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MURPHY HIGH SCHOOL
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Table of Contents
llepartments 7 ,
Band ,,,t , , ,,
Sen i ors
Sounds of a new day: Mr. Taylor prepares
to give the morning announcements.
Chips fly as a plank of
wood becomes a table.
Harmonious voices resound through the halls
That Typjy Murphy High chool
Deep notes of a tuba
vibrate in'the air.
A pigeon Coos in
a shaded alcove.
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Graduation practice foretells the end of a high school career.
A I f ry day
1 ll ersation.
Heart And Spirit From Beginning To End
Ten-minute bell sends P. E. students rushing for the dressing room.
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Excited yells fill lllc air us Murphy spirit is umvurked.
Seldom is the heart and spirit of a school easily
determined through simple observation. A fascinat-
ing task this year has been trying to locate actually
where it does lie. Looking at old records, taking
part in extracurricular activities, observing and
talking to students, listening to teachers, and study-
ing the physical features of the campus have final-
ly revealed the obvious answer. The melodious.
discordant, soft, loud, harsh, excited sounds of
Murphy are its heart and spirit . . .
Metal clangs against metal as the fla
is lowered at the end of another day.
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ulet wor s 0 encouragement spo en y an
understanding instructor, the squeak of a new stick
of chalk on a clean blackboard, laughter drift-
ing from the teachers, lounge, stern words directed
to a disobedient student, the busy rustle of papers
being filed in the office, and the whistling of a
maid sweeping in the main building after school
are all sounds characteristic of the work of those
dedicated individuals who serve as members of
the faculty and staff. Little could be accomplished
without their help
President Charles McNeil rapped for order and
thu-s initiated the new term of the Mobile County
School Board. Dr. Cranford H. Burns, Superinten-
dent of Schools, his staff, and the five elected mem-
bers of the School Board work hand in hand. These
school commissioners who serve a six year term are:
Kenneth Reed, ,lack Gallalee, Arthur Smith, Jr.,
and William B. Crane. The basic functions of the
School Board are to co-ordinate the operation of
the schools and to maintain school facilities ef-
ficiently. Over 2,500 instructors who teach more
than 77,000 pupils in 92 public schools comprise
the Mobile Public School System. At the present
the School Board is continuing an extensive build-
ing program to improve the educational standards
of the Mobile community,
School officials discuss problems.
Mr. Taylor Cheers Panthers
Mr. Taylor, principal of Murphy. and Mrs. Fishliurne, his secretary, confer over daily appointments.
Often one may find Mr. Bruce Taylor cheering
the Panthers to a victory, speaking over the public
address, or chatting with students in the halls. Mur-
phy's sixth principal came up through the ranks
in teaching. He started his teaching career after
graduating from Auburn with a BS. degree and
the University of Alabama with his lVi.A. degree.
Beginning as a physical education instructor, he
advanced to earn a position of assistant principal,
which he held in the last year. Mrs. Taylor is the
librarian at Sidney Phillips Junior High.
The Taylors are using their usual kindness in
aiding teenagers in so many important and influf
ential ways. When asked about his feelings toward
teen-agers, Mr. Taylor answered, HI receive enjoy-
ment in heing around them, teaching them, and in
fussingr at themf'
Mr. Taylor prepares to give daily announcements.
Mr. Taylor and Miss Baxter listen to
students try out for Senior Speakers.
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MRS. DORIS H.
MRS. DOROTHY S. BODIFORD, Secretary
MRS. MABEL S. BOTTS, Record Clerk, A. K V.
MRS. MARGARET G. FISHBURNE, Secretary
MRS. MARGARET W. GATES, Store Manager,
MR. ll. F. GRICE, Maintenance, Buildings and
MRS. FRANCES CODWIN, Bookkeeper, A. 8 V.
MRS. JEAN KERN, Bookkeeperg Huffstetler
MISS ESTHER KNUDSEN, A.8V. Office, Man-
ager and Veteran Coord.g U. of Alabama, Presby-
, MRS. RUTH PERDUE, Receptionist
Mrs. Perdue and Mrs. Fishburne discuss the announce-
ments which are to go in the daily bulletin.
Mr. Taylor Rings Introductory Gong
On September 4, 1963, the introductory gong of
the public address was rung by Mr. Raymond B.
Taylor as he began his first year as principal of
Murphy. Mr. Taylor, former assistant principal,
along with his staff, endeavors to make Murphy
High School outstanding in the South in every
respect. A faculty of l26 teachers, many of whom
hold advanced degrees, make this goal easily attain-
able. A new assistant principal, Mr. Henderson
Young, has assumed his duties in the Business Of-
This year the guidance department has increased
from one to four full-time counselors each with a
specific responsibility according to the field in
which he received his special training. Miss Bax-
ter helps with college entrance, Mrs. Stout with
scholarships and financial aid, Mr. Bishop with
career guidance, and Mrs. Posey with high school
Sue Murdock seeks advice on scholarships from
Mrs. Stout of the guidance office.
MR. R. B. TAYLOR, Principalg Auburn U., B.S,,
U. of Alabama, M.A.
MR. DOYLE JAMES, Assistant Principalg Au-
burn U., B.S., U. of Southern Mississippi, M.S.,
MR. HENDERSON B. YOUNG, Assistant Prin-
cipal, Livingston State College, B.S., U. of Ala-
MRS. LOUISE K. HAMIL, Assistant Principal,
Director of Adult and Veteran Divisiong U. of
Alabama, B.S., M.A.
MISS GLADYS BAXTER, Guidance Counselorg
U. of Alabama, B.S.Ed., U. of Southern Missis-
MR. JAMES R. BISHOP, Guidance Counselorg
L.S.U., B.M., M.M.Ed.
MRS. DELILAH D. POSEY, Guidance Coun-
selorg U. of Alabama, B.S., M.S., M.A.
MRS. DOROTHY M. STOUT, Guidance Coun-
selor, Birmingham Southern, B.A., U. of Ala-
MRS. MYRTLE M. SLAUGHTER, Registrar
U. of Alabama, AB.
MRS. RUTH S.
Park College, A.B.
MISS KATHARINE HOPE, English, World Lit-
erature, Huntingdon, A.B., Peabody, M.A., Bible
Study Club, Head of Department
MRS. MARY M. BLACKBURN, English, U. of
Alabama, A.B., Columbia U., M.A.
MRS. MILDRED H. COUSAR, English, Win-
throp College, A.R., William and Mary
MRS. LOIS JEAN DELANEY, English, Speech,
Dramatics, Western Kentucky State Teachers
College, B.A., U. of Alabama, M.A., Four Arts
Club, Senior class
MRS. SARA JANE FULMER, English, Speech,
U. of Mississippi, B.A.
MISS ELIZABETH GREEN, English, Spring
Hill, A,B., Auburn U., M.S., Future Nurses
MRS. RUTH K. GROOM, English, U. of Ala-
bama, A.B,, M.A., .lunior Historic Society
MISS EVELYN HINZ, English, Journalism,
Howard College, AB., Hi-Times, Quill and
MISS VIVIAN JELKS, English, Louisiana State
U., A.B., U. of Alabama, M.S.
MRS. ROBERT N. KELLOCG, English, Special
English, Winthrop College, AB., M.A.
MISS EVA LURA MOORE, English, U. of
Missouri, B.S., M.A.
MISS MARIE A. NICHOLS, English, Alabama
College, B.S., Argument, Inc.
Miss Rhodes reads her students an amusing anecdote
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English Department Claims CTE Winner
English teachers often encourage students to read
aloud both in unison and individually. Oral reading
promotes correct pronunciation and good grammer.
The department places emphasis on writing, too.
In the three years at Murphy, a student is taught
practical usage of grammer along with the informa-
tive and exciting course of literature. Authors rang-
ing from the ancient Creek Homer to the contem-
porary John Steinbeck are studied. World litera-
ture, creative Writing, dramatics, and speech are
elective courses which the English department of-
fers to the student who aspires to obtain a better
foundation in English.
MRS. FLORENCE E.
REPLOGLE, Englishg Au-
burn U., B.S., F.S.U., M.S.
Miss Moore points out to her class various char-
acters from the novels of Charles Dickens
MISS LUCILLE RHODES, English, U. of Ala-
bama, A.B., M.A.
MISS EDITH RICHARDS, English, Alabama
MISS ANNE E. SAVAGE, English, Washington
U., B.A., U. of Southern Mississippi, M.A.
MRS. ELIZABETH SCARBOROUGH, English,
Huntingdon, A. B., Columbia University
MISS MARTHA SEITZLER, English, U. of
Southern Mississippi, B.A.g Y-Teens
MRS. LOUISE D. SMITH, English, Judson
College, A.B., U. of Alabama, M.A.
MISS JO ANNE TERRELL, English, Mary
MISS BETTE JEAN WALLER, English-Ameri-
can History, English-World Historyg U, of Ala-
bama, B.A., M.A., Junior Class
MR. ROY WILKIE, Englislig U. of Alabama,
B.A.g Monitors Service Club
Soczal Sczence Department Instructs
Voices are raised each morning as students and
faculty repeat the Pledge of Allegiance. This exem-
plifies one of the many freedoms the Social Science
department impresses on Murphy students in Ameri-
can history and problems of democracy. American
history, required of all junior students, gives the
heritage and customs of America. Problems of
democracy, mandatory for seniors, imparts work-
ing knowledge of government and economics. Even
though no course is required of sophomores, many
tenth grade students elect the world history course
because of its great value in future studies.
In addition to the material covered in the text-
books, the Social Science teachers give a thorough
course in current events. which inform the students
of the world situation and encourages good reading
habits. All of these studies help in preparing Mur-
phy students for a life of responsible citizenship.
MISS RUTH LIPSCOMB, P.O.D.g U. of Southern
Mississippi, B.S., U. of Mississippi, M.A., Head
MRS. F. LEE BRIDGEWATER, American His-
tory, Illinois State U., B.S., Columbia U., M.A.
MRS. LUCILE HOLLIS COONER, P.O.D., Eco-
nomics, U. of Alabama, A.B., U. of Southern
MR. RICHARD HEFFINGTON, American His-
toryg U. of Alabama, A.B.g Key Club
MRS. HARRIETT RODGERS LILLICH, World
Historyg U. of Alabama, A.B.
MR. MCCARY C. MANCILL, P.O.D.g U. of
Alabama, AB., Carnegie Institute of Technology
Students In Responsible Citizenshqy
MR. ALTON PERRY, American Historyg .lack-
sonville State Teachers College, B.S., George Pea-
body College, M.A.
MRS. RUBY M. PIERCE, P.O.D.g Auburn U.,
B.S., U. of Alabama, M.S.
MR. JOSEPH F. SHARPE, P.O.D., American
History, U. of Alabama, B.S., B.A, Springhill
MR. ROBERT L. SHAW, American History,
Mississippi State U., B.S.
MISS ROBERTHA STEELE, P.O.D., American
Historyg Livingston State College, B.S., Auburn
MRS. JACQUELINE B. TULLOS, American
History, World Historyg E.C., ,I.C., A.A., Delta
State College, B.S.g Booster Club
A L L E N WEAVER
World History, Hunt-
ingdon College, B.A.
Mrs. Bridgewater dictates notes on the Monroe Doctrine to one of her American history classes
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Miss Wall's Students practice their pronunciation in the newly installed language laboratory.
Department Benefits r
MISS .IESSIE MARY GAY, Lating Washington
U., AB., Columbia U., M.A.g Latin Clubg Head
MRS. MARTHA M. BRITT, Spanishg Presby-
terian College, B.A.
MRS. W. W. FULCHER, Spanishg Mary Hardin-
MRS. FLORENCE ROBINSON, Latin, Frenchg
Alabama College, A.B., U. of Alabama, M.A.
MISS BERTHA SPRADLIN, Spanishg Longwood
College, B.S., Columbia U.
MISS MARY STOVALL, Spanishg Texas Chris-
tian U., B.A.g Spanish Club
Miss White directs one of her third year classes
in singing "les chansons franqaisesf'
MISS NANCY N
Germany King Col-
lege, B.A., U. of
MISS ANNIE LOU
WHITE, French g
Oral foreign language practices stream out of the
language laboratory which has been installed to
teach students of French, German, ancl Spanish the
spoken word more effectively. The laboratory makes
the use of audio-lingual materials possible in lan-
guage courses. Latin is offered for four years and
affords students an opportunity to learn about this
ancient language and the Mediterranean civiliza-
tions from which our own culture has originated.
The four language organizations introduce pupils
to the customs of the country whose language is
Mrs. Wilkins points out parallel
planes in a prism to one of her
solid geometry students.
Mr. Griffin explains the slope-intercept method for
graphing a linear equation to his algebra class.
MRS. WILLIE E. REYNOLDS, Trigonometry
and Solid Geometry, College Algebra, Alabama
College, A.B., Auburn U., M.S.g Head of Depart-
MR. NOLAN C. GRIFFIN, Algebra, Plane Geom-
etry, General Math, Howard College, B.S.
MISS HATTIE GUNTER, Algebra, Geometry,
Troy State Teachers College, B.S., Peabody, M.A.
MRS. EDITH LIVINGSTON, Geometry, Algebra,
General Math: U. of Alabama, B.S.
MR. THOMAS L. MCCANN, Trigonometry and
Solid Geometry, Algebra, Geometry, U. S. Naval
Academy, B.S., George Waslrington U., L.L.B.g
MISS VELLA MOON, Algebra, Geometry, Hunt-
ingdon, B.A., U. of Alabama, M.A.
And Concentration Preonils
MISS SANDRA SUE MURRAY, Plane Geom-
etry, Algebra, General Mathg Southeastern Louisi-
ana College, B.S., Florida State U.g Future
Teachers of America
MISS MILDRED PANKEY, Algebra, General
Math, Birmingham Southern, B.A., U. of Ala-
bama, M. A.
MRS. ZELLA ROBERTSON, Arithmetic, Geom-
etry, ,Algebrag Mississippi State College for
MRS. VIRGINIA M. STICKNEY, Algebra, Geometry, U. of Alabama,
B.S., Auburn U., M.S.g National Honor Society
MRS. .IOSEPHINE WILKINS, Algebra, Plane Geometry, Trigonometry
and Solid Geometryg M.S.C.W., B.A., U. of North Carolina, M.A.
Math has become one of the most essential
courses to students in modern day education. Only
sounds of concentration can be heard in the math
building. Unbroken silence of deep attention is
detectable in trigonometry or a new college course
of Algebra III. Clicking of chalk on the blackboard
can be heard in a combined course of plane and
solid geometryjavailable here for the first time
this year. Compasses rotate while protractors
squeak in classes of Algebra I, II, and arithemetic.
Mr. McCann corrects papers while his trig-
onometry class takes a test.
Miss Gunter assists a student in proving that
two triangles are congruent.
MR. CHARLES O. WILLCOX, Physical Educa-
tion, Howard College, A.B.g Head of Department
MR. CHARLES D. ANDERSON, Physical Educa-
tiong Livingston State College, B.S., Auburn U.,
MISS ELOISE FOSTER, Physical Educationg
Alabama Colle-ge, B.S.g The MOHIAN
MRS. ANNE M. CLOVER, Physical Education,
Howard College, B.S.
sissippi State U., B.S.
MR. LE VAUGHN HANKS, Physical Educationg
Troy State College, B.S.
MRS. CARMELA JEFFERIES, Physical Educa-
tion, U. of Alabama, BS., U. of Missouri, M.
Ed.g Troopers Club
MISS CATHERINE McNALLY, Physical Educa-
tion, Georgia Teachers College, BS., Senior
MR. CHARLES MAXIME, Physical Education,
Auburn U., B.S.
Mary Todd Tate demonstrates the correct form for a back dive to Miss Foster's class.
MR. BEN GLOVE-R, Physical Education, Mis-
Emphasis Placed 17, Teamwork
Water splashes from the pool, balls bounce and
tumble on the floor, tennis shoes scuff, and Hdressed
and clean" echoes from the roll call line. The laugh-
ter, whispers, and good times of gym students are
some indications of pleasure taken in the Physical
Education program at Murphy High School.
Thirteen instructors, each greatly interested in the
progress of his pupils, compose the department.
Emphasis is placed upon development of physical
well-being, sports, and team play, and an ability
to Work with others.
Bettye Craddock demonstrates the seat drop
for Mrs. Jefferies' trampoline class.
MISS LOLETE TANNER, Physical Educationg U. of Alabama, B.S.g
MR. ROBERT H. WILLIAMS, Physical Educationg Troy State College,
B.S., Springfield College
James Chaney practices resuscitation in the new
survival course taught by Coach Williams.
B.S.g Student F
Vocational Department Echoes With
MEIER, D.E.g U
of Alabama, B.S.:
ing, Auburn U.g
Special Class, Liv
MR. W. C. NEEL,
ingston State Col-
lege, B.S., U. of
MR. E. C. STEPHENS, Vocational Related Sub-
jectsg Livingston State College, B.S., U. of Ala-
bama, M.A.g D.O. Clubg Head of Department
MRS. JUDITH M. BOURNE, Distrihutive Edu-
cationg Auburn U., B.S.g D.0. Club
MR. C. WHEATLEY CLEVELAND, Electronics,
MR. JOHN R. DEES, JR., Sheet Metal, Spring-
MRS. MARY HALSTEAD, D.O., Commercialg
Belhaven College, B.S., Delta State Teachers
College, Millsaps College, U. of Alabama, D.O.
MR. W. J. MCKNIGHT, Auto Mechanics, College
of Technology, Belfast, Ireland
Mr. Dees supervises the work of Ray Tillman
as he cuts a piece of sheet metal.
From the wing of Murphy known as the Tech
Building come the buzz of a hack saw and the
pounding of a hammer. Directed by Mr. Elton
Stephens, the Vocational Department offers to stu-
dents courses in diversified occupation, distributive
education. sheet metal, machine shop, radio elec-
tronics, auto mechanics, and drafting. The D.O. and
Ulf. Clubs as well as a newly formed affiliation
with the National Distributive Education Clubs of
the U. S. encourage each student to progress in his
field of studyfsales or trade. An active department
of almost three hundred participants is thus enabled
to assume qualities of good citizenship, to contribute
to the community. and to acquire earnings suffi-
cient to maintain a secure and prosperous future.
Mr. Nec-l's drafting class gains valuable experi
ence by learning to use surveying instruments
Mr. Cleveland, radio electronics teacher,
answers a question about transmitters.
All Types Of Future Vocations
MISS CAROL PURIFOY, Accounting, Missis-
sippi State College for Women, A.B.g Head of
MISS JUDY ALLEN, Typing, Shorthand, Cen-
eral Businessg U. of Southern Mississippi, B.S.
MISS MARY RUSSELL COURSON, Typing,
General Businessg U. of Alabama, B.S.
MISS ADDIE HOLMES, Shorthand, Typing,
General Business, U. of Alabama, A.B., Missis-
Sippi State U., M.A.
MRS. ELSIE A. JONES, Office Machines,
Filing, Alabama College, U. of Alabama, B.S.
MRS. KATHRYN B. MCCAA, Typing, Short-
hand, General Business, U. of Southern Missis-
sippi, B.S.g Sophomore Class
Mrs. Mitchell times Sandra Martin's
speed as she takes dictation.
Mrs. Mcllwain helps her business law class
review for their mid-term examination.
Assisted B The Commercial Department
Buzzing machines, clicking typewriters and rapid
note taking are heard in the Commercial Depart-
ment headed by Miss Carol Purifoy.
Increased emphasis has been placed on office
machines this year. Students now have the unique
opportunity to learn the operation of any machine
in any business office. This is one example of the
continuous expansion of this department. Not only
does it cater to Murphy's future business worker,
hut it helps the college-hound senior through a
course in elementary notehand additionally.
Mrs. Savage checks Jeanette Minton's speed test.
MRS. JOAN S. MCILVVAIN, Business Law, Typ-
ing, W'illium Carey College, B.S.
MRS. ANN DYER MITCHELL, Shorthand, Typ-
ing, General Business, Notehandg Belhaven Col-
lege, M.S.C.W., B.S.g Inter-Club Council, Ameri-
can Red Cross
MISS ADONNA MOORE, Record Keepingg U.
of Southern Mississippi, B.S.
Mrs. Jones, office machines teacher, assists
.loyce Norris with lesson number ll.
MRS. DINAH LEE MORROW, Typing, General
Business, Business Lawg Mississippi State U.,
MRS. MAXINE PECK, Typing, General Business,
Shorthand, Belhaven College, Bowling Green
College of Commerce, A.B.
MRS. SUE SAVAGE, General Business, Typing,
Auburn U., B.S.g Future Business Leaders of
Enrzohmemf Courses Ujjfereol Students
Headed by Mr. W. Sitz, the Industrial Arts De-
partment strives to instill in students the apprecia-
tion of manufactured products and to increase the
knowledge of the consumer.
ln the environment of materials and tools, stu-
dents saw wood to make tables, tool leather, Weave
baskets, mold clay, and make papier mache articles.
This department encompasses various courses such
as art, mechanical drawing, crafts, machine shop,
Woodworking, and metal working. These enrichment
courses are one other phase of the general education
program at Murphy High School.
Mr. Usry pauses and listens to the buzz
and whir of motors in the machine shop.
'Vliss Stapleton checks the ceramics made by Suzan Courtney, Diana Fountain, and Danny Long.
Through Industrial Arts
Miss Kennedy, art instructor, discusses first
semester grades with Charles Williams.
MISS CLYDE KENNEDY, Artg U, of Alabama, AB., Art lnstitute of
Chicagog Fan Randlette Art Honor Society
MR. ERNEST A. OWENS, Wootdworkingg Tennessee State, BS., U. of
MISS IRENE STAPLETON, Craftsg U. of Ala- T
MISS JUNE TYSON, Mechanical Drawingg U.
of Alabama, B.S.
MR. T. R. USRY, Industrial Artsg U. of Ala-
bama, B.S.g Visual Education
Miss Tyson helps Bob Symes learn to use
his mechanical drawing instruments.
MISS Lll.LlAN PISTOLE, Biology, Tulane U.,
B.A.g Head of Department
MRS. JOY BARRETT, Biology, Advanced Bi-
ology, Meredith College, U. of Northern Caroline,
MRS. HEDY FOX, Biology, American Historyg
U. of Texas, U. of Alabama, BS.
MRS. ETTA V. FRANTZEN, Chemistry, U. of
Mississippi, HA., Ushers Cluh
MRS. RUTH HEATH, Biology, L.S.U., BS., U.
of Alabama, MA.
MR. C-All. C. LANDRUM, Physics, Advanced
General Sci-it-nee, U. of Southern Mississippi, B.S.g
Hrs. ,lulia Bullock, First Lady of Mobile, shows Shirley Thompson, Lydia Cipson, Carol Vaughan,
and Janice Wiggins, home economics students, an attractive way to prepare a meal.
Loo Work Stressed In Science Courses
Shrieking voices are often heard amid the bub-
bling test tubes and deafening explosions which fre-
quently emerge from the laboratory. Over seven
thousand dollars has been spent on new laboratory
equipment this year. Murphy's students are learn-
ing to use such instruments as oil immersion micro-
scopes, compound microscopes and a microtome.
ln addition to the regular curriculum, the Science
Department is offering for the first time this year
courses for advanced students in biology. The Bio-
logical Sciences Curriculum Study teaches students
to reason scientifically-not to memorize many
facts which are unrelated. Homemaking 2 and 3
and Home Planning are also offered.
MRS. JEAN H. MARLAR, Homemakingg Alabama College, B.S.
MRS. DORIS S. MORRISSETTE, Biologyg Huntingdon, B.A., Colum-
MISS MARTHA PATE, Biologyg U. of Alabama,
MR. R. O. TATUM, Chemistryg Auburn U.,
B.S.g Chem-Bo-Phys Science Club
MRS. LOUISE S. WEDGWORTH, Advanced
General Scienceg Alabama College, BS,
Mr. Tatum observes Tommy Alexander as he
precipitates a salt from a solution.
Mrs. Morrissette's class examines amoebas.
Department Raises Cultural Level
Harmonious voices and instruments characterize
the Music Department which is steadily raising the
cultural level of all Murphy students. At assembly
programs, operettas, and concerts, the melodious
voices of the Special and the Girls' Choruses and
the music of the orchestra are heard. Murphy's
hand, which is led by Mr. Jeffers, is both heard and
seen as it marches onto the field gayly playing
spirited songs at football games and pep rallies.
These sounds and many othersflong to be remem-
bered-are heard at the programs sponsored by the
This year, for the first time, Class Voice is being
taught at Murphy. Under the leadership of Mrs.
Peter, students enrolled in this new class are learn-
ing to do solo work. This way of teaching vocal
technique is very similar to teaching private lessons.
T. PETER, Class
Head of Depart-
MR. LEE E.
Florida State U.,
Mr. Manchester, orchestra director, tight-
ens the strings on a student's violin,
Florida State U.,
Mrs. Peter and Sylvia Houn ell work on
a song in the cr
eatxve music class
Silence Is Golden,
Because of its quiet atmosphere, the library dif-
fers from other parts of Murphy. It is here that
students come to seek the information needed for a
sound education. Assistance in locating reference
material is readily given by Miss Catlin. Mrs. Bur-
nett aids students in finding both fiction and non-
fiction books. Cataloging the reading material is
done by Miss Viclcrey.
The librarians want Murphy students to develop
a sense of consideration for other people. They feel
that this quality will enable everyone to find the
material he needs. Although few students realize
it, librarians are interested in people and books.
Miss Catlin aids Miss Cornelia Zieman, student Library assistant Sarita Rubir 1 woilx
teacher, in locating material for her classes with Mrs. Burnett in Cllttlxlll out boolt
MISS MARTHA C.
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A l a b a m a , A.B.g
Head of Department
W. BURNETT, Lie
tionlg Texas Ul. for
W'omcn, BS., Texas
Christian U., M.A.
Troy Stale. BS., U.
of Alabama. MA.
Maintenance Slfajflllakes Mnlphy
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.lim Scott picks up paper thrown down Willy keeps the Arts Building spotless.
by thoughtless Murphy students.
Annie Ingram helps maintain a clean school. Emma Henderson keeps the Main Hall clean.
High School Showplace Of South
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Dorothy Byrd, Barbara Hayes, Sarah Plielon, and Eliza Dunning clean the cafeteria fifth period.
Swishing and swashing of mops followed by the
steady humming of polishers can be heard echoing
through the corridors of Murphy High School.
Consisting of four trained janitors and thirteen
maids, the maintenance staff operates under the
apt leadership of Mr. Grice. Vffashing windows,
sweeping walks, and cutting grass are the duties
of the ground and building crew. Clattering dishes
and banging pots and pans can be heard in the
cafeteria while the lunchroom crew prepares and
serves meals under the supervision of Mrs. Staple-
ton. Tbe general repairs and upkeep of the campus
are the responsibilities of the janitors. Beginning
work in the middle of August, the active mainten-
ance staff continues working until the first week
of June. The staff worked on the beautification
project with the student body. Appreciation is ex-
tended to the capable workers of the maintenance
staff for their effort to make Murphy a showplace
of the South and a landmark of Mobile.
Bertha Junior and Lorine Pley fold
towels in the girl's gymnasium.
When Murphians are inducted into honor so-
cieties, make dreams and memories to the tune of
the latest hits at the Junior-Senior Prom, and at-
tend an annual musical, they are always keep-
ing Murphyis heart and spirit alive. In these and
many other extracurricular activities more than
elsewhere, that elusive spirit and heart vibrate with
song and dance, enlightened talk, and even excited
screams. mirthful laughter, and sighs of relief.
Sophomores meet new counseling staff.
Miss Waller coordinates assembly
Mr. James reviews school rules.
Coach Anderson Miss Baxter explains
gains approval Junior testing program.
Murphians conclude assembly with enthusiastic cheer.
pening Assemblies rientate Students
To accustom the newcomers, a group of eager
and yet anxious Sophomores, with the policies and
rules for students was the purpose of the opening
assembly. As they attentively listened and watched,
the administrators presented informative tall-is on
Murphy procedure. curriculum and testing.
The new guidance program was explained and
it was stressed that all students avail themselves
of its opportunities. Mr. Raymond B. Taylor heads
the administration as principal, and in his address
he urged assistance to uphold and maintain Nlur-
phfs high standards by abiding by the rules.
Sophomore officer candidates, Roy Benton, Sherry Chamberlain, and Jimmy Robinson, give speeches.
Cheerleaders, Barbara, Jane, Danna, and .loy lead the chorus of faithful Murphy supporters
Spz, rzted Cheers FLZZ The A LT
lVlurphy,s spirit bottle overflowed with animated
cheers each time its top was uncorked. This new
spirited idea was introduced at the annual Home-
coming pep rally. Both the queen and her court
were announced, and all Murphy students were
urged to come to the game that night. At another
pep rally, held after the Murphy-Vigor game, a
memher.of the Vigor Key Club presented Murphy's
student hody with the traditional football trophy.
The victorious Panthers proudly accepted the trophy
and expressed the wish that it remain at Murphy.
Coach Anderson, head football coach, predicts
a victory over the Lanier Poets.
Chuck Dunn takes advantage of the
chance to drink a coke.
Murphy students prepare to leave on the bus
trip to Montgomery.
Singing Murphians Leave On Bus Trips
Singing, cheering Murphians left Mobile at 3:00
o'cloCk Friday afternoon, November 1 for Mont-
gomery, Alabama, and our celebrated football game
against Sidney Lanier High School. Led by repre-
sentatives of the Student Council and cheerleaders,
spirits were elevated even higher before the stadium
was reached. After the Panthers smashed the Poets,
there was no slowing the elated Murphians, and
even as the buses neared Mobile at 2:00 o,clock
Saturday morning echoes of Murphyis fight song
and alma mater rang through the streets.
A similar and equally victorious trip was made
to Pensacola, Florida for the last game of the
season. Again the Panthers conquered their op-
ponents, adding the extra measure of excitement
to the trip home for the Murphy students.
Suzanne Powell checks to see that
everyone is on the bus.
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Suzanne Powell checks roll before bus leaves. Eager Murplrians board bug for Pensacola,
Murphyas Student Council Hosts State
Student Council leaders, Frank Powell, President, Miss Sparkman, Sponsorg Shannon Davis, Trcasurerg Suzanne Powell,
Fecreturyg and ,losie Hush, Vice President, discuss housing of delegates for the convention of the Alabama Association
of Siudcnt Councils in April, here at Murpliy High School.
Frank Powell presides over weekly meeting of
the Representative Council.
An active Representative Council--the backbone of Murphy.
Whispering voices are hushed as the banging of
the gavel opens every Student Council meeting.
Both a Governing Council, composed of the four
Student Council officers and all class officers, and
a Representative Council. composed of the section
representatives, make up lVlurphy's Student Council.
To promote lN'lurphy's school spirit, the council
planned bus trips to Lanier and Pensacola football
games, sold blue and gold shakers, collected School
Spirit Petitions for a contest sponsored by a local
radio station, and sold stationery with a picture of
Murphy on the front.
On April l6-19. the Alabama Association of Stu-
dent Councils held its convention at Murphy. Four-
teen committees were set up to work on the con-
vention, which was the main project of the year. As
host of the convention, Murphyls student council
gladly welcomed over five hundred delegates.
Governing council outlines convention plans.
Sophomore Jackie ferome Wins Science
Scott Wilson explains his project "Blood Typing and Grouping," which took first in chemistry.
Silence prevailed in the Biology Hall during the
Murphy Science Fair. ln the field of chemistry,
Scott Wilson won first place with his project "Blood
Typing and Grouping? In mathematics, Bobby
Passmore's ulnfinite Dimensional Graphn took first
place. Second was Leighton Derr and third Rod
Farb. The first place in physics was won by David
Revere for his project NThe Measurement of the
Speed of Soundf, Arley Hamilton won second place,
and Dan Crane won third place. HA Two Year Study
of Radiated Rabbits" by Jackie Jerome was the
first place Winner in biology. Second place was
won by George Cole and third place by Tom Meyer.
Jackie Jerome's project was voted the most out-
standing project of the fair.
Donna Hardin and Linda Shoemaker admire Bobby
Passmore's blue ribbon math project.
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the annual Science fair.
Dorn Thompson makes last minute check on his entry
Bronwyn Burks and Sharlene Smith look at rabbits raised for radiation project.
Sections work hard to collect food.
Ed Smelser and Dee Clarke fill the Salvation
Army's bus with food and toys.
Aubrey Parrish leads the Madrigals in HFum,
Fum, FIIIHJ, an old Spanish carol.
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Ellen Laden, India Inge, and Judy Schaub sur-
vey Christmas haskets in the cafeteria.
Mr. Manchester directs the Orchestra and Special Chorus as they prepare for the Christmas assembly
Caro ls Through Murphy 5 Ha lls
Cay laughter, festive music, gleeful singing, and
merry shouts typified the spirit of Murphians as
the Yuletide season approached. The Special Chorus
and the Orchestra added to the gaiety with a pro-
gram of Christmas music presented to the student
body in three assemblies. The halls were brightly
decorated as each section competed for prizes
awarded to the cleverest doors. Murphians demon-
strated true Christmas spirit as they filled a number
of baskets with food, clothing, and toys for needy
families in the Mobile area.
Kathy Foutz, Marie and Mary McConaghy provide
music during the Christmas assembly.
Student hostess Jamie Wacker serves
refreshments to Mr. Joe Hood.
Mrs. Pierce enjoys chatting about
her students with Mr. Hebert.
Mr. Tatum ponders a parent's question,
Mrs. Hudson voices delight as she meets
student teacher Miss Zieman.
Jackie Jerome greets parents at the reception.
Interested Parents Attend Reception,
Mrs. Poole relaxes after P.T.A. reception.
Thursday, October 17, was the night of the first
Murphy P.T.A. meeting of the year. The officers
for the coming year were introduced, and the par-
ents and teachers assembled in the auditorium were
welcomed by Mr. Taylor. Then a brief business
session was conducted.
After the meeting was adjourned, the parents and
teachers proceeded to the cafeteria for the re-
ception. The teachers were grouped alphabetically
for easy location by parents, who used as guides
their children's schedule cards. Student hostesses
served refreshments as parents and teachers be-
The reception, which was attended by several
hundred, afforded interested parents an outstanding
opportunity to meet their childrenis teachers and
discuss with them any particular problem that
their children were encountering in their work.
Eight Murphy Seniors ualqfy
Silence prevailed in March as many Juniors took
the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
This September nine Murphians were notified that
they were semifinalists. Price Russ, Jean Clarke,
Pat L. Carter, David Shirley, Dan Crane, Lia Vel-
lianitis, Bobby Howle, Lynne Mueller, and George
Fields are located in the top two thirds of the top
one per cent of high school seniors in the country.
Finalists .lean Clarke and Arnalia Vellianitis
enjoy the first warm weather of spring with
their friend Humphrey, Murpl1y's mascot.
National Merit Scholarship Finalists, David Shirley and
Price Russ, check scholarships available to them.
As National Meat Finalists
The semifinalists must turn in a personal refer'-
ence form and an autobiographical record by No-
vember first of their senior year. They must turn in
a financial report and also take the Scholastic Apti-
tude Test in December. Every semifinalist is made
a finalist after the above two steps. Ten per cent of
the finalists obtain scholarships. However, a list
of all semifinalists is sent to all colleges.
Dan Crane and Pat Carter check information
on National Merit tests in December.
Relaxing after taking National Merit tests
are Lynne Muller and George Fields.
Senzor Lrls Partzctpate In Pageant
Muted voices filled with anticipation and the
buzzing chatter of excited students backstage added
to the anxiety as thirteen senior girls prepared to
be presented to the senior class. These thirteen, as
well as three others not present for this assembly,
were competing for the privilege to represent Mur-
phy in lVIobile's famed Azalea Trail Pageant. They
had been selected through a series of eliminations
from a group of seventy girls who were nominated
to take part in the competition by their section
teachers. Eight of the sixteen girls were selected
by the senior class after the assembly. These eight
girls then entered competition with girls represent-
ing the other Mobile County high schools, and five
of them Diedra Donald, Bonnie O,Donnell, Becky
Greer, Melissa Robertson and Becky Spottswood,
were chosen ,Azalea Trail Maids.
Azalea Trail aspirants Bonnie O'Donnell, Judy Jerome, and
Mimi Lafree wait backstage to be introduced to the senior class.
Thirteen of the lxtecn SCIlHf1I13.l1 t Cho en from Murphy H1 h are: K. Wliitespunner, M. Robertson, S. Kelley.
J Polawada D Lavender B Greer D Donald J Jerome TVI Lafree, B. O'Donnell, S. Powell, B. Spotswood,
H Wooldnd e Not pictured are L Rutland S Lon andS Kimbrough.
Maids representln Murphy are D Donild B Greer, B. Spottswood, M. Robertson.
Murphian Chosen Lady-Inf Waiting
When 4'Miss Azalea Trailv for 1964, Janice
Fayard of Bishop Toolen High, was officially
crowned on November 23, Bonnie O'Donnell was
named as one of her ladies-in-waiting. Then during
January and February, Bonnie traveled with Janice
and another lady-in-waiting, Ann Smith, on a tour
sponsored by the Mobile Junior Chamber of Com-
merce to promote the Azalea Trail and Americals
Junior Miss Pageant. In each of the eight states
which the girls visited, they charmed audiences with
their graciousness and Winsome smiles.
Bonnie O'Donnell accepts her awards
after being chosen lady-in-waiting.
Mr. and Hrs. Scarborough and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Taylor
The "Highlights" of Vigor enliven members and guest
are honorees at banquet.
s with gay singing.
Mr. Bob Palmer, noted speaker, adds humor and
variety to D.E.-D.O. festivities.
Murphy and Vigor D.E. club presidents, Barbara
Brannon and Edgar Davis, enjoy joint banquet.
D O And D E Clubs Honor Employers
Gay music by the Highlights combined with ovial
laughter to make the 26th Annual Employer-
Employee Banquet an event to commemorate. This
year the Murphy D.O. Club invited the D.O. and
DE. clubs of Vigor, and the DE. club of Murphy,
to join them in honoring their employers. The
banquet was held at the Admiral Semmes. Among
the honorees were the Murphy D.O. and D.E. club
sponsors, the Vigor DD. and DE. club sponsors,
and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Taylor. Mr. Bob Palmer,
well known for his helpful service in the D.O.
clubs, was the guest speaker at the 1964 Banquet.
Barbara Brannon, President of the D.E. Club, gives the
welcoming address at the annual D.E.-D.O. Banquet.
.lunior Class Officer Marty Donald Rep Karen Locke Rep.g Suzanne Mclnvale, V. Pres.g Norva Potter,
Pres Patsy Strickland Sec Dee Clark Rep Mary Lou Sandoz, Rep.
Twilight Time I5
As the music from the Roy Choice band rose
and the lights dimmed, the theme of the 1964
Junior-Senior Prom was revealed as 'Twilight
Timef' Norva Potter, President of the Junior Class,
led the Prom. Norva's escort was Paul Moss. Fol-
lowing the presentation of the Junior Class officers
and their dates, the Student Council officers and
their dates entered and were presented. Biba Cas-
sanova, lVlurphy's Exchange student from Italy and
honorary member of the Student Council, and Bill
Porter, her escort were presented. Karl Kerzic, the
President of the Senior Class, with his date Hetty
Cunningham closed the dance. Refreshments were
served during intermission. Then the favors of
blue and gold Murphy banners were presented.
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Murphy alumnus, Robert Bruner, emcees prom. Senior Class President, Karl Kerzic, chose Hetty
Cunningham to close Jr.-Sr. Prom.
Chosen As Theme Of 19641 fr.-Sr. Prom
Senior Class Officers: Barbara Lott, Rep.g Don Siegelman, V.P.g Brenda Mills, Sec., Karl Kerzic, Pres.,
Shannon Miller, Treas.: Irvin Grodsky, Rep., Evelyn Aikens, Rep.g Willie Britton, Rep.
fnnior Class Honors Seniors At The Prom
Carla Muslin and Danny Bollman receive favors from Karen Locke and Tommy Alexander.
Cliaperones, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Siegelman, Mrs. W. F. Wooldridge, Mrs. M. L. Powell, Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Robinson, enjoy watching fun-loving students at prom.
Held In The Cafeteria n February 2
Sr. Class President, Karl Kerzic, dances Excited Juniors decorate for prom.
with Jr. Class Sponsor, Miss Waller.
Murphy students dance to the music of Roy Choice and his orchestra.
Mr. .lack Crisp, announcer for
VVTUF, was Master of Ceremonies
at Panther Spirit Night.
Ann Moss and Rene Spencer count votes to see who will
be chosen Mr. and Miss Panther. Spirit for 1964.
Candidates for Senior Favorites Becky Greer, Bob Gray, Shannon Miller, Charles Harris, Brenda Mills, lrvin Crodsky,
Danna Lavender, George Fields, and Diedra Donald are presented on stage hefore a glittering skyline of Mobile.
Dedication of 1964 MUHIA Announced
Hushed whispers rose from the audience as the
curtains parted, revealing the skyline of Mobile
glittering in the twilight as a backdrop for a patio
scene overhung with Spanish moss. The scene was
the setting for Murphy's fifth annual Panther Spirit
Night, presented by the MOHIAN Staff on Friday
night, February lxl-, in the school auditorium.
Mr. .lack Crisp, the emcee for the evening, began
the presentations with the introduction of the can-
didates for Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Class
Favorites, which was followed by the introduction
of thirty-eight Outstanding Seniors as selected by
A highlight of the evening was dedication of
the 19641 lVlOl-llAN to Mr. R. B. Taylor, lVlurphy's
principal and faculty member for eleven years.
The candidates for Mr. and Miss Panther Spirit
were introduced, and the program reached its con-
clusion as the top officers of the 1965 MOHIAN
Senior Favorite candidates Count the min-
utes remaining before curtain time.
Mary Elizabeth Adams and Amy Deluplaine honor Mr. and Mrs. Taylor during the dedication ceremony.
MOHIAN staff members congratulate Pat Skelton, Editor-in-Chief for 1965,
Miss White enjoys a refreshing Coke during the dance at P.S.N.
HAVE A '
The audience waits in suspense
as Lucy Rutland reveals the
dedication of the 1964. MOHIAN.
Fun And aiety Highlight PSN Dance
Music drifted across the Murphy campus as the
Panther Spirit Night dance began. In the cafeteria,
which was decorated to portray Old Mobile, Mur-
phians and their friends danced tothe latest tunes
while the votes for Mr. and Miss Panther Spirit
were being counted. When the anxiously awaited
results of the tahulations were announced, Gwinelle
Phares and Tom Hart were awarded the trophies
inscribed with their newly-won titles-Mr. and Miss
Panther Spirit. The gaiety and excitement then con-
tinued until the dance concluded at midnight.
Kathie Cowles and ,lean Clark mark Nancy Lucius
and David Peterson at the P.S.N. dance.
Susan Kimbrough concentrates on pinning a corsage on MOHIAN staff advisor, Miss Foster.
Mary Elizabeth Adams presents trophies to Mr. Frank Powell and Barbara Lott enjoy talking
and Miss Panther Spirit of 1964, Tom Hart and between dances at Panther Spirit Night.
Gwinelle Phares, at the P.S.N. dance.
Heading the 1965 Mohian staff will be Pat Skelton, editorg Ann Moss, assistant
editorg Gail Rider, assistant editorg and Susan Lingo, business manager.
Mr. Arid Miss Panther Spirit
As Selected By Popular Vote
Gwmelle Phares Tom Hart
National Honor Society National Honor Society
Special Chorus Key Club
The Madrigals U h Cl b
Junior Historic Society I t Cl h C l
FourAr1s club 7l B r Cl b
Escorts and maids: William Britton, Brenda Millsg David Yeager, Nikki Westong Bill Winter, Suz-
anne Mclnvaleg Danny Sherridan, Paula Raiderg Talbot Steele, Bonnie O'Donnellg Don Siegelman, Hel-
en Wooldridgeg Frank Powell, Evelyn Aikensg Paul Moss, Norva Pottery Harold Dozier, Judy Willson.
H, 'N anfare introduction of the ,63 Homecoming
' urt and crowning of Queen Bonnie 0'Donnell
gm! mn! 'I brought Panthers, spirits to a high pitch at the
l field assembly Friday afternoon. Further adding
at to the excitement were a pep rally and car parade
23, U I-H: which really put Murphians in the mood to uSwat
F the Yellow Jackets" at the game that night. Fate
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Senior maid, Helen Wooldridge, gives
tips to sophomore maid, Paula Raider,
played right into the hands of the Panthers, for
with their halftime lead victory seemed certain.
and Murphians enthusiastically paid a tribute to
their homecoming court as the maids and escorts
were presented to the public. A festive dance in the
cafeteria after the game ended homecoming.
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Leland Allen rejoices over score.
Homecoming Queen, Bonnie O'Donnell, is crowned by Senior Class President, Karl Kerzic,
as escort, Talbot Steele, and crown bearer, Katie Miller, look on.
Gaiety Reigns At Murphy Homecoming
Loyal Murphians cheer team to victory.
It was nothln says Doble to a covey of admiring girls.
The Four Arts Club
Applause echoed through Murphy's auditorium
as the curtain fell on the Four Arts Club produc-
tion of The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. The de-
lightful adventure of the 'aincorrigible Dobief, the
schemes of beautiful Helen, plus the stupidity of
Petey and the helpfulness of Bonnie assisted in
tangling the play into hilariously funny situations.
Dobie is a midget of a fellow who has the odd
knack of getting into nothing but trouble and
having a hard time getting out. When he decides
to hire a big name band for a school dance and to
win the heart of naughty Helen, the result is dis-
astrous. Everything worked out in the end.
Mrs. Delaney advises, '4Hit your noun
Petey helps Adele with her suitcase.
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"We fracture the people."
"She's free at last."
Tim Osborne and Sharon Varhley touch up
i'Plea5e, Petey, for mef' says Helen. "You're the most gorgeous girl in the world."
Mrs. Delaney Produces Her 38511 Play
'iWe can use the Echo's camera equipment. Limbo will want a lm of picturesfl
"That isn't the culprit."
With great stamina and devotion, Mrs. Delaney has
spent many hours on dramatics here. "Dobie" was
her thirty-eighth play at Murphy.
uHello, this is Dobie Gillis
HI lost my arrow, Dobief,
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Will, Aunt Eller and Curly go OVEI cl song from OKLAHOMA.
Voices LW In
Curly tells Aunt Eller his plans to ask her
niece, Laurey, to the box supper.
The woices of the OKLAHOMA ca t rm out as
Annie listens as Will tells her
that he is very fond of her.
From the center of the Murphy High School
stage came voices raised in 'tOh, What a Beautiful
lVlorning,!', excited bids for Annie's box supper,
the suave language of Ollie the Peddler, the sad pon-
derings of "Pore Daid Judfi and the lyrical duets
of Laurey and Curly as the music department gave
its presentation of Rodgeris and Hammersteinls HO-
klahomalw With the leadership of Mrs. Myrtle Peter
and combined efforts of the hand and music stu-
dents the Oklahoma farmland was brought to life
in the Murphy auditorium. The colorful persons
of cowboy Curly, murderer Jud, Ado Annie and
her miserly father Andrew, Ollie the peddler, and
Aunt Ellerls niece Laurey, united in performances
beginning March 214, 196-4. A yearly event, the op-
eretta involves a large cast, a great deal of practice,
and hours of planning in order to perpetuate the
traditions of the Murphy High School production.
Aubrey Parish, Jud, and Beth Garrett, Laurey, rehearse
their parts in the operetta.
Jud tells Curly the problems confronting him.
they sing the theme song of the operetta.
Miss Evelyn Hinz, Hi Times sponsor, and .ludy
Cherniak, Editor, plan the next edition.
Rhythmic typewriters and clicking cameras, the
hustle of busy students, and the guiding voices of
editors and managers are prominent sounds as the
1964 Hi Times staff prepares an issue of Murphy's
top-ranked newspaper. The editorial department,
headed by Judy Cherniak and the business depart-
ment, managed by Price Russ and Mentor Catlin,
comprise a staff publishing one of the finest high
school papers in the nation. This fall for the third
year, the Hi Times won UExcellent" rating in Class
A competition at Alabamais High School Press As-
sociation Convention. This award sustains a prev-
ious record of over thirty national and state awards
over a fifteen year period. Under the supervision of
Miss Evelyn Hinz, this year's staff is concentrating
on a newspaper of a more vivid make-up.
ln addition to staff work, these students have
also assumed the beautification of Murphy7s court-
yard and pool.
Leon Maisel, Leslie Pope, Jimmy Linaras, Sharon Ehman, Gini Hamilton, Linda Ehman, Kay
Sanford, .lane Hardesty, Pat Farb, Darby Luxemburg, Ginger Heacock, Amelia Ferniany,
Barbara Stern, and Martha Stevenson look over the new edition of the Hi Times.
ff Award-Winning Hi Times
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Sidra Scott, Virginia Therell, Susan Rapier, Richard Tolpin, Anita Ritchie, Jennifer
Polewoda, and Ellen Laden study layout techniques.
The Hi Times business staff, Mentor Catlin, Johnny Bolen, Bill Heath, and J. D. Brown are
Price Russ and Katherine Enger, prepare bills. busy beautifying Murphy's courtyard.
Petey Sparks, Circulation Manager, and Amy Dela-
plaine, Business Manager, check boxes of staff
members during the campaign.
Constant mumbles, grumhles, and occasional yells
echo throughout lVlurphy's MOHIAN room every
day, as the thirty-eight staff members type tripli-
cates, count characters, draw layouts, and Write
cutlines. Under the capalole guidance of Miss Fos-
ter, the twenty-six seniors, who are aided by twelve
juniors endeavor to portray all of the outstanding
events and activities of the school year accurately.
Members of the staff often work after school, at
night, and on weekends struggling to meet the
last-minute deadlines. By combining coordination,
spirit, and patience. the MOHIAN staff is able to
sell ads, hold the subscription drive and sponsor
Panther Spirit Night. Choosing as this yearis motto,
uluook for more in l96:lff' the staff strives to intro-
duce new methods and to improve old ones.
Sophomore and Junior directories are compiled by Gall Rene Spencer, Assistant Layout Editor, and
Rider Asslstant Recordm Editor Carmen Ca ti hone Sheila Wagster, Layout Editor, work with
and Anne Bechtelhelmer Recordim Editors Lynn Bagwell, Faculty Editor on her layouts
"Look For More In 964'9
Class pictures are divided into the separate classes
by Sandra Merrill and Deloris Bankston, Senior Class
Editors, .lean Clarke, Sophomore Class Editor, and Ruth Nelson,
Junior Class Editor.
Typists Babs Kretzer, Barbara Smith, and Barbara Rowellxcoinplete triplicates.
Lucy Rutland, Editor-in-Chief, reviews thc dummy,
as Assistant Editors, Lisa Via and Mary Elizabeth
Adams, proofread copy for the Faculty section.
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Susan Kimbrough, Advertising Manager, checks
contracts with her Junior Assistant, Annette
Kahn as the campaign closes.
Q Dan Hanson, Photographer, teaches Macy Tuttle, Assistant
i Student Council Editor, and Sarah Long, Student Council
Editor, how to dry pictures in the darkroom.
The Lilerarv Staff, Writers Katie Watterson, Kathie Cowles, Assistant Writers Janelle Ernest, Lee Cronenberg, Ann Moss, Literary
Editor Lia Vellianitis and Writer Virginia Blaokmarr, works on the writesups for various sections of The 1964 MOHIAN.
Assistant Class Editors Dorothy Bodden, Pat Skelton, and Susan Lingo
check class section triplicates for errors before the deadline.
MOHIAN Staff Benefits From Workshops
Cheryl Monroe, Sports Editor, collaborates with Helen Wool-
dridge, Art Editor, on the Sports Division page.
Clicking cameras and the noisy ringing of type-
writer hells typify the opening of school and the
beginning of the historical record of the school
year, The 19614 MOI-IIAN. The early Spring of
l963 found the 196-l staff attending Weekly plan-
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ning workshops for the purposes of acquainling the
staff with the yearbook, and to begin laying the
ground work of the annual. Receiving instruction
from workshops in Tuscaloosa, New York, Florida,
and Chicago. the MOHIAN staff used the accumu-
lated information for careful planning of our book.
Club pictures are scheduled by Roberta Murphy,
Club Editor, Carol Adams, and Becky Bodden, the As-
sistant Club Editors.
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Violinists Mary Mcflonaghy, Arthur Cronenherg.
Nancy Engstrom, and Harriet Nihart give close
attention to the care of their instruments. Diligent study is required for eellists Greta
Champlin, Eddie Forsythe, and Rose McCurley
Orchestra members: First Roux: Kathy Foutz, Greta Champlin. Eddie Forsythe, Rose McCur1ey, Marie
McC0naghy. Second Row: Harriet Nihart. Katy Lou Warren, Mary Mcflonaghy, Danny Shoemaker, Joan
Scott, Mr. Manchester, Faye Nolte, Sandra Lowry. Third Row: Nancy Engstrom, Gene Ericson,
Arthur Gronenberg, Ed Harris, John Sharp.
Melodic Strings Rate All State Award
String and wind instruments combine as melod-
ious tones when the Murphy orchestra plays both
classical and popular music for the entertainment
of fellow students. Mr. Charles Manchester, Director,
trains the thirty-five orchestra members in the his-
tory of music as well as in the mechanical skills of
playing. All members must have a fundamental
knowledge of music, and each must show a degree
of mastery on an instrument. Besides providing
music for the school play and the operetta, the or-
chestra presents the Christmas program for the TB
Hospital, a spring concert, and represents Murphy
in the All-State Orchestra. i
Mr. Manchester explains the details involved
in tuning and stringing a violin to students
Marie and Mary McConaghy, ,loan Scott. Arthur
Cronenherg, and Nancy Engstrom.
Members of the orchestra prepare to play carols durm the Cllfl tmas assembly
Bottom Row: Shirley Hopkins, Judy Harbaugh, Sandra Moon, Lucy Kellogg, Ethel Hicks. Middle
Row: Marvin Baldwin, Romona McCoy, Glenn Nelson, Joe Bodden, Freddy Miller. Top Row: Harry
Evens, Charles Jones, .led Denmark, Chuck Evans.
Murphyps Band Rings
Bollom Row: Bill Provost, Cathy Lane, Ann Armus, Patsy Hall, Robert Wilson. Middle Row: Carolyn Buckley, .lackie Jerome
Dorothy Bitlner. Diane Bands. Top Row: Donald Watles, Robert Beid, Woody Burden, Ronnie Brown.
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Bottom Rota: Ben De Van, Brenda Lowry, Don Cox, Dickie Kellogg, Boyette Hunter. Middle Row:
Tommy Quimby, Kenneth Smith, Richard Tolpin, John Arms, Don Felio, John Morrison. Top
Row: Charles Yanny, John Meyer, Lloyd Gardner.
hythm With A New Director
Murphy has a marching band that creates a
spirit of excitement in the hearts of people who de-
light in good music and makes listeners aware of
memories of their alma mater. Drum major Bill
Provost produces the shrill sound of a whistle to
start each half-time show as Murphy's new band
leader aids participants on the field by giving di-
rections with the wave and rap of his stick. The
new director this year is Mr. Lee Jeffers.
The ninety lively members of the HA" band en-
tertain at football games, perform at civic functions,
and compete in state and district festivals which
are held annually.
Mr. Jeffers talks with former student
Don Bailey, at the Pensacola game.
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Bottom Row: Jack Weinstein, Leo Jernigan, Dismay characterizes the faces of Drum Major
Lakhi Mohnani. Middle Row: Bill Stubblefield, Bill Provost and Majorette Judy Marcos as Pen-
Cury Johnson, Ed Guerry. Top Row: Alan Previto, sacola gets the extra point.
Ronnie Gibson, James Formby.
Botlom Row: Bobby Carder. George Britt, Cecil Yarborougll, Betty Todd, Geary Walton. Middle Row: Fred Savell, Rod
Furln. Jerald Savell. Micky Cowart. Top Row: Willie Britton, Jerry King, Eric Marreri, Robert Cowden.
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Billy Blackledge and Micky Cowart play Alma Mater at final game Lakhi Mohnani sets rhythm for cheers.
Batons Swish As Crowds View Twirlers
During this year's football season, people at
the games viewed Murphy's majorettes while these
talented girls performed many technical routines
for the pleasure of the crowd. The majorettes added
sparkle and enjoyment to the entertainment of the
lively marching hand. A rhythm of tramping boots
and twirl of batons helped to regain spirit in the
hearts of all. These misses also make up their own
The sponsor and director of the group, Mr. Lee
Jeffers, had the task of selecting three girls who
were best qualified for the opening according to
their ability to play some hand instrument and
continue in the "Aw band.
Judy Holley, Dian Lincks, and Judy Marcos salute the crowd after their performance.
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Sr. lnductees: Sue Murdock, Sharon Smith, Cwinelle Phares, Nancy Lucius, Virginia Blackmarr, Arvin King. Second Row:
Barbara Lott, Beverly Shearer, Theresa McRee, Gerry Sibley, Bonnie 0'Donnell. Third Row: LeMerle Curry, Cheryl Wiggins,
Linda Sims, Kay Tillman, Gloria Friedberger, Susan Kelley, Liz Skinner, Russell Hawes. Fourth Row: Susan Kimbrough,
Kathie Cowles, Ellen Laden, Robbie Hoffman, ,ian Gremlin, Virginia Hammond, Leland Wright.
Each year as the Words, "I light the candle of
Scholarship from the Eternal Flame of Knowledge,"
are heard, a hushed silence falls over the audience,
while Murphy students respectfully Witness the in-
duction of National Honor Society members. To at-
tain membership a student must possess the qual-
ities of character, leadership, service and scholar-
ship in the form of at least a 3.5 grade average and
a top five percent ranking for juniors and a top
ten percent for seniors.
In memory of their late sponsor, the Murphy
National Honor Society named its chapter the Inez
Langham Memorial Chapter. A-s faculty advisor for
thirteen years, Mrs. Langham will be remembered
for her real interest and unselfish work in National
.lr, inductees: First Row: Mary Craton, Sharyn Varhely, Sandy Davis, Linda Beville, Martha Donald, Bebs Kay, Kathy
Foutz. Second Row: Jeanne Shearer, Macy Tuttle, Linda Ravier, Becky Clapp, Emilie Olson, .ludy Harbaugh, Mary Lou
Sandoz. Third Row: Lee Cronenberg, Harriet Bril, Ann Moss, Rene Spencer, Lynn Fonde, Kay Ciddens. Fourth Row: Gail
Rider, Francis Wallace, Linda Whisenhart, Emily England, Greg Leatherbury. Fifth Row: Howell Slaughter, Dan Chaddick,
Glenn Sigler, Bobby Mclaemore, Jim Hardy.
Mics gtickney Sponsor and John Barrett, Officers: John Barrett, Pres., Pat Carter, Sec., David Peterson, V.-Pres.g
Prgsicient assist Secretzuy Pat Carter in Katie Watterson, Chaplain, Virginia Iverson, Treas.g Randy Bryars, Historian
inducting new members.
Honor Society Reveals Inoluctees
Members: First Row: .ludy Cherniak, Susan Grenade, Ann Selby, Amy Delaplaine, Puddin Levine, Ethelyn Hardesty, Amalia
Vellianitis. Second Row: Virginia Iverson, Mary Elizabeth Adams, Nancy Gay, Martha Atkins, Harriet Robinson, Lynn Crawford,
Jane Parker. Third Row: Frank Powell, Roberta Murphy, Katie Watterson, Lucy Rutland, Shannon Miller, Marion Head, Pat
Carter. Fourth Row: Aubrey Parrish, Martin Rollins, Dan Crane, Tom Hart, David Shirley.
Junior lnductees: First Row: Hean Dixon, Laron Blanton, Janie Silverman, Beth Pollard, Janice Johnson, Shiela 1
Smith, Mary Strickland, Linda Stopeley, Barhara Jones, Second Row: Linda Wilson, Connie Watler, Betty W
Johnson, Tom Aycock, Tommy Alexander, Robert Scott, Genie Merchant, Ann Syltieg Third Row: Alan Olsen
Boyette Hunter, Reese Horton, Craig Turner, Edmond Smith.
Members: First Row: Helen Wooldridge, Judy Holley, Virginia Pate, Sarita Rubira, Susan Rapier, Lynn Bagwell, Bronwyn
Burksg Second Row: Carmen Castiglione, Jean Clarke, Janice Hutcherson, Cheryl Monroe, Sandra Merrill, Suzanne Powell,
Sarah Longg Third Row: Linda Williams, George Fields, Bobby Passmore, Donald Bliss, Price Russ, John Boleng Four!
Row: Richard Riddle, Randy Bryars, David Peterson, lrvin Crodsky, John Barrett.
Speakers Relate Symbolism O Candles
Induction Speakers: Virginia Iverson, David Peterson, Irvin Grodsky, Amalia Vellianitis.
Linda W'iI1iz1ms solemnly pro-
ceeds to stage for ceremony.
Members: First Row: Carmen Castiglione, Lisa Via, .ludy Cherniak, Jennifer Polewoda, Martha Stevensong Second
Row: Lucy Rutland, Mary E. Adams, Katherine Engcr, Diane McCoy, Cheryl White, Ginger Heacockg Third Row:
Mentor Catlin, Price Russ, Sandra Merrill, Alan Ripps, Anita Richie.
Often found exchanging views on their respective Those staff members who have a "B" average for
publications are members of Nlurphy's Quill and the last semesters of English, and who have been
Scroll. This international society is organized as a recommended by the supervisor of their publication
means of recognizing exceptional high school jour- are eligible for induction into the society. The in-
nalists, and is 'sponsored by Miss Evelyn Hinz. duction takes place in early February.
Speakers: Katherine Enger, Carmen Custiglione. Lisa Via, Martha Stevenson, Ginger Heacock, Mary E. Adams, Diane McCoy.
Members Discuss Publications
Publications Editors, Lucy Rutland and
Judy Clierniak, exchange congratulations.
Sandra Merrill calls names of inductees as
Mentor Catlin waits to administer pledge.
Sandra Merrill, Secretary-Treasurcrg Jennifer
Polewoda, Presidentg and Martha Stevenson, Vicm
President welcome new members into society.
Lisa Via taps Susan Rapier for Quill and
Scroll as Roberta Murphy waits her turn.
Patient MOHIAN plrotogxrapher Dan Hanson receives
honorable mention scroll from Quill and Scroll.
Silence prevailed over the entire assembly as
Quill and Scroll invited those juniors and seniors
who had done outstanding work on the MOHIAN
or Hi Times staff to join this international journal-
istic organization. A formal ceremony acquainted
inductees with the eight ideals of the society:
truth, leadership, initiative, learning, loyalty, friend-
ship, integrity, and judgement. The purpose and
accomplishments of lVlurphy's newspaper and year-
book were then set forth by their respective editors,
after which Scrolls of Merit were awarded Mr. Tay-
lor and outstanding students.
Scroll of Merit winners, Lucille Badger,
j Debbie Patterson, Ruth Nelson, and Dorothy
Bodden review ideals of Quill and Scroll.
Senior Inductees: First Row: Katie Watterson, Susan Rapier, Virginia Therrell, Amy Delaplaine, Helen Wooldridge, Babs
Kretzer, Barbara Sterng Second Row: Cheryl Monroe, Anne Bechtelheirner, Lynn Bagwell, Susan Kimbrough, Kathie
Cowles, Roberta Murphy, Barbara Rowell, Jean Clarke, Virginia Blackmarr, Third Row: Barbara Smith, Delores Bankston,
Sheila Wagster, Sidru Scott, Petey Sparks, Sarah Long, John Bolen, Arnalia Vellianilis.
Silence Prevails ver Ceremony
Junior lnductees: First Row: Janelle Ernest, Lynne Sheridan, Sandy Liebeskind, Sheila Smith, Sandra Foster, Gay Dyessg
Second Row: Lee Cronenberg, Macy Tuttle, Becky Bodden, Beth Pollard, Pat Farb, Linda Busby, Janet Underwood, Third
Row: Gail Rider, Susan Lingo, Rene Spencer, Pat Skelton, Annette Kahn, Jean Dixon.
Members: First Row: Joyce Miller, Uawn Lang, Lynne Crawford, Nancy Harrison
Second Row: Steve Smith, ,lack Barron, Bonnie .lean Otto, Jackie Tyson.
Only the gentle rustle of a paintbrush as it
glides along the smooth paper, breaks the silence of
the regular monthly meeting of the Fan Randlette
Art Honor Society. The members watch art demon-
strations designed to encourage art students to
reach higher standards of achievement. The
F.R.A.H.S. recognizes artists at Murphy and tries
to foster an interest in the fine arts. Besides partic-
ipating actively in the Mobile Art Honor Society,
it also serves as an officer. Excitement exists at the
annual induction and extends into the gala party
following, in the inductees honor. Members are
selected on a competitive basis, according to club
sponsor Miss Kennedy.
Party honoring new
members is given
by Fan Randlette.
Fan Randlette officers, Jackie Tyson,
Lynn Crawford, and Nancy Harrison proud-
ly announce new inductees. Z V
Party honoring new members is given
by Fan Randlette.
Art Society Watches Demonstrations
Miss Terrell illustrates the technique of Japanese art to Loretta Chenoweth, Ruth Frase, Pat Durant, Theresa McRee
Harry Bachus, Susan Grenade and the club's sponsor, Miss Kennedy.
Inter-club Council Aids Presidents
Mrs. Ann Mitchell, sponsor, discusses
the fundamentals of Parliamentary law
with Josie Rush, Tom Hart, and Donna
Renaud, officers of ICC.
From the banging of a gavel to the motion for
dismissal, the lnter-Club Council members receive
training needed for running their organizations ef-
fectively. One must be president of an organization
at Murphy High School to be a member of this
council. At the meetings mutual problems are dis-
cussed and a solution is arrived by pooling the
best advice of all the members. Problems worrying
Murphy students are accepted by individual clubs
as projects, so that several clubs will not try to
work on the same projects. The setting up of a
calendar composed of the names of Murphy clubs,
sponsors, presidents, meeting places, and dates is a
yearly project of the council. Through the entire
school year the Inter-club council offers its mem-
bers a chance to learn good leadership and parlia-
Club presidents talk over problems in meeting. First Row: Virginia Iverson, Virginia Blackmarr, Amalia Vellianitis. Second
Row: Aubrey Parish, David Shirley, Kathie Cowles, Lisa Via. Third Row: Donna Renaud, Emmaline Mitre, Debbie Patterson,
Patricia Lawshe. Fourth Row: Ridgely Marriott, Tom Hart, Suzanne Powell, and Jeanie Christopher.
Voices Ring At Key Club Hootencmny
First row: ,lohn Powell, John Barrett, Beverly Shearer, Sweetheartg David Inge, Boyd Vaughan, Preston Jump, Stilly Knight,
Don Siegelmang Second row: Tom Galloway, Thomas Myers, ,lim Holmes, Eddie Hart, Dan Crane, Tom Hart, Richard Roshto,
Vernon Britton, Ricky Cunningham, Andy Chapman.
Guitar music and the voices of lVIurphy students
filled the auditorium in early November as the
hootenanny sponsored by the Murphy Key Club
got under way. The hootenanny was only one of
several projects undertaken during the year by the
Key Club in its program of developing leadership
and good citizenship in its members and serving the
community. Club members trick-or-treated for
UNICEF at Halloween and raised money for the
March of Dimes during January as service projects.
Murphyis Key Club is a member of Key Club
International and is sponsored by the Mobile Ki-
wanis Club. The thirty boys which comprise the
club's membership are chosen on the basis of
scholarship, citizenship and leadership. Mr. Richard
Heffington is faculty advisor.
Officers, Tom Galloway, Soph. Chrm.g
Tom Hart, V-Pres.g Preston Jump, Pres.,
John Barrett, Treas.g Shannon Davis,
Sec.g Mr. Richard Heffington, Sponsor,
David Inge, Ir. Chrm.g Bob Cray, Sr.
Chrm., prepare for meeting.
First Row: Riddle, M., McClure, J., Gibney, M.g Varhely, M.g Jordan, K.g Jones, J., Mitchell, G. J.g Yarborough, C.g Sealy
.l.g Second Row: Marriott, R., Zivitz, D.g McGough, B.g Porter, B., Knight, S., Stewart, T.g Slaughter, H.g Anderson, R.g
Third Row: Schwartz, A., Bodiford, .l.g Wike, D.g Powell, F.g Beard, J.g Hunter, B., Fourth Row: Gray, B.g Olsen, A.g
Hart, Eg Inge, D.g Hardy, J.g Grodsky, I., Jump, P.g Hart, T.
lub Ushers For
Tom Hart, President: Arthur Cronenhergz.
Secretaryg and Alan Olsen, Vice-president
prepare for Dobie Gillis.
iv ic Programs
Members of Murphy's Usher Club can usually
be found where the Mobile Symphony Orchestra
is tuning up, programs are being given out at Joe
Jefferson Playhouse, or the Civic Ballet is prepar-
ing for a performance. The members of this busy
organization are chosen by their teachers for good
character, high scholastic standing and leadership
qualities, and their activities include ushering with-
out charge at the non-profit civic programs when
requested. The club, now led by Tom Hart, offers
Murphians opportunity for cultural development
and community service. Sponsored by Mrs. Frant-
zen, one of their projects this year has been to
paint new numbers on the back of the seats in Mur-
Monitors H667 Mazntazn School Rules
Each morning members of the Monitors Club
can be heard insisting that students support the
school rules and remain out of the halls before
school begins for the day. To become a monitor,
a student must have an amicable and co-operative
personality besides a good scholastic average.
Sponsored by Mr. Wilkie, the Monitors Club Works
with the lnter-Club Council and has participated
this year in several school activities, including the
doughnut sale at Christmas to help raise money for
the party given for the exceptional children.
Officers: Leland Allen, Treasurerg Mr. Roy Wilkie, Sponsorg
Emmaline Mitre, President, Eugene Smith, Vice-President.
Members: First Row: Otis Odom Danny liollman Elaine Cunnan Gene
Ericson, Sherry Chamberlain. Second Row Dtborih Dichn 1tt Carolyn Halt
.ludy McNair, Bonnie Boykin, Caiolyn Brid cs V11 mm Whefltr Third R010
Mr. Wilkie, Lydia Gibson, Henry Lynd ill Irene Weaver Fourth Row
Leland Allen, Emmaline Mitre, Eu ene Smith
pike Shoe Club Begins With A Bang
Gunshots herald the starting point of the Mobile
Invitational Cross Country Meet, sponsored by the
Spike Shoe Club each year. Composed of lettermen
in either cross country or track, this club also stim-
ulates interest in junior high track enthusiasts by
conducting a Junior High Cross Country Meet an-
nually. Another service performed by this group of
energetic boys is acquainting potential cindermen
Bobby Passmore, Marion McMurphy,
Martin Rollins, and Mike Synyard
officers, support Optimist Club
by selling Christmas trees.
with track and field event procedures.
Before Christmas, in order to raise money for
out-of-town competitive trips, the Spike Shoe Club
sold Christmas trees. With helpful boosts from Mur-
phy's coaches and the Loop Optimist Club, this
project was a huge success. The boys and their
supporters estimated that they profited almost one
Sealed: Bobby Passmore, Mike Synyard, Martin Rollins, Marion McMurphyg Standing: Neal Rowell, Larry Ellis, Derry
Hargett, Ray Sonnier, Billy McCough, David Battiste, Johnny Mathis, John Crigler.
Members: First Row: Bryant Coker, Arvin King, Keith
Second Row: Sonny Jernigan, Faye Patch, Sue Bonds,
Wanless, Richard Leonard, Don Dickens, Richard Hallg
Celeste Glisson, Patricia Miller, Donna Terry, Betsy Robeson
Anne Beehtelheimer, Mary Bodden, Rachel Thompson, Randall Prewitt. t 7
Strike! Make that spare! Suspense rings out as
Murphy's Bowling Club engages in tournaments
often with success! One of lVlurphy's thirty odd
clubs, the Bowling Club this year participated in
the Thanksgiving Tournament, the Christmas Tour-
nament, which included doubles, mixed doubles,
boys, scratch, and singles and in March, the Na-
tional Mailographic Tournament. Sanction for its
members by the American Junior Bowling Congress
is required by the Bowlers Club, because the group
is a member of the High School League.
Miss Tanner, sponwr, compares Scores of Randall
Prewitt, Pres., and Sonny Jernigan, See.
In Tou, moments
Members: First Row: Robert Patterson, George Elkins, Bill Padgett, Ronnie Blake, Danny Summer, Earl Jackson,
Ronnie Dennisg Second Row: Kenneth Barton, Linda Barton, Toy Bozone, Pat Stokes, Janis Snaders, Gail Eiland,
Judy Enfinger, Fran Roberts, Pat Brantley, Fred Holbein.
Members: Cheryl Monroe, Josie Rush, Emilie Olson, Donna Renaud, Sheila Smith, Brenda Strickler, Sidra Scott, Donna Lambert.
Tm apers Attend wtc Ballet
Discussions and analysis of dance programs seen
on television and other media highlight the bi-
monthly meeting of the Troupers Club. Members,
each of whom has had five years experience in
dancing, practice tap, ballet, and modern jazz dance
routines in preparation for participation in such
special school programs as the Christmas program
and the musical Oklahoma in conjunction with the
Murphy Special Chorus. Having become interested
in the fine arts, the Troupers, under the sponsor-
ship of Mrs. Jefferies, attended a performance of
the Mobile Civic Ballet together.
Emilie Olson, Treasurer, advises Donna Renaud,
Presidentg Sidra Scott, Parliamentariang and
Sheila Smith, Secretary, on their techniques.
Members: First Row: Carol Adams, Nikki Thompson, Sandra Foster, Bronwyn Burks, Susan Rapier, Gay Dyess, Pat Lawshe,
Sherry Donaldsong Second Row: Ricky Chestnolvick, Jane Gates, Janise Polewoda, Evelyn Aikens, Ethel Dunning, Sharon
Siurra, Ann Syltie, Lin Horder, Mary McConaghyg Third Row: Emily England, Patsy Strickland, ,loan Hurley, Burke
McGonigal, Diane Fishwick, Carolyn Hall, Nancy Whitespummer, June Green, Robin Carstensg Fourth Row: Pete Moor, Debbie
Burnet, Penny Mann, Leonidas Gourdouras, Becky Oliver, Billy Holmes, Kitty Whitespunner, Beth Pollard, Rosa Crierg Fifth
Row: Tom Hart, Frank Powell, Bob Sellers, James Formby, Irvin Crodsky, Richard Tillman.
Booster Club Cheers Panthers
Loud and clear ring the shouts of Murphy,s most
avid supporters, members of the Booster Club. By
cheering at sports affairs, promoting trips to out-
of-town games, selling Panther decals to lVlurphy's
fans, and decorating goal posts before every football
Hungry Murphians purchase Tootsie Rolls
from Patsy Strickland, Vice-President.
contest, the enthusiastic Boosters declare their pride
in all phases of Murphy's activities. One of the
newest organizations at Murphy, the Booster's Club
raises school spirit and encourages interest in
sports events of every season.
Booster Club Officers, Nikki Thompson, Patsy Strickland,
Sherry Donaldson, Pat Lawshe, Bronwyn Burks, Mrs. Tullos.
and Sandra Foster, decorate stands for last game.
New Tennis Club Plans Tournament
Members: First Row, Maureen Freeman, Anelda Lewis, Katherine Murray, Sarah ,lo Bancroft, Margaret
Gwin, Sharon Ehmang Second Row: Nancy Hall, Linda Farnell, Ann White, Harriet Lawson.
Sharp whacks ring out each Tuesday as the
Racketers practice at Crawford Park. The new
club, which was organized this year, is working
toward tournaments with tennis clubs from other
schools. Miss McNally is the sponsor.
The purpose of the Murphy Racketers is to bring
together at frequent intervals persons interested in
tennis in order to further the study and playing
of the game. The only requirement for membership
in the Racketers Club is an interest in learning how
to play tennis and learning the fine points of the
game. If the weather does not allow playing the
game, the members practice strokes in the gym.
Racketer officers: Maureen Free-
man, Sec.g Nancy Hall, pres.g A-
nelda Lewis, V-pres.
Members Communicate Throughout World
High frequency interference and static in radio
reception are noises piercing the ears of the mem-
bers at the meetings of the Murphy Amateur Radio
Club. This club was organized last year to promote
the study of radio communications and to encour-
age members to earn amateur radio licenses. Com-
munications with other amateur radio operators
throughout the world through a station maintained
and set up by this club is the goal of all the mem-
bers. Interested members advance their study of
radiophony with the help of the licensed operators.
After a period of study they are able to obtain
their 4'H.A.M." licenses. Mrs. D. S. Jefferies, the
club sponsor, is a licensed amateur radio operator.
Joe Brown, V-Pres.g Winston Durant, Pres.g Bob
Chapman, Treas.g John Sharp, Sec.g practice with
their newly-purchased radio equipment.
Members: First Row: Bob Chapman, Leslie Durant, Alan Previto, Tommy Alexander, Second Row:
Winston Durant, Ed Harris, Joe Brown, Sterling Barlow, and .lohn Sharp.
Officers: Standing: Kenny Farnell, Wayne Vines, David Shirley, Gary Adams, Rod Fart,
Donald Bliss, David Walters, Seated: David Hester, George Cole, Billy McCough, Bobby Passmorc.
Slide Rule Coarse jferecl B JET
Because the members of Junior Engineering Tech- Hy visiting different industrial areas and by hear-
nical Society strive to promote interest in engineer- ing their own science symposiums, the JETS ad-
ing and to realize its relation to the applied sci- vanced their knowledge and interest in engineering,
ences, they sponsored a slide rule course in co- science, and mathematics. ln the spring they sent
operation with the science club. At this course representatives to the JETS national symposium
an engineer explained the uses of a slide rule. held at Lansing, Michigan.
Officers: Cary Adams, Sec., David Shirley, Pres., Donald Bliss, V.-Pres.g and Bobby
Passmore, Treas. are instructed by sponsors from Brookley Air Force Base.
Officers: Mr. Tatum, Sponsorg
Rosa Crier, Treas.g Price Russ,
Pres.g Kenny Farnell, V.-Pres.g
Janet Underwood, Sec.
linking Beukers Announce Future Scientists
Clinking beakers and bubbling experiments an-
nounce the scientists of the future as lVlurphy's
Chem-Bo-Phys Club provides a gathering place
for students interested in a deeper understanding
of the sciences. Headed by Price Russ and spon-
sored by Mr. Richard Tatum, the club ventures
closer to science through participation, experimenta-
tion, and field trips. Such projects as sponsoring
the Science Fair, collecting specimens, listening to
speakers, observing films, or visiting marine labs
and Naval Air Stations have made Chem-Bo-Phys
one of lVlurphy's most active clubs.
Members: First Row: Sterling Barlow, David Walters, Gene Ericson, Sandra Merrillg
Second Row: Diane Davis, Jackie Jerome, Paula Jones, David Shirley, Patsy Coodson,
Mentor Catling Third Row: John Meyer, Ricky Chestnolvick,-Janet Underwood, Rosa
Crier, Howard Johnsong Fourth Row: Charles Jones, Price Russ, Kenny Farnell, Tommy
Meyer, Wayne Vines, Gary Adams, George Cole, Rod Farb, Donald Bliss, Bobby Passmore.
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Spanish Club Members Hear Speeches
Bill Porter and Tom Myers tell Spanish
Club about their experiences as exchange
students to Central America.
Spanish Club members have increased their
knowledge of the world's Spanish-speaking nations
this year by seeing slides of Spain and by talking
with Latin American exchange students. A series
of informative programs were presented by the
club during the year. These included a Spring Hill
College student speaking on communism in Cuba,
and Murphy students Torn Myers and Bill Porter re-
Pres., Nikki Thompsong Vice-Pres., Lyn Horderg
Sec., Susan Rapierg and Treas., Linda Ganus
plan the Spanish Club bulletin board.
porting on their experiences in attending a Guate-
malan school last summer. Another program fea-
tured a refugee telling of his escape from Cuba.
Club projects for the year included participation
in an international club party, and preparation of
bulletin board displays to be used in Spanish class-
Miss Mary Stovall serves as sponsor of the club.
Members: First Row: Diana Fishwick, Nikki Thompson, Linda Ganus, Susan Rapier, Amelia Ferniany, Mary Ellen
Papageorgeg Second Row: Pamela Batton, Lyn Horder, Ann Yeager, Martha Williams, Lucy Rutland, Amy Dela-
plaineg Third Row: Charles Bogue, Gene Ericson, Vicky Hudson, Anita Sellers, Kathy Lambert, Miss Stovall.
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French Club Members Enjoy Singing
Singing popular French songs is a favorite "passe-
tempsu for members of the French Club.
Other programs, such as those on French chil-
dren, cooking, ballet, and art, also help to familiar-
ize students with French culture.
Having a paid membership of over one hundred
and twenty students, the French Club is considered
to be the largest club at Murphy. About twenty
members attended the convention, held each year
at the University of Alabama. Representing Murphy,
these students competed with other delegates by
presenting a skit and entering the competition.
Officers: Virginia Blackmarr, Pres.g Marty
Donald, Rec. Sec.g Rene Spencer, 2nd Vice-Pres.:
Second Row: Kathie Cowles, Att. Sec., Miss
Annie Lou Wllite, Sponsorg Sandra Foster,
Treas.g Third Row: Bronwyn Burks, Corr. Sec.,
Jane Parker, Song-leaderg Susan Grenade, lst
Lynn Greer, Pres., Miss Wall, sponsor,
Rodney Moving, Prog. Chrm., Amalia
Vellianitis, V.-Pres., and Carmen
Castiglione, Sec.-Treas., improve their
pronunciations with recordings.
Eager Murphians buy cookies made from
authentic German recipes.
lub tudies German Culture
Whether' listening attentively to a speaker or
singing enthusiastically. German Club members are
Constantly seeking to further their knowledge of
German life, language, and culture. Programs and
activities are planned in an effort to promote in-
terest and understanding of Germany. Activities for
Members: First Row: Taylor, R., Maisel, L., Leggitt, R., Jones,
Wutterson, K., Patronas, D., Wheeler, H., Jerome, J., Castiglione,
Jordan, R., Johnson, B., Cambell, H., Moring, A., Seaman, B.,
Barron, W., Quimby, T., Farnell, K., Derr, L.
the year have included a sale of authentic German
cookies, made by club members, and a Christmas
festival with food, games, and songs. Membership
in the German club known as Der Deutscheverein, is
open to any student who has a desire to increase
his knowledge of Germany.
C., Second Row: Steiner, P., Camp, D., Nealy, H.,
C., McClint0n, V., Third Row: Greer, H.,
Fourth Row: Leggitt, T., Dean, S., Hamil, B.,
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Seated:Paul Hogan,Ronnie Phillips, Ridgely Marriott, Don Lambert, Kathie Cowlesjtanding: Lynn Crawford, Ann Moss, Bronwyn
Burks, Judy Schaub, Robbie Hoffman, Jeanne Christopher, Peggy Sundberg, Diana Carl, Camen Castiglione, Roberta Murphy.
lab joins Junior Classical League
,One must recite ten lines of original Latin and
take third or fourth year Latin to belong to Mur- - 5
phyis Latin Club. The club, sponsored by Miss Gay, B 3 A,
studies the life, language and literature of the 9 iV1li , J
Roman people. Members are initiated in the early
spring, and in May their annual banquet is held.
This banquet is a replica of ancient Roman din-
ners. The club became members of the Junior Clas-
sical League of America during this year.
Office-rs: First Row: Kathie Cowles, .AM
Praetorg Second Row: Roberta Murphy,
Sr. Consulg Ann Moss, Jr. Consulg
Third Row: Robbie Hoffman and
Bronwyn Burks, Aediles.
Y Teens Devoted To Hehoing hildren
Among the school trophies polished
by Anne Bechtelheimer, Secretaryg
Jean Christopher, Presidentg and
LaMerle Curry, Treasurer, is their
own Potato Chip Sales award.
Children's voices ringing with laughter or the
muffled bustling sounds made by hospital per-
sonnel characterize the activities of the Y-Teens.
Always glad to lend a helping hand, these girls are
able to enrich themselves by serving others. Much
of their time is devoted to helping exceptional chil-
dren, furnishing equipment for the Mobile General's
Pediatrics Ward, and working with the children at
the Allen Memorial Home. At Murphy polishing
trophies and selling potato chips during the annual
sale occupy most of the Y-Teens' time.
Members: First Row: Sandee Taner, Linda
Summerral, Brenda Chadickg Second Row: Gladys
Frost, LaMerle Curry, ,lean Christopherg Third
Row: Beverly Harris, Anne Bechtelheimer.
Pre-Med lub Voices Taped
Members: First Row: Boyette Hunter, Gordon Boone, Sterling Barlow, Scott Wilson, Russell Hawes, Second Row: Sharon
Dean, Jean Christopher, Judy Holley, Jamie Erhardt, Ann Selby, Ruth Heathg Third Row: Mimi Thigpen, Fred Savell,
Robert Cowden, Ridgley Marriott, Lloyd Gardner, Tim Osborne, Randy Bryars, David Peterson, Ricky Chestnolvick.
ln January of this year the voices of Pre-Med
Club members were taped for a television broadcast
by which schools across the nation might be in-
troduced to the function and aims of such an or-
ganization: to acquaint students who maintain in-
terest in medical careers with those opportunities
which lie before them and to open the door to part-
time occupation and service of a medical nature.
Organized this year, the Pre-lVled Club has en-
tertained guest speakers in various fields of medical
employment and traveled to Alabama School of
Medicine and the Brookley Air Force Base Hospital.
Such programs are designed to add to the knowledge
of the student considering a medical future.
Officers, Sterling Barlow, Scott Wil-
son, Jeanne Christopher, and David
Peterson leave for Birmingham for a
tour of University of Alabama Haspital.
Club Members Study Bible H istory
Members: First Row: Nancy Lucius, Miss Hope, Sponsorg Carol Mills, Patricia Knappg
Second Row: Teresa Gerod, Sandra Merrill, Barbara Sobieski, Dian Lincks.
Members of the Bible Club, under the sponsor-
ship of Miss Katharine Hope, meet twice a month
in order to study the Bible and discuss its teach-
ings, and by doing so, learn howto apply its prin-
ciples in their daily lives. A great many of the
club's programs are in the form of well-prepared
lectures given by Miss Hope on the various phases
of Biblical history and their effect on the modern
world. As a yearly project, the club takes pride in
presenting a book on a religious theme to Murphyfs
library, and in addition encourages its members
to support all school activities.
Nancy Lucius, Trcas.g Sandra
Merrill, Sec.g Dian Lincks,
V.-Pres.g and Carol Mills,
Pres., find difficulty in
pronouncing Biblical names
lub Wins Trophies At Tournament
Katie Watterson, V.-Pres.g Lia Vellianitis, Pres.g Nancy Hall, Sec.g Miss Marie Nichols, Sponsorg
and Sharon Varhely, Treas. admire trophies won by Lia and Sharon at debate tournaments.
Resolved: Social Security benefits should be ex-
tended to include complete medical care. This na-
tional resolution Was echoed from New Orleans
to Tuscaloosa by Argument, Inc., Murphyis debate
organization. This year the organization Won sec-
ond place as a school team and first place as a
negative team at the Annual Hattiesburg lnvitational
Debate Tournament. Proud of this success, the
group traveled next to the Howard College lnvita-
tional Forensics Tournament, Mobile County Forens-
ics tournament at Springhill College, and the Ala-
bama High School Forensics Tournament at the
University of Alabama. At these tournaments Argu-
ment, lnc. represented Murphy well.
Even though the club centers primarily on de-
bate, opportunity is afforded for skill in extempo-
raneous, interpretative, and poetry reading also.
Members: Standing: Bettina Roseg Sealed: First Row: Katie Watterson, Sharon Varhly, Michael
Varhely, Billy Dumasg Second Row: Ester Gaskin, Mary Gourdouras, Lia Vellianitis, Nancy Hallg Third Row: Paul Hogan.
19641 officers of the D.0. Club are President, Brenda Bedsoleg Secretary, Sheryl Limerickg
Treasurer, Renna Curtisg Historian, Lynda Holmesg Reporter, Carolyn Stafford.
DO. Takes Part ln State Activities
Students softly tiptoeing through the corridors of
Murphy denote 110. club members as they leave
school to Work at their individual jobs. The Diversi-
fied Occupations club provides means for a student
with initiative to develop his talents and qualities
of leadership and personality. The club partic-
ipates in local, district and state D.O. activities,
and is an active participant in activities at Murphy.
At the beginning of the school year, a club meet-
ing is held to decide on a project to be completed
by March and on the dates for the annual banquet.
Held on February 13, 1964, the Employer-Employee
Banquet honored the members' employers. As done
every year, Mr. and Miss D.O. for 1964 were an-
nounced at the dance held in April.
Mr. E. C. Stephens sponsors the D.O. Club.
Children's voices give happy thanks for a Christ-
mas partyg Mobile businessmen speak on distribu-
tion skillsg club members make plans to enter state-
wide contests-these are various sounds for which
the Murphy High School Distributive Education
club has been responsible. Juniors and seniors en-
rolled in Distribution courses were also honored to
be the hosts for a D.E.C.A. Leadership Conference
in April. The DE. Club recognizes as its primary
aim the furtherance of interest and the development
of leaders in the fields of distributive education.
Miss Judith Bourne sponsors the D E Club
Businessmen Speak To D E Club
This yearls officers of the DE. Club: Histormn Sandra Banlxester Treasurer Ethel Cochran
Secretary, Nancy Harrisong Vice President Bonnie O Donnell President Barham Brannon
Leaclerslup Experience I5 Aim Of FBLA
Becky Conger, Trcusq Carolin Lemmon, Pres..
Ethel Dunning, Prog. Chrm.: Evelyn Aikens.
Sec.: and Alice Jackson, V.-Pres., look on
as sponsor Miss Allen demonstratcs polishing
wax lacing sold hy the Future Business Leaders
Silent fingers fly nimlnly over a notebook as the
secretary of the Future Business Leaders of America
records the minutes at a club meeting. The F.B.L.A.
strive to provide its members with experience in
both education and vocation as well as in leader-
ship. This experience is gained through such activ-
ities as a tour of a local bank and a visit to a state
vocational school. For the yearly projects, club
members have heen helping to promote the growth
of F.B.L.A. clubs throughout the county and work-
ing for a 1961- Gold Seal Chapter. Membership
consists of those students who are studying one
or more commercial subjects and making an above
Members: First Row: Jane Windham, Debbie Patterson, Janice Blow, Melanie Rayg Second Row: Dennis Steiner, Betty Wise
Judy Bailey, Virginia Pateg Third Row: Mary Lynne Cox, Barbara Green, Judy Jones, Louise Long.
Speakers Aid Future Teachers
Members: First Row: Patsy McLeod, Linda Hines, Gerry Jean Frake, Janelle Ernest, Candy Hillard, Linda Frake,
Cheryl Jonesg Second Row: Sarah Jo Bancroft, Patricia Ann Jones, Vicki Kelly, Diane Bonds, Nancy Engstrom.
Jingling coins are heard as members of the
Future Teachers of America pay their regular
dues. The ringing voices of occasional guest speak-
ers aid in developing new activities as the year
progresses. Une annual activity is attending the
state convention, held in Montgomery, Alabama.
The Future Teachers club was organized to stim-
ulate and encourage the members, interest in the
teaching profession. The organization also helps
the students by informing them of every possible
scholarship and opportunity in this field of endeavor
that is offered by national and local associations.
Officers: Linda Frakc, Prog. CllI'I1l.Q Becky Clapp, V.-Pres.g Candy Hillard.
Hist.g Nancy Engstrom, Treas.g Bliss Murray, Sponsorg and Janelle
Ernest, Parl. assist Patsy McLeod, Pres. in planning annual Teachers' Tea.
Members: First Row: Pat Borden, Diane McCoy, Puddin Levine, Janice Johnson, Sylvia Bernhardt, Sandra Bernhardtg Second:
Bonita Hollada, Linda Whisenhart, Terry Racine, Rebecca Quebedeaux, Grace Morrisg Third: Jamie Erhardt, Nancy Smith,
Sue Crawford, Dorothy Tooley, Ann Gravesg Fourth: Ellen Karas, Linda Barton, Jeanne Enfinger, Rheta Richardson, Cheryl Whise.
Future urses Tour School Nursing
Meeting on the second and fourth Thursday of
every month under the sponsorship of Miss Eliza-
beth Green, the Future Nurses strive to inform
interested' students about nursing as a career. VVhile
learning more about community and personal health,
the club,s members also find out what the nursing
profession requires and what opportunities it of-
During the school year, the club presented many
informative programs and sponsored field trips
as well. ln the fall, representatives from local hos-
pitals addressed the club, and in late October, the
members were taken on a tour of Mobile lnfirmary's
School of Nursing. Delegates from this Murphy club
attended the state convention of Future Nurses,
which was held at the University of Alabama on
February 7th and Sth. An installation banquet held
in May closed the clubjs year of activities.
Looking at their new scrapbook
are officers Sue Crawford,
Rhela Richardson, Bonita Hollada,
Pat Borden, and Diane McCoy.
Red Cross Makes International Albam
Officers Del Coles, Mary Ella Jordan, Gladys Frost, Pat Carter, Mrs. Ann Mitchell, Ridgely Marriott,
Dickie Kellogg, David Wike, and Sandra Jones pack International Chest to be sent abroad.
As a member of the County-wide Council of High
School Red Crosses, the Murphy Red Cross partic-
ipated in area club activities and listened to lectures
by speakers associated with the Mobile, Alabama
For its annual projects, the Red Cross selected
the International Album and Chest programs. These
programs which entailed making an album with
area Red Cross activities and chest containing
school and medical supplies for a foreign country
were completed. Also, the Red Cross sent clothes
to needy children, visited a home for exceptional
children, and gave a Halloween Party at the Boys,
Club, where they served refreshments.
Red Cross members willingly collect clothes and give parties for exceptional children.
Members listen intently as Mrs.
Groom introduces renowned local ar-
tist and author, Mr. Julian Rayford.
Historic Club Takes Many Field Trqxs
Sounds of restoration are common in Mobile at
present. Murphy's Junior Historic Society stimu-
lates an interest of these restorations in students. It
is open to all students who are interested in learn-
ing historical points of Mobile and the surrounding
A skit. telling of past activities and of future
plans, was presented in October. Next the club
sponsored a bus trip to Biloxi Where the members
toured Jefferson Davis' home. At Oakleigh the
group presented a Christmas program for the His-
toric Mobile Preservation Society. Their final project
was to give books of historical value to Murphy's
library, so that all students would profit.
Officers: Suzanne Powell, Pres.g Mrs. Ruth Groom, Sponsorg Harriet Robinson, V-pres.g ,lane Silver-
man, Historiang Nikki Thompson, Sec.g Peggy Sundherg, Reporterg Lee Cronenberg, Corr. Sec.
embers: First Row: Dickson, B., Oshita, T., Second Row: Bridges, C., Anderson, K., Pylate, D., Inge, K., Merchant, K., Oland .l
annie, P., Miller, R., Sawyer, C., Bonds, D., Dickson, S., Third Row: Coleman, P., Williams, S., Deloch, B., Prichard, P., Broome
., Holcombe, R., Beckham, P., Machaud, H., White, J., Knapp, P., Moyan, L., Miller, L., Fox, P., Hanks, B., Fourth Row: Hirlme D
ord, K., Windham, J., Mcbeod, P., Waters, C., Griffin, S., Ludlow, S., Reynolds, B., Kirkland, G., Jordan, J., Dyson, P., King
VI., Boyd, N., Engstrom, N., Merrill, L., Fifth Row: Boggan, S., Lassiter, C., Hurley, J., Showers, P., Wilson, .l.
Voices Trained In All irls' Chorus
Voices being trained in mechanics of proper sing-
ing are those coming from Murphy's All Girls'
Chorus. Directed by Mrs. Myrtle Peter, and in col-
laboration with the Special Chorus, the organization
participates in the Christmas and Thanksgiving as-
semblies, and the operetta. This chorus also attends
the Spring Festival and Easter services.
Members: First Row: Hannie, P., Pres.,
Inge, K., V.-Pres., Knapp, P., Robe Clrrm
Second Row: Merril, L., Sec.-Treas.,
Prichard, P., Librn., Morgan, L., Accomp.
Hurley, J., Robe Chrm., Mrs. Peter, Dir.
The Special Chorus rehearses for the Christmas program they presented for Murphians
Jimmy Tucker, Ben DeVan and Aubrey Parrish,
also Madrigals, sing the roles of the three
wisemen at the Christmas assembly.
I-larmoniously blended voices of the Special Cho-
rus are often to be heard around Murphy at Christ-
mas, operetta, or graduation time. Under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Myrtle Peter, this organization has
remained one of the most active and enjoyed at
Murphy. Participating in both civic and school pro-
grams, the Chorus is designed to develop musical
interest and talent among Murphy students and is
composed of 102 students chosen for their willing-
ness and interest in Working with music.
A special section of the Chorus, known as the
Madrigals, is comprised of those members who
have shown outstanding ability.
Madrigals: First Row: McRae, T., Tucker, .l.g Gerald, 1.3 Plmares, G.: Hudson, S.:
Second Row: Leggett, T.g Greer, Lg Parrish, A., Carter, P., DeVan, B.
Harmonious Voices Heard At Mulphy
Mrs, Myrtle Peter, head of the music department, prepares to lead the special chorus in song.
Each September a referee's whistle signifies the
start of the season's first football game and initiates
Murphyis annual sports and athletic program. As the
school year passes Murphians can be seen and
heard participating in a multitude of sports ac-
tivities, ranging from football, basketball, wrestling,
golf, and tennis in the spring. Penetrating each
game are the shouts of enthusiasm and effort that
are the expression of the spirit of each team member
and of an "Medio student LMI"
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Smith, Dolly Hager and Beverly Shearer.
Cheerleaders review their next cheer.
Cheerleaders urge varsity Panthers to make the extra point.
Dana Lavender, .lane Cunningham, Susan Beagle, Judy Salter, Joy Salter, Barbara lVIcKennon, Sharon
gives a welcoming cheer with the McGill cheerleaders.
Sound f Spirit Heard Through Group
FIGHT, TEAM! FIGHT, TEAM! FIGHT! FIGHT!
FIGHT! This year ten vivacious girls led the spirited
student body, cheering the Panthers on to victory.
These cheerleaders, headed by senior Beverly Shear-
er, not only followed the team faithfully, but also
made and sold football booster ribbons to raise
money for road trips. Furthermore, the spirited I0
could be seen leading pep rallies and pep parades.
In addition, a group of four attended the cheer-
leader clinic held at the University of Alabama
last summer. Sharon Smith, Judy and Joy Salter,
and Barbara lVIcKennon brought honors to Murphy
by placing second in the statewide competition
The cheerleaders are the core of lVIurphy's Spirit.
Their enthusiasm penetrates the air, infusing all
with pride in Murphy.
Head cheerleader Beverly Shearer, Linda
Konstanzer, and Susan Beagle encourage the
Cats to conquer the Wolves.
Athletic Director Charles Willcox takes care of all ticket sales.
A new era in playing football was ushered in at
Murphy through the masterful efforts of lVlurphy,s
1963-1964 coaching staff. The coaches started train-
ing the team late in the season: but hy their first
game, that late start was not evident. The excellent
coaching staff was headed by Mr. C. R. Hloeftyi' An-
derson, a gridiron gentleman from Frisco City, Ala-
bama. Serving under Mr. Anderson were Chuck
Maxime, end coachg Robert Shaw, offensive line
coachg Lowell James, defensive line coachg and
hackfield coach Ben Glover.
Dedicated Coaches Guide Victorious
Coaches Bob Shaw, Ben Clover, Lowell James, and Chuck Maxime
discuss football strategy with Head Coach Lefty Anderson.
Jw 1: Robert Scott, Charles Greene, Tom Aycock, Bentley Howell, Ollie Brunson, Ronnie Adair, Jimmie Newell, Cecil Cas ity
pb Frisbie, Pat Beebe. Row 2: Terry Layton, Coach James, Bubba Vaughn, Robert Dumas, James Lambert, Richard Overstreet
Jmmy Hill, Ed Dees, Frank Pierce, Mackey McDow, Hal Daugherty, Martin Rollins, Woodie Platt, Dennis Rogers, Larry Ellis
bye Sanders, Coach Anderson. Row 3: Coach Glover, Coach Shaw, Mike Aycock, Charlie Williams, Bill Kiser, David Inge Eddie
awkinson, Charles Harris, Jerry Wood, Joe Jackson, Art Fowler, Billy Heath, Ed Lathan, Jack Brennan, Bill Vrocher, Coach Maxime
Panthers To Victory In 1963 Season
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Team managers: Bubba Latton, Richard Merriman,
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Panthers rejoice over first win in fourteen games.
James Lambert's catch fails.
Panthers Gnaw Up
lVlHS7s Golden Panthers surged back into the
limelight with a 56-0 win over the Bobcats of Theo-
dore. Making the first two touchdowns in the fast-
moving game, HB Tommy Aycock set up No. 1 on
a 76-yard sprint and scored No. 2 on a 93-yard
dash. Fullback Larry Ellis took a one-yard plunge
into the scoring zone for the third touchdown of the
game. Receiving a 13-yard pass, Hal Daugherty
scored the No. 4- TD. As the Bobcats presented no
threat, end Charlie Harris intercepted lVlaier's pass
for the fifth TD. End Charlie Williams went for
No. 6 after receiving Kiser's 20-yard pass. Touch-
downs 7 and 8 were added by fullback Dick Over-
street and halfback Frank Pierce. After each touch-
down, quarterback Bill Kiser kicked the extra point.
The lively Panther offense gained 339 yards rushing
to Theodore,s 40 yards.
Coaches Anderson and Shaw tensely view the
progress of the U.M.S. game.
Bellhops Downed 20-7
Murphy's revitalized Panthers defeated the
U.M.S. Bulldogs, 20-7, to rack up their second con-
secutive victory of the year. At the end of the first
period Bill Kiser set up the first TD with a 51-yard
run to the Cadet six-yard line. Four downs and a
penalty attempt followed, with Larry Ellis finally
making the touchdown. The pattern for the second
touchdown was initiated by a pass interception by
Tommy Hill, and two plays later, end Charlie Harris
received a pass from Ed Lathan for the score. The
Panthers' final six points ,began when Williams re-
covered a U.M.S. fumble. After two plays, Lathan
caught the scoring pass from Kiser. The Bulldogs
rallied in the second half and scored their only
touchdown on a 76-yard run. Leading the Panther
defense were Jackson, Fowler, Heath, and Adair.
Coach Shaw gives instructions to Ronnie Adair.
Raiders Romped 34--0
Spurred on by two victories, the Panthers struck
for the third time, trampling the B.C. Rainis Raiders
34-0. Charlie Harris received two second-quarter
passes from Bill Kiser for the first Murphy touch-
downs. Martin Rollins returned a punt forty-one
yards to set up the third touchdown scored by Hal
Daugherty. The fourth and fifth touchdowns were
completed by Kiser. Larry Ellis led the Panthers in
rushing, gaining 95 out of 181 yards. Bill Kiser
kicked the first two conversions. Ed Lathan made
the extra point after the fourth touchdown, and
Mike Aycock was responsible for the final PAT.
The Panthers held the Rain eleven to 47 yards
gained and two first downs. The Murphy defense
was led by tackles Art Fowler and Joe Jackson
and guard Ollie Brunson.
Coach Anderson gives Kiser last-minute instructions.
Ed Dees fights for ball.
.Terry Wood reaches for pass.
Vigor Stopped 6-0
It took Murphy fifty-nine minutes and fiftysix
seconds to score, hut the Panthers did it! The last
play of the traditional Murphy-Vigor battle cli-
maxed with Ed Lathan scoring on a 17-yard aerial
from Bill Kiser. The two evenly-matched clubs
tangled during the first three quarters without scor-
ing, as a crowd of 17,748 excited fans looked on.
At the beginning of the fourth period, the Panthers
drove 60 yards to Vigoris 3-yard line, but Kiser's
pass to Aycock at that point was incomplete, and
the Vigor 11 took possession of the ball.
The Wolsfes managed to gain enough yardage
to enter Panther territory, but lost the ball on Mur-
phyis 47 yard line. Fullback Larry Ellis initiated
the lone scoring drive of the game by covering
seven yards, as the Panthers regained possession of
the hall. When a series of penalties and two Mur-
phy first downs were completed, the Panthers
lined up in the seldom used short punt formation
with four seconds remaining. The game was cli-
maxed in the last play as Kiser hit Lathan with the
game-winning pass, making the final score a victory.
Alba Outclassed 34-7
Murphy outclassed the Alba Sharks 34-7 at Bayou
La Batre for its fifth consecutive victory. lVlackey
lVlcDow pushed over the first TD, and Bill Kiser
kicked the extra point. Next Larry Ellis took one
yard for the second TD, after Lathan had set it
up on a 11-7-yard dash. Kiser again converted. Early
in the 'second period, Ed Lathan made the third
six-pointer, and Kiser passed to Ellis for the extra
point. Shark star Don Powell sprinted 75 yards
on a double reverse, making the Alba ll the second
team to score against the powerful Panthers. The
Cats, third quarter touchdown was scored by Hal
Daugherty after the team had swept 66 yards. The
final six points were added by Ed Lathan on a
-lfl-yard taunt, and a short aerial from Kiser to
McDow made the final score 34-7.
Ed Latham scored another first down.
Yellow Jackets Smashed
lVlurphy's 1963 Homecoming was highlighted by
a shattering 23-0 victory over the McGill Yellow-
jackets. The stubborn lVlcGillians held the Panthers
to a slight two-point lead at the end of the first
halt. Charlie Harris scored the safety after the
Cats were stopped on a scoring bid at the 1-yard
line. But the second half saw the morale-bursting
Panthers stop the Jackets with three touchdowns.
Eullback Larry Ellis capped the first scoring pattern
on a ten-yard run. Bill Kiser converted for the
extra point. On a beautiful -17-yard run, Hal Daugh-
erty out-sprinted the opponents for Murphyys second
touchdown. Kiser again converted successfully. Har-
ris scored the final TD, not even breaking stride
when he received a perfect pass from Ed Lathan.
Kiser stacked the score with an extra pointer.
Art Fowler honored as an outstanding tackle.
Quarterback Bill Kiser
stops a Davidson man.
Lanier Falls Victim
In one of the hardest fought contests of the sea-
son, the energetic Cats held back the fierce Lanier
Poets 14-7 at Montgomery. Murphy's out-weighed
line made 2 tremendous tries in the shadow of their
own goal and prevented the Lanier 11 from scoring
in the first period. The Poets progressed to the
Murphy 9, but were stopped in four plays on the 3.
FB Larry Ellis fumbled, and the Poets recovered
on the 9. This time, the Cats held the Poets to only
4 yards in three plays and stopped a fourth down
pass in the end zone. Then, during the final five
minutes of the first half, Ellis burst through the
Lanier line and raced 73 yards for a TD. The extra
point was added by Ed Lathan. The Cats quickly
recovered on a pass interception by Ed Dees deep
in Lanier. Two plays later, end Charlie Harris
received a pass in the end zone for the second
touchdown. During the second half, the Cats went
into a defensive shell, attempting no passes. The
Poets were successful in gaining only one TD and
an extra point in the second half. This victory rated
Murphy number one in the state.
Warriors Trip Cats 14-7
Davidson,s inflamed Vl7arriors put an end to
Murphy's seven-game winning streak, with a win of
14-7. The Davidson 11 scored a first quarter touch-
down after rolling 63 yards in 10 plays. ln the
second quarter, the victors recovered a Murphy
fumble to score their second touchdown. The Pan-
thers rallied to cover 67 yards in five plays to set
up their one touchdown. Mike Aycock scored the
six-pointer with Bill Kiser converting for the extra
point. In the second half, the Cats, fighting hard,
got the ball on their own 32 with a minute and a
half playing time left. Kiser advanced to the 50 for
a first down, but his next pass was intercepted,
ending Murphyis hope for victory. The Panther de-
fense was led by Ollie Brunson and Charlie Harris.
The Davidson win knocked the Panthers from the
number one spot in the state's top ten rating by
AP and UPI polls announced in November.
Team members congratulate
each other after Pensacola win.
Hal Daugherty brings down a Pensacola man.
Panthers Trim Tigers 14-7
Crowning a triumphant football season, the Mur-
phy 11 beat the Tigers of Pensacola 14-7. With
Bill Kiser at Quarterback. the Panthers ran touch-
downs in the second and third quarters. Bob Wil-
son started the scoring with an 83-yard run for
the Tigers. The Panthers in the second quarter re-
covered a fumble and weaved their way down the
field on passes and gains by Kiser and Larry Ellis.
Kiser rushed the last 4 yards for the TD and made
the PAT. The Cats' second touchdown was set up
by Hal Daugherty, who had returned the kickoff
to the Tiger 15. Ellis scored the second touchdown
plays later. Kiser again converted. At the conclu-
sion of their final game, the Panthers were rated in
the top three prep teams in the state by both the
AP and UPI polls.
Reverent Baby Cats pause for prayer before game.
Coach Glover directs quarterback ,locko Potts on the next play.
Baby Panthers surge forward to tangle with McGill
Ricky Davis makes an effort to overcome a Ruinls player.
Baby Cats Finish Wirth An 8-0 Season
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Panthers Close Season With 19-5 Record
Murphy's fast-moving hoopsters met few defeats
this season. Boasting a 19-5 record the Cats grabbed
four successive games before falling prey to the
Wolves of Vigor with a close 40-41 score. The
team went on to defeat all other opponents includ-
ing Lee, Davidson, Vigor and Lanier, falling only
to McGill, Escambia and Tuscaloosa. Husky Doug
Carmichael dominated the back board all season
and led the team with a 16.7 average per game,
followed by Hap Wheeler with 14.6 and Bob Gray
with a 7.2 average. Calm but aggressive Bill Kiser
was feeding the ball in and scrambling to get it
out as Brooks Matthews dropped in one-hand side
shots. Keith Brown, Eddie Hart and Tip Haug
also played consistent ball. Finishing Coach Le
Vaughn Hanks' championship team were Larry
Touchstone, Charles Siegelman, Mike Gibney and
Alan Olsen. The manager was John Slaughter.
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Sophomore- hopeful, Eddie Hart.
Coach Hanks instructs attentive Cagers.
.lulrilant Panthers celebrate victory over McGill as they cop the AAAQX District Tournament.
Murphy fverpowers McGill In Final Wm
Murphyis Cager-s got off to a had start in their
tournament engagements this season, hut finished
-l--A district Champions. They hegan hy losing a close
game to Vigor in the MCCC tourney. With Glen
Jonels last minute jump shot, Vigor moved the
score up to -ll--IO. The defeat was also lVlurphy's
first of the season.
The Cats easily overpowered Paxon of Jackson-
ville, Fla., 56--l-I, and then outfoxed the Vigor-
Wolves 59-55 in the Rebel Invitational Tournament.
lfscamhia stopped the Panthers by a big margin-
62-52-in the Pensacola finals. Doug Carmichael
and Hap Wheeler made the All-Tournament team,
bringing honors to Murphy.
ln the -I--A tournament Murphy sailed to an easy
victory. Foley was put down 65-60, and Davidson
66-50. Having heeu heat hy MeGill's Jackets twice
in the season, lVlurphy's Cagers put on the pressure
and hroke the jinx with a score of 59-ll. Bill Kiser,
Doug Carmichael, and Hap Wheeler were chosen
for the All-Tournament team. and the Cats were
off to State Tournament held in Tuscaloosa,
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Brooks Matthews fights
er lungcs forward.
Hap Wiieeler goes up for a
two-pointer against McGill.
Doug Carmichael grabs bail from
approaching Semmes player.
for bail as Ll Davidson play
Bill Kiser blocks Escambia's attempt to throw.
Murphy Cagers Travel To State Tourney
Keith Brown, Alan Olsen, Tip Haug and Mike Gibiiey eiiepiey mixed emeiieiie as U.M.s. game eeiitimiee.
First Raw: John Unzicker, Graham Robinson, Steve Somers, Roy Henderson. Second Row: Tom Aycock, Raymond Parker
Robert Southerland, Robert Smith, Charles Zuber, Bill Conerly, locko Potts, Robert Byrd.
Baby cats congratulate each other after McGill win.
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Murpliians participate in the 2 mile
run at the McGill Invitational Meet.
Billy lVlcGough, Martin Rollins, and
John McMurphy prepare for a practice run.
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Mike Synyard breaks the tape and
the record in the 1.8 mile run.
First Row: Mike Synyard, David Battiste, David Scarcliff, Reese Horton, Ben Wilson, Billy Mcffvough, John Mathis. Second
Row: Marion McMurphy, Ross Johnston, Jerry Wood, John McMurphy, John Crigler, Neal Rowell. Third Row: Tommy Meyer
Smitty Abel, Ralph Boyes, Bill Quina, Derry Hargett, Martin Rollins.
Cross Country Places Second In tate
Top five men: Mike Synyard, Marion McMurphy.
Ben Wilson, Derry Hargett, and John Crigler.
Murphyls record-breaking cross country team
completed its season, placing first in five meets and
placing second in the State and the Troy lnvita-
tional meets. The team's triumphs came in Georgia's
big Callaway Gardens Meet, the McGill Invitational
Meet, and several dual meets with McGill and Vigor.
Co-captain Mike Synyard broke the record set by
former Murphy sprinter Morris 4'GatorH Williams.
In the 1.8 mile run, the preceding record of 9:00.41
was broken by Synyardis 3:59.11 run.
This year's team was sparked by sophomores
Denny Hargett, Ben Wilson, and John Criglerg jun-
ior Mike Synyardg senior Marion McMurphy.
Row One Bobby Passmore Jerry Wood Mike Synyard Martin Rollins, Ray Sonnier, David Adkins. Row Two: Bob Taylor,
B111 Qurna Ree e Horton Ben Wil on Billy Rodrlquez John Crl ler Row Three: Coach Fred Carley, Ralph Boyes, Billy
McCou h John McMurphy Floyd Abel Neal Rowell John Mathis Regg' Wakeman, Mr. William Rickert. Row Four: David
to .Murphyfs Thinclads
Murphyls cindermen came in at second place
when they participated in Montgomeryis lndoor ln-
vitational Track Meet. This annual meet is held
in the Coliseum at the state capitol in February, and
is the one indoor meet in which Murphyis trackmen
Under the leadership of Coach Fred Carley, the
thinclads racked up two first places, two second
places, two third places, and a fourth place. Mike
Synyard not only placed first in the mile run, but
also overthrew the previous record by a full five
seconds. His time was 4:28.8. The others placing
were Ray Sonnief, first place pole vault, l27 6,'g
Marty Rollins, second place lk-mile run, 2:05,
and pole vault fourth placeg Larry Ellis, third place
broad jump, 20, 9"g Marion lVlclVlurphy, third place
LQ-mile run. The mile relay team ranked second.
Bobby Passmorc tenses to spring
when Mr. Rickert sounds signal.
Fellow team lnembers gather around Marion BICKILIYIJIIY, who was
injured at the Coliseum meet.
Capture Second Pla ce In Coliseum Me et
Induslrious sophom orus and juniors warm up heforv praC1iCe sv 1011-
Martin Rollins receives second
place award for IA-mill: run.
Ray Sonnier tops l2' mark for
first place at Coliseum meet.
Jerry Wood trains for high jump.
Larry Ellis relaxes after
third place win in broad jump.
Tommy Meyer and Bill Quina check David Adkins' form over low hurdle.
Murph inalerman Breaks Mile-Run
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listen to mile relay times. perfect passing the baton.
First Row: Alan Ripps, Jimmy Beaird, Robin Steele, Billy Cane, Stan Oshers.
Second Row: Bill Porter, ,leriy Chaney, Coach, Miss McNally, Tom Hart, Ronnie
Netters Create Art Increased Interest
Murphys tennis team under the leadership of
Miss McNally participated in seven matches and
the City Tournament. Without any.returning letter-
men the team had to be totally reorganized by Miss
McNally. Much interest was shown by the many
spectators appearing at the games and at the
.lerry Chaney and Bill Porter Con-
gratulate Tom Hart and Allan Ripps
after winning doubles match, '
Top Row: Coach Charlie Willcox, Jeff Watson, Ronnie Burch, David Freeman,
Tommy Lznney. Second Row: Burt Crcer, Warren Gonzales, Toni Calloway, Rusty
Allman, Richard Frank.
Liriksters Participate In City Toiimey
Bart Greer observes Jeff Watson as he
Coach Charlie Willcox shows Ronnie
Burch correct form for swing.
First Rpw: Kenny Frinett, Mike Morgan, James Giddens, Tommy Stuart, Billy
Cleveland, Ted Meatyard. Second Row: Coach Chuck Maxine, Bill Heath, Tommy
Hill, J. D. Brown, Dennis Rodgers, Robert Ragsdale, Richard Hawkins.
Mike Morgan reverses out and prepares
for iireman's carry in Enterprise
match, as Assistant Principal, Mr. .lalnes referees.
Wrestlers under a new coach, Chuck Maxima,
won two matches and placed Sth in the state
tournament held at a gym in Enterprise, Alabama
With a number of returning lettermen Murphy's
Grapplers had their first year experi-
enced wrestlers in their three years of inter-
Billy Cleveland gets set before
starting whistle of second match.
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and rolls for the pin, opponent to win the match.
Wrestlers Fzmsh Wzth 2-4 Season
James Giddens prepares for a hard take down.
Tommy Stuart gets into position
for cross over, take down.
From the squeals heard in biology to the melo-
dious strains of violins in orchestra and the click-
clack of office machines, Murphians are continually
surrounded with sounds in all of their classes. When
they walk onto the campus they hear sounds of
friends talking, laughing, and enjoying their high
school careers. Thwe sounds make the world of
Murphy,s 2,980 students who, in the words of the
Murphy High School official motto "strive to be
the best that we can be."
S6l'Li0TS As Sophomores W e Entered
Adams, Mary E.
Anderson, .lo Ann
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make preparations for annual club banquf
berta Murphy and Happy Greer,
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enior Year Passed All T00 Fast
Clinard, Mary Alice
Judy Schaub, Miss United Fund, prepares her
farewell speech for the victory luncheon.
eptomber Brou ht Confused Sohedu
Cox, Mary Lynn
aw The Mohian taff In New York
Follanshee, Mary Anita
Azalea Trail Maids Were Chosen By Seniors
Leadm the band and majorettes were Bill
Provost and Judy Holley.
Madrigals: Teresa MeRee, Ben DeV
Leggett, Joyce Gerald, Allbrfiy Par!
pirited eniors Viewed Last Homecoming Game
J Hagan, Charles
, Hall, John
indra Hudson, Jimmy Tucker, Tommy
winelle Phares, Pat Carter, Happy Greer.
Harding, I an
Balancing accounts for the MOHIAN is
Business Manager, Amy Delaplaine.
Bound eniors Took ACT In November
Early In December College Boards Were Gwen
J umonville, Pat
Discussing plans for service are head
ushers Tom Hart and Arthur Cronenberg.
wYmem ymsf', if if .1 ,,-- fs. :fmw
La Coste, .lim
La Point, Marsha
Latham, Cheryl ,lea
Leatherbury, Ann Mane
Hopefully We Took Our Last Exams
McConnell, Mary Lou
lVICFerrin, J ack
Lab assistants, David Peterson and Alan Ripps
take inventory of supplies.
Gracluanon Gowns Were Fltted In February
Seniors . . .
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Milne, Elizabeth Ann
Pat Carter, Katie Watterson, David Shirley
Momgomeflvlfgmla Lia Vellianitis, winner review passa es
t iirrri or or waging?
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February Was Highlighted By Junior-Senior Pro
Ethelsn Hardesty, N.C.T.E. finalists, and
from United States Literature.
In March We Ordered Graduation Invitations
Talented Donna Renaud served as president
of the Troopers Club.
QT af: Qi
fm wfeyma ,JM
Pritchard, Mary Margaret
Attending l3oy's and Girl's State were
Purcell Faye Richard Riddle and Ethelyn Hardesty.
Talented Seniors Participated In The Operetta
Rainer, Mary Ann
Reynolds, Donna Kav
Rolls, .l. T.
153 Student Counctls Were Invited To Murphy
Baseball eason Closed Our Athletic Year
Stainback, Mary Lynn
George Fields assumed duties of Mayor
during Youth Appreciation Week.
Stokes, Margaret Ann
Shannon Miller, D.A.R. citizenship award
winner, posts a Teen Page announcement
Thomas, Mary Ann
May Brouffht Graduation Parties And Practice
Our Last Days Were F Llled With Memories
Wilkerson, Mary .lo
May 28, 1964, W e Received Dwlomas
Seniors are both excited and saddened as they practice for graduation exercises.
Mary Elizabeth Adams, Chairman of Panther .Timmy Cute of Vigor surrenders trophy to
Spirit Night, prepares the program. Preston Jump, Murphy Key Club President.
AFS Sends Italian Exchange Student
Biha greets Murphy students at field assembly.
Lunchtime at her new school.
Biba chats with Frank Powell, Irvin Crodsky,
Norva Potter, Shannon Miller, and Barbara Lott.
'4Viva Bibaw is a phrase well known to all Mur-
phians whose pleasure it has been to know Enrica
Casanova, exchange student from Guastalla, Italy.
Biba enrolled at Murphy under the American Field
Service program in September and has maintained
a schedule similar to those of the other students
since that time. Biba makes her American home
with twins Marie and Mary Mcflonaghy. She is an
active member of the French Club and has spoken
before our student body and lVlobile's Historical
Society. By her friendly manner Biba has done
much to encourage warm feelings between her own
Italy and the United States of America.
Biba at home with her adopted family, Marie, Mrs. Mcffonaghy, Mr. Mcffonaghy, and Mary.
Central Americans Study At Murphy
David Inge Llwffts Rafael C0di1Y- Central American exchange students, Jorge Obando of
Costa Rica, and Derek Steele and Rafael Goday of
Guatemala, and Miss Jelks, Guatemalan Consul, practice their Spanish.
Under a new exchange program sponsored by the
Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce Education Com-
mittee and co-ordinated by our Miss Vivian Jelks,
three boys representing Central American countries
entered Murphy in December.
Jorge Obando of Costa Rica was a guest in the
homes of Stilly Knight and Boyd Vaughn. David
Inge and Andy Chapman were hosts to Rafael
Goday and Derek Steele of Guatemala.
ln the summer the Mobile boys will travel to
Central America under the exchange student plan.
The program, now in its second year at Murphy,
holds as its purpose the promotion of friendship
and understanding between the people of Central
America and the United States. Plans are being made
for the continuance of this exchange next year.
Exchange students and their hosts-Rafael Goday, .lorge Obando, Andy
Chapman, Derek Steele, Stilly Knight, David Inge, Boyd Vaughn.
Irvin Grodsky Gary Adams
John Hall John Barrett
Speakers Address 15,000 At Ladd
By nominating all seniors with outstanding abil-
ity in speaking and writing, the English teachers
began procedures for choo-sing Senior Speakers for
graduation. Then these semi-finalists prepared one-
minute speeches on 'CWhat It Means To Be A Sen-
ior." February 25, 1964, they and their speeches
were judged by a faculty committee on composition,
voice, choice of words, and speech sound. Two days
later, with emotion-filled voices, the twelve finalists
gave their speeches before their class. Seniors
elected half of the twelve as Senior Speakers. Wfith
the aid of members of the English Department, the
speakers wrote and rewrote their speeches through-
out April and May for the Graduation Exercises.
Their efforts were culminated at Ladd Stadium.
May 28, 1964.
Semi-finalists: Katie Watterson, Roberta Murphy, Judy Jerome, Virginia Iverson, Robbie Hoffman, Anne East, Judy
Cherniak, Bronwyn Burks, David Shirley, Johnny Lassiter, Gary Adams, Jolm Barrett, Irvin Grodsky, John Hall.
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by the Faculty
ETHELYN HAR DESTY
Plane and Solid Geometry
Plane and Solid Geometry
Plane and Solid Geometry
Plane and Solid Geometry
MARY ELIZABETH ADAMS
by the F acalty
PAT DURAN T
by the Faculty
Drum Maj or
funior Class fficers
Norva Potter, Presidentg Marty Donald, Representativeg Mary Lou Sandoz,
Representativeg Karen Locke, Representativeg Jeanne Shearer, Treasurerg
Suzanne Mclnvale, Vice-President.
Bancroft, Sarah .lo
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ln her job as library assistant, Frances
Wallace works in an atmosphere of silence.
2 I 8
Barron, J ack
Blankenship, Mary lean
Brill, Betty Jo
Chattering Voices Were Heard
When As Juniors We Met Under The Trees
Junior class sponsor, Miss Waller, main-
tains a helpful voice in student government
Shirley Wilkerson files attendance records.
Juniors . . .
Davidson, Bobby Jean
Of Murphy High School After Vacation
Embry, Betty .lo
Were Ready To tart A ew Year
Paulette Hannie accompanies the All Girls Chorus
N01-va Potter, Vice-President of
the Juniors, discusses plans for
the Junior-Senior Prom.
Juniors . .
An To Assume ur Responsibilities
As The Junior Class. The Second Year
Player of the Week, Tom Aycock, proudly dis
plays the Murphy-Vigor challenge trophy.
Football trainer Robert Scott makes
ready to aid injured Panthers.
Jordan, Mary Ella
At Murph Has Been Filled
Josie Rush, Student Council Vice
President, conducts Inter club
With Excitement And Expectations
Majors, Mary Ann
Juniors . . .
Muyhall. Mary Michael
Merrill, Donna Lee
As We Gained More Knowledge
Manager Johnny Slaughter stores
equipment in the basketball room
And Maturity Da B Da .
Mary Ella Jordan, Program Chairman of
the Red Cross, plots campaign for 1964.
funiors . . .
Provost, Mary George
Pam Davis P. E assistant re-
, - , P
pares equipment for action.
Reid, Robert E.
Roberts, .lay D.
Salter, Judy V
Sandez, Mary Lou
At The Past And Living The Present
fluidalnee Office for Qtudent reporti
junior . .
We Turn To The Future
Strickland, Mary Frances
Tate, Mary Todd
Thompson, Bonny Sue
Junior . . .
With Uur Hearts Full Of Hope
Vasser, Myra .lo
Wade, Jimmye Sue
Juniors . . .
That We Ma F md Happiness And uccess
Wright, K. D.
Zdenek, Anna Ruth
Sophomore Class Offoers
Seated: Betsy Lott, Representativeg Carolyn Hall, Secretaryg Mary Ellen
Papageorge, Representative. Standing: Alan Previto, Treasurerg Chuck Dann,
Representativeg ,loe Jones, Presidentg John McDavid, Representativeg Jimmy
Murphy Voioed Her Welcome To Us
Class sponsor, Mrs. McCaa, and president, Joe ,lone
Mike Varhley and Billy Dumas discuss material for
an important debate.
As We Entered Her Gates
Edwards, Mary Ann
Folkers, .lohnie Carol
Folks, .lane Rae
Frake, Gerry Jean
Bewildered And Excited
Sophomore cheerleaders, Sharon
Beagle and lane Cunningham
Heaton, Douglas Gregg
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Bonnie ,lean Otto, Harry Bachus. and Dawn Lang
are sophomore members of Fan Randlette.
Hull, Margaret Ann
.l ones, Judy
Keeffe, Mary Ann
We Have Gained Confidence
Cym assistant, Claudia Dearmrm. distribute
towels after the ten minute bell.
Kay Atkins, assistant in Registrars office
Lyons Geor e
Miller, .lo Ann
Mitchell, Mary Lou
Molpus, Billie .lewel
With A Yeafs Experience
Papageorge, Mary Ellen
Be Patient With Our Mistakesg
P0l9W0d3, -l3Ui5'3 Neal Rowell and Alan Previto nervously
await their turns to speak in the
Linda Weems, library assistant.
Saad, E. J.
Schaub, ,lane Lynn
Maturity Comes With Age.
Warren, Katy Lou
Class Of 1966 tands 300 tronff
Candidates for sophomore class office, led by
Barbara Lott, sing the Alma Mater.
Four Arts Club
Outstanding Senior in Dramatics
Junior Historic Society
Azalea Trail Maid
Senior Class Vice President
By Popular Vote
National Honor Society
Junior Historic Society
Quill and Scroll
Baseball w V Wy
Senior Class Representative
National Honor Society
Vice President of D.E, Club
Azalea Trail Maid
By Popular Vote
Junior Historic Society
Azalea Trail Maid
Azalea Trail Maid
Spike Shoe Club
Vice President of Junior Class
President of ,lunior Class
By Popular Vote
JOE J ONES
President of Sophomore Class
By Popular Vote
Four Arts Club
Cash registers ringing as students select supplies
from the school store, coke bottles banging, change
clanging as students purchase ice cream, ten-cent
pieces hitting the almost full money box of the
phones, the hair dryers buzzing at the beauty par-
lor, Christmas shopping, and the Easter attire that
is tried on endless times before the final purchases
all signify a part of the business world which
touches Murphy. The publication of this book would
not be possible without the support of the merchants
in and around our fair city of Mobile.
AD VER TI
W ' TO A -gk
J, FINE CLASS .0
,L IN A GREAT SCHOOL 7 X,
IL CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES X '
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HOME SAVINGS and LOAN
"Dealers in Food ProducIs"
2490 Halls Mill Road
In Old Mobile, ii's OlcIsrnoI3iIeI
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Lubricafion Washing and Waxing
Auio Accessories Road Service
BARBER SHOP Qiiij
30I FuII'on Road
4 Barbers Io Serve You
Dauphin and LaIaye'He S'I's.
277 EDDIE SANCHEZ, Prop. GR 9-I I50
If You Don'I' Drinlc -
INSURANCE FOR NON-DRINKERS ONLY
Auto - Fire - Life
CLYDE A. JACKSON
3II Glenwood S+reeI
MobiIe's Newes+ and Finesf
Our Own Lol' aI' Our Own Backdoor
Charge Accounls InviIecII
300 Blk. Dauphin S+.
Phone HE 8-47I6
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'FOR FAST Pick UP SERVICE
For Fresh FruiI' Drink, Punch and Sandwiches.
For Special Occasions
I02 Dauphin S+. Phone 433-5966
278 ZIOA Dauphin SI. Phone HE 2-24I8
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255I OLD SHELL ROAD MOBILE. ALABAMA DIAL 478-8496
An Imporlanl Message
Ior Seniors Inleresled
in College Scholarships
4I6O Laval Drive
Six Seniors from 'Ihe Mobile area will be
awarded Bellas Hess College or UniversiI'y
Scholarships for 'rhe I964 school year.
This is par+ of I'he Bellas Hess Scholarship
program, which will, Ihis year, award 72
educa+ionaI gran+s Io sI'udenIs across Ihe
Awards will be made on Ihe basis of
schoIas'ric achievemen'I and financial need.
Promineni' area ecIucaI'ors will compose
'Ihe final award commiHee. Your school
principal will have full deIaiIs of Ihe Bellas
Hess scholarship plan.
300 Azalea Road at Airport Blvd.
AND FURNITURE CO.
4I6 FuII'on Road
"II II Is From Us, lI's Guaranleed'
56 S. Royal S+. Mobile, Ala
Green Ware - Slip - Glazes
DO IT YOURSELF AND SAVE ON GIFTS
Free Basic lnslruclion
Hours IO A.M. 'ro 6:30 P.M.
3307 Old Shell Rd. Tel. 478-3856
Con'I'i and S+. Emanuel
PRI TI O.
MNH' f GOODYEAR
o i e s n y
Manulaclurers of Carloon Forms
304-6-8 S+. Michael S'I'ree'I' I60 S. Wilson S+ree+ 350 Governmen+ SI'
phone HE 2-52I6 Prichard, Alabama Mobile, Alabama
Phone: HE 2-758I
THE SHOE BOX
2809 Springhill Ave. Crich'Ion
MARIE JARRELL AND ETHEL CABLER. Owners
"Na'rionally Adverlised Shoes for Enlire Family"
Bus'Ier Brown - Risque - Air S+ep
Jarman - Rablee -- U. S. Keds
BaIle+ and Tap Shoes
NEW INSTALLATIONS - REPAIRS
"The I-lome of Oualily Plumbing
for lhe Year Round"
3I60-B Old Shell Rd. Mobile
STAR LOAN COMPANY
50 S. Royal S1'ree+
473-3556 Headquarrers lor:
473-3557 fk Typewrilers
Slore Hours 8 A.M. +o 8 P.M. Daily f Musical lnslrumenls
Excep+ Sunday 9 A.M. 'ro 5 P.M. f Drawing Sels
Pick up and Delivery if Luggage
BURCH'S CLEANERS AND
4 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
603 Holcombe Ave. 477-4642
I76 Sou+l1 Ann S+.
Navco Mc'Vay Shopping Cen+er
CoH'age Hill a+ Azalea Road Shopping Cenier
Do H' Yourself
Coin-Operaied Dry Cleaning and Laundry
AHendan+ on Du+y 'l'o Help You
OPEN 6:30 TO II:O0 P.M.
35? 2 . We
TEXACO SERVICE A '
l50 So. Florida S+ree+ HE 2.4667
Mobile, Alabama 473-9540 9 Norfh Concep+ion S+ree+
Generalor and S'rar1'er Service
Armaiure Winding - BaHeries
We Check ancLSe+ Vollage Regulaiors
I865 S+. Siephens Rd.
FRISH'S DRUG STORE
SAVE MONEY o
BUY MONEY ORDERS
0 PAY UTILITY BILLS
0 CASH CHECKS
O BUY TRAVELERS CHEQUES
OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
MOBILE CHECK EXCHANGE
0 MAIN orrlce-2660 SPRING HILL AVE, .
qorsnxrinc umasn sur: SUPERVISIONI
"The Sun Nlever Sels on BeauIy"
Salon de Renee
A Good Place lo Fai
200 S+. Francis S+ree'I
Tiara" Privaie Dining Room for Pariies
'Me Ramada Wane
We're Famed for Good Food
254 Governmenf S'rree'r
23l3 S+. Sfephens Road
- The Sou+h's Biggesl Car Lol -
TWO FULL ACRES OF NEW AND USED CAR
New Triumph Au'I'omobiles
Compleie Sfoclc of All Paris for Triumph
Over 300 Used Cars Io Selec'I From
MobiIe's Newesi Used Cars
I Year Warranly
Complefe Modern Service Depar+men+
in Rear ofFLoI
We Pay Top Dollar for Good Clean Cars
Local Disfribuior for Varnado
Air Condi+ioners Complefely Insfalled
for as LiH'le as SZI9
Open Day and Nighlf "ll l+'s Cool and Moves, We Sell ll"
Phone HEmlocIc 2-2238 Mobile, Alabama
look for the golden arches... MoDonaId'sQ
MARSHALL BISCUIT CO.
Old Fashioned Buourermilk BiscuiIs
FRANK R. WADE, INC.
62 SI. Francis SI'ree'I - HE 2-26I4
I000 Milner Building
Telephone: I-IEmIocIc 2-3572
Sherrian Taylor tries on shoes from AIIIIYIJS as Charles Carrick looks on.
Correcf FII in QuaIiIy FooIwear Always
3II8 Springdaie Plaza ' Phone: GR I-3267
Home Owned - Home Operafed
CITY CLUB WESTBORO
COURSEY STANDARD SERVICE
I58 N. McGregor Avenue
Road Service - Tune Ups -
Wash and Wax Jobs
Brake Work - Lubrica'I'ion and
Phone 342-9736 M. B. COURSEY, Mgr.
If You Can"r Find I+ ai' +he
GERHARDT5 ALABAMA HARDWARE
Since l9I3 '
For Fine Luggage and Gifrs Then fitigz
Bring Your Mohian for You Had u-gmt E
Free Gold Monogramming BeH'er g
I09 Dauphin S+ree+ G0 I
HE 2-7324 Mablla, Alabama . . f A fffawzwf-ll
BEN F. BREWER
SERVICE STATION Congra+uIa+ionS
232I old Shell Road +0 me
Phone Class of I64
Slanclard Oil Proclucls From
"Slyle Wilhoul Exlravagance
60 N. Wilson Ave. Nor'I'h Arcade
RYAN STEVEDORI NG ,gill
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WORLD OF FASHION FOR FOIH MEN
DOWNTOWN ' PRICHARD ' SPRINGDALE PLAZA
The Southern Industries Corporation
family ot growing companies dedicated
to progress in the South . . .
Southern Oyster Shell Milling Corporation
Oyster Shell Corporation
Oyster Shell Products Corporation
Mayo Shell Company'
Pelican State Lime Company'
Radclitt Materials, Inc.
Henderson Sugar Retinery, Inc.
Alabama Docks Retinery Operating Company
Grand Hotel Development Corporation
Lakewood Gott Club
McPhiIIips Packing Corporation
'Division ot Southern Oyster Shell Milling Corporation
SOUTHERN INDUSTRIES CORPORATION
GENERAL orrices ' MoBu.E, ALABAMA
Wedding Invitations a Specialty"
2328 St. Stephens Road
4409 Old Shell Road
ALWAYS IN STOCK
E. R. Moore GIRLS' GYM SUITS Swingblue
Sou+I1ern BOYS' GYM SUITS OId GoId
L. G. ADAMS '
Spor+ing Goods Company
2200 Governmen+ S+ree+ - A+ +I1e Loop
SPALDING - WILSON - RAWLINGS
S There is an expert crew of mechanics at
'rowmcs co. DANN'5
Foo+ 0+ S+. Francis S+ree+
I300 Governmen+ S+ree+
66444 af 54
TENSER LUMBER CO.
"gen -famfez ck 7owa"
Chevy Ci+y 7"
Your Unau+I1orizecI E R E
432-3536 508 S+. Louis S+.
433-3259 130: Springhill Ave. 6 Sain+ Joseph S+-
Since T947 . . .
have looked to RcIphael's
for Cops and Gowns
WHERE YOU MEET
Q. TI-IE NIOEST PEOPLE
Sh on-BaH'le House Buildin
5A: S fgesl' Uyzlvfesf
pf LoRD's TIRE
MMG gw yq 8. SUPPLY co., INC.
BLACK AND WHITE
COLOR FILM DEVELGPING TWC? LOCATONS
PI-IOTOORAPI-IIC SUPPLIES Molmle - Pnchafd
"Thru Your VanTOne Dealer"
l507 Springhill Avenue
Across From Providence Hospi+al
PRODUCTS HE 2-Om
HE 3-5723 Open 8 A.M. To 8 P.M.
Dial 478-5247 IVIGIH PIan+
78II Nor+I1 Warren S+
Laundry and Cleaners
"BeIIer Work and Beiier Service"
FRENCH DRY CLEANING
ABB'S MOVING SERVICE
AGENT: MAYFLOWER WORLD-WIDE
554 Sou+I1 Royal S'rree+ 0 Mobile, Alabama
ABB WOOLDRIDGE, JR. TELEPHONE: HE 3-I655
Congra+uIa+ions, Class of '64
BONNER NOVELTY CO.
66 Dauphin S+. HE 2-7405
"Serving Ivobile for 72 Years"
BURIAL VAULTS-MONUMENTS-LOT CARE
COMMERCIAL SAND-BLASTING OF ALL KINDS
I067 Virginia S+ree'r Mobile, Alabama
HIGGINS BROWN - SERVICE
CONTINENTAL MOTORS, INC
29OI Governmeni' BIvcI.
Aufhorizecl Volkswagen Sales
Bill Haupt demonstrates to Dan Hanson and Susan Kimbrough the use of the Polaroid Multi-Purp I d t I V C
CALAGAZ PHOTO SUPPLY
4I7 Holcombe Avenue ai' +he Loop
Telephone HE 2-4424- I32 North Ann Street
IDEAL DRUGS, INC.
I07 Upham Street
MARGUERITE BENSON HALL
School of Dance
473-6080 I7I9 Dauphin Street 473-590I
BATON ' TAP ' BALLROOM
BALLET ' ACROBATICS
GRAVELY OF MOBILE,
20:4 Halls Mill Road 479-4596
GRAVELY POWER EQUIPMENT
Clinton -:- Briggs 84 Stratton
Lauson -:- Wisconsin Gasoline
Engines ancl Parts -:- Ro'I'ol'iIIers
, 5-. II
' i ll
Building for the Future
3 oiio On the Heritage of
I 4 MobiIe's Past
New 33-sto ry
H A " building of the
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A rmsr NATIONAL BANK
As a stepping-stone to even
greater service, Alabama's oldest
bank-to celebrate its 100th Anni-
versary in 1965-will construct
Alabama's tallest building. The
"last word" in modernity, it will
rise as a symbol of our confidence
in Mobile and the Gulf Coast area.
M 0 an LE L ALABA MA
Nearing a Century of Service
Everylhing in Sporls
3058 Springdale Plaza
Phone 47l-3463 or 64
REAL ESTATE AND M 'ia USE OUR TRADE UP
INSURANCE QREALTOPS HOME PLAN
BRADLEY A WATTS
Mary Adams loves the design of her 1964 Rambler from
HARDY MOTOR COMPANY
BUILDERS A REALTORS If X 803 Dauphin S+.
272 So. McGregor Ave.-Phone 342-5040 llxgla, W P-O- BOX 4305
RO' BOX 2l8l RAMBLER Mobile, Alabama
D. G. BRADLEY McGregor Square
Res. Phone 342-8289 Mobile, Ala.
"World'S Finesl Chef al
The Worlcl'S Finesl Reslauranl'
9-ll Norfh Royal Slreel
ai' The Ramada Inn
ser ca wonderful Quturef
Mary Lou McConnell and Jerry Wood show the conveniences of a Pontiac at
TRAIL CADILLAC - PONTIAC, INC.
600 S+. Louis S+. HE 2-774 I
"Trail Square" The Home of
PONTIAC - TEMPEST - CADILLAC
and The Car of Tomorrow Grand Prix
MCLEOD MARI N E
Boa+s and Boafing
Mobile 479-8974 Gulf Shores 81
We Furnish The Home
MODERN CCggAMiEfiCC2,N THE GULF OLD MATTRESSES MADE NEW
B 1 n ONE DAY SERVICE
IOOCYO Air Conchhonecl
Swimming pool Dial HE 3-3742 466-ifgbilaaulilgn S+
Gulf Shores, Alabama 293
"Finesl in Ibe Nalion"
Air Condilioning - Healing
Cooling - Healing
Mobile Supply Company
5I2 Soulh Ann S'Iree+
Across From Harlwell Field
Iv1OBILE'S "LITTLE ITALIAN RESTAURANT"
Real lfalian Pizza
Spagl1e'H'i . . . Ravioli . . . Llasagne
CALL-IN CARRY-OUT SERVICE
4369 Old Shell Road
F. A. DOBBS AND SONS
700 Glenwood S+ree+
B. e. IBILLI GILMER
G. E. IGENEI BOTTER
650 Holcombe Avenue
"Your Real Eslale Problem Is Our Business
OFFICE 477-542 I
GULF COAST JEWELRY
AND SPECIALTY CO., INC.
SPORTING GOODS AND TOYS
5I Dauphin S+ree'I Mobile, Alabama
ir ,I U IIIII in
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L NO IMINIMUM L,
f rem PERSONALIZED Alrv, A
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' Member Federal Dapasii' -Insurance Corporaiiiiifi ZVI -,""',' ,
Enioy that REFRESHING
COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., INC.
DRUG STORE, INC.
2669 Springhill Av
I Bill Morando helps Lydia Rubira at
CLEANERS SPRING HILL
5 So. McGregor Avenue
Mobile, Alabama 6I BH ancl Spur Road
MAY SUPPLY COMPANY
Plumbing and I-lealing Supplies
270 N. Royal
M K GREGG HARRIS
3707 Old Sh u R a T s. c c I 2855 Springhill Avenue
e oa own oun+ry asuas Mobile' Alabama
P 1' II I+ +I1
Iygi E-I d + I f
+h M I1+N+ IB lr
2 S+ores +o Serve You
400 Dauphin S+. MobiIe
5I I-I3 Wilson Ave. Prichard
"Bowling Is Fun"
OAK BOWLING LANES
More and More Mobilians Shop
Sporiinq Good, Musical Insirumenis
258 Dauphin S+. HE 2-6595
G. E. DIAMOND, Owner Founded in I92
DAY AFTER DAY KAY'S HAS
THE BIG SELECTION IN FASHION
F FooTwEAR ' REYNOLDS
E TISE'iRQl1E'i'CAS TExAco SERVICE
We Specialize in Brake Work
H'i1I:eC:EeioLfE:ElY Tune-Ups - Balancing Wheels
Fa'-nilyil' Road Service
SHOES Old Shell and Florida S+. Mobile, Ala.
23I5 S. W. Ison Ave. In Prichard y
ADDING MACHINES SALES 8: SERVICE CO.
5I0 Hous+on Sireef Mobile, Ala.
MAX WILLIAMS, Manager
R AUTHORIZED DEALER: Vic'I'or Adding Machines
P ' 'Ii Calculafors
TEXACO SERVICE CI-irflhnRe9is+erS
Hour Service I5 our Repuianonn ADIER: ELF::Tiicl+eSlandard, and Poriable Models
TIRES-BATTERIES-ACCESSORIES POSTALIA P + M +
g os a e e ers . . .
Phone 473-9282 623 Holcombe Avenue and Evlailing Room Equipmenr
NO DOWN PAYMENT: ON APPROVED CREDIT
l 5 1
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The Macmillan Company The Jqgk Puqr Shaw
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20th CENTURY COLLEGE
8 S+. Joseph Sfreei 438-9839
Mobile, Alabama 298
Sarah Long trains for personnel work by pinch-hitting for her father, Mr. W. T. Long.
Long's Personnel Service, Inc.
304 Milner Building, ll8 N. Royal St.
"Mobile's Largest Private Employment Agency"
AND PAVING COMPANY
Gill Printing 81 Stationery
88 N. Wilson Avenue C0"n lnc'
Prichard' Alabama 400 St. Louis Street
GL 2-466' Mobile, Alabama HE 3-3776
ANDERS BOOK STORE
EXTERMINATING CO. Books Supple
General Fumlqallng 406 Government Street
P t Control Service . . . Bondecl Termite C t I 438-5658 Mobile Alabama
H Icombe Avenue Post Ottice B 6I83 I
GREER FOR GROCERIES STATIONERY COMPANY
GREER'5 GOT IT "Everything tor Your Otticeu
More tor Your Money - SCHOOL SUPPLIES -l
Slmple as -l-hal BLUEPRINTS PHOTOSTATS
68 St. Francis St. Phone 432-05I8
Congrafulalions Goocl Luclc
Class of and
'64 Besf Wishes
DEW DROP INN CLASS OF '64
Our winning football team drinks milk from
QQWJM . if ll
CLOVER FARM STORES
Fresh Mea-ls and Groceries
2200 Fairway Drive
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THE VARSITY SHOP
2524 old Shell Road
For All of Your Variefy Slore
Needs - Downiown
W. WOOLWORTH CO.
VARSITY SHOP CHASTAIN 81 BLASS
2524 Old Shen Road Builders - Developers
47'-U23 I66 S. Wilson Ave Prichard, Alabama
Telephone GL 7-2386
SEARS, DOWNTOWN MOBILE'S
MOST COMPLETE ONE-STOP
You Can Count
lity Costs N0 NI
No Money Down . . . on Any
Credil Purchase You lvlalce
5I So. Royal S+ .... Mobile, Alabama . . . 433-553I
"Fine Furnilure and Appliances
for lhe l-lome"
453 Governmeni' S+.
Mobile' Alabama 309 Governmenf S'I'. l50 No. Craf+ Hiway
3274 Springdale Plaza Chickasaw, Alabama
63 S. Wilson Ave.
302 Prichard, Alabama
SPORTING GOODS CO.
76 Dauphin SI'ree+ HE 2-5624
MacGregor A+hIeIic Equipmeni'
Spo'I Bill' Shoes and Sand Swealers
FRUIT DISTRIBUTING CO.
66 Beauregard S+.
Fresh Frui+s and Vegefables
Service Available on Any Ele-cfronic
Equipmenf for Marine, Aircraf-I, Home, Broad-
casI', Indusfry, Special Service-Recording of
NMA L., .
Murphy's modern language lab was buill by
.s ylist at Vanity Beauty Salon does Susan Kimbrough's
Complele Beauiy Care
WM SMW BEAUTY SALON
"Your Elecironic Problem ls Our 2528 Old Shell Road
profession." lCorner Old Shell and Floridal
HERBERT M. SKELTON Telephone Mobile. Alabama
ll Elizabefh Place 471-3783 EFFIE WIMMER, Owner TELEPHONE GR 8-8105
1 0 if Iclellhgl-r E
1314 Government ST, Springdale Plqzq
HE 8-3026 471-3223
Make Us Your "ONE STOP"
for Sluffed Animals
MAXEY'S FORMALS RENTALS
A if TUXEDOES
-A' Euu DRESS
.- f MORNING SUITS
-Af WHITE SUITS
f DINNER JACKETS
'V 70 Dauphin Sfreef
Moxey Lipsifz HEmIock 2-3315
L. D. STRICKLAND, Owner
Prescripfions Filled by Regisfered Pharmacisfs
4650 Airporl Boulevard
Where Friends Ivleel
Complele Sinclair Service
Mobile, Alabama 2699 Highway 90 W. Phone 47l-9369
"FAST FREE DELIVERY"
I56-B No. McGregor Ave.
Shampoo and Se+ - Sl.75
Perm anen I' - 57.50
Esther Gaskin Prefers
ROGERS EXTERMI NATI NG CO
2l06 Governmenl' Sfreel'
Nighis and Holidays - Phone 479-7669
EXTERMINATORS SINCE I939
MOBlLE'S FIRST RESIDENTIAL
AIR CONDITIONING SPECIALISTS
33I0 Springhill Avenue Exl.
"An Old Slore Wilh a New Look"
"More Than Ever You'll Like Trading a+
M H ll pl th q al ty T.V.'s.
HILL S RADIO 81 T V SALES SERVICE
63I9 Governmeni' BouIevard
4203 Old Shell Rd. 3946 Airpor+ Blvd
Phone 342-4720 Phone 342-4860
"Serving Wesiern Mobile"
TURNER SUPPLY CO.
-Indus+riaI and EIecI'ricaI
SI'eeI - Machinery
250 No. Royal SI. Mobile.
IIO Ryan Avenue
Phone 478 9353
BUSINESS AND INDUSTRIAL
I Linda Stowe buys her sportswear from
MOBILE3 :NE DEPAwTME'.r VCFE E'-'IE I?'?
IN DOWNTOWN MOBILE! ROYAL, DAUPHIN, AND CONTI
Phone HE 3-373I
For Personal Shopper Service
Murphians meet at the Rebel Queen after school.
THE REBEL QUEEN
25I8 Old Shell Road
BROWN - SERVICE
Underlalcing Company, Inc.
Good Luck ancl Bes'r Wishes
BWKRNES MOTORS, INC.
Imperial - Chrysler
PIymou'Ih - VaIian'I
50-60 S. Broad S'Iree'I
Phone HE 2-3I96 - 3-I645
The Sign of Service
ALL OVER TCWN
" 3 'f -
la 1 Riig, ,-
. . Movies at Giddens and Rester Theatres are enjoyed by Murphi
Dial 2-4474 for Delivery , , ,
For Ihe Bes+ in Movie En+er+ainmen+, A++end a
GIDDENS 8: RESTER THEATRE
DOWNTOWN ' ROXY ' AUTO-SHO
CENTURY ' AIR-SHO
Mr. Lawther enjoys serving Murphy students at the Cibo Ho
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General AuI'o Repairs
Fron'I End Alignmenl' and Wheel Balancing
Painfing, Body, and Fender Worlc
Aufomobile Air Condifioning Service
600 S+. An'Ihony S'rree+ Phone HE 8-4634
THE LAMP AND SHADE
2454 Old Shell Road
ZI3-A Conii S+ree'r
I8 N. Wilson Avenue
AZALEA SUPPLY CO., INC
xD'ux,Dw4m os Iluiwvuud
M su WQIXYZWKWSF
eww Cv W t . se Mafia 701.0 Law,
O. ou, Unwmsqosou MQ Aww vbcwme,
W QM MOBILE couNTY
If tgqumawl Fastest Growing County in the State
CU41, wvupfvucl PROFIT AND PRosPERiTY
M ' I' wi mai. s0'u4.
No other section in the United States otters the home seeker
W Wvestor surer returns tor his money than Mobile County, Alabama. We
- have more than eight hundred miles ot paved roads, and more being
JI constructed, malting every section ot the County easily accessible on
' paved roads. Fruits ot every variety, tarming, cattle raising, bee culture,
XLQWLNDXXJWOOI, truck-growing: in tact, everything that is ottered in ditterent
. sections ot the country is embodied in the possibilities ottered the
M lf, industries ot Mobile, one ot the seven most progressive cities in the
' United States. Thousands ot acres ot virgin soil are available tar below
1190. gheir intrinsic value. Climate and water are equal to the best in the United
W U' A visit to Dauphin Island will convince you it is the sportsman's paradise
-salt water tishing the year 'round.
wb? Investigation and correspondence are solicited. For turther intormation
bffv-Z. about this wondertul section, communicate with County Commission ot
Mobile Count Alabama
QW wffvLwlt010ydv0L.v3buQVww,o4u au,
WW CUP' yqosuevbq
LEROY STEVENS, Chairman yqbw'
I-IUGI-I FORT, Commissioner
WILL D. I-IAAS, Commissioner
Mr. Springer shows graduation invitations to Shannon
Miller, Don Siegelman, Karl Kerzic, and Brenda Mills.
' , .ig '64
Class Rings, Invi+a+ions, Diplomas, Caps and Gowns.
Trophies and Awards
A. 81 M. Peanut Shoppe 288
Abb's Moving Service 288
Adding Machine Sales 8: Service 298
Alabama Asphalt Paving Co. 300
Alabama Hardware Co. 284
Alabama Sheraton Corporation 280
Almyris Shoes 283
American National Bank 294
Ander's Book Stores, Inc. 300
Arnett Construction Cc. 279
Athey's Ceramics 280
Autry Greer 3: Sons, Inc. 300
Azalea Grill 282
Azalea Supply Co., lnc. 309
Barnes Motors lnc. 306
Beasley Electric Co., lnc. 290
Bellas Hess Superstore 279
Ben F. Brewer Service Station 284
Bidgood Stationery Co. 300
Bonner Novelty Co. 288
Botter-Gilmer Realtors 294
Bradley 81 Watts, lnc. 291
Brannan Sporting Goods Go. 291
Buck Hintonls Toulminville Motors 282
Burch's Cleaners 8 Laundry 281
Buriord Equipment Co. 284
Calagaz Photo Supply, Inc. 289
Camellia, Skyline, 81 Oak Bowling
Chapman's Drug Store 304
Charmaine Coiffures 304
Chastain 81 Blass 302
Chin Laundry 31 Dry Cleaners 306
Claude Moore Jeweler 286
Cibo House 307
Coca-Cola Bottling Co., lnc. 295
Coleman Furniture 81 Mattress Co. 293
Continental Motors, lnc. 288
County Commission of Mobile
Coursey's Standard Service 284
Dann's Standard Service 286
Delchamp's, Inc. 301
Demeranville Floral Co., Inc. 281
Dew Drop Inn 301
Diamond Roofing 81 Sheet Metal
Dobb's, F. A. Sz Sons Construction
Downtown Hardware Co. 297
Dukes Garage 8: Body Shop 309
Dyson, lnc. 280
E. G. Fitzgerald-Balfour Co. 276
Electronic Service Engineers 303
English Drug Store, lnc. 296
Etheridge Generator 81 Starter
Fabric Mart of Alabama, Inc. 309
First National Bank 296
Focdtown Stores 300
Frank R. Wade, Inc. 283
Frisch's Drug Store 282
Fruit Distributing Co., lnc. 303
Gerhardtls Luggage Co. 284
Gibson Drug Company, lnc. 281
Giddens Sz Rester Theaters 306
Gill Printing 8: Stationery Co., Inc. 300
Goodyear Service Stores 280
Graftis Dairy 301
Gravely of Mobile, lnc. 290
Gregg Harris Furniture Co. 296
Gulf Coast Jewelry 81 Speciality Co.,
Hardy Motor Co., Inc. 291
Heiter-Starke Printing Co., lnc. 280
Herbert Lyons 81 Co. 283
Heritage Pharmacy 287
Higgins-Brown Service Mortuaries,
Hill's Radio-T.V. Sz Appliances 305
Holiday, lnc. 296
Home Savings 81 Loan Association 277
Ideal Drugs, 1nc. 290
.loe Bullard Oldsmobile, lnc. 277
.loyce Jewelers 278
Kayis Shoes 298
Keith-McKinney Co. 304
Kirkpatrick's Clover Farm Store 301
Lamp and Shade Shoppe 309
L. G. Adams Sporting Goods Co. 286
Long Exterminating Co. 300
Long's Personnel Service, Inc. 299
Loop Appliance Co. 279
Lord's Tire and Supply Co., Inc. 287
McDonald's Carry Out Restaurant 283
McEachern of Mobile Photography 308
McLean's Barber Shop 277
McLeod Marine 293
Macon Drugs 305
Maisel Cottages 293
Marguerite Benson Hall School of
Marshall Biscuit Co. 283
Maxey's Formal Rentals 303
May Supply Co. 303
Merchant's National Bank of Mobile 29
Metzger's, Inc. 285
Minge Floral Co., Inc. 302
Mobile Check Exchange 282
Mobile Supply Co. 294
Nathan Furniture Co., Inc. 297
Nixon Drugs, Inc. 304
Nu-Way Laundry Sz Dry Cleaners 288
Paul Brown Toy Center 303
Pl1illip's Furniture Co. 280
Preferred Risk Mutual lnsurance
Rebel Queen 306
Reynold's Texaco Service 298
Robert's Texaco Service Station 298
Roche-Brown Service Undertaking
Roger's Exterminating Co. 304
Roger's .lewelry Co. 279
Ryan Stevedoring Co., Inc. 285
Sanchez Amoco Service Center 277
Sears, Roebuck 81 Co. 302
Shoe Box, The 280
Simms Brother Towing Co. 302
Smith's Bakery 290
Sonnier's Hygenic Diaper Service 279
Southem Bell Telephone St Telegraph
Southern lndustries Corporation 81
Spic 81 Span Cleaners 298
Spottswood Films 305
Spring Hill Cleaners 296
Spring Hill .lewelers 285
Spring Hill Prescriptions 296
Star Loan Co. 281
Strickland's Service Station 304
Sunset Hills Beauty Salon 282
Tanner's Kwik Lunch, Inc. 278
Tenser Lumber Co. 286
Thoss Sporting Good's Company 303
Tilmon Brown Monuments, Inc. 298
Tony's Pizza, Inc. 294
Toulrninville Printing Co. 285
Trail Cadillac-Pontiac, Inc. 293
Tri-State Wholesale, Inc. 277
Turner Supply Co. 305
Twentieth Century Business College 298
Vanity Beauty Salon 303
Van's Photo Supply 287
Varsity Shop 301
V.1.P. Motors 286
Watkins Quality Products 287
Weatherby Furniture Co. 302
Welch's Texaco Service Station 281
Woolworth, F. W. Co. 301
Zoghby's Downtown Shopping
T HE 1964 MUHIAN STAFF
GLOOK FOR MORE IN '6-43,
MISS ELOISE FOSTER LUCY RUTLAND
Faculty Advisor Editor-in-Chief
AMY DELAPLAINE MARY ELIZABETH ADAMS
Business Manager Assistant Editor
DAN HANSON LISA VIA
Photographer Assistant Editor
LYNN BAGWELL ,rr,or
SANDRA MERRILL .,...i ,..,...
DELORIS BANKSTON .,......,,L,
Senior Class Editor
Senior Class Editor
RUTH NELSON ,,r1.,,,....t, ,,,,,,, J unior Class Editor
JEAN CLARKE ,,,,.t, Sophomore Class Editor
PAT SKELTON .... tt,ttt.,.. Asst. Class Editor
SUSAN LINGO ,,,,,Art...,. ,,,,,,, A sst. Class Editor
DOROTHY BODDEN ......,.t,,,,,,, Asst. Class Editor
SARAH LONG .,,,,........ Student Council Editor
MACY TUTTLE .t....r, Asst. Student Council Editor
ROBERTA MURPHY v,,,,,,,..,.....,,,..... Club
CAROL ADAMS .,t,.,.. ,ttti A SSI. Club
BECKY BODDEN ....t,,t .,ttt,i, A sst. Club
SHEILA WAGSTER .....,,.,,,ttt,,,,,,,,,t Layout
RENE SPENCER ,.t.,t,,,..,,,,. Asst. Layout
HELEN WOOLDRIDGE ,,,,,,,t..,.,t,,,,t., . , Art
,.,c,,,,,,,,,,,, Literary Editor
..... .. .....r, ,,,,,,--,,AVYYYY W ritef
VIRGINIA BLACKIVIARR rr... ..rr . Writer
KATIE WAT TERSON ..,..,c r..,t,.,, Writer
ANN MOSS f.-r.r.r..r,,,,,,, ....,,,. A sst. Writer
LEE CRONENBERG .,,t..ct
.IANELLE ERNEST ,,,,,,,. ,,,,cc,--,,7,,, A Sgt, Writer
SUSAN KIMBROUGH .,..,... Advertising Manager
ANNETTE KAHN ...,..., Asst. Advertising Manager
PETEY SPARKS ......rr.. . ......... Circulation Manager
.,,,,.,., ,,,,,,,,i,MeK . ,,,-,,,,---- T ypist
BARBARA ROWELL .c,,,. ,,,e, T ypist
,,,,,,,t,,.... ,,,,,, , .,,,,,,,,,-,,,,, T ypigt
CARMEN CASTIGLIONE ........ Recording Editor
ANNE BECHTELHEIMER ,....... Recording Editor
GAIL RIDER ..,.....,........,r, Asst. Recording Editor
KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS: Agr. Inc., Argument Incorporated, Cafe.. Cafeteria, Capt., Captain, Comm., Committee, Coun.,
Council, Ct., Court, D.O., Diversified Occupations, Ed,, Editor, F.B.L.A., Future Business Leaders of America, F.N.A., Future
Nurses of America, F.R.A.H.S., Fan Randlette Art Honor Society, His.. Historic, I.C.C., Inter-Club Council, Inc., Incorporated,
Jr., Junior, Lib., Library, Maj., Majorette, M.A.R.S., Murphy Aeronautical Research Society, Med., Medical, Mon., Monitor,
Mgr., Manager, N.H.S., National Honor Society, Off., Office, Orch., Orchestra, Pres., President, Psychology, Rep., Representa-
tive, Sci., Science, Sec., Secretary, Spec. Chor., Special Chorus, Sr., Senior, Treas., Treasurer, Vis. Ed., Visual Education,
V.P.. Vice President, 2, Sophomore, 3, Junior, 4, Senior.
ADAMS, GARY GLENN
Chem-Bo-Phys 3-4, J.E.T.S. 3-4, Four Arts 3-4, Spec. Chor.
4, Sr. Speaker
177, 112, 113, 169, 2081
ADAMS, MARY ELIZABETH
N.H.S. 3-4, Quill and Scroll 3-4, Stu. Coun. 3 1Rep.1:
MOHIAN 3-4 1As. Ed. 41, Speech Club 2-3 1V.P. 315
French Club 2-4, Swim. Club 2, Outstanding Sr. 1Social
167, 68, 70, 83, 93, 96, 115, 169, 205, 211, 2911
ADGER, ROBERT EMMETT
ADKINS, DAVID MCLEOD
Latin Club 3, Track 4
1158, 161, 1691
AGEE, CHARLES EDWARD
AIKENS, EVELYN ALICE
Stu. Coun. 2-4 1Class V.P. 2, Rep. 3-41, F.B.L.A. 4 1Sec.1,
Homecoming Maid 2, 4
AIKENS, ROSE MARIE
Mon. 4, Off. Asst. 4
ALDRIDGE, EDNA EARLE
Four Arts Club 3
ALLEN, CANDY ALETTA
Stu. Coun. 2 1Rep.1, French 2-4, Jr. His. Soc. 3-4, Spanish
Club 4, Red Cross 4 1Rep.1
Med. Asst. 4, Red Cross 2-3, French Club 2-3, F.B.L.A. 4
ANDERSON, KATHERINE DIANE
F.N.A. 2, Red Cross 2 1Rep.1, F.B.L.A. 4
ANDERSON, MIKE H.
ANDREWS, LARRY LESTER
ARRAS, GEORGE EDWARD
ASHBEE, JAMES ERSKINE
Red Cross 4, Mon. 3
ASHBY, GEORGE WAYNE
ATKINS, BARBARA JEAN
Stu. Coun. 2, Band 2-4, F.T.A. 2-3, Spanish Club 2-3
ATKINS, MARTHA JANE
N.H.S. 3-4, Red Cross 2-3, 1Pres. 31 Latin Club 1Sec.-
Treas. 41 French Club 3-4, Four Arts Club 2-4, Out-
standing Sr. 1Language1
193, 115, 169, 2101
Red Cross 2 1Rep.1, Jr. His. Soc. 4, Hi Times 4
BAGWELL, LYNN ALICE
N.H.S. 3-4, MOHIAN 4 1Fac. Ed.1, F.T.A. 2, Outstand-
ing Sr. 1Math1Z Quill and Scroll 4-
BAILEY, CATHERINE BRADLEY
French Club 3
BAILEY, EDWARD BRADLEY
BAKER, LARRY HARMON
BAKER, VIRGINIA LESLIE
F.R.A.H.S. 3-4, Spec. Chor. 3-4
BANKSTON, BETTY DELORIS
Jr. His. Soc. 2, Stu. Coun. 3 1Rep.1, MOHIAN 3-4,
1Sr. Class Ed. 41 Quill and Scroll 4
183, 99, 1691
BARRETT, JOHN GRAHAM
N.H.S. 3-4 1Pres. 41, Key Club 3-4 1Treas. 41, I.C.C. 4
1Treas. 41, Tennis Team 3, Off. Asst. 2, Sr. Speaker
192, 93, 103, 169, 171, 2081
BARTLETT, JOHN TERRY
BARTON, GLENDA KAY
BASSENGER, CHARLES FRANCES
BATTISTE, DAVID RAY
Baseball 3-4, Cross Country 4
BATTLES, BENJAMIN CHESTER
BAUGH, RUDY POWELL
BEARD, CHERYL LINDA
Stu. Coun. 3, Spec. Chor. 3-4, French Club 4, Four Arts
BEAUVAIS, HENRY TUTHILL
BECHTELHEIMER, ANNE THERESA
MOHIAN 4 1Rec0rding Ed.1 Lib. As. 3,. Y-Teens 3-4,
Bowling Club 3-4, Quill and Scroll
BECK, KATHERINE MARSELLE
Red Cross 2-3 1V.P. 21, Hi Times 2 1Rep.1, Girls Chor.
3, Spec. Chor. 4
BECKAM, PEGGY LOU
French Club 2
BEDFORD, LOIS TALMIDGE
BEDSOLE, BRENDA JOYCE
D.O. 3-4 1V.P. 3, Pres. 41
BELL, BEVERLY ANN
Stu. Coun. 3 1Rep.1
BELL, LEE ALEXANDER
BENNETT, FRED SWINNEY
BENNETT, JAMES ALBERT
Football Mgr. 2
BERNHARDT, SYLVIA PAULETTE
F.N.A. 4g Med. Asst. 4
BISHOP, ELAINE CECELIA
BIXLER, WALTER GAILLARD
BLACKLEDGE, WILLIAM L.
D.E. 4, Band 2-4
BLACKMARR, JESSIE VIRGINIA
N.H.S. 4, French Club 2-4 CPres. 45g Stu. Coun. 3 fRep.5
I.C.C. 4g MOHIAN 4 CWriter5 9 Quill and Scroll 4
BLAIR, DON M.
BLAKENEY, FRED L.
BLISS, DONALD BOWER
N.H.S. 3-4g J.E.T.S. 3-4 1V.P. 45 Chem-Bo-Phys. 3-49
Science Fair 2-3 CNat. Winner5
BODDEN, JOSEPH ASHTON
French Club 2-3g Hi Times 4 CRep.5 5 Band 2-4
BODIFORD, JAMES WALTER
Ushers Club 3-4
BOLEN, JOHN HAROLD
N.H.S. 3, Hi Times 4g Quill and Scroll 4
181, 92, 99, 1715
BOLLMAN, DANIEL WILLIAM
German Club 2-3, Chem-Bo-Phys 2-35 Mon. 4
BOLLMAIN, MARY JACQUELINE
German Club 2-3 fSec.-Treas. 35
BOOKER, DANIEL PAYTON
BORG, LARRY MICHEAL
BOSARGE HUDSON M.
BOSTICK, PATSY ROENA
Y-Teens 2, DECA 4
BOTTER, PAUL EMMETT
BOWEN, MARION EUNICE
BOYD, REBECCA EIUGENIA
Y-Teens 25 Stud. Coun. fRep. 35
Honors, Year, Arid Pages Pictured
BOYES, RALPH JOSEPH
Spike Shoe Club 4, Cross Country 4
BRADLEY, JOHNNY MELVIN
BRADLEY, MARTHA FAYE
Hi Times 3 1Rep.5 Off. Asst. 2-35 Med. A
BRANDENBURG, RALPH EDWARD
BRANDON, CAROL JAY
Stud. Coun. 2 1rep.5g Bowling Club 2-3
BRANDON, WILLIAM LYNN
BRANNON, BARBARA ANNE
Stu. Coun. 3, F.N.A. 2g DECA 4 fPres.5
1123, 171, 60, 615
BREDAHL, PHYLLIS ELIZABETH
French Club 2
BRELAND, WILLIS EARL
BRENNAN, JOHN E.
Football 4g Hi Times 2 CR1-:p.5
BRETTEL, CHARLES WILLIAM
BRIDGES, LARRY EARL
Outstanding Sr. fComInercial5
BRINSON, ATHALIE HUNTER
Spanish Club 2, Arg. Inc. 3
BRITTON, WILLIAM ALAN
Stu. Coun. 4 fRep.5g Band 2-43 Orchestra 34 Red Cross
170, 90, 168, 1725
BROiXDUS, CHARLES EDWARD
BROWN, BECKY ANN
Med. Asst. 4g Hi Times 2
BROWN, JASON DANIEL
Football 35 Wrestling 33 Hi-Times 4 fSports Ed 5
181, 164, 1725
RROWNE, GEORGE ROBERT
BROWNLEE, ELIZABETH JOY
Bowling Club 3
BRUMMETT, PERRY THATCHER
Cetaceans 33 Spec. Chor. 4
BRUNSON, OLIVER DEWIT'T, JR.
Football 3-4g M Club 2-4
BRYAN, DAVID MARION
BRYARS, BARBARA KAY
Stu. Coun. 2 CRep.5g Hi Times 3 CRep.5
BRYARS, PEYTON RANDOLPH
N.H.S. 3-4 CHist. 415 Stu. Coun. 2 CRep.15 Red Cross 2
CRep.15 Project MORE 3
C92, 93, 119, 1721
BUCK, TONI REBECCA
Stu. Coun. 2 CRep.15 Red Cross 2 CRep.15 Outstanding
BUMGARDNER, DANIEL VANCE
J.E.T.S. 45 Chem-Bo-Phys 4
BURGETT, RAYMOND PERRY
BURKETT, GRACE LOUISE
BURKS, BRONWYN ALLASON
N.H.S. 3-45 French Club 2-4 CCorr. Sec. 415 Booster Club
2-4 CSec. 415 Stu. Coun. 2-3 CRep.15 Four Arts Club 45
Latin Club 45 Teach. Asst. 45 Outstanding Sr. CLanguage1
C92, 109, 115, 117, 172, 2101
BURNETT, LINDA LOUISE
BURNS, HENRY DAVID
French Club 3
BURTON, PAMELA ANN
Stu. Coun. 3 CRep.15 Off. Asst. 3-4-5 Bowling Club 4
BUSBY, JAMES LOUIE
BUSH, PAUL THOMAS
BUTLER, SHARON LOUISE
Stu. Coun. 2-3 CRep.15 Med. Asst. 4
BUTTS, JAMES CARL
BYRD, ARTHUR RAY
CALHOUN, THOMAS LEON
Wrestling 35 D.E. 4
CAMPBELL, BETTY IONE
Spec. Chor. 3-45 Four Arts Club 2-4
CANNON, GEORGE TRUSS, JR.
J.E.T.S. 45 Safe Driver Award 3
CANNON, MARGARET DYANN
CAPRARA, JAMES BLACKMON
CARAFOIL, LYNNE ALYS
Four Arts Club 25 Red Cross 2 CRep.1
CARL, DIANA LEE
Latin Club 3-4
CARMICHAEL, DOUGLAS LAMAR
Basketball 2-45 Baseball 3-4
CARTER, BRENDA GAIL
CARTER, PATRICIA LYNN
N.H.S. 3-4 CSec. 415 Y Teens 25 Red Cross 2-4 CTreas.
2-35 Pres. 415 Spec. Chor. 3-4 CSec. Leader 415 Madrigals
45 Four Arts Club 3-45 Hi Times 4 CRep.15 N.M.S.
CARTER, PATRICIA MURIEL
Y Teens 2-4 CPres. 25 V.P. 35 Sec. 415 Chem-Bo-Phys
25 Science Fair 2-3
CASANOVA, ENRICA LUCIA
French Club 4-5 Hi Times 4
C112, 173, 2061
CASEY, SYLVIA JEAN
Teach. Asst. 2
CASSITY, CECIL SUIMERALL
M Club 2-45 Football 2-4
CASTIGLIONE, CARMEN EARLE
N.H.S. 3-45 Quill and Scroll 3-45 Latin Club 3-45 German
Club 4 CSec.-Treas.1g Stu. Coun. 2 CRep.15 Hi Times 4-
CRep.15 MOHIAN 3-45 Outstanding Sr. CLanguage1
C82, 92, 96, 116, 117, 174, 2101
CATLIN, MENTOR WILLIAM
Quill and Scroll 3-45 Chem-Bo-Phys 2-45 Hi Times 2-4 CBus.
Mgr.15 Science Fair 3 CReg. Winner1
181, 96, 113, 1741
CATLIN, ROSEMARY CYNTHIA
Stu. Coun. 2-4 CRep.1 CSec.15 Teach. Asst. 2-35 Off. Asst.
45 F.B.L.A. 4
CHAMBERLAIN, CLIFFORD EDWIN, JR.
CHAMNESS, PAMELA JANE
French Club 45 Four Arts Club 2-4
CHANCELLOR, GRACE JOANNE
CHANEY, GERALD MICHEAL
CHENOWETH, LORETTA GAIL
Quill and Scroll 3-45 F.R.A.H.S. 45 Hi Times 3-4 CAdv.
CHERNIAK, JUDITH BINA
N.H.S. 3-45 Quill and Scroll 3-45 French Clubg Hi Times
2-4 CNews Ed. 35 Ed. 415 Outstanding Sr. CEnglish1
Cao, 93, 96, 115, 174, 2101
CHRISTOPHER, JEANNE ANN
Y Teens 3-4 CPres. 415 Stu. Coun. 2, 4, CRep.15 Latin
Club 3-45 Pre-Med Club 4 CSec.-Treas.15 I.C.C. 4
C117, 118, 119, 1741
CLANTON, GLOVER JAMES
Club Activities, Honors, Year, And Pages Pictured
CLARK, ELLEN CORNELIA
Red Cross 2 1Rep.3g Hi Times 3
CLARKE, NEL.DA JEAN
N.H.S. 3-4g Stu. Coun. 2 1Rep.3g French Club 3-4, MO-
HIAN 3-4 1Soph. Class Ed.3g N.M.S. Finalist 43 Quill
and Scroll 4
CLEVELAND, ROBERT KENNY
CLIBURN, PHILLIP GLEN
CLINARD, MARY ALICE
Y-Teens 2 1Chaplain35 Jr. Hist. Soc. 2
COCHRAN, CLAUDE ANDREW
COCHRAN, STEPHEN EUGENE
Hi Times 4 1Rep.3
COKER, ETHEL CATHERINE
COLE, GEORGE JENKINS
Chem-B0-Phys 2-4, J.E.T.S. 3-4-g Chess Club 4
COLES, DELMA ANN
French Club 3-4g Y-Teens 4, Red Cross 2-4 1Rep.3
COMSTOCK, BONITA CAROL
French Club 2, Red Cross 4 1Rep.3
CONGER, REBECCA LYNNE
Stu. Coun. 3-4 1Rep.3, F.N.A. 2g Bowling Club 2-3g
F.B.L.A. 3 1Treas.3
COOPER, CHARLES HENRY
COOPER, EARLINE MARIE
Stu. Conn. 2-3 1Rep.3
COOPER, TOM D.
Tennis 3-45 Jr. Hist. Soc. 2.
COTTINGHAM, SANDY KAY
Red Cross 2 1Rep.3g F.T.A. 3
Bowling Club 2
COWLES, KATHARINE MCDONALD
N.H.S. 4, French Club 3-4 1Att. Sec. 433 Latin Club 4
1V.P. 43, MOHIAN 4 1Writer3g Four Arts Club 2-44
Speech Club 2-33 I.C.C. 4, Outstanding Sr. 1Dramatics3g
Stage Crew 3-43 Quill and Scroll 4
COWLEY, MARTHA AN NETTE
Red Cross 3 1Rep.3g Spanish Club 35 Speech Club 3
COX, DON NORMAN, JR.
COX, MARY LYNNE
French Club 2, F.B.L.A. 4, Hi-Times 3 1Rep.3
CRABTREE, LINDA JEANETTE
CRABTREE, VICTORIA CAROL
Hi-Times 2 1Rep.3
CRANE, DANIEL MITCHELL
N.H.S. 3-4g Key Club 2-4, Stu. Coun. 4 1Rep.3g Latin
Club 3 1Pre's. 335 N.H.S. Finalist 4g Outstanding Sr. 1So-
cial Science, Phys. Ed.3
193, 175, 211, 2153
CRANK, THOMAS MITCHELL
Red Cross 3, F.B.L.A. 3
CRAWFORD, BETTY ANN
D.O. 3-4 1Rep. 43
CRAWFORD, DOROTHY SUE
F.N.A, 2-4 1Sec.-Treas. 43, Red Cross 4 1Rep.3 Med. Asst. 4
CRAWFORD, PEGGY SUE
Mon. 3-43 D.O. 3
CRAWFORD, RAMONA LYNNE
N.H.S. 3-4, F.R.A.H.S. 2-4 1Pres. 43 Four Arts Club 2-4
CRENSHAW, MILTON KEVT
CROLSON, WILLIAM GEORGE
CRONENBURG, ARTHUR MILTON
Usher Club 3-4 1Sec.-Trcas. 433 Orchestra 4
CROSS, JAMES GLINOS
CROSS, JEANIE LENORA
CROWE, KATHERINE MARIAN
CULPEPPER, JEANIE ELLEN
F.T.A. 25 Four Arts Club 2-45 D.O. 4, Red Cross 2-3 1Rep.3
CURRY, LA MERLE HOOD
N.H.S. 4g Mon. 2g Y-Teens 2-4, 1Pres. 3g Treas. 43 Teach.
CURTIS, RENNA LOVE
D.O. 4, Hi-Times 2 1Rep.3
DALY, JUDY VIV IAN
DANIEL, JOE LANCE
DAUGHTRY, GEORGIA ANN
DAVIS, DOROTHY BRIDCET
DAVIS, JESS SHANNON
Stu. Coun. 2-4 1Treas. 41g Key
148, 103, 1751
DAVIS, MIRIAM LUCILLE
Spanish Club 25 Pantheretle 2-3.
DAWSON, ROBERT LARRY
DAY, CLENDA JOYCE
Clee Club 2
DEAN, SUE HELEN
DEARNIAN, WALTER FRED
DEES, EDWARD FRANKLIN
Football 2-4g Baseball 4, HM" Club 2-4
1137, 140, 1761
DELAPLAINE, MARION AMY
N.H.S. 3-4, Stu. Coun. 3 1Rep.1g Spanish Club 3-45
Speech Club 2-3, ,Ir. His-t. Soc. 2, MOHIAN 4 1Bus. Mgr.1g
Quill and Scroll 4-
167, 68, 82, 93, 97,176,1821
DEMENT, CARY DELANO
DEBIOUY, VIRGINIA LYNN
DERR, LEIGHTON KRAMER
German Club 3-4, Cliem-B0-Phys 3
DES ROSIERS, JOSEPH RICHARD
DIAMOND, TRUMAN ERNEST
DICKENS, DONALD ROGER
DICKENS, IUDITH ANN
Bowling Club 45 Hi Times 2 1Rep.1g P.E. Asst.g Teach.
DICKEY, REBECCA LOUISE
Red Cross 23 Speech Club 2
DISMUKES, HENRY M., .IR.
,Ir. Red Cross Rep. 2, F.B.L.A. 4
DITTO, WILLIAM OBURN, .IR.
DOBBS, LINDA GAIL
DOBSON, CLAEB WAYNE
DODSON, JUDITH HARWOOD
Stu. Coun. 3 1Rep.1g Red Cross 2 1Rep.1
Club 3-4 1Sec. 413 Ushers
DONALD, DIEDRA LYNN
French Club 2-3, Bible Club
1Rep.1 g Azalea Trail Maid 4
158, 59, 66, 1771
DORCAN, GERALD ERNEST
DORGAN, PATRICIA MARIE
DORMAN, RICHARD THOMAS
DOSHER, SARAH FRANCES
DRINKARD, ANNA KATHERINE
D,O. 43 Outstanding Sr. 1D.O.1
DUNNINC, ETHEL FRANCES
2g Mon. 3g
Hi Times 2-4
Red Cross 2g Siu. Coun. 3 1Rep,1g F.B.L.A. 4
1109, 124, 1771
DUPREE, CHARLES ERNEST
DURANT, PATRICIA ANN
F.R.A.H.S.3-4-5 Outstanding Sr. 1Ind. Arts1
1101, 177. 2131
DYSON, BRENDA .IOYCE
EAST, ELIZABETH ANNE
EDSON, BONNIE JANE
Off. Asst. 2-43 Teach. Asst. 2
EDWARDS, WILLIAM HOWARD
ELLIOTT, NANCY NEVILLE
French Club 3g .Ir. Hist. Soc. 2,
1Rep.1g Swim. 2
ELLIS, ELAINE DAVIDSON
Red Cross 3-4 1Rep.1, Stu. Coun, 2
ELSEVIER, CHARLES RUSS
ENFINCER. .IEANNE ELIZABETH
ENGER, KATHERINE ANNE
Quill and Scroll 3-4g French Club
181, 96,115, 1771
ESTRIDCE, ,IO SHARLENE
ETHERIDCE. PAULA DEAN
Stu. Coun. 4 1Rep.1
ETHE-RIDGE, MARY PATRICIA
ETZKORN, BETTY LOUISE
Red Cross 4 1Rep.1
EUBANKS, CLAUDE L.
Glee Club 2g Spec. Chor. 3, Booster Club 2
EUBANKS, GARY MARSHALL
Stu. Coun. 3 1Rep.1g Red Cross 3 1Rep.1
45 Red Cross 3
i Times 1B0ok-
lub Activities, Honors, Year, And Pages Pictured
EVANS, ALFRED JOSEPH
EVANS, LARRY KEITH
EVERETT, ALMA ANNE
EWING, BILLY LEON
EZELLE, PHILLIP LELAND
,I.E.T.S. 3 1Treas. 35
EZELL, WILLIAM EDGAR III
Key Club 2-4
FARB, RODERICK MORRIS
Cetaceans 3 1V.P.5g Chem-Bo-Phys 3-4g Band 2-4
190, 112, 113, 1785
FARNELL, KENNETH ERWIN
Chem-B-0-Phys 2-4 1V.P. 3-45, German Club 3-43 J.E.T.S.
3-45 Chess Club 3-4
FARNELL, ROBERT CORLEY
Ushers Club 2-4, Spec. Chor. 3-4
FARRIS, SUE- VIRGINIA
Bowling Club 33 French Club 4
FECHTER, SUSAN JAYNE
FELL, LYNDIA JEAN
FEW, RONNIE JERE-L
FIELDS, GEORGE STONE
N.H.S. 3-43 German Club 2-33 1Major5g
43 Outstanding Sr. 1Social Science5
FLOWERS, ALICE MARIE
Speech Club 33 Glee Club 2
FLYNN, HENRY EARL
French Club 4
FOLLANSBEE, MARY ANITA
FORMBY, .JAMES OSCAR, JR.
Band 2-43 Orchestra 4, Stu. Symphony 3-4
190, 109, 1785
FOUNTAIN, MARY DIANA
FOWLER, ARTHUR VERNON
F.R.A.H.S. 3-4, HIW' Club 2-4
FOX, PAUL ALLEN
Speech Club 25 Spanish Club 2g Mon. 3
FRANK, RICHARD LEONARD, JR.
FRENETTE, KENNETH MARK
N.H.S. 4g Stu. Coun. 4 1Rep.5g Spanish Club 2-43 French
Club 3 1Rep.5g Jr. Hist. Soc. 4
FRISBIE, ROBERT ALAN
Football 4, HM" Club 4
FROST, GLADYS ESCUE
Red Cross 1Rep. 3, Sec. 45, Y-Teens 3-4 1Parl. 45g F.N.A.
FULLER, GEORGE H.
GARD, TIMOTHY EDWARD
GARDNER, LLOYD LINDSEY
Jr. Hist. Soc. 4, Band 2-4
GARVEY, BEVERLY ALINE
Girls Chor. 33 D.O. 4
GATES, JANE ANN
French Club 3-49 Arg. Inc. 35 Jr. Hist. Soc. 4g Stu. Coun.
4 1Rep.5g Off, Asst. 3-4
1109, 115, 128, 1795
GATES, MARION HAROLD
GAY, NANCY COLEMAN
N.H.S. 3-4, French Club 2-4, Lih. Asst. 3-4
GAY, ROBERT LESTER
GEOHAGAN, ALICE ANN
Deans Asst. 2, Off. Asst. 4
GERALD, JOYCE FAYE
Glee Club 2g Spec. Chor. 3-4 1Sec. Leader 455 Madrigal
4g Med. Asst. 45 Outstanding Sr. 1Music5
GERMAN, LOIS ELAINE
GIBSON, KAREN MARIE
Glee Club 2, Girls Chor. 3
GIBSON, RONALD MILTON
GIDDENS, BENJAMIN LAWRENCE
GIDDENS, JACKIE SANDRA
GILBERT, MIKE ANTHONY
GILL, PHILLIP MORRIS
GLIDEWELL, DENNY MICHAEL
GLISSON, CELESTE CAROLYN
Y-Teens 3-4g Bowling Club 3-43 Off. Asst. 2-4
GODWIN, CYNTHIA .JANE
F.B.L.A. 4, Off. Asst. 3
GOHIER, PATSY LUCILLE
French Club 2-3
GOLSON, WILLIAM GEORGE
F.R.A.H.S. 2-4, Outstanding Sr. 1Ind. Arts!
GOODHART, SANDRA KAY
D.O. 3, D.E.C.A. 4
GOODLOE, CHARLES LEONARD
GOODWIN, MARTHA KAYE
GOUGH, CHARLES RICHARD
GOURDOURAS, LEONIDAS THRODORE, JR.
Hi Times 3-4 1Sports Editor5
GRAMKA, BARBARA ALLETA
Y-Teens 3, D.O. 4,
GRAMLING. JANICE LYNN
N.H.S. 4, Hi Times 2 1Rep.5
GRANADE, SUSAN EMILIE
N.H.S. 3-4, F.R.A.H.S. 2-4, Spec. Chor. 3-4 1Lib. 45:
Four Arts Club 2-4, Hi Times 2-4 1Rep,5, French Club
3-4 1V.P. 45
193, 101, 115, 1805
GRAVES, CLYDE RAY
GRAY, ROBERT GRIMMETT
Key Club 3-4, Ushers Club 4, Basketball 2-4
GREEN, BARBARA GRACE
French Club 2-3, Hi Times 4 1Rep.5
GREEN, CONSTANCE L.
Spanish Club 2-3, Stu. Coun. 2 1Rep.5 Booster Club 4
GREEN, DORIS JUNE
French Club 3-4, Jr. Hist. Soc. 2-4, Teach. Asst. 3
1109, 115, 128, 1805
GREEN, JAMES TOY
GREEN, SARA GENE
French Club 3-4, Hi Times 4 1Rep.5
Spec. Chor. 2-4, French Club 4
GREER, LOIS LYNN
Glee Club 2, Spec. Chor. 3-4, Madrigal 4, German Club
2-4 1Pres. 45, 1.C.C-. 4, Stage Crew 3-4
GREER, REBECCA BELL
Spanish Club 2-3, Azalea Trail Court 4, Stu. Coun. 4
1Rep.5, Off. Asst. 2
N.H.S. 3-4, Stu. Coun. 4 1Rep.5, Ushers Club 4, Booster
Club 4, Hi Times 3-4 1Rep.5, Orch. 2-4, Outstanding Sr.
1English5, Sr. Speaker
166, 92, 104, 109, 168, 181, 206, 208, 2105
GROGAN, BILL JACKSON
GROW, JOSEPH FRANKLIN
Red Cross 2-4 1Rep.5, Swim Club 2, Spanish Club 4,
HAGAN, CHARLES MILLER
HAGEDORN, DOROTHY ANN
Spec. Chor. 4
HALE, EVELYN LOUISE
HALL, JOHN THOMAS
Arg., Inc. 2-3, Baseball 3, Sr. Speaker
HALL, WALTER FREDERICK
HAMILTON, ARLIE RUSSELL
HAMILTON, VIRGINIA LOIS
Hi Times 4, Jr. Hist. Soc. 4, F.T.A. 3, Quill and Scroll 4
HAMMOND, VIRGINIA JO
N.H.S. 4, Red Cross 4 1Rep.5 D.O. 4
HANDWERGER, JUDY EMILY
Red Cross 3, Spanish Club 2-3 1Sec. 25
HANEY, GARY THOMAS
HANKINS, LYNDA REBECCA
Hi Times 4
HANSEN, SHERYL RUTH
Med. Asst. 3, Teach. Asst. 2-4
HANSON, DAN EDWARD
Arg., Inc. 4, MOHIAN 1Photographer5 4
N.H.S. 3-4, Girl's State 3, Lib. Asst. 4, Outstanding Sr.
HARDIN, CHARLOTTE ANNE
Stu. Coun. 4 1Rep.5, Hi Times 2 1Rep.5 Cetaceans 3,
Outstanding Sr. 1C-ommerCial5
HARPER, DELANO MAX
HARPER, JENNY LOUISE
Spanish Club 2, Jr. Hist. Soc. 2, Teach. Asst. 2
Club Activities, Honors,
HARPER, WILLIAMS HENDERSON
Booster Club 2-3
HARRIS, BONNIE NELL
HARRIS, CHARLES BRUCE
166, 67, 137, 182, 268
HARRISON, NANCY REBECCA
F.R.A.H.S. 2-4 fSec. 3, V.P. 41 Stu. Coun. 3 fRep.1 D.E
HART, THOMAS PHILLIPS
N.H.S. 3-4, Key Club 2-4 fV.P. 41 Usher Club 2-4 lPres.
41, I.C.C. fV.P. 41 Booster Club 4
f70, 71, 93, 102, 103, 104, 109, 163, 182, 1851
HAVARD, NORMAN ALLAN
Hi Times 3 KRep.1
HAVARD, PAULA CLAIRE
Stu. Coun. 2-4 CRep.1, Jr. Hist. Soc. 2, French Club 3-4-
Off. Asst. 3-4, Med. Asst. 4
HAVARD, RAY FRITZ
HAWES, RUSSELL FRANCIS
4, Jr. Red Cross 4
"M" Club 2-4, Football 3-4
HEACOCK, VIRGINIA LYNNE
Quill and Scroll 3, French Club 3-4, Spanish Club 2,
Stu. Coun. 2 fRep.1 Hi Times 3-4 fRep. 3, Cir. Mgr. 41
HEAD, MARIAN ELIZABETH
HEATH, WILLIAM LINDEN
Football 3-4, Wrestling 3-4, Hi Times 4, "MN Club 3-4
HEGLER, WILLIAM JOSEPH
HELMER, CLYDE ARTHUR
HELT, CAROLYN DIANE
Mon. 4, Glee Club 2, Girls Chor. 3, Spec. Chor. 4
HENDERSON, HENRY HOMER
HENLEY, BARBARA JEAN
HERBERT, RAOUL WILLIAM
Spec. Chor. 2-4
HERRIN, JOYCE MARIE
HESTER, LANEY LEE
HEUBACH, JOHNNY FRED
Year, Arid Pages Pictured
HEWETT, MARTHA VIRGINIA
Stu. Coun. 3-4 fRep.1g Jr. Hist. Soc. 2
HICKMAN, GARY KENNETH
HICKS, ETHEL EVON
Stu. Coun. 3-4 fRep.1, Red Cross 2 CRep.1, Band 2-4,
Hi Times 2 fRep.1, French Club 4
HICKS, JAMES EDWARD
HILL, BRYAN SELMER
HILL, THOMAS EARL
M-Club 2-4 lTreas. 41, Football 2-4, Wrestling 2-4, Base-
HINSON, PATRICIA ANN
Lib. Asst. 3
HOBDY, HENRY ALPHONSE
I-IOFFNIAN, ROBBIE JEAN
N.H.S. 4, Latin Club 3-4, Four Arts Club 2-4, Swim. 2,
MOHIAN 3, Outstanding Sr. fDramatics1, Sr. Speaker
HOLLADA, BONITA KAY
F.N.A. 3-4 lChapluin 41, Red Cross 4 CRep.1
HOLLAND, BARBARA JEAN
I-IOLLEY, JUDY CECELIA
N.H.S. 3-4, Stu. Coun. 4, Pantherette 2-3, Maj. 4, Out-
standing Sr. fBand1
f91, 92, 119, 179, 183, 2141
HOLMES, BEVERLY DEMARRIS
HOLMES, JAMES HENRY, JR.
Key Club 2-4 fSec. 31, Ushers Club 3-4, Hi Times 2 fRep.1
HOLMES, LYNDA CAROL
Red Cross 3 CRep.1, Band 2, D.O. 4 fHist.1
HOLMES, RICHARD DAVID
HORTON, BARBARA JEAN
HOWELL, ALICE VIRGINIA
HOWELL, CRAIG WILSON
HUDSON, SANDRA KAY
Spec. Chor. 3-4 fLib. 41, Madrigal 4, Four Arts Club
3-4, Teach. Asst. 4
f77, 180, 1841
HUFF, SALLY BINION
Red Cross 3-4 fRep.1
HUITT, DIANE CHRISTINE
D.O. Club 4
HULL, ROBERT EDWARD, JR.
HULLER, CHARLES KENNETH
HUTCHERSON, JANICE SHARRON
INGRAM, PAMELA COLLEEN
IRRY, VIRGINIA SUE
Girl's Track Team 2-3
IVERSON, VIRGINIA HELEN
Inc. 2-4 1Sec. 2, Treas. 31, Red Cross 2, 4 1Rep.1
Hi Times 2 1Rep.1g Outstanding Sr. 1English, Social Sci-
ence, Phys. Ed.1g Betty Crocker Award
JACKSON, JAMES HAROLD
JACKSON, JOSEPH DUDLEY
M-Club 2-45 Football 3-4
JACKSON, LINDA JOYCE
JACKSON, SANDRA ELIZABETH
Hi Times 3 1Rep.1g Stu. Coun. 2 1Rep.1, Med. Asst. 4
JARRET, CAROLYN FAYE
French Club 3, D.O. 4
JENKINS, DANNY LAMAR
Red Cross 2 1Rep.1g Hi Times 4 1Typist1
JENSEN, JOSEPH ROY
JEROME, JUDY JANNELLE
Spanish Club 23 Stu. Coun. 2 1Rep.1g Four Arts Club 3-4
Red Cross 3 1Rep.1g Med. Asst. 3-45 Teach. Asst. 3
JETER, ROBERT PERRY
French Club 2-3
JOHNSON, ALVAH DONNELL, III
JOHNSON, GLORIA FAYE
JOHNSON, JAMES ROBERT
JOHNSON, KITTY ELIZABETH
French Club 2-33 Y-Teens 4
JOHNSON, LINDA GAY
JOHNSON, LYNN CAROL
N.H.S. 3-4 1Treas. 4-13 Jr. Hist. Soc. 3-4 1V.P. 413 Arg.
JOHNSON, LYRIS GAIL
JOHNSTON, CHARLES GARY
JONES, CHARLES LANIER
German Club 2-4, Chem-Bo-Phys 2-4, Band 2-4
JONES, GEORGE FREDERICK
D.E. Club 4
JONES, REGINALD LEE
Stu. Coun. 3-4 1Rep.1
JORDAN, WILLIAM DUDLEY
JUMONVILLE, PATRICIA ANN
Red Cross 2 1Rep.1g Jr. Hist. Soc. 3-4 1Hist. 3, Treas. 41g
Hi Times 3-4
Key Club 2-4 1Pres. 413 Ushers Club 45 Stu. Coun. 2-4
1ClaSS VP- 312 Arg. Inc. Amer. Leg. Oratory Award 2-3
1103, 104, 185, 2051
JUVENAL, CATHI JEAN
KARAS, ELLEN MARIE
Spanish Club 2-3, F.N.A. 4
Sq. Dance Club 2
KELLAM, SHARON ELIZABETH
KELLEY, SUSAN OLIPHANT
N.H.S. 45 Spanish Club 3g Stu. Coun. 3 1Rep.1g Speech
Club 33 Jr. Hist. Soc. 2
158, 94, 1851
KELLEY, WILLIAM FLOYD
KELLOGG, RICHARD CAMERON
Red Cross 3-4 1officer 413 Band 2-4
KELLY, MAYBELLE VIRGINIA
Red Cross 3 1Rep.1
KENNEDY, CHARLES FRANCIS
French Club 3-4
KERSH, JESSE EARL
KERZIC, KARL WILLIAM i
Stu. Coun. 2-4g 1Class Pres. 419 Key Club 3-4g I.C.C. 35
KILLAM, VIRGINIA GAIL
KIMBROUGH, SUSAN LESTER
es, H onors,
4, Jr. Red Cross 2-4, Teach. Asst., Arg. Inc. 2-3
1Sec. Mobile CO. Forensic Co
Quill and Scroll 4, MOHIAN 4, 1
16, 186, 84, 289, 503, 69, 94, 975
KING, JESSE ARVIN
1186, 107, 945
un.5, Hi Times Rep. 3,
KIRKLEY, TERRY MARSHALL
KISER, WILLIAM EDWARD
Football 3-4, M Club 3-4, Basketball 3-4, Baseball 2-4
1137, 186, 140, 142, 147, 146, 67, 2
KNOTT, BARBARA SUE
66,153, 151, 1485
Speech Club 2, Four Arts Club 2-4
KRETZER, BARBARA JOAN
Quill and Scroll 4, Stu. Coun. Rep. 3, MOHIAN 1Typist5
3-4, Four Arts Club 2-4
KYNARD, ALICE JANE
Red Cross Rep. 2, Off. Asst. 3
N.H.S. 4, Quill and Scroll 3-4,
man Club 2-4, Speech Club 2,
Red Cross 2 1Rep.5, Ger-
Arg. Inc. 2, Hi Times 3-4
fRep. 3, Man. Ed. 45, United Fund Speaker 3
152, 186, 94, 805
LAFFRE, MIRIAM BEAVERS
French Club 4, Jr. Hist. Soc. 4, Off. Asst. 4, Stu. Coun.
158, 186, 1285
LAFON, ROY EUGENE
LAIRD, MICHAEL CHARLES
Hi Times 4 1,Rep.5
LAMBERT, DARLA KAY
Y-Teen 3, Red Cross 4 CRep.5, P
LAMBERT, DONALD LAMAR
Latin Club 3-4
LAMEY, ELLIS GREY
LAMEY, TOMMY KNIGHT
L-ANGLEY, ROBERT EUGENE
LANIER, VIOLET MARIE
LA POINT, AIARSHA KAY
Stu. Coun. 2 1Rep.5
LASSITER, JOHNNY JEROME
German Club 2, Stu. Coun. 2, B
LASSITER, SHIRLEY ANN
Girls' Track Team 3
LATHAN. LEWIS EDWARD
Football 3-4: Baseball 2-4
1137, 141, 2675
LAVENDAR, DANNA PAIGE
Jr. Hist. Soc. 4, Cheerleader 2-4,
146, 58, 135, 186, 128, 66, 67, 2685
and 2, D.O. 3, Sr. Speaker
Azalea Trail Maid 4
Year, And Pages Pictured
LAWSHE, PATRICIA ANN
Booster Club 3-4 1Pres. 45, Red Cross 2-4 1Rep.5, Teach
1102, 186, 1095
LAZENBY, JOHN EDWARD
Arg. Inc. 2, Golf 2-4, Hi Times 2-3
Asst. 3, Lib. Asst. 2
LEATHERBURY, ANN MARIE
Jr. Hist. SOC. 2-4
LEE, JOHN ROBERT
LEE, JOYCE ERNESTINE
LEE, TOMMY EDWARD
Outstanding Sr. 11nd, Arts5
LEGGETT, THOMAS ALBERT,
German Club 4, Red Cross 4, Boys
3-4 1V.P. 45, Madrigals 4
178, 116, 127, 1815
LEMON, CAROLIN VIRGINIA
Troopers Club 4, F.B.L.A. 4 1Pres.5
LEONARD, NOVA SUE
1Rep.5, Mon. 3, Off
Chor. 2, Spec. Ch15r
F.B.L.A. 4, Glee Club 2, Red Cross Rep. 35
LEONARD, RICHARD MORRIS
Hi Times 4- CRep.5
LEVINE, EILEEN FREIDA
N.H.S. 3-4, French Club 3-4, N.H.S. 4, Stu. Coun. 2-3
LEWIS, JAMES LAMAR, JR.
Hi Times 2-3 CRep.5
LILES, ATLEY RUSSELL
LINAM, JOHN EDWARD
Band 2, Baseball 2-4, Mon. 3
LINDSEY, LARRY JOE
LINGLE, CHARLES H.
Football 3, Outstanding Sr. 1D.O.5
LINS, HELEN ELIZABETH
LITTLE, JOY ANN
LITTON, KITTY OLINA
French Club 3
LLOYD, GORDON ARTIS
LOGAN, JOHN RUSSELL
LOGAN, LINDA CAROL
LONG, SARAH ANNE
N.H.S. 3-43 MOHIAN 4 fStu. Coun. Ed.33 Stu. Coun. 2-4
lJr. Class Pres. 33 Rep. 2-43 Jr. Hist. Soc. 23 Quill and
LORD, CAROLE ELIZABETH
Red Cross Rep. 4g Cetaceans 3
LOTT, BARBARA ANN
N.H.S. 43 Stu. Coun. 3-4 lRep. 3-433 Spanish Club 2-3
N.H.S. 4-3 Red Cross 43 Bible Club 3-4 fTreas. 433 Spec.
Chor. 43 Med. Asst. 4
f69, 94, 120, 127, 1873
LYONS, CLAYTON LEROY
MeCONNELL, MARY LOUISE
French Club 4
MeCOY, JOSEPH DONALD
MCCOY, SYLVIA DIANNE
Quill and Scroll 3-43 Red Cross 2 QRep.33 F.N.A. 3-4
CV.P. 3g Pres. 43 Hi Times 2-43 fCir. Mgr. 2-43 Rep. 433
Spanish Club 2-43 Stu. Coun. 2 CRep.3
MCDONALD, MARION WILLIE
McELHANY, PATSY RUTH
MCFADYEN, BEVERLY ANNETTE
F.N.A. 23 D.O. 4g Med. Asst. 4
McFERRIN, OLAN TRUMAN
McC-ILL, STEVE WATERS
MCGONIGAL, DALEN H.
Stu. Coun. 2 CRep.33 Hi-Times 3 CRep.33 Trouper Club
43 Glee Club 23 Spec. Chor. 3-43 Outstanding Sr. CPhys.
MQGREGOR, BARTLEY ORLANDA
MCQUIRE, RICHARD, JR.
Mon. 33 Tennis 3g Track 2-33 Spec. Chor. 43 Four Arts
MCINNIS, VAN OWEN
French Club 33 Cheerleader -I
I4-6, 135, 1883
MCLEAN, ANNIE LOUISE
Spanish Club 43 F.N.A. 4
MQLEAN, RUSSELL CRADY
Spec. Chor. 2-43 Chess Club 2-3
MCLEMORE, MARY CHRISTEEN
French Club 2-33 Hi Times 2-4 f'Cir. Mgr. 43
MCLENDON, JAMES THOMAS
MCMILL-AN, JOSEPH WILLIAM
MQMULLAN, SUSAN ELIZABETH
Booster Club 2
MeMURPHY, MARION BANCROFT, JR.
N.H.S. 3-43 Track 2-4 2-4 fCo.-Capt.33 Cross Country 2-4
fCapt.33 Spike Shoe Club 2-4 fV.P. 33
MCNEIL, MARILYN ANN
Speech Club 2-33 Spanish Club 2-33 Bible Club 23 Teach
MCREE, THERESA MAE
N.H.S. 43 F.R.A.H.S. 3-43 Spec. Chor. 3-4 lSec. Leader 43
Madrigal 43 Outstanding Sr. fMusie3
178, 94, 101, 180, 189, 2143
MANESS, RONALD DARWIN
MANN, BILLY HAROLD
MARRIOTT, HENDERSON RIDCELY
Ushers Club 43 Latin Clubg Red Cross 4
6102, 104, 117, 119, 1893
Spanish Club 4
MARTIN, RONNIE SMITH
MASON, DIXIE JEAN
Y-Teens 33 F.N.A. 33 Bible Club 23 Four
Off. Asst. 2-4
MASON, VIRGINIA LUCILLE
MASSEY, CYNTHIA ANNE
Red Cross 2-33 F.B.L.A. 4
MATHERS, BARBARA FAITH
Red Cross Rep. 23 Off. Asst. 33 RE. Asst. 4
IVIATKIN, RICHARD WILLIAM
MATTHEWS, BROOKS COWDEN
Basketball 3-43 Hi Times 2 lRep.3
Arts Club 4
Club Activities, Honors, Year, Arid Pages Pictured
MATTOX, JANET CLAIRE
MEEKER, JANIE IRIS
MELVIN, MARTHA ANN
Y-Teens 2-4 1Sec. 35, 1.C.C. 4, French Club 3-4, Jr. Hist,
1115, 128, 1895
MENEFEE, LARRY TATUM
MERRILL, SANDRA NELL
N.H.S. 3-4, MOHIAN 3-4 1Sr. Class Ed. 45, Stu. Coun.
3 1Rep.5, Quill and Scroll 3-4 1Sec.-Treas. 45 Hi Times 3
1Rep.5, Chem-Bo-Phys 2-4 1Treas. 35, Bible Club 2-4
1Trcas. 3, Sec. 45, Jr. Hist. Soc. 2-3, Outstanding Sr
183, 90, 96, 97, 113, 120, 189, 2125
MEYER, THOMAS WAYNE
Chem-Bo-Phys. 3-4, Cross Country 4, Truck 4
Football 4 1Mgr.5
MILLER, ELIZABETH ANNE
French Club 2-3, Student Coun. 1Rep.5 2, Red Cross
MILLER, LARRE MICHAEL
Hi Times 2-3 1Rep.5, Basketball 2-3
MILLER, LESLIE ANN
MILLER, MARIAN SHANNON
N.H.S. 3-4, French Club 3, Stu. Coun. 3-4 1Class Treas.
3-45, Homecoming Maid 3, D.A.R. Citizenship Award 4
166, 93, 168, 190, 200, 206, 3115
MILLER, ROBERT JOSEPH
MILLER, WAYNE STEPHEN
MILLS, BRENDA GAIL
Stu. Coun. 2, 4 1Class Sec. 2, 45, Hornccorning Court 3, 4,
Off. Asst. 4
MILLS, CAROL NELL
Bible Club 2-4 1V.P. 3, Pres. 45
MILLS, JOHN MORGAN
MILNE, ELIZABETH ANN
Gym Asst. 3, Off. Asst. 3
MINCHEW, SANDRA LEONA
F.N.A. 2-4, Hi Times 3
MINTON, JEANETTE FRANCES
MITCHELL. GEORGE JOHN. JR.
Stu. Coun. 4 1Rep.5, Ushers Club 4
MITRE, EMMALINE MARIE
Mon. 2-4 1V.P. 3, Pres. 45, 1.C.C
1102, 105, 1905
MOHNANI, LAKKI LACHMAN
MONK, LINDA HELEN
MONK, WILLIAM CULLEN
D.O. 4, Outstanding Sr. 1D.O.5
. 4, Project MORE 3
N.H.S. 3-4, Spanish Club 2, Booster Club 2-3, MOHIAN
3-4 1Sports Ed. 45, Bible Club
Teach. Asst. 2, Quill and Scroll 4
MONTGOMERY, VIRGINIA ANN
MOORE, JANIE LOUISE
Stu. Coun. 3 1Rep.5
MOORE, JAMES EARL
MOORHEAD, JOHN DAVID
MOOSE, SAMMUEL GATLIN
MORGAN, JAMES RICHARD
MORGAN, JOHN KENNETH
MORGAN, LARRY .JAMES
Stu. Coun. 4 1Rcp.5
MORRIS, HELEN IRENE
MORRIS, MARY VIRGINIA
MORRIS, SAMMIE RAY
Chem-Bo-Phys 4, Booster Club 4
MORRISON, JAMES LAMAR
Four Arts Club 4, Spec. Chor. 3-4
178, 79, 1915
MORTON, EDWIN DOYLE
MORTON, ROBBIE KAY
2, Trouper Club 3-4
G.A.A. 2, D.E. 4, D.O. 4, Girls Chor. 3
MOSELEY, ALLISON MARIE
Mon. 2, Y-Teens 2-4 1T1'eas. 25, Teach. Asst. 3-4, Off
MUELLER, MARJA LYNNE
I.C.C. 3, Spanish Club 2, N.M.S. Finalist 4, Girls Chor
3 1Pres.5, Spec. Cltor. 4
MIQRDOCK. SUE ELLEN
N.H.S. 45 Spanish Club 45 Jr. Hist. Soc. 45 Off. Asst. 4
NCTE 1Semi-finalist 1 3
119, 94. 128, 1911
MURPHY. KATHERYN B.
Booster Club 3
MURPHY, ROBERTA GORDON
N.H.S. 3-45 MOHIAN 4 1Club Ed.15 Latin Club 3-4 1Pres.
3.415 Stu, Colm, 1Rep, 25 Sec. 315 Swim Club 25 Azalea
Trail Maid 4: Quill and Scroll 4
185, 93, 97, 117, 172, 1911
MURRAY, SUSAN BRICE
Off. Asst. 25 Red Cross 2 1Rep.15 Arg., Inc. 2-35 Lib
Asst. 3: Jr. Hist. Soc. 3-45 V.F.W.
MYERS, THOMAS COOKSON
N.H.S. 3-45 Key Club 3-45 Tennis
NEESE, CARL MALLORY
NEIRA, REBECCA JOYCE
Booster Club 2
NELSON, CAROL ANN
NELSON, EDDY FOREST
NELSON, RUTH ELIZABETH
MOHIAN 4 1Jr. Class Ed.15 F.
Teach. Asst. 2
IYEVILLE, GAIL ANNE
Y-Teens 2 1V.P.15 Spec. Chor. 3
NICHOLAS, DANNY LOWVREY
NOLEN, JESSE LEE
INOLTE, ALICE PAYE
NORMAND, KAY LOUISE
Off. Asst. 4
NORRIS, ARTHUR GERALD
N.A. 25 Spanish Club 25
Baseball 25 F.B.L.A. 45 Stu. Coun. 2 1Rep.1
NORRIS, JOYCE EVELYN
NUNNERY, CHARLES LEE
OBERKIRCK, CYNTHIA LYNN
Hi Times 2 1Rep.15 Red Cross 3 1Rep.15 Teach. Asst. 35
Off. Asst. 4
O'DONNELL, BONNIE LEE
N.H.S. 45 D.E. 4 1V.P.1 Homecoming Queen 45 Azalea
Trail Court 4
158, 59, 70, 71, 94, 123, 192, 2671
OLIVER, DARE LEE
O'NEAL, ROBERT LAWRENCE
OSBORNE, TIMOTHY DEXTER
Chem-Bo-Phys 45 Four Arts Club 45 Pre Med Club 4
OSBURN, JUDITH BLANCHE
OVERSTREET, WILMER RICHARD
Football 2-45 Baseball 2-35 "M" Club 2-4
OVERTON, DONALD EUGENE
Ushers Club 3-45 Spanish Club 2
OWEN, THOMAS LAFAYETTE, JR.
OWENS, CAROL LEE
Spanish Club 25 D.O. 4
OWENS, MAMIE JEAN
PALMER, LINDA FAY
PARHAM, MARSHA JEAN
Hi Times 2-45 Teach. Asst. 2
PARISH, LUMAS AUBREY, JR.
N.H.S. 3-45 Spec. Chor. 1Pres. 45 Sec. Leader 415 Madrigal
152, 78, 79, 93, 102, 180, 1921
PARKER, JANE ELISE
N.H.S. 3-45 French Club 3-45 Red Cross Rep. 25 Teach.
Asst. 25 Girls Chor. 35 Spec. Chor. 4
177, 93, 115, 1921
PARKER, LYNDIA FAYE
Spanish Club 2
PARKS, PATRICIA ELAINE
PASSMORE. ROBERT DAVID
N.H.S. 3-45 J.E.T.S. 3-4 1Treas. 41 Chem-B0-Phys. 45 Spike
Shoe Club 3-4 1Treas. 41 Track 3-45 Outstanding Sr. 1Math1
192, 106, 112, 113, 158, 192, 2121
PATE, VIRGINIA LEE
N.H.S. 3-45 French Club 35 F.B.L.A. 45 Mon. 45 Gym Asst.
35 Outstanding Sr. 1C0mmercial1
PATRICK, MARTHA SUE
PATTERSON, DEBORAH JANE
F.B.L.A. 45 I.C.C. 45 Hi Times 3-4 1Rep. 3, 45 Fin. Mgr.
41 Lib. Asst. 35 Off. Asst. 4
PEARCE, ALFRED MCINTOSH
PEARCE, RICHARD G
D.O. 35 D.E. 4
PEEVY, NANCY MARIE
D.O. 35 D.E. 4
PENDLETON, BARBARA HELEN
French Club 35 Troupers Club 4
Club Activities, Honors, Year, Arid Pages Pictured
PENDLETON, BEA ELLEN
French Club 2
PEREZ, SAMUEL ARTHUR
PERKINS, JANET RUTH
Red Cross 3: Teach. Asst. 3-45 Bowling Club 4-
PERRETTE, HARRIET ANN
PETERSON, DAVID MARSHALL
N.H.S. 3-4 CV.P. 41 Pre-Med Club 45 Project MORE 35
Teach. Asst. 2
192, 93, 119, 188, 1935
PETERSON, TERRY MARSHALL
Red Cross 2-35 Jr. Hist. Soc. 25 Mon. 3-4
PETTUS, WALTER TATE
PETTY, RODNEY EARL
PETWAY, LYNN JEANNE
St. Coun. 3 CRep.1 D.O. 4
N.H.S. 45 Spec. Chor. 3-45 Madrigal 45 Jr. Hist.' Soc. 2
Miss Panther Spirit 45 Four Arts 4
C70, 71, 94, 181, 1935
PHILLIPS, KAREN GRAYE
PHILLIPS, SHARYN RAYE.
French Club 25 Spec. Chor. 2-45 Girls Track Team 3
PIELE, WILLIAM EDWARD
PIERCE, JERRY MERLE
D.O. Club 45 Hi Times 4 CRep.5
PIERCE, JOSEPH HAROLD
PIERCE, MARJORIE ALIEN
Glec Club 25 Spec. Chor. 3-4
PIERCE, TERRENCE ANTHONY
PIERCE, VIRGINIA KATHERINE
Pantllerette 25 D.O. 3-45 Stu. Coun. 4 CRep.1
PIPER, BONITA FAY
F.B.L.A. 45 Booster 2-3
PLATT, VICTOR LAMAR
POLEWODA, JENNIFER MAE
Quill 8 Scroll 3-4 CPres. 41 J-r. Hist. Soc. 25 Teach. Asst.
25 Hi Times 3-4 CRep. 3-45 Asst. Ed. 455 Girls Chor.5
Spec. Chor. 45 Four Arts Club 45 Off. Asst. 4
POLLARD, BRUCE THOMAS
POND, GEORGE EDWARD, JR.
POOLE, ELIZABETH IRWIN
Latin Club 35 French Club 3-45 Jr. Hist. Soc, 4
1115, 128, 1941
POPE, CAROLYN NELL
Stu. Coun. 3-4 1Rep.15 Girls Chor. 35 Spec. Chor. 4
PORTER, WILLIAM ALBRIGHT
Quill and Scroll 3-45 Eshers Club 2-45 Key Club 2-45
Hi Times 3-4
IIO4, 163, 1945
POWELL, CHARLES FRANK, III
3-45 Ushers Club 32
As. .,tu. Coun. 4- 1.,cc.15 I.C.C. 45
14-8, 49, 67, 70, 93, 104, 109. 194. 206,
POWELL, RICHARD BENNET
Hi Times 2 1Rep.,15 Speech Club 35
POWELL, ROGER JERRY
POWELL, SUZANNE LOUISE
N.H.S. 3-45 Stu. Coun. 3-4 1Rep.
Club 2-45 Hi Times 2 1Rep.15 Jr.
C47, 48, 58, 92, 102, 128, 1941
PREWITT, VAN RANDALL
Bowlinff Club 2-4 CPres. 3-41: Hi
Ed.1 E A
PRINCE, DELORES MAE
PRITCHARD, MARY MARGARET
Coun. 4 CPrcs.15 Ala.
Outstanding Sr. 1Phys.
Mon. 35 Teach. Asst. 2
35 Sec. 455 Booster
Hist. Soc. 2-4 CSec. 35
Times 3 CAsst. Sports
French Club 3-45 Jr. Hist. Soc. 45 Four Arts Club 45
Off. Asst. 4
PRITCHETT, FRAULEIN BEATRICE
PROVOST, STERLING WILLIAM, JR.
Band 2-4 CDrum Major 415 Spanish Club 25 Outstanding
C88, 179, 194, 2141
PRYOR, BEVERLY JEAN
D.O. 3-45 Mon. 3-4
PURCELL. SHARON FAYE
PURVIS, ELLA LOUISE
PURVIS, ELLEN LUCILLE
QUEENER, PATRICIA ANN
RABUN, JOSEPH EVANS
Ushers Club 4
RACSDALE, VICKI ELIZABETH
French Club 3-4: Hi TUHCS 4 1R'i'P-5
RAIDER, DAVID BERNARD
Spanish Club 2-3
RAINER, l5IARY ANN
RALEY, VIYIAN KAY
Fronvlr Club 3
RAPIER, SUSAN HEARIN
N.H.S. 3-4, Hi Times 4 1Rep.g News Ed.5q Spanish Club
3-4 1Sec. 455 Jr. Hist. Soc. 2-43 Speech Club 35 Latin
Club 3 1Sec.-Treas.5 Quill and Scroll 4
180. 92, 97, 109, 128, 1955
RAY, CHARLES L.
RAY, LINDA SUE
Booster Club 2-3
RAY, MELANIE ANN
Jr. Hist. Soc. 43 F.R.L.A. 4g Med. Asst. 4, Hi Times 2
1RepJg FIN A.2
READ, CHARLES EDWIN, .lR.
Outstanding Sr. 1Ind. Arts5
REED, FRANKLIN LAMAR
REED, JOHN LESLIE
Hi Times 2, 4 1Rep.5g Stn. Conn. 3 1Rep.5
REESE, JOHN RANDOLPH
REISER. JOSEPH EVERETT
RENAUD, DONNA MARIE
Trouper Club 3-4 1Pres. 455 I.C.C.
Club 43 Tennis Club 4
REVERE, DAVID LAWRENCE
REYNOLDS, CHARLES WADE
REYNOLDS, DONNA KAY
4 1Sec.5g Four Arts
Spanish Club 25 Red Cross Rep. 2: Stu. Coun. 3 1Rep.53
Cctaceans 3, F.R.L.A. 3
RICHARDSON, ALLEN ANDREW
RICHARDSON, RHETA ELIZABETH
192, 19-1, 1955
RILEY, SIDNEY ELIZABETH
Hi Times 2 1Rep.5: D.O. 3-4
RINKS. NORMAN. .IR.
D.O. 3-il-Q Hi Times 2 1Rep.5
RIPPS, ALAN HAROLD
Quill and Scroll 3-4: Stu. Coun. 3-4 1Rep.5g Usher's Club
4g Chem-Bo-Pliys 2-43 German Club 2g Booster Club 4g
Hi Times 3-43 Teach. Asst.
196. 163, 188. 1955
RITCHIE, ANITA FAYE
Quill and Scroll 3-4, Four Arts Club 2g Hi Times 3-4
1Fea. Ed.5g Med. Asst. 3-4
180, 96, 1955
ROBERTS, BETTY GAYLE
ROBERTS, NIARY MELVIN
French Club 2-43 Jr. Hist. Soc. 3-4, Stu. Coun. 4 1Rep.53
Spec. Chor. 3-4
ROBERTS, SUZANNE CAROLE
ROBERTSON, MELISSA COOKE
Spanish Club 25 Red Cross 3 1Rep.5g Azalea Trail Maid 4g
Booster Club 4
158, 59. 67. 1965
RORESON, ELIZABETH ANN
D.O. 4: Bowling Club 3-43 Sq. Dance Club 2g Mon. 33
ROBINETTE. CHERYL JEAN
Booster Club 2: Red Cross 3 1Rep.51 F.B.L.A. 4
ROBINSON. HARRIET ANN
N.H.S. 3: French Club 3: Jr. Hist. Soc. 2-4 1Treas. 3: Sec.
193, 128. 1965
ROBINSON. ROY ROBERT
Red Cross -I
ROBINSON. SHARON LYNN
ROGERS. DENNIS BARTON
Wrestling 2-3: Football 3: "M" Club 2-3
ROGERS. LINDA GALE
Red Cross 2 1Rep, 5: D.E. 4
ROGERS. MARILYN ELIZABETH
ROHE. WALTER DAVID
ROLLINS. HENRY MARTIN
N.H.S. 3-43 Chem-Bo-Phys 3-43 Cross Country 2-4: Track
3-4: Football 4
193, 106. 137. 146. 156. 157.158, 160. 161, 1965
ROLLS. JAMES TUNSTALL, JR.
Bowling Club 2-3
Club Activities, Honors,
ROOD, CHARLES EUGENE
ROSS, AMELIA DAVIS
Stu. Coun. 2-4 1Rep.1, French Club 3-4, Bowling Club 3,
ROSS, JACK DOUGLAS
Four Arts Club 2-4, Spec. Chor. 4, Outstanding Sr. 1Dra-
174, 76, 77, 196, 2131
ROSS, PEGGY JEAN
Red Cross Rep. 3
ROUSE, ALAN ELWOOD
F.R.A.H.S. 4, Band 2-4
ROUSSEAU, RAY HAROLD
ROUTH, SAMMY ASA
ROWELL, BARBARA VIRGINIA
French Club 2, IVIOHIAN 4 1Typist1, Quill and Scroll 4,
Booster Club 2-4, Hi Times 2-3 1Rep.1
185, 97, 1961
ROWELL, SIMON LEROY, JR.
N.H.S. 3-4, Red Cross 4 1Rep.1, Mon, 2, Lib. Asst. 4
139, 92, 127, 1971
RUSS, GUSTON PRICE, III
N.H.S, 3-4, Quill and Scroll 3-4, Chem-Bo-Phys 2-4 1Pres.
41, German Club 2-4 1V.P. 41, Hi Times 2-4 1Bus. Mgr.1,
N.lVI.S, Finalist, Outstanding Sr. 1Science, English, Lan-
181, 92, 96, 113,197, 210, 2111
MOHIAN 3-4 1Ed. 41, N.H.S. 3-4, Jr. Hist. Soc. 3, Booster
Club 3, Spanish Club 3-4: Bible Club 2, Quill and Scroll 3-4
168, 83, 93, 1971
SANDERS, PHILLIPS WAYNE
Panther Club 2
SARGENT. HENRY LEROY
SCARBOROUGH, JAMES HAROLD
SCARBROUGH, BESSIE LEROY
SCARCLIFF, AUBREY VAUGHN
Glee Club 2, Spec. Chor. 3-4 1Organist1
SCHANIEL, JOSEPH LARRY
Swim. Club 2, Stu. Coun. 2-4 1Rep.1, Booster Club 4: Latin
Club 4, Off. Asst. 3-4
152, 117, 174, 1971
Year, And Pages Pictured
SCHLEY, CLAIBORNE ANN
Spanish Club 2: Red Cross 3-4 1Rep.1, Teach. Asst. 3,
SCH I 1 LTZ, ELMER AUBRE1
I 197 1
Quill and Scroll 3-4: Ilshers Club 3-41: Hi Times 3--I
SCOTT. CARLTON BIRLEIGI-I
SCOTT, SIDRA DIANE
German Club 2-4, French Club 4, Trouper Club 3-4 1Par1.1,
Booster Club 4, Hi Times 3-4 1Rep.1, Teach. Asst. 4, Quill
180, 97, 108, 115, 1971
SEALY, ALBERT JUDSON, JR.
Band 2, German Club 2: Four Arts Club 2-4, Ushers Club 4
SEARS, JAMES LOUIS
SEGARS, JAMES WILBUR, JR.
Ushers Club 3
SEIBERT, LEROY JOSEPH
SELBY, MAYSEL ANN
NILS. 3-4, Hi Times 3 1Rep.1
193, 119. 1971
SELLERS, JERRY WAYNE
SELLERS, ROBERT EDWARD
Hi Times 4, Booster Club 4
SHARP, LINDA SUE
Biblc Club 4
SHEARER, BEVERLY WILSON
N.H.S. 4, Stu. Coun. 2-3 1Rep.1, Key Club Sweetheart 4,
HMV Club 2-4, Cheerleader 2-4 1Head Cheerleader 41,
French Club 3
194, 103, 134, 135, 1971
SHERIDAN, DANNY JOSEPH
Hi Times 3-4 1Rep,1, Booster Club 4, Spanish Club 2,
Homecoming Court 4
SHIPP, HERBERT COLLINS
Panther Club 2, HM" Club 2, Football 2 1l1Igr.1
SHIPP, JAMES MILTON
SHIRLEY, DAVID JOHN
N.H.S. 3-4, Stu. Coun. 2-4, Off. Asst. 3, I.C.C. 4, J.E.T.S.
3-4 1V.P. 3, Pres. 41, Chem-Bo-Phys 4, Chess Club 3-4,
N.M.S. Finalist 4, Math Tournament Winner 3, Outstanding
Sr. 1Science, Math1
193, 102, 112, 113, 190, 198, 211, 2121
SHURDEN. DAWN MARIE
Stu. Coun. 2, 4 1Rep.1g Booster Club 23 Cheerle:1der2
SIIBLEY, FRI-tNCEs HERALDINE
N.H.S. 4, Y-Teens 2 1V.P.1: D.O. 4: Outstanding Sr. 1D.O'.1
SIEGELMAN, CHARLES JAY
SIEGELMAN, DON ELGENE
Key Club 3-43 Stu. Coun. 2-4 1Class Pres. 2, Rep. 3g Class
V.P. 41: Homecoming Court 2, 4, Booster Club 2: Favorite
170. 103. 168, 198, 264, 3111
SIMMONS. CLAUDE REESE
SIMMONS. KAYE SHARRON
SIMS, LINDA CAROL
SKELTON. HEBERT FOSTER
SKINNER, M. ELIZABETH
N.H.S. 4, French Club 3-4, Hi Times 4 1Rep.1
194, 115, 1981
SMITH, AUDIE RICHARD
SMITH, BARBARA JEAN
MOHIAN 4 1Typist1g Quill and Scroll 4
Med. Asst. 3
SMITH, FERDINAND NICHOLAS, III
Ushers Club 2-4
SMITH, GEORGE STEPHEN
Ushers Club 2-45 F.R.A.H.S. 3-45
SMITH, PATRICIA ANN
Red Cross Rep. 2
SMITH, SARAH FRANCES
SMITH, SHARON CATHERINE
Hi Times 2 1Rep.13
N.H.S. 4: French Club 3-4g Stu. Coun. 3 1Rep.1g Red
Cross 2g Hi Times 4 1Rep.1g Cheerleader 2-4
194, 115, 1981
SMITH, SUSAN HUNTER
Hi Times 2
SNELLMAN, TERI LYNNE
SNOWDEN, LAWRENCE SINGLETON
SONNIER, RAYMOND MAURICE
French Club 3-43 M Club 2-4, Spike Shoe Club 2-4
Track 2-4 1Cupt.1
1106, 115, 158, 160, 1991
SPARKS, REBECCA WALSH
French Club 3-4, Speech Club 2-3 1Hist. 315 Jr. Hist.
Quill and Scroll 4
182, 97, 115, 1991
SPAULDING, FRED IRA
SPEARS, JOHN RANDOLPH
SPENCE, MARCIA ALLEN
SPOTTSWOOD, ELIZABETH WASHINGTON
Stu. Coun. 2-3 1Rep.1g Four Arts Club 3-44 Jr. Hist. Soc
2, Azalea Trail Maid 43 Spec. Chor. 43 Outstanding Sr
STAFFORD, BETTY CAROLYN
D.O. 3-4 1Rep.1, Hi Times 4 1Rep.1g Jr. Hist. Soc. 2
STAINBACK, MARY LYNN
French Club 3
STANARD, CHANDLER KITE
STARR, ALFRED LOUIS
F.B.L.A. 3g Hi Times 4
STEELE, TALBOT ATKINS, JR.
Cross Country 2
170, 71, 1991
STEINER, PERRY JORDAN
French Club 2-4g Germain Club 4g Jr. Hist. Soc. 3-4
STEPHENS, KATHRYN PIERCE
STERN, BARBARA ANN
F1'f'I1C1l Club 2-4, Four Arts Club 3-43 Hi Times 4, Quil
and Scroll 4
STEVENSON, MARTHA FELCH
Quill and Scroll 3-4 1V.P. 41g Hi Times 2-4 1Cir. Mgr
Ushers Club 3-4
1104, 164, 165, 1991
STOKES, MARGARET ANN
STONE, JOHN DOUGLAS
STRICKLAND, JEAN MARIE
STRICKLER, BRENDA KAY
French Club 3g Maj. 2-3, Troopers Club 4
1 108, 2001
Soc. 2, Latin Club 3 1fV.P.1g MOHIAN 4 1Cir. and Sub.1g
Club Activities, Honors, Year, And Pages Pictured
N.H.S. 3-4g Booster Club 21 Speech Club 23 Stu. Coun. 4
fRep.l3 .lr. Hist. Soc. 3
STUBBLEFIELD, WILLIAM GAINES, IR.
French Club 33 Spec. Chor. 3-4, Band 2-4
STURDIVANT, JOHN DOME
Booster Club 4, Chem-B0-Phys 4
SULLIVAN, MARCIA ANNE
SWITZER, BEVERLY ANN
Red Cross 2 fRep.Jg Four Arts Club 43 F.B.L.A. 43
Booster Club 2
SWOAPE, GLENDA SHAROLYN
Y-Tcens 2-4, Mon. 2-3, Puntherelte 3
SYMES, ROBERT MEGEE
TALBOT, SHARON AMELIA
Ir. Hisl. Soc. 4
Y-Teens 4, Spec. Chor. 4
TAYLOR, DOUGLAS ROBERT
TAYLOR, MITCHELL WARREN
TAYLOR, SHERRIAN ANN
Hi Times 3
TEASLEY, WILLIAM HARPER
TERRANOVA, JOHN PATRICK, IR.
TERRY, DONNA LYNN
Bowling Club 4, Med. Asst. 4, Off. Asst. 4
Stu, Coun. 3 fRep.l: Spanish Club 2g .Ir. Hist. Soc. 2-4g
Four Arts Club 45 Hi Times 4 LRep.J, Teach. Asst. 2g
Quill and Scroll 4
4200, 128, 80, 97?
THOMAS, JANET CLARICE
THOMAS, MARY ANN
THOMAS, WILLIAM HENRY, JR.
THOMPSON, NIKKI .IEAN
Spanish Club 3-4 fV.P. 3g Pres. 451 Jr. Hist. Soc. 3 fRec.
Sec.lg I.C.C. 4g Booster Club 3 fTrez1s.l
THORTON, TED ROBERT
THURMAN, PEGGY LEE
TILLMAN, GARY LEE
TILLMAN, JUDITH KAY
N.H.S. 4g French Club 3
TIMS, RAY EUGENE
Football 2-3 CMgr.J
TINDLE. .IAMES R.
Spanish Club 2, D.O. Club 3
TODD, RANDALL BERNARD
TOLAND, JANE ELLEN
.lr. Hist. Soc. 25 Y-Teens 35 Pantherette 3
TOMLINSON, WANDA SUE
French Club 3
TRAWICK, PAUL WILSON
TREST, BARBARA ANN
TRIGG, JERE ARLAND
Chess Club 4
TUCKER, IEMMIE RAY
Spec. Chor. 3-43 Madrigal 4, Baseball 3
178, 79, 181, 2011
TUCKER, RANCE LARRY
TURNER, SANDRA LEIGH
TUTTLE, MARY HUBBARD
French Club 3-43 Stu. Coun. 2-3
TYREE, JUDY PAYE
French Club 3
TYSSOY, MILDRED RAMONA
Red Cross 2 lRep.Dg Hi Times 2-35 Spec. Chor. 3-4
UPTAGRAFFT, NIKKI LEIGH
Y-Teens 2 lV.P.Jg F.B.L.A. 4 fRep.l
VANDILLON. JOHN EARL
VAUGHN, JAMES STEVEN
VAUTIER, INIAURJCE ENIIIE
N,H.S. 3-45 Stu. Coun. 2 lRep.lg NIOHIAN 4 fLiterary
Ed.J5 N.M.S. Finalist5 N,C.T.E. lWinncrJ5 Arg. Inc. 2-4
KVI' 35 Pres. 475 Cerman Club 3-4 fV.P. 41: I.C.C. 45
Chem-Bo-Phys 45 Mobile Co. Forensic Coun. 2-4 IRep.1:
Quill and Scroll 4
VIA, ELISABETH BURNS
Quill and Scroll 3-45 French Club 25 I.C.C. 45 MOHIAN
3-4 l'Asst. Ed. 45
4.6, 68. 83, 96. 120, 2021
VICK, ALICE KAY
Stu. Coun. 3 lRep.J5 Jr. Hist. Soc. 25 Off. Asst. 4
VICKERS, BOBBIE JEAN
D.O. 45 Mon. 2
VINES, HOWARD WAYNE
J.E.T.S. 3-45 Chem-Bo-Phys. 4
Stu. Coun. 2 fRep.D5 Swim Club 25 Teach. Asst. 4
WADE, JOHNNY CARROLL
WAGSTER, SHEILA FRANCES
Jr. Hist. Soc. 25 French Club 35 MOHIAN 4 ILuyout Ed.I:
Off. Asst. 25 Quill and Scroll 4
183, 97, 2025
WAKEIWIAN, RECGIE DAVID
Usher Club 45 Stu. Coun. 3 fRep.J5 Cross Couniry 45
Track lMgr.J 3
WALL, DAVID EARL
WALLACE, SHANNON LORRAINE
WALLEY, BEVERLY JEAN
D.O. 35 D.E. 4
WALLEY, BILLY RAE
WALTERS, MIRIS OLETA
WALTO, DAVID AIARSH
WANLESS, RICHARD KEITH
WARD, JANIS RAE
YVARHURST, JOEL EDDIE
WATERS, CHARLOTTE ANN
F.N.A. 25 Red Cross, 3 fRep.J
WATFORD, WOODROW WILSON JR.
WVATKINS, GERALD ROBERT
WATKINS, PAMELA NELL
WATSON, EL-SIE MAXINE
WATTERSON, CATHERINE MERLE
N.H.S. 3-4 CCI1aplain 495 Y-Teens 35 MOHIAN 4 fWriterl5
German Club 3-45 Arg. Inc. 3-4 CV.P. 4J5 Bible Club 25
Mobile Co. Forensic Coun. 4 CRep.l5 Outstanding Sr.
fScienceI9 Quill and Scroll 4
WATTS, JESSE ASBURY
WEAVER, EVY IRENE
WEINSTEIN, JACK WARREN
WELCH, ANN CAROL
Glee Club 25 Spec. Chor. 2-4
WELCH, CHRISTIAN REYNOLDS
WELCH, RICHARD WAYNE
WELLS, SANDRA MARIE
Red Cross 2-4 fRep. 25 2nd V.P. 455 F.B.L.A. 4
WELLS, WILLIAM PORTIVIAN
WHARTON, MARY JANE
French Club 25 D.O. 45 Red Cross 3 fRep.J5 Teach. Asst.
WHEELER, HARRY SILAS, III
M Club 2-45 Basketball 2-45 Baseball 3-45 Hi Times 4
WHITE, CHERYL. REBECCA
Quill and Scroll 3-4: F.N.A. 3-45 Red Cross 3 fRep.J Hi
WHITE, DAWSON EARL, JR.
WHITE, RUTH CAROLINE
Lib. Asst. 3-4
WHITEHEAD, CAROLYN SAMANTHA
WHITENTON, MARTHA CHAR
French Club 2-4
French Club 4
C58, 109, 115, 2031
French Club 25 Swim. Club 2
WHITING, SHARRILYN ANN
Quill and Scroll 35 Four Arts Club 2-45 Spanish Club
2-35 Stu. Coun. 2 IRep.J5 Jr. Hist. Soc. 25 Hi-Times 3
WHITSON, GLORIA JEAN
French Club 4
Club Activities, Honors, Year, Arid Pages Pictured
WHITTEN, DIANA LUCILLE
WIGGINS, CHERYL MAE
Mon. 3, N.H.S. 4
WIGGINS, LORENE MARJORIE
Stu. Coun. 2 1Rep.3
WILEY, DEWEY TERRELL
WILKERSON, MARY JO
WILKERSON, SHIRLEY FAYE
WILLAMOR, WILLIAM JOSEPH
WILLIAMS, CHARLES LESLIE
M Club 2-43 Wrestling 2-4, Football 2-4
WILLIAMS, CHARLES WELDON
Hi Times 3 1Rep.3g Red Cross Rep. 2
WILLIAMS, LINDA JEANNE
N.H.S. 3-4g French Club 4
192, IIS, 2083
WILLIAMS, MARTHA ANN
WILLIAMS, SARAH RUTH
WILLIAMS, SHIRLEY FAYE
French Club 23 D.O. 3-45 Miss D.O. 3-4g D.E. 3-4g
Co-un, 3 1Rcp.3
WILLIAMSON, JOHN AUSTIN
Hi Times Rep. 3
YVELLINGHAM, CONSTANCE VALERIE
WILLISSON, MELISSA MARIE
WILSON, GUY MONTIELTH
WILSON, JERETTA LEE
Spanish Club 2-33 Four Arts Club 4
WILSON, JOHN EMANUEL
WILSON, SAMUEL SCOTT
Chess Club 3, Pre-Med 4 1Pres3 Project MORE 3
Tennis Club 4g Band 2
WINDHAM, JAMES ROBERT
WITZELL, JOHN DAVID III
WOJOHN, GREGORY ALLEN
Teach. Asst. 3
WOLLANGK, DENNIS CARL
WOOD, JEROLD THOMPSON
Football 43 Track 4g Off. Asst.
1137, 140, 157, 158, 160, 204, 2933
WOOD, JERRY WARREN
WOOD. RAYMOND CLIFTON
WOODRUFF, BOYKIN MAXWELL JR
Four Arts Club 4
WOOLDRIDGE, HELEN RUTH
N.H.S. 3-4, Jr. Hist. Soc, 2-33 Hi Times 3 1Rep3 MO
HIAN 3-4 1Art Ed.3g Homecomin Court 24 Quill and
158, 70, 82, 92, 97, 204, 2653
WOOLEY, WAYNE HOWARD
WOOLEY, WOODROW WILFRED
WRIGHT, LELAND ANSEL
WRIGHT, REBECCA RUTH
YATES, SHARON ELIZABETH
French Club 3
YAWN, GLORIA ANN
YOUNG, CLIFFORD EDWARD
ZDENEK, WILLIAM ROY
ZIVITZ, DONALD PRINCE
Ushers Club 4g Hi Times 2
ZUNDEL, WILLIAM POWELL
yd 157, 158, 217
Adair, Ronnie 137, 139, 217
Adams, Carol 68, 85, 109, 217
Adams, Ray 217
r, Tommy 37, 111, 94, 217
Alford, Terry 217
Allen, Andrew 217
sy Ann 217
Allman, Rusty 162, 217
Alums, Jolm 217
Alvarez, Linda Ruth 217
, Larry 217
, Laura Jeannie 217
, Marsha 127, 217
, Richard 104, 217
Andrews, Kathy 217
Boshell, David 219
Boswell, Bill 219
Bouler, Stephen 219
Bowling, James 219
Boyd, James 219
Boyd, Nancy 129, 219
Bozone, Toy 107, 219
Brandenburg, Sue 219
Brantley, Pat 107, 219
Breland, .lennie 219
Bridges, Billy 219
Brill, Betty Jo 219
Brill, Harriet 92, 219
Brincat, Steve 219
Bringhurst, Barbara 219
Britton, Vernon 103, 219
Broadus, Janice 220
Armus, Ann 88, 217
Arno, John 217
Arnold, Gwendolyn 217
Ar11old, Judith Carol 217
Averitt, Betty 217
Aycock, Thomas 217, 154, 155, 137,
94, 229, 271
Baber, Patricia 217
Bromwell, Christina 220
Brooks, Juan 220
, Betty 220
Brown, Douglas 220
Brown, Joe K. 220, 111
, Keith 220, 153, 147
, Ronnie 220, 88
, Sharon 220
, Thomas 220
lee, Brenda 220
Bailey, Judith 124, 217
, rtafvin 88,217
Bancroft, Louise 217
Bancroft, Sarah Jo 110, 125, 217
Bankester, Sandra 123, 217
Barden, Woody 217
Barlow, Sterling 113, 119, 217
Barlow, Susie 217
Barlowe, Carolyn 217
Barnes, Ronnie 218
Barnes, Sally 218
Barron, .lack 100, 218
Barron, Wallace 116, 218
Barrow, James 218
Barton, Linda 107, 126, 218
Bass, Rayford 218
Bates, Caroline 218
Batson, Jimmy 218
Baumhauser, Kathy 218
Baynes, Robert 218
Beaird, Carl James 163, 218
Beaty, Barbara 218
Bedford, Mike 218
Bell, Herman 218
Benson, Walter 218
Berry, Betsy 218
Beville, Linda 92, 218
Biehl, Susan 218
Bishop, Kay 218
Bishop, Marvin Ray 218
Bishop, Tommy 218
Blackmon, David 218
Blake, Ronald Edward 219
Blake, Ronald 107, 219
Blanchard, Lois 219
Blankenship, Mary 219
Blanton, LeRon 94
Blatchford, Jane 219
Blow, Janice 219
Boatman, Roy Frankie 219
Becky 85, 99, 219
Boddenz Dorothy 85, 219
Mary Ree 107 219
Btogganf sybu 131, 1293 219
Bolding, Sunya 219
Bolton, Charles 219
Bonds, Susan 107, 219
Bonneau, Ellen 219
Boone, Gordon 219, 119
Bordelon, Janice 219
Borden, Elwood 88
Borden, Patricia 126, 219
Borg, Larry 219
Bryant, Nancy Ann 220
Buckley, Carolyn 220, 88
Bufkin, Jane 220
Bullard, Linda 220
Burch, Ronnie 162
Burk, Howard 220
Burnett, Richard 220
Burns, Donnice 220
Burt, Carol 220
Burns, Donnice 220
Burt, Constance Hope 220
Burt, Sherron 220
Busby, Linda 220, 99
Busch, Larry 220
Butt, Theresa Kay 220
Byrd, Margaret 220
Byrd, Mary 220
Byrd, Terry 220
Cade, John 220
Cagle, Merle 220
Cahoon, David 220
Cameron, Faye 220
Camp, David 220, 116
Campbell, Phyllis 220
Cane, William 220, 163
Cannon, Ellan 220
Canode, Violet R. 221
Caprara, Russell 221
Carder, Bobby 221, 90
Carlisle, James 221
Carter, Gary 221
Carter, Peggy 221
Cato, Sue 221
Chadick, William Dan 221, 92
Champion, Joan 221
Champlain, Greta 221, 86
Chapman, Andy 221, 103, 207
Chestnolvick, Ricky 109, 113,119
Ching, Larry 221
Clapp, Becky 221, 125, 92
Clark, Brenda 221
Clark, Colleen 221
Clark, Lynda 221
Clarke, Carolyn 221
Clarke, Catherine 221
Clarke, Dee 52, 216, 221
Clarke, Dorothy Jane 221
Claytor, Paulette 221
Clewis, James 221
Cliburn, Glenda 221
Cobb, John 221
Cobb, E. Palmer 221
Cohen, Cynthia Laura 221
Coker, Calvin 221
Converse, Mary Brandly 222
Conway, Patricia 222
Cook, .Jacqueline 222
Cooper, Michael 222
Cooper, Susan 222
Coppock, Margaret 222
Corley, Suzanne 222
Cornett, Mike 222
Couch, Clarence 222
Couch, Donnie 222
Cowart, Johnny 222
Cowden, Robert 119, 222
Cox, Virginia 222
Craddock, Bettye Ann 29, 222
Craig, Kathy 127, 222
Crane, John 222
Craton, Mary 92
Crone, .lim 127, 222
Cronenberg, Lee 84, 92, 99, 128
Crowley, David 222
Cruit, Vlfayne 222
Cruthirds, Byron 222
Cunningham, Richard 103, 222
Dalhgren, Judith Ann 222
Daugherty, Hal 137, 143, 222
Davenport, Lany 223
Davidson, Bobby Jean 223
Davis, Bill 223
Davis, Burnley 223
Davis, Diane 113, 223
Davis, Jo Anne 223
Davis, Judith 223
Davis, Mary Sands 92, 223
Davis, Pamela 223, 238
, Richard 223, 145
n, Connie 223
Denmark, Jed 88, 223
Dennis, Ronnie 107, 223
Dean, Sharon 116, 119, 223
De Van, Benjamin 89, 130, 131,
Devery, Ronald 223
Dickenson, Mary 223
Dielmelt, Sharon 223
Digman, Eunice Evelyn 223
Ditto, Carol 223
Dixon, Evelyn 223
Dixon, Jean 94, 99, 223
Dixon, Jerry 22.3
Doggett, Ronald 223
Dombroski, Teddy 223
Donald, Marty 92, 115, 216, 223
Donaldson, Sharon 109, 223
Donaldson, Woodrow 223
Dosher, Nancy 223
Driskell, Kurt 223
Dunlap, Frances Lynda 223
Dunn, Maxine 223
Dunn, Virginia 223
Dunnam, Kathy 223
Dunnam, Mark 224
Durant, Winston 111, 224-
Dyess, Gay 99, 109, 224
Echols, Candance 224-
Edwards, Beverly 224
Ehman, Sharron 80, 110, 224
Eiland, Gail 107, 224
Elger, Samuel 224
Elliott, James 224-
Ellis, Lawrence 106, 137, 139, 161,
131115, Pat 224
Ellsworth, Marshall 224
Ellzey, Eugene 224
Elmore, Pam 224
Embery, Betty Jo 224
Enfinger, Judy 107, 224
Enfinger, Sue 224
England, Emily 109, 92, 224
Engstrom, Nancy 86, 127, 125, 129,
Engwall, Wyatt 224
Ernest, Janelle 84, 125, 99, 224
Eubanks, Michael 224
Eubanks, Richard 224
Evans, Charles 88
Faircloth, Carol 224
Farb, Patricia 80, 99, 224
Farmer, George 224
Fausak, Bruce 224
Felio, Donald 89, 224
Felton, Susan 224
Fendley, Sandra 224
Fields, Wayne 224
Fillingham, Joan 224
Floyd, Sharon 224
Fogle, Antoinette 68, 224
Fonde, Lynne 92, 224
Ford, Billy 225
Foster, Elizabeth 225
Foster, Sandra 99, 109, 115, 225
Fountain, Linda Sue 225
Foutz, Kathy 225, 53, 86, 92
Fowler, Sulane 225
Frake, Linda 125, 225
Francis, Louise 225
Frase, Ruth 101
Frazier, Diane 225
Frazier, Joyce 225
French, Emily 225
Frew, Beverly Joe 225
Friedman, Abby 225
Friedrick, Patricia 225
Frizzcll, Henry Young 225
Frye, Patricia 225
Fultz, James 225
Gaines, Carolyn 225
Ganus, Linda 114, 225
Garcia, Candice 225
Gardner. Rebecca 225
Garrett, Elizabeth 78, 79, 225
Garrick, Charles 283
Garrison, Marjorie 225
Garverick, Nancy 226
Garvey, Janet 226
Gaskin, Esther 121, 226
Gaston, Sherry 226
Gatlin, Ronnie, 226
Gaylor, Lila 226
George, Tommy 226
Geron, Lucy Gayle 226
Gibney, Mike 104, 147, 153, 226
Gibson, David 226
Giddens, James 165, 226
Giddens, Kay 92, 226
Girod, Wayne 226
Givens, Adrian 226
Glass, Gloria 226
Glenos, Pete 226
Glissen, Barbara Ruth 226
Glover, Virginia 226
Godwin, Marshall 226
Golden, Jimmy 226
Golomb, Birry 226
Gonzales, Warren 162, 226
Goodson, Patricia 113, 226
Gordon, Thomas 226
Gould, Raudaline 226
Gower, Lynette 226
Pages Where Pictured
Graham, Homer 227
Grantham, Andrew 227
Grayson, David 227
Hopkins, Shirley 88, 229
Horder, Linda 109, 114, 229
Horstman, Larry 229
Green, Barbara 227
Green, David 227
Green, Gerald 227
Green, Phyllis 227
Greer, Bart 162
Gregor, Mary 227
Gresham, Steve 227
Grier, Rosa 109, 113, 227
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Griffin, Neal 227
Griffin, Thomas 227
Grissett, Judith 227
Gwin, Don 227
Gwin, Margaret 110, 127, 227
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Haas, Rose 227
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Hagen, David 227
Hager, Dolly 134, 135, 227
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Hale, Margaret 227
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Hall, Nancy 110, 121, 227
Hall, Patricia 88, 227
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Hall, Steve 227
Horton, Reese 94, 157, 158, 229
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Houston, Carolyn 229
Howard, Gary 229
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Huhm, Carolyn 229
Huhnc, Diana 129, 229
Hunter ,Boyette 94, 104, 119, 229
Hurley, Joan 109, 129, 131, 229
Hutton, Nathalie 229
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lnge, David 103, 104, 137, 207, 229
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Jackson, Earl 107, 229
Jackson, James 229
Jacobs, Robert Wayne 229
Jensen, Rebecca 230
Sonny 107, 230
Johnson, Betty 94, 230
Johnson, Gary 90, 230
Janice 94, 126, 230
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Hamm, Judy 227
Hammond, Jerry 227
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Hancock, Barbara 227
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Hannie, Paulette 129, 225, 228
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Cheryl 116, 125, 230
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Hill, David 228
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Hillard, Candy 125, 228
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Hollinger, Louis Randall 228
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Holmes, Billy 109, 229
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Jordan, Robert 116, 230
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King, Mae Alice 129
King, Mickey 231
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Konda, Thomas 231
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Marrero, Eric 90, 234
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Martin, Sandra, 32, 234
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Merrill, Donna Lee 234
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Perkins, Brenda 237
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Racine, Terry Ann 126, 238
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Redd, Gloria Jean 238
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Scopolites, Mickey 240
Scott, Patricia 240
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Scott, Tracy 240
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Fellows, Johnny 251
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Frase, Eileen 252
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Freeman, Maureen 110, 252
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Garcia, Wayne 252
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Gibson, Nancy 252
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Hahn, Katherine 252
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Hancock, Mike 252
Hand, Cynthia 252
Hansen, John 252
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Hixson, Richard 253
Hoagland, Betty 253
Hodge, Hugh 254
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Holbein, Fred 254, 107
Holcomb, Ruth 129, 254
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Hollingsworth, Aubrey 254
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Hoss, Robert 254
House, Pat 254
Howell, Bentley 137, 254
Hudson, Vicky 114, 254
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Hull, Margaret 254
Hwin, Patricia Emma 254
Hurst, Gregory 254
Hurst, Sylvia Ann 254
Huston, George 254
Irby, Michael 254
1vey, Daisy Carol 254
Jackson, Alice 124, 254
Jefferson, Alfred 254-
Jenkins, Martha 254
Jepko, Patricia Ann 254
Jemigan, Leo 90, 254
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Johnson, Cecelia 254
Johnson, Clara 254
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Johnson, Howard Mason 113, 254
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Jordan, Janet Elaine 129, 255
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King, Janice 255
King, Richard 255
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Lamey, Robert 255
Lamey, Robert 255
Lang, Dawn 100, 254, 255
Langford, Charles Russell 255
Langham, Kenneth 256
Langley, Janice 256
Largue, Roy 256
Larson, Mamie 256
Lassiter, Cynthia 129, 256
Lathan, Gary 256
Latham, Kenneth 256
l.e Blanc, Mickey 256
Lee, Judy 256
Lee, Linda 256
Leech, Graham 256
Lecs, Gayle 256
Leggett, Richard 116, 256
Lewis, Anelda Jean 110, 256
Linaras, Jimmy 80, 256
Lincoln, Robert 256
Litton, Alice 256
Livingston, Stan 256
Loftin, Susan 256
Logan, Jimmy 256
Long, Gay 256
Long, Louise 256
Longniire, Paula 256, 273
Lord, Angela 256
Lott, Betsy 246, 256
Lowry, Brenda 88, 256
Ludlam, Charles 256
Luna, Robert 256
Luxemburg, Darby 80, 256
Lyle, Gloria 127, 256
Lyndall, Henry 105, 256
Lyons, George 256
McCall, Patricia 256
McCartney, Mickey 256
McConnell, Becky 256
McCoy, Raymond 256
McGrory, Donald 256
McC'urley, Rose 86
McDavid, John 246, 256
McD'ole, Carole 257
McEvoy, Joseph 257
McGill, Cherry 257
McGonigal Burke 109, 257
McGough, James 257
Mclnnis, Larry Earl 257
Mclnnis, Raymond 257
Mclntyre, Wayne Ersell 257
McKenzie, Bonnie 257
McKinnon, Debby 257
McKinnon, Gene 257
McMillan, James 257
McMillin, Ann 257
McMurphy, John 156, 158, 257
McNair, Judy M. 105
Maddox, Ruby 257
Maisel, Leon 80, 116, 257
Mallett, Robert 257
Malone, Sandra 257
Mann, Penelope 109, 257
Mann, Susan 257
Maples, Mary 257
Markis, Jake 257
Marshall, .Janet 257
Marshall, John 257
Massey, Gail 257
Massey, Linda 257
Massey, Patricia 257
Mathis, John 106, 157, 158, 257
Matthews, Billy D. 257
May, Joy 257
May, Patricia 257
Mayo, Cathy 257
Meatyard, James Edward 257
Merchant, Bruce C. 257
Merchant, Katherine 129, 257
Meredith, Sharon 257
Meredith, Shawna 257
Middleton, Paula 257
Miller, Freddy J. 88, 257
Miller, James 257
Miller, Jo Ann 257
Miller, Michael 257
Miller, Ray 257
Mills, Milton 257
Mims, Randy 257
Minton, Betty 257
Minyard, Gail 257
Ragsdale, Laura 259
Mitchell, Mary Lou 257
Mock, James 257
Molpus, Billy Jewel 257
Mooney, Debbie 258
Moore, Alana 258
Moore, Newell 258
Moore, Penny 258
Mordecai, Kay 258
Morgan, Anita 258
Morgan, Betty 258
Morgan, Linda 129, 258
Morris, Grace E. 126, 258
Morris, Shannon 258
Morrison, John 89, 258
Morrisson, Kenneth 258
Moss, Sandra 258
Murphy, Michael Eugene 258
Murray, Kathryn 110, 258
1, Paulette 258
Horace 116, 258
Neese, Joseph 258
Neese, Myrtle 258
Neige-l, Larry 258
Glenn Edward 88, 258
Nelson? Larry 258
Newellz James B. Jr. 187, 258
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Nims, David 258
Norris, Beverly 258
Norris, Lynn 258
Northington, James 258
O'Farrell, Wayne 258
Ogburn, Walt 258
Ortman, Richard 258
Oshito, Terry 129, 258
Otto, Bonnie Jean 100, 254, 258
Owen, Samuel 258
Page, Donald 258
Palmer, Diane 258
Papageorge, Mary Elle-n 114, 246,
Parrish, James 258
Parker, Raymond 154, 258
Patrick, Ralph 258
Patronas, Denise 116, 258
Patterson, Joyce 258
Patterson, Robert Grady 107, 258
Patton, Patricia 258
Paul, Theresa Faye 258
Payne, Thomas 258
Pearman, Marie 258
Pearson, Linda 258
Pennington, Linda 258
Peters, Wayne 258
Pettis, Robert 258
Petty, Gerald 259
Petway, Jerry 259
Phillips, Linda 259
Pierce, Freddy F. 259
Pierce, Linwood 259
Pierre, Adele 259
Plash, Duane 259
Polewcda, Janise 109, 259
Ponder, Ginger 259
Poole, Ginny 259
Pope, David 259
Pope, Robert 259
Post, Lynne 259
Potts, Jocko 144-, 154, 273
Potts, Tommie 259
Powell, John Broach 103, 259
Powell, Larry 259
Powell, Linda 259
Prather, Sherry 259
Previto, Alan 90, 111, 246, 259
Price, Nancy Ann 259
Pritchard, James Larry 259
Pursell, James 259
Purvis, Bennie 259
Pyeate, Deborah 129, 259
Pyle, Lo-la 259
Quackenbush, David 259
Quebedcaux, Rebecca 126, 259
Quina, William R. 157, 158, 161,
Quinnelly, Steven 259
Raider, Paula 71, 259
Raley, Kenneth 259
Rave, Fred 259
Reams, Michael Judson 259
Regan, There-sa 259
Reid, Maurine 259
Reneman, Nancy 259
Reneman, Paulette 260
Reynolds, Rebecca 129
Rhame, Richard 260
Rhodey, Alan 260
Richards, Margaret 260
Richardson, Joe 260
Richardson, Nancy 260
Rickey, .Jackie 260
Riddcrbjelke, Dobbie 260
Riley, Linda 260
Robinson, Crahan 154, 260
Robinson, James Almo 45, 246
Rodgers, Evelyn 260
Rodreguez, Billy 158
Rolls, Harold 260
Rose, Bettina 121, 260
Roshto, Richard 103, 260
Rosner, Jane 260
Ross, Edward D. 260
Rowell, Neal 106, 157, 259
Rouse, Peter 260
Rubira, Lydia 260, 296
Rumbley, Pearl 260
Sanders, Bennie 260
Sanders, Linda 260
, Moye 137, 145, 260
, Kay Louise 80, 260
Saucer, Marie 260
Sauls, Miriam 260
Savelle, Diane 260
Sayers, Pamela 127, 260
Scarcliff, David 157, 260
Scarcliff, Francis 260
Scarcliff, Frances R. 260
Schaub, Jane L. 260
Schear, Sarah 260
Schev. Robert Edward 260
Scho-ch, James 260
Schuler, Johnni 261
Schwartz, Marsha 261
Scott, Joan 86, 87, 261
Scroggins, Beverly 261
Sellers, Anita 261
Sellers, Philip 261
Shaw, Neal 261
Shelton, Deborah 261
Sheppard, Darlene 261
Shiel, James 261
Shields, Clifford 261
Shoemaker, Danny 86, 261
Shoemaker, Linda 50, 261
Simmons, Lany 261
Simmons, Sharon 261
Sims, Jerry 261
Sinclair, Leslie 240
Singleton, Etta 261
Skipper, James 261
Skoglund, Jean 261
Slaughter, lraham 261
Smith, Conrad 261
Smith, Eugene 105, 261
Smith, Gerard 261
Smith, Kathleen 261
Smith, Kenneth 89, 261
Smith Lance 261
Smith, Linda 261
Smith, Margaret 261
Nancy Loutiska 126
Robert 154, 261
Snedeker, Lynn 261
Sneeringer, Phillip 261
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Sobieski, Barbara 120, 261
Sommers, Steve 154, 261
Sossaman, Kitty 261
Southerland, Robert 154, 261
Spann, Larry 261
Spann, Lorraine 261
Sparkman, Tommy 261
Spooner, Linda 261
Sprinkle, Albert 261
Sprouse, Donald 261
Stadther, Garland 261
Stark, Craig 261
Steele, Sandra 261
Steps, Bay 261
Stern, Ellen 261
Stewart, Beverly 261
Stewart, Joy 261
Stewart, Kenneth 262
Stidham, Brenda 262
Stokes, Patricia 107, 262
Strange, Hugh 262
Strictland, Jean 262
Strong, Rex 262
Sullivan, .ludy O'Neal 262
Sullivan, Martha 262
Summerral, Linda 118, 262
Sypsa, Seifon 262
Tallman, Patricia 262
Tanner, Cynthia 262
Taylor, Barbara 262
Taylor, Dock 262
Taylor, Margaret 262
Taylor, Mike 262
Taylor, Robert 116, 158, 262
Taylor, Sharon 262
Teague, Dottie 262
Terranova, Melanie 262
Thomas, David 262
Thompson, Carl Pat 262
Thompson, Don 51, 262
Thompson, Nancy 262
Thompson, Shirley 36, 262
Thoss, Emery 262
Tilleiry, Spencer 262
Tillman, Mike 262
Todd, Mitchell 262
Tolpin, Richard 81, 89
Tooley, Archie 262
Tooley, Dorothy 126, 262
Touchstone, Janis 262
Trice, Carol 262
Trodhe, Martha 262
Turk, Cheryl 262
Turner, Barbara Jean 262
Tuttle, Dana 262
Twine, Bruce 262
Van Hoose, James Jr. 158
Varhley, Mike 104, 121, 250,
Vaughan, Carol 36
Vaughn, Jimmy 262
Via, Dorothy 262
Vignes, John 262
Vinson, Lynda 262
Vrocher, Bill 137, 262
Wacker, Jamie 54, 262
Walcott, Judith 262
Walden, Barbara 262
Waldrop, Judith 262
Walley, Otis 262
Walters, David 112, 113, 262
Walton, Geary 90, 262
Warlick, Ray 262 Lf
Warren, Katy Lou 86, 262
Waters, Gloria Janette 129, 262
Waters, Juanita 263
Watler, Donald 88, 263
Weed, Larry 263
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Wheeler, Liska 263
White, Ann 263
White, Billy 263
White, Tommie 129, 263.
White-Spunner, Nancy 104, 263
Wiggins, Jane 263
Williams, Garry 263
Williams, Martha 114, 263
Williams, Montea 263
Williams, Ricky 263
Willia s, Vicki 263
Wilson, Ben 157, 263
Wilson, Judy 263
Wilson, Judy 70, 129
Wilson, Lorena 263
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Wilson, Tom 263
Windham, Helen 263
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Woodward, Carolyn 263
Worrell, Frank 263
Wynne, Ronnie 263
Yeager, Ann 114, 263
Zampieri, Dean 263
Zuber, Charles 154, 263
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