Roosevelt High School - Teddy Memory Yearbook (Dayton, OH)
- Class of 1968
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O hear our song of praise
A song of loyality and love.
Thy name a joy and inspiration
Is fairer than the stars above.
The hours spent in thy massive
Yield rnem'ries ever fond and true,
Of Friendships, honors, and endeavors
That prove to us thy worth anew.
Hail to our colors red and white
We'11 fight with all our might.
And guard thee day and night.
And strive through darkness into
To protect thy every right.
Koosooolt J-liglz School I 968 llooroook Stag
ROW I QL-RJ: Michael Watts, Art Chairmang Sandra Scott, English Chairman, Eva Ferrell, Journalism Chair
man, Garry Pritchett, Sports Editor. STANDING: Stephannie Phelps, Activities Editorg James Vontress, Edi
tor-in-Chief, Patricia White, Typing Chairman, Clarence Willis, Business Managerg Gerald Powell, Organi-
zations Editor. ROW Il CL-RJ: Margaret Oldham, Secretaryg Betty Hooks, Patricia Crawford, Diane Brown,
Joyce Young, Judith Clark, Terry Harris, Linda Peavy, Debra Mayberry, Frances Young, Daria Dillard,
Micheal Stepens, Roma Little, Treasurerg Horace Dozier, Sergeant-at-Armsg Mr. Christian, Advisory
Pamela Murray Cnot shownj.
We, the members of the 1968 Yearbook Staff, proudly pre-
sent our Teddy Memory Annual with the hope that it will serve
as an everlasting keepsake to each graduating senior.
- The Yearbook staff
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ARNE D. HOLMBO
Graduates, in this glorious hour, Isalute
thee. Truly, high school days swiftly pass.
It seems only yesterday that you, as awe-
struck freshmen, entered these Roosevelt halls
steeped as they are in noble and cherished
traditions. All of your teachers have followed
your progress with patient interest asyou shaped
your successes and your achievements. By the
same token with understanding hearts, we have
sympathized with whatever have been your mis-
fortunes and you shortcomings. Now, friends,
you are about to reach man's and woman's
estate. I sincerely hope you have not only
grown stalwart in body but also strong in self-
conviction and determination. Enter thebroad-
ening horizons of your lives with dignity, with
perseverance, with courage, and with under-
Class of 1968, hail and farewell. May
God bless and keep you.
Graduating Students of the Class of 1968
It is a real delight to me to congratulate
the graduating class of 1968 because I feel
this has been a most significant class from
the point of service and antruly innate interest,
backed by action, in Roosevelt. This class has
distinguished itself by its courage in action
with the bond issue.
I can see a fine future for allof the mem-
bers of this class because of their ability to
stand by their convictions and to meet problems
face to face. The spirit of cooperation and
dedication to the task at hand has been an ear-
mark of the class of '68.
I would encgurage each member to "run
a good race" in reaching for the good things
of life and recognize that our relationships
with others are probably the most important
factor in a happy, productive life. lwish
you all well.
W. R. CUMMINGS, Assistant Principal
MRS. JEAN BOOKER MR. FLOYD NORMAN
To each member of the class of 1968, I extend my
congratulations and best wishes.
During your four years at Roosevelt, you have had
many opportunities for enlightenment, enrichment,
personal growth and service to others. In the years
ahead the demands on each of you as individuals will
be both many and great.
You are important and needed. You can make a
difference where you are by the quality of your re-
lationship to others and the way you tackle each re-
sponsibility and task which confronts you. Today, in-
dividuals are needed who care - who care about them-
selves and about each other in family and community:
individuals who are trying to do their best where they
I sincerely hope that these years at Roosevelt will
have served to spur you on to further learning oppor-
tunities. May you never stop learning and growing.
I would ask that each of you strive to be a person of
excellence with a wide view of life, with curiosity
to look below the surface, with self discipline, en-
thusiasm, energy and courage. May you be responsible
men and women.
In the words of Dag Hammarskjoldg "Do what you
can and the task will rest lightly in your hand, so
lightly that you will be able to look forward to the
more difficult tests which may be awaiting you."
MR. BANKSTON MISS HAAS MRS. ISAAC MR. KLEY
counselor counselor counselor counselor
MR. NUGENT MR. WALLER MR. YOUNG MRS. CARRUTHERS
counselor counselor coungelgr SeCI'Bta1'y
MRS. COMFORT MRS. DALEY MRS. BENNING MRS. LEWIS
SCCTCIHFY secretary secretary nurse
From left to right: Mrs. Adams fPhys. Ed.J, Mr. Amos CAmer. Hist.J, Mrs. Barka1owfEng1ishJ,
Mrs. Barriteau CLibrarianJ, Mr. Bates Gnd. Artsj, Mr. Bennett CMach. Shopj, Mr. Bo11echinoKInd.
Artsl, Mrs. Britton Uviath H and IIIJ, Mrs. Brown Ginglishj, Mrs. Bush fHuman Relationsy, Mr. Cald
well fBio1ogyJ, Mr. Calhoun fDraftingJ, Mrs. Cassels flinglishj, Mrs. Clay fMathJ, Mr. Crooke
CBookkeeping3, Mrs. Crosby fMarhj, Mrs. Crowe fReading Skillsj, Mr. Cu1riceCBio1oSYT. Mrs.
Davis CWor1d Historyj, Mr. Denney CPhys. Ed. J.
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From left to right: Miss Drysdale CI-Iealth and Phys. Ed. J, Mrs. Duncan fMathJ, Mr. Duncan QGen.
Shop and Plasticsy, Mrs. Edwards fLatin and Englishj, Miss Everett fSr. Social Studiesj, Mrs. Farn-
bacher CEng.J, Mr. Forbes fEng. Usagej, Mrs. Forbes Uinglish IIJ, Mrs. Fortune QShorthand I and II,
Typing IIJ, Mr. Frye QBus. Eng., Bus. Math, Rem. Readingj, Mrs. E. Gordon fHome Ec.J, Mrs.
P. Gordon fHome Economicsj, Mr. Grace flvlathj, Mr. Grimes CWor1d Hist.J, Miss Haley QAmer.
Hist.J, Miss Heath QPhy. Ed.J, Mr. Helton CMathJ, Mr. Hill CAmer. Historyj, Mr. Hill fGeographic
artsj, Mrs. Hobson fGenera1 Sciencel.
Mrs. Holmes fEng.J, Miss Hufeisen CMathj, Mr. Hurt fSoc. Stud.J, Mr. Jones fMathj, Mr. J. Jones
fEng.J, Mrs. Jones fBus. Eng.J, Mr. Kinsey QPhysicsJ, Miss Lawrence CTypingJ, Mr. McGhee
fO.W.E.J, Miss Millonig fFrench and Germanj, Mr.' Mills fDrivers Ed.J, Mr. Mitchell QDrivers'
Ed.J, Mr. Montgomery fMathJ, Mr. Nelson fPhysio1ogyJ, Mrs. Nun1eyfAsst. Librarianj, Mrs. Paige
fLag.J, Mr. Palmer Uournalismj, Mr. Perkins fSr. Soc. Stud.j, Mrs. Powell CBus. Ed.j, Mr. Hil-
debrand QSpanish I and ID.
From left to right: Mr. Rihrn fGen. Mathj, Mr. Sanders CGen. Math. J, Mrs. Scott fGen. Sciencej,
Mrs. Sewell 18th Grade, Social Studiesj, Mrs. Sheridan Clinglishj, Mr. Spencer CVoca1 Musicj, Mrs
Starks fHome Economicsj, Mr. Stapleton flndustrial Artsj, Mr. Stockton QHea1th and First Aidj,
Mrs. Taylor COrientationJ, Mrs. Weaver QResource Teachj, Mrs. Williamson CHome Economicsj,
Mr. Woo1umsfBio1ogyJ, Miss Evans QEng. HJ, Miss Comfort QAdv. Comp., Eng. IIIJ Mrs. Shelton
QEng. 91, Mrs. To1esfEarthScienceJ.
Mr. Kenjamiu lindsay
Senior Ekzss ,fldffisar
Chemistry, General Science
Mrs. ,Alberta ,Minar
Senior Hlass Advisar
Junior Class Advisor 11966-6'7Jg
Advisor. Future Business Leaders
of Americag Business Typing
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SEATED, L-R: Shirley Wood fCorresponding Secretaryj, Marcia Taylor Cfreasurerj, Philip
Bass fPresidentJ, Robert Early QVice-Presidentj, Mary Pearson CRecording Secretaryl. STAND
ING: Samuel Freeman fSergeant-at-Armsl.
We, the officers of the graduating class of 1968, dedicate this Teddy Memory
Annual to our advisors Mrs. Alberta Minor, Mr. Benjamin Lindsay, and Mr. Raleigh
Christian, to our faculty, to the memory of a fellow classmate, Alcott Hutson, and
to all of our graduating seniors who we have attempted to lead these past two
years with the best of our innate abilities. May you never forget us, for your
teachings will remain our constant companions through eternity.
The Senior Class Officers,
Phillip C. Bass, President
Senior 611155 Ofkccrs
PHILIP C. BASS - President
Cross Country 14 yrs. 1, Student Council 12 yrs. 1, Spanish Club 12 yrs. 1, Band 12 yi-s.1
Red Cross Rep. 11, 21, Flash Card Section 121, Varsity "R" 13, 41, Baseball Team 141,
Jr. Class Skit 131, Ir. Class Pres. 131, Camp Miniwanca 131, Poet's Round Table131
ROBERT EARLY - Vice President
Varsity Baseball 14 yrs. 1, Freshman Football, Student Council Rep. 111, Student
Council Usher 14 yrs. 1, Red Cross Rep., Pres. of Spanish Club Flash Card Section,
Varsity "R" 131, Aide 120 13, 41, J. C.O.W. A. - Times Staff, Ursa 121, Laurus 13,
41, Camp Miniwanca 131
MARY PEARSON - Recording Secretary
Spanish Club, Student Council Rep. 11, 21, Aide 327, F. B.L.A. 141
SHIRLEY ANN WOOD - Corresponding Secretary
Student Council Rep. 13 yrs. 1, General Office Aide 11, 21, Teddette 13 yrs. 1, Var-
sity "R" 12 yrs.1, Times Staff, F.B.L.A. 131
MARCIA TAYLOR - Treasurer
Choir 11, 21, Spanish Club 11, 21, Y-Teens 111 Aide 164-D, Cheerleader 12 yrs. 1.
SAMUEL E. FREEMAN - Sergeant-at-Arms
Fencing 11, 2, 31, Rep. Student Council 13 yrs. 1, Fencing City Champ 141, Varsity
"R" 13 yrs.1, Spanish Club 12 yrs.1, Chess Club, Baseball
Mn Raleigh Hhristian
Yearbook Advisor, Head of Athletic
. V' Department, Business Machines
juniar Glass Advisor K I 966-67
Student Council Usher 111, Student
Council Rep. 111, I.C.O.W.A. 12,31,
Marching and Band 111, Varsity "R" 12,
41, Student Council Exe. Bd. 121, Aide
120 131, Junior Class Exe. Bd.
Football 14 yrs. 1, Spanish Club 11, 2, 31,
Science Club 111, Baseball 111, Var-
sity "R" 13, 41, Junior Class Skit 131,
Student Council Usher 14 yrs.1
IOANN ARNOLD '
Parc-Medical Club 111, Gym Aide 111,
Mrs. Williams Aide 111, J.C.O.W. A.
12, 31, Upward Bound 1Central State-
Audio-Visual 11, 2, 31, I.C.W. A. 12,
3, 41, Football 111, Baseball 121, Wres
Fencing 12,3,41, J.c.o.w.A. 121
DOROT HY A DA MS
Wrestling 121, Times Rep. 141
J.C.O.W. A. 121, Library Aide 131,
Fencing Team 13, 41, Upward Bound
1Central State 2, 31, Junior Achievement
Student Council Homeroom Rep. 111,
Concert Choir 111, Y-Teens 121, Tedd-
ettes 131, Library Aide 12, 41
Band 12, 3, 41, Chess Club 12,31,
Football 11, 31, Track 11, 2, 31 Cross
Country 111, Basketball 11, 215
J. C. O.W. A. 121
Track 111, Student Council Homeroom
Rep. 111, MimeoAide 12,3, 41, Cross
SHARON DENISE AUSTIN
Student Council Rep. 111, Red Cross
Rep. 111, Concert Choir 14 yrs. Pres.
21, Accompanist: Flag Bearers 14 yrs.1
Contest Soloists 111, Mixed Chorus 121,
Concert Choir 141, Spanish Club 121,
Upward Bound 1Central State 12, 31
ROS ALYN BENSON
Library Aide 141, Red Cross Rep. 111.
I.C.O.W.A. 12 31, Times Rep. 131.
F. B.L. A. 141, Bowling League 141
.TENICE LOUISE BERRY
Spanish Club 111, Aide 120 14 yrs. 1,
F.B.L.A. 121, Sr. Class Skit 131
Student Council I-Ir. Rep. 111, Gen.
Office Aide 14 yrs. 1, United Appeal
Rep. 111, Y-Teens141
Library A ide
Track 111, Aide 120.121, Baseball 131,
Gen. Off. Aide 121, Varsity "R" 131,
Ir. Class Exec. Bd. 131, Ir. Class Skit
131, Sr. Class Exec. Bd. 141, Student
Council Usher 141
EUGENE TYREE BENNETT
Audio-Visual Aide 13 yrs. 1, Aide 119
14 yrs. 1, Red Cross Rep. 111, Work Pro-
gram 121, Spanish Club 12, 31, Concert
Basketball 111, Chess Club 121, Bowling
League 121, Y.o.c. 13,41 J.c.o.w.A.
141, Gymnastics 141
Kgs Representative 111, Red Cross
Representative 111, Concert Choir 11, 2,1
Future Teachers of America 11, 21, Aide
120 12 3,41
I.C.O,W. A. 12, 3, 41, Track 12.1, Foot-
ball 131, Hi-Y 131, Aide 120 141
CARL GREGORY BOSWELL
Band 141, Wrestling 141, Audio-Visual
Aide 121, Varsity "R" 13, 41
DIANE MARIE BROWN 1FLUBBER1
Times Representative 111, Red Cross
Rep. 11, 2, 31, Prom Committee 131,
Mimeograph Aide 141, Yearbook Staff
141, F.B.L.A. 141
EDWARD EUGENE BRYANT
Spanish Club 121, Varsity Football 131
I. C. O.W. A.
Y-Teens 111, Mixed Chorus 131, Con
cert Choir 141
Y-Teens 11, 31, I.C.O.W.A. 141,
Cheering Section 141
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General Office Aide 12,3, 41
J.C.O.W.A. 12,31, F.B.L.A. 141
General Office Aide 111, Y-Teens 111,
PATRICIA I. BRYANT
Basketball 13,41, Band 141, Football
111, Varsity "R" 141
THERESA BUFORD 1BEU BABY1
Para-Medical Club 12, 3, 41, Accomp-
lished Medical Tours 12, 31, General
Office Aide 131, F.B.L.A.
BRENDA JOYCE BUGGS
Y-Teens 11, 21, J.C.O.W.A. 121, Girls
Track Team 121, '-F. B.L. A. 13, 41, Stu-
dent Council Rep.
Y-Teens 111, F. B. L. A. 121
J.C. O.W. A. 111, High Candy Sales-
man, Jr. Achievement
Football 11, 21, Track 12, 3, 41, Varsity
"R" 12,3 41, Aide 119
Football 11, 31, Track 11, 21, Science
Club 11, 31, Baseball 121, Cross Coun-
try 12, 41, Bowling 131, Basketball 13, 41
CARLTON BUTLER 1Car11
Cross Country 121, Student Council H.
CAROL BUTLER 1
F.T.A. 111, Student Council H. Rep.
131, Mr. Christian's Aide 141.
Y-Teens 11, 21, Aide 144 14 yrs.1,
Cheerleader 12, 3, 41, J. C. O.W.A. 121,
F.B.L. A. 131, Miniwanca Camper 131,
Varsity "R" 13, 41
Red Cross Rep. 121, Aide 119131
VICTORIA CHAMP 1Vickie1
Ursa 111, F. T.A. 121, Tutor 1Grace A.
Greene1131, Aide 247 131, Aide 119
Jr. Achievement 111, Y-Teens 111,
Gir1's Ensemble 11, 21, Aide 119 11, 2,
31, J.C.O.W.A. 1Corres. Sec.112, 3,
41, Concert Choir 13, 41, Student Coun-
' cil H. Rep. 141
BEVALYN L. CALHOUN
Y-Teensqly, Aide 11913,41, N.Y.C.
Science Club 111, Student Council H.
Rep. 11,41, Concert Choir 11,21. Jun-
ior Class H. Rep. 13,41
Spanish Club 11, 21, Spanish Club Bowl-
ing League 121, Science Club 111, Aide
164-D 111, Roosevelt Bowling Leage 121,
Junior Class Skit 131, Upward Bound
1Ear1ham1 12, 31, Para-Medical Club
13, 41, Pep Committee 141, J.C.O.W. A.
Teddettes 12, 3, 41, Varsity "R" 13, 41,
Gym Aide 13, 41, F.B. L. A. 141
Upward Bound 1Centra1 State1 131
Tri -Arts 11, 21, Science Club 111, Stu-
dent Council H. Rep. 121, Spanish
Club 121, Para-Medical Club 121,
F.B.L. A. 141
PATRICIA ANN CRAWFORD
Times Rep. 11,2,41, J.C.O.W.A. 121,
Upward Bound 1Central State112,31,
Junior Class Skit 131, Mimeo-A ide 141,
F.B.L. A. 141, Yearbook Staff 141, Stu
dent Council H. Rep. 141
DELORES M. CLARK
Y-Teens 14 yrs.1, Red Cross Rep. 11, 21,
J.C.O.W.A. 12, 3, 41, Library Aide
12, 3, 41, Volleyball Team 131, Red
Cross Volunteer 13, 41, J. A. 141
IUDITH A. CLARK
J. C.O.W. A. Sec. 12, 3, 41, F. B.L. A.
141, F.T. A. 121, Student Council H.
Rep. 131, Book Club, Sec. 131, Mimeo-
Aide 141, Yearbook Staff 141, J. C. A. M. S
Rep. from Roosevelt.
Gym and Swimming Aide 11, 2, 41,
Y-Teen 111, Student Council H. Rep.
11, 21, Para-Medical Club 121, Mr.
Bankton Aide 131, Cafeteria Aide 141,
Cheering Section 141
GW EN COLEMAN
Y-Teen 11, 2, 31, Science Club 111,
Aide 144121, J.c.o.w.A. 12,31,
Aide 164B q1,2, 31
KAREN DENISE DANCER
NINA DANIELS fDiI101
Y-Teens C4 yrs. 1, Aide 119 Cl, 21, Aide
120 C41, Gir1's Track 121, Spanish Club
Y-Teens f2,41, F.T.A. C21 Upward
Bound fEarlha1'r11 C2, 31
BETTY JEAN DAVIS
Gym Aide 131, Youth Corps Service
Aide 164 Q11, Band Cl, 21, Spanish Club
f1,21, Student Council H. Rep. C21,
Aide 120 f3, 41, Junior Class Exec.
Board C31, Jr. Class Skit C31, Varsity
"R" f3, 41, Times Staff 13, 41, Student
Council Treasurer Q41
Wrestling C2, 3, 41
Student Council H. Rep. fl1, Science
Club C21, Audio-Visual C41
Upward Bound fCentral State1 C31
Wrestling 121, Gymnastic, Football 141
DARIA L. DILLARD
Red Cross Rep. , Choir, Aide 144,
Y-Teens. I. C.O.W. A. F. T. A..
F.B.L. A. , Aide 119, Student Council
Rep., Locker Aide, Red Cross Rep. ,
Track 111, Art Club 121, Fine Arts Club
121, Cross Country 111, Yearbook Staff
Science Club 111, I.C.O.W.A. 131
Track 12, 3, 41, Hi-Y 131. Cross Country
PATRICIA A. DAVIS
Concert Choir 12, 3, 41, Girl's Track 121,
Para-Medical Club 13, 41, Sr. Class H.
Rep. 141, Student Council Usher 141,
Asst. Sec. of Choir 141, Upward Bound
1Central State1 131
Ursa 11, 21, Theodore, Math I, Theodore
Math II, Theodore Latin II, Concert
Choir 12, 3, 41, Honor Banquet, N.Y. C.
Laurus 13, 41, Upward Bound 1Earlham1
Y-Teens 111, H.R. Rep. 121, Library
Aide 131, Book Club 131, Jr. Class
Exec. Board 131 J.C. O.W. A.
Band 111, Y-Teens 141, Red Cross Rep.
121, Aide 169 Times Staff
Spanish Club 11,21 Y-Teens 111, Stu-
dent Council Rep. 11, 41, Bowling
League, Aide 150, Choir
Football 11.21, Basketball 141, Track
BARBARA ANN ECHOLS
Student Council Rep. 11, 21, Aide 128
Student Council Rep. 121, Red Cross
Concert Choir 11, 2, 3, 41
Football C11, Gymnastics fl, 2, 31, Track
C11, Student Council Rep., Varsity
Football 111, Spanish Club fl, 2, 3, 41,
Bowling League CZ, 31, F. B, L. A. CZ, 31
EVA SIMONE FERRELL
F.T.A.. H. Rep.. Tutorial Program
Theodore Journalism I C31, Times
Staff C41, Yearbook Staff C41, Perfect
Attendence C4 yrs.1
Science Club 12, 31
GLEN L. FAIRCLOTH
Y-Teens 111. Student Council Rep. fl,
21, Cafeteria Helper C11 Aide 349 C31
Upward Bound CCentra1 State1
Football C4 yrs. J, Baseball 129, Student
Council Usher, Times Rep., Upward
Bound CCentra1 Statej, Bowling League,
JOHN FRA ZIER
GLORIA FRA ZIER
Y-Teens QD, Tri-Arts fl, 2, 45, Girls
Track, F. B.L. A. C3, 41, I. C.O.W. A.
13,41 Teen Board Q31 Aide 112, Para
Medical MJ, Jr. Class Rep.. H. Rep..
Times Rep., Jr. Achievement C3, 41
Wrestling Q2, 3.41, Varsity "R", Aide
Spanish Club f1,2, 31, Band Q4 yrs. J,
Bowling League f1,2, SJ J.C.O.W,A,
Varsity Track f4J, Red Cross
Cross Country My
N. Y.C., Fencing Team f4j
Y-Teens QU, I.C.O.W.A. C31
Times Rep. , Student Council Rep. ,
J.C.O.W.A. f2, 3, 41, Red Cross Rep.
Jr. Class Skit f3J
N. Y. C. f2, By, Spanish Club C41 Teen
Council 13,41 Cheering Squad
J.C.O.W.A. MJ, Y-Teens C41
KAREN JU -LETT GASKINS
Aide 164D f1,2J, F.T.A. f1,2J, Aide
119A, Aide 258, St. Council H.R. Rep
Jr. Class Exec. Board, Ursa, Laurus,
Theodore Award, Book Club, Upward
Bound CEar1hamJ f3, 43, Student Coun-
cil Corres. Sec. Q4j
Football Clj, Wrestling C41 Track CD,
Spanish Club f2, 3, 41, Varsity "R"
Audio-Visual 11, 21, Wrestling 13, 43
LINDA ANN GRAHAM
Y-Teens 11j, Aide 119141, Spanish
Club 123, Times Staff
Red Cross 115, N.Y.C. 13, 41
Y-Teeus11,2J, I.C.O.W.A. 115,
N.Y.C. 13,43 F.B.L.A. 142 Volley
ball Team 132
Aide 120 115, Red Cross Rep. 12y,
Y-Teens 121, Times Staff 13, 4j, H. R
DORIS JFNEE HALL
Tri-Arts Club, F.T.A. C2, 3.45,
J.C.O.W. A. . Tutored fGrace A. Greenj,
Student Council Rep.
Science Club fly, Cross Country QD,
Track 121, Student Council Rep. C21
Student Council Rep. fl, SJ, H. Rep. ,
Bowling League CZJ. Para -Medical Club,
F.B. L. A. , Ursa 121, Student Council
Rec. Sec. Q41
Y-T eens C11
Football flj, Basketball Q21
Science Club Q11
Track fl, 41, Cross Country
Red Cross Rep. 11,2, 31, F.T.A. 1l,2,
31, Student Council H. Rep.. Concert
Choir, Theodore Spanish, Cheering
Spanish Club 13, 41, Aide 119, 13, 41,
Wrestling 131, F. B. L. A.
Volleyball 11,2 31, Aide 158, Aide
128, Swim Aide 131, Modern Dance
SHERILYN HAW KINS
Honor Student 111, Ir. Achievement,
N. Y. C., Pep Squad
J. C. O. W. A. 121, Tutor 1Jackson1,
F.B.L.A. 141, Mimeo Aide
I.C.O.W.A. 111, Yearbook Staff, Pep
Comm., Cheering Squad 141, Audio-
Visual Aide 111, Aide 119, F.B.L.A.
,Aide 164 QU, Y-Teens Q11
I.C.O.W.A. 131, Y-Teens 115, Aide
164A QD, Future Teacher
Y-Teens flj, I.C.O.W.A. CII. Girls
Track Team C11
Freshman Football, Basketball fly,
Spanish Club 121, Bowling League
Girls Glee Club 111, Red Cross Rep. C21
Times Rep. CBJ, Y-Teens Qlj, J.C.O.W.A
111, Aide 114115, F.B.L.A. C13
Football f2y, and Manager fly, Wres-
tling fly, Track f2y, Cross Country fly
CHARLES HOWARD fChuCky
Aide, General Office fly Varsity "R"
Varsity Basketball f4y, Aide 119 fly,
Hall Guard fly
CHARLES WILLIAM HOW ARD
Red Cross Rep. f3y, Home Room Rep.
fly, Girls Track fly, Pep Squad fly
Y-Teens fly, Cheering Section fly,
Business Club fly, Tri-Arts Club fly
Track f4y, Cross Country f2y
Science Club fly, Teddettes-Pres. f2,
3,45 Varsity "R" f3,4y. F.B.L.A. f4y
Yearbook Staff f4y
PA TRICK HUGHES
Gymnastic Team f4y, Audio Visual f3y,
Varsity "R" f3y, Fencing Team fly
WILMA HUDDLESTON fPear1y
Y-Teens fly, Times Rep., Aide 215
fly, Tri Arts Club fly
Band f4y. Y-Teens f2y, Times Rep.,
fly, Tri Arts Club fly, Varsity "R" f2y,
Aide 206 fly, Student Council Rep.
Y-Teens fly, Upward Bound Central
LINDA HOW ARD
Football f4y, Wrestling f4y, Visual-Aide
fly, J.C.O.W.A. fly
Library Aide f4y, Y-Teens f2y, J.C.O.W.A
f2y, Upward Bound Central State f2y,
Junior Class Skit fly
CYNTHIA JOHNSON QCinJ
Y-Teens Q41 Aide 119 and 120 Q41
Aide 128 Q11 J.C.O.W.A. Q21 Times
DEBORAH MARIE JOHNSON
Bowling Team Q11 Junior Council of
World Affair Q11 Business Club Q21
Student Council Representative Q21
LILLIAN JEAN JOHNSON
Y-Teens Q31 J. C. O.W. A. Q31 Junior
Achievement Q11 Tri-Arts Q13
Y-Teens Q21 Aide 144 Q31 Time Staff
Q21 J.c.o.w.A. Q11 Aide 255 417.
Varsity "R" Q21 Teddettes Q21
MERDIS ELAINE JACKSON
Times Rep. Q11 Y-Teens Q11 Home-
room Rep. Q11 I.C.O.W.A. Q11 Tri-
Arts, Junior Red-Cross Rep. Q11
JANICE FAYE JAMES
Future Teachers of America Q11 Volley
ball Team Q11 Track Team Q31 On-
ward Bound Central State Q31 Fencing
Team, Co-Captain Q21 Mimeo-Aide
Q11 Junior Achievement
VINCE NT JENNINGS
MARY LEE JoNEs
Aide 115 141
SHEILA EILEEN JONES
Aide-General Office 111, Spanish Club
111, Library Aide 121, Times Staff 121,
Majorette 121, Varsity "R" 111
MARILYN E. JORDAN
Y-Teens 111. Science Club 111, Mixed
Chorus 121, Spanish Club 111, Gir1's
I.C.O.W. A. 131
PATRICIA ANN JOHNSON
Choir 111, Y-Teens 111, Red Cross 111,
Swimming Aide 111 Bowling Team 111
Aide 206 111
WARREN KENNETH JOHNSON
Track 121, Football 111
CHERYL L. JONES
Aide-General Office 111, J.C.O.W. A.
111, Jr. Achievement 111
Track 111, Basketball 141, Football 141,
St. Coun. H.R. Rep. 111 I-LR. Rep.
111, Varsity "R" 131, Football Captain
Y-Teens f2y, Red Cross fly Girls
Track Team fly
Science Club fly, Track Team f2y
Y-Teen-Treasurer f4y, Girls Track f2y,
Aide 207 f2y, Student Council Rep.
Business Club fly
Homeroom Rep. f4y Y-Teens fly, Red
Cross fly, Aide 144 fly, Para Medical
Club f2y, Track Girls fly, Times Staff
f2y, Aide 246 fly
Varsity Football fly, Hall Guard fly
AMY EVA KELLUM
Choir fConcerty f3y, Y-Teens f2y, Para
Medical Club fly, Junior Achievement
f2y, MAT f2y
Y-Teens f4y, Work Training f2y
ST EVE LOGAN
Y-Teens 131, J.C.O.W.A. 111, Red
Cross Rep. 111, Pep Squad 111, Tri-
Future Teacher 111, Para-Medical Club
Gymnastics 111, Volleyball 131, Y-Teens
121, Choir 121, Varsity "R" 141, Aide
General Office 111, Aide 119 121, Span-
ish Club 121, Student Council 121, Times
Staff 121, .Cheerleader 1Captain1, Year-
NES BITT LITTLEJO HN
Y-Teens121, Aide 119131 O.W.E. 133
Y-Teens 121, Pep Squad 131. Jr.
CHARLIE E. MABRY
Basketball 131, Times Rep. 111
I.C.O.W.A. 111, Spanish Club 111, Up-
ward Bound 1Centra1 State1, 131 Aide
CA ROLYN MALLORY
IDA MAE LOVE
Upward Bound Program 1Centra1 State1
Bowling League 111, Track 111
Student Council Rep. 111, Y-Teens 121
Future Teachers, Red Cross Rep. 111
BARBARA JEAN LOWE
Y-Teens111, J.C.O.W. A. 111, Tedd-
ette 121, Varsity Business Club 121
H. Rep. 111, Transcript-Clerk 111
Business Club 111
Red Cross Rep. 111, Student Council Rep.
Y-Teens 121, Aide General Office 141,
Times Rep. 121, F.B.L.A. 111
WILLIAM E. MALLORY
Freshman Football 111, Reserve 121
Y-Teens 131, I.C.O.W.A. 141, Business
Club 121, Bowling League 111
J,C.O.W.A. 121, Jr. Achievement 121,
Varsity "R" 121, Teddette 121, F.B.L. A.
121, Library Aide 111 H. Rep. 141
GLORIA JEAN MARTIN
J. C. O.W. A. 111, Future Teacher,
Times Rep. , Pep Squad 111, Booster
THERESA MCDA VID
Times Rep. 111. J.C.O.W.A. 111, Bowl-
ing 11, 21, Fencing 11, 21, Pep Squad 141
Library Aide 111, Student Council Rep.
111, Spanish Club 121, O.W.E. 12, 31,
Red Cross Rep. 11, 21
JOYCE ELAINE MCGHEE
Science Club 111, Aide Mimeo 11, 21
CHARLOTTE EILEEN MCGUIRE
Spanish Club 11, 21, F. B.L. A. 11, 21.
Tutor 111, Bowling 121, St. Council
Rep. 12, 31, Office Aide 164-b 13, 41.
Senior Rep. 141
GEORGE LEE MCCAULEY
Aide in 119 111, Cross Country 121,
O. W. E. Program 13, 41
CHERYLN VERNEL MCCURDY
Chorus 111, Spanish Club 111, Times
Rep. 111, Aide in 164-B 131, Jr. Class
Skit 131, F.B.L.A. 141, Exec. Bd. St.
SHARON ELAINE MELSON
Aide 164 fly, Spanish Club f2y, St.
Coun. Rep. f2y, Times Staff f3,4y,
Teddette f3, 4y, Varsity "R" f4y
MIC HA EL MILLER
i-I.R. Rep. fly, Track fly, Red Cross
Rep. f1,3y, Science Club fly, Tennis
f1,2 By, Para-Medical fly, St. Coun.
Rep. f3y, Times Rep. f3y, Wrestling
Aide 164C gay, General office 449
St. Coun. Rep. fly, Fencing Team
WALTER JAMES MCKINNEY
Football fly, Track fly, Spanish Club
fl, 2y, Basketball f2, By, Cross Country
f2, By, .T.C.O.W.A. f1,2 3y, Aide 119
f3, 4y, Times Staff f3, 4y, Varsity "R"
f2, 3, 4y
HARRY H. MCLOUD fMacy
Student Council Usher f4y, Science Club
fly, St. Coun. Rep. f1,2,3y, Spanish
Club f2, 3y, Bowling League f3y, Aide
Girls Glee Club f2y, Girls Track f2y,
St. Coun. Rep. f3y
Science Club 111, Flash Club 111, Aide
120111, Junior Skit 111, J.C.O.W.A.
111, Ursa 11, 21, Laurus 13, 41, Camp
Miniwanca Student Council Pres. 141
Football 121, Basketball 121, Track 141,
Red Cross Rep. 111, Aide 119 121, H. R.
Rep. 121, Spanish Club 131, J.C.O.W.A.
111, Cross Country 121
Audio-Visual111, Tennis 131, Spanish
Club 111, Varsity "R"
Upward Bound 1Central State1 111
Y-Teens111, O.W.E. 131
Varsity "R" 12,41 St. Coun. Usher 141,
Freshman Track 111, Basketball 111,
Spanish Club 121, Audio-Visual 131,
Aide 153111, J. C. O. W. A. 131, F. B. L. A
Y-Teens111, Red Cross Rep. 111, Times
MARGARET IRENE OLDHAM ,
Ursa 11, 21, Student Council Rep. 11,
2,31 spanish Club 111, Hr. Rep. 13, 41,
Jr. Class Skit, 131, Varsity "R" 131,
Yearbook Staff 141, Aide 246 141
Baskenbaii 121, Foocbaii 141
DENISE ANNETTE OWENS
Y-Teens 111, Girls Glee 121, Bowling
Team 121, Concert Choir 131, Fencing
Team 141, Aide General Office 141,
F. B. L. A. 141
PAMELA MURRAY 1Pam1
Red Cross 1l,21, Hr. Rep. 1l,31,
I.C.O.W.A. 12,31, F.B.L.A. 12, 31,
Tutoring Program, Yearbook Staff 141
GREGORY E. NASH
Football 14 yrs. 1, Aide 119 121, Aide
206 12, 31, Varsity "R" 12, 31, Student
Council Usher 131, Baseball 13, 41
CYNTHIA L. NICHOLSON
Y-Teens 111, Aide 164 B 14 yrs. 1, Up-
ward Bound 13, 41, Student Council Rep
PAMELA PATTON 1Pam1
Aide 119 13, 41, Homecoming Queen,
H. R. Rep. 11,21. J.C.O.W.A. 121,
DAYLE YVONNE PEARSON 1
Teddette 12, 3, 41, Freshman Chorus,
Aide 119 12,31, Varsity "R" 141, Ir.
Class H.R. Rep. 131, Aide 164
Y-Teens Sec. 12, 31 Volleyball 13, 41,
Girls Track 121, Mimeo141, F. B.L. A.
141, Y-TeenVice-Pres. 141, Red Cross
Rep. 111, St. Council Rep., Yearbook
Bowling Team 111, Times Rep. 11, 3. 41,
Junior Council on World Affairs 12,31
MARY PALMER '
Y-Teens 111, . Aide 351 11,21, Tri-Arts
Y-Teens 111, Volleyball Team 12, 3,
41, Teddette 13, 41, Aide 213 131, Aide
209 12, 41
Science Club 111, Track 13, 41,
I. C. O.W. A. 141, Varsity "R" 141, Jun-
ior Class Skit 131
Aide 14411,2 31, Y-Teens 111, Journal-
ism.Staff Editor 13, 41, Red Cross 121,
Cross Country 111, 0.W.E. 13,41, Wres-
Member, URSA 121, Jr. Class Exe. Bd.
131, Highest Candy Salesman 131, Del-
egate-Natl. Graphic Arts 131
WESTON L. PHILPOT JR.
Football 14 yrs. 1, Spanish Club 14 yrs. 1,
Student Council 12, 3, 41
Teddette 12, 3, 41, Times Staff 13, 41,
Red Cross Rep. 111, Varsity "R" 13, 41,
Volleyball 12, 3, 41, Aide 109141
Y-Teens 14 yrs. 1, J.C.O.W.A. 14 yrs.1
Y-Teens 113, Times Rep. 133
Science Club 113, Spanish Club 123,
Majorette 13, 43, Aide 119 13, 43
Varsity "R" 13,43, Pootba11113, Track
133, J. C. O. W. A. 143, Yearbook Staff
143 Library Aide 133, Varsity Football
Audio-Visua111,2,33, Ind. Arts Club
WILLIAM PLUMP '
CALVIN L. POPE
Cross Country 11, 23, Baseball 11, 43,
Usher 133, Science Club 113, Track
113, Gym Aide 133, Wrestling 11, 2, 33
GERALD POW ELL
Marching Concert Band 113, I.C.O.W.A.. I
Vice-Pres. 12,3,43, Band 12,3,43, Lau- I
rus, Vice-Pres. 13,43, Stu. Coun. Usher y
14 yrs. 3, Yearbook Staff 143
Freshman Football 111, Wrestling 12, 31,
I.C.O.W.A. 1l,2, 31, Band 14 yrs. 1,
Pep Squad 141
SYLVIA V. REID
Band 14 yrs.1, Red Cross Rep. 111, Aide
General Office 111
DEBORAH A. RAMEY
Volleyball Team 121, Pep Squad 141.
Girls Ensemble 131
Track 11, 3 41 Red Cross Rep. 121.
Baseball 141, Para-Medical Club 131,
Cross Country 141
LINDA A. REAVES
Band 14 yrs. 1, Aide 119 12, 41, Varsity
"R" 141, I.C.O.W.A. 121
Para-Medical Club Q2 yr-s.J, Y-Teens
Y-Teens fly, Hr. Rep. 11.21, Cafeteria
Helper f2ndJ, Pep Squad f4th Yearj
Baseball C4 yrs. J, Cross Country fly,
Reserve Basketball Team Varsity "R"
Red Cross fl, 2, 3j, Para-Medical Club
flj, J.C.O.W.A. C21 The Boys of
America Speech Contest Won 3rd Place
DAVID LEE RICHARDSON
Band Q41 Baseball 2nd Year
Football C2, 3, 41, Varsity "R" f2, 31
Junior Class Play
Student Coun. Rep. Ql.25, Bowling
League Q2nd yr.5
DEBORAH LYNELL SIMS
General Office Aide Q15, Student Coun-
cil Rep. Ql, 3, 45, Swimming Aide Q15,
Tri-Arts Q1,2 4, 5, Teddette Q2, 35,
Varsity "R" Q3, 45, Red Cross Rep. Q15,
Pep Squad Q45
J.C.O.W.A. Q25, Cheering Squad Q45
Red Cross Rep. Q35, F. B. L. A.
Girls Glee Club Q2nd yr.5
Library Aide Q15, Tri-Arts Club Q15,
Two Theodores QEng. and Economics5,
Ir. Achievement Q25, Upward Bound
Q35, Yearbook Staff Q45, Student Coun-
cil Rep. Q45, Pep Squad Q45, Aide 119
Q45, Para-Medical Club Q45, Exec.
Red Cross Rep. Q15, J.C.O.W.A. Q25
Band Q4 yrs. 5, Audio-Visual Q3 yrs. 5,
Science Club Q15, Mixed Choir Q25,
Choir 3,4, Varsity "R" Q3, 45, Junior
Class Skit Q3 yrs. 5, Track Q45, Student
Coun. Rep. Q25
ROGER SMITH 1Kil1-ROY1
Basketball 111, Golf 11,21, Student
Council Rep. 11, 41, Student Council
Usher 12, 3, 41. Varsity "R" 12, 3, 41,
spanish Club 12 3, 41, Track 12, 31,
Cross Country 12, 31, F. B.L. A.
Baseball 131, Business Club 131, Chess
Home Room Rep. 111
Times Rep. 111, J.C.O.W.A. 111, Jun-
ior Achievement 131, Prorn Committee
General Office Aide 13rd yr. 1, Red
Cross Rep. 13rd yr.1. F.B.L.A. 141
Spanish Club flj, Tri-Arts Club C3, 41,
Youth Corp. Member f3, 41, Jr. Achieve-
Football fly, Track f1,2j, Baseball 13,
41, Wrestling C21
T. C. SUMLIN
Upward Bound C21
Aide in 164-A fly, Red Cross Rep. Clj,
Home Ec. Aide in 111 Q2, 31
Gymnastics 115, Y-Teens flj, J. C. O. W
O.W,E. C2,3,4J, Red Cross Rep. C21
CRISTOPHER STARKS CCnrisJ
Tri-Arts Club CZ, 31
MICHAL R. STEPHENS 01090
Red Cross Rep. C4 yrs. J, Aide in 119 12
3,4J, Student Council Rep. CU, Year-
book Staff 141, I.C.O.W.A. 123, Ir.
Achievement fl, 21
Y-Teens f1,2,-31, Treasurer and Co-
Chairman, Aide 144 Q21 Aide in 164-D
Q31 I.C.O.W.A. C21
ROBERT T HA RPE
Football 12, 35
Advance Band fl, 2, 3, 43, Y-Teen fl,
2,3J, I.C.O.W.A. C21 F.B.L.A. C3.
45, Varsity "R" Q41
MARY ANN TAYLOR
Bowling Team C21 LC. O.W, A, 42, 41
Bowling League 111, Red Cross Rep. 121
J.C.O.W. A. 121, Tri-Arts Club 141
DE BORA H TURN ER
CAROL LYNN THOMAS
Bowling League 111, Y-Teens 121, Prom
Committee 131, Jr. Class Hr. Rep. 1A1-
ternate1, Aide in 119 141
F.B.L.A. 111, Aide in 359131, Ir.
Aide in 119 14 yrs. 1, Volleyball 121
DOUGLAS BYRON THOMPSON 1Doug1
Student Council Usher 14 yrs. 1, Track
Team 14 yrs. 1, Varsity "R" 13 yrs. 1,
Cross Country 141, St. Council Exec.
Board 141, Times Rep. 121, Aide in
Concert Choir 14 yrs. 1, Miniwanca
Camper 131, Stu. Coun. Rep. 111,
Spanish Club 121, Jr. Class I-l.R. Rep.
131, Varsity Cheerleader 141, Varsity
"R" 141, Sr. Class Exec. Bd. 141
CHARLES THOMAS WALKER
Aide 144 11, 2, 31, Y-Teens 121
Y-Teens 14 yrs. 1, J.C.O.W.A. 14 yrs.
Volleyball Team 141, Homecoming
Queen Candidate 141
JAMES WILLIAM VONTRESS
Laurus 1Pres. 1 141, Yearbook Editor -in-
Chief 141, Head Chairman, RHS Pep
Committee 141, Sr. Class Exec. Bd.
141, Miniwanca Camper 131, Ir. Class
Exec. Bd. 131, l.B.P.O.E. Speech
Contest 131, Essay, Young America
Speaks 121, Theodores: German II 121,
Eng. 131, Pres. Science Club 121, Vice-
Pres. Future Teachers 131, Co-Captain,
Stu. Coun. Ushers 141, Jr. Class Skit
Cross Country 121, Wrestling 121
Basketball 11, 2, 41, Science Club 121
YVON NE WALLACE 1Bonnie1
Choir 11, 2, 31, Red Cross Rep. 111,
Spanish Club 121, Home Room Rep. 131,
Business Club 141, Mimeo Aide
SHEILA LULA WARD
Manager of Varsity Football 111, Audio-
Visual111, Jr. Council Rep. 131,
J.C.O.W.A. 12,3,41, Usher 141
HENRI ETTA WALLACE
Theodore 1Spel1iug1, Times Rep. 111,
Advance Band 11, 21, St. Council Rep.
12, 31, F. B. L. A. 121, N. E. D. T. 1award1
Library Club, Camp Minawanca 131,
Student Council Vice-President 141,
J.C.O.W.A. 121, Upward Bound 141
Cross Country 121, Choir 13, 41
Mix Choir 121, Theoryl 121, Concert
MICHAEL ANTHONEY WATTS
Cross Country C11, Football Q11, Track
f1,2, 31, Choir f3. 41, Yearbook Staff
Varsity "R" fl, 21, Student Council
Rep. C11, Track Ql,2, 3,41, Cross
Country f2,41, Ir. Class Play QB1, Red
Cross Rep. I
BETTY JEAN WHALEY
Red Cross Rep. 411, Spanish Club f21,
Para-Medical Club f3, 41
Hr. Room Rep. f11, Dayton Home
Show Award Recipient C3, 41, Red
Cross Rep. f11, Bowling Club Q31
I.C.O.W.A, f2,3,41, Member of
Concert Choir, Track C31
LEW ERY WATKINS
Wrestled QReserve1, 12, 31, Track Q21
Football 111, Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41,
Track 11,21, J.C.O.W.A. 121, Times
13, 41, Cross Country 141, Varsity "R"
Audio-Visual Aide 111, Student Coun-
cil Hr. Rep. 4423, Baseball 11, 2, sy,
Spanish Club 12, 31, Varsity "R" 12, 41,
Jr. Class Exec. Board 141, Jrl Class
Skit 131, Aide in 120 141
'I'eddettes13,41, Varsity "R" 141, Home
room Aid 131
MICHAEL W HITE
PATRICIA WHITE 1Pat1
Hr. Rep. 111, Mirneograph Aide 141.
Business Club 141, Yearbook Staff 141
Spanish Club 11, 21, Basketball 111,
Track 121, Time Staff 13, 41, Yearbook
Staff141, H. R. gsm Rep. 141
General Office Aide 111, St. Council
Rep. 111, Y-Teens 111, Spanish Club
121, Jr. Class Skit 131, Prom Com-
mittee 131, Aide in 119141, Band141
Football 11, 21, Basketball 11, 21
F.B.L. A. 111, Pep Squad 141
Jr. Red Cross 11, 2, 31, General Office
Aide 141, Job Corps. 141
JERRY WOODS P
Football CD, Basketball C11
Football CD, Hi-Y Club fly, Track
12, 3, 41
Gymnastic Team fly, Bookkeeping
BILLIE JEAN WINKFIELD
Office Aide in 119 fl, 2, 3, 41, Science
Club CD, Freshman Choir QD, Home
Room Rep. C41
WILLIA M YOUNG
Varsity "R" 11,2,3,41, Track 11,2,3,41,
Cross Country 11, 21
Y-Teens 11, 21, Para-Medical 12, 31,
J.C.O.W.A. 121, Times Rep. 121, Vol
leyball 13, 41, Times Staff 131, Editor
of Times 141, Varsity "R"
Y-Teens 11, 21, Majorette 1Head1 11, 2,
31, J.c.o.w.A. 121, Aide 144, Aide
128, 312111, Varsity"R" 131
JOYCE ANN YOUNG 1Okie1
Red Cross Rep. 111, Girls Ensemble 111,
Concert Choir 12, 31, Aide 164-D 13, 41
Teddette 13, 41, Co-Captain, Volley-
ball Team 131, Mimeograph Aide 141,
F. B. L. A., Yearbook Staff
RONALD LEE BROWN:
JESSIE S. CHIVERS:
DOROTHY CORBIT T:
MARY ANN FLAGG:
GLORIA JEAN FRAZIER:
SYLVIA MARIE JOHNSON:
JOYCE A. JONES:
MA RY PINSON:
MARY LOUISE TAYLOR:
PATTY JO WALKER:
CHARLES A . W ILLIAMS:
J. C.O.W.A. 121, Track 141, Wrestling 141
Track 11, 31, Baseball 121, Wrestling 12, 3, 41, Varsity "R" 13,
41, Upward Bound Earlham College 141, Chess Club 12, 3, 41
Audio Visual Aide 13, 41
Fencing Club 111
Red Cross Homeroom Rep. 111, 119 Aide 14 yrs.1
O.W.E. 12,3, 41
Y-Teen11,21, I.C.O.W.A. 121
Y-Teen 111, Office Aide 131, Red Cross Rep. 121
Volleyball 121, Girl Track 121
Y-Teen 11, 2, 31, Girls Tennis Team 121, Gym Aide 131
Y-Teen 11, 21, Aide 109 121, Spanish Club 121, Volleyball
Red Cross Representative 111, Library Aide 111
Para-Medical Club 11, 21, Junior Red Cross 11, 2, 31. J.C.O.W
Future Teachers 11, 21, Homeroom Rep. 131, Student Council
Rep. 131, Pep Squad 141
Basketball 111, Cross Country 121, Varsity "R" 131, Times
staff 13, 41
Y-Teen 11, 2, 31
Track 11, 2, 31, Basketball 11, 21, Cross Country 111
MA RY JACKSON
Key to Seniors' Achievements
- - - - - -Freshman Year Achievement
- - - - - Sophomore Year Achievement
- - ---- Junior Year Achievement
- - - - - - - Senior Year Achievement
yr.7 - - - -------- A11 Four Years
Lovers fbest couplej
Yelling-est Qschool spiritj
Senior Glass Qawrifes
Henri Etta Wallace
Cflass History I 968
In September of 1964, we, as confused and awestruct freshmen, took our first steps into
the unfamiliar world that this "massive structure' presented to us. This was quite a transition.
Several months previous to this, we had been the leaders of our respective schoolsg and this
plummeting to the very bottom, for the most of us, was very surprising.
Unfortunately, we had been forewarned of the seemingly devious occurences at Roosevelt
by many of those who had considered themselves authorities on such matters. We had been
told of Mr. Holmbo's calm captivity, Mr. Cummings' tyranny, Mrs. Booker's motherly auster-
ity, and Mr. Caldwell's sixth-period hall patrols.
We remember the many incidents of which we had been told, some of which were very
true, but others mere exaggeration of fact. We all remember our mental maturity tests, which
lasted one-half day, and all the other tests we were required to take. Many of us discovered
that we were the E class of freshmen to be introduced to what was then called "modern"
Algebra. All of us continued our elementary school interests whether academic, athletic, or
social--all, of course, were factors of a well-rounded high school student.
"Three yards and a cloud of dust" symbolized the success of our freshman football team as
it "wrapped-up" the City Championship. Cinders flew as our freshman relay team streaked to
glory winning this championship also.
While many of us flexed our muscles, others were hard at work in different ways. Victoria
Champ, Pearl Davis, Karen Gaskins, Ronnie Morrison, and Margaret Oldham were inducted
into Ursa Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society.
Those who aspired to the writing profession were also given noteworthy acclaim. Anthony
Alford and Ronnie Morrison were published poets of the National High School Poetry Anthologyl y
Young America Sings .
A privileged few of us received the highest honor our school could bestow--the coveted
Theodore. This golden statuette represented the person who was the best student in a certain
subject area. Everyone awaited with great anticipation to see who would receive these trophies.
At the assembly's end, Pearl Davis had received the Theodore in Math Ig Karen Gaskins, French
Ig Ronnie Morrison, English I, and Henri Etta Wallace, Spelling I.
We had a feeling of pride at the end of our freshman year: for, now, we had established
ourselves as an integral part of this long-trodden majestic campus. We thought that we were
going to begin our sophomore year with all problems solved. However, we soon discovered that
the life of a sophomore was much more than what we had bargained. Our concepts of one an-
other increased as we were pitted against other classes in school activities.
Continuing our accomplishments in sports, we brought home the git City Championship
in fencing in the history of Roosevelt. For their outstanding display of athletic supremacy on
the gridiron, James Howard and Ed Jones were awarded letters. Also that year, the Red and
White hoopsters brought us the City Championship. Charles Howard was the only sophomore on
the team--and the only sophomore since then to make the Varsity team.
Again, academics made its showing with another Ursa induction. Three others joined
those honorable ranks--Robert Early, Shelia Hardin, and I-laver Philips. The Theodore assem-
bly was also soon at hand, and few others were awarded this cherishable gift. They were
Grady Baccus, World History, Pearl Davis, Latin II and Math Ilg James Howard, Physical Educa-
tion II, Sandra Scott, English II and Home Economics II: James Vontress, German Ilg and An-
drea Walker, Spanish II.
We began branching out on a more individual basis. Anthony Alford served as the Roose-
velt representative to Youth Government Day. Ronnie Morrison and James Vontress were
chosen by their counselors to attend the Yale Alumni Meeting in downtown Dayton. Several
persons showed their talents with words by having both poems and essays accepted by the Lg
tional High School Poetry Anthology, Young' America Singh They were Anthony Alford,
Laura Cross, Pearl Davis, Cynthia Nicholson, Margaret Oldham, Dayle Pearson, Garry Prichett,
Sandra Scott, Henri Etta Wallace, and Shirley Wood. Essays were accepted by the National
High School Essay Anthology, Young America Speaks. The authors were Anthony Alford,
Robert Early, Linda Peavy, Dayle Pearson, and James Vontress.
The end of our sophomore year marked the beginning of a new program--Upward Bound.
Our class was the to participate in this program. Each member was chosen in order to
help further his interest in going to college. As a result, several choice Teddies spent eight
fun- filled and educationally-rewarding weeks at Earlham College and Central State University.
It marked a wonderful end to an eventful year!
The year of grand and official organization was at hand. The junior year started out
slowly--but once started, we took giant steps forward. After much guessing, speculating, and
hoping, we were finally introduced to our class advisors, Mrs. Alberta Minor and Mr. Raleigh
Christian. Then, there was our grand election. Signs were everywhere! Tensions were at an
all-time high. After many excellent speeches had been deliveredg and after the votes had been
tallied, the results were Philip Bass, Presidentg Robert Early, Vice-President, Mary Pearson,
Recording Secretaryg Shirley Wood, Corresponding Secretaryg Marcia Taylor, Treasurer, and
Samuel Freeman, Sergeant-At-Arms.
Class dues were paid, and we were then to begin our class activities . Our Holiday Dinner
Dance was held at Wampler's Silver Arena and was proclaimed the most fabulous affiar by all
who attended. Other class social activities included numerous dances, skating parties, and a
very fun-filled Fun Night.
In athletics, our football team won second place in the Cityg and at one time, ranked as
third in the nation. Not to be outdone by our stupendous gridders, our basket ball boys claimed
their share of the laurels by capturing the City Championship.
With gleaming foils flying, our fencing team again won the City Championship with Samuel
Freeman the star fencer, placing first in the City. Our track team won the City Championship
and went on to achieve sixth place in the State.
Again, we exemplified our versatility on a more individual basis. Anthony Alford received
the American Citizenship Award and served as Roosevelt's United Appeal Representative.
Philip Bass, our Class President, proved his superiority in the writing world by having his poem
accepted by the Poet's Round Table, and, as a result, he was asked to appear on a local tele-
vision program. Judith Clark and Patricia Crawford were chosen as representatives from
Roosevelt to the Junior Chapter Administrative Management Society. Ronnie Morrison was
chosen to represent Roosevelt in the Honor Seminars of Greater Dayton at the University of
Dayton. Ronnie also was recipient of the Dayton Jaycees Youth Leadership Award. Haver Phil-
lips was a delegate to the National Graphic Arts Convention. James Vontress won laurels by
serving as contestant in the I.B.P.O.E. speech contest. Awards were received by Emma Wright
for her superiority in Bookkeeping, by Linda Peavy who placed first in Shorthand Ig Diane
Brown, placing second in Shorthand I and third in Typing Ig Carolyn Baker, placing third in
Shorthand Ig Shelia Hardin, placing first in Typing Ig and Sherilyn Hawkins, placing second in
Typing l. Larry Washington received honors for his model home which was featured at the
Dayton Home Show.
Socially, we were at our best when the Junior-Senior Prom time came around. Our Class
Motto was "Look forward, not back!" Our class colors were green and gold, and our class
flower was the 'yellow rose. " It was truly a fabulous affair, thus living up to its theme,
"Magic Moments." The Prom was held at the Sheraton-Dayton Hotel with music by the Im-
However, the true purpose of attending school is to obtain the best education possible.
Education is of four distinct qualities: scholarship, leadership, citizenship, and service. Upon
these four pinnacles are based the requirements for acceptance into our Laurus Chapter of the
National Honor Society. Finally, on the day of induction six were accepted--Pearl Davis
fTreasurerJ, Robert Early, Karen Gaskins fSecretaryQ, Ronnie Morrison, Gerald Powell fVice-
Presidentj, and James Vontress fPresidentJ.
At the completion of the Theodore Assembly, four juniors left the auditorium carrying the
fruits of scholarly victory--Eva Ferrell, Journalism Ig Terisa Flemister, Home Economics III:
Wanda Harris, Spanish IIg and James Vontress, English III.
Our class picnic at John Bryan Park was a welcomed event before the summer break.
Everyone enjoyed himself, and class spirit was at its highest.
Class Day marked the end of an active year. But as always, we proved ourselves still
masters of all situations by not only giving our own skit, but also by playing a major role in
the senior skit.
Our third year at Roosevelt was really a most enjoyable and memorable one.
To our amazement, senior year had arrived. For the first few days, we stalked the halls
as proud majestic lions--kings and queens of our school. We were the epitome of all else.
Our same class officers from the junior year were reelectedg yet, we had a new class advisor,
Mr. Benjamin Lindsey, who readily filled the position left open by our new Athletic Depart-
ment Head, Mr. Raleigh Christian.
The beginning of our last year at "dear old' Roosevelt High" also brought many innovations.
Faculty-wise, we gained a new assistant principal, Mr. Floyd Norman, and a new counselor,
Mrs. Emiley Isaac. '
Two new Student Council advisors, Mrs. Dorothy Bush and Mr. Melvyn Stockton, sparked
off a new school spirit. The newly elected Student Council officers were President, Ronnie
Morrisong Vice-President, Henri Etta Wallaceg Recording Secretary, Shelia Harding Correspond-
ing Secretary, Karen Gaskinsg Treasurer, Laura Cross, and Sergeant-At-Arms, Anthony Alford.
The new, thriving organization boosted school spirit, pride, and loyalty. Probably the
reason for all of Roosevelt's new change was the result of our high spirits for the bond issue.
Many seniors took part in this "flyer-passing" campaign headed by the Student Council. The
Student Council did a great job with our Homecoming Queen assembly. This year's Queen was
Pamela Patton, and her senior attendants were Brenda Campbell and Johnnie Vaughn.
As a class, we engaged in our many activities--skating parties, selling projects, fun-night,
bowling league, dances. The Senior Dinner Dance was a most memorable occasion and was
held at the Sheraton-Dayton Hotel. The attire was semi-formal, and the music was by the
Many groups served our class throughout our four years. One, of which, was the 1968
Yearbook Staff consisting of twenty-three students: James Vontress, Editor-in-Chief, Diane
Brown, Judith Clark, Patricia Crawford, Daria Dillard, Horace Dozier, Eva Ferrell, Terry
Harris, Betty Hooks, Roma Little, Pamela Murray, Margaret Oldham, Linda Peavy, Stephannie
Phelps, Gerald Powell, Garry Prichett, Sandra Scott, Michal Stephens, Michael Watts, Patricia
White, Clarence Willis, Frances Young, and Joyce Young.
Some of us made additional scholastic news--Pearl Davis, Karen Gaskins, Ronnie Morrison,
and Sandra Scott were commended students in the National Merit Scholarship Program. Deborah
Sims placed third in a national bake-off sponsored by The Dayton Power and Light Company.
James Vontress was chosen as a finalist to attend the Youth Conference on the atom in Chicago,
Illinois . He was the only student from the Dayton-proper area to'be considered for this high
In football, we achieved respectable standing in the City--James Howard and John Allen
making All-City. Our cross country team lead in victory by sprinter Roger Smith and Gary
Walker won the City Championship, while the fencing team matched this by winning its third
straight City Championship. Charles Adams, Samuel Freeman, Patrick Hughes, and Janice
James were primarily responsible for this victory. Our wrestling team made its stupendous come-
back as it recaptured the City title. Outstanding matmen Grady Baccus, Lawson Crutcher,
Ernest Flowers, Edward George, William Goldsmith, James Howard, and Garry Pritchett were
all inspired by their Wrestling Queen Deborah Sims. Our basketball team also achieved some
fame with Charles Howard and Roger Bryant being the outstanding senior hoopsters.
The Class of 1968 has proven itself in many areas. It has been recognized as the class with
the most "first's" in the history of Roosevelt. It has had its "ups and downs, " but it has always
withstood the trials of growing.
We have spent many golden moments at Rooseveltg and though we must leave her cherished
walls of knowledge and experience, we shall strive our utmost to respectfully represent her by
our thoughts, words, and deeds. For our tasks are "not finished, just beginning."
Glass Sang I 968
fTune: "To Sir---With Love NJ
Those good old days of telling tales and dodging bells are gone, But in our Hearts,
we know they will still live on and on. But how do you leave your friends and all
the fun and joy we have shared? It isn't easy, but we'll try. We've had dances
and picnicsg we have had such a ball---Now our future calls---The world is ours!
The time has come, for closing books and bidding teachers farewell, And as we
leave, we know that we are leaving a school that is swell, A school that we have
come to love, a school where many good things we have learned. What! What
can we give you in return? lt is hard to believe that our four years here are through
Roosevelt we'll miss you---To Roosevelt, ---With love . . .
Those fun filled years have hurried by! Why did they fly away? Class of "68",
we always knew that we would leave one day. What took the place of freshman
fears? And looking forward to our sophomore year. Oh, how the years have gone
so fast! We have weathered the course, we have tried to do our very best, To the
junior class we leave the rest! From "68"---with love!
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Roosevelt, farewell, as we take
our last walk,
Good-bye, to one and all.
We dare not erase all the things
we have learned,
We'1l hold our heads high and
Together we've traveled a very
And regretfully the end is here.
Through honors and failures,
we all have trod,
But we'll continue our lives
Consider the past when planning
Think long, hard, and clear.
Remember the errors and mis-
takes you've made,
And evaluate your goals from
That last lingering glance we
Of the halls we so long have
No more, shall we have that
shall we hustle and
So, weep not classmates for
chances gone away!
See what the future holds!
We are not ending but beginning
So walk forward, be brave, and
be bold! ?
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fTuneg "Somewhere 'J
There 's a place for us,
Somewhere a job for us,
All we have to do is use the source
from our high school course.
Good times, bad times too, after
we leave our school.
We will 'try not to close our eyes,
we will fight, with our might.
To be, something that we can be
Somewhere, you might hear about us,
Now we start our road,
Yes, now we have to go,
Twelve years ending, some more to
Teachers--we thank you from our heart!
Glass Prophecy - 1978
Ten years have passed and the Class of '68 reunites for old acquaintances. Many have
succeeded, many have multiplied, and many have failed. All in all, we must meet again
and this is what we see . . .
GWEN COLEMAN 'the girl with the strawberry curl", just completed her work at the
convent, and nor proudly holds the title of 'The Flying Nun".
DEBBY COLQUIT and GWEN JACKSON have opened a footwear shop together, special-
izing in knee socks and tennis shoes!
RONNIE FERGUSON fthe youngman who tried so hard to get a laughj has taken over the
old "Uncle Orrie" show!
When buying flowers, remember LARRY FLOWER'S Florist Shoppe and his main com-
petitor BRENDA BUGGS.
BRENDA HARRIS, fthe girl who always had the gigglesj is still giggling, but her straight
jacket makes it difficult.
WARREN "RAP" JOHNSON operates a steam shovel and wants to know if you can dig it!
CHARLEY MABRY the bank teller, has just written his first novel How to Get Rich
BRENDA MARCH has just had her twelfth child. They are better known about the
community as "The Dirty Dozen".
MELVIN McCOY and JESSIE CHIVERS,-claim to be great lovers. They are now serving
ten years at the state "pen" as being "The Kissing Bandits"!
RILEY MOORE, president of Dunhill's, Inc. , has published a book entitled Rags to
Riches in Ninety Days.
GREG NASH has graduated from Levis to corduroy slacks.
No one can say that CYNTHIA NICHOLSON turned out to be a nobody. Her glamorous
figure can be seen throughout the nation. You guessed it--hers are the fingers that do the
walking through the yellow pages!
"SHEPPY" PETTIGREW, '68's great skater, now performs weekly on Roller Derby.
SHARON PRICE who was often caught looking at herself, still sings her favorite tune
"Mirror, Mirror On the Wall".
Remember IUDY SNOWDEN and how she was always late? Well, she finally learned to
be on time, she's now assistant manager of Westclox Incorporated.
No kidding! DEBORAH SIMS and LINDA GRAHAM ARE Go-Go girls at the Cub Scout
Here comes --- there goes DOUG THOMPSON, the Temptations
equipment man. .
"Pigmeat" Markham and Moms Mabley have been replaced by ,ff X
,MICHEAL WATTS and EARLENE YOUNG. rf, 4 9
ALFRED WEBB is finally the Don Juan he's always aspired to be. Q Q
LLOYD YOUNG finally learned how to "step ". He attended H '
evening classes at DOUG WALKER'S School of Dance. ygyis. to I L
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We are now living in a time of immense historical significance. In years yet to
come, this year, 1968, may bring many things to mind. It is the purpose of our Teddy
Memory Annual to represent each senior's most cherishable memories. Therefore, it
was felt that all might desire to remember what was making history the year they were
graduated from high school.
Firstly, The American Negro was at that time making greater headway into pro-
fessions of more honorable standing. Many had achieved governorships, cabinet ap-
pointments, and other positions of great political esteem. The Afro-American was
then being noted more for his abilities and was being given more opportunities.
In the world of science, one might recall that heart-transplant surgery was in its
toddling stage and that a living virus had been first developed E:--here in the United
Politically, his belief on the war in Vietnam was the albatross of our President
Lyndon B. Johnson. His measures in handling the war were the constant target of other
great world powers and also of the world 's clergy.
The Hippies, descendants of the earlier "beatniks" and "bohemians, " were in
constant opposition to the war in Vietnam. Their many protest marches served as an
inspiration to all American youths to exercise their rights as citizens. They may be
remembered, however, in a more deplorable sense. They were often associated with
LSD, STP, FDA, and other hallucinatory drugs which were proven to be the cause for
many deformed babies.
The population explosion, birth control, water and air pollution, cigarette-induced
lung cancer, heart disease, and the clean-water shortage were also crises of our senior
year but were of lesser notariety.
These were the major world happenings of the year 1968. As you read this approx-
imately twenty years from now, all of these things may seem very minute. However.,
with much hope and an equal amount of diligent work, by then, greater things may
have been accomplished. Maybe all earth will have adopted the "love" philosophy of
the Hippies. Perhaps through this, the many peoples of this great globe of ours may
have eventually found peaceg and, as a result, may have had time to discover solutions
to the many problems which faced them. Hopefully, we, the future generation, will
help discover these answers ourselves.
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ROW I: Mary Kilpatrick, Edward Horne,
Janet Horne, Andrew Strolger, Beverly Kil-
patrick. ROW ll: Pamsy Mitchell, Patricia
Edwards, Gary Taylor, Linda Wright, Cyn-
thia Floyd, Mrs. Hobson CAdvisorJ, James
Clay fnot shownl.
ROW I: Edward Brown, Josephine Hazley,
Robert Bell, Gwendolyn Walton, James,
Love, Wanda Walker. ROW II: Mr. Lind-
sey. Phyllis Williams, Ada Guy, Beverly
Hardin, Janey Dunson, Adah Jones, Pamela
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Left to Right: Pat Davis, Gertrude Straight,
William Camp, Teresa Flemister, Mrs.
ROW I: Pamela Hamp, Ambrose Warren, Roger Smith, Riley Moore fVice Presidentj, -Wendy Lovelace
CCorres. Sec.J, Adah Jones fPresidentJ, Olivia Chastain fRecording Sec J, Gail Blacknell, Martha Fer-
guson, Terisa Flemister. ROW II: Mr. J. E. Jiovanazzo, Debra Pritchett, Linda Lindsey, Tonya Few,
Patricia Frazier, Paula Davis,,Cathy Zackery, Cynthia Russ, Diane Palmer, Sandra Burney, Gail Rbin-
son, Eler Moore. ROW III: Barbara Washington, Sandra Flemings. ROW IV: Saundra Brooks, Juanita
Holden, Shirley Barksdale, Celia Arnold, Rose Moore, Denise C. Motley, Diane C. Motley, Bertha
Smith, Helen Dockes, Alma Barrett, Merlinda Truith, Pamela Macon, James Hawkins. ROW V: Phil-
ip C. Bass, Shirley Hooks, Doris Hall, Judith Clark, Sharon Pullex, James Bullard QSgt.J, Leon Davis,
William E. Camp, Frank A. Watkins, Samuel L. Hill, Haver Phillips, Garry Pritchett.
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ROW I: Jill Perkins, Pat White, Mary Pearson, Riley Moore,
Linda Peavy, Diane Brown, Joyce Young. ROW ll: Annie
Davis, Daria Dillard, Yvonne Wallace, Emma Carpenter,
Roberta Harris, Pamela Murray, Mrs. Minor. ROW HI: Caro-
lyn Peters, Barbara Robinson, Jackie Huguely, Helen Weaver
Linda James, Sharon Dudley. '
ROW I: Senora Thomas, Harriet Napier, Linda
Peavy CVice-Pres.J, Delores Clark fPres.J,
Peggy B. Black, Shelandia Dawson, Pamela
Macon. ROW II: Donna Johnson, Linda Hol-
land, Barbara Woods, Deanna Johnson, Karol
Moss, Johnnie Mae Richardson, Wanda Howard,
Margo Rakestraw, Mrs. Holmes. ROW III:
Irene Phillips, Doreatha Allen, Dorothy Stokes,
Anita Walker, Rudell Lawrence, Elver Brown,
Matilda Milton, Beverly Kilpatrick. ROW IV:
Wanda Hawkins, Linda Davis, Patti Foster,
Mary Kilpatrick, Savannah Gilreath, Karla
Morrison, Angela Morgan.
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ROW I: Nickla Smith fCorr. Sec.J, James
Love fPres.J, Carol Estelle fTreassJ, Brenda
Jenkins fRec. Sec.J. ROW II: Mr. Staple-
ton CAdvisorJ, Tony Currington fSgt. at
Armsj, Wendell Oldham fVice Pres.J, Miss
Left to Right: Andrea Walker,
James Vontress, Deborah Sims,
Brenda Byrd, Robert Bell, Sandra
Scott, Pearl Davis
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ROW I: Karen Gaskins fCorr. Sec.J,
Laura Cross QTreas.J, Shiela Hardin
fRec. Sec.J, Henrietta Wallace
fVice Pres.j. ROW II: Mrs. Bush
fAdvisorj, Ronnie Morrison fPres.j,
Anthony Alford QSgt. at Armsj,
Mr. Stockton fAdvisorJ.
ROW I: Gerald Powell, Riley Moore
Robert Early, Harry McLoud, James
Vontress, Anthony Alford. ROW
II: Patricia Davis, Samuel Freeman,
Karen Griffith, Jessie Chivers, Am-
brose Warren, Amanda Smith,
Robert Bell. ROW III: Edgar Peavy,
Walter McKinney, James Bullard,
Anthony Thomas, Ricky Ely.
ROW I: Beverly Hardin, Hermita
Dees, Cherlyn McCurdy. STAND-
ING: Mrs. Bush, Garry Pritchett,
James Love, Mr. Stockton.
ROW I: Karen Gaskins, Sylvester
Borum, Cynthia Johnson, William
Camp, Marcia Taylor, James Von-
tress, Sandra Scott. ROW II:
Robert Early, Philip Bass, Samuel
Freeman, Riley Moore, Gloria
Martin, Deborah Sims, Edward Jones
Jessie Partridge, Robert Bell. ROW
HI: Horace Dozier, Warren Johnson,
Ronnie Ferguson, Mike Watts, Jessie
Chivers, Terry Harris, Gregory
ROW I: Frances Young, Ivy Jane, Diana Moncrief, Ronnie Ferguson, .Terry Harris, Karen Griffin, i
Edgar Peavy, Beverly Neil, Gail Colemon, Nellie Philpot, Yvonne Hill, Teresa Davis, Sandra Greer,
Constance Ming. ROW Il: Larry Brodie, Willie Tabor, Wade Williams, Russell Gilbert, Gloria Martin,
Deborah Ramey, James Gist, Pat Jackson, Gwen France, Andrea Wright, Ada Guy, Shirley Davis,
Brenda Williams, Frances Miller. ROW III: Carla Alsup, Delores Long, Amanda Smith, Dwight Dris-
coll, Barbara Williams, Helen Weaver, Donna Williams, Teresa Seege, Lana Carmichael, Sonya Nut-
ter, Yolonda Joyce, Jo Harbin, Emma Carpenter, Darryl Neal. ROW IV: Eva Ferrell, Karol Brookshire
Dennis Hockney, Judith Clark, Deborah Buckner, Patricia Scandrick, Brenda Hammett, Linda Camp,
Sharon Persons, Juanita Holden, Jeannette Whaley, Shirley Heard, Kern Moore, Joe Howard. ROW V: y
Wendy Smith, John Henderson, Derrick Wood, Penny Singleton, Margarette Martin, Janet Horne, Mary
Dunson, Deborah Cotten, Josephine Fields, Patricia Thornton, Greer Gossey. ROW VI: John Parron, I
Grete Terrance, Elaine Melson, Deborah Johnson, Carson Douglas, 'Robert Wright, James Kimbell, Ericl
Goldsmith, Lewis Rhodes, Michael Peeks, Michael Allen, Victoria Robertson, Sandra Burney. ROW ,
VII: Robert Taylor, Larry Flowers, Roberta Goddard, Alfreda Phillips, Steve Hammonds, Howard Moses
ROW I: James Vontress QPres.J, Pearl
Davis fTreas.J, Gerald Powell fVice
Pres.D. ROW II: Ronnie Morrison,
Karen Gaskins fSec.J, Mrs. Toles
fAdvisorJ, Robert Early.
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ROW I: Saundra Brooks, Jacqueline
James, Amanda Smith. ROW II:
Joseph Martin, Mrs. Edwards CAdvi-
sorj , Michael Martin .
ROW I: Diane Black, Cynthia John-
son, Deborah Mayberry, Torraine
Backs, Denise Owens, Bevalyn Cal-
houn. ROW II: Zuandra Williams,
Joyce Williams, Barbara Lowe,
Delores Cochran, Phyllis Williams,
Deborah Mobley. ROW III: Leitha
Stewart, David Matthews, Belinda
ROW I: Roberta Goddard, Earlene
Young, Eva Ferrell, Stephanie
Phelps, Io Ann Jackson, Laura Cross.
ROW II: Bobbye Elmore, Marsha
Taylor, Linda Graham, Sheila Jones,
Loretta Kelly, Shirley Wood, Roma
Little, Jill Perkins. ROW III: Walter
McKinney, Anderson Underwood,
Elaine Melson, Clarence Willis,
Robert Early, Steve White.
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ROW I: Diane Brown, Calvin Buck-
ner, Patricia Crawford, Patricia
White, Janice James. ROW II:
Joyce McGhee, Linda Peavy, Judith
Clark, Roberta Harris.
SEATED: Robert Early, Brenda Byrd
Andrea Walker, Ronnie Morrison.
STANDING: Philip Bass, Anthony
Alford, James Vontress.
ROW I: James Calhoun, Pat Davis, Grady
Baccus, Sandra Scott, Dale Bell, Annie
Davis. ROW II: Pearl Davis, Henri Etta
Wallace, William Camp, Karen Gaskins,
Leonard Napper, Cynthia Nicholson.
ROW I: Narva Farris, Sharon Howard,
Carol Edwards. ROW II: Janice James,
Wilma Cooley, Ida Love, Carolyn Edwards,
Janice Maker, Mrs. Britton fAdvisorj. ROW
III: LaFrance Wilson, Jerrell Dabney, Roy
Left to Right: Tommy Glasper,
Dwight Wilhoite, Phillip Fields.
Carolyn Baker, Pat Crawford, Joarm Arnold,
Left to Right: Leitha Stewart, Marcia Taylor, Andrea Walker, Roma Little, Margo Rakestraw, Jo i
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ROW I: Renee Slaton, Gwendolyn
Welton, Pamela Hamp. ROW II:
Sharon Pullen, Carol Estelle, Juli- W
STANDING: Juliette Draine,
ROW I: Jill Perkins fCapt.J. ROW II: Angela Hardin, Kay White, Dayle Pearson, Joyce Young CCo-
Capt.J, Betty Hooks, Emma Carpenter, Shirley Wood. ROW III: Deborah McClure, Sandra Howard,
Shirley Brown, Sandra Dean, Brenda March, Dorothy Stokes, Essie Nix, Marrian Addison, Carolyn Par
ker, Pamela Allen, Tonya Few. ROW IV: Pearl Davis, Cynthia Warren, Hermita Dees, Elaine Mel-
son, Diana Motley, Deborah Sims, Beverly Bass, JoAnn Jackson, Althea Roseman, Norma Thomas,
Left to Right: Juanita White, Sheila Jones, Sharon Price, Marcia Bradley.
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ROW I: John Reece, Tim Price, Walt Morrison, Derrick Floyd. ROW II: Jowona Jones, Linda Reaves,
Cassandra Smith, Janet Jackson, Kathy Roy, Linda Davis, Kenneth Smith, Lola Harrison, Larry Baker,
Teresa McCorry, Joyce Butler, Alice Snow, Ellen Boddie, Lenora Bell, Martha Henry. ROW III: Ron-
nie Gilbert, Herbert Nelson, David Richardson, Wi1loWortham, Ernest Caldwell, Albert Canty, Gerald
Powell, Thomas Shelby, Amos Richardson, Anthony Alford, Mario Nelson, Rodney Lett. ROW IV:
Raymond Turner, Earl Johnson, Archie Young, Leland Smith, Greg Long, William Hayes, Richard
Lucas, Alvin Avery, Marcia Peavy, Shirley Harris.
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Donna Brown, Amy Kellum, Kathy Sanders, Sharon Melson, Linda Lindsey, Rosaylin Wilkins, Mr.
Spencer, Director. ROW II: Tricia Faulks, Wendy Lovelace, Phyllis Atkins, Carol James, Beriel
Freeman, Olivia Chastain, Marshall Broady, Toni Frost, Sharon Green, Barbara Kelley, Linda Brodie
Cynthia Floyd, Michelle Crews, Patricia Davis, Marsha Driscoll. ROW III: James Harris, Lewis
Rhodes, Carol Edwards, Evelyn Willis, Yvonne Hill, Florence Jones, Teresa McCorry, Carolyn Ely,
William Smith, Thomas Shelby, Pearl Davis, Pauletta Hayes, Paulette White, Carol Sanders, Phyllis
Ramey, Helen Weaver, Melvin Russell, Eugene Bennett. ROW IV: Raymond Turner, Patrick Hughes,
Frank Watkins, Robert Taylor, Leonard Napper, Wayne Hayes, Michael Wallace, William Hayes,
Kenneth Crawford, Frank Harrison.
ROW I: Alice Baldwin, Diane Palmer, Doris Bonner, Shirley Thompson, Charlene Levell, Patricia
Wright, Deborah Morris, Louise Long, Mr. Spencer, Director. ROW II: Victoria Robertson, Tonya
McKe1ly, Joyce Smith, Gail Smith, Connie Ming, Utwilla Tucker, Sherrie Johnson, Gail Coleman.
ROW III: Emma Harbin, Erisa Ramsey, Melva Jones, Denise Pooler, Shelandia Dawson, Darlene War
ren, Linda Howard, Marilyn Jordan, Lula Ward.
ROW I: Emma Combs, Mary Dunson, Eleanor Durden, Diane
Page, Utes Reid, Julia Harris, Mr. Spencer fDirectorJ. ROW
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Jerome Thomas, Sandra Burney, Salome Butler, Marcia Cope-
land. ROW III: Carlotta Jones, Torene Manning, Dwight Barr,
Dwight Prewitt, Gregory Vaughn, Washington Johnson, Anthony
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General Office, 89
Mr. Cummings', 90
Mr. Norman's, 90
Mrs. Booker's, 90
Mrs. Lewis', 91
Alma Mater, 2
Baseball team, 104
Basketball team, 102
Cheering Section, 88
Chemistry Club, 80
Concert Choir, 97
Cross Country, 101
Dinner Dance QSeniorJ, 83
Drum Major, 96
Drum Majorette, 96
Fencing team, 100
Football coaches, 100
Football team, 100
Future Business Leaders of America
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Girls' Basketball team '68, 103
Girls' Ensemble, 97
Girls' Volleyball team, 104
Golf Squad, 102
Gymnastics team, 102
Homecoming Queen! Court, 84
Junior Class Officers, 86
Junior Council On World Affairs,
Literary Club, 82
Marching Band, 96
Miniwanca Campers, 92
Mixed Chorus, 98
Modern Dancers, 103
Para-Medical Club, 79
Project Motivation, 93
Remember '68, 78
School seal, 1
Bowling League, 91
Class poem, 76
Class song, 75
Executive board, 86
Farewell song, 76
Senior Y-teens, 82
Executive board, 87
Pep committee, 87
Times Staff, 89
Upward Bound, 93
Wrestling Squad, 101
Yearbook Staff, 3
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