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Moments and Memories of WHS

Some of the members of the senior class were:

BONNIE BLAIR

BONNIE BLAIR

1967

Bonnie Blair: Favorite food and drink, spaghetti and R.C.; Favorite singer, Sandy Posey; Secret ambition, Nurse; Pet Peeve, someone call me and not speak; Favorite song, My Cup Runneth Over.

Bobbie Blair: Favorite food and drink, pickled bologna and Coke; Favorite Song, California Night; Favorite singer, The Supremes; Secret ambition, can’t tell, it’s a secret, Pet Peeve, none.

Velda Brock: Favorite food and drink, barbecued burgers and banana splits; Favorite Singer, Ed Ames; Secret Ambition, pediatrician; Pet Peeve, sorry about that; Favorite Song, My Cup Runneth Over.

Carol Brown: Favorite food and drink, potato chips and Pepsi; Favorite singer, Jeff Stevens; Ambition, to date Gene Pitney; Pet Peeve, boys who are preoccupied with giving constant attention to obstinate rivals; Favorite Song, Look Out Here Comes Tomorrow.

Katheryn Bryant: Favorite food and drink, spaghetti and Coke; Favorite song, Winchester Cathedral; Favorite Singer, Monkees; Secret ambition, do good in life; Pet Peeve, being stood up.

BOBBY BLAIR

BOBBY BLAIR

Christine Craiger: Favorite food and drink, hamburgers, French fries and R.C.; Favorite Song, I Think We’re Alone Now; Favorite singer, The Monkees; Secret ambition, to make a trip around the world.

Vivian Fields: Favorite food and drink, hamburger and Pepsi; Favorite song, Baby I Need Your Loving; Favorite singer, The Monkees; Secret Ambition, to be Mrs. Terrific; Pet Peeve, homework.

Nova Fields: Favorite food and drink, hot dogs and Pepsi; Favorite singer, Herman and the Hermits; Secret ambition, travel around the world; Pet Peeve, studying; Favorite Song, Tell It Like It Is.

Atwood Collins: Favorite food and drink, chicken and Coke; Favorite song, Dedicated To the One I Love; Favorite singer, The Supremes; Secret ambition, get rich; Pet peeve, taking a test.

Ricky Collins, Favorite food and drink, steak and fruit drinks; Favorite song, I Think We’re Alone Now; Favorite singer, Paul Revere and the Raiders; Secret ambition, shortstop for the New York Yankees; Pet Peeve, war in Vietnam.

VELDA BROCK

VELDA BROCK

Jenny Galloway: Favorite food and drink, peanut butter and Fresca; Favorite singer, Percy Sledge; Secret ambition, live in England; Pet peeve, dissecting poems; Favorite song, Alligator.

Jo Ann Howard: Favorite food and drink, pizza and Pepsi; Favorite singer, Johnny Rivers; Secret ambition, mad scientist; Pet peeve, waiting; Favorite song, A Place in the Sun.

Nancy Gibson: Favorite food and drink, steak and Pepsi; Favorite Singer, Dave Clark Five; Pet peeve, none; Secret ambition, join the army; Favorite song, Love Me Tender.

Lencie Profitt: Favorite food and drink, hamburger and Coke; Favorite singer, Mark Lindsay; Secret ambition, first lady president of the U.S.; Pet peeve, homework; Favorite song, So Happy Together. Advice to Underclassmen by Mary Cornett

Again, the spring months are here bringing with them joy and excitement, for they mean school will soon be out for summer vacation. But for about 180 students, this means the end of their school days. These 180 students are seniors and they, like each class before them, will say good-bye to their school days.

CAROL BROWN

CAROL BROWN

Graduating from high school brings added responsibilities to you that you yourself, not your mother and father, must accept.

The shoe you step into after graduation is your choosing. You should make sure that the shoe is the right one for you.

In order to get the right shoe, shop around. In other words, start looking into professions you like when you are a freshman or sophomore and choose one you like best.

After you have chosen one, select which offers the training of your profession. Thus, you will have made a step toward your future.

Out of these 180 seniors, approximately 100 really know what they will do after graduation.

When will these 80 decide? Probably someone else will decide for them; some will be in Vietnam, others doing nothing; a few of these 80 will see how close it really is to the end of their high school days and jump head first into something they know nothing of.

KATHERYN BRYANT

KATHERYN BRYANT

So, my advice to you freshmen, sophomores and juniors, is make up your mind about the future you want, now. Don’t wait until you are approaching the man to shake his hand and reach for your diploma to decide.

Rev. Morrow spoke at

Baccalaureate

Rev. David F. Morrow, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Whitesburg, was the speaker at the Baccalaureate services, May 14, 1967 at the First Baptist Church.

Rev. Morrow is originally from Albemarle, N.C. He spent five years at the Philadelphia Baptist Church, five years at the South Albemarle Baptist Church and has been at the Whitesburg Baptist Church for two years.

He is married to Sue Morrow, who teaches here at Whitesburg High School, and has two children, Kristie age seven and Joseph age five.

CHRISTINE CRAIGER

CHRISTINE CRAIGER

(The above articles from the 1967 Yellowjacket Yearbook and Black Kat Newspapers)

VIVIAN FIELDS

VIVIAN FIELDS

NOVA FIELDS

NOVA FIELDS

ATWOOD COLLINS

ATWOOD COLLINS

RICKY COLLINS

RICKY COLLINS

JENNY GALLOWAY

JENNY GALLOWAY

JO ANN HOWARD

JO ANN HOWARD

NANCY GIBSON

NANCY GIBSON

LENCIE PROFITT

LENCIE PROFITT

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