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

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TORCH Mortimer Jordaii orris, Alabama Mmt MM X y ■ . LX .h P ' Welcome to the ' 88 TORCH. I am Merlin, your mys- tical guide. I have been sent here to lead you through a journey, the journey of the M.J. student body through yet another MAG- ICAL year. Now that I have been introduced, let us now see what is yet to come: lag s 2-7 Pages B-3i |age$ 4D-B5 Pages 66-71 Pages 72-Bl Pages B2-IB5 MMMMMIIM Pages %-m Page 2DD ttT 4 1 IfQmdarii jDumen The past is definite — unchange- able the future is ours to build and sculpt to our desire. tomorrow, filled with hope, chances, and new memories to be ay s mistal make them tomorrow ' s successes. ixh y ■ X ' ti. CrflTlllM ofc6M.- «_ Mr. and Miss MJHS Michele Thomas Mike Myers Carla Counts 10 Outstanding Leaders The students chosen for the Mr. and Miss MJHS title receive one of the highest honors a student can achieve while in high school. The faculty has the responsibility of choosing Mr. and Miss Mortimer Jordan High School from a ballot of nominees. These students must have the qualities of good character, leadership, scholarship, service and enthusiasm for their school. The young man who was best qualified for Mr. MJHS was Mike Myers. Two young ladies received the highest votes for Miss MJHS. They are Michele Thomas and Carla Counts. Michele Thomas 4 l ' pV Mike Myers Carla Counts 11 The selection of Boys ' State Representatives is based on school service. Each year a faculty committee chooses someone to represent Mortimer Jordan High School in a statewide program. Boys ' State is designed to educate high school students in the privileges and responsibilities of being an American citizen. The representatives actually participate in the functioning of the Government. The representatives this year went to Samford. Those representatives are Steve Hooper, Keith Miller, and Greg Melvin. 12 f Carla Counts YOUTH CONGRESS Dana Sharit Brian Wadsworth The Youth Congress is to acquaint students with the legislative processes. 13 D A R R e P r e s e n t a t 1 V e Angela Moman It is a very high honor for a senior to be chosen as DAR Representative. Due to her service to the school, and her great per- sonality Angela was chosen for this award by her fellow classmates to be the rep- resentative of the Daughters of the Amer- ican Revolution. Angela is very active in school. She is the president of her homeroom, Most Courteous in the Who ' s Who, and also was the 1987-88 Homecoming Queen. Along with area students, Angela, as the DAR Representative will compete for col- lege scholarships based upon personal in- formation regarding school, home and church. School plans are also considered for selection. An essay must also be written for the awarding of the scholarship. It is entitled " Our American Heritage and My Respon- sibility to It. " 14 Dana Sharit Voted on by her fellow students to receive this award Dana shows the qualities of lead- ership, dependability, scholarship, and ser- vice. Her academic achievements and extra- curricular activit ies add to the qualities for this award. Dana enjoys cheerleading and she is head of the Varsity Squad. Her high academic scores placed her as a member of the Honor Society. She was also chosen Most Athletic in the senior Who ' s Who. The Optimist Club Representative also competes with other seniors for scholar- ships. The selection is based upon academic achievements. 40 o t 1 m 1 s t C 1 u b jo L. - ■vv 15 Leading The Way To Success Academic excellence is evident at Mortimer Jordan through the annual selection of the Valedictorian and Salutatorian of the Senior class. These selections are made on the basis of grade point average from grades 9-12. The Valedictorian is chosen as the student who has made a 4.0 grade point average of all A ' s during this period of time. The Salutatorian is chosen as the student who has made below 4.0 but ranks the highest of all the others. In the 1988 graduating class, Baron Worthington was selected as the Valedictorian. Baron actually had a 4.19 average because of his extra quality points he gained from Honors English. The Salutatorian is Mike Myers with a 3.86 average. These students represent the highest evidences of scholastic success at MJ. These students should be commended for their exemplary behavior in " Leading the way to success. " 16 Danny Carroll Se4tia i4 PRE9IDENT9 Billy Martin Angela Moman Baron Worthington I 17 Tiffany McGowan — V.P. « M wm .. .._ ■ - ' 1 , f ' A. _ .1 Regina Cater — V.P. Joseph Willis — V.P. Jacky Kennedy — V.P. Tammy Anderson — Sec. Ricky Graben — Sec. Julie Morris — Sec. Jeff Skinner — Sec. 18 Lee Vaughn — Treas. Barry Burns — Chap. T. W. Grooms — Chap. Sherri Nelson — Chap Chris Abel Frankie Bartlett ' ' . ••;. «ij 1 p 1 B " • -Si ' Bubba Arnold ■ R -19 flHI I 1 k H 1 ■ 1 j l B „; 4 ijp jgyj l ' ' ; ' B;; | •jj jj T - wKm ' .yi y l l Amy Baker Steven Belcher Rcgina Broadwater Kenneth Butler Kristie Campbell Shawn Cato 20 Murray Cost Joe Curry Caria Counts Kandi Dobbs Stephen Counts Frankie Downs Joel Drake Michael Dye Michelle Dykes 21 Michael Easter Toni Elliott Michael Ellison E S 81 HvCH m m " L fN 1 1 % « .. J Beverly Findley Craig Foster Dawn Fuller Donna Goodwin Mike Goodwin John Gospodareck 22 Hy lfl b|HMb - ' Lm 1 B -M B Hfr ' H VC 4k| HH Li g s H - ' . H t N H Mfl 1 ■ i l;i tH J Jamie Greenlee LeAnn Guthrie Gale Hargett Greg Hart Chris Haynes Jim Hazelwood Jerry Hicks Wendell Hogan Steve Hooper 23 i J Kii ' .l 1 Allen James Brent Johnson Jim Johnson Traci Jordan Missy Kennedy Wendy Kimbrell Roger Kirby Keith Lively Christy Lynn 24 Kandi Mann Nancy McAnnally Sena Masters Dennis McBrayer Mandy Maze W-4- j H m i 1 ' mO- H Mll H i bmh 3H Kristy McCarley James McCarty Sidcii? . ' vicCombs Greg Melvin 25 Denise Miller Keith Miller Kenneth Morton Mike Myers Regina Nichols Allen Palmer 26 Michelc Parker Michelle Pittman Mark Pelkey p ' ' ■ mS t m ' Norman Prcstidge Shannon Perkins Jeff Quick David Rielly Johnny Reno Dan Rhodes 27 Mark Rooker Dawn Self Steven Sewell Angle Smith Randall Smith Keith Suddeth 28 Michele Thomas Ginger Thompson Marshall Tomlinson 1 ■■ Hr 5f H W 1 ' y H p 1 , 1h K ' hL - aH i w H m B Kim Trucks Keith Tucker Julie Turner Angela Underwood Jodi Vann Craig Warren 29 Ae sdefc tU uce , , , Right: Senior break- fast is enjoyed by friends. 30 32 x Best Personality Julia Piera and Danny Carrol Best All Around Jerry Hicks and Denise Hicks Most Courteous Angela Moman and Steve Hooper 34 Best Dressed T. W. Grooms and Ansfela Underwood Most Talented Tammy Anderson and Shawn Cato Most Service to School Caria Counts and Michael Easter 35 Most Likely to Succeed Baron Worthinsiton and Micbele Thomas Most Popular Dawn Self and Lee Uausihn Funniest Missy Kennedy and David Rielly 36 Most School Spirit Jacky Kennedy and Tiffany McGowan r Most Athletic Dana Sharit and Frankie Bartlett Best Lookins! Roger Kirby and Re£(ina Broadwater 37 Senior Directory Chris Abel Bradford Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, Jr. and Sr. Math Team, Home- room Officer, Jr. Art Club, Sr. Academic Team. Tammy Anderson Morris Marching Band — Field Captain and Drum Major, Band President, Choir — Pianist, Who ' s Who — Most Talented, Jr. Honor Society, FBLA, M.J. for Christ, Prom Com- mittee, Homeroom Officer, Miss TORCH Finalist. Bubba Arnold Pinson Baseball, FHA, Art Club, Jr. High Football. Amy Baker Smoke Rise Art Club — President, Prom Committee, Miss TORCH Finalist. Frankie Bartlett Kimberly Student Council President, Jr. Honor So- ciety — President, Sr. Honor Society, J- Club, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, FCA, FHA, FBLA, Math Team, Homeroom Officer, Jr. and Var. Bas- ketball, Football, Baseball, Jr. Art Club. Steven Belcher Mt. Olive Auto Mech. Ill Regina Broadwater Morris Who ' s Who — Best Looking, FBLA — Reporter and Parliamentarian, FHA, Jr. and Var. Cheerleader, Homecoming Princess, Homeroom Officer, M.J. for Christ. Barry Burns Morris Baseball, J-Club, FBLA, Homeroom Officer, FHA, Jr. Art Club, Jr. and Var. Football. Kenneth Butler Warrior FBLA, Art Club, FHA. Kristie Campbell Warrior FBLA. Danny Carroll Snow Rogers Senior President, J-Club, Jr. and Var. Bas- ketball, Var. Baseball, Jr. Football, Art Club, FCA, Who ' s Who — Best Personality, FHA, Homeroom Officer. Regina Cater Center Point VICA, FBLA — V.P., Homeroom Officer. Shawn Cato Trafford Jr. Basketball, Jr. Honor Society, Jr. and Sr. Choral, Show Choir, Who ' s Who — Most Talented. Murray Cost Bradford VICA — V.P. Caria Counts Morris M.J. for Christ, Art Club, Usher ' s Club, FBLA — 2nd V.P., Parliamentarian, Pres- ident, Alabama District 5 V.P., Student Council — 1st V.P. and Treasurer, Prom Committee, Miss MJHS, Miss TORCH Fi- nalist, FHA, Who ' s Who — Most Service to School, Library Aide, Jr. Honor Society, Homeroom Officer, Ben Erdrich Youth Con- gress. 38 Stephen Counts Gardendale Jr. Honor Society. Jayson Crane Morris Jr. and Var. Basketball, Jr. Football, FHA, FCA, J-Club, Jr. and Sr. Art Club. Joe Curry Morris FHA, FBLA, Track, Art Club. Kandi Dobbs Mt. Olive Jr. Honor Society, FBLA, FHA, Art Club. Frankie Downs Morris Art Club, 1st Alternate Miss TORCH Pag- eant. Joel Drake Glenwood Sr. Choral, Jr. Basketball, Jr. Art Club, Show Choral. Michael Dye Gardendale Art Club, Mach. Shop. Michelle Dykes Pinson FBLA. Mike Easter Morris FBLA, FHA, Jr. Honor Society, Art Club, Who ' s Who — Most Service to School. Toni Elliott Mt. Olive Band, Concert Band, Choir, FBLA, M.J. for Christ. Michael Ellison Hayden Jr. and Var. Basketball and Football. Beverly Findley Gardendale FBLA, FHA, Homeroom Officer, Who ' s Who Among American High School Stu- dents, M.J. for Christ, Band, Jr. Choral. Kimberly Chaplain, Art Morris Pinson Dawn Fuller FBLA, M.J. for Christ Club, Homeroom Officer. Craig Foster Jr. Art Club, VICA. Donna Goodwin FBLA, FHA. Mike Goodwin Pinson FHA, Art Club, Jr. and Var. Football, Math Team, Sr. Honor Society. John Gospodareck Snow Rogers Jr. and Var. Football, FCA, Golf Team, Track, Jr. Basketball, Homeroom Officer, J- Club — President, FHA, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students. Ricky Graben Kimberly FBLA, FHA, Science Club, Art Club, Jr. and Var. Football, FCA, Track, Jr. Basketball, Homeroom Officer, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, Library Aide, J-Club. Jamie Greenlee Castle Heights Art Club, J-Club, Jr. and Var. Football, FCA, Jr. and Sr. Honor Society, FBLA, Track, Baseball, Library Aide, Science Club, VICA. T. W. Grooms Castledale Art Club, Jr. Football, Jr. and Var. Bas- ketball, Math Team, FHA, FBLA, Jr. Honor Society, Homeroom Officer, Senior Home- room Chaplain, Baseball, TORCH Staff, FCA, J-Club, Who ' s Who — Best Dressed. LeAnn Guthrie Gardendale Jr. Honor Society, FBLA, FHA, Prom Com- mittee. Daryl Handley Westchester Jr. and Var. Football, Baseball, Track, FCA, FHA, Homeroom Officer. Gale Hargett Kimberly FHA, FBLA, Art Club. Greg Hart Gardendale Art Club, FBLA, VICA. Chris Haynes Glennwood Art Club, FBLA. Jim Hazlewood Glennwood Science Club, FBLA, FHA, Art Club. Denise Hicks Bradford Band, Jr. Honor Society, FHA, FBLA, M.J. for Christ, Who ' s Who — Best All Around. Jerry Hicks Bradford Jr. and Var. Football, Track, FCA, Who ' s Who — Best All Around, Art Club, FHA. Wendell Hogan Bradford FBLA, FCA, FHA, Jr. and Var. Football, Track, Art Club. ! Steve Hooper Hopewell ( Jr. Honor Society, FBLA, Track, Boys State Rep. Brent Johnson Morris VICA. Jim Johnson Glennwood Math Team, Academic Team, Art Club. Traci Jordan Crosston Jr. and Sr. Honor Society, Jr. and Sr. Cho- ral, Girls Choral, Prom Committee, Who ' s Who Among American High School Stu- dents. Jacky Kennedy Morris FCA, FHA, Jr. and Var. Football, Track, Homeroom Officer, Who ' s Who — Most School Spirit, J-Club, Art Club, Science Club. Missy Kennedy Snow Rogers FBLA, FHA — Treasurer, M.J. for Christ, Art Club, Who ' s Who — Most Wittiest. Wendy Kimbrell Crosston M.J. for Christ, Art Club, FBLA, Math Team, Homeroom Officer. Roger Kirby Mt. Olive Sr. Honor Society, Who ' s Who — Best Looking, Art Club, FBLA, FHA, Jr. Bas- ketball, Track. Keith Lively Morris VICA. Christy Lynn Bradford M.J. for Christ, Science Club, Art Club — Chaplain, V.P., FHA, FBLA, Tract, Home- room Officer. Kandi Mann Fultondale FBLA, FHA, Art Club, M.J. for Christ, Prom Committee, Science Club. Billy Martin Mt. Olive Jr. and Var. Football, Golf Team, FCA, J- Club, Jr. Basketball, FHA, FBLA, Senior Homeroom President, Track. Sena Masters New Castle FHA, HOE, HOSA, Art Club, M.J. for Christ, FBLA, Science Club. Mandy Maze Morris FBLA — Reporter, FHA, M.J. for Christ, Prom Committee, Art Club, Homeroom Of- ficer. Nancy Michaelle McAnnally Kimberly TORCH Staff, Jr. Honor Society, Jr. Cho- ral, Track, Miss TORCH Finalist, FBLA, Prom Committee. Dennis McBrayer Morris Kristy McCarley Glennwood M.J. for Christ, Band — Section Leader, Concert Band, Math Team, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, Prom Committee, FBLA. James McCarty Morris Art Club, Auto Mechanics. Stacie McCombs Glennwood FBLA, Band, Concert Band, M.J. for Christ, FHA, Art Club — Chaplain. Tiffany McGowan Morris Jr. and Var. Cheerleader, M.J. for Christ, FHA, FBLA — 2nd V.P., Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, Choral, Homeroom Officer, Track, Who ' s Who — Most School Spirit. Greg Melvin Hopewell Jr. Honor Society, Track, Ushers Club — Head Boy Usher, Student Council — V.P., -Boys ' State Representative. J. Keith Miller Morris Jr. and Var. Football, Jr. Basketball, Track, Art Club, FCA, Homeroom Officer, M.J. for Christ, Boys ' State Representative, Jr. Hon- or Society. Angela Moman Morris Student Council — 2nd V.P., FBLA, Home- coming Queen, Usher ' s Club — Head Girl Usher, DAR Representative, Jr. Honor So- ciety — Secretary, M.J. for Christ, Who ' s Who Among American High School Stu- dents, Who ' s Who — Most Courteous, Jr. Cheerleader, Miss TORCH Finalist, Choral — Secretary, Senior President. ' Kenneth Morton Bradford J-Club, FCA, M.J. for Christ, Baseball, Jr. land Var. Football, Jr. Basketball, Top 5% of Class, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students. IJulie Morris Warrior Jr. and Var. Cheerleader, Art Club, Student Council — Sec, FBLA — Sec, Homeroom Officer, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, Prom Committee, Hugh O ' Brian Representative, M.J. for Christ. Sherri Mosley Morris FHA, Choral, FBLA, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, Art Club, Jr. Honor Society. Jennifer Mount Morris Band — Field Captain, Section Leader, Concert Band, M.J. for Christ, Band ' s Best Senior, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, Choral, All State Choral. Cherry Murphy Glennwood FBLA, FHA, M.J. for Christ, Art Club, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, Track. Mike Myers Morris Jr. and Var. Basketball, Var. Baseball, J- Club, Jr. Honor Society — V.P., Mr. MJHS, FCA, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, Math Team, Salutatorian. Sherri L. Nelson Kimberly Jr. and Var. Cheerleader, FHA — Sec, M.J. for Christ, Track, FBLA — V.P., Prom Committee, Homeroom Officer, Art Club, Miss TORCH Finalist. Regina Nichols Kimberly FBLA, Jr. Honor Society, FHA, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students. Allen Palmer Morris Art Club, M.J. for Christ, VICA, FHA. Michele Parker Kimberly Mark Pelkey Mt. Olive Track, FBLA. Shannon Perkins Morris FHA, FBLA. Julia Piera Mt. Olive Homeroom Officer, Who ' s Who — Best Personality, Foreign Exchange Student. Michelle Pittman Gardendale Band — Section Leader, Concert Band, FHA, FBLA, Track. Norman Prestidge Morris Art Club, Auto Mech. Jeff Quick Smokerise Jr. Football and Basketball, Track, FHA, FBLA, Art Club. Chuck Reed Gardendale Jr. Football and Basketball, Art Club, Car- pentry. David Reilly Bradford Jr. and Var. Football, Art Club, Who ' s Who — Wittiest. Johnny Reno Morris FHA, HOSA, HOE. Dan Rhoades Gardendale Art Club. Mark Rooker Haig Golf Team, Art Club. Elizabeth Dawn Self Pinson M.J. for Christ, Homeroom Officer, FHA, Homecoming Princess, FBLA, Var. Cheer- leader, Who ' s Who — Most Popular. Steven Sewell Castle Heights VICA. Dana Christine Sharit Happy Top Jr. and Sr. Honor Society, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, Who ' s Who — Most Athletic, FBLA, Math Team, Art Club, M.J. for Christ, Jr. and Var. (Head) Cheerleader, Track, Prom Committee, Library Aide, Homeroom Of- ficer. Brenda Singleton Castle Heights Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, Cosmetologist, FBLA. Jeff H. Skinner Castle Heights Jr. and Var. Basketball, Jr. Football, Art Club, Jr. Honor Society, FCA, Homeroom Officer, Prom Committee, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, J- Club, Track, FBLA, Library Aide. Kirk Sloan Kimberly Jr. Football, Shop. Angela Smith Kimberly Var. Cheerleader, FBLA, Band, M.J. for Christ. Randal Smith Gardendale Choral, FBLA. Keith Suddeth Warrior Usher ' s Club, Art Club. Leslie Michele Thomas Crosston TORCH Staff — Editor, Jr. and Var. Cheer- leader, Miss MJHS, Who ' s Who — Most Likely to Succeed, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, Sr. and Jr. Honor Society, Homeroom Officer, Top 5% of Class, M.J. for Christ. Ginger Renae Thompson Pinson Miss TORCH, Art Club, FBLA, Jr. Cheer- leader, FHA. Marshall Dan Tredwel Tomlinson Morris Art Club, Golf Team. Kimberly Ann Trucks Gardendale FBLA, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students. Keith Tucker Kimberly Julie Anna Turner Mt. Olive TORCH Staff, Jr. Honor Society, Home- room Officer, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, Track, FBLA — 2nd V.P., FHA. Angela Underwood Morris Var. Cheerleader, Who ' s Who — Best Dressed, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, FHA, FBLA — Reporter, M.J. for Christ. Melissa Lynn Vance Warrior Sr. Honor Society, Homeroom Officer, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, Academic Team, Sr. Choral. Jodi Vann Morris Band, FBLA, M.J. for Christ, HOE. Claudis Lee Vaughn Bradford Jr. and Var. Basketball, Jr. Football, Art Club, FCA, Jr. Honor Society, Homeroom Officer, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, J-Club, Track, Usher ' s Club. Craig Daniel Warren Bradford Art Club. Joseph Willis Morris Jr. and Var. Football, Golf Team, Prom Committee, Homeroom Officer, FCA, J- Club, Art Club. Angle Womack Morris FBLA, Homeroom Officer, Sr. Choral. William Baron Worthington Sardis Valedictorian, Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, Who ' s Who — Most Likely To Succeed, Homeroom Officer, Se- nior President, Math Team, Academic Team — Captain, Jr. and Sr. Honor Society — President, Jr. and Var. Basketball, Top 5% of Class, Prom Committee. 39 40 Scott Gurley Carolyn Haupt Michael Hays Jason Heath Tammi Helm Elizabeth Henry Stacy Hill Tonya Hogan Robbin Hogeland Karen James Brooke Jones Tommy Keel Todd Keeney Laura Kilgore Jayson Leipert Shane Littrell April Loggins Kelli Long Trina Lucas Sonya Lynn Darryl Maddox Timia Marques Brian Mayfield Brian McAnnally Terra McAnnally Mellany McCartt Steve McCombs Cherie Morton Christy Mosley Sarah Mosley Jennifer Nail Karen Nail Paul Nail Marc Neely David Oden Robert Palmer Lee Pate Denise Pearson Derek Prince Allex Quick Bobbie Jo Ransum Kim Reno 43 CLASS OF ' 89 Kelly Rogers Shawn Sharitt Kelly Shaw Alex Sims Scott C. Smith Scott L. Smith Amy Stacks Tina Stubbs Vicky Sutton Judd Taylor Gary Timms Shannon Trammell Andy Underwood Brian Wadsworth Lance Walters Angie Weems Tomie Ann Willis Chris Wilson Jeff Wilson Joy Wilson Scott Wood Kim Yeager Kelly Young NOT PICTURED Amy Bibb Rachel Fields Joseph Ingram Allen James Billy Mikel John Parsons Monica Sanders Tim Wooten 44 45 Ken Elkins Robyn Ennis Terry Pendley Lisa Fields Ginny Florence Michael Foster Clint Gilley Ricky Glaze Tommy Glenn Chris Gohn Wendy Gohn Time Goodwin John Gray Jeromy Guthrie Rachel Hallmark Brannon Hammick Charity Hardiman Melissa Hayes Andy Heis Molly Heis Christy Houston Wendell Johnson Deborah Joyner Jason Keith Matt Kennamer Steve Kilgore Wesley Kilgore Scott King Adam Knox Jane Ledbetter Chuck Lewis Julie Lewis Sherry Lucas Owen Lynn Mirabell Manalang Warren Marsh Scott Matthews Anne McCormick James McGill Tabitha McGowan Troy McGraw Brian McMinn 47 CLASS OF ' 90 Gina McMurrey Keith Meadows Steve Melvin Teresa Miller Jennifer Mize Julie Moore Terry Morton Deanna Mosley Pam Mosley Jason Motte Sharon Murphy Bryan Neely John Noblitt Corey Parvin Cary Perkins Steve Powell Cory Reno Michael Reno Tracy Reno Penelope Rhoades Tracy Rickles Tamie Roberts Lisa Russell Cynita Sanders Cherry Schmid Tabitha Sciortina Holly Self Chris Sharit Robbie Simpson Tammie Sloan Craig Smith Joseph Smith Robert Smith Donna Sprague Bill Stevens David Suddeth Troy Sullivan Lynwood Taylor David Tillery Rapdy Timms Karen Tucker Jerry Turner 48 Tonya Tyler Gene Underwood Neal Underwood Mark Valentine Jeff Vaughn Steve Warren Vanessa Whaley Jeff Williams Michelle Wood Wendy Wood Blair Worthington A W C l n A ' -iil B H H □ ChwvpiQr,s 1987 ■ Mt j| NOT PICTURED Mona Atchley Steve Mahaffey Jeff McMurray Terry Patterson Lisa Pitts 49 Wendi Alexander Kelley Allen April Alvis Karen Baggett Lisa Baird Susan Barnett Jo nathan Belcher Jammie Bradford Chris Brown Amy Burchfield Andy Burns Jeff Chandler Rhonda Chandler Terri Chatham Stephanie Childers FRESHMEN Chris Crawford Wayne Crow Kim Dake Mike Davenport Chris Davis Tonya Doss Keri Drain Kaye Edwards Jerry Ehl Joey Fine Tina L. Goodwin Tina M. Goodwin Amy Graham Windy Graham Kim Green Wendy Gwin Rebecca Hanson Phillip Harris Matthew Hayes Brent Hays Heath Hays Steve Hays Wesley Higginbotham Dawn Hill Bryan Hill Lara Hill Gerald Hodges Leah Horton Daniel Howard Arnie Howard Lesley Howard Dorita Jolly John Jones Leigh Ann Jones John Kennedy Kim Kilgore Michelle Layne Mark Lee Shawn Leslie Tracey Lively Angela Logan Lisa Maddox Brian Malone Tia Marie Mark Mayes Michael McCarty Matthew McCay Greg McGraw Jennifer Melvin Tonya Miller Billy Mitchell Christy Moody 51 Tammy Mosley Keith Muscgrove Jeff Myers Lisa Myrick Melinda Nail Patricia Nail Gloria Nichols Joy Nichols Frankie Odom Anita Pharris Amanda Powell Gary Price Alisha Prince Amy Quick Alisa Ragland LuAnn Reynolds Jason Robb Scott Rocket Rebecca Rooker David Salters Terry Scott Brian Sharp Billy Shoults Carrie Sides Bobby Smith Dawn Sorsby Melissa Sprague Jason Stacks Jeff Thomas Mark ToUeson Sonya Tucker Christy Underwood Steven Underwood Kevin Webster Renee Whatley Charlotte White Lonnie Wiggins Tracie Willis 52 53 s 54 David Anderson Doug Arnold Joanna Baggett Terri Barnett April Bibb James Blackmon Stacey Blythe Chris Bradford Jimmy Bullock Stacy Caldwell Julie Chandler Jeff Claiborne Melissa Cox Beth Crane Steve Creel Eric Davis Tim Densmore Valerie Densmore Joseph Dodson Lawanna Doss Stephen Dollar Nick Fagan Michael Farley Angle Foster Joshua Freeman Regina Fulmer Jammie Gay Valinda Gipson Tammy Glass Cori Gohn Angie Gowins Tammy Graves Grace Grimes Robert Hallmark Brian Handley Blake Handley Tracy Hayes Joshua Haynes Michael Hays Jennifer Henley Kristi Holt Heath Horton Scott Isbell Stacey Jackson Felicia Johnson Christopher Jones Cindy Jones Charlotte Kennedy Sallie Kennedy Kurtis King Jessie Kyzer Jennifer Ledbetter Julie Ledbetter Daphne Lee Billy Lewis Brian Limbaugh Lawrence Lovoy April Lucas Rodney Lyford Michael Mahon Chris Marsh Jonathan Maze Carmen McAnnally Eric McCay Cathy McCombs Angela McGaughy Shawn McJohnston Jerrod McKeever Steven Melvin Susan Melvin Stanley Merrell Shannon Miller 55 Michael Millwood Andy Morris Karmen Morton Staci Mosley Sonya Murray Brandi Neal Joshua Neely Stacey Neely Sandy Nelson Debra Padgett Wendy Paschal Marcia Pendley Debbie Pharris Michele Piersol Michael Reese Robert Reid Johnny Reno Julie Reno Kristy Revels Amanda Richey Candie Roberts Wesley Roberts Jennifer Russell Willa Sanders Chris Sharit Tracy Skinner LaShawn Sloan Douglas Smith Rick Smith Shannon Smothers Dedra Spiegel Tami Stubbs Robby Tanner Stacy Tatum Heather Thomas Stacy Underwood Rush Valenta Jeff White Patricia Williams Terri Williams Layne Wood Jennifer Worsham 56 Donnie Wyatt Patrick Yessick Class of ' 92 NOT PICTURED: Scott Blankenship Micha el Coalburn Marcus Hamiliton Johnna Mahaffey 57 Angela Glenn Jeremiah Gohn Eddie Gooch Byron Green Chuck Green Chuck Guthrie Stephen Hall Carrie Hargett Johnny Hayes Melanie Hayes Michael Hays Trent Hays Ellery Heis Urry Hill Brad HoUifield Kyle Hooper Alan Horton Eric Houston Rebecca Jackson Larry Jackson Angela Jones Ryan Jones Steven Jones Craig Kanaday Matt Keeney Sarah Keeney Rebecca Kimbrell Jason Ledlow Patrick Logan Shannon Lynn Arthur Marie Shawn Maze Kristy McAnnally Brandie McCain Jeremy McCombs John McCombs Penny McCurry Malisia Melvin Vanessa Melvin Chasity Miller David Murray Ricky Nash 59 CLASS OF ' 93 Freddie Nasser Chris Neely Raymond Neely Paul Nicholas Ricky Page Jennifer Parker Wendy Parmer Joel Parrish Casey Parvin Brian Pharris Steve Reid Kristie Reno Tracy Revels Chris Rickles Brian Robb Willie Sanders James Savage Michael Savage Jeff Sewell Karen Sharitt Jason Smith Jeremy Smith Renea Smith Stacy Standridge Katrina Tanner Christie Thomas Lisa Timms Tyler Trapp Tim Trowbridge Jeff Tyler Jennifer Varden Michael Wade Baron Weber Joy Whitt Charlotte Wilbert Kent Williams Rickey Wilson David Wood m a NOT PICTURED Wendy Reno 60 61 X C«fr6M,. 4_ FACULTY P r 1 n c 1 P a 1 ■ m A s s i s t a n t P r i n c i P a 1 Mr. Jimmie Trotter Mr. Mark Merritt o f f 1 c e P e r s o n n e 1 Mrs. Josephine Allison Mrs. Betty Thompson J r. H i S h C o u n s e I o r S r. H i g h c o u n s e 1 o r Mrs. Carolyn Hardy Mrs. Clarice Fuller 64 Mr. Allen Bailey Band and Choral Mrs. Elizabeth Arnold Ninth Grade Math Ii L ' - i • 1 k W 9. • y , ■k • ml ■i if r feLl 1 Miss Jetta Bradley Biology Mrs. Carrolle Caldwell Special Education i Miss Esther Cameron Special Education Mrs. Paulette Campbell Seventh Grade English Mr. Phillip Collie Physical Education 65 Mrs. Teresa Cook Special Education Mrs. Rosemary Glaze Home Economics Mrs. Jean Hicks Spanish and English Mr. Wayne Counts American History Miss Kathy Davis Alg. II, Geometry, and Math 10 Mrs. Mary Hall Sophomore English Mr. Randy Hays Alabama History Mrs. Kathye Hillis Physical Education 66 r 3 ■g " - !?—— ■ 1 1 j P« M 1 ' MT " ■1 r 1 Mrs. Brenda Holmes Business Education Mrs. Sharon Howzc Social Studies Mr. Steve Mosley General Science Mr. Frank Ingram Science Mrs. Mickie Nail Senior English Mr. Charles London Driver Education Ms. Lindanne Phillips Art Mr. Alan Pruden Alg. I, Physics, Chemistry, Trig. Mr. Charles Rea Social Studies Mr. Russell Rosser Math 67 Mrs. Sue Smith Eighth Grade English Miss Jo Stojcich Seventh Grade Science Mr. David Todd Physical Education I ■1 1 ■ ' ikbMiiM , Mrs. Wynema Vogel Business Education Mrs. Alice West Junior English Mr. Warren Wilson Government Mr. Glenn Woodruff Health 68 c u s t o d 1 a n C u s t o d i a n Mr. Milton Doss L u n c h r o o m B u s S t a f f D r i V e r s 69 Hugh O ' Brian Lisa Russell has been selected as the Hugh O ' Brian Youth Foundation repre- sentative for Mortimer Jordan. Lisa was also selected earlier in the year for Youth Leadership Foundation. Lisa maintains a 4.0 grade point average in her academic studies. Christy Allison was a Hugh O ' Brian applicant for Mortimer Jordan. Christy is very active in school extra curricular ac- tivities. She maintains a 4.0 grade point average in her academic studies. 70 Hugh O ' Brian David Tillery was a Hugh O ' Brian ap- plicant for Mortimer Jordan. David is a I member of the M.J. For Christ. David . ' maintains a 4.0 grade point average. Hugh O ' Brian is a widely acclaimed program for Sophomores. Each year an annual expense-paid State and Interna- tional Leadership Seminar on a variety of critical and current topics, HOBY has helped to motivate tens of thousands of young people to realize their leadership potential. 71 72 BIG Step Graduation is one of the major milestones in a young person ' s life. It marks the end of many years of study and opens a whole new chapter in a person ' s life. The future for a new graduate is bright but scary. There are many decisions to be made: whether to further education by attending college, where to go, where to live, and most important where the money will come from For the seniors at M.J. as well as all graduating seniors it is a BIG step. To leave friends and go to a strange place is not a comforting thought, but with time everything will fall into place. It will be exciting and challenging to go out everyday and not know what to expect. The responsibility will be very demanding, and it will cause many to mature rapidly. Though growing up will bring about many changes the class of ' 88 will never forget the cherished memories they share. The memories of high school years will always be kept close to the heart. All the good times and friends that were made will never be forgotten. Julie Turner 74 Powers, Pressures, and Individuality By: Michele Thomas High school students in today ' s society face more peer pressure than teenagers in the past. The pressures have always been there, but the amount and types of pressure have increased over the years. The types of pressures change, but the problem remains the same. Teenagers more than any other group need to be accepted by their peers. They want to be like everybody else. However, teenagers should be told and encouraged to be their own person. If they have morals and beliefs they were brought up with, they should continue to stand up for as well as believe in them even though their parents ' guiding hand may not be as dominant in their lives at that age. Being a teenager is a challenge in itself. Teenagers are faced with new and exciting op- portunities of life. They have new responsibilities placed upon them and they begin to see that there ' s more out there in the world than just their small town. They meet new people and discover new things and activities. Almost all teenagers are offered some type of drug or alcohol. The availability of drugs and alcohol to teenagers is almost astounding. Drugs can be bought from people they know or from total strangers on the streets. Alcohol can be bought at various businesses who either ignore state policies or just don ' t check for an l.D. If a teenager looks twenty-one, he or she could probably purchase alcoholic beverages — no questions asked. Even though teenagers are offered these things they should be encouraged by teachers, parents and especially by their friends to stand up for what they believe in and especially to be an individual, not just one of the crowd. A positive note to this story is that the drug and alcohol problem at our high school is not as intense as it is at other schools in the Birmingham area. Maybe it ' s because of the small town atmosphere and caring parents of our community. 75 By: Kelly Rogers and Tara Campbell Julia Piera is from Madrid, Spain. She is very interested in Football games, cheerleaders, and pep rallies because in Spain they have no extra-curricular activities for students. At her school in Spain they had two hours for lunch and a nap, so naturally her biggest adjustment here was to eat lunch in twenty minutes. Her favorite American food is cinnamon rolls! Julia ' s fondest memory thus far is her trip to Florida over Thanksgiving holidays. She enjoyed spending time on the beach and eating a big Thanksgiving dinner. Julia was amazed at the time Americans spend in their cars, especially eating and drinking. In Spain no one eats in their car. She calls it a " second home. " She has enjoyed staying in Alabama, and hopes to visit New York, Washington, D.C. and the beach. Mirabel Manalang is from Manila, Philippines, and her native language is Tagalog. In her school, she worked on the school paper and as a secretary of her class. She was also a member of the choir and Science Club. She found American high schools to be very different. In Manila, she attended a private Catholic School which was directed by nuns. They were required to wear uniforms and attend classes from 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Upon coming to America, Mirabel found it difficult to adjust to living in the country. She was used to seeing houses close together with no yards and seeing lots of traffic. Mirabel enjoys school here because classes are not restricted to those of the same age. The American custom she found most interesting was Thanksgiving. When Mirabel returns to the Philippines, she would like to take with her a southern accent. Timia Marques is from Sao Paulo, Brazil, and she speaks Portuguese. In her home school, she was an active member of the theater and swim team. Her favorite American food is cheese cake, and she loves American music. She found it very unusual for boys to carry combs in their back pockets here in America. Timia comes from a big city, and on weekends teenagers like to go dancing. She would like to travel more in the United States and work as a doctor in a hospital. At her home school, the teachers change rooms, and there are no football games or cheerleaders. Timia was impressed with the way Americans give personal compliments to each other. In Brazil, people greet one another with a kiss, and Timia would like to pass this custom on to you. 7Uutccf - Seiieote t 0% " Hot A Look At Tabloids Tabloids. Full of garbage. Why do people read them? Better yet, why do people write them? Maybe it ' s for money. Maybe it ' s for laughs. Who knows? But they are out there with their crazy headlines and insane stories. Let ' s look at a few: Lost and Lonely Lost and lonely, hunter, T. W. Grooms miraculously survived two frigid weeks in the wilderness of Sardis. He managed to survive on the raw rabbit and squirrel he shot. He had only been able to start two small fires the whole time he was lost. The fires didn ' t do much good, though, since it rained everyday. Finally, two hikers, Michelle Thomas and her boyfriend, discovered T.W. and brought him two miles back to his home in Morris. Foot-Long Cockroaches Students at a Mortimer Jordan High School football game were suddenly frightened by giant cockroaches. The cockroaches had escaped a nearby laboratory where experiments had been per- formed on them. The cockroaches were actually 12 inches long. Christy Allison, a cheerleader for MJ, claims that the cockroaches took the ball from the opponents and, while running over the team, scored an amazing touchdown. Tomie Ann Willis, a French Horn player for the MJ band, stated that she would like to catch a few and send them to Troy State so they can, as she says, " Whup Troy! " Student Gets Mouthful Jason Anderson, a student at MJ, was very offended when he thought his Geometry teacher was going to give him a B in that class. Jason is a straight A student and didn ' t think he deserved a B, so when his teacher was explaining his grade to him, he bit off her finger. Jason may be charged with assault and battery. Turns out, though, that Jason has his A as usual anyway. Although, he still thinks the bite was worth it. Moon Property Bargain Real estate agent, John Franks, is selling 5-acre lots on the moon for $24.95 a piece. He says that there aren ' t many modern con- veniences and the nearest shopping mall is 238,000 miles away, but the view and the price more than compensate. So far John has sold deeds to more than 40 acres of moon property through his Lunar Land Company. Alias: David Lee Roth Julie Turner, a student at MJ claims that she is actually David Lee Roth, " I was tired of being drug through a ' life in the fast lane ' , " says Julie. She finally decided to hide out at MJ as a crazy blonde on the Annual staff. Julie says she is happy there and she loves her new life. Teacher Disappears On Wednesday, December 2, Ms. Lindanne Phillips, a teacher at MJ disappeared. She was last seen in a nearby jewelry store looking at a " tennis bracelet " she had idolized for months. The jewelry store closed early because of a weather report of snow and ice that day. The weather report was correct. The next day it snowed and the roads were icy. The jewelry store, therefore, was closed. After three days of snow and ice, no one had seen nor heard of Mrs. P. again. Two of her students, Tara Campbell and Kelly Rogers, began to get worried after she missed her ap- pointment with them on Dec. 5. So after the weather cleared up, they decided to investigate. Kelly and Tara went back to the jewelry store and there was Ms. P., trapped inside. When the announcement had been made that the store would be closing, she had apparently been in the bathroom and didn ' t hear it. Then when she tried to get out,the door was jammed. When she finally got out of the bathroom, the place was empty and the doors locked. She was trapped. Today, all ' s well with Ms. P. and she finally got the " tennis bracelet " she had always wanted. Who knows why people read tabloids, or why some write them. All 1 know is that with all that absurdity, you may luck up and find some humor, once in a while. 78 WHAT ' S THE PURPOSE? Since the beginning of time, students have asked the same questions about going to school. So, in an effort to enlighten you, the student, we here at the staff have picked out some of those most common questions to answer simply, yet accurately. Question: Why do we go to school in the first place? Question: Why do we have to take semester exams? Question: Why is the lunchroom food so yucky? Question: Why do we have to take P.E.? Answer: Simple. It ' s part of a huge Communist plot. The Russians plan to desensitize the leaders of tomorrow by forcing them to go through the mind-numbing grammar school-high school experience. The television show " Sesame Street " is also part of this plot. Answer: The board of education has a deal with several local hospitals and they get extra money if a student passes out from stress. Answer: Don ' t hold it against the lunchroom workers if you don ' t like the food. They have to come to school at 3:00 A.M. to hunt and kill whatever they ' re going to fix for lunch. It just so happens that there are a lot of pizzas and french fries roaming around in the woods near the school at 3:00 A.M. Answer: Of course, many enjoy taking P.E., but the basic reason we take it remains the same: the school needs cheap labor to clean and jisum the gym. If it wasn ' t for students, the school would have to pay people to do that. Question: Why would anyone want to be a teacher, anyway? Answer: Scientific studies have shown that people who are teachers and people who want to be teachers have a tiny part of their brain missing. And it is this part of the brain that gives a person desire to make a lot of money at his job. 79 cuuC Christmas is always an exciting season but this year it was filled with even more excitement for Mortimer Jordan ' s Varsity Cheerleaders. For the first time in the history of Mortimer Jordan the cheerleaders were to compete in the National Cheerleading Competition sponsored by the National Cheerleaders Association. The competition was to be held in Dallas, Texas December 26 thru December 18. The Cheerleaders began preparing in October. The girls worked hard in their fund raising efforts. They bombarded the community with doughnuts, and donation tickets on a fishing rod and reel. Car washes and yard sales were held, too. All proceeds were going toward this important trip. And thanks to the loyal supporters — the faculty, students and the M.J. community — you made a dream come true. At the stroke of midnight on December 25th eleven Mortimer Jordan Varsity Cheerleaders, Mr. and Mrs. Hillis, and thirteen parents and relatives boarded a chartered bus headed for the " BIG D. " The long, twelve hour journey was filled with laughter, chatter, games and a little sleep. The group arrived at their hotel, the Dallas Sheraton, around noon Saturday, December 26th which was the beginning of three busy but fun-filled days. The days began early to allow time for practice, competition, and some site-seeing. One evening the excitement of this big city beckoned these explorers to dine at the renown Palm Restaurant where a plate of hot potato chips cost $3.50. The day of competition finally arrived. This was a day that many hours of planning and preparation went into for this year ' s event. The judges saw 344 squads from across the United States all vying for National titles in five categories. The Dallas Convention Center Arena was filled with cheerleaders, spectators, judges, and a lot of tension. Finally at 11:00 a.m. the moment everyone had been waiting on finally arrived. Each girl put her all into the routine knowing that the squad had the honor of being one of three groups representing Jefferson County but most of all they were representing Mortimer Jordan High School. What a great honor! You made a dream become reality. 80 9Insic + 9Iagie= MICKEY By: Tomie Ann Willis Last spring the Mortimer Jordan Jammin ' Blue Devil Band was chosen by a taped audition to participate in Walt Disney World ' s " Magic Music Days " band competition held in Orlando, Florida. The band enjoyed four sensational days at Walt Disney World with unlimited access to the Magic Kingdom and EPCOT Center. At Walt Disney World the band participated in two marching com- petitions, the freestyle competition and the parade competition. At EPCOT Center the band presented its 1986 field show entitled " Beach Party " complete with sharks, surfboards, and beachballs. And the band marched down Main Street, U.S.A. in the traditional Magic Kingdom Parade. All of the hard work that was put into the competition paid off when the Jammin ' Blue Devil Band received a second place Silver Trophy at the awards ceremony. The band was not only involved in competition during its stay, but the members also enjoyed the rides, especially Space Mountain, the light shows and fireworks, and of course Mickey Mouse. (With whom the band ' s picture was made.) When they loaded the Greyhound buses for the L-O-N- G ride home, it was certain that the 1986-87 Jammin ' Blue Devil Band ' s MAGIC MUSICAL memories would linger for quite a long while. 81 : V X " 11 Left to Right: Secretary: Julie Morris, Parliamentarian: Regina Broadwater, Reporter: Angela Underwood, Vice-President: Sherri Nelson, Presiden) Carla Counts, Treasurer: Regina Cater, Secretary: Mandy Maze, Kelly Long. s E N I O R S 84 1st: Christy Lynn, Angela Underwood, LeighAnne Guthrie, Kristy Campbell, Kandi Dobbs, Regina Cater, Kristy McCarley, Kim Trucks, Angel; Moman, 2nd: Angle Womack, Beverly Findley, Julie Morris, Wendy Kimbrell, Gale Hargett, Tiffany McGowan, Missy Kennedy, Dawn Self, Donn; Goodwin, Regina Broadwater 3rd: Carla Counts, Mandy Maze, Stacie McCombs, Cherry Murphy, Sherri Nelson 4th: Frankie Bartlett, T W Grooms, Billy Martin, Ricky Graben, Joe Curry, Steve Hooper THE F.B.L.A. t: Tammy Helm, Meredith Crane, Joy Wilson, Carolyn Haupt, Sonya Lynn, Amy Bibb, Amy Stacks, Angle Weems, Mon ica Sanders 2nd: Charlotte aves, Vicki Sutton, Stacie Hill, Cherie Morton, Karen Nail, Kim Reno, Tina Stubbs, Jennifer Nail, Kelli Long, Bobbin Hogeland 3rd: Kendra own, Russell Fulmer, Jason Leipert, Michael Davis, Scott Smith :: Jane Ledbctter, Trina Lucas, Julie Blackmon, Lisa Fields, Sharon Murphy, Christy Allison, Tara Davis. Tabitha McGowan, Vanessa Whaley, Penelope oades 2nd: Robyn Ennis, Tammy Sloan. Karen Tucker, Jennifer Mize, Patti Adams. Cherry Schmid, Stacy Arnold, Anne McCormick. Christi Chalmers 3rd: anna Mosley. Pam Mosley, Charity Hardiman, Rachel Hallmark, Wendy Gohn, Anita Sanders, Blair Worthington, Molly Heis. Wendy Brooks. Deborah ner. Dionne Browning 4th: Susan Clark. Jennifer Beasley. Tanya Adcock. Christy Houston, Wanda Campbell. Michelle Wood, Craig Smith 5th: Steve gore, Mark Valentine, Chris Gohn, Kenneth Armstrong, Chuck Lewis, Troy McGraw, Andy Heis, Randy Biles, Steve Warren, Jeff Vaughn J u N I O R S s o p H O M O R E S 85 ACTIVITIES OF Stacy Arnold, Caria Counts, and Tara Davis were representatives at the F.B.L.A. Lead- Winners ot F.B.L.A. Contest: Sonya Tucker, Anne McCormick, Chuck Lewis, ership Conference held in Louisville, Kentucky. Kristy McCarley, Karen Nail. 86 THE F.B.L.A. { . f " CAREER FAIR " DAY Students listen to learn about the career of their interest. The F.B.L.A., Future Business Leaders of America, is the National Pro- essional Student Organization for all Vocational Business students. Its purpose s to make the business education curriculum come alive with practical ex- erience, friendly competition, and active participation. These events are esigned to contribute to the personal and professional growth of each in- ividual in the F.B.L.A.. The Mortime Jordan High School Chapter was elected to host the District V Competition which involves all of the Jefferson ICounty High Schools and all high schools in East Central Alabama. This Competition awarded Carla Counts District V Vice President. Also, in July at [Anaheim, California, the Mortimer Jordan F.B.L.A. Chapter 1395 won the OLD SEAL NATIONAL MERIT AWARD for participation as an outstanding Chapter in Alabama and at National Level. This was also attended by Carla Counts and Brenda Holmes, advisor. L 87 Senior Honor Society Members of the Senior Honor Society are the academic achievers of the Senior Class. All mem- bers must maintain a 3.5 average. President: Baron Worthington Vice President: Roger Kirby Secretary: Dana Sharit Members of the Senior Honor Society are: Dana Sharit, Melissa Vance. Traci Jordan, Frankie Bartlett, Roger Kirby, B aron Worthington, Jamie Greenlee. 88 Junior Honor Society Front Row: Tara Campbell, Cherry Schmid, Tabitha McGowan, Christy Allison. Second Row: Kelly Rogers, April Loggins, Karen James, Sarah Mosley, Karen Nail, Kelli Long. Third Row: Tomie Ann Willis, Tanya Adcock, Wendy Gohn, Kim Yeager. Fourth Row: Steve Kilgore, David Tillery, Kim Reno, Lee Pate. Fifth Row: Lisa Fields, Christy Mosley, Brian McAnnally, Brian Mayfield, Todd Keeney. Sixth Row: Michael Brannon, Brian McMinn, Michael Hays, Jason Heath. Seventh Row: Brian Wadsworth, Robert Palmer, Craig Brasher. Eighth Row: Marc Neely, Derek Prince, Roger Gooch, Jason Keith. The Junior Honor Society is one of the highest honors that can be attained by a Sophomore or Junior. It ' s main purposes are to instill high ideals in it ' s members and to promote trustworthy leadership. Like the Senior Honor Society, students can be selected for membership in the Junior Honor Society by a teacher ' s vote. The students chosen also show exceptional character as well as out- standing scholarship. The Junior Honor Society also participates in the tap- ping of new members and encourages academic success among junior high students. President: Jason Anderson Vice President: Kelly Rogers Secretary: Tomie Ann Willis 89 I Academic Team Pictured above left to right: front row: David Tillery, Christy Allison, Melissa Vance, Kelly Rogers. Back row: Brian McAnnally, Jim Johnson, Baron Worthington, Jason Anderson, and Chris Able. The Academic Team represents Mortimer Jordan in competitions. The team attends meets and answers questions for points. This Team is sponsored by Miss Davis and Mr. Pruden. 90 THE USHERS CLUB ■Hi ■ The members of the Ushers Club arc chosen by the faculty and serve as es- corts at different points in the school year. They begin their duties on the open- ing day of school by standing in different areas of the school and giving directions to students who have lost their way. Their job continues on through the year by handing out programs at special as- semblies held at different times during the year. The male members of the club serve as escorts on Homecoming night during the half-time activities. They close out their year of duties when they lead the Seniors as they take their final walk on the night of graduation. Members pictured left to right: 1st ROW: Lee Pate, Greg Melvin, Brian McMinn, Troy Sullivan; 2nd ROW: Mrs. Hardy, Christy Allison, Angela Moman, Tara Campbell, Monica Sanders, Caria Counts; 3rd ROW: Derek Prince, Keith Suddeth, Brian Wad- sworth, Neal Underwood, Brent Hays. Pictured far left: Keith Suddeth serves as Regina Broadwater ' s escort during the Homecoming fes- tivities. Pictured near left are head girl and boy usher, Angela Moman and Greg Melvin. 91 STUDENT COUNCIL WORKING TOGETHER TO ACHIEVE ONE GOAL The members of the M.J. Student Council join together to form one goal — to promote student participation in school activities, as well as ac- ademics and citizenship. Each member has their own job which sets them apart from the rest. The president presides at all the Student Council meetings. The 1st Vice Pres- ident serves in the absence of the president. The 2nd Vice President is the chaplain, one of their duties is reading the Thought For The Day each morning. The Secretary ' s duty is to keep the minutes and membership of each meeting of the Student Council. The Treasurer also attends each meeting and collects money from the Student Council activities. Together the Student Council performs many duties, but more important are the goals they set and achieve. Student Council Officers President Frankie Bartlett 1st Vice President Greg Melvin 2nd Vice President Angela Moman Secretary Julie Morris Treasurer Caria Counts Members of the 1987-88 Student Council are, from left to right standing — Carla Counts, Julie Morris, Greg Melvin, Angela Moman, Mrs. Hicks. Sitting — Franltie Bartlett. 92 PROM COMMITTEE MAKING IT HAPPEN The members of the Prom Commit- tee are as follows: First row; Traci Jordan, Tammy Anderson, Nancy McAnnally, Kristy McCarley, Mandy Maze, Kandi Mann, Julie Morris, Sherri Nelson; Second row; Jeff Skinner, Amy Baker, LeAnn Guth- rie, Joseph Willis, Baron Worth- ington, Dana Sharit, Carla Counts. I j Being a member of the Prom Committee requires hard work. Those on the committee must work :losely together along with the senior sponsors to plan music, decorations, and food. There is much work put into the planning of the Senior Prom. After they decide on a date and a place or the prom, the committee estimates the costs of the prom and then collects money in senior lomerooms. Decisions are not the only task of the Prom Committee. On prom-day the committee is responsible for decorating the room while others are at home preparing for the big night ahead, and afterwards the - rom Committee must stay and clean up after others have already gone. TORCH STAFF The Torch Staff is a very prestigious organization. Only students with good grades, creative minds and determination succeed on the Torch Staff. The staff ' s main purpose is to create a yearbook covering the highlights and activities that occur throughout the year. Their goal is to put these things together in an in- teresting and artistic way. Cooperation and friendship play a major role in the success of the Torch. The ' 87- ' 88 members are (top to bottom): Michele Thomas (Editor), Julie Turner, Nancy McAnnally, T. W. Grooms, Kelly Rogers, Christy Allison, Jason Anderson, Tomie Ann Willis, Tara Campbell, John Franks. Pictured above are the Senior members: T. W. Grooms, Julie Turner, Nancy McAnnally, Michele Thomas. Pictured above right are the Junior members: John Franks, Kelly Rogers, Tomie Ann Willis, Jason Anderson. Pictured right are the Sophomore members: Tara Campbell, Christy Allison. 94 The Torch Staff are a close knit group. They are also known as the " Yearbook Mafia. " Some of the Mafia are pictured here. They are a group you can look up to. Pictured top: Christy and Tara view some class photos. Pictured far left: Jason demonstrates some of his non- annual staff talents. Pictured near left: Nancy, Julie, and Michele goof off for the camera. Pictured above: Jason and Kelly show winning grins for the camera. 95 The Art Club at Mortimer Jordan is under the sponsorship of Ms. Lindanne Phillips. The students who are members receive the chance to work with most of the mediums are pictured here, (top to bottom, left to right) Roger Kirby, Jayson Crane, Danny Carroll, Joe Curry, Bubba Arnold, Christy Lynn, Jim Hazelwood, Jeff Quick, Amy Ba- ker, Keith Suddeth, Gail Hargett, Missy Kennedy, Jacky Kennedy, Frankie Downs, Kandi Mann. " . . . good painting is a music and a melody which only intellect can appreciate. " — Michelangelo Officers Pictured Left-right: Pres. — Amy Baker, V.P. ty Lynn, Sec. — Grace Grimes, Treas. — Dodd, Chap. — Christy Mosely — Chris- Stefanie 96 Junior and Senior High Members Pictured lower left: Art students relax and enjoy a few moments away from their art projects. Below: Christy Lynn works with her clay project. 97 JUNIOR HIGH CHOIR Tammy accompanies the choir. The Junior High Choir Following Mr. Bailey ' s directions " Born on a Christmas Day " 7th grade Khsty McAnnally Brandi McCain Emily Crane Laura Earnest Tammy Felton Karen Sharitt 8lh grade Jammie Gay Kristi Holt Felicia Johnson Leanne Kennedy April Lucas Angle McGaughy Susan Melvtn Karmen Morton Marcia Pendiey Tracy Skinner Shannon Smothers Heather Thomas Terri Williams Freshmen Lisa Baird Dorita Jolly Joe Mike assists with the program. Santa Claus joins the singing. 98 Jennifer accompanies the choir. Christmas Performance Wishing happy holidays Ooo!! A winning smile 99 CONCERT CHORALE The Concert Chorale is a competing ensemble made up of High School students. This group represents Mortimer Jordan at various performances throughout the school year. Generally at Thanksgiving and Christ- mas Holiday seasons as well as at District III Choral Competition held annually by the Alabama Music Ed- ucation Association, and State Festival. The Concert Chorale also participated in the fortieth (40th) Annual Jefferson county Music Festival sponsored by the Jef- ferson County Board of Education Fine Arts Depart- ment. Within the Concert Chorale are various ensembles and soloists, such as the Men ' s Ensemble and Girls ' Chorus. There are also several students selected as members of the Alabama All State Chorus, which is an auditioned group representing some of the finest vocal talent in the state of Alabama. The Concert Chorale rehearses daily at school and truly epitomizes the art of vocal training. SENIORS - JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN — 8th Grade Tammy Anderson Shawn Cato Joel Dral e Toni Elliot Traci Jordan Jennifer Mount Randal Smith Melissa Vance Angle Womack Mark Davis April Loggins Trina Lucas Kelly Rogers Gary Timms Brian Wadsworth Tomie Ann Willis Tanya Adcock Tara Campbell Mike Cunningham Molly Heis Owen Lynn Mirabel Manalang Randy Timms Tonya Tyler April Alvis Kim Kilgore Lisa Myrick Jason Robb Lonnie Wiggins Rick Smith 100 G I R L S ' c H O R U S M E N S ' E N S E M B L E 101 j M.J. FOR CHRIST m M.J. For Christ is an organ- ization that promotes Christian Fellowship for students. The meetings are held at 7:45 on Wednesday mornings in the lunchroom. They are opened by devotion and announcements. Everyone is encouraged to at- tend. 1st row — Tara Campbell, Ricl Smith, Kent Williams, Dana Sharitt, Jennifer Mount, Tomie Ann Willis, Kelly Rogers, Christy Mosley, Amanda Powell, 2nd row — Molly Heis, Keith Miller, Patty Adams, David Tillery, Mark Davis, Kenneth Morton, Marc Neely, Brian Wadsworth. Not pictured sponsor Mrs. Hall. For where two or more are gathered in My name, there am I in the midst of them. Matt. 18:20 1st row — Pres. Brian Wadsworth Vice Pres. Kelly Rogers 2nd row — Sec. Jennifer Mount Chaplain Christy Mosley. Not pictured Treas. Kelly Shaw. 102 it FHA FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA The members of the F.H.A. participate in many activities. In the fall the Home Economics classes have a sewing project. This year all the classes made sweatshirts. They also have a child care unit where they have " egg babies. " Toward the end of the year the class cooks different dishes. Members of the F.H.A. are as follows: left to right 1st row — Mrs. Glaze, sponsor, Matt Kennamer, Julie Turner, Julie Morris, Kandi Mann. 2nd row — Tanya Adcock, Susan Clark, Wanda Campbell, Karen Tucker. 3rd row — Monica Sanders, Cherie Morton, Karen Nail, Sonya Lynn, Tammie Sloan. 4th row — Julie Lewis, Amy Bibb, Patty Adams, Tina Stubbs. Far left — Mrs. Glaze instructs Troy Sullivan on his sewing project. Left — Neal Underwood participates in cooking during Fifth period Home Economics. 103 LIBRARY STAFF The Library Staff I I am the LIBRARY. t 1 am neither Walls j nor Shelves, % Nor even the Books i : that stand in rows, % I am the wisdom of the Universe f: Captured and Arranged f for you. ■i " ; I am an open door. ' $: Enter... Books open the mind to a world of knowledge. 104 iC IJ J " CLUB 105 1987 FOOTBALL 1987 The 1987 Football Banquet was well deserved this year. The players and cheerleaders had a lovely meal. The guest speaker this year was Mr. Rip Engle. Above — players and cheerleaders have a wonderful meal. Left — Coach Woodn speaks words of inspiration. Lower Left — Ricky Graben shows off his awan Bottom — Everyone shows their gratitude to the cheerleaders. 106 BANQUET 1987 Rip Engle speaks to the players. Above — Mr. Trotter with words of thanks. Upper Right — Enjoying a good meal. Right — Dana Sharit presents Vanessa Whaley with an award for her dedication. , 107 THE AWARD WINNING VARISTY CHEERLEADERS The award winning Varsity Cheerleaders attended camp at Auburn University. They received three superior ribbons and one excellent ribbon. They won the Spirit Stick three times bringing it home on the final day of competition. They were nominated for the squad of excellence award. They received a super star award. The cheerleaders have competed in many competitions this year. They received third place in dance and first place in cheers at Western Hills Mall. At Parisians at Eastwood Mall, they won third place. These competitions gave the cheerleaders three trophies. They competed in the NCA Regionals at Jefferson State Junior College. They received an excellent rating and a trophy advancing them to National competition in Dallas, Texas during Christmas Holidays. ! w 1 1 ■ ° L- [ m iii 1 r Dana Sharitt -Head ' ' fc .- - " " " kI Ir [ MBMH HdBk ' 4 1 -vi.. ft. ' y ■ H H azTf ' h i " Wm M tSm P E fil Rr tmtM Tiffany McGowan — Co-Head Sherri Nelson — — i - BbK ( ' i i R f - -« Kelli Long Kim Reno Kim Yeager Christy Allison Heather Counts Tabitha McGowan 108 Seniors 1987-1988 Juniors 1987-1988 Sophomores 1987-1988 109 SPIRIT Go Devils, we ' re No. 1! Tabitha lends a hand ■m 1 Along with hard work and dedication the varsity squad knows what it takes to be award winning. They support their team in every way possible. sjmmmumBmmBih Heather works on a sign Dana leads a cheer 110 A Tradition of Success 111 Leah Horton — Head Junior High Cheerleaders ' 87- ' 88 112 I Above: Front Row (L to R) Tami Stubbs, Tracie Willis, Stacy Underwood, Amy Quick, Patricia Nail. Back Row Amy Burchfield, Wendy Gwin, Leah Horton, Alisha Prince, Rhonda Chandler. Left: Leah concentrates. Left bottom: Cheerleaders listen eagerly to pep rally instructions. Center: Wendy poses for her picture. 113 JAMMIN ' BLUE DEVIL BAND Mr. James Allen Bailey is the director of the " Jammin ' Blue Devil Band. " He attended Warrior High School where he was a member of the marching band, concert band, and the chorus. After graduation he attended Samford University for two years before transferring to Jacksonville he was a member of the Famed Marching Southerns, Symphonic Band, Brass Choir, Men ' s Chorus, Woodwind Quintet, A Cappella Choir, and French Horn Choir. Mr. Bailey is currently completing his 10th year as a teacher at Mortimer Jordan High School. DRUM MAJOR: TAMMY ANDERSON FIELD CAPTAIN: JENNIFER MOUNT BAND OFFICERS SEC. — STEVE KILGORE PRES — TAMMY ANDERSON HISTORIAN — TOMMIE ANN WILLIS JANITOR — BRIAN MALONE VICE PRES. — JENNIFER MOUNT CHAPLAIN — CHRISTY MOSLEY 114 THE SPIRIT OF THE 50 ' S This year the 1987 Jammin ' Blue Devil Band dropped the needle in the groove, and rocked their way through another fabulous season. This year the band carried the crowds back into the " Spirit of the 50 ' s. " The Band began their show with " Rock Around the Clock, " " Heartbreak Hotel, " and " At the Hop. " The band took the shape of a guitar and imitated Chuck Berry as the percussion section was featured in the drumbreak, " Johnny B. Goode. " The band kept on rockin ' through " Kansas City " and " Love Me Tender. " The spotlight fell on the majorettes as they hoola-hooped in " Shake, Rattle and Roll " and the crowds came to their feet as the majorettes and colorguard spread their wi ngs, as the band exited to " Earth Angel. " Through the 1987 field season the band attended all football games as well as two competitions. On October 10, the band attended the Sand Mountain In- vitational where they received straight superior rating. On October 17, the band traveled to Ranburne to compete in a Marching Festival. They took home superior ratings for band, drum major, majorettes and color guard. The Majorettes also received a trophy for Second in Class, and the colorguard received a trophy for Third in Class. MIKE ROYER AWARDS MR. BAILEY AS CHANNEL 6 TEACHER OF THE WEEK. GOOD TIMES WITH GOOD FRIENDS. TARA WAVES TO HER FANS. TAMMY PREPARES TO LEAD THE BAND. RANDY AND BRIAN KEEP THE BEAT. FRIDAY NIGHT FUN IN THE STANDS. JENNIFER HITS THE HIGH NOTES. 115 HORNS EARTH ANGELS SPREAD THEIR WINGS. PERCUSSION Haiftime Highlights 117 JAMMIN ' SPIRIT BASS PEP RALLY PERFORMANCE FLUTES 118 SAXOPHONES CRUISIN ' THROUGH THE SHOW i i • ■ CLARINETS WE ' RE READY! 119 Tara Campbell — Sophomore The epitome of grace and elegance was captured in the 1987 " JAMMIN ' BLUE DEVIL MAJORETTES. " Through leadership from their captain, April Loggins, they received superior rat- ings at the Sand Mountain Invitational and the Ranburn Marching Festival. The majorettes were also honored with a trophy for 2nd in class at Ranburne. The ' 87 majorettes, small in size but big on smiles, dazzled the crowds all through the football season. ' ■ « ■• ■ 1. ' kMj ■ " £ . y ' V J V K iiiiiMiMiial fr 1 Wk April Loggins — Junior PICTURE PERFECT THE BEST OF FRIENDS 120 -THE BEGINNER BAND Left to right — 1st row — Becka Jackson, Lisa Timms, Elery Heis, Michelle Allison, Kristy Reno, Angela Jones. 2nd row — Stacy Standridge, Daphne Lee, Tonya Bates, Becky Kimbrell, Christal Camp, Karmen Morton. 3rd row — Jennifer Varden, Brad Hollifield, Rick Smith, Dennis Bullock, Jeremiah Gohn, Matt Kenney, Carrie Hargett. 4th row — Stephen Hall, Steve Reid, Baron Weber, Brian Robb. 122 I: CONCERT BAND The Concert Band is com- posed of the students who arc in the Marching Band, including members of the majorette line and the colorguard who play in- struments. The Concert Band sponsors the annual Christmas Concert held for parents and the community. The band also per- forms for the student body. The Concert Band participates in the yearly District IV Concert Band Festival held at Shades Valley High School. Toward the end of the year the Band makes plans for a spring show. This show involves the entire music depart- ment, including ensembles and soloists. Through the perfor- mances the band members are allowed the opportunity to share in the making of memories at Mortimer Jordan High School. 123 Band ' s Best Senior Jennifer Mount was voted as Band ' s Most Outstanding Senior this year. This is a high honor that is voted on by the band members with approval from Mr. Bailey. To the right, Jennifer is presented with a plaque by Mrs. Willis, the band booster president. Jennifer was field captain and flute section leader of this past marching season. She also has received a medal for playing flute in ensemble competition. Jennifer Mount 124 BAND BANQUET 1987-1988 This year the band banquet was held in the Heritage Ballroom at the Birmingham Hilton through arrangements made by the band boosters. Awards of dedication and service were given to the band ' s six seniors. Other awards were given to section leaders, soloist, students who lettered in band, All-County Band members and the band ' s best senior. The night ' s entertainment of music and videos was provided by Bobby T. The highlight of the evening was a special impromptu performance of lip-syncing by band members. Elvis, the Jordanaires, and Molly and the Heart- breakers performed such hits as " Jailhouse Rock, " " Duke of Earl, " and " Hey Baby. " It was a perfect night to end yet another successful marching season. On October 22, 1987, thirty-five lovely young ladies became part of The Odyssey as they participated in the Miss Torch Pageant sponsored by the TORCH Staff. In this pageant, they left the rolling hills of Alabama to the Acropolis of Greece where education and beauty flourished for all the world to enjoy. After being interviewed by the judges the previous evening, the con- testants strutted their stuff in evening wear and then in sports- wear. After careful deliberation, the judges chose ten finalists who then came forward and told of their plans for after grad- uation. From this showing, the judges then chose three alternates and a winner, Miss Torch 1988. 126 The 1988 TORCH Staff took much pride in presenting " The Odyssey. " Many long hours were put into organizing, planning and decorating for the Pageant. Staff members are pict. L-R: Christy Allison, Kelly Rogers, T. W. Grooms, Ms. Phillips, Jayson An- derson, John Franks, Tara Campbell, Tomie Ann Willis. Not pict. are: Nancy McAnnally, Julie Turner, Michele Thomas. PICT. L-R: Judges (Deborah Wiggins, Laurie Dean, Stan- ley Moss); M.C. (Danny Glaze) PICT. BOTTOM L-R: Angela and Carla lead the girls in singing " Friends are Friends Forever " ; The es- corts present each girl with a souvenir flower. V J p H H| L«i H vV k 1 H j ww Hi3 127 Amy Baker tells of her plans after graduation. Kelley McCombs crowns the new Miss TORCH, Ginger Thomp- son. Dana Sharit, Miss Congeniality, receives her trophy and flowers. The ten finalists wait anxiously to tell of their plans after graduation as well as the exciting announcement of Miss TORCH and the three alternates. MISS TORCH 1 988 GINGER THOMPSOIN 129 THE ODYSSEY LeAnn Guthrie Tiffany McGowan Donna Goodwin Toni Elliot Melissa Vance Angie Womack 130 Kim Trucks Regina Cater Kristy McCarlcy 131 MISS TORCH FIIVALISTS Nancy McAnnally Angela Moman Carla Counts Amy Baker Tammy Anderson Sherri Nelson 132 MISS TORCH ALTERl ATES First Alternate Frankie Downs Second Alternate Beverly Findley IH Ahc av{4 B 1 Hi Hi r Third Alternate Kandi Mann Miss TORCH the three Alternates and Nliss Congeniality 133 V Sherri Mosely Missy Kennedy Dawn Self Rcgina Broadwater Michele Thomas Regina Nichols MAJMY MEMORIES A] D FRIE]%DS WERE MADE OIV THIS ' ' ODYSSEY ' ' 134 Miss TORCH is congratulated by both her friends and family as tears of joy and relief are wiped away. 135 136 Oke Wd in 9 137 138 139 UMiMlN BLUE DEVIL BAND GUARD, MAJORETTES, and DRUM MAJOR JAMMIN ' SENIORS ' 88 140 Pictured left to right, top to bottom: Tomie Ann Willis performs at pep ral- ly. April Loggins gives a winning smile during her pep rally performance. The Seniors f)Ose for a picture at the Senior Breakfast. Jacky Kenne- dy pins a Homecoming boutonniere on Serena Dickey. The Seniors show spirit at the pep rally. Mr. Trotter and Mr. Merrit award Angela Moman her trophy and flowers. Re- gina Broadwater and Da- vid Reilly take time out from decorating for a photograph. ■ ' ' ' T l E L v.. ' J| H Wf B o V 4 mff m kjB V H i B ivyi - t M 142 If KCmi WffiMlM October 9, 1987 was a memorable day for many students at M.J. It all began at 7:30 a.m. in the lunchroom with the Senior breakfast. Senior officers shared their thoughts and emotions. The seniors finished it up with an emotional singing of the Alma Mater. Later in the day, a spirited Homecoming pep rally was held. The Senior Class won the Spirit Stick. There were performances by the Cheerleaders and the Jammin ' Blue Devil Band. A drawing was held by the Art Club and Student Council in which Julie Moore was awarded twenty-five dollars. That " special homecoming spirit " carried over into Friday evening. Helium balloons sold by the Art Club and Student Council were released as the M.J. Blue Devils crashed through the run-through sign. An unforgettable homecoming night was underway. At halftime, Angela Moman was crowned Homecoming queen with Kim Yeager, Tara Davis and Angela Logan chosen to complete her court. After the victory filled homecoming game, the Homecoming Dance with the theme " We ' ve Got The Look " was held in the old gym. Students were able to dance their socks off to both new and old hits. They ranged from Chubby Checker ' s " The Twist " to Whitesnake ' s " Here I Go Again. " The annual Alumni dessert buffet was held in the lunchroom. This spirit-filled homecoming provided some very special memories for everyone who loves M.J. and its traditions. PICTURES TOP TO BOTTOM: Jeff Quick becomes elevated at the dance. Seniors dance the night away. The Blue Devils huddle up to make some winning plans. The Blue Devils score a winning touchdown. 144 r y ■ ' . fiCIWl OH 6» ».a_ 147 FOOTBALL When the first game started for the Mortimer Jordan Blue Devils, the players didn ' t feel like it was the starting point for the 1987 season. The players and coaches started right after the 1986 season, working on plays, working out with weights, running to get in shape and most of this was done during the summer. The first game was played at Pleasant Grove. The Spartans beat the Blue Devils last year in a last minute field goal. But this year the Devils shut Pleasant Grove out 14-0. It was the first opening season ga me won by MJ in 13 years. Since then the players, coaches, and the fans knew this year would be A YEAR TO REMEMBER. Alex Quick dives to blocl a field goal. 148 FOOTBALL Kk— - L « C Mif ■H Ricky Graben watches his tGammates with a back injury. The Blue Devil defense surrounds a Warrior player. Frankie Bartlett receives another play. Center above: Scott Wood flips the ball back tu touchdown. i etfi.ev Above; The Blue Devils score another 149 FOOTBALL 156 FOOTBALL 151 Troy Sullivan Todd Keeney 152 FOOTBALL - " M l lit 1 - U M M. The 1987 Football Seniors MJ takes a timeout huddle. Jamie Greenlee Keith Miller Frankie Bartlett Scott Smith Lee Pate Ricky Glaze Daryl Handley Derrick Prince Terry Graham John Gospodareck 1 FOOTBALL Ricky Graben 1 Coach Woodruff talks to Frankie Bartlett. Standing: Phillip Collie, David Todd and Randy Hays Kneeling: Glen Woodruff Brian Mayfield Jeff Wilson Mike Goodwin Michael Davis Steven Mahaffey Jeff Wilson Wesley Creel 153 FOOTBALL 154 FOOTBALL First Row (L to R) Casey Parvin, Eric Houston, T. J. Trobridge, Steve Dollar, Kicky Page, Billy Lewis, Steve Creel, Eddie Gooch, Joseph Dodson, Blake Handley, Kenny Bush, Trent Hays Second Row (L to R) David Anderson, Jimmy Savage, Mike Mayhon, Steve Frost, Michael Hayes, Rush Valenta, Greg McGraw, Keith Musgrove, Glenn Gooch, Michael Millwood, Shannon Hays Back Row (L to R) Coach Rosser, Layne Wood, Chris Dodson, Chuck Price, Steve Hays, Bobby Smith, Brent Hayes, Jeff Thomas, Heath Hays, Billy Mitchell, Arnie Howard, Coach Rea COACHES Russel Rosser Charles Rea Warrior 33-6 Fultondale 9-0 Leeds 28-6 Pleasant Grove 41-14 Fairfield 19-0 Tarrant 12-6 Hewitt 0-28 155 BASKETBALL Danny Carroll drives around the defense. Coach Collie shows the team what to do. A WINNING SEASON! As the 1987-88 basketball season started, everyone knew that the basketball team would have a winning record. After losing only two seniors last year, the team had a lot of experienced players returning. And with the second year head coach, Phillip Collie, the Devils would not have anything to worry about. Coach Collie, along with Coach Randy Hays, started the basketball season near the end of last year. They both worked up a " spring training " session for about a week. Then during the summer the players had to work out and shoot some baskets. When school started the players started running to get in shape. And then, before they knew it, it came time to really work hard at practice and get serious. The Devils, coming off a 10-13 record last year, went on to win the Mortimer Jordan Invitational Tournament, beating Oak Grove, West Jefferson, and Fultondale. 156 iJi v K. . " TV M ' ■ " .. .- ' " J- -.? fcj ti ' iAJfeiJ ' i BASKETBALL Mike Myers and Lee Vaughn trap a Warrior defender. Mike Myers passes the ball around a defender. Danny Carroll goes up for the easy lay-up. Danny Carroll shoots for two. 157 BASKETBALL LR: Josh Freeman, Coach Phillip Collie, Frankie Barlett, Baron Worfhingfon, Lee Vaughn, Jayson Crane, Judd Taylor, T. W. Gtooms, Mike Myers, Danny Carroll, Coach Randy Hays, Doug Arnold Frankie Bartlett Danny Carroll Jayson Crane i£rL iSe£ia»S .75SiiS-- ' rfrS tafSrS " ;! fft ' .f» »«?«i - ' Sia -.fei7. T . vr:irf-Sff»(V„- ' V . BASKETBALL Jeff Skinner Judd Taylor Lee Vaughn Baron Worthington 159 BASKETBALL Sitting: Tim Goodwin, Mark Necly, Andy Heis, Jeremy Gainus, Chuck Lewis. Standing: Josh Freeman, Lynwood Taylor, Jamie brewer, Doug Arnold, Coach Hays. 160 Jamie Brewer and Lynwood Taylor go up for a rebound I JV BASKETBALL Sitting; Greg McGraw, Jeff Chandler, Shawn Leslie, Mathew Hayes, David Salters, Arnie Howard, Jeff Myers. Standing: Brian Hill, Chuck Price, Jerry Ehl, Frankie Odom, Andy Burns, Heath Hayes, Chris Crawford. Sitting: Michael Fetner, Casey Parvin, T. J. Trobridge, David Anderson, Craig Kannaday, Chris Sharit, Michael Savage. Standing: Coach Rea, Michael Millwood, Jonathan Maze, Layne Wood, Eric Davis, Steve Melvin, Rush Valenta. J u N I O R J U N I O R V A R S I T Y T E A M 161 BASKETBALL 162 BASKETBALL ■Fn H P ■ ! " 1 HH ' l ' ' J 71 4 ■ ' j rf 1 K mM w 7] r . B P B H B B ' fcWj MH I P ft 1 I I Im 163 Dallas Competition The Varsity Cheerleaders attended National Championships in Dallas, Texas during the Christmas holidays. Many events took place while in Dallas. These girls attended meals at some of the most renowned restaurants in Dallas. They at- tended a party for the Cheerleaders on the night the finalists were discovered. They went shopping at the Galleria in Dallas and many other exciting things. 1 f9% ' T©co €)«.t " . J ' 164 Dallas Competition 165 iii m 1 167 COUNTS WEDDING CATERING SERVICE Weddings, receptions, teas, etc. For a Memorable Wedding Call Carolyn Counts 647-0707 981 Morris Majestic Rd. Morris, Alabama 168 Kitchen Remodeling B.J. ' s Custom Cabinets Bob Findley Owner 6960 Garett Rd. Gardendale, AL 631-8456 MADE IN U.S.A. by American Labor M M Motors Clean Used Cars Complete Auto Repairs 24 hr. Wrecker Service 647-0535 Owner: Tommy Mikell Russell ACE Hardware 111 Park Drive Warrior, AL 35180 647-9731 ACE " Sets the Pace " in Hardware Values QUALITY OUTDOOR POWER EQUIP MENT WARRIOR PHARMACY 219 Main Street Warrior, Alabama 647-0528 We honor UMW Prescriptions PCS, PAID, SPS, Health America, etc. Select Care Plan We keep medical records for income tax and insurance purposes ART CARVED CLASS RINGS Owner: Bill Reid 169 Compliments of Susan D. Wells, D.M.D. General Dentistry 309 Louisa Street Warrior, AL 647-2050 Warrior Tire 421 Main Street Warrior, AL 35180 Complete Tire Service New and Used Tires Phone: 647-9563 Compliments of Pinson Animal Hospital Pinson, AL 35126 681-9669 George M. Hughes, D.V.M. 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And most offjces are open on Saturda s because we realize that you ' v got big plans during the week. After graduation plan on Central Bank. CENTRAL BANK OF THE SOUTH Member II )l(; Keep it simple. Centralize. Warrior Office 5th Street and Main 933-3184 647-4642 172 WARRIOR MERCANTILE COMPANY ♦ 2{;(VM M MERCANTILE ♦ 305 Main Street Warrior, AL Name Brand Shoes and Clothing LEWIS FLOWER SHOP Flowers for every occasion 514 Main Street Warrior, AL 35180 Serving the area for over 50 years Daily deliveries to Birmingham Wanda Richard Waddell 647-9591 SERVING ALABAMA SINCE 1917 DjU N n n FURNITURE COMPLETE HOME FURNISHING Carpets and flooring Financing Available 201 Main Street Warrior 647-0546 Nationally Known Brands Appliance Department OPEN Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. CLOSED Wednesday 12 Noon 173 BOX 543 • 1328 MAIN STREET • GARDENDALE, AL 35071 205 631-8754 Gentleman ' s MEN ' S FASHION Regular Big Tall Sizes P.O. 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Al- :J520t (205|H;t6 73H5 176 « 1224 Main St. Gardendale, AL 35071 In The Garden 631-4172 Danny Nita Mordecai Owners Bobbie Underwood Manager s - Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Complete Take Out Foods Open 7:00 A.M. 647-8572 Hwy. 31 at 1-65 sv £ Warrior, AL " We Specialize in Hickory Smoked Barbeque " Homemade Pies Store Hours Mon. -Saturday Sunday 7 AM-9 PM 10 AM-3 PM 177 OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 9 A.M.-5 P.M. ALABAMA WHOLESALE JEWELRY, INC. 2021 CENTERPOINT ROAD BIRMINGHAM, AL 35215 TOMMY OWEN RAY OWEN Phone Phone 853-1665 853-1669 Gardendale Citgo WE HAVE Full Service Clean UPS Batteries Steam Engines Diesel Fuel Tires Mechanics Rickey and Jerry Marsh 631-9072 OWNER Dick Yeager 178 RENTAL or SALES for HOME or COMMERCIAL USE RENT ONE, INC. TOOLS EQUIPMENT 1421 Thompson Circle, Gardendale 631-4693 -■- , AUTHORIZED Sales and Service K-ONE KEROSENE SNAPPER GREEN MACHINE TORO THE FISHERMAN ' S SHOP Highway 31 North Kimberly 647-0767 Zack Calvert Walter H. 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North Pinson, AL 35126 Fresh Meat Groceries Gas 5:30 a.m.-9:00 p.m. Monday-Saturday 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sunday 180 Garden Hair Design Wolff Tanning Systems 1129 Main Street In the Garden Shopping Center 631-2911 I lAppointment Necessarv Featuring Complete Hairstyling for the entire family Paul Mitchell Matrix Retail Products No Appointment Necessary Open: 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday Nails by Charlotte 181 piggly wiggly 213 Paifc Drive Wamor, Alabama 6U7-32i|i 182 I R R DRUG CO. 300 Main Street Warrior, Alabama 647-0574 Robert Higdon — Manager O.B. Florence, RPh. UMW Prescriptions Headquarters We honor PCS Paid Health America SPS, Mediment, Blue Cross, etc. Select Care Plan COME VISIT OUR HALLMARK CARD GIFT SHOP Terrific Tan and Nails Located at 8268 Old Hwy. 31, Mo. Morris, AL Open year round • China silk Nails • Wolff Tanning Bed Systems • Clothing and Accessories • Body Waxing (Hair Removal) • Body Firming Toning Bed 647-1160 Full line of Jordan Clothing Discount to all Students and Faculty Owner Brenda Trapp IMAGES BRIDAL PAGEANT Pageant, Prom Gowns Accessories Everything for Bride Wedding Party Large stock selection — special orders Pageant training self-improvement course Call for information 631-5858 FOUR SEASONS Cosmetics • Gifts • Jewelry • Cosmetic Color Analysis Studio • Complimentary Makeovers • Pageant Makeup • Professional Makeup Artist Gifts for all occasions Both Stores located — 227 Fieldstown Rd. Gardendale, Near Pasquales ROCKET CLEANERS 1318-C Main Street Gardendale, Alabama 183 Levi ' s Mastercard Visa P.O. 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BARGER ROLLER RINK Morris, AL 186 m smm .. •%; QUILTS by Annie Phillips Route 2, Box 612 ' JC ayden, AL 3507 Phone: 647-0267 Quilting Cross Slj tflfc plique DOSS DRUGS Larry F. Doss, R.Ph., Owner Majestic Road Morris, Alabama Phone: 647-0515 im HOWARD REID « ptician Amtrkm li tii tNtcevery M«fttrc«r4 • Ylii ContKl Ltntf t • Dfsigner Framos GUtttt Midi t« Yaur Prt icrlptlon Whttf Yeu Wiit !••« If Apf«lfttmfnt 631-5318 318MalnSt.lnJ JPtaza Gardendale Enon Baptist Church " Welcomes You " Bob Carter Pastor Majestic Road Morris, AL 647-9614 189 Home Office of WARRIOR SAVINGS BANK Phone: 647-0531 " Home Folks Serving You " Since 1957 P.O. Box 488 Warrior, Alabama Member FDIC 190 LA-Z-BOY BASSETT R.C.A. HOTPOINT CONGOLEUM ACCESSORIES LAUNIS FURNITURE CO. 204 Louisa St. Warrior, AL 647-4311 Mother ' s Bouquet FLOWERS GIFTS FLOWERS FOR AU OCCASIONS SKOAUZMGM • WHmNGS • HJNBALS • A NVBt$AICS • HOSflTALS PHYLUS SMITH - OWNER msuLM HIOHWAT rSTPHWON " WE RENT FORAdAL WEAR " (Mother ' s Bouquet) JANICE C. HART ATTORNEY AT LAW Here to meet your legal needs No charges for initial Consultation 647-8146 209 Louisa Street Warrior, AL OFFICE HOURS Mon.-Fri. 8-5 Wed. 8-12 Saturday after hours appointments AL State Bar Rules Require the following in Attorney Advertisement. " No representation is made about the quality of legal service to be performed or the expertise of the lawyer performing such service. " 191 CONGRATULATIONS! TO OUR FELLOW CLA SSMATES From: Nancy, Michele, T.W. and Julie f- indon Co. 2J-ence Jt, JU, i urru ana on Commercial Chain Link Industrial Cedar Residential Treated Pine Free Estimates Repairs 647-7457 8115 Curry Rd, Morris CONGRATULATIONS Class of ' 88 Morris AND Missy Kennedy MOM AND DAD ARE PROUD! Reno Refractories Sales and Service Compliments from: Granny and Pa Pa Reno Uncle Elmer Aunt Renee to Missy, Dionne, Sallie 647-0240 192 KIMBERLY CHURCH OF GOD 7 5 74 Kenneth A. Dismukes — Pastor , ' j ' ' l, Sunday School — 9:45 a.m. Worship — 1 1 :00 a.m. Evangelistic Service — Sunday 6:00 p.m. Family Training Hours — Wednesday 7:1 5 p.m. Located on Highway 31 North P.O. Box 296 Kimberly,AL 35091 Wed. night Boy ' s Club " Special Activities " Wed. night Girl ' s Club 7:15 p.m. Camping Fishing 7:15 p.m. Brigade — Ages 7- 11 Battalion — Ages 12-18 Hiking Bowling Lock- ins Joy Belles — Ages 7-1 1 YLA — Ages 12-18 " KIDS WORLD " DAY CARE A MINISTRY TO SERVE OUR COMMUNITIES ' NEEDS INFANTS to 12 YEARS Open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. After School Pick-up 2 and 3 year old Nursery Class 4 and 5 year old Kindergarten ABEKA Curriculum taught For Information Call: Rita Nichols, Director Day Care: 647-0585 Church Office: 647-5374 CARING FOR YOUR CHILD IS WHAT WE DO BEST 193 YOUR TROUBLES VANISH t JERRY ' S AUTO PARTS 9394 HIGHWAY 31 KIMBERLY, AL. 35091 647-5879 MISS GAIL ' S MUSIC STUDIO PIANO AND GUITAR LESSONS FOR ALL AGES 1697 MORRIS-MAJESTIC RD. PHONE: 647-2160 INNOVATIVE MED SEARCH Physician Recruiting Post Office Drawer 1 Morris, AL 35116 Phone: 647-0945 194 WILLIS A.G. GROCERY MORRIS, ALABAMA OWNERS: JOHN EDITH WILLS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK HOURS: 6:00 A.M.-7:00 P.M. SUNDAY: 9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. 647-1036 TRACIE TOMIE ANN WE ARE PROUD OF OUR GRANDCHILDREN AT M.J.H. M.J. JUNIOR CHEERLEADER JAMMIN ' BLUE DEVIL BAND WILLIS COIN LAUNDRY HOURS: 7:00 AM-10:00 PM CAR WASH 195 MORRIS CAR WASH BEHIND WILLIS GROCERY TOTAL SELF SERVICE CAR WASH BUBBLE BRUSH WASH • RINSE • WAX TIRE CLEAN • VACUUM ALWAYS OPEN HAMILTON BAND INSTRUMENT COMPANY 1226 NOBLE ST. P.O. BOX 2227 ANNISTON, AL 36202 PHONE (205) 237-4700 INSTRUMENTS ACCESSORIES SERVICE SANDLIN ' S GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries Meats Mon. — Sat. 7 a.m. — 8 p.m. 647-3911 Hardware Feed and Seed Kimberly, AL Owner Noel Sandlin 196 REMODELING DRY WALL SPECIALISTS OM-OVOURo,,, G J Nation Enterprises Inc. NEW HOMI CONSTRUCTION JERRY NATION CHRIS NATION 647-8695 647-2435 197 Ashley Place Gardendale, Alabama ASHLEY PLACE ; MT. OLIVE A GARDE NOALE EXIT rr Royal Forest Estates Morris, Alabama GAROENOALE p(i o».™i«y 5 mn " «s " " " Sirmingnam ROYAL FOREST ESTATES Z- NOflIM • l S ► SOW 1 Rudy James Realty 435 Decatur Hwy Gardendale, Alabama Bobbie Lyie 631-6366 647-3901 FAVORITES Group Album Single Concert T.V. Show Movie Actor Actress Booi Magazine Friend Heart-throb Hangout Activity Expression Teacher Class Sport 198 GARDENDALE CITGO SERVICE FULL AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE CITGO 2253 DECATUR HWY. GARDENDALE, AL 35071 PHONE 631-9072 RICHARD YEAGER Owner 199 [ V " Our legendary journey is drawing to a close. I leave you now with many memories and friends. Look now to the future and remember it holds many promising surprises! Now begin your own legendary journey. " g jfi t !! — C it S I .SI


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