Alliance Christian High School - Shield Yearbook (Portsmouth, VA)
- Class of 1973
Page 1 of 64
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 64 of the 1973 volume:
.■ ' V . • € TU THE ALLIANCE CHURCH The students of A.C.H.S. would like to thank the members of the Alliance Church for the use of their buildings. PORTSMOUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY PORTSMOUTH,, VIRGINIA “Home of the FALCONS.” ALLIANCE CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL 5809 Portsmouth Blvd. Portsmouth, Virginia 23701 Volume Two Editor: Steve Antonucci Co-Editors: Robin Leitner Ike King, Star Mason Sponsor: Mrs. Thompson 2 Launching forth into the first graduation of Alliance Christian High School. Launching forth into the new building. Launching forth into the Future 4 Dedicated to you, Mr. McCotter, because of what we consistently observe in your life: vision, approachability, sacrifice, and the Saviour. Alma Mater While the sea, and sand, and water beat upon the shore We will sing thy praise forever Falcons Evermore! Christian Truth — a mighty ocean We would truth explore Christian Hi we serve with honor Praise thee evermore. A.C.H. with colors gleaming ’Cross Atlantic’s sky Live and keep thy banners streaming Victory is nigh! Ours to keep thy name uplifted Mighty heritage Ours the joy to share thy glory Alma Mater, Praise. i 5 Student Life Birthdays at A.C.H.S. PAIN? HAPPINESS? Star Mason and Rhonda Butler work on the annual. 6 Mr. Sabens takes time to help Art Students. I Relaxation after a hard day! 7 Another lunch discussion Many thanks to Mr. Spizziri for driving the school bus. I I Robin Leitner studies in library. We would like to thank Mr. Larry Webster for the time he has put into this year’s annual. Rev. Freeland helps parents with Christmas banquet. “Grub Day” Tommy Walker and Gary Clark 8 9 The things Pastors do in their spare time. Willie Powell takes time out from basketball. A pep talk in the locker room at Norfolk Christian. 10 Coach Eure looks on during the basketball game. The students of A.C.H.S. would like to thank Coach Eure for the hours he has put in to help our basketball team. 11 Teachers and Administration Mr. Anderson Principal Boy’s P.E. Mrs. Richardson Guidance Math Rev. Freeland Pastor Bible Mrs. Freeland Lunchroom Manager Mr. Dave Lewis Ass’t Pastor Bible Mrs. Whitehurst Math Mrs. Jackson Librarian Mr. Matchett Office Staff Miss Pond Girl’s P.E. Mr. Tom Ballance Social Studies Miss Johnson Spanish 7th Grade Teacher Mrs. Peebles Business Teacher Mrs. Thompson English Bible Not Pictured; Mrs. McNeal Mrs. Buhls J Office Staff Not Pictured: Mr. McCotter Science Mrs. Faulls 7th Grade Teacher Bible 13 Junior-Senior Banquet Some of the scenes from the Junior-Senior Banquet, which was in Nags Head. 14 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT State - Virginia City — Portsmouth We, the Senior Class of 1973, being in possession of a crammed mind and well-trained memory, being about to pass on into manhood and womanhood, do hereby declare this our last will and testament. We hereby revoke and make void any former wills and promises made while we were in sound or unsound minds. Section I Article 1: To our parents we bequeath the love and appreciation for their trying to see us through school life. Article 2: To A.C.H.S., we leave our excellent example as students. Section 11 Article 1 : To the Junior Class we bestow our well-earned treasures. Some of these are the senior dignity, unusual wit, splendid grades, and the privilege of being “Pets” of the school. May the juniors use these to their and others advantage. Article 2: To the Sophomore Class, who soon will be Juniors, we bequeath all the mistakes we have made. We learned much by these mistakes. We leave all the paper, chewed-up pencils and chewing gum found in our desks and behind the radiators. Article 3: To the Freshman Class who will soon be Sophomores we leave the art of being handsome and beautiful so they will be able to get “hooked” in the years to come. I, Richard Clark, will my basketball talents to the future basketball players of A.C.H.S. I, Bud Conner, will my good looks and charm to the future playboy of this school. I, Pam House, leave my marriage techniques to Marla McCormick. I, Willie Powell, feel that life is like an apple, just one big bite. I, Pearl Stallings, will my broken down car to Timmy Lane. I, Tommy Walker, will my broken heart to all the guys of A.C.H.S. Witnesses: Robin Leitner and Star Mason 15 Richard Stanley Clark “Richard” Basketball Center Planning to attend Roanoke Bible College in the fall. Class Officer Hubert Liles Conner Jr. “Bud” S.C.O. President Tidewater Community College in the fall. Pamela Sue House “Pam” Looks forward to a happy future as Mrs. Danny Joyner. First student to enroll in Alliance Christian High School. “Valedictorian” Class Officer 16 William Charles Powell “Willie” “Basketball Pro” Planning to attend Apprentice School Looking forward to settling down and having a family. Pearl Delores Stallings “Pearl” First student to be accepted to college Planning to attend Old Dominion University. Thomas Edward Walker Jr. “Tommy” Highest Basketball Scorer S.C.O. Vice-President Planning to attend Roanoke Bible College. Graduation Chaplain Beach Rev. Earl Freeland Mr. Alvin Anderson, Principal 18 Steve Antonucci presents Mrs. Thompson with a gift. (Left to Right) FRONT ROW: Darlene Prescott, Rita Derleth, Karen Markham. BACK ROW: Vernon Goodrum, Mike Arban, Steve Antonucci, James Folz. 19 First Graduating class of A.C.H.S. (From left to right) Tommy Walker, Willie Powell, Pearl Stallings, Pam House, Bud Conner, Richard Clark. 20 Classes Our new school library Girl’s Gym Class Mrs. Jackson our school Our Juniors study before class, librarian. 22 Pres. Karen Starling; Vice Pres. Marla McCormick; Sec. Rita Derleth; Treas. James Folz. This year for the first graduating class of Alliance Christian High School the Juniors gave the Seniors a Junior-Senior Banquet, which was enjoyed by all that attended. In order to have this banquet the Juniors sold doughnuts and had a car wash. Rita Derleth James Folz Not Pictured: Darlene Prescott Karen Starling Marla McCormick 23 President Tim Lane; Vice-president Mike Wilburn; Sec.-Treas. Martha Spruill; H.R. Representative Cindy Matthews. Steve Antonucci Debra Conti Carol Clark Cheryl Davis Vernon Goodrum 24 Danny Harrison Timothy Lane Laura Luter Karen Markham Martha Spruill Jamie Sweeney -.ft .. Cindy Matthews Ed Spafard Not Pictured: Susan Deane Valerie Whitley Michael Wilburn President Star Mason; Vice-President Robin Rowe; Sec.-Treas. Robin Leitner; H.R. Representative David Lewis. Bobbett Anderson Billy Barker Elaine Brinkley Bonnie Buck Patricia Butler Palmer Cherry 26 Linwood Cuthriell Chris Jensen Becky Johnston Isaac King Robin Leitner David Lewis Rebecca Martinez Star Mason Kathy Netterville James Parish Della Perkins Jill Pittman Robin Rowe Glenn Stokes Grace Sutton David Vann Not Pictured: Jordon DeBerry Andy Dodd Andrew Loulies John Parker James Willard Sharon Winslow Hampton Wolfe 8th Grade James Jackson Paul Johnson Robert Leitner Paula McGlothlin 28 Not Pictured: Sharon Jernigan Colleen Lefils John Reed The 7th and 8th graders enjoyed a picnic at Sleepy Hole Park. 7 th Grade Debra Baumgardner Robin Beecher Beckie Clark Robin Crimm Theresa Garrett Paula Moore Joel Goodwin Mark Luter 29 Dorothy Noble Judi Pate Teresa Postell Greg Rowe Pres. Karla Starling; Vice-Pres. Robin Crimm; Sec.-Treas. Dot Noble; Representative Debbie Baumgardner. Organizations Annual Staff Editor; Steve Antonucci; Co-Editors: Robin Leitner, Ike King, Star Mason. Sponsor: Mrs. Thompson; Staff: Richard Clark, Tommy Walker, Rhonda Butler, Pearl Stallings, Pam House. 32 Newspaper Staff Editor: Elaine Brinkley; Co-Editor: Linwood Cuthriell, Bobbett Anderson, Jimmie Jackson; Typist: Pearl Stallings. Library Club President Laura Luter; Vice-Pres. Star Mason; Secretary Rita Derleth; Treasurer Rhonda Butler; Historian Gary Clark. The Library Club raised money to buy books for the Library. During the year the Library Club took a trip to the Richmond State Library. 33 S.C.O. Officers and Representatives Pres. Bud Conner; Vice-Pres. Tommy Walker; Secretary Carol Clark; Treasurer Steve Antonucci; Historian Linwood Cuthruiell; Sponsor Mr. Tom Ballance. 34 11th Grade, Karen Starling; .lOth Grade, Cindy Matthews; 9th Grade, Star Mason, David Lewis; 8th Grade, Wade Whitehurst; 7th Grade, Debbie Baumgardner. Drama Club President Pearl Stallings; Vice-President David Lewis; Sec.-Treas. Chris Jensen. Scenes from the Christmas Choral Reading produced by the Drama Club. Based on the birth of Jesus Christ. CuOOQHJttJ DhDnnJW o a a O X) .£ s-J ti D (D D- x; u X 36 Scenes from the new building 38 ADVERTISEMENTS ALBRIGHT ELECTRIC CO. CONTRACTORS HUDSON ' S HOUSE OF BEAUTY BEAUTY SHOP Residential— Commercial— Industrial Specialist in outside lighting VEPCO Recommended Electrical Contractor 488-2013 If no answer call 488-9137 Churchland Shopping Center Beauty Shop 484-1650 We Specialize In Art OPEN 9:00-5:30 Sat. 9:00-5:00 HARTUNG GALLERY Barber Shop 484-6939 THE FAMOUS SPECIALISTS IN FASHION Military Circle Mall Norfolk, Virginia 23502 420-3883 Complete Line of Art Supplies, Drafting Supplies, and Custom Framing Phone 488-3042 Res. 488-0587 High Court Streets Portsmouth, Virginia 23704 397-5841 Kenneth Hartung, Owner Complete Fund Raising Program Just PROFIT 40% on every dollar sold. Designed especially for your organization and programmed for the year. SHIRLEY GREETING CARD CO., INC. For additional information call collect. 3120 High Street Portsmouth, Virginia 23707 Dial 397-7251 39 LEWIS CHEVROLET PARKVIEW FLORIST Turnpike Rd. Harbor Dr. Portsmouth, Virginia 23704 3 blocks from Naval General Hospitals 178 Elm Ave. Phone 399-1341 Phone . . . 399-8227 OXFORD SQUARE Corner of High and Dinwiddie Streets Portsmouth, Virginia TAYLOR BROS. BUILDERS INC. Prestige Homes Portsmouth’s Leading Custom Builders Developers of BRITTANY WOODS TAYLORWOOD ESTATES FOREST HILLS CEDAR GROVE ACRES NO. 3 3420 King Street Portsmouth, Virginia 23707 Phone 393-1027 41 NAVAL PHARMACY NATIONWIDE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. Prescriptions Charlie Mason USCG (Ret.) Counselor 4714 Portsmouth Blvd. Portsmouth, Virginia Phone 488-8411 4015 Turnpike Rd. Porstmouth, Virginia 23701 Free Pick Up Dehvery On Prescriptions Bus. 399-3079 or 399-3070 Res. 488-6373 Auto — Fire Life — Health FREE CHECKING. THINK ABOUT IT! W»’l«OUt to build a better American AMEHICAM NATIONAL BANK MEMBER FDIC DODGE KING DODGE INC. 1313 High Street Porstmouth, Virginia Bus. 397-3431 42 KING OPTICAL COMPANY PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS 505 High Street Portsmouth, Virginia 23704 393-6741 43 WALTER W. PHILBRICK 4999 Portsmouth Blvd. Compliments of Phone 488-8367 For all your heating — cooling or plumbing needs. AL DAVENPORT CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION “Coming through for you” 2865 Airline Blvd. 488-8382 PARKS SEAFOOD ESTABLISHED 1920 SMITTY ' S 76 SERVICE Lee A. Smith Packers of Quality Breaded Seafood Clams— Cherrystone— Oysters 510 Elm Ave. Portsmouth, Va. At Alexander’s Corner 4017 Turnpike Rd. Porstmouth, Va. Dial: 397-1241 393-0901 399-9043 MANNING MOTORS BAILEY ' S FLORIST 2830 Airline Blvd. Portsmouth, Va. 488-3200 If no answer call: 488-5762 ELSIE E. W.C.McCaskUl 422 Constitution Ave. Portsmouth, Va. 393-2225 Nite — Sun. — Hoi. 488-1558 44 WELLS MOTORCYCLE CO. Compliments of DON COMER FORD 2525 Airline Blvd. Portsmouth, Va. 488-8311 4091 Portsmouth Blvd. Portsmouth, Virginia 399-6321 A SALUTE TO THE CLASS OF “1973” Compliments of DR. L. P. COOPER ALLIANCE CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL May we take this opportunity to thank all students who have supported the P.T.O. and have made it possible to reach our goal. 1972 - 1973 Portsmouth, Va. 397-5189 " OUR APPRECIATION TO OUR PATRONS " Louis J. Leitner O’Neals Cafee’s Bakery Chuck’s Hot Dogs 7 Eleven (West Norfolk Road) Style Crest Beauty Salon Hopewell Florist Nursery Compliments of West Norfolk Service Station Marland’s Quality Dress Shop Shep’s Marina Churchland 76 Body Shop 45 Not dark, disturbing mysteries that terrorize the senses . . . Not overpowering outside forces that benumb and enslave the soul . . . But joy and trust in our Supreme Maker: This is Life — this is really living. “Today is the beginning of the rest of your life.” Each day, being given you by God to use as you will, Can be wasted or used for good. Is all you have done today worth exchanging A day of your life for it? — for Time charges A very precious price — your LIFE. When tomorrow comes this day will be gone forever leaving in its place a memory And the future, a vision of hope. ■ -t ...I
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