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Terrell Academy, only an idea and a dream a few months ago,
is now a reality .. . through courage, concem, dedication, sacri-
iice, and determination, this "Impossible Dream" came true. Terrell
Academy has proved that a common cause can serve as a common
bond. Community gaps have been bridged, and the generation gap
has been narrowed in a common quest for quality.
From registration last stunmer, to the graduation of its iirst
Seniors, Terrell Academy has provided many new and unforgettable
experiences. We recall our singing our Alma Mater for the first
time, and to uphold this Alma Mater of Scholarship and Excellence,
we can never forget the countless hours of study both in and out of
classes. We remember winning our first ballgame, the feeling of
relief of surviving the 2:30 traffic, working together at bakesales,
carwashes, and chicken-ques, organizing our clubs, and the endless
We hope that this First AQUILA will help you relive all these
experiences that the first year at Terrell Academy has offered.
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Table of Contents
TITLE PAGE --------------- - - 1
STUDENT LIFE - - - 2
LEADERSHIP - - - - - 9
DEDICATION ---- - - 10
ADMINISTRATION - - - - 13
BOARD OF TRUSTEES - - - - 14
FACULTY ------ - - 15
ELEMENTARY - - - - - 21
SENIOR HIGH - - - - 43
MEMORIAL - - - - 60
FAVORITES - - - - 61
SPORTS ------ - - 75
ORGANIZATIONS - - - 93
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ADVERTISHVIENTS - - - - 131
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This year the 1970-'71 yearbook staff would
like to dedicate this yearbook to the man who
we think has rnade our school what it is today.
He has been patient with us, and we have found
that he understands all our problems. He has
helped us to strive for academic achievement
and to seek the qualities that this school stands
for - scholarship and excellence.
We extend our deepest and most sincere
appreciation to Mr. William T. Owen.
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Lyrics by: MRS. BILL WEST Music by: MRS. TOM BEATTY
ln Georgia, the South's own Empire State, there's a
school that we hold dear,
An institution of higher aims, with purpose and goals
A school with spirit and high ideals - academic
and athletic too:
A student body united and free, both leaming
and growth to pursue.
And though the years may come and go and
find us far awayg
Back to the good old academy days, our thoughts
will ever stray.
To scholarship and excellence, we pledge ourselves anew!
All Hail to Terrell Academy, Q
We offer our praises to you!
Board of Trustees O
LEFT TO RIGHT: Billy Woodall, James G. Raines, M. E. Williams, Sr. NOT SHOWN: W. G. Dunn, Dixon Oxford.
Charles McLendon, Wilbur Gamble, Jack Laing, John Rogers, Glenn Carlson, Henry Brim, Tom Beatty, Ike Cham-
bless, Warren Brinson, Billy Lark. NOT SHOWN: Dr. Fain Martin, Jimmy Pritchard, Don Bridges.
Mrs. Dorothy Whee1er,,B.S. , Elemen- Mrs. James L. Nicholson, B.S. ,
tary Education, GRADE 4.
Elementary Education, GRADE 4.
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Miss Janis Phillips, B.S. , Ele-
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Mrs. Mary M. Barfield, B.S. , Elementary Education
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Mrs. Dell Drew, B.S. , Elementary Education,
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Mrs. Vivian McLendon, B.S. , Elementary Educa-
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Mr. Donald Beard, B.A. , GEORGIA HISTORY, AMERI-
CAN HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY, P.E. , GIRLS BASKETBALL.
Mr. Billy Bruner, B.S. , M.A. , ENGLISH I and II, CHORAL
MUSIC, Sth GRADE ENGLISH.
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Biology, CHEMISTRY, ness Ed. , TYPING I and II, Education, ALBEGRA I, P.E. ,
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7th, and 8th ENGLISH.
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MIS. Jane S. Lee, B. S. , Elementary Education, 6th GRADE
and IR. HIGH MATH.
Mrs. Doris M. Kenney, B.S. , Education, GRADE 5.
Mrs. Louise Andrews, B.S. . Elementary
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Mrs. Lila B. Brim, B.S. , Education, LIBRARIAN. Mrs. Luellen W. Pace, SECRETARY.
Mrs. Laura West, B.F.A. , M.A. , Drama and English, Mrs. Emily Lindler. B.S. , Mathematics, ALGEBRA
11th and 12th ENGLISH and SPEECH. 11, GEOMETRY, ADVANCED ALGEBRA, TRIGO-
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Mr. Prescott, Mr. Mitchell, Mrs. West, and Mrs. Lindler, hard at work.
Mr. C. D. Justice, A-B- . AMERICAN HISTORY- Mr. Kenny Prescott, Bachelor of Science in Agricul
GOVERNMENT, ECONOMICS. IUIC, BIOLOGY, SCIENCE.
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WORLD HISTORY, CIVICS. , LATIN I.
Greg Barnes, Dick Barry, Jefirey Bridges, Lee Brown, Kayla Brown, Patricia Cantrell, Jerry Chambless, Jim
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Teresa Paul, Jeffery Price, Richard Rayburn, Chris Reynolds, Cindy Sauls, Johnny Singletary, Pam Speir,
Mike Spillman, Hank Studdard, Chuck Ward, Tara Wheeler.
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Brown, Ginger Brown, John Clark, Van Cosby, Dewayne Cox, Carol Ann Davis, Charlene Etherton, Denise
Faust, Dennis Floumoy, Jimmy Foster, Carmen Gay, Randy Graham.
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Lisa Reeves, Liz Sauls, Sharon Seymore, Keith Slocumb, Tina Speir, David Stabler, Suzanne Stokes, Tom
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Janice Stabler, William Timmei-man, Liz West, Tamara Wheeler, Giney Wiley, Joy Williams.
Ray Adams, Stacey Beaty, Tina Barfield, Floyd Brown, Ray Brown, Selena Brown, Carolyn
Cherry, Peggy Cooper, Ed Dale, J. C. Daniel, Lynn Davidson, Vicki Etherton, Pam Foster
Greg Garland, Kevin Giles, Mike Gaylord, Gina Harpe, Missy Hanin, Emily Hall, Pamela
Hayes, Rex Herrington, Charlotte Hooks, Sherryl Hopkins, Faye Howard, Gladys Hufstetler,
Carene Johnson, Sheryl Joiner, Kenny Kennedy.
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Russ Odom, Kim Pace, Tommy Parris, Karen Price, Wade Pritchard, Tim Ra-
gen. Tom Ragen, Jeffery Roberts, Liza Rogers, Jody Sellers, Greg Speir, Karen
Stabler, Rickie Stewart, A1 Timmerman, Andy Trotter, Tracy Tye, John Wig-
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Susan Cherry, Karen Christie, Keri Cummings, Lisa Dale, Tommy Dale, Roy Dickenson, Donna Dunaway, Russ
Ferguson, Gina Fletcher, Allen Flourney, Mike Foster, Ann Golden, Steve Hasty, Tammy Johnson.
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Martin, Willie Melton, Bob Mims, Mike Mims, Terri Nation, Jimmy Owen, Pricilla Parker, Bob Paul, Jerry
Perkins, Mae Raetzal, Kay Reese, Melonnie Rhodes, Tammy Speir, Jean Tedford, Mike Timmemian, Shari
Waldrip, Robin Walker, Melissa White, Kay Williams, Lamar Wills, Joan Wise.
Halloween Kings and Queens
Ray Adams Robert Ralph Chambless Lisa Dale
Billy Timmeman A1 Timmerman Tammy Laing
Greg Barnes Stacy Beaty Kim Page
Russ Furgenson Lisa Hamby
Donald Harden Robert Ralph Chambless Pam Spier
Joy Wily Tammy Laing Kieth Sloctun
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Tim Garrison, Wade Gay.
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Vice President - KEITH CHANDLER
Secretary - MARK WIGGINS
Treasurer - DEBBIE DILLARD
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usan Bridges, Carrie Brinson, Bobby Brown.
Mike Chambless, Keith Chandler, June Cherry, Karen Commons, Babs Coxwell, Debbie Dillard, Beck Dunaway,
Tally lflamby, Larry lj rncock, W. D. Harrell, Hal Heath, Tammy Heath, John Hinson, Chris Irwin, Linda Kil-
patrick, Buddy Laing, Don Laing, Felix Lane, Jaw Law, Chuck Lee, Jackie Hamby.
Lynn Lee, Doug Martin, Tim McPherson, Keith McRee, Debbie Morris, Debbie Norton, Tom Pierce, Carl Owen,
Ellen Powell, Jim Pritchard, Hal Ragan, Bob Rainey, Charles Ramesy, Bobby Ray.
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Marsha Royals, Susan Salter, Lonnie Sellers, Tim Spillers, laura Steadham , Greg Stewart, Carl Tennille, Cheryle
Trotter, Gereld Waddell, Nancy Walder, Mark Wiggens, Hardy Woodall, Debra Peavy.
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President - KATHY MACK, Vice President - VICKI
BARFIELD, Secretary - GLENN DAVIS , Treasurer -
Susan Beary, Glen Burroughs, Wesly Brown, Debra Carlson, Susan Charnbless, Kay Christie, Lanet Coxwell, Mitch
Cummings, Glerm Davis, Carolyn Deal, Steve Drain, Denise Dunaway, Iimrny Elder, Genie Fiveash, Myra Gamble,
James Golden, George Hall, Glenn Harpe, Donna Harrell, Flora Harrell, Debra Hooks.
Cindy Jones, Juanita Jones, Ioy Kennedy, Susie Kirby, Bruce Laviner, Billy Leverett, Dana Lewis, Kathy Mack,
Bobby Mash, Roger McCler1don, Carol McLendon, Mike McPherson, Trisha Mims, Andy Moore, Jeff O'Hearn,
Bill Pace, J glee, Paul Priest, Ed Reese, Ti.m Senn, Carole Smith, Charlie Smith, Sam Smith, Franklin
Spilman, Linda Ann Spilmfln, Bingham Walters, Becky West.
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Deputy Sheriff - Gerald Stokes Always Considerate and helpful.
Directed Trafiic each morning.
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Secretary - DEBORAH DANIEL Treasurer - RICKY JOHNSON
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Secretary - KATHY DEADWYLER Treasurer - MIKE POWELL
Karen Bariield, Eve Barry, Reed Beard, Susan Bowen, Jerry Brown, Richard Brown, Barbra Chambless
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Treasurer - DIANNE BACON
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Treasurer - DAWN BARRY
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Nominated by the senior class and elected by the student body.
This year Patti Duck is serving as Secretary of the Senior Class. She has been a member
of the FTA for one year, and the Paper Staff for one year. She is currently sewing as Feature
Editor. She was the Business Manager of the Annual Staff her junior year, and has been a mem-
ber of Student Council for three years. Patti has been in the Library Club for three years and is
now sewing as President. She was a member of the FHA for three years and during her junior
year was Chairman of Projects. She has been a member of the Tri-Hi-Y for four years. In her
junior year, she served as Secretary and went as a delegate to Youth Assembly. She is presently
serving as Historian. In Literary Events, Patti has been the accompanist for the Solo. Trio, and
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Mary Alice Kennedy was chosen Miss Terrell Academy and was a member of the Sweet-
heart Court. She served as secretary of her Freshman class and vice-president of her Junior
class. She has been a member of the Tri-Hi-Y for the past three years and participated in
Civic Youth Day this year. Mary Alice served as Sports editor on the Junior staff of the year-
book and this year was Co-editor of the yearbook. She was a member of the F.H. A. for three
years, Library Club for two years, and Student Council her Senior year. Mary Alice was 'a
cheerleader her Sophomore and Junior year and was a member of the "T" Club those two years
Jean Oliver has been a member of the paper staff for three years and this year is sewing
as Editor of the "Ta1on." She has been a member of the Tri-Hi-Y for four years and was a
member of the FHA for three years. She has been a member of the Library Club for two years
and the FTA one year. Jean also served as Secretary of the Junior Class.
Seninr Sup erlattihe
This year the President of the Honor Society is Donna Steadham. Donna is also a member
of the library Club, Student Council, and Tri-Hi-Y. She was a member of FHA for three
years, and during her junior year, eamed her State Degree. Donna has lettered in Varsity
Basketball for four years and this year was elected Basketball Sweetheart. Donna has also been
a member of the T-club for four years and served as Secretary-Treasurer her junior year.
Sieninr Sup erlaiihv
This year Donna Wills is sewing as Co-Editor of the yearbook. She has been a member of
FTA for two years and is now sewing as President. She was an active member of FHA for three
years and earned her State Degree. She has been a member of the Tri-Hi-Y for four years and
is sewing as Community Projects Chainnan. This year she is also a delegate to Youth Assem-
bly. Donna was also a member of the Spanish Club for one year. This year she is a member
of the Debate Club and is altemate on the varsity Debate Team. Donna also serves on the Stu-
dent Council this year.
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Sybil Bowen., Mitzi Lewis A Bowen, Debra Rainey Debbie Nelson, Marilyn Edwards
Cathy Dunaway and Missy Ingram were chosen by Missy Ingram and Donna Steadham were chosen to
the SEAIS in the A11-Region Tournament. play in the SEAIS A11-Star game for the South.
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and Hugh Fouche. FRONT ROW: Jeff Taylor,
Torn Massey, Edward Massey, and Tommy
BACK ROW: Roger McLendon, Charles O'Heam, Hodges McLendon, Cleve McRee, Russ Prescott, Robert
Hamlin, Sammy Cooper, Wayne Sellers, Coach Owens, Harry Spilman, John Bowen, and Jeff O'Hearn.
FRONT ROW: Kevin Lattinville, Gary Carlson, Mike Wiley, Joey Trice, Mike Powell, Jim Hilton, and
The Voice of the Eagles - COACH OWEN5
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4 Hilton heads home.
Bowen Helds ball for out.
O 'Heam scores.
Eagles Win Class AA Title
Defeating Stratford From Macon in First Two Out of Three Games
Eagle's ace pitcher, Jim Hilton ended the season with a 6-0 record and also held the RBI record with 29.
John Bowen played first base for the Eagles and did a fine job. He was one of the team's leading hitters.
A lett-hander, Hodges McLendon helped in keeping the Eagles on top with a 5-0 record on the mound. He hit
and Then . . . Defeat Class A Champions
Harry Spilman, second baseman and outfielder, ended
the season without an error.
Team congratulates Hodges.
Gary Carlson, shortstop, was one of the leading in-
fielders and hitters on the squad.
Robert Hamlin and Jim Hilton with state championship
Winning team relaxes.
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CHARLOTTE TARRANT TERRY LANE LAURA c:owART
DEBRA DANIELS MELODY MARTIN PAM LEE
These two outstanding senior
players were chosen by their
teammates to respectively represent
The Aquila Staff
The Aquila Staff is a selected group of
outstanding Seniors. They are assisted by
members of the Junior class.
After making the decisions as to title,
cover, and layout of the yearbook, each
individual has spent many long hours ,
working creatively together, to capture
the many moods and faces of the irst year
of Terrell Academy.
Mary Alice Kennedy
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Ann Brim , Beth Golden, Dawn Barry, Deborah Fairclorh, Tommy McKinney.
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I UNIOR STAFF
FIRST ROW: Terry Lane, Dianne Bacon, Ricki Askew, Kathie Kenny. SECOND ROW: Charlotte Tarrant, Sybil
Bowen, Becky Miller, Carol Rainey, Laura Spurlock, Beverly Ferguson.
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Student Advisory Board
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The student advisory board was created this year in order for the students to
have a voice in the plans of our school. Two students, one boy and one girl
were chosen to represent each grade.
12th grade - Robert Hamlin
11th grade - Lex Bowen
Advisor - William T. Owen
10th grade - Lon Trice
9th grade - David Irwin
Mary Alice Kennedy
President ---- - - ROBERT HAMLIN
Vice-President -"" BEVERLY FERGUSON
Secretary ' ' ' - - IAN WHITAKER
Treasurer - - - - - -DAVID IRWIN
Advisor - - - - - WILLIAM T, OWEN
Student Council Activities
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No organization, particularly an educational institution, can effectively function without
full cooperation of all concerned. The Student Council of Terrell Academy has been instru-
mental in helping to solidify the school spirit and pride which has become an identifying
characteristic in "Eagle Country": The Council works closely with teachers and administration
to insure that our stated objectives of "Scholarship and Excellence" shall be constantly pursued.
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President - - - ------ DONNA STEADHAM
Vice President - - - LAURA SPURLOCK
Secretary - - - - - REBECCA DILLARD
Treasurer - - - - - - STEVE WILEY
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Terrell Academy Chapter
The object of the National Honor
Society shall be to create an enthusiasm
for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to
render service, to promote worthy leader-
ship, and to encourage the development
of character in all students of Terrell
The stated purpose of the Tri-Hi-Y club is: " To create, maintain, and extend throughout
the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character. Above all, it is a
fellowship of women who express a common loyalty to Jesus Christ. Believing as they do,
members try to create a Christian atmosphere where there is noneg to maintain the Christian
standards that are existant: and to extend the Christian way of life to those people around them.
In undertaking to live up to such a purpose, the "Y" clubs will understandably be a service
club. The "Y" clubs undertake projects that will render valuable service to some person or
President ------ -------- A NN BRIM
lst Vice-President ---- CHARLOTTE TARRANT
2nd Vice-President - -
-' - KAY HATTAWAY
Secretary - - - - LAURA SPURLOCK
Treasurer - - - - BEVERLY FERGUSON
Advisor - - - MRS. HENRY BRIM
School Project Chair. - - r- -
Community Project Chair.
Publicity - - - -
World Service Chair. -
Mary Louise Andrews
Mary Alice Kennedy
This year we are very fortunate to have two
elected officials. Charlotte Tarrant was elected
Chaplain for the Southwest district. Ann Brim
was elected last year at Youth Assembly to serve
as Senate messenger.
Bob Atkins, Southwest District Secretary, has
been a great assistant to our club this year.
The Tri-Hi-Y club has been most active in
school and community activities. Some of these
have been painting the stage in the gym , fixing
bulletin boards for the halls, and sponsoring teacher
Some of their community projects have been
participating in die Heart Fund YMCA Week,
Youth Civic Day, and taking a Thanksgiving bas-
ket to a needy family and fixing a Christmas tree
for Dawson Manor.
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We helped organize a club at Randolf Southem.
Heart Fund Drive.
Civic Youth Day
Mayor Jimmy Raines signs the proclamation
and the following members ran for and were elected
to city and county offices.
H1 Y and Tr1 H1 Y ACIIVI
Hi-Y is another organization that has been instrumental in the school and
community. Working with the Tri-Hi-Y, the Hi-Y has encouraged high Christian
ideals in all of their projects.
President - -
Chaplain - -
Secretary - - -
Advisor - - -
- GARY CARLSON
- - BARRY IRWIN
- - - LEX BOWEN
- MIC HEAL HANCOCK
I- ' MR. C. D. JUSTICE
Treasurer - - - - BOB KIRBY
School Projects Chair. - - - REED BEARD
Community Projects Chair. - - - HENRY MARTIN
Publicity --------- - - JEFF TAYLOR
World Service - - - - TOMMY ROUNTREE
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Robert Hamlin yx AT, Tommy McKinney
Micheal Hancock y All Charles 0'l-lem
Bm Hill 'Nd Barney Pamacott
Ronnie Howard 1 X WK T ,, Billy payne
Barry Irwin 'Xl 6 Tommy Roumree
David Irwin no X jim Smith
Ricky 101111500 ' x W Harry Spilman
Bob Kirby 54' Henry Martin
Chai? I-'awhome X ' 5 ffl' Tommy Sranbury
Ronnie hee of joey Trice
David Martin I Bobby Walters
' Sran West
Editor---Jean Oliver. Y
Business Manager---Dawn Barry
Sports Editor---Mona Lewis.
Society Editor---Carole Rainey.
Club Editor---Kay Hattaway.
Feature Editor---Patti Duck.
Spotlight Editor---Ann Brim.
Rotary Student---Laura Spurlock
Beverly Ferguson, Lynn Gay
and Diane Bacon
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Best Year Ever
, During a period of time it Dnrine a Senior's vear.
takes to be
Terrell Academy is for-
tunate to have elected teachers
that are fully qualified in
their field. This is the first
faculty of Terrell Academy.
We feel that these teachers
will be able to give us the
quality education we desire,
provided that we do our part.
The following is a complete
list of the Terrell Academy
lA - Mrs. Felton Drew
1B - Miss Janis S. Phillips
2A - Mrs. Mary M. Bar-
2B - Mrs. Freda Jones
3A - Mrs. Betty Heath
3B - Mrs. Vivian McLendon
4A - Mrs. Mary Nicholson
4B - Mrs. Dorothy Wheeler
5A - Mrs. Doris Kenney
5B - Mrs. Karen Tye
6A - Mrs. Louise Andrews,
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Academy, ' Jn'
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all of yow '
as we are.
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know that Ln'
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twelve yea IS.
hard work. '
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times, esp , '
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and not fre
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Terrell Academy has been
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12B - Mrs. Laura West,
Speech, English 4, 3
We have been notified by notified by IRS that Terrell
the Education Testing Service Academy's application for tax
of Princeton, N. J. thatgTer- exempt status has been ap-
Librarian - Mrs. Lila Brim
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Patti Duck, Dawn Barry, Carol Rainey, Mona Lewis, Ann Brim, Kay Hattaway.
Bonnie Ward, Jan Whitaker, Laura Spurlock, Beverly Ferguson, Deborah Faircloth, Charlotte Tarrant, Ann Fouche,
and Lynn Gay. A
The first library for Terrell Academy
was started this year. Several students
worked in the summer. We now have
1500 books in our library. Hard work was
put into the processing of all books in the
library. We hope we have made this li-
brary enjoyable and helpful to you!
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President - - - - PATTI DUCK
Vice-Pres. - - - JEAN OLIVER
Secretary - - ----- LYNN GAY
Advisor - - - - MRS. HENRY BRIM
Glenda Askew, Dawn Barry, Ann Brim, Patti Duck, Marcia Fleming, Ann Fouche, Lynn Gay, Beth Golden,
Deborah Harrell, Kay Hattaway, Donna Jones, Mary Alice Kennedy, Ronnie Lee, Tom Massey, Tommy McKin
112 ney, lean Oliver, Donna Steadharn.
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President - - - -
Secretary ---- -
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- - DONNA JONES
- - - - RICKI ASKEW
- DEBORAH HARRELL
- KAY HATTAWAY
Advisor - -
Program Chairman - - - -ANN BRIM
Parliamentarian - - - - - -- JOE DURHAM
Reporter ------ - -DEBORAH HARRELL
Chaplain -------- ---- D AWN BARRY
- - ' MRS. MORRIS GOFF
The purposes of the FBLA are to develop business lea-
dership, strengthen confidence in their work, create interest,
encourage improvement, develop character, participate in
cooperative effort, encourage thrift, encourage improvement
in scholarship, and improve and establish standards for en-
trance into office and store occupations.
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President ---- ----- D ONNA WILLS Reporter ----- - - BARRY IRWIN
Vice President - - - - - LAURENE HARRELL Parliamentarian - - - - JOE DURHAM
Secretary ---- - - DEBBY TEDDER Program Chairman - - - - DONNA JONES
Treasurer - - - - - - HJNNIE SAPP Chaplain ------ - - EDWARD MASSEY
Advisor - MRS. CHARLES LEE
Mrs. Lee advises Donna and Debby
on the next meeting of the FTA.
The FTA is an organization which
stresses the requirements of being a good
teacher: physical vitality, mental vigor,
moral discrimination, wholesome person-
ality, helpfulness, knowledge, and leader-
ship. Throughout the year, each member
of the FTA has been willing to help the
teachers of Terrell Academy in many
ways. We hope these students will con-
tinue with this enthusiasm as they finish
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ONE-ACT PLAY CAST
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West, Ken Kirby, Henry Martin.
ADVISOR: Mrs. Laura West
AFFIRMATIVE: Ioe Durham
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Recipient of Best Actor Award in Region.
KATHY GILL ' STEVE WILEY -
Girls' DCC1-31T1aii0U Boys' Declamation, lst place Region
GARY COOPER - SUE JONES -
Essay, 3rd place Region Essay, 3rd place Region
IRENE LEVERETTE - CHRIS DICKEY -
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MONA LEWIS - JOE DURHAM -
Girls' Solo Boys' Solo
4th place Region
Accompanist for all music
GIRLS' TRIO - Bonnie Ward, Mary Durham, Mitze Lewis
3rd place Region
4th place Region
QUARTET - Tommy McKinney, Tim Goodin, Lex Bowen
DEBATE ALTERNATES: Affirmative - Donna Wills, Kathy ONE ACT PLAY ALTERNATES AND CREW: Ann
Gill, Tommy Stanbury, Negative - Debbie Tedder, Brim, Mona Lewis, Bobby Walters, Ann Fouche,
Becky West, David Irwin. Becky West, Emory Boone, Brenda Cay, Tommy
McKinney, Tommy Rountree.
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Girls' - Becky West.
MUSIC ALTERNATES: Trio - Ann Brim, Melody
Martin, June Blackstock, Quartet - Henry Martin.
Billy Carswell, Girls' - ESSAY ALTERNATESg Girls' - Dianne Bacon.
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Mr. Owen is presented with a wig. Kay Hattaway twitls a baton. sC6ach Beaggl receives a chjckenr
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Jean Oliver IC8dS C1355 Will- Joe, Ieanvand Patti roll eggs. Patti Duck reads class prophecy.
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Mrs. West presents perfect attendance certificate
Mrs. Lindler presents perfect attendance certifi- to Donna Wi11s.
cate to Gary Cooper.
Coach Beard presents Becky West with Mr. Golden presents science awards to Micheal Hancock, Bob
Social Studies award for highest average in Gordon, and Russ Cowart.
class - 99.
Mrs. Brim presents yearbook awards to Mona Lewis, Ann Mrs. Brim presents paper staff awards to Kay
Fouche, Kay Hattaway, Debra Schrarn, Ann Brim, Bonnie Hattaway, Patti Duck, Dawn Barry, and Ann
Sapp, Beth Golden, Dawn Barry, and Tommy McKinney. Brim. 123
Mr, Mitchell awards mgdalg to outstanding Mr. Mitchell awards World History Medals to outstanding
Civics students. Students-
Micheal Hancock and Coach Daniels honors Ricky George Hall receives a Becky West receives awards
Sue Jones receive Johnson and Joyce Elders for medal for his outstanding for highest grades in Alge- i
American History outstanding work in Algebra. work in math. bra - 100, and Science - 97.
awards from Mr.
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Becky and Denise Dunaway and Ellen Powell Mrs. Rogers honors outstanding language students with medals.
receive honors from Coach Beard for a perfect
record in P, E,
John Bowen presents gift to Cleve McRee, who was Wayne Kirk with trophy which will be engraved each
unable to Complete geaggn, year with names of outstanding Christian athletes.
Donna Steadham and Missy Ingram tied for the girl mi Jim Hilton receives the award as the boy athlete.
Wayne Kirk, Coach Beard, Mr. Owen, and Coach Daniel shown with winners.
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Danna Wills and Mary Alice Robert Hamlin is awarded achieve- Jean Oliver receives award as
Kennedy receives award as co- ment medal as President of Student editor of the School Paper.
editors of the yearbook. C0l1T1Ci1.
Ann Brim is presented awards for Joe Durham is presented awards Ann Brim names Mrs. Laure west
Debate, One-Act Play Crew, Alt. ' for Boys' Solo, Boys' Quartet, "Star Teacher, " as the teacher who
in Girls' Trio. Mrs. Lindler Debate, and as President of Senior COI1Iributed most to her scholastic
presents Ann the "-Star Student" Class. achievement.
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Those students who have maintained a 90 average
throughout high school are shown here: FIRST ROW:
Linda Mackey, Lisa Hamby, Tammy Laing, Sharon
Deadwyler, Billy Timmermen. SECOND ROW: Becky
West, Tony McPherson, Kathy Gill. NOT SHOWN:
Those seniors who have maintained a 90 average through-
out high school are shown here with Mrs. Lindler: Donna
Steadham, Laurene Harrell, Rebecca Dillard, Kathy
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PRELUDE ---- - -Mr. Ralph McGill
PROCESSIONAL - - ------ Senior Class
INVOCATION - - - Rev. J. Clifton Brooks
Pastor, Graves Charge
WELCOME - - ------ Joe Durham
Senior Class President
HYMN - "He Leadeth Me" - - - ----- - Audience
INTRODUCTION OF SPEAKER - - - - Mr. W. T. Owen
ADDRESS ----------- - Dr. Tommy Lawhome
RECOGNITION OF HONORS - - - - ---- Mr. W. T. Owen
PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS - - ------ Mr. M. E. Williams, Sr.
Vice-President, Board of Trustees
ALMA-MATER - - - - - ------------- Audience
BENEDICTION- - - - Rev. George Deadwyler
Pastor, Baptist Church
RECESSIONAL - - ------------------------- Senior Class
fAudience will please be seatedj
USHERS FROM HI-Y AND TRI-HI-Y
Brenda Gay, Beverly Ferguson, Carol Rainey, Laura Spurlock
John Bowen, bex Bowen, Gary Carlson, Bob Kirby
Waiting- Taking Academy Oath.
Rev- Clifwn BTOORS gives ' Mr. Tommy Lawhome gives ad- Mr. William T. Owens recognized
mvocation. dress. those with honors.
Donna Steadham receives recognition as With diploma in hand - a new beginning.
ANDREWS, HOWARD WARREN
ASKEW, GLENDA IRENE - Tri-Hi-
Y 1,2,3,45 FTA 25 Library Club 35
Yearbook Staff 3,4 Bus. Mgr.:
FHA l,2,35 Senior Superlative.
BARRY, PATTI DAWN - Class V.
Pres. 1,25 Class Treas. 45 Sweet-
heart Court 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2,45 FBLA
4 Chaplain5 Honor Club 45 Library
Club 4 Rep. 5 Letter Club 1,2,45
Yearbook Staff 4 Club-Ed5 FHA
1,25 Paper Staff2 Rep. , 4 Bus.
Mgr.5 Spanish Club 2 V. Pres.5
Cheerleader 15 Basketball 2,45
Sweetheart of Hi-Y.
BLACKSTOCK, JUNE ELIZABETH-
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,45 FBLA 45 FTA 35
One Act Play 45 Trio Alt. 4.
BRIM, JERRY WAYNE - FBLA 45
Football 15 Baseball 15 Track 2,3.
BRIM, PATRICIA ANN - Tri-Hi-
Y l,2,3 V. Pres. , 4 Pres. , Youth
Assembly 3,4, Sen. Messgr. 4,
Civic Youth Day 45 FBLA 4 Pro.
Chrm.5 FTA 45 Library Club 3,45
Spanish Club 35 Yearbook Staff 3
Jr. Class Ed. , Class Ed. 45 FHA 1,
2 Parl. , 3 Treas. . 3 State Degree5
Paper Staff 3 Rep. , 4 Spotlight Ed.5
Student Council 45 One Act Play
Alt. 3, Stage Mgr. 45 Declamation
3,4th Dist.5 Debate 4, 3rd Dist.5
Trio Alt. 3,45 B at PW Youth
leadership Conf. 35 Senior Super-
1ative5 Good Citizen5 Star Student.
CHAMBLESS, BENJAMIN LEE -
Hi-Y 45 Letter Club 2,3,45 Band
1,2,35 Football 2,3.
CHAMBLESS, KATHY LYNN -
Honor Club 45 FHA 1,25 Beta Club
COOPER, WAYNE GAY - Essay 4.
DEAL, DOROTHY JANE - Tri-Hi-
Y l,2,3,45 FBLA 2,3,45 FTA 45
DICKEY, CHRISTOPHER EDWARD -
Tylpingz4, 2nd Dist. , 4th State.
D LA D, REBECCA INEZ - Tri-
Hi-Y 3,45 Honor Club 4 Sec.5
FHA l,2,3: Beta Club 3.
DUCK, PATTE ANN - Class Off. 4
Sec.5 Tri-Hi-Y 1.2.3 Sec. , 4
Historian, Youth Assernb1y5 FTA
25 Librarly Club 1.3, Pres. 45
Yearboo Staff Jr. Bus. Mgr. 35
FHA l,2,3 Chrrn. of ProJ.5 Paper
Staff Feature Ed. 45 Piano Acc.
2,3,45 Senior Superlative.
DURHAM. JOSEPH HZYOR - Class
Off. Pres. 3, Pres. 451-ll-Y l,2,3,
45 FBLA 1,2,45 FTA 1,2,3,45 I.et-
ter Club 2,3,45 Student Council
1,2, V. Pres. 3,45 Debate 4, 3rd
Dist.5 Quartet l,2,3,45 Football
1,2,35 Basketball 15 Golf 1.2.3,
45 Senior Superlative.
FLEMING, MARCIA ANNE - Tri-
1-ri-Y 1,2,3,45 Library Club
Sec. 3,45 FHA l,2,3.
FLEMING, MARK WILLIAM - Hi-Y
FOUCHE, ELIZABETH ANN - 'Tri-
H1'Y 1.2,3,45 FTA 2,3,45 Library
Club 45 Paper Staff 4 Rep. 5 FHA
1,2 Historian, 3 Jr. Chapter 85
State Degree5 One Act Play Stage
GAY, BARBARA LYNN - Class Off.
1 Pres.5 Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 Library Club
45 Paper Staff 45 Student Council
15 Sweetheart Court.
GOLDEN, ELIZABETH AMANDA -
Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,35 Library Club 45
Yearbook Staff 3, Fav. Ed. , 4
Bus. Mgr.5 FHA l,2,3.
HAMLIN, ROBERT WALTER - Letter
Club 2,3,45 Student Council 1,2,
3,4 Pres.5 Baseball 2,3,45 Senior
HARRELL, DEBORAH CHERYL - Tri-
Hi-Y 45 FBLA 3,45 FTA 45 Library
Club 3,45 FHA 1,2.35 Basketball 2.
HARRELL, LAURENE - Tri-Hi-Y 2,
3,45 FTA 2,3 Rep. , 4 V. Pres.5
Honor Club 45 FHA l,2,3 State
Deg. Beta Club 3.
HATTAWAY, SAMMIE KATHERINE
- Class Off. 2 Sec. , 4 V. Pres.5
Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4 V. Pres., Civic
Youth Day, Youth Assembly5 FBLA
4 Treas.5 FTA 3,45 Library Club
45 Yearbook Staff 3 Assn. Club Ed. ,
4 Club Ed.5 FHA l,2,3 Chrm.
8a Sec.5 Band 1,25 Majorette 1,25
Papler Staff 2 Bus. Mgr. , 3 Spot-
lig t Ed. , 4 Club Ed. 5 One Act
Play 35 Senior Superlative5 Sweet-
HILTON, JAMES TRACY - Letter
Club 2,35 FFA 1,2,35 Basketball
1,2,3,45 Baseball l,2,3,45 Good
HINSON, GAIL ELLEN - Tri-Hi-
Y 1,2,35 FTA 45 Yearbook staff
4 Fav. Ed.5 FHA l,2,3.
HOOKS, WINFRED LAFAYETTE -
Hi-Y 1,25 FFA 1,25 Basketball 3.
INGRAM, THELMA NADINE - Tri-
Hi-Y 35 Letter Club 2,3,45 FHA
1,2,3 State Degree5 Basketball
IRWIN, BARRY GORDON - Hi-Y
1.3.4 2nd V. Pres.5 FBLA 45
FTA 2,3,4 Rep.5 Letter Club 35
1 85 4 Civic Youth Day5 Football
Mg-E. 25 Track 1.
JO NSON, SUSAN REBECCA -
JONES, DONNA LEE - Tri-Hi-Y 45
FBLA 3,4 Pres.5 FTA 3,4 Proj.
Chrm.5 Library Club 3,45 Student
Council 45 Typing Alt. 4.
JONES, JEFFREY RANDALL - FFA
KENNEDY, MARY ALICE - Class
Off. 1 Sec., 3 V. Pres.5 Tri-Hi-
Y 2.3.4 Civic Youth Day5 Library
Club 3,45 Letter Club 2,35 Yearbook-
Staff 3 Jr. Sports Ed. , 4 Co. Ed.5
Student Council 45 FHA l,2,35
Cheerleader 2,35 Senior Superla-
tive5 Sweetheart Court5 Miss Terrell
LEE, SANDRA WILLENE - FBLA 3:
FHA 35 Chorus 1.
LEWIS, MONA CAREN - Tri-Hi-
Y 1,2,3,4 Civic Youth Day5 FTA
2,45 Yearbook staff 3 Assn. Organ.
Ed. , 4 Sports Ed.5 Spanish Club
35 Student Council 25 FHA 1.2.35
Paper Staff 2 Rep. , 4 Sports5 One
Act Play Crew 35 Solo 45 Trio Alt.
35 Basketball 1,35 Class Off. 1 V.
Pres. , 2 Pres.
LOVETT, MICHAEL DELMA
MCKINNEY, CHARLES THOMAS -
Hi-Y 4 Civic Youth Day5 FBLA 4:
FTA 45 Librar Club 4 Parl. 5 Year-
book Staff 4 go. Class Ed.5 Band
1,2,35 One Act Play Alt. 45 Quar-
MARTIN, JAMES HENRY - Hi-Y +
1,2,3,4 Comm. Proj. Chrm.,
Civic Youth Day5 Letter Club 45
One Act Play 3,45 Quartet Alt. 45
Football l,2,3 Mgr.
MASSEY, EDWARD LAFEYETTE -
Hi-Y l,2,3 Youth Assembly
Delegate, 4 lst V. Pres. .5 weet-
heart5 FBLA 1,25 FTA 1,2,3,4 '
Gia 1ain5 FFA 15 Football 15
OLIVER, JEAN ANNE - Class Off. 1
3 Sec.5 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 FTA 5
45 Library Club 3,4 V. Pres.5 5
Paper Staff 2.3.4 Ed.5 FHA 1,2,35l
Senior Superlative. I
SAPP, BONNIE JEAN - Tri-Hi-Y 1
1,2,35 FTA 3,4 Treas.5 Libra? 5
Club 35 Yearbook Staff 3 Co. d. A
of Favorites, 4 Class Ed.5 FHA 1,2,
SCHRAMM, DEBORAH ELAINE - X
Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,35 Band 1,25 J
Majorette 1,25 FHA l,2,3. 1
SCOTT, CHARLES EDWIN - Hi-Y J
45 Band 1,2,35 Mr. T.A.I. J
SMITH, JOSEPH EDWARD - FFA
l,2,3 Treas. N
STEADHAM, DONNA LYNN -
Tri-1-ri-Y 2,3,45 Honor Club 1
3,4 Pres.5 Library Club 45 Letter J
Club 1,2,s sec.-Treas. 45 FHA l
l,2,3 State De1gree5 Student Coun-
cil 45 Basketba 1,2,3,4 Sweet- i
heart5 Senior Superlative. 1
TEDDBR, DEBRA CRAIG - Tri- l
Hi-Y l,2,3 School Proj. Chrm. ,
4 Delegate Youth Assembly5 FBLA
35 FTA 2,3,4 Sec.5 Yearbook
Staff 4 Class Ed.5 Spanish Club 35
FHA l,2,3 State Degree, Delegate
to State 85 National HA Conven-
tions5 me Act Play 45 Debate Alt.
WILLS, DONNA JOYCE - Tri-Hi-
Y l,2,3 Comm. Proj. Chrm. , 4
Youth Assemb?'5 FTA 3,4 Pres.5
Yearbook Staf 4 Co. Ed.5 Spanish
Club 35 Debate Club 45 FHA 1,2,
3 State Degree5 Debate Alt. 45
WISE, ALLETHEA ANN - Tri-l-Ii-
Y 1,2,35 FHA l,2,3.
BANK 0F TERRELL
First Graduating Class
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2 1 F 'WW R Shirt Laundry
2 A ,lx Wg, 995-4700 wamuu st. Dawson
Why Not Have
Your Kitchen Custom
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and Finest Store
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ARNOLD CHEVROLET CO.
Chevrolet and Oldsmobile
North Main Street Dawson, Georgia
MRS. WANDA M. SELLERS
A. L. JOINER, Agent
Ladies Specialty Shop
995-2933 Dawson, Georgia
RADIO TELEVISION CENTER
Zenith Maytag Hotpoint Kitchen Aids
Good Luck From
Main Street Midtown Mall
"Southwest Georgia's Finest Jewelry Store"
Complirnents to the Class
D. E. SHORT
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FURNITURE, INC. G OCERY MARKET
STEVEN'S INDUSTRIES, INC.
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Master Brand Seed Peanuts
"That Good Fertilizer" Master Spray
Master Brand Cotton Dust Master Brand Fertilizer
Master Brand Peanut Dust
Dawson Cotton Oil Company
Cinderella Foods S and W Company
Terrell County Bonded Warehouse
,Best Wishes to a
Great School! !
AM 8. FM
990 Kos 921 MHZ
1000 Watts 3000 Watts
MASSEY SHOE '
EARLE PACE BILL WEST
STORE E. J. PACE INS.
146 S. Main St. 995-2016
J. R. BOWEN, Proprietor "We Insure Everything
Complete Home Furnishers But Tomorrow
Dawson, Georgia 107 Lee Street 995-5363
SASSER SEED SHELLERS
Phone 995-2527 N. Main St.
Foucl-us sonv sHoP JY
JULIAN FOUCHE, Owner
Body Repairs and Painting -
Congratulations to the First
Graduating Class of Terrell Academy
Compliments oi MR. J. R. JR:
Pine Grove Farm
Congratulations to the
Class of 1971
Phone 995-5821 or 995-5822
LEE'S FARM SERVICE AND SUPPLY
Feed and Mixing
Seed on Your
ANTHQNY READY MIX CONCRETE
fOr Every Need
Sasser, Georgia S. Main Dawson, Ga.
Congratulations to the
Senior Clas s
of .71 l.ARK'S
"The Store Dependable"
107 North Main Street Dawson, Ga.
H. H. REID
General Paint Contractor
Sheet Rock Finishing - Spray Painting
ff Compliments of
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Main Street Dawson, Ga-
WALDEN AND KIRKLAND, INC.
Realtors , Insurors
Residential, Farms, Farm Management
Commercial Properties, Appraisals, Mortgages
Main Street Dawson, Georgia 99 5-5814
MURRAY EQUIPMENT C0.
"Your Ford Tractor Dealer"
BANK OF DAWSCN
"Home Owned and Home Managed Since 1911"
Time and Temperature
Z4 Hours a Day - Dial 995-4422
A Full Service Bank Member Of FDIC
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C mpliments of
C gthet Slerigrs t Compliments of
Union on Products Dawson' Georg
Jewelry d G'ft Sh p
Gifts fo A11 O
C rnpliments of
M in D wson 1 Ag t
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Exclusive Dealer for Wells
BETTY E. WISE
North Main Street
Phone 995-2447 for Pickup and
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"Let Us Furnish Your Home"
Phone 995- 5691
Best Wishes From
LINDA WILSON - GENEIVA WATSON
Phone 995- 5301
THE DAWSON NEWS
To the Students of Terrell Academy, CECIL BOYD, President
We Extend Our Best Wishes to
Phone 995-2311 Day or Night
P.O. Box 295
Best Wishes From
MRS. CHARLES COWART
Men's and Boys' Hair Styling
55 f I
FOSTER'S RIO HART'S FLOWERS
Class of '71
,ar 'fu .f
For Better Crops
Dial 995-Z 181
"Your NAPA Jobber Is a Good
Man to Know"
Parts for Cars - Trucks -
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Stonewall at Church Street
BELK-HAGINS , A
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"Home of Largest and Most . I3 '
Complete Department Store" N
Main Street r srl '
Dawson, Georgia ' 51,5--9 ' A
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Dawson Main Street Georgia
A Division of
Dawson Industries, Inc.
STATION AND CAR 57 SENN'S
Gas , on GROCERY
RANDOLPH THURMOND Dawson Georgia
"Let us Top Your Mop"
East Lee Street Dawson
Best Wishes to the Class of
JIMMY SAPP - Manager
Congratulations to the
Class of '71
FOSTER TRUCK AND TRACTOR co
Farmall Tractors McCulloch Chain Saws
IH Farm Machines , Lilliston Combines
International Tractors Rotary Cutters
Crawford 995-2146 Dawson
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R. D. SMITH - ALLEN ARNOLD
Dawson, Georgia '
First for Prompt, Courteous i'
Lee Street Dawson
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Id 6 ' 995-5414
FREEMAN'S FOOD SHOP
"Open 7 Days A Week"
South Main Street Dawson, Ge01'gia
wqfzvhfxw Best Wishes From
DaWSOI1 Main Street Ge g
66 SERVICE 9954167
LOCKE'S LADIES AND
MEN'S WEARING APPAREL
Main Street Dawson, Georgia
DAWSON MOTOR COMPANY
Sales - Service
North Main Street
TOWN AND TOURIST
"Home Style Cooking"
sax GULF CO'
Your RCA Victor Dealer
PERRY FEED AND
SEED AND DAWSON
.1i,:,, ,I , DEPARTMENT STORE
STATION WEBB'S INSURANCE
Congratulations to th
S Cl 995-2243
"Home of Quality Fabrics"
D XXKIRBY-HEIFNER co.
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Food Brokers Office
1200 Dawson Road
gm the GAS coMPANY,
Class of '71
o ern ome iances
DAwsoN DAWSON' M d H Appl
LP Gas - The Modern Fuel
P.O. Box 366
BEN BOLTEN - owner Phone: 995-2154
'We Take Better Care Of Your Car"
North Main Street
815515 N .
Class of '71
We Thank Each of You for Your Cooperation and Support
DONNA WILLS and MARY ALICE KENNEDY
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