09 2014



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Albany High Times NEWS & CLUES!!!

We look back....we look forward!!!

 92nd Edition ~ 09/18/2014

Website: http://www.albanyhightimes.com                Email: albanyhightimes@aol.com




. . .  just a small town in South Georgia that grew the best kids ever raised!!







Please Help

The Classes of 1964 and 1965


The Classes of 1964 and 1965 have been planning for a long time to host a Combined 50th Reunion for their classes.  YOU can help!  Please take a moment to scroll down (to bottom) where there is a list for each of these classes' "Missing Classmates", as published on The Albany High Times.


Please take the time to check for any of these listed missing classmates for whom you may have contact information. This was a daunting class to create the lists, and their desire is to reach as many of them as possible with an invitation to attend this gala reunion! 


Give them a hand up!  It's the AHS TRIBE thing to do!!!!








** Classes of 1964 and 1965 **

A Combined 50th Reunion


November 7th and 8th, 2014




*** The next planning meeting is:

 September 10th at 6pm

at Merry Acres Manor House.


Please come by. Thanks, Glenda


For more information click here: http://albanyhightimes.com/'64_-_'65.htm


facebook  https://www.facebook.com/AHS.64.65

Click here: Albany High School 1964 & 1965


~ Glenda Shelby Cannon (’64) glendashelbyc@gmail.com 



Submitted by

Diane Nicols Gavidia, Class of 1964



East Dougherty Junior High School

Miss William's 9th Grade


To view enlarged: http://albanyhightimes.com/e__dougherty.htm



*** Class of 1962 ***


AHS Girls Luncheon
August 21, 2014

We had a couple of new faces this month and welcomed back a few who were missed.



Carol Revell Wildes, Carol Pate Stark, Carol Mauldin Rathel, Linda Edwards Wells, Betty Glenn Driver, Jonnie Holley Douglas, Trisha Fowler Brooks, Kathy Carow Thomas, Tappie Hambrick Sauls, Barbara Barker Tillis, Joann Roark Arneson, picture taken by Ellen Schramm Folmar.




Joann Roark Arneson (jprarneson@aol.com) or

Carol Pate Stark (cpstark@att.net)


*** Check out our other luncheons and pics at: Click here: '62 Girls' Luncheons


*** See your 70th Birthday Pictures @








DID YOU KNOW? You can check out suggestions from other class reunions for your venues, caterers and great bands and DJs!!

*** Click here: Reunion Ideas ... take a look!


*** IF YOUR CLASS has great reunion ideas and info you would like to share ... i.e., successful venues, food/caterers and bands/music, send info to albanyhightimes@aol.com with ALL CONTACT INFO!


ALSO ...


*** Looking for LOST CLASSMATES

This page might be of help ...

Click here: Lost Classmates? How to Find 








? ~  I noticed Carol Gregors Brown, Class of '58, has moved back to Albany. Would you give her my email address so I can connect with her?


Thanks for all you do to keep us all connected.

~ Elaine Bartley Tarpley (’58)


A ~  Hope you two have connected! ~ BSH





50th Wedding Anniversaries and beyond ... 




  Where oh where are our brides and grooms?


Send your 50th anniversaries beyond

to albanyhightimes@aol.com





Class Websites










*** If your class has a website - please email your link to: albanyhightimes@aol.com





  Check out FaceBook for

AHS FaceBook Links



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Make sure you "like" the page!


* Albany High Times Website @ Facebook

* Ahs ClassofFiftyfive

* Ahs ClassofSixty

* Albany High Class of 1961 (4) 

* (1) Albany High School Classes of 1964-65 Reunion

* AHS Class of 1969

* Albany High School Class of 1970

* Albany GA. Kids' of the 70's....

* Albany High School Class of 1974 Albany, GA

* Albany High School Grads 1976-1983

* AHS/WHS Class of 1978

*** Email address for Class of '71 FaceBook:



* AHS Class of 1983

* RIP Classmates of DHS AND AHS

* Click here: (60) Friends of Tift Park


ANY OTHER CLASSES to be listed?





 Messages from FaceBook!!


*** Kevin Hogencamp – August 16, 2014

Congrats on 12 years of wonderful service to Albany High alum, and the Albany community in general.  What a beautiful labor of love.


*** Those of you who only access Vintage Albany with mobile devices are missing out on a LOT of content. We have a huge photo section, videos and many files and links that cannot be accessed without a PC.

~ Betty Rehberg (’74)

Click here: Vintage Albany Georgia






In Memoriam ...
Not where I breathe,
but where I loved ... I live ...



*** Daniel James Wray, Class of 1953

*** Virginia Hallyburton Beaty, Class of 1967  

*** William Quincy "Bill" Sanders, Jr., Class of 1955; brother of Pat (’55) and Mary Alice Sanders

*** Rodney H. Blaylock - Class of 1962

*** Ronnie/Ronald L Jones, Class of 1964

***  Robert “Bobby” Jennings Stokes, AHS Class of 1955

*** Pamela Brumbelow King, Class of 1965

*** Nadine Grubbs Cravey Tumlin, Class of 1947 - 11/20/29 - 11/25/98; sister of Marie Grubbs Halstead, Class of 1949; aunt of James Youngblood, Class of 1954 and Shelby Youngblood Olimpieri, Class of 1955

*** Robert Holt, Class of 1950, husband of Kay Clancy, Class of 1954

*** Walter "Bo" Overby - born November 26, 1921, died August 10, 2010

*** Marylin Barfield Darling, Class 1962


Note: Thanks to all who send notices and/or obituaries of AHS Indians inside and outside of Albany. We may not otherwise be aware of our losses.  
FYI: Email notices and/or obituaries are first sent to the deceased’s class, and if they are Indians, to the classes of the spouse, child, or parents, as soon as possible.   Each is then listed in the Albany High Times' "News & Clues", and also on the Albany High Times "In Memoriam" webpage : Click here: In Memoriam - Our Deceased Classmates - AHS Albany GA

Please send corrections or additions to






We Recommend … 


I told the story of the "Gold Ring" in NYC to some friends from Columbus, GA I had not seen in over 30 years (we were a singing trio way back then).  So of course I told them about the Albany High Times and "News & Clues", and proudly showed them the links on my Tablet!  I just love to pass on stories about the "connections" through the Albany High Times.


Ironically I heard today from the young man who found the "Gold Ring"!!!!   He wrote, "Hi Beverly. I hope you are doing well. Is it possible you can send me a link to that story that I sent you in reference to the ring of Ms. Betty' s that I found?"
I replied, "Great to hear from you!!! Your story is one I usually tell when I'm sharing the wonderful connections made through the Albany High Times!! In fact, I just told your story at the reunion of "3's Harmony" in NYC this past week!!!"

I was touched by his response, "Beverly...thank you so much. It's great to hear that story is getting lots of play time with you. That is the best "find" I've ever had ... it put me in touch with you.  I can still recall the wonderful call I had with the late Ernest Frasier (deceased - '55) ... he seemed like such a happy man, and I would have loved to have met him. Thank you again."



So this month I highly recommend this touching story of 1953 Senior, Betty Frasier's gold ring and how it was found and returned to her!!! 


Here's the link: http://albanyhightimes.com/the_gold_ring.htm.


NOTE:  Ernie is missed.  Ernie will always be missed.








“News & Clues”




*** Emmett E. Pinkston, Class of 1966 (from FaceBook)

*** I would like to be on the distribution for News & Clues, if I may.......   Thanks,

~ Tommy Cherry (AHS '65)













Marylin Barfield Darling

Class of 1962    


Marylin Barfield Darling passed away on August 28, 2014, in Nashville, TN, after an extended illness; she was 69.


Born in Montgomery, Alabama, Marylin moved with her family to Albany in 1952, where she attended Albany public schools and graduated from Albany High School in 1962. She was a graduate of Florida State University.  


Marylin was an accomplished dancer, beginning with her love of the art as a teen under the tutelage of Peggy Pritchett (AHS ’44).


In 1962, she was honored to receive an offer to join the world-famous Rockettes of Radio City Music Hall. Though it had been a long-time dream of Marylin to be a Rockette, she elected, instead, to return to Florida State and earned advanced degrees in dance in order to teach the art she loved so much to promising young people.


In 1972, she joined the faculty at Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Georgia, and singlehandedly founded its dance program, teaching dance there for more than thirty years.


While at Agnes Scott, Marylin earned a doctorate degree in education administration from Georgia State University.


In 2004, Marylin retired from Agnes Scott as Professor Emerita of Dance.











New AHS Author!


~  Harriet Ort Cornelius ~


Class of 1955


I wrote this book in hopes of giving grieving parents hope and encouragement and to realize that you can find your JOY again.


It is a true story about my life over the past 30 years. The struggles, the losses and comfort that I have found in trusting Jesus.


It is a story about hope and forgiveness. A story about trust put to the test and how God’s love and care has carried me through the dark valleys of losing three of my four sons.


My prayer is that everyone who reads this book will receive a rich blessing.



To order from Amazon ...


Click here: FINDING JOY in GRIEF: Unspeakable Tragedy and the Power of God's Love: Harriet Cornelius: 9780692267905: Amazon.co






Trip to Alaska



Joann Roark Arneson

(No Canoe for This 1962 Indian)




With encouragement from my niece, her mother in law, Gloria Johnson and I planned a cruise to Alaska!  We went on the Norwegian Jewel Sawyer Glacier Cruise. 


We stopped at four ports, and we decided on one shore excursion for each port, hoping for some time to explore a little on our own.  Travel with me to ports in Alaska ....




 ~ CLUES!!! ~ 




Great Jitterbug, Charleston, etc.


Click here: Denver Airport Holiday Flash Mob - YouTube

~ Billy Hawthorne (’60)




Jet Lag Recipe!


Recipe for the irrevocable eradication of JET LAG … from the little old man at what was then Good Earth (many years ago)!


Vitamin E – 1000 m

Vitamin C – 1000 m

Selenium – 50 m

Zinc – 50 m


Take with "recipe" and drink with 8 oz of water one hour before take-off, or immediately following take off.


I used this “recipe” on my 2 week trip to a wedding in Tokyo Japan, where there would be no time for naps!!! 


And I NEVER EVEN had a NEED for A NAP!

~ Beverly Smith Herrington (’55)




    Tribe Notes …




*** Did not know that Banks Burgess ('66) was from Albany. Here in Atlanta we have enjoyed the show for many years. Shame on you all if you miss him, it will be your loss.

~ Bubba Hughes, ‘61

*** I'm humbled to be mentioned in such lofty company.

~ Thanks, Banks Burgess ('66)

*** Another wonderful afternoon remembering all the good times……….. I especially enjoyed re-reading all my poems!

~ Annelle Stem Griffin

*** Please change my email.

~ Penny Hunter Henger (’61)

** I just finished the August edition, and all I can say is "WOW!" Thank you, thank you, thank you!


I love the way you have set up the website. You did a fantastic job and spent time and effort to produce this for AHS Indians.


Tommy (Herrington - '56), thank you for sharing your wonderful wife and her talents with us. God bless and good health, wealth and happiness.

~ Love you, Betty Wooddy


P.S. If Jimmy (Woody - '46) was alive, he would love the "News and Clues".  He was a true Indian!

Note: Betty is not an AHS Indian ... but she is as proud of AHS as any one I know!

*** For some unknown reason I no longer get The Albany Times. Please add me back to your email list. Thanks

~ Mike Johnston, Class of 59  

*** The market is still going strong and will continue until late fall. The support has been tremendous.  

Come see us at the Park :)

~ Stephen Brimberry  

*** I finally found the picture of our second grade class at Broad Avenue School.  Mrs. Cheney's class of 1944-45. I don't have the names in order according to the picture. All girls and boys were listed separately. I can place a few names with the picture but hope everyone else can do better.



Girls: Betty Haldeman; Ruth Haldeman; Martha Harris; Beatrice Hayes; Cristine Hodge; Joan Jefferson; Mary Ann Johnson; Ann Johnston; Miriam Jordan; Marlene Kahn; Mary Klein; Lynette Layson; Rose Marie Mangum; Betty Meeks; Carolyn Miler; Jane Minton; Hazel McDonald; Winnelle McEachin; Faye McFee; June Webb; Jean Williams


Boys: Everett Hall; Jackie Hall; Charles Jackson; Hurchel Knight; Jack Lowery; Bobby Mallard; Gene Mitchell; Eric Morris; Bruce Musselwhite; Charles McCorvey; Charles McGahee; Charles McLeod; Bobby Stokes; Eugene Stripling; Walter Watkins; J. W. Willis; Royce Wingate; Willis Wingate I could pick out on the front row - 2nd from left Jackie Hall, 4th from Left Faye McFee, 7th from left Rose Marie Mangum, next to her June Webb, Bobby Mallard, Jane Minton and last on front row Everett Hall. Carolyn Miller and Marlene Kahn are on the back row left and I think Eugene Stipling is 3rd from right on back row. I think that is Mirian Jordan standing behind Bobby Mallard.


This is the best I can do.
~ Jane Minton Womack, (’55)

*** Hey guys..... Here's a link to the program that has "reached" over 750 people on FaceBook ... just click on the link and the show will play in your computer's music player.  
~ Doug Dahlgren ('65)




Submitted by

Diane Nicols Gavidia, Class of 1964



Albany Junior High - 1959-1960 class. 

The teacher was Mrs. Dixon. I believe her husband was a coach.


To view enlarged photo, scroll down to Class of 1964 at this webpage ...


*** They just keep getting better and better. This anniversary issue was outstanding. Thank you for your hard work!

~ Ruth Chambers Honick (’58)

*** Great edition! I'm totally amazed at how many connections you have created over the years and it never gets dull. Thanks for all your work and effort.

~ Coach Graham Lowe  

*** Dan Wray graduated from Albany High School in 1953 he was a dear friend of my Dad, Dan Stevens. I didn't learn of his death 'til a couple of months ago.

~ Dan Stevens, son of Dan Stevens (deceased – Class of ’53)

NOTE:  Thank you, Dan, for the notice of Dan Wray's death.

***  The school photographer was Bill Sander's uncle, not his father, the post master.

~ Chuck McCorvey (’55)

*** Pam Brumbalow King (’65) and I were best friends growing up, I am so sad!!  So many lost classmates!

~ Diane Medlock Dishman ('65)

***  Pam was in 1965 class. We were in FHA together. Sad to hear this news.

~ Brenda Cox (64) Wintersole

*** Pam was in Class of '65 according to her picture in '63 and '64 annuals.

~ Martha LeSueur Nicholson (’56)

***  Thanks to Jim Norris, '63, Diane Medlock Dishman (65) , Glenda Wimberly (65) Albritton, Brenda Cox (64) Wintersole, Martha LeSueur Nicholson ('56) and Kathy Glass (65) Barefield for sending class information for Pamela Brumbelow King.







*** On your recent web page 'News & Clues' you have BANKS AND SHANE appearing at the State Theatre.

This is incorrect. They will be appearing at THEATRE ALBANY / 514 Pine Avenue on October 17th.  Tickets are $25 and go on sale September 16th.

~ Sincerely, Mark Costello Artistic Director


*** My father was manager of the Albany Theater in 1955 and 1956. I had a free pass to attend movies at the Albany Theater, the State Theater, the Liberty and the Clair.

It was a really great time for a kid of 9-10 years old. I got the top run films at the Albany, the 2nd tier ones at the State, the Bowery Boys and grade B films at the Liberty and Westerns at the Clair. I must have seen hundreds of films during that time.

I still love movies today, especially those on Turner Classic Movies.
~ Scott Cohen (AHS Class of 1963)

*** I worked at the Albany Theater while in high school and there was a organ that would rise from the basement into the pit. For those that might not know - the Albany Theater was a small version of the Fox in Atlanta. Seating was smaller and one floor was omitted, but otherwise it was almost identical.

~ Tascar Williams-class of 44  

*** The movie Buffalo Bill was heavily advertised before it opened at the Albany Theater. The first hundred children under twelve years old to but tickets were promised a buffalo! I was one of many to stand in line for what seemed like hours for that Buffalo Nickel. But don’t knock it! That nickel would buy a coke---maybe even a Jimmy's Hot-dog.

~ Grayson Peters, Class of ‘50, the last class smart enough to graduate in eleven years.

*** Thanks for the really newsy Albany High Times. Your picture of the Albany Theater brings back many memories. That is the place I saw my first movie. We lived one mile from the Albany Theater and had to walk because we had no car to go places. One time when my brother (James Calhoun - '50) and I went to the movies, we caught a whole jar of lightning bugs on the way and took them to the Albany Theater and let them go.


All the time the movie was showing, the lightning bugs were going blink-blink all over the large space of the theater. It was funny seeing the lightning bugs blinking away.

~ Ralph Calhoun (’47)  


*** The market made the front page of the Sunday Herald...still going strong.........

Click here: Tift Park Community Market in Albany still going strong | Albany Herald

~ Martha LeSueur Nicholson ('56)

*** Any reference to the Albany High Times has to be introduced to anyone with a glowing mention of you and your tireless efforts on behalf of Albany and the AHTN&C. Thank you, thank you, thank you.   I remember being saddened when reading your report earlier this year on the proposed sale of Tift Park, and elated when learning of the city’s reversal of its position after being bombarded by ordinary citizens of the community. Everyone should be heartened by the success of the Community Market and Stephen Brimberry’s efforts.  


It would take a short book to chronicle my memories of Tift Park, but I would like to share a few with you and your readers.


My parents moved me and my brother Alan to 312 Sixth Avenue when we were very young. Our small house happened to be just across North Jefferson Street from Tift Park and its amenities, including zoo, tennis courts and swimming pool (my mushy memory can’t recall exactly when the new pool was built).   We went to the old pool a lot before the new pool was built. I have a three inch, Y shaped scar on my left leg from being hit by a tennis ball can, being used to throw water on the sliding board to cool it down from the hot sun, when I slid down.


The pool’s waters turned red and scared a few folks, including my mother Ivey and brother Alan. Fortunately, Dr. Neal was able to sew everything back together.   The tennis courts were “real” clay, of the South Georgia red kind, and I literally spent 100's and 100’s of hours learning, practicing and playing tennis there until I left for college in 1960.  


I remember selling peanuts for the Royal’s concession stand over several summers, to patrons who wanted to feed our new elephant. I got a penny for every dime bag of peanuts sold.


Shortly before I began receiving social security benefits, I received a print-out from the SSA showing “earnings” paid into my account in the early 50’s, a very modest sum.


The Tift Park Swimming Pool; just typing this brings smiles and tears of happiness to my eyes. As a youngster, and then teenager, I spent more 100’s of hours right next to the tennis courts learning to swim, swimming and diving competitively, life guarding, rendering first aid, giving swimming lessons, trampolining and clown diving, and hanging out with some of Albany’s older citizens, who taught me a lot: Jerry Clark ('54), B.B. Rhoades ('52), Frank Orgel ('56), and Jimmy Wester ('56), come to mind, though there were many others that my mushy memory won’t recall right now.


The last memory I’m going to write about is the six hole golf course I designed when I decided to learn how to play golf ... 60 years or so later, I’m still trying to learn how to play golf.  The holes were on the south and west sides of Tift Park, three holes out and three holes back, and apparently never came to the attention of Rod Blalock and the Parks and Recreation Department, because I was never harassed nor told to leave the property, although I occasionally could have been accused of endangering the public. (Here’s a free golf tip for all golfers who may read this…lower your expectations, especially as you age.)


As regularly mentioned in the AHTN&C, growing up in Albany were some of the best and happiest times of our lives.


Thanks again for all your efforts and the efforts of those who help you.

~ Tom Ross, Class of 1960 



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Help Us Find Our Missing Classmates

Contact: Glenda Shelby Cannon at glendashelbyc@gmail.com with any information

Please do not notify Albany High Times


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Help Us Find Our Missing Classmates

Contact: Glenda Shelby Cannon at glendashelbyc@gmail.com with any information

Please do not notify Albany High Times


Ellen Adams

Sheran Anstice

Edward Apperson

Paula Arthur

Ronald Atteberry

Luvene Baggett

Allen Bailey

Joleen Bailey

Alice Banks

Joyce Barker

Tommy Bates

Dale Best

Jean Borella

Travis Boyett

Ted Broadwell

Linda Brooks

Daryl Brooks

Dan Brooks

Frankie Bruner

Bonnie Burke

David Butler

Gene Caneiglia

Danny Carlton

Heinz  Carver

Lee Christian

Mary Alice Cloud

Ronald Cockroft

Monica Conlan

Wayne Cook

Anna Lora Cook

William Cox

Ralph Craig

Dick Crawford

George Crawley

Linda Sue Croom

Carolyn Curles

David Danford

Donald Daniel

Tommy Davis

Pat Davis

Donna Dean

Paul Denson

Alnita Drawdy

James DuBose

Terrianna DuBose

Tommy Dukes

Billy Edwards

Kenneth Edwards

Mary Lois Edwards

Geralene Edwards

Fay Elliot

Laura Jean Endebrock

Richard Evans

David Ferrell

Richard Fiegel

Byron Fitzpatrick

Rosemary Flint

Stephen Foster

Elsie Fuller

George Furtade

Gloria Futral

Mary Ann Gibson

Mary Gilbert

Diane Gillespie

Mike Gilliam

Cecilia Goddard

Richard Gore

James Graham

Diane Gray

Walter Grey,  Jr.

Judy Griffith

Vickie Gualtiere

Malcom Haas

Stella Diana Hagler

Johnny Hall

Jamie Hammond

Jack Handley

Beverly Harris

Kathryn Haskell

John  Hewitt

John Hibbard

Maria Hines

David Holland

Eddie ______ Hollingsworth

Clyde Hoover

Diane Horne

Flash Howard

Martha Hudson

Richard Huff

Toni Huff

Carl Hunter

Gail Hurt

Janice Jarrell

Martha Jenkins

Tommy Johnson

Carolyn Johnson

Jo Ann Johnston

Jimmy Jones

Danny Jones

George Jones

John Justice

Dick Kashey

Marcia Kidd

Harlow King

Marilyn King

Madge Kinnett

Susan Kluender

Marti Knapp

Karen Lee

Risa Levine

Bob Lloyd


Beverly MacElroy

John Maguire

Dennis Mallory

Laura Maquire

Ann Marshall

Darryl Mayo

Gayle McClure

Gail McDaniel

Harry McGill

Bill McGinty

Bruce McGlinchey

Chery McLaughlin

Sharon McLemore

Ferrell McMillan

Margaret McMullen

Freddy McNeff

Robert McPherson

Cliff Melton

Vincent Messer

Pat Miller

Evelyn Miller

Gail Miller

James Mills

Frankie Minter

Sam Mobley

George Moody

Ingram Morgan

Paul Morrison

James Morton

Carolee Muncey

Judy Murray

Susan Murray

Victor Muse

Penny Musgrove

Karen Nelson

Mary Alice Nowell

Deanna Odom

Monroe O'Hara

Anita Owens

Michael  Padget

Linda Sue Page

John Patterson

Larry Pattillo

Emily Peak

Randy Pennington

Douglas Perkins

Lawrence Peterson

Sharon Petty

Pam Plummer

Don Pope

Sherry Post

Helen Powell

Donna Probst  Smith

Bill Ramsey

Mary Lou Raney

Benjy Rawlings

George Reddick

Steve Reese

James Riordan

Gail Rogers

Dickie Rosser

Bill Russell

Myra Sampson

Ann  Sawyer

Sandra Sayler

James Schneiders

Mary Schroder

Alton Shiver

Shirley Simmons

Billy Simonton

Jesse Sims

Joe Skelton

Ken Skinner

James Smith

Linda Smith

Ralph Sparks

Diane Spearman

Judy Speer

Bowman Spencer

Billy Spivey

Aloma Standrige

Jerry Stenson

Barbara Stewart

Peggy Stolley

Ricky Stowe

Diana Suggs

Woody Swancutt

Mae  Swope

Elaine Tanner

Sally Thomas

Chris Thomlinson

Jackie Thornton

Wynell Thornton

Lenore Tollett

Jack Toole

?_____ Travis

Bill Turner

Joseph Vance

Peggy Vick

Ted Vinson

Danny Vivia

Sharon Wade

Sharon Walker

Beverly Ward

Mike Westmoreland

Dale Williams

Kathy Williams

Robert Williams

Linda Ann Wilson

Bob Wright

William Wright


Richard Adamson

Mitchell Akins

Irene Armstrong

Randy Arthur

Marie Arthur

Jim Atkins

Bobby Bamford

Vincent Basko

Billy Bass

Eloise Bass

Sherry Bassett

Gene Berry

Teresa Boney

Leila Bouie

Berry Bowman

Gaylon Branan

Gardner Brooks

Emma Brooks

Harry Bullington

Yveta Byrd

James Caldwell

Connie Cannon

Peggy Carter

Charles Cecil

Steve Clark

Marsha Clark

Patsy Cline

Jimmy Collins

Jesse Cone

Michael Conlan

Johnnie Connell

Marilyn Cook

Darrell Cook

Al Coston

Wynelle Cox

Tommy Daniel

Ronald Davis

James Davis

Katrine Davis

Mary Jean Davis

Lonnie Davis

? Dayton

Joye Deen

Anne Dell'Ario

Billy Deloach

Tanya Dew

Linda Edge

Betty Ervin

Delores Everton

Carol Farr

Larry Farrell

Johnnie Faulkner

Barbara Ferguson

Jeanene Frazier

Jim Futral

Linda Giddens

Craig Gillis

Barbara Gnehm

Kenneth Graebener

George Greathouse

Kenneth Greene

Billy Grimes

Larry Gryder

Danny Hall

Gail Haney

Gareth Hansen

Ben Hardee

Mary Ann Hardy

Virginia Harper

Robert Harris

Sharyn Hatcher

Julian Heeth

Linda Heiland

Charles Henry

Ray Hensley

Diane Hewett

Martha Hiers

David Hillard

Wayne Hodges

Ronnie Horne

Patsy House

Nancy Hughes

Kaye Jefferson

Biff Jennings

Jerry Johnson

Mike Johnson

Viola Johnson

Brenda Johnson

Carol Joines

Ledell Jones

Stanley Jones

Donald Julian

Robert Kagy

Charles King

Shirley Ann Klemmer

Susie Langtry

Richard Lewis

Linda Lewis

Mark Little

Clifton London

Bill MacElroy

Joan Majors

Laura Malphurs

Nick Manual

Wesley Maples

James Martin

Johnnie Martin

Walter Mathis

Hilda Mauldin

Patsy McDanial

Mary Ann McDowell

Kit McMillan

Skipper McRae

Charlene Middleton

Renee Middleton

Ralph Milam

Ronnie Miller

Tommy Milner

Wiley Mitchell

Akins Mitchell

Sara Mock

Tommy Moore

Becky Morris

Laura Nason

David Nichols

Derry Oliver

Dave Pearlman

Phyllis Newell

Edwin Roberts

Alan Ross

Gene Saylor

Mike Sims

Danny Smith

Walter Smith

Carey Thomaston

Jimmy Thornton

Everett Thrall

Gary Wisham

Rick Young

Joel Young





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