Murrah High School - Resume Yearbook (Jackson, MS)

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S elif A -. ll ' ' up , ,fag , rf , ,Z lnrp1!""-W aq- -J-..- 1 'WRQ ii? ,swf 'Allis' ma gy .ggi Jockson, Mississippi: o proud city of growth ond de- velopment. . .o wise city thot teoches its youth to proctice sincere hospitolity, to oppreciote beouty ond decency, ond to strive for improvement. " -Q- tv x, t 31.131 Like toithtul moil-corriers, students bottled every form ot noture to push through the noisy holls. .. roin-tilled doys olwoys seemed to moke closses o little eosier to beor, ond going home lost its oppeol. , K E X I E512 E 522215255 I :Q gk K' - NN Q SxY W- K -is '25 anim 4 , Serious studying wos often confused with wistful doy- dreoming ond coreful clock-wotching. . .closses were nerve-rocking during orol recitation ond spur-of-the moment tests. . .Spring Fever broke out before Christ- mos ond no one ever found on effective ontidote. I "Professional" wos the big word with "ambition" os o helper. . . music, dromo, ond ort flourished in the melodromo ond the musicol . . .even the tiniest tolent did not remoin hidden tor very long. 10 By The end of The year, Teachers' nick-names had been erased by The founding of lasting s'rudenf-fac- ulty friendships. . .bored, lazy, or honesfly confused students wore weary paths 'ro The Teachers' desks. in U 0 Q! Those tive precious minutes before school begon were pocked with shouted greetings ond whispered contidences. . .the youthful clomor ot the busy doy shorply controsted with mid-otternoon's stronge hush. W 13 Listening in the classroom, a major part of learning, was often marred by note-passing and mind-won- dering . . .high school Scrapbooks should include a record of a lecturing teacher's monotonous drone. Q? X E , 'frsf , Loyal supporters worked feverishly under the caretul survey ot the dreaded elections committee... blackened eyes, pin-on campaign buttons, and pickets shouted, "l'd rather tight than switch!" and "Strike with Fyke!" trjQg mi. ur r c Q ok W3 nkfeiif vo fs ff 17?- 16 4 fh..,f., . 1 V fm., , , f , ,.., ,cr ,Q 3 ' W4 iffgfffw f , Mm WZ? iidfv wiiiffli if ffwffffy M ' Q fgffaw' WM ' fgaymy 3f x yy, 9Jgfcz,w4L'f, x ' .1 f,ez,H,w ,c,1 , ' ,,.,,,, X ,, gi 17 ... 14.., 1 I 'Y"""Y"Q'T W 2 . , ' r 3 Q 4 .11 , x I 1 X i 1 W 4 1 - , , . 1 L l l 73 !:- ' 5:25 5 Q '1l" ? s TJ :bl fm rm em! Cf:-1 Ugg!!! -Ki' -Q WM .. .3-.53 -,-, ztzz. ..,. X MQ-W-f-X.-. Q J u-1 N'w:-,ww--"""c.4n 18 Contents Dedication Student Life Personalities Academic Life Organizations Athletics Classes Index Dedication His quiet wit and endless supply ot "true stories" make him a favorite ot iournalism students, his know- ledge and versatility demand respect. Guiding the Hoofbeat to its present degree ot excellence, coaching the tennis team, sponsoring the Quill and Scroll Society, and otticiating at sports events, Mays B. Hunter displayed qualities that enable the R6sum6 statt to proudly dedicate to him the yearbook tor l965. 1 ,X M " ,-l5.....,T..:.- K """'!!E'!'!.' MQ Mr. Mays B. Hunter f Aww G H giyid I' 35361211 ,w , ' - . ,VV '4' 9' V , If Hr Lhffgn, :JDS 5 'B S. Bleating horns, double-parked sport cars, warning bells, and a mad dash to first period...colors days and thunderous pep rallies, bus rides and football games.. .well-earned victory dances, scores ot senior parties, dates, and lonely Saturday nights.. .morning watch, "Your attention please, tor one necessary announcement," . . .red cor- sages on pink prom dresses.. .back- stage study hall, midnight rehearsals, cokes, nabs, and the sounds ot music. .. standard Class Day whites, final cram- ming tor exams, cumbersome mortar- boards, "Hail to thee, our Alma Mater, thou art strong and true' '... "and we will not torget though we be tar, tar away.. .that through the years we'll see you in the sweet afterglow." Student Life '65 24 ji MN' - . lgu I -lnioy "Scalp what red men?" worry Eddie Adams, Bill Garth, and Mike Coker as students cheer The Mustangs to victory in the pep rally Pep Rallies Spice Everyday Routine During activity period of The day ot each Toot- ball game, The packed gymnasium Throbbed with The rhythmic cheers ot an enthusiastic student body. Eight award-winning cheerleaders taught new yells, Team members stressed The importance- oi student support, The Murrah Misses performed precision drills, and The pep band blared The tight song: Hail To The Mustangs valiant, Hail To The Blue and Silver, Hail, hail to Murrah High School, Fight tor her Tame. On withthe noble spirit, On with The Blue and Silver, Hail, hail to Murrah High School, We will win This game! Crowded into The gymnasium, The entire student body explodes with a Tinal round ot "Two-bits." preceding the game with Yazoo City Indians. "We're the C-H-A-M-P-Sl", chants Co- Head Cheerleader Susan Stone before student packed bleachers. M: "Mustangs Great," shouts Senior Cheerleader Pat Thompson in a pre-game pep rally. "Go you Mustangs!" urges Co-Head Cheer- leader Carolyn Bruno to the football team before their road trip to Greenville. "f""5f ??? I ,. 1 v W fins Displaying their "smiles, styles, and win- ning ways," Murrah Misters Bill Sims, Bill Casper, and Bob Anderson perform in the Provine pep rally. Leading the roar of the student body in the pep rally before the Meridian game, Senior Cheerleader Sally Fran Ross proud- ly exclaims, "We've got the Mustangs on our team -they're g-r-r-r-reat." -4" -'51 119' :af M . , Qs , 'L - Fife, 3 15 4 nag , Q Y'wu,?' K I ' 4 1 5- I. A av, 5, .-1' . q.,,, N .1 'S Q -if ' An- ix SQQ - xr we OM I I I' N ", hw ,, ' jfs, f Q. L-g f " f f ' fA ' ,, Q if ff f f i -wk W 'Y' LQ 'L 4 uf , ,f 1, MM rr r,r A . ' 7444? ,,", Qs" Qin V, i V, ,f I 'ir , ,M A f ,J V v,.,.,,,, r.ri VA. 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The Home- coming court included Seniors Carolyn Bruno, Lynn Olson, and Susan Stone, Juniors Susan Holder and Kyle Sours, Sophomores Connie Craft and Mary Welch. A spirited Mustang squad defeated Cen- tral Ql-6 in'the.night's contest. Half-time entertainment glistened with the Coronation of Queen Carolyn Bruno and the announce- ment of winning homeroom decorations. Laughing and dancing, hundreds of stu- dents crowded into the vibrating Olympic Room to celebrate the climax of a tiring, full-filled Homecoming week. Carolyn Bruno, with Brad Farber, Lynn Olson, senior maid, with Joe Cooper, Kyle Sours, iunior, and Spencer Jenkins, Mary Welch, sophomore maid, and her escort David Buck. Anxiously awaiting the announcement of the queen, Bill Garth and Carolyn Bruno exchange apprehensive smiles. EE EE EH iii li EE Windy City Hosts NSPA Delegates Representatives trom the Hoofbeuf and Resume statts ioined with dele- gates from Central and Provine to travel to the National Scholastic Press Association. The students spent the Thanksgiving holidays attending semi- nars on various phases ot high school iournalism, touring Chicago, and en- ioying performances by Henry Mancini and the New Christy lvlinstrels. The convention introduced the newest developments in photo-journalism' and presented lectures concerning modern methods ot literary publication. This is the Windy City-dynamo ot industry, heart ot the Midwest, "City of the Big Shoulders." And these are two ot lvlurrah's delegates-j Sherry Edwards and Kathy McKinnon, showing the results ot tour days in the bustling city. Legislators Attend Mock Congresses ln December Murrah's delegation to the State Youth Congress began its campaign tor Speaker ot the l-louse. Joe Davis and Bill Norton presented nomination and campaign speeches tor Murrah, supported by Mary Helen Nader, William Richardson, and Margaret Atkinson. In a similar meeting, Coker Palmer served as Clerk-ot-the-House at Hi-Y Legislature and Charlton Jones was elected Speaker tor 1965. "Oh, no! Not the gall bladder again," moans Steve Buchanan while he attempts to remember his lines. "Look, it I want to sing 'Loye Potion Number Nine,' l'll sing 'Love Potion Number Nine," defiantly decrees Dolores Thomas. "Just try and arrest mel" taunts Tank Gainey to Pat Griffin. . X . X an tl . ' i L w 3 Melodrama Revives Gay Nineties Colorful specialty acts and light-tooted can-can danc- ers brightened the scene changes ot the melodrama staged in January. ' Wifi 2. , fa 1 fb- J E., ' 254 xx 1., f fi f . ..f4' in in X q A, .M 5+ -. ax' 42 iw! ? 4 f 1, , 4 ' fe , 9 ,I ,H W 4 , it ag 1, 1, Z, W ,K 6.4 ,V 2 fini? ' 4 f, frgzw' 'P 1 , 1 A A I su U f Q! ' 279' I .. A '94 , 5443 fi ,X , J.. . 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Cathedral chimes and a chanting nuns' chorus set the scene for the true story of a singing Austrian family vvho is forced to flee over the Alps during World War ll. Realistic scenery, effective lighting, and a vvell-rehearsed orchestra added to the talents of cast members to present a successful production. "Honesty may be your policy," storms Maria, portrayed by Ann McCullough, "but no child is going to tell me I look like a high-school sophomore." Scott Young, as the Mother Superior, counsels the confused postulate, wisely advising her to "follow every rainbow until you find your dream." f f W-, X M, 'Z 1 'ji fxvggfga F' I7 f ,ww ff W X , ,X x 4 mx X AA! ff? 'ff' Y fn 4 24 M, A 1 A , fm! I W f I 7! O f if Q , ' 5? 'M Q , 1 f, if fy, f .W MM 57 W ff, P 'f' ff ,I L59 fff, , ff ff, ,, 11 Q, ,6 ,nv f Q , ., WM.--h,,. A , ,..,. L ,g . , .1 'A"' ff' Q54 f 3323 1 Q? u M5 I v ii- S 11 .gt V in 'L f I .Li . -if .N L'-,Il-J .- Ai fra . ,R 9 " 19.15552-. -. X ig. yy, .A 3 A ,F g qw . J i 1' , 5 5 , f 'gi 4 ri-,Q M f, ,.. ' xv in-aff., f r' his c 44 5 22 .ang ku. U-X, s . fw- ll wid a .iw Af' ' Vg? 'Q -0 nl 4- tw, X I . Re'sume' Pageant Features Student Celebrities Spotlights roamed over an eager audience and drums rolled as the l965 Resume Feature Pag- eant began. The pageant, the only money-making proiect ot the annual statt, disclosed the winners ot a school-wide election. On a ramp extending into the audience, the Travelers and boys' quartet performed several numbers. Selection ot Murrah's loveliest girl from tive beauties was made by a panel ot distinguished iudges. Class tavorities stepped torvvard, and tinally, to climax a night ot tense anticipation, two excited students received the coveted titles ot Mr. and Miss Murrah High School. As Mr. and Miss Murrah High School, Brad Farber and Carolyn Bruno, walk toward the stage, the entire court applauds. Mft Q ff 1 V Okay, Lynn Olson, stop hugging Becky Hend- Y rick and begin kissing the editor-atter all, """"""FWHA! he was the one who told you. V . ..,,..sg.fi'i53"'W While Bill Sims is attempting to tell Mary Alice Welty that she must not tell anyone she is a beauty in the Feature Pageant, she shows mild signs ot surprise and excitement. 37 Senior Closs President Tim Coker ond Vice-President Billy Nelson boom out the Almo Moter. Outgoing Student Body President Brocl Forber eagerly posses on the govel to his successor Charles O'Moro. Class Day Honors Murrah's Upperclassmen Clad in trpnditional white attire, the l965 Senior Class marched into the overflowing auditorium for the Class Day program. Following the Alma Mater, "The Halls of Ivy" by the Murrah Singers, and Senior Class President Tim Colcer's address, Mr. Merritt presented academic and civic awards, and Student Body President Brad Farber presented lvlurrah M's. After the processional march, the seniors used the remainder of the day, proclaimed a holiday for all upperclassman, for skiing, swimming, and worrying about exams. The different moods of Class Day are expressed in these faces: William Richardson, Cindy Netterville, and Wayne Barber wait expectantly to hear Johnny Guyton's name called out again, Cliff Chunn meditates on the afternoon activities, Joe Cooper snores quietly, and Brad Farber ponders the loss of those four letters. "Let's see, if I melt down all this gold and silver, I can make a good-sized anchor for my sailboat," speculates Johnny Guy- ton as he adds to his collection. ' Senior Graduates A Receive Diplomas In Coliseum Ceremony me W A in Amid rustling grey gowns, balanced mortarboards, and swinging l it fu ' tassels, 474 graduating seniors gathered in confused lines circling the K U M w amphitheater ot the State Coliseum. Organ chords signalled the pro- cessional: three steps apart, roses up, square corners, and a big smile tor Mother, Daddy, and all the family. Senior Class President Tim Coker told the future citizens: "We, now, as high school graduates, have made good our standing place. Now it is our opportunity to go out into the world and achieve, for it is through achievement that others iudge us, and not by what we teel that we are capable ot doing...We can achieve our purpose it we want to, tor as Herman Melville said, 'What l've dared, l've willed. And what l've willed, I'll do."' Senior President Tim Coker addresses 5000 guests at graduation. Peggy Abshier receives her diploma from Mr. J. W. Underwood, thus climaxing twelve years ot public school education. 4 . , in 1-'W Wm- 1- V 'S X1 -let 4 l s in anticipation ot the Phyllis Houston concentrates on balancing her mortarboard and holding her flowers erect as she marches. ivn pi V 2313? . ' K ..' 15.35 1' , . f,,p,gw 1' Qi". K.. ' A 42 , J QQ ,, f ff 'i ' . , -. -w..y,1,,1,7 ,. ,vi ff Bollots, decisions, ond elections... qucilitying tests ond all those finolists ond winners .. .monthly odditions to the Holl of Fome. . .civic owords: Pilot Club, Rotorion, D.A.R., Kiwonis. . .ru- mors: "l've heord who the beouties ore, but it's o secret so don't tell"...c1 spring-themed Feoture Pogeont full of surprises ond hoppy teors. . .letters, oll M's, but some tor honor points ond others tor tootboll, golf, debote. .. Closs Doy-just o glorified owords doy-with the presentotion of certi- ficotes of merit to top students in eoch field of study.. .trophies tor service, the precious Dontorth medollion, o Betty Crocker of our very own.. .no- tionol recognition for Murroh's od- dition to the elite group of Presidentiol Scholors. Personcilities '65 Brod orber Carolyn Bruno Mr. And Miss Murroh High School S n Stone Cliff Ch Mr. And Miss Senior Clciss 4 Lynn Biggs Most Beautiful Most Handsome Roy K Beauties Scott Young Mary Fowler Mary Alice Welty Lynn Olson r M--H tg "UF J mmy Carr Coy Most Athletic B T Coker Sara Jon Most Versatile Solly Fron Ross Joe Dov Friendliest L goret Atkinson Johnny Guyto Most Intellectual .fs Dolores Thomas Steve Jeffreys Tricia May Senior Class Favorites William Richardson Pat Thompson Bill Sims Bill Garth Dana Davis Billy Nelson Senior Class Favorites Betty Rowzee Joe Cooper Buzz Sissell 1 Bill Jones Susan Holder Mr. And Miss Junior Clciss WW l Mary Welch Bobby Croswell Mr. And Miss Sophomore Closs 11-1 ff "You know, this old cannon could come in handy during the pantie raids at Ole Miss next year," proclaims Paul Wilson to the other Rotarians ot the Month -Bill Sims, George Purvis, Tim Coker, Joe Cooper, Billy Nelson, Johnny Guyton, and Brad Farber-gathered in front ot the Old Capitol. 54 ,se . . Organizations Honor Outstanding Pupils "This oak tree has possibilities as a sailboat mast, Johnny," observes Elta Posey, recipient ot the NCTE Award, for the benetit of Johnny Guyton, Presi- dential Scholar, as Susan Stone, Fort Rosalie Chapter Girl at the DAR, Ann Little, Optimist Girl, Lewis Perdue, tirst place winner in the State Science Fair, and Bill Garth, Optimist Boy of the Year, look on. Billy Skelton, Exchange Club Boy, relates his experi- ences with the mayor in City Hall, while all but Carol Ann Halliday, Power and Light Girl, and Cay Barton, Pilot Girl, listen attentively. Billy's audience includes Sylvia Enloe, Power and Light Girl, Norton McKeigney, recipient of the Fisher Body Automotive Design Award, Sue Howard, DAR Girl, and Bob Anderson, DAR Boy and Exchange Club Boy of the Month. I i If A 'J , il ,gjigwll 1 t - , Qwfi, f?'l2"'111,ntla'f, , ,. Lsrswb N 13513 , , gm ,bb- "Go, Mississippi, keep rolling along," sings radiant Bill Garth To The Exchange Club Boys of the Month-Denny Douglas, Cliff Chunn, Bill Sims, Chester Mixon, Dalton McAlpin, and Ronnie Tomlin -while The golden eagle spreads his wings over The Capitol. ,... 1 I 'Q' .4 55 A l X I Johnny Guyton, Paul Wilson, Bill Casper, and Ronnie Forman examine conic sections. Ll T I.-'IV FRANCE PARIS Finalists Judy Thames, Anne Smith, and James -Woods, who share the same French class, attempt sight translation of modern French novels and textbooks. High Scorers Become National Merit Finalists Nineteen Senior students became National Merit finalists because of their outstanding scores on qualifying tests and the Scholastic Aptitude Tests administered in the fall. These students re- ceived certificates of merit and letters of recog- nition to colleges. Johnny Guyton and David Thornhill qualified as National Merit Scholars and received valuable scholarships. William Jordan, Alpha Humble, Beverly Morgan, and Jeff Mangin discuss the use of hydrogen sulfide in chemical analysis. High scorers George Purvis, Steve North David Thornhill, and Larry White, active mem- bers of the school's three publication staffs discuss trends in journalism. wf' Margaret Atkinson, Karen Johnson, and Bing Witty ponder whether or not Steven Ammann's National- Merit scores will get him into MSCW. 57 T965 Hall Of Fame Presents Eight Prominent Seniors Trish Bradley Trish Bradley has established journalism as her main interest-serving as co-editor ot the All-American Hoofbeat and secretary of Murrah's chapter ot Quill and Scroll. Trish, a three year letterman on the tennis team, has been a member ot the Red Cross Council, Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society, and the Thespian Society. A member ot the Theater Guild and scribe ot the Pub- licity Club, Trish was chosen Most Dependable by her fellow students in Who's Who. On Class Day she received the Dan- forth Foundation Award. She plans to attend the University ot Mississippi next tall. U E M G N X gi, iS."uw 58 f" fm Tim Coker Tim Coker, Senior Class President, was chosen Most Versatile in the Feature Pageant and Most Dependable Boy in Who's Who. Serving as treasurer ot the Student Council, Tim was secretary ot Mu Alpha Theta and the Thespian Society, Rotarian ot the Month, and a member ot the National Honor Society, Murrah Singers, and Music Masters. Besides lettering in baseball tor three years, Tim has been a member ot the tootball team. As co-captain ot the Shrimp Bowl Cham- pions, Tim was named quarterback on the All Big 8 second team, the most valuable player in Jackson, and best all around player at Murrah during the i964 season. Tim, who will maior in music at Southern, received the Lions Club Award on Class Day. Carolyn Bruno Carolyn Bruno, Miss Murrah High School, has been active in Murrah affairs since the tenth grade. Elected a sophomore cheerleader, Carolyn continued in this position for two more years and served as co-head cheerleader as well as Homecoming Queen her senior year. Carolyn, who has been a homeroom offi- cer for three years, has led her class as secre- tary-treasurer and reporter. A member of the Murrah Singers and the Thespian Society, Carolyn has received the coveted titles of Miss Junior Class in the Feature Pageant, and Most Courteous and Silver Lady in the Hoofbeaf sponsored Who's Who. Planning to attend either Southern Meth- odist University or Ole Miss next fall, Carolyn was the recipient of two honor letters and the Sertoma Club Service-to-Mankind Award in Class Day ceremonies in May. Johnny Guyton Following in the footsteps of his two older brothers, Johnny Guyton attained the presi- dency of Mu Alpha Theta, first-place finish in the Mathematics Contest, and the title of Most Intellectual Boy. Johnny, a tennis player for three years, became editor of the Pleicl- des, a National Merit Scholarship recipient, and a member of the National Honor Society, Red Cross Council, and the Student Council. Excelling scholastically, Johnny has main- tained a straight 'A' average since the seventh grade. A telegram from President Johnson notified Johnny that he had become one of the l2l Presidential Scholars in the country. On Class Day, Johnny, who will attend Ole Miss next year, received the Civitan Club Schol- arship Award, American Association of Teach- ers of English Award, the Baush and Lomb Award, the Mississippi Society of Professional Engineers Mathematics Award, the National Council of Teachers of English Award, and three Murrah's 'M's. f . s..i-'+ Cliff Chunn Athlete Cliff Chunn, chosen Mr. Senior Class in the Feature Pageant and Most Dignified in Who's Who, was The recipient of the "Spirit of Murrah" award given annually by The Hoof- beaf staff. As co-captain of The football team, Cliff has lettered Three years. Participating in both basketball and track, Cliff lettered in These sports his senior year. As president of his homeroom, Cliff has served in The Student Council and as Sophomore Class President, Junior Class Vice-president, and Senior Class Secretary. An Exchange Club Boy of The Month, Cliff was named to the first Team All Big 8. He received an athletic scholar- ship from the University of Mississippi at the end of the season. 60 Bill Sims Versatile Senior Bill Sims has been in the midst of all school activities. His working on The Resume for three years earned him the position of yearbook editor and vice-president of Quill and Scroll. As president of his homeroom, Bill was a member of the Student Council-serving as chairman of the Citizenship and Courtesy Committee, the SASC cam- paign, and the Elections Committee. Having maintained an 'A' average since the seventh grade, Bill has been a member of the National Honor Society, the Red Cross Council, and the ex- ecutive board of Mu Alpha Theta. For his theatrical work, Bill became scribe of his Publicity Club and a member of the Thespian Society. He has been a Sophomore Orientation Leader for two years. This "Murrah Mister" vvas elected a Senior Favorite in The Feature Pageant and Wittiest Senior Boy in the Hoofbeaf sponsored Who's Who. He was honored by civic clubs as Rotarian of the Month and Exchange Club Boy of the Month. Planning To study lavv at Ole Miss next fall, Bill received Three honor letters and the American Legion Citizenship Award during Class Day ceremonies. 1 .f M' .- Susan Stone Susan Stone certainly has earned her place in the Hall ot Fame. As co-head cheerleader, Susan exem- plified her tremendous spirit-becoming "Best School Booster" in Who's Who. Throughout Murrah she has received such honors as Miss Sophomore Class, Jolliest Junior, and Miss Senior Class. An honor student, Susan was secretary ot the National Honor Society and a member ot Mu Alpha Theta, Red Cross Council, Thespian Society, and the Murrah Singers. She has led her class as secretary and reporter. This Homecoming maid was named Good Citizenship Girl by the Fort Rosalie Chapter ot the Daughters ot the American Revolution. Susan, a Sophomore Orientation Leader, received two honor letters and the American Legion Citizen- ship Award in Class Day ceremonies. She plans to attend MSCVV in the tall. Eminent Seniors Enter Murrah's Hall Of Fame if i J il X 4 5 ,il . . fx' ff , u , ., !'V, f I Q .q ,Args J it 6 gcgy is iiiiifiii Brad Farber Brad Farber, Mr. Murrah High School, has dem- onstrated his leadership ability throughout his high school career. As student body president, Brad has represented Murrah at the Mississippi and Southern Associations ot Student Councils Conventions and the Tri-City School Council. Brad has been honored as a Rotarian ot the Month, Mr. Junior Class, Jolliest Junior, Blue Knight, and Most Promising Future Citizen. A Murrah Singer, Brad has been president ot the Medico-eds Club and chairman ot the Sophomore Orientation Program. Participating in basketball, Brad, Murrah's lead- ing scorer, made the All-City tirst team and All Big 8 team. A quarter-miler in track, he outraced every- one in Mississippi-winning a track scholarship to Ole Miss. On Class Day Brad received two honor letters and the Kiwanis Club Leadership Award. 61 5 ,L --7 WWW WMV 10? ,,:z , Mf ,W M 6 r ??f i?W Dissected frogs and hydrogen sulfide iust after breakfast. . .faculty meetings in the library, teachers' teas, and gos- sip sessions inthe lounge.. .pink slips from the Attendance Office, orange subiect-choice cards from the coun- selors, and corridor passes . . .special appraisals, term tests, and nine-weeks' report cards . . .language lab, typing time-tests, term papers, and proiects . . .Htwenty finger-flexes before you can do golf, ready, exercisel' '... Julius Caesar, Hester Prynne, Sir Gawain and the Jolly Green Knight.. .mean- ingless theorems, unbalanced equations, answers from the back of the math book.. .P.T.A. meetings, family nights, parent-teacher conferences behind closed doors.. .book cards, fines, and Hnal farewells. Academic Life '65 V .a "Le1's see-...one-lwoll liter l-l2O, l2 grams C6H1202, and one cup l-lersl1ey's cocoo...Tl'1oT'll do it," muses Bill Garth. ,A as K ' 4 WI? , , ,.,44M4.,AzmM4Q...., -W we "I know I saw that one move!" declares Charles Ozier as Shirley Karstens watches tor turther signs ot lite in previously inanimate geometric figures. Ronnie Forman and Bill Casper "rediscover nothing" as they find zero on a complex trigonometric graph. Facial expressions tell the story as Karen Camp and Kathy McKinnon face the inevitable dissection ot a clam. Science, Math Spur Inquisitive Minds lvlurrah's science program drew student in- terest through the use ot the "discovery meth- od," extensive equipment, and a comprehensive science library. This year ushered in lunior Trigonometry classes and a second semester program ot advanced analytics. Next year, the regular sophomore mathematics course will include plane and solid geometry. "Make that 320 instead ot 23O...l was reading back wards," corrects Don Blythe to hislab partner. V 1 , 2 'f V, we ,, ,ff-ms4,,,,,.3,,1 ft i 'f W , ff H, W. ,,,.- gi' 504 iftfvswttl VN fl, wifi' ,i Hallie mtl-1 sr imwlllis?U'l i""u gill' w"' nur! uinwlm ' 58 ,lu Awww x. , YAP' W, i. l ltr "This makes me seasickl" mutters Cathy Sloan as June Burwell bears it in silence. "Whenever l feel afraid I whistle a happy tune," says Elta Posey, muster- ing her courage before an oral report. English, Speech Develop Self-Expression Teaching students to express their ideas effectively has always been a maior ob- iective of Murrah's English and speech de- . partments. ln English classes emphasis was on literary expression. After studying methods employed by some of the world's greatest writers, students drafted original prose and poetry. Speech emphasized oral and dramatic ex- pression. Students made extemporaneous and prepared speeches and presented pantomines. 66 "Does everything seem dull, out of focus?" questions Joe Davis in on effort to help his speech clcxss during o hot debate on senior privileges, of 1095, lfiih' ,ff il , fn, "And when l hold my arm this woy my sleeve is too short, but when I hold it clown it's too long!" laments Mory Helen Nader. 67 vlan-,, f .M- Jirn Martin carefully copies passages from encyclopedias tor his history paper. Alice Rhea and Jody Nader spend long classroom hours on their history notebooks. g , ,yiii ,jets Q :- ff! 'G t"' W if , -W- . X A l qllfxxll l ll lv--1 ui,-f 1 ' ' ' .I +6 L l 3 LW . , 'gf' , 'Y A 'L' fi: .- A . . . .A , , , . - , it ve 3 . . Mk .- qva Tr I . ez, R' X . l -1 1 Languages, Social Studies Stress Foreign Interest This year, more students than ever before participated in Murrah's foreign language program, which offered French, Spanish, and Latin. The language laboratory greatly aided students in learning to speak and understand the language or languages of their choice. Social studies courses developed well-in- formed citizens. Students studied the history and government of the United States and other nations and kept informed on current events by reading weekly news magazines. 'Tiff ' 'V . 'Z' .lf l,.g,.,f,.. "All the souvenirs behind me came from Spain except Mr. Lyon's sornbrerof' confesses Jenny Stone. "This sentence can't ossible be ri ht, c'est la uerre," moans Linda Hines! P Q Q 4 4 Q? 1 4 K , . , 4 , .. f 0' 7 ZW' X f , fv rf f 4' 2 f If X Q7 fff ff i Electives lmpel Gifted Students Art, music, and iournalism courses en- couraged Murrah's creative students. First and second year elective courses provided training tor beginning and intermediate stu- dents, while third year courses challenged serious students who might be considering careers in these creative fields. Typing students endeavored to acquire a slcill which will be beneficial to them in col- lege and throughout adult lite. Members ot the sophomore girls' chorus organize the Hlvlurrah Monotonesu during a lull in class. Journalism students study the Hoof- beuf tor stories which can be cam- ouflaged and easily rewritten as weekly assignments. 70 li c,1 I U ix "So,la,re...pick up dress today...do,ta ...cancel dentist appointment...Ia,re,me ..," Barbara Edwards' mind wanders from the score at band practice. 5, 4-0-- .al rt One ot Murral1's tinest creative art students, Pat Fortier, captures the Mustangs in practice. During a nerve-racking time test, typing students frantically hunt, peck, and yield to bitter aleteat. "Now, if I run lots of hot water, the drain won't stop up, and Mrs. Starling won't find out that l poured the cheese sauce into the sink," schemes a homemaking student. Varied Courses Teach Practical Skills Besides learning cooking and sewing fun- damentals, homemaking students strove to master the fine points of managing a home. The girls studied nutrition as a supplement to cookingg in the sewing field they learned professional finishing techniques. Industrial arts students prepared them- selves for vocations in architecture and build- ing. Emphasis was placed on mathematical accuracy and skillful production. The driver education course, which utilized visual aids such as films and charts, has re- sulted in accident prevention and improved attitudes among lvlurrah drivers. I hope my insurance payments are up to date," worries Donald Nichols. Q14 X M! X j 6, sygc ' f mf Vf , - f'f' t ,, q ty I : ,ww ft A f fl':f.,fI7i.'f'f Nw u "Let's get this straight: step I, fasten seat beltg step 2, check oil guageg step 3, adjust rear view mirrorp step 4, start motor." Hey, David Trewolla, you forgot to shut the door! "Miss Spann's circle-drawing technique would be much taster " mutters Gus Pooley in exasperation. ...And Jane Hubbard put Hansel and Gretel into the oven "f,fIXf '61 gm ?4?f2ff4zfQf 4243? Qjg 44,4 5g',4,ff4, ,V I ttti ' WM! Qi A "'-2w1-z"-,,z,- z-5. Q fdmwf av-Y' In the hushed atmosphere of the library, Bryan Barksclale searches the shelves for reference material tor a research paper. A girl's gym class' ratio ot players to non-players is one to fifty. 'X -an 'fs . , kfif vt! .1 'f ""'7 cor" Y' "No tooling, my role had a 'Howard Johnson's Seal ot Approval stamped on it insists Red Morgan to a group ot classmates during the hectic lunch period LU Aw cmon Coach be a sport pleads Bob Miller as he Libra ry, Gym Break Classroom Routine ln physical education classes, physical tit- ness was developed by group sports and tormal exercises, with tests given periodically to measure a student's progress. Murrah's lunch- roiomottered a nourishing lunch and a reliet from classroom pressures. With the addition ot about a thousand new books this year, the library was better equipped than ever to meet the needs ot students for supplementary reference material. lt also provided an opportunity tor student assistants to earn honor points While they became ta- miliar with fundamental library science. h-if "I must go down to the secs ogoin, to the lonely seos ond the sky..." sighs Principal Jcirnes E. Merritt, "Is this o receipt which I see before me?" questions Mrs. Sims. Qi. U u 'A-up , 1 S . 5 ' , ol'-' - 11 1 5 Principal Leads Murrah With Aid Of School Board In order to succeed, an organization must have strong, capable leadership. lvlurrah possesses this kind ol leadership in Principal James Merritt and the Board ot Education, headed by Dr. Kirby P. Walker. The tive board members make an annual visit to Murrah and at all times work in close association with Mr. lylerritt in determining the most beneficial school policy. "Gentlemen, betore I present my report on the new mathematics pro- gram, l'd like to say that these Tootsie Rolls really hit the spot," muses Mr. R. B. Layton, Director ot Curriculum. "The next time you send me pencils without erasers, it won't be the pencil that's broken," iokingly comments Dr. Kirby Walker. 77 Qs V '5 w-- No il- whim 'V-M w 'ln f.. si 'WWA .W-,I .,,h, . . ww ., . A Z ky 2 by ,M-,.. . 1' wif ff W 1 ' K 1 pair? , ' f My T, A V 2 'ff wi, , 1 1 A Z ff, if M 1' ' WN Z Z 5 Z a Q, + 7 Qdfwf is 4 1 , in .ak " School Gfficiols Counsel, Instruct Students With Murrah's enrollment at an all-time high, the duties ot Mr. Pleasant and the coun- selors became increasingly demanding. Al- though the position ot assistant principal has existed tor only two years, Mr. Pleasant has become indispensable in handling such mat- ters as the lunchroom schedule, attendance maintenance, and school bus service. Besides assisting students with individual problems and college applications, Murrah's tour counselors successtully devised more than l6OO class schedules this year. Dont you think you should take at least one tull credit subject next year?" questions Mrs. Curran. Dont look so cheertul, Miss Breland. We re only halt way through these schedules," admonishes Miss Carter. 29" "lt X students would only take Y courses, then we could put you in advanced driver education," explains Mr. l-Iunt. "A passport to let me out ot the cage!" sighs Mrs. De Poyster. "Yes, Miss Carter," responds Miss Breland. 79 Able Instructors Inspire Students To Achieve Mr. Hoyt Bush Mrs. Marguerite Coldwell A Mrs. Judith Arnold Miss Medo Bonne Crawford Mrs. Ellen Boer 1 A :,4..p,'i , 'i fi.,",'1,'sww.'.. 'f.Vf'1:'i2',G ' -"rr " fUf:lfT'5' 'A 1141A3ff!f,' to 9' , ,Q 1-fn my r M tif-'W ,,'sv'f,.x . fix , my M 4,,,1.?5: .if h igh ' " " H , is ,vQ s.,.ggjf:.ig,qy1W - morocr snmns 6 'ne .,.g,,,Ml 0 .M mr . , ng, ' f l f L ,l Mrs. Lucretia Berry J-an lar' N ,.,,,,,.. N ,,., , C ,,,, , ,.,.,. Cowserf we , W9 Mrs. Nancy C r rf G , Mrs. Nessie Bennert Mr. Carlos Boyfe Mrs. Edna Crenshaw Mr. Jim Barfield Mr. Buddy Crosby Mr. Jack Carlisie Mrs. Elsie Brindley 81 X Staff Members Gather In Teachers' Lounge Mrs. Louise Culver Mrs, Ruth Davis Miss Berry Denton Mrs. Ruin Demon ,f Mr. Roger Dollarhide Mrs. Gillie Dodd Mr. Kermit Davis .46 I Mrs. Donna Dye Miss Karen Gilfoy Mrs. Frcmces Gardner R 1 my s,,. '21, -x ,.-f - V r f I Mr. Robert W. GiIchrisT Mr. Curtis Hull Mrs. Leno Gregory Mrs. Bee Donley Murroh Teochers Attend Morch MEA Convention W, ,,, . ,..o,,,...,, J , egg, 41' 'M mi? Uni. 4-.. N' f, ,gi31... i ff S2-45'-3,g A -1, 5,3 -K .W . , 53 ef ' Q21-Nil, ' ez iT55Q5KilfZI , K UW., ,J , . , f. 4,7 Mr. Jomes Mortin Mrs. Honne Jones S Y' 4 WA. , A ff' -, . fssww ,SJW f gg- . MN, s ...fl . , 3,1 if Q I' YE' Mr. Delton Lyon Mr. .lomes Johnson Mrs. Mildred Hust Miss Isobel Johnston Mrs. Sue Moy .AK 'Ya kk . Y? y.. WV., 4 ff' '31 11 . I .. ,- J N. x' .W Y Mr. M. B. Hunter Mr. R. W. McCc1rley Mrs. Adele Hudgins Mrs. JucJni'rc1 Messer Mrs. Gertrude Lirfle -ah .N--ff"' ml rvnnnmu 3 Active Teachers Sponsor Clubs, Org onizotions Miss Blanche Musselwhife Miss Mo ry 1- MMT "' ' ,i'I?55. A W S' " j . Q. Jugs ., r, ' H535 ., 3, f , :gi . If v George McCarty QLff'7.' : MQ5, - sf -3 . A g 4, A vars , a a f V ul 4' A W . ' -- N f' . 1 3 s . . 5.1133 ' wr -fu gf: . J iff!-ff-"fry .r'. . ,V . ff nr . Fr, ,, 4 .lc-' .. 'H"c"6" Av 'A YQ pay. .V x 5, -Q . ,"'X'H Mrs. Gwyn Quolls . -r'fg'11-'w- ' " f m f' -.5-.Lrf f I. x . ,, -'iam , ffl N Z M CP". ' PJ ' :MYYE :wif 'Wi A 1:"1f5.gJmzXiv ' f fe w if W 'mga , A-' ' la Ur IJ- '-lk. af r ,uf N , . ?riri' T' Ar ry A my P f , , Y . . N I K 0 ' 'Ai i ' I e A .gf-tw.u,7i wg 4 rv.- -.M - M ' - . r 4 f - xl K . ,r I v"'f?'.'. n . . ., .Et ' f , rm . ,' K V vi I 'S' 3' Q-. .f , , ' IJ: ' A LQ ,u lf' xii.. C' ' V L, .4-4 fi 5. ' f1,Q:c?f IS' f '+V g 'Q . , 4' V ' P' 52, '- 'T I A 'I S I Mrs. Mortho Porvin Mr. Johnny McDoniel Mrs. Noncy Morgonfi A4 , f , Mr. Robert Oakes Miss Hazel Ruff Miss Emmy Lou Poffon Mr. Joel P. McNinch Mr. Jock McGee .,.. W ..., ,.,, , X ,- ,. ...y asv, - mix A' 316725 V f 4 ff 7' ,,A, V,,,e e,,. ' ,, . - ' ' f , X 9,02 W V44. X Mya ,M W, , .fa ff, ff' 1 A ,. ,. 1 ff ff Mr. Cory W. Roberts Mrs. Corolyn Rounsoville Foculty Members Enjoy Thursday Afternoon Teos Mrs. Shorron Shuffield Mr. Kennith Sterling Miss Mory Belle Spivey Mr. Thomos Stornes Mrs. Moido Storling Mrs. Avis Russell Miss Marie-Rose Tizon Mr. James Springer Mrs. JSOH Smiih Mrs. Martha Whitehead Mrs. Eleanor Terry . fx J XIII , Q 2, , . ,fwff Mr. C. L, Walker Miss Martha Troffer Miss Willie Spann ..fv"" ', . ,fins Lf' ,-xg, . 1' - 72 if Si. ,gil Q ' fr at i 5 , V ,E -..' I ,,,. L 1, ,, 1,, .mf-'ff Reheorsols, ticket-soles, ond concerts .. .subscription drives, receipts, ond ort posters for the Hoofbeat, Re'sume2 ond Pleicldes . . . Thursdoys ond club sessions: JETS, Fly-Tie, Theoter Guild ...Murroh Misses ond their omnipre- sent cry: "Are you from Dixie?" . . .o week-end of sunning ond funning on the Gulf Coost for the Singers... lockers full of unsold ond uneoten pototo chips ond pecon brittle. . .honor clubs, Mu Alpho Theto, Notionol Honor Society, Quill ond Scroll, Thespion, meetings, bonquets, ond iewelry. .. trophy-winning deboters ond chess en- thusiosts. . .confusion in the props room ond wordrobe closets, heot of the lighting loft, ond wet colors of freshly pointed scenery. . .hec1dlines, deodlines, ond o tired, relieved stolf. Crgcmizcitions '65 uns-, JC if-4 "Hey, wlia1's wrong, Mary Alice Welty?" taunfs William Richardson as Coker Palmer and ilie rest of The Siudeni Council grin knowingly. Bill Jones prepares To move Thai President Farber smile during The meeting. N 1 .H I , if -w--unql""" --H fi Student Council Revises Honor Point Count An integrol port ot Murrcih, the Student Council, permitted oll students to porticipote in ond shore re- sponsibilities ot odministrotion ond orgcinizotion ot school octivities. Funds from Council-sponsored octiv- ities, such os the Volentine Donce, were used to support projects ot the Council ond to send delegotes to stote ond tri-stote conventions. The Council, composed ot the president from eoch homeroom, olso sponsored the point system through which students eorned honor letters ond keys. f, Q , ,g , f 9 1 Z , 'is X . Student Council Secretory Bill Gcirth cind President Brod Forber consider o motion thot hos been mode to postpone school be- couse ofthe spring fever epidemic. "Sure wish I could think ot something to soy so I could get my name in the minutes" ponders Student Council member Clift Chunn ot o Mondoy meeting. Mu Alpha Theta Sponsors Math Contest Mu Alpha Theta, the mathematics honorary club, continued this year to en- gender lceener interest in mathematics, to develop sound scholarship in that subiect, and to promote the enioyment ot mathe- matics among high school students. The annual banquet was held in October where the associate members were initiated. At the bi-monthly meetings, members learned ot many iobs and opportunities available in the tield ot mathematics through informative speakers. Paul Wilson carefully listens to discussion while presiding over the State Math Supervisor, Mr. John Ethridge informs Mu Alpha Theta members on The Advanced Education Methods in Lower Grades" at the annual banquet In seventy tive years Jackson should have a population ot one and banks, as he shows slides ot a model ot this city during a bi monthly a halt million explains Mr George Donavan from one of the local meeting ot the National Honor Society. Honor Society Organizes State Chapter Under the leadership ot Mr. Hunt, the National Honor Society sustained its standards ot high grade excellence, character, and leadership. For its second year, the Society-sponsored tutoring service successfully aided many taltering students. The largest endeavor ot the Society was the establishment ot a state organization, the first con- ference being held at Murrah in February. At that meeting, a state chapter vvas organized, and a constitution was adopted. lvlike Coker, Murrah iun- ior, was elected the organization's tirst president. W5 Gail t-Iederman, Pat McNair, Larry White, Marty Windels, Bill Norton, and Marie Stauss, class section editors, look over the hundreds ot class portraits. Surrounded by enlargers, sate lights, timers, trays, rows and rows ot chemicals, and thousands of negatives, photographer John Underwood studies one of the division page pictures in the hypo solution. A-.-J' "Sandra, you know we cannot say that," remonstrates Cay Barton to Sandra Hen- son, while Betsy Martin, organizations editor, and assistants David Trewolla and Harry Hendrick look on. Assistants Norton McKeigney and Donald Nichols observe sports editor, Paul Wilson, as he searches tor basket- ball pictures. 96 3 , , K4 "" nn, Olly s l l 5 54'-fun.. L I l l , J . 4 t fi X. Julia Webb and Martha Bergmark thumb through the candid faculty pictures. W S"-v-11: 'bus sig- 1 'Qe'rgW:.z2,w'f if 3 ' -5, Earl Fyke, Clint Cavett, Camille Johnson, Tommy Thomp- son, and Pat Bush check the well-organized f'?j and accurate budget. Resume' Staff Produces First College-Size High School Annual To create a yearbook different from any other annual in concept, mood, and impression was the constant purpose of the i965 Resume staff. Utilizing ideas gained from a summer visit to the American Yearbook Company in Topeka, Kansas, and from the National Scholastic Press Association Convention in Chicago, the staff dedicated itself to producing lvlurrah's first All-American yearbook. Mr. Irving Lloyd, professional photographer and yearbook consultant, advised the students in drawing imaginative layouts and in taking professional-looking pictures. As each deadline approached, the staff members placed homework, other school activities, and even parents subordinate to the annual. When school ended in June, every lvlurrah student eagerly awaited the first college-size high school annual in the state of Mississippi- the 1965 Resume. Editor Bill Sims, who resembles Ole lvliss tackle Stan Hindman in a University of Mississippi sweatshirt, patiently counts student life copy. "I wonder if lan Fleming got his start this way," muses Sue Howard, while the other assistant editor, Becky Hendrick, stares at her exciting copy. M341 IJ r .thu 97 ,......,................--- U-, .,- tilt y s ., un -.Q . N 4:- '- .2"1.. '7 3: Ouiz Dsvuzmmt OF Sm: t A Cltfff-'l9"'f!1 sf Ffrffetn Mft Q vw A fz .1 ,ig -. -. of sf . :fx 42- ' , JFS? ,a fggiif r f t 3 1 'i c 5 1- , fi 3, . .. f' 1 . ,WI g 5 bl TLND. S- Assistant Editor Melinda McKinnon sets type with ink-stained fingers. ,--rr "Won't Mr. Hunter iust die when he finds out we've put Ramblers inside all the l'loofbeats!" jokes Christy John- son as she helps assemble the paper. Hoofbeat Staff Wins 'Pacemaker' Award For the second time in three years the Hoof- beui' won the ANPA's Pacemaker award as one of the top five papers in the entire nation. All-American for fourteen consecutive se- mesters - Boasting of this distinction, an achieve- ment rarely attained by any student publication, the Hoofbeaf concluded another award- filled year. Published in February as a vital part of the Safety Week, the 22-page prize-winning edi- tion was the largest issue in Murrah's history. This issue also won first place in the National Traffic Safety Contest over 946 other schools. 'gf - ,A X 1 t i , "This ink will never come ott my hands," thinks Co-Editor Trish Bradley disgustedly Counting papers tor distribution, Hootbeat Co-Editor Averyeli Althaus pauses to scan an editorial, ...,..'E!' N If 5 "O.K. Bryan, you're initiated, but you have to promise never to tell about the dues," reprimand Bill Sims and Becky Hendrick. While placing orders for Quill and Scroll iewelry, club members wonder who will be the speaker at the proposed banquet. vs 3 uni W ...W 100 Quill Ancl Scroll Sponsors Hall Of Fame Three members of Murrah's chapter of Quill and Scroll received first place awards in in- dividual QSQS contests. Bob Anderson took the top award for editorials, Melinda McKinnon for best feature, and George Purvis was a double first place winner in photography. During Safety Week, the chapter, composed of members of the three publications, presented Governor Johnson with an honorary member- ship in Quill and Scroll. Also, the chapter spon- sored the annual Hall of Fame. 'vw it I ,Al Zn Look Johnny, you tell Miss Musselwhite why we're in the red," reioin Tish Lowe and Beverly Brooks. "This is the last time l'm using the thesaurus," notifies Jeff Life rg ry MQ Q Q Zi ne lvlangin to bewildered elle Posey. Inspires Future Writers Pleieldes, lVlurrah's literary publication, has encouraged students to use their literary talent. These young writers composed short stories, formal and familiar essays, and poems, which the staff, under the sponsorship of depen lvlusselwhite, iudged for entrance into the dable Miss Blanche publication. The amusing student-faculty basketball game raised money for the Pleiades, since subscriptions substituted as tickets. While readers enjoyed the compositions, the creative work has encouraged students to choose a writing career. is.. Q Saxophone player Bill White pauses during a band practice to listen to instructions. Band Members Receive Cadet Uniforms Sporting new cadet-style uniforms, the Murrah Mustang Band concluded another suc- cesstul year. Success came only after long hours at Work, on and att the field, under the direction ot Mr. Rodger Dollarhide with assist- ance from Drum Maior Denny Douglas. Possessing tremendous spirit, the band tol- lovved the tootball team in its tirst undefeated season. Aside from the gridiron, the Band per- tormed at the school, presented a spring con- cert, and participated in the lvlississipppi Band Contest. Posing in their new uniforms are maiorettes Anita Faulkenburg, Sara Jones, Pat Oakes, and Kathleen lvlobley and Drum lvlaior Denny Douglas. During a pep rally before the Tupelo game, drummer Jett Goodrich sets the beat to "Go Murrah, go!" "This is lust hopeless!" mutters David White disgustedly as he and Gary Morgan practice a ditticultstage number. First Row-Helgeson, Riley, Adcock, Milling, Thompson, Hender- shot, Rusling, Richmond, D. Kyle, Edwards, Black, Barnett, M. Wall, Ashley. Second Row-F. Kyle, Henderson, Cole, Evans, Washburn, Wiltshire, Byrd, Pleasant, Magee, Adams, Alford, Defore, Golden, McKay, Ades, Collins, Pope, B. Allen. Third Row-Swan, Reagan, Johnson, Gladney, Turner, Sharp, Curry, Batte, Arnold, Cline, B. White, J. Wilson, Thrash, M. Wall, Pickel, Goodrich, Sullivan, Luter, Jones, Gallman, D. White. Fourfh Row-B. Powell, Howell, C. Powell, Sears, R. Allen, Fowler, Robinson, Vick, Coker, Wendels- dort, Nelson, Alford, A. Wilson, McCann, McMurry, Morgan, Smira, Ellis, Collins, Furr, S. Kyle. 555 5 5 2 5 4?9xf?5 f75fZ 52 wg an gx Qw QM, Sway? 13 K3662 af QTAZJ . S W ' Q WR' Q1 91 35 First lieutenant-Buzz Sissell, Captain-Lynn Biggs, Second lieuten Batte Trussell Brunson l-lerlong Second row Boggan Ball ant-MaryAliceWeIty.Firsi row-Borthwick,ScotI,Taylor,Cook Allen Netterville Enochs Olsen Edwards May Buie Gainey Twente, Stone, Fulcher, Melton, Walsh, Smith, Welch, Halliday Mcllwaln Thomas Mclieithen Morrison Misses, Singers Perform At School Activities Highly regarded as a local performing group, the Murrah Singers, under the direction of Miss Karen Gilfoy, entertained for the annual First Federal Awards Banquet and for the Junior League Carnival Ball. Comprisecl of seventy-five voices, the select choir also performed for various clubs and social organizations. Thirty-three high-stepping Murrah Misses, boosting the morale of the team and fans alike, executed precision routines during halftime. Di- rected by Mrs. Maida Starling, the Misses performed in pep rallies, football games, "The Gay Ninetiesf' and "The Murrah Go-Round." Long hours of practice were culminated by the halftime performances at the Shrimp Bowl. As the band plays the last note of "The Good Ship Lollipop," the Misses climatically fill the air with balloons. The Murrah Misses patriotically perform to "Dixie.' 106 Us "And in appreciation for your patience in putting up with us and our parking lot," acknowledges Mary Margaret Taylor as she presents a certificate. Service Clubs Co-ordinate Safety Week lt's not the right of way that counts, it's the right way." Using this motto, the Safety Council launched the first Safety Week in three years. Hundreds of posters, displays, and banners sought to shock students into be- coming more safety-minded. During Christmas members of the Red Cross Council sent gift boxes overseas and collected toys which were given to needy children. "Personally, I like Zanzibar," asserts president Ben Whitfield as Kathy Squires and Pat Thompson study a list of needy schools. all-...l..... Q J:lX1iil5s ' Thespion Club Hosts Notionol Secretory Few groups were os octive ot lvlurroh os the Thespion Troupe 5l4. Although membership re- quired work ond perseveronce, one hundred hours ot dromotic endeovors plus porticipotion in two productions, the society boosted ot over one hundred members. This yeor lVlurroh's Troupe vvos host to o stote Thespion workshop with Mr. Leon C. Miller, secretory ot the Notionol Thespion Society, os the speciol guest speoker ond odviser. Grinning enthusiosticolly Leon C. Miller commends Donno Cowles on her pertormonce in the musicol. "And now tor the eyes," instructs Lynn Cornell. 1-- .ni l don'f care what your mother told you, Tucker, point!" , -y ff How abou1a lihle four page ad," pleads Pal Twente "If only They realized True Talent," sighs Miss Gilfoy. 108 , 1, X Outcast and unappreciated, actor John Bullock resolves that someday they ll be sorry Theater Guild Clubs Present 'The Sound Of Music' Participation of group skits and literary criticism, Acting and Directing Club members applied their knowledge ot drama. Promoting Murrah productions by posters and radio advertisements, the Publicity Club also sold tickets. Aiding stage crews between scenes, the Properties Club proved vital to the production. Lighting and stagecratt crews solved visual and technical problems. Lighting expert Phil Carson awaits his mf 'UQ "Ric, you know we should be doing The woliz, not The Freddie," remonsfrofes Konet Welch during The boll scene in The Sound of Music. "It would hove been much eosier if you hod done it right The first time," reprimonds Mr. McGee os he helps Morie Bryon? ond Lorry McKoy poini seis. Talented Students Transform Pupils lnto Characters Costume Actors, Outfit Stage With "tricks ot the trade," make-up artists con- verted cast members into dramatic characters. Demonstrations by members ot the Little Theater revealed ettective techniq ues. Supplying appropriate costumes tor the school productions was the task ot the Costume Club. This year members presented a demonstration on costumes tor the Thespian Workshop. Adding finishing touches to a courtyard scene was only the tinal stage in the work ot the Scenic Design Club. During previous months, members designed sets, handbills, and program covers. Long week-end and after-school hours were devoted to creating the artistic backdrops. Also applying its talent was the Choreography Club. Developing natural rhythm and grace, dancers proved an essential part ot the productions. Chiet make-up artist Lynn Cornell converts popular maior- ette Sara Jones into the wicked villainess ot "Dirty Work at the Crossroads." Junior Gail Hederman prepares tor another melodramatic production ot "Dirty Work at the Crossroads." pull' nllv' 1 1 xl. 111 2 "I wonder if Tom Jeff reolly thinks thot his electric choir will work," muses Doncilcl Nelson os he vvotches Tom Jeff Anderson opply some of the finishing touches to " ' ' ' f ?" . , . Now where did this thing come rom the mmcote ex erlmemr wonders Medico-Ed member Bill l-lorper. p "I'Il lust turn this little knob ond vve'lI see vvhot hoppens," soys Mr. McNinch to Morlc Dortch, wotching intently. .M-.n... M- we Med :co-Eds Visit Veteron's Hospital Diversified progroms ocquointed lvledico-Ed members with vorious fields of medicine. Doc- tors, nurses, ond medicol technicions informed students of vocotionol opportunities. Numerous films ond field trips presented on inside view of the medicol profession. Interested students discovered omple oppor- tunities for observing professionol medicol proctices during frequent informfitive tours of the Veterons' Administrotion Center. 'll f 0+ K au if "Look, Tita, it's already turning blue and shooting sparks," excitedly Jets Club Tours Redstone Arsenal Composed ot a chemical and a physical club, the Junior Engineering Technical Society promoted interest in several scientific fields. Consisting ot numerous and varied tield trips the club's activities also included an annual Big Brother's Day. Looking down from the control tower Jets Club member John Underwood and an airport otticial observe landing procedures. coos Nat Wise, examining a mysterious hospital machine. L f i if 4 l f I A tour ot the Redstone Arsenal in Hunts- ville, Alabama climaxed the year's activities. Members observed stores ot weapons and re- ceived intorm'ation concerning the construction and applications ot the Redstone missiles. "Mike, if you would kindly let me finish my affirmative before you start, l could learn To appreciate you," warns Dolton McAlpin. Debaters Bill Colmer, Dolton McAlpin, Louise Huffman and Mike Connelly proudly display a few of their many trophies. ll-1 Debate Team Captures State Tourneys Developing interest in current affairs, the Debate Club furnished members opportunities for public speaking. Proving its vocal dexterity, the debate team captured top honors in district tournaments and the Thunderbird, Hattiesburg, and Meridian lnvitationals. Club members learned techniques of negative and affirmative debating, methods of voice proiection, and benefits of strategic thinking. Competing in- dividually, members won high awards, including State Oratorical Contest. "What do you mean, you don't know what this is?" demands Bill Colmer. "Obviously, it is a spider doing push-ups on a mirror." Maid tl lf, E V. "We're having snails tor the monthly breakfast," iokes l-li-Y member Mark Lotlin. "Straight from Mr. l.yon's aquarium" adds Tommy Horner. H . Y Q I b During a Hi-Y Club meeting, President William Richardson presents Mary I U Welch with a certiticate ot honorary membership. Visits Orphans At Christmas Stressing community services, the Hi-Y club sponsored parties tor the Baptist and Methodist Grphanages. Monthly breaktasts and outstanding speakers highlighted the club's activities, which included selling con- cessions during school productions. Demonstrat- ing its leadership, the club successfully campaigned to elect one ot its members Speaker ot the House tor the next Hi-Y legis- lature, to be held in December at the New Capitol. Z? If Z3 lf. """'...'T-' Au NM' UWM 9 fm-. ,,,,, I ' W . M ..::::::::::z:5i1f lan: . ' " .,," ,104 'H 13 ...' ' 33...-I ' nQ:l:gS5Ef5+.',:--- --....v-1" Jlifx wswxutmg r V .::tr.::: H'3'll?1l"f " . gnu MI: 1 , ' i- ? '1' -qnmlll. . f- ...mr ff 'W' -my-J:::gggg wig 4 . wsxxsxz: g1g,,,,,.:::: 1 .... 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Combining concentration and strategic think- ing, members ot the chess club matched Wits in weekly tournaments. Through original composi- tions, members ot the Creative Writing Club developed imaginative styles. Club discussions presented nevv writing techniques. Attending state conventions and touring historical centers turnished Junior Historical Society members with a knowledge ot stote history and government. Applying this knowl- edge, members composed essays. mv --1 fwfr?-ng ,eww-wwwwww Absorbed in an arficle on Chocfaw scalplng Crawford Rhaley prepares a JHS paper Y-Teen members Jill Buckingham, Guy Lockhart, and Dianne Stage, plan The annual potato chip sale. JM dn Close your mouth, Corol Ann," iecises Lucy, "even Tucker ccin mcuke mistakes sometimes." Keeping Their eyes on The music, Bond Club members Alon Wilson ond Fosrer Collins display their musical skills during ci Thursday club meeting. 'No, there's no tiger here," proclaims Bill Lane. And now, Cleopatra," anticipates Kendall Jones. Language Club members Enid Elson, Ray Sherrard, and Donna Edwards study toreign customs. Hobby Clubs Promote Varied Interests Through original composition and student conducting, Band Club members furthered their understanding ot music. Music Masters tound op- portunities tor musical expression in club talent shows. Films and tapes tamiliarized Foreign Language Club members with toreign customs and languages ot other lands. Studying lighting ettects and pictorial arrange- ment, Photography Club members learned photo- graphic techniques. Members ot the Audio-Visual Club learned operation ot proiectors while Chapar- rals studied the operations ot automobiles. "I told you that you shouldn't have taken it apart, George," reprimands Chuck Quarterman as Larry Hart solemnly looks on. 1 f f X wr" 1' ' 1 15 r -w 4' f "Aw, cocich, we were just initiating Tripp," ioke M-Club members Steve Spaulding, Bob Smiro, ond Lorry White. Jett Minor, cz iunior member ot the Hunting ond Fishing Club, sets his sights high while out hunting neor Raymond. vqtvvunf. V-we M Q M , -- Q 44, WA' P ,., A. X Dovid Mosul, Hunting ond Fishing Club member, pops his fly cis he gets on eorly stcirt on the fish. if WA ,Titan-ff tx LBJ QI 1-by-1 A ,V " , r- f gi' . gb.. , , "You should have eaten your Wheaties today," quips Donnie Strange as he watches Bill Howard make a futile attempt to sink a putt. Sportsmen Q y g W Lets take it down to homemaking and let the girls do it, suggests Fly Tyer Holly Black, as Bob Bullock observes Dave Cameron. Pursue Outdoor Life Numerous field trips furnished active mem- bers ofthe Hunting and Fishing Club op- portunities for individual and group participa- tion. Members of the Golf Club observed a rigid schedule of practice. Weekly matches fi were held in preparation for the city competition. B Assembling feathers, yarn, wire, paint, and hooks, members of the Fly-Tying Club de- signed colorful lures. Composed of lettermen from all maior sports, the M-Club heard noted sportscasters and athletic directors discuss all aspects of sports. 121 l 2 .af .. ,I fa. M' Ir' 4 , i f dv ' , I xg - ' 7 1 'H ' ,- 5 ,I f I : , ,A .,I,4 , ' vi.:-x, .. , I'-: 'W 'I 45 T' lah? .QM ,I I' ,z WIA-pw,m. If I E 7310 lf .17 If if ag-gf , X x x ,X ax M X 9' Q gg' s sw 'N X3 ,W My f 5 X 'S Na X X K Ax R KX!! R -f f ffl, ixffaf f . . W, VI c , f ts, V ,, 'yi A as .Q J , K ii. M ' fb! X 'V ' Q fb' Mit 1 we fn' ' 5, 'I 4' ww? ,, f fa ,, V, , . ' ,mffhf 1 wx, , , , , 4- ,:.I,,f,,ff,,I,-13 i,,,:,,rf- 7 4 .Q 1 I I L - ,ji I ,f -462 251 li Q A , ' f gl.:- Mustcing spirit: pride in the school, de- votion to trciining, ond will to win... long, orduous hours on the sun- drenched, stone-hord field. . .prc1ctice, proctice, ond more proctice . . .the blocked punt cigoinst Vicksburg, the crucicil fourth down field gool cit Yozoo City, ond the Coker-to-Deoton touch- down pciss ogciinst Greenville with three seconds remoining on the clock- sending the loyol Murroh fons into frenzied ecstosy , . .the iniury-plogued bosketboll ployers fighting through the Big Eight schedule . . .the victorious spring sports-the perfect trock seoson with the trip to the Louisiono meet, the bciselooll teom ond the District Six Chompionship olong with the South Mississippi bottle, the City Crown for the golf teom, ond the unfoltering ten- nis ployers. Athletics '65 Seven Coaches Combine 60 Years Of Experience To Lead Ponies Head Coach Jack Carlisle Coaches Johnny McDaniel, Buddy Crosby, Hoyt Bush Coach Robert Oakes Coach Kermit Davis Dr. Tom Marland Wiiwiifm Elma. ,ff 4 7 Natchez O 13 Vicksburg 7 16 Yazoo City 14 14 Greenville 14 21 Central 6 16 Tupelo O 53 Greenwood O 31 Corinth O 19 Meridian 6 14 Provine O 27 Shrimp Bowl 6 ll-lattiesburgj 231 53 Fronl' Row: Wilson, Moore, Lester, Hogan, LaCoste, T. Coker, Griffin, M. Coker, O'Mara, Bowen, Farber, Jones, Fyke, Dukes. Second Row: Faulk, Wood, Payne, Bartling, Shell, Deaton, War- ren, Hobson, Ozier, Bullock, Chunn, May, Small, Shackleford, Heard, Bowling, Moak, Adams. Third Row: Coach Carlisle, Coach Davis, Aldridge, Blackwell, Myers, Jernigan, Post, McCollum, Nel- son, Vest, Marbury, Johnson, Dorsey, King, McCall, Anderson, Coach Bush, Coach Crosby. Fourth Row: Coach Oakes, Sumrall, Powell, Peevy, Dean, Ragsdale, Bass, Oxentine, Humphreys, White, Black, Lotterhos, Royals, Horner, Davis, Russ, Barksdale. Nof Pictured: Alfred, Wilson, Mclieigney. Tackle Justin Alfred, who played all year despite a painful shoulder injury, is worked on before a game by managers Norton Mclieigney and Paul Wilson. Composite Record 1 O-O-1 ffff' 125 Mustang quarterback Tim Coker reaches for a bobblecl pigskin as the Murrah offense charges into action against the Vicksburg Greenies. A Natchez back is surrounded by Murrah's alert defensive corps. 26 Fighting Ponies Whip Natchez, Vicksburg ln Tight Defensive Battles Murrah's spirited Mustangs opened the i964 season with a 7-O victory over Natchez. Taking the opening kickott, the Ponies marched down- tield to score on a sweep by Tim Coker. Clitt Chunn and Bill Jones gained tremendous rushing yardage during the game, but several scoring threats were wiped out by penalties. The hard-hitting Mustang defense played a key role, stopping Rebel drives inside the ten. "Block that punt!" screamed the crowd, and the Mustangs did, with Jimmy Vest crashing through the Vicksburg line and smothering the attempted kick. Vest recovered the pigskin and raced tor the winning touchdown. With less than three minutes remaining in the game, the Ponies had knotted the score at 7-7 on Tim Coker's touchdown and Tom Jett Ander- son's extra point kick. Vicksburg tried to run out the clock, but was torced to try the tatetul punt. Vest's score, which came in the last minute ot play, gave Murrah a l3-7 win. Anderson's Toe Gives Mustangs Win Over Yazoo, Tie With Greenville Early scores by Cliff Chunn and Tim Coker' gave the Mustangs a l3-point lead over Yazoo City, but The Indians struck for T4 points in the fourth quarter to take the lead. With less Than one minute remaining Yazoo City Tried to punt, Murrah's Bill Nelson blocked the attempt and Bill Jones recovered on the ten yard line. Coker passed To Jimmy Carr at the two, but a loss and penalty drove the Ponies back to the twelve. Only seven seconds remained in the contest as T. J. Anderson's field goal split the uprights to give Murrah a lo-i4 victory. Murrah came through with a third straight story- book finish to tie Greenville. After falling behind by seven points, the Ponies evened the contest on a 26-yard Coker-to-Carr pass with five seconds left in the first half. Greenville grabbed a i4-7 lead in the third period and stopped two deep Murrah drives with pass interceptions. With only seconds left a l-lornet punt was deflected by Jimmy Vest, and the Mustangs began a race against time. Coker completed a short pass to Carr, threw incomplete to stop the clock, and then connected with end Penny Deaton in the end zone. Three seconds showed on the clock when Anderson's placement gave the Ponies a thrilling T4-T4 tie. Penny Deaton scores the last minute touchdown against Greenville T. J. Anderson's golden toe sends a ball through The uprights. Anderson kicked a total of Qi extra points and three field goals for the Mustangs. Mustang back Bo Bowen, whose father was a football star at Greenville, digs for yardage against the Hornets. t M1 -N f Q M' Wingback Bill Jones is pushed back by Golden Wave defenders. Mustangs Romp Unleash Powerful Offense To Rock Greenwood 53-O Tim Coker Threw three touchdowns passes, two To Bill Jones and one to Tommy Horner, to lead Murrah to a 53-O win over Greenwood. Bo Bowen ran for two scores, Cliff Chunn, We Penny Deaton, and Sammy McCall each added a Touchdown, and Tom Jeff Anderson booted five extra points to complete the scoring. Penny Deaton makes a spectacular catch of a Coker pass. Central Falls To Powerful Mustangs, Murrah Shuts OUT Tupelo lntracity rival Central gave The Mustangs a scare before falling 2l-6 on Homecoming. Cen- tral kicked off, held The Mustang offense, and forced a punt, which a Tiger returned all The way for a Touchdown. The Ponies struck back, Coker's scoring run giving The Mustangs a 7-6 lead. In The second quarter, Murrah fullback Bo Bowen fought off droves of Tacklers and crashed for a TD. A 40- yard Coker pass to Jimmy Carr gained The final tally for The Mustangs. Tupelo's Golden Wave were shut out l6-O after Tim Coker and Cliff Chunn crashed for touchdowns. Jimmy Vest set up the first tally by blocking a punt. Tom Jeff Anderson added an extra point and field goal. Justin Alfred, Tommy Dorsey, and Charles O'Mara anchored the solid Mustang defense. A JA . ' , . T " 'A QQ ia T3 .. it ., , I 'lv,,,,Vi7 . Qffvfl , I M , I ,aff VV , ,,',,,J,n4m 4- - , L J ' ,IQ .gs , if if ,V . 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The Newell whelmed a tough Team by 3l points, Murrah's offense moves into action against Central, with Coker passing to Chunn. The Ponies scored 231 points to only 52 forthe COmbIf1Gd opposition throughout The year. Ponies Ramble Corinth Loses 31-O, Meridian Wildcats Fall Playing Their finest game of The season, The Mustangs crushed Corinth by a surprising 31-O margin. Tim Coker raced 75 and 45 yards for scores, Cliff Chunn tallied on a 73 yard sprint, and Bo Bowen crashed for another Touchdown. Anderson kicked a 26-yard field goal and four extra points to complete the revengevictory over the Warriors, who killed the T963 Ponies' chances fora North Big Eight title. Murrah scored three quick touchdowns and coasted to ci T9-6 victory over the Meridian Wild- cats. Tim Coker accounted for two Tallies, on a long pass to Bill Jones and a 55 yard run. Bo Bowen added another tally after Cliff Chunn picked off a Wildcat pass and returned it 60 yards to the Two yard line. 129 Tim Coker dances through the Provine defense. Coker heads dovvn the sidelines after eluding Provine tacklers. 130 Rival Provine Falls to Mustangs, Ponies Take City Trophy Completing regular season action, the Ponies defeated rival Provine l-4-O. After a scoreless first half, Bill Nelson started a Mustang drive by blocking a Ram punt. Murrah recovered on the five and Tim Coker carried forthe score. ln the fourth quarter, Nelson picked off a Provine pass at midfield, the Ponies marched dovvnfield and Coker tallied on a short plunge. lvlurrah's defense, anchored by Justin Alfred, Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy Vest, Hap Farber, and Nelson, held the dangerous Rams in check the entire game. lt was the fourth straight Mustang victory over crosstown Provine. Ponies Travel To Shrimp Bowl, Whip Hattiesburg Tigers Although the 9-O-l record for the regular season was the best in Murrah history, the Mustangs finished second to Columbus in the North Big Eight race. The Ponies accepted an invitation to play Hattiesburg in the Shrimp Bowl, a post-season classic in Biloxi. A pair of scores by Cliff Chunn in the first period were set up by the alert Mustang de- fense, which recovered four fumbles and in- tercepted three passes during the game. ln the second period, a pass from Coker to Deaton gave the Ponies a third touchdown, the final tally came late in the game on a short plunge by Bowen. Perfect blocking by the Pony line opens a hole for Tim Coker. Coach Carlisle discusses strategy with QB Coker Game action is viewed anxiously by reserve Mustang players. M l '-,,,,,,..,.M km "WNW -f f . Q m4,,,,.w+u-mpwfm-wwf K ,,.,,,,W.1.., NE vu - M ails. 6 as-., WQMN. ..,.,,. ,,x. .W C' 'Q Mustang guord Coker Palmer arches cm jump shot over cz Provine defender Pony Players Shake Off lniuries, Fight Through Season lvlurrah's iniury-ridden Ponies Turned in a fair 7-l 4 record in T964-65. Seven of the losses were to Central and Forest Hill, two perenially toughteams who both reached the State AA tourney. After losses to Forest Hill and Provine, the Mustangs bounced back to defeat Vicksburg and capture fourth place in the Murrah invitational. Yazoo City fell for the Ponies' second victory, but Central tripped Murrah in a close contest. ln the Rebel Classic, Florence squeaked by the Mustangs 50-48, Brookhaven fell, becoming the third Murrah victim. The Ponies edged a tough Ray- mond team to take fourth place in the Hinds County Tournament. Coker Palmer poured in 30 points, top single-game total for the year. Frank McEachern, leading rebounder and defensive standout, tensely awaits a chance to get back in the game. Tension grips the Mustangs as they get ready to go onto the floor Murrah players listen to Coach McDanieI's halftime strategy. Top Scorers Farber Wins City Point Race, Palmer Third In the stretch the Mustangs started clicking, and Vicksburg, Brookhaven, and Yazoo City lost to the roundballers. Then disaster struck at the North Big Eight Tourney, as Columbus played a fantastic game to deteat the Mustangs. Brad Farber, who paced the city with a l6.9 scoring average, in- iured a leg and was lost tor the remainder ot the season, Despite crippling iniuries and sicknesses, the Ponies tought through the end ot the schedule. The F v. 57' ' .sf- season came to an end in the District Six Tourney, ,..---""" as Clinton dropped the Mustangs 55-44. Frank McEachern reaches upward to tip in a shot by Coker Palmer. From left Wilson manager Jones, Palmer, Jettreys, Corswell, Barber, Buck,Chunn, Fyke, Minor, McKegi- Connors Bowen Lotlin Kelly, Farber, Richards, ney, manager.Cenfer: Coach Bush, Coach McDaniel. Mclfachern Whitfield Smith Sewell, Skelton, Smira, i X 4 -.1 1 ,.-.1... i' .-,,.4wf ,,-,-M-""""'W 'A.A ,, mfg .,,.,ww"""' ,..-A-""""""-V I . F ' ',", is , ,LJ , . , Y " f. ' X - lv, , Yiiliil Brad Farber, leading scorer in the city, drives against Provine. CQfnpQSi1'e ReCOl"d 7-14 Natchez players surround Pony torward Bobby Smira Forest Hill Provine Vicksburg Central Forest Hill Yazoo City Central Florence Brookhaven Raymond Forest Hill Natchez Vicksburg Central Brookhaven Yazoo City Provine Columbus Forest Hill Natchez Clinton First Row: Managers Moak, McKeigney, Wilson, Faulk. Second Row: Bartling, Vest, Bowen, Jones, McCall, Chunn, Tomlin. Third Row: MacGowan, Coker, Bueno Sumrall, Branch, Everift, Alexander, Brown. Fourth Row: Adams, Munforcl, Outlaw, Morgan, Garth, Malouf, Carr. Fifth Row: B. Farber, Bass, Alfred, Smith, Kelly, Dea- Ton, H. Farber. All eyes are on Jimmy Carr as he successfully clears The bar in The Jackson Daily News Relays. 'HKU l r x . A 5 Murrah's swift trackmen, perennial cinder powers in Mississippi, raced to their finest season in l965. The Mustangs, taking honors in both state and re- gional competition for the first time, went undefeated in nine meets. The Ponies won first place in the Jackson Daily News Relays, District Six, South Mississippi, State, City, and Big Eight, in addition to dual victories over Utica and Meridian. ln the State meet, the Mustangs amassed 39 points, the highest total ever earned by any team. The Murrah relay teams won all three races, Ronnie Tomlin won the 880 run, and Jimmy Carr finished first in the broad jump. Literally running away from the opposition, the Ponies scored an unbelievable 67 points in the Big Eight Conference meet. The Mustangs placed first in the 440 and mile relays, Ronnie Tomlin won the 880, Jimmy Carr the broad jump, and Brian Smith the high jump. In addition to running on the winning relay teams, Brad Farber triumphed in the l00 and 440. lt was the Ponies' seventh vic- tory in nine years. Sam McCall rounds the curve on the first leg of the 880-yard relay in the JDN Relays. Jimmy Carr strains for every inch in the broad lump. Hampered by a foot iniury, Carr still won the State for the second year. l l 4 Ponies Triumph Go Undefeated In Nine Meets, Take State, City, Big 8 Crowns Speedslers Ed Morgan and Brad Farber execute a perfect handoff in The 440-yard relay. Charlie Kelly, right, is edged by Provine sprinter Tommy Johnson in the JDN 880-yard relay. 138 Thinclads Romp Break Many MeeT Records, Take Two EvenTs In PrepTacular Facing The Top Teams from oTher SouThern sTaTes, The MusTangs iourneyed To The PrepTacular in Alexandria, Louisiana, and placed in The Tive evenTs in which They were inviTed. Brad Farber won The 440 in a dazzling 48.5 seconds, while Ronnie Tomlin placed Third in The 880. The Pony relay Teams Took Third in The 440, second in The 880, and vvon The mile wiTh a TanTasTic 3:l9.7 clocking. ww: .ff ,W M .3 TCW Q Jimmy VesT Tops The pole vaulT bar To place second in The JDN. K Ronnie Tomlin, sTellar MusTang half- miler, Takes The lead in The Jackson Daily News Relays sprinT medley. 1 ,.,,,g.m., ,W-ks ,. M .Q , ,-, . -gg - .,.. I ' ,, Ma' . 4 n 139 iii is ,.,i 5 T-r Pony Diamondmen Win District Six, City Crowns Finish Second In South Mississippi Posting a time l5-5 record, the i965 Pony baseballers tought to one ot the best seasons in Murrah diamond history. The Mustangs advanced through district and regional competition to the South Mississippi tinals, where they lost to state champion Biloxi. Led by pitcher Coker Palmer, the Ponies won nine games betore being sidetracked by Vicks- burg. The Mustangs bounced back to win the Dis- trict Six crown and defeated Meridian in the tirst round regional contest. Atter downing Biloxi in the tirst game ot the best-ot-three series, the Mustangs were edged twice and eliminated from the tourney. Murrah, coached by Kermit Davis and Buddy Crosby, posted a 6-l intracity record to CCIFJTUVS The city championship. Coker Palmer led the team in both hitting Q.386l and runs batted in QQOD with Jimmy Carr tinishing second in both areas Q328 and i8 R.'B.l.'sj. Palmer paced the mound statt with a 9-4 record, while Lanny Bradford Q4-Ol and Bobby Croswell Q2-Ol posted pertect slates. A Mustang player disputes an umpire's call from the dugout, First Row: Russ, Palmer, Hubbard, Oldham, Trewolla, Coach Davis. Second Row: Evans, Spaulding, Weems, Minor, Monroe, Sollek. Third Row: Croswell, Graves, Newton, Allen, Carr, White, Sharp. Fourth Row: Bible, Bradford, Lotlin, Powers, Mize, Morgan, Johnson, Batte. i Vw or -X 'lr 'B' kv if 5 1' .'3,:L 1 ,Q , , 'Wm .B 9 in W , ,Q - '4 4 ,nz H . 275' Vyjffy "X , 2 H ffm- ,L ,L V g, ,MP ' V 4 ,, 1' f' A 1 J 4 W, I if W -2 1 ,WX M 1 n ,V 49' ff .. ,, A Hx , .M ., V X X any I ffm., , ,V f .mf 1- 5 2, , ,V A , 46 ,Z , ,.,, 4, g N H - . , I I I A, A , mm., ' f 'f Mmm, ' V - ' ' I ,fu 1 ,, W. 'fan ! 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H5 mf' " 'lf A W' ,, rf ia , 4 Provine 7 l-lozlehurst 9 Clinton I2 Clinton 2 Gulfport 9 Centrol 9 Yozzo City COMPOSITE RECORD Q15-55 6 St. Joseph IO Provine 7 Vicksburg lO Clinton 4 Centrol l Yozzo City 3 St. Joseph 3 Provine 20 Vicksburg 6 lvleridion 5 Biloxi l Biloxi l Biloxi Golfers Win City Place High In Tournaments, Take Sixth ln Big 8 Conference Winning Murrah's eighth straight citywide crown, the l965 Mustang golf team placed high in all eight matches and tournaments. In addition to the city victory, the Mustang golfers vvon o dual match with Vicksburg and a triangular meet with Natchez and Vicksburg. The linksrnen also placed well in tournaments: second in Meridian, third in Hattiesburg, third in Jackson, fourth in Laurel, and sixth in the 23-team Big Eight Conference. Bill Howard sharpens his putting on the practice green. Feet firmly planted, left knee bent, right arm straight, head down, convict pants, rah-rah shoes-Bryan Barksdale is a picture of golfing perfection. The only trouble is that the ball never goes where Bryon aims it. . K. Wx x " Blige Q f . ,. W 4f.:,.:v-'Q K, ' - --r .4 1 A ' M W i3,X,iuvi,..f' 4. , K if g, ,, ,..,f,c. H ff. -b M. , H ' ' ' 0 , ' " L.. - : Sw ' I' A -.1 2 A - 1 .. it Y' ' . A I , 'r . ww. . 1, f 1 V 4 F Q ..,, 4 f . , J of - ' 'i . -. -" - ' or ,,'..u' fy' V I if 144 Xhxtsnx -.Rigs R 0 fnf f M my ,K Front: Hosch, Williams, Howard, Strange, Tibbetts. Rear: Barksdale, Johnson, Stillions, Stringer, Wiggers, Lyle, Rush, Decker, Northern. Noi' Pictured: Covington, Coach Springer. A Mustang linksman glares at the number two green and curses the ball, his clubs, and the world in general. John Decker makes a fine shot to get out of a tight spot. Wgl...-1 'B' Eff' Q ' fl' I ' From Left: Nichols, Burwell, Bradley, Corban, Witt, Bog- gan, Ryerson, Graves, Harper, Wells, Eddleman, Anderson, Barton, Tomlin, Ball, Johnston, Johnson. Netmen Win Go Unbeaten In Seven Matches, Take Four District Six Titles Under the experienced leadership of Coach lvl. B. Hunter, lylurrah's tennis team enioyed its best season in history. The netters finished unde- feated and beat Laurel for the first time. In District Six competition, boys' singles standout Erskine Wells defeated Provine's Bill Hester, the defending state champion. Anne Bur- well and Camille Johnson won in girls' doubles, while Pat Boggan and Charles Witt took a victory in mixed doubles. Ben Graves and Quint Corban took second place in boys' doubles. I COMPOSITE RECORD Q6-O-lj Murrah Provine Murrah Vicksburg Murrah Hattiesburg Murrah Central Murrah Vicksburg Ivlurrglq Laurel Murrgh Meridian Camille Johnson, half of girls' doubles team, serves "if "-' 4 2 V"': if 4-s-., 'lunp.11s.nm,eem.,mus- fav-010' 'ye ,,,N,,,,, ,,.c,i,,.,, M, . , 'vlyf I ,Mo-f-' District Six singles champion Erskine Wells concentrates on making ci return. 147 1 1 13 ,j .P I , A J I v, V 1h F' 1 1 W, I ff' s Wm ,J1 -. I 4 .f f, 'Q , f, f,, .ff Q, ,ff f . Q9 , rd , f xx , 5. 2 ff? X 3 . Class change and The stampede down The "one-way up" stairs.. .rah-rah shoes, madras, and long, swinging hair Tor both sexes. . .unexcused admittance slips, library permits, and lengthy Trips To the supply store. . . exchanged class rings, "drops," and broken hearts... mystery meat in The cafeteria, skipped lunches replaced by warm apples hid- den in desks.. .visits to the art gallery, Trips To The Little Theater, and concerts during class.. .Ere drills while changing into gym clothes .. .double-assembly schedule, Top-secret class meetings, and selection ot class sponsors.. .after- school snacks on The patio, riotous car- pools, midnight phone calls tor assign- ments, and hasty review over The break- tast table. Classes '65 An. 1 1 , 1 . SIU' . . :gf A Ji ng Senior class officers-Tim Coker, president, Bill Nelson, vice-president, Sally Fran Ross, co-reporter, and Cliff Chunn, secretary-stand in varied degrees of attention as they listen to Co-reporter Carolyn Bruno sing the fight song. Peggy Abshier Eddie Adams Jerry Adams John Adams Deborah Adsit Joan Agent Emmett Alford Grif Alford Justin Alfred Bill Allen Caroline Allen Merle Allen Richard Allen Rick Allen Averyell Althaus 150 Capable Officers Take Helm of Senior Class Seniors freely met the challenge handed them as the energetic leaders of Murrah. The first class to undergo Sophomore Orientation was the first class to participate, as seniors, in a class meeting with no faculty member present-one of the most meaningful events of the stu- dent's high school career. The Senior Class produced nineteen National Merit Semi-Finalists, and seniors, on and off the field, led the Mustang football team to an un- defeated season. Feeling the pressures and pleasures of their class's position, seniors labored over tests re- quired for college entrance and supported the athletic teams, prepared for exams and enjoyed senior parties. At the conclusion of a memorable year accented by the Prom and clirnaxed by graduation, seniors viewed the past with nostalgia, yet regarded the future with anticipation. "al :UW 'iff Frank Barnett Cay Barton Richard Bates Ben Batson Sarah Batte Kathy Beard Kitty Bell Allen Bennett Betty Jo Bethay Lynn Biggs Burns Bishop Elbert Bivins Holly Black Karen Blackwell Ned Blake Steven Ammann Bob Anderson Tom Jett Anderson Susan Appleton Pam Arthur Charlotte Atherton Margaret Atkinson Caroline Babb Julie Babbitt Pam Bailey Lynn Baldwin Ann Ball J. W. Banes Wayne Barber Bryan Barksdale Zn wer 151 N.-...H , "1-fi'-' Ben Brown Ko rryn Brown Poulo Brown Corolyn Bruno Judi Buck Jill Buckinghom Pot Boggon Rondy Bolen Corol Bondie Tucker Bonner Dione Borfhwick Condy Bouiwell Bev Bowen Tommy Bowers Trish Brodley Suson Brodshow Don Brody Betty Jeon Brome Borden Brisier Borboro Brooks Beverly Brooks "You're o sophomore?" remorks osiouncled Lindo Luke, but her ossistoni Dicine Borihwick obviously hos plcins for some of The shcirper sophomore boys offer Orienioiion. Tim Bullcxrd Rebecco Ann Bullen Bob Bullock John Bullock Mory Jone Burch Ronnie Burkett Jim Burt Jon Burton Anne Burvvell Johnny Buster Georgie Byors I-lol Bynum Tommy Cobell Eddie Coin Doyid Comeron Upperclcissmen Serve as Orientation Leaders Colleen Corr Bobby Corrier Phil Ccirson Corroll Cosner Bill Casper Noncy Cotes Wolton Coughmon Kothy Chondler lviorlcine Chill Clitt Chunn Dorrelyn Clowson 153 Wanda Clay Richard Clayton Nancy Cline Tim Coker Bill Cole Charles Cole Jerry Cook Kim Cooley Betty Cooper Jerry Cooper Joe Cooper Lynn Cornell Jerry Corns Donna Cowles Glenn Cox Nancy Crabtree Becky Craycralt Nelson Cruthirds Kathleen Cummings Gary Cutrer Cindy Dale Sandra Daniel Kathy David Dana Davis Jo Ann Davis Joe Davis Jo Dawkins 154 L'ff-9 ...ai Future Grads Fret College Admissions ww' fe nz if QW? i l SQ! "I suppose it is the boy-girl rotio ot Mississippi State thot convinced me," confesses Dona Dovis in ci conference with her counselor, Miss Brelond. Don Dees Wilson Detore, J Bobby Denny Carole Dicken Gory Dickens Sue Dorris Tommy Dorsey Ed Douglos Penny Dunn Dione Edvvords Lorry Edvvords Vickie Emmons Sylvio Enloe Johnny Eycms DeDe Ewing Nitcx Folkenburg Brod Forber Jonet Farr 155 F Knut one purl two What w1II Bryan knit for you?" croons Ronme Ormcm Bryan Barksdale on the tram from Chicago. Pat Fortier Nancy Foster Ginger Fowler Johnny Fowler Mary Fowler Meredith Fox Rita Fraiser Margaret Frazner Robin Fulcher Hugh Furr Mike Gainey Tommy Gardner Pat Ga rra rd Bill Garth Myron Gava nt Publication Staffs Profit From N.S.P.A. Convention Steve Greer Linda Grelle Pat Griffin Marcia Griffin Johnny Guyton Barbara Haas Hinky Hall Jim Hall Carol Ann Halliday Mike Hamilton Marguerite Hampton Nancy Hand Gale Hargrove Mike Harper Jim Harris Catherine Gibson Gordon Gober Rebecca Godard Frank Goodman Edith Goodwill Susan Gordon Darrell Graham Sammy Graham Sharon Grant Connie Greco Susan Greenvvell 157 Darryl Hayes Chris Haynes Charlie Head Tim Helgeson Becky Henarick Sandra Henson Bill Heslop Parker Hills Leo Hines Jim Hobson Ames Hogan 158 Dorothy Hopkins Ginna Hopkins Tom Horner Janice Hotchkiss Bobby Houston Phyllis Houston Jim Howard Ronnie Howard Sue Howard Jane Hubbard Rickey Hutt Louise Huttman Alley Raye Hull Alpha Humble Wayne Humphreys Larry White "wipes out" on the ice while skating at the Mississippi State Coliseum as Scott Turner, Eleanor McKeithen, Buzz Sissell, and Rich- ard Newquist look on in fun. ,yur ,F . 'Y-w Tommy lngels Mike Jacobs Steve Jettreys Linda Jobron Allen Johnson Cameron Johnson Costa Johnson Frank Johnson Karen Johnson Martha Ryburn Kerry Jones Mike Jones Sara Jones Lurlean Jordan Martha Jordan William Jordan Joan Kerr Pat Kerr William Kessler Ray King Frank Kirby lll Barbara Kirk Johnson Maud Kuykendall Fred Kyle 159 Jan LaCoste David Lang ..- Mary Lawson Peggy Lenfz Margaret Lenz Greta Lewandowski Marilyn Lipscomb Ann Little Robbie Lloyd Mary Guy Lockhart Linda Loper Bill Lotterhos Tish Lowe Frances Lowery Mack Lowery Edwin Lowther Linda Luke Melissa Lutken Sheila Lympus Skipper MacDonald 160 elephants, and other iungle animals to be used as decorations tor her senior party. Sherry Macon Bess Maley Tommy Maloul Gene Manasco Jett Mangin David Mangum Steve Mann Susan Manning Bob Mansell Lucy Marble Betsy Martin Jimmy Martin Mollie Martin Vicki Masopust Tricia May Carolyn Mayfield Eddie Mays David McAdory Conner McAllister Dolton McAlpin Cliarles McCann Frank McCann Bob McCallum Susan McClintock 161 Henry McClurg Gerald McDill Margaret Ann MCDIII Frank McEacl1ern Larry McKay Eleanor McKeitl1en Melinda McKinnon Vitrice MCMurry Clarissa McNair Peggy McNair Beverly Meek Sandra Melton Carol Messer Johnny Meyer Kent Miller Sam Millstein Chester Mixon Bette Montgomery Dick Montgomery Beverly Morgan Ed Morgan 162 Mcile Duel Functions As Senior Sponsors Richcird Newquisi Pot Newton Cheryl Nichols Donold Nichols Jim Nickles Rondy Noone Sieve Norlh Bill Norton Robert Nunn Condy Oden Terry Odom Joon Ogle Lynn Olson Kolhy O'Neol Pomelci O'Necil Noncy Morrow Terre Moskewirz Joonne Mosley Mciry Helen Noder Ann Neely Billy Nelson Don Nelson lylory Beth Nelson Cindy Neherville Bettie Nevels Peggy Newell 163 Malcolm Outlaw Susan Overy Patty Owen Coker Palmer Alan Palmore Tweed Parker Cathy Patterson Katherine Patterson David Payne Sandra Pearce Jane Pearson 16-4 "lb Susan Peeler Rob Perry Bill Peterson Judi Phelps Paul Phillips Jackie Pickel Danny Pigott Jim Pigott Walter Pinkston Jamie Pittman Steve Pleasant Mike Porter Warren Porter Fredda Portnoy Elta Posey Don Potts Jeon Price Pom Priester Jimmy Primos lylelindo Pryor Borboro Puckett .lerrill Pullen George Purvis Chuck Quortermon Borry Rodulski Dixie Rogsdole Gretchen Rohm Butch Romsey Rocky Reddoclw Richord Reed Sondro Reeves Joy Reynolds Cindy Ricliords Wylie Ricltords Williom Riclficirdson Louise Riley Bill Robertson Stokes Robertson Alden Robinson 165 Sherry Rodgers Sally Fran Ross Betty Rovvzee Beverly Runnells Linda Rusling Burdette Russ Elizabeth Scott Sharon Scott Jeanne Seogle Linda Seale Anne Shaddock -oe l66 J 'C' Qt xg? Senior Spirit Furnishes Force To Pep Rallies Z v - Q ,ni Gail Shank Jacqueline Shapard Kathy Sharp Pam Shelton Linda Sheppard Edwin R. Sherrard .lr Connie Shirley Henry Shotts Kathy Sides Kathy Simmons Bill Sims Patricia Sims Peggy Sims Buzz Sissell Billy Skelton "Go get 'em Mustangs!" exhorts William Richardson as he exhibits fiery senior spirit in a heated pep rally. Stanley Slaughter Kathy Small Randy Small Dana Smart Bobby Smira Anne Smith Bennett E. Smith Jr Dorothy Smith Doyle Smith Tommy Sneed Ted Sommers Steve Spaulding Bunny Speake Phil Speake Frank Speetiens Dianne Stage Carey Stark Earl H. Starnes Mike Statham Janet Stevens Sam Stockett 167 -fl P-1 Suson Stone Jenny Stone Lois Stortz Donnie Stronge Woyne Stronge Suson Stribling Sheryl Strickland Connie Stringer Roe Anne Suess Millie Sullivon Corl Summer Jock Sumrcill Libby Svvoles Jim Svvonn Corol Ann Sylor Bill Tote Mory Morgoret T Bill Tlwomes Judy Thames Steve Tlterrell Dixie Tltomos 168 Dolores Thomos Judy Thompson Pot Thompson Percy Thompson Pot Thomson Dove Thornhill Jimmy Thorsen Peggy Tomlin Ronnie Tomlin Brendo Troylor Judy Trim Chorlsie Trussell Henry Tucker lylory Tumosz Tripp Turmon Becky Turner Bettye Turner Scott Turner Pot Twente John Underwood Mory Upchurch Jimmy Vest Nelson Vestol Howord Villeret Ellen Woiles Dovid Woldron 169 Cindy Walker May Anne Walker Melanie Wall Cecile Walsli Marilyn Ware Ray Warren Terrie Warren Linda Washburn Laurin Walras Bill Watson Robbie Webber aff' il 170 Billy Weems Kennellw Wells Melissa Wells Mary Alice Welty SCOTT Wendelsdorf Judy Westlialer Lana Wliatley Larry Wlnile Ben Whitfield Steve Wilburn Billy Wiley Patsy Wilkinson Brenda Williams Butch Williams Chip Williams Perry Williams intently labors over part ot the scenery tor the spring production, "The Sound ot Music." Paul Wilson Lee Wiltshire Jane Windels Sue Windsor Bill Withers Bing Witty Jimmy Wohlgemuth Noel Womack James Woods Susan Woodward J Betty Wooldridge Jesse Wooten Mary Gail Wray George Wright Scott Young Kay Williams Morris Williams Perry Williams Sherry Williams Carl Wilson Dana Wilson fwwfvl' rf' 2 l l l i K, ' -5 A M l . ,..-J. l tQ9c2'kr,MA A - ,. wg,3:4v 'ul -n :,, 7 ' as W 5 . - .. 1.1555 'fl -f'f4f-Mlrftfi'-,frrmtw A.. ' 12 , Y Junior Class Officers and athletic letterrnen Bill Jones, pres- ident, Bo Bowen, reporterg Charles O'Mara, vice-president, Charlie Kelly, secretaryg pause for a second in front of the gym after an afternoon's work-out. Junior Cfficers Support Class Framework Lowerclassmen no longer but not yet to the top, the "in-betweens" explored their new role in the student body of Murrah. The middleclassmen eagerly awaited the chance to display their ability in student activities and to advance to the school's highest position. Studies, extra-curricular activities, and clubs afforded various creative opportunities for further growth and development. Selecting the class rings, taking college preparatory tests, hosting the Junior-Senior Prom and campaigning in the spring elections added the finishing touches to the Juniors' unforgettable year. John Adams 3 Walter Adsit Joyce Aeschliman Billie Jean Aldy Gordon Alexander Jim Alexander Jud gxixi 4' qui pi Xu 172 Mike Allen Vennie Allen Van Anderson Charles Arnold lll Becky Ator Gaines Augustus Nancy Babb Sue Barnes Glenda Barnett Martha Barnett Ruth Bartley Emelie Barton ff Johanna Bass Edward Baucom Babs Beach Susan Beach Kathy Bell Mary Lou Bennett I 1' ll, r .-211:-.233 ' ' . , ,QW - c " "W M flivgfi:-nf U f f 'Qi ' iff X as Don Brown Penny Brown Richard Brown Richard H. Brown Sharon Brown Celia Brunson Cindy Brunson Jo Bryant Marie Bryant Steve Buchanan Manuel Bueno Priscilla Buie Barbara Burke Mary Ruth Burke David Burnham Judy Burwell June Burwell Becky Bush Patricia Bush Camille Butler Charmaine Butler Hal Butts Bob Byrd Wallace Byrd X Z, Randy Berg Martha Bergmark Ronnie Blaine Judy Blake Patty Blanks Lorelei Blanton Don Blythe Sylvia Booth Bo Bowen Terry Bowers David Bowling Nancy Bowling Lanny Bradford Judy Brasher Sandra Jean Breland Jeanne Bridges Roger Brock Ronnie Brooks ff"""?h ,fm Wx Lucy Cain John Caldwell Pat Caldwell Becky Callaway Cindy Callender Clilt Camp Ric Cannada Hugh Cantrell Jim Capriotti Malcolm Carmichael Neal Carney Bill Carpenter Larry Carpenter Jon Carter Richard Cartledge Karen Case Clinl Cavett Linda Chapman Sue Childs Steve Chustz Mary Louise Cissna Billy Clayton Jane Cleland Edward Cohen K' W-v' ii ' -Q, Marilyn Cohen Mike Coker Coley Coleman Foster Collins Bill Colmer Judy Conly Joan Conn Michael Connelly Mary Ann Conner Buddy Cook Greg Cook Peggy Cook George Copeland Quint Corban James Cordell Karen Corns Linda Cotten Mac Cotting Jimmie Courson Lynn Cowan Jimmy Crell Peggy Crews John Currie Lynne Dale Curtis Dianne Daniel Paula Daniel Marilyn Davis Pam Davis Peggy Davis Sara Davis Advanced Math Offers New Challenge To Juniors "My gosh, she's got the plague," exclaims Alton Windsor as he stares in wonder at Mrs. Quall's patterned hose. Beth Denton Sandy Donahue Jami Donley Tommy Doolittle Mark Dortch Gary Dragna Dennis Duke Mike Dukes Charles Dunn Bill Eddleman Barbara Edwards Donna Edwards W-C wg mm W Hap Farber David Farlee Roy Finger Harriet Fitts Sally Fleming Sara Foose Pam Fortenberry Bill Foshee Lynn Fox Roslyn Frank C. E. Frazier Alison Freeman Bill Fulrner Earl Fyke Nan Gainey Andy Gallman AdrianneGear Robert Germany Larry Gibbons Beverly Gibson Don Gladney Pat Glaze Wanda Gober Jimmy Goodin Jett Goodrich Carl Gordon Raynor Edwards Billy Egbert Johnny Egbert Lee Einhaus Frankie Ellzey Karen Enochs Billy Ethridge Kathy Evans Jesse Ewell Polly Ewert Janet Ewing William Ezelle xl df X Patrick Graham Doug Gray Raymond Grenfell John Gross Phyllis Gunter Brad Hall Elaine Hall Pam Hall Becky Hanes Donie Hanna David Hardy Scott Hardy Brenda Harpe Bill Harper Martha Lou Harrell Martha Harrelson Lucille Harris Lu Ann Hayes Jane Hearn Erik Hearon Gail Hederman Ken Helman Linda Helms Archie Henderson Paul Hendrix Mary Delle Herlong Bob Herman David Hester Harry Hetherington Tony Hewitt Marshall Field models? No actually Myra Ward, Adrianne Gear and Harriet Fihts are gust Murrah High School iournalists attending 0 "f JM' X' 'QU fs H13 fe'-,A 'Z' V14 Zmlxbjlayi Zu I D Q fm? gf! fl ff 4, by 32,21 af I if Mk Q M E A Mmm: sz "7!ff2fWf' " AlAt.4,g , -, A 1 .114 Qi' . . .ral 3 Susan Holder Ricky Holland Margaret Holliday Nancy Hollingsworth Linda Hoover Jack Hopkins Anne Hord B. B. Hosch Bill Howard Randy Howard Roberta Hunter I think it should be this way . . ." voices Ric Cannada Lloyd HUIIOII during a Student Council debate ot the point system. Martha Inmon Larry Ivey Ronnie Ivey Linda Ivey Joe Jackson Rebecca Jackson Spencer Jenkins CamiIIeJohnson Christy Johnson Bill Jones Bob Jones Charlton Jones Kendall Jones Ransom Jones Roger Jones Laura LeeJordan Shirley Karstens Charlie Kelly X ,f Claire Kelly Bev Kennedy Margaret Keough Al Keveryn Stephen Kyle Linda Labhart Judy Kilgore Rivers King Tammy Krause Ruth Krieger Carl Lackey Karen Lagerson Emily Lansdell Richard Largent Mike Laseter Ford Lassiter Patsy Lefoldt Georgia Lemon Frances Lenz Tom Lester John Lockhart Mark Lotlin Lucy Love Shirley Lowe Linda Luke Cathy Lundy Isabel Lutken Lorraine Lutrick Garland Lyell Alex Maior Colvin Mann Linda Manning Jeanne Marbury Carolyn Martin Linda Mason Karen Massey Allen May Jeanie Mayo Myra Mays Debbie McAllily Bruce McArthur Barry McCleave Stewart McCollum Karen McCool Linda McCoy Danny McDaniel Frances McDowoll Gibby McEachern Frances McEwen Margie McGee Peggy McGehee David McGowan Ginny Mcllwain Bill Mclnnes Norton Mclieigney Ellen Mclean George McMurry Barbara Meador X ffik XFX ,I X Mustang Vlctorles l 'fr Corky Meredith Kathy Middleton Bob Miller Sherri Miller Jo Lynn Milling Copper Mills George Milstead Jeff Minor Ronnie Molpus Leon Monroe Ed Montgomery Pot Moody Bubba Morgan Red Morgan Tito Morrison David Mosal Robby Moss Chris Mounger Bill Mullen Donnie Nabors Mary Anne Neely Toni Neely Kathy Neil Martin Newcomb f Y f fs , , X4 yw. , f f , 1 f if 2 " ,f A Q 1 Regt is ' 5 Mary Kaye Thayer applauds enthusiastically as iunior Penny Deaton concludes a talk during the spirited pep rally before the Greenwood game. Sue Nicholson Dick Noel John Noel ff , .1 .f m if ' M' X X Charley Northern Gloria Norville Pat Oates Bob Oldham Jerry Oliver Charles O'Mara Ted Orkin Charles Ozier Tom Pace Martha Packer Susan Pearson Sharmain Perkins Nan Peters Dudley Phelps Sara Phelps Bill Phillips Billy Phillips Ginger Phillips Vicki Phipps Jerry Pickel Carole Pigott Brenda Place Jimmy Ponder Charles Pope lf' X Dianne Pope Gloria Porter John Purvis Courtenay Pyles Lynne Ragland Cecil Rotlilt Sandra Ray Woody Reagan Woodie Reaves Evelyn Reecl Gaylen Regan George Reid Joanne Reynolds Debbie Rhodes Bruce Ridgway David Ringenberg Dottie Ritter Tommy Robbins if ,,.,-v Nj' og 1 Frances Robinson Richard Robinson Sidney Robinson Jack Roell Van Rusling Linda Russell Nate Salvo Drew Sampson George Sanders Ralph Sartin Joe Scanlon Beth Scarbrough Donna Schwinler Bert Scott Steve Scott Bill Searight Grant Sears Bobbie Sharp Wyatt Sharp Bobby Shearer Danny Shell Jonnie Shell Janie Shiel Linda Simmons 9 W! jf 'wiv vw WX t 47 J f wi M Class Sponsors Gversee Junior Activities sf' ll ff if V' Hal Swanson Sharon Tallant Billy Tate Naomi Tattis LJ ii f . 1 Www ff t W- ws -fx, f. ,f,,, aff W-nf, li sig, ll! V Sheryl Lee Sims Kay Skinner Cathy Sloan Barbara Smith Cambria Smith Dave Smith Herbert Smith Lem Smith Kyle Sours Elizabeth Speake Lynda Speaks Lake Speed Cole Spencer Kathy Squires Marie Stauss Lynne St. Clair Carol Stewart Ralph Stillions Jim Stokes Elaine Street Albert Strickland Geri Sullivan Craig Sumrall Houston Sumrall Paul Sunderman Mary Swain Mrs. Parvin and Mr. McCarley, class sponsors, confer with class otticers and consider ideas for Junior activities. N, Mary Taylor Pho Jean Temple Mary Kaye Thayer Tommy Thompson Jim Throckmorton Gene Tillman Ingrid Toler Sherry Travis Bill Tyson Pam Upshaw ' Dorian Van Devender X-3' Caroline Vaughan Ricky Venturini Ann Walker 1. Ai' Question Optimistic Juniors ff Olivia Walker Mark Wall Anne Wallace Jenky Wallace Gail Walsh Tommy Walton Jerry Ward Myra Ward Susan Ware George Warriner Charles Waterloo Steve Watkins Becky Watson Richard Weatherly Julie Webb Sherry Webb Bonnie Weitenbach Harry Weir Gail Welborn Kanet Welch Erskine Wells Glenn Westbrook Donnie Whigham Bill White "You hit two fingers on the table. lf the first finger hurts more mark true, but if the second finger hurts more put false," answers Earl Fyke to Gail Walsh while taking the Pre- liminary Scholastic Aptitude Test during March. V ml ... 1 G ' ,,., - 9 l .21::3::as:'i 1 I J, Q c,c. ,, ., ,V .,.., 1 f f A , , ,--II! ,-. ,.,- , 1 E o- G ' sf David White Diana White Greg White Nancy White Nancy L. White Lucy Whitsett Nan Wideman Kent Wilkinson Dell Williams Gene Williams Shirley Williams Steve Williams Allan Wilson Glen Wilson J. W. Wilson John Wilson Don Wimberly Alton Windsor Nat Wise Joe Witherspoon Charles Witt Rob Womack George Woodliff Ann Woolley Mike Wooten Lynda Word Percy Wray Cindy Wright John Wright Lee Wyatt Linda Kay Young Wayne Young Sophomore Class ElecTs STudenT Leaders Welcomed by The Third year of sophomore orienfafion, The newcomers poured inTo Murrah wiTh anficipaiion, The fear of gerling losT, and The Thrill of more freedom. The Tenfh graders campaigned wiTh enThusiasm in The elecTion of The class officers. The lowerclassmen also enioyed and enhanced many school acTiviTies such as homecoming, pep rallies, vicTory dances, a melodrama, The musical, spring elecTions, and various oTher school proiecfs. 1 ix H4- A--...h fi 4-" icg. ,T I .Zy v I in A V V V , E ,.,. lil NX . - I ' , X n V 'ia T ka 4. ,gf ' T Linda Adcoclc Joe Ades Keifh Aeschliman Louis Aldridge Fidelia Alexander Julian Alexander Randy Alford Linda Allen Donna Andrews Fred Argo Bill Ashby Charles Ashley Sonny Ashley ,lan Baker Bobby Bardwell Gerald Barron Buddy Bartling Larry BarTon Carey Bass John BaTTe David Beard Pam Bedgood Jean Beemon Randy Bessonerle Al Bible Bo Black Thelma Black Reggie Blackwell Marilyn Blakeslee Darrel Blanfon Lee BlanTon DoroThy Blohm Sandra Bloodworfh Mary Ann Boggan Allen Boone Teri Bowden Anne Bowen Ed Bowie Mack Boyd Suzan Brady DoroThea Brock ef-12' wt'N ,4 ,,,, ,.,. , Lui.. f M ya ' rf f Z! ,L ,ja I ,554 I .. . fi 'WN f' J Q Qi, f-. is A .447 f A 'S 4 326 fn President P. D. Fyke, Secretary Susan Owen, Vice-Presi- W' dent Bobby Croswell, and Reporter David Buck plan to achieve better attendance at basketball games by dis- tributing pin-ons. S E? M W Danielle Brown Richard Brown Marilyn Brumtielcl Grady Bryan Sheila Bryan Olen Bryant Martha Buchanan David Buck Nan Buford, Sandy Bullard Travis Bunch Linda Burkett Patricia Burrow Cathy Burwell John Burwell David Butts Vicki Byars Walter Byrd Mary Cain Nancy Caldwell Carol Callaway Karen Camp Bruce Campbell Donna Camper Dane Canterbury Becky Carter Keith Carter Linda Casey Leah Chambers Debbie Chennault Sherry Christmas Sally Chustz Garry Clawson Pamela Clayton Cindy Cleveland John Cleveland Lee Clinton Patricia Cochrane Gary Coker Mark Cole 187 Suzanne Collette Marcia Collins Robert Colquitt Buddy Connors Bart Cook Doug Cooper Martha Coopinger Margaret Cotten Paula Cortle Mike Cournoyer Ronnie Cournoyer David Cowles Anne Cox Connie Craft Billie Lynn Crawford Grady Crawtorcl Gary Crenshaw Bobby Croswell Jorgene Crow Deborah Culpepper William Cummins Pam Daniel Cathy Davis 1""'7 5 1 r' ' ' sa f X 1 NZ ., A 4 , .z av . il J J J JA t Q ,- 4' , i,.., '-J 1 if B 'F L 1 - . s.' s' its gy 53,1 K 'kia -.W 'iNla CSV DN Orientation Welcomes Newcomers To Murrah X v""'7 SVS Mi if x 1 ,f 43 f 188 Cf. Norma Davis Susan Davis Vina Davis Sherry Day John Decker Laura Dees Vivian Denton John Dickson Donna Drew Lola Duckworth Larry Dunn Sandra Dunn Tom Dupree Melissa Eatherly Johnny Eddleman Steve Edds Bobby Edwards Sherry Edwards Sue Eiserloh John Ellis Enid Elson Bob Ely David Ethridge Diane Ethridge Harris Evans John Evans Jerry Everitt Ken Ezelle Beverly Fabian Robert Fallin Jack Faries Mike Farrell Fred Faulk Butch Featherston Johnny Fletcher Ca rolyn Forten berry Donnie Fowler Jamie Fowler Sammy Fox Janice Friar Chellie Furr P. D. Fyke Micki Gallagher Taylor Gallman Bob Garrett Jacqueline Getz Jan Gilmore Bruce Golden John Gore Bill Gotthelt Ken Graham Rickey Gray Mark Greenberg Elizabeth Guernsey Ray Gunn Beverly Hairston Milton Hale Missy Hall Jeannie Hamilton Clarence Hamilton Beverly Hammons Karen Hanway Elizabeth Hardy Sandra Harmon l S- 'rais- X C2 if 1 'Q-sv .ig L ' fa K? 'VF' Please stop the music before my hands get blisteredf' plea the sophomores as they add to the school spirit. .s i it Frank Hart Judy Hartley Charles Harvey Jo Ellen Heard Jimmy Hemphill Jean Hendershot Harry Hendrick Jane Hendrix Eddie Harrington Johnny Herrington Lynn Hesdortter Arthur Hewitt Becky Hewitt Pat Hill Edward L. Hogg Harriet Holder Barbara Holdertield Lynn Holliday Robert Holmes Peggy Hood Joel Howell Linda Howell Dale Hubbard Bobbie Hutt Ronnie Humphrey Jack Hunter Beverly ldom Linda Jameson Skipper Jernigan Bobby Johnson Mike Johnson James Johnson Jan Johnson Peggy Johnson Stephen Johnson Linda Johnston Barbara Jones Carolyn Jones Mark Jones Nancy Jones Pat Jones Jimmy Jordan Kathy Jordan Cynthia Keith 'TY Ju? Q J fl V117 t-9 V ff l in y 067' 'IV Z5 41 I du J , Janet Keith Sandra Keith Dennis Kelly Bobby Kennedy Elaine Keown George Kessler Danny Ketchum Barbara King Bill King Fran King Kenneth Kirk Dottie Kyle Paul Lacoste Linda Lamar Delaine Lawrence Janet Lawrence Dayton Lawson Garry Lawyer Dianne Ledlow Bill Lenoir Bill Lester , ff fm, ,.,,,fW--Y, its ,Q W ,. , M. , . .,. 9 ---1 i ,cf .fs . ff ,nf fff f ff f fin 4491 I '03 AM, A J ,fx X , 40 6 1 X v f 4 X M , . ., ,Q ? gf Pep Rallies Amaze Lowerclassmen M94 ,1 1. 5 . Ire, J-'H isy u A., an f,,,..,,. . is V ff J X 4 1644 j ff' V' ,Zz f ffb-Z? J Q Qi if it ' 44 fi' ii' K iffa gf, .fp ef 74. i.. fy ' 'fin Bob Lewis Gary Liddle John Lieb DeeDee Lipscomb Trudy Little Robert Logan Mike Logan Jim Loper Sheila Loper George Lotterhos Lynn Love Mike Lowrance Jeannie Luke Jay Luter Cliff Macgowan Kathy Maddox Martha Ann Magee Elizabeth Ann Maher Susu Malure Debbie Manning Michele Mansfield Pat Marbury Tom Marks Roland Mason Sandra Massey Andrea Mateer Kim Matheney Donna Matthews Percy Matthews Britt Maxwell 191 Susan Mayberry Jennifer Mayo Reed McAtee Sammy McCall Ann McCullough Jean McDill Linda McDonald Betty McFarland Jim Mclntyre Kathy McKinnon Brenda McMillan Patricia McNair Esther McNaron Hugh McWhorter Donny Meeks Charles Mims Danny Mize Hank Moak Paul Moak Kathleen Mobley David Mockbee Jeanne Montgomery Jimmy Moore Mona Moore Richard Morgan Luther Muntord Joe Myers Jodie Nader Linda Newell Pam Nicholls Nancy Nichols Susan Nicholson Jackie Nunley Barbara Oden Lynda Odom Mary O'Steen Anita Outlaw Dottie Overstreet Raymond Overstreet Susan Owen John Owens Sandra Owens Cheryl Ozier Joe Pace Mike Parman Mary Lucile Parrish Elise Pate Joe Patterson Leslie Pattison Bruce Payne Anne Peery Bill Penn Carolyn Pennington Kathy Pepper Lewis Perdue Edith Perry Paula Persons Denny Pevey Charles Phillips Robert Phillips Jett Pitts Nancy Pless Carolyn Poole Gus Pooley Virginia Pope Pace Porter Hap Post Billy Powell Judy Power Dave Powers John Powers Jim Pratt Pam Presley Vicki Pritchard Mike Pryor Ettalynn Pullen Cherylynne Purvis Sara Putnam Brenda Pylant Grace Quarles Susan Quarterman Cherie Quinn Carlann Rall Stan Ratlift Chuck Read Andre Reaume Ellen Redd Penny Reeder Crawford Rhaly Alice Rhea Carolyn Rice l "What do I do it l trip?" ponders Mary Welch as she and Charles Royals greet the school on Homecoming. 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I I X E544 ff 4' x-:rr if , I i ' ' I fir 'S , ' I 'J , 14, QQ, 'Q f fi ir , ' M ff, ff V3 'f l ' 'L 'fig 4, " ,,,, 193 , , 'VSV ia, 1441 I Class sponsors, Mrs, Ruth Davis and Coach Buddy Crosby, meet to discuss ideas tor the class proiect. .XA i 1 194 Charles Richards Nancy Richards Sue Beth Richmond Cheryl Rivers Cathy Robertson Rob Robinson Kathie Robinson Lynn Robinson Steve Roby Charles Roell Gay Rose Harriette Rowe Charles Royals Kathy Ruttin Margie Ruttin Judy Runnells Tommy Rush Judy Ryerson Nicky Sabatini Bill Satley Ralph Salomon Nancy Sanders Patricia Sanders Ray Scales Giles Shackeltord Clit Shirley Cheryl Shotts Donna Shreve Bobs Simmons Lisa Simmons Dan Singletary Brian Smith Danny Smith Eileen Smith Penny Smith Susan Smith Susannah Smith Carol Smith Bill Sneed Mike Sriuggs Class Sponsors Li 1-A Direct Sophomore Activities Joe Tarpley Bomar Taylor Meg Taylor Rowan Taylor Suzanne Taylor Tricia Taylor Vicki Taylor Paul Tessier Warren Thames Jane Thompson Tony Thornhill Arthur Tibbetts Pam Tiller Tcitty Tipton David Trewolla Steve Trigleth Donna Turner Steve Turner Patricia Underwood Bill VanDevender Jimmy Vaughan Cherie Vest Cecil Vick Buddy Vick Ronny Virden Diane Wade Sylvia Walker Deb Wallace Berta Sours Janet Speake Joseph Spettiens John Spencer Tommy Stallings Barbara Stauss Henry Stephenson Jo Anne Stevens Jan Stewart Diane Stodghill Louis Stortz William Street Joe Striloling Lynn Stringer Bert Strom Bill Studclard Ken Sullivan Paula Summers Dianne Sumrall Andy Sumrall Martha Swales Meredieth Sweat Bob Sylar , ,. , ,,, X .JIQMMK 4021 .. 2 . Xxx 1 ,WWW ' Mm ,wi 7 . gf. , I I Sammy Walters Vicki Ware Jay Warren Julie Warren Bill Washburn Elaine Weems Mary Welch Kim Wendelsdort Mildred Wiener Gray Wiggers Lynda Wilkins Jim Wilkinson Gary Williams Iris Williams Judy Williams Kathy Williams Lynn Williams Mynan Williams Betty Wilson Bob Wilson Bill Wiltshire Marty Windels Mary Winders Sandra Winstead Patti Winter Janie Wisner Walter Wood Ma rcia Woodward Brenda Yarbro Judy Yarbro Charles Yeager Anne Zimmerman Tv ix J 1 ,QQ 5 5 ,if 5 . Sophomore Days Climaxed By Final Exams i 7 V17 L 2 , Z , 1 it f 1 6' 3 ,, ,L 1 LIMIT "At least next year we'll be superior to someone," concludes Buddy Bartling as he leaves school with Susan Owen. Senior Honors List Of 474 Graduating Seniors A Abshier, Peggy-Murrah Singers 3, Chorus of The Sound of Music, Music Masters l,3, Make-up 2. Adams, Eddie Adams, Jerry-Safety Council 3, Band l,2,3, Hi-Y l,2,3. Adsit, Deborah-Y-Teens l,2, Scenic Design 3. Agent, Joan -Make-up l, Costumes 2,3. Alford, Grif-Travelers 3, National Honor Society 2,3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Three star Thespian, Band l,2,3, Pit Band of Musical Production 2, Two honor letters, Jets 2, Second Vice-President 3. Alfred, Justin-Vice-President ot Homeroom l,2, 3, Murrah Singers 3, Role in Time Out For Murrah and Sound of Music, Football letter l,2,3, Track l, letter 3, Hi-Y chaplain 3. Allen, Bill -Band 2,3, Superior Medal in ensemble contest, Band Club l,2,3. Allen, Caroline-Squad Leader 3, Props l,2,3. Allen, Merle-Homeroom reporter l,2, Sec. Treas- urer 3, Murrah Miss 3, Librarian l,2,3, Publicity Scribe 3. Allen, Richard-Band 2,3, Baseball l,2, letter 3, Car Club 3. Allen, Rick Althaus, Averyell-Hoofbeat 2, co-editor 3, Most Promising Future Citizen, Two honor letters, Quill and Scroll 2, treasurer 3, NHS 2,3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Homeroom Sec. 3, Squad Leader l,2, Li- brarian l, Choreography 2,3, Sigma Delta Chi Jour- nalism Award 3. Ammann, Steven-National Merit Semifinalist, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Baseball l,2, Two honor letters, Squad leader l,2,3, Galt club l,2, Basketball club 3. Anderson, Bob-Homeroom President l,2,3, Na- tional First Place Editorial, D.A.R. Good Citizenship Boy, Northwood Exchange Club Boy of the Month, Two honor letters, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, Hoofbeat Asst. Sports Editor 2,3, Sopnomore Orientation Leader, Hi-Y 2,3, D.A.R. Citizenship Award 3. Anderson, Tom .left-Homeroom Vice-President l, Murrah Singers 2,3, Football letter l,2,3, One honor letter, Jets l,2, President 3. Appleton, Susan-Chorus of Gay Nineties 3, Costumes l,2,3. Arthur, Pam -Squad leader 3, Meclico-Eds l,3. Atherton, Charlotte-Make-up 2,3. Atkinson, Margaret-Nationalist Merit Final- ist, Most Intellectual, Youth Congress Delegate, Four honor letters, NHS 2,3, Three star Thespian, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Hoofbeat Asst. Advertising Manager 3, Soph. Orientation leader, Squad Leader l,3, North- side Civitan Club Scholarship Award 3, American Association of Teachers of English Award 3, Theater Guild l,2,3. Babb, Caroline-NHS 2,3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Two honor letters, Winner of Medica-Eds research paper contest 2, Theater Guild l,3. Babbitt, Julie-NHS 3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Sup- ply store 3, Squad leader 3, Props l,2. Bailey, Pam-Squad leader l,3, Make-up 3. Baldwin, Lynn-Librarian l,2, Squad leader, Scenic design 2,3. Ball, Ann-Murrah Miss 3, NHS 2,3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Thespian 2,3, Three honor letters, Home- room Vice-President i, Reporter 2, Tennis letter l,2,3, Ticket chairman of Musical Production 3, Counselor's office 2,3, Squad leader l,2, Theater Guild l,2,3: Barber, Wayne-Morning Watch chairman 3: Supply store l,2,3, Basketball letter l,2,3: Squad leader l,2, One honor letter, Theater Guild l, Basket- ball club 2,3. Barksdale, Bryan-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Quill and Scroll 2,3, Hoofbeat Sports Editor 3, Baseball l, Football manager l,2,3, Golf 2,3, Basketball 2, Squad leader l,2, Two honor letters, Sophomore Orientation leader 3, Golf club l,2,3. Barnett, Frank-Fly-tyers 2,3. Barton, Cay-Homeroom reporter l, Vice-Presi- dent 2, NHS 2,3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Quill and Scroll 3, Thespian l,2, Murrah Singers 3, Resume Section Asst. l:ditor, Most Athletic, Three honor let- ters, Miss Power and Light Girl, Tennis letter 2,3, Theater Guild l,2,3. Batson, Ben Batte, Sarah-Homeroom president l, sect. 2, reporter 3, Murrah Miss 2,3, Pleiades 3, Librarian l,2,3, Squad leader 2,3, One honor letter, Secretary of Reading Club 3. Beard, Kathy-Scenic Design 3. Bennett, Allen -Squad leader 3, Junior Historical Society 2,3. Bethay, Betty Jo-NHS 2,3, Mu Alpha Theta 2, One honor letter, Medica-Eds 2,3. Biggs, Lynn-Homeroom president i, Vice-presi- dent 2,3, NHS 2, treasurer 3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Murrah Miss 2, captain 3, Murrah Singers, Squad leader l,2,3, Homecoming Court 2, Two honor let- ters, Soph. Orientation leader, Most Beautiful, Thea- ter Guild l,2,3. Bishop, Burns-Chess team, Golf club 2,3. Bivins, Elbert-Car club 2,3. Black, I-lolly-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Football l,2, letter 3, Fly-ty l, secretary 3. Blackwell, Karen-Thespian 2,3, Musical Pro- ductions 2,3, Art award 2, Scenic design 2, presi- dent 3. Blake, Ned-Squad leader l,2,3, Car club 3. Boggan, Pat-Homeroom president l, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Murrah Miss 2,3, Tennis l,2,3, Squad leader l,2, Honor letter, Make-up 3. Bolen, Randy-Homeroom president 3, Squad leader 3, Car club 3, Alonzo Stagg Physical Educa- tion award 3. Bondie, Carol-Librarian 2, Choreography 2,3. Bonner, Tucker-NHS 3, Thespian 2,3, Murrah Singers 2,3, Musical Productions l,2,3, Two honor letters, Most Musical, Music Masters l,2, president 3. Borthwick, Diane-Homeroom Sec. 2, Murrah Miss 3, Thespian 3, Dancer in Melodrama 3, Supply store l,Make-up 2,3. Boutwell, Candy-Musical production make-up 2,3, Pleiades 3, Theater Guild l,2,3. Bowen, Bev-Homeroom reporter l, Murrah Singers 2,3, Musical production 2, Acting and Di- recting l,2. Bowers, Tommy-Golf 3, Hunting and Fishing l,2,3. Bradley, Trish-l-lootbeat business manager 2, co-editor 3, Hall of Fame, Four honor letters, Tennis letter l,2,3, Homeroom reporter l, vice-president 3, Most Dependable, Quill and Scroll 2, secretary 3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Thespian 2,3, Dan- forth Foundation Award 3, Sigma Delta Chi Jour- nalism Award 3, Theater Guild l,2,3. Bradshaw, Susan-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Choral music accompanist 3, Theater Guild l,2,3. Brame, Betty Jean-Thespian 3, Musical produc- tion dancer l,2, Choreography l,2,3. Brister, Borden-Squad leader 3, Hi-Y 3. Brister, James Brooks, Barbara-Make-up 2,3. Brooks, Beverly-Homeroom reporter l,3, sec- retary 2, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Quill and Scroll 2,3, l-loofbeat Feature Editor 2, exchange editor 3, Pleiades l,2,3, Counselor's office l,2,3, Three honor letters, Make-up 3. Brown, Paula-Homeroom treasurer l, Office as- sistant 2,3, Squad leader l,2,3, Medica-Eds 3. Bruno, Carolyn-Class sect.-treasurer l,2, re- porter 3, Homeroom president l,2, vice-president 3, Thespian 2,3, Murrah Singers 3, Cheerleader l,2,3, Homecoming Court l,3, Two honor letters, Sopho- more Orientation leader 3, Miss Junior Class, Miss Murrah High, Most Courteous 2, Silver Lady, Sertoma Club Award 3, Theater Guild 2,3. Bryan, Robert Buck, Judi-Homeroom reporter 3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Quill and Scroll 2,3, Haofbeat assistant feature editor 2, news editor 3, Squad leader l,2,3, Two honor letters, Make-up l,3. Buckingham, .lill-Y-Teens l,2, president 3, Y- Teen Award 3. Bullard, Tim-Hoofbeat reporter l,2,3, Golf l,2, Squad leader l, Golf Club l,2,3. Bullen, Rebecca Ann-Homeroom reporter 2, Librarian l,2, Squad leader 2,3, Scenic design l,3. Bullock, Bob-Squad leader l,2,3, Fly-tie l, treas- urer 2, vice-president 3. Bullock, John-Thespian 2,3, Musical productions 2,3, Football 2,3, Squad leader 3, Debate l,2,3. Burch, Mary Jane Burt, Jim-Squad leader l,2, Hunting and Fish- ing 2,3. Burton, Jan -Costumes 3. Burwell, Anne-Homeroom reporter 2, sect. 3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Tennis l,2,3, Squad leader l,2,3, Two honor letters, Theater Guild 2,3. Buster, Johnny-Squad leader l,2, Audio-visual l,2,3. Byars, Georgia-Thespian 3, Costumes 2,3. Bynum, Hal-Homeroom reporter l, Baseball 2, Football l,2, Squad leader l,2,3, Fly-tye 2,3. C Cabell, Tommy-NHS 2,3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Car club 2, vice-president 3. Cain, Eddie Cameron, David-Fly-tying i,2,3. Carr, Colleen-Theater Guild l,2,3. Carr, Jimmy-Baseball letter l,2,3, Football let- ter 2,3, Track letter l,2,3, Most Athletic, M Club l,2,3. Carson, Phil-Thespian l,2,3, Musical produc- tions l,2,3, Hoofbeat 2, Student technical advisor 3, Lighting l, president 3. Casper, Bill-Homeroom officer l,2,3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Thespian 2,3, Murrah Singers l,2,3, Musical productions l,2, lead 3, Pleiades as- sistant editor, National Merit Semifinalist 3, Most Talented in Dramatics 3, Acting and Directing 2,3, Little Theater Award 3, Pleiades Formal Essay award 3. Caughman, Walton-Golf club 3. Chandler, Kathy-Directing I,2. Chill, Marlane-Hoofbeat assistant advertising manager 2, advertising manager 3, Pleiades 3, Two honor letters, Quill and Scroll 2,3, NHS 3, Office worker 2,3, Choreography l,2,3. Chunn, Cliff-Sophomore president, Junior vice- president, Senior secretary, Homeroom President l,2, 3, Football letter l,2, tri-captain 3, Basketball l,2, letter 3, Track l,3, Mr. Sophomore Class, Mr. Senior Class, Most Dignified 3, M-Club 2,3. Clawson, Darrelyn-Make-up 2,3. Clayton, Richard -Jets 2,3. Cline, Nancy-Band l,2,3, State Band contest en- semble medal. Coker, Tim -Student council treasurer, Senior class president, Homeroom president l,2, Mu Alpha Theta 2, secretary 3, NHS 3, Thespian 2, secretary 3, Mur- rah Singers 2,3, Baseball letter l,2,3, Football l, let- ter 2,3, Three honor letters, Most Versatile, Most De- pendable, Rotarian of Month, District Talent Contest winner, North Jackson Lions Club Citizenship Award 3, Music Masters l,2,3. Cole, Bill-Band l,2,3, Supply Store l, Squad leader 2,3, Band club l, chairman 3. Cooley, Kim-NHS 3, Summer Science Training Program semifinolist 2, Jets 2,3. Cooper, Betty-Librarian l,2, Supply store 3, Squad leader l, Safety council 3, Theater Guild l,2,3 Cooper, Jerry-Bond 3, Car club 3. 197 Cooper, Joe - Student council vice-president, Home- room vice-president l, president 2, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Musical productions 2,3, Baseball l,2, Squad leader l,2, Honor letter, Senior Favorite, M,A.S.C. workshop and convention, S.A.S.C. convention, Na- tional Merit letter of commendotion, Hi-Y 2,3. Cornell, Lynn- Make-up chairman of musical production 3, Squad leader 3, Theater Guild l,2,3. Cowles, Donna -NHS 2,3, Thespian 3, Two honor letters, Musical production 2,3, Librarian l,2, Squad leader l,2,3, Medica-Eds secretary 2,3. Crabtree, Nancy-Thespian 3, Squad Leader l,2, Acting and Directing l,2,3. Craycraft, Becky-Attendance office 3, Scenic design scribe 3. Crutllirds, Nelson-Thespian 3, Musical produc- tion 2,3, Hi-Y 2, secretary 3. Cummings, Kathleen-Musical production 2, Theater Guild l,2,3. Cutrer, Gary-Squad leader 3, Car club 3. Daniel, Sandra-Squad leader l, Make-up 2,3. David, Kathy-Homeroom officer 3, Librarian l,2,3, Squad leader 3, Honor letter, Theater Guild l,2,3. Davis, Dana-Homeroom secretary 2, president 3, NHS 3, Musical production 3, Squad leader l,2, Honor letter, Senior Favorite, Valentine Dance sweet- heart, Make-up 3. Davis, Jo Ann - Scenic design l,2,3. Davis, Joe-Friendliest Boy, Homeroom treasurer l, secretary 2, president 3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Delegate to Youth Congress, Miss NHS convention, Tennis l,2,3, Two honor letters, Hi-Y l,2,3. Dawkins, .lo Cille-NHS 2,3, Musical production 3, Pleiades Stall 3, Attendance 3, Two lianar let- ters, Sophomore Orientation leader 2,3, i963 Junior Hist. Society Essay winner, Junior Hist. Society l, vice-president 2, president 3. Dees, Don -Thespian 3, Murrah Singers 3, Musical production 2,3, Attendance office 2, Stagecralt 3, DeFoore, Ann-Band 3, Musical production 3, Superior award in flute trio, Band Club 3. before, Wilson-Band l, Baseball l, Medica-Eds 2,3, Medica-Eds Achievement Award 3. Denny, Bobby-Stage Craft 2,3. Dicken, Carole-Theater Guild 2,3. Dickens, Gary-Hunting and Fishing 3. Dorris, Mary Sue Dorsey, Tommy-Homeroom president 2, vice- president 3, Murrah Singers 2,3, Musical production 2,3, Football l, letter 2,3, Track l, Hi-Y l,2, vice- president 3. Douglas, Denny--Sertoma Club Award 3, Band Award 3. Douglass, Ed-Thespian 2,3, Musical production 2,3, Squad leader 2,3, Voice of Democracy Contest honorable mention, Lighting 3. Edwards, Diane-Squad leader 3, Medica-Eds l,3. Edwards, Larry-Homeroom sect. l, vice-presi- dent 2,3, Thespian l,2,3, Murrah Singers 2,3, Musical productions l,2,3, Publicity scribe 3. Emmons, Vickie-Theater Guild 3. Enloe, Sylvia-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Murrah Singers 3, String orchestra l,2,3, Pleiades 3, Attendance office l, Squad leader l, Two honor letters, Acting and Directing 2,3. Evans, John-Band 2,3, Music club 3. Ewing, Dede-Scenic design 2,3. F Falkenburg, Anita - Homeroom sect.-treasurer 3: Maiorette 2,3, Superior flute trio award 3: Choreog- raphy 2, scribe 3. Farber, Brad-Student Council president, Junior class president, Homeroom president lr MUI'VOh Singers 2,3, Basketball l,2,3, Tratk l,2,3: TWO honor letters, Sophomore Orientation leader 2,3, Mr. Mur- rah High, Mr. Junior Class, Blue Knight, JolliestJunior, Rotarian at the Month, Medico-Eds l, president 2,3: North Jackson Kiwanis Club leadership award 3. Farr, Janet - Musical production 3, Theater Guild 3. 198 Featherston, Sylvia-Librarian l,2,3, Squad leader 2, Scenic design 3. Fontaine, Martha-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Princi- pal's office 3, Props club 2,3. Ford, Carol-Thespian 3, Scenic design 2,3. Ford, Frank-Homeroom secretary 2, Squad lead- er l,2,3, Car club 2, reporter 3. Ford, Lynda- Mu Alpha Theta 3, Squad leader l, Make-up 2,3. Forman, Ronnie-National Merit Finalist, Home- room vice-president 3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Thespian 2,3, Musical production 2, Tennis l,2, Squad leader 2,3, Honor letter, Theater Guild l,2,3. Fortier, Pat-Horneroorn vice-president l, presi- dent 3, Four star Thespian, Hoofbeat art editor 3, Pleiades art staff 2,3, Two honor letters, Most Tal- ented in Art 2,3, First place in Halmark contest and Penny Art Contest, Scenic design l, president 2,3, Art Award 3. Foster, Nancy-Homeroom vice-president 2, sect. 3, Squad leader l,2,3, Honor letter, Sophomore Ori- entation leader 3, Art and Scenic design 3. Fowler, Ginger- Musical production l, Scenic design 3. Fowler, .Iohnny-Track l, Golf l, Squad leader 2, Fly-tie 3. Fowler, Mary-Homeroom reporter l, Beauty 3, Theater Guild l,2,3. Fox, Meredith-Homeroom reporter l, Squad leader l, Junior Historical Society l, president 2, reporter 3. Fraiser, Rita - Musical production 3, Pleiades 3, Theater Guild l,2,3. Frazier, Margaret-Squad leader l, Make-up 3, Fulcher, Robin-Homeroom reporter l, vice- president 2, secretary 3, Thespian 3, Murrah Miss 3, Musical production 3, Squad leader 2, Honor letter, Safety Council 3, Choreography l,2,3. Furr, Hugh G Gardner, Tommy-Musical production 2,3, Squad leader l, Scenic design 2,3. Garrard, Pat-Homeroom reporter 2, Theater Guild 2,3. Garth, Bill-Student Council sect. Homeroom sect. l, reporter 2, president 3, Murrah Singers 3, Football l,2, Track l,3, Senior Favorite 3, Hi-Y 2, treasurer 3. Gavant, Myron-Musical production l,2, Pub- licity 2,3. Gibson, Catherine-Scenic design 3. Godard, Rebecca-Squad leader 3, Musical pro- duction 3, Simplicity Sewing Contest winner 2, Cos- tumes 3. Goodman, Frank-Quill and Scroll 2,3, Hoof- beat reporter 2, managing editor 3, Squad leader l,2,3, Medica-Eds 2,3. Goodwill, Edith-Band l,2,3, Squad leader l,2,3, Honor letter, State Ensemble Contest Winner, Music club l,3. Gordon, Susan-Homeroom reporter 3, Hoof- beat Alumni editor 3, Tennis l,2,3, Squad leader 2, Make-up 3. Grant, Sharon-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Thespian, Musical production 3, Tennis 3, Squad leader 3, Make-up 3. Greco, Connie-Squad leader l, Acting and Di- recting l,3. Greenwell, Susan-Squad leader l, Publicity 3. Greer, Steve-Squad leader 2, Hunting and Fish- ing 2,3, Industrial Arts Award 3. Grelle, Linda -Y-Teens 2,3. Griffin, Marcia-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Honor letter, Acting and Directing l,3, Latin Award 3. Griffin, Pat-Homeroom sect.-treasurer 2, Thes- pian 2,3, Musical Production 2,3, Honor letter, Foot- ball letter l,2,3, Track 2, Props club president 3. Guyton, Johnny-Homeroom vice-president l, president 3, Mu Alpha Theta 2, president 3, NHS 2,3, Pleiades 2, editor 3, Tennis l,2,3, Three honor let- ters, National Merit Scholar, Most Intellectual, Most Talented in Writing 3, Hall of Fame, Math Contest winner 2,3, Jets l, president 2,3. Haas, Barbara-Murrah Singers 2,3, Musical production 3, Theater Guild 2,3. Hull, Hinky-Homeroom president l, vice-presi- dent 2: Quill and Scroll 2,3, Hootbeat managing SCJTTOI' 2: Squad leader l,2,3, Honor letter, Junior Historical Society 3. Hall, Jim Halliday, Carol Ann-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Thespian 3, Murrah Miss 3, Murrah Singers 2,3, Musical production l,2,3, Counselor's office l,2, Squad leader l,3, Two honor letters, Sophomore Orientation leader 2,3, Pilot Girl, Music Masters l, scribe 3. Hamilton, Mike-Track 3, Hunting and Fishing l,2,3. Hampton, Marguerite-Mu Alpha Theta 2, Squad leader 2,3, Theater Guild l,3. Hand, Nancy-Musical production 3, Squad leader l, Junior Historical Society 3. Hargrove, Gale-Squad leader 3, Medica-Eds 2,3. Harper, Mike-Squad leader 2, Chess I. Harrison, Tommy-Squad leader 3, Hi-Y 3. Haynes, Chris-Homeroom reporter 3, Squad leader l, Hunting and Fishing l,3. Heard, Dan-Football 3, Tumbling 2,3. Helgeson, Tim-Five star Thespian, Band l,2,3, Musical production l,2,3, Squad leader l,2, Two honor letters, Superior in band ensemble, Theater Guild 2, sect.-treasurer 3. Hendrick, Becky-Quill and Scroll 2, president 3, Murrah Singers 3, Musical production 3, Resume staff l,2,3, Pleiades 2,3, Librarian l, Squad leader 2,3, Honor letter, Sophomore Orientation leader 2,3, Theater Guild l,2,3. Henson, Sandra-Resume Assistant organiza- tions editor 3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Honor letter, Scenic design l,2,3. Heslop, Bill-Homeroom reporter l, Medico-Eds l,2, reporter 3. Hills, Parker-Safety Council 3, Squad leader 2, Car club 2,3. Hilsman, Gray-Tie-Fly l, vice-president 2, presi- dent 3. Hinds, Walley-Thespian 3, Murrah Singers l,2, Musical production 3, Acting and Directing 2,3. Hobson, Jim-Thespian 3, Musical production 2,3, Baseball l, Football l,2,3, Squad leader 3, Theater Guild 2,3. Hogan, Ames -Football 3, Car club 2,3. Hopkins, Dorothy-Mu Alpha Theta 2, Hoof- beat assistant photographer 2,3, Junior Historical Society 3. Hopkins, Ginna-Mu Alpha Theta l, NHS 2,3, Hoofbeat assistant art editor, Supply store 3, SCOPE delegate, University of Kansas summer art camp scholarship, Scenic design 2, scribe 3, Art Award 3. Horner, Tom-Murrah Singers 2,3, Musical pro- duction 2,3, Football l, letter 2,3, Track l, Safety Council lp Hi-Y 2, sgt. at arms 3. Hotchkiss,Janice- Make-up l,2,3. Houston, Bobby-Homeroom president l, Mu- sical production 3, Baseball l,2,3, Squad leader l,2, 3, Fly-tie vice-president 3. Houston, Phyllis-Theater Guild l,2,3. Howard, Ronnie-Homeroom president I, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Squad leader l,2, Honor letter, Jets l,2,3. Howard, Sue-Resume staff i,2,3, Mu Alpha Theta l,2, treasurer 3, NHS 2,3, Quill and Scroll l,2,3, Thespian 2,3, Sophomore Orientation leader 2,3, DAR Good Citizen, JDN Relays Queen, Musical production l,2, Squad leader l,2,3, Scenic design l, chairman 2,3, D.A.R. Citizenship Award 3. Hubbard, Jane-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Thespian 2,3, Murrah Singers 3, Musical production 2,3, Counselor's office l,2, Squad leader 3, Two honor letters, Publicity l,3. Huff, Rickey-Theater Guild l,2,3. Huffman, Louise-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Librarian l,2,3, Squad leader l, Two honor letters, Debate l,2, sect. 3. Hull, Alley Raye-Choreography l,2,3. Humble, Alpha-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Squad leader 2, Honor letter, National Merit Final- ist 3, Junior Historical Society vice-president 3, Dow Chemical Company Award 3. Humphreys, Wayne-Football 2,3, Hi-Y 3. Ingels, Tommy-Murrah Singers 2,3, Musical production 3, Stage craft l,3, J Jacobs, Mike-Football 3, Tumbling 2,3. Jeffreys, Steve-Homeroom president 2, Bas- ketball l,2,3, Senior Favorite, Hunting and Fishing l, Basketball club 2,3. Jenson, Debora Jobron, Linda-Thespian 2,3, Safety Council 2,3, Musical production 2, Make-up 2, scribe 3. Johnson, Allen-Football l, Lighting l,3. Johnson, Camron -Car club 3. Johnson, Costa-Squad leader l,2, Chore- ography l,3. Johnson, Frank-Band 2,3, Football 3, Honor letter, Car club 2,3. Johnson, Karen-Homeroom reporter 3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Counselor's office 2, Squad leader l,2,3, Honor letter, National Merit Semitinalist, Props 2,3. Johnson, Martha Ryburn-Murrah Singers 3, Hoofbeat reporter 3, Librarian l,2,3, Music Mas- ters 2,3. Jones, Kerry-Theater Guild 2,3. Jones, Sara-Band Award 3. Jortlan, Lurlean-Murrah Singers 2,3, Office worker 3, Make-up 2,3. Jordan, Martha- Mu Alpha- Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Pleiades 2, Two honor letters, Second place in Voice of Democracy Contest 2, Second place in American Legion Oratorical Contest 2, Reading club president 3. Jordan, William-National Merit Semifinalist, First place in Miss. Law Enforcement Essay Contest, Medico-Eds 3. K Kerr, Joan -Theater Guild l,2,3. Kerr, Pat-Homeroom secretary 2, Choreography l,2,3. Kessler, William-Homeroom president 2, Thes- pian 2,3, Murrah Singers 2,3, Musical production l,2, Supply store l,Two honor letters, Theater Guild l,2,3. King, Ray-Sophomore Vice-President, Homeroom president l,3, Thespian 3, Musical production 2,3, Baseball l, Football l,2,3, Honor letter, Most Hand- some, Safety Council vice-president 3: Stagecraft president 3. Kirby, Frank Kirk, Barbara-Librarian 3, Publicity 3. Kuykendall, Maud-Theater Guild l,2,3. Kyle, Fred-Thespian 3, Band l,2,3, Musical pro- duction l, Honor letter, Jets 2, Band Club 3. L LaCoste, .lan-Squad leader l, Safety Council l, 2, Scenic design sect. 2,3. Lang, Davicl -Squad leader l,3, Lighting 2,3, Lawrence, Phil-Car club sect. 3. Lawson, Mary Lentz, Margaret-Mu Alpha Theta l,2,3, Squad leader 3, Props 3. Lenz, Margaret-Theater Guild l,2,3. Lewandowski, Greta - Ma ke-up 2,3. Lipscomb, Marilyn-Theater Guild 2,3. Little, Ann-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 3, Thes- plan 3, Musical production 3, Principal's office 3, Squad leader 2,3, Honor letter, Optimist Girl of the Year, Acting and Directing 3. Lloyd, Robbie-Thespian 3, Homeroom sect. 3, Musical production 2,3, Attendance office l,2,3, Youth Congress campaign manager 3, Second place in State Voice of Democracy Contest, Theater Guild l,2,3. Lockhart, Mary Guy-Counselor's office l, Squad leader l,2,3, Honor letter, Physical Fitness award 2, Y-Teens l, president 2,3. Lotterhos, Bill-Homeroom secretary 3, Stage- craft 3. Lowe, Tish-Homeroom secretary l, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Pleiacles 3, Supply Store 3, Two honor letters, Squad leader l,2,3, Theater Guild 2,3. Lowery, Frances-Make-up 2,3. Lowery, Mack-Homeroom reporter l, sect. 2, vice-president 3, Mu Alpha Theta l,2,3, Squad leader l,2, Hi-Y 2,3. Lowther, Edwin-Homeroom reporter l,2, Base- ball l,2, Squad leader l,2,3, Stage craft 3. Luke, Linda--Homeroom sect. l, reporter 2, pres- ident 3, Safety Council l, Thespian 2,3, Murrah Sing- ers 3, Pleiacles 3, Librarian 3, Squad leader l,2, Two honor letters, Sophomore Orientation leader 2,3, Make-up l,2, scribe 3. Lutken, Melissa-Thespian 2,3, Murrah Singers 3, Musical production l,2,3, Librarian l, Squad leader l,2, Honor letter, Props 2, scribe 3. Lympus, Sheila-Reading club 3. M Macon, Sherry-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Musical production 3, Costumes 3. Malouf, Tommy-Band 2,3, Track 2,3, Hi-Y l,2,3. Manasco, Gene-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Counselor's office 2,3, Publicity 2,3. Mangin, Jeff-Homeroom vice-president 3, NHS 2,3, Murrah Singers 2,3, National Merit Semifinal- ist, Pleiades 3, Tennis l,2,3, Two honor letters, Attendance office l, Acting and directing 2,3. Mangum, David-Hunting and Fishing l,3. Mann, Steve-Hunting and Fishing l,2,3. Manning, Susan-Murrah Miss 2, Squad leader 2, Scenic design 3. Mansell, Bob-Homeroom treasurer I, Squad leader l,2, Car Club 2,3. 199 li M -.f v7 4? ..,,lb nl A 'J "9'Ir Marble, lucy-Librarian l, Honor letter, Theater Guild l,2,3. Martin, Betsy-Resume l,2,3, Pleiades 3, Mu Alpha Theta l,2,3, NHS 2,3, Quill and Scroll 2,3, Thespian 3, Librarian l,2,3, Four honor letters, Sophomore Orientation leader 2,3, Safety Council 2,3, Scenic design l, scribe 2,3, Martin, Jimmy-Homeroom vice-president 3: Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Squad leader 2,3, Honor letter, Safety Council 2, Hi-Y 2,3. Masopuxt, Vicki-Musical production 3, Make- up 3. May, Tricia-Murrah Miss 2,3, Thespian 3, Home- room sect. l,2, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Senior Favorite, Honor letter, Sophomore Orientation leader 2, Safety Council l, Make-up president 3, Mayfield, Carolyn Mays, Eddie-Tie-Fly reporter 2,3. McAllister, Conner-Track manager l, Squad leader l,2,3, Honor letter, Safety Council l,2,3, Color Guard 2, Car club 2, vice-president 3. McAlpin, Dolton-Two honor letters, Northwood Exchange Club Boy of Month 3, Debate l,2, president 3. McCallum, Bob-Mu Alpha Theta l, Supply store l,2,3, Honor letter, Jets l,2, sect.-treasurer 3. McCann, Charles-Band l,2,3, Jets 2,3. McCann, Frank-Musical production 2,3, Thes- pian 3, Baseball l,2, Squad leader l,2,3, Acting and directing 3. McClintock, Susan McDill, Gerald-NHS 3, Basketball club 2,3. McDiIl, Margaret Ann-Mu Alpha Theta 3, Squad leader 3, Medica-Eds 2,3. Mciacllern, Frank-Mu Alpha Theta 2, vice- president 3, NHS 2,3, Basketball l, letter 2,3, Two honor letters, Track 2, Basketball club 2, president 3. McKeithen, Eleanor-Homeroom reporter l, sect. 2, reporter 3, Thespian l,2,3, Murrah Miss 3, Musical production 2,3, Librarian l,2, Choreog- raphy 2, scribe 3. McKinnon, Melinda-Quill and Scroll 3: Hoot- beat 2, associate editor 3, Resume 2, Librarian l,2, Honor letter, Most Talented in Writing 3, Quill and Scroll national first place feature writing award: Teen columnist for "Clarion Ledger", Publicity 2,3. McMurry, Vitrice-Homeroom reporter 3, Mu Alpha Theta 3, Band 2,3, Pleiades 3, Scenic de- sign 2,3, McNair, Clarissa- Hoofbeat assistant feature editor 3, Squad leader 2, Reading club vice-presi- dent 3. McNair, Peggy-Homeroom president 2, vice- president 3, Squad leader 2, Costumes 2,3. 200 Meek, Beverly-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 3, Pleiadei 3, Office worker 2,3, Honor letter, Make- up 3. Melton, Sandra-Homeroom president 2, vice- president 3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Murrah Miss 3, Office worker l, Honor letter, Make-up l,2,3, Messer, Carol-Make-up 2,3. Meyer, Johnny-Counselors office 3, Medico- Eds l,2, vice-president 3. Miller, Kent- Debate 2,3. Mixon, Chester-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Thespian 2,3, I-loofbeat 2,3, Three honor letters, Exchange Boy of the Month, Scenic design 2,3. Montgomery, Bette-Make-up 2,3. Montgomery, Dick-Homeroom reporter 2, Hoofbeat reporter 3, Football 2, Basketball 2,3, Lighting 3. Moore, Carolyn-Make-up l,2,3. Morgan, Beverly-Mu Alpha Theta l,2,3, NHS 2,3, Counselor's office l, Two honor letters, National Merit Finalist, Medico-Eds 2,3. Morgan, Ed -Track 2,3, Hunting and Fishing l,2,3. Morrow, Nancy-Musical production 3, Chore- ography l,2,3. Moskewitz, Terre-Musical production l,2,3, Scenic design 2,3. Mosley, Joanne-Y-Teens l,2, vice-president 3. Nader, Mary Helen-NHS 3, Musical production 3, Principal's office 3, Squad leader 3, Delegate to Youth Congress 3, Betty Crocker Homemaking Award 3, Acting and directing 3. Neely, Ann-Musical production 3, Make-up 2,3, Nelson, Billy-Senior Vice-President, Homeroom president l,2, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Murrah Singers l,2,3, Musical production l,2,3, Thespian 2,3, Football letter l,2,3, Track l,2, letter 3, Three honor letters, Senior Favorite, Best School Booster 3, Rotarian of the Month, Danforth Foundation Award 3, Music Masters 3, Nelson, Don-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Band l,2, captain 3, Jets 3. Nelson, Mary Beth -Musical production 3, Squad leader l, Choreography 2,3. Netterville, Cindy-Homeroom sect. l, Thespian 2,3, Murrah Miss 2,3, Musical production l,2,3, Pleiades 3, Squad leader 2,3, Honor letter, Soph- omore Orientation leader 2,3, Red Cross Art regional winner 3, Choreography secretary 3. Nevels, Bettie-Theater Guild 2. Newell, Peggy-Squad leader 2,3, Theater Guild l,2,3. Newquist, Richard-Homeroom reporter 2, sect.-treasurer 3, Thespian 3, Musical production 3, Squad leader 3, Honor letter, Lighting Chairman 3. Newton, Pat-Homeroom president l, vice-presi- dent 2, Baseball l, letter 2,3, Football l,2, Basket- ball l, Squad leader l,2,3, M Club 3. Nichols, Cheryl-Musical production 3, Make. up 3. Nichols, Donald-Homeroom president 3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3: Resume 3, Tennis l,2,3, Two honor letters, Jets 2,3. Nickles, Jim-Baseball l,2,3, Squad leader l,2,3, Car Club 3. North, Steve-Quill and Scroll 2,3, Thespian 2,3, Resume photographer 3, National Merit Semifinal- ist 3, Medica-Eds 3. Norton, Bill-Homeroom vice-president 2, Mu Alpha Theta 2, parliamentarian 3, NHS 2,3, Thes- pian 2,3, Musical production l,2,3, Resume 2,3, Tennis 3, Three honor letters, Sophomore Orientation leader 2,3, Delegate to Youth Congress 3, Publicity l,2, president 3, French Award 3. O Oden, Candy-Homeroom reporter l,3, Squad leader l,2, Make-up 2, scribe 3. Ogle, .loan-Theater Guild l,2,3. Olson, Lynn-Homeroom vice-president l, re- porter 2,3, Murrah Miss 3, Counselor's office l,2,3, Squad leader l,2, Homecoming Court 3, Honor let- ter, Beauty, Theater Guild l,2,3. 0'NeaI, Kathy-Thespian l,2,3, Musical produc- tion l,2,3, Choreography l,2,3. O'NeaI, Pamela-Librarian 3, Squad Leader 3, Theater Guild 2,3. Outlaw, Malcolm-Basketball l,2, Track l,2,3, Basketball club 3. Overy, Susan-Musical production 2, Make-up 2, scribe 3. Owen, Patty-Homeroom sect. l, reporter 2, Mu- sical production 2, Scenic design 3. P Palmer, Coker-Homeroom president l,2,3, Baseball letter l,2,3, Basketball letter l,2,3, Squad leader l,2, Two honor letters, Sophomore Orienta- tion leader 3, Hi-Y l,2, first vice-president 3. Palmore, Alan-Ski club 3. Parker, Tweed-Band l, Medica-Eds 3. Patterson, Cathy-Theater Guild 2,3, Patterson, Katherine-Reading club 3. Payne, David-Safety Council 3, Football letter 3, Squad leader 3, Hi-Y 3. Pearce, Sandra-Make-up 2,3. Pearson, .lane-Thespian 3, Musical production l,2,3, Costumes 2, chairman 3. Perry, Rob-Homeroom sect. l, Mu Alpha Theta 3, Jets 2,3. Phelps, Judi-Theater Guild 2,3. Pickel, Jackie-Mu Alpha Theta 2, Librarian l,2, 3, Publicity 2,3. Pigott, Danny-Hunting and Fishing l,2. Pinkston, Walter-Car club 3. Pittman, Jamie- Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Honor letter. Pleasant, Steve-Thespian 3, Murrah Singers 3, Band l,2,3, Musical production l,2,3, Office Worker 3, Baseball manager 2, Squad leader l,2, Honor letter, M club 3. Porter, Mike-Jets 2,3. Porter, Warren-Jackson Symphony orchestra, Secretary of Jackson High School Chess Assn. 3, Chess club l,2, sect.-treasurer 3. Portnoy, Fredda- Musical production 2, Theater Guild l,2,3. Posey, Elta-Homeroom vice-president 2, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Pleiades 3, Two honor letters, NCTE Award, Publicity l,2,3, Panhellenic Literary Award 3, Publicity l,2,3. Potts, Don-Safety Council 3, Squad leader 3, Car club 2,3. Priester, Pam -Principal's office 3, Make-up 2,3. Primos, Jimmy-Homeroom reporter l, vice- president 2, Squad leader 3, Safety Council l, Hi-Y l,2,3. Pryor, Melinda-Counselor's office 2,3, Y-Teens I, vice-president 2, Make-up 3. Puckett, Barbara-Musical production 3, Squad leader 2, Costumes 2,3. Pullen, Jerrill-Safety Council 3, Sophomore Orientation leader 2,3, Most Courteous 3, Public- ity 2,3. Purvis, George-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Quill and Scroll 2,3, Hoofbeat chief photographer 2,3, Office assistant l, Two honor letters, National Merit Semifinalist, First place in National Quill and Scroll Photography Contest 3, Photography club l, president 2,3. Q Quarterman, Chuck-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 3, I-loofbeat photographer 3, Honor letter, Pho- tography club 2,3. Radulski, Barry-Baseball 2, Squad leader 3, Jets 2,3. Ragsdale, Dixie-Theater Guild l,2,3. Rahm, Gretchen,-Murrah Singers 2,3, Musical production 2, Attendance office 3, Music Masters 2,3. Ramsey, Butch-Car club 3. Randall, Steve-French club 2. Reddoch, Rocky-Homeroom vice-president 3, Band l, Car club 2, treasurer 3. Reed, Richard -Car club sect. 2, president 3. Reeves, Sandra-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Hoofbeat copy editor 3, Librarian l, Two honor letters, Sophomore Orientation leader 2, Theater Guild l,2,3. Reynolds, Joy-Thespian 3, Counselor's office 2,3, Squad leader sign 3. Rich, Eileen l,2,3, Honor letter, Scenic de- Richards, Cindy-Supply store 2, Costumes 2,3. Richards, Wylie-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Basketball l, Letter 2,3, Squad leader i, Basketball club 2, vice-president 3. Richardson, William -T.A.P. Chairman 3, Home- room president 3, Thespian 2,3, Two honor letters, Senior Favorite, Best Dressed 3, State Hi-Y presi- dent, Delegate to Youth Congress 3, Hi-Y l, sect. 2, president 3, Charles Deak Kilgore Memorial Leader- ship Award 3. Riley, Louise-Band 2,3, Honor letter, Make-up 2,3. Robertson, Stokes-Squad leader i,2, Hunting and Fishing vice-president l, Ski club 3. Robinson, Alden-Mu Alpha Theta l, Band l, Musical production l,2, Honor letter, Band club 2,3. Rockett, N.W.-Musical production l,2,3, Squad leader l,2,3, Scenic design 3. Rodgers, Sherry-Scenic design 2,3. Ross, Sally Fran-Student council reporter, Class reporter 2,3, Homeroom president l,2,3, Murrah Miss 2, Cheerleader 3, Homecoming Court i,2, Honor letter, Most Typical Sophomore, Friendliest, Wittiest Senior, Choreography 3. Rowlee, Betty-Homeroom vice-president 3, Thespian 3, Musical production l,2,3, Honor letter, Senior Favorite, Choreography i,2, president 3. Runnells, Beverly-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 3, Murrah Singers 2,3, Musical production 2, Pleiades 3, Office assistant l,2,3, Squad letter 2, Honor let- ter, Choreography 3. Rusling, Linda-Band l,2,3, Thespian 3, Squad leader 3, Two honor letters, State Solo Band Contest winner 3, Band club vice-president l, scribe 3, Band award 3. Russ, Burdette-Homeroom vice-president 2, Safety Council 3, Baseball manager letter l,2,3, Football manager letter 2,3, Honor letter. S Scott, Elizabeth-Homeroom reporter, Supply store 2, Publicity l,2,3. Scott, Sharon-Safety council 3, Murrah Miss 3, Squad leader 3, Make-up 2,3. Seagle, Jeanne-Most talented in art 3, Pleia- des art editor 3, NHS 2,3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Thespian 3, Hootbeat art staff 3, Squad leader 3, Honor letter, Principal's office i,2, Scenic design i,2, scribe 3, Art award 3. Seale, Linda-Homeroom vice-president i, sect.- treasurer 3, Squad leader 2,3, Make-up 2, scribe 3. Shaddock, Anne-Y-Teens 2,3. Shank, Gail-Homeroom sect. 2, Safety Council 3, Theater Guild l,2,3. Shapard, Jacqueline-Theater Guild l,2,3. Sharp, Kathy- Murrah Singers 3, Musical produc- tion 2, Pleiades staff 3, Theater Guild l,2,3. Shelton, Pam-Homeroom sect. l,2,3, Thespian 3, Librarian i,2, Squad leader l,2,3, Theater Guild l,2,3. Shepherd, Jim Sheppard, Linda-Squad leader 2, Publicity l,2,3. Sherrard, Ray-Chess club l,2. Shirley, Connie-NHS 3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Thespian 3, Sophomore Orientation leader 2,3, Hon- or letter, Homeroom vice-president 3, Musical produc- tion 3, Squad leader l, Theater Guild l,2,3. Shotts, Henry-Homeroom reporter l, Baseball l, Football 2, Lighting 3. Sims, Bill-Homeroom vice-president 2, president 3, Chairman SASC campaign, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Quill and Scroll 2, vice-president 3, Thes- pian 2,3, Resume staff i,2, editor 3, Three honor letters, Sophomore Orientation leader 2,3, Senior Favorite, Wittiest Senior Boy, Hall of Fame, North- wood Exchange Club Boy-of-the-Month 3, Rotarian of the Month 3, Delegate to NSPA convention 2,3, American Legion Award 3, Publicity l,2,3. Sims, Pat-Theater Guild l,2,3. Sims, Peggy-Scenic Design l,2,3. Sissell, Buzz-Homeroom sect. i,2, reporter 3, Thespian 2,3, Murrah Miss 2, first Lt. 3, Squad leader l,2,3, Two honor letters, Senior Favorite, Make-up chairman 3. Sistrunk, Emily Skelton, Billy-Homeroom vice-president 2, re- porter 3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Murrah Singers 3, Baseball l, Basketball l,2,3, Track 2, Squad -leader i,2, Two honor letters, North Jackson Exchange Club Boy-of-the-Month 3, Stagecraft 3. Slaughter, Stanley-Theater Guild 3. Small, Kathy-Musical production 3, Scenic de- sign 3. Small, Randy-Homeroom vice-president 2, presi- dent 3, Football l,2,3, Car Club 2,3. Smart. Dana-Musical production 3, Costumes 3. Smira, Bobby-Band l,2,3, Baseball l,2, Basket- ball i,2,3, 'M' Club 3 Smith, Allan-Car club l,2,3. Smith, Anne-National Merit Semi-Finalist, DAR American History Award 2, NHS 2,3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Pleiades 3, Two honor letters, Supply store 3, Theater Guild 3. Smith, Bennett-Musical production 2, Medico- Eds l,2,3. Smith, Dorothy-Murrah Miss 3, Thespian 3, Musical production 2,3, Squad leader 3, Chore- ography 2,3. Smith, Doyle-National Merit Commended Schol- ar, Football l, Lighting 2,3. Sneed, Tommy-Homeroom vice-president l, Mu- sical production 3, Safety Council l,2,3, Lighting 3. Somers, Ted-Hi-Y 3. Spaulding, Steve-Baseball l, letter 2,3, Home- room president l, sect, 2, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 3, Honor letter, 'M' club 3. Speake, Phil -Homeroom vice-president 3, Squad leader 3, Lighting 3. fi S ' ' -,' 31-',5,jC'.,ff ff Speetiens, Frank--Jets l,2,3. Stage, Dianne-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Band l, Librarian l, Honor letter, Beta club l,2,3, Y-Teen 2,3, Stark, Carey- Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 3, Thes- pian 2,3, Murrah Singers 2,3, Musical production i,2, Acting and Directing 2,3. Statham, Mike-Golf 2,3, Golf club 2,3. Stevens, Janet- Homeroom sect. l, Squad leader l, Make-up 3. Stockett, Sam-Hunting and Fishing 3. Stone, Jenny-Homeroom sect. 3, Murrah Miss 3, Murrah Singers 2,3, Musical production 2, Chore- ography 2,3. Stone, Susan-Class reporter I, Homeroom vice- president 2, sect. 3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2, sect. 3, Thespian 2,3, Murrah Singers 3, Hoofbeat 2,3, Cheerleader l,2,3, Homecoming Court 3, Two honor letters, Sophomore Orientation leader 2,3, Miss Sophomore Class, Miss Senior Class, Jolliest Junior, Best School Booster 3, Hall of Fame, DAR Good Citi- zenship Girl 3, American Legion Award 3: Make- up 3. Stortz, Lois-Theater Guild 2,3. Strange, Donald-Track 2,3, Golf l,2,3, Squad leader 2,3, Golf club l, vice-president 2,3. Strickland, Sheryl-Make-up 2,3. Stringer, Connie-Homeroom reporter l, sect. 3, Squad leader 3, Honor letter, Music Masters re- porter l, president 2, Publicity 3. Seuss, Rae Anne-NHS 2,3, Pleiades 3, Props 2,3. Sullivan, Millie-Musical production l,2,3, Thes- pian 2,3, Squad leader 2,3, Dramatic Workshop Scholarship to Ole Miss 3, Choreography l,2,3, Summer, Carl-Homeroom vice-president l, Baseball l, Squad leader l,2,3, Theater Guild 2,3. Sumrall, .lack-Baseball l, Track 2,3, Squad leader l,2,3, Hi-Y l,2,3. Swann, Jim-Band l,2,3, Golf l,2,3, Superior Medal in Band Contest 3, Golf club l,2,3. Sylar, Carol Ann-Thespian 3, Biology Lab Asst. 3, Squad leader 3, Scenic design 3. T Tate, Bill-Baseball l, Car Club 3. Taylor, Mary Margaret-Homeroom reporter l,2, president 3, Thespian 3, Murrah Miss 2,3, Of- fice vvorker 3, Squad leader 2, Honor letter, Safety Council 2, president 3, Choreography l,2,3. Thames, Bill-Baseball l,2,3, Squad leader l, Hunting and Fishing 3. Thames, Judy-Homeroom sect.-treasurer l, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, National Merit Semifinalist, Scenic design 3. Therrell, Steve-Homeroom vice-president i, Band l, Track 2,3, Golf 3, Squad leader i,2, Golf club 2,3. Thomas, Dixie-Homeroom vice-president 3, Mur- rah Miss 3, Squad leader 2,3, Honor letter, Theater Guild 2,3. Thomas, Dolores-Safety council 3, Thespian 2, president 3, Murrah Singers 2,3, Honor Letter 3, Senior Favorite, Acting and Directing 3. Thompson, Judy-Choreography 2,3. i .M ,.- TF: Y' 1,53 'ff M' 3, m l rj . ,, 0 -m ,i f A . . iw Q, , , Q . . , , . ,, J ,fr y4 -, '. .. I' My 3 ' 2 . 3 , X ' , F ff, ' . ' """J' W' , .1 , r' Y fl Q f 1 93 ,- 2 fr, . , 4, Q M If 1 f . 324.213, - - I - , 'fl It rv l,- fr gl' A W r-4 "' 'fit ' 31 .VW ' ' if .f . ' i -'xt' vit. - is ,f . W- - 'f . , l ... , fig' 3 .- t A 1, , ,,, I ' I 1- I K Q , h, er , M 'JL ,, 'wifi . , H i... , ,gr ,af 75 .M - Q, 4. ,.-, 1 rea' 4.3 r J i, V 5 W x u . 1 ay, , 4... ,' , 1' , 3.3 , 'ff 'F ' S T w tf t it ' 'i ' 7T't' V -r r" N 2' i l . 4'-f-gf .m fg A 'f 77" 14 1' V lg 'l""- J L, " ' K ,A i , ' I , f if I A 7 EZ" if if? 1 - A ' U ,. . 6 'fi I V ,.f .2 ' 29: 4 . w 'I 2, I h y V Lg I .4 ,V .I my AV,Vf rin., .. ' 1 .I . . .. r ' -5 'if rf-rf 2 Y is 'L shit, re Q it Isp, l I ,G 'Vie If K I . Z 8 -sv y - ., Y.. J " A , f Q 201 .nr ,M 0. 'M Thompson, Pat-Cheerleader 3, Senior Favorite, Homeroom sect. I, vice-pres. 2,3, Vice-pres. at Red Cross Council 3, Quill and Scroll 2,3, Hoofbeat stall 2,3, Two honor letters, Tennis l,2, Make-up I,2,3. Thornhill, David-National Merit Semifinalist, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Pleiades assistant business mgr. 3, Honor letter, Jets 2, vice-president 3. Thorsen, Jimmy-Homeroom reporter 3, Squad leader 2,3, Golf Club 3. Tomlin, Peggy-Homeroom reporter l, sect. 2,3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Hootbeat assistant business mgr., 3, Office worker I,3, Tennis I,2,3, Squad leader 3, Two honor letters, Make-up 2,3. Tomlin, Ronnie-Homeroom vice-president I,2, president 3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2, vice presi- dent 3, Murrah Singers 2,3, Basketball I, letter 2,3, Track letter I,2,3, Three honor letters, Northwood Exchange Club Boy-of-the-Month 3, Basketball club sect. 3. Trim, Judy-Counselor's office I, Librarian 3, Squad leader I,2,3, Musical production 3, Acting and directing l,2,3. Trussell, Charlsie-Homeroom vice-pres. I, Murrah Miss 3, Choreography l,2,3. Tucker, Henry-Homeroom reporter 2, Tennis I,2, Squad leader I,2, Youth Congress 3, Jets I,2,3. Tumasz, Mary-Librarian I,2,3, Squad leader I,2, Medica-Eds I,2,3. Turman, Tripp-Homeroom treasurer 2, Base- ball letter 2,3, Squad leader I,2,3, M club 3. Turner, Becky Turner, Bettye--Theater Guild 2,3. Turner, Scott-Band I,2,3, Baseball l, Squad leader I,2,3, Car club sect. 3. Twente, Pat-Homeroom reporter I, sect.-treas- urer 2,3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Murrah Miss 2,3, Hoofbeat 3, Attendance office I, Squad leader 3, Honor letter, Publicity I,2, chairman 3. U Upchurch, Mary V Vest, Jimmy-Homeroom reporter I, Football let- ter I,2,3, Track letter I,2,3, Two honor letters, 'M' club I,2, vice-president 3. Vestal, Nelson W Wailes, Ellen-Thespian 3, Musical production 3, Counselor's office I, Squad leader 3, Theater Guild 2,3. 202 Waldron, David-Hunting and Fishing I,2,3, Walker, Cindy-Theater Guild 2,3. Walker, Mary Anne Wall, Melanie-Band I,2,3, Walsh, Cecile-Murrah Miss 2,3, Homeroom vice-pres. I, Thespian 2,3, Musical production 2,3, Attendance office 3, Squad leader 2, Sophomore Orientation leader 2, Sect. of T.A.P. drive, Chor- eography I, scribe 2,3. Ware, Marilyn-Murrah Singers 2,3, Counselor's office l,2, Music Masters I,3. Warren, Ray-Murrah Singers 3, Musical produc- tion 2, Supply store I,2, Squad leader I,2, Honor letter, Orchestra 2,3, Music Masters I,2,3, Orchestra Award 3. Warren, Terrie-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Princi- pal's office 2,3, Squad leader I,3, Sophomore Orientation leader 2, Medica-Eds 3. Washburn, Linda-Safety Council 2, reporter 3, Thespian 3, Musical production 2,3, Squad leader 2, Choreography 2,3. Watras, Laurin-Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Musical production I, Attendance office 2,3, Squad leader I, Two honor letters, Choreography 2,3. Watson, Bill-Morning Watch Chairman 3, Pho- tography 2,3. Weaver, Jake Webber, Robbie-Squad leader 2,3, Car club 3. Wellborn, Jim-Hunting and Fishing I,2,3. Wells, Melissa-Theater Guild I,2,3. Welty, Mary Alice-Murrah Miss 2, second Lt. 3, Beauty, Sophomore Orientation leader 2,3, Home- room pres. I,3, Honor letter, Thespian 2,3, Musical production I,2,3, Librarian I,2, Squad leader I,2,3, Choreography I,2, chairman 3. Wendelsdorf, Scott-Band I,2,3, Musical pro- duction 3, First place in Dist. IV Science Fair 3, Jets I,2, vice-president 3. Westhafer, Judy-Publicity 2,3. Whatley, Lana-Homeroom vice-pres. 2, Safety Council I, Librarian I, Honor letter, Scenic design 2,3. White, Larry-Homeroom pres. I, sect. 2, vice- pres. 3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Resume sen- ior class editor 3, Pleiades Business Mgr. 3, Base- ball I, letter 2,3, Three honor letters, Sophomore Orientation leader 3, National Merit Semifinalist, 'M' club 3. Whitfield, Ben-Homeroom reporter 2, Basket- ball .I, letter 2,3, Red Cross Council vice-pres. I, pres. 2,3, Basketball club 3. Wilburn, Steve-Band l,2, Musical production 2, Supply Store 3, Stagecraft 3. Wilkinson, Patsy--Safety council 2, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Murrah Singers 3, Librarian 2, Squad leader I,2, Honor letter, Sophomore Orien- tation leader 2, Publicity l,2.3. W9 3 Q.-,N 7 41' Williams, Brenda-Homeroom vice-pres. 2, Murrah Singers 3, Supply store l, Ski club 3. Williams, Butch-Baseball 2, Football 2, Golf 3, Squad leader 2,3, Golf club I,2, treasurer 3. Williams, Chip-Musical production 2, Squad leader 3, Medica-Eds 3. Williams, Kay-Homeroom reporter 2, Squad leader 3, Scenic design 3. Williams, Morris Williams, Perry-Squad leader 2,3, Car club 2, treasurer 3. Williams, Sherry Wilson, Dana-Hoofbeat Feature Editor 2,3, Thespian 3, Quill and Scroll 2,3, Honor letter, Mu- sical production 3, Choreography 3. Wilson, Paul-Homeroom reporter 3, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2, president 3, Resume sports edi- tor 3, Football mgr. 2,3, Basketball mgr. I,2,3, Track mgr. I,2,3, Three honor letters, National Merit Semifinalist, State NHS president 3, 'M' club 2,3, National Honor Society Award 3. Wiltshire, Lee-Squad leader I, Musical pro- duction 3, Costumes l,2,3. Winclels, Jane-Homeroom sect. I, Mu Alpha Theta I,2,3, NHS 2,3, Librarian 2, Office worker 3, Squad leader I,2,3, Two honor letters, Sophomore Girls' Ensemble I, Scenic design 3. Windsor, Sue-Hoofbeat reporter 3, Home- room reporter l,3, Musical production 2, Librarian I,2, Squad leader I,2,3, Honor letter, Publicity I,3. Withers, Bill-Homeroom sect. I, Supply store I, Squad leader I,3, Honor letter, Publicity 2,3. Witty, Bing-National Merit Semitinalist, Soph- omore Orientation leader 3, Two honor letters, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, NHS 2,3, Hoofbeat reporter 3, Baseball I, Basketball I, Track 2, Medica-Eds 3. WohIgemuth,Jimmy-Jets I,2,3. Woods, James-National Merit Finalist, Junior Historical Society 2,3. Woodward, Susan-Supply store 3, Make-up 3. Wooldridge, Betty-Thespian I,2,3, Musical I,2,3, Librarian l,2, Honor letter, Acting and Di- recting I,2,3. Wooten, Jesse-Golf club I,2,3. Wright, George-Safety Council 3, Ski club 3. Y Young, Scott-Murrah Singers 2,3, Musical pro- duction 3, Beauty, Most Dignified 3, Most Talented in Dramatics 3, Music Masters 2,3. Z Zeagler, Sherry-Make-up 3. A Adams, Eddie L31, ..,.,. . Adams, Jerry L31 ..,.,. Adams, John L21 ....... Adams, John C. L31 ..... Adcoclc Linda L11...,. Ades,Joe L11 ...... Adsit, Deborah L31,..... Adsit, Walter L21. ..,.. .. .....40,104,150 Abshier, Peggy L31 ........ .24,125,136,150 .........103,150 .......172 ....150 ..,..,...103 ......103,186 .......150 ....172 Aeschliman, Joyce L21 .... ..,. 1 72 Aeschlimon, Keith L11 ..... Agent, Joan L31 .......... Airhart, Terry L11 Aldridge, Louis L11 ...... ,...1B6 ....150 ......125,186 Aidy, Billie Jean L21 ....,. ....... 1 72 Alexander, Fidelia L11 ....... Alexander, Gordon L21 ..... Alexander, Jim L21 ...... ....186 .,,..172 ..,......172 Alexander, Julian L11 ..... . ..... 136,186 Alford, Emmett L31 ...,.. , ..... 116,150 Barnett, Glenda L21 ...... ,...103, Barnett, Martha L21 ..,... ....,. Barron, Bartley, Gerald L11 .....,. Ruin L21 .......... 125,136,186, Bartling, Buddy L31 ....., Barton, Cay L31 ..... 48,54,96,104,147, Barton, Barton, Ernelie L21 .,...... Larry L11 ....... Boss, Ca rey L11 ..... Bass, Johanna L21 ..... Bates, Richard L31 ...., Batson, Ben L31 ...... Bane, John L11 ...... Bane, Sarah L31 .,.... Baucom, Edward L21 ..... Beach, Bobs L21 ,...... Beach, Susan L21 ...... Beach, Tom L21 Beard, David L11 ...... Beard, Bec kho Bedgood, Pam L11.. Kathy L31 ......... m, Shirley L21 Beemon, Jean L11 ..... Alford, Emmett L31 .,,... ...... 1 16,150 Allard, Grit L31 ..., ,.,,....... 1 03,150 Alford, Randy L11 ........,.,,,..... 103,186 Alfred, Justin L31 ......... 104,125,l28,13O 136,150 Allen, Bill 131 .......... ....,, 1 03,150 Allen, Caroline L31 ...... ......... 1 50 Allen, Linda L11. .... ,. Allen, Merle L31 ....., ....,....1B6 ........ 105,150 Allen, Mike 421 .......,.................. 172 Allen, Richard L31 ........ 103,140,142,150 Allen, Rick L31 ...... Allen, Vinnie L21 .....,... ....... 1 72 Althaus, Averyell L31 .,.... ...... 9 9,150 Ammann, Steven L31... ...,.. ........ 5 7,151 Anderson, Bob L31 ...,...... 25,54. Anderson, Tom Jett L31 ............ 125,126,127,128, Anderson, Van L21 ................. Andrews, Donna L11 ...,.. Appleton, Susan L31 ....,.. 147,151 104,112 129,151 .....172 ..,..186 .....151 Argo, Fred L11 ........... ......... 1 86 Arnold, Charles L21 ..... ....... 1 03,172 Arthur, Pam L31 ..... ...,-,. 1 51 Ashby, Bill L11, ..,.... ..... 1 86 Ashley, Charles L11 ..... ....... 1 36 Ashley, Sonny L11 .....,... .... 1 03,186 Atherton, Charlotte L31 ..,,............. 151 Atkinson, Margaret L31 ...... 29,49,57,151 Ami, Becky L21 ..,...,..... ...... 1 04,172 Bell, Kathy L21 ..... Bell. Kitty 431 ...,.,..... Benneli, Allen L31 ....... . Bennett, Mary Lou L21 Berg, Randy L21, .,...... . ,.......186, .....125,136, .....103,140, ...,.105, .......41, Berg mark, Martha L21 ...... , ...... 96, Bessonette, Randy L11 .... Bethay, Betty Jo L31 ..,... Bible, Al L11 ....,.... ., ., ........ 140, Biggs, Lynn L31 ............ 46,1o4,1o5, Bishop, Burns L31 ...... Bivins, Elbert L31 ..... Black, Bo L11 ...... Blaclc Holly L31 ..... Blaclc Thelma L11 ...... Blackwell, Karen L31 .,... Blackwell, Reggie L11 .... Blaine, Ronnie L21 ........ Blake, Judy L21 ......... Blake, Ned L31 ...,...,.,. Blakeslee, Marilyn L11,., Blanks, Patty L21 ......,. Blanton, Darrel L11. ...... Blanton, Lee L11 ...... ., Blanton, Lorelei L21 ...... Blohm, Dorothy L11 ..... Bloodworth, Sandra L11. Blythe, Don L21 .....,.,... Boggan, Mary Ann L11.. Boggan, Pat L31 ........ Augustus, Gaines L21 ...... Babb, Caroline L31 ...... Babb, Nancy L21 ..... Babbitt, Julie L31 ..... Bailey, Pam L31 ..... Baker, Jan L11 ...... Baldwin, Billy L31 Baldwin. Lynn L31 .... Ball, Ann L31 ....... Bones, J, W. L31 ...... Barber, Wayne L31 ..... .....172 .....151 .....172 .....l51 .....l51 .....186 ......105,147,151 . ............. 151 , .... .134,151 Bardwell, Bobby L11 ...... ....,....... 1 86 Barksdale, Bryan L31 ............ 41,74,100 l2.5,144,145,151,l56 Barnes, Sue L21 .......,.. , ............... Barnett, Frank L31 , 172 .....151 Bondie Banner Boone, Carol L31 ...... ., Tucker L31 ...... Allen 11 ..... Booth, Sylvia L21 ....... Bolen, Randy L31 .... L I Borthw'ck, Diane L31 .... . Boutwell, Candy L31 Bowd o ,Teri L11 ,...... I'1 Bowen, Anne L11 .... Bowen, Bowen, Bev L21 ......,......... Bo L21 ............ Bowers, Terry L21 ....,. Bowers, Bowie, Tommy L31 ...... Ed 111 ........ Bowling, David L21,. Bowling, Noncy L21. Boyd, Mack L11 ..,. .. Bradford, Lanny L21 .....121,125, ..... 125, .. ....... 65, , .,.. 105,146, 104,10B,11B, .....105, 104,152 125,127,128 131,134,136, ....,125, . .... 140, eneral Index 172 172 186 172 196 151 172 189 186 172 151 151 186 151 172 172 172 186 151 1136 186 172 151 151 172 173 173 186 151 136 161 161 151 186 151 103 151 186 173 173 151 186 173 186 186 173 156 186 173 186 152 152 152 152 186 173 1,52 152 186 186 172 129 173 173 152 186 173 173 186 173 : Sophomore :Junior :Senior Bnddiey, iiisn L31 .........,. 58,99,146,152 Bradshaw, Susan L31. Brody, Dan L31 ..,..,. Brady, Suzan L11 .,.,. Brame, Betty Jean L31 .... Branch, Jay L11 .....,. Brasher, Judy L21 ..... Breland, Sandra L21. Bridges, Jeanne L21.. Brister, Borden Brister, Tommy L11 Brister, James L11 Brock, Dorothea L11. Brock, Roger L21 ..... Brooks, Barbara L31 ...... Broo ks, Beverly L31 ..,.. Brooks, Ronnie L21. ,.... Brown, Ben L31 ........ Brown, Danielle L11 ..... Brown, Don L21 ........ Brown, Karryn L31 ..... Brown, Paula L31 ...... Brown, Penny L21 ........ Brown, Richard C. L21 Brown, Richard H. L21 ....152 .,..186 ....152 .,..136 ....173 ....173 ....173 ....152 ....186 .......173 .........152 .,,,,.101 ,152 ......173 , ..... 152 ......187 ...,l73 ......152 ......152 ......173 .,.........173 Brown, Sharon L21 ..,.,. Brumfield, Marilyn L 11 Brown, Richard E. L11 ........,.,,....... 187 ...104,136,l73 ...........173 Bruno, Carolyn L31 ....,.., Brunson, Celia L21 ..... Brunsan, Cindy L21 ....., Bryan, Grady L11 ..... Bryon, Sheila L11 ,,.... Bryant, Jo L21 ...,.... Bryant, Marie L21 ..... Bryant, Olen L11 ..... Buchanan, Martha L 11 ..... Buchanan, Steve L21.. Buck, David L11... .,.. . Buck. Judi L31 .......... Buckingham, Jill L31 ...... Bueno, Maneul L21 ..,.... Butord, Nan L11 ......, Buie, Priscilla Bullard, Sandy L11 ..,.... Bullard, Tim L31 ............ Bullen, Rebacca Ann L 31... Bullock, Bob L31 ........., Bullock John L31. ..... .25,26,27,4 4,58 104,150,152 .. ,.... .... 1 73 ......105,173 .,.......187 ......187 .........173 ,.....11O,173 ......187 30,31,104,173 ....27,134,187 .........,.152 .....,117,152 .,...,136,173 ........187 ......105,173 ...,..187 ......153 ,. . ....... 153 ........121,153 . ..... 109, 1 25, Buoch, Travis L11 ......... Burch, Mary Jane L31 ...... Burke, Barbara L21, ...... Burke, Mary Ruth L21 ...... Burkett, Linda L11 ......... Burkett, Ronnie L31 .... Burnham, David L21 ...,.. Burnstein, Alan L11 Burrow, Patricia L11,.. Burt, Jim L31 ......... Burton, Jan L31 .,.... Burwell, Anne L31 ....., Burwell, Cathy L11 ..... Burwell, John L11 ...... Burwell, Judy L21 ...... Burwell, June L21 ..... Bush, Becky L21 ...... Bush, Patricia L21 ...... Buster, Johnny L31 ..... Butler, Camille L21 Butler, Charmaine L21 ..... , Butts, David L11 .....,.. .....146, .......66, .......97, 153 187 153 173 173 187 153 173 187 153 153 153 187 187 173 173 173 173 153 173 173 187 Butts, Hal L21 .....,..... Byars, Georgia L31 ,.,., , Byars, Vicki L11 ...... Bynum, Hal L31 ,.,... Byrd, Bob L21 ......... Byrd, Wallace L21 ...... Byrd, Walter L11 ..,. C Cabell, Tommy L31 ..... Cain, Eddie L31 ....... cdin, Lucy 121 ...... Cain, Mary L11 ....... Caldwell, John L21 ..... Coldwell, Nancy L11 ..... Caldwell, Pat L21 ....... Callaway, Becky L21 ..... Calloway, Carol L11 ..... Callender, Cindy L21 .,... Cameron, David L31 ..... Camp, Clitf L21 ..,...... Carnp, Karen L11 .,..... Campbell, Bruce L11 ..... Camper, Donna L11 ,..,., Cannada, Ric L21 .,...... 10 Canterbury, Dane L11 .... Cantrell, Hugh L21 ....... Capriotti, Jim L21 ......... , .... 103, ..104,118, .....121, , ..... 65, 4,110,174, Carmichael, Malcolm L21 ..... Carney, Neal L21 ......... Carpenter, Bill L21 ........ Carpernter, Larry L21 .... Carr, Colleen L31 ......,.. cdii, Jim L31 ......... 4a,127,12B,136, Carrier, Bobby L31 ..... Carson, Phil L31, ..... Carter, Becky L11 ....... Carter, Jon L21 ...... Carter, Keith L21 ......,.,, Cartledge, Richard L21 ...,. Case, Karen L21... Casey, Linda L11 ....... Casner, Carroll L31 ......., 140, .....109, 173 153 187 153 173 173 187 153 153 174 187 174 187 174 174 187 174 153 174 187 187 187 178 187 174 174 174 174 174 174 153 137 141 153 153 187 174 187 174 174 187 153 Casper, Bill L31 ....,..... 25,56,65,104,153 Cotes, Nancy L31 ........... Caughman, Walton L31 .... Covert, Clint L21 ............ Chambers, Leah L11 ...... Chandler, Kathy L31 ....., Chapman, Linda L21 ..... Chennault, Debbie L11..... Childs, Sue L21 ........... Chill, Marlane L31 ......,. Christmas, Sherry L11 ..,... .......97, Chunn, Cliff L31, ...,.. 39,45,65,6o,93, 126,127,128,129,131,134,136,15O, Chustz, Sally L11 .,.,....... Chustz, Steve L21 ..,,..,.... Cissna, Mary Louise L21... Clawson, Darrelyn L31 ...., Clawson, Garry L11 ,..... Clay, Wanda L31 ....,. Clayton, Billy 121 ,...... Clayton, Pamela L11 ..... Clayton, Richard L31 ..... Cleland, Jane L21 ......... Cleveland, Johnny L11 ..... Cleveland, Cindy L11 ....... Cline, Nancy L31 ...... , .,.. 103, 153 153 174 187 153 174 187 174 153 187 125 153 187 174 174 153 187 154 174 187 154 174 187 187 154 Clingdn, AI L21 Clingan, Betty L11 Clingah, Jo L11 Clinton, Lee L11 ............ Cocharane, Patricia L11 Cohen, Edward L21 .... cohen, Marilyn L21 .... Coker, Gary L11 ...,. Coker, Mike L21 ......,..,.. .....187 .....187 ,.,..174 ....,,,174 , ....... ,..103,187 24,27,104,125 136,174 -261461, Tim L31 ....... .3a,4o,4s,s4,ss, 104 125,126,127,128,129,130,131,15O,154 cole, Bill L31 .............,,.......,. 103,154 Cole, Charles L31,,... Cote, M6i14t11 ..... Cole, Robbie L31 Coleman, Coley L21 ....... .......154 ,.,..187 ..,,,.,,....174 Collette, Suzanne L11 .........,,...,.,.. 188 Collins, Foster L21 ,.......... ..103,118,174 Collins, Marcia L11 ..... Colrner, Bill L21 ........, . Colquitt, Robert L11 Cone, Jirn L31 Cone, Susan L21 Conly, Judy L21 ....... Conn, Joan L21 ......... Connelly, Michael L21 ..... .........,,,188 .,..114,174 .....,,188 .....174 .......174 ....114,174 Conner, Mary Ann L21 ...... .......... 1 74 Connors, 8uddy L11 ....... ,... 1 34,188 Cook, Bart L11 ........ ,,..... 1 88 cddk, Buddy L21, .... ..., 1 04,174 Cook, Gregg L21 ..... ,...... 1 74 Cook, Peggy L21 ..... ,,,, 1 05,174 Cooley, Kirn L31 ....,. ..... 1 54 Cooper, Betty L31 ...... ..,.. 1 54 Cooper, Doug L11 ...... ...., 1 88 Cooper, Jerry L31 ,.................. ,.,. 1 54 Cooper, Joe L31 .......... 27,39,51,54,154 Copeland, George L21 .,....,,.,........ 174 Coppinger, Martha L11 ...., .,,.,.. 1 88 Corban, Quint L21,,, Cordell, James L21 ..... Cornell, Lee L11 Cornell, Lynn L31 .,... Corns, Jerry L31 ,..... Corns, Karen L21 ..... Catten, Linda L21 ...... Cotten, Margaret L11.. Cotting, Mac L21 ..,,, Conle, Paula L11 ...... Cournoyer, Mike L11.. Cournoyer, Ronnie L11 Courson, Jimmie L21,. Covington, Lee L21 Cowan, Lynn L21 ..... Cowles, David L11 .,... Cowles, Donna L31 .... Cox, Anne L11 .....,. Cox, Glenn L31 .,.,.,., Crabtree, Nancy L31.. .....146,l74 ......,.,.174 ,,,,107,111,154 ,.,,,,...,154 .....174 .....174 ,....188 ,.,,.174 .,,..188 .,...188 , ..... ..... 1 88 ,....175 .,..,175 ........1B8 ....,107,154 ,.,...,.188 .,,,,,154 ..,..,..154 adn, cdnnie 111 ........... ....... 2 7,188 Crawford, Billie Lynn L11 ..... ,... , .188 Crawford, Grady L11, Craycraft, Becky L31., Crell, Jimmy L21 ....... Crenshaw, Gary L11., Crews, Peggy L21 ...... Crisler, Dick L31 ....,188 ......154 ,.....175 ...,..188 .....,l75 Croswell, Bobby L11 ,..... .,27,53,l15,134 Crow, Jargene L11 .... Cruthirds, Nelson L31. 140,187,188 .,,........18B .,..,,154 203 Eiserloh, Sue Q11 .... Culpepper, Deborah Q11 Cummings, Kathleen Q31... Cummins, William Q11., Currie, John Q21 ......,., Curtis, Lynne Dale Q21., Cutrer, Gary Q31 ..,.... Dale, Cindy Q31.,..., Daniel, Dianne Q21 .... Daniel, Pam Q11 ..... Daniel, Paula Q21 ,,.... Daniel, Sandra Q31 ...... David, Kathy Q31 ...... Davis, Cathy Q11 ....... Davis, Charles Q11 Davis, Dona Q31 ..... Davis, Jo Ann Q31 ..... Davis, Joe Q31 ........ ,., Davis, Marilyn Q21 ..... Davis, Norma Q11 ..... Davis, Pam Q21 ,...... Davis, Peggy Q21 ...... Davis, Sara Q21 ,,,,.. Davis, Susan l11 ,..., Davis, Vina Q11 ...... Dawkins, Jo Q31 ........ Dawson, Cindy Q11 Day, David Q21 ........ Day, Sherry Q11.., ., Dean, David Q21 ...,, ., Deaton, Penny Q21 ....... Decker, John Q 11 ......... Dees, Don Q31 ..... Dees, Laura Q11 ,....... DeFoore, Ann Q31 ...,. DeFoore, Lynn Q21 Delore, Wilson, Jr, Q31... Denman, Jan Q21 ...,..,.. Denny, Bobby Q31 ..... Denton, Beth Q21 ...... , Danton, Viviun Q11 ..... .....l88 ....,154 .. ..,,,.., 188 ..,..103 ,175 ..,.,175 .....15A ..,..154 .....175 .,...188 .....175 .....154 .,....154 ,.........188 .,...,51,154,l55 .,.,29,A9,67,154 , .......,.,., 175 ,..,,.188 ......l75 .,.,,175 .,.,,175 .,,...188 ......188 ....,154 ,,....175 . .,... ,,., 1 25,175 104,125,l27,12B 131,136,l75,l81 ........,.l45,l88 .....104,155 Dlcken, Carole Q31 ....... Dickens, Gary Q31 ..... Dickson, John Q11 ....,. Donahue, Sandy Q21 . ..... 188 ..,..,103 ....,.155 ..,...l75 ......155 ,,....175 .....,18B .,....l55 ......155 ......1B8 .,...,175 Donley, Jami Q21 ,.,.... .....175 Doolittle, Tommy Q21 ..... ..... 1 75 Dorris, Sue Q31 .....................,.,,. 155 Dorsey, Tommy Q31 10 4,125. 128,130,155 Dartch, Mark Q21 ,................., 112,175 Douglas, Denny Q31, ........ 26,55,102,104 Douglass, Ed Q31 ....... Downing, Dave Q21 Downing, Van Q21 Dragna, Gary Q21...... Drew, Donna Q11 ....... Druery, Cherio Q11 Duckworth, Lola Q11 ...... Duke, Dennis Q21 ....... Duke, Greg Q11 Dukes, Mike Q21,.... Dunn, Charles Q21 .,.. Dunn, Larry Q11 ...... Dunn, Penny Q31 ..... Dunn, Sandra Q11 ...... Dupree, Tom Q11 .... Uutruch, Andre Q11 Eatherly, Melissa Q11 ...., Ecton, Sandra Q11 Eddleman, Bill Q21 ........ , .,.. 175 .....188 .....188 .....175 .....125,175 .....175 .,..,188 .,,,.155 ,,...188 ...,.18B ..,..1BB .......175 Eddlemon, Johnny Q11 ...... .... 1 47,188 Edds, Steve Q11 ,.,.,.,.,,, ............ 1 BB Edwards, Barbara Q21 ......... 70,103,175 Edwards, Bobby Q11 ...... .,.,....,.,. 1 BB Edwards, Diane Q31 ........... ...... .... 1 5 5 Edwards, Donna Q21 ..,....... 105,119,175 Edwards, Larry Q31 ,.,, . Edwards, Raynor Q21 ..,.. Edwards, Sherry Q11 ...... Egbert, Billy Q21 ..,.,... Egbert, John Q21 ...... Einhcius, Lee Q21 .,,,,. Elliot, Linda Q11 Ellis, John Q11 .,..,,... Ellzey, Frankie Q21 ...... Elson, Enid Q11 ......,. Ely, Bob Q11 ............. ,.,.,,...104,i55 ..,,,,.176 ....,,28,1B8 ......,176 ....,176 ,,...l76 ....,188 .,,.103,l8B .,.,,,.176 ,,.,.119,lB8 .......1B8 Emmons, Vickie Q31 .......,, ..,155 Enlae, Sylvia Q31 ...... ..,,..54,104,155 Enochs, Karen Q21 ..... .. .... 104,105,176 Ethridge, Billy Q21 ...., Ethridge, David Q11 ...... Ethridge, Diane Q11 ...... Evans, Harris Q11 ...... ......188 ......1B8 .........188 Evans, Johnny Q31 ..... ...... 1 03,155 Evans, John Q11 ..... Evans, Kathy Q21 ....., Everitt, Jerry Q11 ....... Ewell, Jesse Q21 ,.... wen, P,-,ny Q21 ..... Ewing, Dede Q31 ....... Ewing, Janet Q21 ....... Ezelle, Ken Q11 ........ Ezelle, William Q21 ...... F Fabian, Beverly Q11 .... ......140,18B .......,.l76 .,....136,1BB ......176 ......176 ..,.,.155 ......176 ......188 ,,....176 ..,.....189 Falkenburg, Nita Q31 ............... 102,155 Follin, Robert Q11 ...... Farber, Brad Q31 ......,. 26,27,38,44,54,61 93,io4,ia4,i35,i3s,i3a,iss Farber, Hop Q21 io4,i25,i3o,i36,i7s Faries, Jack Q11 ..,,.... Farlee, David Q21 ...... Farr, Janet Q31 ...... Farrell, Mike Q11 ....... ..125,136,l89 Feothersto n, Sylvia Q31, ....... Faulk, Fred Q11 ..,,.......... Featherston, Butch Q11 ....., Finger, Roy Q21 ....,... Fitts, Harriet Q21 ..... Fleming, Sally Q21 ..... Fletcher, Johnny Ql1,.. Fontaine, Martha Q31.. Foase, Sara Q21 ...,.... Ford, Carol Q31 ..... Ford, Frank Q31 ..... Ford, Lynda Q31 ........ ....,.....1B9 .,....176 , ..... 155 ,.,....,,.189 ........,,156 ,.....189 ........176 .....176,177 ,,,,,.l76 .....,1B9 ,,....156 ..,,,,176 ..,.,,156 ......156 ..,,,,,,..156 Forman, Ronnie Q31 ............,, 56,65,156 Fortenberry, Carolyn Q11 ...,. Fortenberry, Pam Q21, Foriier, Pat Q31 ........... . Foshee, Bill Q21 Foster, Nancy Q31 ..... Fowler, Donnie Q11 .... Fowler, Ginger Q31 .... .,....,,,,189 ,.,,.....,176 .....,71,156 ,,.,,.,.176 ...,..156,168 .,,,.103,1B9 ,.,,,,156 Fowler, Jamie Q11 ..,,,. Fowler, Johnny Q31 ....... Fowler, Mary Q31 ...,. Fax, Lynn Q21 .......... Fox, Meredith Q31.,,... Fox, Sammy Q11 ..... Fraiser, Rita Q31, ...,.. . Frank. Raisin Q21 ..... Frazier, C. E. Q21 ..... ........189 ..........156 .....36,47,l56 ........176 . .,., 156 .....189 .,...156 .....176 .....176 Frazier, Margaret Q31 ....... 156 Freeman, Alison Q21.. Friar, Janice Q11 ,..,. Fulcher, Rabin Q31 ...... Fulmer, Bill Q21, ....,. Furr, Chellie Q11 ..... Furr, Hugh Q31 ..... Fyke, Earl Q21 ...... ..... Fyke, P. D. Q11. ....,... . G Gainey, Mike Q31 ....., Gainey, Nan Q21 ....... Gallagher, Micki Q11 ..... Gallman, Andy Q21 ....., Gallman, Taylor Q11 ..... Gardner, Tommy Q31 ...., Garrard, Pat Q31 .... .....176 ........189 ...,.105,156 ,.......176 .97,134,176,1B5 ....125,187.1B9 ......3O,156 .....105,176 .......i89 ....,103,176 .......189 .....156 Garrett, Bob Q11, ............... , ......,. 189 Garth, Bill Q31 ........... 24,27,51,54,55,64 93,104,136,156 Gavant, Myron Q31 ........... ....,,. 156 Gear, Adrianne Q21 ...... Germany, Robert Q21 ..,,. Getz, Jacqueline Q11...,. Gholsan, David Q31 Gibbons, Larry Q21 ..... Gibson, Beverly Q21., , .... 176,177 ....,176 , .... 189 .....176 ,....176 Gibson, Catherine Q31 ...... .,,. , 157 Gilmore, Jan Q11 ...,... Gladney, Don Q21 ...... Gober, Gordon Q31.. Godard, Rebecca Q31 Godwin, Johnny Q31 Golden, Bruce Q11 ...... Goodin, Jimmy Q21.,, Goodman, Frank Q31. Goodrich, Jeil Q21 ....,. ...,......1B9 .....103,176 .,..,l57 .,,..157 ...,,103,1B9 ,,,,...176 .......157 .....103,176 Q 204 ds., my-buf Win Goodwill, Edith Q31 ....... .,,,, i 57 Gordon, Carl Q21 ....... ...., 1 76 Gordon, Susan Q31 ..... ..... 1 57 Gore, John Q11 ....... ----- 1 89 oonheif, Bill in ..,,..., ..... 1 so Graham, Darrell Q31 ,...., .... 1 57 Graham, Ken Q11 ....... .,,, 1 B9 Graham, Patrick Q21 ...... .... 1 77 Graham, Sammy Q31 ...... ,,.,. 1 57 Grant, Sharon Q31 ...... Gray, Rickey Q11 ..... Gray, David Q21 Gray, Doug Q21....,, Greco, Connie Q21 ..... Greenberg, Mark Q11 ..... Greenwe ll, Susan Q31 Greer, Steve Q31, ...... . Grelle, Lindo Q31 ..... Greniell, Raymond Q21 .... Griffin, Marcia ...... . .,,.157 .,,,189 ....177 .,.,...157 ,...189 ....157 .......157 ....,..157 ,. ....... 177 Griffin, Pat Q31. ....... , ..... 30,32,125,157 Gross, John Q21 .......................... 177 Guernsey, Elizabeth Q11 .... .,..... 1 89 Gunn, Ray Q11 .......,.. ...... . ,,,. 189 Sunter, Phyllis Q21 ..........,............ 177 Suyton, Johnny Q31 ........ 39,49,54,56,5B Haas, Barbara Q31 ....,. Hairston, Beverly Q11..... Hole, Buddy Q11 ......... Hall, Brad Q21 ..,... Hall, Elaine Q21 ..... Hall, Hinky Q31 ..... Hall, Jim Q31 ...... Hall, Mike Hall, Missy Q11,..... Hall, Pam Q21 ........,.... Halliday, Carol Ann Q31. 94,101,157 .....,104,157 ..,.,,.,.189 ....,.189 ......177 ,...,.177 .....,157 ,.....157 , ..... 189 , .......,.. 177 . ..... 54,104,105 118,157 Hamilton, Clarence Ql1.,,,., .,..,.189 Hamilton, Jeannie Q11 .... Hamilton, Mike Q31 ....... Hammons, Beverly Q11... .....,189 ......157 ...,,.189 Hampton, Marguerite Q31 ...,., -,-,.. 1 57 Hand, Nancy Q31 .......,. Hanes, Becky Q21 ...., Hanna, Donie Q21 .... Hanway, Karen Q11 .,.,,, Hardy, David Q21 .,,.. Hardy, Scott Q21 ...,.... Hargrove, Gale Q31 .,.... Harmon, Sandra Q11 ...,. Harpe, Brenda Q21 ...,,.. Harper, Bill Q21 ..,........ Harper, Mike Q31 ....,.... Harrell, Martha Lou Q21. ,,....157 ......,l77 ......177 ...,.,.189 .,...,177 ,......177 .......157 ,. ..,,... 189 .31,112,146,177 ,,.,.. ,177 Harrelson, Martha Q21 ..,... .... 1 77 Harris, Jim Q31 ............ Harris, Lucile Q21 ..... Harrison, Beverly Hart, Frank Q11 ....... Hart, Larry Q21 ,,... Hartley, Judy Q11 ....... Harvey, Charles Q11 ....... Hayes, Darryl Q31 ...... Hayes, Luann Q21 ..... Haynes, Chris Q31 ...... Head, Charlie Q31 ,..,,. Heard, Dan Q31 ....... Heard, Jo Ellen Q11 ..., Hearn, Jane Q21 ..,... Hearon, Erik Q21 .,..., Hederi, Butch Q21 ,..,...157 ...,l77 .....190 ,,..119 ...,.190 .,.....190 ..,..l5B ...,.177 ,...,l58 .....l58 .....125 ,....190 ...,.177 ...,.177 Hederman, Gail Q21 .,.,........ 96,111,177 Helgeson, Tim Q31 ....... .. Helman, Ken Q21...... Helms, Linda Q21.. ..... Hemphill, Jimmy Q11 ...... 31,103,158,165 ...,.177 .......190 Hendershot, Jean Q11.,... .....,... 103,190 Henderson, Archie Q21 ,.,..,,...... 103,177 Hendrick, Becky Q31 ....,. Hendrick, Harry Q11 ..,.. Hendrick, Jim Q31 Hendrix, Jane Q11 ...... Hendrix, Paul Q21. ..,... .. Henson, Sandra Q31..,., .97,100,104,158 .,..,.......96,190 .,,,.l90 ....,...,,,.177 .......96,158,160 Herlang, Mary Delle Q21 .......... 105,177 Herman, Bob Q21 ......,. . ...,,177 Herrington, Eddie Q11 ....., Herrington, Johnny Q11 ....... Hesdortler, Lynn Q11 ....... Heslop, Bill Q31. ........ Hester, David Q21 .........,. Hetherington, Harry Q21... .. Hewitt, Arthur Q11....... Hewitt, Becky Q11 ...... Hewitt, Tony Q21 .,..... Hickson, Denese Q31 Hildebrand, Mary Q21 ...... Hill, Per Q11 .....,.,..., Hills, Parker Q31 Hilsman, Gray Q31 HindS, Wally Q31 Hines, Horace, Q21 ..... .....190 Hines, Leo Q31,. ,,,..., Hines, Linda Q21 ....... Hiserman, Cindy Q21... Hobson, Jim Q31 ....,.. Hagan, Ames Q31 ..... Hogg, Edward Q11 ..... Holder, Harriet Q11 ,.,.. .....,190 ......19O . .,.,. 190 ......l58 ,.....l77 ......177 ......190 .........l90 ......115,177 ......177 .,,.,.19O ......l58 ...........l77 .......69,lO4,177 . ........... 177 ......l25,158 .,....125,158 ......190 Holder, Susan Q21 .........., 27,52,104,17B Holdertield, Barbara Q11 .............. 190 Holland, Ricky Q21 .......... Holliday, Lynn Q11. ......... Holliday, Margaret Q21...... ......178 .. ,... 190 ......178 Hollingsworth, Nancy Q21., .... . ...,. 178 Holmes, Robert Q11 ......... Hood, Peggy Q11 ...... Hoover, Linda Q21 ....... Hopkins, Dorothy Q31 ...... Hopkins, Ginna Q31 ...., Hopkins, Jack Q21 ..... ......190 ......19O ......178 ......l5B ......158 ,...,....l78 Hord, Anne Q21 ..... , ,,,.,. ......... 1 17,175 Horner, Tammy Q31 l04,115,125,128,158 Hosch, B. B, Q21 ........ Hotchkiss, Janice Q31... Houston, Bobby Q31 .... Houston Howard ,sm Q21 ,....... .121. Howard, Jim Q31 .,...... Howard , Randy Q21 .... Howard, Ronnie Q31 .... Howard, Sue Q31 ..,... Howell, Howell, Joel Q11 ..,., LindaQ11,..... Howie, Don Q21 Howie, w. H. Q11 Hubbard, Dole Q11 ..... Phyllis Q31., ..,....... Hubbard, Jane Q31 ...... Hutt, Bobbie up ....... Huff, Rickey Q31 ........ Huffmo n, Louise Q31 .... Hughes, Hull, All Humble, John Q11 ...... ey Raye Q31 .... Alpha Q31 ....., Humphrey, Ronnie Q11. .........,..145,17B ...,.....l58 ..,...15B ......4l,15B 144,145,178 ..........l5B ......17B .....,....15B , ..... 54,97,158 .....103,190 ......l9O .....l40,190 .73,104,158 .........,19O .........158 .,.,,1l4,155 ...,..l90 ......158 .....57,158 ...,...,.l9O Humphreys, Wayne Q31... ...,..... 125,158 Hunter, Jack Q11 ........ Hunter, Jimmy Q21 Hunter, Roberta Q21 .... Hutton, Lloyd Q21.. ..,. Idom, Beverly Q11 ..,.. lngels, Tommy Q31 ..... lnmon, Martha Q21 A.... Ivey, Larry Q21 ....... Ivey, Ronnie Q21 .,... Ivy, Linda Q21 ...., Jackson, Jae Q21 ......... Jackson, Rebecca Q21 ..,... Jacobs, Mike Q31 ......... .... .190 ......l78 ...,..17B . .,...... 190 ...,.,104,159 ..,...l78 ......178 ...,..l7B ..,...178 .. .... 178 ......178 ......159 Jameson, Lindo Q11 ...................... 190 Jeffreys, Steve Q31 ......... 50, 1 34, 159, 168 Jenkins, Spencer Q21 ................. 27,178 Jensen, Debbie Q31 Jernigan, Skipper Q11 ...... , Jobrori, Linda Q31 ..,... ...,125,l9O .....,159 ,,....l59 ......,.,190 .97,i47,178 Johnson, Allen Q31 ..... Johnson, Bobby Q11 ...... ..,. Johnson, Camille Q21 ....,..... Johnson, Camron Q31 ...... . .........159 Johnson, Christy Q21 ....., ....... 9 8,178 Johnson, Costa Q31 ..... ......l59 Johnson, Frank Q31 ....,....... 103,125,159 Johnson, James Q11 ...... , .......... 190 Johnson, Jon up ....... ..... . . Johnson, Karen Q31 ........ Johnson, Martha Ryburn Johnson, Mike Q11 ....... Johnson, Chipper Q21 Johnson, PEQQY Q11 ...,. Johnson, Pete Q21 Johnson, Stephen Q11 .... 431 ....., Johnston, Linda Q11 .,.,.. ..,.,. Jones, Barbara Q11 ,...........,.,.. Jones, Bill Q21 ....,........., 52,92, 127,l28,l29,134,136, Jones, Bob Q21 .........., Jones, Carolyn 111 ...... Jones, Charlton Q21 ...... Jones, Kendall Q21 ..... Jones, Kerry Q31 .... Jones, Mark Q11 ..... Jones, Mike Q31 .,.., Jones, Nancy Q11 ..,. ,. Jones, Pat Q11 ......., ,. Jones, Ransom Q21 ....... Jones, Rick Q11 ,57,159 104,159 104,190 . .... 190 ..,.,l90 147,190 .....l9O 125,126 172,178 ...,.l7B ,.,..19O .29,178 119,178 .....l59 103,190 ...,.159 ..,,.19O .,..19O ....178 Jones, Roger Q21 ....,...,............,.,. 178 Jones, Sara Q31, ....... 31,4B,102,lO4,1 11 159,165 Jones, Vlkke Q11 Jordan, Jimmy Q11 ....... .... 1 90 Jordan, Kathy Q11 ,...... ....... 1 90 Jordon, Laura Lee Q21 .... .,....,.. 1 78 Jordan, Lurleon Q31 ..... ,..... 1 04,159 Jordan, Martha Q31 Jordan, William Q31 K ......,159 . .... . .....,... 57,159 Karstens, Shirley Q21 ....... ..... 6 5,178 Keenan, Robert Q11 Keith, Cynthia in ..... .... 1 90 Keith, Ja Keith, Sandra Q11... netQ11 ..,.. ...,191 Kelly, Charlie Q21 l34,136,l38,172,178 Kelly, CI aire Q21. ........................ 179 Kelly, Dennis Q11 ..,... Kennedy, Bev Q21 ...... Kennedy, Bobby Q11,.... Keoug h, Margaret Q21 .... Keown, Elaine Q11 .....,. Kerr, Joan Q31 ....., Kerr, Pat Q31 ........ Kessler, George Q11 ..... Kessler, William Q31 ..... ....19l ....179 ....191 ..,.178 ....191 ....159 ....l59 . ...., ...191 104,159 Kevervn, Al Q21 ..... Kilgore, Judy Q21 ....... Kinder, Kerry N. Q11 King, Barbara Q11 ...... King, Bill Q11..,....... King, Fran Q11, ,... . King, Ray Q31 .... King, Rivers Q21 .....,... Kirby, Frank, lll Q31 .,..... Kirk, Barbara Q31 ..... Kirk, Kenneth Q11,.... Krause, Tammy Q21 ..... Krieger, Ruth Q21 ...... Kuespert, Jack Q31 Kuykendall, Maud Q31 Kyle, Dottie Q11 ..... .. Kyle, Fred Q31 ....... Kyle, Stephen Q21 .... Labhart, Linda Q21.. .... Lackey, Carl Q21 ...... Lacoste, Jan Q31 Lacoste, Paul Q11.. ..,. , Lag erson, Karen Q21 ...,,.. Lamar, Linda Q11 ....... Land, Tommy Q21 Lane, Bill Q11 ........ Lang, David Q31 ...... Lonsdell, Emily Q21 ..... Largent, Richard Q21 ....... Laseter, Mike Q21 .....,. Lassiter, Ford Q21 ........,. Lawrence, Deloine Q11 ...... Lawrence, Janet Q11 ....... Lawrence, Phil Q31 Lawson, Dayton Q11 ....... Lawson, Mary Q31 ...... Lawyer, Garry Q 11 ..... Lebotteur, Fra nky Q21 Ledlow, Dianne Q11 .... Leioldt, Patsy Q21 ....... Lemon, Georgia Q21 ....... Lenoir, aiu up .......,. Lertz, Peggy Q31 ...... Lenz, Frances Q21 ..... Lenz, Margaret Q31 .... Lester, Bill Q11 ..,...,. Lester, Tom Q21. ....,..... . Lewa n iowski, G reta Q3 1 ..... Lewis, BobQ11 ,........ . .. Lewis, Nancy Q21 Liddle, Cary Q11 ...... 46, 1 25, ....103, ....lO3, ....103, ...,125, 1 25, 179 179 191 191 191 159 179 159 159 191 179 179 159 191 159 179 179 179 160 191 179 191 119 160 179 179 179 179 191 191 191 160 191 191 179 179 191 160 179 160 191 179 160 191 191 Laeb,i0h,.li1 ....,......... fr ,,,,f Lipscomb, Deedee Q11 ...... ..... Lipscomb, Marilyn Q31 ...... ....... Little, Ann Q31 ,..........,. Little, Trudy Q11 .,... Lloyd, Robbie Q31 ...,... ......54, Lockhart, John Q21 ..,., ..... ............. Lockhart, Mary Guy Q31.. .......,, 117, Loflin, Mark Q21 .......... 1 Logan, Mike Q11 ....,. Logan, Robert Q11 ....,, Loper, Jim Q11 ........ Loper, Linda Q31 ...... Loper, Sheila Q11 ..... Lott, Gary Q11 Lotterhos, Bill Q31 .......... Lotterhos, George Q11 ...,.. .... Love, Lucy Q21 .........., Love, Lynn Q11 ...... Lowe, Shirley Q21 ...,. Lowe, Tish Q31 ........... Lowery, Frances Q31 ...,... Lowery, Mack Q31 ....., Lowrance, Mike Q11 .... Lowther, Edwin Q31 ..... Luke, Jeannie Q11 ..... Luke, Linda Q21 ..... Luke, Linda Q31 ...,. .. Lundy, Cathy Q21 ..... Luter, Jay Q11 ......, Lutken, Isabel Q21 .,... Lutken, Melissa Q31 ....,. l5,135,l4O, ....lO1, ....lO4,l52, ....103, .,..104, 124, Lutrick, Lorraine Q21 ....ii. .,..,.. Lyell, Garland Q21 .,..... Lympus, Sheila Q31, -... . M ....145, Macdonald, Skipper Q31 ...... ...... . Macgawan, Cliil' Q11 ...... Macon, Sherry Q31 ..... ,.,..l36, Maddox, Kathy Q11 .......... ....... Magee, Martha Ann Q11.. Maher, Elizabeth Ann Q11 .........103, Maior, Alex Q21 .,....,.,..... ..... Maiure, Susu Q11 ..... Maley, Bess Q31 ....... Maley, Claude Q21 Malout, Tommy Q31 .... .....136, Manasca, Gene Q31 ...,....,..----...-- - Mangin, Jett Q31 ...... ..... 5 7,101,104, Mongum, David Q31 ,,,..... . ..,.,.,... .. Mann, Colvin Q21 ,...... Mann, Steve Q31 ,.,. .. Manning, Debbie Q11.. Manning, Linda Q21 .... Manning, Susan Q31,.. Mansell, Bob Q31 ,..,,, Mansfield, Michele Q11 ...... Marble, Lucy Q31 ...... Marbury, Jeanne Q21., Marbury, Pat Q11 ,..... Marks, Tam Q11 ..... Martin, Betsy Q31 ...... Martin, Carolyn Q21... .. .... 125, ......96, Martin, Jimmy Q31 ....... .... . .68, Martin, Mollie Q31 ..... Mason, Linda Q21 ...., Mason, Roland Q11 .,.. Masopust, Vicki Q31 Massey, Karen Q21 ..... Massey, Sandra Q11... Mateer, Andrea Q11... Matheney, Kim Q11, .... Matthews, Donna Q11 ...... Matthews, Percy Q11... Maxwell, Britt Q11, .... ,. May, Allen Q21 ..... May, Tricia Q31. ........ Mayberry, Susan Q11.. Mayfield, Carolyn 131 Mayo, Jeanie Q21 ....,.. Mayo, Jennifer Q11 ..... Mays, Eddie Q31 ...... Mays, Myra Q21 ......... McAdory, David Q31 ...... McAlilly, Debbie Q21,..... .......125, ..50,105, McAllister, Conner Q31 .................. McAlpin, Dalton Q31.. ,,....,.. .55,114, McArthur, Bruce Q21 .,...,. .,....,.,... McAtee, Reed Q11 ....... .....,.....,.. McCall, Sammy Q11... McCallum, Bob Q31 ,,.,. McCann, Charles Q31 ..... McCann, Frank Q31 ..... McCleave, Barry Q21 ...... McClintock, Susan Q31 McClurg, Henry Q31 ....... 125,128 137, .,..103, ....104, McCollum, Stewart Q21 .... 125, McCaal, Karen Q21 ........ McCoy, Linda Q21 ..... McCullough, Ann Q11 ..... McDaniel, Danny Q21 ,..... McDaniel, Don Q21 McDaniel, Susie Q11 McDill, Gerald Q31 ..... McDill, Jean Q11 ...... ......34, 205 McDlll, Margaret Ann McDonald, Lindo 111. ,..,. . McDowalI, Frances 121 McEachern, Frank 131.. McEachern, Gibby 121. McEwen. Frances 121 ,...... McFarland, Betty 111 ,..... , McGee, Margle 121 ...,. 131 ..... ,......133 ,l34, .168 McGehee, PGQQY 121 ,,.,.. . .....,. . McGowan, Davld 121 ...... Mcllwaln, Ginny 121 ..... Mclnnes, Bill 121 ....,,, Mclntyre, Jim 111 ...... McKay, Larry 131 ....,. .104 ......105 McKay, Lanny 111 ..,..,..,,,...... Mc Kelgney, Norton 121 ..., McKelthen, Eleanor 131 McKinnon, Kathy 1l1.,. .110 .54,96, 125 .,.....105, 136 McKinnon, Melinda 131 .,.. .. ..,... ,. McLean, Ellen 121...,.. McMillan, Brenda 111 .... ,. McMurry, George 121 ..,... ........ McMurry, Vitrice 131, .,,... ..,.. . McNair, Clarissa 131 ....,.. ,,..,... McNalr,Potricla111.,. McNair, Peggy 131 ....., McNaron, Esther 111 ,,,,., McWhorter, Hugh 111 ...... Meador, Barbara 121 ...... Meek, Beverly 131 ..... Meeks, Donny 111 ,,.., Melton, Sandro 131 ..... Meredith, Corky 121... Messur, Carol 131 .,... Mcycr, Johnny 131 ..,.. Middleton, Kathy 121.. Mlllcr, Bob 121 .,,,..... Miller, Kant 131 ,.... Miller, Sherri 121 ...... Milling, Jo Lynn 121 ..,.. Mills, Copper 121 ....,. Mlllstein, Sam 131 ..,.. Milslead, George 121, Mims, Charles111 ..... , .,.. 96 103, 105, 75, 104, 102, Minor, Jcti121 ....,,., ...120,l34,l4O, Mlxon, Chester 131 ....,..,.,........ 55, Moak, Hank1l1. ...., . Moak, Paul 111 ........ ..... . 125,l36, Mabley, Charlie 121 Mabley, Kathleen 111 ...... ,,.... Mockbee, David 111... Molpus, Ronnie 121 .... Monroe, Leon 121 .,....... 102, Montgomery, Bette 131 ....... Montgomery, Dick 131 .... 162 192 180 162 180 180 192 180 180 180 180 180 192 162 103 134 180 159,162 8.54, 192 162 180 192 180 162 162 192 162 192 192 180 162 192 162 180 162 162 180 180 162 180 180 180 162 180 192 180 162 192 192 192 192 180 180 162 162 Montgomery, Ed 121 ........ ..,.. Montgomery, Jeanne 111 Moody, Pat 121 ,,.,..,,.. Moore, Carolyn 131 Moore, Jimmy 111 ...... Moore, Mona 111 ....... Morgan, Beverly 131 ..... ,..,,l25, . ,..,,.57, Morgan, Bubba 121 ..,,,. ,,,,,.,. . Morgan, Ed 131 ........ Morgan, Gary 111 ,,.,.. Morgan, Miles 111 Morgan, Red 121 ....... Morgan, Richard 111 Morrison, Tito 121 ...... ....136,138, ......75,l40, ....105,l13, Morrow, Nancy 131 ...... .......... Mosal, David 121 ....... .....120, Meskewilz, Terre 131 ..... ........ Mosley, Joanne 131 .... Moss, Robby 121 .,.... Mounger, Chris 121 ..,. Mullen, Bill 121 ...,.,.... Muniord, Luther 111..,... Myers, Joe1l1 ,... N . ..... 136, , .,.. 125, Nabors, Donnie 121 ,,,.,.. ..,.... Nader, Jodie 111 ......... Nader, Mary Helen 131. , ..,,,, 68, ..,,....29,67, Neely, Ann 131 .,.......... ...,..,, . . Neely, Mary Anne 121 ...... Neely, Toni 121 .......,. Nell, Kathy 121 ...,.. Neill, Charles 131 Nelson, Billy 131 ...,...... ...,38,51,54, 125, 127, 130, 150, Nalson, Dan 131 ....,,....,,,., 103, l 12, Nalson, Mary Beth 131 ..,.,.,.,,..,.,.., Nutlervllla, Clndy 131 .......... 39, 105, Novels, Bettie 131 ,,,., .. Newcomb, Marlin 121 ..... ..... Newell, Linda 111 ....... Newell, Peggy 131 ...... Newquist, Richard 131 ...., .... 1 59, Newton, Pal 131 ...,.,... Nicholls, Pam1l1,,... ....140, Nichols, Cheryl 131 ...................... Nichols, Donald 131 .,.,.,.. 72,96,146, Nichols, Nancy 111 .,.,., .........,.... Nicholson, Sue 121 ,,.,.. Nicholson, Susan 111 ...... ..... Nickles, Jim 131 ........,. Noel, Dick 121 ...... Noel, John 121 ...... Noone, Mike 121 Noone, Randy 131 ....... 180 192 180 192 192 162 180 162 103 180 192 180 163 180 163 163 180 180 181 192 192 181 192 163 163 181 181 181 104 163 163 163 163 163 181 192 163 163 163 192 163 163 192 181 192 163 181 181 163 North, Steve 131 .,.,.,,,, Northern, Charley Norton, Bill 131 ....,,., Narville, Gloria 121 ...... Nunley, Jackie 111 .,.,, Nunley, Vivian 111 Nunn, Dan 111 Nunn, Robert 131 ...... O Oates, Pat 121 .......... Oden, Barbara 111 ....... Oden, Candy 131 ....., Odom, Lynda 111 ,...,. Ogle, Joan 131 ....... Oldham, Bob 121 ....... .....57,163 ...,..145,181 ......29,96,l63 ........181 ..,.,,l92 ......163 .....102,181 ..,...,.192 ,.,...163 ......192 ........163 ,..,.140,l8l Oliver, Jerry 121 .... ..................... 1 81 O'Mara, Charles 121 ..,.. olsph, Lynn 131 ......... 27,37,47, 105,163 125, 128,172,181 O'Neal, Kathy 131. ....................,. 163 O'Neol, Pamela 131 .,.... Orkin, Ted 121 ,,., Orlopp, Keith 111 O'Steen, Mary 111 ,..... Outlaw, Anita 111 ...... Outlaw, Malcolm 131.,.,. Overby, Newell 131 Overstreet, Dottie 111 ...... ......163 ..,.,.181 .....,192 .......,192 .....136,164 .,....l92 Overstreet, Raymond 111 ...,. Overy, Susan 131 .,.,..... Owen, Patty 131 ..... Owen, Susan 111.,.,. Owens, John 111 ...,.,. , .,,..,192 ......l64 ,.,..187,192,l96 Owens, Sandro 111 ..... ,, Oxenllne, Ned 121 ...... ,....,,...192 .,....l92 Ozler, Charles 121, ..,. ....., 6 5,125,181 Ozler, Cheryl 111 ,...... P Pace, Joe 111 ,,.,.. Pace, Tam 121 ...,,... Packer, Martha 121 ..... Palmore, Randy 131 Parker, Tweed 131 .,.... .......,..l92 ,,...l92 .....l81 Palmer, Coker 131 ,....., ...29,92,132,133 134,140,142,164 Palmore, Alan 131 ....,..,.,. Porman, Mike 111 .........., Parrish, Mary Lucile 111 Pate, Elise 111 ...,........... . Patterson, Cathy 131 .... ,. Patterson, Joe 111 ....,... Patterson, Katherine 131 ..,.. .,,........,164 ...,.l64 ,....l92 ..,. .192 ..,,,192 .....164 ,....l92 .. ..... 164 1' '-AI 9 RS Q39 QXXQ we .L- g1.daQ 1.'f1'2f 4:2151 9:9 05 al' .fc Go:"'i'0' ..Gg ,QQQ D 1 n: fy' 5 DQ! DQ Q' ,.g, 'lo op' Pattison, Leslie 111 .,.,.. Payne, Bruce 111 ..... Payne, David 131 ..... Payne, Woody 111 Pearce, Sandra 131 ,.., Pearson, Jane 131 ..,, Pearson, Susan 121 ,.... Peeler, Susan 131 ..,., Peery, Anne 111 ,..... Peevy, Denny 111 ..... Penn, 8111111 .......,., ....... .,,.,192 ,.,,...192 ,.,.125,164 .....l64 .....164 .....l81 .....164 .,...192 .,.,.125 .....193 Pennington, Carolyn 111 ....... ,...,193 Pepper, Kathy 111 ........... Perdue, Lewis 111 ....... Perkins, Sharmain 121... Perry, Edith 111 .......,.. Perry, Rob 131 .,..,... Persons, Paula 131 ...,... Peters, Nan 121 ..... Pevey, Denny 111,,.... Phelps, Dudley 121 .,.... Phelps, Judi 131 ...., Phelps, Sara 121 ....... Phillips, Bill 121 ..... Phillips, Billy 121 ....... Phillips, Charles 111 ..... Phillips, Ginger 121 ...... Phillips, Paul 131 .,.,... Phillips, Robert 111 ...... Phipps, Vicki 121 ......, Pickel, Jackie 131 ....,. Pickel, Jerry 121 .... Pigott, Carole 121 ,.,,. Pigott, Donny 131 ..,.,, Plgph, Jim 131 ...,..... Plnkston, Walter 131 ..... Pittman, Jarnie131 ..... Pitts, Jett 111 ,......, Place, Brenda 121,.. ,. Pleasant, Steve 131 ....,, Pless, Nancy 111 ....... Ponder, Jimmy 121 ....... Poole, Carolyn 111 ..,... Paaley, GUS111 ..... Pope, Charles 121 ,,,,. Pope, Dianne 121 ...,.. Pope, Virginia 111 ..,.... Porter, Pace 111 .,., Porter, Gloria 121 .,... Porter, Mike 131 .....,,.. Porter, Warren 8. 131.,. Partnoy, Fredda 131 ...,, Posey, Elta 131 .,...... Post, Hap 111 .,,,, Potts, Don 131 ..... Powell, Billy 111 .... Powell, Craig 111 .,.., Power, Judy 111 ..., Powers, Dave 111 ,..... Powers, John 111 ...... Pfpn, Jim 111, ....... Presley, Pam 111 ...... Prize, Jean 131 ...... Priester, Pam 131 ..... Primos, Jimmy 131 ....... Pritchard, Vicki 111 ....,. Pryor, Melinda 131 ...... Pryor, Mike 111 ...,... Puckett, Barbara 131 ...... Pullen, Ettalynn 111 .,.... Pullen, Jerrill 131. ..,....... ,,.,..,193 ......54,193 ,,...181 .....193 ....,164 ,,,.,193 ....181 ....193 ....181 ....164 ....181 ....181 ....181 .,.,192 ,...181 ....164 ....193 .......181 .,....,,.l64 , ..... 103,181 .......18l ....164 ....164 ...,164 ....164 .,..193 ....,,,,,l8l ,..,,.103,l64 .......193 ,,.,l81 .,..,..193 .,,..73,193 .,..,,l03,181 ......,..l82 ,...l93 ..,.193 ..,.l82 ...,,,...164 ,. ...... 116,164 ..,,,.,....164 .....66,lO1,164 .,....125,193 .......,.l65 ......lO3,193 ....,.103,l25 ,,,.,.,193 , .,,........,. 193 117,140,193 .....193 ...,.l65 ....,165 .....165 .....193 .....l65 ..,.,193 .....165 .....193 ...,,l65 Purvis, Cherylynne 111 .,.... ............ 1 93 Purvis, George 131 ......,.,. 54,57,119,165 Purvis, John 121 ....... Putnam, Sara 111 ..... Pylant, Brenda 111 ...... Pyles, Courtenay 121 ..,... Quarles, Grace 111 ,,.. Quartermon, Chuck 131 ..... Quarterman, Susan 111 Quinn, Cherie 111. .... . Radulski, Barry 131 ..... Ragland, Lynne 121 ..... Ragsdale, Dixie 131 4--A Rogsdale, Johnny 121 ..... .....193 .....l93 .....182 ........l93 .....l19,165 .....,..193 ,,.,.116,193 .....165 .....182 ,,...l65 ..,,.l25 Rahm, Gretchen 131 ...... Rall, Cariann111 ....,. Romsey, Butch 131 ..... Randall, Steve 131 Ratliil, Cecil 121 ..... Ratliif, Stan 111 ...... Ray, Jim 111 Ray, Sondra 121 ...,. Read, Chuck 111 ....... Reagan, Woody 121. .... Reaume, Andre 111 ....... Reaves, Woodie 121 ,,..., Redd, Ellen 111 .....,,,. Reddoch, Rocky 131 ..,.,. Reed, Evelyn 121 ..... Reed, Richard 131 .,.... Reeder, Penny 111 ..... Reeves, Sandra 131 .....,. Regan, Gaylen 121 .... Reid, George 121 ...... Reynolds, Joy 131 ...... Rholy, Crawford 111 ..... Rhea, Alice 111 .....,... Rhodes, Debbie 121,. ,.,, Rice, Carolyn 111 .....,... Richards, Charles 111 ...... Richards, Cindy 131 ...... Richards, Nancy 111 ...... 104, 103, Richards, Wylie 131 ..................... Richmond, Sue Beth 111... Ridgway, Bruce 121 ........ Richardson, William 131 .,,..., 29,39,50,92 1 15.165, Riley, Dannielle Louise 131 ,,., Ringenberg, David 121.... Ritter, Dottie 121 .....,,,.. Rivers, Cheryl 111,, .... . Robbins, Tammy 121 ...... Robertson, Bill 131 ...... Robertson, Cathy 111 ,.... Robertson, Rob 111 ,,..... Robertson, Stokes 131 ..... Robinson, Alden 131 Robinson, Frances 121 ..... Robinson, Kathie 111 ..... Robinson, Lynn 111 ....... Robinson, Richard 121 .,.,. Robinson, Sidney 121 ,,.,. Roby, Steve 111 ...... Rackett, N. W. 131 Rodgers, Sherry 131 ,,,.,. Roell, Charles 111 .,.... Roell, Jock 121 .,... Rose, Gay 111 ..,.. . ,.,. Ross, Sally Fran 131 .......,, Rowe, Harrietfte 111 ,,.,. Rowzee, Betty 131 ...,.. Royals, Charles 111 ...,.,.,. Royalty, Joe 111 Ru111n, Kathy 111 ,.,.. Rufiin, Margie 111 ...,. Runnells, Beverly 131. .... Runnels, Judy 111 ..,.., Rush, Tarnmy111 ,.,, Rusling, Linda 131 ...... Rusling, Van 121 ..,.... 103, .103, 104, 103, 25,49,150, 1 17, 68, ......,..5l, .,l25, 193, 104, 145, 103, Russ, Burdette 131... ...., 125,140. Russell, Charlie 131 Russell, Linda 121 .,.,,, Ryerson, Judy 1l1,.,., S Sabatini, Nicky 111 ...,... Safley, Bill 111 ......,,. St. Clair, Lynne 121 ....... Salomon, Ralph 111 ...,. Salvo, Nate 121, ....... Sampson, Drew 121 .,... Sanders, George 121 .....,, Sanders, Nancy 111 ,.... Sanders, Sandy 111 ..... Sartin, Ralph 121 Scales, Ray 111 ........ Scanlon, Jae 121 ........, Scarbraugh, Beth 121 ,,,... Schwinler, Donna 121 ....., Scott, Bert 121 .,.,..... Scott, Elizabeth 131 ...... Stott, Sharon 131 ...... Scott, Steve 121 ..... 1 46, 165 193 165 182 193 182 193 182 193 182 193 165 182 165 193 165 182 182 165 193 193 182 193 194 165 194 165 167 194 182 165 182 182 194 182 165 194 194 165 165 182 194 194 182 182 194 166 194 182 194 166 194 166 194 194 194 166 194 194 166 182 166 182 194 194 194 183 194 182 182 182 194 194 182 .194 ....182 ,,,.182 ....l82 ......182 . ....,,,. 166 105,166 .,.,...l82 Seagle, Jeanne 131 ,,,,.. ...... Seale, Linda 131 .,,,.,, Searight, Bill 121 ...... Sears, Grant 121 ...... Self, Webb 131 ......103, Sewell, Roger 121 .......,... ......... Shackelfard, Giles 111., ,,.. ..,,,,. 1 25, Shaddock. Anne 131 ....... ......... Shank, Gail 131. ...,....... ..... . Shapard, Jacqueline 131 ..... , ..... shorp, Bobbie 121 ......... ., ,,,. Sharp, Kathy 131 ...... Sharp, Wyatt 121, .,... ........l04, ......103,140, Shearer, Bobby 121, .... .............. Shell, Danny 121 .,,,.. Shell, Jonnie 121 ,...... Shelton, Pam 131 ..... Shepherd, Jim 121 ..,..,125, Sheppard, Linda 131 ................,,.. Sherrard, Edwin Ray, Jr. 131 ...... 119, Shiel, Janie 121, ...,.,.,.....,.. ..... , smriev, cm 111 ...,.. . Shirley, Connie 131 ...... ..,.,. Shotts, Cheryl 111 ..,. Shorts, Henry 131 ..... Shreve, Donna 111 ...... ...... Sides, Kathy 131 ,,., .. Simmons, Bobs 111 ...... ....... Simmons, Kathy 131 ..,.. . .... .. Simmons, Linda 121 ............., ....... Simmons, Lisa 111 ,.... .................. 166 166 182 182 134 194 166 166 166 182 166 182 182 182 182 166 166 166 182 194 166 194 166 194 166 194 166 182 194 Sims, Bill 131 ....,..,.... 25,50,54,55,60,97 Sims, Patricia 131. .... 100, Sims, Peggy 131 .... ..... ......, Sims, Sheryl Lee 121 .... .. ..... .. Singletary, Dan 111 ..... ....... Sintow, Elissa 121 Sissell, Buzz 131 ........... 51,105,159, Sistrunk, Berkeley 111 Sistrunk, Emily 131 Skelton, amy 131 .......... 54,104,134, Skinner, Kay 121,...., Slaughter, Kent 131 Slaughter, Stanley 131 ...... Sloan, Cathy 121. .......,.. Small, Kathy 131 ----4' Small, Randy 131 .... . ,... ....... . . .....66, .125, 166 166 166 183 194 166 166 183 167 183 167 167 167 Smart, Dana 131 ..................... Smira, Bobby 131...103,l20,134,135,167 Smith, Anne 131 ...... ....... ...... 5 6,167 Smith, Barbara 121 ....... ......... . 104,183 Smith, Bennett E., Jr. 131 .,...,...... 41,167 Smith, Brian 111 .................... 136,194 Smith, Cambria 121 , ..., ....... Smith, Carol 111 ...... Smith, Danny111. ,... Smith, Dorothy 13-1 ...... ....,, Smith, Doyle 131 ...... Smith, Eileen 111 ...... Smith, Eva 111 105, Smith, Herbert 121 ...,... ....... Smith, Lem 121 ........ Smith, Penny 111 ...... Smith, Robert 111 Smith, Sidney 121 Smith, Susan 111 ......... ...... Smith, Susannah 111 ..., sn,-sed, Bill 111 ........... ...... Sneed, Tommy 131 ...... ...... Snuggs, Mike 111 ..... Sollek, Gilbert 121 ....... ...... Somers, Ted 131 ...... Saurs, Berta 111 ....., Sours, Kyle 121 ........ Spaulding, Steve 131. ......... 183 194 194 167 167 194 183 183 194 194 194 194 167 194 140 167 195 .. .......... 27,183 Speake, Bunny 131 ...... .,....., ,... . . Spea ke, Eliza beth 121 ..... ...... Speake, Janet 111 ..... Speake, Phil 131 ....... Speaks, Lynda 121 ....... ...... Speed, Lake 121 ......... ....,, Speetiens, Frank 131 ....... ...... Speetjens, Joseph 111 ...., ...... Spell, Doris 121 Spencer, CoIe121 .... Spencer, John 111.,... Squires, Kathy 121 ..... Stage, Dianne 131. .... .. . ..... 106, . ..... 117, Stallings, Tommy 111 ....... . ..... Stark. Carey 131 ...... 120,140,167 167 183 195 167 183 183 167 195 183 195 183 167 195 167 Starnes, Earl 131 ..... Starnes, Jimmy 121 Statham, Mike 131. ..... ....,167 ..,,.167 Stauss, Barbara 111...'... .,.....195 Stauss, Marie 121 ......... ..,... 9 6,183 Stephenson, Henry 111 .,.... ..... 1 95 Stevens, Janet 131 ...... ..... 1 67 Stevens, JoAnne 111 ...,.. ...., 1 95 Stewart, Carol 121 ,...., Stewart, Jan 111... .. Stewart, Neill 111 Stillions, Ralph 121 ...., Stockett, Sam 131 ..,.... .....183 .....195 .....145,183 .....167 Stadghill, Diane 111. ..,.. .....195 Stokes, Jim 121 ..... . .,.... .......... ...,. 1 8 3 Stone, Jenny 131 ........... 69,104,105,168 Stone, Susan 131 ........... 24,27,45,54,61 104,168 Stortz, Lois 111 ,..... ..... 1 68,195 Stortz, Louis 111 ........ ............ 1 95 Strange, Donnie 131 .......... 121,145,168 Strange, Wayne 131 ...... ,,,.....,. 1 68 Street, Elaine 121 .,..... ..... 1 83 Street, William 111 ....... ..... 1 95 Strickland, Albert 121 ,,..... ..... 1 83 Strickland, Sheryl 131 ....... ,.... 1 68 Stringer, Connie 131 ...... ..... 1 68 Stringer, Lynn 111 ...... .... . 195 Strom, Bert 111.. .... Studdard, Bill 111. .... .....195 .....195 Suess, Rae Anne 131 ..... ..... 1 68 Sullivan, Geri 121 ...... .,,,.... 1 83 Sullivan, Ken 111.. ..... .... . 103,195 Sullivan, Millie 131 ..... Summer, Carl 131 ...... ......31,168 .,...168 Summers, Paula 111 ,..... ........ 1 95 Sumrall, Andy 111 ...... .,... 1 25,195 Sumrall, Craig 121 ,.,.. ..... 1 83 Sumrall, Dianne111 ...... .......... 1 95 Sumrall, Jack131 .....,. Sunderman, Paul 121 ,... . . ..,. 136,168 .....183 Swain, Mary 121 ........ , .... 183 Swales, Libby 131 ....... , .... 168 Swales, Martha 111 ...,... ........ 1 95 Swann, Jim 131 ....... .. Swanson, Hal 131 ....... Sweat, Meredith 111 .,.... ....,103,168 .....183 .....195 Sylar, Bob111.. .,,. .....195 Sylar, Carol Ann 131 ..... ..... 1 68 'I' Tallant, Sharon 121 ...,... ..... 1 83 Tarpley, Joe 111 ...., Tate, Bill 131 ....... Tele, Billy 121 ........ Tattis, Naomi 121 ....... Taylor, Ben 121 .....195 ..,..168 ,....183 ..,..183 Traylor, Bomar 111 ..,................... 195 Taylor, Mary 121 ...........,............ 184 Taylor, Mary Margare 1131 105,106,168 Taylor, Meg 111 .............,..... ...... 1 95 Taylor, Rowan 111 ...... .,...195 Taylor, Suzanne 111 ...,.. ..... 1 95 Taylor, Tricia 111 ..,.... ..... 1 95 Taylor, Vicki 111 .....,.... ..... 1 95 Temple, Pho Jean 121 ...,... ...., 1 84 Tessier, Paul 111 ....,... Thames, Bill 131 ...,.,. Thames, Judy 131, ...... .....19.5 ......,168 ......56,l68 Thames, Warren 111 ...... .......,. 1 95 Thayer, Mary Kaye 121 .....,...... 181,184 Therrell, Steve 131 ....,. Thomas, Dixie 141 .,.... . ......,.,.. 105,168 Thomas, Dolores 141, ....... 30,50, 104,169 Thomas, Rodney Thomas, Sonny 121 Thompson, Jane 111 ....,.. .,.. 1 95 Thompson, Judy 131. ..,........ .. ..,. 169 Thompson, Pat 131... ......, 25,50,106,169 Thompson, Tommy 121 .............. 97,184 Thomson, Pot 131 ....... Thornhill, Dave 131 ..... Thornhill, Tony 111 ..... Tharsen, Jimmy 131 ..... .......103,169 ......57,169 .....,.195 ....169 Toby, Thrash 121 .......... ....... 1 03 Throckmorton. Jim 121. ...., .,....... 1 84 Tibbetts, Arthur 111 ..... ....... 1 45,195 Tiller, Pom 111 ....,.,. Tillman, Gene 121 ...... Toler, Ingrid 121 ..,... .........195 .,.....184 ,......184 Tomlin, Peggy 131. ....., . .............. . Tomlin, Ronnie 131 55,lO4,136,139, Travis, Sherry 121 .........,...,........, Traylor, Brenda 131 ..........,,.,....... Trewolla, David 111. ..... . .. Trigleth, Steve 111 ,.... . Trim, Judy 131. ......... Trussell, Cha rlsie 131 ..... Tucker, Henry 131 ...... Tumasz, Mary 131 ...... Turman, Tripp 131 ...... Turner, Becky 131 .,.,.. Turner, Bertye 131 ....., Turner, Danna 111 ....,. Turner, Scott 131 ..... .....105, .....12O, .....104, ....103,159, Turner, Steve 111 ....... . .. Twente, Pot 131 ..,..,. Tyson, Bill 121 .......,., U Underwood, John 131... .....105,108, Underwood, Patricia 111 ...... Upchurch, Mary 131 ..... Upshaw, Pam 121, ...... V Van Devender, Bill 111.. 73,96, 1 40, ,96,113, 104, Van Devender, Dorian 121 ...... ..,.. Vaughan, Caroline 121, ....... ..... Vaughan, Jimmy 111. .... Venturini, Ricky 121 ....,.. ..... Vest, Cherie 111 ,.... .................,.. Vest, Jimmy 131 .......... 125,126,127, 130,136,139, Vestal, Nelson 131 ....,.,..............,. Vick, Cecil 111 ............ ..... 1 03, Vick, Earl 1Buddy1 111. ..... ....... Villeret, Howard 131 ..... ...,. Virden, Ronny 111 ...,., W Wade, Diane 111 ...,... Wailes, Ellen 131 .....,. Waldron, David 131 ...... ..... Walker, Ann 121 ......... .,,.. Walker, Cindy 131 ..,....... .. .... . Walker, Mary Anne 131 ........... 10 4, Walker, Olivia 121 ....... Walker, Sylvia 111 ..... Wall, Mark 121 ..,.... Wall, Melanie 111 ...... Wallace, Anne 121 ...,. Wallace, Deb 111 ,..... .....103, .....103, Wallace, Jenky 121 ....... ....... Walsh, Cecile 131 .,.,.. Walsh, Gail 121 .....,.. .....105, .....184, Walters, Sammy 111 ...,. ...... , Walton, Tommy121...... Ward, Jerry 121 ..... Ward, Myra 121 ...... Ware, Marilyn 131 ..... Ware, Susan 121 .... Ware, Vicki 111 ....,. Warren, Jay 111 ...... Warren, Julie 111 ....... Warren, Ray 131 .... ....179, ....104, ..,.125, . .... 104, Warren, Terrie 131, .... .. Warriner, George 121 ...... ....... Washburn, BiIl111 .... 103, Washburn, Linda 131. .... .... . Waterloo, Charles 121 ...,.. ..... Watkins, Steve 121 ....... ..... Watras, Laurin 131 ..... Watson, Becky 121 ..... .....104, Watson, Bill 131.. .... ..., . Weatherly, Richard 121 ..... . .... Weaver, G- 131 Weaver, Jake 131 Webb, Julia 121 ........ Webb, Sherry 121 ...... ,.....96, Webber, Robbie 131 .,... ....,. . Weems, Billy 131 ....... .....14O, Weems, Elaine 111. ......... ..... Weitenbach, Bonnie 121 Weir, Harry 121 ......,, ,. Welborn, Gail 121 .....,.,.,............. weigh, toner 121 ......... 104,105,110, weigh, Men, 111 ....... 27,53,115,193, 169 169 184 169 195 195 169 169 169 169 169 169 169 195 169 195 169 184 169 195 169 184 195 184 184 195 184 195 128 169 169 195 195 169 195 195 169 169 184 170 170 184 195 184 170 184 195 184 170 185 196 184 184 184 170 184 196 196 196 170 170 184 196 170 184 184 170 184 170 184 184 184 170 170 196 184 184 184 184 196 x 'Q hifi. Welborn, Jim 121 Wells, Erskine 121...... ..... 147,184 Wells, Kenneth 131 ,... . .......170 Wells, Melissa 131 ..............,......., 170 Welty, Mary Alice 131 37,47,92,105,170 Wendelsdorf, Kim 111 .,......, Wendelsdorf, Scott 131..... Wer keiser, Broa ks Westbrook, Glenn 121 ....,. Westhater, Judy 131 ...... Whatley, Lana 131 ........ ., Whigham, Donnie 121 ......... vvmie, Bill 121 ...,.,.......... White, David 121 ....... White, Diana 121. ...... . .... ..........196 .....103,170 .....184 .....170 ..........170 ,.........184 .102,103,1B4 ..,..103,185 .....,.,..185 White, Greg 121 ....,.......... 104,125,185 White, Larry 131 57,96,120,140,142,159 170 White, Nancy 121 ....... .......... 1 85 White, Nancy 121 ...,... ............ 1 85 Whitfield, Ben 131 ...... .,..106,134,170 Whitsett, Lucy 121 ....... Wideman, Nan 121 ....... Wiener, Mildred 111 ..... .........,185 .....185 .......196 Wiggers, Gary 111 ..... ..... 1 45,196 Wilburn, Steve 131 vvaiey, amy 131 ...... Wilkins, Lynda 111 ,.... Wilkinson, Jim 111 ...... Wilkinson, Kent 121 ....... .......170 .,.,.l70 .....196 . .,.. 196 .......185 Wilkinson, Patsy 131 ..... ..,.. 1 04,170 Williams, Butch 131 ....... .....,. 1 70 Williams, Brenda 131 .... ..... 1 04,170 Williams, chap 131 ..... ...,.,, 1 70 Williams, Dell 121 ...... Williams, Gary 111.. Williams, Gene 121.. Williams, Iris 111 .... Williams, Judy 111... williams, Kathy111. Williams, Kay 131 Williams, Lynn 111... Williams, Morris 131 Williams, Mynan 111 Williams, Perry 131.. Williams, Sherry 131 Williams, Shirley 121 ..... Williams, Steve 121.. Wilson, Allan 121 Wilson, Bob 111 ...., Wilson, Carl 131 ..... Wilson, Dana 131, .... .. Wilson, Glen 121 Wilson, J. W, 121 .....185 .....196 ,,,,.185 .....196 .....196 .....196 .....171 .....196 .....171 .,.,.196 .....171 .....171 ..........185 .,.,........185 103,118,185 ..........196 ...,.171 .....171 ........185 .....125,185 Wilson, John 121 ...........,,... 103,185 Wilson, Paul13154,56,94,96,125,135,136 171 Wiltshire, BiIl1l1 ..... ....,.. 1 03,196 Wiltshire, Lee 131 ....... ....,., 1 71 Wimberly, Dan 121 ..... .,.. 1 85 Windels, Jane 131 .,.... ....... 1 71 Windels, Marty 111 ,.,,.............. 96,196 Winders, Mary Garnett 111 ........,... 196 Windsor, Alton 121 ................. 175,185 Windsor, Sue 131.. ........ . ....,. 171 Winstead, Sandra 111 ....... ...... . 196 Winter, Patti 111 ......,. ......... 1 96 wage, Nat121 .,.,.,.. ....,.. 1 13,185 Wisner, Janie 111 ....... ......... 1 96 Withers, Bill 131 ........ ....... 1 71 Witherspoon, Joe 121 ..... ......... 1 85 Witt, Charles 121 ....... ....... 1 46,185 witty, Bing 131 .,............. ..,... 5 7,171 Wohlgemuth, Jimmy 131 ....... ....... 1 71 Wolfe, Bebe 111 Womack, Noel 131 ...,. ....... 1 04,171 Womack, Rob 121 ...... ......... 1 B5 Wood, Walter 111 ......,. ....... 1 25,196 Woodlifi, George 121 ...... ....... 1 85 Woods, James 131 ..,,.,.,. ...... 5 6,171 Woodward, Marcia 111 ,.,.. ....... 1 96 Woodward, Susan 131 .,..., ....... 1 71 Wooldridge, Betty 131 ...... ....... 1 71 Woolley, Ann 121 ...... .... 1 85 Wooten, Jesse 131 ...... .... 1 71 Woolen, Mike 121 ...... .... 1 B5 Word, Lynda 121 ,...... .... 1 85 Wray, Mary Gail 131 ..... .... 1 71 Wray, Percy 121 ........ ..., 1 85 Wright, Cindy 121 ..,,.. .... 1 85 Wright, George 131 ....... .... 1 71 wright, John 121 ........ .,.. 1 as Wyatt, Lee 121 .......... .... 1 85 Y Yarbro, Brenda 111,... ....196 Yarbro, Judy 111 .,..... ..... 1 96 Veoger, Charles 111 ....... .,... 1 96 Young, Linda Kay 121 ................... 185 Young, Scott 131 ............ 34,47,104,17l Young, Wayne 121 .... .............. 185 Z Zeagler, Sherry 131 Zimmerman, Anne 111 ...... ..... 1 96 207 Q s Twelve months ago this yearbook had its be- ginning -the beginning ot an entirely new concept in annuals. We have attempted to make the R6sum6 imaginatively "alive" through realism in photogra- phy and romanticism in layout make-up. The work was hard, the hours, long . . .but we enioyed every minute. Now, here is your R6sum6 Our only request is that you treasure this yearbook-a constant re- minder ot youth, excitement, and vigor.. .ot days you wish you can relive.. .you cannot-but this yearbook can. Bill Sims We want to express our appreciation to those people who have made our work much easier. . .to Mrs. Dorothy Bermeio, who was our representative at the yearbook plant.. .to Mr. Julian Hend- rick, who was our liason with the American Yearbook Company ...to the photographers at Pippen's Studio, who were patient in arranging l5OO pictures. . .to Mr. Irving Lloyd, who gave us valu- able information on photography.. .and a very special thanks to Mr. and Mrs. John C. Underwood and to Mr. and Mrs. William D. 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