Murrah High School - Resume Yearbook (Jackson, MS)

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I Administration. . .38 2 -. ,N Sports ' lnirv' Activities Classes. . .118 Dedication Not only because you are an experienced mathematics teacher. . .not only because you possess that vital spark of life and enthusiasm which you impart to all who come in contact with you. , .not only for your initiative in organizing Murrah's Red Cross Council. . .not only for your efforts in building the Medico- eds into an active facet of school life. . .but for the sum total of all these, and because you typify progress and a firm belief in the youth of today. . .the staff gratefully dedicates the l964 Resume! to you. Mrs. Mary Ann McAllister 4 7' is t, Mrs. McAllister and Mrs. Davis, co-sponsors of the Medico-eds Club, work with Club President Brad Farber. At a faculty tea Mrs. McAllister talks with Mrs. Jo Curran. Always willing to help, Mrs. McAllister counsels Jack Pratt and Jimmy Long during sixth period study. xx in 44, fit' Gfrx flff' if 'Nw f ff -me worry vofeck for gi Qld? ,....1 ti sf gl K5 , WZWQ ,-1. ' wg 'iii nv f V. X52 5 M ,7!,M,41,! , ifrk A t, , V,4g, 9,,af ,4,g,f,-,,!m,a. MQW , L. , ,g ,, ., mf,,'f-0-W-1 4 f,.,,3 f 2 1 , ww Q LV ' f,m5'2H 4 ,.,m,,f .Aff, W 2 , f 'Q X li ,T 1 --Af, sf .A ,W .41 L 44177, ,q M f 07,1 Q1 ,Q STUDENT LIFE aw fl f-. 'Q 1 QT? F 3.-..l...-..b.,, .,,.. , si in Z is ,s it li ll l 5 F 1 E A' M 1 With eager anticipation these girls gaze at the posted list ofthe newly chosen Murrah Misses for the 1964-65 school year. W Campaign Manager Jack Pratt heartily congratulates Brad Farber, who It takes practice to be able to perform well in the band. has iusf been meded Student Body presideml 3 as "Double, double, toil, and trouble," chant these witches from Macbeth. Peggy Bush, Andrea Godwin, Phyllis Tartar, and Alice Pierce portray the weird sisters in a classroom skit. Daily Routine Sparkles With Activity A group of seniors pause to notice a letter from a hopeful candi- date for Student Body President asking for their support in the up- coming election. An elaborate formal tea at the Governor's Mansion was given for Murrah Senior girls. 9 Enthralled by the mysteries of the universes beyond, Bob Ridgway uses his study period to read in the library. Murrah's eight energetic cheerleaders boosted the spirit of the student body at all athletic events. Front: Carolyn Bruno, Clinton Alexander, Rita Cabaniss. Back: Susan Stone, Alice Pierce, Susan Holder, Jane Cleland. Not pictured: Gebby Burleson. yy y ygvy g vyic 'V ilk 2 I r"" One more money making project for the Washington trip was the Misses' Spring Fashion Show. i :- NX i P X ss. ix' s ,Nw 1 Xa ' Q, Yes, Denny, the suitcase is fine, . ,I think I see an Indian. . .My pocket, what on earth'?! Richard is out. Pass the shaving cream. Mississippi's Murrah Misses displayed southern graces at every turn. Right, Jan? 'fi' ,,,,, , 4 , , Ji V , 'ff if t f K 'fvgrgiit i" flu D' Q i khiisxs 10 -nv' ,f 0 E, X MW' ik he 'f Murrah's mightiest Mustang, Tommy Pleasant, hams it up. Bedraggled and bleary-eyed, the Murrah Singers and Misses await final instructions at a semi-dress rehearsal for "Away We Go." Smile, Buzz. There's Mr. Dollarhide the Tourist! Thank ya'. Cherry Blossom Murrah Represents State "Washington, here we come!" This cry rang through- out Jackson as the Murrah Mustang Band and Misses solicited donations for the trip by staging a style show and a variety show, hosting two Cherry Blossom dances, and conducting a cake sale. The crowning ofa Cherry Blossom King and Queen culminated the fund raising drive. Long hours of practice paid off as the Murrah unit copped fourth place. ...S 0041 "M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E" was the cry of the Murrah Misters as they pranced through their carefully rehearsed routine during the Homecoming pep rally. MU h ln the afternoon students viewed the varied displays de- signed and built by the homerooms. Although every display spends Week Preparing was different, each carried out a common theme-Beat the Hornets! For Homecoming Event To begin a spirited evening the Mustangs upset the Green- ville Hornets 7-0. Highlighting the half-time activities was "Straighten the bow on your helmet," barked a team the crowning of the new Homecoming Queen, Rita Cabaniss. manager as the Powder Puff Football Game officially began Murrahites danced at the Heidelberg Hotel from ten to the Homecoming pep rally. While the team members re- one. Presented during intermission were Rita Cabaniss, Clin- cuperated from their tiring play, the Murrah Misters per- ton Alexander, Sherry Enochs, Sally Fran Ross, Lynn Biggs, formed for the student body. Susan Holder, and Kathy Squires. Two of the cleverest displays were colorful crepe-paper designs. The player testing his force and the eager Mustang concentrate on defeating their Homecoming opponent. , nv fc M. Coach Shirley Sorenson anxiously sizes up her starting line-up for the Powder Puff Football Game. , 12 , g 21 .. -N J: x Si flluq, C . kg., X 'hgh --'9g?NLw+i,1- F f 1 P ,z, A 6 . X 4 -,f 41. V - 9 5 a K ' i -, ,, .LM 'bw-Sf. ff , ,. , In - . M J, gy M Q ' K in em ' - , i fx ww n - 1321 xl M if I W" ? ,. 174 S ,Af Hia "" -wg-5 Delegates tothe N.S.P.A. found that ' the fun on their I3 hour train ride. , M! 4-GX 'getting there w YA-'-'W I as half .--"V l "Keep your old MAD Magazine and leave me with my pillow." Press Convention Stresses Creative Journalism Representing Murrah's three publications, fifty excited delegates arrived in Chicago for three days of classes and sightseeing. The National Scholastic Press Association Convention provided a chance for high school staff mem- bers to improve journalistic techniques and to encourage original ideas. During the convention the 1963 Hoofbeat staff received the Pacemaker Award for pioneering in color photography. This is Chicago-"Stormy, husky, brawling, City of the big Shoulders.' 11 14 .L V Beat Provine Week i - 'K gf sljg, V S ' V lnitiates Lively Contests 4-053 and Activities For one entire week, the minds of Murrahites re- volved around one thought-Beat Provine! Each home- room participated' in a door design contest with w. shakers awarded to the ingenious homeroom display- ing the best door decoration. The cheerleaders acted as executioners, painting a red dot on the nose of stu- dents daring to wear red on the day of the game. Following the spirited pep rally, the student body pro- ceeded in the traditional march around the school. Al- though the game was postponed because of rain, spirit remained high until the night when the Mustangs defeated the Provine Rams 14-O. Singing the fight song and cheering boisterously, Murrahites follow the annual tradition of marching around the school. V . f Caggeijag f'-V , K-,E I it f' Q, V , ' ,a-Slit 'T-f ., 3? n ' " yffiiy 3 tr 'i 'fa 7' 7'f' a ' 97, ' I vw- e', .,,'f .- A -, A , ,TZ I 'L :rj fm, ' ig -, ' Cf' . A 7-HA., fi sf FU Bt.. it 7 si., Q, . ,, - "1-f f . , ' ff--"'1,.e . sl fi , 1 , D i rfJ'9-"1 Q Q' 1 ? 5 it M?5!4r A 7 l' Af' A, ' 'Q - - . '- -W e? .L-5' " . t ,I A v v i 'fl ,pf - it ! Rita Cabaniss points out to Jane Cleland, Linda Hines, and Susan Holder that . V 1 , . 4 A 1. T,f.'5:,. , , .,, ,L l . I , H 0, sew PV I f 3 J .K ,gy 1-Y V' there are indeed many ways of saying ' Beat Provine! 'U ' - A X V' 1-1" "' fi- if 3 F' , -, " 5 , f if --rf 7 f rf' ' A' , .I ,f-,, -'Q K- f..,..,. . - f - . , , -1 3"r',f . if pg ' Ms: ' -. ..-ff ' :V -.aw .f , . ,4,.- -ff-wt .. - 'L V yf'sr,.- eff-: riff 44r'5':z,'L'-XY.:--:'L?.:: , '-'- A .44 Loyal supporters of the Murrah Mustangs prove that it takes a lot more than a deluge of rain to keep them from cheering the football team to victory over the cross-town rival Provine. i tits i 6, ,- 7 A . M ,, Z' if S f ,Q W i KX. ,,,, ,-.4 l sf f. muumuz we A xaimvamfvwwfmwwmnfmwslfranf ' Kmtiimzitii ...lu IV 'lftillim' 'W 'S' ,V ,AMAA 'Mu if-J Murrah's four National Merit Scholarship winners, Lucy Cavett, Glenn Mouton, Susan Deter, and Roy Maxwell read a congratulatory letter. NATIONAL MERIT FINALISTS: David Adcock, Lucy Cavett, lrlyn Cruthirds, Jimmy Currie, Susan Deter, Dea Duck- worth, Mac Haley, Susan Hendrix, Byron Inman, Elise McNees, Glenn Mouton, Mar- garet Owens, Jack Pratt, Pot Price, Julie Seibels, Alan Swann, Bill Wallace, Johnny Winbigler, Roy Maxwell. Murrah's Students Achieve Success on National Scale fi? National literary winners, Carol Moore and Mike Wolfe, scan Pleiades material 0 with their sponsor Miss Musselwhite. I c ' s. f 'wivm-1L.:fs. c gg err si? f E ff QQ sq, 5 sw- Lucy Cavett leaves school to attend one of the numerous civic club luncheons at which Murrahites are honored. 16 "Ohhhh! I touched him and l'll never wash this hand again!" screams Elvis' lTommy Hornerl fans as he croons "Love Me Tender." "What do you make as a Beadle?" asks Mr. Cranckase lEd Douglasl of Alvin Beadle lSunny Langstonl. "Ten million, give or take a quid." Winter Variety Show Depicts Daily TV Entertainment Murrah's brawny Mustangs dancing around Swan Pond, fads and fashions of 1956, and "L'il Abner" highlighted the Murrah variety show. Time Out for Murrah, patterned after a television program, carried out its setting by interrupting with newscasts, commercials, weather bulletins, and a soap opera. As a grand finale, the entire cast sang "There's No Business Like Show Business." NWn..:.g1.1.4s..,,,,,.4Q..42kintii6iL Alas, poor Ray has died over the wrong girl. Come to think of it, William's With gun pointed, Pappy Yokum cries "Sing!" to the Hootenanny group not much of a girl to flip over anyway. cowering in their places while the riled Dogpatch citizens look on. 17 Al an ,, 1' if rsr, I ,, , . . Qi 4 bl x AW , ..., t fgwjfg , L e s . N l Tired students come alive when the band begins to play a song everyone knew - "Louie Louie." Prom Revolves Around Gay Circus Amid paper lions and cardboard ele- phants, the i964 Junior-Senior Prom was held on May 9 at the Heidelburg Hotel. Surrounded by a festive carnival atmos- phere, Murrahites danced from 8 to i2 to Curry McMurry and Ann Brockman greet Sherry Baker and Ralph Vance as they enter the Prom. the Melodies of the Pastels from Balon Rouge, Louisiana. During a break in the Prom, Chuck Steadman, Anne Yerger, and Charles Hooker relax with grads. 18 Bill Bowling, Most Handsome, escorts stunned and What 92 you going to do with the shocked Brenda Roell voted Most Beautiful. program Walter? V., xg, f ""NIau.,,, Hugs, kisses, smiles, and tears mingled after the pageant. Feature Pageant Shamrocks Highlight Theme Taking advantage of a national holiday, the Resume staff used St. Patrick's Day to set the scene of the l964 Feature Pageant. Karl Stauss emceed the event which was held in the auditorium. The stage was adorned with huge replicas of the traditional shamrocks, pots of gold and leprechauns. Outstanding students selected by popular vote were given the "Most" awards and class favorites were recognized. One of the Feature Pageant's stars was Bob Lemmons, Murrah's own Leprechaun. Miss Gilfoy gets into the act by congratulating her sister when Melinda is named Most Versatile. Walter Berman Clinton Alexander Mr. and Miss Murrah High School Rita Cabaniss Ralph Vance Mr. and Miss Senior Class Most Beautiful Most Handsome Brenda Roell Bill Bowling Beauties Sherry Enochs Linda Morris Ann Moy Gwen McChca ren Most Athletic Friendliest TOMMY MOORE VIRGINIA ANNE JONES WILLIAM WRIGHT GEBBY BURLESON Most Intellectual DAVID MANN MARTHA CALDWELL Most Versatile BILL DOLLARHIDE MELINDA GILFOY if if f fir., , jk K -,IA ,, ,, , Y . 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"Yeah, man, cuckoo," chants Ella Peterson iGebby Burlesonl, beatnik Blake Barton iWilliam Wrightj, a would-be actor. s, xx' Susan McClintock, Suzan Brown, and Vicky Hendershot rehearse varied facial expressions giving advice to mx A-,I :iS Fifi T 30 Musical Comedy Plays to Sell-out Crowds Highlighted by snappy dance routines, "The Mu Cha-cha" and "The Midas Touch" and such memo- rable show tunes as "The Party's Over" and "Just in Time," the spring musical recalled the songs and lyrics of the Broadway production, "Bells Are Ringing." The story revolved around Ella Peterson, a meddlesome but lovable switchboard operator in a telephone answering service. Using her iob to advantage, Ella managed to crack a bookie operation, aid a struggling actor and find her dream-man. Without the efforts of the stage, scenic design, and light crews, and the use of a turntable, the production could not have been presented. , ,.,. ,,.. .,,,,,. I 4, 'l could swear it's a girl!" exclaims Jeffrey Moss iMichael Rich6Yl, as a startled Ella Peterson attempts to sneak past the drowsy playwright. i 1 I r k 3 E Q 1 Z 1 Class Day Honors Murrah's 413 Seniors Anne Smith, DAR American History Medal Squeezed, cramped, hot, stuffy. . .but happy, the Senior Class assembled on stage to receive its honors. The day was filled with black four-in-hand ties, white heels, skiing and picnics. Sunburned and sore, most of the seniors settled down to an exam cram session. Class Day belongs to seniors so that they can reflect on the past, plan the future, and feel proud th' ' f 1964. Karen Cunningham, Baush and Lomb on ls occaslon O Science Award Roy Maxwell, Mississippi So- ciety of Professional Engineers, Mathematics Award, National Merit Scholarship - if f,', Q D' .lack Pratt, National f ,- Honor Society Award, h 'A Q ,I National Merit Schol- ' 'A 'ii . hi C t'f' t d9l'V9f5 'he CIGSS DOY Address cfs lp er' ICG e Julie Seibels, American Association of Teachers of French Award. .V afggegna-7' ---' a sv'-W , 1' A if . i. , , i, 1 ,-2 , .9 Senior Class President Ralph Vance Seated: Martha Caldwell, David Mann, Walter Berman. Standing: Tommy Moore, Ralph Vance, Julie Hendrick, Andrea Godwin, Bill O'Mara, Roy Maxwell, Lucy Cavett, Curry McMurry. va' W .. if j ,vl- rvs y ,kwa l. , li cf.- O Student Body President, Walter Berman, relinquishes gavel to Brad Farber. Walter Berman, Joe Wise, and Alan Moore listen attentively while Bill Dollarhide leads senior members of Murrah Singers in "Halls of Ivy." .F- 1 is 9' i f r ,e,, ' f i: Lf W Junior Johnny Guyton smiles after receiving an award for achievements in third year French. All the awards are out. A weekend of fun is ahead, and next week exams start. This is Class Day 1964. xl 9 w Q , 4 ff' A. Bill Wallace and Martha Caldwell, Thom McAn Leadership Awards, lrlyn Cruthirds and Karl Stauss, Rebecca Cravat DAR Citizenship Awards. qi 33 Before Julie Hendrick takes her place in the processional line, she carefully adiusts her spray of carnations. Dr. W. J. Cunningham, Mr. James E. Merritt, and Mr. W. G. Mize march to their respective places on the platform. As Bach's "Sarabunde" is played on the organ, the seniors ofl964 begin the processional march to their seats. Reverent seniors bow their heads as Dr. W. J. Cunningham, Pastor of Galloway Memorial Methodist Church, gives the invocation. Ralph Vance delivers the graduating address while 385 other seniors nervously await their diplomas-culmination of 12 year's work. 34 - it if Senior Class President Ralph Vance gazes into the distance, silently repeating over and over the graduating address. Graduation Culminates Twelve Years' Work Three hundred eighty-seven seniors received their diplomas from the Jackson Public School System May fourth at Newell Field. Culminating hours of practice in the hot sun, the ceremony was impressive with each per- son marching in wearing the traditional cap and gown and the girls carrying large sprays of a dozen red carna- tions. When the seniors had marched on to the field, Dr. W. J. Cunningham gave the opening prayer. Ralph Mr. C. L. Walker checks Bill Fleming, Janice Doolittle, and Bruce Gray to see if they are in correct order. Vance, Senior Class President, delivered his address. ln his speech Ralph said, "Only nine short months ago and here we stand-the seniors of '64. We hope that we have 'Acted well our parts, for there all the honor lies.' But now our production is over, and we, the graduating class of I964, must turn out the stage lights of Murrah High School, and appear on another stage, in another role, as we progress with the next act of our lives." Principal James E. Merritt presented the 1964 gradu- ating class to receive their diplomas. As each senior's name was called, he marched in front ofthe speaker's stand to receive his diploma from Mr. W. G. Mize, School Board member. iff? 'Chinn-nunpng-.- l l Walter Berman Hoofbeat Editor Andrea Godwin has served as Presi- dent of the Murrah Safety Council and the Mississippi Youth Safety Council, secretary of the National Honor Society, iunior editor of the Resume, and president of Murrah's Quill and Scroll chapter. Taking part in many school activities, Andrea has been a member of Mu Alpha Theta and the Thespian Society, an office worker, and the DAR Good Citizenship Girl. On Class Day Andrea received three honor letters and the Sigma Delta Chi Journalism Award. Athlete Tommy Moore became vice-president of the sophomore class and was elected Mr. Sophomore Class at the Resume Feature Pageant. Serving on the Student Council, Tommy became vice-president of the iunior class as well as being crowned Mr. Junior Class. During his senior year, Tommy, who had lettered in basketball and track for three years and football for two years, was elected treasurer of the Student Council and was voted Most Athletic. Tommy Moore C Student Body President, Walter Berman, has truly earned his place in the Hall of Fame. Walter has served as Junior Class President, parliamentarian of Mu Alpha Theta, member of the Tri-City Council, and chairman for the Teens Against Polio Drive, Mr. Murrah High, a dele- gate to both the Mississippi and Southern Association of Student Councils, received his second honor letter on Class Day. Versatile Senior, Bill O'Mara, has been president of the Sophomore Class, reporter and secretary of the Stu- dent Council during his iunior and senior years respec- tively. Bill, who has been a member of the football squad for three years, was elected co-captain this year. He was a member of the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, the Resume staff, and the Thespian Society. , s ,A V9 Andrea Godwin Bill O'Mara """'vv-vw-1.-fs. W -- ,, fef.f..fw-""""' 1 1964 Hall Cf Fame Presents Eight Cutstanding Seniors Miss Murrah High, Clinton Alexander, was the only sophomore to get a Murrah "M" during Awards Day in 1962. While at Murrah, Clinton participated in every theatrical production from Our Town to Bells Are Ring- ing. Clinton has worked in the supply store and on Teens Against Polio. The head cheerleader was elected a sen- ior maid in the homecoming court this year. Bill Dollarhide has been in the midst of all school activities. Bill has been student conductor of the band for three years, conductor of the Singers for two years, and a member of the Travelers. As President of the Thespian Society, he has participated in the Music Man and Bells Are Ringing. This year Bill was voted "Most Versatile." Student Body Vice-president, Joe Wise, has been a member of Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society, Thespian Society, and the Murrah Singers. This versatile senior has served his school as business manager ofthe Pleiades and co-chairman of the Sophomore Orientation Program. Joe was elected president of the Episcopal Young Churchmen for the State of Mississippi. Senior Class President Ralph Vance has contributed his time to many Murrah activities. Ralph has been a member of the Red Cross Council, the Student Council, Mu Alpha Theta, and the Thespian Society. Ralph has been city chairman of the Teens Against Polio campaign, a Sophomore Orientation Leader, and a delegate to the Tri-City Council. On Class Day, Ralph received his second Murrah "M" and the American Legion Citizenship Award. Clinton Alexander Bill Dollarhide Joe Wise Ralph Vance V MEM ww-L Qfhf'4.l5, Vi ADMINISTRATION Carrying out his duties as "Head Janitor," Mr, Pleasant takes one of his many daily strolls down the hallowed halls of Murry on the hill. With the duties ofthe principal snowballing be- cause of increased enrollment, Mr. Bill Pleasant was chosen to fill the new office of assistant principal. ln addition to assisting the principal in executing the policies set by the school board, "Mr, P." is primarily responsible for attendance, administra- tion, maintenance, supplies, and so many other duties that no one knows exactly how we managed to get along without him. Assistant Principal Coordinates School Activities V17 i YH 'CDP' W. Calming the nerves of distraught mothers is iust one of the many jobs Mr. Pleasant is called upon to do as disciplinarian. "Are you sure you weren't playing hooky, Jon? Never mind, let me check my records again," says Murrah's attendance clerk, Miss Grace Myers. y ,.- Q-w if -gl JI-ii,-2 if. Always willing to help a student, Mr. Merritt looks up from his desk covered with letters, notations, and bulletins and pamphlets on the latest educational developments. uf is "The Y-Teens sold potato chips, the Hi-Y's sold peanut brittle while the band peddled magazine subscriptions and the Singers sold license tags. How come we're still in the red?" wonders Mrs. Audrey Sims. "May we have your attention, please, forthe morning announcements?" is the students' most frequent contact with their principal, Mr. James Merritt. They all realize that behind every five minutes of announcements are many hours of work organizing the entire school's schedule and provid- ing the necessary coordinating leadership. Never too busy to help individual students with problems, Mr. Merritt steers Murrah with the responsive hand of an experienced helmsman Principal Unifies Murrah, Directs Activities f-eq. Every morning at 'l0:l5 and every afternoon at 3:lO Mr. Merritt flicks a switch and begins announcements about club pictures, student council meet- ings, track meets, play practice and a Monday faculty meeting. 41 i gun 's is V: l fi X. , . 25 L "No, that noise you hear is not hammering from the shop, Dr. Walker. day. "You see, l'm giving my first lecture on Chaucer's Julius Caesar, I lt's just my knees knocking," confesses a practice teacher on her first mean Shakespeare's Canterbury Tales. Oh, dear!" Determines Policies, Forms Basic Plans To provide students of the Jackson school district with the best educational opportunities possible within the available resources, the five members of the Jackson School Board devote many hours to evaluating textbooks, planning the curricula, visiting the schools, and serving as a general supervisory board for all the schools. , Qprrun- 'IPAL SEPARATE zict li' in "Do you mean to say, Mr. Berryhill, that a chemistry teacher at Murroh doesn't know the meaning of AUH2O?" questions O board member during his Visit at Murroh' Jackson School Board members C. H. King, Lamar Noble, Dr. Kirby Walker, W. G. Mize, Lester Alvis, and J. W. Underwood begin their annual visit to Murrah. 42 MRS. IRENE BRELAND MISS PAULINE CARTER MRS. ALVA JO CURRAN THOMAS R. HUNT x..f-7 ' 5 Q7 -7 ,f P, ' Y IW ,na v lun 4 an 'fa fin-lyfaiaz, WW :Jia 21 In order to give the best counsel and advice to students, Mrs. Curran and Mr. Hunt frequently check the files to note the progress of a student. This is Mrs. Evelyn Oswalt. Color her busy Counselors Guide Students to College, Careers With a baffling array of tests-NMSQT, PSAT, SAT, ACT - confronting them, Murrah students need some ex- perienced person to whom they can turn for help. And Mur- rah meets their need with four counselors ready to explain the mystery of achievement tests, college entrance examin- ations, and even daily school problems. The counselors also help students choose courses of study and determine the colleges they should attend. English MISS MEDA CRAWFORD - A Mas. SANDRA ouEss - lf, I - ,te MRS. MILDRED HUST fl I MRS. CYNTHIA JOHNSTON MISS FRANCES KILPATRICK ' MRS. BETTY MOODY Stresses Importance of Composition, Grammar MISS BLANCHE MUSSELWHITE MRS. MARTHA PARVIN MRS. AVIS RUSSELL MRS. SHERRON SHUFFIELD MISS MARTHA TROTTER From their initial introduction to the fundamentals of grammar to their final analysis of English literature, stu- dents are trained to think, to organize and express their thoughts. Murrah's English department also emphasizes creativity while instilling in students an appreciation for their literary heritage. In addition to the study of liter- ature, application of the basic skills of English is stressed to develop assurance in reading, writing, and speaking. L rn I is DeAnn, Jan and Joan try their acting ability as they portray characters from Canterbury Tales, the Miller, Wte of Bath, and the Prioress. i --ff'--f ---'-1-:ff----------A... ,,,T?:' Nhxijbvw TMC - ff I Ee LRAPHIC CHART 0? ENCUSH U1 4 1 .-'-. 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Presenting numerous speeches, both impromptu and prepared, helps to develop poise before groups. Students are given an opportunity to participate in speech contests such as the Voice of De- mocracy Contest, and also in the Missis- sippi Youth Congress. During this annual Youth Congress, held at the New Capitol and sponsored by the Mississippi Speech Association, student delegates can experi- ment with legislative proceedings, while practicing the basic fundamentals of par- liamentary procedure. MISS EMMY LOU PATTON MISS JO RUSSELL Speech Produces Poise, Effective Vocal Expression "Oh, I'm so glad you've come back to see us!" reioices Toni Tucker as distinguished Frances Hooker returns to her alma mater in a stage reading presentation of Miss Russell's first period. 45 I -il .MN- ,,,...a Using a compass designed for board work, Tommy Thompson demonstrates how to do a basic construction in plane geometry. Mathematics Improves Orderly Thought Processes Plunging into seemingly endless the- orems, constructions, equations, graphs, sines, cosecants, spheres, and frustums, the math student at Murrah learns to reason logically and to work accurately. A real part of every student's memories is strug- gling to divide an angle proportionally, finding a fifth root by logarithms and proving spherical triangles to be polar. For the student with an exceptional interest in mathematics, a non-credit, early morning math class is offered. IVA Q r Ns . 'Je I4 ,f G .i 'l .. it I I MRS. MARGUERITE CALDWELL MRS. LOUISE CULVER MRS. VIRGINIA DENTON On annual polyhedron day Miss Spann hangs all the tetrahedrons, hexa- hedrons, octahedrons and icosahedrons made by her pupils. Q fi "You know, this is a beautiful thing, but I wish I could under- stand it," comments Bill Harper. Earl Fyke seems equally confused about the conic sections. MRS. SELMA RIDGWAY CARY W. ROBERTS MISS WILLIE SPANN MISS MARY BELLE SPIVEY 46 MRS. MARY MCALLISTER R. W. McCARLEY JACK CARLISLE ROBERT W. GILCHRIST CURTIS HALL MRS. MARTHA LEMMONS ROBERT OAKES MRS. SUSANNA ORR Social Studies Analyzes Heritage, Good Citizenship MISS HAZEL RUFF MISS JUDITH THOMPSON C. L. WALKER Mysteries of the Egyptian pyramids, horrors of the French Revolution, pa- triotism of 1776, miseries of the depres- sion, principles of the check and bal- ance system, law of supply and demand -all these are explored by the social studies student at Murrah. "No, I don't know how they mowed their grass back then," says Mrs. Orr, wondering what could have gone wrong in her lecture l-earning d9m0C"0CY flV5l'h0"'df Melmdv on Q,-,fe bellum homes. Jack, and Alan work during an election g 1 4 3 " R -he ix - ' , gk 2 V , , 5 'I' x l if ' 5 I A L: 2 Af! W ,C A xx -',,,,,, Q 'Wy '2,L,ff ' f f, rg A , ,f, I ,ia A: , 47 ,., g,Ly,,, Language ,.. Teaches Social Customs of Other Countries fr V. JIM BARFIELD MISS ISABEL JOHNSTON MRS. HANNE JONES JAMES MARTIN MRS. JEAN SMITH I ,if f S? Q. ' I L4 "Charlie, that surely doesn't sound like what I said to repeat!" warns Mr. Martin. Despite the fun students have in the new language lab, they strive seriously to become more fluent in the language which they are studying. ,Z Q ' ,f4' ' ' U D --S, X fillings sbb' Qt ,WS ,9 1" f -E, 5 TJ NIC-I 4' N . ' 0 v ATI , Q 31 C' NUT Q? '96 .fit-7i'ffjJ:1l .iv Using Caesar as a guide, Glenn Helman and Carol Augustus discover posi- tions of Gallic tribes on the European map. Miss MARIE-Rose J tizoN MRS. .IANIS WEEMS Starting with the first line of Latin, "Britannia est insula," going through the mysteries of Caesar to Virgil's Aeneid, students can get an excellent background of other languages as well as their own. For students who desire to begin con- versational languages or to put their Latin background to use, three years of both French and Spanish are offered. With a new language lab at Murrah, students receive aid in relating the sound of a word to its written appearance, which is often quite different. Not to be outdone, the Latin department has something new, too-a gala Roman banquet. 48 . I I x I DAVID BERRYHILL MRS. NANCY MRS. RUTH DAVIS COWSERT Science Reveals Concepts, Invites Inquiry From dissecting a frog, through regulating the flow of electricty, to controlling the production of hydrogen sulfide, from biology to physics to chemistry, the Murrah science department introduces inquisitive students to the scientific world of today. To serve the students better, the science program continues to improve: re- modeling the biology lab, adding a new approach in the physics course, and using an entirely new chemistry laboratory. gig, A-1 992' V f I it ...V i f I ' 1 Joy Porter and Gene Manasco diligently observe Mr. Jabour as he f- demonstrates how to empty a coke bottle with an aspirator. FRED JABOUR DELTON LYON , w -.xg gigs. pf' ,A ,Q A A ...H 4 "' ,M ,,.,, V, ,,,,W,,.W,Ws,.,,,,.,, Amid the odors of rotten eggs, chemically known as hydrogen sulfide, Joe Wise and Doug Wright follow the workbook closely as they examine strips of litmus paper to be sure they have produced hydrosulfuric acid. I 49 Home Economics Strengthens Domestic Skills Instructing girls in the basics of making a good home and giving girls the opportunity to if learn the poise and self-confidence needed for a career are the goals ofthe homemaking de- partment. These purposes are carried our by studies of interior decoration, home manage ment, family living, meal preparation, clothing design, and good grooming. t MRS. MAIDA STARLING Learning to make clothes that look good and fit well, Ann Craft and Carol Culver finish their proietts. Besides becoming adept seamstresses, they have also become good cooks. TYPUW9 Develops Personal, Secretarial Typing From the first days of learning home row keys to the perfecting of manuscript and letter typing skills, students work hard to develop speed and accuracy. Once in a while, when daily typing becomes tire- some, the teachers give students a break by letting them type to music or make art typing pictures. MISS LUCRETIA BISHOP MRS. JUANITA MESSER "Do you capitalize art'?" wonders Carolyn as Bette and Kathy strive for perfect copies. 50 - s Driver Education Emphasizes Defensive Driving, Good Sportsmanship HOYT BUSH If the young people on America's high- ways are to survive, they must be skillful drivers. Driver education classes try to in- .. E still the laws of safe driving by using text- , 231-OE? books, classroom lectures and films. wi1lmxrlwai'li squari' ff ul' IT ,E Art Inspires Creative Spirit l "x.. "No, touch the '6' next," says Woody as Adrianne tests her reflexes to determine her fitness for driving a car on today's busy highways. Emphasizing art appreciation as well as drawing, the Murrah art department does not strive to make artists of all students but rather strengthens the pow- ers of observation and encourages art as the expression of ideas. Using water color, tempera, and crayons, students learn form, color, and design. "That paint will never come off your fingernail. Put red polish over it and you'll never know the differ- ence," remarks Anne McDonnell knowingly to Peggy Newell. MRS' ANN ALEXANDER MRS' GWYN QUALLS -...,,5N -Q an H , ,pg 51 lxr .,.. ' s , ' ,ff"""V'i , . , ' 5 Z . 'M ""' W J 4, ' . "" if f ,f'., ' f fi .WJ - ,js ka Drawing layouts on the board helps a iournalism student visualize newspaper and magazine pages. ln addition, the students learn the fundamentals of writing human interest stories and informative news articles, Industrial Arts Acquaints Students with Construction Skills Journalism Builds Alert, Reporters M. B. HUNTER Discussing world events and studying periodi- cals to learn different writing techniques make Murrah's iournalism students alert and thoughtful about their world. Through practice in writing, students learn to organize their thoughts and give accurate accounts of news. Studying materials, tools, processes, and pro- ducts of industry, the industrial arts student at Mur- rah learns to coordinate the work of his hands with the work of his mind as he designs and constructs useful proiects. Through mechanical drawing, the stu- dent develops skill in drafting and appreciation for accuracy and neatnessp through industrial arts, the student develops skill in the use of common tools and machines, knowledge of procedures and methods of construction, and familiarity with widely used materials. C. L. BOYTE JAMES SPRINGER "Your finger-look out-what are you doing?" worries Bill Lane as he at the band saw, Jimmy Carr stares in mild consternation at the straight watches Jimmy Pinnix operate the power saw. While working industriously line Billy Skelton has iust accidentally turned into a curve. ji. - Q . ., SQ E 4 ff- . .. . ,, -R I www -ttrt . Now remember, people, everyone starts on the first beat, repeats Mr. Dollar- , 'ffrff' 251, I . . . , . A,-'rkf,fZ 5,7 I - : .V 'j hide to his sixth period choral music class. , 1 ,Yi Music Combines Individual Talents "Now are we on the first beat or the fourth?" wonders Wayne Robertson. "Oh well, I'll iust wait until everyone else comes in and hope they're right, or better still-quit." Familiar to music students: clapping out a difficult rhythm, repeating a piece to iron out rough spots, learn- ing to count and name notes, cleaning a musical instru- ment. All three departments, string, choral, and instru- mental, teach students not only to present interesting con- certs, but also to appreciate good music. 2 49, - is f , gs MR. ROGER DOLLARH IDE MISS KAREN GILFOY MRS. CLAIRE RHODES ,VF- S , Q 4, Composed of 24 members, the string ensemble rehearses every sixth period under Mrs. Mason. 53 I H Q , 'X N? 4: , 5' we-. we Libra ry Holds Profitable Information Murrah's library, through the careful selection of 9500 books and 88 periodicals, helps every student who explores the library shelves. Whether a student is frantically trying to finish a term paper, perusing the Reader's Guide for a specific article, or simply reading for enioy- ment, he is able to find something to meet his needs. The librarian tries not only to add more useful books to the library stock, but also, aided by student assistants, to squeeze the maximum use out of the available resources. W MRS. ROBBIE BERRY MRS. LORRAINE THOMPSON , i I "Give me five seconds to hide before you rush for these resenve books!" Mrs. Berry tells an English class. I I Cafeteria I Nourishes Hungry Murrahites Providing students with revitalizing meals ata low cost, the Murrah cafeteria also gives them a chance to relax with their friends. Changes this X year include new management and, donated by our PTA, new ceiling fans. Rapid service of about 5, ten students a minute speeds the tremendous task up of nourishing 1550 students. Vt 'I "Well, I guess at two cents daily on an overdue book, you owe a dollar-eighty cents,' says library assistant Renee Dunn. Rob Warren seems to be taking it calmly. "Would they notice if I put strawberries in the cherry pie." MRS. EDNA cRENsHAw 54 .- . xii' - wa n x 'W r. "We're going to play prison ball today, girls," begins Mrs. Henderson. "It's to hit the other team with a ball. If you get hit you go to prison and don't loads of fun and really very easy. Two teams face each other and each tries get out until you hit someone else. What, you don't understand?" 4 , -H2 M WCW! " 99-4 -V ,, ft.-vt s wf , s . . , f im!-XN r' :Yi M5581 - I ff' - Y 5' f' few- V . .i"'Qf.:f1-fe' -fb-ff?" 'iiafjz ,Mfg - urn: V --3'?'f-'- ,N , .,Q,5, 1,,,.+? 45'-' f ... N 1. 3- -f.'-?f:5QsJ3' .s e fs, '19,-:,,-f -as 'ef 1 4' he 1 e Q' . gw vlx V.,. ',g ,K At" .': f f itfffzv ' 74. . 's y -. .V,L if , - j 'g ' A ' V . f.,,Nf ' -f 4 V . i . ...- , , . lv ' it V' Q,.3"tf-T , J: ,'sit ta f "inf 5 , f ,k.. , ff ,df , . 1. ' L...wmf..tu,L-, "This had better be a good ball! One more strike and l'm out." thinks Spencer Jenkins. On warm days the gym classes take over the football practice field and turn it into softball diamonds. Physical Education Develops Co-ordination and Prowess Aiming at physical fitness, girls exercise for several minutes a day before playing volleyball, basketball, or baseball. Boys are given free rein to play baseball, basketball, soccer, tennis, or practice gymnastics and isometrics. MRS. EVELYN MRS. NESSIE BENNETT HENDERSON KERMIT DAVIS "Up, up, up! Come on, boys!" urges Coach Tom Rogers to the straining boys. 55 f 1 I 1' 'Z Y 1 'L 5118 M. , K. , n M f xgv--.w.,r In ' -L. 'V -5,-.sx .V .f S-.g,,. . .3'?,ff'29QA,,:'-+ In ,N Juv, gg' afi--'W '-' 'J-' ' - ' ' qi' 'Y 1 TF ' n, :M X. HJ!-K, -31, 1 ,U .'1 .jf gp, LS' i ,1,v. .14"'5 "YH " ' A . V - ". 112: P'- Tffa -9- ,fm - .' fry- ,"f L w - 4 f-'a'f::'Lf1b- A ' if R N.1'Q-- , i ' nb' -., Eaixsigim LA Q f 3 it Q' V. 'J fN,'5l?2f' ,' ' Y 9""3"?7'4-ff' f A '- " , Vrwxm, . . 9 . L , mu Y . 2' W -4-'I-si' 'R x E W- X 'Z if-A ' ""f"""4', 1f'1',,154.'f"f: 1 ,y .7 4 Q- 'Lg-4 4-Y. -' .11 if-:rf ,yi 'Q' ff , ..4-.A"A: , 'fj .,,f,G-i. .ff ,g '.'-Sf ".':Q:'.'7"7?i 'fl' f ff 141 Vg. Q ggi .- " QR' w I ' 'f , F nw- . lf, ,fr- 1' " 5 4 4 vY".'.-- f, , . I' 1 1 ', ' i '. +1..'1'-J' 'Vw lffii, E ' 4 .ilfrffltf 'A 0' M :uni nk,-, 3 . , 5, :V - ' - . 41' , ' . 1. ' ,I f ' ' ' , 52- 'Q f A - , if., - x 4? . A .L U Y - fl? 5 , ,. K ,- Q., A 1-. T.,- J fir '1 fi ' A Y' E-5 fi' 14:24 vrfjyl Q, 3 'ff ,Qfv.414 ,gh - ,fglu v f ' -' 7. -f '. 1-'iv ' ' f '. ' .. W, . K 4 4 f -'fi'F5,n,?:, Fr ,1 av., ,,". -4, 1-,J 1 '- if 1' A.4,, WW, L 4 Q' my XY :':, Nfl Alf? . .-HND W . .. . g'?5H,5-s'??wi',a5,':g'?A .-,. Ef'EZ7'1..'ff1v. ' 2 C7 TR'iN:54"'5wgia?l.-1.,f IIT:-I qv' go ip pc, u ,n y P on ga 0 ACT IV IT IES -M1259 - ' 321555, : ,, ffl? ' J 'DUMB f 5-im!! 7 1301! QS' JM 511' 5:1 -1 twig, - Q M C-24 gm- life t fp K.-132 - ff-islhogx A 192' 1' 51,3 gagg I P 'll tv 17' v 1 .im yi I ag: K lv' 'U 1 l 0 ' u-. Al ...nu-. nv- "-:--: .-, Discussing plans for the student body election day are Alan Moore, Miss Carter, Mike Coker, Walter Berman, Lem Smith, Charles Northern and Sandro Melton, mem- bers of the Citizenship and Courtesy Committee. Student council members from Jackson's three high schools, Central, Murrah, and Provine, enjoyed a delicious dinner at the Tri-City Student Council Banquet held at Murrah this year. ' H i wx- -- K X JJ Q ' x R , Jaw X ' N X M f 1, tfl, I v f. ,f ,f , "ffl Q , ' - ww J M ' "tt A i . . or i tt4f'93c'gt" :fix -41 ' g ,- 5 ' - wel f Although most members are ottentive to Walter Berman's proposal at the weekly meeting, Tommy Moore and Ralph Vance seem to be amused that he forgot to turn on the microphone. 58 ff' TRP-X Student Council Sponsors Numerous Activities 'Q For Enthusiastic Murrahites scliic it W-.. Composed of presidents from each homeroom, the student council represents Murrah in many fields. Serving as President of the Mississippi Association of Student Councils, President Walter Berman along with Brad Farber, attended a con- vention in Columbia in order to obtain new ideas on school government. With the help of the stu- dent body, the council-sponsored Teens Against Polio Drive netted more money than the other schools combined. Stressing leadership and achievement, the council administers the point system and awards letters and honor keys. 'wfiwiw 412 V Q Afvjyeg X 1, K "Now wait iust a minute! I had three rolls, four biscuits, and two pieces of lemon meringue pie on this plate a minute ago, and now it's all gone. OK, William, where 5 ,.wf'A ' is it?" questions Tommy Dorsey at the Tri-City Student Council Banquet. ' ,,,,,, , i "Look here, Walter, if we have to go 26 miles out of the way to see my Cousin Phoebe, we'll do it! Now about that student council convention in Columbia. . ." ' ?f?zI2'iX -1- th 2-11,6 H ,Rl Raft , 4 Af, ti i' fill? "" "Now, children, let's all remember not to put our fingers in the whirling motor," warns Mr. Springer while pointing out some of the dangerous spots under the hood to members of Murrah's Safety Council. Safety Council Emphasizes the Use of Caution To Prevent Countless Accidents "Safety is essential. Life can be snuffed out in one swift moment on the highway." These are some of the important words that Murrah's Safety Council advocates. Composed of a representative from each homeroom, the council stim- ulates courteous, cautious driving. While under the direction of Mr. James Springer, the Safety Council leads an especi- ally effective program during Safety Week. lil Hi 2 l 1 1 1 . l i "Sliding down banisters is prohibited at Murrah!" Mr. Springer points out to several Safety Council members how to avoid accidents on the stairs. Members listen anxiously as Andrea Godwin, president of the Safety Council, briefs them on the upcoming Safety Council Convention in Atlanta. A I . 4 Jr A? W Performing at Christmas, the Red Cross Council's own Hootenany group sang at the Veterans Hospital. Red Cross Council Extends Assistance To Needy Throughout City Shipping gift boxes to children overseas, fill- ing baskets of groceries at Thanksgiving for needy Jackson families, sponsoring a clinic in First Aid at Battlefield Park, and presenting a Christmas choral program at the Veterans' Administration Hospital-these are the activi- ties of the Murrah Red Cross Council. The Council's actual work is not completed at the end of each school year, but continues through the summer as members participate in the Red Cross swimming program. Red Cross Council members Susan Stewart, David Dean, Bert Scott, Rebecca Jackson, Charlton Jones, Cindy Brunson, and Sandra Richmond add the neces- sary finishing touches to the Christmas gift boxes. Containing everything from towels and baseballs to a bicycle pump and yo-yos, the overseas chest is being filled by Red Cross members Robin Fulcher, Ben Whitfield, Jane Cleland, Hinky Hall, and Pat Thompson. 1907 x K 'T r Q Y ,,,., mr'-rf 7 ,Dt . . .re Q 2 At the Mu Alpha Theta Banquet in November members and mathematics teachers enioyed a delightful meal and an inter- esting speaker at the Robert E. Lee Hotel. Facing the problem of becoming too large to "Who would have thought of using Hero's formula?" wonders Johnny Guyton, winner in the math contest, as Mrs. Caldwell shows the solutions to him and runner-up Jack Pratt. Mu Alpha Theta Encourages Interest in Math fulfill its purpose of promoting mathematics, Mur- rah's Chapter of Mu Alpha Theta revised its consti- tution and adopted more rigid membership require- ments. With its annual initiation banquet, MAS brought its total membership to 212. Forty of these are sophomores who started a new mathematics curriculum by enrolling in Algebra l in the eighth grade. Receiving a certificate of merit for last year's scores, MAG again sponsored the national Fifteenth Annual Mathematics Contest. Taking time out from the banquet to pose for a picture are Mu Alpha Theta officers Alan Moore, vice-president, Mrs. Caldwell, sponsor, Curry McMurry, president, Dea Duckworth, Roy Maxwell, Joe Wise, Glenn Mouton, Jack Pratt, secretary, Walter Berman, and Karl Stauss. IAS wr i x we JMMQQQM "Can't we have someone more controversial than your fourth grade den mother?" Jack Pratt, Oliver Hord, and Glenn Mou- ton, members of the National Honor Society's Program Com- mittee, suggest guest speakers to Alan Moore, Society Vice- President. Honor Society Speakers Challenge Members With scholarship, service, leadership, and character as guideposts for membership, National Honor Society initiated 76 Juniors to make a total membership of 139. One of the first projects started was a tutoring service conducted by members of the Society. The organization's programs included speeches from political party leaders, the president of the Jackson Chamber of Commerce, and at the initia- tion banquet, former Governor Ross Barnett speak- ing on politics in Mississippi. "Billy, watch Mrs. Barnett. lf she picks it up with her fingers, we will too," confides Peggy Tomlin to Billy Skelton at the NHS Banquet. ,ww 'wvvr-'- National Honor Society opens on a cheerful note as Treasurer Jan Singleton, Secretary Andrea Godwin, and President Karl Stauss take charge ofthe business meeting. we - ffl- ,Vw-4 T ylyll y 1,, K ,' "'!0?'Z'fff 63 .N Y 'T "Well, uh, let's see. Why not say, . ,how did the photographer take this thing anyway?" queries Karl Stauss as he tries to help Jane Wilson and Jan Singleton write a cutline. "Look here, Susan, if I told you to put a 52 character cutline where a 38 character one should be, then you do it without any questions!" ex- plains Martha Caldwell to Susan Selman as Organizations Editor David Adcock, knowing he should be doing some copy, stares at typewriter. -.-. B B glgig wig MMWW A5 Resume' Staff Features Summer Edition Of a New, Larger Annual The creative group of students, working to produce a yearbook that appealed to all, spent every spare minute, and even some that couldn't be spared, in the composition of the T964 "Resume." After attending the National Scholastic Press Conference in Chicago, staff members were eager to put their fresh ideas to work with the help of the new "Resume" sponsors, Miss Martha Trotter and Mr. R. W. McCarley. " Is everybody working?" was the ever-pres- ent cry of Miss Trotter as she entered the tiny hideaway at the end of the hall. Surrounded by Coke bottles and candy wrappers, staff members spent many endless nights in trying to complete those last few pages due the next morning. Even though the work was hard, there was always the satisfaction when the yearbook came out. Another year had been completed in the life of the "Resume." Not pictured: Lucy Conner, Carol Culver, Gail Hederman, Becky Hendrick, Julie Hend- rick, Linda Hines, Sue Howard, Jennifer Jen- kins, Cecelia Jones, Elizabeth Jones, Betsy Martin, Roy Maxwell, Melinda McKinnon, Tommy Moore, Bill O'Mara, Margaret Owens, Bill Sims, Marie Stauss. After working endless hours in the dark, dark darkroom, Mr. McCarley finds it necessary to slip on someone's glasses in order to help lrlyn Cruthirds and Janice Frank, editors, plan an attractive layout for Homecoming. 3 1 X? "Oh, what l'd give for nine hours of sleep! Sleep without cutlines and head- lines running through my head," dreamed Ann Tillman, Senior Class Editor and Karen Cunningham one afternoon while .lack Pratt worked hurriedly on some copy due the next day, the deadline forthe Senior Class Section. 'S' uf' . "' M, fr, ,. xv "Q,,4v-, ,Q ,f- wwe-.kk g, "Look, uh, John, all of these pictures are real good, but you've iust got to learn to keep your fingers off the lens," explains Miss Trotter as photographer John Underwood examines the black marks on his prints. f "Becky, will you please quit painting my arm? That's the third time l've told you. lt's just that I have to pass the collection plate tomorrow in Sunday School," states Bill Sims while he tries to paint the Fea- ture Pageant scenery, which had to be completed before the next day. ,HQ 65 ff r I' 'fix 4: 'ia ! u nv X Ns My! Y' it x, i we 0 t . I "One, two,three, four. , ,now wait a minute. Did that stack have 200 or 150 in it? Phyllis, will you quit pestering me so I can concentrate on my work? "I can't seem to find which one goes in which square," explains Melinda McKinnon to Suzanne St. Clair as she and Dana Wilson assist the publisher. Y' , Egg, .s , 1 4 v .5 150. J .45 if ii A f.. K t Gifs v 1lx....- ,K . 'pci , 5 V . mo" .1-6 rv wt Sfltglf' X fel' 7' L X Hoofbeat Staff Receives Pacemaker Award For Cutstanding Journalism Twelve consecutive semesters of All-American ratings, the honored Pacemaker Award recog- nizing the "Hoofbeat" as one of the top five high school newspapers in the nation-particu- larly because of pioneering in color photography: these are a few honors accorded to the "Hoof- beat," sponsored by M. B. Hunter. Confusion reigns supreme as the staff races to make a dead- line on another All-American paper. -Tiiiba or in? if This 5 + Y Questo: Q K gsm.. nf rl l.-2 the c0125 nf mx!-L55 nitms Mflu al Hr Ill'-'W of mfuoj I fiefled, and f?5'l"'5' ff: 5 I Y +-me-'T E1 Li? wsasse '?VE'?-'TQ Z.-44. M.. ,, Mew, , "Andrea, please let me put that picture ofthe student council upside down. They deserve it for not giving us those Chicago points!" solicits Mr. Hunter as Andrea and staff plan a page for the paper. "Now let's put this boy's picture on the back. Never did like him." One of the happiest moments for the entire Hoofbeat staff was the pre- sentation ot the Pacemaker Award at the NSPA Convention in Chicago. Here editor Andrea Godwin accepts the plaque with pride. .., N., ' 'Zi 74 AV JJ Andrea Godwin, president of Murrah's Chapter of Quill and Scroll, uses the national magazine to show some enthralled members a new technique being used for effective layouts in high school newspapers. "You see, it's not so hard," explains Andrea Godwin, president, trying to convince Treasurer, Averyell Althaus and Vice-President Suzanne St. Clair that in the Quill and Scroll Society, quills should be used for all writing purposes. "Mine isn't as shiny as his," ponders Hinky Hall as Chester Mixon and Sandra ldom wait for their iewelry from Averyell Althaus. .1 It .f,,JJ'r'z 'H'-.vs -N wr Alas?" Fa -FQ -1.-mv1""3'7'3Ey'4.-L-.l.' M9-w'l - Quill and Scroll Honors Journalism Students Promoting a greater interest in iournalism, the Major Frederick Sullens Chapter of Quill and Scroll is composed of outstanding staff members from each of the school's three publications-the Hoofbeat, Resume, and Pleiades. While learn- ing new iournalistic trends, the chapter, directed by Mr. Mayes B. Hunter, annually sponsors Murrah's Hall of Fame. 'itil' W sf 'eg We 7 yryyy yi yyyy yy,,, ,V yfyy 'Engle , ' ,B tangy 'C i M p 'H?9fE,2 t Sem-N 1 , My i ., Www, ia "Well, let's see," ponders Joe Wise at a staff meeting, "how are we going to publish anything that'Il appeal to the pupils now that Poe has left?" Pleicides Staff Produces Literary Magazine "Now look here, boy, don't give me any rough stuff and buy this Pleiodesl" are the kind words spoken by Alan Moore. Each year the Pleiades, Murrah's literary magazine, recognizes talented and promising young writers. Under the sponsorship of Miss Blanche Musselwhite, the staff has the task of selecting poems, essays, short stories, and art works from the large number submitted, after which prizes are awarded to the most original. "Get that rippin' ball in the basket!" is Coach'Moc's advice to his team during the Pleiades sponsored student-faculty game. 9 69 2 x 5 N, I R, Q', ...V ..., 41 ll 4 r , fl K , . .. , V. 1 ' - Q IVE" If ix I l E, ,, Y Q bxx "All right now, children. Quiet! We've got to get everyone of these new blozers out today. Mclntyre, quit staring and put this thing on. If it doesn't fit, tough. Singers, if you spill one drop on these things, just consider yourselves done for." The Travelers, Murrcih's answer to Hootenunny, U.S.A., rehearse just before performing in "Away We Go!" at the City Auditorium. Pity the poor band' Whoever said that the Delta was flat never marched up this street. An--sul' "Sara, just one swift kick and it'll go rolling down the hall," worn Bill Dollarhide and Denny Douglas as they prepare for a publicity picture. The largest Mustong band in Murrah's history assembles on stage forming o striking picture in their blue and gray uniforms. 1. N The Murrah Color Guard, Alan Moore, Heywood Cooper, Walter Lydick, Conner McAllister, Barksdale McKay, Al Word, and Karl Stauss, precede the band with the Stars and Bars in Greenwood. Mustang Band Ranks Fourth in Washington Parade Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C., Greenwood Band FesHvaLlnauguralParade,band conteMs,conceHg pep rallies, half-time shows, and many hours on the practice field: these are the varied activities which the Murrah Mus- tang Band, under the dhechon of AAL Roger DoHaHnde, Student Director Bill Dollarhide, and Drum Maior Denny Douglas, will always remember. l "Let's see-one and a half more miles at 2640 per mile. about 5000 more steps, so here goes, left, right, l,2,3,4. , 5 I -I D' Q 't 3 Q z- cu - 1-I X-4, mhz ew 5 . 1? Sf 5 ,C i ,,, ff f ,qc ,k . no 41,3 ' .f fhff' t llffsl vi A Nz HZ: ff ' Q . iii, 7 Vffffg, 'ifflbwzwftfa K 'K K' 5 Y- ,fff7Qfgj flff , ,. , ,. In WJ? Yr f My , , 5 X , """"'v-.W WK , , f A Murrah Misses March in Cherry Blossom Festival "Now girls, iust one more time through," is a constant cry of sp6nsor Mrs. Maida Starling to her thirty-three marching Mur- rah Misses. Drilling constantly after school for weeks before the first football game,. the Misses often surprised and de- lighted audiences in colorful costumes and with original props during halftime shows, pep rallies, and various parades. "Hey, that ticklesl" screams Janey as Melinda tries to straighten a seam right before the Misses performance on Time Out for Murrah. 1 C...- EEE L f K I 4 , -if ffl "Down, kneel, 3, 4, bang! Hey, Baker, what's next!" "Gwen. , .Oh, Gwen, would you, could you, would you please like to be my Valentine?" X,--X 5, .rg-w: . lx if " 1 , f J' if xww as X ,f 2' so , w 'Wwe--4 4 Q-.,, FIRST ROW: Yerger, First Lieutenant, Gilfoy, Captain, Gayden, Second Lieutenant. SECOND ROW: L. Biggs, Morris, Ross, Nelms, Maiure, Cloud, T. May, Pitts, Netterville, Boggan, Hendershot, Roell. THIRD ROW: O'Neal, Singleton, Welty, Sissel, Taylor, Twente, Baker, Phelps, Jones. FOURTH ROW: McCharen, J. Biggs, Walsh, Hederman, A. May, Enochs, Adams, Batte. Theater Guild Cultivates Dramatic Interest Composed of over half of the student body, Mur- rah's Theater Guild is the backbone of most school productions. Not only experienced players, but also diligent back-stage workers contribute to the success of each play. Meeting on Thursdays, Theater Guild clubs combine their efforts for each maior production under the direction of Miss Emmy Lou Patton. ,L zzf Leading the Thespians, under the direction of Miss Emmy Lou Patton, are President Bill Dollarhide, Vice-President Ralph Vance, Secretary Andrew Bumpas and Reporter Gebby Burleson. Thespian Society Concentrates On Stage Productions Dramatic enthusiasm and ability characterize Murrah's Thespians, a group of students who have earned a mini- mum of one hundred hours by their work on school pro- ductions. Sponsored and inspired by Miss Patton, the troupe promotes theater arts. This honorary organization, recognized by the National Thespian Society, strives for superior drama at Murrah. ix Af Theater Guild officers Michael Richey, Vice-President, Ann Brockman, President, and Suzan Brown, Secretary, take time out from a busy schedule of "Bells are Ringing to pose for their picture on that well-used stage ladder. Whistler's Mother looks on as Grandfather Joe Scranlon chokes to death in happy family scene from the Theater Guild talent show, "As the World Falls 75 ,. zfxsvi Viewing the last-minute preparations on opening night from 25 feet up, stage hands Larue Owen and Andrew Bumpas watch Mr. Oakes take a merry-go- round ride on the turntable while other members of the crew complete the subway scene of "Bells Are Ringing." 14494 'Q'-Q lv? .j e ' ' . if ,Af-.i v- N ' 7 . ' - c 1 ,Q Q' - .- X A ' it Q . . ,- N--f. g ,Fi L ,,,.ae ' ji -.- Technical Crews Follow Cues to Light Stage Construct First Revolving Set When the play is over, the producer is showered with compliments, the actors are glorified, and the scenery is praised, but little attention is given to the deserving members of the stagecraft crew, whose team of technical experts is responsible for the building and handling of all scenery. Working in coniunction with the stagecrcitt crew, the lighting crew is essential to every stage production and assembly program. Manipulating mammoth lights and learning cues is only one phase of a Murrah production, but an important one. Row 'l: Hutcherson, McCool, Stevens, Denny. Row 2: Godwin, Fer- ber, McArthur, Vaughn. Row 3: Odom, VanDevender, Minor, Bumpas. Row 4: Levanway, Herrin, Burwell, Brooks. Row 5: Sorrells, Summer, Lydick, Noel. Row 'l: Hines, Farlee, Fulgham, Arnold, Windsor, Johnson. Row 2: Santangelo, Allen, Adams, Lang, Cavett, Myers, King. Row 3: Sumrall, Ellis, Graham, Pooley, Gladney, Marks. Row 4: Dees, Privette, Magee, Sears, Purvis, Smith, Blount. Row 5: Phillips, Lawrence, Hardy, Skelton, McCann, Yarborough, Lawrence. 78 l l N. .ar f .5 it Fx Row 1: Senseman, Enochs, Stewart, C. Jones, Phelps, Whatley, Blackwell, Barton. Row 2: Gardner, Brunson, Davis, Hayes, Brown, S. Enochs, Haas. Row 3: May, Richmond, Biggs, Gatlin, Yerger, McMurry, Marland, Michael. Row 4: Vance, Fortier, Wilson, Whit- field, Trussell, Callender. "Well, as soon as we finish this bookcase, all we have to do is paint the coffee house, put the signs in the subway, find the park benches, and oil Miss Patton's wheel chair - and the play doesn't even start until tomor- row," quips club member Sherry Stamper to Sandra Farish. "Well, I give up. l've typed this page six times and l still can't spell proscenium right," Andrew Bumpas remarks disgustedly to Paul Minor who is proofreading a work list. Talented Artists Design Sets for Spring Musical "I'm sorry kids, but you'll iust have to paint that set again. The pink, purple, and orange are okay together, but they make a terrible clash with the green costumes." These disappointing words become familiar to the mem- bers of the Scenic Design Club, who labor countless hours after school and even devote weekends to design, draw, paint, and re-paint the scenery used in Murrah's productions. This year club members merged their creative talents with those of the stagecraft crew to produce a scenic turntable, unique to the Jackson stage. Row 1: Callaway, Daniel, Jones, Ewing, Gardner, Alexander, Robinson. Row 2: McLean, Gunter, Cruthirds, Rodgers, Nelms, Stillions, Dove, Hopkins. Row 3: Harris, Millice, Swanson, Baldwin, Allen, Gainey, Speake. Row 4: Harpe, Hederman, Moskewitz, Jones, E. Hederman, Gibson, Lansdell, Hall. 79 , L ROW T: Mounday, Portnoy, Seale, L. Smith, Brown, Brooks, K. Bell. ROW 2: Barton, Crews, P. Davis, Evans, Brown, Gilfoy, Johnson, Kirk. ROW 3: Lewandowski, Lowe, McGehee, Moore, Place, Sullivan, Thames. ROW 4: Tarter, Baker, Symington, St. Clair, Walker, Williams, Don- ley, Krieger. ROW 5: Keller, Krieger, Lackey, Morton, Maley, Macon, Rice. ROW 1: Ritchie, Shiel, Schwinler, Phelps, Word, Atherton, Olson. ROW 2: Goodyear, Mul- len, Howie, Gillespie, Helms, Butler, Breland. ROW 3: Bone, Cloud, Curtis, Sloan, Ford, Gar- rard, Hanna. ROW 4: Hopkins, Naiure, Massey, Morris, Neely, Pearson, S. Phelps, Rice. ROW 5: Ward, Jobron, G. Fowler, Mays, Overy, Oden, Pat Sims. ' 1-4 'f ,N 4 x ' A 4 '51, ' i , ' ' ' ' l ' ix- f , 1 - f ' , 1 ' Z - f ji' ' H " ' H 'N if "T i ' i'i . i , lil 1 KHP, ' -' V On opening night, Make-Up Club mem- ' , I ' Qqaudv-I ,M . . . . Q W 1 :iv I ' V I, I Q bers work IU the midst of society snobs, M,-,, 'N . ' ' f i i"1 3? ,f party clowns, and Draculas. . r .-, asv X. .- f X X Y W t MMI, . XX JA , - V.-sri, I . I. V. ss li - ' 'l Make-Up Artists Transform Students Into Character To make a Swan Lake ballerina out of a football player takes more than just a little rouge, but this seem- ingly impossible task is only one among the many in the work of the Make-Up Club. Indispensable to the Theater Guild, this club works in shifts during the two annual Murrah productions applying base powder, eye make- up, lipstick, and final touches to all actors, singers, and dancers. Through classes, lectures, and actual demon- strations conducted by members of the Little Theater, this year's club members were able to learn and prac- tice the effective techniques and make-up procedures. Amid the pandemonium of opening night, Beverly Bone applies base powderto Michael Richey as he recalls Act l, scene xv. ! V Q 'L , :cr ' ' if ,, -44 ' . . ff. . ' I 5 -1.. A K I 5' ,- ' 'f yo In "S I Q., V ll' "' -' J . .2 4 X 4 Lt :- V .. ,3 . , Q ,c f . , is - ' -, W .: , I 4 ' A I .. f V 1 ' ' ' - ,. - -. , fr , f ' Zz , . d.. .. , , -v f ,f ,gs .Q E V , K s gg, . Z , . ,,. 4, WW Q ' ' -fir. 7 ' t- .J ROW I: Stewart, Virden, C. Walker, Abshier, Walker, Allen, Brasher. ROW 2: Callender, Cowan, Fortenberry, A. Foster, Hollingsworth, Hooker, Johnson. ROW 3: Lenz, Luke, Milner, Marbury, McCoy, Mcllwain, Reeves. ROW 4: Russell, Turber- ville, Tomlin, Toler, Tallant, Corns, Squires, Upshaw. ROW 5: Walsh, Walker, Dorris, Borthwick, Buie, Fowle, Selman. ROW 1: Holder, Foose, Fleming, Shirley, Ivey, Batte, Ammons. ROW 2: Powder, Kilgore, Lutrick, Brown, McCarty, Martin, McCharen, LaRue. ROW 3: McKeown, Adams, Cool, Axley, Bush, Chandler, Conly. ROW 4: Cotten, Vandevender, Mel- ton, Montgomery, Reynolds, Roberts, Ivey. ROW 5: Bible, Casner, Burch, Ware, Hubbard, Switzer, Huff. W. , 51" 4 K. 'L ....-in A .- rx. . .. ' ',f f . t , - M. '11 , 'iid , " , .v " 1 -P44 f -. as ' - j P ' 5 Q 4. ', lalflig S sid' TM -A 4 ' 7 M is ' I , C f ' ' ' 1 . . ,W . 1 i' . .". avg 7 5' F 4 ,Q L f 1. ' , 51 ' Q? f my T. 51' ,V K" V' I ' .wt . 5 J 'A' VV T' TL. ' ' . - . V R' . is -. 43 ' lx A Q. . If ..., 1 ,S , 'ffly . p -,il , Q , if , :jff1f'igQ',, ' f fl K9 I ,f y wfzfzz . A fe , -- ' , .. 1 5 .Alfa- .r my , if ROW 1: Scott, Webb, Pearce. ROW 2: S. Jones, Alexander, Halliday. ROW 3: Bruno, Shelton, Hobart, P. Jones. ROW 4: Hines, Upchurch, Whatley. ROW 5: Kirk, Sweat, Hunnicuh, Ware. ROW 6: Gibson, O'Neal, McDonnell, Rhodes. ROW 7: Rogers, Williams, Foster. ROW 1: Bowling, Cone, Daniel, lnmon, K. Jones, Rob- inson. ROW 2: Reed, Thomas, P. Thompson, Sciro, Strickland. ROW 3: Bell, Fitts, Gear, Lowe, Simmons, Messer. ROW 4: Chapman, Allen, Clem, Lemon, Sim- mons, Ledlow. ROW 5: K. Thompson, Stewart, Tem- ple, Montgomery, Mason. -RTI 7 I U f ROW T: Brunson, Luke, Huffman. ROW 2: Ray, Brann, Washburn, Neil. ROW 3: Jen- kins, Francis, Cates. ROW 4: Swan, O'Neol, McKeithen, Johnson. ROW 5: Reynolds, Mc- Gehee, Biggs. ROW 6: Brame, lkerr, Fea- therston, Jordan. ROW 7: Cooper, Bryant, Eisenberg. Dancers Strive for Perfection From the hip-swinging choruses in Bells Are Ringing to the sedate ballet in Time Out for Murrah, members of the Choreography Club delighted audiences with their versatility. Long hours spent creating, perfecting, and teaching intricate dance steps paid off on opening nights. I 2- 1 1. f "I only hope Coach Carlisle doesn't see us." Pat Griffin and T. J. Anderson, two adept pupils of chore- ography club members, demonstrate a graceful position from Swan Pond. Marion Francis practices a routine from a modern dance number she is striving to master. 1 - ' . . W? " 2 H Q g lp. -rg, ' 'Y 1 W '23, ii .J I Y Q55 . ,Sf - - v 4 Y :-., 1 L . I ' . ' O ' 'f A -F 1' 681, u X 5, I V .J VV ,, ly - ' '-. , - :uf A -, , - f . i' gf X' W-1335.255 gay-. y cz v- A g 1- yy I., . 'gp 2 : .1 , s . ' rf? ' fi f5'f.ffff9f if p . , S, . r ' K , R is wvkxagsxf' iiiyffill f fi 'JF' V 'QI' Veyr Ki V, K , ' fiff 5 few "tt -new T' Q7 ' ft i 'ii' if ' - ' A ff V f T S, .M X V ' " gqiafifff ' ryiilrx' 'ti 'flffiy ROW 'l: Nettles, Lopez, McDowall. :Q A' y Q, , ,g 1 - if F Row 2: Smith, Sullivan, weary, , ws., xyfyy - Ratliff. ROW 3: Freeman, Hines, 7 ' ' 'fi '- ' , ,.-,521 f ' i 7 Herlon , Daniels. ROW 4: Fulcher ' .. . f ' " ' f ' , "Ml, g ' 82 Warren, Falkenberg, Bradshaw. ROW 5: Burke, Yarbro, Stone. ROW 6: Taylor, Trussel, Bush, Loper. ROW 7: Walsh, Althaus, D. Smith. 1' If ROW l: Ashford, Martin, Bullard, Wilson, Puckett, Singleton, J Pearson. ROW 2: Taylor, Arthur, Lowery, Brummet, Byars, Dicken ROW 3: Doolittle, Godwin Hitt, Richards Sin leton G Pitts Black Working Clubs Locate Needed Costumes Assemble Essential Props Adding to any successful school produc- tion, members of the Costume Club receive assignments and provide colorful costumes for the cast in these productions. With the announcement of each play, Murrah's Properties Clubs are responsible for locating realistic props. During actual performances, club members assist the stage crew between scenes. 1 1 9 1 - 1 - ROW 4: McNair, Wiltshire, Davis, C. Aaent. Blake, Welch, McMur- tray, Ragsdale. ROW 5: Hill, Lentz, Appleton, Davis, K. Taking time out from the hectic rehearsals, Gebby Burleson relaxes in the props room amid rows and rows of telephones. ROW 1: Walton, Ware, Jameson, Allen, Bailey, Wise. ROW 2 Hanes, Johnson, Humble, Godard, Hendrick, Sides, Jones. ROW 3: Hollingsworth, Turner, Houston, Hanes, Fontaine, Gorum. ROW 4. Bridges,Hathorn, Minor, Cain, Suess, Lutken, Wideman. ROW 5: Howard, Lutken, Hederman, Babbitt, Newquist. As Mrs. Maida Starling and Jan Singleton put the Traviata ball gown together, Gebby giggles remembering Act i, scene xv. x lm l , . Junior Scientists JETS Probe Engineering Field 'fmfx l, 4 Visioning the finished product, Frank Speetjens, Terry Bowers, and Corky Meredith examine one of the many sketches of bridges while touring Michael Baker, Inc. I , Q ,Q K ROW 1: Williams, Gilliand, Quaka, Dukes, Sunderman, Caldwell, Adams. ROW 2: Collins, Maupus, Mouton, Sollek, Perry, Peterson, Carson, Robinson. ROW 3: Speetiens, Pinkston, Thornhill, McCal lum, Anderson, McKay, Burnstein. ROW 4: King, Meredith, Alford, Ethridge, Tucker, Wroten, How ard, Herman, Underwood. ROW 5: Wright, Cooley, Porter, Wohlgemuth, Stenzil, Nichols, Clayton Fulmer, White. 84 At a local business firm, JETS Club members view engineer- ing blueprints for a new city project. Students who possess o keen interest in mathematics and science find an outlet in the Murrah chapter ofthe Junior Engineering Tech- nical Society. This year the JETS divided into two clubs-physics and chemistry. Advised by Mr. Jabour and Mr. Berryhill, members went on numerous field trips to business firms and heard from noted speakers about engineering op- portunities. me 'ini' 5 ..x. Q -, rf, ' Henry Tucker and George Williams practice drawing ' skills during a school-sponsored field trip. Photography Club members take time to pose for a picture. Clockwise: Haley Langston, Weatherly, Watson, Purvis, Quarterman, Burket, Moore. I - u' ' if-fi ,. ' ff 172 .,' gi? , ,.,: , 6 4 ,,., , ,, K , , ,wr f , ,W 4 H , V , ' I 'X- ,, A MV gf ,Q ,XM 1,24 '27 f f 5 1 X if f' 7 " ? f , Q 'Z 4 ff' f' 4 " sv. V , ,f,,.f ,f ,, Nz f J 14 ff I f fi ,P ,V -v,e.4f,i,,1 Wf,f,,K.j 7, g. ff f 7 rf, ,,,1 4 37 Mg , f V e Q 4' ' Z1 V U at -,,' . V , A, ,,, I , an f f M ff 0' I f f Q' X I f 4, f Photography Club members Richard Cartledge and Charles Conniff leaf through the club's notebook of picture negatives. Camera Clubs Shutterbugs Learn Techniques Audio Visual Club Aids Faculty Murrah's Photography Club provides a chance for pic- ture-making enthusiasts to discuss picture composition as well as technical problems. Members also share their latest tips from photography magazines. By learning to operate the proiectors, members of the Audio Visual Club benefit the entire school. Teachers can count on experienced students to run the machines. ,anus www , rf, LQ Audio Visual Club members posing with reels, films, and screens are Lotterhos, Slaughter, Buster, Brame, Cook, Womack, Hayes, Ezelle, Gober, and Graham. Looking over the array of food are Judy Sollek and Sandra Johnston, who were honored by their fel- low Y-Teen Club members for their contributions to the club. Beth Corum and Mary Guy Lockhart plan the annual Y-Teen potato chip sale. Y-Teens Emphasize Character Development Developing ideal Christian character is the main ob- iective of the Y-Teen Club. Service is the foundation of this club-service to the community through civic projects involving local hospitals, and other municipal organiza- tions. Last year during Christmas the Y-Teens adopted two boys from the Welfare Department. The profits from the annual potato chip sale send a girl to the summer conference at Gulf Park College. Prominent speakers aid these girls in preparing for a life of leadership. is r ff' A c,lc t x ,SK if J " , , 'E - I' 25 , i y rl . ff ' " gt ,., in qw , ,J by g A wi Fi. gi ' tilt g y, i X 4f"'5' L - . "lr s i i l V il F i E l k ROW 'lc Johnston, Goodwill, Porter, McAlilly, Buckingham. ROW 2: Rusling, Smart, Adsit, Helfrich, Sollek. ROW 3: Welborn, Woodward, Lockhart, Williams, Corum. . 1 R A . 88 Hi-Y Members Perform Community Services For three consecutive years, Murrah's Hi-Y Club has attained the Double-A award, the highest rating given by the Y.M.C.A. Striving to maintain this high award, the club participated in the mor- ning watches and sold concessions during the musical. Working with the local Y.M.C.A., club members counseled young boys through the Gray- Y and Y-Guide programs. This year the club raised enough money to send the officers for next year to the Blue Ridge Training Conference. ROW 'I: Houston, Rodgers, O'Mara, Adams, Brown, Dunn, Jones. ROW 2: Cooper, Sumrall, Baldwin, Brock, Adams, Fra- zier, Horner, Davis. ROW 3: Palmer, Richardson, Neal, Garth, Morgan, Hewitt, Macdonald. ROW 4: Martin, Hall, Goodwin, Anderson, Cruthirds, Dorsey, Loflin, Maloof, Stauss. ROW 5: Primos, Kelly, Alfred, Hitt, Ridgway, Smith, Palmore, Oldhams. fa Q H iv rx 5 mf During the intermission of Bells Are Ringing Hi Y Club members quickly la W W. 1' 5 9 Q la lk! empty Coke bottles as the thirsty audience anxiously await their turn As 67 XE E 5 M the crowd increased club members recruited feminine helpers 1 L E 5 e-Zfilg E , "', X fr ssl ' 1' 4 it 'M ' X Rx X ua V Mr Lyon sponsor ofthe Hi Y Club and club members William Richardson I I , gf Tommy Dorsey and Tommy Horner display awards and prolects for the by ,r Q V A 'f., ,Y Qx V 4 ' ,fe I llf 1 ll t . li 45, ' , B C X t H Vjmj, I, 1 , " I ff- X ' Q ,Q ai: . I A V F 1 fx , , I 4, I V I l. ,, is 1 F F? 1 'Q r 35 r W f SX l l X , B 'es I Xl A I 1 x . ' I 'tv 'F' 4' ,A U' ' i ROW 'l: McKeigney, Dailey, Phillips, Allen, Edwards, Monroe, Dortch. ROW 2: Meek, Jackson, Mclnnes, Mosal, Tillman, Butts Sartin, Ammons. ROW 3: Breland, Camp, Byrd, Chapman, Pen nington, Williams, Jones. ROW 4: Largent, Robinson, Sheppard Warriner, Ray. 'Zi -ff: wa. ,Y sv: .,., .5 .' fn ' v i' 3: Outdoor Life Lures Boys to Hunt, Fish Among the more popular clubs at Mur- rah this year is the Hunting and Fishing Club. Viewing films on fishing and wild- life conservation, hearing speakers from the game and fish commission, or discus- sing individual hunting trips highlight their meetings. On occasion, small groups from the club go hunting or fishing over the weekend. Sponsoring the clubs for this year are Mr. Walker, Mr. Roberts, Mr. Martin, and Mr. Barfield. Hap Farber, sophomore member of the Hunting and Fishing Club, draws a bead on a swift quail. . tr.r lrrr , , I " 't ' ' 1 I ' ' if is . . i, ffm' . , f ROW 1: Sampson, Edwards, Reaves, Carpenter, Hoover, Hen- wig !" l,.jL X' if Z A derson. ROW 2: Phillips, Starns, Johnston, Noel, Shell, Allen, , wilt Q f V. ' . i l .ff " ' b y H V Books. ROW 3: Burnham, Day, Foshee, Sneed, Steen, Waldron, si? Q, I I F' I ' 1 ,favs fi 4 , 2 'jf - Jones, Lester. ROW 4: May, Lansing, Wall, Wright, Bowen, Al- gl' g ' -,' 'V A f 'I' 'V P 4 ' derman, Callaway. ROW 5: Montgomery, May, Farber. ' wi 1 . W 3 Y V ' '71 Q V V J' ,f,,, ' B' w ' X ff if ' A Sf o , . . f '. if- 5 Y' "4 ' if A ' L A A " ,H lr 124 Eli I :fr i'Z"'Tt'7' .1 ,- E.. - f . A A Llf 'I vi, ' 5: 'V " S '1 Y Q-'Q 1" ll' ,, In , 'Ll l - ' ' Q V 55 9' N '-:- i . ' if . ' 'ff "rf . .1 ' , 4 Y ' V V s. 2 ' , ROW 1: Hopkins, Kennedy, Land, Phelps, Re an, Throckmorton, -,., h ,Q ,, , hc., y 9 . , I 5 'V , cr ef -L f- ' 'V ' ' f ,-'- " Pay, Ewell. ROW 2: Tate, Shotts, Clingan, McDaniel, Nabors, P ' f :V 'Q 1 Ny, ,Q , 1 , f I1 'X' rl Q Buchanan, Ozier. ROW 3: Sharp, Owen, Still, Berg, Blaine, Burt, T , N. L " Q ' ' Cox, Gibson. ROW 4: Gordon, Head, Hum hre s, Ruslin , , y , -. , Q P Y Q . - If Y' ' b ,M m favj Smith, Brown, Fulmer. I . '4 ' ' xf Y .asf mae-.., te -1 ':""':fi' l Iii - - X 1 A l' -2 - It 90 vw:--riff'-sfvss..f..s1mfem1ewmm ' 5 In a maze of thread, feathers, hooks, paint, and cardboard boxes, Fly-tying Club mem- bers frantically assemble their scattered materials before the bell rings. Sportsmen Fly-tyers Improve Skills Golfers Vie for Trophies As members of the Fly Tying Club, nim- ble-fingered fishermen learn the techniques of making intricate fishing lures. Weekend fishing trips put the homemade bait to the supreme test-will it catch fish? Preparing students for participation in city and state competition, the Golf Club teaches fundamentals. Hours of practice bring rewarding results to the golf team, which this club supports. , Utilizing skills learned during weekly club meetings, Bob Bullock puts finishing touches on a fly which he plans to put to good use on fishing trips in the future. ROW 'l: Fowler, Beach, Masopust, Strange, Bullard, Carmichaem, Puckett. ROW 2: Strickland, Parker, Howard, Nicholson, Statham, Spaulding, Thompson, McCall. ROW 3: Stillions, Weir, Williams, Wooten, Lyell, Lowery, Northern. ROW 4: Villeret, Tibbetts, Swann, Wells, Ammann, Sullivan, Douglass. ROW 5: Therrell, Barksdale, Newcomb, Bradford,Martin, Harris, P. Thomp- son, White. - 1' ' M, 'W' 'rf ' fm ' f ,. p 46 he 4? 1,14 4.74 , yew, in wf fa M f ,, I ' 2 4 I I - ' ' "1fZ'f-xx, .7 3 . 2' Q' , I ,W , 'iii' A .f . g ' , ., .tg gr ,,,., .,,higrrf,,ff,,4 ,Z, , . . 1 -. .V . f U... . .,. ,W ,,,,,f, ,f, Have you ever lined up a twenty-foot putt on the eighteenth green at Pebble Beach and sunk it to win Sl2,000? No? Well, Bryan Barksdale hasn't either. 91 . 4-ug C -ug.unu--1- ,., - f-"""T""9Y1'7""3 3' H ll -if Jhnmi --sr' e"'1""' S l M-Club Members Tommy Moore and Bill O'Mara with Mr. Merritt pose with the City Championship Trophy which the Mustangs won when they defeated Provine. ' - 5 t P , wi f ,- f 2 92 K? I A iigjs' , . . I tt Row 'l: Griffin, Spencer, Drennan, Callender, Clement. Row 2: Russ, Wilson, Vest, Moore, Jones. Row 3: O'Mara, Kent, Griffith, Cheatam, Bowling. Row 4: Chunn, Beard, Carr, Robinson, Wright. Row 5: Hederman, McMurry, Allen, Lieb, Maddox. 92 Lettermen Promote Athletic Events Earning a letter in any major sport at Murrah en- titles an athlete to become a member of the Murrah "M" Club. Since a Murrah "M" Signifies leadership and responsibility as well as outstanding achieve- ment on the playing field, each boy must present a program to the group at one of the weekly meetings. During the year members heard lectures from visit- ing football coaches and well-known sports personal- ities and saw informative films of maior sporting events. The annual picnic culminated the year's activities. Car Enthusiasts Form Active New Club Have you been wondering about the bizarre sweatshirts with assorted caricatures on the backs? Their owners belong to Murrah's newest club, the Chaparrals. Organized at the end of last year by several car-minded iuniors, the club tries to stimulate interest in the mechanics of automobiles. "Safety first, then performance" is the motto of the Chapar- rals, now one of the more popular clubs in school. Row 'l: Wimb Hogan, Evans, erly, Cole, Potts, Williams, Small, Lowry. Row 2: Germany, Reddock, Lane, Johnson, Sloan. Row Mansell, Weems, Furr, Witt. Row 4: Lassiter, fi Watkins 3: Lenoir Thames, . Wie i ,Wi z sk, if !,,v, Smith, Reed, Hardy, Hardy, Bates, Gregory, Mann. V W V V V Sullivan, Peet, ' A f"s JV 'f ' ' Randall, Hunter, Manning, Hills. Row 5: Hines, Haynes, Assisted by Bill Lane, Chaparrals Club President Jimmy Pinnix postsa for sale notice for a 1946 Cadillac hearse on the club's new bulletin board. Row 'l: Trunzler, Lanston, Werheiser. Row 2: Haley, Cotting, Myers, Hel man, Tedford. Row 3: Whigham, Major, Turman, Sneed, Row 4: Pinnix Schmelzer, Coleman, Cabell, Anderson. Row 5: McAllister, Bivins Downing. After a club meeting, Jimmy Pinnix and Joe Scnmeltzer view the newly installed 4-barrel carburetor on Johnny Peet's 1954 Chevrolet, which is considered one of the better cars owned by members of the Chaparrals Club. 93 ii., ,r - QQ' We J Y, w .W insane' fi 'Just think, that little speck of practically nothing could wipe out a city." Touring the VA morgue, Medico-Eds display appropriately morbid expressions. 5 'W 'ef Berman, Bowling, Tumcsz, Helman, Lawson, Blankenship, Goodman. ROW 3 Smith, Ecldleman, Milstead, Webb. ROW 5: Harper, Farber, Heslop, Canada Chapman, Jenkins. ROW I: Morrison, Defore, Bass, Sherwood, Williamson, Hargrove, Methvin. : Hudson, Netterville, Phillips, Darden, Heoron, Babb, Rich. ROW 4: Cowles, Moody, Fyke, B. , Grenfell, Pl. gh V . M s , v. Ls- ROW 'l: Jordan, D. Smith, Blythe, Zeagler, Price, L. Jordan. ROW 2: Bar- nett, Greco, Swales, Ewing, Mclntosh, Lockurt, Bethay. ROW 3: White, Cissna, Greenwell, Craycraft, Cunningham, Stauss. ROW 4: Daniels, Augus- tus, Craft, Burwell, McDill, Culver, Brown. ROW 5: Mayo, Conn, Coleman, Meyee, Farr, Traylor. Club Members Study All Fields of Medicine 4 On a recent field trip to the Occupa-Therapy Department of l the VA Ho pital, members view patients' handicrafts. ' 1 1 f l One of M-urroh's largest and most active or- ganizations is the Medico-Eds, composed of students interested in various phases of med- icine. Field trips give members a chance to tour local hospitals ond to become acquainted with vocational opportunities. Sponsored by Mrs. McAllister and Mrs. Davis, this club prepares students for further study in medicine. ROW 2: 94 4 04 Se X ilu vnu soo After winning the District Six Tournament, Debate Team members, Jimmy Currie, Jack Pratt, Roy Max- well, and Dalton McAlpin, pose with their trophies. Debate Team Wins District Six Tournament "Well, club, which one of these pressing issues should we debate next-the Civil Rights bill, Medicare, the U.N., or the urgent need ot a student lounge?" Composed of students interested in public speaking and current problems, the De- bate Club selects four of its members to comprise the Mur- rah Debate Team. This year's team placed first in the district and among the top five in the Southern Mississippi Tourna- ment, where each member received an excellent rating. Bill Wallace and Elise McNees research for a debate on furnishings for corridors. Pratt. ROW 3: Colmer, Carney, Connelly. ROW 4: Mcllwain Currie, Cooper, Adcock, Wallace. W L 'fi' f1g':'i . i f f :f is.. . ROW I: Huffman, Webb, McNees. ROW 2: Miller, Maxwell, Hord, Woodliff, Warren. ROW 5: McAlpin, Pate, Howie. ROW 6: Est' WDW V Meredith Fox addresses a meeting of the Junior Historical Society. FIRST ROW: Kirby. SECOND ROW: Woods, Alsobrooks, S. Shearer, Bennett. THIRD ROW: Dawkins, Bryant, Tomlin, Gray. Diverse Clubs wg J c L NAA 5T:,sck L K - L33 "There, see, we are still on the map!" Carolyn Mayfield proves her point to Bobby Shearer, Tommy Robbins, and Jim Capriotti during a Junior Historical meeting. "Hmmm, if l move queen's knight there, he couldn't take it, then l could move kmg's bishop there, then Checkmatel" Warren Porter maps out Chess Club Drills for Tournament In an effort to solve the baffling problems that face us today, members of the Junior Historical Society turn to the study of events and characters of the past. On field trips to nearby historical landmarks, interested students learn about their state's role in the development of our country. For those students who are interested in probability and strategy, nothing is more fun than a game of chess. Advised by Mr. Boyte, this club sponsors every year a tournament, which includes participants from many other clubs. strategy as he contemplates a victory in the chess tournament. I y 1 A ' 5' ., , , ,..,......, , t . ',,,' an gf sv -ftfiiiliiofiilil .tlgiyt ,, 3' 4- so Q X , '4 ' 'wi ,TQ in . V , , X .ty-,-3 - . ,... L, R L43 H143 eu ' M if K. if I V .I f, K I 1 E-X X Q 'X K, I g ll 2- X' ' X' 'H ., H , " "lmg'1" L l A W Y 2 ,QJJ ,t S- 4 . . J J . ,trr flaw 'i ZA, we.. ..,.., . ....--+-f 2'7"?7Q,g, HMM' A f..- Q . Chess Club members show their intense concentration. CLOCKWISE: Goodin, i nzi I f , Bishop, Mr. Boyte, Bunch, Cone, Alford, Sherrcrd. mmm " A f V 0 'f 1 in v ,i 2 , ,.,. L,Q,,,.A ' 96 "That McEachern. Always trying to get in good with Coach Mac. Salutingl The very ideal" mutters Wiley Richards under his breath. 1 I FIRST ROW: Scott, Wilson, McDill, Mann, Jeffreys, Thorsen. SECOND ROW: Swan- son, Ragsdale, Newton, Finger, Thompson, J. Egbert, Pearson. THIRD ROW: Gibson, Montgomery, Bueno, Bryan, Barber, Collins, McEachern, Richards. FIRST ROW: Wilkinson, Pleasant, Noone, Downing, Ivey. SECOND ROW: Ven- turini, Speed, Wells, Hutton, B. Egbert, Kyle. THIRD ROW: Jacobs, Jackson, Doolittle, Oliver, Mullen, Heard, Johnson. FOURTH ROW: Wann, Courson, Walton, Maley, Turner, Wallace, Druery. Graceful as the swans in Swan Lake, Basketball Club members execute a difficult movement choreographed by Coach McDaniel. Athletic Groups Roundballers Perfect Shooting Tumblers Train in Gymnastics Basketball enthusiasts take advantage of the newly formed Basketball Club. Members spend half an hour each week discussing technical points of the game, ways to improve shooting, and general basketball iargon. Coach Johnny McDaniel, the club's sponsor, often secures the gym for special practice sessions. Balancing on someone else's shoulder looks easy enough but it takes skill, coordination and timing. Mem- bers of Murrah's tumbling club learn thoroughly the techniques of such stunts as flips, forward rolls, and handstands. Sponsored by Coach Rogers, this club practices these acrobatic feats in the gym. One, two, three, four, bottoms up! Four nimble members of Murrah's Tumbling Club demonstrate a forward roll lwith variationsl. f m , , U f, f ','.fw.4 ,wlzx-.aw rug-' . . TQ,- H 1 N .-,., ' ' - .-.fm ff '. ' f"'C' . fs' ,at-" . ff! ixiifzfifaiiu V23 1 1 J, , XXL R11 Y -Z 'A' fr.. 7 ,' 'rv 1-mn. . . . 4 , . . LM, 3.51, s x I Y .N 'A ma. f 4!"r . Kia '. -. -M -1-. 1' ' , i- 4' 'Vu Q ' f s W- 'ffl -ffw f. fffm 1 . - me-+1w ' ' gl. -A-eq nffp,-.Suy'fg V.,y'f-' L.: f ':,.a. 'fc 1.1 fain, AH'-vy ig 1, ., 4 ..,, xr ,.N1,,h 3,.44,I .U 53431,-',, IZ. an h A , Eff-15 fF1fi,"f:,fef9'5v,3,g:- 4, Q .,..,:, .i,- . v,: MI, AH i., ' :vm ,V-gl. J' .- ' t"f3. -Yi '- - 5 Eqfzffffgifix'gif"-'lf' F 351.11 . f, cfqVl,- ', -,"' --','- . 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I 963 CITY CHAMPIONS FRONT ROW: Deaton, Smith, Alfred, McMurry, Maddox, B. O'Mara, Fortier, Starnes, Hendrick, Ragsdale, Hobson, Shotts, T. Coker, Ozier, Brown. FOURTH Hitt, Wright, Humphreys, Black, Connelly. SECOND ROW: Anderson, C. ROW: Russ, Manager, McCollum, Shell, Beard, Jones, Garth, Moore, Kent, O'Mara, M. Coker, Nelson, Vest, Horner, Newton, King, Bowling, Goodin, Callender, Clement, Hederman, Dukes, Jacobs, Wilson, Manager. Adams, May, Griffin. THIRD ROW: Mullen, Farber, Bowen, Chunn, Carr, all . , ,. 5:18 . -s ww Nr- fmzs zymb gig, 100 if . ff J if .,', ' J ,iff s"' 'x"' TN' fn n V, , 3, .L ,N M . Q "5'-' rv If I ' 5 E' OED U m2 ' K ' 1 C 1 ' B ' ,Q . U' CQ Ld fsl,., J we ,li it .P .. 3 X ..,, 'X' pn, lx F. w , V.h, ,, N. V F, . , gk Xi Senior leadership is the key to any team's success. These capable Seniors lbackl Gerry Kent, Tom Moore, Mike Callender, Bill Clement, Hap Hederman guided the 1963 Mustangs through a fine season: lfrontl Jim Hitt, Curry Mc- Bill Bowling, Fred Beard, and Rod Russ. Not Pictured, Phil Lieb. Murry, Bill O'Mara, William Wright, Ray Maddox, Bill Fortier, Robbie Smith, Mustangs Triumph Defeat Bartlett in Opener The Mighty Mustangs opened the season with a big 53-6 defeat over Bartlett High School from Memphis, Tennessee. From the opening kickoff, Murrah, scoring in every quarter, dominated play with co-captain Tommy Moore running fifteen and nineteen yards consecutively for the first scores. Fullback Gerry Kent added two tallies. Completing the long scoring list were End Jim Hitt, Half- back Bill Jones, and Guards Tommy Dorsey and Ray Mad- dox. Bartlett's only score came as Halfback Ron Clarkson scooped up a fumble on the Panther three and sprinted for a touchdown. Taking an unheard-of time out to smile, but only for the camera, are Mur- rah's busy managers: lfrontlPaul Wilson, Norton McKeigney, Bryan Barks- dale, lbackl Rod Russ, James Spencer, Tommy Marland, and Burdette Russ. End Bill Fortier, Guard Bill Clement, and Halfback Bill Jones con- verge on a Bartlett halfback to make the stop. The Mustangs' tough defense, along with steady reserves, held the Panthers from Tennessee to only 90 yards. Ms... ,.,,, J .Ma ,4 41 101 Senior Tackle Robbie Smith gives the Murrah student body words of assurance during the pep rally before the Yazoo City encounter as other Mustang players look on. Mustangs Fall Then Roll Past Indians Murrah iaurneyed to Vicksburg for the first road trip of the season and suffered a 12-O de- feat at the hands of the Greenies. It was a tough night for the Mustangs, who lost their opening Big 8 Conference game. On the first drive, its deepest of the night, Murrah penetrated to the Vicksburg 33. Held in their own territory, the Mustangs were forced to kick several times as they could not get their offense rolling. Standouts on defense for Murrah were line- backers Bill O'Mara and Mike Callender. Vicks- burg's first tally came on a reverse pass play, which caught the Murrah secondary off-guard. This along with a stringy defense gave a victory to the opponents. Ridden down by a Greenie, Quarterback Cliff Chunn is stopped after valuable yardage. f-'1 f-1 t 5 5'4-se-hifi ' 102 Tailback Tommy Moore races past Yazoo City defenders for a score. Playing the third game of the season, the Mus- tangs iumped back into the win column with a defeat over arch-rival Yazoo City.The brilliant 21-O win was the first time the Mustangs had beaten the Indians since the annual encounter began. The scoring was done with runs of five and seven yards respectively by Tailback Tommy Moore and a fifty-five yarder by stellar Fullback Gerry Kent, Anchored by Jim Hitt and Billy Nel- son, the Mustang line consistently broke gapping holes in the Indian defense for the Pony fleet- backs. Capitalizing on his consistent placekick- ing, Ray Maddox booted the three extra points. Hornets Stumble Central Falls to Hosses Underdog Murrah stunned top- ranked Greenville Hornets with a 7-O defeat in the Homecoming Game, putting the Mustangs back into contention for the North Big 8 Championship. A tough defen- sive battle all the way, the Mustangs held the Horn- ets' bulldozing fullback to 18 net yards on ten attempts. Murrah's fired up defense in the second half held the Hornets to one first down and 39 yards rushing. Late in the fourth period the Mus- tangs gained control ofthe ball, thereby running out the clock. The seven points came in the second quarter when Quarterback Cliff Chunn connected on a 47-yard scoring pass to Tommy Moore. Mad- dox kicked the extra point. The Mustangs took a big step toward the City Championship by defeating Central 26-13. The Pony ground attack proved too much for the Tigers. Murrah scored the first two tallies of the game, and at halftime led 12-6. Central capitalized early in the third quarter on a Murrah fumble and took a 13-12 lead. After the kickoff the Mustangs drove all the way for a score to get back on top. The scoring was done by Gerry Kent and Cliff Chunn, each making two touchdowns. Mike Callender is upended attempting to tackle Greenie quarterback Greeted with a mighty roar, the Mustang cheerleaders lead the Ponies through raise the spirits of the players and spectators as they cheered the team one the goalpost and onto the field. These energetic cheerleaders never failed to step nearer the City Championship. iv , Q53 -'F'-P' H As the Greenwood fullback rips through the line, defensive specialist Jimmy Carr comes up to make the tackle on the Bulldog. Mustangs Win Two Blast Tupelo and Greenwood Murrah Fullback Gerry Kent bulls his way for a first down. Kent scored twice against the Bulldogs, once on a sparkling 78-yard iaunt. QX Pulling in a touchdown pass, End Bill Fortier scores against Tupelo. Murrah's stampeding Mustangs made TupeIo's Golden Wave look instead like a small ripple as they downed the Wave 20-7. The Mustangs racked up 13 points before the half and added another seven pointer in the final quarter, while Tupelo had to remain con- tent with a "gift" touchdown in the closing minutes of the fourth quarter. Quarterback Cliff Chunn figured in on every score for the Mustangs with a 48-yard pass to End Bill Fortier and two scoring sprints of ten and nine yards. Displaying a powerful running attack and an equally effective defense, the Mustangs romped the Green- wood Bulldogs 26-O. lt was hard-nose drives by Gerry Kent along with the elusive sweeps of Quarterback Cliff Chunn that sparkled the Ponies. But even more impressive for the winners was the tremendous sta- bility of their defensive line, headed by William Wright and Ray Maddox. Title Hopes Gone Cats, Warriors Blank Murrah Murrah's gallopping Mustangs kissed the North Big 8 Championship goodbye as the Corinth Warriors rolled up a I4-0 victory. After being stopped within the Warrior's ten- yard line three times, the Ponies finally halted and fell. Taking over deep in their own territory, the Warriors turned on the power and drove 94 yards to take the lead 7-O late in the fourth quarter. Using the passing of All-American quarterback Bruce Newell, Meridian broke Murrah's four year hex with a 7-0 victory. Following the opening kickoff, Meridian began a sixty-yard scoring surge climaxed by an eight-yard touch- down pass. Despite threats neither team was able to tally after Meridian scored. Murrah's maior scoring threat came in the third quarter as the Mustangs drove to the Wildcats 24-yard line, only to lose the ball on downs. Mike Callender attempts to catch a pass in the I4-O defeat by Corinth As a Meridian halfback skirts end, linebackers Gerry Kent and Mike wlnnlng touchdown as Meridian advanced to the eight yard line By Callender attempt to make the stop. This play set up the Wildcats defeating he Mustangs Meridian won the North Big 8 Championship eq, iff' ff 'sf . 1 Unable to pierce the Pony line, a Provine Ram is upset for no gain. Racing past cz host of Rams, Gerry Kent scores for the Mustangs. Anxious expressions on the faces of Murrah's Co-captains Tommy Moore and Bill O'Mara indicate their eagerness to begin the crucial game, Ponies Win City Defeat Provine Roms in Rain BJ o classic in its own time. Although it rained, the Mustang spirit was not dampened. Murrah beat Provine for the third consecutive year. 1 912 :ln -vids 4-J lr'-ll eg - X . 4 L" ' 1 Pr: l A tml AQ 1. A- l A'f-li. 'j Murrah's powerful defensive unit traps a Provine halfback behind the line. For the third year in a row the Mustangs beat Provine for the City Championship. But this game meant more than just a City Championship. This victory meant the prestige of all Murrah students. With pride and determination the Mus- tangs entered Mississippi Memorial Stadium on a rainy Thanksgiving night with only one thing in mind-to beat the cross-town rival. Neither team scored in the first quarter, but the Mustangs managed one touchdown in the second and another in the final period. Actually the first touchdown was a defensive touchdown as Tim Coker blocked a Ram punt on the 26-yard line, and quick-thinking Bill Fortier recovered the ball in the end zone. Midway through the fourth quarter Murrah scored again as the Rams were forced down on their own I8 where the Mustangs took over. Seven plays later Fullback Gerry Kent, who carried the ball five out of the seven times, went across center from the two for the tally with six minutes remaining to play. Kent also scored in the first period, only to have it called back on a penalty. Provine's biggest threat came in the second quarter after Murrah's score. The Rams advanced to the Mustang eight on a 24-yard pass, but Murrah's rugged defense, manned by Fortier, Jim Hitt, Curry McCurry and Bill Nelson, dug in and held. This, the last game of the season, gave the Mustangs a 7-3 record for the year, one of the best in the history of Murrah. Banquet Fetes Team Leading Players Receive Honors Murrah's Mustangs climaxed a 7-3 winning football sea- son in the school cafeteria with their ninth annual football banquet. Coach Jack Carlisle handed out letters to 27 players and 7 managers. Co-captain Bill O'Mara, in an address to the parents, voiced the feelings of the team toward the coaches, parents, and all others connected with the success of the Mustangs. Special tribute was paid to the coaching staff and team physician by the team. Fullback Gerry Kent, Murrah's bread and butter man all season long, was honored with awards for being voted both the most improved back and the best player on and off the field. The award for most outstanding defensive back was presented to Jimmy Carr while Mike Callender was named the most outstanding blocker in the backfield. Ray Maddox was named the most outstanding blocker in the line and William Wright was given the most improved lineman award. The most outstanding defensive lineman was Bill Fortier. All players who received special awards were seniors except for Junior Jimmy Carr. .W .nhl 'f:?!f"5s' M tw Front: Managers James Spencer, Norton McKeigney, Paul Wilson, Rod Russ. Second Row: Coach McDaniel, Tommy Moore, Steve Jeffreys, Bill Finger, Coker Palmer, Ronnie Tomlin, Coach Bush. Third Row: Jim Hitt, Pivotmen Fight Compile l3-l 3 Season Coach McDaniel gives game plans to McMurry, Palmer, Allen, and McEachern after the first quarter of a tough game with Central. Curry McMurry, Malcolm Outlaw, Brad Farber, Billy Skelton, Cliff Chunn. Fourth Row: Newton Allen, Wiley Richards, Jack Mclntyre, Ben Whitfield, Frank McEachern, Bob Smira. The basketball team cheers in a pep rally before the opening game. Murrah's basketball fortunes looked upward as the much improved Mustangs turned in a creditable I3-l3 year. This record was earned against the toughest competition in the state, with five losses being to Central and four to Forest Hill. After losing the season's first two games to Forest Hill and Pelahatchie, the Ponies snapped back and defeated Vicksburg to capture fourth place in the Murrah Invitational Tournament, Central and Provine were victorious in a pair of intra-city contests while Byran fell for Murrah's second win. ln Forest Hill's Rebel Classic, the Mustangs conquered Forest and Starville to cop fourth place, but went down before Central in the semi-finals. Raymond was bested in the Hinds County Tournament, but the Ponies were again tripped by Forest Hill. The cagers, putting their hard-earned experience to good use, won eight of eleven games in the stretch. Vicks- burg, Yazoo City, Greenwood, Morton, and rival Provine fell before the improving roundballers. Taking third in the North Big Eight, the Mustangs racked Corinth 83-56 after dowing Greenwood and losing to Central. In the Sub-district Tournament, the Ponies again met Central and were edged 59-52 to end the season. Intently watching the Mustangs play Greenwood, the crowd is quiet during a tense moment. Cagers Rebound Win Nine of Last 13 Guard Bill Finger jumps, taking the ball away from Provine player during the Murrah Invitational Tournament. Murrah. . . Murrah Murrah. . . Murrah. . . Murrah Murrah Murrah Murrah Murrah Murrah Murrah Murrah Murrah Murrah Murrah Murrah Murrah Murrah Murrah Murrah Murrah Murrah Murrah Murrah Murrah Murrah ' 5 -f,,. i ii ' 3 ---,' 1 ff2f".Qsf iiar . irer . 6 4 K , ,,.,., f, . ,,. f K ,f . fy. .-9617. w74fK'6 ' ' , . , 'K ,.f.w..f W .I.Q.f., ff""f-aff"' fam 1 1-5-mf:-'1.-QLZQZ ' 7 t 1 . gm ac 1 ,srrr s", 1 . 'fm es',, 1 it 4 f ' 'F 6 1 'ff f .. 14.2.1 ,-", wx J W" ,- ,'.' my 252.34 Q- .g, ., H ,if -' .W ff 'zap v Z. .,,, . , ., . .. . F ieif'e . srsr rrrs 3 ' fhy. V - K i F F V 2 --s,1 . . 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COMPOSITE RECORD 'I3-13 ...29 ...6l ...54 ...37 ...39 ...43 ...4O ...64 ...6O ...44 ...65 ...62 ...38 ...44 ...5O ...4l ...53 ...39 ...63 ...27 ...48 ...48 ...45 ...45 ...83 .....52 Forest Hill.. . . .51 Pelahatchie. . . . .66 Vicksburg .... . . .50 Forest Hill. . . . . .52 Central. . . . . .80 Provine. . . . . .58 Provine. . . . . .49 Byram.... ...40 Central ..... . . .69 Forest Hill. . . ...6l Forest ..... . .60 Starkville. . . .. .40 Central. . . . .67 Vicksburg. . . . .38 Raymond .... . .37 Forest Hill. . . . .53 Morton... ....46 Vicksburg. . . . .45 Yazoo City. . . . .36 Greenwood. . . . . . .26 Yazoo City... . . . .45 Provine ...... .... 3 I Greenwood. . . . . . .43 Central .... . .6l Corinth. . . . .56 Central .... ......... 5 9 Players eagerly wait for the ball as Ben Whitfield attempts a tree throw. 1 f V ffm? Cindermen Win Go Undefeated in Nine Meets Murrah continued her domination of Mississippi high school cinders in I964, going undefeated in nine meets. Combining an unbeatable spirit with talent and experience, the thinclads raced to victories in the Hazlehurst Invitational, Canton Rotary, Provine Invitational, Jackson Daily News, District, South, State, City, and Big Eight meets. Winning their sixth State A-AA crown and seventh Big Eight cham- pionship, the Mustangs bested a fantastic number of records. Overall state standards were set by the Ponies in the 440- yard relay, the 880-yard relay, the low hurdles, and the broad lump. Shotputter Bill Fortier had a record heave in the Big Eight meet, while the 440 relay team tied the con- ference mark held by two previous Mustang quartets. Serious challenges - iniuries and constant threats from mighty Greenville - had to be met before the trophies could be added to the Murrah showcase, but outstanding spirit pulled the Mustangs to the top time after time. Coaches McDaniel and Carlisle accept the coveted trophy for capturing the State Championship. ln back are team members: Bobby Godwin, Malcolm Outlaw, Bill Fortier, Ed Morgan, Bo Bowen, Brad Farber, Jimmy Pearson, if ADO' .",,.. -. -4 1 X .L.. . "Dv f . 4 Q 1, H -, 91.194, .A V .5 ' U- Q -,L .V f -4. ,' -T's",vf- :iff .. " M., V 1' 4 J., ... - H ..',,,.,. . in ' md-f ,W ,,, J. 1' , , ,- , ,, "W -1 , , . -' L" ' Mu. 1 'WF .' Nw' ' is 7-L 1 ff ' fn W: - z... 4 t 1 V y,',,".,'.uo'L,, f, - ,- . ' .- -V -My - j I , . .',,Y-,Mt 4, l ,. V-' -.I ' Q l "4 ' 4'-'f e.: '- , - . - , ,,, , -, .4 v .,, A . N gr, .4 f - lg, J. h, ' " 4 451.5-,f.'f:'f,L,'Y6" .7 f 4 ' qg ,, 'ALL ft "X,-1-L gn:-Ui ' .,.' . ' 'uf VH- " inf.. ',r"""f' - f ' .. I4 f- I-'53,'?3f:w.,,' Outstanding quarter-miler Brad Farber finishes the last leg of the mile relay to win first place in the District Six Meet at Raymond. Jim Vest, Charlie Kelly, Penny Deaton, Ronnie Tomlin, Jim Cheatham, Jimmy Carr, Fred Beard, Tommy Moore, Bill Jones, Gerry Kent. 4.'fv- U , .-yd .2 t . i 3 "ff" A.-. b-J-..Z. ?. . g 1 ,f Ai' Ponies Place First Capture JDN, Canton Relays rf- fl' INV gg if It Q , A Us ' ' Q' , f ' 'Qs ei ' Cv' ,f WNW ' V' ,, I, ,tw A 1 , if , , V ,- 55, My " P Ffh, M t ,,, , f . ,rw , ' 1 'if , fe , 1' jf, O Q, fm, t 4 ' 'f 4 ,- " M, - ,f V" f f , ff, "JW ffm: f 1' ww-'f,f:,.f'f:ZfAj,'4" 1 f' f- ! ,, X Q , V ff, I ,. M0,4g,. LQ Q, 4. -0 .7 ,Q Mfw ,f,,..,,wL,p,.Q ,,, 2-'::5Mg,, f ff of ff',,w1 i?f ,ft ,' Lf an ig, "gyfw,g,ff' fmQig,v:fv,1ifyi!tfQM ' ' , if .wr-ff, gffa ,V , gfgm y1fxfHffWf W ' nc, ,,,, ,.i,4f,. ff " , f, f t f' ,QYQ77 f ftp if t " f , f, . ft , f 'W "ff 'gxfff Q " fr fs V ft? ' ' ,f ff! , iff ff' H QQ t ,nf-mi, ny, 1 Q 'Pl- , , ff Q, ,mf V, ,fi ' if , ,MJWH f , , , 4, gf' f j4e:.,ggg,L Q, , , ,. ff f 0 f - 1 'ffff' -f W4,fW'f+f' ,I Q ,, ' ' X - 'M f if Wistar ef gf, H 'V f,1'Mi, ,.,. , ' ff' , ' ff X ZW as 5.41 ,5f..,."P1 Gerry Kent pulls ahead in the low hurdles during the state meet. Kent won, breaking the state record Sophomore Charlie Kelly the Big Eight Meet, which in l9.7 seconds. discusses developments with Coach Carlisle during the Mustangs easily won. ,.....,.....,... ,....,.-,- ,-...,. ,...." ,- gun gin KW! , ,f , ,. ff ff Q VAL6 k,4, ily is 2 A, ,K ,K , ff . M17 V f 5 V Murrah's undefeated 880 yard Relay team, Gerry Kent, Charles Kelly, Fred Beard, and Tommy Moore, broke the state record with a l:3O.3. ,-we Z , ,rf 3 In 4 , .,4,..,H LK.. , ' , J ,eff X' c f v X 754 , . A U f ' f ,J V f M. 54 7 " 4k"4f 5. efigff f 0 14-K? " , ,. M 57 7 , t 2 ' . , f We , I , Coach Johnny McDaniel treats iniured Fred Beard for a pulled muscle. Thinclacls Break Records Miler Jimmy Pearson looks worried before his race in the South State Meet at Hattiesburg. 3 fi J 13. . ny, f K Triumph in Big 8, State Meets Pole vaulter Jimmy Vest safely crosses twelve feet in the JDN Relays. Penny Deaton clears a hurdle in the Jackson Daily News Relays. ----fflfm-' ,fcmjtffq -s f f ' H-J 1035! ,rg-J, - 1., X -.ix 5 ."' Q H S Q R-.-L.. V ,g Q I Gt I -f ' , , 1 'Y . , .,- , .. -, V, If Arylr X ha., VQMK Fortier, Murrah's top weight man, always placed high in the discus and the is 5n,,y-- ' We-f-' Wx' Zz""1bT: shot, BiIl's throw of 53' I 1" broke the Big Eight shot record. , f 5 - f-ff 4,4 M I Q- W fx-v,,'t".e1., ,E X -y N? .' '-, . "xx s 'Q ' A-lim 112 f, 1 Jimmy Carr, Murrah's outstanding broad iumper, strains on a jump just before he breaks the state record by iumping 23 feet VA inches. Ed Morgan begins a long leg ofthe mile relay in the State Meet. Kr , Q ,Y . f,'x If 4 ,,,,,,, 419, Q 41' lllf' ' 1 X f Q f 1 ll' M if f . , QW, , V 1 X ,f1.,,, may Bill Jones, Bobby Godwin, Brad Farber, and Ronnie Tomlin make up the med ley relay team which won first place In the JDN Relays Carr clears the bar in the JDN Relays :"-r':7'w9" W, M up 4, f, 54, .s Ssbwefw - . ' ' X' ., ss M s , A fx' A 113 Murrah's weight men, Bill Fortler and Jimmy Cheatham, mean double trouble for any of the Mustangs track opponents iff! 76 K s 9144 W lr lim, -ab il! if--wi K wai- '- 'if 1 , , ,T ,,,.f,.,,.,i,.M Outstanding Catcher Mike Callender rounds first on his way to a double. Mike was one of four Mustangs who made All City. -9 .. ' ' , Q, -. ff , . . H , ,, , rim -f xnwj .W-if - 1 av, ,AU -f ' Q6 'Q Y if ,K s.,,s.,., A ' - ii-, E . Hu - ,ur ' A ' K . ' ' - u ew-' --6-fi,-,unwise Lv- Y gn, "' gf' "-., + ,,, ' V A, ,,,.,.ns..4.,Z ,, .- Q """-" .fi .J "lv-F' ' Tl' -' V -X A hr. 'Q - .!.m'- .sm-. J ,-3 4 .4 1 Q 1, th. V I Qi- -""'N Gf --is .Qt ,, ,, ,W - gi f -1 - . ., ' gi f w5,,,,3,? .... R., iz jg, , 1:4 Jimmy Griffith, Murrah's only three year letterman in baseball, makes a throw ' "x g gmt? ,fflu --Lg from first base. Griffith also pitched for the Mustangs. ' J' Q y,1f,Q,'f'l3'f" - . , 1-,,m ,Q-pw ,,.. 4- , ' 11, , ',,XH" z V" ,, , A Ji w gpm: ,-,Q J- ,Tw N , r , J -5, s .7 it 7 - .,,,-: .f '., 47,1-Vg . .V ,yt - 'M '. ,tt in-4 xx My ,Af 1 . fy - ,A,L'N.s. 'YL , Efxgf' Qi, -A3-in, A 4- 'Ak is 1 ' , .- , , 4 ,321 ff!-. .',,..,f-. 'Wfgg 1 f P ,' . . ,i F 'V .iihir pc, ,Lil 1,1 !.,,,eifq,.f,,',:,l v Q W? Vw- X .i i ff - 1' 'Z iff' -A Af. 'i-wif, 12-1,ff'?f'7"l'M -'ELI ."a7.u"ffS. f11 iv. A IO mon men I J' ic- 'i'.,'55i-in--'if.-:fm.u --M, yur' w -,,'2'gf?'--1351,-a ' . L "' 0 .K-4 ,HJ - -:13.- ,- Blast Way to l O-7 Season . ' , ' i .v -. .ff ' , .- .. . .WE ',g,. .v I- - -s,t,,-a 1 ' -.- "YL,---.. 1 , N ,"' if -,il LA- ".--iz ' 'Iggy ,-9' V , - - A - -nf' -. -f ... ., 7'- '-A -.if , ---'-,-L -X "- fa- ' ' ' ,Q y J qw. "YYY 'Fay' 'f':. . 'J'-A ' ':-11. L: 1: ff, 532 1 fel., f T' t""F-5,-511 ff Vs- x- 9253 - .-. ,f P f A IX V In I . - ,, . , 1--wif R, K 1' X i if ,wifizf J 00lhu1.Q,v.-asm,-,uf,'g ' V- ' H I Q14 J' 1 ' . V1 i .W g ul'-C :SA . sf, ' ' ,f-gr ..1'1,f,. '- H X, -. ' ' 'W sw ,W"'i"' Jr W' 'f t ' ,i f. .- ,sf -f f- if-, - -M ,A u 'v-..-gym. n,..,4,.,, ,Q , I A 05. , s P' X. f' .. t aww!!! 12 f 1 ,., ,pr Q- bin-wmv xx., ' f . f i , - -f , - 4- -. -.,.-,g .4 ?4A.,,,,.X xi X w we I , A L Nyuoy ,A t A vm, -X. Q I, 1 A , V .1 - - . , l L '?,:.'1,J,' . --I . , -f v ,ff 1' -',,,-4 ' ,V . . I , It 1 A-as VC. i ' . 1 , ,, H ff.. ,N fs' IA- uf, 3 vm I 'A . Jr ,l,,,, .tw ds , - 'A -'willow' -7- Eg.-s J r . . -13:-':.a-2-fv. Q2--5-'!f.as'f-f' .. . f' ..f-f-..,,:,- . -s . - Ffa' 'l -. li!-' '--gli"-uf-,.. -"3 - ,exit ' '- .ff -4'--' " -asf' -4 -cg... 4- ' '- " 1 f 1 ',-ls. , l- v 'wr :,L-,ugyln b Ace relief pitcher, Pat Newton, winds up to throw to o Provine batter. f.,, ,,,,.-ff-f . mf - . we- - - With several lettermen returning, the Mustang base- ball squad posted another winning season with a 10-7 record. Led by All-City choices, Mike Callender, Jimmy Carr, Bill Pleasant, and Coker Palmer, the hard-hitting Ponies blasted their way to fourth place in the Murrah Servian Tournament. In this double elimination tourna- ment, the Ponies beat St. Joseph and Clinton but lost to the Central Tigers and the Provine Rams. Losing to Forest Hill in the consolation game, the Mustangs placed fourth while the Tigers won the tournament without a defeat. In Murrah's first inter-city encounter, Provine dumped the Ponies 4-l. The Mustangs did not have any better luck against Central as the Tigers walloped Murrah 6-3. Playing the Rams forthe third time, the Mustangs blanked Provine in fine fashion with a score of 2-0. ln the last intra-city game, the Mustangs lost a close one to Central. The 4-2 score clinched the City Champion- ship for Central, and the Ponies tied for second with Provine. Murrah's l964 team was led in the hitting depart- ment by Left Fielder Jimmy Carr. Carr won the team batting championship with an average of .3-40. Ken Robinson provided the power for the Mustangs as he belted four homeruns, including one grand slam. Hurl- ing against some of the toughest teams in the state, Pitcher Coker Palmer ended the season by winning half of the Mustangs' games with a record of five wins and three losses. K ff fmss ' f 5 ' sf rf - " . . . X 2 Front Row: Callender, Carr, Palmer, G. Drennan, Griffith, Robinson, Clement, Bass, B. Pleasant. Second Row: Coach Davis, Lieb, Goodrich, White, Spauld- ing, Turman, Newton, Weems, Brady, Coach Rogers. Third Row: Richards Bynum, Robinson, Mosal, Thames, Radulski, Ozier, Swanson. Fourth Row: S I il f P- i - Pleasant, manager, Allen, Nickles, B. Russ, manager, R. Russ, manager, Dunn D. Drennan, Coker, Sharp. Fifth Row: Fulghum, Bradford, Reid, Hall, Wyatt, Eddleman, Strickland, l.oflin, Minor. Center fielder Jimmy Carr crosses first base after bang- ing out a single against St. Joseph. Ponies Blank Rams Tie for Second in City Third Baseman Rick Bass takes a cut during batting practice. Coach Tom Rogers, Head Coach Kermit Davis, and Team Captain Bill Clement talk over game plans before playing Central, the City Champions. M1522 115 a . tl x slw L.. to qc L-. 995 feoig! ' v 4 B' 9 ,O 1, .Of ,Age 9 0 4 via' Bill Finger takes a serve before District tournoment- Erskine Wells and Anne Burwell captured the state mixed doubles championship Wells waits to return a serve. Murrah's l964 tennis team, coached by Mr. M. B. Hunter, had two of its members return from the State Tennis Tournament with a first place trophy. Anne Burwell and Erskine Wells defeated Laurel for the state mixed doubles championship. Anne and Erskine also placed first in the District 6 tourney, qualifying them to compete in the state finals. Keeping in practice during the summer months, Anne and Erskine along with Peggy Tomlin, another A-team member, won ' f t fjlfef first places in the Jackson Jaycee-sponsored tennis tournament. - 'i Wffii' 4. :qw M Q, ' I " Ts ' P. grvyu'--vg, I 'N-. if . ,. . fa. wh, 1 Concrete, a racket, and sun are three of the requirements that Mr. M. B. Hunter has set for his winning team. Practice, practice, practice, and hope for a better day. E . I 6 v 'iffy 0 l v 116 S , 3 Donme Puckett Ralph Stllllons Mike Statham Mike McCall Garland Lyle R0bir1S0r1, Lee Covington ond Donnie Strange compose the 1964 Mustang Bryan Barksdale G Wht B b S ll ' ' ' ' reg I e 0 u Ivan Bull Howard Bobby Lowery Gary golf team which won the Cnty Championship. Linksters Take City Capture Second in Big-8 The Mustang golf team, by beating Provine and Cen- tral, easily took the City Championship for the third straight year. Senior Bobby Lowery and Junior Donnie Strange paced the Ponies to victory by shooting low scores of 78 in the tournament. Coming in second in the Big 8 Tournament, the Murrah foursome of Bill Howard Bob Sullivan, Lowery and Strange lost to rival Meridan by only five strokes. Again Strange led the attack with an even par of 67-73. The Ponies won one other match when they defeated Vicksburg. I Losing by only five strokes, this foursome of Lowery, Strange, Sullivan and Howard placed second in the Big Eight Tournament in Meridian. :- I V ..g. , 'Y X' 4 vs, - Q , ' I .- f K " Q, . X 9 'dsx' A M" " ' A atm. 1" Q xt 'W' iii ' All " u I , X., P rv ' Q, . ."K'ff'c mjfh- " -1' ,L , vp.. iff- .zsnfg 2.12.-'k 353 9 -. 4- 1--f w- . N-..' -n" - . ' - lv '. -J, M '. .Q--, ??4 Xu - l .Nr - gkgx ' Q fs". ' 2-ivrx, ,, ,, -f-ff, ' 1.1-f 5. ,Z fr g w 1.1,-ny V. V A, if - we , 1 '- , n - N . - . L V V55 'V -ifgfd 5 'X ff- . L. wwf qt ! - - r-'11, 'W xl f ,x3:1,w . Y--Q Q . .A .. sgz,f1w ' ,,1 , -4: F li, x .f 5-Q r' -V .- . Ma e , 2, .- 4 . . S. '24 .ff ' ' Nlxim-1 '-'Ex wf ' - 154,31 - bay-pw :gf 5, 1. 'fu -if -hi v V-'P , . -x,- ,gf . I Q-J, -1,-9 V., 7 ,fbkfw 14:2 , k xnf u lx -.'5Qgf.g, - a x ffrgqf. Q. X 31:- Q " 14,115 HI.-s', 3." ' 'Q ' 'I . ,-- , 'j M ,pi -T g .. . 'L 47 : iff, s 1 0 K --A x-A -Q, .uw 55 J j 1, 1, ,J fl TT r m::.1.L r.- f.,, Ag, 1 fp V V .QQ ,M Mx N4 , H, .N V L " 4 - f Igxfgg ig -23,1934 ,,,5f.?:, gg, r.. fg jrgf H52 Q',,kTY 7, . r.. . gryggivi f NV 'x--ffifbf ' '-w ,-im 4 1 33.631, fi-5 24 X 3-P5132 'L -Mp gh 9:-W. L ' -FQ , 4516 0 , Y - x,.xL-ik. xi -r 1 :QE '11 X - . 3 - f, ' -5'-1.,1,,q1?1,11f.1 H wf 53"-'Th ' g. 'A -. ' ' 'fx in 1 x,j.",,'x'q ,- CLASSES ng, s-XRM... gli-,.,, 'x Leading the Senior Class during Its final and exciting year are officers Ralph Vance, president Curry A. B. Albritton Steve Alderman Clinton Alexander Janet Alexander Stacy Alexander Deane Allen Glynda Allen Newton Allen Randy Allen Wayne Alsobrooks Buddy Ammons Steve Asher McMurry, vice president, Gwen McCharen, secretary, and Tommy Moore, reporter. Carol Ann Augustus Cathie Bailey Sherry Baker Rick Bass Lamar Beacham Fred Beard Sankky Bell Hoppy Bennett Walter Berman Fran Betley Joy Biggs Freda Black Seniors, at last, willingly accepted the privileges and responsibilities that accompanied the class's position as leader of the school. The class strove to exemplify school spirit for others to emulate: by fol- lowing the football team to Vicksburg and Tupelo, and by support- ing the basketball, baseball and track teams. The Murrah talent show engaged the Senior Class in activities, both in front of and be- hind the scenes. Sponsoring the election of a Cherry Blossom King and Queen, the class helped finance the band's trip to Washington, D.C. As the year reached its climax, senior parties began. After taking the myriad of tests necessary for college applications, college- bound seniors nervously awaited final decisions on admission. At last, after struggling through final exams, the class reached the apex ofa high school career-graduation-and recalled memorable events of high school: the first day at Murrah, the first football game, the first homecoming, the year the football and basketball teams won the North Big Eight championship, the first Sophomore Orientation Program, school evaluation, class rings, student body elections, and a realization of what it meant to be a part of Murrah. Although sad- dened bythe thought of parting with old friends, the class looked forward with anticipation to the different challenges and opportuni- ties and new friends of later life. 121 Nancy Blankenship Jerry Blount Beverly Bone Bill Bowling Charles Brame Randy Breland Ann Brockman Mike Brooks Anne Brown Carla Brown Linda Brown Suzan Brown Joan Brummeh' Becky Bryant Sissy Buford Andrew Bumpas Linda Burgeis , , Q EEFQ 'iliif' fi '-.5 ' -' ' ' X 'SALT K Q- v:' ' We .Y ' - - is N 1- Gebby Burleson Bobby Burnslein Jim Burwell Peggy Bush ,, Jw Ken Carver Lucy Cavefl Bailey Chandler Berf Butler Rita Cabaniss Martha Caldwell Mike Callender , M, !6 nn, ., I "Whaf's the mailer Virginia Anne, I thought that you were most afhletic?" laughs Joy Biggs during one of their few dull moments at the supply store. 123 i Cynthia Chandler Larry Chapman Larry Chapman Ronald Chapman Jimmy Cheatham Sharon Clem Bill Clement Bobby Clements Beverly Cloud Joan Cole Reggie Cole it . tix Y . Dreamy-eyed Gebby Burleson, portraying the cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle from "My Fair Lady," sings "Wouldn't It Be Loverly?" in the Murrah variety show. 124 Lynn Coleman Chuck Collins Lucy Conner Charles Conniff Cornelia Cook Heywood Cooper Carol Corrofhers Vicki Cowserf Upperclassmen Display Theatrical Talents Hana ui Kay Davis Emmie Dement Susan Deter Bill Dollarhide Janis Doolittle Susan Dove George Drennan Dea Duckworth Renee Dunn nf '25 Q X n. Gym Classes Develop Sport Enthusiasts 126 Anne Eisenberg Dot Ellis Sherry Enochs Allan Evans Billy Faries Sandra Farish Dale Ferber Bill Fleming .3 Bill Forlier Dianne Fowle Marion Francis . .wwvwm -Ti: , , ref . 1, 1 r A"A f ' ' Q " ' , .L., X 0 ', 2' is 'A" by L, sv 5-' I , K r a r , ,f W Q I j f y gl ep ,.: 1 - E Z ? 1 "Where is the caddy?" ask Gee Gee Gillespie, Linda Burgeis, Virginia Anne Jones, Libby Millice, Patti Jones, Kathy Rice, Glyncla Allen, and Connie Primos, going out for a game of golf during their sixth period physical education class. Janice Frank Mac Fulghum Paul Fulmer Carol Gardner Peie Gales Barbara Gaflin Jan Gayden Linda Gibson 127 Melinda Gllfoy Gee Gee Gillespie 1 N .X ikxlg, "Did the Romans eat fried chicken?" wonder seniors Janice Frank Carol Hederman Paul Minor Rick Bass, and Glynda Allen, while enioying the festive Lahn banquel Jimmy Gipson Andrea Godwin Bobby Godwin Annehle Golden Betty Goodyear Virginia Gorum Bruce Gray Robert Gregory Jimmy Griffith Don Guild Mac Haley Cecie Hall Charles Hames Cindy Hanes Bobby Hardin Tommy Hardy Shelly Harrington Kay Hafhorn John Hawkins Dianne Head Billy Heaney Ken Heard Bob Hearin Sherry Heath Carol Hederman Eleanor Hederman Hap Hederman Jan Hederman Cecil Heidelberg Latin Scholars Enjoy Roman-Sfyle Banque? 129 Barbara Heilbroner Glenn Helman Vicki Hendershol Julie Hendrick Cindy Hewitt Mary Hill Wallace Hinds Martha Hines Beffy Hifi Jim Hifi Mary Douglas Hobart Gayle Hollingsworth Charles Hooker Frances Hooker Eric Hoover Oliver Hord Paf Howie Jeanette Hudson Patricia Huettner Janie Hunnicutt Billy Hutcherson Sandra ldom Byron Inmon Linda Ivey Jack Jackson Donna Jameson Bennett Jennings Vicki Johnson Webb Johnson "'--ex, Double double toil and trouble," prophesy witches Peggy Bush, Andrea Godwin, Phyllis Tarter, Sandra Johnston Carol Jones and Alice Pierce, as they prepare for the downfall of Macbeth. A Cecelia Jones V l Literary Staffs Attend N.S.P.A. Convention Elizabeth Jones Janet Jones Patti Jones Sandra Jones Virginia Anne Jones Robert Karnes Pamela Keller Steve Kelly Gerry Kent Susan Kile Ed King Gretchen Kirk Barbara Krieger Pat Kyle Laney Lackey Van Lackey QQ 132 Phil Lieb Anne Lipscomb Jimmy Long Annette Lopez 133 Alicia Landrum Roy Langston Sunny Langston Nancy La Rue Phil Lawrence Randy Lawrence Steve Lawrence Scott Lawyer Martha Ledlow Virginia Lee Scott Levanway De Ann Lewis "And they all lived happily ever after," coos Mr. Hu Brockman and Ralph Vance on the way to Chicago. nter to Ann Hettie Love Mark Love Bobby Lowery Carolyn Lowery Walter Lydick Margaret Mackey Billy Maclennan Ray Maddox Class Advisers Outline Senior Year Activities Wm 'X Chuck Magee Marshall Magee Janey Maiure David Mann Davis Manning Fred Marks Tommy Marland Sally Martin Tony Matthews ..l. Roy Maxwell Ann May Lamar May Sherry McAlilly Mike McCall Judy McCarfy Gwen McCharen Larry McCool Alsfon McDill Bill McDonald Anne McDonnell Bill McDonnell Virginia McGehee Charlene Mclnfosh "And daf's how mein grandfadder told me," quips Mr. Hall to Miss Kilpatrick as Senior Class sponsors ponder the difficulties of graduation aciiviiies. I i - gi-Qi . ,- - ,ew .- if if V. .ms , li 3 135 AQLA 2 M M f is J KU-44.-4+-..-W Q I X X .3 1 "tial Anticipating busy, but fun-filled days, senior Julie Seibels signs her date Maiure, Peggy Bush, and Joy Biggs anxiously await their chances for on the social calendar, as Frances McMurtray, Betty Goodyear, Janie selecting preferred party dates. Jimmy Mclntosh Jack Mclntyre Mike Mcllwain Barksdale McKay Virginia McKeown Curry McMurry Frances McMurtray Elise McNees Mickey Meek Mary Louise Methvin Boots Metz Tim Michael 136 Sarah Moore Tommy Moore Linda Morris Sara Morris Pat Morton Glenn Mouton Lelia Mullen Linda Mullen Chris Myers ,,l, , H C P f lg 1 l"4: C Libby Millice Sheila Milner Martha Ann Minor Paul Minor Nancy Montgomery Alan Moore Carol Moore Carol Ann Moore Social Calendar Creates Rush and Excitement 137 Jitsu i erm., Ball of Seasons Presents Gay Senior Maids gg. Ed Myers Skippy Nord Keifh Neal Nancy Nelms Rush Nefferville Robert Nevels Mike Nicholson Pamela O'Connor Bill O'Mara Ellen O'Neal Clint Owen LaRue Owen Margaret Owens Troy Parkinson Henry Pale Jimmy Pearson Johnny Peet Ellen Pennick Charles Pennington David Pepper Natalie Peters Bettie Phelps Claire Phelps Alice Pierce Jimmy Pinnix Henry Pittman Cheri Pitts Pat Place Joe Platt Participating In the annual Carnival Ball, Melinda Gilfoy, Clair Phelps become princesses of fall, spring, winter and sum a nd mef. 2 Dianne Powell A A' Anne Powers lu. Jack Pratt Chesley Price ' r 'WH Pot Price Connie Primos Andy Pryor Donald Puckett .glial Li'l Abners and Daisy Moes "do the dog" to the exotic music of the Imperials at their first senior dance, the dog patch. John Putnam Tommy Quaka Ginger Ragsdale Douglas Randall 140 Sharon Ray John Redus Susan Reed Wally Reynolds Kathy Rice Dogparch Dance Launches Senior Parry Series Becky Rodgers Johnnie Rodgers Brenda Roell Rod Russ Michael Richey Sandra Richmond Tony Riddle Bob Ridgway Evelyn Roberts Wayne Robertson Ken Robinson Susie Robinson 141 . VX? If 'l 4. Q Spirited Rivalry Inspires Artistic Door Contest All Larry Sanders Joe Schmeltzer Frances Scott David Seabrook Bill Seale Clant Seay Julie Seibels Susan Selman Nancy Senseman Danny Shearer Sidney Sherwood Margie Sides Albert Simmons Gail Singleton Jan Singleton Dorothy Smith Lillian Smith Orell Smith Robbie Smith Elwood Sneed Judy Sollek Shirley Sorenson Charlie Sorrells James Spencer Sherry Stamper Cherry Starr Karl Stauss Suzanne St. Clair Chuck Steadman Dale Steen Terry Stenzel 143 ig r ,l Ovfgr'-Md" s ' Dui J 1x25 ,ini F, :vmn ltgiih S2,3,..,.?QC Ph-T' fir, D 19Vf 5 Qglxgj margin lf 'gl lv ,L V f:,uJQi2't vhrifwisiwv-, .. ' H i 3 iii VA :ggjf 1 A , 1 ,r,. S J i 'i V , x ,.,.r:,fjg-,L-31, .425 4. 4' 51 , A ,Hi ' f-jy35.,:.j" :Ii ij:-F3?'jl-,Q Q 3 Q si R 6-6 With Mr. Chaucer as coach, homeroom 125 won first prize in the "Beat Provine" door decoration contest. Working were DeAnn Lewis, Peggy Bush, Lynn Coleman and Alice Pierce. M 111 v ! 'Af' 41,-FLW a , 4 . l D f., lv."l4 0 , i fy J y "Well, Bob, it cloesn't look like you are going to have much choice about coronation dance Vicki Hendershot a hopeful candidate watches anx whom to vote for," tease Margie Sides, Sandra Richmond, and Ginger iously, determined that Bob s vote will be placed inthe box Switzer as Bob Ridgway tries to cast his vote for king and queen ofthe JL.. Johnny Stevens Jon Stewart Bobby Still Sue Stillions Dan Stockton Sandra Stringer Sue Stringer Don Sullivan Sybil Swan Lynn Swanson Mary Lee Sweat Ginger Switzer 144 Phyllis Tarfer Jeanne Taylor Leyman Tedford Reanell Thayer Kay Thompson Robert Tibbeffs Ann Tillman Jim Trunzler Terry Trussell Toni Tucker Kay Turbeville Ralph Vance John Van Devender David Vaughan Margaret Virden Butch Wailes Larry Waldrup Senior Class Casts Dimes for Candidates 145 Bill Wallace Gail Wallace Tommy Wallace lva Walton Delbert Wann Libby Ware Robert Warren James Watkins Rita Whatley Jim White George Williams Jimmy Williams Johnny Williams D'Leese Williamson Jane Wilson Julie Wilson Laurean Wilson Senior Milestone Culminates Memorable Year 14-6 wp.. John Winbigler Joe Wise Mike Wolfe Alvin Word Doug Wright William Wrighf Don Wrighfon Johnny Yarborough Joanne Yarbro Anne Yerger 147 President Walter Berman leads seniors from the stage for the last time affer Class Day honors have been awarded. .H Susan Bradshaw Dan Brady Behy Jean Brame Debbie Brann Borden Brister Barbara Brooks Beverly Brooks Ben Brown Karryn Beth Brown Paula Brown Carolyn Bruno Robert Bryan Judi Buck Jill Buckingham Debby Bullard Tim Bullard Becky Bullen Bob Bullock John Bullock Mary Jane Burch Ned Blake Pat Boggan Nancy Boggs Carolyn Bondie Tucker Bonner Diane Borthwick Candy Boutwell Bev Bowen Tommy Bowers Trish Bradley Avid Journalists Attend NSPA Convention Colleen Carr Jim Carr Ronnie Burkett Jim Burt Anne Burwell Johnny Buster Georgia Byars Hal Bynum Tommy Cabell Eddie Cain Dwight Callaway David Cameron 'DY "Smile, you're in the diner," quips Resume photographer John Underwood as he snaps Judi Buck and Dana Wilson clowning for the camera on their way to NSPA convention in Chicago. Bobby Carrier Phil Carson Caroll Casner Bill Casper Nancy Cates Walton Caughman Kathy Chandler Marlane Chill Cliff Chunn Darrelyn Clawson ,MR Recalling the day's excitement, Susan Overy and Tommy Sneed enioy a relaxed moment at the victory dance. 1' My 6-,Z ' fi KJ f A 1 Q Q . L , ,, I Y f ,fra 11 .ll Wanda Clay Richard Clayton Nancy Cline Tim Coker Bill Cole Charles Cole Robbie Cole Betty Cooper Joe Cooper Lynn Cornell Jerry Corns Beth Corum Donna Cowles Glenn Cox Nancy Crabtree Dick Crisler Nelson Cruthirds Kathleen Cummings Wesley Currie Jerry Dailey Cindy Dale .1w?1f?7"' Amr X' ., W Vlclory Dance Crowns Homecoming Events Denny Douglas Ed Douglas Diane Edwards Larry Edwards Paul Ellis Vickie Emmons Sylvia Enloe Lynn Evers DeDe Ewing Anita Falkenburg Brad Farber Janet Farr Sylvia Fealherslon Bill Finger Marlha Fontaine Sandra Daniel Kathy David Baird Davis Dana Davis Jo Ann Davis Joe Davis .lo Dawkins Don Dees Wilson Defore Bobby Denny Sue Dorris Tommy Dorsey Carol Ford Frank Ford Lynda Ford Ronnie Forman Pat Fortier Nancy Foster Ginger Fowler Johnny Fowler Mary Fowler Meredith Fox Rita Fraiser Margaret Frazier Robin Fulcher Danny Fulgham Hugh Furr Mike Gainey Tommy Gardner Pat Garrard Bill Garth Myron Gavant David Gholson Catherine Gibson Mickey Gibson Gordon Gober Rebecca Goddard Johnny Godwin Frank Goodman Active Juniors Pace Mustangs to Victory Hinky Hall Carol Ann Halliday Mike Hamilton Nancy Hand Gale Hargrove Mike Harper 4 ,.v. ..,v .,.'.,44,...,s-. -fi'-' 1:?4?fLf .:'1C". , 9 '- 3 " f . 'Q'7' S f " . y- ' ' ji . f . if l ' 'T' ,f ,my -. ' ff, , ' 24 ,ff f. '- ' lf , E, fi' 155 Edith Goodwill Sammy Goodwin Susan Gordon Darrell Graham Sammy Graham Sherry Grant Hannon Graves Connie Greco Susan Greenwell Steve Greer Marcia Griffin Pat Griffin Johnny Guyton Barbara Haas Joe Haley "Burdette, can you still breathe in there?" questions Paul Wilson, as he and Bryan Barksdale, dependable managers, take a break during fall football practice. While Hinky smugly watches her pay for a twirp date, Pat Twente quietly resolves that "next week will be your turn to pay again. Bill Heslop l Parker Hills l Gray Hilsman Leo Hines Jimmy Hobson .i.i. Ames Hogan Dorothy Hopkins Ginna Hopkins Tommy Horner Janice Hotchkiss Jim Harris Darryl Hayes Chris Haynes Dan Heard Tim Helgeson Becky Hendrick Jim Hendrick Sandra Henson Lewis Herrington f 5 we? 'ffiw , ls Bobby Houston Phyllis Houston Ronnie Howard Sue Howard "ab Jane Hubbard f X7 ff! Wg, ff!! f f 156 Rickey Huff Judy Huffman Louise Huffman Alley Raye Hull Alpha Humble Twirp Week WW Keeps Junior Girls Busy mf I ,45,.,,4 l K Q J, iu ,iie J uss l s I Tommy lngels Mike Jacobs Sleve Jeffreys Linda Jobron Allen Johnson Cameron Johnson Costa Johnson Frank Johnson Karen Johnson Martha Ryburn Johnson Kerry Jones Mike Jones Sarah Jones B. J. Jordan Lurlean Jordan Martha Jordan Julie Jordy Joan Kerr Pai Kerr William Kessler Ray King 157 WM Ann Little Robbie Lloyd Mary Guy Lockhart Bill Lotterhos Lititia Lowe Frances Lowery Mack Lowery Edwin Lowther Lindo Luke Melissa Lutken Skipper Macdonald Sherry Macon Gene Manasco Jeff Mangin David Mangum -3' Frank Kirby Barbara Kirk Jack Kuespert Maud Kuykendall Fred Kyle Jan LaCoste Ann Lambdin Bill Lane Flo Lane David Lang Mary Lawson Peggy Lentz Margaret Lenz Greta Lewandowski Marilyn Lipscomb Susan McClintock Henry McClurg Gerald McDill Margaret McDill Frank McEachern Larry McKay Steve Mann Bob Mansell Lucy Marble Betsy Martin Jimmy Martin John Martin Mollie Martin Vicki Masopust Tricia May Eddie Mays Conner McAllister Dolton McAlpin Bob McAnulty Bob McCallum Frank McCann Middleclassmen Support Community Proiects "Give me some sugar, girls," puns Johnny Guyton to Jane Hubbard and Trish Bradley, volunteers in Jackson's SOS programs. Eleanor McKeithen Melinda McKinnon Vitrice McMurry Clarissa McNair Peggy McNair Beverly Meek Sandra Melton Carol Messer Johnny Meyer Kent Miller I wh ,T g U G 160 Sam Millstein Chester Mixon Charles Mobley Bette Montgomery Dick Montgomery Carolyn Moore Beverly Morgan Ed Morgan Nancy Morrow Terre Moskewitz Joanne Mosley Ann Neely Billy Nelson Don Nelson Mary Beth Nelson Cindy Netterville Mary Nettles Bettie Nevels Peggy Newell Richard Newquist . V Xfkggsi I is-1' , ' i T if 5 X V ' Counselors Pat Newton Cheryl Nichols Donald Nichols Jim Nickles Help Juniors Attain Goals "Bettye your PSAT scores show that you have a particular aptitude for design and constructiong therefore, l urge you to take advanced shop next year," counsels Miss Irene Breland to perplexed Bettye Turner. Randy Noone Bill Norton Candy Oden Terry Odom Joan Ogle Lynne Olson Kathy O'Neal Pamela O'Neal Malcolm Outlaw Newell Overby Susan Overy Patty Owen Coker Palmer Tweed Parker Gregg Parman Cathy Patterson Katherine Patterson .di 2' Fredda Portnoy Elta Posey Don Potts Jean Price Pam Priester Jim Primos Melinda Pryor Barbara Puckett Jerrill Pullen George Purvis Chuck Quarterman Eddie Quattlebaum Dixie Ragsdale Gretchen Rahm Butch Romsey Sandra Pearce Jane Pearson Paul Perry Rob Perry Bill Peterson Bill Petty Judi Phelps Jackie Pickel Danny Pigott Walter Pinkston Jamie Pittman Steve Pleasant Jay Porter Mike Porter Warren Porter Junior Class Hosts Seniors at Spring X Prom Aww f W Steve Randall Rocky Reddoch Richard Reed Sandra Reeves Joy Reynolds Pam Reynolds Eileen Rich Cindy Richards Wylie Richards William Richardson Bill Robertson Stokes Robertson Alden Robinson 2 Sherry Rodgers Donna Rogers Sally Fran Ross Betty Rowzee Beverly Runnells Linda Rusling Burdette Russ Mike Schurtz After posing cheerfully for the camerman, Junior Class Sponsors Mr. Lyon and Mr. McCarley exchange ideas for the approaching prom, hosted by the Juniors for the upperclassmen. Carol Ann Sciro Elizabeth Scott Sam Scott Sharon Scott Jeanne Seagle Linda Seale Ann Shaddock Gail Shank Jacqueline Shapard Kathy Sharp Pam Shelton Linda Sheppard Connie Shirley Henry Shorts Kathy Sides Kathy Simmons Bill Sims Pat Sims Peggy Sims Buzz Sissell Emily Sistrunk Billy Skelton Stanley Slaughter Kathy Small Randy Small Dana Smart Bobby Smira April Musical Features Talented Juniors lf, Jwwl ,X J, Allan Smith Anne Smith Bennett Smith Dave Smith Dorothy Smith Doyle Smith lndis-pensable to the production of any successful play is the stage lighting crew. Here Carl Summer, Dan Swearingin, and Scott Levanway direct a spot on a specialty number from "Bells Are Ringing." Tommy Sneed Steve Spaulding Phil Speake Frank Speetiens Diane Stage Carey Stark Earl Starnes Mike Statham Sam Stockeft Jenny Stone Susan Stone Lois Stortz Donnie Strange Susan Stribling Sheryl Strickland Endeavoring lo find the rools of a quadratic equalion, Nancy Fosler sadly concludes that "only the algebra book knows for sure." Linda Washburn Laurin Walras Bill Walson G. Weaver Robbie Webber Billy Weems .lim Wellborn Kenny Wells Melissa Wells Paul Wells Mary Alice Welty Scot? Wendelsdorf Judy Weslhofer Lana Whatley Larry While Ben Whilfield Steve Wilburn Billy Wiley Patsy Wilkinson 'Q Brenda Williams Butch Williams Final Exams Close Eventful School Year Bill Wise Bill Withers Bing Witty Jimmy Wohlgemuth James Woods Susan Woodward Betty Wooldridge Jesse Wooten Gail Wray Bill Wright George Wright Jimmy Wroten Scott Young Sherry Zeagler Chip Williams Kathy Williams Kay Williams Morris Williams Perry Williams Sherry Williams Carl Wilson Dana Wilson Paul Wilson Lee Wiltshire Jane Windels Sue Windsor l l "Got a dirty car? We'll give you 'service with a smile'," say Soph- omore Class Officers Charles O'Mara, vice-president, Mike Coker, presi- dent, Bo Bowen, reporter, and Earl Fyke, secretary, as they hold a prac- tice session to see if a car wash would make a profitable class proiect After a few cars, a few hours, a few blisters, the idea was forgotten. . sw, J .5 K ., lf?" V , . his f gel f I Ai fx it .'.,,.' 4 Sophomore Class Elects All Male Foursome Excitement, memories, and frustration filled the sophomore year as 56l lowerclassmen managed to delay the lunch lines and overcrowd the halls. Extra classrooms were even added to accommodate the grand number. Proudly the class claims two important firsts-sophomore members of Mu Alpha Theta and champions of girls' basketball. "Bells Are Ringing," "Time Out for Murrah," football and bas- ketball games, a cake sale, a car wash, and the band trip to the Cherry Blossom Festival were all a significant part of the sophomore curriculum. John Adams Walter Adsit Mike Allen Vennie Allen Iggy Ashby Becky Ator Nancy Babb t M we, I Sue Barnes Emelie Barton f W' Johanna Bass 170 John C. Adams Joyce Aeschliman Billie Jean Aldy Gordon Alexander Cheryl Ammons Van Anderson Charles Arnold Gayle Ashford Gaines Augustus Mary Ann Axley Margie Baddley Melanie Barksdale Glenda Barnett Martha Barnett David Bowling Nancy Bowling Lanny Bradford Judy Brasher Sandra Breland Jeanne Bridges Roger Brock Ronnie Brooks Donald Brown Penny Brown Richard C. Brown Richard H. Brown Sharon Brown Celia Brunson Cindy Brunson Jo Bryan? Ree Bryant Steve Buchanan Manuel Bueno Priscilla Buie Barbara Burke Mary Ruth Burke David Burnham Judy Burwell Edward Baucom Bobs Beach Susan Beach Kalhy Bell Mary Lou Bennett Randy Berg Martha Bergmark Befh Bible Ronnie Blaine Judy Blake Parry Blanks Lorelei Blanton Jan Bledsoe Don Blythe Sylvia Booth Linda Boudreaux Bo Bowen Terry Bowers ,un wif 'Q 'VY' Orientation Offers Newcomers Confidence Karen Case Clin? Caveff Linda Chapman Sue Childs Sieve Chusfz Mary Louise Cissna Charles Clark Billy Clayfon Jane Cleland Marilyn Cohen Mike Coker Coley Coleman Foster Collins Bill Colmer Susan Cone Judy Conly Joan Conn Mike Connelly P' "vQ June Burwell Becky Bush Pal Bush Camille Butler Charmaine Butler Hal Butts QP , Robert Byrd Wallace Byrd Lucy Cain John Caldwell Becky Callaway Cindy Callender l Cliff Camp Ric Cannada Hugh Cantrell Malcolm Carmichael Neal Carney Larry Carpenter Jon Carler Richard Carlledge Www ,fm Mary Ann Conner Buddy Cook Greg Cook Peggy Cook George Copeland James Cordell Karen Corns Linda Cotten Jimmie Courson Cathy Covington Lynn Cowan Jimmy Crell Peggy Crews John Currie Lynne Curtis Dianne Daniel Paula Daniel Dana Daniels Vickie Darling Marilyn Davis Pam Davis Peggy Davis Sara Davis David Day Penny Deaton David Dean Jan Denman Beth Denton Dan Deter Sandy Donahue Jam: Donley Tommy Doolittle Students listen to Joe Wise during Sophomore Orientation as he assures them of trying work full schedules, and an unbelievable number of extra-curricular activities. , ,Y,, , , . E, , -af Fm .xxx 'Ne scsi F at ix X T 4 .. X 'X '1 5 I Q, .1 A fearful thought flashes into the bewildered minds of Shirley Morrison and Sherry Travis as they unwillingly receive their first "Come now!" note from Mrs. Meyer's office, an experience most sophomores try to avoid. David Farlee Nancy Files Roy Finger Harriet Fitts Sally Fleming Sara Foose 174 Mark Dortch Dave Downing Dink Drennan Dennis Duke Michael Dukes Charles Dunn David Dunn Bill Eddleman Barbara Ann Edwards Donna Edwards Raynor Edwards Steven Edwards Billy Egbert Johnny Egbert Susan Lee Einhaus Frankie Ellzey Karen Enochs Billy Ethridge Kathy Evans Jesse Ewell Polly Ewert Janet Ewing William Ezelle Hap Farber Pam Fortenberry Billy Foshee Anne Foster Ariel' Foster Lynn Fox Roslyn Frank C. E. Frazier Alison Freeman Bill Fulmer Earl Fyke Nan Gainey Vicki Gates Adrianne Gear Robert Germany Beverly Gibson Caroline Gilliland Don Gladney Pat Glaze Lowerclassmen Adiust to New Life at Murrah Danny Glover Wanda Gober Jimmy Goodin Jeff Goodrich Carl Gordon Patrick Graham David Gray Doug Gray Raymond Grenfell John Gross Phyllis Gunter Ann Hall Brad Hall Elaine Hall Pam Hall Marguerite Hampton Becky Hanes Donie Hanna David Hardy Scott Hardy Brenda Harpe Bill Harper Martha Lou Harrell Martha Ann Harrelson Lucile Harris Larry Hari Lu Ann Hayes Charlie Head Jane Hearn Erik Hearon Gail Hederman Zach Hederman Mary Lou Helfrich Kenneth Helman Nancy Hollingsworth Linda Hoover Jack Hopkins Anne Hord B. B. Hosch Bill Howard Randy Howard Don Howie Ben Hughes Hal Humphrey Jimmy Hunfer Rober1a Hunter Morning Classes Challenge Eager Siudenfs Linda Helms Archie Henderson Paul Hendrix Mary Delle Herlong Bob Herman David Hester Harry Hefheringfon Tony Hewiff Horace Hines Linda Hines Cindy Hiserman Susan Holder ff. j ,f 13 ' 1 ,ww -'ff' f , , X j? '9 1 ,z if 1 7 X fr-Q f f W 6 . -44' 1.. ny,,,,,' VV if? 2Qk7 y. VVVA 4 , 1 I f , '. r'.M,.j , .I V, ,, .,g 01 gfa, ', WQg7,r ' ' , , Z ff, , in 'V ,f .S 4 Laura Lee Jordan Denny Jordy Shirley Karsfens Charlie Kelly Claire Kelly Bev Kennedy Margaref Keough Al Keveryn Judy Kilgore Rivers King Tammy Krause Ruth Krieger Stephen Kyle Linda Labhart W A' Lloyd Hurlon Martha lnmon Larry lvey Ronnie Ivey Linda lvy Rebecca Jackson Jennifer Jenkins Spencer Jenkins Camille Johnson Charles Johnson Christy Johnson Billy Johnsfon Bill Janes Bob Jones Charlton Jones Kendall Jones Ransom Jones Roger Jones Early morning class presents trying math problems to Bill Searighl, Hal Swanson, and Tom Woods Bill Lenoir Frances Lenz Tom Lester John Lockhart Mark Loflin Linda Loper Lucy Love Shirley Lowe Buddy Lowry Linda Luke Cathy Lundy Isabel Lutken Carl Lackey Karen Lagerson Tommy Land Emily Lansdell Richard Largent Mike Laseter Ford Lassiter Patsy Lefoldt Georgia Lemon "Does she actually expect us to read this Chinese Journal?" questions Shirley Karstens as Karen Lagerson, Penny Deaton, Merry Matthews, Billy Johnston, Kyle Sours, and Martha Bergmark stare alarmingly and wonder where they will find a Chinese dic- tionary in the few minutes before the bell rings. Lorraine Lutrick 178 Garland Lyell Marsha Lynch Chris Maher Bess Maley Claude Maley Colvin Mann Jeanne Marbury Lloyd Marshall Carolyn Martin John Martin Ken Martin World Brings Ori Histo ry en'r to Classroom Linda Mason Karen Massey Merry Maffhews Bobby Maxwell Allen May Carolyn Mayfield Jeanie Mayo Myra Mays Debbie McAlilly Gwen McAlilly Bruce McArthur Barry McCleave Sfewarl McCollum Karen McCool Linda McCoy Danny McDaniel Frances McDowall Gibby McEachern Frances McEwen Margie McGee Peggy McGehee David McGowan Ginny Mcllwain Bill Mclnnes Paul McKee Norton Mclieigney Ellen McLean George McMurry Richard McRae Barbara Meador Rod Meeks Danny Meiia Corky Meredith Kathy Middleton Bob Miller Cynlhia Miller Sherri Miller Jo Lynn Milling Copper Mills George Milsfed Jeff Minor Don Mifchell Linda Milchem Ronnie Molpus Leon Monroe Ed Montgomery Pat Moody Bubba Morgan Red Morgan Tifa Morrison lf X it 21 u In av ' .I K f 'ff' X Class Advisers Encourage Sophomore Proiecfs i'ie 1 'lr A ' ' '79 'M is David Mosal Rockie Mounday Chris Mounger Bill Mullen Donnie Nabors Mary Ann Neely Toni Neely Kathy Neil Marlin Newcomb Becky Newman Sue Nicholson Dick Noel Johnny Noel Mike Noone Charley Northern Gloria Norville Pal Oates Jerry Oliver Charles O'Mara Charles Ozier Tom Pace Martha Packer Lynne Parham Susan Pearson Sharon Pennick Sharmain Perkins Class sponsors, Mrs. Martha Parvin and Mrs. Mary Ann McAllister, confirm sug- gested activities for the sophomore cake sale and car wash. 1' it FI X Woodie Reaves Evelyn Reed Gaylen Regan George Reid Joanna Reynolds Debbie Rhodes Pat Rials Nancy Rice Bruce Ridgway David Ringenberg Cathy Ritchie Dottie Ritter .194 I . V, .,.,, 5' -,v. fr n My 1- f" 44 25193 "'1 A , .f of M- .zu . iii .mf Nancy Peters Dudley Phelps Sara Phelps Bill Phillips Paul Phillips Vicki Phipps Jerry Pickel Brenda Place Jimmy Ponder Charles Pope Dianne Pope Terry Price John Privette Penny Pugh John Purvis Courtenay Pyles Darden Quin Lynne Ragland Johnny Ragsdale Cecilia Ratliff Sandra Ray Woody Reagan Pha Jean Temple Mary Kaye Thayer Tommy Thompson Jim Throckmorton Gene Tillman Ingrid Toler Sherry Travis Lenora Trussell Billy Tyson John Underwood Pam Upshaw Dorian Van Devender Caroline Vaughan Ricky Venturini Linda Kay Young Wayne Young Ann Walker Olivia Walker Marion Wall Mark Wall Anne Wallace Gail Walsh Tommy Walton Jerry Ward Myra Ward Susan Ware r -in' 'Gi x Q5 Graduated Sophs Celebrate School Closing Jackie Warner George Warriner Steve Watkins Stu Watkins Becky Watson Richard Weatherly Julia Webb Sherry Webb Bonnie Weifenbach Harry Weir Gail Welborn Kanet Welch 184 "School's Out!" shout jubilant sophomores Jerry Oliver, Brad Hall, and Red Morgan as the last day of school ends. JZ? Erskine Wells Brooks Werkheiser Donnie Whigham Diana White Greg White Nancy White Lucy Whitsett Nan Wideman Kent Wilkinson Dell Williams Gene Williams Shirley Williams Steve Williams Allan Wilson Glen Wilson Jimmy Wilson Johnny Wilson Don Wimberly Alton Windsor Nat Wise Charles Wilt Rob Womack George Woodliff Tom Woods Ann Woolley Lynda Word Percy Wray Cindy Wright John Wright Lee Wyatt ADAMS, Alice-Homeroom officer 1,2,35 MAG, NHS 2,35 Thespian 35 Murrah Miss 2,35 Sopho- more Orientation leader 35 All-Star basketball, volleyball 1,2,3. ADCOCK, David-National Merit Finalist 35 De- bate team 3. AIRHART, Jake-Baseball 1,25 Squad leader 25 Audio-Visual 1,25 Hunting and Fishing 3. ALBRITTON, A. B.-Homeroom president 15 Hoofbeat staff 2,35 Quill and Scroll 35 Basket- ball, Baseball 1,25 Safety Council representative 1,2. ALDERMAN, Steve-Squad leader 15 Class champions in football 1,25 Audio-Visual 15 Hunt- ing and Fishing 2,3. ALEXANDER, Clinton-Cheerleader 1,2,35 Hoof- beat staff 2,35 Thespian 2,35 Homeroom officer 2,35 Homecoming Maid 3. ALEXANDER, Janet-Scenic Design 1,2,3. ALEXANDER, Stacy-Theatre Guild Member 1, 2,35 Tennis team 1. ALLEN, Deane-Club president 35 Librarian 1,2, 35 Murrah Miss 35 Safety Council representative 3. ALLEN, Glynda-Homeroom reporter 25 Squad leader 15 Make-up 15 Scenic Design 2,3. ALLEN, Newton-Basketball 1,2,35 "M" Club 3. ALLEN, Randy-Homeroom secretary 25 Class champions in football 15 Lighting Club 1,2,3. ALSOBROOKS, Wayne-Audio-Visual 1,25 Jun- ior Historical Society 3. AMMONS, Buddy-Hunting and Fishing 3. ASHER, Steve-Stage Craft 3. AUGUSTUS, Carol Ann-MAS, NHS 2,351.1- brarian 1,2,35 Squad leader 1,25 Honor letter 3. BAILEY, Cathie--Thespian 35 Squad leader 1,25 Class champions in basketball 2. BAKER, Sherry-Homeroom secretary 1,2,35 MAS, NHS 2, 35 Hoofbeat staff 1,2,35 Murrah Miss 2,35 Homecoming Court 25 Miss Junior Class. BASS, Rick-Homeroom president 1,25 National Merit Letter of Commendation 35 Baseball letter 1,2,35 Thespian 2,35 Squad leader 2,3. BEACHAM, Lamar-Hunting and Fishing 3. BEARD, Fred-Homeroom V-president 35 MAG, NHS 2,35 Football 2,35 Track 1,2,35 Honor Letter 3. BELL, Sankky-Make-up 1,2,3. BENNETT, Hoppy-Homeroom reporter 15 Squad leader 1,35 All-Star softball team 1,2,3. BERMAN, Walter-President of Student Body 35 Junior Class President5 Homeroom president 1, 25 Parliamentarian of MAO 35 Honor Letter 2,3. BETLEY, Fran-Squad leader 2,35 Make-up 1,25 Choreography 35 All-Star basketball team 3. BIGGS, Joy-Homeroom reporter 2,35 Murrah Miss 35 Honor Letter 35 Thespian 35 Supply Store worker 1,2,3. BLACK, Freda-Librarian 1,2,35 Squad leader 35 Make-up 15 Costume 2,3. BLANKENSHIP, Nancy-Club officer 15 Maior- ette 1,25 Squad leader 2,35 Librarian 15 All-Star basketball team, volleyball team 1,3. BLOUNT, Jerry-Club secretary 35 Murrah Singers 35 Jets Club 1,2. BONE, Beverly-Homeroom V-president 25 Club secretary 35 Make-up 1,35 Scenic Design 2. BOWLING, Bill-Football squad 1,35 Squad leader 1,35 Audio-Visual 1,25 "M" Club 3. BRAME, Charles-Band Member 15 Audio-Visual 1,3. BRELAND, Randy-Club reporter 25 All-Star team in all intramural sports 1,2,35 Winner of First Place National Poetry Award 25 Hunting and Fishing 1,2,3. BROCKMAN, Ann-Theatre Guild president 35 Five-star Thespian 2,35 Hoofbeat staff 35 Murrah Singers 2,35 Recipient of Little Theatre Award 3. BROOKS, Michael-Member of Hootenanny Group 35 Class champions in football 1,35 Stage Crew 2,3. BROWN, Anne-Murrah Singers 35 Office Worker 15 Theatre Guild Member 1,2,3. BROWN, Carla-Hoofbeat staff 2,35 Quill and Scroll 2,35 One-star Thespian 35 Squad leader5 Honor Letter 2,3. BROWN, Linda-Make-up 2,35 Homeroom sec- retary 3. BROWN, Susan-Theatre Guild secretary 35 Thespian 2,35 Best in dramatics lWho's Whol 35 Librarian 1,2,35 Hoofbeat staff 3. BRUMMETT, Joan-Librarian 1,2,35 Squad leader 3. BRYANT, Becky-Junior Historical Society 3. BUFORD, Sissy-Hoofbeat staff 35 All-Star bas- ketball team 2,35 Publicity 15 Make-up 2,3. BUMPAS, Andrew-Band Member 15 Honor Thespian 35 Thespian Society secretary 35 Sopho- more Orientation leader 25 Squad leader 2,3. BURGEIS, Linda-Thespian 35 Squad leader 3. BURLESON, Gebby-V-president of Thespian society 35 Murrah Singers 2,35 Cheerleader 35 Major role in maior production 2,35 Honor Thespian 3. BURNSTEIN, Bobby-Club treasurer 25 Class champions in softball 3. BURWELL, Jim-Speech class president 35.1.1165- pian 2,3. BUSH, Peggy-Homeroom secretary 25 One-star Thespian 35 Librarian 15 Squad leader 1. BUTLER, Bert-Stage Craft 25 Fly-Tying 3. CABANISS, Rita-Homecoming Queen 35 Home- room president 1, V-president 2, secretary 35 Thespian 35 Cheerleader 2,35 Sophomore orien- tation leader 2. CALDWELL, Martha-MAS, NHS 2,35 Resume staff 35 Pleiudes staff 35 Highest 3-year grade average5 Supply Store worker 15 Archer cham- pion 2. CALLENDER, Mike-Homeroom president 2,35 Football and Baseball teams 1,2,35T116SpiGl't 35 All-City Baseball team 35 Club president 3. CARVER, Ken-Hoofbeat staff 2,35 Quill and Scroll 35 All-Star football team 1,25 Hunting and Fishing 1,2,3. CAVETT, Lucy-MAS, NHS 2,35 National Merit 186 Scholarship Winner 35 Hoofbeat, Pleiades staff 2,35 Murrah Singers 35 Danforth Award winner 3. CHANDLER, Bailey-Squad leader 35 Audio- Visual 1,25 Hunting and Fishing 3. CHANDLER, Cynthia-Homeroom reporter 15 Thespian 35 All-Star basketball team 35 Make- up1,35 Costume 2. CHAPMAN, Larry-Hunting and Fishing 3. CHAPMAN, Larry Huggins-Medica-Eds. CHAPMAN, Ronald-Band member 1,25 Track team 2,35 "M" Club 35 Hunting and Fishing 1, 2. CHEATHAM, Jimmy-Band member 1,25 Track team 2,35 "M" Club 35 Hunting and Fishing 1, 2. CLEM, Sharon-Class champions in volleyball 35 Acting and Directing 15 Publicity and Make-up 2,3. CLEMENT, Bill-Club V-president 25 Football and Baseball 1,2,3. CLEMENTS, Bobby-Club secretary 35 Class champions in basketball 1,25 Hunting and Fish- ing 1,2,3. CLOUD, Beverly-Homeroom V-president 1, re- porter 35 Murrah Miss 35 Make-up 1,2,3. CLINGAN, Paula Ann-Club reporter 1,25 Theatre Guild 3. COLEMAN, Lynn-NHS 2,35 Medica-Eds 3. COLLINS, Chuck-Club reporter 25 Class cham- pions in basketball 25 Journalism Club 15 Crea- tive Writing 2. CONNER, Lucy-Homeroom secretary 25 Resume staff 2,35 Quill and Scroll 35 One-star Thespian 35 Librarian 1. CONNIFF, Charles-Photography 3. COOK, Cornelia-Make-up 1,25 Publicity 3. COOPER, Heywood-Color Guard 35 Major role in maior production 35 Football Squad 1. CORROTHERS, Carol-Class champions in vol- leyball, basketball 1,2,35 All-Star team volley- ball, basketball 1,2,35 Make-up 1,25 Choreog- raphy 3. COWSERT, Vicki-Squad leader 1,25 All-Star basketball team 1. CRAFT, Ann-Office worker 1,35 Squad leader 1,2,35 Class champions in basketball 1,25 Homeroom officer 2,3. CRUTHIRDS, lrlyn-Club president 25 MAO, NHS 2,35 National Merit Finalist 35 Co-Editor of Resume 35 Thespian 3. CULLOM, Bill-Photography 25 Car Club 3. CULVER, Carol-MAS, NHS 2,35 Resume staff 35 Office worker 25 Librarian 15 Squad leader 1,2. CUNNINGHAM, Karen-MAQ, NHS 2,35 Honor letter 2,35 Resume staff 35 Winner of Bausch and Lomb Science Medal 35 Librarian 1. CURRIE, Jimmy-MAS, NHS 2,35 National Merit Finalist 35 Debate team 1,2,35 Superior award in Mississippi Youth Congress 35 Pleiades staff 3. DANIELS, Janice-Squad leader 3. DARDEN, Sarah-MAS, NHS 2,35 Honor letter 2,35 Office worker 15 Squad leader 1,2,3. DAVIS, Charlotte-Librarian 1,25 Costume 2,35 Y-Teens 1. DAVIS, Kay-Librarian 15 Squad leader 1,25 Representative to Kennington's Fashion Board 35 All-Star volleyball team 2. DEMENT, Emmie-Safety Council representative 1,2,35 Murrah Singers 2,35 Major role in major production 1. DETER, Susan-MAS, NHS 2,35 National Merit Scholarship winner 35 Pleiades staff 35 Pilot Girl of the Month 35 Debate team 2. DOLLARHIDE, Bill-Student Conductor of Band and Murrah Singers 35 Thespian Society presi- dent 35 Major role in major production 2,35 Murrah Singers 3. DOOLITTLE, Janis-MAO, NHS 2,35 Thespian 35 Librarian 1,2,35 Honor letter 2. DOVE, Susan-Thespian 35 Debate 1,25 Scenic Design 3. DRENNAN, George-Football, Basketball 1,2, Baseball 1,2,35 Class champions in Basketball 35 "M" Club 3. DUCKWORTH, Deo-Homeroom V-president 35 MA9, NHS 2,35 National Merit Finalist 35 Murrah Singers 35 Thespian 2,3. DUNN, Renee-Homeroom reporter 2,35 MA9, NHS 2,35 Hoofbeat staff 35 Youth Congress delegate 35 Librarian 1,2,3. EISENBERG, Anne-Choreography 3. ELLIS, Dot-Make-up 15 Publicity 25 Music Masters 3. ENOCHS, Sherry-Homeroom officer 1,25 MAS 2,35 First Place MAA Art Award 35 Homecom- ing Maid 35 Murrah Singers 3. EVANS, Allan-Baseball squad 1,25 Squad leader 35 Hunting and Fishing'1,2. FARIES, Billy-Hunting and Fishing 3. FARISH, Sandra-Homeroom president 15 Thes- pian 35 Squad leader 1,2. FERBER, Dale-Squad leader 35 Stagecraft 3. FLEMING, Bill-Scenic Design 3. FORTIER, William-Football, Track squad 1,2,35 All-Big-8 football team 35 All-Star football team 3. FOWLE, Diane-All-Star basketball 3, volleyball 25 Make-up 3. FRANCIS, Marion-Homeroom V-president 25 Club chairman 35 Murrah Singers secretary 35 Two-star Thespian 2,35 Student Director of major production 3. FRANK, Janice-Club president 35 MAS, NHS 2,35 Co-Editor of Resume 35 Thespian 2,3. FULGHUM, Mac-Lighting 3. FULMER, Paul-Jets 3. GARDNER, Carol-Scenic Design 3. GATLIN, Barbara-Spanish Club 25 Scenic Design 3. GAYDEN, Jan-Club president 35 Murrah Singers 35 Thespian 2,35 Murrah Miss Lieuten- ant 35 Murrah Miss 2,3. GIBSON, Linda-Homeroom V-president 35 Make-up 3. GILFOY, Melinda-Thespian Society secretary 35 Red Cross Council V-president 25 Murrah Singers 2,35 Murrah Miss Captain 35 3-star Thespian 2,3. GILLESPIE, Gee Gee-Thespian 35 Minor role in major production 3. GIPSON, Jimmy-Club V-president 25 MAG, NHS 2,35 Murrah Singers 35 Honor letter 3. GODWIN, Andrea-Mississippi Youth Safety Council president 35 MAG, NHS 2,35 Hoofbeat editor 35 Quill and Scroll president 35 DAR Good Citizenship Girl 35 Sigma Delta Chi Journalism Award 3. GODWIN, Bobby-Youth Congress delegate 35 Track 1,2,35 Class champions in football 35 Squad leader 2. GOLDEN, Annette-MAG 2,35 Honor letter 35 Acting and Directing 15 Make-up 25 Publicity 3. GOODYEAR, Betty-Homeroom secretary 35 Club president 35 Murrah Singers 35TI'1ESplCl'1 2,3: Squad leader 2,3. GORUM, Virginia-One-star Thespian 35 Librar- ian 1,2,35 major production props manager 3. GRAY, Bruce-Junior Achievement Company president 35 Hi-Y 1, History 2,3. GREGORY, Robert-Auto Club 3. GRIFFITH, Jimmy-Homeroom secretary 25 MAS 25 Baseball 1,2,3. GUILD, Don-Stage Craft 3. HALEY, Mac-Club secretary 35 National Merit Finalist 35 Supply Store worker 3. HALL, Cecie-Squad leader 1,25 Make-up 1,35 Publicity 2. HAMES, Charles-Acting and Directing 3. HANES, Cynthia-MAG 2,35 Honor letter 35 Librarian 35 Squad leader 2,3. HARDY, Tommy-Auto Club 3. HARRINGTON, Shelley-Safety Council repre- sentative 15 Thespian 2,35 Squad leader 3. HATHORN, Kay-Office worker 15 Props 3. HAWKINS, John-Stagecraft 3. HEARD, Ken-Band member 15 Squad leader 2,35 Class champions in football 2. HEARIN, Bob-Homeroom secretary 35 Thespian 35 Squad leader 3. HEATH, Sherry-Make-up 1,2,3. HEDERMAN, Carol-Club president 35 One-star Thespian 35 Class champions in volleyball 3. HEDERMAN, Eleanor-Thespian 2,35 Office worker 1,3. HEDERMAN, Hap- Homeroom V-president 15 Honor letter 35 Hoofbeat staff 1,2,35 Football squad 1,3. HEDERMAN, Jan-Homeroom secretary 1, V- president 35 Thespian 35 Murrah Miss 35 Squad leader 1,2,3. HEIDELBERG, Cecil-All-Star basketball team 35 Props 15 Stagecraft 3. HEILBRONER, Barbara-Homeroom secretary 15 Honor letter 35 Murrah Singers 2,35 Two-star Thespian 3. HELMAN, Glenn-Medico-Eds 25 Chaparrals 3. HENDERSHOT, Vicki-Club president 35 Honor letter 35 Murrah Singers 35 Thespian 2,35 Mur- rah Miss 2,3. 187 HENDRICK, Julie-Homeroom secretary 35 MAG, NHS 2,35 Resume staff 2,35 Murrah Singers 35 American Legion Award 3. HEWITT, Cindy-Murrah Singers 35 Supply Store worker 25 Squad leader 1,2,3. HILL, Mary-Office worker 15 Squad leader I. HINDS, Wallace-Acting and Directing 3. HINES, Martha-Homeroom secretary 1,2,35 Thespian 3. HITT, Betty-Squad leader 3. HITT, Jim-Homeroom president 2, V-president 35 Honor letter 35 Football and Track 1,2,3. HOBART, Mary Douglass-Medico-Eds 25 Make- up 3. HOLLINGSWORTH, Gayle-Librarian 2,35 Make-up 15 Props 2,3. HOOKER, Charles-Homeroom reporter 35 Mur- rah Singers 35 Major role in major production 35 Thespian 35 Club secretary 3. HOOKER, Francis-Murrah Singers 2,35 Squad leader 2. HOOVER, Eric-Squad leader 35 All-Star bas- ketball team 35 Club reporter 3. HORD, Oliver-MAG, NHS 2,35 American His- tory Award winner 25 Youth Congress delegate 25 Honor letter 3. HOWIE, Pat-Office worker 35 Librarian 15 Squad leader 1,2. HUDSON, Jeanette-Supply Store worker 35 Squad leader 3. HUETTNER, Patricia-Publicity 3. HUNNICUTT, Janie-Honor letter 35 Librarian 35 Squad leader 2,35 Kennington's Teen Fashion Board 3. HUTCHERSON, Billy-Props 3. IDOM, Sondra-MA9, NHS 2,35 Honor letter 2,35 Hoofbeat staff 2,35 Quill and Scroll 2,35 Office worker 1. INMON, Byron-Club reporter 15 NHS 2,35 National Merit Finalist 3. IVEY, Linda-Make-up 3. JACKSON, Jack-Class champions in softball 1. JAMESON, Donna-Club secretary 35 MAG, NHS 2,35 Honor letter 35 Thespian 2,35 Librar- ian 1,2,3. JENNINGS, Bennett-Club secretary 35 Hoof- beat staff 3. JOHNSON, Vicki-Squad leader 25 All-Star basketball team 1,2. JOHNSON, Webb-All-Star football team 1,2, 3. JOHNSTON, Sandra-Y-Teens 1,35 Medico-Eds 2. JONES, Carol-Homeroom reporter 35 MAS, NHS 2,35 Honor letter 2,35 Murrah Singers 35 Thespian 2,35 Murrah Miss 3. JONES, Cecelia-Office worker 35 Resume staff 3. JONES, Elizabeth Ann-NHS 2,35 Honor letter 35 Resume staff5 Squad leader 2. JONES, Janet-MAO, NHS 2,35 Honor letter 35 Squad leader 1,3. JONES, Patti-Thespian 35 Squad leader 1,2,3. JONES, Sandra-Club president 3, Squad leader I,2, JONES, Virginia Anne-Homeroom V-president I, Hoofbeat staff 3, Quill and Scroll 3, Murrah Singers 2,3, One-star Thespian 2,3. KARNES, Robert-Club reporter 2. KELLER, Pamela-Homeroom V-president 3, Band maiorette I,3, Assistant drum major 3, Band trophy 3. KELLY, Steve-Junior Achievement Company treasurer 3. KENT, Gerry-Club secretary I, Football and Track I,2,3. KERR, Johnny-Stagecraft 3. KILE, Susan-Homeroom president 2,3, Hoof- beat staff 3, Thespian 3, Squad leader I,2, Club secretary I. KIMBALL, Richard-MAS, Murrah Singers. KING, Edwin-MAG, NHS 2,3, Honor letter 2, Six years perfect attendance. KIRK, Gretchen-Publicity I,2, Make-up 3. KRIEGER, Barbara-Honor letter 3, Office worker I, Junior Achievement Company V-presi- dent 3. KYLE, Pat-Track squad 2, All-Star football team I. LACKEY, Laney-Class champions in basketball 2, Theatre Guild I,2,3. LACKEY, Van-Homeroom president 3, MAS 2,3, Thespian l,2,3, Pleiades staff I,2. LANDRUM, Alicia-Make-up 3. LANGSTON, Roy-Club president 2. LANGSTON, Sunny-Chaparrals 3. LaRUE, Nancy-Homeroom secretary I, Pleiades staff 3. LAWRENCE, Phil-Fly-Tying I,2, Lighting 3. LAWRENCE, Randy-Music Masters Club 2,3. LAWRENCE, Steve-Squad leader l,2,3, All- Star basketball team 3, Safety Council repre- sentative I,3. LAWYER, Scott-Stagecraft 3. LEDLOW, Martha-Theatre Guild I,2,3. LEE, Virginia-Squad leader 3. LEVANWAY, Scott-Two-star Thespian 2,3, Track squad 3, Class champions in football 2. LEWIS, DeAnn-Murrah Singers 2,3, Thespian 2,3, Squad leader 3. LIEB, Phil-Homeroom V-president 2, secretary 3, Football and Track squad I,2,3. LIPSCOMB, Anne-Honor letter 3, Pleiades staff 2,3, Thespian 3, Squad leader 3. LONG, Jimmy-Homeroom president 2,3, V- president I, Murrah Singers l,2,3, Thespian 2, 3, Exchange Club Boy of the Month 3. LOPER, Leonard-Study 3. LOPEZ, Annette-Club secretary 2, Squad leader I. LOVE, Hettie-Theatre Guild I,2,3. LOVE, Mark-MAS, NHS 2,3, Honor letter 3. LOWERY, Carolyn-Homeroom secretary I, MAS 2,3, NHS 3, Pleiades staff 3, Thespian 3. LOWERY, Robert-Club reporter 2, secretary 3, Golf team l,2,3, All-Star basketball team I,2,3. LYDICK, Walter-Club officer 3, Thespian 2,3, Color Guard 3. MACKEY, Margaret-Homeroom secretary I,2, Theater Guild l,2,3, "Most Appropriately Dressed" 3. MacLENNAN, Billy-Club V-president 2, Base- ball squad I,2, Supply Store worker I. MADDOX, Ray-Thespian 3, Football l,2,3, Class champions in volleyball 2, All-Star soft- ball team 3, Safety Council representative 3. MAGEE, Chuck-Thespian 3, Class champion in football I,3, Track team 3, Squad leader 2, 3, Class champion in soccer I,2. MAGEE, Marshall-Lighting 2,3, Theatre Guild 2,3. MAJURE, Janey-Sophomore Class secretary I, Homeroom secretary 2, Club president 3, Mur- rah Miss 3. MANN, David-Homeroom reporter 3, Pleiades Essay Committee chairman 3, Highest 3-year scholastic average 3, Architectural winner 3, MAG, NHS 2,3. MANNING, Davis-Murrah Singer 3, All-Star basketball I, football 2, Audio-visual 3, MAO 3. MARKS, Fred-Theatre Guild member 3, Light- ing 3, Hunting and Fishing 2. MARLAND, Tommy-Thespian 3, Football man- ager I,2,3, Club secretary 3, Theatre Guild member I,2,3. MARTIN, Sally-Theatre Guild member I,2,3. MATTHEWS, Tony-Class champion in football 3, Stage crew 3. MAXWELL, Roy-MAG reporter 3, MAG, NHS 2,3, National Merit Finalist 3, Mathematics Award 3, Resume business manager 3. MAY, Ann-Homeroom secretary I,2, Club sec- retary I,2, Murrah Miss 2,3, "Most Dignified" in Who's Who 3, Homecoming Court 2. MAY, Lamar-Hunting and Fishing 3. McALlLLY, Sherry-Glee Club V-president 2, Choral Music Festival I,2, Medico-Eds 2, Y-Teens I. MCCALL, Mike-"Murrah Mister" 3, Baseball I, Golf 3, Squad leader 3, Class champions in softball 3. MCCARTY, Judy-Make-up I,3, Costume 2. McCHAREN, Gwen-Class reporter 2,3, Murrah Miss 3, Hoofbeat staff l,2,3, Homeroom secre- tary I,3, Homeroom president 2, NHS 2,3. MCCOOL, Larry-Stagecraft 3. McDlLL, Alston-Chorale 2, Class champions in volleyball 3, Props I,2,3. MCDONALD, Bill-Theatre Guild member 3, Lighting Club 3. MCDONNELL, Anne-Youth Congress delegate 2, Squad leader I,2, Thespian 2,3, Librarian I, Club secretary 3. MCDONNELL, Bob--Club president 3. MCGEHEE, Virginia-Homeroom reporter 3, Honor letter 2,3, Class champions in volleyball 3, Office worker l,2,3, Thespian 2,3, MAG, NHS 2,3. 188 Pleiades staff 3, "Morning Watch" chairman 3, Honor letter 3, NHS 2,3. MCINTOSH, Charlene-Hoofbeat staff 3, All- star volleyball, basketball 2,3, Quill and Scroll 3, Club officer 3. MclNTOSH, Jimmy-Fly-Tying 3. McINTYRE, Jack C.-Murrah Singer 3, Thespian 3, Basketball 3, Track I,2,3. McKAY, Barksdale-Club president 3, Baseball I, Color Guard 3, Jackson Teen Council mem- ber, Stage crew 3. McKEOWN, Virginia-Thespian 3, Squad leader I,3, Make-up I,3, Costume 2. McMURRY, Curry-Student Council reporter 3, Senior Class V-president 3, Homeroom presi- dent l,2,3, MAS president 3, Football l,2,3, MAS, NHS 2,3. MCMURTRAY, Frances-Honor letter 3, Thespian 3, Squad leader I,2, Class champions in volley- ball I,2, Office worker l,2,3, MAG 2,3. McNEES, Elise-National Merit Finalist 3, Co- chairman Sophomore Orientation 3, Debate team 2,3, NHS 2,3, Club secretary 3. MEEK, Mickey-Club reporter 3, Resume staff 2, Hoofbeat staff 3, Quill and Scroll 2,3. METZ, Boots-Scenic Design 3. MICHAEL, Tim-Class champions in football, soccer, softball 2,3, One-star Thespian, Theatre Guild I,2,3. MILLICE, Libby-Homeroom president 2, Office worker 3, Homeroom secretary I, Theatre Guild member I,2,3. MILNER, Sheila Lee-Theatre Guild member I, 2,3, Squad leader I,2, Junior Achievement 2,3. MINOR, Martha Ann-Homeroom secretary 3, Office worker 2, Squad leader 2. MINOR, Paul-Homeroom president 'I,2, T.A.P. chairman 3, Two-star Thespian 2,3, Club presi- dent 3, Class champions in soccer. MONTGOMERY, Nancy-Homeroom reporter 2, All-Star volleyball, basketball l,2,3, Supply Store 2, Squad leader I,2,3. MOORE, Alan-Homeroom president 'I,3, V- president MAG, NHS 3, Murrah Singers 3, Color Guard 3, NHS, MAG 2,3. MOORE, Cam-Pleiades staff 2, National Sci- ence Foundation Summer Science Training Pro- gram Scholarship 2, Safety Council secretary 3, Squad leader I, MAG 2,3. MOORE, Carol-Pleiades editor 3, Murrah Singers 2,3, Club V-president 3, Quill and Scroll 3, Honor letter 2,3, NHS 2,3. MOORE, Sarah-Murrah Singers accompanist 3, Thespian 3, All-Star basketball, volleyball 3, Squad leader 3. MOORE, Tommy-Co-Captain Football team 3, Student Council Treasurer 3, Sophomore, Jun- ior Class V-president, Senior Class secretary, Track, Basketball letters I,2,3. MORRIS, Linda-Murrah Miss 3, All-Star basket- ball 3, Homeroom officer l,2,3, Club president 3, Safety Council representative 2. MORRIS, Sara-Make-up I,2,3. MORTON, Pat-Theatre Guild member I,2,3. MOUTON, Glenn-National Merit Scholar 3, Pleiades staff 35 Club president 35 Honor letter 35 MAS, NHS 2,3. MULLER, Lelia-Make-up 2,35 Publicity 1. MULLEN, Linda-Make-up 3. MYERS, Chris-Basketball 25 Track 2,35 Safety Council representative 1,2,35 Thespian 35 Squad leader 1,2. MYERS, Ed-Class champions in basketball 35 All-Star basketball, football 2,35 Hunting and Fishing 25 Chaparrals Car Club 3. NARD, Skippy-Stagecraft 3. NEAL, Keith-Hi-Y 3. NELMS, Nancy-Homeroom secretary 15 Murrah Miss 35 Class champions in volleyball 2,3, bas- ketball 35 Honor letter5 MAG, NHS 2,3. NETTERVILLE, Rush-Club V-President 35 Medi- co-Eds 2,3. NEVELS, Robert-Study 3. NICHOLSON, Mike-Homeroom president 35 Club president 35 Basketball 15 Golf 15 Class champions in basketball, football 1,2. O'CONNOR, Pamela-Choreography 3. O'MARA, Bill-Football team captain 35 Ser- toma Service Award 35 Student Council reporter 2, secretary 35 Sophomore Class president 15 MAS,1NHS 2,3. O'NEAL, Ellen-Murrah Miss 35 Homeroom sec- retory 2, president 3. OWEN, Clint-Hunting and Fishing 3. OWEN, LaRue-One-star Thespian 35 Club pres- ident 35 Class champions 2,35 All-Star basket- ball 3, football 2,3. OWENS, Margaret-National Merit Finalist 35 Librarian 1,25 Honor letter 2,35 Resume staff 35 Squad leader 15 MAS, NHS 2,3. PARKISON, Troy-Murrah Singers 35 Track 1,25 Audio-Visual 15 Hunting and Fishing 2. PATE, Henry-Debate Club 2,3. PEARSON, Jimmy-Homeroom reporter 1,25 Track 35 Class champions in basketball 35 All- Star basketball team 35 Squad leader 1,2,3. PEET, Johnny-Club V-President 35 Hunting and Fishing 15 Stage Scenery 2. PENNICK, Ellen-Home Economics Award 35 Costume 1,2,35 MAS 2,3. PENNINGTON, Charles-Hunting and Fishing 3. PEPPER, David-Club V-president 35 Resume staff 35 Thespian 3. PETERS, Natalie-Club V-president 35 Squad leader 25 Honor letter 35 MAS, NHS 2,3. PHELPS, Bettie-MAA 2nd Place Art Award 35 Student Director 35TI1eSpICl'1 1,2,35 Pleiades staff 3. PHELPS, Claire-Murrah Miss 35TI1eSpIGI'1 2,35 Club officer 35 Honor letter 35 Squad leader 15 MAS, NHS 2,3, PIERCE, Alice-MAG, NHS 2,35 Two-star Thes- pian 35 Cheerleader 1,35 Murrah Miss 25 Miss Sophomore Class 15 Homecoming Court 1. PINNIX, Jimmy-Club president 35 Baseball 2. PITTMAN, Henry-Class champions 35 Stage- craft 1,2,3. PITTS, Cheri-Murrah Miss 35 All-Star basket- ball team 35Tl'1eSplGl'1 35 Squad leader 1,2,3. PLACE, Pat-Props 3. PLATT, Joe-Science Club 25 Audio-Visual 1. PLEASANT, Bill-Band Lieutenant 35 Club presi- dent 25 All-City baseball team 35 Supply Store Manager5 Class champions in soccer, football, basketball 1,2,3. POOLEY, Pat-Class champions in football 3. POWDER, Ceil-Class champions in basketball 25 All-Star basketball team 2,35 Spanish Club 25 Make-up 3. POWELL, Diane-Homeroom V-president 25 MAS 25 Murrah Singers 2,35 Librarian 3. POWERS, Anne-MAS 2, NHS 2,35 Honor letter 2. PRATT, Jack-Club president 2,35 MAS secre- tary 2,35 National Merit Finalist 35 Sophomore Orientation chairman 35 3 Honor letters 2,35 MAS, NHS 2,3. PRICE, Chesley-Jets Club 2,35 Hunting and Fishing 1. PRICE, Pat-National Merit Finalist 35 Home- room president 15 All-Star basketball 35 Med- ico-Eds 2,35 MAS 2,3. PRIMOS, Connie-Homeroom president 35 Theatre Guild member 1,2,3. PRYOR, Andy-Golf 3. PUCKETT, Donnie-Homeroom president 35 Golf 3. PUTNAM, John-Club president 15 Jets Club 35 MAS 2,3. QUAKA, Tommy-Club V-president 15 All-Star team 1,2,35 Squad leader 1,2,3. RAGSDALE, Ginger-Squad leader 15 Tennis 1,25 All-Star basketball, volleyball 1,2,3. RANDALL, Douglas-Auto Club 3. RAY, Sharon-Squad leader 35 Theatre Guild member 2,3. REDUS, John-Jets 3. REED, Susan-Sophomore Orientation leader 35 Homeroom secretary 25 Club president 35 Pleiades staff 2,35 MAS, NHS 2,35 Librarian 1,2. REYNOLDS, Wally-Hunting and Fishing 3. RICE, Kathy-Theatre Guild member 1,2,35 Make-up 2,3. RICHEY, Michael-Theatre Guild V-president 35 Murrah Singers president 35 Major role in maior production 35 Club president 25 Homeroom V- president 2. RICHMOND, Sandra-All-Star team 1,2,35 Homeroom V-president 1,2,35 Sophomore Class reporter 15 Junior Class secretary-treasurer 25 Club officer 3. RIDDLE, Tony-Band 1,25 Tennis 15 Lighting Club 3. RIDGWAY, Bob-Hi-Y V-president 35 Murrah Singers 1,2,35 Thespian 3. ROBERTS, Evelyn-Squad leader 35 Theatre Guild member 3. ROBERTSON, Wayne-Band 1,2,35 Club V-presi- dent 3. 189 ROBINSON, Ken-Football 15 Baseball letter 2,35 Thespian 2,3. ROBINSON, Susie-Squad leader 25 Theatre Guild member 1,35 Spanish Club 2. RODGERS, Becky-Maiorette 2,35 Supply Store worker 15 All-Star Basketball team 2. RODGERS, Johnnie-Hi-Y Club 3. ROELL, Brenda-Murrah Miss 35 Thespian 25 Club officer 35 Homeroom officer 2,35 School champions 2. RUSS, Rod-Homeroom V-president 35 Class champions in basketball 25 Football, basketball, baseball manager 2,35 Track manager 35 Red Cross Council 3. SANDERS, Larry-Hunting and Fishing 3. SCHMELZER, Joe-Homeroom president 35 Base- ball 1,25 Class champions in volleyball 2,35 Speech Club officer 2. SCOTT, Frances-Class champions in volleyball 35 All-Star volleyball team 25 Office worker 1. SEABROOK, David-Club V-president 15 Class champions in football, soccer 3. SEALE, Bill-Stagecraft 3. SEAY, Jr., Clant M.-Club V-president 25 Bas- ketball 15 Class champions in football 1,25 All- Star football 2, basketball 3. SEIBELS, Julie-Club V-president 35 National Merit Finalist 35 Class champions in volleyball 35 Thespian 2,35 Frech Award 35 MAG, NHS 2,3. SELMAN, Susan-Homeroom secretary 15 MAS, NHS 2,35 Resume staff 35 Thespian 35 Honor letter 3. SENSEMAN, Nancy-Club reporter 25 Madrigal accompanist 25 Office worker 35 Honor letter 25 MAS, NHS 2,3. SHEARER, Danny-Hi-Y 1,25 Junior Historical Society.3. SHERWOOD, Sidney-Medica-Eds 3. SIDES, Margie-T.A.P. Campaign 35 Squad leader 35 One-star Thespian 2,35 Office worker 35 Librarian 2. SIMMONS, Albert-Football 15 Tennis 1,2,35 All-Star football 2,3, basketball 35 MAS 2,35 Homeroom president 1. SINGLETON, Gail-Pleiades staff 35 One-star Thespian 2,35 All-Star basketball, volleyball 1, 25 Murrah Miss 35 NHS 2,3. SINGLETON, Jan-MAS, NHS 2,35 Resume staff 35 Safety Council representative 35 Thes- pian 35 Sophomore Orientation leader 3. SMITH, Dorothy-Office worker 1,35 Squad leader 35 Honor letter 3. SMITH, LILLIAN-Homeroom secretary 2,35 One-star Thespian 35 Class champions volley- ball 3, basketball 25 All-Star basketball and volleyball 1,2,3. SMITH, Orell-Squad leader 35 Publicity 35 Props 25 Y-Teens 1. SMITH, Robbie-Stagecraft 3. SNEED, Elwood-Hunting and Fishing 35 Light- ing 25 Fly-Tying 1. SOLLEK, Judy-Office worker 1,2,35 Inter-Club Council representative 1,2,35 Outstanding Y- Teen 35 Honor letter 3. SOLOMON, Dennis-Hunting and Fishing 3. SORENSON, Shirley-Homeroom secretary 15 Safety council representative 25 Office worker 2,35 Squad leader 2. SORRELLS, Charlie-Homeroom reporter 35 Honor letter 25 One-Star Thespian 2,35 Football team manager 25 Math Contest winner 2. SPENCER, James-Honor letter 35 Thespian 35 Football, basketball team manager 1,2,3. STAMPER, Sherry-Scenic Design 3. STARR, Cherry-Squad leader 25 All-Star vol- leyball team 2. STAUSS, Karl-MAS historian 35 Club president 35 National Honor Society president 35 Resume business manager 2,35 Color Guard captain 3. ST. CLAIR, Suzanne-Homeroom reporter 25 Quill and Scroll V-president 35 Hoofbeat Asso- ciate Editor 35 Sigma Delta Chi Journalism Award 3. STEADMAN, Chuck-Club secretary 35 Murrah Singers 2,35 Three-star Thespian 2,3. STEEN, Dale-All-Star team basketball 35 Golf team 15 Hunting and Fishing 2,3. STENZEL, Terry-Club officer 35 Thespian 35 Supply Store worker 1. STEVENS, Johnny-Stagecraft 1,2,3. STEWART, Jan-Squad leader 1,2,35 All-Star volleyball, basketball team 1,2,3. STILL,iBobby-Club president 35 Football 1. STILLIONS, Sue-Costume I5 Scenic Design 2,3. STRINGER, Sandra-Murrah Singers 2,35 Thes- pian 3. STRINGER, Sue-Murrah Singers 35 Squad leader 2,3. SULLIVAN, Don-Football 25 Squad leader 3. SWAN, Sybil-All-Star basketball 1,2,35 Squad leader 1,2,3. SWANSON, Lynn-French Club 25 Scenic De- sign 3. SWEAT, Mary Lee-Homeroom treasurer I5 Club chairman 35 MAS, NHS 2,35 Honor letter 35 Thespian 2,35 Librarian 1,3. SWITZER, Ginger-Murrah Singers 2,35 Librar- ian 2,35 Class champions volleyball 2,3. TARTER, Phyllis-Homeroom secretary 25 Club secretary 2,3. TAYLOR, Jeanne-Librarian 35 Squad leader 2,3. TEDFORD, Leyman-Band 15 Tennis 1,25 Squad leader 3. THAYER, Reanell-Choreography 3. THOMAS, George-Auto Club 3. THOMPSON, Kay-Club scribe 35 Thespian 2,35 Librarian 35 Squad leader 1,2,3. TIBBETTS, Robert-Golf Club 1,2,3. TILLMAN, Ann-Honor letter 35 Resume staff 1,2,35 Quill and Scroll 2,35 Thespian 35 Supply Store worker 2,3. TRUNZLER, Jim-Auto Club 3. TRUSSELL, Terry-Tumbling 3. TUCKER, Toni-One-star Thespian 35 Murrah Singers 2,3. TURBEVILLE, Kay-Mgke-up 1,35 Acting and Directing 2. VANCE, Ralph-Senior Class president 35 MA9 reporter 2,35 Honor letters 35 Hoofbeat staff 35 Thespian 2,3. VanDEVENDER, John-Homeroom reporter 1,25 Thespian 2,3. VAUGHAN, David-Club secretary 15 Youth Congress alternate 35 One-star Thespian 3. VIRDEN, Margaret-Homeroom V-president 35 Squad leader 15 All-Star basketball 1. WAILES, Butch-Theatre Guild member 3. WALDRUP, Larry-Club secretary 3. WALLACE, Bill-Homeroom secretary 35 MAS, NHS 2,35 National Merit Finalist 35 Honor letters 2,35 Pleiades staff 35 Debate team 2. WALLACE, Gail-Homeroom secretary 35 Club secretary 35 Safety Council representative 3. WALLACE, Tommy-Auto Club 3. WALTON, Iva-Club secretary 2, president 35 Murrah Singers 2,35 Thespian 2,35 Librarian 2,3. WANN, Delbert-Class champions in football 3. WARE, Libby-Squad leader 2. WARREN, Rob-Debate 3. WATKINS, James-Squad leader 35 Class champions in football 3. WHATLEY, Rita-Theatre Guild member 3. 190 WHITE, Jim-Basketball 1. WILLIAMS, George-Club V-president 351-1185- pian 3. WILLIAMS, Jimmy-Tumbling 3. WILLIAMS, Johnny-Squad leader 2,35 Class champions in football 3. WILLIAMSON, D'Leese-Medico-Eds 2,3. WILSON, Jane-MA9, NHS 2,35 Honor Iettters 2,35 Resume staff 2,35 Quill and Scroll 35 One- star Thespian 3. WILSON, Julie-Squad leader 35 All-Star bas- ketball, volleyball team 3. WILSON, Laurean-Scenic Design 1,25 French Club 3. WINBIGLER, John-Homeroom president 35 MAS, NHS 2,35 National Merit Finalist 35 Murrah Singers 35 Thespian 1,2,3. WISE, Joe-Student Body V-President 35 Home- room secretary 1, V-president 25 MA9 2,35 NHS 35 Pleiades staff 1,2,3, business manager 35 Murrah Singers 35 Rotarian Boy of the Month 3. WOLFE, Mike-NCTE English Contest winner 25 National Scholastic Magazine Writing Contest First Place Award 3. WOLVERTON, Rodney-Homeroom treasurer 2. WORD, Alvin-Safety Council representative 1,2, officer 35 Honor letter 35 Track squad 35 Color Guard 3. WRIGHT, Doug-Club officer 35 MAS 2,3, NHS 35 National Merit Letter of Commendation 35 Football 1,2. WRIGHT, William-Homeroom president 1,2,35 Honor letter 35 Thespian 35 Football 1,2,35 All- City Football team 3. WRIGHTON, Don-Creative Writing Club 3. YARBOROUGH, John-Tennis 1,25 Squad leader 3. YARBRO, Joanne-Make-up 15 Choreography 2,3. YERGER, Anne-Homeroom V-president 2,35 MAG, NHS 2,35 Hoofbeat staff 35 Pleiades staff 1,35 Murrah Miss 2,3, 1st Lieutenant 35 Sophomore Orientation leader 3. ALEXANDER, Mrs. ANN-B.A.E., Art, Scenic Design Sponsor. 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Allen, Newton ...,. . 64,95,120 ......12O ......120 ....9O,12O 9,20,37,76 120 ......120 ...,81,120 ...,..12O .....79,12O .92,108,12O Allen, Randy ........,.. 78,120 Alsobrooks, Wayne. .....96,120 Index Ammons, Buddy. . . . . .90,120 Asher, Steve .,.,.......... 120 Augustus, Carol Ann. . .48,9-4,121 Bailey, Cathie ........,. 83,121 Baker, Sherry. . . 18,26,74,8O,121 Bass, Rick ............ 121,128 Beacham, Lamar ........... 121 Beard, Fred ........ 92,100,121 Bell, Sankky .............. 121 Bennett, Hoppy ..,...... . .121 Berman, Walter. .19,21,32,33,36 58,62,94,121 Betley, Fran .............. 121 Biggs, Joy. 27,74,79,1 21,123,1 36 Black, Freda ........... 83,121 Blankenship, Nancy ,..... 94,122 Blount, Jerry ......,.,.. 78,122 Bone, Beverly .......... 80,122 Bowling, Bill. , .l9,22,92,100,122 Brame, Charles ....,.... 85,122 Breland, Randy ..,..,... 90,122 Brockman, Ann ..... l8,26,30,75 76,122 Brooks, Michael ..,. . . .78,122 Brown, Anne ..... . . .76,122 Brown, Carla ..,......,... 122 Brown, Linda ...,......... 122 Brown, Suzan. . .26,30,75,76,122 Brummett, Joan .......,. 83,122 Bryant, Becky. . . . . .96,122 Buford, Sissy ,............ 122 Bumpas, Andrew. . .75,78,79,122 Burgeis, Linda ..,......... 122 Burleson, Gebby. .30,31,75,76,83 123,124 Burnstein, Bobby .... . . .84,123 Burwell, Jim ...... . . .78,123 Bush, Peggy ..,....... 9,231,123 Butler, Bert .... Cabaniss, Rita . 9,1 3,l5,2l ,76,1 23 Caldwell, Martha. . . 32,33,64,77 . ....,,... 123 123 Callender, Mike. . 26,92,100,103 105,123 Carver, Ken .... ...,. 1 23 .......125 Cavett, Lucy ........ 16,32,123 Chandler, Bailey.. Chandler, Cynthia. Chapman, Larry L.. Chapman, Larry H. Chapman, Ronald. . .....,, 123 ......81,123 . ...9O,124 ......94,124 ......87,124 Cheatham, Jimmy .... 92,113,124 Clem, Sha ron ....,..... 81,124 Clement, Bill ,,.. 92,100,101,124 Clements, Bobby ....,..,., 124 Clingan, Paula Ann Cloud, Beverly. . . . . . .74,80,124 Cole, Joan ..... . . Cole, Reggie ..,., .......124 .......124 Coleman, Lynn ....., 94,125,143 Collins, Chuck ,.,. Conner, Lucy .,... Conniff, Charles. . Cook, Cornelia. . . Cooper, Heywood. Corrothers, Carol. . Cowsert, Vicki .,.. Cruthirds, lrlyn. . . Cullom, Bill ..,... Culver, Carol ..... Currie, Jimmy .... Daniels, Janice. . . Darden, Sarah. . . Davis, Charlotte. . Davis, Kay ,,.... Dement, Emmie. . . Deter, Susan. . . Dollarhide, Bill. . , .....95,125 ....125 .....85,125 .......125 .31 ,73,95,1 25 ........125 . .50,94,125 Craft, Ann ...,.... . 33,64,79,125 .......125 . . . 50,915,125 32,65,94,125 Cunningham, Karen. ....45,95,125 . . . . 94,125 . . 94,125 . . . 33,125 . . .a3,126 76,126 . .16,76,126 ,30,33,37,72 75,76,126 Doolittle, Janis ....... 35,83,126 Dove, Susan ..... Drennan, George. Duckworth, Deo. . Dunn, Renee .,... Eisenberg, Anne. . Ellis, Dot ,....... Enochs, Sherry. . . Evans, Allan ..,.. Faries, Billy .... Farish, Sandra .... Ferber, Dole .... Fleming, Bill .,... Fortier, William. . . Fowle, Diane. ,... Francis, Marion. . . .....79,126 ......92,126 ......62,126 ...54,77,126 ......82,126 . . . . . . . .126 .23,74,79,126 .....93,126 ........126 ...79,126 .....78,126 .....35,126 .100,101,104 112,113,127 .....81,127 .....82,127 Frank, Janice.. . .64,77,127,128 Fulghum, Mac ..., ........ 1 27 Hardy, Tommy. .. .. ...93,129 Harrington, Shelley ......... 129 Hathorn, Kay .... Hawkins, John. . . Head, Dionne. . . Heaney, Billy. . . Heard, Ken. . . Hearin, Bob .... Heath, Sherry ..., .. ...83,129 ....129 ....129 ....129 ....129 .......129 ........129 Hederman, Carol .... 77,128,129 Hederman, Eleanor ....,. 79,129 Hederman, Hop ...., 92,100,129 Hederman, Jan .,.. 44,74,83,129 Heidelberg, Cecil. . ........129 Heilbroner, Barbara. ,.... 76,130 Helman, Glenn .,.. . . .48,93,130 Hendershot, Vicki. .3O,74,76,13O Hendrick, Julie .... 32,34,83,130 Hewitt, Cindy. . . Hill, Mary ...... Hinds, Wallace. . . Hines, Martha ..,. ........130 ...B3,13O ......13O ......81,130 Lipscomb, Anne.. . ...77,133 Long, Jimmy ...,. .,.. 5 ,133 Loper, Leonard Lopez, Annette.. . . . .82,133 Love, Hettie .... .,..134 . .... 134 Lowery, Carolyn .... . . . Lowery, Robert ..... . . . Love, Mark ,... . . 85,134 91,134 Mackey, Margaret. ..... . . .134 MacLennan, Billy. . Maddox, Ray .... Magee, Chuck .... ........134 ..92,100,134 ........134 Magee, Marshall .... . . .78,134 Maiure, Janey .... ..,. 7 4,134 Mann, David ........ 32,97,134 Manning, Davis. . . .,.. 93,134 Marks, Fred ..,...,...,. 78,134 Marland, Tommy .... 79,101,134 Martin, Sally ,....., .... 8 1,134 Matthews, Tony. . . May, Ann . ...... ......134 Mqxweu, Roy. . .16,32,62,95,135 . 23,74,79,135 Hitt, Betty .,....., . . .83,130 Hitt, Jim .,..,.. 89,100,108,130 Hobart, Mary Douglass. . .80,13O Hollingsworth, Gayle ..., 83,130 Hooker, Charles ....,. 18,77,130 Hooker, Frances ...... 45,231,130 Hoover, Eric .... . . .90,130 Hard, Oliver. . . . . .63,95,130 Howie, Pat ....,. . . .80,13O Hudson, Jeanette. . . . . .94,131 Huettner, Patricia. . . ,.... .131 Hunnicutt, Janie .... . , .81,131 Hutcherson, Billy. . . .27,78,131 Idom, Sandra .,... .68,77,131 lnmon, Byron.. . Ivey, Linda ..... Jackson, Jack .... Jameson, Donna. . . Jennings, Bennett. . Johnson, Vicki .... Johnson, Webb .... ......131 ....131 ......131 ...83,131 ...131 ...131 ......131 May, Lamar. ,...,....., 90,135 McAlilly, Sherry. . . ...... .135 McCa1I, Mike.. . ..,,. 91,135 McCarty, Judy ........., 81,135 McCharen, Gwen. .23,74,81,135 McCool, Larry .......... 78,135 McDill, Alston ..... ..... 1 35 McDonald, Bill .... ....... 1 35 McDonnell, Anne ..... 51,81,135 McDonnell, Bob .... ..... 1 35 McGehee, Virginia ..,... 80,135 Mcllwain, Mike ..... . . .95,136 Mclntash, Charlene ...... 94,135 Mclntash, Jimmy .....,..... 136 Mclntyre, Jack C. .... 71,108,136 McKay, Barksdale ....... 73,136 McKeown, Virginia ..,... 81,136 McMurry, Curry. . 18,26,32,62,92 100,108,121,136 McMurtray, Frances ..,... 83,136 McNees, Elise ...... . . .95,136 Meek, Mickey .......... 90,136 Methvin, Mary Louise ..... 94,136 Metz, Boots .............. 136 Michael, Tim .... ...... 7 9,136 Millice, Libby ....... 79,127,137 Milner, Sheila .......... 81,137 Minor, Martha Ann ...... 83,137 Minor, Paul ......... 78,79,137 Montgomery, Nancy ....... 137 Moore, Alan .... 27,33,58,62,63 69,73,137 Moore, Cam ........... 85,137 Singleton, Jan. .4O,63,64,83,142 Fulmer, Paul .... .... 8 4,127 Gardner, Carol ,...... 31,79,127 Gates, Pete ...... ...... 1 27 Gatlin, Barbara ........ 79,127 Gayden, Jan ........ 74,77,127 Gibson, Linda .......... 81,127 Gilfoy, Melinda .... 19,74,80,128 Gillespie, Gee Gee ...... 80,128 Gipson, Jimmy ............ 128 Godwin, Andrea . .9,32,36,60,63 67,68,83,128,131 Godwin, Bobby. . . Golden, Annette. . Goodyear, Betty. . Gorum, Virginia. . Gray, Bruce ...... . .78,113,128 .........128 . ...80,128 ......83,128 .. .35,96,128 Gregory, Robert Elliott. . .93,128 Griffith, Jimmy. . . Guild, Don ..... Haley, Mac. . . Hall, Cecie ...... Homes, Charles.. . Hanes, Cynthia. . . ......92,128 ......128 ...85,128 ...128 . .... 129 ...83,129 Johnston, Sandro.. .. .88,131 Jones, Carol ...... 74,79,131 Jones, Cecelia ..... . . . 83,132 Jones, Elizabeth Ann . . . 79,132 Jones, Janet ...... . . . . 132 Jones, Patti ....... . . .81,132 Jones, Sondra ..... . . .86,132 Jones, Virginia Anne ..... 77,123 127,132 Karnes, Robert. . . ..... .132 Keller, Pamela ....... 72,8O,132 Kelly, Steve ...... . . .76,132 Kent, Gerry ..... 92,100,104,105 106,132 Kerr, Johnny Kile, Susan.. . ...77,132 King, Edwin .... ...84,132 Kirk, Gretchen .... . . .132 Krieger, Barbara. . . .. .132 Kyle, Pat ........ ...... 1 32 Lackey, Laney .... . . .8O,132 Lackey, Van ..... ....132 Landrum, Alicia .... ...... 1 33 Langston, Roy .... Langston, Sunny. . LaRue, Nancy .... Lawrence, Phil .... Lawrence, Randy. . Lawrence, Steve. . Lawyer, Scott .... Ledlow, Martha. . . Lee, Virginia ..... Levanway, Scott. . Lewis, DeAnn .... Lieb, Phil ..... . . .....85,133 ....17,93,133 ...81,133 ...78,133 . ...87,133 . ...78,133 ....133 ...81,133 .........133 ...78,133,165 44,76,133,143 .....,92,133 192 Moore, Moore, Moore, Carol C. ...... 16,861,137 Sarah .......... 76,137 Tommy .... 32,36,92,100 106,108,121,137 Morris, Linda ........ 23,74,137 Morris, Sara .............. 137 Morton, Pat ............ 80,137 Mouton, Glenn. .16,62,63,84,137 Mullen, Lelia ............. 137 Mullen, Linda ............. 137 Myers, Chris .... . . .78,137 Myers, Ed ..... . . 93,138 Nard, Skippy.. . .... . 138 Neal, Keith ..... .... 8 9,138 Nelms, Nancy ....... 74,79,138 Netterville, Rush ........ 94,138 Nevels, Robert .... ..... 1 38 Nicholson, Mike ........ 91,138 ........138 O'Mara, Bill. . .32,36,92,100,138 O'Neal, Ellen ........ 74,81,138 Owen, Clint.. . .... 90,138 O'Connor, Pamela. Owen, LaRue. . . ,....138 Owens, Margaret. Parkison, Troy .... Pate, Henry ..... Pearson, Jimmy. Peet, Johnny ....... Pennick, Ellen ....... Pennington, Charles. . Pepper, David ...... ....138 ......138 ....95,13B 97,112,138 ....93,138 ......139 ....9O,139 .....139 Peters, Natalie .... .... 8 6,139 Phelps, Bettie ..... ......139 Phelps, Claire .......... 74,139 Pierce, Alice. . .9,27,131,139,143 Pinnix, Jimmy ....... Pittman, Henry ...... Pitts, Cheri .... Place, Pat. . . Platt, Joe .... Pleasant, Bill. . . Pooley, Pat .... Powder, Ceil .... .52,93,139 .. . . . .139 .74,83,139 ......139 .....139 ....97,139 ....78,139 . .... 81,139 Powell, Dianne ......... 87,140 Powers, Anne .......... 77,140 Pratt, Jack. . .5,B,32,62,63,65,95 140 Price, Chesley ...... Price, Pat ....... Primos, Connie .... Pryor, Andy ..,.. ......14O ....94,140 .....14O .....14O Puckett, Donnie .... .... 9 1,140 Putnam, John.. . .....14O Quaka, Tommy .... .... 8 4,140 Ragsdale, Ginger .... ......14O Randall, Douglas ........ 93,140 Ray, Sharon ...... .... 7 7,141 Redus, John. . . Reed, Susan .... Reynolds, Wally ..... ......141 ..,.86,141 ......141 Rice, Kathy ......,........ 141 Richey, Michael . 3O,75,76,80,141 Richmond, Sandra. .27,61,79,141 Riddle, Tony .... Ridgway, Bob .... 144 ......141 ...9,141,144 Roberts, Evelyn .... .... 8 1,141 Robertson, Wayne ....... 53,141 Robinson, Ken. . . ....92,141 Robinson, Susie .... .... 8 1,141 Rodgers, Becky ......... 72,141 Rodgers, Johnnie .... ....89,141 Roell, Brenda ..... 19,22,74,141 Russ, Rod. . .92,100,101,108,141 Sanders, Larry .... ......142 Schmelzer, Joe ..,.... 27,93,142 Scott, Frances ...... .....142 Seabrook, David. . .. . . .142 Seale, Bill ...... ......... 1 42 Seay, Clant M. .....,.. .... 1 42 seabels, Julie ..... 32,77,136,142 Selman, Susan. . .......64,142 Senseman, Nancy ....... 79,142 Shearer, Danny. . . .....,142 Sherwood, Sidney ....... 94,142 Sides, Margie. . . Simmons, Albert. Singleton, Gail. . 83,142,144 .......77,142 .74,83,142 Smith, Dorothy ......... 94,142 Smith, Lillian .... Smith, Orell. . . . . . .77,143 Smith, Robbie ..... . ....8O,142 ..100,143 Sneed, Elwood .... .... 9 0,143 Sollek, Judy ...... .... 8 8,143 Solomon, Dennis Sorenson, Shirley ...... . 12,143 Sorrells, Charlie ........ 78,143 Spencer, James. .92,101,10B,143 Stomper, Sherry ........ 79,143 Starr, Cherry ..... ...143 Dan .,.... . sims, Karl. . .33,62,63,64,73,89 143 St. Clair, Suzanne. .66,68,77,143 Steadman, Chuck Steen, Dale ..... Stenzel, Terry .... .....18,76,143 .......90,143 ...84,143 Stevens, Johnny ..,. . . .78,144 Stewart, Jan ..... . . .79,144 Still, Bobby. . . . . .90,144 Stillions, Sue .... . . .79,144 Stockton, Dan ..... .... 1 44 Stringer, Sandra .... .... 1 44 Stringer, Sue ,..., .,.. 1 44 Sullivan, Don. . . . . .93,144 Swan, Sybil .,,.. . . .82,144 Swanson, Lynn. . . . . .79,144 Sweat, Mary Lee .....,.. 81,144 Switzer, Ginger ...,,.... 81,144 Tarter, Phyllis ....,, 9,31,80,145 Taylor, Jeanne. . . ....83,145 Tedford, Leyman .... . . .86,145 Thayer, Reanell.. . Thomas, George Thompson, Kay. . . Tibbetts, Robert. . . Tillman, Ann ,... Trunzler, Jim .... Trussell, Terry ,... ....145 ...81,145 ...91,145 ...65,145 ...93,145 ...79,145 Tucker, Toni ........... 45,145 Turbeville, Kay ,........ 81,145 Vance, Ralph .... 18,21 ,32,34,35 37,75,79,121,133,145 Van Devender, John ...,. 78,145 Vaughan, David. . . Virden, Margaret. . . Wailes, Butch .... Waldrup, Larry .... .....78,145 ...81,145 ......145 ........145 Wallace, Bill .....,., 33,95,146 Wallace, Gail.. .. Wallace, Tommy. . . Walton, lva ..... Wann, Delbert, . . Ware, Libby .... . .......146 .....146 ...83,146 ...97,146 ........146 Warren, Rob. ..,.... 54,95,146 Watkins, James ........... 146 Whatley, Rita .... White, Jim ....,.. Williams, George. . Williams, Jimmy. . . ...81,146 . ...84,146 .....84,146 . .... 146 Williams, Johnny ........,. 146 Allen, Barbara. . . Allen, Bill ....,. Allen, Caroline. . . Allen, Merle ..,. Allen, Richard. . . ...148 ...148 ...148 ......148 ......148 Althaus, Averyell ..... 68,82,148 Ammann, Steven. . Anderson, Bob .... Anderson, Tom Jeff. . Appleton, Susan. . Arthur, Pam. . ...,.. Atherton, Charlotte Atkinson, Margaret Babb, Caroline. . . Babbitt, Julie .,... Bailey, Pam .... Baldwin, Billy .... Baldwin, Lynn ,... Ball, Ann ,.,... Bones, J.W.. . . . . Barber, Wayne. . . Barksdale, Bryan. . Barnett, Frank. . . Barton, Cay .... Bates, Richard .... Batte, Sarah. . . . . . Beach, Tom .... Beard, Kathy ..., Bell, Kitty ..... Bennett, Allen .... Bethay, Betty Jo. . Biggs, Lynn .... . Bishop, Burns .... Bivins, Elbert. . . Black, Holly ..... Blackwell, Karen. . Blake, Ned ...... Boggan, Pot. . . . . . Boggs, Nancy .... Bondie, Carolyn. . . Bonner, Tucker. . . Borthwick, Diane. . Boutwell, Candy. . . Bowen, Bev ..... Bowers, Tommy. . . Bradley, Trish .... . Bradshaw, Susan. . . . ....97,15o 7,229,100,156 Williamson, D'Leese. . . .-94,146 Wilson,-Jane ........ 64,83,146 Wilson, Julie. . . Wilson, Laurean ........ 86,146 Winbigler, John ......... 87,147 Wise, Joe. ,26,33,37,49,62,69,87 147,173 Wolfe, Mike ......... 16,86,147 Wolverton, Rodney Word, Alvin ........... 73,147 .......146 Brady, Brome, Betty Jean. . . ......91,149 . . .89,149 .82,84,100 149 ...83,149 . . .83,149 ......80,149 ......76,149 ...94,149 ...83,149 ......149 ...89,149 ...79,149 ....77,149 ......149 ......97,149 91,101,149 155 .. .. . .149 ....79,149 ....93,149 .74,81,149 ....91,149 ...77,149 ......149 ....96,149 ......94,149 .74,82,149 .....96,149 ....93,149 ..100,149 ....79,149 . .... . 150 . 74,77,15O ........150 ......150 ...87,150 ....81,150 .....150 ....76,15O ......15O 77,150,159 ...82,150 . ..... 150 ....82,15O ....82,150 .....l5O ...80,150 ....76,150 Ben ........ 89,100,150 Korryn .......... 79,1 50 Paula ........... 77,150 Carolyn. .9,28,81,148,150 Brann, Debbie ..... Brister, Borden. . . Brooks, Barbara. . . Brooks, Beverly ..... Brown, Brown, Brown, Bruno, Bryan, Robert. . . Wright, Doug ....... 49,84,147 William, Wright ...... 30,92,147 Wrighton, Don ...... , . .86,147 Yarborough, John ....... 78,147 Yarbro, Joanne ......... 82,147 Yerger, Anne ..... 18,74,79,147 JUNIORS Abrams, Marianne ......... 148 Abshier, Peggy ......... 81,148 Adams, Eddie ..... Adams, Jerry. . . . Adsit, Deborah .... Agent, Joan .... Alexander, Joe Alford, Emmett .... .89,100,148 ....89,148 ....88,148 ....83,148 ....96,148 Alford, Griff. , . ..... 84,148 Alfred, Justin ...... .89,100,148 Buck, Judi ......... Buckingham, Jill. . Bullard, Debby.. . Bullard, Tim ..... Bullen, Becky .... Bullock, Bob. . . Bullock, John .... Bunch, Morgan .... Burch, Mary Jane .... Burkett, Ronnie. . . Burt, Jim ........ Burton, Janet Burwell, Anne .... Buster, Johnny. . . Byars, Georgia. . . Bynum, Hal ..... Cabell, Tommy. . . Cain, Eddie .... 76,150,151 ...88,150 ...83,150 ....91,15O .. .150 ...91,150 .....150 .96 ...81,15O ...85,151 .'..90,151 ...77,151 ....85,15l ...83,151 ......151 ...93,15l ....151 Callaway, Dwight ....... 90,151 Cameron, David ........... 151 Carr, Colleen .... . .... .... 1 51 Carr, Jirn 52,92,100,104,113,151 Carrier, Bobby. . . Carson, Phil ..... Casher, Carroll .... Casper, Bill .,.... 151 ....84,151 ....81,151 . ....., 151 Cates, Nancy .......... 82,151 Caughman, Walton Chandler, Kathy. . . Chill, Marlane. . . Chunn, Cliff ...... Clawson, Dorrelyn. Clay, Wanda ..... Clayton, Richard. . . Cline, Nancy .... Coker, Tim ..... . Cole, Bill ...... Cole, Charles .... Cole, Robbie. . . Cone, Jim .... Cook, Jerry .... Cooley, Kim .... Cooper, Betty .... Cooper, Joe. . . Cornell, Lynn .... Corns, Jerry. . . Corum, Beth ..... Cowles, Donna ,... Cox, Glenn ...... Crabtree, Nancy. . . Craycraft, Becky. . . Crisler, Dick. 5 .... Cruthirds, Nelson. . Cummings, Kathleen. . . Currie, Wesley .... Dailey, Jerry ...... Dale, Cindy ..... Daniel, Sandra .... David, Kathy .,.. Davis, Baird .... Davis, Dana. . . Davis, Jo Ann .... Davis, Joe. . . Dawkins, Jo. . . Dees, Don ..,... Defore, Wilson .... Denny, Bobby. . . Dicken, Carole. . . ........151 ......151 .......151 ..96,100,104 108,148,151 ........151 ........152 ...84,152 .......152 ..87,100,152 .....,152 ...93,152 ....152 ....96 ....86 .....84 ...82,152 ...89,152 ......152 ...86,152 ...83,152 ...94,152 ...90,152 ...76,152 . .... 94 .....152 ...89,152 ...152 .. ...,. 152 ....90,152 ......152 ....81,153 .....153 ...153 .....153 ....79,153 ....89,153 ...96,153 ....78,153 ....94,153 ....78,153 Dorris, Sue ............ 81,153 Dorsey, Tommy. . . Douglass, Ed ..... Douglas, Denny. . . Druery, Larry .... Dunn, Penny .... Edwards, Diane. . . Edwards, Larry .... Ellis, Paul ...... Emmons, Vickie. . . Enloe, Sylvia .... Evers, Lynn ...... . . .59,89,153 ......17,153 ...72,76,153 ......153 ....77,153 ....76,153 ....78,153 ....86,153 ....153 .....153 Ewing, Dee Dee ........ 79,153 Falkenburg, Anita .... 72,82,153 Farber, Brad .... 5,8,28,108,113 148,153 Farr, Janet ............ 94,153 Featherston, Sylvia ......... 153 Finger, Bill ........ 97,108,153 Fontaine, Martha ........ 83,153 Ford, Carol ...... Ford, Frank. . . Ford, Lynda .... Forman, Ronnie .... Fortier, Pat .... Foster, Nancy .... Fowler, Ginger .... 193 ......154 ......154 ....80,154 ....76,154 ....79,154 .....154 ....80,154 Fowler, Johnny .... Fowler, Mary .... Fox, Meredith. . . Fraiser, Rita ...... Frazier, Margaret. , ....91,154 . .... 154 ...154 ......154 .....87,154 Fulcher, Robin ....... 61,812,154 Fulgham, Danny. . . Furr, Hugh ...... Gainey, Mike. . . Gainey, Tank ..... Gardner, Tommy. . . Garrard, Pat ...... Garth, Bill ...... Gavant, Myron .... Gholson, David. . . Gibson, Catherine. . Gibson, Mickey .... Gober, Gordon .... Godard, Rebecca. . Godwin, Johnny. . . Goodman, Frank. . . Goodwill, Edith .... Goodwin, Sammy. . Gordon, Susan .... Graham, Darrell. . . Graham, Sammy. . . Grant, Sherry. . . Greco, Connie .... Greenwell, Susan. . Greer, Steve ...... Grelle, Linda Griffin, Marcia .... Griffin, Pat ...... 8 .....78,l54 ...154 ...154 . .154 .....79,154 ....80,154 ...100,154 ...154 ...154 . ..... 154 ....90,154 ....85,154 .....83,154 ........154 .....94,154 .....88,155 .....89,155 ....77,155 ....85,l55 ....78,l55 ....155 ...94,155 .....94,155 ,....155 . ....... 155 2,92,100,155 Guyton, Johnny ...... 33,62,155 Haas, Barbara. . . Haley, Joe ...... Hall, Henderson. . . Halliday, Carol Ann Hamilton, Mike .... Hand, Nancy .... Hargrove, Gale .... Harper, Mike. . Harris, Jim ...... Hayes, Darryl. . . Haynes, Chris. . . Heard, Dan .... Helgeson, Tim. . . Hendrick, Becky. . . Hendrick, Jim. . . Henson, Sandra. . . Herrington, Lewis. Heslop, Bill ....... Hills, Parker .... Hilsman, Gray. . . Hines, Leo .... Hobson, Jim ...... Hogan, Ames ..... Hopkins, Dorothy. . Hopkins, Ginna. . . Horner, Tommy. . .1 Hotchkiss, Janice. . Houston, Bobby. . . Houston, Phyllis.. . Howard, Ronnie. . . Howard, Sue. .... Hubbard, Jane .... Huff, Rickey ...... Huffman, Judy .... Huffman, Louise. . . Hull, Alley Raye. . . Humble, Alpha .... Humphreys, Wayne In-gels, Tommy .... Jacobs, Mike ..... Jeffreys, Steve .... ...,.79,155 .....93,155 ...61,68,l55 .....81,155 .....155 ......155 ....94,155 ....86,155 91,156 .....156 ....93,156 ....97,156 ....76,156 ......156 ...100,156 .....156 ........156 ....94,156 ....93,156 ......156 ....93,156 ...100,156 .....93,156 .....80,156 ......79,156 ........156 ....89,156 ....83,156 ....84,156 ........156 ..81,156,159 ....81,157 ....82,157 .....95,157 . ...... 157 . .... 83,157 ..90,100,157 ........157 ..97,100,157 ..97,108,157 Jobron, Linda .......... 80,157 Johnson, Allen .... Johnson, Cameron . ......97,157 ....157 Wendelsdorf, Scott, Johnson, Costa. . . Johnson, Frank ..... Johnson, Karen ,.... Johnson, Martha Rybu Jones, Kerry ....... Jones, Mike ,,..., Jones, Sara. . . . . Jordan, B.J. .... . Jordan, Lurlean ,.., Jordan, Martha ,.., Jordy, Julie .,,.. Kerr, Joan .... Kerr, Pat. ...., . Kessler, William .,.. King, Ray ......... Kirby, Frank .... . Kirk, Barbara. . . Kuespert, Jack ..,,. Kurkendall, Maud. . . Kyle, Fred ,,...., Lacoste, Jan. . . Lambdin, Ann. . . Lane, Bill .,,,. . Lane, Flo ...... Lang, David ,,.. Lawson, Mary .... Lentz, Peggy ,.,.,. .. ,. .157 ....93,157 ,...83,157 rn ..... 157 ....81,157 .. ..... 157 .72,81,157 ......157 ....94,157 ....82,157 .....157 ....157 ......157 ....77,157 . 78,100,157 ....96,158 .......158 ....158 ....158 ....158 .....158 .......158 ..52,93,158 .......158 ...78,158 ...94,158 ...83,158 Lenz, Margaret ...,.,... 81,158 Lewandowski, Greta. Lipscomb, Marilyn. . Little, Ann .,...... Lloyd, Robbie ..,... Lockhart, Mary Guy. Lotterhos, Bill ...,.. Lowe, Tish ....,.. Lowery, Frances .... Lowery, Mack .... Lowther, Edwin. . . Luke, Linda ..,..... Lutken, Melissa ..... Macdonald, Skipper. Macon, Sherry ..... Monosco, Gene .... Mangin, Jeff .,,.. Mangum, David. . . Mann, Steve .... Mansell, Bob ..,. Marble, Lucy .... Martin, Betsy. . . Martin, Jimmy. . . Martin, John .... Martin, Mollie. . . Masopust, Vicki. . . May, Tricia .,.... Mays, Eddie ....,.. McAllister, Conner. . . McAlpin, Dolton .... McAnulty, Bob .... McCallum, Bob ..,, McCann, Charles .... McCann, Frank ..,.. McClintock, Susan. . . McClurg, Henry ,.... ....80,158 .. .,.. 158 ....15B .......158 ....88,158 ....85,158 ....158 ....158 .,..158 ....158 ...81,158 ....83,158 ....89,158 ....80,158 ...49,158 ...,158 ....158 .....159 ...93,159 ....159 .....159 ...89,159 .....159 ...83,159 ...91,159 ....74,159 .......159 .73,93,159 ....9s,1s9 ......159 ....84,159 ......159 ....78,159 .3O,87,159 ......1s9 McDill, Gerald ..,,..... 97,159 McDill, Margaret Ann McEachern, Frank. . . McKay, Larry ....,,. McKeithen, Eleanor. . McKinnon, Melinda. . . McMurry, Vitrice. , . McNair, Clarissa. . . McNair, Peggy .... Meek, Beverly ...... Melton, Sandra ..... ....94,159 ...108,159 . ..... 159 ....82,160 . 66,77,16O . . .79,16O ,....160 ......160 .,....16O .58,81,160 Messer, Carol ..,. ,... 8 1,160 Meyer, Johnny .... . Miller, Kent ..... Millstein, Sam. . . ...94,16O ....95,160 ...16O Mixon, Chester. . . Mobley, Charles. . . Montgomery, Bette. Montgomery, Dick. . Moore, Carolyn. . . Morgan, Beverly. . . Morgan, Ed. . . . .. Morrow, Nancy. . . Moskewitz, Terre. . , Mosley, Joanne. . . Neely, Ann ...... Nelson, Nelson, Billy ..... Don ...... Nelson, Mary Beth. Netterville, Cindy. . Nettles, Mary ..... Nevels, Bettie .... Newell, Peggy .,,..,.... 51 ,1 60 Newquist, Richard. . Newton, Pat ...... Nichols, Cheryl ..,. Nichols, Donald. . . Nickles, Jim ...., Noone, Randy. . . Norton, Bill .... Oden, Candy. . . . Odom, Terry. . . Ogle, Joan .... Olson, Lynn ..,.. O'Neal Kathy. . . O'Neal, Pamela. . . Outlaw Malcolm. . Overby, Newell. . . Overy, Susan ..... Owen, Patty. . . . Palmer, Coker .... Parker, Tweed. . . Parman, Gregg. . . Patterson, Cathy. . . Patterson, Katherine Pierce, Sandra. . . Pearson, Jane .... Perry, Paul. . . Perry, Rob. . . Peterson, Bill. . . Petty, Bill ...... Phelps, Judi ,.., Phillips, Paul.. . Pickel, Jackie .... Pigott, Donny .... Pinkston, Walter. . . Pittman, Jamie. . . Pleasant, Steve .... Porter, Jay .... Porter, Mike ..... Porter, Warren .... Portnoy, Fredda. . . Posey, Elta ...... Potts, Don ..... Price, Jean .... Priester, Pam .... Primos, Jimmie ..,. Pryor, Melinda. . . Puckett, Barbara .... Pullen, Jerrill ..... Purvis, George .... Quartermon, Chuck Quattlebaum, Eddie. . Radulski, Barry Ragsdale, Dixie. . . Rohm, Gretchen, . . Ramsey, Butch. . . Randall, Steve .... Reddoch, Rocky. . . Reed, Richard. . , Reeves, Sandra. . . Reynolds, Joy. . . Reynolds, Pam. . . ...68,16O ...,16O ,...160 ...97,16O ...8O,16O . ..... 160 ....113,160 .....,16O ....79,160 ......160 ....8O,160 100,160 ...87,160 . . . . .160 ...74,16O 82,160 ....,16O ...83,160 97,100,161 ......161 ..,84,161 .....161 ...161 ....161 ...80,161 ....78,161 .,..161 ...80,161 .....161 ......161 .,108,161 161 .31,80,161 . . . . . .161 89,108,161 ....91,161 .....161 ...161 .....,161 ....81,162 ....83,162 ...162 .....162 ....84,162 ...162 ...162 ......90 ...77,162 .....162 ....84,162 .....162 .....162 ....49,162 ....84,162 ....96,162 ....a0,162 ....77,162 ....93,162 ...162 .....162 ....89,162 ......162 ....83,162 77,162,167 ......162 ....85,162 . ...162 ......162 ....87,162 .....162 ....86,163 .. . .93,163 ....93,163 ....81,163 ....82,163 ...163 Rich, Eileen ,...., Richards, Cindy ,... Richards, Wylie .... Richardson, William. Riley, Louise Robertson, Bill ..... Robertson, Stokes ..,. Robinson, Alden. . . Rockett, N.W.. . . Rodgers, Sherry. . . Rogers, Donna. . . Ross, Sally Fran .... Rowzee, Betty. . . Runnells, Beverly. . . Rusling, Linda ..... Russ, Burdette ..... Schurtz, Mike ...... Sciro, Carol Ann. . . Scott, Elizabeth .... Scott, Sam ..... Scott, Sharon .... Seagle, Jeanne .... Seale, Linda ..... Shaddock, Anne ..... Shank, Gail .... . . . . ...94,163 .....83,163 97,108,163 .....89,163 ....87,163 .....163 ...87,163 ......182 ...79,163 ......163 74,148,163 ...163 .....87,163 .....89,163 77,101,163 ......163 ...a1,164 ....164 ......164 ...81,164 ....164 ...80,164 .....164 . ...164 Shapard, Jacqueline ....... 164 Sharp, Kathy ..... Shelton, Pam ..... Sheppard, Linda.. . Sherrard, Ray .... Shirley, Connie .... Shotts, Henry ....... Sides, Kathy. . . .....77,164 ...81,164 ....164 .......96 81,164 90,100,164 ..........164 ...........164 Simmon, Kathy. Sims, Bill ...... 64,65,68,77,164 Sims, Patricia ........,. 80,164 Sims, Peggy .... ......... 1 64 Sissell, Buzz ......... 74,77,164 Sistrunk, Emily ............ 164 Skelton, Billy. .52,63,78,108,164 Slaughter, Stanley. . . ....85,164 Small, Kathy.. . ..... .164 Small, Randy. . . .... 93,164 Smart, Dana. . . ..... 89,164 Smira, Bobby ....... 87,108,164 Smith, Allen. . . ...... 93,165 Smith, Anne. . . .... 32,86,165 Smith, Bennett. . .... 94,165 Smith, Dave ..... ..... 1 65 Smith, Dorothy. . , .82,165 Smith, Doyle ........... 78,165 Sneed, Tommy ...... 93,152,165 Somers, Ted Spaulding, Steve. . . Speake, Phil .... Speetiens, Frank. . . Stage, Dianne. . . Stark, Carey. . . Starnes, Earl ...... Statham, Mike. . . Stockett, Sam .... Stone, Jenny. . . Stone, Susan .... Stortz, Lois ..... Strange, Don .... Stribling, Susan .... Strickland, Sheryl. . Stringer, Connie. . . Suess, Rae Anne. . . Sullivan, Bob ...... Sullivan, Mildred. . . Summer, Carl ..... Sumrall, Jack .... Swales, Libby. . . Swann, Jim ....... Swearingin, Dan. . . Sylar, Carol Ann. . . Symington, Gay. . . ....91,165 ....165 ....a4,165 ......16s ......165 90,100,165 ....91,165 ......165 ....a2,165 ...9,165 ......16s ....91,165 ....s6,165 ....81,165 ....87,166 ....a3,166 ....91,166 ....a2,166 ..78,165,166 ........166 ....94,166 ....91,166 ...165,166 ....87,166 .....80 166 Tate, Bill ...... Taylor, Mary Margaret. . .82,166 93,166 80,166 Tedford, Larry. . Thames, Bill ..... .... Thames, Judy .... . . . Therrell, Steve. . . .... 91,166 Thomas, Dixie. . . Thomas, Dolores. . . Thompson, Gary. . . Thompson, Judy ..... . ..... 166 ....81,166 ....91,166 ......166 Thompson, Pat ....... 61,81,166 Thompson, Percy, . . Thornhill, Dave .... Thomson, Pat .... Thorsen, Jimmy .... Tomlin, Peggy ..... 166 ....91, ...84,166 ...77,166 ...97,166 ......166 Tingle, Hardy ....... . .63,81,166 Tomlin, Ronnie. .97,108,113,166 Traylor, Brenda ..... ....94,167 Trim, Judy ........ . .... 76,167 Trussell, Charlsie. , , Tucker, Henry. . . . Tumasz, Mary .... Turman, Tripp. . . Turner, Becky .... Turner, Bettye. . . . . Turner, Scott ....... ...82,167 ...84,167 ....94,167 ..,.167 ...83,167 ......167 ....97,167 Twente, Pat ...... 74,77,156,167 Upchurch, Mary ......... 81,167 Vest, Jimmy .... 92,100,112,167 Villeret, Howard .... Wailes, Ellen ...... Waldron, David. . . Walker, Cindy ..... Walker, Mary Anne ...... 81,167 Wall, Melanie ...... Walsh, Cecile .,.... Ware, Marilyn. . . Warren, Ray. . . Warren, Terrie ..... Washburn, Linda. . . Watras, Laurin. . . Watson, Bill .... Weavey, G. .... . Webber, Robbie .... Weems, Billy ..... Wellborn, Jim. . . Wells, Kenneth. . . Wells, Melissa. . . Wells, Paul ....... Welty, Mary Alice. . .,.91,167 ......167 ...90,167 ....,..81 ....87,167 ..74,82,167 ......167 ...87,167 82,167 82,168 .....168 ...B5,168 . .... 168 ......168 ....93,168 ....168 ...97,168 ......168 . ..... 168 ..74,82,168 ....,.168 Weshafer, Judy ........... 168 Whatley, Lana. . White, Larry. . . Whitfield, Ben. . Wilburn, Steve . Wiley, Billy .... Wilkinson, Patsy Williams, ...77,168 Brenda... ........79,168 ........77,168 ..61,79,108,168 ........87,168 ..........168 ....87,165' Williams, Butch .... . . .91,168 Williams, Chip. . . . . .76,169 Williams, Kathy .... .... 1 69 Williams, Kay ..... . . .77,169 Williams, Morris .... ...... 1 69 Williams, Perry .... . . .93,169 Williams, Sherry Wilson, Carl. Wilson, Dana Wilson, Paul. Wiltshire, Lee Windels, Jane .... Windsor, Sue wise, Bill ...... Withers, Witty, Bing. . Bill. ......169 .....79,169 ....76,151,169 .....100,101,108 155,169 .....85,169 ....86,169 ...87,169 ..,169 ....169 ..........76,169 Wohlgemuth, Jimmy ..... 84,169 Woods, James. . . . . . .96,169 Woodward, Susan ,..... .88,169 Wooldridge, Betty ..... . . . .169 Wooten, Jesse ..,. . . .91,169 Wray, Gail.. . . . ....169 Wright, Bill ...... . . .169 Wright, George .... ,... 1 69 Wroten, Jimmy .,.. . . .84,169 Young, Scott ..... . . .87,169 Zeagler, Sherry .,......, 94,169 SOPHOMORES Adams, John C. ......... 84,170 Adams, John ..... ...78,170 Adsit, Walt ...... .... 1 70 Aeschliman, Joyce. . . .170 Aldy, Billie Jean. . . .. .170 Alexander, Gordon .... . . .170 Allen, Mike ..,... . . .170 Allen, Vennie ..... Ammons, Cheryl. . Anderson, Van. . . Arnold, Charles. . . Ashby, Iggy ...,. Ashford, Gayle. . . Ator, Becky ...... Augustus, Gaines. Axley, Mary Ann. . Babb, Nancy .... Baddley, Margie. . . Barksdale, Melanie. Barnes, Sue ...... Barnett, Glenda. . . Barnett, Martha. . . Barton, Emelie .... Bass, Johanna .... Baucom, Edward. . Beach, Bobs ..... Beach, Susan. . . Bell, Kathy ....... Bennett, Mary Lou. Berg, Randy ..... Bergmark, Martha. Bible, Beth ....., Blaine, Ronnie .... Blake, Judy .... Blanks, Patty. . . Blanton, Lorelei. . . Bledsoe, Jan. . . Blythe, Don ...... Booth, Sylvia ..... Boudreaux, Linda. . . ...... 170 . ...81,l7O ...93,170 . .... 78,170 .....170 . ...83,170 . .... 86,170 ......86,l7 . .... 81,170 ...170 ...170 ...170 . ...... 170 . .... 94,170 . ...... 170 ....8O,170 ....94,170 ...171 ...171 ...171 . ...... 171 ...,..76,171 . ...90,171 171,178 . ...81,171 .9O,17O ....83,171 ....77,171 ,...76,171 ......171 ....94,171 ........171 ........171 Bowen, Bo. .90,100,170,171,182 Bowers, Terry .... ......84,171 . ...94,171 Bowling, Nancy... ...81,171 Bradford, Lanny.. . . . .91,171 Bowling, David. , . Brasher, Judy .... Breland, Sandra. . Brock, Roger. . . . Brooks, Ronnie. . . Brown, Donald. . . Brown, Penny ...... Brown, Richard C.. . . Brown, Richard H. .... . . 171 ...81,171 80, Bridges, Jeanne. . . . . .83,171 . . .89,171 ...90,171 ...171 ...171 ...171 ...171 Brown, Sharon .... . . .94,171 Brunson, Celia .... Brunson, Cindy ..,.... 6 Bryant, Jo ..... Bryant, Ree ...... Bueno, Manuel. , . Buie, Priscilla. . . Burke, Barbara. . . Burke, Mary Ruth. . Burnham, David. . . Burwell, Judy ,... ......82,171 1,79,171 .....77,171 ..,82,171 Buchanan, Steve. . . . . .90,171 ...97,17l ...81,171 82,171 . ...76,171 . ...90,171 94,171 Burwell, June. . . Bush, Becky .... Bush, Pat ....... Butler, Camille. . . Butler, Charmaine ....... 80,172 Butts, Hal ....... Byrd, Robert. . . Byrd, Wallace .... Cain, Lucy ....... Caldwell, John. . . Callaway, Becky. Callender, Cindy. ...172 ...172 ......172 ...80,172 ...90,172 ....172 ...9O,172 ...83,172 ...84,172 ...79,172 ...81,172 Camp, Cliff ...... . . .9O,172 Cannada, Ric .... . . .94,172 Cantrell, Hugh ...... .... 1 72 Capriotti, Jim .............. 96 Carmichaem, Malcolm .... 91,172 Carney, Neal ..... Carpenter, Bill Carpenter, Larry. . . Carter, Jon ...,.. Cartledge, Richard. Case, Karen ...... Cavett, Clint M.. . . Chapman, Linda. . . Childs, Sue ...... Chustz, Steve ..... .....92,172 ...90,172 ....172 .....85,172 .,......l72 ...78,82,172 ...81,172 ....172 . .... 172 Cissna, Mary Louise ..... 94,172 Clark, Charles .,.. Clayton, Billy .,... Cleland, Jane ..... Clingan, Al ...,.... Cohen, Edward ..... Cohen, Marilyn ..... ........172 ........172 .9,15,61,172 .......9O .......86 ......172 Coker, Mike. . 28,58,100,170,172 Coleman, Coley. . Collins, Foster ..,. Calmer, Bill .... Cone, Susan. . . Conly, Judy .... Conn, Joan ...... Connelly, Mike. . . Conner, Mary Ann Cook, Buddy .... ......93,172 ...84,172 ...95,172 ...81,172 ...81,172 .....94,172 ...95,100,172 .,.......173 ......173 Cook, Greg ...... . . .85,173 Cook, Peggy .... .... 1 73 Copeland, George. . . . . .173 Cordell, James. . . ..... .173 Corns, Karen ..... . . .81,173 Cotten, Linda .... . . .81,173 Cotting, Mac Coursan, Jimmie. . . . . ,97,173 Covington, Cathy .... .... 1 73 Covington, Lee Cowan, Lynn ,.... . . .81,173 Crell, Jimmy .,.. .... 1 73 Crews, Peggy ,... . . .8O,173 Currie, John .... . . ,87,173 Curtis, Lynne.. . . . .80,173 Daniel, Dianne. . . . . .79,173 Daniel, Paula. . . . . . .173 Daniels, Dana .... . . ,82,173 Darling, Vickie.. . . . . .173 Davis, Marilyn .... . . .173 Davis, Pam .... .. .173 Davis, Peggy.. . . . .173 Davis, Sara .... Day, David ...... Dean, David ..... .,..173 . ..... 90,173 ......61,173 Deaton, Penny. 100,1 12,173,178 Denman, Jan ,.......... 76,173 Denton, Beth. . . Deter, Dan ...... ....173 ,...173 Donahue, Sandy .... . . .87,173 Donley, Jami ..... ...8O,173 Doolittle, Tommy ........ 97,173 Dortch, Mark .......... 90,174 Downing, Dave ...... 93,97,174 Hederman, Zach. . . .....176 Helfrich, Mary Lou ....... 88,176 Helman, Kenneth ........ 94,176 Helms, Linda ...... ....80,176 Henderson, Archie ....... 90,176 Hendrix, Paul ............. 176 Herlong, Mary Dell e ..... 82,176 Herman, Bob ........... 84,176 Hester, David .......... 76,176 Hetherington, Harry ........ 176 Drennan, Dink .... ....... 1 74 Duke, Dennis. . . ....... .174 Dukes, Michael ..... 84,100,174 Dunn, Charles .......... 89,174 Dunn, David ....... . . . 174 Eddleman, Bill .......... 94,174 Edwards, Barbara Ann ...... 174 Edwards, Donna .... . . .86,174 Edwards, Raynor. . . 90,174 Edwards, Steven .... . . .90,174 Egbert, Billy ,.... .. .97,174 Egbert, Johnny ..... . . .97,174 Einhaus, Susan Lee ...... 76,174 Ellzey, Frankie. . . . . .77,174 Enochs, Karen .... .... 1 74 Ethridge,'Billy .... . . .84,174 Evans, Kathy.. . ...80,174 Ewell, Jesse .... . . ,90,174 Ewert, Polly .... Ewing, Janet .... Ezelle, William .... Farber, Hap ...... Farlee, David. . . Files, Nancy. . . Finger, Roy ..... Fitts, Harriet ,... Fleming, Sally .... Foose, Sarah. . . . . ......174 ..,..94,174 .....85,174 Fortenberry, Pamela. Foshee, Billy ..,.., Foster, Anne. . . Foster, Ariel .... Fox, Lynn ...,. Frank, Roslyn. . . Frazier, C. E. .... . Freeman, Alison. . . Fulmen, Bill ....... .90,100,174 ....78,174 .......174 ...76,174 ...81,174 ...81,174 ....81,174 ....8l,175 .....9O,175 ....175 ....175 ....175 ......175 ...89,175 ....82,175 ,...90,175 Fyke, Earl ....... 46,94,170,175 Gainey, Nan ........... 79,175 Gallman, Andrew Gates, Vicki ....... Gear, Adrianne .... Germany, Robert. . . Gibson, Beverly .... ,.....175 .51,a1,175 . . .93,175 ...79,175 Gilliland, Caroline ....... 84,175 Gladney, Don ...... Glaze, Pat ....... Glover, Danny .... Gober, Wanda. . Goodin, Jimmy ..... Goodrich, Jeff .... Gordon, Carl .... ...78,175 ....175 ......175 ......175 . 96,100,175 .....87,175 Graham, Patrick .... Gray, David ..... Gray, Doug ...... ...90,175 ....l75 ....175 ....175 Grentell, Raymond ...... 94,175 Gross, John ...... Gunter, Phyllis ..... Hall, Brad .... . . . Hall, Ann. . . Hall, Elaine ..... Hall, Pam ........ Hampton, Pigeon. . . Hanes, Becky .... Hanna, Donie .... Hardy, David. . . Hardy, Scott .... Harpe, Brenda ..... Harper, Bill ...... ......175 ...79,175 .i89,175,185 ,.....175 ....79,175 .....175 ...76,175 ...83,175 .....175 ...93,175 ...78,175 ...79,176 .46,94,176 ......176 Harrell, Martha Lou. Harrelson, Martha Ann. . .87,l76 Harris, Lucile. .... . Hart, Larry ..... Hayes, LuAnn .... Head, Charlie .... Hearn, Jane .... Hearon, Erik Hederman, Gail. , . 195 ...79,176 . ..... 176 ...79,176 ...9O,176 ...176 ...,176 Hewitt, Tony. ..........89,176 ....78,176 Hines, Horace Hines, Linda. Hiserman, Cindy .......-4- .176 Holder, Susan. . Hollingsworth, Hoover, Linda. Hopkins, Jack .......... 90,176 Hord, Anne. . . Hosch, B.B. .... . Howard, Bill .... Howard, Randy. . . Howie, Don .... Hudson, Ron Hughes, Ben ..... .... 1 76 Humphrey, Hal. 15,82,176 .9,15,29,81,176 Nancy ,... 81,176 ...........176 ....86,176 ......176 ....91,176 ....83,176 .....176 .... .176 ....93,176 Hunter, Jimmy .... Hunter, Roberta ........ 87,176 Hutton, Lloyd. . lnmon, Martha. lvey, Larry .... lvey, Ronnie .... Ivy, Linda .,.. Jackson, Joe .... Jackson Jenkins, Jenkins, Johnson, Johnson Johnson .... 97,177 .... 81,177 .......177 ....97,l77 .....177 . .... .... 9 0 , Rebecca ....... 61,177 Jennifer ........ 82,177 Spencer ..... 55,94,177 Camille .......... 177 , Charles .......... 177 , Christy ........ 82,177 Johnson, Chipper Johnson, Pete Johnston, Billy ...... 90,177,178 Jones, Bill ..... 100,101,113,177 Jones, Bob ............... 177 Jones Charlton. . . .... .177 Jones Kendall .... .... 9 0,177 Jones, Ransom .... ..., 9 0,177 Jones Roger ...... .,... 1 77 Jordan, Laura Lee Jordy, Denny .... Karstens, Shirley. Kelly, Charlie .......... 89,177 Kelly, Claire ..... Kennedy, Bev.. . . Keough, Margaret ......... 177 Keveryn, Al ..... Kilgore, Judy .......... 81,177 King, Rivers ..... Krause, Tammy. . Krieger, Ruth. . . Kyle, Stephen. . . Labhart, Linda. . . Lackey, Carl ...,. Lagerson, Karen .... . . ,76,178 Land, Tommy .... Lansdell, Emily.. . Largent, Richard. . Laseter, Mike .... .......94,177 .........177 ...76,177,178 . ..... 177 ...9O,177 .........177 ...76,177,182 .........177 .......177 ...97,177 . .... 177 . .... 178 ...9O,178 ...79,178 .. ...90,178 . .... 178 Lassiter, Ford. . . . . .93,178 Letoldt, Patsy .... . . .76,178 Lemon, Georgia .... . . .81,178 Lenoir, Bill ..... . . .93,178 Lenz, Frances. . . . . . .178 Lester, Tom ..... . . .90,178 Lockhart, John .... . . .94,178 Loflin, Mark .... . . .89,178 Loper, Linda .... . . .82,178 .....18O Love, Lucy .... Lowe, Shirley .... Lowry, Buddy.. . Luke, Linda ..... Lundy, Cathy.. . Lutken, lsabel .... Lutrick, Lorraine. . Lyell, Garland .... Lynch, Marsha .... Lynch, Steven Maher, Chris ,.,. Maior, Alex. . . Maley, Bess .,.. Maley, Claude. . . Mann, Colvin.. .. Marbury, Jeanne. . Marshall, Lloyd. . . Martin, Carolyn. . . Martin, John .... Martin, Ken. . . Mason, Linda. . . Massey, Karen. . . Matthews, Merry. . Maxwell, Bobby. . May, Allen ,...... Mayfield, Carolyn . Mayo, Jeanie. . . . Mays, Myra.. . . . McAlilly, Debbie. . McAlilly, Gwen. . . McArthur, Bruce. . McCleave, Barry. . McCollum, Stewart McCool, Karen. . . McCoy, Linda .... McDaniel, Danny. . McDowall, Frances McEachern, Gibby. McEwen, Frances. . McGee, Margie .... McGehee, Peggy. . McGowan, David. Mcllwain, Ginny. . Mclnnes, Bill ..... McKee, Paul ..... .....178 .. ..... 178 93,178 82,178 ....76,178 ....83,178 ......81,178 ....91,178 .....178 ....178 .......93 ....80,178 . .... 97,178 . .... 93,178 ....81,178 .....178 .......178 ....91,178 .....178 81,179 80,179 . .... ...179 ......87,179 90,100,179 ......96,179 . ...179,194 ...80,179 ...88,179 ....179 ...78,179 . ....... 179 . .... 100,179 ...76,179 ...ai,i79 ...90,179 . ..... 82,179 .... 179 ....179 .....179 .. ...82,179 ....179 ...81,179 ...90,179 ....179 McKeigney, Norton ...... 90,101 McLean, Ellen .... McMurry, George. McRae, Richard. . . Meador, Barbara. Meeks, Rod ...... Meiia, Danny .... Meredith, Corky. . Middleton, Kathy. Miller, Bob ...... Miller, Cynthia .... Miller, Sherri. . . Milling, Jo Lynn. . . Mills, Cooper ..... Milstead, George. Minor, Jeff ...... Mitchell, Don. . . Mitchem, Linda. . . Molpus, Ronnie. . . Monroe, Leon .... Montgomery, Ed. . Moody, Pat ...... Morgan, Bubba. . . Morgan, Gary Morgan, Red ...... 108,179 ...79,179 ....179 ....179 ...76,179 ....179 ....179 ...a4,i79 ...76,179 ...76,179 ....179 ....179 ....179 .....180 ...94,180 .....180 ...76,180 ....180 ...9o,iao ...9o,1ao ...94,1so ......180 . 89,180,185 Morrison, Tita. ..... 94,174,180 Mosol,'David .... . ..... 90,180 Mounday, Rockie ........ 80,180 Mounger, Chris ........... 180 Mullen, Bill ........ 97,100,180 Nabors, Donnie.. . ..... 90,180 Neely, Mary Anne. ...... 76,180 Neely, Toni. .4 .... . . ..... 180 Neill, Charles Neil, Kathy. .... . ....82,180 Newcomb, Martin ....... 91,180 Newman, Becky. . . .... .180 Nicholson, Sue .... ..... 1 80 Noel, Dick .... ....90,180 Noel, Johnny ..... .... 7 8,180 Noone, Mike .... ......97,180 Northern, Charley .... 58,91,180 Norville, Gloria ........... 180 Oates, Patricia .... .... 7 2,180 Oldham, Bob ........... . . .89 Oliver, Jerry ...... .97,180,185 O'Mara, Charles . 8 Ozier, Charles .... Pace, Tom ...... 9,100,170,180 ..90,100,18O .........180 Packer, Martha. . . ...... .180 Parham, Lynda .... . . . . .180 Pearson, Susan. . . . . .80,180 Pennick, Sharon .... .... 1 80 Perkins, Sharmain ....... 87,180 Peters, Nancy ...... . . .77,181 Phelps, Dudley. . . Phelps, Sara .... Phillips, Bill. . . Phillips, Billy .... Phillips, Paul .... Phipps, Vicki.. . Pickel, Jerry .... Place, Brenda .... Ponder, Jim .... Pope, Charles .... Pope, Dianne. . . Porter, Gloria. . . Price, Terry .... ...90,181 ...so,1a1 ...7a,1ai .....9o ...94,1ai ....ia1 ...Jai ...80,181 ...Jai ...a7,ia1 ....1a1 ....aa .....ia1 Privette, John. . . . . .78,181 Pugh, Penny .... .... 1 81 Purvis, John ..... . . .78,181 Pyles, Courtenay. . . .... 181 Querin, Alan Quinn, Darden. . . .......18l Ragland, Lynne ........... 181 Ragsdale, Johnny. . . .97,100,181 Ratliff, Cecilia .......... 82,181 Ray, Sandra .... Reagan, Woody. . Reaves, Woodie. . Reed, Evelyn .... ....82,90,181 . ...77,181 . ...90,181 . ...81,181 Regan, Gaylen. . . . . .90,181 Reid, George ...... .... 1 81 Reynolds, Joanna ....... 81,181 Rhodes, Debbie. . Rials, Pat ....... .. ...81,181 ....181 Rice, Nancy ....... .. .181 Ridgway, Bruce .... .. .181 Ringenberg, David Ritchie, Cathy .... . . .80,181 Ritter, Dottie ..... . . .77,181 Robbins, Tommy.. . . . .96,182 Robinson, Frances .......... 79 Robinson, Richard ....... 84,182 Robinson, Sidney. ...... 90,182 Rodgers, Tru ...... .... 1 82 Roell, Jack .... Rusling, Van .... Russell, Linda. . . Salvo, Nate ...... Sampson, Drew. . . . .... 182 ...90,182 ...81,l82 ....182 ......90,182 Sanders, Carol Jan ........ 182 Sanders, George. . Sansing, Tim Sansing, Tom ...... Santangelo, Tony. Sartin, Ralph ..... Scanlon, Joe ..... Scarbrough, Beth. . Schwinler, Donna. Scott, Bert ....... Scott, Steve ...... Searight, Bill .... Sears, Grant .... Seely, Laddie. . . Sharp, Bobbie .... Sharp, Wyatt. . . Shearer, Bobby. . . Shell, Danny ..... ....182 ......182 ......78,182 ......90,182 ...75,76,182 ........182 ......80,182 ...61,182 ......97 ...i77,1a2 ...7a,1e2 ....182 .....182 ...9o,1a2 ....96,1e2 ........182 Shell, Jonnie ..... 90,100,182 Sheppard, Jimmy ....... 90,182 Shiel, Janie ...... . . .80,182 Simmons, Linda. . . Sims, Sheryl .... Skinner, Kay. . . Slaughter, Kent. . . ....182 ....183 ....183 ....183 Sloan, Cathy.. . . . .80,183 Smith, Barbara.. . . . .82,183 Smith, Cambria ........... 183 Smith, Herbert ......... 90,183 Smith, Lem ...... 58,89,182,183 Sollek, Gilbert ......... 84,183 Sours, Kyle ...... 77,178,183 Speake, Elizabeth. Speaks, Lynda .... Speed, Lake .... Spell, Doris .... Spencer, Cole .... Squires, Kathy. . . Starnes, Jimmy .... Stauss, Marie. . . St. Clair, Lynne. . . Stewart, Carol .... Stewart, Susan. . . Stillions, Ralph.. . Stokes, Jim .... Street, Elaine. . . Strickland, Albert. Sullivan, Geri .... Sumrall, Craig .... Sumrall, Houston. . Sunderman, Paul. . Surguine, Carol. 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