Stone High School - Echo Yearbook (Wiggins, MS)

 - Class of 1977

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' THE SCHOGL YEAR 1976-77 Loadlng up for football practice the football mg around One candled apple rs hard to spread among three people however Derrick Johnson Janet lVlcD onald and Gary Hughes manage to do so 'US Q .egegg r 7 4 nil W The flsh pond at the mln: Halloween Carnival IS a popular place for students to spend thelr money Q Happenings Honors Athletics Music Organizations People Advertisements l L 'f -' WEP .14-my 6 I A A A 4 '-lhI.l"'da'4HU1" , R ,mi - 5 J .-. :A A 7 ' '1 -egni 7 - 1 'af a-r. r L ff D players do a little clown- N ,gl qi ,g,q:,' N - , .HM fgej i. a .,rl, ' I I I A I ,Q .X 4 'TQR -N "LT . 1 Xe R: ............... 8 'Sf .,......... ..... 3 2 ' ' ' ' ......... ..,.... 4 8 - M t ' ......... y . ....... 74 3 , ' ' ...... ...., 8 8 at .rf I - ....,.. .... ...... 1 04 , ' Q 2 ' ......... 165 A :Q A ,ff . 1 Q f r 5 We have a serious side. We take an interest in the events of the world around us. We often set out to change the vvorld, but have to settle for less. Though vve face many setbacks, we stick together and work tovvard our goals, sometimes not realizing what vve had truly vvanted to accomplish unti it had already been accomplished. We are curious as to what the World has in store for us outside of our own group, but novv vve are young and enjoy living. ME V ftp " ' ' l-l fy' 1: W i ANG ZEN TA care rf: X ,Q -,,.- Students jive into the gym for a pep rally vvhile the band plays Notre Dame. 4 Paying no attention to what as oln on around hum, lVlark Ballman as absorbe In t e basketball game Sl ns of the Christmas ho :days fast approaching kept exam Week from bemg Dunn the Alr Force Band's concert, Nlna Patton makes too dull herse f confortable nn the bleachers , F - . Our llves are full of fun and excitement We enjoy be ang together and just llvlng from day to day In the care free manner of our generatlon School can be a dull routine llfe, but we put all our energy toward having fun, sometimes at the expense of our education, but lsn't nt all really part of our education? Hugh school years are few and specual, years wlth speclal tnmes, special people, and a speclal closeness, but most of all, a time when we're young that can never be re :ved Worn out from staplnng spmt chain llnks Penny Nlchols and Allcla Walters wnnd It up 'I At the water balloon throw, these football players fund out who are friends or enemies Students on the Student Councll float smlle at the crowd durlng the parade uf These Homecoming maids, Theresa Chandler, Lynette lVlaples, and Rosetta Wash, do then' part In fuxmg the float g ILL: wa X41 B7..qF-v-a--G-1 . I - . ,N , . . . . '-ff' , X , ' ' - - . ' A 'v ' w I A R . - Y- - ' .-"1 .' - lf ' . . . "' " -r . -L - . . l . " ' jf. .V A t - , 'bfi' , -, a , . . . 3- ' . - 'V lu .Y U Y ' Q - - - Lg-fa K f'qggJ: I V , V ' " i - - - ' f "ggi . Q S 1 L , J -' , Q. -'Q 5 . H "3 , - ' rivf' ' ' F-' , .4 . y . :F 1, --a' -" - ' ,x - ' - -at ' f- ' , ' 75" My , , -"" - '.'5'F.:v:, -X 'I V .- C I Y ,A A I Q 2.141 1' ll lv x 1 . 4 5 Y al. ll 'tif ., 'MMVI 7" Via? H' -1 - y . vi -f H27 I 'w , I ! " ,tj 'L , v Q . It ' 1 . While Greg Walker tries to talk, Tiger Krohn is looking into some- This crew stops for a smile at the camera while thing else. having fun at the Halloween Carnival. the way to the :kle field, these omcats" bum a e. 'ik If 3- -- H .. full? 7 SB EI U 5 KX S x , v lg T S 5 1 W J feif' ' ' 1' lj -T H' 1','11' Nd- WKGWTZUL Even+5 of Qr'ea.+ Consequence oF+en spring Mm +1-I-Fling circumsfances, F 'Livy As the doors of SHS were opened Friday, September 24, the clocks had been turned back 20 years. Saddle oxfords, penny loafers, bobby socks, duck tails and pony tails filled the halls as the swing- ing 5O's strolled by. A carefree feeling was in the air as girls with glowing red lips and boys with greased back hair walked casually to their classes. During morning break, the Stu- dent Council sponsored a Happy Days' Look-a-like Contest. The judges chose Tracy Dale as the Fonzie look-a-like, Jackie Danzey as Spike, Wendy Waits as Pinkey, and Gabrielle Davis as Miss Teen- angel. The day was concluded with an old-fashioned pep rally and every cheer started with, "All here, Let's cheer!" Dancing to the tune of Happy Days, the cheerleaders get a taste of the 50's. HAPPY DAYS AR Awaitin the 'ud es' decision these El J 9 girls wonder who will be Miss Teen- angel. T 'fa -I X if .ce A l I lERE AGAIN Fi wimpy M W y H With a smile of the 70's and dress from the 50's, Sarah Taylor looks lik -'w4-f-H'f:-fgfwz-'?.img,f-55+-I . . . '5f,fQE:.fQ-5-lULQ.-J-11.115-gh ,." jjjlf' 4 ' ' 'H like H llVIl'lg . Physics class is the perfect place for Danny Batson and Tiger Krohn to style in their 50's attire. P V , . , 59? , T, . Q' , 4' Q -. U A g M F I ' " X- , s if-hw-.l,,, ,, . . ,, "1 Lf! WFS' e ...4,,,,,,, N is-!.-A I I ll l 9 u i , Fonzie, played by Tracy Dale, helps the cheerleaders with the pep rally. Although the pie was aimed for Coach Knight, Gabrielle Davis comes out with the wrong end of the meringue. 'S-. "WHO YA RGOTIN' FOR?" . . . S.H.S.! "Cheerleaders and band students may be dismissed at this time to get ready for the pep rally." Each Friday this announcement is eagerly await- ed because it means that it is almost time for the pep rally. When the bell rings all the stu dents race to the gym to hear the familiar sounds. The beat of the drums . . . Notre Dame . . . the shouts of the cheer- leaders, all these go together to make up a pep rally . As the cheerleaders enter the gym, the crowd leans for- ward in anticipation of the opening skit. They usually use football players as guinea pigs and make them do all kinds of crazy things like being tables and chairs, going up Horror Hill, and kissing Sleep- ing Beauty. Then the moment comes for the victory cheers. All the students release their excite- ment in a deafening yell of V-I -C-T-O-R-Y. lVlost Handsome, Jim Price proves that he can also be the ugliest. Dressed as witches at Halloween, the cheerleaders take Tim Martin and Ricky Bates on a trip up Horror Hill. Juniors look on as the cheerleaders dance to the tune of "Notre Dame" . it .rg , , 5 , Qi'1+2Z, -3? 1 ' 7, E I l' Sl -r ly' D www 1 1 ,i ' .1 ' Q '. we vs se-1:5-31 , , ALLDIED Cl PLAVKUS COUGT Unaware that he is really the coolest, Coach Peter Georgian sits on a block of ice through out an entire pep rally. The bancl enliven's the spirit of the pep rally as they play. The cheerleaders stand wait- ing to perform their traditional "little peoples" act for the homecoming pep rally. After winning the spirit stick the Juniors show their excitement. HOMECOMING 1976 Stone High's 1976 Home- coming activities actually started long before the presentation and coronati on of the Homecoming Queen on October 22. Even though the date for Homecoming had been changed three times, many plans were already being put under way. As traditionally done, the football team chose the Home- coming Queen. Then a long week of voting by the Student Body and finally the Homecom- ing Court was chosen. Sue Owen is crowned Home- coming Queen by lVlr. Lester Baucum and escorted by Bruce Lott. , "UP, UP, AND AWAY!" The Tomcats burst onto the field at Homecoming . 1 N, .rv it A x iii l . X i X , i , , X- 'I , I . X., 1 1 gg I 1, if . Q i ' x . F' 'E The Homecoming Queen and her Court float into the Pre-game festivities on their beautiful balloon float. film SENIOR M The long awaited week of Homecoming finally arrived . Things started a little slowly, but as the dance tickets went on sale and the special acti- vities planned for the week got underway, spirit seemed to rise throughout the school. Although the teachers did their best, the undercurrent of excitement in the school made classwork impossible. The Annual Staff sponsored the Spirit Chain Contest. Each morning students emptied their pockets of pennies, nickels, and dimes to buy links to prove that their class had the most spirit. AIDS AND ESCORTS Struggling to erect the ff Lg 'Q Y N 7 1 balloon is one ofthe ' hardest jobs. While chaperoning the bonfire the coaches sit high on the hill so they can see the fun. -Q .us-, I - i l " nf- uu 2 s :.?.i'.'i"' li . 14- if 1 Ma: f'1'L' - T11 Surrounded by opposi tion Nlike Fountain struggles. IUNIGR MAIDS "'5.i".E As the spirit chain is stretched out the Seniors are de clared the winners. CI SGPHOMORE MAIDS AND ESCORTS " an 'U -el i x. i , - -A ,..,f weve 13 The homecoming queen and her court smile at the crowd in the fair para e. As homecoming approaches, Tony Weathers and Tiger Krohn work on the H.C.F. FRESHMEN MAIDS AND ESCORTS 1 . . X X' iq Y K' , A.. 4 ,l v' HJ" U v. These students try desperately to get the balloon to sta on the Homecoming lyloat. l - ' ' --' ---'W r --7-f V - f v - glffy fff- vi The added touch of "Beat the Braves Day " "lVlake a Cheerleader Talk Day," and "Sock lt to 'Em Day ' helped the week pass quickly Homecoming wou d not have been complete without the bonfire T ursday night before the game. The Pickle Field was covered with students cheering "Burn Braves Burn," as an unidentified Brave tied to the topof the bonfire received a fiery death. Friday finally arrived. The clocks struck 1:30 and the "little peoplel' traveled through the halls leading everyone into the gym for the pep ra ly. The tune of Notre Dame and a few rounds of "Bud" is all it took for an explosion of spirit. The blaze reaches to the sky as the bon fire raises the Tomcat spirit. The court assembled early that night at Perk Stadium to put final touches on the float. Cheerleaders were mounted on their float as the court boarded their "beautiful balloon." As the band set the atmos- phere by playing "Up, Up, and Away" the two floats rounded the field and the Homecoming court was proudly presented to the audience. Lovely lVliss Sue Owen was crowned as Homecoming Queen which ended the ceremony. A quick change on the field from the Homecoming Court to the football players was made and the game got underway. lt was close during the early part of the game but the South Jones Braves overpowered the tough Tomcats. Even the defeat and cold weather didn't keep the stu- dents away from the dance though. Their Homecoming end- T ed joyfully as they danced to y I-51,5 . . ,, ,, . . , . r 1 . , 1 the music of Nlahogany until M ,T li V sf. the early hours of the morn. , A 'la 1135? if'!l.wli -.Yi ' - ., ' 4 M gf ' if , T ,fggxif , -so gs -V Y' ,i4"i'2'Luwf WAY YE I Elf r at .V , ' fs -'v - -. .1 . --.,, y i' ya . . '4' . - ll af . - i V- , , V , wg if 3' A V if f VV : -- GA - I I , .- . at - JK! Ik P h al H l '. ., ' '57 A .- M WM -Y .. . Cheering with enthusiasm, the cheerleaders raise the crowd s' spirits. Waving to the crowd, the home- coming maids entertain the by- standers. Wm Sitting in a place of honor the Homecom- ing Court watches the game. During half-time, the rifles concentrate on twirling. Lending a hand, Alicia Walters helps one of the 'little people' through the halls. With much concen- tration a group of senior boys com- plete the Homecom- ing float. AFTER HOURS ttir T ' Finally it's here, the 3:00 bell and students are headin' out. Some go home, some go to work, and some even stay at school for reasons such as Basketball, Football, Cheer- leading, Band, or Baseball practice. There are ocasional club meetings after school too. On the weekends, students go to the Coast to catch the latest movie or to 2001 to do some of the latest dances. 0ne thing that is for sure, SHS students really stay busy after school hours. Students spend many hours just "hangin around" the lVlug. DRIVERS 1 ' In-.V . H7-L: 1- 'rfll . ,X H Q Y W 1f,5"'ff..,' ' 4' Qc? 'JW-,ii."3,,, , "T " ' A' fi " ' ' V 'V "1 y M, T T ,e ' ' ,gp L. '1 4.T.f7ll 4 ,a'?Ttf?slr'7f'...i- " . .T T wp 'fm-, " "' ' ' -- 0' 6 .-'-,: 5Qf5'.1 'S ,:"-I ' e , ' 31 . i13f?iL'5fff1 if ' IVlembers of the paper staff stay after The parking lot is left empty after the 3:00 school to complete an edition of the rush hour. "Cats IVleow" . Who knows how many hours the Basketball team spends practicing after school. 'Q --',-- 1'-:w ' if-, . ,V . .. vga .M I' 'M ,. 4 ivlljiilf fw ,vt M '-.Ala-,w a..-ms.. . st58EA.C'!', . , ,' , 5 if 3, X, va qi. JJ" fn WWQ 11 4 ..i,,., W , I e I Y .522 f' if CEI 7U 33 4 I""I cn' iv- 'f li' l L..--1 , i ' H, is 'w Working after school helps Susie Hayden earn a little extra spending money. wg-E-xxx v , L H' la., .. lk-ra Hi 'L , 11- " ' ' YC ' I : W 1 a. , it ' 2 i vi fn f -f - '- by - f 4 1'- '2 713. ws- --.L A . g 91 , --Liwlf I . , A "' 4,1 N n lff a 4' tl - L' , . . "N , f P ' ' 1- A P i in lx '- I l i 'l ,. in -. l Y , l n. 7 - N is ...,,4,,111 J , ' QQMVL I 1 1, ' l .5 -vw' ,. c UQ, X .. . -I - vi.. P R i , 'J Lf X :i x - i , A ' I 'W' , , E ki 5 2 P'lA 'm.lL ,7 1f :Q ' 1 JT: r l M ',4m.rvlf'-fn f, 32, lu, fx - I-ff"f gm, Zi-f' ,314 l g r1E . 'y .. AK N 4 HTA. 1, .,.,. film- I I -. - ui., . ,Z " t ,nwgralffrxw ff --.. ...ms Z...-, W- Z1. ., 2 - ,-- - 1 , 4 ' f-+4 - , ,5,. .. l Carting groceries takes up alot of lVlark Williams' time. Before leaving school Robert O'Neal makes sure he has all his books. 23 BOOTS GAUCHOS SWEATERS Boots were the big news on the fashion scene this year. Coming in various styles from western dingos to the "vogue" variety, boots were made or wearing and that's just what we did--with gauchos, rolled up jeans, and knee-length skirts. Other "hot" items in fashion for both girls and boys were rugby shirts and sweaters. With their bright stripes, rugby shirts added a bit of color to everyday school life. An unusual y cold winter created instant popularity for sweaters. They were designed with everything from decorative scenes to boldly patterened stripes. Worn with the ever popular jeans, sweaters enabled us to tolerate the lowered thermostats. Rounding out the fashion scene for '77 were jumpsuits for girls and beltless slacks for guys. ln a year of no fads, our varied fashions more than filled the gap. Rugby shirts, overalls, and tennis shoes were oaular this ear as shown by 'lpracy lilickman, Pam Easterling and Ricky Bates. ' 2.4 W Jumpsuits proved to be both comfortable and fashionable as they vvere designed in stripes, patterns, and prints. , ... - -. ' Y M. 51. .,I yy .ri tffffifffjtj igtijg iff : 1 f The favorite fashion of fllfh' the year was boots and V l if -"" N gauchos. A favorite outfit for Lynette lVlaples was rolled up jeans and boots. CURRENT EVENTS A small town called Plains has become famous as one of its favorite peanut farmers was elected President of the United States. Jimmy Carter of Georgia is the first Southerner to become president since Andrew Johnson and the days of Reconstruction. Here at home as the congressional race went on, Stone County had visits from both Trent Lott and Gerald Blessey. Lott spoke at the loading platform in town anc Blessey spoke in our own cafeteria. A mock election was held here at Stone Highp however our results didn't quite correspond with the state or nation's polls. With inflation still growing, candy has risen to 2Oc a bar, peop e are drinking less coffee, and twermostats have been turned down to preserve gas. On the entertainment side, Elton John and Aretha Franklin were elected Pop Vocalists of the year and Paul lVlcCartney rocked the nation with the altl song, "Silly Love Songs" On the T.V. set up in the librar these student watch as Jimm Carter becomes the 39yth President of the United States. Bumper stickers appeared on cars throughout the parking lot. PEANUTS . . CANDY . . CAMPAIGNS i1j,iQw4'aE ' iii ., i 1 wr I 11 M 1 '-1-3. , vu, 0t11.wf,F i, ff 4 F able' 1 I " ag ' Wiz I " 1-,N 'hir 1, 1. "F-1.,,. 0" 'iv U af, cbd.: ,Digg " 'xl ,AF ggi: 1, em M, ,pr ., r 1 -Q -- , i 'mu' mi H 1 ,,, :5:,,,..,i W, 1.,- I and 4 g mt. ' -'ffgjl-" , -c N . . wr "Haan, '-'-wb , f 1 . 'fm-4, "M Q . -Q., f-4' - , r 1,158 -ei. I, vc, ' . , -A v, A , i fha 21,47 . ,. - . . - 'Yr-. X' , A V-F.: if-im - . Iwi iivalr 't' ai , W f fi ' 1 TQ. --A Campaigms imumn-rf, A --A---R .wwe um ..f-.L-N. controversy as both I5 N00 014' ' 35 E283 students arid teachers backed their favorite candidates. LET IT SNOW Snow is a rare sight at Stone High, but this year, for the first time in four, we had our share. On Tuesday, January 18, school was dismissed when everyone woke up to see those beautiful white flakes falling to the ground. Although we only received a half incw, there was still enough to throw a few snowballs and slide down the "Highway 49" hill. Then on Sunday, January 30, "Jack Frost" returned, only this time it snowed all day and lVlonday morning brought no school and a white blanket covering the ground. Snowmen appeared all over town as everyone enjoyed the snow. Enjoying the day off from school, these students pelt passing cars with SHOW. LET IT SNOW . Preparing to do battle, Terry Owen and RussellDorsett carefully pack ther snowballs .wr F' Snow covered round is an unusual sight at Stone ll-ligh. . LET IT SNCJW . Snowball packing is an unusual occupation of Greg Strickland, and Susie Hayden. ,, 3 T.-. ' -Q.,-v - 19? V ,.,,.' ' vs., 1..- Y- 4,, V A - I 'E . .4-,c A. un-c , iT ' Ivy ,i 5QQ i'5-"if 1 1 , If " 1-fgf' , ,mb :- - n 1 Q3 1 y 1 Y l 4- N3- Goofing off in the snow, these boys take time out to pose for a picture. M535 1975-76 JUNIOR SENIOR PROM The Seniors knew some- thing was up the day all the Juniors were called into the gym and came out smiling smugly at each other. After couple of hours, the secret was out--we were going to have a prom! The Juniors got busy and sold magazines like crazy. They raised in excess of S3000 which was what they were aim- ing for. This was the first class to reach its goal. Meanwhile, our junior spon- sors, Nlrs. Webb and Nlrs. Shaw, were busily calling some of the fanciest hotels on the coast getting prices on a room for the "big event. " When they saw the oallroom of the Biloxi Hilton, they knew that this was the place. We would settle for nothing less than the best for our prom. The Grand Casino of the Hilton was reserved for us. Thanks to the Alabama Truck- ers Association, who wanted it that night, we were given in- stead the Grand Ballroom. No other high school had ever been allowed to use this room be- fore. . Attired for the occasion, stu- dents and faculty dance to the music of Obrion. The sign of the Biloxi Hilton greets the Juniors and Seniors as they arrive at the 1975-76 l Prom. 1 CJRIENTAL GARDENS While taking a short break For the next few weeks Juniors and Seniors were busy finding dates and something from decorating, Mrs, Surrounded by a sea of special to wear to the prom. Shaw tries to learn the balloons are Mrs. Webb Finally, it was here, the "hustle," and Judy Burchfield. first day of Nlay. Early Satur- day morning a group of sleepy- fir., eyed students gathered in front of llllrs. Shaw's house. They sf , 1,,,.,u . ll. . QE ' A 'ili T 1 were the decorating committee. .. 1, They stayed at the Hilton in i A ' all day blowing up and tying balloons together on a string. They also set up tables, hung W fish from the ceiling, and l T learned to do the "hustle", which lVlrs. Shaw learned to do . A '- "-.-, quite quickly. f ' -,, After a short break for a L, ! T T trip to NlcDonald's they finished i ' ' .' ,'- 1 ii the job and it was time. This Q ' up . was the night Stone High had 9 ' Q . B 1 been waiting for. We went to " , f' ,p , the Hilton donned in tuxes and -- , " I ' formals and were handed favors e, g ' T when we entered the door. eygv After a great speech by Jim J fll l ig i Price, president of the Junior E.esg-J"-les-f':L stf ' class, presents were presented l li.. ps I to the junior sponsors. The music started and no one wasted any time getting to the dance floor. People talked about the prom for months. When the pictures came in, Cat lasti, the subject of the prom was brought up again. It's died down a lit- tle now but no one that was there will ever forget the night of our 1975-76 prom. Tying balloons tothe ceiling from a rickety old ladder is tense work for Tiger Krohn. M E E E Yiwvfwf ,Jf1f0z10f..w.L..... WW5 Some owe born greedy Some achieve Qreaif- ness, and some have Qreo.+neSs 'H1rua'l' upon Them. -shqggspqnrc I R. , 9 w xv-J 4 N A MN x Y- ' f ,- fiift T -ffjfw-' fvrniwe Y 83" . ,'. 1. .1 Q. J ' .-,- 9 , -H , 1 3- V ' 4 ' 6' V f ' ' 'L ' 1 .. 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A I L ,, Q. .x, J --.- : . 5 l 1 a l. X y , ' lx 'A Bm' . r . K. Q BEAUTIES AND BEAUS .' K v '. lx - ' F ' W s 'M ,f H LQ ,'A. Q Q i I' . 1 Fa 4' - I ' B V n il I , 1, , . f f Sue Owen-Belinda Bond-Cindy Redmond-Steve Cobb-C lifford Boggs ,'1f, "'7' 4 x x Danny Batson-Lillian Smith-Jeffrey O'Neal-Judy Burchfield-Andy Vreeland EE Dana Qarsons 31? 2113232 sfggszzzgzgfis Lg? :EQ 111 uw 'fii .UU1f 1I I rw Simi lazim, , , zz fzzazzsffs. , , 1131183 iifffiffifiiifiii isa 'IEE 5 fa 'N 'f X'V"x"'f" S I .....,,.-,, -4" 7 gambi Bond Bruce Lott . " L4f52i"i E.. 2: ' 5 Q9 as Ig' , sz. ,,-'sv ' ,J 3 ,-lf L x 'Sa ' i w Q 'I 1 , - - 7- , -it I-A -V. ,' 1.3.9 a .31 3 I , , -'F-15. ' JA- .-' . if l 'l',-+75"lw?'1. ., -48 1 . .fm ' I Q Y , 92252535-p.z,, . T l .M l A .u.:- g., , ' L' ff '-fa 1' If .J F '. " ..' ' - X .-"" M- ' C "1 " . 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' W ' ' -,l,,..--T 1' N Q. -4 .1 n '- A gal " -2 CA RQ: . '1 4 .lvqrii 121 ,Jr 2-.4 'u .'ai.4f' Q. 'li 5 r 5? L1 U, ? 2 .--s!!' O Star Student Star Teacher if O Neal Math And Science Team Billi Rogers, Judy IVIcHenry, Bruce Lott, Susan Holmes. Not pictured: John Pric ett Back Gf Lineman Of The Year The Year Mike Fountain Lonnie Tillman All Gulf Coast Conference Steve Cobb, Lonnie Tillman, Ricky Bates, lVlike Fountain Honorable Mention All Conference Steve Thieman, Bobby Billingslea, Tiger Krohn, Dana Parsons, Jim Price Pickle Bowl Champs L15 MQ A , A Best Offensive Player--IVlike Fountain, IVlost VaIuabIe,PIayer--Ricky Bates, Best'De fensive Player--Lonnie Tillman , Valedictorian Salutamrian i Q sf -1-5 -'Y ,.g, -.L'.,L- lfv . 'f XFN, v 1 1,1 ' A ' 1 i 'f .. 3 . I N , Highest Honors S Seated: Judy Burchfield, Judy lVlcHenry, Bambi Bondi Standing: Susan Holmes, Billy Rogers, Bruce Lott, Patricia Bond. High Honors A Seated: Pe gy Evans, Becky Jones, Lori Smith, Rissa lVliles, Beth lVliller, Judy Williams, Sltanding: Brian Bond, Jim Price, Robert O'Neal, lVlike Lott. Not Pictured: Faye Bond and Jonnie Ladner. Honors Seated: Janice Johnson, Jane lVlclVlurphy, Teresa Breland, Erna Hatten, Freda Hickman, Standing: Clifford Boggs, Loretta Williams, Susie Hayden, Greg Strickland, Oscar Vanderbilt, Danny Batson, Dana Parsons ! I l EMM I-P5 nd' ual-ue'l'hcr OT' 'gag' l S ou.: ou. plc. 'Phe Sam? Y - Cin Know D , .-a.,- 1976-77 STONE HIGH TOMCATS anefvv, aejvmga, , 7 4. ,EFJZEQ if Coaches Managers U Sill? F uarterbacks Back: 8-Russell Dorsett, 90-Tim Roberts, 12-Paul Dorsett. Front: 14-Jimmy Spring, 12-Roger Taylor, 18-Tim Martin. I1 S .A ,M ' 43 ea, Back: 10-Eddie Baggett, 85-Russell Robinson, 36-Don Vernon. Front: 80- Donnie O'NeaI, 43-Edwin Coward, 89- Daniel Harris. IQ Win s Back: 46-Chuck Evans, 41-Frank Cox, 21-Robert James. Front: 45-Leon War- den, 7- George Redeemer. " " ' '-,. rt ailbacks '- Q R au Qu wi ' -i A. 1 .. . .... ' ' ri 9 Y 24 2 Back: 22-Don Scarborough, 40-Nlike Fountain, 29-James Green. Front: 24- Terry Buckley, 23-Howard Danzey, 27 Woodrow Calloway. 84-Billy Rogers 83-Scott Strickland 87-Dana Parsons -Willie NlcCarroll -Russell Jarvis 86-Jeff Ladner 82-Stewart Smith 81-Eddy Williamson T Q1 88 .JL Tl h . H' 1 ,nn .4 it BB uba lf! 'BL 2 4 42 32 44 20 iw-was 31 U 55 5' V, uf?-13' -Greg Walker 34 Steve Thieman Malcom Nlclnnis Wayne Temple Ricky Bates Willie Goins Ricky Farmer Billy Riels Barry Cameron -Oscar Nicholson All :F Lift Tackles -Tiger Krohn 525 -James Taylor -Harry Weaver -Wendell Patton 76 77 78 79- Randy Beach 58 63 61 74-Ronnie Meadows Rightlflackles III Back: 72-Troy Raborn, 55-Bobby Bill- ingslea, 50-Joey Rouse. Front: 73-Brian liond, 65-Leslie Baucum, 71-Billy Bre- and. Leg Guards Back: 69-Jim Price, 59-Lonnie Tillman, 67-0.L. Redmond. Front: 64-Wayne Smith, 92-Kent Ainsworth. ,., Centers , A 5-ia T W ., 4 . . iifgl jg.. . . , ,, , Q vi.,r:fcf'f., + "U .Ly-,, .l, " l f . , I .rl if - , it L - . Y' ya I ' L 1 R if W e f ggi' , 4'-5,7 1 1 I ff "if:"',fl.fl'Ef'3' ff-1 4532254 N 1- 'Qi gslziifr -"- A 4 l Pda?-1 X 5:15 16,7 kay if-f1':'f fl.,t 'Aid ,Lua 7 ' " ff' 5 5 tfjl'-1'+?5,'IiIi5Li,jf'-,J .If gflhgllf 51 ggi: Yf.Q.'f'Q1'-isjgi if1if"i'TCg'f'u.!:-Z1 "JtiI"':5 ' rf-if .- 51551-',iY"'51?ig ' 351 't l 5:51-?,,-l"'f'il Cx W2 f 'MQ- 1 if? rd: A- N- ,. A V fggfu ' 'ff' 2 'lg ' w e-.w 'F kai- J' '72 l , . A XE?-fffif l,-42, - 4 :ew '11 ru ,I jf 4. w,s'-sf-ffxinwx' Qxflgf WYL -if i x :-- ' Qlr's'Q"-'guilt it '?'1'iff'34z.f:,1gg,r, -rf'-ag,gqmi."??zf.f'f-'?1,'4v29 Q - .aategui-aussie ,f. fwaxEi?aQs rat. Back: 52-Raymond Loper, 51-Steve Cobb, 70-David Jetton. Front: 53-Jeff Otjen. , Dj., Right Guards Back: 57-David Nichols, 66-Terry Owen, 60-Curt Otjen. Front: 56-Hank Harriel, 68-Simon Wilson, 62-Nathan Jones. rn.. 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A ':pL1,'ffy4meiW,i- , , . ,, . 2,-1.:?'S1. 3,1 ,r l .- , ' A..-..4.'Xf-' 3 m?001i-p- V. .1 A , VA N,-, -5:-.gi . I :.1:J'qgf-4:1Qiij.s-I:P-j- i fi' ' " ' ,n.lii"fi"Q Y .+ '-"ii Q " 4 Jim Price .1 i, wgiuizgj' .1 , 'M' ' '- 'J' lla .. . .'-Y 5 1 i.. , ., . ,, 1 V fmfn- ' . J , Y gigs? ian flflf-i,ks"'l' Oscar Nicholson .-- uLl"ffff ' HY l ,.,5l.7'z. 5' - ' 1 -.vvu.,H:,3 . 1'--5.Lw55?j'f' A f s ,,. - .5942 4 L , , ' .v1:.-,rv , .2."z' mv.,-Sv' -' -Q ' Mr.ff.fr?" 'f' V l -I, , LG -V ' I - ,, 'riff-12-4v'1!fQ - - ' ' -- 'f' '.1?f,ffYl:5T.f.a .. Y 4293 ' ' y Q i'gll:4'15'i me- t'17"' -'xi ,ic-'if-5' ' i,:ft:...- -. 1: :'lfg2Df?Cl'lti?t71'l-'Q-,1y KQV, I i,"i'v"j' I-te '- 5 'z p'g. HL. I 4 ., iw , Jy. , ms- Av- , . -. t 'ww 4- A . Dana Parsons inte, -H-s r. in-1 PLAYERS 'ciiffe fff-ff l ua-1:r3"5-114 1 , 'Q , 1 'fm 1 M, , J ' Zig. f ,.,, X: 2- , ..x,. f i - 'r lu A A W-:Hama .- 1'fg+if'gfly ri' i l 'A 19 .ff , ' 3, cvfkffti xc? Brian Bond Greg Walker li-'ii 5-:f-. 'tffga lY1i'I-'1.,?.i,f.'f.5H '- 3- "'1i-Mu is ,i . -, , ,.,. "pi-if wr. Eli:-in f4,l-Y.lL:,g,v-'Hi ,M wi. mn, 1,5 .M, - . io: . . . . lip 5, g ijt' .-- l.Q-BTS, 111. pl'-ff ri:-' 1 V' -f"'g,,I". i Terry Krohn Billy Rogers Another Tomcat touchdown is made by Mike Fountain , m , S1 EM ,. , ' ' 1 x ,x ,S 1 ' 1 1 7 'X 71 fin 5 r -FP A ga' I, ffi QV . JG' A " " W . I n o Q. qu V 4 K :J .WA I N5 , . ' A sm 'Hr in ' ' ' f' y gfq 7 2 1 , 1 Q "A - - -' f fw - FQ' gg, 'rag 5 5'!'n'?k l I x I I X x ,, ,n fvf' f ' f' 3 ' ,L . A "" 'ijfjfla no 'M .f'- 'J' . ,..4 ""' ' , W- ' -' .P-' "Il ,- A ,,--x -us X 'N K? " fb 3 fl 1 f' X in A N . li 'Q ' .I ' X Q ii. uk ' '4 -V .Q 'E , e .i ?i " JF 1 k ln pain, lVIike Fountain receives a helping hand from Ricky Bates. - .-Sf' WA?" 4 f - . Turning the corner sharply, Russell Dorsett escapes the crowd of Bearcats. The referee signals a touchdown as the Iliomcats move the ball across the goal ine. Doing some good blocking, Steve Thie- man makes way for Tiger Krohn's punt. FGOTBALL CHEERLEADERS Standing- Gabrielle Davis, Captain, Penny Nichols, Beth lVliller, Co-Captain, Kneeling- Jacki Danzey, Gayle Roberson, lllleresa Smith, Lynette Nlaples, Sitting- Betty Sue Heg- wood, Rita Davis. While other students form a tunnel the cheer leaders take time out for a prayer before the l A lFootball,.,MrasCQtl'f A S game. A M ,Carol Prine- f SENIOR CHEERLEADERS Before the game some of the cheer leaders get the crowd fired up. s . F' f- ' '-x -J ' 1' - sk r j .lf ,- .11 .x ff " Y V Amgmi-L, .1 , 7 1 1 Celebrating the County Fair the cheerleaders display their spirit in the parade. FRESHMAN FOCJTBALL PLAYERS 58 7l Vg L3 Bottom Row: Billy Riels, Howard Danzey, Leslie Baucum, Jeff Otjen, Jeff Ladner Wayne Smith, Middle Row: Stewart Smith, Donnie O'Neal, Leon Warden, Jimmy Springs, Hank Harriel, Wendell Patton, Harry Weaver, Standing: Chuck Evans, Daniel Harris, Don Scarborough, James Taylor, Billy Breland, Nathan Jones, lVlal colm lVlclnnis, Roger Taylor dal ?"'. J. M S During the Ocean Springs game Coming off the field, these players welcome a Wayne Smith, Jeff Ladner, and rest. Leslie Bauoum watch from the sidelines. FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS Top Row: Shelia Fore, Missy Buckley, Captainp Rosetta Wash, Bottom Row: Tammy Overstreet, Co-Captainp Mitzi Ball Jing ""' The Freshmen cheerleaders strike a cute During the Ocean Springs game the cheer- pose for the camera. leaders keep the spirit going. A5441 Kneeling: Linda Dorth,lna lVloore,Denise Williams,Cookie Fairly,Lorese Taylor,Ann Vreeland,Charlotte lVloore,Paula Williams.Back: Judy Williams,Debbie Fairley,Susan Dunnam,Debbie Coker,Sandy Parker,Susan Cooper,lVlagaIene Thompson,Vonda Williams, Cynthia Bolton,Linda Lomax. Stats And Managers Erica Brow,Bruce Lott,lVlona Tubbs,Faye Bond,Shana lVlcDaniel. i Senior Players Receiving the tip, the Tomcats move into place. Long hours of practice pay off during the games. H-. ..,. ,TQ --,ii 1- 5r5:::7n:-iii riff?-y----Aiiiwifiiw ----fe., W - 1' me . H l Hin ,- jf 1, I N, .ai y . l f ,N ' -. ,t-fi! - 1 1 i --3 Im, va . - in mi - i -i .. 1 -, .- , r During a time out,Coach Roberts gives a few players a short pep talk. X TOMCATS KEEP THE BALL ROLLING . . Practicing shots before starting time, Some players receive some advice from the Tomcats prepare to face their op- Coach Roberts during halftime. ponents. The team takes a few minutes to A E it . warm up before a game. IYUPHQ , 4 ,, ' J .' r - , jg, vu" ' ' " . so A i Il, .1 Vi , A V , ' - 1 ... 1' V ' E X ., ' . X W. -A4 An extra point for the Tomcats is made by Debbie Coker. 1,2,3, HUSTLE! and the game begins. .sf-ayvf-lasulux. Jin? -.. ,-s.:ii!I-fsnrauw. 'xr' A.f,f2'- "" ,..,. qQ'. jfff A few minutes are taken out to plan little strtegy. - H". , ll if, , , ' ,. .,.,aUg. .v ,4 2 2 , A L , , ' R LZ- ii 'ni i V Pl' 4 he The girls warm up before the Bay High game. i e Passing drills before games always come in handy. ,: I Y-5: ,i,fE4f. f Q. ,'f.'s1'-fag? V . ,Qi 43 L...LJ l Standincfgz Richard Hovvze Eddie Ramey, Marta' Dravis, Billy Stone, Kevin Vanderbilt, Ricky Stone Mitchel Hart, Jeffrey O'llleal, Oran Bond, lVli e Fountain, Bob Weathers, Glenn Hunt, Steve Johnson, Jimmy lVloore, Tony Weathers. Kneeling: Coach Peter Georgian. :Y if T Q . :4i.,,,-klein,-, I rsigmpp 1, 1 I 66 Senior Players -u i I V l I --1... ' at I l , tg fs v 3 -- if - '.f' SUI' g ..'.9- Qt 9 'Eli - , With a comfortable lead against George County, The Tomcats, confident of a vvin, take time out from halftime warm ups to kid around. MOVE 'EM ON Trying to add another point to the En score,Jeffrey O'Nealmakesa ' if : 'E if free shot. 1 + ' 1' ' 4 L I These basketball players spend many hours practicing after school. Using the floor as a chalkboard, Coach Georgian A Tgmcat player tries for two points. diagrams a new play for the players. DOWN THE CGURT 'sf dn ,, 'Ou gif iff 5 5 The team receives some last minute instructions before the game starts. The Tomcats practice their shooting while they warm up . The basketball team shows who was number one in the George County tournament. Clowning around before the game,Jeffrey O'Neal and Billy Stone get in alittle extra practice. ' fl S-in W Senior Cheerleaders During halftime the cheerleaders do a cheer for the crowd. l .,,,,,,,. - xg! 1 Duri ng a basketball wood is surprised by the camera. The basketball cheerleaders show their excitement as 3 4" A? . 'E i rr' ' i hm, 'I' ll lhjigazl. s , l- l Q two points are added to the score. game Betty Sue Heg- D. Batson,B. Bond,B. l3illingslea,B. Cameron,T. Krohn,R. Dorsett,R. Bates,K. AinswortI1,P. Dorsett,R. Stone,C. Evans. 2nd Row: E. Covvart,S. Thieman,D. Vernon,S. Compston,T. Weathers,J. O'Neal,R. Loper,W. Temple,S. Wilson. 3rd Row lVl. Broadus,V. lVlitchell,W. Atchison,R. Farmer,E. Webb,S. Smith,G. Redeemer,R. Robinson,R. James,R. Anderson. 4th Row: C. Sellers,W. Graham,VV. Husband,C. Galloway,R. Howze,W. Goins,..l. Rouse,D. Harris,K. Johnson,J. Hill. l3ack:J. Vernon,D. Davis,F. Cox,L. Galloway,J. Peters,L. Tillman. Front: E. Williamson,J. Walker,R. Robinson,L. Galloway,Coach Mike Nelson,sponsorg 2nd Row: R. Jarvis,F.Johnson,T. Wl1ite,J. HilI,W. 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Ronald Willi Cindy Redmgnd - Senior Band Members We f . F7 Front: Judy Burchfield, Rissa lVliles, Cindy Recmond, Susan Holmes, lVlike Lott. Back Judy lVlcHenry, lVlary Lee Wash, lVlarshall Copeland, Jerry Scruggs, Zanuel Johnson. RIFLE CORPS Judy Miles L...ll... 1 .Wg , mira- Q. Smith,Becky Sumrall,Rissa V , ., .. 3 Iv., 5'-J, ,,Y.v ...M During a halftime performance, the rifle corps frames a trumpet soloist. The auxiliary corps surprised the Pickle Bowl crowd by Il spelling out "TOlVlCATS NO. 1! -' '-' " - V V 9 . , "X"-9'-l'.1rf'l'2'kW'l ,. 'U "Hare -vf---..-, , W- 1' rA'G:,2',f.:-! , 'gl l I i FL G CORPS Jfxx :f , x ,Sarah ,Taylor c,tured-Ro.S'emg'fy'dlaggspgngf -fgji' .8 , ,- , ! .JLH My K,5QP.f- . 1:59. us HoImes.,lVlany Lee wsiarlf- JPf1'ff.1'Q,t.xilm4hf.'Q ,iff -EP'-,,, Q' " ' A K-5'!.Ll,gg7y:,f..m3-5E.,3---:fix A A , ' ,X . ,-- .. ...X1" 4., -,..' 47- -.. . ,. -1 ', - '99 "BAND, A-TEN-HUT ... ONE!!" Participation in the Stone lVlarching in the county parades is one of the many per High Band requires a lot of hard formances by the band each year. work and determination. The band begins working three weeks before school starts. When 1 sch ool band spend three hours each afternoon perfecting shows. lVlost people think the band stops working when football season ends. This is not so. As soon as marching season is over, the band practices for a Christmas concert. lVlost of second semester is spent begins members of the practicing for State Band Fes- tival. Then they perform during a spring concert and at gradu- ati on . The band usually spends sixth period learning new drills for halftime shows during football SGHSOH These rifle corps members try to keep warm during the Poplarville game. Holding their heads high, these trumpet players take pride in their playing. All eyes are on drum majorette Cindy Red- The Stone High Band marches to the song mond as she gives the command to enter "Black Saddles" during the fair parade. the field The rifle corps circles Marshall Copeland while he plays a solo. During a football game at Poplarville, the band plays "Notre Dame" after a touchdown. Band Council i C , UW Y .-'v!""'v---v--4' ' The Stone High Band marched in the Stone County Christmas parade during the first week of December. Keeping one eye on her music and the other eye on the field,Lynn Clement watches to make sure the extra point is good. STONE HIGH CONCERT BAND il in :ui 11 IIHI1 1 1 ll 1 1 S L "l"'l""l'. FT 11 1 -I 1- l I Ev-E r-'Q,,.'.-,A it ,X -...f 1... ,aL.-'-.ng ' .ia-A - - , L .-. V f.. L Li. fi, "s3L:i-1'f- LAW, J. '- - Front Row: Candy Reynolds, Lillian Smith, Desha Breland, Mandy Williams, Martha Morphew. Second Row: Becky Sumrall, Lora Reeves, Millie McDaniels, Roan Smith, Mona Clark, Cassandra Husband, Lisa Smith, DwightWilliams, Harriet DeJarnett. Third Row: Tim Purvis, Carmen Johnson, Brian Coole, Claudia Pachel, Judy McHenry, Mike Lott, Cindy Redmond, Kelly Smith, Rissa Miles, Patti McDaniels, Jessie Walker, Jane Overstreet. Back: Susan Holmes, Tracy Hickman, Kenneth Brown, Henry Bond, Zanuel Johnson, FlintJohnson, Jerry Scruggs, Sylvia Strickland, Ramona Redmond, John Hill, Marshall Copeland, Judy Burchfield, Jeff Murphy, Lynn Clement. STONE HIGH CHOIR - - .. , A - Front: Theresa Chandler,Kim IVIcVay,Cindy Seals,IVlyrna Boncl,lVlary Snowden,EIaine Hickman,Kay Whittington,Donna Graves,Brenda Bynum. Second Row: Wauline Hickman Lynn Clement,Delores Dalrymple,Renee Hill,Kathy Anglin,Erna Hatten,Susie Walker, Betty Stricklancl,Rita King,Freda Hickman,Pam Fairley,lVlarilyn IVlallett,Rosa Lott, Arlene Bond. Back Row: Joyce lVIoore,JoAnn Lavender,Rosetta Wash,Priscilla Fairley Sylvia Henderson,Robin Ladner,Cindy Hill,Denny Taft,Alicia WaIters,Cassandra Blackwell,Sharon Powe,Gvven Goins ,Becky Jones,Annette Walters. T? Tl -"'a. 115. 15 X l .lid Y .J , T5 QJX -4-:-,J , , P l my The Stone High Choir is a very hard- . T . working organization. They often practice many times after school. The choir usually puts on several performances each year. This year they presented a Christmas concert and then travelled to the various schools in the county to sing. They also presented a concert in the spring. 1 The choir also has several small ' T groups such as the sextet and the en- T semble. These groups are comprised of the best singers in each section of the choir. The Stone High Choir is under the direction of IVlrs. Jerelene Jones who also accompanies them on the piano. Mrs. QeleneJones,Director ,,-i- .- Section Leaders 2335 Annette Walters,Lynn Clement,Erna Hatten,Cindy Hill,Becky Jones 85 Ensemble . C7 Seated: Lynn Clement, Erna Hatten, Becky Jones, Standing: Rosetta Wash, Rosa Lott, Annette Walters, Cindy Hill, Kathy Anglin, Betty Strickland. fa' qfj . - A . ' -lim: Singing in harmony the choir produces a The choir spends long hours in practice lovely sound. before the concert. I Or3a,ri.zn.'i'ions are 'Hme hear-T pf +odaY'5 '5occe'I'y. '-u.nKn0w'1 Student Council Standing: HarrietDeJarnette, Ronnie Allums, Nlarty Dravis, Don Davis, Donny O'Neal, Peggy Evans, Faye Husband, Robert Fortner, Kelly Smith, Darlene Nlorrison, Carloyn Lyons, Jan Ainsworth, DeSha Breland, Linda Lomax, lVlrs. lVlarge Rabbyp Sponsor Sit- ting: Sylvia Lynn Strickland, Rita King, Elisa Smith, Bruce Lott, Sue Owen, Patricia Torres, Susan Holmes, Lora Reaves " J -af" E , "S lineal, fa 'l K KK Finding needles in the haystack proves to be A face full of water is well worth the prize harder than it seems for James Ballman and to Danny Waddle. Danny Fountain. fl,- The hardwork of the Student Council on their float pays off as spectators look on. M11 1' The Stone High School Student Council is the official voice of the student body of Stone High. The re- presentatives are elected by homerooms to be that homeroom's voice in stu- dent council undertakings. The Student Council went to work early this year and set out to add a little fun to this school year as well as to better our school. ln addition to their usual acti- vities the Student Council sponsored a Fifties Day, a float in the fair parade, a Book Fair, and a mini Hal- loween Carnival. Looking on with amusement, Elisa Smith watches Wayne Temple being showered with sponges. S!! S W! G . 9 'W' ' 1 l R v I T. r Fl Getting ready to throw darts, Robert James poses for a picture. 91 Back: Mrs. Jones, sponsor, Penny Nichols, Karen Breland, Paige Baucum, Michelle Tullos, Betty Sue Hegwood, Darlene Morrison, Martha Morphew, Susan Shannon. Front: Joe Draughn, Mr. Willison, sponsor, Mary Dearman, Tamarah Smith, Beth Miller, lna Moore, Bruce Lott, John Campbell. This year the CATS' MEOW has a new image. lt is printed like a regular newspaper The staff works hard for three weeks before each printing so that the articles will be ready for publication. Although the 5 price of the paper has gone from 10C to 256, the students at Stone High think it is well worth it. D eQanp funi or O n M. nes, spohsfgjfgf Back: Susan Holmes, John Prickett, Paula Williams, Billy Rogers, Bambi Bond. Front: Judy lVlcHenry, lVlrs. Barbara 0'Nealp sponsor, Bruce Lott. Back: Chad Evans, Judy lVlcHenry, Marshall Copeland, Judy Burchfield, Desha Breland, Claudia Pachel, Karen Breland, Karen Lott, lVIrs. Mike Cain, sponsor. Front: lVlary Dearman, llllandy Williams, Kelly Smith, Lynn Clement, Lori Smith, Paula Williams, Paige Baucum, Vincent Pachel. First Row: lVls. B. Davis, lVlrs. C. Yeager, Sponsors, P. Easterling, C. Prine, L. Williams, S. Parker, L. Clement, Second Row: J. Burchfield, l. lVloore, J. Laclner, P. Williams, E. lVlonroe, T. Scarborough, S. Hayden, S. Parker, D. lVIorrison, A. Walters, Third Row: H. DeJarnett, S. Cooper, K. Cochran, P. Nichols, S. Owen, T. Chandler, P. Baucum, Fifth Row: K. Keyseer F. Husband, IVI. Tullos, R. Hickman, Sixth Row: R. Wash, C. Bolden, V. Lewis, E. Altman, V. Buckhalter, D. Hill, P. Fairley First Row: P. Baucum, C. Lyons, A. Walters, K. Ainsworth, P. Nichols, S. Holmes, C. Prine, D. lVlorrison, lVI. lVlorphew, C. IVloore, L. Parker, Second Row: F. Cox, D. Vernon, J. Rouse, T. Weathers, D. Batson, B. Billingslea, J. Price, B..Lott, G. Walker, Third Row: D. Parsons, R. Stone, J. O'Neal, S. Strickland, C. Evans, R. Dorsett Club he Front: IVlrs. Breland, Sponsor, L. Baucum, J. Ladner, R. Butler, A. Cha-inmen, W. Waits, 2nd Row: C. Fairley, G. O'Neal, J. Redmond, P. lVloDaniel, F. usband, C. Johnson, R. James, K. James, Z. Johnson, 3rd Row: L. Parker, D. lVlorrison, R. Allums, J. Ladner, S. lVlason, J. Walker, L. Smith, B. Lott, K. Lott, 4th Row: D. Breland, S. Taylor, R. lVliles, C. Redmond, C. lVloore, C. Boggs, A. Anderson, lVl. Wash, J. Joyner, IVI. lVlclnnis, IVI. Tullos, 5th Row: J. Ainsworth, R. Seal, B. Jones, J. Burchfield, P. Nichols, R. Fortner. Standing: lVlrs. Breland, Sponsor, lVl. Coole, IVI. Dravis, D. Davis, T. Williams, H. Danzey, K. Sherman, lVl. Williams, R. O'Neal, J. Stephens, J. Prickett, E. Bond, A. Walters, C. Hill, K. Alexander, K. lVIoKenzie, P. Torres, 4th Row: S. Hayden, R. Lott L. Williams, C. Pachel, P. Williams, B. Lott, 3rd Row: D. O'Neal, J. lVIurphy, R. Taylor, V. Pachel, T. Parsons, 2nd Rovv: C. Blackwell, IVI. lVlason, K. Kendricks, K. Lott, A. O'Neal, Front: K. Breland, L. Lott, P. Williams, V. Williams, K. Hester S Club f! Front Row- K. Ainsworth, R. Dorsett, T. Weathers, R. Bates, J. O'Neal, C. Prine, D Parsons, B. lVliller, S. Strickland, G. Walker, Second Row- S. Thieman, B. Cameron, D. Vernon, J. Williams, O. Bond, P. Nichols, R. Stone, F. Cox, L. Taylor, B. Billingslea, Third Row- T. Khron, L. Tillman, IVI. Fountain, K. lVlartin, T. lVlartin, lVl. Buckley, S.Owen, J. Danzey, S. Parker, T. Owen, P. Williams, Fourth Row- D. Bat- son, J. Price, W. Husband, P. Williams, Fourth Row- D. Batson, J. Price, W. Hus- band, P. Baucum, B. Warren, D. Coker, D. Jetton, B. S. Hegwood, I. lVIoore, S. Cooper, W. Achinson, Fifth Row- B. Bond, S. Dunnam, C. lVloore, R. Howz, S. Cobb, O.L. Redmond, L. lVlaples, G. Davis, R. Davis, P. Dorsett, Sixth Row-J. lVloore, O. Nicholson, W. Goins, L. Lomax, G. Redemeer, R. Ramey Front Row-K. Buckley, J. Fairley, R. Whittington, W. Potter, Second Row-J. Ander- son,dlVl. Dale, D. Stevens, R. Dedeaux, R. IVIcDainel, Third Row-B. Ladner, IVI. Broa us ' Front Row-T. Khron, C. Prine, J. Price, L. Maples, O.L. Redmond, 0. Bond, E. Alexander, R. Dorsett, Second Row-D. Scarbrough, S. Wilson, J. Rouse, B. Billings- lea, R. Bates, B. Bond, Third Row-T. Owen, R. Stone, S. Smith, J. O'NeaI, S. Strickland, C. Evans, W. Atchison, Fourth Row-D. Vernon, D. Parsons, B. Breland, S. Cobb, NI. llllclnnis, H. Danzey, L. Baucum, IVI. Buckley, B. IVliller First Row: J. R. Walker, E. IVloore, D. lVlorrison, D. Fountain, J. Ballman, T. Davis, F. Rossback, C. Ladner, Second Row: T. Weathers, D. lVIcDonald, C. Otjen, D. Bre- land, T. Roberts, P. Dorsett, P, Prescott, R. Anderson, D. Vernon, K. Ainsworth, R. Lopler, T. Owens, K. Brooks, Fourth Row: IVI. Rayburn, A. Cooper, R. Tanner, J. Hic man. . Front Row: B. Bond, D. Batson, S. Compston, J. O'Neal, B. Cameron, G. Walker, R. Loper, R. Anderson, J.S. Foxworth, sponsor, Second Row: J. IVloore, S. Thieman, O.L. Redmond, P. Dorsett, B. Alexander, D. Fountain, K. Brooks, B. Simmons, Third Row: K. Kirkland, W. Atchison, R. IVIcDaniel, R. Fairley, K. Hancock, IVI. Broadus, B. Dedeaux, L. Warren, L. Tillman, Fourth Row: B. Carpenter, T. Ferrel, G. IVIcDaniel R. Hatten, A. Fairley, S. Parrish, IVI. Parker, A. Vreeland, Fifth Row: G. Hunt, B. Bond, IVI. Bardwell, G. Butler, IVI. Lott, R. Purvis, C. Norris, O. Bond, Sixth Row: G. Stewart, J. Stevens, IVI. O'Neal, B. Hickman, J. Alexander, B. Ecroyd, D. lVlorris 1 . A' ggirgge V1.1-,E V A-.tgiglf -. FFA Front Row-A.Anderson,K. Sanders,B.Bond,B. Simmons ,A.BreIand,D.Gordon,V.Buck- haIter,D.HiiI,L.lVIapIes,C. Prine,A.WaIters,Second Row-C.Bolten,J.Williams,C. Singleton,A.Bradford,S. Hickman,K.0verstreet,T. IVlcQueen,IVI.O'Neal,D.Williams,D. FairIey,C.Firth,Third Row-R. Robinson ,J. IVlcDonald,C.IVlonroe,E.Johnson,S. IVIason, E.Hickman,D.Strickland,B.Strickland,S.Shannon,IVl.Smith,IVlrs.E.Davis,Sponsor, Fourth Row-H.Dejarnett,E.Brown,L.GaIIoway,G.Goings,S.Parker,F.Walker,T. Daniels,R.Redmond,A.Bond,R.Ladner,E.Altman,FiftI1 Row-G.Redeemer,W.Goings,R Patton,R.Hickman,L.Smith,P.Easterling,D.Taylor,D.Prine,D.HulI,P.Baucum,Back Row-IVI.Fountain,B.BreIand,L.Giliiam,C.Fairley,S.Williams,B.Breland,D.Fairley,P FairIey,R.Lott,P. Torres Front Row-J. Ladner,S. Parker,T. Smith,S. Owen,C. Prine,K. Ladner,B. White,T. DanieIs,Second Row-IVIr.C. WiIlison,Sponsor,Third Row-D. Morrison, IVI. Oneal, D. Gunter, A. Bond,R. Ladner,R. SeaI,A. O'NeaI,S. StrickIand,Back Row-L. Williams IVI. Wash,Z. Johnson, E. Smith,B. SumraII,A. Vreeland Beta Club 'Q Front: lVlona Clark, lVlandy Williams, Elisa Smith, Roan Smith, Judy Burchfield, Susie Hayden, Susan Holmes, Cindy Redmond, Sylvia Strickland, Sara Taylor Second Row: Cassandra Blackwell, Patha Williams, Karen Lott, Paige Baucum, Billy Rogers, Alisa 0'Neal, Martha Nlorphew, Judy lVlcHenry, DeSha Breland Third Row: lVlyla Parker, Rita King, Claudia Pachel, Deborah Gunter, Lynn Clement, Cassandra Husband, Ronnie Allums, Frank Cox, Angela LeBlanc Fourth Row: Donna Davis, Paula Williams, Roger Taylor, Joey Rouse, Jeff lVIurphy, Donnie O'Neal, Don Davis, Lillian Smith, Joel Ver- non. 'QL I K A 1' i Sitting: Todd Davis,Lynette lVlaples,Phyllis Ladner,Nlary Lee Wash. 2nd Row: Phyllis Pough,Greg Strickland,Tiger Krohn,Faye Bond,lVlelissa O'Neal,Vera Johnson,lVlrs. Wcod,sponsor. Back: Barbara Simmons,Don Whittington,Tracy Dale. H! ' 1 C-., lst Row: lVlrs. Webb,Sponsprp IVI. Tullos,B. Sumrall,E. Smith,R. Smith,L. Smith,J. Price,S. Hayden,G. Strickland,T. Scarbrough. 2nd Row: IVIrs. Cain,Sponlsorp IVI. lVIorphew,K. Lott,B. Jones,B. Hickman,C. Evans,K. Dale,K. Ladner,T. Smith,B. White. 3rd Row: T. Krohn,D. lVlorrison,C. IVIoore,L. Smith,L. Clement,L. Parker,lVl. Copeland,R. Hays,L. Williams,B. Billingslea. 4th Row: P. Williams, K. Ainswortl1,F. Cox,B. IVliller,D. Parsons,G. Roberson,R. Dorsett,J. O'Neal,B. Cameron,T. Weathers Back Row: D. Batson,IVI. Williams,P. I3aucum,P. Nichols,J. IVlcHenry,lVI. Lott,B. Rogers,B. Bond,G. Walker,J. IVloore,S. Dunnam,S. Thieman. l A . C0-Op Club Sitting: T. Scarborough,T. Breland,D. Hill,B. '3axter,P. Bond,E. Hatten,J. lVlc- Nlurphy. 2nd Row: IVI. BaIlman,S. Hayden,NI. Parker,S. Parker,R. Ramey,B. Bond, D. White,IVlrs. Robe-rts,sponsorgR. Hayes. Back: K. lVIartin,J. Allums,D. Bond,A. VreeIand,R. Purvis,T. Rawls,K. Hancock. The annual staff began work 3 on the 1977 Echo during the first ll week of school. From that mo- ment on, fourth period became the l most hectic time of the day. When the tardy bell rang, the staff members would rush into the room and await instructions from the editors. The biggest problem of the annual this year was pictures. It seems like every set of pictures taken, nad to be retaken. Senior portraits, Homecoming pictures, and club pictures all had to be made twice which provided all the staff with a headache. T Despite late ictures, missing pages, and overdue deadlines the annual was finally completed. The staff hopes you like this, the 1977 Echo. 1977 ECHO STAFF I i The staff spends many hours d drawing off new layouts for the annual. Tired from counting Who's Who ballots, Susan Holmes and Judy lVIcHenry struggle to stay awake. During Homecoming week Penny Nichols and Alicia Walters un- tangle a spirit chain. fe' ,L " 1 2. 1 if' Y, lil l ' .lla-l fl Y H il ll A 149' M, l gi 21 ,K 'N- -..,,,1.. N K- .' . ,. . ' ' 4 1 1 ' V l I Z Y ll Ill Q., K I lvl 7 we A W .I V 11 H ,.1 .. . . Y ' -4 r J s s f Q 6?2Ga2fQ2f Glawfffb Ia. f GZQWQDQ people he made, so many 019 'Hwem Lmcoln God muS1' like plain GGOD MORNING, Principal: Mr. Lester Baucum Assistant Principal Mr. Needam jones 'M' if'-""'R ANNOUNCEMENTS PLEASE ... vt- fm 1 ,XX -. N . C , Board Of Education Woodvey Lott, Jerry Alexander, Donald Waits, Att, Charles Williams, chairman, Ras Da vis, alter Davis. Sitting: Sup. of Ed. J.A. O'Neal Mi ' J' 4 -rn -,.., , 1 Peter Georgian-Coach, Social Studies Betty H ol I ing sworth-Eng I i sh J erelene J ones-Choral Director Nlyrtle Jones-Business Education John Kirker-P .E . , S ocial Studies Bob Knight-C oach , S ocial Studies ,wr J' . L Virginia Breland-Foreign Language Mike Cain-Chemistry , Physics Science J essi e Chambers-S ocial Studies Betty Davis-English Eleanor Davi s-Home Eco- nomics J .S . Foxworth-Agriculture i i i .I if : 'ffl SX ,3.,x ,, ' .'l'i'l ir' - ,v . . 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XQQ7- ' , M ,g,, ra- ' - f 5- .X-5-Q55 A, ,X , '- 5 jf-.X .fXj's,Q,:,L. rw XX-4' wk 4 ,. 5? 15,4 XX, BW ..--af PBI '-:XA 'wmv' James Batson Allums 2,3, Co-op-4, Student Council 47 Off.-4, Class Officer-3. Gerald Price Anderson Francis Kathryn Anglnn Choir-1,2,3,4, Sextet-4, FHA-4, French Club-4, Beta Club-1. i Sharon Lynn Anthony Basketball-1, FHA-1,2. 4 4 Walter J. Atchison ll S' is . 'M Baseball-2,3,4, Football-1,3, A 4 Track-1, S-Club-4, FFA-2,3, . 4, FCA-3,4. Charles Edward Baggett O Football-1,2,3, FFA-4, Who's tk l Who-1,3, S-Club-3,4, FCA- 3 4 I U lf , I i I 1 1 n FFA-3,45 Off.-35 Science Club Mark Allen Ballman Football- 1 ,2p Manager-3, Bzzse- P ball-3, FCA-1,2,3, Co-o - Science Club-3. :ck attbew Bates R' y IVI Football-1,2,3,4, Baseball-3, 4, S-Club-2,3,4, FCA-3,4, FFA-2,3,4, Speech and Drama Club-4, Wbo's Who-2,3,4, Nlost Valuable Player of Pickle Bowl-4, Outstanding Back in Pickle Bowl-3, All GC Conference 4. L, 5 .HIL I 911g 'FY Daniel Bruce Batson Baseball-3,4, Basketball-4, lnter-act-2,3,4, S-Club-3, 4, Science Club-2,3,4, FFA- 2,3,4 FCA-4, Who's Who-4. fam Barbara Nell Baxter Beta Club-1, Latin Club-1,2, 3, FHA-1,3, Co-op-4, FBLA WI Robert Bruce Billingslea Football-1,2,3,4, Baseball-2, 3,4, Student Council-1, FCA- 2,3,4, S-Club-3,4, Interact- 2,3,4, Latin Club-1,2, Science Club-4, GC Conference Honor- able lVlention Baseball-3, GC Conference Honorable Mention Football-4. Clifford Boggs Track-1, French Club-2, Beta Club-1 . I ,rv Martha Faye Bond Basketball-15 Stat.-4, Beta Club-1,2, Latin Club-l,2,3 FBLA-4. Oran Lee Bond Basketball-1,2,3,4, S-Club 3,4l, FFA-2,3,4, FCA-4. Brian Marvin Bond Football-1,3,4l, Baseball-3, ,,., 4, FFA-2,3,4, FCA-3,4, S-Club-3,4l, Science Cluo-2, 3,4, Beta Club-1, Latin Club- David Larue Bond I Band-1,2, Co-op-4, FFA-1, I Bambi Lynn Bond Beta Club-1,2,3, Science Club 2,3, Y-Teens-2,3, Co-op-4, FBLA-4, Annual Staff-3, Latin Club-1,2,3, Literary Club-3, 4, Student Council-2,3,4, De- votions Committee-3,4, Class Off.-3,4, Homecoming Court-2, Who's Who-4. Belinda Carol Bond Flag Corps-3, Track-4, FHA- 1,2,3, FBLA-4, Science Club- 2. I i Patricia Earleen Bond Beta Club-1,2,3, Co-op-4, FBLA-4, Y-Teens-2,3, Latin i Club-2. Ruby Bond Seal lv French Club-3,4, FBLA-4. Eur' r 'ir'- 1 rw! QQ, . , Annette Melanie Breland Track-4, FHA-1,2,3, FBLA- it D S 4, Science Club-2. Teresa Carol Breland Choir-1,2, Beta Club-1,2,3, 'K 4, Co-op-4, Science Club-4, is FHA-1,2,3. . , . ' , 'i?"S"1fH 0 wx, 5. .Q . D ' 1 r I 5 E1 ,U 1 ,.-4-ily, : 0 x, ' ,, -, 4 -,. .J A cl Sandra Joyce Brown FHA-1,2,3, FFA-4 Vera Buckhalter Football 2 3 4 Track 2,3, ,li S Club 3 4 FCA 2 3,4, I Band 1 2 3 4 Science Club- 2 3 4 Devotions Committee- Judy Karen Burcnfield Band-1,2,3,4, Band Council 1,4, Annual Staff-1,3,4, Paper Staff 1,3, Devotions Committee-4, Flag Corps- 3,4f Capt.-4, Beta Club-1,2 3,4, Science Club-2,3, Y- Teens-3,4, French Club-3,4 Wbo's Who-1,4. George Edmond Butler, Jr. Football-1,3, FFA-3,4. A I ,A Cheerleader 1 2 3 4 Capt.- 4 Annual Staff 1 3 4 Editor 1 4 Paper Staff 1 Basket- 1 S Clu 2 3,4, lv- FHA 1 FCA 4 WhosWho- V4 ' 1 4 Homecoming Court 4. ' Basketball 1 Flag Corps-3, 11,13 Y Teens 3 4 Annual Staff- 5 3 FHA 2 3 4 Speech and QA gm 5 4'ff1n Peggy Jane Evans Student Council, FHA-2,3,4, Who's Who-1,2,4. Debra Sue Fairley Basketball-1,2,3, Track-3,4, Flag Corps-3, Paper Staff-3, S-Club-2,3,4, FBLA-4, FCA -2,3,4, FHA-3,4, Who's Who 1 ,3,4 All Conference Basket- ball-1 . F ,vs ,v-'sg I D n X o Laveris Gillian Debora Gordon Walter Keith Hancock FFA-2,3,4, Co-op-4. Erna Paulette Hatten Choir-1,2,3,4, Sextet-2,3, , 4, Ensemble-1,2,4, Section 'V 5 - Leader-l,2,4, Science Club- 2, FHA-1, State Choir-3,4, Superior Sextet-3. Choir-2 , FHA-2 . 'H"'W Iwi Dennis Sherrod Fore FFA-3,4. Michael Antione Fountain Football- 1 ,2 ,3 ,4, Basketball- 1,2,3,4, Track-1,2,3,4, Gymnastics-4, S-Club, 2,3,4 FFA-4, FHA-4, FCA-3,4, All GC Conference Football-4, Who'sWho-1,4, 'YV' Susie Stafford Hayden Cheerleader-1,2,3, Annual Staff-1, Paper Staff-1, Co-op- 4, Beta Club-1,4, Science Club-2,3,4, Student Counci 2, Officer-1, Devotions Com- its-,O mittee-3,4, FHA-1,3, Y- Teens-3,4, S-Club-2,3, Home- coming Court-2,3, Wl1o's Who- Q 1 ,2,3,4, Class Officers-2, Robert Eugene Hays Co-op-3,4, Science Club-2 3 ,4, Devotions Committee-4, Beta Club-1, Latin Club-1. VB! io, '63 I -r 5, 3 4 gg l'1, rf, -c"?' 3. ' , Freda Louise Hickman Choir-1,2,3',4, Beta Club- , 1, Science Club-2,3, Y- Te9'15'213, FHA-1,2,3. Carol Ruth Hickman Y-Teens-4, FHA-1,2,3,4 JJ s,w5.. French Club-3,4, FBLA-4 Danita Inez Hill Susan Laurie Holmes Band-3,4, Flag Corps-Ll, Annual Staff-1,3,4, Student Council 1,47 Off.-4, Paper Staff-1, Beta Club-1,2,3,4, Off.-4 Latin Club-2,3, Off.-2,3, Literary Club-4, Science Club 2,3, FHA-1, Interact-4, IVIJSH Symposium-3,4. .v-,, 4 1:-ix. . 'nil S 4 Vernon Hughes Franklin Glenn Hunt Basketball-1,3,4 FFA-2,3,4 Latin Club-1 ,2 . Willis Ben Husband Terri Dianne James FHA-1 ,2 ,3 . Janice Elizabeth Johnson if Track-4, FHA-3,4, Student Council, Who's Who-1. A Zanuel Johnson Q Band-1,2,3,4, Band Council- 3,4, French Club, FBLA-4. MA Rebecca Smith Jones Band-1, Flag Corps-3, Select l Choir-2,3,4, Sextet-3,4, En- 1 semble-2,3,4, Section Leader- ' 4, FHA-15 Off.-1, Beta Club- 'l 'ff' 1,2, Science Club-3,4, French E Club-3,4, FBLA-4, Class Of- ficer-2 L Leon Jones Y - .jx ir- '- Wa F5335 Keith Scott Kirkland Basketball-1,2,3, FFA-1,2,3, 4, S-Club-4. l Terry David Krohn e R . Football-1,2,3,4, Baseball- ff' .5 3,4, Annual Staff-4, S- 1' Club-2,3,4, Science Club-2 3,4, FCA-2,3,4, FFA-2, . , Conference Honorable Mention " Baseball-3, GC Conference 3 Honorable Mention Football-4, 'b 4 lVlost Valuable Lineman in Pickle Bowl-3. Jonnie Dale Ladner French Club, FBLA-4, 4 1""'R5 Phyllis Overstreet Ladner Basketball-1, FHA-1, Speech and Drama Club-4. it r. Phillip Keith Martin Co-op-4, Football-1, FFA 3,4. Timothy Edward Martin Football-1,2,3,4, S-Club -41 R Latin Club-1,2, FCA-3,4, sci- ,N ' ence Club-2, Who's Who-4 Class Officer-3. -21 , X I 1 L John Michael Lott Band-1,2,3,4, Band Council- A' 4, FFA-3,4, Science Club-4. - M Peggy Lynette Maples Cheerleader-1,47 Capt.-1, Flag Corps-3, S-Club-4, FHA-1,2,3,4, FCA-45 Off.- 4, Speech and Drama-45 Off.- 4, Who's Who-1,3,4, Home- coming Court-4, FFA Live- stock Representative-4, Robert Bruce Lott Student Council 2 4 Off 4 Paper Staff-1 3 4 Editor 4 Annual Staff 1 3 4 Stat 4 Beta Club-1 2 3 4 Off 3 Science Club 2 3 4 Inter act-2,3,47 Off 3, Latin Club 2,3,47 Off. 4 French Club 3 47 Off.-4, Literary Club 3 4 MJSH Symposium 3 4 NJSH Symposium-3 Who's Who 1 4 f Jacqueline Taylor Lott Band-1,2, Student Council 1 2 Beta Club-1 FBLA 4 Off 4 FHA-1. J Robbie Nelson iVlcDaniel VICA-3,45 Off.-3,4, FFA-1, 2,3. Judy Lynn lVlcHenry Band-1,2,3,-4, Band Council-2 Student Conductor-2, Nlajorette- 2, Rifle Corps-3,4, Annual Staff-1,3,4, Editor-4, Paper Staff-1, Literary Club-3,47 Off. 4, Latin Club-1,2,3, Beta Club -1,2,3,4, Off.-1,2,3,-4, ence Club-2,3,4, Devotions Sci- Committee-3,4, GC Band Clinic- 1,2,3, Lumberton Band Clinic- 2 ,3 , IVIJSH Symposium-3,4. l,.ftS FF EXX rn! 3 Helen Jane lVlclVlurphy Choir-2, Co-op-4, Y-Teens- i 3, FHA-1,2,3, FBLA-4 Julia Beth IVliIler Cheerleader-1,2,3,4, Beta V Club-1, Science Club-2, FCA ' -4, S-Club-1,2,3,4, Paper Staff-4, Student Council-1 . ,, O If' A l Rissa Elizabeth Miles Band-1,2,3,4, Flag Corps-2, Rifle Corps-3,47 Capt.-4, Band Council-4, Paper Staff-3, FHA- 1, Beta Club-1,2,3,4, Off.- 2,4, Science Club-3,-4, French Club-3,45 Off.-4. Haston Randal lVIiller Who's Who-1, VICA-37 Off.-3, Co-op-4, FFA-2,3,4, Science Club-1. N Ufll-'F 1 :Ernie tf me .5 Charlotte Leigh Norris Staff-3,4, Gymnastics-4 6-'43 CWA rc' ', .Y lu s act-4 Who'sWho-4 Jeffrey Lee O'Neal ball-3,4, FCA-3,45 Off. FFA-2,3,4g Off.-2, S- act-4, Who's Who-4. Robert Eshan O'Neal Latin Club-3,4, FFA-1,2,3, .I1 Wanda Sue Owen Cheerleader-3, Basketball-1, Y-Teens-4, Student Council- X .. 3,4, off.-3,4, FBLA-4, off.- " 4, S-Club-3, FHA-1,2,3, 5 Who's Who-4, Homecoming Court-4. Band-1,2, Choir-3, Paper ,L FFA-2,3,4p off.-2, s-6iub- 3,4, Science Club-4, Inter- x lk 5 Basketball-l,2,3,-4, Base- Club 3,4, Science Club-4, Inter- Penny Jean Nichols Cheerleader-3,47 Off.-4, Y- Teens-3,4, Paper Staff-3,4 Annual Staff-4, S-Club-4, Science Club-2,3,4, French Club-3,4l, Interact-4. Oscar Wyatt Nicholson Football-1,3,4, Track-1, S Club-3,-4. rs-,Sb 'F ma?- Michael Thomas Parker l , , Football-1, Co-op-4, FFA-2, r v 3,4 r Lorie Robin Parker l W Hair Band-1,2, FFA-3, FHA-1, 3 , French Club-3. ,gag- iff! Melinda Sue Parker 1 A Basketball-1, Latin Club-2, French Club-3, Co-op-4. Susan Parker FHA-1,2,3,4,v-Teens-4, ', 4 FBLA-4, Library Club-3 Ein Dana Ray Parsons Football-1,2,3,4 Track-3,4, Annual Staff-4, FCA-2,3,4y Off.-3,4, Inter-act-2,3,4, Beta Club-1, Off.-1, Science Club-4, S-Club-2,3,-4, Latin Club-1,2, All GC Conference Honorable lVlention-1,4, Who's Who-4. Rosa Lee Patton FHA- 1 ,2 ,3. 'lil-"fl Q25 1 YA , X Ricnard,AntnonylRamey Track-1,2,3, Co-op-4, Sci ence Club-3, FFA-2, Wl1o's Who-4. Terrell Lynn Rawls Track-3, Science Club-3,4, FFA-2,3,4p Off.'3, Co-op-4 Carol Elarne Prrne Cheerleader 4 Mascot 4 Y Teens 3 4 Off 3 4 FCA 4 , S Cluo 4 FBLA 4 FHA 1 2 3 Inter act 4 Charles Ronald Purvrs Co op 4 FFA 1 2 3 C nthia Nadine Redmond Y Band-1,2,3,4, Drum llllajorette- 4, Band Council-4, Beta Club- 1,4, Class Officer-2,3,4, Student Council-1, Paper Staff- 2, FHA-1, French Club-3,4, Wl1o's Who-4. Oliver Lucius Redmond Football-1 ,2,3,4, Track-2,3, 4, FFA-2,3,4, FCA-4. Wx ww William Brian Rogers Football 3 4 Beta Club 1 2 3 4 Literar Club 3 4 FCA Y 3,4, Science Club-2,3,4 f..-a-0 A 5 U WT, Latin Club-1,2. Tami lVlaI'ie Scaroorough Cheerleader-1,2,3, Student ' Council-4, Y-Teens-3,4, 1, Science Club-2,3,4, Latin Co Club-1, S-Club-1,2,3, op-4. QR I '- VF IF" su, 'BMW' P' Q"""S7' FHA- Jerry Norman Scruggs Band-1,2,3,4p Band Council 4, Latin Club-1,2. Barbara Ann Simmons FHA-4. Anita Maureen Smith FHA 1, Latin Club 1 Beta 3 1, Choir- . Lillian Elizabeth Smith Band 1,2,3,4, Flag Corps 2 Rifle Corps-3,4 Science Club 3,4, French Club 3 4 Of 4, Beta Cluo-2 3 4 2,3,4, FHA-1 4 1 4 Homecoming Court 4 Who s Who-4 Class Officer 4 ml Gregory Clyde Strickland Latin Club-1,2,3, Science Club -1,2,3, Speech and Drama-4. Denny Taft Football- 1 , Choir-1 ,2 ,3,4 Science Club-2, French Club-3, -xx 5 State Choir Festival-3. -4-Pl .,,, Cathy Taylor Deborah Denise Taylor Band-1,2, Flag Corps-3, Y- Teens-3, FBLA-4, FHA-1,3, Stephen Lynn Thieman Football-1,2,3,4l, Baseball-4, S-Club-2,3,1l, FFA-2,3,4, FCA-3,4l, All GC Conference Honorable Mention-4. Lonnie Earl Tillman Footoall-1,2,3,4, Track-3,4, S-Club-3,4l, FFA-2,3,4, Who's Who-1,4, Junior High All Con- ference-1, GC All Conference-4, Outstanding Lineman in Pickle Bowl-4, Best Offensive Lineman in GC Conference-4. FHA-2 Alicia Walters Mascot-4, Annual Staff-4, Choir-1,2,4, Science Club-2,3 4, Beta Club-1 FFA-1,4, Y- Teens-3,4, Latin Club-2,3,4, lnter-act-4, FBLA-47 Off.-4, District Science Fair-2. Mary Lee Wash Flag Corps-4, French Club, FBLA-4, Speech and Drama-4. Fonda Carol Walker Gregory Daniel Walker Track-3,4, Football-4, FCA- 4'- 4, Science Club-2,3,4, lnter- act-3,4, S-Club-4, FFA-3, X3 4 B can Oscar George Vanderbilt Beta Club-1,2,3,4, FFA-4, Choir, Science Club-4. Andrew George Vreeland FFA-1,2,3, co-Op-4, FBLA 4, vvmvs who-4. r x 'R' Walter Richard White Football-l,2,3, FCA-2,3, SCI- ence Club-3, Co-op-4. lf sq:-rits! xl 50 Jenice Williams Choir-2,3, FHA-4. ', Julia Nlarie Williams Basketball-1,2,3,4, S-Club 2,3,4, Beta Club-1, FBLA- FHA-1,2, Latin Club-3. MOG' " ' Loretta lVlay Williams Track, Latin-1,2,3,4, Beta Club-1, Y-Teens-4, Science NOT PICTURED Leniar Donell Boggs Virginia Johnson Who's Who-1,2, Football-l,2,3, Co- Choir-2, FHA-2. op-1,2,3, Baseball-1, Choir, FCA-1, 2, S-Club-2,4. Walter Keith Hancock Club-4, FBLA-4, Library-4. 4 Class Favorites Richard Ramey Gabrielle Davis Sandra Brown Jim Price Class Officers President--Jim Price Vice-President--Bambi Bond Secretary--Cindy Redmond Treasurer--Ricky Bates Reporter--Lillian Smith . I. , . . ET a s, ! 1' N ,.i." .f-, . '.' fglf' .f.-3 -1 gg 3 as? 'fs .fiizf Seniors show their true spirit and kick up their heels in a pep rally. I5 A little joking from Tiger Krohn, Billy Rogers, and Jim is Seniors After 12 long years, we've finally reached the top. No longer can we depend on others to be the leaders. As seniors, we are the leaders of our school and therefore have great in- fluences, whether realized or not, on the younger students and especially those closest to us. They, though sometimes unknowingly, follow in our footsteps as we have those be- fore us. We have completed four years at Stone High. We have made friends, had fun, caused changes, and decreased in numbers. An era in the lives of us and those around us has come to an end as we graduate. E fxxllii we 5-s.f'g' '13, if F ls n' Y A. worm - l n -'--.1 P5 'En Sitting on the Student Council 50's Day float, Pam Easterling Price adds variety to the con- and Tracy Dale wait patiently struction of the Homecoming float. for the parade to begin. We must now look ahead to our future years when our care- The Seniors show their spirit free days at Stone High will be during the pep rally on 50's all but forgotten. We shall go Day . out into the world alone now, without the comfort of our eei - T T friends who have faced our dif- T 1 ' T ficulties by our sides for the 1, past 12 years. We must face a l world and society that can be T hostile and we must do our best to tame it. lVlany of us will make great contributions to this world, but it will be alone for the first times in our lives. We leave our friends in the hope that our paths will cross someday, yet in our heart we doubt that we will ever see many of them again. This is all a part of growing up, which we must all do, though we would sometimes rather not. We shall always hold dear in our hearts the days we lived together at Stone. lt is difficult to leave, yet we know that we must. We can neverh return to our carefree lives at Stone. That is now past us. l l 'Y' A A 'tx l. On their way home from football By carefully inspecting their shark, Brian Bond, Jeffery practice, George Redeemer, O'Neal, and Richard Ramey learn Advanced Biology. Lonnie Tillman, and Mike Fountain play on an old bike. 134 -v-:W 1-wr1z.7uf ,ve-W " 1 m 4-f 21-fwa if-f-w"f ' ' l, .,. ,W-A-rw, 1 .Aw 1' -A4 'yi ff' ...fm , -N.: , 1 rw f A,A.,,,-- V,,...4"""""U' N. M,d,.,...L-MY , 2 ' iv-. 4-L. ,.,, 3, '1 TM 1 . N-J ff EN '-S--ffjri ' ,f - 2, Q 3432 1. H 0 , V Y HIL L N 45' 1 W Y I Q Jxal . K... in ' " if 4.1 his' T' E- 92' 5+ ,J M .- L' 9 r-:X .,1,",, u ,E I QR:-. My Q A , , '- R 1' H, f 'N X5 fi. l ' N w w 1 1 I M Sq X 'v 1 ' I , f . -, ,V , I H Y A lp . It I tx T I, , A 1, If 23:52 - N , ,v WF AMI A ,hi E 74.1 Cf,H65 Ol: - I 11K CLASS RINGS AMERICAN HISTORY Kent Ainsworth Blake Alexander Eu ene Alexander Q Ronald Allums Clifton Andrews Robert Avery Paul Bacon Mike Bardwell Randy Beach Florence Blue Articia Boggs Ray Boggs Arlene Bond Joe Bond Cary Breland Nlarcus Broadus Vera Buckhalter Terry Buckley Barry Cameron Dennis Chapman While the noise of the pep rally goes on, Juniors take time out to pose for a picture. SUPERGOAL IN MAGAZINE SALES Mona Clark Lynn Clement Steve Cochran Stewart Compston Jeff Coole Austin Cooper Frank Cox Mary Dearman Barney Dedeaux Russell Dorsett Mike Dravis Susan Dunnam Chad Evans Elween Fairley Athern Fairley Priscilla Fairley Robert Fortner Debbie Gunter Sonia Guyton Mark Hatten Riding on the back of Fonzie's motorcycle is Alisa O'Neal. On 50's day, Gail Roberson has trouble keeping her hair slicked back. Raymond Hatten Barbara Hickman David Hickman Lowery Hickman Roger Hickman John Hill David Jetton Flint Johnson Ken Kendrick Robert King Ronnie King Kathy Ladner Robin Ladnier Vivian Lewis Linda Lomax Dixie Loper Karen Lott Marilyn Mallet Ray Mast Shanna McDaniel These students look on as Mrs Yeager returns a test. I .ir.5Q" H if ' ii , ,. l lly i, i ii. , , 'I i , fl vi f 1-"i -,i ig LL.. .1 an--in - .i , lf? +I 'A E fx-1 - , W ' ' 'ti 'r V" .V , , , I , ivf- 1 .. 4 . 4 fl,--,, 1 jf: - arf'-,. 1 "EQ-, 1 ii H' . , , , 4! 'H 1 la L- T, TL A i'1'v' 'i V5 1 MN Q ... ,-, 52 3 l 1 , ' 'S i ' ' X- 5: x t, N L l . ,,QQ.., 'RL V? Ha H ,V A ,,x.4i 'XXX 'Vw 'E' 'X flrw l l rs tl ann sg-7 -'L '4:l'5M- , :vs , " "f V 0.4 X-'QPJY' . 'f ":' ii -J ' is ff-. F? 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Enjoying a soft drink during morning break ic ar and Terry ucq ey a to Lisa Alexander. f Dennis McDonald Janet McDonald Terri Meadows Lindsay Miller Eula Monroe Charlotte Moore Jimmy Moore Martha Morphew Rhonda Morris Darlene Morrison Alisa O'Neal Melissa O'Neal 0 Curt Otjen Karen Overstreet Mona Overstreet Terry Owen Lori Parker Mark Parker Steven Parrish Jesse Peters Bill Potter John Price John Prickett Troy Raborn George Redeemer Larry Redeemer Ramona Redmond Gayle Roberson During activity period these boys discuss their last class. Junior quarterback Rus- sell Dorsett receives last minute instructions from Coach Nelson. Russell Robinson Debra Rhodes Susan Shannon Angie Smith Elisa Smith Meresa Smith Sandra Smith Tamara Ann Smith 'ii ' Fill! 13 ",' 1 VN 4 F , l l 4 T .N l l'l"fl-l T ll H ' X l , ill L pil l mil lvjgggi P' Q ,X , Tamarah Lynn Smith Mary Snowden Jack Stephens Belinda Strickland Scott Strickland Theresa Stringer Becky Sumrall Georganna Thomas Michelle Tullos Don Vernon Annette Walters Brian Warren Tony Weathers Bobbie Wells Becky White Denise Williams Amanda Williams Mark Williams Paula Williams Eddy Williamison These juniors wait for the bell to ring. .xv " "" . ' , 4 N522 71. . ' f xv ,. Y, M, , Vx: A V 6 V ...-A' .- 4 b , . A 5' Af'-.1 fir CLASS OFFICERS TT . , . - ' V 1 , ' ' 1 . . K 1 'wf L Inisur o ison,fPresider1t-5 . 10' Durmamgl ee r sj Aejnt-5B'g4fS5gLl:D.9YsettrAB.EpQiteiGe'9BnFlene CLASS FAVORITES 35'r. 1 CL 66 OF rr N3 C9'mcQ4,aaJ 143 Jeff Alexander Joe Alexander Kim Alexander Eleanor Altman Alice Anderson Randall Anderson Ronny Anderson James Ballman Gail Bardwell Paige Baucum SOPHOMORES . l wf S lm 'W 'hi ' wh ' l , , ' xl LQ! ,1 Lf These drummers keep the spirit going during a pep rally. 'E' , i l 1 . I S Il his 1, , -V wif-. al H , .1 l "'f+':1f X, .. ' i 4, NW 1 l l if , 1 , A Kerry Baumgartner Fai" lg ,Q-W i. p Cynthia Bolden Q 'fail' ' , Donna Bond , W Q g 5 Edith Bond ,,pg-'- li X i f ng ll W ' Qq"f31'7f ' U Al V gllgi ..' .51 "..2l- P Henry Bond Jill Bond Belinda Breland Carl Breland 2 ffif, -3 ff - ,-nf: .f a in ll f , Q "-f liisll - 'ff Y ' X. ...x ,,i., , . THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD ' sureth ' Helping with the football laundry is Nlaurice Rayburn These girls make to be usec. in the works. e piano pageant 1 .rv Jil QR lk X i V W ' Q as ri? 4 ,T 1 5 4' A 5 5 -' ag Z 4. 5514 39' A M sf T 1' David Breland Desha Breland Kimble Brooks Kerry Buckley Kenneth Butler Margaret Butler Nena Butler Rita Butler Jimmy Chambers Theresa Chandler Ally Chattman Karen Cochran Debbie Coker Brian Coole Hollis Cooper Susan Cooper Edwin Cowart Jacki Danzey Rita Davis Todd Davis Ricky Dedeaux Harriet DeJarnett Willie DeJarnett Doug Dodson Paul Dorsett Joe Draughn Marty Dravi s Betty Ecroyd Dora Fairley Dorothy Fairley fg l Nvfirlii l vi faq-.-YW' 2 I Q l , u 'JHL W W.. y 5 'ii ii i wi. 1 4 'f ii , 'C a i v' . . K 4 yy Cl Q . may K ii Q , lm K e' L 'J-al ' . l , X ,li Q... 5 If Zu.. K f y. . l L il s ian.: 1-we ' ' W in ii ll ' 1- " 1 1 i.. ..lj'i M ,,f117l.iQ- . Robert Fairley W ll . W Joe Fairley if s , V H "' ll l ,. LQ' ' iw 9 ' Pal f Sophomore maid, Wendy Waits, puts the final touches on the homecoming float. qirwtgivvn H 1- U' V V I hl1"", f JJ nfr , " 'I' 1? WI -gk -.l , ' 9 Q 1 wftni A' .3 '- f ww.:-r i ,fm 1, 5 - . Q- Ready for another day of practice, Paul Dorsett heads for the Pickle Field. These sophomores are en- tertained by a cheerleader skit during the pep rally. ,il 1 A .AJ F' FTW QT ic:"f- 'Eff-??T:ff"' ffiezf' ng -5 ' f P l"' ..: in ' , - if m y '. 't . , V - ig- - f my .... .ws W 111 ."l Q-rf il il J N , ,, I Q :vw is 'VT' " i 1 ,il i . E N, 1 ' '4 ' f s W L73 X2 l,E -- . of Wi. " , .afih 'lmgy l l -h . .. - . - i ,lu-4.11 - ' 2 .f -. V A .. wr- . . ,.,.. V . , -, .. , . fp . ,- Y -, ' f 1.4: J-' A37 fir, V - g,-,ie ,iyztx ,, ' , if- at 3,1 Wy .lips , I Lol nz ' v I 3 K . ' , i i l ,N 3 . 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Sandy Parker Curtis Potter Nakita Powe Randy Prescott Denise Prine Tim Purvis Jessie Rasmussen Maurice Rayburn Jeanine Redmond Candy Reynolds Timmy Roberts Freddy Rossback Joey Rouse Cindy Scarborough Ella Scarborough Kelly Smith Roan Smith Dwayne Stephens s Us . , - 'Q f Q' X f 1 ' T. ft' as n 4 yall I T 'W-dd' I l l '-'K l N i W W W Y 1. 1 4.1 T ld -fall I T 'tx ' li ' -'-- .T 4- T Q V Weil Cramming for a test during break, Lorese Taylor takes time to smile for a picture. rf l T 3 T T :Q is l l X l Xh' rl if T - Y 1 . , - - 'ga-itil T it 1 . p T if , A 4 -, - ' if aaa i. ' Q ,. A 1- q 1 ' 'W' 'T L, ',l!'.l V W S f ' lil - S t - - '-wg .sr ,I 'f Q- L , . l- L X .J, , 1, :Eu 5 ll -T f Al' 'RU 9 ' I - E , H- f, . - Q ' fi--iii? . ,gi :Hz I 'J Vjgjfg' L F 'T L J JN 2' ' I ' , ' il -1 ,, ' ' 'I 5'4" N . 1 I i sk.-:J .il 2 'Q awk 1 'L 'N'---U 2 Z Gui' l vi ' f I 'I - ssspiggfffll iimill xii if - f i ' -tl 1. XI qs". 3'-3 i QL, ,f' l X Xi hkr. li u.. 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' A ' i N 6 9 , gg R .A V I, m4-I ' ffl'-f'fi.",ii I vf"ma4..1w"i, 3 ' .rf . , Y. , ' sf-H -'Uv T .1 T fi 1 , -f Ricky Stone Betty Strickland Teresa Sumrall Ronnie Tanner Lorese Taylor Sarah Taylor Wayne Temple Patricia Torres Kevin Vanderbilt Wendy Waits Teresa Walker Garvin Weaver Eric Webb Kay Whittington Richard Whittington Dwight Williams Shedee Williams Tom Williams Betty Wilson Simon Wilson The sophomore class looks on as the rifle corps prepares to start a routine 4? 4' 1 +++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++ 7 + + ++++++++++++T Yr +++-o +4-"'+"'+++"'+"+"'+"'+++"'+"+"+"'+"+"'+"'+"'+"+++"'+"'+"'+"'+"'+"+"'+"+"'-o +4-++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++-o-+4-++++++++++++++++ + + 4 +++++++++++++++++++++ + ' T 3.3 , 'Q' iss, w V I , 9 f u Steve . M 'J .jfnwkmefm gQ -'fav . Y K -'X'-W'-1' V a. Sv:-X-'X 1 ' Y-gas. I ff' g f Y CLH65 OF Jzfzwlfrfwxf N W FACES . Jan Ainsworth Aon u A -...Q A I isa A exan er LI el' G A lTl3.C Jerry Anderson Jimmy Anderson Robin Armstrong Robert Arrington 4 Mitzi Ball Cindy Bangs David Bankston Leslie Baucum Vicki Baumgardner Jeff Baxter Gail Berry Cassandra Blackwell Jeanetta Boggs 1 Myrna Bond Roderick Bond Alice Bradford Billy Breland John Breland Mike Breland Monte Breland EW PLACES . X X ii 5 iU1 r 7' l ' 1 I1 J 1 3311+ 14' il ' 1 l 1,4 ,i of-fl. -- .1 -sa 'Q 11 ft - A ff ff? f'f'fFf " '1fv xt, Q. .-I at 31 . .glr+ !.H5.1 Q I R -Llgla igtg igiij. 9'-2,4 1 l ,1 1.1 ,. team 1 1 f lil.. 1 1 'f I, V57 l i 1 ' ,A Q1 , 11 ,. ' -T-. l "' Q11 A A 3 I T!! Q i 5 E i , I :asf l J, , Q, X egg . l , i 1 Q -'Til .1 ' - X I I V N y 17 W -'LI X . 5 'W . - ' 1-1. i, 5: 1' f - ..'1- 1:-, " . X i si 1 H E 1 A -'ii e,-Mi 4 Xi, 'yr ',1',Fzfx ' iw lx, 11115, " : X ' - 11 51 1 - ,Q ,. k , . , . IT g 1 , in . mf 1, l x y151 7?Eigf'f54i2:g, it .38-in-11,':gzfi 1- VW 'km 1 rr. 1 1 ' A1 Y , 4' 3 .-XQ A mi 'n ' - x- 1- 1 -v f . .,"'1 . Y. 1 iZf.'ie-,fii.:::91w W Z3 ,:,.s.,Q - - ,I ..g, s 11 43' D A LONG AY TO GG. Sharon Breland Erica Brown Kenneth Brown Missy Buckley Brenda Bynum Clark Byrd Woodrow Calloway Beau Carpenter Greg Cobb Randy Coker Raymond Collins lVIonisa Coole Joe o eland EEb elogg-Dalrnymple Howard D anz ey Don Davis Donna Kay Davis Tommy Davis Denise Dearman Donna Dedeaux Eddy Delancy Linda Dortch James Drake Awaiting the bell on T Q Friday, these boys .ffl?'f1f:.,.3il,g.f4 ff ,i al' i, vw. discuss the coming l 'A' G weekend events. - '- 'Alf lf? Ken Eley ichell9gEnglish Chuc 4 vans Sandra Evans Cookie Fairley Kevin Fairley Pam Fairley Tony Farmer Todd Ferrel T n ' dley Lana Flurry Laura Fore Shelia Fore Jeff Gill 4 Demetrious Fountain ff - T F Je V l 4 l Aaron Gilliam Gwen Goins Terry Grace Donna Graves 4wX',li!'lr"W 'T Fir T li- ' TFT' ll' 1.x V ' Y A fi'-fr? l ff 'i?1f,, Qlllfi , T X T 5, -- -5, X bf' 'gmt ,V 4.72- G 'Allure i :J 4' Jgrw L ,thigh ':, 'si' .12 l 'Early ' -.iq , -. I . l 0 " I x' ll A Htl! m.--1 5-V - ... i- ' it , X .1 ' 'Nil 'i 2' J A 1 f 1 nlxl , . 'J' ull ea . if X .. i 'Ji 733 ,j , , Y .X N" 4 i :I I ii ll 1 if n 'I I it , , C Q i -i i I i sf qi A-J iv o N. J Q55 J 2 v l 35 ., , .,, .fda Q 4 ...my I if Ail- , 1 X H--er .. ' ,Egg .Q ' '--Qfil' iff ! -5 i yi. - .H it , il 1 J R Tw fl , 1. M l Q. Nw xr ll 4 I L '-if 1 . Luther Guyton Hank Harriel Daniel Harris Dylan Hart Nlitchell Hart Donna Hatten Kim Hester Tracy Hickman line Hickman Jackie Hill Renee Hill Becky Howell Faye Husband Connie lshee Cynthia Jackson Carmen Johnson Nathan Jones Rita King Arthur Kirkland Kenny Knight These Freshmen don t find the announcements made during assembly very interesting . Jeff Ladner Lorinda Ladner Jo Ann Lavender Angela LaBIanc Rosoland Lewis Liz Loper Milton Loper Robin Loper Bryan Lott Linda Lott Wayne Marshall Martha Mason Linda McCall Glen McDaniel Patti McDaniel Ricky McDonald Vic McDonald Malcom Mclnnis Alan Mitchell Daryll Monroe The freshman wait quietly for their turn to yell the victory cheer. X' I QQ l U is '. me-, l illu- , .1 , r i i Y ll -Q., xl W Vw? il ff- A A Y .ev '11,-,. X-L a e4 ai ff L, Billy Moon Eric Moore Joyce Moore Timmy Morris Jeff Murphy Mary Myers Lou Ann Nix Anita O'Neal David O'Neal Donnie 0'Neal Jeff Otjen Jane Overstreet Dragging to class, these students take time to ex change a little gossip Tami Overstreet Vincent Pachel Mark Parker Melanie Parker Myla Parker Renee Parker Terry Parsons Wendell Patton Beatrice Pough Sharon Powe Nina Preston Tammy Pelto Eric Peters Mitchell Raborn Melinda Reed Lora Reeves Annette Renot Arthur Rhodes Louis Rhodes Billy Riels Deciding how the Home- A coming float should be is ' ' 4 a hard job for Glenda 5 ' ' Wells and Jan Ainsworth. , tritt . , If L. , arm 'va' ' LV ,rim ,.f ,H , 1-'J K - fb it r l A WY .1-if I 'nth . ' f: , C , ee 1 W . - t. .v r : J".-1 1 r ii , 'ull i A l 1 l 0 -L. l , Q L- " l 5-' 'in I " it ti". A T ...J-ld Having sat through an -, ,ff ' ,Y -,X hour of Algebra it is , ig- A- 13 y , i 5 Eaga- obvious that these stu- 9- .3 g g . I ' Q, dents have had enough. YR "' 1 M25 we - fin F., S A N -'iff s ' Brian Roberson Kathy Sanders 'W Cindy Seals f 1 1 X 1, . i X' l Curtis Scarbrough if - Y 1,.' "R:" """"- Don Scarborough 'A Jimmy Scruggs ,. Curtis Sellers Bruce Shaw sgj y 'rgf. 1 ' its A . .4 ,i l Jllpt ' tllgggggil , ' 'X li.. S , ,V F b 1 1, ry if. '- 1 1 Aytafn V Z . 'V 1 :lvl Ll jf ,i 1 , ,i, Lt 1 '71 iff f-. I xv Vx- isu l lsl i em, X iii -M. .. 3- 1, Q " .sf 'UF' WT an I Jill? , 1 . fl' .QQ 'fly 1 X W K- FY X Jatgl-1 5. .rv 1 'H L., ...A .-,, l fl? .--i- .4 2 1 viz 4 ?ll- ' f ,,f 7 t .-R., , 5 -X '83 5 F? IVE E51 V' .V-im ss-,iw - '-...3-5 ' Art: ls-- Q5 if 1- of I' -4. A B., X . if! 1 .i i Ricky Shaw Kelvin Sherman Hazel Singlton Stewart Smith Wayne Smith Jimmy Spring Glen Ray Stewart Billy Stone Sylvia Strickland Don Taylor James Taylor Ricky Tanner Ready for practice, Howard Danzey, Billy Riels, and Stewart Smith, wait for the foot- ball bus. Freshman maid, Jan Ainsworth, helps deco- rate the homecoming float. Roger Taylor lVlag Thompson Shirley Tollar lVlona Tubbs Joel Vernon Ann Vreeland Danny Waddle Jessie Walker New members are wel- V comed to the Beta Club. K Z Susie Walker Leon Warden N Shelia Warren Rosetta Wash 'ill 7 'H ' Baht' 'i -,nf i l B d .. Bob Weathers A kg i F . 1 Harry Weaver Af- I Sharon Webb ' M ' ' Barbara Wells -l Q , 525 4 is , X U h Glenda Wells Glenda Wells Edna Whittle Tony White If Greg Williams Patha Williams Vonda Williams . 1 I N CLASS GFFICERS 'Weis or ' W S" 7 l l ll S l ' T NH 1 ll ' A' ll 1 I Idgz ' , l l l l si .4 M lGl3F9lF X 1' 0-ln I i 5 I All l 'Y ,, lik fr., I -1, f 'P' fi' 1 A 1 . "iff f' A , L s,. w' 5' ' --ff, -,, ,P 'ffl' A "Jimi- I f X ull A7 --. X'-Sli QJ 'l G' VJ' Reporter--John Breland, Vice-President--Jan Ainsworth, President--Don Davis, Treasurer--Howard Danzey , ,. . I ' - CLASS FAVGRITES ie :lil 5.1.4, ' ' -H'-.S . 1.1 4.-s , . Q1 -.lu -1- . 'Q-11 -1,1 ,-, ' ' 'lr J-' ., t'.'v-,N .S,'. --L !14's.:'i. 4 1 .' 5.'--,L .sd ., -1. .I 'I . U, 5' rl c., 5 ills-'SUPP l .gm " s. as -. nuns- '- 1, fl: Q-', 15, We --,-I,-, -' . J. Q I:-is ,.,, 1611 -,qt . '- 'W """H f.. . , ul!! 'Q 1'-.'. ' ' , lxlvfi fd... I- ' ' ' 1. G ,f S '- ' --rr we n'!.2".:' - L b ' Demetrious Fountain, Pamela Fairley, Glenda Wells, Don Scarborough 'Vai 1. ,fs . I I ,N ' l SO THIS IS HIGH SCHOOL! After bobbing for apples, Ann Vree- land smiles a watery smile. At break, these girls exchange bits of gossip dl l I l l I l l a l c A . . f X At our Halloween Car- i nival, Linda lVlcCall at- tentively watches the n . l crowd . These students seem to be drifting off into space in sixth period science . , 4 fx! 14' Q 1:59 UQ 3' 165 . money ,,,,,,.,, deposits ..... money Q2 First National Bank Wiggins, Mississippi 39577 cn -5 N , 3 ,L ,. , N ., gi E . x- " -o .c J: 3 .ED 'SF .2 -':QfJf'S' JLFS: 5 9322 Wee YOUR FRIENDLY 451' Memberc-01440K Q HOME S3 QQ Cd' 3 Fmc dow Cm f E I OWNED BANK I A .vv. i ., Cf QMQ 3 ' 7 YEIQUQ- checking accounts . . . loans . . , , Levis ...... . needles and thread ,,,,,, BUFKlN'S Q DEPARTMENT ... STORE . E C your family clothing and Q D 0 shoe store J-B. A.VV. Alexander's Garage lVl.Cu.C.l.C. ' Choosing a College f general auto parts - Choosing a college, a personal CD 105 N. parker Street Lnattir, is one that shouldn't be made 3' asti y. Wiggins, MS AAN. There are- many things to consider: S2 P N programs availablep the right programs, t 928-4250 P'B' and the cost. , ' ' lVl. G. C.J. C. offers vocational- - technicalprograms that prepare you for I ahB.A., B.S., or higher degree while .H t ecost is IVIINIIVIAL. Sv Stone County Counselors are on each campus to Q: ' help make de- -- Insurance irrssivglrelgquestions to n - cn Agency! Inc' Perkinston - Jeff Davis - Jackson f County Campuses - B.L. f "For all your CC C f 4 rw r lm insurance needs" A rr ':" ,f , 2, I 2 928-4691 These students enjoy refreshments 1 P.B. during a practice tea in home ec. ' Spark plugs . . ...Perk.. ...Belts.. drugs ........ food . . -Cold drinks C-,SNS PHARA4 gg 5 sfo LOTT'S 3 PRESCRIPTION '4 .. GROCERY ' SPECIALISTS I COLO BEVERACES 3 PHONE 9284446 STUDENTS WELCOME W'GG'N5 M5 HIGHWAY 49 SAUCIER cn ff I O Eb in ' ! I S Q X! P.I3. 1 XX - Compliments - , M, E of Q F .5 'nv 5 A552 'E sKINNER's III I ' 3 FLGRIST p.N. .gg-JE ' 2 I 7.41 Q Compliments X 535 of Q STONE COUNTY 3 SHERIFF LQ Woodrow Hickman A B law and order . . . . . groceries . . . ....gas......clothes.........food . v C.H. TAYLOR'S GULF R.L. Q Tires - Batteries U' Qzs-Qess 2 W.L. Taylor 2 B First Street Owner C Congratulations STOP ' H to the Open 7 f F Class of d I j ll 1977! I, t aye' a 1 L Comp Lmen s Week! Q D O 2 S G.D. Ona lVlae Willingham T C.H. Chancery Clerk K.L. Dlpl CI. '1 CD U7 CT '1 CD DJ D.. During the first weeks of school, During the m0l'HiI'I9 break, Jim Price Z the lines at the drink machines were and NliSSy Buckley discuss Friday ' long. night's game. ' . . icee . . . , rootbeer. . . . . . magazines . . 169 CS athleti fe . cabin sto . xiliary HU supervisors ............. boosters ....... O.B. Brown, Pres., Dist. 552 John C. Dees, V.Pres., Dist. ffl Glennis Hunt., Dist 4155 Lee Overstreet, Dist 4953 Orbin S. Nlallet, Dist. fill ONA lVlAE WILLINGHAIVI, CLERK DONALD WAITS, ATTORNEY A.B. R. Compliments Athletic of Booster Club Country Store And Hwy 2612 Women's Auxiliary AND Officers Boosters Jack Parsons, Pres Cabln Store Ed Scarborough, V. Pres 2: Hwy 29N Wallace Cobb, Sec.-Treas. V Auxiliary ' Nlrs. Griffin, Pres , K-ln D.P. lVIrs. Billingslea, Sec-Treas . . COUl'1tl'y StOl'G . ...boards... Lake A Way . ...Uflowers..........drugs .........gifts...... White s I s 4, Dorsett Florist '-.. -S l-I -,-,N Q2 Qm wea 512 9.3 'Ln Fl' Occasions Pharmacy Phone 928 4551 HC SSSOJ Prescruptuons Cosmetrcs Glfts Wlgglns NIS UJIMS Durrng a speech Lynette Maples demonstrates how to cut Pam Eas terlrng s han' Campgrounds Four mules east of Wrggrns on Highway 26 FISHING SWIMMING Clean Wholesome Atmosphere Hfriends... ..,daisies... ..fun,.. Ullll 7 . drugs ........ appliances ........ paint . . . I Home-owned Home of - l0hn S By oTAsco better I Discount Drugs Bobby Lane values - 928-5202 436 S. Magnolia I . 8 Parsons Shoppmg Center if Automotive if Paint 84 Acces. 5 if Appliances if Fishing Tackle 5 , vt Tires 84 Batteries 9' Sporting Goods -L5 For All Your Home 84 Auto Needs P.N ' I - ,Q is Compliments - f f b' . . Sf of Q Star Chevrolet U, Bob Bl'O3.ClLlS Company Inc. Ig Wiggins, Mississippi P.N, A.W. E30 on Stone County Enterprise C. '43 official organ of Stone County L- 2-I Member ui Mississippi Press Association I National Newspaper Association u Published Every Thursday 1 Stone County Enterprise, Inc. um 5 Editor 8L Publisher Publishing Advertisor Q Beverly Yingling P'O' BOX 157 D.C lLibbyJ Thompson . . . newspaper . . . . . chevrolets . . . . . . food ........., clothes ....... groceries . . . .carpartS,.. Hgas... ...co-op... 5-I I E 5 O Q 2 '1 ., WE O E QQ ' rv- 3 rp rv- 3 EN 'U -1 -- LE. ""' ZS' 3 2 ox " O U1 X0 3- f-E 3 3 aj ' - 'U 'H E 3 2, 5- sf' ff na F' 2: 2 Q 'Q FD gn 0 O C 5 g F r 3 Ls X0 Q Q 2 O H 2 . 2' U 3, rv : Q . U' 51: O -, 3,5 I N OO 3 O Q ua LQ 'U U, 3 rn 3 ' '4 U x0 'D 99 sn: U' 2 2 A 2 'U 1 .-. E D-f-+ ,P m U1 D PP n Q -' U3 V' 'D 1 .91 X1 4 w C 9' Q cn-4 Ib SD .... t-D s 1 5 LQ- O CD O 3 4 Xl 'H Q- ' -11 ro O m 3 -1, P -G 3 3 Q, H :P I S 3 5 gf U, warg . 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' Class Rings-Invitations 1 Wiggins Q IVIS , Diplomas-Yearbooks- Caps 84 Gowns 32 Jackson, Mississippi A,W, I 8 .Q E BANK OF WIGGINS 2, Our employees are always willing to f help you with the following services 2 which we have to offer: Q Checking accounts Q Saving accounts Q Safe Deposit Box Loans as Travelers Checks Q. Bonus Checking -5- Nloney Orders To Direct Deposit 2 Drive-up Windows - Member-Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation A W Ubanks... ...gowns .. ..money ....food,........,grocerles........friends .. Compliments of: f Pinewood Truck Stop I Restaurant mtl 2 ,wily 2 Good food and p l' "' Compliments 150 friendly compliments Z Of: XX ' Big service - Oli 1 Level Q Grocery ti FRIQND I Warren 84 Gordon Bond B.L. rig' K.L. s.H. f!W7074fr1ZlfW 3 2 A'W' P'N' H 84 R Inc. .m 'T 145 East Pine LM' Carrier Heating N . I 69 AO gl I S Wlggms' MS YES' Oo Air Conditioning ' VC! 39577 sb A.D. Hart and R MART B.W. Redmond E L 928- gg 5 4483 tn Fl' HALL'S FIRESTONE -g 401 EAST PINE Q Congratulations Seniors L M. .......tires ............aircondit1oners........ cn CD -5 ca. 'o o o 5 . Ill o o Q E FU .C CID Gl'ltS . Eln fm .Pe Lumber ..... Hammers ..... Nails ......... Olene's Beauty Shopflvlerle Norman Cosmetics Complete Hair Try our Free Hour " 'ily?fiSJs ri n Care of Beauty fig:Wlkil-'f'i3?3f'iQ5Sl' Dees . 'j flkgllfv u Q XQ I Building C of W7 -- 'Lv Supply , 'D 3 O S M S f P your A-VV- Billie Ray Alexander L f l J .lVl . and M l E Professional X B.L. iaaaa J Ohn D ees Southern K- B friends Lumber CO. phone: B l 4 of Wiggins A subsidiary of 923-4632 4 lVlasonite ll WN P.O. Box 546 Wiggins, lVlS. Qi G .D . Telephone: A.C., 601 928-4428 Manufacturers of Kiln Dried Southern Pine Lumber Nlember SFPA- SPID- lVlPlVlA Curls.....Cosmetics.....Bolts......... ,,,,,,,,,Paper IP .....Wood...,.Posts CCNGRATULATIONS On Completing Another Milestone In Your Education And Continued Success In The Future INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY Conservation jobs..... Poles ,, OOM sued dlnd " 'Swim ' Suu "P Md ' . Beauty Salons . ua DD C O cn cn 'U C .GJ C Ll- g ..... Music .. . Haircuts li Q STCDNE HIGH CHOIR Clowning around during fifth period Brian Bond, Billy Rogers, and Dana Parsons try to put a hat on lVIrs. Hollingsworth's head. Edwina Taylor's Beauty Salon Karen McDaniel s Beauty Shop Q Proving he can do more than lecture on American Government, lVlr. Rouse introduces the con- testants in the Beauty-Beau Pageant. . . . Announcers . . . Classes . . ' ' , V 'T , 4"--s"f"f'-Q f riff' aw.-fs 1 4 at +1 The process of publishing a year book is not an easy task and in compiling the 1977 Echo we asked many people for their help. We take this opportunity to give special thanks to the flolowing: IVlrs. Betty Hollingsworth, our sponsor, who gave us her valuable time, took carte of all the emergencies, and put up with us. Without her we never would have ma e it. - ft - - A lVlr. Larry Rouse for being the emcee at the Beauty and Beau pagent and for his cooperation and understanding throughout the year. lVIr. and IVlrs. Jack Parsons who kindly allowed us to use their home for pictures. lVlr. Clement Ladner for his assistance in Photography. lVIr. John lVlcQuagge for the use of his camera. W if IVIr. Charles Willison for the loan of his typewriters and other accessories. Dr. 81 lVlrs. Gordon lVlcHenry and lVIr. St lVIrs. Jimmy Davis for allowing us to use their homes for staff meetings., ' l. ' All the people who helped us out with the Beauty and Beau pagent, IVlrs. lVIary Webb, lVlrs. Mike Cain, Nlrs. Carol Sue Fairley, IVIrs. Dorlean Spiers, IVIrs. Peaches O'Neal, llllrs. Millie lVIcHenry, lVlr. Ferris Batson, Dorsett Florist, and Dees-Alexander Building Supply. lVIr. Lester Baucum, the faculty, and the entire student body for their co- operation, support, and patience throughout the year. f The flzzle rs gone the splrlt evaporated As our 1976 77 school year comes to an end, we look back on all things both good and bad that vve have shared throughout the year As vve thunk of the many things that vve did, vve also thunk ofthe many things that vve vvlsh vve had done, could have done should have done We have made mountains of molehulls and molehulls of mountains We ve shared the crazlness the humor, and the roalems of hugh school life e ve shared the excitement of ball games the fun of holidays and weekends, the oft seeming drudger of routlne school life as anot er year nn our luves passed by X players discuss the hnghlughts ofthe game These French students want patiently for the bell to rung . - l ' F --W , ,,, I ' H7 X l I I A I t N 'zr . ' . 1 . . , w I ' l Q K l l k . . wg - . 1 , , , , l I u u 1 I GV I I . f., . . -iv I I I lf Waiting for something' to eat, these basketball w 5. g. .. " "Fi .4153 gfff,'I""g.-":Q"i'f. ,TA uf, 1' vwzfifxffil " Tk ill-'v 5.4 3555712 J' ' r ' "'li'5:F' 1'i gM,:J.-r-aiu' A - V- " N M1-,,:. .lI:., .N-,, .1 -in L4 A , 15124 A 1 - ' " H , ' ,' 1-le " ' A a fm Alf' 4-:'f'3:,1,A . ,-.' 1 'ii3:3!'7'n 0" I 5' 1.44 . :Fe l ,., -:.:s, ,lm ' -1 p.: .1 5 - rsgfiyzy-:F yy.-Q-l ' h -, nj- -I 4.4-l' ' 'flxsi-:T-TFA l ' 4.-it. - , ,V ,. - 5 ,M If 5 . 'Y ' V-.I ,V l Y , ffl- , X :grassy-Qe,i.,,' , 5 'vii'R+'5,i uf' .. ' - -1 "jffLrqQ3.21,' 5 UN., ., my .1.. - F A. . - x gf . Trying to make it to class on time these girls make a short stop by their locker is 4? With the help of these students the ruh- through sign barely survives V the vvind. Heading for home Eddie Bagget Walks up Pine Hill. 'ff Our hugh school llfe IS something that vve never realize we mass untnl It IS one, and at seems that a part o us IS gone vvlth It when vve leave schoolr the summer Though we see many of our friends lt's just not the same We ll miss the rush to be first In llne at the cafeteria or candy machine, the endless club meetlngs, fighting to get lunch and mllk tickets an trying to talk teachers Into uttmg off tests, screaming our eads off In pep rallies meeting at "the lVlug" after a home game to discuss hovv bad we creamed 'em, and all the other dauly routine things that mean so much to our hugh school lives After semester exams, Keith Dale enjoys a snack A Counting the money for homecomlng dance tickets, Dana Parsons and Lynette lVIaples discuss how much more money as needed During their lunch break these boys break the monotony with a laugh. lf A 3, l A-ff . ' ' ' l..t af, ccrh Y sss lsl. of r crr' 1 l l . . I . H X V len-: the office on lVlonday morning, V , , Q 1 S le., ' A 1 A v an '- 1 Tu, ' - uv , V - .1 J Lost ln concentratuon Marshall Contemplatung nls upcoming class, Copeland vvorlcs to fnnusn nls Russell Amaclcer avvalts the bell SEl'TlSSl19l' GX3l'l'l Not even tne rain or cold vveatner could dampen the spirit at the Pickle Bowl. The school ear is over but Stone High ives on lt as been a tough year for us, out vve have made it Now we must await the future years to find out what is in store for us, those of us vvho will return to ole Stone High next ear and those vvho vvill not n this capture the essence of school life us the Student Body as ourselves, from day to day, and like it was This is a refreshing vievv of the 1976 77 school year at Stone High While taking his Advanced Biology exam, Jeffrey O'Neal pauses to think about one of the questions Ldplfxl . , J ,ui . ' l . idx' .5 1 y . W ' of Yearbook vve have tried to " I in f 7 l' ,au urnlng to see going on, Debbie Fairley and Denise Williams laugh as Rita Davis is surprised the camera. ,l i it Hoping to make a last minute change in their schedule, Denny Taft and Eddie Bagett wait to see lVlrs. Rabby. While getting a book from their locker, Theresa Chancler and Harriest DeJarnett tr to keep the others from falling. 1 ' "'i"d.22""ofw'.. il The Mug is a favorite gathering place on vveeken S. H..--Lx -,,- Catching the blunt end ofthe stick is a laughing matter for Brian Coole. Anderson, Alice, 95, 99, Butler Ainsworth, Jan- 90, 95, 154,160-161,163 Ainsworth Kent, 53, 72, 94,96,98,101 136 exander, Blake, 98, 136 JP A exander, Dolph, 154 A exander, Eufgene- 97, 136 A exander, Je ,98, 144 A exander, lVlr. Jerry, 107 A exander, Joe, 14 A exander, Lisa, 139 154 A exander, Kimberly, 95, 144 - A lums, Jimmy, 16, 101, 112 A Iums Ronnie, 90, 95, 100,136 A tman, Eleanor, 94, 99, 144 Amacker, Russell, 154 144 Anderson, Gerald, 112 Anderson, Jerry, 97, 154 Anderson, Jimmy- 154 Anderson, 98 144 Anderson, Ronnie, 144 Andrews, Clifton, 136 Anglin, Kathy, 84 112 - Anthony, Sharon, 112 l Armstrong, Robin, 154 Arrington, Robert, 154 Atchinson, Walter, 72, 96- 98, 112 Avery, Robert- 136 Bacon, Paul, 136 ' Baggett, Eddie, 51, 54, 112, 184 Ball, lVlitzi, 61, 154 Ballman, James, 98,1 144 Ballman lVlark, 15, 90, 101,113 Bangs, Cindy, 72 154 Bankston, David- 154 samW6u,0an,144 Bardwell, lVlichael, 98, 136 Bates, Ricliy, 12, 24, 34- 35,-41, 4 -45, 52, 54, -57 72 96-97, 113, 132,173 Randah,50,'72, Batson Danny' 11, 37, 72, 94,96,98,101,113 Baucum, Leslie, 95, 97, 154 Baucum, lVlr. Lester, 14, 106 INDEX Baucum, Paige, 70, 92-94, 96, 99-103, 144 Baumgardner, Kerry, 144 Baumgardner, Vicki, 154 Baxter, Barbara, 101, 113 Baxter, Jeff, 154 Beach, Randy- 2, 52, 136 Berry, Billy, 144 Billingslea, Bobby, 45, 53- 54, 72, 94, 96-97, 100, 113 Blackwell, Cassandra, 84, 95, 100, 154 Blue, Florence, 136 Boggs, Articia, 136 Boggs, Clifford, 37, 73, 95, 113 Boggs, Jeanetta- 154 Boggs, Leniar, 131 Breland, lVlrs. Virginia, 95, 108 Broadus, Nlarcus, 72, 97- 98, 136 Brooks, Kimble, 98 145 Brown, Erica, 99 155 Brown, Kenneth, 83, 155 Brown, Sandra, 40, 115, 132 Buckhalter, Vera, 94, 99, 115, 136 Buckley, Kerry, 97, 145 Buckley, lVlissy, 61, 96-97, 155, 69 Buckley, Terry, 51, 136, 139 Burchfield, Judy, 31, 37, 79, 82-83 93-95, 100, 102-103,116 3 George- 98 116 Butler, , , Butler, Kenneth, 145 Nlargaret- 145 Boggs, Ray, 136 Bo en, Cynthia, 62, 94, 144 Bond, Arlene- 84, 99, 102- 103,136,142 Bond, Bambi, 93, 99, 101, 114, 132 Bond, Belinda, 15, 37, 41, 114 Bond, Brian- 53 55, 72, 96-98,114,134 Bond, David, 101, 114 Bond, Donna, 144 Bond, Edith, 95, 144 Bond, Faye, 62, 100, 114 Bond, Henry, 83, 144 Bond Jill, 144 Bond Joe, 136 Bond, lVlyrna, 84 154 IIB?-:El Oran, 96-97, 98, Bond Patricia, 101, 115 Bond, Roderick- 154 Bond, Sidney, 144 Bre and, Annette, 115 Bre and, Belinda, 99, 144 Bre and, Billy, 97, 154 Bre and, Car , 144 Bre and, Cary, 136 Bre and, David, 98, 145 Bre and, DeSha, 83, 90, 93, 95, 100, 145 ' Bre and, John,-154, 163 Bre and, Karen, 92-93, 95 Bre and, lVlike,154 Bre and, Nlonte, 154 Bre and, Sharon, 155 Bre and, Teresa, 101, 115 N Butler, Nena, 145 Rita, 95, 145 Butler, Bynum, Brenda, 84, 155 , Byrd, Clark, 155 Cain, lVlrs. lVlike, 93, 101, 108 . -'- Calloway, Woodrow, 73, 155 Cameron, Barry, 52 72- 73,96,98,101,136,173 C b ll J h -92 amp e , 0 n, Carpenter, Beau, 98, 155 Carter, lVlrs. Pearlie, 110 Chambers, James, 145 Chambers, lVlr. Jesse, 108 Chapman, Dennis, 136 Chandler, Theresa, 6, 84, 94, 145, 152, 185 Chattman, Ally, 17, 95, 145 Clark, lVlona, 82-83, 100, 137 Clement, Lynn, 83-85, 93- 94,100-101, 137 Cobb, Greg, 155 Cobb, Steve, 37, 44, 53- 54, 73, 96-97, 116 Cochran, Karen, 94, 145 Cochran, Steve, 137 Coker, Debbie, 62, 64, 96, 145 Coker, Randy- 155 Collins, Charles, 155 Comlpston, Stewart, 72, 137 Coo e, Brian- 83, 145, 185 Coole, Jeff, 137 ,Dedeaux, Donna, 155 95, 155 Coole, Nlonisa, Cooper, Austin, 98 137 Cooper, Hollis, 146 Coo er, Susan, 62, 94, 96, 148 Copeland, Joe, 155 Copeland, lVIarshall, 81, 83, 93, 101, 116 , Corbett, lVlrs. Ola lVlae, 110 Cowart, Edwin-51, 72, 146 Cox, Frank, 51, 72, 94, 96, 100-101, 137 Creel, Randy- 73 Dale, Keith, 101 116 onie, ivmne, 96, 116 Dale, Tammy,155 Dale, Tracy, 11, 100, 117, 133 Dalrymple Deloris, 84, 155 Daniel-S, Tammy, 99, 117 Danzey, Howard, 95, 97, 155, 161, 163 Danzey, Jackie, 58, 96, 146 Davis, lVls. Betty, 94, 108 Davis, Don, 72, 90, 95, 100, 155, 163 Davis, Donna Kay, 100 155 Davis, IVIrs. Eleanor, 99, 108 ' Davis Gabrielle- 11 16 56-59, 96, 1012, 1'17,' 132 9 Davis, lVlrs. lVIary, 110 Davis, lVlr. Ras, 107 Davis, Rita, 73, 58, 96, 146, 184 Davis, Todd, 25, 98, 100, 146 Davis, Dr. Walter, 107 - Dearman, Laura, 155 - Dearman, lVlary, 92-93 137 Dedeaux, Barney, 98, 137 Dedeaux, Ricky, 97, 146 DeJarnett, Harriett, 83, 90, 94, 99, 146, 185 DeJarnett, Willie- 146 Delancy, Eddie- 155 Dodson, Douffi, 146 Dorsett, Pau, 51, 72, 96, 98, 146-147 Dorsett,'Russell, 51, 56, 72 94, 96-97, 101, 137, 140, 142 Dortch, Linda, 62, 155 Drake, James, 155 Diraughn, Joe, 92, 146 Dravis, lVlarty, 90, 95, 146 Dravis, lVlike, 137 Dunnam, Susan, 17, 62, 96, 101, 137, 142 Easterling Pam- 24, 34- 35194, 99, 117, 133, Ecroyd, Betty, 98, 146 Eley, Ken, 156 English, lVlichelle,156 Evans, Chad- 93, 101, 137 Evans, cnnci, 94, 97, 156 Evans, Peggy, 16, 90, 117 Evans, Sandra, 156 Fair ey, Athern, 98, 137 Fair ey, lVlrs. Carol, 107 Fair ey, Corlis,156 Zagir e , Debbie, 2, 39, 62- 9l9, 117, 184 95' e Fair , Dora, 146 Fair y, Dorothy, 99, 146 Fair ey, Elween, 137 Sgir ey, Grace, 62, 73, 95, Fair ey, Joe, 97 146 Fair ey, Kevin, 72, 156 Fair ey, Pamela, 73, 84, 94, 156, 163 Fair , Paula, 99 Fair gy, Priscilla, 84 137 , Robert, 98, 146 Fair ey Farmer, Roger, 156 Farmer, lVlona, 147 Ricky, 52, 72, Farmer 139, 147' Farmer, Tony, 156 Ferrell, Todd, 98, 156 Findley, Tony, 156! Firth, Belinda, 1561 Firth, Carole, 99, 147 Flurry, lVlarcella, 147 Flurry, Lana, 156 Fore, Dennis, 118 Fore, Shelia, 61 156 Fortner, Robert, 17, 90, 95, 137 Fountain, Danny, 90, 98, 147 Fountain, Demetrious, 156, 163 - Fountain, lVlike, 39, 41, 44-45, 51, 54-55 57, 1 73,96,99,118,134 Foxworth, lVlr. J.S., 98, ' 108 Galloway, Charles, 72 I Galloway, Len, 16, 50, 72- 73, 99 Georgian, lVlr. Pete, 12, 68, 108 Gill, Jeff, 156 Gilliam, Aaron, 156 Gilliam, Laveries, 99, 118 Goins, Gwen, 84, 99, 156 Goins, Willie,-52, 72, 96, 99, 147 k Grace, Terry, 156 , Grady, Steve, 73, 147, 152 Graham, Walter, 50, 72, 147 Graves, Donna, 84, 156 Green, James, 51, 73, 147 Griffin, Errol, 147 Gunter, Deborah, 99-100, 137 Guyton, Luther, 157 Guyton, Sonia, 137 Hancock, Bryan, 147 -Hancock Keith, 98, 101, 118, 131 Harriel, Harriel, Hank, 157 Julie, 147 Harris, Daniel, 157 Hart, Wlan,157 Hart, itchell, 73, 157 Hatten, Donna, 157 Hatten, Erna, 84-85, 101, 118 Hatten, lVlark, 1379 J Q Hatten, Raymond- 138 Hayden, snsae- 23, 36, 40, 94-95, 100-101 119 Hayes, Robert, 101, 119 Hegwood, Betty Sue, 58, 70-71, 92, 6, 147 Henderson, Sglvia- 84, 148 Hester, Kim, 5, 157 Hickman, Barbara, 98, 101, 138 Hickman, David, 138 Hickman, Elaine, 84, 99, 148 Hickman, Freda, 84, 119 Hickman, Kenneth, 148 Hickman, Lowery, 98, 138 Hickman, Ruth- 94 99, 119 Hickman, Saral1,99, 148 Hickman, Tracy, 25, 83, 157 . Hickman, Wauline, 84, 157 Hill, Cindy, 84-85, 92, 95, 102-103, 148 Hill, Danita, 94, 99, 101, 119 Hill, Jackie- 157 Han, John, 138 Hill, Renee, 84, 157 Holliman, Bonnie, 148 Hollin sworth, lVls. Betty, 102, g108 Holmes, Susan, 79, 83, 90- 91, 93-94, 100, 102- 103, 119 Howell, Becky, 157 Howze, Richard- 96 Hughes, Gary, 3, 73 Hugwes, Vernon- 120- Hu I, Deborah- 99, 148 Hunt, Ben, 148 Hunt, Glenn, 98, 120 Husband, Cassandra, 83, 94-95, 100 157 Husband, Willis, 72, 98, 120 lshee, Connie, 157 Jackson, Cynthia, 157 Jackson, Rose lVlary, 79, 148 James, Robert, 51, 72-73, 91, 95 148 James, Terri, 120 Jarvis, Russell, 52, 72-73, 148 Jetton, David, 53, 96, 138, 142 ' Jownson, Carmen, 83, 95, 157 Jownson, Derick, 3,148 Jownson, Flint, 41, 72, 82 83, 138 Jownson, Janice, 120 Jownson, Kenneth, 72-73, 148 Jownson, Steve, 73 Jownson, Virginia, 131 Jownson, Zanuel, 82-83, 95, 99, 120 Jones, Becky, 84-85, 95, 101, 121 Jones, lVlrs. Jerelene, 85, 108 Jones, Leon, 121 Jones Jones, Nathan, 157 Jones, lVlr. Needham, 106 Joyner, Juanese- 95 148 Kendrick, Ken, 95, 138 Keyseear, Karen, 70, 94, 148 King, Rita, 84, 90, 100, , lVlrs. lVlyrtle, 92, 108 157 King, Robert, 138 King, Ronnie, 138 Kirker, lVlr. John, 108 Kirkland, Arthur, 157 Kirkland, Keith- 98 121 lfiaight, lVlr. BolJ,11, 50, Knight, Kenneth, 157 Knight, lVlr. Samuel, 109 Krohn, Terry, 7, 11, 31, 45, 52, 5 , 57, 72, 96- 97, 100-103, 121, 133 Ladner, Bevon- 97 Ladner, lVlr. Clement, 109 Ladner, Jeff, 95 158 ligdlner, Jonnie, 94-95, 99, Ladner, Kathy, 99, 101, 138 Ladner, Lorinda, 158 Ladner, Phyllis, 121 V Ladnier, Robin, 84, 99, 138 Lavender, Joann, 84, 158 LeBlanc, Angela, 73, 100 158 Leonard Bill, 148 Lewis, Rosaland, 158 Lewis Vivian, 94, 138 ligtgelield, lVlrs. Dorothy, Lomax, Donald, 149 Lomax, Linda, 17-, 41, 62, 73, 76, 90, 138 Loper, Dixie- 138 Loper, Liz, 158 Loper, lVlilton, 158 Loper, Raymond, 53, 72, 98, 149 Loper, Robin- 158 Lott, Bruce, 14, 90-95, 102-103, 122 Lott, Cathy, 149 Lott, Jackie, 122 Lott, Karen, 93, 95, 100 103, 138 158 Lott, Linda, 95, Lott, lVlike, 62, 82-83, 98, 101, 122 Lott, Richard, 158 Lott, Rosa, 84- 95, 99, 102-103, 149, 152 Lott, Dr. Woodley, 107 Lyons, Carrolyn, 90, 94, 149 lVladden, lVlrs. Fredna, 109 lVlallett, Marilyn, 73, 84, 138 Naples, Lgmette, 2, 6, 15, 14, 41, 8-59, 96-97 99-100,102-103,122 lifgigin, Keith, 96, 101, lVartin, Tim- 12, 40, 51, 54, 96 122 Marshall, Wayne, 158 lVarshall, Weornthina- 149 Nason, lVlartha, 95, 158 lVIason, Sherry, 95, 99, 149 Nast, Ray, 138 lVcCall, Linda, 158, 164 lVcCarroll, Willie- 52 73 ivicoanael, Glen,98,158 9 lVcDaniel, lVlillie, 83, 149 lilgganiel, Pattie, 83, 95, lVcDaniel, Robbie, 96, 98, 123 lVcDaniel, Shanna, 62, 138 lVlcDonald, Dennis, 98, 139 lVcDonald, Janet, 3, 40, 99, 139, 142 lVcDonald, Ricky, 158 lVcDonald, Victor, 158 lVcHenrg, Judy, 78, 83, 93, 100-1 3, 1 3 lVIclnnis, lVlalcolm, 95, 97, 158 lVlcKenzie, Kelly, 95 149 lVclVlurphy, Jane, 101, 123 lVcQueen, Teresa, 99, 149 lVeadows, Ronnie- 52 Neadows, Terri, 139 lViles, Rissa, 78, 82-83, 95, 123 lViller, Beth, 58, 92, 96, 97, 101, 123 lVliller, Lindsay, 73 139 lViller, Skeeter, 123 lVilley, Belinda, 149 lVitchell, Charles, 158 lVIitchell, Lane, 149 lVitchell, Vernon, 72 lVonroe, Charles, 73, 99 Nonroe, Daryl, 158 lVonroe, Eula, 94, 139 lVoon, William, 159 lVloore, Charlotte, 62, 94- 96, 101, 139 lVoore, Eric, 98, 159 lVoore, Ina, 62, 92, 94, 96, 149 lVoore, Jimmy, 96, 98, 101, 139 lVoore, Joyce, 84, 159 Moore, Walter, 159 Morphew, Martha, 82-83, 92, 94, 100-101, 139 Morris, Rhonda, 139 Morrison Darlene- 90 92 94-95, 98-99, 1011 139, 142 Mur hy, Jeff, 83, 95, 100, 139' Myers, Mary, 159 Nelson Mr. Mike, 50, 72, 109, 140 Nichols, David, 53, 73 Nichols, Pennfy, 6 58-59, 70-71, 92, 4-96,101- 102, 124 Nicholson Oscar, 52, 55, 73, 90, 103,124 Nix, Lou Ann, 159 Norris, Charlotte, 72, 98, 124 0'Neai Alisa, 95, 99-100, 137, 39 0'Nea , Anita, 159 Mrs. Barbara, 43, 0'Nea , 93, 109 David, 159 O'Nea , 0'Nea Donald, 90, 95, 100,159 0'Nea , Gary, 95, 149 0'Nea , Mr. J.A., 107 0'Nea , Jeffrey, 37, 68, 72, 94, 96- 8, 101, 124, 134, 184 0'Nea , Mark, 98 0'Nea , Melissa, 99-100, 139 0'Nea , Robert, 23, 95, 124 0'Nea Stevie- 149 152 Otjen, Curt, 53, 139 Otjen, Jeff, 98, 1.59 Overstreet, Jane, 83 159 Overstreet, Karen, 99 139 Overstreet, Mona, 139 Overstreet, Tamm , 61, 159 Owen, Sue- 14, 30, 37, 40, 90-91, 94, 90, 99, 124 Owen, Terry, 53, 96--98, 139,142 Pachel, Clat-dia 82 - 83, 93, 95,100, '149 Darchrgl, Vinc:e,- 93, 95, 159 Barker, Lori, 94-95, 101, 139 1 Diifl-EJ! llt-'liifif 139' Parker, Mark, 159 Parker, Melanie, 159 Parker, Michael, 98, 101, 125 Parker, Myla, 100 159 Renee, 159 Parker, Parker, Robin, 95 125 Parker, Sandra, 62, 150 P k S 94 101 125 ar er, ue, , , Parker, Susan, 94, 99, 125 Parrish, Steve, 98, 139 Parsons, Dana, 45, 52, 55, 73, 94, 96, 97, 101- 103, 125 Parsons, Terr ,95, 159 liaitgon, Rosa Lee, 73, 99, Patton, Wendell, 159 Pelto, Tommy, 160 Perdue, Byron- 126 Peters, Gary, 160 Peters, Jesse Earl, 139 Potter, Bill, 97, 140 Potter, Curtis, 150 Pough, Beatrice, 160 Pough, Phyllis- 100 Powe, Nikita, 150 Powe, Sharon, 84, 160 Prescott, Randy- 98, 150 Preston, Nena, 160 Price, Jim, 2, 12, 36, 40, 45, 53, 55, 94, 97, 101, 126, 132-133 169 Price, John, 140 Prickett, John- 93, 95, 140 Prine, Carol, 24, 49, 58, 70-71, 73, 94, 96-97, 99, 126 Prine, Denice, 99 150 Purvis, Ronald, 90, 101, 126 Purvis, Timotlxhgf, 83, 150 Rabby, Mrs. arge, 107 Raborn, Mitchell- 73 160 Raborn, Troy, 53, 73, 140 Ramey, Eddie, 73 Richard- 96, 101, Ramey , 126, 132, 134 Rasmussen, Jessica, 150 Rawls, Terrell,101, 126 Rayborn, Maurice-, 145, 150 Reaves, Lora, 83, 90, 160, Redeemer, George, 40, 51, 56, 72, 96, 99, 134, 140 Redeemer, Larry, 140 Redmond, Cindy- 37, 81- 83 95, 100, 127, 132 Ruff i?"?.fZl, -lfia-in ug, 95, 150 Redmond, 0.L., 53-54, 96, 98, 127 Redmon, Ramona, 83, 99, 140 Reid, Melinda, 160 Renot, Annette, 160 Reynolds, Candace, 83, 150 Rhodes, Arthur, 160 Rhodes, Debra, 140 Rhodes, Lewis, 160 Riels, Billy, 160-161 Roberson, Bryan, 160 Roberson, Gayle, 73, 101, 137, 140 Roberts, Mrs. Betty, 101, 109 liglgarts, Timothy, 51, 98, Roberts, Mr. W.P., 62-64, 109 Robinson, Russell, 41 51, 56,72,99,140,142 Rogers Billg- 2, 52, 55, 93,100-1 1,127,133 Rossback, Freddie, 98, 150 Rouse, Joey, 53, 72, 94, 97, 100, 50 Rouse, Mr. Larry, 109 178 Saia, Mrs. Miriam- 109 Sanders, Kathy, 99, 160 Scarborough, indy, 150 Scarborough, Curtis, 160 Scarborough, Don, 97, 160, 163 Scarborough, Tami, 94, 101, 12 Scarbrough, Ella, 150 Scruggs, Jerry, 82-83, 127 Scruggs, Jimmy, 160 Seal, Ruby Bond, 95, 99, 115 Seals, Cindy, 84, 160 Sellers, Curtis, 72 160 Shannon, Susan, 92, 99, 140 Shaw, Bruce, 160 Shaw, Mrs. Nina- 31, 109 Shaw, Rub2,,161 SZ?-man, elvin, 95, 100, SEm7mons, Barbara, 98-100, Sim son, Mrs. Eva Ruth, 1093 Singleton, Carollyn- 99, 128 Singleton, Haze - 161 Singleton, Mae, 128 Smith, Angelina, 140 Strick and Belinda 141 Susie,'84 162 Teresa, 70, 151 Smitw, Anita, 128 Smith Elisa- 17 78 83 90-91,99J101Q14b ' 52131, Kelly, 83, 90, 93, Smitw Lillian- 16 37 41, 78,83,95,100-101, 128, 132 Smitw, Lori, 93, 99, 101, 128 Smitw, lVlarsha, 140 Smitw, lVIeresa, 58 140 smnq Roan-78,82-83, 100-101,150 Smitw, Rustjy, 128 Smitn, San ra, 140 Smitw, Stewart, 97, 161 Smit1, Tamara Ann, 99, 140 Smitw, Tamarah Lynn, 92, 99, 101, 141 Smitw WaKlne,161 Snowden, ary, 84, 141 Spring, Jimmy, 161 Stepwens, Dewayne, 97, 150 14 Stone Stepwens, Jack, 95, 98, Rick 72 94 96 97 151 152 Strick Strick 129 Strick and Betty 84 99 and, Greg, 100-101, Theiman, Steve- 45, 52, 53657,72-73,98,101, Thomas, Georganna- 141 Thompson, lVlag, 62, 161 Tillman, Lonnie- 40-41 45,53-54,72-73,96, 98, 129, 134 Tollar, Shirley Ann, 161 Torres, Patricia, 90, 95, 99, 151 Tubbs lVlona- 62 161 Tullosl llllichile, 92, 94-95, 101,141 Vanderbilt, Kelvin, 151 Vanderbilt, Oscar, 15, 130 Vernon, Don- 51, 72, 94, 90-90,141 Vernon, Joey, 100, 161 Vreeland, Andy- 16, 37, 98-99,101,130 Vreeland, Ann, 62, 161, 164 Waddle, Danny, 90, 161 Waits, lVlr. Donald, 107 ' Waits Wendy, 95, 146, 151-156 o Wa ker, Fonda- 99, 130 ker, Greg, 7 52, 55 '94 96 90 101 130 Wells, Glenda J., 162 Wesson, lVlrs. Elaine, 110 Wggte, Becky, 99, 101, White, Dickie- 101, 131 White, Tony, 72, 1.62 Whittington, Kaye, 84 151 Whittington, Richard, 151 I Whittle, Edna, 162 W. . I rams, lVlr. Charles, 107 Wi iams, Denise, 62, 96, 99, 141 Wi iams, Dwight, 83, 151 Wi iams, Greg, 162 . Wi iams, Jenice, 131 A Wi iams, Judy, 62-63, 96 99, 131 Wi iams, Loretta, 49, 94- 95, 99, 101, 131 Wi iams, lVlandy- 83, 93, 95,100 101,141 Wi iams, lVlark, 23, 141 Wi iams, Paula, 62, 93- 96 100 101 141 Wi iams Paytha, 95, 100, 162 Wi iams, lVlr. Ronald, 110 Wi iams, Shedee, 99, 151 Wi iams, Tom, 95, 151 ker, 1 ker , ker, ters Wa 73 , , , Waker, Jesse, 83, 95, 161 Wg John, 50, 72, 98, Wi iams, Vonda, 62, 95, 162 Wi iamson, Eddy, 52, 73, 141 Wi ison lVlr. Charles, 92, 99 Stewart, Glen Ray, 98, 161 Stone, Billy, '69,'161 1 i 1 I 7 and Scott- 52, 94, Wa Wa Wa , Alicia, 6, 70, 85, 94-95, 99, 102-103, 130 li-Vglters, Annette, 84-85, Warden, Leon, 98, 162 Warren, Brian, 73 96, 141 Warren, Shelia, 162 Wggh, lVlary, 95, 99-100, Wash, Rosetta, 84 94, 162 Weathers, Bob, 162 . Weathers, Tony, 72, 94, 98-, 1101, 14 Weaver, Harr' , 162 ,110 Wi son, Betty, 151 Wi son, Simon, 53,.72, 97 151 Wood, lVlrs. Gloria, 100, 110 3-leLa5g,eri3Ngrs. Carolyn, 94, 96-9 ,99,141 Strick and, Sglvia, 82-83, 90, 100, 1 1 Stringer, Theresa, 141 Sumra I, Becky, 78, 83, 99, 101 14 Sumra l, Teresa, 151 Taft, Denny- 84, 129, 184 Tanner, Ricky, 161' Tanner, Ronnie- 98, 151 Taylor, Cathy, 129 Taylor, Denise, 99, 129 Taylor, Don, 161 Taylor, James, 161 Taylor, Lorese, 62, 96, 150-152 Taylor, Roger, 95,'100, 161 1 Taylor Sarah, 11, 79, 95, 100,151 Temple, W?ne, 52, 72, 91, 149, 51 Webb Eric-'72 151 webb-1'-Mfg flimmy, 50, 109 Webb, lVlrs. lVlary, 31, 101, 110 Webb, Sharon, 162 Wells, Barbara, 162 Wells Bobbie, 141 Wells Glenda G., 160, 102-153 Af SCRIBBLE 'N SCRATCH W Qfl0?3M?f3QRf Q Q2 Q9 55 O QD YEQZEQQQUJ W We Q2 5, W, Q? Qxgfyfm V5 Qi? QQ? Q2 QM 54 BMFLSCRIBBLE 'N SCRATCH 30-3 2:3 0.-1Q,.w.W:t :ga u. -bqm lwmojm PM Q ima MM-UQ TRIM 53-'YZHEF vI""J. Mfqwvjmjf 'gm-11:1-o I ' dw'1f-ivwa-A sap AJu.vv-ole ow fkfffi 1, yu U f :Row If BLA. X fsww v Mew fy A io 0-Jn AWP? QE X 9? DB AWP ,4-Q xr gwwj wbfhwi WL A juni? JWV . NL. 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