"The 1969 Sequoyah is dedicated to Chattooga's foremost Indian. Some call him coach, some call him teacher. We call him great. All call him friend. Jack Shamblin embodies what we call the Chattooga spirit. Whether in the classroom or on the football field, he is your worst critic, but at the same time your best friend. He cares if you care, and you can't help but care. He's a man for whom you can give your all and wish you had more to give. He only asks for your best. He usually gets it."
Coach Shamblin with band director Huey Coates.
"I've got a secret."
A parade in downtown Summerville.
Speaking of Summerville, this yearbook photo shows the old Tooga marquee on the right.
The Tri-Hi-Y club.
The Spanish Club.
The French Club officers with sponsor Miss Mable Baker. I had Miss Baker for two years of French. She was a lovely person, but not the best disciplinarian. Later in my high school teaching career, whenever I was having a tough time with a bunch of hooligans, I figured Miss Baker was somewhere looking down upon the scene and thinking, "Recuperation est une chienne, n'est-ce pas M. McCollum?"
Jerry Allen and Nancy Hale were the Friendliest seniors. The horse ride in front of Southern 5 & 10 was recently featured in the Summerville News.
The Indian Lore staff working against deadline.
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