Tuscaloosa High School - Black Warrior Yearbook (Tuscaloosa, AL)
- Class of 1963
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Tuscaloosa High School
ln Tuscaloosa, o city of pride in the past and optimism for the future, no institution is more important than
Tuscaloosa High School, a monument to the people who, knowing the importance of education, have provided for
it with an adequate plant and an excellent faculty.
Three high school buildings in this century demonstrate the growth ot "our town." As Tuscaloosa goes, so goes
our educational program. We must continue to grow, to improve and to provide for these evidences of progress.
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Named for a famous Indian chieftain, Tushkalusa, lmeaning Black Warriorl
whose tomb now graces the courthouse lawn, the Druid City has a rich heritage . . .
a city blessed by nature, overlooking a sleepy Warrior River that ripples gently
Shaded by giant oak trees
Tuscaloosa is a city which
has become the center of
educational facilities in
Alabama and bids fair to
become the educational
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Tuscaloosa. . .
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The first builders of Tuscaloosa, wise men, laid New buildings stand like
out wide streets. lts growth was slow at first. beaconlights ina city once
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lite in Tuscaloosa . . . new people have come in. New people
have been born, educated here, and have taken their place in the
A city like Tuscaloosa is to those who know and love it like a
home to a tootloose young fellow who always wants to know that
he has a home to return to. lt is notable that once a man has
lived in Tuscaloosa, his heart remains here no matter where he
any city richer. Moreover, this is a new age,
a space age, when lite is changing every day.
Graduates of Tuscaloosa High School owe
much to our city. Whether we choose to
live here or elsewhere, all of us will retain
within our hearts a warm spot for our first
Varied Facets 0 Uur Li e
The Serious Side As
Well As The Light...Fun
but Also Study
BECKY RHODES SIGNS the official roll kept by Amelia
Kyle, secretary, during a National Honor Society induction.
Just as adult citizens of Tuscaloosa are
well-rounded individuals, so are the future
citizens who populate our school. Crowds
of boys and girls in our once spacious halls
are a sure sign of an ever-growing city. ln
a constant hub of activity, Tuscaloosa teen-
agers are equally as fun-loving as any gen-
eration with their myriad modes of recrea-
tion. Parades, patriotism, concerts-all are
included in our T. H. S. band life. ln the
intellectual field, scholars follow the pace
of the community through the ritual of the
Honor Society. indeed, T. H. S. is a mirror
which reflects the Tuscaloosa way of life-
a mirror which reflects the hopes and am-
bitions of a progressive city.
"WHEN DOES THIS thing stop?" These T. H. S. students might
well ask this as they pay a visit to the West Alabama Fair.
TUSCALOOSA HIGH SCHOOL halls have become more populated because of the rapid growth of our city in recent years, even
though the ninth grade has been shifted to the iunior high schools. Some poor soul is evidently being whirled away by the vicious mob.
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asm mark our band as a pace setter for Tuscaloosa High School. Bill Scott investigate modern industrial advancements,
AS TUSCALOOSA lS an outstanding city in Alabama, so Tuscaloosa High students are winners in the state
and national affairs. Pete Clark and Ralph Hayden, staff members of our newspaper accept the Alabama
High School Press Association award for the best high school newspaper in the state, the BEAR FACTS.
Students Bring Honor to City and School
AGAINST THE BACKGROUND of our national capitol are H. Pettus Randall and Alabama Congressman
Armisteacl Selden. In the summer of 1962, Pettus, a T.H.S. student, was elected president of two national
organizations: Bays' State, an American Legion Club, and Key Club, a Kiwanis affiliate. Seldom does a
high school student achieve such national recognition.
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Efficient Directors Manage School Business
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DR. H. D. NELSON, Superintendent of city schools, directs
the complicated affairs of our city school system.
MEMBERS COMPOSlNG THE local School Board of Education are
Nelson, Mr. Paul Burnum, and Mr. Henry Lyda.
America's leadership role in an ever increasingly com-
plex world has placed new and unprecedented demands
upon public education. These new demands have been
summarized by calling upon the schools for quality edu-
cation. One aspect ot good education is undoubtedly
academic excellence. The importance which we attach
to testing, more stringent college entrance requirements
and increased enrollment in such areas as mathematics,
science, and foreign language indicate that we all be-
lieve this. However, academic excellence alone will not
provide America and the world with the type of citizens
needed in our crisis tilled world.
We need along with our emphasis on academic ex'
cellence, a new sense ot urgency about strength in such
areas as dedication to high moral principles, the devel-
opment of sterling character, willingness to accept respon-
sibility, dedication to thrift and industry, true patriotism,
emotional stability, genuine concern tor others, and the
development ot individual leadership qualities. Such
characteristics are not inherent in human beings. They
must be taught to and learned by each new generation.
Such teaching and learning must be an essential part of
any culture and ot any system ot public education which
accepts responsibility tor providing the society it serves
with quality education.
Mr. H. H. Mize, Mr. George Shirley, Mr. Harry Pritchett, Dr. Harvey
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P. T.S.A. Is Vital for Well-Balanced Program
P.T.S.A. OFFICERS this year are Miss Ann Newman, Dr. A. J. Penz, Mrs. Norman Reims, Mr. Cliff Armstrong, Mrs. Fred White, Mrs.
Robert L. Hopper, and Mrs. Dick Parker.
Our P.T.S.A. this year is under the able leadership of
Mr. Cliff Armstrong. Meetings have provided an oppor-
tunity for parents to visit teachers in their rooms, review
the year's program. and discuss their childe-n's problems.
Its budget is raised through contributions of parents.
Interesting programs have included talks made by the
then Governor-Elect George Wallace and A.E,A. Presi-
dent-Elect Kermit Johnson, Superintendent of Jefferson
County schools, a concert provided by the band, chorus
music, and speech department. Door prizes have been
given this year to encourage attendance.
MRS. MARGARITA DEI. VALLE, one of our Spanish teachers, demonstrates one of the most
popular methods for teaching vocabulary to interested parents during a P.T,S.A. meeting.
T.H.S. Prepares Citizens or the Future
To mold inexperienced youngsters into responsible citi-
zens, to bridge the gap between childhood and adult-
hood, to provide a sound foundation on which a whole
life may be basedfthese are the responsibilities of a
high school. How well a school carries out these respon-
sibilities depends largely on the abilities of the men who
hold the top administrative positions. Tuscaloosa High
School has ci competent principal in Mr. Harold E. Greer.
This is Mr. Greens third year as principal of T,H.S. His
good humor and sincere liking tor students have made
him respected and popular. Our assistant principal,
Mr. Thurman l.. Gallman, is also a triend to all students.
Both ot these men show a genuine interest in the accom-
plishments of T,l'l,S. students.
PRINCIPAL HAROLD E. GREER, who traverses the "miles" of
halls daily, here is found in a moment of repose in his office.
MR. GALLMAN PROMPTS Mr. Greer os he broadcasts his well- ATTENDANCE AND DISCIPLINE Pl'0l3lemS are TWO of 'he FESPOD-
known "few short announcements" over the intercom to students. sibilities of GUY CSSTSTCNY Pl'lHClP0l MF- Tl'lUfl"1Uf1 L- Gullmcn.
Guidance Department Counsels Students
GUIDANCE ASSISTANTS Sue Glendenning, Mary Stewart, Fern Niehuss, and Merle Griffin
look over bulletins concerning tests Seniors must take to gain entrance into college.
Which college shall I go to? Would I be happier in a
large university or in a small college? Can l even afford
to go at all? Do I have a chance to get a scholarship?
These questions run through every student's mind. Our
guidance counselor, Mr. Merrill, is the person who can
help calm puzzled students' doubts and tears about life
after high school. The guidance department offers coun-
seling about colleges, tests, scholarships, and vocational
opportunities. Mr. Merrill administers tests and interprets
results to students. This department is a valuable asset.
MR. CONRAD MERRILL, Troy State College, Uni-
versity of Alabama, B.S., MS., Guidance Coun-
TESTS, TESTS, TESTS! Here Juniors slave over California
Achievement Tests, which measure mental maturity in
terms of grade levels. Seniors take Differential Aptitude
Tests which, when interpreted, helps students decide for
what vocation they would be best suited. This, in turn,
determines what training they will need.
Staff Members Practice Efficiency
MRS. VERNA BARDON
MRS. MILDRED GABLE
MRS. ALTHEA GARDNER
MRS. JANIE GILES
MRS. BESSIE MAE LEWIS
Correspondence, transcripts, credits, registration, multi-
ple funds at Tuscaloosa High are handled by our secre-
tary, registrar, and bookkeeper.
Nutritious and ample lunches, sandwiches, soups, des-
serts planned by our lunchroom manager appeal to all
kinds of appetites. The many ills of fifteen hundred
students are attended to by our capable nurse.
Students and teachers are aware of the contributions
made to their school life by these five efficient staff
NINA BETH PARKER, office runner, takes a mes-
sage for o teacher, iust one of her secretarial tasks.
PAULETTE McGAHEY PUTS mail, notices, and grade sheets into teachers'
boxes. Office runners soon learn the name is above the box, not below it.
Student Secretaries, Uffice Runners Aid School
MARY ELLIOTT, Sarah Gay Edwards and Vera Montgomery type up announce-
ments for the bulletin, as part of their job as student secretaries.
At the end of each school year several students are
selected to aid the administrators and faculty for next
year. These are the student secretaries and office run-
ners. During the day, student secretaries are found in
the machine room typing and running off stencils for the
faculty. Office runners literally "run," They collect ab-
sentee slips and keep office records up to date. Office
runners are the "walking directories" of our school.
STUDENT SECRETARIES Patty Dameron, Diana
Cook and Shirley Bailes, run off a test.
OFFICE RUNNERS: Row 'lz
Paulette McGahey, Alice Le-
Maistre, Susan Woodley, Kathy
Fleming. Row 2: Jean Owens,
Grace Blankenship, Anette No-
land, Ann Medders, Nino Beth
Parker. Row 3: Sara Bailey,
Carol Estes, Diane Stansell, Estes
Hayes, Sarah Hinton, Martha
Raye Springer, Delane Fitts.
English Upens Wide
n essary for a
to take English
knowledge of one's language is
education, all students are required
year at Tuscaloosa High School.
his course consists of a study of grammar, composition,
and all types of literature. English is probably the strong-
est language spoken, and more people speak it than any
other single language in the world, except Chinese.
World of Literature
MRS. ELISE ALEXANDER, Vanderbilt University, B.A., M.A.,
English, Reading, Sponsor of Forensic League-MRS.
BETTY BOOTH, University of Alabama, B.A., English, Read-
ing, Sponsor of Anchor Club-MISS JOY BOX, Birming-
ham Southern, B.A., University of Alabama, M.A., English
-MISS ANNA BROWN, University ot Alabama, A.B.,
M.A., English, Sponsor of Senior Class-MRS. WYNELL
BURROUGHS, University of Alabama, B.S., English, Journ-
alism, Sponsor of Bear Facts-MRS. SANDRA BUSBY,
Birmingham Southern, B.A., English, French, Sponsor of
Student Council, Sponsor of French Club.
English is also a powerful literary language. Sopho-
mores study Julius Caesar and Silas Marner, among other
works. Juniors take American literature, and in the
Senior year, the study of literature includes Macbeth
and Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. T.H.S. students learn
English history from Anglo-Saxon times to the present.
IS THAT A dangling participle, a split infinitive, or a gerund? The students in Miss Box's Senior
English class contemplate the intricacies of English grammar as they study verbal nouns and adiectives.
SOPHS RICHARD CORTER and Linda Tubb JOHN PICKENS and Bob Shamblin study English grammar in preparation for
examine English department's tape recorder. college entrance tests which Seniors must take to gain admission into college
MRS. ADELLE DOWDY, University of Alabama, B.S., MA.,
English, Advanced Mathematics-MRS. LOUISE HARDEN,
University of Alabama, B.A., English, Sponsor of Senior
Class-MISS FAYE LITTLE, Atlantic Christian College Uni-
versity of Alabama, B.S., lvl.A., English-MRS. SARA
OGLESBY, Alabama College, A.B., English-MRS. EVELYN
VIBBART, University of Alabama, AB., English, Reading,
Sponsor of Junior Class.
MRS. OLIVIA FINES, Florida
State University, B.A., Uni-
versity of Alabama, MA.,
Latin, Sponsor of Junior
Latin - A Liberal
HAS CIRCE BEEN using her magic wand on Latin students? No, . '
they're iust modeling costumes used in a J.C.L. meeting.
"TUM" OR "TAM" . . . that is the question that con-
fronts Latin I students in a typical vocabulary drill.
Latin students at T.H.S. obtain more than a knowledge
of grammar and the Gallic Wars. They dabble in phil-
osophy la la Finesi, archaeology, and the fine arts.
Mythology and Winnie llle Pu also add to students'
repertoires. Some students scorn Latin as a dead langu-
age, but many colleges prefer it to modern languages.
LATIN STUDENTS follow along in the book while they listen to
Moses Hadas reading excerpts from famous Latin authors' works.
MRS. BESSE TERRY, Univer-
sity of Alabama, A.B., M.A.,
A.A., University of Michi-
gan, M.A., University of
Maryland, London School
of Economics, French, Spon-
SOF of l:l'9nCl'l ANN WINTERS POINTS to a map of France which illustrates places of interest, while Carole
Deal watches. French students strive to learn customs, history, and geography of France
in addition to the French language.
French - The Language
Employed by Diplomats
French is known as the clearest and most precise of
modern languages. One must have a knowledge ot this
language if planning to enter any phase of the diplo-
matic service. Widely travelled Mrs. Terry emphasizes
the importance of French as a language to promote
DANIELLE SANCHEZ is the French orphan
who has been adopted by the French Club,
which contributes monthly to her support.
ALTHOUGH THEY ARE working in cramped quarters with only limited facilities, the students in Mrs. Terry's
French II class display apparent interest in learning about every aspect of the life of the French people.
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Spanish Students Benefit from Language Lab
MRS. MARGARITA DEL VALLE, Northwest Missouri State
Teachers College, B.S., University ot Alabama, M.A.,
Spanish, Sponsor of Spanish II and III Club-MRS.
MARTHA LACKEY, University ot Alabama, B.S., MA.,
Spanish, English, Sponsor of Spanish I Club.
Spanish, the language of our southern neighbors is
one of the modern languages taught at T.H.S. For the
first time, a third year ot Spanish has been offered to
foreign language students. Because of an increased
enrollment this year, Mrs. Lackey has taken over all
Spanish I classes with Mrs. del Valle teaching Spanish II
Spanish students enioy using the new language labora-
tory, which helps them in pronunciation and conversation.
It is an aid to the teacher in knowing the individual stu-
In Spanish Ill, there is the opportunity to study the his-
tory, culture, and literature ot Spanish-speaking countries.
LANGUAGE LAB CLASSES at T.H.S. help modern foreign
language students learn how to speak the language they
study, in addition to being able to read the language.
Here a Spanish I class listens to a tape.
DIANE HARRIS shows TuscaIoosa's first
Spanish III class a doll she bought in
Spain last summer when she visited
Library Uperates Under New System
SENIORS ANNE FAIRCLOTH and Mack Brown are taking advantage of research materials,
which are just a part of the excellent facilities of the library available to our students.
Where can a student find information on anything
from aviation to Zoology? Where can one go back-
wards through the door of history to visit the cave of a
Neantherthal man or go forward to view an imaginary
city on Mars in the year 3204? The school library is the
place, of course.
Our library is well-staffecl with competent librarians,
always ready to help the struggling student. The library
is working under a new, more efficient system this year:
The main room is a study hall where the reference books
are kept. The east study hall serves as a reading room
and contains fiction books.
MRS. EVELYN DARDEN, University of Alabama,
B.S., L.S., Librarian. MRS. ADNA HOWARD, Uni-
versity of Alabama, B.S., M.A., L.S., Librarian,
Sponsor of Library Assistants. MRS. MARYELLA
TERRILL, Bethel College, B.A., University of Ala-
bama, M.A., Librarian.
MRS. HOWARD, OUR head librarian, helps several
students check books in and out and pay fines on over-
due Hooks. For entertainment and news, students at the
table in the foreground read newspapers from the li-
brary's collection of periodicals. Current issues of sev-
eral popular magazines are kept in the reading room.
AMERICAN HISTORY STUDENTS find news magazines RONNIE EZELL LEADS the daily discussion about the world's affairs
helpful in the r discussions of current events in today's manifold crises in Mrs. Cary's P.O.D. class.
Soclal Studles Stresses Current Events
Dates, maps, Senior Scholastic, World Week, Masters
of Deceit-these are tools a social studies student uses
to understand the world today. Why are social studies
necessary? It's a worn phrase, but history does repeat
itself. The student studying democracy will be a knowl-
edgeable voter tomorrow. With the shadow of Com-
munism hanging over our land today, we cannot afford
to be ignorant of the purposes and methods of this
enemy. As a minister recently said, "Our generation
will either be the best generation the world has ever
seen, or it will be the last generation the world will see."
MRS. LOUISE CARY, University of Alabama, B.S., Problems
of Democracy, Sponsor of Student Council-MR. M. W.
CLINTON, University of Alabama, B. S., M.A., Problems
of Democracy, Alabama History, Sponsor of Historical
Society-MISS TENNIE DAVIDSON, Alabama College,
A.B., University of Alabama, M.A., American History,
Sponsor of Sophomore Class-MRS. IRENE LITTLE, Missis-
sippi State College for Women, B.A., Mississippi State
University, M.A., World History, Latin, Sponsor of Honcr
MR. WALTER LIVERMAN, Cumberland University, A.B.,
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, B.D., Atlanta
Theological Seminary, D.R.E., Temple Bar College, B.S.,
University of Alabama, MA., Economics, American His-
tory-MRS. CHARLENE PATRICK, University of Alabama,
B.S., M.A., World History, Sponsor of Anchor Club-MR.
FORREST PATRICK, University of Alabama, B.S., MA.,
American History, World History-MISS KATIE LEE SMITH,
Athens College, A.B., Florence State Teachers College,
University of Alabama, MA., American History-MRS
LOIS VAUGHN, Troy State Teacher's College, University
of Alabama, B.S., Problems of Democracy.
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ECONOMICS STUDENTS STUDY the aspects of Americu's commercial interests through reports such os this one by Jerry
Hubbard. Having token this course, many students are able to secure responsible positions in today's business world.
JIMMY COBBLE PLOTS the graph of a trigonometric function, one of
many mathematical skills learned by the trigonometry students.
Build New Frontiers
MRS. FRANCES FOSTER, I-luntingdon College, A.B., Uni-
versity of Alabama, M.A., Algebra4MISS RUBYE GULLEY,
University of Alabama, B.S., lvl.A., Plane Geometry, Spon-
sor of B.W. Business Staff-MRS. KATHARINE HODGIN,
Meredith College, A.B., University of Alabama, M.A.,
Algebra-MISS HENRIETTE KENDRICK, University of Ala-
bama, B.S., Plane Geometry-MRS. MARION SMITH, Wil-
son College, A.B., Algebra, Senior Mathematics, Sponsor
of lvlu Alpha Theta-MRS. CLARA WILLIAMS, Alabama
College, B.S., University of Alabama, lvl.A., Algebra.
Math is more than the tool of the scientist. The study
of mathematics-of definitions built, one on top of the
other, from a group of undefined terms, of formulas de-
rived by reasoning from definitions and other formulas,
of proofs logically constructed from definitions, formulas,
and theorems already proved-is most valuable, as a
tool for thought for ct person vvho will never see the inside
of a laboratory.
The mathematics department not only prepares students
for the walks of life that require a knowledge of math
but also for occupations requiring keen logic, accuracy,
and careful work. As the world in which we live becomes
more complicated, the study of mathematics becomes
WITH MRS. SMITH'S help, Jerry Humphries, a
trig student, learns to use a slide rule.
Is the Nation's Future
With the space age upon us, there is a greater demand
for scientists than ever before. For students who are
interested in scientific careers, T.H.S. offers four founda-
tion courses. General science gives a basic foundation
for biology, physics and chemistry, Advanced general
science, which is a more advanced study plus atomic
energy, is offered to the upperclassmen. Such vvords as
stimulus, nucleus, cell, and notochord are all part of the
everyday language of biology students. Physics students
readily speak of Archimede's principle, Pascal's principle,
behavior of molecules, and density of substances. The
future chemist studies the elements and their properties.
Our nation's future is hinged upon these basic studies.
MRS. VIETTA BEAL, Southwestern University, B.S., Biology,
Sponsor of Science Club-MRS. FRANCES LYONS, Uni-
versity of Alabama, B.S., Biology, Sponsor of Science
Club-MRS. ELIZABETH MARTIN, University of Alabama,
B.S., M.A., Biology, Advanced Science, Sponsor of Science
Club-MRS. ELLA PEIRCE, Davis and Elkins College, B.S.,
Chemistry, Biology, Sponsor of Science Club - MRS.
CHARLOTTE SELLERS, University of Alabama, B.S., Phys-
ics, Biology, Sponsor of Science Club.
MRS. SELLERS WATCHES the clock while Physics students 'take c
retinal fatigue test. Notice the curious expressions on their faces.
DISTILLING IS ONLY ONE of the experiments
that take place in Paul Rose, Ed Pickett, and
Hank Herrod's class.
Students Employ Theory, Practice Makes Perfect
MRS. SARAH BLAKENEY, University of Alabama, B.S.,
MA., Shorthand, Typing-MRS. MARGARETTE HOLMES,
Judson College, B.S., Business Law, Bookkeeping-MRS.
KATHERINE PICKETT, Georgia State College for Women,
B.S., Business Law, Typing-MRS. JUARINE VAN TASSEL,
University of Alabama, B.S., M.A., Typing, Sponsor of
Future Teachers of America-MRS. NELL WATSON, Uni-
versity ot Alabama, B.S., M.A,, General Business.
SPEED TESTS in typing class are trying, yet with each
comma or period, these students become more proficient.
Business minded students are trained in T.H.S.'s com-
mercial department for futures in business, business
administration and for secretarial positions.
As you walk down the hall of the commercial depart-
ment, all you can hear is the clattering of typewriters.
The ability to type well is valuable to students in college
as well as to people in the business world. Through
business courses students are introduced to terms and
methods used in the field of commerce.
TAKING DICTATION IS an important phase of a shorthand
course. Students are drilling to improve speed and accuracy.
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D.0., D.E. Students Gain Job Experience
The Diversified Occupation and Distributive Education
Departments provide on-the-job training for those stu-
dents of T.H.S. who plan to embark upon a commercial
career. Each year this department prepares students for
life outside of high school where they will be a part of
the progress of the community.
Students in the vocational department ot T.H.S. attend
school for only a half day and then go to their place ot
employment for the time not spent in school.
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THERE'S MORE TO D.O. than iust working at a iob. Here
Lavinia Hellums gets background knowledge before going to
her place of employment.
MIKE MEADOWS STUDIES English, part of the
academic course which accompanies iob training.
MR. AUBREY BARDON,
Centenary College of
Louisiana, B.A., Univer-
sity ot Alabama, M.A.,
A.A, D.O., Sponsor ot
D.O. Club. MR. M. H.
State Teachers College,
University of Alabama
B.S., M.A,, D.O., Spon
sor of D.O. Club. MR
PAT WALLACE, Univer
sity ot Alabama, B.S.,
M.A.g D.E., Sponsor of
LAVINIA HELLUMS STUDIES slides under a microscope as
she gets on-the-iob training at Dr. Jordan's office.
Artists, Engineers Aspire To Varied Careers
MR. TOM DANNER, University ot Alabama, B.S,,
Mechanical Drawing, Crafts, Industrial Arts, Sponsor
of Mechanical Drawing Club. MR. EDSIL KERR, Uni-
versity ot Alabama, B.A., Art, English, Sponsor of
MR. DANNER HELPS Ed Pickett master a new technique in Me-
chanical Drawing while Tommy Dean works on another drawing.
Art classes at T.H.S. are always engaged in useful
and interesting activities, such as providing sets tor stu-
dent activities and getting paintings ready for the Schol-
astic contest or for exhibitions. Such experiences often
lead students to pursue art careers.
Down in the section ot our building devoted to the
arts, mechanical drawing is taught by Mr. Tom Danner.
Boys expecting to become engineering or architectural
students learn about making blue prints and such. Draw-
ing boards carried by these earnest craftsmen seem to
be a mark ot distinction at T.H.S.
ART STUDENTS Donnie Hannah, Leska Turner, and Donna Thom-
as express their creative talents through the medium of paint.
IN THE METAL working shop of Industrial Arts, Terry Walby applies
a coat of paint to metal, part of a proiect on which he is working.
Speech Department Presents New Plays
MRS. JANICE RANKIN,
Northeastern State Col-
lege, B.S., Speech, Sponsor
ROUGE, LIPSTICK, POWDER . . . make'up not usually worn by Joe David Anders is
applied here by Susan Giles and Pat Roberts as he "grins and bears it."
Through a good speech training program in Tuscaloosa
High School, future citizens are prepared for living in a
world where the spoken word is fast becoming more
influential than the written word. Speech students gain
valuable experience by participating in plays and talk-
ing in front of an audience. They learn how to put
together a good speech as well as how to give one
effectively. Speech helps students express their thoughts
clearly, and smoothly.
"MR. FEGAN, have you ever seen this gun before?"
This is a line from the play "The Night of January 16"
presented by the Greasepainters. Richard Snow, Joe
Anders, and Frank Adams are the characters shown here.
CAROL CURRY, Phil Billings, Richard Rhone, Jimmy Gilliland, and
Donna Iverson participate in a discussion group held during speech.
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Students Learn to Apply Practical Arts
INDUSTRIAL ARTS student Mickey Patterson concentrates
as he changes raw materials into a finished product.
MR. WILLIAM HENDERSON, The Citadel, University
of Alabama, B.S., MA., Driver's Training, Coach.
MR. MARION PIERSON, University of Alabama, B.S.,
M.A,, A.A.5 industrial Arts, Coach,
Boys who like to create things with their hands take
Industrial Arts. This course offers them a chance to learn
to use hand tools and power tools. They use this knowl-
edge to make useful objects such as book cases and gun
racks. This year, the industrial Arts classes have made
and sold Black Bear license plates.
Safe driving is more necessary than ever with our
super highways and powerful cars. Driver's Training
helps students learn to drive under expert direction.
Study of the car itself and the use of a textbook enable
the student to know more about the "whys and hows" of
safe driving. When a driving student obtains his license he
knows more about safe driving than the average person.
MR. HENDERSON EXPLAINS the intricate "insides" of a car to
Driver's Training students Brenda Jones and Allen Bales.
Role o Homemaker Expands in Today's World
Stir in one teaspoon-or was that one tablespoon?
Dilemmas such as this are everyday occurences in home
economics classes. However, home economics, or home-
making as it is now called, has changed since the days
when only cooking and sewing were taught. Because
homemaking is an important factor in everybody's life,
a girl needs careful training for her future duties. This
course helps the individual to understand and assume
the responsibilities ot a family. lt makes the student more
familiar with the homemaking role through the study of
clothing, textiles, child growth and development, per-
sonal relationships, tood and nutrition, and personal
MISS BELVA LILES, Auburn
University, B.S., University
of Alabama, MA., Home
Economics, Sponsor of Fu-
ture Homemakers of Ameri-
ca - MRS. LETITIA ROB-
ERTS, University of Ala-
bama, B.S., MA., Home
Economics, Sponsor of Fu-
ture Homemakers of Ameri-
ca, Sponsor of Junior Red
THE HOME EC. DEPARTMENT provides girls with an opportunity to MARTHA HARGROVE dresses a mannikin in
h k' t d. the attractive home economics display window.
learn to cook. Doris Bell and Judy Hayes are s own ma ing cus :xr
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Phys ical Education Clas
MRS. BERNICE CLINTON, Peabody College, More-
head College, University of Texas, BS, Physical Edu-
cation, Sponsor of Girls Scouts. MRS. MARY ALICE
KEMP, University of Alabama, B.S., Physical Education,
Sponsor of Cheerleaders, Sponsor of Pep Squad.
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In the cold-war era in which we live, much emphasis
is being placed on physical fitness. Schools and colleges
are striving to offer extensive programs for building
stronger and healthier Americans. It is essential in our
time that Americans work to become sturdy, vigorous
people to prepare a defense for freedom and democracy.
The Physical Education department at Tuscaloosa High
School is endeavoring to provide this opportunity. The
boys' physical education classes are taking Physical Fit-
ness tests as part of President Kennedy's program.
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GIRLS' P.E. CLASSES participate in such outdoor sports as fiel
hockey during the sunny and invigorating fall and spring month
GOLF, SOFTBALL, VOLLEYBALL, archery, tennis, basketball, soccer-
these are some of the numerous activities engaged in by P.E. classes.
BY PLAYING BASKETBALL girls learn teamwork and co-
ordination as well as into which basket the ball must gol
Phases of Physical Fitness Program
We welcome a new girls' physical education teacher,
Mrs. Mary Alice Kemp, who was formerly at Tuscaloosa
Junior High School.
Our instructors teach skills in such sports as tumbling,
softball, football, volleyball, tennis, badminton, dancing,
soccer, and basketball.
Participating in these various activities gives the stu-
dent a feeling of teamwork and cooperation. It teaches
him exercises which can help him remain physically tit
in later life. Its purpose is to build up the American
youth of today.
I MR. WALTER BLANC:-IARD, university of Alabama,
B.S., Physical Education. MR. THOMAS TARLETON,
Livingston State College, B.S., University of Alabama,
A.A., M.A., Physical Education, Coach, Sponsor of
BOYS LEARN TO PLAY volleyball with skill and coordination.
'Q TOUCH, TWO, THREE, FOUR . . , boys in physical education exercise regu
larly to build up their muscles as a basic part of their program.
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reward for winning in vol-
leyball the losing team must
line up against the wall and
allow the winning team to
use them for target practice.
MRS. MARGARET HUGH-
EN, Florida State Univer-
MIXED CHORUS OFFICERS, Joel Latham, President, Sheila Terrill, Secretary, Nancy Sify,QklGl-,Omg Bcpfjsf Uni-
versity, Birmingham South-
ern, B.M., Chorus Music.
Quinn, Rusty Dockery, Librarians: Bill Barringer, Vice-President, inspect their beautiful robes.
Chorus Music Group Keeps a Busy Schedule
Under the able guidance of Mrs. Margaret Hughen, Ot the 150 chorus music students, there are four
the T.H.S. Choral groups are achieving their customary groups: Mixed Chorus, the ultimate goal of all chor-
excellence. isters, Girls' Chorus, a group of promising female sing-
Mrs. Hughen, who came to us this year from Talla- ers, Boys' Chorus, and Chorus Music I, training groups
hassee, Florida, plans several concerts and appear- which will not appear very often. Students, school,
ances during the '63-'64 school year. Among these and community are entertained by these groups.
are spring and Christmas concerts and a performance
before the P. T. S. A.
Row 'l: Margo Buford, Edna Vines, Donna Dockery, Cheryl Hunter, Jan Disney, Dwayne Beams, Joe Wood, Gene Scott, Andy Burger,
Andy Jackson, Dale Christian, Jean Nisbet, Martha Bennett, Rebecca Glenn, Martha Essary. Row 2: Sheila Terrill, Carolyn Reim, Carol
Hughes, Kay Koeppel, Connie Strickland, Shirley Hayes, James Jones, Tippy Armstrong, Mike English, Mike Bingham, Bruce Jones, Kathy
Sherer, Rosemary Rankin, Nancy Quinn, Patricia Marlowe, Carole Deal. Row 3: Gwen Sikes, Diane Neely, Ethel Fisher, Sharon Wood,
Joel Latham, Wayne Baughman, Ronald Spence, Bill Bowman, Richard Thomason, Bill Barringer, Richard Rosenfeld, Karen Allen, Kyra
Lee Jones, Nancy Yarbrough, Faye Emerson. Row 4: Nancy Hahn, Martha Mayfield, Pat White, Carol Harrison, Don Johnson, Rusty
Dockery, Stan Hammock, Bill Andress, Ed Warren, Dan McClusky, Jeff Tidmore, Don Palmer, Martha Standridge, Ann Rhodes, Glenda
GIRLS' CHORUS, Row 'l: Margaret Krupp, Sandra Burell, Janice Hardy, Gale Sharp, Kaye Baird, Pat Parsons, Netta Holley, Mary
Williams, Jackie Nuckols, Martha Meggs, Regina Kinsaul, Martha Williams. Row 2: Deloris Madison, Natalie Mattson, Gwen Oswalt, Joy
McCracken, Brenda McMillian, Laurene Lewis, Sharon Reynolds, Wanda McDaniel, Gloria Henpstead, Martha Weeks, Bette Bates, Louise
Shepherd, Ann Patton. Row 3: Delores Hamm, Lynn Falgout, Betty Vines, Virginia Tilley, Betty Lee, Sharon Compton, Laura Sue String-
fellow, Barbara Sewell, RoseMary Houck, Sarah Ann Cork, Judy Davidson Marchant, Judy Carol Reynolds, Evelyn Raiford, Patsy Smith.
CHORUS, Row 'l: Janice Culver, Sue Cannon, Beverly Evinrude, Dorothy Keller, Kay Adkison, Diane Gilmore, Betty Smith, Shirley
Zanthos, Ginny Parker, Jean Givens. Row 2: Lucy Brittain, Claudia Smith, Brenda Howard, Mary Nolen, Joyce Wheeler, Phyllis Reese,
Linda Reid, Mary Johnson, Gail Roberts, Nancy O'Brien, Becky Davis, Sally Hinton. Row 3: Sally Roddy, Janice Hammonds, Patricia
Newton, Tommie Sue White, Mary Ellen Dow, Mary Evelyn Terrell, Jennifer Williams, Betty Wyatt, Gloria Collins, Judy Lewis, Linda
Howard, Martha Morgan. Row 4: Wayne LaFoy, Warren Cole, Charles Pointer, Steve Cox, Carlos Tisdale, David Williams, Jimmy Mc-
Laughlin, Bill Wingard, Louie Brooks, Jerry Lake, Ky Kilgore.
Row 'l: Woody Latham, Jim Ryerson, Carolyn Clark, Judy Nisbet,
Row 2: Shirley Bennett, Martha Rice, Nan Taylor, Christi Popp, Anita
Susan Nealeans, Pat Westbrook, David Walker, Jackie Norris. Row
Annette Cabiness, Evelyn Harbin, Don Hankins, Carol Suther, Linda
Cutting, Robert Head, David Brown, Joe Williams, Jimmy Cox, Row
Wagner, Barbara Espey, Tony Smalley, Jerry Snipes, Hal Williams, Bill
The Black Bear bandsewelcomes the returlifof old,
friend, its new band director, Mr. Frank McArthur. Underi, J'
"Mr, Mads" leadership the band has experienced a sure
cessful football and concert season, it B y .
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MR. FRANK McARTHUR,
University ot Alabama,
B.S., MA., Band.
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Judy Bailey, Brenda Burnette, Sondra Tucker, Linda Tidmore.
Stabler, Ellen Boozer, Billy Jo Seale, Susan Rice, Margaret Jones,
3: Gayle Ashby, Sally Langston, Catherine Wurm, Ernestine Dunn,
Carpenter, Sissy Plott, David Massengale, Steve Patrick, James
4: Jackie Sims, Foss Smith, Poodgie Pool, Howard Bassett, Lloyd
Bowman, John Cruse, Jimmy Adams, Vence Rollins.
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if Additionajtikactivitiei'Qinclude participatiomin the Blue-
Gray game, the Inau Ural Parade, 'and the State Band
Contestfw Also avrreford thirty-one 'bandsmen have won
placeshin the All-State Bands. ' "
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Kyzer work with Mr. McArthur in supervjsing band activities.,'
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Row l: Gene Scott, Jane Davis, Betty Hall, Pat McGlamery, Mary Helen Roberts, Janet Arey, David Penz, Ann Lee. Row 2: Andy
Barnes, Buddy Kuhns, Lonnie Cox, Greg Hughey, Rene Chabannes, Carolyn Tisdale, Marion Pearson, Peter Dutton, Joe Lary, Silvia Liver-
man, Tommy Wear, Ann Seebeck. Raw 3: Ronnie Epperson, Don Palmer, Al Caddis, Donald Kyzer, Paul Spell, Cary Williams, Bob
Gribbin, Bobby Wilson, James Stakem, Mike McDuffie, Dolores Pritchett, Judy Williams, Jay Fletcher, Roberta Ford, John Hewitt, Billy
Davis. Row 4: Bob Richardson, Alton Renz, Danny Smith, Kendall Clark, Don Mills, Gerald Ramsey, Jimmy Deese, Danny Buford, Billy
Avery, Bobby Walker, Sue Parder, Becky Springfield, Larry Cobb, Rubye Taylor, Barry Still, Jerry Flummer, Mickey Gewin, Ronald Kyzer.
OUR ABLE DRUM MAJOR, Vence Rollins, leads and directs SUSAN WOODLEY, 1962-1963 Band Sweetheart, accom-
the band on the field and in parades for the second year. ponies the band out-of-town and represents it in school functions.
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their places in the halt-time formation.
BARITONE SAXOPHONIST Bobby Wilson, uses the collar of
Billy Davis's coat to prop up his music so that he can read it.
SLACKS, PEDAL PUSHERS,
hair rollers, and scarts . . .
anything goes! Musicians
strain to see their music as
they practice for the half-
time activities of the Blue-
Gray Game in Montgomery
on December 29.
ELEVEN OF OUR maiorettes brave the cold with the rest of the band to practice twirling techniques and perfect their routines.
Mary Helen Roberts
Traveling Uni orms
Performing their routines at T. H. S. football games,
our maiorettes add spirit and vitality. Through long
practice and hard work, the maiorettes prepare new rou-
tines for the halftime shows. Our maiorettes, showing
common sense, wore warm uniforms in the governor's
INAUGURAL DAY parade and saved themselves from
the fate of other maiorettes in the state who fell out
because of the cold. This year there are two alternate
maiorettes in addition to the twelve regular maiorettes.
NINA BETH PARKER and MARILYN NORTHCUTT,
alternate maioreties, pose on the big, bass drum'
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Wisdom is the principal thing, therefore get wisdom:
And with ull thy getting get understanding.
A Challenge To Seniors
Knowledge is the sole path toward progress.
For centuries knowledge has been sought and re-
vealed, applied and wasted, given and received.
Man is on earth to labor and to learn, it is logical,
therefore, that he find joy in these pursuits. There
have been great strides in the past, and yet this
work represents only a small beginning in the ad-
vancements of mankind. The Twentieth Century
offers the manifold opportunities for challenging
The High School Senior of today is faced with a
world of unlimited demands. This age, like no
other, is a renaissance. The youth of today must
study events and methods of the past and then
plan and improve for the future. He has only to
use his fullest talents and energies to contribute to
the progress of civilization.
Time is of the essence: the world is eager for the
new generation to act.
Seniors 1963.. .
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: President
Pettus Randall, Vice-President John
Caldwell, and Secretary Ann Newman
work enthusiastically on plans for the
JANE ADAMS: F.H.A.: Pep Squad, Spanish Club, Math
Club, Red Cross, Homeroom Sec., P.T.S.A., Science Fair,
Historical Society, Health Careers Club, Jr. Talent Show,
Beta Tri-Hi-Y, 2nd V.-P .... KAREN ALLEN: Mixed Cho-
rus: F.H.A., Math Club, F.T.A., B.W. Business Staff, Med-
ical Careers Club, Spanish Club, P.T.S.A., Red Cross,
Historical Society .... RICHARD ALLEN: Football,
Track, Fire Brigade, Science Fair, Homeroom Pres., V.-P.,
Historical Society, D.O. Club, Student Council, IOO-Mile
Club, Mum Comm.
WILLIAM ALREAD: Transfer to T.H.S.5 Basketball, Foot-
ball, Latin Club, Float Comm., Homeroom officer, Red Let-
ter Club, Science Fair, Fire Brigade, Projection Club . . ..
JOE ANDERS: French Club, Math Club, Science Club:
Homeroom officer, Student Council, Tennis Team ....
KENNETH APPERSON: Art Club.
JANET AREY: Band, All-State Medal Winner, Lyre
Club, Honor Society, Math Club, French Club, Treas,
French Honor Society, French Merit Certificate Winner,
B.W. Business Staff, Historical Society, V.-P., F.H.A.,
P.T.S.A.5 Homeroom Sec .... JOHN WAYNE ARM-
STRONG: Homeroom Pres., V.-P., Sec., Football, Track,
Ring Comm., Jr. Talent Show, French Club, Baseball
. . . . WILLIAM AVERETTE: Football, Science Fair, Vol-
leyball- Red Letter Club, Baseball, Student Council.
ROBERT BAGLEY: Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist, Fo-
rensic League, Treas., Math Club, French Club, French
Honor Society, French Drama Competition, lst prize,
Science Club, Honor Society .... SHIRLEY BAILES:
F.H.A., P.T.S.A., French Club, Band Sweetheart Contest
. . . . BRUCE BAILEY: P.T.S.A., Science Fair.
REBECCA BAILEY: Greasepainters, Pep Squad, Delta
Tri-Hi-Y, Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Red Cross, Spanish Club, Science
Fair, Beauty Walk, P.T,S.A., Volleyball Team, Student
Council, Historical Society, F.T.A., F.H.A .... SARA
BAILEY: P.T.S.A., F.H.A., Pep Squad, Jr. Talent Show,
Red Cross, Program Chairman, Science Fair, F.T.A., Health
Careers Club . . . WILLIAM QBILLYJ BALL: Homeroom
V.-P., Sec.-Treas., Drives Chairman, Math Club, BEAR
FACTS Staff, Latin Club, Ambassador Hi-Y, Jr, Talent
ANDREW BARGER: Mixed Chorus, officer, All-State,
Science Club, Homeroom officer, Float Comm., Science
Fair . . . DONALD BARKSDALE: Football, Baseball, Stu-
dent Council, Red Letter Club . . . JAMES BARRETT:
JOE BARTON: Football, Baseball, Track, Student
Council, Homeroom V.-P., Chaplain, Jr. Talent Show,
Fire Brigade, Science Fair, Art Club, Proiection Club
. . . MICHAEL BINGHAM: Mixed Chorus, officer, All-
State, Boys' Chorus, Track, Science Fair, IOO-Mile Club,
Homeroom officers, Fire Brigade, Float Comm., Driving
Rodeo, 2nd place . . . BILLIE BLAIR: Honor Society, ln-
duction Chairman, BEAR FACTS, Editorial Editor, Club
News Editor, lnterclub Council, Red Cross, Pres., V.-P.,
Reporter, Science Club, Math Club, Forensic League,
Greasepainters, Homeroom officer, Fire Prevention Theme,
GRACE BLANKENSHIP: Spanish Club, Red Cross,
Homeroom Program Co-chairman, BEAR FACTS Staff,
Pep Squad . . . BERNARD KBARNEYI BOEDER: Spanish
Club, BEAR FACTS Staff, Ambassador Hi-Y, Chaplain,
Treas., V.-P., Youth Legislature, P.T.S.A .... SARAH
BRENDA BOSCH: Health Careers Club, Greasepaint-
ers, Pep Squad . . . WILLIAM QBILLYJ BOSTICK: Fire
Brigade, Science Fair, P.T.S.A., Jr. Red Cross . . . WIL-
LIAM QBILLJ BOWMAN: Band, Pres., Asst. manager,
All-State Alternate, Fire Brigade, Mixed Chorus, Boys'
State, Science Fair, Jr. Talent Show.
THOMAS BRECHTEL: Transfer to T.H.S .... WILLIAM
BROCK: Science Club, Math Club, Latin Club, Football
. . . CLARENCE BROOK: Proiection Club, Medical Ca-
reers Club, Pep Squad.
ver College Boards
MACK BROWN: Football: Basketball: Science Fair:
Proiection Club: Homeroom Chaplain: Spanish Club: Fire
Brigade: Red Letter Club: Game Captain . . . PATRICIA
BRUCE: Honor Society: Spanish Club: F.H.A.: Pep Squad:
B.W. Business Staff: F.T.A.: Historical Society: P.T.S.A,
. . . PATRICIA BRYAN: Transfer to T.H,S.: Band Sweet-
heart Contest: Spanish Club: Girls' Chorus.
KATE BUCK: F.H.A.: Mum Comm.: D.E.C.A. Club,
Treos .... MARGO BUFORD: Pep Squad: Mixed Chorus:
F.H.A.: Homeroom Sec., Treas.: Band Sweetheart Contest:
Health Careers Club: Red Cross: United Fund . . . SAN-
DRA BURRELL: Beta Tri-Hi-Y: Pep Squad: Science Fair
Winner: Red Cross: F.H.A.: Girls' Chorus: Volleyball Team.
HAROLD BURKE: Track: Football: Proiection Club . . .
MELBA JEAN BURT: Red Cross: Girls' Chorus: F.T.A.:
P.T.S.A.: D.E.C.A. Club, Sec.: Mum Comm .... EUGENE
BUSH: Mum Comm.: Greasepainters: Fire Brigade: Stu-
dent Council: D.O. Club, Reporter, District Pres.: Mr.
D.O.: Mr. D.O. District Contest,
GARY BYRD: Football: Homeroom Pres., V.-P.: Student
Council: Game Captain: Basketball: Baseball: Red Letter
Club: Jr. Talent Show: Science Fair: Fire Brigade . . .
JOHN CALDWELL: Key Club, Pres.: Ambassador Hi-Y,
Pres., Chaplain: State Hi-Y Conference, Pres.: Senior Class
V.-P.: Boys' State: B.W. Favorite: Football: Game Cap-
tain: Baseball: Track: Red Letter Club: Honor Society:
Art Club: Homeroom Pres.: Y County Council: Youth
Legislature . . . RICHARD CALDWELL: Protection Club:
Science Fair: Historical Society.
JANICE CAMPBELL: F.H.A.: Band Sweetheart Contest:
Homeroom Sec., V,-P.: Beauty Walk: Tri-Hi-Y: Student
Council . , . CAMILLA CANTY: Cheerleader: Spanish
Club, Historian, V.-P.: Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Sec.: Y County
Council: Band Sweetheart Contest: Pep Squad: Student
Council: Beauty Walk: Ring Comm.: Jr. Talent Show:
Homeroom Sec., V.-P.: Girls' Chorus: Anchor Club: Float
Comm.: F.H.A.: P.T.S.A,: I963 BLACK WARRIOR Typist:
Invitations Comm.: Homecoming Team Sponsor: Home-
coming Comm .... JOANNE CARTER: Pep Squad: F.H.A.,
Sec.: P.T.S,A.: Spanish Club: Homeroom Chaplain: B.W.
Business Staff: Volleyball Team.
PETE CAVERT: French Club: Math Club: Basketball:
Football: Ambassador Hi-Y: Golf Team . . . CARY CHRIS-
TIAN: Anchor Club, Pres.: French Club, V.-P.: Latin Club:
Homeroom V.-P., Chaplain: Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Chaplain: Pep
Squad: Jr. Talent Show: Swimming Team: Girl Scout
Senior Roundup '62 . , . PATRICIA CHRISTY: Transfer
to T.H.S.: Homeroom Chaplain.
SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS AND HOME-
ROOM PRESIDENTS. Row 'lz Rusty Dock-
ery, Ted Williams, Gary Byrd, Larry Daniel.
Row 2: Grace Edgeworth, Sheila Terrill,
Amelia Kyle, Mr. Wallace, Miss Brown,
John Wayne Armstrong. Row 3: John Pick-
ens, Joe Lee Hutt, Don Hallmark, Ronnie
Ezell, and Mike Stephens.
BRENDA CHUNN: Math Club, F.H.A., French Club,
Pep Squad, Student Council, Homeroom Program Comm.,
Honor Society . . . KENDALL CLARKE: Band, All-State,
Freedom Forum, Spanish Club, Math Club . . , JAMES
COBBLE: Honor Society, Math Club, Fire Marshal,
BRANTLY COCHRANE: Student Council, Homeroom
Pres., Sec., F.H.A., Spanish Club, Latin Club, Beauty
Walk, Jr. Talent Show, Science Fair, Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Beta
Tri-Hi-Y, Youth Legislature, Honor Society . . . DORA
JANE COLLINS: Latin Club, Red Cross, Beta Tri-Hi-Y,
Honor Society, Moth Club, F.T.A., F.H.A., Pep Squad,
Homeroom Program Co-chairman, B.W. Business Staff,
Historical Society , . . JANE EVON COLLINS: P.T.S.A,,
Red Cross, F.N.A., F.H.A., Pep Squad, Homeroom
EARL COMPTON: Basketball, Red Letter Club . .
SHARON COMPTON: Pep Squad, P.T.S.A., F.H,A ....
DIANA COOK: Math Club, Pep Squad, Spanish Club,
Homeroom Chaplain, Red Cross, Reporter, Program Chair-
man, Jr. Talent Show, Volleyball Team, Co-captain,
Health Careers Club, F.T.A., P.T.S,A., F.H.A., Pres.,
District, State Conventions, Honor Society.
MACKEY COOK: Regular Schedule . . . YVONNE
COOK: Transfer to T.H.S., Homeroom Sec.-Treas., F.H.A.,
F.T.A., D.O. Club, Pep Squad . . . JACKIE COOPER:
Baseball, All-County, Basketball, Red Letter Club, D.E.C.A.
Club, IOO-Mile Club.
or Exchange Students
JOHN CRUSE: Math Club, Science Club, Parliamen-
torian, Latin Club, Lyre Club, Forensic League, Red
Cross, Band, All-State Medal Winner, Science Fair, Home-
room Chaplain, V.-P., Student Council, P.T.S.A ....
CAROL CURRY: Honor Society, Math Club, V.-P., Science
Club, Sec.-Treas., Science Fair, Anchor Club, Ring Comm.,
Forensic League, Reporter, Greasepainters, Homeroom
Chaplain, Volleyball Team, Custodian of the Flag, Latin
Club, American Legion Oratorical Contest, 2nd place
. , , CHRIS CURTIS: Spanish Club, BEAR FACTS Editor-
in-Chief, Photographer, Homeroom V.-P., Proiection Club,
Jr. Talent Show.
DONNA DAFFRON: Latin Club, Homeroom V.-P.,
B,W. Business Staff, P.T.S.A,, Pep Squad, F.H.A., Science
Fair, Art Club, Red Cross, Homeroom Chaplain . . .
PATRICIA DAMERON: Bond, F.H.A., F.T.A., Beta Tri-Hi-
Y, Pep Squad, Historical Society, Student Council, BEAR
FACTS Business Manager . . . LARRY DANIEL: Football,
Homeroom Pres., V.-P., D.O. Club, V.-P., Fire Brigade,
Mum Comm., Science Fair, Mr. D,O. Contest Chairman,
MARY DANIEL: D.O. Club, Historical Society, F.H,A.,
Pep Squad . . . .IUDITH DAVIDSON: Red Cross, Pep
Squad, Girls' Chorus . . . ANNA DAVIS: Beta Tri-Hi-Y,
Queen of Hearts, Band Sweetheart Contests, Student
Council, Homecoming Comm., Historical Society, Home-
room Sec., Treas.
JOHN DAVIS: Regular Schedule . . . KENNETH
DAVIS: Football, Basketball, Baseball . . . WILLIAM
CBILLYJ DAVIS: Band, V.-P., All-State, Homeroom Pres.,
V.-P., Dixie Dreamers, French Club, Ambassador Hi-Y.
INEZ DEAN: Regular Schedule . . , THOMAS DEAN:
Football, Track, Science Fair, P.T.S.A,, Homeroom V.-P.
. . . ANNIE LOU CMICKEYJ DEESE: Homeroom Sec.,
V.-P., Program Chairman, Spanish Club, Red Cross.
JANE DOBBINS: F.H.A., P.T.S.A., Red Cross . . .
EDWARD KRUSTYD DOCKERY: Homeroom Pres., V.-P.,
Treas., Student Council, P.T.S.A., Science Fair, Mixed
Chorus, Librarian, All-State, Math Club, Black Warrior
Hi-Y, Proiection Club . , . EUGENE DOCKERY: Transfer
to T.H.S., Football, D.O. Club, Track, Mum Comm.,
A Float Worthy of Praise
WILLIAM CBILLJ DODGE: Transfer to T.H.S. with Red
Cross: Photo Club, Pres .... DAVID DRISCOLL: Pro-
jection Club: Science Fair: Science Club: Black Warrior
Hi-Y, Chaplain: P.T,S,A.: Mechanical Drawing Club, Co-
Pres .... ALICE ANN DUNCAN: Head Cheerleader:
Pep Squad: Student Council: Latin Club: Beta Tri-Hi-Y,
Historian: Homeroom Sec., Treas.: B.W. Favorite: Jr.
Talent Show: Beauty Walk: "Miss Sophomore": Mixed
Chorus: Y County Council: United Fund: Senior Home-
PETER DUTTON: Band, All-State: Latin Club: P.T.S.A.:
U.A. Orchestra: Pep Squad: Science Fair . , . KAYE
EARNHARDT: Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Asst. Sec.-Treas,, Sergeant-
at-arms: Pep Squad: Art Club: Student Council: Spanish
Club: F.H.A.: Jr. Talent Show . . , EMMA GRACE EDGE-
WORTH: F.H.A.: D.E. Club, Pres.: Homeroom Pres.:
SARAH GAYE EDWARDS: Beta Tri-l'll-Y: Bond: Jr.
Talent Show: Latin Club: F.l"l.A.: Honor Society: Pep
Squad: Math Club: Student Council , . . CAROLYN
ELAM: F.H.A,: Volleyball Team: P.T.S.A .... BILLY
JOE ELAM: Regular Schedule.
GLENDA ELLIOTT: Pep Squad: P,T.S,A.: F,H.A.: Sci-
ence Fair: Volleyball Team: Red Cross . . . MARY EL-
LIOTT: Latin Club, V.-P.: Forensic League, V.-P,, State
Convention: Homeroom Sec.: Anchor Club, Parliamen-
tarian: County Fire Prevention Essay Winner, Grand
Prize: Beta Tri-Hi-Y: Band Sweetheart Contest: Beauty
Walk: Honor Society . . . JAMES ELMORE: Football:
Track: D.E.C.A. Club: Mum Comm.: Student Council.
MARTHA ESSARY: Mixed Chorus: Girls' Chorus Ac-
companist: P.T.S.A.: F,l'l.A., District, State Conventions:
Homeroom Treas.: Pep Squad: Jr. Talent Show . . .
CAROLE ESTES: Girls' Chorus: Jr. Talent Show: Pep
Squad: Volleyball Team: F.H.A,: P.T,S,A.: Red Cross
. . . MARY RUTH ETHERIDGE: Girls' Chorus: F.l-l.A.: Pep
Squad: V.l.E, Club: Volleyball Team.
RONALD EZELL: Key Club: Football: Baseball: Bas-
ketball: Boys' State: Junior Class Pres.: Homeroom Pres.:
Hi-Y: Student Council: Spanish Club: P.T.S.A.: B.W. Fa-
vorite . . . JOHN FABER: Regular Schedule , . . ANNE
FAIRCLOTH: Homeroom Sec., V.-P.: Latin Club: Beauty
Walk: Band Sweetheart Contest: Pep Squad, V.-P.: Beta
Tri-Hi-Y: Anchor Club: F.H.A., V.-P.
Halleluiah! Our class finally, after much hard work and many tears, finished a great Homecoming float. The Senior Class float carried
out the theme of "BUG" fBears Upset Generalsl. Unfortunately the iudges were delayed in traffic and were unable to determine the
float winners. Our float-we're sure!-would have won first place!!
JUDITH FARLEY: Art Club, F.T,A., Pep Squad, Jr.
Talent Show, B.W, Business Staff, P.T,S,A., Grease-
painters . . . MARY BAMA FARR: Transfer to T.H.S.,
Spanish Club, Pep Squad, Jr. Talent Show, Homeroom
Chaplain, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, F.H.A., Greasepainters, Talent
Show, P,T.S.A., F,T.A., Health Careers Club . . . JEAN
FIELDER: Band Sweetheart Contest, Mixed Chorus, D.O.
Club, Greasepainters, P.T.S,A., Pep Squad, D.O. Beauty
JAMES FINCHER: Band, Science Fair, P.T.S.A ....
MARY FISHER: F.H.A., Historical Society, Pep Squad
. . . Del.ANE FITTS: Homeroom Sec., Program Chair-
man, Student Council, Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Treas., Red Cross,
F.H,A., Float Comm., F.T.A., Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus,
Health Careers Club, Spanish Club, Ring Comm., Jr.
Talent Show, Band Sweetheart Contest, Pep Squad,
Science Club, Science Fair.
CURTIS FLEMING: Homeroom V.-P., Student Council,
Proiection Club, Ambassador Hi-Y, Fire Brigade . . .
KATHERINE FLEMING: Student Council, Red Cross,
Historical Society, Homeroom Chaplain, F.H.A., Pep
Squad, French Club . . . DORIS QDIDIJ FLETCHER: Math
Club, Spanish Club, Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Youth Legislature,
Red Cross, Art Club, V.-P., Homecoming Decorations
Comm., Prom Decorations Comm., Pep Squad, Jr. Talent
Show, Historical Society, Y County Council, Volleyball
Team, Transfer to T.H.S. with Art Club, Spanish Club,
Science Club, Science Fair, lst place Regional, Honorable
Mention in S.E., U.S.A., Tri-Hi-Y, V.-P., RAM PAGES
IMELDA FORD: Spanish Club: F.l'l.A .... PETE FOS-
TER: Homeroom V.-P.: French Club: Science Fair: Fire
Brigade: Black Warrior Hi-Y, V.-P.: A.H.S.P,A. State
Parliamentarian, District Governor, State Convention:
I963 BLACK WARRIOR Sports Editor: P.T.S.A.: Jr. Talent
Show: Football: Red Letter Club: Swimming Team, State
Champion, Record Holder: Youth Legislature . . . SHAR-
ON FOSTER: F.H.A.: Homeroom Chaplain: Latin Club:
French Club: Math Club: Science Club: Honor Society.
JESSICA FRAZIER: Jr. Talent Show: F.H.A,: Band
. . . SARA CATHERINE GARNER: D.O. Club: Pep Squad
. . . DAVID GAUT: D.O, Club: Track: Student Council:
Science Fair: Fire Brigade: IOO-Mile Club: Pep Squad.
MICKEY GEWIN: Spanish Club: Math Club: Student
Council: Band, Asst. Manager: Science Club: Honor So-
ciety: Dixie Dreamers . , , BARBARA GIBSON: Spanish
Club: V.I.E. Club: Pep Squad: Science Fair . . . SUSAN
GILES: Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Pres., Historian, Parliamentarian:
Red Cross: Homeroom Sec., Chaplain: Jr. Talent Show:
State Hi-Y Council, Sec.: Youth Legislature: French Club:
Pep Squad: Greasepainters, "The Night of January
Sixteenth": F.H.A.: District Hi-Y Conference: National Hi-
Y Congress: Y County Council: Historical Society: Y
POLITICS IS A vital part
of American government,
and teens of the newly-
formed Young Democrats
Club recognize its impor-
tance. Here, Ken Kellum
and William Allen shake
hands with Judge May-
hall, state Democratic
chairman, and Judge
Mayfield, while George
Harris, John Pancake,
and Ann Seebeck watch.
Enjoyed by Youth
JAMES GILLILAND: Spanish Club . . . JERRY GLAZE:
Football: D.O. Club: Homeroom V.-P.: Fire Brigade . .
SUE GLENDENNING: F.H.A.
REBECCA GLENN: F.H.A.: French Club: Pep Squad:
Mixed Chorus: Historical Society: Student Council: Home-
room Pres.: Beauty Walk: Honor Society: Jr. Talent Show:
Ring Comm.: Delta Tri-Hi-Y . . . ROBERT GRANT: Reg-
ular Schedule . . . MARY ELIZABETH GRAVLEE: All-State
Orchestra: Greasepainters: Spanish Club: F.H.A.
JAMES GRESHAM: French Club . . . JANET GRIFFIN:
F.H.A.: F.T.A.: B.W. Business Staff: Pep Squad: Medical
Careers Club: Transfer to T.H.S. with Beauty Walk:
Citizenship Club: Tri-Hi-Y: 4-H Club . . . MERLE GRIFFIN:
Red Cross: Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Sec.: F.T.A.: French Club: Pep
Squad: Jr. Talent Shaw: P.T.S.A.: Homeroom Sec.: Science
Club: F.H.A.: Play, "Unto Thy Doors".
SUE ELLEN GRIFFIN: Homeroom V.-P.: Spanish Club:
Greasepainters: Latin Club: Band Sweetheart Contest:
Pep Squad . . . NANCY JEAN GUMPRECHT: French
Club: F.H.A.: Historical Society . . . HAROLD GUY:
D.E.C.A. Club, V.-P.: Proiection Club.
PATRICIA GWIN: F.H.A.: Girls' Chorus: P.T.S.A ....
DINAH HALL: F.H.A.: Pep Squad: Red Cross: Girls'
Chorus: Mum Comm.: D.E. Club . . . PEGGY HALL: Latin
Club: Spanish Club: Band Sweetheart Contest: Beauty
Walk: Pep Squad: B.W. Business Staff: Girls' Chorus:
Red Cross: Float Comm.: P.T.S.A.
DONALD CDONJ HALLMARK: Football: Science Club:
Proiection Club: P.T.S.A.: Homeroom Pres., V.-P.: Fire
Captain: Science Fair: Red Letter Club: Track . . .DON-
ALD CDONJ HANNAH: Football: Track: Pep Squad:
Student Council: Proiection Club: Homeroom Pres.: Fire
Brigade: Jr. Talent Show: Red Cross: Float Comm ....
SHERRELL HANNAH: Pep Squad: F.H.A.: Jr. Talent
Seniors Excel in
PHILLIP HARGLE: Art Club, Pep Squad, Mum Comm.,
Historical Society, Treas., D.E.C.A. Club . . . ROY HAR-
RIS: French Club, P.T.S.A., lnterclub Council, Latin Club,
Pres,, Float Chairman, Triumphal March, Art Club, Key
Club, Student Recognition Night, Science Fair, Regional
3rd place, Student Council, Greasepainters, "Cassandra",
Pep Squad, Math Club, Homeroom Chaplain, Program
Chairman, Honor Society, BEAR FACTS Reporter . . .
DIANE HARRIS: Homeroom Pres,, Sec., Latin Club,
Spanish Club, Pep Squad, Math Club, Student Council,
Beauty Walk, Jr. Talent Show, Red Cross, Beta Tri-Hi-Y,
V.-P., Sec., East-West Beauty Queen Representative, Lyre
Club, B.W. Business Staff, Majorette, Honor Society.
ESTES HAYES: Student Council, Homeroom Sec.-
Treas., Beauty Walk, Band Sweetheart Contest, B.W.
Business Staff, Spanish Club, Sec., Pep Squad, Cheer-
leader, Honor Society, Anchor Club, Junior Beauty,
East-West Baseball Queen '61, Jr. Talent Show, West
Alabama Fair Queen '62-'63, F.N.A., Health Careers
Club, Girls' Chorus, Ring Comm., Float Comm., Math
Club, Homecoming Maid , , . JOSEPH CJODYJ HAYES:
Homeroom Sec., Historical Society, Fire Brigade . . .
MICHAEL HAYES: Football, Track, Art Club, Spanish
Club, Fire Brigade, Hi-Y.
PRESTON HAYES: Band . . . LAWRENCE QPATJ HAYES:
Football, Mixed Chorus, Homeroom Pres., V.-P., Student
Council, Moth Club, Science Club, Science Fair, Float
Comm,, Senior Banquet Comm., Mechanical Drawing
Club, Black Warrior Hi-Y . . . REX HEACOCK: Transfer
To T.H.S., Student Council, Football, Basketball, Track,
Jr. Conservation Club of Ky., Pres., Freshman Class V.-P.,
ROBERT HEAD: Regular Schedule . . . GLORIA HEMP-
STEAD: B. W. Business Staff, Medical Careers Club,
Girls' Chorus, Pep Squad, F.H.A .... HENRY CHANKJ
HERROD: Student Council, Pres., State Student Council
Parliamentarian, Key Club, Board Member, Black Warrior
Hi-Y, French Club, Boys' State, B.W. Favorite, Football,
All-County, Basketball, Track, Red Letter Club, Freshman
Class Pres, Sophomore Class Pres., Homecoming Game
Captain, Honor Society, B'ham Post-Herald "Lineman of
PATRICIA KPATTIJ HICKS: Maiorette, 1963 BLACK
WARRIOR, Editor-in-Chief, Moth Club, Science Club, Pep
Squad, Latin Club, Beauty Walk, Red Cross, Beta Tri-
Hi-Y, Pres., V.-P., Y County Council, Youth Legislature,
Lyre Club, Jr, Talent Show, Student Council, Anchor
Club, Float Comm., Science Fair, P.T,S.A., F.H.A., His-
torical Society, V.-P., B. W. Favorite, Y lnterclub Coun-
cil, Honor Society, A.H.S.P,A. Convention . . . WANDA
HILL: F.H.A., Science Fair, Pep Squad, Historical Society,
Health Careers Club, Greasepainters, Volleyball Team
, . . CLAUDE KSONNYD HINTON: French Club, State
Convention, Lyre Club, Band, Historical Society, 2nd
V.-P., Science Club, P.T.S.A., Science Fair.
SARAH HINTON: Red Cross, F.H.A., Homeroom Sec.,
F.N.A., P,T.S,A., Spanish Club, Historical Society, Science
Fair, Jr. Talent Show, Pep Squad, Float Comm., United
Fund . . . JOHN HISEY: Football, Jr. Talent Show, Stu-
dent Council, Latin Club . . . GAIL HITSON: F.H.A.,
Pep Squad, Medical Careers Club, French Club, French
Honor Society, P.T,S.A.
United Fund Drive
JON HIX: Regular Schedule . . . ALAN HOFSTETTER:
Transfer to T.H.S., Science Fair, French Club, Proiection
Club, Ambassador Hi-Y, Fire Brigade, Mechanical Draw-
ing Club, Co-pres., Float Comm .... MICHAEL HOGGLE:
Latin Club, Honor Society.
THOMAS HOGGLE: Mixed Chorus, Boys' Chorus, D.O.
Club, P.T.S.A,, Fire Captain, Homeroom Chaplain, Grease-
painters Talent Show, Pep Squad, Science Fair, Mum
Comm .... JAN HOLDER: Science Fair, Protection Club,
Fire Brigade, Student Council, Homeroom Chaplain . . .
JAMES HOLLINGSWORTH: Hi-Y: D.O. Club.
LARRY HOLLIS: Science Fair, Fire Brigade, Student
Council, P.T.S.A., Drivers' Rodeo . . . DOUGLAS HOLLY-
HAND: Basketball, Red Letter Club, Science Fair . . .
ELIZABETH CBETSYJ HOOLE: 1963 BLACK WARRIOR,
Senior Editor, Historical Society, Pres., Chaplain, Home-
room Sec.-Treas., Chaplain, Latin Club, Historian, State
Convention, F.H.A., Science Fair, Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Reporter,
French Club, Historian, State Convention, Band Sweet-
heart Contest, Honor Society, Jr. Talent Show, Invita-
tions Comm., Interclub Council, Senior Banquet Comm.,
Chairman, A.H.S.P.A. Convention.
THESE BEAMING FACES reflect the
pride of Republicans in the near-suc-
cess of their Senatorial candidate in
the November elections. The Young
Republicans Club is one of the newest
Clubs at T.H.S. The organization strives
to promote a strong two-party system
in our traditionally one-party state.
Shown from left to right are Carol
Curry, Larry Beatus, Richard Massi,
Nancy Yarbrough, Barry Still, Martha
Standridge, Walter Larson, John Cruse,
Kent White, and Janet Welton.
Crisis: Casey vs.
JUDITH HORTON: P.T.S.A.: F.l'l.A.: D.O. Club: Pep
Squad: Historical Society: Student Council: Mum Comm.
. . . CYRUS HOWELL: Homeroom Pres.: Basketball: Pro-
iection Club: Science Fair: Fire Brigade: Red Cross: Am-
bassador Hi-Y: Float Comm .... JERRY HUMPHRIES:
Band: Science Club: Math Club: Spanish Club: Science
Fair: Jr. Talent Show: Ambassador Hi-Y.
JOE LEE HUTT: Homeroom Pres.: Football: Baseball
Manager: Student Council: Red Letter Club: Proiection
Club: Jr. Talent Show: Fire Brigade: Science Fair . . .
REBECCA INGRAM: Art Club: Pep Squad: F.H.A.: Home-
room Pres.: Float Comm.: Student Council: French Honor
Society, Sec.: French Merit Certificate Winner: Beta Tri-
Hi-Y: Beauty Walk: Band Sweetheart Contest: French
Club, Executive Board: Jr. Talent Show: Homecoming
Comm.: Harvest Queen Contest, 2nd Runner-Up: Honor
Society . . . LINDA RUTH JOHNSON: Transfer to T.H.S.
with Citizenship Club: F.H.A.: Pep Squad: 4-H Club:
Art Club: Library Club.
MARILYN JOHNSON: Red Cross: F.H.A.: Homeroom
V.-P.: Beauty Walk: Jr. Talent Show: Pep Squad: His-
torical Society: P.T.S.A .... SARAH CSALLYJ JOHNSON:
Student Council: Beauty Walk: Bank Sweetheart Con-
test: Greasepainters, Sec.: Delta Tri-Hi-Y: Latin Club:
Spanish Club: Homeroom Pres., Sec., V.-P.: Jr. Talent
Show: Anchor Club: Red Cross . . . CHERYL CCAROLEJ
JONES: Girls' Chorus: Mixed Chorus: Pep Squad: Math
Club: French Club, State Convention: B,W. Business
Staff: French Honor Society: P.T.S.A.: Jr. Talent Show:
Red Cross, Volleyball Team: Drives Comm.
JAMES JONES: Baseball: Ambassador Hi-Y: Float
Comm.: Mixed Chorus: Pep Squad: Projection Club:
P.T.S.A.: Band: Homeroom Pres., Chaplain: Fire Brigade
. . . KYRA LEE JONES: Historical Society: Beta Tri-Hi'Y,
Chaplain: Mixed Chorus: Spanish Club: Homeroom Sec.:
Girls' Chorus: Delta Ti-Hi-Y: Greasepainters: Jr. Talent
Show: Transfer to T,H,S. with Mixed Chorus: Pep Squad:
Drama Club: Spanish Club, Historian . . . NANCY JONES:
CAREY JORDAN: Football: Track: Science Fair, Local
and state: Ambassador Hi-Y: Fire Brigade: Historical So-
ciety: Band . . . WILLIAM CBILLYJ JORDAN: Black War-
rior Hi-Y: Swimming Team, State Champion Team: Fire
Brigade: Science Fair: P.T.S.A .... FLOYD JUDD: Trans-
fer to T.H.S. with Vocal Club, Stage Manager: Ensemble:
Choir, Stage Manager.
JEAN JUDD: Transfer ta T.H.S. with Choir, V.-P., Ticket
Chairman: F.H.A.: Red Cross: Vocal Club, V.-P.: Ensemble
. . . LAMAR JUNKINS: Football: Track: Proiection Club:
Historical Society: Homeroom V.-P.: Swimming Team: Fire
Brigade: Science Fair: P.T.S.A.: Black Warrior Hi-Y:
Mechanical Drawing Club, V.-P .... HUGH KELLER: Jr.
Talent Show: Spanish Club: Ambassador Hi-Y, Sec.: Y
County Council: Homeroom V.-P.
Kildare vs . Ho mewo rk
JERRY KELLEY: Ambassador Hi-Y, Science Fair, local
and state, Fire Brigade, P.T.S.A., Student Council . . .
KENNETH KELLUM: Band, Forensic League, Historical So-
ciety, Chaplain, Alabama State Judo Championship,
2nd place . . . LINDA KENT: Red Cross, Beta Tri-Hi-Y,
Jr. Talent Show, Homeroom V.-P., Sec., Health Careers
Club, French Honor Society, Treas., French Club, State
Convention, Girls' Choir, French Merit Certificate Winner.
JACK KIDD: Spanish Club, P.T.S.A., Fire Brigade . . .
BRADY KNIGHT: Track, Football, Projection Club, Scho-
lastic Art Award, Fire Brigade . . . MABLE KNOBLOCH:
Red Cross, Volleyball Team, F.H.A., Science Fair.
JAMES KOSTER: Regular Schedule . . . JERRY KUY-
KENDALL: Mixed Chorus, Spanish Club, D. O. Club,
Student Council, Band, Science Fair, Jr. Talent Shaw,
Football, Swimming, Homeroom Pres., V.-P .... AMELIA
KYLE: l963 BLACK WARRIOR, Copy Editor, Honor SO-
ciety, Sec.-Treas., F.H.A., F.T.A., Homeroom Pres., V.-P.,
Latin Club, State Convention, French Club, State Con-
vention, French Honor Society, Pep Squad, Historical So-
ciety, Jr. Talent Show, Ring Comm., Youth Legislature,
P.T.S.A., Math Club, B.W. Business Staff, Beta Tri-Hi-Y,
United Fund, French Merit Certificate Winner, N.S.P.A.
Convention, A.H.S.P.A. Convention.
DONALD KYZER: Math Club, Science Club, Spanish
Club, Ambassador Hi-Y, Science Fair, Dixie Dreamers,
Band, Asst. Manager, Lyre Club, Pilot Club Safe Driving
Award . . . RONALD KYZER: Band, Manager, Lyre Club,
Dixie Dreamers, Science Club, Math Club, Boys' State,
Pilot Club Safe Driving Award, Science Fair, Spanish
Club, Treas., Ambassador Hi-Y, Mechanical Drawing Club,
Co-pres., Honor Society . . . ROY LAGRONE: Latin Club,
Science Club, D.O. Club, Science Fair, Historical Society.
BETTY LAKE: Pep Squad, Red Cross, Latin Club, His-
torical Society, D.E.C.A. Club, Social Chairman, Mum
Comm . . . DANIEL LANGFORD: Student Council, Treas,,
Boys' State, Director of Dept. of Public Safety, Ambassa-
dor Hi-Y, V.-P., Homeroom Pres., V.-P., Math Club, Span-
ish Club, Band, All-State, P.T.S.A., Student Council, Hon-
or Society . . . LINDA LANGFORD: F.H.A., Homeroom
Chaplain, Red Cross, Pep Squad, Girls' Choir, P.T.S.A.,
D.E.C.A. Club, Mum Comm.
SARA QSALLYD LANGSTON: Band, Lyre Club, French
Club, Homeroom V.-P., Math Club, Red Cross, F.H.A.,
Science Club . . . PHYLLIS LAWRENCE: Transfer to
T.H.S., F.H.A., Latin Club . . . LINDA LEDBETTER: Trclns-
fer to T.H.S., F.H.A., Historian, Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y,
ANN LEE: Honor Society, Merit Scholarship Semi-
Finalist, Girls' State, State Comptroller, Band, Asst. Li-
brarian, All-State Medal Winner, State Festival Winner,
Anchor Club, Latin Club, State Mythology Champion '61,
Math Club, Sec,-Treas., Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Pres., Jr. Talent
Show, Homeroom Sec., Children of the Confederacy,
State Pres., Pep Squad, Y County Council, Lyre Club,
I963 BLACK WARRIOR Associate Editor, A.H.S.P.A. Con-
vention . . . GAIL LEE: Latin Club, Pep Squad, Mixed
Chorus . . . ALICE LeMAISTRE: Latin Club, Honor So-
ciety, Beauty Walk, Anchor Club, Pep Squad, Band
Sweetheart Contest, Spanish Club, Delta Tri-Hi-Y, B.W.
Business Staff, F.H.A. Student Council.
ROBERT CBOBBYJ LEROY: D.E. Club, Mum Comm ...,
MARGARET LINDSEY: Transfer to T.H.S,, Math Club, Mer-
it Scholarship Semi-Finolist, Girls' Chorus . . . JAMES
MICHAEL LOCKHART: Transfer to T.H.S., Homeroom Sec.,
JAMES CSONNYD LOGAN: Football, Track, Red Letter
Club, Baseball, Homeroom officer, Fire Brigade, Science
Fair, Red Cross, Proiection Club, Historical Society, IOO-
Mile Club . . . WILLIAM CBILLYJ LOVELADY: Science
Club, Fire Brigade, Projection Club . . . ROBERT lBOBl
MANTEL: French Club, Math Club, Homeroom Pres., V.-P.,
Band, Ambassador Hi-Y, Science Fair, Science Club,
Fire Brigade, Student Council, French Honor Society,
Auburn Science Scholarship, P.T.S.A.
JAMES QJIMJ MARLOWE: Football, Basketball, Base-
ball, Spanish Club, Track, Red Letter Club, Class Favor-
ite, Jr. Talent Show, Art Club, Econ. Class Pres., Home-
room Pres., V.'P., Sec .... ALEXANDER CAL, MATHER:
Science Club, Latin Club, Spanish Club, Black Warrior
Hi-Y, Sgt.-at-Arms, Treas., Key Club, Sec.-Treas., State
and International Conventions, Science Fair, Student
Council, P.T.S.A .... CHARLES MATTSON: Transfer to
T.H.S., Latin Club, Chess Club, Science Club, Math Club.
MARTHA MAYFIELD: Red Cross, Girls' Chorus, Pep
Squad, Mixed Chorus, Spanish Club, Math Club, All-
State Chorus, Jr. Talent Show, F.H.A .... SAMUEL
KSAMMYJ MAZE: Ambassador Hi-Y, Pres, National Hi-Y
Congress, Homeroom Pres., Latin Club, Spanish Club,
Treas., Baseball, Boys' State, Legal Advisor to Gov.,
Math Club, Youth Legislature, P.T.S.A., Student Council,
D.E.C.A. Club, Jr. Talent Show, Mum Comm., Forensic
League, lnterclub Council, Float Comm., Y lnterclub
Council, Health Careers Club, Y County Council, Y State
Convention . . . SANDRA McADAMS: Red Cross, Volley-
ball Team, F.H.A., Homeroom Chaplain, Greasepainters,
Health Careers Club.
SARA McCARTER: F.H.A., Jr. Talent Show, D.E. Club,
Reporter, Mum Comm., P.T.S.A .... RAY McCRACKEN:
Football, Red Letter Club, P.T,S.A., Fire Brigade, Track,
IOO-Mile Club, Homeroom V.-P .... ROBERT McCRAW:
Transfer to T.H.S.
PAULETTE MCGAHEY: Homeroom Pres., Program Chair-
man: Student Council: P.T.S.A.: Girls' Chorus: Pep Squad:
French Club: Science Fair: B.W. Business Staff: Jr. Talent
Show: Ring Comm.: Prom Comm .... JAN McMINN:
Transfer to T.H.S. with Soph. Favorite: Key Club: Band:
French Club: Red Cross: Homeroom officer: BEAR FACTS
. . . THOMAS McMULLEN: F.D.A.: Mechanical Drawing
LANE MEADOWS: Band: P.T.S.A.: Science Fair: Fire
Brigade: Homeroom Chaplain . . . MICHAEL MEADOWS:
Math Club: Science Club: Homeroom V.-P,: Mum Comm.:
Science Fair: Fire Brigade: D.O. Club, Pres., West Cent.
Dist. V.-P., State Pres.: Mr. D.O. Contest . . . ANN
MEDDERS: Pep Squad: F.H.A.: Girls' Chorus: Red Cross:
B.W. Business Staff: Spanish Club: Homeroom Chaplain.
DAVID MILLER: Red Letter Club: Spanish Club: Math
Club: Science Club: Ambassador Hi-Y: Homeroom offi-
cer: Student Council: Proiection Club: Latin Club: Science
Fair Winner: Swimming Team, Captain: Honor Society
. . . BONNIE MITCHELL: F.H.A .... LOUIS KBUTCHJ
MITCHELL: Science Fair: Fire Brigade: Proiection Club.
ELLEN MITCHELL: Spanish Club: Pep Squad: Anchor
Club: P.T.S.A.: Jr. Talent Show: F.H.A .... PAMELA
MITCHELL: V963 BLACK WARRIOR Business Manager:
BEAR FACTS Feature Editor: Jr. Talent Show Program
Comm. Chairman: Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Reporter, Sgt.-at-Arms,
Yearbook Chairman: Homeroom V.-P., Sec.: Medical
Careers Club: Band Sweetheart Contest: Youth Legisla-
ture: Girl Scout Senior Roundup '62: F.H.A.: Latin Club:
Math Club: P.T.S.A.: Science Club: Historical Society,
Reporter, Co-historian: Red Cross: A.H.S.P.A. Conven-
tion: N.S.P.A. Convention . . . NORMAN MIZE: Jr. Tal-
ent Show: Greasepainters: Football: Track: Red Letter
Club: Hi-Y: Math Club: Proiection Club: Science Club:
Science Fair, 3rd place: Mum Comm.: D.O. Club: Ring
Comm.: Student Council: Historical Society: Mr. V.l.E.
Contest: Fire Brigade: Pep Squad: V.l.E. State and
District Conventions: P.T.S.A.: Homeroom Pres., V.-P.:
VERA MONTGOMERY: F.H.A.: French Club: Health
Careers Club: Pep Squad: B.W. Business Staff: Girls'
Chorus: Homeroom Chaplain: P.T.S.A.: Band Sweetheart
Contest: Beauty Walk . . . DIANE MOORE: F.H.A.: Band
Sweetheart Contest: Historical Society: Pep Squad . . .
RUFUS MOORE: Student Council: Homeroom Pres., V,-P.:
Fire Brigade: Ambassador Hi-Y: Red Cross: Science Fair,
local and state: Projection Club: Jr, Talent Show:
P.T.S.A.: Baseball: Football: Historical Society: Science
GEORGE MORRIS: Science Fair: Proiection Club:
P.T.S.A.: Fire Captain . . . SUSAN NEALEANS: Band:
Homeroom Sec.: F.H.A.: Red Cross: P.T.A.: Science
Fair . . . DIANNE NEELY: Transfer to T.H.S.: Band
Sweetheart Contest: Beauty Walk: Spanish Club: Home-
room V.-P.: Art Club V.-P.: F.H.A., Pres.: Mixed Chorus:
Spanish Club Sweetheart: Jr. Talent Show.
Youth Ventures into
JEAN NELSON: Homeroom Sec,, Treas., Science Fair,
Band, Pep Squad, Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, P.T.S.A., F.H.A., Par-
Iiamentarian, United Fund, Mr. and Miss D.O. Contest
Comm., D,O. Club . . . WILLIAM NEVIN: Science Fair,
P.T.S.A., Fire Captain . . . ANN NEWMAN: Honor So-
ciety, Senior Class Sec., P.T.S,A. Student Representative,
State Oral Interpretation Contest, 2nd place, Howard
College Contest, 2nd place, State Oral Interpretation
Contest, Superior rating, Latin Club, State V.-P., Science
Fair, 2nd place, Greasepainters, Pres., Anchor Club,
V.-P., Beauty Walk, Forensic League, Sec,, Math Club,
Student Council, Homeroom Pres,, Jr. Talent Show, Beta
Tri-Hi-Y, Y County Council, Red Cross, Pep Squad.
ROGER NEWMAN: Regular Schedule . . . FERN NIE-
HUSS: Latin Club, French Club, Delta Tri-Hi-Y, V.-P., Jr.
Talent Show, Band Sweetheart Contest, B.W. Business
Staff, lnterclub Council . . , JEAN NISBET: Head
Cheerleader, Bond, French Club, Key Club Sweetheart,
Homeroom Sec., Devotional Chairman, Pep Squad,
F.H.A., Red Cross, Mixed Chorus, P,T.S.A,, United Fund,
Beta Tri-Hi-Y, 2nd V.-P., Chaplain, Miss T.H.S., 2nd
Runner-up, Homecoming Queen, B.W. Favorite.
JUDITH UUDYJ NISBET: Band, Beta Tri-Hi-Y, V.-P.,
Chaplain, Sgt.-at-Arms, French Club, Homeroom Sec.,
Devotional Chairman, Jr. Talent Show, Miss T.H.S,, 2nd
Runner-up, Student Council, Ring Comm., Pep Squad,
United Fund, F.H,A., P.T.S.A., B.W, Favorite, Homecom-
ing Captain Sponsor . . . ANNETTE NOLAND: Art Club,
Red Cross, Health Careers Club, Science Fair, Home-
room Chaplain, P,T.S.A., F.H.A .... KEVIN NORRIS:
Forensic League, Greasepainters.
WILLIAM CSKIPD NOWELL: Spanish Club, Proiection
Club . . , JACKSON UACKJ O'NElL: Homeroom Sec,,
Fire Brigade, Ambassador Hi-Y, Sec., Red Cross, Student
Council, P.TS.A .... JEAN OWENS: Student Council,
F.H.A., Homeroom Chaplain, P.T.S.A., Science Fair.
NINA BETH PARKER: Alternate Maiorette, Beauty Walk,
Band Sweetheart Contest, Spanish Club, Historian, Jr.
Talent Show, Girls' Chorus, Homeroom V.-P., Sec., Delta
Tri-Hi-Y, Treas., F.H.A., Pres., Math Club, Student Coun-
cil, Pep Squad, Hi-Y lnterclub Council, V.-P .... MARSHA
PATTERSON: Latin Club, French Club, Art Club, F.H,A.,
Scholastics Art Award . . . MARION PEARSON: French
Club, Latin Club, State Delegate, Math Club, Health
Careers Club, Historical Society, Homeroom V.-P., Drives
Chairman, P,T.S.A., Black Warrior Hi-Y, V.-P., Chaplain,
Band, Lyre Club, Forensic League, Youth Legislature, Y
State Conference, Y County Council.
VIRGINIA PEARSON: Spanish Club, F.H.A., Girls'
Chorus, Kappa Tri-Hi-Y . . . CAROL PENNINGTON: Ma-
iorette, Anchor Club, Student Council, French Club,
Pep Squad, Beauty Walk, Jr. Red Cross, Medical Careers
Club, B.W. Business Staff, Jr. Talent Show, Harding Col-
lege "Youth Freedom Forum", Homeroom officer, Lyre
Club, Historical Society, Tri-Hi-Y . . . SARAH PETERS:
Pep Squad, D.E. Club, F.H.A.
"BYE BYE BlRDIE," a
play performed by the
Town and Gown Theater
of Birmingham, brought
two special guests to
our school. Here, V.-P.
of Greasepainters, Ann
Newman, talks with Mr.
James Hatcher, director
of Town and Gown The-
ater, of which several
T.H.S. students are mem-
bers, and Mr. Gene Bay-
Iiss, guest director for
"Bye Bye Birdie."
KENNETH PHILLIPS: Regular Schedule . . . JOHN
PICKENS: Basketball, Tennis, State Singles Champion,
Red Letter Club, Key Club, Chaplain, State Convention
delegate, Math Club, Junior Class V.-P, Student Council,
Homeroom Pres., Float Comm., Ambassador Hi-Y, Prom
Comm., Fire Brigade . . . EDWARD PICKETT: Black War-
rior Hi-Y, Pres., Y County Council, Key Club, State Con-
vention, Track, Cross-Country Team, IOO-Mile Club, Base-
ball, Swimming, Red Letter Club, Homeroom V.-P,, Chap-
lain, Latin Club, Math Club, Science Club, Historical
Society, Red Cross, Birmingham News Oratorical Contest
Winner, Science Fair, Fire Brigade, B.W. Favorite, For-
ensic League, D,A.R. Oratorical Contest, Mechanical
Drawing Club, Co-Pres., Youth Legislature, Greasepaint-
ers, lnterclub Council, Transfer to T.H.S. with Freshman
Class Pres, School Letter Club.
DONALD POOL: Band, Historical Society, P.T.S.A,,
Fire Brigade , . , JANE POSEY: Transfer to T.H.S. . . .
JUDITH PUGH: Maiarette, Beauty Walk, Jr. Talent Show,
Lyre Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Homeroom officer, Math Club, Span-
ish Club, Student Council, Science Club, F.H.A,, B.W.
SUSAN PYLES: Pep Squad, F.H.A., Vollyball Team . . .
NANCY QUINN: Anchor Club, Spanish Club, Treas.,
Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Pres,, Class Sec.-Treas., B.W. Favorite,
Mixed Chorus, Lib., Y lnterclub Council, Chaplain, Y
County Council, Youth Legislature, Jr. Talent Show, M.C.,
Senior Ring Comm., Homecoming Float Comm., Pep Squad,
Sec., F.H.A., Homeroom Sec., Trees., Chaplain, Student
Council, Prom Comm., Historical Society, Historian, Hi-
Y District Conference . . , CHRISTINE RAIFORD: Pep
Squad, Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Chaplain, Band, P.T.S.A., French
Club, Red Cross, Lyre Club.
EVELYN RAIFORD: French Club, Spanish Club, P.T.S.A.,
Health Careers Club, Girls' Chorus, Sec., Ensemble, Math
Club, Pep Squad, F.H.A., Student Council, Band Sweet-
heart Contest, B.W. Business Staff, Science Fair, Science
Club . . . PETTUS RANDALL: Key Club, V.-P., Key Club
International, Pres, Trustee, Boys' Nation, Pres., Boys'
State, Gov. of Ala., Student Council, V,-P,, Teens
Against Polio, County Chairman, Ala.-Fla. Civitan Ora-
torical Contest lNinner, U.S. Senate Page, Football, Bir-
mingham News Oratorical Contest Winner . . . WILLIAM
KBILLYJ RAY: Homeroom Pres., V.-P., Spanish Club, Math
Club, Science Club, Science Fair winner, Ambassador
Hi-Y, V.-P., Youth Legislature, Band, All-State Medal
Winner, Greasepainters, County Council, Pres., State Y
Shiny Class Rings
JOHN REED: Homeroom officer: Hi-Y: Art Club: Sci-
ence Fair: Jr. Talent Show: Fire Brigade: Student Coun-
cil . . . DAVID REYNOLDS: Fire Brigade: Black Warrior
Hi-Y: Bond: Jr. Talent Show: Homeroom Pres., V.-P. . . .
MARK REYNOLDS: Latin Club: Art Club: French Club:
Jr. Talent Show: P.T.S.A.: Pep Squad: Homeroom V,'P.,
Program Chairman: Student Council: l-li-Y: Science Fair:
Fire Brigade: Honor Society.
SHARON REYNOLDS: Latin Club: Beta Tri-Hi-Y: Girls'
Chorus . . . REBECCA RHODES: Art Club: F.H.A,: Science
Club: Latin Club: Math Club: Student Council: P.T.S.A.:
Historical Society: Health Careers Club: BW, Business
Staff: Honor Society . . . RACHEL RICE: V.l,E, Club:
Pep Squad: Beauty Walk: F.H.A.: Science Club: Home-
ANN RICHARDSON: Spanish Club: Red Cross: F.H.A.:
Beta Tri-Hi-Y: Greasepainters: Girls' Chorus: Homeroom
V.-P,, Chaplain: Pep Squad: Girls' Swimming Team:
P.T.S.A .... MARY HELEN ROBERTS: Maiorette: Anchor
Club: Beauty Walk: Jr, Talent Show: B.W. Business Staff:
Delta Tri-Hi-Y: Pep Squad: Math Club: French Club:
Red Cross: Band, Medal winner, All-State: Homeroom
Sec., Chaplain: Lyre Club: lnvitation Comm.: Historical
Society . . . VENCENT ROLLINS: Latin Club: Math Club:
Band, Drum Maior: Lyre Club: Homeroom Chaplain: Jr.
Talent Show: Black Warrior Hi-Y, V.-P., Treas.: B.W.
PAUL ROSE: Black Warrior Hi-Y: Homeroom V.-P,,
Chaplain: Projection Club: Basketball: Baseball: Science
Fair: Fire Brigade , . . SAMMIE JEAN RYAN: Homeroom
Pres.: Art Club: F.T.A.: F.H.A.: Health Careers Club:
P.T.S.A.: B.W. Business Stott: Science Club: Historical
Society . . . JAMES RYERSON: Spanish Club.
JINX SANDUSKY: Art Club: Spanish Club: Pep Squad:
Homeroom Sec.: F.H.A.: P.T.S.A .... FAYE HOLLINGS-
WORTH SANFORD: F.H,A.: Historical Society: Red
Cross: Pep Squad: Volleyball Team . . . JOHN SAVAGE:
WILLIAM fBlLLl SCOTT: Latin Club: Ambassador Hi-Y,
Sec.: Math Club: Fire Brigade: Science Fair winner, Re-
gional winner: Homeroom V.-P.: Mechanical Drawing
Club, Co.-Pres .... SAMMY SEALS: Baseball: Red Letter
Club: Science Club: Science Fair: Jr. Talent Show: Pro-
iection Club: Student Council: Basketball . . . ANN
SEEBECK: French Club: Math Club: Delta Tri-Hi-Y: Stu-
dent Council: Homecoming Comm.: B.W. Favorite: French
Honor Society, Pres.: Band, Frosh Pres.: Swimming Team:
U.A. Symphony Senior Soloist.
ROBERT SHAMBLIN: Transfer to T.H.S., Spanish Club,
Black Warrior Hi-Y, Science Club, Math Club, Science
Fair, Mechanical Drawing Club, Co.-Pres .... WILLIAM
KBILLI SHAMBLIN: Key Club, Math Club, Spanish Club,
Tennis Team, Red Letter Club, BEAR FACTS Staff, Me-
chanical Drawing Club, V.-P ,... SUE SHARP: F.H.A.,
Spanish Club, Pep Squad, Red Cross, Jr. Talent Show,
ALSTON SHEPHERD: Science Fair . . . GWEN SIKES:
Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus, Red Cross, Science Fair,
Pep Squad . . . JOSEPH SIMON: Football, All-County,
Baseball, Basketball, Track, "Back of the Week", Jr.
Talent Show, Science Fair, Praiection Club, Fire Brigade,
Red Letter Club, Homecoming Game Captain, B.W.
JACKIE SIMS: Baseball, Science Fair, Dance Band,
Band, Drum Captain . . . REBECCA SKELTON: Regular
Schedule . . . LINDA SKINNER: Spanish Club, Pep
Squad, Homeroom Sec., Treas., Jr. Talent Show, F.H.A.,
LINDA SMALLEY: Transfer to T.H.S. with 4,H Club,
F.H.A., Art Club, Poster Club, Library Club . . . AN-
DREW SMITH: Proiection Club, Historical Society, Band,
P.E. Council, Bel Aires Dance Band, U.D.C. Term Paper
Contest Winner . . . FOSS SMITH: Honor Society, Math
Club, Pres., Latin Club, Sec.-Treas., Ring Comm., Red
Letter Club, Tennis Team, Homeroom Pres., Fire Captain,
Science Fair, French Club, Custodian of the Flag, Band,
JERRY SMITH: Basketball, Jr. Talent Show, Math Club
. . . JOE SMITH: Band, Science Fair, Jr. Talent Show
. . . JUDY SMITH: Maiorette, Homeroom officer, Jr. Tal-
ent Show, Beauty Walk, B.W. Business Staff.
LARRY SMITH: Football, Track, Science Fair, Baseball,
Jr. Talent Show, Fire Brigade, Proiection Club, Art Club,
Homeroom Sec .... BETTY JO SNIPES: Regular Schedule
. . . CAROLYN SNIPES: Honor Society, Spanish Club,
Mixed Chorus, Pep Squad, F.T.A.
DOROTHY SPARKS: D.E.C.A. Club: Mum Comm.: Pep
THE GENERAL, an original loco-
motive used by the South during
the War Between the States, was
of major interest for the Historical
Society. The historic train, which
was recently restored, was brought
as a showpiece to Tuscaloosa. Mem-
bers of the Society were privileged
to ride the train on Nov. 6 on its
run from Bessemer to Tuscaloosa.
Squad: F.H.A .... JUDITH SPARKS: Red Cross: Mum
Comm.: D.E. Club, Chaplain . . . PAUL SPELL: Science
Club: Spanish Club: Band, All-State: Lyre Club: Dance
Band: Fire Brigade: Basketball: Track: Science Fair.
RONALD SPENCE: Ambassador Hi-Y: Mixed Chorus:
Science Fair , . . VICTOR SPRADLEY: Art Club: Science
Fair: D.O. Club: Mum Comm.: Jr. Talent Show . . .
MARTHA SPRINGER: Latin Club: F.H.A.: Spanish Club:
Band Sweetheart Contest: Student Council: Delta Tri-Hi-Y:
Homeroom Sec., V.-P.: Jr. Talent Show: Historical Society.
REBECCA SPRINGFIELD: Band: Spanish Club: Health
Careers Club: Historical Society: F.T.A .... ANITA STAB-
LER: Transfer to T.H.S. with Band, Sec., Student Council:
Service Comm., Chairman: Student Council V.-P.: Home-
room Pres.: 4-H Club: Pep Club: Glee Club: Beta Club:
Freshman, Sophomore Class Sec.: Latin Club . . . LINDA
STALLINGS: Honor Society: French Club: Red Cross:
Math Club: Homeroom V.-P., Sec., Program Chairman:
Pep Squad: Science Club: Band Sweetheart Contest:
Science Fair: P.T,S.A.
DIANE STANSELL: Spanish Club: Student Council:
Ring Comm.: F.H.A.: Pep Squad: Beauty Walk: Band
Sweetheart Contest: B.W. Business Staff: Girls' Chorus:
Greasepainters: Homeroom V.-P., Sec.: Anchor Club,
Chaplain: Delta Tri-Hi-Y: Float Comm.: Jr. Talent Show:
Latin Club: P.T.S.A.: F.H.A .... MICHAEL STEPHENS:
Swimming Team, Co-captain: Red Letter Club: Football:
Spanish Club: Science Club: Homeroom Pres.: Homecom-
ing Comm.: Float Comm.: Science Fair: Jr. Talent Show:
Band . . . DENNIS STEWART: Proiection Club: Science
Fair: Fire Captain: Homeroom Treas.: Red Cross: Histori-
cal Society: P.T.S.A.: Pep Squad.
The South Is Explored
MARTHA STEWART: F.H.A.: Pep Squad: Spanish
Club: D.O. Club: Mum Comm.: Historical Society: P.T.S.A.:
Volleyball Team . . . MARY STEWART: Science Club:
French Club: Girls' Choir: Historical Society: Volleyball
Team . . . TRELLIS STOCKS: Football: Science Fair: Art
CAROL STRICKLAND: Historical Society: F.H.A.: Red
Cross: F.T.A.: Pep Squad: B.W. Business Staff: Science
Fair: P.T.S.A .... GEORGE STYLES: Math Club: Span-
ish Club: Football, Game Captain: Red Letter Club: Fire
Brigade: Science Fair . . . CAROL SUKIENNIK: French
Club: F.H.A.: Health Careers Club.
BOBBIE SUMNER: Spanish Club: F.H.A.: P.T.S.A.:
Homeroom Sec., Chaplain, V.-P.: Student Council: Red
Cross: Science Fair: Kappa Tri-Hi-Y . . . CLARK SWAIL:
Homeroom V.-P., Treas.: Fire Brigade: P.T.S.A.: Red
Cross: Jr. Talent Show: Baseball: Football: Science Fair:
Historical Society: Proiection Club: Ambassador Hi-Y . . .
CLARENCE SWINDLE: Proiection Club: Science Fair:
Fire Captain: Red Cross: P.T.S.A.: Pep Squad.
RUBYE FAYE TAYLOR: Science Club: Spanish Club:
Math Club: Bond: Historical Society: Homeroom Program
Chairman . . . TERESA TAYLOR: Transfer to T.H.S.:
Latin Club: Math Club: Science Club: Science Fair: B.W.
Business Staff: Honor Society . . . SHEILA TERRILL: Honor
Society, Pres.: Latin Club, State V.-P.: Student Council:
Homeroom Pres.: French Club: Math Club: Mixed Chorus,
Accompanist, Sec., All-State Chorus: Class Officer, Fresh-
man and Sophomore: Miss Citizenship: Anchor Club.
DOUGLAS THIGPEN: Football: Art Club: Science
Fair: Math Club: Traclc . . . RICHARD THOMASON:
P.T.S,A.: Historical Society: Fire Brigade: Mixed Chorus:
Proiection Club: Science Club: Red Cross . . . JUDITH
TIDMORE: F.H.A.: D.O. Club: Mum Comm.
LINDA TIDMORE: Student Council: Beauty Walk:
Band, Librarian, All-State Medal Winner, Sec.: F.H.A.,
Pres.: Homeroom Chaplain: B.W. Business Staff: Pep
Squad: Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Sec., Reporter: Latin Club: Jr. Talent
Show: Greasepainters: Science Fair: Red Cross . . .
ABIGAIL TOFFEL: Greasepainters: Greasepainters Talent
Festival, lst place: Latin Club: Math Club: Jr. Talent
Show: Red Cross: Pep Squad: F.H.A., Reporter: Beta
Tri'Hi-Y, Historian: Science Club . . . SHIRLEY TUBBS:
F.H.A.: Red Cross: P.T.S.A.
1963 Seniors Embark
JOYCE TYLER: Honor Society: National Merit Semi-
Finalist: Latin Club, Historian, State Convention: F.H.A.,
Pres.: Beta Tri-Hi-Y, V.-P.: 1963 BLACK WARRIOR Copy
Writer: Pep Squod: Red Cross: Greasepainters: Girls
Chorus: Math Club: P.T.S,A.: Youth Legislature: A.H.S.P.A.
Convention . . . CHARLOTTE VICK: Greasepainters: Tri-
Hi-Y: Pep Squad: Red Cross: F.T.A.: F,H.A.: P.T.S.A.:
Homeroom Devotional Chairman . , . BETTY VINES:
Spanish Club: Girls' Chorus: BEAR FACTS Staff: P.T,S.A.
JAMES CJACKJ WADE: Science Club: Spanish Club:
Math Club . . . GARY WALTERS: Homeroom V.-P., Pres.:
Red Letter Club: IOO-Mile Club: Football, Game Captain:
Track: Basketball: Fire Brigade . . . JIMALYNE WATSON:
P.T.S.A.: F,H.A.: Transfer to T.H.S. with Delta Gamma
Sigma Sorority: Religious Council: Girls' Athletic Assn.:
Spanish Club: Art Club: Beauty Walk: Volleyball Team.
JAMES WATTS: Proiection Club . . . MARTHA NELL
WEEKS: Girls' Chorus: Pep Squad: Greasepainters:
F.H.A.: P.T.S.A .... LANNY WELCH: Regular Schedule.
JANET WELTON: Latin Club, Librarian: Student
Council: French Club, Recording Sec.: Honor Society:
Mixed Chorus: Pep Squad: Nat. French Exam, lst place
in T.H.S.: French Honor Society, V.-P.: French State-wide
Group Skit, lst prize . , . PATRICIA WESTBROOK: Band,
Asst. Librarian, Librarian: All-State Band: Pep Squad:
F.H.A.: Mixed Chorus: Homeroom V.-P., Chaplain: Lyre
Club . . . JACQUELINE WESTON: Student Council:
Honor Society: Latin Club: Spanish Club: Math Club:
Band Sweetheart Contest: Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Reporter: Horne-
room Sec.: F.H.A., Pres.: Youth Legislature: Pep Squad:
Jr. Talent Show: P.T.S.A.
GRAHAM WHEAT: Historical Society . . . FRED
WHITE: Science Club, V.-P.: Math Club: Latin Club:
Spanish Club: Band: Greasepainters . . . MARY ANNE
WIGGINS: Pep Squad: Spanish Club: F.H.A.: Jr. Talent
Show: P.T.S.A.: Historical Society.
JERRY WILKINS: Art Club: Historical Society: Mechane
ical Drawing Club, Co-Pres .... GEORGE WILLIAMS:
D,O. Club: Mum Comm ..., MICHAEL WILLIAMS: Art
Club, Pres.: Science Club: Proiection Club: Homeroom
Pres., V.-P.: Science Fair: Student Council.
on the Future
TED WILLIAMS: Student Council, Homeroom Pres.,
Jr. Talent Show, Football, Game Captain, Track, Red
Letter Club, Science Fair, Fire Brigade . . . JOHNNY
WILLIAMSON: D.O. Club . . . DWAIN WINSTEAD:
Red Letter Club, Student Council, Football, Game Cap-
tain, Baseball, Homeroom Pres., V.-P., Fire Brigade.
SUSAN WOODLEY, Band Sweetheart-'63, B.W.
Favorite, Anchor Club, Spanish Club, Pres., Pep Squad,
V.-P., Art Club, Homeroom V.-P., Treas., Chaplain, Jr.
Talent Show, B.W. Business Staff, F.H.A., Beauty Walk,
lnterclub Council, Latin Club, Invitations Comm ....
ROBERT WORTHY: Science Club, Pres., Math Club,
Scholastic Art Awards Winner . . . MARY CHARLES
WRIGHT: "Hi-Y'er of the Month", Spanish Club, Sigma
REBECCA WRIGHT: Cheerleader, F.l'l.A., Latin Club,
Homeroom Pres., Sec., Greasepainters, Pep Squad, Pres.,
Sec., B.W. Business Staff, Sophomore Queen of Hearts,
Beauty Walk, Anchor Club, Jr, Advisor, Sec., Spanish
Club, Sec., Jr. Talent Show, Student Council, Delta Tri-
Hi-Y, lnterclub Council, Mixed Chorus Sweetheart, Li-
brarian, Homecoming Maid, Spanish Senorita . . .
ROBERT IBOBBYJ WYATT: Football, Mum Comm., IOO-
Mile Club . . . PATSY ZEANAH: Student Council, Grease-
painters, F.H.A., Health Careers Club, Spanish Club,
Mum Comm., Girls' Chorus, Pep Squad, D.O. Club,
Homeroom Pres., B.W. Business Staff.
GRADUATING SENIORS NOT PICTURED
JOHN GARRISON: Transfer to T.H.S .... WESLEY GUY: Regular Schedule . . . ORMAN HOUSE: Regular
Schedule . . . EDWARD MARTIN: Basketball, Track . . . AUTREY SMITH: Regular Schedule . . . MARILYN SHIG-
LEY: Transfer to T.H.S .... THEODORE ITEDJ THARIN: Greasepainters, Fire Brigade, Art Club, Swimming Team,
Science Fair, Historical Society.
Industrious . . . courteous and
cooperative . . . trustworthy
. . . a most successful student
. . . President of Math Club . . .
takes an active part in tennis
. . . plays drum in the band
. . . efficient section room presi-
dent . . . FOSS SMITH
Cheerful smile . . . gentle voice . . . quick
active mind . . . desire for helping others . . .
perfectionist . . . capable student . . . un-
assuming . . . easy-going . . . math scholar
. . . Vice-President of Math Club . . . interested
in patriotic projects . . . custodian of flag
. . talented actress . . . CAROL CURRY
Capable leader . . . open good nature . . .
Miss Citizenship . . . State Vice-President of
Latin Club . . . President of Honor Society . . .
accompanist for Mixed Chorus.. .President of
United Christian Youth Movement , . .Freshman,
Sophomore class officer . . .SHEILA TERRILL
Faculty Chooses Tuscaloosa High
Warm-hearted friendliness . . . good sense of Conscientious scholar . . . patient and dili-
humor . . . President of Student Council . . . gent worker . . . accomplished musician . . .
active in sports . . . All-County and All-State skilled in math . . . BLACK WARRIOR associ-
in football . . . President of Freshman and ate editor...merit scholarship finalist...Vice-
Sophomore class . . . BLACK WARRIOR fa- President of Honor Society...State President
vorite . . . Boys' State . . . HANK HERROD of Children of Confederacy, ..ANN LEE
All-around athlete . . . sincere interest in oth-
er people . . . quiet depths . . . conscientious
scholar . . . a good organizer . . . a true leader
. . . BLACK WARRIOR Favorite . . . President' of
Key Club , . . State President of Hi-Y . . . Vice-
President of Senior Class. .JOHN CALDWELL
Outgoing friendliness to all . . . Manipulator
of the electrical equipment in well-equipped
auditorium . . . the scientific mind . . . al-
ways willing to give assistance . . . President
of Y-County Council . . . BILLY RAY
Schoolas Outstanding Seniors or 1963
Chairman of Decorations Committee for Senior
Banquet . . . MARY ELLIOT.
Secretary . . . President of Greasepointers
. . . reporter to GRAPHIC . . . Anchor Club
Vice-President . . . ANN NEWMAN.
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CLASS OFFICERS Jay Smith, President, Connie Stricland, Secre-
tary, and Tommy Kendall, Vice-President lead the Juniors to
higher and better goals in T962-1963.
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,Iuniors of 1963
As Juniors-upperclassmen-most of this spirited class
doesn't get lost anymore, they know where the cafeteria,
library, water fountains, and Mr. Gallman's office are.
They have their drivers' licenses, have held the annual
Junior Talent Show, and have sponsored a Junior-Senior
Prom. Able sponsors of the Junior class are Mrs. Vibbart,
Mrs. Fines, and Mr. Blanchard.
The Juniors expect and receive more privileges and,
along with these, added responsibilities. They have come
to a fuller realization that they must prepare themselves
by i964 for a college or university campus, or for work-
ing on their own. The Juniors look forward to their
Senior year with anticipation and a little anxiety-but
they know that they will succeed if they do their best
and they will.
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JUNIORS BRUCE JONES, Tommy Kendall and Wayne Etheridge EDDIE MINGESRUIS enjoying his talk with lovely lynda Mead
take the task of building a Homecoming float seriously. Miss America of 1961, who visited our city in the fall.
Giles, Mary Jane
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JUNIOR CLASS SPONSORS AND HOMEROOM PRESIDENTS: Row 1: Tommy Wear, Frank Adams,
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JUNIORS RICKIE WINSTEAD and Nancy Herring seem to enioy having their picture taken atop the ferris wheel at the West Alabama Fair
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WHAT IS IT THAT HOLDS the attention of these Sophomore and Junior girls so well? They are taking part in our school's first ladies
basketball clinic. The clinic was held by Coach Tarleton and our basketball team who instructed ladies in basic rules of the game.
ARRIVING AT SCHOOL on time for a "full day" of classes in
1962-1963 are the Sophomore Class officers: Mike Ford, Vice-
President, Lana Johnson, Secretary, and Tom Patton, President.
Sophomores of 1963
The Sophomore Class is iust beginning to enioy the
privileges that the other two classes have enjoyed in the
past. The Sophomores missed being a real part of T.H.S.
last year because of the double shift, but they have
shown true "school spirit" in 1962-1963. They are often
labeled "Freshmen," because there is no longer a ninth
grade in our school.
During one of the highlight activities of their year,
Homecoming, the Sophs designed and constructed a float
which turned out beautifully. Unfortunately, enroute to
the parade, the main structure was knocked down, ruin-
ing the float's general effect.
In the Sophomore Class, there are several boys wear-
ing four year letter sweaters, the last to receive this honor
in our school. Miss Davidson, Mrs. Patrick, and Mr. Kerr
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The Sophomores prepare for upperclass status, and
with the versatility possible in so large a group, they will
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"YOU DON'T KNOW how hard it is for me to get out of bed in the morning," says one Sophomore who was on the
afternoon shift last year. These weary Sophs show the strain of attending seven hours of school instead of four.
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SOPHOMORE CLASS SPONSORS AND HOMEROOM PRESIDENTS: Row 1: De Martenson, Greg Horn, Gaius
Whitfield, Gary Petry, Richard Corder, Johnny Jacobs. Row 2: Johnny Beauchamp, Betty Smith, Tana Vin-
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SOPHOMORE TRAGEDY"-Sophs worked diligently on this lovely homecoming floai, only to have if collapse before reaching lhe parade
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HUNGRY SOPHOMORES Donnette Bolton, Greg Loclrard, Jim Newman, and Merwin Davis eagerly wait
to buy candy from senior Kyra Lee Jones at one of many club candy sales held at our school.
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JUNIORS: McDaniel, Paul
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THOSE WHO WERE ABSENT the day school pictures were made: Row 'I: Kaye Adkison, Martha Williams,
Becky Vail, Rubye Johnson. Row 2: Jimmy Faucett, Ginger Willoughby, Linda Grimes, Don Cunningham.
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Row 'l: Anna Davis, Susan Ezell, Donna Dockery, Trudi Nelson,
Linda Campbell, Sammy Maze, Linda Tidmore. Row 2: Mrs. Busby,
Wanda Worthington, Rebecca Glenn, Rebecca Ingram, Jerry Lake,
Marilyn Northcutt, Sandra Ray, Whitney Menning. Row 3: Patricia
Last year when the student body elected Hank Herrod,
Bob Hopper, and Dale Christian as president, vice-presi-
dent, and secretary respectively ot the Student Council,
the work of this year's Student Council actually began.
Immediately the newly-elected officers and the sponsors,
Mrs. Cary and Mrs. Busby, started making plans tor this
year's Student Council projects.
Row 'lz Jane Banks, Diane Stunsell, Christine Rickett, Ann See-
beck, Camilla Conty. Row 2: Brenda Chunn, Sally Johnson, John
Caldwell, Sammy Maze, Frank Greer. Row 3: Earnest Collins,
Marlowe, Judie Snow, Myrial Bridgers, Mary Tillotson, Carol
Hughes, Kat Pritchett, Ann Banks, Ginger Willoughby. Row 4:
David Miller, Tommy Kendall, Freddy Swanson, Gary Petry, Roy
Harris, Warren Day.
Among these projects have been two ventures into the
tielcl of iournalism, the RED BOOK and the STUDENT
DIRECTORY. The former gives general information about
the curriculum, clubs, and traditions of our school, while
the latter is an alphabetical list ot the study body com-
plete with addresses and telephone numbers.
Alice l.eMaistre, Nancy Quinn, DeLane Fitts, Jim Herman, Percy
Mohan, Andy Jackson. Row 4: Ralph Hayden, Pete Clark, Don
Barksdale, Wilbur Manderson, Cary Williams, Mike Ford.
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STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTIONS always generate a great deal Dozens of "Dale's Campaign Pails" appeared in the halls in support
of student interest. Last year's was no exception. Frank Greer, of Dale Cl1ristian's successful campaign for secretary. The sign
the "short, fat, ugly, and very happy" candidate for vice-president said, "Mop up with Pettus," but the students preferred to mop up
of the Student Council was unsuccessful in his bid for election. with Hank as president.
Publishes Studen t Directory
Student Council members have also been busy helping
school activities move along smoothly. They have super-
vised the taking of school pictures, Homecoming festivi-
ties, and the annual election of Student Council officers.
Perhaps the biggest proiect of the year has been the
Beauty Walk, for which a number of committees were
appointed. Another of the most important proiects has
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS and sponsors gather in the confer-
ence room to discuss an important proiect. Dole Christian, secretary,
Hank Herrod, president, Mrs. Busby, Mrs. Cary, Danny Langford,
been the giving of two S200 scholarships to students
attending the University of Alabama.
And finally, Student Council members have been look-
ing to the future, planning for the time when our school
will participate in the American Field Service foreign-
treasurer, and Bob Hopper, vice president, find that Student Coun-
cil activities demand frequent conferences such as this one.
Honor Society Selects Scholars
Leadership, service, character, and scholarship are excellence in scholarship, members of the Honor So-
the criteria for membership in the National Honor So- ciety will find that their knowledge will pay off in dol-
ciety. With the increasing demand by businesses for lars and cents as well as in the satisfaction that comes
those who have not only passed but have also achieved from education.
Shirley Bailes Billie Blair Jane Adams Karen Allen
Kendall Clark Jimmy Cobble Patsy Bruce John Caldwell
Alice Ann Duncan Sarah Edwards Brantley Cochrane Dora Jane Collins
Estes Hayes Pat Hayes Mary Elliott Sharon Foster
Hank Herrod Patti Hicks
Mrs. Irene Little
Sally Johnson Kyra Lee Jones David Miller Ann Newman
Alice Le Maistre Margaret Lindsay Sammy Seals Foss Smith
Sharon Reynolds Rebecca Rhodes Linda Stallings George Styles
Carolyn Snipes Anita Stabler Bob Worthy Rebecca Wright
Jackie Weston Susan Woodley
Row 'lz Didi Fletcher, Sammy Maze, Ellen Boozer, Jane Mills,
Row 2: Barbara Brooks, Nancy Quinn, Phyllis Reese, Bob Hopper,
Linda Reid. Row 3: Jim Newman, Ed Pickett, Marion Pearson, Kay
The Interclub Council, of which all presidents of school-
1 affiliated clubs are members, administers the point system
l which has been set up to prevent any one student from
l having too many responsibilities. lt also provides for
cooperation between school clubs.
Row 1: Ann Newman, Betsy Hoole, Sammy Maze, Bob Hopper,
Jernigan, Eugene Poole, Steve Patrick. Row 4: Hugh Keller, Billy
Ray, Pete Clark, Linda O'Neal, Ann Lee.
The Y-Interclub Council consists ot the presidents of
Hi-Y and ,Tri-Hi-Y clubs and one other representative
from each club. It helps the various Y clubs cooperate
with each other and with the school.
Row 2: Ed Pickett, Mike Williams, Billie Blair, Gary Petry, Foss
Row 'l: Susan Crane, Carolyn Stewart, Earnestine Dunn, Jeanie Ar- Davis, Charlie Fleming, Glenn Howell, Chuck Wilkins, Gary Wurm.
mistead, Judy Bailey, Mary Ann Guin, Dianne Barringer. Row 2: Mar- Row 3: Allen Bales, John Cruse, Joe Williams, Dayton Sullivan, Tru-
gie Baker, Mary Ellen Dow, Janice Culver, Dennis Daffron, Jane man Smith, L. B. Feld, Joe Baker, Tommy Hartman.
Latin Club Ubserves Campus Day
Latin may be an ancient language, but members ot
the Latin Club lor Junior Classical Leaguej constantly
come up with new ideas. Campus Day, observed tor the
first time this year, has been the latest ot these. On Cam-
pus Day the club reminded T.H.S. students to keep the
building and grounds clean and neat by means ot spe-
Row 'l: Mrs. Fines, Linda Armstrong, Sheila Terrill, Dale Christian,
Donna Datfron, Beverly Hawley, Whitney Menning. Row 2: Mr...
Fines, Sarah Gay Edwards, Jackie Weston, Wanda Davis, Martha
Bennett, Mary Jane Mathews, Mitzi Brown. Row 3: Marsha Patterson,
cial announcements and posters.
Other proiects this year have included the buying oi
a protector tor use in teaching Latin and obtaining sub-
scriptions to HOLIDAY and NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC,
which often feature articles of interest to Latin students.
Dora Jane Collins, Alice Ann Duncan, Kathy Sherer, Susan
Hollomon, Joyce Tyler, Bob Gribbin. Row 4: Teresa Taylor, Connie
Strickland, Rickie Winstead, Alice LeMaistre, Ann Newman, Glenda
Brewer, Roy Harris.
WOOD NYMPHS? No, this is only a picture of Mrs. Fines, Ellen ing on the Campus Martius lalias Eastwood Parkl.
Boozer, and Mitzi Brown enioying themselves at a Latin Club meet-
,lunior Classical League Iter Facit
Calypso and Cassandra, Charon and Circe, and all
the rest of that gang have no doubt appreciated all the
attention given them at meetings of the Junior Classical
League. Sometimes, though, they have probably become
angry at how tlagrantly these mortals have impersonated
Row 'iz De Martenson, Jan Disney, Johnny Beauchamp, Ellen Boozer,
Amalie Buck, Terria Wood, Day Sullivan, Margaret Ingram, Delores
Hann, Sherry Jeter. Row 2: Jim Newman, Jimmy Duren, Marty Van
Tassel, Elizabeth Woolen, Carolyn Nevin, Ginny Parker, Diane
Waldrop, Marsha Britt, Margaret Roberts. Row 3: Bob Leigh, Walter
them. Caesar too must have turned over in his grave
when he heard about how lightly these irreverent indi-
viduals took the ldes of March memorial celebration of
Larson, Richard Massi, Richard Rosenfeld, Cary Williams, Judy
Bleier, Jackie Hatmaker, Larry Beatus, Allen Cochrane. Row 4:
Jon Sasser, Dennis Stanard, Johnny Townsend, John Hanes, Luis
Ramirez, David Penz, Don Palmer, William Alexander, Joe Sullivan.
LATIN CLUB OFFICERS Beth Caldwell, Secretary-Treasurer, Jackie
Hatmaker, Historian, Poodgie Poole, First Vice-President, Roy Harris,
President, and Luis Ramirez, Second Vice-President, work on pub-
licity for the Latin Banquet.
WithHelp from Mrs. Fines,Mrs. Little, and Jupiter
The ancient gods really took over the school during
Latin Week. During this week in April T.H.S. students
were reminded that, as Mrs. Fines says, "You are a
Roman." Posters in Latin appeared on the walls, and
club members wore small signs telling about the week.
Latin Week was topped off by the Latin IV Triumph com-
Row 1: Brenda Dockery, Eugene Poole, Jane Barr, Alice Baernstein,
Barbara Brooks, Linda Dockery, Merilyn Mangum, Marie Jeffery,
Patsy Whatley. Row 2: Melinda Ralston, Suzan Woods, Judy Leavell,
Judy Beal, Nancy O'Brian, Mary Kate Meredith, Elaine Alexander,
Cheryl Hunter, Janet Mate, Pat Roberts, Linda Reid. Row 3: Anne
plete with "slaves"-who had not reached the exalted
status of Senior-and the long-planned-for Latin Banquet.
A delegation of Tuscaloosa High Latin Club members
attended the State Latin Club Convention at Phillips High
in Birmingham, where they gave an enthusiastic report
ot the Latin Week festivities at our school.
Gibbons, Joan Curry, Christine Rickett, Ed Pickett, Becky Welton,
Nancy Richardson, Beth Caldwell, Debbie Herring, Sandra Gleis-
burg, Ronnie Epperson. Row 4: Pamela Paul, Sandra Lapscott,
Linda Grimes, Greg Hughey, Lynda O'Neil, Dean Kirkpatrick, Mary
Dana Pierce, Sylvia Crew, Andy Jackson, Charles Pointer.
SPANISH I CLUB OFFICERS Gaius Whitfield, Vice-President, Mar-
garet Whitfield, Treasurer, Gloria Ashcroft, Historian, Mrs. Lackey,
sponsor, Karen Watts, Secretary, and Jay Smith, President plan for
their club's next meeting.
Spanish I Club Members
Spanish l Club members may not know as much Span-
ish as those who belong to the Spanish Il-Ill Club, but
they have been just as enthusiastic in learning about the
culture and people of Spanish-speaking countries. Sandra
Row 1: Mrs. Lackey, Annette Cabaniss, Sarah Ann Cork, Linda
Byars, Linda Smitherman, Betty Lee, Libby Gray, Kay Livingston,
Bill Power, Mary Williams. Row 2: Betty Wyatt, Estella Riley, Diane
Rainer, Becky Wakefield, Christi Popp, Ramona Gibson, Gloria
Ingram and Diane Harris, who have each taken a trip
to Spain, recently, presented slides and told what the
country is like.
Ashcroft, Joel Latham, Kay Parker, Jacky Oliver, Ed Willmon. Row
3: Mary Nolen, Charlotte Parrott, Carolyn Simmons, R. T. Martin,
Don Lawrence, Carl Logan, William Kincaid, Larry Warbington,
Jeran Akers, Jerome Lewis, Joe Autry, Newt Pearson, .lay Smith.
Row 1: Charlotte Montgomery, Dodie Pritchett, Becky Welton, Linda
Carpenter, Donna Bailey, Mary Johnson, Vickie Mead, Natalie
Mattson, Brenda Cabiness, Charlotte Koch, Margaret Krupp. Row
2: Kathy Randolph, Beverly Evinrude, Sylvia Crew, Janice Ham-
monds, Jackie Hatmaker, Wanda Guy, Janet Mather, Jean Lamb,
Jo Ann Lancaster, Kay Adkison, Barbara Brooks, Lillian Vail.
Row 3: Sondra Tucker, Patricia Newton, Mary Jane Price, Pat Welch,
Patricia Marlowe, Sally Roddy, Connie Clark, Ethel Fisher, Barbara
Mallory, Barbara Jones, Sara Henline, Janis Allford. Row 4: Jackie
Nuckols, Jean Givens, Linda Turner, Beth Falls, Joyce Hamrick,
Vicki Earnest, Robert Anderson, Steve Stricklen, Andy Barnes, Rose
Mary Houck, Susan Heller, Nancy Banks.
Judy Holiday, at still another program, told about her
trip to Mexico. The club observed Pan-American Day
on April l-4.
Row l: Susan Onley, Bruce Thomas, Tony Smith, Billy Koeppel, Mar-
garet Whitfield, Gene Henderson, Jane Barr, Delaney Holaday,
Larry Voit, Joe Tucker. Row 2: Beverly Hawley, Sharon Bagwell,
Jo Anne Raiford, Karen Watts, Tommy Sahm, Bette Bates, Ann
Another club project was the buying of maps to decorate
the Spanish I room. Club members elected Margaret
Whitfield Spanish Senorita.
Banks, Kat Prichett, Reggie Lancaster, Bill Tidmore, Benny Tucker,
Bill Deal. Row 3: Lane Hague, Gilbert Allen, James Wood, Bill
Miller, Buddy Miller, Pat Mysinger, Mike Ward, Al Kincade, Jimmy
Boteler, Bill Avery, Gaius Whitfield.
SPANISH ll-Ill CLUB officers and sponsor read about The World's
Fair en espanol. They are Rebecca Wright, Secretary, Camilla
Canty, Vice-President, Mrs. del Valle, sponsor, Nancy Quinn, Treas-
urer, Susan Woodley, President, and Nina Beth Parker, Historian.
James Wilson, Sergeanf-at-arms, is not shown.
Spanish II-III Club Members Hablan Mucho
One of The mosT inTeresTing programs of The Spanish
II-III Club has been The Christmas program, in which
Spanish III students Told about Christmas in Latin America
in Spanish. IT sounded iusf like The United Nations when
a Latin American ambassador speaks-but There was no
Row 'l: Ann Richardson, Kyra Lee Jones, Mario Martinez, Jinx
Sandusky, Susan Woodley. Row 2: lmelcla Ford, Betty Vines, Cam-
illa Canty, Diane Sfansell, Nina Beth Parker, Didi Fletcher.
AT other programs of The club The members learned
abouT Spain and WesTern Europe by being shown color
slides, Diane Harris, a member of The club, presenTed
one of These programs, showing slides she Took in Ger-
many, Spain, and Switzerland.
Row 3: Jim Ryerson, Mary Charles Wright, Katharine Doster, Rubye
Fay Taylor, Alice LeMaistre, Karen Boozer, Evelyn Raiford.
Row l: Judy Pugh, Brantly Cochrane, Cheryl Reynolds, Jimmie
Ellen Black, Sammy Maze, Charlotte Rice, Patty Savage, Linda
Blackwell, Ann Drummond, Charlotte Perry, Shirley Worsham. Row
2: David Hamrick, Ronald Davis, Diane Harris, Judy Davis, Mary
Jane Giles, Delores Shaffer, Judy Green, Dianne Wurm, Lolly Ray,
Dianne Watson, Martha Mayfield, Helen Harris, Margaret Lindsey.
Row 3: Joe Lary, Billy Ray, Hugh Keller, Nancy Quinn, Sara Jane
Brookover, Carol Hughes, Annette Walker, Glenn Bowen, Peter
Grohse, Gary Petry.
Row 'l: Jackie Weston, Emalyn Savage, Lynda Williams, Louise
Besant, Mickey Deese, Dorothy Lowery, Anna Davis, Rebecca Wright,
Judy Deason. Row 2: Sue Ellen Griffin, Gwen Oswalt, Marian
Wilson, Carol Copeland, Frans Phillips, .Anne Kilgrow, Sally Johnson,
Row 'l: Clifton Harris, Reita Stone, Linda Tubb, Lana Johnson,
Dorothy Hood, Jane Banks, Nan Taylor, Jim Herman, Jim Bowman,
Betty Jane Hull. Raw 2: Ann Patton, David Miller, Jim Marlowe,
Martha Rice, Joan Crawford. Row 3: Lynette Bostick, Betty Sims,
Patsy Smith, Alice Crume, Myrial Bridgers, Linda Nelson, Judy
Cayley, Laura Stringfellow, Anita Hailey, Diana Cook.
Shirley Brown, John Webster, Cathy Dent, Ashley Smith, David
McDaniel, Roy Adams. Row 3: Chris Curtis, Mack Brown, Bill
Shamblin, Bill Barringer, Frank Greer, Jimmy Wilson, Donald Kyzer.
Row 'l: Donna Montgomery, Carlene Armingeon, Martha Hastings,
Sue Cannon, Butch Elkins, Barbara Bane, Sarah Ann Smith, Donna
Thomas, Carolyn Northcutt, Wanda Worthington, Nedra Woods.
Row 2: Louise Besont, Norma Lancaster, Cheryl Hildreth, Toni
Emmons, Sylvia Livermon, Judy Leavell, Eleanor Loughborough,
Rosalind Dupont, Lucy Brooks, Don Mills. Row 3: Gene Scott, Patsy
Smelley, Marcia Kirkley, Johnny McCary, Patricia Fondrem, Melba
Cozart, Bill Hallmark, Anne Askew, Judy Reynolds, Phebe Thomas,
Rickey Orr. Row 4: Richard Davidson, Jimmy Timmerman, Steve
Patrick, Jimmy Vanderpool, Jimmy Abernathy, Randy Walker,
Patricia McGlamery, Phillip Noland, Tommy Walker.
Le Cercle Francais Est un Actif Cercle
Among the most active clubs in the school has been
the French Club, electing queens, holding Carnivals, and
speaking French right and left. In October, the club held
the Halloween Carnival, in which Tony Emons was select-
ed Harvest Queen. Another big attention-getter was a
sort ot slave-tor-a-day auction held in spring. The French
Club Mademoiselle this year is Beth Cowden, elected by
FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS discuss America's French heritage with
Mrs. Terry, the sponsor. Officers are Marilyn Northcutt, Corres-
ponding Secretary, Donna Iverson, Second Vice-President, Robert
Hopper, President, Betsy Hoole, Historian, Rebecca Ingram, Reporter,
the members of the club.
French Club members were also busy during the French
Convention at the University of Alabama in March, at
which they acted as hosts, and during French Week, in
which T.l-l.S. students were reminded of our cultural heri-
tage trom France.
Gary Christian, First Vice-President, James LaMoreaux, Treasurer,
and Douglas Bellis, Chaplain. Not shown are Janet Welton, Re-
cording Secretary, and John Hewitt, Sergeant-at-arms.
Row 'l: Margaret Brasfield, Marilyn Northcutt, Judy Nisbet, Sally Wade. Row 3: Woody Latham, Pete Foster, Pete Cavert, Carole
Kirk, Gayle Ashley, Vera Montgomery, Margaret Cooper, Mary Deal, Faye Davis. Row 4: Don Palmer, Doug Graham, Tommy
Stewart. Row 2: Pam Butler, Gail Mizell, Marion Pearson, Kent Kendall, Tom Wear, Billy Davis, Al Cacldis, Karl Shumaker, Howard
White, Larry Beatus, Johnny Plott, Skip Laney, Doug Bellis, David Bassett.
Row l: Judy Galloway, Trudi Nelson, Shirley Zanthos, Marcia Owens,
Sally Hinton, Louise Moody, Marilyn Mangum, Beth Cowden, Jane
Wilson, Retha Everett, Marilyn Etheridge. Row 2: Kay Catrino,
Dale Christian, Tana Vining, Christine Rickett, Mitzi Brown, Jamie
Groseclose, Delores Madison, Carol Suther, Melinda Ralston, Carolyn
Row 2: Rebecca
Row 1: Ann Seebeck, Gail Hitson, Carole Jones.
Ingram, Linda Kent, Bob Hopper. Row 3: Jim
Reim. Row 3: F. B. Marks, Richard Key, Sissy Plott, Gary Achterhof
Judy Waugh, Cherry Chancy, Nancy Haring, Mary Jane Mathews,
Diane Dowdy, Joan Curry. Row 4: Ted Hamner, Larry Hibbler
Connie Strickland, Kay Jernigan, Richard Massi, Barbara Miller
Welton, Janet Arey,v Bob Mantel.
Row I: Helen Darcey, Jane Mills, Betsy Hoole, Carol Tatum, Donna
Iverson, Margaret Ingram, Linda Beams, Julia Emerson, Judy Tullos,
Joy Booth, Ann Winters, Pat White, Edna Vines. Row 2: Diane
West, Brenda McMillian, Phyllis Reese, Nancy Wright, Terria Wood,
Sharon Foster, Elizabeth Northrop, Beverly Hanes. Row 3: Rene
Chabannes, Cary Christian, Christy Raiford, Jean Nisbet, Martha
Standridge, June Carver, Whitney Menning, Netta Holley, Fern
Niehuss, Emma Kay Guin. Row 4: Sonny Hinton, Foss Smith, John
Hewitt, Mark Reynolds, Pete Orr, Mike Ford, Don Raab, Rickie
Winstead, Sissy Herrod, Larry Barnett, John Boschung.
French Club Observes French Recognition Day
On French Recognition Day, one of the highlights of tion of French Honor Society members is another big
the year for French students, those who made the highest event. An "A" average in French and a "B" average in
grades on national French tests are honored. The selec- other subiects are the requirements for this select group
Row 'I: Carole Jones, Gail Hitson, Ann Seebeck. Row 2: Janet Bagley, Bob Mantel, Edith Freudendorf, Jim La Moreaux, Bob
Arey, Janet Welton, Linda Kent, Rebecca Ingram. Row 3: Robert Hopper.
Row T: Mrs. Sellers, Billy Ray, Judy Beal, Emma Kay Guin, Gynn
Ozwalt, Barry Still, Mrs. Lyons. Row 2: Fred White, David Miller,
Gail Colee, Johnny Garrison, Regina Kinsaul, Carolyn Stewart
Gene Scott, Joe Lary, Eddie Stuckey, Richard McCook, Bob Worthy
Patti Hicks, Ed Pickett, Charles Mattson, Paul Rose, Mrs. Beal. Row Carol Curry, Michael Carr.
3: Ernie Harrison, Joe Sullivan, Kathleen Roberts, Marian Wilson,
Science Club Sponsors Science Fair
This year the Science Club has sponsored the local
Science Fair in March, participated in the regional Sci-
ence Fair, and presented entertainment for the Junior
Academy ot Science meeting in April. The club has visited
SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS, Mike Carr, Treasurer: Bob Worthy, Presi-
dent: Fred White, Vice-President: and Carol Curry, Secretary, discuss
plans for their next meeting. Not shown are Floyd Hosmer, Pub-
the computer at the University ot Alabama, Mound State
Park, and the arboretum near here, where members stud-
ied plants in their natural habitats.
licity Chairman: John Cruse, Parliamentarian: Mrs. Lyons, sponsor,
and Mrs. Beal, Mrs. Sellers, Mrs. Pierce, and Mrs. Martin, co-sponsors.
Row 1: Sandra Tappscott, Alice Crume, Donna Iverson, Cheryl
Hildreth, Janet Arey, Margaret Lindsey, Mary Jane Mathews, Martha
Mayfield, Karen Boozer, Linda Stallings, Brenda Chunn, Carolyn
Clarke, Martha Standridge, Gene Scott, Ann Winters, Ronald Davis,
Mrs. Marion Smith. Row 21 Rickie Winstead, Sharon Foster, Sheila
Terrill, Margaret Cooper, Diane Dowdy, Judy Beal, Robert Hopper,
Linda Armstrong, Libby Gray, Katherine Doster, Fay McBryde, Pat
White, Mary Jane Giles, Becky Rhodes. Row 3: Rene Chabannes,
Teresa Taylor, Jane Adams, Karen Allen, Dora Jane Collins, Pete
Covert, Foss Smith, Brenda Rhone, Annette Walker, Anita Hailey,
Carol Harrison, Bob Worthy.
Math Club Promotes Individual Study of Math
The Math Club, Mu Alpha Theta, is the local chapter
of a national honorary society for recognition of superior
achievement in mathematics. Members must be in their
third or fourth year of college-preparatory math and
have ci high average in all subjects. The T.H.S. chapter
encourages individual exploration of higher mathematics
by providing an everegrowing math library. Members
present the results of their study ot Math Club programs.
Meetings this year have included programs on the uses
ot binary numbers, non-euclidian geometry, and irrational
and complex numbers. Mrs. Smith is the sponsor.
MATH CLUB OFFICERS Ann Lee, Secretary, Carol Curry, Vice-Presi- designed to make learning trig fun.
dent, and Foss Smith, President, investigate, the new "Trigtracker,"
Row 1: Bob Gribbin, Martha Bennett, Louise Besant, Carolyn Darden,
Ann Seebeck, Judy Pugh, Beverly Hawley, Sally Kirk, Betty Jane
Hall, Judy Green. Row 2: Richard Massi, James Cobble, Walter
Larson, Patti Hicks, Joan Crawford, Susan Heller, Mitzi Brown,
Jackie Weston, Evelyn Raiford, Bill Brock. Row 3: Pat Hayes, Jerry
Humphries, Bob Shamblin, Bill Shamblin, Kathy Sherer, Kay Pritch-
ett, Ann Banks, Freddy Swanson, Susan Holloman, Ed Pickett, Diane
Cook, Robert Bagley. Row 4: Bill Barrinegr, Rusty Dockery, Bill
Scott, Kendall Clark, Joe Lary, John Pickens, Abigail Toffel, Cathy
Dent, Kay Jernigam, Ernie Harrison, Joe Sullivan.
F.D.A. Emphasizes Engineering
The Mechanical Drawing Club is the local chapter of
the Future Draftsmen of America. This group, organized
in l956, provides an opportunity for those interested in
Row l: Ronald Kyser, Pat Hayes, Ed Pickett, Rufus Moore, Jerry
Wilkins. Row 2: Charles Mattson, Bob Shamblin, David Driscoll,
future careers in engineering to meet together and study
the opportunities open to those in the engineering pro-
fession. Mr. Donner is the sponsor.
Bill Scott, Alan Hofstetter. Row 3: Bill Shamblin, Mike Hoggle,
Tommy Dean, Tommy McMullen, Lamar Junkins.
Row 'l: Pamela Mitchell, Patsy Bruce, Marion Pearson, Ed Pickett, ton, Martha Stewart, Karen Allen, Sammie Jean Ryan, Jane Adams,
Dole Christian, Patti Hicks, Jimmy Adams, Carol Pennington, Nancy Jane Collins, Mary Stewart, Linda Beams, Ken Kellum, Row 4:
Quinn, Betsy Hoole. Row 2: Janet Arey, Carol Strickland, Patsy Sonny Hinton, Patricia Bennett, Eddie Stucky, Ronny Pugh, Ruby
Whatley, Lynn Falgout, Shirley Brown, Warren Day, Richard Cald- Fay Taylor, Linda Skinner, Rebecca Glenn, Bette Bates, Jody Hayes.
well, Rufus Moore, Phil Hargle. Row 3: Katherine Doster, Judy Hor-
Historical Society Begins Second Year
One of the biggest proiects ot the Historical Society this in the Alabama Historical Society pilgrimage to Marion,
year has been to make itself known to the student body. Alabama.
Through several well-publicized protects the new club has Historical Society members have also been busy help-
become very much a part of student lite. ing catalogue the names ot persons buried in Evergreen
On November 6 the club's members rode from Besse- Cemetery. The list will be made available to libraries
mer to Tuscaloosa on the GENERAL, a train dating back tor use by historians and by those who wish to know
to the Civil War. On October 27 the club participated about particular early residents of Tuscaloosa.
HISTORICAL SOCIETY officers and sponsor gather data about local Hicks, Vice-President, Phil Hargle, Treasurer, Sam Mitchell, Reporter,
history. They are Mr. Clinton, Sponsor, Betsy Hoole, President, Katherine Doster, Secretary, Janet Arey, Second Vice-President-
Sonny Hinton, Second Vice-President, Nancy Quinn, Historian, Patti and Ken Kellum, Chaplain.
Raw 1: Sissy Plott, Sarah Hinton, Martha Essary, Anna Davis, Anne Jane Collins, Mary Stewart, Linda Beams, Ken Kellum, Sonny
Kilgrcw, Amelia Kyle, Don Guyer, Katherine Doster, Judy Horton, Hinton, Patricia Bennett, Eddie Stuckey, Billy Kirby, Rubye Fay
Martha Stewart, Karen Allen, Sammy Jean Ryan, Jane Adams, Taylor, Linda Skinner, Rebecca Glenn, Bette Bates, Jody Hayes.
Library Assistants Shelve and Dust
Keeping books in their proper places and tree from Cain, Rebecca Ingram, and Carolyn Darden.
dust and running errands for the librarians are the most
important iobs that the library assistants have. "I iust
don't know what we'd do without them," Mrs. Howard,
head librarian, says. This year the assistants are Patricia
Carolyn Dardin, Pam Mitchell, Mrs. Terrill, Rebecca Ingram, Mrs. Darden, Mary Jane Matthews, Mr. Howard Patricia Guin
The library monitors, who are also pictured below,
sometimes run errands or do other iobs tor the library
statt. Their most important function, however, is to
check passes of students entering or leaving the library.
Row 1: Reita Stone, Patty Savage, Donna Thomas, Leska Turner,
Lauralee Stapp, Robin Carson, Modell Butler, Linda Yarbrough,
Didi Fletcher. Row 2: Judy Vanderpool, Beth Cowden, Toni Emmons,
Susan Holloman, Patsy Whatley, Jinx Sandusky, Libby Gray, Delaney
Holaday, Fern Niehuss. Row 3: Diane Barringer, Linda Johnson,
Judy Farley, Beth Caldwell, Susan Heller. Row 4: Mike Williams,
Don Johnson, John Reed, Paul Kennedy, Johnny Williams, Bill
Taylor, Joe Wood, Richard Massi, Mr. Kerr.
Art Club Members Decorate and Create
Major projects of the Art Club this year have been the
making of decorations for school social events and plays.
Club members have made bare walls attractive tor the
Homecoming festivities, the Beauty Walk, and the Junior-
Senior Prom. They made the set for "The Night ot Janu-
ary Sixteenthf' a play put on by the Greasepainters.
ln addition to these proiects Art Club members have
participated individually in several important art contests.
AMID THE BUSTLE of the art room, Art Club officers Didi Fletcher, retary-Treasurer, work on posters for art class.
Vice-President: Mike Williams, President, and Beth Caldwell, Sec-
Row 'l: Ronald Davis, Elaine Alexander, Mary Tillotscn, Carol Curry,
Richard Rhone. Row 2: Doug Bellis, Sammy Maze, Bob Hopper,
Stan Hammack, Linda Yarbrough, Patsy Whatley, Jim Brock, Mrs.
Alexander. Row 3: Larry Beatus, Walter Larson, Karen Boozer.
Joan Curry, Jackie Hatmaker, Helen Harris. Row 4: Tom Ashby,
Ed Pickett, Skip Laney, Pat Roberts, Linda Grimes, William Allen,
Ken Kellum, Richard Massi.
Forensic League Members Speak Uut
Forensic League members find that the club participates
in speech activities to suit every taste. Serious-minded
members enioy debate and extemporaneous speaking,
those who like iokes enioy after-dinner speaking. Almost
every member likes oral interpretation of poetry.
In January the club sponsored a contest in oral inter-
pretation, extemp speaking, and after-dinner speaking.
FORENSIC LEAGUE OFFICERS Mary Tillotson, Vice-President, Robert
Bagley, Treasurer, Ronald Davis, President, Elaine Alexander,
Winners in this contest had quite a tradition to maintain,
for last year's winners had won several superior awards
in state competition.
The Forensic League has also participated in several
debate clinics and tournaments both on the regional and
Secretary, and Carol Curry Reporter, inspect part of the small
mountain of debate material which club members work with.
Row T: Susan Heller, David McDaniel, Helen Harris, Mrs. Janice
Rankin. Row 2: Joe Anders, Jerry Lake, Norma Lancaster, Yalonda
Duncan, Brenda Dockery, Mary Ann Guin, Patsy Whatley, Linda
Yarbrough, Stan Hammack. Row 3: Diane Rainer, Stella Riley, Con-
nie Hunsford, Carol Joyner, Joan Crawford, Barbara Miller, Pam
Butler, Paula White. Row 4: Libby Gray, Edith Freudendorf, Carolyn
Fairchild, Sandra Meggs, Rosalind DuPont, Debbie Herring, Pat
Roberts, Mary Bama Farr, Richard Snow. Row 5: Ed Pickett, Bob
Hopper, Susan Giles, Jun Calhoun, Vicki Earnest, William Allen,
Beverly Hawley, Jackie Hatmaker, John Boschung.
Greasepainters Present Courtroom Drama
The most important project of the year for the Grease-
painters, Tuscaloosa High dramatic group, has been the
production ot "The Night of January Sixteenth," a court-
room drama in which leading citizens made up the jury,
actually voting on the verdict after the play was over.
lt was directed by Mrs. Rankin, speech teacher and spon-
sor ot the club, and by Mr. Sellers, a student teacher.
Other projects ot the year have included make-up and
stagecratt classes and helping Town and Gown Theater
when tht group presented a play in Tuscaloosa.
A tense scene is shown from "The Night of January Sixteenth," an
exciting murder trial. Mary Tillotson, the defendant, listens as
Joe Anders questions Mary Elliott.
Row 'l: Nina Crutcher, Nancy Hahn, Nedra Woods, Modell Butler.
Row 2: Carolyn Simmons, Joyce Wheeler, Sally Johnson, Carolyn
Strickland, Susan Nelson, Margaret Krupp, Skip Laney. Row 3:
Linda GrimeS, Jean Fielder, Sammy Maze, Gay Ray, Judy Leavell,
Becky Wakefield, Faye Davis, Joy McCracken. Row 4: Billy Ray,
Greg Coglefon, Walter Larson, Carol Curry, Richard Massi, Kathy
Randolph, Anita Hailey, Jackie Hansford. Row 5: Larry Beatus,
Richard Rhone, Dan McClusky, Tom Ashby, Joe Wood, Ralph Hay-
den, Jim La Moreaux, Mike English.
Projection Club Members Focus and Splice
The Projection Club is composed of boys who agree
to use their study hall periods to show films. At the
first of The year new members were shown The proper
Row l: Kenneth Twomey, David Miller, Bruce Jones, Jack Herndon,
Kenneth Adams, John Dodson, Don Hannah. Row 2: Denny Evans,
Jeff Tidmore, Joe Lee Hutt, Bob Spencer, Olen Hoggle, Lamar
Junkins, Mike English. Row 3 and 4: Kenneth Marlowe, Mike
Hunter, David Driscoll, Rusty Dockery, James Jones, Jan Holder,
use of the projector. Mr. Tarleton is the sponsor, there
are no officers.
Charles Smelley, Jerald lawley, Norman Mize, Sammy Seals, Cy
Homell, Rufus Moore, Richard Lindsey. Row 5: Don Hallmark, Paul
Rose, Barry Walker, Jimmy Cox, Clarence Brook, Steve Chandler,
Dennis Stewart, William Booth, Clarence Swindle.
BLACK WARRIOR Features City 0 Tuscaloosa
PATTI HICKS, VERSATILE editor of the BLACK
GUS ROBINSON, our indefatigable photog
WARRIOR has done her mom- rapher, is an honorary member of our staff
moth task well with the assistance of our advisor, Mrs. Evelyn Vibbart.
SUSAN NELSON, Louise Besant, and Business Editor Pamela
Mitchell with advisor Miss Ruby Gulley, have handled selling
BLACK WARRIORS and ads.
Deadlines to meet, pictures to identify, copy to writee
will the annual ever come out on time! These thoughts
are foremost in the minds of the BLACK WARRIOR staff
up until the last harrowing moment when everything is
done. The December and February deadlines have
sometimes brought threats of suicide from staff mem-
bers. The production of the BLACK WARRIOR is a re-
warding experience for all the staff, The discipline
of meeting deadlines, the creativity of writing, the delv-
ing into school events, the fellowship of the staff-all
have been shared experiences.
1 .... il I Q
COPY EDITOR Amelia Kyle and copy writer Joyce Tyler are, contrary to their custom,
not counting characters but instead are conferring with typist Camilla Canty.
ATHLETIC EDITOR Pete Foster and assistant
Warren Day have covered well all sports areas.
BUSY AT WORK, Mary Tillotson, Phelae Thomas, and Barbara
Brooks are shown here writing copy for underclass activities.
BETSY HOOLE, senior editor, Ronald Davis, assistant editor, and
Ann Lee, class editor, identify hundreds of T. H. S, students.
PATTY DAMERON, Business Manager, and
Chris Curtis, Editor-in-chief, file an issue of
BEAR FACTS in the scrapbook class.
BEAR FACTS WRITERS, Curtis Seay,
Jon Sasser, Larry Hibble, Jimmy Ad-
ams, Bob Hopper, Sissy Plott, Richard
Taylor, and Tom Ingram are shown
drawing up a page of the paper on
the blackboard. This procedure aids
in making the page well organized and
well balanced, BEAR FACTS tries to
cover all the curricular activities and
sports news in a fair manner.
BEAR FA CTS Cap tures
MS we eps takes 9, Award.
Through editorials and news stories, BEAR FACTS helps
to knit T. H. S. into an informed, united faculty and stu-
dent body. During the T962 conference ot the Alabama
High School Press Association at the University ot Ala-
bama, BEAR FACTS won the award tor the best high
school newspaper in the state. The paper's staff com-
poses a journalism class taught by Mrs. Wynell Burroughs,
BEAR FACTS sponsor. During the course of a school year
these reporters touch as many aspects ot curricular and
extra-curricular school life as possblie. It is the chron-
icler of T. H. S.
Billie J. Blair, and William Allen
EDITORIALS WRITTEN By the editors
have been timely ancl thought pro
voking. The need to correct and
amend some ofthe traditions of T H S
BEAR FACTS makes us think and con
sequently improve. On the staff are
Judy Gaddis, Anne Gibbons, Ray Ogil
vie, Mary Tillotson, Dean Kirkpatrick
PROUD BEAR FACTS writers gloat over their newly-won plaque which represents the
rating of their BEAR FACTS as the number one newspaper in the state. Shown here
are Pete Clark, Mrs. Burroughs, Greg Congleton, Patty Dameron, and Chris Curtis,
EMMA KAY GUIN, feature editor for
BEAR FACTS, supervises her staff, consist-
ing of Carol Copeland, Margaret Whit-
field, Debbie Herring, Kyle Weaver, Ash-
ley Smith, and Brenda Rhone, as they
work on the feature section of the BEAR
FACTS. They are comparing notes on in-
terviews of outstanding students to be fea-
tured in BEAR FACTS.
BEAR FACTS DEADLINES bring forth a flurry of activity by news writers. Shown here are Klinner Williams, Richard Rosenfeld, Marsha
Britt, Ralph Hayden, Jimmy Timmerman, Norma Lancaster, Jan McMinn, Eleanor Loughborough, and Suzan Woods.
OFFICERS OF THE Key Club are Warren Day, Vice-President, Taylor, Sweetheart, John Pickens, Chaplain, and Pettus Randall,
Al Mather, Secretary-Treasurer, John Caldwell, President, Nan International President.
Key Club Stands Out
Most of the school-affiliated clubs are organized for
the purpose of promoting some particular area of learn-
ing-art, speech, or a language. Others, such as the
Medical Careers Club and Future Teachers, are organ-
ized to teach students about a profession which they
might consider entering. The Key Club stands in marked
contrast to all these. Its purpose is pure and simple-
service to the school and the community by leaders
among teen-age boys.
In carrying out its ideal of service the Key Club has
found that one of the best ways of rendering service to
the community is by aiding the Salvation Army in its
work among the less fortunate. During the fall the Key
Club staged a drive to collect old clothes. Members
looked through their closets and contacted their friends.
When the drive was over, they were gratified to find
that they were able to turn over to the Salvation Army
over 2000 articles of clothing. Key Club members gave
their time as well as their old clothing to the Salvation
Army. During the Christmas season they could be seen
manning booths uptown helping to make the spirit of
An important fund-raising proiect for the Key Club
this year has been the parking of cars in the school
parking lot for people attending Alabama football
games. The club operated a shuttle-bus service to and
from Denny Stadium.
Row 1: Warren Day, Al Mather, Nan Taylor, John Caldwell, John
Pickens. Row 2: Ronnie Ezell, Ed Pickeif, Johnny Beauchamp, Cary
Williams, Mike Ford. Row 3: Tom Patton, Gaius Whitfield, Bob
TOM PATTON COLLECTS money for parking in school parking lol
and shuiile-bus service to and from an Alabama fooiball game.
Row 'lz Susan Woodley, Anne Faircloth, Patti Hicks, Carol Pen-
nington, Mary Helen Roberts, Rebecca Wright. Row 2: Susan
Crane, Mary Jane Matthews, Sally Johnson, Diane Stansell, Alice
Ann Duncan, Jean Henderson, Alice Baernstein. Row 3: Mrs.
Anchor Club Is New
The newly-organized Anchor Club fulfills the some
function for girls which the Key Club does for boys.
Both organizations emphasize service to school and
Members of the Anchor Club this year have carried
out their ideal of service in several ways. They col-
lected two baskets for needy families at Thanksgiving.
ANCHOR CLUB OFFICERS Rebecca Wright, Secretary, Kat
Pritchett, Treasurer, Cary Christian, President, and Ann Newman,
Boothe, Lana Johnson, Nancy O'Brien, Tana Vining, Alice Crume,
Marsha Owens, Dale Christian, Margaret Whitfield, Alice le-
Maistre, Ann Banks, Mrs. Patrick. Row 4: Carol Curry, Ricki
Winstead, Camilla Canty, Kat Pritchett, Kay Jernigan, Connie
Strickland, Ann Lee, Anacy Quinn, Estes Hayes.
S ervice Organ ization
During the Christmas season students were asked to
bring toys for underprivileged children. Anchor Club
members supervised the collection of these toys and
took them to three needy families.
The Anchor Club is sponsored by the Pilot Club of
Tuscaloosa. The faculty sponsors are Mrs. Boothe and
Vice-President help make toys for underprivileged children, put-
ting into practice the Anchor Club's ideal of service to the com-
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Row i: Sammy Maze, Sara McCarter, Dinah Hall, Harold Guy,
James Elmore, Dorothy Sparks, Ann Griffin, Mr. Wallace. Row 2:
Grace Edgeworth, Jackie Cooper, Phil Hargle, Betty Lake, Kate
Buck. Row 3: Joe Brown, Howell Sisco, Jimmy Wilson, Linda
Langford, Sandra Holcomb, Jeneva Bush, Melba Burt. Row 4:
Jack Sanders, Mike Grammer, Patricia Allen, J. W. Arendale,
Bobby Leroy. Not Pictured: Sarah Peters, Judy Sparks, Kay
Squires, Gerlon Redding, David Pearce, Jan Moore, Brady Frank-
lin, Robert Clifton.
D.E. Students Market and Distribute
D. E.-Distributive Education is a program of instruc-
tion which teaches marketing and distribution. Each
student works in the afternoon after attending four
periods in school and receives pay for this work as
well as two credits in school.
Students who are i6 or older and either iuniors or
D. E. CLUB officers Harold Guy, Vice-President, Sara McCarter,
Reporter, Grace Edgeworth, President, Kate Buck, Treasurer, and
seniors may apply for D. E. They are selected on the
basis of their school record and their desire to train in
a specific occupation.
D. E. is designed mainly for those students who are
not going to college. lt helps prepare them for the
future in their chosen occupation.
Melba Burt, Secretary, plan the varied activities of their club's
members in marketing and distribution.
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Nelson, Linda Kirk, Harriet Branton. Row 2: Martha Stewart,
Carolyn Stone, Barbara Gibson, Emily Clark, Mary Daniel, Kathy
Clement. Row 3: M. H. Sherer, Judy Horton, Jane lawrence,
Patsy Zeanah, Judy Tidmore, Sandra Pater, Sara Garner. Row 4:
Jerry Kuykendall, Gary Decker, James King, Rodney Mitchell,
Members 0 D.0. Club
With the coming of automation and increased num-
ber of workers, those who enter the labor market
without skills find it extremely difficulty to secure good
iobs. Members of the D.O. Club realize this and are
beginning now to gain useful skills in mechanics, medi-
cal technology, and other areas in which there is a
demand for skilled workers.
DAVID H. ALLEN works at Horton's Garage as an apprentice is earning money, and is getting two credits in school.
mechanic. He is learning a skill which will pay off later in life,
Row 1: John Allen, David Allen, Thomas Hoggle, Richard Allen, Carl Duncan, Dan Cunningham, David Gout. Row 3: Gilbert
Larry Daniels, Gene Bush, Leon Champion, Lavinia Hellums. Row Hedrick, Harry McCollum, David Allen, Andy Stone, Mike Mea-
2: Victor Spradley, Roy Lagrane, Gene Dockery, Jerry Glaze, dows, Joe Acre, Joe Aldridge, Johnny Williamson.
Learn Use ul Skllls
The main proiects of the D.O. Club this year have scholarship to a T. H. S. graduate. The club partici
been the selling of mums at Homecoming, the annual pated in both district and state conventions. Mr. Bar
employer-employee banquet, and the giving of a S250 don and Mr. Sherer are the sponsors.
MIKE MEADOWS IS state president of the D.O. Club, president Gene Bush is district president and reporter for the club.
of the local club, and first vice-president of the District.
Row 1: Brenda Cabaniss, Gayle Hayes, Karen Boozer, Brenda
Fleenor, Barbara Adams, Marie Jeffery, Kay Katrina, Donna Miller,
Judy Vaughn, Carol Brown, Donna Bailey, Phyllis Griffin. Row 2:
Margaret Roberts, Lily Mink, Lorene Swindle, Helen Reed, Beth
Byrd, Carolyn Nevin, Naoma Johnston, Alice Baernstein, Patricia
McCain, Loretta Dickey, Barbara Miller, Mary Foster. Row 3:
Janis Allford, Glenda Floyd, Marsha Kirkley, Beth Humphries, Martha
Hargrove, Linda Johnson, Jean Judd, Sandra Wiggins, Lynn Burgin,
Kathleen Roberts. Row 4: Carolyn Brewer, Linda Pennington, Sharon
Bagwell, Jennifer Hartley, Marcia Colburn, Brenda Burnette, Jean
Dutton, Sara Jane Brookover, Betty Jean Dunn, Jan Calhoun,
Future Homemakers Work Toward Improvement
F.H.A. members in Tuscaloosa High belong to a national
organization sponsored by both the Federal and State
governments. The club seeks to foster the development
ot creative leadership in home and community lite and
Row 1: Linda Blackwell, Judy Deason, Sherry Jeter, Wanda Worth-
ington, Lana Johnson, Mary Kate Meredith, Diane Waldrop, Marilyn
Etheridge, Nedra Woods, Kay Sullivan. Row 2: Elizabeth Harrison,
Connie Hansford, Judy Reynolds, Jane Banks, Melba Cozart, Helen
to further interest in home economics.
Club members work toward "degrees"-Junior Home-
maker, Chapter Homemaker, and State Homemaker-by
completing proiects in homemaking.
Hubbert, Linda Lindsey, Jenene Lowe. Row 3: Miss Liles, Margie
Smith, Brenda Wright, Linda Smitherson, Janice Boyd, Donna
Chancey, Linda Chandler, Rachel Proctor.
Row l: Sarah Stough, Rubye Johnson, Elizabeth Woollen, Shirley
Zanthos, Judy Galloway, Linda Campbell, Regina Mouchette, Bar-
bara Mallory, Dorothy Hood. Row 2: Faye Weaver, Lilian Garcia,
Carole Fincher, Jane Elkins, Barbara Espey, Anne Kilgrow, Martha
Mayfield, Carlene Armingeon, Billie Jo Seale, Joyce Wheeler.
Row 3: Mavis Pate, Peggy O'Bryant, Sue Parrott, Donnette Bolton,
Barbara Dean, Sharon Bohonnon, Rochelle Jones, Sandra Owens,
Barbara Beck, Joyce Hubbert. Row 4: Joyce Taylor, Barbara Jones,
Diane Rainer, Carolyn Elam, Wanda Guy, Elaine Fender, Gail
Carlsen, Pot Parsons, Linda Tubb, Bobby Logan, Judy Jackson,
Jackie Crawford, Linda Andrews.
in Personal and Community Living
Proiects undertaken by the T.H.S. chapter this year
have included the selling of cookbooks. Some of the
money from this proiect was used for improvements in
the Home Economics Department.
Row 'l: Susan Ezell, Jane Wilson, Jane Robertson, Jackie Griffin,
Andy Card, Janet Griffin, Linda Ledbetter, Sarah Ann Smith,
Trudi Nelson, Merwin Davis, Shelley Burnette, Mrs. Letitia Roberts,
Gloria Hempstead. Row 2: Vickie Meade, Betty Shirley, Judie
F.H.A. emphasizes good citizenship and helps its mem-
bers realize their civic responsibilities. This year F.H.A.
members sent gifts and money to the Alabama School
for the Deaf and Blind.
Wheeler, Merle Griffin, Rita Ezell, Jo Anne Raiford, Jean Lamb,
Judy Markham. Row 3: Connie Slade, Retha Everett, Sherry Brady,
Brenda Howard, Margie Baker, Joan Walker, Shirley Brown, Jackie
Hansford, DeLane Fitts, Gail McDaniel, Martha Livingston.
Snow, Patricia Fondren, Linda Welch, Ramona Gibson, Betty
Row 'l: Mrs. Janie Giles, Beverly Byars, Ivy Baker, Barbara Wilson,
Gaynelle Ray, Patsy Whatley, Betty Lee, Margo Buford, Mrs. James
Guin. Row 2: Gloria Hempstead, Janet Griffin, Wanda Dunn,
Brenda Bosch, Retha Everett, Marilyn Etheridge, Janice Culver,
Janice Hardy. Row 3: Joe Anders, Sarah Hinton, Sissy Plott, Emma
Kay Guin, Gail Colee, Judy Cayley, Barbara Sewell, Jennifer Hart-
ley, Regina Kinsaul. Not pictured-Mary Jane Giles.
Medical Careers Club is the First of its Kind in State
Members of the Medical Careers Club are proud that
their organization, formed in l96l, is the first of its kind
in the state. It is sponsored by the Women's Auxiliary of
the Tuscaloosa Medical Association.
Club members have heard a nurse, a medical tech-
nologist, a pharmicist, and a dietician tell of their re-
spective professions at various meetings of the club. They
Row 'l: Shirley Hayes, Carol Pennington, Sammy Maze, Diane
Watson, Marion Pearson, Sandra McAdams, Barbara Spearman,
Gary Petry. Row 2: Janice Corkren, Jane Adams, Janet Arey, Sara
Bailey, Linda Smitherman, Patricia McGlamery, Glenn Bowen.
have also had programs on appearance and per-
Officers are Gary Petry, President, Cary Petry, Vice-
President, Mary Jane Giles, Secretary, Sarah Bailey,
Treasurer, and Gloria Hempstead, Historian. Mrs. Janie
Giles, school nurse, is the sponsor.
Row 3: Ruby Hickey, Annette Swanson, Karen Allen, Becky Rhodes,
Mary Bama Farr, Barbara Miller, Larry Voit, Cary Petry. Row 4:
Ed Pickett, Sondra Stewart, Walter Larson, Richard Massi, Diane
Cook, Tom Ashby, Karl Shumaker, L. B. Feld, Al Caddis.
Row 'l: Barbara Stakem, laurene Lewis, Sandra Meggs, Patsy
Whatley, Donna Bailey, Mickey Dees, Andy Card, Diane Barringer,
Gayle Ashley. Row 2: Annette Tesney, Billie Blair, Gail Mizell,
Brenda Dockery, Gaynell Ray, Martha Williams, Dorothy Lawley,
Carol Suther. Row 3: Joy McCracken, Jane Adams, Karen Allen,
Janice Hammonds, Sharon Weaver, Sara Henline, Mary Foster,
Diane Harris, Marsha Britt. Row 4: Carol Novatnak, Helen Hub-
bert, Dora Jane Collins, Charlotte Rice, Kay Koeppel, Anita
Hailey, Jackie Griffin, Linda Yarbrough, Mrs. Letitia Roberts.
Junior Red Cross Remembers the Unfortunate
This year the Junior Red Cross has done its share to
make the world a better place in which to live. Members
have sold candy and doughnuts and have used the money
to give several parties at Partlow State School and to
make favors for Partlow, Bryce Hospital and Veterans
Row 1: Pam Butler, Judy Bailey, Nancy O'Brien, Jane Mills, Linda
Campbell, Margo Buford, Ellen Lewis, Margaret Krupp. Row 2:
Sylvia Crew, Jackie Nuckols, Gwen Sikes, Ernestine Dunn, Merwin
Davis, Jane Dobbins, Charlotte Vick, Delores Madison, Paula White,
Shirley Tubbs, Ed Pickett. Row 3: Estela Riley, JoAnne Raiford,
Club otticers are Billie Blair, President, Gay Ray, Vice-
President, Patsy Whatley, Secretary, Linda Yarbrough,
Treasurer, and Marsha Britt, Chaplain. Mrs. Roberts
is the sponsor.
Jean Nesbit, Becky Welton, Janice Cockren, Didi Fletcher, Richard
Massi, Carol Pennington, Carol Joyner. Row 4: Bill Alread, Doris
Bell, Rufus Moore, Donnie Hannah, Sally Johnson, Pete Foster,
Cathy Dent, Debbie Henry, Rose Mary Houck, Edith Freudendorf,
Abigail Toffel, Dean Kirkpatrick.
Row 'l: Nancy Hahn, Janet Griffin, Gail Roberts, Dorothy Lowery,
Margaret Krupp. Row 2: Patsy Bruce, Vickie Earnest, Linda Beams,
Betty Vaughn, Susan Nelson, Patsy Whatley, Nancy Yarbrough,
Jan Calhoun, Susan Heller. Row 3: Potty Dameron, Margaret
Cooper, Diane Dowdy, Doris Bell, Julia Emerson, Pom Butler, Jackie
Hatmaker, Mary Bama Farr, Yolanda Duncan, Anita Mclntosh.
Row 4: Mrs. Van Tassell, Dora Jane Collins, Becky Springfield,
Carol Strickland, Patsy Smith, Merle Griffin, Lynnette Bostick, Joan
Crawford, Diana Cook.
Future Teachers Observe Education Week
A number of interesting programs were seen by the
Future Teachers this year. At one meeting they heard an
exchange student tell about education in his country, at
another time a special education teacher talked about
her profession. The club gave a Halloween party at
Partlow State School.
The big project of the year was the observance of
American Education Week. At an assembly the club
presented a skit contrasting modern methods of teaching
with those employed in the good C?D old days.
Club officers are Susan Nelson, President, Jan Calhoun,
Vice-President, Linda Beans, Secretary, Frans Phillips,
Chaplain, and Lynette Bostick, Historian. Mrs. Van Tassel
is the sponsor.
PICTURED BELOW ARE those who took part in a skit presented Butler, Marian Wilson, Lynette Bostick, Linda Beams, and
during Education Week. They were Patsy Bruce, Merle Griffin, Diane Dowdy.
Patsy Smith, Margaret Krupp, Nancy Yarbrough, Susan Nelson, Pam
Row 'l: Ellen Ashley, .loan McWaters, Sandy Brannen, Sue Col- Bell, Mary Linda Baker, Virginia McCaddon, Jerry Cockrell.
burn, Gayle Byrd. Row 2: Woody Browder, Bill Benton, Helen Row 3: Joe V. Summers, Eloise Johnson, Sandra Brumbeloe, Joe
West, James Harris.
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Pep squad members provide a backlog of strength
for cheerleaders, band, and team. Sitting in a special
place in the stadium, they wear T.H.S. colors and cheer
loud and long. Ann Banks is president of the club.
SPIRIT IS SO high in our school that almost every member of
T.H.S. provides a laboratory for student teachers
from the University of Alabama who plan to teach in
secondary schools. Twice a year we welcome about
seventy-five college students who work with our teach-
ers and pupils.
the student body goes out for the Pep Squad. Witness the large
crowd present for this picture.
Row 1: John Caldwell, Gary Walters, Jim Marlowe, Joe Simon,
George Styles, Al Kincaid. Row 2: Skip Cannon, Benny Tucker,
Warren Day, Jay Smith, Dwayne Archibald, Dwrain Winstead.
Row 3: Gary Byrd, Don Barksclale, Ray McCracken, Ted Williams,
Hank Herrod, Don Hallmark, Harold Davis.
Athletes Continue T.H.S. 's Proud Tradition
Winter is the season for Red Letter Sweaters. Best
girl friends welcome this time of year as well as all our
athletes who proudly wear the red letter.
Membership in the Recl Letter Club is signified by a
certificate of award for lettering and a black letter
sweater. The symbol of the sport in which a boy has
Row l: Jim Newman, Curtis Seay, Jerry Evans, Ed Pickett, Sonny
Logan, Jim Bowman, Bob Gribbin, Jackie Cooper, Carey Williams,
Charles Fleming. Row 2: F. B. Marks, Wilber Manderson, Frank
distinguished himself is placed in the red T on the sweat-
er. Letters are given in football, basketball, baseball,
track, swimming, golf, and tennis.
Members of the Red Letter Club this year carry for-
ward the tradition of excellence in athletics at Tusca-
Adams, Pete Foster, Sammy Seals, Randy Walker. Row 3: Troy
Allen, O. K. Bryant, Mike Stevens, David Miller, Tommy Sexton,
Hank Herrod. Row 4: Clifford Burrage, Doug Hollihand, John
Pickens, Earl Compton, Tommy Kendall, Bill Alread.
"WE'RE NUMBER ONE lin Tuscaloosa CountyJl" cheer cheer- Canty, Connie Strickland, Estes Hayes, Jean Nisbet, and Lana
leaders Rebecca Wright, Alice Ann Duncan, Kat Pritchett, Camilla Johnson. Our cheerleaders always see the bright side.
Cheerleaders Add Glamour to Athletics
Since the completion of try-outs the cheerleaders have
been practicing chants, pyramids, and cheers. Ability,
pep, acrobatics, and general attractiveness are the
qualities required for cheerleading.
This year's cheerleaders acted out several skits at the
pep rallies. Ever striving to increase school spirit, the
cheerleaders practiced every afternoon, hung posters
in the halls for homecoming, sold shakers at football
games, and promoted stickers to be worn on the day of
a football game.
The sponsor of the cheerleaders this year is Mrs. Kemp.
WITH HILLBILLY ATTIRE, snag teeth, bare feet, these grinning T.H.S. students at an assembly iust before the annual County High
cheerleaders appeared in an hilarious skit much to the delight of game, one of the most exciting of the year.
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Tough Schedule, Tough Breaks
ln the true tradition of Tuscaloosa teams, the 1962
Black Bears showed spirit, determination, and tremendous
courage throughout the season, compiling a respectable
5 won, 3 lost and 2 tied record .
With only IO lettermen returning from last year's
team, and the usual back-breaking schedule, the young
Bruins were not expected by "experts" to win more than
2 or 3. They were not, however, considering guidance
given to the .Bears by coaches Billy Henderson, Tom
Tarleton, Tom Danner, and Marion Pearson.
Tuscaloosa's gridsters upset the oddsmaker twice by
scoring 7-7 ties with Lanier, ranked 8th, and Ensley,
ranked 3rd. Five Bruins were named to the l962 All-
County Team. They were Senior fullback Joe Simon,
Senior tackle Ray McCracken, Senior halfback Dwayne
Winstead, Senior guard Hank Herrod, and Junior center
Jay Smith. Hank Herrod was an All-State choice, with
Smith and Simon receiving honorable mention.
SOPHOMORE PAYNE WRIGHT turns Lee's end for
ROW 1: M. Mysinger, P. Wright, D. Davis, Ford, Tidmore, Walters, Cavert, Wedgeworth, Styles, Thompson, Day, Byrd, Herrod, Marl' ' ,,
Davidson. Row 2: Coach Tarleton, Coach Pierson, Simon, Kincaid, Bowman, mgr.p S. Cannon, Graham, Riley, Archibald, Smith. Z.,
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COACH TOM DANNER, Coach Marion Pierson, Coach Billy Henderson, Coach Tom Tarleton
MARLOWE PICKS UP big yardage against lee.
McCracken, Williams, H. Davis, Tucker, Tubbs, Armstrong, Patton, Flemming, mgr.p Coach Danner, Coach Henderson. Row 3: Latham,
Bodin, Winstead, Boteler, Jacobs, l. Jones, Whitfield, Truhett, Wilson, Brown, Beard, S. Cannon, Bardon, P. Mysinger, Earnest, Harless,
Averette, J. Davis, Caldwell.
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DWAYNE WINSTEAD PICKS up valuable yardage against Phillips.
A relentless Tuscaloosa drive in the second half ended
in a touchdown as the Black Bears came from behind to
gain a 7-7'deadlock with the Sidney Lanier Poets.
Sophomore Payne Wright led the drive with runs ot
l9 and T5 yards. The touchdown was scored on a 6-
yard run by Dwayne Winstead. Johnny Jacobs kicked
the extra point to tie the game.
Standouts on defense for Tuscaloosa were ends Dwayne
Archibald and Mike Riley.
A Bear tally in the waning moments enabled the
Bruins to wrest a 7-O victory over Bessemer's Tigers. The
winning T.D. followed a blocked punt on the Bessemer 36
yard line. The Bears scored in tive plays, with Junior
quarterback Warren Day carrying for 26 vital yards on
two carries. Al Kincaid plunged over from the two,
Johnny Jacobs kicked goal, and that's all she wrote.
Outstanding were Joe Simon's punting, the defensive
play of Hank G. Herrod, "Jay Bird" Smith and Ray
McCracken, along with the clutch running of Day.
Honorable mention All-
To Be Filled by Talented Returnees
Fighting back from a O-7 halftime score, the Black
Bears downed the Colonels I4-7.
Quarterback Jim Marlowe engineered the first touch-
down drive with a 51-yard pass to Dwayne Archibald
down to the four-yard line.
Cannon for the T.D.
Then he passed to Skip
Row I: Covert, Caldwell,
Armstrong, Walters, Mar-
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Brown, Williams, Herrod
Byrd, Styles, Simon, Aver-
The second Bear touchdown came after Jay Smith
grabbed a Woodlawn pass and ran it back to the
CoIoneI's four. Joe Simon got the touchdown on two
Simon, Cannon, and Marlowe sparked the team on
offense while Jay Smith and Dwayne Archibald led
the team on defense. W
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The Black Bears fell to the Phillips High Raiders for
the third time in four years in a heartbreaking 6-O bout.
Time and again Bear drives were fumbled away short of
The defensive troops were as devastating as ever,
continually harassing Raider backs. Particularly out-
standing was the iob done by Senior safety-man Gary
Walters, who intercepted a pass to stop a certain score,
and made many clutch tackles. Also coming through
with a great game was Junior Jay Smith, who blocked
Jim Marlowe came back to his early-season form to
lead the Bear offense. Joe Simon and Payne Wright
also stood out as ball carriers.
A MOST DEPENDABLE duo: Soph. quarterback Al Kincaid
holds as "Old Faithful" Johnny Jacobs kicks.
Honorable Mention All-
Herrod, Smith, Simon Chosen
WINSTEAD FENDS OFF o Lee blocker and pre-
pares to make the stop. Hallmark, McCracken and
Herrod move up to help.
The gallant Bruins put on an inspired showing before
a Homecoming crowd as they battled the vaunted Robert
E. Lee Generals to a 7-7 standstill at half-time, and suc-
cumbed to their own costly mistakes in the final seg-
ment. Fumbles and other miseries plagued the Bears
throughout the second half, and the Generals scored
twice to take away a 21-7 victory.
Dwayne Winstead led the Bears to a touchdown in
the second period, dashing 47 yards to the Lee three.
QB. Jim Marlowe, playing in a heavy back brace,
plunged it over from the one, two plays later.
Winstead rushed for 87 yards to lead in that depart-
ment, and played an outstanding defensive game. Joe
Simon and Jim Marlowe also played well on offense. The
defense was again led by Hank Herrod, supported ably
by Ray McCracken, Harold Davis, and Simon.
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Playing up to full potential, the inspired Bruins ot
T.l-LS. soundly whipped Ensley's 3rd ranked Yellow-
jackets, but were awarded only a tie.
Jimmy Marlowe, fully recovered from a serious back
iniury, played his greatest game. His fine running and
the pin-point accuracy ot his passes ate up the maiority
ot the Bear yardage. Joe Simon, John Caldwell, and
Dwayne Winstead, Marlowe's mates in the backfield,
also played exceptionally well. Winstead made an un-
believable catch in the end zone for a TD., only to have
it called back.
The Bear tally came when Junior Steve Bodin scooped
up an Ensley tumble and sped 40 yards for a score.
Johnny Jacobs kicked the P.A.T.
Defensive stalwarts were Hank Herrod, who was
named "Lineman ot the Week" tor his performance, Jay
Smith and Ray McCracken.
BEARS SUlT UP before "posing" for B.W. pictures.
County High Falls Again - 14-60
JAY SMITH, Dwayne Archibald contain All-State Warren of Lee.
JOE SIMON FLIES through the air as .lim Marlowe and Payne
Wright fake around end.
After an unbelievable run of bad breaks, the Bruins
lost a 20-7 decision to the Anniston Bulldogs. Leading
7-O going into the final period, fumbles and interceptions
"gave" the Bulldogs Three touchdowns.
The T.H.S. score came on a 69-yard first period drive.
High point of the scoring march was a 31-yard pass from
Sophomore quarterback AI Kincaid to end Don Barks-
dale. Caldwell got the T.D. on a 4-yard plunge.
Jim Marlowe scored two T.D.'s to lead the Bears to a
13-O victory over our across-the-river rival, County High.
Marlowe opened the first touchdown drive with a 19-
yard scamper to the Cat's 34. He then passed to Payne
Wright down to the 25-yard line and to Caldwell for
sixteen more yards to the four. After short gains by
Simon, Marlowe plunged in from one yard out.
The second score came from a drive which started at
the Bear 12 and ended with Marlowe carrying the ball
over from the one.
Tuscaloosa ended the season with a 19-13 win over
Coffee. The Bear offense, sparked by Marlowe and
Simon, scored in each for the first three periods. Mar-
lowe led the offense with 81 yards total offense, while
Simon added 56, Winstead 34, and Caldwell 18.
An inspired Tuscaloosa defense was led by .lay Smith,
Hank Herrod, and Ray McCracken.
Swimmers Dominate the State
STATE CHAMP O. K. Bryant gets set for the start of a race with Soph.
The T.H.S. Swimming team, defending state champs,
is a good bet to repeat in '63. O.K. Bryant, record
holder in the breaststroke event, is top man on the team.
The medley relay team of Bryant, Dave Miller, Cary Wil-
liams, and Troy Allen should be the state's best.
Coach Gene Newsome has nine lettermen returning:
Bryant, Williams, Miller, Allen, Mike Stevens, Curtis Seay,
Bob Gribbin, Jim Newman, F. B. Marks.
SENIOR CAPTAINS FOR '63, Mike Stevens and
Row 'l: C. Williams, Seay, Gribbin,
Stevens, Miller. Row 2: Allen, Marks,
D. Williams, Brock, Huey, Scott. Row
3: Anderson, Lightfoot, Newman, Tay-
lor, Clark, Raab.
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COACH TOM DANNER, excellent
director of track team, inspires his
charges to oufsianding performance.
JOHN CALDWELL, the All-American Boy,
passes Ed Pickett in the slreich.
Row 'lz laFoy, Boycl, McLaughlin, Freeman, Lawrence, Duran. Row 2: Porter, Thompson, Bodin,
Caldwell, Day, Burneh, Webster, Winsfead. Row 3: Ross, Montgomery, Lawson, Cannon,
Burrage, Barringer, Piclzeh, Baker, Williams, Logan.
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Track Team a Perennial State Power
SEVERAL MEMBERS of the Bruin track team take "The pause that refreshes" and pose for the B.W.
Coach Tom Danner is looking forward to a very suc-
cessful track season this year. His high hopes are based
on six returning lettermen cmd several other hopefuls.
The mile relay team, made up of John Caldwell, Warren
Day, Clifford Burrage, and Wayne Porter is expected to
SONNY LOGAN, SENIOR, one of Ala-
bama's finest weightmen.
performer in the shot-put and dis-
be good this year. Sonny Logan and Ted Williams will
be strong contenders for the shot put and discus. War-
ren Day will run the hurdles for the cindermen.
If everything goes well, the Bears ought to be in the
state's top rankings.
SENIOR, c steady
Baseball Team: Young, Fast,
The Bruin baseball team expects a banner year in '63.
Four experienced pitchers, coupled with several top bat-
ters return. Senior Don Barksdale, a regular for two
years should be one of the better pitchers in Alabama,
and Sophomore Tommy Sexton, an outfielder, should be
one of the leading batters.
Senior infielder John Caldwell, Junior infielder Ran-
dy Walker, Sophomore Jerry Evans, Payne Wright, Catch-
er Al Kincaid, Pitchers Sammy Seals, Jackie Cooper and
Dwayne Archibald are the other lettermen returning.
Also expected to help out are Skip Cannon, Benny Tuck-
er, Harold Davis and Jimmy Boteler.
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Cooper and Don Barksdalo pose with '62
Coach Claude Cranford.
Underclassmen Dominate Baseball Team
JERRY EVANS-Junior 2nd. b
RANDY WALKER-Junior 3rd, base
AL KINCAID-Sophomore Caich
Tennis, Golf Teams Aim High in '63
KNEELING: Joe Anders, Foss Smith. Standing: John Pickens
Bill Shamblin, Tommy Kendall.
TENNIS - T963
The tennis team, defending Alabama and Southern
high school champions, expects to do at least as well
this year. Losing only one player from the 1962 squad,
the Black Bear net men should once again reign supreme
in high school ranks. Lettermen returning are John
Pickens, Tommy Kendall, Foss Smith, Joe Anders and Bill
Although many fine golfers were lost via graduation
and transfers, the i963 team expects to do very well this
year. The team consists of Juniors Shep Park, Bob Pritch-
ett, and Malcolm Laney, Sophornores Greg Lockard, Torn
Patton, and Marty Van Tassell.
MARTY VAN TASSEL, Bob Pritchett, Tom Patton, Skip Laney, Shep Pork.
The Pride of Tuscaloosa
Row 1: Charlie Fleming, Mgr., Dennis Holcomb, Jim Marlowe, Hank Herrod, Bill Alread, Tommy Kendall, Jim Bowman, Mgr. Row ll: Coac
Tarleton, Lonnie Minor, Doug Hollyhand, Earl Compton, Greg Horn, John Pickens, Randy Walker, Coach Pierson.
Mortimer Jordan 34
Shades Valley 52
Shades Valley Invitational
John Carroll 51
Tuscaloosa County High 34
Walker County 27
Confederate Conference Tournament
Carbon Hill 41
Tuscaloosa County High 34
Shades Valley 39
Robert E. Lee 34
Tuscaloosa County High 34
Fifth District Tournament
West End 39
Hewitt-Trussvil le 43
Tuscaloosa County High 28
Brand New Team, But The Same
HANK, JIMMY, TOMMY, AND JOHN proudly show off some of T.H.S.'s bas-
ketball awards to our admiring cheerleaders.
The Black Bear basketball team, 1962-63 edition, com-
posed of one starter and one reserve from the great
1961-62 squad, astounded the so-called experts around
the state by compiling a tremendous 29-3 record, all
three losses to State champion Sidney Lanier, beating
Lanier twice in regular season play. The Bruins also won
the Confederate Conference Championship, 5th District
Championship, and came in second in the State Tourna-
ment, falling to a Lanier team having one of its best nights
ever. Coach Tom TarIeton's Bruins were named the No. 1
team in Alabama at the end of the regular season.
John Pickens was named to the All-Tournament team
in each Tournament entered, was named to the Con-
federate Conference All-Star squad, first team All-State,
and was Most Valuable Player in both the 5th District
and State Tournament. Earl Compton was named to
the All-Tournament 5th District team, Bill Alread to the
State All-Tournament squad, and both received honor-
able mention All-State.
JIM MARLOWE-Senior Guard
"BIG BILL" ALREAD-Senior Forward
Old Story: Bruins Finish 29-3
BRUIN DEFENSE SHOWS up as "Duke" Compton, John Pickens, Bill Alread
harass a Lee ball-handler.
Coach Tom Tarleton, whose teams have finished l-3-2
in the State in the past three years, did a magnificent
job this year. The team, as a whole, put out HO per
cent effort all year. The l963 Black Warrior salutes
John Pickens, Bill Alread, Doug Hollyhand, Hank Herrod,
Earl Compton, Jim Marlowe, Tommy Kendall, Lonnie Mi-
nor, Dennis Holcomb, Randy Walker, Greg Horn and
Daniel Cummings, members of our No. 1 basketball team,
and to Coach Tarleton, our No. l coach.
JOHN PICKENS-Senior Forward
EARL COMPTON-Senior Center
School Spirit Reaches Peak As
RANDY WALKER-Junior Guard
PICKENS, COMPTON, HOLLYHAND shut out Robert E. Lee io ge? this one,
HANK HERROD-Senior Guard DOUG HOLLYHAND-Senior Guard TOMMY KENDALI.-Junior Guard
Bruins Down Poets 47-41
The old Tuscaloosa High-Sidney Lanier basketball ri-
valry dominated the state spotlight in i962-63. Lanier's
Poets took the first two, one in the finals of the Shades
Valley Tournament, the other in the Confederate Con-
ference Tourney. The Bears come right back after the
loss, built up a 20 game win streak of their own snap-
ping Lanier's 29 game streak in Tuscaloosa, 47-41, then
went to Montgomery and again spanked the Poets 35-Sl.
The teams met for a final time in the state tourney fi-
nals, with Lanier, fresh from an early, semi-final victory,
winning 57-42 over a tired, but valiant Tuscaloosa squad.
JUNIOR TOMMY KENDALL shows the form displayed by
all the Bruins cs Lanier was defeated 47441.
JUBILANT CROWDS HOIST "Big Bill" to their shoulders after the
Bruins snapped l.anier's win streak at 29.
LONNIE MINOR-Junior Forward
Six Seniors To Depart, But
EARL COMPTON, Doug Hollyhand, Tommy Kendall surround Banks players
and await u rebound.
MEMBERS OF THE TEAM watch intently as others perform at "Spec-
Six More Return For a Bright Future '
ALREAD, ONE OF the state's top rebounders, and Tommy Kendall give some
Jets an example of their skill.
Graduating from the i962-63 Black Bear basketball
team are .lohn Pickens, Three year letterman, Bill Alread,
Doug Hollyhand, Jim Marlowe, Earl Compton, two year
Iettermen, and Hank Herrod, who missed last season due
to a broken leg.
To compensate for the loss of these fine players, Coach
Tarleton has returning Tommy Kendall, 6'l" iunior who
lettered as a sophomore last year, Randy Walker, 5'lO"
iunior, Dennis Holcomb, 6'l" iunior, Lonnie Minor, 6'5"
junior, Greg Horn, 6'5V2" sophomore, and Daniel Cum-
mings, 6'5" sophomore. Along with several prom-
ising "B" teamers, this group promises to be a contender
for state honors again next year.
LEADING SCORER John Pickens lays one
as Compton and Hollyhand wait for a
bound that won't come down.
EARL HOOKS ONE during pre-game warm
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B Team Provides Future Stars
Row I: Sexton, Whitfield, Kirk, Payne, T. Patton, Mdenkins, Kincaid. Row Il: Hallmark, Sanders, Thompson
Krup, Hibbler, Goode, Cummings, Radcliff, B. Patton, Coach Marion Pearson.
This year's "B" team, made up mostly of sophomores,
showed that Tuscaloosa's varsity squads will be in fine
shape in the coming years. Coach "Pete" Pearson's
boys, led by Gaius Whitfield, Daniel Cummings, Tom
Patton, Bill Patton, Al Kincaid, Dennis Holcomb, Jim Vin-
son, and Robert Radcliff, have all the qualities necessary
for a fine team: speed, height, depth, great defense, and
fine teamwork. This, along with Coach Pearson's excel-
lent coaching, enabled the Baby Bears to compile a
20-1 season record.
COACH PEARSON DISCUSSES tactics with
his boys during a time out.
B.W. Camera Catches Athletes 6IPosing?
A B.W. FIRST. All four coaches smiling ai the HANK SHOWS HIS "great basketball form."
JIM PATTON, FORMER Crimson Tide end, dis-
cusses fhe Bruins with Coach Henderson. Won-
der what's so funny?
JOE CLAIMS IT'S harder to keep a Ieiier sweater than to get ii.
nj 'O' 5.
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Homecoming Queen. .
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Sen io r Beauty...
, Ronnie Ezell
MOS t School Spirited... .leon Nisbet
MUSI hletic ... Dwoin Winsfeod
T. H. S. favorites have been photographed ogoinsf
bockgrounds in Tuscolooso, some hisioricol-some new
Best All Around...
Noncy Quinn ond Hank Herrod
Most Dependa ble...
Patti Hicks and John Pickens
John Coldwell and Alice Ann Duncan
Ed Pickett and Judy Nisbet
Most Likely to Succeed...
Peffus Randall cmd Ann Newman
Mis s Citizens hip smeuu Terran
Spanish Senori ta Rebecca wffghf
Most Handso me...
Bes t All Around
Shep Park and Connie Strickland
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Chosen by Popular Vote
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Ann Banks and .lay Smith
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Mos t Handsom e...
Best All Around
Charlie Fleming ond Lindo Reid
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II.: Payne Wright ond Lone: Johnson
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Girls Dominate in the Arts
TONI EMMONS . . . Harvesl Queen and
Bl-ACK WARRIOR UYTIST. ANN SEEBECK . . . solo oboe player in Ihe University of Ala
FIRE PREVENTION ESSAY AND POSTER WINNERS: Billie Blair, Diane Barringer, Susan Holloman, Ron-
aId Davis, Pat Roberis and Patsy Whafley.
Impressive Numbers Achieve All-State
ALL STATE CHORUS MEMBERS: Row 1: Wayne Baughman, Martha Mayfield, Gwen Sikes, Donna Dockery, Shirley Hayes, Pat White. Row
2: Bill Watson, Glenda Brewer, Rosemary Rankin, Nancy Qunin, Andy Jackson. Row 2: Rusty Dockery, Bill Barringer, Bill Bowman, Tippy
Armstrong, Mike English, Mike Bingham and Bruce Jones.
ALL-STATE BAND MEMBERS: Row 'lz Martha Rice, Roberta Ford, Mary Helen Roberts. Ann Seebeck, Ann Lee, Pat Westbrook, Linda Tid-
more, Jim Ryerson. Row 2: Alton Penz, Mickey Gewin, Kendall Clark, David Penz, Christi Popp, Sylvia Liverman, Margaret Jones, Shirley
Bennett, John Cruse. Row 3: Tommy Wear, Jerry Flummer, Bobby Wilson, Mike McDuffie, Billy Davis, Foss Smith, Howard Bassett, Al
Caddis, Rene Chabannes, Paul Spell.
T.H.S. STUDENTS HOLDING state and national offices are Mike Meadows, Hank Herrod, Pettus Randall, Dale Christian, linda Grimes,
John Caldwell, AI Mather, Ann Lee, Bob Hopper, and Pete Clark.
MIKE MEADOWS AND CAROLYN STONE
Mr. and Miss D.O.
Spanish I Senorita it
BETTY LAKE AND HAROLD GUY . . . D. E. Favorites NAN TAYLOR . . . Key Club Sweeiheari
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NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS Finclisis are
Joyce Tyler, Ann Lee, Margaret Lindsey, and
Robert Bagley. ATHLETES HOLDING state-wide honors are Jackie Cooper, Joe Simon,
John Pickens, John Caldwell, and O. K. Bryant.
GIRLS' AND BOYS' STATE REPRESENTATIVES: Row I: Sammy
Maze, John Caldwell, Ann Lee, Ronald Kyzer, Ronnie Ezell.
Row 2: Peftus Randall, Danny Langford, Hank Herrod, Bill
Black Warrior Salutes...
Youth in Government
PETTUS RANDALL, Naiional Presiden? of Boys' State is con-
gratulated by the American Legion representative.
YOUTH LEGISLATURE OFFICERS: Sammy Maze, Floor Leader of the House, Jackie Hatmaker, Chaplain, Mary Tilloison, Clerk
of 7I"e I'I0US9i PUIYI Hicks, EYVUIIIUQ Clerk: Jimmy Adams, President Pro-fem of Ihe Senate, and Ellen Boozer, Reporter.
TUSCALOOSA IS HONORED to claim this distinguished man as
a teacher and leader. Mr. M. W. Clinton has always made
this city his home.
We Honor Mr. Matthew W. Clinton,
Tuscaloosa's Favorite Historian
In the field of history it is impossible to measure the contributions ren-
dered by M. W. Clinton. He has written numerous articles and given more
than 190 speeches on Alabama and Tuscaloosa history. Since 1947, each
year he has written a lengthy article for publication in the Labor magazine.
He was later persuaded to combine the information in these articles to be
published in book form.
In the past he has been honored as the Civitan Club's "Teacher of the
Year" and the Birmingham NEWS' city school representative in 1960. In
1962 Mr. Clinton was awarded the coveted Freedom Foundation award
for teaching Americanism and was appointed honorary Lieutenant Colonel
on the Governor's staff.
The service Mr. Matthew W. Clinton has rendered this community is
indeed worthy of recognition by his alma mater, Tuscaloosa High School.
We are indebted to him for his contributions in teaching and for his studies
in history. Our school is grateful to him for his kindness and dedication.
It is with pride and admiration that we pay homage to him now.
School Spirit Reaches Peak at Homecoming
DURING THE HOMECOMING PEP RALLY, parents of Senior football players are honored and mothers are presented Homecoming corsages
by their sons.
THIS PICTURE CANNOT properly depict the fervor of the noise made by the cheerleaders, students, alumni and band.
Spirit and excitement mounted, and was climaxed by the game that night.
In Spite 0 Warm Weather and Floppy Floats
SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENT Pettus Randall, Brantly Cochrane, Ed Pickett and Mark Reynolds
are only a few of the Seniors who worked diligently in the summer weather before Home-
coming so that their classes' float might be a success, and for the first year of their high
school career-it wasl
PRESENTED DURING THE HALF-TIME of the Homecoming game was the 1962 court and their escorts: Joe
Barton, Emalyn Savage, Ed Pickett, Camilla Canty, Estes Hayes, John Pickens, Jean Nisbet, Mike Bingham,
Rebecca Wright, Pettus Randall, Judy Nisbet and Sammy Maze.
STUDENTS TAPPED FOR the National Honor Society show mixed emotions. Expressions of assurance, shock and pride are revealed by
these Seniors that were tapped during the first semester.
Varied Interests and Abilities That Extend Into
TEACHERS SHOW THAT they can be good sports
when they participate in the faculty-student basket-
ball game. Here Coach Tarleton, one of the faculty
stars, guards Ralph Sanders.
AMID THE MASS CONFUSION of taking school day pictures, these students,
under the direction of Mrs. Cary, try to keep things organized by giving
directions over the microphone.
THIS YEAR'S SENIORS were Junioir Talent Show stars last year. Doing a calypso dance were Mary Helen
Roberts, Nina Beth Parker, Brantly Cochrane, Diane Harris, Fern Niehuss, Camilla Canty and Judy Nisbet.
The Community Comprise a Well-Rounded T.H.S.
GREG CONGLETON, John Hisey and William Allen are T.H.S.
students who participate in the Tuscaloosa Little Theatre.
OUR OWN GREASEPAINTERS demonstrate the fine art of
make-up as they prepare for "The Night of January l6."
BRAND DOLLAR James Plylar, and James Kent are ianitors at T.H.S.
Cleaning halls, washing blackboards, straightening
desks, keeping the building clean with the help of T.H.S.
students, who take pride in the appearance of our build-
ing, is the work of our maintenance staff. The workers
open the building for night meetings, tidy the auditorium
for assembly programs, and have a multitude of tasks
connected with maintaining a large school building.
ROSELLA STANSELL, Anna Bell Eaton,
Millie Carrington, Gertrude Washing-
ton, ancl Sara Jordan are Tuscaloosa
High School's maids.
LUNCHROOM WORKERS: Katie Tucker, Edith Fisher,
Alberta McCclpine, Mottie Woods and Walter Miller.
CASHIERS: Mrs. Eloyce McCracken, Mrs. Miriam Clifton, Mrs. Annie Will
Wesley, Mrs. Jimmie Smith, Mrs. B. Scott, Mrs. Lilua Noland, and Mrs.
Inexpensive and Tasty
Meals Served Here
To feed hundreds of hungry students every doy-this
is indeed o formidoble tcsk for our dieticion ond her
stoff. But every doy there ore solods, sondwiches, soup,
chili, ond hot lunches to fill those bottomless pits known
os stornochs. The lunches ere corefully plonned to be
nutritious os well os delicious. Thot so mony con be fed
by the herd work of so few is olwoys cimozing. " ' f
LUNCHROOM WORKERS: Dora Richardson, Doris Allen, Nancy
Wurren, and Nonnie Elliott.
LUNCHROOM WORKERS: Susie Burroughs, Johnnie lee Thomas, Ruby Gee, Cora Miller, Louella Whitt, Sally Gaines, Ada Hewitt, and
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TO CARRY-our ORDERS as Locnnons IN 1 srnes
f ALICE LeMAISTRE
"Qualify in Every Block"
IQOI I9TI'1 Avenue, Eosf
Res. Phone 754-7890 Bus. Phone 758-8643
PARK TRACTOR COMPANY
Ford as. Alias-chgimefs DON C, HARRIS, C.L,U,
Farm 8g Industrial Equipment
907 SISI Avenue Phone 754-7865 General Agent P. O. Box 145
Tuscaloosa, Algbomq The Franklin Life insurance 2204 Broad Street
Springfield, Illinois Tuscaloosa, Alabama
GRlFFlN'S FLOWER SHOP
"Flowers for Any Occasion"
Hotel Stafford Phone 752-3168
TEMERSON STEEL WAREHOUSE, INC.
AUTOMOTIVE PARTS CO. - 2
Parts - Service Station Supplies
Tools - Shop Equipment
Machine Shop Service
Main Store Branch
2201 6th Street Phone 754-6602 2225 9th Street
Phone 759-5747 7
The New Way to do Your Laundry - ln Your Own Neighborhood
1802 Bridge Avenue Northport, Alabama
NELL AND FRANK MARLOW ,
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Conn, Leblanc 84 Holton Instruments
Hammond Organs-Kimball Pianos
-Gibson and Fencler Guitars-
- Record Players -
- Tuscaloosa's Most
Complete Record Bar -
f PAULETTE MCGAHEY
TUCKER MOTOR CO.
"Your Friendly Ford Dealer"
2414 Broad Street
"The Very Finest for
People Who Save"
SAVINGS 81 LOAN
IIOI Greensboro Ave.
PIGENER - BROWN
Cloyton Hoyes Rufus Strickland
Tuscolooso County Coroner
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Junior - Misses - Ladies
2119 Broad Street
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Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wood
DOWNTOWN MOTOR CO. TASTEE FREEZE
Used Cars - Low Overhead CI nd
Gernie Tucker John Tucker
DIXIE AIR, INC.
Van De Graff Field
P. O. Box 92I
Cessna Sales and Service
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Business Machines Company
2200 Sixth Street
Your Typewriter Headquarters
"Swank" "Wings" "Paris"
2 Entrances: G'boro and 6th St.
'k VERA MONTGOMERY
The Class of
Tuscaloosa High - 1962
"6 Times Cleaner
DRY CLEANING Beg Wishes
COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE from
l8lO Hackberry Lane
31 l5 8th St.
l4ll 23rd Avenue
Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning, Paint,
Electrical, Refrigeration, and Industrial Supplies,
We Especially lnvite You To Visit Our Paint Store For the Best ln Beniamin
Moore Paints, Back Ot The Post Office, On 22nd Avenue,
And Our Most Attractive Lighting Division At
2Otl1 Avenue and 7th Street
MOSES H. WILBOURNE, i
PRESIDENT E TREASURER
COLE LIPPLY CO., INC
SPILLER FIELD 81 GARDEN
Bee Supplies, Seeds, Fertilizers, Herbicides
Bedding Plonts, Tools, Feeds, Insecticides
Fungicides, ond Biologicols
2504 Seventh Street Tusccilooso, AIG.
Open 7:30 A.M.
I I:OO o'cIock P.M.
Soles ond Service
5I2 I5th Street Phone 752-6024 ir SAMMIE JEAN RYAN
Best Wishes wFrom
Office ond Plont
P.O. Box 3179
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612 Greensboro Avenue Phone 754-4714
2501 14th Street
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O. K. RUBBER WELDERS
1516 9th Street Eost
3400 9th Street
General Auto Repairing
Brake Service - Wheel Alignment 8t Balancing
1411 Hargrove Road
Phone 752-1 171 Tuscaloosa, Alabama
609 - 21st Ave. Phone 758-9662
iv Juov SMITH
NOTTI NGHAM-SWS,-I NC
Printing - Publishing - Rubber Stamp
315 Greensboro Avenue
P. O. Box 12
Printers of "Bear Facts"
Best Wishes to
Class of '63
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2305 6 I1 S Alberto
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For the Latest in Sportswear
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I525 I6th Street Phone 758-0285
Across from Eastwood Park
CAR TRANSMISSION 8g
Factory Re-built Motors
Chevrolets Six Cylinder
"Don't Fix It, Exchange It"
5,000 miles or I2O days - All labor - All gaskets 81 Oil
No money down and up To 24 months to pay
"No Gimmicks. The Price We Quote Is the Price
-A' DIANE STANSELL
CLAUD W. DENT MOTORS
New and Used Cars
1900 6fh Street Phone 752 0611
Mitzi Brown, Cathy Dent
TUSCALOOSA BUSINESS 501 M SWT
MACHINES COMPANY T ' A' b
Ph 758 4270
611 22 d A
Air Conditioned - T.V. - Telephone
511 U yA Ph 759 5791
MALON E'S BOOK STORE
A1Mother und Peggy Hall
l280 5000 WATTS
Serving Vifest Alabama
GRAY'S MEN'S SHOP
Curlee 81 Don Richards-Clothing
2307 Broad Street
For the Latest in Styles
MISS ALABAMA FASHIONS
Helen s. Fowler
OFFICE SUPPLY CO'
Safes 8g Fireproot Files
521 25th Ave.
2324 9th Street East
Op n Daily: 7100 A.M. to II:OO P.M
3210 9 h sneer Phone 752 8212
H. C. AUTO-ELECTRIC CO.
2502 7th sfre-ef Phone 752-5523
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TOWN 81 COUNTRY
809 IOtI1 Street
F hion H dq
Bra nfly Cochrane
Everything for the Band and Orchestra
Cable Pianos and Lowery Organs
King, Reynolds, Selmer, Ludwig Instruments
Fender, Martin, Goya, Kay Guitars
Tuscaloosa, Alabama Phone 857-2694
Marion 81 Bob Murphy
if Mirza sRowN
"Class of '63"
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-i Home of Quality Furniture -l
22l5 6th Street Phone 754-7574
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ALABAMA FEED MILLS
Bama Livhelsfldcllioegllifultry Feeds 8l6S1Liin?l?5Cgg:f52enUe
"Bama Feeds are Better Feeds"
-l-USCOlOOSCl, AlCIbOlT'IG TUSCQIOOSQI Algbcmg
Institution of Automobile Service"
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DRAKE 81 SONS
Social Stationery - Business Forms
Checks - Publications - Programs
Printing by Letterpress,
GATES AND COMPANY
2409 Brood Street Phone 758-5546
f'We Specialize in Dry Cleaning"
21 19 9th Street Phone 758-7575
614 Parkview Center Phone 752-9762
Sammy Seals, Gary Walters, Don Bcrksdale, Gary Byrd
PEARSON LUMBER COMPANY
511 Hargrove Rood Phone 758-1921
FIELDS T. V
Radio 0 T.V.
Hi-Fi o Stereo
222l 7th Street
Marshall Fields George Fields
if CATHY DENT
Tuscaloosa's Finest Restaurants Sr Deep South Lounge
PHILLIPS RESTAURANT JOHNNY'S RESTAURANT
Open 7 Days Open 7 Days
Operator and Owner
Complete Insurance Protection
Fire -- Automobile - Bonds
Burglary - Windstorm
Liability - Aircraft - Marine
- Workmen's Compensation -
ALBERTA GROCERY CO.
2305 9th Street East
520 Queen City Avenue Phone 758-4441
Complete Insurance Service
416 Greensboro Avenue Phone 758-0453
TAKE HoME 1 I
Colonel semdere' Recipe
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"it,s finger-lickin' goocia'
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Located: 813-25 Avenue East
Co Birmingham Highway and Mott Road
Mrs. C. C. Pearson - Director
1307 Queen City Avenue
2420 6th Street
N -k SUSAN HELLER
2001 26th Avenue
Cheerleaders of 1963!
Top: Lana Johnson
Middle: Alice Ann Duncan, Jean Nisbet
Bottom: "Kat" Pritchett, Cam Canty, Connie
Floor, Estes Hayes, Rebecca Wright
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"Your Super Service Station"
2330 9th Street East Phone 752 3088
A c d d ARMISTEAD BROTHERS
25I56hS D .752 7572 SUPER MARKET
3618 9th Street Eost Phone 553-O4IO
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5 Sales - Service - Supplies
i .a.e.:. Y S., Rentals - Portables
Pre- -6 ------ 211--vi
, ifiiiiilf-ila' Manuals - Electrics
New and Used
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DRUID TYPEWRITER CO.,
2219 7th Street Phone 752-8508
lOl6 l5th Street
Phone 752-3582 Tuscaloosa, Alabama t SUSAN HOLLOMAN
When Better Automobiles
Are Built, Buick Builds Them
527 22nd Avenue Dial 752-l55l
If If Concerns Doughnuts
' Fresh Continuously - 5 AM. To Midnife
lOth Street ond Hockberry Lone Tuscolooso, Alobomo
Phone 758-8171 Specializing in styling
Open all day Wednesday
PIZITZ BEAUTY SALON
231 1 Broad Street
Phone 759-4208 2501 14th Street
if SALLY KIRK
BOOZER MOTOR COMPANY
1401 Greensboro Avenue
Phone 759 4233
Carol Pennington, Mary Helen Roberts
Vence Rollins, Diane Harris, Patti Hicks
Franchise Dealers For Mercedes Benz, Triumph,
Complete Sales, Service and Parts
PRINTING CO., INC.
Since I 892
Ph 752 ISII
f WHITNEY MENNING
Rebecca Wrighi, Mary June Mahhews, Susan Woodley
TUSCALOOSA MOTOR COMPANY
II7 Greensboro Avenue Phone 754-445I
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Ph 758 9293
Fashions Right out of the Magazines
2311 Broad Street Phone 752 8181
W. H. PLOTT INSURANCE
Complete Insurance Coverage
Auto 0 Fire 0 Liability
910 25hA Ph 752 8138
Mary Bama Farr a
nd Diane Cook
LATHAM'S PURE SERVICE STATION
3607 Greensboro Avenue
! America's Only Coast to Const Network
of Exclusive Auto Muffler Shops
W. R. "BOB" SPRINGER
515 15th Street Tusccslooscu, Alobomo
MEN'S ND BOYS' WEAR
2312 6th sneer Phone 758-3544 'A' EMALYN SAVAGE
Better Clothes For Less
Jo A L caster, Norma L aste
"Your Oldsmobile Dealer"
PARKER TOWING CO. PURE PROCESS
TOO! 24 h A
2340 2 d Sf et Pho 758 4688
George Stephens, O
PLAZA BEAUTY TELEVISION SERVICE
"One of TuscoIoosci's Original T.V.
Service Componi "
C H kb y Lone Ph 7521322 13O4U Y A Ph 752 3452
ALABAMA TIRE COMPANY
"Try Our Delicious Hamburgers"
One Mile From City Limits on
3 'Wherever You're Goin'
-Nw-mu Insure With Bowen"
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Life Auto Fire if SANDRA RAY
Bus. PL 8-9931 513 15th Street
Res. PL 4-7259 Tuscaloosa, Alabama
"Fancy Meats and Groceries"
1400 iofh STVSGT phone 758-3656
THE NEXT STEP IS COLLEGE---
THEN A CAREER
After graduation, a vast, new world awaits you. The challenges and opportunities
are endless. Our country needs more doctors, more engineers, more scientists, and this
list, too, is almost endless.
However, all of These professions require that you take at least one more step in your
education-college training. You are fortunate in that you can talce a step toward any
of these goals right here in your own community at the University of Alabama.
Maybe The fields already mentioned don't interest you, but These are not The only
ones that require that extra educational step. In the field of Journalism for example,
The college-trained man or woman is more and more the rule rather than the exception.
If your talents lie in this direction, again you have an opportunity for the next step
at your University. The Journalism Department at the University offers training which will
equip you to make a career in one of the many facets of Journalism.
Each year newspapers, magazines and other publications require more trained
people, and each year their demands exceed the supply. Journalism training may be the
next step, and The right one, for you.
THE ALABAMA PRESS ASSOCIATION
RICKS 81 SONS
216 9th Street East
Phone 752-8155 Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Visit Our Gift Department
Across From Alberta Fire Station
Heating and Cooling
1508 Greensboro Avenue 1
f RICKIE WINSTEAD
ALBERTA PURE PEP SERVICE CENTER
Birmingham Highway and Holt Road
The Center of Automobile Service in Growing Eastern Tuscaloosa
L. V. "Junior" Sanford, Manager A diversity incorporated enterprise
CONGRATULATIONS! To The Graduating Seniors of 1963. We sincerely hope that you
will continue your formal education until a college degree has been acquired. Below we
are pleased to quote some bits of advice contributed by several Dads of our graduating
Success should be planted early as a habit of mind, watered by the will to
win and fertilized by continuous endeavor.
-J. M. Faircloth.
Enthusiasm gives you the edge to beat out natural ability-in sports, in busi-
ness-in onythingl John S. Caldwell, Sr.
Strive to negotiate life's problems arising in your business, profession, or occu-
pation, not sacrificing principle but with an open mind to meet your adversary
fairly, squarely and without preiudice.
America's secret weapon is ideas and the ability to make them work.
Cities are not built with bricks and mortar but by men and women seizing
opportunity. -George A. LeMaistre.
The foundation which will withstand the weight of great and heavy responsi-
bilties is built of the mortar and brick made from the assuming and carrying
out of those small responsibilities assigned to us in our formative years.
-Winston W. Way.
Determination is the determining factor between mediocrity and success.
-Robert E. Tyler.
CFor Latin Studentsi AMlCl-IN LOClS MIRIS INVENIUNTER.
Achievement in life is like an "A" grade in school. Both result from ambition
and steady hard work. -James H. Newman.
Dedication: With it-fullness of life, without it-emptiness.
-Norman M. Agnew, Jr.
"Hitch your wagon to a star" is no longer a mere expression symbolic of
one's ambition. Youth should be prepared educationally to live in the Space
Age as well as contribute his talents to its wonders.
-P. B. Raiford.
204 E. Hargrove
Leon Jones, Dealer
2928 9th St. E.
David Hudgins, Dealer
Bill Brown's 66
2100 15th St. E.
Bill Brown, Dealer
Druid Gardens 66
925 Hargrove Rd.
Queen City 66
10th 8- Queen City
at Holiday Inn
G. Patterson, Dealer
Skyland Park 66
at Skyland Park
Rondel Smith, Dealer
2300 9th St.
A. Rice, Manager
'l'l0i University Ave.
Lex Grainger, Dealer
Wilson Tire 66
500 10th St.
Dick Wilson, Dealer
3303 loop Road
Bobby Rice, Mgr.
ARMSTRONG OIL CO., INC.
BARKSDALE 81 SONS
PHONE PLAZA 8-3351 2624 EIGHTEENTH STREET
wk ANN wiNTERs
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lTuscaloosa High Grads1
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ALABAMA APOTHECARY AND PEYTON'S DRUG 1st National Bank
Building and 421 E.15th Street. 752-5571 752-3536
ALLSTATES RESTAURANT 41 10 Birmingham Highway 553-9973
AMY'S BEAUTY SHOP 705 27th Avenue 758-7252
AUDIO HOUSE 505 15th Street 752-6496
BAMA BOWLING LANE Free Instruction, Red Swanson 1307 University
BOLTON-ADAIR TRANSFER CO. 2513 9th Street 752-2504
BROWN'S PHARMACY 2322 9th Street 758-8693
BUDDY'S PURE PEP 1420 Greensboro Avenue 752-4671
BURKHALTER JEWELRY 2416 6th Street 758-5622
COTTON STATES INSURANCE James Lucas, Representative 758-0455
EDWARD'S, H. A. INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 2030 9th Street
FIFTEENTH STREET CURB MARKET 519 15th Street 752-9169
HAWKINS' SHEET METAL WORKS 1 1 18 14th Street 758-7234
HOLDER'S STOP AND SHOP 1320 Hargrove Road 752-9177
HOUSE'S GARAGE 2327 2nd Street 758-2767
JACKSON ELECTRIC 1613 15th Street 752-4072 or 758-1256
LITTLE DUTCH PAINT SHOP 2703 7th Street 758-5950
MARI-MART FLORIST 1701 Hackberry Lane 758-2091
MADDOX GROCERY 3020 Eutaw Highway 758-2331
MITCHELL'S AWNING AND SHADE CO. 81 1 23rd Avenue 758-2505
PATE'S BEAUTY SALON 84 Circlewood 752-4828
ROBIN LEE STUDIO 1 107 25th Avenue 758-5831
ROSENFELD PAPER CO., INC. 403 23rd Avenue 758-8345
SAVE-WAY SERVICE STATION 1601 Hargrove Road 752-9640
STORLEY GROCERY Route No. 1 Eutaw Highway
T. R. TAYLOR DRUG CO. 516 Greensboro Avenue 758-2828
T 84 M CAFETERIA 404 Greensboro Avenue 752-231 1
TIDE HALL 511 15th Street 752-6109
TOWN AND CAMPUS MEN'S WEAR 1303 University Avenue 758-9519
WILLIAM'S PHARMACY 1928 Broad Street 752-3544
WORSHAM SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS 603 17th Street 758-6373
DEXTER D. HULSART
4, TERRIA woon
Most Complete Shopping Center
Huis. M MM'1CAR0FgY
BAMA TIN SHOP
American Standard Heating 81
Gutters and Awnings
2009 26th Street
if LANA Joi-iNsoN
Gene Hunter Joyce Hale
HUNTER 81 HALE
I703 Hackberry Lane Phone 752-6772
Cheryl Hunter William IBIIIJ Hunter
SWAIM PLYWOOD, INC.
3601 Birmingham Road
Antiques - Lamps, Furniture, Bric-a-Brac
Lamps - Built, Wired, Repaired, Converted
Furniture -- Repaired, Refinished, Custom Built
f MARY KATE MEREDITH
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BOB'S 82 TRUCK STOP BOB'S 82 TRUCK STOP CAFE
Cecil Jackson James Evans Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Lollor
Car 8t Truck Service "A Good Place To Eat"
Open 24 Hours Phone 758-9326
U. S. 82 By-Pass, 3 miles west of Tuscaloosa
R. D. Scrivner, Owner Koss Courtney, Manager
Miss Collier's Second Grade, Universiiy Place
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FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS
81 LOAN ASSOCIATION
Saving Center of West AIc1bomc1"
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Index of Advertisers
Adams, L. L. ,.......... .
Alabama Apothecary and
Peyton's Drug .,...,..... ,,...., . . .
Alabama Binder and Chemical Corporation ....,.
Alabama Feed Mills ...,..............
Alabama Gas Company ,,.. ..
Alabama Press Association ,...
Alabama Tire Company ..4.,
Alberta Drug Store . , ,
Alberta Grocery ...,.
Alberta Gulf Station
Alberta Pure Pep
Allen and Jemison ...,
All States Restaurant .......
Armistead Brothers Grocery ..
Armstrong Oil Company ....
Art's Char House ........
Audio House ,.........
Auto Chek-lt .....,.,...........,..,.
Automotive Parts ....,......,.,,....,
Automatic Transmission Service Company
Averette Radio .................,....
Bama Bowling .,.. . .
Bama Cleaners . . .
Bama Tin Shop ,....
Barksdale Cleaners ....,,....
Black, Friedman and Winston
Blossom Shoppe ....,......
Bob's Truck Stop ..,.
Boozer Motor Company , ,.
Bowen Insurance ,,.,.,,
Bowers, J. Oviatt ,,.........
Bridgers Lumber Company ....
Brittan's Men and Boys' Wear . . .
Brown's Department Store ......
Brown's Pharmacy ............,...
Brown and Sullivan Service Station
Buddy's Pure Pep Service Station
Burkhalter Jewelry ...,,.,..,..,.
Cain Steel and Supply ,.,..
Campus Motel ..........,,.......
Cannon's Market .......,.......,..
Car Transmission and Engine Exchange . ,
Carver Insurance . .V ....,....... . . . .
City National Bank ....
Claire Caldwell Dance ....
Cloverdale Gulf Station .,
Cole Supply Company ,...
Cotton States Insurance
Curtis Concrete Company ,
Delview Dairy . . . , ,
Delux Cleaners . . .
Dent Motors .,.......
Dill's Motor Court ......
Dixie Air incorporated ....
Dan's Dairy Delite .......
Downtown Motor Company
Drake Printers ..,.......
Druid City Transit ........
Druid Furniture Company ,.
Druid Typewriter Company
Dugins Shoe Store ...,...
Dyers Young Fashions ..,.
Earl's Studio .....,....,.
Edwards Insurance Company
Eley Excavating .......,.
Empire Coke Company ....
81 Tire Company .....,..
Farris-Faulkner ........ , .
Fields T.V. Service ,..,....
Fifteenth Street Curb Market
First Alabama Securities
First Federal Savings ...,,,
First National Bank . . ,
Franklin Life Insurance ....
Gates Cleaners . . . . . , .
Ginny's Toy Shop .., . . , ,
Gray's Men's Shop . ..
Griftin's Flower Shop ,...
Guthrie-Barton Nursery ....
H. C. Auto Exchange .....
Happy Hour Play School . .
Hardin Bakery ...........
Hawkins' Sheet Metal Company
Henderson Motor Company ....
Holder's Stop and Shop , . . 4 . .
Howell Construction .................,. ....
House's Garage .....................,.....
Hulsart, Dexter D. Company, Incorporated ......
Hunter-Hale T.V. Service ...,.................
Inez Beauty Shop ... ,..,
Jackson Electric Company ....
Jewel Box .............
Joe Mott's Garage . . . . . . .
Key Fabric Shop ..........
Krispy Cream Donuts ....
Kwik Chek ., ....... .
Kyle Office Supply . . . .. .
Lamplighter ,....., ....
Lancaster Garage ......
Latham Pure Pep .,...,.....
Lee, Russell Floor Covering ,...
Leigh Buick ................... ....
Lewis, C. W. Furniture Company
Little Cookie ................., ....
Little Dutch Paint Shop .....
Little Giant Food Store ....
Littleiohn's Antiques ............ .,..
Lively Music Store ..........,..... ....
Lloyd Wood Construction Company
Louis Wiesel .................... . . .
Lustigs ...... ....,.... ,...
McCrory Village ....,,.,..
McDonald's Carry-Out . . .
Mack's Bait Shop ....
Maddox Grocery ....
Madison Masonry . . ,
Malone's Book Store .......
Mari-Mart Florist ,..... ....
Marshall, Jackie, Take Home . ..
Mary Jane Shop .......,....
Ma ry's Shop .....,.......
Midas Muffler ......,.
Miss Alabama Fashions . . .
Mitchell Awning .....
Morrison's Cafeteria .....
Morrow Realty Company . . .
Motor Supply ........,...
Music House . . . . .
Newt Pearson lPutt-Putt and Southlandi
Northington Laundry ..........
Nottingham S.W.S. Printers . . ,
O.K. Rubber Welders ....
Optical Service .......
Oswalt Rodgers .....
Owen Meridith . . .
Park Shop ...............
Park Tractor Company ......
Parker Towing Company ....
Parkview Beauty Shop ....
Pate's Beauty Salon ......
Pearson Lumber Company ......
Perry Creamery ......,...,...
Phillip's Commercial Refrigerator
Phillip's Restaurant .,..........
Pic-Way Shoes ........,......
Pizitz Beauty Salon ...........
Plaza Beauty Shop ............
Plott, W. H. Insurance Company 4
Poultry and Egg Company .....
Pritchett-Moore Insurance Company
Pure Pep Service Center ........
Pure Process .......,.........
Quarles Electric . . . . .
Raymon's Department Store ....
Reynold's Construction ......
Rice Brothers .,,....,....
Rick and Sons Hardware .t..
Robin Lee Studio ..........
Rosenfeld Paper Company . . .
Save-Way Service Station . . .
Schwietzer Mens' Store
Sealy Realty ..... X ............
Sherwin Williams Paint Company
Snipes Business Machine ......,..
Southern Bell Telephone ......
Spiller Feed and Garden Shop . . .
Stansell Pontiac and Cadillac . ..
Stein's Shoe Store ...........
Stephens T.V. . .,
Strickland Ambulance and Speigner Brown 220
Stringtellow's Garage ...................... 227 Z! - 13 1
Storley's Grocery .................... 252 YT' '
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T. R. Taylor Drug ........ 252 A "
T. and M. Cafeteria .... 252 , I " '
Tastee Freeze ........ 221 pjf
Temerson's ................ . . 218 ' GJ
Thomas Jewelry ...........
Thompson and Swaim Plywood
Town and Campus .........
Town and Country .........
Motor Company . .
Optical Service . . .
Retail Druggist . . .
Retail Furniture ....
Steam Laundry ..
Tucker Motor Company . . .
Twin Seam Mining .........
University Cleaners .......
Warrior Asphalt Corporation .
Weatherford Printing .......
Westinghouse Washateria . . .
Wiesel Men's Company . . .
Wilicutt Concrete Block ....
Williams Pharmacy ......
Worsham Sheet Metal . . .
Edltors Not Editing. . .
School is almost out. Another year has passed only too
quickly for the students of T.H.S., caught up in the whirl
of this year's activities. Another year has found the year-
book staff still rushing to meet deadlines, seeming always
To the l963 BLACK WARRIOR Staff, thank you.
To Miss Rubye Gulley, the BLACK WARRIOR Business Ad-
visor, thank you.
To Gus Robinson, our photographer, thank you. We would
be lost without you.
To Earl's Studio, thank you for our portraits.
To Mr. Greer and the faculty whose patience we tried, thank
you for your cooperation.
To Mr. Henderson, our "postman," who mailed many por-
tions of this book to Paragon, thank you.
To our patrons, thank you for helping finance our book.
To the students of Tuscaloosa High School, the main char-
acters of our book, thank you all.
To Mr. George Preiss, Mr. Graham McClintock and the Par-
agon Press, our publishers and printers, thank you.
To Tuscaloosa, our progressing city, thank you for inspiring
"Thank you" hardly expresses the gratitude we feel for ev-
eryone who contributed to the l963 BLACK WARRIOR.
A school year has passed. Perhaps it has been successful,
perhaps, not. Still one can recall the good times had: at
football games . . . school dances . . . over Christmas holi-
days .... when exams were over . . . during basketball
season . . . going to the state tournaments . . . AEA holi-
days . . . the Prom . . . and finally, graduation. All these
things have made "that wonderful year-l963." Maybe
college is ahead--or a iob awaits-or a year or two of
high school is left. However, each of us has come a little
closer to adulthood and with increased knowledge is a
little more prepared to meet the future. We live in a warm
and friendly Tuscaloosa, a city "on the move." And Tus-
caloosa High School is one of its most enduring institutions.
Now, as in the future, we work hand in hand with our
community to create a spirited, prosperous city.
Yes . . . a school year has passed . . . a wonderful year
. . . a progressive year . . . 1963. '
Adams, Jane ....... 47, 119, 116, 136, 137
Allen, Karen ,..... . 38, 47, 116, 19
Allen, Richard ............. I .... 47, 133
Alread, Bill .... 47, 137, 140, 159, 160
161, 163, 165
Anders, Joe ..... 33, 47, 122, 136, 158
Apperson, Kenneth ..............,... 47
Arey, Janet ..... 41, 47, 113, 114, 116,
Armstrong, John Wayne 47, 50, 145
Averette, Bill ....... 47, 145, 146, 147
Bagley, Robert ...... 47, 114, 117, 121, 183
Bailes, Shirley .............,...., 19, 47
Bailey, Bruce ..., ..... 4 7, 118
Bailey, Rebecca ,... .....,. 4 8, 118
Bailey, Sara ,......... .... 1 9, 48, 136
Ball, William iBilly1 .... ......... 4 8
Barger, Andrew iAndy1 ........... 38, 48
Barksdale, Donald iDon1 ......., 48, 100,
140, 148, 156, 234
Barrett, James .,.,................,.
Barton, Joe ..... A .......... 48, 187, 208
Bingham, Michael iMike1 ........ 38, 48,
Blair, Billie ........ 48, 104, 126, 137, 180
Blankenship, Grace ............... 19, 48
Blumenfeld, Cory .......... 48, 132
Boeder, Bernard iBarney1 . . . .... . . 48
Booth, Sarah ......,..,.. ...,.. 4 8
Bosch, Brenda ........., . . h . . 48, 136
Bostick, William iBilly1 .. .....,..... 48
Bowman, William iBill1 , . . . . 38, 40, 48,
Bretchtel, Thomas ...,. ........ 4 8
Brock, William i8ill1 ..........., 48, 117
Brook, Clarence .....,.,..,....... 48, 123
Brown, Mack ,... 25, 49, 111, 114, 147, 148
Bruce, Patricia' .,..,.... 49, 118, 138, 201
Bryan, Patricia ..., ..,.........,... 4 9
Buck, Kate .... ........, 4 9, 131
Buford, Margo .... 38, 49, 136, 137
Burell, Sandra ........... 39, 49
Burt, Melba Jean .,....,.....
Byrd, Gary ....,.... 49, 50, 140, 145, 146,
Bush, Eugene iGene1 .,.......... 49,
Caldwell, John ....... 47, 49, 71, 100, 128,
129, 140, 144, 147,151, 154,
156, 174, 182, 183, 84
Caldwell, Richard .................... 49
Campbell, Janice ...............,,.,. 49
Canty, Camilla .,....... 49, 100, 110, 125
Curry, Carol ........ 33, 51, 57, 70, 115
121, 123, 130
Curtis, Chris ....,.,,,.. 51, 111, 126, 127
Daffron, Donna .......... 51, 105
Dameron, Patricia iPatty1 ...,,.., 19, 51,
126, 127, 138
Daniel, Larry .. 50, 51, 133
Daniel, Mary .... ........ 5 1, 132
Davidson, Judith ........... 39, 51
Davis, Anna .,.. 51, 100, 111, 119
Davis, John ..... l. ..........,... 51
Davis, Kenneth ..... ..,...,...,., 5 1
Davis, William iBilly1 ...... 40, 41, 42, 51,
Dean, lnez .,.......... ........... 5 1
Dean, Thomas ......... . .,... 51, 117
Deese, Annie Lou iMickey1 ,.,. 51, 111, 137
Dobbins, Jane .......,........,..... 51
Dockery, Edward iRusty1 ...... 38, 50, 51,
117, 123, 181
Dockery, Eugene ........ 38, 51, 133
Dodge, William i8ill1 .. ......,.,,. 52
Driscoll, David ,.,...,. 52, 117, 123
Duncan, Alice Ann .. 52, 105, 141,
Dutton, Peter .,.......,.. 41, 52
Earnhardt, Kaye ....... ..... 5 2, 256
Edgeworth, Grace , .... .... 5 0, 52, 131
Edwards, Sarah Gay . . v ,. 19, 52, 105
Elarn, Carolyn ...... 52, 135
Elam, Billy Joe
Elliott, Glenda ,
Elliott, Mary 19, 52, 71, 122
Elmore, James ,, ........ 52, 131
Essary, Martha .,.,. ,., 38, 52, 119
Estes, Carole .,......... .,.. 1 9, 52
Etheridge, Mary Ruth ..... 52, 132
Ezell, Ronald iRonnie1 .. 26, 50, 52,
129, 173, 184
Faber, John ....,....,..,... ,. 52
Faircloth, Anne ,. 25, 52, 130, 194,
Farley, Judith ....,.. .... 5 3, 120, 207
Farr, Mary Bama .. .. 53, 122, 136,
Fielder, Jean .. . . ...,. 53, 123
Fincher, James ,. ....,............ 53
Fisher, Mary ,......,... .... 5 3, 118
Fitts, DeLane ,.., 19, 53, 100, 135, 256
Fleming, Curtis .
Guin, Patricia ..... . .,... 55, 119
Hall, Dinah ..........,. ..... 5 5, 131
Hall, Peggy ............,... 55, 211, 230
Hallmark, Donald iDon1 .. 50, 55, 123,
140, 147, 150
Hannah, Donald iDonn1e1 .... 32, 55,
Hannah, Sherrell .....,...,...,...... 55
Hargle, Phillip .... 56, 118, 131, 256
Harris, Roy .... .... 2 4, 56, 100, 105, 129
Harris, Diane .. , . , , 24, 43, 56, 111, 137,
Hayes, Estes ..,..,.. 19, 56, 130, 141, 187,
Hayes, Joseph iJody1 ..... 56, 119
Hayes, Michael iMike1 . . . .... . . 56
Hayes, Preston ...... .,,... 5 6
Hayes, Lawrence iPat1 . . . 56, 117
Heacock, Rex ........,...........,. 56
Head Robert ....... . 40, 56
Hempstead, Gloria . . .
Herrod, Henry iHank1 . .,..... 29, 56, 70,
148, 150, 159, 160, 162,
167, 173, 182, 183, 184, 256
Hicks, Patricia iPatti1 ..,... 43, 56, 115
Hill, Wanda ........................ 56
Hinton, Claude iSonny1 ......... 56, 114,
Hinton, Sarah .... ...,.. 1 9, 56, 119, 136
Hisey, John .... .....,.. 5 6, 189
Hitson, Gail .... 56, 113, 114
Hix, Jon ......,,....... .......,., 5 7
Hofstetter, Alan ........,. . . . 57, 117
Hoggle, Michael iMike1 ... . . , 57, 117
Hoggle, Thomas ........ .... 5 7, 133
Holder, Jan .......... .. . 57, 123
Hollingsworth, James ..
Hollis, Larry ........
Hollyhand, Douglas ....
Hoole, Eliza beth iBetsy1
Horton, Judith iJudy1
House, Orman .......
n ......,. 57
57, 140, 159,
57, 71, 104,
., 58, 119, 132
Howell, Cyrus iCy1 ,. ...... 58, 122
Humphries, Jerry ... .. .. E 28, 58, 117
Hutt, Joe Lee ..,........ .... 5 0, 58, 123
Ingram, Rebecca ..,. 58, 100, 113, 114, 119
Johnson, Linda Ruth .
130, 141, 187, 189, 237, 256
Carter, Jeanne ..,...,,..,...,.......
Covert, Pete ..,.. 49, 113, 116, 144,
Christian, Cary ...,.. , ....., 49, 114,
Christy, Patricia . . , .,,...... . . ,
Chunn, Brenda ...... ..... 5 0, 100,
Clarke, Kendall .......... 41, 50, 117,
Cobble, James iJimmy1 ....... 28, 50,
Cochrane, Brantley .... 50, 111, 187,
Collins, Dora Jane ...., 50, 105, 116,
Collins, Jane Evan
Compton, Earl .. .
Cook, Diana ..,..
.. .. 50, 140, 159, 161,
.. .....,.,.... 39, 50
19, 50, 111, 117,
136, 138, 244, 256
Cook, Yvon ne ..,.................., 50
Cooper, Jackie . . .
Cruse, John .......
40, 42, 51, 57, 108, 181
Fleming, Katherine ..,.....,, 19, 53, 118
Fletcher, Doris iDidi1 ,........ 9, 53, 104,
Ford, Imelda ,.............,... , 54, 110
Foster, Pete ..., 54, 113, 125, 137, 140
Foster, Sharon ....,..,.. 54, 114, 116
Frazier, Jessica ...,..,..,,.......,.. 54
Garner, Sara Catherine .. . .... 54, 132
Garrison, John ...,,.... .,..,... 6 9
Gout, David . ..,. .,.. ...., 5 4 , 133
Gewin, Mickey . . . , . ..,.. 41, 54, 181
Gibson, Barbara . . . ,..,........ 54, 132
Giles, Susan ,..., .,. 54, 118, 122, 257
Gilliland, James .,.. ........,.. 3 3, 55
Glaze, Jerry .........,. r ......,. 55, 133
Glendenning, Sue .............,.. 17, 55
Glenn, Rebecca ,.., 38, 55, 100, 119, 209
Grant, Robert , . , ....,...,..,..,...., 55
Gravelee, Mary Elizabeth ............. 55
Gresham, James , . . .,,.....,.....,.. , 55
Griffin, Janet Uanl ,..,., 55, 135, 136, 138
Griffin, Merle ,. ,.,,..,.. 17, 55, 135, 138
Griffin, Sue Ellen .... , .......... 55, 111
Gumprecht, Nancy Jean , ............. 55
Guy, Harold ..,.,....., .. 55, 131, 183
Guy, Wesley .....,.. . ..,. .....,.. 6 9
Johnson, Marilyn ......,........ 58, 118
Johnson, Sara iSally1 ...,... 58, 100, 111,
123, 130, 137
Jones, Cheryl iCarole1 .,.... 58, 113, 114
Jones, James . ,.......,.. .... 3 8, 58, 123
Jones, Kyra Lee .,..,... 9, 38, 58, 95, 110,
Jones, Nancy .......... ..... 5 8
Jordan, Carey ........... 58
Jordan, William, iBilly1 ... .... 58
Judd, Floyd ........... ....... 5 8
Judd, Jean ,..,,...,.,.. ....... 5 8, 134
Junkins, Lamar ..,,.,.....,.., 58, 117, 123
Keller, Hugh .,.,. . 58, 104, 111, 226
Kelley, Jerry ..,. ,.,........ .... , . . 59
Kellum, Kenneth .,,. 54, 59, 118, 119,
Kent, Linda ...,, 59, 113, 114
Kidd, Jack ....,.
Knoblock, Mable .
. ......... 59
Koster, James , , . .......,...... 59
Kuykendall, Jerry ,,.. ,......,.,.. 5 9, 132
Kyle, Amelia ..... .. 8, 50, 59, 103, 119,
Kyzer, 'Donald .........,
Kyzer, Ronald .... 40, 41,
125, 215, 257
41, 59, 111, 256
59, 117, 184, 256
LaGrone, Roy ...........4,..,.. 59, 133
Lake, Betty ...........,.... 59, 131, 183
Langford, Daniel iDanny1 ....... 59, 101,
Langford, Linda ., ., 59, 131
Langston, Sally 40, 59
Lawrence, Phyllis ...,...,.,......... 59
Ledbetter, Linda ..... I .....,.,.. 59, 135
Lee, Ann ..,.... 41, 60, 70, 103, 104, 125,
LeMaistre, Alice .. ..... 19, 60, 100, 105,
110, 130, 217
Lee, Goil ..............,...,.....,. 60
LeRoy, Robert lBobby1 .,...,.... 60, 131
Lindsey, Margaret ....,., 60, 111, 116, 183
Lockhart, James ..............,..,... 60
Logan, James iSonny1 .... 60, 140, 154, 155
Lovelady, William lBilly1 ............ 60
Mantel, Robert iBobJ ..,..., 60, 113, 114,
Marlowe, James lJim1 ....... 60, 111, 140,
Martin, Edward ,
145, 147,149, 152,159, 160
Mather, Alexander CAD . .,.... 9, 60, 128,
129, 182, 230
Mattson, Charles .... . ,.... 60, 115, 117
Mayfield, Martha .....,., 38, 60, 111, 116,
Maze, Samuel iSammie1 ,......,. 60, 100,
184, 187, 257
McAdams, Sandra .,......,......, 60, 136
McCarter, Sara .......,.......... 60, 131
Mccraken, Ray ...... 60, 140, 145, 147, 150
McCraw, Robert .,,.,.,...,.....,... 60
McGahey, Paulette ....,... 18, 19, 61, 219
McMinn, Jan .........., 61, 127, 129, 226
McMullen, Thomas .. ..-.,..... 61, 117
Meadows, Lane ,. , . ...,. ,..... . . 61
Meadows, Michael . . , . .. 31, 61, 133, 182
Medders, Ann . ...... 19, 61, 221
Miller, David .. 61, 100, 111, 115,
123, 140, 153
Mitchell, Louis lButch1 ...........,... 61
Mitchell, Ellen ...,......,.........,. 61
Mitchell, Pamela .... 118, 124, 195, 256
Mize, Norman . . .
Moore, Diane ..
19, 61, 113, 223
Moore, Rufus .... .... 6 1, 117, 118, 123,
Morris, George ........... ..,. 6 1
Nealeans, Susan .,..... ..,.... 4 0, 61
Neely, Diane ,. .. 38, 61, 200
Nelson, Jean ..., . ,,...... 62, 132
Newman, Roger .
15, 47, 62, 63,
1105, 109, 130, 175
Niehuss, Fern .....,. 17, 62, 114, 120, 189
Nisbet, Jean .... 38, 62, 114, 137, 141,
170, 173, 187, 237, 256
Nisbet, Judy . . . . .. 40, 62, 113, 174, 187,
Noland, Annette ...... , . 19, 62
Norris, Kevin .......... ..., 6 2
Nowell, William iSkip1 . . . . . 62
O'Neil, Jackson Uackl . . . . . 62, 256
Owens, Jean ........... ,. 19, 62
Abernathy, Jimmy ...... .. 72, 112
Acre, Joe ........,.., . I 72, 133
Adams, Barbara .. .. 72, 134
Parker, Nina Beth .... 18, 19, 43, 62,
110, 189, 204
Patterson, Marsha . . . ........ , . . 62, 105
Pearson, Marion ..... 41, 62, 104, 113,
118, 136, 200
Pearson, Virginia .............,.,... 62
Pennington, Carol 43, 62, 118, 130,
136, 137, 241
Peters, Sarah ..... ............... 6 2
Phillips, Kenneth .. ........ U .,.,.... 63
Pickens, John ........ 21, 50, 63, 117, 128,
129, 140, 158, 159, 160,
Pickett, Edward iEd1 .,....... 29, 32, 63,
136, 137, 140, 154, 174, 187, 200
Pool, Donald ..,.,.....,.,....,.. 63, 118
Posey, Jane ,.,....,....... ...... ,... 6 3
Pugh, Judith iJudy1 ,. 43, 63, 111,
Pyles, Susan ..... n ...,.,..... ....., 6 3
Quinn, Nancy .. 38, 63, 100, 104, 110,
Raiford, Christine lChristy1 .... 63, 114, 256
Raiford, Evelyn ..... 39, 63, 110, 117
Randall, Pettus ...... 10, 47, 63, 128, 129,
175, 182, 184, 187
Ray, William lBilly1 ..... 63, 71, 104,
111, 115, 123
Reed, John ,... ..... .,....... 6 4 , 120
Reynolds, David .,......,.....,..., 64
Reynolds, Mark .,.. ..,. 6 4, 114, 187, 200
Reynolds, Sharon ....,...,.. 39, 64
Rhodes, Rebecca . . r ,. , 8, 64, 116, 136
Rice, Rachel ...,.. ............ 6 4
Richardson, Ann ..., ......... 6 4, 110
Roberts, Mary Helen ..... 41, 43, 64, 130,
181, 189, 241
Rollins, Vencent lVence1 ...... 40, 41, 42,
Rose, Paul .............. 29, 64, 115, 123
Ryan, Sammie Jean ......,... 64, 119, 225
Ryerson, James Uiml ..... 40, 64, 110, 141
Sandusky, Jinx ,..,.. ...... , . . 64, 110, 120
Sanford, Faye Hollingsworth ...... 4 . 64
Savage, John ....,..,.........,..... 64
Scott, William iBill1 .......,.,. 9, 64, 117
Seals, Sammy ., .... 64, 123, 140, 156, 234
Seebeck, Ann ........ 41, 54, 64, 100, 113,
Shamblin, Robert lBob1 ....... 21, 65, 117
Shamblin, William lBill1 ,......... 65, 111
117, 129, 158, 208
Sharp, Sue .,...,.... .............. 6 5
Shepherd, Alston . , . ........,.... , . 65
Shigley, Marilyn - . . ......,......,,.. 69
Sikes, Gwen .,....... 38, 65, 137, 181
Simon, Joseph Uoei ........ 65, 140, 144,
147, 148, 149, 152, 167, 183
Sims, Jackie ............, 40, 65, 118
Skelton, Rebecca . . . ....... . . 65
Skinner, Linda ......, 65, 119
Smalley, Linda ......., ..... 6 5
Smith, Andrew lAndy1 .......... 65, 118
Smith, Autrey .....,.......,.......... 69
Smith, Foss , .... , 40, 65, 70, 104, 114, 116,
Smith, Jerry .,......... 65
Smith, Joe .... ..,.... 6 5
Smith, Judy ,. 65, 227
Adams, Frank ........,... 33, 72, 78, 140
Adams, Jimmy .,.... 40, 62, 118, 126, 184
Alexander, Michael ,........... ..... , 72
Alexander, William . , 72, 106
Smith, Larry .....
Snipes, Betty Joe
Sparks, Dorothy .. .. 66, 131
Sparks, Judith ., . ....... 66
Spell, Paul ..... 41, 66, 181
Spence, Ronald . . , ..... 38, 66
Spradley, Victor .. ..., 66, 133
Springer, Martha , . .. . 19, 66, 208
Springfield, Rebecca 41, 66, 138
Stabler, Anita .,......... ....... 4 0, 66
Stallings, Linda ....,....,......, 66, 116
Stansell, Diane .. 19, 66, 100, 110, 130,
Stephens, Michael lMikeJ . .. 50, 66,
Stewart, Dennis ....,... 66, 123
Stewart, Martha .. ...... 67, 119, 132
Stewart, Mary . 17, 67, 113, 119
Stocks, Trellis .. ........,... 67
Strickland, Carol ........ ..,. 6 7, 118, 138
Styles, George ...... 67 140, 144, 146, 147
Sukiennik, Carol ..
Sumner, Bobbie . . .
Swail, Clark .....
Swindle, Clarence .
Taylor, Rubye Faye .. 41, 67, 110,
Taylor, Teresa .,,........... 67, 105,
Terrill, Shiela ,...,.... 38, 50, 67, 70,
Tharin, Theodore lTed1 ..,... .. 69
Thigpen, Douglas .
Tidmore, Judith Uudyl .......... 67, 132
Tidmore, Linda ...,.. 40, 67, 100, 181, 231
Toffel, Abigail .. ......... 67, 117, 137
Tubbs, Shirley .....,.. Q .....,... 67, 137
Tyler, Joyce ...,........ 68, 105, 125, 183
Vick, Charlotte , .... ,.... .,.. 6 8 , 137
Vines, Betty ..,.,.....,.,.... 39, 68, 110
Wade, James lJack1 .......,......,.. 68
Walters, Gary . .,.. I 68, 140, 144, 147,
Watson, Jimalyne .
Watts, James ........
Weeks, Martha Nell
Welch, Lanny ....
Welton, Janet .....,.....
,. ....., 68
57, 68, 113, 114
Westbrook, Pat ,.... .. .,..... '40, 68, 181
Weston, Jacqueline Uackiel ........ 68, 105,
1 1 1, 1 17
Wheat, Graham ......... ...... 6 8
White, Fred ........,........... 68, 115
Wiggins, Mary Anne
Wilkins, Jerry .. A 68, 117, 118, 257
Williams, George ...,.......,......., 68
Williams, Michael lMike1 .....,,., 9, 68,
104, 120, 216
Williams, Ted .,.... 50, 69, 140, 145, 147,
Williamson, Johnny ....,........ 69, 133
Winstead, Dwain lButch1 ........ 69, 140,
144, 146, 147, 149, 150, 154, 173
Woodley, Susan .,.... 19, 41, 69, 110, 130,
Worthy, Robert iBob1 ....,.. 69, 115, 116
Wright, Mary Charles ..... ' ....... 6 9, 110
Wright, Rebecca .,...... 69, 110, 111, 130,
141, 175, 187, 237, 243
Wyatt, Robert l8obby1 .......... 69, 194
Zeanah, Patsy ..... .. 69, 132
Allen, David H. 72, 132, 133
Allen, David W. ...... 72, 133
Allen, John .... 72, 133
Allen, Patricia .. 72, 131
Greer, Frank ,..... ..... 7 5, 100,
Allen, William .. 54, 72, 121, 122,
Anderson, Gary . . .
Anderson, Robert ..
Andress, Bill ....,..
Archibald, Dwayne .........
Arendale, J. W. ..
Armstrong, Linda ..
Clark, Pete ,. .
Clark, Carolyn .
. 38, 72
148, 152, 156,
Armstrong, Tippy .. .....,.. 38, 72,
Ashby, Tom ,,.... 72, 121, 123,
Ashley, Gayle ........... 40, 72, 113,
Askew, Anne ..,.......,......,. 72,
Bagwell, Sharon ............ 72, 109,
Baker, lvy ........,......... 72,
Banks, Ann .... 72, 100, 109, 117, 130,
Banks, Dale .........,.......,....,.
Barksdale, Earnestine ........,., l ..,.
Barnett, Larry ................., 72,
Barringer, Bill .. 38, 72, 111, 117,
Bassett, Howard ..... 40, 73, 113,
Bates, Betty ,........... 39, 73, 109,
Baughman, Wayne .........., 38, 73,
Beal, Judy ......,. .. 73, 107, 115,
Beams, Dwayne .. .........., 38, 73
Beams, Linda .... 73, 114, 119,
Beard, Sue . ....,..,.............., .
Beasley, Donald ,.................,..
Beatus, Larry ......
57, 73, 106, 113,
Bell Doris .............. 35, 73, 137
Bennett, Martha ,... .
Bennett, Patricia . . .
Bennett, Shirley . . .
Besant, Louise . . .
Billings, Phil ......
Bills, Mary Ann
Black, Jimmie Ellen
Bodin, Steve ......
. 33, 73, 105, 117,
.. 73,111, 112,
. . ........,. 73,
73, 144, 150,
505111, Joy .,....,.....,...,. 43, 73,
Boothe, William ..... E .....,....
Boozer, Karen ...,.. 73,
Bostick, Lynette ..
Boteler, Jimmy .,.., . ,
110, 116, 121,
Brewer, Glenda ....
Bridges, Myrial . .,
Brock, James . . .
Brooks, Louie ,,...
. ..,..,. 73, 111,
73, 78, 109,
., .t.. '73,'
. . 38, 73, 105,
Brooks, Lucy ......, . . , 73,
Broughton, Scarlett ,. I ........,..... ,
Brown, Joe ......,.,..,...,..... 73,
Brown, Mitzi ...... 73, 105, 106, 113,
Brown, Patricia . . ................ . .
Bryant, O. K. ..
Busby, Betty .....,
Bush, Jeneva .. ..,...,......,, 73,
Butler, Pam .... .. 73, 113, 122, 137,
Byars, Beverly . . . ..,.......,. . 73,
Byars, Linda . . . ,..,... . . . 73,
Byrd, Beth ........,...,,.. . 73,
Caddis, Al ... A . .. 41, 73, 113, 136,
Calhoun, Jan ......,. 73, 78, 122, 134,
Cannon, Skip ...... 73, 140, 145, 150,
Carr, Michael .....,.,.......... 73,
Cayley, Judy ,... .......,, 7 3, 111,
Chabannes, Rene .. .,. 41, 73, 114, 116,
Chadwick, Mike .
Champion, Leon .
Chancy, Cherry ,.
Christ, Shirley . . .
Clark, Camille ..
Clark, Connie .....
Clark, Mary Emily ,.
38, 73, 101,
Clayton, Cindy ..
Clement, Kathy ..
Clifton, Robert ..
Coatney, Sammt .
Colee, Gail .....
Congleton, Greg .. .
Cooper, Margaret .
Corder, Dorothy ..
Cox, Lonnie ..
Crawford, Joan . ,.
Crow, Robert ,.
Crume, Alice ,...
Culwell, Carol ....
Cunningham, Dan .
Cutting, James ..,..
Darden, Carolyn ...
Davidson, Mike .,
Davis, Chris . , .
Davis, Gary . . .
Davis, Harold .,..
Davis, Jerry . .
Davis Judy . .
Davis, Nina . . . . ,
Davis, Ronald .....
Davis, Shirley . . .
Davis, Wanda . . .
Davis Warren .,..
Day, Warren ,,..,.
Decker, Gary ..,...
Dent, Cathy ..,. 74
Dill, Donald ..,.,
1 0, 74, 1 00,
, , . . 74
. 41, 74
. ..,, .... 4 0,74
74, 140, 145, 147
74, 1oo, 118, 125, 128,
129, 140, 145, 148, 154
111, 117, 137, 229, 135
Disney, Jan .,... ...,.. 3 8, 74, 78, 106
Doster, Katherine .... 74, 110, 116, 118, 119
Dowdy, Diane ..... 74, 113, 116, 118, 138
Duncan, Carl ,... ...,,..,..... 7 4, 135
Duncan, Warren .. ...,.....,.,..., 74
Duncan, Yalonda .. ..,. .. 74, 122, 138
Dunn, Wanda ..,........ ..... 7 4, 136
Earnest, Vicki , . . . , . . . 74, 109, 122,
Ellis, Leon ..,,.
Emerson, Julia . .. . . 38, 74, 114, 138
English, Mike .... . . 38, 74, 123, 181
Epperson, Ronnie . . . , ..... 41, 74, 107
Etheridge, Wayne . . . ......,.. 74, 75
Evans, Denny ................,. 74, 123
Evans, Jerry ........,.. 74, 140, 150, 157
Fairchild, Carolyn ...... . . , 74, 122
Falgout, Jimmy ...... .,...,.,.. 7 4
Falgout, Lynn .... 39, 74, 118
Falls, Beth .... ,,... 7 4, 109
Faucett, Jimmy . . , . . . 74, 97
Faulkner, Carl .., ,.. 75, 78
Floyd, Glenda . . . . , 75, 134
...... ,, 75
Franklin, Brody . , .
Fretwell, Bobby . .
Freudendorf, Edith .,.... 75, 114,
Fuller, Brenda .,,..,...........,,... 75
Gary, Dick ,.,.,
Giles, Mary Jane .,
Glisson, Charles ..
Goodwin, David ..
Goodwin, Tom ..
Graham, Doug ..
Grammer, Michael ....,........,
Gray, Libby 75, 108, 116,
Green, Mary Ellen
Gribbin, Bob iGrubby1
Griffin, Ann ....
Grosclose, Jamie .
Guin, Emma Kay ..
Guin, Tommy ....
Guin, Paul ....,
Guyer, Donald ,...
Guyer, Ronald .,
Hahn, Gary ,.
Hailey, Anita ...,
Hains, Charles ..
Hall, Betty Jane .
Hallman, Albert .
Hamilton, Danny .
Hamrick, Joyce .L
Hanes, Beverly ..
Haring, Nancy ,...
Harless, Ronnie .
Harless, Tim ....
Harris, Larry .,
Harrell, Edwin .
Harrison, Carol . .
Harrison, Ernest .
Hartley, Jennifer .
Hawley, Beverly ..
Hayes, Gayle .,
Hayes, Shirley .. ,
Hedrick, Gilbert .
Heller, Susan .,..
Herdon, Jack ...,
Herrin, Butch ....
Herring, Debbie ..
Herring, Nancy .
Herrod, Sissy ..,.
Hewitt, John ,. .
Hickey, Ruby .....
Hill, Catsy .. , ..
Hill, Peggy ...,
Hodo, Diane ,..,
Hoggle, Olen ..,.
Holcomb, Dennis .
Holcomb, Sandra .
Holley, Netta ....
Holloman, Susan .
Holloway, Hank .
Holloway, Valcus .
Hopper, Bob .,.,.
Hosmer, Floyd ...,
Houston, Andrew .,
Hughes, Carol .....
Humphries, Beth .
Hunter, Cheryl .
Hunter, Mike ....
Ingram, Tom . .
Iverson, Donna , .
Jacobs, Carole . .
.. 75, 111,
.. ........... ml,
, .,... 75,
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75,111, 115, 123,
. . . 76, 134,
. . 76, 115,
. . , ...... 76, 134
76, 105, 109,
10, 76, 100,
, 38, 76,136,
. .. 76, 109,
.. 76, 107, 122,
.. 75, 112,
. . f '75,
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. ,.,..., , 76, 78,
33, 76, 112, 114,
James, Kenneth ......., , .......... 76
Jernigan, Kay ....., 76, 104, 113, 117, 130
Johnson, Don C. ...............,.... 76
Johnson, Don L. .. ..,....... 38, 76, 120
Johnson, Linda . . . . 76, 120, 134
Johnson, Naoma . . , .....,. 76, 134
Jones, Brenda ........ 34, 77
Jones, Bruce . . . . 38, 123, 181
Janes, Buddy . . ..... ........ , . . 77
Jones, Larry .,........... ...,. 7 7, 144
Keith, James ........ A .............. 77
Kendall, Tommy ....., 72, 75, 77, 100, 113,
129, 140, 158, 159, 160, 162,
163, 164, 165
Kennedy, Paul . . . , .......... . 120
Key, Richard ,,,...,. 77, 113
Kiker, Charles . . . ... i .,., . . . . . 77
Kilgrow, Anne ... ,. 77, 111, 119, 135
King, James .... ......,. 7 7, 132
Kinsaul, Regina .. 39, 77, 115, 136
Kirby, Billy ., ,.,,. , .,.. 77, 119
Kirk, Linda . . . , . .....,... 77, 132
Kirk, Sally .... 77, 113, 117, 241
Kirkland, Don . ......,....., 77
Kirkley, Marsha . . . , 77, 1 12, 134
Koch, Charlotte . . . . ....... I 77, 109
Koeppel, Kay ........... 38, 77, 137
Krupp, Margaret .... 39 109, 123, 136, 137
LaMoreaux, Margaret .. ..,.,... 77
Lancaster, Jim ........ ..,....,..... 7 7
Lancaster, Jo Anne .... ........ I 77, 245
Lancaster, Norma ., 77, 112, 122, 127, 245
Lancaster, Reggie .......,..., 77, 78, 109
Laney, Skip ........ 77, 113, 121, 123, 158
Larson, Walter .... 57, 77, 106, 117,
121, 123, 136
Lary, Joe .... .. 41, 77, 111, 115, 117
Latham, Joel . . , .... 38, 77, 78, 108
Latham, Mikey ,. .............. 77
Latham, Woody . . . A 40, 77, 113
Latner, Calvin .... .........,. 7 7
Lawley, Gerald .. .,.,.,. 123
Lawrence, Jane .... . . . 77, 132
Lawrence, Sherrie . , . ..... . 77
Lawson, Stewart . , , . . . 77, 154
Lee, Charles . . . .... . . 77
Lee, Lynda ..,. ..... 7 7
Lee, Margaret . . i ...... 77
Lewis, Ellen ..., ...,. 7 7, 137
Lewis, Jerome . . ....... 77, 108
Lewis, Laurene . . . . . . 39, 77, 137
Lewis, Ronnie ,. ,....... E 77
Lightfoot, Alan .. . .. 77, 153
Lindsey, Judy ..,. ...... 7 7
Lindsay, Richard , . . . . . 77, 123
Livingston, Kay .. .... 77, 108
Lockman, Oliver ..,................. 77
Lowery, Dorothy , ..,. ., 77, 111, 138
Manderson, Wilbur .,..,. 77, 100, 129, 140
Marable, Bill ..... .............. 7 7
Marcum, Vernon . . . ,...,...... , . 77
Marks, F. B. lBuzz1 .,.. 77, 113, 140, 153
Marlowe, Ken ,,... .......... 7 7, 123
Martin, Stanley .. ..,,......,.. 77
Martinez, Mario ... ....... .... 110
Massey, Faye ...... ,. ..,........... . 77
Massey, Richard . . , . . , 57, 77, 106, 113,
Matthews, Mary Jane . . . . . 77, 105, 113,
16, 130, 243
McBryde, Fay ...... .,.... 7 7, 116
McCarter, Thomas ., ..,,..... 77
McClusky, Dan ....,. 38, 78, 123
McConaghy, Charles . . , ,.... . . , . . 78
McCook, Richard .. I . ........ 78, 115
McCracken, Libby .... ..........., 7 8
McCracken, Joy , . . . . . . 39, 78, 123, 137
McDaniel, Paul .. ........,..... 78
McGraw, Danny . . . ...... . . 78
McCullum, Harry . . . . , 78, 133
Mclntosh, Anita . . . . . 78, 138
Mclntyre, Agnes . . . . 78 Sanders, Jack . . . . . , 79, 131
Meade, Butch .... ,..... . . 78 Sanford, John . ............ 80
Meadows, Jackie . . i ....,......... 78 Sasser, Jon .. , .. .,.,... 80, 106, 126
Meggs, Sandra .............. 78, 122, 137 Savage, Emalyn .. 80, 111, 187, 245
Menning, Whitney . 78, 100, 105, 114, 243 Scholl, Rebecca ., ............... 80
Merrill, Lee .......... ,............. 7 8 Scott, Gene .... 38, 41, 80, 112, 115,
Miller, Barbara .... 78, 113, 122, 134, 136 116,153
Minges, Eddie .... ., ........,.... 75, 78 Seay, Curtis .... 80, 126, 140, 153
Minor, Lonnie .,., ...... 7 8, 159, 163 Shaffer, Deloris .. ...,...... 80, 111
Mitchell, Rodney . . . ..,.. 78, 132 Shealy, Ray . . . .,.... . i . , . . 80
Mizell, Gail ..,.,,. 78, 113, 137 Sherer, Kathy .... .. 38, 80, 105, 117
Mizell, Gary .... .......... 7 8 Sims, Betty ..,.... ......., 8 0, 111
Moman, Rick . . , ...... ........ 7 8 Singleton, Marsha . . . ....... . . . 80
Montgomery, David . .... 78 Sisco, Howell ...... .g 80, 131
Montgomery, Eddie .,.. 78, 154 Skinner, Douglas .. .,.. 80
Moody, Louise ..... ... 78, 113 Skinner, John . .. .. . . . 80
Moore, Betty ..... .,.... 7 8 Smelley, Charles .........,,... 80, 123
Moore, Jan .. i .. ........ 78 Smith, Don ..i ......,........... ... ..,
Murphree, Roger ....... .........,. 7 8 Smith, Jay .. 72, 80, 108, 140, 144,
Mysinger, Mike ............. 78, 144, 147 146, 152, 177
..N... Smith, Patsy ..,...... 39, 80, 111, 138
Nedridge, Joe ......,.... ...,...... 7 9 Smlfhefmcnf l-ind'-1 - 'A 80' 108' 136
Nelson, unele ....,...,......,.. 79, 111 Snider' Barham -e 't,'A4"" 80
Nelson, Susan .. 79, 123, 124, 138, 197 5"'Pe5' DOW "-- -A--'-----4A 5 0
Norris, George .. i ,...............,. 79 Snow' Richufd '-" 33, 78' 80' 122
Nenneoll, Marilyn .,.... 43, 79, 100, 112, gnvdiff sober' A- '-'--.--A- gg
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Northrop, Elizabeth ....,,.. 79, 114 Spencer, Bvbbv -A -A 80, 123
Neygfnek, cefel .....,.. .... 7 9, 137 Squlfesf KGY '--- -'-A 8 0
Nuckols, Peggy .. .,., ,..,.. 7 9 gi9kZmfdBC6b9f9 ----9'-"'A- gg' ig!
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, Standridge, Martha ..., 38, 57, 80, 114, 116
gsljiil' gms 4 ' ' """ liiil' .KZ Stewart, Sandra . . ..,....,.. . . 81, 136
Overton, Gayle ..........,.,.. 79 Stlll' Barry .' ""' "" 4 l' 57' Bl' H5
Owens Marcia A -HAH. i 79 H3 130 Stlth, Ronnie .. .,....., U . .. 81
' ' ' '-P- ' ' ' gtone, Qndriew . . . .... 8 .I. . ISL,
tone, aro n .... ....... , ,
Palmeff D99 Qyl- -9-- 3 8, 41f 79' 1061 113 Strickland, clennie ........ ss, 72, 81, los,
Park, Shep ..... ...... 7 9, 158, 177 iigl 130' i4il i771 237
Parker' Alice - ---'A--" 79 Stringfellow, Laura Sue .,..,.. 39, 81, 111
Pefkeff KQV A--' 79' 108 Stuckey, Eddie ....,,.,....., al, 115, 119
Pefkeff 5119 --A- 411 79 Sullivan, lee ,......,... al, 106, 115, 117
Emir' hsunsm "" '-'-'--A- 7 9' 133 Summerlin, Barbara ................. 81
G' "C ' army H '-'-'-'-'----'- Swanson, Annette ........ , ....., 81, 136
Sorrfclli' Scsi? -"' H 40' 79' 104' 152 Swanson, Freddy ........ 81, 100, 117, 150
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Patterson, Mickey . . . . , 34, 79 -T-
Payne, Richard H -,..- 79 Tapscott, Sandra .,.... 81, 107, 116
pea,-Ce, David A i 4 i i I 79 Tatum, Carol .... .... . 81, 114
Pearson, Sammy . . . ..,. 79 T0Yl0"1 HOV' - - A - - A A A . 81
Perry, Charlotte . . ,. .. 79, 111 Taylor, James ................... .,. .. 81
phiiiips, Frans H H 79, iii Taylor, Mike ..,.,................ . 81
pike, Frances U ,4.4-, 79 Taylor, Nan ...,. 40, 43, 81, 128, 11236 11215
Plott, Johnn .. ........ 79, 113
Pool, Brendya . . ..........,.,..... TUYIOU Richard - - . - - - 81, 126
Poole, Eugene .... 4o, 79, 104, 107 izsnev, Annitf 81, lg?
Po e, Eloise . . .......,...., 79 01110550117 Y e --- H
pager, Wayne M 79, 154 Tidmore, Bill ..,. ........ 8 1, 109
price, Mary Jana I HAHQAAAVQ 79, 109 Tidmore, Jeff ......... 38, 81, 123
pricheifl Bai, ,.4, ,,-,,.,,,, 7 9, 153 Tillotson, Mary 81, 100, 12T, 122,
Prichett, Kathleen .. ,. 79, loo, 109, 117, T J gf5,l1I226 ig?
130' 141, Q37 immerman, immy .. .. , ,
Pugh, Ronnie ..... ............... I . 79 10WnSind,A-l0l"f1nY -A . ----- 31, lg?
R- rawic, nne ..
Raab, Den ,,... . .,.... 79, 114, 153 Tflmm' WOW? -- 8'
Rankin, Rosemary .. ... 28, 79, 181 Truhen' Gary " ' """"""' gl'
Rcylioiiy 79,iii Tubbs, Charles .....,..,..,.. 14, 146
Ray, Sandra ..... 79, 100, 247 Tucker' Benny "" 8l' log' liz 8? 109
Reeves' Cynthia V H -4'4"v- 79 Tucker, Sondra .. .....,,.. . , , 4
Redding Gerion 4 .V-'.-.. 79 Tullos, Judy ..,., .... 8 1, 114
Reed, Helen ...., , .... 79, 134 Tuma" B0bbY -- ,gl
Reim, Carolyn ..... ......, 3 a, 79, 113 Tumef' L0"Y '-A--1'-' '-
Reynolds, Cheryl . . ........... 79, 111 -V-
Rhone, Brenda 79, 116, 118, 127 Vande,-paai, Jimmy iiiir 51, 112
Rhone, Richard . . . ,. 33, 79, 121, 123 Vaughn, Betty iiii iiilii , Q A 81
Rice, Charlotte . . . . . 79, 83, 111, 137 Vines, Edna iiiil H i i i 33, 81, H4
Rice, Martha ., 40, 79, 111, 181 Vinson, Jim iiirilr Q 81
Richardson, Bob . . . .....,... 41, 79
Richardson, Johnny .......,.....,.... 79 'W'
Riley, Mike ...,..,....... 78, 79, 144, 148 Wade, David .... .,,.,..,..... 8 1, 113
Roberts, Pat ......,.. 33, 43, 79, 107, 121, Walker, Annette 81, 111, 116, 118
122, 180 Walker, Barry ..,,...... 81, 123
Rominger, Linda ...,...,. .....,.. 7 9 Walker, Bob ..,.... 41, 81
-S- Walker, Linda , . . ............,,. 81
Sahn, Thomas . ...., . .., 79, 109 Walker, Randy ... ... 81, 112, 140, 157,
Walker, Tommy ..
Watson, Dianne .
. 43, 81, 111,
Waugh, Judy .......,........... 81,
Wea r, Tom my ....
Webster, John .,..
Welch, Linda . . .
Welch, Pat ..,...
Weller, Vivian . .
Wheat, Connie . . .
White, Kent ......
White, Patricia . . .
White, Paula . . .
Wilder, Jimmy . ..
41, 78, 81, 113,
.. aa, 81, 116,
Achterhof, Gary ..,,.... .. 84,
Adams, Kenny . . .
Adams, Michael ..
Adams, Roy . , I .
Akers, Jeran ......
Alexander, Elaine .
Allen, Clyde .,..,
Allen, Troy ....
Allford, Janis ....
Andrews, Linda ..
Armstrong, Joe ..
Ashcraft, Floria ..
Avery Billy ......
Baernstien, Alice .
Bailey, Donna . ..
Bailey, Judy . ..
Baker, Joe ....
Baker, Margie . . .
Bales, Allen ....
Ballard, Gary ..
Bane, Barbara .. .
Banks, Jane ,....
Banks, Nancy ....
Bardon, Jim .....
Barksdale, Larry .
Barnes, Andy .. Q
Barr, Jane ..,...
Barringer, Dianne .
Beavers, Chuck ....
Bellis, Doug , ....
Blackwell, Linda ..
Blake, James ....
Bleier, Judy .....
Bohle, James .....
Bolton, Donnette .
Boozer, Ellen ....
Boschung, John . .
Bowen, Glenn ..
Bowman, Jim ,.. ...
Boyd, Janice . . .
Boyd, Spence . . .
Brady, Sherry ....
Branton, Richard ..
Brasher, Larry . . .
Brewer, Carolyn .
Britt, Marsha ....
Brittain, Lucy ..,.
. ., 84,
84, 107, 121,
f, .... ffltif '114,'
84, 89, 107, 130,
84, 109, 134,
40, 85, 105,
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85, 105, 120, 137,
85, 112, 113,
85, 111, 140, 144,
, .......... 85,
.. 84, 106, 127,
Brookover, Saraiane .,....... 85, 111,
Brooks, Barbara ...... 85, 104, 107, 109,
Broughtob, James ......,..,..........
Brown, Carol .....
Williams, Mary Carol
Williamson, Joe ....
Wilson, Barbara ..,..
Wilson, Bobby ....
Wilson, Jimmy .. h
Wilson, Jimmy .. .
Wilson, Marian 82, 111, 115,
Wilson, Pene ..... ..........,..
Winstead, Charlie . ...,...,.... .
Winstead, Rickie 80, 82, 105,
Brown, David ..
Brown, Shirley .. .
Buck, Amalie ..,.
Buford, Danny .....
Burgin, Lyn .,..
Burnette, Brenda .. .
Burnette, Jerry ..
Burnette, Shelley ..
Burns, Alvin ..,.
Burns, Joe .,.,
Burrage, Clifford ..
85, 111, 118,
. f '40, ' 35,
Bush, Bill ,. , .,........ ......... . .
Butler, Modell ,. .... 85, 120,
Cabiness, Annette ....... ., 40, 85,
Cabiness, Brenda . . . 85, 109,
Caldwell, Beth ............. 85, 107,
Callahan, Tom . .....,...,.. .
Campbell, Linda 100, 135, 137,
Cannon, Steve ,. ..,....,. 85,
Cannon, Sue .,., .,. 39, 86, 112,
Caples, Bruce , .
Card, Andy ..,.
Carlson, Gail . ,
Carroll, Johnny . . .
Carson, Robin . .
Carver, Jimmy ,
Carver, June . .
Catrino, Kay ..
Chandler, Steve .
Channell, Allen .. .
Cole, Warren ..
Collins, Gloria ,.
Cork, Sarah Ann
Cowden, Beth .,.. . . .
Cox, Steve ....
Crane, Susan .....
Culver, Janice . ..
Crew, Sylvia ..... . . .
Culver, Janice . . .
Curry, Joan ,...........
Daffron, Dennis ....,.
Daniels, Tommy ..
' 'Q sb, 155,
86, 113, 134,
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' .,,.. 39, ao,
86, 113, 120,
., 86, 112,
. 39, 87, 105,
87, 1 07, 109,
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87, 107, 113,
Winters, Ann , .... 23, 43, 82, 114, 116,
Wood, Joe .......
Wood, Terria .....
82, 106, 114, 212,
Woodley, Bill .....................,
Wooley, Eddie . . .
Worsham, Shirley .
Wright, Nancy . , . .
Wurm, Catherine .
Wurm, Dianne . . .
Yerby, Mary ....
Davis, Becky .....
Davis, Carloyn . .
Davis, Faye .....
Davis, Jane . . ,
Davis, Janice . .
Davis, Jimmy , . .
Davis, Joan . . ,
Davis, Larry . .
Davis Merwin ....
Davis, Richard . .
Davis, Robert . . ,
Day, Rick .....
Deal, Bill .,.....
Deal, Carole . . .
Dean, Barbara . .
Deason, Judy ..
Deese, Jimmy ....
Des Rochers, Jim ..
Dickery, Loretta ..
Dockery, Brenda ..
., 41, 57,
.. 87, 95, 135, 137,
23, 38, 87,
.. 87, 111,
Dockery, Donna ..h 38, 87, 100,
Dockery, Linda A.
Dockery, Linda N.
Dodson, John .,..
Donohoo, Joe ....
Dow, Mary Ellen .
Drummond, Ann .
Dunn, Betty Jean .
Dunn, Earnestine .
Dupont, Rosalind ..
Duren, Jimmy ....
Dutton, Jean ..,..
Earl, Terrell ....
.., 39, 87,
87, 89, 106,
Edmonds, Lawson ,. . .,. ..
Elam, Wayne . . ,
Eley, Judy ..,.
Elkins, Butch . . .
Elkins, Jane ...
Emmons, Tone ,. .
87, 112, 120,
Espey, Barbara .. ..,... 40, 87,
Etheridge, Bill . . . .......,... , . . .
Etheridge, Marilyn , . , . 87, 113, 134,
Everett, Retha ...., .... 8 7, 113, 135,
Evinrude, Beverly .. ....,.. 39, 88,
Ezell, Rita ........,.........,.. 88,
Ezell, Susan ,.........,.. ........
Fair, Stan ..... ...... .
Feld, L. B. . ,.... 88, 105,
Fender, Elaine ..
Fisher, Brenda ..
Fisher, Ethel ..,..
Flanigan, John ..
Fletcher, Jay ..
Plummer, Jerry ..
aa ,s9, 105,
Ford, Mike ....., 84, 88,
Ford, Roberta ,.,...,..
Foster, Mary Sue ....
Freeman, Buddy . . . ,
Gaddis, Judy ,.
Galloway, Judy .. . .
Gumble, Beth ..
Garcia, Lillian ..
Garner, Manly ...
Gibbons, Anne ....
Gibson, Ramona ..
Gilbert, Jerry .,
Gilmore, Diane ,...
Givens, Jean ,....
Goode, Allen .......
Green, Ross .,..,
Griffin, Jackie .,.,.
Griffin, Phyllis .........
Griffin, Ronald ,...,
Grimes, Linda .. 88,
Grohse, Peter ,.
Guin, Mary Ann .
Guy, Wanda ....
Hallman, James .
Hammack, Stan ..
Hamner, Gary ..
Hamner, Ted ....
Hamreck, David .
Hanby, David ..
Hansford, Jackie .
Harden, Deigh ..
Hardy, Tom ....
Hargrove, Dan ..
Harris, Clifton ..
Harris, Helen ....
Hartley, Mike .,
Harvin, Evelyn .
Hatmaker, Jackie .
Hayes, Judy ..,...
Henline, Sara . , .
Herman, Jim ....
Herndon, Tamzy .
Highsaw, Mary ..
Hibbler, Larry ..
Hoggle, Ronny ..
Hogue, Lane ,...
Hollman, James .
Holloman, Faye .
Holmes, Jerry ..
Hood, Dorothy ..
Horn, Greg .,,..
Houck, Rosemary .
Howard, Brenda .
Howard, Linda .. ...
Howell, Glenn ,.
Hoyt, Heidi . .
Hubard, Jerry ,.
Hubbert, Helen ..
Hudson, Billy . . ,
Hughes, Lennis ..
Hughey, Grey . , ,
Hunter, Bill ....
88, 112, 135
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... 88, 154
,A ...... 88
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88, 113, 135, 197
.. 88, 108, 135
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, ,....,....., 88
97, 107, 121, 123, 182
88, 105, 122
.. .,.,......., .88
88, 112, 166
. 38, 88, 89, 121, 122
39, 88, 109, 137
88, 122, 134
B8, 123, 135
89, 111, 121, 122
89, 106, 109, 121,
A ,. 35, 89
89, 100, 111
. ......... , .... 89
89, 113, 126, 166
89, 111, 135
, ......,. 164
89, 109, 137, 210
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. ,... 90, 134, 137
, ...,,.....,... 90
41, 90, 107, 153
Joel ...,.,.....,. .,...... 9 0
Jackson, Andy . .
Jackson, James . . .
Jackson, Judy , . .
Jacobs, John . , .
Jacobs, Troy . . ,
Jeffery, Marie . .
Sherry . . .
Johnson, Lana ..
Johnson Mary ..
Johnson, Rubye ,
Jones, Barbara .,
Jones, Johnny .. .
Jones, Mike ..,.
Jones, Rochelle . . .
Jones, Ronnie ..
Joyner, Carol ..
Katrina, Kay ..
Keller, Dorothy ..
Kilgore, Ky ,, .
Kincaid, Al ....,
Kincaid, William .....
Kirk, John .......
Krup, Don . ..,.., ....
La Foy, Wayne ..... , .
Lake, Elaine ,.,
Lake, Jean . , .
Lake, Jerry . . .
90, 100, 107, 181
......'.. 90, 135
89, 90, 144, 149
90, 107, 134
90, 111, 130, 134,
141, 179, 237, 254
39, 90, 109
40, 90, 181
.. 90, 122, 137
. ,........ 90
, 109, 140, 144, 149,
90, 107, 126, 137
39, 90, 154
, ............ 90
39, 90, 100, 122
Lamb, Jean ....,. .,... 9 0, 109, 135
Lancaster, Jo Ann
Latham, Gerald .
Latner, Lester ...,.
Lawrence, Don ..,..
Lawson, Bill ...........
Leavell, Judy , .........
Lee, Betty . . .
Lee, Eva ,..,..
Lee, Richard . .
Leigh, Bob . . ,
Lewis, Judy ....
Lindsey, Linda . . . .
Liverman, Sylvia . , , ,..
Lockard, Greg ...,,
Logan, Carl .,,.....,
. ,...,....... 90
90, 112, 123
. 39, 90, 108, 118, 136
90, 106, 239
......,.. 39, 90
...,..,. 90, 134
41, 91, 112, 181
..,,... 91, 135
91, 95, 197
Lollar, Mitchell ................,,. 91
Loughborough, Eleanor ,.
Lowe, Genene ........
Lowery, Dexter ........
Maddox, Ricky ........
Madison, Deloris .
Mahan, Percy ..
Malone, Norma .
Markham, Judy ..
91, 112, 127
, ,,... 91, 134
. ......... 91
91, 109, 113
38, 91, 100, 109
Martenson, De .... ,.... 8 9, 91, 106
Martin, Charles ..
Martin, R. T. . , , .
Mason, James . . .
Mate, Janet . .,...
Maltson, Natalie .
39, 91, 109
McDaniel, David .
.. 91, 111, 122
McDaniel, Wanda .
McDuffie, Mike ..
McGahey, James .
Mclntosh, Glenn .
McTyre, Robert ,.
Meade, Vicki .,..,
Meaney, Mickey .
Meggs, Martha ..
Meredith, Mary Kate ..,.
Miller, Billy .,.,. . ..
Miller, Buddy ...,. .
Miller, Donna ,.
Mills, Jane ....,
Mink, Lillie ......
Mitchell, Ferrell , . .
Mitchell, Mary .......
Mohan, Parcy ..,.....
Montgomery, Charlotte ,.
Montgomery, Donna . . .
Morgan, Janet .,... I .
Morgan, Martha ....
Morris, Leslie . . .
Morrison, Johnny ..
Moses, Johnny ....
Mouchette, Rigina .......
Mysinger, Pat .......,..
Nelson, Trudi ... ....,.
Netto, Annette . . .
Nevin, Carolyn . ,. . , .
Newman, Frank .. .....
Newman, Jim ... .,. 89
Newman, Tony ..
Newsom, Regine ..
Newton, Patricia ,. .
Nichols, Bill ..,..,.
Nicol, Fred . . . , .
Noland, Phillip .,
Nolen, Mary .....
Norris, Ronnie .,,..
Northcutt, Carolyn ...,
.. 41, 91, 181
41, 91, 112, 136
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Nuckols, Jackie ..,....... 39, 92, 109, 137
O'Brien, Nancy ....,. 39, 92, 109, 130, 137
O'Bryant, Peggy .,.. , ,.....,.... 92, 135
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Ogilvie, Ray .,... 92, 126
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' " "-' Q 158,166 Sirmmons, Carolyn .. 94, 108, 123 Waldrop, W e ..... ......... 4 91
QJ au mela .... 93, 107 Skelton, Bobby ..., ........., 9 4 Walker, D A. ..... ...,.. . . 9f
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' - s , Newt ,.. ....... 93, 108 Slade, Connie .., ... 9 , 5 Walker, J n .... . . .. 96, 13Q
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lston, Melinda . ,.... 93, 107, 113 Strickland, Carolyn .. ....,.. 95, 123 ' 129, 144, 166
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