Arlington High School - Accolade Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

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Your Where lt Counfsl Defying the rules to oreols r up the gome High school is the turning point of your life The octtons ond decisions you molse here determine your future lt is here where you STOVT to guide your life ond help to gurde others You were oltenoted No one wonted onything to do wtth you They sord you wouldnt listen They were right you wouldnt You wouldnt put up wtrh thetr negottve opinions You werent ooout to throw an the towel when times got desperote ond few wonted to help you you helped yourself Wtth true Golden Courage ond the 805 sprrit you pulled together to loteois up The focode Once you gained mo mentum nothing could stop you You defted the rules thot soid you were finished lnsteod of grvrng in you joined forces to set the record straight Nothtng could stop you Your youthfuinss wos undounted by tntlotton ond world problems, You become stronger with eoch prob- lem you foced You knew thot if you would ever hove o chonce to better the world you hod to better yourself And you did Thor is why there rs on ACCGLADE loecouse of you Uec use tryout your history A remembrance of your youth The lsinditng for the memories of your chtidhood A proclomotton for the ages excloim Y U RE WHERE iT C UNTSl V I ,, .V-AgV I V, Vg,-, ,V,', gV,V gV-V AAV, Vgug V, Vygg I ri, 'gyl V,,. 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Ir's o possibiliry if Korrino Powell wonrs ro combine her rwo ocriviries ond design milirory uniforms. Smolderlng hot . . . Noon Young lseeps 0 sreody hond on rhe solder. lr rolses o skilled rechnique ro do ir. Flutlsi on the move . . . Ploying on insrrurnenr ond rnorching or rhe some rlme isn'r eosy but somehow Llso Presron rnonoges ir. Q F-edC'f'r'Qgg lg, 'Nm'- Q , 4 1 FF' Ty, f' l sf A i l f CW W , I QM ' 7' 4' i MQW? l 6 gf il 5 " ew? V 1 hi? 'file qi 5 7, aw, 384' W 4 fi 21 ond counting . . . Thot's right, we're twenty' one, but still on the move showing the world this is WHERE IT COUNTS. Molsing If count In 82 Success doesntlcome by sitting loround, Behind every greot per- formonce is on 'even greoter work force o teom thot joins to- gether to molse something worth- while. Very seldom will people get or immediately creote the perfect donce routine or on oil-stor footboll squocl. lt tolses o lot of hord eore nest worls. First you must hove the dreoms ond the desire to rnoke those dreoms come true. One person con get the inspirotion but very seldom con he do it olone. It coils for teomworls, o commoroderie between two or more people who believe ond work for something better. This is the birth of o specioi lsincl of spirit. This spirit con t survive on its own. It tolses you the student ond life or Arlington High school to build lt up ond molse it strong, lt tolses your concern to nurture it olong. This spirit shows through with eoch ex- tro hour thot you work tocperfect the imoge of yourself ond your school, You keep the spirit olive with your persistence determine- tion ond declicotion. With eoch exrro mile thot you run you prove thot . . . YOU'PlE WHERE iT COUNTS! ' I With true Golden couroge ond 8Ofs spirit ' ig Opening X 5 wwf., NL ,qw- W nf-www-'Q' U I lj" ,. 1.. Q -'rw' , Jw .ml-'A ' W FJ' F73-if :QA nm F 'WM Q L gl Toblflo Qi? Comioms Srudenf Life Acodemlcs C obs Sports People S Closing 228 8 o . o . ' ' . - - 202 8!SrUde-nr Lnfe Divider 'rw '-.sq -,-,, 117' nunfn ,un , wlmaad 6' Everydoy somerhing new hoppens or school. Wollsing down rhe holl berween closses one con see groups of srudenrs con' versing, plonnlng offer-school ocrlviries ond possing nores. Srudenr Life i5n'r jusr whor goes on in school ir's much more rhon rhor. Srudenr Life involves donces, Homecoming, summer workshops ond onyrhlng rhor sru- denrs do, Turn rhe poges ro see whor you did ro molse Srudenr Life . . . WHERE IT COUNTS! Srudenr Life Dlviclerff? Summer Sights Reflect The Feelings Qt Freedom Summer. Sounds good doesn't it? Going to foirs ond cornivols, ploying tennis, wotching sunsets - oll of these ore o port of enjoying vocotion. After o long, hord yeor of worls ond study, students ond teochets olilse olwoys seem to be in need of o respite. School does ollovv sevetol holidoys ond doys off, still, o few months of lying bocls ore in order. "I sleep in lore every chonce l get in the summer," soys senior Cry- stol Brown. Not only do people sleep in bed, but they often cot-nop ot the poolside, smoth- ered in cocoonut oil ond soolsing up the toys. Why do students live for the longeowoired doy when they con leove school for three months? Exploins senior Liso Miller, "lt's reolly nice. I hove o chonce to be irresponsible ond lozyf' Adding o comment obout summer, senior Kothy Tip- ton stotes,"l hove time to do two of my fovor- ite things - grill steolss ond ride my bike." Sounds lilse summer is fun becouse of oll the things one con do, While some people rest or porticipote in vorious octiyities, others ottend workshops, summer school, honors progroms sponsored by universities, or wotls . . . This is the time when one con get owoy from oll the pressures ond hord worls of school life, lt is o time to relox ond cotch your breoth. Just remember, when school storts to get you down, theres olwoys summer! CAII photos by Photogrophy Editor, Lorri Prottb flu LJ Aboye A lozy doy ot the luke . . . Summer is Right, Fading into the night . . . This beoutiful sunset is certoinly o time for reloxotion ond whot better woy is just o smoll somple of some of the exhileroring scenes there to obtotn this thon fishing This sport ts both given by notute. As seen here, o worm summer sunset soothing ond fun for oll who potttctpote 10 lSummet is o perfect woy to end the doy, .W ,i,,,...-me--.. W .-wh' gg' X1-r" 'X-I ' - - f ""' V' if . x , Y, 3'.,'f',x in 3 I X , i . All ii o-X l .."N-f if i l '... I I' A' v ig i n- h P 'jriifbx W I, 4 XIAZLLJQWW 1 ,Ax r'A ', L - .pieal 5 " 'fa , L. ,,, ,. .,'.' J, div-.af xy, - .f 1, K . Q29 Yr? Mum. G 'x " xx Above. Circles of fun . . . This corrousel or fhe onnuol Morion County Foir offers fun for young children ond foscinorion for more rnorure residenrs os rhey enjoy rhe wonderful sight of colorful ond floshing Iighrs. Le-fr. A piece of the peaceful life . . . Lying by o cool srreom with swifrly running worer rends ro be o bir more relaxing rhon o hisrory closs. Severol porlss in rhe- srore offer such serrings os rhis ro enjoy, Summer! 11 The Final Excursions: You've Come A Long Way! Excitement, fun and a little bit of fear was present in the hearts of the 1981 senior class as they stood in the Hilton Brown Theotron at Butler University, and waited to be given one of the highest honors a high school student can receive - a diploma. They all lsnew it would be a night to remember, but still, there was an air of sadness as they would soon be former Golden Knights, Family and friends alilse watched as the students proudly stepped on the stage to accept their diplomas that they worlsed for four years to obtain. Yes, June 4, 1981 was a rewarding day for many. Bruce Dasson, who was the senior class valedictorian, tools a place in the spotlight as he made a final speech to his peers. And of course, Pat Gord' ner made a few closing comments to the class she worked for as Senior Class President. For every member of the graduating closs, the highlights of being a senior came to an end through the memorable commencement of 1981. Decorated with streamers and fancy tables, St, Peters Clover Center, proved to be ci memora- ble setting for the 1981 Junior!Senior Prom. The last school sponsored event before gradu- ation, the Prom turned out to be an enchant- ing evening filled with fun, dancing, and social- izing. One of the highlights ofthe Prom was the crowning of the King, Queen, Prince, and Prin- cess. Votes for the Royal Couples were taken as students entered. Farley Pounds turned out to be Prom King, Tracy Kerr was crowned Queen, Junior, Kim Ketchlsa recalls how she felt when crowned Prom Princess, "l was really surprised! l though someone else would win." The Prom will always be worth waiting for. After two to three years of being an under- classman, one really has a feeling of esteem. 1Qf6raduation Above, Bringing the ceiling down . . . The Prom provided entertainment as well as dancing. The crowd danced to the beat of the most current hits and listened to the wit and humor of the disc jockey. i 1 I , 1, I r Lefr, Feeling proud! . . . The '81 Prom court ore Kim Below. Best wishes . . . Closs Voledicforion Bruce Kerchlso, Princess, Michoel Flowers, Prince, Forley Besson, molces Q closing sroremenf ro me senior closs Pounds, Kingg ond Trocy Kerr, Queen. during commencemenr exercises or Durler Universiry. Above, Watch your steps . . . Lciuro Kneip, junior, ond her dore seem ro be raking o quick donce lesson or me Prom being held in rhe Sr. Perers Clover Cenrer, V Lefr, Our finol chance . . . Kim Lowrence helps Shoron 1 Bebley molse o few Iosr minure ocgusrmenrs jusr before 50, me groduorion ceremony begins, L, r ui '-f 1. .Sn ' ! . Prom X 13 Royol Knights Come Home ll , For The Event Qf The October 2 proved to be o night to remember for the Knights ot the onnuol Homecoming gome ogoinst Crispus Atruclss. The eventful evening wos groced with picture perfect weother. This wosjust one couse of the cheer- fulness ond spirit Homecoming '81 brought. A porode full of Golden Knights troveled throughout the neor Arlington oreo. Morching bond, floors, ond Psoyol Homecoming King ond Queen Condidotes morched down the neigh- borhood streets oll occomponied by police es- cort. The vorsity footboll sguod tomed the Attuclss tigers, coging them into o 84-7 win. Although it wos bitter cold, bundles of fons supported the foorboll teom onto victory. Along with cheer- leoders, pep club, ond fons, mony foculty flight. What 0 proud feeling . . . The enchonting couple who tools Queen ond King for rhe 1981 Homecoming were Seniors Trocy Murroy ond George Brodshow. iAfHomecoming Seoson members fought bocls the icy winds ond porrici- poted in the fun. Holftime roclseted in with o blost of entertoin- ment by the Goldenoires ond morching bond. Homecoming King ond Queen condidotes were on edge onticipoting the unseoling of the envelope. Trocy Murroy wos crowned Queen. George Brodshow wos crowned King. "I wos surprised I got King. I wos reolly hoppy, but I felt o little weird since I hod my muddy uniform on ond everyone else wos dressed up," ex- ploined Brodshow. Prince ond Princess ore now o port of Homecoming festivities Troy Bollinger ond Mory Mitchell received thot honor. The explosive extrovogonzo ended with o colorful fire-worls-filled slsy ond o crowd of spirit-filled fons. I iii I I I .,, ,,, vd..fgii,,.55-T:-fY.- . t -yr nw ' I-5:5 ' ,. 2 2mg 'mv - , AERA i Y: 'nl lgtfffh " " 'J " in 74: V i , e .... X 2 E . ' tiff' v f ,. . .Y 91, J i ,Q ,af i f , ' s f ,fl-4' ' J'u' L j 1 i V W il :ml iw-i"'.' .1-: . , im Jill'-j"fli' 1, Q35 '-ikiilik-il qi, i -' fr -ii si ,i-1 , H H Q, ,,,k 'MN i, .iii I i I i 5, i f C Z, fi-.,,'.i.S,if5" 5i"'-Qjif J . l ., . , ii, ,J ,M X, .,. l i Lefr The winner . , , Mory Alice Lone concenrrores on i I molsing rhis floor piciure perfecr She musr hove done ir 5 vvirh some help from rhe resr of rhe Science club, for f rhis vvos rhe winning floor, Below July 4? . . . Boosring spirits "slay high" rhe Homecoming fireworks display odded ci lor ro rhe evening lr gove rhe linighrs rhe feeling rhor rhere's no such rhing os losing il l i i l l l i .. eq, ., ug., gi JJ -...mt-7-K Lefr No turning back . . . This was one of rhe Above. You see rhor . . . Coach Crover gives senior vvinning ploys ogoinsr Arruclss, The gome vvos G fighr ro Richord Williams some rips for his nexr ploy There were rhe finish ond rurned our ro be 0 greor success, some crucioi momenis in rhe gome despire rhe lsnighis big win Homecomingflfi llighr. A little refresher , . . Suson Pioclserr ploys her role os she serves punch ro senior Donny Ennis ond her dore Kenny Sullivon from John Morsholl. Below. The Tumobouf condldotes were: firsr row, Apryl Joclcson, Fiono Longford, Priscillo Poindexrer, Deonno Srodler, ond Tresonoy Amos. Second rowg William Dennis, Tommy Slogle, Donnie Phillips, Donny Ennis, ond Bryonr Shorr. V ,fa j'?'w V , Av: ,jg-f,j1.j'.L'LA f ' 14 95, 4 , , wi ' ' ,fi ,. Thr' a ,P ll , i Righr. Slow donclng . . . Julio Ciorls ond her dore enjoy o Iirrle slow doncing before rhe evening comes ro iofTurnoDour on end. Slow music reolly broughr rhe couples ro rhe donce floor ro swoy wirh rhe music, , ' QM' Y' uk: Turnobout '81 The Girls Get Whot's it like to osk o guy for o dote? The Turnobout is on onnuol formol donce in which the girls get o chonce to osk their fovorite guys out for o very speciol evening. The girl buys the ticket ond olso treots her dote to dinner. The Turnobout wos threotened to be concelled the week before becouse of low ticket soles. The reoson being thot students thought the price of tickets wos too high ond put oft buying tickets until the lost minute. It wos hord for the donce committee to determine how mony couples were plonning to ottend. Mony were thrilled to leorn thot Turnobout would definitely toke ploce. "I wos reolly glod it wosn't con- celled. I hod olreody mode oll the plons ond it would hove been o reol let down if it did not pull through," stored junior Fiono Longford. Lost yeor's Turnobout wos held ot the IUPUI Left, The crowning . . . Here, senior Liso Legerwood crowns Tresonoy Amos, Cindy. Tommy Slogle fright? wos elected Cy. Pulls Through, Their Chonce Student Union Building on Volentine's Doy, The theme of the donce wos "I'm Just o Womon in Love," o song by Dorboro Streisond, which turned out to be very oppropriote. The donce Iosted from 8.00 to 12:00, four hours of doncing ond entertoinment, As couples entered, they voted for the yeor's Cy ond Cindy. Sophomore Tommy Slogle wos elected Cy ond senior Tresonoy Amos wos nomed Cindy. Despite the romontic evening, mony girls were glod to reverse the roles ogoin ond get things bock to normol. "lt wos fun toking him out for o chonge, but I don't think I would enjoy it being like thot oll the time," commented junior Toni Beol. Turnobout X 17 Perfect exchange . , . Greg Crose rnolses o perfecr bicycle exchange wirh his reomrndre during the Lirrie Five Hundred bilse roce. Entering the first turn . . . This Lirrle Five rider heads his bike into rhe firsr rurn during the dnnuol Lirrle Five Hundred roce. 'lr' " Vf+"':4lW Q fl ' , , , M Nfw Q' ' , ' fi it ' 3- f ,,"'-iii. , , ,, , . W, 5 , . ,yi,Qi,4j, , y - ' H" "f,,,,g,,, x . H S ,. Zn ' f I M ,,,'u , ., , H Showing their pride . . . The winners of rhe Lirrle Five 18fLirrIe 500 Hundred roce, Decorris Reed, Jomes Kennedy, Chorles Beilomy ond Morls Young, show their pride during the owords ceremonies. . The Spirit Qf Psocing Shown By Peddling In The Little 500 On Moy 22, mony were onxious to porticipote in the running of the onnuol Little 500. The roce, which wos token from the Little 500 of lndiono University, involved teoms of guys rid- ing 10-speeds down the trocls oround the foot- boll field. Eoch teom hod its own Queen condi- dote ond the winning teoms Queen condidote wos to be crowned Queen. As in previous yeors there were mony cuts ond bruises occomponied by much sweot. The win- ning teom consisted of seniors Chorles Bellomy, Jomes Kennedy, Decoris Reed, ond Milse Young. The Queen wos senior Priscillo Poin- dexter. "I wos so excited thot our teom won. I hove to odmit I hod doubts," commented Pris- cillo Poindexter, AHS does not hove just ony high school Little 500. Along with being one of the first to hold the roce, we hove the help of o true former IU. rocer. Dove Blose, science teocher helps cooch the teoms. He wos olso o figure in the movie "I3reoIsing Awoy." The girls don't just sit oround ond Iools pretty through the roce. They hove their own Pixie roce. Though their roce is shorter it is no less difficult. They ride tricycles. ilhondo Fitzgerold, Angie Fox, Kim Humphrey, ond Sondy Kerr mode up the winning teom for the Pixie roce. "The roce wos reol exciting. I wos glod thot we won becouse we troined long ond hord for it. Explaining the rules . . . Biology teocher Dove Dlose exploins the rules for the Little Five Hundred roce to contestonts. Little 500119 Tough Girls, Plough Ploys Molse Powderpuff A I-lit Senior girls were reody for the junior girls os they beot them in the Powderpuff gome held April 24, 140. Powderpuff is on onnuol gome of flog footboll. All junior ond senior girls were eligible to ploy. "The proctices were good but the gome wosn't. I guess it's becouse we lost," com- mented Kelly Armstrong, junior. The doys preceding the gome were very sunny ond pleosont. Everyone expected o nice doy for the gome but to no ovoil. Temperotures dropped ond cold winds blew, which mode for o very chilly doy. But thot didn't dompen spirits. Eoch girl trons- formed into o surprisingly tough footboll ployer. Crystol Drown ond Domoro Stewort were Right. Don't worry . . . Lester Goodridge, senior, consoles senior powder puff ployer, Clore McGee ofter the juniors goin 10 more yords, The seniors finolly ended the onnuol event victorious. 201 Powder Puff teom coptoins for the juniors, ond Clore McGee ond Priscillo Poindexter were senior coptoins. Eoch girl poid for her own teom jersey which turned out to be good for the cold weother. Different from the post, this yeor there were no guys cheerleoding. No one volunteered. "I hod o reol good time ploying. lt wos different with out ony cheerleaders, but it wos still fun ond crozy," commented junior Viclsi Horrell, Eoch yeor two mole teochers cooch the reoms. Chorles Poge, former sociol studies teocher ond present ossistont footboll cooch, cooched the senior teom ond Desmond Smith, former moth teocher, cooched the junior teom. 'W Lefr. Block that run . . . Junior powderpuff ployers rry ro biocls rhe Seniors ploy ond Iaeep rhern from scoring o rouchdown in rhe crucioi springrime evenr. Below. Ouchl . . . Corrie House helps senior, Brendo Jenkins with her injured leg. Drendo wos one of rhe few who had rhe misforrune of being hurr in on occidenr. fw ."""""""""""""""""" 4 , uf . . ... su-.ws '7"4"??3T9 '354i"XX - X , , V 'H K , . e,,,..x. A , MM-wWWW,,,,,,,,,,4,. , AW' K Y, , , IIN Y,AA,, , ,,v,, - e,.,Mf.v,. s . NW A M, ,,.. ,.,,, s.,,, , ,pf W""f"m""""- ::9,,,,,,,,fr..A.,.. .,,.. ,. , .,...... .. . . L i nn si" . ,,., . ,gn- : rhe gome ond sociolize wirh rheir friends. ff',f ' ,,i,Z7,,M,,,,, ,,.,,, .,,, , ..,, , Lefr. All smiles . . . These chilly specrorors don'r seem ro be borhered by rhe cold weorher os rhey worch Powder Pufff21 Below, Exit Stoge Left Dovedo Wyorr rhe Ri hr Mak ' . . . , g . e em fit . . . Michelle Sider, presidenr of rhe direcror of rhe ploy, hos her work cur our for her Thespions, helps pin Clenrice Sr'nirh's ponrs before he goes os she helps bring rhe rolenr of rhe ocrors ro rhe on sro . M' h ll A ge ic e e hos no chorocrer port in rhe ploy but surfoce. helped our boclfsroge. ,XX I Righr. Reheorslng . . . Williom Dennis CGeorgeD srudies from his "upstairs room" which is ocruolly 0 lodder. 221 Thespion Ploy l Thespions Show Their Tolent With Pride ln 'Uur Town" "Although we experienced some problems with ottendonce ot reheorsols ond technicol difficulties, on the whole l feel thot the produc- tion wos on ortistic success from the stondpoint of the octors involved," commented director Dovedo Wyott referring to this yeors Thespion ploy, "Our Town". Becouse of the generous contributions from members of the foculty ond Arlington potrons to the wordrobe deport- ment, the costuming wos unusuolly good," she continued. "Our Town," by Thornton Wilder, is cn ploy in three octs, eoch exploring cn different stoge in the lifes of the chorocters. The first wos dolly life, the second, love ond morrioge, ond the third, deoth. lt is primorily o story of the Gibbs ond Webb fomilies ond the growing romonce between George Gibbs ond Emily Webb, The ports were ployed by seniors Williom Dennis ond Lyndo Lontz, The first oct goes through on ordinory doy consisting of ordinory things, like school ond work, ln the second oct George ond Emily foll in love ond get morried. ln the third oct, Emily dies ond relives o doy in her life before occepting deoth. "The ploy wos pretty demonding for the octors os for os emotions go. But os olwoys, it wos o lot of fun to wotch the theme develop," re- morlsed Michelle Sider, Thespion president. Twonno Hill ond Lin Contino helped with the ploy os student directors. Left, Moy I take your order? . . . Milse Heod, os o sodo fountoin vvoiter, serves worer to Emily, CLyndo Lonrzb ond George CWilliom Dennisb. Thespion Ployf23 Below, Get that ball . . . P.E. reacher James Craver fries desperarely ro rake rhe ball away from senior Wyonne Hale. Above. It's our turn . . . The cheerleaders for rhe seniors have a grear rime cheering rheir rearn ro vicrory. Even if ir was jusr for fun, rhe girls sure had a worls our and many realized a lor of organizarion is involved. Righr. There's always hope . . . Mr. Robert Zerzl gives some encouragemenr ro rhe senior rearn when rhe game leaned in rhe favor af rhe faculry. Encouragemenr rnighr have been all they needed for rhey came our rhe vicrors. 2A!5enior-Faculry D-ball game Senior Vs. Foculty B-boll Mokes For Confusing Fun Fridoy, November 13, turned out to be on unlucky night for the members of the foculty. The seemingly unconqueroble foculty teom wos defeoted by the seniors in the Seniors vs. Foculty bosketboll gome. The gome wos close oll the woy with the seniors leoding in every quorter but the Qnd. With the seniors leoding ofter the fourth quortet, the foculty osked for on extro fifth quorter to see if they could win, but no such luck. The seniors beot them with o score of 20-25. "lt wos very exciting to win becouse the foculty hosn't been beot in 20 yeors," remorked senior Albert Redd. The gome is o good chonce for those seniors who hod never hod o chonce to be o cheer- leoder or bosketboll ployer. The senior girls cheered for the senior teom ond o few foculty members cheered for the foculty teom. "I om glod I got. o chonce to cheer. It wos o lot of fun, but I don't think I'd wont to do it oll the time," Above. Never give up . . . Senior Kevin Rushing fights ro breok in and grob the boll to prevent the foculty from scoring. Left. Never too late , . . Cleft to right? Romono Watson, Wendell Potker, ond Chris Allen show their spirit by cheering on the foculty teom. soid senior Kim Humphrey. Some believe the gome wos unfoir becouse o few olumni bosketboll ployers come bock to help out the foculty teom. There wos much controversy os to whether o full gome wos ployed in the first place. Some soy the first 2 guorters were not counted officiolly ond so it wos octuolly only o 8 quorter gome. Then ogoin, others believe the gome consisted of five full quorters. There ore orguments os to whether the seniors won ot oll. lt is now left to the innocent bystonders to decide. The Goldenoires performed their contest rou- tine ot holftime. Speciol Educotion teocher Chris Allen, Goldenoire director, performed with the girls. "lt wos very exciting to donce with the Goldenoires. The girls seemed to get o kick out of seeing how nervous I got before the perfor- monce," Mrs. Allen excloimed. Senior-Foculty I3-boll Gome!25 Righr. Ham It up . . . Elbo Meixueiro and Zahari Arsenisov show friendship as rhey pose for rhe camara 502,93 or a Young Life meeting. Mosr exchange srudenrs parricipare in this yourh group. 4227 My umm www. 1 Q 'rw' if .ia ilu? Above. Why English? , , . Ricardo Santana srudies for a quiz in English. Ricardo arrended AHS less rhan one semesrer before rransferring ro anorher school, Righr. Many interests . . . Lahori Arseni-:ov copies rhe formuias for his compurer marh class, The exchange srudenrs don'rjusr raise required courses. They have many inreresrs. Qo,-'Foreign Exchange Srudenrs ,if rf 94 1 1 f' Luv-we a ZQTBA 5224, Wig? ill QI' ' fe an it "Cn The Boats And Planes They're Coming To America" "Walk together, talk together all ye people of the earth, then and only then shall ye have peace," ls, in a way, the motto of AFS CAmeri- can Field Servicei. Each year a few students from far places come here to attend school. These students are part of the exchange pro- grams AFS and YFU CYouth for Understandingl. They learn all the American customs such as: baseball, hot dogs, and apple pie by living with American students. Zahari Arsenkov and Elba Meixueiro are the exchange students this year. Zahari is participat- ing in the AFS program and lives with Jim, Beth, and Tony Dunn. Zahari is from Yugoslavia. Elba, from Mexico, also with AFS, lives with Lisa Car- penter. "Elba has been trying to come to America for four years. She finally made lt. Having an exchange student is the greatest experience," epxlained Lisa. There was a third exchange student who transferred to another school before second semester. His name is Ricardo Santana. He participated in YFU and lived in Brazil. Left. Let's get serious . . . Elba Meixueiro is in deep contemplation as she studies the ways of America in her U.S. History class. Books, lunches, and school activities are all paid for by the organizations. Some parents and teachers are involved in the AFS committee which helps raise money for the organizations. They often work the concession stands for foot- ball games. The students attend school as sen- iors and are honorary members of the Student Council. The students stay in America for a year. Before they go back to their home lands, they generally take trips with the organizations to such places as New York City. "l will be so sad to see him go," remarked Beth Dunn, referring to Zahari. "After awhile, they seem just like a brother or sister. You learn all about their traditions and customs. Besides just being fun and interesting, having an exchange stu- dent as a house guest is a real learning exper- ience," she concluded. Foreign Exchange Students!27 Below. Such authentic beauty . . . Christmas is full of joy and the remembrance of how the season originated. Downtown visitors enjoy this life size manger scene. sf.. ,, , fvf ' " X laik? "wa" ff f , rf, Z, , ,Z 'fyg WI -- ,Wh fr rt- , 6: ' , C Vi r gg? ' ' I 'C V, C , -2, ag' -'14, -wr Above, Say it with diamonds . . . Santa Claus certainly has his hands full in this display window at a local jewelry shop, most stores expressed their spirit with decorations. Upper left Catching a cool breeze Many citizens ventured out in the cold wind to grab a little ice skating on the circle in spite of the weather, Iaiyf AW, ,,,,..M,,- -f ,iii ff 'f' ,, nv: zz tri 1- :WZ s 1 Fi' ill? Feeling The Glowing Spirit Of The Christmos Seoson Tinsel, Sontos, presents ond jingle bells - it's looking o lot like Christmos! Whot is Christmos? Well, Christmos is mony things, but most of oll, Christmos is o time for shoring ond coring. People hove mony different woys of celebrot- ing this joyous occosion. One of the moin events of this seoson for Hoosiers is the gigontic Christmos tree lights on the circle in downtown lndionopolis. Literolly thousonds of colored lights ore strung from the top of the Wor Memoriol to its bose, This hos become o trodition in the store for o long time, however, other ottroctions hove been odded to moke this londmork even more foscinoting. Recently, on outdoor ice skoting rink on the fountoin's bose hos been odded to the circle's festivities. This hos been very populor with the public becouse it is free of chotge. There is olso, of course, o life size monger scene which re- minds everyone of the ideo of whot Christmos Left. What Q site . . . The onnuol Christmos tree of lights is olwoys o populor ex7ent in our city, Thousonds of lights ore strung from the Wor Memoriol. is oll obout. Live Christmos trees ond lights con be found oll over the circle to reolly bring in the feeling of the seoson. One of the greotestjoys thot comes with Christ- mos is the sensotion of giving ond receiving gifts. Tiring work is done in preporotion of these presents. Usuolly shopping in o hot, crowded moll is not o lot of fun for mony people but with the spirit of Christmos oround, somehow we oll ore oble to tolerote this set-bock When oll the shopping is done, gifts hove been wropped ond the decorotions ore up, Christ- mos Eve orrives to o welcoming world. Then is the time to sit bock ond wotch the shining lights on the tree. The exhileroting feeling one feels os they wotch the shimmering, bright colors is thot of hope, hoppiness ond the confidence thot o new yeor is soon on its woy. 'Photos by Photogrophy Editor Lorri Prott Christmos!2O Below. All together now . . . Bond director Williorn Solzmonn ond Goldenoire Sponsor Christino Allen spend on ofternoon offer school with the Goldenoires ond bond ro proctice for on upcoming P I A 'A' 4 ,V V V, -,fi . iw: ' r V A , 1 - Litre' ,A ,,,V 4 AV fif? 'Fifi ' nf-ff r Wi fi ' W --e-msammw. ' '--31WW,wffM,, ,nf ' -' - . ,-,,,,3Wf2-- 24 "rf ks-, if . I V im- m,.,. 2 "'f'eM. 1 if -U " Z T 'liek ' 2 L-'W' W mi gome. - ., 1 -aw- 0, Above. One, two, three, hutl All foorboll reoms spend olor of time in the summer ond afternoons procricing for their gomes, Their dedication is greot ond their spirits strong. Right, Don't move on inch . . . ROTC members srond or otrention ro show their high milirory stondords ond proctices. ROTC is o closs os well os on ofrer-school activity, os they rnorch often for speciol porodes ond celebrations, 3O!After'School Activities Students Continue To Shine With Worthwhile CDrgoni7otions Brrrrring! For some students, the sound of the 2:55 pm bell meons they ore free from the clossroom hum drum - ot leost until the next doy, onywoy. But for mciny, it only meons thot their closs work is finished ond it's time to get crockin' on something 0 little different, but every bit os importont, ofter- school octivities. Certoinly we oll must ogree there is more to Arlington thonjust quizzes, homework ond finols, it tokes more thon thot to bring o school to life. Hord work ond dedicotion is o must if the clubs ore to ochieve their gools. Students ond teochers olike spend countless evenings ond weekends prepor- ing ond plonning for o worthwhile group thot will be fun, exciting ond rewording. First yeor Goldenoire, junior Pom Wheeler, ex- Upper left. Keep it perfect . . . One of the most tensing of times for the ROTC is inspection. Here one of the officers checks to see if this person hos everything in order. Left. Fun ln the sun . . . Mony groups sponsored floors ond vorious other octivities for the 1981 Homecoming, A long porode down Arlington Avenue ollowed the members ro show off their talent, pride ond spirit. ploins, "I think the time the Goldenoires spend ofter school is worth every moment we use. The more time we use, the more professionol we look on the floor, Of course, we do spend much more time procticing before contests, sometimes we stoy until ofter 7:00 pm." Mony orgonizotions ond sport groups perform oll over the store, this is 0 bountiful service to the school os these young people bring pride ond recognition to the students of Arlington. Clubs hove mony services to the school other thon recognition. PUSH for Excellonce invented o tutor- ing service for those who ore hoving troubles with their closses. Student Council sponsors donces ond fund-roising prqects to did the school ond to moke these four yeors o little bit more fun. After-School Activitiesf81 The Cafeteria -- Not Just Another Place Of Rest ls it a place to eat? Of course, many students do have their midday meal at this time. ls it a place to study? Again, many take advantage of the situation. But for most, the main event in the cafeteria is a time when they can all sit with their friends and socialize. Let's face it, school is not as easy as it may seem. To succeed in one's education, one must be hard-working and attentive. This leaves little time to talk with your friends. Who is dating who, where are we all going Friday night and what grade did you get on your history test are headlining sukjects to the students here. lt seems the gossip and games could go on long past the 40 minute period. Everyone knows there isn't a limit to how much time you can spend with your friends. lf one has forgotten to do his homework, and 32!Cofeteria Life that sutject just happens to be their next class, one can count on seeing that person with a pencil in his hand and a book wide open on the table in front of him. If there isn't room on the schedule for a study hall, the cafeteria often takes its place. Still, there is the human need to have food, so many can be found wading their way through the lunch lines. After you have studied for a class, a break is definitely in order. That's why so many grab a quick bite to eat and then settle back to relax. So whether you use your lunch time to eat, study or socialize, its bound to be your favorite class. But do the teachers who have to monitor these lunch periods feel the same way? 'All photos by Photographer Kelli Swem. Above. Lending a helping hand . .. Senior John Jamerson seems to be getting some help with a tough class problem from a fellow classmate, Right. Breaktime . . . Junior Tom Slagle takes advantage of the opportunity to sit back and relax after a long day of work and study, J . ,,, Ms... ...ng- Ar ...al 9:1 ff , , fa My Up . in 'W' 4 ' ,W " , G '40, ,- A My ff " ,furn- : VV , Delow. Everything you would wont to know . . . Morvo Hunt, sophomore, seems to think socioiizing is the best woy to poss her lunch hour. 1 - ,, , 97 ff ,M w Above. What o crowd . . . For whotever the reoson, most students erjoy their cofererio time ond put it to its best use. Left. A well-odvised friend . . .. Senior Cormen Tyler grobs o chonce to tolls to teocher Mr, Ed Word to get his opinion on o few suqects, Cofeterio Life!38 11953- 34!Acodemrc3 Duvuder nunta wj Ullwmi 6' When you here the word ocodemics, does it sound like the most importont ospect of school life? Acodemlcs is reolly the bosic reoson thot we ore in school. Of oll the different suqects thot o student con choose from, it's omozing thot there is enough time left in the doy to toke in oll the closses thot Arlington hos to offer. Mony students pick fields thot toke speciol skills for working such os, using their honds, or computers, typing, singing, ploying cm musicol instrument, drowing loyouts, work- ing on mochlnes or cors, speoking o foreign longuoge, computing difficult moth proo lems, writing detoiled compositions or poet- ry, toking photogrophs, pointing pictures or portroits for 0 living. No motter whot field or profession you choose YOU'RE WHERE IT COUNTS! Acodemics Divider X 35 The belnngs yourein yourseotthe honwmwodss due, os we get the drift of . . . Just Ploin English English boring? Thot is not the opinion of most students. English is moinly grommor ond literoture. lf you stop ond consider the mony odvontoges of the English deportment you will leorn thot the English deportment hos o lot to offer. Are you on ospiring journolist? Your writing obilities con be expressed by tolsing Journolism One ond Two, or by joining Knightwriters. lf octing is your future profession, closses in dro- mo ond speech moy ottroct your in- terest, or join the Thespoins ond por- ticipote in the ploys ond musicols. Sophomore Mory Keorney comment- ed, l'l didn't know how much tolsing .lournolism could help me until ofter I hod tolsen the course." Etymology is offered for the student who wonts to leorn the origin of words ond if one wonts to leorn more obout modern literoture, o course in modern literoture is ovoiloble. English con even be thought of os o foreign longuoge closs, For mony students it wos. A tutoring closs wos developed to help studnts from other countries to speols ond understond our longuoge better. As mony students found out, the Eng- lish Deportment is meoningful ond English con be fun. Above. Peeking through closed doors . . . Right, Another book fepon , , D David Lectures obour literoture ore just one of the Sgndergl frgshf-non' Works on his book repo,-, mony ports of English closs, os these students for his English 1 closs. Boola reports ore just OV9 fi0dif'l9 OUV- ,onother required ospect of this closs. So X English JZ' X' 4 .l , l a y ,ll -V X ,H ' , ,.,,,,lf0l S ja' fi -2+ iv -' ,l V1 if 1 c 4 Y-' 1 1" 'z 'X' V- L' lvaf Q :L tg f 1 '1 'ff ig 5 7 vi :fi ,, ' ,tl SEQ fi Q fi ,Q - , L1 HL, ,4 is ,Q 4 za " ii z, at 1 1, 24 pg 1 1-, ll- ff li V, 22 'il if F lg, 2 1 ui ug al ' 2 L' 9, j, ,S '15, ' -1. yr ' 2 one f , j I E' 3 , , 5 l 2 . . 3 X 5 Z X 2 is Q X ,ff ,,f, 1 .f"""" ' .J-f' ,,.. Qi .s""' an ve" i l- f is , X E y N i i f " If , 4 i 4 2 f viral'- as 2 . is s 2 I 43 ,Q , gl, 4: , YW saw N23 Below. This newspaper stuff ls harder than it looks . . . Journolism is fun buf ir rolses srudying ond logicol rninlsing, os rhese srudenrs ore finding our. . ' ,gr f 1. ' i M C . ' ... is 1 5 .L srl ff Mu ,f M -f if ww ? Left. Another theme? , . . All English srudenrs ore required ro wrire mony rhemes. Depending on rhe level of English one is in, the subjecr of rhemes con ronge from experiences on vocorions ro inreresfing people rhor rhe wrirer knows. Englislwf37 Our Longuoge hos been derived from other longuoges, mony foreigners believe thot we speok ln Foreign Tongues Did you know thot you could exper- ience culture shock here or school? ln one certoin wing of the building, ony student con porricipote who is willing to send his mind off to o foreign coun- try. In other words, this is the Foreign Longuoge Deportment. ln French closs, students studied the culture, history, ond lifestyles of the French people, not only in the usuol foshion, but olso by outside meons. French Club members visited muse- ums ond vorious resrouronrs, ond sponsored foreign pen-pols. The study of Sponish ond Mexicon people overflowed into the Sponish Club's octivities. Club members ond odvonced Sponish students met once o month to concock ond devour no- ni- f. ,,f,, , - tive foods. Trips to o museum ond restouronts olso were highlights. ln the Germon closses, the ogendo for the yeor consisted of eoring ot the Cofe Heidelberg ond o few trips to Checkers gomes. The Germon Club members ore known os the Deutschers. Also the club hosted their onnuol trip to Kings lslond, ond held other exciting octivities. Lotin students were delighted to see the closs return ofter o yeor's rest. Bock by populor demond, "The closs returned becouse the students ex- pressed on interest in it," exploined Williom Fishbock, Foreign Longuoge Deportment Heod. This closs olso proved to be helpful to future medi- col students. ,, 4 x :gpg ,tip Wyse-f Q ff' r - ft mf , , f fc,-,fftygyif ' 'j'j4g,4'6:3,4If.f'2- -1, ff i'5'fff4f-'f' 4 5, T y -T ' 1 A , 4, -4 Q 'L Above. He sold what? . . . These students Right, Lending o helping hand . . . leotn to speok French more fluently by Dionne Currin ond Jim Dunn help listening to recordings of French convetsorion, eoch other ptepote o vetbol lesson 38 X Foreign Longuoge in their Getmon closs. Above. All together now . . . A big porr Left. Concentrotlon . . . Listening ro o of leorning o foreign Ionguoge is repeoring f0'9i9n 'OVWQUOQG VWOUQVW h90dPh0fW95 C00 whor you have heord, os these srudenrs ore moke rnosrering rne ionguoge eosier. finding Our. s ---,..,,,..,,, Foreign Longuogeffrf? 4O!Att The Masters take their seats, and bring into being the talented and beautiful pieces that test our . . Creative Illustrators Artis getting more and more pop- ular. lt is catching up with other organizations on campus. There are many different techniques of ability taught here at Arlington, among them are lithography, a form of Japanese printing, Air brush, oil and acrylic paintings are some of the most popular art classes. Each year during the 500 art contest, Arlington art students are given many awards for origi- nal composition such as displays in the center hall of the first floor. Many graduates from Arlington's art classes have won scholarships to Ball State and IUPUI. There are many fields of art open to artists such as graphics which many broadcasting systems use for the colorful credits of the net- works. Other fields open to artists are architecture, animation and greeting cards. Art could be a worth while career to look into. its my .lust Right . . . shown above, thinks Almost Perfect . . . Shown right, Senior Derrick Chenoult, as his print turns out John Schuster works on an air-brush just like he planned. assignment until it's perfect 'Hi' Q' Steady Now . . . shown Iefr, Johnnie Concenfrovlon . . . Shown below, rhis McKnucIxIes concenrrores ro pur every srudenr shows rhe imporronce of hoving line in ir's proper ploce. o sreody hond ond o cleor mind. 41271411 M 7" ,S i W, -, Fine Lines . . . Shown obove, rhis srudenr uses his sreody honds ro clrow smoll delicore ourlines. AVI!-411 We leorn to be businesslilse ond orderly through o professionol ond efficient system, thot prepores us for O... World Of Business, Moth Johnny had three apples, he gave Mary two, how many apples does Johnny have left? Sounds simple doesn't it? Well how about this one x+y+z+14+2D+1:?. These types of problems were often pon- dered over by 1,000 Arlington stu- dents. Approximately 1,250 students were enrolled in various math classes this year. There were two computer classes with approximately 04 stu- dents in each. Basic moth, calculus, and advanced computer math are examples of eleven different courses of moth that were offered this year. Moth department head, Donald Clod- felter, was asked the tedius question of just how important math is to stu- dents. "Math is indeed important be- cause it is the language of science and business." Clodfelter also was asked what are the goals of this moth department each year. He stated, "To prepare each student for the mathematics they will need in their adult life." So hats off and brains turned on to basic, general, algebra, geometry and all the other math classes that were offered to students. In business you will have to deal with all types of different mathematical problems considering they are just about the some. Our school has var- ious classes lilse computer progrom- ming, filing, accounting, and business low. There are several procedures in busi- ness to tal-se to obtain your goal. ls moth important? Yes, math has to do with business lilse computers. Business and math raise plenty of deep thought and tough figuring. Above, Not another mistake! . . . Jana Fox, sophomore, leorns to type with speed only after molsing o few minor errors in her typing class A2f0usiness - Moth Right I have a question . . . Algebra 1 can be confusing unless one learns the basic fundomenrals being done heres Z -X.. Lefr. Thot's o hard one . . . Senior Below, Ler's try o new formula , . . Jerry Rircnie is in deep rhoughr os he Senior Mirch Curry procrices his compurer ponders over o seemingly rough programming slsills while enrolled in o compurer problem. populor computer closs, Above, I con't look ot the keyboard . . . Leorning rhe correcr posirion ond recnnique rolses procrice os rhis srudenr J shows. Dusnness - Morhf413 Each class, every student, each assignment, every activity and every single drill are all necessary parts for O... Life ln The Military "Ten-Shun", and many more com- mands can be heard as you enter the Ps.O.T.C. Department. PNOTC. stands for Reserves Officers Training Corps. The class is an elective pro- gram to help students who are plan- ning to, go into one of the armed forces, and to get a head start on preparing for the life in the military. R.O.T.C. is not just dressing in the reg- ulation uniform on Thursdays. You can always find the members at open houses, parades, and other spe cial activities. These activities are planned to help the students prepare for the services, which indude rifle shooting, physical training, learning first aid and, most of all, learning how to false commands and learning different kinds of drills. During the year a military ball is held for all R.O.T.C. students. Girls can even run for the position of military ball queen. ln the summer a student can attend a military camp. This spe- cial camp is set up to be the equiv- alent of being in the service. You take commands, wear uniforms, and learn the real meaning of survival. The R.O.TAC. department is headed by Sergeant 1st class Colley, Sergeant 'lst class Minor, and Sergeant 1st class Aylsworth, ADOV9 P9ffeCfi0f" - - - SQVQQOVV Aylsworth Left. Confusion . . . Sometimes even the makes sure every detail is perfect on all of best groups get O little "Off-step" when the students, all the way down to the there are so many feet. boots AA X ROTC ' 'xsswewtsc Lefr, Concentration , . . The besr woy Below. Practice makes perfect . . . ro look os good os possible is ro think Mordming in the Vererons Doy Porode is obour oll rhose hours of procrice, good procrice for these srudenrs. Above. INSPECTION . . . Ir's dose ro rhe "whine glove" resr our nor quire. As Ronald Swanson records everyrlwing rhor's wrong. Rorcfas Many skills are learned in both l-lame Economics and lndustrial Arts classes as we learn to . . . Survive Un Gut Gwn Home Economics is finally getting the attention of a lot of young men. They too, are feeling the importance of having to know how to survive and support your- self on your own. "More and more boys don't feel like its a fe- male or sissy thing to do Cgetting into Home Ec.D," states Josephine Holder, department head. Girls are reacting the some about get- ting into Industrial Arts. lt too holds a lot of advantages, and there are many sklls to be learned. Classes offered in Home Ec. are foods, clothing, senior clothing, family health, family living, child cate, development housing, home management and needle art. Some of the many advan- tages of these classes are.in pre- paring students for home and family life, taking core of the sick and the injured, raising children and understanding them, prepar- ing nutritious and economical meals, purchasing food and main- taining a stable economics, select- ing the right home, scheduling your time, and buying and con- structing clothing. In crafts, you learn how to make projects, There are many careers you can go into after learning these skills in Home Ec. Not needing any further schooling, these are simple careers you can get into right after high school, child care centers, fast food restaurant work, candy stripers at hospitals and many other fields. Advantages of Industrial Arts are that it's a part of general educa- tion and gives students a learning knowledge of how products are designed and used. lt also helps students develop and find their lo cation for an occupation. "It helps a person to be self-relient and have confidence in maintain- ing their own home and other personal items they may own," stated Bernard Heeke. He also ad- ded, "There's no job really done well unless you do it yourself." Classes offered in Industrial Arts are construction industry, metal work- ing, graphic arts drafting, power mechanics, vocational electronics and introduction to industry. Brain Work . . . Shown above here, I hope I'm doing this tight . . . Shown Troy Jones works hard to create the right, Clothing is a class that can give perfect home of the future. you a job or just the knowledge of Aofl-lame Ecanomicsflndusttial Arts clothes, as this student is finding out MMMM, those look good . . . Lefr, rhese girls musr leorh ro be good cooks ro poss rhe closs, which will help rhem lorer on in life, Almost done . . . Shown below, much skill ond o sreody hond is needed ro do rhe job rhor is required of srudenrs in Merols closs. fu' 11' Is that how lt's supposed to look? . . . Erik Keiner ond Alberr Redd ore finding rhor leornimg how ro cools for yourself con be fun ond helpful. Home Economics! Ihdusrriol Arrs X 417 Science, mystery ond romoncez subjects thot con be found in one of our school's biggest rooms. A room with information from every suqect in the . . . World Cf Knowledge Shhh, be quiet pleose! Thor is whot most people heor in the librory. A librgry is o ploce for study, reseorch or just enjoying reoding. "l think the stu- dents' interest in the Medio Center hos increosed, ond they come in for pleosure even when there's nothing ossigned," comments heod librorion Morgoret Schroedle. A troining course wos storted this yeor for students who were interested in o coreer os o librorion. A student could become o librory ossistont ofter tolsing o librory experience course, Current interests in reoding moteriol thLs post yeor wos terror, mystery, science fic- tion, ond romonce. Mr. Cosh comments, "Our deport- ment, CAudio-Visuolb, wos primorily o service deportment. The biggest job of the AV center wos to bring in films ond moteriols from locol librories, dis- tribute them to teochers, ond then get them bocls to the librories," The AV center wos olso responsible for equipment, such os prqectors, record ployers, ond other sound equipment. Lost of oll, be glod you gove them o big smile lost foll. Thot's right, the AV center tools l.D. pictures. SlOGF2APl-lY Above. So many choices . . . Finding o WQW- This one lm" Q1-me "QM ' - - bools in o librory is not hord but, Teochers worlsing in the librory con be Choosing one to reod is, There ore so very helpful in checlsing homework ond n subects ond outhors to choose onswering questions os Jocqueline White, mo y j from thot o student just might get counselor, demonstrotes here. confused. 4123! Medio Center - Audio Visuol ff' T Lefr. Must be interesting reading . . This freshman reods guierly in o corner of rhe liorory. The Iibrory hos o wide voriery of subjecrs ond rhis srudenr hos obviously found one ro his lilsing. Below. This should do It . . . Purring up disploys ond changing rhe weekly colendor in rhe librory ore jusr rwo of rhe jobs of o librory ossisronr. lf-QW 19" will -ws .,,.,., Below, Sfondlng room only .. . This scene is reperirious os srudenrs gorher or rhe check- our desk or rhe end of eoch period ro check our rhe boolxs rhey wish ro reods Medio Cenrer - Audio Visuol!4O Con you imogine whot o footboll gome would be like without them? Or o bosl-xetboll gome, or o pep ' session? Who ore they? The . . . Performonce People One of Arlington's foremost centerpieces is its bonds. The bond peps us up ot gomes, ond pep sessions. They represent Arling- ton's best ot concerts ond contests, ond they lseep working on thot evetlosting tosls of becoming just o little bit better. "One of the enjoyoble things obout teoching bond to me, is heoring improvement in o piece from week to week," sciys Mr. Solzmonn, bond director. He soys teoching bond gives him on outlet for expression through music, which he hos been interested in since high school, where he re- ceived o music scholorship to o store college. Mt. Solzmonn soys thot every yeor he hotes to see the seniors go becouse they ore the lecidets in the bond, but reolizes thot there will be somebody to fill their ploces. This yeor there were more people in bond thon in severol yeors post. He feels the guolity of the bonds seems to get better ev- ery yeor. During April, Concert Bond went to the Stote Contest held in Green- wood ond performed. "We hove olot of dedicoted people in the bond, but some people do need to work hotd to toise stondotds," stores Solzmonn. Senior, Arthur Conttell noted, "Port of the reoson we hove such 0 good bond is becouse we hove o good director." "Mt, Solzmonn hos been doing o gteotjob getting us together, ond with him we will be the best," soys Dovid Shinn. Senior Norm O'l3rien stored, "Some students tty reolly hord to put on o good performonce, ond others goof off. I wish thot they would tolse it more seriously." is r, Above. Concenttotlon ls Important . . . To Right. Loid bock and easy . . . Dtyont Short, ploying his music os well cis Tlichotd Ripley demonstrotes ploying possible is his moin concern. his contro boss, ond teloxing o little 50 Bond X Music ot the some time. , N-,, LO R . 035, . 4 if a '90 'O ff ff m, I V XX .ay-, f. . 'K--.Tw 4 , .Q ,L -, 2 s X 2 1 K ! , 5,-,,4K1,,3 fx Dk . 'if 4 x ' ek , 4 . 3 I 'LI I Y k.,.. x .1 aux .4 una! My i, - , , . N ,V - 5 7? F 'O . f we xv, 1 Q, I Wyywyw, fa 2 pf-iff, mf 1 -, my IQ2'V'xYQ57. : W f 'ZWZJ 4 iff? f ,W W 1 , I ,. 6 ,V ,XM .. ,, D,'rf' if fin, ,I 4 M517 7fVA'M0i fag 4 f Eoch yeor rhese groups bring glorious orrenrion ro rhe school, nor ro menrion rhe experr sounds of music rhese people bring ro rhe srudenrs. They ore . . . The Melody Molsers Every yeor rhe members in rhese groups devore hours of rime ro per- form musicol progroms. These speciol groups ore rhe Arlingrones, Concerr Choir, Knighrengoles, Knighrsingers, ond Freshmen Girls' Choir. This yeor, rhe Arlingrones compered in disrricr ond srore conresrs ond re- ceived o firsr division roring in borh. "The orrirudes were o lor berrer rhis yeor, One of rhe problems wos ger- ring rheir performonce ourfirs com- plered on rime," stored Ken Lewis, choir direcror, "The Concerr Choir is rhe besr l've ever hod, ond olso rhe besr rhe school hos ever hod," soid Lewis. The choir orrended o conresr of rhe Muror Shrine ond ploced second ond song in Chicogo wirh rhe Performing Arrs Abrood compony. They compered wirh choirs from oll over rhe world for gold honors. Knighrengoles ploced second in store conresr on April 24rh, Lewis nored, "The second semesrer improved rhem o greor deol. Knighrsingers wos smoller rhis yeor rhon ir hos been in posr yeors." The Freshmen Girls' Choir performed in rhe Chrisrmos Concerr ond hod o videorope of rhemselves senr ro Min- nesoro Srore Teochers Conferrence. "I om very pleosed wirh rhe choir," srores direcror Zondo Monrgomery. The Mind Dome in which rhe choir sings is o simulored rheorre. lr is de- signed ro help rhem focus on rhem- selves insreod of whor orhers rhinls of their singing. Lewis commenred, "l'm exrremely proud of rhe guoliry of rhe music sung in rhe closses. They ore os good os rhey hove ever been ond somerimes befrer, ond in o rime when music hos shown o decline in numbers ond guol- iry, Arlingron hos moinroined ir's srrong herirogef' Above. Perfection or Its fines! . . . Right, Reflections . . . The freshmen Exemplifying rhe rogerherness of rhe Concerr girls' choir worm up rheir voices ond Choir, rhis smoll porrion of rhe group disploys worch rheir performonce in rhe mirror in irs rolenrs or rhe Chrisrmos Concerr. rhe Mind Dome. 52!Choirs - Music Tvplfft, at -A i .vast ., sp f ' -s Left. Paying close attention . . . Senior Below. Practice makes perfect . . . ls Arthur Cantrell listens and learns more what music teacher Ken Lewis stresses about playing major and minor scales on to his Concert Choir students, and they the keyboard. sure are close to ir, Xt A lli t - 'Wfff llllll Above. Learnlng to play keyboard . . , Students eagerly pay attention as they learn the fundamentals of music in their music theory class. 'hx 'WY III Choirs - Music!5CS The mony strenuous octiyities thot tolse ploce in gym Sound in closs help to produce o . . . M d And Body One, two, three, four, two, two, three, four These con only be the sounds of the Physicol Educotion students when they go through their worm up exercises. Deportment heod Mr. Joe Droughon comments, "Were the only deportment where the students go oround with their re- port cords on disploy oll the time." Athletic Director Mr. Willie Mortin stores, "A sound body ond o sound mind connot be seporotedf' Physicol Educotion is oll obout o per- son trying to do o little better thon before. Usuolly tolsen in summer school or during the freshmon yeor, Physicol Educotion is o required course. After the two required semes- ters, o student then moy choose to tolse Advonced Physicol Educotion. To become o Gym Assistont o student hos to mointoin o "B" overoge in gym, be recommended by one of the gym teochers, ond be opproved by Mr. Droughon. l-leolth, o port of the Physicol Educo- tion progrom, is onother required closs thot explores the body ond the mind so thot students moy better un- derstond the woy they function ond oct. Physicol Educotion ond Heolth closses try to promote heolthy bodies ond heolthy minds. Other closses ossociot- ed with Physicol Educotion ore Drug Educotion ond Drivers' Educotion. ADOVG. AW0iIlr1Q fhe bull . - - N00 Right. Are they upside down? Or not? Ahlbrond serves to the opposing teom in , , , Rolling, fumbling' ond flipping Ore W5 QYVTW C1055 just port of the routine in gym closs to 54!Phystcol Educotion help keep bodies fir. if , Wgwwwigfr-Wir, 'ff , 5513? j . K Y ,I 'jfffgff H 5 , J wi- - - .X -. -X g Lefr, Bock breaking fun . . . Flipping over like rhis srudenr shows here could fend ro molse ci person very dizzy, Lefr. I'II get lf Freshmen girls gym is oil smiles for rhe girls os rhey ploy o procrice game of volleyboll. Below. Coordination . . . One of rhe hord porrs of volleyboll is rerurning rhe boil wirhour lerring ir rouch rhe ground. Physicol EduCorion!55 Each day makes foreign lands and foreign places closer to us, just by walking into a class and . . . Learning About Society Politics, geography, world econo- my, black history, foreign affairs, elections, United States history, government, world civilization and social groups are just some of the courses offered by the Social Stud- ies department to put a variety in each student's look at history. For all students planning to gra- duate, two semesters of US History and one semester each of gov- ernment and economics must be taken during one's junior and sen- ior year. These three classes offer a wide range of student activities such as mock elections, world trade games and competitions on local and notional levels. All the courses offered in the Social Studies department help students broad- en their knowledge and insight of the world government and social systems.- lf one is bizarre or just curious minded as to how human behav- ior and patterns work, Psychology, a one semester course, is offered. To further one's knowledge, Soci- ology explains the problems of mankind. Afro-American History is a course offered in which one studies and learns the heritage and cultures of past generations. lf one is interested in any of these topics, the Social Studies depart- ment is the place for you. 'S' -f mga., 4.44 .,..... f. .V Above. Deep In thought . . . This 'Y QWWM If Right. TEST . . . Every student knows the freshman finds that studying hard will importance of reading and studying for their help on the test. 5ofSocial Studies GXOVTWS LefT. An "old fashioned" teacher A One who srill cores enough ro lecrure in his closses wirh o personol rouch. Below. Cotchlng the comero . . . Ar rhis poinr these srudenrs seem ro be more inreresred in gerring rheir picrure rolsen. vue' f 1 1. - J, 1 r l w ,',,2 7' 9 of ' 1 4 O ,f- ' .gsibff ,K if Z ' """"' " ,, ,wrmnvaravi , . V -,,,..--- 'Kiln-..,,g W, -mums h.,, , VW If Q if ,, ,'f, year , ,, My 2 7 M , ff, ',29""" J if , ff' ff Www Z ' Z, 0' 74, -, ., 7 :Lij657f"A- , .-gg. -b :saw "J" ' ..x ' f I ms' NN. Z.,-ru, , l l 1, l V .1 " Above, Must be Interesting . . . I .X Srudying how people lived in for off - ' T' ff ? W 2 ' places in one porr of rhe freshmen 47 NNN 4 I curriculum. r l - 1 1.4, , ,...,, , ' fa .. I. lx- 'ir Soclol Srud1esf57 The universe is composed of mony different substonces. The field of science opens mony doors obout eorth's . . . Men And Motter Whot is science? ls it biology, chemis- try, onotomy, or finding the onswer to mind-boggling problems? Well our Science Deportment is thot ond more, This deportment hos olot of closses to offer representing mony oreos of the science field. "Right now AHS is offer- ing more thon ony other public sd'iool," stoted Mr. Robert McClory, Science Deportment heod. Hove you ever seen doy chonge to night right before your very eyes? You hove if you visited the plonetor- ium where the foscinoting indepth study of the stors, moon ond plonets tolses ploce. Do you lsnow how mony eggs o fish con corry? Or how long o frog con live without woter, or whot the inside of o fetol pig loolss lil-re? Through the two Biology courses offered, one could hove discovered this ond mony other things. Such os experimenting with onimols like 2- heoded ploneriums or the preserved cots. lf thot's too much for your stom- och to hondle, something o little more settling wos olso offered, Physics, Chemistry ond Eorth Science. Most of the science closses were of- fered os two semester courses ond on the odvonced level. "Mony stu- dents were tolsing science closses thot were not required," stores Mr. McClory. Your science boclsground could hove been furthered by joining the Science Club, sponsored by Mr. McClory, or Junior Engineers Troining Science, the J.E.T.S., sponsored by Glodysmoe Good. "College students who hove groduot- ed from AHS hove come bocls ond soid thot tolsing science hos helped them olot." soys McClory. Above' lf hos 'O be Peff9Cf'Y 9V9f1 - - - Right Where'd the poncreos go? . . . LoDonn Wodlington ond Denise Sims get the exoct weight for o peonut os one of their loborotory ossignments 58 X Science Morto Dougherty ond Robert Dodson, seniors, explore mony bodily functions of the cot in odvonced biology, 9' ,,,t W' if f 1 f Lefr. I think this is the right color . , . Frohcis Drown holds o resr rube up ro rhe sum to see if her experimenr hos chonged ro rhe correcr color. Below. LOOK Of fhlsl - - - Michoei For borrom. It must be perfect . . . Paul WQNDOUQN QWGS I-OWOOOIQO Smifh The Rirchie, freshmen, observes his experimenr observorion nores of rheir experimenr for Very Cgfefully O5 if is impormnf fo gef me hQf TO CODY for ThGiI' lOb OSSiQ0fTWeI'Tl'. Cgffgcf fefnpefgfufel Everyone, ot leost once hos needed help, whether in o coreer choice or in o hord closs, either woy AHS. offers to onybody these . . . Extroordinory Closses Every deportment in school spe- ciolizes in one certoin oreo of edu- cotion. Bur there ore o couple of speciol deportments thot cover everything from Science to English to Moth to leorning how to find o job ond lseep it. These deport- ments ore the Speciol Educotion deportment ond the Coreer Edu- cotion deportment. The Speciol Educotion deportment hos been creoted for students with speciol leorning needs. Eoch stu- dent hos o speciol schedule with quolified teochers to meet their in- dividuol needs, ond to give them the ottention thot they need. The teochers work closely with eoch student to leorn obour them ond help them understond whot is being tought. The Coreer Educotion Deportment is one thot con help prepore stu- dents for finding o good job, leorn- ing how to fill out on opplicotion, ond how to odvonce in the job thot they hove. Eoch student is given o grode for the job thot is done by the employer, this is COE. Also there is ICT which deols with vocotionol or shop closses, Industri- ol Co-op troining. DE, Distributive Educotion, involves distributing, soles ond merchondising. Any of these closses con help stu- dents understond whot it reolly tokes to mol-ze it on your own. fi A Above. Concentration . . . While ctomming Right. Toking time out , . . This student for on exom, Gory Shotwell does o little glonces ot his theme before the closs extro worls. period is over. oOfCoreer - Speciol Educotion """""N-'W . Lefr. Hard at work , . . These rhree srudenrs work diligenrly ar rheir rest in English class. ,at ff ? NNW ii . Rims. ' , ,N We - l . i Below. Realizing lt takes effort . . . These srudenrs see rhar every class demands alot of dedication. if r,....,,m....?f3?W? ,,,,,,, ,,.. .i,. 5 . 'UI M W , U at X WOM ll i ,K ' ' 2-jg usmmewmwyu :ik Z Left. Studying pays of! . . . These srudenrs seem ro glide rhrough rheir resrs with ease afrer a nighr of prepararion. Career - Special Educarionfal C2 I Clubs Dvvuder 2 XLU 'T i "" Q. Asa, Ldlwmu' :Junta 'HIV' 6 So you're nor orhleric. Thor doesn'r meon you're our of oll the exrro-curriculor fun. There ore o lor of clubs ond orgonizorions for you ro join. Moybe you don'r sing greor bur you hove on eor for Ionguoges. Per- hops you lilse sornerhing rhor gives you reol experience, ro help you in life, like o busi- ness or indusrriol group. Whorever ir is: bowling, science, morh, wriring, or public speolsing, erc., ir's here for rhe choosing becouse . . . YOU'RE WHERE IT COUNTS! . . lin Clubs Clubs Diyiderfo13 A Orchestra Orchestra Row 1: Lorena Mc6ow Cathy Kendricls Crystal Oldham, Andrea Crawford Andrea Price Natalie Maul Pia Aaron Regina Grubbs Claire Burnett Don Norman Nancy Perkins Nick lkerd and William Baker Row 2: Andrea Laisure Valerie Garret Karen Parker Maria Dougherty Lori Haverstick Fiona Langford Brian Reed Paul Ritchie Sandy Kerlin. Row 3: Todd Shaw Brian Aubran Shangia Woods Claudia Butler Bryant Short Sherrie Hughs Anthony Geralds Arthur Cantrell Jeff White Kris Lee David Guynn Clenttce Smith and Javon Bartlett Norman O'l3rian, Linda Contino, .Iohnna Hampton, and A Bond A Band Row 1: Jeff Edgecomb, Charlton Lee, Mike Head, Richard Ripley, Greg Anderson, Jeff White, Arthur Cantrell, and Mike Sheehan, Row 2: Rosiline Floyd, Joyce Cotrell, Claudio Butler, Rebecca Geralds, Fiona Langford, Carol Durrham, Stacey Lee, Jill Yates, Norman O'Drian, Sterling Boyd, and Mike Harris. Row 8: Suzanne McKinley, Angie Lee, Daryn Golder, Vanessa King, Sherry Kendricks, Bryon Reed, Lori Hoverstick, Laurie Herald, Shangia Woods, Todd Shaw, Anthony Gerolds, Row 4: Clentice Smith, Melanie Wheatly, Angela Laisure, Jeff Smith, Damon Smith, Tommy Jennings, Sherrie Hughs, Terrence Pollard, and Mr, Salzmonn, Row 5: Scott McPhail, Kevin Floyd, Darryl Goliday, Mark Drown, and Tim Kendricks. Srring Trio String Trio: Carhy Kendrick, Andrea Crawford, and Dryanr Snort Srring Ensemble String Ensemble Row 1: Lorena McGow, Carhy Kendrick Crystal Oldham, Pia Aaron, Regina Grubbs and Claire Burnerr, Row 2: Dryanr Shorr, Valerie Garrerr, Karen Parker, Andrea Crawford, Maria Dougherty, Don Norman, Nancy Perkins and Johnna Hampton. B Band B Band Raw 1: Gary Kendricks Carl Sam, Ronald Stroks, Anthony Sandlin Jaseph Pollard Phylis Day, and Daman Fair Row 2: Stacy Lee Jody Macy, Melinda Ray Etienne Lacey Cathy Lawson Diedra Alexandra Teresa Smith Lynda Marsh and Lisa Preston. Row 0: Vickie Jackson, Danna McKnight Paul Ritchie, Michelle Woods Rasito Floyd Rhonda Chambers, Anthony Emerson Kim Cheatum Mark Allemang, Angie Marsse and Dorothy Bufala. Row 4: Allen Brian Albrand Vernon Squires Ronald Brittain Cathy Crumpton Sandy Kerkland Adrienno Hauser Shanaire Chambers. Row 5: Mr. Salzmann David Roe Mark Rushing Jovern Bartlett King Scott Jerome Puryear David Guynn Rebecca Maynard Darryl Green Irish Gilbert and Brian Daniels. Albrond, Anthony Cueralds, Darryn Pendergrass, Keith Miller, Pep Band Pep Bond Row 1: Sherry Hughs, Anthony Geralds, Sterling Boyd, Jeff White, Jae Johnson, and Shangia Woods, Row 2: Arthur Cantrell, Mike Sheehan, Claudia Butler, Mike Head, Tim Kendrick, Jovan Bartlett, Anthony Jackson, Mark Brown, and Andrea Price. Row 8: Clentice Smith, Andrea Laisure, Jeff Smith, Daman Spire, Brian Albrond, Alan Albrond, Tony Mathis, Gerry Bendie, Darrell Galiday, Tadd Show, Anthony Clark, and Mr. Salzmann. x if , 'Sei I x 'ESR W Goldenaires Goldenoires Center Front Row: Kelly Armstrong. Center Second Row: Carolyn Anderson, Deanna Stadler, and Ruthie Clark. Center Back Row: Mrs. Allen, Left Side: Lisa Brown, Missy Lang, Darla Jones, Michelle Sider, Toni Beal, Patricia Perry, Sharri Sutton, Chris Kennedy, Teresa Bradshaw, and Pam Wheeler. Right Side: Terri Ziegler, Georgette Jones, Francheska Norman, Crystal Moore, Beth Armstrong, Valerie Garret, Relia Mann, Fiona Langford, Sonya Shelby, Vicki Harrell and Renea Floyd. Marching Band Marching Bond: Row 1: Kenneth Glass, David Shinn, Scott McFeel, Carl Sam, Kevin Floyd, Howard Smith, Garfield Kelly, Glenn Harvey and Tony Mathis, Row 2: Judith Dill, Andrea Lalsure, Andrea Price, Mealine Wheatley, Sherry Hughes, Suzane McKinsey, Lori Haverstick, Angela Smith, Rosiline Floyd, Adrennia Hauser, and Shangia Woods. Row 3: Stacey Lee, Amanda McNeil, Sherri Kendrick, Joyce Catrell, Sandy Kirkland, Vanessa King, Carol Burnam, Becky Maynard, Rosita Floyd, Jeff Smith, Byron Reed, Daryn Golder, and Damon Spike. Row 4: Laurie Herald, Rodney Radford, Lisa Preston, Mike Sheehan, Terrance Pollard, Robyn Jackson, Anthony Jackson, Javern Bartlett, Clentice Smith, Allen Albrand, Keith Milles. Row 5: Greg Addison, Paul Ritchie, Chris Lee, Claudia Butler, Brian Daniels, Mark Allemang, Joe Johnson, Jerome Puryer, Becky Geralds, Mike Head and Mr. Salzmann, Row 6: Mark Brown, Tim Kendrick, Jeff White, Carol Ross, Norman O'Brien, Tony Gerald, Tony Clark, Etienne Lacey, Irish Gilbert, Jeff Edgecomb, Richard Ripley, Todd Shaw and Arthur Cantrell. Row 7: Michael Harris, Ronald Starks, Joe Pollard, Tony Sandlin and Darryl Goliday, I Knlghtsingers Knlghtsingers Row 1 Danny Norman Morris Hutchinson Craig Davis Randy McPheron Tum Conroy and Bissell Smith Row 2 Eric Driver Stephen Brewer Sam Hill David Fox Adrian Ledell Stuart Hunter and William Jordan Row David Burns Seth Barnett and Tim Bass Row 4 James Taylor Brian Dodson Milse Flay Tim Neal Jerome Taylor Jason Neely Danny Obrlen Steve Magnum and Donald Gllberr I ' :I A I ' . ,, 1' an ' ' ' I ' lr , f if 3: Jim Benson, Michael Strode, Curt Elliott, Jim Alexander, K J ' , ' . : i 1 - s A 1 V I i J , l V A 1 V, A A J sf ,S rx f Knightingales Knlghtlngales Row 1: Tonya Styles, Joyce Harris, Adrinia Jones, Drienne Hauser, Stephanie Royal and Linda Contino. Row 2: Mary Pearcey, Sherry Begley, Valerie Garret, Keshia Butler, Julie Reeves and Shirley Schwizer. Row 3: LaVonne Jones, Renee Patterson, Diana Eversale, Yolanda Dinlsins, Pauls Page, Jackie Wells, Trina Meade and Cherly Williams. Arlingrones Arlingtonesz Row 1: Claire Darnerr, Tonya Jewell, Deniese Dugger, Crysral Dailey, Norma Shelbourne, Karen Parker, Nancy Perkins, Cheri Malin, Maria Dougherty, and Valda Freeman, Row 2: Srevvarr Hunrer Troy Dickerson William Dennis Donnie Phillips Don Norman Sreve Langford Tom Slagle and Eric Driver Concerr Choir Concen Choir Row 1: Elba Meixueiro, Lisa Carpenrer, Tonya Jewell, Crysral Oldham, Sonya Shelby, Lynda Lonrz, Ruthie Clark, Duane Fosrer, Linda Conrino, Lorena McGow, Maria Dougherry, Laura Kneip, Andrea Price, and Leslie Pruirr. Row 2: Darla Jones, Cynrhio Chambers, Crystal Dailey, Denise Dugger, Valerie Garrer, Julie Williams, Rodwelle George, Karen Parker, Jackie Wells, Talerhia Folson, Vickie Harrell, Cheri Molin, Kim Kerchka, and Sherri Kendricks. Row 3: Sruarr Hunrer, Scorr Abel, Tim Bass, William Jordan, Srerling Boyd, Ronald Srevens, David Reed, Don Norman, Jason Neely, Mike Floyd, Eric Driver, Brian Dodson, Daryn Golder, and Jeff Edgecomb. Row 4: Serh Darnerr, Sreve Burgfeild, William Dennis, Keirh Miller, Donnie Phillips, Reggie Murray, Noah Young, Sreve Magnum, Jim Cummer, Andy Miller, Curr Ellior, Tim Pace, Lonnie Ball, Sreve Langford, and Nick lkerd. X... .7177 , ,rf 1, Nurses Assisranrs Nurses Assistants: Row 1: Derh Daniels, Sherrie Russel, Claudia Durler, Julie Williams, and Lillie Vaughn. Row 2: Srephanie Randolph, Joner Conine, Brenda Olvey, Johnna Harnpron, Brenda Carrwrighr, Cheryl Honeycurr, nor pictured is Vivico Fox. Auditorium Technicians Auditorium Technicians: Row 1: Twanna, Hill, Michelle Sider, and Lisa Carpenter. Row 2: Don Norman, William Dennis, and Steve Mangum, , eest Library Assisranrs Library Assistants Row 1 Melinda Perrigrew Jill Yares Dernna Bowman Debbie Corrrell Jerolyn Douglas Row 2 Angie Mons Darla Humphrey Maria Roque Tracy Page Lisa Hoffman Row 3 Shawn Cory Maris Klein David Warrler John Schwein David Roe Diane Cumn Lerrerrnen Lettermens Club Row 1: Denny Hodges, George Bradshaw, David Flirman, Shaune Darnerr, and Perry Smirh. Row 2: Mark Guynn, John Kearney, John Schusrer, Darryl Powell, and Toni Deal, Row 3: Mr. Ward, Mike Harris, Keirh Harris, Max Spiegel, Berry Rice, and Troy Dickerson. 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Thespians Thesplon Society Row 1 Clarence Wells Michelle Sider Jae Johnson ond Todd Shaw Row 2 Mrs Wyarr Terri Hoffman and Deniese Dugger Row 3 William Dennis Mike Head and Srephen Dergfield Surron, Cynrhio Alxoff, Linda Conrino, Twanna Hill,'Lisa Speech Team Speech Team Row 1: Lisa Carpenrer, Damara Srewarr, Twanna Hill, and Tina Burke. Row 2: Milse Head, Srephen Bergfield, Lynda Lanrz, William Dennis and Mrs. Wyorr. Accolade Accolade Staff Row 1 Rosemary Whire Lisa Givan Karen Allegree Angela Lee and Kay Thorpe Row 2 Carmen Tyler Lisa Hoffman Sharon Burris Aaron Freeman John Neal Laurie Herald Brenda Smirh and Dawn Moss Row 6 Mrs Jennifer Werbil Cynrhia Chambers Kim Kerchlsa Curr Elliorr Deniese Dagger LaVonne Janes Lorri Prarr Deanna Sradler and Kelli Swem Lancer Sraff Lancer Staff Row 1: Mrs. Jennifer Werbil, Sharon Burris, Carmen Tyler, Karen Allegree, Rosemary Whire, Angela Lee, and Kay Thorpe. Row 2: Deanna Sradler, Lisa Hoffman, Aaron Freeman, Kim Kerchlsa, John Neal, Curr Ellior, and Laurie Herald. Row 0: Cynrhia Chambers, Lisa Givan, LaVonne Jones, Brenda Smirh, Lorri Prarr, Kelli Swem, and Dawn Moss. Fniitnn-455 f"J.,--------... ff'-gwmmaf : , K J r K i . 1 1 ' ' - : 1 i . , , , ' i 1 , , , - , , . : . I I I I K I I I - V . I ' I 1 ' S ,I Q y K .,.,. ,N.-,..,,..,. 9 , , , Quill 6 Scroll Quill ond Scroll Row 1 Carmen Tyler presndenr Deonno Srodler vlce presldenr ond Down Moss Row 2 Lom Prorr lwusroruon Keren Allegree Kam Kerclwl-no Llso Hoffman ond Llso Gnvon secreroryfrreosurer Newsreel Newsreel: Mil4e Head, Sreve Dergfield, Lyndo Lonrz Twonno Hill, ond Domoro Sreworr, --.Q-hh.-...lt -......,,, ......., rl' 5"'illi"'i"i-v""""""'E English Assisfonrs English Assistants left to right: Mrs. Morilyn McCloud, Todd Alexonder, Jomes Morrin, Mike Heod, Porricls Bundles gif.:-A ond Dovid Flirrnon, ibn ' s ix izi Knighrwrifers Knlghtwrlters Row 1: Lyndo Lonrz, Shongio Woods, Liso Corpenrer, Twonno Hill, ond Sherri Royol. Row 2: Odell llonson, Bryonr Short, Fred Huizer, Sreve Arnold, Chorleron Lee, John Jomerson, ond Mr. Johnson. l -. A . N i 3 M .ft l x '. ,- ,X .yi 3 Sponish Club Spanish Club Row 1 Kim Echols Derrick Grifin Kelly Pruirr Trocey Romsey Poul Johnson Rochelle Duff ond Tomoro Arris Row 2 Shoron Burris Shoun Bender Jill Yores Roberr Dodson Pom Hudson Angie Oliver Mrs Dorion Pinner ond Liso Dores Row 3 Jeff Srnirh Home Chowning Thereso Smirh Tonyo Woodruff Shoune Fronlslin Corl Som ond Joe Pollard Row 4 Clenrice Smirh Lornor Johnson Felicio Williams Dovid Guynn Cosondro Burns Sheryl Wilson .o ' f 1 U ' : . ' I A ' , , f 4 . 1 ' - ' - I 1 ' Q. J , '- J - I Lf'...sf6 H ' ': ' ' h Kelvin Jorrerr ond Michoel Hines. .3 ,- K f i fx 7' ' . ' J J' i C X. I K E NX J . , 'iv . , . I V I if J ,P ' A if f J-A French Club French Club Row 1: Rosiline Floyd, Norolie Moul, Michoel Driver, Corhy Kendriclfs, Mory Lone, Morvo l-lunr, Donno Loclserr, ond Mr. Fishbocls. Row 2: Lyndo Jocks, Vicki l-ludson, Dorlene Douglos, Angie Lee, Tony Sondlin, Dovis Sonders, Dovid Coldwell, ond Tonyo Jeweel. Row 3: Home Chowning, Vonesso King, Rosiro Floyd, Morsho Cooley, Mourice Morlsey, John Neol, ond Lemor Johnson. fn, German Club German Club Row 2 Rosiline Floyd Johnarhan Caldwell Parncl-4 Conover Lynda Lanrz Twanna Hill Cindy Malless and Sheryl Ploclserr Row 2. Deneise Dugger Rosira Floyd LoVonne Jones Gem Anderson Debbie Roclserr Carhy Kendncla Susan Vanessa King Lisa Dares Tracey Murray Ellen Dixon Milse Sheehan Diane Currrn and John Royal Larin Club Latin Club Row 1: Micheal Hines, Tamara James, Sonya Royal, William Walker, David Roe, Regina Hurr, and Todd Ellior. Row 2: Jill Yares, Kevin Adams, Mike Driver, Steve Srrunls Ken Perry Gary Carr Jerome Puryear Jeff Dunn and Mrs. Repass. nodreff, and Mr, Schulrz. new ag Lyndd Jada, Junior Officers Junior Closs Officers ond Council Row 1: Todd Show, Presidenr, Doune Fosrer, Vice-President, Liso Ford, Secrerory, Kim Reese, Treosurer. Row 2: Kim Echois, Cheryl Toylor, Felicio Willioms, Joclsie Cooley, Shoron Dey, ond Chris Kennedy. Row 8: Mory Lone, John Neol, Dwoyne Mossey, Kelvin Jorrerr, ond Carmen Joclfs. Srudenf Councll Student Council Row 1 Honey Fllrrnon Troy Bollinger Mory Murchell Shoron Gronr Kam Elder Crysrol Drown Domoro Sreworr Pomcls Bundles Andreo Crowford ond Todd Show Row 2 Monlco Molone Llso Corpenrer John Jornerson Crysrol Douley Wnllnom Dennis Louro Kneup Paulo Bussey Pro Aoron ond Llso Bush Row 5 Lnso Scorr Chlqulro McCloyd Elbo Meuxuelro Sheryl Ptoclserr Tino Corley Shonnon Murroy Trocey Murroy Terrsro Green Row 4 Elolne Srnurh Angle Boker Denuese Dugger Mxke Flowers VICISI Joclfson Ptosnllne Floyd LoVonne Jones ond Norolle Moul Row 5 Corolyn Anderson Debbie lkoclaerr Morvo Hunr Donno Loclxerr Jennlfer Thompson Doryn Golder Dovld Reed Vonesso Kung ond Donuel Knelp Row 6 Lorry Voughn Lyndo Jocks Terr: Ford Krm Reese Corrnen Joclfs Georgerre Jones Rochelle Duff Dronne Shelton ond Rosrfo Floyd l-lunnon Relorions Humon Relations Row 1: Dornoro Sreworr, Trocey Murroy, Cormen Tyler, ond Poulo Bussey. Row 2: Debbie Rockerr, Liso Corpenrer, Georgerre Jones, Crysrol Bailey, ond Angie Boker, Row 3: Terrie Ford, Vickie Horrell, Porricls Bundles, Shoron Gronr, Norolie Moul, ond Andreo Crawford. :L 2 'Wim Nil AV. Assisronrs A.V. Asslstonfs Row 1: Por Conover, Joni Myers, Row 2: John Schwein, Gory Woodruff, ond Darrin Johnson. f"N X ,.....2Ani... Sclence Club Science Club Row 1 Debbie Rodserr Shern Scorr Dovnd Fhrmon ond Jerry Rlrchue Row 2 Drone Jock Doryn Golder ROSIIIOE Floyd Kevln Manor Ke-nr Wert ond Sheryl Fkoclserr Row 3 Steve Arnold Mlchoel Drlver Mory Lone Make Sheehan ond Mr McCIory fx ,Ayer , .. 5. ACS QQ.. - 'M 1 N Lv' .gmwi Polmcal Club Polltlcal Club Row 1 Damara Srewarr Crystal Brown Jackie Fox Cynrhia Halliburton Pam Barbee Lecinnia Majors Rurhie Claris Bobby Herring and John Royal Row 2 Richard McClendon Marcia Temple and Whirney Snowden Row 3 Lynda Lanrz Tim Boss Angie Blackwell Karen Jadcson Kim Mirchell Theresa Morris and Barb Holler Row 4 Rondell Williams Mildred Dixon Sandy Sreward Mournina McNair and Rebecca Carurhers Row 5 Mike Montgomery Norma Shelbourne Jeff Williams and Mr Brown PUSH Excel PUSH for Excellence Row 1: Daryn Golder, Valerie Turnrine, Cindy Malless, Sandy Kerr, Honey Flirman, Rasiline Floyd, Cheryl Taylor, Marva Hunr, and Donna Locke-rr. Row 2: Pia Aaron, Sharon Burris, Damara Srewarr, Michelle Douglas, Tina Oares, Marcia Cooley, and .lohnno Hampton. Row 3: John Jamerson, Gerri Anderson, Bryanr Shorr, Sherry Jones, Naralie Maul, Jackie Cooley, Rosira Floyd, and Jerome Puryear. : ' ' , ' ' , . W Q if Q Debbie Brooks, Dewane Nibbs, Gwen Demougin, . I I . . I . . K k -Q x .C .N 6 L, Q , c mx I . J ' 1 ' ' XXQX . , X 4 ' NRPAOP EI N his Q2-, DECA DE Row 1: Jackie Miles, Naomi Murff, Debbie Woods, Gwen Demougin, Marchell Delaney, William Jordan, Angie Narrh and Ms. Buckley. Row 2: Michelle Tamper, Sharon Smirh, Laresa Middleron, Linda Manson, Kim Mirchell, Allen Washingron, Tim Carter and Herman Berris. Row 3: Jackie Barrlerr, Gayle Laye, Whirney Snowden, Cheryl Freemen, Ron Lacey, Tam Cox and Glenn Johnson. Row 4: Robyn Deamon, Ron Williams, Sheila Rowley and Sarah Hursr. COE COE: Row 1: Tywanna Smirh, Cynrhia l-lalliburron, Currina Sanders, Danna Bacon, Karen Currin, Mildred Williams, Connie Steele, and Cynthia Daniel. Row 2: Carla Long, Lynda Jacl-is, Olga Duclswarrh, Lesley Pruirr, Michelle Jackson, Robin Manning, Arlerha Townsend, and Nedra Dixon, Row 3: Danna Cameron, Judy Jahnsron, Dwanda Tamper, Debbie Brooks, Mary Pearcy, Rebecca Geralds, Sharon Marrin, Nadine Hawkins. Row 4: Ms. Johnson, Jeff Williams and Debbie Goodlae. jl f 'N Q, f qi l i VICA VICA Row 1: Robin Dollord, Shoron Borbee Tony Thompson, Dwayne Rogers, Tim Boss, Dorbee. Row 2: Connie Light, Shoron Chorisee Mcfkeynolds, Che-srer Bullock, John King, Row 3: Sheilo Woshingron Monwell Dovis, Cory Richordson, Row Lowrence Moore, Liso Lorrison, Dorrin Englebrighr. Row 5: Sondy Sreword, Spencer Morlsey Chesrer York ond Eric Driver. 1 Bowling Club Bowling Club Row 1: Lori Hoversrick, Vicki Horrell, Joe Horrell. Row 2: Jeff Conover, John Miller, Derh High, ond Borb Holler. Row 3: Drendo Smith, Kim Chesroskey, Mory Keorney, Nick lkerd, Row 4: Howord Smirh, Dee Dee Drocks, Robyn Poindexrer, ond Dorryl Prorher. Bowling Club Bowling Club Row 1: Shelio Cook, Rich Whitney, Terry Ziegler, Row 2: Jerome Puryeor, unknown, John Ter- low. Row 3: Michelle Wilson, Kevin Minor, ond Donno Lockerr. Row 4: Shir- ley Schweizer, Sheryl Schweizer, Mory Percy, Micheol Hines. Bowling Teom Bowling Club Row 1: Lori Hoversricix, ond Desiree Drocl-as. Row 2: Troy Bol- linger, Kevin Lee, ond Tim Smirh. Bowling Club Bowling Club Row 1: Croig Hogo- done, Cindy Molless, Corlo Toylor, Bern Dunn, Morio Dougherty, Row 2: Tino Molless, Greg Wilkes, Liso Dores, ond Poulo Bussey. Row 3: Morcio Temple, Debbie Srnirh, Micheol Smirh ond Mi- choel Flowers, Row 4: Eric McConn, Terry Ford, Vernon Squires, Kevin Lee, Row 5: Elizoberh, Vonce, Cheryl Toy- lor, Rochelle Duff, Unknown. hu"k 434 Jwfff Honor Sociery Honor Society: Row 1: Laura Kneip, Lynda Lanrz, Valda Freeman, and Andrea Crawford. Row 2: Lor. l-laversrick, Psima Abyad, William Dennis, and Fiona Langford. Row 3: James Dunn, David Flirman, John Kearney, and Darryl Prarlwer. Quiz Team Qulz Team: Row 1: Deniese Dugger, Lisa Carpenrer, Debbie Roclserr and Steve Arnold. Row 2: Mrs. Good Susan Roclaerr David Fllrman Sherry Scarf and Kevin Minor R.O,T.C. R.O.T.C. Row 1: S, Adoms, J, Prevot, F. White, W. Johnson, T. Townsend, L. Joclsson, B, Willioms, To. Adoms, 5. Reese, Ty. Adoms, M, Cooley, ond C. Jockson. Row 2: J. Goodwin, S, Kenworthy, J. Cooley, V. Gortin, W, t Morlsey, J, Dortlett, V. Sutton, M, Temple, G. Beotry, D. f T' ' Joclason, T. Woodruff, ond S. White, Row 3: T. Doy, S, -1 V if Mitchell D Dillon C Seowood C Wells J Phillips lk Loy, V. Wridht, D. Forrell, W. Chowning, A. Thompson, CI. r ,. 1 George, ond R. Sutton. Row 4: A. Exford, D. Thompson, N Buclsholder, K. Moynord, D. Jeffers, D. Reed, T. Soxton, C. " Vi Andrews, M. Gorrert, B. Dorling, M. Tyler, S. Jones, H. f " , Flirmon, ond A. Mcl4nucl4les. Row 5: K. Adoms, D. Herring, .Q S. Prevot, L. Jefferson, R. Niclsens, D. Chonoult, V. Stowe, G. Owens, M. White, H, Triggs, W, Hole, R. Dorling, L. Morelond, ond P, Lee. News Bureou News Bureau left to right: LoVonne Jones, Shoron Burris, Domoro Srewort, Lourie Herold, ond John Neol. li g 'pf ll I.. M . . N' C.. . . '-.Es-AC 4- A 4 My ' f" ' Q' ' 'gf ,- 2. ,rs ..' . I f ' I ' 'ff . . C. . A l , t . ' Q l . .. 1 . , ' x " . ., . . l s A ' ,ji , 4, .T E A L: T ' ig T f ,, of .,.... -. Z-. .N 88 !Sporrs Dnvuder muda ,140 , ldlwmd Being on o reom con be one of rhe greofesr experiences or school. Wollsing oround in o lerrer sweorer like someone speciol wos fhe besr woy ro get the girls. Bur you didn'r ger into ir jusr for rhe sweorer. There's excite- rnenr ond reword in being on o reorn, The odrenoline flows when rwenry people work rogerher ro smosh on opposing reom. Moyoe you never were good or sporrs. You don'r hove io ploy ro porricipore. Mon- ogers ond ossisronrs who help rhe reorn ore olwoys in dernond, lr is you who rnolse ihe sporrs greor, becouse . . . YOU'PsE WHERE IT COUNTS! ...Hn Spomis SDOU5 Dlyiderfgfy 'jr lv : " mf.. V , , f 1 r n my ' .V ,-fe 1 9.015 ww wffef' A 1, f ff ,,,f ffrw . , f',,,v?,zfL':-f,4:Kf,ggy,,- ,.,,,,.h, L W ,, f M 1, i.,,, ,. , 1' Cygii--:ig-ieffiv' t::gQ,,,,g-g1V.?f'-g":v,jjjfL 3 ' .4 Q' r i ff f ' ' V i ' "'5f?"i1iz ' ' ,. " 1,w,:'i.L.g A , six V, t, ,.,,,, :NL M Going for two . . ., 'Sophomore Scart Rolnerrs ,W"""f -, 1' if , rounds first base' and is heading towards second 1 WQW ., 1 :jg Kg' " on a base hire 1 OO Varsity Basel? Ll Rain Soalsed Season team a re- only year due returning years' aylor, Chris Malone and Bradshaw. "I some good we had returning commented Baseball coach Joe Draughon. The Knights were 0-2 in tourna- ment play, They were beaten by the Northwest Pioneers 40 in the first round of the City Tournament. ln the first round of rhe Sectionals the Knights were knocked out of the sec- tionals by the Hornets of Beech Grove. Arlington was leading the game 4-O going into the fifth inning, when the Beech Grove Hornets rallied to score five runs and to false the lead and advance in the sectianals. "We are looking forward to a very successful season A next year, with the return of seven letterrnenf' stored Coach Draughonr The reserve team finished a very disappointing season with a record of 0-5. A Sophomore Jim Mass stated, "lt was a disappointing season, we iaclsed experience and had eieven of out games tained our." A VARSITY BASEBALL 1981 AHS Varsity OP O Norrh Central 18 1 Washington 11 O Manual 8 Q Lawrence Central 3 3 Tech 8 5 Cathedral 1 o Howe 1 2 Perry Meridian 6 O Chorard 14 4 Warren Central 9 3 Scecina 10 5 Beech Grove 6 AHS Reserve OP 1 North Central 16 O Manual 10 1 Tech 13 10 Howe 11 4 Warren Central 10 3 www ffwiff , -7 .,.,f ' ,V VM, ,yzgf'f.w,j4fwf:f' 1 2:4 1' " wi X V Wifi 'f 1 1 1 il 1 . , ,I M, F 7 4-f, V, X , I V, f, A , 1 is ' 'fi ' if S . We 3 ye, we ' V V s - .. M Q - V . V V egg, it f Q - , as t ,ku -,Q f,..1L, .. " ,NK W 9 M., -,-5 I I, e .rkfl In , K T ' A .45 -Whse X dl? ,mfg ,L ,L wwnvg, fin!! .H 'rl n X . S xi? Lefr Strikes. . . . Senior Ernie Malone shows his pirching abiliry during a game againsr Scecina. Below The 1981 Varsity Baseball Team: Front row: Michael Harris, Dennis Chrisrie, Tracy Fields, D4-Md Figfmoml Qhorieg Eberlqgrdff Tim Tgylgrl GQOVQE' UVOUSDOWJ Tim DOVE. O00 Boron Chris Durneil, Ernie Malone, Coach Doug Nordhalr McCullough. Back row: Coach Joe Draughan, ond Qooch Chuck pogeg r J ,,. ,,,.. I ' ,s- C .,,., ,. , an N """""1"1-- wfev---fg1..g,.,,..,,r.,,., , i I ' 3 , l 'li aft? ". . gf fi. " -f -pa Qjif . ' ', S- ..,,,j ,, 175' ., ' -'XV-VVe'.fffffi' 1 ,fr akki 'S - 1 4 , VW' .4 - V' Q- N. L gr.. V' V. 'sV - ' . , ' - "' V qui' if , ' W 1 ii-J-W .iq f 'V J gd. R :Q K A N vb V V ,,fYQq3g AV ig- g VS-gr' , VZ: V. 13, 'V -' Vw, :- - -- - ,I V. f, 3 sg-QQ, I i 'f'V,Rfif , , 3. 1 V I fy,-,Q ,gm V Ve .V V-1-11:9-f ,fly ,wr .,,, VV-N -,ff J V rr V'1-VV-24293.1.Vs'elrirQfaHza5?e?V23V , was Q. ,,-.sew V15 rggglwb, rv V I 2, vm , . wr M, X V w:V.,,,g,x"vz5 Q 25.1. '4T?'fg'1 .Vrt, -4 ,A -. 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V,g,'iV6,f?1?4g 'QV-VYfVQ :ffufxf Amztfr i,v7,ff4,,W f,,fqVfffMf MLA, V V f V ' " V V11 3: ffm . ,L ,, ,wy,, l3g4Vgf..J,,VVgV2y ' , V 5.3 A, , V,,, .Y 9' ,V 4' , Y 1, Above The 1981 Reserve Baseball Team: Jim Mass, Row O: Coach Chuck Page, Dewayne Front row: Sharon Burris and Rachell Duff. Row PJOUOSOFW, Kevin Lee, Gory Woodruff, Donald fy, ,,,"' 2: Baron McCullough, James Hardy, Sreven Gilberr, Tracy Fields, Kenny Jackson, and Coach Carter, Dewayne Massey, Damond Woodfork, DOLJQ NOrdhOlf. Left Contact . . . Junior George UVOClSl'1OW Far Lefr Got it . . . Senior Tim Taylor makes rhe makes conracr wirh rhe ball for a base hir. play on a hard ground bali, Varsiry Daseball!Q1 Below, High flying . . . Arlingron rrocls member Odell Ronson soils over rhe high jump bor during o Cold ond roiny meer, A ' La.. ?9- 75? QQ r'Boys' Trocls Above Slip sliding owoy . , . These llighr, Let her fly . . . Sophomore John runners roce roword rhe finish line during o Phillips ours his oll in his discus rhrow. heovy downpoor mjuries Boys' TrocIsfQ3 R ighr. Up, rrock member O4,WG1ri5' Trade irls' 14 72 54 7m Gfd Bfh 13rh 6 'ms 1 T ' 4 f ,.',,. 1 -,,f',--F---31' 1 , ' :Z f - ' H ff, " ,, X fc, L 'V f lsfffj 91,12-Jf."g'12 . ' , '41, g gym ., if ,xv ffW 'vf?2 ,h"W'w-- ' -' ' '4 , WT. QQ? 325. k, V Q ,f ff , Q31 1' ' ., 'I A Z? 4' f"' ,WYWXYZL w 'ff Y' "'f"K?'i2: ,,ffffW"f I .. X , ww-M 1 f , .iff ' ,Q 5' A2-',g::j.vw.f. 5 A A 4 ,,ffw-'ry ,f-rw'-1''92-,f-eg5-,xg:g3v.v:ff',,+::fffrf:'1fx-,, Cir www-Q. Up and over . . . Junior Angie Fox leaps high in rhe air ra clear the high jump bar during a Sailing . . . This Arlingron rracls member sails rracls meer, over rhe hurdle during a rracI4 meer, wi, 1981 Track Team: Row 1: Tracy Murray, Rurhie Claris, Lisa Bares, Olga Duclwvorrh, Sonya Royal, Fairh Srnirh and Haney Flirman. Row 2: Tonya Jewell, Teresa Bradshaw, Derh Armsrrong, Vicki Harrell, Bridger Washingran, Streaking . . . This rracls ream member srreales foward rhe finish line during a close race l Srephanie Balls, Anrilsa I-larrad and Jean Franklin. Row 8: Coach Chris Allen, Angie Fox, angie Murray, Tanya Larham, Tanya Mae, Gerri Anderson, Berina Malless, Fairh Davis and Coach Anna Wessel. Cuirls' Tracl4fO5 Below. Lining it up. . . , Fresnmon Dowd Right. Fore. . . . Junior John Keorney nits o Roe Innes up o oorr oonng o spring goif long shor down rne foirwoy during o golf morcn march, Qof Boys' Golf Above. 1981 Golf Team . . . Coocn John Monko, Todd Elhor, Dovid Roe, Sreve Srrunlf., John Muller, ono Roger Beol. -I' ' Q g .. ls 8 42. .- CO ,nnwm chips rhe procrice. Boys' GOIUQ7 Power O8,'Boys 'Gm Terms Girls Tennis BOYS Arruclss Corhedrot Worren Cenrrof Monuo! Chorord Brood Ripple Marshall Tech Woshingron Scecino Howe Shorrridge Monuo 5 2 Arrudxs 5 0 Howe 5 O r Sceclno 5 'f Morshoil I 5 1 Norrhwesr 1 O Brood Ripple 8 O Woshingron 3 0 Warren Cenrrol ' '5 5 1 Chorord V 4 5 O Corhedroi 5 5 Serving it up , . . Teorn Coproin Odell llonson reoches high in rhe oir ro serve rhe Doll ro his opponenr, I Smock . . . Junior Tirn Cox leops high in the oir ro rerurn rhe boil ro his opoonenr, FG M Girls' Tennis Team Row 1: Sheryl Roclserr, Cheryl Freemon, Suson Vkoclserr ond Julio Clorls. ss sis .J 1 , 1 .l Row 2: Coach John King, Cormenciro Hughes. Morgorer Ropolo ond Solly Nixon. Boys' Tennis Team Row 1: Michoel Wisdom, Milse l-lines, Tom Cox, Pioberr Solver Row 2: Don Norrnon, Odell llonson, Morvin Wode ond Cooch John Ising. Coming ot you . . . Milse Hines rerurns 0 forehond shor ro his Chorord opponenr, BoysfGirls' Tennis!O9 Below Difficult move . . . 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The Knighrs showed rhis capa- oiiiry, by defearing Brood Rip- ple 15,13 in the firsr game of me season. "The feam looked good on oorh offense anode- fense, our we lacked consisren- XM lrlfnorovemenf Crayerf The second, game of the season saw the Knighrs losf ing ro rho Porriors of Marshall, Junior Greg Addison Corn mented, "The Marshallrgarne was o big one Win our Season, had we won we would have had rhe rnomenrum going into rhe nexr four games before rhe homecoming igamegff Dropping the next four games, lefr the Knights 1-4 or The mid-if season TT'lC1l'li.' The next, game was the homecoming gorraeyq and rhe Knighfs put on a scor- ing show by cihallsing up A38 points ro defear Arracles, The Knights entered rheif lasf five games of rhe season vvirh a chance ro finish above 500, but whey could only manogey cy all season," sroredcoach a 3-7 record, l , Varsity Football 1981+ 4 AHS l OPP 51 Broad Ripple 13 i V O Marshall 36 1 10 Cathedral 27 6 Howe 14 Q Charard 210 f x 33 Arfudo 7 14 Woshingron V 46 20 Brebuf 14 O Roncalli QQ 26 Avon 48 one win to bring their gd 5 4 .5 Q ,,,, 7 7 V17 . V ..,. , 'ix f af 5 7 Q 1 2 1- L 4- 4?-is rg "' 9 5015 Ss 71 as 79 77 D- Wm ? any 'I 9 "5?55E83 617276 ni IP In-7 Q 'F Qi S2535 24 730 5425576996 3 BI-A57 1 J' Nap 'ig Q Beiow Defense , , . ArIingron's defense guards Lefr, Breoktime . . . Reserve player Spencer me line of scrimmage ro keep Wasningrons Morlxey raises o break from me acrion ro offense from gaining yardage. quench W5 fhirsfu JZ? 4' -Sa A Q :ik ff' lf' Xu Above. Scrambling . . . Freshman quarrerbacls Rignr. Time out . . . Reserve coach Cnucls Page Paul Woods scrambles ro avoid being racisled. gives sophomore Randy Mcpneron some insrrucrions during a rimeour. 108 Reserve Freshmen Foorpoii Rignr. Stopped short . . . This reserve runningbacls is sropped snorr of a roocndown by rwo Wasningron defenders. 2 5 W zone, 1 f . 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Eyeing the competition , ,. Varsity wrestling coach Ed Dwyer keeps an eye on the competition daring a Varsity meet. Wrestlers Finish at 4-9 11O,"Varsity Wrestling The 198182 Varsity Wrestling team ended with a regular season record of 4-9, The grapplers started their sea- son with three losses before Chalking up a win over North- west. The Knights also had wins over Attacks, Broad Ripple, and Scecina. In the City Tourna- ment the wrestlers ran into trouble, finishing ninth out of fif- teen teams. ln the Sectionais, the varsity wrestlers luck was better as Troy Dickerson and Tim Pace captured the championships in their weight division, and .lim- my Lee, Dennis Christie, Tom Mamaw, and Troy Robertson captured runnerup positions. The Knights luck ran out in the Regionals, with no one od- vancing to the Semi-Stare, The Varsity team will be losing six senior wrestlers this year and Coach Dwyer feeis the team will be young but have great promise, y 1 Varsity Wrestling 1981-82 AHS OPP 59 Carmel 60 18 Tech 55 18 Marshall 55 35 Northwest 30 13 Avon 55 12 Manual 61 62 Artuciss 11 18 Noblesville 49 22 Washington 40 37 Scecina Q6 29 Howe 30 27 Warren Central 41 60 Broad Ripple 6 I X X. j ,,, ,Q fw ,X 55X r M Below. Freshmen Wrestling Teoma Row 1: Williom Nesbirr, Vincenr Gorrin, ond Vince-nr Srnirh, Row 2: lrish Gilbert, Tom Murnow, Deon Holler, ond Coach Ed Dwyer. Righr. Close to o pln . . . Troy Roberrson keeps o good grip on his Norrhwesr opponenr for 0 pin. Above Reserve Wrestling Teom: Row 1: Row 2: Assisronr Cooch Dwoyne lngrcirn, Derrick Gorrerr, Denny Hodges, Damon Dole Denrly, Loshwin Owens, Joe Herring, Woodforls, Jomes Young, ond Troy Iloberrs. ond Erienne Locey. 112, lleserxe - Freshmen Wresrling Righr Trying to ge! free . . . Moria Gwynn rries ro ger free of his opponenrs grip ro ovoid o pin. all J 'fxw Lettt Avoiding o tokedown . rakedown, Team Finishes at 5 o "I feit they did a finejab considf ering the team was made up of mostiy freshmen," com- mented wrestling coach Ed Dwyer about the 545 reserve team season. The reserve team, which con- sisted of mostly freshmen, got oft to a slow start this year los' ing their first three meets of the season, but they made a strong showing toward the end of the season winning three out of their last five meets. in the City Tournament the re- serve grapplers made a strong showing as they placed fifth out of fifteen teams with Wayne Johnson capturing the championship in the 155 weiQht class and Torn Maman runner up at 145 and Dean Holler tun- nerup at 167. Next year iooi-ts to be a very promisingryear for the reserve wrestlers with the majority of the team returning, but coach Dwyer feels it is too early to teii how the team wi!! do. Reserve Wrestiing 1981-82 Aus OP so tem 45 ts comet 54 t 15 Marsmti 33 t 45 I Northwest 24 48 Cathedral 21 '24 Nobiesvilie 40 35 Washington 15 ' 30 Scecina 30 45 Broad Ripple 15 36 Howe 99 17 Warren Central 48 Reserve Freshmen Wrestlingfiid Freshman Dean Holler tries to escape the grip of his opponent to avoid a Girls Add Spirit Stolling, Breolsdown, Defoult. Do you rec- ognize these terms? Well these ore com- mon terms for o group of girls in our school, the Mot Molds ond the Wrest- lettes. Knowing terms such os these is one of the requirements of the girls to molse the squod. This yeor wos the first yeor for the Wrest- lettest Sponsor Jennifer Werbil ond cooch Ed Dwyer thought up the ideo. There were so mony girls trying out for Mot Molds this yeor ond they didn't like turn- ing them owoy, so they come up with the Wrestlettes. The Wrestlettes ore o group which is somewhot of o troining or reserve group to the Mot Moids. "The progrom hos been very success- ful," comments Jennifer Werbil, sponsor. "lt con oct os on did in deciding who is quolified ond interested in being o Mot Moid. Hopefully the Mot Moids will be in chorge of the Wrestlettes next yeor in- steod of me," she continued. There is onother very supportive group which hos grown immensely this yeor. The Pep Club consists of o growing 80 members. They con be recognized by their bright gold sweotshirts. The Pep Club meets every Wednesdoy when they frequently worls with the cheer- leoders to leorn the cheers, 'll hove been very pleosed with the Pep Club this yeor. There hos been o reol show of school spirit ond there will defi- nitely be on increose in members next yeor," club sponsor Dorion Pinner ex- pressed. The Pep Club encouroges other fons to join in the cheers ot the boslsetboll gomes ond hopes more will join next yeor. "lt's o good experience ond brings people closer together to boost the spirit of the teom," exploined club president Joseph Pollond. Above. 1961-62 Pep Club: Row 1: Kothy Crumpron, Liz Vonce, Lorolene Deoch, Dionne Shelton, Jerolun Douglos, Joclsie Smith, ond C-,oil Wolloce. Row 2: Jennifer Thompson, Terri Moon, Cheryl Howord, Mozelle Middleton, ond Liso Stott Row 3: Chormoin Johnson, Lynise 114fPep Club - Mor Molds Midi. Poindexrer, Pom l-ludson, Heleno Cole, Shoron Block, Neltonyo Holmon, ond Crystol Sonders, Row 4: Morvo Hunt, l-lottie Chowing, Michelle Douglos, Korhy Johnson, Angie Oliver, Kelvin Jorrerr, Tomoro Artis, Corl Som, ond Joe Pollord. Left. Keeping score . . . Mor Moids Shoron Burris Below. 1981-82 Mot Molds: Row 1: Ruthie Clorls, ond Ruthie Clorls lseep score during o wrestling Angelo Lee. Row 2: Rebecco Moynord, Tonyo motch. Moy, Glorio Mosley, ond Shoron Burris. ,..4 I 'vw' Lett. Showing school spirit Pep club member Above, 1961-82 Wrestlettes: Row 1: Morvo Hunt, Tomoro Artis shows her school spirit during o boslserboll Vondo Wright, Rosiro Floyd, Dionne Shelton, ond Qome, Koy Thorpe. Row 2: Jennifer Thompson, Amondo McNeil, Drienne Houser, Jill Yores, Angelo Breedlove, Sondy Kirlslond, ond l-lortie Chowning. Pep Club - Mor Moids!'l15 Spirir Leaders Why would one vvanr ro spend every Friday nighr cheering rhe football ream on ro vicrory in all lrinds of wearher, or spend rhe evening in a sruffy gym cheering rhe baslserball ream ro vicrory? Probably because rhar person is o Knighr cheerleader. These cheerleaders under rhe direcrion of sponsor Pia- mono Warson, spend many hours pracricing ro improve rheir cheering rechniques ro help promore school spirir. Each and every girl purs fourrh an energeric perfor- mance ro lseep rhe crows roaring for rhe ream. Bur did you ever srop ro rhinlf if these girls ever ger rlred? Well maybe so bur rhe energy of rhe game carries rhem rhrough. The Arlingron cheerleaders lead a busy life, wirh srudies, jobs and orher exrra-curricular acriviries. Bur you srill see rhem or every football and baslserball game cheering for our reams ro win. Upper righr Spirit leader . . . Reserve cheerleader Denise Chrisrie leads rhe cheer ar a reserve game Above Leading the cheer Freshman cheerleader Angie Walrers leads rhe freshmen squad in a cheer Rlghr Keeping up the spirit . . . Senior Tracy Murray leads rhe crowd uh a cheer ro keep up rhe reams' spirir 11a Cheerleaders auf Above Cheerleader . . . Junior Joyce Corrrell leads a cheer during rhe Vorsiry baslserball game. Lefr Motloning for two . . . Varsiry cheerleader Clara Burnerr rnorions for rhe varsiry basketball reann ro score rwo poinrs. Delow. Varsity Cheerleaders. Left to right: Clara Durnerr, Daniel! 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' +-we miiamflff g b l 1 1 . 4 Above, Freshmen Cheerleaders. Left to rlght: Kim Powell, Angie Walrers, Billie Counr, Angie Jackson, and Robin Meens Cheerleaders X 117 Pilghii TfYIng for rwo . , . Vorsiry player Vickie Groom goes in for o layup ro score for rhe Knighrs. Team l-las Winning Season 118fGirIs' Varsiry Daslieilwll "Our record was 13-6, your I rhoughr we could have done beirerf' explained Girls' Varsity Basketball coach Anna Wessel. The lady Knights srarred rheir season by downing Carhedral and Howe ro caprure rheir sec:- ond Howe lnvirarional Charn- pionship. 7 The reom showed grear promse as rhey made their quesr for a second Ciry Championship, They defeared Broad Ripple in the firsr round of rhe City Tournament, our their hopes were shafferecl as the Norrhwesr Pioneers downed rhe Knights 47-51. in highly ranked Warren Central team. They were eliminated by Warren as rheir rearn our- shor rhe Knighfs ro win 2646. Senior Koybrewer lead rhe team in scoring this year, aver- aging 18.4 points a game. Jo- nior Angie Murray and Sophof more Chariro Snead also were high scorers for rhe Knighrs averaging 9.0 poinrs each a game. Seven players wiiioe rerurning and Coach Wessel feels rhe team should do well in compe- ririon nexr year, rhe Secrionals rhe ream faced o Girls' Varsity Baslserball AHS OP 50 Cathedral 47 63 Howe 57 67 Lurheran 25 So Norrhwesr oo Ai Decorur Central 50 44 Chorard 42 43 Arruclss 39 82 Brood Ripple 58 A7 Norrhwesr 51 59 Manual 56 66 Rirrer 26 52 Morsholl 56 28 'Tech '23 61 Howe 47 40 Roncalli , 43 52 Scecina w 42 75 Woshingron 28 85 Brood Ripple 52 26 Warren Cenrral 41: lsr Howe lnvifaiionol A N Mal' 1-H? ix'- -Rik , ir! me nu., ,.l. R Left. Reaching for the rebound . . , Reserve Ployer Stephanie Boils tries ro our reoch her Arruclis opponent to pull down the rebound. A Leorning Experience This yeor's girls' reserve boslxer- boll reonn, under the leodership of new heod cooch Steven Glenn, finished their seoson with o winning record of Q-5. "I felt the girls leorned the fun' domentols plus mode greoi strides os people ond young lo- diesf' expressed cooch Glenn. The reservefreom got off to o slow stort os they dropped their first rwo games of the seoson, but things turned Ground for the reorn os they defeored Chorord 27-15 ond eventual city lchornps:Arruci1s 21-18, ln rhe city tournament, the reom wos defeated by Brood Ripple 33-36. The reserve reom finished the seoson win- ning seven out of their lost nine gonnes to post o 9-5 seoson record. i "We hove five good ployers returning with some incoming freshmen, I think we will hove cz good chonce of winning the cify next yeorf' odded Gooch Glenn. Kim Powell, Jonerro Timberlolse ond Stephonie Dolls led the re- ly it t serve team in .scoring this ye-or, l Girls' Reserve Boslaetlooll AHS t OP ' 22 Decatur Cenfrol 23 l r 25 Northwest 35 27 Chorord 15 Y Qi r Arroclfs 1:5 83 Brood Ripple 36 V 85 Monuol 21 ' 26" Rirter 12 Q5 Morsholl 28 27 Tech 17 30 Howe 18 36 ' Psoncolli 33 37 Sceclno 15 46 Woshingron 15 40 Brood Ripple 15 Girls' Reserve DcisI4erl3oIlf1Ql Right Slam dunk Junior Eric Wiggins slams the ball in the basket TO scare, Sectional Runner-u the 1981432 varsity itsosierboti team, under the direction of coach Ed Ward, ended their season with a record of 15-O. in their first game of the sea- son, the squad faced the highly ranked Washington Continen- tols. The Knights gave the Con- tinentals a run for their money but time ran out as Washington handed the team their first loss of the season 74-76. The team evened their record at 1-1 as they defeated Marshall 68-58, ln their next game, the team faced another highly ranked team, the Howe Hornets. The Hornets nipped the team at the buzzer 6668, The squad won their next four games to enter the city tournament with a re- cord 5-2, P ln the city tournament, the teammade a very impressive showing as they defeated Cha- rard and Tech to advance to the championship game where the team was defeated by the 2nd ranked Cathedrai irish 49-60, - The squad got their chance to get revenge over Cathedral as they upset the Irish 74-65s The team also upset'14th ranked Washington and come Clase to an upset over Howe 52-56, c ln the Sectionals, the team earned their way to the cham- pionship game by defeating Chatard and Tech. ln the championship game, the team was defeated by Cathedral 60- 62 ta end the season at 15-9. Boys' Varsity Basketball 1981-82 AHS OP 74 Washington 76 68 Marshall 58 ao Howe 68 71 Scecino 63 78 Northwest 51 71 Lawrence Central 62 64 Brofizd Ripple 66 68 Chatard 66 76 Tech 51 AO Cathedral 60 79 North Central 53 47 Manual 50 52 Chatara' 54 58 Roncalli 55 74 Cathedral 65 72 Washington 70 52 Howe 56 68 Tech 59 66 Attucks 61 58 Chotard 56 55 Tech 51 60 Cathedral 62 63 Ritter 60 57 Marshall 68 2nd City Tournament 2nd Sectianals X 4-" 'SX Below. Boys' Reserve Basketball Team: Row 1: Greg Williams, Bruce Robinson, John Echols, and Adrian Ledell. Row 21 James Johnson, Charles Eberhardr, Raymond Polls, Bobby Croyron, and Ron Cox, Lefr Planning the next move . , . Freshmen coach, Dave Karro, raises advonrage of o rime-our ro go over a play wirh rhe freshmen squad. I A Above. Freshmen Basketball Team: Row 1: David Posey, Collin Carson, Lomonr Rice, Maris Williams, Jon Prevor, and James Vaughn Row 2: Coach Dave Karro, l-larell 124, Reserve Y Freshmen Daslserboll Williamson, Damond Boyd, Calvin Tynes, Sam lsirlsland, Michael Murray, Gerald Robison, and Ronald Florence. Lefl. Reaching for the rebound . . . For Lefr, Defensive move , . . Preserve Freshman Calvin Tynes barrles wirh his player John Echols fries ro raise rhe ball ooponenr for rhe rebound. away from his Norrhwesr apponenr. rebound. A Winning Tradirion Wirh four reiurning , players from last year's squad, rhe Re- serve Baslferball Team srarred aff rheir season on rhe winning rracls by dawning rheir firsr three opponents of the season. Junior Andrean Ledell was the reams second leading scorer behind Eric Wiggins who fin- ished our the season playing on rhe varsity squad, The lass of Wiggins did nor derer the squad as rhey enrered rhe dry rournamenr where rhey 'downed Piirrer 56130 ro ad- vance ro rhe semi-final round where rhey lasr a hearrbreaker ra Marshall 5354. 'Wirh mosr of the ream rerurning, l think we should have a good Freshmen V ' Freshmen Al-IS' 4 4 OP 54 Lawrence Cenrrai 18 41 Norrhwesr g 45 66 Howe 37 29 Chdrord 39 41 ' Warren Cenrral 37 48 Tech 53 85 Brood Ripple 89 39 Manual 86 57 Marshall 84 4a Arrucks 40 48 Rirrer 37 48 Scecina SO 53 Cathedral 49 34 Washingran 31 31 Manual 82 86 Broad Ripple 32 Team," replied Reserve Coach Chuck Page. The freshmen ream ended rheir season with a winning re- cord of 10-6. The rream srarred off rheir sea- son wirh wins over Lawrence Cenrrai and Howe buf North- west handed rhe ream their Hrsr lass of fhe season in over' rime. The team finished our rhe season winning six our of rheir lasr seven games. lhe freshmen ream was led in scoring by Lamonr Rice, Da- mon Boyd, and James Lefr. Barrie at the board . , Freshman ian Prevor borrles his opponents ra pull dawn rhe Vaughn. d--- Preserve Baslseroall Reserve AHS OP 52 Washrngran 48 46 Howe 43 46 Marshall 40 46 N0fil'Nwesf 49 54? Lawrence Cenrral S6 43 Broad Ripple 28 51 Marshall 52 DO Ritter 40 52 Marshall 53 86 Charard 52 48 Roncalli 26 57 Rirrer 26 45 Washington G2 41 Howe 53 46 Manual 85 46 Carhedral 40 57 Norfh Central 34 44 Ted-i 4 45 49 Scecina 28 r 58 Arrucks 88 Reserve e Freshmen Daslseroallfl25 Righr, Coming up fariair Seniorfifrgdl IV 7 I-luizer comes up for ,air dUIii'1Ql'O,'SW'll'l'Y" H , f y f Problems Hgmper Team 1201! Sw liTllT'llPiQ riirriing swimmers, the swim ream began me 1981-82 son with hopes of winning, Bur circumsrances 1 beyond the swim feams conrrol prevented the ream from having a win' ning season. -"The season was ci big disappoinrmenr due TO fhe lack of pracrice rime and a pool ro practice in," explains swim coach Ken Lewis. The pool that rhe team used for practice was shui down due ro mechanical problems, and rhe team locked the funds to find anorher pool YO practice year, if we can find a pooland rhe hours ro pragriceff added Coach Lewis. 1 1 1 Despite the lacls of a pool, the swim feam had several refine performances from sophomore Craig Hagadone, and seniors Jim Dunn, Fred Huizer, Sieve Mangum and Michael Sam. Five lerrermeri will bererarning ro the team fnexr year and Coach Lewis 'feels the ream will have l'i'l9',fQlGf1l' ro be a com- peririye reom. g y 1 Swimming 1981-82 ii AHS OP 41 Hagerstown 122 62 Howe 107 56 Tech 117 69 Marshall 103 56 Cenrer Grove 114 68 Hamilron S,E, 103 94 Washingroa 42 79 Brebuef 97 72 Chorord 99 Arh Ciry Meer Nm, Lefr. And he-'s off . . . Senior Sreve Mongum dives from rhe srorring blocks during comperirion. Below. Swim Teom. Row 1: Jeff Dorlser, Wisdom, ond Som Hill, Row 3: Tom Dovis, Doryn Golder, Toni Beol, Liso Corpenrer, Fred Michoel Som, Cleosrer Dovis, Jim Dunn, Sreve Huizer, ond Scorr Derling, Row 2: Keirh Mongum, Dryonr Dodson, Joclsie Wells, ond Miller, Eric Powell, Tony Dunn, Michoel Clorence Hunr. ,swim-J i. , S X Lefr, Stroking . . . Senior Toni Deal srrolses Above. Going strong . . . Sophomore Croig rhrough rhe worer while swimming rhe Hogodone comes up for oir during d swim lengrh of rhe pool. meer. l l Swimmingfl27 Dedicated Individuals Arlington's athletic department would not be complete without the dedicated coaching staff. This special group of individuals spends many hours teaching young people the fundamentals of athletics and how to win and lose graciously. And when they are not busy working with their teams, you can find many of them in the class- room teaching. Why would one want to spend long hours in the classroom teaching and then spend their evenings coaching? Swim coach Ken Lewis explains why he enjoys coaching, "I like coaching because it' gives a person an opportunity to deve- lope the full character of students men- tally and physically." And how do the students feel about the coaches? Junior Jim Moss comments, "l feel the coaches do a good job and give everybody a chance to play." An Arlington coach leads a busy life try- ing to maintain a good athletic program and a winning tradition at Arlington. Sometimes they don't get the recogni- tion they deserve, but the athletic de- partment would not be the same with- out them. ' 5 f A 2 '-'Gif' Above. Watching the team . , , Freshmen coach Jim I-layes keeps an eye on the team during the game. 128 X Coaches Right. Giving orders . . . Reserve coach Chuck Page shouts instructions to the team. mg, 3, Left. Words of encouragement . . . Wrestling coachef Below. Daily routine . . . Coach Joe Draughon Michael Slabaugh and Ed Dwyer give some words of talses a few minutes to grade papers in a study encouragement to wrestler Darrell Powell hall. 'MUN f-,swung . ix X . 'fm W. 10 4' I' mr: l Left. Keeping track of time . . . Cross country Above. Going over the game plan , , , coach William Dennett lseeps tracls of the teams' Baslsetball coach Steven Glenn goes over the game times. plan with his team. Coaches! 129 130 X People Dnvnder fmn'4-xv' lllllll if Ill! nunia ,140 , Ullwmh' They're oll oround you - in rhe cofererio woiring for the 8100 om bell, your firsr hour homeroom, your English closs, your club. You see rhem offer school or l-loog's drug srore, or worls ond or rhe movies. Helping you solve your morh problems, oslsing o girl ro rhe donce for you, lending you o pen, o piece of poper, or lunch money - rhese people do o lor for you. You spend o greor deol of rime vvirh rhem. You ond your friends live, work, ond porry rogerher. Both of you ore rhe cenrrol porr of the school. Wirhour you, rhe-re would be no meering ploce for people ro grow ond leorn. You ore imporronr becouse . . . YOU'RE WHERE IT COUNTS! . . . lln School People Divider! 131 Fred A. Jones, Principal Faburn DeFranrz, Vice-Principal Nancy Lorlsin, Vice-Principal James Spears, Direcror of Guidance Harry Caslsey, Dean of Boys Carole Smirh, Dean of Girls Fred Randall, Assr. Dean of Bays Willie Martin, Arhleric Direcror Margaret Armenoff, Business Rebecca Bender, Special Educarian Don Clodfelrer, Marh Joe Draughon, Physical Educarion William Fishback, Foreign Language James Guillaume, Arr Bernard Heelse, lndusrrial Arrs Josephine Holder, Home Economics Roberr McClary, Science Marilyn McCloud, English Zonda Monrgomery, Music John Morris, Social Srudies 132!Adrnin1srrarion Faculry And Sraff Keeping li All Togerher Malsina li Where li Counrs ff :mf ' V,,, fm: , I - ',- he Y.. TM 1614 7 J I I , . l, ,I af sw ,, ff W , 1 V-' ,.. -'02, 1 V , -fwfr K f W- fffyg We ,V , f XZ f , 1 ,O f f ,mf , ff! f lr X lf! 9 1 , 4 J.. ,, - f , W E , mfwwdf ' 9 f: Z J f rw V , yqyly, 4 , ., ,. .-at F. -an 'J J ' 'X ff 1457, M ,, .,.,, ,U , 'ilf 'fs J , f f . -mi iz at 115: 'L ,, ff , 1 VJZY f '1,ff7'7 1',' 7ff7,"f'f'f2f747 , ,V 4, 4, , ,1Eif,fwi' N, ff W i' 4 1 frfifff' 4 A-A , K A f x f V .-'fn' f' G X 5 , W' L V , . 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Robert Alysworrh, ROTC Louise Barries, English William Bennerr, Marh Barnerr Birch, Special Educarion David Blase, Science Raberr Bowman, Science George Brown, Social Srudies Leorha Buckley, Business Irvin Cash, Audio-Visual Malinda Coffee, Business Sgr, Eddie Colley, ROTC Ruth Colon, Foreign Language Michael Conyers, Music James Craver, Physical Education Sharon David, Science Ronald Davie, Social Srudies Mary Davis, Home Economics Edward Dwyer, Social Srudies Louisrine Fields, Business William Fisher, Marh Adminisrrarian Faculry And Srafffiisil Asahi Corol reef studies odvontogeous for Wolls ln the bock of on open truck 17 teochers ride through o dusty foreign villoge where there is no industry ond much poverty. They orrive on o sun- ny worm beoch ot 6:80 in the morn- ing to finish boloncing ond checking their geor. The time hos come to hook up the mouthpiece ond wolk out into the oceon for on eight hour doy of reseorching plonts orgonisms Solvodor lslond in the Bohomos. Mr. Thomos Wolls who teoches regulor ond odvonced biology wos involved in corol reef ond ecology studies in the Bohomos for two weeks. The seo life expedition wos sponsored by the Notionol Science Foundotion CNFSD. Fourteen busy doys were spent in the cleor solty woter swimming olong designoted reefs ond collecting specimens to be studied in the lobs ot night. Studying with the other teoch- ers Wolls wos one of two from lndi- ono. The others were from Kentucky. As for his summer excursion Wolls these trips but soys There wos much hord work to it ond it wos no vocotion. But if onother trip comes up l would be interested in going. ln oddltion Wolls stoted Even though much of whot l leorned l olreody knew l hope thot the experience will help me teoch my closses better. S , . , Z' ond seo life on the corol reefs of Son hos no future plons for onother one of Steven Glenn, Speciol Educotion I In A, - "f"f'J"' if 'I' "'k'f'7 "f', Y'Q"ff't ,',.Y2W" ' ' vw. fifff ' , Glodysmoe Good, Science ,lll i I , 3 ent, Moe Groves Home Economics ' X f ' , Mltffflu f' E lrli A , f , 'i L S ' A ,., i ' T' ..x ,, JIFEQQ? ufff y ' i, ' I 4,5 1 4 4, -,p'g+-i., lzfffi S T Z, . T , , :1 isle? , , 2761 ,g W, Z 722,33 75' gf ,- f r rbfi. ' yy' , ly u , Za e fz-iw! , ,zf.,,?Tf?4? Prlscillo Gullick, English Wolloce Hortmon, Industriol Arts Jeon Hoilmon, Business Donno Hostettler, Art Betty Hungerford, Home Economic Jomes Johnson, English Morgoree Johnson, Business Mourice Johnson, Moth Adolf Kerber, English Mox Kidwell, Industriol Arts Azilee Kincoide, English 1 17'-tif , V f s J John King, lndusrriol Arts A 184fAdministrotion, Foculry And Stoff x 1. ii, ,IW .,.4mps,. J ,,,, . www ,J , , ,Q ww., f ,I , ,, fxi , . . 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John Minor, ROTC Josephine Mosby, English Janet Nugen, Home Economics, Richard Oglesby, Counselor Wendall Parker, Special Education Harry Penquite, Science Donnie Peters, Special Education Dorian Pinner, Foreign Language Lois Repass, English Glenn Rhode, Math William Salzmann, Music Denver Samrn, Math Michael Sanford, Science Joyce Sausser, Social Studies John Schulz, Foreign Language Administration Faculty And Srafff185 Florence Scott, Special Education Michael Slabaugh, Art Donald Thomas, Counselor Jarnes Urbain, English Henry Volk, Math Tom Walls, Science Eddie Ward, Physical Education Ramona Watson, Special Education Clara Weaver, English Jennifer Werbil, Publications Adviser Anna Wessel, Physical Education Jacqueline White, Counselor Martha White, Counselor John Wiaains. Business Jean Woodward, English Daveda Wyatt, English Robert Zetzl, Science Public Relations Coordinator Carol Bohannon, IMB Clerk Betty Busicls, Teacher Aide Audra Bailey, Alma Collons, Nurse June Edison, Adult Assistant Mary Farner, Guidance Clerls Betty Ferguson, Registrar 13ofAdministration, Faculty And Staff . . V V 'T " 'Ski , ..zW"xA xii R imfnl . in 4 'E Nik- ' . -1 ' fif , 44,,--Wy ' ,Mfr K ff Wye J W, , ff, ,, ,Q V 7 1 f WX I ,4 ,J A '42 ' , , ff ' f f fy ,Q ff ' A ' ,, 7'-lx f fi , ' -Km? Q -- ' , ' wif i , K f f M? of is f f , f, r we f' V az - wif , , Y fi .5377- J' .' 1329 V f " ' ' I ' 12: 1 ' X x X X Ss X X x F , - l24,ff3L,- 1 if, J ' in J ,H -:, ' ,,,, gil' " ,X 'Up ., ,sf J, h 'F ' V f WWffW77f'f! 77777 it if , iiir"ssr ii,ir f ' i z ,ww ' , V- v,,,r's A 0 V i QQ. - j , ,J pv- . ,. ,. Vi .wp .f ,ff 4,1 WM .0 1' V QNX. V ' ik l fi 11: i if 5 , , tae -1:4 , A 4 '11 ' CQ "rw W ' I I Le-. - ' " ev-3 N3 Q2 3 . i" ' I ir" f, 1' I ,' ' H w 4 J 'Sw v ' nc' . 1. M . , . 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" - ,'5.f"3 gym v, ,,,xf'5,Lji, ,fn '19 54, TAB? hy. , Zi i ' 4 A Y '1, -',, , " ff , fi. ,awff piyi gt V -.,.wi"ff 4- z V I f f V ,L 4 I , , V wg ,, i ff V' gi my' J! ,if 1 95:3 ff' ' .iv 'ky 445 ' ', f V , A I I , I A A .,,, , V , 3 ,x ' f, ' ,f , i , ju? I , , 4' 4 i A ' ,1,"a'f,,!'-Q', , if , , ig ,L f f" if ' 2'.,.l-A' :Min V 1 ', ,V,.,, ,,,,,,, , J, ,,,.,, X 4 'wx 'sa' why. ' Bess Gorrert, Pupil Personnel Essilee Homilron, Adult Assistonr Jecin l-leylmonn, Arrendonce Clerk Helen Kendoll, Artendonce Clerk Lee Phelps, Bookkeeper Dorothy Sanders, School Secretory ' pxm, 2441 .1 1 ' , 1 ,, J w, , .f 'Y' ' 'i ws ' ,Il ., N f 1 K 1? ff 17' i, f r, my , V f ,fm , M! , f 521' ,vu:0f'f" , -' fi l r 'J 1- ff-, , Z an W, T. T ' ,L is J ' 4 Sondy Sloon, Security Ruth Sterling, Sociol Service Counselor ' '3"W'ii3ffQ"n W - Pomelo Thomos, Ombudsperson f , ,I Morilyn Updike, English os o Second Longuoge W X, C Jocqueline Winters, Teocher Aide fag: " , T an oz Qi X , I' Q 11, V f Different tostes odd floyor to AHS Whot do we do ofter school? We usuolly cruise ground go ond eot ot Mickey D s flop in 0 choir wotch T V the some old thing Whot do focul ty members do ofter school? Now thot s o good one' They ore interest ed in more thon just groding quizzes ond comporing notes right? Well like whotP Borboro Hoyes Robert Bowmon ond Florence Scott enjoy knocking down the pins ot their locol bowling olley. Toking lops in o pool is o fovor- ire of Zondo Montgomery ond Mi- choel Slobough, while Leotho Buck- ley, Bonnie Peters, ond Betsy Wilson ore gome onytime for o set of tennis, Whether on forowoy mountoins or ot the hilly trolls ot Brown County Don no Hostettler Bill Bennett ond Jeon Hoilmon find hiking invigoroting Not oll the foculty feels the need to relox by working the kinks out Won derlust every so often grobs Dovid Ford Rebecco Bender Moe Groves Noncy Lorkin ond Willie Mortin The foculty knows how to enjoy itself too. They need reloxotion ond re- creotion os much os we do. They work hord trying to help us out ond moke life eosler. Hey focultyl You're where it counts! Adminlstrotion, Foculry And Srofff 187 - - Rimo Abyod - Donno Anderson Steve Arnold - x Lk Troy Rondoll Bollinger Shelley Donks Seth Bqmen Shaun Barnett Tom Beol Robbin Beomon Mark Benberry Keith Bobo Mary Jo Boyd I 4, 1 ' 'Q 19' ' Q 4 Crystal Brown Chester Bullock Paula Bussey Donald Byrdsong Lisa R. Brown Lynette Brown Susan Brown Patrick Bundles Jonathon Burnett Michelle Burnett Claudia Butler ff ,,..,,, Cheryl Callaway SQTEESL147 Arthur Connell Becky Corufhers 1 N-xfjy 1 Morion Chong 11 Bev Collins Mlklto Collins Janet Conme f xx ' QQ. , ,lf""ff K , 375 is H, XM' Q., " . A f J I 1 , X 9 4 - I i KX" x iv ' s. 1'f'.-' 'T -vw H 1 tif' ,fs bn . Er--'A ,J 36 ,X 4: Av " --mf . ,Z 1 K ? "'-u-??.'- f . -A -11 dc-gf? , V ft if..- fi? 'Q' i l I.. 1 a i .ff '-. IBX K 'FS Lxa 4 T f.- QF' 3' .,, , 1 .x A. -,Lg If . e .4 14' -u ,f- .1 1. 1-44 f Seniors Marchelle Delaney Gwen Demougin 1- I William Dennis Troy Dickerson Robert Dodson MONO D0U9hf9YY .. ik' W. .1 5 . Olga Duckworth we James Dunn Michael Dinkins Terri Dixon N X l - Stanley Douglas Eric Driver James Eods Bobby Edwards ,, F im Kimberly Elder Curr Elli0Ul gl 1 - Rhonda Fitzgerald David Flitman Danielle Foster JOCQUGIYU FOX Daniel Ennis Michael Flowers Vivica Fox Donna Lynn Gardner Z - Reginald Fields Kevin Floyd Valda Freeman Valerie Garrettl 140,155-nrcyv a Rebecca Geraldg Tony Gilbert Lisa Givan Alberta Glaspy Gregory Glass Myra Gleaves Deborah Goodloe Sharon Grant f - Lawrence Grayson Sandy Grubaugh Mark Christopher Guynn Wyonne Hole Cynthia Halliburton G Q r , . ' X 5 .215 sr ' ,Q , il X XE . H il lr , S. l 5 g' lv U ' q is A' i li V' f , l Robert Hormon Vicki Harrell Lori Hoverstick Kimberly Houser Mary High Twonno Hill Marlo A. 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Anderson ' Spantsh Club 2, Goldenatres 2 4, Student Counctl 2 4, Kntghtengales 2 Donna Anderson ' German Club 1-3, Kntghtengales 1-4, Clerk 23, Messenger 23, Freshmen Chotr 1, Sentor Class Rep 4 Gertl Lynn Anderson ' Basketball 1-4, Volleyball 2-4, Track 14, PUSH Excel 24, Powder Puff 34 Terrl Anderson ' Chotr 1, Knrghtengales 2, Powder Puff 3 Kelly Armstrong ' Goldenatres 24, Student Dtrecror 4, PUSH Excel 4, Powder Puff 34, Ltttle 500 34, Student Council 4 Steven W. Arnold ' Color Guard 2-4, Drtll Team 23, Qutz Team 4, Knlghtwrtter 4, Concert Band 3, Concert Orchestra 3, Pep Band 3, Marchtng Band 34, Sctence Club 4 Donna Bacon ' Basketball 1, Volleyball 2, Powder Pulf 3, Chotr 1 LaVerne Balley ' Chotr 23, Cheerblock 3 Robln R. Ballard ' VICA 24, Prestdenr 3 Troy Randall Balllnger ' Sentot Class Offtcer 4, Prestdent 4, Baseball 14, French Club 12, PUSH Excel 4, Human Relattons 2, Basketball 1, Student Counctl 4, Dowltng Club 14 Shelley Banks ' Bowltng Club 34, Poltttcal Club 4 Sharon Barbee ' VICA 4, Homecomtng Queen Condtdate 4, Chotr 1 Shaun Barnett ' Football 13, Wtestlrng 14, Letterman's Club 14 Tonl Lynn Beal ' Goldenatres 3 4, Swtm Team 14, Letterman's Club 3 4, Muslcal 24, Track Team 12, Cross Country 1, Powder Puff 34 Rabbln Deanne Beamon ' DECA 12 Mary Jo Boyd ' Stage Craft 12, Chotr 14, Messenger 14, Volleyball 1, Center For Leadershtp Development 1, Student Counctl 1 George Edward Bradshaw Ill ' Honor Soctety 34, Whos Who 4, Student Counctl 34, Football 14, Captatn 4, Baseball 14, Captatn 4, Wrestltng 14, Captatn 4, Letrermarfs Club 2 4, Prestdent 3, PUSH Excel 2 4, Homecomrng Kung 4, Sponrsh Club 2 3 Karllena Brady ' Pep Club 12, Basketball 13, Volleyball 14 Deborah L. Brooks ' Pep Club 14, Secretary 3, Volleyball 1 2, Messenger 1, COE 4, Kntghtengales 2, French Club 1 3, OEA 4, Chotr 1, Voter's League 4, Treasurer 4, Powder Pull 34 Crystal Brown ' Pep Club 13, Vtce Prestdent 2, PUSH Excel 34, Vtce Prestdent 3, Student Counctl 24, Whos Who 4, Powder Puff 34, Ca Captotn 3, Juntor Class Board 3, French Club 12, Hugh School Volunteer Program 12 Llsa R. Brown ' ROTC 14, Cadet Olhcer 2, Goldenattes 4 Chester Bullock ' Wrestltng 13 Patrlck Bundles ' Student Counctl 14, Ptestdent 4, Nattonal Honor Soctety 3 4, Cheerleadtng 2 4, Captatn 2, Engltsh Dept Asst 2 4, Human Relotrons 12, 4, Center For Leadershtp Development 2, PUSH Excel 24, luntor Advtsoty Board 3, Marchtng Bond 12, Concert Band 12 Paula Bussey ' PUSH Excel 4, Bawltng Club 24, Sentot Class Otftcer 4, Secretary 4, Human Commtttee 4, Juntor Achtvement 1, 3, Vtce Presldent Of Productton 3 Cloudlo N. Bullet ' Track 12, Manager 12, Spantsh Club 12, Marchrng Band 14, Pep Band 24, Ptt Orchestra 23, Concert Band 1 4, Orchestra 2 4, Nurses Asst 14 Cheryl Callaway ' Dowltng Club 3, Messenger 13, Student Counctl 1, Powder Pull 34, Red Cross Club 1 Tracey Campbell ' Tennts Team 24, Bowltng Club 24, Lrrtle 500 2, Center For Leadershtp Development 3, luntor Achtevement 2, Gym Asst 2, Letterman's Club 4 Arrhur Cantrell ' AllCrty lozz Band 34, All Ctty 13, All Ctty Band 13, Morchtng Band 14, Drum Major 3 4, Ptt Orchestra 14, Concert Bond 3, Concert Orchestra 4, Pep Band 3, Jazz Band 3, Dtrector 3 Llso Carpenter ' Thesptans 34, Chotr 34, Qutz Team 34, Captatn 4, Speech Team 4, Audttortum Techntctan 3 4, Kntghtwrtter 4, Mustcal 34, Thesptan Play 34, Student Counctl 34 Cellanar Ruth Clark ' Goldenatres 14, Matmatds 14, Track Team 14, Spontsh Club 1, Human Relattons 12, PUSH Excel 14, Gym Asst 13, Messenger 24, Concert Chotr 24, Knrghtengoles 34 Bev Colllns ' Pep Club 2, French Club 1, Ltbrary Asst 1 Janet Conlne ' German Club 2 4, Sctence Club 1 2, Sponlsh Club 2. QUE Team 12, Bowltng Club 3, Math Asst 24, Mustcal 3, Stage GSW 3 Llnda Conllno ' Kntghtengoles 3 4, Concert Chotr 4, Thesptan 4, Muddy leer Player 4, Orchestra 14, Muscal 1 4, Thesptan Play 4. Speech TGOVY1 4 Andrea Crowlord ' Orchestra 14, AllCtty 14, Student Counctl 24, Treasurer 4, Nartonal Honor Socrety 3-4, Hooster Gtrl's State 3, Youth Congress 2, PUSH Excel 2, French Club 2, Baseball Dtamond Domsel 2 4 Chrlstl Crelghron ' Juntor Achtevement 13, lndrana Black Youth Assem bly 34, Homecomtng Queen Condtdate 4 Jlm Cummer ' Concert Chotr 24, Kntghtstngets 2, 4, Mustcal 12 Helen Cushenberry ' Juntor Achtevement 13, Secretary 2, Bowllng Club 12, Track Team 12 Dennls Dame ' Nartonal Honor Soctety 34, Explorer Scouts 4, ISU Summer Honor Program 4, VICA 3 Shaun Davls ' Basketball 12, Football 1 Wllllam M. Dennls ' Nattonal Honor Soctety 34, Student Counctl 14, Thesptans 24, Concert Chotr 24, Arltngrones 34, Juntor Class Offtcer 3, Ptestdent 3, Speech Team 34, Swtm Team 3 4, Co-Captatn 3, Mustcal 14, Sentor Play 3-4 Troy J. Dlckerson ' Arltngrones 3 4, Concert Chotr 2 4, Wrestltng 1, 3 4, Football 4, Kntghtstnger 23, Chotr 1, State Conventton 4, Audttor 4 Robert Dodson ' Track Team 13, Spontsh Club 24, Vtce Prestdent 3, Sctence Club 4 Carherlne Dougherty ' Arltngtones 4, Concert Chotr 34, Concert Or chestro 1 4, Mustcal 1 4, Bowltng Club 3 4, Student Counctl 3, Knlghtengales 24, IPS Symphony 14, IPS Band Camp 12, Strung Ensemble 14 Klmberly Elder ' Spantsh Club 12, German Club 2, Pep Club 2, Bowltng Club 12, 4 Cun E. Elllort ' Concert Chotr 4, Kntghtstngers 14, Accolade 4, Lancer 4, Audttottumn Techntcran 13 Dan Ennls ' Football 1, 4, Swtm Team 12, Concert Band 2, Marchtng Band 12, Chotr 13, Orchestra 12 Eddle Exlord Jr. ' Football 12, German Club 12, Basketball 14 Davld E. Fllrman ' Sctence Club 2 4, Ptestdent 4, Baseball Team 14, ISEF Teams Competttton 4, Narronal Honor Soctety 34 Michael Flowers ' Student Counctl 4, Spantsh Club 3, German Club 3, Bowltng Club 14, Bowltng Team 2, PUSH Excel 4, Mock Electron 4, Lteutenanr Governor, Prom Prtnce 3, Track Team 1, Human Relattons 4 Danlelle Foster ' Cheerleader 34, Captotn 4, Juntor Class Olftcer, Secretary 3, Student Counctl 3, Drtll Team 12, Bowltng Club 3 Vlvlca Fax ' Volleyball 14, Co Captatn 4, Cheerleader 2, 4, Basketball 1 4, Track 14, Student Counctl 3, Kntghtengales 2, Nurses And 34, Gym Asststant 3 Valda M. Freeman ' PUSH Excel 24, Presrdent 34, Nottanol Honor Soctety 3 4, Vtce Prestdent 3, Juntor Class Offtcer 3, Treasurer 3, Volleyball 4, Ltlly Leadershtp Program 34, Track 13, Sctence Club 34, Student Counctl 4, German Club 3, Center For Leadershtp Development 3 Donna Lynn Gardner ' Cheerleader 13, Captatn 1, Spantsh Club 34, luntar Class Offtcer 3, Vtce Presldent 3, Track 2 Volerle Garten ' Orchestra 14, Kntghtengales 2, Chotr 3 4, Goldenatres 34, Matmatd 2, Spantsh Club 1, Student Counctl 12, Powder Puff 34, Captatn of Delense 3 Rebecca Geralds ' OEA 4, Secretary 3, Advanced Band 14, Marchtng Band 24, Pep Band 23, French Club 12, COE 4 Llsa Glvan ' Lancer 24, Accalade 34, Student Ltfe EdttorfAcodemtcs and Clubs Edttor 3, Asststant Edttor 3, Edttor tn Chtef 4, Outll G Scroll 34, Secretary!Treasurer 4, Boll State Summer .lournaltsm Workshop 3, Pep Club 2, Kntghttngales 2, Whos Who 4 Albena Glaspy ' Basketball 1, Track 1, luntor Achtevement 2 Myra Gleoves ' PUSH Excel 1 Deborah Goodloe ' Center For Leadershtp Development 3, OEA 4, Ptestdent 4, COE 4, Prestdent 4, Powder Puff 3 4, Track 4, Bowltng Club 2 Sharon Grant ' PUSH Excel 24, Spantsh Club 24, Pep Club 3, Student Counctl 2 4, Patltmentartan 3, Mustcal 12, Orchestra 12, Paltttcal Club 3 4. Sctence Club 34, Human Relattons 34, Soctal Studtes Asststont 3 Mark Chrlslopher Guynn ' Wrestlrng 14, Captatn 4, ROTC 12, Letter mans Club 3 4 Vlckl Ann Harrell ' Goldenotres 34, Student Counctl 14, Bowltng Club 1 4, Prestdent 4, Mustcol 13, Concert Chotr 3 4, Spanrsh Club, Lrttle 500 14, Powder Puff 34, Track 3 Klmberly Mauser ' Spontsh Club 1 Lorl Naversrlck ' French Club 12, Dowling Club 14, Secrerary 2, Naripnal Honor Socuery 3 4, Musrcal 2 4, Varsrry Bowling Club 14, Srudenr Council 1 2- 590101 005 Ofllfel 4. Alumnr Secrerary 4, Marching Dona 14, Orches 'IO 14. Band 14 MQW Uelh Hlgll ' Dowling Club 14, Lirrle Sw 1, Powder Puff 3, Arr Assr Musrcal 3 Twanna L. Hlll ' Thespians 14, Clerk 2, Treasurer 4, Speech Team 14, Team Caprain 4, lsnighrwrirers 14, Vice Presidenr 3, German Club 34, French Club 34, Spanrsh Club 23, Chess Team 12, Concerr Choir 24, VOLS 4, Presrdenr 4, Audirorrum Technicran 24 Llsa Nollrnan ' Whos Who 34, Narianal Honor Socrery 34, Narional Council ol Teachers of English Award 3, Quill 6 Scroll 34, Accoladd 2 4, Srudenr Life Ediror 2, Copy Ediror 34, Lancer Copy Ediror 4, Srudenr Council 2, Knighrwrirer 14, Thesprans 24 Cheryl Haneycun ' Spanish Club 12, Nurse's Assr 24, Powder Puff 3 Sherry Hughes ' Pep Band 14, Ihr Orchesrra 24, Marching Band 14 Fred Hulzer ' Chorr 13, Swim Team 14, Caprain 4, Chess Team 4, Science Club 4, German Club 24, Audirorium Technician 24, JETS 4, Srudenr Councrl 1, Musical 14 Klm Humphrey ' Track Team 12, Drill Team 13 Karen D. Jackson ' Home Ec Fashion Show 34, PUSH Excel 4 John Jamerson ' Faorball 1, Top Five Sophomore 2, PUSH Excel 4, Srudenr Council 4 Tonya Jewell ' Cheerleading 24, Knrghrengales 2, Concerr Choir 34, Arlrngrones 4, Track Team 14, French Club 24, LeIrermen's Club 14, Chorr 1, Dowling Club 4, Cross Counrry Team 4 Glenn Johnson ' DECA 4 Susan Delores Johnson ' Arr Club 3, Track Team 23, PUSH Excel 4 Gregory Jones ' Faorball 13 Wllllam F. Jordan ' Junior Achievemenr 3, DECA 4, Knighrsingers 2 4, Concerr Charr 34, Audio Vsual Aid 34 John M. Kearney ' Accolade 23, Sporrs Ednror 3, Golf 14, Caprain 34, Nanonol Honor Sociery 3 4, Science Club 2, French Club 2, Dowling Club 2, PUSH Excel 24 Mlchael Kelly ' D Band 1, Chess Club 1 Tlm C. Kendrlck ' Jazz Band 2, Pep Bond 2, Marching Band 2 4, All Crry Jazz Band 4, Concerr Band 2, 4, W Orchesrra 4, Talenr Show 34 Kimberly D. Kerchlra ' Concerr Choir 34, French Club 3, Lancer 24, Accolade 2 4, Academics Ediror 4, Knlghrengales 2, Quill L1 Scroll 3 4, Dall Srare Workshop 3, Pram Princess 3, Whos Who 4, Accolade Assr Edirof 4 Laura Knelp ' Narvonal Honor Sociery 3 4, Senior Class Offrcer 4, Treasur er 4, Concerr Chorr 3 4, Knighrengales 2, Sruderrr Council 4, Chorr 1, Chess Club 1 Ron Lacey Jr. ' Track 24, Wresrling Team 2, DECA 4 Melllsa Ann Long ' Gymnasrrcs 3 4, Goldenorres 34, Concerr Dana 1 4, Homecoming Queen Candrdare 4 Flona Longford ' Norionol Honor Sociery 34, Goldenarres 34, Concerr Dand14,Ord1esIral4,Mard1ing Bond 12 Steve Longford ' Anrngranes 2 4, Concerr Chorr 2 4, Knighrsingers 14, Lirrle SCD 14, Swim Team 3, Dowling Club 14 Lynda lnnll ' Concerr Choir 34, Thesprons 24, Thespran Play 12, 4. Newsreel 2, 4, Knighrwrirers 14, IU Honors Program ro Germany 3, German Club 14, Speech Team 14 Stacey lee ' Accolode 13, Clubs!Academics Ediror 2, Marching Band 1 4, Concerr Dana 2 4, Marmaid 1, Spanish Club 12, Srudenr Council 12, PII Orchesrro 2 Joseph Lawls ' Flag Derarl 1, Drill Team 12, ROTC 2, Bmkerball 1, Manager 1 Denlse Love ' HOSA Club 23, Presrdenr 3 Monlca Malone ' Srudenr Council 4, Knrghrengales 2, Daskerboll 23, Messenger 3-4, VTCA 4 Robln Rona Monnlng ' Narvonol Honor Sooery 34, MU Alpha Thero 34, COE 4, OEA 4 Sharon Manln ' An Club 14, French Club 3, OEA 4 Shown Manln ' Bowling Club 3, Messenger 24, Powder Puff 3, Red Cross Club 1 Rhonda Maynard ' French Club 13, ROTC 12. Drill Team 12 Rldrord McClondon ' Foorbal 24 Boron E.L McCullough ' Foorbal 13, Daseba-I 24 jgpmnrg Mgknudilgg ' Faorball 1-4, Mosr Valuable Player 4. FOUYIN I0 Ciry Scoring 4, Track 4, ROTC 1-2, Lerrermon 2-4 .locquellno Mlles ' Track 1-2, Powder Pufi 4, DECA 4 Llso Mlller ' Srudenr Council 2 3, English Deparrmenr Assr 34, Spanish Club 2, Human Relarions 3, National Honor Sociery 34, Mlchael A. Mlller ' Swim Team 13, Audrronum Technician 14, Knighr singers 14, Concerr Chorr 2 Mary Mllchell ' Cheerleader 23, PUSH Excel 24, Choir 1, Senior Class Officer 4, Vice Presrdenr 4, Knrghrwrirer 4 llrlan Mobley ' Daskerball 14, Lerrermen's Club 2, Faorball 1 Cherl Malln ' Arlinglones 4, Concerr Chorr 34, Knighrengales 23, Orchesrra 1, Musical 34, Llllle 500 14, COE 4 Crystal D. Moore ' Choir 1, Knighrengales 23, Cenrer For Leadership Developemenr 2. Goldenaxres 3 4 Lawrence H. Moore Jr. ' Dowling Club 2 3, VICA 4, Lirrle 500 3 4, Tennis 23, Srudenr Council 23, French Club 3 Dawn Moss ' Accolade 4, Sporrs Ednar 4, Lancer 3 4, Quill Cr Scroll 34, Knrghrengales 2 Tracy Murray ' Cheerleader 34, Track Team 24, Srudenr Council 34, Council 4, German Club 4, PUSH Excel 4, Llllle 563 3 Don Norman ' Concerr Orchesrra 14, Concerr Choir 13, Arlingrones 3, 4, Tennis Team 3 4, All Crry Orchesrra 14, Musical 1 4, Audirorrum Technician 1 4, Knlghrsrngers 2 4 Franchesko Norman ' Goldenaires 34, Narional Honor Sociery 34, Cenrer for Leadership Develapemenr 3, Who's Who 4, Tap Five Sopho more 2, PUSH Excel 4 Norm O'Drlen ' Marching Band 3 4, Concerr Orchesrra 3 4, Orchesrra 4 Tracy Polmore ' Marmaids 34, Messenger 3 Karen D. Parker ' Orchesrra 14, All Ciry Orchesrra 12, Musical 13, Goldenaires 1, Dance Colides Club 1, Choir 1, Knighrengales 1, Concerr Choir 2, Arlingranes 4 Palrlcla Perry ' Volleyball 12, Spanish Club 3 4, Vice Presidenr 3, Golden aires 34, Knighrengales 2 Don L, Phllllps ' Concerr Chorr 24, Arlingrones 24, Senior Play 34, Chnsrmas Play 3 4, Thespian Play 3 4, Speech Team 4, Knighrslngers 2 4, Thespians 24, Muddy Feer Player 14, Musical 14 Robyn Polndexler ' Volleyball 2, Spanish Club 3, Secrerary 3, Pep Club 4, Dowlrng Club 4 Darryl Prorher ' Spanish Club 13, Dowling Club 14, Narionol Honor Socrery 34, Srudenr Council 4, Dowling Team 3, Baskerball 1 Larrl Pratt ' Choir 1, Photography 2 4, Lancer 3 4, Phorography Ediror 4, Accolade 3 4, Phorography Ediror 4, Quill 6 Scroll 34, Hisrorran 4 Andrea Rachelle Prlce ' Senior Class Officer 4, Second Vice Presidenr 4, Lancer 2 3, Ca Assr Ediror 3, Concerr Dana 1, Marching Band 14, Concerr Choir 24, Concerr Orchesrra 24, French Club 13, Srudenr Council 14, PUSH Excel 2 4, Corresponding Secrerary 4 Lesley Pruln ' Spanish Club 1, PUSH Excel 2 3, Secrerary 3, Concerr Choir 34, Knrghrengales 2, Chorr 1, Arlrngrones 3, COE 4, OEA 4 Odell Ranson ' Tennis Team 14, Caprain 4, Dowling Club 2, 4, Team Caprain 4, Track Team 14, Caprain 4, Vorer's League 4, Presrdenr 4, Knrghrwrirers 4, Science Club 4 Rlchard Rlpley ' Marching Bond 2 4, Pep Band 2 4, All Ciry Orchesrra 2 4, Fir Orchesrra 24, Srudenr Councrl 1, A Band 24, AOrchesrra 24 Jerry E. Rllchle ' Nanonal Honor Sociery 34, ISEF Engineering Team Comperirlon 2 4, Chess Team 2, 4, Cross Counrry Team 3 4, Science Club 2 4, Treasurer 4, Dowling Club 2 4, Treasurer 2, Knighrwrilers 3 4, Audrro num Technician 12, Musrcal 13, French Club 2 Kevln E. Rushlng ' Foolball 1, 4, Bowling Club 4, Knighrwnrers 24, Daskelball 4, Science Club 34, CYO 24, Treasurer 4 Sharrl Russell ' Nurses Assr 34, Messenger 14 Jlll Sargent ' Srudenr Council 2, Lirrle 500 14, Audra Visual Assr 2 John Schusrer ' Faorball 13, Coprain 2, Track Team 24, Wresrhng 3 4, Lerrermen's Club 24 Sheryl Schweizer ' Bowling Club 14, Musical 34, Make up Crew 34 Bryan! Shon ' Orchesrro 4, Swrm Team 3, Arlingrones 3, Knighrsingers 2, Cenrer for Leadership Develop-emenr 3, Srudenr Council 34 Mlchelle Slder ' Englmh Office Assr 1 2, Knighrengales 2, Concerr Chair 3, Thesprans 13, Presrdenl 3, Swim Team 2 3, Goldendarres 2 3, MusrcaIfTh esplon Hay 13, Muddy Feer Player 23, Speech Team 3 Angle Smlrh Lancer 3, Accolade 34, Lirrle 4C0 3 Arlendlo Smlrh ' Messenger 12, Powder Puff 4 Clara Smlrh ' Pep Club 3 4, Choir 1, Knighrengales 2 3, Powder Pull 3 4, PUSH Excel 2, Musical 4 I f Q F Clenllce Tyree Smllh ' Narional Honor Sociery 3-4, Top Five Sophomore 2, Red Cross Direcrar 3, Junior Achievemenr 234, Vice Presidenr of Produc- non 2 3, Vice Presidenr ol Markering 4, All Ciry Dand14, Marching Band 1 4, Spanish Club 14, Treasurer 4, Thespians 3 4, Lirrle 500 1 4, Quiz Team 4 Deborah D. Smllh ' Powder Puff 34, Dowling Club 4 ' Elayne M. Smllh ' Pep Club 1, Srudenr Council 24, Spanish Club 2, Cenrer far Leadership Developemenr 3, Black Expo Junior Division Pag eanr Conresranr 3 Gall Smlrh ' Messenger 1, Track Team 3 4, Powder Puff 4, Gym Assr 3 4 Mlchael R. Smllh ' Baseball Team 12, Dowling Club 14 Sharon M. Smllh ' Messenger 12, Junior Achievemenr 3, English Depr Assr 1, DECA 4, Vice Presidenr 4 Deanna Sladler ' Goldenaires 2 4, Assr Srudenr Direcror 4, Larin Club 3 4, Presidenr 4, Quill U Scroll 3 4, Vice Presidenr 4, Prom Princess Candrdare 3, Cindy Candidare 3, Thespian Pay 2, Lancer 3 4, Accolade 4, Thespion 2 4 Connle Steele ' Freshmen Daskerball 1, Cheerleader 1, Nurses Assr 12, Messenger 1 Damara D. Slewarl ' Srudenr Council 14, Secrerary 4, PUSH Excel 24, Vice Presrdenr 4, IU Journalism Workshop 2, Hanover Yearbook Work shop 4, Who's Who 34, Speech Team 4, Newsreel 4, Lancer News Fearure Edirar 2, Asst Edlror 2, EdIlOT in Chief 3, News Bureau Manager 2 4, Quill G Scroll 4, Senior Class Board 4, Publnciry Chairperson 4 Marcia Temple ' French Club 2 3, Pep Club 3, Dowling Club 4, Powder Pufl 34, Vorer's League 4, Assr Secrerary 4, Messenger 1, ROTC 34 Anthony Thompson ' ROTC 14, S3 Training Officer 4 Carla Thomas ' Bowling Club 14, Team Caprarn 14, Powder Puff 4, COE 4 Kalhy Tlplon ' Lrrrle 500 1, 4, French Club 23, Pep Club 2, Srudenr Council 3, Senror!Faculry Daslrerball Cheerleader 4, Powder Puff 4 Vanessa Turnrlne ' Narional Honor Sociery 34, Pn Orchesrra 23, Orchestra 13, PUSH Excel 4, French Club 13, Cenrer for Leadership Develapmenr 3, OEA 4, Messenger 3, Powder Puff 3-4, COE 4 Mlchele Tuh ' Spanish Club 3 4, Cary wide Fashion Arrs Show 2 4, Circle Crry Fesnvol - Modeling 24, Junior Tea 23 Carmen L. Tyler ' Lancer 2 4, News!Fearure Ediror 3, Ediror in Chief 4, Hoosier G1rl's Srare 3, Whos Who 3 4, French Club 13, Pep Club 13, Quill Lv Scroll 34, Presrdenr 4, Human Relarions 3 4, Srudenr Council 14, PUSH Excel 2 4, Knlghrengales 2 Llllle A. Vaughn ' Narional Honor Sociery 34, Nurse's Assr 34 Wlllerrer Wollon ' German Club 14, May I Help You 2 3, Marh Canresr 4 Shella Loulse Washlngron ' Messenger 2, Junior Achievemenr 2, VICA 34, Powder Puff 34, Lirrle 500 34 Julle Wlllloms ' Concerr Choir 3 4, Nurse's Assr 2 4, Knighrengales 23, Chorr 1 - Mlldred Wllllams ' Sludenr Council 1 2, VICA 3, Secrerary 3, Powder Puff 34, Lirlle Sw 3, COE 4, DECA 4, Treasurer 4, Pep Club 2 Rlchard Wllllams ' Football 24, Lerrermen's Club 24, Most Valuable Player l, 4, Fourrh in Ciry Rushing 4, Homecoming King Candidgro 4 Sherry Wllllams ' Choir 1, Knighrengales 2 4, Powder Puf1 34, Messen ger 4 Dara Kay Wllson ' Track Team 14, Gymnasncs Team 12, Spanish Club 23, Messenger 3 Shangla Woods ' Peg Band 14, D Band 1, Concerr Chorr 2 4, Pu Orchesrro 3. 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Andrinoi Jones Chorles Jones Derricls Jones LoVonne Jones Michoel Jones Sherri Jones Trocy Jones Lonnie Jordon Mory Keorney Tyrone Keller Michelle Kelly Sreven Kelly Aniro Kennedy Kelly Kennedy Russell Kirnmerly Gregory King Kevin King Morls Kleine Billy Kroning Angelo Krug Andreo Loisure Brodley Lombirrh John Lone Lillion Lone , 1 " wg-'i W' G X. NV.,,. . . 'x 'Y 1' -, 'sv ir ff -at ' X 4 fe 4 lei: I bi -3 4' xg V "' F 03. Q i ' ' ' l if V V' f 'T'-.2 Lawn " .lf 'W' si f' ,',, If K . , i , ,ff 1,-QQ 4 -Wi ,fy AA. 5 3' 9 K IJ 'B I P- Q 'ig V Y' fm ? x ' Q ' ' Q ,fig " we in X 2 7-'x:'1'f""' f X, V.. Q x l 'K 55,5 ..': V .,,. ..,. i 51 . -'QL . i x fig .L j - X A-4 x I :ff , 7134? "Q: ff' V . :U " . Q , 'iii-2:2 .af r 2 if . rg! " ff: 5: 3'2" ' - ,gram-if' 'Lt ' - ..j' 'lv ' A , 'K rn' 4 ii, ' V p! , 'Z f 'I ' .K K 'S 3 lj'f32: . 1-f . .4 5 fs W V l il 3 iygjlf . l 71' li ,,, jar , , 6 ' 2. yu- 1 A W er 1 Q.. 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We Q f 'ai f A f Q aj ,L ,gl 1 I wif 215 , . if VP- L, li ' Mircheii Lone Nydio Losonro Tonio Lorhom Vonhviloq Loungrorh Gorm Loursen Angelo Lee Kevin Lee Scorr Legge Liso Lewis Chris Linlsous Donno Lockerr Hong Luongsouphom Shelli Lyles Anrhony Lyons Denise McConville Rose McCorry Cheryl McCuIley Dono McGory Jomes McGhee Jeffrey McGhee Angelo McGinnis Suzonne McKinley Donno McKnighr Andreo McKnucIsIes Rondy Md-Theron Jodi Mocy Cindy Molless Relio Monns Mourice Morlsey Sherry Morsholl Normon Morrin Sondro Morrin Morrin Morrinez Norolie Moul George Mourer Kevin Moy Kevin Moynord Rebecco Moynord Trino Meode Scorr Medoris Donold Miidenberg Coroi Miller Jomes Miller John Miller Keirh Milier Pierre Miller Roberr Miller Brion Mino 'C"X f-' I i s! WW if 'ff' REQ --. 'nv- Sig' E be-S hu- 15. -Y-if 2 i'W 'G NX I 'iq 1, 1 Sophomore 1 185 .ass ow QR mv 18ofSopnomore r ni yi -JH: 4 f M A4 fl 'if QV? K X -V V ,4 ws- 12" 1' rf' 1.877 'n .2 .. if 41. F' .LV of V l WW wr 41:1 X 1 Y ff .f- 1 Kevin Minor Som Mirchell Tonyo Mirchell Louis Moore Lowrence Morelond Michelle Morgon Angelo Morris Reginold Murroy Shonnon Murroy Sronley Nichols Michoel Nickens Donnie Normon Audrey Norrh Goynell Nowlin Gordon Nygood Chico Odom Angelo Oliver Loshone Owens Pio Owens Trocey Poge Lorie Polmer Donny Porl-:er Poulo Pore Denise Porrerson Donold Porron Thereso Perry Kenneth Perry Donold Pillon Terrence Pollord Loniro Porrer Dovid Posey Clyde Posley Korrino Powell Srephonie Powell Pool Preyer Jerome Puryeor Tobirho Romsey Michelle Ropp Sendgoo Rorronosirhi Dovid Reed John Reed John Reirz Vinson Rice Michoel Riddle Troy Roberrson Bruce Robinson Dwoyne Robinson Sonclro Robinson -1-'f , ',"":., rf---W 4 A ., .Sv P -,gf I , i ,,fA, , ,ym iq.:1Q A 'K is 53 ..,,.-.- if if 55 3 i , ' ' .. -S 4',,'t Q lil ' r RK I i will Ji i- i ',"' ' s ig, 1 ' ' 'N kgs." QU My QV' r e 1 is, , ' 'xg . 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J-l 'af I A I Xi 1 Tonyo Robinson Sheryl Roclserr Suson Roclserr DOvid Roe Morio Roque Jocqueline Ross Michoel Ross Michelle Rowe Sonjo Royol Srefonie Royol Alio Roysron George Soffold Croig Soilor Michoel Som Trocy Sanders Crysrol Sounders Shirley Schweizer King Scorr Ronold Scorr Sherry Sellers Bulone Shovon Toqwo Siddeeq Denise Simms Jocqueline Sims Sophomores f 9 3 1.9 .31 5 W. , ,vzeeg i. 3 .'i'.g2 1 ' Q.,-ff,1:gf,w ' -Q,-wg -,fp-L S" .. i. . f x,-ink, .,.,,, -:we .' fy.-v 1 Gqgv - vp .-- fa W , ,.f-ji , . i, .ex f . 1 . -all .,.,,,A:,1.,.,,-.g.., A ., v V, A .,,.1-QM.: , ...N-5, ,.,.,,, -P ..-f-,..x,.,,.. ' ' ffl F53 ir 'iiiiifii 1'iie.iw4f- 41A51fxifi+?cf:.ifiT4fiif?2fz' P 44,15 .3 ,fiyk A,-S U,-g:..+1a'e,--.:,f V: A ,l,f,Lv.Vg.,,,q3,f 5. -.,5.A.:1-',,'Vi -in - w., .J cl. -SRV. 5Oohomores!18 Sophomore ff? M 112. , f ,f,,,f,,,, ffff Q ,, ,,,, ,f 188f'Soohomore ,-4 .-gl .,, Sharon Sims Tamaro Sipes Brenda Smirh Curris Smirh Fairh Smirh Howard Smirh Jacqueline Smirh Lawanlsa Smirh Lindsay Smirh Lisa Smirh Perry Smirh Richard Smirh Samuel Smirh Tim Smirh Todd Smirh Tracy Smirh Ernesr Snow Damon Spiqhr Vernon Squires Ronald Srarks Erik Srerns Faye Srorr Edgar Srralas Cormeliro Srrange A lf' 0 if 6, . i ' x its i x. ji ?"w 1 Nl Kyiv' , ,' 24 W Q .fi 5474 ' P ' A X f , 1, ff 2 UP?" ,,,, .mawwe ff! 2? 5: Z1 Y ,ff If V'h' I: Y ,f , I I ,W 3 2 F Yff- --f Michael Strode 5 Jomes Strong Q Steven Strunk I 'Q- an , J i f A iii- 51 .V K Y Robert Sumler I "1 '- A Roxanne Sutton ,QQRMKQfxgmhl-.tl-li T 45 I Theresa Sutton ' lf 212' i " 4-,: , K ""' ' Hinhphe Syamphone -Q - ,.1- . . 'J J Darrell Tanner s , A ' l Carla Taylor ' ,it Carla Taylor A J' A Z , as K - ,NN rf' X' James Taylor x ' F 'A 'vk' A H ADHD To Hz- - 'ei-. Jerome Taylor .," 5, , X . F ' ' , Fellsha Taylor H , - Larry Thomas 1 R , 'ree XR . ,J gl ... , X ,N as Q it-:J . j -'A Britt Thompson T' H F5 Jennifer Thompson A r N 3 5 l Q K Lewis Thompson li ' ll l LJ Delisea Threat ' Tracie Townsend Hugh Trlggs In Glen Tucker Linda Tucker Vickie Tucker has T H "'Art' ' t'rs 1 MMOG' TUNY , ' 3 Anthony Tyler Mary VanDolsen i 745 i - K- r U. Dietra VanHorn f' , Af Gurvase Vaughn 'J X ' 'f Pamela Vaughn f 3 V Emery Vinson Day Vona fr r V LaDonn Wadlingron fav? -iv-' , , 3 7' , L- ia f, .. W 14,1 ,. V X 4 6 ii I R, , -1 I 44 ' A Lynn Walker ' William Walker My H Melissa Wallace 1 John Walton Mary Warfield Bridger Washington i Ronnie Washington Bobble Watkins Sandy Watson lift 'PS xx my 5 l H Erls Taylor A 9 WV" 5 1 .BN W,-If-F f' s I 1? 3 " Forestine White ' ' Delolse YorbrouQh Jill Yates My 1 James Young Thomas Young nf V 5' R - l Sreve Zupan L, 4 Ki ff' ! af 'Y' J Qs 45 ,ass Sophomore X 189 Brand New lsniahrs - Fresh Frash Class as 5 N-4 1001 Freshmen -,........,.....5-f- .2 Kfkifg V, V, x 'fx-'21 S W, Vicky Adams Malinda Adlsins Alan Ahlbrand Brian Ahlbrand Thomas Alexander Cynrhia Alexoff Marla Allernang June Allen April Arnold EII Arnold Andrew Aslsren Rochelle Dalser Rr? i - Sandra Abe-rnarhy Tammy Adams 1 4? ,A , , 'en-'ft i ' 9-.. 1, lr, z,, W tkigzz Q: ' R' gnu -Hgh f Vg, l A Wi. W I is afaf fr l . xk .231 W ZT' V ,, 'iff xg. ZS I 4 rw Q, f ff . N ' 4 5 r,.. I ,V , i su, " 4, f V V . , nfl r "" 'f1f'7W:7ff'7'f7'7f new ' Z '29 X f Q SA I 1 f ,4Q,.,M" V J?" 4 , 5, f. 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A -- Billy isiyme x 1- H 'S' H'Fi1f?f, Q Soy Bounrhovong "H" Dornon Boyd Trocy Boyd Vonesso Boyd Rhondo Brosher - C 1" - e ' 'xxk x , Shirley Brewer 5' - ,Q W ff LoTonyo Broodus Tommy Brooks Roderick Brown Cheryl Brunelle -if Dororhy Bufolo 4 fits 'mv 1.1 John Bundy li Cheryl Burl-ze Cosondro Burns April Buses Liso Bush Michoel Byrd Michoel Coldwell Terrell Colverr A Y Srello Colvin Kevin Connon 1' Chon Conru F rr P I ' .UN I. E 'P Collin Carson , M' 'i Dwoyne Correr 595 .A'Lfl7f- 1 ' I Edno Correr X 5" -9 ? I A l8iL MXN.,- ww 5 3 N ll li Xa t- it Sl A 3' l IJ X l YW? X y A C-W W if f fl. tw N . 1 Q, . - .f - " B 1 e'lii if l 5 g -' -- V I A rr , fn-lj M C l Q K xg --ik I Q F 33 7 "f "' " 1, ' X 1' ii- " Qfiliz . Anil? X. 1 x 1 42-ga. 1 V . C fx ww pb A M MQ ,J fi-'QM F' .159 ri-C ,, ' g i -3 ' Q5 , C :.4 X C i C X., . . 5531 r ,P,,, . .Y "W X B P - F- r Q, .9 X EN X f i pug, N N if w ,,Q. W . . D ,Q M 5 .JC . '4' l 1 i A - X vi . 1 1 f ' is C 3' -7 ,. 5 , 3 'bf- i if , ,'f55' U , HX V. 1 iii 1 vi ' I 1,1 r , ' xi r ll 4 B Y rl Freshmen f 191 li 55- 1 Nt av' vifvi i X 1Q2fFreshmen M477 4 if "?'7' f' 'V' wav fifa ,sw 'li .QA aw 'T an .Ik 3 W ...I Y' l ii l s. Q3 W 1 X l Ri-:helle Chombers Shonorie Chombers Meleoh Chorlesworrh Kymberly Cheorhom Jomes Chesher Michelle Chesroskey Woy Yuon Cheung Kimberly Clorls Cynrhio Clevelond Dovid Cody LoTonyo Collier Lono Collins Milron Collins Jeff Conover Tonyo Coolasey Morsho Cooley Willie Coposs Billie Counrs Morion Crobrree Som Cridlin V Srocey Croney Gregory Cross Deboroh Cunninghom Kimberly Curry Chonroy Doiley Derh Doniel Dono Doniel Brion Doniels Rondy Dorling Cleosrer Dovis Sieve Dovis Terry Dovis Thomos Dovis Tonyo Dovis Trovio Dovis Phyllis Doy Mory Deford Gerri De-Moss Chorles Dodsor Angelo Douglos Morilyn Douglos Michoel Douglos Alfred Dowdy Vivion Downing Williom Downing Jomes Drury Anrhony Dunn Morls Eods 'V' C i, ,W - , A - lf, 7 ? 5 gi I ff' ' I , XVIVQ ,,k' ' fi! ,V C 1 X' .f , nf V xx, 3' I sf, ' J v ' , f Q Q 5 V ..-, aw , " f, A' mf' ' ' ' 4z?j7', f I all 1 - , Rig 1, do Q29 ' """ ""wv11iW -was 'f "" fi 127573 . , ,i11,,,,.1.vw f 'ff ,yy Qi gf? 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L'fQ?f5Zfe.,. .4 1- 1. PP? A V :ff,jA,1. .fig Freshmen i E -. iii? ki F- N - ioafrfeshmen in xx N-N 1 -aww' Roy Gorrerr Vincenr Gorrin Penny Gorlin Corlo George Irish Gilberr Kevin Giliiom Gerold Golden Trocy Golidoy Edel Gonzolez Timothy Goodloe Norolie Gronr Nicole Green Sreven Griffin K' k1ffSS":ww-. .J . XX - gl xxx, A A ,CVM 1 it A' 435 2 , VQ 1-5 ' ,'f. , ' x 1 f .i J r we Q ,A ,"i .0 . .Z- -'I' Q Q M fi K Qi i X G"h . ' i V' ' i n ,i -',, ,,,,, ,, ,,, -1 ,Q - " ' , Toni Gross y M VA ? John I-lol! ' 'V H A 'ff 5 " f f , , M-'f A 7- . fy A ,, lvl dS"4f?f1 " F .. ,. y L f Tonyo Hon A M hGhr Kimberly Hording f A I ' wmiom Horreu ' ' i - jf 5 ' X 'W 5 , , -1525 " Q 542 3 Tommy Horrison V V V V Korhy Horvey ' Anronie Howlsins I A Af 2 ig, V 11, 1 Nifneiie Hoyes l. fG?A3Q?5LE5-fi Annisso Hoynes ,V G Phillip Heod A , f f. ' . k " 5 '74' A ' 1 ' TG. if I' X X W , Ghmkil ' I. V 4s x -..M . N xx x x o F ' was on - ,s w .M 8 was 'it . . - 1 JPY" J... .X "D QA ,. 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K-K, KK.l J E, Q 'fix-J. w J, s iJ K J for li 'il' 'fl X "' lf? . 2 -lillll U., 'O' 'J SK ff K5 s 4- X.-1 we 'ffpaf A v -- ' '3' v P" os V' ii-uv J Gino Heody Monnie Helm Tereso Hemelgorn Dorniro Henderson Dorrin Henderson Ronnie Henderson Vicrorio Henry Leslie Herold Kimberli Heylrnonn Porrer High Drendo Hodges Korhy Hoiimon Ronold Holler Glorio Honeycurr Lovie Hood Angelo House Cheryl Howord Debro Howord Debro Hudson Sheryl Hughes Lonnie Hull Alberr Hunr Gory Hunrer Drion Hurd LoDonno Hursr Angelo Joclsson Cedric Joclsson Liso Joclsson Troci Joclsson Vicl-sie Jockson Kevin Jorrerr Billie Jeffers Alron Jefferson Phillip Jenlsins Robin Jenlsins April Jesse Choriro Johnson Denise Johnson Derrick Johnson Duone Johnson Freddie Johnson Lorelie Johnson Lyndo Johnson Riro Johnson Roberr Johnson Ron Johnson Trurnon Johnson Wolrer Johnson 1 'W 469 xf 4' 19 in Ldv lvff ASV., Ass' x-KX Q... wi 'F -r 'Q Kg ve' " r ...M W M ik 'T who " sax! c 'Wx 3-4' ,fi x IV' We X w XX Q.- Sg: J. 1 4 , ., V. . 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A 1 f- Freshrnen!l95 A-. 3 K 'Ulf 106 X Freshmen 1 lt-N I If 'Wrfff J ,bs 'T Beverly Jones Chrysrai Jones Judy Karrman Kevin Kelly Scorr Kenworrhy Kelly Kerchlsa Sam Kirlsland Sandy Kirkland Daniel Knelp Lauren Lacey Leslie Lacey Lisa Lamb Michael Lang Kelly Lonrz Gwendolyn Lasley Carl Lawson Richard Lay Andrerri Lee James Lee Phillip Lee Anrhony Leslie Lori Lewis Deon Lifsey Milse Linden Vicroria Lobb Ronnie Logan Paula Lohrman QTerri Lord James Love Kelley McAbee Chiquira McCloud Dawn McCulley Michael McCulley Larry McDonald Clayron McGow Jonerre McHaf'fey Paul McHaney John McNair Janer McReynolds Joyce McReynalds Ernesr Macls Roger Major Jenkins Mansfield Modonna Morlsey Linda Marsh Brion Marrin Sherri Marlin Parrica Massingill X. 'Qi v ' I ,. is 1 J? .gr . wx, L! Z 1 I i wwf::"z:rsz,-fgw-Msg? rrfhfrgj:ffy."-V' 'f ii ,ss-rf , -, ,,fr,-.,4 ld A ina? 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Q3 xv" Shorono Reese Boyd Reger Anrhony Rice Ay li I J ' "ww 'A"L LS "kP"P 3 V Loro Rich D "' r , ' Regino Richordson AN ' , -'wx ' rl Poul Rirchie 1 "f if S S S i'iiiili 'P 9 7- 5' 3 ' W X 'I V Toryn Roberrson K Erron Robinson nn , Gerold Robinson ' R 'WWSTR S ff A Louro Rochford l ji ,X Bernice Rogers A , S is " f so are - 'if ,tiki 7- - F ,.1w Dovicl Rowlond xx ? ' 1 X y K Sherry Royol y Ls' K ,X If -, , Morls Rushing X5 X - X ,f UT Dowd Sanders Sherri Sonders Anrhony Sondlin Q 4, 4- . P 3 r Z! i i X5 i wif rr! 1 B- 4? i f gm- ,,.., Y Terrence Soxron 4 Harold sqm: ' Kevin Scorr Kimberly Scorr P' ' Liso Scorr ,K 4 Deboroh Seoron V ' 'S 3 SIL 9 R555 " , 1.3 1 ' yy zu ' r S Koren Seowood ,I ff ' R 5 Lorry Sechresr i, , ' Brod Shoclsleford . 1 1 l- ff ' 'ww' ' W Roe Shonnon V if ' , " ' Kenny Show ' I F 1' f Dionne Shelron ' ' T . if f' 9 1, 4... e YE? 1 , N f ig. K 'Q W hw l ' A ff if sv Gory Shorwell ji, X-X V Dorryl Sims img ui 511 lf. , , L . . x ' L VJ R A 5- . I Y A- xk 4 " L f 5-.fxffl if 2 ff- ' .. l A ' fs .: ' rl iw! fig .gg 5 .11, ,, I in , . Y , Z 4 K K t ., S rii' S S " My yyf.f V V - if S , , Tommy Robinson A'-kkA 1 A Vy.,Q - f V gl f i' 1 :'.- jf S 7 rv -1 I SY osls Q X- ,X 1. Q.,i.Qf?f:g . X . .N so 1 ir" ' JJ, K, Q - 3155: Donny Sloybough " X . i F-af! lg255g' . . i . i A M V Freshmen!lOQ I ' 4 X Lee Erro Sloon Liso Sloon Roy Smirh 0'- f Y' Somonrho Smirh Tereso Smirh hm M 4 Tyrone Smirh Vincenr Smirh Morkerro Sreels Cheryl Srevens Angelo Sreworr Donold Sreworr , Lowonno Srorr H Hu, Liso Srorr John Sruorr Pioberr Solver 9' sg- 'Y E! Alerho Tomper 'T Norhoniel Tennyson Deondro Thomos Vickie Thomos Roberr Thomos Tolvo Thompson 2.5 if 19 Roberr Tibbs QW j Denise Tichenor Debro Tiller Jonerro Timberlake Suson Trenr Dovid Trevino ur 1 ino Trorrer ' Tonyo Trorrer Dwoyne Tunsrill mf, Brion Turley Porricio Turner Colvin Tynes ,bn 1 Q tr T Tereso Vonce Jomes Voughn Michoel Viers Suson Wode Stephen Wolker Nordio Wolloce -4' Angelo Wolrers Rickey Wgnd Dovid Worsrler Doron Woshingron Johnny Woshingron ' Lillie Worson 'L If Alice Webb Keirh We-bb Liso Weinrroor 200 X Freshmen A l 9 V5 ,,.. V' l VA V, 'lf' X., x far- as e .. If , Q A T t if 1:52, -'fry' 1:-W ," IQQV. ef V- - EL 3 W ,ffm , rl ' V A A M 3 .1 1 5 va Pv 1 , H., A ,f M. , 'mx' 1 I .w ,yr in a ff, il' To 4? gy - ii: ,z A ,:-M 32 Y ggpafa, Wi! .lu ivy, f 2 " ff 4 'S' ' .Qs , in ' ' LM ' ' ' 11' ' 'Ka Q -1 fz., , . 'f , - 4 T-:xg U O I i , l M K, yyyiyye Z v H -1 9:21.-,.. N , . r.S:f,,Q'-: ' i N iff x J, M 3 ' - 9 F fi. 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David Wrighr H ff . , I 1.1: alexa W i - ,A,,4 , my , Chris Wells Clarence Wells Joseph Wells Dee Werr Sydney Whire Tammy Whire Lisa Wiggins Andrea Williams Angela Williams Beorrice Williams Marcus Williams Sean Williams Tony Williams Harrel Williamson Willie Wilson Cheryl Wilson Christopher Wilson Susan Wise Cheryl Woodforls Paul Woods Vernell Woods Freshmen Freshmen X 201 .1 emi, wif fuuda ,Mo , Ldlwmd 6 All of rhe greorer corpororions ond indepen- denrly owned businesses in our ciry of ln- dionopolis depend on eoch orher ro run o successful business, from qos srorions ro res- rouronrs ro neighborhood drug srores ro rhe lorgesr bonls oround. Eoch ond every busi- ness compony depends on rhe world of odverrising for o successful business. The school irself is in rhe cenrer of o commu- niry dependenr on orher confiponies who, in rurn, ore dependenr upon rhernselves, More rhon o few componies devore rheir rime ond money ro rhe ACCOLADE ond LANCEPX, who in rerurn pronfiore rhese bu- sinesses. School ocriviries such os sporrs, clubs, donces, ond rhe Lirrle 500 could nor be held wirhour rhe help of rhese businesses os sponsors. We express our grorirude ro rhese businesses who hove sponsored rnony of rhe ocriviries for rhe posr 21 yeors. f'Xdsf203 O4 Ads SPONSORS The Accolode Wishes To Thohls These 525.00 Cohrriburors STANLEY, VERA AND KAREN ALLEGREE JOANN AND JOE DRAUGHON PAM AND RHONDA BAKER WILLIAM S FISHBACK LOUISE TERRY BATTIES LISA GIVAN 82 MRS PAUL A REBECCA BENDER JAMES B GUILLAUME MR AND MRS W E BENNETT FRANK AND NANCY LARKIN ROBERT M BOWMAN JR FRANK LEE MR AND MRS ACY BURRIS JR MR AND MRS LARRY L MCCLOUD IRVIN H CASH PROFESSOR WENDELL L PARKER MR AND MRS FE DEFRANTZ MR AND MRS JOHN F SCHULZ SPONSORS CCONTDD Miss Moude Sigofoos Anno V. Wessei Mri ond Mrs. Theodore F. Vinson Piosemory Li Whire '83 Mr. ond Mrs. Dovid O. Weroil John ond Fronces Wiggins Noel ond Dovedo Wyorr PATRONS The colode Wishes To Thonls These S5 And S10 Conrriburers Piurh G Colon April Young From Tweerer Congrors To: D.B.Hi And Bernie Adsf205 ZOO ods WENDYS Q-ap. .1 5 fb' LJ :Bra 'i 51 lmnm .- I uf.x4xtilI'P I I Bock Row S Flolsowrrsch P Coy L Kouns K Beord D Chrrsrre K Kennedy C Eocrer E Bernscnnerder D Collrns L Lewrs B Holler 4th Row V l-lerold C Burnom S Allernong C Molless T1 Gerolds E Drclcon T Molless S Royol T Moy L Green Ord Row C Toylor L Sloon S Holcomb B Dunn M Keorney T Jolly D Srnlrh C Kendrrcls 2nd Row A Holl D Srodler T Beol C Kennedy M Prrce L Knerp 1st Row F Longford A Crovvford 'il I A K, V ' ry -wav-wr 1 Q YQ: I' .- V i I. F . - , .R ' Tiff 3' V' A ll ' f ' ' ' fr V .. 5. ,, 5 L .3 A' 1 A 4- 4 f-4 T ,, 1 C V Q V f .1 45,5 yi 'ZZ' -f T v N . 3- H 1 .- ., ,rf X . 1 A ff' 9 'Q . ,il N T V ex! ,xgs Fi , 1 1 Q .y X, iq T fe A K ' , V ws A I ' ' V S 1 I K,-Q' V 7' '-'-, , .-- " T ' 1- V . 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Abel 4:1 LCO STORES INC Berrer Llvlng For Less Prornorlonal Department Value Clry Deparrrnenr Srores offer you BRAND NAME merclwandlse IO every Deparrmenr FAMOUS MAKER and DESIGN LABEL rnenswear and ladies wear ar unbellevable prlces SHOP AND COMPARE onyvvhere and youll fund our slogan BETTER LIVING FOR LESS IS exacrly what we mean EVERYTHING for YOU YOUR FAMILY and YOUR HOME can be found ar your VALUE CITY PROMOTIONAL DEPARTMENT STORE See and save on our OUTSTANDING BUYS ar berrer rhan ever SAVINGS ro you from VALUE CITY Your PROMOTIONAL DEPARTMENT STORE Two Convenlenr Locarlons E 88rIw EJ Arlangron Indplg U S HIQDWCIY C31 N Greenwood I 1 u .. ,, , e q-.11-1--l a-sux: O 1311 1 . . . I- u H. ... , , ... , , . I h .. , ads!207 Root Helps You To Remember ROCDT Pl-ICDTOGPXAPI-IEPXS ' 5545 Dollorhide Norrh Drive ' Indpls. ' 856-8925 Officiol Photogrophers For Arlington High School l fy' We use Kodok paper I h ' Forgood looking i portroits i 4 Complimenrs Cf Your Publisher Joglilws Avlelualsl Yszluaoo GONFMNY f"'X I M ff' ff wise Wfnwwa CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER INC Aunuollam Crldbmlcpmen C 1 Goal T mtlllnymmgmmdssalf-Cal1tIaI5elI Cunfdam-nnd5afHusp rum! sl um ganape dlols Total Child Uavelopmarn Program For Agni 2 12 Fu"y Qu lfnad Taachmg S H af D Cam P ,a..,.1'x Y P alum gLdsso sAndjndoorSc 3 p rv' dEduau lFsoIdTrlp OP 1 :T :chu Council ChxldG atilqh Nm honlduln 'Ada c dRudlnqPognm ACCREDITCD lL THROUGH 6 GRADES HOURS 6 AM 6 PM Mon rel ucmseo av me smrc o moiANA 31 on :mm on AV 547 3551 amor vvozs son. 925 2376 moo: swf The Best You reolly wonr rhe very BEST And one EXCELS obove rhe resr lr offers more rhon fun ond gomes For child love core coll Auntie Momes The BEST in child Core siruorions Your child will love ir when rhey enrer Either of Aunr Momes love Core cenrers ln o love leorning environmenr We offer you or rvvo locorions Come with us youll reolize Thor Momie Tovvnsends Enrerprise ls BEST in child development 'Wendell L Pgrlgey Mr Dick lvlourer Bepresenrorive Those Who Molse The Yeorboole Possible The ACCOLADE rhe boolx rhor helps you ro remember your high school doys. The srudenrs ofren wonder how rheir yeor- book is pur rogerher. The two componies rhor help molse rhe ACCOLADE possible ore: Boot Phorogrophers ond losrensfAmericon Yeorboolx Compony. Ar rhe beginning of eoch school yeor the yeorbools sroff olong vvirh Josrens ond Boor plons ond designs your yeorboole, After rhe plonning ond orgonizing is done rhe sroff members work on compiling pic- rures ond informorion ro meer eoch deod- ne. Afrer oll of rhe deodlines hove been mer by rhe sroff the moreriols ore rhen senr ro Josrens in Clorl-:sville Tennessee. Here rhe producrion of your bools is Complered for your X . . . , "'n ,M , u ,, if fm, ff ff - x ..,.,, mx . if f L , 33 it ?,M,3 V ,..,.,,M,M fi 4 - f Q A ' ' T - T r - 1 ' -T v . . ' J Q . .1 J .. , , , T T , I ' fe' . CI . 1 a's .z I en ds - o' s' ' 5 - I' 5 H 'l , V 1 '- sc. io im in nlmin cm. 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Wnire, T. g Sump pump - Woter l-leoter ph, 547-5oQ0 Sewer ond Woter Lines lnstolled Free Estltnote Morsh 8 Son Complete Droln Cleonlng Service 2825 N LeLond Ave lm Morsh lndlonopolls lnd 46218 IH -I fEff'1Lf' Wrecleer SERVICE 545 8797 Gregorys Body Shop Coll Our No 545 8797 Get Our Prlces 2186 N Shermon Dr lndtonopolls Ind 48218 SNOW REMOVAL The Yeors We Spend At A H S For so mony yeors we ve sold hello to the freshmen ond goodbye to our senlors We should enjoy the yeors we ve spent IO hugh school we ve leorned to llve ond let llve den for the flrsr month or so of the new school yeor But os for the senlors well they speole for themselves Throughout the yeor the jokes ore usuolly on the underclossmen lf you ve ever got ten lost tryung to flnd the pool on the fourth floor or lf you ve ever bought on elevotor poss dont feel olone At leose once IO everybodys Freshmen yeor they were fooled by on upperclossmon The flrst semester of your freshmon yeor ond you don t lsnow whlch dlrecrlon to turn or who to leon on When the four yeors hove possed ond nts groduotlon tlme wlth the guldonce ond support of others you ve motured unto o young odult reody to roclsle the world , A.. ,jf ,L V- , . . . ' l ' ' , I ' The freshmen seem to stoy pretty well hid- l . 1 X 1 , ' I V I ' A Ads!213 214- Ads arker's oem THE LONELY POET Doys of glee doys of gloom A pen o pod o lonely room Are my sole world possesstons The doys of glee tnfreguent The doys of gloom tncessont My lost ctgorette Its menthol ftlter scorched ond deod My stomoch roots ltlse ongry :ons My pottence now porolyzed The wtll to ltve ond love restrotned I str dressed tn dorkness The ltghts ore off The btll unpotd My condle connot burn Becouse lm out of motches I must move tontght The rents post due tomorrow If I just hod my rodto To sung my songs to soothe But I do not IT Iles IO hocls Where tt now wotts For someone else And yet I str here oll olone No one cores The mony frtends I hove I dont Except o gurl I connot coll C9 All rtghts copyrtghted UNIQUE Eoch one of us ts dtfferent Yet somehow we re the some Were oll port of humontty A world of folks ond nomes Respect ond love your fellow mon Enjoy hts untque woys We oll must shore thus lond of outs Of rotnbow humon roce Were tndtvtduols eoch untque lm me ond you ore you Though we hove dtfferent Ioolss ond speech Were very stmtlor too You ore untque ond I om too Hove prtde be who you ore Dtvtded people most ttmes fotl Together they go for DO A GOOD DEED TODAY Do o good deed todoy Help somebody todoy You wtll reolly feel good Helptng someone somewoy Do o good deed youll see Youll feel good os con be Hove o Rand word to soy Help someone todoy Do o good deed todoy Be four tn worl-z ond ploy Shortng cortng for others Are good thtngs you con do Ktndness ond courtesy Helptng someone tn need Dotng thtngs thot you should Mol-re you reolly feel good 'Beclswtth ond Mosby ages CANYON CITY Sun sets eorly In steel conyons Brtght reflecttons Gotnst gloss textures Roxnbow foces Multl ltnguol Hurrytng scurrytng In the conyons Metol snolses move Speedung mortols Uptown downtown Beneoth the conyons Mldtown volley Porls oosts Gross tree green tones Conyon Cnty Hustle bustle Never sleeptng Mogtc mtdntghts Mount Monhotton 'I love N Y Petrte E1 RESPECT Respect respect If tt s somethtng you gtve Then tts somethlng youll get There ore olwoys o few Who moy never comply But they ore the gutlty In dtsrespect crtmes Respect respect Youll feel greot youll elote Gtvtng getttng respect s T - Y l I I I I I ' I . 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A FAMILY IS A fomtly ts o group of two Or three of more tncludlng you They love ond shore ond socrtftce They teoch volues ond glve odvtce Togetherness ond unlty Sense of belongtng these ore keys Helpful IO oll the ttmes of need On crtsls breokthroughs trogedles Fomtlles con be supporttve groups Shorlng thetr love problems ond truth They usuolly con communtcote Respect occept ond tolerote Expect occept the ups ond downs Fomtltes wtll olwoys be oround A fomlly grows wtth eoch new btrth And IS o love unlt on Eorth 'For my Iovlng fomtly CULTURAL DIVERSITY Culturol dlverstty Includes you os well os me Betng dtfferent con be fun Shore your treots wlth everyone Culturol dlverstty Ethntc ond ethntctty All port of the humon gome We re oll dtfferent yet the some Tho we come from neor ond for Do be proud of who you ore We con shore cultures you see And keep our tdenttty Culture dtverstty Be proud you re you Im proud Im me 'Dedtcoted to IP S Humon Ptelottons Commtsston BELIEVE IN YOURSELF Belteve tn yourself And whot you con do Hove forth IO yourself Moke you the best you Be proud of yourself Atm hlgh ond ochleve Moke oll of your dreoms o reollty Success con be yours, If you'II just belleve 'Betty Jo ond Mottte Wendell L Porker devotes much of has spore tame to BOOKS Books ore reolly lots of fun And they re dlfferent every one Anywhere you wont to go Books con toke you thus I know Books ore every slze ond shope They Il moke you Iough ond love ond hote Books con even moke you cry For knowledge just gtve books o try Books Inform Improve the mlnd Or fronttc fontocles you Il fund For ftctton focr reoltty All you hove to do IS reod Books I0 stores ond ltbrorles Beckon you to come ond see To thus moglc rule toke heed Pteod to Ieorn ond Ieorn to reod 'To Schroedle Homtlton ond Colon SWEET SARCASM Roses ore red ond lovely Vtolets ore blue so blue Sugor ts sweet ltke honey So whotll Who cores? 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I I I ' . l 1 , , Ads!Q15 21o,fAds In neorly rwo decodes Wendell Porlser hos helped severol rhousond srudenrs ro fund rheur woy un Iufes mony durecruons I REMEMBER SHARON One of love one of corung One who gove olwoys shorung One who seemed much berrer rhon Mosr rhor us our Shoron Ann Nuno Corley Jomes McCobe Roused ond loved her from o bobe They olso roused her brorher A love gem lulse no other Brughr un broun ond shorp un wur Lufe ond people mode her fucls Chuld of Pusces chorm ond groce She mode our world o berrer ploce Beouruful, unsude ond our, Thor wos Shoron wurhour doubr, And when chups were up or down, Shoron smuled, she seldom frowned Shoron us, she'lI olwoys be, Lulse o cool uozz melody, lulse o glusrenung sror or nughr, Or o sunbeom shunung brughr Thonle you God so very much, For Iendung us her Eorrhly rouch Shoron us, she'll olwoys be, In our heorrs our memorues " Lovungly Creored for Shoron Berry Murroy ond Fomuly WHERE WERE YOU? I woured for you You promused fhof you d be here My sromoch us sucls from Too much coffee Two unused ruclwers For ronughrs performonce Lue forsolsen on rhe roble I frued ro rhunk of All rhe reosons why you re nor here The vuolers I bought you Wufher quuerly A cynuc clock us loughung or me Cugorerre poclss empfy quuclsly Oh God rhe woufer sow me cry I srore un spoce perplexed Bewuldered Where were you? Every nughr for seven weelss We hove shored fhus love rogerher Meerung here or seven fhurry And rhus nughr wos ro be specuol Now rhe voconr chour besude me Sufs olone os I do Now lm boffled ond I wonder ls rhe nome I Isnow your reol nome? Wos I uusr o possung foncy A summer flung you love ond Ieove? I donr even Isnow your oddress Could ur be you re someone elses? Why does your phone now rung unonswered? Wourer no' Brung no more coffee I conf beor rhus wour much longer Deep unsude I lsnow ur s over Where were you? IN LOVE IN SEPTEMBER Srors o glurrer moon oglow Feel rhe ourumn breezes blow Mullsy woy shunes down on rhose In love un Seprember Lozy ruver rools olong, Whuppoorwull sungs our o song, Sungs o song of love for rwo, In love un Sepfember We mer un ourumn fume, Beneorh o golden free, Love cosrs urs spell sublume, Underneorh rhor golden rree Kuss me once ond rhen ogoun, Never ler rhus momenr end Whor o rhrull ur us ro be, In love un Seprember 'Chrus SHARON S SUMMER SCENES Smulung Summer Sunruse Shunung Summer Sunbeoms Shorr nughrs srufflung Sun doys Suzzlung Sondy Sunbeoch Sconr clod Sulfry Sun mouds Swummung Soulung Surfung Sudden Summer Showers Summer Schoolrume Scholors Sublungs Shorung Sundoes Suppers Suppung Sun reo Seosude Sungung Swollows Seogulls Soorung Slxyword Seoshells Shopely Sculprured Soorhung Sofr Scenoruos Sunshune Sunburn Sunrons Sweorung Scorchung Sunroys Some Seel-2 Shody Shelters Sofr Soundung Sonoros Summerrune Suesros Sulenr Summer Sunser 'Shoron Berry I WAITED FOR YOU I woured for you All my lufe ond Funolly you come We loughed ond loved We loved ond loughed And everyrhung wos beouruful Lufe ond love meonr Somerhung ro m Affer decodes of ullusuons After yeors of Dusoppounrmenrs, Yeors of unrequured Dreoms The rume hod come ro Love ond luve, The fume hod come ro Luve ond love The wourung now ls over 'R Moruo J 1 U , . , . . 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I KM To me love s been o mlld offolr In oll loves of rhe posr And now rrue love hos come my woy Ar Iosr or long long losr They dld nor srlr my heorr Unrll I mer my rrue love Klm Yes Cupid found hrs morls When we ore IO o crowded room Wlrh people oll oround The only volce I heor IS Kxm s Smoorh sweer ongellc sounds Blocl-1 shodowed sllls spun Illse cocoons Surround o perfecr foce The deep dorls srors I goze Inro Beom love rhor rodlores Irs luke unreol reollry Thors how If seems ro seem In wolslng hours when Im wlrh Krm lr s like lm I0 o dreom New love rrue love hos come ro me My Ilfe con now began Love s lllse o lovely rhopsody Muslc rhor never ends 'KSW THE FIRST AND THE LAST TIME WE MET Aprll showers fell rhor doy Lovers Aprll young ond go I snll remember If yer, The flrsr ond rhe losr rrme we mer Aprll moglc, eorly down, Aprll moonbeoms Iorer on, A doy we'll never forger, The flrsr ond rhe losr rlme we mer The momenr you possed by me, I lsnew you were rhe one, Oh why musr fore defy me, To hlm my love you srlll belong Wlrhln rhose hours rhor possed us by, We llved o llfenme, you ond I To hum you've gone but I con'r forger, The flrsr ond rhe Iosr fume we mer ,F-'X' ML- 55"-nunqg M4441 The Musrong ond Mr Porlser hove hod o unlque 15 yeor bond Il hos become o symbol ro oll rhor lsnow LOVE PSALM I WANT TO LOVE YOU WHEREVER YOU The Lord Is My Shepord I Sholl Nor Wont for I hove found rhe eplrome ond deprh of love wlrh rhee He Resrorerh My Soul os you hove resrored rhe Joy ond roreness I0 rhe splrlr of rogerherness oneness lermos Your symphonlc verbols sllenr SOSOISIOQ qulre loughrer ond Inner flow of soul wlrh soul consume me My Cup Psunnerh Over wlrh odmlrorlon love ond Joy of rhee My cerebrum bursrs Irs memory secror Implodes wlrh wormrh ond surgonce of momenrs posr "Surely Goodness And Mercy XVIII Follow Me" now rhor I hove redlscovered rolnbow SISIQS ond moonllghr nocrurns ond you I'm me ogonn os we ogoln heor Aves sunrlse melodies ond evening fumes of hypnorlc srrolns of Pogonlnr rhopsodles 'Dorlon Morgorlro Arez ARE I wonr ro love you wherever you ore In Son Fronosco or Spoln I wonr ro love you wherever you ore In Modogoscor or Morne Id love ro love you I0 Old Cenrrol Pork Or under Mloml s moon If I could love you wherever you ore Id sung o nlghrengoles rune I just wonr rhe rrghr ro love you The woy I should If I hod o chonce ro love you I lsnow I could I wonr ro love you rhe resr of my Ilfe, Togerher ur con be done I wonr ro love you wherever you ore, Togerher forever os one 'For Lody Leno I-Iorne As English reocher Prlscrllo Gulllcls Ilsrens Mr Porlser shores o mesmerlc verse wlrh her I . I L , I , V , gpgrsll or , My loves before hove been o whim, sy I ,M I., ' . ' ' vii , 'A . I y x I , ' I ' I ' him. , , Y , , 1 1 - - -I I . . Ads X 217 """"'mr it Belng 0 people person Mr Porlser eryoys shorlng has works wlrh orhers Here Rurh 44-lbw Cors Are Terrlfc Scrorchers We Owls Wlnls me Srors bllnls Roan Al s lrrlgorlon Novlgorlon Dogs On y Growl IS lnhoblr Srreom Homes Colon ond Essllee l-lomllron help Mr Porl-xer crlrrque has newesr ochlevemenr ONE WORLD There s just one world ro llve I0 ond There s lusr one world ro shore To molse If reolly worls successfully You reolly hove ro CARE You hove ro CARE obour yourself About your fellowmon Open your heorrs, open your mlnds, And fry ro undersrond Acknowledge ond oppreclore, The worrh I0 everyone lf peoce ond brotherhood ore losr, Our one world wlll be gone 'Morne Loulse, Prlsclllo, Cgrol, McCloud Zebros Expose Beourlful Rodlonr Alrernorlng Smpes PRIVATE GARDEN Those who dld nor know her well Thoughr her srronge unlque eccenrrlc Bur IO her cerebellum dwell Memorles rhor srrongers could nor see The sllenr wldow WGOISSOIOQ wlrherlng ropldly, Self Imposed I0 her prlvore world of exorlc plonrs ond rollslng flowers, Eoch needlng rhe orher ro exlsr No ollen, No ourslde world or sound could penerrore Her prlvore Eden Somerlmes Trees Reoch Endurungly Erernolly Slsyword rors Twlnlsle An Rodlon Skles Coves Allow Very Excmng Slruorlons lnsures Resplronon MARCH IS THE MONTH Morch IS rhe monrh of everyrhlng The end of wlnrer rhe srorr of Sprlng One doy rhe sun wlll wormly glow The nexr doy moy be cold wlrh snow Sprang flowers oppeor ond show rhelr oce And blossoms blooming everyploce Wlrhour wornlng lf srorrs ogoln Some cool crlsp snow or chllly roln Morch IS rhe monrh of everyrhlng, Jocls Frosr's crlsp blre or sunny rhlngs Sprlngrlme blrds relolce ond sung Alos, Morch brlngs rhe flrsf doy Sprlng Morch IS rhe monrh of everyrhlng Goodbye Wlnrer Hello Sprung Flowers Llve Worer, Energy, Rlch lf A, in I L I is , i l l R A , I ' T --nf W,.,,.,,.,,.,,,Q,.,,.,, ,h,. , ,..,,,,,,, , N mba 4 ' if E 'E ' T f 1 i -1 I- , . 'fr 3 . 0 'M A "U A Q' 3 S , ..y., M H E' ' Ll - A A ll l ' d 3 , , 4 Q V ,K . ' . . A J' ,l V . y T ly -d R E . N S5 1 Air -K' 'A Z.. h I I ,. I I . . I . I . 4 f 44: X' fx-,,Af-'..Tf 4' -iv:-Tw? ,ii --im... W, A speciol thonks to: DICK MAURER - Our "punctuol" Josten'sfAmericon Yeor- book representotive who is living proof thot yeorboolc sour the mind. Your loyout ideos con stoy but your "goy" korote must go!!! LEE WENDT - Our very speciol photogropher from Root Photogrophets who deserves 0 big thonks for running oil over the school on o tight schedule ond for doing some quick developing, Don't know whot we'd do without yo!!! NANCY LARKIN ond LEE PHELPS - Your finonciol oid ond thoughtfulness towords the stoff is much opptecioted. DOROTHY SANDERS - Our trusty school secretory who is olwoys willing to help. HELEN KENDALL - And the rest of the Attendonce Stott for helping us identify students ond o number of other speciol things! MARY FARNER ond JAMES SPEARS - We don't know whot we'd do sometimes without the extro help thot they ore never hesitont to give. CARMEN TYLER - The LANCER Editor. Though Cormen hod o lot to do she wos never too busy to lend o helping hond to o fellow editor in need. Also, thonls to the LANCER stoff for helping in minor but importont jobs. JOHN LAPREES - A very importgnt ond speciol person who mode "You'te Where It Counts" reolly count!!! All of your work ond time spent on our cover ort is very much oppreciot- ed. Thonks 0 bunch!!! SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT - As olwoys, Mr, Morris ond his stoff were quite helpful, The use of your duplicoting mo- chine is much opprecioted ond, we mustn't forget the mony times you've let us in our room when we were locked out! WENDELL PARKER - The "Condy Mon." Thonks so much for the work on out od poges ond o speciol thonks for being our biggest customer - 50 books, wow!!! JENNIFER WERBIL - Our ACCOLADE odviser who, os olwoys, soctificed untold hours, evenings with her husbond ond voco- tion doys' to mgke this book possible. C"You ore o fontostic skotebootdetlllb Also, o speciol thonks to Dovid for letting us into his house for Ioteenight yeorbok meetings ond for stonding out in the sprinkling roin to cook us hot dogs! ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY, STAFF ond STUDENTS - With- out you the book just wouIdn't bel!! The ACCOLADE ond LANCER stoffs would like to thonk dll those people who helped moke our publiccitions possible, lt is our hope thot the yeor- book ond newspoper hove provided much en- tertoinment ond thot they will dlso bring pleosont memories in yeots to come. Elec II 'fri I f i t If , 71+ f f ss-f Cx 7. 3. C Y., J Q nillgua 41: Q Stott Thonk You's!21O 220 hwdex INDEX A BGYW. Tw - Ff 1471 nuoauav, LEAIHA - nec A. sz 1:13 H9001 106 -W Fr 191 Dufdo, DOUhY.- Fr oo, 191 Aozon, Ho N- So 64, 65, 79, 51, 177 Beech, Lorolene - So, 178 Mud. Riqkey .. 50 173 Abel SCOH - Sf 60 De-01. Roger - if, 96 nU1xock,Chesrer - sf aa, ,141 Abeffwhy, Sondra W rf 100 De-ol, Toni - sf 07, 71. 121, 140 fumes, Porricla - sf. 75, 79, 141 ABRAHAM, JAMES - Scsefme 13-3 Beomon, Ke-Hy -m Frx 191 Dundkes, Sean - So, 178 Abfon, Fronkhn -- Sf 106, 162 De-omoo, Ylobbln - Sr 824 140 John - Fr. 191 Abvod, Rondo - so, 177 Deofd, Dorerwell - Jr, 104 owen. Joseph - So 178 Abyod, Rimo - Sf 66, 188, 162 Beard, Keren - Fr, 191 Dvrdwem, Larry W- 50 175 AGOVTWS, Kevin M So 77. 57, 177 Oeosiey, Yvene - Jr, 164 Burke, Cheryl -Q Fr. 191 Adams, Sronley L - Jr 87, 164 Beorry, Gozy -- Jr. 60, 87, 164 Burke, Tino 9- Sox 72, 176 Adoms, Tommy - Fr, 87, 190 Deorry, rhclsen - Jr 164 Burlss, Fred - So, 175 AUGHHS. TWYKO - 50, 177 Deck, Kelty - Fr, 191 Ournom, Corol - Jr. 2, 64. 166 Adams, Vncky - Fr. 190 Be-emon, DcxreB W- So. 68, 176 Bumerr, 'Cloro - Sr 64, 65, 09, 117 Addison, Gregory '- ir. 107, 164 Dell, Cynxhio - Jx, 1454 Durnen, Jonorhon M Sf. 141 Adkins, Mohndc -' Fr. 190 DQS, Slonley '- FL 10? Oufrxerr, Memese - Sf. 1411 Ahbfond, Alon - Fr. 54, 66, 190 Be11omy,,Lee - ir, 164 Dumerr, Tonyo - Jr 166 Ahlbrond, Brion - Fr. 64, ob, 190 Benberry Mark - Sr 140 Bums, Cossondfo -- Fr, 76 AKQYS. Eimef -0- 50. 63, 177 DENDER, REBECCA - Specioi Edvcouon 132 Burns, Cams - Jr, 166 L Akers, Rodney M So 177 f Bender, Shown -- Jf, 70, 164 Burns, David A Fr. 66 - Alexander, Dietro - If 66, 164 V 0E.bNETf, WILLIAM - Morh 108, 129, 183 Bums, Sharon -w- Jr, 73, 70, 81, 83, 87, 91, 166, 228 ALEXANDER, RU0lE - Moth 183 Berman, Yverre - Jr, 104 DIJFY, Tony - So 178 Ale-xondef, Thomas - Fr, 190 Benson, Sm - Fr. 68 Burton, Alesis - Jr, 78 Alexander, Todd -- Sr. 75, 138, 162 Demon, Qomelo -- Jr, 105 Durron, Kmbley W- Jr. 166- Aiexoff, Cyorhio - Fr, 72, 190 Benson, Porrioo W Jr. 165 Bush, Lisa P Fr, 79 Allegxee, Karen W Sr, 70, '74, 138, 102, 227 Oenriey, Dole -P So 112, 178 Dushrod, Shofon -- Jr. 166 A ALIemor1g4 Mods -- Fr, 66. 190 . ' U-ergheld, Stephen - Jr. 69, 72, 74, 165 Hussey, Paulo - Sr 78, '79, 85, 141 Aiemong, Shelley - Jr, 164 f Bering, Evererr -H Fr 191 Butler, Cloudno - Sr. 64, 66, 70, 141 ALEN, CWXISTINA - Spedcl Ed 25, 30, 133 Gerling, Scofr - So Q7 Butler, Keihio - Sb, 66, 173 ' Men, Dovid '- Fr. 190 Be-rrxsdwneider, Hen - Sf 140 Bygne, Kelly H In 166 - Amen, June - Fr, 100 ' ' oeffy, Wynne - Fr 191 Byrd, mnmeu - srx 191 Andefs. Duddie - Jfi 164 , Berrfom. Km f- Fr. 191 Dyrdsong, Donoid 9- Sr, 141 Anderson, Carolyn - Sf. 67, 79, 164 Dems, Hefmon - Sf 82 Bymel John - So, 175 Anderson, Donna - 51.138, 162 Andefson, Gem M- Sr, 77, 81, 95, 104, 119, 1 Anderson Jenner re - Jr, 104 Anderscrn, Tern - Sr. 138, 102 ' Andrew, Corlyle - So. 67, 177 Ann-my, Corlene - So, 177 ' ' AHMENOFF, MAHGAREI - Business 132 Armsreod, Abfen - So. 177 Armsreod, Arlsel - Jf, 1454 Armsrrong, Beth - So, 07, 95, 177 Armssrong, Kelly - Sr. 67, 138, 102 Dey, Sharon -A Jw, 165 Dfckoukos, KG!h5'If19 - Jf, 105 BIRCH, DARNETI - Specioi Educorion. 103 BISHOP, Desho -S0 178 Bishop, Nino - Jr, 105 Block, Chories - Fr. 191 Block, Dejuon -9 Sr. 107 Block, Rodney - So. 178 Block, Shown - So 178 Blodsbufn, Tic - Jr 165 Arnold, April - Fr, 190 190 Arnold, E11 - Fr. Arnold, Sfeven - Sf 75, BO, 86, 108, 162 Arnold, Virgil - So, 177 Ramona - So '177 Artis, Michael - So. 177 Arm, Tamara - So 2, 76, 178 AYSQUXSCV, Sohgri - Sr, 26, 138 Arkins, Corlo - So. 178 Augusr, Moro - Jr, 11:4 Ausrin, Virgii - So. 178 Avery, Liliie - So. 104, 120, 175 Arthur, B Bacon. Dome -Q Sr, 82, 138 BAILEY, AUDPXA - Public Relonons CO0fW3OfO1' 136 Doiley, Chwsiol - Jr 69, 79, 164 Dailey. Dennis -- So 178 Darley, Lourine - So 178 Bailey, Laverne - Sr 139 Boiley, Richard -- Jr 111 Bailey, Rodney - So. 178 Boker, Angelo - So. 79, 178 Boker, Amhony - sf, 130 Boker, Mxchoei - -Jr. 164, 228 Boker, Rodwelle - Fr 190 Boker, Wdbom - Fr OA, 191 BQI1, Lonnie -- Sf 69. 139 Boll, Matthew 9- Jr. 164 Dollord, Robin - Sf 83, 189 Ooilenrkne, Keirh Bollinger, Keren -f FI, 191 - So, 178 Bcxfinger, Troy - Sr. 78, 79, 85, 1139 DOIIS, SISDhOnie - So. 95, 104, 120. 178 Boris, Deomo - Jr, 164 Bonus, Shelly - Sr 139 Berber, Doflxer, Borbee, Pomeio Dorbee, Sharon - Sr. 83, 109 Sherry - so, 178 Jeffrey -- Fr, 127, 191 - Sr, 81, 88, 139 Domes, Sreven - Jr 164 Bomen, Demon - Fr. 191 Dornen, Down - Fr, 120, 191 Uomerr, Sem - Sr 68, 69, 139 Bornen, Shown - Sr, 71, 111, 139 Dorman, Tony - Jr 164 Somew, Jacque! - Sr 52, 87, 139 Borrlerr, levem - Fr. bd, bb, 101 Doss, Kevnn -- if 164 Doss, Twmorhy - Sr 65, 09, 81, 83, 140 Doses, Lnso - So 764 77, 85, 95, 117 178 Den, Keven - Fr 191 BATFIES, LOUISE - Englsh 133 Berries, Bowles Derry - David - Fr. 191 if 104 Domes., Dwayne -- Sr 109 Dcurle, Pomel-o 5 lf 164 Dover, Rofwold - SO 178 Blockweii, Adfiofm -W Jr 165 Blackwell, Angelo - Sf 61, 1-'XO Blake. George M- So 178 BLASE, DAVID -W Science 19, 133 myme, muy - Fr, 101 Bobo, Kenh - Sr. 140 Bobo, Tonyo -A Jr. 165 DOHANNON, CAROL - Clerk 130 Bond, Deborah M- If 1:55 Bonds, Pomelcl -- Jr, 165 Boone, Anrhofmy - So, 165 Boumhovono, Soy - Fr. 191 Dowon, Donnie - So 178 Bowens, Anthony - So. 178 Dowmonl Deuuno - So 71, 178 BOWMAN, ROBERT -M Science 1233 Boyd, Damon - Fr, 124, 191 Boyd, Mary '- Sr. 140 Boyd, Srerhng - Jr 64, 66, 69, 165 Ooyd, Trocy W- Fr 120, 191 Boyd, Vonesso 4 Fr 19? BOykH'X, VOFIGO - JY' 165 Brodfey, William - Jr. 165 Brodshow, George - sf 14, 71, 01, 107, 111, Bradshaw, 'feeeso - Jr 67, 95, 104, 165 Brody, KorI1er1o - Sr 119, 140 Drosherl Rhonda - Fr, 191 Bfoxfon, Shells - Jr, 165 Oreedlove, Angeio -- So, 178 Dreidenbough, Moryberh - Jr 165 Brewer , Jerome - Jr, 107, 128, 165 Brewer, Key -f Sr 119 Brewer Brower , Ronald - So 178 I Shwiey -H Fr 101 Bfnnhley, Tony A Sf, 128 Drssow, Robes - 111 165 Bririion, Ronald C - Jr bb, 165 Broaden Pouio - So '178 Broodus, Lorono - Fr. 191 Drocks, Desuree P- Sr 84, 65, 140 Brooks, Arthur W- Jr 165 Brooks, Deborah -- Sr 61, 52, 140 Brooms, Tommy - Fr 191 Drown, Crysrol - Sr. 81, 141 Brown, Dowd - SO 178 Drown, Honces - Jr 59, 165 BROWN, GEORGE - Socioi Srudres 51, 133 Brown, Liso - Sr, 141 Drown, Lyrverre - Sf 141 Drown, Moria - lr 64, 66, 166 Brown, Richard - So 178 Drown, f7sOb9l'l - So 17B Brown, Rodends - Er. 191 Brown, Sandy W- So 178 Drown, Sworn - Sr 141 Grown, Tonya - So 173 Bmen Crysrol - So 178 Drummer: Chnsnn - So 178 DYUUGWE, Chefyl - Fr 191 Ducmoirer Norman 1 Z 67,178 1 , :ff C I co1c1wea,oov1d - 31576. we H Coldwell, Jonathon --'Jn 77, 166 Cofdwel, Micheal - Fr, 191 Calhoun, Comme - So. 178 Co9owoy, Cheryl -3- Sr 141 . 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Demon- :ww 5 ' yy V XV V VVL,VV!oydr-f' 108' ' ' , Geffen, Derrick -Sc. 112,-181, V 04 Wf UL' D if VW QWW Q WW ,, MW ,W wwf W' , ,, 4 ' ,, ,f , Gcffeff' , W' f 1537 ,- , Wi: 50 87 '81 ' , . Wyyfff my , ,f J ff , W ,ww ,WM , MW, i Willloff, So, 77,,,9b, . 1 ferr, oy 1. 194 , , tw M r r 1 1 rr 1 GW My M so-151 , 1 , r ij? j,Ervwfsgi1grx:eyrfr S9,,r1a1 r r , GOWGTK,xvf0l9!iOV-'SF.C4,65,6?,58U6o,165k r V N,,,,EenbrvifE9rLfffr1f. 168 , Gorrorr. Hmorhv -Jr. 168' r . I f '44Fv.b4z103 Gown. Vimenr-?r-01 194 ' , ' ' 168 A Gore-sy Randy' - Jr- 107. 165 W'f6f,'1974 145 Gown. Perm -A Fff 194 , fw, If fyff lfy' J Q1 f Goyles, Dems - so, 181 r wfbp so, 151' , 'f George, carlo - ff, 57, 104 ,WZZWY77 4 2 ,3 Ag iyyf ,,,,, ,yfE5rgf5,,Bogifsb'fVEn 193 George, Rondo!! - So. 161 ZQZZMH r?6kw4?mwH ?Wmm +xmws f,f4fgz'fZ , g f ,Q ,f C my Q, ffQ1,,g,Wffjj,,,WfWf"' ' ML' , V, , 1 Q A - V 64. V Z?ZZZfZ5f2g?fQ222Z2?X4f 7ZQ?ZQWW?3zWMyZ2wZWfz2WwWffwwwfw Mack DQwnQm4QgMQm,,' "' ' Gegxi Riagg!-??o4 5? 52? f6VfQ4Z5-ff2'df ,,fM'fff'2?4fvWVf,fWW5fwWW7MwwwWLgpMwfWr ,Mzfffr ,,,rf . f f ' ' Qwwqf 70,7! mwwym- Gmmwmswxm-r f ' 'A 151 G1'beff.D0fM -165' 106 m 7 W5wmg,rfsebbgmuq,wffw.N103 men. Kevin - sf, 104 fr y , gr'f'?fQwWAnfnony -50, 87, 181 Giberf, mm - rr, oo, 112, 104 fV,,V Vfffff, , N IV 'E ' f XA X VW ,Zh VQ,,V5fQ!QVV7W4WfWMW, ,,,,, Z NK' " V 4 ,. V Jiflqff 522: .W if me , fc'W,, 3 , fy, ,- if ,,,' ', , ,f ' f ' Gnlespfe Trovrs - Jr, 80 168 A , er L V-sf 73 74I14b 226 ' ,gf ,V 141 pc, was erospy, Aberro - sy. me ' ' , fgurame semofy me campy, serene v- 50,1252 ?gQ873Sm P Sregow -M Q13 182 m 1 My KZ rfwwfw f'f'f"' W1 ' OSS' ennem " ' ' 3, ff " U74 , 'amos Greaves, Apri! M- so. 182 f L V 'Begisior 136 Gieoves, Myra +- Sr, 146 , If X Z' , Cf'iO?fW?if 59, 161 Glenn, Kemerh W Jr. 168 fffXf ff, MQ ,UMW ,UWM ffwjffr , H ,V ,,f, ' fr f' 'rr 'f,, WMWWWW' f' , , Index! 221 222, Index GLEN, STEVEN - Dusmess '04, 120, 134 Gtoffeiry, De-rh - So 182 Glovef, Bruce B, - Jr, 108 Glover, Chtfofd - So 107, 182 Glover, Lomonf - If 107, 168 Goid, Roger - So, 182 Golden, Gefdd - Fr 194 Goioer, Dclryn - So 64, 70, 80, 81, 127, 182 Goxmy, Dofryi - Jf. 64, oo, we Gonzalez, Edei - Fr. 194 GOOD, GLADYSMAE H Science BO, 134 Goodoi, Honey - So 18? Henderson, Hofold - Jr, 160 Henderson, Ronnie - Fr, 195 HGOGYY, Vscrono - Fr 195 Herald, Kelhe - Sr 147 Hefold, LOUTE - Jr 64, 73, 87, 169, 226 Hefold, Leshe - F1 195 Hefdon, Dense - So 182 H9fndOrS, Memo - Jr 169 Herring, Oobby - Sr. 81, 87, 147 Herring, Jimmy - 11, 169 Herring, Joseph - So 112, 182 Helnng, Keirh - So, 182 Jackson, Jodxson, Jackson, Jockson, Cednc - Fr 105 Cynrhso - jf 87, 170 Drone -Q So 87, 183 Dwnghr - If T70 Jackson, Joyce - Sr 149 Jackson, Karen - Sr 61, 140 Jackson, Kenneth - Sf 149 Jgckson, use - Fr 87, 1475 Jocleson, Mynle W- Jr 171 Jockson, Robyn '- k 371 Jocksorz, Troci - Fr, 195 Jodson, Trocy - So. 180 Goodloe, Deborah - Sf, 82, 140 Goodioe, Mark - So, 182 Goodloe, Timothy - Fr 194 Goodiow, Liso - Jr. 166 Goodwin, .iomes - So 87, 182 Gordon, Toreoo - Jr. 166 Gofrin, Vincent - So 112 Gosfef, Roger - So, 182 Grobie, Tino -- if 168 Groot, Morgorex + So, 182 Gronf, Norolie - Fr, 194 Gfonr, Shown - Sr. 79, 146 GRAVF5, MAE - Home Ec, 134 Gmyson, Lowrence - Sf, 146 Green, Darrel - So. bb, 162 Green, Nicole - Fr, 104 Greene, Loufo - lr. 166 Griffiq, Demck - lf 76 Griffin, Richard - So 182 Gfsffh, Steven - Fr, 104 Gfisby, Martin - Jr 107, 108 Goss, Toni - Fr, 194 Grubovgh, Sandy - Sf. 146 Gf1KbS,RE'QifVG - Sr 64, 65,182 GULLAUME, IAMFS - An 102 GUUJCK, PRISCILLA - Eoqish 134 Guynn, David - Jr 64, 66, 76, 112 Guynn, Mark -- Sr. 71, 111 fi Hogedone, C1019 - So, 55, 127, 182 Hoie, Stephanie - In 160 Hole, Wyonne 1. - Sr. 87, 140 Hoa, Angelo -W Jr, 169 Hall, John - Fr. 194 Hal, S0030 - So. 182 Holi, Tonya - Fr 194 HOi1bUfTO0, Cynrhso -M Sr, 81, 82, 1445 Holliborfon, Roben -- Sr. 147 HAMILTON, ESSLEE -- Library 137 Hamilton, Rolond - Jr, 169 Hompfon, Johmo - Jr 04, 05, 70, 81, 160 Honlsins, Donald M So, 162 Harden, Anrhony H Jr 160 Hermg, Michelle - So 134. 120, 182 Hernng, 71006064 - If 169 Hefmg, momy - So 152 HEYLMANN, EAN - Anendonce Clem 137 Heyknon, Kfmberh - Fr 195 High, my - sf 84, mv Hgh, Power - Fr 195 Highbough, Msdwoei - SO 50, 169 PH, O:-Cor - So 182 Hali, Somuei M- Jr 66, 127, 170 Hd, Twonno - Sf 70, 72, 74, 75, 77, 147 Hines, Dovrd - 31. T70 Hmes, Mnchod v So 54, 99, 182 Hrnes, Mvchoei - So 76, 77, 182 Hodge Con - If 170 H0dQ95,Denn1e - Jf 71,112,170 Hodges, Brenda v- F1 195 Hoffmon, U50 - Sr 71, 72, 73, 74, 1:17 HO1LMAN, IEAN - Business 134 Holcomb, Mory - S0 182 Holcomb, Susan - Sr 147 Holden, Deboroh - So 182 HOLDER, JOSEPHINE - Home Economxcs 132 Holimon, Kovhy - Fr 195 1-103006, Charles - .lf 170 Holland. Derrick - Sr 148 Hohonder, Moflo - Sr 148 Helier, Borboro - Sr 81. 64, 148 I-1086. Deon - Fr 112, 113 Holler, Ronald - Fr, 105 HOBOWEKI, Alon - Jr 170 Hokmon, Nehonyo - So 18? Holmes, Juomo - if 170 Hooeycurr, Cheryl - Sr 148 Honeycun, Gkxuo - Fr 195 Hood, Lime - Fr 104 Hood, Lovee - Fr 195 Hood, Robeu M. - Sf 107 Hopkins, Charles - Jr 170 Hoslsxn, Lando - Jr 170 Hoshms, Cheryl - Sr 148 Hoslauns, James - iz, 170 Hoskins, Ricky -M So 182 HOSTUTLER, DONNA - An 134 House, Angelo - Fr 195 Houser, Adrenne - So 66, 66. 182 Jockson, Vickie - Fr 66, 79, 195 Jackson, Yoiondo - iv. 171 Jomersofw, John - Sr 32, 75, 79, 61, 149 Jon-nes, Tomoro - So 77, 186 Jomes, Tommy - Jr, 171 1OfQ5!f'6Ki. ioseph - So, 183 Jorrelr, Kewln - Jr 70, 171 Jolrerx, Kevxn W- Fr, 195 Jeffers, Billie - Fr 57, 195 Jefferson, Anon -Fr 195 Jeffefson, LeRoy - Jr 87, 171 Jefferson, Raymond - jf 171 Jel!-as, Karen - Jenisms. Amerro X171 -Jr 171 Jefrksns, Phbp -- Fr, 195 Jenkins, Rohm - Fr 195 Jenmoqs, Dofyi - So 180 Jennings, Tommy - Sr 64 Jessie, Apnl -Q Fr 195 Jesse. Reber! '- 50 183 lewe-B, Tonya M- Sr 60, 76, 95, 117, 149 Johnson, Aberr Y-51149 Johnson, Aogeio - So 183 Johnson, Borboro - Sf 149 Johnson, Cor! - Jr 171 lohngon, Chcrlro -- Fr 195 iohnson. Chormom H- So, 183 Johnson, Oorence - So, 188 Johnson, Domn Johnson, Dense Johnson, Derrick Johnson, Duane '-- JY 50, 171 N- Fr. 195 - Fr 105 W Fr 195 Johnson, Freddie - Fr 195 Johnson. Gardner - So 183 Johnson, Glenn - Sr. 82 Johnson, James '- So 75, 134 Johnson, Jo:-nes -- So 124, 183 lOhOSOf1,JOSQPh - SY oo, 72. 1447 Johnson, Lerner -- Jr 70, 171 Johnson, Lorelie - Fr, 195 mmm, Lynda - Fr 195 JOHNSON, MARGAREE -M COE 82, ,134 JOHNSON, MAUNCE M- Moth 134 Johnson, Michael - So, 183 Johnson, ?ouI - Jr, 70, 171 Johnson, Rhonda M- So 183 Hording, Kimberly - Fr, 194 Harmon, Jeffery M- So, 182 Harmon, Courmey C5 - Jr 1647 Harmon, Roben D - Sr 147 Harfell, Donna - Jr 169 Horrei, Joe - Fr 84 HOIre4I, Vicki - Sf 67, 69, 70, 84, 95, 147 Horrei, Wiibom - Fr. 194 Harris, Annquienli -' So, 182 Horris, Denim - Jr, 169 Harris, Cormeen - Jr 169 Hams, Joyce - So 68, 182 Harris, Keith W- Jr 71, 169 Harris, Lynn - So. 182 HOURS, Michael - ir. 64, 71, 91, 107, 169 HOYTS, Robin - So 182 Hmmm, mawofd - So. 162 Hornson, Tommy - Fr, 104 Horrod, Annho -- So, 95, 182 HARTMAN, WALLACE - Indusrnol Arts 134 Horvey, Dwoyne - lf. 147, 169 Horvey, Gienn - Jr 67, 169 Hervey, Kmhy - Fr. 194 Harvey, Kamberly f- ir, 160 Hervey, Skyler - So 152 Horvrson, Vicky - Sr, 1-'37 Hauser, Kimberly - Sr 147 Hovewidi, Lon - Sr, 64, 78, 54, 85, 86, 147 Howlsuns, Anronie - Fr 194 Howlms, Nadine - Sf 8? Howrhome, Rodney - So 182 HAY5, IIM - Securhy Guord 128 Hayes, Necheile - Fr 194 Hoyas, Tracie - So 182 Haynes, Annisso - Fr. 194 Hoyrwss, Remo - Jr 109 Heed, Michael - Jr 23, 64, 60, 72, 74, 75, 100 Heod, Www - Fr 104 Heody, HEEKE . Gino - Fr 195 DENARD - indusrruol Arrs 132 Helm, Mor-me - Fr 195 Helms. Louro -Jr 1159 Hemekgofn, Terso - Fr O5 Henderson, Domxro - Fr 195 Henderson Dorm - Fr 195 Henderson, G0fvy - So 162 Howard, Cheryl - Fr 195 Howord, Debra - Fr 195 Howofd, Henry P- Jr 103 Howold, Morls - So 182 Hubble, Krysrd - if 83, 170 Hudgmns, Rosonn M- So, 183 Hudson. Hudson, Hudson, Oebro - Fr 105 Pomelo Q- So, 76, 183 Vrckx - Jr 76, 78, 170 Johnson, Johnson Johnson, johnson. Johnsod, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Rim - Fr, 195' Roben -N Fr 105 floben-So 183 Ror1wFr147S 5U5Df!""'Sf149 TerryWSo f Truman - Fr 195 f Woiref f- Fr 87. 195 Wayne 4- lr, 107 ' Huff. Epson - Sr 148 Hughes, Cormencno -- Sr 4, 99, 106, 145 Hughes, Donald f- SO 183 Hughes, Sherry -v Sf 64, 66, 148 Hughes, Sheryl - Fr 195 Hughes, Wdlsom - So. 183 Huczef, Alffed -- Sf 75, 83, 126, 127 HLBZGY. Everme - So 160 Huh, Lonrue - F1 195 Humphfey, Darla -v So 71, 188 Humphrey, Krm --- Sr 148 HUNGERFORD, BETTY -- Homc EC 134 Hum, Aberr - F1 1475 Hum, Clarence - Sr 127, 148 Hum, Morvo - So 33. 76, 79, 31, 133 Hunrer, Anthony - If 170 Humef. Gory - Fr 195 Hunzef, Smon A if 68, 69, 170 Hurd, Brlcn - Fr 195 Hurst, Lodomo - Fr 105 Hun, rxegm A So 77, use Hun, Tfoy - So 120 Hurcherson, Verofwco -A Sf 148 HUIUXQYSOO, Moms W So 08, 183 mem, N-mqm - So 04, oo, 84 FNGRAM, DWAYNE W 112 J JOCYRQACO-Yf'D9f1 W Jr 78, 79, 170 Jocks L-ndo - Jr 76, 77, 78, 69, 82, 170 Jackson, Arwgeio A- - Fr 105' Joclason, Anrhony H Jr 60, 170 IOWISIOO. bdxth +882 Joky, Tommy -' Jr 171 ' Jones,AAd1u'1o4 450 68,184 ' Jones. Beverly + Fr, 106 ' 3332? Dorkin- Deborah , 0107195 - So, ,164 , Chfysfol - Fr,79,196f krb7,78,'171 1 -S149 1 Derma -- JY 171 - SO 68, 73, 77, 7'-7, 87,184 Jcnes. Derrnck F So, 134 , JONES, FRED - Prinopo! 132 Jones, Georgerfe - Jr 67,78 717, 171 ' bw, GW'-30fY - 5' 149 Jones, Lovmne I Jones, mah-sei M- So 134 , ' for-es, Beqnold h Jr 149 lones, Sham -M So' 81, 87, 184 f 10095, Trgqy -6 50 184 Jones, Tfoy - 11 46, 171 Jordon, Howie if 1717 1ordon,Y.or1me 50 107. 184 Mom, Wdirom '-N- Sr 68, 82, 150 K mmm, my rf we mmo, oxxve Mom sim Kearney, Iohn Kearney, Mory --- A S: 71, Bb, 96, 150 So 84. 164 Keds, Donny f-Q Fr 1611 Keief, Tyrone V- So 164 Ke-fly, Gomeid '- lf 67, 171 Keky, Kovxn M- Fr 196 Kelly Mxdxeo? 1- Sr 150 Kelly, Rom - Jr 171 Ketly, Sreven -M So 184 KENDALL, HELEN -A Afrcndonce 137 Kendnck, Pomeio V- Sf 150 14ef1dfz1e,Tm0fr1y - sf 84,813,150 Kendracks, Carhern -. Jr os, 76, 77, 171 Kem-ae, cm, - Jr eo, 171 Kendricks, Shreey - Jr 64, 69, 171 Kennedy, Ando - So 120, 154 Kennedy, Chnsrine - Jr 65. 76. 77. 171 Kennedy, Chrisnne - Jr 67, 171 Kennedy, Kely - S0184 Kennedy, Stacey - Jr. 171 Ke0worrY1,Scon-Fr 87,196 KER!3ER.ADOLF--Ef19isn134 KerkIand.Snady-Fr 66 i4.err,Sandy--Sr,81,150 Kerchko.KeBy-Fr 196 KercNsa,Kimber1y-Sr 69,B,74,150. KDW'ELL,MAX-h6usrr1o1Arls134 Knm-1edy,Russe!-50,184 KNCADEAZJLEE-Engbhi-34 Knd'1elow,Trina-Jr 171 Kng,G'ehory-So 184 KNG,JO11N-1ncbsma1Arrs82,99,134 iGng.1'Sevs'1-50,184 l'Gng,Vaness-a-Jr, 64,76 77, 79, 171 Kmms,Ammy-J: 171 Krldondjun--Fr 124,196 Ka'16cnd,Sanay-?r,64,J196 K1ser,Je1fery-Jr,171 Kene,Mm'k-Sa 71,184 Kneep,Ocxiei-H196 KfY9Q,L0LZO151',f3. 78, 79,815,150 Kaurslynerre-Jr 171 KRAlJClNAS,CARL-irdus1idAn5135 !Q'anhg,Biy-So 184 NxgAngeio-50.184 Kyner.Eric-Jr.171 ' L Loc, Angela - So. 185 Lacy, Erienne - Jr eo, 112, 171 Lacey, Lauen - Fr 196 Lacey, leie - Fr, 196 Lacey, Rancid - Sr 82 Laisufe, Andea - So. 64, 66, 184 Lamb, L56 - Fr. 196 La-1-asrh, Brady - So 184 Lane, Jam - So, 171, 184 Lare,LEcn-Sa 184 Lane,Mczy -Jr. 15, 76, 78, 80, 171 Lo1e,MicheI-So.'B5 Lmg,MeKa-Sr 67,'00,101,15O Lefsg,:1fea1ed-Fr we Love, James - Fr, 196 Lovei, Ersk - Jr 60, 171 Luke, Carre - Jr 171 Lusbv. Terrence - Jr 171 Lyles, Shel: - Sa 185 Lyon, Anrhony - Sa 185 Mc McAbee, KeI1ey - Fr 196 McCann, Eric - Jr 85. 171 MCCarry, Charlo - Sr 152 MCCLARY, ROBERT - Scvence 132 McCleodon, Rudwcrd - Sr 81,107 Mcoead, Chsquna - Fr 79, 196 MQCLOUO, MARLYN M snqrm 75, 132 Mcfonvnlle, Deooe -M So 185 McCorfy. Rose - So 185 MCCuIley, Dawn - Fr 196 Mcidey, Cheryl - S0185 McCuI1ey, Mschoel - Fr 196 Mciuiough. Baron - Sr 91, 152 McDanze!s, Monica - Jr 172 McDonald, Larry - Fr 196 Mcikoy, Sharon - Jr 171 Mc6ary. Dona - 50.185 McGhee, James - So 185 McGhee, Jeffery - So. 185 McGenrus, Angela-So. 185 McGow, Gayron - R196 MQGOW, Lorena - Jr, 64, 65, 69, 172 McHoffey. Jorwerre - Fr, 196 McHoney, Pau! - Fr. 196 McKay, Norman - Sr. 152 McKinley, Suzanne - Sa. 64, 185 Mclkhney, Defynn - Jr, 172 Mae-qw, Donna - Mclknignr, Srocey - Mcknuckies, Andrea So 66, 185 Jr 172 - So 87, 185 - sf 41, 107, 152, 172 McKnud1!es, Johnnne Mcmcas, Roberr - Jr, 172 MCNOU, John - Fr 196 McNarr, Maurrna - Sr 81, 152 McNed. Amanda - Jr, 172 Mdlhasl, Scan - Sr. 64, 67, 152 Mevre-ron. Ramon - so, ea, 107, 108, 185 MCP-evndds. Joner - Fr, 196 Mdleynolds, Joyce - Fr. 196 M Maynard, Kevin - So 87, 185 Maynard, Rebecca - So, 66, 185 Maynard, Rhonda - Sr 152 Meade, Tnno - So 68. 185 Means, Robbxn - Fr 117, 197 Medoris, SCOP! - So 185 Merxueiro, ma - Sr 26, 27, 69, 79, 150 Meredurh, Waker - Fr 197 Mndoieran, Laresa - Sr 82 Mildenberg, Danaid - So. 185 Miles, Jacqueline - Sr. 82. 153 Mier, Cord - So 185 Maier, Gregg - Fr 197 Ma'1er, Guy - Fr, 107 Muller, James - So. 185 Mi1er,John-So 84.96185 Miller, Karhey -- Fr 97 Mier, Keurh - So, 66, 69, 127. 185 Miller, Lisa - Sf 153 MNH Lon, A - Sr 153 Mile-r LOU - Fr,197 Meer, Mreheea, A -Sr.153 Maier, Peggy - Jr, 172 Maier Pserre - So. 185 MEer,Rhonda-51.158 Mr1erRickie-Fr,197 MHler,Roben- Mier. Roberr L - X172 56.185 Miller Rodney - Fr 197 IMfer,SomaeI- Miller, Shown - Sr 150 Fr. 197 M1Her, Tarnia - Jr. 172 Miler, Zona - Fr. 197 Mis, Andrew - Fr 197 Mina, Brian - So 185 M.inaT1na 197 , - Fr. Mmor,Kevin-So, MINOR, SGT JOFN - ROTC 1235 Michel? Jeffrey - Jr. 172 Mirchei Kim - Sr 82, 153, 181 Mirchel, Mary - Sr. 78, 79, 153 Mrrchei, Sam - So, 87. 186 Mrrcheli, Tanya - So, 186 Mobley, Brion - Sr, 126, 153 Moffir, Frederids - Sr. 197 M0511 Cheri - Sr, 69, 1543 Monday, Tammy - Jr. 172 Monroe. Perry -- Fr 197 Monrgomery, Gerry - ir 172 Monrgorne-ry, Mnchael - Sr, 81, 153 MONTGOMERY, ZONDA - Music 132 Moon, Terri - Fr, 197 Lmgfzyd, Fuana - Sr. 16, 64, 67, 86, 150 Longford, Steven - Sr. 69, '07, 150 Lanrz, Rely - Fr. 196 Lanfz, Lyrxb - Sr 23, 69, 72, 74, 75, 77, 81, 86, 151 LAHEES, JO!-N - Arr 185 LARKEN, NANCY - VscePre'sapa1 1232 LAFJRABEE, MYRA - Saeco! Education 1-35 Lcrreon, Llsa - Jr 83, 171 Lasorea, Nyda - So 185 Leeey, Gwendokyn - Pr 198 Los?-cn, Torso - So 95, 185 Langram, Vanhrd - So 185 La...-f-gsaupnorn, Hong - So. 185 Lausen, Germ - So 185 Lawson. Cod - Fr, 196 Lawson, KOQSY e- Jr 66, 171 Ley, God - s- 82 Ley, Rsdxzd - Fr 87, 196 Leake, Tyzare - E 171 Ledei, Adnan - I 68, 124, 171 Mack. Ernesr - Fr 196 Mack, Rm - if 172 Macy, Jody - So. 66, 185 Major, Roger - Fr 196 Mqiors, Lesannio - Sr, 151, 81 Majors, Stephane - Sr 151, 172 Maless, Bewna - Jf 85, 95, 172 Mcn1ess, Cody -- So 81, 85. 185 Malone, Monro -- Sr 79, 83, 151 Monce, Edward - Jr 172 Mongam, Srephen -- Sr. 69, 70, 127, 151 MAMA, Jam - Phys-Cer Educorion Qc, as MANVAN, DONALD - Social Srucies 135 Mannmg, Rohn - Sr. 82 Monvng. Susan -- Sr, 151 Manns, Reba - So, 67. 185 Mansfreld, Jenkens -e Fr, 196 Manson, Linda - Sr 82 Markey, Maurice - So 76, 185 Morkey, Madonna - Fr 196 Moore, Crysra! - Sr 67, 154. 231 Moore, Kevnn - Jr, 172 Moore, Lawrence - Sr. 83, 154 Moore, Lows - Sa, 186 Moreland, Lawrence - So. 186 Moreland, Mise - Jr, 87, 172 Morgan, Kimberly - Fr, 197 Morgan, Michael - Jr Bs, 172 Morgan, Mrchene - so, 117, 186 Mormon, Anrhony - Jr. 172 Moms, Angela - So, 66, 71J 186 Morris, Jason - Fr. 197 MORRLS, JOMN - Soda! Sruciies 132 Moms, Theresa - Sf. 81, 153 Morris, Trays e- Sr. '63 Morrow, Porneio - Jr, 172 MOSGY, JOSEP1-BE - Engww 185 Mosley, Gloria - Jr. 172 Masiey. Merleen - Jr, 172 Moss, Dawn - Sr. 73, 74, 154, 228 Lee,ArIi'em-Fr 196 Lee,Angeb-so ca, 73, 76 Lee,Chc'1ron-Jr 64,75 Lee Cms-Jr,64,171 LEE, FRAW4 - Enghh 155 Lee,James-Jr 196 Lee,Kevne-So 85,185 1.ee,H's:-Fr 87,196 Lee, Sracey - Sr. 64, 66, 151 Legge, 5CO:'T - So 185 Le999. Tracey - Sr 151 LENTZ, JAMES - Ar: 135 Les1e.Arwhony-F1-,196 Lesbelemrter-Sr 151 Lews,Josep11-sf151 LEWSSKENETH-Mus4c5IJ,135 Lewrsusa-So 185 Lews.Lori-50.196 L:sey,Dean-So 196 Mafkey, wrnsem - Jr. 53, 87, 107. 108. 172 Marsh, Lrnda - Fr 66, 196 Ma1sh,Ra9an - Jr, 172 Morsha1!,5herry-So 185 Marnnbnme-Fr 196 Morrin,Jomes-Jr Marnn.Jaseph-Jr 75, 172 172 Marrun Norman - So 185 Mann, Sondra - So 185 Marrin, Sharon - Sr Mornn, Shawn - Sr 82, 152 152 Mornn Shern - Fr 196 MARTIN, WILLE - Arhieric Dwecror 1.32 Marmez, Marnn - So 185 Mason, Larry - Sr 152 Massey, Dwayne - Jr 78, 91, 172 Mossngd, Pamca -- Fr. 196 Mavhes, Monreres - Jr 172 Morhxs, Tony - Jr, 51, 172 Moss, James - Jr. 91, 172 Mumow, Richard - Jr 172 Mumaw, Thomas - Fr, 112, 197 Mudf, Naomi - Sr 82 Murphy, Howard - Fr, 197 Murphy, Jayne - Jr. 172 Murphy, Rancid - Jr. 172 Murray, Angela - Jr, 78, 95, KM, 119, 172 Murray, Mrchae! - Fr 124, 197 Mrxray. Regina! - So, 69, 186 Murray, Shannon - So, 79, 117, 186 Murray, Tracy - Sr, 14, 77, 79, 95, 116, 117, 154 , Murray, Vidue - Jr 172 Muse, Naro1e - Jr, 172 Myers, Joni - Jr 80, 72 N Nat, Debbie - Fr. 197 Nouyen, Thuy - Fr, 198 Lognf, Come - Jr 83, 171 lighr, Dom - Jr 83 Linden, Miched - Fr 196 Lnkous. Ons - So 185 Loob, Vncrono - Fr 196 Lodserr, Donna - So 76, 79, 81, 84, 185 Logm, Rome - Fr, 196 Lohrnnn, Paula - Fr 196 Long, Cana - Jr 52, 171 Long. Paul - Sr 151 Lord, fem - Fr 196 Love, Dense - Sr 151 Moms, Tony - Jr oo, aa, 172 Mmm, vondo - Fr, 107 Morrhews, Mnchoel - Jr 172 Marnngiy, Ciara - Fr 197 Momngly, Meinso -- Fr, 197 Moa,-1, Narabe - So 64, 76, 79, 81, 185 Maurer, George -- So 185 MAUXEY, LYD1A - Socicd Srudaes 135 Maxey, Sreve - Sr 152 Moy, Kevrn - So 185 Moy, Tonya - Jr 172 Maynard, Jennier - Sr 152 Neal, John - lr, 73, 76, 87, 172 Neal, Trnorhy - So, 68 Nealy. Jesse J - Sr, 69 Neoly, Randy - Fr 198 Neeley, Jason - So 68, 172 Neely, Porncia - Fr. 179 Nelson, Dana - Fr, 198 Nesbiu, Tawanda - Fr 198 Nesbirr, Wdson - Fr 112, 198 Nevns, Txrnarhy - Fr, 198 Ntbs, Dewayne G. - Sr 81 lndex!223 2247 Index N1d'1o1s, Sronley - So. 186 N1d1ens, Mmwoel -- So 166 Nickefms, Robert - Jr, 87, 172 No-ei, Undo - Sr. 154 Norman, Dome - So, 69, 186 Nofm6n,Dono1d - SL1, 70, 99,134 Norman, Donald E, - Srf 64, 65,615 69, 154 Norman, Froncheskcx - Sf. 67, 154 7 NQfEiS, Dememns - Fr, 198 Norris, Viccono 1- Jr. 172 Norm, Angelo - Sr, 52,154 North, Audrey - 50,136 Norwood,,QhcIomo + Jr.I17i2 ' Nr1w1r1,f60yr.e11 -,ser 186 I , NUC1EN,JANET'-- Home EC185 , Nygoofd, So 186 QOUS, T100 - Frr 61,"'196, ff 6orl'S,ITO1'Y- 171,198 IQ'nr1c1r1,Nprmfa+ sr. 714, 154 , ' Odom, Cl'1ico,I-- 56,186 7 I I7, f " 770615501 1351 7 1 mmm, crysmr - Jr, 04165, b9f7e,',17Q, 7f Q11ver,vAr1ge1Q7- so, 767186 7 O1vey,,7Bre6dO,"f,1r 172 ' ff ' 4 ,Oulldw,D0ffy1-"v,Jr,'172 , Owdws, Curtis -Jr, 173 ' , I Er. 106 ' I , 1 Owens., Georgeh- sf. 67 I 77 ow-ms, Lambme,7- so, I11Q,1ac1 7 Owef1S,Ip10-4-50,156 I Owens, 'Susie -' Sr. pace, Tummy 4- Sr. 60, 111 Pac!-r,Midwoe!-Jr,,17O' 7 ' , ' PAGE, CHUCK CODCFY 91, 108, 7128 Page, Tracey -- So. 186 ' Palmer, Lorie -- SO, 166 " Pqlmec7,,Thomos- So. 178 Poimore, Den e- Fri 196 1 Pc1Imore,f7Odell --fr. 198 Poifriore, Trory A, W-Sr. 155 Pcxrhom, Iloswo - Fr, 198 Parker, Donny - So, 186 Parker. Dwayne W- Fr 198 Parker, Karen D. W- Sr. 64, 65, 60, 155 PARKER, NVENDELL 1- Special Ed. 25, 214, Parks, Tuna - Fr. 198 Pormley, Nancy N- Jr, 178 Pore, Pouia -- So, 104, 186 Ponerson, Cyhrfio -Sr. 155 Porrersorw, Denise - So. 186 Porvon, Donald - So. 186 Pcmon, Donald - So 186 Peorcy, Mary - Jr. 68, 82, 84, 173 Penderqross. Derren 'iv Jr, 66 Pennyingron. Denyi -- Sr. 155 7 PENQUTTE, HARRY - Science 135 . Pepper, Vicrof W- Fr. 195 Pefdue, Korhryn - Fr, 198 7 .Perd1,1e,K1mberIy - rr we 1 Perkins, Norway - sr, 04, as, ao, 155 Perry, Henry -- Fr. 1961 . Perry, Kefuro -r Jr. 178 Perry, Porricio A. - Sr, 67, ,155 7 Ps1eP.s,uoms M- speeches. 1:15 Perrigrew, Mekndo - Jr. 71, 173 Perry, Kennerh -1- So 77, 186 HELPS, CMOL LEE - Dooklseeper 137 Phelps. Moliy - Fr, 198 A x Phelps, Phnlip - Fr. 199 7 Phillips, Don L - Sr 16, 69, 155 7P!-mps,Johr-1-Jr.83,92,1'73 Pierson, Rosemary - Fr 199 Pmon, Donoki - So, 186 PINNER, DORIAN - Spanish 76, 135 p11Jf'l11ET1, Mithoei - Fr, 199 Poindexrer, Lynise - Fr, 109 Polndexxer, Robyn - Sf, 84, 155 Polls, Raymond - Jr, 124, 173 Polord, joseph - Jr. 66, 76, 173 Pollard, Terrence M- So 64, 186 Duon Poner Losherry Fr 199 - Jr 173 Porris. M Poms, Posey, crgrefho - Sr. 155 DOVKJ - So 124, 156 Posey, Deborah - Sr. 155 Posley, Clyde - So 107, 186 Powel, Dorryf - Sr 71, 111, 129, 155 Powell, Erxc - Jr 127, 173 Powell, Korrino - So 186 Powe1l, Kim - Fr 120, 190 Powell, Morcrus A - Sf. 155 Powei, Srephorne - So, 186 Prcrher, Dofryl L - Sr BA, 86, 156 Pfofi, Lofrl J, - Sr. 73, 74, 156, 227 Presron, Lvso F Jr 4, 66, 173 Prevor , lofvozhon f Fr B7, 124, 125, 199 Prevov, 519100 -f if 87, 173 Prevor, Thvophrs f Jr 173 215, 216, 117, 215 Prayer. Pon! - So 186 Proctef, Porricio - Fr, 199 Soilon. Croig M 187 SALZMANN, WMJAM - Musrc 30, 64, 66, 135 me, Andrea rx, W Sr,65,66, 110,711 1541 5O,,,Co,,.? J, 66 O, 767 ,M pnce' Amhony - JL 173 I Jhvnlerre -4 174 ' P0227 M'Cbe1'e - F' 199 ' ,sr1m,M1chQe1'- fo 157 PUFG7 5'eDhfH1e - FL '90 sAMM.o1sNvEr4 -, Mqm 135 . Pmer 5'eV5f" "' F17 199 I Sondi?rs,7Cur!1nG,,-47512 82, 157, ' Progs, Pomcso - Fr. 199 , 5onde,,5I Dowd TUIIFII ,MI 76II199 I p'U""Ken7 'J' 76173 ' f 50f1'5'f?fs..lD0f101f-7+-k.174, Q f7 , , 1 91031, EGSYGY L7 -N 51- 69. 57. T50 I SANDERS, DOROTHY f4 Schobi Secrerory 137 . Pgryeorjefome-'St1.I6b, 77111, aa. seo 5 - 7 snerrierr, 7. . rf 7 , 7 , '-509d3'5'T!f3CY"'50357 , 7 ' , I I I ,R I I , I ,5ObIa0IfAmhony ILQFKI, I I , 1 I, f' f ,, sANFono,1M1c11AEu+50er1re . Radford, Rodney - Jr, 173 I Sofilona, --f Sr-264,-157 . Y RO1U9Y,MlChQ9l-4' PHO? 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'ffm '11 gi sl -.J ii QS 3' M rx A rl! my .4 Zig, YQ, I gt .Q 'A if N 'hiss it 'S Rosemory White - Loncer Asst. Editor ref! . MGx I ,E ,Vw iwm?--NSA ", ' Kim Ketchko - Accolode Asst. Editor I ,Y ' In-,.,...f ,,,,-f"" , A if 5-ff ' ,,,. 5 E N ,y ,W ,,, 3 K .. gy-V,,,,,A.?iiS5fg3I0f, , Lorri Prott - Photography Editor Koren Allegree - Business Editor . I.. s ' ':,fZ,iE::l1'f,'. 'fififiaf fin 54 1 " fr Eval ,gy Y V -V ,V,! 'fic , 4- " 'l ' 4, A b-.J Srotff2Q7 Cynthio Chombers - NewsfFeoture Editor Lourie Herold - Index Editor fi, L.. T' iztt RX, , J 5 V X ...--- ,W . um- ., , i- H -- .sk , f ""'W"" Shoron Burris - Senior Album Editor 4 '-,Q . I, qw .,, - ,r " 13,0 fu -4:01 Q2B,'fSroff ,Wi-h--ll Mike Boker Loncer Sports Editor Down Moss Accolode Sports Editor ii -Av Editor-in-Chief Asst Editor Business Editor Business Asst. Copy Staff Srudenr Life Editor Srudenr Life Assr. Academic: Ediror Academics Asst. Clubs Staff Sports Editor Sports Asst. Faculry Sroff Senior Album Editor 1981-82 Accolade Staff Lisa Givan Kim Kerchka Karen Allegree John Neal Deniese Dugger Lisa Hoffman Lorri Pratt Carmen Tyler Rosemary White Deanna Sradler Kim Kerchka Brenda Smith Sharon Burris Kim Kerchka John Neal Damara Srewarr Rosemary White Dawn Moss Eric Wiggins Deniese Dugger Lisa Givan Sharon Burris 1981-82 Lancer Staff Editor-in-Chief Assr, Ediror Business Ediror Business Asst, Newsflfearure Editor Newsflfearure Staff Sparrs Ediror Sports Staff Arr Staff Photography Ediror Photography Staff Adviser Principal Vice-Principals Carmen Tyler Rosemary Whire Karen Allegree John Neal Cynthia Chambers Angela Baker, Sharon Burris, Toni Crirrenden, Jeff Dunn, Aaron Freeman, Tamara James Geargerre Jones, LaVanne Jones, Kim Kerchka, Angela Lee, Carla Lee, John Neal, Mike Riddle, Kevin Scorr, Angie Smith Brenda Smirh, Deanna Sradler, Kay Thorpe, Liz Vance, and Kim Wisdom. Mike Baker Horace Jordan, John Neal, Laurie Hearald, Dawn Moss, and Eric Wiggins. Troy Janes Robert Nickens Lorri Pratt Debbie Corrrell, Jeff Cox, Curr Elliarr, and Kelli Swem Mrs, Jennifer Werbil Mr. Fred Jones Mr, Faburn DeFranrz Mrs. Nancy Larkin Underclass Sraff Index Editor index Staff Staff Arrisrs Phorography Ediror Phorography Sraff Adviser Principal Vice-Principals Toni Crirrenden Deniese Dugger Aaron Freeman Laurie Herald Lisa Hoffman Tamara James LaVanne Janes Rosemary Whire Laurie Herald Toni Crirrenden Aaron Freeman Tamara James LaVanne Janes Mike Riddle Brenda Smirh Troy Jones Psoberr Nickens Lorri Prarr Debbie Corrrell Jeff Cox Curr Elliorr Kelli Swem Mrs. Jennifer Werbil Mr. Fred Janes Mr. Faburn DeFranrz Mrs. Nancy Larkin 1981-82 News Bureau Staff Editor News Bureau Sraff John Neal Damara Srewarr Sharon Burris Laurie Herald Lavonne Jones Horace Jordan Carmen Tyler ln Memory Of Mrs. Mary Farner, secrerary ro Guidance Director James Spears, graduated from Shorrridge High School and she vvenr an ro atrend Indiana University, After complering four years of study ar l,U., Mrs, Farner graduated a Phi Bera Kappa with a Liberal Arrs de- gree. ln addition to working ar Arlington, Mrs Farner was a member of Sr. Alban Episcopal Church, Pi Bera Phi sororiry, l U Womens Club of Indianapolis, and the mother of rhree Arlingron graduares. Our unending gratitude and thanks will always be with her. Staff Lisisf229 JO, Closing Below Dedicoted to their class . . . These seniors worls diligently to molxe their floor orrroctive for the Homecoming porode fn QZTX 1981 1982 The yeor Another yeor hos come ond gone It seems like only yester doy wos the first doy of school And remember oll of the new freshmen? A lost scored bunch of teenogers who with time hove blended in ond worked out just fine But the freshmen werent the only ones who hod to molse odjustments As of September Arlington be come ci new home for mony Shortridge students who unfortunotely hod their school closed becouse of the locls of IPS funds ond declining city en rollment. There ore so mony things to lools bocls on in the post yeor. Whether it's ci new friendship or the winning of o gome, no one con deny the speciol feel- ings of those speciol memories. Some memories, however, oren't so speciol. Do you re- member the thought thot went through your heod the first time you went to the both- room only to find thot the door wos pod-loclsed shut? Becouse of you, there ore mony memoroble events thot hove highlighted this post school yeor. lust obout the I0 retrospect most thought obout occosion Homecoming wos mode o success by people pulling to gether ond working for o com mon couse The floots olone were proof of diligent worls Another speciol occosion thot the school tools port in wos the Home Ec Deportments mocls wedding Brides dressed beoutifully in ele gont wedding gowns ond grooms loolsed proud in tux edos Eoch wedding wos com pleted with o proper reception. And we mustn't forget Christ- mos1 the most celebroted holi- doy of the yeor. Mony students joined together to present o Christmos Concert complete with Sonto Clous himself! These ore just o few of mony events thot tools ploce this post yeor. lr would tolse hundreds of poges ond just os mony pictures to present them oil. These events ore just o mere exomple of whot you did when you put your mind to it! You count! You mode the yeor speciol becouse you ore the school - the life ond blood of Arlington. Arling- ton High School . . . You're Where lt Counts!!! Left. Is It really Santa? . . . These youngsrers experience some of rhe magic of Chrisrmos or rhe onnual Chrisrmos concerr. They were rhe lirrle brorhers ond sisrers of some Arlington srudenrs. Delow. Congratulcitlons to our happy couple . . . Crystal Moore ployed our beouriful bride in rhe annual mock wedding held by the Home Ec. deparrmenr. L 'T 4 - :uf-s 4 J' For Left. An Arlington celebrity . . . Indianapolis mayor, William Hudnur, visired our school wirh on inspiring speech on brorherhood during Brorherhood week. Left. A dlsappolntlng slght . . . Remember how ir felr when you come upon rhis sight? You felr like kicking down rhe door didn'r you? , ',ZV"fy!f X , 4, fy, , l if fm , ,,,,f ',A' 327 ' , V AV 1 .'1- 1 f Z sf , Z 27 '232,"We rmiiy Mode iii ff X YOU'RE WHERE IT COUNTS. You're Where ir Counts you ore indeed, Arlington High The ploce ro be. You're Where ir Counrs Forrunorely, To leorn ond eorn Knowledge you need. You're Golden Knighrs Of our deor school, You're somebody De proud you're you. Give occolodes ro Al-l.S. De proud deor Knighrs We ore the besr. A melring por of roce ond creed, Wonderous sroff To fill our needs. You're Where ir Counrs Arlingron High, So do your besr And srond wirh pride. You're where ir Counrs you con go for, Jusr rnoke rhe nnosr Of who you ore. Wendell L, Porlrer 4 mnvc.ufrauz:m A Wa H 4 b 9 M R ,. - 'Q 4 I f , . . 4 L Me Q r ma. 1:-mi x f 1 , Q K iii.. - H 2' n " Aff . X . l Lb' N. X , ., "AQ, "3 l W V' E . . if V 1 ' .V f. 'ai-1' .VJ " tv . E, ,,-inf ?' ' -1 ff - L .,fl'f9i5m L ' Q , ' kk -R' f 'ilfik 43' - , A, ' , . Wmyg, ,f ,.f 1 'f .-.f 1. 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