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HARPETH HALL SCHOOL



NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE




The time has slipped away.
We're leaving once again.





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When we return tomorrow,
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With a deeper sense of caring.





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This road ends . . . another will begin .



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Concern for each student. . .
sponsors. . .extra help sessions
. .encouraging, understanding
. young at heart, real char-
acters. . .thought-provoking. . .






DEDICATION

"Attention . . . dress right!" This may
seem like a mihtary command, but it is
really Miss Patty keeping us in order.
Throughout her years at Harpeth Hall,
Miss Patty Chadwell has devoted much
time and effort to a job that we seldom
realize is a very difficult one. We rarely
recognize the fact that it is necessary to be
physically as well as mentally active.
Because of her concern, Miss Patty sees
that the standards of our athletic program
are comparable to those of our academic
program. As director of all athletics on the
Harpeth Hall campus and sponsor of the
Athletic Association, Miss Patty comes in
contact with every student at Harpeth Hall
at one time or another. Because everyone
knows of Miss Patty's never-ending interest
in the well-being of each girl, we proudly
dedicate the 1971 Milestones to MISS
PATTY.





MISS McMURRY

HEADMISTRESS

Miss McMurry is many things. She is a charming lady,
a gracious hostess, a smart dresser, and the Headmistress
of Harpeth Hall School. This may sound like a remark-
able combinatipn, but it has proved very effective and
has earned Miss McMurry the respect and admiration of
the entire student body. "Sam's" personal interest in
each student begins before the student enters Harpeth
Hall and continues beyond graduation. She has recog-
nized the desires of the students with the formation of
new courses such as Sociology and new organizations
such as the Service Clubs. Her understanding of students
and faculty has led to the formation of the Student-
Faculty Committee. The longer one knows Miss Mc-
Murry, the more one realizes that our Headmistress
has a many-faceted personality.



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MISS FESSEY

DIRECTOR OF THE MIDDLE
SCHOOL



Since the founding of the Middle School in 1968, we
have all seen a familiar figure walking up and down
the halls, checking on classes, and cheerfully leaning
over the Dutch doors. This person is the Middle School's
outstanding Director, Miss Polly Fessey. She has been a
wonderful example of kindness, understanding, and
leadership to everyone at Harpeth Hall. We hope she
will continue with us at our Middle School for many
years to come.




MISS MOUNTFORT

COUNSELOR

One person that everyone gets to know is Miss Pene-
lope Mountfort or "Miss Penny." As one of the most ver-
satile figures of the school. Miss Penny is a biology
teacher, sponsor of the Milestones, and college coun-
selor. In her spare time, she also tutors! One can almost
always see her flitting through the halls with a camera
in hand or filling out transcripts in her office. Miss Penny
plays a vital part in every student's life, and we are all
indebted to her.





ENGLISH



Rebecca R. Butler

English. Southeastern Louisiana College,
B.A.; Louisiana State University, M.A.

Linda Lee Coker

English. Vanderbilt University, B.A.

Nancy Jane Manning

English. Vanderbilt University, B.A.

Martha Odle Overholser

English. Vanderbilt University, B.A.; George
Peabody College for Teachers, M.A.; Univer-
sity of Geneva, Switzerland.

Linda Kay Poag

English. George Peabody College for
Teachers, B.A.

Ann Edmondson Sanders

English. Emory and Henry College, B.A.

Sarah Ann Frost Stamps

English. Vanderbilt University, B.A.; Colum-
bia University, M.A.; George Peabody Col-
lege for Teachers.

Wendal] Lawrence Wentworth

English. Vanderbilt University, B.A. Fine Arts.



Sitting: Mrs. Butler, Mrs. Overholser, Mrs. Coker, Mrs. Stamps. Standing: Mrs. Sanders, Mrs.
Wentworth. Not Pictured: Miss Manning, Miss Poag.



HISTORY



Tripp Tate Diedrichs








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History. Salem College,


B.A.;


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Dorothea Griifin

History, Mathematics. University of Iowa,
B.A.; University of Minnesota; National Sci-
ence Foundation Institute of Astronomy, Eau
Claire State College; National Science
Foundation Institute of Mathematics, George
Peabody College for Teachers.

lanet T. Hensley

Political Science. Randolph-Macon, B.A.; Uni-
versity of North Carolina, M.A.T.

Coby Thompson

History. George Peabody College for
Teachers, B.S., M.A.

Violet lane Walking

History. Agnes Scott College, B.A.; Vander-
bilt University, M.A.




Sitting: Mrs. Griffin, Miss Thompson. Standing: Mrs. Diedrichs, Miss Hensley, Miss Watkins.



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MATHEMATICS



Betlye Curry Abemathy

Mathematics. George Peabody College ior
Teachers, B.A.

leannette S. Andrews

Mathematics. North Carolina State Univer-
sity, B.S.? Tufts University; George Peabody
College for Teachers.

Laetilia Wenning Hardin

Mathematics. Vanderbilt University, B.A.

Elizabeth Nanette Henig

M-'^thematics. Vanderbilt University, B.E.

Colene Meier

Mathematics. Washington University, A.B.

Joyce Lehman Minton

Mathematics. Vanderbilt University, B.A.

Carol Chambers Oxiey

Mathematics. Union University, B.S.; Vander
bilt University, M.S.




Sitting: Mrs. Abemathy. Standing: Mrs. Minton, Mrs. Meier, Mrs. Hardin, Mrs. Andrews, Mrs.
Henig. Not Pictured: Mrs. Oxley.




SCIENCE



Carolyn Margaret Fellcel

Science. Coker College, A.B.; Vanderbilt Uni-
versity, M.A.; Gulf Research Lab; National
Science Foundation Institute, University of
New Mexico.

Cathy Fuqua

Science. Vanderbilt University, B.A.; Yale
University.

Penelope Mountfort

Science, Counselor. University of Buffalo,
B.S.; George Peabody College for Teachers,
M.A.; National Science Foundation Institute,
Yale University; Vanderbilt University.

Phyllis Thorp Pennington

Science. Skidmore College, A.B.; Vassar
College, M.A.: Scarritl College, C.E.C.; Van-
derbilt University.

lesse Weaver Van Vollcenburgh

Science. Sain! Mary Collc?qe, B.A.: Vander-
bilt University; University of Tennessee;
National Science Foundation Institute, George
Peabody College lor Teachers.



Miss Mountfort, Miss Van Volkenburgh, Miss Felkel, Mrs. Fuqua, Mrs. Pennington.



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MODERN
LANGUAGES



laqueline Haloua-Dismukes

French. University of Paris, B.A.; The Sor-
bonne, Paris; University of Mississippi, M.A.;
Vanderbiit University.

lane Van de Roovaarl Haynes

French. Vanderbiit University, B.A.; Vander-
biit in France.

Ella Puryear Mims

"^rench. Vanderbiit University, B.A.; Colum-
bia University, M.A.; George Peabody Col-
lege for Teachers; University of Rome, Italy;
The Sorbonne, Paris.

Lenore M. Nelson

French. Hood College, B.A.; Emory Univer-
sity;- L'Universite de Strasbourg; The Sor-
bonne, Paris; E.P.D.A. Language Teachers
Institute in France; University of Massachu-
setts.

German A. Pavia

Spanish. George Peabody College for
Teachers, B.A., M.A.; Vanderbiit University.



Sitting: Mrs. Nelson. Standing: Mr. Pavia, Mrs. Haynes, Mrs. Haloua-Dismukes, Miss Mims.



Silting: Mrs. Ottarson. Standing: Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Hall.



LATIN



Linda Jones Hall

Latin. Vanderbiit University; College of Wil-
liam and Mary, A.B.

Margaret Henry Ottarson

Latin. Randolph-Macon Woman's College,
B.A.; University of Rome, Italy, M.A.; The
American, British, Italian, and French Acad-
emies, Athens, Greece; The Sorbonne, Paris;
Vanderbiit University.

]oyce Temple Ward

Latin. Randolph-Mscon Woman's College;
George Peabody College for Teachers, B.A.




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SPEECH, ART,
GLEE CLUB



Kay Fossick

Art History. Randolph-Macon Woman's Col-
lege, B.A.

Betty Partee-

Art. Murray State Teachers College, A.B.:
George Peabody College for Teachers, M.A.

Ruth Hoffman Rodgers

Accompanist. University of Michigan, B.A.



Elizabeth Williams

Speech. Stephens College,
western University, B.S.



A. A.; North-



Gail Wolery

Glee Club, Music. Stephens College, A. A.;
George Peabody College for Teachers, B.S.




Sitting: Mrs. Wolery. Standing: Mrs. Fossick, Mrs. Partee, Mrs. Williams. Not Pictured: Mrs.
Rodgers,



Miss Chadwell, Mrs. Moran, Miss Webster, Mrs. Macey.




PHYSICAL
EDUCATION



Patty Lillon Chadwell

Physical Education. Ward-Belmont Junior Col-
lege; George Peabody College for Teachers,

B.A., M.A.

Mary lane Macey

Accompanist. Vanderbill University, B,S.

Patsy N. Moran

Physical Education, Hygiene. Ward-Belmont
Iiinior College; George Peabody College for
Teachers, B.S., M.A.

Susan Litton Webster

Physical Education, First Aid. Tennessee
Tech University, B.S,; Western Illinois Uni-
versity. M,S.



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Mrs. Manier, Mrs. Van Cleemput, Miss Parker. Miss Reed, Mrs. Terry, Mrs. Harmon,
Mrs. McLean, Mrs. Gregory.




STAFF



Martha Gregory

Librarian. University of Alabama ,B.S., B.A.; George Peabody College for

Teachers, M.A.; University of Chicago.

Margaret L. Harmon

Secretary. University o! Florida.

Mary Lee Mathews Manier

Librarian. Vanderbilt University, B.A.; George Peabody College for

Teachers, M.L.S.

Lucille D. McLean

Business Manager, Typing.

Kay L. Parker

Secretary. University of Tennessee.

Nancy Reed

Study Hall Supervisor. Belmont College, A.A.; George Peabody College

for Teachers, B.S.

Gemiaine Van Cleemput

Study Hall Supervisor. International Institute; University of Tennessee.




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Silting: Miss Hardin, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Tinch. Standing: Mr, Witherspoon, Miss
Wilson, Mr. Joslin.



MAINTENANCE



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Unity. . Junior and Senior
Plays. . .baby blue, green, red,
and navy blue. . .Class com-
petition gets hot! . . . Senior
House, Junior Room . . . When
you finally become as one, you
must leave. . .



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SENIOR CLASS





Connio Couch, Elizabeth Miller, Athalie White, Mrs. Wolery, Sallie
King, Eve McMurray, Fran LonghursI, Martha Bolster.

OFFICERS

President SALLIE KING

Vice-President EVE McMURRAY

Secretary ATHALIE WHITE

Treasurer FRAN LONGHURST

Athletic Manager ELIZABETH MILLER

Chaplain CONNIE COUCH

Sergeant-at-Arms MARTHA BOLSTER

Sponsor MRS. WOLERY



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1971 SENIORS



Alma Grainger Alexander




Jo Anne Anderson





Gail Ellen Anderson




Sarah Elizabeth Beasley




Margaret Ellard Allen




Mary Bedelia Beasley




Marilyn Blackman



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Martha Estes Bolster




Barbara Ann Bracewell




lane Elliot Bryan





Elaine Stanford Brov/n




Kimberly Ann Chapman




Mary Claire Brittain




Sarah Helen Buford




Gloria Cornelius Clark



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Anne Gordon Cooper




1971 SENIORS



Patsy Corn




Margaret Chamblin Craig





Constance Claire Couch




Elizabeth Carol Diveley




Margaret Whittemore Cortner




Louise McGavock Dickinson




Mary Lynn Dobson



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Margaret Hicks Doubleday




Lucile Jamison Farrar




Candace Floyd




1971 SENIORS




Charlotte Victor Flanagan




Mary Gibson Fort




Beatrice Hartshome Fillebrown




Kalherine Cleveland Foil in




Susan Stephenson Handly



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Martha Lynn Haury




1971 SENIORS



Mary Melissa Herod




Rebecca Ann Irvin





Kate Warner Hudson




Eleanor Craig Kelley




Holly Louise Hill




Shearon Lee Irvin




Sallie Elizabeth King



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Martha Elizabeth Lewis




Leeann Logan




Teresa Ann McGowan




1971 SENIORS



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Christopher Wallace McClure




Heather Laurie MacLeod




Frances Adele Longhurst




Eve Morton McMurray




Barbara Wyatt Martin



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Louise Armistead Martin




Roberta Ann Mathews




Lisa Jean Morrissey




1971 SENIORS




Deborah Jean Moench




Mary Anne Ogles




Elizabeth Anne Miller




Mary Lindsay Nesbitt




Susan Wade Parrish



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Catherine Wheeldon Pearson




1971 SENIORS



Judith Foulds Perry




Elizabeth Kelmin Quails





Georgia Manning Plaxico




Grace Claire Riddell




Anne Chandler Ramsey




Elizabeth Jemigan Robison



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Attie Vernon Rose




1971 SENIORS



Sue Layton Sadler




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Elizabeth Shapiro





Mary Elizabeth Shoulders




Josephine Elliston Sartor




Ann Sherman




Susanne Palmer Sinclair-Smith



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Nona Jane Smiley




Jessee DeWitt Smith




Mary McTyeire Tigert




1971 SENIORS




Marion Lawrence Stone




Margaret Wood Weesner




Barbara Joyce StaHord




Marjorie Harding Van Sicklen




Mary Ellen Wemyss



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Athalie Webb White




MOST TALENTED


Connie Couch


BEST ALL 'ROUND


Kathy Follin


MOST RESPONSIBLE


Beth Lewis


MOST ORIGINAL


Claire Brittain



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SENIOR




FRIENDLIEST
MOST ATHLETIC
MOST GRACIOUS
WITTIEST



Sue Sadler
Grace Riddell
Missy Nesbitt
Bebe Allen



SUPERLATIVES



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IN MEMORIAM

Janet Lynn Evans

Once I had a friend ivho had time to laus;h
Though life's burdens might he pressing on her

mind.
A gentle laugh that could pervade a room
And seek the happiness you had well hidden.
A friend who could talk wistfully of things to be
And know they could never be for her.
Once I had a friend who had time to laugh
Though life's burdens might he pressing on her

mind.

— Michael Head



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MANELY RAMIREZ-ABELLA

There are many characteristics essential to a good foreign
exchange student: intelligence, courage, determination, and
a good sense of humor. Manely Ramirez-Abella, Harpeth
Hall's new American Field Service student, possesses all of
these qualities. But Manely does not only participate in
projects at Harpeth Hall, she is also involved in many other
Nashville activities. She is in Junior Achievement, she works
as a volunteer at General Hospital, and she speaks to many
schools about her country, Argentina. Manely's visit has
not only broadened her experience but has also widened
the horizons of many Harpeth Hall students.





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JUNIOR CLASS



OFFICERS

President CINDY HUNT

Vice-President NANCY GRIFFITH

Secretary SUSAN SMITH

Treasurer MIMI GRANT

Athletic Manager GRAY OLIVER

Chaplain LOUISE SHARP

Sergeant-at-Arms JANIE HIBBETT

Sponsor MRS. COKER



Silling: Cindy Hunt, Louise Sharp. Standing: Susan Smith, Mimi Grant,
Janie Hibbett, Mrs. Ccker, Nancy Griifith, Gray OUver.





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Beth Atkins
Ellen Brittain
Lisa Cowan


Nancy Barnes

Ginger Byrn

Debbie Daugherty


Nellie Batson

Beth Collins

Debbie Denson


Jane Berry
Lynn Comer
Dottie Diveley


Leslie Doster


Emily Duvier


Lou Elam


Cathy Ellis



THE JUNIOR CLASS



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Debbie Feustel
Candy Garrison
Susan Hancock
Sallie Huggins



Sabele Foster

Mary Lea Gibson

Emily Henry

Cindy Hunt



-Adelaide Fowler
Mimi Grant
Janie Hibbett
Peggy James



Cathy Frierson
Nancy GriHith
Alice Hinton
Rita lohnston



THE JUNIOR CLASS



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Betsy Keeling


Mary Palmer Kelley


Robbie McPhearson


Marsha Massie


Brenda Morel


Libby Napier


Floy Oliver


Gray Oliver


Cindy Parker


Carol Pearson


Suzy Peeples


Cissy Pickering


Mary Pirtle


Diana Reed


Elaine Reynolds


Sarah Ridley



THE JUNIOR CLASS



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Betsy Sanford

Susan Smith

Donna Tanner

Deborah Thornton



Louise Sharp
Laurie Steele
Betsy Tarpley
Tricia Tichenor



Mamie Sheridan
Shannon Stoney
Cindy Thacker
Frannie Tipton



Susan Shoulders

Kim Sumner
Emily Thompson
Kathy Williams



THE JUNIOR CLASS



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OFFICERS

President MARY LEE MADDIN

Vice-President SUSAN DUVIER

Secretary ANN TIPTON

Treasurer BETTYE ABERNATHY

Athletic Manager JANE FOREMAN

Sergeants-at-Arms LEE ANN BURNS

CELESTE THOMPSON

Chaplain JAN CRENSHAW

Sponsor MISS MANNING



Bettyo Abernathy, Celeste Thompson, Jane Foreman, Jan Crenshaw,
Mary Lee Maddin, Susan Duvier, Miss Manning. Not Pictured: Lee Ann
Burns, Ann Tipton,




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Bettye Abemathy


Elizabeth Abemathy


Ralmer Alexander


Patti Allen


Lisa Anderson


Judy Andrews


Anne Bailey


Tricia Bennett


Carolyn Blackman


Jane Bounds


Becky Bragg


Lee-Lee Bright


Margaret Brittingham


Lee Ann Burns


Evelyn Byrd


Missie Casey



SOPHOMORE CLASS



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Cathy Gate


Jan Crenshaw


Cathy Dale


Anne Davis


Lisa Doster


Sally Doubleday


Janie Dowden


Susan Duvier


Vicki Estes


Jill Farringer


Diana Figuers


Melody Fite


fane Foreman


Sue Fort


Lucy Freeman


Mary Jo Freeman



SOPHOMORE CLASS



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Jan Geny

Connie Heard

Leslie Jones

Jane Landstreet



Lynn Goodroe

Debbie Hill

Josephine Kelley

Saundra Lee



■ Carrie Griscom

Libby Hobbs

Connie S. King

Valerie LeWitt



Nell Anne Harwood
Bowen Holcomb
Connie W. King
Mandy McFarlin



SOPHOMORE CLASS



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Mary Lee Maddin


Katy Martin


Emily Mathews


Lucy Matthews


Carol Medwedeff


Carla Mills


Judy Moore


Sylvia Moore


Kristi Morgan


Margaret Napier


Libby Oldfield


Mary Palmer


Marty Parham


Laura Parrish


Patty Pearson


Penny Pilkington



SOPHOMORE CLASS



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Kay Procter


Prudy Ross


_ Emily Schuil


Cathy Sherman


Connie Skinner


Pam Smiley


Cindy Smith


Douglass Smith


Laura Smith


Beth Stevenson


Carol Stoney


Amy Swartzbaugh


Celeste Thompson


Ann Tipton


Ellen Tosh


Susan Tosh



SOPHOMORE CLASS




Mary Herbert Weaver
Terry Whittle



Becky White
Carol Wright



Missy Whitehead



Laura Whltson



SOPHOMORE CLASS



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FRESHMAN CLASS




OFFICERS

President HELEN HARLIN

Vice-President CORA DOBSON

Secretary SALLY TANNER

Treasurer CATHY TOSH

Athletic Manager ELIZABETH EARTHMAN

Sergeants-at-Arms NANCY NEIL

LILLI STEELE

Chaplain BECKY NELSON

Sponsor MRS. HAYNES



Kneeling: Cora Dobson, Sally Tanner. Standing: Becky Nelson, Elizabeth
Earthman, Nancy Nell, Lilli Steele, Cathy Tosh, Helen Harlin.




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Donna Allen


Susan Andrews


, JeNan Austin


Tina Hallow


Leslie Bass


Mary Susan Berry


Susie Berry


Betsy Billips


Kathy Bolster


Kennie Boone


lennye Burrus


Anne Bym


valina Cheadle


Karin Coble


Lori Comer


Barbara Couch



THE FRESHMAN CLASS



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Adell Crowe


Sue Ellen Cunningham


Ellen Daugherty


Beth Davis


Cora Dobson


Elizabeth Earthman


Mary Edwards


Lynn Farrar


Ellen Fillebrown


Lucie Flautt


Laurie Foster


Mary Del Frank


Joan Gallivan


Susan Gibson


Mary Eleanor Grote


Amy Hall



THE FRESHMAN CLASS



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Drusie Hall
Anita Harrell
Tina Hibbett

Keith King



Julie Hancock

Trish Harrison

Cheryl Hickey

Madelyn Kinnard



Mary Alice Harbison

Mary Young Haymore

Sallie Hicks

Sarah Lashlee



Helen Harlin

Gary Helme

Marjorie Jones

Camille Lochte



THE FRESHMAN CLASS



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Susan McCarley
Melinda Medlin

Betty Morel
Debbie O'Donnell



Camey McCreery

Coleman Miller

Nancy Neil

Cindy Owen



Jean Macmillan

Margaret Millis

Becky Nelson

Ginger Paris



Barbara Massie

Vicki Mills
Karen Norling
Patricia Parker



THE FRESHMAN CLASS



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Laurie Payne
Martha Sanders

Karen Shanks
Shellie Sumner



Celeste Reed

Charlyne Savage

Buntin Sneed

Jana Talbot



- Amy Rich
Blair Scoville
Lilli Steele
Sally Tanner



Frances Roy

Marcia Severance

Mardie Street

Evie Thomas



THE FRESHMAN CLASS



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Laurie Thompson


Heather Thome


Holly Thome


Cathy Tosh


Mary Tuck


Anne Tuley


Currey Turner


Cathy Tyne


Vicky VanderNaillen


Cathy van Eys


Susie Ward


Lisa Wright


Joan Zanone









THE FRESHMAN CLASS



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EIGHTH GRADE CLASS




encie Adams, Adelaide Farrar, Carolyn Oldlield. Carolyn Shoulders,
Lindy Neff, Dede Johnston, Mrs. Wenlworth.




OFFICERS

President CAROLYN SHOULDERS

Vice-President LINDY NEFF

Secretary CAROLYN OLDFIELD

Treasurer JENCIE ADAMS

Sergeant-at-Arms ADELAIDE FARRAR

Activity Coordinator DEDE JOHNSTON

Sponsor MRS. WENTWORTH



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Jenice Adams

Barbara Anderson

Katy Anderson

Betty Andrews

Ann Archer

Mary Bailey

Sally Barton

Kathy Benson



Frances Berry

Karen Blackwood

Ella Blair

Deborah Booth



Kerri Brazelton

Delicia Bcyte

Harriet Buchanan

Martha Cole ^^:

Tara Crenshaw
Jane Davenport
Susan Engles
Adelaide Farrar ^^




EIGHTH GRADE



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Mickey Lee Farrar
Griffin Felts
Janetta Fleming
Elizabeth Forehand

Terri Gillespie
Julie Haley
Susan Handlan
Tricia Hardin



Denise Hill
Ellen Hobbs
Juli Hobdy
Katherine Huey

Dede Johnston
Melanie Justice
Kathleen Kirk
Betsy Koonce

Lynn McCullough
Cornelia McDonald
Anne McPherson
Cindy Martin



EIGHTH GRADE



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Linda Medwedeff

Melinda Milam

Kim Miller

Marne Mills



Lindy Nefi

Carolyn Oldfield

Donna Orgera

Emily Perkins

Margaret Phillips

Mary Neal Phythyon

Beth Porch

Carol Purcell



Patty Rees

Nancy Richardson

Jan Roberts

Cornie Ross

Becky Roy

Beth Sargent

Nancy Short

Carolyn Shoulders




EIGHTH GRADE



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Kala Welch
Jessie Wemyss


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SEVENTH GRADE CLASS




Sitting: Miss Thompson, Karen Duvier, Betsy Settle, Mary Stamps.
Standing: Janie Entrekin, Lee Ann Wills.




OFFICERS

President KAREN DUVIER

Vice-President JANIE ENTREKIN

Secretary LEE ANN WILLS

Treasurer BETSY SETTLE

Sergeant-at-Arms MARY STAMPS

Sponsor MISS THOMPSON



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Cile Ambrose
Betty Barge
Ann Bass
Lesiee Bibb



Elizabeth Bond
Susan Bostick
Laurie Bouchard
Ellen Breast

Ellen Caldwell
Elizabeth Coble
Lisa Coles
Ian Creim



Deborah Dark
Betsy Daugherty
Ellen Dillon
Karen Duvier

Ann Edson
Janie Entrekin
Jan Evans
Linda Evers



SEVENTH GRADE



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Cindy Farrar

Ginny Farris

Anne Flexner

Grace Follin

Cathy Ford

Carolyn Forehand

Myra Fort

Jeannie Grissim



Betty Gulbenk
Julie Harrison

Fabra Hart f

Gigi Haselton



Mary Hawkins

Kim Hill

Holly Hofiman

Robin Hudson



Pam Hunt

Carolyn Irwin

Ashley Isenhour

Lacy lamison




SEVENTH GRADE



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Stephanie Justice
Bev Kardokus
Tricia Lawrence
Margaret Longhurst

Gay McCarter
Caroline McNeilly
Mary Margaret Macey
Keith Maddin



Barbee Majors
Emily Massey
Diane Milam
Julie Mitchell

Eva Pappas
Jenny Pearson
Barbara Peeler
Sara Perry



Dot Petterson
Lynn Puryear
Leslie Roberts
Jackie Roth



SEVENTH GRADE



Bridgette Salyer

Qay Schaffner

Anne Schroeder

Betsy Settle

Helen Short
Katy Stamps
Mary Stamps
Venetia Starr



Margaret Stevenson

Laura Stewart

Lori Traughber

Ellen Warner



Lee Anne Wills

Alice Wire

Alexia Wolery

Donna Wyatt




SEVENTH GRADE



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Joy of victory, agony of defeat
. . . challenge — the desire to win
. . . It's how you play the game?
. . .long walk back from the
hockey field. . .About face!. . .
keeps the flab off and builds up
muscles. . .What a bod!



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VARSITY SPORTS











Kneeling: Frances Roy, Elizabeth Abernalhy, Anne Davis. Standing:
Rose Marie Pinder, Shelley Buford, Elizabeth Miller.



TENNIS

Harpeth Hall is represented in the NIL only by the
tennis team which has been exceptionally successful
in the last few years. This year's school champion was
Rose Marie Pinder, while Elizabeth Miller served as
captain for this season. Harpeth Hall has won the NIL
tournament for three of the past four years.



RosG Marie Pinder




Kneeling: Mary Pirtle, Gray Oliver, Elizabeth Abernathy. Standing: Currey
Turner, Cathy Frierson, Cathy Dale, Beth Lewis, Grace Riddell, Sherry
Irvin, Kim Chapman, Jane Foreman, Anne Davis.



BASKETBALL



HOCKEY







M






Carrie Griscom, Jane Berry, Mary Ellen Wemyss, Missy Fort, Vernon
Rose, Grace Riddell, Anne Ramsey, Susan Smith.









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BOWLING



Susan Andrews, Jane Foreman, Sarah Lashlee, Mamie Sheridan.




90




Clockwise from top: Janie Hibbett, Miss Webster, Sherry Irvin, Mary
Lynn Dobson, Kim Chapman, Becky Irvin, Martha Bolster, Manely
Ramirez-Abella, Sue Sadler, Gray Oliver, Grace Riddell, Elizabeth
Miller.


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