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i 111 1 mi ■ mm mmi i mk r r:rV- | 1 979 Reveille £§ Hills High School " via Hills, Alabama " Volume 9 ■ " acS fcor Lisa Hamilton • i , fjftf Sandra Smith ! _-__•. « £ _ i. N e rta Bet h M oo n Table of Contents .fe smss 79 A Year of Spirit Activities 18 Features 28 Sports 54 Organizations 104 Faculty 154 Classes 1 74 Advertisements 234 Index 304 H HHBH B With a " Hi " When you enter To a Go Rebels As you leave the Spirit of Vestavia Will be at your side H nr cn9K»MJHnivi m MHHBKi To the classes you attend a Spirit of learning an To the people you meet a Spirit of friendliness . «. ' WSSSP9B HE P -7 ?? h M 1% » 1 . . .! To work together a Spirit ... of success and accomplishment •1 And on the field of sports a Spirit in every Go Rebels ' .£ ■H :C m at % A • We believe in the Vestavia Spirit We live it . . . We love it . . . May it never die It is this Spirit we honor in the 1979 REVEILLE. ll|l IMMPU.ipil " .» . ' Activities Art Editor: Agatha Pihakis 19 Homecoming Brings Fun and Victory Homecoming excitement began as clubs and classes worked hard to prepare their floats. The winning club float was the Key Club ' s " Blast the Cavaliers. " The Freshmen won in the competition between classes using the theme, " Rebels Give the Cavaliers Friday Night Fever. " The night before Homecoming everyone turned out for a super bonfire and pep rally. During Homecoming Day, Rebel Spirit really began to show as the winners for hall decora- tions, and door decorations were announced. The Sophomores won the hall decorations, and Miss Lelia Patterson ' s homeroom won the door decoration contest. Jeff Meredith won the craziest hat competition. During the pep rally some of the football players dressed up and performed a dance routine to " Flashlight " . The Juniors won the spirit stick at the pep rally, with the Seniors receiving Honorable Mention. That night Mr. Gary Pledger emceed the pre- game and halftime activities. Before the game the Band and the Rebelettes performed in a pre-game show. During halftime, which was highlighted by fireworks, the Homecoming Court was presented, and Suzanne Lawrence was crowned Homecom- ing Queen. ' y ni FEVER B1W Y N fCWT ) .», ■• 20 21 Fall Play MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS The fall play, MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS, was a hilarious comedy about the Smith family and their prospective move to New York. The play starred Glenn Eskew, Debra Palmes, Melanie Van- Reenen, Laura Weant, Cecila Davidson, Ty Tow- ery, Lois Grupe, Kyle Holman, Debbie Lockhart, David Coker, Richard Beckish, Lori Leath, Patti Willis, Greg Wesson, Ellen Kyser, and Burns Jones. The play was under the direction of Miss Brasell, and Mr. Shoemaker coordinated the stage. The entire cast did a really super job. New Talent Is Discovered Each year the student council sponsors a talent show in which individuals trom all grades are encouraged to participate. This year the talent show was held over a two day period. The stu- dent ' s talents varied from singing to dancing to playing the drums. A panel of four faculty mem- bers served as judges for the annual event. First place went to Jimbo Stevens, who sang and played the piano. Second place went to Kerri Go- ward, who played a classical piece on the piano. Third place was a tie between Steve Linton and Page Nelson. Steve played two original compos- itions, one on the piano and one on the synthes- izer, while Page performed a short ballet. JL. 1 I 4SL M ■ 1 ' ' " ' Hr ■ Id 1 •J 1 j 24 P.T.A. Side Show The P.T.A. sponsored its first annual Side Show this year in the high school gym. The object of the show was to encourage payment of P.T.A. dues and to increase P.T.A. membership. As an incentive, the class with the most students attending was given half a day out of school. Different booths were set up around the gym including a fortune telling booth led by Beverly Brasell, a magic show performed by Kyle Holman, and most interesting of all a snake pit. There was also a stage show performed ever thirty minutes by parents, students, and teachers. With a large turnout, the evening was a huge success and enjoyed by every- one. 25 The Crazy Costumes of Halloween This year ' s Halloween brought many unu- sual characters to Vestavia. Each class and the taculty dressed up in a certain era or category. The Freshmen came as cowboys, while the Sophomores came as monsters. The Juniors dressed up as people out of the fifties, and the Seniors wore the latest craze, togas. Last but not least, the teachers dressed as Hee Haw characters. The day was a huge success and everyone had a lot of fun. Assemblies Add Flavor to School Life On November 2, the Student Council hosted a covered dish supper for Jan Jeffries and Jay Michaels of WSGN radio. WSGN sponsored a High School Spirit Day, and honored the area high schools of Birmingham. After visiting each high school, WSGN returned to Vestavia and pre- sented the school with an award — Most School Spirit of the Year. " This Atomic World " was an assembly designed to teach students the characteristics of the nuclear world. Using volunteers from the stu- dent body, it presented scientific facts in a way that brought laughter to the audience. The effects of static electricity were demonstrated on Carol Colquitt ' s hair, and the effects of radiation were demonstrated by Allen Mason, Matt Kilgore, and Mark Thomas. I II 27 Features Features: Lisa Brockway Heather Johnson Judi Martens Beauty: Eileen Kennedy 29 Nominees for Mr. and Miss Bill Thompson Nena Beth Moon Wayne Hunter Mary Wynne Brown Greg Baker 30 Vestavia Hills High School Steve Greenfield Suzanne Lawrence Pat McGuire Dolores DiChiara Scott McCormick Wendy Ryan Mr. and Miss Vestavia Hills High School Provy Spina t i • !» vi fc =v.. tr. ■ 1978 Homecoming Court SENIOR ATTENDANTS: Tracy Richardson, Provy Spina, Elaine Papajohn, Nancy Karl FRESHMAN ATTENDANT: Amy Cranford JUNIOR ATTENDANTS: Kim Hobbs, Kim Hunt, Kathy Triantos SOPHOMORE ATTENDANTS: Margaret Rubio, Cheryl Cranford 34 Homecoming Queen Suzanne Lawrence Junior Class Favorites: David Cunningham Kim Hobbs Kim Hunt Phillip Esdale P MCI V V ' J 1 J ; ! Sophomore Class Favorites: Chris McCallum Margaret Rubio Laura Leigh Atkins Trey Wood reshman Class Favorites: Mitch Allen Amy Cranford PatVisintainer Debbie Webb Senior Class Most Intellectual: Beth Watson Geoffrey Sokoll Best All Around: Suzanne Lawrence Wayne Hunter k „ . ' W t l L " m ' At 1 aLm 1 r ' k w f Most Unpredictable Carol Robertson Eric Bedenbaugh Who ' s Who Best Looking Elaine Papajohn Charles McKell Most Athletic: Luanne Ardovino Ry Ogilvie 1 ' " J w .t 6 J « m m ¥V ml w 1 i, M • • i l Most Talented: Cindy Ferguson Jimbo Stevens Wittiest: Carol Morgan David Rikard Friendliest: Ashley Jenkins Gib McEachran Most School Spirit: Mary Wynne Brown Ves Gray Most Dependable Delores DiChiara Steve Greenfield Best Dressed: Sharon Sankey Jim Brown Most Likely to Succeed: Joanne Cory Bill Thompson oys ana uins Boys ' and Girls ' State is a state-wide program in which upcoming high school seniors learn the fundamentals of becoming a good citizen. The week-long activity is held during the month of June in Montgomery. The representatives set up a mythical state, carrying out the operations of a typical state government. By taking an active part in the political life of the community, they learn the responsibilities, duties, and privileges of being an American citizen. The representatives from our school, Suzanne Lawrence and Scott McCormick, were selected by the faculty mem- bers for their outstanding achievements and involvement in school activities. Scott McCormick Suzanne Lawrence onor Students Mathematics: Marty Conry English: Romaine Hain Social Studies: Nena Beth Moon Science: Randy Sturgeon Mechnaical Drawing: Burns Jones Art: Susan Peteet Family Living: Gib McEachran Business: Julie Garrett D.E.: Nancy Porter Foreign Language: Susanne Feagin Choral: Don Hoffman HBP " ' FMUHIJH »Brat»SM»imi iHHfct iii Hii i m ll i ii»Kcawnc rw»TOMw --? The 1 979 Miss Reveille Pageant was a great success. This year the judges were: Mrs. Mildred Myers, Mrs. Jackie Tally, Mr. John Fowler, Mr. Harold Hunt, and Mr. Larry Worley. Director and Choreographer: Tammy Towns. Mistress of Ceremonies: Teresa Cheatham. Miss Reveille 1 978: Diane Batchelor. TOP TEN: L. Weaver, T. Hild, C. Hartsell, T. Richardson, E. Papajohn, P. Nelson, M. Renneker, L. McConnell, E. Nuikkaren. L. Goocher. ' Everything Is Coming Up Roses. ESCORTS AND DANCERS: S. Greenfield, B. Rockwell, B. Singleton, B. Harrison, S. Benner, W. Hunter, D. Valin, J. Murphy, B. Crandall, D. Murchison, S. Driggers, A. Pickard, V. Valin, T. Tillman, K. Smith, H. Yeatman. Miss Teresa Cheatham. STUDENT DIRECTORS: Eileen Kennedy and Wendy Hansen. ESCORTS: B. Singleton, S. Greenfield, B. Crandall, S. Driggers, J. Murphy, T. Tillman, W. Hunter, H. Yeatman. Creativity Blossom: Eeva Nuikkanen Tracy Richardson Linda Weaver Lisa Goocher Elaine Papajohn Leslie McConnell Margaret Ann Renneker Cindy Hartsell Teresa Hild Page Nelson Five Receive Special Awards SWIMSUIT: Linda Weaver. TALENT: PageNelson. MANNEQUINS SCHOLARSHIP: Cheryl Benintende. SPECIAL TALENT: Cindy Golden. SPECIAL TALENT: Cindy Ferguson. op Five Beauties Are Chosen TOP FIVE: Cindy Hartsell, Page Nelson, Elaine Papajohn, Tracy Richardson, Margaret Ann Renneker. First Alternate Tracy Richardson Second Alternate Page Nelson Third Alternate Cindy Hartsell Fourth Alternate Margaret Ann Renneker Miss Congeniality 1 979 — Lisa Goocher i JFL-— 1 1 M 1 ; v 8 1 hhi JPJ Miss Reveille 1979 — Elaine Papajohn Sports Sports: Jennifer Brown Anne Sain The 1 978 Vestavia Rebels — — ■ 1st Row: G. Giles, E. Krikorian, W. Nunis, J. Powell, J. Wilson, J. Murphy, D. Salchert, C. Farris, L, Dujanovic, R. Thomas, M. Wells, G, Murchison 2nd Row: L. Paulin. B. Estes. C. McCallum, D. Champlin, S. Waggoner, R. Castleberry, W. Hunter, V. Farrell, L. Gulledge, R. Ogilvie, S. Parker. 3rd Row: J. Simonetti, P. Esdale, D. Anchors, T. Noll, H. Johnston, M. Mitchell, B. Bryan, B. Jackson, J. Robbins, G. McEachran, S. Stevens, T. Wood. 4th Row: H. Creekmore, D. Cun- ningham, M. Rapier, R. Kirkland, S. Watts, H. Yeatman, B. Thompson, M. Gray, R. Ellis, D. Hansen, J. Crain. 5th Row: J. Brown, B. Singleton, M. Petway, R. Morgan, D. Jordan, P. Schiffman, P. Barrett, J. McGee, J. Cain, J. Gillum, J. Looney, M. Dennison. 6th Row: Coach Jim Jeffery, Coach Sammy Dunn, Coach Peter Braasch, Coach Buddy Anderson, D. Syphurs, P. Meeks, R. Smith, B. Powell. M. Palco, E. Thomas, A. Stallings, T. Lochamy. Region 7 Champion and 4A State Runner-up trophies. Permanent Team Captains: Bill Thompson, Wayne Hunter. Scott Waggoner. 56 Rebels End Season as State Runner-Up Coach Bruce Evans, Coach Buddy Anderson, Coach Ron Page, Coach Sammy Dunn, Coach Jim Jef- fery, Coach Gary Sheffield, Coach Peter Braasch. ndy StaNmgs, Asst Manager; Tom Lochamy, Trainer; Eddie Thomas, Manager; Phillip McGee, Asst. Warner ! VESrAVUl oerrrif TCSTATU «h - ytJm Seniors: 1st Row J Brown, W Nunis. J. Murphy, H Yeatman, R. Ogilvie, G. McEachran. 2nd Row: S. Waggoner, R Castleberry, P. Barrett, W. Hunter, D Syphurs. 3rd Row: B. Singleton, G. Giles, B. Thomp- The Vestavia Hills Rebels finished the 1978 football season with a 10-4 record and a runner-up award for the State Finals. The Rebels started off slowly but came back for an incredible season. Dubbed " Cardiac Crew " , " Miracle Rebels " , and " Cinderella Team " , they got the job done. Prep players of the week were Gib McEachran, John Murphy, and Ry Ogilvie. The " All-Independent " play- ers were Jim Brown, John Simonetti, John Murphy, Scott Waggoner, David Jordan, Jack Gillum, David Anchors, and Ry Ogilvie. Coach Buddy Ander- son was named " All-Independent Coach of the Year. " Head Coach Buddy Anderson 57 Anderson ' s Debut Spoiled by Spartans Coach Buddy Anderson and the Rebel football team opened their sea- son with a loss to Mountain Brook. The Spartans won by a score of 3-0. John Murphy, aided by Ry Ogilvie, Richie Castleberry, and Scott Waggoner, moved the ball into scoring position repeatedly, but penalties and fumbles kept the Rebels from scoring. The only score of the game came with a Moun- tain Brook field goal with only 3:34 left in the game. Wake Up! (B. Anderson, L. Paulin) Walker Stuns Vestavla, 1 4-7 Walker scored first against Vestavia in the first quarter, but the Rebels stormed back after recovering a fum- ble. John Murphy connected with Gib McEachran to cap a 48-yard scoring drive. Highlights of the drive were a 23-yard pass from Murphy to Jim Brown and another pass reception from Murphy to Richie Castleberry, which was good for 1 5 yards. Robert Kirkland ' s kick was good, and the score was tied 7-7. Walker ' s next pos- session produced a touchdown to put the Vikings ahead by 7. The Rebels final effort was unsuccessful. Time Out! (R. Ogilvie) You lost your what? (G. Giles. B Jackson, D. Jordan, J. Gillum) 58 Vestavia taxies into the Jets. (S. Stephens, B. Jackson, L. Paulin, P. Esdale, G. Giles) Rebs Blank Hewitt The Vestavia Rebels shut out Hewitt- Trussville 14-0 for their first victory. John Murphy completed a 30-yard pass to Gib McEachran for the first touchdown. Robert Kirkland kicked the extra point. Murphy ran the ball for 1 1 yards in the fourth quarter for Ves- tavia ' s second touchdown. The Rebel defense never allowed the Huskies inside the 15-yard line. Twice, Hewitt got to the 15, but they were forced to turn the ball over to the Rebels on both occasions. I don ' t want it! (J. Murphy, W. Hunter) I ' ll take four touchdowns, three field goals, and hold the fumbles! (J. Mur- phy) Rebels deplane the Jets. (R. Castleberry, H. Yeatman) Rebels Daze Minor The Rebels never gave up to come from behind to win over Minor 15-14. Vestavia scored first on a 1 7-yard Rob- ert Kirkland field goal after the Rebel defense recovered a fumble. The Rebs went ahead in the second quarter when John Murphy connected to Gib McEachran for a 13-yard touchdown. The highlight of the 75-yard drive was a Murphy pass to Pat Schiffman for 41 yards. Minor answered with a touch- down to take the lead 14-9. Vestavia roared back to win the game with a 37- yard touchdown run by Scott Wag- goner. 59 Bucs Sting Rebs In the yearly grudge match between Berry and Vestavia, the Bucs slipped by 21-14. Early in the game, Scott Waggoner scored on a 2-yard run after Scott Stevens intercepted a pass. The big play was a 32-yard scamper by quarterback John Murphy. Later, the Rebels came back to score on a 62-yard march. Rebel defenders were led by David Anchors, Beau Jackson, Ry Ogilvie, Joe Cain, and Jack Gillum. Rebel defense buries the Bucs. (B. Thompson, G. Giles, D. Anchors, R. Castleberry) 60 Rebels wobble, but they won ' t fall down. (S. Waggoner, J. Simonetti) Vestavia Shuts Out John Carroll The Rebels celebrated Homecoming by defeating John Carroll 12-0. The first time Vestavia had the ball, they started an 85-yard drive. John Murphy moved the ball with passes to and runs by Jim Brown, Gib McEachran, Bob Singleton, Scott Stevens, and Scott Waggoner. McEachran caught a 6- yard pass to score. In the second half, the Rebel defense, led by David Anchors, David Jordan, Bill Thomp- son, Beau Jackson, and Greg Giles, forced the Cavaliers to punt. Bob Sin- gleton received the ball which started a 6-play scoring drive. Scott Wag- goner ran the ball in 3 yards for the points. Ry Ogilvie kept the game a shutout by intercepting a Carroll pass near the 3 vard line. Your Right Guard let you down! (G. McEachran) Yes, but hurry back! (G. McEachran, B. Evans, R. Castleberry) Rebels Rally Over Homewood The Rebels spoiled Homewood ' s Homecoming 21-14. John Murphy passed 7-yards to Jim Brown for the first touchdown. Robert Kirkland con- verted. The Rebels made the score 14- when Murphy ran 4 yards and Kirk- land kicked the PAT. The touchdown was set up when Murphy threw 58 yards to Jim Brown who lateralled to Pat Schiffman for another 10 yards. Vestavia ran the score to 21-7 in the third quarter when Murphy passes 28 yards to Gib McEachran. Bear who?!! (R. Ogilvie) You think I ' m clumsy! (J. Jeffery) Tree extends his limb! (D. Jordan) Vestavia Unloads on Shades Valley 35-21 In a region showdown, the Rebels beat Shades Valley 35-21. Gib McEachran returned the game-open- ing kickoff 93 yards for a touchdown. Phillip Esdale prevented a Mountie touchdown by recovering a fumble in the end zone. In the second quarter, David Anchors intercepted a Valley pass. Scott Stevens also intercepted a pass and Larry Paulin recovered a fumble to set up two more Rebel scores. The combination of John Mur- phy and Jim Brown put 18 points on the board. Ry Ogilvie scored on a 74- yard run from the line of scrimmage. 61 Rebels Defeat Erwin for Region 7 Crown Vestavia claimed the Region Cham- pionship by defeating Erwin 24-7. John Murphy threw two touchdown passes to Gib McEachran in the first half. Murphy then scored on a 21 -yard dash in the third quarter to put the Rebels up 21-0 before the Eagles could get untracked. Later Robert Kirkland kicked a 20-yard field goal to ice the game. Outstanding defensive players were David Anchors, Jack Gil- lum, David Jordan, and Beau Jackson. Jackson recovered an Erwin fumble on the game ' s first play, setting up a touchdown. Vestavia used their best effort to beat Erwin and capture the Region 7 trophy. TEAM AWARDS could have had a V-8! (S. Waggoner) Rebels set up for a touchdown. (H. Yeatman, J. Simonetti, J. Murphy, R. Ogilvie, S. Waggoner) Rebels Put Down Talledega, 20-14 Vestavia dashed the playoff hopes of Talledega in a 20-14 overtime win. The Rebels scored to tie the game 7-7 when John Murphy hit Jim Brown in the end zone from 2 yards out. Robert Kirkland converted. Scott Waggoner charged for 171 yards in 20 carries, including a 60-yard run to break the 7- 7 deadlock. It took a tough defense consisting of Jack Gillum, David Anchors, Bill Thompson, Ry Ogilvie, and Beau Jackson, and the arm of Murphy to seal the win. Murphy drilled a pass to Gib McEachran on the first play of overtime, after the Tigers failed in their four tries from the 1 0. Best Offensive Back John Murphy Best Receiver Gib McEachran Best Offensive Lineman Jim Brown Best Defensive Lineman Jack Gillum Best Defensive Baci Ry Ogilvie Raging Rebel David Anchoi Manley Denton I Like to Practice Award Larry Paulin « tJ Sippin ' cider through a straw. (P. Barrett) Ready or not, here I come. (G. McEachran) 62 Cardiac Crew Comes Through Coach Anderson ' s Cardiac Crew beat Tuscaloosa County 17-10 in round one of the state 4A playoffs. The Wildcats fumbled early in the first quarter, and Rebel John Simonetti recovered. Vestavia drove for points. John Murphy threw a 5-yard pass to Ry Ogilvie for the touchdown. In the second quarter Robert Kirkland kicked a 21 -yard field goal to make the score 10-0. This capped an 81 -yard drive. In the second half of the game, Murphy hit Scott Waggoner with a 3-yard pass for points. After this, the Rebels defense didn ' t allow another first down for the Wildcats. I think I hear the buffalo! (R. Ogilvie) I said, back here! (J. Brown, J. Simonetti, D. Cunningham, B. Thompson, P. Barrett) Simon says, " Put your hands on your hips. " (L. Paulin, B. Thompson, G. Giles, P. Esdale, D. Anchors, S. Stevens) Cinderella Team Whips Banks The Rebels of Vestavia Hills were dubbed as the Cinderella team of the 4A playoffs, after they beat Banks 22- 0. Banks started off badly in the game. Phillip Esdale recovered a fumble which started a scoring drive. Murphy sneaked the ball over the line for 6 points. Robert Kirkland booted a 25- yard field goal later which was set up by a Greg Giles interception. The Reb- els scored on their next possession when Murphy hit Gib McEachran for 17 yards. Fumble recoveries by Larry Paulin and Jack Gillum kept the Jets at bay. The final tally came in the fourth quarter when Vestavia marched 27 yards and scored a Scott Waggoner 7- yard scamper. 63 Miracle Rebels Defeat Johnson Vestavia entered the 4A State finals tor the first time with an exciting 27-26 overtime win over Johnson. Johnson scored first, but Danny Salchert blocked the extra point that turned out to be the difference in the game. The Rebels put their first score on the board when John Murphy connected to Jim Brown for 13 yards and 7 points. Johnson got a quick score before the half but Vestavia regained the lead in the third quarter with a Gib McEachran 7-yard run. In the fourth quarter, Vestavia went on to lead 20- 12 when Murphy lofted a 26-yard touchdown pass to Brown. It seemed as if the Rebs were headed to the finals until Johnson marched for a touchdown and converted for 2 points. The game ended with both teams in a 20-20 deadlock, forcing overtime. Johnson opened the overtime with a third down touchdown pass, but an unsuccessful 2 point conversion. The Rebels took over and didn ' t gain much until fourth down, 8 yards, and a sea- son to go. Murphy swung a pass to Ry Ogilvie who rambled into the end zone. Robert Kirkland kicked the PAT to put the Rebels into the STATE FINALS. Vestavia celebrates its win agairt Johnson. Robert Kirkland converts on winning poir Murphy) isirKiar Hi-Ho, Hi-Ho, It ' s d to State we go (R. Castleberry) Rebels Claim Runner-Up in State The Vestavia Rebels were edged by Jeff Davis 21 -7 in the 4 A stafe playoffs. Jeff Davis made the first score of the game late in the first half. The Volun- teers increased their margin by 21 in the second half. Vestavia scored in the final minutes on a John Murphy pass to Gib McEachran. Robert Kirkland kicked the extra point making the score 21-7. Tight end Jim Brown was selected as Vestavia ' s outstanding player of the game. Valuable defensive players were David Anchors, Bill Thompson, Larry Paulin, David Jor- dan, and Beau Jackson. Cardiac Crew stops Jeff Davis. (D. Jordan, B. Thompson, J. Gillum, D. Anchors) didn ' t know we were playing the Jolly Green Giants. (S. Waggoner, B. Thompson) It ' s mine and you can ' t have it! (J. Murphy, R. Ogilvie) 65 B-Team Goes Undefeated The Vestavia Hills B-Team Football squad, coached by Sammy Dunn, fin- ished their season with a 6-0 record and captured the Jefferson County Championship. The B-Team defeated Berry, Thompson, Homewood, Shades Valley, Hewitt-Trussville, and John Carroll. One of their most excit- ing games was their last minute win over Thompson. John Wilson scram- bled around the left end on the last play with one second left, completed a touchdown, and won the game. Out- standing players were John Wilson, Michael Dennison, Lee Dujanovic, Shelby Watts, Danny Salchert, Chris McCallum, and Jeff Looney. m A OSS ' $- a . Jw _. | WW« " OTAW r_»OTAVU - ««« ' _- ft 1st Row: J. Wilson, D. Salchert, C. Farris, L. Dujanovic. R. Thomas, M. Wells, G. Murchison. 2nd Row: J. Robbins, T. Wood, B. Estes, C. McCai! ' .. ouiiedge, S. Parker. 3rd Rov. ' ' Rapier, S. Watts, D. Han- sen, J. Crane, T. Nool, H. Johnston, 6. Krebs. 4th Row: M. Palco, R. Morgan, J. McGee, L. Looney, M. Dennison, R. Smith. 5th Row: B. Powell. We ' re playing midgets? (T. Noll, L. Gulledge, J. Crane) Rebel Line set for action. 66 Freshman Claim County Championship t Row: S. Her, L. Maors, R. Rookis, G. Salem, P. Visintainer, B. Campbell, E. Grant, M. Allen, K. God- n, W. Davis, B. Browne. 2nd Row: W. Wailes, S. Champlain, J. Jeffery, T. Lewis, L. Greer, C. McCoy, Bonham, C Tarter, M. Sankey, D. Farrell. 3rd Row: S. Parker, S. Walker, J. Leos, A. Ballinger, D. itchard, M. Travis, B. Buckner, M. Mahaffey, H. Pisisis, J. Saia. 4th Row: B. Schiffman, K. Bliss, P. Lee, Sims, D. Benjamin, K. Woods, B. Spencer, M. Caton, P. McGee. 5th Row: Coach Gary Sheffield, sach Ron Page. Ready The Rebel Freshman football team, coached by Gary Sheffield, Ron Page, and Wesley Jeffco, was named the Jefferson County Champions after a 6- 0-1 record. The Vestavia Freshmen defeated Gresham 28-2, Mountain Brook 28-0, Berry 28-0, Bottonfield 12-0, Hewitt 48-0, and Jess Lanier 8- 0, but tied Pittman 14-14. Outstanding offensive members were Phillip Lee, Drew Smith, Worth Davis, Scott Her, Ricky Rookis, and Mitch Allen. Valua- ble defensive players included Brooks Browne, Danny Pritchard, Kyle God- win, and Scott Her. The Rebel Fresh- men worked together to win the County Championship. We ' re the one and only! (P. Lee, D. Pritchard, W. Davis) 67 Cheerleaders Work to The Rebel Varsity Cheerleaders attended the UCA Cheerleading clinic at Ole Miss and won several awards. They received five superior ribbons, one excellent ribbon, and a top ten superior trophy in final competition. Richie Kelly was chosen to be a UCA instructor to teach at future clin- ics. Tracy Richardson, Provy Spina, and Suzanne Lawrence were chosen to be NCA instructors. The cheerleaders have done a very good job in promoting spirit through- out the entire school. 1st Row: K. Triantos, N. Karl, S. Hood, R. Kelly, T. Richardson, K. Hobbs, P. Spina. 2nd Row: S. Law- rence, K. Hunt, K. Woods, M. Brown, M. West, A. Jenkins. Head Cheerleader: Mary Wynne Brown Co-Head Cheerleader: Provy Spina 68 3oost Spirit Clapping to the beat. (M. West, K. Triantos) Fall down, go BOOM! (R. Kelly) A little bit lower! (T. Richardson) Hold me back! (K. Woods) No autographs, please. (S. Lawrence) I ' ve got that spirit? (K. Hobbs) 69 B-Team Supports Rebel Sports The Vestavia B-Team Cheerleaders attended the UCA cheerleading clinic at Ole Miss. They received tour supe- rior ribbons, two excellent ribbons, and were judged Junior Varsity District Champions. You ' ve got your foot on my finger. J. Burks, M. Rubio, L. Atkins, C. Cranford, S. Gutkowski, C. Ackerman. Preparing to take off!! (C. Ackerman) Cheryl, shooting for the stars. Wind it up!! (L.Atkins) Shout, shout it out. (J. Burks, C. Cranford, S. Gutkowski) 70 Freshman Cheerleaders Gain Experience r (tlT B 3h 1st Row: M. Hayes, A. Cranford, R. Spina, M. Hayes. 2nd Row: D. Webb, M. Gulledge, L. Abrasley. 3rd Row: D. Salchert. The Rebel Freshman Cheerleaders attended the UCA cheerleading clinic at Ole Miss. They won three superior ribbons, three excellent ribbons, and were judged Junior High District Champions. My legs are killing me Want to fight? (A. Cranford) It was THIS long! (D. Salchert) Shake your caboose! (M. Hayes) 71 Rebel Volleyballers Named 1st Row: Coach Debbie Speigner, C. Robertson, E. Mejia, G. Sherrill, P. Mills, Manager B. Lawson. 2nd Row: L. Saylors, L. Ardovino, S. Scholl, C. McClure, A. Westhoven, M. Estock. Will somebody up there please help? (C. McClure, C. Robertson.) It ' s a bird, it ' s a plane, it ' s Super Lu! (L Ardovino.) 72 Region Seven Runnersup Let ' s play bouncy-ball! (A. Westhoven). The 1979 Rebel volleyball squad concluded an outstanding season with a winning record of 23-1 . Captains of this year ' s team were Lusanne Ardo- vino and Elisa Mejia. This year the vol- leyball team placed second in their Regional tournament. Named to the Regional All-Tournament team were Luanne Ardovino and Sheri Scholl. Try and hit that one back! (L. Ardovino). I didn ' t know the net was electrified! (L. Saylors). That Super Glue sure sticks. (L. Saylors). We ' ve got to play those Amazons? (D. Speigner, C. Robertson). Hey, team I ' m over here! (G. Sherrill). 73 Girls Run Their Best The girls ' cross country team, coached by Randy Faust, has shown a great deal ot improvement. They worked together to build a strong team. The girls kept in shape by run- ning during the summer. A workout usually consists of a one-mile warm- up, then running intervals tor about 2 miles. Only six more and we are through. (K. Waller, V. Marcus). 1st Row: S. Williams, B. Patrick, J. Brown, D. Miller, L. Dauphin Wells, L. Steele, S. Bunnell, P. Steele, L. Salter, S. Feagin. L. Sturdivant. 2nd Row: J. Scott, R. love to run. (L. Steele) The finish line at last! (P. Steele, L. Dauphin) I am so embarrassed! (S Williams, A. Powell). 74 Cross Country Has Great Season 1st Row: C Hershey, J. Bryant, S. Hines, S. Bowdon, B. Pierce. 2nd Row: S. Driggers, C. Scott, A. Gay, G Lampton, M. Carroll. Why can ' t I use two legs? (C. Scott) The boys ' cross country team has shown true dedication through their daily workouts. All of the boys have done a tremendous job. Steve Drig- gers finished second in the state. Freshmen Andy Hayes and Todd Tay- lor finished third and sixth respectively in the Junior High Division. Coach Randy Faust think I ' m going to be sick. (S. East, J. Warren) 75 Varsity Basketball Shows 1st Row: T. Petro, D. Baugh, E. Bates, J. Kaufman, J. Robbins. 2nd Row: L. Smith, G. Baker, K. Aaron, D. Wood, V. Gray, D. Jordan, J. Brown, G. Russell, B. Singleton, S. Langley. Managers: Sean McDonald, Danny Condra, and Billy Bryan. Coach Gary Sheffield 76 Great Team Effort I got the shower first! The Rebel Varsity basketball team started their season oft slowly. The football playoffs delayed the basketball season. Even with this delay the Reb- els proved they could play with the best. Sometimes disappointed, the team still showed the spirit and pride of Vestavia, and showed improvements with each game. The Rebel Roundbal- lers held their head high with class whether they won or lost. When the Rebels won, they won big, and their losses were within a point or two. Is he alive? What did you say? (V. Gray, D. Jordan, D. Wood). Don ' t you wish everyone used Dial? (V. Gray). 77 tfWfe Hey! The goal is the other way! (D. Baugh). One big happy family? It ' s mine and you can ' t have it. (K. Aaron, D. Jor- dan) Put it through tor two. (V. Gray). Ves Gray takes his ballet lesson a little early. Tim Petro shoots from the outside with skill. 78 Tree slams one in! (D. Jordan). The look of determination. (S. Langley). Woosh! (K. Aaron) Del Wood shoots over defender ' s hands. I wish my arms were longer! (K. Aaron). 79 Look Mom, I can fly! (V. Gray). Tree plans to steal the ball. (D. Jordan). Earnest Bates sets up a shot. Aaron beats the defense again. Shall we dance? (J. Kaufman). A new form of ballet! (D. Wood) 80 Oops! Wrong way! (J. Brown). Kaufman fires an outside shot. A fight to the finish. (G. Russell). t ' fl " " It takes two to tango! (D. Wood, V. Gray). Greg Baker and Jim Brown fight for rebound. Where did everybody go? (T. Petro). 81 B-Team Prepares For Varsity The Rebel B-Team Baskettball team has a determination to win. The team had no " stars " but an all-around squad. Their hard work during prac- tice showed up in the games, as each player put forth a great effort. Each player on the B-team squad is out- standing. They work together well as a team. One of the outstanding games won by the B-team was the 63-49 annihilation of Thompson. No! Back! (J. Shelton) Somebody Help! (J. Robbins) 1st Row: E. Miree, Coach Sammy Dunn, M. Petro. 2nd Row: R. Smith, B. Moon, M. Spink, B. D ' Amico, S. Farrell, H. Johnston, J. Shelton, J. Lollar, J. Robbins, J. Wilson. m «,, p n j m =- 0wV t We ' ve got to stop meeting like this. (S. Farrell) Please remove your hand. (R. Smith) 82 Freshman Proceed to Playoffs 1st Row: M. Smith, K. Bliss, W. Davis, G. Morrison. 2nd Row: Coach Peter Braasch, S. Her, M. Allen, P. Lee, S. Walker, M. Mahaffey, J. Bishop, M. Monti, M. Cost, D. Clark, R. Rookis. Just, just leave me alone! (P. Lee, Coach Braasch, M. Monti, M. Allen, W. Davis). Oh! I broke a fingernail. (P. Lee) The freshman basketball team fin- ished the regular season with a 12-7 record and a berth in the state play- offs. Outstanding players who contrib- uted to this victorious record were: Mitch Allen, Phillip Lee, and Worth Davis. Mitch Allen was high scorer with an average of 1 8 points per game. Phillip Lee was right behind him with a 16 point average. The rest of the start- ing lineup also had outstanding aver- ages. They are Worth Davis with 8 points per game, Mike Cost with seven points and Mike Monti with five points a game. Move over turkey. (W. Davis) Pucker Power! (M. Monti) 83 Rebelettes Dance Through The Rebelettes is a dance team con- sisting ot twenty-eight girls. These girls, under the direction of Mrs. Tammy Towns, are chosen in the spring and perform at half-times of Rebel basketball games. They also perform at college basketball games, pep rallies, Homecoming,-and the Miss Reveille Pageant. Using pom-poms and tambourines, they add variety to their routines. It takes a lot of patience to get the kicks together and to make sure everyone moves to the right place at the right time. Although the Rebelettes work hard all year, they still have time for long talks, spend the night parties, and lots of fun. Captains: D. Valin and A. D ' Amico. Sponsor: Mrs. Tammy Towns. 1st Row: D. Valin and A. D ' Amico. 2nd Row: G. Baker, D. Murchison, K Smith, L. Grupe, W. Hansen, N. Moon. 3rd Row: C. Hartsell, K. Clinard, R. Brown, V. Valin, K. Laughlin, K. Walker, V. Oliver. 4th Row: B. Rockwell, W. Webb, B. Harrison, E. Papajohn, L. Bidez, A. Pickard. 5th Row: Mrs. Tammy Towns, N. Bon- ner, S. Benner, S. Trawick, L. Estes, D. Tucker, J. Harrison. 84 II The Basketball Season Hold the applause, please. (C. Baker) We always get stuck at the end. (G. Alexander, W. Webb) Rebelettes try out for cheerleading. (S. Benner, N. Bonner, V. Valin, W. Hansen) Can I open my eyes now? (D. Valin) Come on and join the " Groove Line " (N Moon, L Bidez, E. Papajohn) 85 Girls Basketball Wins 1st Row: Coach Debbie Speigner, H. Boone, L. Saylors, D. Erber, L. Ardovino, S. Scholl, C. McClure, B. Thompson, G. Sherrill, M. Wiggins, A. James, B. Lawson, manager. NOT PICTURED: P. Hartly, T. McArthur, M. Hendy. I ' m glad this ball has helium in it! (C. McClure.) I don ' t want it! (A. James) Roll out the piano! (L. Saylors) We give up! (C. McClure, G. Sherrill, D. Erber, A. James) Up, up and away! (L. Ardovino) 86 Region Seven Crown Then after the game we ' ll all go to McDonalds! The girls basketball team tinished the regular season with a 14-7 record; and they claimed the region 7 champi- onship. The girls captured this trophy by beating Erwin 66-36. The Rebel ladies basketball team practices long- hard hours, obviously these hours have paid ott. The team has the presti- gious honor of never being beaten by a Jefferson County team. Two players who have helped bring about these honors are Cristi McGlure and Sheri Scholl, the team captains. Slam Dunk! (T. McArthur) Traffic Jam! (S. Scholl, C. McClure, L. Ardo- vino). Leaping Lou! (L. Ardovino). Sheri shoots for two! (S. Scholl). Where did the goal go? (L. Ardovino, C. McClure, T. McArthur). 87 Swim ream Succeeds First Row: J. Posey, S. Estock, R. Black, R. Peek, S. Reeder. Second Row: A. Westhoven, A. Brown, B. Withers, E. Glaze, A. Milling. (Not Pictured: W. Orton, S. Hinkle) Stretch-Armstrong?!! (R Peek, A. Brown) Taxi!!!(S. Estock, R. Black) Shark Attack!! (S. Reeder) 88 rhrough Dedication 500 more laps and I can go. (J. Posey) The Rebel swim team is fast and improving. Our Rebel swim team prac- tices from 6:00 to 7:45 in the mornings and 6:00 to 8:00 in the evenings. They also spend a minimum of one hour working out with weights. Long, hard hours are required for a swimmer to become a champion. These exhaust- ing hours mean nothing unless the swimmer works hard and is dedicated. Outstanding Rebel swimmers include two-time State Champion Scott Reeder, Ail-American Anne Marie Mill- ing, and National Qualifier Jay Posey. W tt BT gBB 1 ™ . m ® " •■ ■• f- pi B ■£? A ¥1 v r,y H - - - E feS . :J Whose got bad breath? (S. Reeder, E. Glaze, A. Westhoven, B. Withers) State Champion Scott Reeder. Float like a butterfly; Sting like a bee. (R. Black) Life in the fast lane. (B. Withers) 89 Wrestlers Claim 1st Row: R. David, P. McCallum, T. Kabase, B. Masterson, V. Farrell, C. McCallum, J. Kitchens. 2nd Row: T Lochamy, trainer, A. Wolnski, D. Hansen, W God- win, J. Gillum, D. Cunningham, J. Simonetti, D. Anchors, J. Martin, E. Krikorian. 3rd Row: Coach Jim Jeffreys, G. Hinkle, M. Gaputo, J McGee, M. Rapier, P. McGuire, R. Ellis, J. Cain, G. Giles, R. Glenn, B. Krebs. Matt Maids: 1st Row: A. Shuler, E. Kennedy, D. Castleberry, P. Willis, K. Wolnski, M. Coker. 2nd Row: B. MacDonald, A. Conry, C. Colquit, D, Krotzer, L. Kreider, A. Erben, J. Pritchard, L. Steele, D. Morgan, L. Copeland, L Dauphin. Trainer: T. Lochamy. 90 Sectional Title Two-time State Champion Phillip McCallum. The 1979 Rebel wrestlers closed an outstanding season with a 1 0-2 match record and the sectional champion- ship. The only two match losses occurred with the states second and third place teams. The wrestlers also placed second at the Berry and Hill- wood tournaments. Sectional champi- ons were Barry Masterson, Phillip McCallum, Van Farrell, and Chris McCallum. Last year ' s state cham- pion, Phillip McCallum, also won the 1979 State Championship. If I could just tie his arms together! (B. Krebs.) ve got to wrestle him?! (J. Kitchens.) Sophomore Action?! (B. Masterson.) Why doesn ' t he have his wrestling suit on? (R. Glenn.) 91 When you got to go: you ' ve got to go! (V. Far- rell.) Ready, set, go! (C. McCallum.) Now what do I do, Coach? (T. Kabase.) I wonder If mom ' s watching? (G. Hinkle) You ' re not making it very easy. (D Anchors.) Heads, I win; tails, you lose! (R David.) 92 May I have this dance? (G. Giles) This wrestling is getting old. (W. Godwin) - 36 f } J _ ■ Don ' t even consider getting away! (A. Wolnski) You ' ve had it now! (C. McCallum) Steady now, big fella. (J. Gillum) David, you know biting is illegal! (D. Cunningham) 93 Wednesday Morning Dead! (E. Kennedy, L. Steele, A. Erben, S. Bull, J. Pritchard, C. Colquitt, D. Krot- zer, D. Castleberry). Stay away girls! (J. Martin). Ride ' em Cowboy! (T. Kabase). There ' s a girl-where? (B. Masterson). I want a drumstick. (R. Glenn). One, two cha! cha! cha! (G. Giles) 94 Come on, turn over! (B. Masterson) I knew I ' d win! (D. Cunningham) I tawt I taw a putty-tat!!! (Coach Jeffery, V. Farrell, P. McCallum, C. McCallum, T. Kabase, W. Godwin) £ m Scratch a little more to the right, please, (D Anchors) The ayes have it. (J. Kitchens) 95 Rebel Girls Suppori The Vestavia Hills Rebel Girls are the official hostesses of the school. They attend all football games and sell the Booster Club football programs. The Rebel Girls paint signs for pep-rallies to help promote school spirit. They decorate the main hall during Home- coming week. The Rebel Girls also attend home wrestling matches and basketball games. They host P.T.A., Miss Reveille, College Night, and the school plays. In the Spring, they have their annual Rebel Girl Banquet. 1st Row: D. Estes, D. DiChiara, D. Reichert, B. Watson, M. Woodson, L. Hamilton. 2nd Row: A. Sain, C. Cain, J. Jackson, D. Walker, M. Renneker, J. Brown, J. Caldwell, A. Pihakis, D. Davidson. Follow the leader! (M. Woodson, L. Hamilton, D. Estes) What a Hunk! (D. Walker, A. Sain, J. Caldwell, J. Brown) I can ' t believe he turned me down. (D. Walker) 96 School Functions Head Rebel Girl: Beth Watson. Sponsor: Mrs. Lane Allphin. Welcome Wagon hostesses? (D. Estes, D. Reichert, D. DiChiara, A. Pihakis) A razzle dazzle Rebel rally! (M. Renneker, J. Brown, A. Sain, A. Pihakis) There ' s a tear in my pants? (J. Caldwell) Senior Rebel Girls: B. Watson, D. DiChiara, L. Hamilton, D. Reichert, D. Estes, M. Woodson. 97 Girls Keep On Truckin ' We always smile while we run! (P. Steele, R. Wells) Perfect form. (B.Patrick) The girls ' track team has improved every year. They are a hard-working group with many dedicated people. To be good runners, these people have to strive to better their times. Leslie Steele has done well in the one mile run, and Betsy Patrick is outstanding in the 60-yard hurdles. The 440-yard dash and the 880-yard run are Liz Dauphin ' s specialties. 1st Row: J. Williams, K. Webb, S. Williams, B. Patrick, J. Brown, D. Miller, L. Dauphin, L. Sturdivant, M. Mahaffey. 2nd Row: B. Pilleteri, J. Scott, R. Wells, L. Steele, S. Bunnell, P. Steele, L. Salter, S. Feagin, J. Gilmore We always stick together! (L. Sturdivant, J. Scott, L. Steele, L. Dauphin, B. Patrick) 98 Boys Show Great Effort To Win Iff The boys ' track team has worked very hard this season. They practice every day to keep in shape. Steve Driggers finished first place in the one- mile at state. He also finished second in the two-mile. Charlie Scott finished fourth in the two-mile. The sprinters include Gib McEachran and Ry Ogil- vie, David Glillespie and Greg Lampton are the hurdlers. The track team is coached by Randy Faust. •■v.. 1st Row: K. Harris, F. Wilkerson, J. Bryant, C. Dillon, T. Farmer, J. Gaskill, S. Cousins, B. Pierce. 2nd Row: G. Conoley, J. Lair, M. Feagin, S. Wiggins, D. Reed, D. Montgomery, M. Carroll, J. Brown, J. War- ren, S. Bowdon. 3rd Row: D. Gillespie, C. Scott, S. Driggers, K. Moore, C. Lampton, S. Hines, C. Her- shey, A. Cay, G. McEachran, R. Moon, O. Eddins, T. Gutkowski. Greased Lightening! (C. McEachran) Determination. (D. Gillespie) Let ' s go to the races! (T. Gutkowski) He told me to take a flying leap! (S Hamilton) 99 Tennis Volleys Into New Season 1st Row: J. O ' Brien, I. Holt, M. Tillman, S. Upton, D. Belcher, D. David, J. Davis. 2nd Row: D. Faught, D. Williams, D. Salter, T. Brown, J. Vance, M. Lee, S. Lee, Coach Carlos Ballard. Not Pictured: E. Tillis, M. Conry. The Rebel tennis teams, consisting ot separate boys ' and girls ' teams, do not begin their competitive seasons until after AEA. Both boys ' and girls ' teams have been practicing and keep- ing in shape year round. These teams are coached by Mrs. Betty Jones — girl ' s and Mr. Carlos Ballard — boy ' s. Outstanding boy netters include Mark Lee, two time Most Valuable Player, and Steve Upton, who started as a Freshman at Number 4 with an 8- 2. Outstanding achievements made by the girls team include being invited to prestigious Huntsville High State Invi- tational of which they won the sports- manship Award. Gretchen Jones returning at the Number 1 slot, was 1 978 Most Valuable Player. 1st Row: D. Johnston, R. Luketic, G. Jones. 2nd Row: K. Johnson, L. Jackson, B. Jones — Coach, B. Watson, J. Walker. Not Pictured: K. Woods, E. Powell, L. Clarke. 100 Gymnasts Show Grace and Ability The 1979 Rebel Gymnastic Team is composed of school and middle school gymnasts. Through hard work and dedication the team continues to improve. Their season lasts from late October until mid March with daily practices from 2:00-4:30. The gym- nastic squad attends local and regional meets, then proceeds to the state championships. 1st Row: S Frank, M. Coker, M. Esdale. 2nd Row: T. Hayes, C. Garrett. 3rd Row: G. Shepherd, L. Lee, T. Bruce, K. Wolnski, K. Dodd. % 4 — ' % - Uh-Oh, I ' m stuck! (M. Coker) I ' m very flexible. (G. Sheppard) Look Mom, one foot. (G. Cox) What grace! (G. Cox) You can come down now. Coach Lynn Peters.) Shackelford, 101 Golf Tees Up New Season The girls ' and boys ' golf teams begin their season in late March and end it in May. Although the teams practice and attend tournaments together, they are two separate units. The Rebel golf team ' s home course is Vestavia Country Club, and the pro golfer, Dave Smith, is their instructor. Each year the state tournament is held in Selma. At this tournament the top three girls and boy golfers participate. Coach Gary Sheffield. 1 st Row: L Kreider, V. Vaughn. 2nd Row: M. Vaughn, L. Saylors, V. Vaughn, L. Freeman. I ' d rather be playing golf! (V. Vaughn) 1st Row: L Smith, S. Langley, D. Wood, J. Kaufman. 102 103 104 Organizations Organizations: Diane Koulourides Barbara MacDonald Susan Newcomer Copy: Robin Barker Katherine Pass Student Council — Working 1st Row: E. Kennedy, L. Salter, J. Kaufman, K. Kitchens, D. Murchison, C. Boyd, L. L Atkins, D Walker, M Gulledge, M. Hayes, K. Sluder, R. Spina, M. A. Renneker, A. Jenkins. 2nd Row: N. Porter, M. Woodson, B. Watson, S. Robinson, S. Williams, L. Goocher, S. Burdette, C. Smiley, K. Laughlin, A. Russell, M. Van Reenen, C. Eltz, T. Hild, P. Willis, J. Jowers, J. Cory, C. Kirkpatrick, P. Visintainer, K. Holt, C. McCallum. 3rd Row: C. Bridges, E. Thomas, S. Langley, L. Talley, E. Grant, P. McGuire. The Student Council is composed of representatives from each homeroom and officers elected in a school-wide election. Our top rated Student Coun- cil oversees all school related activities plus actively participating in many of them. They published the Student Directory at the first of the year. Some of their more memorable activities include the Talent Show, the Boy ' s Beauty Walk, and the March of Dimes Drive. D. DiChiara — Treas., P. Spina — Pari., K. Hunt — Hist., P. McCallum — Pres, W. Hunter — Boys ' V. Pres., W. Ryan — Chap.S. Lawrence — Sec., J.Cory — Girls ' V. Pres. 106 Hard for a Great Year Sponsor — Mrs. Tipton Boys ' Vice-President — Wayne Hunter President — Phillip McCallum Secretary — Suzanne Lawrence Girls ' Vice-President — Joanne Cory Treasurer — Dolores DiChiara Historian — Kim Hunt Chaplain — Wendy Ryan Parliamentarian — Provy Spina 107 The Best in the Land CLARINETS: R. Barker, C. Warnken, M. Brocato, P. Forbis, D. Brown, M. Calamas, D. Coker, S. Crawford, K. Doron, C. Fattig, P. Freeman, L. Gibson, J. Hamil- ton, J. Hill, N. Jovings, G. Kentros, T. Mattson, J. McLaughlin, J. Prater, C. Ramsey, C. Redman, R. Redman, A. Reeves, J. Sakmar, M. Sisk. TRUMPETS: D. Brazier, A. Brown, R. Childers, S. Clarke, B. Dean, F. Forbes, J. Fuller, T. Gillespie, B. Hassler, D. Hoffman, S. Hurst, R. Inabinet, M. Landrum, R. Logan, R. Long, J. Lowe, B. Miller, J. Nelson, G. Patterson, P. Pouncey, T. Repass, G. Robinson, B. Scott. FLUTES: W. Cloward, A. Edfeldt, K. Edwards, C. Gillespie, E. Hutchings, L. Langley, E. McCallum, C. McCrackin, T. Pemmington, S. Powell, P. Ray, S. Robinson, L. Rozendale, C. Smilie, N. Tornblom, R. Wright TROM- BONES: M. Bishop, B Brasher, R. Brennan, W. Carr, J. Childers, B. Cook, C. Enis, G. Eskew, T. Ferguson, B. Jones, J. Roote, J. Wilkoff, S. Willetts, E. Worden. TUBAS: S. Adderholt, R. McBay, P. Moore, D. Wilson. SAXOPHONES: J. Conwell, A. Copeland, C. Cox, J. Dunn, R. Gordan, P. Hopkins, R. Jolly, J. Massey, C. McCullon, D. Morris, D. Motley, J. Norwood, K. Pass, T. Peterson, L. Sakmar, D. Urry. DRUMS: D. Barnett, R. Blaylock, J. Dean, M. Eittreim, C. Goldschmidt, J. Goocher, S. Linton, C. Moore, S. Upton, C. Wilson, E. Bedenbaugh. FRENCH HORNS: E. Eggleston, D. Gillespie, B. Logsdon. BARITONE: J. Geisler. CYM- BALS: K. Knight, A. Logan, D. Ray, C. Sykes. RIFLES: M. Beck, K. Conyers, P. Eaves, A. Harris, C.Hudson, H. Johnson, P. Roote, S. Smith, A. Watkins. FLAGS: S. Burdette, R. Corretti, A. Flood, S. Frey, D. Galloway, C. Smith, L. Stapleton, M. Uzzell, J. Buckner, C. Gibson, J. Johnson, M. Jones, G. Ryan, C. Tanquary, J. Tanquary, J. Waller. MAJORETTES: K. Arthur, S. Hodge, K. Jones, L. McConnell. 108 The Rebel Marching Band Drummers keep the beat. We proudly present the awaid-win- ning Vestavia Hills High School Rebel Marching Band — 125 members strong! Under the field direction of Drum Major Dennis Hoffman, they added enthusiasm and spirit to pep- rallies and delighted audiences with the student favorite " Land of Make Believe " . Competing in the Home- wood Marching Contest with some of the best bands around, they continued the 1978-79 trend of being No. 1 by receiving a superior rating. The fantas- tic sounding band marched in Vesta- via ' s Dogwood Festival and the Gover- nor ' s Inaugural Parade in Montgom- ery. In the end, all the practicing and hard work really paid off. War Pigs! (D. Hoffman) Blow ' em off the field! (B. Logsdon) The memorable " Land of Make-Believe " . (B. Miller, J. Lowe) 109 Color Guard and Majorettes The flags, rifles, and majorettes add exciting dimensions to the Marching Band. Under the supervision of Miss Lois Jolly, they perform along with the band at all football games and pep ral- lies. The majorettes added sparkle and flair to the halftime shows. One of the highlights of the year was twirling fire at a pep rally. Over the summer they attended camp at Oak Mountain where they sharpened their twirling skills. The color guard through many hours of hard work and dedication had another outstanding year. They attended camp over the summer at Montevallo University where they won the competition for best color guard. They also received a superior rating at the Homewood High School Marching Contest. MAJORETTES: Capt. — K. Jones, Co-Capt. — L. McConnell, S. Hodge, K. Arthur. DIRECTORS: Lois Jolly, Ted Galloway, Ron Smith DRUM MAJOR: Dennis Hoffman 110 Add Variety to Halftime RIFLE CORPS: Co-Capt. — A. Watkins, S. Turner, K. Conyers, H. Johnson, P. Eaves, P. Roote, M. Kitchens, C. Hudson, M. Beck, A. Harris, Capt. — S. Smith. FLAG CORPS: 1st Row: Co-Capt. — M. Uzzell, R. Corretti, S. Frey, C. Smith, D. Galloway, A Flood, S Burdette, L. Stapleton. 2nd Row: G. Ryan, J. Johnson, J Buckner, Capt. — C. Tanquary, C. Gibson, J. Waller, M. Jones, J. Tanquary. 111 Stage Band Stays on Top Vestavia Hills High School has two highly respected stage bands. Both the " A " and " B " stage bands have received many superior ratings. They participate in the solo and ensemble competition and several other jazz fes- tivals each year. In addition to this, the stage bands perform at various school activities including the Homecoming Dinner and Miss Reveille Pageant. They also perform at the Christmas and spring band concerts. This year six members of the stage band won the honor of performing as members of the All-State Jazz Band. Over the years the stage bands at Vestavia have made quite a name for themselves. " B " Stage Band: 1st Row: P. Hopkins, R. Gordon, C. McCulloh, J. Norwood, D. Urry, T. Peterson. 2nd Row: G. Eskew, B. Brasher, B. Jones, E. Worden, C. McCracken, P. Moore, T. Davis. 3rd Row: J. Nel- son, F. Forbes, A. Brown, B. Hassler, R. Childers, R. Brennen, T. Repass, J. Dean. Director: Mr. Ted Galloway. " A " Stage Band: 1st Row: D. Hoffman, A. Copeland, C. Cox, R. Jolly. J. Massey. 2nd Row: J Wilkoff, E. Worden, J. Roote, M. Bishop, E. Eggleston, S. Linton 3rd Row: D. Brazier, P. Pouncey, B. Miller, J. Lowe, S. Clarke, D. Wilson, S Upton, E. Bedenbaugh. Director: Mr. Ted Galloway. 112 Concert Band Performs Well SYMPHONIC BAND: FLUTES: C. Tanquary, D. Galloway, J. Buckner, A. Edfeldt, C. Gibson, L. Deng, H. Johnson, M. Jones, P. Roote, N. Tornblom, C. Smith, J. Waller. CLARINETS: M. Brocato, C. Redman, J. Sakmar, J. Prater, M. Kitchens, D. Coker, D. Ray, L. McConnell, A. Harris, M. Sisk, R. Redman, C. Ram- sey, C. Warnken, M. Uzzell, R. Barker, J. McLaughlin. BASS CLARINETS: S. Smith, R. Gordon. OBOES: C. Hudson, C. Moore. BASSOON: S. Linton, J. Tanquary. ALTO SAXES: C. Cox, J. Massey, C. McCulloh, D. Morris, J. Norwood, K. Pass. TENOR SAXES: R. Jolly, T. Peterson, A. Copeland. BARI- TONE SAXES: P. Hopkins, D. Hoffman. TRUMPETS: J. Lowe, S. Clarke, B. Miller, G. Robinson, D. Hoff- man, R. Logan, D. Brazier, R. Childers, B. Hassler, J. Fuller, A. Brown. FRENCH HORN: P. Pouncey, G. Patterson, D. Gillc, A. Brown. TROMBONES: J. Roote, T. Ferguson, B. Jones, M. Bishop, P. Eaves, B. Cook, G. Eskew, J. Wilkoff, S. Willetts. TUBAS: R. McBay, P. Moore, S. Adderholt. BARITONE HORN: D. Wilson. PERCUSSION: K. Conyers, T. Repass, S. Upton, E. Bedenbaugh, J. Dean, J. Goocher, C. Goldschmidt. CONCERT BAND: FLUTES: C. Smilie, S. Robinson, S. Williams, C. Sykes, L. Langeley, E. McCallum, E. Hutchings, R. Wright, A. Logan, J. Johnson, S. Powell, S. Turner, C. McCrakin, C. Gillespie, L. Rozen- dale, K Edwards, R. Corretti, W. Cloward, S. Hodge, T. Pennington, P. Ray. CLARINETS: G. Kentros, K. Fattig, N. Jovings, M. Calamas, J. Hamilton, T. Mattson, D. Brown, K. Doron, P. Freeman, P. Forbis, S. Crawford, K. Knight, J. Hill. BASS CLARINET: L. Gibson. ALTO SAXES: L. Sakmar, D. Urry, J. Dunn, D. Motley, J. Conwell. TRUMPETS: B. Scott, M. Landrum, F. Forbes, J. Nelson, R. Brennen, B. Dean, R. Long, R. Inabinet, S. Hurst, T. Gillespie. FRENCH HORN: B. Logsdon. TROMBONES: E. Worden, J. Childers, W Carr. C. Enis, B. Brasher. BARITONE: J. Geisler. PERCUSSION: G. Ryan, M. Eittreim, D. Barnett, C. Wilson, R. Blaylock. After football season the marching band is divided into the Concert and Symphonic Bands. The Symphonic Band is under the expert direction of Mr. Ted Galloway while the Concert Band is under the direction of Miss Lois Jolly. They perform at Christmas and Spring Concerts and compete in District and State Competitions. To raise money for their new uniforms, they sold cheese and crackers and sponsored the Homecoming Bar-B-Q. Each year the band provides musi- cians for the Musical. These superior bands produce lovely classical music for the school ' s enjoyment. " Do you really want me to play a solo? " (J. Hamilton) " I didn ' t mean to, Mr. Galloway! " (B. Logsdon) 113 Concert Choir Receives Superior GIRLS ' JAZZ ENSEMBLE: 1st Row: M. Nichols, R. Pardue, M. Irving, A. Shueller. 2nd Row: G. McWaters, T. Clark, D. Zellers, S. Rowan, R. Reeves, B. Thomp- son. 3rd Row: B. Steele, J. Rogers, S. Weger, D. Freeman, L. Baugh, J. Gibson, S. Wilson. JAZZ ENSEMBLE: 1st Row: D. Zellers, M. Logsdon, S. McGritf, M. Miller, M. Havill, K. Cloward, N. Stallings, A. Flood. 2nd Row: F. Wordon, L. McBride, S. Benner, L. Weant, A. Webb, L. Jackson, C. Gilbreth, B. McManess. 3rd Row: T. Clark, M. Stuart, D. Hotfman, M. Higginbotham. A Noland, R. McBay, J. Ste- vens, C. McWaters. 114 Ratings Throughout the Year CONCERT CHOIR: First Row: M. Nichols, M. Irving, S. Ritchey, R. Pardue, S. Rowan, G. McWaters, S. Weger, D. Freeman, L. Heffington, M. Hamrick, B. Ger- mak, L. Baugh, J. Gibson, S. Woods, K. Wolinski, B. Thompson. 2nd Row: M. Beafy, L. Harkey, C. Ferguson, M. Haville, M. Miller, S. McGriff, M. Logsdon, J. Rogers, D. Zellers, A. Flood, K. Cloward, N. Stallings, E. Pardue, R. Reeves. 3rd Row: L. Heffington, M. Wamack, S. Stevens, F. Wardon, J. Williamson, A. Webb, S. Benner, L Weant, L McBride, L. Jackson, B. McManess, C. Gilbreth, T. Clark, A. Shuller. 4th Row: B. Steele, D. Zellers, T. Clark, M. Stuart, D. Hoffman. M. Higginbotham, A. Noland, R. McBay, J. Stevens, C. McWaters, A. Stallings, K. Stuart. Through the Vestavia Hills High School Choral program, students have an opportunity to express their versa- tile musical abilities in many areas. The Concert Choir participates in competi- tions, presents programs for the stu- dent body, and entertains at city and state events. The Jazz Ensembles attend jazz competitions and festivals. Each Christmas the Choral Depart- ment presents the Madrigal Dinner in the traditional 16th century manner. Mr. Fleming should be congratulated on the fine choral programs of Vesta- via Hills. You had to be a big shot. (C. McWaters) 115 Aides Offer Valuable Services to the School Guidance Aides answer the phone, file, alphabetize, write appointments for counselors, and complete any other odd jobs the counselors can think of to keep them busy. Office Aides ' duties include running errands, typing, calling absentees, answering phones, and greeting visi- tors in the main office. 1st Row: L. Pridgen, C. Colquitt, B. Watson, M. Havill, K. Webb, D. Castleberry. 2nd Row: J. Howell, B. Crow, S. Cousins, R. Kirkland, J. Powell, T. Jones, D. Jordan, D. Rikard. 3rd Row: C. DeLucas, K. Walker, K. LaRiviere, J. Williams, D. Bouloukos, B Florence, W. Weidman, L. Denton, L. Clark. 4th Row: B. Durie, J. Warren, C. McKell, G. Giles. Library Aides Hard, Faithful Workers Library Aides are skilled in operating all audio visual equipment. They shelve books and repair old, worn-out books. 1st Row: K. Harris, R. Sturgeon, T. Murphy, J. Hansen. 2nd Row: D. Pope, L. Pore, J. Mend, S. Goneke, B. Morris. 3rd Row: R. Ogilvie, T. Brown, M. Tillman, L. Smith, D. Bishop, J. Kaufman, S. Langley. 116 AFS Insures Friendships Abroad 1st Row: S. Stieger, J. Smilie, P. Pouncy, W. Hansen, A. Jenkins, N. Stallings, R. McBay, J. Taylor, R. Hansen. 2nd Row: B. Anderson, D. Hyde, S. Bunnell, J. Rueschenberg, B. Miller, L. Dauphin, L. Torn- blum, E. Adams, A. Follett. 3rd Row: C. Clement, C. Benentende, R. Swagler, P. McGuire, J. Roote, D. Gillespie Although VHHS became involved in the American Field Service only last year, AFS has been a symbol of friend- ship for six decades. Beginning as a 2,000 member ambulance corps dur- ing World War I, AFS has developed into an international student scholar- ship program with 164,000 members. AFS awards scholarships to students with good character and high scholas- tic ability. Our AFS student this year is Lotta Tornblom. Lotta is from Sweden and is living with her host family, the Dau- phins. Everyone has greatly enjoyed the year getting to know Lotta. We will treasure the time this very special per- son spent at VHHS. Art Club Supports Creativity The talented Art Club provides an interest in the creative arts. The mem- bers share ideas through individual and group projects. By sponsoring a school-wide art contest and having a homecoming display and school exhibitions, the Art Club encourages artistic development in our school. By painting the Miss Reveille backdrop and doing the artwork for the musical, they further prove that artists have spirit. 1st Row: S. Peteet, C. Hudson — Pres., G. Ryan — V. Pres., A. Flood, K. Knight, M. Volk — Sec. 2nd Row: M. Sapp, T. Williams, F. McKenzie, S. Wiggins, S. Staiger. 3rd Row: A. Fairer — Treas., K. Shackle- ford, J. Scott, A. Powell, C. Cranford, W. Francis, V. Valin, L. Walters, C. Ackerman, L. Thornton — Sponsor Not Pictured: J. Norwood. 117 BASIC Club Promotes Christian v- IK » — 1 — H D. Pass, E. Pardue, K Wolnski, J. Black, E. Bonney, N. Stallings, L. Harkey. C Rogers, J. Cherry, L. Denision, J. Williams, C. Smith, L. Heffington, M. Wamack, B Morris, L. White, M. Beaty, L. Baugh, V. Orr, L. Poer, J. Aker, D. Snyder, P. Pardue, D. O ' Neal, K Conyers, K. Sluder, M Medvec, M. Higginbotham, G. Eskew, H. Johnson, S. Etheredge, C. Warnken, K. Cooper, K. Ingram, J. Stevens, C Gillespie, D. Wyatt, W. Ryan, B. Whitten. T. Hild, S. Willets, C. Pierce, K, Norlander, D. Schuch, G. King, G. Robinson, J. Johnson, S. Hines, J. Williamson. C. Fahey, J Waller, M. Jones, P. Eaves, M. Calamas, S. Robinson, J. Jenkins, C. Hild, K. Howell, S. Frey, S. Collins, D. Palmes, P Cotield, B. Jones, S. Williams, T. Mattson. A. Logan, C Wilson, K. Edwards, P Ray, E. McCallum, E. Hutch- ings, L. Langley, D Brown, J. Martens, M. Morrison, J. Rogers, S. Stevens. Not Pictured: A Terkeurst 118 Fellowship Along With Fun OFFICERS: 1 st Row: D. Quin — sponsor, C. Smith — Treas., P. Cofield — Pari. , J. Johnson — Hist., W. Ryan — Chap. 2nd Row: T. Hild — Sec, B.Jones — Pres.M. Beaty — V. Pres. The Brothers And Sisters In Christ Club serves our school and the public through their Christian efforts. These Christians present the " Good-Morn- ing, Lord " devotions. They helped fur- nish a library for unwed mothers, built a float and decorated the lobby for Homecoming, helped sponsor the Blood Drive, put on programs at South Haven Nursing Home, and even raked leaves for the elderly of Vestavia. We are all proud of the inspirational BASIC Club spreading its Christian ideals by helping others. BASIC Club predicts Homecoming victory over the Cavaliers. J i . I ' m so embarrassed! (L Hettington) 119 Bank Board Cashes in on Savings The Bank Board, which is a Junior Achievement company sponsored by Birmingham Trust National Bank, operates the school bank. Our bank strives to teach the importance ot sav- ing money to students and to encour- age them to use bank services. Every- one remember to support our Bank Board by opening an account and banking each Tuesday. : 1st Row: B. Mayville, C. McWaters, G. Baker, J. Jeffrey, K. Triantoe, A. Lowe, S. Hood, G. Jones, Clark, J. Martens, D. Koulourides, J. Wilson, E. Miree, B. Moon, S. McDonald, K. Godwin, H. Pasisis. 2nd Row: A. Bhown, L. Lovelady, A. Pizzitola, M. Jeffrey, T. Clark, L. Steele, M. West, M. Pharo, S. Reinier, K. Russell, L. Leath, P. Hartley, L. Denison, M. Proctor, C. Ackerman, M. Van Reenan, J. Gilmore, E. McCluskey, D. Estes, M. Coker, K. Tombrello, C. Eltz, B. Pilleteri, J. Brown. 3rd Row: S. Withers, M. Bal- linger, B. Rockwell, K. Howel, J. Croasmun. h. Buettner — Sponsor, T. Grench — V. Pres. — Pres., A. Brown — Treas. B. Mayville — Sec, L. Grupe 1st Row: S. Smith, S. McDonald, M. Claypool, A. Lewis, G. Reddy, A. Bhown, D. Butgereit. 2nd Row: B. Mayville, G. Cox, A. Brown, P. Nelson, L. Grupe, R. Brown, L. Grupe, T. Grench, K. Bailey. 120 Debate Team — Always Arguing What the President says, goes. (L. Organ) The VHHS Debate Team could argue with a brick wall and probably win. The team is made up ot Freshmen to Seniors who want to learn the art of debating. They compete in many tour- naments throughout the year. They are one of the least recognized teams in our school, and in the past years have had one of the best records in the school. They are trying hard to live up to their reputation again this year. This is not just a camera. (L. Hagedorn) T. Stevenson, N. Tornblom, L. Organ, B. Monroe, A. Ritchey, J geon. Ptlasterer, R. Ellis, S. Estock, R. Stur- 121 FBLA Develops Business Skills The Future Business Leaders of America is the national organization for students of business. Office educa- tion members observe National FBLA Week and National Secretaries ' Day. They participate in business contests and the Southern Region Leadership Conference in Orlando, Florida. Their service projects include collecting " Toys for Tots, " raising money for the March of Dimes, participating in Teacher Appreciation Week, collecting wood for the bonfire, selling helium balloons for Homecoming, and spon- soring the mum sale during Home- coming. OFFICERS: B. MacDonald — Treas., L. Saylors — V. Pres., J. Garrett — Pres., N. Moon — Chap., J. Reinier — Sec. 1st Row: J. Garrett, K. Dawson, D. Koulourides, S. Washburn, L. Saylors, B. MacDonald, N. Moon. 2nd Row: Mrs. Bush, sponsor, J. Reinier, L. Lovelady, J. Martens, S. Padalino, C. DeLucas, A. Pihakis, L. Jackson, C. Hartsell, Mrs. Vance, Sponsor. 122 DECA Prepares Future Businessmen 1st Row: R. Stewart, V. Anderson, L. Burroughs, S. Scott, R. Walzak, J. Berry, B. Dolterbadi. 2nd Row: H. Rookis, B. Gordon, L. Phillips, L. Sprouse, A. Hughes, L. Greer, C. Jenkins, C. Swift, S. Murphy, R. Faust. The Distributive Education Club ot America helps students select and prepare for a career. Their main objec- tive is to better their business skills, but they also take part in various school activities. OFFICERS: Pres — B. Dolaterbadi, Treas. — S. Scott, Sec. — A. Hughes, V-Pres. — B Gordon, V- Pres. — J Berry. 123 FCA Shows Christian Ideals The Fellowship of Christian Athletes was organized for athletes and coaches to meet the challenge and adventure of following Jesus Christ. These athletes are involved in many services including Big Brothers. One of their many charity programs is a Christmas party for underprivileged children. In addition to these charity projects, members attend a State and a National FCA Conference. h.L B. Moon — Treas., D. Cunningham — Co-Captain, B. Thompson — Captain. Not Pictured: M. Denton — Sec, D. Champlin — Treas. 1st Row: B. Thompson, B. Crow, S. Farrell, J. Leos, T. Clark, M. Dodd, K. Benson, D. Dodd, A. Stallings, P. McGee, M. Caton, B. Bryan, J. Wilson, J. Lollar, J. Pilliteri. 2nd Row: T. Lewis, T. Petro, D. Reed, R. Smith, J. Rutledge, M. Emmerky, K. Benjamin, B. Moon, E. Miree, R. Morgan, D. Lee, L. Dujanovic. 3rd Row: C. Anderson, K. Godwin, B. Masterson, B. Browne, W. Wailes, D. Champlin, J Padalino, D. Cunningham, J. Cain, B. Jackson, M. Mitchell, O. Eddins, C. McWhorters. 4th Row: M. Smith, P. Visintainer, G. Marsin, M. Monti, M. Travis, E. Grant, K. Woods, J. Bishop, S. Wangerin, B. Spencer, D. Smith, D. Clark, C. McCory, J. Saia. 5th Row: J. Looney, S Parker, C. Ferris, T. Wood, S. Watts, M. Wailes, R. Norton, G. Murchison, H. Johnston, R. Thomas, M. Wilson, B Bemus, A. Balanger 6th Row: R Parker, A. Hayes, D. Farrell, M. Mahaffey, H. Picisis, T. Stevenson, R Rookis, B. Powell, C. McCallum, B Estes, C. Evans. 7th Row: C Tarter, W. Davis, M. Allen, S. Walker, D. Prichard, S. Johnston, L. Gulledge, M. Garnet, R. Bonim. 124 FHA — Preparing for the Future 1st Row: V. Flemmon, B. Olson, D. Castleberry, C. Freeman, K. Holt, S. Clinite, K. Bridges, B. Shanks, S. Hunt, P. Freeman, K. Johnson. 2nd Row: P. Cantieny, L. Petway, D. Woods, L. Abrasley, L. Mathis, K. Hunton, R. Berry, M. Robinson, R. Mann. 3rd Row: K. Haas, K. Kitchens, C. Robinson, S. Pace, J. Cherry, L. Fuller, S. Swagler, L. Denison, T. Grench, D. Johnston, L. Lockhart. 4th Row: T. Maple, L. Rapaich, K. Waller, D. Brown, L. Langley, K. Winslow, T. Mattson, L. Johnson, C. Russell, K. Smith, C. Lawrence, V. Pearce, C. Pritchard, J. Martens, M. Morrison. Not Pictured: S. Williams, K. Kitchens, S. Reinier, C. Wilson, C. Gillespie, S. Simonetti, S. Swader, B. Tomlinson, B. Whitten. The Future Homemakers help youth assume their roles in society through education in areas of personal growth, family life, vocational preparation, and community involvement. They have stayed on top of things by building a Homecoming float and selling calen- dar towels for money to buy the home economics department a microwave oven. They also work in the March of Dimes Drive. The FHA has really got things cookings! OFFICERS: C. Freeman — Sec.-Treas., P. Cantieny — 2nd V. Pres., L. Mathis and T. Grench — Sec. Treas , K Holt — Pres., K. Waller — 3rd V. Pres., V. Pearce — 1 st V. Pres. 125 Honor Society — A Result of Hard Work The National Honor Society incor- porates the ideals of scholarship, lead- ership, character, and service. In doing this they hope to better them- selves, the school and the community. Members are tapped each spring, and membership is limited to those stu- dents who show promise in future excellence. The Honor Society ' s pur- pose is to honor students who strive for the highest possible degree of per- sonal development in education. The envious students bright enough to be selected use Honor Society ideals by participating in school projects and worthy causes. OFFICERS: 1st Row: S. Lawrence — Chap.R. Brown — Treas, J. Cory — Pres., L. Weant — Sec. 2nd Row: D. Williams — Hist. , S. Lee — V. Pres. 1st Row: H. Sturgeon, M. Conry, R. Brown, S. Lee, D. Williams. 2nd Row: M. Rickles, B. Watson, L. Hamilton, J. Cory, L. Weant, T. Hild, M. Uzzell, B. Blair, C. Hudson. 3rd Row: P. Patterson — Sponsor, D. Freeman, C. Tanquary, S. Lawrence, R. Brown, W. Hansen, N. Moon, L. Stapleton, S. Smith, C. Crawford — Sponsor. 126 FLC Shows Interest in Foreign Countries 1st Row: M. Brocato, D. Hyde, C. Lowman, B. Logsdon, G. Kentros, K. Harris, P. Dawson, S. Ritchey, R. Mills, B. Rozendale. 2nd Row: P. Collins, S. Adams, L. Brown, H. Nguyen, J. Miller, K. Cloud, E. Adams, J. Taylor, S. Feagin, R. Reynolds, S. Bunnell, L. Heffington, M. Weggins, J. Ritter — Sponsor. 3rd Row: M. Feagin, M. Hausworth, C. Benintende, K. Lee, B. Holcomb, P. Freeman, L. Colpack, L. Brandstadt, J. Dodt. Hallo, Buenos Dias, or Bonjour! The foreign language club furthers stu- dents interest in foreign languages and cultures from coast to coast, espe- cially in the countries of France, Ger- many, and Spain. Each year they ' re responsible for the International Ban- quet, October Feast party, Mardi Gras celebration, March of Dimes fund rais- ing, a Homecoming float, and other school activities. They also participate in state conventions and oral competi- tions. ; OFFICERS: S. Bunnell — Pres., J. Taylor — V. Pres., C. Benintende — Sec., L. Brandstadt — Treas., J. ■ Ritter — Sponsor, J. Dodt — Sgt.-at-Arms, E. Adams — German Rep., S. Adams — Hist., M. Brocato 1 — Spanish Rep. Not Shown: N. Berkay — French Rep. 127 Interclub Unites Club Activities The Interclub Council is made up of all the club presidents. They issue club points. Interclub works to provide unity and peace between all VHHS clubs. This year they have done a great job. But, I want to be a cheerleader! (P. McCallum) OFFICERS: K. Tipton, Sponsor, J. Cory — Pres., N. Moon — Sec.-Treas., S. McCormick — V. Pres. 1st Row: B. Dolatabadi, D. Cunningham, J. O ' Brien, B. Bryan, D. Gillespie, B. Holcombe, P. McCallum. 2nd Row: W. Hunter, S. McCormick, W. Ryan, L. Franks, J. Hughes, M. Volk, J. Prichard, L. Steele, D. DiChiara, S. Lawrence. 3rd Row: V. Gray, J. Peacock, K. Holt, S. Bunnell, P. Spina, N. Moon, L. Saylors, T. Snyder, B. Harrison, S. Newcomer. 128 Interact Shows Community Interest R. Patterson — Sponsor, N. Karl, S. Sankey, A. Erben, C. Tanner, M. Brown, C. Robertson, E. Mejia, D. Dichiara, S. Lawrence, D. Rikard, J. Burkes. D. Reichert, S. Hood, L. Ardovino, J. Walker, M. Rubio, S. Wilson, K. Hobbs, K. Triantos, A. D ' Amico, A. Troy, T. Pritchard, S. Newcomer, E. Powell, K. Hammeft, B. Lawson, K Woods, B. Crandall, L. Hamilton, M. Woodson, B. Watson, D. Jordan, J. Kaufman, M. Renneker, L. Smith, K. Woods, M. Pharo, N. Porter, M. West. OFFICERS: 1st Row: B Lawson — Sgt.-at-Arms, S. Newcomer — Pres., E. Mejia — Sgt.-at-Arms. 2nd Row: S Wilson — Chap , E. Powell — Parl.-Hist.. K. Woods — V Pres., M. Woodson — Treas., A. Erben — Sec , S. Sankey — Soc. Chrm., S. Lawrence — Proj. Chrm. The Interact Club is one ot the hard- est-working clubs at Vestavia High School. They are always busy promot- ing projects each month. The Interact Club ' s many services include building a tloat for homecoming, collecting bonfire wood, decorating the teacher ' s lounge and the office for Halloween, giving a party for children at Mark Vil- lage, and visiting a nursing home for Thanksgiving. The successful Interact Club continues to achieve every year. 129 Key Club Unlocks the S. Hamilton, J. Kitchens, D. Belcher, C. Holladay, S. Bowdon, D. Salter, W. Wyatt, M. Lee, B. Cook, R. Swagler, M. Rogers, J. Faught, T. Dwyer, D. Faught, D. Jeffords, R. Black, J. O ' Brien, M. Landrum, C. Ballard — Sponsor, T. Landlord, K. Trucks, T. Bradley, K. Dollar, A. B. Reasonover, B. LaRiviere, D. Montgomery, S. Terebeck, B. Krebs, M. Conry, J. Howell, J. Vance, R. Glass, S. Lee, T. Brown, L. Organ, K. Woods, K. Woods, K. Hunt, B. Travis, R. Sturgeon, P. Meeks, M. Rubio, M. VanReenan, T. Bullock, M. Tillman, M. Lundberg, S. Hinds, B. Brasher, I. Holt, C. Goldschmidt, C. McCulloch, E. O ' Neil, G. Ritchey, D. Steele, A. Abernathy, M. Neely, R. Jolly, E. Till, T. Farmer, T. Gutkowski, G. Conoley, K. Thomas, D. Webb, M. Stewart, M. Strong, S. Estock. Not Shown: J. Butgereit, P. Childs, D. David, J. Davis, R. Doerwald, J. Prewitt, B. Scott, S. Langley, D. Williams, V. Farrell. SWEETHEARTS: K. Woods, K. Hunt, K. Woods, M. Rubio, K. Thomas, M. VanReenan, D. Webb 130 Door to Success Carlos Ballard — Sponsor. " Respond to Society ' s Needs " was the 1978-79 Key Club theme. The members pledged to do all they could for community environment, to improve the quality of our lives. We owe the Key Club for activities such as directing traffic at home football games, lettering the field for home- coming, holding a 10,000 meter run for the Civic Center, helping at gradu- ation, sponsoring Pancake Day, hav- ing a food drive for the Alabama Sher- iff ' s Boys ' Ranch, and raising money with the 24 hour basketball game. Besides these and other ambitious projects Key Club members attend a State Convention in Mobile. We salute the Key Club for its dedication to Ves- tavia High. y % V A BOARD OF DIRECTORS: J. Faught — Freshman, T. Bradley — Sopho- more. S. Hamilton — Junior, M. Conry — Senior. (II II II OFFICERS: J. O ' Brien, V. Pres., L. Organ — Pres., S. Lee — Sec., T. Brown — Treas. 131 Jr. Exchange Swings Into Involvement 1 st Row: S. Taylor — Sponsor, S. Swader, B. Anderson, L. Leath, N. Christian, S. Stathakes, B. Rockwell, A. Robertson, S. Williams, G. Lampton, R. Beckish, W. Wilson — Sponsor. 2nd Row: J. Gulledge, C. C. Fridlien, A. Russell, C. McCluskey, P. McCallum, P. McGuire, E. Hansen, R. Glenn, E. Blankenship. 3rd Row: C. Golden, C. Freeman, D. Woods, K. Pass, B. Germek, S. McCormick, D. Lockhart, R, Kelly, P. Guercio, M. Williams. 4th Row: K. Holt, C. Pritchard, C. Allen, E. Rushton, J. Gentle, M. Todd, J. Mallory, N. Jovings, J. Buckner, D. Freeman. 5th Row: D. Davicson, T. Clark, K. Tombrello, K. Russell, A. Watkins. Junior Exchange Club works to build the character and leadership abilities of its members through activi- ties which are of service to Vestavia and surrounding areas. Among the many activities they worked on this year were participating in homecom- ing, cleaning up the schoolgrounds, and helping at school dances. D. Lockhart — Hist., S. McCormick — Pres. Arms., S. Williams — Treas. R. Kelly — V.P., L. Leath — Sec, P. McCallum — Sgt.-at- 132 Jr. Civitan Helps Establish a Better Tomorrow 1st Row: J. Knight, D. Miller, E. Erber, V. Woods, G. McKenzie. 2nd Row: L. Estes, L. Franks, E. McCluskey. D. Tucker, D. Estes, S. Alderson. 3rd Row: J. Childers, D. Drummonds, D. Barnett, R. Berry, J. Conwell, R. Inabinet, R. Long, M. Eittreim, R. Blaylock. The Junior Civitan Club trains young people to become good citizens. Throughout the year, this club has had several fund raising projects. This money raised is used on many charity projects. The club believes that one can fulfill his life by practicing good cit- izenship on a daily basis. E. McCluskey — Projects, L. Estes — Treas., E. Erber — V.P., L. Franks — Pres.G. McKenzie — Sec , D. Tucker — Pari, D. Drummonds — Boys ' V.P. 133 Leo Involvement Shows Concern . — 1st Row: M. Havill, L. Browne, L. Ballard, L. Klmzey, B. Monroe, L. Brockway, E. Aplin, C Morgan, D. Valin. P. Spina, D Castleberry, S. Smith. 2nd Row: D. Krotzer, J. Browne, E. Thomas, R. Ellis, T. Kidd, E. Niukkanen, D. Zellers, D. DeShazo, J. Cory, L McConnell, C. Tanquary. 3rd Row: B Pilleteri, A. Conry, M, Caputo, A. Sain, L. Kreider, C. Eltz, L Dauphin, M. Coggins, T. Tillman. 4th Row: J. Carter, A. Pizzitola, L. Pridgen, D. Westhoven, J Regan, L. Gray, M. Vaughn, B. Miller, S. Reeder. 5th Row: J. Warren, C. Colquitt, B. Holcombe, E. Bates, P. Saeger, D. McPherson, K Moore. G. Baker 134 for School and Community The Leo Club have out done them- selves again this year in promoting service activities among the youth to develop the individual qualities of Leadership, Experience, and Opportu- nity. They strive to unite both members and others in friendship, fellowship, and mutual understanding. Raising and lowering the flag in front of the school and on alternate football games, planning and completing the Homecoming Dance and its leadout, ushering at college night, and chang- ing the marquee are a few of the ser- vices they have performed for the school. The Leo Club also collected bonfire wood, won third in the home- coming float competition, and donated $1,500 to both the baseball dugouts and radio equipment. B. Holcombe — Pres.; S. Smith — Treas., C. Colquitt — Sec., A. Conry — Bd. Mem., E. Bates — Boys ' V. P., Diane McDaniel — sponsor, E. Thomas — Bd. Mem., Jackie Garner — sponsor. 1st Row: M. Jeffrey, J. Caldwell, T. Towery, J. Bryant, C. Hershey, W. Chapman, M. Palco, S. Arvin, P. Willis, S. Scholl. 2nd Row: J. Hamilton, V. Vaughn, C. Ballard, V. Vaughn, A. Edfeldt, M. Beck, J. Tanquary, C. McClure, M. Reeves. 3rd Row: S. East, T. Schmidt, T. Brockway, A. Westhoven, T. Saeger, W. Brandon, C. Dillon, R Spina, F. D ' Amico, G. Baker, J. Jeffrey. 135 Math Team Ciphers Its Way to Honors Kjji mM| ' J-j V 1 v 1st Row: D. Smith, D. Costa, S. Lee, M. Coury, S. Arvin, D. David, L. White. 2nd Row: E. Hansen, T. Bradley, B. Evening, R. Glass, C. C. Friedman, L. Organ, S. Estock, M. Medvec, R. Watson, E. Bates, Mrs. Buettner, sponsor. 3rd Row: T. Brockway, A. Westhoven, R. Hansen, D. Woods, J. Caldwell, A. Conry, M. Uzzell, B. Monrow, L. Brockway, J. Williams, C. DeLucas, C. Packard, R. Barker, A. Brown, D. Schuch, K. Norlander, W. Hansen, Mrs. Stephenson, Sponsor; Mrs. Tipton, Sponsor. The Math Team is made up of a group of young people from Freshmen to Seniors who enjoy mathematics. They compete with surrounding schools each month in math leagues. They also compete in about ten tour- naments during the year from Samford to Muscle Shoals. Here they compete against teams from all over Alabama and the Southeast. The Math Team has worked to keep their undefeated title. a: n a • •• it . tttMfcj Who needs a computer? (S. Estock) Who needs math with her around? (M. Conry) 136 Music Club De-Notes Quality Hey! All you music lovers! The Music Club gives its members a chance to listen and to learn difterent types of music. They hear various peri- ods and styles of music and combine them. The Music Club entered a float in homecoming competition and attended several musical events such as operas and symphonies throughout the year. P. Roote — V. Pres., S. Hodge — Sec.-Treas., D. Gillespie — Pres. 1st Row: T. Davis, D. Gillespie, S. Linton, A. Copeland, J Dean, J. Goocher, S. Adderholt. 2nd Row: J. Roote, M. Logsdon, M. Phillips, D. Zellers, B. Tomlinsin, S. Rowan, D. Ray, D. Justice, T. Clarke. 3rd Row: F. Worden, B. Steel, P. Roote, S. Hodge. 137 Pep Club Promotes School Spirit The Pep Club promotes school spirit by encouraging attendance at football games. They are in charge of spirit in the student section. They make signs promoting basketball and baseball games. R. Kirkland — Sgt.-at-Arms, D. Syphurs — Treas., B. Harrison — Pres., T. Richardson — V. Pres Abrasley — Sec., G. Jones — Sgt.-at-Arms, Sammy Dunn — sponsor, Debbie Speigner — sponsor. 1 st Row: D. Syphurs, G. Morris, P. Esdale, E. Krikorian, M. Sankey, D. Salchert, J. Robbins, C. Greiler. 2nd Row: K. Prewitt, R. Kirkland, J. Salchert, A. Jenkins, M. Salem, P. Pharo, P. Nell, S. Duncan, L. Mollica, R. Norris, B. Ausbeck, A. Pickard, E. Kennedy. 3rd Row: G. Giles, A. Lowe, T. Allen, N. Strozier, A. Cosmas, T. Richardson, S. Christian, K. Abrasley, T. Petro, L. Weaver, K. Howell, M. Ballinger, D. Bouloukos, T. Dodd. 4th Row: T. Strasburger, J. Powell, T. Jones, M. Mahaftey, S. Stephens, E. Shanks, B. Jackson, B. Blair, S. Goneke, R. Moncriet, M. Spink, M. Petway. 5th Row: G. Kassas, G. Jones, J. Gaskill, J. Williams, S. Cousins, J. Croasmun, B. Krebs, R. Moon, D. DeShazo, C. McKell, E. Papajohn, J. Salchert, L. Christian. 6th Row: A. Spain, K. Jenkins, C Gall, M. McCloud. P. Wood, J. Brooks, W. Warren, P. Gillum, S. Jernigh, D. Vigee, V. Smeraglia, N. Watson. 138 Photography Club Shoots 79 1st Row: P. Robbins, T. Schmidt, J. Nelson, D. Stevens, J. Lair, R. McBay, P. Pouncey, F. Forbes. T. Ferguson, T. Repass, J. Reeves, S. Francis, C. Fattig, R. Brennan, B. Dean, S. Eittreim, T. Snyder, J. Burds, B. Rankin. Smile! You ' re on Rebel Camera! The photography club has been hiding in every corner capturing the true spirit of VHHS on film. Learning various aspects of photography, these ama- teur photographers make field trips and expeditions to find scenes with great composition. This club sponsors a school-wide photography contest each year. F. Forbes — Sec. , R McBay — V. Pres. , P. Pouncy — Pres. Not Pictured: C. McCracken — Treas. Gotcha! (P. Pouncey) 139 Sophomore Action Gets Off to a Good Star 1st Row: A. Brown, G. Belcher, R. David, B. Crow, S. Woods, G. Hinkle, J. Ardovino. 2nd Row: K. Leos, L. Clarke, J. Jackson, C. Chapman, K. Smith, C. Pack- ard, S. Gutkowski, K. Webb, K. Lavendar, C. Boyd, D. Freeman, J. Gilmore, L. Atkins, D. Walker, V. Pearce, K. Follett, L. King, L. Jones. 3rd Row: L. Pennington D. Eubanks, L. Copeland, T. Dickson, L. Waggoner, G. Rhodes, J. Reuschenburg, S. Bullock, T. McArthur, D. Murchison, N. Oliver, J. Jowers, M. Kennedy, K Johnson, D. Morgan. 4th Row: A. Shuler, D. Pope, H. Hurst, B. Thomson, S. Burdette, L. Salter, K. Kennedy, J. Cory, K. Laughlin, B. Florence, L. Richardson, C Ferlisi, G. Sherrill, D. Erber, D. Vanderver, C. Cain, G. Snyder. We extend a warm welcome to the spirited, new Sophomore Action Club! This club is serving its class, school, and community well by earning money, promoting spirit, and doing volunteer work. They held work shops to prepare for pep rallies and made a sign for the front of the school for homecoming. These sophomores sponsored several families for Christ- mas and aided the poor at Thanksgiv- ing. As you can see, this new club quickly proved its worth to VHHS. ! OFFICERS: S. Burdette — Proj. Chrm., J. Gilmore — Treas., S. Wood — Sgt.-at-Arms, L. Atkins — Pres., K. Laughlin — V. Pres., C. Boyd — Sec., A. Pilleteri — Sponsor. 140 Radio Creates Waves of Activities OFFICERS: B. Shamblin and C. Cuppett — Sgts.-at-Arms, M. Hyde — Treas., C. Brooks — Joint Sec., J.Clark — Pres, S.Alexander — V. Pres., M. Sheikh — sponsor. Not Pictured: J. Dorminey — Sec. If you are interested in the process of communication and CB and HAM radio, the Radio Club is open to you. They entered a float in Homecoming competition, worked as hospital volun- teers, collected firewood for the bon- fire and raised money for the March of Dimes. They also participated in Teacher Appreciation Week. These radio fans have attended HAM and CB conferences. MEMBERS: L. Lovell, R. Richardson, D. Leo, G. Powell, C. Brooks, M. Watson, M. Hyde, J. Dorminey, E. Bruner, B. Green, S. Alexander, C. Cuppett, M. Wind- ham, J. Clark, B. McLeod, J. Caddell, B. Shambliss, A. Ritchey, G. Cuthrell, A. Weaver, B. Jones, R. Peden, D. Urry, B. Webb, A. Mason, C. Clement, T. Snyder, T. Biggers, W. Welch, M. Yates, D. Rainer, L. Morris, L. Easter, D. Dean, J. Smilie, C Shepherd, J. McGhee, T. Maple, M. Hawkins, K. Watthall, E. Green, M. Muller, J. Hills, E. Enis, B. Beardon, C Smilie, T. Fish, G. Shepherd, R. Mayhall, D. Swader, P. Goins, G. Jackson, D. Smith, J. Swift. 141 Stage Crew " Spotlights " Action 1st Row: J. Woodson, T. Murphy, J Landburt, J. Gaskins, C. Benton, S. Dicotti, M. Emmerke, D Leo, M. Kilgore. 2nd Row: W Fancher, S. Tornblom, J. Gul- ledge, J. Hancken, R Shafer, G. Gasque, R. Merrick, L. Forbes. 3rd Row: D. Highland, T Barnes, A. Noland. Did you ever wonder who runs the light and sound systems for every assembly, operates the press box at football games, builds sets for plays, and keeps the stage neat and orderly? The answer is the Stage Crew. This year like every year, the Stage Crew has done a wonderful job. The stage crew hard at work. (T. Gillespie, R. Shafer) 142 Thespians — Devoted Drama Students MEMBERS: T. Barnes, M. Beaty, R. Beckish, D. Bishop, D. Coker, G. Eskew, C. Ferguson, P. Eaves, C. Gilbreth, C. Goldschmidt, L. Hagedorn, D. Highland, D. Hoffman, J. Hughes, L. Leath, D. Marcrum, J. McLauphlin, R. Merrick, A. Noland, D. Palmes, K. Sluder, T. Snyder, M. Uzzell, M. Van Reenan, W. Wailes, A. Watkins, L. Weant, D. Westhoven, S. Willets, J. Stevens, C. Davidson, S. Reinhardt, G. Wesson, E. Kyser, M. Hauswirth. ' I OFFICERS: 1 st Row: W. Wailes — Asst. Hist., L. Hagedorn — Pari., J. Hughes — Pres., L. Weant — V. || Pres. 2nd Row: C. Ferguson — Chap., M. Beaty — Sec, G. Eskew — Treas., R. Beckish — Sgt.-at- Arms. The Thespian Troupe advances the standards of excellence in dramatic arts. Members of the Troupe encour- age students to attain better speech, develop poise and self-control, and appreciate dramatic literature. In the fall they put on the production of the play " Meet Me in St. Louis " for the stu- dent body, and in the spring they pre- sented " South Pacific " . Thespians participate in competitions and the State Thespian Convention. They also usher for the Town and Gown Theater. 143 Wilderness Shows Concern for Nature 1st Row: J. Standi, W. Dickinson, C. Colmant, P. Smith, S. Driggers, R. Burkett. 2nd Row: P. Jones, R. Gainer, R. Ferguson, R. Sturgeon, P. Griffith, M. Salmon, B. Withers. 3rd Row: M. Hendy, D. Hawkins, P. Hartley, J. Farmer, S. Clark, T. Seal, K. Kitchens, D. Ziegler. 4th Row: C. Thienpont, D. Evans, B. Pugh, S. Williams, M. Bishop. The Wilderness Club was formed by students who have an interest in hik- ing, canoeing, and other outdoor activities. Members get together for hikes and other out-of-school activi- ties. One of their services is getting blisters in the Walk-A-Thon. B. Withers — Pres. — Treas. W. Dickinson — Sgt.-at-Arms, R. Gainer — Sec., R. Burkette — V. Pres., P. White 144 Tri-Hi-Y Is High on Service OFFICERS: 1 st Row: B. Patrick — Pari., P. Steele — Soc. Chrm., P. Sherrell — Treas., L. Ensor — Hist. 2nd Row: L. Steele — Proj. Chrm., A. Harris — Sec., L. Sturdivant — V. Pres., J. Prichard — Pres., D. Marcrum — Frosh Advisor, S. Turner — Telephone Chrm. Tri-Hi-Y Club is a service club. It works hard each year for both the school and community. Making coffee for the teachers, visiting the Children ' s Hospital for Christmas and Valentine Day, and sponsoring a family for Thanksgiving are just a few activities they have done this year. They also plan to paint barrels to be used as wastebaskets on the senior patio. Each year they attend Camp Cosby and Youth Legislature Conferences. 1st Row: A. Follett, W. Weidman, S. Turner, A. Harris, V. Turner, K. Doron, L. Sokoll, L. Johnson, R. Pate, W. Clower, J. Prader, V. Flemmon. 2nd Row: S. Pitisci, J. Meeham, C. Eatman, P. Steele, R. Connoley, K. Reed, M. Finchum, R. Barker, L. Bonney, L. Warren, S. Hodge, J. Barrett, J. Bryna, J. Prichard, P. Sherrell, L. Mathis, T. Etheridge, C. Ramsey, B. Olson. 3rd Row: S. Hurst, C. Wilson, L. McBride, L. Steele, B. Patrick, R. Wells, S. Powell, L. Gibson, L. Sacmore, S. Benner, A. Webb, B. Ross, S. Swaggler, L. Lockhart, K. Kitchens, J. Mitchell. 145 Lettermen Show Athletic Ability it mi ._ SWEETHEARTS: K. Triantos, K. Hobbs. 1st Row: J. Martin, D. Baugh, V. Gray, W. Godwin, F. Waggoner, W. Hunter. 2nd Row: T. Lochamy, J. Simonetti, D. Wood, D. Anchors, L. Paulin, B. Brian. 3rd Row: R. Ogilvie, P. Barrett, J. Gillum, C. Hall, W. Nunnis, G. McEachran, R. Castleberry, Coach Sheffield, Sponsor. A " letterman " is anyone who has participated in a varsity sport. These superior athletes make up the Letter- man Club. This spirited club is involved in several service projects. OFFICERS: B. Bryan — V. Pres., W. Hunter — Sec.-Treas, V. Gray — Pres. 146 Freshman Club Helps Rookies Adjust MEMBERS: G. Saunders, L. Peden, B. Wilson, V. Fridlin, L. Rapaich, B. Durie, S. Holladay, B. Campbell, D. Hines, B. Shanks, L. Fuller, D. Stathakes, C Klrkpatrick, K. Hunton, D. Salchert, M. Grelier, J. Siniard, S. Wyatt, K. Johnson, S. Strozier, C. DeFalco, K. Arnold, K. Winslow, J. Budoff, R. Dickson, S. Ward, D Mills, C. Stevens, M. Irving, D. Fater, L. Petway, L. Abrasley, K. Thomas, V. Marcus, D. Webb, D. Costa, J. Peacock, P. Cantieny, R. Mann, R. Hansen, G. Gerson, M. Robin- son, C. Robinson, M. Gulledge, M. Proctor, V. Valin, S, Ausbeck, J. Warren, R. Watson, J. Pender, D. Gillis, C. Russell, S. Reinier, A. Cranford, V. Bull, F. White. M. Tombrello, M. Hayes, S. Hartsell, G. McWaters, L. Youngers, S. Hunt, M. Hayes, M. Coker, S. Clinite, J. Justice, R. Norris, R. Martin, B. Scott, J. Geisler, S. Moncrief, T. Lee, L. Greer, B. Schiffman, K. Bliss, C. Bridges. S. Bendall, F. Talley, J. Gibson, K. Lawson, T. Maple, S. Jeffords, T Marek, G. G White, L. Cooper, D. Philips. W. Carr, D. Conrad, M. David, K. Reynolds, T. Hoagland. Attention Freshmen! Each year there is a Freshman Club, just for the newcomers to our school, which unites the inexperienced freshmen and acquaints and involves them with the new high school life and its activi- ties. It helps the freshman class partici- pate in pep rallies, homecoming float competition, and the support of the freshman football team. ' Who said I could only have one boyfriend? " (L Abrasely) 147 Literary Staff Shows Creativity The VHHS literary magazine, the Muse, is composed of works of art, photo- graphs, poems, essays, and short stories submitted by students. In order to finance publication, the liter- ary magazine sponsored the " Spirit Chain " competition, an assembly pro- gram of folk music, and a film series of popular movies such as " Bonnie and 3lyde " and " The Way We Were. " These activities resulted in the Muse Volume IV which gave students at VHHS a forum for the exchange of ideas in many art forms. The Muse is a great addi- tion to the school not only for the people who submit works to it, but to everyone else as well. EDITORS: E. Majia, Lit. Editor; E. Adams, Art Editor; R. Brown, Editor in Chief; R. Swagler, Asst. Editor. STAFF MEMBERS: 1st Row: R. Hain, R. Brown, K. Cloud, G. Kentros, R. Swagler. 2nd Row: M. Mitchell, E. Adams, F. Mitchell, J. Standi, E. Mejia, F. Wilkerson, C Wilson, L. Grupe. 148 Rebel Yell Keeps Students Informed STAFF MEMBERS: 1st Row: R. Beckish, D. Condra, M. Beck, L Browne, A. Jenkins, J. Smilie. 2nd Row: M. Jeffrey, C Packard, A Smith, C. Cain. 3rd Row: L. Copeland, J. Jowers, K. Howell, D. Estes. Staff member keeps in touch with student body (A. Jenkins) The school newspaper is now in its seventh year of publication, having begun in 1970 with a staff of ten. The paper is circulated every six weeks throughout the school year. The Rebel Yell is financed through the sale of the paper, advertising, and proceeds from the faculty talent show. Reporters bring the inside story of Vestavia Hills High School ' s 1978-79 life. With Miss Creel ' s assistance the school paper enlightens all students to what is hap- pening. EDITORS: M. Jeflrey — Sports Editor, C. Cain — Editor, M. Beck — Business Mgr., A. Smith — Asst. Editor. 149 1 979 Reveille Staff With New Advisor 1 st Row: D. Koulourides, B. MacDonald, J. Martens, N. B. Moon, A. Pihakis, S. Newcomer, E. Kennedy, W. Hansen, S. Greenfield, E. Aplin, F. Smith, L Hamilton. 2nd Row: C. Tanquary, A. Harris, C. Smith, R. Barker, H Johnson, K. Pass, L. Brockway, A. Conry, A. Sain, Anita Gable. With months of dedication and hours ot frustration, the 1979 Reveille staff has tried to fill the pages with tra- dition, memories, and information. To prepare for the work this year, members of the staff attended a work- shop in the summer at the University of Montevallo. The staff was also pre- sented at the annual meeting of the Alabama High School Press Associa- tion in April at the University of Ala- bama. This year ' s staff has captured a new goal by selling more ads and more books than any other staff in the last seven years. This extra money raising effort enabled the staff to salute the Vestavia Cardiac Crew by placing the team picture in color. Through dedication, frustration, and anticipation, the 1979 Reveille staff joins their hearts and minds and cre- ates the best yearbook ever. Lisa Hamilton — Editor 150 Produces the Winning Combination Sandra Smith and Nena Beth Moon — Co-Editors. Anne Sain and Jennifer Brown — Sports Editors. Steve Greenfield and French Forbes — Photographers. Susan Newcomer, Barbara MacDonald, and Diane Koulourides — Club Edi- tors. 151 Of Vesta via High ' s y 6k ' ■ • Anita Gable — Sponsor. Lisa Brockway, Judi Martens, and Heather Johnson — Feature Editors. 152 Memorable Moments Teresa Kidd and Cindy Tanquary — Class Editors. Allison Harris and Ann Conry — Business Managers. Katherine Pass and Robin Barker — Copy Editors. 153 t54 m aniauii v in MBH4I llllfl II I Ml ■■Ml II I « Faculty Faculty: Emily Aplin Carol Smith 155 Mrs. June Stephenson has been a Mathematics teacher at Vestavia Hills High School for eight years. As Junior Class Sponsor, she has worked dili- gently in meeting her responsibilities which include raising funds, designing decorations and selecting the band for the prom, and helping plan and create the Junior Class Display. Mrs. Stephenson was an honor stu- dent throughout college. At Auburn University she was listed in the top ten percent of her class and was a mem- ber of Phi Beta Kappa. Continuing her education, she received the Ford Foundation Scholarship for her M.A. at Peabody. True devotion and dedication marks the relationship she has with both her family and her students. She and her husband Don have a daughter Shelley who attends Shades Valley High School and a son who attends the Uni- versity of Alabama in Birmingham. Working with her students and actively supporting them in all activities, she willingly and unselfishly gives her time and energy. For instilling in each student a desire of achievement and being a true and sincere friend, the 1979 REVEILLE Staff with admiration and appreciation dedicates the yearbook to Mrs. June Stephenson. 156 1 979 Dedication — Mrs. June Stephenson 157 Board of Education The Board of Education, composed of five members, provides the best possible educational program for the residents of Vestavia Hills. They strive to teach the wisdom of experience, not just the facts of the textbooks and give guidance necessary to the educational processes of its youth. With the pow- ers necessary for the management and administration of the public schools, the Board of Education con- tinues to make courageous efforts and tremendous progress. BOARD MEMBERS: William Porter, Mrs. Andrew T. Wuska, Mrs. Kenneth Lauren- dine, John Alexander, Jr., Mr. Tommy E. Hill. William T. Clark, Superintendent. Reba Clark, Curriculum Director. 158 Principals — Dedicated to Their Work Dr. Rafael McDaniel, Ph.D., Principal. While having the interests of the stu- dents in mind, the principals work hard to make Vestavia Hills High School one of the top schools in Alabama. They help prepare students to face upcom- ing decisions and appreciate the stu- dents ' goals. The principals have many responsibilities doing many activities for the school. Sam Short, M.A., Assistant Principal. Sue Lovoy, M.S., Assistant Principal. 159 Lane 0. Allphin M.A. — Typing I, Shorthand I, Rebel Girl Sponsor. Buddy Anderson M.S. — Physical Education, Head Football Coach, F.C.A. Sponsor. 160 Mickie Andrews M.A. — English, Algebra, Exceptional Education. Carlos A. Ballard M.A. — American Government Eco- nomics, Boys Tennis Coach, Key Club Sponsor. Faith Benner M.S. — Librarian. Peter Braasch B.S. — Physical Education, History, Lettermen Club Sponsor. Beverly Jean Brasell M.A. — English 9, Speech, Debate, Theatre, Thespian Troupe Sponsor, Debate Team Coach. Rosemary P. Buettner B.S. — Algebra I, II, Bank Board Sponsor. Jane Burson Assistant Librarian. JeanW. Bush M.A. — Typing I, II, FBLA Sponsor, Business Department Chairman. Bertha Caldwell M.A. — Social Studies, Math, Eng- lish, Exceptional Education. James Cameron B.S. — English, Exceptional Educa- tion. Lane Chappell M.A. — English 12, Senior Class Sponsor. Karen J. Cleveland B.S. — English 9, Freshman Class Sponsor. Cynthia V. Crawford A. A. — English 9, 11, Co-Sponsor National Honor Society. Norma Lee Creel M.A. — English 9, 1 0, Rebel Yell Advi- sor. Vivian Cummings A.A. — English 10. Sammy Dunn B.S. — Driver Education, Head Baseball Coach, Varsity Football Assistant, B-Team Basketball. Donna H. Earnest M.A. — Algebra I, II, Consumer Math, Freshman Class Sponsor. Bruce Evans B.A. — Physical Education 9, 10, Freshman History, Football, B- Team, Baseball, FCA Sponsor. Linda Kay Farmer B.S. — European American History, Wilderness Club Sponsor. Paul Randall Faust M.A. — Distributive Education, Track Team Coach, Deca Club Sponsor. Harold LaWayne Fleming M.A. — Choral, Music Club Spon- sor. Anita Gable B.A. — English 9, Reveille Advisor. 163 Joyce Galloway Bookkeeper. Ted Galloway A.A. — Marching Band, Symphonic Band, A B Jazz Band. 164 Jacqueline Garner B.S. — English 10, 11, Leo Club Sponsor. Fred Gear B.S. — Woodworking, Sophomore Class Sponsor, Camera Club Sponsor. Bettye Howell M. A. — Art, Scenery and Backdrop Advisor, Chairperson for Art in Ves- tavia Hills Schools. Jo Ann Huddleston M.A. — Junior Guidance Counse- lor. ? » r ■ • ' Betty Jackson B.A. — Spanish I, Freshman Club Sponsor. James Edward Jeffrey B.S. — Driver Education, Assistant Football Coach, Head Wrestling Coach. William Jenkins A.A. — Sophomore Guidance Coun- selor, Guidance Department Chair- man. Lois Jolly B.S. — Assistant Band Director, Majorettes, Flags, Rifles, Music Club Sponsor. Brownie P. Jones A.A. — Senior Guidance Counse- lor. Ellen Barnes Jones M.S. — Basic, Advanced, Special- ized Home Economics, Family Liv- ing, Junior Class Sponsor, FHA Sponsor. 165 Hele n Kelly Assistant Librarian. Opal Kennedy Secretary, Registrar. v 166 " Joyce M. Lollar Secretary, Guidance Department. Judy Long A.A. — Freshman Guidance Counse- lor. I Bessie Matthews Lunchroom Staff, Head Dietician. Dianne McDaniel M.A. — Geometry, Leo Club Spon- sor, Homecoming Dance Sponsor. Jane McRae M.S. — Librarian Jesse R Mitchell MA — Psychology, Sociology, Junior Civitan Sponsor I ,- " V Barbara Monti MA. — TIPTAG. Richard T. Owens A.A. — Biology, General Science. Ron Page MA. — Social Studies, Athletics. Lelia Patterson A.A. — Biology, Advanced Biology, National Honor Society Sponsor. 167 Rebecca Patterson B.S. — Business Math, Geometry Interact Sponsor. Anita Pilleteri B.S. — Business English 1 2, Typing I, Sophomore Class Sponsor, Soph- omore Action Sponsor. 168 Gary L. Pledger B.S. — English 12, Literary Magazine Advisor. Dale Elizabeth Quin A.B. — English 10, BASIC Club Spon- sor. Maxine C. Rainey A.A. — Biology. Diane H. Ray M.A. — Physical Education, Cheer- leader Sponsor. Bill Reynolds A.A. — Chemistry, Physics. Mutt Reynolds Associate Principal of Pizitz Middle School, Athletic Director. Judy A. Ritter B.A. — French I, IV, Foreign Lan- guage Sponsor. Henry Long Rookis B.S. and A.A. — Distributive Educa- tion, Deca Club Sponsor. Hardy DeLano Ross M.A. — Economics, American Gov- ernment. 169 James A. Schroeder M.A. — American History. 170 Gary Sheffield B.S. — Basketball, Golf, World His- tory. Muzaffar Sheikh B.A. and J.D. — World History, Ancient History, Business Law, Radio Club Sponsor. James D. Shoemaker A. A. — Chemistry, Stage Crew Sponsor. Ron Smith B.S. — Band. Deborah Moorer Speigner M.A. — Physical Education, Ten- nis, Swimming, Volleyball, Basket- ball, Pep Club Sponsor. June L. Stephenson M.A. — Algebra I, II, Geometry, Junior Class Sponsor, School Store. Claude Sidney Taylor M.A. — English 11, Business English 1 1 , Junior Exchange and Outdoors in Action Sponsor. Robert Franklin Thompson M.A.T. — Calculus, Algebra II, Pro- gramming, Schedule Coordinator. Larry D. Thornton B.S. — Art, Art Club Sponsor. Kay W. Tipton M.A. — Analysis, Math Team , Stu- dent Council Sponsor. 171 Tamara O ' Neal Towns B.S. — Dance I, II, Rebelette Spon- sor, Miss Reveille Director. Essie M. Turner B.A. — Algebra I, Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor. 172 Probthanil Vance B.S. — Mechanical Drawing, Industrial Arts Department Head. Rosalind Vance M.A. — Accounting, Shorthand, Per- sonal Typing, Secretary Procedures, FBLA Sponsor. Tealla Hoye Welch B.S. — Spanish, German, Junior Class Sponsor. Luther C.Whatley B.S. — Driver Education. Jerona A. Williams M.A. — Algebra, Math Skills 9. Wynne A. Wilson B.A. — French, Spanish. Bobsey Twins. (Debbie Speigner, Tammy Towns) I ' m just getting a glass of water! (Buddy Anderson) Leave me alone! (Bruce Evans) Who, Me? (Sammy Dunn) 173 Classes: Teresa Kidd Cindy Tanquary What page are we on? (C. Dickson) Seniors try to win the spirit stick. ve got to find her phone number (B. Brian) At last, we ' ve been discovered! (R Norris, N. Karl) The " Sweathogs. " (D Reichert. D Wood. D. DIChiara. V Gray. P. Saeger) The 1979 Senior Class SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: S. Greenfield, Pres.; J. Martin, Boys V.P.; M. Woodson, Girls ' V P P McGuire, Sec.-Treas. SPONSORS: Lane Chappell, Brownie Jones Somehow our eyes never focused on the years as they whirled past us We sensed it though — we felt the crisp air excite us those fall evenings in a vibrating stadi and heard the dm of voices filling a gym, and the " Hey, how ' s it goin ' " from a friend . and recorded in our minds the facts, the figures, the lessons of life . and ached in our hearts with companionship we shared all around us they shouted, " Enjoy your youth . . . best years of your life! " But we never really saw our never-to-be repeated years. Only now do we glimpse the remains of our era — the dried petals of a be-ribboned mum, a dirt smudged test paper, an athletic letter, a tarnished club pin, a prom invitation, a blue tassel, . . . and a Senior ring. Keith Aaron Mark Abercrombie Karen Abrasley Elliot Adams Ginny Alexander Suzanne Alexander Beck ie Anderson Luanne Ardovino Karen Arther Barbara Ausbeck Becky Badham Greg Baker Tom Barnes Cindy Barnett Jana Barrett Ernest Bates Danny Baugh Miriam Beatty Richard Beckish Cheryl Benintende Nerrin Berkay Abhoyjit Bhown Leary Bidez Joe Black Beth Blair Nancy Bonner David Bottomley Dean Brazier Clint Brooks Arvin Brown Jim Brown Mary Wynne Brown Renee Brown Richard Brown Eddie Bruner James Bruno Billy Bryan Julie Bryan Sheri Bull Tim Bullock Ray Burkett Drew Butgereit Brent Carlson Richie Castleberry Jon Chandler Larry Christian Sarah Christian Kelly Cloud Kerri Cloward Paula Cofield David Coker Marty Conry Al Copeland Joanne Cory Chuck Cox GinaCox Billy Crandall Bryan Crow Cindy Cuppett Greg Cuthrell Angle D ' Amico Karen Dawson Jay Dean Manley Denton Donna DeShazo Dolores DiChiara Charles Dickson Warren Dickinson Robert Dickey Shams Dolatabodi Leigh Estes Sharon Etheridge Susanne Feagin Colleen Fahey Angela Fairer David Faught Cindy Ferguson Randy Ferguson Lynn Franks Darri Freeman Leslie Freeman Craig Gall Kathryn Galloway Julie Garrett Alan Gay Cindi Gibson Greg Giles David Gillespie Rob Glass William Godwin Lisa Goocher Lloyd Graham Bobby Green Steve Greenfield Lisa Grupe Romaine Hain Chuck Hall Rene Hall Lisa Hamilton Ed Hansen Wendy Hansen Beverly Harrison Jill Harrison Mary Hastings Teresa Hild Susie Hines Scott Hinkle Sandra Hodge John Hodo Dennis Hoffman Don Hoffman Bobby Holcombe Scott Howell Cheryl Hudson Janet Hughes Wayne Hunter Marijean Hyde Graham Jackson Ed Jeffords Ashley Jenkins Ken Jenkins Burns Jones Mary Jones Wayne Jones Ted Kabase Nancy Karl Richie Kelly Eileen Kennedy Kevin Kennemer Jan Knight Diane Koulourides Tommy Kyle Jimmy Laire Greg Lampion Suzanne Lawrence Becky Lawson Mark Lee Stewart Lee Alvin Lewis Steve Linton Rex Logan Jim Lowe Randy McBay Phillip McCallum Lee McBride Brent McClellen Ellen McCluskey Leslie McConnell Scott McCormick Gib McEachran Pat McGuire Charles McKell Frank McKenzie Gina McKenzie Becki McLeod Barbara McManus David McPherson Troy Mapel Debbie Marcrum David Marcus Beau Markovich Judi Martens Rochelle Mayhall John Martin Elisa Mejia Barry Miller Dena Miller Pat Millican Anne Marie Milling Linda Mollica Holly Moon Nena Beth Moon Randy Moon Keith Moore Carol Morgan Efrem Morgan Michelle Muller Pam Nale Page Nelson Susan Newcomer Eeva Niukkanen Mike Noll Rebecca Norris Woody Nunis Ry Ogilvie Wylee Orton Sarah Padohno Elaine Papajohn Greg Patterson Susan Peteet Pam Pharo Ann Pickard Libby Pitisci Nancy Porter Pat Pouncey Edith Powell Julie Prichard Greg Ramsey Debbie Ray Gopi Reddy Scott Reeder Donna Reichert Janet Richards Johnny Richardson Tracy Richard son David Rikard Michele Rickles Carol Robertson Greg Robinson Carol Rogers Jimmy Roote Mary Lynn Rosata Greg Russell Wendy Ryan Paul Saeger John Sakmar Michelle Salem David Salter Sharon Sankey RickScholl Charlie Scott Parti Sherrell Holly Shuler Kevin Smith Sandra Smith Tina Snyder Alan Spain Provy Spina Lynn Stapleton Leslie Steele Pam Steele Ralph Stevens Leslie Sturdivant Randy Sturgeon Dena Swader David Syphurs Cindy Tanquary Bill Thompson Tom Tillman Lotta Torbloom Billy Travis Susan Trawick Laura Weant Linda Weaver Wendi Webb Wayne Welch Tim Westhoven Phillip White Pres White JayWilkoff Stephen Willetts David Williams Judy Williamson Corley Wilson David Wilson Becky Withers Del Wood Kim Woods Vickie Woods Melissa Woodson Michelle Yates Harry Yeatman Doug Zeigler Dawn Zellers Steve Driggers Bob Singleton James Stevens Cindy, Cindy are you ready 9 (C Ferguson) We are great . we are fine, we re the class ot I like dreaming (S, Smith) Next semester, coloring. (F Mitchell) Look out Globetrotters, here we come! (D. Baugh, H Yeatman, B. Crow, G. Baker Look at those legs! (G. McEachran) No, I didn ' t get curlers tor Christmas! (B. Holcombe) Senior Directory — 1 979 Aaron, Keith Andre Pep 10, Sec.-Treas. 11; Letter- man 12; Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Football 11. Abercrombie, Mark Thompson Library 9; Gun 1 0; Radio 1 1 . Abrasley, Karen Adele Freshman 9; Pep 10, Pari. 11, Sec. 12. Adams, Elliot Clark S.A.F.E. 10; Foreign Language 11, German Rep. 12; Literary Magazine Art Ed. 11, 12. Alderson, Susan Jr. Civitan 12. Alexander, Suzanne Radio Sec.-Treas. 1 1 , V.P. 1 2. Alexander, Virginia Irene Tri-H-Y 9; Pep 10; Interact 11, 12; S.G.A. 10, 11; Rebelettes 10, 11, 12; Class Officer Sec. Treas. 10. Anderson, Rebecca Lynn Pep 10; Foreign Language Hist. 11; Jr. Exchange 12; A.F.S. 11, 12. Ardovino, Luanne Tri-Hi-Y 9; Pep 10; Interact 11, 12; Volleyball 9. 10, 11, 12; Track 9, 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10, 11, 12; MVP Girls ' Athlet- ics 10; MVP. Volleyball 11; All- Region Volleyball 1 1 , Ttt; All- Region Basketball 1 1 ; Who ' s Who Most Athletic 12. Arther, Karen Joyce BASIC 9, 10, 11; Music Majorette 12. Asencio, Marie Cecile Art 9; School Play 1 1 . Ausbeck, Barbara Lynn Pep9, 10, 11,12. Badham, Margret Rebecca Radio 9; Bank 1 0, Pres. 11,12. Baker, Gregory Bruce Leo 10, 11, 12; Nominee Mr. Vestayia 12; Basketball 9, 10, 1 1 , 1 2; Baseball 9, 10,11,12. Barnes, Thomas RicbArd Stage Crew 9, 19M0, 11, 12; Thespians 10, 11, Pres. 12; Track 9. Barnett, Cynthia Lee Pep 9; Radio 10.il 12. Barr, Teresa Barrett, Jana DenJ Pep 9, 10; DecS 11; Tri-Hi-Y 12 Bank Board 9, 10, Sec. 1 1; S.G.A. 9, 10. Barrett, Louis Phillip Freshman 9; Letterman 12; Football 9, 10, 11,12. Bates, Ernest Floyd Freshman 9; Leo 10, 11, V.P. 12; S.G.A. 10, 12; Prom Com- mittee 11; Letterman 11, 12; athTeam 11, 12;Basketb. S 11,12. Baugh, Daniel Ira Radio 9, 1 0; Letterman 1 2; Bas- ketball 10, 1 1, 12. Beaty, Miriam Leigh BASIC 9, 10, Sec. 11, V.P. 12; Girls ' Show Choir 9; School Plays 9, 10, 11, 12; Concert Choir 1 2; Thespians Sec. 1 2. Beckish, Richard Michael Jr. Science 9; Jr. Civitan V.P. 10, 11; Thespians 11, 12; S.G.A. 12; Newspaper Art Ed. 12; National Merit Semi-Finalist 12; School Plays 11, 12; Soccer 9, 10,11,12. a Bedenbaugh, James Eric j Music 9; Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Concert Band 9; Sym- phonic Band 10, 11, 12; Stage Band 9, 10, 11, 12; All State Jazz Band jjfil Benintende, Cheryl Suzanne Foreign Language 10, V.P. 11, Sec. 12; Oral Spanish Award 1 1 ; School Play 1 2; Volleyball 9; Basketball 10. Berkay, Nerrin Meliha Foreign Language 9, Treas. 10. 11,12; Outstanding French Stu- dent Award 9, 10; Gymnastics 9; Volleyball 10, 11, 12. Bhown, Abhoyjit Singh Chess 9; Treas. 10; Bank Board 11, 12; Soccer 11, 12. Bidez, Kathryn Leary Freshman 9; Interact 10, 11; S.C.A. 9; Rebel Girl 10; Rebe- lettes 11,12. Black, Joseph Crandall Blair, Beth Ann French Pres. 10; Radio 1 1; Pep 12; S.G.A. 9, 10; Annual 10; Newspaper 1 1 ; Honor Society 11, 12; Flag Corps 9, 10. Bonner, Nancy Wynne Tri-Hi-Y 9; Jr. Civitan 1 Rebelettes 1 0, 11, 12. Bottomley, David Scott Radio 9, 10; Stage Crew Brazier, James Dean Radio 9; Music 9, 10; Mar Band 9, 10, 11, 12; C Band 9; Symphonic Band 11, 12; Stage Band 9, 10, 12 Brooks, Clinton Andrew Radio 1 1 , Sec. 12; Football 9. Brown, Elizabeth Renee Pep 9, 10; F.B.L.A. 11; Band Board 1 2; Literary Magazine 9, Sec. 11, Ed. 12; Prom Commit- tee 1 1; Honor Society 1 1 , Treas. 1 2; Rebelettes 1 1 , 12 Brown, James Raymon Letterman 1 2; Who ' s Who Best Dressed 12; Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Baseball 9, 10,-11, 12; Bas- ketball 10, 12. Brown, Mary Wynne Freshman 9; Interact 10,11,12; S.G.A. 10, 11, 12; Prom Com- mittee 1 1 ; Class Officer Girls], P, 9; Who ' s Who Most SofTool Spirit 12; Miss Vestavia Nomi- nee 12; Cheerleader 9, 10, 11, Head 1 2. Brown, Richard Edward Stage Crew 9, 10, 1 1 , 12; Math Team 9, 1 0; Honor Society 1 1 , 12. 1; Bruner, Edwin Locke D.E.C.A. 11; Radio 12; Track 9, 10. Bruno, James Anthony O.I.A. 1 1 ; Wrestling 9, 10. Bryan, Julie Ann Pep 9; Radio 10, 11; Tri-Hi-Y 12. Bryan, William Glover III Freshman 9; Pep 10; Letterman 11, V.P. 12; Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12; Football Manager 10, 11; Basketball Manager 12 Bull, Sheri Denise F.H.A. 9; Pep 10, Sec. 11, 12; Softball 10, 11; Volleyball 10, 11. Bullock Timothy Wayne Key 12. ■ Burkett, Norman Ray BASIC 9; Leo 10; Wilderness 11, V.P 12. Butgereit, James Andrew Band Board 9,10,11,12; Wres- tling 9, 10, 11. Carlson, Brent David Photography 9, 10, V.P. 11; Electronics V.P. 9, Pres. 10. Castleberry, Richard Fairley freshman 9; Pep 10; Leo 11; Letterman 12; Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Basketball 9, 10; Base- ball 9, 10; Track 1 1. Chandler, Jon Anthony S.I.N.S. 9, 10. Christian, Samuel Lawrence Freshman 9; O.I.A. 11; Pep 12; jmh A. 11. Christian, Sarah Nell Freshman 9; Pep 10, 11, 12; Bank Board 9. Clark, James Albert Radio Pres. 9, 10, 11, 12; Soc- cer 1 1 . Cloud, Kelly Jean Foreign Language 11, 12; Liter- ary Magazine 12; Basketball 9, 10,11,12. Cloward, Kerri Lynne Music 9, 10, 11; S.G.A. 11; Concert Choir 12; Adv. Jazz Ensemble 12; Sec. Place Talent Show 12. Cofield, Paula Catherine BASIC 9, 10, 11, Pari. 12; S.G.A 9. 10; Pep Squad V.P. 9. Coker, David Eaton Rifle 9; Music 10; Pep 1 1 ; Thes- pians 12; MarchirTQ Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Concert Band 9, 10; Symphonic Band 11,12; School Plays 11,12. Conry, Robert Martin Science 9; Key 1 1 , Bd. of Direc- tors 12; Math Team 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 11, 12; Math Assn. of America Award 11; Tennis 10, 11, 12. Copeland, Albert Scott Music 10; Radio 11; Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Symphonic Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Stage Band 9, 10,11,12. » ».- Cory, Joanne Spanish 9; Pep 10; Leo 11, 12; S.G.A. 10, 11, Girls ' V.P. 12; Interclub Pres. 12; Rebel Girl 9 Class Officer Pres. 10, Sec. Treas. 1 1 ; Prom Committee 1 1 Honor Society 1 1 , Pres. 1 2. Cox, Charles Leon Jr. Music 9, 10, 11, 12; Marchini Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Symphonii Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Stage Bam 9, 10, 11, 12; All State Jaz Band 12. Cox, Gina Lenae Bank Board 9,10,11,12; Gym nasties 11, 12. Crandall, William Hendrix Leo 9, 10, 11; Interact 12 S.G.A. 9, 10, 11, 12; Pror Committee 1 1 ; Baseball 9, 1 0. Cuppett, Cynthia Anne Radio 1 1 . Cuthrell, Gregory Mark Radio 11, 12. D ' Amico, Angelina Freshman 9; Interact 10, 11, 12 Rebelettes 10, 11,Capt. 12. Dawson, Karen Louise F.B.L.A. 11, 12. Dean, Jay Christian Music 9,10,11,12; Swim Tear 9, 10; Marching Band 9, 10, 11 12; Concert Band 9; Symphoni Band 10, 11, 12. Denton, James Manley Jr. F.C.A. 9, 10, 11, Sec. 12; Foo ball 9, 10, 11, 12; Basketballs Track 9, 10, 11,12. DeShazo, Donna Lee Freshman 9; Leo 11, 12; Fla Corps 10, 11. DiChiara, Dolores Ann Freshman 9; Pep 10, 11; Intel act 11, 12; S.G.A. 9, 10, 11 Treas. 12; Prom Committee 11 Rebel Gilrl 11,12; Miss Vestavi Nominee 12; Who ' s Who Moi Dependable 1 2. Dickey, Robert Carl Pep 9; Radio 1 1 , 12. Dickinson, Warren James Mountaineering 9; O.I.A. 1C Wilderness 12; Literary Mags zine 10; Prom Committee 11 Marching Band 9; Concei Band 9. Dickson, Charles Howard Leo 12. Dolatabadi. Shams Mahmoud Chess 10. Dorminey, Janice Marie Pep 9; S.A.F.E. 10; Radio Se 12. Driggers, Michael Steven Key 11; Wilderness 12; Wres thng 9. Track 11, 12. Cros Country 11, 12. v Dunkin, Susan Gay Tri-Hi-Y 9; Pep 10.11. 12. Erben, Anne Marie Tri-Hi-Y 9; Interact 10, 11, Sa 12; Basketball 10, 1 1 ; Volleyba 10,11. Erber, Carol Ellen Jr. Civitan 9, Sec. 1 0, Treas. V.P. 12; Swim Team 9; Gyn tics 10,11. Estes, Allsson DeWitt Freshman 9; Leo 1 0, 1 1 ; Jr. Ci itan 12; Rebel Girl 11. 12; C s :as U ymnJ 194 Officer Girls ' V.P. 10; S.G.A. 11; Newspaper 1 1,12. Estes, Patricia Leigh Tri-Hi-Y 9; F.H.A. 9; Jr. Civitan 11, Treas. 12; Rebelettes 11, 12. Etheredge, Sharon Lynn Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10; Spanish 9; Sci- ence 10; BASIC 11,12; Debate 11. Fahey, Colleen Ann Pep 9, 10; BASIC 11, 12; Swim Team 9, 10. Fairer, Angela Lorraine Pep 9; BASIC 10, 11; Art Trea; 12; Choir 9, 10; Annual 11. Faught, William David Foreign Language 10, Key 12; Tennis 11, 12. Feagin, Susanne BASIC 9, 1 1 , Foreign Language 10, 12; A.F.S. 12; Outstanding French II, III Award; Track 12. Ferguson, Cynthia Sue BASIC 9,10,11; Thespians 11 , Chap. 12; Show Choir 9; Con cert Choir 11, 12; Who ' s Who Most Talented; Special Talent Miss Reveille 11,12. Ferguson, Randall Anthony Radio 9; Music 1 1 ; Wilderness 12; Wrestling 9, 10, 11. " " Franks, Lynn Marie Jr. Civitan 9, 10, Rec. Sec. 1tj Pres. 12; Interclub 12; Swim Team 9; Volleyball 1 1 . Freeman, Darri Gail Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10; Leo 11, Jr. Exchange 12, Flag Corps 10, 1 1 , Honor Society 11.12; Track 9 - ' . jik , Freeman, Leslie Alison Pep 9, ' 10, BASIC 10, 1 1 ; Home Ec12; iolf 10, 11,12. Gail, Tjavid Craig , Freshman 9; Pep 11, 12; Foot- ball 9. Galloway, Kathryn Pep 9. 10, 11, 12. Garret. Julia Susanne BASIC 9; Tri-Hi-Y 10; F.B.L.A. 11, Pres. 12; Gymnastics 9, 10, 11 ' 12 - V ' ' 9V R , ' Gay, William Alan » Mountaineering 9; Cross Ooui try 9, 10, 11, 12; Track 9, 10, 11,12. Gibson, Cynthia Ann French 9, 10;M»h 10; Devotioi V.P. 1 0; Beta 10; 6X38 1 1;Tri Hi-Y 12; National French Coi test Semi-Finalist 9; Qonce Band 9; Marching Band 9, 1 11, 12; Symphonic Band -10, 1 9; Letterman 12; 10 11. 12; Wrestling ' 9 ' 12 To» 1 Gillespie, David Allen jjJc Music 9, 10, 11, Pres. 12; Inter- im S.G .A. 12; Marching § , 12; Concert Band 9 ,rnphonic Band 10. 1 ,12 Robert Stuart y 12; Math Tej Ma rchingBanW Band 9, 10, 1 1 ; Orchesl 11; School Play 11, football 9 0; Basketball 11, 12. sy Key 11; 10, n- 11 Godwin, Willi Letterma B 11,12.1 GoocherjH Tri-Hi-lM 9; CrdB itry 9, geniality Mis: H Graham, fl ta ,. PhotogH Soccer 9 Wrestli fc TkClO ev Vester i Br 9, o, etterman 1 1 , Pres. 1 Officer Pres. 9; S.GA , 12; Who ' s Who rpirit; Footbal f. 10, 12; 1 1 ; Bask Jball 9, 10, Green, Robert Alan Freshman 9; Jr. Ci Pres. 12; Golf 9, 10. Greenfield, Steve Martin fj.eo 9, Pari. 1 0, Bd. Member W t ' fiF Officer Boys ' V.P. 9, mfm ' p- 12; S.G.A. 1jfl 11; Prom Committee 1 1 ; Annual 1 0, Co-Ed. 11, 12; Mr. Vestavia Nominee 12; ScTOoTPlay 12. Grupe, Lisa Anne Freshman 9; Pep 10, 11; Bank Board 12; Newspaper 10, Co- 11; Literary Magazine Sec. i Committee 1 1 ; School Play12;Rebe!i Hain, Romaine Tri-Hi-Y 9, Pari (l-EcM Ed. Ir erclub TV Lit Treas. £. J Hines, Susan Carol ' S.A.F.B 9; BASIC ChoicflO, 11. HinklefScott Rieder J?ep 9, 10, 11; Swim Team 9, 1( cer11. Hodge, Sandra De Freshen 9jJ I Trej TI ; Tri-Hi- Hodo, John Baldwin, » fladio 9,10.11. Hoffman, Dennis AustiiJ Leo 9, 10, 1 1 ; Marchirtg Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Drum Major 11, 12; Stage Band 9. 10, 11, 12. Con- cert Band 9; SyWiphonic Band .11. -ne. I (ffman, Donald Andrew iwspaper 10; agazine Charles Reese tterman 12; Baseb Hall, George Rene Freshman 9; Wrestl i. Lis! Radios Ch Choir Jazz Choir 1 Band 9; Symphonic 11,12; School Plays 9. 1 Holcombe, Robert William Freshman 9; Leo 10. 1 1 12;Track9, 10, 11, 12. Hoj| onald Scot! Radio 9, 10;O.I.A. 1 1. Hudson Tri-Hi-Y 9; Music 10, 1 0; Thespians ' rew 9, 10; 10, 11, 12; 2; Adv. Jazz 2; All State 2 Pres. 11; Wf Virginia ep 10; Leo 11; Inter- nor Society 11, 12; 012; Rebel Girl S.G.A " Hamilton French 9; act 12; r An nual 1 ■ 12. Vjansen, Edward Raymond Photography 9; Chess Pres. 10;-« .A. 11; Jr. Exchange 12; lath Team 1 2; Wrestling 1 2. sji, Wendy Lee S.A.F.E. 9, Treas. 10; Wilder- IV ness Tieas. 11; Key Club Sweetheart 12;,A.F.S-. 11, 12; nnual 1 1 ; Freshman Choir 9; ncert Choir 10; Prom Com- mittee 11; S.G.A. 12; Outstand- ing Spanish I Award 9, Math TeSfc, 10, 12; Honor Soci 1 1 , l Jrack 9; Rebelettes Harrison, Beverly fjf? ' , , »fll. ■ Freshman Sa£ 9TTnteracUl0, . XJ; Pep Pres| Bfei! 11,12 Harrison, Brenda JiTF Spanish 9; Pi 1 1 ; BASIC 1 2JM ing I Award 9; Rebelel Hastings, Rose Foreign Lang Pep 1 2; Class Officer T Hild, Teresa Ann F.H.A. 9; BAgJC 1 0, 1 1 , Sec. 12; Honor Society 1 1 . 12; 6.G.A. 12 Art Pres. 12; Honor Society 1 Concer and 9; Symphonic Band M ; Marching Band 9, J 11.12.A HughesjM Kay SAFE. 10; F.G.A. 9; School Thespian; 12; Jr. Civitan 11; Prom Com- mittee 1 1 ; Conce Hunter, Wayne Lewis Freshman 9; O Letterman 1 Boys ' V.P. Cooper Ray Award 9; Cla Favorite 9, 11;-MBB Best All Arc 112; Basketball 9, 10, Tracks 10 11; Baseball 12;Foott | 1 fl Hyde, Mjfl FresrrfS Treas. 12. Jackson, Di Jenkins, A Pep 9j S.G.fl 11, 12; Jr. J.F.. Radio ha rUn 12 ■;ChM Honor Society 9; Homfl ■ Attendant jbtttWhc Hendliefl s, Mar Kbeth ■adio 1 JgM BBurns m. BASICl 12; Ma Band 9JJ 1 2; Cone S Band 9, 1 BaryJ 9, 10, 11 12; Concer Choir 1 0; School PlaS Jones, Wayne Michael ■ Kabase, Ste enTed J 9; Pep 10; Letterman ling 9, 10, 11. 12 ncy Anne ihman9, Interact 10 Horf Btajflfl Attendant 10, 11, 12; Key Sjulj 1 2; Cheerlea. Keith, Jennifer ' - ■ f.ca Pep ' " ' 12; l Che ,al .kl§r ard ' l ramp rle; ilei UO, Gy ;r12.Tr£ Newspaper 10; jfj . !? .nnuai 11, 12; G.A. 10, i 1, roTW wttee 1 1 . KennemenM «ias Kevin Art AwarW nent Award 1 1 ■ Kirby, Mary Unj Libra y Sil 10, ist. ll VolleSH JaniceBusan Hi-Y 9; Jr. Civitan 1( rd 10jA.FS.il Diane BASIC 11; F.B.L.A. Mai 12. 3fnas Harrison Science 10. 11; Wilderness 12; Football 9; Tennis 9, 10, 11. .air, James Joseph Mounta wing 9, 10; Photog- raphy 11 2; Wrestling 9, 10; Track 1 1 Lampton, Gn Freshman Exchange 12;Crosi Lawrence Freshm ; 11,ftV 12; Class m a Jr. 11, 12. M ory Loraine Key 10, 11 2; Track ?, 10 [ountry9, 10, 11 nne Elaine Interact Chap. 10, A. 9. 10, 11, Sec. ficeV Girls ' V.P. 11; Honpr Society 11, Chap. 12: Homacpming Attendant 9, 11, Homecoming Queen 12; Span- ish Achievement Award 9; Miss Vestavia Nominee ' 1 2, National Merit Semi-Finalist 12; Che " er- • leader 9, 10, 11 ;-1£ -UMiikV. Lawson, Rebecea Sue Tri-Hi-Y 9; " Pep 10; Interact 11, Sgt. at Afljs 12 J Jraok 9; Vbffey- ball Manager Yff P1 , 12; Base- ball Manaa iiK T2. ¥ ♦ John Stewart ' . ' y 10, Bd. of Diretstors 1 1 " , V.P.- ; Math Teafn 10, ' 11 , 12; HonotSociety 11. V.P. 12; Ten- nis 1 0, 1 1 , 12, , e, Mark Montgomery " Key 10,11, 12; MVP Tennis. 10, 11; Tennis 10, 11,12. wis, Alvin Tyson-Ill " ' sjn« ' «ul BASIC 1 1 • Ban poard 13i. w iton,.StephenHugo m S 4 4 »i;■ Music 9,1 " " 2; Marctii 2; Concert ?aijd 9; Symphonic i nd 10, 1 , 1.2; Stage Band 9, il CL 11.12. - ' . |an, Reginald Leon til _y , , Radio ' 9; Music 1§; WarcrTtr 3f dg, 10 ' -V1, 12; Coricert 9; ymphonic Band 1tJ 5 lfr,i tageBand9. 10, 11. 12 Lowe, James Authur Music 9, .10, 11 Band 11 ' T W -M»- ; h ier»Hugo- v4 -t jL . ' 0,y£.j.1,12;S,GXr- ' ( -- hing Band 9. 10, 11, »- f s - 1 M 11 ?ml w. . 12; Concert 4 9; Symphonic Band fJVNV Pres. 1 2 " Stage iYid 9: 10, • , . » « v 12;AhState Jazz Band 12 SSji • • . - McBay, Randle Esco Music 9; Photography 1 1 , V.P. 12; Marching Band 9, 11, 12; Symphonic Band 11, 12; Base- ball 9. , y McBride, Ramona Lee Pep 9; S.A.F.E. 10; Tri-Hi-Y 11, 12; Show Choir 9; Concert Choir 10, 11, 12; Beginning Ensemble 10; Adv. Jazz Ensem- ble . McCallum, Phillip Warren Freshman 9; Pep 10; Key 1 1 ; Jr. Exchange 12; S.G.A. 9, 10, 11, Pres. 12; Class Officer V.P. 11; Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12; Mr. Ves- tavia 1 2; Class Favorite 1 2. McClellan, Brent Clark McCluskey, Harriet Ellen Freshman 9; Pep 10; Jr. Civitan 11,Proj.Chm. 12. McConnell, Leslie Ann Tri-Hi-Y 9; Leo 10, 11, 12; Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Concert Band 9; Symphonic Band 10, 11, 12; Majorette 10, 11, Co-Head 12. McCormick, John Scott Key 10, 11; Jr. Exchange Pres. 12; Mr. Vestavia Nominee 12; Football 9, 10; Track 11, 12; Soccer 11,12; Wrestling 1 2. McEachran, Angus Gibbons III M Pep 11; Letterman 12; S.G.A. V.P. 1 1 ; Who ' s Who Friendliest 12; All-Independent 12; All- County 12; All-City Baseball 11; Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12; Track 9, 10, 11, 1 2; Most Valuable Receiver 1 2. McGuire, Patrick Brady Bank Board 9; Key Bd. of Direc- tors 10, 11; Jr. Exchange 12; S.G.A. 1 1 , Treas. 1 2; Mr. Vesta- via Nominee 12; Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12; Track 9, 10. McKell, Charles Michael Pep 12; Who ' s Who Best Look- ing 12; Football 9; Track 9, 10, 11,12. McKenzie, Frank Phillips Pep 10; D.E.C.A. 11; Art 9, 12; Football Manager 9. McKenzie, Gina Leigh Freshman 9; Jr. Civitan 10, 11, Sec. 1 2; Gymnastics 1 2. McLeod, Rebecca Louise Art 9; Radio 11, 12. McManus, BarBara Ann Music 9, 10, ' 11; Pep 9, 10, 11, 12; School Play 12; Student Charities|10, 11; Adv. Jazz Ensemble 11,12. McPherson, David Ray Freshman 9; Leo 10, 11, 12. Mapel, Troy Vincent Radio 10, 11, 12. Marcrum, Debra Lynn Tri-Hi-Y 9, Treas 10, Pari. 11, Fr. Advisor 1 2; Thespians 1 1 , 12; Stage Crew 10, 11; March- ing Band 1 0; Concert Band 1 V Marcus, David Reed ' Pep 10; Art 12; Football 9, 10; Baseball 9, 10, 11. Markovich, Robert John F.C.A. 9, 1 0; Leo 1 1 ; Football 9, 10; Baseball 9, 10, 11,12. Martens, Judith Kay basic 9, o,+ rtr trmf Annual 12. mm 12; 12; 10; Martin, John Lawrence Leo 9, 10, Pari. 11; Letterman 12; Class Officer Boys ' V.P. 10, 12; Football 9, 10; Track 9, 10; Cross Country 9, 10, Wrestling 10, Most Im proved Wrestler 1 1 , Massey, John Pinkney III Marching Band 9, 10, 11, Symphonic Band 9, 10, 11 Stage Band 9, 10, 11, 12. Mayhall, Shirlonda Rochelle Tri-Hi-Y 9; Mountaineering D.E.C.A. 11; Radio 12. Mejia, ElisaAnn Freshman 9; Pep Pari. 10; Inter- act 1 1 , Sgt. at Arms 1 2; Literary Magazine 1 1 , Lit. Ed. 1 2; Volley- ball 9, Best Def. Player 10, Capt. 11,12. Miller, Barry Philip Radio 9; Music 10; Leo 12; A.F.S. 1 2; Marching Band 9,10, 11, 12; Symphonic Band 9, 10, ' U, V.P. 12; Stage Band 9, 11, 12; School Play 9. Miller, Deanna Tanee Tri-Hi-Y 9; Pep 10; BASIC Jr. Civitan 12; Track 9, 10, 11, 12; Cross Country 9, 10, 11, 12. Millican, Mary Patricia Spanish 9; Foreign Language 10; BASIC 11, 12; Volleyball 9. Milling, Anne Marie All-American Swimming 9, 10, 1 1 ; Swim Team 1 2. Mitchell, Frederick Henry Radio 9; Chess 10; Band Board 1 1 ; Literary Magazine ' . 2. Mollica, Linda Kay Pep 9, 11, 12; Track 10. Moon, Holly Melinda Tri-Hi-Y 9, 12; Art Pari. 10; BASIC 1 1 ; Concert Choir 1 1 . Moon, Nena Beth Tri-Hi-Y 9; BASIC 10, 11; F.B.L.A. Chap. 12; Interclub Sec. -Treas. 12; Annual 11, Co- Editor 1 2; Honor Society 11,12; Miss Vestavia Nominee 12; RebeletteslO, 11, 12. Moon, Randy Scott Freshman 9; Mountaineering 10, 11; Pep 12; Basketball 9, 10;Track9, 10, 11,12. Moore, Donald Keith Leo 10, 11, 12; Football 9; Track 9, 10, 11,12. Morgan, Carol Irene Tri-Hi-Y 9; Leo 10, 11, 12; Rifle Corps 10, 1 1 ; Who ' s Who Witti- est 1 2. Morgan, Efrem Fitzgerald Wrestling 9, 10. Mull, Sonia Kay Spanish 9; D.E.C.A. Reporter 11, Pres. 12; S.G.A. 10; Class Officer Sec. 10; Flag Corps 9; Cheerleader 1 0. Murphy, John Whitworth Freshman Pres. 9; Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Track 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Favorite 9, 1 0, 1 1 , Nale, Pamela Tri-Hi-Y 9; Pep 10, 11, 12; Vol- leyball 9, 1 0, 1 1 ; Basketball 1 0. Nelson, Page Parnell Tri-Hi-Y Pari. 9, 10; Bank Board 11, 12; 3rd Place Talent Show 1 2; Top Talent Miss Reveille 1 2; 2nd Alternate Miss Reveille 1 2. : Newcomer, Susan Lynn Tri-Hi-Y 9; Interact 10, Proj. Chm. 11, Pres. 12; Annual 12, Interclub 1 2. Nguyen, Hung Viet French 9, 10, 11; Foreign Lan- guage . Niukkanen, Eeva Maria Leo 12. Noll, Michael Allen oncert Band 9; Marching and 9, 10, 11; Symphonic Band 10,11; Stage Band 9, 1 0, 11. Norris, Rebecca Hicks Freshman 9; Pep 10, 11, 12. Nunis, Woodward Elliott Letterman 12; Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Basketball 9, 10; Base- ball 9; Track 10; Golf 1 1 , 12. Ogilvie, Riley Harris Football 9, 10, 11, 12; National High School Coaches All-Amer- ican 12; All-Independent 12; All- State 12; All-County 12; Track 11, 12; Who ' s Who Most Ath- letic 12; Best Defensive Back 12. Orton, WyleeWest Band 9; Waterpolo 9, 10, 11; Swim Team 10, 11,12. Padalino, Sarah JoAnne Papajohn, Elaine Gabrial Freshman 9; Pep 10, 11, 12 2nd Alternate Miss Reveille 1 1 Top Talent Miss Reveille 1 1 Miss Reveille 12; Who ' s Who Best Looking 12; Rebelettes 10, 11,12. Patterson, Gregory Nelson German 9; Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Stage Band 10, 11. Perkins, Dexter Earl Basketball 9, 10. Peteet, Susan Diane Photography 9, Art 10, 12; BASIC 1 1 . Pharo, Pamela Ann Freshman 9; Interact 10, 11; Pep 1 2; Volleyball 10,11,12. Phillips, Allen Lewis Ski Treas. 9, 10, 11. Pickard, Ann Augusta Pep 9, Sec. 10, 12; Jr. Civitan 11; Rebelettes 10, 11,12. Pitisci, Elizabeth Anne Pep 9; Tri-Hi-Y 10, 12; Jr. Civi- tan 1 1 ; Concert Choir 9, 1 0, 1 1 . Porter, Nancy Elizabeth Tri-Hi-Y 9; Pep 10, V.P. 11; Interact 12; S.G.A. 10,11,12. Pouncey, Patrick Guy Photography 9, 10, 11, V.P. 12; A.F.S. V.P. 12; Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Symphonic Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Stage Band 9, 10, 11,12. Powell, Edith Diane FHA 9; Interact 11, Pari. Hist. 12; Tennis 9, 10, 11,12. Prichard, Julie Celeste Pep 9, Tri-Hi-Y 10, Sec. 11, Pres. 1 2. m ■■■■ - Ramsey, Thoman Gregory Ray, DeJ BASIC 9, 10, 11; Music Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Concert Choir 10; Concert Band 9; Symphonic Band 10, 11,12 196 Reddy, Venkatapurum Gopikr- ishna Science 9, 1 0, Bank Board 1 1 , 12; Soccer 11, 12. Reeder, Scott Lendon Science 9; Pep 10, 11; Leo 12; Swim Team 9, 10, 11, 12; M.V.P. Swimming 9, 10, 11. Reinhardt, Kathleen Marie Jr. Classical League 10, 11; Math-Science 11; Tri-Hi-Y 12; Honor Society 11,12. Rice, Cecil Grahm Richards, Janet Lee Tri-Hi-Y 9; Pep 10, 11,12. Richardson, John Edward Jr. Music 9,10,11; Marching Band 9,10,11; Concert Band 9; Sym- phonic Band 10, 11; Stage Band 9, 10, 11. Richardson, Tracy Freshman 9; Pep 10, Sec. 11, V.P. 12; Homecoming Attendant 11, 12; Class Favorite 12; 1st Alternate Miss Reveille 12; Cheerleader 9, 10, 11, 12. Rickles, Michele Lorene Photography 9; Pep 10,11; Tri- Hi-Y 12; Outstanding Spanish I Student 9; Rebel Girl 10; Out- standing Accounting I Student 11; School Plays 11, 12; Honor Society 11,12. Rikard, David Alan BASIC 9, V.P. 10, Chap. 11; Interact 12; S.G.A. 11, Thes- pians 9, 10, 11; Prom Commit- tee 1 1 ; Who ' s Who Wittiest 1 2. Robertson, Carol Ruth Leo 9; Interact 10, 11, 12; S.G.A. 9; Basketball M.V.P. 10; Volleyball 10, 11, 12; Who ' s Who Most Unpredictable 1 2. Robinson, Greg Alan BASIC 11, 12; Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Symphonic Band 11,12. Rogers, Carol Lynn Freshman 9; BASIC 10, 11, 12; School Play 1 1 . Roote, James Thomas Music 9, 10, 11, 12; Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Concert Band 9; Symphonic Band 10, 11, 12; Stage Band 9, 10, 11, 12. Rosato, Mary Lynn Tri-Hi-Y 9; Pep 10; Photography 11; Radio 12. Russell, Gregory Lionel Freshman 9; O.I.A. 10; Pep 11; Letterman 12; Football 9; Base- ball 9, 10; Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12. Ryan, Elizabeth Winn Tri-Hi-Y 9; BASIC 10,11, Chap. 1 2; Prom Committee 1 1 ; Rebel Girl 1 1 ; Miss Vestavia Nominee 12; S.G.A. Chap. 12. Saeger, Paul Herman III Freshman 9; Leo 12. Sakmar, Jahn Edward Jr. Gun 9, 10, Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Symphonic Band 9, 10, 11, 12. Salem, Joyce Michelle Freshman 9, Pep 10, 11, 12; Newspaper 1 0. Salter, John David Jr. Radio 9, 10; Key 11, 12; S.G.A. 10; Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12; 10. Sankey, Sharon Pep 9, V.P. 1 0; Interact 1 1 , Soc. Chm. 12; S.G.A. 9; Who ' s Who Best Dressed 1 2. Scholl, Richard Gibbs Football 9. 10, 11. Scott, James Paul Jr. Track 9, MVP. 10,11,12. Sherrell. Patricia Lee Pep 9; Tri-Hi-Y 10, Treas. 11, 12; S.G.A. 9. Shuler. Holly Foreign Language 10; A.F.S. 10 Si ngleton. Robert Paul F.CA. 9, 10, 11; Class Officer Pres. 11; Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Basketball 9, 1 0, 1 2. imith, Kevin Fain mith, Sandra Marie Tri-Hi-Y 9; Leo 10, 11, Treas. 12; Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 1 2; Rifle Corps 1 q, Co-Capt. 1 1 , Capt. 12; Concert Band 9; Sym- phonic Band 10. Hist. 11, 12; Prom Committee 1 1 , Annual 1 1 , Co-Ed. 12; Honor Society 11, 12. Snyder, Katrina Renee Freshman 9; Tri-Hi-Y 9; BASIC 10, 11; Thespians 11, 12; Pho- (graphyjfc; Inteclub 12; Con- cert Choir 1 1 ; Jazz Ensemble 10,11.12 Hey Ale n man 9; Foreign Language E n Rep. 11; Who ' s ntelle$tual 1 2 lolan 9; P± 10, 1ti- fence, ean 9; In eract 10; Leo S.C.A. 9, 10, 11, Class Officer Sec - lass Favorite 9, 10 10m Committee 1 1 ■ling Attendant 12 Mi s VeSjpvia Cheerleader fto-i H Stapleton. Lynn Elizabeth ■f 10, 12; Leo 11; Hbrd 1 0; Flag Corps 1 1 , Honor Society 11,12. BeslieGail p 9; Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, Proj. T 12; : mterclub 12; Track M.V.P. 10, 11, 12; Cross Coun- y 10, 11,12. ' iele, Pamela Elizabeth ' s Freshman 9; Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10, 11, Soc. Chm. 12; Track 11, 12; Crosscountry 11,12. Stevens, James Michael A-Club 10, Chap. 1 1 ; Thespians 11, 12; BASIC 12, Treas. 9, Pres. 10, Plays 10, !■ FootbaJjjn All State Jazz Choir 12; Who ' s Who Most Talented 12; Talent Show Winner 12. Stevens. Ralph Albert Backpacking 9, 10, 11; Photog- raphy 9, 10, 11, 12; Debate 10, 1 1 ; Stage Crew 1 1 ; Concert 1 2; Volleyball 9, 10,11. Sturdivant, Leslie Ann S.A.F.E. 9; Pep 10; Tri-Hi-Y Prof. Chm. 11, V.P. 12; Choir 9, ), 11, 12; Cross Country 10, 11,12. Sturgeon, John Randolph Key 11, 12; Prom Committee 1 1 ; Honor Society 1 1 , 12. j Swader, Dana Lee Tri-Hi-Y 9; Mountaineering 10; " D.E.C.aB Mio12. Syphurs, dSRwayne Pep V.P. 9 Hk11. 12; Football Tanquary, Cynthia Susan Tri-Hi-Y 9; Music 10; Leo 11, 12; Symphonic Band 10, Hist. 11,12; Concert Band 9; March- ing Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Flag Corps 10, 1 1 , Capt. 1 2; All State Band 11, Annual 12; Honor Society 11, 12, W?OA|h npson, William Alexander III F.CA. 11, Pres. 12; S.G.A. 10: Outstanding Spanish II Award Mr Vestavia Nominee; Vwo ' s Who Most Likely to Suc- qled; Track 9, 10, Football 9, fo,ii, . Sjm Tillman, Benajah Thompson III Freshman 9; Leo 10, 11, 12; S.GA 12: Basketball Manager • 9, 10; Football Manager 10. Pft iblom, Liselotte Birgit Mar- reta eo 12; A.F.S. 12; S.G.A. Sec. 9; Basketball 9, 10; Volleyball 9, ' rgvis, William Ralph O.I.A. 11; Key 12. Tfawick, Susan Carolyn Freshman Sec. 9; Interact 10, 11; Pep 12, S.G.A. 10; Rebel Girl 9, 10;Rebelettes12. Tucker, David Kelley Tucker, Debra Lynn Tri-Hi-Y 9; Pep 10; Jr. Civitan Pari. 12;Rebelettes12. Uzzell, Melindo Jo fay 9 . V.P. 10, 12; Jr. Civi- Mttspians 10, 11, Hist. fclO, 11,12; Con- 11; Symphonic !■£ 10 ' 11 ' Society 1 1 , 12; School Plays 9, 10 Valin, Deborah Ann Pep 9, Treas. 10; Leo Prom Committee 1 1 ; Rei 10, 11, Capt. 12. Volk, Mary Margaret Tri-Hi-Y 9; S.A.F.E. 10 tan 11; Art Sec. 12; Injfij B2 A.F.S. 12; School Plays ' ill; Prom Cqpnmittee 1 1 . Waggoner Scott MitcW Freshman 9; Letterrn W2; Bas- ketball 9; Track 1 0, IT: Football 9,10, 11,12. Warren, Linda CarcT " , Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10, 12;R. Watson, Sarah Elizai Beta 9; " " ArNCj3 10, 11;lntera q Class Officer Who ' s Who Moi ceed 9; Who ' s lectual 12; Ann ing French II ■lent 1 1 ; Rebel Girt 1 1 , Head 12; Prom Commit- tee 12; Honor Society 11, 12; Miss Vestavia Nominee 12; Cheerleader 10; Tennis 9, 10, 11,12. Weant, Laura Marie S.A.F.E. 9, Chap. 10; FLO Thespians 10, Hist. 11, V.P Honor Society 1 1 , Sec. Concert Choir 9, 10, 11, Jazz Ensemble 1 0, School Plays 9, 10, 12. Weaver, Linda Katherine Freshman 9; Pep 10 Cheerleader 9, 10; Swimsuit Award, Miss Reveille 12. Webb, Wendi Ann S.A.F.E. 9, 10; Pep 11; Track 9; RebeletteslO, 11,12. Welch, Wayne Burton Radio 12. Westhoven, Timothy John Debate 10, 11; Basketball 9. White, Phillip Drew White, Preston DeWitt 10; Leo A. 9, 12; V.P. 10; ely to Sue- Most Intel- Outstand- 11 . 11 12 12 12 12 11, 12; O.I.A. 11; Wilderness 12; Base- ball 9. Wilkoff , Jay Foster Music 10; Jr. Civitan 11; Pho- tography 12; All State Jazz Band 11; Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Concert Band 9; Sym- phonic Band 10, 11, 12. Willetts, Stephen Clark German 9; Foreign Language 10, 11; BASIC 12; Thespians 12; All State Chorus 1 1 ; All State Jazz Choir 12; Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Concert Band 9; Symphonic Band 10, 11, 12; Stage Band 10, 11; Con- cert Choir 9, 10, ,11, 12; Jazz Ensemble 12. • Williams, Phillip David Art 9; Key 10, 11, 12; Prom Committee 1 1 ; Honor Society 11, Hist. 12; Tennis 11, 12. Williamson, Judith Lynn Pep 9; BASIC 10, 11, 12; Con- cert Choir 10, 11, 12. Wilson, Elizabeth Corley Library 9; Art 1,0; BASIC 1 1 ; Tri- Hi-Y 12; Literary Magazine 10, 11, 12. Withers, Rebecca Eugenia S.A.F.E. 9, 10; F.H.A. 9; Wilder- ness 11,12; Swim Team 1 2. Wood, Earle DeLeon III Freshman 9; Letterman 12; Football 9; Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Golf 9, 10, 1 1, 12. Woods, Kimberly Marie Tri-Hi-Y 9; Interact 10, Proj. Chm. 11,, V.P. 12; Key Club Sweetheart 12; Tennis 9, 10, Woods, Vickie Lynn Pep 9; SAFE, 10; Jr. Civitan 11, 12; Track 10, 11 Woodson, Melissa Leigh Radio 9; Band Board 10, 11; Interact 11. Treas, 12; Prom Committee 11;, Class Officer ,. Girls ' V.P. 12; Rebel Girl 12. Yeatman, Harry Wilkes ' Gun 9; Leo. 10, 11, Pari. 12 Track 9; Cross Country 9; Base ball 10, 11, 12; Football 12 Zeigler, Douglas Irby _. iVv; Music 9; Mountaineering 9, 1 ' ( 11, 1 2; Track 9; Soccer 11. Zillers, Thalia Dawn English 9, 10; Ecology 9, 10 Social Studies 1 1 ; Leo 1 2 |„Q%A 9, 10, 11; Band 9. 10 Choir 9. 10, 11, 12, ' HiBS aNSs -. . £ : Junior Class Officers JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Tealla Welch, Sponsor; L. Organ, Pres.; Ellen Jones, Sponsor; L. Dauphin, Girls ' V. Pres.; D. Cunning- ham, Boys ' V. Pres.; J. Brown, Sec.-Treas.; June Stephenson, Sponsor. The Junior year is one of the most busy and exciting years in high school. The Juniors of the 1 978-79 school year will always remember winning the Home- coming pep rally and taking the P.S.A.T. They will never forget the selling of candy which helped raise money to support the prom and also filling every- one with sourballs. They have the unforgettable excitement of ordering Senior rings and the anticipation of waiting for them to arrive. Juniors have memories of a great year and hopes of an even better year as Seniors. Larry Organ; Pres. Liz Dauphin; Girls ' V. Pres. David Cummingham; Boys ' V. Pres. Jennifer Brown; Sec.-Treas. 198 Juniors Have Memories of . Abernathy. Andy Adderholt, Steve Akers. Jodi Allan, Tracey Anchors. David Anderson. Valerie Aplin. Emily Ballard. Lisa Ballinger, Margaret Barr, Richard Belcher, David Benner, Susan Berry, Joe Biggers. Tracy Bishop. David Bonney, Eva Bouloukos, Debra Bowden. Stuart Brandstadt. Lon Brent. Erin Bridges, Kim Brocato, Mark Brockway. Lisa Brown. Alisa Brown, Jennifer Brown, Beverly Brown, Todd Browne, Lisa Bukner, Jan Bunnell. Stacey Burks, Jimmy Butgereit, Jay Cain, Joe Caputo, Mike Carter. Joy Castleberry, Denise Champlin, David Cheatham, Mike Childs, Peter Clark. Teri Clarke, Steven Clinard, Katie 199 Selling Sourballs to Rah Coggm. Melanie Colquitt, Carol Conoley, Glenn Conry, Ann Cook, Diane Copeland, Carole Cosmas, Annette Cousins, Scott Croasman, Jolene Creekmore, Hill Cunningham, David Cunningham, Miles D ' Amico, Frank Dauphin, Liz Davidson, Debbie Dean, Dee Delucas. Cindy Denton, Leslie DeShazo, Debbie Dobyns, David Dodd, Mike It ' s a good thing I ' m not hungry. (K. Prewitt, E. Krikorian) 200 Money for the Prom Smile, and the whole world smiles back. (A. Sain) Dodd. Tern Dodt. Jennie Doerwald. Roland Dolatabodi. Beazhan Dollar, Kip Dwyer. Tim Eddins. Owen Edwards. Leisha Eggleston. Eddie Eiltreim. Susan Ellis, Richard Ellz, Caroline Ensor. Laura Esdale. Phillip Eskew, Glenn Elheredge. Tina Everling, Brian Everling. Ron Farmer. Todd Farrell. Vann Ferguson. Tommy Fiorella, David Folletl, Ami Fndlin. C C Gainer. Russell 201 Showing School Spirit b) Galloway, Denise Gaskill, Jef Giles, Gwen Glenn, Rich Goldschmidt. Chri: Goneke. Sandy Gordon, Beverly Graham, Jeff Gray, Lynne Gray, Mark Gray, Mark Green, Elizabeth Guercio, Pat Gutkowski, Ted Hagedorn, Leah Hamilton, Steve Hammett, Kelly Hartsell, Cindy Hauswirth, Mary Beth Havill, Mary Ann Heffington, Lane Hendley, Dan Highland, Dan Hobos, Kim Holt, Ira Hood, Sally Home, Tonya Juniors sl 202 Vinning the Homecoming Pep Rally Horton, Carolyn Howard, Ed Howell, Jim Howell, Kim Hughes, Amy Hull, Holly Hunt, Kim Hyde, Donna Jackson, Beau Jackson, Beth Jackson, Lee Ann Jeffords, Daniel Jones, Gretchen Jones, Kendra Jones, Preston Jones, Trey Johnson, Heather Jordan, David Justice, Jack Kassis, George Kaufman, Jeff Kidd, Teresa Kimzey, Leigh Kirkland, Robert Kitchens, Maria Kitchens, Jerry Krebs, Barry 203 Finally Being Upperclassmen Kreider, Lisa Krikorian, Erik Krotzer, Donna Ku, Tom Langley, Scott LaRiviere, Karen Leath, Lori Lee, David Lochamy, Tom Lockhart, Debbie Logsdon, Barie Lovelady, Leesa Lowe, Amy Lowry, Buck Lundberg, Mark Lysinger, Richard McChesney, Lee McClure, Jay McCulloh, Cole MacDonald, Barbara McGriff, Sherri Take your eyes off my paper! (A. Conry) 204 Receiving Class Rings McLain, Scott McWaters. Cas Mallory, Jane Mann. Tammy Mason, Allen Mayville. Bill Meeks. Phillip Meredith, Jeff Miller, Jeff Miller, Margaret Mills, Paige Mitchell, Mike Moncrief, Rene Monroe, Bridgette Morris, Becky Morris, Dexter Morris, Doug Noland, Alex Norwood, Joey O ' Brien. Joby Oliver, Vicki Organ, Larry Padalino, Johnny Pass, Katherine The answer has to be here somewhere. (T. Ferguson) Having Good Times Patrick, Betsy Paulin, Larry Petro, Tim Petway, Mike Pharo, Margie Phillips, Leigh Phillips, Terri Pihakis, Agatha Pilleteri, Bernice Pizzitola, Anna Powell, Jeff Prewitt, Kathy Pridgen, Laurie Pritchard, Tommy Pugh, Mickey Ragan, JayeAnn Rainer, Dean Ramsey, Mike Ray. Patti Reeves, Alan Redman. Cathy Reichert, Michelle Reinier, Julie Renneker, Margaret Ann There ' s a fly in my cotton candy? (L. Denton) 206 Taking College Entrance Exams Repass, Tommy Ritchey, Albert Rilchey, Jody Robertson. Amy Rockwell, Barbie Rodgers, Marshal Roote, Patti Rozendale, Louise Russell, Kim Russell, Mike Sain, Anne Salchert. Jeffrey Saylors, Lee Ann Schiffman, Paf Schiffman, Sam Schmidt. Trixy Scott, Brad Scott, Suzanne Shafer, Cathy Shanks, Ellen Sheehy, Jim Shelton, John Sheppard. Gayle Simonetti. John Two " wild and crazy guys. " (S. Zimmer- man, J. Miller) 207 Striving to Achieve Sluder, Kellye Smeragha, Vince Smilie. Jim Smith. Carol Smith. Le Smith. Paul Sokoll. Letitia Speigner. Jeftery Sprouse. Lori Staiger. Steffen Stallings. Nancy Stathakes, Stephen Stephens, Scott Stevens. Susie Stewart. Richard Strasburger. Tom Strozier, Nancy Sturdivant, Linda Swagler. Rick Tanner. Carmel Taylor, JoAnn Thomas, Eddie Tillman, Mike Tombrello, Karen Tornblom, Nancy Triantos, Kathy 208 Waiting to Be Seniors Troy. Amy Vance. Jonny Vaughn. Meg Wailes. Wendy Walker. Janet Wamack. Mary Warren, Jell Washburn. Sharon Watkins. Allison Watson. Norns Weamer. Lisa Webb. Anna Webber. Blake Weidman, Wendy Wells. Rene Wesson. Greg West. Melanie Westhoven. Doug Whitten. Betsy Williams. Jane Williams. Jennifer Williams. Stephanie Wilson. Susan Wolnski. A. J. Wood. Roger Woods. Kern Worden. Faith Wyatt. Ginger Wyatt, Walter Zimmerman. Steve Thanks Teacher. You do good work. " (J. Warren) 209 Class of ' 80 Two of a kind. (A Cosmos, M. Pharo) I think my lunch is being sabotaged. (M. Ramsey) Rebel Power! (D. Morris, J. Salchert, M. Russell) Take your pick, fellas (B Rockwill, A. Conry, C Colquitt) Don ' t look so enthused. (T. Dodd) 210 at Its Best My mother thinks I ' m creative. (K. Sluder) Gee, I wish you ' d be quiet! (B. Jackson) heard that! (M. Havill) Who asked you anyway? (K. Prewitt) 211 Sophomore Class Officers SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: K. Kitchens, Girls ' V. Pres.; Fred Gear, Sponsor; Anita Pilliteri, Sponsor; L. Salter, Sec.-Treas.; C. McCallum, Pres.; T. Wood, Boys ' V. Pres. Being a Sophomore means having the number one football team and showing school spirit by winning the spirit stick at almost every pep rally. Being a Sophomore also means having the joy of watching your Home- coming display fall apart before your very eyes and the joy of writing your first term paper. Finally, being a Sophomore means going through an awk- ward age — one step ahead of the Rookies and one step behind the Upperclassmen. Chris McCallum; Pres. Kelly Kitchens; Girls ' V. Pres. Trey Wood; Boys ' V. Pres. Lori Salter; Sec.-Treas. 212 Sophomores Have Memories of . Ackerman. Cynthia Adams. Susan Ardovino. Joe Atkins. Laura Leigh Bailey. Keith Baker, Ginger Barker. Robin Baugh. Leah Beck. Melissa Belcher. Greg Bonney. Laura Boone. Holly Boyd. Carrie Bradley. Trey Brandon. Wes Brasher, Billy Brennan. Richard Brooks. Allen Brown. Eddie Brown. Jeff Bryan. Billy Bryant, Jon Bryant. Patricia Buck. Mary Bullock, Sheila Burdette. Saralyn Burks. Jann Burns. Bonnie Burrows. Liz Caddell, Jeft Cain, Christie Caldwell. Jane Carney. Chris Carroll. Mark Chapman. Cathy Chapman. Wallace Childers. Lori Childers. Richard Clark. Lisa Clark, Stan Clark, Tonnie Cloward, Wendy Collins, Saxon Colmat. Chuck Colpack, Leigh Conoley. Teresa Connelly. Rachel Conyers. Cathy Cook. Brian Cooper. Kelley Copeland. Lisa Cory. Janice Cost, Jet) Crain, Jonny Crantord, Cheryl Crow, Brett 213 Writing Their First Term Paper D Amico. Benny David Robert Davidson. Cecilia Davis Charlotte Davis. Ted Dawson. Nancy Dean Barry Dennison. Michael Dickson Tnsha Dillon. Crawlord Dodd. David Duianovic. Lee Eaves Paige Edteldt. Amy Edwards Kim Erber. Donna Estes Brother Estock. Chris Eubanks Deborah Evans Dwight Farrell. Stan Farmer. Jill Farns. Craig Feagin. Mark Ferlisi. Carol Finchum. Melissa Flemmon, Veda Flood, Anne Florence. Beth Follett. Kelly Forbes. French Francis Wendy Freeman. Dorothy Frey. Susan Fuller Jett Gaskms. Jay Gasque. John Gilbreth Carrie O fi I 0- jQnL - l rjd fl B. - m J¥%r KF7JL " v m «H iSL, ' nu3?| ' mT Mr t ftV ■B Take me, I ' m yours! (R. Morgan, B Moon) 214 ! Exploring Career Opportunities Gillespie. Tim Gillum. Parker Gilmote. Julia Goins. Polly Goocher. John Gordon. Randy Grelier. Charles Grench. Terry Gnllilh. Philip Grupe. Lois Guercio. Jackie Gulledge. Jon Gulledge. Lance Gutkowski, Susan Hall. Philip Hancken. Joe Hansen. David Harkey. Liesa Harris. Allison Harris. Keith Hartley. Paige Hassler. Buddy Hauswirth. Christine Hawkins. Denise Hendy. Meredith Hershey. Chris Higginbotham, Marty Hlld. Cheryl Hilyer. Chris Hines. Steve Hinkle. Glenn Hodge. Sue Holcomb. Bill Hopkins. Peter Howard. Chester Howell. Kern Howland. Lorl Hurst. Holly My mother thought I ' d be a doctor! (J. Wilson) 215 Ingram. Kelly Jackson. Julie Jackson. Lisa Jeffrey. Millie Jenkins. Jana Jermgan. Scoff Johnson. Jan Johnston. Kim Jones Gary Jones. Lisa Jones. Martha Jolly. Ralph Jowers. Jill Justice. Diane Kaufman. Julie Kennedy. Kyle Kennedy. Maureen Kilgore. Matt King. George-Ann King. Lisa Kitchens. Kelly Knight. Karen Krebs. Brad Ku. William Kyser, Ellen Landrum. Mark LaRiviere. Billy Laughlin, Kelley Lavender. Kim Leos. Kathy Lollar. Jeff Looney. Jeff Luketic, Ruth McArthur, Tracy McCallum. Chris McClure. Christ! McCluskey. Cathy McCrackin, Clay McDaniel, Emory McGhee. Jerry Being Involved in School Activities 216 Calling Someone Else a Rookie McLaughlin. Joan McLeod. Max McLeod. Tern Mahalley. Margaret Mason. Holly Masterson. Barry Matthews. Lisa Meehan, Jackie Merrick, Roger Mills. Robby Miree. EsterEstes Montgomery. David Moon, Brian Moore. Chris Moore. Paul Morgan, Denise Morgan. Rob Morrow. Doug Murchison. Danna Murchison.Greg Murphy. Todd Nelson, John Noll. Tony Norton, Rick Oliver. Nancy O ' Neal. Debbie Orr. Virginia Packard, Charlotte Palco. Matt Palmes. Deborah Pardue, Elan Parker. Scott Parr, Doug Patton. Matt Payne, Angie Peake. Ben Pearce. Virginia Peden. Renee Pennington, Lynette Pennington, Tammy 217 Having Their Float Fall Apart Peterson, Tom Pelro, Mark Pllasterer, John Pierce, Brent Pilleteri, Joe Pilisci, Susan Poer, Lisa Pope, Dana Porter, deNay Posey. Jay Powell, Anne Powell, Bill Praler, Janice Paine, Ramona Ramsey. Cindi Ramsbacher, Ron Raby, Jelt Rapier, Mark Redman, Renee Reed, Dudley Reed. Karen Reeves, Max Reinhardt, Su y Reynolds. Robert Rhodes, Gena Richardson, Leigh Ritchey, Greg Robbins. Joe Robinson, Jay Rogers, Jeannine Rubio, Margaret Rueschenberg. Jane Russell, Anne Russell, Mindy Ryan, Ginger Saeger, Tim 218 Controlling the Spirit Stick at Pep Rallies Salchert. Ma!! Salmon, Mark Sailer. I on Sankey. Mall Sapp. Morgan Scholl, Shen Scott, Jody Shackletord. Kathy Shater, Roger Shernll, Gma Shuler, Angie Sims. David Sisk, Mike Smith, Alexis Smith. Kathy Smith, Rickey Snyder, Gma Spink, Mike Steele, Bobbie Steele. Dodd Stevens, David Stevenson. Ted Stewart. Kim Stewart, Mike Strong, Matt Sturgeon, Richard Switt, Carol Tamburello. Ann Tanquary, Judy Terebecki, Steve Thigpen. Lois Thomas. Mark Thomas. Randy Thomson. Becky Thompson. Robert Till. Ellis 219 Looking Forward to Being Upperclassmen Towery, Ty Turner. Billy Turner, Stephanie Turner. Vicki Upton. Steve Valin, Vanessa Vanderver, Dale Van Reenen, Melanie Vigee. David Waggoner. Lyn Walker, Dawn Walker, Kim Waller. Jean Walters, Lisa Waruken. Carol Warren, Wade Watts. Alan Weaver. Ann Webb. Kelly Webb. Kimi Webb. Robert Wells. Michael Wheeler. Mark Wiggins. Steven Williams. Tim Williamson, Blant Willis. Marc Willis. Patti Wilson, Bobby Wilson, John Withers. Sam Wolnski. Karen Wood. Phillip Wood. Steve Wood. Trey Woods. Edgar You devil, you (M. Spink) 220 and Enjoying Good Times Let ' s see now. (C. McCluskey) Are you making fun of me? (C. McCallum) What ' s that thing in my locker? (J. Jackson) Go get ' em! (C.Dillon) 221 Freshman Class Officers Adjusting to a new school and get- ting used to the idea of being called rookies is just one of the many memo- ries of being a freshman. This year ' s freshman class, the largest ever to enter Vestavia Hills High School, has gotten off to a great start. They won the Homecoming class display compe- tition and the spirit stick at one of the pep rallies. Already on the move, this year ' s freshman class is sure to have a promising future. Cathy Pritchard; Pres. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: C. Pritchard, Pres.; Donna Earnest, Sponsor; D. Woods, Girls ' V. Pres.; F. D ' Amico, Sec.-Treas.; S. Estock, Boys ' V. Pres.; Karen Cleveland; Sponsor. Denise Woods; Girls ' V. Pres Steven Estock; Boys ' V. Pres. Fran D ' Amico; Sec.-Treas. 222 Freshmen Have Memories of . Abrasley. Lynne Allan. Kristi Allen, Mitch Arnold. Kelly Arvin. Scott Ausbeck. Sarah Ballard. Carol Ballmger. Albert Barnett. Dana Bennis. Barry Bendall. Steve Benjamin. Doug Benton, Karl Berdeaux. Beth Berry. Robbie Berry. Rachel Bishop. Jon Black. Jeff Black, Russell Blaylock, Richard Bliss, Kent Bonham, Richard Charlie. Bridges Brockway, Tina Bross. Betsy Brown, Brooks Brown. Donna Brown, Lisa Browne, Brooks Bryant. Todd Buckner, Bill Budoff. Jana Bull. Vicki Bunnell. Shelley Butts. Bobby Calamas, Maria Campbell. Bobby Cantieny, Pam Carlson. Brad Carr. Wes Caton, Mark Cavaleri. David Champlm. Steve Cheek. Chip Cherry. Julie Childers. Joey Christian. Nancy Clark, Todd Clarke. David Claypool. Mark Clinite. Shannon Coker, Marijane Collins. Perry Condra. Danny Conwell. John Cooper. Lee Anne 223 Changing Schools and Cost Mike Costa. Damian Cotton, Alan Cranford. Amy Crawford. Sarah Culver. Libby D Amico. Fran David. Donald David. Mark Davis. Jay Davis. Worth Dawson. Paul DeFalco. Cindy Denison, Leighann Doron. Kelley Drummonds. Dennis Ducote. Steve Dunn. Jetf Eagle. Dawn East. Scotty Eatman. Knsti Eittreim. Mark Emmerke. Mark Enis. Chuck Estock. Melissa Estock. Stephen Fancher, Whit Farrell. David Fater, Diane Fattig. Karl Faught. Jim Fifles, Chris Forbes. Miles Forbis. Patty Francis. Scott Freeman. Carla Freeman. Dawn Freeman. Paula Fnolin, Vickie Fuller. Laurie Garnett. Mark Freshmen enjoying Spanish? 224 Meeting New Challenges Gasque. Paul Geisler. James Gentle. Jan Gerety. Sean Germek. Bridget Gerson. Gigi Gibson. Julia Gibson. Lisa Gillespie. Carol Gilhs. Dan Godwin, Kyle Goglen. Greg Golden. Cindy Grant. Charlotte Grant, Eldndge Green. Eddie Greer. Lee Grelier, Mane Gulledge. Manbeth Gunter. Charley Haas. Kym Hamilton, Julie Hamnck. Melissa Hansen, Robin Harper. Randy Hartsell. Susan Hayes. Andy Hayes, Mane Hetfington, Lynn Hill. Jack Hines. Debbie Hobbs, Tod Hogeland. Tracy Holladay, Clint Holladay. Scott Holman. Kyle Holt. Kathy Hudson. Alan Hunt. Susan Hunton. Kerry I never make mistakes. (J. Martens) 225 Being Called Rookies Hurst, Sandra Hutchings, Ellen Her, Scott Inabinet, Rob Irving, Michelle Jeffords, Steve Jeffrey, Jimmy Jones. Jeff Jones, Mike Johnson, Kip Johnson, Leslie Johnston, Dana Johnston, Scott Jovings, Nick Justice, John Kentros, George Khare, Geeta Kirkpatrick, Crystal Kitchens. Kelly Kitchens, Kim Lambert, Jeff Langley, Laura Lankford. Todd Lawrence, Carla Lawson, Kelley Lee, Kevin Lee, Phillip Leo, David Leos, Jimmy Lewis, Tom Lockhart, Linda Logan, Amy Logsdon, Bill Long, Roger Lovell, Leo Lowman, Chire Lupia, Janet McCallum, Eileen McDonald, Sean McGee, Phillip 226 and Making New Friends Macoy. Coy McWaters. Grace Mahaftey. Mike Mann, Requelle Maple, Theresa Marcus. Villeta Marek, Todd Marrs, L. M. Martens. Jenni Malhis, Leigh Ann Martin, Robyn Mattson, Tracy Meduec, Mark Mills, Deborah Mitchell, Jane Mitchell, Mandy Moncrief. Scott Monti, Mike Morris, Selina Morrison, Gregg Morrison, Michelle Motley, Donald Neely, Mark Nichols, Martha Norlander, Kay Norris, Ranee Olson, Barbie O ' Neil. Ed Pace, Shannon Pardue. Rhonda Parker, Russell Pasisis. Harry Pate. Rachel Peacock, Jill Peden, David Peek. Rich Pender, Jeff Petway, Laura Phillips, Doug Phillips, Melinda Pierce. Cheryl Powell, George Powell, Sharon Prewitt. Johnny 227 Prichard. Danny Pnlchard. Calhy Proctor Michelle Pugh. Bo Randall Monique Rankin. Brian Rapaich. Lisa Reasonover. A B Reeve s, Renee Remier, Susie Reynolds. Kristy Richardson. Rich Ritchey Sara Robison. Carol Robinson. Melony Robinson, Sondra Rookis. Ricky Rowan, Susan Rozendale. Beth Rushton. Eleanor Russell. Connie Sakmar. Laura Saia. Joe Salchert. Dianne Salem. George Saunders. Gordon Schmidt. Cathy Schmidt. Tim Schuch. Debbie Scott Bruce Shaia. Doug Shamblin. Bill Shanks. Barbara Siebert. Mark Simonetti. Linda Sims. David Siniard. Jill Skibbs. Michelle Smilie. Carolyn Smith. Drew Smith. Mike Smith. Shean Snyder. Diane Snyder, Tommy Winning the Homecomin ing 228 Class Display Competition Spencer, Brad Spina. Roslyn Slagg. Kim Stallings, Andy Stancil, Julie Stathakes Qanne Stevens, Cathy Stevens. Joey Strong. Julie Strozier, Suzanne Swader. Sudie Swagler. Susan Sykes, Carol Talley. Jeff Tarter, Chuck Terkeurst, Ann Thomas, Kristi Todd, Mark Tombrello, Michelle Tomlinson, Belinda Tornblom, Scott Travis, Mike Trucks, Karl Valin, Valerie Vaughn. Valerie Vaughn. Vickie Visintainer, Patrick Wailes, Wayne Walker, Dave Walker. Steve Waller, Kathe Walthall. Kathy Ward, Susan Warren, Jack Watson, Russell Wangerin, Steve 229 Webb, Debbie Westhoven, Amy White, Francine White. Greg White, Linda Widner, Wendy Wiggins, Melissa Williams, Michael Williams, Sheila Williams, Stephen Williamson, David Wilson, Beth Wilson, Carron Wilson, Mike Winslow, Kristy Woger, Sheri Wood, Steven Woods. Denise Woods. Keith Woods, Sandy Woodson, John Wordon. Edson Wright. Lorraine Wright. Rene Wyatt. David Wyatt, Susan Youngers, Laura Zellers. Daphne Getting Involve d Smile, you ' re on candid camera! (R. Martin) 230 and Enjoying High School So this is what it ' s like to be a freshman. (K. Woods) think it ' s time to clean house. (D. Zellers) Where ' s he been all my life? (C. Pritchard) When you ' ve got it, you ' ve got it! (J. Dunn) 231 Advertisements Business Managers: Ann Margaret Conry Allison Harris jSg DOLLHOUSES —Furniture— Accessories t jD oLLnoui£ fc: _7t£a4Ut£l 2907 Crescent Alley Birmingham. 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Eugene Nail, Pastor " But grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. To Him be glory both now and forever. Amen. " II Peter 3:18 WILKERSON COMPANY INC. HEATING • AIR CONDITIONING FULLTIME SERVICE DEPARTMENT OUR FULLY EQUIPPED TRUCKS ASSURE PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE 822-8360 •RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL 3451 Lorna Lane, Birmingham, Ala. 35216 Compliments of a Friend 243 Vestavia Merchant ' s Association A A Ash Jewelers Global Wines Snow ' s Card Gift Shop A P Grocery Gold Rush South Central Bell Alabama Power Hibbett ' s Sporting Goods State Farm Insurance Alley ' s Drug Store Hickory Farms Sun Newspapers Baskin Robbins Ice Cream Joe Nichols Studio Susan Lane Gift Shop B ' ham Federal Savings Loan Keat ' s Casuals Vestavia Barber Shop B ' ham News Kessler ' s Vestavia Bar B Q B ' ham Trust National Bank Knit N Needle Vestavia Hills, City of Blouse House Martin ' s Flowers Vestavia Drug Company Brown Bag Maternity Fashion Bazaar Vestavia Hills Academy of Dance ByrdCo., Inc. Parisian Vestavia Sandwich Shop Cambridge Shop PigglyWiggly Vestavia Shell Service City National Bank Pizitz Bakery Wall ' s Vestavia Shoe Hospital Continental 1-Hour Cleaners Plaza Cleaners Watkin ' s Cleaners Daniels Opticians Red Lobster Restaurant Western Supermarket Danley ' s Manor House Royal Oldsmobile Winn Dixie Grocery Co. First Alabama Bank Sailmaker Restaurant Yeilding ' s First Federal Savings Loan Sears Roebuck Co. Furman Fant Salon First National Bank Shoe Corral Village Chrysler Plymouth LGafford, Interiors Sikes Young Shoes Sandwich Chef Birmingham, Memphis Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, Denver Compliments of IVAN LEONARD CHEVROLET " • MICMELIH ESTES WAREHOUSE TIRES, INC 3417 Old Columbiana Road, Hoover, Alabama 35216 J. Jarrell Estes Office (205)979-7841 244 Congratulations to Our Seniors! Peg and Don Eaves MON. - FRI. 9 ■ 6 APPOINTMENT AVAILABLE A Oi, m £Pt uliny STYLES PHONE 871-2372 BY 1900 2STH AVE. SOUTH BUTCH HOMEWOOD Compliments of the Greek Orthodox Church 307 South 1 9th Street B ' ham, Alabama We Care About YOUth Q tauia ML ninltzd J !{zthocLl±t Ckwmh KENTUCKY AVENUE at EASTWOOD PLACE Telephone 822-9631 245 Congratulations, Seniors 246 2415 7th AVE. S.-BIRMINGHAM PHONE 252-8154 247 Charles Bate Owner Green Valley Shell Road Service and Wrecker Service Mechanic on Duty 24 Hour Service 1625 Montgomery Highway Phone — 822-9890; 822-5570 ROBERTSON TRAVEL POST, INC. 2732 CahabaRd., Mountain Brook, Ala. 35223 879-0461 Authorized Travel Agent for All Travels Member of Association of Retail Travel Agents 248 FABRICS GREEN SPRINGS SHOPPING CENTER 222 Green Springs Highway Telephone 942-0506 Birmingham, Alabama 35209 BARVARIAN GARDEN ' S RESTAURANT Congratulates the Senior Class of 79! V " A Cut Above the Rest Shampoo Beauty Salon 1 94 I -C c=Hoove. Ct., =Hoove.x, a -Lxdama 35226 crrnn crftkinion De.rii daiAwe.Lt Phonc 979-792 1 Compliments of Architectural Hardware, Inc. 71 8 South 30th St. 249 DESHAZO CRANE COMPANY, INC. 3199 Cahaba Heights Road P.O. Box 43347, Birmingham, Alabama 35243 Telephone 205 967-01 03 A Distinguished Name in Fi ne Furniture Furniture Accessories Carpet Drapery 3RIER Phone 822-7456 1493 Montgomery Highway Birmingham, Ala. 35216 In Business Over 59 Years 1920-1979 Kelvinator Refrigerators and Freezers FURNITURE COMPANY — Downtown — BobL. Hunter 112 N. 18th St., Ph. 251-1212 Headquarters for Simmons Beautyrest Mattresses RCA Color Television 250 942-4428 Professional Haircutting by David " Rick " Ryckeley the HAIR DESIGN FOR MEN WOMEN Alariiuwi 2.U. At Snie InntAnrw S Kjp VALLEY AVENUE SHOPPING CENTER By Appointment Tues. Thru Fri. 10:00AM-6:30PM Sat. 8:30AM-5:30PM 417 Valley Ave. East SOUTHEASTERN HEARING AID 1824 29th Avenue South Homewood, Alabama 870-1151 251 AMERICA ' S STEAK EXPERT America ' s Favorite Family Restaurant Vestavia Roebuck Fairfield Open11AM-9PM Fri.-Sat. Til 10PM CAMERA SLWORLD 9 ±0£ 823-2435 1580 MONTGOMERY HWY PERRY OPTICS WOO ( lllh. vnw Snutli limiiiiwham. tkthwiHI JtSJffi ■ ( ■ ;.. ,• fjftf . _V- ' III 252 J. F. GASKILL COMPANY, INC. P.O. Box 185 Pelham, Alabama 35124 y Birmingham Phone: Mobile Phone: Decatur Phone: 205—663-2831 205 — 433-7407 205—353-2831 Industrial Control of Fluids Through Pipe and Energy Conservation 253 Compliments of Handy Dan 942-6348 232 Green Springs Highway Class of 79 Best Frank Madonia 822 8276 m Zfte Catch p Seafood S Meat Market 1596 Montgomery Hwy. • Birmingham, AL 35226 • (205) 8231398 Specializing in Seafood, Meat. Deli Items. Wine and Beer 254 Congratulations to the 1979 Graduating Class From Belmont Studios Park South Plaza Montgomery Highway Vestavia Hills, Alabama Phone 823-41 41 Home of Quality Photography " Vestavia High ' s Official Photographer 255 Hoover Toyota, Inc. 1595 Montgomery Hwy. Birmingham, Alabama 35216 The Dealer With the Low Price Promise Plaza Cleaning Center Dry Cleaning and Coin Laundry 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Park South Plaza Shopping Center 1 409 Montgomery Hwy. 822-5333 Junior Achievement Congratulates Outstanding Students at Vestavia High School Class of ' 80 Best Shades Mountain Independent Church 2281 Old Tyler Road, Birmingham, Alabama 35226 Shades Mountain Independent Church is pleased to have a number of Vestavia students as a part of our membership. We ' re very proud of the many accomplishments by the various groups at Vestavia High School. We ' re indeed proud of their accomplishment in the 4-A football program of this year. I would personally like to invite you to visit with us at Shades Mountain Independent Church. Because of Him, Dick Vigneulle MORNING WORSHIP HOUR 8:30 1 1 :00 A.M. BIBLE SCHOOL STUDY HOUR 9:45 A.M. EVENING SERVICE 6:55 P.M. WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00 P.M. 256 Jo Ljou the, ixLauatz Your high school days are over! This occasion is one of great accomplishment and joy with an underlying tinge of sentiment and sadness. We are proud that you have completed your high school education at Vestavia Hills High School. Of the many bits of knowledge etched in your mind during the past four years we hope, more than anything else, that an attitude toward life has developed within you that will see you through future successes as well as crises and problems. The youth of today certainly faces problems no other generation has faced. But past generations have faced problems equally as challenging which you will never encounter. Opportunities are never ending, and your responsibility toward yourself and society has just begun. It is hard to be a responsible person but easy to fall into the many facets of irresponsibility. Equip yourself with all the education possible. Add your common sense, a genuine feeling for other people — hopefully even love — and your journey through life should be challenging, sometimes happy, sometimes sad, but never boring! The only real status symbol is your attitude toward yourself. All others are merely by-products. YOU are the most important person in the world. Our most heartfelt wishes for a useful and happy life, and may God bless you in your journey. Jack Grace, Mayor Councilmen David Belcher Charlie Davis E. Byron Chew, Council President Francis C. Coggin Joe V. Pilleteri 257 Each year since 1973 as a community ser- vice, HARBERT student crews have collected more than 400,000 pounds of litter tossed by careless citizens onto the roadsides of the Birmingham metro area. 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Caddell Branch Manager Occidental Life Insurance Company of California 3349 Montgomery Highway Homewood, Alabama 35209 879-0583 Occidental Life A Transamerica Company r DO 7«k SW 7 e fUc LITTLE PROFESSOR BOOK CENTER 2901 18th Street, South Homewood, Alabama 35209 Telephone 205 — 870-7461 260 NORA NASH DANCE PERFORMING ARTS STUDIO BALLET PERSONALITY SINGING A TTENTION WORKING MOTHERS NIGHT CLASS FOR SMALL CHILDREN BABIES STARTAT 2 ' i yrs. . „ _ , PRIVATE LESSONS: _ „ , Pageant Ballet Modeling Voice Drama Jazz » Tap SPECIAL ADULT AND TEENAGE CLASSES AND COUPLES DISCO GYMNASTICS - ACROBATICS -- BATON HOOVER • VESTAVIA P«rV South Plaza — 1433-V Montgomery Hwy Phone:822-3012 CENTRAL PARK— MIDFIELD IF NO ANSWER — DIAL 8225566 - 823-0696 OR 780-4291 Wanna buy a new or used car from a dealer that really knows your needs . . . are you looking for a dealer that offers honest service and dependable parts . . . 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Birmingham — Mobile - Atlanta FABRIC CARE CLEANING CENTER 301 7 Columbiana Road Birmingham, Alabama 35216 Phone 822-1495 ftOUTIQUI ADjOWWM 822-3805 PIZZA v PAPA NOW— TRY A REAL PIZZA IE A PIZZA LOVER JCE ' 5 PIZZA • RAVIOLI • SPAGHETTI HOT ITALIAN SAND DELICIOUS SALADS • DRAFT BEER NOON SPECIAL-ALL U CAN EAT 822-3980 1905 Hoover Court (Across From Trader Ku ' s) — Jfis CxirninLaqz nob. Vestavia 823-1123 Men ' s Apparel Forestdale 798-1945 277 96 Years of Service! Let Moore Handley make a Homecrafter out of you! We have everything you need to build, remodel or repair your home. Shop your nearest Homecrafters store. To Homeowners All Over the South Vestavia 1021 Montgomery Hwy. Bessemer 2501 No. 19th St. Center Point 1631 Center Point Rd. Pelham Highway 31 So. Westgate Highway 78 W. SKATE WORLD M " A Wonderful World On Wheels " 4ft B fib 3454 LORNA ROAD HOOVER, ALABAMA 35216 Ren L. 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Fashion Merchandising . Interior Design . . . Architectural Drafting SOUTHERN INSTITUTE 2015-19 Highland Ave. Birmingham, AL 35205 A Division of Southern Junior College of Business 286 Compliments to the Seniors. Home Baking Company 900 North 1 6th Street Birmingham, Alabama 35203 252-1161 Metcalf Realty Serving Jefferson, Shelby, and St. Clair County 50 Years Young ' We Trade Houses ' Call: Bob Lacey Res. 822-4539 Bus. 879-2177 287 ANCHOR GtMJAld Im6UA0MO - QuAitii Stwtdi 200 BARBIZON BLDG • 3100 LORN ROAD BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA 39216 C. W. WORLEY nt) PHONE BUS 823-7707 Good Luck Seniors! From Continental Florist in 1941 G Hoover Court cJraix £ [aitiXl. CoiffUX£.i. HAIR MASTERS, INC. 1409 Montgomery Highway Park South Shopping Center Phone 823-2226 823-2274 HOMEWOOD CYCLE HOBBY SHOP INC. Sales ' INF1% ) Parts Service J Accessories Schwinn Over 1 00 Bikes on Display Over 500 in Stock Also Exercisers Repair Most Makes Established 1951 879-3986 879-3244 2834 S. 18th, Homewood %v ::; Once, it was crepe paper streamers hung in the gym. Your class parties are splashier now. Have your reunion at the Sheraton. Enjoy Sheraton ' s glittering decor, and gourmet cuisine. Our professional banquet planners are ready to assist you. Give your reunion that touch of " class " . Sheraton Mountain Brook Inn SHE u.S L h S w so OR b! N R m 288 : ara-- Coca-Col «nd Cok arc r a ,it»t»d trada-marki which identify the tarn product ol The Coca-Cola Company 289 Charles Arndt Custom Apparel 402-404 North 20th Street Birmingham, Alabama 35203 Telephone (205)324-2133 Printing and Supply Monday Thru Friday 8:00AM to 5:00PM Saturday 8-1 2 221 7 1st Ave. North Birmingham, Alabama 35203 Phone 205 251 -6963 •TAT I FARM IN1URANCC STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES RON FOSTER AGENT Life — Homeowners — Auto — Health — Business Ins. 2049 Canyon Road P.O. Box 201 98 Telephone Birmingham, Ala. 35216 823-7380 1016 Montgomery Highway Phone 822-8368 ROYCE DAVIS 290 CN 1PUSUf€ Duffy Chase OFFICE PHONE: 033-0140 UIK ' MIM.II.WI VPC CAMITS LIFE 2 25 ARI.IMJTON AVE. MlkMIMIHAM. Al, 35205 Campus fl.ife C$ APU5 Lite does ycJR VoKRYil lG fc mv 291 Mrs. Turner ' s Homeroom Says: " Good Luck, Seniors " 292 Compliments of ELLARD CONTRACTING CO.JNC. BIRMINGHAM. ALA Phone (205)956-2846 P.O. 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Box 2311 ogham, Alabama _ SPI j{ National Award Winners in Graduation 1 A.nno uncem j J m umVmmMlk IJfie Countxu ' i Jlaiqe.it SpToduce.i of Wedding Dnvittxtiom and Social tationeit FREE DESIGNING OF BUSINESS LETTERHEADS AND CARDS " Jh£ Mfefi ' i JJaiqeit Snqiairina dom[ianq wiihei trie. 29? Index Aaron, Keith: 76, 78, 79, 80, 178, 195,309 Abercrombie, Mark: 178 Abernathy, Andy: 130, 199 Abrasley, Karen: 138, 178 Abrasley, Lynn: 71, 71, 125, 147,223 Ackerman, Cynthia: 70, 1 1 7, 120,213 Adams, Elliot: 117, 127, 148, 178 Adams, Susan: 127,213 Adderholt, Steven: 108, 113, 137, 199 Akers.Jodi: 118, 199 Alderson, Susan: 133 Alexander, Ginny: 85, 178 Alexander, Susanne: 141, 1 78 Allan, Kristi: 130, 132,223, 314 Allan, Tracey: 138, 199 Allen, Mitch: 37, 67, 124,223, 83 Anchors, David: 56, 57,60, 63,65,90,92,95, 146, 199, 208 Anderson, Beckie: 117,1 32, 178 Anderson, Valerie: 123, 199 Aplin, Emily: 6, 134, 150, 153, 199 Ardovino, Joe: 140,213,318 Ardovino, Luanne: 39, 72, 73, 86 ' , 87, 129, 178,306 Arnold, Kelly: 147,223 Arther, Karen: 108, 110, 178 Arvin, Scott: 135, 136,223 Atkins, Laura Leigh: 37, 70, 106,140,213 Ausbeck, Barbara: 138, 178 Ausbeck, Sarah: 147,223 B Badham, Becky: 178 Bailey, Keith: 120,213 Baker, Ginger: 84, 85, 120, 134,135,193,213 Baker, Greg: 9, 14, 17,30,76, 120,134,135,178 Ballard, Carol: 223 Ballard, Lisa: 134, 199 Ballinger, Albert: 124,223 Ballinger, Margaret: 120, 138, 199 Barker, Robin LouAnne: 108, 113,136,145,150,153, 213 Barnes, Tom: 142, 143, 178 Barnett, Cindy: 178, 196,308 Barnett, Dana: 108, 113, 133, 223 Barr, Richard: 199 Barrett, Jana: 145, 178 Barrett, Phillip: 56, 57, 62, 63, 143 Bates, Ernest: 14, 16, 55,76, 134,135,136,178 Baugh, Danny: 2, 11,76,78, 81,146,178, 193,211 Baugh, Leah: 114,115,118, 213 Beatty, Miriam: 115, 118, 119, 143,178 Beck, Melissa: 108, 111, 135, 149,213 Beckish, Richard: 2, 16,132, 143, 149, 149, 178 Bedenbaugh, Eric: 38, 108, 112, 113 Belcher, David: 100, 130, 199 Belcher, Greg: 140,213,217 Bemis, Barry: 124,223 Bendall, Steve: 147,223,306 Benintende, Cheryl: 67, 124, 223 Benner, Susan: 1 7, 84, 85, 114,115,145,199 Benton, Karl: 124, 142,223 Bedeaux, Elizabeth: 223 Berkay, Nerrin: 127, 179 Berry, Joe: 199, 123 Berry, Robbie: 133,223 Berry, Rachel: 223, 125 Bhown, Abhoyjit: 120, 179 Bidez, Leary: 84, 85, 1 79 Biggers, Tracy: 141, 199 Bishop, David: 116,143, 199 Bishop, Jon: 124,223,83 Bishop, Mike: 108, 112, 113, 144 Black, Jeff: 11 8, 223 Black, Joe: 179 Black, Russell: 88, 89, 130, 223 Blair, Beth: 126, 138, 179 Blankenship, Emmett: 132 Blaylock, Richard: 108, 113, 133 223 Bliss, Kent: 67, 83, 147,223 Bonham, Richard: 67, 124, 223 Bonner, Nancy: 84, 85, 109, 145, 179 Bonney, Eva: 118, 199 Bonney, Laura: 145,213,312 Boone, Holly: 86, 213 Bottomley, David: 179 Bouloukos, Debra: 1 1 6, 1 38, 199 Bowden, Stuart: 75, 99, 130, 199 Boyd, Carrie: 106, 140,213 Bradley, Trey: 130, 131,136, 213 Brandon, Wes: 135,213 Brandstadt, Lori: 127, 199, 297 Brasher, Billy: 108,112,113, 130,213 Brazier, Dean: 108, 112, 113, 179 Brennan, Richard: 105, 108, 112, 113, 139,213 Brent, Erin: 199 Bridges, Charlie: 106, 147, 223 Bridges, Kim: 125,199 Brocato, Mark: 108, 113,127, 199,309 Brockway, Lisa: 134, 136, 150,152,199 Brockway, Tina: 135, 136, 223 Brooks, Allen: 213 Bross, Betsy: 1 45, 223 Brown, Alisa: 88, 103, 120, 136,199 Brown, Arvin: 108, 112, 113, 179 Brown, Beverly: 199 Brown, Brooks: 223 Brown, Donna: 108, 113, 118, 125,223 Brown, Eddie: 213 Brown, Jeff: 85, 120, 134,213 Brown, Jennifer: 74, 96, 97, 98, 120, 134, 150, 151, 198, 199,268 Brown, Jim: 8, 41,56, 58, 63, 76,81, 120, 134, 179,306, 314 Brown, Lisa: 127,223 Brown, Mary Wynne: 9, 30, 40,68,129,179 Brown, Renee: 10,84, 120, 126,148,179 Brown, Richard: 126, 179 Brown, Todd: 100, 116, 130, 131 199 Browne, Brooks: 67, 124, 223 Browne, Lisa: 134,199 Bruner, Eddie: 141, 179 Bruno, James: 179 Bryan, Billy: 76, 124, 128, 146,176,179 Bryan, Billy: 56, 124,129, 213,216 Bryant, Jon: 75, 99, 135,213 Bryant, Patricia: 213 Bryant, Todd: 223 Buck, Mary: 213 Buckner, Bill: 67, 83, 223 Buckner, Jan: 7, 108,111, 113,132,199 Budoff, Jana: 147,223 Bull, Sheri: 94, 179 Bull, Vicki: 147,223 Bullock, Sheila: 1 0,213 Bullock, Kim: 14, 130, 179 Bunnell, Shelley: 11 7, 128, 223 Bunnell, Stacey: 98, 127, 199 Burdette, Saralyn: 106, 108, 111, 140,213 Burkett, Ray: 144, 180 Burks, Jann: 70, 129,213 Burks, Jimmy: 139, 199 Burns, Bonnie: 213 Burrows, Liz: 123,213 Butgereit, Drew: 120, 180 Butgereit, Jay: 130, 199 Butts, Bobby: 223 Cadell, Jeff: 141,213 Cain, Christie: 96, 140, 149, 213 Cain, Joe: 56, 90, 124, 199 Calamas, Marie: 108,113, 118,223 Caldwell, Jane: 96, 97, 135, 136,213 Campbell, Bobby: 67, 147, 223 Cantieny, Pam: 125, 147,223 Caputo, Mike: 90, 134,199 Carlson, Brad: 223,316 Carlson, Brent: 180 Carney, Chris: 213 Carr, Wes: 1 08, 113,147,223 Carroll, Mark: 75,99,213 Carter, Jay: 134, 199 Castleberry, Denise: 116,1 25, 134, 199 Castleberry, Richie: 56, 57, 58,59,60,61,64, 146, 180 Caton, Mark: 67, 124,223 Cavaleri, David: 223 Champlin, David: 56, 124, 199 Champlin, Steve: 67, 223 Chandler, Jon: 180 Chapman, Cathy: 140,213 Chapman, Wallace: 135,213 Cheatham, Mike: 199 Cheek, Chip: 223 Cherry, Julie: 118, 125,223 Chi lds, Peter: 130, 199 Childers, Joey: 108, 113, 133, 223 Childers, Lori: 213 Childers, Richard: 108, 112, 113,213 Christian, Larry: 8, 138, 180, 195 Christian, Nancy: 132,223 Christian, Sarah: 138, 180 Clark, Stan: 213 Clark, Terri: 120, 132, 199 Clark, Todd: 115,124,223 Clark, Tonie: 115, 114, 120, 137,213 Clarke, David: 124,223 Clarke, Lisa: 116,140,213 Clarke, Steven: 108, 112, 113, 144, 199 Claypool, Mark: 120,223 Clemant, Cathy: 117, 141 Clinard, Katie: 84, 199 Clinite, Shannon: 125, 147, 223 Cloud, Kelly: 127, 148,180 Cloward, Kerri: 8, 114, 115, 180 Cloward, Wendy: 108, 113, 145,213 Cofield, Paula: 118, 119, 180, 308 Coggin, Melanie: 134,200 Coker, David: 4, 108, 113, 143, 180,281 Coker, Marijane: 90, 101,1 20, 147,223 Collins, Perry: 127,223 Collins, Saxon: 118,213 Colmat, Chuck: 144,213 Colpack, Leigh: 127,213 Colquitt, Carol: 90, 94, 116, 134,135,200,210 Condra, Danny: 147, 149, 223 Connelly, Rachel: 145,213 Conoley, Glenn: 99, 130, 213 Conoley, Teresa: 213 Conry, Ann Margaret: 90, 134, 135, 136,150,153,200, 204,210 Conry, Marty: 43, 126, 130, 131, 136, 180 Conwell, John: 108, 113, 133, 223 Conyers, Kathy: 108,111, 113, 118,213 Cook, Brian: 108, 113, 130, 213 Cook, Diane: 200 Cooper, Kelley: 118,213 Cooper, Lee Anne: 147, 223 Copeland.AI: 108,112,113, 137, 180 Copeland, Carole: 200 Copeland, Lisa: 140, 149, 213,271 Corretti, Rebecca: 108, 111, 113 Cory, Janice: 106, 134, 140, 213 300 Cory, Joanne: 10,41,106, 107,126,128,134,140, 180 Cosmos, Annette: 138, 200, 210 Cost, Jeff: 213 Cost, Mike: 83, 224 Costa, Damian: 136, 147, 224 Cotton, Alan: 224 Cousins, Scott: 99, 116, 138, 200 Cox, Chuck: 108, 112, 113, 180 Cox,Gina:12, 101,120,180 Crandall, Billy: 47, 129, 180 Crane, Johnny: 56,66, 213 Cranford, Amy: 34, 37, 71, 147,224 Cranford, Cheryl: 34, 70, 117, 213 Crawford, Sarah: 43, 108, 224 Creekmore, Hill: 56, 200 Croasmann, Jolene: 120, 138, 200 Crow, Brett: 124, 140,213 Crow, Bryan: 2, 11, 14, 17, 116,124,140,180,193, 216,235 Culver, Libby: 224 Cunningham, David: 36, 56, 63,90,93,95,103,124, 128,198,200,202 Cunningham, Miles: 200 Cuppett, Cindy: 141, 180 Cuthrell, Greg: 141,180 D ' Amico, Angie: 84, 1 29, 1 81 D ' Amico, Benny: 82, 214 D ' Amico, Fran: 222, 224 D ' Amico, Frank: 135,200 Dauphin, Liz: 74, 90, 98, 117, 134,198,200,277 David, Donald: 100,130, 136, 224 David, Mark: 147,224 David, Robert: 90, 92, 140, 214 Davidson, Cecelia: 214, 243 Davidson, Debbie: 96, 132, 200 Davis, Charlotte: 214 Davis, Jay: 100, 130, 224 Davis, Ted: 112,137,214 Davis, Worth: 67, 83, 124, 224 Dawson, Karen: 122, 181 Dawson, Nancy: 214 Dawson, Paul: 127,224 Dean, Barry: 108, 113, 139, 214 Dean, Dee: 141,200 Dean, Jay: 108, 112, 113, 137,181 DeFalco, Cindy: 147,224 DeLucas, Cincy: 116, 122, 1 36, 200 Deng, Laura: 108, 113 Denison, Leigh Ann: 118,1 20, 125,224 Dennison, Michael: 56, 66, 214 Denton, Leslie: 8, 116,200, 206, 281 Denton, Manley: 124, 181 DeShazo, Debbie: 138, 200 DeShazo, Donna: 134, 181 DiChiara, Delores: 8, 31,41, 96,97,106, 107,128,129, 181,318 Dickey, Robert: 181 Dickerson, Warren: 2, 144, 181 Dickson, Charles: 176, 181 Dickson, Trisha: 140,214 Dillon, Crawford: 99, 135, 214,221,310 Dobyns, David: 200 Dodd, David: 124,200 Dodd, Mike: 124,200 Dodd, Terri: 138, 201,210 Dodt, Jennie: 127,201 Doerwald, Roland: 130, 201 Dolatabodi, Bezshan: 123, 128,201 Dolatabodi, Shams: 181 Dollar, Kip: 130,201 Dorminey, Janice: 141, 181 Doron, Kelley: 108, 113,145, 224 Driggers, Steve: 47, 75, 99, 144, 192 Drummonds, Dennis: 133, 224 Ducote, Steve: 224, 142 Dujanovic, Lee: 56, 66, 124, 214,224 Dunkin, Janice: 138, 181 Dunn, Jeff: 108, 113,231,224 Durie, Barry: 116, 147 Dwyer, Tim: 130,201 Eagle, Dawn: 224 East, Scotty: 75, 135, 224 Easter, Lynn: 141 Eatman, Kristi: 145,224 Eaves, Paige: 108, 111, 113, 118,143,214 Eddins, Owen: 99, 124, 201 Edfelt, Amy: 108, 113, 135, 214 Edwards, Kim: 108,113,118, 214 Edwards, Leisha: 201 Eggleston, Eddie: 108, 112, 113,201 Eittreim, Mark: 108, 113, 133, 224 Eittreim, Susan: 139,201 Ellis, Richard: 56, 90, 121, 134,201 Eltz, Caroline: 106, 120,134, 201,310 Emmerke, Mark: 124, 142, 224 Enis, Chuck: 108,113,141, 224 Ensor, Laura: 201 Erben, Ann: 90,94, 129, 181, 306, 308 Erber, Donna: 86, 140, 214 Erber, Ellen: 11,133,181 Esdale, Phillip: 36, 56, 59, 62, 138,201,261 Eskew, Gelnn:108, 112, 113, 118,143,201 Estes, Brother: 56,66,214, 124 Estes, Dee: 11,96,97,120, 133,181 Estes, Leigh: 84, 133, 181 Estock, Chris: 214 Estock, Melissa: 72, 224,314 Estock, Stephen: 88, 121, 130, 136,222,224 Etheridge, Sharon: 16, 118, 181 Etheredge, Tina: 145,201 Eubanks, Deborah: 140, 214 Evans, Dwight: 144,214 Everling, Brian: 136,201 Everling, Ron: 201 Fahey, Colleen: 118, 181 Fairier, Angela: 117, 181 Fancher, Jerry: 144 Farmer, Jill: 11,214 Farmer, Todd: 99, 130,201 Farrell, David: 67, 124,224 Farrell, Stan: 6, 12,82, 124, 214 Farrell, Vann: 56, 90,92,95, 130,201 Farris, Craig: 56, 66, 124,214 Fater, Diane: 147,224 Fattig, Carl: 108,139,224 Faught, David: 100, 130, 182 Faught, Jim: 130, 131,224 Feagin, Mark: 99, 124,214 Feagin, Susanne: 45, 98, 127, 181 Ferguson, Cindy: 39, 50, 1 1 5, 143,182,192 Ferguson, Randy: 14, 143, 182 Ferguson, Tommy: 1 08, 1 1 3, 139,201,205 Ferlisi, Carol: 140,214 Fifles, Chris: 224 Finchum, Melissa: 145, 214, 268 Fiorella, David: 201 Fish, Tommy: 141 Flemmon, Veda: 1 25, 1 45, 214 Florence, Beth: 116, 140 Flood, Anne: 108, 111, 115, 117,214 Follett, Ami: 11 7, 145,201 Follett, Kelly: 140,214 Forbes, French: 108, 112, 118, 139, 150, 151,214, 288 Forbes, Lyles: 142,224 Forbis, Patty: 108, 113,224 Francis, Scott: 139,224 Francis, Wendy: 11, 117, 214 Franks, Lynn: 101, 128, 133, 182 Freeman, Carla: 32, 125, 132, 224 Freeman, Darri: 126, 182 Freeman, Dawn: 114,115, 224 Freeman, Dorothy: 140, 214 Freeman, Leslie: 102, 182 Freeman, Paula: 108, 113, 125,127,224 Frey, Susan: 108, 111, 118, 214,219 Fridlin, C. C: 132, 136, 147, 201 Friolin, Vicki: 224 Fuller, Jeff: 108,113,214 Fuller, Laurie: 125, 147,224 Gainer, Russell: 144,201 Gall, Craig: 2, 138, 182 Galloway, Denise: 108, 111, 113,202 Galloway, Kathryn: 182 Garnett, Mark: 83, 124,224 Garrett, Julie: 45, 101, 122, 182 Gaskill, Jeff: 99, 138, 202, 214 Gaskins, Jay: 142,214 Gasque, Paul: 225 Gay, Alan: 75, 99, 182 Geisler, James: 108, 113, 147, 225 Gentle, Jan: 132,225 Gerety, Sean: 225 Germok, Bridget: 114, 132, 225 Gerson, Gigi: 147,225 Gibson, Cindi: 108, 111,113, 182,250,252 Gibson, Julia: 114, 115, 147, 225 Gibson, Lisa: 108, 113,145, 225 Gilbreth, Carrie: 114, 115, 143,214 Giles, Greg: 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 63,90,93,94, 116,182 Giles, Gwen: 38, 116,202 Gillespie, Carol: 108, 113, 118,125,225 Gillespie, David: 4, 99, 108, 113,117, 128,137,182, 315 Gillespie, Tim: 108, 113, 142, 215 Gillis, Dan: 147, 225 Gillum, Jack: 56, 57, 58, 65, 90,93,146 Gillum, Parker: 138,215 Gilmore, Julia: 98, 120, 140, 215 Glass, Rob: 11, 130, 136,182 Glaze, Ellen: 88, 89 Glenn, Rich: 90, 91,94, 132, 202 Godwin, Kyle: 67, 120, 124, 225 Godwin, William: 90, 93, 95, 146,182 Goglin, Greg: 225 Goins, Polly: 141,215 Golden, Cindy: 50, 132,225 Goldschmidt, Chris: 108, 113, 130,143,202,206 Goneke, Sandy: 1 1 6, 1 38, 202 Goocher, John: 108, 113, 137,215 Goocher, Lisa: 46, 48, 52, 106,182 Gordon, Beverly: 123, 202 Gordon, Randy: 108, 112, 113,215 Graham, Jeff: 202 Graham, Lloyd: 182 Grant, Charlotte: 225 Grant, Eldridge: 67, 106, 124, 225 Gray, Lynne: 134,202,310 Gray, Mark A.: 202 Gray, Ves: 4, 12, 14, 17,35, 40,76,77,78,79,80,81, 103, 127, 146, 174, 176, 182 Green, Bobby: 141, 182 Green, Eddie: 225 Green, Elizabeth: 141,202 Greenfield, Steve: 14, 16, 17, 31,41,47, 150, 151, 177, 182,319 Greer, Lee: 67, 123, 147,225 Grelier, Charles: 138,215 Grelier, Marie: 147,225,317 Grench, Terry: 21 , 120,125, 215 Griffith, Phillip: 144, 215 Grupe, Lisa: 120, 148,215 Guerico, Jackie: 215 Guerico, Pat: 132,202 Gulledge,Jon:132, 142, 215 Gulledge, Lance: 56, 66, 124, 215 Gulledge, Maribeth. 71, 106, 147,225 Gunter, Charley: 225 301 Gulkowski, Susan: 70, 140, 215 Gutkowski,Ted:6, 99, 130, 202 H Haas, Kym: 125,225,306 Hagedorn, Leah: 121, 143, 202 Hain, Romaine: 43, 148, 183 Hall, Chuck: 146, 183,306, 308 Hall, Phillip: 215 Hall, Rene: 183 Hamilton, Julie: 108, 113, 135, 225 Hamilton, Lisa: 96, 97, 103, 126,129, 150,182,320 Hamilton, Steve: 8, 130, 131, 202 Hammett, Kelly: 129,202,319 Hamrick, Melissa: 115,225 Hankins, Joe: 11, 142,215 Hansen, David: 90, 1 1 6, 21 5, 308 Hansen, Ed: 132, 136, 183 Hansen, Robin: 117, 136, 147, 225 Hansen, Wendy: 10,47 84, 85,117,126,136,150, 152,183 Harkey, Liesa: 115,118,215 Harper, Randy: 225 Harris, Allison: 108, 111, 113, 145,150, 153,215 Harris, Keith: 99, 116, 127, 215 Harrison, Beverly: 47, 84, 128, 138,183 Harrison, Jill: 84, 183 Hartley, Paige: 120, 144,215 Hartsell, Cindy: 46, 49, 51,84, 122,202 Hartsell, Susan: 147,225 Hassler, Buddy: 108, 112, 113,215 Hastings, Mary: 183 Hausewirth, Christine: 215 Hausewirth, Mary Beth: 1 27, 143,202,203,271 Havill, Mary Ann: 114, 115, 116,134,202,211 Hawkins, Denise: 144, 215 Hawkins, Mark: 141 Hayes, Andy: 124,225 Hayes, Marie: 71, 147,225 Hayes, Michelle: 71, 106, 147 Heftington, Lynn: 115, 118, 119,127,202,225 Hendley, Dan: 202 Hendy, Meredith: 144,215 Hershey, Chris: 75,99, 135, 215 Higginbotham, Marty: 114, 115,118,215 Highland, Dan: 142, 143,202 Hild, Cheryl: 118,215 Hild, Teresa: 46, 49, 106, 118, 119,126, 183 Hill, Jack: 1 08, 113, 141 , 225 Hilyer, Chris: 215 Hines, Debbie: 147,225 Hines, Steven: 75, 99, 1 30, 215 Hines, Susie: 118, 183 Hinkle, Glenn: 90, 92, 140, 215 Hinkle, Scott: 36, 183 Hobbs, Kim: 34, 68, 69, 129, 146 Hobbs, Todd: 225 Hodge, Sandra: 145, 183 Hodge, Sue: 108, 110, 113, 137,215 Hodo, John: 183 Hoftman, Dennis: 109, 110, 112,113,183 Hoffman, Don: 44, 108, 113, 114,115,143,183 Hogeland, Tracy: 147,225 Holcombe, Bill : 215 Holcombe, Bobby: 12, 127, 128, 134,135, 183, 193, 290,317 Holladay, Clint: 130,225 Holladay, Scott: 147, 183,225 Holman, Kyle: 225 Holt, Ira: 100, 130, 202 Holt, Kathy: 106, 125, 128, 132,225,314 Hood, Sally: 68, 120, 129,202 Hopkins, Peter: 108, 112, 113, 215 Home, Tonya: 202 Horton, Carolyn: 203 Howard, Chester: 21 5 Howard, Ed: 203, 251,318 Howell, Jim: 116, 130,203 Howell, Kerri: 11 8, 118, 138, 149,215 Howell, Kim: 120, 138, 149, 203 Howell, Scott: 183 Howland, Lori: 215 Hudson, Alan: 225, 281 Hudson, Cheryl: 108, 111, 113,117,126,183,250 Hughes, Amy: 123,203 Hughes, Janet: 44, 128, 143, 184 Hull, Holly: 203 Hunt, Kim: 34, 36, 68, 106, 107, 130,203 Hunt, Susan: 6, 125, 147,225 Hunter, Wayne: 30, 38, 47, 56, 57,59,106,107,128,146, 184 Hunton, Kerry: 125, 147,225 Hurst, Holly: 140,215,26,238 Hurst, Sandra: 108, 145, 226 Hutching, Ellen: 108, 113, 118,225 Hyde, Donna: 11 7, 127, 203 Hyde, Marijean: 141, 183 I ller.Scott: 67, 83, 226 Inabinet, Rob: 108,113, 133, 226 Ingram, Kelly: 118,216 Irving, Michelle: 114, 115, 147,226 Jackson, Beau: 56, 58, 59, 124,211,203 Jackson, Elizabeth: 138, 203 Jackson, Graham: 141, 183 Jackson, Julie: 96, 140, 216, 221 Jackson, Lee Ann: 100, 114, 115,122,203 Jackson, Lisa: 216 James, Alesia: 86, 31 3 Jeffords, Daniel: 203 Jeffords, Ed: 183 Jeffords, Steve: 147,226 Jeffrey, Jimmy: 61,67, 120, 135,226 Jeffrey, Millie: 10,120, 135, 149,216,238 Jenkins, Ashley: 1 7, 28, 40, 68, 106, 117, 138,149, 183 Jenkins, Carol: 123 Jenkins, Jana: 118,216 Jenkins, Ken: 138, 183 Jernigan, Scott: 138,216 Johnson, Heather: 108, 111, 113, 118, 150, 152,203 Johnson, Jan: 108, 111, 113, 118, 119,216 Johnson, Kip: 100, 125, 140, 147,226 Johnson, Leslie: 125, 145, 226 Johnson, Dana: 1 00, 1 25, 226 Johnston, Howie: 56, 66, 82, 124 Johnston, Kim: 216 Johnston, Scott: 124,226 Jolly, Ralph: 108, 112,113, 130,216 Jones, Bobby: 141 Jones, Burns: 44, 108, 112, 113,118,119, 184 Jones, Gary: 216 Jones, Gretchen: 100, 120, 138,203 Jones, Jeff: 226 Jones, Kendra: 108, 110,203 Jones, Lisa: 140,216 Jones, Martha: 108, 111, 113, 216 Jones, Mary: 1 84 Jones, Mike: 226 Jones, Preston: 144,203 Jones, Trey: 116, 138,203 Jones, Wayne: 184 Jordan, David: 56, 57, 58, 61, 65,76,77,78,79,80, 116, 129,203,204 Jovings, Nick: 108,113, 132, 226 Jowers, Jill: 10, 106, 140, 149, 216 Justice, Diane: 137,216 Justice, Jack: 147,203 Justice, John: 147,226 K Kabase, Ted: 54, 90, 92, 94, 95, 1 84 Karl, Nancy: 4, 34,68, 129, 176, 103, 184 Kassis, George: 1 38, 203 Kaufman, Jeff: 12, 76, 80, 81, 102,129,203 Kaufman, Julie: 106, 116,216 Kelly, Richie: 68, 69, 132, 184 Kennedy, Eileen: 47, 90, 94, 106,138,150,152,184 Kennedy, Kyle: 140,216 Kennedy, Maureen: 140, 216, 311 Kennemer, Kevin: 14, 184 Kentros, George: 108, 113, 127,148,226 Khare, Geeta: 226 Kidd, Teresa: 134, 150, 153, 203 Kilgore, Matt: 142,216,262 Kimzey, Leigh: 134,203 King, George Ann: 118,216 King, Lisa: 140,216 Kirby, Lisa: 184 Kirkland, Robert: 56, 58, 64, 116,138,203,297 Kirkpatrick, Crystal: 106, 146, 226 Kitchens, Jerry: 90, 91 , 95, 130,203 Kitchens, Kelly: 106,216,318 Kitchens, Kelly: 125, 144,212, 220, 226 Kitchens, Kim: 125, 144, 145, 226, 308 Kitchens, Maria: 108, 111, 113,203 Knight, Jan: 133, 184 Knight, Karen: 108, 113,117, 216 Koulourides, Diane: 120, 122, 150, 151, 184,316 Krebs, Barry: 7, 30, 66, 71 , 90, 91 , 203 Krebs, Brad: 66, 138,216 Kreider, Lisa: 90, 102, 134, 204 Krikorian, Erik: 55, 56, 90, 138,200,204 Krotzer, Donna: 90, 94, 134, 204 Ku, Tom: 204 Ku, William: 216 Kyles, Tommy: 1 84 Kyser, Ellen: 143, 216 Laire, Jimmy: 99, 139, 184 Lambert, Jeff: 142,226 Lampton, Greg: 14, 17,29, 75,99, 132, 185,248 Landrum, Mark: 108, 113, 130,216 Langley, Laura: 108, 113, 116, 118, 125,226 Langley, Scott: 76, 79, 102, 106, 130,204 Lankford, Todd: 130,226 La Riviere, Billy: 130,216 La Riviere, Karen: 116,204 Laughlin, Kelley: 84, 106, 140, 216 Lavender, Kim: 140,216 Lawrence, Carla: 125,226 Lawrence, Suzanne: 29, 31 , 35,38,42,68,69, 106, 107, 125, 128,129,185 Lawson, Becky: 72, 86, 129, 185 Lawson, Kelly: 147,226 Leath, Lori: 120, 132, 143, 204 Lee, David: 124,204 Lee, Kevin: 127, 226 Lee, Mark: 14, 100, 130,185 Lee, Phillip: 67, 83, 147,226 Lee, Stewart: 100, 126, 130, 136, 185 Leo, David: 141, 142,226 Leos, Jimmy: 67, 124,226 Leos, Kathy: 140,216 Lewis, Alvin: 120, 185 Lewis, Tom: 67, 124,226 Linton, Steve: 108, 112,137, 185 Lochamy, Tom: 56, 57, 90, 146,204 Lockhart, Debbie: 132,204 Lockhart, Linda: 125, 145, 226 Logan, Amy: 108, 113, 118, 226 Logan, Rex: 108, 113, 185 Logsdon, Berry: 114, 115, 127, 137,204 Logsdon, Bill: 108, 109, 113, 127,226 Lollar, Jeff: 82, 124,216 302 Long, Roger: 108, 113, 133, 226 Looney, Jeff: 56,66, 124,216 Lovelady, Leesa: 120, 122, 204 Lovell, Leo: 141,226 Lowe, Amy: 120, 138,204 Lowe, Jim: 14, 108,109, 112, 113,185 Lowman, Chire: 127,226 Lowry, Buck: 204 Luketic, Ruth: 100,216 Lundberg, Mark: 130,204, 312 Lupia, Janef: 226 Lysinger, Richard: 204 M McArthur, Tracy: 86, 87, 140, 216,249 McBay, Randy: 108,113, 114, 115,117,139,185 McBride, Lee: 114, T1 5, 145, 185 McCallum, Chris: 32, 33, 37, 56,66,90,92,93,95, 124, 212,216,221 McCallum, Eileen: 108, 113, 118,226 McCallum, Phillip: 16,18,28, 36,90,91,94,95,106, 107, 128, 132,185,307 McChesney, Lee: 204 McClellan, Brent: 185,287 McClure, Christi: 72, 73,86, 87,135,216 McClure, Jay: 72, 204 McCluskey, Cathy: 132,216, 221 McCluskey, Ellen: 120, 133, 185 McConnell, Leslie: 46, 49, 108, 110, 113,134,185 McCormick, Scott: 31 , 42, 128,132,185 McCoy, Coy: 67, 124, 227 McCracken, Clay: 108, 112, 113,139,216 McCulloh, Cole: 108, 112, 113,130,204 McDaniel, Emory: 216 McDonald, Sean: 226 McEachran, Gib: 28, 40,45, 55,56,57,60,61,62,99, 146, 185,193,289 McGee, Phillip: 56, 57, 67, 124,226 McGhee, Jerry: 66, 90, 141, 216 McGriff, Sherri: 114,115,204 McGuire, Pat: 31, 106, 117, 132, 177, 185 McKell, Charles: 9, 39, 116, 138,185,234,249 McKenzie, Frank: 11,117, 185,315 McKenzie, Gina: 133, 186 McLain, Scott: 205 McLaughlin, Joan: 108, 113, 143,217 McLeod, Becki: 141, 186 McLeod.Max: 138,217 McLeod, Terri: 217 McManus, Barbara: 114, 1 15, 186 McPherson, David: 14, 134, 186 McWaters, Cas:114, 115, 120, 124,205 McWaters, Grace: 147, 227 MacDonald, Barbara: 90, 122, 150, 151,204 Mahaffey, Margaret: 98, 138, 217 Mahaffey, Mike: 67, 83, 124, 227 Mallory, Jane: 132,205 Mann, Requelle: 125, 147, 227 Mann, Tammy: 205 Mapel.Troy: 147, 186 Maple, Theresa: 125, 141,227 Marcrum, Debbie: 143, 186 Marcus, David: 2, 9, 14, 17, 186 Marcus, Villeta: 147,227 Marek, Todd: 147,227 Markovich, Beau: 59, 186 Marrs, Larry: 67, 227 Martens, Jenni: 125, 225, 227 Martens, Judi: 118, 120, 122, 150,152, 186,315 Martin, John: 2,4,9, 14,90, 94,146,177,186,306 Martin, Robyn: 147, 227, 230 Mason, Allen: 141,205 Mason, Holly: 217 Massey, Johnny: 108, 112, 113 Masterson, Barry: 90, 91 , 94, 95,124,217 Mathis, Leigh Ann: 125, 145, 227 Matthews, Lisa: 217 Mattson, Tracy: 108, 113, 118, 125,227 Mayhall, Rochelle: 141, 186 Mayville, Bill: 120,205 MedvecMark: 118, 136,227 Meehan, Jackie: 145, 21 7 Meeks, Phillip: 56, 130,205 Mejia, Elisa: 72, 73, 129, 148, 186,310 Meredith, Jeff: 205 Merrick, Roger: 11, 142, 143, 217 Miller, Barry: 5, 108, 109, 112, 113, 117, 134, 186 Miller, Dena: 98, 133, 186 Miller, Jeff: 127, 205, 207 Miller, Margaret: 114, 115, 205 Millican, Pat: 186 Milling, Anne Marie: 88, 186 Mills, Deborah: 147,227 Mills, Paige: 72, 205 Mills, Robby: 127,217 Miree, Estes: 72, 120, 124, 217,82 Mitchell, Fred: 148, 193 Mitchell, Jane: 145,227 Mitchell, Mandy: 148,227 Mitchell, Mike: 56, 124, 148, 205 Mollica, Linda: 138, 186 Moncrief, Rene: 138,205 Moncrief, Scott: 147,227 Monroe, Bridgette: 121, 134, 136,205 Montgomery, David: 130, 217 Monti, Mike: 83, 124,227 Moon, Brian: 82, 120, 124, 214,217 Moon, Holly: 186 Moon, Nena Beth: 30, 43, 84, 85,122,126,128,150, 151, 186,320 Moon, Randy: 12,99, 138, 186 Moore, Chris: 108,113,217 Moore, Keith: 99, 134, 187, 197 Moore, Paul: 108, 112, 113, 217 Morgan, Carol: 28, 134, 187, 232, 233, 268 Morgan, Denise: 90, 1 40, 21 7, 219 Morgan, Efrem: 187 Morgan, Rob: 56, 66, 124, 214,217 Morris, Becky: 116, 118,205 Morris, Dexter: 1 08, 1 1 3, 205 Morris, Doug: 138,205 Morris, Selina: 227 Morrison, Greg: 83, 227 Morrison, Michelle: 118, 125, 227 Morrow, Doug: 217 Motley, Donald: 108,113,227 Muller, Michelle: 141, 187 Murchison, Danna: 47, 84, 103,106,140,217 Murchison, Greg: 56, 66, 124, 217 Murphy, John: 36, 47, 56, 57, 58, 59, 62, 64, 65 Murphy, Susan: 123 Murphy, Todd: 116, 142,217 N Nale, Pam: 138, 187 Neely, Mark: 6, 130, 227 Nelson, John: 108, 112, 113, 139,217 Nelson, Page: 9, 16,46,49, 50,51, 120,187,308 Newcomer, Susan: 1 28, 1 29, 150, 151, 187 Nguyen, Hung: 127 Nichols: Martha: 114, 115, 227 Niukkanen, Eeva: 46, 48, 134, 187,316 Noland.Alex: 114,115,143, 205 Noll, Mike: 187 Noll, Tony: 56, 66, 217,313 Norlander, Kay: 118,136,227 Norris, Ranee: 147,227 Norris, Rebecca: 138, 176, 187 Norton, Rick: 124,217 Norwood, Joey: 108, 112, 113,117,205 Nunis, Woody: 56, 57, 146, 187 I I I O ' Brien, Joby: 100, 128, 130, 131,205 Ogilvie, Ry: 29, 39, 56, 57, 58, 61,62,63,65,116, 146, 187,319 Oliver, Nancy: 140,217 Oliver, Vicki: 84, 205 Olson, Barbie: 125,145,227 O ' Neal, Debbie: 11 8, 217 O ' Neil.Ed: 130,227 Organ, Larry: 121, 130, 131, 136,198,205 Orr, Virginia: 118,217 Orton.Wylee: 187 Pace, Shannon: 125,227 Packard, Charlotte: 136, 140, 149,217,271 Padalino, Johnny: 124, 205 Padalino, Sarah: 122, 187 Palco, Matt: 56,66, 135, 217, 236 Palmes, Deborah: 18, 118, 143,217 Papajohn, Elaine: 34, 39, 46, 48,51,53,84,85, 138, 187, 315 Pardue, Elan: 115, 118, 217 Pardue, Rhonda: 114, 115, 118,227 Parker, Russell: 124,227 Parker, Scott: 56, 66, 67, 124, 217 Parr, Doug: 217 Pasisis, Harry: 67, 120, 124, 227 Pass, Katherine: 108, 113, 118, 150,153,205 Pate, Rachel: 145,227 Patrick, Betsy: 74, 98, 145, 206 Patterson, Greg: 108, 113, 187,254 Patton,Matt:217 Paulin, Larry: 56, 59, 63, 146, 206 Payne, Angie: 217 Peacock, Jill: 127, 147,227 Peake, Ben: 217 Pearce, Virginia: 125, 140, 217 Peden, David: 147,227 Peden.Renee: 141,217 Peek, Rich: 88, 227 Peek, Wally: 13 Pender, Jeff: 147,227 Pennington, Lynette: 140, 217 Pennington, Tammy: 108, 113,217 Peteet, Susan: 44, 117, 187 Peterson, Tom: 1 08, 1 1 2, 1 1 3, 218 Petro, Mark: 82, 218 Petro, Tim: 76, 78, 81, 124, 138,206 Petway, Laura: 125, 147, 227 Petway, Mike: 56, 1 38, 206 Pflasterer, John: 121,218 Pharo, Margie: 120, 129,206, 210 Pharo, Pam: 138, 187,310 Phillips, Doug: 147,227 Phillips, Leigh Ann: 123, 206 Phillips, Melinda: 137,227 Phillips, Terri: 206 Pickard, Ann: 47, 84, 138, 187 Pierce, Brent: 75,99,218 Pierce, Cheryl: 118,227 Pihakis, Agatha: 96, 97, 122, 150,152,206 Pilliteri, Bernice: 98, 120, 134, 206 Pilliteri, Joe: 124,218 Pitisci, Libby: 187,315 Pitisci, Susan: 145,218 Pizzitola, Anna: 120, 134, 206 Poer, Lisa: 116, 140,218 Pope, Dana: 116, 140, 218 Porter, DeNay: 218 Porter, Nancy: 45, 106, 129, 188,306 Posey, Jay: 88, 89, 218 Pouncey, Pat: 108, 112, 113, 117, 139, 188 Powell, Anne: 74, 117,218 Powell, Bill: 124,218 Powell, Edith: 129, 188 Powell, George: 141,227 Powell, Jeff: 56, 116,138, 206, 307 , 303 Powell, Sharon: 108, 113, 145,227 Powell, William: 56, 66, 218 Prater, Janice: 108, 113, 145, 218 Prewitt, Johnny: 130,227 Prewitt, Kathy: 138,200,206, 211 Prichard, Danny: 6, 67, 124, 228,308,314 Prichard, Julie: 90, 94, 128, 145,188 Pridgen, Laurie: 1 1 6, 1 34, 206 Pritchard, Cathy: 125, 132, 222, 228, 231 Pritchard, Tommy: 129, 206 Proctor, Michelle: 120, 147, 228 Pugh.Bo: 144,228 Pugh, Mickey: 206 Raby, Jeff: 218 Ragan, Jayne: 206, 134 Raine, Ramona: 218 Rainer, Dean: 108, 141,206 Ramsbacher, Ron: 218 Ramsey, Cindi: 1 08, 1 1 3, 1 45, 218 Ramsey, Greg: 188 Ramsey, Michael: 206, 21 Randall, Monique: 228 Rankin, Brian: 139,228 Rapaich, Lisa: 125,228 Rapier, Mark: 7,56,66, 218 Ray, Debbie: 113, 137,188, 248 Ray, Patti: 108, 113, 118, 206, 308 Reasonover, A. B.: 130, 228, 307 Reddy, Gopi: 120, 188 Redman, Cindy: 1 08, 1 1 3, 206 Redman, Renee: 1 08, 1 1 3, 218 Reed, Dudley: 99, 124,218 Reed, Karen: 145,218 Reeder, Scott: 88, 89, 134, 188 Reeves, Alan: 108, 113, 139, 206 Reeves, Max: 135,218,248 Reeves, Renee: 114,228 Reichert, Donna: 96, 97, 129, 188 Reichert, Michelle: 15,206 Reinhardt, Suzy: 143,28 Reinier, Julie: 122,206 Reinier, Susie: 120, 125, 147, 228 Renneker, Margaret Ann: 46, 49,51,96,97,106, 129, 206 Repass, Tommy: 1 08, 1 1 2, 113,139,207 Reynolds, Kristy: 147,228 Reynolds, Robert: 15, 127, 218 Rhodes, Gina: 140,218 Richards, Janet: 188 Richardson, Johnny: 188 Richardson, Leigh: 140, 218 Richardson, Rich: 141,228 Richardson, Tracy: 15, 34, 36, 46,48,51,68,69, 138, 188 Rickles, Michele: 16, 126, 188 Rikard, David: 9, 15, 16,28, 40,116,129,188,313 Ritchey, Albert: 121, 141,207 Ritchey, Greg: 130,218 Ritchey, Jody: 207 Ritchey, Sara: 115,127,228 Robbins, Joe: 56, 66, 76, 82, 138,214,218,267 Robertson, Amy: 132, 207 Robertson, Carol: 28, 38, 72, 73,129,188,228,316 Robinson, Carol: 125, 147, 228 Robinson, Greg: 108, 113, 118, 188 Robinson, Jay: 218 Robinson, Melony: 125, 147, 228 Robinson, Sondra: 106, 108, 113, 118,228 Rockwell, Barbie: 47, 84, 1 20, 132,217,210 Rodgers, Marshall: 130, 207 Rogers: Carol: 1 1 8, 1 88 Rogers, Jeannine: 114,115, 118,218 Rookis, Ricky: 67, 83, 124, 228 Roote, Jimmy: 1 08, 1 1 2, 1 1 3, 117,137,188 Roote, Patti: 108, 111,113, 137,207 Rosata, Mary Lynn: 188 Rowen, Susan: 1 1 4, 1 1 5, 1 37, 228 Rozendale, Beth: 127,228 Rozendale, Louise: 1 08, 1 1 3, 207 Rubio, Margaret: 29, 34, 37, 70,129,130,218 Rueschenberg, Jane: 1 1 7, 140,218 Rushton, Eleanor: 132, 228, 281 Russell, Anne: 1 06, 1 32, 21 8 Russell, Connie: 125, 147, 228 Russell, Greg: 11,76,81,188 Russell, Kim: 120, 132, 207 Russell, Mike: 207, 210 Russell, Mindy:218 Rutledge, John: 124 Ryan, Ginger: 108, 111, 113, 117,218 Ryan, Wendy: 31 , 106, 107, 118,119,128,189 Saeger, Paul: 17,134, 176, 189 Saeger, Tim: 135,218 Saia, Joe: 67, 124,228 Sain, Anne: 96, 97, 134, 150, 151,201,207 Sakmar, John: 108, 113, 145, 189,228 Sakmar, Laura: 1 08, 1 1 3, 1 45, 228 Salchert, Danny: 56, 66, 67, 138,219,313 Salchert, Dianne: 71 , 1 47, 228 Salchert, Jetfrey: 138,207, 210 Salchert, Jimmy: 138,315 Salem, George: 67, 228 Salem, Michelle: 138, 189 Salmon, Mark: 144,219 Salter, David: 100, 130, 189 Salter, Lori: 98, 106, 140,212, 219 Sankey, Mart: 41 , 67, 138, 219,267 Sankey, Sharon: 5, 129, 189, 194 Sapp, Morgan: 117,219 Saunders, Gordon: 147, 228 Saylors, Lee Ann: 72, 73, 86, 102, 122, 128,207 Schiffman, Billy: 67, 147 Schittman, Pat: 56, 207 Schiffman, Sam: 207 Schmidt, Cathy: 228 Schmidt, Tim: 139,228 Schmidt, Trixy: 135,207 Scholl, Rick: 189 Scholl, Sheri: 72, 86, 87,135, 219 Schuch, Debbie: 118, 136, 228 Scott, Brad: 130,207 Scott, Bruce: 108, 113, 147, 228 Scott, Charlie: 75, 99, 189 Scott, Jody: 74, 98, 117,219 Scott, Suzanne: 123,207 Seale, Tommy: 144 Seibert, Mark: 228 Shackelford, Kathy: 101, 117, 219 Shafer, Cathy: 207 Shafer, Roger: 142,219 Shaia, Doug: 228 Shambliss, Bill: 141,228 Shanks, Barbara: 125, 147, 228 Shanks, Ellen: 138,207 Sheehy, Jim: 207 Shelton, John: 82, 207 Shepard,Gayle:101,141,207 Sherrell, Patti: 145, 189 Sherrill, Gina: 72, 73, 86, 140, 219,310 Shuler, Ange: 90, 114, 115, 140,219 Shuler, Holly: 189 Simmonetti, John: 56, 57, 60, 63,90, 146,207,237 Simmonetti, Linda: 125, 228 Sims, David: 219 Sims, David: 67, 228 Singleton, Bob: 47, 56, 57, 76, 80,192 Siniard, Jill: 147,228 Sisk, Michael: 108, 113,219 Skibbs, Michelle: 228 Sluder, Kellye: 106,118,143, 208, 21 1 Smeraglia, Vince: 138, 208 Smilie, Carolyn: 106, 108, , 141,228 James: 117, 141, 149, Alexis: 149,219 Carol: 108, 111, 113, 119,150,153,208 Drew: 124, 136, 141, 113 Smilie 208 Smith Smith 118 Smith 228 Smith, Kathy: 47, 84, 125, 140,219,319 Smith, Kevin: 189 Smith, Le: 76, 102, 116, 129, 175,208,297 Smith, Mike: 83, 124,228 Smith, Paul: 144,208,271 Smith, Ricky: 56, 66, 82, 124, 219 Smith, Sandra: 108, 111, 113 126, 134,135,150,151, 189, 192,243,320 Smith, Shean: 120,228 Snyder, Diane: 118,228,312 Snyder, Gina: 140,219 Snyder, Tina: 127, 139, 189 Snyder, Tommy: 141, 143, 228 Sokoll, Geoffrey: 38 Sokoll, Letitia: 145, 208 Spain, Alan: 138,189 Speigner, Jeffery: 208 Spencer, Brad: 67, 124, 229 Spina, Provy: 16,18,32,33, 34,36,106,107,128,134 189 Spina, Roslyn: 106, 135,229 Spink, Mike: 82, 138,219,22 Sprouse, Lori: 123,208 Stagg, Kim: 229 Staiger, Stephen: 1 1 7, 208 Stallings, Andy: 56, 57, 115, 124,229 Stallings, Nancy: 114, 115, 117, 118,208 Standi, Julie: 144,148,229 Stapleton, Lynn: 108, 111, 126, 189 Stathakes, Dianne: 147, 229 Stathakes, Stephen: 132, 208 Steele, Bobbie: 11 4, 115, 137, 219 Steele, Doss: 219 Steele, Leslie: 74, 90, 94, 98, 120,128,145,189 Steele, Pam: 74, 98, 145, 189 Stephens, Scott: 56, 59, 63, 138,208 Stevens, Cathy: 147,229 Stevens, David: 130, 139, 219 Stevens, James: 39, 1 1 4, 1 1 5, 118, 192 Stevens, Joey: 114, 115, 118, 229 Stevens, Ralph: 189 Stevens, Susie: 115,118, 208 Stevenson , Ted: 1 2 1 , 1 24 , 2 1 9 Stewart, Kim: 115,219 Stewart, Mike: 114, 115, 130, 219 Stewart, Richard: 123, 208 Strasburger, Tom: 138, 208 304 Strong, Julie: 229 Strong, Matt: 8, 130,219 Strozier, Nancy: 28, 138, 208, 311 Strozier, Suzanne: 147, 229 Sturdivant, Leslie: 6, 98, 189 Sturdivant, Linda: 208 Sturgeon, Randy: 43, 116, 121,126,130,190 Sturgeon, Richard: 116,121, 126, 130, 144,219 Swader, Dena: 190 Swader, Sudie: 125,132, 141, 229 Swagler, Susan: 1 25, 1 45, 229 Swagler, Rick: 117,130, 148, 208 Swift, Carol: 123,219 Switt, Joey: 141,190 Sykes, Carol: 108, 113,229 Syphers, David: 56, 57, 1 38, 190 Talley, Jeff: 106, 147, 229 Tambrello, Ann: 219 Tanner, Carmel: 129,208 Tanquary, Cindy: 44, 108, 111,113,126,134,150, 153,190,243,252 Tanquary, Judy: 1 08, 1 1 1 , 113,135,219,268 Tarter, Chuck: 67, 124,229 Taylor, Jo Ann: 117,127,208, 277 Terebecki, Steve: 130, 219 Terkeurst, Ann: 118,229 Thienpont, Chris: 144 Thigpen, Lois: 219 Thomas, Eddie: 56, 57, 106, 134,135,208,308 Thomas, Kristi: 130,147,229 Thomas, Mark: 219 Thomas, Randy: 56, 66, 1 24, 219 Thompson, Bill: 9, 30, 41 , 56, 57,60,63,65,114,115, 124,190 Thompson, Robert: 219 Thompson, Becky: 86, 1 40, 219 Till, Ellis: 130, 219 Tillman, Mike: 100,116, 130, 208,317 Tillman, Tom: 47, 134,190 Todd, Mark: 229 Todd, Mike: 116, 130, 208 Tombrello, Michelle: 147, 229 Tombrello, Karen: 120, 132, 208 Tomlinson, Belinda: 74, 1 25, 137,229 Tornblom, Nancy: 108, 113, 121,208 Tornblom, Scott; 1 42, 229 Tornbloom, Lotta: 117, 190 Towery, Ty: 1 35, 215, 220 Travis, Billy: 130, 190 Travis, Mike: 67, 124, 229 Trawick, Susan: 84, 190 Triantos, Kathy: 34, 68, 69, 120,129,146,208 Troy, Amy: 1 29, 209 Trucks, Karl: 130,229 Tucker, David: 133, 190 Tucker, Debbie: 84, 85, 133, 190 Turner, Billy: 220 Turner, Stephanie: 111,113, 145,220 Turner, Vickie: 145,220 U Upton, David: 190 Upton, Steve: 100, 108, 112, 113,220 Urry, Doug: 108, 112, 113, 141 Uzzell,Melinda:108, 112, 113,126,136,143,190 Valin, Debbie: 9, 16, 84, 85, 103,190,311,313 Valin, Valerie: 147,229,230 Valin, Vanessa: 84, 84, 103, 117,220,313 Vance, Johnny: 100, 130, 209 Vanderver, Dale: 140,220 VanReenen, Melanie: 18, 106, 120,130,143,220 Vaughn, Meg: 102,134,209 Vaughn, Valerie: 28, 102, 229 Vaughn, Vickie: 102, 135, 229 Vigee, David: 138,220 Visintainer, Pat: 37, 67, 106, 124,229 Volk, Mary: 11 7, 128, 190 W Waggoner, Lyn: 140, 220 Waggoner, Scott: 2, 56, 56, 58,60,62,65,146,190 Wailes, Wayne: 67, 1 24, 229 Wailes, Wendy: 143,209 Walker, Dave: 229 Walker, Dawn: 96, 106, 220, 233 Walker, Janet: 100, 129, 209 Walker, Kim: 116,220,84, 124 Walker, Steve: 67, 101,229 Waller, Jean: 108,111,113, 118,220 Waller, Kathe: 125,74,229 Walters, Lisa: 1 1 7, 220 Walthall, Kathy: 141, 229 Walzak, Ray: 1 23 Wamack, Mary: 115, 118, 200, 209 Wangerin, Steven: 124, 229 Ward, Susan: 147,229 Warnken, Carol: 108,113, 118,220 Warren, Jack: 116,147,227, 229 Warren, Jeff: 116,75,99,134, 209 Warren, Linda: 145, 190 Warren, Wade: 138, 220, 314 Washburn, Sharon: 1 22, 209 Watkins, Allison: 1 08, 1 1 1 , 132,143,209 Watson, Beth: 30, 38, 96, 97, 103,106,100,116,126, 129,190 Watson, Michelle: 141 Watson, Norris: 138,209 Watson, Russell: 136, 147, 229,311 Watts, Alan: 220 Watts, Shelby: 56, 66, 1 24 Weamer, Lisa 209 Weant, Laura: 114, 115, 126, 143,190 Weaver, Ann: 141, 220 Weaver, Linda: 1 38, 191,46, 48,50 Webb, Anna: 114, 145, 209 Webb, Benjamin: 141 Webb, Debbie: 37, 130, 147, 230 Webb, Kelly: 220 Webb, Kimi: 116, 140, 98, 220,310,310 Webb, Robert: 220 Webb, Wendi: 84, 85, 191 Webber, Blake: 209, 262 Weger, Sheri: 114,115,230 Weidman, Wendy: 116, 145, 230 Welch,Wayne:141,191 Wells, Mike: 56, 66, 220, 250 Wells, Rene: 145,74,209 Wesson, Greg: 15,143,209 West, Melanie: 120, 129,209 Westhoven, Amy: 72, 73, 88, 89, 135, 136,230,314 Westhoven, Doug: 134, 143, 209 Westhoven, Tim: 191 Wheeler, Mark: 220 White, Francine: 230 White, Greg: 147, 230 White, Linda: 118,136,230 White, Phillip: 147,191 Whitten, Besty: 118, 125,209 Wiggins, Steve: 11 7, 220 Wilkerson, Forrest: 148 Wilkoff , Jay: 1 08, 112, 113, 191 Willets, Stephen: 108, 113, 118,143,191 Williams, David: 100, 126, 130,191,317 Williams, Jane: 98, 116,207, 138,209 Williams, Jennifer: 118, 136, 207, 209 Williams, Michael: 132,230 Williams, Sheila: 106,113,118 Williams, Stephanie: 125, 132, 74, 98, 209 Williams, Stephen: 144,230 Williams, Tim: 117,220 Williamson, Blant: 220 Williamson, David: 230 Williamson, Judy: 115, 118, 191 Willis, Marc: 220 Willis, Patti: 17,90, 106, 135, 220,316 Wilson, Beth: 230 Wilson, Bobby: 147,220 Wilson, Carron: 108,113, 118,125,230 Wilson, Corley: 145, 148, 191, 254 Wilson, David: 108, 112, 113, 191 Wilson, John: 56, 66, 82, 120, 124,215,220 Wilson, Mike: 124,230 Wilson, Susan: 114,129,209 Windham, Mark: 141 Winslow, Kristy: 125, 147,230 Withers, Becky: 88, 89, 144, 191 Withers, Samuel: 1 20, 220 Woger, Sheri: 230 Wolmski, Karen: 115, 118, 220,90,101 Wolnski,A.J.:93,90, 209 Wood, Del: 9, 76, 79, 78, 80, 81,102,146,191 Wood, Phillip: 138,220 Wood, Roger: 209 Wood, Sandy: 230 Wood, Steve: 220, 115 Wood, Steven: 230 Wood, Trey: 37, 56, 66, 212, 124,220,307 Woods, Denise: 125, 132, 136,222,230 Woods, Edgar: 220 Woods, Keith: 67, 124,230, 231 Woods, Kerri: 129, 130,68, 69, 209 Woods, Kim: 191 Woods, Sandy: 1 50, 230 Woods, Vicki: 133, 191 Woodson, John: 142,230 Woodson, Melissa: 96, 97, 100,103,106,129,177, 191 Wordon, Edson:108, 112, 113,230 Wordon, Faith: 114, 115, 137, 209 Wright, Lorrain: 230 Wright, Rene: 108, 113,230 Wyatt, David: 230 Wyatt, Ginger: 209 Wyatt, Susan: 147,230 Wyatt, Walter: 130,209 Yates, Michelle: 141, 191 Yeatman, Harry: 1 1 , 5, 14, 47, 56,62,191,193,318 Youngers, Laura: 147, 230 Zeigler, Doug: 141, 191 Zellers, Daphne: 114, 115, 137,230,231 Zellers, Dawn: 9, 114, 115, 134,191 Zimmerman, Steve: 207, 209, 214 305 What is the hardest thing of all? Waiting! Waiting for springtime, for your senior ring, for your last exam Waiting for time to spend with your friends " Wait a minute! " " Wait and see! " Oh how hard these words can be. Waiting for seeds to grow, for the bell to ring, for the last day . . .of school. Waiting till it ' s time to shout " April Fool. " " Wait till you ' re bigger. " " Wait till it ' s time. " " Wait till the rain stops and the sun shi nes. " Waiting for a show to begin, for the annuals to come in for a time to peek. Waiting while hiding in hide and seek. " Wait tilMt ' s time to go somewhere. " Then " Wait till we can go home again. " What is the hardest thing of all? Waiting! hM M 1 5ur41liTill I l-i. Waiting for a cap and gown, for an earned diploma, for a new challenge. • " Waiting to see if your dreams come true. N Do not follow where the path may lead. Go, instead, where 320


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