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Harpeth Hall School
Mrs. Betsy Turnbull
Mrs. Elizabeth Evans
The faculty at Harpeth Hall is unique in that each member is
active in areas other than academics. Each year the MILES-
TONES staff is faced with the difficult responsibility of choosing
one person to whom it can dedicate the annual. However, this year
one faculty member was special to MILESTONES as well as to
the entire school. Since her arrival at Harpeth Hall, this teacher
has taught French, and she continues today to instill in her students
respect for France, its language, and its culture. Now, as head of
the Language Department, she organizes the bi-annual Winterim
trip to France, the Winterim French class, and Le Cercle Francais.
Her expertise is not limited to French; she has been involved in
activities which range from serving on the dress code committee to
organizing graduation processions. In 1982 she obtained charters
for two new honor societies at Harpeth Hall. The reason for her
desire to establish a chapter of La Societe Honoraire de Fran?ais at
Harpeth Hall is obvious: she is a French teacher. But she also
sponsors Quill and Scroll, a national honor society for high school
journalists. Her interest in this second honor society is somewhat
less obvious. This faculty member had the dubious honor of guiding
several MILESTONES staffs through Friday meetings, deadlines,
and distribution days. Upon retiring from MILESTONES in
1983, she became a willing and helpful consultant.
Around Harpeth Hall this faculty member has a reputation for
generosity and excellence. For her guidance, support, and friendly
smile, the 1984 MILESTONES staff fondly dedicates MILES-
TONES 1984 to Mrs. Elizabeth Evans.
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Faculty and Staff
Faculty and Staff
David E. Wood: Headmaster
Striving to continue the academic excellence at Harpeth Hall
is just one of Mr. David Wood's goals for the school. He also
endeavors to develop new courses and opportunities for the
benefit of the students. In addition, he seeks to increase the
endowment of Harpeth Hall to aid in reducing the large tuition
while increasing the salary of the faculty.
Although Mr. Wood's main responsibilities involve the overall
operation of the school and the hiring of new faculty, he also
participates in various aspects of school life. For example, Mr.
Wood cheers the Honeybears to victory at athletic events. He
has taken part in the summer musicals, My Fair Lady and The
Music Man , and he even judges the costume contest at the
biology department's "Frog Day" in November. Mr. Wood
participates whole-heartedly in all aspects of school life, and he
takes a special interest in each girl at Harpeth Hall. He shows
his interest through personalized notes to girls who make the
Honor Roll or to those participating in plays and by being
available throughout the day for students seeking advice or a
friendly person to talk with.
Following his graduation from Davidson College in North
Carolina, Mr. Wood taught at Battle Ground Academy. After a
long period as Director of Admissions at Vanderbilt, he became
headmaster at U.M.S., a boys' preparatory shcool in Mobile,
Alabama. Mr. Wood has since made a very successful transition
from the all-male school, U.M.S., to Harpeth Hall.
Joanna Rutter: Director of the Upper School
As Director of the Upper School, Mrs. Joanna Rutter is a
very important figure to the students at Harpeth Hall. She is an
advisor, a disciplinarian, and a friend to many. She also serves
as hostess at the annual wine and cheese parties, and she plays
an important part in formulating school policy. Mrs. Rutter,
however, is most often a disciplinarian, and she regrets that
more students do not know her personally. She realizes the
importance of her disciplinary role to the school, and she feels
that self-discipline coupled with proper priorities and well-made
decisions can help students achieve their goals here at Harpeth
Hall and throughout their lives. Mrs. Rutter herself has had to
make decisions and set priorities when, at the age of thirty-two,
she returned to college after having seen her four children enter
school. After receiving her bachelor's and master's degrees, she
accepted a position at the Charlotte Latin School where she
served for nine rewarding years. She then found herself faced
with another opportunity and challenge last year when she
accepted the position of Director of the Upper School at
Harpeth Hall. She is pleased with the changes that have taken
place during two years here. These changes include the recent
curriculum changes and the new unstructured study hall that
allows students with acceptable grades to use their free time as
they wish. Mrs. Rutter has proven herself to be supportive of the
faculty and has tried to encourage students to achieve their
potential in a demanding but supportive atmosphere.
Polly Fessey: Middle School Director
For the past sixteen years Miss Polly Fessey has directed the
Middle School with devotion, enthusiasm, and an instinctive sense
of responsibility. Not only does Miss Fessey maintain her demand-
ing job as Director of the Middle School, but she is also involved in
extracurricular activities. In past years Miss Fessey has served as
treasurer and secretary of the Mid-South Association of Indepen-
dant Schools who awarded her an Honor Citation. She participates
in the Cumberland Valley Girl Scouts program and various church
committees. For years students and faculty have turned to her for
Miss Fessey's career at Harpeth Hall has never lacked new
learning experiences. In 1980 Miss Fessey served as Harpeth
Hall's first Interim Headmistress for the Upper School. Miss Fes-
sey commented that, "This gave me a greater understanding of
how everything works at Harpeth Hall. There was more detailed
information to understand in the Upper School." Along with her
efficient manner and responsibility, Miss Fessey has always exud-
ed warmth, understanding and an air of charm with whomever she
In addition to these qualities and responsibilities. Miss Fessey's
biggest job is to help the students be motivated and enjoy school.
Miss Fessey feels that, "The girls are different than they were
sixteen years ago. They're more knowledgeable about things be-
cause they have greater exposure to television and news."
Mrs. Lucile McLean's vital
contributions to Harpeth Hall have been
many. Mrs. McLean has been working
adeptly with Harpeth Hall's finances for
many years. Often, she works throughout
the summer, taking only a short two to
three week vacation. With accurate
records of each student's individual
finances, Mrs. McLean deals with all the
incoming and outgoing money at Harpeth
Hall. She handles all types of bills,
ranging from tuition checks to book
money, and organizes the book sale in the
Fall during registration. Mrs. McLean
has always enjoyed her work very much,
especially because of the wide variety of
personalities of all the different students
at Harpeth Hall.
Harpeth Hall attributes years of
financial security to Mrs. McLean's
intelligent organization. The entire school
will feel a deep loss with her retirement
and will greatly miss her unique
personality. Harpeth Hall wishes her
uture success and continued happiness
or years to come.
and Jane Berry
The Counseling Department is directed
by two Harpeth Hall alumnae. Mrs.
Anita Schmid, class of 1968, serves as
freshman-sophomore counselor, while
Miss Jane Berry, class of 1972, guides
juniors and seniors in selecting colleges.
Mrs. Schmid advises freshmen and
sophomores and directs Winterim.
Operating the Winterim program involves
organizing an on-campus curriculum and
a travel or work/study option. A
University of Tennessee graduate with a
master's degree in human development
counseling from Peabody College, Mrs.
Schmid approaches her responsibilities
As College Counselor and Dean of
Students. Miss Berry is an asset to
Harpeth Hall. Miss Berry directs a
system efficient in insuring the
punctuality of college applications. Her
extracurricular involvement includes the
college tour. Student Council, and junior
class sponsor. With bachelor's and
master's degrees from Vanderbilt and
experience teaching history, Miss Berry is
well-prepared for her duties.
Miss Herring, the business manager of
Harpeth Hall, is responsible for creating
the school budget each year and handling
the insurance programs for the school.
She plans ahead every year for major
purchases and needs of the school, such as
the addition of eight new Apple II
computers for the Upper School and the
new audio system which was made
possible through various contributions by
different school organizations. One major
expense of the Harpeth Hall year is the
upkeep of the campus, for which Miss
Herring also is responsible. Aware of the
wide range of rules and regulations that
exist, she makes sure that the school
complies with them. This year she has
transferred all school records onto
computer disks. Miss Herring is dedicated
to her work at Harpeth Hall and admits
that she enjoys seeing how the girls and
the school change from year to year.
Mrs. Polly Nichols has contributed to
Ward-Belmont as well as Harpeth Hall
School in many different ways. She is a
graduate of Ward-Belmont, and she later
served as the Director of Alumnae Affairs
here at Harpeth Hall. This year Mrs.
Nichols took on a new role, that of head
of the Development Campaign. This
position is indeed vital to the existence of
Harpeth Hall because the school cannot
survive without financial aid from outside
sources. Mrs. Nichols' job requires
actively pursuing donations from public
and private contributors who are
interested in Harpeth Hall. In seeking
these donations Mrs. Nichols often travels
throughout the region promoting the
benefits and basis of a Harpeth Hall
education. Mrs. Nichols' work in
establishing these successful contacts and
raising needed funds shows her loyalty
and devotion to Harpeth Hall and ensures
the continuation of the fine college
preparatory education which the school
offers. Mrs. Nichols is definitely an asset
to Harpeth Hall, and her hard work and
support is greatly appreciated.
Susie Brown does a variety of jobs for
the Harpeth Hall community and is an
important figure here. As director of the
admissions process, she organizes group
tours for girls from the feeder schools in
the Nashville area, and she arranges
interviews and tours for all prospective
students and their parents. She also
administers the entrance exam in January
and helps select the new students, which
keeps her in contact with all the students
at one time or another.
In her job as Alumnae Director, Mrs.
Brown keeps Harpeth Hall alumnqe
aware of the school's and each other's
activities. She collects information and
news about each class every year and
publishes both a newspaper and a
magazine. She also works with the
development office on fund-raising
projects involving the alumnae, such as
Mrs. Brown, a graduate and a former
English teacher here at Harpeth Hall,
received her B.A. degree from Sweet
Briar College and her M.A.T. and M.A.
in English from Vanderbilt University.
Dugan Coughlan Davis
Middle School English. University of
Chattanooga, B.A.; George Peabody
Dona Spawn Gower
English. University of Dallas, B.A.;
Vanderbilt University, M.A., Ph.D.
Martha Corvvin Gregory-
Assistant Librarian. University of Alabama,
A.B., B.A.; George Peabody College, M.A.;
University of Chicago.
Mary Russell Herod
Vanderbilt University, B.A.; YMCA Law
School, Doctor of Jurisprudence.
Joyce Garnet Lee
Middle School English. Middle Tennessee
State University, B.A.; University of
Mary Lee Mathews Manier
Librarian. Vanderbilt University, B.A.;
George Peabody College, M.L.S.;
Peabody— Vanderbilt. Ph.D.
Elizabeth Bingham Marney
Chairman of English Department.
University of North Carolina, B.A., M.A.;
University of Texas, Ph.D.
Betty Latham Nelson
Middle School English. Vanderbilt
Typing. Greensboro Women's College, B.S.
Sarah Ann Frost Stamps
English. Vanderbilt University, B.A.;
Columbia University, M.A.; George
Gordon Alexander Turnbull
English. Davidson College, A.B.
Joan Metz Warterfield
English. Vanderbilt University; University of
North Carolina, B.A.; George Peabody
Frances Eugenia Wynne
Middle School Reading. Vanderbilt
University, B.A.; M.A. in progress.
Thomas Daniel Young
English. Vanderbilt University, B.A., Miami
University At Ohio, M.A.; Ph.D. in progress.
Mrs. Warterfield, Dr. Marney, Mrs. Lee, Dr. Gower, Mr. Turnbull, Mrs. Stamps, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Poteet,
Miss Wynne. Not pictured Mr. Young, Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Gregory, Dr. Manier.
Front row: Mrs. Couch, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Drews, Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Dennis.
Second row: Mr. Tuzeneu, Mr. Lauderdale.
Marion Pickering Couch
Spanish. University of Iowa, B.A., M.A.;
Mexico City College,; El Instituto De
Filologia Hispanica, Saltillo, Mexico; El
Instituto Iberoamericano. Madrid, Spain.
India Culpepper Dennis
French. Agnes Scott College, B.A.;
Middlebury College, M.A.; Centre
International D'Etudes Francais
(C.I.D.E.F.); Ecole Francais d'Ete (Bryn
Mawr College), Avignon, France.
Phoebe Babbage Drews
Chairman of Latin Department. Ohio
Wesleyan, B.A.; Vanderbilt University,
M.A.; Greek-American Institute, Athens,
Greece; American Academy in Rome.
Elizabeth Pope Evans
Chairman of Modern Language
Department. French. Vanderbilt University,
B.A.; Peabody at Vanderbilt University,
M.S.; Vanderbilt-in-France at Aix-en-
French, Spanish. Monmouth College, B.A.,
Philosophy/French; University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill, M.A., Comparative
Literature; Universite McGill, Montreal;
Ecole Francaise d*Ete; Universitait Trier,
William Alexander Lauderdale
Middle School French. Southwestern
University, B.A.; Vanderbilt University,
MAT.; Institute for American Studies,
Joyce Crutcher Ward
Middle School Latin. Randolph-Macon
Women's College; George Peabody College,
B.A.; University of Tennessee; Tennessee
Jeannette Simpson Andrews
Chairman of Mathematics Department.
Geometry. North Carolina State University,
B.S.; Tufts University; George Peabody
Marie Fitzgerald Burr
Middle School Mathematics. Vanderbilt
University, B.A.; Tennessee State
Emily Bivins Fuller
Algebra. Agnes Scott College, B.A.; Middle
Tennessee State University.
Sally Uptegrove Lee
Middle School Mathematics. Sweetbriar
College, B.A.; Vanderbilt University,
Carol Chambers Oxley
Pre-Calculus, Calculus. Union University,
B.S.: Vanderbilt University, M.A.
Mary McCrory Plummer
Algebra. Vanderbilt University, B.A.
Elizabeth Thomas Turnbull
Computer. Davidson College. A.B.
Algebra. Tennessee Technological
Louise Parker Wills
Middle School Mathematics. Vanderbilt
University, B.A.; University of Tennessee.
Front row: Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Burr, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Turnbull. Second row: Mrs. Oxley, Mrs. Andrews. Mr.
Webb. Mrs. Plummer, Mrs. Wills.
Seated: Mr. Webb, Miss Moran, Miss Felkel, Mrs. Norris, Mrs. Martin.
Standing: Miss Sullivan, Mrs. Nash, Miss Mountfort.
Carolyn Margaret Felkel
Chairman of Science Department. Biology.
Coker College, B.A.; Vanderbilt University,
M.A.; Gulf Coast Research Laboratory;
University of New Mexico.
Paula Johnson Martin
I.C. P., Physics, Chemistry. Vanderbilt
University; University of Tennessee, B.S.;
George Peabody College, M.A.; National
Science Foundation, Vanderbilt University.
Middle School Science. Vanderbilt
Chemistry. University of Buffalo, B.S.;
George Peabody College, M.A.; National
Science Foundation Institutes: Yale
University, Vanderbilt University.
Karen Rom Nash
Middle School Science. Duke University,
B.S., M.A.T.; University of North Carolina.
Jane Spotts Norris
Biology. Carnegie-Mellon University,
B.F.A.; George Peabody College, B.S.;
Vanderbilt University, M.S.
I.C. P. Tennessee Technological University,
Michael Wickham Bouton
History. Denison University, B.A.; Purdue
University, M.A.; Illinois State University,
Merrie Morrissey Clark
Middle School History. Vanderbilt
University, B.A.; George Peabody College,
Nancy White Duvier
Middle School History. Vanderbilt
Michael King Goodwin
History. University of Alabama, B.A.;
Vanderbilt University, M.A. in progress.
Ginger Osborn Justus
Chairman of Social Science Department.
Philosophy, Government. Florida Southern
College; University of Tennessee, B.A.,
M.A.; Y.M.C.A. Law School, J.D.
Elaine O'Brien Simpson
Middle School History. College of St.
Elizabeth, A.B.; New York University, M.A.
Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Duvier, Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. Justus, Dr. Bouton. Not pictured Mr. Goodwin.
Seated: Mrs. Berry
Standing: Mr. Goodwin. Mrs. Davis. Mrs. Charney. Not pictured Ms. Matthews, Mrs.
Ray Smith Berry
Music, Music History, Glee Club.
Randolph-Macon Woman's College, B.A.;
University of North Carolina, M.A.
Sharon Lehman Charney
Chairman of Art Department, Art.
Carnegie-Mellon University, B.F.A.
University of Wisconsin — Madison, M.A.
Sandra Wagoner Davis
Communication Skills, Acting. Vanderbilt
University, B.A. Wesleyan University, M.A.
Peter Stroud Goodwin
Art. University of Alabama, B.A., B.F.A.,
Dance. University of Tennessee; New
Mexico State University, B.S. Studies with
Tandy Beal and Eric Hawkins.
Margaret Lauderdale Williams
Art History. University of Florida, B.A.;
Stephanie Smithley Hamilton
Dance. Memphis State University; St.
Georgianne Moran Day
Physical Education. Vanderbilt
Patsy Neblett Moran
Chairman of the Physical Education
Department. Physical Education,
Hygiene. Ward-Belmont College; George
Peabody College, B.A., M.A.
Dance, Body Dynamics. University of
Tennessee; New Mexico State University,
B.S. Studies with Tandy Beal and Eric
Nancy Esther Reed
Athletic Director. Belmont College, A. A.;
George Peabody College, B.S.
Susan Kaufman Russ
Physical Education, First Aid, Hygiene.
Murray State University, B.S., M.A.
Mary Jane Pope Armfield
Secretary. East Carolina University,
Secretary. Cumberland University.
Secretary. Saginaw, Michigan Business
Martha Corwin Gregory
Librarian. University of Alabama, A.B.,
B.A.; George Peabody College, M.A.;
University of Chicago.
Sally Snell Mabry
Secretary. University of Mississippi;
University of Tennessee.
Mary Lee Matthews Manier
Librarian. Vanderbilt University, B.A.;
George Peabody College, M.L.S.
Nancy Esther Reed
Study Hall Supervisor. Belmont College,
A. A.; George Peabody College, B.S.
Eleanor Flautt Roberts
Secretary. Goucher College.
Secretary. Eckerd College;
Nashville Technological School.
Mrs. Moran, Ms. Matthews, Miss Reed, Mrs. Russ. Not pictured Mrs. Day.
First row: Mrs. Herod, Mrs. Gregory, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Green. Second row: Mrs. Manier, Miss Reed, Mrs.
Mabry, Mrs. Armfield, Mrs. Ayers, Mrs. Steele.
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Mrs. Betty Marney
Mrs. Pat Moran
First Row: Elizabeth Arnold, Susannah Caffry. Second Row: Clark Merritt, Kate Zeitler, Tish Tully, Risa
Klein, Yolanda Ferragina. Third row: Mrs. Moran, Mrs. Marney. Not pictured Bunny Stein.
Amanda Matthews Abies
Elizabeth Harriet Arnold
Nancy Elizabeth Bach
Helen Elizabeth Buchanan
Lillian Patton Bradford
Anne Catherine Bond
Kim Frances Bueno
Cynthia Frances Burnes
Susannah Jane Caffry
Mary Catherine Callaway
Mary Brugh Chaffin
Sheryl Lynn Couch
Diane Erika Corwin
Holland Ashley Conner
Susan Rogers Deckner
Kelly Eileen Culp
Elizabeth Carroll Crosslin
Sandra Suzanne Delvaux
Judith Gwynne Faber
Yolanda Ann Ferragina
Hollie Ann Fischley
Catherine Lee Franklin
Michele Elizabeth Granda
Amy Bondurant Harvey
Cynthia Jane Harness
Erin Elizabeth Mary Kendall Handte
Elizabeth Teller Hilton
Tiffany Newell Hitt
Julie Marlene Hayes
Marian Louise Hollyday
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Robin Bigelow Ingram
Mary Bailey Irwin
Jeannie Eun-Jung Joe
Callie Baldwin Johnson
Risa Lynn Klein
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Mary Beatty McLaughlin
Rebecca Lynne Mathes
Grace Woodard Lazenby
Rae Clark Mifflin
Louise Clark Merritt
Elizabeth Marie McPherson
Sherry Lynn Newcomb
Amanda Frances Oldham
Argie Vernon Oman
Emily Susan Page
Florence Cavert Perry
Kimberly Dawn Sanders
Catherine Elizabeth Phister
Miriam Donna Orien Phinizy
Kathryn Chappell Schnelle
Karen Letitia Schneider
Florence Jacqueline Therese Savage
Sandra Elizabeth Shockley
Susan Willingham Simons
Mary Elizabeth Smithwick
Ashley Elizabeth Spalding
Debra Suzanne Starr
Bernice Fritchman Stein
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Leslie Lipscomb Tarkington
Susan Thomas Stover
Ruth Elizabeth Stein
Stella Harvill Taylor
Melissa Frances West
Hannah Lawrence Thompson
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Letitia Leigh Tully
Susan Paige Wilds
Tyler Annette Woosley
Kate Ransom Zeitler
Holly Conner: Wittiest
Kim Frances Bueno: Most Likely to Succeed
Beth McPherson: Most Talented
Tish Tully: Best Ail-Around
Michelle Granda: Most Athletic
Diane Corwin: Most Beautiful
Risa Klein: Most School Spirit
Class of 1984
Miss Jane Berry
Mrs. Ginger Justus
Margaret Jane Brandau
Barbara Keith Brown
Mrs. Justus, Scottie Hill, Sarah Sitton, Kim Jones, Sheila Morris, Laura Molesworth, Peggy Pendergrass, Susan
Stumb, Mandy Haynes, and Miss Berry.
Anna Kate Cannon
Cindy Crist '
Mary Belle Farrell
Mrs. Emily Fuller
Mrs. Paula Martin
Virginia Lee Bradshav
Front row: Mrs. Martin, Nina Brown, Cecilia Wong, Caroline Van, Mrs. Fuller. Second row: Nancy Brown,
Devereux Cummins, Jenny Amacher. Andrea Carter
Lori Kay Wilson
Dr. Dona Gower
Mrs. Anita Schmid
Front row: Mrs. Schmid, Ellen Nelson, Ellen Crawford, Lori Holcomb, Kim Oliver, Dr. Gower. Second Row:
Missy Williams, Grace Russell, Susan Wattleworth.
Mary Frances Evers
Mary Wendell Lampton
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Mrs. Joyce Ward and Mrs. Karen Nash
r irst row: Annis Marney. Julia Trabue, Kelley Schmitt. Second row: Ferris Newell, Beth Funderburk, Barry
Caldwell. Third row: Mrs. Nash, Mrs. Ward.
Mary Alice Hays
Mary Lee Mclnnis
Mary Beth Ragland
Annie B. Williams
Mrs. Joyce Lee
Officers: First Row: Katie Davis. Paige Ferragina, Eleanor Jones, Lindsey King.
Second Row: Mrs. Lee, Sarah Ruccio, Margaret Wirth.
Mary Margaret Crowell
Emily Carol Miller
Kara Ann Sitton
Leslie Shea Duling
Noel Anne Summar
Mary Donna Wimberly
The Student council aims for greater
school spirit and increased student
participation in school activities. The
1983-84 council, under the direction of
Student Body President Holly Conner
and the supervision of Miss Jane Berry,
sponsored many events, including the Fall
Dance, the Halloween Party, and the
Valentine's Day Dance. Two other
council events were the "Personality of
the Month" and "Teacher of the Month"
awards which were presented to the
student and teacher who displayed the
qualities of an enthusiastic participator at
Harpeth Hall. During the summer the
council welcomed all the new students by
giving a small party designed to
familiarize them with Harpeth Hall.
Throughout the year, the Student Council
entertained and informed the student
body with assembly programs and skits.
In January, the sophomore
representatives became the leaders of the
Winterim Student Council and organized
activities for the students participating in
classes on campus. The Student Council
also sponsored and participated in Career
Week held during the last week of
Winterim. A driving force in the Upper
School, the Student Council encourages
students to enjoy and take advantage of
Lil Bradford. Miss Berry, Holly Connor. Mary Irwin.
First row: Lori Holcomb, Gracie Russell, Bonnie Davis. Second row: Susie Cox, Elizabeth Hightower, Susie Simons, Lindy Rogers, Florence Savage, Julie Hays.
The purpose of the Honor Council is to
uphold the Honor System by encouraging
the spirit of honor as well as acting upon
cases of Honor Code violations. The
elected representatives from each class in
the Upper School make recommendations
to the Faculty Disciplinary Board. To
insure that all cases are handled fairly, all
matters and meetings of the Honor
Council are kept confidential.
President Lizzie Buchanan and the
Council members with the support of
their sponsor, Mrs. Rutter, upheld the
integrity and the high respect for honor
that Harpeth Hall embodies.
Seated: Mrs. Rutter, Lil Bradford, Liz Buchanan. Mary Irwin. Standing: Regina Allen, Wende Hall, Sarah
Chang. Ruthie Fredriksen. Donna Phinizy, Tracy Orcutt. Chandler Coker. Yolanda Ferragina. Rachel Landon,
st row: Beth Rather, Carey Oliver, Cathy Caldwell, Ramie Smith. Catherine Creagh, Anme B Williams
»nd row: Latisha Watts, Kristin Volkert, Maria Connelly, Lisa Kirchner, Katy Carlton. Third row Ellen
gu.re, Carolyn Palmer, Beth Blaufuss, Mollie Anderson. Fourth row: Mrs Mabry
As head of the student body, the
Middle School Student Council organized
many activities throughout the year.
These included the Talent Show and the
Grandmothers" Tea. The Council also
punished minor offenses and operated the
Lost and Found. A new tradition adopted
by the group involved surprising each
student with a cake on her birthday.
Sponsored by Mrs. Sally Mabry. the
Council worked to unite the girls and
provided them with a chance to
participate in student government.
Mu Alpha Theta
Mu Alpha Theta is an organization
which honors students gifted in
mathematics. The role of the Harpeth
Hall chapter is to recognize girls who
have maintained a B average or better for
three years of math, thus new members
are initiated in the spring of their junior
or senior year. The society encourages its
members to compete in the State
Mathematics Convention and to enter
monthly math contests and other
invitational contests across the city, state,
and region. The members of Mu Alpha
Theta are strengthening their knowledge
of math and learning new skills through
participation in challenging competitions.
Betsy Hilton, Mary Brugh Chaffin, Christina Wong,
The Cum Laude Society of Harpeth
Hall honors academic excellence by
recognizing the top ten percent of the
junior class, the top twenty percent of the
senior class, and faculty members who
have been at Harpeth Hall for at least
two years and belong to the collegiate
honor society Phi Beta Kappa or another
Cum Laude society. This year the Cum
Laude society asked Miss Patty Chadwell
to speak at its induction day assembly.
Miss Chadwell commented on the growth
and advances Harpeth Hall has made
from its Ward-Belmont days to the
present by describing many memorable
moments and experiences during her
years at Harpeth Hall in the physical
education department. The Harpeth Hall
Cum Laude Society not only stresses the
importance of maintaining a standard of
excellence, but also encourages the
students' pursuits of knowledge.
First row: Jeannie Joe, Elizabeth Stein, Kathryn
Schnelle. Second row; Lindy Speight, Sarah Chang,
Hannah Thompson. Third row: Betsy Hilton, Emily
Page, Elizabeth Cummins. Fourth row: Holly Conner,
Tracey Orcutt, Lizzie Buchanan.
Quill and Scroll
Quill and Scroll is a national honor
society which recognizes high school
juniors and seniors who have
demonstrated excellence, enthusiasm, and
outstanding potential in high school
journalism. At Harpeth Hall, students
must be either an editor or rising editor of
a publication to be eligible for
membership. In addition, members must
rank academically in the upper third of
their class. Students who have contributed
significantly to a school publication but
are not initiated into the honor society
can receive a special award for their work
on one of the school publications. The
presentation of the awards and the
initiation into the Harpeth Hall chapter
takes place in the spring during All Club
Picnic. The Quill and Scroll chapter at
Harpeth Hall was established in 1982
thanks to the efforts of Mrs. Libby Evans.
First row: Callie Johnson. Jeannie Joe, Elizabeth
Cummins, Lezlie Lockett, Tamar Charney. Second
row: Nancy Bach, Kathryn Schnelle, Wende Hall,
Mrs. Turnbull. Christina Wong.
The Societe Honoraire de Francois
recognizes those students who have
excelled in French at Harpeth Hall. This
organization is a national high school
honor society sponsored by Mrs. Libby
Evans. The Harpeth Hall chapter of the
society was granted a charter by the
American Association of Teachers of
French in 1982. The society honors high
school students who have maintained an
A- average for at least two years of
French. Each of the girls displays a
strong interest and an academic
excellence in the language.
First row: Beth Miller. Lindy Speight. Jeannie Joe,
Elizabeth Cummins, Lezlie Lockett, Marian Stoney.
Second row: Elizabeth Martinez. Donna Denton.
Vicki McMurray. Betsey Bryan, Anna Carney,
Wende Hall, Christina Wong, Elizabeth Cotton.
Third row: Mrs. Evans. Nancy Bach. Arwen Staros,
Caroline Van, Kim Jones, Lindy Rogers.
Mrs. Betsy Turnbull
The MILESTONES staff, with the help
of their new sponsor Mrs. Turnbull, strives
not only to cover the major events such as
plays and dances, but also to display a part
of Harpeth Hall that many people outside
cannot see: the general everyday spirit of the
school. Each member of MILESTONES
works under the supervision of the four
editors in order to learn the specific
responsibilities and expectations for the
particular aspects of the yearbook, which
range from writing copy to cropping
pictures. Together, with enthusiasm and
cooperation, the MILESTONES staff works
diligently to provide the school with a candid
view of what Harpeth Hall is all about.
Front row: Noel Kirkpatrick, Meredith Harris, Amanda McPherson, Sarah Chang, Florence Perry. Second
row: Cathy Kanaday, Shan Overton, Cecilia Wong, Betsy Bryan. Andrea Andrews, Lezlie Lockett, Erin
Handte. Third row: Nina Brown. Devereux Cummins, Elizabeth Cotton. Wende Hall. Carol Cavin, Eliza-
Kim Bueno, Christina Wong, Lynn Newcomb, Mrs. Turnbull, Jeannie Joe, Tamar Charney.
Penstaff is the Harpeth Hall literary
society whose members enjoy expressing
their creativity through original literary
works. Under the leadership of chairmen
Kim Bueno and Callie Johnson and
sponsor Mrs. Sarah Stamps, Penstaff
worked to fulfill their two main goals:
first to maintain a literary influence
within the school, and second to produce
the annual literary magazine,
HALLMARKS. In February, Penstaff
asked Dr. Herschel Gower, a prominent
literary figure in Nashville, to read
selections from his novel FACES IN A
NASHVILLE ARCADE to the student
body and to discuss his personal
dedication to literature. Penstaff held its
annual banquet in honor of the new
members in late March.
Callie Johnson, Mrs. Stamps, Kim Bueno, Hollie Fischley.
First row: Mrs. Stamps, Hollie Fischley, Katie Quillen, Scottie Hill, Florence Perry, Lynn Newcomb, Regina Allen, Kim Bueno. Second row: Annette Elinger, Callie
Johnson, Yolanda Ferragina, Arwen Staros, Shelley Martin, Barbara Brown. Third row: Anne Braun, Cecilia Wong, Cathy Kanaday, Marian Hollyday.
Annie B. Williams
Dr. Dona Gower
Dr. Betty Marney
Miss Frances Wynne
Middle School Editors
Middle School Photography
r irst row: Sarah Sitton, Kathryn Schnelle, Dallas Hagewood. Cathy Callaway, Tamar Char-
ey, Hannah Thompson. Second row: Dr. Gower. Carol Cavin, Holly Shears. Callie Johnson,
Cecilia Wong, Kim Oliver, Elizabeth Martinez, Nancy Bach, Dr. Marney.
Under the direction of sponsors Dr. Betty Marney
and Dr. Dona Gower and Editor-in-Chief Cathy
Callaway. LOGOS II captured the events and the
essence of Harpeth Hall. The writing and the
photography staffs, those who must have contributed to
at least three of the six issues, and the members who
worked occasionally wrote articles concerning
academics, athletics, school events and the arts and
discussed more important issues to keep students
abreast of the changing world. Along with covering
these issues, Winterim, Student Council activities, and
other events, LOGOS II provided interested students
with an opportunity to gain journalistic experience.
First row: Tricia Ptomey, Annie B. Williams, Julie Hartzog. Margaret Wirth, Stephanie Sheffield. Eleanor Jones. Kara Sitton. Second row: Lynne Hampton. Suzanne
^rmfield. Beth Blaufuss, Gloriane Bond. Deborah Deckner, Regina Allen. Tasha Riggins. Carrie Lentz, Paige Ferragina. Mary Fairbairn. Third row: Jennifer Don. Sarah
Ruccio. Jennifer Rose, Ellen Maguire. Carolyn Fischer, Shan Overton, Andrea Carlson, Briana Handte, Rachel Landon, Cathy Kanaday, Lauren Doolittle, Kathie Jones,
fraci Mcdowell, Peggy Pendergrass, Suzanne Delvaux, Catherine Franklin, Leslie Tarkington.
The Key Club is an organization which
provides students with opportunities to
help people in the Nashville community
through service projects. Activities began
with the traditional used book sale whose
profit was divided between three charities
and the Student Council. In the fall
several members went to Donner- Belmont
Day Care Center where they held a
Halloween party for the children. At
Christmas George Armistead, a Kiwanis
member, dressed as Santa Claus and
joined the Key Club members in bringing
a spark of Christmas joy to the patients
at General Hospital. Whether the Key
Club is selling concessions at NO, NO,
NANETTE, going to lunch with their
parent club, Kiwanis, or delivering notes
for the office, this organization and its
members focus on helping other people.
Meredith Roberts, Susan Deckner. Emily Page, Mrs.
Wills, Lizzie Buchanan, Debbie Starr, Julie Hays,
Elizabeth Martinez, Regina Allen.
Resulting from fresh interest, Harpeth
Hall resumed its discontinued debate
program. Coached by Mr. Gordon
Turnbull, the Debate Club competed in
area tournaments to present resolutions
for the national debate topic, "Uniformity
in the United States Criminal
Procedure." The debaters argued both
negative and affirmative cases, taking
various approaches to deliberating for and
against the STATUS QUO of criminal
justice. After fulfilling the participation
requirements of debate, the club also
became a member of both the National
Forensic League and the Tennessee High
School Speech and Drama League.
Front Row: Elizabeth Martinez, Cecilia Wong. Ra-
chel Landon, Arwen Staros, Mr. Turnbull. Second
Row: Gloriane Bond, Peggy Pendergrass, Andrea
Carlsen, Susan Deckner.
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Playmakers is the drama club at
Harpeth Hall which consists of girls who
support and participate in various
productions and theater-related activities.
In September the Men's Club presented
THE MUSIC MAN, a play composed of
students, faculty, and parents. NO, NO,
NANETTE was presented in Davis
Auditorium November 18-20. Playmakers
also presented a drama in the spring.
Drama club members participated in
projects throughout the school year.
Many girls saw LITTLE FOXES at the
Tennessee Performing Arts Center and
THE MIRACLE WORKER at the
Mrs. Davis, Elizabeth Stein. Scott Leathers. Marian
Hollvdav, Susan Deckner.
The purpose of the Art Club is to
provide an opportunity for those
interested in art to explore further art-
related activities and projects. Sponsored
by Mrs. Sharon Charney and Mr. Peter
Goodwin, the Art Club spent another
fascinating year browsing in local art
galleries, such as Cheekwood, and
attending the art openings in Harpeth
Hall's Marnie Sheridan Art Gallery.
Innovative experiments pursued by the
organization included redesigning the
mural outside of the Upper School art
room and planning "sketching trips"
throughout the city to give its members a
chance to draw live settings of scenic
Mrs. Charney. Dolly Kavass, Cindy Crist, Mr. Good-
win. Not pictured Bunny Stein.
The purpose of French Club at
Harpeth Hall is to make learning French
more enjoyable by promoting culturally-
related events. In the 1983-1984 school
year the French Club truly met this goal.
Under the direction of Mrs. Libby Evans,
the club sponsored a Duds Day. Florence
Savage, this year's A.F.S. student who is
from France, gave president Kathryn
Schnelle much help in decorating a
French cafe for A.F.S. Celebrations. In
addition, the French Club, along with the
Spanish Club and JCL, sponsored
International Language Week in the
Kathryn Schnelle, Erin Handte, Mrs. Evans, Sheila
Morris, Florence Savage.
Among many things, the Junior
Classical League spent the year
promoting the study of Latin and learning
about the history, culture, and mythology
of the ancient Romans and Greeks.
Members participated in Vanderbilt Latin
Day, attended the State Convention in
Kingsport and went to the National
Convention in New York. As in past
years, the entire club took part in the
National Latin Exam and scored well.
The JCL boasted award-winning
CERTAMEN or Latin quiz-bowl teams
in both upper and middle divisions. Apart
from its academic concerns, the
organization also held two banquets to
increase club spirit.
First Row: Gretchen Strayhorn. Cecilia Wong, Kris-
tin Breuss. Second Row: Shan Overton. Carol Cavin.
The American Field Service organizes
two fund raisers during the school year to
help provide money to bring a foreign
student to Nashville. The Celebrations
festival, which takes place in the fall, is
the larger of the two events. Classrooms
are decorated with posters and filled with
food from different countries. The Dessert
Fest occurs in the spring and is much like
Celebrations except the main focus is on
desserts. With the combination of these
two fund raisers, A.F.S. helps provide the
opportunity of study in Nashville to a
First Row: Virginia Lee Bradshaw, Laura Lynn Mo-
lesworth, Candie Bogie. Second Row: Susannah
Caffry, Mr. Tuzeneu, Mary McLaughlin. Mrs. Den-
nis, Anne Bond.
The Spanish Club is a language club
for those who are AFICIONADAS of
Mexican culture, food and fun. Besides
planning and funding a special summer
trip to Venezuela, the club members
enjoyed their annual pinata bust and
Spanish dinner. They also sponsored the
Venezuela room for A.F.S. Celebrations
this year and became familiar with
Venezuelan food and folklore. At
Christmas the members learned Spanish
Christmas carols and customs.
Throughout the year they enjoyed
studying the culture of the Spanish
neighbors that are very much a part of
our own heritage.
Mrs. Couch. Tiffany Hitt, Leslie Tarkington, Argie
The Harpeth Hall Outing Club allows
a student to participate in outdoor
activities and just to enjoy the outdoors.
This year the club sponsored a rafting
trip down the Nantahala River and a ski
trip to Paoli Peaks in Indiana. The club
also plans to canoe down the Hiawassee
River in the springtime. This year the
Outing Club started a conservation
project which began with members
writing letters to various environmental
agencies around the country in an effort
to research ways in which the club and
the student body could raise money to
help protect wildlife. The Outing Club
adds a special touch of excitement to both
its members and to the Harpeth Hall
Rachel Landon, Erin Handte, Mrs. Norris, kathie
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The Athletic Association is comprised
of girls who have received fifty athletic
points by participating in various varsity
or intramural events. The Association at
Harpeth Hall strives to maintain and
increase school spirit as well as to
recognize and reward individual and team
achievements. Each year the Association
holds an assembly to acknowledge those
girls who held starting positions or
participated in a varsity sport by giving
them a Harpeth Hall letter. During the
year this group supported athletics and
intramurals by selling items, including
Harpeth Hall sleeveless sweatshirts,
shorts, and concessions during home
Rae Mifflin, Michele Granda, Mary Brugh Chaffin.
Not pictured Mrs. Moran.
Miss Carolyn Felkel
Mrs. Joan Warterfield
Miss Felkel. Laura Molesworth, Risa Klein. Mrs.
Warterfield. Kim Bueno, Sarah Sitton.
Mrs. Phoebe Drews
Mrs. Sarah Stamps
Clark Merritt, Mrs. Drews, Jennifer Cox, Anne Bond,
Mrs. Stamps, Amanda Oldham.
Middle School Ariston
First row: Rebecca Warren, Jennifer Lindahl, Berry Bryan. Meg Maddux, Katie McDugal, Eve Robinson, Jennifer Braden, Cathy Clarke, Robin Growden. Second row:
Tracy Safer, Andrea Brooks, Robin Campbell, Christy Holbrook, Kara Sitton, Maria Connelly. Third row: Katy Carlton, Lisa Kirchner, Katy Hardon, Arty Finn, Katie
Braden, Christine Johnson. Fourth row: Libby Benning, Amy Lee, Alex Stanton, Lithia Batey, Anastasia Potanin. Fifth row: Erin Maroney, Annis Marney, Beth
Funderburk, Julia Trabue, Jennifer Rector, Beth Blaufass, Miss Reed.
Middle School Triad
First row: Jennifer Rose, Katie Lucas, Edith Trost, Catherine Mayes, Lynn Bouchard. Lynn Robinson, Holly Shear, Margaret Worth. Second row: Mary Fairbairn, Jenny
Don, Cynthia Averbush, Marci Rosenblum, Trisha Ptomey, Betsy Nichols, Emily Carol Miller. Third row: Amory Smith, Kristin Dietrich, Kate Davis, Carolyn Gifford,
Paige Simpkins, Julie Cantrell, Julie Hartzog, Bonita Doss, Ashley Sullivan, Beth Williams. Fourth row: Susie Stach, Hayden Harris, Ginger Hale, Cathy Hamlin, Claire
Vaughn, Paige Ferragina, Lisa Sutton, Alyson Ammonette, Ware Petznik.
Middle School Angkor
First row: Lenny Walker, Karen Dismukes, Lisa Dukes, Sarah Morris. Dabney Ledyard, Jeanie Wright, Maria Carroll, Karen Doochin, Gigi Davis, Lindsey King. Second
row: Eleanor Jones, Sarah Ruccio, Kara Sanders, Laura Wilkins, Carol Kennedy, Phyllis Sloan, Tina Adams, Stephanie Sheffield, Shawn Hodde, Becky Bond. Third row:
Katherine Hodkins, Marian Holt, Anna Kristen Sundell, Ellen McGuire, Ramie Smith, Caroline Caruthers, Kelly Schmitt, Mrs. Lee. Fourth row: Annie B. Williams,
Tara Dismukes, Barry Caldwell, Mary Alice Hays, Dana Thomas, Kathryn Creagh, Elise Berkon, Christy Sharp, Mary Beth Raglin.
Middle School Eccowasin
'irst row: Holly Hall, Ashley Wood, Sally Teloh, Latisha Watts, Sarah Nash. Ferris Newell. Karen Stevenson, Lynn Hampton, Mary Margaret Crowell. Second row:
vshley Sloan, Stephanie Rush, Mary Lee Mclnnis, Jennifer Mathes. Lori Diogardi, Margie Ayers, Suzanne Armfield. Sarah Mills, Adele Simons. Third row: Ashley
Norton. Sally Sprouse, Beth Sullins. Kim Casper, Valerie Harloin, Christy Jackson, Gigi Creson. Fourth row: Betsy Maddin, Alison Smith, Carolyn Palmer, Katy Wood,
ulie McGuigan, Alice Hendrickson, Susannah Crowell, Mrs. Simpson.
First row: Boothe Andrews. Mandy Emerson, Francis Shears. Courtenay Baron. Amy Williams. Elizabeth Edwards. Carrie Yates, Amy Nichols. Second row: Francis
Jackson, Laura Jack, Connie Smith, Kate Wilk. Abby Eden, Lihbin Shiao. Third row: Rebecca Greene, Alison Beauchamp, Miss Wynne, Ginny Thompson, Susie Creagh.
Amanda Matthews, Christin Mathcs, Mrs. Duvier.
First row: Alene Andrews, Jennifer Lee, Murray Polk, Beth Rather, Carrie Oliver, Mary Donna Wimberly. Second row: Anne Blaufas, Leslie Shea Duling, Noel Anne
Summar, Diana Stanton, Charlotte Napier, Laura Gaw. Third row: Susan Hemrick, Marguerite Nielson, Brent Sharp, Mollie Anderson, Kathy Caldwell, Laura Allen,
Mrs. Nelson, Julie Doochin.
Mr. Bill Lauderdale
Front row: Lindsay King, Tricia Ptomey, Ashley
Smith. Second row; Mr. Lauderdale, Tara
Mrs. Joyce Ward
Kneeling: Katie Braden, Arti Finn. Standing: Lisa
Dukes, Karen Stevenson, Mrs. Ward, Robin
Front Row: Tina Adams, Jennifer Betts, Stacy Sullins. Back Row: Britt Nielsen, Jennifer Lee, Beth McPherson, Tweedy Hildebrand, Beth Sandidge.
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Front Row: Patricia Ptomey, Heather Hollyday, Sarah Chang, Tiffany Hitt, Susan Stevens, Ms. Matthews, Ashley Dale, Kristen Kirby. Second Row: Argie Oman, Carey
Clarke, Andrea Carlsen, Beth Miller, Margo Teas, Anne Altenbern. Third Row: Ashley Spalding, Florence Perry, Susie Simons, Kathryn Schnelle, Cindy Russell, Anna
Kate Cannon, Ashley Hitt.
Front Row: Virginia Betty, Devereux Cummins. Jennifer Betts, Ms. Matthews, Ali Silva, Andrea Carlsen. Becky Lansh, Beth Miller, Anne Altenbern, Dee Davis. Margo
Teas, Briana Handte, Carey Clarke, Wendy Warren. Back Row: Susan Stevens, Ashley Dale, Sarah Chang. Tish Tully, Ashley Spalding. Tiffany Hitt, Kathryn Schnelle.
Grace Lazenby, Wende Hall, Cindy Russell, Ashley Hitt, Andrea Bryant, Kristen Kirby.
Front Row: Virignia Betty, Ashley Gardner, Becky Larish, Patricia Ptomey, Catherine Franklin, Ashley Smith, Adele Simons, Jennifer Rose, Kathryn Schnelle, Jenny
Walker. Back Row: Britt Nielsen, Stacy Sullins, Laura Matter, Debbie Maynard, Briana Handte, Mary Alice Hays, Ginger Hale, Katie Braden.
The 1983-84 varsity cheerleaders
enthused and entertained the
Honeybear crowds at basketball
games. The squad consisted of a senior,
juniors, and sophomores who
maintained the Harpeth Hall spirit. In
addition, they acknowledged people
and classes who demonstrated the most
pride at school games and held two
assemblies to raise the school's
awareness of the fine athletes at
First row: Carol Cavin, Donna Denton, Sarah Dar-
ragh, Brenda Lamb, Bonny Davis, Carol Potter.
Second row: Risa Klein, Gigi Hudson, Jessica
Reynolds, Debbie Good.
This year's freshman cheerleaders
provided encouragement and stirred up
enthusiasm for the freshman basketball
team. The eight girls worked hard at
mastering routines which entertained
the audience and kept team spirit high.
First row: Mimi Baker, Kathy Jackson. Jennifer
Tate, Ashley Gardner. Second row: Beth Triplett,
Elizabeth Thomas, Lori Holcomb.
The Middle School cheerleaders
may be seen practicing in front of the
Middle School many days during
lunch. The squad members lead their
classmates in rousing cheers at athletic
events, promoting school spirit and
First row: Sarah Ruccio, Lindsay King, Tiffy Ba-
ker. Second row: Ashley Smith, Cathy Cato. Third
row: Eleanor Jones.
Diligence, fortitude, and talent enabled
the Harpeth Hall Cross Country teams to
complete successful seasons this year.
Running four to seven miles a day to and
from Percy Warner Park regardless of
weather conditions soon became routine
to these dedicated athletes. The girls'
rigorous training proved to be a primary
factor in the accomplishments of the
season. The exemplary leadership of
Tracy Orcutt, Jennifer Cox, and Amanda
McPherson pulled the team together for
the wins at the dual meets as well as the
disappointing losses. The superior
coaching abilities of Mrs. Susan Russ, an
essential constituent of the team's
victories, has succeeded in rebuilding this
year's young team. The Middle School
Cross Country team had a successful
season this year. They fared well in their
First row: Jenny Don. Booth Andrews, Mandy Emerson, Carey Oliver, Elyse Berkon, Cathy Cato, Ramie Smith.
Second row: Katie McDougall, Ashley Sullivan, Julie Hartzog, Amy Lee, Anne-Kristen Sundae, Mrs. Burr,
Christie Holbrook, Annis Marney. Catherine Creagh, Sarah Mills.
First row: Sarah Hardison, Kristen Mitchell. Second row: Scarlett Weakley, Heidi Woolems. Kim Oliver, Julie Cox, Kristen Orcutt. Third row: Mrs. Russ, Michele
Granda, Ellie Cox, Tracey Orcutt, Deborah Deckner, Beth Berry, Amanda McPherson, Anna Carney, Susan Deckner.
As the most successful team since
1977. this year's varsity volleyball team
accumulated an impressive 24-7 record
and captured four very prestigious titles.
In the annual AAA Tournament,
hosted this year by GPS in Chattanooga,
the Honeybears tied for first place. As
defending champions in the Father Ryan
Classic, the Honeybears captured their
second championship title as they
defeated Ryan, Greenbriar, FRA, and
Hillwood in a very hard-fought
tournament. Kim Bueno and Lil Bradford
were named to the All-Tournament
In District competition, Harpeth Hall
rallied to finish as District Runner-up.
Betsy Hilton, Kristin Breuss, and Kim
Bueno received All-District honors.
The Honeybears then advanced to the
Regionals and rallied once more to reach
the finals against Glencliff and ended a
very illustrious season as Regional
Runner-up. Kim Bueno received All-
Seniors Lil Bradford and Kim Bueno
were honored as members of the All-
Nashville first team pick and Betsy
Hilton received second team honors.
The freshman team also had a very
successful season, finishing as the number
one team in their district.
The Middle School team finished
fourth in the H.V.A.C.
Front row: Arwen Staros, Nancy Brown, Laura Molesworth, Anne Moore, Page Polk. Second row: Kristen
Breuss, Susie Stevens, Angie Gaw, Paige Thomas. Jenny Amacher, Grayson Morgan. Third row: Kim Bueno, Lil
Bradford. Betsy Hilton, Miss Moran.
Front row: Erin Moroney, Maria Carrol, Julia Trabue, Beth Williams. Claire
Vaughn, Sarah Nash. Second row: Sally Teloh, Gigi Davis. Carolyn Gifford, Eve
Robinson, Catherine Mayes, Lisa Kirchner, Kelley Schmitt, Anne Breinig, Miss
Front row: Melanie Russell, Ashley Caldwell. Second row: Ellen Nelson, Gracie
Russell, Amy Welhoelter, Beth Schweikert, Lezley Dale. Third row: Beth Triplett,
Laura Francis, Reed Harwell, Becky Watson, Susan Wattleworth, Mary Frances
Evers, Mrs. Moran.
The Upper School varsity soccer team
finished an exciting season. Daily
practices and scrimmages, held under the
direction of head coach Mrs. Dugan
Davis, developed and sharpened the girls'
soccer skills. Mrs. Mary Armstrong
helped the team with constructive
criticism that led to an exciting 4-0 win
over Girl's Preparatory School of
Chattanooga and a fourth place finish in
the girl's high school league tournament.
The Middle School soccer team also
enjoyed a successful season. With
assistance from Mrs. Joyce Lee, Mrs.
Davis coached the girls through a winning
season. The team finished third in the
HVAC tournament with a 1-0 win over
archrival Ensworth. Mrs. Davis looks
forward to the participation of the eighth
graders on future varsity soccer teams.
First Row: Ali Silva. Ellen Crawford, Wendy Bryan, Gretchen Strayhorn, Miller Graves, Peggy Pendergrass,
Nina Brown. Elizabeth Hightower. Debbie Good, Susan Stumb, Andi Boklage. Second Row: Barbara Brown,
Mary Irwin, Mary Brugh Chaffin, Carrie Doyle, Sarah Sitton, Ashley Clements. Third Row: Mrs. Davis, Marce
Jones, Kim Jones. Elizabeth Bass, Andrea Andrews.
First Row: Kristin Mathes, Lori Dioguardi, Edith Trost, Lynn Bouchard, Ferris Newell, Kara Sitton, Ramie
Smith, Julie Hartzog. Second Row: Jennifer Rose, Katie McDougall, Mrs. Lee, Sally Sprouse, Claire Vaughn,
Christine Johnston, Gigi Creson, Maria Connelly, Katy Hamburg, Allison Smith, Annis Marney, Mrs. Davis.
After starting the season with a record
of two wins and nine losses, the Varsity
Basketball team fought to win the next
twelve out of twenty-one games, finishing
the season with fifteen wins and eighteen
losses. Under the leadership of coach Tom
Young and seniors Anne Bond and Rae
Mifflin, the Harpeth Hall team
highlighted their season by going to the
regional tournaments for the first time in
the school's history. In addition, Sarah
Sitton was named to the All-District
The freshman team had a successful
year with a record of seven and ten.
Although several players suffered injuries,
the girls, led by coach Mike Goodwin,
proved to have great potential for future
varsity teams, and Lezley Dale made All-
Miss Nan Reed coached the Harpeth
Hall Middle School team to a winning
year as they tied for third in the season
and placed fourth in the HVAC
tournament. Mrs. Nancy Duvier and Mr.
Lee Smith coached the sixth grade
basketball team to another successful
year which culminated in a third place
trophy in the Oak Hill Invitational.
First row: Mary Margaret Crowell, Jenny Walker. Second row: Mrs. Cherry. Jennifer Rechter, Catherine
Mayes, Ramie Smith, Annis Marney, Katie McDougall, Kelly Schmitt, Sally Sprouse. Third row: Sarah Morris,
Maria Carroll, Claire Vaughn, Emily Carol Miller, Anastasia Potanin, Amy Foust.
First row: Mandy Emerson, Beth Rather, Rebecca
Green, Charlotte Napier, Connie Smith, Amy
Nichols. Second row: Ann Blaufass, Laura Jack,
Noel Ann Summer, Susan Hemrick, Molly
Anderson, Francis Jackson, Laura Gaw, Brent
First row: Lezley Dale, Susan Wattleworth, Kristin Mitchell. Laura Francis. Second row: Mr. Goodwin, Chloe Lenderman, Anne Smith, Sarah Hardison, Beth Berry.
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First row: Sarah Sitton, Nancy Brown, Anne Bond. Rae Mifflin. Suzanna Smith. Trish McNamee. Second row: Haylee Waddey, Kim Jones. Carrie Doyle, Grace Russell,
Amy Welhoelter, Mr. Young.
The 1984 tennis team, coached by Mrs.
Pat Moran, had a competitive season. The
team took a first place in Harpeth Hall's
Patty Chadwell Invitational and second
place in the prestigious Rotary
Tournament in Chattanooga. In addition,
the team captured first place in the
District tournament, a win which
qualified Harpeth Hall for the Regionals.
In an exciting season's end Elizabeth
Arnold took an impressive second place in
the State Tournament, and she and Diana
Cherry combined efforts to achieve an
outstanding first place finish in the
doubles. Overall, Harpeth Hall placed
second in the State Tournament.
The Middle School tennis team had an
extremely prosperous season. Miss Kerry
Sullivan coached the team which was
managed by Ware Petznick. They
suffered few defeats and upheld Harpeth
Hall's fine tennis tradition.
First row: Ellen Sergent. Wendy Bryan. Kristin Breuss, Ashley Caldwell. Second row: Beth Schweikert, Angie Gaw, Susie Stevens. Diana Cherry. Third row: Elizabeth
Arnold, Jenny Amacher. Ellen Nelson, Buffy Baker.
First row: Christin Matties, Amanda Matthews, Ashley Sullivan, Amory Smith, Kate Davis, Phyllis Sloan. Second row:
Miss Sullivan, Ware Petznick, Cynthia Averbuch, Ramey Smith, Ferris Newell, Lori Diogardi.
Coached by Susan Russ and Mark
Webb, Harpeth Hall's 1983-1984 Upper
School Track team had a successful
season. The team of twenty-three girls
was a young one, with a majority of
freshmen and no seniors. The track team
placed high in its meets taking second at
the McCallie Invitational in Chattanooga,
second in the Clarksville Rotary Relays,
and fifth in the Optimist Relays in which
Harpeth Hall had the highest finish for
Double and Single A Classifications. In
addition, the team placed second in
Region II AA-A and first in the
Brentwood Triangle Relays. For the first
time Harpeth Hall sent four relay teams
to the state meet. Freshman Beth Berry
qualified in four events, and junior Tracy
Orcutt qualified in the mile. The team
completed its season with a seventh place
finish in the state.
The Middle School Track team, led by
Dugan Davis, consisted of twenty girls.
Even though the year was a rebuilding
one, the girls, with Annis Marney at the
helm, were competitive in the H.V.A.C.
First row: Jacqueline Saturn. Jenny Loomis, Andi Boklage, Jessy Jones, Sarah Hardison. Second row: Mr. Webb. Anna Carney, Anne Moore, Kristin Mitchell. Jessica
Reynolds, Nina Brown, Amanda McPherson, Mrs. Russ. Third row: Laura Francis, Mimi Baker, Melanie Russell, Anne Smith, Beth Berry. Fourth row: Scarlett Weakley,
Kim Oliver, Tracy Orcutt, Amy Welhoelter, Peggy Pendergrass, Lori Holcomb.
First row: Mary Margaret Crowell, Rebekah Warren. Second row: Anne Breinig, Ramey Smith, Katie Hardin, Sarah Morris, Maria Conneley, Kristin Volkert. Third row:
Allison Smith, Paige Simpkins, Kara Sitton, Kathy Clark, Cathie Cato, Amy Lee, Libby Benning. Fourth row: Kathy Hamling, Claire Vaughn, Holly Shear, Dabney Le-
dyard, Kristi Holbrook, Annis Marney. Fifth row: Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. Davis.
The Middle School softball teams
played competitively this year. The team
opened their exciting season with two
easy victories over Harpeth Academy (28-
3) and Oak Hill (10-2). The skillful
coaching of Mrs. Nelson certainly helped
the team progress. The sixth grade team
consists of: Mollie Anderson, Booth
Andrews, Alyson Beauchamp, Susie
Creagh, Leslie Shea Duling, Abbay
Eaden, Mandy Emerson, Laura Gaw,
Rebecca Greene, Laura Jack, Francis
Jackson, Connie Smith, Diana Starrton,
Ginny Thompson, and Kate Wilk. The
seventh and eighth grade team also
displayed a great deal of talent during the
1984 softball season. The combination of
team cooperation and Mrs. Burr led the
team to a 15-3 victory over B.G.A. for the
season's opener. Team members included:
Maria Connelly, Kelley Schmitt, Erin
Moroney, Christy Jackson, Julie Hartog,
Sharon Coker, Marice Carol, Jennifer
Rose, Becky Bond, Katie McDougall, and
Bambi Bingam. Both the sixth and
seventh grade teams displayed the athletic
talent of the Honevcubs.
First row: Mary Donna Wimberly, Mandy Emerson, Connie Smith, Booth Andrews, Allyson Beauchamp.
Second row: Amy Nichols. Laura Gaw, Kate, Wilk, Ginny Thompson. Third row: Diana Stanton, Susie Creagh,
Laura Jack, Rebecca Greene, Abby Eadon. Fourth row: Laura Allen, Leslie Shea Duling, Frances Jackson,
Brent Sharp. Fifth row: Julie Doochin, Mrs. Gaw, Molly Anderson, Mrs. Nelson.
First row: Bambi Bingham, Anastasia Potanin, Julie Hartzog. Second row: Maria Connelley, Shawn Coker,
Kelly Schmitt, Becky Bond, Julie McGuigan. Third row: Christy Jackson, Jennifer Rose, Ashley Norton. Fourth
row: Mrs. Duvier, Mrs. Burr, Maria Carroll, Erin Moroney, Katie McDougall.
During the weekend of August 26, 27,
and 28 students and faculty gathered for
the fourth Annual Leadership Conference
at Brandon Springs Camp, Land Between
the Lakes, Kentucky. Directed by Mrs.
Anita Schmid, Mrs. Ginger Justus, Mrs.
Joan Warterfield, Mrs. Sanda Davis, and
Mrs. Emily Fuller, the 1983-84 school
leaders learned to be more efficient and
took time to plan for the coming year.
The Conference focused on projects
that would encourage group cooperation
and on various activities to allow students
to meet and get to know other people.
There were helpful discussions on
practical ways to deal with problems that
could come up during the year. In
addition, general conversations were held
on how to become more able leaders and
how students who hold more than one
office can operate effectively.
For new officers there was a quick
lesson in the basic Parliamentary
Procedures for conducting meetings. To
prevent repetition for those who had
attended previous conferences, the old
officers had "refresher courses" on the
attitudes of the leader, the group, and
group members and on how officers can
improve the weaknesses in their clubs and
For the second year Harpeth Hall
presented a play starring parents, faculty,
and students. The school performed
Meredith Wilson's The Music Man on
September eighth through eleventh to
raise money for the activities of the Men's
Club. The cast included Dick Good as
Professor Harold Hill, Sarah Nichols as
Marian Paroo, Sherman Newcomb as
Marcellus, Don Fisher as Mayor Shinn,
and Anne Tonelson as Eulalie Shinn. The
students involved included Lynn
Newcomb as Zaneeta Shinn. Michael
Starr as Tommy Djilas, Tiffy Baker as
Amaryllis, and Matt Warren as Winthrop
Paroo. The show was directed by Joe
Giles, with choreography by Lee Ann
The Music Man story revolves around
Professor Harold Hill, a travelling
salesman who, claiming to form a boys'
band, tries to swindle money out of the
River City townspeople. Meanwhile,
Marian, the town's librarian, gathers
evidence against Harold and his alma
mater. The two gradually fall in love with
a little help from Mrs. Paroo, Marian's
mother, played by Libby Hagewood.
The Music Man was a spectacular
amateur performance. The School Board
Barbershop Quartet, David Wood,
Gordon Turnbull, Jim Warren, and Bill
Lauderdale, harmonized on old familiar
tunes, and the scenes in which the chorus
danced highlighted the production.
THE MUSIC MAN
Every year Harpeth Hall participates in the
AAA (Academics, Athletics, and Activities)
Conference with three other girls' schools from the
South: Julius T. Wright from Mobile, Alabama,
Hutchison School from Memphis, Tennessee, and
Girls' Prepatory School in Chattanooga,
Tennessee. This year the conference was held in
Chattanooga, Tennessee. Girls belonging to the
Honor Council, Student Council, publications, and
volleyball team attended and stayed with G.P.S.
girls in their homes. The girls attended morning
classes and chapel at G.P.S. During lunch they
were treated to entrees such as stuffed crab and
chef salad, something the girls missed at Harpeth
Hall, and met with the other schools to share
ideas in special interest areas.
In volleyball the Honeybears beat Hutchison
and Wright but lost a close game to G.P.S. which
was played in front of G.P.S.'s entire student
body. Amid the mass, however, a small group of
Harpeth Hall girls cheered the Honeybears on.
The volleyball team tied for first with G.P.S. and
Wright, while Hutchison placed second. On the
way home the girls went on a tour of the
University of the South at Sewanee.
Upon their return to Nashville, the girls were
glad to be back and felt both grateful and lucky to
attend Harpeth Hall.
The Harpeth Hall 1983 Fall Dance
proved to be a huge success. Sponsored by
the Student Council, the dance took place
in Bullard Gym from 8:00 to 12:00 p.m.
on Saturday, November 5. Decorations of
purple and silver balloons and an entrance
tunnel added to the excitement of the
night. The walls of the Cubby Hole were
covered with posters and album covers of
various rock groups to provide a colorful
backdrop, enhancing the theme "Girls
Rock Your Boys," which was chosen
unanimously by all four classes.
"Nobody's Business" played and everyone
rocked to popular songs that were
familiar to all. The Student Council
provided cold soft drinks and delicious
food for all students, parents, and faculty
members who were brave enough to
tolerate the loud music. When the band
stopped playing and the lights came on,
most of the girls had rocked their boys
into a fun, exciting, Saturday night.
The 1983-1984 school year was the
third year that Harpeth Hall featured two
combined clubs from the original four.
Each girl still becomes a member of one
of the four clubs her freshman year, but
the clubs compete in pairs. In addition to
inciting enthusiasm, the joining of the
clubs is popular and brings the students
The main purpose of the challenges is
to increase spirit and involvement in the
school, to promote sportsmanship, and to
increase participation in both athletic and
non-athletic events. The first challenge
this year was the Big Wheel Relay. Due
to unforseen circumstances that challenge
was a tie. Later in the year the An-Eccos
challenged the Ar-Tris to a game of
battleball, and the An-Eccos were
triumphant by a close margin. Despite
Dr. Betty Marney's awesome intelligence
in the Club Bowl, the Ar-Tris won. The
Clubs and the challenges are a popular
tradition that will be continued in the
Wild West Day
On April 26, the Student Council
pleasantly surprised both students and
faculty as they presented "Wild West
Day." After a picnic lunch the four
classes and the faculty participated in
many fun-filled activities, including a
wheelbarrow race, a team food-eating
race, and a "Pin the Cast on J.R."
contest. Students and faculty cheered on
their respective teams. The teachers
ended up as the final victors and won a
free Duds Day. Later in the afternoon,
the Student Council put on a skit, "Who
creamed J.R." It turned out that Miss
Jane Berry committed the "creamer
"Wild West Day" proved to be a great
success and adventure outside of class. It
was undoubtedly better than the political
assembly that was previously scheduled
for the time.
Senior Recognition Day marked the beginning
of the long road to graduation for the class of
1984. On this day the class formally accepted the
responsibilities of leadership for the school.
In a special assembly senior class president Tish
Tully announced the senior class motto, "Reach
for the spirit within you", and the class colors,
peach and blue. Mr. Wood accepted both on
behalf of Harpeth Hall. Each senior received her
own beanie and took her position as a full member
of the class of 1984. The assembly concluded with
the singing of the alma mater, and throughout
that week the seniors displayed their class spirit
by wearing their colors. Senior Recognition Week
was special for the class of 1984 in that they
enthusiastically accepted new responsibilities of
Junior-Senior Day was the last chance that the
juniors had to annoy the seniors before
graduation. As a disguise for their pranks, the
juniors dressed up as little boys and the seniors
dressed up as little girls. The annual event took
place on May 18 and featured games for the two
classes planned by Lil Bradford. The games were
held during lunch and included an egg toss and
"Red Rover." The senior class bought submarine
sandwiches for lunch for both classes. While the
seniors were peacefully enjoying their lunches,
they were surprised by the juniors with an attack
of water balloons. The seniors retaliated in what
turned out to be a water balloon war. Junior-
Senior Day prepared both classes for the
upcoming graduation ceremony.
From the Senior Capping ceremony
honoring the class of 1984 to the Smurf
Big Wheel race between the Ar-Tri and
the An-Ecco clubs, the assemblies act as
an important part of each day. The joint
Choral Assembly presented by both
Middle and Upper School students as
well as Mr. Irvin Limor's discussion about
his metallic sculptures added a cultural
dimension to the fall assemblies. Dr.
Green and Dr. McNab informed students
of the hazardous results of anorexia
nervosa and smoking. Also this fall,
Cindy Smith, a sports writer for the
NASHVILLE BANNER, told of the
experiences and challenges of her career.
Other assembly programs included Mr.
Igor Kavass' talk about his recent trip to
Russia and the Key Club's District
Governor, Patrick Garrett, who spoke
about reaching to achieve our goals.
Finally, some assemblies were for
entertainment, such as the Student
Council play and the teaser for the fall
musical, NO, NO, NANETTE. Thus, the
fall assemblies, whether educational or
purely entertaining, serve as an
enlightening part of each school day.
Mr. Irvin Limor explains the motivation for his artwork.
On Monday, November 21, is the
Marnie Sheridan Art Gallery, the Middle
School Council, headed by President
Ramie Smith and Vice-President Annie
B. Williams, sponsored the annual
Grandmothers' Tea. Girls in the sixth,
seventh, and eighth grades were asked to
invite their grandmothers or a close friend
for an afternoon of tea and desserts. The
tables were brightly decorated with
candles and flowers. During the course of
the afternoon, the seventh grade sang for
the gathering, making this year's tea a
truly special occasion. Approximately
four hundred people attended the yearly
event, and both the grandmothers and the
girls felt that the tea made for an
That's Entertainment was an
alternative to the annual talent show
which usually takes place during
Composition Red and Green. The
sophomore class sponsored the event
which was a combination of short acts.
These acts consisted of singing, dancing,
and comedy routines. The entertainers
performed while the audience enjoyed a
variety of desserts served by waiters and
waitresses from the sophomore classes of
Harpeth Hall and M.B.A. Julie Perkins
and Rob Ikard, masters of ceremonies,
introduced each act with the help of a
chorus of Harpeth Hall students and
provided humor between acts. That's
Entertainment proved to be a welcome
addition to the joint school activities.
The many hours of hard work that
American Field Service president Mary
McLaughlin and other A.F.S. members
put in during the 1983-1984 year resulted
in their annual Celebrations of Many
Lands, held on Thursday, October 27.
This exotic event was not only directed
towards eating and having a great time, it
also concentrated on learning about
different cultures through displays,
costumes, food, and decorations typical of
different nations. The countries
represented included France, Germany,
Italy, Mexico, Tunisia, England, Soviet
Georgia, the Fiji Islands, and many more.
The purpose of A.F.S. is to allow
students to experience various foreign
cultures through Celebrations and the
sponsoring of foreign exchange students.
Harpeth Hall is very fortunate to have
the A.F.S. program and the opportunity
to sponsor Florence Savage from France
for the 1983-1984 school year.
On November 18, 19, and 20 Davis
Auditorium was filled with flappers as the
Harpeth Hall Playmakers produced NO,
NO, NANETTE under the leadership of
Mrs. Sandra Davis, Mrs. Ray Berry, and
Mr. Scott Leathers. The musical begins
with three floozies, Cathy Phister,
Rebecca Fogg, and Dillie Sloan, visiting
their "Uncle" Jimmy Smith, played by
Timothy Don. Afraid his wife Sue, played
by Julie Hays, will get the wrong idea,
Jimmy has his lawyer Billy Early, played
by David Wood, pay off the floozies. The
plot complicates when Lynn Newcomb as
Lucille Early, Dara Russell as Nanette,
Rob Summer as Nanette's boyfriends
Tom, and Sue arrive at Chickadee
cottage to find Jimmy, Billy, and the
three floozies. The conflicts are resolved
and NO, NO, NANETTE concludes with
a colorful finale bringing the gaiety and
merriment of the roaring twenties to
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During January Winterim provided
students with unique learning
opportunities. Travel options and work-
study programs were available to juniors
and seniors while freshmen and
sophomores participated in an on-campus
curriculum. This year trips to Great
Britain, France, the Bahamas, and New
York were enormous successes.
Upperclassmen found working in
hospitals, the Governor's office, and area
schools challenging and rewarding. On-
campus courses ranged from "Bridge" to
classes devoted to sharpening academic
Interim provided the Middle School
with a week of new learning situations.
Popular courses such as "Junior Curators
at the Cumberland Museum" and
"Careers" presented the girls with
exciting and meaningful experiences.
Both Winterim and Interim developed
new interests and broadened the students'
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The Middle School presented
CINDERELLA Friday, March 2 and
Saturday, March 3 in Davis Auditorium.
The main characters were Cinderella,
played by Paige Ferragina, the fairy
godmother, played by Robyn Growden,
and the prince, played by Edith Trost.
Among the other characters were Julie
McGuigan as the stepmother, Patricia
Ptomey and Katie Hardin as the
stepsisters, Beth Blaufuss as the king, and
Abigail Goldberg as the queen. One of
the largest groups ever in a middle school
play completed the cast. The production
was directed by Mrs. Sandra Davis and
Mrs. Ray Berry.
The play followed the traditional fairy
tale story of Cinderella, while
incorporating the music and lyrics of
Rogers and Hammerstein. The impressive
sets and backdrop were constructed by
Middle School students and together with
creative costumes, they added to the
authenticity of the production.
The perfect couple is united in matrimony.
On February 21, Harpeth Hall carried
on the tradition of celebrating George
Washington's birthday. The seventh
grade, under the direction of Mrs. Merrie
Clark, performed marching drills,
nautical dances, and the minuet in honor
of our first president. The students
perfected their performance in practices
held during Interim and February. The
sailors' energetic horn pipe dance was
supervised by Ms. Leslie Matthews, while
the soliders learned their complicated
drills from Mrs. Susan Russ. Mrs. Ray
Berry led the group in several songs about
Washington's military victories. President
and Lady Washington, two eighth graders
elected by the seventh grade, were
portrayed by Annis Marney and Annie B.
Williams. As in previous years, the
program was enjoyed by parents, faculty,
Annie B. Williams
The second Annual Hawaiian Holiday
Dance on March 31 triggered many
Spring Break memories. The Student
Council transformed the entrance to
Bullard Gym into a native hut complete
with grass fans and straw mats and
distributed free leis to complement the
mood. Hawaiian-clad girls, guys, and
faculty danced to the tunes of "The
Keys" for nearly four hours. The
backdrop enhanced the Hawaiian motif
with its scenes of a tropical sunset over a
rolling wave, a treasure chest, and palm
trees loaded with coconuts. The night was
festive, colorful, loud, and Hawaiian. In
two years this early spring dance has
become a Harpeth Hall tradition.
The variety of topics covered in the Spring Assem-
blies provided Harpeth Hall with a break from the
daily academic rigors. The Student Council sponsored
the annual Career Week with a host of speakers who
discussed their careers and gave advice on possible ca-
reer choices. The subjects of the assemblies ranged
from a program concerning refugees to one encourag-
ing the use of seat belts. Miss Patty Chadwell ad-
dressed the audience as guest speaker for the Cum
Laude program, while on another occasion a group of
concerned students presented a skit promoting school
spirit and pride. A unique treat for the entire student
body was the performance by the Fisk Jubilee Singers
of an inspiring collection of songs during a special as-
sembly. In late March and early April elections for
Student Council president required the candidates to
deliver campaign speeches to the student body prior to
the voting. The cast of YOU CANT TAKE IT WITH
YOU presented a teaser assembly, and Mrs. Ginger
Justus, dressed as an Indian, served as auctioneer for
the Annual Senior Lunch Auction. During National
Foreign Language Week A.F.S. student Florence Sav-
age shared her American experiences with the student
YOU CAN'T TAKE
IT WITH YOU
On April 13, 14, and 15, the Harpeth Hall
Playmakers performed Hart and Kaufman's YOU
CANT TAKE IT WITH YOU. The plot of the
comedy revolves around the story of Alice, played by
Dillie Sloan, and Tony, MBA's Scott O'Neal, who fall
in love and consequently become engaged. Alice realizes
that her bizarre family will not be tolerated by Tony's
rich, traditional parents. Alice's family may be lacking
in talent, but they excel in determination whether it be
in writing war stories, in making fireworks, or in simply
trying to avoid the Internal Revenue Service. More
importantly, they enjoy life. The elderly Mr.
Vanderhoff, played by David Wood, Jr., explains the
importance of having an occupation you enjoy and
benefitting from life as much as possible.
Directed by Mrs. Sandra Davis, the cast of nineteen
included seniors Julie Hays and Elliott Sloan as Mr.
and Mrs. Sycamore, Rob Summer and Susan Deckner
as the aristocratic Mr. and Mrs. Kirby, Risa Klein as
Rheba, the maid, Jimmy Moore as Mr. Depinna, and
Lynn Newcomb as the Grand Duchess Olga Katrina.
The production was amusing, but more important, it
reinforced the necessity of living one's life to its fullest.
Tony calms his bewildered parents.
A.F.S. Dessert Fest
On April 16 Harpeth Hall kicked off its
annual Foreign Language Week with a Dessert
Fest which featured caloric specialties from
many lands. The countries displaying their
traditional foods included France, the United
States, Hungary, Germany, and Greece, filling
the Marnie Sheridan Art Gallery with
delectable treats. Following this fun and
fattening experience, the French film. THE
BRIDE WORE BLACK, was shown and was
fortunately equipped with subtitles for those
who were a bit rusty on their French. Both
events were enjoyed by students, faculty,
parents, and friends. The Dessert Fest and
Celebrations of Many Lands are the two major
fund-raisers for the American Field Service at
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On Saturday, March 24, the Eighth
Grade transformed the cafeteria into a
starry night as they held the annual
Eighth Grade Combo. From 7:30 to 1 1:30
the girls danced with their dates to the
music of "Nobody's Business." Blinking
white lights became stars on the ceiling,
and balloons and streamers adorned the
walls to convey the theme, "All Night
Long." The couples had their picture
taken in front of a backdrop decorated
with a large silver moon. Students were
not the only ones enjoying themselves —
Dr. Betty Marney and her husband were
spotted dancing among the throng.
On May 19 Harpeth Hall's McMurray
Center was filled with the music of "Black
Widow" and the beauty of balloons, long
dresses, and tuxedoes as the Junior Class
presented the Junior-Senior Prom in honor of
the graduating Seniors. The theme, Mardi
Gras, enabled the Juniors to make fun and
festive decorations for the big spring dance.
Presentation, when the Prom Queen and her
Court, the seniors, and the junior officers were
presented with their dates in front of an
anticipating crowd, was the highlight of the
evening. This year, the Prom Queen was
Amanda Oldham, and her court included senior
Kate Zeitler, junior Jennifer Cox, sophomore
Ashley Hitt, and freshman Ellen Helm. After
the dance, the juniors invited the seniors to an
early morning breakfast to conclude the
festivities. The juniors' hard work gave the
seniors a memorable prom.
The theme of the 1984 Prom added to the pleasure of the evening.
On May 11, 12, and 13, the Harpeth Hall
Dance Clubs presented their annual Dance
Concert. This year's show was dedicated to Miss
Polly Fessey in appreciation of her many
contributions to Harpeth Hall. Mrs. Stephanie
Hamilton and guest dancer, Larry A. Lee, got the
show off on a lively foot in their tap number,
"Feets Too Big." Next was the jazz club's spirited
"Hooked on Swing." "Leyenda" was the
dramatic ballet performance in which Beth
McPherson portrayed an innocent girl's betrothal,
seduction, dream, wedding, and suicide. The
Modern Dance Club presented an entertaining
and creative leap in "Auld Lang Syne." The
Club's second piece, "Light: Reflection,
Refraction, and Human Reaction," was powerful.
The dancers in "Reflection" resembled moving
sculpture, and the dancers in "Refraction"
appeared as bursts of colored energy. "Steppin' to
the Bad Side" by the Jazz Club was a snazzy,
exciting piece. "Broadway — on Tap — " provided
an excellent finale. Under the direction and hard
work of Ms. Leslie Matthews and Mrs. Hamilton,
this year's Dance Concert once again
demonstrated a tremendous display of dedication,
innovative ability, and creative talent.
The fourth annual Father Daughter
Banquet was held on May 17 at 6:00 in
the Opryland Hotel's Jackson Room.
Students in grades six through twelve and
girls who will be at Harpeth Hall next
fall attended with their fathers, friends,
After all the participants had eaten an
enjoyable dinner, the chorus, under the
direction of Mrs. Ray Berry and
accompanied by Mrs. Marion Ross, sang
"Once in a Lifetime" and a medley of
songs from the musical A CHORUS
LINE. The speaker for the evening was
Ms. Victoria Jackson, president of Diesel
Sales and Service and community leader,
who talked about the qualities needed for
The evening was organized by the
Harpeth Hall Men's Club, an
organization which gives financial aid to
special school projects. The Men's Club
did an outstanding job of providing a
night of food, fun, and entertainment for
The National Merit Corporation was
founded in 1955 to honor outstanding
high school students in all fifty states and
to focus a public spotlight on the
academically bright student. There are
generally fifteen thousand semi-finalists
who represent the top half of one percent
of the nation's graduating seniors
according to PSAT scores. National
Merit Commendees must have scored in
the top five percent. This year Harpeth
Hall had four National Merit
Commendees; Susan Deckner was named
a Semi-Finalist; and the Finalists
included Lizzie Buchanan, Elizabeth
Stein, and Hannah Thompson.
Christina Wong. Betsy Hilton. Julie Hays, Mary McLaughlin.
Hannah Thompson, Susan Deckner. Lizzie Buchanan. Elizabeth Stein.
All Club Picnic
All Club Picnic, held on May 24, was a
fun afternoon of awards and songs, and a
sad afternoon since the seniors would be
graduating soon. The ceremonies began
with several art awards given by Mrs.
Sharon Charney and Mr. Peter Goodwin,
followed by Ms. Leslie Matthews'
presentation of the Honor Dancer Award
to Kathryn Schnelle. Risa Klein, Scottie
Hill, Shan Overton, and Monica Haley
received the class spirit awards. Risa
Klein was also honored with the Ar-Tri
Club Spirit Award, and Amanda Oldham
received the An-Ecco Spirit Award. The
two clubs presented their songs, and the
Ar-Tris won the competition. Callie
Johnson read the HALLMARKS
dedication to Mrs. Martha Greorgy, and
Jeannie Joe read the MILESTONES
dedication to Mrs. Libby Evans. Next
A.F.S. student Florence Savage said her
final farewell to the student body and was
followed by the swearing in of the new
Student Council officers. After Mr. Wood
recognized the Lady of the Hall, Lil
Bradford, and her Court, the festivities
concluded with the singing of the Alma
Mater and tearful good-byes to the
Harpeth Hall recognized the Eighth
Grade Class of 1984 for their outstanding
achievements on June first during Middle
School Honor Day. Miss Abbay Eaden
gave the invocation, and the seventh
grade chorus followed with songs directed
by Mrs. Douglas Berry. Dr. K.C. Ptomey,
Jr., Pastor of Westminster Presbyterian
Church, delivered an inspiring address to
the class of 1984. Miss Polly Fessey,
director of the Middle School, awarded
the girls who showed excellence in
specific fields. Annis Marney received the
Daugh W. Smith Award and the Eighth
Grade Class Spirit Award, while Sarah
Morris was given the Polly Fessey Award.
Susie Creagh and Jenny Walker received
the Sixth and Seventh Grade Class Spirit
Awards, and Ariston won the Athletic
Cup, Club Challenge Bowl, and Club
Citizenship Award. Mrs. David Ward
assisted in the presentation of the
certificates. This lovely ceremony was
concluded with the Alma Mater and a
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Dr. Ptomey encourages the Eighth Grade to dream.
Decorated with peach and blue
streamers and balloons, the tented patio
of Julie Hays' home looked elegant for
the Senior Banquet. The graduating
seniors and the faculty enjoyed a gourmet
meal and interesting entertainment.
Senior Class president Tish Tully
presented gifts to the class sponsors, Mrs.
Pat Moran and Dr. Betty Marney, and to
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Hays for their
generosity. Three "Wise Men," Kim
Bueno, Holly Conner, and Risa Klein,
shed light on the futures of the graduates
in a humorous way. The "wise men" also
read some of the seniors" Last Wills and
Testaments. Afterwards, Tish Tully and
Lil Bradford presented a poem about bad
days at college. Finally, Tish Tully closed
the evening with a poem about friendship
and a few reflections on her year as the
Senior Class President. The evening was
filled with good food, memories, laughter,
pictures, and promises for future
Eat, drink, and be merry, for Monday we graduate!
Following the presentation of the Lady
of the Hall and her Court on Sunday,
June 3, the Junior-Senior Step Singing
ceremony began on the front lawn of
Souby Hall. Parents, friends, and
relatives gathered for this traditional
event honoring the Class of 1984. After
the processional of the classes, the Junior
Class officers came forward and laid
forth the Daisy Chain which is a tribute
to the Senior Class. The Class of 1984
then sang "Along the Road," written by
Dan Fogelberg. Tish Tully, Senior Class
president, presented Mr. Wood with the
class gift, a donation to the Campaign
Fund for the building of a new math-
science wing. Tish transfered the Senior
Diary to Lindy Rogers, president for the
Class of 1985. The Junior Class recited
the Senior Pledge and sang Michael W.
Smith's "Friends," and the afternoon
program concluded with the Harpeth Hall
Lady of the Hall
This year's Lady of the Hall, Lil Bradford, embodied
the ideals of Harpeth Hall throughout her high school
years. Due to her qualities of leadership, enthusiasm,
support, and involvement, Lil was chosen by her fellow
schoolmates as this year's Lady of the Hall. For these
same qualities, Lil was recognized with various awards
throughout her high school career. These included the
Sewanee Award, the Optimist Youth Appreciation
Award, the Exchange Club Youth of the Month Award,
and the D.A.R. Award. She has been active in several
sports, namely golf, soccer, and volleyball. She also was
a member of various clubs and organizations, ranging
from Chorus to A.F.S. Lil served as class president her
junior year and student council vice-president her senior
year. In addition, she served on the Honor Council and
was secretary-treasurer as a senior. Lil was definitely an
excellent choice for Lady of the Hall for she not only
fulfilled its requirements, she surpassed them.
Each year at graduation the Katie
Wray Award is presented to the senior
who has achieved the highest four year
grade point average. This year's recipient,
Lizzie Buchanan, is truly deserving of this
honor. In recognition of her academic
excellence she has been inducted into Mu
Alpha Theta, the honorary mathematics
society, and Cum Laude, a society
recognizing outstanding scholarship in
secondary schools. She also received the
Sophie Dobson academic award,
presented at All-Club Picnic. Earlier this
year Lizzie was named a National Merit
Finalist, one of the highest awards a high
school student can receive. She was later
awarded a National Merit Scholarship.
Academics is by no means the only
area in which Lizzie excels. She is active
in her church and has worked part time
throughout her high school years. In
addition to these activities, she has
participated in the Key Club and has
represented her class on the Honor
Council for three years. Last spring she
was elected to serve as president of the
Honor Council for 1983-1984.
Lizzie's high school career has been an
active and fruitful one, and her future at
the University of Virginia appears equally
^ady of the Hall
iatie Wray Award — Valedictorian
danelle McMurray Award — for outstanding qualities of loyalty, leadership, and dedication
D.A.R. Award — for outstanding qualities of dependability, leadership, and patriotism
fanet Evans Award — for outstanding qualities of loving caring, and sharing
3um Laude Award — to the non-member who has best exemplified the ideals of the society
English Award — to the Senior with the highest four-year average in English
Uusan S. Souby Award — most improved Senior English
^ucie Fountain French Award
ispiritu Espanol Award — for the most improvement, involvement, and dedication to the study of Spanish
Spanish Award — for excellence in Senior Spanish
iumma Cum Laude Latin Award
American History Award
'ickens Science Award Award
vlu Alpha Theta Award — for excellence in mathematics
vlarnie Sheridan Art Award
^orinne Oliver Tennis Award
J atty Chadwell Award — for greatest participation in intramurals
iewanee Club Award — to the Junior who is outstanding in scholarship, character, and citizenship potential
Randolph Macon Award — to the Sophomore who best exemplifies the ideals of the college
second Honors Award
fhird Honors Award
The Senior Class of 1984 graduated in
the presence of family and friends on the
beautiful evening of June 4. Following the
processional and Mr. David Wood's
invocation, the Harpeth Hall Chorus
performed two appropriate songs. Senior
Kim Bueno presented an interesting
speech expressing the graduates' pride in
their class and their school. After Kim's
speech Dr. James Daughdrill, president of
Southwestern at Memphis, gave an
inspiring speech urging the graduates to
look back at the past, to look at
themselves, and to look ahead to the
future. Dr. Daughdrill's speech was
followed by the conferring of diplomas by
Mr. Wood and Mrs. Rutter, and the
presentation of awards to several of the
graduates. The seniors sang their class
song, "Along the Road" by Dan
Fogelberg, and the audience joined in for
the Alma Mater.
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For the year 1983-1984 the editors, staff, photographers,
and sponsor of MILESTONES 1984 have worked toward
the best representation of the book's theme: school pride
and spirit. We hope that through the pictures, copy,
layouts, and dedication, the main elements of every
MILESTONES, we have accomplished this goal. Even our
choice of the color for the cover of the book is very
important. This year we have chosen grey, an official
school color and one of the colors of the 1983 Junior Prom,
an event that unified the class of 1984. All of these
ingredients are necessary for the publication of
MILESTONES, and we hope that this yearbook is as
special to the Harpeth Hall community as it is to everyone
involved in its production.
The editors and sponsor of MILESTONES 1984 would like to thank Mr. Togue Uchida for enormous help with pictures, Mrs. T.G. Pennington for color
photos, Mr. Hap Minhinnet for school dance pictures, Mrs. Libby Evans for being the silent guide, Mr. Gordon Turnbull for helping out in several jams, and
Mr. Bill Benson of Herff-Jones. MILESTONES 1984 is a publication of Harpeth Hall School, Nashville, Tennessee, printed by Herff-Jones Yearbooks.
Year at a Glance
Leadership Conference at Brandon Springs with the buffalo, as usual.
School starts. Seniors embrace Big Boy and caravan to school in full
MUSIC MAN: "With a capital "T that rhymes with 'P' that stands for
'pool' . . ."
A. A. A. Conference: H.H. Honeybears meet G.P.S. Bruisers in scenic
Senior Recognition Day: Seniors beaned.
MILESTONES Picture Day: Mrs. Turnbull displays hidden cheerleading
A.F.S.: Remember the Fiji room? Bananas and what?
Fall Combo: Girls rocked their boys.
NO, NO, NANETTE: They were happy to make you happy, too.
9- Exams and Winterim provide both an unpleasant and a pleasant break
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14 Valentine's Day: Zorro leaves his mark.
19 Hawaiian Holiday: What a punch!
12 Science Fair: Yes, we have no letters.
22 YOU CANT TAKE IT WITH YOU: (but trying is surely fun!)
1 1 Dance Concert: Color and movement on the stage.
19 Prom: Are you still missing kissing?
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AMANDA MATTEWS ABLES
Eccowasin. Student Faculty 1; Class Treasurer 2, 3;
Chorus 1; Junior Classical League 1; Spanish Club 3,
4; Cheerleader 1. "Lookin' good, feelin' good, too."
"Ashley and Tiffany — Annual Party after last exam"
"Spring Break '84 — Ft. Lauderdale" "Alabama
Slamma Jamma" Mandy.
Eccowasin. Student Council 1; Class Athletic Man-
ager 4; Spanish Club 1. 2; Christian Fellowship 3, 4;
Athletic Association 4; Basketball 1 ; Tennis 1,2,3,4.
"I loveya man — now get out of here." "Chain reaction
and Earl the Pearl" "I'm going to Chattanooga this
weekend." "Amy, you need a reuben." Elizabeth.
NANCY ELIZABETH BACH
Eccowasin. Transfer student 2; LOGOS II Staff 3,
Copy Editor 4; Chorus 2, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4;
Outing Club 3, 4; Societe Honoraire de Francais 3, 4;
Quill and Scroll Society 4. "You really crack me up."
"Jane Fonda on College Trip "83" "Can you give me a
ride home?" "Days of Our Lives Crew" Nancy.
ANNE CATHERINE BOND
Eccowasin. Challenge Co-Captain 4; Junior Classical
League 1 ; French Club 2: American Field Service 2, 3,
Vice President 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4. "I can't, we
have a game." "Stay — Spring Break '82" "I'll tell you
sixth period." "Did I really act like that when I was a
LILLIAN PATTON BRADFORD
Eccowasin. Student Council Vice President 4; Honor
Council 2, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Class President 3;
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; American Field Service 1, 2; Chris-
tian Fellowship 2, 3; Golf 1, 2, 3; Soccer 1; Volleyball
3, 4; Optimist Youth Appreciation Award 4; All-City
Volleyball Team 4; Sophie Dobson Athletic Award 1;
Sewanee Club Award 3. "Lilly Pad" "Let's get seri-
ous." "Life goes on." "I never want to see another
pumpkin or notepad again." Lil.
HELEN ELIZABETH BUCHANAN
Angkor. Honor Council 3, President 4; Art Club 2;
Junior Classical League 1; Spanish Club 2; American
Field Service 1. 2. 4; Outling Club 2, 3; Key Club 2.
Class Representative 3, Treasurer 4; Cum Laude 3,
Chaplain 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Sophie Dobson
Academic Award 1. 2, 3; National Merit Scholar 4.
"Shoo-doo, Emily" "I am a pencil head." "Well, it's
kind of like Plato's 'Allegory of a Cave'." "Athletics is
my life." Lizzie.
KIM FRANCES BUENO
Ariston. Club Spirit Award 1; Challenge Co-Captain
4; MILESTONES Staff 2, 3, Business Editor 4; LO-
GOS II Staff 1,2,3,4; Penstaff 3, Membership Chair-
man 4; Art Club 1, 2; French Club 1; Spanish Club 2,
3, 4; American Field Service 1. 2; Key Club 2; Quill
and Scroll Society 3, 4; Soccer 1; Softball 2; Volleyball
1, 2, 3, Captain 4; All-District Volleyball Team 3, 4;
All-Regional Volleyball Team 4; All-Nashville Vol-
leyball Second Team 3, First Team 4. "Rise to the
Occasion." "Madman" "The man, the myth, the leg-
end" "One tough chick" Kim.
CYNTHIA FRANCES BURNES
Triad. French Club 1; American Field Service 1. 2;
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 2, 3. "Basketwhat?" "Sor-
ry, Sheryl. I had another flat tire." "Guess who's com-
ing in concert!" "Present" Cindy.
SUSANNAH JANE CAFFRY
Triad. Transfer student 3; Class Sergeant-at-arms 4;
American Field Service 3, Secretary 4; Outing Club 3;
Basketball 3; Soccer 3. "Spring Break '84" "Get a
clue." "Bartholemew" "Bucknell — it's in Pennsylva-
MARY CATHERINE CALLAWAY
Ariston. LOGOS 1 1 Staff 1 , Darkroom Editor 2, Busi-
ness Manager 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Chorus 1. 2, 3;
Junior Classical League 1, 4, Publicity Chairman 2,
Certamen Sponsor 3; Key Club 2, 3; Basketball Man-
ager 1; Quill and Scroll Award 3, 4; Tennessee Junior
Classical League Delegate 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Classical
League TENNESSEE TORCH Editor 4. "Calvin
Gallahad— Slamdancer by night" "Vi Terms of En-
dearment" "Destin '84" "Good Deal" Cathy.
LEE ANN CALTON
Triad. Class Sergeant-at-Arms 2; Chorus 1; Spanish
Club 2, 3. 4; American Field Servicd 2, 3; Basketball
1; Cross Country 1; Softball 3; Track 1. "Flea Ann"
"Ft. Lauderdale "84" "Are we having fun or what?"
"Guess who called me last night." Lee Ann.
MARY BRUGH CHAFFIN
Triad. Class Athletic Association Representative 3;
Playmakers 4; Art Club 1 . 2; Junior Classical League
1; French Club 2, 3; American Field Service 2, 3, 4;
Christian Fellowship 1. 2; Athletic Association 2, 3,
Vice President 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3. President 4;
Basketball 3; Cross Country 2, 3; Soccer 3, 4; Track 1 ,
2. "I call your bluff." "Lookin good, feelin good, too."
"1/10 Clearwater Entourage" "Hard to believe"
HOLLAND ASHLEY CONNER
Angkor. Student Council President 4; Honor Council
3; Class Chaplain 1, Vice President 3; LOGOS II
Staff 3: Junior Classical League 1. 2; Chorus 1, 3. 4;
Spanish Club 3, 4; Key Club 1, 2: Mu Alpha Theta 3,
4; Cheerleader 1 ; Volleyball 1 . 2; Sandy Dicker Award
1; Who's Who Among American High School Stu-
dents 4. "Coke commercial material." "I call your
bluff." "1/10 Clearwater Entourage" "Jeff Turner?
Who's Jeff Turner'" Holly.
DIANE ERICA CORWIN
Triad. Chorus 1. 2, 3; Spanish Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Ameri-
can Field Service 1, 2; Outing Club 2; Swimming 1;
Tennis 1 ; Volleyball 1 . "Leslie, was that a stop sign?"
"The Seven Survivors" "Lookin good, feelin good,
too." "Argie, I'm not Jim." Diane.
SHERYL LYNN COUCH
Triad. Junior Classical League 1; Athletic Association
1, 2, 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3;
Softball 2; Volleyball 1. "Basketwhat?" "It's just a
Christmas present." "Hey Anne, tell me about it sixth
period." "Sta> — Spring Break '82" Sheryl.
ELIZABETH CARROLL CROSSLIN
Eccowasin. Chorus 3; Playmakers 1, 2; American
Field Service 1. 2, 3. 4; Key Club 2, 3; Cross Country
2. "Lookin good, lookin real good." "1/10 Clearwater
Entourage" "Lisa Face" "Italy '83" Lisa.
KELLY EILEEN CULP
Ariston. Transfer student 4; Spanish Club 4; Ameri-
can Field Service 4; Key Club 4. "Snow pea" "Muffy"
"No, I'm just really tired." "My all time favorite"
SUSAN ROGERS DECKNER
Ariston. Chorus 4; Playmakers 2, 3. Secretary-Trea-
surer 4; International Thespian Society 3, 4; Junior
Classical League 1; French Club 2, 3. 4; American
Field Service 1, 2, 3, 4; Outing Club 1, 2, 4, Vice
President 3; Key Club 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Class Repre-
sentative 4; Track Manager 3, 4; National Merit Se-
mifinalist 4. "I'm gonna be a nun." "Kathryn, would
you read my paper?" "I have a small complaint."
"One day, I'm just gonna jump off a chair." Susan.
SANDRA SUZANNE DELVAUX
Eccowasin. LOGOS II Staff 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2;
American Field Service 2, 3; Christian Fellowship 1,
2, 3, President 4; Volleyball 1; Cross Country Man-
ager 2. "Suz" "I love Michael Anthony Luster." "1/
10 Clearwater Entourage" "April 2, 1982" Suzanne.
JUDITH GWYNNE FABER
Angkor. Spanish Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Cross Country 1. 2;
Track 1. "Lookin" good, feelin' good, too." "Mighty
risky" "Sanibel '82" "Ft. Lauderdale '84" Gwynne.
YOLANDA ANN FERRAGINA
Triad. Honor Council Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Class Sec-
retary 3, 4; Penstaff 3, 4; Chorus 1 , 2, 3; Junior Classi-
cal League 2, 4, Secretary 3; American Field Service
2, 3, 4; Christian Fellowship 3; National Latin Exam
Cum Laude 2, 3; State Latin Convention. English
Oratory Award First Place 3. "The Symphony '83"
"Mary, give me some advice." "Lisa, don't you dare
call your mother now." "Mithraism lives forever!" Yo-
HOLLIE ANN FISCHLEY
Eccowasin. Penstaff 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Art
Club 2. 3, 4; French Club 2, 4; Outing Club 1, 3; Key
Club 1. 3. "Do you want to go sailing tonight?" "I'm
not a typical Harpie." "We got ripped off again!" "Yo
mama wears combat boots." Hollie.
CATHERINE LEE FRANKLIN
Angkor. MILESTONES Photography staff 2. 3; LO-
GOS II Staff 4; French Club 1, 2. 3; American Field
Service 1 , 2; Tap Club 1,2.3,4. "Piccolo pause" "Tell
Leonardo I'm in the shower." "Basta!" "You don't
have a run in your hose. Amy." Catherine.
MICHELE ELIZABETH GRANDA
Ariston. Club Spirit Award 1; Class Sergeant-at-
Arms 1, Athletic Association Representative 2; MI-
LESTONES Photography Staff 2, 3; Junior Classical
League 2; Spanish Club 2; Outing Club 1, 2; Athletic
Association 1, 2. Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4;
Cum Laude 3, President 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4;
Basketball 1, 3; Cross Country 1. 2. 3; Track 1, 2;
Cross Country Manager 4; Track Manager 3; Person-
ality of the Month 1 ; Sophie Dobson Academic Award
2, 3, Athletic Award 1, 2, 3; National Latin Exam
Magna Cum Laude. "Peanut" "Elrod goes to Eng-
land." "Spring Break '84" "No, my real name isn't
ERIN ELIZABETH HANDTE
Ariston. MILESTONES Friday Staff 4; Chorus 1, 2;
Junior Classical League 1; French Club 2, 3, Vice
President 4; Outing Club 1 , 2, President 3, 4; Key Club
3, 4. "What's new with you guys?" "I could go for a
glass of iced tea now." "Hang loose Cabin G!" "Yes,
Kathryn and I are sisters, and we are also twins." Erin.
CYNTHIA JANE HARNESS
Triad. French Club 1 , 2; Spanish Club 3, 4; American
Field Service 1, 2. "Lee Ann. what's for Spanish?"
"Jim lives!" "No, ya'll, seriously." "My car's such a
AMY BONDURANT HARVEY
Eccowasin. Student Council 3; Class Vice President 1 ;
American Field Service 1; Jazz Club 2; Modern Club
2. "Hey big mama" "Chill out." "The great Possum
Killer" "I love ya man — now. get outta here." Amy.
JULIE MARLENE HAYS
Anglor. Student Council 4; Honor Council 1; Chorus
1, 3; Playmakers 3, 4; International Thespian Society
3, 4; Junior Classical League 1,2; Key Club 1 , 2, Class
Representative 3, President 4, District Lt. Governor 3:
Volleyball 1; National Merit Commendee 4. "Sue"
"Penny" "I wish I were a Sophomore." "Play practice
is my life." Julie.
ELIZABETH TELLER HILTON
Triad. Chorus 1; American Field Service 1, 2, 3. 4;
Outing Club 1 , 2; Cum Laude 3, 4: Mu Alpha Theta 3,
Vice President 4; Basketball 1 . 2: Soccer 1 ; Tennis 1 , 2,
3, 4; Volleyball 1. 2. 3. 4; Sophie Dobson Academic
Award 2, 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3; National Merit Com-
mendee 4. "Spring Break '82 — Stay" "Unicorns are
not extinct." "I've got setters complex." "I think I'm
allergic to something." Betsy.
TIFFANY NEWELL HITT
Triad. Chorus 1 ; Junior Classical League 1,2; Spanish
Club 3, Vice President 4; American Field Service 1;
Christian Fellowship 3; Jazz Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Modern
Club 2, 4. "Mandy and Ashley, annual party after
exams" "Gwynne, nobody loves me either." "Mandy,
go straight and hang a left." "China girl" Tiffany.
MARIAN LOUISE HOLLYDAY
Angkor. Student Council 1; President's Council 1;
Class President 1; Penstaff 1, 2. 3. 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3;
Playmakers 3, President 4; International Thespian So-
ciety 3, 4; Basketball 1 ; Volleyball 1 ; Volleyball Man-
ager 2; National Merit Commendee 4. "Spring Break
'82 — Stay" "Dancin' in the Street" "Friends are
Friends Forever." "Giggles and grins" Marian.
ROBIN B. INGRAM
Angkor. Chorus 1 . "Does anybody have any food they
don't want?" "I love this commercial." "Mrs. Plum-
mer's favorite four" "I'm not obnoxious." Robin.
MARY BAILEY IRWIN
Triad. Student Council Secretary-Treasurer 4; Honor
Council 3. Vice President 4; Student Faculty Commit-
tee 2; Junior Classical League 1 ; Spanish Club 2, 3,4;
American Field Service 1, 2; Christian Fellowship 1,
2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1 ; Soccer 4; Track 1 ; Representa-
tive to Lady of the Hall 3. "Are you bluffin'?" "l'O
Clearwater Entourage" "Suzanne, you're such a
three-wheelin' mama." "Halen-head — Jump, leap,
JEANNIE QUEENA JOE
Triad. MILESTONES Friday Staff 2, 3, Editor-in-
Chief 4; LOGOS II Staff 1, 2; Playmakers 2; Junior
Classical League 3; French Club 1, 2, 4; American
Field Service 1 , 2; Outing Club 3. 4; Mu Alpha Theta
3, 4; Societe Honoraire de Francais 3, 4; Quill and
Scroll Society 3, 4; Sophie Dobson Academic Award
2, 3; Honors Group for Westinghouse Science Talent
Search 4; National Latin I Exam Summa Cum Laude;
National French IV Exam, Seventh in State 4; Re-
gional Math Comprehensive Exam, Seventh Place 4.
"Oh, 1 was not embarassed, not at all." "I'm Jeannie,
not Christina." "Yeah, I know, I can't count." "Throw
it at me." Jeannie.
CALLIE BALDWIN JOHNSON
Triad. MILESTONES Photography Staff 3; LOGOS
II Staff 1, 2, 3, Photography Editor 4; Penstaff 2,
Secretary-Treasurer 3, HALLMARKS Chairman 4;
Chorus 2, 3; Playmakers 3, 4; Junior Classical League
1; Spanish Club 2, 3; American Field Service 1, 2;
Christian Fellowship 3. 4; Basketball Manager 1 , 2, 3.
"Kathryn, the most ironic thing happened yesterday."
"I'm not mad. I'm just concentrating." "I can't, I have
to get my bangs trimmed." Callie.
RISA LYNN KLEIN
Ariston. Challenge Co-Captain 4; Class Vice Presi-
dent 4; Class Spirit Award 3; Penstaff 4; Playmakers
1, 2. 3, 4; International Thespian Society (Two star
Thespian) 3, 4; French Club 1. 2, 3. 4; American Field
Service 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 2. 3, Captain 4; Sophie
Dobson Academic Award 1. "Seniors, don't eat other
people's food." "Belle Meade Framers" "Kel and Cat,
been hot-tubbing lately?" "Pauline, the maid" Risa.
GRACE WOODARD LAZENBY
Ariston. Christian Fellowship 3, 4; Jazz Club 4; Soc-
cer 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2. "Hey baby" "I'm outta here."
" 1 '0 Clearwater Entourage" "I'm sorry, I'm sorry; it's
not my fault." Grace.
REBECCA LYNNE MATHES
Ariston. Junior Classical League 1; French Club 2. 3,
4; American Field Service 1, 2, 3. 4; Key Club 3, 4.
"Marian, where's Debbie?" "Green Man" "Hey Beth,
love those stripes!" "Moby Dick — the Wonder
MARY BEATTY MCLAUGHLIN
Ariston. Chorus 1 , 2, 3; American Field Service 1,2,3,
President 4; Key Club 2, 3. 4. "Prince Charming"
"Who is it now, Mary?" "Symphony '83" "Howling"
Ariston. LOGOS II Staff 1 ; Chorus 2; French Club 1 ,
2, 3, 4; Modern Club 2; Ballet Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Mu
Alpha Theta 3, 4. "No, I'm not foreign, and yes, I do
speak English." "Dallas, be careful; Dallas be good,"
"Thank you. come back." "Baggies, ripped plastic
pants, cut shirts, cut leotards, always more pointe
LOUISE CLARK MERRITT
Angkor. Intramural Co-Captain 4; Class Sergeant-at-
Arms 3, 4; Spanish Club 1. 2, 3; American Field Ser-
vice 1; Outing Club 1, 2; Athletic Association 4; Key
Club 1 ; Soccer 1 ; Softball 3; Tennis 1 ; Volleyball 1,2.
"I-I-I- don't stutter anymore." "Cluck" "Catalogna,
Ethel's coming" "Ya'll, I can make it on my own."
RAE CLARK MIFFLIN
Ariston. Class Vice President 2, Sergeant-at-arms 3;
American Field Service 1,2; Outing Club 1,2; Athle-
tic Association Secretary-Treasurer 4; Basketball 1 . 2,
3, Captain 4; Soccer 2; Personality of the month 2.
"Mooflin" "Raymond" "Spring Break '84" "No, I
can't go: I've got a game." Rae.
SHERRY LYNN NEWCOMB
Eccowasin. MILESTONES Friday Staff 2, 3, Copy
Editor 4; LOGOS II Exchange Editor 1, Copy Editor
2; Penstaff 2. 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Playmakers 3, 4;
International Thespian Society 3, 4; Volleyball Man-
ager 3; Basketball Manager 3; Quill and Scroll Award
3. "Seniors, please turn in your Index forms!" "Your
such a twit." "That's the best thing I've heard all day."
"Debbie, here comes the sun." Lynn.
REBECCA LEE NORMAN
Ariston. Chorus 1 , 2. 3. 4; French Club 1 . 2, 3; Ameri-
can Field Service 2, 3; Christian Fellowship 3; Key
Club 3. "Yes, Lisa. Brett's coming home this week-
end." "He is so gorgeous." "Callie, your hair looks
fine." "England '84" Rebecca.
AMANDA FRANCES OLDHAM
Eccowasin. Club Challenge Co-Captain 4; Class Stu-
dent Council Representative 2; Class Spirit Award 2;
American Field Service 1. 2; Christian Fellowship 1,
2, 3, 4; Cheerleading 2; Representative to Lady of the
Hall 2; MB. A. Cheerleader 3, 4. "I love Davidson!"
"Coke commercial material" "The Three Muska-
teers" "1/10 Clearwater Entourage" Amanda.
ARGIE VERNON OMAN
Angkor. Chorus 1. 2; French Club 1. 2; Spanish Club
3. Secretary-Treasurer 4; Modern Club 4. "Ft. Lau-
derdale '84" "Jiminy Cricket" "How bout that butter
bowl, Leslie?" "Sometime Friday" Argie.
EMILY SUSAN PAGE
Eccowasin. LOGOS II Staff 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; Play-
makers 4; American Field Service 1,2.4, Secretary 3;
Key Club 2. President 3, Vice President 4; Personality
of the Month 4; Sophie Dobson Academic Award 1;
Cum Laude 4. "Oh tay Fred" "'A Terms of Endear-
ment" "Destin '84" "Popeye rides the PEQUOD."
FLORENCE CAVERT PERRY
Eccowasin. MILESTONES Friday Staff 4; Chorus 1,
2, 3; Junior Classical League 1; French Club 2, 3;
American Field Service 4; Christian Fellowship 1, 2,
3, 4; Modern Club 3, 4. "You twit!" "Lynn, your the
smartest person I know." "We're having fun now!"
"Friends are friends forever." Florence.
MIRIAM DONNA ORIEN PHINIZY
Ariston. Honor Council 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Cho-
rus 2; Playmakers 3; French Club 1, 2, 3; American
Field Service 2, 3, 4; Christian Fellowship 2, 3. 4; Key
Club 2. 3. 4. "Doo" "Almighty Isis" "I wanna marry
you!" "1/10 Clearwater Entourage" Donna.
CATHERINE ELIZABETH PHISTER
Eccowasin. Class Treasurer 1, President 2; Chorus 1,
2. 3, 4; Junior Classical League 1; Spanish Club 3, 4;
American Field Service 1.2; Outing Club 3; Key Club
3; Track 1 . "Fizz Face" "Job Center" "Have ya'll ever
noticed?" "I'm sorry ya'll; I just completely forgot."
KIMBERLY DAWN SANDERS
Angkor. Art Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3;
Outing Club 1, 2, 3; Key Club 1, 2, 3; Softball 3;
Tennis 1. "Karen, watch out for that bridge." "Let's
go to the park." "Hey, what are ya'll doin tonight?"
"Bahamas '84" Kim
Angkor. American Field Service Exchange Student;
Chorus 4; Playmakers 4; Art Club 4; French Club 4;
American Field Service 4; Key Club 4. "Hey Flo!"
"That's nothing but awesome!" "It doesn't make any
sense." "Nonesense, you can't fool me with that."
KAREN LETITIA SCHNEIDER
Angkor. Spanish Club 4; Outing Club 1.2.3; Soccer 1 ,
2, 3; Softball 3; Tennis 1, 2.
KATHRYN CHAPPELL SCHNELLE
Eccowasin. LOGOS II Layout— Art Editor 3, 4; Art
Club 1. 2, 3, 4: French Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; Tap
Club 1 . 2, 3, 4; Modern Club 2,3,4; Jazz Club 4; Cum
Laude 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Quill and Scroll Soci-
ety 4; Randolph Macon Award 2; Art Award for En-
thusiasm 3; National Art Honor Society 3, 4. "Hey
Flab Blab Ducker; Are you going to join the convent?"
"Twenty-five is a great age." "Twin Erin, let's have a
double wedding." "When have I ever been wrong?"
SANDRA ELIZABETH SHOCKLEY
Triad. Chorus 1 ; Spanish Club 1 , 2. 3; American Field
Service 1, 2; Christian Fellowship 4; Key Club 3.
"Sands" "I'm trying to find a ride to U.T. this week-
end." "Laura Lynn, I mean it; I'm really going on a
diet." "Yes, Angie, you can borrow my clothes." San-
SUSAN WILLINGHAM SIMONS
Eccowasin. Student Council Representative 2. 4; MI-
LESTONES Friday Staff 4; Art Club 1. 2, 3, 4;
French Club 2; American Field Service 2; Modern
Club 2, 4; M.B.A. Cheerleader 3. 4. "Hey cutie!
What's happening?" "Kim, you domino" "Leslie, I
am not a mom." "I swear I don't own any rose colored
MARY ELIZABETH SMITHWICK
Eccowasin. Art Club 3; American Field Service 3; Key
Club 3. "Is it 2:25 yet? Well, close enough" "Yeah, I'll
tell Mama Smithwick you said 'Hi'." "Sorry, I can't. I
have to go out to the barn today." "Hey Beth, love
those stripes." Mary Beth.
ASHLEY ELIZABETH SPALDING
Angkor. Chorus 1, 2; Junior Classical League 1;
French Club 2; American Field Service 1 ; Jazz Club 3.
4; Modern Club 4; Volleyball 1, 2. "Yes, I do live in
Columbia." "Mandy and Tiffany — annual party after
last exam" "Lookin" good, feelin' good, too." "Ft. Lau-
derdale '84" Ashley.
DEBRA SUZANNE STARR
Triad. Junior Classical League 1; American Field Ser-
vice 2, 3; Key Club 2, Secretary 3, 4; Basketball Man-
ager 1, 2, 3, Athletic Trainer 4. "Your Eddie or my
Eddie?" "Diet Pepsi" "Buck Hill Falls" "Here Comes
the Sun" Debbie.
BERNICE FRITCHMAN STEIN
Eccowasin. Club Cheerleader 2; Class Chaplain 2, 4;
Chorus 1; Art Club 2. 3, Vice President 4; Christian
Fellowship 1,2,3,4; Key Club 1 ; Jazz Club 1 , 2, 3, 4;
Cheerleading 1; M.B.A. Cheerleader 3, 4. "Hard to
Say I'm Sorry." "You jus don't understan." "You're
no Bunny til some Bunny loves you." "I Corinthians
RUTH ELIZABETH STEIN
Angkor. Chorus 2, 4; Playmakers 3, Vice President 4;
International Thespian Society 3, 4; French Club 1 , 2,
3. 4; Ballet Club 1, 2; Modern Club 2; Jazz Club 3;
Tap Club 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Sophie Dobson
Academic Award 1 ; National Merit Finalist 4. "I wish
I were a sophomore." "NO, NO, NANETTE" "MU-
SIC MAN" "MY FAIR LADY" Eli.
SUSAN THOMAS STOVER
Triad. Spanish Club 4; Track 1. "Spring Break Ft.
Lauderdale "84" "Robert Plant" "China girl" "Sanni-
bel '81. '82" Susan.
LESLIE LIPSCOMB TARKINGTON
Triad. LOGOS II Staff 4; Art Club 3; Spanish Club 3.
President 4; American Field Service 3, 4; Christian
Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3. Ft. Lauderdale '84"
"Diane was that a stop sign you just flew through?"
"Lee Ann. I've got to go." "Lester" Leslie.
STELLA HARVILL TAYLOR
Triad. Transfer student 4. LOGOS II Staff 4; Chris-
tian Fellowship 4. "Spring Break "84" "Lookin good,
feelin good, too!" "Guess what! My raybans don't
make marks on my nose." "Hard to believe" Stella.
HANNAH LAWRENCE THOMPSON
Ariston. LOGOS II Business Editor 4; Junior Classi-
cal League 1, 3, Vice President 3, President 4; Cum
Laude 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Sophie Dobson
Academic Award 1 . 2. 3; Silver National Latin Exam
2, 3; Best Technician Award 3, Morehead Scholar at
U.N.C. 4; National Merit Finalist 4. "Hannah Ba-
nana" "We just don't know." "My all time favorite"
"You goof Hannah.
LETITIA LEIGH TULLY
Eccowasin. Club Spirit Award 1, 2; Student Council
Representative 3; Class President 4; Chorus 1. 2, 3;
French Club 1. 2; Spanish Club 3, 4; American Field
Service 1, 2; Christian Fellowship 1; Ballet Club 1, 2;
Jazz Club 2.3; Volleyball 1 ; Representative to Lady of
the Hall 2; M.B.A. Cheerleader 3. 4. "Lillian and
Letitia" "Diane, please sing with me." "But he has
blue eyes." "Stomp that puddle." Tish.
MELISSA FRANCES WEST
Angkor. Chorus 1; Art Club 3; Junior Classical
League 1 ; French Club 2. 3. 4; American Field Service
1, 2, 3; Key Club 2. 3. "1/10 Clearwater Entourage"
"Milsa" "Baby Billy Jody Budd" "I am not a flower
SUSAN PAIGE WILDS
Triad. Playmakers 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1. 2, 4; French
Club 2. 3, 4; American Field Service 1. 2. 3; Outing
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3. "Ya'll, the White
Animals are playing this weekend." "Reggae — Spring
Break '84" "Hollie, I have to get money." "Let's go
Eccowasin. MILESTONES Friday Staff 2, 3, Photog-
raphy Editor 4; LOGOS II Staff 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1;
French Club 1, 2, 4, Vice President 3; American Field
Service 1 , 2, 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3, Secretary-Treasur-
er 4; Societe Honoraire de Francais 3, 4; Quill and
Scroll Society 3, 4, National Merit Commendee. "I'm
Christina, not Jeannie." "Erin, you're deaf." "Oh no!
Kathryn, not another Ron story." "Cecilia" Christina.
KATE RANSOM ZEITLER
Triad. Class Secretary 1 , Treasurer 4; Junior Classical
League 1 ; French Club 2, 3; American Field Service 1 ,
2, 3; Basketball 1 ; Volleyball 1 . "Willis Cullen Nowell,
Jr." "The Three Muskateers" "Days of Our Lives"
"Miller, it's misting again." Kate.
The Class of 1984
The Class of 1984
UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA
UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA
SOUTHWESTERN AT MEMPHIS
UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
Lee Ann Calton
TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
Mary Brugh Chaffin
Mary Beth Smithwick
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
FACULTE DE LILLE-SCIENCES
Berry, Miss Jane 11, 80, 144, 50, 194
Brown, Mrs. Susie 194
Fessey, Mrs. Polly 20, 194
Herring, Miss Peggy 194
McLean, Mrs. Lucile 194
Nichols, Mrs. Polly 194
Rutter, Mrs. Joanna 81, 194
Schmid, Mrs. Anita 60, 194
Wood, Mr. David 77, 132, 194
Ambassador Travel 183
American Field Service 208
Art Club 206
Athletic Association 209
Bargain Boutique 183
Richard Bennett Tailors 186
The Boynton Cat 186
Bradshaw Drugs 186
The Briarpatch 184
Broadway Bakery 183
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Buchanan 195
Dr. and Mrs. Rueben Bueno 200
Mr. and Mrs. John Caffry 201
Judge and Mrs. Lew Conner 195
Michael Corzine & Co 182
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dell Crosslin 207
Debate Club 207
Dukes, Dukes, And Ledford 181
Ethan Allen 184
Everett Holzapfel 185
The Fabric House 183
Fletcher Harvey 183
Friday Staff 176
Dr. and Mrs. Handte 193
Harpeth Hall Board of Trustees 178
Harpeth Hall Chorus 207
Harpeth Hall Faculty and Staff 194
Harpeth Hall Mother's Auxiliary 179
Harpeth Hall Playmakers 206
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harvey 200
The Initial Touch 184
Jamie, Inc 192
Jeanne Dudley Smith 191
Jeannie, Lynn, Christina, and Kim 187
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Joe 198
Junior Classical League 210
Key Club 208
The Knit Center 185
Le Cercle Francais 210
Logos Book Store 182
Marianne Dale Interiors 184
Moore and Moore 184
Mu Alpha Theta 211
Mr. and Mrs. David L. Norman 198
Oman Construction 187
Outing Club 209
Phillips and Quarles 183
Professional Patrons 189
Rebecka Vaughan 185
S&T Stores 185
Spanish Club 211
Mr. and Mrs. James Stein 201
Tarkington Showroom 193
Togue Uchida 190
Abies, Mandy 8, 33, 48, 49, 172, 205. 211
Arnold, Elizabeth 33, 48, 209
Bach, Nancy 33, 48, 49, 87, 209, 210
Bond, Anne 48, 91, 93, 109, 203, 208
Bradford, Lil 48, 80, 81, 117, 122, 126, 129
Buchanan, Lizzie 8, 47, 48, 81, 88, 122, 132,
148, 195, 208, 211
Bueno, Kim. 46, 48, 84, 85, 86, 93, 176, 201, 211
Burnes, Cindy 48, 203
Caffry, Susannah 48, 91, 123, 126, 132, 148,
Callaway, Cathy 48, 122, 123, 133, 172, 173,
203, 208, 210
Calton, Lee Ann 48, 211
Chaffin, Mary Brugh 8, 48. 92, 106, 172, 203,
205, 209, 211
Conner, Holly 46, 48, 80, 122, 129, 205, 207
Corwin, Diane 8, 47, 48, 126, 172
Couch, Sheryl 48, 172, 221
Crosslin. Lisa 36, 48, 205, 208
Culp. Kelly.... 36, 48. 49, 123. 132. 203, 208, 211
Deckner, Susan .. 36, 48, 49, 206, 207. 208, 209, 210
Delvaux, Suzanne 36, 48, 86, 87, 205
Faber, Gwynne 8, 36, 48, 211
Ferrigina, Yolanda 36, 48, 86, 126, 208, 210
Fischley. Hollie 11, 37, 48, 122. 172. 206, 208
Franklin. Catherine 37, 47, 86, 99, 203
Granda, Michele 37. 46, 48. 92. 123, 203, 209
Handte, Erin... 37, 48, 84, 90, 92. 1 39. 1 93. 203. 208
Harness, Cynthia 37, 48
Harvey. Amy 37, 48, 49, 200
Hays,Julie.32,46,48,49,80,88. 122. 129. 146.206
Hilton, Betsy 48, 49, 208, 211
Hitt, Tiffany 48, 91, 98, 132, 192, 211
Hollyday, Marian 48. 86. 89. 119. 120, 203
Ingram. Robin 48, 203
Irwin, Mary 48, 80. 81. 108. 122, 205
Joe, Jeannie 10. 48. 84, 85. 176, 210
Johnson. Callie 48, 86, 172, 206
Klein, Risa...5, 11, 46, 47, 48, 93, 100, 123. 128.
Lazenby, Grace 48, 99, 205
Mathes, Becky 48, 208, 210
McLaughlin. Mry 48, 91, 132, 208
McPherson, Beth 40, 46, 48, 98, 210
Merntt. Clark 8. 11, 48, 126, 211
Mifflin, Rae 40, 48. 92. 123, 126, 203
Newcomb, Lynn ..48, 49, 118. 132, 148, 206, 207
Norman, Rebecca 40, 48, 72, 207
Oldham, Amanda 11. 47. 48, 93, 119, 205
Oman. Argie 4, 41, 48. 91. 98. 192, 205, 211
Page, Emily 41. 47. 48. 49. 88. 1 32. 148. 172. 208
Perry, Florence 41. 48. 86. 98, 176. 208
Phinizy. Donna 41, 48, 81, 135, 205. 207
Phister, Cathy 41, 48, 49, 123
Sanders, Kim 41, 48
Schneider, Karen 42, 48, 211
Schnelle. Catherine 42. 48. 87. 90. 98, 99, 211
Shockley, Sandie 42. 48
Simons. Susan 42. 48, 86, 98. 129. 206
Smithwick. Mary Beth 42, 48
Spalding, Ashley 43, 48. 49. 98, 99, 172. 205
Starr, Debbie 43, 48, 49, 203, 208
Stein, Bunny 13, 43, 48, 89, 120, 131, 207
Stein. Elizabeth 43, 48, 126, 131, 211
Stover, Susan 43, 48, 172, 205
Tarkington, Leslie 4, 43, 48, 87, 91, 205
Taylor, Stella 44. 48. 123, 203
Thompson. Hannah 6. 44, 48, 87
Tully, Tish 44, 46. 48. 99. 126, 174
West, Melissa 44, 48, 138, 205
Wilds, Paige 44, 48, 206, 210
Wong, Christina 10, 44, 48, 85, 176, 210
Woosley, Tyler 44, 48
Zeitler, Kate 44, 48, 49, 126, 172, 205
Bogie, Candie 91, 118. 148, 206, 208
Brandeau, Margaret Jane 32, 211
Brown, Barbara Keith. 49, 86, 106, 117, 178, 207
Cain, Christie 32, 206
Cannon, Anna Kate 98, 207,
Carney, Anna 32,
Chang, Sarah 81, 81, 98, 99,
Cherry, Diana 178,
Clements, Ashley 106, 206,
Cox, Jennifer 118, 206, 208, 209,
Crist, Cindy 89,
Cummins, Elizabeth 82, 120, 176, 178,
Dale, Ashley 76, 98, 99,
Elinger, Annette 86. 206,
Evans, Lynne 133. 206, 209,
Farrell, Mary Belle
Fogg, Becca 49, 116, 120,
Fredericksen, Ruthie 81,
Gaw, Angie 32, 207, 208,
Graves, Miller 4,
Hall, Wende 81, 84, 85, 99,
Haynes, Mandy 50, 117, 206,
Hightower, Elizabeth ... 1 1 . 32, 53, 80, 106, 1 1 8,
Hill, Scottie 11, 50, 86, 119,
Hollabaugh, Lela 206,
Horton, Leigh 53,
Hudson, Gigi 11, 32, 206, 209,
Jones, Kim 32, 50, 118,
Kavass, Dolly 34, 144, 206,
Kiss, Shannon 208,
Larkin, Tiffany 11, 52, 206, 209,
Lockett, Lezlie 52, 84. 85, 176. 208,
Mcneilly, Beth 52, 207, 208,
Mcpherson, Amanda 11, 52
Miller, Kelly 11, 52, 148. 208,
Molesworth, Laura.... 32, 50, 52, 91, 93, 117,
Morris, Sheila 8, 61, 52. 90. 148,
Orcutt, Tracy 52, 81,
Panther, Michele 52,
Pate. Laurie 32
Pendergrass. Peggy 86, 87, 88. 106, 117,
Peters, Jill 52, 208,
Potter, Carol 52, 100,
Quillen, Kathy 25, 52, 49, 86, 208,
Reynolds, Jessica 11, 52,
Roberts, Meredith 52, 88,
Rogers, Lindy 52, 80,
Russell, Dara 52, 134, 135, 147,
Sanders, Kelly 8, 52, 133, 206,
Sitton, Sarah 32, 50, 53, 87, 93, 106, 117,
Sloan. Dabney 53, 206,
Smith, Susanna 53, 109,
Speight, Lindy 32. 53. 133, 206.
Stevens, Susan 32, 53, 98, 99, 133,
Stevenson, Trisi 53, 206,
Stumb, Susan 50. 53. 106. 129, 178,
Thomas, Paige 53, 205, 208,
Treadway, Catherine 53, 207. 208,
Trondsen, Nancy 53. 206, 208,
Yeary. Caroline 53, 148, 206,
Altenbern, Anne 98, 99,
Amacher, Jenny 54, 59, 118,
Andrews. Andrea 84,
Baron, Jennifer 6, 10,
Bass, Elizabeth 32, 106,
Betty, Virginia 99, 208.
Blevins, Jill 144,
Bond, Glorianne 86, 87. 88,
Bradshaw, Virginia Lee 91, 118, 119,
Brown, Nina 54, 84, 118,
Brown, Nancy 54, 118, 132, 178,
Bryan, Betsey 84. 176. 207,
Bryant, Andrea 84, 139,
Carlsen, Andrea 4, 7, 86, 87, 88, 98, 99,
Carson, Laurie 206, 207,
Carter, Andrea 13, 54, 59, 118, 206
Cavin. Carol 11, 84. 87. 128, 133, 199, 206
Charney, Tamar 11, 85. 87, 210
Clarke, Carey 98, 99, 210
Collins, Katherine 87, 13. 207, 210
Colton, Candy 1 3
Cothren, Cindy 211
Cotton, Elizabeth 83, 139, 176
Cox, Ellie 207, 209
Cox, Susie 80, 118, 199,210
Cummins, Devereux 54, 84, 85, 99,
176, 210, 178
Darragh, Sarah 11. 100, 208
Davis, Bonny 59. 86, 100, 139, 206
Denton, Donna 11, 100, 207
Doolittle, Lauren 87, 100, 139, 206
Doyle, Caroline 56. 86, 210
Elson, Susie 56, 139, 210
Felts, Dawn 56, 139
Ficsher, Carolyn 56. 86, 87, 131, 206
Frist. Corinne 56, 178, 210
Good, Debbie 56, 100, 106. 206
Hagewood, Dallas 56. 87, 131, 133,
199, 206. 210
Handte, Briana 56, 87, 89, 193, 208, 210
Harris, Meredith 59, 84, 206, 210
Hildebrand, Tweedy 56, 98, 210
Hitt, Ashley 26, 56, 98, 204, 211
Houghland, Rene 56, 209, 210
Jones, Kathie 56,87, 118, 131. 199
Kanaday, Cathy 56, 86, 87, 206, 207
Kennedy, Betsy 56, 210
Kirby, Kristin 56. 98, 99, 139
Kirkpatrick, Noel 57, 84, 13, 178. 206
Lamb, Brenda 11, 59, 100, 128, 199, 206
Landon, Rachel 56, 87, 88. 132, 208
Martin, Shelly 9, 57, 86, 1 17, 208
Martinez, Elizabeth 57, 86, 206, 208
Mays, Lee 57, 210
McDowell, Traci 57, 87, 206, 210
McMurray, Vicki 57, 120, 131, 206, 208
McNamee, Trish 57, 108, 109
Miller. Beth 57, 59, 98, 118
Moore, Anne 57, 208, 209, 210
Nichols, Jennifer 57, 206, 207, 208, 210
Overton, Shan 32, 57, 87, 90, 131, 136, 207
Oxford, Drewry 57, 21 1
Palmer, Margaret , 57, 178, 209
Perkins, Julie 57, 116, 120, 139
Polk, Page 57, 134, 199, 211
Russell, Cindy 57, 98, 99, 117, 211
Sailor, Amy 57, 209
Sandidge, Beth 57, 98, 117. 206
Sarratt, Mary 57, 178. 206
Saturn, Jacqueline 57, 210
Sergent, Ellen 58, 210
Simmons, Allison 58, 139, 207
Sloan, Dillie 58, 135, 147, 210
Staros, Arwen 7, 58, 86, 88, 206
Stevens, Susie 58, 178, 210
Stoney, Marion 58, 139, 178
Strayhorn, Gretchen 58, 90. 166
Summar, Susan 58, 132, 209, 210
Teas, Margo 58, 98, 99, 210
Thomas, Noel 58, 132, 208
Tonelson, Julia 58, 206, 207
Van, Caroline 58, 132, 176. 208
Waddey, Haylee 58, 109, 132, 208, 210
Warren, Wendy 58, 139, 210
Weakley, Scarlett 58, 139, 208, 210
Weigel, Ashley 58, 139, 208, 210
Wilks, Lexy 59, 139, 147. 206, 209
Wilson, Lori Kay 58, 209, 210
Wong, Cecilia 58, 76, 86, 87. 176, 207
Woolems, Heidi 58, 139, 207
Allen, Regina 81, 86, 87, 199, 206
Altemeier, Leah 207, 211
Baker, Buffy 199, 210
Baker, Mimi 32, 211
Barnett, Beth 88
Berry, Beth 109, 210
Betts, Jennifer 98, 99, 210
Boklage, Andi 106, 211
Bookout, Darcy 78, 206
Bourlakas. Catrina 88
Braun, Ann 86, 206. 210
Bruce, Kelli 211
Bryan. Wendy 107, 178
Burr. Lydia 199, 210
Caldwell, Ashley 199, 210
Carney, Catherine 78
Carroll, Laura 12, 132. 207, 208
Carroll, Nicole 88
Coker. Chandler 81, 210
Crawford, Ellen 60, 178, 210
Culp, Suzanne 199
Dale, Lezley 109, 133. 144, 178
Deckner, Deborah 86. 87, 206, 208
Dolan, Maria 207
Dowsett. Christie 208, 209, 211
Evers, Mary Frances 117, 208, 211
Flores, Leigh 21 1
Fort, Margo 206, 208. 209
Francis, Laura 109
Frey, Rachel 81
Fuller, Holly 62, 208
Gardner, Ashley 62, 99. 117
Gaw, Erin 62, 199, 208
Gilligan, Leeanne 62, 207, 210
Halamachi, Sandy 62, 199, 210
Haley, Monica 62, 117. 209
Hardison, Sarah 62. 109. 210
Harwell, Reed 62, 144, 210
Helm, Ellen 62
Holcomb, Lori 60, 62, 80, 119
Hollyday, Heather 27, 62, 98
Honicker, Vanessa 62, 206, 210
Jackson, Kathy 62, 206
Jones, Jessy 32, 62, 117
Jones, Marce 62. 106. 208
Lampton, Mary Wendell 62, 178, 209
Larish, Becky 62, 99. 199
Lenderman, Chloe 62. 109, 178
Lenz, Carey 62. 86, 87
Little, Leanne 62
Martin, Tay 63, 208, 209
Matter, Laura 63, 99, 210
Maynard, Debbie 63, 99
McLaughlin, Susan 63, 208
Mitchell, Kristin 63, 109. 210
Nelson, Ellen 60, 63, 178, 210
Nielson, Britt 63. 98, 117
Oliver. Kim 60, 63, 87
Orcutt, Kristin 63, 210
Reynolds, Molly 32, 63, 206, 210
Russell, Melanie 63, 206, 209
Russell, Gracie 60, 62, 209
Schweikert, Beth 63, 206, 210
Silva, Ali 63, 99, 106
Silverstein, Corey 53, 210
Smith, Anne 29. 117. 199
Spengler, Christie 209, 210
Stuart, Susan 208, 210
Sullins, Stacy 98, 99, 210
Tate, Jennifer 63
Thomas, Elizabeth 178. 210
Triplett, Beth 199, 209
Varallo, Christina 148
Walker, Julie 64
Watson, Becky 64, 109, 209, 211
Wattleworth, Susan 64, 109, 199
Welhoelter, Amy 64, 109, 199, 206
Wilks, Rachel 64, 117, 209
Williams, Cindy 64, 208, 209
Williams. Missv 64
Averbuch, Cynthia 26, 27, 65
Baker, Tiffy 65, 128, 129
Batey, Lethia 65, 94, 122
Berkon, Elyse 65. 95
Blaufuss, Beth 65. 94
Bond. Rebecca 65, 95
Bouchard, Lynn 65, 94
Braden, Jennifer 65, 94
Breinig, Anne 65. 1 13
Brooks. Andrea 65, 94
Bryan, Berry 65, 94
Caldwell, Barry 65, 95
Caldwell, Robin 94, 97
Cantrell, Julie 94
Carlton, Katie 81, 94
Carroll, Maria 95, 1 16
Casper, Kim 95
Cato, Kathie 113
Coleman, Margo 95
Creagh, Catherine 81, 95
Davis, Gigi 95
Dietrich. Kristin 94
Dioguardi, Lori 95, 106
Dismukes, Tara 95, 97
Doochin. Karen 95
Dukes, Lisa 95. 97, 116
Fairbairn, Mary 87, 94
Finn. Arti 94. 97, 116
Funderburk, Beth 65, 94, 116
Gifford, Carolyn 94
Goldberg, Abigail 94
Growdon, Robin 94
Hale, Ginger 94, 99
Hall, Holly 95
Hamling, Kathy 94, 113
Hampton. Lynne 95. 99
Harben, Valerie 95
Harden, Katie 94, 113
Harris, Hayden 94
Hays, Mary Alice 95, 99
Holbrook, Kristi 94, 113
Jackson, Christy 95
Kirchner, Lisa 94, 81
Ledyard. Dabney 95, 113
Maddux, Meg 94
Marney, Annis 65, 94, 113
Mathes, Jennifer 95, 106
Mayes, Catherine 94, 116
McDougall, Katie 94, 106. 108
McGuigan, Julie 95, 106
Mclnnis, Mary Lee 95
Mills, Sarah 95
Moroney. Erin 95, 106
Morris, Sarah 95
Nash. Sarah 95
Newell, Ferris 65, 95
Nichols. Betsy 94
Norton, Ashley 95
Ptomey, Patricia 94, 97, 90
Ragland, Mary Beth 95
Rechter, Jennifer 94
Robison, Eve 94
Robinson. Lynn 94
Rosenblum, Marci 94
Sager. Traci 94
Schmitt, Kelly 65, 95
Sharp, Christie 95
Shears, Holly 95, 113
Simons, Adele 95, 99, 178
Simpkins, Paige 94, 1 13
Sloan, Ashley 99
Smith, Ashley 99
Smith, Ramie 81, 95, 133
Stach, Stacy 94
Stanton, Alex 94
Stephenson, Karen 95, 97
Teloh, Sally 95
Thomas. Dana 95
Trabue, Julia 65. 94
Trost, Edith 94, 106, 116
Vaughan, Claire 94, 113
Watts, Latisha 81, 95
Williams, Annie B 81, 95
Williams, Beth 94
Wood, Katie 95
Woods, Ashley 95
Wright, Jeanie 95
Adams. Tina 95, 98, 128
Amonette, Allison 94
Armfield, Suzanne 95
Ayers, Margie 95
Benning, Libby 94, 113
Bingham, Bambi 94
Braden, Katie 94, 97
Carothers, Caroline 95
Clark, Kathy 94, 113
Coker, Shawn 94
Connelly, Maria 81, 94
Creson, Gigi 95
Croweel, Mary Margaret 95, 113
Crowell, Susanna 95
Davis, Katie 94
Dismukes, Karen 94
Don. Jennifer 94, 130
Doss, Bonita 94
Ferragina, Paige 94, 130
Fly, Susan 94
Foust, Amy 94
Hartzog, Julie 94
Hawkins, Catherine 95
Hendrickson, Alice 95
Hodde, Shawn 95
Holt, Marion 95
Johnston, Christine 94
Jones, Eleanor 95, 99
Kennedy, Carol 95
King, Lindsay 95, 97
Lee, Amy 94, 113
Lindhal, Jennifer 94
Lucas, Katie 94
Lunan, Vicki 94
Maddin, Betsy 95
Madson, Mindy 95
Maguire, Ellen 95
Miller, Emily Carol 94
Palmer, Carolyn 81, 95
Petznick. Ware 94
Potanin, Anastasia 94, 108
Rose, Jennifer 94, 99
Ruccio, Sarah 95
Rush. Stephanie 95
Sanders. Cara 95
Sheffield. Stephanie 95
Sitton, Kara 94, 113
Sloan, Phyllis 95
Smith, Allison 95, 1 13
Sprouse, Ally 95
Sullivan, Ashley 94
Sundell, Ann Kristin 95
Sutton, Lisa 94
Volket, Kristin 95
Walker, Jenny 95, 108
Warren, Rebeckah 94. 113
Wilkins, Laura 95
Wirth, Margaret 94
Allen, Laura 98
Anderson, Mollie 81, 98
Andrews. Booth 10, 98
Baron. Courtney 98
Beauchamp, Alyson 98
Blaufuss, Anne 98
Caldwell, Kathy 81, 98
Creagh, Susie 98
Doochin, Julie 98
Duling, Lisa Shea 98
Eaden, Abby 98
Edwards. Elizabeth 98
Summar, Noel Anne
Wimberly, Mary Donna
Composition Red and Green
Eighth Grade Combo
George Washington's Birthday
Middle School Grandmother's Tea
NO, NO, NANETTE
YOU CANT TAKE IT WITH YOU
Andrews, Mrs. Jeannette 26,
Berry, Mrs. Ray 29, 128. 194,
Bouton, Dr. Michael 28,
Charney, Mrs. Sharon 28. 89,
Couch, Mrs. Marion 25,91, 132, 194,
Davis, Mrs. Sandra 28, 89.
Dennis, Mrs. India 25. 91.
Drews. Mrs. Phoebe 25,90.93, 117, 194,
Evans. Mrs. Libby 2, 3, 25, 90,
Felkel, Miss Carolyn 37, 93,
Fuller. Mrs. Emily 26, 54, 119,
Goodwin, Mr. Michael 109,
Goodwin, Mr. Peter 28. 109.
Gower. Dr. Dona 5, 76, 87, 123, 24, 60.
Gregory, Mrs. Martha 10.
Hamilton. Mrs. Stephanie
Herod, Mrs. Mary Russell
Justus, Mrs. Ginger 18, 50, 123,
Manier, Mrs. Mary Lee
Marney, Dr. Betty 4, 24, 87. 123,
Martin, Mrs. Paula 27. 54. 76.
Matthews, Ms. Leslie 29, 119,
Moran, Mrs. Pat 4,
Mountfort, Miss Penelope 27,
Norris, Mrs. Jane 27, 92,
Oxley, Mrs. Carol 25,
Poteet, Mrs. Ann 24, 129,
Plummer, Mrs. Mary 26,
Russ, Mrs. Susan 139,
Stamps, Mrs. Sarah 24, 86, 93,
Turnbull. Mrs. Betsy 11, 26, 85, 129,
Turnbull, Mr. Gordon 24, 88, 129,
Warterfield. Mrs. Joan 24, 93, 139, 19
Webb, Mr. Mark 26, 27, 19
Williams, Mrs. Peg 19
Young, Mr. Tom 109, 19
Burr, Mrs. Marie 26, 19
Clark, Mrs. Verrie 28, 19
Davis, Mrs. Dugan 24, 106, 19
Duvier, Mrs. Nancy 28, 19
Lauderdale, Mr. William 25, 19
Lee, Mrs. Joyce 26, 19
Moran, Miss Georgianne 19
Nash, Mrs. Karen 26, 19
Nelson, Mrs. Betty 19
Reed, Miss Nancy 19
Simpson, Miss Elaine 28, 19
Sullivan, Miss Kerry 27, 129, 19
Ward. Mrs. Joyce 25, 19
Wills, Mrs. Louise 26, 88, 19
Wynne, Miss Frances 24, 19
American Field Service 9'
Art Club i
Athletic Association 9i
Cum Laude 81
Dance Clubs 9l
Ballet Club 9
Jazz Club 9]
Modern Club 9|
Tap club 9J
French Club 9J
Honor Council 8j
Junior Classical League 91
Key Club 81
Logos II 8'
Middle School Angkor 9!
Middle School Ariston 9.'
Middle School Eccowasin 9.'
Middle School French Club 9'
Middle School Latin Club 9j
Middle School Student Council 81
Middle School Triad 9!
Mu Alpha Theta i\
Outing Club %
Play makers 8!
Quill and Scroll I
Societe Honoraire de Francais 8;
Spanish Club 91
Student Council 8(
Cross Country 102
Armfield, Mrs. Mary Jane 194
Ayers, Mrs. Jean 194
Green, Mrs. Elaine 194
Mabry. Mrs. Sally 194
Schmitt, Mrs. Joan 194
Steele, Mrs. Bonita 194