Acme Delco High School - Trojan Yearbook (Delco, NC)

 - Class of 1982

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We create expressions ot oll times . . . verbally body movements ond fociol. K". W 'Q Q W A .QW"Z3 'J 5 fl 4 l fQ X . .P 6.. fm MORE EXPRESSIONS r I '. S HC' X 1' Hia. 1 f yf -I .4 a 59291 Sf? RM J MO, , my QVX QCD xx Nycypjwggw Q9 WL N vwikgx' Q451g'S'Qgi?i5 ATHLETICS VARSITY FOOTBALL The Varsity football team had a gratifying season. Despite a near loss to Littlefield, the varsity squad bounced back to win the next six games. Spirits were running high by then so it was hard to swallow the heartbreaking loss to Tabor City the next week, but the Trojans showed their true colors by beating Hallsboro the following week. The Trojan team was made up of seniors who had played together since they were freshmen, therefore proving to be a well meshed team. Among the juniors were Clyde Hill and Greg Webb, whose ability on the field gave them well-deserved respect. The Trojans also were proud to have a good number of players to make All-Conference: Ken Myers, Roger Connor, Larry Freeman, Greg Freeman, and Eric Brewer. All in all the Trojans came out with a winning season at 7-4, and a division 2 play off. Above - Coach Sechrest talked to players during half-time. M A ... ' A 1 1 f-.f .. . A --"Xt ' 41,5 , ',if,... . ,rm-3? R. fins , W' " -mag A 7 fi A ' rt Y ,,-. S. v -P" M . 4.-r Above - Clyde l-lill made a leaping pass reception. Below left - Greg Webb continued to try to run despite players hanging on to him. We 2 j j 5: 1 'vw . - T 53, .A j , .5 Ll.. .45 k - , Q j . FlRST ROW: W. Green, J. Howard, A. Martin, D. Troy, A. Webb, M. Beatty, C. Hill, SECOND ROW: R. Connor, W. Bowen, K. Crawford, G, Webb, L. Freeman, M. Brown, THIRD ROW: J. Graham, C. Lacewell, E. Mitchell, K. Walters, K. Myers, E. Brewer, A. Mott, FOURTH ROW: Coach Sechrest, G. Freeman, K. Faison, Assistant Coach Bridgers, and Assistant Coach Fuller. Q4 is X Above - Coach Sechrest took care of his own. Right - Roger Connor deflected pass from offensive players grasp. 8 'Y A gf iixgjd I , sf., ' , Above - Ken Myers leaped for an overthrown ball. Below - Coach Sechrest talked over the defensive strategy with Larry Freeman. Right- Coach Sechrest discussed offense with quarterback Kevin Above - Clyde Lacewell eluded a would be tackler Faison. J.V. FOOTBALL Bottom Row -- R. Dilliard, M. Bowens, T. Mills, R. Hilbourm, M. Lloyd, J. Graham, D. Brooks. Middle Row - J. Nichols, D. Webb, J. Robbins, J. Sharpe, I. Beatty, R. Hines, J. Smith, K. Grice. Top Row - Asst. Coach Bridgers, M, Brown, J. Webb, T. Bress, C. Webb, Coach Fuller, R. Reynolds, J. Brown, M. Williams, S. Melvin, Asst. Coach Battle. Below - Trojan defense applied pressure to quarterback. Sam and James after tough game. 6-2-l af J ' if A 4' .ur , , J .,"V 1 . V. 'Q' 'i w...,.. Q I 4 . M J' 'T .A lO F l 3 . . .X' X A f A ..f?N.Jff' f. I, -A M., fe T .- .,. ss f . ,-i, .4-..:"" JU A0 i,g ,. -'4 O .a .fl .f in U 1' 1 s -w is " S 1 WQA -'xi Q in 33"-ye. J +1 1' ,t ' W Vis' 1' ' W. f- ..,x 5. w Q 2,4 , , f 1 ,ws . ' . V , , , 5..- sg... f . f . 5 X- ' . , S l ,fs i k . f . , 1 4 . 1 -1 3 tt' . if A-.. ' M- .st . if .1 . -f I , S - A , i Y, A A W W The J.V. football squad gave an outstanding performance which posted nothing less than a great record. The defense, led by Sam Sharpe, Ritchie Reynolds, and Scotty Melvin, held them to low scoring while the offense, led by Clayton Webb, lsaac Beatty, and Sandy Brown put the points on the board. Tony Bress shared his kicking ability at each game. With all this talent the J.V. squad posted a winning season. Top left - Tony Bress inspects equipment. Top right - lt took more than one man to bring down a Trojan running back. Left - Trojan defense tightened around opponent. ll FRONT ROW: L. Hudson, M. Kennedy, W. Marr, W. Jacobs, M. Ca oll, MIDDLE ROW: I. J k Z. D' J B S G BACK ROW: M. we-bb, w. Parks, coach Jackie core, T. Quinn, will s. Dew, OC Son' 'mn' ' 'Yom' ' or GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Despite their dismal record the Acme-Delco volleyball team showed great depth, intelligence and Bump, Set, Spike. courage. They had great potential in their underclassmen players Michelle Kennedy, Wanda Jacobs, and Stephanie Gore. The already developed talent of seniors Wendy Marr, Deedre Bryant and Angel Carroll was shown in post-season selections in all-conference. Wendy Marr made the all-conference team for the third consecutive year and Deedre Bryant and Angel Carroll made honorable mention. 'x Y Left: Coach Gore urges her team on. Above: Wendy Marr captain ,gmail :LQ Q31 A? N, N 'X-n. U .5 VARSITY BASKETBALL 5 I . A KNEELING: W, Greene, G. Graham, K. Myers, E. Mitcheil, J. Dixon STANDING: Mgr. J, Howard, M. Benton, K. Faison, G. Keaton, G. Freeman Coach G. Battle l,"'W My C 5 S gtk. ABOVE - Senior Eric Mitchell drives for two. BELOW - Co- Captain Ken Myers sets up for a jumpshot. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM LEFT - Senior Ken Myers showed great potential. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM RIGHT - Senior Gerald Graham showed exceptional quickness. 5 'L- Co-Captain Kevin Faison once again showed excellent rebounding Gbility. The Acme-Delco High School boys varsity basketball team under first year Coach Gary Battle's expertise, have put together a well-knit deeply competitive team this year. With senior standouts such as Kevin Faison, Ken Myers, Eric Mitchell, Gerald Graham,and Greg Freeman this year's team has risen above their dismal season the year before. The Trojan attack is centered around Kevin Faison's rebounding power which is complimented by Gerald Graham's above average jumpshot and Ken Myer's excellent perimeter shooting. The Trojans also have quickness in freshman Scottie Melvin and senior James Dixon. So this season promises to be a good one. I5 VARSITY BASKETBALL gi gn i 7 lm 1 at ,i pc Q.. f KNEELING: Z. Dixon, K. Freeman, K. Allen, P. Greene, D. Bowen, STANDING: L. Brown, T. Webb, Coach R. Fuller, D. Bryant, L. Brown The Acme-Delco Varsity Girls Basketball had a disappointing season this year but they showed a style and rhythm that is strictly their own. Under the skillful guidance ot Coach Fuller they showed a great skill and courage which was not shown by their record. With seniors Deedre Bryant and Linda Brown leading them, the team was well rounded ond had depth. So next year should be an excellent one for the Lady Trojans. Coach Fuller quietly comtemplates game plan. I Q -...al ? 4 X fu 3, u , ,. ... A Kay Allen prepared to pass the ball. Lisa Brown shot for extra points. Linda Brown eyed the goal for a possible shot while Deedre Pat Greene drove for two. waits for pass. deals xg...- at-mg.'4" , ,,w,, . . K .Q .nv WMA Vuetm' ...gf , naw, l7 JV BASKETBALL KNEELING: E. Keith, K. Brown, G. Keaton, R. Hines, A. Blanks, P. Benton. STANDING: Coach M. Bridgers, Mgr. A. Webb, T. Bress, T Edwards, C. Webb, S. Hudson, W. Robbins. BELOW - KNEELING: K. Daniels, J. Webb, W. Lacewell, V. Robinson, B. Saulter, E. Brown, G Daniels, Coach J. Gore, A. King, S. Graham. I8 JR. HIGH BASKETBALL .X ---,. - i -3 Q. ,,,,. .H , M ,. svwmgnusun-e - .,. SITTING: G. Graham, R. Tedder, R. Brown, O. Bress, T. Jones, H. Malpass. KNEELING: S. Bress, R. Bland, R. Lacewell, T. Best, D. Freeman, STANDING: A. Patrick, H. Arrnond, B. Mitchell, V. Robbins, G. Brown, R. Bowen. BELOW SITTING: C. Young, Y. Brown, C. Reaves, P. Brown T. Graham, M. Simmons, G. Pellom, C. BeaHy, N. Rattler, Standing: V. Pridgen, S. Freeman, S. Bowen. LEFT TO RlGHT: E. Caines, J. Bordeaux, A. Wynn, D. Skipper, R. Long, C. Walters, G. Graham, R. Hunt, E. Brewer K Myers Coach Fuller S Thurman, L. Freeman, K. Faison, R. Williams EXPERIENCE COUNTS Before the season started this team appeared to be a promising one. With a flood of returning lettermen the team's potential leadership proved helpful in the team's success. VARSITY BASEBALL ' '43 9 , N JH f ,J "'3.-.My Not clean but effective! VARSITY SOFTBALL Mary Bordeaux, Veronica Brown fmgr.l, Bridgette Graham, Felicia Alford, Felicia Saul- ter, Kay Allen, Patri- cia Greene The l98O-8l girls' varsity softball overcame many obstacles in achieving N ff ff respectability, and after f " ' respectability came success. The lady trojans used their quickness and deep competitive spirit in making themselves a factor in the East Waccamaw Conference, lE.W.C.J. The trojans have a strong future with returning lettermen Felicia Saulter, Pat Greene, Germania , Munn, Wendy Lacewell, Felicia 'XXX' qf-Alford, and Michelle Kennedy. :si 2 W 5? , , 1 -Q? as -Ymtf ,,.. , 1 QQ Q X 1 ft . -g QQ 2 X1 K' FN FT l5fl' 2, ,-.-. XX- WW?-1-" h J-dlrwqi 5, tflm. ,AS-N fi Coach, Jackye Gore Germania Munn, Wendy Lacewell, Michelle Kennedy, Vickie Jones, Wen- dy Marr, Shelly Bor deaux, Mary Webb 2l 2 in . . 3.3 if -2 af 9 I . f J. Bordeaux, L. Freeman, D. Bowen, V. Brown, K. Smith, L. Beck, D. Bowens. l 98 l -l 982 CHEERLEADERS For a cheerleader, the year never ends. At the end of every school year, the next year's cheerleaders are chosen. From that moment on, they have hours of endless practice. Our cheerleaders' year was long, but fun. Football season began all the action. Every Friday night, our girls would be at the field thirty minutes early to warm up. For the next couple of hours, they would cheer their hearts out for old A-D High. Spirited and smiling, they would leave the game, sometimes winners, sometimes losers, but always proud. Basketball season was here again and so were the cheerleaders. Jumping and yelling, the girls cheered on the teams. Another year was over and the whole process was beginning again. 22 M. Bowens, L. Macon, D. Butler, H. Malpass, Faircloth, M. Floyd , 6 ... E 7 "LET'S GO A.D.!" All the Trojans in the house, if you wonna win, you say, "Let's Go A.D.!" AII the Trojans in the house if you wonna win, you say, "Let's Go A.D.!" All the Trojans in the house you say Ah - IIAh l Il You got to say ah if your ready right now you say Oh - IIGh .-1 Il You got to say oh, If your ready to go. When I say rock - you say roll, When I say ice - you say it's cold, When I say disco - you say the beat, When I say it's like honey - you say it's sweet. Rock - "RoIl" Ice - "Cold" Disco - "The Beat" Like Honey - "It's Sweet" WeII you know our name, You know our game, All the Trojans are here, To do their thing, So put your hands in the air, And let me know You're Out There! Say Mucho, "Mucho" Say Macho, "Macho" SGY, - - Mucho Macho Mucho Macho J.B d ,A.H I ,J.S th,W.R k II,A.HII, I M. 82522321 DSCEZSH m' OC We ' Ooh, Ah, Ooh, Ooh, Ah, Ah, Dawson, A. Freeman, G. Cook, P. LeNeaye, V. ,ww-EXW' A' ' Ooh Ah, Ooh, Ooh, Ah, Ah." We've Got That Spirit! 23 . 4 1 :,1, - -m., mfhk W 4 ,ha Q r , ,.,,. . , v E EF 4 Q E Y ' 1 ' - L ,, ' m gLL, w , .. , , . Xfiffw A, W'kL K ,, T I i ' W + 4 H- ','-h f . . m' Q A L Q , 'W 1 '5 - - L',,' ' ",- ' ,,.. - '23ff'53Zesf5fT ' 'i . 'f h,.,,' " ' f W 'w ' , X' 7 ., ' A' 2' '41 " h"g L g', " 9 , A A b A " , ,, ' " - S' 'Q' "" ,,- - ,m . xx. XY . ,ffk - nf, V ,. A J ' 'ff , ., . ., . , MWF as wwf aidfgxmq ,, yiqm. K My .E Zi .,,, si J Q' " W. - V . ,,.W 5 . A - f gg hh , Q P Q MQ .. 4, fp- - ' 'H -w' .L ,wr wwf. -. by wr, 3 '- ' ',,, f f H A m,,-1 4',L K' ' . 7 , f W " W f J if if f, A A h' 5 , : '11' 'ig A , , .. W ,,, , . :fr -i jk 5, .-"wy,,,Hf" Q 'gg ay wig' Hgfjf' - Q' , ,. J I k ' ,--, BW me W - A . .. ., ,. ,.,,W., ,, ,,L,, , ,,., i W , , ., W , -f -41-1.:'QZ ,", ?'1-W 1 LIS' f, N-:A ,ff ' 3' 5 f' , ',,,, 2' 1' 1 ,g , QS,- W -ff ug, 1 wfft H335 fr mf ' f 3 U ,, ggi- X . -g A if , ' W i n .W,,, . ,.,A, :J 1. m .. E 3 QW Q J ET f M W ? ar' '3 E ':i,' M' w'+1.'fU igiifkisw 3 1 4 A SALUTE TO COACH BILL SECHREST 5 l ig 1 Hills - '41 Coach Sechrest has been passionately involved with our sports program for four years in hopes to improve it's over-all effectiveness. He has held such positions as athletic director of 7 and 8 grade girls and boys sports, but his main job has been our head football coach. He has taken a team, that before his arrival had not won a game in two years, and has turned it into a powerful contender. His record in regular season play as head football coach at Acme Delco is 25-l7. For the job he has done in rebuilding our football team and restoring our school spirit, we salute him. Varsity Football Littlefield Clarkton Dixon Prospect Bladenboro South Brunswick North Brunswick Tabor City Hallsboro Whiteville Playoffs Camp Lejeune Varsity Boys Basketball Red Springs Red Springs Williams South Brunswick Hallsboro Whiteville South Brunswick Tabor City Nakina Tabor City Hallsboro Whiteville Williams North Brunswick Nakina North Brunswick J-V Boys South Brunswick South Brunswick Red Springs Red Springs Hallsboro Whiteville North Brunswick South Brunswick Nakina Tabor City 7-8 Boy Basketball Chadbourn Whiteville Hallsboro Tabor City Chadbourn Hallsboro Tabor City V Baseball Laney West Columbus Hoggard Haggard West Columbus Laney Williams South Brunswick Hallsboro Whiteville 26 SCOREBGARD l98l -82 l 5-20 45-7 68-8 49-O 42- l 2 8-7 40-0 l 2-41 l 9-6 l 2-44 l 3-35 53-94 50-57 5l -46 58-56 58-70 5 l -45 64-63 64-66 53-65 37-47 7 l -80 53-37 65-49 48-38 37-45 26-48 37-23 50-65 44-28 32-29 60-59 Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Home Away Volleyball North Brunswick Hallsboro Williams South Brunswick Whiteville Tabor City Hallsboro Williams Whiteville Nakina South Brunswicck Tabor City Nakina North Brunswick Varsity Girl's Basketball Red Springs Red Springs Williams South Brunswick Hallsboro Whiteville South Brunswick Tabor City Nakina Tabor City Hallsboro Whiteville Williams North Brunswick Nakina North Brunswick J.V. Girls Basketball Hallsboro Whiteville North Brunswick Williams Nakina South Brunswick Tabor City 7-8 Girls Basketball Chadbourn Whiteville Hallsboro Tabor City Chadbourn Hallsboro Tabor City South Brunswick Tabor City Nakina Tabor City Hallsboro Whiteville Williams North Brunswick Nakina North Brunswick Lost Won Won Lost Lost Won Won Won Lost Won Lost Lost Won Lost 33-52 3 l -5l 35-22 26-45 24-57 22-68 44-58 28-43 37-55 22-49 28-46 31-64 5l -33 l 6-22 42-2 l 24-l l 24-42 30- l 8 24-25 l 4-4l l 7-32 l 0-20 l 2-25 l 5-32 l 3-30 l 2-24 Away Away Home Home Away Home Home Home Away Away 04' ' ' 9 . 55? g-'figvfba MQ' 5' A 1 x e J J B o ter Club -Q - if Qnce S Hilbou 4 . ,k ., A ga ' '22-msftigf ,I 1. ' . 'A ' Ja- zfffif gggv A 5, , 5,2 ' gw?2'?: ' 'JL -'bhfjw '-ig, I 4. ei,,f32,g W I q1g:T:.u,12g' gb: 2vf,5f f 'I 4 ff 331995 5- 54- I " I xii " . 3,5 ACTIVITIES prf' R 'M is .ffm Q.. Ac 5' H .3 ge. FIRST ROW: D. Bowen, A. McKeithan, T. Ouinn, D. Brown, S. Tripp, B. Williams, F. Mills. SECOND ROW: K. Myers, J. Holden, B. Grant, E. Mitchell, R. Creech, E. Brewer. THIRD ROW: A. Cromartie, M. Graham, J. Bordeaux, K. Crawford, S. Reynolds, K. Lacewell, J. Bordeaux. Top right corner: W. Marr. -I SITTING: President- Donna Brown, STANDING: Secretary- Teri Quinn. INNER CLUB COUNCIL The Inner Club Council is an organization composed of all club presidents. Its purpose it to relate the activities of all clubs on campus. This year the club was responsible for a beautification project. The project included decorating the campus for Christmas and the club also set up a committee to design the new class rings for the school. This organization is headed by the vice president of the Student Council. 29 0 v.,,Q.. - , TOP ROW: T. Dubar, L. Freeman, D. Buffkin, W. Rich, T. Quinn, C. Hill, C. Williams, E. Bowens, D. Brown, S. Andrews, W. Williams. THIRD ROW: J. Edwards, K. Squires, M. Smith, W. Rockwell, M. Brown, B. Grant, W. Bowen, K. Freeman, G. Keaton, J. LeNeave, L. Croom. SECOND ROW: B. Cooke, T. Marlowe, D. Butler, B. Willams, R. Young, C. Shaw, J. Bordeaux, M. Graham, A. Granger, J. Bryant. FIRST ROW: V. Powers, I. Jackson, F. Saulter, K. Smith, D. Phelps, M. Carroll, J. Hill, M. Webb, K. Daniels. FBLA Officers STANDING - W. Williams - Chairman of Program Committee, J. Bryant - Secretary, T. Quinn - Reporter, B. Daniels- Treasurer, R. Young - Reporter. SITTING - J. Edwards- Social Committee, M. f --f . xx Graham - Vice President, J. Bordeaux - President, M. Webb - Historian. f QRVIQ ' S Future Business Leaders of America is the national organization for ,ip dk all high school students participating in business and office programs. xt ,K lt can function as an integral part of the instructional program of the ' n business and office curriculum in secondary schools. The purpose of V Z the organization is to: , 3 Lf UTURE Q - Develop competent, aggressive business leadership. 0 USINESS -. - Strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and Q J EADERS A ' their work. Q f. MERICA Ov - Create more interest in and understanding of American Q Q - business enterprise. . . . . Q "44'f:1f2':b" O -- Encourage members in the develo ment of individual S 6 . . . . D 11' ak is proiects which contribute to the improvement of home, I business and community. - Develop character, prepare for useful citizenship, and foster patriotism. - Encourage and practice efficient money management. - Encourage scholarship and promote school loyalty. 30 - Assist students in the establishment of occupational goals - Facilitate the transition from school to work. V wggg, .f..?,?Q1 V B , ,.. .. .kilk . 'fllll D. Graham, L. Hudson, W. Lacewell, V. Powers, K. Freeman, O. Greene, R. Young, D. Lacewell, S. Brown, S. Francis, S. Clayter, L. Brooks. SECOND ROW: S. Genwright, T. Dubar, G. Harrelson, G. Daniels, S. Graham, G. Gatlin, S. Graham, S. Zinnerman, B. Williams, J. Bordeaux, W. Webb, S. Tripp, M. Medlin, M. Beatty, V. Robbins. THIRD ROW: V. Smith, C. Show, K. Dubar, R. Shaw, M. Saulter, T. Bowens, J. Jacobs, E. Delamater, D. Phelps, N. Wilson, K. Smith, H. Britt, J. Britt, FOURTH ROW: S. McCoy, C. Powers, T. Dixon, D. Keaton, J. Dixon, C. Williams, B. Floyd, D. Garrell. B. Grant, A. King, E. Bowens, B. Daniels, K. Smith, G. Freeman. FIFTH ROW: A. Troy, L. Brown, P. Livingston, L. Freeman, L. Keaton, L. Lavin, J. Graham, D. Buffkin, J. Bordeaux, D. Lacewell, S. Carroll, K. Hudson, L. Brown, W. Edge, B. Webb. FHA All courses in home economics are offered to both male and female students. ln addition, any student enrolled, or who has been enrolled in home economics, is eligible for membership in the Future Homemakers of America CFHAJ organization. Future M.. Homemakers of America activities are an integral part of the instructional program. The goal of the organization is to help youth assume their roles in society through home economics in areas of personal growth, family life, vocational preparation and community involvement. 5 I l '95 , . f ,M 1 Kay Allen demonstrates the techniques of child care sw B. Williams, Pres, T. Dixon, V. Pres, O. Greene, Sec, B. Daniels, Historian, R. Young, Recreational Leader, J. Dixon, Treas, S. Tripp, Reporter. 3l LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Smith, K. Malpass, A. Carroll, W. Phelps, K. Crawford, J. Lennon, A. Bostic, R. Malpass, K. Meggs, R. Hunt, G. Keaton, G. Graham, G. Melvin, M. Webb, L. Brooks, D. Freeman, R. Conner, E. Brewer, K. Garrell, R. Sykes, S. Bordeaux, K. Swain, J. Godfrey, S. Hudson, E Keith, R. Brown, T. Bowens, D. Nichols, D. Webb, J. Bryant, M. Smith, L. Lavin, T. King, C. Jacobs, R. Burney, J. Webb, K. Brown, J. Munn, S Smith, M. Meggs, A. Brown, O. Brown, K. Graham, J. Granger, J. Phelps, A. Dowless, J. Cooke, K. Moore, R. Robinson, J. Malpass, H. Lennon, R. Bordeaux, R. Hilbourn, K. Skipper, V. Graham, J. Faircloth, C. Cruse, A. Blanks, R. Bowen, E. Walker, S. Hampton, R. Richardson, T. Dowless, L. Little, T. Little, D. Buffkin, J. Hampton, K. Walters, K. King, B. Floyd, M. Schmidt, J. Creech, T. Allen, M. Malpass, T. Linnartz, B. Little, G. Brown, T. Mills, K. Grice, J. Peterson, M. Williams. The Acme-Delco Chapter of the Future Farmers of America have different contests which they F participate in during the school year. These contests range anywhere from land judging, to dairy judging. This year Acme-Delco hosted the parliamentary BACK: Mr. Williamson, K. Malpass, Reporter, W. Phelps, Sentinel, J. procedure, Creed, Gnd Dublifl SPG-OkinQ Contest- Lennon, Vice President, G. Smith, Treasurer, A. Bostic, Chaplain LEFT TO RIGHT: K. Crawford, President, A. Carroll, Secretary, b ,,."'lr" Tiff if A my . '.lii ' i' f .r ' ViiE WS Y, - l '1 I - few' fW"'r cw - N5-E ' A "-mf., mm mm 'F - - 5' - Ak ww """ - .. ..5V?f,,,,- in .W . . - TOP LEFT: K. Gorrell, J, Lenlwon, M. Gorrell, K. King, A. Brown, J. Dixon, E. Nobles, MIDDLE LEFT: G, Graham, J. Grohom, S. Hudson, D. Fields K. Moore, R. Robinson, E. Brewer, R. Reynold. BOTTOM LEFT: J. Congleton, G. Powers, R. Robbins, R. Connor, S, Romsey, T. Allen, J. Moore, S. Smith VICA . fzflgfl 'Q X J-and ' by -'A .1 3 'll X HA' .mmmx S 1' if . AQ, X g 5 k Q W b if . ,g if . 3 2. rv 1' W w 'xxgh , if ' J -, -" ' 5 , A I , A ,,. nf f ' v ' ' 33 ,,.1. . ,, - ' KW 1 'rs Elini' .flfgm Pez: I I W an me am i' Jig? we .... 4 Q. .R - FIRST ROW: Y. Brown, J. Malpass, W. Lacewell, M. Lloyd, G. Graham, J. Brown, S. Jacobs, A. Brown SECOND ROW M Ridenhour A Benson, R. Shaw, T. Mills, B. Williams, D. Brown, T. Dixon, P. Greene. THIRD ROW: D. Troy, L. Freeman V Jacobs S Andrews E Keith W. Phelps, W. Edge, P. Hudson, W. Rockwell, W. Parks, J. Dixon. FOURTH ROW: l. Beatty, T. Marlowe D Butler A Pellom S Gore K Squires, V. Brown, T. Sorenson. HUMAN RELATIONS The purpose of the Human Relations club is to promote good relationships among students at Acme-Delco and the surrounding communities. Club members are chosen by homeroom teachers at the beginning ot each school year. The club participates in various activities, such as, playing Secret Santa with the teachers and giving Christmas baskets to some needy families in the community, The club also gives help to the elderly and poor throughout the year and publishes the honor roll. mwf ABOVE RIGHT: Sponsor Rosa Greene i and President Wendy Marr discuss the :fi up-coming agenda. RIGHT: Vice Pres. I' - J. Dixon, Pres. - W. Marr, Sec. B. 1' Williams. T 1 v ,.. 'QS' FIRST ROW: M. Kennedy, T. Quinn, E. Mitchell, R. Creech, M. Carroll, B. Grant, F. Mills. -SECOND ROW: G. Battle- Sponsor, J. Bordeaux, B. Daniels, S. Greene, R. Hunt, V. Brown, M. Dawson, L. Graham-Sponsor. THIRD ROW: R. Shaw, W. Lacewell, D. Phelps, M. Babson, J. Hill. SCIENCE CLUB The Science Club was more specialized this year than in previous years. In order to be a bonafide member, one had to complete a scientific project. These included investigations in plant cancer, chicken embryology, the makeup of blood, the study of frog anatomy, and many more interesting and beneficial projects. The club, as it has in previous years, attended the Medical Careers Workshop at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Hopefully, these educational experiences helped students become involved in scientific inquiry in order to understand the nature of the scientific revolution and role of science in the world today. LEFT: STANDING: M. Carroll, Treas., B. Grant, Reporter, T. Quinn, Sec. SITTING: E. Mitchell, V. Pres., R. Creech, Pres. ABOVE: Melinda Carroll and Iris Jackson preparing for their scientific entry project. J visfgdwsggs . l -- FIRST ROW: Patricia Greene, Renee Young, Yvette McCollum, Angela McKeithan, Susan M. Dew, Frances Mills, Anne Harrelson, SECOND ROW: Donna Brown, Veronica Brown, Kyle Crawford, Eric Mitchell, Danny Kirby, Beverly Daniels, Ken Myers, William Bowen, Steve Greene, THIRD ROW: Sheila Andrews, Dana Skipper, Sheila Tripp, Evelyn Munn, Tonya Lloyd, lris Jackson, Marie Howard, Diane Bowen MATH CLUB sin A sin C K: V2b2 sin B The Math Club was organized to inspire students to excel in their math classes. Membership is limited to those students taking upper level math. The club members participate in math contests held at school and at area colleges. These contests, held in the spring, are eagerly awaited by the members. Angela McKeithan - Pres., Beverly Daniels - Treas., Susan M. Dew - Vice Pres., Tonya Lloyd - Sec. F www - -f :Hwy W5 an m in in 1.. ' is . FRONT ROW: J. Hill, J. Edwards, M. Carroll, M. Kennedy, M. Dawson, W. Lacewell, R. Young, O. Green, F. Saulter, R. Young. SECOND ROW: A. McKeithan, R. Malpass, D. Bowen, M. Howard, E. Munn, W. Marr, F. Mills, P. Green, T. Lloyd, L. Freeman, J. Bryant. THIRD ROW: D. Skipper, Y. McCollum, S. Dew, V. Jacobs, D. Lacewell, J. Bordeaux, B. Saulter, S. Andrews, D. Brown, T. Dixon. FOURTH ROW: L. Hilbourn, R. Hunt, C. Lacewell, A. Mott, K. Faison, B. Grant, R. Dale, E. Mitchell, B. Daniels, P. Hudson, K. Myers. FIFTH ROW: S. Carroll, V. Brown, D. Smith, L. Croom, T. Quinn, K. Crawford, W. Parks, B. Cooke, D. Butler, W. Williams. LITERARY CLUB The Literary Club is for those who enjoy writing poems, prose, drawing, sketching, etc. The club sponsored several constructive activities during the year, these projects are performed annually. Among these were the Book Fair, which was organized to promote the growing interest in reading for pleasure, and the publishing of the Trojumania, the school's literary magazine. The Literary CIub's ultimate goal was to help students discover, develop, and refine the communication skills they will need to meet the speaking and writing demands of a lifetime. LEFT: STANDING: J. Bryant, Sec., B. Grant, Reporter, B. Daniels Treas. SITTING: F. Mills, Pres., W. Marr, V. Pres. -- 1 WIND AND RAIN Wie? The wjfid-wjvswirlt thQyg,e.'st"Y?night, And Qld and chill it moaniihee It bliits through the outer clotlgg, Angfreezes the marrow of my b6?es. .. S" .VP Ifhe trees fIa'l..,,WQdly ingtlgpgwindfg Tfie leave I vein evifll ' 3 .i M Iioke. Itficoiailfallllilllliie Pigs. Q. Hifi...-.. .3 gtg.: nt in A Thexiskylfig-I I aeI6'E,frozelgiIWnight, The star5ffb?l'le'ldii,ggItQ This night seemsigo have more wind, Than this world cguld ever hold. 2? The wind now coguiieth from the north, A freezing rain bdgats down. Amid the woods this freezing night, There is not another sound. John Christopher Nance 37 TOP LEFT: Kyle Crawford, Eric Mitchell, Bernard Grant, Veronica Brown, Keith Gorrell, Roger Conner. BOTTOM LEFT: Marcia Smith Laura Croom, Marie Howard, Wendy Lacewell, Diane Bowen, Tammy Dixon. TUTORS The Students Service Project CSSPJ has been a tremendous success at Acme-Delco High School. The SSP tutors are composed of students who have volunteered their services to help their fellow classmates achieve success in their academic endeavors. A tutor's job does not just include class time, it is one in which the tutor must work as a close friend with his student to help break down the barriers that may have been built, TOP RIGHT - Veronica Brown smiled as she helped Bonita Webb deciphered an answer during French. BOTTOM LEFT: Eric Mitchell points out the fine points of laboratory procedure to Jeff Malpass. 38 l 1 QL. in, Q... gfiffr ,,Vr 4 ,I 4?f'Q4"iq- . "'7:":? T S A 'F' l l will wm,..w Prefmfg ll F , v g 8 l F' -" J J wi V T Q . 5 Y . 5. . F. A gf, lsr, . X 4 t ' fy if J uh U S ls " A .TA . 5 is . t ir Q . ik " S . rw fi , . '54 ' x FIRST ROW LEFT: F. Freeman, W. Bowen, J. Smith, J. Graham, S. Brown, S. Andrews, B. Cooke, D. Butler, D.Smitl1, E. Simpson, K. Squires, S. Dew. SECOND ROW LEFT: W. Marr, L. Hilbourn, C. Hill, D. Lacewell, L, Freeman, P. Hudson, D. Skipper, P. Greene, S. Zinnerman, W. Rockwell, S. Greene, J. Bordeaux. THIRD ROW LEFT: S. Wallace, Y. McCullum, K. Walters, D. Kirby, E. Mitchell, V. Brown, P. Livingston, T. Quinn, K, Crawford, FOURTH ROW LEFT: K. Knowles, M. Babson, M. Kennedy, J. Bryant, J. LeNeave, T. Lloyd, M. Howard, D. Bowen, L. Hemminger, T. Dowless, C. Hill. FIFTH ROW LEFT: A. Harrelson, S. Francis, S. Brown, M. Dawson, M. Carroll, W. Lacewell, R. Shaw, R. Young, D. Lacewell, L. Brown. I DRAMA For Those With Imagination ....-. The l98l-82 Trojan Drama Club started their l . 1 season with the radio production of the Invisible Man. Being in the tryouts for Drama Club were a l huge success. Being in the Drama Club gave each -HH- lli. member the chance to show sides of themselves they did not know existed. Besides giving them a little extra activity, it also shows the creativity that many students possessed. X . g. F' 1 v Officers: B. Grant, President, M. Carroll, V. President, V. Brown, Secretary. 39 . . . k 'vt' is W' Ur I WW .Si " 51,53 M.. 44445. was 'ARE wt in m ,yghfp Q... X43 LEFT TO RIGHT, TOP ROW: P. LeLeave, I. Jackson, K. Smith, M. Dawson, R. Shaw, M. Graham, K. Squires, D. Dawson, C. Bordeaux, SECOND ROW: S. Reynolds, T. Lloyd, G. Munn, S. Grenwright, J. Bordeaux, K. Crawford, D. Bowen, G. Keaton, D. Brown, THIRD ROW: I. Brown, D. Bufkin, S. Dew, E. Mitchell, B. Grant, T. Quinn, B. Daniels, W. Rockwell, P. Hudson, W. Bowen, BOTTOM ROW: J. Malpass, W. Lacewell, J. Peterson, M. Kennedy, A. Harrelson, K. Peterson, T. Justice, G. Daniels, K. Daniels OFFICES: BOTTOM, BACK ROW: Romona Shaw - Reporter, J. Peterson - 7th and 8th grade Rep.,Tonya Lloyd-Treasurer, SEATED: Michelle Kennedy - Secretary, Eric Mitchell - President, Donna Brown, V. Pres. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council gives students a valued experience in a parlimentary way of life. lt's the most mind devoting club in our school. The council gives students the opportunity to S ,rw ,A express their opinions, and show their inner " " abilities to expound on any given subject. I H 40 71 Fx! 1 STANDING: Tonyc Lloyd, Donna Browng SIT- TING: Michelle Kennedy. f ,f W , ' If S In us Z KD D -1 fb ua U7 'U O 3 Ln O -1 oL N4 :AF IATION CASC Q S M, 9662 N :A A' fX4,, E Eklrv S' f,,Qi1i 519 rv' ew C A SWG ' " ""0Wf0:r .. . - I' LEFT TO RIGHT: TOP ROW: V. Brown, D. Brown, S. Genwright, P. Livingston, S. Dew, J. Bordeaux, D. Skipper, D. Butler, M. Babson 1 P. Hudson, J. Leneave, SECOND ROW: R. Bowen, T. Quinn, B. Daniels, K. Walters, K. Myers, E. Mitchell, R. Hunt, W. Rockwell, S. Greene, W. Bowen, C. Hill, J. Bryant, THIRD ROW: S. Andrews, P. Greene, E. Munn, A. Mills, D. Bowen, S. Tripp, F. Mills, L. Beck, W, Jacobs, R. Young, T. Lloyd, W. Marr, BOTTOM ROW: M. Kennedy, J. Edwards, M. Dawson, R. Shaw, M. Babson, A. Harrelson, K. Smith, K. Freeman, l. Jackson, L. Hemminger. FRENCH CLUB Parlez-vous Francais? This year the French club had a lot of activities planned throughout the year Among these activities were the Foreign Language Fair which was held at Hallsboro, May 6, l982. ln addition to the Foreign Language Fair the French club went to Montreal, Canada, other students of Columbus County accompanied them. They visited many historical places and learned more about the Montreal Province. .l ls 42 . . X . Il X 3 .Mani Officers- STANDING: Left to Right, M. Kennedy, Treas., T. Quinn, Sec., E. Mitchell, Reporter, K. Myers, Pres., F. Mills, V. Pres. f I I I I TOP LEFT: F. Mills, K. Myers, W.C. Phelps, A. Mott, E. Brewer, R. Hunt, K. Malpass, G. Graham, E. Mitchell. BOTTOM LEFT: G. Keaton, B. Daniels, G. Freeman, J. Howard, R. Patrick, W. Bowen, R. Conner, D. Troy, J. Dixon, L. Hilbourn, B. Williams, R. Young. BUS DRIVERS .IN ' X .4-4' ., .1. i . - - -hgh i.. X if ' ' U , or-'ft avg . x i xW TA, 1 x , 1 V a 2 . H aw' -K WW .. - . R . K G-X , .Xgv- X ff is ' Y., vxoza E R F1454 "T xsvvi is-to 4 V xg? -xr X3 , . N J mr.. i .. :il r Q 8 . ' Q . T Y I x 43 Q1 A X. GUIDANCE: Valorie Jacobs, Laura Croom, Lisa Hilbourn A S S I S I A N OFFICE: wqfraene williams, Felicia Saulfer IDE . , ' - il ' 7 VSM LIBRARY: SITTING: Ann Harrelson, Joanie Edwards, Lisa Hilbourn, Sherilyn Brown, Wendy Lacewell, Jamie Smith. STANDING: Jenny Godfrey, Jen-ai Hill, Debra Smith, Kim Lacewell, Bridget Saulter, Sherry Zinnerman. 44 WHO S WI-ID AT ADI-IS Who s Who at ADHS is an honorary award given to five seniors with outstanding character and academic ability For the l98I 82 year the award was presented to Kevin Faison, Beverly Daniels, SITTING: Angela Mclieithan, Eric Mitchell, Ken Myers, Fran- cis Mills. STANDING: Diane Bowen, Teri Quinn, Ronnie Hunt, Wendy Marr, and Beverly Daniels, I I I I L I I SENIOR Left to Right: FIRST ROW: F. Mills, M. Kennedy, M. Dawson, R. Shaw, D. Bowen. SECOND ROW: T. Quinn, K. Myers, S. Tripp, J. Simmons, A. McKeithen. THIRD ROW: S. Dew, J. Bordeaux, D. Butler, S. Greene, E. Mitchell, B. Daniels, W. Marr. The activities of the Senior Beta Club included baskets of fruit delivered to a rest home in December, the sponsoring of the exchange student from Brazil and the representing of Acme Delco at the County Quiz Bowl this year. TOP RIGHT: BOTTOM ROW: K. Myers, President, F. Mills, Vice President, TOP ROW: B. Daniels, Treasurer, T. Quinn, Secretary, Reporter, S. Tripp, RIGHT: During the new members' initiation ceremony, members enjoy the refreshments. 46 .Q il. 9' P' --ag, if Q, Lzzgvzig-,Q .. .ge - L 1 A l ' 1 BACK ROW: J. Love, K. Moore, G. Malpass, K. Squires, M. Lennon, S. Tripp, A. Benson. MIDDLE ROW: T. Sorenson, S. Gore, M. Daniels, A Macon, G. Keaton, J. Graham, M. Lloyd, G. Cook. FRONT ROW: J. Malpass, M. Hill, F. Jacobs, P. Dudley, L. Macon, A. Medlin, S. Freeman, S Bowen. JR. BETA CLUB The Junior Beta Club is a group of scholastically outstanding Jr. High students. To be eligible for this club, a student must have a 93 grade point average. This club performs many services tor the student body. Among these are keeping the school store, and raising and lowering the flags. Sheri Tripp, Pres., Stephanie Gore, V. Pres., Angela Benson, Sec.- Treas. 47 Y ricriou Q ll lgi I '1 ,Y I I Alf' V 1 2 X .... vilizrlr ""' BOTTOM ROW: R. Young, T. Lloyd, W. Marr, S. Dew, K. Smith, T. Quinn, L. Hilbourn. TOP ROW: S. Wallace, E. Mitchell, K. Crawford, D. Skipper, S. Carroll, J. Simmons. QUILL AND SCROLL Quill and Scroll, the International Honorary Society for High School Journalists, was organized for the purpose of encouraging and rewarding individual achievement in journalism and allied fields. The Society has always taken an active part in raising standards in its field and in directing the course of high school journalism. The Acme-Delco chapter is the heart of Quill and Scroll. The local members belong to an international organization. Their membership widens their horizon, increases their journalistic perspective, and gives them the prestige of membership in an honorary scholastic society. tim W 3fn1rmaIiuualQ5uimrarg,Shrinp ti1rEmhSclmnl3numzlls1s' 554: eg-misty 51-.nut in Ehmrhiltlellliigldchwl in . ln. . Sf ba.i4-me-,Q .wbifvmmnu in Klyoluae jmmwiim 4,1 C5en1-ge Cbullup Qafnarh If in Ilya. animal examination ofsclyool newspapers- conburmb Ivy' Quill ana?-mvll Sain-ny rlymugh ir: Selva B1umJQdticaISwm this Gfnanrly hayofarnxember ninormn bumhmbsznudp ' 2?:.cL?:'f:.. SITTING: T. Quinn, Pres, R. Young, V. Pres. STANDING: T. Lloyd, Sec.-Treas. dw. FIRST ROW: Susan Dew, Beverly Daniels, Diane Bowen, Frances Mills, Lisa Beck. SECOND ROW: Renee Young, Tonya Lloyd, Donna Brown, Eric Mitchell, Dana Skipper, Teri Quinn, Ronnie Hunt, Kevin Faison, Ken Myers, Veronica Brown. WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL Recognition in Who's Who is a national honor for junior and senior class high school students who have demonstrated achievements in either academics, athletics, or extra-curricular activities. To be chosen, one must have a grade point average of B or higher. Nominations are received from most of our nations prominent youth organizations. Only tive percent of the junior and senior class students are included in Who's Who each year. Six juniors and nine seniors were chosen from Acme-Delco for the I982 school year. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY i I Ken Myers :-- '.V'AfHf2 K f . 1 ,,.,,g s -,.:1- :",,t,:,.s,f j 5 Zffiliff r?,f':f.,f.i ffl A . !fvqg,-,,f Membership in the National Honor Society is 'QQ' ' "3 if both an honor and a responsibility. Students Ay elected to membership are expected to continue 1, lf-, to demonstrate the qualities of scholarship, 5 .Vi ...if service, leadership, and character. I I VL Qi Eligibility is open to students in the eleventh and twelfth grades of any school with a X fm' ' National Honor Society Chapter. Students may sl not apply for membership, they are selected by a faculty council. Our chapter requires a student to have a grade point average of 93.0 and maintain this average during each grading period. It a member does not maintain the 93.0 academic average he will be placed on probation for one grading period until the required average is . . 49 maintained. A-1 45 A W I I -1.,,5ff7LW V,,k, I ' ZW ' fwv' x 'fff-bzfzmsw' ,,fW1,ya 1 , 1, J f 14 'Fw 1 ,sv ,Wm , :- '1f!'+wT4,A's3."n, . 1 f 1, , , f f If"m3e2?i"2V'7DWi-,M P , A 1 al ' . , Qi- fi " " 1.1 ff' . , ,gg If -. ' f ff l '. . f f"?4fiQf- ' '52 "f""f g ,wil HS- f fwzf1wz'fez"1M1 'f,m:f.,s?W,1,.K3' Aw, IT 'iff 1-r. 'GHZ-'ffml ..,- W, il 'ey 1 1. 1 ,. Q-'uiiw 4 ACADEMICS PARLEZ-VOUS FRANCAIS K ,L pl ' . , v 'QW .WT 4, law Q 103 62 v 1' '74 V A 7-Jef 'Fist Aff. ' . lui- 5 F '53,-. Q W: Q 4 J V61 F JX glvf 1 3375 S! . , ,. 1 . -rg - 1. Q ,-'w7g,Qk,.,g.. xy, r . any XV A W f e. ' 3 L E JN ..-A. , wlpif.. EV' e T29 , -, .S if , ,M , ., 7 k Qs I 5. If ' F w T Qetfg efm, ,, , 0 ,V-4 ,V ' ,.. 1 fe D . , Q v . - -. '- ' Ven. 'A ,,, ' 59551, "wi rl-lui 'sq 2 'i' ' in Y .' it . ,N 5,1 ,QP ' Az, . I I'iJ,D5?ia?yi'2 ff Q . 5 ' ,-. v5'wL,fl'?:" . 2 ' '!Xx'?Q.w lf? ' van, Fl I x .H K ,. ,QM Q, ,- mx fm Yxmnyfyv, X A . ,7 , 4, ,,kV, J A XiYxt'1.3im'mY-Q Pam and Shelia looked on as Mrs. Jacobs tried to translate. 'Mai Jodi and Ramona hard at work. 'R .19 f '. ' of ,Y ff an A ,I 4 "fs, 'A V I , fr The French courses are electives for college bound pupils, however, they are open to students from other curricula. The main goal in French instruction is the acquistion of a language which the student can understand and in which he can express himself within the limits of his needs and experiences. The courses are designed to give pupils a basic knowledge of French, including reading and speaking, plus elementary grammatical concepts, and some knowledge of the culture and civilization of France. 5l ABOVE: Mr. Gerald appears to be teaching, but where are the stu- dents? ABOVE RIGHT: Mrs. Lloyd tries to explain English Liter- ature to a student. RIGHT: Miss Meares and some students appear to be reading a funny story. 52 English is a dynamic, living, growing language. Because methods of communication change, because speaking and writing manners change, and because the English language itself changes, the teaching of English is both fascinating and challenging. The English department, in order to help students better understand and appreciate our language, offered a program which included basic grammar, literature, and composition skills. Not only competency but needed job and college preparatory skills were taught. Teachers encouraged vocabulary study to raise the verbal scores on the Scholastic Aptitude Test, they also worked with students to raise competency test scores. The department held as its philosophy that the manisfestations of these skills comes from within, therefore, knowledge can best be gained through self-discovery. LEFT: Mrs. Jacobs illustrates to Jennifer the cor- rect usage of verbs. BELOW: Students seem hap- py while preparing themselves for their future. Nu...t..i-. 'i'i .. t t P 53 MATHEMATICS wi? lille -wwilljl J f a,'yQ', lzliw Jwfwollffgfw il L M lj,ll5,l? Qi gi W CJ' ix, A ""' 4 fi f up ,gi , , Miss Riggins explains dividing techniques while Kevin Grice stands by and listens. The mathematics department offers courses such as General Math, Applied Math, Consumer Math. Algebra l Geometry, Algebra l l, and Advanced Math. The teachers of this important but difficult subject are Agnes Ann Moore, Eva Riggins, and Charles Bennerman. These teachers of Acme-Delco stressed basic math fundamentals to prepare their students upon graduation, especially those who are college bound. 54 an ...J Y, +5 i N s- .g 1 QU A : V2h cbi + '32, ABOVE: Mr. Bennermon gives this group of students directions for their assignment. RIGHT: Mrs. Moore shows Horold Armond which problems to work. i s CCCIZJZKCCD-I : -CE c2d c -- 'inns 55 9-X o OO 0 ti f, a , 'I V f Q ,Z n ,fg5Q5 ,ri 'In' Q 1,5 l BAND The band began 1981-82 under the direction of Mr. Lawrence Carr Mitchell. Mr. Mitchell graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill, and was a director in Wake County before moving to Acme-Delco. The band participated in all home games and went to Camp LeJeune in November to be a part of the schools first play-off games, and competed in parades at Shallote, Tabor City, and Winston-Salem. The symphonic band presented a Christmas program for both schools. Some students make All-State Senior Band and All-State Junior High Band. The year ended with a spring concert. 56 SENIOR BAND: P. Benton, T. Best, M. Boney, S. Bowen, A. Brown A. Brown, G. Brown, D. Butler, C. Davis, E. deBethizy, P. Dudley, K Evans, V. Evans, A. Freeman, R. Freeman, R. Freeman, S. Gore,J Graham, R. Graham, A. Granger, H. Hampton, L, Hemminger, M Hill, S. Horne, T. Holden, I. Jackson, F. Jacobs, J. Johnson, A Kirksey, T. Little, T. Linnartz, M. Lloyd, D. Malpass, H. Malpass, J Malpass, A. Medlin, A. McKeithan, R. McPherson, K. Moore, D Morris, A. Mott, W.C. Phelps, L. Robbins, S. Sharpe, C. Smith, J Smith, C. Walters, K. Walters, A. Williams, R. Wilson, D. Wise, S Zinnerman. JUNIOR BAND: R. Bland, C. Bordeaux, M. Bowen, M. Bowen, A Brown, T. Brown, S. Clayter, R. Dudley, J. J. Estep, K. Floyd, C Keaton, S. Kelly, M. Larkins, S. Linnartz, H. Malpass, J. Marr, B Nichols, L. Shaw. N097 SOCIAL STUDIES TOP: Mrs. Gore defies description. ABOVE: Mrs. Weeks grades seventh grade notebooks. 58 -guuwntq 4I'i I 3 o ,F f W, FIRST ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT: A. Medlin, L. Macon, G. Webb, K. Moore, J. Love, P. Brown. SECOND ROW: A. Macon, D. Gore, L Robbins, R. McPherson, A. Freeman, R. Freeman. THIRD ROW: M. Simmons, T. Smith, R. Tedder, H. Malpass, T. Best, P. Wallace K. Lennon The eighth grade social studies classes submitted work for The Daughters of the American Revolution essay contest. Twenty students won a trip to Sportsworld and six were sent on for county wide competition. The essays were on famous Americans born in February and had to be six hundred to one thousand words long. SCIENCE The Science department is student-centered and is thus structured to have appeal, variety, value, flexibility and special projects to satisfy the needs of students enrolled within an instructional program that provides incentives and motivates the students to achieve more than minimum requirements. Science education assists students in acquiring an altitude of open-mindedness and in accepting changes which occur in scientific research. Finally, it gives the students a greater awareness and appreciation of themselves, their environment, and its resources. TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Graham shows the fine art of science. BOTTOM: Raymond Bowen, Tony Bress, and Craig Robenson comprise on what appears to be a good conclusion. 60 DEPARTMENT 1--"' KV .,,VV j .....,, , TOP: Mrs. Daniels shows the importance of reading and comprehension in scientific work. DIRECTLY ABOVE: Mr. Baftle's gettin' down with emperical formulas. LEFT: Teresa Marlowe anfi Shannon Home show interest in their work. HOME ECONOMICS EMM. nu if 'af m ff gf. , f 'fam , 4 Q X , f 'wg 5 W r X 2' T QQ J - g W Q, am - TOP: Mrs. Coleman explains a topic to All courses in home economics are offered for both male and female students. In addition, any student enrolled, or who has been enrolled in home economics, is eligible for membership in the Future Homemakers of America CFHAJ organization. Future Homemakers of America activities are an integral part of the instructional program. The goal of the organization is to help youth assume their roles in society through home economics education in areas of personal growth, family life, vocational preparation and community involvement. 62 I l Y k .,,. ,, . , A ..,.. ,.., 3 M5 3 Delisha Lacewell and Evelyn Munn. 1 Y i BOTTOM LEFT: Weena Edge tried out some new sewing tech niques. it 1353 if is if Mrs. Williamson grades work during study hall. BUSINESS EDUCATION The business education department prepares students, whether they choose a career or not for future situations where such education will be needed. The courses offered, Typing l and ll, Office Occupations, Accounting l and ll, and Shorthand are integral ports of the educational offerings involving the exploration and preparation in business knowledge, skills, and attitudes for students Through the course offerings and actives participation in the FBLA students will give them a greater status in employment. Mrs. Shaw assisted Mary Webb in Typ- ing l l. 63 AGRICULTURE The Agriculture I Production course is designed to meet the needs, interests, and abilities of the students. The instructors, who are qualified, certified, and interested in their student's growth sometimes group the students based on their interests. Because of this interest, the program helps to meet the Kenneth Malpass shows Mr. Coleman and Arthur Martin his skills needs of the college bound students. Instructions in each level or sequence is varied to make a more meaningful educational experience. Field trips, films, slides, resource personnel, lavoratory work, individual instructions, and current educational techniques are utilized in the instructional program. Each student selects an SOE program that is a carry-over from his classroom instruction. RIGHT: Mr. Williams concentrating on what he is doing. LEFT: Anthony Dowless carving his name. Mg, 'if' Students learn how to use a hand drill. VOCATIONAL EDUCATION The Vocational Department of Acme-Delco tries to provide for all its students the opportunity to receive training in the areas of bricklaying and mechanics. Auto Mechanics I, ll, and Ill give instruction in technical and general related information and activities for psychomotor skill development as related to auto mechanics. Masonry I, Il, and Ill provide general related and technical instruction covering employment opportunities, terminology, materials, and application of skills and safe practices in layout and in using tools to spread mortar. Students learn the craft of brick laying PHYSICAL EDUCATION TOP: TOP Idell Brown exhibits his swingg RIGHT: Willie Greene "muscIe mon". BOTTOM: Coach FuIIer's bionic ormg doin' BOTTOM LEFT: Nancy Wilson her thing! 66 I ,X ,Q WMI' Q5 X I nlwffi' I ffm V .E f 2 :W "-,E s, ,, 'WAR ,ii I' .. -My-"""' EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATION Exceptional Education is a program set up to teach basic skills in such courses as English, Mathematics, History, and Science. Students are also taught self-realization, social confidence, civic responsibilities, economic efficiency, and vocational development. -W any-qs' T h e st u d e n t s seemed captivated as Ms. Daniels read to them. .5 'v COMPETENCY Reading classes are set up in the seventh and eighth grades to provide student with reading disabilities the opportunity to im- prove their reading skills. The program is headed by Mr. Blanks and Ms. Rawls. A , 5 Mrs. Helen Holden teaches the Competency Program and aids students in learning the basic skills they will need in order to pass the competency test given to them during their Junior year in high school. This is the most important test a high school student will take in school. 68 Ms. Blanks work with Sherry Cruse and Ingrid Graham in Reading. y Mrs. Holden and Georgia Harrelson prepared tor the competency. Ms. Johnson discussed the lesson with Lynn Little ond April King. MIG-RANT JS- "Will this doy ever end!" IN- SCHOOL SUSPENSION In-School Suspension hos reolly progressed this yeor. The students must stoy in o room seperoted from oll other students for the entire school doy. They connot tolk to other students in the room ond they eot lunch ot o different time thon the other students. Their teochers ossign work for them to do, which Mr. Mork Bridgers makes sure thot they do. 69 -g' Siifkiiiffffsilift Shelia considered a book from the library's supply of novels for reading material. The Media Center contained a wide collection of books, from novels and biographies, to reference books. The Center subscribed to various magazines and newspapers. There were also films, film strips, and phonograph records available. ln addition, there was equipment obtainable, film projectors, tape recorders, televisions, and much more. While taking advantage ofthe quiet, Michelle used her time to do homework. 70 X 'T"SN, X -N.. Mrs. Hamme kept up a bulletin board, among other things. l' ft, X, ix ,f ,t t 1 l ,ie H1 iw, Q A V XLLI , ,t i t ll l 1 b .1ff'i" 'l Q l ' r i l gi f lla Jamie and Jennerea discuss their work as library assistants. The ultimate goal of the Media Center was to help students become independent users of all types of media resources and to train students to value, use, and enjoy a variety of media throughout life for personal growth, vocational pursuits, and recreation. J ,,,, .. 1 , Q. 1 i ,,, Tonya uses the card catalogue to find information for her term paper. ""'g.:i 413' A g l t tsti s f We ,f - . Marjorie uses reference books to do a report for history 7l -nw. B' 'QTY I 0 iff 1, .6 xx XX I I I I I I I I I I I I 2 2 I 'V I s LW' 'A K. Smith, T. Lloyd, T. Quinn, R. Young, S. Wolloa W. Morr, J. Simmons, D. Skipper. PUBLICATIONS ABOVE: Eric Mitcheli, Wendy Marr, Co-Editors-in-chief: TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Morgan - Advisor. BOTTOM RIGHT: Jeff Simmons - Student Life, BELOW: Lisa Hilbourn ond Teri Quinn - Loyout ond Copy Editor 6 I wwi . Q MIK' wi B ll' K 2 iihi fx Ii- il 3' vi 5.9 il HiW i I mimi? 11 u iii 3' ll 1 sw If .wwe S. Carroll, E. Mitchell, S. Dew, K. Crawford, RIGHT: Dona Skipper and Kyle Crawford - rs MIDDLE RIGHT: Tonya Lloyd - Renee Young - Activities BOTTOM Susan Carroll - Business Manager, Dew - Events, Susanne Wallace - ABOVE: Kim Smith - Asst. Business aa I - , H Ama my X Zi. . 1- ,,.,, W , 5 V , , ' 4 v. rrri f on I 1 , A , tg ' A T531 ,Z I i I iiss ,1.,. , , V A ,,,, W, , SW ,Q J, Mgwiff w., we , A 4 'yi ali V,-Z 'vmygl' SM .. jj , K, gf '-f 15? ' iff r , Q. , y, , I ,Q ,y I, I " i I I ' i EQ' ff! I Zia' 3 r A , M, 1 ' ,,,,' W..,,M,,4, 'vi' , . , ' - irr "' ' 1 " ' ffl., ' 'Q I , "bn 'qi' 5, ' ' Q if 'Il' 1 ,c mm. , All ' f ww ,.., ff' 5 , . S I Q4 A , 44 .- ff W.4v H-'fl S I f fu. I I '15 ' I M A I ' X xc, -L A - vfw,MmL ,E A, .,,:,,g, an N, '.c.. , , 5 """F' 'QQ W ADMINISTRATION The administration continued to stress to each and every student to get as much out of their educational experience as possible. There was no magic formula to success. It simply took hard work. We believed a positive attitude was developed through the confidence gained by being successful. Some of the goals this year were to achieve higher academic levels, develop a more attractive campus, and develop school spirit. Dolroe Hamer Assistant Principal 'YE -.I 41, 74 Charles G. Holden Principal Iris Sasser Guidance Counse or Virginia Lane School Secretary in-4-.4 -ami in ,g 0 !!Kx 'xx' I ,.x5i6 f-..i-...X N x FACU LTY Palmas Gerald English Connie Jacobs English, French Winnie Lloyd English Alice Meares English Mary Morgan English, Yearbook Martha Weeks English, Social Studies Jackye Gore Social Studies Dovie Jackson Social Studies Gary Battle Science Rebecca Daniels Science Lillian Graham Science Charles Bennerman Math Agnes Ann Moore Math Eva Riggins Math Ann Coleman Home Economics Mozelle George Home Economics 3 f" 1 ig gsQQ 3gf Eff 65 , A Wlmfiu, 'Xa ,us l C L X 'Rvws- Jollye Shaw Business Susan Williamson Business Gary Coleman Agriculture Vangus Nichols Bricklaying Charles Williamson Agriculture, Forestry Tommy Hooks Mechanics Robert Fuller Health P.E. Bill Sechrest Health P.E. Glatha Daniels Special Education Rosa Green Special Education Jessie Johnson Migrant Program Deedre Blanks Reading Helen Holden Competency Venus Rawls Reading Lawrence Mitchell Band Mark Bridgers In-School Suspension X 'L flu... "Q" use-wan ,Z fam' 'wt' 'WW nw Mr az' 'ff ff mv ,pw ,-,ri ft' m""' ,An ,QW Susan Homme 4, ty," ,,,,,,,. .,,A i .,, H ,.,,z2, ,. 5 L . +1 , , ",,,,,,, , A ' . inf f' .H ,.....f W., ...g V ,- 1 -fr4"'.,1"jTQ1. M - 'r'4f'?',, 4 1 V, , ":,.,,.,. E Jw: 2 , , Qi fi - 4' ' ff 'V ' I , , L, , -,,,,,,-J' ",, . My " q . . 573,-g-,,:f3ff, V I Librarian L P Q, Qqyvyn' Y, . xr I xx . X Glenn Caveness Drivers Education 1 x ww: X. af' 'W' up -so-' Custodians: Alfred Brown, Odessa Hampton, Marlowe Saulter. Mamie Davis Social Worker Jamie Hobbs Learning Disability Cafeteria Staff: Margaret Lewis, Mary Ann Graham Sarah Grice, Nettie Webb, Faye Little, Vivian Miller Betty Cooke. ': ,fs , el -- W af me -. ' . Wyman ff .,,, ' ,'i" avkvi 4' f KT1fyfi,5'igi 'M A'54,:h'i"7X 514227 if 'liffkiafdih 7 ' 7 3 gf, ,bL' V yfg STUDENT LIFE muc Q. mm, 9?iQ3kfm4rmw1e LM, V f, , 'Q er 'xf 'N ..i. yr - I-fl":"E,B,,,..,a,"l Z, ,xr .J 1, f e X' ., ww-..,,,,M Imaam Upper Lett: Dell Dawson displaying total concentration during P.E. Kelly Lennon and Carl Pevnick look on. Upper Right: Joanna Bryant, a "cover girl". Lower Lett: Norman Spearman and Jerome Nichols stroll down "mortar lane". Middle Right: Jamie Bordeaux pretended she didn't want to pose. Bottom Right: Marjorie Dawson and Ramo- na Shaw, pose prettily. FIRST ANNUAL MISS ACME-DELCO LITTLE MISS ACME-DELCO . 7 PAGEANT ' M l U ? LL? Q6 t Saturday Evening, May 16, 1981 Acme-Delco High School Auditorium 7:30 Deborah Bowens, Angela Long, Renee' Farmer, Joanna Bryant, Beverly Mills Prelude ,...... ....................,.. Welcome .......,.................,..., . , Introduction of Master of Ceremonies ..... .... Little Miss In Casual Wear Queen ln Casual Wear Lihle Miss Talent Competition Queen Little Miss Evening Gown Competition Queen Evening Gown Competition PROGRAMME EN1"EiiTA'l'NM'Ei4iT ""' ENTERTAINMENT INTERMISSION ENTERTAINMENT Decision of the Judges was Beverly Mills, Miss Acme - Delco, and Eugenia Mills, Little Miss Acme - Delco. J.: gl S ,file ...,--sw-it """"'-'wmv-pi M ' 1' , waxy Q ....,..Cindy Marks Charles Holden ......Mr. Holden i 33,1 6 L hh- - A . , " 44' ,.s,,.,, Wt- AL . Y I W Twp, .,,w E ,f Q' may 'fs 4...--. ,,.,, , x 3 1 is f .4 i ,Q V- ? - gy 4 J, J, ' we 4 ff I g I -rwig 83 STUDENT LIFE GOES ON P ww., , ag? gigs' '.,,,,,.W-zur - A 53- :wsu K' 5, JM, 5 f A 1, M-f-Q f s 55 v ' W' V' J.- gw J X 1 ,zu b Q J X' if ' , 84 W s. 4, 5 :Xi 'Ji W ' Opposite: Upper leftg Two students enjoys contact with the soil. Upper right: Student at work. What are the rest doing? Center Ieftg Susan Dew and Donna Brown with nothing to do but pose for pictures. Center rightg A poster. Bottomg "The best student life picture l've ever seen." - Mrs, Morgan. A section of the crowd at the Trojan Olympics. This page: Upper lefty Students woit in line to break the camera. Center Ieftg Over board: Kevin Phelps, Joey Lennon, Robert Long, John Cook. Upper rightg Two hard workers? Renee Young and Tonya Lloyd. Aboveg A break on the bricks. 85 'TROIANS is FASTA? Homecoming Activities of Top: Morjorie Dowson, Michelle Kennedy Bottom left: Mrs. Lloyd's door poster illustroted the theme. Bottom right: Dione Bowen Oppo- site poge, Top left: Teri Quinn, Michelle Kennedy, Dione Bowen Top right: Joonno Bryont Bottom: Dell Dowson, Mojorie Dawson, Michel- le Kennedy, Lamont Hemminger, Teri Quinn, Betty Cooke, Donna Butler 55 S A Q' , QQ sr 'F' ,QQ R ge XB' M S' . S , Q Q W if sk N -X , new Blix The Student Council is an organization used to promote better student interest. As a result the Council sponsored Homecoming, which is considered the main event ot the year. The theme was "Trojans in Fantasy Land Committees set up daily and weekly activities, which consisted ot the Jelly Bean Count, Guess Game Score Spirit Chain, Kiddie Day, Spirit Day, and l-lush Day for boys and for girls, The Trojan Olympics was held at the end ofthe Homecoming Spirit Week, which involved all clubs competing for the Trojan Olympic trophy. 'rr- ,f ' jijji i f 6 ' ' if is if 5 ... C 1. limlllllllllll HQMECQMING QUEEN AND HER COURT film LaWanda Freeman - Queen LaWanda Freeman and Frances Mills - First Runner-Up he iz? Donna utler, Lisa Macon, Sherri Tripp, Shalander Gr 1 iinnire or il Evelyn Munn, LaWanda Freeman, Angel Carroll, Frances Mills LaWanda with Escort Greg Brown K .... Evelyn Munn Wendy Rockwell aham, LaWanda Freeman, Shawah B Francis, Rockwell, Kim Smith, VonShelia Brown, LaShae Graham Angel Carroll 'T B as if Shawan Francis :5,+Qg:1gigs,3,, g V, fpewpnef--Q-M-Qeifee kiss we, E - 33 2' H Y if 'sei-f f m ' K: fr 5 2 3?"f'i " 'ff' iiffif-' e X S 1 ' E' 5 V, 5 fi r 'Q a , A as S P T ,Qi -S A 5 K,-ge ff-If-f.,, ,Q P Q J. A . L L' ,f , s f:-ff-if-ze f -2 ii, eve- 'fer ' - A if ' ,L'?eEfgQ15Qsg,,f? ' ef f - 3-5511555 , , In-ig i g - 1 9: '1 Lisa Macon Kam Smith i f C Q ' 'iii ' 5 e T ' 5+ S' ri 'N The Crawnirsg Moment Shalander Graham Sherrn Tripp l.aShae Graham Donna Butler Vor1SheIna Brown - 1 fs 3 EXPRESSIONS OF THE PAST 9-2, ,Z 1, 90 EXPRESSIONS OF THE PRESENT TROJAN OLYMPICS Below: Denise tells Bernard how to score the game. Upper Right: Why dor1't you use it, Miss Meares? Students are always posing for the camera. Michael shows how to pass a plate 1 1 7... -4 , L 'O 'Y 1 - ,.. - 4 l98l GRADUATING CLASS Those graduating were: James Derit Andrews, Sharon Alison Austin, Cynthia Beatty, Houston Ronald Benson, Rhonda Faye Blanks, John Thomas Bordeaux, Shawn Durant Bordeaux, James Lenwood Bowen, Jr., Pamela Denise Bowen, Deborah Ann Bowens, Dollie Lee Brinson, Denise Elizabeth Brown, Janice Renee Brown, Karen DeNell Brown, Michael Jerome Brown, Penny Ann Brown, James Wiley Bullock, ll, John Emerson Butcher, Jr., Eddie Ray Caines, Bonita Diane Dale, Alphonso Daniels, Monica Lovelee Delaine, Cynthia Dorene Dew, Deborah Jane Freeman, Dwayne Bernard Freeman, Billy Eugene Godfrey, Jr., Donna Faye Godwin, Bridgette Annette Graham, Juliette Graham, Warren Curtis Graham, Jimmy Lee Greene, Nathrone Willis Hall, Jr., Gwendolyn Cheree Hill, Elizabeth Ann Hines, Brenda Lee Jackson, Joyce Anita Jacobs, Joseph Johnson, Larrell Kevin Johnson, Vicky Jo Jones, Lisa Jean Knight, Michael Bradford Little, Angela Faye Long, Cheryl Diane Malpass, Cynthia Lynn Marks, Millicent Ann Martin, Flora Ann Melvin, Beverly Ann Mills, Stephen Gayle Mills, Jerry Leee Mitchell, Wayne Allen Mitchell, Veda Michele Moore, George Anthony Moultrie, Clyde Demitrius Munn, William Dosie Patrick, Francine Veronica Pollard, Lynell Pyatt, Cheryl Ruth Rawls, Nicholas Antonio Reid, Derek Vance Robbins, Larry Ray Rogers, Phyllis Glendora Shaw, Carol Marie Simmons, Kenneth Wayne Simmons, Juanita Simpson, Jeffrey Alan Smith, Melissa Lou Smith, Sharon Lorene Smith, Richard Bryan Squires, Steven Martin Thurman, Paul Jason Todd, Darryl Coleman Truesdell, Joy Lynn Watson, Roger Daniel Williams, Michelle Rene Wilson, Cynthia Coranne Wooten, Van Andrae Wynn, Miami Michelle Young, Talise Evon Young, and Earlene Darnetta Zinnerman. Awards given to the seniors were: agriculture, Donna Godwin, English, Carol Simmons, French, Cynthia Marks, social studies, Cheryl Rawls, business, Alison Austin, trades, Michael Brown, Senior Beta, Cynthia Marks, National Honor, Carol Simmons, Quill and Scroll, Sharon Smith, FHA, Michelle Young, Human Relations, Michele Moore, and Cheryl Rawls won the Woodmen of the World Award. - J 93 Welcome to Acme-Delco! The High School added four new teachers to its staff and one new program to its curricular for the 1981-82 school year. The new teachers were Gary Randell Battle, Randell Darrell Cole- man, Lawrence Carr Mitchell, and Ms. Jessie Lee Johnson, who was the instructor of the new migrant education program. Mr. Battle, a former resident of Grifton, North Carolina, graduated from Fayetteville State University with a major in health and physical science. Battle was assistant coach for the varsity and junior varsity football teams. He also coached varsi- ty basketball later in the year. . Mr. Coleman graduated from West Columbus High School and completed his freshman and sophomore years at South- eastern Community College. He then transferred to North Carolina State where he graduated with a major in agriculture. He taught classes in agriculture and forestry. Ms. Johnson, a graduate of Hallsboro High School, also completed the college transfer program at Southeastern. She majored in elementary education at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Ms. Johnson, a first year teacher, worked in the Supplementary Skills Program with students who had migrated into the Acme-Delco area over the last six years. Mr. Mitchell, a graduate of Richmond County High School, continued his studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he graduated in l979 with a Bachelor of Music Education degree. He was the band director of both the High School and the Elementary bands. ,,,....... Y q. x M jk . , Mg A ' -fx X Below: Jessie Lee Johnson, Lawrence Carr Mitchell, Randell Darrell Coleman. Below left: Gary Randell Battle. l S 4f 7 K V A , ,Q M Sw A h 'S f S , S S 1 S , 5 , '1i-1 h V V V ,V We f CSSJQ-Q20 S Sabi HCMJQ. EM wif ' 1 ef- f ' ' xi, f-W1 ,ml 7 f5'7",Em' ffala f L H f2'?WW f ,g,51jgi52ffaz f,:vv ' f f K, , .,,,V, , , S CLASSES SENIORS LaWanda Freeman, Sec., Bernard Grant, Pres., Beverly Daniels, V. Pres, Tammy Dixon, Treas, Knot picturedl ' Here We Are. .. JUDY APPLEWH MARVIN BEATTY SHELLY BORDEA uv Q 3 ze , 'H . Ll XQW ffl 14' ,M WWQ .,-si. R Q5 X i 1! Q, Q. fr ffm, I ii "Our Family Portrait" Bug with the profile arf we We l 98 Inu Judy Applewhite FHA - 3, 4,5 FFA- 45 Literary Club-45 Speaker's Committee- 45 Harvest Festival Committee - 3 Marvin Beatty Football - l, 2, 3, 4,5 Basketball - l Shelly Bordeaux Band - 35 Softball- 35 FFA - 45 Forestry - 4 Alan Bostic FFA - 2, 3, 45 FFA Tool Identification - 25 FFA Forestry Contest- 3, 45 FFA Dairy Judging - 45 Soil Judging -45 Horticulture Contest - 45 FFA Chaplain -4 Diane Bowen Who's Who Among American High School Students - 3, 45 Sr. Beta Club - 2, 3, 45 Math Club - 3, 45 French Club - l, 2, 3, 45 Literary Club - 3, 45 Student Council - 45 Varsity Cheerleaders - 2, 3, Co-Captain, 4, Captain5 FHA - 45 FBLA - 45 Parliamentarian5 Jr. Beta Club - l5 Jr. Marshal - 35 Journalism Staff Reporter - 35 Office Assist. - 35 Science Club - l , 25 J.V. Cheerleader Captain - I5 Tutor - 45 Cheerleading tryout judge - 45 Homecoming Commit- tee - 45 Sweetheart Ball Committee - 35 lnner Club Council- 45 J.V. Basketball Scorekeeper - 45 ROCAME - 3, 4 Evette Bowens FHA - l, 2, 3, 45 Harvest Festival Committee - 35 FBLA - 4 Richard Bowens Eric Brewer Baseball- l, 2, 3, 45 Football- l, 2, 3, 4, Captain5 FFA - 2, 3, 45 VICA - 3, 4, Gregory Brown , J.V. Football - l5 Varsity Football - 35 FFA - 35 FHA - 45 Homecoming Escort - 4 Linda Brown J.V. Basketball - 25 FHA - 2, 3, 45 Pep Club - 2, 35 Varsity Basketball - 3, 45 Fund Raising Committee -4 Roy Nathan Brown FHA- l, 2, 3, 45 FFA-2, 3, 4 Veronica Brown Pep Club - l, 2, Roll Caller, 3, President5 Student Council - 3, 45 Human Relations - 3, Secretary 4, Inner Club Council - 3, 4, Drama - l, 3, 4, French Club-2, 3, 4, FBLA- l, 3, 4, FHA- l , 2, 3, 4, Math Club - 3, 4, Science Club - l, 2, 3, 4, Literary Club - l, 3, 4, Tutor- 4, Library Assistant- 3, Cheerleader- 3, Manager, 4, Softball- 2, 3, Manager, 4, J.V. Basketball- 2, Project Uplift - 3, Who's Who - 3, 4 Deedre Bryant Volleyball- l, 2, 3, 4, J.V. Basketball- 2, Captain, English Award ..lF Rhonda Angel Carroll FFA - l, Star Green Hand, 2, Secretary, Parliamentary Procedure, 3, Chaplin, 4, Dairy Judging, Volleyball - 3, 4, Honorable mention, Library Assistant - 2, 3, Sub. Bus Driver - 4, Homecoming - 4, Trojan Olympics - 3, 4 Susan Carroll Jr. Beta- l , Softball - l , Class Officer- l , Student Council- l , 2, Volleyball- 2, French Club - 2, 3, Math Club - 3, Human Rela- tions - 3, Quill and Scroll - 3, 4, Literary Club - 4, FHA - 4 Jeff Congleton FFA - 3, J.V. Football - l, 2, Varsity Football- 3, Student Council - l Roger Connor Science Club- l, FFA- l, 2, 3, 4, Soccer- l, 2, 3, VICA- 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football - 4 Kyle Crawford J.V. Football- l, 2, Varsity Football- 3, 4, Baseball - l, 2, 4, Math Club - 4, Literary Club - 4, FFA - 2, Creed Contest Winner, 3, 4, President, Federation Officer - 4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 3, 4, Inner Club Council - 3, 4, Student Council Representative - 4, Yearbook - 3, 4, Band - l, Who's Who - 3, 4 Robert Creech Laura Croom Volleyball- 2, 3, Journalism - 2, Photographer, 3, Business Man- ager, Quill and Scroll- 3, 4, Literary Club - 3, 4, Student Council- 3, 4, FBLA- 4, Who's Who Among American High School Students - 3, Perfect Attendance Award - l, 2, Allied Chemical Art Award X l,3tudIent Council Outstanding Award - 3, Guidance Council war - Robbie Dole Soccer - l, 3, Literary Club - 4, Math Club - 4 Wanda Stocks Dale Tutor - 4, Forestry - 4, , ,, ,Q K W,-W au""""" Robert Long using his "authority" l Now smile big, Y'alll 99 i 2 5 uf X m 1 wi- L 4 13: 3' 1 E :gif 3 'f M232 -Ula nf 1 fm, ' ' X '3-s1.?f 21-A H A V Qi 2 lr wi ' MF 501' fy Af' my F 1 ef A Q A s,, - ,,,,,,, H, L W R , if in H r fu X eww' Hn! 0 L .lyxlxl H-6 v h. nv A Wu kk .., ,ww H U Q11 Qflw ,- ,,.g n,,:'5iF f X f.wf,v-., 'H ww Q f, . , 5-.,Mw 'M NF- w'- x :L 'W rw-rw lm.- au AA Bnmluulrx. ,L-lim .Alf E W ..,.-,,,q ,- ws- 'L il is ,, gg! gg F 43 F n "FE" ,-Mag if? ,.m,--f Smiles must be contagious on picture day, just look at Teri and Susan! Anthony and Clyde wonder which 'egghead' is bigger? . f 17,355 , ' lO2 Beverly Denise Daniels FHA - l , 2, 3, 4, Historian, Junior Beta - l, Human Relations - l, 2, 3, Science Certificate - l , Home Ec. I Recognition of Outstanding Accomplishments and Performances - l, FBLA - 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, Senior Beta 2, 3, Secretary, 3, Treasurer, 4, French Club - 2, 3, Math Club - 3, 4, Pep Club - 3, Science Club - 4, Student Council - 4, Bus Driver - 4, Vice President of Senior Class - 4, Teacher's assistant certificate - 3, Typing assistant certificate -3 Elizabeth Juanita Delamater FHA - 3, FBLA - 3, Library Assistant- 3, Typing Assistant - 3, James Dixon Human Relations- l, 2, FFA- l, 2, 3, 4, VlCA- l, 2, 3, 4, FHA- 3, 4, Basketball - 3, 4, Homecoming Escort - 3, 4, Tammy Dixon Science Club- l , Human Relations - l , 2, 3, 4, Student Council- l, Reporter, 2, Homeroom Representative, FHA- l, 2, 3, 4, Physic- al Science Certificate - l , Journalism - 3, Quill and Scroll- 3, 4, Jr. Class Officer- 3, Secretary, Literary Club - 3, 4, Sr. Class Officer- 4, Treasurer, Homecoming Queen's Court - 4, French Club - 4, FBLA - 4 Kathy Evans Science Club - l, 2, Pep Club - l, Sweetheart Princess - l, Band - 2, 3, 4, French Club - 2, FBLA - 3, 4, FHA - 3, FFA - 4, Literary Club - 3, 4, Typing Assistant - 3 Kevin Faison J.V, Basketball- l,Varsity Basketball- 3, 4, Varsity Football- 3, 4, Varsity Baseball- 3, EWC, MVP, 4, Who's Who Among Amer- ican High School Students - 3 Benjy Floyd Gregory Freeman Larry Freeman LaWanda Freeman FHA - l, 2, 3, 4, FBLA - 2, 3, Reporter, Literary Club - 3, 4, Pep Club - 2, 3, Student Council - l, 2, Varsity Cheerleader - 4, Ecology- l , Human Relations- l , Sr. Class Officer-4, Secretary, Sweetheart Queen Contestant - 3, Homecoming Princess Contes- tant- l , Homecoming Queen - 4, Jr. Class Prom Committee - 3, Harvest Festival Committee - 3, Typing Assistant - 3 Keith Garrell FFA - l, 2, 3, 4, VICA- l, 2, Ag Tutor-3, 4 Gerald Graham Football- 2, 3, 4, Basketball - l , 2, 3, 4, Baseball -3, 4, FFA- 3, 4, VICA - 3, 4, FHA - 2, Homecoming Escort - 3 Jeffrey Graham Bernard Grant FBLA - l, 2, 3, 4, FHA - l , 2, 3, 4, Student Council- 3, 4, Varsity Basketball - 3, Tutor - 4, Literary Club - 3, 4, Trojan Olympic Committee - 4, Consitution Committee - 4, Sr. Class President - 4, Bulletin Board Committee - 3 Ora Greene Sweetheart Ball Contestant - 2, FHA - 3, 4, Secretary, Literary Club - 4, FBLA - 3, 4, FHA Creed Contestant- 3 Georgia Harrleson Lisa Hilbourn Student Council - l, Human Relations - l, 2, Harvest Festival Committee - 3, Quill and Scroll- 3, 4, Prom Decorating Committee - 3, Foreign Language Fair - 2, 3, Sweetheart Contestant - 3, Talent Show Participant - l, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook - 3, 4, NCSPA Seminar Chapel Hill - 3, Varsity Cheerleader - 3, Volleyball - 2, French Club Trip to New Orleans - 3, Chorus - l , 2, FFA -- 3, 4, Bus Driver - 4, Guidance Assistant - 3, Qtfice Assistant - 3, Drama - 4, Serving Committee for Prom - 3 Joseph Howard Marie Howard Science Club - l , FBLA - 3, 4, J.V. Basketball- 2, Literary Club- 3, 4, Tutor - 4, Math Club - 4, Drama Club - 4 Ronald Joseph Hunt Jr. Beta Club- l ,Vice President of Freshman Class - l , President of Junior Class - 3, Acme - Delco Concert Band - l, County Wide Talent Show - l, 2, "Trojan Tribune" - 3, Photographer, Home- coming Escort - l, 3, Who's Who Among American High School Students - 3, Bus Driver - 4, Football - l, Soccer - l, 2, 3, Honorable Mention, Basketball- l, 2, 4, FFA - 4, Baseball- l, 2, 3 4' Prom Committee - 3, French Club - 2, 3, Marshall - 3, Science Club - 2, Journalism - 3, Pep Club - 2, Quill and Scroll- 3, Math Club - 3, Human Relations - 3, lnner Club Council - 3. Valerie Jacobs Sophomore Class Secretary - 2, Human Relations- 2, 3, FHA - 3 4, Journalism - 2, Literary Club - 3, 4, Student Council - 3 Lynn Justice Q 5 Coolie caught with his eyes open. Randy, Joey and Eric shelling out the doe A l i ' ' X 'Ny Inv , a 1 4 I I Wagga! E +A Q X A, -f ., -1 5 A i., 1 . xr Q 7,431 1 , an Zap 10,18 1 . if M " f n ew Mlm ab 0 Z' N Y? 'lflisbs v my ' nm 11 7 -, O J V Jxlsflqjaw T ,L 1 Y- -4 X. v fy 9 0 05 1 ' 9, 'MNH . -','s.s'0.t' 'lr II in N iff' aw x' - E Q' f YE? ry, 1- E'A MN. 'fl 'X X. 13 if 0 4.1. 'Gm fx , A Y 2 Xwmfv It " I " X u Lung lv? r ww, if ff 111 I 3 'xx K ' If 1 U-V 1 fm .mga -Q Ui? 1 'GSW M, M . Aw fx f' W 9- hl , -av W v 'Nl' 7 0 ' lb 1 :L in s"k if Q X wx 'W?F"?:'s! W vii ff 'ii , at Roger shows Mr. Coleman how its done. Lisa and Kyle display what they accomplished this year. Gary Keaton Basketball- 2, 3, FFA - 2, 3 Donny Kirby Soccer- 3, FFA - 2, 3, 4, Band - l, Literary Club - 3, 4, Science Club- l,2,3 Clyde Locewell Football -2, 3, 4, Basketball-2, FHA- l, 2, VICA-3, FFA- l, Baseball 4, Sweetheart Ball Escort - 3 Delisho Locewell FHA - l, 2, 3, 4, FBLA - l, 2, Literary Club - 3, 4, Human Relations - 3, J,V. Basketball - 2 Lindo Lovin FFA - l, 4, FHA - 4, Typing Assistant - 3, Dairy Judging - 4 Joey Lennon FFA- l, 2, 3, 4, VICA- l, 2 Derek Lloyd FHA- l, 2, 3, FFA-l l, 2, 3, FFA- l, 2, 3, Homecoming Escort - 3, VICA - 2, 3 Robert Long Soccer - l, 2, 3, Varsity Baseball- 3, Sweetheart Ball Escort - 3, FFA - l, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Escort - l Janet Lyons Roberto Molposs FFA - 4, Sweetheart, FHA - 3, Literary Club - 4, Chorus - l Wendy Morr Volleyball - l, 2, All Conference, 3, All Conference, 4, All Confer- ence, Captain, Basketball - l, 2, Softball - l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball Statistician - 3, Sweetheart Contestant- 2, Sweetheart Queen, 3, Marshall- 3, 4, Who's Who - 3, 4, Jr. Beta - l , Sr. Beta - 3, Vice President, 4, Student Council - l, Human Relations - 2, 3, Presi- dent, 4, Science Club - l, 2, Math Club- 3, French Club- l, 2, 3, 4, Foreign Language Fair- 3, Drama Club - 4, Library Assistant - l, 2, 3, U.S. and N.C. Heritage Award - l, Geography Award - 2, Ski Club - 2, FHA - 3, FBLA - 4, Literary Club - 4, Vice President, Quill and Scroll- 3, Secretary, 4, Band - l, 2, Pep Club - l, 2, All County Band - l, 2, Inner Club Council- 3, 4, Yearbook - 3, 4, Co-Editor, Tutor - 3, 4, Trojan Olympics - 3, 4, Speaker's Committee - 4, Prom Committee - 3 Roderick Maynor Football- l, 3, FFA - l, 2, 4, FHA - 3, Basketball- 2 Angela McKeithan Softball - l, 2, Class Officer - l, Treasurer, Band - l, 2, 3, 4, Science Club- l, Soccer Statistician - l, 2, French Club - 2, 3, 4, Sr. Beta Club- 2, 3, 4, Math Club - 3, Treasurer, 4, Class Officer- 3, Treasurer, Marshall - 3, Kim Meggs FFA - l, Human Relations - l, 2, 3, 4, FBLA - 2, 3, Library Assistant - 2, FFA - 4 Gregory Melvin FFA- l, VICA- l Frances Mills Jr. Beta Club- l, Vice President, Science Club- l, 2, 3, Reporter, 4, Student Council- l, 2, 3, Treasurer: Pep Club - l, French Club - l, 2, 3, Vice President, 4, Soccer Statistician - l, 2, 3, Band - l, 2, Secretary, Sr. Beta Club - 2, 3, 4, Vice President, Biology Award - 2, Literary Club - 2, 3, President , 4, President, Class Officer - 2, Treasurer: Nominee for School of Science and Mathematics - 2, Basketball Statistician - 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society - 3, 4, Nominee for Governor's School- 3, Math Club - 3, Vice President, 4, Bus Driver - 3, 4, Journalism - 3, Elementary Editor, Marshal- 3, Baseball Statistician - 3, Inner Club Council - 3, 4, Sweetheart Contestaht - First Runner-up - 3, Publications - 4, Homecoming Queen Contestant - First Runner-up - 4. Eric Mitchell Student Council - l, 2, ,3, Vice President, 4, President, Literary Club - l, 2, 3, 4, Jr, Beta Club- l,J.V. Football- l, 2, J.V. Basketball - l, 2, J.V. Baseball- l, French Club - l, 2, 3, 4, English Level ll Award - l, 3, Perfect Attendance - l, 2, 3, 4, Columbus County Quiz Bowl - 2, 3, 4, Class Officer - 2, President 3, Vice President, Inner Club Council- 2, 3, President, 4, Foreign Language Fair - l, 4, Sr. Beta Club - 2, 3, Reporter, 4, Science Club - 2, 3, 4, Nominee for N.C. School of Science and Mathematics- 2, NCSPA Workshop - 3, Sr. Beta Club Convention - 2, 4, National Honor Society - 3, 4, S.S.P. Tutor- 3, 4, FBLA - 3, 4, Quill and Scroll- 3, 4, Who's Who Among American High School Students- 3, 4, Bus Driver- 3, 4, Co-chief Marshal - 3, Varsity Football - 3, All Conference, Honorable mention, All 2A Region, 4, Varsity Basketball- 3, Hon- orable mention, All County Honorable Mention, All Conference, 4, Nominated for Governor's School- 3, Youth Leadership Council at U.N.C. Chapel Hill- 3, Chemistry I Award - 3, Science Department Award - 3, Journalism - 3, Sports Editor, Math Club - 3, 4, ROCOME - 3, 4, Nominee for Morehead Scholarship - 4, Year- book - 4, Co-Editor, Sr. Class Speaker's Committee - 4 Anthony Mott J.V. Football- l, 2, Varsity Football- 3, 4, FFA- l, 2, 3, 4, FHA - l, 2, 3, 4, VICA - 2, 3, 4, Science Club- 3, 4, FBLA-4, Drama - 4. Evelyn Munn FBLA- l, 2, 3, 4, FHA- l, 2, 3, 4, FFA- l , Literary Club-2, 3, 4, French Club - 3, 4, Homecoming Queen Contestant - 4 Susan and Judy studying? Wendy checks to see "how little" Karen has on her shoulders. ff L, ts: K, . lO7 ,"-eiwzqg, , aww XX?-fvlx Vw.. x, -'-. ,+. WX 1 X K' Grp. N""L.sa! I , if N s SME?" QQ 15 KT wiv KEVIN PHELPS TERI QUINN, PAULA ROBBINS --1 541' 1' pf. 1' AL 9' 1 "4 4,44 pb .41 Jtluvlfr 1'-44 f1,.,3"v.. f I I wr. J .5 if Q--r 2513 1 X15-.L GERALD SMITH AREISI SMITH MARQIA SMITH MICHAEL SMITH STEPHQISIE SMITH RANDY SYKES 3 0 gf - IXHN- If AT ,I , 1 l ...nc What a large head you have! What are you doing Jett? J if Ken Myers Jr. Beta Club- l, Treasurer, Band - l , All County Symphonic Band -2, .l.V. Football- l, Co-Captain,J.V. Basketball- l, 2, Algebra I Award- l, Advanced Physical Science Award- l , Physical Educa- tion Award - l, Sr. Beta Club - 2, 3, Sergeant-at-Arms, 4, Pres- ident, French Club - 2, 3, President, French Club 2, 3, President, 4, Geometry Award - 2, Nominee for N.C. School of Science and Mathematics - 2, Varsity Baseball - 2, All Conference, 3, Co- Captain, 4, Columbus County Quiz Bowl Team - 2, 3, French Club Award - 3, National Honor Society - 3, 4, Literary Club - 3, 4, Math Club - 3, 4, Bus Driver - 3, Safe Bus Driving Award, 4, Nominee for Governor's School- 3, Marshal- 3, Co-Chief, Varsity Football- 3, 4, Varsity Basketball- 3, Co-Captain, Most Valuable Player, All County Honorable Mention, All Conference, 4, Inner Club Council- 3, 4. Roy Patrick Kevin Phelps FFA- l, 2, 3, 4, FHA- l, 2, 3, VICA-3, Baseball- 3, Manager. Teri Quinn Jr. Beta Club - l, President, Jr. Beta Outstanding Service Award l, Sr. Beta Club - 2, 3, 4, Secretary, English Award - 2, Comparative Civilizations Award - 2, Journalism Award - 3, Nominated for the School ot Science and Mathematics, Who's Who Among American High School Students - 3, Marshal - 3, Journalism - 3, News Editor, Publications - 4, Layout Editor, Student Council- l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council State Convention - l, Outstanding Service to the Student Council - l, 2, Inner Club Council - 3, Secretary, 4, Secretary, Literary Club - 3, 4, Science Club - 3, 4, FBLA - 3, 4, Reporter, Ski Club - l, 2, Quill and Scroll- 3, 4, Math Club - 3, Volleyball - 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball Statistician - 3, 4, Foreign Language Fair - 2, 3, 4, Sweetheart Queen Contestant - 3, Trojan Olympics - 2, 3, 4, Harvest Festival Committee- 3, Prom Decorat- ing Committee - 3. Paula Robbins Human Relations - l, Science Club - 2, FFA - 4. Gerald Smith FFA - 2, 3, 4, VICA - 3, Soccer - l, 2, 3. Karen Smith Marcia Smith FFA - 3, 4, FBLA - l, 2. Michael Smith Stephone Smith VlCA - 3, 4, FFA - 3. Randy Sykes Science Club- l, FFA - l, 2, 3, 4, Band - l, 2, 3, Dairy Judging- 3, Forestry - 4. David Troy Science Club - l, FFA - l, 2, Football- l, 2, 3, 4 Michael Waddell FFA - l, 2, 3, J.V, Football - 2, Varsity Basketball- 3, FHA - 3, VICA - 4 Andre Webb Human Relations - 2, VICA - 2, 3, 4, FFA - l, 2, FHA - l, 2 Barbara Webb FHA- l, 2, 3, FFA-4 Mary Webb FHA- l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club- l, 2, Softball- 2, 3, FFA-4, FBLA- 4, Volleyball - 4, Manager. Wilhemina Webb FHA - l, 2, 3, 4 Barbara Williams Human Relations - l, 2, 3, 4, FHA- l, 2, 3, 4, President, FBLA- l, 2, 3, 4, Softball- 2, Pep Club - 4, Inner Club Council. Clifton Williams FHA - 3, 4, FBLA - 4, VICA - 2 Regan Young FHA - l, 2, 3, 4, Recreational Leader, Pep Club - l, 2, 3, Vice President, 4, Literary Club - 3, 4, FBLA - 4 ,fi-N. L "Soon be ready for paper fellows "Say wl1at?l We if . 31- N he K. 3 .wp s A4-I ,S mf 'Sw Ii afifffffa Q I l -ny., NT. , xl, 1 'S 'L pf Felicia Alford Kay Allen Shelia Andrews Corinthian Beatty Liga Bgglg Marty Benton Jamie Bordeaux Debbie Bowen Rhonda Bowen William Bowen Donna Brown Marvin Brown Joanna Bryant Melinda Carroll John Cooke John Creech Gloria Daniels Susan M. Dew Zanetfa Dixon Kim Dubar Joanie Edwards Derrick Fields Kristin Freeman Debbie Garrel Michael Garrell Jenny Godfrey James Graham Mary Graham Patricia Greene Steve Greene Willie Greene Renee Hardison Anne Harrelson Clyde Hill 316 sl' . Q :Nm 'Eg . - is e u .. . 1. I N-1, . - W' fi, if ,N 5 ,ff ' '-iw .f',Qf.f foil Xu af lli ffl' Lama NX , X f - 4' - -. ' dl E! if dlnixlxl ' r ll ,ss-J . . . i at 3 " sw 5 . g g -.: ' X iii - f ' X il if 5223? 1 ,A t. Jen-ai Hill Pam Hudson lris Jackson Wanda Jacobs Kelton King Teddy Linnartz Billy Little Pam Livingston Tonya Lloyd Kenneth Malpass Yvette McCollum Melissa Medlin Gail Mills James Moore Kindell Moore Dana Morris Germania Munn Daryl Michols Wendy Parks W.C. Phelps George Powers Scort Ramsey Wendy Rich Robbie Robbins Rodney Robbinson Felicia Soulter Jeff Simmons Dana Skipper Allen Smith Kim Smith Keith Swain 'Shelia Tripp Susan Wallace Keith Walters Bonita Webb Lenior Webb i,iL Terri Webb Warriette Williams Renee Young s, 'R?"? P9 1981-1982 HARVEST FESTIVAL . ,fs -"' f 4 f' ,.f--'.- Qu. Each year the Junior Class sponsor's the annual Harvest Festival to help them in their uphill battle of sponsoring the Junior - Senior Prom. The juniors were well organized and worked together in making their Harvest Festival an entertaining and prosperous one. Other means for raising funds are class dues and a doughnut sale. When all the money making schemes are over and April rolls around, everyone looks forward to the prom as the night of nights and memories galore. 117 HARVEST QUEEN ' 981-82 Betty Jean Cooke, Queen HARVEST PRINCESS Misty Ridenhour Princess H8 The two events that highlight the Harvest Festival are the crowning of our royal court and our haunted house as illustrated by the above picture. .Mm ,Q ,,,,,H, 43 , X I x 1 02 W SM X fy KA 1047 f jf .4 I 'lim' SOPHOMORES + , rw 2 V XZ A 74" ., A ,mv n Roland Burney Donna Butler Eddie Collgm Pam Compton Paula Compton Betty Jean Cooke Antionette Cromartie Robert Cruse . Ricardo Dillard l Craig Davis Weena Edge Jackie Faircloth Shawan Francis Craig Freeman Della Freeman ' Fred Freeman Gary Freeman Stephanie Genwight Dolphanie Graham Sonya Graham James Grange Charles Grice Samuel Hampton Lamont Hemminger llle -V DQDE I 'xX ,- A V Q-Q 9-..... 3 ,,., m y fr ., .f ' ,gag gg Shelia High Angela Hill Roderick Hill Shannon Horne Lisa Hudson Shawn Hudson Jackie Jacobs John Johnson Denise Justice Karen Kg y ic elle -lH.lD.9 Wend L ce enni er LeNeave Ke'viFl"Ma pass Teresa Marlowe Tim Mills Jeffrey Mintz Tina Mote I Bras Nance Alton Nichols .liLLSL.lhl.Qb.l.6-S Andy Owens Naomi Patrick Donna Phelps Vivian Powers Richie Re n teven obbins X Corey Walters - Looking dumb! Craig Robinson . Bridgette Saulter Morris Schmidt Sam Shargg onnie S aw Romona Sha onna immons W W Evel n Sim ,sg W e ra mit www, if X www -J 'srirltg Addie Troy Ricky Waddell Corey Walters Daphanie Webb James Web Joyce Webb Perry White FRESI-IMEN Clockwise: Tammy Sorenson, V. Pres., Leslie Keaton, Treas., Sharlander Graham, Sec. Kimberly Lacewell, Pres. mi 'Mi Jeff Allen Moxie Bordeaux Sidney Bowen Kelvin Brown Sandy Brown lsacc Beatty Ricky Bordeaux Tina Bowens Lisa Brown John Byrd Stephanie Beatty Donna Carroll Glen Carroll Angie Benson I . , ,Q XX Il X1 i .. Pat Benton William Bordeaux Donnell Brooks Macon Brown I Mary Champion Andrae Blanks Devoria Bowen Andrae Brown Odell Brown Sonya Clayter ...f ,A W- ' .gg ,4 f' ff V.. . A g gi Taire Dubar Penny Connor Fairley Crisco , Kim Daniels Trevor Edwards f 'g ' Will , V-:A ' lf f X , 'Q Malita Daniels Kelvin Freeman Eddie de Bethizy Retonya Freeman Anthony Dowless Diane Gotlin - fr -' A' , Elk Stephanie Gore April Graham James Graham F4 5 7' ,, , ,, 1 ff ' I fa ' ,, - 'V - r n f i i i A , 1 K. Kevin Graham Phillip Graham Roderick Graham V N f.,,,y,, W,,,, 7,7 QW ..,, ,W ,,,, ,M H "W' A' " 'af' 'few-f f 'f ' - , -ix .H f ' r r . ' . ' v 1 ff can E, 1, fr i 5 A , ,. 3, ,f rf. 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L, I y 1 L .. 'eval' 'Era fc 'ff ,fs N ' Lrlx 12 Q .C 6 ' T . X... . X Xi xx, Nelson Applewhite lris Beatty Michelle Boney Harold Armond Thaddeus Best Raymond Bowens Claudette Beatty Richard Blond Shawn Bress EIGHTH GRADE SuAnne Reynolds class president g Angela Brown Gene Brown Paula Brown Randy Brown VonShelia Brown Gloria Cook Gr' '-nf 4? .L .1,l.L .,:, ., Q ,::., NR '- ifzgz ,. .,.Mf.Q.cQ:3H I Wear :zz-. im X as iii , liulwlbis E wi-H3 xr! F ,f:.::gx Q 0. I-,,' D f .: ? ,X .... , . .xii - ,Q asa x -.rf-' 'W if X R303 xx im XF E+ X, L wb X 1 is if ' S 5 N is , 55? uf., R NE x XRS? 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Angela Macon at her best Julia Love having a serious telephone talk 7th 84 8th GRADE STUDENIT LIFE S EVE NTI-I G RADE y L.1.1 Q K xxx i 3 X K X N as .Q A 3 i K ' g .-Q . , V . 5 A . lsr H Q in .env .Q i-1.1--1f:.m-.sggnif-i M . 1-e,11:1f.fr4ssfwif:QN, 1 fa Y BM- -1 i , 5322 it Z N 5' Xi 5 -Hit Q is izgif 4 x 'Y a Q 1 X til , tb -lg a 'lf Tabitha Bell Missy Bowen Amy Bradshaw Chris Bordeaux Pam Bowen Reginald Bress Michael Bowen lris Bowens Alex Brown L., Michael Larkins, pres. - fiat: N R 5, Q X -Qi: as . C X X 3 X 5 S5533 u A Q . is Q Q li QR f .- ff. X F E X 5 , . it . it X Qt! R S lx Q L.. 1 siisi fi it .ix i, A 9' A ' -i ff '2:-Q' ff Q UT ,B it ll V 'W w v llil or sse1i? A' 'e-lipid A X 5? 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Wendy Grice Chris Keaton Queen Hampton Sonya Kelly Alphonza Howard Barbara Kirksey Devonio Howard Mike Larkins Shawn Jacobs Ronald Lendon Randy Justice Scott Linnartz Shawn Lloyd Valerie Long Dwayne Malpass Heather Malpass Jamie Malpass John Marr James McNeil Chris Miller Melinda Mills Wanda Mintz Carl Moore Robert Moore Dale Mote Bobby Nichols Paige Odom Lisa Parker Andrea Pellom Kim Peterson '-4'-1 mi.- gan' 1.1 Travis Potter Woodie Rattler Christy Reaves Misty Ridehour Clayton Robinson Deanna Russ nj l34 ,g ll at at ii it Q , -Q-w as ifilf z fiiw S S : ... . A X Q S it S .9 it 1 L - 5 1 2 ,f K' L,,. i .. 35 , f :si .S . fb .5 T53 Marlowe Saulter Jeff Smith Lennon Shaw Tony Smith 'AUS Donna Sykes Q' x 3 RN . , Q 75+ Mike Taylor Felicia Webb Judi Williamson Donna Sykes Darlene Turner Houston William Harold Wilson new 42' rr., H 1 E, 1 i we '1 if A f 1? ly Q lg Y f I W ffff"wwe 1 . 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' 1 1 T imma Susan Wilson Sixth graders at work. Rebecca Knowles Jonathan Lane Glen Little Janine Lloyd Josette Lloyd Amy Malpass Billy Malpass Myra Malpass Romone Manning Rosalind McNeil Tammy Miller Gary Munn Nanetha Munn David Rich Chris Robbins Janine Shepard Andrea Smith Tracy Smith Victoria Smith Billy Sf. Clair Keith Stocks Del Sullivan Jodi Thomas Alfreda Walker Catrena Webb Dolly Webb Eric Webb Andrew Williams Rita Williams Travis Williams Mr- FIFTH GRADE Wendy Albertson Theodore Ballard Jason Bishop John Blake Shalera Bland Andrea Boney Barren Bowen Brenda Bowen Cherry Bowens Cheryl Bowen Mary Bowens Jennifer Bostic Angela Bradshow Tora Bress Howard Brill Melissa Brooks Devona Brown Heath Brown James Tyler Brown Jerred Brown LaGale Brown Anwar Bryant Devona Bryant Byron Clayter Lori Clayter The Fifth Grade takes a trip to the library. sie eeeee . ee Gi N. et ts 'Qs v Loenza Cooper Teresa Cooper Curtis Cruse Chester Davis Erica Diggs Ervin Dixon James Dubar Leander Dubar Donna Dudley Bobby Ellis Corey Fields Eric Fields Curtis Flynn Angela Freeman June Freeman Sonya Freeman Rachel Garwood Sherry Gatlin Cindy Gore James Graham Micheal Graham Shawnta Graham Maria Greene Sonya Hampton Amelia High Robin Hill Paul Holden Steven Howard Randall Jackson Shelton Jacobs Christy James Allwn Keaton Barry Kelly Nicole King Chandra Kirksey Andy Knowles Maria LaNeave Chuck Lewis Scott Lloyd Ronald Long Terry Long Erica Lyons David Malpass Gregory Malpass Jeanette Malpass 33. 9. 0' v c our S- Q XY W .er T Y' Si ' f , V A'ii xr? Nu-f TT' Matt Malpass Patricia Malpass Savrina Matherson Deann Milliken Eugenia Mills Wendy Mills Gene Mintz Bobby Murphy Coretta Pellom Brian Picarella Edward Pickett Marsha Phelps Gwendolyn Pollard Robert Pollard Britt Pridgen Jamey Quinn Julie Reaves Richard Ridenhour Vickie Robbins Dorene Robinson Kelly Rockwell Freddy Rose Tony Shaw Susan Skipper Antoinette Smith Karen Smith Terry Smith Yvette Smith Teri Squires Toni Squires Swain Tedder Tammy Troy Donald Turner Pamela Waddell Tiphane Waddell Nechell Webb Donna Jo Wickam Ronald Williamson Edwina Wilson Samantha Wilson FOURTH GRADE ,O,mA..en Cameron Baldwin Marie Barber Katrina Batten Geraline Beatty Veraline Beatty Eric Bell Chantella Bress Amy Brill Bettina Brooks Alicia Brown Cecil Brown Kendra Brown Lena Brown Tina Brown Eric Bowen Deshawn Bryant Marlon Bryant Tarnisha Bryant LaNeal Burney Wayne Burney Cynthia Cook Eric Cooke Brandon Dale Tonjenia Daniels Wendy Daniels Bryan Scott Davis Marion Dubar Shannon Edge Teresa Edge William Ferrell Danica Freeman Joseph Freeman Kendra Freeman Tonia Graham Vikke Graham Paula Green Kicha Hayes Tony Hill Alicia Holden Students line up. Charles Holden Smontho Horne Jeffery Howard Marcus Howard David Huddleston Paul Huddleston Aaron Hufman Howard Jacobs Charles James Jomele King Roxie Langford Michelle Larkins Susan Denise Lewis James Little Treg Madison Dale Malpass Jason Malpass Jeanette Malpass Jessica Malpass Marcus Manning Ron McPherson Christopher Meggs Haywood Miller Burris Scott Mills Stewart Mills Timothy Mills Robin Neal Lonnie Parker Terrance Patrick Jeff Pepernick Brian Phelps Spencer Pollard Chris Robertson Koren Robinson Cecil Simmons Marie Simmons James Simpson Elisha Smith Keith Smith Kenneth Smith Lutricia Smith Troy Snowder Johnathan Spearman Heather Thomas Karole Waddell Lonnette Waddell info Alexander Walker Ashley Wallace Jennifer Webb Lora Young Monique Young The camera catches two fourth graders at work THIRD GRADE T W its Three girls enjoy their lessons. Numan G 7-Si 95 , T , -.,. valve-A ' Eta 2 ' f B' , .1 , V fx I 4 2 ,,,,,, v fl- ,.,,, ,X f .qw 's. Andrews Karen Benson Lynn Bordeaux Todd Bordeaux Latanya Brooks Michael Brown Katrina Best Sarah Bordeaux Georgette Bozeman Codell Brown Nikki Brown Beatfy Corey Blanks Terrance Bordeaux Carletta Bress Cedric Brown Rachelle Brown ell 6 , ,Marc A 9' T, ? T , Y' Y Shannon Brown Sharon Brown Terry Brown Zack Brown l43 X i my W. fr 25 2 .- , , '-11. l Hilary Bryant James Bryant Brian Coleman Atlas Cooper Alan Costion Chandra Curtis Michelle Dale Starlin Daniels QW John Hart Willie Hines Kelvin Howard l44 Ryan Howard Roderick Jacobs Tammy Jacobs E s.. 'V' bi X, Yanriell Daniels Philip Fowler Walter Freeman Azalia Graham Andy Dowless Travis Fowler Angela Fuller Derrick Graham Melissa Dubar Dale Freeman Ann Gore Jeff Graham Tameika Dubar Micheal Freeman Tarnmie Gore Mary Graham Steven Graham Micheal Green Marcus Greene Michelle Hall N an 1 19' is nv- ,f... Regina James Delores King William Lewis Rodney Little Wendy Long Charles Justice Tanica Lacewell Kevin Little Tracie Little Anthony Davy Kelly Bryan Lennon Lisa Little Ronetta Long Melissa Malpass Q,-,J Malpass Angela Mintz Matt Nance Bradley Raynor Rhonda St. Clair Marr Scottie Mintz Reginald Patrick Pam Reaves Joyce Shaw Mcleod Mark Mitchell Frank Phelps Christopher Reeves Becky Simpson Miller Sonya Mott Cleveland Pollard Heather Rogers Amy Squires Allison Sullivan Toby Sykes Christy Tedder Malton Tripp iger Webb Mary Wickham Kevin Williams Marcie Williamson my Webb Tracey Wilkins Scott Williams rnon Webb Travis Wilkins Gina Williamson Wish l could swim all day! xii 1 -t 4 Shannon Walker Autumn Webb Christopher Webb Daphine Webb l45 Ji! if SECOND y GRADE Terry Andrews Roxann Babson Crystal Barnett Michelle Bass Eugene Batten Amber Beck Bryan Blanks Kendra Bordeaux James Bowen Michael Brooks Clayton Brown Jermaine Brown Laticha Brown Michelle Brown Monica Brown Roscoe Brown Tracie Brown Yolanda Brown Gwenetta Carr Angela Creech Jane Cruse Bobby Daniels Audrey Dew Christopher Diggs Angela Ellis 2 I "', if , wfil my VN: 4 Dennis Ellis Timothy Ellis Keith Everett Kimberly Evans Antwon Fogle Marie Fogle Derrick Freeman Eric Freeman Francina Freeman May Freeman Rhonda Freeman Trent Freeman Wantia Freeman Dena Futrell Alan Gell Roderick Godfrey Lisa Gore Alvin Graham LeMont Graham Mable Graham Rochanda Graham Theresa Graham Heidi Greene Nathaniel Greene Mary Harrelson Michael Hemminger Tracy Hester Shawn Hill Stephanie Holden Jamie Howard Alice Huffman Crystal Jacobs Sherry Kelly William Kelly Jason King Jessica Langford Amanda Lewis Jeremy Lewis Jerry Lloyd Jeremy Linnartz Jerome Linnartz Misty Little Brad Long Karen Lyons Christine Malpass in Daniel Williams Marefta Wilson LeSheola Young Shazone Young Sheila Malpass William Malpass Audrey Melvin Dennis Mills Sherri Mintz Michelle Mote Latonya Moultrie Shirley Nichols Heather Odom Teresa Pollard Sharon Powell Martin Pridgen Sharon Robinson Armwood Shaw Melanie Shaw Michael Shaw Jonathan Upchur Carlo Waddell Terry Waddell Harvey Washington Keisha Webb Shenoa Webb Tammy Webb Melissa Wickham Bryan Williams ch HRS GRADE First Graders take time out for a rest. it rrrr S , . 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Chris Avant Corey Beatty Andre'lo Bellamy Jamil Best Bobby Blanks Shana Rae Blanton Kimberly Bowen George Bozeman Torrie Bowen Garrett Bress Beth Brill Danille Brown LaTonya Brown Legarris Brown Pandora Brown Travis Brown Faith Burney Kiafia Bryant Chad Coleman Chris Coston Kendrich Daniels Chris Davis Shemeka Dixon Kerri Edge Beth Everette Nessie Fowler Chandar Freeman Jerry Freeman Keegan Freeman Marvette Fulton Lateef Genwright Melissa Gore Melinda Hall Jason Harris Wayne Hart Jodi Heath Helen Bryan Holden Jeffrey Hooper Mary Ruth Hufham Dale Jacobs Portia Jacobs Talise Jacobs Lara Keaton Rebecca King Brian Lewis Eddie Lewis Myron Lloyd Jennifer Lyons Walter Lyons Betsy Malpass Brian Malpass Sabrina Malpass Clifton McCrimmons Cecilia Mote Ricardo Munn Timothy Murphy Travis Neal Julie Parks Sonia Patrick Tammy Robertson Charlene Simmons Bennie Simpson David Simpson Kelle Snowden Amanda Squires Jennifer Sykes Lafayette Waddell Billie Webb Floyd Webb Byron Williamson i i J .-' J 'tl xl Lekesa Williams A'kiea Wilson Harold Young Paul Young Minnie Powell Librarian Agatha Brown Kindergarten Jackie Fuller Kindergarten Loretta Shaw Kindergarten Virginia Adams First Grade Eleanor Troy First Grade ADMINISTRATION Norris Ebron Shirley Young Principal Secretary TEACHERS X54 il Fi1"t Otelia McAdams Second Grade Emma Moore First and Second Grade Diane Ezzell Third Grade Hope K. 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PO BOX 151, Whitevi11e, N.C. 28472 Linda Sassefyscc 50Ph0m0V9 Phone 642-7141 SOUTHEASTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE "An Equal Employment Opportu ylAff t A ti n E pl y F E D E RAL woonuxmns Federal Paper Board Company would like to congratulate the Graduating Class of 1982! We wish everyone the very best of luck in all their endeavors. FEDERAL PAPER BOARD COMPANY, INC. Woodlands Department Bolton, N.C. 28423 Offices in Rockingham, Wallace, New Bern, Lumberton, Sanford and Shelby An Equal Opportunity Employer MXF Compliments of ef 721 South Modison Street Post Qfiice Box 918 Whiteville, N.C. 28472 Telephone F2191 642-6179 ,C . 11,29 tt . A X , , .--1 r C. M, C M . N L 437,51 , 4, 1 PAINTS PIERCE, WYCHE Sz CO. Your Friendly Variety Store Delco, North Carolina HEATI-I'S FAST POGD S Riegelwood, N. C. FOR FUND RAISINC1 CANDIES Write or cull OD. Calhoun 523 Hillcrest Circle Spruce Pine, N.C. 28777 Telephone 704f765-4044 "Serving this urea since 1950 with quality products and fast service." Lubricants L P G Light Sn Heavy Fuel Oils G l feikoiiii DEW OIL CO., INC. P.O. Box 100 Delco, N.C. 655-2295 T.E. DEW W. SANDY DEW 655-3289 655-3349 Mit v MAJOR GAS DIVISION OF DEW OIL co., INC. 16th 8. Dawson Streets Southwest Corner COLUMBUS DRUG STORE Phil Edwards, R. Ph. Phone 642-3009 Whiteville, N.C. "Prompt Dependable Prescription Service" KRAMER'S MEN AND LADIES SHOP Whiteville, N.C. "Clothing of Distinction" Good Luck To The Senior Class EAST ARCADIA I J-5' MANN PARTY LITE Locations: Downtown Whiteville, N.C. - - Southport, N-Cal and Highway 87 Rzegelwood Elizabethtown, N.C. Q, Hcmd Pointed OVIQIVIOIS Ceramics Handmade Gifts for I I A ' by All Occasions 'Oil I Linda Quinn LITTLE RED HOUSE GIFT SHOP -1 1 HHOITIG ofthe FFOQH if CUSTOM DESENS MARGARET THOMAS PO. BOX 4 Rt. 3 Box 222 Telephone RIEGELWOOD, Nc. 28456 l9I9J 655-4319 '-e'O"df N-C 2845l l9'9l 371-2"3 163 FOR FREEDOM. . . SINCE 1636 Ry, nfl J ' III' 1... fr Q ' v?Nk ,,11' F5 X :gk ' I' it izii ...fill Ml I' . I NX I A I ' ' W v f ,, " " 'L' E-f iii. 1. , if I I 'Tim I -.XX Q I f 5: ' fwy , I XL' 93,,,,., I I I X Qx 'l . .' a ' X I ,I I I THE NORTH CAROLINA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD LEARN HOW YOU CAN BE A MEMBER OF AMERICA'S m: FIRST MILITARY ORGANIZATION. NAT HELP CONTINUE A PROUD HERITAGE IN THE N.C. ARMY GUAAFID GUARD, CONTACT: Sgt. Ronald Lassiter, 1401 N. Kerr The Guard bdongs' Ave., Wilmington, N.C. 28401 CAPE PEAR SITE 12.1. DUPONT deNEIVIOURS CQMPANY, INCQRPQRATED 4 "You and DuPontg TPIEVEIS a lot of good chemistry between us. ADR fDfU1C7:gl ,LVgDUC1il,!2j!t27'fl171'fl0MC7'V7iI ffqafn Saw Ca. xjilfejeguoarf 5511155 Service Qf: Compliments of I Southern National. Alotmorebank for your money. Whiteville, N. C. TODD FURNITURE COMPANY "Quality For Less H 6!2 SOUTH MADISON STREET ' PHONE: 542-3 VVHITEVILLE. N. C. BLADEN SPORTSWEAR AUTIPCELPCSACETSI INC. Manufacturers of Fine Cl1ildren's Wear Bolton, N. C. 28423 Wholesale A ato Parts Rt. 1, Box 104 Delco, NC. 28436 Phone 655-4502 Marvin Carroll, Manager Qfclfedr on Off flaw . 87 gesirzrejlcmelllgacl Ca I M- , S' STJHJ. J .,.A.S Cgain Saws X., A YAZO0 A1- Qwn mowers Q Uaain 5aw,j11c. BFUGG5 8' STRA-'TON Acme-Delco-Riegelwood 3? Machine Shop Seejlflarg flygozf-5ur1L for 561125 5E1'1JlCC jynmlr- 655-2574 C I W Id F b om ete e in , o ricoti , xjflonzfjl Ngzfhj 'N "K.500,m. to 5550-fm. p ondMocl?1ining ng 166 if ff' 1921 QQ svecmuznmc IN ouaurv SPORTING supnuzs WHITEVILLE PLAZA SHOPPING CENYER VVHIYEVILLE, NC 28472 919-642-2886 LEGRANDE SMITH RICKY VALENTINE TH E TOWN PHARMACY LELAND SHOPPING BOPEEP'S CENTER 371-6443 BEAUTY SALON "We specialize in permanent HWE CARE' waving and hair cutting." By Appointment Phone: 655-3280 Open Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday CREEKIVIORES PHARMACY TWIN STATE Riegelwood, N.C. 'QIGHWAY 87 We Fill Any ugelwood, N.C. Doctor's Prescription phone: Owner. Phone 6552667 655-4630 Bobby Dole Night 655-3258 "Serving The Acme-Delco- Riegelwood-Area" Myro's Ployschool 5 BLADEN SPORTSWEAR f w W -MT INC. T-77 'Y Manufacturers of Fine l ' Children's Wear hrs. 7 Om.-5 p.m7 ii 452-3558 Balm N C serving children 2 yrs. to 28423 school cage. 167 Quality Motor Company JERRYS TEXAC0 AND E oY5oN's MoToRs Wishes to Congratulate the Class of 1981 "Ford Has A Better Idea." Jeffy Dyson, O Whiteville Highway 74-76 North Camlm Delco, N.C. 28436 ll kind of services for all kind of people. Member FDIC oo, NN Mr. and Mrs. McAdams enjoy a reception given in his honor. MR. "MAC" RETIRES EXCHANGE STUDENT Maria and Laura together as usual. Mr. John McAdams retired from Acme-Delco High School last year. He was involved in education from 1948 to 1981. Mr. "Mac" as he was known to students in his classes, was an asset to the teaching profession here at Delco. He was honored by a banquet given by the faculty members at the high school. He and his wife attended the banquet together. Mr. McAdams says he enjoyed his years of teaching and hopes that he was a help to humanity in education. Sorry for Ya! 'X Q. . AX. A y 1 i fi Q at .' m Q . A H, Maria Clara Mayr De Boise was our exchange student this year and a new friend to many of the students. She arrived at the home of Laura Croom on December 1 1 where she was welcomed by Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Croom and family. Fifteen years of age, Maria attended Grupo lntegrano Magdlens Kohn High School. She lived in Rio De Janeiro in Brasil. Maria's parents reside in Brasil where her father Roberto De Boise, worked as an economist, and a Business Administrator, and her mother, Heloise M. Mayr De Boise, taught Language and Student Orientation. Maria is the oldest of four sisters and one brother. She completed 5 years of English and 4 years of French. Her favorite past time in America is eating M 81 M's as well as playing volleyball, going to the beach, attending movies and plays. She states: "I like being X1 with nice people like everyone here." 169 Alford, Felicia A 113, 21 Alford, Kelly A 1 19 Grice, Wendy A 133 Allen, Jeff A 123 Allen, Allen, Allen, Karen Kay- 113, 16, 17,21 Mark A 119, 32, 33 Andrews, Shelia A 113, 36, 34, 37, 39 42 Applewhite, Judy A 96, 107 Applewhite, Nelson A 127 Armond, Harold A 127, 19, 55 Babson, Melinda A 1 19, 35, 39, 42 Beatty, Claudette A 127, 19 Beatty, Corinthian A 1 13 Beatty, Isaac A 123, 34 Beatty, Marvin A 96, 31 Beatty, Michelle Beatty, Stephanie A 123 I Beck, Lisa A 1 1 Bell, Tabitha A Benson, Angela 3, 22, 42, 49 131 A 123, 47, 34 Benton, Marty A 1 13, 14 Benton, Patrick A 123, 18, 56 Best, Thaddeus A 127, 59,19, 56 Bland, Ritchie A 127, 19, 56 Blanks, Andrae Boney, Michelle Bordeaux, Chris Bordeaux, Jamie A A123,18, 32 A127, 56 A 131, 40, 56 31, 35, 37, 39, 71 Bordeaux, Jodi- 119, 29, 46, 22, 31, 40 425 , 1 1 Bordeaux, Maxie A 123 Bordeaux, Richard A 123, 32 Bordeaux, Sheel Bordeaux, Willia y-96, 21, 32 mA123 Bostic, Alan A 97, 32 Bowen, Deborah A 81,113,29,23,3o, 83, 113, 14, 22, 30 Gatlin, 32, 37, 39, 40, 48, 72, 73 Jacobs, Bowen, Devoria A 123 Bowen, Diane A 97, 86, 36, 38, 29, 46, 45, 22, 37, 49 Bowen, Iris A 39 Bowen, Marvin A 1 19 Bowen, Micheal A 131, 56 Bowen, Missy A 131, 22, 56 Bowen, Pam A 131 Bowen, Raymond A 1 19, 19, 32, 60 Bowen, Rhonda A 1 13, 42 Bowen, Richard A 32, 42 Bowen, Sandra Bowen, Sidney A 123, 47, 56 Bowen, Tabitha A 1 19, 31 Bowen, Terence - 1 19 Bowen, Tina Bowen, William A 1 13, 36, 30, 39, 42 Bowens, Evette A 97 Bowens, Iris Bowens , Raymond A 127 Bowens, Tabitha Bowens, Tina A 123 Index A Brown, Kenneth A 1 19, 32 Brown, Larry Brown, Linda A 97, 16, 31 Brown, Linda A 97, 131, 16, 17 Brown, Lisa A 123, 16 Brown, Macon A 123 Brown, Martin A 131 Brown, Marvin A 1 13 Brown, Odell A 123 Brown, Paula A 127, 59, 19 Brown, Randy A 127 Brown, Roy Brown, Sandy A 123 Brown, Sante Brown, Sherilyn A 1 19, 44, 31 Brown, Todd A 131, 56 Brown, Tonya Brown, Veronica A 97, 36,A38, 21, 22, 34, 35, 37, 39, 42, 49 Brown, Vonshelia A 88, 89, 127 Brown, Waybon Brown, Yolanda A 131, 34, 19, 34 Bryant, Deedre A 97, 13, 16 Bryant, Demetra Bryant, Joanna A 83, 86, 81, 1 13, 30, 32, 37, 39, 42 Bryant, Kris A 135 Buffkin, Denise A 92, 120, 30, 31, 32, 40 Buffkin, Tammy A 135 Burney, James A 135 Burney, Roland A 120, 32 Butcher, Ronnie Butler, Donna A 88, 89, 120, 131, 46, 22, 30, 34, 37, 39, 42, 5.5 Butler, Linda A 86 Butts, Charles A 131 Byrd, John A 123 Carroll, Angel A 97, 88, 32 Carroll, Donna A 123, 126 Carroll, Glen A 123 Carroll, Melinda A 1 13, 30, 35, 37,'39 Carroll, Susan A 100, 102, 107, 31, 37 48, 72, 73 Champi Clayter, on, Mary A 123 Sonya A 123, 31 High School DeBroise, Marie A 169 Delamater, Elizabeth A 101, 31 Dew Susan A 85, 1 14, 36, 46, 37, 39, 40, 42, 48, 49, 73, 72 Dillard, Ricardo A 120 Dixon, Debbie Dixon, James A 101, 14, 31, 33, 34, 42 Dixon, Tammy A 101 , 38, 31, 33, 37 Dixon, Zanetta A 1 14, 1 16 Dowless, Anthony A 124, 32, 64 Dowless, Keith A 131 Dowless, Terri A 120, 23, 32, 39 Dubar, Kimberly A 114, 31 Dubar, Tiare A 124, 31, 30 Dudley, Paula A 124, 47 Dudley, Ricky A 132, 56 Earwood, Matthew A 132 Edge, Weena A 120, 31, 34, 62 Edwards, Joanie A 1 14, 44, 30, 37 Edwards, Trevor A 124, 18 Estep, Jeff A 132, 56 Evans, Kathy A 101, 56 Evans, Valarie A 120, 56 Faircloth, Jakie A 120, 32 Faircloth, Victoria A 132, 22 Faison, Kevin A 103, 9, 45, 14, 15, 20, 37, 49 Felton, Chris Fields, Derrick A 1 14, 33 Floyd, Benjy - 31, 32 Floyd, Kris - 132, 56 Floyd, Melinda A 132, 22 Francis, Shawan A 88, 89, 120, 31 Freeman, April A 128, 59, 22, 56 Freeman, Cheryl A 132 Freeman, Craig A 120 Freeman, Della A 120, 32 Freeman, Derrick A 127 Freeman, Frederick A 120, 39 Graham, Vincent A 124, 32 Granger, James A 120, 32 Grange, Katrina A 132 Granger, Alexis A 124, 56 Grant, Bemard A 96, 104, 92, 38, 29, 30, 35, 37, 40 Green, Richard A 128 Greene, Matthew A 132 Greene, Ora A 104, 31, 37 Greene, Patricia A 1 14, 36, 15, 17, 21, 34, 37, 39, 42 Greene, Steven A 1 14, 36, 46, 35, 39, 42 Greene, Willie- 114, 66, 14 Grice, Charles A 120 Grice, Kelvin A 124, 32, 54 Grice, L eighann Bradshaw, Amy A 131 Bress, Reginald A 131 Bress, Shawn A 127, 19 Bress, Tony A11,119,18, 60 Brewer, Eric A 97, 103, 29, 32, 33, 43 Britt, Helen A 31 Britt, Jennifer Brooks, Alonzo A 119 Brooks, Donnell A 123 Brooks, Lamonde A 1 19, 31, 32 Brown, Alex A 131 Brown, Alonzo A 56 Brown, Alvin A 1 19, 32 Brown, Andrae A 123 Brown, Angela A 127 Brown, Chris A 131 Brown, Donna A 85, 1 13, 36, 29, 30, 34, 37, 40, 41, 42, 49 Brown, Earlene A 1 19, 18 Brown, Edward A 131 Brown, Gene A 127 Brown, Glenn A 1 19, 32, 56 Brown, Greg A 97, 88, 19, Brown, ,James A 131 Brown, Jennifer A 131, 34 Brown, Kelvin A 123, 32 Brown, Kennard A 131 170 Clayter, Steve A 131, 56 Collum, Eddie A 120 Compton, Pamela A 120 Compton, Paula A 120 Congleton, Jeff A 100, 1 10, 33 Connor, Penny A 124 Connor, Roger A 100, 106, 8, 38, 32, 43 Cook, Gloria A 127, 47, 22 Cook, John A 85, 1 13, 32 Cooke, Betty A 86, 118, 120, 30, 37, 39 Crawford, Kyle A 100, 106, 36, 38, 29, Creech, Calvin A 128, 59 Creech, John A 1 13, 32 Creech, Robert A 100, 29, 35 Crisco, Fairley A 124 Cromartie, Antionette A 1 19, 120, 29 Cromotie, Anthony A 131 Croom, Laura A 100, 38, 44, 30, 37, 169 Crusen Charles - 32, 68 Cruse, Robert A 120 Cruse, Sherry Dale, Robbie A 100, 37 Dale, Wanda A 100 Daniels, Beverly A 96, 100, 36, 46, 45, 31, 34, 37, 40, 42, 43, 49 Daniels, George A 131 Daniels, Geraldine - 131 Daniels, Gloria A 1 14, 31 Daniels, Kim A 124, 18, 30, 40 Daniels, LaChaun A 131 Daniels, Malita A 124, 47 Daniels, Sylvia A 131 Davis, Craig A 120, 56 Dawson, Dell A 81, 86, 128, 22, 40 Dawson, Marjorie A 81, 86, 120, 46, 23, 35, 37, 39, 40, 42, 71 deBethizy, Eddie A 124, 56 Freeman, Gary A 120 Freeman, Glen A 132 Freeman, Greg A 43 Freeman, Kelvin A 124, 30 Freeman, Kristin A 114, 31, 15 Freeman, Larry A 9, 20, 37 Freeman, Lawanda A 96, 101, 88, 22, 30, 31, 34, 39 Freeman, Renee A 128, 59, 56 Freeman, Retonya A 124, 56 Freeman, Sherri A 47, 19 Freeman, Tyrone A 132 Garrell, Debbie A 1 14 Garrell, Keith A 101, 38, 32, 33 Garrell, Michael A 1 14, 33 Diana A 124, 31 Hampton, James - 124, 32 Hampton, Queen - 133 Hampton, Samuel A 120, 32 Hamston, Hallie A 128 Hardison, Renee A 1 14 Harrelson, Ann A 1 14, 36, 44, 39, 40, 42 Harrelson, Audrey A 124, 23, 40 Harrelson, Chris A 124 Harrelson, Georgia - 104, 31, 68 Hemminger, Lamont A 86, 120, 39, 42, 56 High, Shelia A 121 Hilbourn, Melissa A 104, 106, 44, 37, 39, 43, 48, 72 Hilbourn, Ricky A 124, 32 Hill Angela A 121, 23 Hill Hill Hill Hill ClydeA7114 30 39 42 f Jen-01' 1l15, 411, 3b, as 37 Melissa A 128, 47, 56 Roderick A 121 Hines, Ethel A 124 Hines, Evelyn A 128 Hines, Robert A 124, 18 Holden, Tara A 128, 56 Horne, Shannon A 121, 56, 61 Howard, Alfonza A 133 Howard, Devonia - 133 Gatlin, Valarie A 132 Genwright, Stephanie A 120, 31, 40, 42 Godfrey, Jennerea A 1 14, 44, 32, 71 Gore, Deana - 128, 59 Gore, Randall A 132 Howard, Joseph A 104, 14, 43 Howard, Marie A 104, 36, 38, 37, 39 H udson H udson H udson 42 , Kimberly A 124, 31 , Lisa- 121, 31 f Hudson, Shawn A 121, 18, 32 Hudson, Tonya A 128 Hunt, Ronnie A 104, 45, 32, 35, 37, 42, 43, 49 Jackson, Iris A 1 15, 36, 30, 40, 42, 56 Jackson, Randy A 128 Jacobs, Christopher A 124, 32 Pamela A 1 15, 34, 37, 39, 40, Gore, Stephanie A 124, 47, 34, 56 Graham, April A 124 Graham, Carrie A 128 Graham, Christy A 132 Graham, Graham, Dolphoine A 120, 31 Devont A 101 Graham, Felcia A 128 Graham, Gerald A 101, 14, 15, 32, 33, 43 Graham, Graham, Gerroid A 132, 31, 34 Ingrid A 132, 68 Graham, James A 1 14, 124, 33 Graham, Jasmine A 39 Graham, Graham, Graham, Jeff A 101 Kevin A 124, 32 Kristie Graham, LaShae A 88, 89, 132 Graham, Leslie A 123 Graham, Mary A 1 14, 29, 30, 40 Graham, Ned A 128 Graham, Phillip A 124 Graham, Roderick A 124 Graham, Roberta A 128 Graham, Sharlander - 88, 89, 123, 124,13 1 Graham, Sonya A 120, 31 Graham, Tina A 132, 19 Jacobs, Jacqueli Felicia A 125, 47, 56 n A 1 e 12,31 Jacobs, Shawn A 133, 34 Jacobs, Valarie A 104, 44, 34, 37 Jacobs, Wanda A 1 15, 42 Johnson, John A 121, 56 Jones, Tarrance -128, 19 Justice, Denise A 121 Justice, Lynn A 104 Justice, Randy A 133 Justice, Tammy A 40 Keaton, Chris A 133, 56 Keaton, Devoria A 125, 31 Keaton, Garry A 125, 147, 18, 30, 40 Keaton, Gary A 105, 14, 32, 43 Keaton, Leslie A 125, 31 Keith, Eldridge A 125, 18, 32, 34 Justice, Denise A 121 Justice, Lynn - 104 Justice, Randy A 133 Justice, Tammy A 40 Kelly, Karen A 121 Kelly, Sonya A 133, 56 Kelly, Wayne A 128 Kennedy,MichelleA86, 13, 1 19, 121,46 21, 35, 37, 39, 40, 41, 42, 70 King, April A 121, 18, 31 Shaw, King, Kelton W 1 15, 32, 33 King, Tracey W 125, 32 Kirby, Danny W 105, 36, 39 Kirby, Darrell W 128 Kirksey, April W 56, 69 Kirksey, Barbara W 133 Knowles, Kathy W 125, 39 Lacewell, Clyde W 102, 105, 9, 37 Lacewell, Delisa W 105, 37, 39, 62 Lacewell, Donna W 125, 31, 39 Lacewell, Kimberly W 123, 125, 29, 44 Lacewell, Rodney W 128, 19 Lacewell, Wendy W 121, 34, 38, 44, 31, 18, 21, 34, 35, 37, 39, 40 Larkins, Michael W 131, 133, 56 Lavin, Linda W 105, 31, 32 Lendan, Ronald W 133 LeNeave Jennifer W 121, 30, 39, 42, 53 LeNeave, Pamela W 128, 22, 40 Lennon, Charles Lennon, Harvey W 125, 32 Lennon, Joey W 103, 105, 85, 32, 33 Lennon, Kelly W 81, 128, 59 Lennon, Monica W 47 LeVine Abraham W 125 Linnartz, Scott W 133, 56 Linnartz, Teddy W 15, 32, 56 Linnartz, Van W 128 Little, Billy W 1 15, 32 Little, Eddie W 128 Little, Lynn W 125, 32, 69 Mills, Timus W 121, 34 Mintz, Dean Sharpe, Sam W 10, 122, 56 Shaw, Connie W 122, 30, 31 Kelvin W 129 Williams, Houston Williamson, Judi W 134 Williams, Matthew W 126 Mintz, Jeffrey W 121 Mintz, Wanda W 133 Mitchell, Barry W 128, 19 Mitchell, Eric W 108, 36, 38, 29, 46, 45, 35, 37, 39, 40, 42, 43, 48, 49, 72 14, 15, Mitchell, Zelda W 128 Moore, Carl W 133 Moore, James W 1 15 Moore, Kelly W 128, 47, 59 Moore, Kendall W 1 15, 32, 33, 56 Moore, Robert W 133 Mooris, Dana W 1 15, 56 Mote, Dale W 133 Shaw, Lennon W 134, 56 Shaw, Ramona-81, 122, 46, 31 , 34, 35, 39, 40, 42, 51 Simmons, Donna W 122 Simmons, Jeff W 116, 46, 48, 72 Simmons, Melissa W 129, 59 Simmons, Nancy W 126 Simmons, Ronnie W 126 Simpson, Evelyn W 122. 39 Skipper, Dana W 1 15, 1 16, 36, 37, 39, 42, 48, 49, 72, 73 Skipper, Keeny W 126, 20, 32 Williams, Warriette W 44, 30, 32, 37 Wilson, Harold W 134 Wilson, Nancy - 126, 66 Wilson, Rachel W 134 Wilson, Reginald W 129, 56 Wilson, Sonya Wise, Donald W 129, 56 Young, Chinita W 129 Young, Regan W 112, 31, 37, 39 Young, Renee W 85, 36, 30, 31, 37 Zinnerman, She rri W 44, 56 Mote, Tina W 121 Mott, Angela W 128, 56 Mott, Anthony W 102, 108, 37, 43 Munn, Anthony W 125 Munn, Evelyn W 108, 88, 36, 37, 42, 62 Munn, Germania W 1 16, 21, 40 Munn, Julian W 125, 32 Myres, Ken W 108, 9, 36, 29, 46, 45, 14, 15, 20, 37, 42, 43 Nance, Chris W 121 Nichols, Alton W 121 Nichols, Bobby W 133, 56 Nichols, Daryl W 1 16, 32 Nichols, Jerome W 81 Newton, Kevin Nobles, Eric W 121, 33 Smith, Allen W 116 Smith, Cami - 129, 56 Smith, Debra W 122, 44, 37, 39 Smith, Gerald W 109, 31 Smith, Jamie W 122, 44, 23, 39 Smith, Jeff W 134 Smith, Joe W 122 Smith, Julie W 129 Smith, Karen W 107, 109, 31 Smith, Kim W88, 89, 1 16, 22, 30, 31, 40 48, 42, 72, 73 Smith, Marcia W 109, 38, 30, 32 Smith, Stephane W 109, 32 Smith, Susan W 126, 32 Smith, Teresa W 129, 59 Smith, Tony W 134 Little, Teresa W 125, 32, 56 Livingston, Pamela W 1 15, 31, 39, 42 Lloyd, Derek Lloyd, Myrick W 125, 34, 47, 34, 56 Lloyd, Shawn W 133 Lloyd, Tonya - as, 1 13, 1 15, 36, 37, 39, 40, 41, 42, 48, 49, 71, 72, 73 Long, Paula Long, Renee W 128 Long, Robert W 99, 105, 85, 20 Long, Valarie W 133 Love, Julia W 129, 128, 47, 59 Lyons, Janet W 105 Macon, Angela W 128, 29, 47, 59 Macon, Lisa W 88, 89, 128, 129, 47, 59, 22, 59 Malpass, Dean W 128, 56 Malpass, Dewayne W 133 Malpass, Gloria W 125, 47 Malpass, Heath W 128, 59, 19, 56 Malpass, Heather W 133, 22 Malpass, James W 125, 40 Malpass, Jamie W 133, 34 Malpass, Jeffrey W 125, 38, 32, 56 Malpass, Kenneth W 1 15, 32, 43, 64 Malpass, Kevin W 121, 29 Malpass, Mark W 125, 32 Malpass, Roberta W 105, 32, 37 Malpass, Roger W 128 Marlowe, Teresa W 121, 30, 34, 61 Marr, John W 133, 56 Mon, wendy - 107, 108, 12, 13, 46, 45, 21, 34, 37, 39, 42, 48, 72 Martin, Arthur W 64 Manin, Susan W 128 Maynar, Roderick W 108 McCollum, Yvette W 115, 36, 37, 39 McKeithan, Angela W 36, 29, 46, 45, 37, 42, 56 McKoy, Sheri W 125, 31 McNeil, Ronny W 133 McPherson, Rhonda W 128, 59, 56 Medlin, Allen, W 128, 59 Median, April- 128, 56, 59 Medlin, Melissa W 115, 31 Meggs, Kim W 108, 32 Meggs, Melissa W 125, 32 Odom, Paige W 133 Owens, Andy W 121 Parker, Lisa W 133 Parks, Wendy W 116, 34, 37 Patrick, Andrew W 19 Patrick Naomi W 121 Patrick, Roy Pellom, Andrea W 133, 19, 34 Pernick, Carl W 81 Peterson, Jerome W 125, 32, 40 Peterson, Kimberly W 133, 40 Phelps, Donna W 121, 30, 31, 35 Phelps, Jimmy W 125, 32 Phelps, Kevin W 109, 85 Phelps, W.C. W 116, 32, 34, 43, 56 Potter, Dave W 129 Potter, Travis W 133 Powers, Carmella W 125, 31 Powers, George W 1 16, 33 Powers, Vivian W 121, 31, 30 Pridgen, Vera W 129, 19 Smith, Velvet W 126, 31 Sorenson, Tammy W 123, 126, 47, 34 Spearman, Norman W 81 Squires, Kim W 126, 47, 30, 34, 39, 40 Stokley, Woodrow W 129 Swain, Keith W 1 16, 31 Sykes, Donna W 134 Sykes, Gary W 126 Sykes, Randy W 103, 109, 31 Sykes, Robert Taylor, Mike W 134 Tedder, Randy W 129, 59, 19 Tripp, Shelia W 116, 36, 46, 31, 42 Tripp, Sheri W 88, 89, 126, 29, 31 Troy, Addie W 122, 31 Troy, David W 1 12, 34, 43 Turner, Darleen W 134 Waddell, Michael W 1 12 Waddell, Ricky W 122 Waddell, Roderick W Walker, Elmer W 32 Faculty and Staff Battle, Gary W 94, 10, 14, 35, 61, 76 Bennermon, Charles W 55, 76 Blanks, Deedre W 68, 78 Bridgers, Mark W 18, 69 Brown, Alfred W 79 Caviness, Glenn W 79 Coleman, Ann W 62, 76 Coleman, Randy W 94, 106, 32, 64, 77 Daniels, Glatha W 67, 78 Daniels, Rebbec aW61,76 Davis, Mamie W 79 Fuller, Robert W 10, 66, 16, 20, 77 George, Mozelle W 76 Gerald, Palmas W 52, 75 Gore, Jackie W 12,1s,21,sa,75 Graham, Lilian W 30, 60, 76 Greene, Rosa W 34, 78 Hamer, Dolroe W 74 Homme, Susan Hampton, Odes W 70, 79 sa W 79 Hobbs, Jamie W 79 Holden, Charles W 29, 74 Holden, Helen W 68, 78 Hooks, Tommy W77 Jackson, Davie W 58, 75 Jacobs, Connie W 53, 75 Johnson, Jessie W 91, 94, 69, 70 Lane, Virginia W 74 Lloyd, Winnie W 52, 75 Meares, Alice W 41 , 52, 75 Melvin, Greg W 108, 32 Melvin, Marsha W 128 Melvin, Scottie W 125 Miller, Chris W 133 Mills, Frances W 108, 88, 36 35, 37, 42, 43, 49 Mills, Gail W 1 15 Mills, Melinda W 133 Quinn, Teri W 102, 109, 86, 29, 46, 45, 30, 35, 37, 39, 40, 42, 48, 49, 72 Ramsey, Scott W 1 16, 33 Rattler, Norma - 129, 19 Rattler, Woodie W 133 Reaves, Christy W 133, 19 Reynolds, Richie W 121, 33 Reynolds, SuAnne W 127, 129, 29, 40 Rich, Wendy W 1 16, 30 Richardson, Lawrence W 125 Richardson, Renee Richardson, Rodney W 125, 32 Ridenhour, Misty W 1 18, 133, 34 Robbins, James W 129 Robbins, Lisa W 129, 59, 56 Robbins, Paula W 109 Robbins, W Robbie W 1 16, 32, 33 Robbins, Steve W 121 Robbins Victor W 18, 19, 31 Robbins, Willie W 125, 18 Robinson, Clayton W 133 Robinson, Craig W 122, 60 Robinson, Rodney W 1 16 Robinson, Valerie W 125 Robinson, Victor W 129 Rockwell, Wendy W 88, 122, 23, 30, 34, 39, 40, 42 Russ, Deanna W 133 Saulter, Bridgette W 122, 44, 18, 37 Walder, Elnora Wallace, Pamela W 129, 59 Wallace, Suzanne W 1 16, 39, 48, 72, 73 Walter s, Cory W 122, 20, 56 Walters, Keith W 1 16, 32, 39, 42, 56 Watson, Marvin W 122 Webb, Andre W 18 Webb, Arthur W 126 Webb, Barbara - 112 Webb, Bonita W 1 16, 38, 31 Webb, Catrina W 126 Webb, Clayton W 18 Webb, Daphne W 122 Webb, Derrick W 126, 32 Webb, Felicia W 134 Webb, Gail W 129, 59 Webb, Gidget W 126 Webb, Greg W 7 Webb, James W 122, 32 Webb, Joyce W 122, 18 Webb, Lenoir W 1 16 Webb, Mary W 112, 21, 30, 32, 63 Webb, Phyllis Webb, Russell W 129 Webb, Samantha Webb, Shawanda W 126 Webb, Teri W 16 , 29, 46, 45, Saulter, Felicia W 1 16, 44, 21, 30, 37 Saulter, Marlow W 134 Saulter, Monique W 126, 31 Saulter, Richard W 129 Schmidt, Morris W 122, 32 Webb, Wilhemina W 1 12, 31 White, Perry W 122 William, Houston W 134 Williams, Angela W 129, 56 Williams, Barbara W 112, 29, 30, 31, 34 Williams, Clifton W 1 12, 30, 31 Wilson, Harold Mitchell, Lawrence W 94, 78 Moore, Ann W 55, 76 Morgan, Mary W 84, 85, 72, 75 Nichols, Vangue W 77 Rawls, Venus W 78 Riggins, Eva W 54, 76 Sasser, Iris W 74 Saulter, Marlowe W 30 Sechrest, Bill W 7, 8, 9, 25, 77 Shaw, Jollye W 63, 77 Weeks, Martha W 58, 75 Williamson, Charles W 32, 77 Williamson, Susan W 63, 77 171 Graham, James 3 138 Formy3Duval, Dawn 3 149 Albertson, Wendy 3 137 Allen, John 3 140 Andrews, LeMont 3 143 Andrews, Terry 3 146 Avant, Chris 3 151 Avant, Kari 3 143 Avant, Melandie 3 140 Avant, William 3 135 Babson, Roxann 3 146 Baldwin, Cameron 3 140 Ballard, Theodore 3 137 Barber, Marie 3 140 Barber, Monica 3 135 Barnet, Crystal 3 143 Bass, Amanda 3 149 Bass, Katrina 3 140 Bass, Michelle 3 146 Batten, Eugene 3 146 Beatty, Corey 3 151 Beatty, Geraline 3 140 Beatty, Mamie 3 143 Beatty, Michael 3 149 Beatty, Veraline 3 140 Beck, Amber 3 146 Bell, Alan 3 143 Bell, Eric 3 140 Bellamy, Andrelo 3 151 Bennett, Brian 3 149 Benson, Karen 3 143 Best, Jamil 3 151 Best, Katrina 3 143 Bethea, Cher 3 135 Bishop, Jason 3 137 Blake, John 3 137 Bland, Earnest 3 149 Bland, Shatera 3 137 Blanks, Bobby 3 151 Blanks, Bryon -3 146 Blanks, Corey 3 143 Blanton, Shana 3 151 Boney, Andrea 3 137 Index 3 Elementary School Brown, Devona 3 137 Brown, Earl 3 135 Brown, Eric 3 140 Brown, Heath 3 137 Brown, James 3 137 Brown, Jermaine 3 146 Brown, Jerred 3 137 Brown, Kendra 3 140 Brown LaGale 3 137 Brown, Laticha 3 146 Brown, LaTonya 3 151 Brown, Legarris 3 151 Brown, Leno 3 140 Brown, Maurice 3 149 Brown, Michael 3 143 Brown, Michelle 3 146 Brown, Monica 3 146 Brown, Nikki 3 143 Brown, Pamela 3 135 Brown, Pandora 3 151 Brown, Rachelle 3 143 Brown, Roscoe 3 146 Brown, Shannon 3 143 Brown, Sharon 3 143 Brown, Sharon 3 149 Brown, Terry 3 143 Brown, Tina 3 140 Brown, Tracie 3 146 Brown, Tracy 3 149 Brown, Travis 3 151 Brown, Yolanda 3 146 Brown, Zack 3 143 Bryant, Anwar 3 137 Bryant Bryant Bryant, Deshawn 3 140 Devona 3 137 Hilary 3 144 Bryant, James 3 144 Bryant, Kiafia 3 151 Bryant, Kris 3- 135 Bryant, Marlon -3 140 Bryant, Tarnisha 3 140 Daniel Daniel Daniel Daniel s, Starlin 3 144 s, Tonjenia 3 140 s, Wendy 3 140 S, Yanriell 3 144 Davis, Bryan - 140 Davis, Chester 3 138 Davis, Chris 3 151 Dew, Audrey 3 146 Brooks, Bettina 3 140 Boney, Lawanda --3 149 Bordeaux Kendra 3 146 Bordeaux, Lynn 3 143 Bordeaux, Sarah 3- 143 Bordeaux, Terrance 3 143 Bordeaux, Todd 3 143 Bostic, Jennifer 3 137 Bowen, Barren 3 137 Bowen Brenda 3 137 Bowen, Cheryl 33 137 Bowen, Erica 3 149 Bowen, Flora 3 135 Bowen, James 3- 146 Bowen, Kimberly 3 151 Bowen, Marcus 3 135 Bowen, Tiffany 3 149 Bowen, Torrie 3 151 Bowen Bowen S, Cherry 3 137 s, Mary 3 137 Bracey, Chris 3 149 Bradley, Letitia 3 149 Bradshaw, Angela 3 137 Bress, Chantella 3 140 Bress, Charletta 3 140 Bress, Garrett 3 151 Bress, James - 135 Bress, Tara 3 137 Brill, Amy - 140 Brill, sem - 151 Brill, H oward 3 137 Brooks, LaTonya 3 140 Brooks, Melissa 3 137 Brooks, Michael 3 146 Brooks, Troy 3 135 Brown, Alicia 3 140 Brown, Cadell 3 143 Brown, Cecil 3 140 Brown, Cayton 3 146 Brown, Danille 3 151 Brown, Dawn 3 149 172 Buffkin, Tammy 3 135 Burney, Faith 3 151 Burney, James 3 135 Burney, LaNeal 3 140 Burney, Wayne 3 140 Butler, John 3 135 Bozeman, George 3 151 Bozeman, Georgetto 3 143 Carr, Gwenetta 3 146 Clayter, Byron 3 137 Clayter, Lori 3 137 Coleman, Brian 3 144 Coleman, Chad 3 151 Coleman, Jack 3 149 Compton, Gwen 3 135 Cook, Cynthia 3 140 Cooke, Eric 3 140 Cooper, Atlas 3 144 Cooper, Loenza 3 138 Cooper, Manasa 3 135 Cooper, Teresa -- 138 Costion, Alan -- 144 Costion, Chris 3 151 Covil, Christy 3 135 Creech, Angela 3 146 Creech, Angela 3 146 Creech, Linda 3 135 Croom, James 3 149 Cruse, Curtis 3 138 Cruse, Jane 3 146 Curtis, Chandra 3 144 Diggs, Diggs, Christopher 3 146 Erica 3 138 Dixion, Ervin 3 138 Dixion, Shemeka 3 151 Dixian , Kim3135 Dowless, Andy 3 144 Dubar , James 3 138 Dubar, Leander 3 138 Dubar, Marian 3 140 Dubar, Melissa 3 144 Dubar, Tameika 3 144 Dudley, Donna 3 138 Duncan, Scott 3 135 Edge, Kerri 3 151 Edge, Marsha 3 135 Edge, Shannon 3 140 Edge, Teresa 3 140 Edwards, Ebony 3 149 Ellis, Angela 3 146 Ellis, Bobby 3 138 Ellis, Dennis 3 147 Ellis, Timothy -3 147 Evans, Evans, Beverly 3 135 Kimberly 3 147 Everett, Keith 3 147 Everette, Beth - 151 Ferrel, William 140 Fields, Corey -3 138 Fields, Eric - 138 Flynn, Curtis 3 138 Fogle, Antwon 3 147 Fogle, Marie 147 Fowler, Nessie 3 151 Fowler, Philip 3 144 Fowler, Travis, 3 144 Freeman, Angela 3 138 Freeman, Chandar 3 151 Freeman, Corey 3 135 Freeman, Dale 3 144 Freeman, Danica 3 140 Freeman, Derrick 3 147 Freeman, Eric 3 147 Freeman, Francina 3 147 Freeman, Jerry -3 151 Freeman, John 3 135 Freeman, Joseph 3 140 Freeman ,June 3138 Freeman, Keegan 3 151 Freeman, Lee 3 135 Freeman, May 3 147 Freeman, Michael 3 144 F reeman Freema n , Rhonda 3 147 , Sonya 3 138 Freeman, Tarvis 3 149 Freeman, Trent 3 147 Freeman, Walter 3 144 Freeman , Wantia 3 147 Fuller, Angela 3 144 Fullwood, Tammy 3 135 Fulton, Marvette 3 151 Futrell, Dena 3 147 Garwood, Rachel 3 138 Graham, Alvin 3 147 Graham, Azalia 3 144 Graham , Derrick 3 144 Graham, Jeff 3 144 Graham, Katrina 3 149 Graham, LeMont 3 147 Graham, Mable 3 147 Graham ,MOW3144 Graham, Michael 3 138 Graham, Rochanda 3 147 Graham, Shawnta 3 138 Graham, Steven 3 144 Graham, Theresa 3 147 Graham, Thomas 3 149 Graham, Tania 3 140 Graham, Vikke 3 140 Graham, William 3 150 Green, Michael 3 144 Green, Paula 3 140 Greene, Heidi 3 147 Greene, Marcus 3 144 Greene, Maria 3 138 Greene, Nathaniel 3 147 Hall, Melinda 3 152 Hall, Michelle 3 144 Hall, Tarsha 3 150 Hampton, Sonya 3 138 Hant, Sonny 3 135 Harrelson, Kent 3 150 Harrelson, Mary 3 147 Harris, Jason 3 152 Harris, Leonard 3 3 150 Hart, John - 144 Hart, Wayne 3 152 Harvin, Lewis -3 150 Hayes, Kicha 3 138 Hayes, Missy 3 135 Heath, Jodi 3 152 Hemminger, Michael 3 147 Hemminger, Richard 3 l35 Dale, Brandon 3 140 Dale , Michelle 3 144 Dale, Dale, Tammy -3 135 Terri 3 135 Daniels, Bobby 3 146 Daniels, Clifford 3 135 Daniels, Kendrich 3 151 Daniels, Leyman 3 149 Daniels, Michelle 3 149 Daniels, Rachel 3 149 Gatlin, Sherry 3 138 Gell, Alan 3 147 Ger.wright, Lateef 3 152 Godfrey, LaShanta 3 149 Godfrey, Roderick 3 147 Gore, Ann 3 144 Gore, Cindy 3 138 Gore, Heath 3 135 Gore, Lisa 3 147 Gore, Melissa 3 152 Gore, Tommie 3 144 Hester, Tracy -3 147 Hewett, Crystal 3 150 High, Amelia 3 138 Hill, Robin 3 138 Hill, Shawn 3- 147 Hill, Tony 3- 140 Hines, Willie 3 144 Holden, Charles 3 141 Holden, Helen 3 152 Holden, Paul 3 138 Holden, Stephanie 3 147 Hooper, Jeffrey 3 1 52 Horne, Samantha 3 141 Howard, Jamie 3 147 Howard, Jefferey 3 141 Howard, Kelvin 3 144 Howard, Marcus 3 141 Howard, Ryan 3 144 Howard, Steven 3 138 Huddleston, David 3 141 Huddleston, Paul 3 141 Hufman, Aaron 3 141 Huffman, Alice 3 147 Hufham, John 3 150 Hufham, Mary 3 152 Hufham, Melissa 3 135 Jackson, Randall 3 138 Jacobs, Crystal 3 147 Jacobs, Dale 3 152 Jacobs, Howard 3 141 Jacobs, Isaac 3 135 Jacobs, Portia 3 152 Jacobs, Roderick 3 144 Jacobs, Shelton 3 138 Jacobs, Talise 3 152 Jacobs, Tammy 3 144 Jacobs, Vita 3 135 James, Charles 3 141 James, Chris 3 135 James, Christy 3 138 James, Regina 3 144 James, Robert W 150 Johnson, Tiffany W 150 Justice, Charles W 144 Justice, Charles W 135 Justice, Lynette W 135 Keaton, Allwn W 138 Keaton, Lara W 152 Kelly, Barry W 138 Kelly, Davy W 144 Kelly, Sharon W 135 Kelly, Sherry W 147 Kelly, William W 147 Kennedy, Barry W 135 King, Delores W 144 King, Jamele W 138 King, Jason W 147 King, Nicole W 138 King, Rebecca W 152 Kirksey, Chandra W 138 Kirksey, Dortina W 150 Knowles, Andy W 138 Knowles, Rebecca W 136 Lacewell, Tanica W 144 Lane, Lane, Jonathan W 136 Teresa W 150 Langford, Jessica 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Malpass, Matt W 139 Malpass, Melissa W 144 Malpass, Myra W 136 Malpass, Patricia W 139 Malpass, Sabrina W 152 Malpass, Sidney W 145 Malpass, Sheila W 148 Malpass, William W 148 Manning, Marcus W 141 Manning, Ramone W 136 Matherson, Sarrina W 139 Marr, James W 145 McCrimmons, Clifton W 152 McLeod, Levern W 145 McNeil, Rosalind W 136 McPherson, Ron W 141 Meggs, Christopher W 141 Melvin, Audrey W 148 Miller, Derrick W 145 Miller, Haywood - 141 Miller, Tabitha W 150 Miller, Tammy W 136 Milliken, Deann W 139 Mills, Burris W 141 Mills, Dennis W 148 Mills, Eugenia W 139 Mills, Stewart W 141 Mills, Timothy W 141 Mills, Wendy W 139 Mintz, Angela W 145 Mintz, Gene W 139 Mintz, Scottie W 145 Mintz, Sherri W 148 Mitchell, Mark W 145 Mitchell, Yvonne W 150 Mote, Cecilia W 152 Mote, Michelle W 148 Mott, Sonya W 145 Moultrie, LaTonya W 148 Munn, Gary W 136 Munn, Nanetha W 136 Munn, Ricardo W 152 Murphy, Bobby W 139 Murphy, Timothy W 152 Myers, Kelly W 150 Nance, Amanda W 150 Nance, Matt W 145 Neal, Robin W 141 Neal, Travis W 152 Nichols, Ronnie W 150 Nichols, Shirley W 148 Nobles, Patricia W 150 Odom, Heather W 148 Parker, Catherine - 150 Parker, Donnie W 141 Parks, Brandon W 150 Parks, Julie W 152 Patrick, Reginald W 145 Patrick, Sonia W 152 Patrick, Terrance W 141 Pellom, Coretta W 139 Pepernick, Jeff W 141 Phelps, Brian W 141 Phelps, Frank W 145 Phelps, Marsha W 139 Picarella, Brian W 139 Pickett, Edward W 139 Pollard, Cleveland W 145 Pollard, Gwendolyn W 139 Pollard, Robert W 139 Pollard, Sharon W 150 Pollard, Spencer W 141 Plooard, Teresa W 148 Powell, Brian W 150 Powell, Sharon W 148 Pridgen, Britt W 139 Pridgen, Martin W 148 Quinn, Jamey W 139 Raynor, Bradley -- 145 Reaves, Julie W 139 Reaves, Pam W 145 Reeves, Christopher W 145 Rich, David W 136 Ridenhour, Richard W 139 Robbins, Chris W 136 Robbins, Vickie W 139 Robertson, Chris W 141 Robertson, Tammy W 152 Robinson, Dorene W 139 Robinson, Karen W 141 Robinson, Sharon W 148 Rockwell, Kelly W 139 Rogers, Heather W 145 Rogers, Peggy W 150 Rogers, Roger W 150 Rose, Freddy W 139 Shaw, Armwood W 148 Shaw, Joyce W 145 Shaw, Melanie W 148 Shaw, Michael W 148 Shaw, Tony W 139 Shepard, Janice W 136 Simmons, Bennie W 152 Simmons, Cecil W 141 Simmons, Marie W 141 Simpson, Becky W 145 Simpson, Charlene W 152 Simpson, David W 152 Simpson, James W 142 Simpson, Timmie W 150 Skipper, Susan W 139 Smith, Andrea W 136 Smith, Anna W 150 Smith, Antoinette W 139 Smith, Elisha W 142 Smith, Jerriett W 150 Smith, Karen W 139 Smith, Keith W 142 Smith, Kenneth W 142 Smith, Lutricia W 142 Smith, Regina W 150 Smith, Sally -- 150 Smith, Shawnette W 150 Smith, Terry W 139 Smith, Tracey W 136 Smith, Victoria W 136 Smith, Yvette W 139 Sneed, Nikiya W 150 Snowden, Troy W 142 Snowden, Kelle W 152 Spearman, Johnathan W 142 Squires, Amanda W 152 Squires, Amy W 145 Squires, Teri W 139 Squires, Toni W 139 5t.Clair, Billy W 136 St. Clair, Rhonda W 145 Stocks, Keith W 136 Sullivan, Allison W 145 Sullivan, Dell W 136 Sykes, Faith W 150 Sykes, Jennifer W 152 Sykes, Toby W 145 Tedder, Christy W 145 Tedder, Swain W 139 Thomas, Heather W 142 Thomas, Jodi W 136 Tinney, Patrick W 150 Tripp, Molton W 145 Troy, Tammy W 139 Turner, Donald W 139 Upchurch, Jonathan W 148 Waddell, Carlo W 148 Waddell, lvera W 150 Waddell, Karole W 142 Waddell, Lafayette W 152 Waddell, Lonnette W 142 Waddell, Pamela W 139 Waddell, Terry W 148 Waddell, Tiphane W 139 Walker, Alexander W 142 Walker, Alfredo W 136 Walker, Shannon W 145 Wallace, Ashley W 142 Washington, Darius W 150 Washington, Harvey W 148 Webb, Autumn W 145 Webb, Billie W 152 Webb, Catrena W 136 Webb, Christopher W 145 Webb, Daphine W 145 Webb, Dolly W 136 Webb, Eric W 150 Webb, Eric W 136 Webb, Floyd W 152 Webb, Ginger W 145 Webb, Jennifer W 142 Webb, Jermanie W 150 Webb, Keisha W 148 Webb, Nachell W 139 Webb, Nadine W 150 Webb, Sheldon W 150 Webb, Shenoa W 148 Webb, Tammy W 148 Webb, Troy W 145 Webb, Vernon W 145 Wickham, Melissa W 148 Wickham, Mary W 145 Wilkins, Tracey W 145 Wilkins, Travis W 145 Williams, Andrew W 136 Williams, Barbara W 150 Williams, Bryan W 148 Williams, Daniel W 148 Williams, Kevin W 145 Williams, Lekesa W 152 Williams, Rita W 136 Williams, Scott W 145 Williams, Travis W 136 Williamson, Bryon W 152 Williamson, Gina W 145 Williamson, Marcie W 145 Williamson, Ronald W 139 Wilson, A'kiea W 152 Wilson, Edwina W 139 Wilson, Maretta W 148 Wilson, Samantha W 139 Wilson, Susan W 136 Young, Harold W 152 Young, LeShe1ia W 148 Young, Lora W 142 Young, Monique W 142 Young, Paul W 152 Young, Shazone W 148 Faculty and Staff Adams, Virginia W 153 Andrews, Marie W 156 Baldwin, Annie W 155 Boone, Berdie W 155 Bowen, Alma W 155 Brown, Agatha W 153 Brown, Dottie W 156 Brown, Gennie W 157 Brown, Margie W 157 Cromartie, Ruby W 154 Croom, Diane W 155 Ebron, Norris W 153 Ezzell, Diane W 154 Fedick, Alice W 156 Freeman, Esther W 155 Fuller, Jackie W 153 Harris, Evageline W 155 Hayes, Virginia W 154 High, Hope W 154 Hobbs, James W 156 Jones, Sandra W 156 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