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Harpeth Hall School Library 

3801 Hobbs Road 

tJashville, Jenn. 37215. 




1969 Milestones 



Harpeth Hall School 
Nashville, Tennessee 



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the times they are a'changin' 



CONTENTS 

Facl"lty and Classes 11 

Organizations 63 

Sports 83 

Honors 91 

Special Events 97 





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Old school traditions, mingled with the change brought by a 
new year . . . traditional honors, activities, and duties updated 
by young ideas, creative suggestions, and different perspectives 
... the security of the established code and the spirit of rebel- 
lious youth . . . keeping pace with the times— they are a' chan- 
gin'. 






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Changing seasons ... a flickering flame brings new friends to- 
gether ... a new wish with an old coin— SPLASH! ... the 
personality of freedom with the wisdom of discipline . . . new 
ideas, new thoughts . . . familiar faces frame a colorful outlook 
on the future. 





Every bit of energy, enthusiasm, and interest into one dynamic 
effort . . . fighting to win, cheering to spur them on, trying to 
comprehend . . . games played before, now take on new mean- 
ing and carry wild new excitement . . . "two bits, four bits, six 
bits a dollar," though shouted before, still expresses the emotion 
felt by all . . . the routine of hard work gains in spirit through 
the fresh interest of a new student. 



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Faculty and 
Classes 




DEDICATION 

Have you ever known one of those "tuned in," "turned 
on." and "alive" people? The Seniors this year have had 
the pri\ilege of learning from such a person— Mrs. Over- 
holser. Mrs. Overholser is tuned in to what is happening 
and how it afiects her students. She is turned on by the 
great works in literature, and. in mingling the ideas of 
outstanding world authors with some inspirational thoughts 
of her own, she transmits to her students the value of 
stud\ing world literature. Moreover, Mrs. Overholser is 
thoroughly alive with the enthusiasm and youthful energy 
which springs from her love for and dedication to her work. 
It is to this tuned in, turned on, and alive personality that 
we dedicate MILESTONES 1969. 





HEADMISTRESS 

When a Harpeth Hall girl thinks of Miss McMurry, she 
thinks of a concerned advisor, a wise organizer, and a 
gracious hostess. Miss McMurry acts as a mediator between 
the students and the Board of Trustees, as well as working 
with student leaders through her sponsorship of the Presi- 
dents' Council. Because Miss McMurry is truly dedicated 
to bettering Harpeth Hall, her years here have .been ones 
of fresh ideas and favorable changes. 




DIRECTOR OF 
MIDDLE SCHOOL 

MISS FESSEY 

One of the most obvious changes that has taken place in 
the last few years is the founding of the new Middle School, 
and who else but Miss Fessey could have been chosen 
Director? If you are looking for someone who is always 
willing to help and organize, who is known for her sense 
of humor, and who fully understands girls, a natural choice 
is Polly Fessey. With her unusual abilities. Miss Fessey 
has brought vitality and enthusiasm to the Middle School. 




COUNSELOR 

MISS .MOUNTFORT 

How many people can claim that they know both sides 
of Miss Penny? If you look beyond her exterior of respon- 
sibility, dignity, and cool awareness, you will find a witty, 
eccentric, definitely undignified free spirit. We greatly ap- 
preciate her as college counselor, sponsor for the Student 
Council and Milestones, and as friend-at-large. 



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MATHEMATICS 



Sealed: Mrs. Abernathy, Mrs. Hardin, Miss Shaw. Standing: Miss Ewing, 
Mrs. Bruno. Mrs. Galgano, Mrs. Meier. 



Bellye Curry Abernarhy-MnthemaUcs. George Peabody College for 
Teachers, B.A. Emily Glasgow Brano-Mathematics. Vanderbilt Univer- 
sity, B.A. Frances Howard Ewing-Ma.lhema.tics. Vanderbilt University, 
B.A., M.A.; George Peabody College for Teachers; National Science 
Foundation Institute, Vanderbilt University. Virginia Marieaa Del Greco 
Ga/gano-Mathematics. Counselor. Sweet Briar College, A.B.; University 
of Virginia, M.E.D. Laetilia Wenning Hardin-UaXhemaXics. Vanderbilt 
University, B.A. Colene A/e/e/--Mathematics. Washington University, 
A.B. Dolores Ann SAan'-Mathematics. The College of Saint Rose, B.S.- 
St. John's University. M.A.: George Peabody College for Teachers. 



Linda Lee CoAer-English. Vanderbilt University, B.A. Dorothy Sue 
yonei-Enghsh. George Peabody College for Teachers, B.A. Sandra Bailey 
Keys-En^\i%h. Douglass College of Rutgers University, A.B.: Vanderbilt 
University, M.A.T. MarthaOdle Overholser-En^Wsh. Vanderbilt Univer- 
sity, B.A.: George Peabody College for Teachers, M.A.; University of 
Geneva, Switzerland. Nan Norman ^i«j(?//-English. Vanderbilt Univer- 
sity, B.A. Margaret Walker Sm/rter-English. Belmont College, B.A.; 
George Peabody College for Teachers, M.A. 



Seated: Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Overholser, Mrs. Keys. Standing: Miss Jones, 
Mrs. Coker, Mrs. Smithey. 



ENGLISH 




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HISTORY 



Sealed: Mrs. Griffin, Miss Sullivan. Standing: Miss Thompson, Mrs. 
Eggleston, Miss Watkins. 



Sophronia M. Egglesion—Hislory. Goucher College, B.A.; George Pea- 
bodv College for Teachers, M.A. Dorolhea Griffin-History. Mathematics. 
University of Iowa, B.A.; University of Minnesota; National Science 
Foundation Institute of Astronomy; Eau Claire State College; National 
Science Foundation Institute of Mathematics, George Peabody College 
for Teachers. Sandra 5«///von-Histor>'. University of Tennessee, B.A.; 
Vanderbilt University, ,M.A.T. Cobv Thompson-H'istOTy. George Peabody 
College for Teachers. B.S., M.A. Violet Jane Waikins-Hhiory. Agnes 
Scott College. B.^i.; Vanderbilt Universilv. M.A. 



Betty Partee— An. Murray State Teachers College, A.B.; George Peabod 
College for Teachers, M.A. Ruth Hoffman Rodgers-AccompanhL Uni 
versity of Michigan, B.A. Elizabeth vyUliams-Speech. Stephens Colleg( 
A. A.: Northwestern University, B.S. Gail Wolerv-Glee Club, Music 
Stephens College, A.A.; George Peabody College for Teachers, B.S. 



Mrs. Wolery, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Partee. Not pictured: Mrs. Rodgers. 



SPEECH, 
ART, 
GLEE 
CLUB 




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Mrs. Caldwell, Mrs. Overholser, Miss Ritchie, Mrs. Ward, Miss Vining, 
Miss Mims, Mr. Pavia, Mrs. Frazer. 



LANGUAGES 



Jaqueline H. Caldwell-French. University of Paris, B.A.; The Sorbonne, 
Paris; University of Mississippi, M.A.: Vanderbilt University. Varina 
Frazer— Latin. Vanderbih University, B.A.; George Peabody College for 
Teachers. Ella Puryear Mims— French. Vanderbilt University, B.A.; Co- 
lumbia University. M.A.; George Peabody College for Teachers; Univer- 
sity of Rome, Italy; The Sorbonne, Paris. Margaret Henry Ottarson— 
Latin. Randolph-Macon Woman's College, B.A.; University of Rome, 
Italy, M.A.;.The American, British, Italian, and French Academies, 
Athens, Greece; The Sorbonne, Paris; Vanderbilt University. German A. 



Pav/a— Spanish. George Peabody College for Teachers, B.A., M.A.; Van- 
derbilt University. Kathryn Sue Ritchie— Spanish. University of North 
Carolina at Greensboro; Vanderbilt. University. Nancy Jane Vining— 
French. Smith College; George Peabody College for Teachers, B.A. Joyce 
Temple Ward-Lalin. Randolph^Macon Woman's College; George Pea- 
body College for Teachers, B.A. 



Mrs. Skaggs, Mrs. Moran, Miss Chadwell. 



PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 



Patty Litton Chadwell— Physical Education. Ward-Belmont Junior Col- 
lege; George Peabody College for Teachers. B.A., M.A. Palsy N. 
A/orart— Physical Education, First Aid. Ward-Belmont Junior College; 
George Peabody College for Teachers, B.S., M.A. Emilv Harsh Skaggs— 
Physical Education, Hygiene. Vanderbilt University; Belmont College, 
B.S. 





Miss Mountfort, Mrs. Whitehurst, Miss Felkel, Miss Van Volkenburgh. 
Not pictured: Mrs. Pennington. 



SCIENCE 



Carolyn Margaret Felkel— Science. Coker Col- 
lege, A. B.; Vanderbilt University, M.A.; Gulf 
Research Lab; National Science Foundation In- 
stitute, University of New Mexico. Phyllis Thorp 
Penningioii-Science. Skidmore College, A.B.; 
Vassar College, M.A.; Scarritt College, C.E.C.; 
Vanderbilt University. Jesse Weaver Van V'ol- 
kenbwgh-Science. Saint Mary College, B.A.; 
Vanderbilt University; University of Tennessee; 
National Science Foundation Institute; George 
Peabody College for Teachers. Patricia Davis 
Whitehurst-Science. Sweet Briar College, A.B. 



STAFF 



Betty Holland Corr-Secretary. Larimore's College of Business. Martha 
Gre^on-Librarian. University of Alabama, B.S., B.A.; George Peabody 
College for Teachers, M.A.; University of Chicago. Susan Roberts Ken- 
nedy-Secielars . Uni\ersity of Georgia. Lucille D. A/cZ.ea«-Business 
.Manager. Typing. Mary Lee Mathews Man/er-Librarian. Vanderbilt 



University, B.A.; George Peabody College for Teachers, M.L.S. Nancy 
Reed-SlMdy Hall Supervisor. Belmont College, A. A.; George Peabody 
College for Teachers, B.S. Claire Craig Reynolds-SecTeinry. University 
of Alabama. Roberta Sue WikleSiudy Hall Supervisor. Ward-Belmont 
Junior College. 




Seated: Mrs. McLean, Miss Wikle, Miss Reed, Mrs. Carr. Standing: Mrs. 
Reynolds, Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Gregory. Not pictured: Mrs. Manier. 



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SENIOR CLASS 
OFFICERS 

LUCIA HOWARD President 

BETH McCARLEY Vice-President 

ELEANOR WHITWORTH Secretary 

JEAN DODD Treasurer 

KATY MANIER Sergeant-at-Arms 

PEGGY McLAIN Chaplain 

TINA CUMMFNGS Athletic Manager 

MRS. MORAN Sponsor 



Mrs. Moran, Lucia Howard. 



Sitting: Whitworth, Manier. Standing: McCarley, Dodd, Cummings. Not 
Pictured: McLain. 




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SENIORS 



Karen Kylene Allbright 
There is no wealth but hfe. 






Candace Lorayn Ball 
Heaven is always around us when we're 
in the presence of love; without it we live 
in perpetual Hell. 



Linda Jean Anderson 
If you can keep your head in all this 
confusion, you just don't understand the 
situation. 




Jennie Graves Bowman 
Keep your face to the sunshine and you 
cannot see the shadow. 





Dorothy Cornelia Breedlove 
Love is like fire. Wounds of fire are hard 
to bear, harder still are those of love. 



Peggy Ann Campbell 
Society is commonly too cheap. 




Rachel Jane Buchanan 
Strange how much you've got to know. 
Before you know how little you know. 



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Anne Fort Gilmore Carlisle 
The sorrows we imagine are more pro- 
found and inconsolable than real life 
leaves us time for. 



SENIORS 





Lisa Ward Claiborne 
It is literally true that this world is every- 
thing to us; if only we choose to make 
it so. if only "we Uve in the present" 
because it is elemitv. 



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Laughter, ■ 
of the soul 



Susan Cornelius 

iays the classic, is a sunbeam 



Margaret Camille Core 
Love makes the world go "round. 




Polly Nelson Cr-MG 
You like someone because, vou love 
someone although. 





Virginia House Dale 
Whose yesterdays look backward with a 
smile. 



Tina Lynn Cummings 
Blessed are those who have the gift of 
making friends, for it is one of God's best 
gifts. 




FRANfES Riley Delony 
Live for today because yesterday you were 
bom and tomorrow you may die. 



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Ann Milstead Denson 
Though nothing can bring back the hour 
of glory in the flower; we still grieve not, 
rather find strength in what remains be- 
hind. 




SENIORS 




Ida Thompson Dickinson 
Perhaps someday it will be pleasant to 
remember these things. 





Jean Husice Dodd 
A good name is rather to be chosen than 
great riches . . . 



Virginia Lynn Diveley 
A little consideration, a little thought for 
others makes all the difference. 




Sarah Louise Dorris 
To be loved, be lovable. 





Ann Candace Farrar 
Come, mothers and fathers throughout the 
land. 

Don't criticize what you can't understand. 
Your sons and daughters are beyond your 
command. 
Your old road is rapidly aging. 



Margaret Ann Duncan 

If you have built castles in the air 
Your work need not be lost; 
That is where they should be. 
Now put the foundation under them. 




Margaret McDaniel Fillebrown 
It is not the perfect, but the imperfect who 
have need of love. 



Mary Ellen Finks 
Open your heart and you'll discover you 
will see things you did not know. 




SENIORS 




.A.VIY CARLTON Flanagan 
Each mind has its own method. 





Paula Gay Goodroe 

I am two fools, I know. 

For loving, and for saying so. 



Mary Coble Follin 

What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to 
humanity. They are but trifles, to be sure; 
but, scattered along life's pathway, the 
good they do is inconceivable. 




Rebecca Ann Griffith 
You'll find that life is still worthwhile, if 
you'll jusl smile. 





Jane Harvey Gwinn 
Happiness is walking barefoot in the grass. 



Mary McLees Groves 
Liberty of thought is the life of the soul. 




Mary Ca.mille Harlin 
If you shed tears when you mi.ss the sun, 
you also miss the stars. 



Lee Murray Harris 
Trust thyself; every heart vibrates to that 
iron string. 




SENIORS 




Julia Ann Hicks 
I listened motionless and still; 
And, as I mounted up the hill 
The music in my heart 1 bore, 
Long after it was heard no more. 




Lucia Elizabeth Howard 
I look forward and see myself looking 
back. 




Beverly Allene Howard 
So little girl . . . make wishes or prayers, 
be careful, be careless, be what you want 
to be. 




Patricu McCollum Isenhour 
Good humor makes all things tolerable. 




Margaret Crenshaw Lauderdale 
We are no other than a moving row of 
Magic Shadow-shapes that come and 
go . . . with Lantern held ... by the 
Master of the Show. 




Susan Cossette Kennard 
If you want to get the plain truth. 
Be not concerned with right and wrong. 
The conflict between right and wrong 
Is the sickness of the mind. 




Mary Louise Linn 
To see the world in a grain of sand, 
And a heaven in a wild flower. 



Elizabeth Chester McCarley 
If I have freedom in my love 
And in my soul am free . . . 



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SENIORS 




Margaret Susan McLain 
Ai times irulh may not seem probable. 





Katherine Martin Maneer 
Live for today, forget the cares of the past. 



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Juliet Shelbourne Mabry 
No man ever followed his genius 'til it 
misled him. 




BarbaR-a Brent Meacham 
On ne voit bien qu'avec le coeur. 
L'essentiel est invisible pour les yeux. 





Merrie Lynn Morrissey 
Let us be of good cheer, remembering that 
the misfortunes hardest to bear are those 
which never happen. 



Rebecca Jane Montague 
He only lives who, living, enjoys life. 




Ellen Lisa Oake.s 
Happiness lies in the consciousness we 
have of it, and by no means in the way 
the future k'eeps its promises. 



Barbara Lanier Oliver 
To love is to place our happine.ss in the 
happiness of another. 



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SENIORS 




Kathleen Patrick 
Today is the beginning of your life from 
now until forever. 





Shealia Marie Phillips 
This world is a comedy to those who think, 
a tragedy to those who feel. 



Jane Carol Peeler 
We are such stuff as dreams are made 
of . . . 




Sara Ruth Quick 
Experience teaches slowly, at the cost of 
mistakes. 





Deborah Suzanne Rodgers 
I did not hear the words you said, 
I only heard the love. 



Judith Dianne Quinn 
... I took the one less traveled by and 
that has made all the difference. 




Martha Lee Schull 
The secret of happiness and prosperity in 
this world, as in the world to come, lies 
in thinking of the welfare of others first, 
and not taking one's self too seriously. 



Mary Marjorie Shaffer 
Love conquers all. 



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SENIORS 




Katherine Reeves SHERroAN 
The heart that is soonest awake to the 
flowers 

Is alwa>-s the first to be touched b\ the 
thorns. 




Jennie Lynn Smith 
Kindle the lamp of love with thy life. 




Sunny Shillinglaw 
All things come 'round to him who will 
but wait. 




Pamela Holmes Suluvan 
Well, vou've got to be in this life, if you 
see what I mean. 





Gail Elizabeth Trickett 
Oh, it's nice to get up in the mornin', 
But it's nicer to lie in bed. 



Margaret Allison Thompson 
No mailer if you're born to play the king 
or pawn. 

For the line is thinly drawn 'tween joy and 
sorrow. 

So my fantasy becomes reality. 
And I must be what I must be and face 
tomorrow. 




ELrzABETH Van Volkenblroh 
I've looked at life from both sides now. 
From up and down, and still somehow. 
It's life's illusions I recall; 
I really don't know life at all. 



Ann Gay Watson 
■you are not likely to find the flowers of 
happiness around the corner if you fail 
to see tho.se now at your feet 



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SENIORS 




Julia Harrison Webber 
I'll continue to continue to pretend 
That life will never end 
And flowers never bend with the rainfall. 





Elizabeth Lindsley White 
Dreaming on cushions of velvet and satin 
To music by magic by people that happen 
To enter the world of a strange purple 
jello 

The dreams as they live them are all mel- 
low yellow. 



Betty Ann Wetland 
Great Spirit, help me never to judge an- 
other until I have walked in his moccasins 
for two weeks. 




Paula Clay Whitson 
There's too much on my mind 
I'm thinking all the time 
It seems there's more to life than just to 
live it. 



Eleanor Doyne Whitworth 
Eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow ye 
may die. 



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Most Original 
PAULA WHITSON 



Friendliest 
TINA.CUMMINGS 



SENIOR 
SUPERLATIVES 




Most Sophisticated 
CAMILLE CORE 



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Biggest Partv Gal 
POLLY CRAIG 




Best All 'Round 
JANE BUCHANAN 



Most Athletic 
SUNNY SHILLINGLAW 



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SENIOR 
SUPERLATIVES 



Best Dressed 

CORNELIA BREEDLOVE 



Most Likely to Succeed 
BARBARA MEACHAM 




Most Popular 
SALLY DORRIS 



Most Beautiful 
KATHLEEN PATRICK 



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Most Gracious 
SHEALIA PHILLIPS 



Most Responsible 
MARY FOLLTN 




Most Talented 
DEBBIE RODGERS 



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JUNIOR CLASS 
OFFICERS 

GR.\CE PAINE President 

C\TW\ RULE Vice-President 

JEANNIE CR-\\\'FORD Secretary 

L^NN LANDRUM Treasurer 

NETTIE BERRY Athletic Manager 

PEGG^' DA\ ITT Chaplain 

NORMA SMITH Sergeant -at -Arms 

MRS. WOLERY Sponsor 




Mrs. Wolen. Bern. Smith. Paine. Crawford. Landrum. Rule. Davitt. 



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JUNIORS 

Susie Andrews 
Sheri Anglea 
Beth Aydelott 
Laura Barton 



Bennie Batson 
Nettie Berry 
Linde Bracey 
Beth Brandon 



Barbara Brown 
Ruthie Brown 
Ann Buchanan 
Helen Burrus 



Keeble Caroland 
Parkesy Casselbury 
Emmy Collins 
Martha Cortner 



Jane Craig 
Jeannie Crawford 
Kathy Crofton 
Peggy Davitt 



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JUNIORS 

Invin Edwards 

Sand\ Feustel 

Kathy Foster 

Florence Giftord 



Connie Graft" 

Kathy Grant 

Emmy Greer 

Lvnn Greer 



Lawren Groce 

Ginger Harris 

Margo Hill 

Grace Ir\in 



Bridget Jadwick 

Betsy Jewell 

Jean Louise Jones 

Dorothv Keenan 



Carroll Knox 

Lynn Landrum 

Bobbie Lawrence 

Nancy LeQuire 




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JUNIORS 

Lynda LeRoue 
Cindy LeRoy 
Sarah Naylor 
Nancy Nunnelley 



Grace Paine 
Stephenie Pappas 
Beth Parrish 
Delia Perry 



Patti Pigg 
Ellen Pitts 
Mary Helen Powell 
Liza Reynolds 



Mary Ridley 
Retha Rudolph 
Cathy Rule 
Janie Rule 



Martha Sanders 
Mary Sanford 
Suzanne Sims 
Carolyn Smartt 



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JUNIORS 



Norma Smith 

Sarah Smith 

Susie Snell 

Ginger Steele 



Rachel Steele 

Susan Ste\ens 

Beth Tanner 

Leslie Traushber 



Laura Trickett 

Catey \an der Naillen 

Karen Vaughn 

Margaret Weaver 



Joan Wheeler 
Miriam Woods 




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SOPHOMORE 
CLASS OFFICERS 

CLAIRE BRITTAIN President 

ANN SHERMAN Vice-President 

BECKY IRVIN Secretary 

BETH LEWIS Treasurer 

GRACE RIDDELL Athletic Manager 

SUE SADLER Chaplain 

GIGl PLAXICO Sergeant-at-Arms 

MRS. SKAGGS Sponsor 



Sitting; Brittain. Irvin. Riddell. Kneeling; Mrs. Skaggs. Sherman, Sadler, 
Lewis, Plaxico. 




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Alma Alexander 
Bebe Allen 
Jo Anderson 
Dede Beasley 



Sarah Beasley 
Marilyn Blackman 
Martha Bolster 
Bobbi Bracewell 



Claire Brittain 
Elaine Brown 
Jane Bryan 
Shelley Buford 



Kim Chapman 
Glory Clark 
Anne Cooper 
'Ml Patsy Corn 




Margaret Cortner 
Connie Couch 
Peggy Craig 
Lou Dickinson 



SOPHOMORES 



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Beih Diveley 

Mary Lynn Dobson 

Margaret Doubleday 

Elizabeth Dver 



Janet E\'ans 

Cile Farrar 

Bea FillebrowTi 

Vicki Flanagan 



Candv Floyd 

Kathy Follin 

Missy Fort 

Susan Handly 



Martha Lynn Haury 

Melissa Herod 

Holly Hill 

Katie Hudson 



Becky Irvin 
Sherr\ Irvin 
Lucy Keeble 
Craig Kelley 




SOPHOMORES 



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Sallie King 
Beth Lewis 
Leeann Logan 
Fran Longhurst 



Chrissie McClure 
Teresa McGowan 
Eve McMurray 
Barbara Martin 



Louise Martin 
Roberta Mathews 
Ehzabeth Miller 
Debbie Moench 



Lisa Morrissey 
Missy Nesbitt 
Mary Anne Ogles 
Susan Parrish 



Cathy Pearson 
Judy Perry 
Rose Marie Pindar 
Gigi Plaxico 



SOPHOMORES 



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Kelmin Quails 
Anne Ramse\- 
Grace Riddell 
Liza Robison 



\'emon Rose 

Sue Sadler 

Jodie Sartor 

Peggy Selph 



Betsv Shapiro 

Ann Sherman 

Beth Shoulders 

Jane Smiley 



Jessee Smith 

Mimi Stone 

Mary Tigert 

Margie Van Sicklen 



Margaret Weesner 

Mary Ellen Wemyss 

Athalie White 




SOPHOMORES 



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Mrs. Galgano. McPherson, L. Robinson, Hinton. E. Thompson, S. 
Shoulders. Muggins. 

FRESHMAN 
CLASS OFFICERS 

SUS.AN SHOULDERS President 

E.MILY THO.MPSON Vice-President 

ROBBIE Mcpherson Secretary 

ALICE HINTON Treasurer 

S.ALLIE HUGGINS Athletic Manager 

LIBBY ROBINSON Chaplain 

CATHY ELLIS Sergeant -at -Arms 

MRS. GALGANO Sponsor 




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FRESHMEN 



Kristin Allbright 
Beth Atkins 
Nancy Barnes 
Nellie Batson 



Jane Berry 
Ellen Brittain 
Ginger Byrn 
Anne Winn Caldwell 



Beth Collins 
Lynn Comer 
Lisa Cowan 
Debbie Daugherty 



Debbie Denson 
Dottie Diveley 
Leslie Doster 
Emily Duvier 



Lou Elam 
Cathy Ellis 
Debbie Feustel 
Alison Fields 



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FRESHMEN 



Sabele Foster 

Adelaide Fowler 

Candy Garrison 

Man Lea Gibson 



Mimi Grant 
Nancy Griffith 
Susan Hancock 

Emih- Henrv 



Janie Hibbett 
Alice Hinton 
Molly Howell 

Sallie Hugsins 



Cynthia Hunt 
Peggy James 
Rita Johnston 
Betsy Keeling 



Mar)' Palmer Keiley 

Robbie McPherson 

Marsha Massie 

Brenda Morel 




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FRESHMEN 



Libby Napier 
Roberta Oakley 
Floy Oliver 
Gray Oliver 



Sheri Pace 
Cindy Parker 
Susan Patten 
Carol Pearson 



Suzy Peeples 
Cissy Pickering 
Penny Pilkington 
Mary Pirtle 



Jenny Ransom 
Diana Reed 
Elaine Reynolds 
Sarah Ridley 



Emmie Robinson 
Libby Robinson 
Lynn Sanders 
Betsy Sanford 



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FRESHMEN 



Louise Sharp 

Mamie Sheridan 

Susan Shoulders 

Susan Smith 



Katherine Sperr\ 

Laurie Steele 

Shannon Stoney 

Kim Sumner 



Donna Tanner 

Betsy Tarpley 

Cindy Thacker 

Anne Thomas 



Emily Thompson 

Deborah Thornton 

Tricia Tichenor 

Frannie Tipton 



Martha Watts 

Claire Webber 

Kathy Williams 

Anne Worrell 




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EIGHTH GRADE: Foreman, Treasurer; Tipton, Secretary; Dowden, 
Chaplain; P. Allen, Sergeant-at-Arms; Holcomb, President; C. Ward, 
Activity Coordinator; Kelley, Chaplain; Mrs. Ward, Sponsor; Landstreet, 
Vice-President. 



SEVENTH GRADE: Pace, Secretary; Scoville, Sergeant-at-Arms; Van 
der Naillen, Vice-President; Daugherty, President; Comer, Chaplain; 
Paris, Treasurer; Roy, Activity Coordinator; Mrs. Bruno, Sponsor. 



MIDDLE SCHOOL 
CLASS OFFICERS 




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EIGHTH 
GRADE 

Bettve Abernathy 
Elizabeth Abernathy 
Patti Allen 

Missy Alston 



Lisa Anderson 
Anne Bailey 
Catherine Beasley 
Tricia Bennett 



Carolyn Blackman 
Jane Bounds 
Lee-Lee Bright 
Cathy Cate 



Cathy Dale 
Anne Davis 
Lisa Doster 
Sally Doubleday 



Janie Dowden 
Susan Duvier 
Vickie Estes 
Jill Farringer 



Melody Fite 
Jane Foreman 
Mary Jo Freeman 
Jan Geny 



EIGHTH 
GRADE 

Lynn Goodroe 

Bebe Graham 

Sally Handlan 

Nell Anne Harwood 



Connie Heard 

Debbie Hill 

Libby Hobbs 

Tare Hogue 



Bowen Holcomb 

Leslie Jones 

Josephine Kelley 

Connie King 



Jane Landstreet 

Saundra Lee 

Valerie LeWitt 

Leigh Lineberger 



Mandy McFarlin 

Mary Lee Maddin 

Katy Martin 

Carol Medwedeff 



Linda Miller 

Carla Mills 

Judy Moore 

Kristi Morgan 





EIGHTH 
GRADE 

Marty Parham 
Laura Parrish 
Patty Pearson 
Karen Pitts 



Prudy Ross 
Jerri Rule 
Mary Simpson 
Connie Skinner 



Pam Smiley 
Cindy Smith 
Douglass Smith 
Laura Smith 



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Ann Tipton 


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Becky White 
Missy Whitehead 



Laura Whitson 
Terry Whittle 
Karen Wood 



SEVENTH 
GRADE 

Donna Allen 

Susan Andrews 

Tina Ballow 

Mary Susan Berry 



Betsy Billips 
Kathy Bolster 
Kennie Boone 

Betsy Boston 



Jennye Burrus 

Mary Margaret Caldwell 

Jeri Campbell 

Karin Coble 



Lori Comer 

Barbara Couch 

Adell Crowe 

Ellen Daugherty 



Beth Davis 

Debbie Dean 

Cora Dobson 

Lynn Farrar 



Sandy Farringer 

Ellen Fillebrown 

Lucie Flautt 

Mary Del Frank 





SEVENTH 
GRADE 

Susan Gibson 
Mary Eleanor Grote 
Amy Hall 
Mary Alice Harbison 

Anita Harrell 
Trish Harrison 
Mary Young Haymore 
Julie Herrington 



Cheryl Hickey 
Sallie Hicks 
Keith King 
Madelyn Kinnard 



Sarah Lashlee 
Jean Macmillan 
Carney McCreery 
Coleman Miller 



Margaret Millis 
Vicki Mills 
Betty Morel 

Nancy Neil 



Karen Norling 
Debbie O'Donnell 
Kim Pace 
Ginger Paris 



SEVENTH 
GRADE 

Patricia Parker 

Laurie Payne 

Frances Roy 

Martha Sanders 

Charlyne Savage 

Blair Scoville 

Marcia Severance 

Karen Shanks 



Buntin Sneed 

Lilli Steele 

Mardie Street 

Claire Templeton 



Laurie Thompson 

Heather Thome 

Holly Thome 

Cathy Tosh 



Anne Tuley 

Cathy Tyne 

Vicky Van der Naillen 

Cathy Van Eys 



Adrienne Webster 
Lisa Wright 





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STUDENT 
COUNCIL 

This year the Student Council performed its usual duties 
in planning the Tea Dance, the All-Club Picnic, and exe- 
cuting the Honor Code. But also, this year, the responsible 
group of student representatives was besieged with innu- 
merable "suggestions." These suggestions ranged from re- 
quests for new pencil sharpeners to additions to the school's 
curriculum. The Student Council handled these very well, 
making changes where possible and appropriate. The Stu- 
dent Council has certainly played a changing role in its 
effort to represent an increasingly concerned student body. 



REPRESENTATIVES 



Quinn. Buchanan. Meacham. Miss Mountfort. 



OFFICERS 

BARBARA MEACHAM President 

JANE BUCHANAN Vice-President 

JUDY QUINN Secretary-Treasurer 

MISS MOUNTFORT Sponsor 



Sabele Foster 
Kathy Grant 
Lee Harris 
Katie Hudson 
Beth Lewis 
Missy Nesbitt 
Ellen Oakes 
Debbie Rodgers 



Sue Sadler 

Martha Schull 

Sara Smith 

Beth Tanner 

Donna Tanner 

Emilv Thompson 

Karen Vaughn 



Front: Sadler, Vaughn, Lewis, Sara Smith, K. Grant, Back: Hudson, B. 
Tanner, L. Harris, E. Thompson, S. Foster, D. Tanner, Rodgers, Oakes, 
Schull, Nesbitt. 




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Linn. I. Dickinson, Dodd, Barton, Paine, Keenan, Landrum, Crawford, 
J. Webber, Hobbs, McCreery, L. Thompson. 



1969 
MILESTONES 



Cornelius, Whitson, Van Volkenburgh, Miss Penny, J. Diveley. 




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EDITORS 

PAULA WHITSON Managing Editor 

SUSAN CORNELIUS Business Manager 

JENNY DIVELEY Photography Editor 

LIZ VAN VOLKENBURGH Copy Editor 



STAFF 



Karen Allbright 
Laura Barton 
Jeannie Crawford 
Ida Dickinson 
Jean Dodd 
Libby Hobbs 



Dorothy Keenan 

Lynn Landrum 

Mary Louise Linn 

Carney McCreery 

Grace Paine 

Laurie Thompson 

Julia Webber 



What goes on behind the mysterious door at the top of 
the stairs is one of the biggest and most curiosity-provoking 
secrets in the school . . . would you believe one of the 
smallest? By looking through the keyhole you can see that 
the annual combines hobby with duty in its effort to pro- 
duce a lasting and enjoyable yearbook. 




Mr>. Ouarson. Man. Louise Linn. 



HONOR 
SOCIETY 

The Honor Society made its customary contribution to the 
school this year in arranging our weeicly chapel programs. 
In addition to setting an example for upper school students, 
the Honor Society members carried a little of their idealism 
into the Middle School by speaking at their chapel pro- 
grams. 



MEMBERS 



Jane Buchanan 
Susan Cornelius 
Beth McCarley 
Barbara Meacham 
Merrie Morrissey 



Ellen Oakes 

Jane Peeler 

Judy Quinn 

Martha Schull 



OFFICERS 

MARY LOUISE LINN President 

ALLISON THOMPSON Vice-President 

JENNIE BOWMAN Secretary 

DEBBIE RODGERS Treasurer 

LEE HARRIS Chaplain 

LIZ VAN VOLKENBURGH Sergeant -at -Arms 

MRS. OTTARSON Sponsor 



First Row: Quinn. Van Volkenburgh, Rodgers, A. Thompson, L. Harris, 
Bowman. McCarley. Second Row: Meacham. Cornelius. M. Morrissey, 
Schull. Third Row: Buchanan. L. Howard. Peeler. 




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PENSTAFF 

One of the few special interest clubs at Harpeth Hall, 
Penstaff strives to stimulate an interest in creative writing, 
not only among the members themselves, but throughout 
the entire school. To achieve this goal, the club presents 
an annual fall assembly, this year featuring the "Penstaff 
Coffee House," as well as publishing Hallmarks, the school 
literary magazine. Because entry into Penstaff is competi- 
tive and based on talent in creative writing, the members 
are always enthusiastic about their projects and eager to 
share their original ideas with others. 




Anglea, Mrs. Keys, Keenan, Grant. 



Peggy Campbell 
Grace Paine 
Susan Cornelius 
Judy Quinn 
Jeannie Crawford 



MEMBERS 

Rachel Steele 
Peggy Davitt 
Margaret Weaver 
Merrie Morrissey 
Paula Whitson 



OFFICERS 

DOROTHY KEENAN President 

SHERI ANGLEA Vice-President 

KATHY GRANT Secretarv-Treasurer 

MRS. KEYS '. . . Sponsor 



First Row: Cornelius, Morrissey, Quinn, Whitson, Crawford. Second Row: 
Davitt, Weaver, Campbell, Paine, R. Steele. 




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From: C. Brittain. Shaffer. Miss McMum. M. Morrissey. Meacham. 
Back: L. Howard, Shillinglaw. Linn. S. Shoulders. Gwinn, Paine, Keenan. 
Sot Pictured: B. Griffithr 



PRESIDENTS' COUNCIL 

MARGIE SHAFFER President 

.\1ERR1E MORRISSEY Vice-President 

MISS McMURRY Sponsor 



ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOARD 

SUNNY SHILLINGLAW President 

VIRGINIA DALE Vice-President 

CAMILLE HARLIN Secrelarv-Treasurer 

MISS CHADWELL '. . . Sponsor 

From: Miss Patty. Shillinglaw, Harlin, Dale, Cummings. Back: Dodd, 
Manier, Weiland. Riddell, Berry. Sanders. 




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LE CERCLE FRANCAIS 

ELEANOR WHITWORTH La Presidente 

MARTHA SCHULL La Vice-Presidente 

JANE GWINN La Secretaire 

MLLE. MIMS La Sponsor 

MME. CALDWELL La Sponsor 



EL CIRCULO ESPANOL 



KAREN ALLBRIGHT La Presidente 

BECKY MONTAGUE La Vice-Presidente 

DEBBIE RODGERS La Secretaria 

SR. PAVIA El Patrocinador 



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JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE 

G.-ML TRICKETT Consul 

SHE.A.LI.-\ PHILLIPS Praelor 

USA MORRISSEY Quaestor 

.\NN DENSON Scriba 

VERNON ROSE Pontifex Maximus 

MRS. FR.\ZER Sponsor 

BEBE .ALLEN Aedile 

MRS. OTT.\RSON Sponsor 



SCIENCE CLUB 

BETSY WEILAND President 

MARTHA SCHULL Vice-President 

PEGGY CAMPBELL Secretary-Treasurer 

MISS FELKEL ', . Sponsor 

MISS MOUNTFORT Sponsor 

MRS. PENNINGTON Sponsor 



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DEBBIE RODGERS President 

TINA CUMMINGS Vice-President 

CANDY BALL Sergeant -at -Arms 

JULIA WEBBER Sergeant -at -Arms 




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FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB 

SABELE FOSTER President 

DEBBIE FEUSTEL Sergeant-at-Arms 

EMILY DUVIER Sergeant-at-Arms 




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OFFICERS 

PEG LAUDERDALE President 

JEAN DODD Vice-President 

CAMILLE HARLIN Secretary-Treasurer 

MRS. PARTEE Sponsor 





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ANGKOR 




MERRIE MORRISSEY 

President 



BETSY WEILAND 
Athletic Manager 



ANN DENSON MISS EWING 

Sergeanl-At-Arnts Sponsor 



i. Anderson. AvdelolU Bolster. Brandon. E. Brown. A. Buchanan. J. 
Buchanan. Dale. Daugherty. Davitt. B. Diveley. D. Diveley, J. Diveley. 
Dobson. Dver. Edwards. Candy Farrar. Cile Farrar. Fort. S. Foster. 
Goodroe. E. Greer. Hancock. M. Hill. Hudson. Hunt. Jewell. Keeble, 
LeRoue. Logan. L. Martin. Massie. McPherson. Miller, L. Morrissey. 
Oakes. B. Oliver. F. Oliver. G. Oliver. Paine. Pappas. Parker. B. Parrish. 
S. Pamsh. Patten. C. Pearson. D. Perry. Pickering. Pigg. Pinder, Pirtle. 
Plaxico. Quinn. Ramsey. RiddelL M. Ridley. S. Ridley. Rose, C. Rule. 
Schull. M. Sheridan. Jenny .Smith. Stone. Tarpley, Thacker, Watts, 
Weaver. C. Webber. J. Webber. Williams. 




ARISTON 





BECKY GRIFFITH 


SHEALIA PHILLIPS 


CAMILLE CORE 


JULIET MABRY 


KATY MANIER 


SARA QUICK 


MRS, FRAZER 


President 


Vice-Presidenl 


Secrelarv 


Treasurer 


Athletic Manager 


Sergeant-al-A rms 


Sponsor 




L. Anderson. N. Berry, Bracey, Buford. Caldwell, Casselbury, Chapman, 
B. Collins, Cooper, Corn, Margaret Cortner, Martha Conner, J. Craig, 
Crawford. Cummings, Delony, Dorris, Fields, Finks. Gibson. Graff, C. 
Grant, M. Grant. L. Greer. N. Griffith, H. Hill, A. Howard. B. Irvin. 
G. Irvin. Jadwick. James. Johnston, Jones. Keeling, Kennard, King, 
LeQuire, Lewis, Mathews. McCarley. Moench, Nesbitl, Ogles, Peeples, 
J. Perry, Quails, Reed, E. Reynolds, L. Reynolds, B. Sanford, M. Sanford, 
Selph. Shapiro. Shillinglaw, Sims, Smartt, Jessee Smith, S. Smith, Snell, 
Sperry, Stoney, Sumner, Thomas, Van Volkenburgh, Weesner, Wheeler, 
Whitworth, Worrell. 



ECCOWASIN 




JANE GWINN 


PATTY ISENHOL R 


GAIL TRICKETT 


JENNIE BOWMAN 


JE\N DODD 


POLLY CRAIG 


MISS MIMS 


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Snrclan 


Treasurer 


Alhtelic Manager 


Sergeant-al-Arms 


Sponsor 




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Allen. Barnes. Barton. D. Beasley. S. Beasley. Blackman. C. Britlain. E. 
Briltain. R. Brown. Bym. Caroland. Claiborne. Clark. Cornelius. Peggy 
Craig. I. Dickinson. L. Dickinson. Doubledav. Duvier. Duncan. Evans. 
B. Fillebrown. P. Fillebrown. .A. Flanagan. V. Flanagan. Gifford. Groce. 
Handly. Haur\, Henr\. Herod. Hicks. Hinton. Huggins. M. Kelley. 
Knox, Landrum, Lauderdale. LeRoy. McClure. McMurray, Meacham, 
.Montague. Napier. Nunnelley. Oakley. Pace. L. Robinson. Robison, 
Rodgers. Rudolph. L. Sanders. Sharp, N. Smith. S. Smith. L. Steele. R. 
Steele. Stevens. A. Thompson. E. Thompson. Thornton. Tichenor. Tigert, 
Tipton. Traughber. L. TricketU Van der Naillen. Vaughn. Wemvss. B. 
White, Woods. 








TRIAD 




MARGIE SHAFFER CANDY BALL MARY LOUISE LINN LEE HARRIS MARTHA SANDERS PEGGY McLAIN 

President lice-President Secretary Treasurer Athletic Manager Sergeant -at-Arins 



MISS FELKEL 




Alexander, Karen Allbright, Kristin AllbrighL Andrews, Anglea, Atkins, 
B. Batson, N. Batson, J. Berry, Bracewell, Breedlove, B. Brown, Brvan. 
Burrus, Campbell, Carlisle, E. Collins, Comer, Couch, Cowan. Crofton, 
D. Denson, Doster, Elam, Ellis, D. Feustel, S. Feustel, Floyd, K. Follin, 
M. Follin, K. Foster, Fowler, Garrison, Groves, G. Harris, Hibbett, L. 
Howard, M. Howell, S. Irvin, Keenan, C. Kelley, Lawrence, Longhurst, 
McGowan, B. Martin, Morel, Naylor, C. Pearson, Peeler, Pilkington, Pitts, 
Powell, Ransom, E. Robinson. J. Rule, Sadler. Sartor, Sherman. B. 
Shoulders. S. Shoulders, Smiley, G. Steele, Sullivan. B. Tanner. D. Tan- 
ner. Van Sicklen, Watson. A. White, Whitson. 




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MIDDLE SCHOOL COUNCIL 



From: Laurie Payne, Jeri Campbell, Mary Del Frank, Blair Scoville, 
Debbie Deen. Miss Fessey. Back: Amy Hall, Patty Pearson, Connie 
Skinner, Susan Tosh, Cathy Dale, Bettye Abernathy. 



HAPPENING STAFF 



From: Anne Davis, Barbara Couch, Laurie Thompson, Lynn Farrar, 
Libby Hobbs, Mrs. Ward, Back: Beth Davis, Karen Shanks, Mary Alice 
Harbison, Amy Hall. Jill Farringer, Bettye Abernathy, Miss Van Volken- 
burgh. 








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ANGKOR 

KATY MARTIN President 

KARIN COBLE Vice-President 

BEBE GRAHAM Secretary 

CLAIBORNE WARD Treasurer 

ELLEN DAUGHERTY Sergeant -at -Arms 

JUDY MOORE Activity Co-ordinator 

MISS SULLIVAN Sponsor 



First Row: Lineberger, S. Farringer, Heard, L. Miller, Dowden, E. Tosh, 
Mrs. Russell. Second Row: Caldwell, Farrar, Savage, Tyne, Boston, Dob- 
son, Street, V. Mills, C. Smith, Anderson, White, Medwedeff, Alston, 
Bounds, Freeman, Webster. Third Row: Shanks, Hobbs, Tuley, Hall, 
Berry, Deen, Burrus, Morgan, Gibson, Ross, Billips, Parham, Kinnard. 




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First Row: Miss Sullivan, Ward, Graham, Martin, Daugherty, Coble, 
Moore. Second Row: Ballow, Norhng, Bolster, MiUis, Scoville, E. Aber- 
nathy, Frank, Van Eys, Holly Thome, Wright, Herrington, O'Donnell, 
Heather Thome, Harbison, Harrison. Third Row: Jones, Fite, Pearson, 
Dale, Foreman, Parrish, L. Smith, Woods, Bennett, S. Tosh, Payne, 
Simpson, B. Abernathy, Goodroe. 



ARISTON 



LINDA MILLER President 

SANDY FARRINGER Vice-President 

CONNIE HEARD Secretary 

LEIGH LINEBERGER Treasurer 

JANIE DOWDEN Sergeant -at -Arms 

ELLEN TOSH Activity Co-ordinator 

MRS. RUSSELL Sponsor 



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First Row: Miss Jones. Handlan. Hogue. Bright. Fillebrown. B. Davis. 
Van der Naillen. K.. King. Second Row: Flautt. McCreerv'. Doubleday. 
.■\. Da\is. Whitehead. MacMillan. Harrell. Boone. Roy. Paris. Grote. 
Hicks. Crowe. Lee. Du\ier. Cate. r/i/r^/ ^ou; Bailey. C. King, Blackman, 
.Andrews. Lashlee. Pace. Steele. Tipton, Trabue. Beasley, C. Mills, Har- 
wood. Estes. 



TRIAD 

MARY LEA MADDIN President 

DEBBIE HILL Vice-President 

MANDY McFARLIN Secretary 

CATHY TOSH Treasurer 

JERRI RULE Sergeant -at -Arms 

DONN.A ALLEN Activity Co-ordinator 

MISS VINING Sponsor 



ECCOWASIN 



LEE-LEE BRIGHT President 

ELLEN FILLEBROWN Vice-President 

KEITH KING Secretary 

VICKY VAN DER NAILLEN Treasurer 

SALLY HANDLAN Sergeant -at -Arms 

TERE HOGUE Activity Co-ordinator 

MISS JONES Sponsor 



Firs! Row: Miss Vining. C. Tosh, D. Allen. Maddin, Hill, McFarlin, Rule. 
Second Row: Couch, Thompson, C. Templeton, Hickey, Morel, Sneed, 
Neil, Le Witt, Skinner, Geny, Comer, Whittle, Smiley, Sanders, C. Miller. 
Third Row: Whitson. Campbell. Parker, P. Allen, Holcomb, Landstreet, 
Kelley, J. Farringer, Stevenson, Pitts, Doster, D. Smith, Severance, Hay- 



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KATIE WRAY 
AWARD 



Mary Louise Linn 

The Katie Wray Award is given to the girl who has 
maintained the highest four-year scholastic average. 
Everyone agrees that there could be no better person 
than Mary Louise Linn to receive this honor. But Mary 
Louise is more than the typical valedictorian. Her sin- 
cerity and concern for others have gained her many 
friends who are proud to see Mary Louise earn this 
award. 



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CITIZENSHIP 
BRACELET 



Barbara Meacham 

The Citizenship Bracelet is awarded annually to the 
girl who has achieved the highest number of citizenship 
points in her four years at Harpeth Hall. Barbara Mea- 
cham is truly deserving of this award, not only because 
of her excellent leadership but also because of her kind- 
ness and sincerity— all of which have made her contribu- 
tion to Harpeth Hall very great. 



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Grace Paine; Blair Scoville, Herald. 



LADY OF THE HALL 
AND HER COURT 



The Lady of the Hall and her Attendants are selected by their 
classmates as those girls who best represent the ideals of Harpeth 
Hall. Barbara Meacham was elected Lady of the Hall, and her 
Court was composed of Lucia Howard. Grace Paine, Sue Sadler, 
and Susan Shoulders. From the Middle School, Blair Scoville and 
Lee Lee Bright were Heralds. The fine qualities of these seven 
girls have won them respect and admiration at Harpeth Hall, and 
they will serve as excellent representatives of the school wherever 
they may be. 



Left: Kalhryn Sophronia Carpenter. Flower Girl: Barbara Meacham. Lady of the 
Hall: Patricia Hunter Eggleston, Flower Girl. 



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NATIONAL MERIT 
SCHOLARSHIP FINALISTS 
AND COMMENDEES 

One of the \en special honors gi\ en to a few girls in the 
Senior Class is that ot^National Merit Scholarship Finalist. 
The results of the examination taken last vear were an- 
nounced this fall, and we learned that two Seniors had 
placed among the top one percent of the nation's partici- 
pants. The eight students who placed in the top two percent 
of those who took part in the program were honored as 
Commendees. These competent girls should be congratu- 
lated. 




Silling: Schull. Duncan. Campbell. Polly Craig. Standing: Peeler. Van 
Volkenburah. Whilson. B. White. 



A. Thompson. L. Howard. 





Special Events 



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REGISTRATION WEEK 




TEA DANCE 




MAFIA PARTY 



GEORGE WASHINGTON'S 
BIRTHDAY 



PARKESEY CASSELBURY 

Martha Washington 

FLORENCE GIFFORD 

George Washington 





Under the direction of Miss Patty, and with 
the assistance of Mrs. Galgano, the freshman 
class presented its annual George Washing- 
ton pageant to the school and its guests. 
Parkesey Casselbury and Florence Gifford as 
Martha and George were this year's distin- 
guished honorees. The occasion was livened 
by the soldiers' drill, the sailors' hornpipe, 
and the minuet. 




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A dark auditorium, nen'ous excitement, a piano roll, then 
hot lights . . . here come da judge . . . getting to the trial 
on time . . . the evidence is against us . . . playing re- 
cords in the language lab . . . dyeing the wigs red . . . - 
detoured from the tea dance . . . wonder, wonder what 
to do, do, do . . . frantic moments . . . pardoned by 
Pedro ... a second chance ... a grand finale— the vic- 
tory ours . . . proud Seniors. 





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JUNIOR PLAY 

Who ever heard of a pink computer? . . . Come on baby, 
write my theme . . . exhaustion mingled with strength 
. . . O.K., who hid the procranimator? . . . smelly red 
socks . . . How do you get six vegetables on stage any- 
way? . . . Somebody give Slobbo a pretzel . . . THAT 
WAS VERY KIND OF YOU, BURP . . . nuts and bolts, 
nuts and bolts . . . tears that came too easily . . . thirty 
seconds . . . BOOM . . . whirr . . . candles fading to- 
gether. 




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The Sophomore Play, presented by Mrs. Williams' 
Sophomore Speech Class, is undoubtedly one of the 
most exciting events of graduation weekend. This year's 
presentation of Alice in Wonderland helped end the 
school year on a lively and amusing note. 



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STEP SINGING 





The Senior Banquet gave the Seniors one last chance to laugh 
and talk together with poems and toasts before leaving Harpeth 
Hall. A few days after the banquet the Senior Class handed over 
both the responsibihties and the privileges of being the leaders 
of the school to the Class of 1970 at the Step Singing ceremonies. 
Following this last obligation, the Class of 1969 had only to prepare 
for graduation the next day. 




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GRADUATION 



Graduation. The cycle of change has brought us, still 
a little baffled at its swiftness, to that final point where 
childhood can no longer be our excuse. Tomorrow we must 
rise to face the new responsibilities of this change, leaving 
behind only a soft rose petal to mingle with the grasses 
that we wore down with our footsteps. 




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SENIOR INDEX 



KAREN KYLENE ALLBRIGHT 

Triad— Club Cheerleader 1; French Club 3. 4; Spanish Club 1, 2. 

3, 4, President 4; Science Club 4; Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Art Club 
1, 2, 3; MILESTONES 4: Class Cheerleader 4. "Karen." 

LINDA JEAN ANDERSON 

Ariston— Junior Classical League 2. 3, 4: French Club 2. 3, 4; Science 
Club 4: National Merit Scholarship Commendee 4. "Linda." 

CANDACE LORAYN BALL 

Triad— Club Cheerleader 1. Club Vice-President 4; French Club 3, 
4: Spanish Club 1 . 2, 3, 4: Science Club 4: Glee Club 2. 3, 4; Librarian 
4; Travel Group 2, 3, 4: Art Club 1, 2, 3. 4. "Candy." 

JENNIE GRAVES BOWMAN 

Eccowasin— Club Cheerleader 1, Club Treasurer 4; Junior Classical 
league 2. 3: French Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1. 4; 
Honor Society 4, Secretary 4. "Jennie." 

DOROTHY CORNELIA BREEDLOVE 

Triad— Club Cheerleader 1; Junior Classical League 4: Spanish Club 
1 . 2; Science Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1 , 2; Art Club 4; Class Cheerleader 

4. "Cornelia." 

RACHEL JANE BLACKMAN BUCHANAN 

Angkor— Club Cheerleader 1 ; Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; French 
Club 3: Science Club 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Travel Group 3; Art 
Club 3; Student Council Representative 1, Vice-President 4; Honor 
Society 4. "Jane." 

PEGGY ANN CAMPBELL 

Triad— Club Cheerleader 1; Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; French 
Club 3; Science Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Penstaff 4; Glee 
Club 1.2,3, Sergeant-at-Arms 1 ; Class Cheerleader 4; National Merit 
Scholarship Commendee 4. "Peggy." 

ANNE FORT GILMORE CARLISLE 

Triad— Junior Classical League 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 
4: Art Club 2. "Anne." 

LISA WARD CLAIBORNE 

Eccowasin— Transfer Student 3; Junior Classical League 3, Chaplain 
3: Science Club 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Class Cheerleader 3. "Lisa." 



MARGARET CAMILLE CORE 

Ariston— Transfer student 2; Club Secretary 4; French Club 4; Span- 
ish Club 2; Science Club 2: Glee Club 3, 4; Travel Group 3, 4; Class 
Cheerleader 3. "Camilla " 

SUSAN CORNELIUS 

Eccowasin— French Club 3. 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 
4. Glee Club 1,2, 3; MILESTONES 3, 4, Business Manager 4; Penstaff 
4; Honor Society 4; Sophomore Class Vice-President, "Susan," 

POLLY NELSON CRAIG 

Eccowasin— Club Cheerleader 1, Club Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Junior 
Classical League 2. 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 
3; Science Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Travel Group 3; Class 
Cheerleader 1; 1st in Spanish Contest 2; National Merit Scholarship 
Commendee 4. "Polly " 

TINA LYNNE CUMMINGS 

Ariston— Club Cheerleader 1; Junior Classical League 2, 4; French 
Club 4; Science Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, 
Travel Group 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association Board 4; Hockey Varsity 
2, 3, 4; Archery Varsity 1, 2, 3; Class Cheerleader 1, 2; Senior Class 
Athletic Manager. "Tina." 



VIRGINIA HOUSE DALE 

Angkor— Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Science 
Club 3, 4; Art Club 4; Athletic Association Board 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Volleyball Varsity 3, 4; Basketball Varsity 2, 3; Sophomore 
Class Athletic Manager; Sophie Dobson Award, Athletic 2, 3. "Vir- 
ginia," 

FRANCES RILEY DELONY 

Ariston— Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Science 
Club 4; Art Club 1, 3, 4, "Frances," 

ANN MILSTEAD DENSON 

Angkor— Club Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 4; Science Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. "Ann." 

IDA THOMPSON DICKINSON 

Eccowasin— Junior Classical League 2, 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; Science 
Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Art Club 4; MILESTONES 4; Badminton 
Varsity 3; Class Cheerleader 4. "Ida." 

VIRGINIA LYNN DIVELEY 

Angkor— Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; Science 
Club 3, 4; MILESTONES 3, 4, Photography Editor 4; Student Council 
Representative 3; Hockey Varsity 4; Bowling Varsity 4. "Jenny." 

JEAN HUSKE DODD 

Eccowasin— Club Cheerleader 1, Club Athletic Manager 4; Junior 
Classical League 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Science Club 4; Art Club 
1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; MILESTONES 4; Athletic Association 
Board 4; Basketball Varsity 3, 4; Volleyball Varsity 4; Class Cheer- 
leader 1, 2, 3; Senior Class Treasurer; School Cheerleader 3; Per- 
sonality of the Month 3, 4. "J.D." 

SARAH LOUISE DORRIS 

Ariston— Club Cheerleader 1, Club Spirit Award 1; Junior Classical 
League 2, 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Travel Group 3, 
4; Hockey Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Cheerteader 1, 2, 3; School 
Cheerleader 2. "Sally." 

MARGARET ANN DUNCAN 

Eccowasin— Club Cheerleader 1; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science 
Club 3; Glee Club 1 ; Art Club 1 ; Freshman Class Treasurer; National 
Merit Scholarship Commendee 4. "Meg." 

ANN CANDACE FARRAR 

Angkor— Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Science 
Club 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. "Candy." 



MARGARET McDANIEL FILLEBROWN 



Eccowasin— Junior Classical League 2, 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; Science 
Club 3, 4, "Peggy," 



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Ariston— Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Science 
Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2. 3; Art Club 4, "Mary Ellen." 



AMY CARLTON FLANAGAN 

Eccowasin— Transfer Student 2, 4; French Club 4. "Amy," 

MARY COBLE FOLLIN 

Triad— Club Cheerleader 1; Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; Spanish 
Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Travel Group 
3, 4; Student Council Representative 2; Presidents' Council 3; Fresh- 
man Class Secretary; Junior Class President; George Washington 
3. "Mary." 



SENIOR INDEX 



PAULA GAY GOODROE 

Angkor— Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Science 
Club 4; Art Club 1; Class Cheerleader 1, 2; Junior Class Secretary. 
"Gay." 

REBECCA ANN GRIFFITH 

Ariston— Club President 4; Club Spirit Award 3; Spanish Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Science Club 3, 4. "Becky." 

MARY McLEES GROVES 

Triad— Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Science 
Club 4; Glee Club 4; Hockey Varsity 3. "Mary." 

JANE HARVEY GWINN 

Eccowasin— Club Cheerleader 1, Club President 4; French Club 2, 
3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Science Club 4; Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3; Student Council Representative 3; Presidents' Council 
4; Junior Class Sergeant-at-Arms; Class Spirit Award 3. "Jane." 

MARY CAMILLE HARLIN 

Angkor— Club Cheerleader 1 , Club Vice-President 4; Junior Classical 
League 2; French Club 2, 3; Science Club 4; Glee Club 2; Art Club 

1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Athletic Association Board 1, 4, 
Secretary-Treasurer 4; Hockey Varsity 3, 4; Freshman Class Athletic 
Manager. "Camille." 

LEE MURRAY HARRIS 

Triad— Club Treasurer 4; Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; French 
Club 3, 4; Science Club 3; Honor Society 4, Chaplain 4; Sophie 
Dobson Award, Academic 3. "Lee." 

JULIA ANN HICKS 

Eccowasin— Junior Classical. League 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4, 
Science Club 4; Art Club 1, 2. "Judy." 

BEVERLY ALLENE HOWARD 

Ariston— Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Science 
Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2. "Allene." 

LUCIA ELIZABETH HOWARD 

Triad— Junior Classical League 2, 3; French Club 3, 4; Science Club 

2, 3; Art Club 1; Student Council Representative 2; Honor Society 
4; Presidents' Council 4; Senior Class President; Sophie Dobson 
Award, Academic 1, 2, 3; National Merit Scholarship Finalist 4. 
"Lucia." 

PATRICIA McCOLLUM ISENHOUR 

Eccowasin— Club Cheerleader 1 , Club Vice-President 4; Junior Clas- 
sical League 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Science Club 3; Glee Club 

3, 4; Art Club 1; Student Council Representative 1; Tennis Varsity 
3; Class Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Sophie Dobson Award, Athletic 3. 
"Patty." 

SUSAN COSETTE KENNARD 

Ariston— Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Science 
Club 4; Bowling Varsity 4. "Susan." 

MARGARET CRENSHAW LAUDERDALE 

Eccovyasin- Club Cheerleader 1; Junior Classical League 2; Spanish 
Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Class 
Cheerleader 2. "Peg." 

MARY LOUISE LINN 

Triad— Club Secretary 4; Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; French Club 
3, 4, Vice-President 3; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; MILE- 
STONES 4; Student Council Representative 2; Honor Society 4, 
President 4; Presidents' Council 4; Hockey Varsity 4; Sophie Dobson 



Award, Academic 1, 2, 3; State French Contest, 1st Place 2, Eta 
Sigma Phi Latin Award 2. "Mary Louise." 

ELIZABETH CHESTER McCARLEY 

Ariston— Club Cheerleader 1 ; Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; French 
Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Art Club 1,4.; Honor Society 4; Sopho- 
more Class Treasurer; Senior Class Vice-President; School Cheer- 
leader 3. "Beth." 

MARGARET SUSAN McLAIN 

Triad— Club Cheerleader 1; Club Spirit Award 1; Club Sergeant-at- 
Arms 4; Junior Classical League 2; French Club 2, 3; Science Club 
3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Librarian 1; Art Club 3, 4; Volleyball Varsity 
3; Table Tennis Varsity 3; Tennis Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior. Class 
Chaplain, Class Spirit Award 1. "Peggy." 

JULIET SHELBOURNE MABRY 

Ariston-Club Cheerleader 1, Club Treasurer 4; Junior Classical 
League 2; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3; Glee Club 1; Van- 
derbilt Math Contest, 5th Place 1, 9th Place 3. "Juliet." 

KATHERINE MARTIN MANIER 

Ariston-Club Athletic Manager 4; Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; 
French Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1,"2; Athletic 
Association Board 3, 4; Senior Class Sergeant-at-Arms. '"Katy." 

BARBARA BRENT MEACHAM 

Eccowasin— Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; 
Science Club 3; Art Club 1 ; Student Council Representative 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Presidents' Council 2, 4; Volleyball Varsity 3; Sophomore 
Class President; Representative to the Lady of the Hall 3. "Barbara." 

REBECCA JANE MONTAGUE 

Eccowasin— Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4, 
Vice-President 4; Science Club 3, 4; Class Cheerleader 4. "Becky." 

MERRIE LYNN MORRISSEY 

Angkor— Club Cheerleader 1, Club President 4; Junior Classical 
League 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Penstaff 
3, 4; Honor Society 4; Presidents' Council 4; Secretary-Treasurer 
4; Class Cheerleader 4; Junior Class Treasurer; Personality of the 
Month 1; Sophie Dobson Award, Academic 1, 2. "Merrie." 

ELLEN LISA OAKES 

Angkor— Club Cheerleader 1; Junior Classical League 2, 3; French 
Club 3, 4; Science Club 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Freshman Class Vice-Pre- 
sident; Junior Class Chaplain. "Ellen." 

BARBARA LANIER OLIVER 

Angkor— Club Cheerleader 1: Junior Classical League 3, 4; Science 
Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Class Cheerleader 4. "Barbara."' 

KATHLEEN PATRICK 

Angkor— Club Cheerleader 1, Club Treasurer 4; Junior Classical 
League 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Glee Club 
1, 2, 3. "Kathleen." 

JANE CAROL PEELER 

Triad— Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Science 
Club 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Vanderbilt Math 
Contest, 7th Place 1; National Merit Scholarship Commendee 4. 
"Jane." 

SHEALIA MARIE PHILLIPS 

Ariston-Club Cheerleader 1 . Club Vice-President 4: Junior Classical 
League 4, Treasurer 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Science Club 3; Class 
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; School Cheerleader 1, 2; Representative to the 
Lady of the Hall 2; Martha Washington 3. "Shealia." 



SENIOR INDEX 



SARA RUTH QUICK 

Ariston— Club Cheerleader 1, Club Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Junior Clas- 
sical League 2: French Club 4; Science Club 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3; 
Art Club 1. -Sara.' 

JUDITH DIANNE QUINN 

Angkor-Junior Classical League 2, 3. 4, Vice-President 3; French 
Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Science Club 4: Glee Club 1; Art Club 1; Penstaff 

3. 4: Student Council 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Honor Society 4; 
Hockey Varsity 1. 2, 3, 4; Volleyball Varsity 3; Basketball Varsity 1, 
2, 3; Tennis Varsity 1. 2, 3. 4; Junior Class Vice-President. "Judy." 

DEBORAH SUZANNE RODGERS 

Eccowasin— Club Cheerleader 1 : Junior Classical League 2; Spanish 
Club 2. 3. 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Science Club 3. 4; Glee Club 

2, 3, 4, President 4; Travel Group 2. 3. 4; Student Council Represen- 
tative 4; Honor Society 4. Treasurer 4; Class Cheerleader 3. "Deb- 
bie." 

MARTHA LEE SCHULL 

Angkor-French Club 1, 2, 3. 4. Vice-President 4; Science Club 3, 

4, Vice-President 4: Art Club 4; Student Council Representative 4; 
Honor Society 4; Riding Team 3, 4; Sophie Dobson Award, Academic 

1, 2; National Merit Scholarship Commendee. "Martha." 

MARY MARJORIE SHAFFER 

Triad-Club Cheerleader 1, Club President 4; Junior Classical 
League 2, 3. 4; French Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 
3; Presidents' Council 4. President 4; Class Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; 
Personality of the Month 2; Eta Sigma Phi Latin Award 2. "Margie." 

KATHERINE REEVES SHERIDAN 

Angkor— Club Cheerleader 1, Club Secretary 4; Junior Classical 
League 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Glee Club 

3, 4; Art Club 1; Class Cheerleader 1, 2. "Katherine." 

WAYNE SHILLINGLAW 

Ariston— Club Cheerleader 1; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 
3; Glee Club 1 ; Art Club 1 , 2; Presidents; Council 4; Athletic Associa- 
tion Board 3. 4, President 4; Tennis Varsity 2, 3, 4; Class Cheerleader 
2; Junior Class Athletic Manager; Sophie Dobson Award, Athletic 

2, 3. "Sunny." 

JENNIE LYNN SMITH 

Angkor-Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Science 
Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2. "Jennie." 

PAMELA HOLMES SULLIVAN 

Triad-Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Glee Club 
3; Art Club 1, 4; Archery Varsity 3. "Pam." 



MARGARET ALLISON THOMPSON 

Eccowasin— Junior Classical League 2; French Club 3, 4; Science 
Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1 , 2; Honor Society 4, Vice-President 4; Sophie 
Dobson Award, Academic 3; National Merit Scholarship Finalist 4. 
"Allison." 

GAIL ELIZABETH TRICKETT 

Eccowasin— Club Secretary 4; Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4, Se- 
cretary 3, President 4; French Club 4; Science Club 4; Glee Club 
3, 4; Class Cheerleader 1, 3; Sophomore Class Sergeant-at-Arms; 
School Cheerleader 1, 3; Eta Sigma Phi Latin Award 2. "Gail." 

ELIZABETH VAN VOLKENBURGH 

Ariston— Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Science 
Club 2, 3, 4; MILESTONES 3, 4, Copy Editor 4; Honor Society 4, 
Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Archery Varsity 2, 3; Sophie Dobson Award, 
Academic 2; National Merit Scholarship Commendee 4; Vanderbilt 
Math Contest, 6th place 1, 3rd place 2. "Liz." 

ANN GAY WATSON 

Triad— Transfer Student 4; French Club 4. "Ann Gay." 

JULIA HARRISON WEBBER 

Angkor— Junior Classical League 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Science 
Club 4; Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4; MILESTONES 4; 
Hockey Varsity 4. "Julia." 

BETTY ANN WEILAND 

Angkor— Club Athletic Manager 4; Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; 
French Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4, President 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 
3; Student Council Representative 2; Athletic Association Board 4; 
Hockey Varsity 3, 4; Freshman Class Sergeant-at-Arms; Sophomore 
Class Spirit Award; Sophie Dobson Award, Athletic 3. "Betsy." 

ELIZABETH LINDSLEY WHITE 

Eccowasin— Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; 
Science Club 4; Art Club 1. "Betsy." 

PAULA CLAY WHITSON 

Triad-Junior Classical League 2, 3; French Club 3, 4; Science Club 
4; Glee Club 1, 2, 4; MILESTONES 3, 4, Editor 4; Penstaff 1, 2, 3, 
4, President 3; Presidents' Council 3; Sophomore Class Secretary; 
National Merit Scholarship Commendee 4. "Paula." 

ELEANOR DOYNE WHITWORTH 

Ariston— French Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Science 
Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1; Senior Class Secretary. 
"Eleanor." 




FAREWELL 

All changes are not welcome. This year we are 
losing four of the teachers who have contributed 
much to the character of Harpeth Hall. Will we 
ever forget the good-humored discipline of Ro's 
study halls, gracious Mrs. Eggleston's stories of 
Ancient History, Miss Ewing's calm explanations 
of Euclid, or Mrs. Frazer's Caesar and inspiring 
side advice? We see them go with a sense of loss, 
but with gratitude for their contribution to the 
spirit of Harpeth Hall. 



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CLUB 



TRIAD 



134 




And look, this one's flunking too 



Mike . . . Mike ... is that you Mike? 




And I mean it y'all— gel to work. 



McMurray Steel Company 



Compliments 

of a 

Friend 



MARTHA 
WHITE 
FOODS 






Just 
Add Water 

10 CENTS 



Don & Phillip Hairstylists 

Patio Coiffures & Westgate 



291-3211 



352-5430 



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flaAnvilie LjphoiAteting Co. 

519 Demonbreum 

NASHVILLE, TENN. 37203 
PHONE: 244-1017 



BIG NAME... 




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136 



(^,What 
comes 
first? 




A. 



Our customers, of course! From window washing to 
sales meetings, our whole operation is planned so that 
when you shop at McClure's, you know you come first 
. . . because we care. 



JIM^€turc^s 



MADISON SQUARE • HILLSBORO VILLAGE • MADISON • FRANKLIN 



Seed-Bulbs 



Sifh-Candies 



The Garden Gate 
Garden and Gift Shop 

5109 Harding Road 

352-7770 

Lawn and Patio Accessories 

Chemicals Fertilizers 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



BEASLEY'S BEAUTY SALON 



98 Kenner Avenue 
AM 9-3222 



YATES PHARMACY 

PRESCRIPTIONS— LUNCHES 
COSMETICS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

291-9681 4104 Hillsboro Rd. 

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

BELLE MEADE 
HARDWARE CO. 

Harding Road 



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4102 HILLSBORO ROAD 
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 37215 



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137 



Day Phone 292-2381 

BIHNER'S 
COSTUME STUDIO 

FORMAL WEAR RENTAL SERVICE 

Costumes • Masks • Make-Up of All Kinds 

Tuxedos • Full Dress Suits • Cutaways 

Strollers • For Rent • Mail Order 

Promptly Filled 

2515 West End Ave. Nashville 5, Tenn. 




WHERE THE GOOD FOOD IS 

2222 HILLSBORO DRIVE 

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 37215 

TELEPHONE 297-7777/297-4000 



For Musical Instruments 

Guitars 

Amplifiers 

Band Instruments 

Drums 

Accordians 

Visit JOHN G. MILLER COMPANY 

1517 Church St. 

Near Coca Cola Plant 

AL-58603 



— ^ favorite for over 50 l/je 



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KING 



COFF 



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SOLD ONLY IN 



H. G. HILLS STORES 



CORTNER'S 
HARDWARE COMPANY 

4101 Hillsboro Road 
NASHVILLE 4, TENNESSEE 






139 



FORD-MUSGROVE 
DRUG COMPANY 

THE REXALL STORE 

352-6190 

NASHVILLE, TENN. 
52 I I Harding Road 



NASHVILLE 



Just 'cause YOU'RE president! *Z?#* 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

GILBERT DARCY 

PRODUCTS 



COMPANY 




Finger lickin' good! 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



BURRUS HARDWARE 
AND GIFT SHOP 



Green Hills Village Drive 



140 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



Corson & Armistead, Inc. 

INSURANCE AGENTS AND BROKERS 



4304 Harding Road 
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 



BEST WISHES 



FROM 



PONTIAC 



141 



SANDERS MANUFACTURING COMPANY 




Specialty Advertising for Every Occasion 

OUR BUSINESS IS TO HELP 

YOUR BUSINESS 

Let us prove if! 

Our 50th Year 

122-124-126 4th Ave., S. 
Ph. 254-661 I 



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J5;VERICA'S 

TJksnTReM'. 



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COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

THE LINEN STORE 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

ECONOMASTER SALES. INCORPORATED 

and 
NOLAND TANK AND GALVANIZING CO. 



"Economize with Economaster" 



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WHAT'S 

MINNIE PEARL 

KEEPING UNDER 

HER HAT 




cMirmie 




dltimie (Pearl's e^icMen 




Cousin Minnie saysrHow-dee-Bciousr 

^ HER SECRET OF ^ 

CBICKEH A eO-BO 



She's the leader of her class . . . America's Chicken a'la Queen . . . 
bringing you compliments, best wishes and this very special invite: 
"Y'all come ... for the Best Chicken GOING . . . now at several 
Nashville locations." 

cMinnie hearts 0/iic^n 

TRADEt/ARK • SERVICEMARK 

Open Daily 11:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 

2708 FRANKLIN ROAD • MURFREESBORO ROAD AT THOMPSON LANE 

JOHN JAY HOOKER, JR., PRESIDENT AND BOARD CHAIRMAN 

144 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

JOHN S. MILAM OPTICAL CO. 



Jackson 



Nashville 



Johnson City 



BLAIR-FOLLIN-ALLEN AND WALKER 







COMPLIMENTS 


COMPLIMENTS 




OF 


OF 
NICK'S 


145 


PIGG'S MEN SHOP 

Main Street 
FRANKLIN 




OONT , 




WALAC15 You« 
UFE AWAY 



Compliments 






\ 



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NOLAND 

J. L. KERR 

Manager 

Nashville, Tennessee 



Phone 833-4942 



BUS TIDWELL FLORIST, IIVC. 



GUS TIDWELL 

PRESIDENT 



213 PEWITT DRIVE 
BRENTWOOD, TENN. 37027 



147 




There must be an easier way to take a blood Hey cutie what you doing Friday night? 
sample! 



I'll just make a few changes on my transcript 
and . . . 




See Miss Pattv. Miss Patt\. 



Just what do you mean by that crack about Elmer 
Fusco? 



U4 

You won't be laughin' next week Honnie 



Barbara— are you crazy— get rid of that weed. Excederin Headache #24, the stapled toe! 



I do believe I have a frog in my throat! 




COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

RICH PRINTING 
COMPANY 

150 10th Avenue North 



Compliments of 




2000 Warfield Drive 
Green Hills 

291-5802 



149 



Compliments of 

SHERIDAN 

CONSTRUCTION 

COMPANY 

3813 Cleghorn Rd. 
Nashville, Tennessee 



TEENAGE CHARGE ACCOUNTS 
ARE INVITED 

5302 CHARLOTTE AVENUE 
NASHVILLE • TENNESSEE 



PHONE 297-4551 




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JEWELERS. INC. 



TEENAGE CHARGE ACCOUNTS 

ARE INVITED 

5302 CHARLOTTE AVENUE 

NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE 



NOEL HOTEL 

Nashville's Newest and Finest 

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 



100% Air Conditioning 
250 Rooms ... 250 Baths 



24-HOUR FREE PARKING 
24-HOUR FOOD SERVICE 



Same Street — Within Walking 
Distance of Municipal Auditorium 



K^omplimenti of 



SULLIVAN'S 



Belle Meade Plaza 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

BUCK 

ALLISON, 
INC 

GENERAL LANDSCAPE 
CONTRACTORS 

McCrory Lane 
KINGSTON SPRINGS, TENNESSEE 




/\t4t*Z NwM /^NTIOWE and GlFT SMOR 

\H-)0 Natchez TnACE 

NASHVILLE. Te:NN(£SSEE 



FRANKLIN-NASHVILLE RAMBLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER 

PH 794-6681 



MORTON MOTOR CO. 

NEW AND USED AUTOMOBILES 



FRANKLIN. TENNESSEE 



150 



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PERIOD FURNITURE COMPANY 





LAWSON'S SEI^ICE STATION 
AND QARAQE 



5215 HARDING ROAD 

NASHVILLE, TENN. 



Compliments of 



:T5wne;6tttjQ] 



LAUNDRY& 

CLEANERS 



eep— eep! 



NASHVILLE TENT 
AND AWNING COMPANY 




615 20th Ave. N. 

2S5-744I 



151 



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EQUITABLE SECURITIES 
MORTON & CO. 



INCORPORATED 



322 UNION STREET 
NASHVILLE, TENN. 37201 



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RCA MARINE RADIO PRODUCTS BENDIX 
SONAR RAYTHEON 



Curreq's Television & Radio Service Co. 

2206 Elliston Place 
291-4343 



Fadders — RCA 
Air Conditioners 



Strombarg-Cazlaon 
Sound Systems 



Compliments of 

ZIBART'S 

FIRST IN NASHVILLE FOR 
SooL AND RecotJL 

719 Church 

Green Hills Village 
All School Reading Lists 



The best dressed girls 

on the campus wear clothes 

from 

y^un & Ccuhtfif ^hcp 

2412 West End Avenue 



Wilson- Weesner- Wilkinson Ck>., Inc. 



CONTRACTORS' EQUIPMENT 




%wttXi Bolzapfel 

• BELLE MEADE PLA2A - 

And 
Fourth and Church 





Heaj 'crp. ur-Mo\e "em oui! I "onder if he'd let me sing 

Garde'"! 


with the Avant If that's what she did to her, I wonder what she'll 

do to me?! 


Original Antique Jewels — Only one of a kind 




H. W. WOLK 




Latest in Fine Jewelry and Watches 


GREEN HILLS 


Phone 292-010! Belle Meade Plaza 
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 


MARKET 




AND 




PHARMACY 




(The house that quality built) 




Hlllsboro Road 


COMPLIMENTS 




OF 




CLARK 




INDUSTRIES 


BELLE MEADE DRUGS INC 




Harding Road at White Bridge Road 




BLANKENSHIP DRUGS INC 




2201 21st Ave. South 




4041 Hillsboro Road 
156 




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