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1976 MILESTONES




MANAGING EDITOR
ANNE SCHROEDER

COPY EDITOR
JOYCE JOHNSON

PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR
KIM HILL

RUSINESS MANAGER
MARGARET TROUSDALE

PHOTOGRAPHY DIRECTORS
CINDY FARRAR
JANCREIM

SPONSORS
MSS PENNY
MISS POPE



HARPETH HALL SCHOOL
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE



The staff would like to thank Mrs. Pennington, Mrs. Warterfield,
Susan Thornton, and Howard Harris for the use of their pictures in
this book.



HARPETH HALL SCHOOL

1951-1976




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For the dedication of this, our twenty-fifth yearbook, we think it appropriate to turn back to our first
yearbook, Milestones of 1952, and to write as they did:

"To the Founders of this school, to the Board of Trustees, to the devoted principal, to the capable
faculty, and to the many friends— to all who have made it possible for Harpeth Hall to have existence and
growth, we express our sincere gratitude by dedicating to them this 1976 Milestones. "




MARGARET INGRAM COBLE

1959-1975

Carefree and unbound, the world was hers—

only the sky to keep her spirit

from flowing over.
Every day, a challenge to know,

learn, and to love more of life
Kept her minutes filled with hope-
to catch the reason why,

to make lier sad friend smile.
Oftentimes alone and unsure,

to gras-p required more reaching.
Yet she was always herself,

her very best self . . .
Daring to be different,

and to follow her own star.



-Walton Estes



Harpeth Hall began in the fall of 1951, the same
year that Ward-Belmont closed. Under Mrs. Souby,
the Headmistress, and a faculty chosen from Ward-
Belmont, the new school naturally kept many of the
old traditions and standards. Lady of the Hall, the
four major clubs, the Student Council, and the George
Washington birthday celebration are a few of our
familiar institutions which have roots in Ward-
Belmont.

The building known to us as Souby Hall, together
with twenty-six acres of land, was bought from the
Estes family and housed the faculty and all 161
students until the first classrooms were added later
that year. In 1953 the Bullard Gymnasium was
completed. Other additions since then include the
auditorium, the Annie C. Allison Library, and the
Daugh W. Smith Middle School.

Late in the fall of the year Harpeth Hall opened, it
was accredited by the Southern Association. Its
purpose then, as now, was to provide girls with an
opportunity to prepare for college and for life.
Harpeth Hall is now ending its twenty-fifth year, just
as our country is entering its two hundredth year. In a
short time, many changes have been wrought— new
classes, more activities, and Winterim. There are more
changes due. Yet the original, basic idea of
preparation and of experience has not been changed;
it seems only to have expanded.



Knowledge is just self-pride; and if
you're proud of yourself, then
everything else will look better.






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Is there really such a thing as a
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FACULTY AND CLASSES




MISS McMURRY



Who is someone we all know, see every Monday in assembly, and go to for the
final "yes" or "no" to any question? Who arranges and rearranges our schedules
every year and is always there for every class play, George Washington
celebration, All-Club Picnic, registration, and graduation? Who always tells us
to "keep off the grass," "make this a good year," and "there are only one
hundred and seventy-nine more days of school!"? She's always smiling, always
understanding, and always says exactly the right thing at the right time. This
lady is well known to all of us: she is our own headmistress, Miss Idanelle
McMurry.






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MISS FESSEY



The one face familiar to everyone in the Middle School is that of its director,
Miss Polly Fessey. Throughout the summer, Miss Fessey plans and works to make
the coming school year a success. After school opens, she can always be seen
with a friendly smile, whether in the halls or in her office, advising and
encouraging students. She directs the academic program, sponsors the Middle
School Council, and sees that the activities of two hundred students run
smoothly. With warmth and confidence, Miss Fessey makes each year a good
year for the Middle School.



MISS PENNY



Each year Miss Penelope Mountfort, better known to
most as Miss Penny, begins over again with her
explanations of S.A.T.'s, A.C.T.'s, and college
applications. Her job as counselor can be hectic, but year
after year, each graduate of Harpeth Hall finds herself
enrolled in the college best suited for her, thanks to Miss
Penny. Besides being counselor, Miss Penny sponsors
Milestones, our yearbook. Somehow she manages every
year to coordinate these two activities and to do a great
job with both.




DEANS BOARD




MISS HENSLEY



Although known to five classes of Middle School
students as their Ancient History teacher, Miss Janet
Hensley is new to the Upper School this year. Miss
Hensley, now our Dean of Students, is using her
talents and enthusiasm in carrying out a variety of
duties. As organizer of our Winterim term, she
arranges travel programs, approves independent study
projects, schedules the on-campus classes, and
somehow finds rooms, teachers, and equipment for all
courses. She also sponsors the Student Council, serves
on the Student-Faculty Committee, and handles
disciplinary matters. Only a lady as capable as Miss
Hensley could manage all this and manage it well.




MISS HERRING



Have you ever wondered about who is in charge
of supervising the maintenance people, managing
our budget, and turning in reports about the
building project to the Board of Trustees? The
person who carries these responsibilities is Miss
Herring, and those are just a few of her many
activities as Director of Finance and Development
at Harpeth Hall. Her main responsibility is
supervising the Fund Raising Campaign for our
desperately needed new auditorium— gymnasium-
fine arts building. If the construction of this
complex begins in the spring of 1976 as hoped,
much of the credit should go to Miss Herring for
the time and energy she has put into the campaign.



MRS. NICHOLS



Through the alumnae magazine and other
publications, Mrs. Polly Nichols, Director of
Alumnae, has kept the graduates of Harpeth Hall
well informed for the past three years. With the aid
of two reporter agents and two finance agents from
each graduating class, she has managed to make
and keep up a record of who is married to whom
and what they have been involved in since
graduation. She works with Miss Herring in their
well-hidden office above Souby Hall. This year has
been busier than ever for Mrs. Nichols because she
has involved the alumnae in the fund-raising
campaign for the new building.





First row: Mrs. Gregory, Miss Gwinn, Mrs. Stamps, Dr. Overholser. Second row: Mrs. Manier, Mrs. Woo-
ten, Mrs. Warterfield, Mrs. Mamey.



UPPER

SCHOOL

ENGLISH

Martha Gregory
Librarian. University of Alabama, B.S.. B.A.; Peabodv
College for Teachers, M.A.; University of Chicago.

Jane Harvev Gwinn
English. Pine Manor Junior College, A. A.; University

of the South, B.A.; Universite de Dijon; Peabodv Col-
lege for Teachers.

Mary Lee Mathews Manier
Librarian. Vanderbilt University, B.A.; Peabodv Col-
lege for Teachers, Nl.L.S.

Elizabeth B. Niamey
English. University of North Carolina, A.B., M.A.;
University of Texas, Ph.D. in progress.

Martha Odle Overholser
English. Vanderbilt University, B.A.; Peabodv Col-
lege, M.A., Ph.D.; University of Geneva, Switzerland.

Sarah Frost Stamps
English. Vanderbilt University, B.A.; Columbia Uni-
versity, M.A.; Peabodv College.

Joan Nletz Warterfield
English. Vanderbilt University; University of North
Carolina, B.A.: Peabodv College.

Suzanne Macksoud Wooten
English. Boston College, B.A.; Georgetown L T niver-
sity, Nl.A; Vanderbilt University, Ph.D. in progress;
Yale School of Drama; The Sorbonne, Paris.



MIDDLE
SCHOOL
ENGLISH



Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Schell, Mrs. Lee. Not Pictured: Mrs. Nelson.



Dugan Davis
English. University of Chattanooga, B.A.

Joyce Lee
English. University of Tennessee; Middle Tennessee
State University, B.S.: University of Tennessee Nash-
ville, M.S.

Betty Nelson
English. Ward Belmont; Vanderbilt University, B.A.

Mary Schell
English. University of Kentucky, B.A.




MATHEMATICS



Bettye Abemathy
Mathematics. Mary Washington College; Peabody
College, B.S.

Jeannette S. Andrews
Mathematics. North Carolina State University, B.S.;
Tufts University; Peabody College for Teachers.

Martha Ann Baird
Mathematics. Christian College, A.A.; Vanderbilt
University, B.A.; George Peabody College.

John Comfort, Jr.
Mathematics, Science. University of Colorado, B.A.;
additional degrees in progress.

Elizabeth C. Emerson
Mathematics. Middle Tennessee State University
B.S.

Dorothea S. Griffin
Mathematics, History. University of Iowa, B.A.; Uni-
versity of Minnesota; National Science Foundation
Institutes at Eau Claire State College and Peabody
College for Teachers.

Laetitia W. Hardin
Mathematics. Vanderbilt University, B.A.

Jean Martin Hoover
Mathematics. Vanderbilt University, B.A.; University
Of Tennessee, Nashville.

Carol Oxley
Mathematics. Union University, B.S.; Vanderbilt Uni-
versity, M.S.

Betty Parham
Mathematics, Physical Education. Memphis State
University, B.S.; Vanderbilt University, M.S.

Kathy L. Powell
Mathematics. Austin Peay State University, B.A




Front row: Mrs. Baird, Mrs. Emerson, Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. Oxley. Back row: Mr. Comfort, Mrs. Abemathy,
Miss Powell, Mrs. Hardin, Mrs. Hoover. Not Pictured: Mrs. Griffin, Miss Parham.




Sitting: Mrs. Pennington, Miss Currie. Standing: Dr. Iano, Mrs. Parker, Mr. Fly, Miss Felkel, Miss Osbom.
Not Pictured: Mr. Comfort.



SCIENCE



John Comfort, Jr.
Science, Mathematics. University of Colorado, B.A.;
additional degrees in progress.

Terry Currie
Psychology. Vanderbilt University, B.A.; University
of Georgia, M.Ed.

Carolyn Margaret Felkel
Biology. Coker College, A.B.; Vanderbilt University,
M.A.; Gulf Coast Besearch Lab; National Science
Foundation Institute; University of New Mexico.

Felix Fly
Biology. Southern Methodist University, B.A.; Pea-
body College, M.A.

Peter J. Iano
Science. Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, B.E.E.;
University of Pittsburg, Ph.D.

Virginia Jean Osbom
Biology, Philosophy, Comparative Religion. Florida
Southern College; University of Tennessee, B.A.,
M.A.

Cindy Parker
I.P.S. University of Minnesota, B.S.; M.S. in progress
at Peabody.

Phyllis Thorp Pennington
Chemistry, Physiology. Skidmore College, B.A.; Vas-
ser College, M.A.; University of Freiborg, Germany;
Vanderbilt University; Scarritt College.




Sitting, front
Mrs. Simpsoi



Mrs. Howard, Mr.
, Miss Ewing. Not



Kramer. Sittin
Pictured: Miss



SOCIAL
STUDIES



Merrie Clark
History. Vanderbilt University, B.A.

Elinor Ewing
Social Studies. Duke University, A.B.; Peabody Col-
lege for Teachers, M.A.

Dorothea S. Griffin
History, Mathematics, University of Iowa, B.A.; Uni-
versity of Minnesota; National Science Foundation
Institutes at Eau Claire State College, Peabody Col-
lege for Teachers.

Joan Hall Howard
Social Studies. Auburn University, B.S.; University of
North Carolina, M.A.

Steve Kramer
American History. Tulane University, B.A.; Van-
derbilt University, M.A.T., M.A.; University of War-
wick, Coventry, England.

Ginger Osbom
Philosophy, Comparative Religion, Biology. Florida
Southern College; University of Tennessee, B.A.,
M.A.

Athens Clay Pullias, Jr.
History, Latin. Vanderbilt University, B.A., M.A.

Elaine Simpson
History. College of St. Elizabeth, A.B.; New York
University, M.A.

Violet Jane Watkins
History. Agnes Scott College, B.A.; Vanderbilt Uni-
versity, M.A.; Peabody College for Teachers.



Sitting: Mrs. Moran. Kneeling: Miss Parham. Standing: Miss Webster, Miss Chadwell.



;, back: Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. Clark, Miss Watkins. Standing:
Osborn, Mr. Pullias.



PHYSICAL
EDUCATION



Patty Litton Chadwell
Physical Education. Ward-Belmont Junior College;
Peabody College for Teachers, B.S., M.A.

Patsy Neblett Moran
Physical Education, Hygiene. Ward-Belmont Junior
College; Peabody College for Teachers, B.S., M.A.

Betty Parham
Physical Education. Memphis State University, B.S.;
University of Tennessee, M.A.

Susan Webster
Physical Education, First Aid. Tennessee Tech-
nological University, B.S.; Western Illinois Univer-
sity, M.S.




MODERN
LANGUAGES



Barbara Ellen Fittz Carden
French. Oberlin College, A.B.; Indiana University,
A.M.

William A. Lauderdale, Jr.
French. Southwestern at Memphis; Institute of
American Universities, Certificate of European Stud-
ies; Vanderbilt University, M.A.T.
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Ella Puryear Mims
French. Vanderbilt University, B.A.; Columbia Uni-
versity, M.A.; Peabody College for Teachers; The
Sorbonne, Paris; The University of Rome.

Lonnie Nelson
French. Hood College, B.A.; Emory University; The
Sorbonne, Paris; The University of Grenoble; Univer-
sity of Massachutts; Millersville State College.

German Adolfo Pavia
Spanish. Peabody College for Teachers, B.A., M.A.;
Vanderbilt University; University of Tennessee,
Nashville; Mississippi Southern University.

Libby Pope
French. Vanderbilt University, B.A.; M.A.T. in
progress at Vanderbilt.




Sitting: Mr. Lauderdale, Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Carden, Miss Mims. Standing: Mr. Pavia, Miss Pope.



Mrs. Ottarson, Mr. Pullias, Mrs. Ward.




LATIN



Pat Henry Ottarson
Latin. Randolph-Macon Woman's College, B.A.; Uni-
versity of Rome, Rome, Italy, M.A.; The American,
British, Italian, and French Academies, Athens,
Greece; The Sorbonne, Paris; Radcliffe College; Van-
derbilt University.

Athens Clay Pullias, Jr.
Latin, History. Vanderbilt University, B.A., M.A.

Joyce Ward
Latin. Randolph-Macon Woman's College; Peabody
College for Teachers, B.A.




SPEECH,
ART, AND
GLEE CLUB



Leigh Z. Atkins
Art, Art History. Vanderbilt University, B.A.; Univer-
sity of Tennessee, Nashville.

Nancy Gray
Drama, Counseling. Vanderbilt, B.A.; North Texas
State University, M.Ed.

Betty Partee
Art, Murray State Teacher's College, A.B.; Peabody
College for Teachers, M.A.

Elizabeth Williams
Speech. Stephens College, A.A.; Northwestern Uni-
versity, B.S.

Gail Wolery
Music, Glee Club. Stephens College, A.A.; Peabody
College for Teachers, B.S.; University of Tennessee,
Nashville.



Mrs. Atkins, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Wolery, Mrs. Partee, Mrs. Gray.



Mrs. Moats, Miss Reed, Miss Parker, Mrs. McLean, Mrs. Elrod, Mrs. Van Cleemput.



STAFF



Zita Elrod
Secretary. Middle Tennessee State University, B.S.

Lucile D. McLean
Business Manager, Typing.

Victoria M. Moats
Secretary, University of Oklahoma; Tulane
University.

Kay L. Parker
Secretary. University of Tennessee.

Nancy E. Reed
Study Hall Supervisor. Belmont College, A.A.; Pea-
body College for Teachers, B.S.

Germaine M. Van Cleemput
Study Hall Supervisor. International Institute; Uni-
versity of Tennessee, B.S.; Y.M.C.A. Law School.





MAINTENANCE



Left to right: Josephine Davis, Anthony Duwall, Driver Joslin, Terry Gentry, Magdalene Dyer. Not pic-
tured: Alma Wilson, Ida Hawkins, Clara Campbell.



Left to right: Lucy Reese, Joyce Szabo, Susy Dyer, Mary orown. Not Pictured: Doris Hill.



CAFETERIA




AFS STUDENT

"On August 21, 1975, I, Jacqueline Reiners, arrived in
Nashville. On the second day of my stay, I visited Harpeth
Hall. My first two impressions were that the school looks
like a house and that there are dogs at school. Later I came
to know that people work hard in the "house" and that dogs
even take part in English class. I have finished the tenth
grade in Germany, and when I go back I shall have three
more years of school. I am enjoying my Senior year at
Harpeth Hall, and although I won't be getting credit for my
studies this year, I think the experience will be very useful. I
have learned a lot about the American life and especially
about myself."

This is what other students say about Jac:

"Jac is tall and she dances very well. She likes men with
fire. French is her favorite language, but she is interested in
Arabic. She can play the flute and the recorder. For her,
Kenya, Africa, is one of the best places to be— she loves the
African temperament. Cooking and riding horses are two
activities which she enjoys very much. She has a good sense
of humor, and it's easy to talk with her. She seems always at
ease and cheerful— never gloomy."

"Jac is a very warm-hearted girl. She has spent most of
her life in Germany. She enjoys Harpeth Hall and her
studies very much. Jac has never been to a school with
uniforms; therefore this is a completely new experience for
her. She isn't used to eight hours of study, but she doesn't
find Harpeth Hall a difficult school. Jac is very sociable and
enjoys the company of Harpeth Hall girls."





CLASS OF 1976




Standing: Mrs. Moran, A. Wolery, L. Jamison, M. Stamps, A. Flexner, H. Hetzel. Sitting: C. Alexander, T. Ward, G. Farris, M. Longhurst.




OFFICERS

MARY STAMPS

President

ANNE FLEXNER
Vice-President

GINNY FARRIS
Treasurer

LACY JAMISON

Secretary

HONEY HETZEL

Athletic Manager

TRUDY WARD

MARGARET LONGHURST

Chaplains

CLAUDIA ALEXANDER
ALEXIA WOLERY

Sergeants-at-Arms

MRS. MORAN

Sponsor



CLASS OF 1976




Lucy
Lucy Crockarell Adkins



Claudia
Sara Claudia Alexander




Cile
Mary Lucile Ambrose



Fariba
Fariba Balaghi



CLASS OF 1976




Betty
Elizabeth Bayne Barge



Sherry
Sherryl Lynn Barksdale




Ann
Ann Bobinson Bass



Perkie
Perkie Cone Beck



CLASS OF 1976




Leslee
Leslee Lynn Bibb



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Elizabeth Anne Bond




Barbara
Barbara Lynne Brothers



Shelby
Frances Shelby Buntin



CLASS OF 1976




Elizabeth
Elizabeth Bryan Coble



Lisa
Lisa Ann Coles




Laurie
Laura Ann Copple



Jan
Janis Anne Creim



CLASS OF 1976




Betsy
Elizabeth Blount Daugherty



Debbie
Deborah Kay Davis




Susie
Susan Edith Dicker



Emmie
Ellen White Dillon



CLASS OF 1976




Karen
Karen Lee Duvier



Ann
Ann Rutledge Edson




Janie
Jane Edwards Entrekin



Linda
Linda Ann Evers



CLASS OF 1976




Cindy
Cynthia Jane Farrar



Ginny
Virginia Lee Farris




Anne
Marcia Anne Flexner



Tertia
Tertia Lavinia Dale Flygt



CLASS OF 1976




Grace
Grace Greenlaw Follin



Carolyn
Nancy Carolyn Forehand




Jeannie
Jeannie Marie Grissim



Betty
Elizabeth Ann Gulbenk



CLASS OF 1976




Fabra
Fabra Hart



Mary
Mary Jeffords Hawkins





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Kathy
Kathleen Hoiles Herbert



Honey
Dorothea Sensing Hetzel



CLASS OF 1976




Kim
Kimberly Hall Hill



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Holly Darlene Hoffman









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Robin Renee Hudson



Pam
Pamela Joan Hunt



CLASS OF 1976




Margaret
Margaret Turner Hutton



Carolyn
Carolyn Carter Irwin




Ashley
Ashley Ford Isenhour



Lacy
Eleanor Lacy Jamison



CLASS OF 1976




Joyce
Joyce Evelyn Johnson



Stephanie
Stephanie Kerr Justice




Susan
Susan Jeanine Justice



Bev
Beverly Jean Kardokus



CLASS OF 1976




^ e ggy

Margaret Ruth Linn



Margaret
Margaret Beth Longhurst




Gay

Beverly Gay McCarter



Caroline
Caroline Clarke McNeilly



CLASS OF 1976




Mary Margaret
Mary Margaret Macey



Keith
Elizabeth Keith Maddin




Barbee
Barbee Harriet Majors



Sarah Beth
Sarah Beth Massie



CLASS OF 1976




Lisa
Mary Alice Mathews



Julie
Julie Ann Mitchell




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Siste
Julia Fleming Mizell



Lori
Lori Jean Munkeboe



CLASS OF 1976




Pam
Pamela Dixon Pack



Eva
Eva Marie Pappas




Jenny
Jennifer Kay Pearson



Barbara
Barbara Joyce Peeler



CLASS OF 1976




Inez
Inez Scott Pennington



Sara
Sara Davidson Perry




Dot

Dorothy Elizabeth Pettersen



LeAnn
Ellen LeAnn Philpot



CLASS OF 1976




Lynn
Nancy Lynn Puryear



Jac

Jacqueline Reiners




Leslie
Leslie Roberts



Clay

Marie Clay Schaffner



CLASS OF 1976




Anne
Anne Brooks Schroeder



Betsy
Mary Elizabeth Settle




Sally
Sara Elizabeth Shoekley



Helen
Helen Hamilton Short



CLASS OF 1976





Lacey

Lacey Carlisle Smith



Mary
Mary Anna Stamps




Susan
Susan Marie Stapleton



Venetia
Venetia Louis Starr



CLASS OF 1976




Carolyn
Carolyn Thompson



Susan
Susan Young Thornton




Lori
Lori Lynn Traughber



Margaret
Margaret Kinnev Trousdale



CLASS OF 1976




Anne
Anne Dudley Wallace



Trudy
Mary Truman Ward




Ellen
Ellen Wilson Warner



Lee Anne
Lee Anne Wills



CLASS OF 1976




Alice
Alice Jones Wire



Alexia
Alexia Jeannette Wolery






How is it possible to re-cap an entire
year of hilarity, tears, and work into one
short paragraph? We, the Seniors of 76,
have been through it all, and more. Our
last year at Harpeth Hall has gone by in a
quick blur, and it's hard to realize that
we've finally made it to the "Big Time."
Sure, we had too much to do and too little
time to do it, but the highlights of our year
as the "Big Wheels on Campus" have been
worth all the effort. Who can forget our
celebrated pumpkin sale in October, our
"out of this world" Senior play, our
desperation in trying to maintain a B +
average or pass Dr. Overholser's English
course, our eating sprees during fourth
period, and the exciting but terrifying
feeling we had as we descended that
platform at graduation, diploma in hand.
The Senior year has been a great year, a
fun year, but most of all, a year of terrific-
friendship. We'll never forget the friends
we've made or the fun we've had. Believe
it or not, it is hard to leave Harpeth Hall
after all these years and go out into the
cold, cruel world to make a name for
ourselves. But with all the preparation
we've had, how can we fail?



JUNIOR CLASS

OFFICERS

KELLY AKERS

President

LAUREN MULLER

Vice-President

RACHEL WILLIAMS

Secretary

SUSAN BYRN

Treasurer

CAROLINE FERRY

Athletic Manager

AURIE HALL

Chaplain

LISA STUMB

POLLY PITTS

Sergeants-at-Arms

MRS. MARNEY

Sponsor




Seated: L. Scumb, P. Pitts, R. Williams. Standing: L. Muller, K. Akers, A. Hall, C. Ferry, S. Bym. Not Pictured: Mrs. Niamey.





Karin Adams
Kelly Akers
Lee Aldred
Lisa Bachenheimer



Sally Barge
Jennifer Belote
Laurie Berry
Emilv Brittain



Susan Byrn
Julie Carell
Molly Caroland
Frances Carpenter



Jeannette Charlet
Annette Clement
Amy Cross
Mary Daugherty



Kim Davis
Martha Delvaux
Debbie Denton
Barbie DeWitt



JUNIOR CLASS



Mary Diddle

Frances Diefendorf

Nancy Hart Diehl

Rose Ann Dortch



Walton Estes

Libby Evans

Kent Ewing

Caroline Ferrv



Allison Flovd

Donna Freeman

Carol Grant

Allison Graves



Betsy Greene

Mary Hall Gregg

Lee Ann Groomes

Margaret Groos



Aurie Hall

Nancy Hammonds

Louise Harbison

Kathrvn Henry




JUNIOR CLASS




Martha Herbert
Susan Holmes
Lisa Lee
Lisa Lellyett



Cathy Lewis
Evie Lindahl
Bonnie Lipscomb
Shelley Long



Mary Ella Meek
Leslie Meyer
Nancy Moll
Leila Montague



Lauren Muller
Susan Naylor
Jane Oglesby
Ramona Olson



Linda Pargh
Gretchen Peterson
Polly Pitts
Kim Reynolds



JUNIOR CLASS



Jinx Riddell

Dana Riegle

Lisa Rodgers

Julia Rowland



Amy Schlater

Tracey Shelton

Beth Smith

Melinda Smith



Julia Storey

Lisa Stumb

Merida Sullivan

Nancy Swystun



Edie Tenison

Liz Thompsonn

Kimba Tichenor

Ginger Tipton



Mary Bess Tin ill

India Webber

Terri Welch


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