Members of the Student Council pose around a Ford Pinto. Hope it's not full of gasoline.
"Chattooga Linebackers congratulated Coach Buddy Windle for two fine winning seasons. Fans of the Indians contributed money to help pay for the Scout presented at the LaFayette half time. The players were almost as excited as Coach Windle."
The Homecoming Court and their escorts.
Elaine High was the 1974-75 Homecoming Queen.
"Usually, Ms. Chattooga County is a junior or senior from either Trion or Chattooga High, but this year's winner was Kia Evans, a freshman. Kia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Evans, was crowned as the first black Ms. Chattooga County since the pageant began. Kia's interests included dancing and basketball. She was on the girl's B-team squad and was an avid fan of the boy's team. Next year, she will be a basketball cheerleader for the '76 season."
The Sequoyah staff won 1st Place at Emory University's yearbook camp in August 1974.
Part of the CHS band directed by Mr. Barry Gilreath.
"Coach Jack Mayo dreams of taking time off for a relaxing day at the fishing hole."
Social Studies teacher Ben Mosley poses with his son, Brit.
Skipper Starr grabs a chance for Chattooga to score.
The Tri-Hi-Y officers were (L-R) front row: Renae Elrod and Pam Edwards. Back row: Harriet Jones, Cynthia Hubler, and Joy Bishop.
Thanks to Barbara P. McCollum for providing the 1975 Sequoyah.
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