Terrell Academy - Aquila Yearbook (Dawson, GA)

 - Class of 1975

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W in - A A OFFICERS President- Roger Mc Lendon Vice-President-Tim Senn Secretary-Susan Bealzy Treasurer-Kathy Mack 'L 16 C-Bal 1 Dick Askew Diana Baxter Donna Baxter Susan Beaty Debra Carlson Lynette Coxwell Glenn Davis Carolyn Deal Denise Dunaway Jimmy Elder Genie Fiveash Myra Gamble Laura Haynes Cindi Jones Juanita Jones R. 15.1 Xxx 'K' if 10' .l ik 6 Joy Kennedy Susie Kirby Bruce Laviner Dana Lewis Kathy Mack Trisha Mims Andy Moore Carol McLendon Roger Mc Lendon Mike McPherson Jef-f 0'Heam Tim Senn Carole Smith Charlie Smith Linda Ann Spllman Rebecca- West 4....5N nur. i Q- - -. 11" 7 Q T'-'-E 17 -1 LJ 2 s-H., 2'-1? . -sr. Q-I' me .L,,q.50f3 -sn- is -.Q .f gg si -s. Ss "--L-. li , 1 . .. - f ,- ., x,, -.--3 I -ag 4 -1 ng -X 1 , gif, H A ' - pf Y L .x,+1 1g, - fr A Q'-sf Lff' ,",- 1 - n-'uv D. , ' - f ,:z:'+1 ' .,-Y 1 I ,, V ,. 1 ,A Xi I. 2- . 'J If . L-Q M .. 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Woodall ,P M! g 4 do T 1 lMr. Thomas D. Church-Tennessee Tech, Vanderbilt Univer- sity, Peabody College, Denver University, University of Illinois, University of Washington, Emory University, Post Graduate Work at University of Georgia, B.A.- Liberal Arts, offt..fev...i,,....t.. i ll I4l Quran, Quayle ,grya Now that you are graduating to a greater responsibility in life, you will be tried and tested to act as responsnbl adults Your parents, church and schools have all con tributed to you in helping to prepare you for this role There will be failures and success, but you must always have hope There is no earthly malady that cannot be overcome or coped with as long as you have simple pur pose I beg you not to succumb to a shot gun approach to life by scathermg your directions to either the unat- tainable or the over-extension of self. I ask you to set your purpose, make-do with what you have, and do. Love life and be morally and spiritually enriched. God bless all of you. . 9 re T .. 9 Q.g.- A """' lu-Q -4 bXX " 'A jl 4 XML, F: sen' . fe' af, .5 1:5 I . . 0 U . K - ,B.S,-Biology, M.A. History and Economics, MED-ADNlIN- ISTRATION. Coach Donald Beard-Assistant Headmaster Mrs. Mary B. Kennedy-Secretary The office of the Headmaster handles all the business of the school, including supervision of activities and control of fi- nances. ' Activities such as planning special programs, setting up class schedules, arranging club meetings, sending student transcripts, and handling cor- respondence are part of the of- fice. ln the realm of finances come tuition payments, orders for all school business, and the lunchroom account. . Besides the administrative acti- vities, there is an "open-door" policy, allowing students to meet and confer with the school officials to work out solutions to academic, extra curricular, and personal problems. 4 'Y F' lx 'G' SELE E TARY FACULTY A sandbox desert in the library, clay people Csome missing arms an legsl, splashes of water paint, an excitement for French, the hokey pokey, the HDinasour Song,"throm ing surprise parties for teachers, wearing a new learned color to schooh ainckelrace,inabiHtyto pay attention around Christmas time, recess. Signs of elementary school. , i G Q U ,.,Y?l,f' f' ,jr-Q.-N- ,hbx L -' X- 'xx J l 1,1 ' rp li I eg' 71- - I 1 N e. f- ,Y ...SJ as A41 . My -fm C lpA3VjVl?,' 4,.A,. gn' I W ,V 1 "ELI l ,g,f i T . Mrs. Hap Oliver- Middle Georgia College, Kinder- garten Mrs. Freda Jones-Auburn University, B .S.-Elemen- tary Educati on: Second Grade Mrs. Ann Garland-F.S.U.: Georgia Southwestern Col- lege, B.S.-Elementary Ed- ucation' First Grade Miss Mary Faircloth-Aubum University, B.S. Early Child- hood Education Mrs. Jani ce Varnadoe Georgia Southwestern Col- lege, B.S.-Elementary Ed- ucation: First Grade Mrs. Betty Heath- Georgia College, B.S.-Elementary Education, Masters Degree Georgia Southwestern Col- lege, Thi rd Grade I Mrs. Vivian Mc Lendon- r Grade 1 ,'A"""+ I v '-V. --.gp-eu 'I f , 5 ,-- f A , If ,A., , , -MX g 6, X f ,, V A 'if '.'1X: X , ' . i il: Q , ,ff iii- If Lf" won:-'s-Q52-Q L+ G ' - ffm' w 5 Q9 """'yH"Ti 'i' 'if ?t?f"C,5fm if i -ang its 'A G ' Q KQV ..-5 New I f f 2,0 ' ' . "' ""' oe'--1 X 0 5 O , o o o N - X b W J Y O 993,-:WE 5 A X e,nru'i TQ- so rjflgzm X " . 312' G' 0 D J C W I A a tx , ,X i M f G X , 7, f if i f 5 ' A ' ,, . Wfa rl Z4 C"'f ' e I 1 N ff" W L. Georgia College, B.S.-EIe- mentary Educationg Fourth Mrs. Dorothy WheeIer-Win- throp College, B.S.-Els mentary Education: Fourth Grade i ,Mrs. Kay Barfield- Georgia Southwestern College, B.S.- Elementaryp Fifth Grade ii, Mrs. Nadie Lee Dunaway Third Grade Teacher Aide NCLI H and RE DING "Literature, taken in all its bearings, forms the grand line of demarcation between the hu- man and the animal kingdoms.. " A summer reading program was added to our English and Reading department. The high school students are required to read certain books during the summer. Sixth and seventh grade English is taught by Mrs. Moore, eighth grade English by Mrs. Hathcock and Mrs. Brim, English land ll, by Mrs. Harris, and English Ill and IV, by Mrs. West. The junior high take reading under Mrs. Bar- field. They work in the SAR reading lab and have a pilot librar ta library in which they se- lect their own booisd They also write lime- ricks and Haikus. "To read well, that .is to read true books in a true spirit, is a noble exercise." Mrs. Laura West-Valdosta 'flhusmiggllusia State Col lege, B .F .A.- Dra- mag University of Georgia, Ma. Englishg 11th and 12th English f-iq, will - 7' ,,, ti . Asbury College, Wilmore Kentucky: AB Englishg Eng- lish and Journalism Mrs, Emma Moore-Valdosta State College, B.S. Elemen- tary Education Junior High English Q5-:eg Mrs. Mary Barfield-Georgia College B.S. Elementary Education: Reading. "Speak in French when you can't think of the English for a thing." Mrs. Hatcock teaches French I-IV. The class- es use tapes to help with comprehension and pronunciation and they see films on French cul ture. The French lll and lV students tutor the elementary students. Our history department is made up of World Cultures land ll, U.S. Historyjarid Govern- ment, taught by Mrs. Tomkinsj and Problems of Democracy, taught by Mr. Church. Mrs. Kenny teaches Junior High School Studies and Science. "History teaches everything, even the future." SOCIAL SCIENCE and FRENCH l l l l l l l l ,H l I l Mrs. Stephanie Tompkins- Gelorgia Southwestern Col- lege B.S. Educationg Amer- ican History Economics Mrs. Dale Hathcock- l'f'f -tr.. Georgia Southwestern Col- lege, B.S. Education, Uni- versity of Dijonp French I, II,III .args , LQ 5' f' V' Anerr a , :ri A Mrs. Doris Kenny-Uni versity of Georgia, B.S. Education, Junior High Social Studies xi 4, V ,,. . . an ' f-1-1251?-e , . .-:,IZ1, 'Ae 1 5, .- ezsw f- .fef m we as . X iss fl d V AV Mitsui-f""':g I 4' Y 19" if Coach Don Daniel West Georgia College, B S Education, Alge- bra I, Biology, Basketball and Mrs Jane Lee Georgia College Elementary Education, Junior High Mathematics, Home Eco- "Men love to wonder and that is the seed of our science." Our math and science departments help to pre- pare us for an ever changing world. In our sci- ence department we have jr. high science, taught by Mrs. Vassar, biology, taught by Coach Daniel, and Physical Science, Physio- logy, and chemistry, taught by Coach Golden.' The department uses the lab for study. We all remember the entire school smelling like chlo- rophyll, almost blowing up the lab with experi- ments, and pricking fingers for blood. Two courses were added to our math depart- ment this yearg general math, taught by Coach Golden, and Pre-Calcus, taught by Mrs. Lin- der. The other courses are, jr. high math, taught by Mrs. Lee, Algebra I and Il, geome- try, and trigonometry, all taught by Mrs. Lind- er. "Mathmatics is the science which draws nec- essary conclusions . " , t l :ij " E.. ..,, fi t s ?'i..fi"" 'VZ-Q V. C -,L H'-'rw-s -1--r L lfffpi. . .35- Coach Johmy Golden- Val- dosta State College, B.S. Ed- ucationg Chemistry, Physics, Physiology Mrs. Mary Alice Vaser Georgia College BS, Elementary Education ' Junior'High Science E I Coach Donald Beard-Athletic g Directory LaGrange College B.A.-Social Science, Tennessee Tech- Graduate Work, Football and Basketball Coach "Good health, good looks, and a good time." Along with Coach Beard, our new P.E. in- structor, Coach Bowers has instigated many changes in our P.E. department. What the stu- dents get out of P.E. is something they would gay a lot for in a health spa. They work on ealth, strength, and flexibility. The class has a stretching program in which ey use the same equipment that the football team uses. They play sportssuch as basketball, softball, and tennis. Terrell Academy hopes to build an ob- stacle course and a track in the near future. America needs good business leaders. Ter- rell Academy strives to make good business leaders of its students bay offering such courses as accounting, shorthan , and typing, all taught by Mrs. Goff. "Go to your business, pleasure, while I go to my pleasure, business." Mrs. Maxie Goff-Georgia Southern College- B.S. Busi- ness Education 1 Al l t I' Coach Jerry Bowers-San Diego State, B.A. Aubum University, Graduate Work PHYSICAL ED CATIO and BU I ESS l QQBQBQ .neon I N,-...--4 "A student deprived of a good library program is a student deprived of a good education." Our library has a selection of 4,205 books which meets the requirement for accreditation. The elementary section has just added a collection of books called DlSNEY'S WONDERFUL WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE which have stimulated the interests of younger students. Nlrs. Brim, our librarian, is efficient and effective in co-ordinating the books used by all three school levels. For the first time Terrell Academy students are offered art. Our two artist are Susan Lofton and Nlarshall Smith. Susan is here by grants from the Georgia Counsel for the Arts and the National Endowment for Arts. She teaches art to the elementary students and pottery to all students. Nlarshall Smith teaches drawing and painting. "As the sun colours flowers so 'FQ Susan Loftin-University of Georgia - A ww" . Mrs. Lila Brim- Georgia South- Coll B.S.- Education' g Marshall Smith-University of 1,?'9,i5,,..,...--, .. Miamig Medical Field Sur-' 5 gical School USA. P Q E-Ji, ern eg e, . Y. Librarian 'Wy P i TERRELL ACADEMY The Terrell Academy Patrons is a fund raising organi- zation of Terrell Academy. Their two biggest projects ire the Halloween Carnival and the annual Chamber of Iommerce dinner. This year the T.A.P. bought all of .he equipment for the new home-ec. department. The T. LP . meets once a month to discuss problems ofthe school. There is also a program at each meeting . Some if these programs include a talk on drug abuse, home- ec. class fashion show and One Act Play. Lf - ro, D 5. , L1 Mrs. Mary Ward ' President Father Harry Maloney President Elect Vice-Presidents Mrs. Rose Mc Lendon Mrs. Nell Marshall Mrs. Helen Hartin in Mrs. Ann Miller Secretary l Hiram Peeler Treasurer Mrs. Mary Irwin Halloween Chairman P TRO l One of the interesting and informative programs Big money-making project- the halloween carnival Equipment for the Home Economics department ff-'---:-fv- - . f - - V V -Y ilillliiwsis 1 az . . ,w 'A A S"LI'Tr 421 S 1 1 A 354 'i f f ,- "ZZ-i-Zvi-"'-gulf: s' v W 'Q-1 1- ikrffiif' I1 4:2 '1' 2-Y W ,, . ,-r F-, .-M -U-. v LF. . , A -, lx 1 "' ' pg ' I - -1 X grim, ' x 1 ! X,,.',, ,. 9' 5535 ' ' - ' 4-rf nf V 1 v- W g0,,.A. -if-xgvgl, ii '55 43f-5137-""'?T5f' 'J' N ' '45 'XL Lf f E: ,lglkga-'if-if-.a, 3.5, :gf :4s.a.V.x21f-53422 ,. ?,. . , 4 .. . fr: 1 - ,zu K' lik 1 sm f NK F' K ' 2 H , f F , 5 wivrf 5 f' x -ff ' ' ' nf h ,, ' ' N r . 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Teresa ,Edington L Gene Haines L Tally Hamby Hal Heath Tami Heath John Hinson Chris Irwin Buddy Laing Don Laing Jay Law Chuck Lee Lynn Lee 33 CLASS UFFICERS Presi dent- Milton Foster Vice President-Tee Gamble Secretary Treasurer- Gwen Goodman OPHOMORES Eddie Barfield Gina Barfield Twila Barry Valerie Baxter Lanny Brown R icky Carlson Mark Chambless Ellis Cosby Laura Dani el Deborah Downer Dora Lynn Downer Milton Foster Tee Gamble Victor Geer OPHOMORES Gwen Goodman Allen Graham Regina Harrison Buster Herrington Carlene Howard Darlene Howard Greg Knight Felix Lane Debra Lawerence Dale Morris Ronnie Morris Angela Newton Pam Parris Walter Perry Cal Prescott Diane Raetzel Mark Sellers David Smith Tim Spillers Cheryl Stanbury Mike Vann 36 12: A 1 ,pr ! -x V Jk- 351 me .- 1 raw- ' I , o a ' F RESHME ll! President- Mike Timmerman Vice-President- Kirk Law Secretary- Tammy Dale Treasurer- David' Brown " USF, I ,eff IE Kevin Beard Charlie Bridges David Brown Paula Busby Mi ke Cantrell Karen Carswell Susan Cherry Karen Christi e Larron Copeland Lisa Dale ' Tammy Dale Kathy Deffes Donna Dunaway Russ Ferguson FRESHME 'N ,- 38 Michael Foster Tom Fox John Green Gary Harpe Ste ve Hastey Tami Johnson D Tommy Jones Mike Kohen Mavis Lark Kirk Law Ti m Lee James McGarity Susan McMath Tony McPherson Teri Nati on Priscilla Parker Bob Paul Jerry Perkins Mae Raetzel Duanne Reese Melonnie Rhodes Tim Taylor Jeanne Tedford Mike Timmerman Lamar Wills Joan Wise Mac Wishard bk. Q if' n, ,ffl , 1111 ,Rx ,,.. l -is .J lij ve?'5f my-s 'Na is I 0 st, his 5, -li-, , C. - X..-1. :a'2us.. --.2' :Gif E' :ENE x,.-.a::: z :"',EEEEEz ! EEZ: .Af 45 Q Ii ix u a: rx I Ti in 3, 'Int iff' rj 'it Eg xt Siam - Essen' I-,-... ..,.. if qu! 13 1 1. 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M J v 1 'S gg 49, e. .zfg Ula ' r Fig, .: . .. ,, nf ' 4 4 KN 'ETLJN 1- 43 EIGHTH G11 DE Greg Garland Bob Geer Kevin Giles Gina Harpe Misey Hartin Pam Hayes Rex Herrington Charlotte Hooks Cheryl Hopkins Kirk Horne Faye Howard Tammy Hufstetler Carene Johnson Linda Johnson Sheryl Joiner Kenny Kennedy Howard Kennedy John Leach Bennie Miller Laurie Nlc Lendon fear 44 I 'Q 1 Russ Odem Tommy Parris Cindy Powell Karen Price Wade Pritchard Tim Ragan Tom Ragan Jeffery Roberts Lisa Rogers Carol Ann Sellers Jody Sellers Pam Speir Greg Speir Ricky Stewart AI Timmerman Andy Trotter Robin Walker John Wiggins' Stuart Wiggins Karen Wise N T-2133 45 SEVE TH GRADE Ralph Chambless Robert Charnbless Rachel Cherry Tod Cook Candace Collier Harrel Copeland Ginger Dale David Garland Tim Gay Lisa Hamby Dee Hammond Ed Haynes Allen Ingram Ken Laing Tammy Laing 1 - X . 4 .1 gl ,.f .W K ,ua - CX ff' QNX '17 ' if I A f n ii L' - f" lf. r' Q -I 'Galle Q A N ,,,..,5 i - , fl H44 14 tk. 22.3 X Q 46 Y" ',p- ii Lynn Lawrence Linda Mackey Gay McPherson Kim Miller Vanessa Newton Al Nichols Lynn Peeler Lisa Perkins Mary Rizzardi Ronald Roland Billy Sellers Patty Sellers Luke Sm ith Billy Timmerman Tami Wheeler Gina Wiley Donald Hartin Margaret Horne Donald Helms Kenneth Johnson Melissa Kennedy Lisa Knight Edward Lee 'Tony Lee Sanford Mackey Wendy Marshall Cindy McDonald Malanie Moore Beverly Morris Lisa Nicholson Artie Odem SIXTH GRADE Holly Parker Ricky Paul Beth Peeler Angel Perry Kevin Phillips Keith Slocumb Tina Speir Walter Sti ltner Terri Wills Joy Wi Iey Wendy Watson Bill Walker Tod Wadri p Tom my Wade U IOR HIGH TRI-HI-Y ' OFFICE RS: Jody Sellers- President Carene Johnson- Vice President Tina Barfield- Secretary Stacey Beaty- Treasurer Donna Digby- Chaplain e l MEMBERS: ' Kim Miller Teresa Bondurant Tammy Hufsteller Peggy Cooper Tami Wheeler Selena Brown Sherry Barfield Linda Johnson Gay McPherson Candace Collier Vivian Baxter Pam Foster Lisa Hamby - Vanessa Newton Gina Harpe Carol Ann Sellers Linda Mackey Patti Sellers Pam Hayes Karen Price Charlotte Hooks Faye Howard Lynn Lawrence Tammy Laing Lynn Peeler Tina Barfield Stacey Beaty Jody Sellers Donna Digby Carene Johnson 51 UNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADER Patty Sellers Carol Ann Sellers Candace Collier Mary Rizzardi Stacey Beatv Selena Brown U IOR HIGH FOOTB LL Bennie Nliller, Robert Chambless, Ray Brown, David Garland, Stuart Wiggins, Greg Garland, Nlilce Ti mrnerman, Al Nichols, Ricky Stewart, Kirk Law, Kenny Kennedy, John Leach, Kevin Beard, Tommy Parris, Al Timmerrnan, Russ Ode-nw, Ed Dale, Tim Ragan, John Wiggins, J.C. Daniel, Ton Ragan, Kevin Giles, Gary Harpe, Coach Daniel, Coach Golden U IOR HIGH GIRL KETB LL if Q I I ,.,, 3,1 1 i V. 191. Karen Carswell, Dora Lynn Downer, Lisa Dale, Deborah Downer, Ginger Dale, Jody Sellers, Donna Digby, Coach Beard, Susan Cherry, Terri Nation UNIOR HIGH BOYS KETB LL l l Nlilce Cantrell, Kevin Beard, Jerry Perkins, Fd Dale, Tim Ragan , John Leach, Coach Daniel, Mark Chambless, Larron Copeland, Mac Wischard, Ricky Carlson, Tony lVlcPherson, Buster Herrington, Cal Prescott, Greg Knight 53 IBR Y A STA ann, 2 ',J"' g,. A!! ,,,. NT JUNIOR HIGH SCENES Q 55 fe M- - x X f 'sf' alll!! - , E i - in-QP" ' .an-.gf-:nr -n A L' 4 Q gawk 'K ,W S J Y' ' ,..-s415S7?22' ' - f .W id?-1 f " 5:2-i'.,l,x'ii IA K f-ew QQ ,SM . .Lulu x -1- L ,ff 5. F551 -- ,, AQ iii A 13f li' gg fm? . ,Li N ii' Y? r' , ' --I g J -LX .1491 Q.. 's . 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Brown Vicki Chambless Lee Coll i er Elanor Cooper Bubba Deffes Donna Fowler ' Lisa Fridell Cheri Fryer Tony Hobbs Angie Lamon 'I'l1om Marshall Robin McLeod Liw wg-arf' 1154! 5 me e as it im M-45 15.1 Debbie Odom Linda Parris Lori Prescott Nancy Sellers Jill Speir Michael Spillers John Ward Woody Watson Jimbo Wiggins SECO D GRADE Natalie Beard Tonya Bolton Brandon Bowers Robin Bozeman Tony Brannen Lisa Brooks Tommy Church Lee Daniel Cheryl Eastman Jim Faust Will Faust Mechelle Flournoy Karen Fowler Debbie Freeman Terri Gay Melanie Goolsby , '-f--.Q 'Hu' if ' " "'.f:fmn-'i1:v:g '-- ,, - V ' 1 :fi f- ' gms 1? ., ,Q -. i , '1 '. gl Y af' , 2-r on ' 1' .4 5' he ' " "2 "' ' ' -, ' l ., , -Q ' 2- X - ' ' -M fl --,-- P wi- -fe f 15 - +1?:v -' H ,wav ,r . 4.1 . 1 , 1 -, , . x , H 'ff Y - X , L- .,-- . f a 'V ,I . :J-,-., N.: w V. -132' E4 - Q53 V 2 S -1:5 :f 'rf' 'B' . q "1'V'reQf i 4:55 and ., -1 .ew Q- f .-fel, 1 N ,- i . :,,,.. 4, i gs "A y, A V viii '-'GQ'T,x,5E!'a"' 1,55 .... ' - ' . 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NE 1 --a r 'x S ,,.,. :V Q. 1 -ii Q-as L E x X 40-4 'X ,L an FIR T GRADE Scott Morris Lynn O'Ste-an David Owens David Peeler Greg Rayburn Woody Speir Tim Stewart Dennis Strickland Patricia Theel Michele Vanderlaan Maria Wheeler Tyrone Wheeler Steve Williams Chuck Wills Tony Wills Kim Woolbright 68 . - " I I F - nk-an Y L ,J . 5 "2 7 ' 'l -V 'aww ,A -,,,,,, .7' ",,,1,i .fini ' Win ' ' Y- ' 5' ff' is ' 1 f Lg :jk A "f':i. i I " A ' E141 Ng we .. , K s --.1 .2 :ev u v, , 5 f ' 7? I , V' -g 7" . Y! ' " , - 33 Fa ' f ' ' Y 53117 'X 'Q L' g 6 ' ,Q f ,Q . xv ' I k- fi 5 ' 4 " eta, 'L --R-2:2 2. V . T1 l - " gf-1 , 24515 il fiis? - 'i if ,, mire? ' f '- 'eii i-?Jigi'f1f W - ,- , W , f - -f f . wpf,v32,?gf?il:?-.N A k 1. .K ,,. gif .15 f Aa' 22:3 fuffzf, mg a - gmfszffh- -E Q: A 42,2-gffefiifgff figgiiiifiisfi 1 zfygfgf fb J-1' .,- i:s'M2l-in efafzfkf 'I-'ifw -- 3 iisiqfri- +12 'L 2 kb-37-f . -ffl P 551'-' 55.-'Q af - Q- fn' inf' . N 2. ,-A L -, ' 'JF '5.,'1""1 ei 5-. J' A x ' -Q 5 - ' ' ...Ziff 1-Q-,,'gv1"Q.ZwY'--f"1', ff , 121 ,, - f ., , - .,:, , , fzkfgasaig iagrqki-Ef5geg ,t -5 ,Ji 14 Q-.5 1 X X 4- o A-N 4 'i"ff v-Q -- HY s"W' QQQWI 'TW' of QQ' . I3 1? est ' J 41' 4 .1 9 ily' .x ,. X X 'x- I 35 , H' V nit s- Q f J. Q 5' if 'V fri Yi + '- R 3.35 x .x 1' HN 6 f 1 Y rs 'Bruin ig , 4 5 , -'FP f .X I z wi. if- lfe' 5 ,' A 2 3:53 I i. 'i 'ffl xg ,.,' . . 0 ' a -,.. , -. .- ,. ga.. 0,0 X 'z x I ll -rf. .- ' ,., . f ff Q, l . 9 1' . J ,L . f - x vs Eg amanda ca, J l 0 Q l A 21 Lee Collier-Costume Contest Winner - 1 1 - . ,A . .1 .W ,i.-,.-, vw,-..V- ' v -.ips ,. l E Ai Hass The Halloween Carnival is the highlight of the Ele- mentary School festivities. Sponsored by the T.A.P as the principle money-raising event of the year, it wasa tremendous success. 71 'zgiiff KI DERGARTE Mark Atherton Sonya Barfield Rhonda Baxter Donita Bridges Bubba Cagle Jay Chambless John Collier Phoebe Conway GiGi Deffes Maria Donaldson Douglas Fincher Erica Francis April Hamby Walt Harrell Rhonda Hicks Sandi Hill Donald Holley Leigh Kilpatrick Z W Jrgux, Ill! THE AQUILA We, the members of the 1974 75 Aqunla staff, present the SIGNS OF THE TIMES Throughout Its fave years of exnstance Terrell Academy has changed In many ways faculty students, currlcullum, and bulldmgs To acknowledge the progress we have made durmg We hope as you glance through thus yearbook you wnll become aware ofthe Signs of De velopment and Growth We also hope you wall see the S ugns of Frlendshlps and Together ness that are a vital part of our school this time, we have shown many of these memorable moments. V X-. . Diana Baxter- Business Manager N I '-ge xx-is Eg s ff- su' X 1 i gf P 'lfi' W' Ng' :gpg ' fs. V Q ,, whiz. N giegg fgi i, il VL T Q A K C y 1 ' 135-,g pilman andie ltggeitj Co-Editors ln!-' .,-we--" 17, H f . . , 7 -:fi Myra Gamble- Copy Editor f fl-5 , Q M- f,:'5:3'e 1, e 'N , f-le., r Lg ' ' ' f1Deborah Pe H- Y . 'igflapy Editor H 'FeyL.Brixj1sqn- Club Editor fn, L 1 -i H 77, TRI-HI-Y I President - Mica Bayne Chaplin - Kathy Mack Vice President - Susie Kirby Publicity Chairman - Deborah Peavy Secretary - Linda Ann Spilman Community Projects - Ellyn Powell Treasurer - Becky West School Projects - Debbie Dillard .i ,Y L an new Carey Brinson, Louann Digby, Becky West, Tami Heath, Cheryl Stanbury, Susan Beaty, Debra Carlson, Genie Fiveash, Becky Dunaway, Susan Salter, Susie Kirby, Donna Dunaway, Gwen Goodman, Laura Steadham, Pam Parris, Linda Ann Spliman, Twila Barry, Laurie Miller, Mae Raetzel, Debbie Dillard, Diane Raetzel, Valerie Bexter, Mica Bayne, Kathy Mack, Karen Carswell, Angela Newton, Ellyn Powell, Deborah Peavy, Darlene Howard, Dora Lynn Downer 79 - i Advisor - Mrs. Brim Fi! . Y K To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and com munity high standards of Christian character. , Fx 5 k E., , - HI-Y sith McRee, Hal Ragan, Roger McLendon, John Hinson, Mark Sellers, Mark Wiggins, Hal Heath, ,iomas Maloney, Keith Chandler, Chris Irwin, David Smith, Ellis Cosby, Tom Fox it X XX ,-xx 'x ate, maintain, and throughout the home, , and community high rds of Christian char- 81 X Advisor - Johnny Golden H 82 f A "v, 1 hx 'K E TALO The purpose of the "Talon" is to report terest to all students, and report news accurately and interestingly. SX ' 7? f P 'r -1-":1'1 t Advisor - Nlrs. Harris Spf Swift Editor - Susie Kirby Co-Editor -'Diana Baxter Carey Brinson, Linda Ann Spilman, Carole Smith Gina Barfield, Becky Helms, Valerie Baxter 83 school activities, provide feature of in- STUDE T COUNCIL The purpose ofthe Terrell Academy Student Council is to strengthen the relations be- tween the students. This is ac- complished by meetings held monthly, in which we discuss the problems which have arisen and try to find solutions. H l OFFICERS President- Jimmy Elder Secretary- Cal Prescott Vice President- Chuck Lee Treasurer- Lisa Dale Cal Prescott, Kathy Mack, Jimmy Elder, Susan Beaty, Chuck Lee, Mr. Tom Church - Advisor Debbie Dillard, Jerry Perkins, Donna Dunaway, Hal Ragan, Twila Barry 84 ',. H0 OR SUCIETY Advisor - Mrs. Lindler Mark Sellers Debbie Dillard Debbie Stiltner Angela Newton Mark Wiggins David Smith Roger McLendon Laurie Miller MEMBERS Juanita Jones Mica Bayne Chuck Lee LouAnn Digby Cal Prescott Guinn Goodman Jimmy Elder Cheryl Stanbury Debra Carlson Becky West Deborah Peavy Dianne Raetzel Keith McRee Greg Stewart President - Debra Carlson Vice President - Roger McLendon Secretary - Laurie Miller Treasurer - Debbie Dillard Chaplain - Debbie Sti ltner The purpose of the National Honor So- ciety is to create en- thusiasm for schol-Q arship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership and to de- velop character in the students of American secondary schools. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIEYY I 5 '2 A Vs LW LETTER CLUB The Purpose ofthe Letter Club is to offer athletic service to the school, to better the ath- letic program, to build school spirit, and to encourage athlet- ic participation. PE Advisors - Don Beard and Don Daniel Wi Ll rl l 86 ,, iiiwitm .1 ,- " . R . is in Fm: Jig Va Q 4 W1-1 , 2- qcsaek.. ,HVAF usb i , , X fr: , Wyse fr -,P -, We -,. Aft, s AL. :A EAGLES Mark Wiggins, Roger McLendon, Dana Lewis, Glenn Davis, Linda Ann Spilman, Debra Carlson, Lynn Lee, Carol Mc Lendon, Carey Brinson, Laura Steadham, Keith McRee, Greg Knight, John Hinson, Cal Prescott, Hal Ragan, Keith Chandler, Lanny Brown, Buster Herrington, Ronnie Morris, Ricky Carlson, Chuck Lee, Thomas Maloney, Mike McPherson, Jimmy Elder, Kathy Mack, Susan Beaty, Laurie Miller, Cheryl Stanbury, Mica Bayne, Carole Smith, Denise Dunaway, LouAnn Digby, Twila Barry, Joy Kennedy, Genie Five ash, Becky Dunaway President - Glenn Davis Project Chairman: Vice President - Keith Chandler Mark Wiggins Secretary - Debra Carlson Chuck Lee Treasurer - Mica Bayne 87 PEP CLUB KS W., V n-up-na ' nan-I I 1...-A ggiuari President - Chris Irwin Vice President - Angela Newton Second Vice President - Jody Sellers Secretary-Treasurer - Dianne Raetzel Publicity Chairman - Venessa Newton Parliamentari an - Carene Johnson The purpose of the Pep Club is to promote school spirit. 88 5' 5 o f Advisor - Mrs. Kay Barfield pf? 0 ide, .gli Bu nf . 1:5-inf. this. . , . .,,, , m., 12.1 +5e,,, I PM ,ski V '-,4 ga:ef":"T-ffrefw, - Jiri" V .-. Y.. l ii- - ' if 24.4 ee, 4., wp- - ..,,.. .-.Q ----CL Keith Sloccumb, David Cohen, John Clark, Donald Helms, Artie Odem, Tracy Bridges, Kevin Philips, Alan Graham, David Smith, Twila Barry, Cheryl Stanbury, Jimmy Bridges, Billy Timmerman, Cindi Powell, Gina Harpe, Rachel Cherry, Lynn Lawrence, Kim Miller, Carolyn Cherry, Gina Barfield, Darlene Howard, Diane Raetzel, Laura Daniel, Todd Wardrip, Edward Lee, Joy Wiley, Windy Watson, Mitzi Harpe, Carol Ann Davis, Jody Sellers, Donna. Digby, Linda Johnson, Karen Price, Beth Peeler, Mae Raetzel, Tammy Johnson, Alice Brown, Robin Walker, Tammy Hufstetler, Peggy Cooper, Selina Brown, Carol Ann Sellers, Stacey Beaty, Mary Riz- zardi, Patty Sellers, Candace Collier, Malanie Moore, Fae Howard, Tammy Wheeler, Angela Newton, Gay McPherson, Gina Wiley, Tammy Laing, Margaret Horne, Ginger Brown, Carene Johnson, Ginger Dale, Pam Foster, Lisa Knight, Tonita Barnes, Venessa New- ton, Dee Hammond, Lisa Hamby, Linda Mackey ' ' I V? ' ' ' fa , Q1 fix' :'f.:iv?'5"-V--.f"',,'a-if . 'fa' " ' N e- V ,, ' ' ' 2 ' 4' Q ' 2211 k-D :D " if CDL, FBL Plra S, fix i uruns! 3 usmess 1 EAQAERS mEmcA Q Among the many purposes ofthe F.B.L .A .', a few include to create more interest in the world of business occupation, to develop character, and strengthen confidence in the young people and their work. Q9 Advisor - Mrs. Goff . fi' .aissizn l' '55 President - Cindi Jgnes Secretary-Treasurer - Lynn Lee , Vice President - Diana Baxter R9P0l'tel' ' Juanita JONES -1-.114 A ' 4. -Q Vx, K .. vf-V f .H-I, r '- '- - ' f"S3L!QiYn .Qy i35:'f?2:l .- rL.f.A'x,".- ,El ' dx.. L" f ' A 5 T fi K , F 4 1 - A 1, - R F " . 115' 'li ,1 ' n-,Q 'I 1 " , 1-' AE. N-i Dnana Baxter, Clndl Jones, Laura Haynes, Lynette Coxwell, Karen Carswell, Paula Busby, Juanita Jones, Lynn Lee, Carol ,- . Nc MASQ, ig ' , V2 - .ef N L 91 if 'EJ 6 so v FUTURE TE CHER OF AMERICA President - Susan Beaty Vice President - Kathy Mack Secretary - Carole Smith Treasurer - Debra .Carlson Program Chairman - Gwin Goodman Projects Chairman - Susie Kirby The purpose of F.T.A . is to develop the be- ginnings of professional attitudes, to provide an opportunity to work with children so that members may realize potential satisfaction in teaching and to cultivate ualities of leader- jhip, character, and schollarship among stu- ents. 92 ? 3 is S lsliiff Advisor - Mrs. Tompkins xii V7.4-n, . Y Lg -53:--4 1 Ceara nlrl f Q W , - -we ' Y: ' N A Q., ' , E --.way-.Q V ' .1'4,,'Usg!-'I-Q G4 -,- - v- ,,.r-- .n. . x --L. ,' uu..Q ES' ...A-P 'fx-I-I-n., - - "-"', p-u-n. an as ,, . ,. v-I"',g . 'I-u .9-I -"I, v- ' A . -nu, . f I I' 2,f:,fn-nm '21-1 "', ,.,,,,nu'll 'H 1' ..'.-.p..l.J 4 . ."..,'n:el. y-X0 ,n ' ' ' ' . leak.-'f ' 'I' V llEMBERS: Susie Kirby, Susan Beaty, Debra Carlson, Cheryl Stanbury, Linda Ann Spilman, Kathy Mack, Gwen Goodman, Pam Parris, laurie Miller, Genie Fiveash, Mica Bayne, Valerie Baxter, Twila Barry, Carole Smith 93 V' FRENCH CLUB President - Becky West Vice President - Myra Gamble Secretary-Treasurer - Gwin Goodman Chaplain - David Smith The purpose of the French Club is to create more interest in our foreign language department. f Advisor - Nlrs. Hathcock 94 6. .ra nfwi ' I S . . . X: , . V..-. X . , x V : V lx x l'i.1's- XL1 ., l tn?-+1 N ,f , J -AIAA. ry, ,' .. .Nw IX f. ' f , ' L" L. A' 'Y .' ' W ,. Q ' '- fhbifkgn. if 'ia -i '2L 5i.,. f -' X . ' A ' f X, hy, 5- '- I 71 Mx j',xqL,.?Xx fb, ,,, 1 , 4, , v - ,' '. , b .Q ,,.. ,- -vw" - J ,x-,. .-,! gm. QC .' . , . ,Q , ,, 1 ,, E ' gh Q . 1 an I .fn H5 f Q. ' ' 1v:3N MIM Al' W' 551 if 12:55 Q- X .5 an .L-vw ,N V. V .Q 1 , fi - . n X P. I 5- .FM 'Q , in. 9' X x X 1, . N I D r vw: X 'S WR B 23.3 4 g if ' I 1 1 FOOTB LL 19 4 Coach Donald Beard Coach Jerry Bowers DON BEARD DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR 1974 FOOTBA LL SCHEDULE AUG. 30 ROBERT TOONIBS . . . . . . . . . l-lOlVlE SEPT. 6 BROOKWOOD ........... E Thomasville SEPT. 13 WESTFIELD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Perry SEPT. 20 DEERFIELD . . ......... . . . HOlVlE SEPT. 27 BEECHWOOD lHomecomingJ. . . . HOME ocT. 4 PINEVVOOD. . . ..... Belleville OCT. 11 RIVERVIEW .... . . . . . Albany OCT. 18 SOUTHLAND .... . . . .... Americus OCT. 25 RAVENVVOOD . . . ............ HOME NOV. 1 S.VV. GA ........ . . . . . . HOlVlE 98 R BACKS: David Brown, Wesley Brown, Hal Ragan, IVIark Wiggins, Ricky Carlson, Ronnie Morris, Buster Herrington, Lanny Brown, and Coach Jerry Bowers. MANAGERS: Russ Ferguson and Jerry Perkins. 1 5 Jim my Elder, TA Eagles most valuable player, scored the first- touchdown of the 74 season in the home- coming upset of Beechwood, 1 . vi" XFX, 1' .. . , -.. ssl- 3 .,. 'vu .A ff -2 , fl-Q-Pl JVM'-ff gf' o- 9 U V! T:-.FIU if ,-.Q f . 1 4 .wk V i 1, .X, A I 4 J , xy wk :Z .sm - Yig is ' V f ' v-9:4 - ll- l 1 L is LINENIEN Thomas Maloney, Keith Chandler, Cal Prescott Mark Sellers, Jumrny Elder, Nluke Chambles, Chuck Lee, Bob Paul, Tum Lee Chris Irwin, Tom Fox, Muke Cohen, Nl: ke McPherson, and Coach Donald Beard e if E L24 ali R- L '-iz? PQEEQ if iii?-. mf, -4 ,. fb my SLP Q , 5:4 ,af - . ,gl new . W- e.S...s glkire, . an rf'-491, , fs J rf.rQC3 E517 ff? ' ' Mew 5,15 ff 'L 'ZF ,eg-'aff-5 - ,mm-J ' Laffy "VH r es' '- 2 page ,esw eww ia' . ei, -, .asv -,. 1,2 -wr. 'wilbef' ifg . maj? ,, 5- - if , 75, , sf uni ek , 4 ' HO ECOMINC Q EE 19 4 K THY M CK H0 ECOMINC CO RT 1974 4 , .-.gn .v I V ,, Q , 1 44. . ,. is: F. Ach.. 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M, . ..,,.,,Eu,' a ,V .Z 5 I ,. , i . Y 'iugriasg ,Qi 'Fail 4,5 ,' '1 i .I W 4 ' 1X1 . Y ,. W- ff A J Cindy Jones Escorted by lVlr. Earl Jones 4' Q 4? R rrrs 1 1 is-rig - Q 1 It 2 Genie Fiveash Escorted by lVlr. lVlike Fi veash Debra Carlson Escorted by !Vlr. Glen Carlson 4 F -r" cz R T K Sv ' is ww'--.T "HJ, is V V ' Kathy Ivlaclc Escorted Becky West Escorted by Mr. Wood Marshal by lVlr. Bill West ff ei- I' tm. J SV., fin.- S1-113 as..- X -4 M325 I XT' i 1. .1 Y J w : ,h y . ss? wr fx it A 1' xijgfgd k . ,. 112 Q fnfxsiy 'wr T 4 'mg' Wy ,. f -N V nf, 4 -f . ba K5 -25535. . Qwffbh' ,, : ""f n4Qi 533-393. Q43-3,,.' ' . ,. X J Av g vr ' 1 ff W L. '.'55'f5j1" . 1 14 'V , ,?H5fIi3'?.' . 3. " zfg.1: .,- ' .S ' iff ' " 15: Y, A' '?T3l'1? '- Y' 15, " ' 3 .. s-S5121-.-'gf " ,Wg .gk lf. ,-7 H. 131. , x 67 if F7 I u' Psvgw 'za . 1 fp Q, TR' in . 'r fi 13. , A U. .f. F XA' , Rx 5: c. JI v Q und A ..- :V 3 H 1' "1 BOYS BASKETBALL 1974-7 5 106 DL Roger Nlc Lendon Q-sf Glen Davis u in ,pf-1 E-5 1 JR, a Q f QV ff x AAL, xi Wi of fi- i' 3 +0910 s! I --pf -d X jl 1 .14- ,g, gg em- L:- f 54- fgisiif-IV' 4 5-Z K if -f X T X . ' x ,IA- .-if xx' kan 'L' A f J fp Q X tg,-Q25 H.e.-5. ,gpggl Fifi' W e 1 1 ,-Ig " I f ' .ac-Q sci. f 11 . jf-1. . W.. L' X. V, azz.. , ., .. A ' f-P 619 1' Z I Y RFI- 'M- ff? xt 5 'U 5 . Q ir I A Q., 1 -'-'Tig 5,55 .,p,,, X In B is A 1g4L 15 1-f' U 1 F5-if Q- . Y 1 ry 5 J 5 5 -. Q 4 fa 1 .A Qfix iv M if-1 K S P ff, ig N v "Yi 5 n f uf '3"""g 1 f" f I if r' F ' . Q..- f - ku. iw ,V ,ff Q .- f 1 --5-- ' 1 . 4 xv 3 .mtv . I-.. . .--nw e I ,- '. 2 1 , L -H " ,V f . x 155. 1 3 3, V v T' 'H . - ,gg in L i 1: ii-3 ' 'Thin . 'Lf L5 9. 3' . A ' V' 4211. 33' I. Jin., A .., fm.. M f, I E95 5 - ' L. 31. 4 np-4 GIRLS BASKETBALL 1974-75 1 'mask' 9. H- C ch Beard and Senior Players ' ' LP. LLL Ii' WN ' QL' li if Q M. S I.. ' J .W .Law-' V I g K thy NI I D b Carls n Genie Fiveash I 5? IN 6 d eg L E y Dunaway Donna Du y L St dha 111 5.2 Q.-we--f 'E , , ,V R 1 - MANAGEQS-Joy Kennedy, Natalie E xr' ll i Q 51,232 Rl gg? 0 7fi?x A-N.-. D I f -A - Carol IVlCLendo:1 Deborah Downer Denise Dunaway Dora Lynn Downer . Ni N 5, ngivqf I L U 9' C gk, 'Wg ig fn.. , IA ra I ffl - t -:.."'Z ....- --,,L::,xgu.:.:-1371 -- - ' --- .-,wr ..,f....,.JmW-vuvv .- . i .ne Sf 4.6. .. za- uni .,, :ui -V "4 n ,- Q63-..Yi' " 1 f-A-414125-12-Ve-.+--f Aug. - v4r-'M-nun-u-W4-. x . . in 6 5 E N-"'.,4"' 'Gia' 5 I ' '-4 E HQ ,fr fr' 'T I if? wr? ' 'YW' , J 'fr ' , s 5 ww 4 ' -. - 'fr Q 5. EQ 1 n i ' 1 T4 Q W Terri Nation, Karen Carswell, Susan Cherry, Lisa Dale Lisa Liggins, Louann Digby, Lynn Lee 113 EB LL 19 5 Apr 1 r 4 r 5 r 1 r 1 pr 15 Apr 18 Apr 21 Apr 22 Apr 25 Apr 29 May 1 Nlay 6 rn Leach, Tim Ragan lMgr.i, Kenny Kennedy lMgr.i, Ed Dale, Jerry Perkins Coach Donald Beard, Greg Knight, Greg Stewa -rk Wiggins, Keith McRee, Keith Chandler, Roger Mc Lendon, Kevin Giles, Ricky Carlson, Coach Don Daniel, Gene Haines, e Morris, Cal Prescott, Glenn Davis, Dana Lewis, Buster Herrington, Thomas Maloney Ap - ' - T' Ap - - H Ap l - . . - T Ap 2 - - H A 1975 Schedule Fullmgton Deerfield Smithville S W Ga Glenwood - Riverview - - Southland - - Fullington - Deerfield - - Ravenwood - S.W. Ga - Riverview Southland - Home were ome iere ome There Home Tiere Home Twere Home Home T were ' fini ,Ls iw Pai, Y A rf .. 1- ,x. w-Q -V 'lt fl fr! f .. fr -un - : .9-. nu . , - -, .- .. V ., , Vf V ,,,.-Hx--S ---Q.----1 ' S5 . 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Official Association, l 'll CHEERLEADERS- Carole Smith and Susan, Beaty were presented gifts from Mrs. Jones for the great job they had done cheering for the Eagles, Carole was Captain and Susan was chosen Cheerleader of the Year, 119 , 1 1 I f. mf3F2' ! 11 21 z til la? :na s LR 5 ' ' 4 'A V .xv LITEBQ. i - 5,17 ,.,, 1 Y. -- - "ff'Q::'S'?Q?ifgN'-Q. 1-15--V.-., .-,l'I"':"--- Y ,. 'va fm' 'U A 'ff :fm W QQ .-. 1 5 . 3 if. : QQ, E3 'Fifa , in 259 ig -' lf: . A-if -if .' -f,-ff,.-v,- -5 1 7. . 2:1 'A '- '- A .. L 5 , .4 A . ,Q L :, 'FH L. 1 gif? f ' w . 2 f A 1 , 4 ,D .,..,-..,.J..- ..,,, . N. A - Q X , N ' A A .J aiu. 'K - ' "' , .. -S Y., nf 2 si- ' 'H"iif:-f73?r?WES A Q x v '- U Q55 1' rr Nfgqfi 'Qi 6 - -' V' mf gp-,g 1 Ag ng: 1,5 i vcr p 4 Eg, X H' . " ,A T ' 1 . S f ' Q- . , 42 A' 1"f 4- . r ,bv . : V- 1 ,I ' 5 - .. X 4 ' 4? , VN, gf K x ,Nw-2 1.-V: 111 , si K lr ' . , 1 Os x R ' P F . W , 1 W x x 4 5 1 ' 5 Q- u '1. 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F: F . , , gg -,V V I A t Y ' . if , ggi as Sig? - ' 'P I " X' T Roger Mc Lendon, Star Student, presents Star Teacher Award Co-Editors of the Aquila, Linda Ann Spilman and Rebecca We to Mrs. Emily Lindler present Dedication to Mrs. Laura West. 4E"'Z'l i!"I1 fs' eil X rm, fi-if lf- 1 ,xl , ,f-M1 J-' I yljl l, fiilift fl il Yi ,Vu El' .fi , 5 ig-xii' .. f A N :gb X, ,q , '.' Q : ii' if Y ' Q' : ff 25 HONOR STUDENTS: Kathy Mack, Debra Carlson, Jimmy Elder, Rebecca West, Juanita Jones, Roger Mc Lendon, Lauren Everett, Carole Smith. Juanita received the B84PW Scholarship, . , 'ii J ' t , . .W Hi? L, 1 ii 1 gi? 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A t W M 11, .. .., 51 PV 'ES J, X.L CR UATIO L- fi Kathy IVlack-Cum Laude, Debra Carlson-lvlagna Cum Laude, Juanita Jones-Cum Laude, Jimmy Elder-Cum Laude, Roger Nlc Lendon-Nlagna Cum Laude, Rebecca West-Summa Cum Laude, Lauren Everett-Cum Laude, Carole Smith-C um Laude, lVliIce lVlCPherson, Donna Baxter, Genie Fiveash, Carol Mc Lendon, Carolyn Deal, Susan Beaty, Cindi Jones, Tim Senn, Don Baldwin, Charlie Smith, Andy Moore, Glenn Davis, Dick Askew, Jeff O'Hearn, Dana Lewis, Bruce Laviner, Trisha Ivlims, Denise Dunaway, Laura Haynes, Suzanne Kirby, lVlyra Gamble, Linda Ann Spilman, Joy Kennedy, Lynette Coxwell, Diana Baxter, - l SENIORS PREPARE TO IVIARCH IN, DEBRA CARLSON AND REBECCA WEST LEAD IN I :T lui. ,- X L A v I i x H I If v Si : az I ' 5 I 5 3 ' ff I 1' 3 DEBRA CARLSON, MAC-NA Culvu LAOOE, GIVES THE KATHY MACK, CUM LAUOE, SINOS THE SOLO, "1'LL INVOCATION. , WALK WITH GOD", COACH BEARD ASSISTED IN AWARDINO OIPLOMAS, 357 I ' ' A - I - -i , E E. -A A I f 12-15 Il I V A ' - , ' , I . ,L ,.,, My A 'Y 1. .v . f L.. E Th: 35,5 ,Q : , ls: I 'A I H , " A . 4 rs . X fi 5 E' X , inf, A522 A 5 ROGER IVICLENDON, SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENT AND IVIAGNA CUIVI LAUDE, GIVES THE WELCOME AND CLASS HIGHLIGHTS. T A C REBECCA WEST, SUMMA CUM LAUDE, INTRODUCES THE SPEAKER. THOMAS O, MARSHALL, JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS, GIVES THE COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS, THOMAS D. CHURCH, HEADMASTER, AWARDS DIPLO MAS. f' Q 1 4 A X 1 ,- . Y VIK 3 ,,, X - Q U i i F l JIMMY ELDER, STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT AND CUNI LAUDE GIVES THE BENEDICTION. IS.. , " . 5. SiS l SE IOR DIRECTORY Richard Tally Askew - Paper Staff 4, Donald Lockett Baldwin - Paper Staff 45 Latin Club 1, Diana Lynn Baxter - Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4: Historian 35 FB LA 3,4: Vice President 45 Library Club l,2,3,45 Yearbook Staff 3,4: Favorites Editor 3, Business Manager 45 Paper Staff 4: Co-Editor 84 Business lVlanager5 Trio alt. 35 Literary typing 1,2,3,4: 3rd place 3, lst place 4. Donna Raye Baxter - Library Club 3,45 Yearbook 3,4: Class Editor5 Basketball 25 Band 1, Susan Kay Beaty - FTA 1,2,3,4: Chaplain 1, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, President 45 Student Council 4: Vice President 45 Tri- Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 Cheerleader 3,45 Trio 3,45 Typing alt., 35 Senior Class Secretary5 Homecoming Court5 Letter Club5 45 Pep Club 3,45 French 45 Basketball 15 Miss TA. Debra Edith Carlson - Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3,45 Student Council 35 FTA 1,2,3,4: Chaplain 3, Treasurer 45 Honor Society 3,4: President 45 Latin Club 1,2: Secretary 1 84 25 French Club 3,45 Letter Club 3, 4: Secretary 45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Homecoming Court, Lynette Coxwell - FBLA 3,4, Glenn Eugene Davis - FTA 25 Letter Club 1,2,3,4: President 3 84 45 Paper Staff 45 Baseball 2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,4, Carolyn Louise Deal - FB LA 3,4, Denise Dunaway - Letter Club l,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,4, James Truitt Elder - Student Council 4: President 45 Letter Club 2,3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Paper Staff 45 Letter Club 2,3,4: Trea- surer 35 Good Citizen 45 Mr, TA5 One Act Play Crew, Lauren Rae Everett - Tri-Hi-Y 45 Spanish Club 25 Letter Club 15 Freshman Class Vice President 15 Paper Staff 1, Eugenia Frankie Fiveash - Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3,45 FTA 1,45 Letter Club 3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,4, Myra Lee Gamble - Tri-Hi-Y 1,25 FTA 2,3,45 Language 1,2,3,42 Yearbook Staff 4, Laura June Haynes - Debate Club 25 FBLA 45 Pep Club 3, Juanita Jo Jones - FBLA 3,45 Chairman 3, Reporter 45 Honor Club 45 Latin Club l,2,35 Paper staff 3, Cynthia Faye Jones - FBLA 1,2,3,4: Chaplain,3, President 45 FTA 1,25 Latin Club 1,25 Tri-Hi-Y 15 Basketball 15 Literary shorthand 3: 4th place5 Homecoming Court. Joyce Gail Kennedy - Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 Letter Club 3,45 Basketball Manager 3,4, Suzanne Kirby - Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4: Treasurer 3, Vice President 45 FB LA 35 FTA 4: Project Chairman5 Yearbook Staff 35 Paper Staff 3,4: Feature Editor 3, Editor 45 One Act Play 3,45 lst place 4, Bruce King Laviner - Hi-Y Letter Club 2,35 Paper Staff 45 Foot- ball 1,2, Dana Eli Lewis - Hi-Y l,2,3,45 French Club 1,2,35 Letter Club 3, 45 Baseball 3,45 Golf l,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,4, Kathy Lynn Mack - Student Council l,2,3,45 Treasurer 1, Secretary 35 Latin Club 1,2: Vice President 1, Secretary 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3, 4: Chaplain 3,45 FTA 3,4: Vice President 45 French Club 25 Letter Club 3,45 Treasurer of Senior Class5 Homecoming Queen5 Senior Superlative5 Good Citizen5 Basketball 1,2,3,4, Trisha Gayle Mi ms - Tri-Hi-Y 45 Paper Staff 4, Andy Steven Moore - Paper staff 4, Virginia Carol Mc Lendon - FBLA 3,45 Library Club 1,25 Letter Club 45 Basketball 3,4, Roger Edwin Mc Lendon - Hi-Y 1,2,3,4: President 4, Project Chair- man 2, Secretary 35 Honor Society 2,3,4: Vice President 45 Basket- ball l,2,3,45 French Club 35 Latin Club 15 Sophomore Class Sec- retary5 Senior Class President5 Senior Superlative, ' Thomas Michael McPherson - Hi-Y 35 French Club 35 Letter Club 2,3,45 Paper Staff 35 Football 2,3,4, Jeff Mitchell O'Hearn - Letter Club 1,25 Paper Staff 45 Baseball 2, Timothy Ray Senn - French Club 3,4, Anita Carole Smith - Latin Club 15 Letter Club l,2,3,45 FTA 1,2, 3,4: Secretary 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 1,25 Paper Staff 4: Club Editor5 Soph- omore Class Vice President5 Junior Class Secretary5 Cheerleader l,2,3,45 Captain 2,3,45 Literary alt, typing 4, Charlie Lay Smith, Jr, - French Club 2,3,45 Paper Staff 4, Linda Ann Spilman - Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4: Secretary 45 FTA 1,45 Letter Club l,2,3,45 Yearbook Staff 3,4: Co-Editor 45 Paper Staff 4: Sports Editor, Rebecca Lee West - Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4: Community Project Chair- man 2, Vice President 3, Treasurer 45 Honor Club 2,3,45 FTA 15 Latin 2,35 French Club 2,3,45 President 45 Yearbook Staff 3,4: Jr, Editor 3, Co-Editor 45 One Act Play 1,2,3,4:1st place 45 Debate l,2,3,45 Extemporaneous speaking5 Oral Interpretation 4, ln! 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S I .5 I 9 . ll I' V ' ' I BELK HAGINS COMPANY Snpg 1 PERRY FEED AND SEED AND LIVESTOCK N h 995 2447 MONARCH DRY CLEANERS - oi V'H ' m D h . et ' 3 Geo 9 4 A Home of the largest and most complete department stores jf .JN .',. , urs an 1 h4,e'Qi'a'te'e'u ai' E ii I 'R V4 Dawson, G ft P' k Nlain p Street ' XR . 8, A R 5 Delive y D on G g lVlain Street Dawson Georgia 107 E. Lee Street EJ. PACE Insurance Agency Earl Pace Bill West We Insure Everything but Tomorrow telephone 995 5363 Compliments FLANDERS AND MIMS CROCERY AND MARKET dlvls ion Dawson Industries Dawson Georgia telephone Compliments 995-5458 of LOCKE'S LADIES AND WEARINC APPAREL NATION PEST CONTROL Dawson Georgia ALL SPORTS INC Compliments Oglethorpe Plaza 1 61 2 E Expressway AL MARK MILLS 118 N Washington CBetween Pine 84 Broad! Downtown Albany I Dawson lil! A , Q W Georgia fig fwiwq st"-z'.?!L Wa Il ' ' Il of . of I . A I. ,ii Wx In nh , 1 A G3 - fs -1 1 rfe Of ,, ,, -5 . , ' 'i" " ,, :pei fgjpal, , . ' ' . f fT,:5'5,rf1 -1 ', 5751.127 5, V3 g:i.rQLfwig.1 4, ark- jill!! 155 BONNIE'S BOUQUET FLORIST Flowers for All Occasions and We Deliver Them Anywhere l TERRELL CLEANERS Stonewall at Church Dawson Georgia Bronwood E in the World! Compliments of C al R SERVICE STATION Georgia Dawson STEPHENS T.V. Georgia Auf 156 Congratulations to the class of Il 75lI SASSER SEED SHELLER 0.0. Hill G . Sasser Telephone - 698-2425 e0'g'a HARRISON'S THE FOUCHE Exquisite Jewelry X BUDY Main Dawson SHOP Street Georgia . A U I WW Foucms sony sas? Johnny :,, Jones r ue gr--,sinim Manager V U VNV x Y' W A '-An? 8 Owner CompI'me ts I n Finest Menswear of for the best price B d R , CANNGNS o e air y p 5 81 10 in s.w. and painting Ga Glass 12,2 is " U Installation --is ,gl L t. t V"'a9e Tel. ogg f-I ,I , f Shoppmg 995- if -f -V Q " Center 2527 ac? ,Z if lVIain Street r j Dawson, Ga, 158 HARVEY S Village Shopping Center, Dawson, Georgia SALLIE'S LADIES SPECIALTY SHOP "The shop where you are special" IVIRS. WANDA IVI. SELLERS :H ' I ' 'STS' -J 'H If 1 L I s I ., f n : . ASSOCIATED DRUGS Village Shopping Center? Dawson Georgia 159 DAWSON MOTUR COMPANY Sales - Service Dawson O: 'f""7 x Crawford Street FOSTER TRACTOR COMPANY Tractors-Farm Equipment Combines-Peanut lnventers Roto Twillers-Lawn Nlowers- Twine-Chain Saws 995-2146 Congratulations to the Class of "75" Dawson, Georgia Dawson KE ENAN AUTO PARTS COMPANY CITY DAWSQN Compl :ments Compllments to the MIZE PRITCHETT Class of Dawson Mlm JEWELRY AND Se rvlce GIFTS Cltco Dealer d IVI Sulver Chma Crystal Buddy Rel anagel D lamonds Watches Gifts Vrllage Shopping Center Compliments BRQNWQQD BARBER SHOP Sasser FOSTE R Congratulatlons RIO STORE Congratulations to the Bronwood t0 the JONES Class GRAIN Sensor Class Telephone COMPANY 995 4565 1975 Seed drymg and Processnng Cotton Storage COLONIAL STORE OF I - of Ga. I Mr. B's Il75ll Ga. of D GA. . Ga. - . of ' of , n75n 162 'fl ry, fjfi Q is ni , ta QL' l A P MALOOFS Stonewall Street Dawson, Georgia " ' 'ff' z ,' I... . THE DAWSON NEWS To the students of Terrell Academy We Extend Our Best Wishes to Academic Achievement HIGHBAUCH HARDWARE COMPANY "Housewares and Sporting Goods, Your Electric Dealer" BANK GF TERRELL Dawson , Georgia Congratulations to the Fifth Graduating Class of Terrell Academy l,l I DAWSON CONCRETE AND SUPPLY 11th Congratulations to the Class of 1975 Avenue Phone 995 5821 of 995 5822 222,222 5o DAWSON PHILLIPS SERVICE C0n9fatU'at'0n5 Gas Onl Tnres Accessornes rom Phone 995 5428 TERRELL N Mem COUNTY Street IAYCEES Compl :ments ll75Il Dawson MOSELEY DRUG COMPANY H.D. Moseley Dawson Best Washes Class WOO DMAN S SERVICE STATION Georgia Georgia l l' 5 , as A S' RL-ff" A " .assisl 5 U R 1 - - . f 2 ' ' - of Il75II of 165 HQWARD Q. KENNEDY CUMPANY CongratuIation's to the Class of ll75ll xx' v ik, 3,9 ,0 5 E?'f f Parrott' Gffofgla Telephone: 623-2975 D Y PAY EAR STO RE EASY PAY TIRE STORE Dawson i-lfJ ,uL.4."f"r'- Georg ia DAWSON EDWARD GULF 995-2167 AND SERVICE JENNINGS 1 , .1 . 7 Ja ,,. J, . Y .. Owned 84 Operated A by, SMITH INSURANCE Dawson J.C. Wheeler AGENCY Georgia Dawson Ga. Dawson Georgia R.D. Smith , Allen Arnold SPILMAN BRICK CQMPANY 1 f Harry Spilman 2000 North Jefferson Albany, Georgia D.E. SHORT, INC. TRUCKING COMPANY Congratulations to the Class of "75" S'-""-""-'il'-J.'!"-"-1-"-3 Telephone: 698-2255 Sasser, Georgia SAVE WAY Clothing and 4.- Dawson Shoes for the , entire family. STEVENS INDUSTRIES STEVENS INDUSTRIES INC. Master Brand Seed Peanuts Master Brand Peanut Dust "That Good Fertilizer" Master Spray Master Brand Cotton Dust Master Brand Fertilizer DAWSON COTTON OIL COMPANY Dawson Cinderella Foods Georgia TERRELL COUNTY BONDED WAREHOUSE 169 ls - -fr' - 5 L 5 'WX 4 v, .-,s 'll . s 4 Q-1 "' , s X. HV- ,, V, , ,,....-...--, . I xx FARMERS MUTUAL AREHOUSE ,W I - ,, .K ' - f L," . 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