Tennessee High School - Cadmea Yearbook (Bristol, TN)

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As scientists learn tfirougfi complex and i n f ri cafe experiments, we also learn by our own mistakes and by those of others. Day by day, welive on a trial by error basis-- constantly learning the rights and wrongs of life. Here at dennessee High we are taught primarily by the repetition of scholastic concepts. “6h is method of learning is exercised each year in that we learn certain facts one year and the following year add to this (knowledge. And in the same manner we continue to f a m i i a r i 3 e ourselves with life’s hardships and rewards. On our quest for hnowledge and pursuit of success, we are apt to err, and to err is human. But if is our responsibility to attempt to find the best ways of achieving our goals, (therefore we must find insight to the future through errors and through accomplishments- -through experiments. BRISTOL PUBLIC L1BRARV 701 Goode Street tol, Virginia 24201 1H ‘ • oP® - £ : KakA V rZ Jk | 2r J PfffcSg n - 1 l w Wz L ' 4r { H V 1 mhC " mWiJ We jCearn ' tjfirougfi Observation... Of all our five senses, sigfit proves to he tfie most beneficial .Whether we are staring through a microscope, watering an atfiletic event, or gating at one of nature’s miraculous creations, me are dependent upon our eyesight to provide us with the heauty or excitement within these actions. Statistics snom the importance of sight to learning. During our course o f study we are introduced to many different topics; and as an aid in learning, models, pictures, or other items are shown to stimulate mental images. 3 rom these we comprehend different aspects of life and (knowledge. Ghe actions of others inf l uence many people, ust as each generation learns (rom its ancestors, me, as alert young adults, also may learn hy tahing mental note of the actions of others. Ghus during every wahing minute, me dram pleasure, me learn from, and me benefit from the virtues of observation. 1 .... fm i p Si We Cearn ‘dfirougfi Participation... Nothing unites a student body more tfi an does a cluS or sports activity. 5SrougS different organisations we become one-- striving to Setter ourselves and tSe scSool. As memSers of cluSs we promote spirit, sponsor activities, and tSen contriSute generously to tSe scSool and c o mmunity tSrougS some donation or project. T Se satisfaction and res u Its of Sard worS tSrougS students’ cooperation may Sest Se seen in our ViSing Band. 3or tSe second consecutive year tS is group of over one Sundred individuals is rated as Tennessee’s number one Sand. Does not tS is acSievement verify wSat students worSing togetSer can ac complisS? Ijes, ive are proud of our Alma Mater, of our many accomplishments as a student Sody, and of standards ive establish for students of Tennessee High. But notSing can Se achieved witSout the support of each one of us, and, realising this, ive can understand the vital importance of participation. p-v 3p -ET ,J 4 S | A — jojww a 2JiA-a -W -k ' Ar 1) V V O— p- - O. « - ,, 5 wA fc -7 ATHLETICS %?. cM MjL Jzd s e ru shoc . 3 . c eod. 4 . yku L 6L 9U t d4 n 7 6 z2? 2 ASy t cf V . fA t Jzdcl. - - asnd c ' 4 W " a 6 76 L . c A fi , 3wyuuZC £0 Throughout the year all of our athletic events represent Tennessee High School at its best. Every sport has established morals by which its participants guide their play. We do, and of right ought to, respect these athletes for their excellent representation and for their successful year. A t £ a £jLv A t y jny «, a ’ j2Jtt -szzAt . Coaching Staff: D. Raby, F. Keller, T. Hundley. Back row: B. Bingham, B. Fisher. - ■ TENNESSEE HIGH FOOTBALL 10 Quarterbacks: Marty Winchell, Mickey Blevins, Danny Blevins, Bobby Meek. Halfbacks: Front: Jerry Barr, Franklin McMillian, Paul Hayes. Back: David Massengill, Charles Wolfe, Mike Baker, Dave Booher. 11 Fullbacks: Dave Snyder, Larry Neal, Buddy Royston and Roger Steinhoff. 1966 SEASON Eddie Barnes leaps two would-be Bearcat tacklers. Centers: Front row: Hank Thurmond, Delmar Harrington, Bob Sitgreaves. Back row: Jimmy Butcher, Billy Harkleroad. 12 Guards: Bobby Wolfe, Charlie Burroughs, Eddie Bricker, Danny Large. Back: Steve Rowell, Hoot Gibson, Gary Klopher, John Kesner. David Booher receives pass against Kingsport as Buddy Roy- ston (38) moves in to block. Buddy Royston scores all-important touchdown in Johnson City game. 13 I Tackles: Front row: J-arley Harley, Danny Cook, John Keller, Delmar Harrington. Back row: Gary Graybeal, John Outland, Danny Carrier, Steve Darnell, Doyle Fulmer, Barry Stewart. 1966 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE OF THE TENNESSEE VIKINGS We - - They 33 Jonesboro 0 28 Greeneville 12 28 John Battle 12 7 Johnson City 0 39 Blountville 0 7 Elizabethton 0 34 Erwin 0 7 Morristown 21 0 Kingsport 27 15 Virginia High 7 Won 8, Lost 2, Tied 0 Marty Winchell moves against Johnson City. Ends: Front row: Doug Williams, Rocky Martin, Eddie Barnes, Bill Mauney. Back row: DeVon Hagy, Landy Roca, Steve Penley, Steve Smeltzer. 15 Charlie Wolfe grabs a pass in the Elizabethton game. Vikings stop Virginia back in defensive battle. 16 Mike Baker gains yardage against Jonesboro. MIGHTY VIKINGS! Co-Conference Champions and City Cham- pions— these titles describe Tennessee High’s tremendous football season. In his second season as head coach, Fred Keller built up the players through rugged summer practices, and then piloted his team to an 8-2 record. Paced by defensive stalwarts John Keller, Danny Large, Danny Cook, Delmar Harring- ton, Jimmy Butcher, and Doug Williams, and offensive standouts David Booher, Marty Win- ched, Buddy Royston, and Eddie Barnes; the Norsemen proved to be one of THS’s finest teams. The year was overshadowed by a heart- breaking loss to Morristown which cost the Vikings sole possession of the Big Seven Con- ference title and was highlighted by wins over Johnson City and Virginia High. David Booher dashes for TD against Jonesboro. Norsemen prove to be one of state’s toughest defenses. 17 H| Front Row,— David Booher, Marty Winchell, Jim Countiss and Nick Graybeal. Back Row, L-R — Dave Rutherford, Gordon Vance, Skip Wyatt, John Greene, Richard Brown, Mike Morton, Tommy McDaniels, and Bobby Mutter. TENNESSEE HIGH BASKETBALL 18 John Green attempts a block in V-T game as Jim Countiss, Brown and Morton look on. Richard Brown sinks jumper in the Bristol Invitational Tourney. Mike Morton pulls down rebound as Green (35 ) and Brown (31) assist and Jim Countiss (13) looks on. John Green lays one up on fast break against Holston Valley. 19 -IB Mike Morton pulls down rebound as Green and Brown assist. Tommy McDaniels sinks lay-up against VHS. 20 John Green (34) hits reverse lay-up against Unaka in the 52-49 Viking victory. Nick Graybeal hits close-in basket as Countiss (12) and Richard Brown (30) move in. Mike Morton pulls down rebound for THS against Holston Valley. Marty Winchell drives to bucket in tourney action against Bluff City. Vikings Richard Brown sinks jumper from corner, won 70-62. 21 John Green hits short jump shot after battling on the boards. Richard Brown buckets two on a lay up against Bluff City. Nick Graybeal goes high for a basket on fast break against Jimmy Countiss goes up for long jumper from corner. Holston Valley. 22 Bluff City. Dave Rutherford clears boards in V-T action as Brown (31) moves on down court. Vikings 18 Wins, 9 Losses THS THEM 56 Holston Valley 43 58 Blountville 62 52 Unaka 49 59 Bluff City 62 66 Johnson City 68 58 Morristown 57 52 Blountville 48 32 Kingsport 63 70 Bluff City 62 50 Mary Hughes 54 56 Holston Valley 53 47 Virginia High 45 61 Bluff City 64 81 John Battle 58 42 Erwin 53 68 Morristown 67 73 Knox Young 66 69 Elizabethton 47 80 Greeneville 59 67 Virginia High 53 55 Kingsport 46 57 Johnson City 68 64 Greeneville 44 63 Elizabethton 54 53 Erwin 52 59 John Battle 57 42 Holston Valley 47 Marty Winchell sinks one of his many fast-break lay-ups. 23 David Barbe buckets a set shot. Tommy Smith hits jumper from the corner. B-TEAM BASKETBALL ACTION Coach Waycaster, B-Team Coach, explains Basketball strategy to Smith (14) Wilson (44) and Barbe. Edward Ringley (24) sinks jump shot from the head of the circle. 24 Pete Anderson eyes mark on a foul shot. Herman Sanders gets tip against VHS. PROMISING FRESHMAN SPORT WINNING SEASON Benny Rutherford (Assistant) and Coach Basham watch action along with Freshman reserves. 25 David Leonard and Jim Countiss are prepared for a serve. TENNIS Front (L-R) McReynolds, Butcher, Loab, Wolfe, Rutherford and Makres. Back (L-R) Coach Russell Basham, Graybeal, Belcher, Barker, Moore, Fields and Paluzzi. BASEBALL Coach Basham relaxes before the City Championship Game. Nick Graybeal, all-big seven catcher, warms up the pitcher before the Kingsport game. 27 1 1 JC I i ■ IMi-im JE. A OH j®‘ JLa ■ Charlie Wampler, Tennessee High’s top dash man, eyes mark Marty Wine hell races toward the finish line with the baton. TRACK 28 Coach Hundley Coach Fisher Charlie Wolfe starts off the 440 yard relay. I Doug Williams dears the bar on a doudy day at Virginia High. Track Team: Front Row: Arnold, Wolfe, Winchell, Williams, and Wampler. Second Row: Gilbert, Price, Baker, Brown. Third Row: O’Neal, Deere, Long, Greene, and Tate. 29 Steve Gentry, Russ Richards, Chris Wilson, Randy Outland. GOLF TEAM Coach Trosper Randy Outland blasts out of sand trap on the 1 8th hole. Russ Richards, who participated in the state tourney last year, is set to tee off. Chris Wilson eyes mark for a birdie putt. Steve Gentry, a promising soph, finds trouble on the 5th hole. 31 Judy Rutherford Rebecca Nidiffer 32 Susan Tissot Brenda Robertson CHEERLEADERS Chris Keller Jane Alderson 33 . • v.v - STUDENTS , , — The difference between success and failure, happiness and sadness, and honor and disgrace all lie in the actions of the student body. This year we as students, have met many responsibilites. Through our endless hours of work we have bettered our community, our school, and, most important, ourselves. As a result of this energy, we now stand not strictly as seniors, juniors, sophomores, or freshmen but as a united student body who is proud of its Alma Mater. 35 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Seated: Rebecca Nidiffer, Secretary; Doug Williams, President; Kathy Rogers, Treasurer; Standing: Danny Large, Vice-president; Bill Arnold, Sergeant-at-Arms; Pete Anderson, Chaplain. 36 Kathy Rogers Treasurer Rebecca Nidiffer Secretary Leaders Pete Anderson Chaplain 1966 - 1967 Bill Arnold Sergeant-at-Arms Danny Large, Vice President 37 Elizabeth Jane Alderson Sandra June Allison William Louis Arnold Stanley Fred Arnold Tawny Suzanne Anderson Pete William Anderson Wanda Gayle Arnold Joseph Harmon Arrants SENIORS FINALLY REACH THE TOP Ralph Edward Barker Sandra Kaye Beckham Tommy Lee Belcher Danny Allen Barker 38 Patricia Beverly Philip Michael Blevins Samuel Barry Belew Constance Yvon Bell James Russell Benning Alice Irene Blevins Hubert Lee Blevins Larry B. Blevins Judy Marsene Boling Kim Darr Cornelius William Bolling Booher, Jr. Nile Jesse Booher Cheryl Beth Bourne Alary Ann Bowery David Kennley Booher Amy Lee Bowie 39 STUDY IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS Thomas Lee Bowman Charlotte Ann Bums Craig Hawley Caldwell, Jr. Richard Allen Brown Marjorie Beth Boyd Jim Holden Butcher Mary Alice Belk Broome Sara Kathy Buckles Lee Thomas Butler Donald Wayne Bowman Gary Robert Broyles Mary Lucrete Bums James Porter Buchanan 40 Stephen Allen Carruthers I Daniel Colby Cook John David Cowan Carolyn Jane Culbertson Daniel Gaylord Cathey James Talmadge Countiss William Rogers Cowan Elizabeth Gordon Dalton Walter Thomas Comerford Leslie Irene Countiss Bennett Young Cowan Pam Lawrence frequents locker during day. 41 Gary Dean Davis Janie Elizabeth Day Bill Woodrow Doan Mitzi Musetta Dunn Daphne Lynn De Vault Mary Jane Doss Marjorie Ann Doubleday William Cecil Dunn Susan Elizabeth Marilyn Boyd Linda Marie Eller Emmert Epperson 42 Sharon Diane Hall David Lynn Francis Michael Clark Gray Mary Jean Hamilton Patricia Ann Felty Peggy Jean Frymymer Nicholas Charles Graybeal Janice Elizabeth Harden Kemper Roy Fields Ronald Franklin Gilbert Susan Elizabeth Grayson Linda Estelle Harr Garry Wayne Erwin Bryan Curtis Fox Robert Cowan Gose Alvin Everson Felty 43 Delmar Hunter Herington Richard Limvood Hilton Gail Elizabeth Hoebeke Susan Lee Hughlett James Donald Horne Judy Frances Home Sandra Faye Hughes Jack Witherspoon Hyder Barbara Jean Jones Harvey Lee Jones 44 nd Brenda Robertson at a social gathering of senior girls. Tom Jones James Lee Jordan Jack Lee Keesee Charles Lee Kelchner John Fredrick Keller Nancy Sue Kennedy Mary Rebecca Kloss Thomas Lawrence Kuhnert Jo Marie Leslie Patty Lorraine Leonard Tommy A. Love Theodore Edward Long Lilbum Gayle Martin, Jr. Cathy Ann Massengill Hal Kemp Lowe Tommy Duncan Makres I John Richard Maxfield Eddie Eugene Lyda Linda Markwalter Robert Philip Mazzei 46 Garry William McCarty Phyllis Ann McCary Buddy Royston tips his hat to his many admirers. Thomas Lee McDaniel Carl Emanuel Mclnturff Franklin Devon McMillan Harold Troy Wayne Franklin John McMillan Me Reynolds McVeigh, Jr. Robert Thomas Meek James Philip Menerick Barbara Jean Miller Harry Glenn Moore 47 Mary Evelyn Moore Ronnie Dale Moore Sandi Davis, Linda Wilkerson, and Pat Story participate in club activities. David Morris James Fletcher Morrison Marian Caterine Morton Betty Karen Mullins SENIORS FIND THE YEAR PASSING MUCH TOO QUICKLY- Jane Louise Murphy Mary Ann Musick Carol Ann Neuman I Mary Rebecca Nidijfer Rodney Kane Nidiffer Maude Elizabeth Nobles 48 Betty Lou Oliver Judith Faye O’Dell Paul Mack O’Dell William Eugene O’Dell Judith Lynne Olson William Erik Olson Randy Dale Outland Howard Delaney Owen James Henry Perrin William Hal Overbay Alfred Brantley Oxford Carolyn Marie Phillips One thing’s for sure — Seniors enjoy life. 49 SENIORS HEAD EVERY CLUB - A QUALITY OF LEADERSHIP Darrell Greer Phillips Sally Jane Price Richard Lee Post Tommy William Pulliam Deborah Rose Rhea Russ Bachman Richards Key Club president, Russ Richards, sells their annual directory to Interact Club member, Nick Graybeal. Ronnie Allen Rasnick W. Mack Richardson Roy V Ratcliff Earl Thaddeus Richmond 50 Brenda Karen Riley Betty A. Riner One can see that Jim Buchanan and Ronnie Gilbert make good use of study hall. Brenda Susan Robertson Katherine Louise Rogers Lawrence Eugene Royston, Jr. Gail Lynn Robinette Patricia Anita Rogers Judy Lynn Rutherford Ronald Edward Rogers Linda Sue Saul Orlando Jose Roca Robert Daniel Ross Charles Davis Schlipf 51 Senior girls display undying support for our great Viking teams. Harold Warren Scott Jesse Berman Shelton Jim King Semones Linda Mozelle Shoun Wanda Louise Settle Harold Keener Sheffield Joann Leslie Sieber 52 Donald Frank Silcox Robert Thomas Sitgreaves James Lynwood Smith Robert Lee Sotzing Barry Stephen Stewart Patricia Ann Story Helen Elizabeth Slagle Charliece Bronson Smith I William Carl Spangler Patricia Louise Stephenson Shirley Jean Street Darlene Kay Stumbaugh Larry Edward Talbert James Franklin Tate Penny Ann Texter Mack Thomas 53 Gary Gene Thompson Sandra Kay Ticket Sandi Lou Trivett Phillip Wayne Tranum Marolyn Susan Tissot Janice Anne Toon Mark Everette Trivette Brenda Sue Turner Thomas F. Wagner Frank Carl Mary Jacqueline Walling Weaver Doug Dan Dora Eleanor Williams Willis Susan Jane Whitlow Linda Kay Wilkerson Carolyn Ann Wilson 54 Brenda Diane Wilson Marty James Winchell Charles Randolph Wolfe Robert Allen Wolfe V-T WEEK BRIGHTENS SENIOR SPIRIT Wayne McReynolds, Nick Graybeal, Stanley Arnold, and Randy Outland celebrate Tenn. High’s victory at the Keyette party. Hi-Y president, Landy Roca, awaits beginning of car parade. Football captain John Keller, presents pep talk while co- captains, Danny Large and Buddy Royston, look on. SENIORS IN ACTION Tom Jones types his term paper. Lynn Francis, Linda Shoun, Ruth Clark, Pat Felty, and Pete Anderson pride a senior achievement. Senior Fellas prepare for class pictures Linda Harr and Karen Mullins show seniors always on the go! 56 Danny Large and Rebecca Nidiffer study in the Guidance Office. SENIOR ROYALTY REIGNING OVER THE CLASS OF 1967 57 KING QUEEN Russ Richards Penny Texter 58 GENTLEMAN-IN- WAITING Nick Graybeal LADY-IN- WAITING Judy Rutherford 3 SHIELD AND AXE BEARERS Harveyjones, Linda Leonard, Susan Hughlett, Rocky Martin 59 LADIES AND OF THE GENTLEMEN COURT John Keller Susan Tissot fl Tommy Makres Brenda Robertson 61 SENIOR PRODUCTION - 62 “TAKE ME TO YOUR PRESIDENT” SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Best Personali ty Doug Williams and Penny Texter Friendliest Danny Cook and Susan Tissot 65 Tom Wagner and Leslie Countiss Most Likely To Succeed Most Active In Clubs Jim Smith and Jo Marie Leslie 66 Most Studious Kathy Buckles and Craig Caldwell Most Dependable Most Talented Shirley Street and Brandy Oxford Most Attractive Brenda Robertson and Randy Outland Pat Rogers and John Keller 69 MANY MOODS - SENIORS STUDYING SENIOR STANDOUTS Rebecca Nidiffer, winner ofthe Miss Bristol Contest, is congratulated by Mrs. Sherry Simpson, 1966 Miss Bristol, and first Runner-Up Judy Rutherford. Joann Sieber proudly displays her trophy won in the Voice of Democracy Essay Contest. First Runner-Up in Miss Sullivan County, Linda Saul represents another phase of Viking Talent. Richard Brown, class historian prepares the chronicle of the Senior Class. Susan Hughlett was selected as the recip- ient of the 1967 D.A.R. Good Citizen- ship Award. 71 SENIOR CREDITS BELEW, SAMUEL BARRY — Library Council 1 , 2, 3, Vice President 3; Science Club 3; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; Junior Play. BELL, CONSTANCE YVON-Y-Teens 3, 4. A ALDERSON, ELIZABETH JANE-JCL 1; Y- Teens 1, 2; Red Cross 2; Anchor Club 3; Interact Club Sweetheart 4; Cheerleader 4; Chorus 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Junior Court Lady-in-Waiting; YCL, Alternate 3, Vice President 4; Most School Spirited. ALLISON, SANDRA JUNE- Bible Club 2; JCL 2, 3; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 4; Scholastic Letter 3. ANDERSON, PETE WILLIAM- Bible Club 1, 2; Science Club 3; Key Club 4; Chorus 4; Class Chaplain 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; JCL 1, 2; Scholastic Letter 3. ANDERSON, TAWNY SUZANNE -JCL 1, 2; Service Award 2; Red Cross Council 1,3; Anchor Club 2, 3; Viking Voices 4; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Chorus 4; French Club 3,4; Scholastic Letter. ARNOLD, WILLIAM LOUIS-JCL l,2;Junior Play; Jr. Civitan Club 4; Class Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Scholastic Letter 3, 4. ARNOLD, STANLEY FRED -Key Club 4; Junior Court; Track 3, 4. ARNOLD, WANDA GAYLE - FBLA 3, 4; Sec- retary 4; FHA 2, 3, 4; JCL 1 . ARRANTS, JOSEPH HARMON -JCL 1, 2; Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4; Senior Play; Track 3, 4; Chorus 3,4. B BARKER, DANNY ALLEN -JCL 1, 2. BARKER, RALPH EDWARD -Jr. Civitan 3, 4; Alpha Tri-FIi-Y Sweetheart; Baseball 2, 3,4; Chorus 3,4. BECKHAM, SANDRA KAYE - Y-Teens 1, 2, 3; Kappa Sigma Tri-Hi-Y 4, President; Junior Play; Senior Play; Junior Court; Senior Court; JCL 1; Chorus 3, 4. BELCHER, TOMMY LEE-Hi-Y 1; Jr. Civitan 4; Baseball 2, 3; Football 2. 3; JCL 1, 2. 72 BENNING, JAMES RUSSELL -Bible Club 1; Jets Club 2; Science Club 3; Chess Club 4; Vik- ing Voices 3, 4; Scholastic Letter 3. BEVERLY, PATRICIA — JCL 1, 2; Library Council 2; Music Appreciation 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4. BLEVINS, ALICE IRENE -JCL 2; FBLA 4. BLEVINS, HUBERT LEE -Bible Club 1; Chess Club 2, 3, 4. BLEVINS, LARRY B.-JCL 1, 2; Bible Club 1; Science Club 2, 3; Jr. Civitan 4. BLEVINS, PHILIP MICHAEL- Baseball 3; Chorus 3, 4. BOLING, JUDY MAREENE- Bible Club 1. BOLLING, KIM DARR- Interact Club 3, 4; Chaplain 4; Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4; Scholastic Letter 3. BOOHER, CORNELIUS WILLIAM JR. -Band 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Chess Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Tennis Team 1; JCL 1, 2, Vice Presi- dent 1; French Club 3; Senior Play; Cadmus Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Photographer 1, 2, 3, Academic Editor 4. BOOHER, DAVID KENNLEY- Interact Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Basketball 1, 2; Football 2, 3, 4, All City 3, 4, All Big 7 Conference 4, All East Tennessee 4; Red Cross 4, V£ce President. BOOHER, NILE JESSE BOURNE, CHERYL BETH -Transfer; Y-Teens 2; Anchor 3; Home Economics Club 3; Chorus 3, 4. BOWERY, MARY ANN -Bible Club 2, 3, 4; Library Council 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer 4; French Club 3, 4; JCL 1. BOWIE, AMY LEE -JCL 1, 2; Red Cross 2; Y- Teens 2, 3, 4; Sgt.-at-Arms 4; FHA 3, Parliamentar- ian 3; Maroon White 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Chorus 4. BOWMAN, THOMAS LEE -Interact Club 1, 2; Jr. Civitan Club 4; Band 1, 2, 4; Chorus 4. BOWMAN, DONALD WAYNE -Baseball 3,4. BOYD, MARJORIE BETH-JCL 1, 2; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, 4; Red Cross 3, 4; Treas- urer 4; French Club 3. BROOME, MARY ALICE BELK-Band 1, 2; JCL 1, Secretary; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Delegate to Y-Teens Leadership Conference 3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Chorus 3; Keyettes 3, 4. BROWN, LINDA ELIZABETH - Chorus 2; Math Club 2; Y-Teens 3. BROWN, RICHARD ALLEN - Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Jets Club 2; Junior Ax-Bearer. BROYLES, GARY ROBERT -JCL 1, 2; Science Club 4; Track 4. BUCHANAN, JAMES PORTER-JCL 1,2, Social Director 2; Cadmus Club 3, 4, Co-Junior Editor 3, Advertising Editor 4; Key Club 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Golf 2, 3, 4; Scholastic Letter 3. BUCKLES, SARA KATHY- Bible Club 1,2, 3,4, Sextet 4; Chess Club 3; Viking Voices 3, 4; Junior Play; JCL 1, 2; French Club 4; Most Studious; Scholastic Letter 3. BURNS, CHARLOTTE ANN- JCL 1, 2; Anchor Club 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2; Junior Play; Senior Play; Chorus 4. BURNS, MARY LUCRETE- Library Council 1, 2, 3; Bible Club 3; JCL 1. BUTCHER, JIM NOLDEN - JCL 2, 3 ; Senior Play; Key Club 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 4. BUTLER, LEE THOMAS -Bible Club 1, 2; Chess Club 3, 4; JCL 1. C CALDWELL, CRAIG HAWLEY JR. - Bible Club 1; Jets Club 2; Science Club 3, 4, Vice President 4; Most Studious ; J CL 1 , 2 , Vice President 2 ; Scholastic Letter 3. CARRUTHERS, STEPHEN ALLEN- Band 1, 2, 3; German Club 1, 2; Audio-Visual Club 1, 2; D.O. Reporter 4. CATHEY, DANIEL GAYLORD - Civitan Club 3; Interart Club 4; Basketball. CLARK, RUTH ANN -Y-Teens 1; Anchor Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; JCL 1, 2. COLBURN, WILLIAM DOUGLAS - Transfer. COMERFORD, WALTER THOMAS -Track 2, 3,4; Senior Play; Chorus 4; Transfer. COOK, DANIEL COLBY — Class President 2, 3; Chorus 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; Key Club 3, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, 4; Friendliest; Football 2, 3, 4, All City 2, 3, 4, Big 7 Conference 4. COUNTISS, JAMES TALMADGE— JCL 1, 2; Jr. Civitan 3, 4, Secretary 4; Maroon White 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis Team 3,4; Scholastic Letter 3. COUNTISS, LESLIE IRENE -Music Apprecia- tion Club 1; Anchor Club 2, 3, 4; Theory Club 1, 2; Band 2, 3, 4, Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Council 3, 4; Senior Play; Most Likely to Succeed; King College Math Representative 1, 2; JCL 1, 2; Scholastic Letter 3. COWAN, BENNETT YOUNG -Library Council 1; Science Club 2, 3; Jr. Civitan 4; Senior Play; JCL 1, 2; French Club 3, 4; Scholastic Letter 3. COWAN, JOHN DAVID - Science Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3; Jr. Civitan Club 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President 4; All State Band 2, 3; JCL 1, 2; French Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Scholastic Letter 3. COWAN, WILLIAM ROGERS - Science Club 2; Hi-Y Club 4. CULBERTSON, CAROLYN JANE - Library Council 1, 2; Bible Club 2, 3, 4; JCL 2, 3. D DALTON, ELIZABETH GORDAN- Music Ap- preciation 1, 2; Music Theory 1, 2; Y-Teens 3, 4; Maroon White 3, 4, Circulation Manager 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Music Librarian 3, 4, Chaplain 4; JCL 2 , 1 . DAVIS, GARY DEAN — Science Club 2, 3. DAVIS, SANDRA MARIE — Red Cross 2; Y-Teens 2, 3; Alpha Tri-Hi- Y, Treasurer 4. DAY, JANIE ELIZABETH - Bible Club 1,2,3, 4, Sextet 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Chorus 3, 4. DEVAALT, DAPHINE LYNN — Music Apprecia- tion 1; Anchor Club 2, 3, 4; JCL 1, 2; French Club 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play. DOAN, BILL WOODROW -Band 1, 2, 3, 4; JCL 1, 2; Music Appreciation 2, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 2, Secretary 3. 73 DOSS, MARY JANE - FBLA 3. DOUBLEDAY, MARJORIE ANN - Transfer; Dramatic Club 1; French Club 1; Modern Dance Club 2; Y-Teens 2. DUNN, MITZE MUSETTA- Kappa Sigma Tri- Hi-Y 4; Treasurer; FHA 4. DUNN, WILLIAM CECIL -Library Council 1, 2; JCL 1, 2; French Club 3, 4; Hi-Y 4. E ELLER, SUSAN ELIZABETH - Bible 1, 2; FT A 3,4, Chaplain 4. EMMERT, MARILYN BOYD- Anchor Club 2, 3; Kappa Sigma Tri-Hi-Y 4; Library Council 2, 3, 4, Project Chairman 3, President4; Junior Play; Senior Play. EPPERSON, LINDA MARIE -FHA 3. 4; Red Cross 1, 4; Y-Teens 1. ERWIN, GARRY WAYNE - Bible Club 1 ; JCL 1 , 2; Chess Club 2; Music Appreciation Club 3, 4, Sgt.- at-Arms. F FELTY, ALVIN EVERSON -JCL 1, 2; Bible Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play. FELTY, PATRICIA ANN -JCL 1, 2; Red Cross 3; French Club 3; Anchor Club 2, 3,4; Junior Play. FIELDS, KEMPER ROY-JCL 1; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 3, 4. FOX, BRYAN CURTIS -Jets Club 2; Chess Club 3,4. FRANCIS, DAVID LYNN -Junior Play; Senior Play; Chorus 3, 4; Most School Spirited; Viking Voices 4. FRYMYER, PEGGY JEAN - Transfer; Chorus 1, 2; Cheerleader 1, 2; FHA l;Band 1 , 2; Y-Teens 4; Student Reporter for WFHG. G GILBERT, RONALD FRANCIS- Basketball 1, Track 1, 2, 3,4; Jets Club 2; Senior Play. GOINS, JOSEPH PAUL - Football 1, 2, All City Team 2; Chorus 1, 2; Sgt.-at-Arms 2; Varsity Club 74 1, 2, President 2; YLC 2; Basketball Statistician 2; French Club 2; Transfer. GOSE, ROBERT COWAN — Chorus 3, 4; Basket- ball 1, 2; Junior Play; Senior Play; Chess Club 4; Hi-Y 4. GRAY, MICHAEL CLARK — JCL 1, 2; Bible Club 1 . GRAYBEAL, NICHOLAS CHARLES- JCL 1; In- teract Club 2, 3, 4; Maroon White 2, 3, 4; Sports Editor 3, Business Manager 4; Court Gentleman- in-Waiting 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4, Vice President 4; Anchor Club Sweetheart 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3,4, Captain 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, All Big 7 Conference 2, 3, All District 2. GRAYSON, SUSAN ELIZABETH- Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 2, Secretary 3; FTA 1; FHA 3,4, President 3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Keyettes 3, 4, Vice President 3. H HALL, SHARON DIANE -Bible Club 1, 2; Red Cross 1, 2; Library Council 3, 4, Historian 4; FTA 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA 3. HAMILTON, MARY JEAN - Anchor Club 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette; French Club 3,4; JCL 1, 2. HARDEN, JANICE ELIZABETH - Y-Teens 2, 3,4; Basketball 2; Transfer. HARR, LINDA ESTELLE - Anchor Club 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Chorus 3, 4; Viking Voices 4; JCL 2; French Club 3, Secretary; Math Representative to King College; Scholastic Letter 3. HEATON, MARTHA MARIE -Bible 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4; JCL 1, 2; FHA 3, 4; Library Council 1 , 2 . HENNINGER, DEBORAH ELIZABETH- Vik- ing Voices 1; Y-Teens 1; FHA 3; Anchor Club 2, 3,4. HERINGTON, DELMAR HUNTER -Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 2, 3, 4, All City, All Big 7. HILTON, RICHARD LINWOOD- Science Club 1, 2; Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4; Cadmus Club 3, 4, Chief Photographer 4; French Club. HOEBEKE, GAIL ELIZABETH- Anchor Club 3, 4, Junior Representative 3, Senior Representa- tive 4; JCL, Chairman 1; Y-Teens 2; Junior Play; Senior Play. HORNE, JIMMY DONALD -JCL 1, 2; JETS 2. HORNE, JUDY FRANCES - JCL 1 , 2, Secretary 1 ; Y-Teens 2; Anchor Club 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4. HUGHES, SANDRA FAYE - Bible Club 1,2,3, 4, Publicity 4; Library Council 1; Jr. Red Cross 3, Junior Play; Senior Play. HUGHLETT, SUSAN LEE - Anchor Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; JCL 1, 2; Class Ax-Bearer 3; Scholastic Letter 3; Maroon and White 4. HYDER, JACK WITHERSPOON -JCL 1, 2; Sci- ence Club 2, 3, President 3; Scholastic Letter 3; Hi-Y Club 4; Jr. Red Cross 4; Senior Play. J JONES, BARBARA JEAN -JCL 1, 2; Bible Club 2; FHA 3; FTA 3, 4, Treasurer 4. JONES, HARVEY LEE -JCL 1, 2; Senior Play; Jr. Civitan Club 4; Scholastic Letter 3. JONES, TOM — Junior Play; Senior Play; French Club 2, 3. JORDAN, JAMES LEE -JCL 1, 2; Golf 3; Scho- lastic Letter 3. K KEESEE, JACK LEE -JCL 1, 2. KELCHNER, CHARLES LEE -JCL 1. KELLER, JOHN FREDRICK- Interact Club 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, President 4; Junior Class Sergeant-at-Arms; Most Athletic; Senior Court; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; All-City 2; All-Conference 3, 4, Most Valuable Lineman; All- Upper-East Tenn. 3; All-East Tenn. 3,4; 2nd Team All-State 3; All-Southern 4; All-State 4; Chorus 4. State 4; Chorus 4. KENNEDY, NANCY SUE -Bible Club 1, 2; Music Club 3; Library Council 3, 4, Project Chair- man 4; Kappa Sigma Tri-Hi-Y 4, Sgt.-at-Arms; Chorus 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play. KLOSS, MARY REBECCA - Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary 4; Anchor Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Jr. Red Cross 1; Music Theory 1, 2. KUHNERT, THOMAS LAWRENCE -Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Liet. Governor of Appalachian District; Junior Play, Junior Dramatics Award; Senior Play; Track 3, 4. L LARGE, DANIEL LUTHER- Key Club 2, 3, 4; Class Ax-Bearer 3; Tri-Hi-Y Sweetheart 4; Class Vice-President 4; Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Track 1; All-City 3, 4, Most Valuable Lineman; All-Conference Big 7,3. LAWRENCE, PAM — Transfer; Anchor Club 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play. LEAB, CARL DAVID — Baseball 3, Lettered 3; Chess Club 3, 4; JCL. LEONARD, LINDA MARLENE - Anchor Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 4, Chaplain 4; JCL 1, 2; Senior Play; Chorus 3, 4. LEONARD, PATTY LORRAINE - Bible Club 1, 2; Y-Teens 3; Kappa Sigma Tri-Hi-Y 4. LESLIE, JO MARIE -JCL 1, 2; Anchor Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Cadmus Club 3, 4, Jr. Co-editor, Business Manager 4; Jun- ior Play; Senior Play; Most Active in Clubs; Scholastic Letter. LIVERMAN, RUTH ANN - Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; JCL 1; Scholastic Letter. LOGAN, CHARLES ARTHUR LONG, THEODORE EDWARD, JR. - Key Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Scholastic Letter. LOVE, TOMMY A. — Science Club 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 3, 4. LOWE, HAL KEMP LYDA, EDDIE EUGENE M MAKRES, TOMMY DUNCAN - Interact Club 2, 3, 4, President 3; Maroon and White 2, 3, 4, News Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Class Chaplain 2, 3; Senior Court; Baseball 2, 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4; Track 1; Most Dependable; JCL 1, 2, President 2; French Club 3; YLC 2, 3, 4; Riley Senter Citizen- ship Award 1 . MARTIN, LILBURN GAYLE, JR. -Hi-Y 2, 3. MASSENGILL, CATHY ANN - Anchor Club 3,4; Y-Teens 2; Junior Court; Senior Court; Viking Voices 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; JCL 1, 2; Chorus 3,4. MAX FI ELD, JOHNNY RICHARD MAZZEI, ROBERT PHILIP -JCL 1, 3, President 3; Baseball 1, 2, Manager 2; Chorus 3, 4; Jr. Red Cross 3. 75 McCARTY, GARRY WILLIAM - JCL 1 , 2; Science Club 3. McCARY, PHYLLIS ANN-Y-Teens 1, 3, 4; Bible Club 2; Jr. Red Cross 2, 4. McDANIEL, THOMAS LEE -Interact Club 3,4; Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 4, Secretary 1; Varsity Club 1,2; Music Club 1, 2; Play Crafters, President. McINTURFF, CARL EMANUEL -JCL 1; JETS 2; Senior Play; Chorus 4. McMILLAN, FRANKLIN DEVON - Football 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 4; Varsity Club 2; Basketball 2; Music Club 2. McREYNOLDS, TROY WAYNE- Interact Club 3,4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4. McVEIGH, FRANKLIN JOHN, JR. -JCL 1, 2,3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, All State Band 2; Hi-Y Club 4, Chaplain 4; Inter-Club Council Representative 4; Cadmus Club 1, 2, 3,4, Photographer 1, 2, Club Editor 3, Circulation Manager 4; Junior Play; Sen- ior Play. MEEK, ROBERT THOMAS -Football 1, 2, 3,4, Lettered 4; Track 2; JCL 1, 2; Interact Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 4. MENERICK, JAMES PHILIP -Bible Club 1; The- ory Club 1, 2; Music Appreciation Club 3; All State Band-East 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. MILLER, BARBARA JEAN -JCL 1, 2; Anchor 4; Junior Play; Senior Play. MOORE, MARY EVELYN - FHA 3, 4; Bible Club 3, 4; JCL 1. MOORE, HARRY GLENN MOORE, RONNIE DALE — JCL 1, 2. MORRIS, DAVID - Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2. MORRISON, JAMES FLETCHER -Key Club 4; Track 3, 4; Junior Play; Scholastic Letter. MORTON, MARIAN CATHERINE- Y-Teens 3; FBLA 4, Treasurer 4. MULLINS, BETTY KAREN -Jr. Red Cross 1; JCL 1; Chorus 3, 4; Y-Teens 1,2,4; Bible Club 3, Sextet; Senior Play. MURPHY, JANE LOUISE -Transfer 2; French Club 2, 3; Anchor Club 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4. MUSICK, MARY ANN-Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Sgt.- at-Arms 3; Jr. Red Cross 1; JCL 1. 76 N NEWMAN, CAROL ANN- Bible Club 1, 2, 3; JCL 1, 2; French Club 3, 4. NIDIFFER, MARY REBECCA - Class Secretary 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Cadmus Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Editor 1,2, 4; Diary Editor 3; Girls’ State Delegate; Best-All-Around; Ch orus 4, Secretary 4; Jr. Civitan Club Sweetheart 4; Key- ette Club 3, 4, Secretary 3; Best Dressed Girl 4; Scholastic Letter. NIDIFFER, RODNEY KANE - Football 1, 2, 3; JCL 1, 2. NOBLES, MAUDE ELIZABETH -Y-Teens 1, 3; FBLA 2, 4. O O ' DELL, JUDITH FAYE -Y-Teens 1,3; Library Council 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 3; FBLA 4, Vice- President. O’DELL, PAUL MACK - Football 1, 2. O’DELL, WILLIAM EUGENE -Hi-Y 3, 4. OLIVER, BETTY LOU- Bible Club 2; Y-Teens 3; FBLA 4; FHA 4. OLSON, JUDITH LYNNE - Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; JCL 1; Jr. Red Cross 1. OLSON, WILLIAM ERIK — Senior Play. OUTLAND, RANDY DALE -Key Club 4; Jun- ior Play; Senior Play; Most Attractive; Junior Court; Chorus 3, 4. OVERBAY, WILLIAM HAL -Senior Play; Hi-Y Club; Chorus 3, 4. OWEN, HOWARD DELANEY -Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Appreciation Club 3,4. OXFORD, ALFRED BRANTLEY -Key Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Representative, Drum Major 4; Dance Band 2, 3, 4; JCL 1, 2, Vice-Chairman 1, Chairman 2; Junior Court; Senior Court; Most Talented and Creative; All East Tenn. Band Clinic 3; All East Tenn. Orchestra 4. P PERRIN, JAMES HENRY — T ransfer; Choir 1; Football 1. PHILLIPS, CAROLYN MARIE - FHA 1, 2, 4. PHILLIPS, DARRELL GREER PHIPPS, WILLIAM HAROLD POST, RICHARD LEE — Library Club 1; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, President4; Senior Play. PRICE, SALLY JANE- Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Sgt.- at-Arms 2, I.E.C. 3, President 4; FHA 3, 4, Presi- dent 4. PULLIAM, TOMMY WILLIAM - Football Man- ager 1, 2, 3, 4. R RASNICK, RONNIE ALLEN - Football 1; Bas- ketball 2; Bible Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4. RATCLIFF, ROY V. - Transfer. RHEA, DEBORAH ROSE -Y-Teens 2,3,4;NHA 2, 3; Math Club 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3; Music Club 2, 3. RICHARDS, RUSS BACHMAN -Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Cadmus Club 3, 4, Sports Editor 3, Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; Junior Play; Junior Court-King; Senior Court-King; Best- All-Around; Best Dressed Boy 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 1-4, State Tourney 3; Boys’ State Dele- gate; JCL 1, 2, President 2; French Club 3, Sec- retary; Scholastic Letter. RICHARDSON, W. MACK- Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Council 4; All East Tenn. Band 2, 3, 4; All State Band 3, 4; All East Tenn. Orchestra 4; Kingsport Symphony Orchestra 3, 4; Music Club 2, 3; Interact Club 3, 4; JCL 1, 2, Vice-President 2; French Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 4; Viking Voices 2, 3, 4; Scholastic Letter. RICHMOND, EARL THADDEUS — JCL 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Play Crafters 1, 2; Var- sity Club 1, 2. RILEY, BRENDA KAREN -Bible Club 2; FBLA 3,4, Chaplain 4. RINER, BETTY A. -Bible Club 2; FBLA 3, 4, President 4. ROBERTSON, BRENDA SUSAN -Class Treas- urer 3; Senior Court; Cheerleader 3, 4; Key Club Sweetheart 4; Most Attractive; Anchor Club 2, Sophomore Director; Y-Teens 1; Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; JCL 1, 2, Secretary- Treasurer 2; Keyette Club 3, 4; Girls’ State Alter- nate. ROBINETTE, GAIL LYNN- Y-Teens 2, 3; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 4; Chorus 3, 4. ROBINSON, JANET LUCILLE -JCL 1, 2; Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Delegate to Y-Teen Leadership Council 1-4, Program Chair- man 3; Cadmus Club 3, 4, Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; Junior Play; Keyette Club 3, 4. ROCA, ORLANDO JOSE-Hi-Y 4, President. ROGERS, KATHERINE LOUISE- Anchor Club 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4; French Club 1,4, Chaplain 1, Secretary 4; French National Honor Society 4; Class Treasurer 4; Most Dependable; Scholastic Letter. ROGERS, PATRICIA ANITA -Y-Teens 1, 2, 3,4; NHA 2; Library Council 1; Most Athletic; Chorus 1, 2, 3,4. ROGERS, RONALD EDWARD -Jr. Civitan 2, 3,4, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, 4; Football Manager 1; Senior Play; Tennis 4. ROSS, ROBERT DANIEL- Key Club 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Chorus 3,4; Class Chaplain 1 . ROYSTON, LAWRENCE EUGENE, JR. - Class President 1; Class Treasurer 2; Key Club 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4; Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Senior Play; Chorus. RUTHERFORD, JUDY LYNN -Class Secretary 1; JCL 1, 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Junior Court-Queen; Senior Court-Lad y-in- Waiting; Y-Teens 1; Anchor Club 2; Band 1; Majorette 1; Hi-Y Club Sweet- heart 4; French Club 3. S SAUL, LINDA SUE - Y-Teens 1 ; JCL 1 , 2; Anchor Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; Majorette 2, 3, 4; Scho- lastic Letter. SCHLIPF, CHARLES DAVIS - Transfer; French Club 4, Vice-President; Spanish Club 2; JCL 1; Junior Play; Drama Club 3; Chorus 3; Track 3, Manager. SCOTT, HAROLD WARREN -Band 1; JCL 1. SEMONES, JIM KING - Chess Club 2; ICT Club 4. SETTLE, WANDA LOUISE- Bible Club 2, 3, 4; JCL 1, 2; French Club 3; Junior Play; Senior Play. SHAFFER, JERRY LYNN - Football 1; Basket- ball 1. 77 ' ■v SHEFFIELD, HAROLD KEENER -JCL 1, 2; French Club 3, Treasurer; Music Theory 3. SHELTON, JESSE BERMAN - French Club 3; Hi-Y 4. SHOUN, LINDA MOZELLE — JCL 1, 2, Vice- President 1; Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 4, Chaplain 4; Y-Teens 1; Anchor Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Play; Sen- ior Play. SHOUN, PATRICIA JEAN -Y-Teens 1, 2, 3; Library Council 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4. SIEBER, JOANN LESLIE - Anchor Club 2, 3, 4; Cadmus Club 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Editor 2, Advertising Editor 3, Senior Editor 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; JCL 1, 2; Keyette Club 3, 4, Treas- urer 3, President 4; Chorus 3, 4. SILCOX, DONALD FRANK SITGREAVES, ROBERT THOMAS SLAGLE, HELEN ELIZABETH- Y-Teens 1, 3,4, Chaplain 3; FT A 2, Vice-President. SMITH, CHARLIECE BRONSON- Transfer; Bible Club 3; FT A 4. SMITH, JAMES LYNWOOD, JR. -Jr. Civitan 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Most Active in Clubs; Chorus 3, 4, Treasurer 4; JCL 1. SOTZING, ROBERT LEE — JCL 1, 2. SPANGLER, WILLIAM CARL-I.C.T. 4, Treas- urer 4. STEPHENSON, PATRICIA LOUISE- Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; JCL 1; Class Shield Bearer 3. STEWART, BARRY STEPHEN - Transfer 3; Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. STORY, PATRICIA ANN -JCL 1, 2; Jr. Red Cross 1, 3; Library Council 2; FTA 3; Alpha Tri- Hi-Y 4; Chorus 3, 4. STREET, SHIRLEY JEAN -Anchor Club 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1; Viking Voices 2, 3, Assistant Art Editor 3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Most Talented and Creative; Keyette Club 3, 4. STUMBAUGH, DARLENE KAY- Bible Club 2; Y-Teens 3; FHA 3, 4; Kappa Sigma Tri-Hi-Y 4; JCL 1. T TALBERT, LARRY EDWARD -Chess Club 2; Junior Play; Senior Play. TATE, JAMES FRANKLIN -JCL 1, 2; Senior Play; Science Club 2, 4. TEXTER, PENNY ANN -JCL 1, Secretary-Treas- urer; Latin Award; French Club 2, 3, Vice-President 2, Chaplain 3; Anchor Club 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms; Viking Voices 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; Junior Play; Junior Court; Senior Court-Queen; VT Queen 4; Best Personality; Keyette Club 3, 4. THOMAS, MACK- Chess Club 3; T I Club 4; Football 1, 2, 3. THOMPSON, GARY GENE -JCL 1; Chess Club 2; Football 1 , 2; Basketball 2; Basketball Statistician 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4. THOMPSON, SCOTT TICKEL, SANDRA KAY -JCL 1, 2, President 2; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3,4, Chaplain 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Viking Voices; Chorus 3, 4. TISSOT, MAROLYN SUSAN- Y-Teens 2, 3; Class Treasurer 1; Jr. Red Cross 4, Secretary; Friendliest; Senior Court; Cheerleader 4; JCL 1, 2; Girls’ State Alternate; Junior Court Chorus 3, 4; FHA 4. TOON, JANICE ANNE- Bible Club 3; Tri-Hi-Y Club 4. TRANUM, PHILLIP WAYNE TRIVETT, SANDI LOU -JCL 1, 2; Y-Teens 3; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 4, Secretary. TRIVETTE, MARK EVERETTE — JCL 1, 2; French Club 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. TURNER, BRENDA SUE -Bible Club 3; Jr. Red Cross 1; D.O. 2, President 2. W WAGNER, THOMAS F. — JCL 1, 2; Engineering Club 2, Treasurer 2; Science Club 3; Jr. Civitan 78 Club 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist; Most Likely to Succeed. WALLING, FRANK CARL — Football 1 , 2; Tennis 4; Interact Club 2, 3, 4; Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Junior Play; Senior Play. WEAVER, MARY JACQUELINE- JCL 1, 2; JCL State Convention Award 1; Chess Club 3; Chorus 3, 4; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 4, Historian, Reporter, Sgt.- at-Arms 4. WEAVER, PHILLIP LYNN - JCL. WHITLOW, SUSAN JANE -JCL 1, 2; Anchor Club 2; Chess Club 3, 4; Senior Play; Chorus 3, 4. WILKERSON, LINDA KAY - Band 1;Y-Teens 1; Bible Club 2; Chess Club 3; Jr. Red Cross 3; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 4, President 4; Senior Play. WILLIAMS, DOUG DAN- Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Class Vice-Presiden t 1, 2, 3; Class President 4; Best Personality; Interact Club 2, 3,4, Treasurer 4; Boys’ State Delegate; Sweetheart of Keyette Club 4; JCL 1,2. WILLIS, DORA ELEANOR— Library Council 2; FHA 3; FBLA 4; JCL 1. WILSON, CAROLYN ANN -Anchor Club 2. 3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Spanish Club 2. WILSON, BRENDA DIANE - Y-Teens 2, 3; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 4. WINCHELL, MARTY JAMES -Interart Club 3,4; Junior Court; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. WOLFE, CHARLES RANDOLPH- Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Lettered 1-4; Baseball 1; Track 3; Basketball 2 . WOLFE, ROBERT ALLEN -Jr. Civitan Club 3,4, Chaplain 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4; Foot- ball 4, Lettered 4; All Big Seven Honorable Mention. Mrs FisKsr li X OROE-Vau- nui HachfeR s, XcWvA-tyxartVcX could a d The ttpeess o 6s aKdidsaltlS piuiqfcEaHsF O ss xKptd imde uou. stems b£, art urtitss+R.M. J d . ) sasu a+- rwos pKEtct vjlhxch v ou hod QCiRg.ciJ dtaA 4-c da ujxFh " ■£. kMtjuj. TV anKs m 1 k3N4 rv At bfc a s+ud M-V. ® IVsalma y s ; Fs.hU (s ' ] 79 Ladies and Gentlemen of the Court: Kathy Daniel and Eddie Barnes, Jean Robinette and Adrian White, Lady-in-waiting Jeannie Worley, Gentleman-in-waiting Steve Legg, Debbie Shumaker and Powell Moore, Cathy DiNicolangelo and Joe Garten, King Dave Snyder and Queen Vicki Kilgore. JUNIOR ROYALTY 80 Gentleman and Lady-in-Waiting Steve Legg and Jeannie Worley attend King Dave Snyder and Queen Vicki Kilgore. Planning to be a veterinarian, President Dave Rutherford get s plenty of training from his work with the animals on his father’s farm. Dave will attend either Cornell University or the University of Tennessee. Bill Mauney, who is serving as vice- president, plans to go into some field of engineering. Bill is now considering Geor- gia Tech or the University of Tennessee as his secondary education. Our chaplain, Carol Christian, plans to enter her vocation in church work and music, perhaps as a Bible teacher. Carol is now a member in the band and chorus and will later major in religion. Phil Abercrombie Cheryl Allison Eddie Allison Billy Alston Michael Anderson Sammy Anderson JUNIOR 82 Becky Carter, secretary, has set her goal on fulltime missionary work. She has been going to meetings with other youths study- ing the Bible, and strengthening her faith to prepare her for this work. Susan Hoebeke, our treasurer, is not yet sure what her life’s work will be. She is certain, however, that it will involve close contact with people, a profession such as nursing or social work. L OFFICERS Our sergeant-at-arms, Garland White, will center his life in the field of art. He is currently taking courses for his major in art and plans to attend a college strong in the field of arts. Anne Bailey Berkley Baker Mike Baker Martha Ball Eddie Barnes James Barr 83 Kay Barrett Mark Bays Ray Bibee Sharon Blevins Bobby Booher Clyde Bordwine Pam Bowman Chuck Bradley David Bray Pat Brewer Eddie Bricker Harold Bridgeman Peggy Bridgeman Betty Brinkley Susie Brooks Jerry Brown Jim Brown Marshall Buckles fi II I,?- EXPERIMENTS Bundy Roselle Burkett Denny Campbell Patty Carrier Alma Carter Becky Carter Steve Cass 84 David Cassell Stanley Chapman Carol Christian Cheryl Clark Johnriy CoIL Randy Combs Tad Cowan Don Cox James Crabtree Lee Crabtree Ellen Credle Ronnie Crockett Donny Cross Jerry Crosswhite Kathy Daniel Tom Davenport Janie Davidson Dean Davis IN LEARNING Jean Davis Mollie Davis Nancy Davis Tom Day Mark DeFriece Tim Delaney Cathy DiNicolangelo Margaret Dishner 85 Kathy Dunham Joan Edwards Paul Elmore Marsha Erwin Lester Faniola Ester Feathers Cathy Feathers Pat Felty Tom Felty Sally Flannagan Glenda Ford Kenneth Foster Cecil Franklin Dewey Fuller JUNIOR John Garber Sandra Garrett Joe Gakten Martin Geiger Susan Geiger Betsy Gillenwater Ellen Gillenwater Steve Glispie Valerie Glispie Cheryl Glover Raymond Glover Early Gollehorn Cathy Grace Eunice Graham John Green Buddy Greene Larry Greenwell Vic Grider Dave Guffey Dianne Hagey Teresa Hagy Lynne Hall Mike Harrington Sandee Harrington Jane Hart Don Harting Becky Hartsock Betty Hartsock Paul Hayes Ronnie Heaton SPIRIT Jimmy Henley Linda Henson Kenneth Hicks Phoebie Hicks Mike Hidalgo Bonnie Hill Susan Hoebeke Jim Holden Debbie Shumaker, Jean Robinette, Pat Long, and Lynn Saffer " enjoy the V-T pep rally. 87 Charlie Horning Bobby Howard Barbara Howell Debbie Huff Sammye Huffman Roy Hull Claudia Hunigan Jim Hurt Jimmy Ingle Freddy Jackson Greg Jamison Eddie Jessee Phylliss Jessee Jim Johnson Linda Johnson Marilyn Johnson Albert Jones Jimmy Jones Pe ggy Jones Sandy Jones Walter Jones Susan Kassem Mike Kegley John Kestner Vickie Kilgore Ronnie Kimberlin Donna King Karen King Beverly Kizer Judy Kyle Betty Brinkley hastily sells a Cadmea. 88 Lee Steve Legg Brenda Leonard David Leonard Farrel Levy Ruth Lisanby Ricky Litton Bill Logan Pat Long Beverly Lewis Carol Lowe Tommy Lowe Meg MacLeod Frank Marcy Robin Marston Billy Mauney Carol McCary Susan McCormick Bertha McCurdy Bruce McKee Jane McKenzie Tommy McNew Sandy McReynolds Carolyn Miles Emma Millard Judy Miller Diane Mitchell Edith Mitchell Fred Mitchell Patsy Monroe Linda Moore Pat Moore 89 Powell Moore Suzanne Moore Mike Morton Susan Morton David Moyers Linda Mullins Henry Neil Brenda Nickles Sherry O’Dell Paula Odum Jerry O’Neal Robert Pacholski Julia Peoples Charles Peters Becky , — Phipps 1 Carol Phipps Bonnie Phipps Gary Pierce Jean Robinette appears bewildered. Charles Powell Aileen Powers N.D. Presley Jim Preston Pam Price Linda Rainey 90 James Rector Keith Reinhardt Ricky Roberts Jean Robinette Phyllis Rock Gary Rogers Key Clubber Phil Aber- crombie lowers the flag. Michael Rogers Bill Rush Jerry Russel Hilda Rust Dave Rutherford Lynne Saffer Sarah Salyer Joe Sanders Debra Saul Billy Sawyers Tom Sechrist Larry Shaffer Cathy Shankel Donna Sheppard Cindy Shinn Debbie Shumaker Ada Simpson Linda Skeens Carol Smith Doug Smith Earl Smith Gary Smith 91 CLASS PROJECT vS haroii-Lami«A in d a Henson, Phil Abercrombie, Debbie Shumaker , Peggy Bridge- man, Kathy Daniel, Dave Rutherford, and Garland White take a break while working on the junior float. Gay Smith Jimmy Smith Lee Smith Ricky Smith Terry Smith Wayne Smith Dave Snyder Judy South Roger Steinhoff Nancy Stitt Linda Stivers Betty Swift Walter Tackett Martha Thomas Parker Thomas Suzanne Thompson Hank Thurmond Allen Tilley 92 jftiilj Mm Cathy Trainham Gordon Vance Karen Van eg Debbie Vaughn Elaine Walls Charlie Wampler Vickie Webb Linda Weddington Cathy Whitaker Adrian White Betty White Garland White Peggy White Stewart Whitford Susan Wilfred Steve Wilkinson Charlotte Williamson Bill Wilson Tom Wilson Vickie . Winchell Barbara Wine Cathy Woodard Jennie Lou Woods Sara Woods Dave Rutherford moves the float to its place in front of the school. 93 Jerry Brown, Alma Carter, Albert Jones, Mike Kegley, and Cathy Grace work hard during play practice. ACTIVE Susan Wilfred prepares to clean the trophy case. Cathy DiNicolangelo, Jean Robinette, and Charles Horning receive their class rings. JUNIORS Juniors recite the " Creation” for a chapel prpgram. 95 Linda Moore studies diligently?! Judi Kyle and John Kestner cast votes for officers while Steve Legg looks a bit curious. THE MANY Tommy Davenport — the Epitome of the Tennessee Viking? CLASS Mike Morton sings to Adrian White’s horn and Fred Jackson’s drums. 96 Keith Reinhardt begins his lecture. SIDED Kathy Phillips finds a good bit of humor in what the other party is saying. OF 1968 Powell Moore and Cindy Shinn whoop it up during football season. Molly Davis plays an active part in the V-T pep rally. 97 JUNIOR Making plans for the Junior Prom are Debbie Shumaker, Jane McKenzie, Lynne Saffer, Ellen Credle, Cindy Shinn, Joe Garten, Cathy DiNicolangelo, and Powell Moore. Billy Wilson turns to the ways of a gentleman on Junior Dress-up Day as he opens the door for Sarah Salyer and Elaine Walls. Robin Marston operates the sound effects for the Junior Play. 98 Mr. Williams gives advice to the Junior Play cast. WEEK Juniors practice a dramatic point of the play. Our Shield and Axe Bearers— John Green, Meg MacLeod, Linda Stivers, and Lee Smith. Judy Kyle acts as prompter for the play. Teresa Hagy, Sammy Anderson, andjimmy Slagle participate in Junior Teaching Day. 99 At the helm of th e 1969 Viking Ship again this year is Charley Burroughs. Charley plays guard on the football team and is in the Key Club. Charley says that he is very proud of BTHS and is going to do his best for his school. First mate to Charley is Chris Keller. Chris is the only sophomore cheerleader and says that this is the highest honor a girl can receive in high school. Chris is from a truly football family — her father is head coach and her brother co- captain. She says " I feel as if I have a reason to yell just a little louder for these two people.” Patsy McCall is in charge of keeping the log for the second time. Patsy is business manager of Viking Voices and is in the Anchor Club. When asked what she thought of BTHS she says simply " Love it.” THE CREW VIKING Thomas Abston Linda Allen Melissa Allen Linda Ashly Anita Amburgy Sherry Anders Edith Anderson Lynn Anderson Thomas Ashley Claudia Ault Jane Baily 100 OF THE SHIP ’69 Daniel Baker David Barbe Joyce Ball Sherry Beckner Linda Bently Gail Beverly Charles Blair Joe Boggs Eddie Booher Randall Booher In charge of the shillings this year is Sandra Loving. She worked very hard on the sopho- more float. Sandra lists her hobbies as horseback riding and swimming which she does most- ly in the summertime. She says that she is very proud to be an officer in a school as great as BTHS. Chaplain this year is Brown Caldwell. Brown is very in- volved in school activities. He lists as his extracurricular activ- ities the Cadmus Club, the Key Club, and the band, in which he works very hard. He was Han- sel in " Hansel and Gretel” for the Bristol Children’s Theatre this fall. Brown says that he wouldn’t trade BTHS for any other school. In charge of the brigg for the 1969 Viking Ship is Bobby Leonard. Bobby doesn’t have any club activities, but attends most of the games and is very school spiritied. He makes aver- age grades and works hard in all of his studies. Bobby plans to play football next year and all ’69ers will be with him. In his own words Bobby says that " THS is great.” 101 Martha Bouton John Boynton Gary Brewer Linda Brown Sandra Bryant Beth Buchanan Teresa Buchanan Pat Bullock Gary Burdge Beth Burns William Burroughs Charley Burroughs Mike Bushore Brown Caldwell Marylin Calhoun Ronnie Callahan Judy Car ampbell Robert Canada Cathy Cannon Danny Carrier Mike Carrier Judy Carroll Bonnie Carter Linda Casteel Christine Castle James Collins Cheryl Cook Deborah Conner Rena Counts Bobby Cox Howard Cox Terry Cox Tommy Crawford Glen Culbertson Robert Culbertson Vickie Abercrombie 102 David Culp Mike Davenport Maurine Davidson Pam Day Fred Derre Meredith DeVault LaVerne Dillard Larry Dickson Bonnie Dixon Steve Dixon Robert Dixon Danny Dorton Dierdre Dougherty Kathleen Doyle Bobby Duff Ed Dugan Susan Elmore Joan Epperson Donna Feathers Linda Felty Randall Fields Brenda Fitch 103 THESE GIRLS WORKED HARDEST Jerry Fleenor Judy SUPPORTING VIKING Foran wMk Gail Ford James Forg fc n Gilmer Franklin Gay Frazier Janice Geiger Betty Gentry Jerry Gentry Terry Gibson r (Si Steve Gentry Linda Graham ary Graybeal Uevon Hagy Terry Hale Doug Hardwick Sandra Harkleroad Peg Harkrader Jack Harr Brenda Harris Sandra Loving, Peg Harkrader, Betty Mumpower, and Patsy McCall stand in front of their float. 104 THE GREAT SHIP Debbie Hatcher Don Hatcher Andy Hawk Tim Hawk Tommy Hawk Bobby Heaton Lloyd Heaton Doug Henninger Sharon Henson Vickie Herndon Alan Hodge James Hoffert Morris Hoover Claude Hoskins Randy Hoskins Harry Hudgins Beth Hunnigan Tom Hyde Teresa Icenhour Debbie Jackson Greg Johnson Carol Jones THIS WAS THE RESULT KICK OFF TC WORD 105 Robert Jones Chris Keller Rachel King Linda tuck " ' Ki rk ] Margaret Kirkman Larry Kirksey Van Kiser Scotty Lambert Jim Legg Bobby Leonard Dennis Leonard f ' m aifcfj Doug Love Tim Love Donna Loving Sandra Loving Vickie Abercrombie admires her cake. IN THE GALLEY OF Wayne Link Tommy Liverman Gary Malcolm Marsha Makris Cathy Martin David Massengill Harry Massey Lynn Matheson David Maxfield Patsy McCall Susan McCobin Bill McCracken 106 Darrell McCray Marilyn McKee Fred McNew Steve McRae Tommy Meagar Steve Messerole David Merritt Diane Milhorn Mike Minor Larry Millard Linda Miller Linda L. Miller Ruth Moody Barbara Moore Cathy Moore Janice Mo Joyce Moore Diane Morrell Tiny Morton Betty Moyers Larry Mullens Betty Mumpower Cam Mumpower Doris Mumpower Mitchell Mumpower Linda Myers Larry Neal Don Nidiffer Sheila Nuckolls Billie Jean Odum Dennis O’Neal 107 c, w » likmlL David Owen Tommy Paluzzi Steve Penley Jane Peoples Karl Perdue Anne Perrin TO Kill Icspcct li Larry Millard displays his safety poster. ’69ERS ACTIVE IN Carol Phillips Tommy Phillips Nancy Phipps Patty Pierce Jack Poore Charles Powers o, m —• ' I n, it MHI David Powell John Pratt Larry Price David Puckett Larry Puckett Joe Ragan Debra Range Jerry Rector Jan Reynolds Brooks Richards Margaret Riley Edward Ringley) Debbie Roberts Bill Roland Augusta Rotenberry Steve Rowell Don Royston Jacque Russell 108 Larry Russell Andy Rutherford Sam Sangid Pam Sanders Fred Semones Eddie Sharrett SCHOOL PROJECTS Becky Sheffield Beverly Shelley Pat Shelley Shelly Simmons Melita Skaggs Sharon Skeens Chris Keller paints a V-T poster. T ommy Slagle Cynthia Smelser Sandra Smith Tom Smith Walter Smith Debbie Sproles Eddie Sproles Ricky Stewart Vic Stidham Missy Stone Darlene Story Linda Suggs Diana Swain Celia Swiney Shelia Tabor Ben Thackett Billy Taylor Bobby Taylor 109 Patsy McCall enjoys time at lunch. Blake Vanhoy Freida Wagner Steve Wallace Rebecca Wampler ADDING LIVELINESS Rut hie Warden Mary Washington Linda Watson Phyllis Webb John Welch Allan White Darla White Netta White Richard Whitlow Rosemary Whitten Diane Whittaker Vickie Whittamore Vickie Whitten Patty Whorton Jannelle Widner 110 Nancy Woodlief Larry Woods Steve Woods Gary Worley liJfiifii Richard Wilfred Steve Wilhoit David Williams Christopher Wilson Richard Williams Billie Ann Wix Larry Neal and Brown Caldwell show their skill in getting tangled up while playing the " twistee.” 1 1 1 Dierdre Doughtery and Kathy Doyle share a joke. Tommy Smith leaves for a B-Team basketball game. SOPHOMORES WORK AND Sophomore Latin students display their costumes. ’69ers enjoy pep rally. James Forgey thinks about the ' 67 Cadmea. 112 DURING PLAY Sophs add to school spirit. Photographer’s board notes the beginning of the sophomores. Devon Hagy spends his free time loafing. Tommy Megar seems to have that added something. Brown Caldwell tries to sell two for the price of one. 1 13 John Todd gives his version of a Spanish story. 114 Linda Myers and Doug Hardwick pause during a Cadmea meeting. Tommy Megar looks into the matter. Brown Caldwell rides a truck during V-T car parade. Mr. Sam Smalling aids Sophs throughout years. 115 Jacque Russell pays Hal Overby’s fare during the Key Club’s Twirp Week. 4 1 16 Danny Dorton seems amused at the idea. Ed Ringley nd Van Kiser, Key Clubbers, sell peanuts for a charitable cause. CLASS OF ’69 As we entered the door of dear old BTHS for the second year, we felt superior to our freshman friends. We looked forward to seeing old friends and becoming ac- quainted with new ones. We anxiously awaited our new subjects, and throughout the year we worked for unity and achievement. The second year of high school has now gone before our eyes. Following this year of achievement tests, ball games, programs, and classes, we have now prepared ourselves for life as upperclassmen. Patty Pierce (right) and Sharon Hensley enjoy life. FRESHMAN Presiding over the class of ’70 is Mike Peters. His interests lie in the fields of music and commercial art. He plays the rhythm guitar for the popular Hangmen Dance Band. He also serves on the youth jury. Assum ing the responsibility of vice-president is Jim Alderson. Jim plays forward on his church basketball squad and sings in the youth choir. He works as head usher at the Paramount Theater. Jim Alderson— Vice-President Taking down the minutes of the freshman class is Lois Shanks. She is a member of the Y-Teens and the youth jury. Lois enjoys spectator sports such as football, basketball, and baseball. Mike Peters— President 118 Lois Shanks— Secretary Paul DeFriece Larry Denton Kent Caldwell reports the T.H.S. news for W.F.H.G. Radio. Kathryn DePew Alma Dickerson Lewis Diggs Larry Dixion Mike Doyle Terry Drake Terry Dugan John Dunlap Danny Eades Doug Eades Jane Early Russell Erwin Margaret Evans David Fanning Frank Faniola Lisa Fisher Pat Flannaean Bill Fletcher WITH PLEASURE 123 Barbara Ford Jo Ann Foster Doyle Fulmer Cary Fulwider Bill Garten Danny Geiger Jeff Guffey Alan Guin Vickey Gurley Sharon Flagerstrom Steve Hagey Barbara Hale Greg Hale Billy Harkleroad Debbie Harkleroad Freddy Harkleroad Glenda Harkleroad Kathy Harkleroad 124 Pam Hatcher Barbara Hawkins Patti Hawks Kathy Henninger Scott Hensley Debby Herington STUDIOUS Karen Gillenwater and Barbara Hawkins study diligently. Karen Harr Steve Harr Tom Harris Linda Harrison Brenda Hartsock A1 Hatcher Janet Heron Jimmy Hickam Diane Hicks Patricia Hicks Sherry Higgins Don Hix J.C. Hobbs John Hogan Aaron Hogans Sandra Hoskins David Houston Earl Humphrey 125 Mike Hyder Jane Jackson Ricky Jamison Jimmy Jarrett Tom Jessee Fred Johnson Faye Jones Jimmy Jones Peggy Jones Richard Keene Mike Keesee Pam Kegley Norman King Betsy Kilgore Lana Kistner Gary Klopfer Marla Lambert Beth Lane Pool sharp Carol Pierce prepares to pocket the 8 ball. Mark Lange Danny Langston Alan Leonard Tommy Leonard Wanda Leonard Claire Lewis 126 Kathryn DePew and Gina Todd pause for a coke. Libby Lilley Lisa Lilley Mike Love Jerry Lyda Donna Marion Mike Martin Susan Matney Louis Mattison Gene McCarty Tim McCobin Pat Mclnturff Sue McNew Mary McVeigh Chris Mea Mike Mead Robin Menerick Melanie Mervis Karen Messerole Randy Mitchell Raymond Mitchell Sandy Moore Marylee Morrell Donna Morris Richard Mumpower 127 HAiiM Anne O’Dell Judy Odum Wayne Ogle Gary Oliver John Outland Donna Owen Jill Nitti Robin Nunn Lynne Palisano Randy Parker JoAnne Patu Diane Perdue Debbie Peters Mike Peters Buck Pettigrew 128 Sharon Hagerstrom watches as Donna Owen prepares to have her eyes tested. Carol Pendergrass Butch Phetteplace Ron Phillips Kenneth Phipps Debbie Pickel Linda Pickel Carol Pierce Jimmy Pippin Tonya Poet Terry Poole Joyce Poore George Porter Ezra Powers Larry Preston Pat Price Phil Price Vernon Price William Ramsey Doug Reedy Tim Rees Steve Reid 129 Mary Jane Richards Donna Richmond Sandra Riley Debbie Roberts Wayne Rose Gary Rosenbalm Debby Burdge seems busy studying her Spanish. Edward Russell Theresa Rotenberry Herman Sanders Barbara Saul Lana Scycphers Cheryl Senter Yvonne Sexton Ritta Shaffer Lois Shanks Beatrice Shiplett Alan Shipley Donna Shoun Doug Slagle Freddie Slagle Tom Sluder Sam Smeltzer 130 Lynn Burleson, freshmen’s V-T queen nominee, poses for the camera. Della Smith Brenda Sparger Ned Spaulding Brenda Stanton Joel Staton Gary Stewart Karen Stewart Allen Stickley Buddy Stine J ud I •„ Sturgill Jeanie Sykes Mike Tate Randy Tauscher Steve Taylor Janice Thayor Brenda Thomas John Thomas Ann Tobias Gina Todd Debby Toon Mike Tranum 131 Freshmen seem to enjoy their first class meeting. OH WELL, FRESHMEN Barry Vance Richard Vance Cathy Vires David Walker Susan Wall Richard Walls Allen Walsh Vonda Watson Lois Weddington Diane Western Bert Wherry 132 Beth Lane and Leigh Neal get their first taste of their staff duties. WILL BE FRESHMEN Becky Wilkinson Connie Wilkerson Karen Williams Carol Wilson Don Wilson Kay Wisdom Noreen Woods Brenda Worley Becky Wright Keith Wyatt 133 SCHOLASTIC While attending Tennessee High School, we are constantly preparing for tomorrow’s opportunities and responsibilities. Needless to say, the key factor in this preparation lies in our faculty. It is through their knowledge and past experience that we are able to understand the complex world we now live in and gain foresight for tomorrow’s world. 135 CAPTAINS OF THE SHIP MR. HUGH DAVID Assistant Principal of Tennessee High 136 HOME ECONOMICS PREPARES FOR THE FUTURE MRS. KING Home Economics SCHOOL SECRETARIES MRS. McCROSKEY MRS. BUTT MRS. BUSH 137 MR. ODOM English IV Chairman MRS. ABBOTT English I, Latin I ENGLISH 138 MRS. REETER English IV MR. WILLIAMS English III MRS. ODUM English II OUR LANGUAGE MISS FAUST MR. RESER MISS MILLER English I English II English I 139 MRS. FISHER American Government World History MR. DAVID Economics HISTORY MR. FISHER Geography. Health 140 MR. ALLGOOD Sociology, Commercial Law MRS. GUINN American History MISS MARSHALL, Chairman American History THE STORY OF MANKIND MRS. WAFF Geography, World History MR. HUNDLEY World History, Health MISS HAWKINS Civics 141 MISS RHEA, Chairman Algebra, Trigonometry MISS KESNER Algebra MATHEMATICS MRS. RASNICK Geometry AN EXACT SCIENCE 142 MR. O’DELL Algebra MR. COUNTISS MISS BOGART Algebra SCIENCE MR. MAPLES, Chairman Chemistry, Biology FUTURE MRS. BARR General Science MR. BINGHAM General Science PAST PRESENT MR. BURK Biology, Physics MRS. McLANEY Biology 143 MR. CANNON Spanish I, II, III, IV LANGUAGES DRAW US CLOSER TOGETHER MRS. HAGAN Latin I, II MRS. BEVERLY French I, II, Spanish I MR. ARWOOD Typing MRS. MORTON, Sec. Practice Shorthand, Typing BUSINESS COURSES AID IN CAREERS MR. MARSHALL, Bookkeeping Mechanical Drawing 145 MISS KNISLEY MR. SMALLING GUIDANCE COUNSELORS AID IN SUCCESS MR. NICAR, Band, Chorus CULTURE BY MUSIC 146 MRS. DIBBLE MR. KELLER PHYSICAL EDUCATION STRENGTHENS YOUTH ENHANCED AND ART MR. HITE, Art LIBRARY IS STOREHOUSE OF KNOWLEDGE MRS. CUTHILL, Librarian MRS. GREENE, Asst. Librarian STUDY HALL HELPS EVERYONE MRS. PARKER, Study Hall 148 MR. TROSPER, Study Hall, Driver Training CAFETERIA STAFF CUSTODIANS MRS. ARNOLD MRS. SNAPP MR. RUTTER, MR. BELLAMY, MR. CASH 149 FACULTY ABBOTT, JUDITH A. MRS., Latin, English; Virginia Intermont College, King College, (BA), Univ. of Virginia, East Tenn. State Univ., English Institute King College; Sponsors JCL, FT A, and Freshmen. ALLGOOD, OWEN STEPHEN, Sociology, Commer- cial Law; East Tenn. State Univ. (BS); Sponsors Freshmen. ARWOOD, WILLIAM DOUGLAS, Typing; East Tenn. State Univ. (BS); Sponsors Junior Civitan and Seniors. BARR, SUE G. MRS., General Science; East Tenn. State Univ. (BS), East Tenn. State Univ. (Graduate Study); Sponsors Freshmen. BEVERLY, GLADYS MRS., Spanish, French; Wash- burn Univ. (AB), Univ. of Kansas (MA), Univ. of Tulane (MA), Univ. of Chicago, Univ. of Southern California, Univ. of California (Graduate Study); Spon- sors French Club and Freshmen. BINGHAM, WILLIAM L., General Science, Assistant Football and Baseball Coach; Concord College (BS), East Tenn. State Univ. (MA); Sponsors Hi-Y and Freshmen. BOGART, FLORENCE, Algebra II; Wingate Jr. College (AA), Lincoln Memorial Univ. (BA), East Tenn. State Univ. (MA), Univ. of Maine, Tenn. Tech., Middle Tenn. State Univ. (Graduate Study); Sponsors Sopho- mores. BORETSKY, STEPHEN T„ Principal; Maryville Col- lege (AB), Colorado State (MA). BURK, RICELARD K., Biology, Physics; The Citadel (BS), East Tenn. State Univ., Middle Tenn. State Univ. (Graduate Study); Sponsors Key Club and Seniors. CANNON, JAMES L., Spanish I-IV; East Tenn. State Univ. (BS), Major in Russian at U.S. Air Force In- stitute of Technology at Syracuse University; Sponsors Sophomores. COUNTISS,J. T., Math, Algebra I; Emory and Henry College (BA), Peabody (MA), Columbia Univ., East Tenn. State Univ., (Graduate Study); Sponsors Fresh- men. CUTHILL, NANCY MRS., Librarian; Duke Univ., (AB), East Tenn. State Univ., Univ. ofTenn. (Graduate Study); Sponsors Library Council. DAVID, HUGH, Assistant Principal, Economics, Busi- ness Manager for Athletics; Emory and Henry College (BA), Peabody College (MA), Univ. ofTenn. (Graduate Study). DIBBLE, CAROLYN L. MRS., Physical Education; Virginia Intermont College (AA), East Tenn. State Univ. (BS); Sponsors Bible Club and Freshmen. FAUST, HELEN J., English I; Emory and Henry College (BA), East Tenn. State Univ. (Graduate Study); Sponsors Anchor Club and Freshmen. FISHER, BUDDY, Health, Geography; Univ. of Ten- nessee (BS); Sponsors Freshmen. FISHER, JANE MRS., American Government, World History; Carson-Newman (AB), East Ten. State Univ. (MA), Univ. of Virginia, Miami Univ. (Graduate Study); Sponsors Sophomores. FLEENOR, NANCY MRS., English I, IV; Univ. of Tenn. (AB), East Tenn. State Univ. (GraduateStudy); Sponsors Sophomores. GREENE, MARY A. MRS., Ass’t Librarian; Tenn. State Univ. (BS), East Tenn. State Univ. (Graduate Study). GUINN, LORRANINE J. MRS., American History; Virginia Intermont, King College (BA), East Tenn. State Univ. (MA), Sponsors Y-Teens and Juniors. ELAGAN, GEORGIA S. MRS., Latin; East Tenn. State Univ. (BA), Peabody (MA), Univ. of Iowa (Graduate Study); Sponsors J.C.L. and Sophomores. HAWKINS, MAURINE, Civics; Carson-Newman, Univ. of Tenn. (AB); Sponsor of Junior Red Cross and Seniors. HITE, JAMES A., Art; East Tenn. State Univ. (BS), East Tenn. State Univ. (Graduate Study). HUNDLEY, TOM H., Health, World History, Track, Physical Education, Ass’t Football Coach; Univ. of Ky. (AB), East Tenn. State Univ. (Graduate Study) KELLER, FRED, Physical Education, Head Football Coach; Carson-Newman (BS), Univ of Tenn. (MA). Mrs. Dibble prepares the bulletin board for the 150 Volleyball Tournament. Coach Hundley and Coach Bingham monitor the halls. 150 DIRECTORY KESNER, KATHERINE E., Algebra; King College (BA), East Tenn. State Univ. (MA) John Hopkins Univ. (Graduate Study); Sponsors Music Appreciation Club and Freshmen. KING PEGGY R. MRS., Home Economics; East Tenn. State Univ. (BS), Virginia Intermont, Florida Southern, East Tenn. State Univ., (Graduate Study); Sponsors F.H.A., Majorettes, and Juniors. KNISLEY, DOROTHY L., Guidance; Carson-New- man (BA), Univ. of Virginia (M.Ed.), East Tenn. Univ., Univ. of Tenn., Middle Tenn. State Univ. (Graduate Study); Sponsors Maroon White and Seniors. MAPLES, FRANK H., Chemistry, Biology; Howard College of Samford Univ. (BS), East Tenn. State Univ. (MA), Duke Univ. (Graduate Study); Sponsors Science Club and Juniors. MARSHALL, WALTER C., Mechanical Drawing, Book- keeping; Univ. of Tenn. (BS), East Tenn. State Univ. (MA); Sponsors Seniors. MARSHALL, MARTHA, American History; East Tenn. State Univ. (BS), Peabody College (MA), Univ. of North Carolina, Vassar, Univ. of Miami, Univ. of Tenn., Vanderbilt Univ., Univ. of Hawaii (Graduate Study); Sponsors Tri-Hi-Y and Juniors. McLANEY, HAROLD D. MRS., Biology; East Tenn. State Univ. (BA) (MA); Sponsors Chess Club and Sophomores. MILLER, MAXIE, English I; King College (BA), Univ. of Virginia (MA), East Tenn. State Univ. (Graduate Study); Sponsors Tri-Hi-Y and Freshmen. MORTON, RUTH MRS., Shorthand. Typing, Sec- retarial Practice; Mary Washington College, Longwood College (BS), East Tenn. State Univ. (MA), Univ. of Virginia, Columbia Univ. Gregg College (Graduate Study); Sponsors FBLA and Juniors. NICAR, HOWARD, JR., Band, Chorus; Western Ky. State Univ. (BS), Michigan State Univ. (MA); Sponsors Hi-Y. O’DELL, THOMAS A., Algebra; East Tenn. State Univ., (BS); Sponsors Sophomores. ODOM, PAUL, English; Milligan College, (BS), East Tenn. State Univ. (MA); Sponsors Viking Voices and Seniors. ODUM, PENNY MRS., English II; King College (BA), East Tenn. State Univ.; Sponsors Sophomores. PAINTER, CARRIE R. MRS., English III, IV; King College (BA), John Hopkins Univ. (MAT); Sponsors Sophomores. PARKER, ROBBIE MRS., Study Hall; Lander College (BA). POPLIN, EDNA R. MRS., English; Virginia Inter- mont College, East Tenn. State Univ. (BS) (MA), Univ. of Virginia, Univ. of Tenn., Univ. of Miami (Graduate Study); Sponsors Juniors. RASNICK, W. C. MRS., Geometry; Carson-Newman College (BA), East Tenn. State Univ. (MA); Sponsors Juniors. REETER, MILDRED, English; East Tenn. State Univ. (BS); Sponsors Seniors. RESER, JAMES, English II; Emory and Henry College (AB), East Tenn. State Univ. (MA), King College (Graduate Study); Sponsors Sophomores. RHEA, LINDSAY, Trigonometry, Senior Algebra; King College (BS), Western Reserve Univ. (MA), Univ. of Maine, Radford College (Graduate Study); Sponsors Seniors. SMALLING, SAM G., JR., Guidance; Duke Univ. (BS), East Tenn. State (MA), Univ. of Tenn., Middle Tenn. State Univ. (Graduate Study); Sponsors Cadmus Club and Juniors. TROSPER, ERNIE, Health, Driver Education, Study Hall, Basketball Coach; Union College (BS), East Tenn. State Univ. (Graduate Study); Sponsors Inter- act Club. WAFF, LYNN MRS., Geography, World History; East Tenn. State Univ. (BS), Sponsors Y-Teens and Fresh- men. WILLIAMS, THOMAS M., English III; Jackson State (BS), Tuskegee Institute (M. Ed.), East Tenn. State Univ. (Graduate Study); Sponsors Juniors. Mr. Williams reads the directions for the Kuder Miss Knisley helps Linda Llarr fill out an application. test. 151 ORGANIZATIONS K d u- yoc _ nry P ' P 0 2. ( 4 tT 4tPckt s, cy - JfsJ j, kJ t A . QcoQ e • Hr J f Y i jf(r " 3Z a-IK -j-o y O O ' S) Jy focSH HA ■ ' f ' Ac ' ( y $P- l o J a JJy ,j kckj S- Go 4 t o [ pss ( j£ i s ' fe KrJCvP ' yccj ft- 1 1 j-fft ' b ? 4 f tc HAv ' T vJ _ os A tf c L o { 2 f Z£p [ Jc Ly tfe A =} Uc$l r dT - H O H JT t C - A- t Ajto .i av o » H A teller )od Us ler-A-X7 J_ tuc,- +- -f- A M ft KocJ A C CA_ A J. “if ' y c - - o •3IT £ ir e 9- of r X»i y J I po.6 b P b 1 u sV j - A, H 4- yCc be JLc tdr oJr-t AAe cf U£i t e- 4 k cp- t -Hit , AV - Ats 2r ( ht i 2 c i i- pdc.1 Jcr 9 - ' iSity tc ' iy The success of a school depends largely upon the accomplishments of its clubs. Within our school we have many civic-minded groups which aid the school not only in a material manner but also through the outstanding example which they have displaye d out- side the school. As a student body, we owe a great deal of gratitude to these clubs and to their sponsors. ft) l e s ' A— ' A A ' Q- A J 6 lsL A r- n cj 7 4 IT co cv 4 yCC St- a -p ev4 -fM A P.e)Jl — g) V s oc c44 A -3 (_A_ £f y- v 0 h A 6F Vf 6T A- , b , oc p- l . 153 vv o Business Manager: Jo Leslie CADMUS CLUB Co-Editor-in-Chief: Russ Richards Photographers: Tommy Meagar; Head Pho- tographer- Richard Hilton; Gene McCarty. The work of the Annual Staff began during the hot summer months with the selling of ads. Later they worked hard at meeting deadlines, and after hours of frustrations they produced an annual which was worthy of this outstanding school. Senior Editors: Rebecca Nidiffer, Jo Ann Seiber. 154 Sophomore Editors: Susan Elmore, Linda Myers, Doug Hardwick. Clubs, Betty Swift; Circulation, Frank Me- Index: Betty Brinkley, Beth Buchanan. Veigh; Club, James Barb. Jr. Editor: Meg MacLeodi Not pictured: Jane McKenzie. Sports: Larry Dixon, Jim Forgey. Freshmen: Leigh Neal, Beth Lane. Diary: Kay Barrett, Charles Florning. 155 MAROON WHITE Editor-in-Chief, Tommy Makres Sports Page: Ronnie Thompson; Doug Henniger; Editor, Larry Kirksey; Chris Carr. Members of the newspaper staff are trained in all phases of journalism. Because they must accept many responsibilities, the members develop great leadership potential, a sense of personal respon- sibility, and the initiative to go ahead. Their publi- cation, the Maroon White, informs and serves the students and faculty of Tennessee High School. News Page: Marilyn Johnson; Joann Paty; Joe Garten; Jean Robin- ette, Editor; Allen Guinn, Susan Hoebeke. 156 Business Manager, Nick Graybeal Editorial Page: Allen Guinn; Susan Hughlett; Randi Parker; editor, Vickie Kil- gore; Ronnie Crockett. Feature Page: Kathy Daniel, editor, Betty Dalton, Cathy DiNicol- angelo, Marilyn Johnson, Kent Caldwell. 157 Literary: Lynn Hillyer, Debra Saul, Kathy Buckles, Alma Carter, Lynn Francis. Collins, Sheri Beckner. Art: Russ Benning, Cathy Massengill, Sandra Tickle, Jim Preston. 158 The Viking Voices staff is re- sponsible for publishing two magazines composed of the literary and art work of staffmem- bers and of students outside the club. They also sponsor an annual signing party in the spring. Literary: Sandi Harrington, Jennifer Woods, Emma Millard, Cheryl Senter. Literary: Linda Nelson, Tawny Anderson, Mr. Paul Odom, Mack Richardson, Linda Harr. y ’i ' ' l n r ' ♦. O ' y n « v. 1 ' i i 1 v k • ' ' X X V , 1 . . A -v v- K » ' -r A,wV - " v.n It l-s Literary Editor, Ellen Credle; Business Manager, Patsy McCall; Art Editor, Ruth Warden; Diedre Dougherty, Managing Editor. 159 Front row: Stephenson, Cook, Dalton, Mullins. Second row: Boyd, Bowie, Grayson. Third row: Price, Broome, Frymer. Fourth row: Robinson, Broome, Tickel, McCary. Y-TEENS i President — Price Vice-President — Robinson Secretary— Stephenson Treasurer— Nuckolls 160 Sgt.-at-Arms — Boyd m Chaplain — Tick le To grow as a person, to grow in knowledge and love of God, to build a fellowship of women and girls, is the goal of the girls in the Y-Teens at Tennessee High. r Fresh. Rep. Burleson Bowie Sgt.-at-arms Front row: Bridgeman, Erwin, Stivers, Brewer, Lisanby, Smith. Back row: Moore, Mitchell, Venable, Shankel, Lee, Kizer, Brooks, Worley. 161 Front row: Graham, Cannon, Rotenberry, Skaggs, Frith. Second row: Harris, Dixson, Farris, Range, Elmore, Skeens. Third row: Miller, Nuckolls, Sanders, Allen, Kirby, Addison. vJLJo ex o pock . nAX -wW Ox Jlo , !iv XxXdU_, c cxx l ) Xd o- cxJUL OsK _£_Qk_3c t jj Cv eJ JLAv. ■ -£- r oJLAY N3s 3 0 JLCL CXI , Front row: Kilgore, Peters, Blackford, Wilkerson, Kegley, Morris, Caldwell, Bundy, Clark. Second row: Early, Davenport, Buchan- an, Lane, Hicks, Lilley, Stewart, Parker, Wilkinson, Cathey, Paty. Third row: Pierce, McVeigh, Syphers, Kistner, Morrell, Burdge, Bruce, Burkson, Anderson, Hagerstram, Belcher, Baily. Fourth row: White, Dickerson, Lewis, Jones, Carlson, Myers. Fifth row: Pickel, Poore, Richards, Pickel, Davenport, Smith, Booher, Higgins, Depew, Perdue. 162 Officers: Chaplain, Brenda Riley; Treasurer, Cathy Morton; Vice-president, Judy O’Dell; President, Betty Riner; Secretary, Wanda Arnold. FBLA -H Front row: Bourne, Riley, Morton, Riner, Arnold. Second row: Woodard, Watson. Third row: Blevins, Vaughn, Oliver, Blevins. Fourth row: Widner, Phipps, O’Dell, Willis. Fifth row: Feathers, McCary, Noble, Bently, Sponsor-Mrs. Morton. 163 Front row: Rowell, Royston, Robertson, Butcher, Large, Cook. Second row: Buchanan, Morrison, Legg, Aber- crombie, Burroughs, Long, Brown. Third row: Hawk, Wilkinson, Anderson, Caldwell, Arnold, Smith, Ross, Oxford. Fourth row: Kiser, Mauney, Outland, Snider, Presley, Thurmond, Ringley, Sechrist, DeFriece. Top: Richards. Charles Burroughs KEY CLUB Richard Brown Brenda Robertson Eddie Long Tom Sechrist Jim Buchanan Jim Morrison Steve Rowell Stanley Arnold Van Kiser 164 Officers: Front row: Russ Richards, President; Brenda Robertson, Sweetheart; Brantley Oxford, Vice-President; Danny Cook, Sergeant-at-Arms; Lee Smith, Treasurer; Eddie Long, Secretary; Buddy Royston, Chaplain. Lee Smith Timmy Hawk A.B. Oxford Dave Snyder Steve Legg Ed Ringley Randy Outland Danny Large 165 Phil Abercrombie Mark DeFriece KEY CLUBBERS ACTIVE The Key Club, which is sponsored by Mr. Richard K. Burk, began the year by in- structing freshmen and by the selling of Viking buttons and cushions. Throughout the foot- ball season they increased school spirit through various school projects. At the same time the club ushered at football games and sponsored reserve seats. During V-T Week the Key Clubbers sponsored the car parade and sold mums. A family was taken as a Santa Pal during Christmas. Two publications, the Tennessee High School Directory and the basketball program, wer e compiled and sold by them. The year was then highlighted by Twirp Week — a festive week when the girls ask the boys far dates. Brown Caldwell Pete Anderson Steve Wilkinson Russ Richards Buddy Royston Hank Thurmond Danny Cook 166 Bill Mauney Jim Butcher Danny Ross N.D. Presley Honorary Members: Toon, Nida, Horning, Thurmond. Officers: Toon, Horning, Thurmond, Legg. EL CIRCULO ESPANOL The purpose of the EL Circulo Espanol is to encourage an interest in and appre- ciation of the language, its history, literature, and art and customs of Spanish-speaking countries. Front row: Nida, Trether; Second row: Morrell, Graham, Buch- anan, Boynton, Baily; Third row: Fulwider, Tausher, Diggs, Carrol, Minnerick, Dampier, Harris, Hobbs, Burdge. Front row: Cross, Dixon; Second row: Horning, Brummett, ' JChite, Colvard, Biggs, Wikinson; Third row: Gray, Thurmond, Legg, Powers, Cross, Preston, Hobbs. 167 Officers: Treasurer, Mitzi Dunn; Chaplain, Karen Vance; Historian-Reporter, Debbie Huff; Vice President, Susan Wilfred; Sweetheart, Danny Large; President, Sandy Beckham; Interclub Council Representative, Betty Swift; Sergeant-at-Arms, Nancy Kennedy; Secretary, Carol Christian. KAPPA SIGMA TRI - HI - Y The Tri-Hi-Y is a new club formed at Tennessee High School this year. In it each member has a chance to enjoy creative use of leisure time, a chance to form lasting friendships, and to develop capacities for leadership. She grows as a citizen at home, school, and in the community, as well as in her faith. Above all, Tri-Hi-Y members achieve a sense of personal worth that lasts a lifetime. 168 Large. First Row: Vance, Dunn, Huff, Wilfred, Beckham, Swift, Kennedy, Christian. Second Row: Allison, Morton, Riley, Suggs, Davis, Mitchell, Emmert, Shoun. Third Row: Louis, Leonard, Jessee, Harr, Whitten, Whitaker, Clark, Nelson. Fourth Row: Washington, Moore, Carrier, Peoples, Long, Rottenbury, Hall, Thompson, Lowe, Hagy. TRI-HI- Y PURPOSE To create, maintain, and extend throughout home, school, and community, high standards of Christian character. 169 Front Row: Williams, Boling, Keller, Alderson, Booher, Meek, Walling. Second Row: Garten, Rutherford, Hagey, Todd, Massengill, McReyn olds, Trosper (Spon- sor). Third Row: Green, McDaniels, Makres, Graybeal, Cathey. Fourth Row: Winchell, Moore, Richardson, Barnes, Bricker. INTERACT CLUB Officers: President, John Keller; Sweetheart, Jane Alderson; Secretary, Bobby Meek; Sergeant-at Arms, Frank Walling; Sponsor, Mr. Trosper; Chaplain, Kim Boling; Vice President, David Booher; Treasurer, Doug Williams. 170 Kim Boling David Booher Danny Cathey Nick Graybeal John Keller Tommy Makres Tommy McDaniels Wayne McReynolds Bobby Meek Mack Richardson The Interact Club, affiliated with Rotary International, promotes school spirit, increases school unity, and helps to build a better Tennessee High. Their projects — among them the Sadie Hawkins Dance — raise money for much needed articles for the school. Eddie Barnes John Green Powell Moore Dave Rutherford David Barbe DeVon Hagey Larry Kirksey David Massengill Tommy Smith John Todd 171 First Row: Seiber, Hoebeke, Graybeal, Leonard Felty, Wilson, Harr. Fourth Row: Lawrance, Street, Henniger. Second Row: Horne, Massengill, Burns, Miller, Hughlett. Fifth Row: Rogers, Murphy, De- Clark, Hamilton, Saul. Third Row: Shoun, Leslie, Vault, Kloss, Countiss. ANCHOR CLUB The objectives of the Anchor Club are to work together in friendship and loyalty and to render service to the school, home, and community. Its many service projects are supported by funds which they, the members themselves, raise. First Row: Kilgore, DiNicolangelo, Carter, Shumaker. Second Row: Daniel, Hill, Barrett. Third Row: Robinette, Bailey, Johnson, Har- rington, Woods. Fourth Row: Hagy, Credle, Shinn, Jones, Saffer, Wi " - chell. Fifth Row: Hoebeke, Geiger, MacLeod Davidson, Carter, Walls. 172 Front Row: Abercrombie, Buchanan, Swiney, Webb. Second Row: Warden, Doyle, Phipps. Gre en. Thir d Row: Tones. Doughtery, Wyatt .(Russeff) Fourth Row: Bums, McCall, Bullock, Farris, Hark- ernder, Richards. Fifth Row: Perrin, Pierce, Flunigan, DeVault, Hillyer, Myers, Casteel. Jo Leslie Susan Hughlett Debbie Shumaker President Vice President Secretary Jean Robinette Kathy Rogers Cindy Shinn Gail Floebeke Treasurer Chaplain Sergeant-at-Arms Senior Director Susan Hoebeke Deirdre Dougherty Nick Graybeal Junior Director Sophomore Director Sweetheart 173 First Row: Weaver, Toon, .Japjie) Barker, Davis, Robinette, Woods, Hart. Second Row: King, Brinkley, Grace, Saul, HanniganfHuffmon, Henson, Trivett. Third Row: Wilkerson, Salyer, Allison, Mullins, Anderson, Wilson, Davis, Weddington, Davis. ALPHA TRI - HI - Y 174 Officers : Seated : Molly Davis , Tawny A nders on, Jackie Weaver . Standing: Sandye Davis, Eddie Barker, Sponsor-Miss Miller, Sandi Trivett, Linda Wilkerson, Sarah Salyer. Linda Wilkerson President Tawny Anderson SandiTrivett Vice President Secretary Molly Davis Jackie Weaver Chaplain Historian-Reporter Eddie Barker Sarah Salyer Sweetheart Interclub Council Representative OBJECTIVES The purpose of this organization is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character. Clean speech, clean sportsmanship, clean scholarship, and clean living is the platform toward which every member strives. 175 Officers: Seated: Publicity, Edith Anderson; Secretary, Susan Kassam; President, Sherry O’Dell; Program Chairman, Chris Cassell; Publicity, Sandra Hughes; Program Chairman, Kathy Buckles; Chaplain, Martha Heaton. Standing: Vice Presidents, Ricky Roberts’ and David Culp; Sponsors, Mr. Paul Odom and Mrs. Dibble; Treasurer, Ronnie Rasnick; Music, Tim Delaney. BIBLE CLUB The Bible Club of Tennessee High School, sponsored by Mr. Odum and Mrs. Dibble, strives to promote Christian leadership by setting an example of Christian living in the school and community. Service projects are supported by the club. 176 Seniors: Front Row: Wanda Settle, Carol Culberson, Mary Moore. Second Row: Kathy Buckles, Ruth Liverman, Martha Heaton, Mary Bowery. Third Row: Janie Day, Ronnie Rasnick, Sandra Hughes. Juniors: Front Row: Skeens, Kassam. Second Row: O’Dell, Dunham, Monroe. Third Row: King, Jones, Ford, Odum. Fourth Row: Delaney, Barr, Tackett, Roberts. Sophomores: Front Row: Gentry, Anderson, Harkle- road, Moore. Second Row: Story, Counts, Cook, Cossell. Third Row: Connor, Whitten, Wyatt, McCobin, Fitch. Fourth Row: Whorton, Cross, Mumpower. Fifth Row: Stewart, Culp, Rector, Hoffert. Freshmen: Front Row: Leonard, Harkleroad, Jones, Lilly, Johns on. Second Row: Smith, Hartsock, Flatcher, Brown, Evans. Third Row: Mea, McNew. Fourth Row: Matney, Lambret, Brumett, White, Moore. Fifth Row: Austin, Sykes, Price, Poet. Sixth Row: Thyer, Shoun, Hawks, Odum, White. 177 Officers: Secretary, Susan Tissot; Treasurer, Beth Boyd; President, Brenda Robertson; Chaplain, Linda Shoun; Vice President, David Booher; Sergeant-At-Arms, John Todd. JUNIOR RED CROSS The objectives ofthejunior Red Cross are to serve the school, home, community, and nation in any way possible. The club also attempts to make people aware of the many opportunities for service through the Red Cross. Front Row: Sluter, Todd, Booher, Rutherford, Robert- son, Boyd, Tissot, Shoun. Second Row: Smith, Craw- ford, Rowell, Phetteplace, Green, Hockett, Hidalgo, Brewer, McCary, Phipps. Third Row: Booher, Lee, Bridgeman, Lewis, Martin, White, Brown, Green, Har- ris, Davis, Cathy. Fourth Row: Hyder, Burns, Moore, Gillenwater, Epperson, Richards, Moore, Suggs, Brewer, White, Myers, Worley. 178 Front row: Millard, Mrs. McLaney (Sponsor), Whitlow, Shelly, Williams, Graham, Saul. Sec- ond row: Hoskins, D. Powell, Jamison, Butler, Brewer, Van Gelder, Boynton. Third row: Penley, Belew, Foran, Pollard, Fox, Sproles, Brown, Bibee. Fourth row: C. Powell, Kirk, White, Benning, Briscoe. Fifth row: Booher, Bays, Kimberland, Day, Levi, Blevins. CHECKMATE CLUB Officers: President, Billy Booher; Treasurer, Tom Day; Secretary, Emma Millard; Sergeant-At-Arms, Mark Bays; Vice-President, Dennis Pollard. The Chess Club was formed to give students with a common hobby a chance to participate with others who enjoy it. However, the club supports other activities in the school. They received first place award in the FHA- sponsored " Can That Trash Week.” 179 Front Row: Moore, Madison, Day, White, Austin, Brummette, Beeler, Second Row: Burga, Dixon, Frith, McNew, Moody, Smith, Swaim, Buchanan, Wagne, Whittamore. LIBRARY COUNCIL The objectives of the Library Council are to be of service to their school by assisting the various routines of the library. The enrollment consists of those students who really wish to help their fellow students in the school by working in the library. The students help with the chores ofshelvingbooks, checking books and magazines, and collecting fines on overdue books. Some of their projects are sponsoring a book sale, a pennant sale, and a gift to the library. Officers: Nancy Kennedy, Program Chairman; Sarah Salyer, Reporter; Marilyn Emmert, President; Mary Bowery, Secretary-Treasurer; Diane Hall, Historian; Vicki Whittamore, Chaplain. 180 LIBRARY COUNCIL MAKES RESEARCH EASIER FOR STUDENTS Seated: Hall, Salyer, Emmert, Kennedy, Miller. Standing: Phillips, Bowery, Jamison, Shoun. Mrs. Cuthill, Library Council Sponsor, aids James Barr in finding a book. Sarah Salyer sells a pennant to Betty Swift. 181 Officers: Seated: Pat Beverly, Secretary-Treasurer; Bert Wherry, President; Terry Drake, Vice-President; Gary Erwin, Sergeant-at-Arms. MUSIC APPRECIATION CLUB The objectives of the Music Appreciation Club are to promote an appreciation of all types of music and to develop an understanding of the main types. Seated: Carroll, Toon. Standing: Whittamore, Beverly, Nitti, Tobias, Senter, Wherry, Ashe, Drake, Beeler, Hogans, Doan, Owen, Erwin. 182 Officers: Front Row: Landy Roca, President; Judy Rutherford, Sweetheart; Don Harting, Vice President; Back Row: Franklin McVeigh, Chaplain; Berkley Baker, Treasurer; Bill Wilson, Secretary; Jim Holden, Sgt.-at-Arms. Hi-Y members listen carefully during weekly meeting. 183 Bill Wilson Berkley Baker Frank McVeigh Jim Holden Orlando Roca Judy Rutherford HI - Y Don Harting Hal Overbay Bill Cowan Bill Dunn Bob Howard 184 Tom Megar Gary Brewer Gordon Vance Earl Smith Mitchell Mumpower Roy Hall Tom Felty Scotty Lambert Fred Jackson Victor Grider CLUB Jerry O’ Neal Robert Canada Tom Davenport Mike Carrier Mike Kegley Berman Shelton Robert Jones 185 FRENCH I CLUB The purposes of this organization are to give each member practice in the four skills in French I and to introduce the member to French culture and its great contributions to the modern world. Front Row: Kathy Buckles, Susan Morton, Vicki Winchell, John Green, Jean Davis, Linda Skeen, Linda Stivers, Susan Kassam. Second Row: Ander- son, Tommy Lowe, Gordon Vance, Lorenzo Wyatt, Charles Schlipf, Tad Cowan. Officers: Vickie Kilgore, Charles Schlipf, John Green, Tommy Davenport. Honorable Members: Kathy Buckles, Charles Schlipf, Stewart Whitford, Ronnie Crockett, Vickie Kilgore. Front Row: Donna King, Linda Weddington, Sandi Harrington, John Green, Vickie Kilgore, Lynn Saffer, Lynn Hall, Carol Lowe. Second Row: Stewart Whitford, Steve Cass, Ronnie Crockett, Gary Pierce, Dave Snyder, Tommy Davenport. 186 Jim Buchanan, Ben Cowan, Bill Dunn, Cathy Massengill, Mary Jean Hamilton, Mack Richardson, Brenda Robertson, Mary Ann Bowery, Carol Newman, Tawny Anderson, Linda Leonard, Kathy Rogers. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS The main purpose of Le Cercle Francais is to give the American student some understanding of French civilization and culture and the great contribution that France has made to the modern world. Officers: Mack Richardson, Brenda Robertson, Kathy Rogers, Linda Leonard. 187 Officers: Parker, Pew, Kilgore, Caldwell, Defriece, Poole. JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE The purpose of the Junior Classical League is to encourage an interest in and appreciation of the language, literature, and art of ancient Greece and Rome. It seeks to give young people some understanding of the debt of our own culture to that of classical antiquity. mT ' n H 2 ij p ; MTm 7 MU ' rv mV ’J Front row: Walls, Barnes, Faniola, Flarkleroad, Plagey, Jamison; Second row: Allison, Burja, Johnson, Flannag- an; Third row: Guinn, Vance, Craw- ford, Whitlow, Vance, Franklin; Fourth row: Klopfer, Phetteplace, Outland, Hagan, Culp; Fifth row: Fan- ning, Harris, Carrier, McCarty, Jessee. 188 Officers: First row: Hale, Anderson, Hagey; Second row: Klopfer, Phetteplace, Wherry; Third row: Burleson, Gillen- water, McVeigh, Booher; Fourth row: Van Kiser, Harr, Culp. Front row: Wyatt, Anderson, Bibee, Shipley; Second row: White, Poole, Vires, Harkleroad, Nitti; Third row: Austin, Kegley, Booher, Jones; Fourth row: Fisher, Herron, Reynolds, Thomas, Jones; Fifth row: Vance, Whitlow, Spaulding, DeFriece; Sixth row: Baker, Hos- kins, White, Tarrett, Hickam, Matteson, Can- ada. First row: Lane, McVeigh, Stewart, Pardue, Watson, Lily; Second row: Hale, O’Dell, Riley, White, Dugan; Third row: Carter, Wilson, Poet, Trainham, Sykes, Beckner, Crowd; Fourth row: Hicks, Woods, Drake, Wherry, Tate; Fifth row: Bunch, Sluter, Conerly, Price, Turner, Hogan. 189 Officer, Front row: Brewer, Kirksey; Second row: Anderson, Dougherty, Myers; Third row: Davidson, Hillyer, Pierce, Beverly. JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE The Tennessee High Chapter of the National Junior Classical League provides members with creative, educational, and entertaining activities which broaden the Students’ concept of Latin. Members are enabled to see classical culture related to their own in a variety of ways. Front row: Bailey, Brinkley, Erwin, Glover, Smith; Second row: Mumpower, Ford, Fanning, Jackson, Bailey; Third row: Kirksey, Hyde, Heninger, Love; Fourth row: Smith, Bushore, Dixon, Hale, Ragan; Fifth row: Felty, Duff, Forgey, Nidiffer, Liverman, Smith. 190 Front row: Moore, Beckner, Hilyer, White, Dougherty; Second row: Webb, Worley, White, Pierce, DeVault, David- son, Calhoun; Third row: Carrier, Cald- well, Hardwick, Love, Calhoun; Fourth row: Kirksey, Thompson, Winship, Wil- liams; Fifth row: Brewer, Booher, Mal- colm, Harting; Sixth row: Davis Wamp- ler, Duff, Cathey, Smith. Front row: VanGelder, Green, Allen, Hoover; Second row: Rotenberry, Anderson, Moore, Smelser; Third row: Counts, Moyers, Beverly, Myers, Reynolds; Fourth row: Allen, Casteel, Conner, Woods; Fifth row: Davenport, Neal, Richmond, Van- noy; Sixth row: White, Johnson, Ashley, Puckett, Millard. Front row: Parker, Martin, Burns, Hensley, Neal, Mea; Second row: Senter, Woods, Roberts, Kilgore, Shanks, Gil- lenwater; Third row: Depew, Ford, Carl- son, Pierce, Davenport; Fourth row: Ash, Saul, Blackford, Patty, Blevins, Jones; Fifth row: Ault, Harr, Evans, Beeler; Sixth row: Thayor, Williamson, Hunigan, Abbott, Caldwell, Shankel. 191 First Row: Goines, Spangler, Flartsock, Turner, Burns, Holt, Logan. Second Row: Semones, Moore, Carruthers, Bray, Ingle, McMillian. T and I CLUB The Tool and Industry Club is composed of Diver- sified Occupation Students. Its purpose is to prepare its members for careers in industry. Sponsor — Mr. Kistner Officers: President, Brenda Turner; Reporter, Betty Hartsock; Vice President, Charles Logan; Reporter, Steve Carruthers; Secretary-Treasurer, David Bray. TENNESSEE HIGH CHORUS The Tennessee High Chorus consists of more than eighty voices. Under the direction of Mr. Howard Nicar the chorus has presented Christmas programs at Tennessee Avenue Baptist Church, First Presbyterian Church, Rosemont Presbyterian Church, Vance Junior High, the Kiwanis Club, and at its own Christmas concert. These programs were the result of many long hours of work. Its main project for the year was the presentation of Gilbert and Sullivan’s operetta Patience in the Spring. They also participated in the Spring Festival. Officers: Cook, President; Graybeal, Vice President; Nidiffer, Secretary; J. Smith, Jane Hart, Pianist Treasurer. 193 Front Row: Barrett, Sieber, Leonard, Glispie, Woods. Second Row: Stephenson, Massengill, Dunham, Burns, Kilgore. Third Row: Horne, Tissot, Shoun, Story, Lee. Back Row: Whitlow, Shinn, Kloss, O’Dell, Murphy, Countiss. ALTOS BASSES Front Row: Bricker, Mazzei, Comerford, McReynolds. Second Row: Delaney, Jones, Graybeal, Stidham, Abercrombie. Third Row: Outland, Barker, Royston, T. Jones. Back Row: Keller, Thomas, Day, McDaniel, Booher, Anderson. 194 Front Row: Richmond, Overbay, Ross, Bowman. Second Row: Rogers, Mclnturff, Arrants, Crosswhite, Bays. Third Row: Marston, Gose, Large, Blevins. Back Row: Francis, Gufly, Cook, J. Smith. TENORS SOPRANOS Front Row: Christian, Venable, Robinette, Weaver, Monroe. Second Row: Mullins, Anderson, Kennedy, Harr, Rogers, McCurdy. Third Row: Kassam, Bailey, Long, Bourne, Vance, Alderson, Nidiffer. Back Row: Swift, Bowie, Day, Moore, Street, Beckham, Tickel. 195 TENNESSEE HIGH One of the prime objectives of the band is promotion of music and its apprecia- tion. Each year it serves the school and community by insuring good public relations. 196 TENNESSEE’S VIKING BAND The band develops individual responsibility and a very high moral character among its members. The band hopes to attain self-discipline among every member of the organization. BEST 197 Officers: Seated: Smith, President; Kloss, Sec- retary; Cowan, Vice-President; Ross, Treasurer. Standing: Pettigrew, Freshman Rep.; Oxford, Drum Major; Countiss, Head Majorette; Thomp- son, Sophomore Rep.; Bays, Junior Rep. Band activities include participation in the South- eastern Band Festival, U.T. (State) Band Festival, Christ- mas Concert, Clinics and Contests, Spring Concert, playing for football and basketball games and parades, Band Banquet, and summer band camp. Majorettes: Front row: Mumpower, Christian, Swiney. Second row: Hamilton, Countiss, Saul. 198 Drum Major — Brantley Oxford Front row: Boggs, Carrier, Price, Leonard, Tretler, Harkle- road. Second row: Chapman, Wallace, Defriece, Bays, Whit- low, Cass. Smith, Doan, Booher, Ross, Bowman, Pippin, Spalding, Diggs. Front row:. Third row:f lucher. Second row: Preston, Hatcher. irla Briscoe. Fourth row: Thomas. Front row: Myers, Dalton, Cannon, Stone. Second row: Heron, Gra- ham, Lee, Van Gelder. 199 Front row: Hobbs, Goodman. Second row: Royston, Petti- grew, Kimberlin, Day. Front row: Cowan, Boynton, Morris, Hardwick. Second row: Bundy, Wilhoit. Front row: Austin, Saul, Woods, Vires, Graham, Reedy. Second row: Jones, King, Dunham, Poole, Thompson, Brewer, Horning, McVeigh. Third row: Jackson, Powers, Carrol, Bouton, Richardson, Winchell, Kloss, Hall, Minerick. 200 Front row: Drake, Tackett, Caldwell, Lambert, Williams, Wherry, Flannagan, Whitford. Second row: Presley, Booher, Harting, Stitt, Vance, Tilley, Irvin, Stine. McVeigh, Preston, Bachman, Defriece, Rees, Geiger, Minerick, Trivett. Front row: Canada, Sheffield, Smith, Owens, Tiller, Welch. Second row: Owens, Mclnturff, Jerret, Gray. 201 BETA CHI PHI t B ' - ' | Front Row: Allison, Doyle, Dugan, Faniola, L. Faniola, Love, King. Second Row: Preston, Garber, Leonard, Reinhardt, Harrington, Caldwell, Tate, Rutherford, Broyles. Back Row: jessee, Liverman, Crockett, Foster, Post, Fuller, Burroughs. The objectives of Beta Chi Phi are to increase the members’ knowledge of science, to learn to perfect their skills in science, to give service in their community and nation, to understand science in life, and to help carry out the program of Science Clubs of America. Officers: Marcy, Sergeant-at-Arms; Caldwell, Vice President; Love, Secretary-Treasurer; Post, President; Leonard, Chaplain; Mr. Maples, Sponsor. LAB WORK KEEPS AIDS BUSY Mike Baker cleans up after experiment. " Doc” Maples instructs helpers in finding chemicals. Dave Rutherford types a study sheet. 203 Officers: Phillips, Jones. Johnsor, Eller, Webb. . F T A The Revely Chapter of the Future Teachers of America proved to be of invaluable assistance to the school office by collecting absentee slips each period and by taking messages to teachers and students. Club members learned more about the teaching profession, the costs and requirements of schooling, and the rewards of teaching. 204 Front Row: Phillips, Jones, Johnson, Webb, Eller. Second Row: Smelser, Martin. Third Row: Hall, Dillard, Markwalter, Fraizer, Feathers. Back Row: Felty, Moore, Wagner, Flannigan, Makris, Ashby. Mrs. McLaney, Chess Miss Faust, Anchor Miss Kesner, Music Appreciation TEACHERS DONATE TIME TO CLUBS Mr. Bingham, Hi-Y Mr. Nicar, Hi-Y Mrs. Abbott, FTA 205 • ' 0 . r Jim Smith President Larry Kuhnert Vice President John Cowan Ben Tackett Jim Countiss Secretary Charles Horning Treasurer Ronnie Rogers Sergeant-at-Arms Tom Wagner JUNIOR CIVITAN Larry Blevins 206 Vic Stidham Butch Phetteplace Ed Bachman Joey Arrants Bob Wolfe Chaplain Tom Comerford Eddie Barker Rebecca Nidiffer Sweetheart Richard Hilton Tom Bowman Tom Belcher Larry Wyatt Ronald Thompson Bill Arnold Ben Cowan Joel Staton BUI Tiller Pat Flannagan 207 •yyiA-0- 4 tXc o u jig . 3 CLi k, 4 T . J . 4 a i o-u (X v- oL (XJ-c-G cl-c j UAJUL’ rvlk, 5 ' -O- W- u-T- Oo-a- j J £ C cuU-ao Vtau z_ gu Remember the V-T game? Class Night? We all do, and we shall always remember them. Each day this year brought us new and exciting events which we will never forget. Many of these memories were captured in the thousand words of a picture. And within the boundaries of the diary each of us can see those days of trial, responsibility, and gaiety. X) l 3 ahjdJLJ Coach Keller instructs Eddie Bricker in a football play. Our diary slarls U7iffi summertime passing Gfie days that were full of 3un everlasting. Hard work and determination makes a good foot- ball team. Viking Ckeerleaders set aside summer practice to join in a Sit of Sorseplay. pss U 211 Students talk over summer fun during study hall. f 3r estunen bad feared And seniors reme mbered, Confusion that eame Wiffi the start of September 212 Keller’s boys enjoy a late hour pep session. - :• ' ' : ' W October Ce aves turned to gold As summer was over , And witf i football preceding Came days of Oetober Jeannie Worley, Randy Outland, and Kathy Danial sell peanuts for Kiwanis Kids Day. Coach Keller and the referees take time out for a little discussion during the Kingsport game. Susan Tissot decorates the goalpostforaballgame. Alice Broome asks John Outland to share during the Sadie Hawkins activities. 213 5fie No r semen a 1 1 cried With great peals of glee. As we rolled once again 5o sure victory. Bathing Beauties, Eddie Barker, Joey Arrants, and of course, the all time winner, Tommy Belcher, put on a show for the student body. Hal Overbay gives a root for the team during the V-T pep session. The Bearcat who joined in the bonfire festivities certainly received a warm welcome. 214 Mr. Boretsky introduces Dr. Addkinson to speak for the last time as the Tennessee School Superintendent. Junior High cheerleaders talk over Tennessee High’s V-T pep session in which they cheered. 215 f r T -3 As days quickly passed was nice to remember, be fun that was Had 9n tbe month of November Hal Overby and Jacki Russell enjoy themselves during Thanksgiving. Nick Gray Beal and David Booher promenade down the aisle in a basketball pep session. f c To Decemh ex arrived With Christmas at best. And brought as a gift A long needed rest. Ole Saint Nick, Charlie Schlipf, asks Sandra Tickle for a Batmobile to cruise around in. Jim Butcher and Buddy Royston enjoy snow during December. Molly Davis and Kay Barrett exchange gifts at Christmas. The Chorus sings carols in the halls before Christmas holidays. 217 f 6W3 ' s tEtotrp mttk ‘dhe valentines And hearts aglow , Meant time for gi So pay the tow. Jim Buchanan collects penny votes for Twirp King and Queen. Linda Stivers pays for her date during movie night. 218 - ' Ar 1 Finally the awaited moment arrives. King and Queen: John Todd and Susan Tissot. First and second runner up: Powell Moore and Lynn Burleson. A fine choice! 219 the spring, a young man s fancy. . . Jimmy Curtis and Cathy Massengill Johnny Cline and Karen Mullins Jackie Poore and Sally Price 220 Nick Graybeal and Pam Lawrence 221 Bob Wolfe seems to be enjoying the warm weather in a most peculiar kind of way!? Spring brought the months unit ended our year. With mo stly a smile And sometimes a fear. Spring fever attacks Tom Makres as he makes a dashing escape out the window. Freshmen take advantage of Spring during their lunch break. Professional football player, Bill Wade, speaks on behalf of the 1967 Preaching Mission. 222 sj. 1 MMm yiUlQ. 3 m 3 jlaj U£dJly J — « y v h A £wt U ' avv 3oiMyUu 3 d£sU 3 tilUiAUMjJi Ad UaMf dtJ- J l 3 b 333 33rui 3 C iT i 3 £(zJu 3 QaJlM- -k 33 rfooji i Ub OfrrKJ A zlcJ -b xte€ - jhe har d dull bitterness of txme foy . -, Has covered less than threat, A memory within our minds yfa uio Unable to forget. 9n the shadows of the snow fall 3arewell to another year, l Ve cherish the friendship in our hearts Of tho se we hold so dear. 223 BRISTOL DRUG ' $m -Y 1 J ' LcJma- y -A. v-O j) -w-M o jj o-AJL. JKL k . v-ol vv- - yv v -uj J . G L " Enterprise £c ' ' Cy -(L y-V-vJL Everyone realizes the important role merchants play in everyday life. Throughout the year students patronize local establishments. This year, as in the past, these merchants have shown their appreciation through ad- vertising in the CADMEA. 225 Pizza inn Volunteer Parkway — Bristol Enjoy the Country’s Best Fresh Baked Pizza at Bristol’s Fabulous Pizza Inn Open 4 P.M. - 1 1 P.M. Monday 1 1 A.M. - 1 1 P.M. Tuesday -Thursday 1 1 A.M. - 1 2 P.M. Friday- Sunday Call 968-3211 For Fast Carry-out Service r — TSj ■ m f n Mozzarella Cheese 85-1.05-1.65 Onion 95-1.35-1.85 Green Olive 95-1.35-1.85 Black Olive 95-1.35-1.95 Green Pepper 95-1.35-1.85 Mushroom 1.05-1.45-2.25 Pepperoni 1.05-1.45-2.20 Hamburger 1.05-1.45-2.20 Sausage 1.05-1.45-2.20 Hot Jalapeno 1.05-1.45-2.20 Anchovy 1.05-1.45-2.20 Vi Cheese, Vi Sausage ... .95-1.30-1.95 Vi Cheese, Vi Hamburger 95-1.30-1.95 Pizza Inn Special 1.35-1.70-2.75 Hamburger Chopped Onions .... 1.15-1.55-2.40 Pepperoni Mushrooms 1.15-1.55-2.40 Sausage Mushrooms ... 1.15-1.55-2.40 Mushrooms, Olives Spaghetti Dinner 1.45 Italian Salad 50 Grecian Salad large 95 Grecian Salad small 55 Jimmy Countiss, Alice Broome, Amy Bowie, and Jimmy Butcher enjoy a pizza after the movie. 226 SOUTHSIDE BEAUTY CENTER Bill Alden styles Cathy Massengill’s hair. Harvey Jones gets his car serviced at THOMPSON’S ESSO SERVICE CENTER 101 Bluff City Hwy. Bristol, Tennessee Jim Buchanan looks for a new sweater at REMINE GOBBLE Bristol’s Smartest Men’s Store BLUE CIRCLE 333 Bluff City Hwy. West State Street 227 BULLOCK’S DRUG STORE Lee Garden Shopping Center 669-3136 Bristol, Virginia Free Delivery BRISTOL HARDWARE CORP. HOLSTON HARDWARE CO. H. R. BIBEE CO. BLOUNTVILLE HARDWARE AND GROCERY CO. Russ Richards shops for a ring at Zale’s. ZALE’S JEWELERS America’s Largest Jeweler 5 24 State St. 228 . ' A; ' ;:;: ' - ' Bristol SULLINS COLLEGE 1870-1967 Virginia A TWO-YEAR LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE FOR WOMEN NON- PROFIT, NON-DENOMINATIONAL CONTROLLED BY ITS ALUMNAE. SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE TO BRISTOL DAY STUDENTS. Sullins offers three types of Junior College Degrees: Associates in Arts, Fine Arts, and Applied Science. Most of its students are enrolled in strong foundation programs with a view to continuing that work in university for the baccalaureate degree. 229 You can always get a better deal at PETE MOORE’S your electrical appliance service Kingsport Knoxville Pulaski Staunton Washington, D.C. Valencia, Venezuela Roanoke FOREMOST DAIRIES 113 Moore St. Bristol Virginia 1109 West State St. Bristol, Virginia 669-5161 EASLEY INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Twin City Federal Building Bristol, Tennessee- Virginia Phone 764-21 1 2 230 764-4621 231 FASHION SHOP Betty Brinkley tries on a coat at the Fashion Shop. REMINE - NUCKOLLS 12-14 Sixth Street Bristol, Tennessee 764-7451 1 Tom Comerford looks for new clothes. 232 S.K.M. AGENCY A. Kyle Morison Shelby and Sixth 764-4154 Bristol, Tennessee Frank McVeigh talks over a policy at S.K.M. PHILLIPS W 00D GARDEN CENTER, INC. Complete Landscaping, Designing, And Maintenance Service TIPTON CONSTRUCTION CO. Cedar Valley Road P.O. Box 3188 Robert E. Wherry Bristol Tennessee 235 Sandy Beckham looks for furniture. HAYES AND REYNOLDS " The Country Store That Saves You More.” 764-4171 Highway 421 FIRST NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK OF BRISTOL 3 Offices: Lee Highway Downtown West State Street Bristol Tennessee Virginia ROBERT C. BOSWELL " Your protection is our business.” 5 1 Piedmont Street Bristol Virginia 669-5131 236 Doug Williams is in good hands at — JELLICO TOBACCO CO. 1709 Southside Avenue Bristol, Tennessee candies school supplies lilly cups paper fountain supplies sundries 237 KING CO LL EGE Bristol, Tennessee 1 1 S£ H ff Let us help you with your college plans outheastern usic " Serving Your Musical Needs Completely” Music for Piano, Organ and Voice Radios and Phonographs Records Shirley Street tries something new. Corner State Piedmont Bristol, Virginia Band Instruments and Accessories SECURITY LIFE AND TRUST COMPANY " Face The Future With Security” Ken Messerole 764-4431 764-1981 Professional Bristol Building Tennessee BUSINESS EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC. OLYMPIA ELECTRIC, STANDARD PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS ADDO-X ADDING MACHINES GESTETNER DITTO DUPLICATING MACHINES SALES - SERVICE - SUPPLIES BALL 506 State St. Bristol BROTHERS FURNITURE — open every Friday night till 9:00 — 143 Broad St. Kingsport Janet Robinson examines a lovely bedroom display. 239 Malcolms Meat Service Wholesale Meats— Sea Foods —Poultry— Portion Control— BIFF - BURGER Self-service Drive-in Bluff City Highway Lavinder Lane Marilyn Emmert gets a good meal at — « MILLER’S FLORIST 1511 West State St. Bristol Tennessee Carol McCary admires the beauti- ful flowers. GRAHAM SCHOOL PICTURES, INC. Corner Edgemont and Duncan Bristol, Tennessee Jo Leslie admires the senior portraits done at Graham School Pictures. 241 Rocky Martin tanks up at — EDGEMONT TEXACO COMPANY Bristol Tennessee 764-7832 SMITH-CRUMP- WILKERSON NSURANCE AGENCY Home Life Automobile Hospital 12 Bank Street 764-4191 BRISTOL COMMERCIAL COLLEGE established 1895 Mrs. Mary Ellis Wright, Executive Director Stenographic Secretarial Executive Secretarial Professional Secretarial King Building 8 y 2 Fifth Street Bristol, Tenn. SPECIALIZED BUSINESS EDUCATION COURSES Junior Accounting Day and Night Classes Clerical and Receptionist IBM Card Punch Training Member of United Business College Association Southeastern Business College Association Tennessee Business College Association National Office Management Association Bristol Chamber of Commerce Certified by Tennessee State Board for Private Business Schools Approved for Veteran’s Education Under Public Laws 550 and 894 Tennessee and Virginia Rehabilitation Education Telepho ne 968-1442 242 f ill ? f l -a % - P tf) | i 3 v £ -9 $ a MONROEj H CALCULATI COMPANY Valley Dr| r 0 669-2552 CAPITOL INSULATION SERVICE 715 Bluff City Hwy. Bristol Tennessee COURTEOUS EFFICIENT and PROMPT SERVICE Accuracy assured in filling pre- scriptions. Everything exactly as your doctor ordered. Toilet articles, perfumes, rubber goods BRADLEY’S DRUG STORE Dial 669-4143 Bristol 18 Moore St. Virginia 243 V I ' CK QUIK - KLEEN 4 4 COIN-LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANING East Pennsylvania Avenue West Midway and Gate City Highway " SAVE MONEY ON YOUR NEXT DRY CLEANING” 244 Enterprise Enterprise-Black Diamond corporation Black Diamond B R I STOL, VIRGINIA PIEDMONT LAUNDRY 309 Piedmont Street Bristol, Virginia 669-3332 Kathy Buckles picks up her clothes at — ROADSIDE MARKET 1817 West State Street Bristol, Virginia 669-1942 Randy Outland makes a purchase at the Roadside Market. 245 PET MILK CO. DAIRY DIVISION JUST BE SURE IT’S PET - YOU BET! PAUL COOK FUNERAL HOME 101 Pennsyl vania Avenue 764-6131 Bristol Tennessee DOAK PRINTING CO. Commercial Printers Engravers Agent 804 Anderson St. Bristol, Tennessee 246 BENNETT AND EDWARDS Complete Insurance and Real Estate Service ample parking " Twin City Federal SAVINGS AXD IOAX ASSOCIATION OI- BRISTOL 4TH AND STAT E BRISTOL, TEXXESSEE BRISTOL TENNESSEE ELECTRIC SYSTEM Bristol Tennessee In addition to providing low cost electricity for general use, we are now offering — INSURED SAVINGS HOME LOANS AUTOMATimY SMIROM SUBURBAN EIGHTS pm ' Mie SAFETY -CONVENIENCE at LOW COST 247 « Finer Foods and Variety Shop 764-2181 900 Fifth Bristol, Street Tennessee " Heavenly Foods at Earthly Prices” Tom Makres is assisted at — BRISTOL BUSINESS SERVICE 15 Fifth Street 764-2833 house of " t Pianos w Your Home Entertainment Center for PIANOS - ORGANS - STEREOS - TELEVISIONS ■ RECORDS A a P SHOPPING CENTER VOLUNTEER PARKWAY PHONF 968-99S1 BRISTOL CABLE TELEVISION West State Street Bristol Tennessee 248 Leigh Neal tries out a piano at — BURGERTOWN U.S.A Chicken Licken at its Best Chicken Burgers Dogs Fries Shakes West State Street East Main Street Bristol, Virginia Abingdon, Virginia Yellow pages prove helpful to Sandy Beckham. YES! EVEN THE STUDENTS USE THEM. Your Yellow Pages contain information classified in alphabetical order. 249 AKARD FUNERAL HOME West State Street — 7645112 David W. Akard — President Bristol, Tennessee — Virginia Completely Air-Conditioned Bristol’s Newest and Modern Funeral Home Private Family Room — Hammond Organ Private Chapel — Eight Private Slumber Rooms Personal Service We invite your inspection " A Funeral Home That Is a Garden Setting” 250 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STILT IVAN COUNTY 500 State Street Bristol, Tennessee YELLOW COACH LINES INC. Charter a Bus and Keep your party together Frigidaire Sales and Service EAST TENNESSEE APPLIANCE CO. Refrigerators — Electric Ranges — Automatic Washers — Food Freezers — Dishwashers — Built-in Wall Ovens Air Conditioners 415 Sycamore Bristol, Virginia 669-4841 24 Fourth Street 764-5164 251 Jim Horne enjoys himself at — COBB’S COUNTRY RESTAURANT AND GIFT SHOP Volunteer Bristol, Pkwy. Tennessee D.B. RYLAND AND COMPANY, INC. Jewelers 5 31 State St. Bristol, Virginia Sandy Davis looks for china. Ruth Clark looks lovely at Carmen’s. CARMEN’S DRESS SHOP Southside Shopping Center DAVIS SANDWICH CO. " Always Fresh — Always Delicious” Delivered Fresh Daily 764-3922 764-7043 252 E. Sharp’s BRISTOL LINCOLN-MERCURY INC. Parts Sales and Service Everette Sharp tells Bill Booher to get a good job — get a good education. SAVE WITH A PURPOSE Daily Dividend SAVINGS ACCOUNTS First Federal SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. of Bristol IIO PIEDMONT ST. □ BRISTOL. V A. 4Wo Extra Dividend SAVINGS ACCOUNT m HOME LOANS, TOO! Craig Caldwell banks at First Federal 253 Standard Typewriters Adding Machines Tennessee 254 SEVIER’S LAUNDRY WESTBURY FASHIONS " Friend of the Family Since 1899 Coronet Drive 669-4176 BOB’S DRUGS Southside Shopping Center Sandy Alison shops at Piggly Wiggly PIGGLY WIGGLY Edgemont Avenue Euclio Avenue Bristol, Tennessee Bristol, Virginia 255 BUNTING’S DRUG STORE BRISTOL BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. 420 State Street Bristol Tennessee " Bristol’s Leading Drug Store” " The Home of Quality Service and Low Prices.” 220 Lee Street Bristol, Virginia 669-4184 BRISTOL STEEL AND IRON WORKS, INC. Bristol Virginia TWIN CITY AUTO PARTS 920 Shelby Street Bristol Tennessee 764-4134 236 J M WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS, INC. Savings for you 16-20 Commonwealth Avenue 669-4833 Bristol, Virginia Bristol ALL MERCHANDISE IS FIRST QUALITY— THE LATEST MODELS AVAILABLE-NO MANUFACTURER’S DISCONTINUED MODELS OR CLOSEOUTS. 257 HOUSE OF ROSSOFF CUSTOM DRAPERIES Fabric Fair " First For Fashion Fabrics” Your Bristol Area Headquarters For Fine Fabrics and For Knitting Yarns and Accessories 30 Moore St. Bristol, Virginia 669-7521 HULSEY FLOOR SERVICE 2005 West State Street Bristol, Virginia PUTT - PUTT Bluff City Hwy. Bristol, Tennessee 258 Doug Hardwick goes for a Hole-In-One. MILLARD INSURANCE AGENCY CALDWELL BUILDING PHONE 764-5051 P.O.BOX 315 BRISTOL, TENN.-VA. 37621 " MUTUAL AGENTS OFFER MORE” T BODY WORKS 7 PIERCE STREET PHONE 669-8841 BRISTOL, VIRGINIA MEL-O-DEE ICE CREAM FRANKLIN SAVINGS AND LOAN CORPORATION 29 Sixth Street Bristol, Tennessee 764-2161 259 EDMONDS BROTHERS SUPPLY COMPANY AuJ ' J OcSyx 4 Lr , i, Z ' Jw. w U % 7 yj ru ymwd s aWL TZiayto . pnrif Serving the Bristol area for many years, Edmonds Brothers has maintained its high standards of quality and service at a low price. ao a- ojM clo MU ■ 7% y 3 5- yiu icA Bluff City Highway Bristol, Tennessee 260 Sill (Jungs CLOTHIERS Complete Men’s Wear Ladies’ Sports Wear GURLEY’S HOMESTEAD HOUSE Volunteer Bristol Parkway Tennessee PATY LUMBER COMPANY, INC. BRISTOL OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 941-943 State and Newton Street 669-6121 669-5108 Bristol, Tennessee-Virginia " Buy At Wholesale Prices” 669-6511 Bristol Tennessee-Virginia Office Supplies-Machines-Equipment Danny Cathey is shown a typewriter at Bristol office supply. 261 fW. v o 8 ■. “ i ' u u . " v p l ' t ' ' BACON SAUSAGE WIENERS BLUFF CITY M ILL S 262 Beth Buchanan uses flour made at . . . MOORE - EARHART COMPANY 647 State St. Bristol, Virginia Harness, Saddles, Luggage and Athletic Goods HENLEY GILLESPIE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 669-7622 Bristol Virginia FULLER BUS LINES 225 Piedmont Avenue 669-5522 263 " The Perfect” POTATO CHIPS KEMBLE - COCHRAN CO. Established 1907 CLARK RADIO SUPPLY Book Sellers, Stationers, Engravers, and Office Outfitters Everything in Radio And Parts 264 Bristol Virginia Tennessee Broad Street Bristol, Tennessee HATCHER’S Edgemont and Garland Avenues Bristol Tennessee Martha Heaton is pleased with her clothes from Hatcher’s. 265 RANGE WHOLESALE MEAT COMPANY 1133 McNeil Street Bristol, Virginia " Meats Cut To Order” 669-6184 266 IMPERIAL READING CORPORATION Formerly BIG JACK MANUFACTURING CORPORATION SERVICE APPLIANCE COMPANY Westinghouse Distributor Appliances-T elevisions Radios " You can be sure if STRONG ROBINETTE BAG COMPANY Weaver Pike Bristol, Tennessee THE RECORD SHOP 63 Commonwealth Avenue Bristol, Virginia 669-6344 It’s Westinghouse.” 267 TRI-STATE DISCOUNT STORES WALLACE OLDSMOBILE 320 Volunteer Parkway Bristol, Tennessee 764-1145 Larry Kuhnert looks at a new Oldsmobile at Wallace. 68 RALPH’S WASHMOBILE V. F. W. Bristol Tennessee Newton and Bristol Douglass Streets Virginia Lynn Francis cleans his car at — PETER PAN PASTRY SHOPPE, INC. Home Owned Your Specialty Bake Shop 669-8171 507 Cum berland Bristol Virginia Cathy DiNicolangelo buys her pastries at — STATES MOTORS 143 Blountville Bristol, Highway Tennessee Danny D orton looks for a new car at States Motors. 269 Refreshing remembrance BRISTOL DRUG CORP. " PRESCRIPTIONS SPECIALISTS " Candy-Drugs-Cosmetics 633 State Street Bristol, Virginia 669-1031 270 BOUTI GgJW " LATEST IN HAIR STYLING” Parkway Plaza Bristol Tennessee 968-3733 CLARK and PALIN DRUGS Bill Dunn makes a purchase at Clark and Palin. 1736 Edgemont Avenue 764-4136 271 INDEX SENIORS A Alderson, Jane— 33, 38, 69, 170, 171, 195 Allison, Sandra — 38, 174, 255 Anderson, Peter — 36, 37, 38, 56, 62, 63, 164, 166, 194 Anderson, Tawny — 38, 159, 174, 175, 187,195 Arnold, Bill— 36, 37, 38, 206 Arnold, Stanley — 29, 38, 55, 164 Arnold, Wanda — 38, 163 Arrants, Joseph — 38, 195, 206, 214, 270 B Barker, Danny — 38 Barker, Eddie— 27, 38, 174, 175, 194,206,214 Beckham, Sandra — 38, 57, 60, 168, 169, 195, 236, 249 Belcher, Tommy— 38, 206, 214 Belew, Sam — 39, 63, 179 Bell, Constance — 39 Benning, Russ — 39, 158 Beverly, Pat — 39, 182 Blevins, Alice— 39 Blevins, Hubert — 39, 179 Blevins, Larry — 39, 206 Blevins, Philip — 10, 39, 195 Boling, Judy — 39 Bolling, Kim— 39, 170, 171 Booher, Bill— 39, 63, 154, 179, 194, 201,253 Booher, David— 11, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 39, 170, 171, 178, 216 Booher, Nile — 39 Bourne, Cheryl — 39, 195 Bowery, Mary— 39, 176, 180, 181, 187 Bowie, Amy— 39, 45, 160, 161, 195, 226 Bowman, Donald — 40 Bowman, Tommy — 40, 195, 199, 206 Boyd, Beth— 40, 160, 178 Broome, Alice — 40, 45, 160, 213, 226 Brown, Richard — 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 29, 40, 70, 164 Broyles, Gary — 40, 202, 203, 227 Buchanan, Jim — 40, 51, 162, 154, 164, 187, 218, 227 Buckles, Kathy— 40, 67, 158, 176, 186, 245 Burns, Ann — 40, 172, 194 Burns, Mary Lou — 40, 192 Butcher, James — 12, 27, 40, 62, 63, 164, 166, 217, 226 Butler, Lee— 40, 179 C Caldwell, Craig — 40, 63, 67, 202, 203, 25 3 272 Carruthers, Steve— 41, 192 Cathey, Danny — 41, 170, 171, 261 Clark, Ruth — 41, 56, 172, 25 2 Comerford, Tom — 41, 63, 194, 206, 232 Cook, Danny — 14, 41, 57, 60, 65, 160, 164, 165, 166, 193, 195 Countiss, Jimmy — 18, 19, 21, 22, 26, 41, 206, 226 Countiss, Leslie — 41, 62, 66, 172, 194, 198 Cowan, Ben — 41, 187, 206 Cowan, John — 41, 198, 200, 206 Cowan, Bill — 41, 184 Culbertson, Carolyn — 41, 176 D Dalton, Betty — 41, 157, 160, 199 Davis, Gary — 42 Davis, Sandra — 42, 48, 174, 25 2 Day, Janie — 42, 176, 195 DeVault, Lynn — 42, 172 Doan, Bill— 42, 182, 199 Dunn, William — 42, 184, 187 Dunn, Mitzi— 42, 168, 169 E Eller, Susan — 42, 204, 205 Emmert, Marilyn — 42, 169, 180, 181, 240 Epperson, Linda — 42 Erwin, Garry — 43, 182 F Felty, Alvin — 43 Felty, Pat— 42, 43, 56, 172 Fields, Ricky — 43 Fox, Bryan— 43, 179 Francis, Lynn— 42, 43, 56, 63, 69, 158, 195, 269 Frymyer, Peggy— 43, 160 G Gilbert, Ronnie — 29, 43, 51 Goins, Paul— 192 Gose, Bob — 43, 63, 184, 195 Gray, Mike — 43 Graybeal, Nick — 18, 21, 22, 27, 43, 50, 55, 57, 59, 71, 157, 170, 171, 172, 173, 193, 194, 216, 221 Grayson, Beth — 43, 44, 160 H Hall, Diane-43, 180, 181, 200, 204, 205 Hamilton, Mary — 43, 172, 187, 198 INDEX Harden, Janice — 43 Harr, Linda-42, 43, 56, 71, 157, 159, 172, 195 Heaton, Martha — 44, 176, 265 Henninger, Debbie — 42, 44, 172 Harrington, Delmar— 12, 14, 44 Hilton, Richard — 44, 71, 154, 206 Hoebeke, Gail — 44, 172, 173 Horne, Jimmy — 44, 25 2 Horne, Judy — 44, 172, 194 Hughes, Sandra — 44, 176 Hughlett, Susan— 44, 59, 70, 157, 172, 173 Hyder, Jack — 44, 184, 203 J Jones, Barbara — 44, 204, 205 Jones, Harvey — 44, 59, 206, 227 Jones, Tom— 42, 45, 56, 62, 63, 194 Jordon, Jim — 45 K Keesee, Jack — 45 Kelchner, Charles — 45 Keller, John— 14, 15, 16, 17, 45, 55, 57, 61, 69, 170, 171, 194 Kennedy, Nancy — 45, 168, 169, 180, 181,195 King, Leland — 203 Kloss, Mary— 45, 172, 194, 198, 200 Kuhnert, Larry — 45, 62, 63, 206, 268 L Large, Danny— 13, 17, 36, 37, 45, 56, 62, 63, 155, 164, 165, 168, 195 Lawrence, Pam — 41, 45, 172, 221 Leab, Carl — 27, 45 Leonard, Linda — 45, 59, 187, 194 Leonard, Patty — 46, 169 Leslie, Jo— 46, 66, 154, 172, 173, 241 Liverman, Ruth — 46, 176 Logan, Charles — 46, 192 Long, Eddie— 29 , 46, 164, 165, 219 Love, Tommy — 46, 202, 203 Lowe, Hal— 46 Lyda, Eddie — 46 M Makres, Tom— 27, 46, 57, 61, 67, 156, 170, 171, 222, 248 Markwalter, Linda— 46 Martin, Rocky— 15, 46, 59, 242 Massengill, Cathy— 46, 57, 60, 158, 172, 194,220, 227 Maxfield, John — 46 Mazzei, Bobby — 46, 194 McCarty, Garry — 47 McCary, Phyllis — 47, 160 McDaniel, Thomas — 18, 20, 47, 170, 171,194 Mclnturff, Carl — 47, 62, 195 McMillian, Frank — 11, 47 McMillian, Harold — 47, 192 McReynolds, Wayne — 27, 47, 55, 170, 171,194 McVeigh, Frank — 47, 62, 63, 154, 183, 184, 201, 235 Meek, Bobby— 10, 47, 170, 171 Menerick, Jimmy — 47, 200 Miller, Barbara — 47, 172 Moore, Glenn — 47, 192 Moore, Mary — 48, 176 Moore, Ronnie — 48 Morris, David — 48 Morrison, Jim — 48, 71, 164, 227 Morton, Cathy — 48, 163 Mullins, Karen — 48, 56, 160, 195 Murphy, Jane— 48, 194 Musick, Mary — 48 N Newman, Carol — 48, 187 Nidiffer, Rebecca-32, 36, 37, 48, 56, 64, 70, 154, 193, 195, 206 Nidiffer, Rodney— 48 Nobles, Betty— 48 0 O’Dell, Judy — 49, 163, 194 O’Dell, Paul-49 O’Dell, William — 49, 184 Oliver, Betty — 49 Olson, Judy — 49 Olson, Eric — 49 Outland, Randy — 30, 31, 49, 55, 62, 68, 164, 165, 194, 213, 245 Overbay, Hal — 49, 184, 195, 214, 216 Owen, Danny — 49, 201 Oxford, Brandy — 49, 60, 68, 164, 165, 198 P Perrin, Jimmy — 49 Phillips, Carolyn — 49 Phillips, Darrell — 50 Post, Richard — 50, 202, 203 Price, Sally— 50, 160, 200, 220 Pulliam, Tommy — 50 R Rasnick, Ronnie — 50, 176 273 INDEX Ratcliff, Roy— 50 Rhea, Debra — 50 Richards, Russ— 30, 31, 50, 57, 58, 64, 154, 164, 165, 166, 228 Richardson, Mack— 50, 159, 170, 171, 187, 200 Richmond, Earl — 50, 195 Riley, Brenda — 51, 163 Riner, Betty — 51, 163 Robertson, Brenda — 33, 45, 51, 57, 61, 68, 164. 165, 178, 187 Robinette, Gail— 51, 174, 195 Robinson, Janet — 51, 155, 160, 239 Roca, Landy— 15, 51, 55, 183, 184 Rogers, Kathy— 36, 37, 51, 67, 173, 187 Rogers, Pat— 51, 69, 195 Rogers, Ronnie — 51, 206 Ross, Danny— 51, 164, 166, 195, 198, 199, 221 Royston, Larry— 1 1, 13, 17, 47, 51, 55, 62, 63, 164, 165, 194, 217 Rutherford, Judy — 32, 51, 57, 59, 70, 183, 184 S Saul, Linda— 51, 70, 172, 198, 219 Schlipf, Charles — 51, 186, 217 Scott, Warren — 5 2 Semones, Jim — 27, 52, 192 Settle, Wanda — 5 2, 176 Sheffield, Harold — 5 2, 201 Shelton, Berman — 5 2, 185 Shoun, Linda — 52, 56, 178, 194 Shoun, Pat— 52, 169, 172, 181 Sieber, Joann— 52, 70, 154, 172, 194 Silcox, Donald — 5 3 Sitgreaves, Bob — 12, 5 3 Slagle, Helen — 5 3 Smith, Charlice — 5 3 Smith, Jimmy — 53, 66, 193, 195, 198, 199, 206 Sotzing, Robert — 5 3 Spangler, William — 5 3, 192 Stephenson, Pat— 5 3, 160, 194 Steward, Barry — 14, 5 3 Story, Pat— 48, 5 3, 194 Street, Shirley— 5 3, 68, 172, 195, 239 Stumbaugh, Darlene — 5 3 T Talbert, Larry — 5 3 Tate, Frank— 28, 5 3, 202, 203 Texter, Penny — 32, 53, 57, 58, 65, 159, 214 Thompson, Mack — 5 3 Thompson, Gary — 54 Tickel, Sandra — 54, 158, 160, 161, 195, 217 Tissot, Susan— 33, 54, 57, 61, 65, 178, 194, 213, 219 274 Toon, Janice — 54, 174 Tranum, Phil — 54 Trivett, Sandra— 54, 174, 175 Trivette, Mark — 54, 201 Turner, Brenda — 54, 192 W Wagner, Tom— 54, 62, 66, 206 Walling, Frank— 54, 62, 170, 171 Weaver, Jackie— 54, 174, 175, 195 Whitlow, Susan— 54, 179, 194 Wilkerson, Linda— 48, 54, 71, 174, 175 Williams, Doug— 15, 29, 36, 37, 54, 65, 170, 171, 236 Willis, Eleanor— 54 Wilson, Carolyn — 54, 71 Wilson, Diane — 55, 174 Winchell, Marty— 10, 12, 15, 18, 21, 28, 29, 55, 170, 171 Wolfe, Bobby— 13, 27, 55, 206, 222 Wolfe, Charley— 11, 16, 17, 28, 29, 55 JUNIORS A Abercrombie, Phil — 82, 92, 99, 164, 194 Allison, Cheryl — 82, 169 Allison, Eddie — 82 Alston, Billy — 82 Anderson, Michael — 82 Anderson, Sammy— 82, 99 B Bailey, Anne— 82, 172, 190, 195 Baker, Berkley — 82, 18 3, 184 Baker, Mike— 16, 29, 82 Ball, Martha — 82 Barnes, Eddie— 12, 15, 80, 81, 82, 170, 171, 213 Barr, James — 82, 154, 177, 181 Barrett, Kay— 84, 154, 172, 194, 217 Bays, Mark— 84, 179, 195, 198, 199 Bibee, Ray — 84 Blevins, Sharon — 84, 163 Booher, Bobby — 84 Bordwine, Clyde — 84 Bowman, Pamela — 84 Bradley, Chuck — 84, 206 Bray, David — 84, 192 Brewer, Pat— 84, 161 Bricker, Eddie — 13, 84, 170, 171, 194 INDEX Bridgeman, Harold — 84 Bridgeman, Peggy — 84, 92 , 161 Brinkley, Betty-84, 88, 155, 174, 190, 232 Brooks, Susan — 84, 161 Brown, Jerry— 84, 179 Brown, Jimmy — 84 Bundy, Bill — 84, 200 Buckles, Marshall — 84 Burdett, Roselie— 84 Byington, Marie — 84 C Campbell, Denny— 84 Carrier, Patricia— 84, 169 Carter, Alma — 84, 99, 158, 172 Carter, Becky— 8 3, 84, 172 Cass, Stephen — 84, 186, 199 Cassell, David — 85 Chapman, Stanley — 85, 199 Christian, Carol — 82, 85, 168, 169, 195, 198 Clark, Cheryl— 85, 169 Collins, Johnny— 85 Combs, Randy— 85, 99 Cowan, Tad — 85, 186 Cox, Don — 85 Crabtree, James— 85 Crabtree, Lee — 85 Credle, Ellen-85, 98, 159, 172 Crockett, Ronnie — 85, 99, 157, 186, 203 Cross, Donny— 85 Crosswhite, Jerry — 85, 195 D Daniel, Kathy-80, 81, 85, 92, 157, 172, 213, 215 Davenport, Tom — 85, 96, 185, 186 Davidson, Janie — 85 Davis, Dean — 85, 191 Davis, Jean — 84, 85, 169, 186 Davis, Molly — 85, 97, 174, 175, 213, 217 Davis, Nancy— 85, 174 Day, Thomas— 85, 179, 194, 200 DeFriece, Mark — 85, 164, 166, 199, 201 Delaney, Tim — 85, 176, 177, 194 DiNicolangelo, Cathy-80, 81, 85, 95, 98, 172, 216, 269 Dishner, Margaret — 85 Dunham, Susan — 86, 177, 194, 200 E Edwards, Joan— 86 Elmore, Paul— 86 Erwin, Marsha— 86, 161, 190 F Faniola, Lester — 86, 202, 203 Feathers, Esther— 86, 163 Feathers, Kathy — 86, 205, 204 Felty, Allen — 86, 185 Felty, Pat — 86, 204, 205 Flannagan, Sally — 86, 204, 205 Ford, Glenda— 86, 177, 190 Foster, Kenneth — 86, 99, 202, 203 Franklin, Cecil — 44, 86, 1 30 Fuller, Dewey — 86, 202, 203 G Garber, John — 86, 202, 203 Garrett, Sandra — 86 Garten, Joe — 80, 81, 86, 98, 156, 170, 171, 258 Geiger, Susan — 86, 172, 201 Gillenwater, Betsy — 86, 221 Gillenwater, Ellen — 86 Glispie, Steve — 86 Glispie, Valerie — 86, 194 Glover, Cheryl— 84, 86, 190 Glover, Raymond — 86 Gollehorn, Early — 86 Grace, Cathy — 87, 174 Graham, Unice — 87 Green, John— 18, 19, 20, 22, 28, 87, 99, 170, 171, 186 Greene, Buddy — 87 Greenwell, Larry — 87 Grider, Vic— 87, 185 Guffey, David — 87, 195 H Hagey, Dianne — 87, 172 Hagy, Teresa— 87, 99, 169 Hall, Lynn — 87, 169, 186 Harrington, Mike — 87, 202, 203 Harrington, Sandee— 87, 159, 172, 186 Hart, Jane— 87, 174, 193 Harting, Don— 87, 183, 184, 191, 201 Hartsock, Becky — 87 Hartsock, Betty — 87, 192 Hayes, Paul— 11, 87 Heaton, Ronnie — 87 Henley, Jimmy — 87 Henson, Linda — 87, 92, 174 Hicks, Kenneth — 87 Hicks, Phoebie — 87 Hidalgo, Mike — 87 Hill, Bonnie— 86, 87, 172 Hoebeke, Susan— 83, 87, 99, 156, 172, 173 275 INDEX Holden, Jim — 87, 183, 184 Horning, Charles — 88 , 95, 154, 167, 200 , 206 Howard, Bobby — 88 , 184 Howell, Barbara — 88 Huff, Debbie — 88 , 168 , 169 Huffman, Sammie — 88 , 174 Hull, Leroy — 88 , 185 Hunigan, Claudia — 88 , 174 Hurt, Jim — 88 I Ingle, Jimmy — 88 , 192 J Jackson, Fred — 88 , 96 , 185 Jamison, Greg — 88 , 179, 181 Jessee, Eddie — 88 Jessee, Phyllis — 88 , 169 Johnson, James — 88 Johnson, Kay — 88 , 204, 205 Johnson, Marilyn — 88 , 99, 156 , 172 Jones, Albert — 88 , 194 Jones, James — 88 Jones, Peggy— 88 , 177 Jones, Sandra — 88 , 99, 172 Jones, Walter — 88 K Kassem, Susan— 88 , 176, 177, 186, 195 Kegley, Michael— 88 , 185 Kestner, John— 13, 88 , 96 Kilgore, Vickie — 80, 88 , 156 , 172, 186, 194 Kimberlin, Ronald — 88 , 179, 200 King, Donna — 88 , 177, 186 King, Karen — 86 , 88 !Kirk, Chuck TOAf 179, 199 Kiser, Beverly — 867 8 8, Kyle, Judi— 88 , 96 , 99, 219 L Lamie, Sharon — 89, 92 , 174 Lee, Kathy— 89, 1 61 , 194, 199 Legg, Steve— 80, 89, 96 , 164, 165, 167 Leonard, Brenda — 89 Leonard, David — 26, 89, 202 , 203 Levy, Farrell — 89, 179 Lisanby, Ruth — 86 , 1 6 1 Litton, Ricky— 89 Logan, Bill — 89 Long, Pat— 87, 89, 169, 195 Louis, Beverly — 89, 169 Lowe, Carol — 89 , 169 , 186 Lowe, Tommy — 89 , 186 276 M MacLeod, Meg — 89, 99, 154, 172 Marcy, Frank— 89, 202, 203 Marston, Robert — 89, 98, 195 Mauney, Bill— 15, 82, 89, 164, 166 McCary, Carol — 89, 163, 240 McCormack, Susan — 89 McCurdy, Bertha — 89, 195 McKee, Bruce— 89 McKenzie, Jane — 89, 98, 155 McNew, Tommy— 89 McReynold, Sandra — 89 Miles, Carolyn — 89 Millard, Emma Lou — 89, 159, 179 Miller, Judy— 89, 181 Mitchell, Dianne — 89, 169 Mitchell, Edith — 89, 1 6 1 Mitchell, Fred — 89 Monroe, Patsy— 89, 177, 195 Moore, Linda — 89, 96, 162, 195 Moore, Pat — 89, 169 Moore, Powell— 27, 80, 81, 90, 97, 98, 170, 171, 219, 221 Moore, Suzanne — 90 Morton, Mike— 18, 19, 20, 21, 90, 96 Morton, Susan — 90, 169, 186 Moyers, David — 90 Mullins, Linda— 90, 174 Mumpower, Linda — 90 Mutter, Bobby — 18, 90 N Nelson, Linda — 90, 159, 169 Nelson, Dick — 90 Neal, Henry — 90 Nickels, Brenda — 90 0 O’Dell, Sherry— 90, 176, 177 Odum, Paula — 90, 177 O’Neal, Jerry— 29, 90, 185 P Pacholski, Robert — 90 Peoples, Julia — 90, 169 Peter, Charles— 90 Phillips, Kathy— 97, 181, 204, 205 Phipps, Becky— 90, 163 Phipps, Carol — 90, 205 Phipps, Ronny — 90 Pierce, Gary — 90, 186 Powell, Charles — 90, 179 Powers, Aileen — 90 Presley, N.D.— 90, 164, 166 INDEX Preston, Jim — 158, 201, 202, 203 Price, Pam — 90 R Rainey, Linda — 90 Rector, James — 91 Reinhardt, Keith — 91, 97, 202, 203 Roberts, Ricky — 91, 176, 177 Robinett, Jean — 80, 81, 87, 91, 95, 156, 172, 173, Rock, Phyllis — 91 Rogers, Gary— 91 Rogers, Michael — 91, 195, 212 Rush, Bill — 91 Russell, Jerry— 91 Rust, Hilda— 91 Rutherford, Dave-18, 27, 82, 91, 92, 93, 170, 171, 178 S Saffer, Lynne— 87, 91, 98, 172, 186 Salyer, Sarah— 91, 98, 174, 175, 180, 181 Sanders, Joe — 91 Saul, Debra— 91, 158, 174 Sawyers, Billie — 91 Sechrist, Tom — 91, 164 Shaffer, Larry — 91 Shankel, Cathy — 91, 1 6 1 Shepherd, Donna — 91 Shinn, Cindy— 91, 97, 98, 172, 173, 194, 221 Shumaker, Debbie-80, 81, 87, 91, 92, 98, 172, 173 Simpson, Ada — 91 Skeen, Linda — 91, 177, 186 Slagle, Jim— 99, 158 Smith, Carol— 91, 161 Smith, Doug — 91, 178 Smith, Earl— 91 Smith, Lee — 92, 99, 164, 165, 201 Smith, Gary — 91 Smith, Gay — 92 Smith, Jimmie — 92 Smith, Ricky — 92 Smith, Terry — 92 Smith, Wayne — 92 Snyder, Dave — 11, 80, 92, 164, 165, 186 South, Judy — 92 Steinhoff, Roger — 11, 92 Stitt, Nancy— 92, 201 Stivers, Linda — 92, 99, 1 6 1 , 186, 218 Swift, Betty — 92, 154, 168, 169, 181, 195 T Tackett, Walter— 92, 177 Thomas, Martha— 92 Thomas, Parker — 92, 194, 199 Thompson, Suzanne — 92, 169 Thurmond, Hank— 12, 92, 164, 166, 167 Tilley, Allen— 92, 201, 203 Trainham, Cathy — 93 V Vance, Gordon— 18, 93, 185, 186 Vance, Karen— 93, 168, 169, 195 , 263 Vaughan, Debbie— 93, 163 Venable, Bobbie — 1 6 1 , 195 W Walls, Elaine— 93, 99, 172 Wampler, Charles — 28, 29, 93, 191 Webb, Vicki— 93, 204, 205 Weddington, Linda— 93, 174, 186 Whitaker, Kathy — 93 White, Adrian— 80, 81, 93, 96, 179 White, Betty — 93 White, Garland— 82, 85, 92, 93 White, Peggy— 93 Whitford, Stuart — 93, 186, 201 Wilfred, Susan— 93, 95, 168, 169 Wilkinson, Steve — 93, 164, 166 Williamson, Charlotte — 86, 93 Wilson, Bill— 93, 98, 99, 183, 184 Wilson, Tom — 93 Winchell, Vickie— 93, 172, 186, 200 Wine, Barbara — 93 Woodard, Kathy — 93, 163 Woods, Jennie — 93, 159, 172 Woods, Sarah — 93, 174, 194, 200 Worley, Jeannie— 80, 93, 161, 191, 213 Wyatt, Skip— 18, 93, 186 SOPHOMORES A Abercrombie, Vicki — 102, 106, 173 Abston, Tommy — 100 Addison, Martha — 162 Allen, Linda — 100, 191 Allen, Melissa — 110, 162, 191 Allison, Roy — 202 Amburgey, Anita — 100 Anderson, Edith— 100, 176, 177, 189 Anders, Sherry — 100 Anderson, Lynn — 100 Ashby, Linda— 100, 204 Ashley, Thomas— 100, 191 Ault, Claudia — 100 277 INDEX B D Bailey, Jane — 100, 190 Baird, Howard — 101 Baker, Daniel — 101 Ball, Joyce — 101 Barbe, David — 24, 101, 171 Barker, Daniel — 101 Beckner, Sherry — 101, 158, 191 Bentley, Linda — 101, 163 Beverly, Gail — 101, 191 Blair, Charles — 101 Boggs, Joseph — 101 Booher, Eddie— 101, 189, 191, 199 Booher, Randy — 101 Bouton, Martha — 102, 200 Boynton, John — 102, 179, 200 Brewer, Gary — 102, 184, 191, 200 Brown, Linda — 102 Bryant, Sandra — 102 Buchanan, Beth— 102, 155, 173, 262 Buchanan, Teresa — 180 Bullock, Pat — 102, 173 Burdge, Gary — 102 Burns, Beth— 102, 173 Burroughs, Charley — 13, 100, 102, 164 Burroughs, William — 102, 202, 203 Bushore, Mike — 14, 102, 190 C Caldwell, Brown— 101, 102, 113, 115, 154, 164, 166, 188, 191, 201 Calhoun, Marilyn — 102, 191 Callahan, Ronnie — 102 Campbell, Judy — 102 Canada, Robert— 102, 185, 201 Cannon, Cathy — 102, 162, 199 Carrier, Danny — 14, 102 Carrier, Mike — 102, 185, 191, 199 Carroll, Judy — 102, 182 Carter, Bonnie — 102 Cassell, Christine — 176, 177 Casteel, Linda— 102, 173, 191 Castle, Christine — 102 Collins, James — 102, 158 Conner, Deborah— 102, 177, 191 Cook, Cheryl — 102, 177 Counts, Rena — 102, 177, 191 Cox, Bobby — 102 Cox, Howard — 102 Cox, Terry— 102 Crawford, Tommy — 102, 178 Culbertson, Glen — 102 Culbertson, Robert — 14, 102 Culp, David— 103, 176, 177 Davidson, Maurine — 103, 191 Day, Pam — 103, 180 Deere, Fred — 28, 103 DeVault, Meredith — 103, 173, 191 Dickson, Larry — 103 Dillard, LaVerne — 103, 204, 205 Dixon, Bonnie — 103, 162, 180 Dixon, Steve— 103, 190 Dixon, Robert — 103 Dorton, Danny — 103, 116, 269 Dougherty, Deirdre — 103, 112, 159, 173, 190, 191 Doyle, Kathy— 103, 1 12, 158, 173 Duff, Bobby — 103 Duncan, Ed — 103 E Elmore, Susan— 103, 154, 162 Epperson, Joan— 103 F Fanning, Sara — 103, 190 Farris, Dianna— 103, 162, 173 Feathers, Donna — 103 Felty, Linda — 103 Fields, Randal— 103 Fitch, Brenda— 103, 177 Fleenor, Jerry — 104 Foran, Judy— 104 Ford, Gale — 104 Forgey, Jim-104, 112, 155, 190, 257 Franklin, Gilmer — 104, 188 Frazier, Gay — 104, 204 Frith, Donna— 147, 181, 195 G Geiger, Janice— 104 Gentry, Betty— 104, 177 Gentry, Jerry— 104 Gentry, Steve— 30, 31, 104 Gibson, Terry — 104 Graham, Linda— 104, 162, 199 Graybeal, Gary — 14, 104 Green, Dorothy — 104, 173, 191 H Hagy, Devon — 15, 104, 113, 170, 171 Hale, Terry— 104, 190 Hardwick, Doug — 7, 104, 114, 154, 191, 200, 258 Harkleroad, Sandra — 104, 177 278 INDEX Harkrader, Peg — 104, 173 Harley, Larry— 104 Harr, Jack— 104 Harris, Brenda — 104, 162 Hatcher, Debbie — 105 Hatcher, Donald — 105, 199 Hawk, Andy — 105 Hawk, Tim — 105, 164, 165 Hawk, Tommy — 105 Heaton, Bobby — 105 Heaton, Llyod — 105 Henninger, Doug — 105, 156 Henson, Sharon — 105, 117 Herndon, Vickie — 105 Hillyer, Lynn— 158, 173, 190, 191 Hodge, Alan — 105 Hoffert, Jimmy — 105, 177 Hoover, Morris — 105, 191 Hoskins, Claud — 105 Hoskins, Randy — 105, 179 Hudgins, Harry— 105 Hunigan, Carol — 105, 173 Hyde, Tommy — 105, 190 I Icenhour, Tersea — 105 J Jackson, Debbie — 105, 190, 200 Johnson, Greg — 105, 188, 191 Jones, Robert — 106, 185 Jones, Susan — 173 K Keller, Chris — 33, 100, 106, 215 King, Rachel — 106, 200 Kirby, Linda — 106, 162 Kirkman, Margaret — 106 Kirksey, Larry — 103, 106, 156, 171, 190 Kiser, Van — 106, 116, 164, 189 L Lambert, Scotty — 106, 185 Leonard, Bobby — 101, 106 Leonard, Dennis— 106 Link, Wayne — 106 Liverman, Tommy— 106, 190, 202, 203 Love, Doug— 106, 190 Love, Tim — 106 Loving, Donna — 106 Loving, Sandra — 101, 104, 106 M Makris, Marsha — 106, 204 Malcolm, Gary — 106, 111 Martin, Cathy — 106, 204, 205 Massengill, David— 11, 106, 170, 171 Massie, Harry — 106 Mattison, Lynn — 106, 180 Maxfield, David— 106 McCall, Patsy— 100, 106, 115, 159, 173 McCobin, Susan — 106, 177 McCracken, Bill — 106 McCray, Darrell— 107 McKee, Marilyn — 107 McNew, Fred — 107 McRae, Steve — 107 Megar, Tommy — 103, 107, 113, 114, 154, 184 Messerole, Steve — 107 Merritt, David— 107 Milhorn, Diane — 107 Millard, Larry— 107, 191 Miller, Linda D. — 107, 162 Miller, Linda L. — 107 Minor, Mike — 107 Moody, Ruth — 107 Moore, Barbara — 107, 191 Moore, Cathy — 107, 191 Moore, Janice — 107, 180, 204, 205 Moore, Joyce— 107, 177 Morrell, Diane — 107 Morton, Tiny — 107 Moyers, Betty— 107, 191 Mullins, Larry — 107 Mumpower, Betty — 107 Mumpower, Cam — 107, 198 Mumpower, Doris — 107 Mumpower, Mitchell— 107, 186, 190 Myers, Linda— 107, 114, 154, 173, 190, 191, 199 N Neal, Larry — 11, 107, 191 Nidiffer, Don — 107, 190 Nuckolls, Sheila — 107, 160, 162 0 Odum, Billie Jean — 107 O’Neal, Dennis — 107 Owen, Phillip— 108, 182, 201 P Paluzzi, Tommy — 27, 108 Peneley, Steve— 15, 108 Peoples, Jane — 108 Perdue, Carol — 108 Perrin, Ann— 108, 173 Phillips, Carol— 108 279 INDEX Phillips, Tommy— 108 Phipps, Nancy — 108, 173 Pierce, Patty— 108, 117, 173, 190, 191 Pollard, Dennis — 179 Poore, Jackie — 108, 200, 220 Powell, David — 108, 179 Pratt, John — 108 Price, Larry — 29, 108 Puckett, David— 108 Puckett, Larry— 108, 191 R Ragan, Joe — 108, 190 Range, Debra— 108, 162 Rector, Jerry — 108 Reynolds, Jan — 108, 189 Richards, Brooks — 108, 173 Riley, Margaret— 108, 169 Richmond, Earl — 191 Ringley, Edward — 24, 108, 164, 165 Roberts, Debbie — 108 Rolland, Bill — 108 Roternberry, Augusta— 108, 162, 191 Rowell, Steve-13, 108, 164, 178 Royston, Don — 108, 200 Russell, Jackie— 108, 116, 173, 216 Russell, Larry— 109 Rutherford, Andy — 109, 202 S Sanders, Pam — 109, 162 Sangid, Sam — 109 Semones, Fred — 109 Sharrett, Eddie — 109 Sheffield, Becky — 109 Shelley, Beverly — 109, 179 Shelley, Pat— 109 Simons, Shelley — 109 Skaggs, Melita — 109 Skeens, Sharon — 109, 162 Slagle, Tommy — 109 Smelser, Cynthia — 109, 191, 204, 205 Smith, Sandra — 109, 180 Smith, Earl — 185 Smith, Tommy — 24, 109, 112, 171, 191 Smith, Walter — 109 Sproles, Charles — 179 Sproles, Debbie — 109 Sproles, Robert— 109 Stewart, Ricky — 109, 177 Stidham, Vic— 194, 203, 109 Stone, Missy — 109, 199 Story, Darlene— 109, 177 Suggs, Linda — 169, 109 Swain, Diana — 109, 180, 205 Swiney, Celia — 109, 173, 198 280 T Tabor, Sheila— 109 Tackett, Ben— 109, 201, 206 Taylor, Billy — 109 Taylor, Bobby — 109 Thomas, Gail — 110 Thomas, Chris — 110 Thompson, Ronnie— 110, 156, 191, 198, 200, 206 Tiller, Bill— 110, 201, 206 Todd, John— 110, 114, 170, 171, 178, 219 Treadwell, Penny — 110 T urner , Alex — 110 V Vance, Charles — 110, 201 Vance, Jerry — 110 Vance, Mike — 110 VanGelder, Roger — 110, 129, 191, 199 Van Hoy— 110, 191, 203 W Wagner, Frieda- 110, 180, 204, 205 Wallace, Steve — 110, 199 Wampler, Rebecca— 110 Warden, Ruth- 110, 159, 173 Washington, Mary — 110, 169 Watson, Linda — 110 Watson, Linda — 110, 163 Webb, Phyllis, 110, 17 3, 191 Welch, John-110, 201 White, Allen- 14, 110 White, Darla- 110 White, Netta— 1 10, 180 Whitlow, Richard- 110, 199 Whittaker, Diane— 110, 169 Whittamore, Vickie — 110, 180, 182 Whitten, Rosemary— 1 10, 177 Whitten, Vickie — 110, 169 Whorton, Patty— 110, 177 Widner, Jenelle — 110, 163 Wilfred, Richard- 111 Wilhoit, Steve-111, 200 Williams, David— 111 Williams, Richard-111, 191 Wilson, Chris-24, 30, 31, 111 Winship, David — 191 Wix, Billie Ann- 111 Woodliff, Nancy— 111 Woods, Steve-111, 191 Woods, Larry— 111 Worley, Gary — 111 Wyatt, Barbara— 111, 177 Wyatt, Larry— 111, 206 Wyatt, Lynette — 103, 111, 173, 189 INDEX FRESHMEN A Abbott, Paula — 120 Alderson, Jim — 118, 120, 121 Allison, Freddy — 120 Allison, Roy — 120, 203 Anderson, Landa — 120, 162 Anderson, Pete — 25, 120, 124, 166 Arnold, Jerry— 120 Ashe, Susan — 120, 182 Austin, Becky — 177, 180, 200 B Bachman, Ed— 119, 120, 201, 206 Bailey, Jean — 120 Bailey, Debbie— 120, 162, 167 Bailey, Perrin— 120 Baker, James — 120 Ball, Ann — 120 Ball, Billy — 120 Barnes, Bob — 120 Barnes, Mike — 120 Barr, Jere — 1 1 , 120 Beckner, David — 120 Beeler, Brenda — 120, 180, 182 Beeler, Vonda — 120 Belcher, Ruth — 120, 162 Bibee, Hal— 120, 179, 189 Blackford, Gail — 120, 162, 191 Blair, Stephen — 121 Blevins, Danny — 10, 120 Blevins , George — 121 Blevins, Ronnie — 121 Booher, Teresa— 121, 162, 178 Bourne, Debbie — 121 Boyd, Sammy — 121, 128 Boynton, Kathryn— 121, 167 Brisco, David — 121, 179, 199 Bronner, Steve— 121 Brown, Bill — 121 Brown, Susie — 121 Bruce, Becky — 121, 162 Brummett, Brenda — 121, 167, 177, 180 Buchanan, Linda — 121, 162, 167 Buchanan, Monty — 121 Burdge, Debby — 121, 130, 162, 167 Bundy, Beverly — 121, 162 Burja, Adam— 121, 180, 188 Burleson, Lynn— 121, 131, 161, 162, 189, 215, 219 Byington, Judy— 121 C Caldwell, Kent-119, 121, 12 3, 157, 162 Carleson, Caryn — 121, 162, 191 Carleson, Chris — 121 Carmack, Ronnie — 122 Carr, Chris — 12 2, 156 Carrier, Larry — 122, 188 Carrier, Randy — 122 Carroll, Steve — 122, 167 Carter, Janie — 122 Carter, Leonard — 122 Cathey, Angie — 122, 162 Chapman, Ernie— 122 Clark, Janet — 122, 162 Conerley, Tommy — 122, 191 Colvard, Linda — 122, 167 Crawford, Richard — 122 Cross, Randy — 122 Crosswhite, Pat — 122 Crowder, Conne — 122 Crowell, Joe — 122 D Daggs, John — 122 Daggs, Kathy — 122 Dampier, David — 122, 167 Darnell, Steve — 14, 122 Davenport, Donna — 122 Davidson, William — 122 DeFriece, Paul— 123, 188, 189 Denton, Larry — 123 Depew, Kathryn — 123, 127, 162 , 191 Dickerson, Alma — 123, 162 Diggs, Lewis — 12 3, 167, 199 Dixon, Larry — 12 3, 155, 167 Doyle, Mike— 123, 202, 203 Drake, Terry — 123, 182, 201 Dugan, Terry — 123, 202, 205 Dunlap, John — 123 E Eades, Danny — 123 Eades, Doug — 123 Early, Jane — 123, 162 Erwin, Russell — 123 Evans, Margaret — 12 3, 177 F Faniola, Frank — 123, 202, 203 F anning , D avid — 123 Fisher, Lisa — 123 Flannagan, Pat — 12 3, 206 Fletcher, Bill — 123 281 INDEX Ford, Barbara — 124 Foster, JoAnn — 124 Fulmer, Doyle — 14, 124 Fulwider, Cary— 124, 167 G Garten, Bill — 124 Geiger, Danny — 124 Gibson, David — 13, 121, 124 Gillenwater, Karen — 124, 125, 189, 191 Goodman, Stanley — 124, 200 Graham, Rhonda — 124, 167, 179, 200 Gray, Tom — 124, 167, 201 Greene, Ronnie — 124 Guffey, Jeff— 124 Guinn, Allen-124, 156, 157, 188 Gurley, Vickey — 124 H Hagerstrom, Sharon — 124, 129, 162 Hagey, Steve— 124 Hale, Barbara — 124 Hale, Greg— 124 Harkleroad, Billy— 12, 124 Harkleroad, Debbie — 124, 177 Harkleroad, Freddy — 124, 199, 203 Harkleroad, Glenda — 124 Harkleroad, Kathy — 124 Harr, Karen — 125, 169 Harr, Steve — 125 Harris, Tom — 124, 169 Harrison, Linda — 125 Hartsock, Brenda — 125, 177 Hatcher, Al— 125 Hatcher, Pam — 125, 177 Hawkins, Barbara — 125 Hawks, Patti — 125, 177 Henninger, Kathy — 125 Hensley, Scott, 125, 191 Herington, Debby — 125 Heron, Janet— 125, 199 Hickam, Jimmy — 125 Hicks, Dianne — 125, 162 Hicks, Pat — 125 Higgins, Sherry — 125, 162 Hix, Don — 125 Hobbs, J.C.— 125, 167, 200 Hogan, John — 125 Hogans, Aaron — 125, 182 Hoskins, Sandra — 125 Houston, David — 125 Humphrey, Earl — 125 Hyder, Mike — 126 J Jackson, Jane — 126 282 Jamison, Ricky — 126 Jarrett, Jimmy — 126, 201 Jessee, Thomas — 126, 202, 203 Johnson, Fred — 126 Jones, Faye — 126 Jones, Jimmy— 126 Jones, Peggy — 126, 177 K Kegley, Pam— 126, 162, 189 Keene, Richard — 126 Keesee, Mike — 126 Kilgore, Betsy— 126, 162, 188, 191 King, Norman — 126 Kistner, Lana — 126, 162 Klopher, Gary — 13, 126 L Lambert, Marla— 126, 177 Lane, Beth— 126, 133, 154, 162 Lange, Mark— 126 Langston, Danny— 126 Leonard, Allen — 126 Leonard, Tommy— 126, 177, 199 Leonard, Wanda— 126 Lewis, Claire— 126, 162 Lilley, Libby— 127, 162 Lilly, Lisa— 127, 177 Love, Mike — 127 Lyda, Jerry— 1 27 M Marion, Donna — 127 Martin, Mike— 127 Matney , Susan — 127, 177 Mattison, Louis — 127 McCarty, Gene — 127, 154, 188 McCobin, Tim — 127 Mclnturff, Pat — 127, 188, 201 McNew, Sue — 127, 177, 180 McVeigh, Mary — 127, 162, 189, 200 Mea, Chris— 127, 177, 191 Meade, Mike — 127 Menerick, Robin — 127, 167, 201 Mervis, Melanie — 127 Messerole, Karen — 127 Mitchell, Randy — 127 Mitchell, Raymond — 127 Moore, Sandy — 127, 177 Morrell, Mary — 127, 162, 167 Morris, Donna — 127, 162, 200 Myers, Kathy — 128, 162 N Neal, Leigh- 128, 133, 154, 248 INDEX Nelson, Nancy— 128 Nelson, Randy— 128 Nida, Steve— 128, 167 Nitti, Jill-128, 182 Noontester, Earnest— 128 Nunn, Robin— 128 0 O’Dell, Anne — 128 Odum, Judy — 128, 177 Ogle, Wayne — 128 Oliver, Gary — 128 Outland, John — 14, 119, 128, 188, 213 Owen, Donna — 128, 129 P Palisano, Lynn — 128 Parker, Randi — 128, 137, 162 Paty, Jo Ann — 128, 156, 162, 191 Pendergrass, Carol— 129 Perdue, Diane — 128, 162, 189 Peters, Debbie — 128, 162 Peters, Mike— 118, 122, 128 Petteplace, Butch — 129, 188, 189, 206 Pettigrew, Buck — 128, 198, 200 Phillips, Ron — 129 Phipps, Kenneth — 129 Pickle, Debbie — 129, 162 Pickle, Linda — 129, 162 Pierce, Carol — 129, 162, 191 Pippin, Jimmy — 129, 199 Poet, Tonya — 129 , 177 Poole, Terry — 129, 200 Poore, Joyce — 129, 162 Porter, George— 129 Powers, Ezra — 129, 167, 200 Preston, Larry — 129, 167, 199, 201 Price, Pat — 129 Price, Phil— 129, 199 Price, Vernon— 129 R Ramsey, William — 129 Reedy, Doug— 129, 200 Rees, Tim— 129, 201 Reid, Steve — 129 Richards, Mary Jane— 1 30, 162 Richmond, Donna— 130 Riley, Sandra— 130 Roberts, Debbie— 130, 191 Rose, Wayne — 130 Rosenbalm, Gary — 130 Rotenberry, Theresa — 130, 169 Russell, Edward— 130 S Sander, Herman — 25, 130 Saul, Barbara — 130, 179, 200 Scyephers, Lana — 130 Senter, Cheryl— 130, 159, 182, 191 Sexton, Yvonn— 130 Shaffe, Rita — 130 Shanks, Lois — 118, 130, 191 Shiplett, Beatrice — 130 Shipley, Alan — 130 Shoun, Donna — 130, 177 Slagle, Doug— 130 Slagle, Freddie — 130 Sluder, Thomas — 130 Smeltzer, Sam — 130 Smith, Della — 131, 177 Spangle, Brenda — 131 Spaulding, Ned — 131, 199 Stanton, Brenda — 131 Staton, Joel — 131, 206 Stewart, Gary— 131 Stewart, Karen — 131, 162, 189 Stickley, Allen — 131 Stine, Buddy — 131, 201 Sturgill, Judy — 131 Sykes, Jeannie — 131, 177 T Tate, Mike— 1 3 1 Tausher, Randy — 131, 167, 199 Taylor, Steve — 131 Thayer, Janice — 131, 177 Thomas, Brenda — 131 Thomas, John — 131 Tobias, Ann — 131, 182 Todd, Gina— 127, 131, 154, 155 Toon, Debby — 131, 167, 182 Trainum, Mike— 131, 189 Tretler, Richard — 132, 167, 199 Trivett, Melanie — 132 Trinkle, Norma — 132 Tymon, Regina — 132, 158 V Vance, Barry — 132 Vance, Richard — 132, 188 Vires, Cathy — 132, 200 W Walker, David — 132 Wall, Susan — 132 Walls, Richard— 132 Walsh, Allen-132 283 INDEX Watson, Vonda — 132 Weddington, Lois — 132 Western, Dianne — 132 Wherry, Bert— 182, 189, 201 White, Carol — 133 White, Connie — 13 3, 177 White, Faye — 133 White, Linda— 133, 177 Wilkinson, Becky— 133, 162, 167 Wilkerson, Connie — 133, 162 Williams, Karen — 133 Wilson, Carol — 133 Wilson, Don— 1 33 Wisdom, Kay — 133 Woods, Noreen— 133 Worley, Brenda— 133 Wright, Becky— 133 Wyatt, Keith — 133 FACULTY A Abbott, Judith Mrs. — 138, 204 Allgood, Owen — 140 Arwood, Doug — 145 B Barr, Sue Mrs.— 143 Basham, Russell — 27 Beverly, Gladys Mrs. — 144 Bingham, William — 10, 183, 143, 150 Bogart, Florence — 142 Boretsky, Stephen — 215, 136 Burk, Richard — 143 Bush, Kitty Mrs. — 137 Butt, Mrs. — 1 37 C Cannon, James — 144 Cuthill, Nancy Mrs. — 148, 181 Countiss, Tascal — 26, 142 D David, Hugh— 136, 140 Dibble, Carolyn Mrs. — 176, 147, 150 F Faust, Helen — 139 Fisher, Buddy— 28, 10, 140 Fisher, Jane Mrs. 140 Fleenor, Nancy Mrs. 140 284 G Greene, Mary Mrs. — 148 Guinn, Lorraine Mrs. — 141 H Hagan, Georgia Mrs. — 144 Hawkins, Maurine — 141 Hite, James — 147 Hundley, Thomas — 28, 10, 141, 150 K Keller, Fred-10, 147, 210, 213 Kesner, Katherine — 142 King, Peggy Mrs. — 137 Knisley, Dorothy— 156, 146, 151 M Maples, Frank — 143, 202 Marshall, Martha — 141, 145 Marshall, Charles — 145 McLaney, Bobbie Mrs. — 143, 179 McCroskey, Mary Mrs. — 137 Miller, Maxie— 139, 174 Morton, Ruth Mrs.— 145 N Nicar, Howard — 146, 183 0 O’Dell, Thomas — 142 Odom, Paul — 138, 159, 176 Odum, Penny Mrs. — 139 P Parker, Robbie Mrs. — 148 Poplin, Edna Mrs. — 138 R Rasnick, Rose Mrs. — 142 Reeter, Mildred Mrs. — 139 Reser, James — 212, 139 Rhea, Lindsay — 142 S Smalling, Sam — 146, 155 T Trosper, Ernie — 18, 30, 148, 70 W Waff, Lynn Mrs. — 141 Williams, Thomas — 139, 151 INDEX ADVERTISEMENTS A Abbott, Proctor and Paine— 23 3 Akard Funeral Home — 250 B Bennett and Edwards — 247 L.M. Berry — 249 Bill King Clothiers — 261 Blue Circle — 227 Bluff City Mills — 262 Bob’s Drugs— 25 5 Robert C. Boswell — 236 Bradley’s Drugs — 255 Bristol Builders Supply — 256 Bristol Business Services — 258 Bristol Cable Television— 248 Bristol Commercial College — 242 Bristol Drug Corp. — 270 Bristol Hardware — 228 Bristol Lincoln Mercury — 25 3 Bristol Office Supply— 261 Bristol Steel and Iron — 256 Bristol Electric System — 247 Bullock’s Drug Store — 228 Bunting’s Drug Store— 256 Burger Town USA — 249 Burlington Industries, Inc. — 2 34 Business Equipment Co.— 2 39 C Capitol Insulation Service — 243 Carmen’s Dress Shop — 25 2 Clark and Palin Drugs — 244 Clark Radio and Supply — 264 Cobb’s Country Restaurant — 252 Coca-Cola— 270 D Davis Sandwich — 25 2 DeVault’s — 258 Doak Printing — 246 Dunn’s Pharmacy — 233 E Easley Insurance — 2 30 East Tennessee Appliance — 251 Edmonds Brothers Supply — 260 Enterprise Black-Diamond — 245 F First Federal Savings and Loan — 25 3 First National Bank — 251 First National Exchange — 2 36 Foremost Dairies — 2 30 Franklin Savings and Loan — 259 Fuller Bus Lines — 263 G Graham School Pictures — 241 Gray’s Dairies — 231 Greyhound Bus Lines — 228 Gurley’s Homestead House — 261 H Hatcher’s Cleaners — 265 Hayes and Reynolds — 263 Henley and Gillespie — 263 House of Rossoff— 258 Hulsey Floor Service — 258 I Imperial Reading — 267 J Jellico Tobacco — 237 Jewel Box — 2 32 J and M Wholesale — 25 7 Jones Office Supply — 254 K Kemble-Cochran— 264 King College— 2 38 King Rogers Grocery— 248 M Malcolm’s Meat Market — 240 Massengill Company — 2 37 McClure Motors — 2 37 Mel-O-Dee Ice Cream — 259 Millard Insurance — 259 Miller’s Florist — 240 Moore Earhart — 263 Monroe Calculating — 243 N Nickel’s Manufacturing — 240 P Paty Lumber Co. — 261 Paul Cook Funeral Home — 246 Fashion Shop — 232 285 INDEX Pete Moore’s Appliance— 2 30 Peter Pan Pastry Shoppe— 269 Pet Milk — 246 Phillipswood Garden Center — 235 Piedmont Laundry — 245 Piggly- Wiggly— 25 5 Pizza Inn — 226 Poteet and Company— 270 Purity Bakery — 233 Putt-Putt — 258 R Ralph’s Washmobile — 269 Range Meat — 266 Record Shop— 267 Remine-Gobble — 2 3 2 Roadside Market— 245 Security Life and Trust — 2 39 Service Appliance— 267 Sevier’s Laundry— 255 S.K.M. 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