Tuscaloosa High School - Black Warrior Yearbook (Tuscaloosa, AL)
- Class of 1962
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As il in solufe Io ihe University of Alabama' s addilion of 12,000 new seals Io Denny Stadium, the Crimson Tide gridclers have become NUM-
BER ONE in ihe nalion. T.H.S. Black Bears are proud Io play lheir home games here in one of ihe liner stadiums in lhe naiion.
New this year, a parking lol lhal holds 150 cars bears mule leslimony lo the growih of lhe machine nge-T.H.S. sfudenls no longer walk lo school
Tuscaloosa High School embarks on its
second half-century in l962. The past fifty
years have brought with them more prog-
ress than the preceding five centuries, and
this breathtakingly swift alteration bewilders
many people. True, modern life poses many
new and unusual problems, but there is
nothing to be gained by fearing them. Change
is the one inevitable forcep nothing is one
moment exactly as it was the second before
lt is far better that it works in the way of
progress and improvement rather than re-
gression. Let us prepare now to serve our
country and ourselves in the years to come
Let us step forward with the hope and confi-
dence personified in President Kennedy's
Neither rain, nor split shifts, nor rotted hair that flopped dumpens the enthusiasm of the second shift Freshmen
Students and teachers of Tuscaloosa
High School have learned to take pleasure
in a wide variety of things. They enioy
dances and planned activities connected
with the school, and take advantage of
the many plays, concerts, and other fine
programs available to people living in a
university town. The simplest things de-
light them, the first flutter ot snowflakes,
or Christmas carols piped into classrooms
over the intercom. Here in their leisure
time the true living, breathing spirit ot
Tuscaloosa High School is captured.
Cheerleaders posed on a iungle gym, in a public park adiacent to
the campus ol T.H.S., are honored by the BLACK WARRIOR lor the
important port they have played in our school lite.
Assistant Principal Gallman makes an excellent target for a snowball inthe
unexpected January snowstorm greeted gleefully by students and toachers??
With 925 boys and 945 girls, this situation does not happen often
a girl surrounded by baysl
A suppressed desire is linally realized by fhese Lalin Club members
who view lhe world lrom lhis vantage poinf-lhe ledge of our building.
Work on Homecoming adivijies, as well as lhe lun parl, will be remem-
bered londly by Senior girls, who in lhe lulure grow naslalgic aboui high
sc ool days Junior Talenl Show brings lorih a slrange and inleresling assorlmeni
of falenl. Here, "Bo Diddley's Chillun" are ready lo go on siage.
Civic-minded band members provide music lorihededicaiion ol a new suburban posl office, an evidence ol the lanfaslic growfh ol our Iown, Tuscaloosa.
ln addition to many "lust for fun "
activities, pupils engage in an amazing
multitude of proiects, both personal
and civic. Modern youth has expanded
his influence into fields which no one
ever before dreamed could be affected,
except by adults. Young people work
together with their elders in an attempt
to improve the-conditions, social, eco-
nomical, and political, of country and
An intriguing and informative program was written and presented
to the student body by Bob Johnston,Ann Newman, Donna Iverson, Hanl:
Herrod, and Fran Vining during American Education Week.
Jean Henderson and 0. K. Bryant experiment with one of
T.H.S.'s newly installed paper machines.
This book exhibit, found in the library, provided an excellent oppor-
tunity to become acquainted with newly published books. '
Knowledge must grow like a plant.
Parents and teachers may sow the seed
and provide a favorable climate for growth
There must be quiet periods of study
in which it can take root
and put forth the first
delicate tendrils. Then the shoot must mature and be
strengthened by experience with others, and finally bear fruit in
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Board Directs Community? Largest Enterprise
Dr. H. D. Nelson, Superintendent ot Tuscaloosa City Schools.
Americans have always believed education
to be necessary tosounddemocraticgovernment.
This conviction has inspired us to develop a vast
system of public schools. From the standpoint of
capital investment, funds spent in current opera-
tions and the number of people participating, the
school is often The communiTy's largest single
enterprise. ln addition, the schools are entrusted
with a taskofdeveloping Americdsmostvaluable
resource-its children and youth. Responsibility
for directing and managing this great and impor-
tant institution belongs to the local Board of
Education. This volunteer group devotes its talent,
time, and energy to the task of providing educa-
tional opportunities for all children. No group
has served with greater distinction.
Tuscaloosa City Board ol Education members are Mr. Henry Min, Mr. George Shirley, Mr. Harry Pritchett, Mr. Paul Burnum,and Mrs.
R. H . Richardson.
P.T.S.A . Assists in Community? Largest Enterprise
"The youth of today will shape the world ot
tomorrow..." the theme for the Tuscaloosa High
School Parent-Teacher-Student Association was
carried out with a program consisting of a stu-
dent panel - Wayne Shaffer, Margaret Partlow,
Ralph Quarles, and Beppy Forehand. The panel
presented an interesting discussion of this theme
to an audience of P.T.S.A. members at one of
the Tuesday night meetings.
At another meeting, parents were given the
opportunity to visit their children's teachers and
tour the school. The Mixed Choir sang at the
December meeting, providing Christmas cheer
and Yuletide spirit. At a spring meeting, the
P.T.S.A. was challenged to improve the local
The P.T.S.A. beams proudly over the success of
the school dances and parties which have been
conducted under their supervision. For the out-
standing behavior of the students at these func-
tions, the P.T.S.A. commends Tuscaloosa High
This year Mr. Tim Parker has served as President of the Parent-Teacher-Student
P.T.S.A. Executive Board members are Mrs. David Partlow, Mrs. Parker, Mn, Roy Adams, Mrs. Julius Payne, and Wayne Shatter.
Mr. Robert Price, Mrs. Young Booxer, Mr. Tim Parker, Mrs. James Nisbet,
Administration Fits Double-Shift
Exponent of President Kennedy's physical titness
program, expert basketball player, Mr. Greer is the
capable Principal of Tuscaloosa High School. He is
fortunate to have Mr. Gallman as AssistantPrincipal.
Mr. Upchurch, the Guidance Counselor, has been
particularly helpful in vocational counseling to
Seniors and guidance in selecting colleges.
Mr. Harold E. Greer, Principal of Tuscaloosa High School.
MR. THURMAN L. GALLMAN
MR. JOHNNY UPCHURCH
into Already Crowded T.H.S. Schedule
MRS. VERNA BARDON
MRS. BESSIE MAE LEWIS
MRS. MILDRED GABLE
School secretary and processor of the masses of correspondence that
arrive at T.H.S. daily is Mrs. Bardon. She also aids with the task of setting
up the hundreds of schedules, all different, that are necessary for the open-
ing of school each year.
Mrs. Bessie Mae Lewis, our bookkeeper, keeps straight the financial intri-
cacies of T.H.S. She gives courteous assistance to struggling club treosurers,
and smilingly vends bluebooks and other supplies since the closing ofthe
Mrs. Gable, office assistant and registrar, helps with the co-ordination of
the whole office. She handles the fine points of credits and transcripts, which
are so vital to the academic future of the students.
The combination of students dedicated to taking care of the building and
the efficient staff directed by Mr, Jackson keeps our building beautiful.
lt is an open testimonial to the skill ofMrs. Gardner and her staff that
students of T.H.S. do not complain about the food, butinstead grumble
that their lunch periods are too late and too short.
Always on hand with an aspirin, a band-aid, oracomforting word is
Mrs. Giles, our school nurse.
MR. TENNIS JACKSON
MRS. ALTHEA GARDNER
MRS. JANIE GILES
Library Displays Publishers' Book Exhibit
MRS. ADNA HOWARD
MRS. MARY ELLA TERRILL
One of the most attractive and spacious rooms in the school is the
library. lt contains a wide selection of fiction, reference books, and period-
icals for the use of the students. Always on hand to aid them isa staff
of courteous and well-informed librarians and assistants. On either side
of the library are reading rooms in which study halls are conducted seven
periods a day.
MRS. MARY DALE SANFORD
A typical T.H.S. Study Hall. Here students study for tests, do homework, or read.
English Department Acquires Seven New Teachers
lt would be a lonely world, indeed, without language.
Each rnan would be the center of his own silent universe,
a prisoner of his own thoughts. Our Language Depart-
ment equips us to practice with the greatest possible
skill the fine art of communication.
MRS. El.lSE ALEXANDER Words, words, wordsl Junior Ann Medders is found al lhe dictionary
Sr. I English looking up fhe spelling and vocabulary words so much a part of all
Forensic League T.H.S. English courses.
MRS. BETTY BOOTH MISS ANNA BROWN English teacher Mrs. Alexander is served
Jr. III English Sr.Ill English at a faculty lea by sludenl hosless Susan
Jr. Red Cross Senior Class Heller.
English Department Has Most Teachers
MR. WILLIAM ELLIOTT
Sr. I English
Mas. SARAH LAWSON
Jr. in English
MRS. LOUISE HARDEN MRS. JUNE HILL
Sr. lll English lr. lll English
The basis for understanding is a thorough knowledge of our own language.
English is required for tour years at Tuscaloosa High School. Students build
a firm foundation in grammar and composition, as well as sampling some
ot the world's greatest literature. This common literature is perhaps this
country' s strongest link to America's mother civilization, England. America
can profit much from this contact with an older, more stable culture. Each
year new ideas and methods of teaching are introduced into the English
Department. More emphasis is being placed upon original writing,and
class members are encouraged to participate in various activities such as
debating, oral interpretations, and essay contests.
MISS FAY LITTLE
Sr. l English
MRS. JANICE RANKIN MRS. WYNELLE BURROUGHS
Jr. Ill English, Speech Sr. l, ll English
Language Department 0 fers First French III Course
MRS. MARGARET RUTLEDGE MRS. EVELYN VIBBART
Jr. Ill English, Journalism Sr. Ill English
BEAR FACTS BLACK WARRIOR
In the way of modern language, French and Spanish are offered to our
students. Their awareness of the importance of these subiects was indi-
cated by their mushrooming enrollments. Mrs. Busby ioined Mrs. Terry
in teaching French, and Mrs. del Valle welcomed Mrs. Lackey to the
Spanish Department. A full two semesters of audio-oral work in the new
language laboratory were provided this year. Also for the first timea
special advanced class of French was offered to interested pupils. This
course delves more deeply into the literature of France, its history,
geography, and current events.
MRS. MARTHA LACKEY
Sr. ll English, Spanish
MRS. MARGARITA del VALLE
Bulllight posters intrigue Spanish
students Alice Crume, Diane Harris,
Non Taylor, Bill Shamblin, and James
Language Lab Utilizes Machine Age Technique
Cooperation on the part of students, townspeople,
and the tederal government secured an Sl l,OOO lan-
guage lab for Tuscaloosa High School. Installed the
last semester of the '60-'6l school year, it has pro-
vided an enriched program for the language depart-
MRS. BESSE TERRY
MRS. SANDRA BUSBY
Sr. II English, French
Learning by speaking and hearing ratherthan read-
ing is emphasized in modern language courses ot
study. High school students attempt to duplicate
dialogues spoken by people whose native language is
French or Spanish. The resultisa newcrop of Americans
who can meet the challenge ot newtrontiers by being
able to speak the languages of other peoples.
French Ill students, intent on listening, improve their " parloz-vous francais."
Language Department Offers First Latin IV Course
Groups contribute to individual and cooperative worlm. Latin lll students divide one-hundred-line translations lor luster
Latin, our only classical language, is taught by Mrs. Fines and Mrs. Little.
First year Latin students mainly concentrate on grammar, but begin Caesar's
COMMENTARIES ON THE GALLIC WARS in Latin Il. For the most advanced
course, Vergil's AENEID andthe writings of Cicero are alternated annually
to provide four years of the language. Much is taught of the culture, religion,
and philosophy of the ancients,and aclearer perspective is gained of modern
times. Not only is the ancient world explored but also the culture of the
world of today: art, books, colleges, travel-these constitute a few of the
areas examined in the comprehensive Latin courses offered at T.H.S.
MRS. OLIVIA FINES
Junior Classical League
MRS. IRENE LITTLE MRS. MARTHA D. ADAMS
MRS. LOUISE CARY
Latin, World History Civics Problems of Democracy
National Honor Society
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Lives of the Great, Events 0 the Past
MR. MATT CLINTON MISS TENNIE DAVIDSON MRS. PATRICIA DENNIS
Problems of Democracy, Alabama Hislory American Hislory American Hislory, Algebra I
Junior Hislorical Sociely Freshman Class Junior Class
MR. WALTER LIVERMAN
Language, malh, science, and technical skills all whirl inlo focus in Social
Studies. There, ii is The general, The sweeping view thai counis.The world,
past or present, is a broad living stage wherealllhese influences and
forces blend Iogelher lo shape Ihe desfinies of The nations.
MRS. SARAH OGLESBY
Alabama Hislory, Sr. I English
Nineleenlh century lronliers explored by Lewis and Clark offer a challenge Io
Iwenlielh cenlury sludenls Shirley Bailes and Mike Bingham.
Furnish Guides for the New Frontier
All Freshmen are required to take a full year's
course in Civics. They are thus introduced at the
beginning of their academic life at T.H.S. to the
working of the American government ofthe local,
state, and national level. Problems ofDemocracy,
a course required of all Seniors, expands this
foundation, as well as supplying units in family
relations, and studying in depth the social make-up
of modern America.
Economics, Geography, World History, Ala-
bama History, and American History are taught.
Only American History is required. ln spite of
this fact, all of these classes have very large en-
ln all of the Social Studies courses, the past,
the physical features of the world, and current
events in these fast-moving times are stressed.
Because of this, the Social Studies Department
is one of our most vital.
Periodicals provide analyses ot world situations tor P.O.D. students, who
must learn to understand the reasons lor the problems being laced by all nations.
MRS. CHARLENE PATRICK
MRS. LETITIA ROBERTS MISS KATIE LEE SMITH MR. JAMES THOMPSON
Civics American History, World History American History, Geography
Machines Must Be Manned by Mathematicians
MRS. LOIS VAUGHAN
Problems ot Democracy
As language is the foundation for human relations, so math is the base
on which our modern science is laid. Students reach out tentative fingers
toward new concepts and ideas, guided by the ablefaculty of the Math
Four new teacher replacements have brought a variety of methods to
the teaching techniques employed by veteran faculty members.
Improving scores of Seniors taking College Board math exams testify
to the adequacy ot the courses offered and the instruction given in the
MR. EDWARD WOOD
MRS. STEVANA AUSBAN
Jr. Il Moth, Gen. Science
Plane Geometry students Janet Arey and Danny Langford seem to be
attempting to draw a triangle witha protractor.Miu Gulley will soon straight-
en them outl
Seniors Actually READ Math Books!
Trig sludenh Eddie Ford, Marilyn Palmer, Carl Albrighhand Charles Chrislian
examine materials in T.H.S.'s line Math Library as lhey begin research lor
MRS. ADELLE DOWDY
Jr. Ill Malh, Adv. Malh
MRS. FRANCES FOSTER
MISS RUBYE GULLEV
BLACK WARRIOR Business
Algebra I sludenls Alton Penz, Jim Newman, and Shep Park help Mrs.
Williams assemble mufh equipmenl boughl with lederal funds.
Mathematl cs and Science
MRS. CHARLOTTE HAMNER MRS. KATHARINE HODGIN MISS HENRIETTE KENDRICK
Jr. Ill Math
MRS. ELLA PIERCE
Algebra I, ll, Jr. Ill Math
Algebra I, ll Algebra I. Plane Geometry
Today, as never before, science assumes a place of maximum
importance in our world. Dedicated men over the globe tirelessly
search the mysteries of the universe, pursue new methods of
defending their countries, as well as attempting to improve and
preserve human life. The Science Department offers a varied and
challenging four years to fledgling scientists, who study the ex-
periments of the past and begin their own exploration.
MRS. MARION SMITH
Sr. Math, Algebra Il
Mu Alpha Theta
MRS. CLARA WILLIAMS MRS. BETTIE BOUNDS
Algebra I Biology
Attract Bright T.H S Students
MR. CHARLES FINDLAV MRS. .IANIE INGRAM MRS FRANCES LYONS
Gen. Science, Adv. Chemistry Biology
Gen. Science Science Club
An overall scientific background is provided in General Science
and Advanced General Science. One credit in natural science is
necessary for graduation. To fulfill this requirement many students
take Biology. This course embraces all aspects of plantand animal
life on our planet. Students who wish to probe more deeply go on
to Physics and Chemistry, where they study the changes and combi-
nations of matter and energy.
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Commercial, Home EC, and V.I.E.
MR. JAMES BEDINGFIELD MRS. SARAH BLAKENEY MRS. l.UCll.l.E LUNDY
Typing I, Business Law, Typing I, Shorthand I, ll Bookkeeping, Business Law
The worlds of science and letters have reached the Threshold
of new frontiers, and the world of business has moved right
along with them. T.l-l.S.'s Commercial Department helps pre-
pare those of her students who are business-minded to take
their places in this fast-moving world.
General Business and Business Law are offered to the busi-
ness leaders of tomorrowg future accountants learn about keep-
ing books correctly: future secretaries study typing and short-
MRS. JUARINE VAN TASSEI.
Typing l, ll
Business students Linda Longford and Dinah Hull prepare uniniormaiive
MRS. NELL WATSON
Provide Practical Courses
Vocational and Industrial Education isa government-sponsored
program to aid students by training them in certain iobs. These
iobs include many trades and also many phases of selling. Many
of the students remain inthese labs, or similar ones, after gradua-
tion. Some students even work their way through college in
V.l.E. students usually go to school in the morning tor a halt
day and then go to their iobs in the afternoon, however, some
work in the morning and goto school in the afternoon.
An important proiect of this department is its annual college
scholarship for a worthy V.l.E. student.
The basis of American power and genius lies in the American
home. To the purpose of making the home a safer and better
place, tothe production offiner, stronger American home-makers,
the Home Economics Department is dedicated. Even in a let-
propelled world people still have to eat. Girls in Miss Liles's
classes acquire skill in preparing both practical every day meals
and delectable party fare. They learn the essentials of etiquette
and hygiene, and gain experience in sewing and child care.
MR. PAT WALLACE
MR. AUBREV BARDON
MR. M. H. SHERER
MISS BELVA LILES
V.l.E. Club F.H.A.
Gym Classes Stress Physical Fitness
President Kennedy has stressed the importance of
physical fitness in the New Frontier. Physical educa-
tion helps our three upper classes build sound bodies
to house their expanding intellects. Both boys and girls
participate in a widely varied program of activities
and sports, indoors and out. They learn the importance
of sportsmanship and character as well as skill.
This year it became impossible, unfortunately, because
of our new split shifts, to provide physical education for
our Freshmen. However, the Y.M.C.A. gives fully ac-
credited courses in physical education for them.
A mighty leopl These boys are trying their skill at the broad iump.
MR. WALTER BLANCHARD
Freeming weather doesn' t late T.H.S.' erll Thele girls are keeping warm by playing a rousing game ot soccer.
Driver Training Teaches Automobile Safety
Under the watchlul eye ol Coach Henderson, these girls are becoming ex-
Ours is a fast-moving society in a strictly automotive sense as well
as in a larger, more general sense. Carsare becoming increasingly
indispensable, therefore, it has become increasingly necessary for
everyone to be a good driver. T.H.S.'s Driver Training program is
aimed at training its participants to be the best possible drivers.
Five periods a day the Training car pulls out with Coach Henderson
and a lull load ot eager students. While learning to drive by driv-
ing, the students also learn the principles of highway courtesy and
MRS. BERNICE CLINTON
MRS. SANDRA COLE
MR. BILLY HENDERSON MR. TOM TARLETON MR. ClAUDE CRANFORD
Driver Training Civics Civia
Football Basketball Bdlilwll
Art and Crafts Stimulate Artistic Minds
MR. TOM DANNER
Industrial Arts I, II
Mech. Drawing, Track
MRS. NINA GESSLER
So much emphasis is placed upon science, math, and courses
that can be practically applied today that we tend to pass over as
insignificant the creative mind. It is in our artand crafts classes
that such talents are encouraged. Students experiment with char-
coal, water colors, ink, oils, clay, plaster, and a variety of materials.
They learn to use their hands with skill, and they produce a wide
assortment of obiects, some iust for fun, some extremely practical.
Skillful hands are also trained in Industrial Arts classes. Here
boys work with machine tools and make useful objects of wood and
Future architects and engineers learntheartofdrafting in Mechani-
cal Drawing. Their skills with rule andcompassare developed under
the guidance of Coach Danner.
CMH, Barbara Brasiield, larry Hollis, Brady Franklin, and Earnestine Barludale are completing
their 'newspaper monsters' in a Crafts class.
Industrial Arts, Mechanical Drawing Also Offered
Arfisls Roy Harris, Carolyn Darden, and Jan Calhoun add lhe finishing Iouches lo lheir maslerpiec
MR. GARY KERR MR. MARION PIERSON MRS. JANE KIMBALL
Arl I, ll, III, Sr. Il English lnduslrlal Arls I, ll Rerlwdlfll
Mixed Choir and Girls' Choir Give
Row 'l: Paula Gray, Joy Grigg, PatWhite, Sheila Terrill, Sue Ann
Wilbourne, Martha Maylield, Carole Jones, Jean Fielder, Margo Bulord,
Rebecca Wright, Martha Essary, Karen Allen, Carol Tatum, Dale Christian,
Sara Duren, Nancy Quinn, Julie Deal. Row 2: Gail Lee, Delane Fitts,
Fran Vining, Anne Cleino, Gwen Sikes, Charlotte McEachin, Alice Ann
Duncan, Lenn Bomar, Lulu Black, Alice Hamilton, Becky Glenn, Rosemary
Rankin, Martha Slringlellow, Penny Wilson, Ann Hewitt, Anne Nichols,
Tuscaloosa High School's chorus music department has
long been known as one of the finest in the state. lt is
composed of three different choral groups - Chorus
Music I, Girls' Choir, and Mixed Choir. Chorus Musicl
is composed of first year choir students who are iust
learning to sing. Girls' Choir is the next step in a music
student's chorus career. This group is more advanced
and, as can be interred from the name, is solely for girls.
The ambition of each chorus student is to belong to the
Glenda Brewer. Row 3: Sonny Standridge, Ed Warren, Henry Herman,
Dan Cole, Wayne Baughman, Don Johnson, Joel Latham, Ray Ballard, Pat
Hays, Bruce Jones, Mike Bingham, Andy Barger, Robert Bagley, Suzanne
Still, Donna Dockery. Row 4: Jimmy Head, Ronald Spence, Bill Barringer,
Richard Thomason, Dan McClusky, Jerry Kuykendall, Rusty Dockery,Mike
English, Jimmy Caruthers, Danny Brown, David Hardin, Jimmy Stringer,
Vhyne Shaller, Tippy Armstrong. l
Mixed Choir, the ultimateofachievementinchoralsinging.
This year the group presented its annual Christmas con-
cert with the Band. It also gave a Spring Concert and
programs for several city organizations.
Membership, in the Mixed Choir is based upon audition.
This is the reason that T.H.S.'s chorus was given a "supe-
rior" rating in last year' s State Music Festival. It is quite
an honor to belong to this group and proudly wear the
traditional Mixed Choir robe.
Mixed Choir officers, lound sitting on the piano, are Fran Vining, Jimmy Caruthers,
Suzanne Still, Rebecca Wright, Henry Herman, and Andy Barger.
MR. GENE BLACK
Chorus Music I,
Girls' Choir, Mixed Choir
Christmas Concert with the Band
ZND PERIOD GIRLS' CHORUS, Row l: Lynette Bostick,
Judy Tullos, Shirley Christ, Gloria Hempstead, Patsy
Bryan, Mary Ann Wiggins, Kay Livingston, Libby
McCracken, Diane Stansell,CherylHunter,Terria Wood,
Emalyn Savage, Jan Disney, ,Row 2: Annette Tesney,
Jackie Meadows, Patricia Gwin, Linda Beams, Gail
Mizell, Jean Nisbet, Linda Ledbetter, Alice Hollings-
worth, Kay Parker, Elizabeth Northrop, Marian Wilson,
Annette Swanson. Margaret Lindsey, Lynn Falgout,
Row 3: Regina Kinsaul, Martha Weeks, Diane Hodo,
Martha Bennett, Joyce Tyler, Lavinia Hellums, Dinah
Hall, Charlotte Perry, Sharon Compton, Rebecca
Rhodes, Sara Grittin, Laurene Lewis, Row 4: Janet
Welton, Sandra Stewart, Sandra Ray, Kathy Sherer,
Fern Niehuss, Ann Banks, Betty Moore, Kay Koeppel,
Connie Strickland, Carol Hughes, Nina Beth Parker,
3RD PERIOD GIRLS' CHORUS, Row l: Sandra William-
son, Jane Lawrence, Kyra Jones, Evelyn Raiford, Ann
Richardson, Sandra Burell, Mary Etheridge, Marsha
Singleton, Judy Crowder, Carolyn Latham, Margaret
Krupp, Row 2: Nancy Yarbrough, Julia Emerson,
Sharon Reynolds, Linda Armstrong, Diane West,
Shirley Hayes, Ann Trawick, Mary Berthe, Nancy Hahn,
Row 3: Gerlon Redding, Mary Jane Giles, Barbara
Summerlin, Louise Moody, Gayle Hayes, Judy
Davidson, Linda Langford, Peggy Nuckols, Rebecca
Vail, Row 4: Joyce Lancaster, Cheryl Reynolds, Laura
Stringtellow, Alice Parker, Alice Crume, Martha
Standridge, Cheryl Hildreth, Carolyn Reim, Fay Mc-
Bryde, Sandra Meggs.
6 Music Under the Stars' Is
MR. TOMMY HAMNER ALICE HAMILTON
Band Director Band Sweetheart
The Tuscaloosa High School Band is an or-
ganization of I36 talented students who de-
vote more than fifteen hours each week to
practice during marching season, and five
hours a week, excluding the band period, in
concert season. It is quite well known as one
of the finest bands in the state and has won
many awards and recognitions for its per-
In marching season, the Black Bear Band de-
votes its entire time to working up halftime
shows for Tuscaloosa's football games. The
weekly display consists of a drill, several
formations, and, ofcourse, appropriate music.
Some of this season's themes were "Mr.
Lucky," a tribute to Hammerstein, and tele-
As far as the concert band is concerned, it
is second to none. The Christmas Concert,
given with the Chorus Music Department for
the first time, was a tremendous success.
Tuscaloosa High was honored at the band's
Spring Concert with the presence and per-
formance of the well-known trumpeter Don
Row l: Carol Pennington, Nan Taylor, Shirley Davis, Cherry Kendrick,
Judy Smith, Marilyn Northcutty Row 2: Reedie Guy, Karen Meyer, Denny
Greene, Kathie Hopkins, Judy Nisbet, Linda Tidmore, Gene Scott: Row 3:
Carl Albright, Sonny Hinton, Preston Hayes, John Hewett, Billy Ray,
Danny Langford, Billy Davis, James Hankins, Bob Mantel, Richilrd NlUSSi:
Row 4: Marian Pearson, Sally Langston, Woody Latham, Ruth Walker,
Marie Hedrick, Jessica Frazier, Shirley Bennett, Martha Rice, Carolyn
Clarke, Joan Crawford, Gayle Ashley, Catherine Wurm,Sondra Tucker,
Anita Stabler, Bobby Gilmore: Row 5: Joe Brown, Wayne Rutledge,
Jimmy Wilder, Bobby Walker, Larry Cobb, Barry Still, Sue Parker,
Rebecca Springfield: Standing: Jackie Sims, Foss Smith, Mike Vaughn,
Howard Bassett, Poodgie Poole, Johnny Johns, Jim Brown, Bill Bowman.
Innovation 0 T.H.S. Band
Every year T.H.S. has been well-represented
at the All-State Band Festival, but this year the
band members really outdid themselves. Black
Bear musicians won twenty-two places and eight
alternate places in the All-State bands. This is
more than any other Alabama high school has
One thing of which the band is especially
proud is the success of its summer concert series.
Free, outdoor concerts were presented in East-
wood Park every Friday night for nine weeks.
This type of program was completely new to
Tuscaloosa, and the band gained much public
Outside of school, the band has represented
the school, the city, the county, and even the
state in many ceremonial capacities. Ithas played
before almost every kind of civic and local group,
and has been asked to perform at dedications,
charity shows, and for many other worthwhile
T.H.S. Ba nd otticers shown with two of Don Jacoby' s record albums are Bill Bowman.
assistant manager, Linda Tidmore, assistantlibrarian, Ronnie Latham, manager, Mr. Hamner,
and Richard Hamner, president. Not present is Carol McCracken, librarian.
Row 'la Ginger James, Judy Pugh, Patti Hicks, Diane Harris, Diane Watson
Mary Ann McDaniel, Row 2: Julia Brown, Betty Jane Hall,Carol McCracken
Mary Helen Roberts, Mitzi Marsh, Janet Arey, Ann Lee, Mary Beth Wear
Row 3: -Bobby Wilson, Doris Callahan, Beverly Hanes, Marilyn Palmer
Susan Nealens, Pat Westbrook, Joe Lary, Tommy Wear, Ann Seebeckp
Row 4: Lonnie Cox, Christy Raitord, Rene Chabannes, David Harden
Roger Williams, Richard Hamner, Steve Patrick, Ronnie Epperson, Donald
Palmer. Al Caddisg Row 5: Rubye Taylor, Mickey Gewin, Jimmy Caruthers,
Mickey Smith, Jerry Humphries, George Stabler, Ronald Kyzer, Ray
Ballard, Ronnie Latham, Bob Gribbin, Rick Moman, Kendall Clark, Paul
Spell, Donald Kyzer, Allan Foltsp Standing: John Cruse, Andy Smith,
Vence Rollins, Bobby Turner, Jimmy Adams, Ronnie Collier.
Row l: Jane Davis, Carole Gilmore, Pat McGlamery, Linda Lawrence,
Row 2: Annette Cabiness, Ernesline Dunn, Judy Bailey, Don Hunkins,
Margaret Jones, Dodie Pritchett, Judy Williams, Roberta Ford, Row 3:
Linda Carpenter, Mary Johnson, Jackie Norris, Andy Barnes, Truman
Smilh, James Siakem, Mike McDuflie, Danny Smith, Sylvia livermang
Frosh and Tw
A one-word description of the Freshman Band might
well be "transitional," This band provides a link, so
to speak, between the Junior High Band and the Black
Bear Band. Indeed, the band's primary purpose is to
prepare its members to loin The Band. The Freshmen
are given much individual help so that they can more
T.H.S. Maioreftes, Row l: Mary Ann McDaniel, Judy Pugh, Marilyn
Norfhcutt, Diane Harris, Ginger James, Diane Watson: Row 2: Cherry
Raw 4: Brenda Burnette, Judy Vaughn, Jonathan Hayes, Carol Sulher,
Billie Jo Seale, Susan Rice, Chrisli Popp, Carolyn Tisdale, Carlos Tisdale,
Joe Williams, David Massengale, Jimmy Cox, David Brown, Standing:
lloyd Wagner, Hal Williams, Barbara Espey, Jerry Snipes,Tony Smalley,
Buddy Seay, Jerald Ramsey, Danny Buford, Billy Avery, Jerry Flummer.
elv e Twirlers
easily learn band techniques and improve their musician-
ship as much as possible.
Unfortunately, because of the difficulties brought on
by the split-shift, many Freshmen have been unable to
continue in band, thus depleting what would ordinarily
be swelling ranks.
Kendrick, Judy Smith, Nan Taylor, Shirley Davis, Palfi Hicks, Carol
Cherry Kendrick, Judy Smith, Nan Taylor, Shirley Davis, Patti Hicks, Pennington, Diane Watson, and Mary Ann McDaniel show off their red
Ginger James, Diane Harris, Judy Pugh, Marilyn Norlhcutt, Carol and white winter outfits.
A Aicl Bandis Appeal
Marching in front of the T.l'l.S. Band are twelve prancing
maiorettes. Referred to as "streamlined strutters" by
the radio announcers, these girls endeavor to add glam-
our to the half-time shows of the football games and the
parades. The maiorettes worked hard during the summer
on twirling routines, strutting, and drill patterns. Six of
the girls attended twirling camp at the University of
Mississippi and received an interesting and fun-filled
week of expert instruction from nationally known baton-
This year the maiorettes have taken a new interest in
twirling competition. Several of the girls entered state
contests, and have become members of the National
Baton Twirlers' Association.
During concert season the moiorettes are transformed
into charming usherettes who collect tickets, distribute
programs, and cordially greet the band patrons.
Drum Mnior...Vence Rollins
Study or gossip-a good place to find either is the haunt of all good little maiorettes, the hall outside
the band room.
Ca eteria Serves Food for the Inner Man or Girlj
Lovolla Thompson, Ivory Johnson, Samiianotta Froomun, Rosa Ryan, Elzio Rogers, Willie Cody, Elilvbith I-UCJIIY. KUJTC Whitl. Alma TCYl0l'-
The school cafeteria provides a pleasant meeting place
and a pause for relaxation in the demanding schedule
of a school day. Students partake of nourishment while
enioying an opportunity to chat with friends or look over
their notes before an exam.The cafeteria offers an amazing
variety of foods from a hot nutrition-packed plate lunch to
hot dogs, chili, and ice cream lthose ever-present staples
in the ordinary teenager' s dietl.
This year the cafeteria serves principally the three
upper classes due to the regrettable split shift situation.
Though many of the morning or afternoon Freshmen eat
at school, still the cafeteria is less crowded than it has
been in years, and serves for perhaps the first time the
capacity of students for which it was originally built.
Sally Gaines, Arles Johnson, Nancy Warren, Edith Fisher, Mary Willis Smith, Nannie Elliot, Cora Miller, Adu Bell Hewitt, Ella James,
Johnnie Lee Thomas, Hula Gaines.
Building Custodians Are Important Part
Wading? Actually, ii' s all part ol illo job. Janitors Harvey Swindle and .lamps
Plylar on repairing a clogged drain alior ons ol Tuscaloosa' s ' monsoonsf
The appearance of a school building greatly
influences the personality of its whole student
body. Tuscaloosa High School is an excellent
example of the good condition in which an ef-
ficient maintenance staff, plus student coopera-
tion, can keep a new building.
T.H.S. students seldom realize the tremendous
amount of work that goes into the maintenance
of the building. The vast network of wiring, the
heating system, the plumbing system, thousands
of desk tops to be waxed, hundreds of square
feet of tile floor to be kept clean and sparkling-
the task seems overwhelming.
Mr. Jackson, the building engineer, ianitors
Harvey Swindle and James Plylar, and the staff
of maids are always on hand to help with any
special iobs, as well as completing their routine
Tuscaloosa High School' s maids are Rosella Sianclley. Millie Carrington, Gertrude Washington, and Anna Bolle Eaion.
Individuals have always been
drawn to those who share common
interests with them. ln a school,
a club augments various courses of
study. It provides an opportunity
for its members to explore wider fields of study,
to go one step farther than the required. Many serve the
school in protects of
different kinds, and
render invaluable help to
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Student Teachers and Future Teachers
STUDENT TEACHERS: Row 'l: Miss Laura Langley, Miss Pafricia Long, Miss Ellen Crawford, Mrs. Jane Jones, Mrs. Linda Crawey, Mrs. Carol
Whitehead. Row 2: Mr. Richard Gilchrisf, Mr. Rudolph Cain.
STudenT Teachers enTer our school sysTem near The
beginning of each semesTer. Some of Them remain aT
school for Two periods, oThers remain Tor Three periods.
The sTudenT Teachers begin by spending several weeks
in observaTion of The Teacher To whom They have been
assigned: Then They are gradually worked inTo The full
Teaching program of The class. During The semesTer ThaT
The Teachers are wiTh The school, They Take pC1rTir1 school
TuncTions, acTiviTies, club meeTings, TaculTy meefings,
P.T.S.A., and all The oTher aspecTs of sTuclenT life.
The lnTerclub Council is ci school club wiTh a very eliTe
membership. Only Those people who are presidenTs of
school aTTlliaTed clubs may be members. This organiza-
Tion suggesTs ways in which The sTudenT acTiviTies may be
regulaTed. A poinT sysTem has been seT up and is gov-
erned by The Council so ThaT more sTudenTs may have a
balanced exTra-curricular life. The lnTerclub Council is a
coniuncTion of The T.H.S. clubs which helps Them run
smooThly and noT conflicT.
INTERCLUB COUNCIL: Row 1: Mary Jo Jernigan, Beppy Forehand, Wynne Alexander, Ann HewiTT. Row 2: Richard Snow, Ralph Quarles,
Tom Hocker, Wayne Shaffer, Charles B. ChrisTian.
Will Alleviate Teacher Shortage
F.T.A. CLUB: Row 'lz Betty Hayes, Amelia Kyle, Sandra Debter, Mary Ann McDaniel. Row 2: Julia Ann Brown, Diane Dowdy, Linda Beams,
Carole L. Deal, Sharon Schembs, Mary Frances Fields, Eleanor Boykin, Nancy Roberson. Row 3: Joyce Hamrick, Martha Cafe Middendorf,
Glenda LaGrone, Mary .lane Giles, Carol Strickland, Doris Bell, Eleanor Clinton, Patsy Bruce, Beverly Calhoun. Row 4: Judy Davis, Lynnette
Bostick, Shirley Worsham, Kay Squires, Marilyn Palmer, Julie Deal, Anne Nichols, Joy Grigg, Susan Nelson, .lan Calhoun.
The Future Teachers of America is a club composed of
students interested in teaching as a profession. Guest
speakers are often invited to speak to the members
about teaching, its problems and its rewards. One par-
ticularly interesting speaker was a T.H.S. student
teacher, Miss Langley, who spoke on study and various
phases of university life. Another program was on
teaching machines and their use for drill work with the
Five F.T.A. members attended the state convention
held in Montgomery at the Hotel Whitley on January
5-6. Mary Frances Fields, Diane Dowdy, Doris Bell, .lan
Calhoun, and Beverly Calhoun attended, chaperoned
by Mrs. Calhoun,
One ot the activities of the club this year was to send
welcoming notes to the student teachers at the begin-
ning ot each semester. "Teachers' Appreciation Day"
was observed by the presentation of apples to each
teacher. The F.T.A. showed its gratitude for the fine
T.H.S. teachers by placing cookies in the teacher's
lounge during the year.
Future Homemukers Entertain Faculty
F.H.A. CLUB: Row 1: Joan Davis, Linda Walker, Barbara Dean, Odessia Hammonds, Margie Jones, Joan Walker, Rochelle Janes, Sue Foster,
Brenda Howard, Brenda Jones, Row 2: Nancy Brown, Sandra Edgeworth, Helen Reed, Linda Welch, Glenda Floyd, Anne Faircloth, Lolly
Ray, Jo Ann Lancaster, Dorothy Corder, Scarlett Broughton: Row 3: Betty Vaughn, Elaine Fender, Ramona Gibson, Sharon Faulkner, Sarah
Stough, Linda Howard, Marsha Kirkley, Dale Weaver, Barbara Miller, Charlotte Robertson, Linda Rominger: Row 4: Alice Redding, Lynn
Burgin, Peggy Franklin, Mary Emily Clark, Betty Johnson, Glenda Harless, Jeneva Bush, Jewel Richardson, Leona Bishop, Carol Culwell,
Sharon Bagwell, Dora Snipes, Jennifer Hartley.
The Future Homemakers of America for girls in the
Home Economics department adds much enjoyment
and information to their field of study.
Before school was out for Christmas vacation, the
girls in Home Ec entertained their parents and the
faculty of T.H.S. with a party. They served coffee and
tea with light, delicious pastries and cookies, fes-
tively decorated to create o holiday mood.
The major money-making project of the year has
been the sale of cook books, the profits going to the
improvement of the Home Economics department. As
a service project the F.H.A. members have dressed
Christmas dolls for children of the school for blind
and deaf in Talladega.
Programs have been held on the foods, furniture and
clothes of European and Scandinavian countries. Dr.
Coleman and Dr. Roland from the University of Ala-
bama came to speak to the group on dating and
This year the F.H.A. has been more industrious than
ever before. The girls of first year Home Economics
work toward their Junior Homemaker degree. If girls
desire to continue in Home Ec after the first year, they
are eligible to work for their Chapter and State Home-
makers degrees. To achieve these degrees, F.H.A.
members must memorize the F.H.A. Creed, and com-
plete projects pertaining to the home, school and
F.H.A. CLUB: Row l: Bettey Wheeler, Charlotte Parris, Dody Welborn, Faye Weaver: Row 2: Annette Summers, Beverly Phillips, Diane Mat-
thews, Joyce Haverick, Edna Vines, Ellen Lewis, Sarah Hinton, Louise Besant, Celeste Upchurch, Mary Charles Wright, Barbara Adams: Row
3: Charlotte Ashcroft, Deloris Shaffer, Beth Humphreys, Martha Hargrove, Peggy Nuckols, Sandra Pater, Pene Wilson, Martha Rice, Ivy
Baker, Wanda Dunn, Beppy Forehand, Betty Jo Moseley, Row 4: Betty Moore, Joyce Taylor, Nellie Martin, Peggy Sue Wilson, Patricia
Allen, Margaret Lee, Clementine Marcum, Jan Moore, Pat Roberts, Judy Green, Dianne Wurm, Doris Bell.
and Parents at Christmas Party
F.H.A. CLUB: Row 'l: Mary Kay Crawford, Claudia Smith, Sarah Ann Cork, Katrina Pate, Janet Morgan, Modell Butler, Donnetto Bolton,
Harriett Brunton, raw 2: Gerlon Redding, Rubye Johnson, Dian Rainer, Terry Brown, Linda Nelson, Anne Kilgrow, Gail Colee, Kay Lowery,
Gale Sharp, row 3: Carolyn Hartman, Wanda Davis, Whitney Menning, Carol Copeland, Myrial Bridgers, Bootsie Clark, Yalonda Dun-
can, Susan Heller, Brenda Cabaniss, Gail Carlsen, Mary Lou Nolen, row 4: Elizabeth Brewer, Kay Jernigan, Susan Holloman, Gloria Lowe,
Pat Welch, Brenda Rhone, Jennifer Williams, Carol Harrison, Patricia Lee, Carolyn Clarke, Shirley Bennett, Sandra Owens, Brenda Fleenor.
The Health Careers Club of Tuscaloosa Senior High
School was organized in October, 1961. The club is
opened to girls and boys interested in any phase of
The officers are Al Caddis, president, Donna Pierce,
vice-president, Emma Kay Guin, secretary, and Sherry
The club is sponsored by the Woman's Auxiliary
to the Tuscaloosa County Medical Society. Mrs. Sam
Davis, Jr., Health Careers Chairman for the Tuscaloosa
County, and Mrs. James C. Guin, Jr., Health Careers
Chairman for Alabama, represent the group in work-
ing with the students, along with Mrs. Janie Giles,
school nurse, and Mrs. Truman Daniel, Public Health
The purpose of this club is to encourage and guide
young people into the health field, help them find a
career that will be interesting and satisfying to them,
and make information available so that their high
school background will help prepare them for their
During the year there have been guest speakers
from various health professions. A tour of Druid City
Hospital and the Tuscaloosa County Health Depart-
ment has been planned. Time will also be devoted
to work in developing the personality and improving
appearance since health careers involve working
with people and winning their confidence and friend-
HEALTH CAREERS CLUB: Row l: Mrs. James C. Guin, sponsor. Billy Manderson, Charlotte Edgeworth, Janice Hardy, Beverly
Philer, Kay Perkins, Kathy Hopkins, Charlie Orr, Janie H. Giles, R.N., sponsor: Row 2: Mary Ann McDaniel, Patty Nottingham,
Patsy Zeanah, Evelyn Raiford, Linda Smitherman, Louise Hodo, Sarah Ann Wade, Gayle Ashley, Sandra Gleisberg, Mary Jane
Giles, Row 3: Ann Wedgeworth, Cynthia Smith,Donna Pierce, Sammie Jean Ryan, Karen Allen, Becky Rhodes, Judy Cayley, Becky
Springfield, Ellen Mitchell, Glenda LaGrone, Delane Fitts, Ann Winters: Row 4: Diane Hodo, Cail Colee, Anne Overall, Pamela
Mitchell, Diane West, Emma Kay Guin, Mary Gamble, Brenda Booch, Janice Corkren, Carol Caldwell, Cheryl Bowman, Pat
Burnett, Estes Hayes.
Forensic League and Greasepainters
FORENSIC LEAGUE: Row i: Dorothy Lowery, Betty Baucom, Mary Elliot, Nancy Roberson, Pat Roberts, Glenda LaGrone, Robert Bagley.
Row 2: Fran Vining, Ann Newman, Gene Henderson, John Cruse, Bob Hopper, Tom Ashby, Larry Beatus. Row 3: Pene Wilson, Mary Tillatson,
Vicki Earnest, Carolyn Tucker, Charles B. Christian, Frank Greer, Richard Snow, Walter Larson, Ronald Davis. Row 4: Marian Wilson, William
Allen, Jim Newman, Richard Rhone, Tom Hocker, Jon Rey Sullivan, Mike Howington, Pettus Randall, Mrs. Alexander, sponsor.
Tom Hocker and Nancy Roberson, skilled debaters, prepare for their next tilt.
The Forensic League participates in the Alabama
Forensic Tournament held each spring at the Univer-
sity of Alabama. The events include a series of de-
bates, oral interpretation, extemporaneous speak-
ing, and after-dinnerspeaking.Theschooltournoment
is held in December. Students are encouraged to
participate in speaking and writing activities. Through
the Forensic League, students may continue their
development in self-directed study, organizing
materials, debating, writing, speaking, and reading
poetry. In the competition at the University last
season, our debate team won nine ottwelve debates.
David Smith received a superior rating in debating,
and Tom Ashby won a superior in oral interpreta-
tion. Pettus Randall achieved first place in the county
and district BIRMINGHAM NEWS Oratorical Con-
tests. Ann Newman received second place award
in oral interpretation at Howard.
Dating or debating? Which is the topic
oi this discussion among Pettus Randall,
Tom Ashby, and Ann Newman? All are
contest winners for the Forensic League.
Provide Outlets for Talented Students
Billy Ray and Greg Congleton take care of the lights backstage. The skillful hands of Pat Roberts apply stage
make-up to Carolyn Tucker.
Sally Johnson, William Allen and Debbie Herring are the actors in the Play
During this year the Greasepainters have sponsored an eight weeks
course in make-up under the direction of Pat Roberts, and a party was
held at the Y.M.C.A.
The Greasepainters have planned and sponsored a Speech ll play,
a school-wide oratorical contest, a talent festival, a special program
by lvlr. Elliot, and a party honoring the new ofiicers for the year
The members of the club have special programs for the meetings
as well as workshops such as the one on acting directed by Greg
The members of the club have special programs tor the meetings
as well as workshops such as the one on acting directed by Greg
GREASEPAINTERS: Row l: Pat Roberts, historian, Gregory C. Congleton, vice-president, Mrs. Janice Rankin, sponsor: Richard Snow, presi-
dent, Nancy Roberson, treasurer, Sally Johnson, secretary. Row 2: Charlotte Perry, Nancy Hahn, Jane Lawrence, Rosemary Rankin, Debbie
Herring, Ann Newman, Mary Tillotson, Barbara Miller, Pam Butler, Carolyn Tucker, Vicki Earnest, Bootsie Clark, Paula White, Janice
Corkren. Row 3: Gene Bush, Terry Walker, Jim Newman, Jim laMoreaux, Ralph Hayden, Joe Wood, Billy Ray, Richard Rhone, Larry Beatus,
Walter Larson, Tom Ashby, Mike English. Row 4: Sue McCracken, Connie Clark, Virginia Sutley, Judy Lindsey, Anita Hailey, Margaret
Brasfield, Fran Vining, Kyra Lee Jones, Mary Bama Farr, Susan Giles, Brenda Rhone, Mary Kay Crawford, Sandra Tapscott, Susan Nelson,
Yalonda Duncan, Susan Heller, Glenda LaGrone.
The Junior Classical League has a
membership ol almost two hundred per-
sons interested in the Latin language and
the classics. Some ot the cIub's projects
this year are curtains to darken the Latin
room tor the showing of films, exhibits
for the display case, reproductions of
sculpture and art obiects, plaques for the
Latin Club medal and contest winners,
and shrubbery for the school grounds.
Serving as otticers are: Charles B.
Christian, president, Mary Elliot, lst vice-
president, Jan Calhoun, 2nd vice-presi-
dent, Mary Tillotson, secretary-treasurer,
Sheila Terrill, state 2nd vice-president.
The club has done much to promote in-
terest in the Latin language and heighten
Tuscaloosa High School's awareness ot
' ' the classics.
Each spring the Junior Classical League
The an obieds ,,,,e,es, omcem holds a Latin Banquet. Members wear
Mary Elliot, Charles B,Chri51iqn Roman dress and are served by willing
and Jan Calhoun. slaves. This banquet marks the climax ot
Latin Week. Classics are promoted
throughout the school and community by
means ot posters and exhibits. Another
annual event is the ldes of March com-
memoration ot Caesar's death. The T.H.S.
Latin Club always has ci large number of
representatives at the State Convention.
A T.H.S. student has been the State Myth-
ology Champion for two years. This year
"But Mrs- Finest they did'1'YSef1d the school champion is Whitney Menning.
the head-" 5l"ellC' Tefflll and At each monthly meeting, interesting
M"'Y Tlllolson nollce 'he loss' programs are presented. Some of this
year's programs have been Roman cha-
rades, several plays and skits, and talks
and a contest on constellations.
LATIN CLUB: Row 1: Merilyn Mangum, Fred Nicol, John Spence, Debby Herring, Rita Ezell, Nancy O'Brien, Judy Galloway,
Elizabeth Woolen, Jane Barr, Amalie Buck. Row 2: Nancy Richardson, Andy Jackson, Becky Welton, Judy Lavell, Beth Gamble,
Mary Carol Williams, Barbara Brooks, Joan Curry, Mary Dana Pierce, Kay Catrino. Row 3: Dean Kirkpatrick, Lynda O'Neil,
Sylvia Crew, Suzan Woods, Susan Neale, Jackie Hatmaker, Linda Grimes, Christine Rickett, Phebe Thomas, Julia Ann Brown,
Anne Gibbons, Ann Fitts. Row 4: Ellen Boozer, Dennis Stanard, Cary Williams, Ronny Collier, Stan Hammock, Larry Beatus,
Walter Larson, Bob Pritchett, James Bohli, David Ashton, Larry Davis.
Heightens Interest in Classics
LATIN CLUB: Row 'l: Mike Alexander, Dee Martenson, Don Mills, Jerry Hubbard, Richard Snow, Johnny Beauchamp, Jimmy Duren, Jim
Newman, David Penz, Bill Watson, Ken Palmer. Row 2: Allen Cochrane, Tom Patton, Jimmy Wilder, Eugene Poole, Jon Sasser, Charles Pointer,
Ronnie Hoggle, Alton Penz, Richard H, Rosenfeld, Marty Van Tassel, Joe Sullivan. Row 3: Charles Glisson, John Pancake, Robert Gilmore,
Hardy McCollum, Luis Ramirez, Catherine Wurm, Linda Dockery, Judy Beal, Mary Hughsan, Sandra Tapscott, Sherrie Lawrence. Row 4: Ronny
Epperson, Barbara Adams, Carolyn Revin, Alice Baernstein, Mary Kate Meredith, Anita Stabler, Barbara Miller, Elaine Alexander, Linda Reid,
Linda Campbell, Pamela Paul, Diane Waldrop. Row 5: Pat Roberts, Cheryl Hunter, Sandra Gleisberg, Janet Mate, Beth Campbell, Carol
Harrison, Melinda Ralston, Judy Bleier, Brenda Dockery, Patsy Whatley, Ginny Parker, Marsha Britt.
LATIN CLUB: Row 1: Bill Scott, Vence Rollins, Billy Ball, Roy Harris, Gene Scott, Bob Gribbin, John Cruse, Roger Williams, Richard Summer-
ville, Jon Rey Sullivan, Allen Folts, Barry Still, Pettus Randall, Richard Massi, Bill Woodley, Charles B. Christian, Ronald Davis, Tom Hacker.
Row 2: Betty Hayes, Marcia Owens, Janet Welton, Martha Bennett, Mary Tillotson, Whitney Menning, Wynne Alexander, Kay Koeppel,
Carolyn Darden, Amelia Kyle. Row 3: Anne Tillotson, Sheila Terrill, Joyce Tyler, Jessica Patterson, Marsha Patterson, Nancy Roberson, Alice
Ann Duncan, Margaret Partlow, Mitzi Brown, Mary Jane Matthews, Wanda Davis, Katie Lou Pritchett, Kathy Sherer, Louise Besant, Dale
Christian, Dorothy Echols. Row 4: Kat Pritchett, Ann Newman, Sarah Gay Edwards, Donna Daffron, Jan Calhoun, Anne Trawick, Louise
Moody, Judy Waugh, Pamela Mitchell, Betty Baucom, Kay Jernigan, Susan Holloman, Rickie Winstead, Connie Strickland, Linda Smitherman,
Barbara Cox. Row 5: Mary Elliot, Glenda Brewer, Phyllis Lawrence, Jane Collins, Teresa Taylor, Diane Dowdy, Vicki Earnest, Ann Banks,
Alice LaMaistre, Beverly Hawley, Katherine Doster, Libby Gray, Linda Armstrong, Ann Lee, Abigail Toffel, Jackie Weston, Norma Lancaster,
Cheryl Hildreth, Beth Falls.
Mexico Intrigues Spanish Club
SPANISH CLUB: Row T: Joe Lary, Fred White, Freddy Swanson, Jimmy Wilson, Barney Boeder, John Webster. Row 2: Louise
Besont, Frans Phillips, Patsy Bryan, Dorothy Lowery, Diane Harris, Joan Crawford, Barbara Summerlin, Belly Jane Hall, Emalyn
Savage. Row 3: Judy Cayley, Anita Mclntosh, Bobbie Summer, Anne Kilgrow, Judy Pugh, Shirley Worsham, Charlotte Rice,
Jimmie Ellen Black, Nan Taylor. Row 4: Deloris Shaffer, Charlotte Perry, Lolly Ray, Anita Harley, Shirley Hayes, Judy Green,
Kay Squires, Linda Nelson, Peggy Hall, Nancy Quinn. Row 5: James Taylor, Tom Ashby, Pete Clark, Bill Shamblin, Danny McCraw,
Bill Barringer, Danny Langford, Al Mather.
Spanish Club ollicers, Jay Lord, Estes Hayes, Mary Jo Jernigan, Cam
and Ronald Kyzor investigate the articles in a Spanish magazine.
The Spanish Club, one of our school's many large
and active organizations, boasted l8O members this
year. This club is interested in serving the school and
learning about the Spanish-speaking people and their
Entertaining programs have been presented at each
monthly meeting followed by a social hour. The members
have seen slides of Mexico and Spain and heard talks
about the people and customs of these countries. Foreign
students from the University ot Alabama have visited
the meetings and spoken about their native lands.
Prelly Senorita, Diane Neely,
is the Spanish Club beauly.
SPANISH CLUB: Row 'I: Jimmy Gilliland, Donald Kyzer, Jim Herman, Jim Bowman, Hugh Keller, Buddy Norris, Skip
Nowell, Bob Richardson. Row 2: David Hamrick, Steve Strickland, David McDaniel, Roy Adams, Richard Corder, Frank
Greer, David Miller, Sammy Maze, Chris Curtis, Billy Ray. Row 3: Alice Crume, Grace Blankenship, Betty Lee, Gloria
Collins, Laura Sue Stringfellow, Carolyn Clarke, Mary Mitchell, Kaye Earnhardt, Ellen Mitchell, Margareta del Valle,
sponsor, Row 4: Barbara Brasfield, Lynda Williams, Shirley Christ, Cheryl Reynolds, Brantly Cochrane, Martha Raye
Springer, Sue Ellen Griffin, Rebecca Wright, Cory Blumenfeld, Martha Mayfield, Sally Johnson. Row 5: Diana Cook,
Sara Jane Brookever, Gail Scott, Ann Medders, Sharon Faulkner, Carol Copeland, Myrial Bridgers, Rosemary Rankin,
Dianne Neely, Evelyn Raiford, Lynette Bostick, Joyce Wheeler. Row 6: Brenda Rhone, Carol Culwell, Annette Walker,
Sue Beard, Carolyn Fairchild, Terry Baucom, Carol Hughes, Alice Parker, Ginger Willoughby, Cathy Dent, Dianne Wurm,
Judy Davis, Marian Wilson, Doris Bell, Mary Jane Giles.
The club members learned songs in Spanish and en- style. This year's fiesta was held in a big open area,
ioyed singing them. They are proud to report that they decorated festively with crepe paper, lanterns, and
won first place in the club division of the Homecoming even a pinota la paper rnache animal filled with candy,
parade. gum, and lots of "goodies"l, The next year's officers
were officially announced, Spanish gameswere played,
The main project of this year was the improvement
and everyone had a good time.
of the language lab, where several new tapes and a
magnetic eraser have been purchased. Officers for this year were Mary Jo Jernigan, presi-
Each year is climaxed with a fiesta in true Spanish denll 'lay Lord' vice-president' Estes Hayes' secreloryl
Ronald Kyzer, treasurer, and Cam Canty, historian.
SPANISH CLUB: Row 1: Mickey Gewin, Jack Kidd, Ronald Kyzer, Gary Petry, Louis Graham, Glenn Bowen, Peter M. Geolese, Mike Hayes.
Row 2: Ricky Clawson, Ronnie Ezell, Jerry Kuykendall, Mike Stephens, Jay Lord, Kendall Clarke, Don Barksdale, Buddy Edwards, George
Styles, Ralph Quarles, Ed McTyre, Margarita del Valle, sponsor, Imelda Ford, Estes Hayes, Patsy Bruce, Mary Anne Wiggins, Mary Elizabeth
Gravlett, Ann Richardson, Ashley Smith, Clifton Harris, Sarah Hinton, Nina Beth Parker, Didi Fletcher, Judy Deason, Barbara Gibson. Row 4:
Camilla Canty, Katherine Doster, Betty Vines, Patsy Zeanah, Sue Sharp, Lana Johnson, Linda Blackwell, Bonnie Davis, Susan Woodley,
Martha Brown, Jinx Sandusky, Jane Banks. Row 5: Rubye Taylor, Carolyn Snipes, Becky Bailey, Jane Adams, Linda Skinner, Karen Boozer,
Diane Stansell, Barbara Sewell, Ann Drummond, Patty Savage, Susan Jackson, Karen Allen, Row 6: Mary Charles Wright, Mary Jo Jernigan,
Dorothy Hood, Shirley Brown, Heidi Hoyt, DeLane Fitts, Marcia Colburn, Helen Harris, Beverly Henderson, Jean Armstrong, Becky Spring-
field. Glenda LaGrone, Jackie Weston, Ann Patton.
FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS: Diane Davis, historian: Susan Rose, state president: Ann Hewitt,
president, Jessica Patterson, chaplain: Anne Cleino, lst vice-president: Theresa Abrams
corresponding secretary: Janet Arey, treasurer, Beverly Calhoun, recording secretary
Robin McCrory, 2nd vice-president.
Quelle Belle...Joy Booth, the French Club Made-
French Club Holds State Presidency
The French Club has always been one of
Tuscaloosa High School's most worthwhile
organizations because ot its varied program
of activities and service projects. Each member
ofthe French club is both activeand interested,
The meeting of the state organization each year
is always wellattended by T.H.S.club members.
Susan Rose, l96O-6l Le Cercle Francais presi-
dent, served as acting president this year tor
the state organization of French clubs.
Le Cercle Francais supports an orphaned
French girl, Danielle Sanchez, and at present
is beginning a scholarship fund for her. The
club sponsors an annual Halloween carnival,
goes caroling at Christmas, sends Christmas
cards to the teachers, and plans entertainment
for foreign students at the University of Ala-
Tuscaloosa High's language lab, purchased
in l96l, is shared by both Spanish and French
classes. The French Club buys tapesand equip-
ment for the language laboratory.
Ann Banks, Harvest Queen,
reigned over the Halloween
Wilbourne. Row 2: Carolyn Gutherie, Mary Beth Wear, Anne Nichols, Sue Hartlev. Ann Hewitt.
SOCIETE HONORAIRE de FRANCAIS: Row l: Robin McCrory, Betty Hayes, Betty Pritchett, Sue Ann
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Holaday, Charles B. Christian, Phil LaMoreaux, Allen Terry, Jon Rey Sullivan, David Wade. Row 3: Royce Woodley, Ann Seebeck, Janet
Welton, Camilla Livingston, Glennice McNeil, Anne Cleino, Katie Pritchett, Susan Swaim, Betty Pritchett, Mary Berthe. Row 4: Susan Rose,
Cherry Kendrick, Wynne Alexander, Ann Hewitt, Sue Hartley, Anne Nichols, Joy Grigg, Diane Davis, Rudy Shurett, Betty Waugh. Row 5:
Becky Glenn, Carolyn Guthrie, Beverly Calhoun, Marilyn Palmer, Mitsi March, Sarah Garner, Susan Giles, Janet Arey, Jessica Patterson,
Ruth Walker, Martha Stringfellow, Carole Jones. Row 6: Charlotte McEachin, Sheila Terrill, Robin McCrcry, Theresa Abrams, Merle
Griffin, Sammie Jean Ryan, Mary Beth Wear, Susan Neale, Kathy Fleming, Margaret Pow, Donna Pierce, Sarah Ann Wade.
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Wayne Armstrong, Pete Covert, Whitney Menning, Beverly Hanes. Row 3: Howard Bassett, Warren Duncan, John Boschung,
Netta Holley, Vera Montgomery, Rickie Winstead.
FRENCH CLUB: Row l: June Carver, Shirley Zanthes, Sally Hinton, Jane Mills, Butch Elkins, Betty Baucom, Joy Booth, Nancy
Wright, Elizabeth Northrop, Marilyn Northcutt, Sissy Herrod, Mary Stewart, Danna Iverson, Evelyn Raiford, Gayle Ashley.
Row 2: Ronny Collier, Foss Smith, Larry Beatus, Marion Pearson, Claude Hinton, Edna Vines, Judy Tullos, Yalonda Duncan,
Martha Standridge, Linda Beams, Julia Emerson, Patricia White, Ann Winters, Cary Christian, Rene Chabannes. Row 3:
Richard Thompson, John Hewitt, Tom Ingram, Dennis Holcomb, Regene Newsom, Margaret Cooper, Shirley Bailes, Betsy
Hoole, Carol Tatum, Terria Wood, Sally Kirk, Dianne West, Don Palmer, Woody Latham, John Walker. Row 4: Barbara
Stakem, Ellen Lewis, Jan Moore, Pam Butler, Carol Curry, Brenda McMillian, Gay Ray, Carole Deal, Faye Davis, Margaret
Ingram, Phyllis Reese, Emma Kay Guin, DeLaney Holaday, Roy Harris, Mark Reynolds.
V.I.E. Club Helps Students
President Scott Skelton demonstrates the intricacies of auto-
Vice-president Eddie Fisher carves a succulent roast.
V.l.E. CLUB: Row 1: Billy Ray Hocutt, Jack Green. Row 2: Kenneth Broughton, Buddy Buck, David Crawford, Larry Daniel,
George Williams, Roy LaGrone, Matthew Mason, Johnny Williamson, Victor Spradley, Alfred Rice. Row 3: Rachel Rice, Kate
Buck, Sue Ramsey, Laura O'Bryant, Marilyn Lee, Mary Ann Snider, Christene Cargile, Elaine Skelton, Cecilia Nevin, Jean
Fielder, Carolyn Belcher, Sheila Stephens, Beverly Slayton, Judy Osborn. Row 4: Ann Smith, Charlotte Vick, Katheryn Garner,
Louise Stone, Jean Smathers, Sara Allen, Susie Morgan, Bernece Hocutt, Barbara Prince, Henry Morris, Shirley Lowery,
Sharon Spence, Betty McDaniel, Margie Duncan, Nancy Jones. Row 5: Charlotte Bailey, Ann Lord, Faye Griltin, Karl Squires,
William Scott Skelton, Louie Lewis, Arthur Lake, Bill Elledge, Billy Halgan, Charles Bracknell, James Elmore, Michael Nix,
Louise Lewis, Charles Ray, M. H. Hoyle, Wesley Pike. Row 6: Beverly Stripling, Sarah Peters, Marinell Webster, Donna Avery,
Bobby Wyatt, Norman Mize, Mike Meadows, Rex Heacock, Pat Calobrese, Jerry Akins, Johnny Dedeaux, Danny Burrage,
Jimmy Hollingsworth, Eddie Fisher, Shannon Smith, Robert McDaniel, Allen Heard.
Penetrate the Vocational World
Reporter Louise Lewis, treasurer Arthur Lake and secretary Laura
0' Bryant are photographed ai their on-the-job training.
The V.l.E. Club is made up of approximately eighty-five students and
three class rooms. lts main purpose is to train students in the field or
occupation they enioy best.
Regular monthly meetings are held in which all businesstransactions
take place. The schedule of l96l-62 was as follows:
A Mum Sale for the Homecoming game was held under the direction
of the Mum Committee: Eddie Fisher, Arthur Lake, Scott Skelton, Laura
O' Bryant, Louise Lewis, and Christine Carlile.
An annual Christmas party for members and their dates and an
employer-employee dinner at Mound State Park in Moundville, Alabama,
were the principal social events. The club has one proiect every year,
this year it was to help some worthy student outside the vocational club
with a 5250 scholarship. Proceeds from theMum Sale made up the scholar-
The district convention was held in Birmingham. T.H.S. has two district
officers: Louise Stone, treasurerg and Louise Lewis, secretary.
The State Convention held in April was in Tuscaloosa. The T.H.S. club
is fortunate enough to have a state officer also, Louise Lewis, secretary.
Local officers were elected at the close of school by the Junior class club
LIBRARY ASSISTANTS: Row l: Royce Woodley, Margaret Pow, Carolyn Tucker, Jessica Patterson. Row 2: Betty Pritchett,
Robin McCrory, Pam Mitchell, Beverly Calhoun.
A large group of students trained by faculty librarians
assist in the school library. These girls learn much about
library science and render invaluable aid to the perma-
nent library staff in serving the expanding student body.
They perform such tasks as reading shelves, carding books,
checking out magazines and books, dusting, and so on.
ln the course of a school day many little errands of
indefinite nature arise. The office runners tie up these
little "loose ends", as well as perform their regular
duties of collecting attendance slips, and delivering
notices. Mrs. Bardon grades the office runners for their
services and a full credit for a non-academic is received
OFFICE RUNNERS: Row l: Glennice
McNeil, Cynthia Smith, Louise Jones,
Bonnie Davis, .lane Price, Pinkie Tuck-
er, Sandra Debter. Row 2: Charlene
Clary, Saroiane Garner, James
Kincaid, Brenda Stewart, Susan Mize,
Sharon Schembs. Row 3: Mary
George Hinton, LindaJohnson,Donna
Pierce, Jean Armstrong, Charlotte
Christ, Marilyn Palmer.
Aid in Four Areas
STUDENT SECRETARIES: Row 'l: Terry Brown, Carolyn Gutherie, Lyn Riden. Row 2: Vicki Harless, Mary Frances Fields,
Handling the problems of the student body is atre-
mendous iob. Mr. Upchurch is fortunate to have the
assistance of an able group of girls who serve in the
guidance office for one period of each day. They perform
various services such as typing reports, doing many kinds
of filing, grading tests, and processing the endless data
that goes through the guidance office.
A machine room is located in the east end of school.
This is the office of the student secretaries. Each one
remains there a period every day to type ond'operate
the duplicator. The individual teacher may find these
girls on duty at any time to assist them in mimeograph-
ing tests, study sheets, and to do other clericalwork.
GUIDANCE ASSISTANTS: Judy Horton,
Nancy Roberson, Theresa Abrams, Elaine
Kelly, Mary Ann McDaniel.
BEAR FACTS stall and sponsors enioy the windy delights ol Chicago' s
Wqfgsm Grant Park.
"Enter at your own risk- every-
thing is goingwrongtodayn reads
the sign over the door to the
iournalism class. This may de-
scribe some of the days spent in
this class but certainly not all ot
them. Through BEAR FACTS the
students ot journalism have
gained knowledge about the me-
chanics of newspapers and about
writing for publication.
Pam Mitchell, Billie Blair, and Billy Allen
handle the lectures, editorials and busi-
The BEAR FACTS staff, consisting ot six editors
and nineteen staff members, is constantly try-
ing to improve the quality of the news they
print. They have attended two conferences this
year. One of these was in Chicago, lllinois and
the other at the University of Alabama.
Bob Johnston, sports editor who has gained experience with
BEAR FACTS and local newspapers, and Chris Christian crop
a football picture.
N.S.P.A. Chicago Convention
The perfect angle is the reason BEAR FACTS photographer, Chris Christian, must turn
contortionist with his camera.
Business manager Patty Dameron and Chris go over the day's receipts for the sale
of BEAR FACTS.
When a BEAR FACTS rolls oft the press and into the
hands of the waiting T.H.S. students, few realize the
long, intricate process this paper has been through in
the making. The starting point of any newspaper is
always "getting the facts." Included in the subiects cov-
ered tor each issue is a full report ot sports activities,
school and student news, feature stories, and the inter-
esting and informative editorials. After the reporter has
learned all the facts of the event, he then has to set this
story down on paper in an interesting manner. The story
must then be approved by the editors and sent to the
printers. There it is set up on long sheets called "galieys"
with other stories for the issue. These are then sent back
to the editors and they cut out the stories and place
them on a blank sheet of paper the size of the actual
page, in the order which they are to appear. These
pages are then taken back to the printer who wiii set in
the pictures and print the paper, then return it to the
school tor distribution. The process at the printer's takes
two weeks. The staff members bundle the papers and
give them out to the eagerly awaiting students.
Amid muddled desks, papers, and old editions, iournolism students work diligently to meet their deadline.
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How familiar are the faces offriendsandteachers,
the corridors and classrooms of Tuscaloosa High
School, the million and one factors that makeup the
life of a student. Yet a few years will pass and the
memory will dim. The staff of the BLACK WARRIOR
attempts to capture, in printed words and pictures,
the elusive character of the school and its student
body - to record in black and white the things that
make i962 a year unlike any that ever went before
it. To accomplish this purpose, the staff willingly
accepts the responsibility and hard workthatputting
together an annual entails. A book is produced
that, while conforming to the standards of leading
rating services, is a truthful mirror of this youth,
this year, this time of life.
Betty Hayes, editor of the BLACK WARRIOR, and Mrs. Evelyn Vibbart, spon-
sor, utilize national rating services, consult magazines which otier advice on
yearbook procedure, and examine All-American yearbooks for the latest Che,-ry Kendrick, business manager, and Pqm Mitghellmssislqnt
yearbook developments. business manager, post signs to boost sales of the BLACK
Susan Jackson, Senior editor, Anne Tillotson, copy editor, and
Patti Hicks, assistant editor, pose brightly before the impressive
trophies won by the BLACK WARRIOR over the years,
Be ins Second Hal -Centur
Mary Ellioll,DaleChrislian, Barbara
Brooks, and Phoebe Thomas aid lhe
stall by supplying information abou?
lheir class aclivilles.
" No, ihis onel l'm in if," Pele Fosler, assislanl sporls edilor, and Susan Mize,
sporls edilor, are frying Io choose piclures lor fheir seclion.
Margarei Partlow, associale edilor, and Mary Jo Jernigan,
grade edilor, exclaim: "Piclures, picfures everywhere, bu!
noi a one idenliliecll"
Ronald Davis and Gus Roberlson, BLACK WARRIOR pholog-
raphers, appear on lhe olher side ol lhe camera.
Athlete Heads Student Government
STUDENT COUNCIL: Row 1: Ted Williams, George Fletcher, Ralph Quarles, Beppy Forehand, Pettus Randall, Gary Mattison, Jon Rey
Sullivan. Row 2: Mary Jo Jernigan, Bess Whitfield, Carol Pennington, Brantley Cochrane, Sue Ann Wilbourne, Rebecca Wright, Christene
Cargile, Alice Ann Duncan, Lenn Bomar, Lu Lu Black. Row 3: Richard Humner, Jimmy Wyatt, Gary Byrd, Don Barksdale, Ronnie Ezell,
Scotty Hughes, Tim Parker, Eddie Bleier, Tommy Nicol.
Students get their first experience of self-government
through the Student Council. Each homeroom has its
own representative, who has the right to present his
homeroom's opinions on any important matter around
school, and to vote on all issues. Each representative
has an alternate. ln the spring, excitement runs high
during campaign week, as new officers are elected. The
eager politicians and their managers gain experience
in campaigning and public relations. Some learn how to
be good losers, others, sportsmanlike winners and re-
sponsible officers. The new officers are sent to the Ala-
bama State Government Association Convention at the
end of each school year.
The Student Council has sponsored many valuable
proiects around the school with the funds raised by the
Homecoming Dance and the Beauty Walk. One of the
most important proiects is the presentation of two scholar-
ships of two hundred dollars each to deserving seniors.
This year secretary Beppy Forehand has distributed
mimeographed minutes of each Student Council meet-
ing to the homerooms so that they will be sure to receive
a full report of what went on in the meetings.
President Ralph Quarles is not only an outstanding
student but he was one of the Black Bears ofthe T.l'l.S.
football team. This young man is the center of attraction,
on the football team as well as in the student body.
STUDENT COUNCIL: Row 1: Faye Davis, Margaret Ingram, Sue Cannon, Libby McCracken, Jane Mills. Row 2: Brenda
Dockery, Judy Bleier, Pat Roberts, Donna Iverson, Mary Tillotson, Betty Jane Hall, Louellen Slact, Joy Booth, Beth
Cowden. Row 3: Rickie Winstead, Louise Moody, Marcia Owens, Ann Banks, Warren Day, Marty Van Tassel. Row 4:
Reggie Lancaster, Bob Gribbin, Eugene Poole, Joel Latham, Barry Walker, Carl Faulkner, Skip Cannon, Tom Patton,
Key Club Accents Service
KEY CLUB OFFICERS AND SWEETHEART:
Tommy Nicol, president who holds the ollice
of secretary ol the State Key Club: Richard
Hamner, 2nd vice-president: Jean Nisbet,
sweetheart: Jay Lord, chaplain: Wayne
Shailer, secretary: and Pettus Randall, lst
vice-president who holds the office of irusiee
ol Key Club lniernaiional.
During this past summer, many Tuscaloosa Key Club
members went to Philadelphia forthe International Con-
vention. The Key Club held the Freshmen Orientation to
help Freshmen get acquainted with the school, this in-
cluded the " sock hop" in the school gym.The club helped
in the state wide Cerebral Palsy drive and raised
5T7,000.00. lt has been awarded a plaque by Parent's
Magazine for outstanding service in the community. The
Key Club has presented a magic show with "Willard the
Wizard" in the high school auditorium. A candle show,
the next project, brought recognition from the town as
well as the satisfaction of making good as a community
proiect. During the Alabama football season the club
undertook the iob of helping with the stadium parking.
Having built up the treasury to a substantial amount the
Key Club donated 5100.00 to the high school library for
A clothes drive for the Salvation Army for Christmas,
along with manning a booth at Leland Shopping Center
was accomplished. The funds from the second Key Note
party went toward a scholarship, the club sent a dele-
gation to the state convention held in Mobile this year
and plans to send many members tothe International Con-
vention in California. The Key Club has inducted tive new
members, William Tucker, Jon Ray Sullivan, Warren Day,
and Wilbur Manderson.
KEY CLUB: Row 1: Pollus Randall, Jon Rey Sullivan, William Tucker, Jean Nisbei, Tommy Nicol, Roger Williams, Ed
Pickett. Row 2: Jack Jackson, Hal Rankin, Rex Zeanah, Wilbur Manderson, Billy Manderson, John Caldwell. Row 3:
Roy Harris, Aubrey Dominick, Wayne Shailer, Phil LaMareaux, Warren Day, Jay lord. Row 4: Jimmy Stringer, Eddie
Bleier, lim Parker, Richard Hamner, John Pickens, Carl Albright, John Holaday.
Cheerleaders Arouse Excitement And Pep
Mrs. Sandra Cole, sponsor, and head cheerleader, Lyn Riden,
radiate the school spirit provided by the cheerleaders.
Practice, practice and more practice dominates the
life of the T.H.S. cheerleader. They begin working to-
gether immediately after tryouts in the spring and
learn new cheers and stunts.
The cheerleaders compete against other schools in
the Cheerleader Clinic held atthe University otAlabama
every August, preceding the All-Star games.
Cheering at football and basketball games plus sel-
ling shakers to avid T.H.S.fans are the iobs well done
by this group. The cheerleaders represent the school
wherever they go, they have done a grand iob of
maintaining the reputation of the school and arousing
the interest ofthe students.
Pep rallies are held preceding the football games
to let our boys know we are behind them all the way.
The cheerleaders have held several "color days",
in which all T.H.S. students wore the school colors,
red and black, to bolster morale.
The cheerleaders are a necessity to keep the spirit
ot the school and the spirit of the team skyrocketed.
CHEERLEADERS: Head Cheerleader, Lyn Riden, Mahaska Rainey, Katie Lou Pritchett, Beppy Forehand, Susan Swaim, Jean
Nisbet, Lulu Black, Margaret Partlow, Alice Ann Duncan, Glennice McNeil.
"Rah Rah for 'l.oosa" Provides an ex
plosive entrance for the cheerleaders
Rol-l-l-l-l-l Ba ndages!
JUNIOR RED CROSS: Row 'l: Carole Gilmore, Mary Johnson, Andy Card, Mary Ann McDaniel, Roger Williams, Row 2: James Atwood,
Linda Yarbrough, Patsy Whatley, Bettie Jo Mosely, Phyllis Griffin, Pat Ward, Row 3: Mrs. Booth, Carol Nevatnak, Gay Ray, Estela Riley,
Ann Newman, Shirley Morgan.
This year the Junior Red Cross, sponsored by Mrs.
Booth, has participated in a large number of worthwhile
projects. Some of these proiects were working with the
Veterans Hospital stall, making party favors and giving
parties for various local hospitals, sending packages
overseas, and helping with school and community drives.
The club is composed of homeroom representatives
under the leadership of the officers tor this year. They
are: president, Mary Ann McDaniel, vice-president, Billie
Blair, secretary, Kay Livingston, and treasurer, James
The spirit of a school is gauged by its students' reaction
to its spectator sports. It they greet their team's failures
and successes with an equal roar of encouragement, one
can be certain that they are on the ball. The Pep Squad
learns all of the new "yells" with the cheerleaders, and
sitting in a group at football and basketball games,
spearheads the cheering of all the Tuscaloosa High fans.
Special buses are usually provided to transport the Pep
Squad to out-of-town games to work up enthusiasm and
bolster the morale of our team when it is playing in
strange surroundings. This year's Pep Squad president
is Rebecca Wright.
The sounds of the swelling voices of the Pep Squad are literally "heard 'round the world."
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Lettermen Make Athletic Honor Club
The Red Letter Club is an honorary organization
made up of the Tuscaloosa High School boys who
have earned letters in the sports offered. Being a
letterman makes a boy eligible to wear the black
" letter sweater" upon which he proudly displays
his red letter.
Football, basketball, baseball, track, swimming, golf
and tennis are all represented by a symbol.The symbol
of the particular sport in which a boy has lettered
RED LETTER CLUB: Row l: Henry Grady
Herrod, Scotty Hughes, Bobby Porter,
Jon Rey Sullivan, Gary "Guido"
Mattisen: Raw 2: George Fletcher,
Pettus Randall, John Rickett: Row 3:
Lester Davis, Eddie Ford, Ralph
Quarles, Jerry McClure: Row 4: Jimmy
Stringer, William Tucker, Bobby Chris-
tian: Row 5: Ted Williams, Joe Simon,
Dwain Winstead, Jimmy Campbell:
Row 6: Don Hallmark, Jay Smith, Gary
Byrd, John Caldwell, Don Barksdale.
occupies a small space on the red T, while the year
of graduation and stripes for the year in school the
letter was obtained are on the sleeve.
Tuscaloosa boys are proud of their membership in
the Red Letter Club because it is a form of recognition
of their athletic prowess. The certificate of award for
lettering reads, "For outstanding and dedicated per-
formance in the field of sports."
RED LETTER CLUB: Row 1: O. K.
Bryant, Roger Williams, Eddie
Glenn, Billy Rucker, Sonny Logan:
Row 2: FrankJoyner, Eddie Hinton,
Tim Parker, Jack Jackson: Row 3:
David Miller, Eddie Bleier, Stuart
Strong, John Pickens: Row 4: Foss
Smith, David H ard en, Bob John-
ston, Charles Estes, Charles Orr.
allaie Pareev Enhances School Gym
The first activity of the Art
Club this year was decorating
the school gym for the Home-
coming dance. lt was trans-
formed into a sidewalk cafe
in Paris with iron-grill furni-
ture, colorful awnings and
Each year this organization
is responsible for the stage
decorations of the beauty
walk. This year the theme "A
Star is Born" was carried
out through a background of
misty clouds and twinkling
stars, sprinkled among traces
of blue sky. The flowing
gowns of T.H.S. beauties high-
lighted this fantasy.
Carolyn Darden, Joe Wood, Beth Cowden and Judy Vanderpool inspect the painting by
B dS 'th,AtClb 'd t.
The third project of the oy ml r U ples' en
year was creating the deco-
rations to develope the theme
for the Junior-Senior Prom
held in the spring.
ART CLUB: Row I: Roy Harris, Charles Glisson, Mark Reynolds, Bill Woodley, Row 2: Mary Berthe, Carolyn Stewart, Judy Vanderpool, De-
laney Holaday, Dianne Neely, Dole Christian, Patsy Whatleyg Row 3: Annette Walker, Diane Dowdy, Jan Calhoun, Carolyn Darden, Libby
Gray, Susan Heller, Dianne Barringer, Didi Fletcher, Lucy Brooks, Row 4: Allen Apperson, Boyd Smith, Mike Williams, Chip Haring,
Buddy Norris, Joe Wood, Charles Kiker, Richard Reeves.
Univac Calculates or Math Club
Mu Alpha Theta members Wynne Alexander, Ed McTyre and Theresa Abrams receive information about this great computer from
Dr. Charles Seebeck, while sponsor Mrs. Marion Smith looks on.
The Tuscaloosa High School chapter of Mu Alpha
Theta, the national high school and junior college mathe-
matics honorary, is composed of iuniors and seniors in
their third or fourth year of college preparatory math
who have maintained an outstanding scholastic record
throughout high school. Each fall membership invitations
are extended to all qualified students who indicate an
interest in ioining the club.
This year the club has continued its practice of having
programs given by the members on subjects which are
not covered in a high school math course. Members
chosen to give programs spend much time on research,
using books from the math library, bought by the Math
Club. This year the club was privileged to have Dr.
Charles Seebeck, who demonstrated the University of
Alabama computing laboratory. Students found this
fascinating machine not only calculated difficult prob-
lems, but if fed certain data it could produce pictures of
Alfred E. Newman.
The main proiect of the club this year has been buying
books to add to the math library. Money for these books
comes from funds matched by the federal government
and from membership dues.
MATH CLUB: Row 'lz Bill Shamblin, Roger Williams, Charles Reach, Ronny Reed, Richard Summerville, Bob Worthy, Eddie Bleier, Row 2: James
Kincaid, Sammy Maze, David Miller, Joe Anders, Mary Helen Roberts, Nina Beth Parker, Judy Pugh, Sandra Debter, Ann Seebeck, Reedie
Guy, Betty Hayes, Row 3: Marsha Patterson, Jessica Patterson, Margaret Lindsey, Terry Baucom, Wynne Alexander, Ann Hewitt, Nancy
Roberson, Billy Ray, Estes Hayes, Richard Hamner, Mrs. Smith, sponsor, Row 4: Billy Ball, Eleanor Clinton, Rubye Taylor, Amelia Kyle,
Sheila Terrill, Paula Gray, Julie Deal, Theresa Abrams, Mike Howington, Diane Harris, Louise Jones, Susan Jackson, Row 5: Denny Green,
Jackie Weston, Ann Newman, Mary Jo Jernigan, Abigail Totfel, Ann lee, Ernie Houck, Wayne Shaffer, Tom Hocker, Janet Arey, Sally
Langston, Ronnie Latham.
MATH CLUB: Row l: Sharon Foster, Martha Mayfield, Joyce Tyler, Teresa Taylor, Sarah Gay Edwards, Kathy Hopkins, Anne Overall, Margie
Nuckols, Carole Jones, Pamela Mitchell, Jerri Burnette, Lu lu Black, Row 2: Vence Rollins, Billie Blair, Mitzi Marsh, Sarah Jane Garner,
Susan Neale, Susan Swaim, Lenn Bomar, Mary Beth Wear, Margaret Partlow, Becky Rhodes, Karen Allen, Glenda LaGrone: Row 3: Ronald
Kyzer, John Cruse, James Wade, Marion Pearson, Fred White,Carol Curry, Didi Fletcher, Katie Pritchett, Robin McCrory, Jon Rey Sullivan,
Jane Adams, Beverly Calhoun, Marilyn Palmer: Row 4: Donald Kyzer, Danny Langford, George Styles, Mike Meadows, Ed McTyre, Mark
Reynolds, William Parr, David Harden, Jimmy Stringer, Jay Lord, Carl Albright, Jimmy Wyatt, Dorothy Echols, Dora Jane Collins, Charles
660ne Picture is Worth a Thousand Words 9
Members of the Projection Club are trained to operate
motion picture, slide, opaque, and filmstrip projectors.
They serve their school by showing films in the small
auditorium and in various classrooms.
Language and social studies courses are especially
enriched by the use ofthe great variety of films available
through the University. The science department has
enjoyed many science films including the Bell Telephone
series of hour long programs and many of those by Walt
Projectioners are not required to leave classes, but they
voluntarily give up their study hall period to work with
the projectors. Because of the services of the Projection
Club, it is possible for our students to enjoy the visual
aids provided in the wide range of movies.
PROJECTION CLUB: Row 'l: Donald Turner, Richard Caldwell, David Driscoll, Sammy Seales, Bill Minges: Row 2: Billy Hogue,
Mike Canty, James Kelton, Mickey Latham, Denny Evans, Bill Andress: Row 3: Jack Sanders, Brady Knight, Lamar Junkins,
Harold Guy, Don Hallmark, Wayne Etheridge, Larry Hansford: Row 4: Larry Jones, Frank Greer, Danny Patrick, Bobby Spencer,
Curtis Fleming, Mike Williams, J. W. Arendole, Jeff Tidmore: Row 5: Mike Johnson, Joe Jordan, Donnie Grenhaw, George
Falgout, Bob Andress, Richard McCook, Dwayne Beams, John ny Harris: standing: Mr. Findlay: Row 6: Clarance Brooks, Trellis
Stokes, Timmy Keith.
Honor Society is Entertained by Corners
The Honor Society establishes for its membership
Theresa Abrams Beverly Calhoun Bonnie Davis
Carl Albright Christine Cargile Julie Deal
Wynne Alexander Charles B. Christian Sandra Debter
Lulu Black Charles M. Christian Dorothy Echols
Paul Bryant Ann Cleino Toppy Findlay
Jeri Burnett Eleanor Clinton Beppy Forehand
a high set of principles. It seeks to build for them
personal ethics and a realistic sense of values.
This year Dr. and Mrs. Paul Garner, parents ofa
Chapter member, entertained the group at an ele-
gant banquet at the Indian Hills Country Club.
After dinner, the president of the University ot
Alabama, together with other faculty members ot
this institution, spoke to the guests about the im-
portance ot goals in lite.
Saraiane Garner Reedie Guy Tom Herndon
Eddie Glenn Richard Hamner Thomas Hocker
Paula Gray Terry Harless Kathy Hopkins
Joy Grigg Sue Hartley Mike Howington
Carolyn Gutherie Betty Hayes Susan Jackson
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Mary Jo Jernigan
Robin McCrory Patricia Nottingham Nancy Roberson Jon Rey Sullivan Mary Beth Wear
Mary Ann McDaniel Margaret Partlow George Stabler Richard Summerville Sue Ann Wilbourne
Charlotte Mciachin Jessica Patterson Suzanne Still Susan Swaim Mary Evans Williams
Glennico McNeill Betty Pritchett Martha Stringlellow Anne Tillotson Roger Williams
Ed McTyre Katie l.ou Pritchett Anne Stuckey Carolyn Tucker Royce Woodley
Y Clubs Furnish School
HI-Y-INTERCLUB COUNCIL: row l: Jim LaMoreaux, Billy Allen, Jim Newman, row 2: Carol Hughes, Susan Mize, Patti Hicks, Susan Jack
son, Nancy Quinn, Linda Reid, Mary Tillotsonp row 3: Fran Vining, Mr. Jim Ensign, Frank Greer.
The Hi-Y-Tri-Hi-Y lnterclub Council, a recent organ-
ization at T.H.S. is composed of the presidents from each
Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y, and it regulates the activities of the
It has been an annual proiect to collect money from
each homeroom and prepare Thanksgiving baskets for
the less fortunate. This year, with co-operation from
students, the Council was able to provide twenty-three
Thanksgiving baskets to those in need. Money was left
over to help the maids and ianitors have a merry
At the end of the year, the Council sponsors a money-
raising project to give a scholarship to a boy or girl
going into Hi-Y Christian Service.
This year the Council delivers a devotional over the
intercom each Monday morning. The Chaplain of the
Council sees that a member provides the school with
thoughts and worship to begin each week.
ALPHA TRI-HI-Y: Row l: Sandy West, Sandra
Debtor, Alice Hamilton: Row 2: Eleanor Boy-
kin, Carolyn Guthrie, Sharon Schambs, Sara
Duron, Row 3: Susan Swaim, Cynthia Smith,
Mory Both Wear. Suzanne Still, Fran Vining:
Row 4: Julie Dool, Mary Jo Jernigan, Robin
McCrory, Jean Armstrong, Surah Gornar.
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Devo tion als Each Week
ALPHA SIGMA CHI TRI-HI-Y:
Row 'l: Libby Gray, Anne Tra-
wick, Beverly Hanes, Elizabeth
Northrop, Cheryl Hildreth: Row
2: Paula White, Katherine Dos-
ter, Gail Mizell, Norma Lan-
caster, Carol Copeland, Cheryl
Hunter, Linda Armstrong: Row
3: Patsy Smith, Mary Tillotson,
Myrial Bridgers, Kay Jernigan,
Rickie Winstead, Linda Nelson,
Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y clubs are active or-
ganizations which help one make friends
and deepen and enrich friendship as
well as work with others in service pro-
iects, parties, trips, sports, and other
Christian activities. Each Hi-Y or Tri-Hi-Y
club is a part ot the Tuscaloosa Y.M.C.A.
and is attiliated with the National Hi-Y
Fellowship of the United States and the
World's Alliance ot Y.M.C.A.'s in seventy-
eight countries throughout the tree world.
The national purpose of the Hi-Y and
Tri-Hi-Y is: "To create, maintain and ex-
tend throughout the home, school, and
community, high standards of Christian
character." The clubs also have obiectives
that each member does his best to live
up to. These obiectives are stated in the
platform: "Clean speech, clean sports-
manship, 'clean scholarship and clean
AMBASSADOR HI-Y: Row 'I: Clyde Davis, Breck Barnes, John Caldwell, Sammy Maze,
Billy Ray: Row 2: Carey Jordan, Sturart Strong, Billy Davis, Frank Joyner, Ronald
Kyzer: Row 3: Hugh Keller, Ricky Clawson, Billy Ball, Barney Boeder, David Harden,
BETA TRI-HI-Y: Row 'la Diane Harris, Jean Nisbet, Judy Nisbet, Patti Hicks, Alice Ann Duncan, Christy Raiford, Row 2: Linda Tidmore, Anne
Faircloth, Martha Brown, Betsy Hoole, Jackie Weston, Cary Christian: Row 3: Pamela Mitchell, Joyce Tyler, Merl Griffin, Jane Adams,
Susan Giles, Sharon Reynolds: Row 4: Gail Scott, Ann lee, DeLane Fitts, Jane Collins, Ann Newman.
Youth Legislature Trains
BLACK BEAR Hl-Y: Row 'l: Lonnie Cox, Richard McCook, Jim LaMoreaux, Eugene Poole, Dan McClusky, Row 2: Tom Ashby, Bob Pritchett,
Dennis Stanard, Jon Sasser, Tom Ingram.
Delegates from the Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-
Y clubs travel to Montgomery, Ala-
bama, to take part in the Annual
Alabama Y.M.C.A. Youth Legislature.
Delegates have to meet certain re-
quirements to qualify. Each must be
an active member in his Hi-Y club with
at least eighty-tive per cent attendance
and no indebtedness to the club. The
delegates are required to write their
own bills. Perhaps the most important
requirement is attending Pre-Legisla-
tive Training held at the University ot
Alabama. There Senator Ryan de
Graftenried spoke on problems of the
state which may be solved by legis-
lation. There were workshops to ac-
quaint Hi-Y'ers with legislation and
forms to follow when writing a bill and
a "mock" session was held. Bills have
BLACK WARRIOR HI-Y: Row 'l: Roger Williams, Allen Folts, Billy Allen: row 2: Marion . '
been written and mailed to the central
Pearson, Phil LaMoreaux, Jay Lord, Charles B. Christian: row 3: Henry Herman,
Jimmy Townsend, Aubrey Dominick, Al Mather: row 4: David Cork, Paul Rose, John Ollrlce in Montgomery Wlfllcll clssembles
Rickett, Carl Albright, Jeff Thompson. them Und returns "bill bO0k5H Con'
taining copies of all the bills. The
delegates investigate other bills as
well as their own for "good points" and
"bad points" to discuss.
CHIRCO HI-Y: row 1: Frank Greer, Greg Congleton, Richard Massi, William Allen: Row 2: Howard Bassett,
Charles Kiker, Ronny Epperson, Richard Snowy Row 3: Ralph Hayden, George Burgess, Don Johnson, Pete
Clark, James O'Neal, Jimmy Adams, Jimmy Vanderpool.
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Hi-Y Members in Government
DELTA TRI-HI-Y:Row 1: Nancy
Roberson, Nina Beth Parker,
Rebecca WrightgRow 2: Alice
Le Maistre, Diane Stansell,
Didi Fletcher, Kyra Lee Jones,
Row 3: Brantly Cochrane,
Nancy Quinn, Estes Hayes,
Camilla Canty, Martha Raye
Once in Montgomery, the Hi-Y'ers
became a junior state government.
They proceed exactly like the actual
state legislature. Bills are passed, bills
are defeated and some bills never
get out of the committee. Some bills
that pass Youth Legislature and are
considered excellent, continue to be
considered in the State Legislature.
Everyone that attends Youth Legisla-
ture has a lot of fun and acquires
knowledge about the state govern-
KAPPA TRI-HI-Y: Row 'l: Charlene Clary, Lenn
Bomar, Diane Davis, Mary Evans Williams,
Row 2: Kay Grafton, Helen Nelson, Sue Ann
Wilbourne, Susan Mize, Cherry Kendrick,
Betty Waugh, Row 3: Jerri Burnnett, Cynthia
Park, Betty Williams, Mary Frances Fields,
Royce Woodley, Bess Whitfield.
FRESHMAN HI-Y: ROW 'l: Deigh Harden, John Dodson Row 2 Jay Fletcher Bill Taylor Jim Newman Steve Cox Dwight Richardson Row
3: Allen Cochrane, Roy Adams, Lambert Payne Bill Watson Spence Boyd
H1-Y Brmgs Dr. Gladden or
Dr. James Gladden visited Tuscaloosa and addressed
the Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y clubs of Tuscaloosa County on
February T9, 20, and 21. Dr. Gladden is President of
the Blue Ridge Assembly and formerly head of the Family
Life Department at the University of Kentucky. The Hi-Y
and Tri-Hi-Y members were privileged to hear Dr. Glad-
den speak on "Preparation for Marriage". After his
speech, thought questions were presented for discussion.
Out of necessity these ioint meetings of the clubs were
limited strictly to Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y members.
Another very interesting speaker was Mr. Don Rickett.
SIGMA TRI-HI-Y: Row 1: Gena Bridgers, Juliette
Gewin, Jane Price, Bernice Hocutt, Terry Brown,
Brenda Stewart, Lulu Black, Row 2: Celeste
Upchurch, Stella Olson, Anne Stuckey, Betty
Pritchett, Charlotte Lamb, Susan Jackson, Row
3: Mary Farr, Charlotte McEachin, Anne Over-
all, Bonnie Davis, Pinkie Tucker, Linda Fri-
day, Louise Jones, Carol Clements.
In the week preceding the Seminar for Survival held at
the University of Alabama, he came to the Y and dis-
cussed the Communist threat and how we can combat it.
Each year the Hi-Y Calendar of Activities is not only
full of interesting and beneficial speakers, but the Y
provides enriching activities for the young people. The
County Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y Officers Retreat, District Conference,
District Pre-Legislative Training Session, Alabama Youth
Legislature7County Christian Emphasis Retreat and Blue
Ridge Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y Congress in Blue Ridge, North
Carolina are all a part of the Y.M.C.A. program.
TRI THETA TRI-HI-Y: Row 'l: Susan Holloman, Charlotte Rice, Mary Carol Williams, Jan Disney, Mary Jane Mathews, Judy Waugh, Libby
McCracken, Mitzi Brown, Row 2: Sissy Herrod, Louise Moody, Kathy Sherer, Nancy Wright, Cherry Chancy, Terria Wood, Martha Bennett
Row 3: Nancy Haring, Ann Banks, Kat Pritchett, Kay Koeppel, Carol Hughes, Connie Strickland, Netta Holley, Whitney Menning, Wanda
Davis, Not shown: Nan Taylor, Gene Henderson, Marcia Owens, Alice Crume.
ALPHA OMEGA TRI-HI-Y: row 'l: Jane Mills, Clifton Harris, Amalie Buck, Pat McGlamery, Becky Welton, Linda Reid, row 2: Shelly Bur-
nette, Carol Gilmore, Beth Cowden, Mary Dona Pierce, Billy Jo Seal, Leska Turner, Christine Rickett, Linda Turner, Louise Shepherd,
Ellen Boozer, Sissy Platt.
CHI-KAPPA-CHI TRI-Hl-Y: row 'l: Donna Miller, Alice Baernstein, Merwin Davis, Judy Galloway, Shirley Zanthos, Carolyn Nevin, Merilyn
Mangum, Jane Barr, Elizabeth Woollen, Barbara Brooks, row 2: Jane Banks, Mary Kate Meridith, Margaret Whitfield, Heidi Hoyt, Susan
Onley, Ann Patton, Phoebe Thomas, Eleanor Loughboro, Linda Lawrence, Nancy Richardson, June Carver.
GAMMA DELTA TRI-HI-Y: Row 'lz Lana Johnson, Trudi Nelson, Martha Williams, Susan Rice, Lynn Vail, Beverly Evin-
rude, Phyllis Reese, Row 2: Judy Williams, Tommis Sue White, Patty Savage, Deloris Madison, Elaine Alexander, Raye
Holloman, Row 3: Lynda O'Neill, Patricia Newton, Rosemary Houck, Sarah Jane Brookover, Reita Stone.
There is a ioy in pitting one's own
strength against an opponent that only
athletes know. Who else can feel so
strongly the wonder of victory achieved,
i partly or solely by their own
i stamina and coordination, who else
the disappointment, and yet hope for the future,
after a defeat. Perseverence, honor, and good sportsmanship
essential to a free society, are often learned
on the athletic field.
Bears Mark Season
NUMBER I COACHING STAFF IN ALABAMA - Standing,
left to right: Tom Tarleton, Head Coach Bill Henderson,
Tom Danner. Kneeling: Pete Pearson, Claude Cranford.
The rugged Bruins of T.H.S., playing the toughest
schedule in history, finished the l96i season with a
respectable 7-3 record. The Bears, combining atre-
mendous defense with a balanced offense, finished
in the state's top ten after being rated number one
for a time. lniuries to key personnel kept Coach Bill
Henderson's boys from going further. As usual, how-
ever, the Bears dominated the county, with one-sided
victories over Holt and County High. Buddy Edwards,
Hank Herrocl, Jimmy Wyatt, Bobby Christian, Lester
Davis, and John Rickett made the All-County Team,
while Wyatt was a first team All-State selection. Rickett,
ioined by Ralph Quarles and Bobby Porter, neither
of whom was picked All-County, was All-State Honor-
able Mention. For his outstanding play against
Bessemer, Porter was the BIRMINGHAM POST-
HERALD' S " Back of the Week."
BLACK BEARS VARSITY
Row I-l to r: Barksdale, Smith, B. Tucker, Rickett, Wyatt, Cannon, McClure, Marlowe, Byrd. Row 2: W. Tucker, Simon, Fletcher,
Harris, Stringer, Head, Edwards, L. Davis, Brown. Row 3: Haring, H. Davis, R. Herrod, Logan, Ezell, Dominick, Caldwell, Quarles,
Ford, Williams, D. Winstead, Allen, Hallmark, Campbell. Row 4: Randall, Armstrong, C.Winstead, Porter, Hughes, Sullivan
Archibald, Springfield, Styles, Mattison, Christian, Foster.
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OUR STUDENT MANAGERS...Knooling: Ed Willmon,
Bill Etheridge. Standing: Richard McCook, Jimmy
Campbell, Jim Bowman.
OUR CHEERl.EADERS...Loit to Right - Glennice McNeill, Margaret Partlow, Alice Ann Duncan, Katie Pritchett, Susan Swaim, Lyn
Ridon, Jean Nisbet, and Lulu Black, pay tribute to the BLACK BEARS.
Bears Grab Upener 27-0
Teams anxiously waich as official measure shows Bearsinches short
of a first down.
The Black Bears, '6l edition, opened with a con-
vincing victory over our county rivals,theHoltlronmen.
Fullback Joe Simon led the parade with a pair of T.D.'s,
one on a 46 yard run. William Tuckerand Bobby Porter
had one tally each. Tucker led the rusherswith 83 yards
in ll carries. Hank Herrod, Lester Davis, and Willie
Wyatt, stood out on defense.
The Lanier Poets came into Denny Stadium boasting
the state's best passer, Ashby Cook, and one ofthe
state' s best runners, Jim Scott. Both were stopped cold
by a tremendous Bear defensive unit led again by
Herrod, Davis, Wyatt, Jimmy Stringer, and Buddy
Edwards. The offense, with Bobby Christian scoring
the first T.D. on a 22 yard scamper, and Porter taking
number 2 over from l7 yards out, gained 2l9 yards.
Christian led the rushers with 86 yards.
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victory over Sidney Lanier.
The Bears burst into the state spotlight with a shat-
tering 27-O victory over highly regarded Bessemer.
Magnificent line and downfield blocking, led by Hank
Herrod, Ralph Quarles, John Rickett, and Lester Davis,
made possible the 320 yards gained on the ground.
These same boys, along with Dwain Winsteod, Jon
Rey Sullivan, Ted Williams, and tall Billy Hogue held
Bessemer to T83 yards. Bobby Porter scored the first
T.D. from 45 yards out, Jim Marlowe went 26 onthe
next, Bobby Christian sped I3 for the third, and Davis
rammed the last over from 2 yards. Buddy Edwards
kicked 3 P.A.T.' s.
A hard earned fourth victory was awarded the Bears
in Anniston. Anniston scored first, but Porter hauled
the kick-off back 82 yards to tie it up,and Buddy
Edward's P.A.T. proved the final margin of victory,
as it put us ahead, 7-6. The Bulldogs came back to go
ahead I3-7, but four minutes later, Bobby Christian
swept left end for 75 yards and a touchdown. An
interception by Joe Simon set up the final Bear tally,
and Porter sneaked it over. Anniston scored once
more, but the extra point attempt failed, and Bears
were voted the number I team in Alabama.
Bruins Trounce Arch- Rival
Bears and Wildcats mix il up over lallon T.H.S. back .lim Marlowe.
The mighty Bears rolled over victim number five as
Woodlawn was downed, 27-7. On the first series of
downs, a Porter to Christian pass was good for 69
yards and a 6-O lead. Woodlawn then scored, but the
Bears countered as Tucker scored twice, and John
Rickett once, on a spectacular pass from Porter. The
Bruin iuggernaut rolled up 379 yards total offense.
The defense was superlative, as usual, with Ted
Williams, Buddy Edwards, John Rickett, and Willie
Wyatt smothering Colonel backs all night.
A head-on collision for state honors before l4,000
in Montgomery's Crampton Bowl matched the Black
Bears and Generals. The only score came on a fake
field goal and pass to give Lee a 7-O lead.
The Bears failed to score on two occasions deep in
Lee territory. The loss, first of the season, was nothing
to be ashamed of. The defense, led by John Rickett,
Hank Herrod, and Willie Wyatt did a great iob of
containing Lee's baclcfield, supposedly the State's best.
Porter led the T.l-l,S. ground gainers with 45 yards.
Win Over Bessemer 27-0
A steamroller offensive plus a stonewall defense
gave the firedup Bears an easy victory over the out-
classed Wildcats from County High. Bear backs stam-
peded for 283 yards rushing as compared to 27 for
County High. Little Scotty Hughes, l38-pound senior,
gained lO2 yards, the most gained by a Bear all
season, to lead rushers. He also tallied one T.D. on
one of the season's best runs. Lester Davis, thefull-
back, rammed one over, and Bobby Porter carried
two across. Great blocking by center Ralph Quarles,
guard Buddy Edwards, and tackle Willie Wyatt opened
huge paths for the Bear ball-carriers. The defense, led
by stalwart "All-State" Wyatt and the rest, racked up
two touchdowns as guard Pettus Randall raced in with
a blocked punt, and John Rickett carried a recovered
fumble over for six points. Edwards kicked five extra
Highly-rated Ensley handed the Bears a third loss
of the season to the tune of 7-O. lnabattle ofthe
defenses, the Bears battled on even terms until the
fourth quarter when a Sinquefield pass found lngle
over the T.H.S. goal. William Tucker led Bear ground
gainers with 28 yards on 7 rushers. Bobby Christian
has 22 on 7. The Bears were outgained ll3to l73.
The usual group stood out for the Bear defense. Gary
Mattison's punt returns were the highlights of the
night for T.H.S.
Elected permanent Captains for 1962 are lleft to Rightl
Ralph Quarles, Bobby Christian, and Jimmy Wyatt.
The mighty Bears, in one of their best showings
of the season, pounded the Raiders for 458 yards
total offense. The scoring parade found five Bears
scoring, two coming on Porter's pin-point passing.
Christian went 80 yards for the first score, Tucker
smashed over from the one for the second, a Porter
pass on 4th down went to iunior end Don Barksdale,
who swiveled 54 yards for the score. A second
pass went to big John Rickett, who made a diving
catch on the goal line. On the final play of the game,
star safety Jon Rey Sullivan playing quarterback,
found a hole and raced 65 yards for the final '6l
tally. This was a fitting finale for a great Bearteam.
Football Players Display Glamour
NO WONDER WE HAVE GOOD SPIRIT WITH SUCH GLAMOUR LEADING CHEERS FOR US.LeIHo Righf:
Johnny Townsend, Bob Boshell, Billy Blakney, Donny Hannah, Joe Barion, H. C. Chris Curfis.
FOOTBALL TEAMS TRAVELED IN STYLE THIS YEAR WITH NEW BLACK
BLAZERS. LeII I0 RigI1I: "Guido" MUIIISOHH' Henny" Tucker,"WiIIIe" Boys pIay hosf Ior parenis cIIer Homecoming Pep Rally, where moih
WycM, Ted Williams, "Rabbi " Herrod. ers and Iafhers were honored.
A Forehand Does it Again at Homecoming
TUSCALOOSA BEAUTIES AND THEIR ESCORTS POSE BEFORE THE GAME
Lett to Right: Diane Davis, Maid: Tim Parker: Boppy Forehand Queen Paul Bryant Mary Ann McDaniel Maid
Wayne Shatter: Robin McCrory. Captain Sponsor: Charles Orr Susan Swnlm Team Sponsor Ernie Houck, Katie
Pritchett, Captain Sponsor: Billy Manderson.
A heartbreaking loss added to the chill of this cold,
windy homecoming at T.H.S. The Bears scored first
on a blocked punt by Willie Wyatt early in the game.
The vital P.A.T. was missed, and this proved diastrous.
Pensacola roared back, repeatedly going for vital
yardage to take 7-6, then l4-6 leads. Two iniuries
in the first half severely hampered the Bruin defense.
Outstanding guard-linebacker Hank Herrod suffered
a broken leg and linebacker Joe Simon was struck in
the face and had to be given several stitches in the
mouth during halftime.
D' The Bears came to life in the fourth quarter. Led by
the running of Scotty Hughes and the blocking of
Ralph Quarles, the Bears put on an 89 yard drive
for the score. A great catch of a Marlowe pass by
Don Barksdale set up Bobby Christian's TD. drive of
A new star was found in Gary Mattison whose punt
returns, along with the running of Hughes, were the
high lights of an otherwise disappointing evening.
Massive Black Bear on senior lloat prepares
to detonate Tigers.
Smiling Boppy escorted by Paul Bryant walks between lanes ol
kneeling malorettes to be crowned
Black Bears'Win 95 Out of 102
Top Row: L. to R. Bill Alread, John Pickens, Timmy Parker, Ernie Houck, Earl Compton, Paul Bryant. Bottom Row:
L. lo R. Ronnie Franklin, Eddie Hinton, Douglas l-lollyhand, Tommy Kendall, Jim Marlowe, Charlie Orr.
Columbus Fifth District
County Tournament ,
CO'-mlY l'll9l" 58 Hewitt Trussville
l'l0ll 7l Walker County
Shades Valley Tournament 45 Ensley
T0""0ni 74 ' Shades Valley
Walker COUMY State Tournament
Tuscaloosa County 66 Opelika
Holl 54 Oxford
.lohn Carrol 46 Decatur
Woodlawn 8l Shades Valley
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Row l: Gaius Whilfield, Jimmy Boleler, Dennis Holcomb, Randy Walker, Al Kincaid. Row 2: Coach Pierson, Tom
Pallan, Roberl Radclill, Greg Horn, Daniel Cummings, Jim Bowman lManagerl. Nol piclured:Alberl Hallman,
Skip Laney, Jon Sasser, Alan Goode, Lonnie Minor.
Big Tim Parker lels lly for Iwo poinls againsl Selma
John Pickens goes high againsl Selma as Houck wafches. Ernie Houck waits for lhe rebound fha? didn' 1 come.
Parker and Houck -- All-Tourneyg All-State
Bill Alread keeps the game ball after victory and Parker follows.
Tim Parker draws a foul against Valley in Consolation game.
The Bears, rated as the number I team in the Fifth
District Tourney, lost no time in proving that fact. They
rolled over Hewitt-Trussville, Walker County, Ensley,
and Shades Valley to claim the championship and the
right to defend their state championship.
At the State Tournament, the Bears were among the
favorites. This placed the team under great pressure.
ln addition, the Bruins were in the tougher bracket.
Despite these handicaps, Opelika was swamped 66 to 34,
Oxford was beaten in a hard fought 54 to 47 game.
Then came Decatur. The tall, tough boysfrom the North,
victors over highly rated Butler of Huntsville, proved
to be a little too much for the Bears that Saturday.
Coach Tarleton' s quintet was not up to its regular form,
and the Raiders quickly ran up a big lead, then held off
tremendous Bear comeback efforts to win 48 to 46.
Ernie Houck, Bill Alread, and Timmy Parker shone high-
Iy in a losing cause.
In the consolation game against Shades Valley, the
Bruins cut loose and floored the Mounties by an 81 to
55 count. Every Bear player scored. Parker led the
pointmakers with 20, while Earl Compton supported
After the game, Parker and Houck were named to the
All-Tournament team. The Birmingham POST-HERALD
picked Parker first team All-State in class 4-A, Houck
on the second team, and John Pickens Honorable
Houck put it up lor 2 points against Opelika.
Exciting Bears Draw SRO Crowds
Cheerleaders were " up in The air" about the wins of the Qournamenf.
All-Sklie Tim Parker shows his form in defending Cl Red Raider. Parker and Hguck bafile Shades Valley piayers for a rebound
TRACK, '61-'62, Row 'lz Bill Watson, Bill Minges, George Fletcher, Gary Mattison, Scotty Hughes, Charles Estes: Row 2: Jimmy
Herman, Billy Rucker, Warren Day, Joe Anders, Jimmy Head, John Caldwell, Ed Pickett, Row 3: Coach Donner, Eddie Bleier,
Wayne Porter, Jon Rey Sullivan, Wallace Thompson, Bill Barringer, Johnny Harris, Bobby Porter.
Cindermen Place in 5th District
Coach Danner is predicting a fairly successful track relay lost two seniors last year, Donaldson and Town-
season this year. Bobby Porter, our only pole vaulter, send, but Charles Estes and Gary Mattison returned.
is expected to lump close to twelve feet. Last year our Our mile relay won the Fifth District last year and is
440 relay team came in third in the Fifth District but hoping to do the same this year!
did not place in the state meet in Auburn. The 440
"Tuscaloosa's finest," Bobby Porter shows excellent form as he vaults
at the University track.
Gary Mattison and the ever-present Bobby Porter fire off the starting block
en route to track honors for T.H.S. -
Eddie Bleier, one of the state' s best hurdlers, shows his winning form. Junior weightman Sonny Logan heaves the discus record distances
They also came in third in the state. We have only discus and the shot put. We have had only one meet
one weight man, Sonny Logon, who should do well this year in Montgomery. Jon Rey Sullivan won the
this year though he is only a iunior. He throws the point for us by coming in fourth in the half-mile run.
The relay team ot Charles Estes, Jon Rey Sullivan, Johnny Harris and John Caldwell practice
passing the baton.
Swimming Expands Athletic Program
Bear record holders, Pete Foster, 400 yd. freestyle, and O. K. Bryant,
'lOO yard brecststroke.
The swimming team, led by Coach Gene Newsom,
is defending state champion. lt placed fourth in
Southeastern High School Championships. Pete Foster
and O. K. Bryant are defending state champions in
the 400 yard freestyle and lOO yard breaststroke.
Returning lettermen are Frank Adams, O. K. Bryant,
Rickey Clavvson, Pete Foster, David Miller, Stuart Bruin swim coach, Gene Newsom,
Strong' cmd Roger Wlllloms' inspires the team with his beaming
countenance and glowing smile.
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Williams, Row 2: Grover Miles, Bob Johnston, Bill Jordan, Stuart Strong, Rickey Clowson, Joe Williams.
Bruin tanlrmen stretch out at swim practice. Left to Right: F. B. Marks, Rickey Clawson, and David Miller.
Coach Cranford Becomes Baseball Coach
The Black Bear Baseball team will begin rebuilding
this year under a new coach, Buddy Cranford. The
Bruins finished last year with a disappointing l8 and
4 record. Their only losses were to Lanier, RobertE,
Lee, Gordo and Calera. The Bears lost the entire
starting infield and two of the starting outfield from
last year's team.
Seven lettermen return this year in what could be.
a surprising year. Returning in the outfield are Bobby
Christian, Bobby Porter and Joe Simon. Porter led
last year's team with a .479 batting average. Eddie
Glenn returns to help the infield, while Don Barksdale
and David Harden return as pitchers. The catching
spot is filled most admirably by Ronnie Franklin.
With a few breaks,this Black Bearteam could go along
way in state competition this year.
Bear diamond stars David Harden, Joe Simon, Don Barksdale, Bobby Porter, Bobby Christian, Eddie Hinton,
and Ronnie Franklin pose with Coach Cranford.
Gollers expected to shine lor T.H.S. this year are left to right Row l:
Shep Park, Skip Laney, Row 2: Billy Manderson, Wilbur Manderson,
Donnie Greenhaw, Tommy Nichol.
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This year's gol team will be one of the best in the
state tournament. T.H.S. was rated no. l in this tourna-
ment last year.
Returning lettermen are Billy Manderson, Wilbur
Manderson, and Donnie Greenhow. Wilbur was one of
Alabama's representatives to the International Jay-
cees' Golf Tournament in Denver, Colorado, this year.
Hopetuls for this year's team are Billy Manderson,
Wilbur Manderson, Donnie Greenhaw, Tommy Nichol,
Shep Park, Tom Patton, Skip Laney, Rex Zeanah, and
Ed McTyre, a top Tennessee golfer before coming here.
Minor Sports Get Major Attention
The T.H.S. tennis team, consisting of John Pickens,
Jack Jackson, Tommy Kendall, Foss Smith, Bill Sham-
blin, Joe Anders and Tommy McMullen is one ofthe
South' s best,
Last year they completely dominated the state high
school tournament at Sylacauga, Alabama, and won
the southern high school tournamentatChattanooga,
Tennessee, as well as all in-state dual meets. This
year, they are planning matches with Athens High
School and Westminister Prep School ot Georgia,
Baylor Prep School of Chattanooga, Meridian High
School of Mississippi, Anniston High School from
Alabama, the University of Alabama's Freshman
team, and several iunior colleges within the state.
With four returning lettermen, we expect our netters
to do even better in the coming year.
High school tennis champions ol Alabama: Row 1: Joe Anders,
Jack Jackson, Foss Smith: Row 2: John Pickens, Tommy Kendall,
" We may look silly, but let's see you try it." The Physical Education class is literally mad about the coordination exercise
Flip, or Fracture ?
In accordancewith the emphasis placed
on physicalfitness by PresidentKennedy,
the Tuscaloosa High School Athletic De-
partment for girls has instituted a well-
rounded program of exercising, competi-
tive sports, dancing and gymnastics. The
gymnastics include tumbling and co-or-
dination stunts. These keep muscles in
tone and help the T.H.S. girls develop
poise and balance.
The stunts are difficult and often dan-
gerousg however, the physical education
instructors take every precaution to pre-
vent a classroom casualty. The student
in gymnastics is able to tell by hergrade
how she compares with her classmatesg
and from an lnternational Muscular Co-
ordination Exercise sheisabletosee how
she rates in the world.
Hence, T.H.S. girls are repudiating the
ignominy of the "Flabby American."
Ricky Winstead and lriend...no, he didn't come from the P.E. Depart-
ment. Many T.H.S. students enioy horseback riding.
Mary Kato Moridith is up in the our over her
" To be or not to be a headsland that is the
question posed by Ann Banks
Senior Billy Munderson demonslrales a hold lor freshman golfers.
Candid Camera Catches Cuties
Track leam members and cheerleaders lake lime oui lo pursue lheir
' 'lavoriie ndivily HJ"
Bolle? in buskelball? Tim Parker demonslrales some Black Bear
Fair faces . ..
fine athletes . ..
leaders ofa class...
These are individuals who stand out. Their
distinctions are varied, elusive qualities assimilated from
a gesture, a sincere smile, a special tone of voice,
These are the traits
that set them apo rt.
or an ability for hard work.
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Alice Ann Duncan
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Johnny Beauchamp and Linda Reed
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Variety 0 Awards Attest
Miss Ciiizenship...Ma rgare1 Parilow
Alice for Governorl Boys' Stale delegaies Wayne Shaffer and Tim
Parker help Girls' Slaie delegafe Alice Hamilion wiih her campaign.
Seniors chosen Io afiend Ihe Alabama Indusirial Associaiion' s banquei Mary Ann McDaniel, Cari Albrighi, Reedie Guy, Richard Hamner, Mike
are Belly Hayes,Wynne Alexander, Ann Hewih, Mary Beih Wear, Theresa Howinglon, Paul Bryani, Richard Summerville, Chris Christian, George
Abrams, Suzanne Slill, Robin McCrary, Anne Nichols, Nancy Roberson, Siabler, Tom Hocker, and Wayne Shaffer.
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Tuscaloosa Counly Hi-Y candidales lor offices in lhe Youlh legislalure are Suzanne
Slill, Nancy Quinn, Mary Jo Jernigan, Lulu Black, Alice Hamilfon, Frank Greer, Billy
Allen, Billy Ray, Bob Johnslon, and Bill Shamblin lCounly Highl.
Winners ol lhe Fire Prevenlion Posler and Essay Confesls are Mary Berlhe,
Louise Lewis, Jeri Burnelle, Boyd Smith, ond Mary Tillofson.
KEY Club Sweelhearlmloan Nisbel
and Miss V.l.E .... Christine Cargile and Gene Bush
cholarship, Beaut , Music,
Mary Bella Wear and Richard Hamner, oulslanding members ol
Ohe Black Bear Band,were chosen lo play in the Universily ol Alabama
Symphony Orchestra' s concerllealuring Alabama high school soloisls.
T.H.S. welcomes Miss Ellen Crawlerd fCivicsj and Mrs. Viella Beal
lBiologyj lo lhe lacully.
Belly Hayes, Editor ol lhe '62 B.W,, Don Slrong fMichiganl, and
Mary Ann Shackley fOhiol are being given a lew poinlers in year-
book planning by Mr. Dave Sprey, lacully member of lhe summer
Communicalion Arls Inslilule af Michigan Sfale University.
Meri? Scholarship Finalisls lrom T.H.S. are Theresa Abrams,Wynne Richard Summerville, Chris Chrislian, and Jimmy Slringer
Alexander, Belly Hayes, Nancy Roberson, Tom Hacker, Reedie Guy,
Sports- We Salute Them All!
T.H.S.'ers holding slale offices are Susan Rose, French Club Presi- Prggidgm, Sugqn Gilqg, Hi.Y Sggrgfgry, qnd Lguige Lewis, V,I.E,
denl, Sheila Terrill, JCL 2nd Vice-President, John Caldwell, Hi-V Secretary,
O. K. Bryanl, sfafe l00 yard breaslslroke record holder: Don Barksdale, BIRMINGHAM NEWS
All-Slar Baseball Team: Jimmy Wyalf, Foolball All-American: Tim Parker, Mosl Valuable Player
in lour baskelball lournamenlsg Bobby Porler, BIRMINGHAM POST HERALD' S " Back ol lhe Week" 5
Pele Fosler, holder ol The stale record lor lhe 400 yard lree slyle.
Andy Turk, from Gainesville, Georgia, presidenl ol Key Club lnlernalional, is welcomed lo
T.H.S. by Key Clubbers Tommy Nicol and Tim Parker.
Mary Ann McDaniel, one ol T.H.S.'s
beaulilul maioreffes, was seleded runner
up in lhe slalewide Miss Maiorelle con
tes! in Monlgomery.
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they ore the basic elements ofa
school, the foundation stones on
whom the responsibility of
Good stones they are, shaped and
fitted for their places by skilled masons. They will
serve well, each bearing his allotted burden.
The foundation is very
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Perched atop a shining "bug", the Junior class officers
for l96l-62 are John Pickens, Vice-President, Nancy Quinn,
Secretary, and Ronnie Ezell, President
Class o 1963
The Bear Facts said, "Can you imagine...the Juniors being
first in anything?" Evidently they were not referring tothe
spirited junior class at Tuscaloosa High.
This year the class officers, Ronnie Ezell, John Pickens, and
Nancy Quinn were responsible for producing the Junior Talent
Show of l962. With such an abundance of extroverts, how could
the Juniors miss? They succeded in raising the money neces-
sary for the Junior-Senior Prom, which is given annually to
honor the graduating class.
Mrs. Vibbart, Mrs. Dennis, and Mr. Blanchard were class
Thoughts ot college and vocations prodcled Juniors toward
harder studying and were ever-present reminders ofthe places
youth will hold in America in the not-too-distanttuture.
Brown, Marlha Ann
Burl, Melba Jean
Collins, Jane Dora
Collins, Jane Evon
Duncan, Alice Ann
Elam, Billy Joe
Farr, Mary Bama
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Vibbart, Dennis, uD0c,, Sponsor Energetic ,lu
Hocull, Billy Ray
JUNIOR CLASS SPONSORS AND HOMEROOM PRESIDENTS Row l Mr Blanchard Ann Newman Becky Glenn
Paulette McGahey, Diane Harris. Row 2: Mrs. Dennis, Mrs.Vibbart John Caldwell Foss Smith John Wayne Armstrong
House, Orma n, Jr.
Hutt, Joe Lee
Jones, Kyra Lee
La Grone, Roy
Energetic Juniors Sturdy Sportsmen
Le Maistre, Alice
Nelson, Jean ,
Niehuss, Fern W
Nisbet, Jean l
Nishet, Judith l
O' Neil, Jack
Parker, Nina Beth
Pylon, Susan A
Roberts, Mary Halen
Ryan, Sammio Jean
Snipes, Betty Jo
These girls have no trouble snoring lotter swoators from Rod Lottor Club lollows The determined loam ol lunlor
cuties are Kay Earnhardt, Cam Canty, Estes Hayos, Nancy Quinn lconter Brantly Cochrane Forn Nlehuls and
I Sally Johnson.
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Springer, Ma riha Raye
Slobler, Anita Frances
Slewarl, Ma rfha
Slewa rl, Ma ry
Slrickland, Carol Ann
Taylor, Rubye Faye
Walker, Mary Louise
Wiggins, Mary Anne
Wrighl, Mary Charles
Sophs Witness Alma Mater's Growth
Alexander, George W.
Allen, David Houston
Allen, David Wayne
Arendale, J. W.
" Underneath the old oak trees" ...so begins our Alma Mater. Jay Smith, Dale Christian, and Warren Day, Sophomore
class president, secretary, and vice-president could be chuckling over the size of this particular " old oak tree." It
is typical of the ones scattered around our new fl955i campus.
Black, Elliot, Little, Ogles
Black, Jimmie Ellen
Brown, Joe Harvey
Brown, Julia Ann
Bryant, O. K.
Busby, Betty Sue
Chadwick, Roy Mi ke
Champion, Clifton Leon
Clark, Ma ry Emily
Decker, Ga ry
del Gallo, Linda
Franklin, Peggy Anne
Frefwell, Bobby Ray
Giles, Mary Jane
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Spunky and spirited, yet often serious and sedatewere the Sopho-
mores during the school year of l96l-62.
Two accomplishments caused special pride amongthe Sophomores.
One was their beautiful float built for homecoming, stuffed with
colored crepe paper and mounted on a flat-bed truck. Itcarried
out the theme Tuscaloosa Nails Tigers by showing a Pensacola
Tiger nailed over a goal post.
The Sophomores were the top class at T.H.S. in the United Fund
drive. Competition runs high among classes trying to go lOO76first.
Mrs. Fines, Mrs. Bounds, and Mr. Elliot served as class sponsors.
Aware of America's need for solid citizens, the Sophomores look
ahead with determination.
Jackson, James Ray
Johnson, John Carroll
King, James D.
SOPHOMORE SECTION PRESIDENTS ANDSPONSORS.Row
l: Libby Gray, Kay Jernigan, Dale Christian. Row 2: Wilbur
Manderson, Miha Riley, Ronald Davis. Row 3: Mr. Elliot.
Logged in Thanksgiving Drive
Marks, F. B.
Mathews, Mary Jane
Moseley, Belly Jo
O' Neal, James Lee
Paler, Sandra Jane
Price, Mary Jane
Led in United Fund Drive
" Oh, you really shouldn'l have," say Seniors Eddie Glenn and John Rickell. Sophomores Belly Dales and Milli
Brown, laifhlully abiding by the rigid rules ol Twirp Season, lreal the boys lo orange drink alhr school.
Scoh, Chales Eugene
Seay, Wm. Curlis
Sims, Belly Marie
Sllellon, Bobby Joe
Slandard, Dennis '
Vaughn, Belly Jane
Walker, Linda Marie
Walker, Terry Kirk
Walker, William Robe
Wesl, Marsha Diane
While, Mary Ann
Soph Ann Banks Harvest Queen
Williams, Mary Carol
Wilson, James Henry
Wilson, James Stanley
" Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil." Are T.H.S. students really this virtuous? Actually...Well, these students
are watching a science program in the auditorium given by General Motors.
Freshmen Show Spirit, Support School
Some Freshman favorites selected by class members head the Freshman section of the homecoming parade Other
class members proudly pull their "float" through downtown Tuscaloosa
Freshmen Rise to Occasion
Freshman bays eagerly await the return to earth of a class member
at the V.M.C.A. The "V" offered its facilities la any freshman desiring
ia participate in a physical educaiian course.
Because of the number of students in the freshman
class, it was necessary to place them on two shifts,
morning and afternoon. Remembering that even last
year T.H.S. was crowded with homerooms in the library
and Iunchroom, the Freshmen realized that 600 more
new students would be too much.
The question among all students has been which
shift is the most desirable, the morning shift whose
students are out at noon, or the afternoon shift whose
students can sleep late every morning. The Freshmen
have found both good and bad points for each shift,
but have overlooked the bad points and pushed on
with the process of learning which they feel is a privi-
lege to them under any circumstances.
Bolin, Polly Ann
Freshman girls participated in a swimming class at the Y.M.C.A. Here
an instructor demonstrates lor them.
Callahan, Roe Ann
Hurdle Hardships of Split Shift
Since P.E. courses were not offered to Freshmen at
school, buses transported them from school to the
Y.M.C.A. for fun and recreation every day.
Due to the split shift also, the Freshmen had a dif-
ficult time voting on school business and never did
elect class officers. At homecoming it looked as if they
would be left out because of the difficulty of communi-
cating between shifts. But school spirit won out, and
they were able to muster up their own class float to
compete with the upperclassmen.
Having learned the ropes, the Freshmen predict
that high school will be as prosperous and fruitful for
them as it has been for all other young Americans
eager to learn and serve their country.
Honor Society Honors F rosh
Dow, Mary Ellon
Feld, L. B.
Foster, Mary Sue
Sock Hop in September
N0 F rosh Class 0 lcers
FRESHMAN SECTION PRESIDENTS AND SPONSOR. Row l: Johnny Jacobs, Mike Ford, Larry Voil, Gaius Whillield.
Row 2: Larry Davis, Alice Baernslein, Sally Hinlon, Gail Roberls, Miss Davidson, Jim Newman.
Hastings, Ma rlha
Houck, Rose Mary
Ingram, Margo ref
Jeler, Sherry Ann
Lancasler, Jo Ann
Section Officers Lead
Romance Languages ffered
Malone, Norma Jean
Meredith, Mary Kate
Miller, Donna Sue
Nolan, Mary Lou
0' Brien, Nancy
O' Bryanf, Peggy
O' Neal, Linda
Pierce, Mary Dana
Price, Billy ,
Railord, Jo Ann
First Time to Freshmen
Freshmen Follow in '62
Seale, Billy Jo
Shirley, Belly Rulh
Smilh, Sara Ann
T.H.S. Leaders in '65
Van Tassel, George, M
These Freshman homeroom presidenls are flrom leflj Elizabelh Woolen, Lana Johnson, Trudi Nelson, Donna Thomas,
Ellen Boozer, Charles Fleming, Greg Hughey, and Jerry Farmer. They have been responsible lor fransacling business
in lheir seclions lhis school year.
A Year to Remember...
While, Tommie Sue
With a comical resemblance to the Lilliputians following Gulliver, Freshmen eagerly anticipate an orientation tour led by
upperclassman Hank Herrod. Hank is living proof of what a year or two of healthy T.H.S. life will do for a person
Below are pictures
Weeks, Martha Nell
Whitley, Donald Ray
T.H.S. welcomed William S.
Fegan in l962. He has been a
civics teacher replacing Mr.Wood
since the first part of February.
Mr. Fegan previously taught in
North Carolina and Pennsylvania,
and is a past director ofthe Tusca-
loosa Junior Theatre.
A bs entees
of those absent when the first class pictures were made. The first row is Juniors, the second, Sophomores and the third
Open good nature...vivacious and
fun-loving,..e nt h u s ia s m for many
tain's sponsor for Homecoming...
personality and intellect combined...
active participant in church youth
Faculty Selects Uutstanding
upon as a student leacler...Secretary-
treasurer of the Key Club...Sopho-
more, Freshman Class President...
Vice-president at the Student Coun-
cil...President of the Honor Society
...winner of the Elks' Club Leader-
ship Scholarship...Wayne Shatter.
Peppy personality...a dynamo of
energy...ardent worker for Y.M.C.A.
...District Hi-Y Secretary...State Hi-Y
Council...National Hi-Y Congress
Club President...Elks' Club Leader-
ship Scholarship winner...Lulu Black.
Warm friendlinessmhelpful and
sincere...many activities, curricular
and extra-curricular...student ot Latin
and French...Secretary-treasurer of
the Junior Classical League...keen
interest in higher math...President
ot the Math Club...Wynne Alexander.
A gentle voice...quiet sense of hu-
mor...capable student...avid sports
the Science CIub...Treasurer of the
French Club...Latin Medal winner...
Editor-in-Chief of l962 BLACK WAR-
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Seniors - Two Boys - Eight Girls
Excellent scholar...participant in
many school activities...a beautiful
voice...Mixed Chorus soloist...deep
interest in science and the classics
...Junior Classical League President
sense of humor...courteous and co-
operative...State Secretary of Junior
Classical Leogue...Class officer for
tour years...D.A.R. Citizenship Girl
...Associate Editor ot l962 BLACK
WARRlOR...Ma rgaret Partlow.
Always ready with a smile...faith-
ful student...member ot the French
Honor Societymoutstanding musi-
cian...All-State Band Medolist...All-
State Orchestra...UA Orchestra solo-
ist...Stote Band Festival winner...
Mary Beth Wear.
A strong leader...trustworthy...a
fine athlete and a good student...
Red Letter Club...Spanish Club...
President of the Student Council...
Wide field of interestsmknowledge
of literature, French, Spanish...
Secretary of the French CIub...Secre-
tary-treasurer of the Math Club...
service keynotes her nature...Guid-
ance assistant...Student Council...
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Four years may seem a short time in comparison
to a lifetime, but in modern society this span can be
vital, especially when it bridges the gulf between
the end of childhood and the beginning of ma-
turity as the Seniors' career at Tuscaloosa High
School has done for them. The unformed character
and nebulous personality of students are pressed
into shape by discipline they experience, real free-
dom, and an awakening awareness of things be-
yond their own small spheres.
The Senior Class of 1962 has seen many things
in the past four years, wonders never before be-
held on earth . . . and horrors. They have seen the
heaviest snowfall in twenty years, the hundredth
birthday of the Civil War, and the introduction of
the split shift in Tuscaloosa. In this nation, they
have beheld a double precedent set with a Roman
Catholic and also the youngest duly elected presi-
dent in history, John Fitzgerald Kennedy. He intro-
duced a new age with "New Frontier," while wife
Jacqueline set the style for a generation of women.
Industry boomed and labor struck, yet U. S. pros-
perity was the greatest ever.
But across the ocean a wall went up in Berlin,
and at our threshold Cuba hoisted a red banner.
The Russians resumed nuclear testing and beat the
U. S. by a few months in launching an astronaut.
Yes, exciting years that challenge the class of '62
to new achievement in the future.
THERESA ABRAMS: Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist, Honor
Society, French Club, Sec., French I Medal, Spanish Club,
Math Club, Sec.-Treas., Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, Chaplain, F.T.A.,
Guidance Assistant, A.l.A. Convention, Ring Comm., Student
Council .,.. ' CHARLOTTE ADAIR: F.T.A., Science Fair, Pep
Squad, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, Red Cross, P.T.S.A .... GAYLE
ADAMS: Red Cross, Pep Squad, Science Fair, P.T.S.A.,
Health Careers Club.
JERRY AKINS: V.I.E. Club, Football, Mum Comm ....
CARL ALBRIGHT, Band, Assistant Mgr., Lyre Club, Home-
room, Pres., Student Council, Math Club, Honor Society,
Latin Club, Black Warrior Hi-Y, V.-P., Golf Club, Key Club,
international, State Convention .... WYNNE ALEXANDER:
Honor Society, Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist, National
Science Fair, Math Club, Pres., Latin Club, Sec.-Treas., Stu-
dent Council, Homeroom, Pres., lnter-Club Council, Science
Club, Sec., French Club, Greasepainters, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y,
Sec.-Treas., A.l.A. Convention.
SARA ALLEN: Homeroom Pres., Sigma Tri-Hi-Y Sec.,
V.l.E. Club, F.l-LA., Spanish Club, Mum Comm .... WILLIAM
ALLEN: Bear Facts, News Editor, Black Warrior Hi-Y V.-P,,
Pres., French Club, Projection Club, Homeroom Treas., Hi-Y,
Tri-Hi-Y County Council, Youth Legislature...LYNN ALSO-
BROOK: Latin Club.
GAIL ANDERSON: Homeroom, Chaplain, Sec., Jr. Red
Cross, Spanish Club, F.H.A., Monitor, Student Council,
Bear Facts Staff, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y...ROBERT ANDRESS: Trans-
ter to T.H.S., Projection Club, Mechanical Drawing Club,
P.T.S.A .... ALLEN APPERSON: Art Club, Fire Brigade, Base-
ball, Prom Comm.
JEAN ARMSTRONG: Transfer to T.H.S., Spanish Club,
Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, F.T.A., Office Runner, Pep Squad, Latin
Club...WlLDA ATCHlSON: Jr. Red Cross, F.H.A., Home-
room Chaplain, Sec., P.T.S.A., Tri-Hi-Y...DONNA AVERY:
F. H. A., Jr. Red Cross, Science Fair, V.l.E. Club.
CHARLOTTE BAILEY: V.I.E. Club, Girls' Choir, Science
Fair, Mum Comm .... RAY BALLARD: Student Council, Home-
room Chaplain, Latin Club, Band, Lyre Club, Mixed Chorus,
All-State Chorus, Math Club, Fire Brigade, Float Comm ....
BRECK BARNES: Ambassador Hi-Y, Football, Pep Squad,
Mechanical Drawing Club.
TERESA BAUCOM: French Club, Math Club, Spanish
Club, Jr, Talent Show, Pep Squad, Girls' Choir, P.T.S.A ,...
RICHARD BEAUCHAMP: Art Club, French Club Sgt.-at-Arms,
V.I.E. Club, Homeroom Pres., Prom Comm., French Club
Carnival, Float Comm., Jr. Talent Show...JOHN BECK:
CAROLYN BELCHER: V.l.E. Club, Pep Squad, Homeroom
Sec., Jr. Red Cross, Mum Comm .... MARY BERTHE: Regular
Schedule...CLYDE BIGGS: Proiection Club, Band, Fire Bri-
gade, Homeroom Sec.
PRISCILLA BLACK "LULU": B.W. Favorite, Jr. Class V.-P.,
Spanish Club Pres., Hi-Y Inter-Club Council Sec., Beta Tri-Hi-Y
Pres., Alpha Tri-Hi-Y Parliamentarian, Cheerleader, National
Hi-Y Congress, National Hi-Y Council, Math Club, Student
Council, Honor Society, Youth Legislature Photographer,
Beauty Walk, Jr. Talent Show, State Hi-Y Council, District Hi-Y
Sec., All-State Choir, Science Fair, 3rd Place...BILL BLAKENEY:
Homeroom Pres., Sec., Jr. Talent Show, Band, Fire Beigade,
Homecoming Comm .... EDWIN BLEIER: Latin Club, Math Club,
Key Club, Student Council, Homeroom Pres., V.-P., Red
Letter Club, Track.
LISA BOLTON: Band, Jr. Talent Show, Homeroom Chaplain,
V.-P., Lyre Club, Sigma Tri-l-Ii-Y, Student Council, Latin Club...
LENN BOMAR: Latin Club, Math Club, Student Council,
Homeroom Pres., V.-P., Sec., Kappa Tri-Hi-Y Sec., V.-P.,
Health Careers Club, Beauty Walk, Band Sweetheart Con-
test, National Hi-Y Congress, Mixed Chorus, Jr. Talent Show,
Pep Squad, P.E. Council...SHARON BOOTH: F.H.A., Student
Council, Homeroom Sec., Band Sweetheart Contest, P.T.S.A.,
Pep Squad, Science Fair, B.W. Business Staff.
BOB BOSHELL: Fire Brigade, Jr. Talent Show, Student
Council, P.T.S.A., Science Fair, Black Warrior Hi-Y, Art Club,
Invitations Comm .... CHERYL BOWMAN: F.T.A., Health
Careers Club, Spanish Club, Science Fair, Homeroom Pres.,
Monitor, Math Club, Pep Squad...ELEANOR BOYKIN: Beauty
Walk, Spanish Club, Beta Tri-Hi-Y Sgt.-at-Arms, Alpha Tri-Hi-
Y Treas., Girls' Choir, F.T.A., B. W. Business Staff, Jr. Red
Cross, Pep Squad, Hi-Y Inter-Club Council, Student Council,
Jr. Talent Show, Science Fair.
CHARLES BRACKNELL: V.I.E. Club, Football, Track, Fire
Brigade, Mum Comm .... EUGENIA BRIDGES: Art Club, Sigma
Tri-Hi-Y, Jr. Talent Show, B.W. Business Staff, Pep Squad,
Monitor, Science Fair...JOHN D. BROWN: Band.
DANNY BROWN: Football, Mixed Chorus, Baseball, Home-
room Pres., Prom Comm., Ring, Invitation Comm., Red Let-
ter Club, IOO Mile Club, Jr. Talent Show, Science Fair...TERRY
BROWN: Homeroom V.-P., Chaplain, Spanish Club, Sigma
Tri-Hi-Y, F.H.A., Science Fair, Pep Squad, Student Sec., Jr.
Red Cross...PAUL BRYANT: Honor Society, Student Council
Treas., Homeroom Pres., Basketball, Monitor, Sports Editor,
I96l BLACK WARRIOR, Hi-Y, Sports P.A. Announcer.
PAT BURNETT: Homeroom Chaplain, Sec., Jr. Red Cross,
Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, Health Careers Club, B.W. Business Staff,
Science Fair...JERRI BURNETTE, Transfer to T.H.S., Spanish
Club, Math Club, Kappa Tri-Hi-Y, Honor Society, Beauty
Walk, Ring Comm .... PATRICK CALABRESE: Fire Brigade, V.I.E.
Club, Mum Comm., Science Fair, Ring Comm., Homeroom
During the Thanksgiving holidays, eight members of
the Bear Facts Staff were privileged to attend the
National Scholastic Press Association Conference at
Chicago's Conrad Hilton Hotel. After arriving in
Chicago, the staff announced its presence at the
Conrad Hilton and immediately began making ac-
quaintances. Twenty-six states were represented at
the conference, all stayed in the 3,000 room Conrad
Hilton. The Conference's purpose was to acquaint
high school journalists with better technique for high
school papers and yearbooks. Between the informa-
tive lectures, time was spent sightseeing in Chicago,
"the Windy City." A
Here in "the Windy City" are senior Billy Allen, Pete Clark,
Pam Mitchell, Norma Lancaster, Shirley Christ, Emma Kay Guin,
Bob Hopper, and Sam Cooper.
BEVERLY CALHOUN: French Club Chaplain, Sec., Mod-
ern Language Dept., Executive Board, F.T.A. Pres., V.-P.,
Inter-Club Council, Science Fair, 2nd Place, Honor Society,
Math Club, Lib. Staff, Pep Squad .... DORIS CALLAHAN:
Tri-Hi-Y, Band, Homeroom Sec., Student Council, Science
Fair, Jr. Red Cross, P.T.S.A .... JOHN CAMMACK: Band,
Fair Brigade, Jr. Red Cross, Hi-Y, Science Fair, Monitor.
DIANE CAMPBELL: Homeroom Chaplain, Monitor,
F.H.A,, Pep Squad, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, Science Fair, P.T.S.A ....
JIMMY CAMPBELL, Football, Basketball Mgr., Red Letter
Club, Homeroom Officer, P.T.S.A., Fire Brigade, Science
Fair .... MIKE CANTY: Transfer to T.H.S., Monitor, Proiec-
tion Club, Homeroom Officer, Student Council.
MERITA CAPPS: Science Fair, F.H.A., Band Sweetheart
Contest, Spanish Club, Jr. Talent Show .... CHRISTINE
CARGILE: Homeroom Chaplain, V.-P., Science Fair, F.H.A.,
Spanish Club, Student Council, V.l.E. Club, Mum Comm.,
Bear Facts Staff, Jr. Talent Show .... JIMMY CARUTHERS:
Science Fair, Baseball, Band, Lyre Club, Mixed Chorus V.-P.,
CLAUDIA CHERMOCK: Regular Schedule .... CHAR-
LOTTE CHRIST: Greasepainters, Debate Club, Latin Club,
Art Club, Jr. Red Cross, B.W. Business Staff, Delta Tri-Hi-Y.
. . . CHARLES B. CHRISTIAN: Mixed Chorus Pres., V.-P., All-
State Chorus, Latin Club Pres., French Club, Math Club,
Black Warrior Hi-Y, Forensic League, Science Club, Jr. Tal-
ent Show, Mixed Chorus Ensemble, Freshman Orientation
Comm., Inter-Club Council, Float Comm., Fire Brigade,
CHARLES M. CHRISTIAN: Band, Lyre Club, Band An-
nouncer, All-State Band, Bel Aires, Dixie Dreamers, Merit
Scholarship Semi-Finalist, Honor Society, Latin Club, Am-
bassador Hi-Y, Bear Facts Photographer, Math Club,
Science Club...BOBBY CHRISTIAN: Homeroom Pres., V.-P.,
Ring Comm., B.W. Favorite, Football, Game Capt., Float
Comm., Red Letter Club, Baseball, Track, IOO Mile Club...
CHARLENE CLARY: Homeroom Officer, Cheerleader, Pep
Squad, F.H.A. Sec., Spanish Club, Jr. Talent Show, Science
Fair, Kappa Tri-Hi-Y Sgt.-at-Arms, Office Runner, Monitor,
RICKEY CLAWSON: Red Letter Club, Spanish Club, State
Champion Relay Swimming Team, Science Fair, Ambassa-
dor Hi-Y, Monitor..,ANNE CLEINO: Latin Club, State Pres.,
French Club V.-P., Student Council, Homeroom V.-P., Mixed
Chorus, All-State Orchestra Medal Winner, Grease-
painters, Honor Society, French Merit Certificate Winner,
Choral Ensemble, Ring Comm., Band Sweetheart Contest,
Pep Squad, Jr. Talent Show, Science Fair...CAROL CLEM-
ENT: F.H.A., Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, P.T.S.A., Jr. Red Cross,
JOHNNY CLEMENTS: Spanish Club, Mechanical Draw-
ing Club, Historical Society, Science Fair, Jr. Talent Show,
Fire Brigade, Football, Black Warrior Hi-Y, Prom Comm ....
MARY CLEMENTS: Girls' Choir, P.T.S.A., Homeroom Chap-
lain, Science Fair, Tri-Hi-Y...ELEANOR CLINTON: Student
Council, F.T.A,, French Club, Jr. Talent Show, Math Club,
P.T.S.A. Recreation Comm.
DON COLE: Regular Schedule...RONALD COLLIER: Latin
Club, French Club, Dixie Dreamers, Bel Aire Mgr., Band,
All-State Band, Lyre Club, Projection Club, Judo Club...
KEITH COMER: Fire Brigade, P.T.S.A.
SAM CONOWAY: Science Fair, Homeroom Chaplain,
Fire Brigade, Pep Squad, Monitor, Art Club, P.T.S.A ....
PEGGY COOK: Regular Schedule...SAM COOPER: Bear
Facts Staff, Transfer to T.H.S. with Basketball, Jet Club,
Golf Team, Annual Staff, School Paper.
DAVID CORK: Basketball, Baseball, Band, Homeroom
V.-P., Sec., Black Warrior Hi-Y, Science Fair, Football, Am-
bassador Hi-Y...DAVID CRAWFORD: V.l.E. Club, Science
Fair...EDWARD CRENSHAW: French Club, Float Comm.,
Bear Facts Staff, Modern Language Dept., Executive Board,
Science Fair, Warrior Skin Divers.
DOROTHY CROWNOVER: F.H.A .... JAMES DARNELL:
Baseball, Basketball, Science Fair, Fire Brigade, Band,
Homeroom Pres .... BONNIE DAVIS: Sigma Tri-Hi-Y Sec.,
Sgt.-at-Arms, Float Comm., Volleyball Team, Spanish Club,
Jr. Talent Show, Band, Office Runner, Pep Squad, Home-
room Sec. .
CLYDE DAVIS: Ambassador Hi-Y, Monitor, Band,
P.T.S.A., Science Fair...DIANE DAVIS: B.W. Favorite, Home-
coming Maid, Jr. Talent Show, Queen of Hearts Contest,
Band Sweetheart Contest, Homeroom V.-P., Sec., Student
Council, French Club Historian, Reporter, Art Club, Kappa
Tri-Hi-Y, Jr. Red Cross, Key Club Sweetheart, West Ala.
Art Show, Honorable Mention, Homecoming Comm ....
LESTER DAVIS: Transfer to T.H.S., B.W. Favorite, Student
Council, Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, Science
Club, Proiection Club, Red Letter Club, Homeroom V.-P.,
Pres., Weight Lifting Club, Black Warrior Hi-Y, Jr. Talent
JULIE DEAL: Greasepainters, Pep Squad, Latin Club,
Mixed Chorus, Band Sweetheart Contest, Choral Ensemble,
Homeroom Sec., Chaplain, Beauty Walk, F.T.A. Sec.,
Treas., Honor Society, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Math Club, Science
Fair...SANDRA DEBTER: Math Club, Honor Society, F.T.A.,
Pep Squad, Latin Club, Science Fair, Greasepainters, Alpha
Tri-Hi-Y...JOHNNY DEDEAUX: Fire Brigade, V.l.E. Club,
Mechanical Drawing Club, Proiection Club, Ring Comm.,
Science Fair, Homeroom Chaplain.
SHIRLEY DICKEY: F.H.A., Science Fair, Spanish Club,
F.T.A., P.T.S.A ..... AUBREY DOMINICK: Homeroom Pres.,
V.-P., Key Club, Football, Black Warrior Hi-Y Treas., Pro-
iection Club, Fire Brigade...MARGIE DUNCAN: Beauty
Walk, Band Sweetheart '61, Spanish Club, F.H.A., V.l.E,
Club, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, Jr. Red Cross, Homeroom V.-P.
SARA DUREN: Student Council, Homeroom Pres., V.-P.,
Sec., Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y Sec.,
French Club, Pep Squad, Science Fair, Mixed Chorus,
Band, Ring Comm., Invitation Cornm.,'Lyre Club, Hi-Y, Tri-
Hi-Y County CounciI...HENRY EARNEST: Regular Schedule
...CHARLES EBERSOLE: Band, P.T.S.A.
DOROTHY ECHOLS: Latin Club Pres., Math Club, Jr. Red
Cross, French Club, Science Fair, Inter-Club Council, Honor
Society, Mixed Chorus, Jr. Talent Show, Historical Society,
Volleyball Team...CHARLOTTE EDGEWORTH: Jr. Red
Cross, Health Careers Club...HERBERT EDMONDS: Regular
How would you like to be followed
by the police in unmarked cars for
two months? Whether you like the
idea or not-it may be happening
to youl The Pilot Club of Tuscaloosa
presents Safe Driver's Awards
throughout the year to high school
seniors. Students are checked during
the months before the awards are
to be mode until a particular boy
and girl are selected to receive them.
Captain Darnell is pictured here pre-
senting awards to Jimmy Caruthers
and Mary Frances Fields as Mrs.
Arnell Grace, President of the Pilot
Club, looks on. Other seniors not
pictured who have won the award
are Susan Swaim and John Rickett.
CRAWFORD EDWARDS "BUDDY": Homeroom Sec., Foot-
ball, Game Capt., Baseball, Red Letter Club, Science Fair,
Spanish Club, Fire Brigade .... WILLIAM ELLEDGE: Regular
Schedule .... CHARLES ESTES: Track, Red Letter Club,
Float Comm., Fire Brigade, Science Fair.
THOMAS EVANS: V.I.E. Club, Mum Comm., Student
Council, Float Comm .... GEORGE FALGOUT: Football,
Mixed Chorus, Projection Club, Science Fair, Fire Brigade.
. . . MARY FRANCES FIELDS: Band, Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Kappa
Tri-Hi-Y, French Club, Student Council, B.W. Business Staff,
Beauty Walk, F.T.A., Pep Squad, Student Sec., Jr. Talent
Show, Science Fair, Modern Language Dept., Executive
GERALDINE FINDLAY "TOPPY": Homeroom Sec., Pres.,
Beauty Walk, Band, Sr. Homecoming Sponsor, Projection
Club Sweetheart, Science Fair, 3rd Place, Honor Society,
Spanish Club, Jr. Talent Show .... JAMES FISCHELLI: Foot-
ball, Fire Brigade, Science Fair, P.T.S.A .... EDDIE FISHER:
V.l.E. Club V.-P., Spanish Club, Fire Brigade, Student Coun-
cil, Science Fair, Science Club, Homeroom Pres., Mum
GEORGE FLETCHER: Football, Historical Society, Track,
Red Letter Club, Spanish Club, Student Council, Fire Bri-
gade, Transfer to T.H.S. with Varsity Club, South Eastern
Science Fair, All-State Chorus, Dramatic Club, "Oklahoma,"
"Carousel," "Anything Goes." . . , ALLEN FOLTS: Science
Club, Latin Club, Band, Lyre Club, Hi-Y, Jr. Talent Show,
Float Comm., Dixie Dreamers, Bel Aires .... EDDIE FORD:
Red Letter Club, Football, Baseball, Track, Latin Club, Sci-
ence Fair, Fire Brigade, Homeroom Pres., V.-P.
ELIZABETH FOREHAND "BEPPY": Student Council Sec.,
F.H.A. Pres., French Club, Art Club, P.E. Council, Homeroom
Pres., Homecoming Queen, Cheerleader, B.W. Favorite,
Queen of Hearts, Band Sweetheart Contest, Jr. Talent Show,
Pep Squad, Inter-Club Council .... BETTY FORT: Delta Tri-
Hi-Y, Girls' Choir, V.I.E. Club, Science Fair, Office Runner.
. . . RONNIE FRANKLIN: Red Letter Club, Baseball, Basket-
ball, Black Warrior Hi-Y, Fire Brigade, Homeroom V.-P.,
LINDA FRIDAY: Band Sweetheart Contest, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y,
Girls' Choir .... KATHRYN GARNER: Transfer to T.H.S.,
F.H.A. V.-P., Mixed Chorus, V.l.E. Club .... SARAH JANE
GARNER: French Club, Greasepainters, Pep Squad, Mon-
itor, Math Club, F.H.A., Bear Facts Staff, Office Runner,
Alpha Tri-Hi-Y Sgt.-at-Arms, Homeroom V.-P., Sec., Honor
WILLIAM GARRISON: Transfer to T.H.S, with 4-H Club,
Science Club, Science Fair, ist Place, Regional Science Fair,
Annual Staff Photographer, Boys' State .... JULIETTE
GEWIN: Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Squad, F.H.A.,
Science Fair, Girls' Choir, Art Club .... EDWARD GLENN:
Homeroom V.-P., Pres., Black Warrior Hi-Y, French Club,
Math Club, Monitor, Science Fair, Honor Society, Jr. Talent
Show, Baseball, Red Letter Club, Float Comm., Ring, Invita-
tion Comm., Fire Brigade.
SUSAN GOODWIN: Transfer to T.H.S .... KAY GRAF-
TON: Transfer to T.H.S., B.W. Business Staff, Band Sweet-
heart Contest, Kappa Tri-Hi-Y ..,. PAULA GRAY: Honor
Society, Latin Club V.-P., F.H.A., Pep Squad, Math Club,
Mixed Chorus, Greasepainters, Tri-Hi-Y.
DENNY GREEN: Band, Bel Aires, Spanish Club, Math
Club, Jr. Talent Show .... JACK GREEN: V.l.E. Club, Foot-
ball, Track, Fire Brigade, Lyre Club, Science Fair ..,. MARY
GREEN: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Spanish Club, Bear Facts Staff,
Health Careers Club, Pep Squad, Science Fair, Art Club,
DONNIE GREENHAW: Golf Team, Proiection Club, Red
Letter Club, Fire Brigade, Art Club, Football .... FAYE GRIF-
FIN: F.H.A., Health Careers Club, F.T.A., Jr. Red Cross,
Science Fair, V.l.E. Club .... JOY GRIGG: French Club,
Mixed Chorus, F.T.A. V.-P., Sec., Treas., All-State Chorus,
Jr. Talent Show, Beauty Walk, Band Sweetheart Contest-
B.W. Business Staff.
Reveren ce Red, White ,
ROBERT GROW: Transfer to T.H.S .... CAROLYN GUTHRIE
Student Council, Homeroom Sec., French Club, Frenclr
Honor Society, Art Club Sec., B.W. Business Staff, Ring
Comm., Student Sec., Jr. Talent Show, Band Sweetheart
Contest, Pep Squad, Beta Tri-Hi-Y Historian, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y
...REEDIE GUY: Transfer to T.H.S., Science Club V.-P., Span-
ish Club, Math Club, Honor Society, National Merit Semi,
Finalist, Band, All-State Band, Bel Aires, Lyre Club, Science
Fair, Ring Comm.
JOEL GUYER: Track, P.T.S.A., Fire Brigade, Science
Fair, Monitor...RANDY HAILEY: Jr. Talent Show, Science
Fair, Fire Brigade, P.T.S.A .... JERRY HALLMAN: Science Fair
Fire Brigade, P.T.S.A.
THOMAS HAMBY: Science Fair, P.T.S.A., Fire Brigade..
ALICE HAMILTON: Band Sweetheart, '62, Mixed Chorus
Invitation Comm., Girls' State, Pep Squad, Spanish Clul
Photographer, Beta Tri-Hi-Y V.-P., Alpha Tri-Hi-Y V.-P.
Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y County Council Chaplain, National Hi-Y Con
gress, National Hi-Y Council, Youth Legislature, Jr. Talen
Show, Science Fair, Homeroom Chaplain, Bel Aire Trio..
RICHARD HAMNER: Band Pres., Mgr., Lyre Club, All-State
Band, U.A. Orchestra Soloist, Band, Math Club, Scienci
Club Pres., Latin Club State Chaplain, Student Council
Homeroom Pres., Honor Society, Science Fair, Ist Place
Key Club V.-P., Bel Aires, Jr. Class Pres., Sophomore
Freshman Class V.-P., Ring Comm., A.l.A. Convention.
JAMES HANKINS: Band, Mechanical Drawing Club, Lyr-
Club, Science Fair, Fire Brigade...LARRY HANSFORD: Prc
iection Club, Science Fair, Fire Brigade, Football, Pei
Squad, P.T.S.A .... DAVID HARDEN: Math Club, Latin Clulc
Ambassador Hi-Y, Lyre Club, Baseball, Student Counci
Homeroom Pres., V.-P., IOO Mile Club, Red Letter Cluk
Science Fair, Band, Mixed Chorus, All-State Chorus, SL
perior Quartet, Proiection Club, Ring Comm., Track.
HARRY HARING "CHlP": Art Club, Spanish Club, Scienc
Fair, Fire Brigade, Projection Club, Homeroom V.-P .... TERR'
HARLESS: Band Sweetheart Contest, Homeroom V.-P., Pres
Chaplain, F.H.A., Math Club, Spanish Club, Monitor, Ji
Red Cross, Health Careers Club, BW. Business Statt.
VICKI HARLESS: Homeroom Sec., Chaplain, Science Faii
F.H.A., Student Sec.
JOHNNY HARRIS, IOO Mile Club, Track, Football, Base
ball, Red Letter Club, Black Warrior Hi-Y Chaplain, Home
room V.-P., Sec., Latin Club, Fire Brigade, Student Counci
Projection Club, Science Fair, Historical Society, Ring Comn
...SUE HARTLEY: French Club, French Honor Society Treas
Science Fair, F.H.A., Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Squad...WILLIAI
HARTLEY: Science Fair, Homeroom V.-P., Baseball, Fir
Brigade, Historical Society, Monitor, Black Warrior Hi-Y.
The teenager today is regarded by
many people as a vain complacent weak-
ling: a sort of parasite satisfied with the
status quo and content to cor: along on
the labor of the former generation. Noth-
ing could be farther from the truth than
this false impression engendered by the
minority and applied to the whole.
Young people in the "New Frontier"
are forced to maturity and responsibility
earlier than those of the past few decades,
iust as youths on the old frontier were.
However, today the news media and the
widespread system of communications
rather than back breaking labor and
rigorous physical hardship bring a young
person to awareness of a world trembling
before a constant peril and suffering from
disease or want. Many teenagers have
risen to the occasion giving generously of
their time and labor in order to pull their
own weight in society. They serve on
many worthwhile proiects in the com-
munify of The some time gaining Valuable Preparing to raise the United States flag are Eddie Glenn Richard Summer
experience in Working with Their fellow ville and Sarah Jane Garner members of the National Honor Society
mon. This is one of the many services the Honor Society provides T H S
BETTY HAYES: Latin Club, Latin Medal, F.T.A., Science
Club Sec., Treas., French Club Treas., French Honor So-
ciety, Math Club, Honor Society, Homeroom Pres., State
Mythology Contest Winner, National Merit Scholarship
Semi-Finalist, Editor, i962 BLACK WARRIOR, Ring Comm.,
A.l.A. Convention .... DOUGLAS HAYWORTH: Regular
Schedule .... JAMES HEAD: Football, Track, Mixed Chorus,
Fire Brigade, Red Letter Club, Black Warrior Hi-Y, Warrior
Skin Divers, Projection Club, Student Council, Science Fair,
Class Floats Comm., Jr. Talent Show, TOO Mile Club.
ALLEN HEARD: V.l.E. Club, Science Club, Fire Brigade
. . . HENRY HERMAN: Black Warrior Hi-Y, Student Council,
Homeroom V.-P., Mixed Chorus Pres., Librarian, Projection
Club, Historical Society, Fire Brigade, Pep Squad, Inter-
Club Council, Science Fair, Jr. Talent Show .... THOMAS
HERNDON: Honor Society, Transfer to T.H.S. with Masque
and Gavel Club, Class Pres., Latin Club, Student Council,
Football, Baseball, Letterman's Club, Tennis.
JAMES HERRING: Football, Baseball .... FAYE HESTER:
Science Fair, Girls' Choir, Pep Squad, Volleyball Team,
B.W. Business Staff, P.T.S.A .... ANN HEWlTT: Honor
Society V.-P., Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Science Club, Math Club, Stu-
dent Council, Inter-Club Council, Girls' Choir, Mixed Chorus,
French Club Pres., Sec., French Honor Society, Modern
Language Dept., Executive Board, A.l.A. Convention, Re-
gional Science Fair, Flag Custodian.
Solve Pro blems
JOE HIGGINBOTHAM: Band, Spanish Club, Homeroom
V.-P., Sec., Proiection Club, Fire Brigade, Black Warrior
Hi-Y, Pep Squad, Jr. Talent Show...EDDIE HINTON: Foot'
ball, Basketball, Baseball Mgr., Mixed Chorus, Science Fair,
Jr. Talent Show, Red Letter Club, Protection Club...LARRY
HINTON: Science Fair, P.T.S.A., Fire Brigade, Jr. Talent
MARY GEORGE HINTON: Homeroom V.-P., Sec., F.H.A.
Pres., Spanish Club, Jr. Red Cross, Student Council, Science
Fair, Pep Squad, Jr. Talent Show, Float Comm., Beauty
Walk, Office Runner...TOM HOCKER: Transfer to T.H.S.,
Forensic League Pres., Science Club Treas., Math Club,
Latin Club, Honor Society, Inter-Club Council, National
Merit Semi-Finalist, Ring Comm., A.l.A. Convention...BER-
NICE HOCUTT: V.l.E. Club, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Squad,
Volleyball Team, Science Fair, Homeroom Sec., B. W. Bus-
iness Staff, Mum Comm., Jr. Red Cross, F.H.A., Jr. Talent
Show, Miss V.I.E. Contest.
CHERYL HODGES: Art Club, Art Assistant...LOUISE
HODO: Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, Spanish Club, Bear Facts Staff, B.W.
Business Staff, Health Careers Club, Science Fair, Pep
Squad, Greasepainters...ROBERT HOGGLE: Regular Sched-
BILLY HOGUE: Projection Club, Football, Baseball,
Science Fair, Basketball, Fire Brigade, Volleyball Team...
JOHN HOLADAY: State Art Club Pres., Math Club, French
Club, Science Club, Latin Club Historian, Homeroom Pres.,
Student Council, Key Club...JAMES HOLLINGSWORTH:
V.l.E. Club, Football, Fire Brigade, Science Fair, Proiection
Club, Homeroom V.-P.
ANITA HOLMES: Tri-Hi-Y, F.H.A., Health Careers Club,
P.T.S.A., Jr. Red Cross, Homeroom Chaplain...KATHY
HOPKINS: Transfer to T.H.S., Band, Volleyball Team, Math
Club, Health Careers Club, Jr. Red Cross...ERNIE HOUCK:
Basketball, Red Letter Club, Spanish Club, Math Club, Stu-
dent Council, Ambassador Hi-Y, Homeroom V.-P., Baseball
Capt., Fire Brigade.
SHIRLEY HOWARD: Pep Squad, Mum Comm., V.l.E.
Club, P.T.S.A., Jr. Red Cross...CATHY HOWELL: Transfer to
T.H.S., Pep Squad, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, French Club...MIKE
HOWINGTON: Latin Club, Forensic League, Honor Society,
Math Club, Fire Brigade, Homeroom Pres.
HILBURN HOYLE: Football, Basketball, V,l.E. Club,
Science Fair, Fire Brigade...NORRIS HUGHES: Science Fair,
Volleyball Team, Football, Basketball, Fire Brigade...
SCOTTY HUGHES: Football, Game Capt., Track, Baseball,
Red Letter Club, Jr. Talent Show, Fire Brigade, Student
Council, B. W. Favorite, IOO Mile Club, "Mr, Sophomore",
Science Fair, Projection Club, Homeroom Pres.
BILLY HULGAN: V.l.E. Club, State Contest Winner...
JEFF HOUSTON: Transfer to T.H.S .... SUSAN JACKSON:
Honor Society, Band Sweetheart Contest, Spanish Club,
Regional Science Fair, Student Council, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y
Pres., Youth Legislature, Math Club, Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y County
Council, Homeroom Sec., Chaplain, Hi-Y Inter-Club Coun-
cil, Beauty Walk, "Hi-Y'er ot the Month", Senior Editor,
T962 BLACK WARRIOR, Jr. Talent Show, Spanish Assistant.
CHARLES JACOBS: Regular Schedule...SARAH JAGLO-
WICZ: Transfer to T.H.S., F.H.A .... GINGER JAMES: Maior-
ette, Jr. Red Cross, Student Council, Homeroom Sec., Chap-
lain, Jr. Talent Show, Science Fair, Beauty Walk, Sigma
MARY JO JERNIGAN: Beta Tri-Hi-Y Sec., Homeroom
Chaplain, Student Council, Pep Squad Pres., Spanish Club
Pres., Alpha Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain, Volleyball Team, Math
Club, Latin Club, Jr. Talent Show, Prom Comm., Inter-Club
Council, State Hi-Y Council, Youth Legislature, National
Hi-Y Congress, Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y County Council Pres., V.-P.,
Science Fair, Grade Editor, T962 BLACK WARRIOR, "Hi-Y'er
of the Month"...JOHNNY JOHNS: Regular Schedule...
BARBARA JOHNSON: Science Fair, F.H.A., Monitor.
JO ANN JOHNSON: Transfer to T.H.S., F.H.A .... LINDA
JOHNSON: F.H.A., Pep Squad, P.T.S.A .... MIKE JOHNSON:
Projection Club V.-P., Fire Brigade, Art Club, Homeroom
V.-P., Jr. Talent Show, Science Fair, Volleyball Team.
JAMES ROBERT JOHNSON: Band, Homeroom V.-P,,
Student CounciI...ROBERT JOHNSON: Ambassador Hi-Y
Pres., V.-P., Chaplain, Swimming Team, National Hi-Y Con-
gress, State, District Hi-Y V.-P., Bear Facts Sports Editor,
Homeroom V.-P., Black Warrior Hi-Y Pres., Youth Legisla-
ture...LOUISE JONES: Spanish Club, Science Fair, F.H.A.,
Sigma Tri-Hi,Y Treas., Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y County Council, Math
Club, Ottice Runner, Jr. Talent Show, Float Comm., Home-
During the University of Alabama home
games this year, the Key Club of T.H.S.,
in co-operation with the Tuscaloosa
Chamber of Commerce, provided a
shuttlebus service between the T.H.S.
parking lot and the Denny stadium.
This service helped reduce greatly the
traffic around the stadium both before
and after the football games. The club
hired a number of buses, depending
upon the importance of the games. Each
car of people paid one dollar for the
parking of the car and transportation
to the game. The service was so profit-
able this year that the club hopes to
continue it next year and the years to
come. Escorting fans to the bus in the
picture are John Holaday, Aubrey Domi-
nick, and Roger Williams.
MARIE JONES: Jr. Red Cross, Pep Squad .... ROGER
JONES: Band .... BILLY JORDAN: Swimming Team, Am-
bassador Hi-Y, Science Fair.
JOE JORDAN: Proiectlon Club .... FRANK JOYNER:
Ambassador Hi-Y Chaplain, Baseball, Red Letter Club ....
FRED KELLER: Transfer to T.H.S., Talent Festival.
ELAINE KELLEY: Pep Squad, Guidance Assistant, F.l'i.A.,
Science Fair .... JAMES KELTON: Football, Fire Brigade,
Projection Club, Historical Society, Science Fair, Jr. Talent
Show, Homeroom Chaplain .... CHERRY KENDRICK:
Majorette, Cheerleader, Business Manager, I962 BLACK
WARRIOR, Student Council, Spanish Club, Library Stott,
Kappa Tri-Hi-Y Sec., Beauty Walk, Bear Facts Stott, Jr.
Talent Show, French Club.
NANCY KETCHUM, Transfer to T.H.S., Pep Squad, Health
Careers Club, Science Fair, P.T.S.A., I-Iomeroom Chaplain.
. . . JAMES KINCAID: Office Runner, Track, Ambassador
Hi-Y, Math Club, P.T.S.A .... BARBARA BANKS KNIGHT:
Greasepainters, Jr. Talent Show, Girls' Choir, Homeroom
V.-P., Chaplain, Black Warrior Business Staff, Science Fair,
Office Runner, Jr. Red Cross, Student Council.
Fans Board Bus...
GLENDA LA GRONE: Greasepainters, Math Club, Honor
Society, F.T.A., Spanish Club, B.W. Business Staff, Debate
Club, Science Fair, Health Careers Club...ARTHUR LAKE:
V.I.E. Club Treas., Homeroom V.-P., Fire Brigade, Mum
Comm., Ring Comm .... JANE LAKE: V.I.E. Club, F.H.A., Pep
ROBERT LAKE: Science Fair, Historical Society, Proiection
Club, Monitor, P.T.S.A .... CHARLOTTE LAMB: Spanish Club,
Sigma Tri-Hi-Y V.-P., Science Fair, Pep Squad, Jr. Talent
Show, Bear Facts Staff, Monitor, Float Comm .... PHIL LAMO-
REAUX: Key Club, Ambassador Hi-Y, Black Warrior Hi-Y
V.-P., French Club, Transfer to T.H.S. with Baseball, Chess
JOYCE LANCASTER: Transfer to T.H.S., Pep Squad,
F.H.A., P.T.S.A .... RONNIE LATHAM: Band Mgr., French
Club, Regional Science Fair Winner, All-State Band, Math
Club...JEANETTE LAWRENCE: F.T.A., Jr. Red Cross,
P.T.S.A., Pep Squad.
MARILYN LEE: V.l.E. Club, F.H.A .... LOUIE LEWIS: V.l.E.
Club, Science Fair, Lyre Club, Homeroom V.-P., Chaplain,
Mum Comm., Fire Brigade...LOUISE LEWIS: Freshman Ori-
entation Comm., Mixed Chorus, Debate Club, Pep Squad,
Greasepainters, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, B.W. Business Staff, V.I.E.
Club Reporter, West Central Dist. Sec., State Sec., Mum
Comm., Lyre Club, Ring Comm., County, City Fire Preven-
tion Theme Winner, "Miss V.I.E. of the Month", Miss V.I.E.
CAMILLA LIVINGSTON: Transfer to T.H.S., Latin Club,
French Club, F.H.A., Homeroom Sec., Monitor, Float Comm.,
P.T.S.A .... DANNY LIVINGSTON: Science Fair, P.T.S.A ....
JUDI LOLLAR: Transfer to T.H.S., Greasepainters, Jr. Talent
Show, Pep Squad, F.H.A., Jr. Red Cross.
ANN LORD: Regular Schedule...JAY LORD: Key Club
Chaplain, Spanish Club V.-P., Math Club, Black Warrior
Hi-Y, Student Council, Greasepainters, Monitor, Homeroom
Pres., Tennis, Fire Brigade, Float Comm .... JUDY LOGAN:
Pep Squad, Jr. Talent Show, Volleyball Team, Sigma
Tri-Hi-Y, Science Fair,
BILLY MANDERSON: Student Council, Homeroom Pres.,
V.-P., Football, Key Club, Golt Team, Red Letter Club, Ring
Comm., Honor Society, Health Careers Club, Black War-
rior Hi-Y...CLEMENTlNE MARCUM: Monitor, F.H.A., P.T.S.A.
...MITZI MARSH: Band, Lyre Club, Regional Science Fair,
Science Club, Math Club, French Club, Homeroom Sec.,
Treas., Chaplain, Pep Squad, Jr. Red Cross, Jr. Talent
NELLIE MARTIN: Regular ScheduIe...REBA MASSEY:
F.H.A., Homeroom Chaplain, Science Fair, Volleyball Team,
P.T.S.A., Jr. Red Cross, Monitor...ROBERT MATHIS: Transfer
to T.H.S., Historical Society, Judo Club V.-P., Instructor,
State Judo Champion, Southeastern, South Atlantic,
Southern Judo Tournament, Judo Brown Belt, French Club,
Lab Assistant, Fire Brigade, Science Fair.
DIANA MATTHEWS: F.H.A., P.T.S.A .... GARY MATTISON:
Football, Game Capt., Track, Baseball, Red Letter Club,
Fire Brigade, Black Warrior Hi-Y, Student Council, Home-
room V.-P., Pres., IOO Mile Club, Jr. Red Cross, Judo Team,
Jr. Talent Show, Science Fair, Monitor...ROSEMARY MAY:
Pep Squad, Science Fair, Greasepainters, Jr. Red Cross,
F.T.A., Volleyball Team.
DENNIS MCCLENNY: Regular Schedule...JERRY Mc-
CLURE: Football, Game Capt., Track, Red Letter Club, Fire
Brigade, Black Warrior Hi-Y, Student Council, Homeroom
Chaplain, V.-P., IOO Mile Club, Judo Team, Jr. Red Cross,
Science Fair, Jr. Talent Show, Projection Club...CAROL Mc-
CRACKEN: Beauty Walk, Lyre Club, Band Librarian, Asst.
Librarian, Science Fair, Student Council, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y,
Homeroom V.-P., Treas., Sec., Chaplain, Pep Squad, Span-
ish Club, Jr. Talent Show.
SUE MCCRACKEN: Pep Squad, Greasepainters "Sparkin,"
"Three's a Crowd", Science Fair, Jr. Red Cross, Math Club,
B. W. Business Staff, F.T.A., Volleyball Team, Historical
Society...BlLL MCCRORY: Student Council, Homeroom Pres.,
V.-P., Jr. Talent Show, Football, Track, Ambassador Hi-Y,
Ring Comm., Science Fair, Black Warrior Hi-Y, IOO Mile
Club...ROBIN MCCRORY: French Club V.-P., Pep Squad
Reporter, Beta Tri-Hi-Y Reporter, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, French
Honor Society, Math Club, Honor Society, Homeroom
Pres., Treas., Ring, Invitation Comm., Lib. Statt, F.H.A.,
A.I.A. Convention, Student Council, Jr. Talent Show, Band
Sweetheart Contest, Homecoming Capt. Sponsor, B. W.
Business Statt, Beauty Walk.
BETTY MCDANIEL: Regular Schedule...MARY ANN Mc-
DANIEL: Maiorette, 2nd Place Ala. Contest, Homecoming
Maid, Historical Society Pres., Homeroom Sec., Treas.,
Chaplain, B'ham News Oratorical Contest, 2nd Place,
Regional Science Fair, 3rd Place, Student Council, B. W.
Business Statt, Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Youth Legislature, Beauty
Walk, Greasepainters, Debate Club, Spanish Club, F.T.A.,
A.l.A. Convention, Guidance Assistant, Math Club, Jr. Red
Cross Pres., Honor Society Chaplain...ROBERT MCDANIEL:
V.I.E., Fire Brigade, Science Fair.
CHARLOTTE MCEACHIN: Greasepainters, "The Whole
Town's Talking", Forensic League, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain,
Student Council, Jr. Talent Show, F.T.A., Mixed Chorus, Jr.
Red Cross, Spanish Club, French Club...GLENNICE Mc-
NEILL: French Club, Cheerleader, F.H.A., Homeroom V.-P.,
Sec., Chaplain, Beauty Walk, Student Council, B. W. Fa-
vorite, F.T.A., Kappa Tri-Hi-Y Treas., Jr. Talent Show, Home-
coming Comm., Jr. Red Cross, B. W. Business Staff, Office
Runner...ED MCTYRE: Honor Society, Spanish Club, Math
DONALD MEDDERS: Student Council, Art Club, Home-
room Treas., Sec .... MARTHA MIDDENDORF: F.T.A., Art
Club, Transfer to T.H.S. with 4-H Club V.-P., Mixed Chorus,
Jr. Achievement Sec., Treas., Miss Jr. Achievement, Girls'
Chorus, Girls' Quartet, Student Council Reporter, French
Club, F.H.A., Beauty Walk, School Annual Picture Editor,
Band...DON MILES: Black Warrior Hi-Y Sec., Treas., Home-
room V.-P., Jr. Talent Show, Track, Spanish Club, P.T.S.A.
BILL MINGES: Band, Lyre Club, Track, Red Letter Club,
Homeroom V.-P., All-State Band, IOO Mile Club, Proiection
Club, Fire Brigade, Science Fair, Transfer to T.H.S. with
Track, Football, "C" Club, Choir, S.A.C., Basketball...
SUSAN MIZE: Latin Club, Beauty Walk, Office Runner,
Kappa Tri-Hi-Y Pres., Sec., Treas., Hi-Y lnter-Club Council
Sec., Homeroom V.-P., Jr. Talent Show, Bear Facts Staff,
Sports Editor, I962 BLACK WARRIOR, Jr. Red Cross, Ring,
Invitation Comm., Youth Legislature, Band Sweetheart Con-
test, Senior Homecoming Sponsor...HENRY MORRIS: Science
Fair, Fire Brigade, Homeroom Chaplain, V.I.E. Club.
SUSIE MORGAN: V.l.E. Club, Pep Squad, Homeroom
Chaplain, Sec .... DON MURRELL: Transfer to T.H.S .... JOHN
MURRELL: Transfer to T.H.S.
SUSAN NEALE: Art Club, Math Club, French Club, Latin
Club, Homeroom Sec., Homecoming Dance Comm., Prom
Comm., Jr. Talent Show Decoration Comm .... HELEN NEL-
SON: Transfer to T.H.S., Beauty Walk, Kappa Tri-Hi-Y
Chaplain, P.T.S.A .... CECILIA NEVIN, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, V.l.E.
Club Reporter, Mum Comm., Homeroom Chaplain, Bear
ANNE NICHOLS: French Club, Girls' Choir, Mixed Cho-
rus, F.T.A., Honor Society Sec., Treas., B.W. Business Staff,
Jr. Talent Show, Pep Squad, Jr. Red Cross, Homeroom
Chaplain, Student Council, A.l.A. Convention, Band Sweet-
heart Contest, Science Fair, Math Club, French Honor So-
ciety, Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Historical Society...TOMMY NICOL:
Key Club Board Member, V.-P., Pres., District Key Club Sec.,
Treas,, Sr. Class V.-P., T.A,P. County Chairman, Homeroom
Pres., V.-P., Student Council, Golf Team, Basketball, Black
Warrior Hi-Y, B.W. Favorite, Homecoming Comm., Prom
Comm., Mixed Chorus, All-State Chorus...GROVER NILES:
Transfer to T.H.S. with German Club, Ski Club, Swimming
Club, Football, Gymnastic Club, Guilding Comm.
MICHAEL NIX: V.I.E. Club, Fire Brigade... PATTY NOT-
TINGHAM: B.W. Business Staff, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, Health
Careers Club, Homeroom V.-P., Science Fair, Pep Squad,
Spanish Club, Greasepainters...MARJORIE NUCKOLS: Math
Club, Girls' Choir, P.T.S.A.
TOMMY NUCKOLS: Football, Track, Swimming, Ambas-
sador Hi-Y, Homeroom V.-P., Student Council, Projection
Club, Fire Brigade...LAURA O'BRYANT: Jr. Red Cross, V.l.E.
Club, lvlum Comm., Homeroom V.-P., Student Council...
STELLA OLSON: Homeroom V.-P., Chaplain, Science Fair,
Debate Club, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y Sgt.-at-Arms, Sec., Pres.,
Beauty Walk, F.T.A., Hi-Y Inter-Club Council, Volleyball
Team, Spanish Club Historian, Bear Facts Staff, Youth Leg-
islature, Pep Squad.
CHARLES ORR: Basketball, Student Council, French Club
Sgt.-at-Arms, Science Fair, Homeroom Pres .... JUDY OS-
BORN: V.l.E. Club, F.H.A., Student Council...ANNE OVER-
ALL: Band, Lyre Club, Spanish Club, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, Youth
Legislature, Health Careers Club, Math Club, Science Fair
MARILYN PALMER: Math Club, Homeroom Chaplain, Jr.
Talent Show, Office Runner, F.T.A., French Club, Band,
Lyre Club, All-State Band...CYNTHIA PARK: F.H.A., Span-
ish Club, Beauty Walk, Jr. Sweetheart, Kappa Tri-Hi-Y,
Homeroom V.-P., Band Sweetheart Contest, B. W. Business
Statt..,TIM PARKER: Key Club Board Member, Student
Council, Homeroom Pres., V.-P., Sec., Spanish Club, Bas-
ketball, Football, Tennis, Track, Red Letter Club, Boys'
State, T.A.P. Advisor, Warrior Skin Divers, Ambassador
Hi-Y, Ring Comm., Freshman Orientation Comm., Band.
MARGARET PARTLOW: Honor Society, Class Sec., Miss
Citizenship, Jr. Talent Show, Latin Club, State Sec., As-
sociate Editor, I962 BLACK WARRIOR, Math Club, Home-
room Sec., Cheerleader, B. W. Favorite, Student Council,
Beauty Walk, French Club, Art Club...JESSICA PATTER-
SON: Honor Society, Math Club, Latin Club, French Club
Chaplain, Historical Society, Jr. Red Cross...JACK PEEKS:
Greasepainters, "The Christmas Carol," "Sparkin."
CHARLES PERKINS: V.l.E. Club, Mum Comm., Band...
REESE PHIFER: Homeroom Chaplain, Math Club, Science
Fair, Fire Brigade, P.T.S.A., Science Club, Football...
BEVERLY PHILLIPS: F.H.A., P.T.S.A.
The Tuscaloosa Squadron ot the Civil Air Patrol, ot
which several high school students are members, was
commissioned in the early titties. At one time it was
the number two squadron in the nation in size and
etliciency. This year the squadron participated in
practice search missions and sent cadets to Maxwell
Air Force Base for a summer encampment where they
received a week of military living, flying jets and
attending classes on the study ot rockets and weap-
ons. ln December the squadron received a Unit Cita-
tion trom national headquarters tor work on their new
building. This squadron is one at the best in the
Fi N fi
Edward Crenshaw, a member of the Cadet Squadron of the
Civil Air Patrol, ioins in youths' preparedness to preserve our
JO ANN PHILLIPS: Student Council, Homeroom Sec.,
Chaplain, F.H.A., Science Fair .... ROSS PHILLIPS: Band,
P.T.S.A .... DONNA PIERCE: Transfer to T.H.S., Health
Careers Club V.-P., French Club, Pep Squad, F.H.A., OFHce
Runner, Girls' Choir, Science Fair, Beauty Walk.
BOBBY PORTER: Football, Game Capt., Track, Baseball,
Projection Club, Red Letter Club, State "Back of the Week",
Homeroom Pres., V.-P., Chaplain, Student Council, Jr. Talent
Show, B.W. Favorite, Swimming, Homecoming Comm., All-
State Football, Honorable Mention .... MARGARET POW:
Latin Club, French Club, Science Club, F.H.A., Math Club,
Jr. Red Cross, Lib. Stott, Bear Facts Stott, B.W. Business
Stott .... JANE PRICE: Homeroom V.-P., Sec., Treas., Sigma
Tri-Hi-Y Treas., V.-P., Historian, Reporter, F.H.A. V+P., Par-
liamentarian, Spanish Club, Pep Squad, Jr. Red Cross,
Student Council, Jr. Talent Show, Youth Legislature, OFFice
Runner, Science Fair.
BARBARA PRINCE: F.H.A., Mum Comm., V.I.E. Club ....
BETTY PRITCHETT: F.H.A., Greasepainters, Forensic League
Sec., Student Council, Youth Legislature, Honor Society,
Pep Squad, French Honor Society, B.W. Business Staff, Jr.
Talent Show, French Club, Math Club, Inter-Club Council,
Jr. Red Cross, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y Sec., V.-P., Lib. Stott. . . .
KATIE LOU PRITCHETT: Head Cheerleader, Honor Society,
Latin Club, Math Club, French Club, Pep Squad, B.W.
Favorite, Beauty Walk, Ring, Invitation Comm., Homecom-
ing Capt. Sponsor, Homeroom Pres., V.-P., Sec., Jr. Talent
Show, Jr. Red Cross, Homecoming Comm.
Hos ted by Juniors
RALPH QUARLES: Student Council Pres., Football, Red
Letter Club, Basketball, Baseball, Spanish Club...MAHASKA
RAINEY: Cheerleader, French Club, F.H.A., Kappa Tri-Hi-Y
V.-P., Pep Squad, Homeroom Officer, Student Council, Jr.
Talent Show...SUE RAMSEY: V.l.E. Club, F.H.A., Science
Fair, Pep Squad, Mum Comm.
HOWELL RANKIN: Key Club, Ambassador Hi-Y, Swim-
ming, Basketball, Science Fair, P.T.S.A ..., CHARLES RAY:
V.I.E. Club...CHARLES REACH: Math Club, Band, Fire Brig-
ade, P.T.S.A., Mechanical Drawing Club.
RONALD REED: Band, Math Club, P.T.S.A., Float Comm.
...RICHARD REEVES: Science Club, Art Club, Prom Comm.,
Jr. Talent Show Comm., Homecoming Comm., Science Fair
...ALFRED RICE: V.l.E. Club.
JEWEL RICHARDSON: Regular Schedule...JOHN RICK-
ETT: Homeroom Pres., Jr. Talent Show, Football, Game
Capt., Baseball, Basketball, Black Warrior Hi-Y V.-P.,
Pilot Club Driving Contest Winner, Science Fair, Red Letter
Club, Fire Brigade, All-County Football, Honorable Men-
tion All-State FootbaII...LYN RIDEN: Head Cheerleader,
Student Council, Pep Squad, Spanish Club, Homeroom
Pres., V.-P., F.H.A., Student Sec., Science Fair, Jr. Talent
Show, Jr. Red Cross, Tri-I-li-Y.
NANCY ROBERSON: Forensic League V.-P., Howard
Tournament 3rd Place, State Extemporaneous Speaking
Winner, Business Manager, I96I BLACK WARRIOR, Math
Club, Honor Society, National Merit Semi-finalist, F.T.A.,
Latin Club, Science Club, Greasepainters Treas, Pep Squad,
Guidance Assistant, Delta Tri-Hi-Y...ANNE ROBERTS: Latin
Club, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y Pres., V.-P., Homeroom Sec., F.T.A.,
Pep Squad, Inter-Club Council, Bear Facts Staff Reporter,
Corresponding Editor, B. W. Business Staff, P.E. Council,
Jr. Red Cross, Science Fair, Youth Legislature...JAMES
ROBERTSON: Science Fair, Ambassador Hi-Y, Proiection
Club, Fire Brigade, Monitor, P.T.S.A.
SUSAN ROSE: French Club Pres., State French Club Fed-
eration Pres., Miss T.H.S., I96I, Homecoming Team Spon-
sor, French Club Mademoiselle, Modern Language Dept.,
Executive Board, All-Star Sponsor, Mixed Chorus, Inter-
Club Council, Jr. Talent Show...BILLY RUCKER: Football,
Track, Red Letter Club, Baseball...SHARON SCHEMBS: De-
bate Club Sec., Science Club, Greasepainters, B. W. Busi-
ness Staff, F.T.A., Latin Club, Monitor, Office Runner, Pep
Squad, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Jr. Talent Show, Science Fair.
at Annual Prom...
JOE SCHMITT: Homeroom Pres., Ambassador Hi-Y, Bas-
ketball, Mechanical Drawing Club, Art Club, Pep Squad,
Football, Float Comm., Prom Comm., Jr. Talent Show,
Science Club, Fire Brigade, Jr. Red Cross, Historical So-
ciety, Swimming...WAYNE SHAFFER: Sophomore, Freshman
Class Pres., Student Council V.-P., B.W. Favorite, Red Book
Comm., P.E. Council, Inter-Club Council Pres., Math Club,
French Club, Key Club Sec., Treas., Homeroom Pres.,
P.T.S.A. 3rd V.-P., Recreation Comm., Honor Society Pres.,
Mixed Chorus, Boys' State, Historical Society Sgt.-at-Arms,
Science Fair, A.I.A. Convention, Jr. Talent Show...BEN ANN
SHELTON: Girls' Chorus, Transfer to T.H.S. with Concert
Chorus, F.H.A., Basketball Team, Glee Club, Office As-
RUDY SHURETT: Latin Club, French Club, Homeroom
V.-P., Sec., Chaplain, F.H.A. V.-P., Jr. Talent Show, Kappa
Tri-Hi-Y Sgt.-at-Arms, Student Sec., Pep Squad, Science
Fair, Jr. Red Cross...ELAINE SKELTON: V.I.E. Club, Choral
Music...SCOTT SKELTON: V.l.E. Club Pres., Homeroom
Pres., Fire Brigade, Ring Comm., Mum Comm.
BEVERLY SLAYTON: V.I.E. CIub...JEAN SMATHERS:
V.I.E. Club...ANDREW SMITH: Band, Proiection Club, P.E.
Council, Bel Aires.
ANN SMITH: V.I.E. Club, Office Runner...BOYD SMITH:
Art Club Pres., National Scholastic Art Award Winner,
Homeroom V.-P., Red Book Artist...CYNTHIA SMITH: F.H.A.,
Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Alpha Tri'Hi-Y, Youth Legislature, Pep Squad,
Latin Club, Homeroom Sec., Health Careers Club, Office
Runner, Jr. Talent Show, Prom Comm., B. W. Business Staff,
National Hi-Y Congress, Band Sweetheart Contest, Science
MARCELINE SMITH: Homeroom Sec., Jr. Red Cross,
Spanish Club, F.H.A. Pres., Science Fair...MICKEY SMITH:
Band, Homeroom Pres., Mechanical Drawing Club, P.T.S.A.,
Ambassador Hi-Y, Monitor, Fire Brigade, Historical So-
ciety...SHANNON SMITH: V.l.E. Club, Science Fair, Fire
Brigade, Homeroom V.-P.
MARY ANN SNIDER: V.I.E. Club, Art Club, Science Fair,
Jr. Red Cross, Mum Comm., Homeroom Chaplain, F.H.A.,
Pep Squad, Tri-Hi-Y,..SHARON SPENCE, Transfer to T.H.S.,
F.T.A., Greasepciinters, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, Youth Legislature,
Jr. Talent Show, French Club, V.I.E. Club, Mum Comm.,
Pep Squad, Girls' Choir, BW. Business Staff, Miss V.I.E.
Contest...LENDlE SPRINGFIELD: Football.
Peddle Parched Peanuts...
More than one hundred T.H.S. stu-
dents have sold peanuts for the
benefit of Partlow State School dur-
ing Mentally Retarded Week in
Alabama. Seniors Terry Brown and
Carolyn Guthrie are pictured here
as they make a sale to one of our
local citizens. Profits from the sale,
supervised locally by the Tuscaloosa
Civitan Club, will go to aid the
GEORGE STABLER: Band, Transfer to T.H.S. with All-State
Band, Beta Club, Annual Staff, Baseball, Basketball, School
Paper Staff .... LARRY STALLINGS: Student Council, Home-
room V.-P., Chaplain, Projection Club, Basketball, Monitor,
Science Club, Fire Brigade .... HENRY STANDRIDGE: Mixed
Chorus, All-State Chorus, T.H.S. Trio, Baseball, Basketball,
Homeroom V.-P., Historical Society, Fire Brigade, Judo
CHARLES STAPP "CHUCK": Homeroom V.-P., Football.
. . . BETTYE STEELE: Pep Squad, F.H.A., Jr. Red Cross. . . .
SHELIA STEPHENS: V.l.E. Club, Lib. Staff, Band, Jr. Red
Cross, Pep Squad.
BRENDA STEWART: Band, Beauty Walk, B.W. Business
Staff, Health Careers Club, Science Fair, Oltice Runner, Pep
Squad, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y .... SUZANNE STILL: Student Coun-
cil, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Beta Tri-Hi-Y Treas., Latin Club, Mixed
Chorus Sec., Lib., Science Fair, Pep Squad, Jr. Talent Show,
All-State Chorus, Jr. Red Cross, Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y County Coun-
cil Sec., Band Sweetheart Contest, Youth Legislature, Honor
Society, Volleyball Team .... LOUISE STONE: F.H.A.,
Homeroom Sec., Treas., V.l.E. Club District Treas.
Trick or Treat for UNICEF
"Trick or Treat" is the
annual cry on October
3'Ist, yet this year our
seniors collected money
inste-ad of treats 'for
UNICEF lUnited Nations
Emergency Fundl. This
campaign was sponsored
by our local UCYM, Unit-
ed Christian Youth Move-
ment. T.H.S. students met
at local churches and di-
vided into groups to
cover their district. The
money gained for this
cause was over eight
hundred dollars, which
will be sent overseas
to help underprivileged
children. David Harden,
Mary Jo Jernigan and
Suzanne Still are shown
here as they collect money
from Mrs. Lanny Payne.
JIMMY STRINGER: Sr. Class Pres., B.W. Favorite, Foot-
ball, Game Capt., Key Club, Math Club, Student Council,
National Merit Semi-Finalist, Mixed Chorus, Red Letter Club,
Jr. Talent Show, Ring, Invitation Comm., Homeroom Pres.,
lOO Mile Club .... MARTHA STRINGFELLOW: Science Club,
Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, Science Fair, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus,
French Club, Honor Society, Math Club .... BEVERLY
STRIPLING: V.l.E. Club, F.H.A., Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, Spanish
Club, Student Council, .lr. Red Cross, Miss V.l.E. Contest.
STUART STRONG: Swimming, Team Capt., Red Letter
Club, Spanish Club, Greasepainters, Ambassador Hi-Y Sec.,
Fire Brigade, Bear Facts StaFf, Prom Comm .... ANNE
STUCKEY: Spanish Club, Science Fair, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, Home-
room Chaplain, Student Council, F.H.A., Bear Facts Staff,
Band Sweetheart Contest, Ring Comm .... JON REY SULLI-
VAN: Math Club, Latin Club Consul, French Club, Key Club,
Historical Society V.-P., Red Letter Club, IOO Mile Club,
Football, Game Capt., Track, All-State, Cross County Team,
Baseball, Honor Society, Fire Brigade, Forensic League,
Student Council, Ambassador Hi-Y, Homeroom Pres., V.-P.,
Mechanical Drawing Club, Youth Legislature, Ring Comm.,
Flag Custodian, Monitor.
RICHARD SUMMERVILLE: Homeroom V.-P., Latin Club,
French Club, Math Club, Science Club, Honor Society, Re-
gional Science Fair Winner, Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist.
. . . VIRGINIA SUTLEY: Greasepainters, Transfer to T.H.S.
with Team Club, School Paper Typist, Girls' Athletic Assoc.,
Tennis Club, French Club .... SUSAN SWAIM: Latin Club,
Maiorette, Science Fair, French Club, Honor Society, Beta
Tri-Hi-Y, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y Treas., V.-P., Chaplain, Hi-Y State
Chaplain, Jr. Talent Show, Student Council, Cheerleader,
Math Club, Homecoming Team Sponsor, Beauty Walk, Pilot
Club Driving Contest Winner, P.E. Council.
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Build Firs t-
DONALD TAYLOR: Mechanical Drawing Club, P. E.
Council...RONALD TAYLOR: Band, Monitor...A. G. TERRELL:
ALLEN TERRY: French Club, Black Warrior Hi-Y Sec.,
Pep Squad, Homeroom V.-P., Monitor, Science Fair, Jr. Red
Cross, Hi-Y lnter-Club Council...JEFF THOMPSON: Jr. Red
Cross, Fire Brigade, Swimming, Baseball, Football, Home-
room Officer, Black Warrior Hi-Y, Greasepainters, Histori-
cal Society, Art Club...ANNE TILLOTSON: Latin Club,
French Club, Student Council, Honor Society, Copy Editor,
1962 BLACK WARRIOR.
BILL TOWNSEND: Monitor...JAMES TOWNSEND: Black
Warrior Hi-Y, Football, Fire Brigade, Homeroom V.-P.,
Historical Society...CAROLYN TUCKER: Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Span-
ish Club, F.H.A., Greasepainters, Forensic League, Lib.
Staff, Historical Society.
STEVE ANNA TUCKER "PlNKlE": Spanish Club, F.l'l.A.,
Sigma Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain, Band Sweetheart Contest, Home-
room Sec., Treas., Chaplain, Science Fair, Jr. Talent Show,
Pep Squad, Float Comm., Office Runner, Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y
County Council...WILLIAM TUCKER: Student Council, Home-
room Pres., V.-P., B.W. Favorite, Football, Basketball,
Track, Red Letter Club, TOO Mile Club, Key Club, Weight-
lifting Club...FRANKlE TURNER: Transfer to T.H.S.
CHARLOTTE UNDERWOOD: Pep Squad, F.H.A .... CE-
LESTE UPCHURCH: F.H.A. Historian, Pep Squad, Sigma Tri-
Hi-Y, Science Fair, Homeroom Sec., B.W. Business Staff,
Jr. Red Cross...MIKE VAUGHN: Band, Hi-Y, Fire Brigade,
MELVIN VINE5: Monitor, Football, Track, Homeroom
V.-P., Student Council, Fire Brigade...FRANCES VINING:
Transfer to T.H.S., Beta Tri-Hi-Y V.-P., Alpha Tri-Hi-Y Pres.,
Hi-Y Inter-Club Council Pres., Spanish Club, Mixed Chorus
Reporter, Jr. Talent Show, Beauty Walk, Forensic League
Treas., Greasepainters, Pep Squad, Student Council...
SARAH ANN WADE: F.H.A. Treas., French Club, Home-
room Officer, Health Careers Club, Historical Society Sec.,
Jr. Talent Show, Science Fair.
ANN WALKER: Pep Squad...RUTH WALKER: Band, Stu-
dent Council, Beauty Walk, Homeroom Sec., Lyre Club,
French CIub...WILSON WALTERS: Regular Schedule.
BETTY WAUGH: French Club, Monitor, Kappa Tri-Hi-Y
Sgt.-at-Arms, Pep Squad, Jr. Talent Show, F.H.A., Student
Council, Modern Language Dept., Executive Board, Science
Fair, Homeroom V.-P., Sec., Jr. Red Cross, Beauty Walk,
Beta Tri-Hi-Y V.-P .... MARY BETH WEAR: Band, Student
Council, Beauty Walk, Homeroom Sec., Lyre Club, French
Club, All-State Orchestra, U.A. Orchestra, U.A. Orchestra
Soloist, National French Contest Winner, French Honor
Society, Math Club, Honor Society, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Ring
Comm., State Band Festival Winner, A.I.A. Convention...
ANN WEDGEWORTH: Homeroom Treas., F.H.A., Jr. Red
Cross, Student Council, Health Careers Club.
LINDA WEDGEWORTH: Homeroom Pres., Sec., Student
Council, Pep Squad, Kappa Tri-Hi-Y, Science Fair, Beauty
Walk, Band Sweetheart Contest, F.H.A. V.-P., French Club,
Jr. Talent Show, Bear Facts Staff, Modern Language Dept.,
Executive Board, Volleyball Team...LaDORA WELBORN:
F.H.A .... SANDRA WEST: Homeroom V.-P., Alpha Tri-Hi-Y,
Transfer to T.H.S. with Cheerleader, Pep Squad, Verse
Choir, Jr. Red Cross, School Chorus, School Play.
GLORIA WHITE: Transfer to T.H.S., F.H.A .... BESS WHIT-
FIELD: B.W. Favorite, Bear Facts Staff Sweetheart, Student
Council, French Club, Modern Language Dept., Executive
Board, Beauty Walk, Band Sweetheart Contest, Ring
Comm., Jr. Talent Show, Homeroom V.-P., Sec., Pep Squad,
Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Kappa Tri-I-Ii-Y, Monitor, F.H.A. V.-P., Volley-
ball Team, P. E. CounciI...SUE ANN WILBOURNE: French
Club, Math Club, Science Fair Winner, Honor Society,
French Honor Society, Volleyball Team, Jr. Talent Show,
B.W. Business Staff, Fair Queen Contest, Beauty Walk,
Band Sweetheart Contest, Prom Comm., Homecoming
Comm., Mixed Chorus, Trio Sextet, Bel Aires Soloist, Ring
Comm., Homeroom V.-P., Sec., Chaplain, Beta Tri-Hi-Y,
BETTY WILLIAMS: Kappa Tri-Hi-Y, Ring, Invitation Comm.,
F.T.A., F.H.A., Science Fair, Pep Squad, Homeroom V.-P.,
Sec., Student Council, Beauty Walk, Band Sweetheart Con-
test, Volleyball Team, Monitor, Bear Facts Stott, P. E. Coun-
cil, Jr. Talent Show...JAMES S. WILLIAMS: Art Club, Hi-Y,
Fire Brigade, Science Fair...MARY EVANS WILLIAMS: Beta
Tri-Hi-Y, Kappa Tri-Hi-Y, F.H.A., Spanish Club, Modern
Language Dept., Executive Board, Pep Squad, Science Fair,
Spanish Assistant, B.W. Business Staff, Girls' Chorus, Vol-
ROGER WILLIAMS: Key Club, Band, Lyre Club, State
Music Festival Medal Winner, Swimming Team Capt., State
Champion, Red Letter Club, Black Warrior Hi-Y, Jr. Talent
Show, Science Fair, Ring Comm., Math Club, Fire Brigade,
I-lomeroom Pres., V.-P., Sec., Treas., Latin Club Consul,
Latin III Triumph, Jr. Red Cross...PULLEN WILLIAMSON:
Band, Monitor...PEGGY SUE WILSON: F.H.A., Pep Squad,
Jr. Red Cross, Science Fair.
Teens Against Polio is the teen-
age branch of the March of Dimes.
Its purpose is to collect funds to com-
bat arthritis and crippling birth de-
fects. As in March of Dimes work,
each county in Alabama has a
county chairman and an assistant
chairman. Each T.A.P. chairman
works with individual teen-agers
and with teen-age organizations to
raise the money. Different means of
collecting the money include road-
blocks, crutch sales, basketball
games between teachers and stu-
dents, bowling tournaments and
passing a hat at a public event,
such as a high school basketball
game. T.A.P. gives the teen-ager
the opportunity to get out and take
an active part in halting arthritis
and birth defects.
Teens are marching again for polio under the direction of Tommy Nicol, County
TA P Chairman Clubs and organizations of the school have assisted Tommy
LINDA WOOD: Regular Schedule .,.. ROYCE WOOD-
LEY: French Club, Latin Club, Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Student Council,
Bear Facts Staff, Lib. Staff, Monitor, Jr. Talent Show, Volley-
ball Team, Homeroom V.-P., Sec., Pep Squad, Kappa Tri-
Hi-Y V.-P., Band Sweetheart Contest, Beauty Walk ....
MORRIS WOOLLEY: Football, Track, Fire Brigade, Proiection
ELOISE WYATT: F.H.A., Science Fair, Monitor, P.T.S.A.,
Jr. Red Cross, Volleyball Team, Homeroom Chaplain ....
JIMMY WYATT: Student Council, Math Club, Red Letter
Club, Football, Game Capt., All-County Football, Science
Fair, Fire Brigade, Baseball .... ROBERT WYATT: Art Club,
Proiection Club, Ambassador Hi-Y, Art Assistant, Pep Squad.
SARAH WYATT: Science Fair, Homeroom Sec., Pep Squad,
Jr. Red Cross, P.T.S.A .... BRENDA YERBY: F.H.A, Jr. Red
Cross, Homeroom Chaplain, P.T.S.A
The editors not editing?l Yes, the BLACK WARRIOR staff is caught in the midst ol its wild celebration of the completion of most ol the annual.
The book closes-the sights and sounds of l96l-62 die away.
The BLACK WARRIOR staff for their tireless work, we thank you.
To Miss Rubye Gulley forher capable handling of BLACK WARRIOR
finances go our immeasurable thanks.
Those who excused us from their classes and suffered a million
inconveniences for our sake, we thank you teachers of Tuscaloosa
To the student body who provided us with our material, we say
For his patient co-operation and invaluable assistance, we thank
our photographer Gus Robinson.
Our printers Paragon Press, we thank you.
To the merchants and businessmen ofTuscaloosa, our patrons, who
made our book possible, we give our thanks.
Last, we thank Mr. John F. Kennedy, whose code of patriotism
inspired our theme.
- The Editors
I T79 Il
From the earliest days of this
nation, America's economic system
has been based on tree enterprise.
Each man can, it he has the ability,
become the owner ot his own business
Stitt competition insures high
quality tor most products and stabilizes their price ranges.
Advertising sparks and sustains this lite-giving
competition. On the following pages, merchants and
patrons of the
Ashley Smifh, Margaret Whifflelcl
ALLEN 81 JEMISCDN
established in 1883
ALBERTA DRUG STORE
Your Neighborhood Drug Store
Phone 752-T554 23Ol 9th ST., E.
Alberto City Tuscolooso
SPILLER FIELD 81 GARDEN
Bee Supplies, Seed, Fertilizers, Herbicides, Bedding
Plonts, Tools, Feeds, Insecticides, Fungicides
2504 Seventh St. Tuscolooso, Alobomo
Open AM' i' CHERRY KENDRICK
i 1:00 O'CIock PM. Business Mcmoger
'Denotes members of Business SMR.
2207 7th Street Tuscaloosa, Al
"Courteous Personal Service"
6lI 22nd Avenue
BARKSDALE 81 SONS
"I-lome at Better Cleaning'
2223 Eighth sweet
FAMOUS MAKE SHOES
Men, Women and Children
35 Percent and More Savings
STEIN'S SHOE STORE
For All Your School Needs
MARKET G. c. MURPHY co.
Phone 758-8678 Leland Center
, I Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.
36l8 Birmingham I-lgwy. M d Y th S T d
on a ru a ur ay
EXPERT REPAIR PIZITZ
EDDIE'S ELECTRIC 97"
Motor Revvinding 84 And Nicesf
I4I9 22nd Ave.
Depa rtment Store
Across from Sears
AUDIO HOUSE ANNEX
l223 University Ave.
Largest Record Selection In Town
H. M. Swaim, Optician
OPTICAL SERVICE CO.
2428 6th Street
'A' PAM MITCHELL
Assistant Business Manager
IE IEEIEEEQZI Q - w a . . .-,.,: 1:,..Q,Ig: -.:g,: -EEE Mr. and Mrs. Wood
J v I IIIIIZI
H zl. Of
2 A ,
I' TASTEE FREEZE
Y tiss DELUX CLEANERS
A LICIZI I Am CW
I 4'I' H AV 'S
I. iIi'4' iiiiiiii' ii" I iii RUSSEL s. LEE FLooR
, AND TILE co., :Nc
E- PX' A"' Q f-nf 'fi Tl A
S-W Terrazzo 0 Ceramic Tile o Carpets
ll ,:-.'., g T All Types of Floor Covering
City Shopping Center 758-2861
V l032-I5tI'i Street 758-2862
THE BANK wiw Olb Erablllon. AND New ldeaS
TUSCALOOSA WELDING CO.
2308 2nd Street
Charles G. Cardinal
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Welding and General Machine Work Phone PL. 4-7766
Homelite Chain Saws
MEET YOUR FRIENDS
Pete Foster, Mary Helen Roberts, Carol Pennington, Skip Cannon, Ted Williams, Patti
Hicks, John Rickett, Charlotte Rice, Mary Carol Williams, Mitzi Brown
PUTT PUTT GOLF COURSE
l XX I ll
America s Finest
Curb Service-Hickory Smoked BBQ
See Your HCUSHMAN MOTOR SCOOTERSH
Next Door to Putt Putt
B'Ham Hiway ll - Tuscaloosa, Alabama
1 if 0 I
1400 - 10111 Ave.
Classical Ballet, Modern Toe,
Tap, Acrobaiics, Baron
Modern Jazz, Musical Comedy,
1280 SOOO WATTS
Serving West Alabama
21 19 Broad
Cynthia Park and Sue Ann Wilbourne
2121 8th Street
FARRIS - FAULKNER
R. C. A.
Phone 754-7566 1925 Brood ST.
J. C. Foulkner Tuscolooso, Alo. dl' SUSAN NELSON
J. K. Colemon Luloi C. Borton
BOOK STQRE INSURANCE AGENCY
and Phone 754-4486
W. R. Alexonder
GIFT SHOP Lewis T. Winters Jomes K. Colemon
Estoblished 1898 B651 Wishes
1915 Sixth St. Tuscolooso, Alo.
We welcome you ond R' ' S
--' -. 7
For Fine Foods
in o plecisont
2110 7th St. Phone 758-0461
- George Toylor -
617 Greensboro Ave. Ph. 758-2836
"Your Super Service Station"
BRUCE WEST, owner
2330 Eost 9th St. Ph: PL. 2-308
Serving Eost Tuscolooso
BURCHFIELD HOTEL JOE MOTT'S GAR
Visit Our Coffee Shop-
316 Greensboro Ave. 2
4 Hour Wrecker Service
phone 758-2778 We Speciolize in Heovy Equipment
1328 45th Ave., Eost
WT -2152, F
LM i'h. vile
Best Wishes to
the Closs of '62!
ALBERTA GROCERY CO.
2305 9th Eost
OFFICE SUPPLY CO'
0 Office Furniture
0 Safes 81 Fireproof Files
0 Filing Equipment
0 Office Supplies
521 25th Ave.
'A' MARY KATE MEREDITH
Only S3 A Year
GRAY'S MEN'S SHOP
Curlee 8 Don Richards-Clothing
2307 Broad Street
1,7 X ' 5,0-I WITH
5? no ,
X ,gg NAMES MORGENTHAU S
6lO Parkview Center
Sanitone Dry Cleaning
Sooner or Later Your Favorite Cleaners
for the tastiest treat in town'
TRY TH! "ALL AMERICAN"
a f-sr rf - J
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' Q lr ,7
1001, PURE BEEF HAMBURGER
GOLDEN FRENCH FRIES
Before or after the ball game . . . or for a
tasty snack anytime . . . bring your date to
McDonald's. Enjoy the goodness of
McDonald's Hamburgers made of 10076
pure beef, government inspected and ground
fresh daily. They're served hot off the grill
on toasted bun. Here at McDonald's you
get fast, cheerful, courteous service . . .
plenty of parking . . . no car hops . . . no
tipping . . . the tastiest food in town at
prices that please.
look for the golden arches
, E naldtlk S
S gl!!! I!!
ir REBECCA WRIGHT
BROWN - McRAE
2332 East 9th Street
Alberta City Phone 758-8693
73 - RANO
Y - REFRIGERATORS
- WATER HEATERS
- AIR CONDITIONING
65. ..,. L- R HEATING
A1464-900 - OUTDOOR GAS LIGHTING
I824 Broad ' DRYERS
A L A B A AAA
LIBERTY NATIONAL LIFE
Clyde Daniel- District Manager
B. F. Goodrich
Complete Machine Shop Service
Best Wishes Class of '62
PARKER TOWING CO.
wn our wn ome"
-rf-E ff STE:
I "O Y O H
MORROW REALTY CO.
Builders and Developers
Always Ask For
"6 Times Cleo ner'
UNIVERSITY DRY CLEANING
COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE P
'A' MARY HELEN ROBERTS
I8IO Hockberry Lone f
3115 8th Sf. I
fl I .75 AWNING 81 SHADE CO.
Burglar Bars- venefaon Blinds
P. o. BOX 391
"The Very Finesi for
People Who Sove"
L. L. ADAMS REFRIGERATION
TUSCALOOSA FEDERAL 8 ELECTRIC CO.
SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSOCIATION
Heor Pump Air Conditioning
L. L. Aoloms, Owner
IIOI Greensboro Ave.
ISO8 Greensboro Ave.
For The Lofesf in Styles
MISS ALABAMA FASHIONS R' I
IOIO-8th Ave. S
Phone 754-7554 SUPER MARKET
Helen S. Fowler
I306 Queen Cify
FINE Maris we AR MIDNIGHT
2329 Brood Street
i' CAROL PENNINGTON
IOO5 7th Avenue
Ricks Sf Sons Hardware
ALBERTA CITY '
Across From Alberto Fire Stotion
2116 9th Street Eost
Visit Our Gift Department
BOOZER MOTOR COMPANY
l4Ol Greensboro Ave. - Phone 759-4233
Left to Right: Bess Whitfield, Betty Williams, ond Lenn Bomor
- Fronchised Deolers For Mercedes Benz, Triumph,
Fiof, B. M. C. -Complete Soles, Service ond Ports-
421 E. 15th Street
1181" TIRE COMPANY
Sincloir Products - Accessories
1901 Brood Street
Henry A. Toylor, Monoger 'A' DIANE HARRIS
THE CENTRAL FOUNDRY
' Community Service
0 Poyroll Disbursement v Tox Poyments
v Supply Procurement 0 Budgeted Contributions
BOLSTER YOUR OPPORTUNITIES
Left to Right: Rebecca Wright, Diane StanseII, Susan Woodley, and Skip Cannon
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
I96I SENIOR CLASS OF T.H.S.
STANSELL PONTIAC-CADILLAC INC.
2115 I5Th sf.
.Nik -Cb '
CAFETERIA QI 1
On Thursday Nite
Family Nite - Free
Desserts, Baloons for the
Children, Along with
Family Nite Specials.
DeBARDELEBEN COAL CCRP
NELL AND FRANK MARLOW M -
Conn, Leblanc 84 Holton Instruments
Hammond Organs-Kimball Pianos
-Gibson and Fencler Guitars-
- Record Players -
- Tuscaloosa's Most
Complete Record Bar-
Service for the South
HODO ELECTRIC CO.
Licensed and Bonded Electricians
Residential, Commercial and
CHEERLEADERS OF 1962!
Top: Glennice McNeill, Jean Nesbif.
Middle: Margaret Partlow, Lulu Black,
Head Cheerleader, Lyn Riden.
Malwaska Rainey and Alice Ann Duncan
' is P
.95 gluergdocly .JLlalalag. D M
ity atiunal ank
Bottom: Beppy Forehand, Susan Swaim,
BRYANT'S SERVICE STATION
Tenth Street ond Greensboro Avenue
iv ASHLEY SMITH
BETTER MEALS BUILD BETTER FAMILIES
BOTTLED CARBONATED BEVERAGES BUILD BETTER MEALS
Dr. Pepper Pepsi Colo
Coco Colo Royol Crown Seven Up
TELEPHONE PLAZA 2-0382
THE WAYSIDE STORE WITH THE PERSONAL TOUCI'
E owlw-xm ruiaixiitumz Cofyiwxixiv ,
1725 Ninth Street, Ecist 0 P. O. Box 17.
Opposite Portlow Stote School
9 CZ? GN-9
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SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
THE BLOSSOM SHOPPE
Your Friendly Florist
Doy 754-4792 2406 Brood St. Night 752-5554
Toys Housewares and Gitts
Hardware and Tools Glidden Paints
Building Materials Plumbing and Electrical Supplies
J. OVIATT BOWERS COQMPANY, INC.
"Your Friendly Hordwore Store"
2105 Second Street
TUSCALOOSA MARBLE COMPANY
501 - 15th Street
THE Snffewffv-W1LuAMs Co.
PAINTS. VARNISHES. LACQUERS. LEADQ. OILS. ENAMEI-5:
BRIJSHES AND PAINTERS' SPECIALTIES
son -15TH sms:-:'r
SOUTHSIDE 0 1 9631136
CLEANERS LAUNDRY 12OO Hargrove Rd.
ls What We Give
"Radio Dispatched Service Trucks"
24 HOUR SERVICE '
Phone PL 2-0471
'A' REBECCA RHODES
jar every QW
you cAoo5e wifA
fiwle . . . Lf
EIQCAQI' gd Ozmenf
Le your guiJe!
1509 Hargrove Road
Piece Goods, Drapery
KEYS' FABRIC SHOP
2314 7th Street
22I9 oth Street- 754-4681
New 81 Used
Bought - Sold - Traded
"See Us For Low Prices"
I43I-C Hackberry Lane
Advanced Hair Stylists
LIPSEY - SCOTT
DRY GOODS CO.
Piece Goods, Hosiery and
2500 Broad Street
STOP TO EAT AT THE . . .
CHICK - N - TREAT
' 509 Fifteenth St.
lAcross from Searsl
Phone 752-3259-Tuscaloosa, Alabama
HALL OPTICAL DISPENSARY
MOTOR CO, Phone 758-8841
IIO Bridge Avenue
IOI Masonic Building
R. R. H n coNtAct LENS
O all Res' 758 532' LENSES DUPLICATED
Wner W. Troy Anders G. M. IBIIII Anders
GUTHRIE - BARTON
Complete Landscape Service
Old B'Ham Highway
W. B. DRAKE Bi SON, PRINTERS
2I I9 9th Street
5' Rf?-2 '
2030 9th Street
2 0 N E- STOP 2
CLOVERDALE - 2 , '
GULF STATION v-Q3 D
Som Conwoy, Deoler r
Hockberry Lone Q31 k r
8 MS, QQ -ksue ANN WILBOURNE
Phone 758-9632 " ,,
John Rickett, Mary Helen Roberts, Ted Willioms, Donny Brown, Corol Pennington,
Potti Hicks, Pete Foster, Skip Cannon.
PENNINGTON TRANSFER 81 STORAGE
Locol SQ Long Distonce Moving
MILL END FABRIC
Dropery - Upholstery
of 1962 Piece-Goods, Notions
2307 oth Street
Piggly-WiggIy 84 Western Auto City
S Cloud W. Dent, Jr., Pres.
MACK'S BAIT SHOP RIGGS STEPHENSON MOTCRS
813 I3th street Phone 7520611
IQOO Sixth Street N-,NDA
PL. 4-6387 'ff A "
Q 4 '
IKXI THOMPSON 1. R. TAYLOR
5I6 Greensboro Avenue
RHoDEs at MCLEOD B TW, h
LEASING CO., INC.
Ph 553-3272 DUGIN'S SHOE STORE
U. S. II By-Poss Tuscolooso, Aloloomo
Roy W. Rhodes Wiley J. McLeod
DIXIE AIR, INC.
Van De Graft Field
P. O. Box 92I
Cessna Sales and Service
Have Your Diplomas Framed by
IOIo 8th Ave.
Behind The Corner Drug
See Our Antiques!
f SUSAN WOODLEY
BAMA REXALL DRUG
I 201 University
"Home ot Good Cleaning"
2IO9 9th Street East
Mary Alma 84 Ed Wood
MGTOR SUPPLY CO., INC.
I4II 23rd Avenue
i' GLENDA LA G
ALABAMA TIRE COMPANY
Open A Teen
i' PATTY NOTTINGHAM
Generol Auto Repoiring
4II Horgrove Rood
Phone 752-II7I Tuscolooso, Alo.
FIELDS T. V.
RADIO I T. V.
HI-FI 0 STEREO
222I 71h Street
Morsholl Fields George Fields
Cooch 84 Four
PRINTING Co., INC. rom
EveryThing for The Band and Orchesfra
Cable Pianos and Lowrey Organs
Marion 84 Bob Murray
f SAMMIE JEAN RYAN
for cc wonderful suture!
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2 ' C9
ff X S
X N ' J
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l'r's vourzs wlTH Svufhefn
lALSTQl1TZ QURR '
Business Machines Company
2200 Sixth Sfreer
Your Typewriter Headquarrers
i' JUDY GALLOWAY
cuzcus QSM? "
MINIT eslzfasii w
louis ' CAR WASH
Tuscoloosds Best 409 Bfhom Rd'
' DEPARTMENT STORE
BEST For Betrer Moving
DEPARTMENT STORE BOLTQN , ADAIR
QQ q i "An E
Read X' x 4
THE Tuscfxioosfa Z
NEWS E Q f
Vvesf Alabamds Family X-C f
2001 oth Phone 7.52-5531
L. to R.: CFron1J Diane Sfansell, Rebecca Wright, lBackD Susan
Woodley, Skip Cannon.
TUSCALOOSA MOTOR CO.
I 17 Greensboro Ave., 754-4451
CAIN STEEL and SUPPLY
Phone PLozo 4-4751
'A' BETTY PRITCHETT
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS
81 LOAN ASSOCIATION
Soving Center of West Alobomd'
I :tg t,Q1I.lTELt!-I.Jk
TU SCALOOSA, ALABAMA
Service Since I898"
I8I8 Brood Street
IQOI I9Th Avenue, Eos'
Town s. COUNTRY
CTC u .I ,xx
f xfxx A' f JJ
A f f 2
NOTTINGHAM - SWS, Inc
TTNH' h 8.Pt Z h
y omgom osy eono P fh B Ft
GULF STATES PAPER
DRUID TYPEWRITER CO., INC.
2219 7th St. Phone 752-8508
Soles 0 Service
Supplies I Rentols
Portobles 0 Monuols 0 Electrics
New ond Used
Roy Fox Photo Copier
'A' PAULETTE McGAHEY
Continuous Agency Service
2204 Brood Street
The Closs of
Tuscolooso High - 1962
TUCKER MOTOR CO.
"Your Friendly Ford Deoler"
2414 Brood Street
57 Yecrs o
RIDE THE BUS
1536 25th Ave.
A. F. Foulkner, owner
IQOO Greensboro Ave.
NEW AND USED CARS
IQOO Greensboro Ave
James D. Kincaid
T. V. 0 STEREO 0 RADIO
Sales anol Service
620 Parkview Center
Phone 752-551 i
Judy Horton, Betty McDaniei
U Tuscaloosa, Alabama
OVERHAUUNG We Specialize in Automatic Transmissions
and Auto Repairs
Lett to right: Ralph Quarles, William Tucker, Eddie Ford.
2008 8th Street, Just West of the High Rent District
BROWN 81 SULLIVAN SERVICE STATION
32lO 9th St. 752-8212
Washing I gi ,',, Tire Repair
Lubricating STANDARD Polishing Road
Oil CIWOUQS Waxing Service
A R I3 T
Gene Hunfer Joyce Hole
HUNTER 81 HALE
I703 I-Iockberry Lone Phone 7542-6772
yI Jeon Hunter William IBIIIJ
Soph, ros .
2009 26th Avenue
Heating 81 Air
Left to right: Tim Parker, Eddie Hinton, Bill Alread, Mr. Temple Williamson.
TOWN 81 CAMPUS MEN'S WEAR
1303 UNIVERSITY AVE.
Trust Your Clothes
with a Cleaner
88 U-DRIVE IT CO., INC.
NAnoNAL CAR RENTALS
Auto 8g Truck Renting and Leasing
524 25th Avenue
Tuscaloosa, Ala. .C
Ph. 754-4488 'A' ANN NEWMAN
Left to right: Jo Ann Lancaster and Norma Lancaster.
"Your Oldsmobile Dealer"
You can't sit on the lid of progress.
If you do, you will be blown to pieces.
There is no twilight zone of honesty in
business-a thing is right or it's wrong
-it's black or it's white.
-John F. Dodae
The very core of peace and love is
imagination. All altruism springs from
putting yourself in the other person's
place. -Harry E. Fosdick
The man who graduates today and
stops learning tomorrow is uneducated
the day after. -Newton D. Baker
The real test in golf and in life is not
in keeping out of the rough, but in
getting out after we are in.
-John H. Moore, D.D.
Nothing is more profitable for all levels
of our life than nutritious ideas.
lt's Performance that counts.
Phllll s 66
ERFORMANCE - ' 'P
The big shots are only the little shots
who keep shooting
S -ciifamphef Morley
155' WMIWYQIIQ 7Z3fC00fl2ff!
204 E. Hargrove
Leon Jones, Dealer
2lOO I5th, East
Bill Brown, Dealer
U.S. II By-pass
Aubrey Rice, Dealer
Druid Garden 66
925 Hargrove Road
Forest Lake 66
32 I5th St,
Jack Butler, Dealer
at Holiday Inn
Gilbert Patterson, Dealer
Queen City 66
IOth and Queen City
Buddy Williams, Dealer
Skyland Park 66
at Skyland Park
Rondell Smith, Dealer
2300 9th St.
Bill Prewitt, Dealer
I IOI University Ave.
Karl Krusmarck, Dealer
Wilson Tire 66
500 IOth St., E.
Clair Wilson, Dealer
West Plaza 66
Hwy. I I, South
E. O. Jones, Dealer
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2420 am sf.
QOOI 26Th Ave.
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Adams, L. L. ..., . .196 Druid Typewriter Co.. . . .
Ade's Motor Co.. . . . . .221 Duckworth - Morris. . . .
Adrian's .......,.... , , .211 Dugin's Shoe Store. . . .
Alobomo GCS Corp.. H , ,194 Earl's Studio. . . . . . . . .
Alabama Tire Co. .,.. . .210 Eastwood MOTOI' CON A - -
Aiberfc Drug 4AlA.' , ,183 Eddie's Electric Co.. . .
Alberta Grocery ..,. . .190 EdW0fClS UWSUFGUCS 4--4- V
Alberta Gulf ....... . . .190 "33" - U - Drive - lf, - - -
Alberta Plumbing ..,. . . .205 "8l" Tife C0-A . - . i - - -
Allen 8t Jemison .... . .182 EVGVGTVS --.4---- -
Armistead Brothers ,... . . .184 Farris - F0Ull4f19"- - - -
Armstrong Oil Co. .... . . .228 FleldS' T-V- ---- - V - - -
Art's Char House ..... . .204 Fincher 8s Gzmenlt - r -
Audio House "', ' . ,185 Findley Electric Co.. . .
Auston-Curry ..... . . .215 Fifsf Fedefvl 50Vln954 - 4 -
Automotive Parts ..... 194 Fl"5l N9ll9f"0l Bank- ' - -
Avery's .......... . .196 G. C. Murphy Co.. . . .
Bama Cleaners .... . .229 Graphic ........... .
Bama Rexall ...,... . .209 Gray's Men's Shop. . . .
Bama Tin Shop ....... , .225 Gulf States Paper. . . .
Barksdale Cleaners ....... ..184 Gus Robinson ......... .
Black, Friedman 81 Winston .... . . .196 Guthrie-Barton Nursery. .
Blossom Shoppe .......... H204 Hale Insurance ........ .
Bolton-Adair ...... ..215 Hall Motor Co. .... ..
Boozer Motor Co. .... . .198 Hardin's Bakery. . . . .
Bowers, J. Oviatt ..... M204 Haverty's ....... .
Bowman Furniture ..... . .204 Hodo Electric .... .
Brown's Dept. Store ..... . .197 Horton's Garage. . . .
Brown - McRae ........ . . .194 Hunter 84 Hale. . . . ,
Brown 8. Sullivan ....... . .223 Jewel Box ........ .
Bryant's Service Station ,.... . . .203 Joe Mott's Garage. . . .
Burchfield Hotel ....,.... . . . 190 Key's ........ . . .
Cain Steel 8. Supply .... . . .217 Kincaid T.V. .... . . . .
Cannon's Market ..... . .224 Kyle Office Supply. . . ,
Central Foundry .....,.... . .199 Lamplighter ........ .
Charles Temerson 81 Sons. . . .203 Lancaster's Garage. . . . .
Cherry's .............. . .195 Leland Lanes .......... .
Chick - n - Treat ....... ...206 Liberty National Life Ins.
Circus Minit Car Wash .... . .215 Lipsey Scott .......... .
City National Bank. . . . . .202 Little Cook-kee. . . .
Cloverdale Gulf ..... , .207 Little Gallery .... .
Cole Supply ......... H193 Lively Music .......... .
Coleman Insurance .... . .189 Lloyd Wood Construction
Cork Cleaners ...... . .227 Lustig's ............. .
Curtis Concrete ...... . .230 Louis Wiesel Inc.. . . .
Debardeleben Coal ..,. . .201 Mack's Bait Shop .... .
Deluxe Cleaners .... . .209 Malone's Book Store. . . .
Delview Dairy .... . .226 McDonald's ....... .
Dixie Air lnc. ...... . . .209 McPherson's ..... , . . .
Dixie Steel .......... . .212 Mill End Fabric ....... .
Downtown Motor Co.. . . . .223 Miss Alabama Fashions. .
W. B. Drake 81 Son .... . .206 Mitchell Awnings ...... .
Druid City Transit ....
. .221 Morgenthau's . . . ,
Morrison's ...... .....
Morrow Real Estate. ..,.
Motor Supply Company. .,.. . . .
G. C. Murphy Company ..... . . .
Music House, ........... . . .
Nottingham S.W.S.. . . .
Optical Service ....
Oswalt - Rogers ....
Owen Meredith ....
Park Shop .......
Parker Towing .,..
Parkview Beauty ....
Parkview Drug ....,...
Pennington Transfer . . . . . . . .
Perry's Creamery .....
Peyton's Drug Store ..... . . .
Plaza Beauty ....
Putt Putt ..........
Raymon's ......,...... , ......... . . .
Rhodes 8K McLeod Leasing Company. . . . . . . .
Rick 81 Son's Hardware ............ .. .
Riggs Stephenson Motor
Russell Lee Floor ....... .................
Sharp's Fish .................. . . ..'. . . . .
Sherwin-Williams Company ,.... .........,...
Snipes .......................,.... . . . .
Southern Bell .....,..... ....... , . . . .
Southside Auto ......
Southside Cleaners .....
Spiller Feed ......,....
Stein's Shoes ..........
R. T. Strickland ,......
Stringfellow's Garage. .
Tastee Freeze ........
T. R. Taylor Drug ....
Tompson 84 Swaim ,....
Town 8. Campus ......
Town 81 Country ....,,.
Tucker Motor Company,
Tuscaloosa Bottlers .....
Tuscaloosa Business Machine
Tuscaloosa Drug Company
Tuscaloosa Federal .....
Tuscaloosa Home Furniture
Tuscaloosa Marble .....
Tuscaloosa Motor Company
Tuscaloosa News. . . . . .
Tuscaloosa Optical Service
Tuscaloosa Welding Company
Twin Seam Mining Company
University Cleaners ....
W.A.C.T. ........... .
Weatherford Printing. . .
West Alabama Furniture
White Appliance ......
Wilcutte's Construction. .
Wiesel Company .....
W.N.P.T. ....... .
Abrams, Theresa ,. . , 54, 55, 59, 70, 72,
Adair, Charlotte ................,.
Adams, Gayle .,...,...............,
Akins, Jerry . ,.....,. . .,........ 56,
Albright, Carl .... 25, 36, 65, 71, 72,
Alexander, Wynne ..,..... 44, 51, 55,
72, 116, 118,152, 154,
Allen, Sara .......,....... . 56,
Allen, William ..., 60, 74, 76, 117, 155,
Alsobrook, Lynn .,.,,...........,.,.
Anderson, Gail ,... .,.........,. , . . ,.
Andress, Robert . . , ...,... 71,
Apperson, Allen .. ,....,.., 69,
Armstrong, Jean .. 53, 58, 74,
Atchison, Wilda . , ..........,.,. . ,
Avery, Donna Nell ,..........,.,., 56,
Bailey, Charlotte . .,,..,... ,..,. 5 6,
Ballard, Ray .... ..... . .. 34, 37,
Barnes, Breck ...... ...... 7 5,
Baucom, Teresa ,.., . . . , . 53, 70,
Beauchamp, Richard .. .,.,.. 55,
Beck, John ., ...,.. ...............
Belcher, Carolyn , .....,,......,... 56,
Berthe, Mary 35, 55, 69, 117,
Biggs, Clyde . . . ..,....,,..... . . . .
Black, Priscilla . .,... 34, 64, 66, 71, 72,
83, 117, 152,
Blakeney, William .............. 88,
Bleier, Edwin .... 64, 65, 68, 70, 96, 97,
Bolton, Lisa .....,....,,.....,......
Bomar, Lenn .,.. 34, 64, 71, 77, 156, 198,
Booth, Sharon .....,.............,..
Boshell, Robert . .,....,.,,.,..... 88,
Bowman, Cheryl .. ...... 47,
Boykin, Eleanor .. .. 45, 74,
Bracknell, Charles .. .,.. 56,
Bridgers, Eugenia .. ...... 78,
Brown, Daniel ,. ,...... 34, 156,
Brown, John .. ,.........,.,.. 36,
Brown, Teresa ...,.. 47, 59, 78, 156,
Bryant, Paul ,..... 72, 89, 90, 92, 116,
Burnett, Patricia ......,.,,...,.,,. 47,
Burnette, Jeri . .,,.... 71, 72, 77, 117,
Calabrese, Patrick ,.....,,........ 56,
Calhoun, Beverly . , 45, 54, 55, 58, 71, 72,
Callahan, Doris ...,........,..... 37,
Cammack, John .,..,..,.,,.........
Campbell, Diane ,.. ....,... ....
Campbell, James .... 68, 82, 83,
Canty, Michael . , . .,......... 71,
Capps, Merita ..,. .........,.......
Cargile, Christine .... 56, 64, 72, 117,
Caruthers, James ..,...,. 34, 37, 157,
Christ, Charlotte ..
Christian, Charles B.
Clary, Charlene ..
Clawson, Rickey . , ,
Cleino, Anne .,..
Clement, Carol . , . . .
Clements, Johnny . , .
Clements, Mary ..
Clinton, Eleanor .,
Cole, Donald .,..
Comer, Keith .,..
Cook, Peggy ,.
Cork, David ....,.
. .......,... 58,
51, 55, 71, 72, 76,
Christian, Charles M.
60, 61, 72,
68, 82, 85,
34, 54, 55, 72,
.. 37, 50, 55,
Darnell, James ..,.,......,..,....,.,
Davis, Bonnie .... 53, 58, 72, 78,
Davis, Clyde ..,.
Davis, Diane ...,.... 54, 55, 89, 108,
Davis, Lester ..,....
de la Menardiere, Richard
Deal, Julie ..,...
Debter, Sandra ....
34, 45, 70, 72,
45, 58, 70, 72, 74,
Dedeaux, Johnny .,......,....... 56,
Dickey, Shirley . . .....,,....... . .
Dominick, Aubrey .,.. 65, 76, 82, 159,
Duncan, Margie , .,..,.....,...... 56,
Duren, Sara , .... ,.......... 3 4, 74,
Earnest, Henry ,....
Ebersole, Charles ..
Echols, Dorothy .,..,. 51, 71, 72, 153,
Hester, Faye ,. ,..,. ........... . .
Hewitt, Ann ...,.... 34, 44, 54, 55, 70
Higginbotham, Joe ...,,.......,.....
Hinton, Edward ..,. 68, 90, 92, 99,
Hinton, Larry ...,.
Hinton, Mary George
Edgeworth, Charlotte .........,.. 47,
Edmonds, Herbert ....,.....,....,..
Edwards, Crawford "Buddy" .... 53, 82,
Elledge, William ................ 56,
Estes, Charles ..........,. 68, 96, 97,
Evans, Thomas .........,.,....,,....
Falgout, George ................ 71,
Fields, Mary Frances ..,. 45, 59, 77,
Findlay, Toppy ..... ........ 7 2,
Fischelli, James . . ..,.... .... . .
Fisher, Eddie .... ,........... 5 6,
Fletcher, George .... 64, 68, 82, 96,
Folts, Allen ....,.....,... 37, 51, 76,
Ford, Eddie ..,....... 25, 68, 82, 160,
Forehand, Elizabeth ,.,... 44, 46, 64, 66,
89, 107, 109,
Fo rt, Betty .,...,.
Franklin, Ronnie .,..
Friday, Linda ...,..
Garner, Sarah Jane
Garrison, Billy ..
Gewin, Juliette ..,.
Glenn, Edward ,.,. .
Goodwin, Susan ..
Grafton, Kay . ..
Gray, Paula ..
Green, Denson ..
Green, Jack ....
Green, Mary ...,.
Greenhaw, Donnie . .
Griffin, Faye ,....
Grigg, Joyce ..,.
Grow, Robert ..
.,, 66321, '64,
. ea, 72, 136, 161,
27, 34, 7o,72,
, .,....... 56,
. .,.,... f'ii,'i66,
. .. 34, 45, 55,
Hocker, Thomas ,...,,., 44, 48, 51, 70
Hocutt, Bernice . . . ,...,, 56, 78,
Hodges, Cheryl . . ..... , .
Hoda, Louise ...,, .... 4 7,
Hoggle, Robert . . ,... ..... . .
Hague, William ...,. .......... 7 1,
Holoday, John .......... 55, 65, 164,
Hollingsworth, James ..,.....,... 56,
Holmes, Anita ..........,....,......
Hopkins, Katherine .,.. 36, 47, 71, 72,
Houck, Ernie .,.. 70, 89, 90, 91, 92, 164,
Houston, Jeff .....,...,.,.....,...,
Howard, Shirley .,.,......,...,.....
Howell, Catherine ....,.............
Howington, Michael .... 48, 70, 72, 116,
Hoyle, Hilburn ..,. -. ,........... 56,
Hughes, Norris . . ....,........ . .
Hughes, Scotty ...,,... 64, 68, 82, 96,
Hulgan, William .,................ 56,
Jackson, Susan .... 53, 62, 70, 72, 74, 78,
Jacobs, Charles ...,................
Jaglowicz, Sally . . ..,......,... , .
James, Ginger ............ 37, 38, 39,
Jernigan, Mary Jo .... 44, 53, 63, 64,
73, 74, 117, 165, 175,
Johns, Johnny .....,......,..,.. 36,
Johnson, Barbara .... .....
Johnson, Betty ,....... ....
Johnson, James Robert . . . . . ,
Johnson, Jo Ann ..... .......
Johnson, Linda .......,......,.,, 58,
Johnson, Michael . ,....,,,.,.,... 71,
Johnston, Robert .... 9, 60, 68, 98, 117,
Jones, Louise ,,., ,...... 5 8, 70, 77,
Jones, Marie . . ..,...... . .
Jones, Roger ,... ....,.....
Jordan, Joe ..., 71,
Jordan, William ,.....,.. ....... 9 8,
Joyner, Frank ....,,,.....,... 68, 75,
Keller, Fred .. ....,. .,.., . .
Kelley, Elaine ,. ....,.,.. 59,
Keltan, James .... ....,...... 7 1,
Guthrie, Carolyn ...... 54, 55, 59, 72,
Guy, Reedie ...... 36, 70, 72, 116, 118,
Guyer, Joel .. ..,........,,..... ..
Hailey, Randall . ,.....,,.. ..
Hallman, Jerry .... .,.,. ...,. . .
Hamby, Thomas . . ...,...... . .
Hamilton, Alice .. 8, 34, 36,
, ms, 117,
Hamner, Richard .. . ,. 37, 64, 65, 70,
Hankins, James .,.
Hansford, Larry ,. .
Harden, David ,...
Haring, Harry ...
Harless, Terry ..
Harless, Vicki ..
Harris, Johnny .,..
Hartley, Sue ....,.
Hayes, Betty . , . . ,
34, 37, 68, 71
. 71, 82, 96, 97,
45, 51, 54, 62,
72, 116, 118, 152,
Hayworth, Douglas ............ , .....
Head, James ....,.
Heard, Allen ....
Herman, Henry .....
Herndon, Thomas ,. ,
34, 82, 96,
34, 56, 76,
Kendrick, Cherry ,...
Ketchum, Nancy ..
Kincaid, James ..,.........
Knight, Barbara ..,.
LaGrone, Glenda .,..
Arthur . . .
Jane . . .
Lamb, Charlotte ...,
Latham, Ronnie ,....
Lee, Marilyn ..,..,
.. , 36, 38, 39, 55
58, 70, 166,
45, 47, 48, 49, 53
Lewis, Louis ., ............ ,,...,
Lewis, Louise ........
Livingston, Daniel .,
Logan, Judith .,..
Lollar, Julia ..
56, 57, 1 17,
Lord, Ann ,, .....,....,.., ..
Lord, Jay ......,.
53, 65, 71, 73,
'J .t 'Q,gr,5g
Martin, Nellie ....
Rankin, Howell .
Mathes, Robert ....
Matthews, Diana ................ 46,
Mattison, Gary .,..
64, 68, 82, 88, 96,
Medders, Donald ,.... .,.....
. . ..,..., 45,
Miles, Don .,.............,...,.,..
Minges, William ..,....... 27, 71, 96,
Mize, Susan ......
Morgan, Susie .,
Morris, Henry . . .
Murrell, Donald .,
Murrell, John .,..
Robertson, James ....
8, 58, 63, 74, 77,
McClure, Jerry .... .. 68, 82,
McCracken, Carol . . . ......,... . 37,
McCracken, Sue ., ...,......,. 49,
McCrory, Robin .. . .. . 54, 55, 58, 71,
74, 89, 116, 168,
McCrory, William ., ............. .
McDaniel, Betty .,.......,.. 56, 168,
McDaniel, Mary Ann .... 37, 38, 39, 45,
59, 67, 73, 89, 116, 119,
McDaniel, Robert .....,..,...,... 56,
McEachin, Charlotte .... 34, 55, 73, 78,
McNeill, Glennice . . ,
55, 58, 66, 73,
McTyre, Edward ...,,... 53, 70, 71,
64, 65, 68, 89,
Nelson, Helen , . ,.
Nevins, Cecelia ..
Pike, Wesley ..
Porter, Bobby ..
Price, Jane ....
Prince, Barbara . . , . .
Pritchett, Betty ......
Pritchett, Katie ,.,,.
Quarles, Ralph .....
Ramsey, Sue .....,
Reeves, Richard ,
Rice, Alfred ..,... ,
Rickett, John ,...
Riden, Lyn .......,.
Roberts, Anne , ...,..... ,.
Nichols, Anne .. 34, 45, 54, 55,
Nicol, Thomas .... 64, 65, 100, 119,
Niles, Grover .........,..., , , . . ,. 98,
Nix, Michael ..,..,... ..,....... 5 6,
Nottingham, Patricia .... 47, 78, 170,
Nuckols, Mariarie .,...........,,. 71,
Nuckols, Thomas ....................
O'Bryant, Laura .............. 56, 57,
Olson, Stella ..,......,...,,..... 78,
Orr, Charles ,..... 47, 68, 89, 90, 91,
Osborn, Julia , .... , .,..........., 56,
Overall, Ann ....... 47, 71, 78,
Palmer, Marilyn . . 25, 37, 45, 55, 58, 71,
Park, Cynthia ,.......... 77, 170,
Parker, Timothy ..,....,
Rose, Susan ....
Schmitt, Joe . , .
Shaffer, Wayne ,
Shelton, Ben Ann
Shurett, Rudy . , .
Skelton, Elaine .
Skelton, Scott . ,
Smathers, Jean . .
. . Q ' '65,' 'aff bb,
54, 55, 58, 73, 78,
. 51, 55, 66 71,
83, 89, 152,
. 44, 53, 64, 68,
87, 153, 172,
68, 76, 82,
160, 172, 187,
59, 66, 83,
. 45, 48, 49, 51,
70, 73, 77,
54, 55, 119, 172,
. ..,. 45, 58, 74,
. 8, 13, 34, 44, 65
72, 89, 116, 152:
Stringfellow, Martha ....., 34, 55, 73,
Strong, Stuart .... ..... 6 8, 75, 98,
Stuckey, Anne .......,....., 73, 78,
Sullivan, Jon Rey ..
48 51 55 64 65
51, 75, 75, ai, 96l 97:
Summerville, Richard 51, 70, 73,
Sutley, Virqinia .,,. ..,.,...... 4 9,
Swaim, . .... 55, 66, 71, 73,
83, 89, 160,
Taylor, Donald ......,. . .
Taylor, Ronnie ..
Terrell, A. G. .,
Terry, Allen ..,,,.
Thompson, Jeff ..
51, 63, 73,
Townsend, James ....,.. 76, 88,
Townsend, William ............,.....
Tucker, Carolyn .... 48, 49, 58, 73,
Tucker, "Pinkie" ..,...,.,... 58, 78,
Tucker, William . . 65, 68, 82, 88, 109, 176,
Tucker, Frank .......,........ , . . . . .
Underwood, Charlotte .... ........
Upchurch, Celeste ............ 46, 78,
Vaughn, Michael ,. , ,. .,.,...,... 36,
Vines, Melvin ....,..............,..
Vining, Frances .... 8, 9, 34, 48, 74,
Wade, Sarah Ann ,.,... 47, 55,
Walker, Anne .... ...... 6 9,
Walker, Ruth ,,. . . . 36, 55,
Walters, Wilson . . .,..,..,..,... . .
Waugh, Betty .......... , ....... 55,
Wear, Mary Beth ..,. 37, 54, 55, 71, 73
Wedgeworth, Ann .,..,.,....,.. 47,
Wedgeworth, Linda .. ..., ..
Welborn, Ladora . . . . .. 46,
West, Sandra . . . , ,..,, . . . 74,
White, Gloria ....., .............
64, 77, 177,
Wilbourne, Sue Ann .... 34, 54, 64, 73
177, 188, 193
Williams, Betty ............ 77, 177,
Williams, James S. ...... .,...,. .
Williams, James Thomas
Williams, Mary Evans .,...... 73, 77,
Williams, Roger ...... 37, 51 , , ,
91,92, 103, 116, 119, 170,
Partlow, Margaret .... 51, 63, 66, 71,
83, 109, 116, 153, 154,
Patterson, Jessica . . 51, 54, 55, 58, 70, 73,
Peeks, Jack , . .,........,.......... .
Perkins, Charles . . . . .
Phifer, Reese .,. .....
Phillips, Beverly . , . . .. 46,
Phillips, Jo Ann ,. .........,. ..
Phillips, Ross ... ....,,.... ....
Pierce, Donna .. 47, 55, 58,
Smith, Andrew . .... 37,
Smith, Ann ..,. ..,... 5 6,
smith, Boyd ,. 69, 117,
Smith, Cynthia .,... .. 47, 58, 74,
Smith, Marceline ...........
Smith, Michael . ..... 37,
Smith, Shannon . . , . . 56,
Snider, May Ann , . . 56,
Spence, Sharon ..., ...... 56,
Springfield, Lendie , . . ...,.,. . 82,
Stabler, George .......... 37, 73, 116,
Stallings, Larry ,.,,.....,...,.......,
Standridge, Henry "Sonny" . . . . . 27, 34,
Stapp, Charles ..,...,.. .. 174,
Steele, Bettye ....,.... .......
Stephens, Sheila . .,.......,..... 56,
Stewart, Brenda ......,.,... 58, 78,
Still, Suzanne ,. .. 34, 73, 74, 116,
Stone, Louise .... ..........., 5 6,
Stringer, James .. .. 34, 65, 68, 71,
109, 118, 154
Bailey, Sara ......,...........,.,.
Ball, William ..,,.,. .,
Barger, Andrew ...., ..
51, 70, 75,
Wilson, Peggy ......
Wood, Linda ....
Woodley, Royce ..
Wooley, Morris , .
Wyatt, Eloise . .
Wyatt, James ..
Wyatt, Sarah ,...,.
Yerby, Brenda ,.
Adams, Jane .... .....,. 5 3, 71, 75,
Adams, Larry ... .........,,. ....
Allen, Karen .. 34, 47, 53, 71,
Allen, Richard ..,..........,.... 82,
Alread, William ..,.,. 90, 91, 92, 122,
Anders, Joe ..,...,,,.,. 55, 70, 100,
Arey, Janet .... 24, 37, 54, 55, 70, 122,
Armstrong, John ,...... . 55, 82, 122,
Averette, William ...,.....,,.........
Bailes, Shirley , . .
Bailey, Bruce . . .
Bailey, Rebecca . .
Barnett, James ..
Barton, Joe ,,,..
Blair, Billie ...,..
Blumenfeld, Cory .
Boeder, Barney ..
53, 64, 68,
70, 73, 76, 98, 166
f '55,' '58, 73, 97,
., 64, 71, 82, 87,
Bosch, Brenda ,... . . . 47,
Bostick, William . . ........ . .
Bowman, William . . . . . . 36, 37,
Branscomb, Lamar ,. ...... . .
Brock, William ..,.. ,,,,...
Brook, Clarence ....,, , , . 71,
Broughton, Kenneth , . . . . , 56,
Brown, Mack ...,...
Brown, Martha , . .
Bruce, Patricia ..
Buck, Charles . , .
Buck, Kate .,.,..
Buford, Margo ,.
Burke, Harold , . ,
.. 45, 53,
Burrell, Sandra ..
Burt, Melba Jean .
Bush, Eugene .,. . . .. 49, 117,
Byrd, Gary .....,........ 64, 68, 82,
Caldwell, John .,,. 65, 68, 75, 82, 96,
111, 119, 123
Caldwell, Richard .. .
Campbell, Janice .. ..
Canty, Camilla .. .,.
Cardinal, Robert .. .,
Carter, Joann ....
Cavert, Peterson . .
Christian, Cary ,.
Chunn, Brenda ,. ,
Clarke, Kendall ... .....
Cobble, James ...........
,. 55, 75,
Cochrane, Brantley ..,. 53, 64, 77, 123,
Collins, Jane D.
Collins, Jane E.
Compton, Earl ,. ,
Compton, Sharon' .,
Cook, Diana ....
51, 71, 75,
Gaut, David .....,
Gewin, Michael ..
Gibson, Barbara .,
Giles, Susan ,...
Gilliland, James .
Gravlee, Mary Eliz.
Gresham, James .
Griffin, Merle ,....
Griffin, Sue Ellen
Guy, Harold ,...,.
Hall, Dinah .....,.
Hall, Peggy .....
Hannah, Donald .
Hannah, Sherrell .
49, 55, 75,
Cook, Mackey . , .
Cooke, Yvonne ..
Cooper, Jackie ..
Cruse, John .....
Curry, Carol ,.,.
Daffron, Donna ,,
37, 48, 51, 71,
.. 53, 60, 61, 88,
Harris Diane . .
Harris Roy .......
Hayes, Estes .... 47
Hayes, Jody .,.,..
Hayes, Pat ......
Hayes, Preston . , .
33, 51, 55, 65, 69,
, 53, 70, 77, 110, 124
.. 34, 55, 124,
. ....., 28, 35,
19, 37, 38, 39,
Daniel, Larry ,.....
Daniel, Mary ....
Davidson, Judith . . .
Davis, Anna ...,, . .
Davis, John .., ...
Davis, William . . ,
' 55, '75,' 125,
Dean, lnez ..,. . . ,
Dean, Thomas .,...
Dobbins, Jane ......
Dockery, Ed "Rusty" ..
Dodge, William ..... . , ,
Driscoll, David ....,,.,,..
Duncan, Alice Ann .,.. 34
Dutton, Peter ....,. ..,...,
Earnhardt, Kaye .......,
Edgeworth, Grace . . ,.
Edwards, Sarah Gay ..
Elam, Billy Joe
Elliott, Glenda . ..., ,
51 , 64, 66
Elliott, Mary ,.,. 48, 50, 51, 63,
Elmore, James ., , .,.
Essary, Martha ......
Estes, Carole , .,,... .
Etheridge, Mary Ruth ....... ,.... 3 5,
Everett, Robert ..,...,...,
Ezell, Ronnie .... 53, 64, 82, 111, 122,
Hays, Lawrence . .
Heacock, Rex ....
Hedrick, Marie ..,...
Hempstead, Gloria ..
Herrod, Henry ...,...
Hicks, Patricia 37
Hill, Wanda .,.,.....
Hinton, Claude "Sonny"
Hinton, Sarah ,......
Hisey, John ... ...
Hitson, Gail . ..
Hix, Jon ........
Hocutt, Billy Ray ..
Holder, Jan .........
Hollingsworth, Faye , , .
Hollingsworth, James .
Hollis, Larry .........
Horton, Judy ...,.
Humphries, Jerry ,.,..
9, 55, 82,
aa, 39, 62, 74,
.. .. 36, 55,
.. 46, 53,
.. ' '..,b. dz
,. 90, 92,
Faircloth, Anne .....,..,..,..
Farr, Mary Bama
Fielder, Jean .....
Fincher, James .,
Fisher, Mary .,
Fitts, Delane . ..
Fleming, Curtis ..
Fleming, Kathy ,.
Fletcher, Doris .,......
Ford, Imelda ....
Foster, Pete .. 63,
.. 34, 56,
,. 34, 47, 53, 75,
53, 69, 71, 77,
Foster, Ronald .........,.....,.,..,.
Hutt, Joe Lee ..,,,...... ..,..
lngram, Rebecca .......,...,........
Jackson, Jack .....,.. 55, 65, 68, 100,
Johnson, Marilyn .,..,......,.....,
Johnson, Sally .,... ,, 49, 53, 125,
Jones, Cheryl ,. 34, 55, 71,
Jones, James .. . ,.,.,.. . . . .
Jones, Kyra 35, 50, 77,
Jones, Nancy ..,. ...... 5 6,
Jorda n, Carey .
Foster, Sharon .............. 55, 71,
Frazier, Jessica ..
Gamble, Mary ..
Garner, Sara . , .
Gary, Richard . , .
Junkins, Lamar .........,.. 71,
Keller, Hugh .. .... .. 53, 75,
Kellum, Kenneth .. .... .,
Kidd, Jack ,.., .. . 53,
Knight, Brady .... . .. 71
Knoblock, Mabel . . .... . .
Koster, James ...... ....,....
Kuykendall, Jerry . . . . . 34, 53,
Kyzer, Donald ... .,. 37, 53, 71, 75,
Kyzer, Ronald ..,,...... 37, 53, 71, 75,
LaGrone, Roy .... ...,. ...,.., 5 6 ,
Lake, Betty ..... . . ......... , ,
Langford, Danny 24, 36, 71,
Langford, Linda .,...,.. 28, 35,
Langston, Sally ..., 36, 55, 70,
Lawrence, Phyllis .,.,.,.... . 51,
Ledbetter, Linda ......,.,,..,,..
Lee, Ann ...,... 37, 51, 70, 75,
Lee, Gail ..... ...... ,..,., 3 4 ,
LeMaistre, Alice . . . . . . 51, 77,
LeRoy, Robert ...... ..........
Lindsey, Margaret 35, 70,
Lockhart, Michael .... ..,,..... , .
Logan, James "Sonny'f .... 68, 82, 97,
Lowery, Shirley ....,.,... ,..... 5 6,
Montel, Robert .,,.,.....,... 12, 36
Marlowe, James .,,. 82, 86, 90, 91, 92,
Mather, Alexander ..
Maze, Sammy .....
Meadows, Lane .
,, 53, 70, 75,
f 1. f ' 55 71,
Medders, Ann ..... ..,,...,., 1 7, 53,
Meyer, Karen ,.,...,...,... 36,
Miller, David ..,..... 53, 68, 70, 98, 99,
Mitchell, Ellen .......,,. 47, 53,
, .,..,.,, 56,
Mize, Norman ....
Montgomery, Vera . , .
., ,. 47, 51, 58, 60,
Moore, Diane ... ...
Moore, Rufus . . . . . .
Morris, George , , . . . .
McAdams, Sandra . , . . .
McCarter, Sarah . . . . .
McCracken, Ray . . , , .
McCraw, Robert ,... .... , . .
McCullough, Richard , . ....... . .
McGahey, Paulette , , , . . 125, 126,
McMinn, Jan .,......... ..,......
McMullen, Tommy ......... .... . ,.
Nealeans, Susan .. ............ 37,
Neeley, Dianne ......... 53, 69,
Nelson, Jean .... ..,.. 7 8, 110, 122,
Nevin, William . ,.,......,.,....., ,,
Newman, Ann .... 9, 48, 49, 51, 67,
75, 125, 126,
Newman, Roger ....................
Niehuss, Fern ., 35, 55, 126,
Nisbet, Jean . . . . ,,.. 8, 35, 65,
75, 83, 117,
Nisbet, Judith .. 36, 75,
Noland, Annette ......,,,.
Nowell, William .,,......... .. 53,
O'Neil, Jack .... ..,.., . ,.
Owens, Jean ..,.....,,.........,....
Parker, Nina Beth ,..... 35, 53, 70, 77,
Parr, William .........,......,... 71,
Patterson, Marsha .......... 51, 70,
Pearson, Marion ...... 36, 55, 71, 76,
Pearson, Virginia ,,.......,.,......
Pennington, Carol .. .. 36, 38, 39,
, 126, 187,
Pennington, Virginia ... , .... . . ..
Peters, Sarah ....,...... ,.... 5 6,
Phillips, Kenneth ......,.....,..,.,..
Pickens, John 65, 68, 90, 91,
Pickett, Edward .... . . .
Pool, Donald .... . , . , ,
.... 65, 96,
34, 74, 77,
Pugh, Judy .... ...., 3 7, 38, 39,
Pyles, Susan ..........
Quinn, Nancy ......,,..
Raitord, Christine .......
Raiford, Evelyn .
Randall Pettus ,...
Reynolds, Mark ....
Reynolds, Sharon .. ..
Rhodes, Rebecca .. ..
Rice, Rachel ......
Richardson, Ann .,...
Roberts, Mary Helen ....,
Rollins, Vencent ,. .,., 37,
Sammie Jean .....
Sandusky, Jinx .
Seals, Sammy . ,
Seebeck, Ann .,,.
Shamblin, Robert ..
Shamblin, William .,
Sharp, Sue .,..,,.
Shepherd, Alston ..
Gwen ,.., .
Simon, Joe ,...
Sims, Jackson . . .
Skelton, Rebecca ..
Skinner, Linda .. .
Smith, Foss .... , .. 36,
Smith, Joe ., ..
Abernathy, James ......
Acre, Joseph Allen
Adams, Barbara . . .
Adams, James ,..
Adams, Kenneth .,
Aldridge, Joe .....,....
Alexander, George ..,.,.
Alexander, William Michael
Alexander, Michael Gene
Allen, Clyde ,......,.,. .
Allen, David Houston
Allen, David Wayne . . .
Allen, John Thomas .,..
Allen, Patricia ..,... ..
, 48, 51, 64, 65, 68, 82,
Ray, William ,... 36, 49, 53, 70, 75, 117,
. 55, 69,
. . . 35,
39, 51, 71,
. .,... 75,
47, 55, 127,
.. 53, 75,
. ,...,, 51,
37, 55, 70,
19,1 76,' 106,
58, az, 99,
55, 58, 100,
. f f l:17,'75,
.. 48, 49,
Andress, William ....
Arendale, James ..
Armstrong, Linda . . .
Armstrong, Tippy . ,
Ashby, Thomas ..... , .
Ashley, Gayle ..........
Askew, Laura Anne
Bagley, Robert .........
Bagwell, Sharon ..,.....
Baker, ivy ....,.......,
. ., 34,
Banks, Ann .... 35, 51, 54, 64, 101,
Banks, Dale . .,..........,...,.. .
Barnett, Larry ....., ..........
Barringer, William .. ...,,. 34,
Bassett, Howard . . .
.. 36, 55,
Smith, Julia .,...
Snipes, Betty Jo ..
Snipes, Carolyn ...,
Spence, Ronald .......
Spradley, Victor ...,.
Springer, Martha Raye
Squires, Karl .....
Stabler, Anita . . . . . .
Stallings, Linda ..,...
Stansell, Diane ....
Stephens, Michael ...,.
Stewart, Martha ..
Stewart, Mary . . .
Stokes, Trellis . . . , ,
Strickland, Carol ,.
Styles, George . . .
Sukiennik, Carol ..
Sullivan, Leo ...,
Sumner, Bobby . ..
Swail, Clark ........
Taylor, Rubye , . .
Taylor, Teresa . . .
Terrill, Sheila . ,.
Tharin, Ted ......
Thigpen, Douglas , . , .
Thomason, Richard ,. .
Tidmore, Judy .,..
Tidmore, Linda . , .
Toftel, Abigail ..
Tubbs, Shirley . . .
Tucker, Linda . . .
Tucker, Ralph . . .
.. 36, 38, 39,
.. ,. .,... 56,
36, 47, 53,
53, 77, 128, 200,
53, 71, 82,
37, 53, 70,
, ..... 51, 71,
34, 50, 51,
Q 1 1755, 57,'75,
.. 51, 70,
Bates, Bette , .,.. ..,..
Baucom, Elizabeth .,...... 48, 51, 55,
Ba ughma n, Wayne
Beadle, Jack .....
Beal, Judy ...,..
Beams, Dwayne . . , .
Beams, Linda ....
Beard, Sue .....,.,
Beatus, Larry ..,.
Bell, Doris ......
Bennett, Martha .,
Besant, Louise . ,.
Bill, Judy .....
Billings, Phil .....
Bishop, Leona .......
Black, Jimmy Ellen ..
Bodin, Steven ,..., , .
Booth, Joyce ,. . . . .
Branton, Harriett ..
Brasfield, Barbara .,
Brasfield, Margaret . .
Brewer, Glenda . ,.
Bridgers, Myrial . ,.
Brock, James ....
Brook, Lucy ,.....
Brown, Joe ...,.....
48, 49, 50, 55,
fff '45, '45,' '53,
54, 55, 64, 112,
35, 45, 53,
. ,..... 93,
34, 47, 51,
47, 53, 75,
Turner, Donald ,...
Tyler, Joyce ,...... 35, 51, 71, 75,
Vick, Charlotte . . . . . 56,
Vines, Betty , . . . . . . . . 53,
Wade, James ..,....... ,.. 71,
Walker, Mary .... ....,
Walters, Charles . . . . .
Walters, Gary , . . . . .
Walters, Patricia . . . . .
Watson, Jimalyne . . . ,
Watts, James ...... , . .
Webster, Marinell . . .. . .
Weeks, Martha . . , . ,,.. . . 35,
Welch, Lanny ,... ..,.....,.,
Welton, Janet ..... ,. 35, 51, 55,
Westbrook, Patricia ,...... . . , . .
Weston, Jacqueline . 51, 70, 75,
Wheat, Graham ,. . ..... .,...,
Wheat, Joyce ...... . . ,
White, Fred ...... . . , 71,
White, Jean .,....
Wiggins, Mary Anne
Wilkins, Jerry ,..,....
Williams, George ..
Williams, Michael ,
Williams, Ted ,..,.
Winborne, Edward ,. ..
Winstead, Dwain . ,
Woodley, Susan . .
Worthy, Robert ...,
Wright, Mary Charles .
Wright, Rebecca ..
Wyatt, Bobby ..,..
Zeanah, Patsy .. ,
Brown, Julia Ann .,
Brown, Mitzi .,...
Brown, Patsy .,...
Burgess, George ..
Burleson, Danny Ray
Busby, Betty ......
Bush, Jeneva ,..,, . . .
Butler, Pamela .......
Caddis, Al ..............
1155, ' 53,
., 64, 68, 82,
53, 128, 200,
, . . . . , 46, 53,
. 34, 53, 64,
128, 193, 200
., 47,53, 151,
. . . 37, 45, 50,
.. 51, 136,
Calhoun, Jan .,.... 33, 45, 50, 51, 69,
Cannon, Skip .... 64, 82, 113, 130,
Carr, Michael .,. .......... .,..
Cayley, Judy ....... ...... 4 7,
Chabannes, Rene ,. .. 37, 55,
Chadwick, Roy Mike . , . .... . . . .
Champion, Leon ..,.,. ...,......
Chancy, Cherry .. .......,... ..
Christ, Shirley ., 35, 53, 130,
Christian, Dale .. 34, 51, 63,
Cl1fiSfiGI1, Douglas .. ..,,.,,..... l.
Clarke, Carolyn .. 36, 47, 53,
Clark, Camille ....
Clark, Emily ,...
Clark, Peter ,...
Clark, Zelma .,,..,
Clement, Kathryn ....
Clifton, Robert ....
Coatney, Sammy ..
Cobb, Larry ........
Colee, Norma Gail
Congleton, Greg . . .
Cooper, Margaret . . .
Copeland, Carol . . .
Corkren, Janice . . .
Cox, Barbara ..,.
Cox, Lonnie .....,.
Crawford, Joan ,,.,
Crawford, Mary , . .
Crowder, Judy ..
Crume, Alice ,...
Culwell, Carol .........
Darden, Carolyn .......
Griffin, Sara .....,
Guin, Emma Kay
Guyer, Donald .,..,...,,.. . , .
Guyer, Ronald ....,,,...,... . . .
Hahn, Nancy ..
Hailey, Anita ,,..
Hall, Betty Jane ,.
Hamilton, Daniel ..
Hamiter, William ....
Hammonds, Odessia . . .
Hamrick, Joyce ,....
Hanes, Beverly .....
Hardy, Janice ..,...
Hargrove, Martha ..
Haring, Nancy ....
Harless, Glenda . . ,
Harless, Timothy ,.
Harris, Larry ...,.
Davis, Gary . , . , , .
Davis, Harold .,.. , , .
Davis Jerry . , . ....... . , , .
Davis Judy .... .,..... 4 5,
Davis, Ronald 48, 51, 63,
Davis Shirley . . . . . . 36, 38,
Davis Wanda ... ... ....., 47,
Davis, Warren ,. ......... .
Day, Warren ...... 64, 65, 96, 113,
Dean, Billy ,.. ........,... ...,
Decker, Gary ... ,..,
Del Gatto, Linda ..
Dent, Cathy ..,...
. . . . 55,
Dill, Donald ..,.....
Disney, Janell ,. ,,....
Donaldson, Jessie Ray
Duncan, Carl ..,.
Duncan, Warren . ,,
Dunn, Wanda .....,.
Eady, Linda .......,
,, 45, 51,
,. '47,' 46,'
Harrison, Carol .. .
Hartley, Jennifer ...,,
Hartman, Melvin Thomas
Hassel, Alice .....,...
Hawley, Beverly .,
Hayden, Ralph ..
Hayes, Gayle ....
Hayes, Jerry . . .
Hayes, Shirley ..
Hedrick, Gilbert ..
Heller, Susan .,..
Hellums, Lavinia , . .
Henderson, Gene .,
Herndon, Jack ......
Herring, Deborah ,. ,
Herrod, Suzanne ..
Earnest, Vicki ....
Emerson, Julia . ,,.. L f., 35,' U
English, Michael . . .
Epperson, Ronald .,,.
Etheridge, Wayne . . .
Evans, Denny .....,..., ..,...
Evans, Jerry .....,,...... . . ,
Faber, John ......,..,. . . .
Fairchild, Carolyn . ,...
Falgout, James ,... . .
Falgout, Lynn ....
Falls, Elizabeth .. ...
Faulkner, Carl ... ,...
Faulkner, Sharon ..
Fife, Glenda Faye
Floyd, Glenda ..,. ..
Franklin, Brady .... . . .
Franklin, Peggy .......... , ,.
Fretwell, Bobby Ray ........
Garner, Thomas ........,..,...,,..,
Giles, Mary Jane .35, 45, 47,
Gilmore, Robert ..... ..,..... 3 6,
Gleisberg, Sandra . , , ...... 47,
Glisson, Charles . .. . ,. 51,
Goodwin, David . . . .,,. . , . .
Goodwin, Tom ....,..,.
Graham, Douglas . ,,,.... .
Grammer, Michael Doyle ............
Grant, Jack ,. .,,............,,. .
Gray, Elizabeth ..,. ... 51, 69, 75,
Green, Judith ....... . .,....... ,
Greene, Mary Ellen .,.,..........
Greer, Franklin ....,... 48, 53, 71,
Hildreth, Cheryl ..,.
Hill, Janice ..,..
Hodo, Diane ,. . ,
Holcomb, Dennis ....,.
Holcomb, Sandra Gail .
Holley, Netta ..,...,.
Hollingsworth, Alice . . .
,, 37, 64,
..37, 55, 75,
f '47,' si,
' 47,421 '66,
,. 49, 50,
.. 36, 55,
Holloman, Susan .... 47, 51, 106,
Holloway, Valcus . , .......,.. ,
Holmes, Jerry ... ...... ....
Hopkins, Lucy ... ...,,.. .. . .
Hopper, Robert . . . , . 48, 132,
Horton, Connie . . . . .
Hosmer, Floyd . . , . , ,
Houston, William . . ......,. . .
Howton, Thomas . . .,....... . .
Hughes, Carol ..... ...... 3 5, 53, 74,
Humphries, Beth . .,... ......., 4 6,
Hunter, Cheryl ,. .. 51, 75, 133,
Hunter, Michael ....,.....,.........
lngram, Thomas .,,,.... . . . 55, 76,
Iverson, Donna , .....,,.. .. 55, 64,
Jackson, James Ray ...., . , .
Jacobs, Carole , ...... ..........
James, Kenneth ... .....,. .. ,.
Jernigan, Kay .
Johnson, Don ..........
Johnson, Linda .,.,...
Johnson, Terry .
John Carroll ...
Gribbin, Robert ,..... 37, 51, 64,
Griffin, Ann , ..... ...... ,..,, . .
Jones, Brenda . . .
Jones, Bruce . , .
Jones, George . . .
Jones, Larry . . .
47, 51, 75,
Jones, Margie ..,...,..
Jordan, Robert .,..,....
Keith, James .,........
Kendall, Tommy ,.., 90, 6 ' ' A ' ' ' ' H
Key, Richard .., .,,.,
Kiker, Charles ..
Kilgrow, Anne ..
King, James .,..
Kinsoul, Regina ....
Kirby, Billy .....
Kirk, Sally .......,,
Kirkland, Donald ....
Kirkley, Marsha . . .
Koeppel, Kay ..........
Krupp, Margaret ...,...
LaClair, Thomas ..,....
1, 92, 100,
.. ff '55,'
LaMoreaux, Jim ...,......,. 55, 74
Lancaster, Jo Ann ,......
Lancaster, Norma .... 51
Lancaster, Reginald ,,,..
Laney, Malcolm ....
Larson, Walter . ,.
Lary, Joe ......,
Carolyn , .
Latham, Joel .,..,
Mickey , . .
Woody . . .
Lawrence, Jane .....
Lawson, Stewart .,
Margaret . .
Patricia . . .
Lewis, Laurene ,.
Lindsey, Judith ,.
Lindsey, Richard ..
Livingston, Kay ,...
Lockman, Oliver ..
Lowe, Gloria ,...
Lowery, Dorothy ,.
Lumpkin, Shirley .......
Lyons, Thomas .........
Manderson, Wilbur ..,...
, 75, 134,
f f f' 46, 49,
Marable, William ,.......,.. ,,.. .
Marcum, Vernon ..
Marks, Floyd ..,..,,
Marlowe, Kenneth ..
Massi, Richard ........
Mathews, Mary Jane
McBryde, Fay ....,....
McCarter, Thomas ..
McCook, Richard .......
. 71, 76,
McCollum, Harry ...,............
McCracken, Elizabeth ....
McCracken, Joy ......
McCraw, Danny ..
McDaniel, Virginia ..
Mclntosh, Anita . . .
Mclntyre, Agnes ,.
Meade, Robert ...,
Meadows, Jackie . . .
Meggs, Sandra . . .
Meharrey, Paul ..,, ......,...
Menning, Whitney . . .
Miller, Barbara ... ..
Minges, Edwin ...,..
Minor, Lonnie ..,.....,
Mitchell, Murry Rodney .
Mizell, Gail ..,..,.....
., 47, 51,
.. 46, 49,
Moman, Richard . . , . .
Montgomery, David ..
Montgomery, Edward ,.
Moody, Louise ..,....
Moore, Elizabeth . . .
Mosley, Betty Jo
Murphree, Roger ..,..... . .,..... .
Nelson, Linda ...,....... .... 4 7, 75,
Nelson, Susan ..,......
Norris, "Buddy" George
Northcutt, Marilyn .... 36, 38, 39, 55,
Northrop, Elizabeth ..,... 35, 55, 75,
Novatnak, Carol ................ 67,
Nuckols, Peggy ...,.......... 35, 46,
O'Neal, James , ..... , .... ,... 7 6,
Oswalt, Gwen .,.. ........ .......
Overton, Gayle .,,....
Owens, Marcia .......,.. 51, 64, 113,
Palmer, Donald ........
Palmer, Robert ..
Park, Shep .,....
Parker, Kay ....
Parker, Sue ...,..,
Partrich, Daniel . ,.
Pater, Sandra .,
Patrick, William .,...
Payne, Richard . ,....
Pearce, David Wayne ..
Pearson, Sammy .....
Perkins, Kay .......
Perkins, Lenwood . . .
Perry, Charlotte .,
Phillips, Frans ..
Pike, Frances ..
Plott, John ... ,.
Poole, Eugene . . . . .
Pope, Eloise .... . .
Porter, Wayne . . ,
Price, Mary Jane . . .
Pritchett, Kathleen . .
Pritchett, Robert . . .
Proctor, Louise .,.. . . .
Pugh, Ronald .. ,....
.. 25, 100,
35, '51,' 19575,
.. 50, 76,
Raab, Donald .,,...,......,.,....,.
Rankin, Rosemary ..,...
Ray, Laura Lee . . . . .
Ray, Sandra ...,.
Redding, Gerlon ....
Reed, Helen ,....
Reim, Carolyn ..,...
Rhone, Brenda .,..
Rice, Martha ,.,...
Richardson, Robert ..,.
34, 49, 53, 75,
, .... 136,
Achterhot, Gary ,,........,.........
Adams, Roy ..,...
Adkinson, Kaye ..
Aldrich, James ..
Alexander, Elaine ..
Allen, Gilbert ,.
Allen, Troy ..,....
Alltord, Janis .......
53, 64, 77,
Riley, Michael .......,.
Roberts, Patricia .... 46, 48, 49, 51,
Robertson, Charlotte . . .
Rutledge, Wayne ..,...
Rominger, Linda ..,...
Sahm, Thomas ..,....
Sasser, Jon ......
Scott, Eugene ,...
Sherer, Kathleen ..
Sims, Betty ......
Singleton, Marsha ..
Skelton, Bobby Joe
Smelley, William .....
Smith, James Donald . .
Smith, Patsy ........
Snider, Barbara .....
Snipes, Dora . ,........
Snow, Richard .... 44
Sommers, Annette ....
Spencer, Robert . . . . ,
Squires, Kay .....
Stanard, Dennis .....,
Standridge, Martha ....
Stewart, Mary Carolyn
Stewart, Sandra ,.,..
Still, Barry ..........
Stone, Carolyn ....,..
Strickland, Connie ....
Stringtellow, Laura Sue
Stuckey, Edward .....
Styles, Betty ...,.....
Sullivan, Joe H. ,...
Summerlin, Barbara ..
Swanson, Annette ,,..
Swanson, Fred .......
Tapscott, Sandra .....
Tatum, Carol ......,.
Taylor, Hoyt Lewis
Taylor, James .....
Taylor, Linda .,..
Taylor, Nan .,.. . .
Taylor, Richard . . .
Tesney, Annette . .
Tidmore, Jeff .....
Tidmore, William ...
Tillotson, Mary . . . ..
Townsend, John ..
Trawick, Ann .,,...
Trimm, John Wayne . .
Truhett, Gary ,....
Tubbs, Charles . . .
., '.'.l fslsfsi,
68, 82, 129,
48, 49, 51, 76,
. 55, 69,
.... 35, 51,
. . ..,. , 53,
f .Q f f '51,
, .. 35,
.. 49, 51,
. 19, 36, 38, 39,
l f f f 143, '46, '56,
64, 74, 75, 117
, ','.' '35, ' si ,' '75,
Armstrong, Joe ......,,
Ashton, David .,,..
Atwood, James ....,.
.I .V ,l , .5.0.,
. .. 67,
Avery, William .........,,....... 38,
51, 79, 139,
Bailey, Judy ,.., . . .
Baernstein, Alice .,,..
Baird, Kaye ..
Tucker, Benny . . .
Sandra . , .
Turner, Larry ..
Turner, Robert .....,
Urban, Rene Charlene ..,..
Vail, Rebecca .......
Vail, Sarah .......,.
Vanderpool, James . . . . . . . 76,
Vaughn, Betty ,.,.., .... ...., 4 6 ,
Vines, Edna , ...,. ,,...... . . 46, 55,
Wade, David ......,. .... 5 5,
Walker, Annette . . . . . , . 53,
Walker, Barry .. . ,.. 64,
Walker, John ... .... 55,
Walker, Linda . . . . . . 46,
, Terry ...,...
Walker, Thomas ..,..
Walker, William Robert
Ward, Patricia ......
Waugh, Judith ..
Weaver, Dale . . .
r, John ..
Welch, Linda .....
Welch, Patricia . . .
Weller, Vivian .,
Wheat, Connie . . .
White, Mary ,.
White, Patricia . . .
White, Paula .....
Whiting, Franklin ..
Williams, Lynda ......
s, Mary Carol .
Williamson, Joe .,,..
Williamson, Sandra ..
Willoughby, Ginger .,
Wilson, Bernard .....
Wilson, Henry James .
Wilson, James .......
Wilson, Marion .,,.
Wilson, Penelope . . ,
Wilson, Robert .....
Winters, Ann ,..,
Winters, Pricilla .. .
Wood, Stephen ..
Wood, Terria ....
Woodley, William ..
Woolley, Edward . . .
Woods, Joe ..,..,
Worsham, Shirley ,.
Wurm, Catherine ..
Wurm, Diane ........
Wyatt, William ,.....
Yerby, Mary ....,.....
Baker, Joseph . . .
Baker, Margie . . .
Bales, Allen ..,..
Ballard, Gary . . .
Bane, Barbara . . .
37, aa, ao,
' '35,' '47,' 55,
. ., 50, 138,
35, 48, 53,
34, 46, 48,
f 49, '64
Banks, Jane ,,.. ,... 5 3, 79, 115,
Banks, Nancy ..,..
Bardon, James .....,
Barksdale, Josephine .
Barksdale, Larry ....,
Guy, Ross .......
Barnes, Andrew . . .
Barnett, Patricia ..
Barr, Jane ,,.,..
Barringer, Diane .,
Beard, Danny ., ....
Beauchamp, Johnny . . . ,
Beck, Barbara .,....
Beck, Robert ,..,..
Blackwell, Linda . . . . .
Bleier, Judy ..,.
Bohli, James ...
Bolin, Polly ...
Boling, Allen ,..., . ...
Bolton, Donnette ,.
Boozer,. Ellen ....
Boschung, John ,.
Bowman, James . . .
Bowen, Glen ....
Boyd, Janice , . ,
Boyd, Spence ....
Bradshaw, Chuck , .
Branton, Richard ..
Brasher, Larry . . .
Brewer, Carolyn .,
Britt, Marsha ,. . , ,.
Brittain, Lucy . ..,..
Brookover, Saraia ne
Brooks, Barbara ,.,. . ,
Broughton, James ..,. .
Brown, Beniamin ,.
Brown, David ,...
Brown, John . , .
Brown, Shirley ..
Buck, Amalie ..,..
Buford, Danny ....,.
Burgan, Lyn .,....
Burnette, Brenda .,
Burnette, Shelly ..
Burrage, Sheila ,,
Burns, Joe ,...,.
Burroughs, Carl ,
Bush, Billy ,.....
Butler, Modell ............
Cabiness, Brenda . ..
Caldwell, Beth ......
Callahan, Roe Ann
Campbell, Linda .
Cannon, Steve .. .
Card, Andy .....
Carlson, Gail ...,.
Carpenter, Linda ..
Carroll, John ,...
Carver, June ..
Catrino, Kay ..,.
Chancey, Donna .
Chandler, Linda . .
Channell, Alan ,..
Clements, Randy .
Cochrane, Allen .
Colburn, Billy . , ,
Colburn, Marcia ,
Cole, Tommy ....
Collins, Gloria ..
Cook, Larry .....
Corder, Richard .
Cork, Sarah ....
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Cozart, Melba . . .
Cozart, Robert ,.
Crane, Susan ,..
Crawford, Jackie ..
Crew, Sylvia ....
Crutcher, Nina . . .
Howard . . .
Culver, Janice ,...
Cummings, Daniel ..
Cummings, Richard .
Curry, Joan .......
Darcey, Helen .,..
Davidson, Richard .
Davis Carolyn ,...
Davis Faye ,....
Davis, James . . .
Davis, Jane ,.,..
Davis, Larry . ..
Davis, Larry . . .
Deal, Carole ..
Dean Barbara ...,
De Arman, Edwin
Deason, Judy , ..,.
Des Roches, James .
Dickey, Loretta .,..
Dockery, Brenda , . .
Dockery, Donna ..
Dockery, Linda ..
Dockery, Linda ..,.
Dodson, John ......
Dow, Mary Ellen ..
Drummond, Ann .,
Dunkin, Charlotte .
Dunn, Betty Jean . . .
Dunn, Ernestine ....
Du Pont, Rosalind .
Duren, James ...,..
Earl, Terrell ....
Earnest, Jerry .....
Edgeworth, Sandra .
Edmonds, Lawson , . .
Edwards, Roberta .
Elam, Wayne ...,
Eldridge, Jeanette .
Eley, Judy .....,.,
Elkins, Jane .....,.
Elkins, Michael "Butchl'A H i H
Espey, Barbara . .,.... ..
Etheridge, Marilyn .
Etheridge, William .
Evans, Larry .....,
Everett, Retha ...,
Evinrude, Beverly , . . . ,
Ezell, Rita .........,.... . .
Ezell, Susan ,.,.,..
Fair, Stan .....
Falls, Frank ......
Faucett, James ,...
Fender, Elaine ..
Fishbaugh, James ,. .
Fisher, Brenda ,.,,
Fisher, Ethel .,...
Fitts, Ann ........
Fitzgerald, Jane ..
Fleenor, Brenda ,.
Flummer, Jerry ..
Fondren, Patricia .
Ford, Michael .. .
Foster, Mary Sue
Franklin, Rebecca ,.,.
Freeman, Charles .
Freeman, Oscar .
Frost, Ann .,....
Gaddis, Judeth ..
Garcia, Lillian .. .
Garner, Manley .
Gibbons, Ann ...,.
Gibson, Ramona .
Giles, Jerry ..,,.
Gilliland, Mary .
Gilmore, Carol . . .
Gilmore, Diane .
Givens, Jean ....
Goode, Allen . . .
Graham, Louis ...,,
Green, Ross .....
Griffin, Jackie ..
Griffin, Kenneth .
Griffin, Phyllis ....
Griffin, Ronald . .
Grimes, Linda . , .
Groshe, Peter . . .
Guin, Mary Ann .
Hamm, Billy .....
Hamrick, Daniel .
Hankins, Donald .
Hansford, Connie .
Harden, Deigh ..
Hardy, Thomas ....
Hargrove, Daniel ,
Harris, Clifton , . .
Harris, Helen ,.
Hartley, Michael .
Hastings, Martha .
Hayes, Jonathan .
Herman, James ..
Highsaw, Mary ..
Hinton, Sally ....
Hoggle, Ronald ..
Hoggle, William .
Hog ue, La ne ......
Holcomb, Daniel ,
Holloman, Faye .
Hood, Dorothy . . .
Hopkins, Patricia .
Horn, Gregory . . , ,
Houck, Rose Mary
Lyles, Ba rba ra
Howell, Glenn ....
Howton, David ...,
Hoyt, Heidi .....
Hubbard, Jerry . . .
Hubbert, Joyce ....
Hughes, Lennis ....
Hughey, Greg ,...
Hunter, William ,...
Hyche, Joel .......
Jackson, Andrew , . . .
Jackson, Judith ..
Jerald, Truman ....
Jeter, Sherry .,... ,
Johnson, John .,.,
Johnson, Lana .,
Johnson, Mary .,.,
Jones, Ann ,....
Jones, Barbara .,
Jones, Michael ....
Jones, Ronald ,.
Joyner, Carol ......
Junkins, Joseph .,........
Keller, Dorothy ,.,...
Kelly, Allen ..,.
Kilgore, Walter ..
Kincaid, Alan ..
Kincaid, William ..
King, Linda ,..,
Kirby, Joyce ....
Kirk, John ........
Kirkpatrick, Dean . . .
Koster, Robert ....
Krup, Donald ..
Kuhns, Buddy ..,....
LaFoy, Wayne . .
Lake, Jean . . .
Lake, Jerry . . ,
Lamb, Jean .,....
Lamon, Michael ..
Lancaster, Jo Ann
Latham, Gerald ..
Latner, Lester ......
Lawrence, John .,
Lawrence, Linda . . .
Lawson, William ..
Lee, Betty ...,
Lee, Richard . ,.
Lewis, Judy ....
Lindsey, Linda .,
Logan, Carl .........
Lollar, Mitchell ....,..
Lowe, Genene .......
Lowery, Dexter ....
Malone, Norma ..
Marcum, Larry ....
Markham, Judy ..
Marteson, De .....
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Mason, James ....,.
Massengale, David ..
Massey, Jerry ....
Mate, Janet .......
Mathews, Melvin . . ,
Meade, Vicky .,..
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Meredith, Mary Kate ....
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Miller, William ..,.
Mills, Jane ,...,
Mitchell, Ferrell ..
Mitchell, Mary .,...
Mahon, Percy .......
Montgomery, Donna ..
Morgan, Janet .....
Morgan, Martha ....
Morris, Leslie ....
Morrison, John ,....
McCain, Patricia .,..
McCary, John ......
McCollum, Hardin ..
McDaniel, Gayle ...,
McDaniel, Wanda ..
McDuffie, Michael . . .
McGahey, James . . .
McGee, David ..,..,
McGlamery, Patricia ..
Mclntosh, Glenn ....
Mclntyre, Kenneth .,
McJenkins, James ..
McMillian, Brenda . ..... ..
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Nelson, Trudi .. . . . .
Netto, Annette ....
Nevin, Carolyn ..
Newman, Frank .,
Newman, James ... .,..
Newman, Tony ..,.
Nichols, William .,
Nicol, Fred ....,
Noland, Phillip ..
Nolen, Mary .....
Norris, Jackson . . .
Norris, Ronald .,..
Northcutt, Carolyn ......
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O'Brien, Nancy .,......... . . , 50,
O'Bryant, Peggy ....
Odum, James .,....
Ogilvie, Raymond . . ,
Oliver, Jackie ....
O'Neil, Lynda . ,.
Onley, Susan ..
Orr, Richard ,. . .
Osborn, Davis ...,..
Osborne, Thomas . , ,
Osburn, Waldo . . ,.
Owen, William ,... ....
Owens, Sandra ......,.... 47,
Palmer, Kenneth ......... ....
Pancake, John .. ...
Parham, Glenn ....
Parker, Virginia ...
Parker, William .. .
Parrott, Sue ....
Parsons, Ray . . .
Pate, Bobby ..
Pate, Terry . . .
Pate, Katrina ..
Pate, Mavis ....
Patterson, Leroy . .
Patton, Ann ..... . . .
Patton, Thomas . , . . .
Paul, Pamela ....
Payne, Lambert . . .
Pearson, Newt ,...
Penz, Alton ...,
Penz, David ,,....
Petry, Cary ......
Petry, Gary ,.,.
Phillips, Cynthia .,
Phillips, Stanley ..
Pierce, Ernest ..,...
Pierce, Mary Dana ....
Platt, Linda ,.,..,
Pointer, Charles , . .
Popp, Christi ....
Price, Thomas ,.
Price, William .,..
Proctor, Rachel .,
Pryor, James ..,. ....
Pyles, Charles ..........
Quilliams, Roy , ..,,.,.. .
Radcliff, Robert ..,.....
Raiford, .lo Ann .......
Rainer, Diane .,..
Ramirez, Luis ..,....
Ramsey, Gerald , , . ..
Rawlins, Linda .,,..
Roy, Gay Nell
Redding, Alice ... ...
Redding, Ruby ..,. ....,
Reid, Linda .,.,. ..., 5 1
Reese, Phyllis .,,.. ...,.
Reynolds, Judith . . . , .
Reynolds, Judy .,..
Rice, Susan ,........,
Rickles, Wayne ....
Riley, Estela ....
Roberts, Gail .,...
Roberts, William .,..
Robertson, Jane ....
Roddy, Sally .,..,...
Ross, Edgar .......
Rumsey, Barry ., .... ..
Rylee, Thomas .........,
Sams, Larry ............
Sanders, Ralph .... .....
Seale, Billy Jo .,,.
Sewell, Barbara . . .
Sexton, Thomas ,.
Sharp, Gail .....,
Shirley, Betty .,,.
Shirley, Michael ,.
Simmons, Carolyn ..
Smith Betty ,.,.
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Smith, Donald . ..
Smith, Katherine .
Smith, Margie . ..
Smith, Sara Ann .
Smithson, Linda ..
Snipes, Jerald ,..
Snow, Richard . . .
Sparks, Madison .
Sparks, Phyllis . ..
Spencer, John ,...... . . . 50,
Spradley, Ellery .
Stakem, James . . ,
Stapp, Lauralee .
Stone, Reita .,..
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Sullivan, Dayton ,
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Suther, Carol .......,... .. 38,
Swindle, Lorene . .... .
Taylor, Joyce .... ...,. . . . 46,
Taylor, William .... . . . 77,
Terrett, Mary . . . . . . . .
Thomas, Bruce .,. ,......
Thomas, Donna . . ...... . .
Thomas, Phoebe .. 50, 63,
Thompson, Wallace . . . . . , . 96,
Tidmore, Ferrell .
Tilley, Royal ......
Tilley, Virginia ..
Tillman, Judy ,..
Tucker, Joseph ,.
Turner, Lesko .,..
Turner, Linda .....
Twomey, Kenneth ..
Vail, Lillian .......
Vanderpool, Judy ..
Van Tassel, Marty .
Vestal, Jack ......
Vining, Tanamara .
Voit, Larry .......
Wagner, Lloyd ,...
Walby, Terry .....
Waldrop, Diane ..
Waldrop, Wayne ..
Walker, David ....
Walker, Joan ....
Walker, John ....
Warbington, Larry ..
Ward, Mike ...,..
Warren, Edward ..
Watson, William ..
Weaver, David ..
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White, Tommie Sue
Whitley, Donald Ray
Wiggins, Margaret .
Wilkins, Charles ..
Williams, David ..
Williams, Harold ..
Williams, Jennifer ..
Williams, Joe .....
Williams, Johnny ....
Williams, Judy ....
Williams, Klinner ....
Williams, Martha ..
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Wesley, James ....
Whatley, Patricia ..
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Woods, Nedra ..
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Wurm, Gary ...
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