Peabody Demonstration School - Volunteer Yearbook (Nashville, TN)

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Our s77A12a myafezg ever femazlry Sfrony as our Uozees Cdmby My name 77 THE 1964 PEABODY DEMONSTRATION SCHOOL Nashville, Tennessee OLUNTEER CONTENTS Administration Classes Organizations Features Sports Advertising Teach" Mi Howard Stubblefield, better known as DEDICATION Miss Bernice Huggins, known affectionate- ly to Peabody students as "Teach," has been at PDS almost forty years, and during those years she has become a Peabody tra- dition. The first things a student learns on entering PDS are the meaning of the letters "SAC" and 'tTeach." Under her guidance the girls, athletic department has become an important part of the Peabody curricu- lum. "Teach" is as much a part of Peabody as the columns themeslves. Coach" to all the boys, has strived to im- prove the boys' athletic department during the nine years that he has been at Peabody. "Coach" has served PDS in many different ways, as a teacher, as a leader, and as a friend. Coach's main aim has been to instill in every boy the desire for self-improve- ment, not only on the athletic field, but also on the field of life. To Coach and Teach we, the Senior Class of 1964, dedicate this Annual. "Coach M., Dr. W. K. McCharen Dr. R. O. Beauchamp Director Associate Director AC U LTY ws M-., as in Miss Nelle Ballentine Miss N. L. Bernard Mrs. E. H. Bowers Mr. L. Bradley Miss Jean Burdick B,A., M.A. Study Hall Certificate B.S., M.A. B.S., M.A. English d'Etudes Secondaire Science Math French 'W-nr " ZW' dhw-1' I ,Qi I K r QQ Wfvqigfghki ' 'af ' " . VS.-f X B exif, Mrs. Marion Donaldson Mr. V. Durrance Mrs. Thelma Felton Mr. F. Ford Mrs. Eleanor Hitchcock Librarian B.S., M.A. School Secretary Study Hall B.S. Science English 5 Dr. B. S. Holden Miss Bernice Huggins Mr. Eugene Hughes Mr. R. L. Kammerud B.S., M.A., Ph.D. B.S., M.A. Math B.S., M.A. Social Studies Physical Education Math Mrs. R. L. Kammerud Miss R. L. Kennedy Mrs. G. H. Lundberg Mr. O. C. Peery B.A., M.A. B.A., M.A. B.A., M.A. A.B., M.A. English History Math Latin Mr. Luther Ralph Mr. H. C. Rogers Mrs. Janera Sayle Dr. Helen Shane B.S., M.A. B.A., M.A. B.M.E., M.A. B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Art Geography Music French, Spanish .qv-we Mr. Jacob Shapiro Mr. Robert Snyder Mr. Howard Stuhblefield Mrs. J. D. Tyler Study Hall School Policeman B.S., M.A. B.A. Physical Education English 25? ff . . . Zim as ffe f1O.x' INAIKA ever .s'Ac1ff6u Zzhcffkzy our Aecufs fo QIUCA QIAQ1' anff 16041 77 Gkxs QS v P 3 ruuruu ns 'S .,.., SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: CSeatedJ Disa Henrysdottir, Historiang Eddie Tipton President, Margo Paty, Secretary, CStandingJ Al Lowe, Vice-Preisidentg Lyle Greer Sgt.-at-Armsg Keith Peterson, Treasurer. C LASS O F ' 64 Jewel Angus Entered PDS as Senior from West. Press Club lg French Club 2g Dramatic Club 25 Homecoming Committee 3. Steven Anderson Entered PDS as Freshman from Overton. French Club 1, 2, 3g Math Team 25 Science Club 3. 8 SENIORS Allan D. Bass, Jr. Entered PDS as a Sophomore from Hillwood. Latin Club 1, 2, PDS Science Fair, 1st Place 2, Mid- Tenn. Science Fair, 3rd Place 2, NEDT Cert. 2, Science Club 2, Chorus 3, 4, Jr. Ach. fPres. of Co.J 3, 4, V. Pres. Achievers As- sociation 4. Robert Bjork Entered PDS as a Senior from Hillsboro. A-Team Baseball 1, B- Team Basketball 2, A-Team Bas- ketball 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, German Club 2, 3, Track 2. Cynthia Brightwell Entered PDS as a Sophomore from D 0 n el s 0 n. Home Room Treasurer 1, Spanish Club 2, Cho- rus 3, 4, All-State Chorus 4, Madri- gals 4, Paw rint 4, Office Staff. Evelyn Frances Butler Entered PDS as a Senior from St. Cecilia. Basketball 1, 2, Tennis 1, 2, Soccer 1, 2, 3, Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, Hockey 2, 3, Speech Club 1, Glee Club 1, Library Club 1, 3, Latin Club 1, Wittiest 4. Maureen Eddy Carr Science Club 2, French Club 2, 3, 4, Volunteer 4, Pep Club 4, Best Dressed. Richard Cashion Entered PDS as a Junior from Lipscomb. CMA 1, Wrestling 1, Science Fair, 2nd Place 2, Span- ish Club 3. 9 SENIORS Robert Henry Chilton Entered PDS as Junior from MBA, Football 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 1, 25 Track 1, 25 Intramurals 35 Spanish Club 3, 45 Science Club 35 Best Dressed 4. Barclay Cunningham Entered PDS as Senior from Cen- terville. Class Officer 1, 2, 35 Bas- ketball 1, 25 4-H Club 1, 2, 35 Football 35 Boy's State 3. Charles Roy DeArk Entered PDS as Senior from Mad- ison College Academy. Member of Amer. Temperance Society. Craige DeMoss Entered PDS as Senior from MBA. Football 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 15 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 35 Paper Staff 15 Foren- sics 2, 35 Spanish Club 45 A-Team fTrainerD. Martha Dozier Entered PDS as Senior from Ash- land Centralg Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Paper Staff 1, 2, 3. Nan Eisenstein B-Team Cheerleader5 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 CCapt.J5 Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Athletic Council 2, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Science Club 25 Gallery 35 Volunteer 45 Most Ath- letic. l O SENIORS Suzanne Elson Entered PDS as a Sophomore from Greenwich, Conn. Chorus 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4iCapt.J, Student Council 1, 2, Madrigrals 1, French Club 1, 2, 3, Science Club 1, Class V. Pres. 1, Ath. Council 1, 2, Pep Club 4, Volun- teer, Joseph France Entered PDS as a Freshman and Senior. Latin Club 1, Math Team 1, Paw Print 4. Mary Jane Frew Entered PDS as a Sophomore from Garfield High. Honor Roll 1, Swimming 2, Latin Club 2, 3, JCL 2, 3, Paw Print ,Exchange Ed.J 3, 4, Volunteer 4. Stephen L. Furman Science Fair fHon. Men.J 1, Sci- ence Club 1, 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Golf Team QAlt.J 2, 3, Tennis Team 2, 4, Most Talented. Judy Elaine Graves SAC 1, 2, 3, 4 iSec.b, French Club 1, 2, Science Fair, Hon. Men. 2, Intramurals 3, 4 fCaptJ, Class Officer 2, 3, Pep Club 3, Library Club 3, Cheerleader 4, Valentine Court 2, Queen 4, Vounteer 4 fPhotog. Ed.J, Ath. Council 4, Best All Around 4. Thomas Lyle Greer Entered PDS as a Junior from Lipscomb. Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Sci- ence Club 1, Student Council 1, Science Fair, 2nd Place 2, NEDT Cert. 2, Basketball 3, Class Officer 4, Most School Spirit 4. l l l SENICRS Susan Elisabeth Hammonds Library Staff 1, 2, French Club 1, 2, 3, Science Club 2, NEDT Cert. 1, 2, Paw Print 3, 4 fFeat. Edd, Chorus 3, Girl's State 3, NCTE Cert. 4, S.AC 4, Gallery 4 QCo-Ed,J, Volunteer 4, 1Copy ECU, Library Club 4, Merit Sch- olarship Finalist, Most Likely to Succeed 4. Hjordis Henrysdottir Entered PDS from Iceland. Cheer- leader 4, Class Officer 4. Patricia Hiestand Swimming 1, French Club 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, Chorus 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Library Club 4, Vol- unteer 4, Pep Club 4. James Holland Entered PDS as a Senior from Castle Heights. Latin Club 2, Wrestling 2, 3, Track 2, 3, Top Ten Percent Military Treasury, DeMolay, Spanish Club 2. Shirley Jane Hopton Latin Club 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 4, Science Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Office Staff 4, Volunteer 4. Patricia Brooks Huffman Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Library 1, 3, QV. Pres.J, Science Club 2, Paw Print 3, 4, CSports Sz News Ed.J, Volunteer igAiivertising Ed.J 4, Intramurals l2 -n-.,,,4u-Q if KR 4--9 SENIORS James Howard Huggins Entered PDS as a Sophomore from Cavert. School Paper 13 Track 1, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 4 iCapt.l3 Basketball 2, 33 Spanish Club 3, 4 fPres.D3 Fire Patrol 4. John William Hund Entered PDS as a Sophomore from BGA. Football 13 Basketball 1, 3, 43 Baseball 13 Latin Club 1, 2g Track 1, 33 Spanish Club 1, 2. Jamie Olivia Kestner Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 QCapt.D3 French Club 1, 23 SAC 13 Class Officer 1, 23 Science Club 23 Lib- rary Club 23 Office Staff 3, 43 Volunteer fBus. Managerj. Sherri Diane Kraft Entered PDS as a Sophomore from Cavert. Math Team 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 2fSgrt. at Arms53 Class Officer 13 Cheerleader 13 Annual, Newspaper Ed. 13 Chorus 1, 2, 33 NEDT Cert. 2, 33 Spanish Club 3, 4 fPres.J3 Paw Print 33 Gallery 4 fCo-Ed.l3 Pep Club 4g Volunteer 4 fCopy Ed.J3 Merit Finalist 43 Most Talented 4. Francine Kaplan Entered PDS as a Junior from Tullahoma. Science Club 1, 23 La- tin Club 1, 23 Intramurals 13 Band 1, 23 Glee Club 13 Girls' Sextet 13 Dramatics Club 23 Chorus 43 French Club 3, 4lV. Pres.J3 Mad- rigals 4g All-State Chorus 43 Volunteer 4. Carole B. Kuhn Latin Club 1, 2g Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Science Club 23 Tennis Team 2, 3, 43 Paw Print 2, 3, 43 CGirls' Sport Ed.D3 Spanish Club 3, 43 Gallery 33 Volunteer. I3 .Si- Navi TTS? PYP' fwfb SENIORS Thomas P. Lawrence Entered PDS as a Sophomore from Hillwood. Latin Club 1, 2, Shop Club 1, Spanish Club 1, 2, Basketball 33 Golf Team 3, 4, Vol- unteer 4. Donald Peck Leslie Class Officer 1, 2, 3, Latin Club lg Valentine Court lg NEDT Cert. 2, 35 SAC 2, 43 Basketball 2, 3, Golf Team 2, 3, 45 Science Club 23 Intramurals fCapt.J 4, Volunteer fEd.J 4, TASC Conv. Sara Ann Leventhal Entered PDS as a Junior from Bowling Green, Ky. SAC 1, GAL Club 1, 2, Tennis 1, 25 Latin Club 1, 23 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate 15 Beta Club 2, Cotillion Club 23 NEDT Cert. 3, Volunteer 4 QLay- Out Ed.Jg Paw Print 4, Gallery 4, Teen Scene 4, French Club 3, 4. Alvin F. Lowe Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 15 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Valen- tine Court 2, King 4, SAC 3, 43 Track 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Volunteer QSports Ed.j 4, Best All Around 4. Linda K aye Lynn Entered PDS as a Freshman from Overton. Band 1, 23 Orchestra 1, 2, Science Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 3. Emily Ann Magid Cheerleader 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 NEDT Cert. 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Tennis Team 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 4, Volunteer fAssistant Lay-Outb 4. lA 'W' 'imfuv 'V 'Q' Fw wufrk SENIORS Frances Elaine Magid SAC 1, Ath. Council 1, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Cheerleader 1, 4fAlt.l, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 fCapt.J: Valentine Court 1, Clinic Bowl Queen 4, Science Club 2, Paw Print 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, NEDT Cert. 3, Teen Scene 4, Vol- unteer 4 flfeatures Ed.J, Best Looking. John William Marcus Entered PDS as a Junior from New Orleans. School Paper 1, 2, Band 1, 2, Honors Monogram 1, 2, NEDT Cert. 1, 2, English Award 1, 2, Science Fair 1, 2f1st Placel, Track 1, Debate Autio- Visual Club 3, French Club 3, 4. Richard R. Metsker Entered PDS as a Senior from Hillsboro. Football 1, Basketball 1, Latin Club 2, 3, Jr. Ach. 2, 3, .Art Club 3, Pep Club 3, Hi-Y 3. Patti Lynn Morris Cheerleader 1, Latin Club 1- French Club 2, 3, Service Club 2? Intramurals 3, 4, Tennis Team 3 4, Volunteer. 1 1 Beverly G. Nelson Latin Club 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, Science Club 2, NEDT Cert. 2, French Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Paw Print 3, Pep Club 4, Office Staff 4, Vol- unteer 4, Friendliest 4. Marvin Michael Nixon Entered PDS as a Sophomore from East. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, Class Officer 1, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, JCL 3, Volunteer 4, Most Athletic. l5 'Y SENIORS Robert Newton O'Callahan Entered PDS as a Senior from Hillsboro. Football 15 Fire Patrol 4 QChiefJ. William F. Orr Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Math Team 1, 2, 3, 4, 5th Place in State 2, 2nd Place in State 35 NEDT Cert. 1, 2, Class Officer 2, SAC 2, 3fTreas.J, 4 fPres.Dg Science Fair, 5th Place, Latin Club 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Mad- rigals 4, Most Outstanding Senior. Ann Idelle Ottarson Entered PDS as a Junior from Hillsboro. Dramatics 1, 2, Home Economics Club 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 23 Pep Club 2, Intramurals 25 Volunteer. Margaret Del Paty Entered PDS as a Sophomore from Hillsboro. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 1, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Swimming Club 2, 3, 4, NEDT Cert. 3g Span- ish Club 3, 4, Class Officer 4, Office Staff 45 Scorekeeper 4, Volunteer QSports Ed.Dg Most School Spirit 4. Keith Douglas Peterson Basketball 11B-Team Mgr.J 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 23 NEDT Cert. 1, 2, JCL 1, 2, Science Club 2, Golf Team 2, 3, 4, Gallery 3, 4fBus. Man.Jg Class Officer 43 Volunteer CLay-Out Ed.Jg Best Personality. Leonard William Pollard Entered PDS as a Senior from Hopkinsville. Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Football 25 JCL 2, 3, Wittiest. l6 if? SENIORS Mary Carolyn Pulley Latin Club l, 25 JCL 1, 25 Chorus 1, 2, 4g NEDT Cert. lg Volunteer 4g French Club 3, 4. Th0mas F. Ramsey Entered PDS as a Sophomore from Castle Heights. Band 1, French Club 3, 4. Nina Rasch Entered PDS as a Sophomore from St. Bernard. Jr. Great Books Club 1g Art Club 1g Latin Club 13 Riding' Team 2, 3, 45 Swimming: Team 2, French Club 2, 2, 45 Paw Print 4. John Keller Rau Entered PDS as a Sophomore from MBA. Class Officer 1, 35 Student Council lg Football 1, La- tin Club 2, 35 Science Club 25 In- tramurals 4 1Capt.J. Mary Inez Ray Entered PDS as a Junior from Glencliff. Chorus 1, 2, 33 Jr. Ach. 3, Paw Print 4g Volunteer 4, Span- ish Club 4. Elizabeth Rodenhauser Entered PDS as a Junior from Hillsboro. Y-Teens 1, 2g Dramatic Clubg Art Club 1, 2g Future Home- makerls Club 1, 25 Future Teachers' Clubg Pep Club 25 Intramurals 23 'Science Club 2. i7 SENIORS Karen Joy Sampson Entered PDS as a Junior from Hillsboro. Art Club 1, 2, Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Paw Print 4. Norman Martin Schklar Entered PDS as a Sophomore from Murfreesboro Central. Latin Club 1, Drama Club 1, Band 1, Science Club 1, Spanish Club 3. Howard Shapiro Entered PDS as a Sophomore from Chicago. Art Council 1, Ger- man Club 1, Cross Country 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 1, 2, NEDT Cert. 2, Science Fair 2, 2nd Place, State Decathalon 2, 2nd Place, French Club 3, 4, Paw Print 4 QSports Ed.l, Volunteer. Robert A. Sharp Latin Club 1, 2, JCL 1, 2, In- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, CD Club 2, Tennis 4, Track 4. Carole Ann Siegrist Entered PDS as a Junior from Hillsboro. Intramurals 1, 2, 4, Drama Club 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Volunteer 4. Frances Kent Solin Class Officer 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, NEDT Cert. 1, 2, Cheer- leader 1, 3, 4 QCO-Captb 4, Span- ish Club 2, 3, Merit Finalist 3, Office Staff 3, 4, Gallery 3, 4 fArt Ed.J, State Spanish Contest, 1st Place, GSMT 3, SAC 4, QV. Presb 4, Volunteer 4, fLay-Out Ed.D, Valentine Court 3, Most Outstand- ing 4. I8 19 SENIORS Sandra Elizabeth Stone Entered PDS as a Sophomore from Overton. NEDT 1, 2, JCI, 1, 2, Big O Staff, Chorus 2, 33 Science Fair, fHon. Men.D 2, In- tramurals 2, 3, 4 fCapt.Jg Spanish Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 43 Teen Topics 3, 4, A-Team Scorekeeper 3, 4, Ath. Council 43 Cheerleader 4 fAlt.J. Edmond Franklin Tipton Entered PDS as a Junior from Hillsboro. Track 1, 2gBasketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Officer 1, 3, 45 Civitan Club 2, Football 2, Span- ish Club 3, Math Team 35 Friend- liest. Brian Ashford Tolmie Entered PDS as a Junior from Hendersonville. asketball 1, 2, 4, Science Club 2, Annual Staff 23 French 3, 4 fPres.Jg Tennis 3, 4, Best Looking 4. Kay Van Cleeff Entered PDS as a Junior from Memphis. Student Council 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, In- tramurals 3, 4, Volunteer 4, Best Personality 4. Sally Vaughn Cheerleader 1 CAlt.Jg Latin Club lg Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4fCaptJ, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4g Most Courteous 4. Anne Carole Walker Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, SAC 4. SE IORS David Howard Ward Latin Club 1, 2g Science Club lg NEDT 1, 2, Math Team 1, 3rd Place in Davidson County, 2 flst in State, Plane Geometryj 3 ilst in State, Algebrajg Merit Finalist 4, Gallery 4 QCO-Ed.J3 Most Like- ly to Succeed 4. Lawrence W. Whitlock Entered PDS as a Sophomore from Groveton High. Spanish Club 1, 2g Mat., Club lg Science Club 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 43 Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 45 Most Courteous. Marvin Lee Wilker Class Officer 15 A-Team CMgr.J 1, Latin Club 1, 2, Track 1, 25 SAC 1, 3, NEDT 1, 2, Basketball 2, 3, 45 Tennis 3, 45 Valentine Court 33 French Club 3, 4. Sue Rene Zimmerman Latin Club 1, 2, Intramurals 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Paw Print 33 Volunteer 4. Not Pictured: Lura Bird John C. Buntin Eva Dannenbauer James Hitchman Donna Kolb Katie VanderVlugt Gail Ann Winek 20 HE WE ERE YOU Judy- Sara E if X Q Y 4 Sandra Margo E. Q 1 2521 J 2 55 E E - E z 1 ' ,, - ::' E g M E W Solin Brian 21 G Keith Lyle dw 5 ..:, . an fn '14 ,ini Magid A1 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Cl. to r.J: Ken Jost, Sgt.-at-Arms, Terry Katrman, Treasurerg Tom Martin, Presidentg Sherry Ezell, Secretaryg John Scott, V. President. Tennis Team 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 11S1van.Cll1b 2: 4Pi'es.b: NEDT Cert. 2: ln- tramurals 1, 2. 3. XTHOMAS BATES CLASS OF '6 B-Team, A-Team Cheerlead- er 2, 3: SAC Rep. 1, 2, il: NEDT Cert. 1, 2: Latin Club 1, 2: French Club 2, 3: Alb. Council 2: Intramurals 1, 2: Class Basketball 1, 2. 3: Paw Print Il: Gallery 1Cir. E111 3. JO ANN BERNARD Entered PDS as 11 Junior from Hendersonville. Band Council 1: llaml 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 1 : Scienre Club 1: Pep Band 1, 2, il. DANE BRYANT Latin Club 1. Il: Svicuc-c ub 2: 'l'l'z1ck Team il. ARCHIE CARNEY up-mf DONALD CARTER B-Tvam Baskvtball Mpzl'. 13 A-Team Myrr. 2: Audio Vis- ual Club 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Rifle Team anal Club 1, 2, Cl: Track Tvam 1, 2, :a. Entervcl PDS as a Junior from Harpcth Hall. Triarl Club 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2: Fr. Club 3: Sz-ivuce Club 3 3 Library Club fig Stuflont Asst. in Libx'ai'y il. BONNIE JEAN DUNCAN EY ..,, N. fl?" uqnam. TOMMY CASH Entervrl PDS as a Juuim' frnrn BGA. 'l'1':u-k 1 : Foul- ball Mgr. 1, 23 Math Cun- tvsi 1, 2: NVI1-stliuJ.5 23 Iu- lr'arnurals 1, 2: Beta Club 1, 23 Class Slllrerlativv 2: Lat. Medal 2 : Spanish Club 3. 1u CAROLE UATHCART Erltvrerl PDS as a Sopho- rnurv from Hillwuml. Pup Club 1, Latin Club 1, 2: French Club fi: Scivnvv Club 2, Tl: NEDT Cert. 1 I Y-'l'm-nw 1. JU IORS Entvrcrl PDS as a Sopho- more from Lebanon. L-Club 1 3 Varsity Basketball 1 3 FTA 1: Latin Club 1, 2: Scienvc Club Z : Library Club 25 Chorus 2, Zi: Mall- Viuals 3: F 1' 0 n 0 h Club lPi'0s.i 33 SAC Rep. 213 Paw Print 1I.ay-out F1fl.l 14. 'SHERRY EZELL Emerml PDS as a .luuiur frum Plillsboru. MICHAEL FRANKS RANDY DOZIER auish Club 2: Vhorus ' aflriixals Il: Sgrauixh Club Paw Print il: lutramu ral-4 SZ. SVZANNE HARRISON pr., JOE GAYDEN ROBERT GESSLER Latin Club 1, 23 Spanish Rifle Team 1, 2: Latin Club 2 1 2 gp h C11 2 S Club 3: Science Club 'Z Valentine Kina: Rev. 2: B- Team Basketball 1, 2: A- Team Basketball il. Entered PDS as a Junior from Harpeth Hall. Ariston Club l, 2: Club, Class Cheerleader 1gRir1ing School 2: Basketball 2 3 Hockey 2, Volleyball 21 ln- tramurals 2: Spanish Club 3. BARBARA HALL , 1 . anis luv 'Q fri- ence Fair Second Prize 1. BILLY GRIZZARD Entered PDS as a Junior from BGA. Baseball 1 3 B- Team Basketball 3: French Club Il: Secretary 3. JU ICRS Chorus 1, 2: French Club 1, 2, 3: NEDT Cert. 1, 2: lst Place Biology Div., Sci- ence Fair 23 Math Team Alt. 2: Paw Print 2: Gal- lery CAssoc'. Ed.1 GINNY HAMMONDS Entc-rerl PDS as a Junior from Harpeth Hall. Ariston Club 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2. LINDA HARRISON DON GUYTON Entered PDS as a Sophomore from Ryan. Audio-V i s u a l Club 23 Secretary and 'Fleas- urcr of Audio-Visual Club 3. Latin Club 1, 2: NEDT Cert, 1, 2: 3111 Pl. Gen. Sci. Div, iirzl Pl, Biology Div, Sci. Fair 1, 2: School Def. Club 1: Math Team 2, 3: Audio-Visual 1, 2. JOHN HOGE 24 tg..-' JAMES HORNER PAUL HYMAN Scienee Club l, 2, 35: Span- French Club I, 2: Spanish ish Club 3: Science Club Club, Treasurer il: NEDT Fair Honorable Mention 1 3 Certificate 1, 2: Third Plm-e. Travk Team 3. Science Fair 2. Entered PDS as Z1 Junior from Hillwoofl. Lat. Club 1: Suanish Club 2, TS: Cirl's Chorus 13 Forensic Club I 1 Art Club 2. LAURA KATZ KENNETH IVEY Entered PDS :is :i Sophomim- from West. JCI, 15 Math Team I, 2: French Club, Sevretary 2: NEIJT Certifi- cate 2: Paw Print Busint-ws Mfzr. 33 Gallery Assistant Editor 24. JLINIORS Math 'Team 1, 2, 21: B-Team Cheerleader: A-Team Cheer- leader 2, 33 Class Treas, 2. 3: Fr. Club I, 2, 33 Vice Pres. 2: NEDT Certificate I, 2: SAC 2: Gallery 2, C33 Paw Print 3: I.ib, Club Zig Spanish Club 23 Intramu- rals. TERRY KATZMAN Chorus 1, 2: Srit-nee Fair First Place: Latin Club Z: Gallery Staff Ifltlitm' Ji. JOY KERRICK Al' 25 KENNETH .IOST Entert-cl PDS :is :i Smuuhonirwv from Iiailey. Math Contest First Prize l: Math Conti-mt Sevminl Place in State 27 Math Tenrn 34: French Club PM-s. 743 Paw Print Reimp- ter 2, Paw Print C0-Erlitfwi' 3g SAC Zi: Pep Iiunrl 3, Entvreml PDS :is za Junior from Knvreu. tflwrli-A I, 2, II: Musis' Club I, 2. filarlriirzils 31 I'i:um Soloist 34. C'Hl'N MYIING KIM "urs, QP' , 'N ' HAROLD KING NANCY KROHN SHERRIE LANGFORD Entered PDS as a Junior Entered PDS as a Freshman Chorus I, 2. from MBA. Football 1, 25 from Pine Crest School, Baseball 1, 23 Wrestling: 1, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Latin 2. Club 1, 2. Entered PDS as a Sophomore from Hillsboro. Riding Team 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 3. BETTY MCCLELLAND Winn...-Q JU IORS Swimrninx: Club 1 3 Pop Club 1, 2: Intramurals 1, 25 Class Basketball 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 2. CELIA McCLURKIN Entered PDS as a Junior from MBA. Jr. Varsity Base- ball 2: Rifle Team 2: Span- ish Club 3: Track 3. EDWARD McGAVOCK "'lK..,b--W ,.,.. ., DIANE LA PENNA Entered PDS as a Junior from Hillwuod. Latin Club 1: Glce Club 1, 2: Science Club 15 Hillwood Topics 21 Spanish Club 3: Shamrock Dance Attendant 2: Intramu- rals. Latin Club 1: Spanish Club 35 Paw Print llhotourapher Ii: Intramurals l, 2, 3. BILL MCSWINEY is-w-A JOHN MALLERNEE Entered PDS as a Junior from BGA. Basketball 1: Intramurals 1, 2: B-Team Basketball 3, Latin Club 1, 2: NEDT Cert. 1, 25 Math Team 1: French Club 2, 3: State JCL Parliamentarian 3: Science Club 3: Peabody String Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Paw Print 3. EDWARD MENDELSOHN TOM MARTIN Latin Club 11 Rifle Team 15 Chorus 1, 2, Zig Marl- rigals 2, 3g All-State Chorus 2, 3: SAC 2, 3: Gallery 2, 35 Class Pres. 3: B-Team Basketball 23 A-Team Bass ketball 3. SUSANNE MAYS French Club 1, 22 Chorus 1 2 JU IORS Entered PDS as a Sophomore from VVest. West Wind Staff 1: Nat'l Jr. Honor Society 13 Paw Print 2, 34: NEDT Cert. 23 French Club 2, 3. MONA MITCHELL Entered PDS as a Sophomore from Central Hiuh, Fayette- ville, Tenn. Latin Club 1, 2: Band 15 Synchronized Swim- ming 23 Intramurals 3. LYNN MULI-IOLLEN MICHAEL MELOAN Entered PDS as za Junior from BCA. NEDT Cert, 1, 2: Latin Club 3. Entered PDS as a .Iuniur from San Marino, Cal. Var- sity lfmvtlwall 1, LZ: Pep Banrl 1, 2, IS: NEDT Vert. 2: French Club 3. LARRY NEWUFON N-.L , KEVIN NICHOLAS LINDA PULLEY DAVID RALPH Rifle Team 1: NEDT Award Latin Club 1, 23 Latin His- 1, 23 French Club 1, 2: torian 2: NEDT Certificate 1'hircl Place, Biology Divi- sion, Science Fair 2. French Club 1, 2, 3: Sci- ence Club 23 Paw Print 3: Gallery 33 Hon. Mention, Mid. Tenn. Science Fair 2: B-Team Cheerleader 1: In- tramurals 1, 2, 3: Class Basketball I, 2, 3: Athletic Council Rep. 1, Zi: Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, fCo-Captain! 2. STEPHANIE RIVEN JU IORS French Club 1, 2 3 Library Club 1, 2, 33 1V. Pres.J: Chorus 1: Gallery fi. MARTHA RODDY wa., u. KAREN RANSOM Entered PDS as a Junior from Lipscomb. Library Club 13 Latin Club 1, 2: Spanish Club Ser. Zi: NEDT Certificate I : Pen Club 2. Latin Club 1, 23 French Snanish Club 1, 2: lVic0 Club 32 Scielire Club 2: PVCSJI NEI-JT U0!'lifiC8126 2 I!-Team Mur. 1: I3-Team ll-Team Mgr. 23 A-Team Basketball IS. Mgr. 3. JAMES ROTHBERG PHIL SADLER JOHN SCOTT MARGARET STEELE Entered PDS as a. Sonho- Class Secretary 1: Chorus more. lntramurzils 1, 2, Entered PDS as a Junior from Cavert Junior High School. JAMES TAYLOR "i 'Wh-we JU Intramurals 13 'I'racl-Q Tea 1, 2, 3. RONNIE TAYLOR Qin-fl JOEL STERN 24 Entc-roll PDS :Ls a Junior YU from Hillwoml. Newspzxlxt-r Staff 1, 23 Science Club 2g Latin Club 3: Prince of Shamrock 2. IORS Entvrf-d PDS as a Junior from Harpcth Hall. Anrhur Club 1, 2: Cheerleader 1: Club Basketball 1: Club Hockey 23 Nl'1D'l' Cert. l, 2: French Club 14 1 Scienvo Club 3. DOROTHY VAN SANT MARK ST UMPF SAC Hcp. l, 2 4'l'l'1':Ksb 3 1 Latin Club 1 3 Frenvh Club Ll, 34: Class V. Pres. Z: N1-IDT Cert, 1, 2: State French Cunt. VVinnor l 1 Paw Print 2, 5i1Co-l-111.3 3 Math Team 25 B-Team Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, Entered PDS as a Sophomore from Harpcth Hall, Glue Club 1: Eccowasin Club 1: Honor Roll 13 Latin Club LI, lV. Pr0s.jg French Club 23 In- tramurals 35 Paw Print Si. MARIETTA VVALDRUM 29 WILLIAM WALKER Entered PDS as a Junior from Madison. Forensics 1, 23 Band l, 2: Pep Band 3: Science Club 13 Debate Team 2: Audio-Visual Club 2, 33 Tennis Team 3: Honor Monitor 1, 2. Entered PDS as a Sophomore from Cavert. Science Club I: French Club 2, 3: NEDT Cert. 2. PAUL WRIGHT DOUGLAS ANN WEBB Entered PDS as a Junior from Gomllettsrille. Library Staff 15 Rowling Team 23 Madrigals 3: Latin Club 33 Chorus 3. 'US MARTHA WEESNER Entered PDS as a Junior from Memphis. Triad Hoc- key Team l : JCL l : Art Club 1, 2: Latin Club 23 Fr. Club 2, 33 Sci-Math Club 2 3 Gallery 3 : Paw Print 3. JU IORS Entered PDS as a Sophomore from Treveeca. Class Treas- urer lg Rifle Club 2: Latin Club 3g Fire Patrol 3. GERALD YORK 30 Class SHt.'11l.-AI'Yl'lS 1 : Class Pres. 2: Latin Club 1 l'V. Pres.l 2: French Club 2, 3: QV. Pres! 1 Science Club 2g Tennis Team 2, 3: SAC 15 NEDT Certificate I, 2. HENRY ZIBART 179 CHARLES WILSDORF Entered PDS as a .Iunim Privilege List 1, 2: Hanoi Guard 2 : Squad Leader 2. Class V. Pres. l: Class Treas. 2: Latin Club 1, 2: lTreas.b: French Club 2, 3: lTreas,l 3 I3-Team Basketball 2, 3. MICHAEL ZIBART from TMI. Best Platoon 1: SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Cl. to r.D: Dan Eisenstein, Presidentg Frank Sain, Sgt.-at-Armsg Juliet Griffin, Secretaryg Johnny Kammerud, Vice-Presidentg Jerry Ros- enblum, Treasurer. C ASS OF '66 Robert Allen Betty Banks 32 W'osley Birclsonz lin-tty Biwlmp Hill Bismll Maruiv llrwwmnn Del liryzmt, Louise Campbell Linda Charlwell Kaymi llnpeland Douglas Darby Mui-y DePi'im-si 'V'-N., f William Doss Dun Eisenstcin M31-y Joy End,-05, Kathy IP,-imlman Linda Gray , -ln. TI, 0 iq-., ., QT? Juliet Griffin Lee Gusts Elizzilsctli Ham Mark Hmupell Jack Hnrdenimi 33 W-bf 'ow-., iii Q X as Kathy Herrington Richard Horton Harriett Howscr Nancy Johannuber Richard Johnson 'Wiser 'T Bonnie Jones Elizabeth Jones John Kammerud Glenda Kraft Lewis Laska ?? 'Juv-.H John Lindahl Larry Lipman Dick Mclferrin Margaret McLe-more Linda Mays 4'lC"'1' Randall Mays Lynne Mosby John Orr Mary Polk Philipa Reed 34 kv fv- 13' Jerry Roberts J0l'l'Y lioscnlwlum Czxrolinc- Russcll Frunli Sain Ann Sanders 'Q' l Maury Schklzn' David Schwc-id Fred Silver Lloyd Strecker Carolyn Summzu swf, qw 'v Not Plctured Mary Ruth Swint Kandy 'fuylm' Pat Thuch Robert Tippens Bruce Vaughn A Cabot NVade Karen Ward Stanley Wiggcns Nancy VVood Burlml-n York 5 3 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Cl. to LD: Barbara Hardenlan, Historiang Karen Stratvert, Secretaryg Clinton Grantham, Presidentg Alda Rae Gordon, Reporterg Peggy Steine Treasurer- Mary Linda Beazley Vice-President. J 1 1 RESHM N 'V in v. YL f 4 1 4 hi ME R ' my :21m2:r.f,1r,n r Bully Bates Lmda Beazley David Bradley Constance Carter 'M Q -rf: 11 Danny Clements Nancy Coleman Arthur Cook Barbara. Cooper Teresa Crotzer Ruth Cook 36 , of i I . .ff x 2 e. -5 x . .5 5gw'..'v. ..2gx'f1'l,Qf2'lfE3t31'n- 'sk 2-,r.s1:vx,ee:1.eases,alfa--:zum Mfr 1 1 X 1 f ,f 'A 5 lx F l xa 1.34 ,Vw Jennye Curtis Paul Davis ?Er,.,.. v-as Larry Dozier Tom Evans Curr Ida Gayden Peggy Gessler -nffav 'Qw- Clinton Grantham Helen Hardacre Cindy Katzman Tina Ldvely Anne Dorris I ff, ,, S AH A 71 X- syilif R1 '- iiggkky elk sets li ks, 'gym I H, . l 1 'IEW 'fx iff! 1 Dennis Farneth or, Meridee Glenn ,f Q 2 . 15 ff' ' Hi ,. ,, Barbara Hardeman Bob Lewis 37 CLASS Allan Fueon Buddy Garrison vow-W Alda Rae Gordon Aldis Gordon Q44 Ellen Hillman Jackie Hyman '4"vff Mary Loventhal Nancy McCharen CLASS QF 9 Ricky Martin .tm-L L... John Norris Karen Roach sw Denise Marchand Alice Marable Don Martin it 2 fir s af KX -Y 4 ' L e fiizvizhf- 5-' ff ' Q fi if f sffflsfi A 1 .4 82 ff., ia 2. 35. Jennifer Najjar Tom Martin Steve Morgan Henry Murrey was in Ex il., Martha Noyes Sam Pearsall Susan Sanders Wescoat Sandlin 1?'?"" Susan Raskin Nelson Rice Margaret Smith Peggy Steine 3 enir Chuck Stone Karen Stratvert Marilyn Ward Patricia Werthan Rosemary Zibart 38 Tommy Bernard David Clements L Q.. , 'A bf-W 1 A jxwo V M g few -2' " , h,,, Margaret Felton -Robert Hoge Danny Beyry Mark Brirtain Elkin Brown Michael Ceiglex' Charles Cook Karen Corn David Cox Gene Curp Ann Davies Lois Deutschberger CLASS OF i968 Pat Dilley Mary Freundlich , Mary Jacobson Leigh Ende Mike Fudge June Granstaff Barry Kammerurl Sylvia Lawson if hi.. x 1 m, Jennifer Ham Vikki Ligon rx Sandy Lynch 'Nz'-M Judy Pollack Chris Saindon Steve Singleton sq'- David Steine Sam Vaughn will Bonnie Magid Henry Martin Tommy Orr Shannon Paty fs. Q Jack Porter Glenn Pride Ann Rogers Bob Rosenfeld EIC5 HTH GRADE M81'Y Sparkes Ricky Stolman Sammy Stumpf Ann Tipton Mike Van Sant Mary Wade Deborah Winnard Joyce Wood Dick Baldwin Deborah Bays Luther Beazley -. David Browne Daryle Duncan Dan Fuson Bobbie Heilman Ralph Jones 'is-W It 5 i X Mary Cassel -vo. .mf bf- .. E ,R fy 5 n A- , Q Charlis Ecklund -X xr 'Wh ' .1 L I MA I 4: 5 ik Emily Granstaff Mary Hillman Chris Kane DFW' Curtis Cohen Kathleen Emma Glenn Hammonds Tom Hobbs Brooks Katzman EVE TH GRADE David Cook Arbie Furneth Pam Hassenfeld N... Steve Jennings Fay Kilgore wiv X ,igefsiizsgs :, 2 A ' I - "F im. TT . ' Z ' gf, " ',,f'. p-j v: Q 2 wif ' 1 " -, ' wr t Douglas Dozier ' on Q. 'Y Pam Freuclcnthul Kathy Hayes John Johnson Kay Kraft S EVE TH GR DE 1 S r y M1 M kg - ii d ? i,, if ef ,Wi E2 M5 ' Rae Levine William Lutin Q., Erik MacDonald Charles Melton Pairicia Morgan Trudy Nixon Michael Ralph George Rand Edward Rasch Joan Raskin Greg Rogers Chester Sadler Charles Shapiro Tim Schultz me 5' e'L'x7 1 'fixes' 9 'V 9" :,?6:m .QE tg! mgxlkl , "e' fi S H' f f L- 3 FN ' 1 ' 410. :zfrw 'sn .1-if . .---- im-r 1-,. Stephen Trippe Dnrfhea Vm-bus:-h Eddie Waldrum Kathy Waldrum Miles Winnard David Wright Elizabeth Yelton David Ziegler .... ,, James Lyon Nancy Patton John Rodgers John Spann 4 'lk ' - 2 -'li '9,Q155"Z1'x'5 ' H. 1 ' 'Qt' 'yin JW ,' L 4..q5"Jf3' Sf. Wil-'a1a" ' ffizfgif.,-'EE David Wiggens 4 'W GJ Q fl A L U. . . Our 7A12axWafQr7 fo Mae f5GAll2g Lxasflhy CQUOZRQH, kyaiy sfrozzy 77 fja1212czf1'0125 SAC OFFICERS: Mark Stumpf, fTreasurerjg Judy Graves, fSecretaryDg William Orr, tPresidentJg Frances Solin, fVice-Presidentb. STUDENT ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE The Student Activities Committee, Peabody's student council, is prima- rily responsible for all school-sponsored activities. The council, consisting of four officers elected by the entire student body and three representa- tives from each grade, seven through twelve, meets each Monday during the school year with Dr. McCharen to discuss problems and policies. This year the SAC has sponsored several dances, including the New- comer's Dance at the beginning of the year, a Christmas dance during the holidays, and a backwards dance in honor of leap year. A committee was designated to examine the problem of cheating, and an amendment to the constitution was adopted which provided for the election of repre- sentatives on a biannual basis. The SAC also sponsored trips to the con- vention of the Southern Association of Student Councils and to a meeting in McMinnville. 44 Lum. gp., SAC REPRESENTATIVES: Elizabeth Yelton, Dan Eisenstein, Luther Beazley, Mary Jacobson, Mary Hillniang CSecond ROWD: Frances Solin, William Orr, Judy Graves, Mark Sturnpf, Sherry Ezellg CThird Rowjz Jo.Ann Bernard, Carole Walker, Juliet Griffin, Shannon Paty, Mary Linda Beazley, Barbara Harde- nian, Ann Rogers, CFOurth Rowbz Tom Martin, Al Lowe, Don Leslie, Tom Orr, Clinton Grantham, Susan Hammonds, Jerry Rosenblum. An SAC Meeting 45 VOLU ffl Editors: Sandra Stone, Don Leslie. Sponsor: Miss Ballentine. Sports Editors: Al Lowe, Margo Paty. TEER This year's Volunteer is again a summer annual. Including pictures of the prom and of graduation, it is, for the Senior, the last page in the memory book of his high school career, and for the underclassman, a page in a continuing story. One has only to turn the pages of this annual to find again the spirit of that story. The high school years are that time in a person's life when he is searching for new ideas, rebelling against pressures, reaching toward a mature view of life. The friends he makes and the things he does influence that view. They are the catalysts which make him what he finally becomes, and for this reason an annual is important. In an annual one may find a part of him- self. Business Editor: Pat Huffman. Advertising Editor: Jamie Kestner. Photography Editor: Judy Graves. Copy Editors: Susan Hammonds, Sherri Kraft. S AFF I964 Lay-out Editors: Sara Leventhal, Keith Peterson, Frances Solin, Emmy Magid CNot Picturedj. -.ef Feature Editors: Carole Kuhn, Frances Magid. Subscri tion Editors: Beverly Nelson, Suzanne El P Son. i fl' STAFF: CFr0nt Rowjz Frances Magid, Carole Kuhn, Na, Eisenstein, Frances Solin, Kay Van Cleeff, Francine Kaplan, Sherri Kraft, Patti Morris, CSec0nd Rowb: Shirley Hopton, Sue Zimmerman, Mary Ray, Pat Huffman, Sara Leventhalg C'I'hird Rowbz Judy Graves, Emmy Magid, Carolyn Pulley, Jamie Kest- 'nn,Lg4 ner, Beverly Nelson, Maureen Carr, CFourth Rowj Mike Nixon, Sandra Stone, Margo Paty, Susan Ham monds, Suzanne Elson, Keith Peterson. CFifth Rowj Steve Furman, Al Lowe, Don Leslie, Howard Chap iro, Tommy Lawrence, Eddie Tipton. i ' f This year the PAW PRINT, the PDS newspaper, has placed emphasis on its editorial page. The two editors have contributed regularly, and several guest editorials have also been printed. Subjects as dissimilar as jazz as a music form and the locker rooms at PDS have been discussed. An editorial by Ken Jost on Peabody's racial policy won second place in the journalism division at the Belmont Word Fest. In the course of the year the PAW PRINT has interviewed such per- sonalities as Fred Waring, Boudleaux Bryant, and Allen Dennis and Allen Nelson. Surveys have reflected opinions of PDS students. i L! :ai i 5 el A 255 ,Q X P its T? C0-Editors: Mark Stumpf, Ken Jost. Spon- Sports Edit0rs: Howard Shapiro, Carole S0r2 MIS. Tyler, Kuhn. News Editor: Pat Huffman. 48 Business Manager: Ken Ivey. Copy Editor: Cynthia Brightwell, PW PRIT 'W Features Editors: Susan Harnmonds, Tom Mar- tin. Lay-out Editor: Sherry Ezell. STAFF: CFirst Rowlz J. Rosenblum, R. Zibart, E Mendelsohn, N. McCharen, S. Leventhal, K. Sampson, N. Rasch, A. Gordon, N. Johannaber, K. Copeland M. VValdrum, J. Hyman, fSecond Rowj: T. Nixon E. Granstaff, P. Dilley, J. Granstaffg CThird Rowj Mrs. Tyler, R. Mayes, M. Zibart, J. Scott, T. Katz- 1 m S. J. S. K an, G. Hammonds, M. Ciegler, S. Ezell, M. Fudge, Riven, M. Ray, J. Bernard, C. Brightwell, C. Kuhn, Griffin, P. Huffman, M. Mitchell, S. Hanimonds, Garrison, CFourth Rowb: B. McSwiney, J. France, . Ivey, Stunipf, C. llVade, H. Shapiro, K. Jost, T. Martin, S. Morgan. sf! Editors: Susan Hammonds, David Ward. Sponsor: Mrs. Hitchcock. ,... G LLERY The GALLERY, Peabody's literary maga- zine, is made up of the creative efforts of Peabody students. Selections are based on many things, among which are the writer's age and the originality of his material. While this year's staff has tried to empha- size quality, it has also achieved a repre- sentation of all grades at PDS. The 1964 GALLERY is almost twice as large as past editions. The staff feels that this increase in quantity of Writi'ngs is due to an increase in quality of works submitted, and Wishes to thank the English department for its fine Work. Associate Editors: Martha Roddy, Tom Martin, Ginny Hammonds, Jo Ann Bernard, Sherri Kraft, Ken Iveyg Art Editor: Frances Soling Business Editor: Keith Peterson. Class Editors: Bill Lutin, Glenn Hammonds, Pat Dil- ley, Sammy Stumpf, CTopJ: Juliet Griffin, Sara Lev- enthal, Terry Katzman, Jackie Hyman. 50 Staff: CSeatedD Emily Granstaff, Janie Granstaff, Barbara York, Martha Weesnerg CT0pD Karen Copeland, Bonnie Jones, Lewis Laska, Joy Kerrick, Stephanie Riven. CHORUS CFront Rowj: B. Cooper, M. Polk, C. Brightwell, J. Hyman, CThird Rowj: B. Jones, D. YVebb, P S. Morgan, W. Sandlin, C. Kim, C. Walker, S. Gar- Hicstand, B. Nelson, S. Vaughn, B. Bass, R. Dozier risong CSec0nd ROWD: M. Ray, S. Ezell, C. Pulley, P. Huffn1an,A.Marable. W. Orr, C. DeMoss, T. Martin, F. Kaplan, G. Kraft, Willie Orr, Tom Martin, Douglas Ann Webb, Sherry Myung Kim, Suzanne Garrison, Wescoat Sancllin Ezell, Cynthia Brightwell, Francine Kaplan, Chun John Orr, Steve Morgan. 5 l FRENCH I LUB Q15 Marchand, Gordon, Coleman, McChareng Q25 Doyne, Katzman, Weesner, Zibart, Steineg Q35 Car- ter, Russell, Roach, Loventhalg Q45 Brittingham, Martin, Curtis, Howser, Ward, Davis, Cathcart, Roth- berg, Grizzard, Norris, Q55 Wright, Grantham, Wal- ker, Pearsall. FRENCH II LUB Q15 Hyman, Najjar, Raskin, York, Q25 Glenn, Mos- by, Gray, Crotzerg Q35 Johannaber, Polk, Fuson, Ezell, Duncan, Q45 Birdsong, Morgan, Werthan, Marable, Hillman, Jones, Q55 Bradley, Stratvert, Griffin, Gusts, VanSantg Q65 Hardeman, Garrison, Beazley, Newton. FRENCH III-IV CLLIB ,t . s Q15 Schweid, Noyes, Waldrum, Leventhal, Kaplan, Friedman, Mitchell, Copeland, Swintg Q25 Nelson Kraft, Jones, Carr, Pulley, Bernard, DePriest, Bow: man, Vaughn, Q35 Wilker, Shapiro, Zibart, Jost, Mendelson, Wade, Rosenblum, .Alleng Q45 Ramsey Marable, Hillman, Jones, Q55 Bradley, Stratvert merud, Marcus. 1 QStanding5: Sampson, Hammonds, QSeated5: Katz man, Stumpf, Walker, Riven, Solin, Huffman, Rasch, Hammonds, Orr. CFirst Rowjc Margie Bowman, Mary Joy Endress, Nancy Wood, Barbara Hall, Karen Ransom, CSec0nd Rowjz Bob Gessler, Tom Bates, Ed McGavock, Lewis Laska, Tommy Cash, Paul Hyman, Bill McSwiney, Joe Gayden. SPANISH CLUB CFirst Rowlz Philipa Reed, Nan Eisenstein, Frances Magid, Emmy Magid, Sandra Stone, Elizabeth Ham, Suzanne Garrison, Sherri Kraft, Carole Kuhng CSecond Rowjz Laura Katz, Pat Heistand, Shirley Hopton, Margo Paty, Mary Ray, Dianne LaPenna, Sue Zimmerman, Jimmy Huggins, CThird Rowjz Bobby Chilton, Craige DeMoss, John Hund, Jimmy Holland, John Buntin, Tommy Lawrence, Al Lowe, Bill Doss. 5 3 l 1 LATIN I: CFirst Rowbz A. Marlowe, W. Sandlin, Martin, D. Bryant, D. Bryant, Mrs. Peeryg CThird R. Zibart, A. Gordon, CSecond Rowjz R. Martin, ROWJ: G. York, M. Meloan, H. Murray, L. D. Cle- B. Cooper, K. Taylor, H. Hardeman, A. Sanders, D. ments, B. Davis. LATIN CLUB LATIN II: CF'irst Rowjr L. Gray, K. Harrington, B. A. Carney, J. Hardeman, F. Sain, P. McLemore, L York, P. Thatch, N. Krohn, M. Polk, L. Mosby, J. Mays, B. Banks, D. Eisenstein, J. Orr, L. Greer, R Griffin, D. Webb, L. Gusts, K. Ward, CSecond Rowj: Mays, B. Bissell, J. Mallernee. 54 SCIENCE CLUB 1 K. . i A 321 Y .,..,,...,.........-..-..,n--.,, 1 CFirst R0wJ: Mr. Bradley, Karen Copeland, Nancy dy Mays, Nancy Johannaber, Cabot Wade, Bill Bis- Wood, Linda Chadwell, Frank Sain, Linda Gray, sell, Bob Hardernan, John Kammerud, Linda Lynn Carole Cathcart, Mary Ruth Swint, Barbara York, Richard Cashion, Larry Lipman. Dorothy VanSantg CSec0nd Rowh: Fred Silver, Ran- CHR-Nr. CFirst Rowjz Beverly Nelson, Jamie Kestner, Marpgo Paty, Elizabeth Doyne, Susan Hammonds, Frances Solin, Karen Stratvert, Cynthia Brightwell, Shirley Hopton. 55 LIBR RY CLUB CROW D: M. Sparks, P. Gessler, J. Pollock, Eliz. Yelton, K. Corng CROW 25: L. Beazley, B. Duncan, P. Huffman, M. Roddy, P. Hiestandg CROW 3D: E. Hillman, M. Carr, L. Gusts, S. Hammonds, Mrs. Donelson, G. Hammonds, K. Ward, G. Kraft. LIDIO-VISUAL CLUB 10" John Hoge, Don Guyton, Bill McSwiney, Don Carter, Frank Sain, Randy Mays Mrs. Donelson, Cabot Wade, Doug Darby. 56 l an fm M T -we hwy , A, l if A 312:21 5 Mrs. Sayle, sponsor, Cynthia Brightwell, Francine Kaplan, John Orr. RIDING Ida Gayden, Nina Rasch, Bruce Vaughn, Helen Hard- acre, Betty McClelland. 57 LL-STATE CHORUS CLUBS Jimmy Kellogg, Charlis Eckluncl, Eddie Waldrum Ricky Stolman, Katie Waldruni, Mike Waldruni. 'Nw T .L N ig, A Q' 'vi W 58 4116! :rw li! Gsm?-"""w,7 ". . . Wwe ffan ffe huyffezg more 116512 IAQ llQdf'.S.' Wore ffan a 112911911177 KPQQQNQ years. 77 ge afufes SENIOR SU PERL TIVE MOST OUTSTANDING Frances Solin, Willie Orr BEST ALL AROUND Judy Graves, A1 Lowe MOST LIKELY T0 SUCCEED Susan Hammonds, David Ward BEST PERSONALITY Kay VanCleeff, Keith Peterson MOST ATHLETIC Nan Eisenstein, Mike Nixon MOST COURTEOUS Sally Vaughn, Larry Whitlock SENIOR SLIPERL TIVES N. ,-W, .V 1' .1 , . 1 1 X ffigwz' f Q v 5 ' 'A-. M 5' . . S 1, M ' II! ' A ' ' T ' 1 2 1 1 BEST LOOKING Frances Magid, Brian Tolmie WITTIEST Evie Butler, Leonard Pollard 6l SENIOR SLIPERLATIVES BEST DRESSED Maureen Carr, Bobby Chilton FRIENDLIEST Beverly Nelson, Eddie Tipton 62 BEST SCHOOL SPIRIT Margo Paty, Lyle Greer MOST TALENTED Sherri Kraft, Steve Furman EDT CERTIFICATE CROw lj: D. Eisenstein, N. Krohn, K. Copeland, B. Bernardg CROw 35: W. Birdsong J. Kalnmerud, E York, N. Johannaber, M. Swint, K. Friedman, B. Mendelsohn, K. Jost, P. Sadler, J. Hoge, CRow 43 Banks, CROw 25: P. McLemore, L. Gusts, T. Katz- M. Zibart, J. Hardeman, S. Wiggins, R. Mays, K man, S. Ezell, C. Cathcart, G. Kraft, J. Griffin, .I Ivey, H. Shapiro, M. Stumpf, T. Martin. H0 ORS MERIT FINALISTS CLINIC BOWL UEEN Frances Solin, , Q Sherry Kraft, David NCTE XVINNER Frances Magid Ward, Susan Hammonds. Susan Hammonds 5 63 We ., H .3 V 5 7 V JV S ' i.i j 1 ' MATH TEAM: CFr0nt ROWJ: N. McCharen, J. Hy- S. Wiggins, J. Kammerud, B. Doss, K. Ivey, J. Nor man, T. Katzman, K. Friedman, C. Carter, G. Ham- ris, J. Hoge. CThird Rowjz J. Orr, K. Peterson, D monds, J. Griffin. CSec0nd Rowjz J. France, K. Jost, Ward, M. Stumpf, D. Leslie, W. Orr. BOY'S Sz GIRL'S STATE: Susan Hammonds, Eddie Tipton. VALENTINE COURT: A1 Lowe, Judy Gravesg Doug Darby, Lindy Mays, . . Billy Grizzard, Stephanie Riveng Chuck Stone, Susan Raskin. GSMT' Frances Sohn 64 4' . . . Tfozkfes f1'1'z1112!0Aa12f rllzy 110 our ears pfdlklhy ffese freasureff Edna? yeafts. 77 poffs Coach Rowan Ben Rowan, in his two years as varsity coach, has been a moral inspiration to his boys as well as a fine example of athletic ability. In his years at PDS, Coach Rowan was a scoring ace, recognized as the NIL most valuable player and named to the All-State team. At Vanderbilt, he served as captain of the squad. Here at PDS, Mr. Rowan has tried to in- still in his boys a sense of fair play and dedi- cation. All Peabody fans express appreciation for a job well done. Coach Stubblefield Mr. Stubblefield has been head of the phy- sical education department at Peabody since 1955. During those years he has spent a great deal of time on his work, not only as the di- rector of physical education, but as coach of the B-Team, track team, tennis team, and golf team. Since he began coaching the B-Team in 1956, Coach has developed some of the finest varsity players PDS has had. Coach's Warm help and encouragement has contributed to the success of PDS sports. VARSITY SCOREBOARD PDS OPPONENT Lipscomb... Woodlawn ...... .... Hume Fogg .... .... Ryan ........ .... Howard .... .... North .... .... Howard... West . . . . . . . 60 82 58 51 56 42 65 65 39 BGA ..... .... 5 3 57 Kittrell .... .... TPS ......... .... Woodlawn .... .... BGA ...... .... North ..... ...- 51 76 63 43 50 56 46 48 65 MBA . . . . . . . 75 64 63 48 47 58 68 73 93 57 70 HumeFogg... ....58 70 Clarksville . . . . . . . 60 54 87 56 78 44 71. TPS ....... .... 31 West... 51 Cohn... 53 Ryan... 42 Cohn CFr0nt Rowjz Mike Nixon, Marvin Wilker, Willie Orr, Joe Gayden, Doug Darbyg CSecond Rowbz Phil Sadler fMgrD, Steve Furman, Eddie Tipton, Mr. Rowan, Bobby Bjork, Brian Tolmie, Craige DeMoss fMgr.J. 67 Frances Solin, Terry Katzman, Jo Ann Bernard, Judy Graves, Bonnie Jones, Disa Henrysdottir, Jamie Kestner. CHEERLE DERS an 68 Judy Disa Bonnie gif' Jamie, Captain Jo Ann Terry 69 Frances, Co-Captain Eddie Tipton Mike Nixon Doug Darby Marvin Wilker Bobby Bjork PDS The Tigers, under the guidance of Mr. Ben Rowan, had a tough season. The first four games showed a strong team which was having troubles. Against the strong Lipscomb team the Tigers were beaten late in the game. As the season pushed on, this seemed to be a pattern. Against Woodlawn, the team showed its high scoring of- fense, but a slipping defense. From the outside, Woodlawn was deadly and this took its toll. The Hume-Fogg game proved to be a defensive battle which started a change of pace at PDS. Against Ryan, Howard, and West, the Tigers controlled the game for the first two quarters of play. As the second half began, our shooters went cold, and the tide turned against us. With North, TPS, 70 Willie Orr Steve Furman Brian Tolmie TIGER Kittrell, MBA and BGA, The Tigers changed once more into an aggressive team and won, marking the mid-point of the season. The second half, the Tigers beat soundly North, Hume-Fogg, and TPS. Woodlawn, BGA, and Clarksville changed the picture in rapid succession. An over- time defeat by BGA and a loss to state runner- up Clarksville marked the turn of the season. The Tigers then lost to West, Cohn, and Ryan, leav- ing the tournaments a last hope. The Tigers pulled a win against Hume-Fogg in the first game. Fac- ing West, the Tigers played an excellent game, even though they were clipped by West in a thrilling overtime. 7l Tom Martin Joe Gayden I 963-64 VARSITY TEAM BOBBY BJORK: Bobby came from Hillsboro this year where he played on the B-Team in his junior year. He was one of the two main substitutes Coach Rowan used during the season. At the close of the year, however, he was injured and could not continue playing. DOUG DARBY: Last year Doug was a freshman varsity member, a position held by very few players at Peabody. The greatest part of this year, Doug was a starter, along with four seniors. During these two var- sity seasons, Doug has improved, showing promise that by his senior year the NIL will just have to prepare itself for him. Of all the team members, Doug will be the one to play college basketball. JOE GAYDEN: Joe, one of two juniors on the team, came up with the baskets when they were most needed. He will be a good man to watch next year, the team will be strengthened by his experience this season and may build itself around him. TOM MARTIN: Last year Tom was a B-Team substitute, seeing little action. Things happened differently this year, though, for he was a var- sity member and a really hard worker. One of a player's greatest respon- sibilities is to keep team morale high. Tom certainly did his job, not only in winning moments but also during crucial slumps. Tom's season was climaxed by his tremendous effort in the tournament game against West. This was truly his "finest hour." STEVE FURMAN: Steve, a senior, is one of the team's tallest members. He was the first reserve guard much of the year, and he proved to be strong on the offensive, also. A well-rounded player, Steve had a good scoring record. Against Ryan, his shooting kept the Tigers in the game. Bobby, Brian, Marvin, Eddie, Willie, Doug, Joe, Mike, Mr. Rowan, Mr. Stubblefield, Phil, Craige. 72 Phil Sadler, Manager WILLIE ORR: Willie surprised everyone this year, rising to be a regular starter towards the end of the season. In Coach Rowan's words, "Willie was the hardest working player we had this year." Spectators and team members alike can agree, he was a "scrappy', player, always eager to be in on the action. MIKE NIXON: Last year, Mike was only 5'7" tallg by October, though, when the Tigers started practice, he had grown into one of the tallest members of the team. His height helped him both in his rebounding and in his shooting. His fine strength and accuracy will be remembered. Dur- ing the tournament game against Hume Fogg, Mike's shot fell in with only two seconds to go to win the game. EDDIE TIPTON: Last year, Eddie could be seen on the basketball floor, a nervous and unsure center, sometimes settling down at the last and sometimes not. It was a different story this year, Eddie tied for second high scorer and was one of the main rebounders for the Tigers. As a senior this year, it was Eddie's last season, and whether the team won or lost, he was always in there fighting for the ball. BRIAN TOLMIE: Brian tossed in a total of 395 points, in spite of hav- ing lost a year of play due to his transfer from Hendersonville as a junior. Averaging 16.6 points a game, he was the No. 1 scorer for the team. Brian was a strong rebounder, also. In the North game he ripped the nets for 30 points. He was chosen for the All 18th District team and the third All-City Team. MARVIN WILKER: The most patient man on the team was Marvin. Al- though he played less than he should have, he never complained. His good nature kept up the team spirit, and while playing, he was constantly working. 73 Lewis Laska, Michael Zibart, Larry Dozier, John Billy Grizzard, Cabot Wade. CStandingJ: Coach Mallernee, Johnny Karnmerud, Chuck Stone, Buddy Stubblefield. Garrison, John Orr, Jerry Rosenblum, Mark Stumpf, B-TEAM Peabody's B-Team, ably coached by Mr. Stubblefield, again this year suffered from inexperience. The Tigers started the season slowly, but by the end of the year, they finished with an overall record of 7 wins and 13 losses. Although there was not any one particular stand-out on the B-Team, Mike Zibart, Billy Grizzard, and John Mallernee surely helped to push the Baby Tigers on their way to victory in such games as Woodlawn, 53-27, Hume-Fogg, 53-40, and BGA, 43-35. All Peabody may congratulate the B-Team boys for a year of hard work and fair play. B-TE MCHEERLE DER Alda Rae Gordon, Peggy Steine, Karen Stratvert, Teresa Crotzer, CCapt.J, Tina Lavely, Cindy Katzman, Susan Raskin. 74 TEAM HIGH LIGHTS CFirst ROWD: Check Sadler, Bobby Rosenfeld Sam Vaughn, CSecond Rowj: David Clements, Jack Brooks Katzman, Tommy Bernard, Greg Rogers, Porter, Sammy Stumpf, David Steine, C. B. Cook. CHEERLEADERS Nancy Patton, Joan Raskin, Rae Levine, Debbie Win- nard, Trucy Nixon, fAlt.J, Bonnie Magid, Pat Dilley QAlt.J, Anne Tipton, Shannon Paty, fAlt.J. 76 JR. HIGH TEAM PDS OPPONENT 33 Lipscomb . . . . . . . . 22 22 Woodmont . . . . . . 24 20 Julia Green .... .... 2 9 21 Stokes ....... .... ' 24 30 St.Henry 34 38 Lipscomb . . . . . . . 27 40 Ensworth . . . . . . . 26 8 MBA ..... .... 3 1 32 Ensvvorth . . . . . . . 20 15 St. Henry ... .... 18 Shirley Hopton, Margo Paty, Suzanne Elson, Beverly Nelson, Sandra Stone. Del Bryant, Bill Doss, Larry Newton, Randy Mays, Ken Jost, Bill Walkerg Clfrontb Wes Birdsong. PEP BAN SCORE KEEPERS AND CLGCK-RUNNERS if GIRLS' ATHLETIC COUNCIL CSeatedD: Suzanne Elson, Sandra Stone, Nan Eisenstein, Miss Huggins, Frances Magid, Judy Graves, Stephanie Riveng CStandingD: Sally Vaughn, Mary Joy Endress, Barbara Hardeman, Shannon Paty. 78 I TR MU RALS JUDY'S TEAM CFrom Backb: N. Woods, S, Ezell, S. Paty, M. Ward, B. Hardeman, L. Mulhollen, P. Gessler, J. Graves, fCapt.J, M. Paty, M. Noyes. FRANCES' TEAM P. Steine, P. Morris, K. Stratvert, J. Raskin, K. Emma, F. Magid, fCapt.J, R. Zibart B. Magid, S. Sanders, A. Marable, S. Hopton. NAN'S TEAM CFrom Backbz C. Carter, E. Magid, E. Hillman, R. Levine, E. Doyne, M. Waldrum, T. Crotzer, M. Hillman, S. Brittingham, N. Eisenstein, CCapt.l. 79 SANDRA'S TEAM I TR MLIRALS CF1-om back along "SMD: L. Beazley, B. Hall, T. Katzman, B. Nelson, K. Sampson S. Stone, QCapt.J, A. Sanders, C. Katznian, P. Morgan. SUZANNE'S TEAM CFr0m Backjz P. Huffman, H. Hardacre, A. Rogers, A. Tipton, K. VanCleeff, E. Granstaff, S. Garrison, B. Cooper, J. Najjar, N. McCharen, CMiddleJ: J. Granstaff, S. Elson, CCapt.J. SALLY'S TEAM P. Heistand, K. Ward, K. Roach, R. Cook, S. Vaughn, fCapt.J, N. Patton, S. Riven, T. Nixon, M. Endress. BO "RF -9 W, H 5, I tw .,,, Q. 'QV N-M35 gslwi tvfwi ,uni a-n ' l S L l s 1 L 1 4 1 . - - fa 1 X u . y 0+ Q y s , Q 1 ra 5 , Y v L Q 5 2 ?.,,3wK S,J.,,,i A 1 if 4 vs' w ,, fa,-5, . . vga- l f 1 S 3 gl, ig, ' P341 Q. ' ri 1, Q ,, K A" 'R ""' ' -.4 CFront Rowlz Carole Kuhn, Nancy McCharen, Nan Eisenstein, Patti Morris, Karen Copeland, CSec0nd Rowj: Stephanie Riven, Marilyn Ward, Connie Car- Y M, ter, Sally Vaughn, Karen Stratvert, Evie Butler, Emmy Magid. CNOt Picturedj, Terry Katzman, Cindy Katzman. TENNIS TE MS Marvin Wilker, Billy Bates, Henry Zibart, Steve Furman, Brian Tolmie, Mark Stumpf, Tommy Bates. Sl GOLF TE M Keith Peterson, Tommy Lawrence, Don Leslie, Mike Nixong CStandingJ: Mr. Stub blefield. 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