Arsenal Technical High School - Arsenal Cannon Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

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oil ' D $ tea 3 r ' y nfVSEflFIL SnilGl 1E7S UdI. SS ani Esnts: Epaniis 3 3lass3s IS SPErfs 3S Saiiurs 33 iBfiDilias SH FSBUltU 1SS SuhsBrihsrs 17S lidsfu 17S • nds 1S4 SlEshS IE3 MAY 22, 1979 Ten Seniors Receive Principal Awards MILO H. STUART SCHOLARSHIPS Dana L. Myers Frankie Pinkston DeWITT S. MORGAN SCHOLARSHIPS Angela Piety Anthony Warf ield » .■ HANSON H. ANDERSON SCHOLARSHIPS Amy Michael Duane R. Williams Among the most cherished honors presented each Honor Day at Tech are the " Principal Awards. " When Tech opened in September, 1921, Milo H. Stuart began his leadership of the school. He came over from Manual High School when the city school system started this new school on the former Civil War arsenal grounds. DeWitt S. Morgan, another distinguished educator, became Tech ' s second principal and later became superintendent of schools. Tech ' s third principal, Hanson H. Anderson, was one of the school ' s original teachers. After his retirement in 1958, he was succeeded by Cecil McClintock. Tech ' s immediate past principal is Howard L. Longshore, who continues to work for city schools as supervisor on the Planning Dept. C. L. McCLINTOCK SCHOLARSHIPS Sharon D. Maye Wm. Brent Fields HOWARD L. LONGSHORE SCHOLARSHIPS Katherlne J. Hong Hollls A. Evans PAGE 1 HONORS KEY: STUART SCHOLARSHIPS: for a boy or a girl who have used their talents for the finer interests of the students and the school. MORGAN SCHOLARSHIPS: for a boy and a girl who have shown good citizenship. ANDERSON SCHOLARSHIPS: for a boy and a girl who have shown loyalty to Tech and leadership in service in school activities. McCLINTOCK SCHOLARSHIPS: for a boy and a girl who have prepared well for a career and who have a particular devotion to Tech. LONGSHORE SCHOLARSHIPS: for a boy and a girl who have helped achieve a better understanding among fellow human beings, have developed a mature manner, and have demonstrated loyalty to the school. Departments Recognize Top Seniors The outstanding senior student(s) in most of Tech ' s many departments (awards are not mandatory) are presented engraved plaques each Honor Day. The criteria for these awards vary a bit from department to department, but the general rule is that each award winning senior must have majored in the subject, must have received high grades, and must have the recommendation of teachers in the department. Some students enhance their chances of receiving the highest department award by demonstrating initiative, as by carrying out special projects or entering contests. Some of the awards listed below show a name in parenthesis. Where such a name occurs, it is the last name of a Tech teacher who distinguished himself or herself while serving on that department ' s faculty. Thus, tradition continues — as does the tradition of using the second name, " Supreme Day, " for our Honor Day. It was on May 22, 1916, that the Indiana Supreme Court ruled to let the former arsenal grounds continue to be used as a school — without end! AUTO TR. Auto Mech. Gaylan Owens AUTO BODY Anihony Ardizzone BUILDING TR. (Ewing) Russell Tollver BUSINESS ED. (Gillespie) Paulette Duff BUSINESS ED. (Woodward) Alta Scott BUSINESS ED. (Harger) Leah Arterberry DRAFTING ELECTRIC TR. ENGLISH LANGUAGE LANGUAGE LANGUAGE PHYS. ED Mach. Draft. (t arkus) (Shover) (French) (Spanish) (Latin) Gerald Brian Osborn Thomas Jacqueline Duane R. Sherry Harris Anthony A. Fowlkes Spearman Bender Williams Warfield PHYS. ED. HOMEECON. HOMEECON MicheleL. (McCullough) (Kinley) Mahurin Janice Smith Marilyn D. Lucas ft ri IM PRINTING SOC. STUDIES SOC. STUDIES SCIENCE SCIENCE SCIENCE SCIENCE Dewayne (Binninger) (Binninger) (Brosey) (Cox) (Kendrick) (Allen) Tinsley Paula Kriner Thomas Anthony Kim Gardner Nguyen Duane Spearman Warfield Daotien Williams ♦ ATHLETIC ATHLETIC ATHLETIC (Dyer) (Outstanding) (Dyer) Dalphia Wanda Smith Gerald LaLand Fowlkes z P y f Activities Awards Given Engraved plaques are also given to Tech seniors chosen for activity awards (the exception below being the Ella Sengen- berger Sch olarship, which is presented by the Arsenal Cannon Alumni Association, Inc., rather than by a Tech group). These awards represent high achievement in school-directed extra-curricular activities. How such athletics, speech, drama, program production, and the school newspaper and yearbook add to the life of Tech! ATHLETIC DRAMATICS DRAMATICS PROGRAM (Outstanding) (Ryan) (Ryan) PRODUCTION Stephen Sharon D. Amy E. Michael Guynn Maye Michael Shelton Cadets Win Honors At Federal Inspection A highlight of the annual AFI for Tech ' s ROTO. May 14. was the presentation of awards to individual cadets. These include the following. CDT OPT Mark Lee is awarded the Service Club Medal for being the most improved cadet officer. CDT SGT Dwayne Hall. CDT SFC Steven Richardson, CDT IVISG Dennis Stokes, and CDT LTC Bobby Johnson received the Superior Cadet decorations for LD 1-4 CDT Denny Holt is awarded the Indianapolis News Medal for mental and moral characteristics of military leadership, CDT CPL Barbara Evans is awarded the Reserve Officers Association Medai for outstanding basic cadet CDT CPL Joseph Arrington. CDT SFC Constance Sims, and CDT SGM Charles Callahan received the Veterans of Foreign Wars Medal for LD 1-3, CDT 1LT Todd Johnson received the National Guard Association Medal for outstanding company commander, CDT CRT Mark Culp is awarded the National Guard Reserve Medal for outstanding devotion to duty as S-l, CDT 1ST Terry Woods is awarded the American Legion General Military Excellence Award for demonstrated military leadership, discipline, character, and citizenship. CDT BG Duane Williams is awarded the American Legion Scholastic Excellence Award for his academic achievement and demonstration of leadership ability CDT SGT Anthony Thompson received the outstanding LD 1 Freshman Cadet award in memory of Colonel Thomas Wadelton, for mer AFI inspector of the Indianapolis High School units CDT CPT Daniel Stock is awarded the DAI Award as the most outstanding junior cadet officer and the next battalion commander of Tech ' s JROTC CDT Michael Shelton received the American War Mothers Award for being instrumental in improving community, school or homes or church-related activities CDT CSM Gary Sandford will be presented the Sons of the American Revolution Award at a later date for his demonstration of outstanding qualities in military leadership, discipline, character, etc. CDT MSG Reginald McDade is awarded the World Wars Medal for his military and scholastic grades and for his improvement in grades in the year ' 78 ' 79. CDT CPL Anthony Thompson. CDT SFC Auzie Heard, CDT ILT Todd Johnson, and CDT CPT Mark Culp were awarded the Instructor ' s Award for Leadership and Military Proficiency CDT BG Duane Williams was awarded the Senior Army Instructor ' s Medal for Service and Citizenship. CDT LTC Bobby Johnson, CDT ILT Terry Woods, and COT 2LT Dennis Stokes were awarded the SAI Medal for a member of each Drill Team, Boys ' IDR. and Girls ' EX CDT SGT Curtis Chapman was awarded the Arsenal Technical Cadet Officers Association Medal. CDT BG Duane Williams was awarded the SAI Medal for Advanced Marksmanship, CDT PFC Dawn Trobe was awarded the SAI Medal for First Year Marks- manship CDT 1LT Michael Shelton and CDT 2LT Janice Phelps were awarded the SAI Color Guard Medal, Principal Ray Reed and CDT BG Duane Williams were awarded plagues by 1sl SGT Neris Willis, The command of the battalion was also changed in traditional manner. C COL Denny Holt passed the position of battalion commander to C MAJ Daniel Stock. PUBLICATIONS PUBLICATIONS SPEECH Edwin (Sengentjerger) Bridget Marshall Gary Davis Reeves MR. GAYLORD ALLEN Congratulations To Mr. Allen Too Thanks and congratulations to another kind of graduate — Mr. Gaylord Allen, who first substitute-taught here in 1940 and soon became well known and well liked among Tech students as a speech teacher and a drama sponsor. He guided the senior plays here from the mid-forties to the mid-fifties. He has been Tech ' s director of guidance since September of 1959. A Tech High graduate himself, he received his first speech training at Tech. Also interested in journalism, he worked on Cannon staff three semesters. Recently he was among the alumni who received Hanson Anderson awards for their achievements. That honor — like a happy retirement — are suitable rewards for such Tech faithful as Mr. Allen. PAGE 4 THE ARSENAL CANNON MAY 22, 1979 Major Senior Honors Include . . . FACULTY MEDALS: for the two seniors who have the highest scholastic rating. RILEY MEDALS: tor the two seniors (excluding Faculty Medal winners) who have the highest grades in academic subjects. PTA SCHOLARSHIPS: for a boy and a girl who excel in scholarship, personality and character. BRADLEY SCHOLARSHIPS: for a boy and a girl who, through high school, have shown helpfulness and courage FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS Duane R. Williams Anita L.Wilburn (Barton Bradley, a Tech boy, gave his life to save a child from drowning). YENNE VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL MEDALS: for the two who have demonstrated the greatest proficiency in either a vocational or technical area. ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIPS: for a senior student whose personal characteristics, school records and relationships, and qualities of leadership show all-round development. BARTON BRADLEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS Connie Sue Carson Edward Cushingberry RILEY LIBERAL ARTS MEDALS Anthony Warfield William T. Stiffler ' M ' RALPH V. YENNE TECHNICAL MEDALS Brian Osborn Russell Toliver PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIPS Jack Brown Russell Toliver Nancy Davis ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP Kim Gardner TsbI iSa ssi9¥t ' st i ihs final froitisr... Tfhsss ars tl s UD agss Dfi ihi TsbI THais-ir sir fiour sar rnissioi Id sssh wi straiga, isiL fsBts and holdl Isarfi luOiat id studsil f as Isarfiad bafiors. )• ' ■ Congratulations are In order. 1 978 Prom Friday, May 19, 1978. There was a cer- tain excitement in the air. It was prom night, 1978! Hours before the prom began, girls were running around making sure that everything was perfect for this special night. The guys, trying to maintain their image of cool, nervously walked up to their date ' s door and with an unsure, " Hello, " the evening began. But on such a beautiful, starry night, it was impossible to stay nerv- ous for long. And soon, all who attended were absorbed in the magic of the occasion! Senior prom queen and king were Michael Cheatham and Angie Brown. Sharon Maye and Terrence Chaney were junior royalities. As the night drew to a close, each member took home fond memories to treasure the rest of their lives. Angie Brown and Michael Cheatham are reigning seniors. Prom ' 78 ' X :c-.«». V ' Smile Blanche — it ' s almost over. Alone at last. May I have the last dance? Terrence Chaney and Sharon Maye are lunior royalty. mm k ' v siiil w m- After conquering many problems the 1978 musical " Sound of Music " was finally performed in the new Anderson Auditorium, The cast was fortunate to include an alumni of TECH, Bill Cox, as Captain Von Trapp who contributed to stellar perform- ances by Charlene Stewart and Janet Wilburn. The portrayal of the children was also one of the highlights of the show. The directors of the musica congratulate all who contributed to making " Sound of Music " a tremen- dous success. Hugyy b ' liU niy It ' s very simple . . . Do-Re-Me . 10 My, how perlectly charming Serenading the Hills. The Tech Campus 12 1 ,- Ib pIM .ji fW i r A Unique View Titans Raid Ritter At Homecoming This was an especially exciting year. The past few years have found our homecomings a little less than victori- ous. But past was forgotten as the crowd shouted the countdown to vic- tory. When the final whistle blew, the Titans found the scoreboard to read 19-7 and this homecoming night belonged to Tech! Half-time festivities included fire- works provided by Key Club, a band show, judging of floats, announce- ment of senior class officers, and the crowning of homecoming queen and king. The 1978 homecoming queen was Joni Teepe and Brent Fields took the honor of king. Roll room 702 walked away with first place trophy for their float. This indeed was a very exciting and special evening! Her Maiesty, Joni Teepee. Brent Fields; " This can ' t be happening! " Our faithful ROTC. No competition for the champs ot 702 Banner of the Champs 540 got a kick out of Homecoming QLflSSES Debi Adam, Kathy Hong, Malinda King, Tammy Marcum, Sheila Massey, and Vanessa Williams sOTn sjtw _ Freshman Queen, Dawn Adam, and escort Tracey Wilson. Familiar Faces At Tech Selina Gilmore sets it up. Mr, Reed says " Cheese. 18 2i ESi m r 1 1 . ' yyi; % • » - . ' IB. Br W !■ vl Atten tion! Wild and crazy chick Stacey Greene chows down June Sanderson and Lisa Aubrey interview two Canadian students 1? Science: The Study Of Torture Twenty-two hundred years ago in ancient Greece, Archimedes, Hippoc- rates, and Democritus devised a method to trouble teenagers forever. They called it science. Captured by the lure of curiosity, students are trapped into performing such tasks as pouring random chemi- cals together and sniffing the obnoxi- ous odors, rolling little cars across the floor, and digging around the organs of formaldahyde-ridden pigs, and into- lerably forcing memorization of oxida- tion numbers. Two periods a day, for two semes- ters kids torture themselves for learn- ing ' s sake, trying desperately to acquire the knowledge and earn their credit. But it is harder for some than for others. Typically, there are types of students. One is the mad professor. This dis- gusting, smart individual is the class pet peeve. He sits in his chair, absorbs every word of the teacher, never prac- tices or studies, passes every test with a " 100 " and never-endmgly asks questions like, " If the exothermic reaction of hydrocarbon oxidation in living organisms were to be sup- planted by . . . " Another type is the guy playing the fool. This guy doesn ' t know what is going on, and doesn ' t care either. This kid is always goofing off. He ' s the guy who blows up the chemistry lab, unwinds string all over the Physics room and dissects animals like a butcher. And then there is the rest of us, going through various stages of neu- rosis trying to pass the course; at times broiling to the point of anger, when the teacher says, " You ' ll get it, " or " It ' s so easy! " and yet, when the semester is ended, it ' s all been fun. Steve Suynn plays roller ball in Physics C ' mon Mr. May, talk English Mad scientist Danny Hodges mixes his expl sives. 20 Science 78-79 Sheryl Trusler takes a closer look at a wee beastie Dan Weighs a beaker in chemistry class. i Brian Singer in a hairy experiment. Physics can be fun, when you play with a race track for pellets. An Army Sgt. speaks to the new Grooming Class. •» A %9 +f ROLL ROOH IN Some of the girls in commercial foods class arrange some The makers of the new attendance banner. Nice lobCarmena, Paula, Marilyn, and Anita, real goodies! tVlrs. Hill demonstrates the button holer to a few students in her Clothing I sewing class. 22 Home Economics This year, the Home Economics Department has added two more classes to its list. The Grooming class has more than quadrupled in class size in just one semes- ter. In the first semester there was only one class period; the second semester took four class periods to cover all the enrollments. The Custom Clothing Class, advised by Mrs. Marion Moore, Department Head, consisted of thirteen girls. They were responsible for most of the girls ' dresses in Christmas-in-the-Round— nearly 100 dresses! This was certainly a big load off many of the girls ' mothers and family this year. The Commercial Foods centerpiece added a lovely touch to the principal ' s luncheon. Ten Boggs really gets into the discussion in Family Living. Peep-A-Boo! Pam seems to get into the divorce conversation. ' : ii Family Health prepares ines ' ; stuUenis lot itieit lanuiy new and in the future. .f WlLfjfi QUILL AND SCROL Six Cannon staffers were Initiated into Quill Scroll by Tracy Woods. Left to rigfit: Tracy Woods, Mollis Evans, Bill Carlson, Edwin Marsfiall, Dewayne Craig, Linda Parish, and Caren Stinger. Publications Pursue Progress As scattered feet hurry across the floor, everyone ' s running around try- ing to meet deadlines. Busy little hands are pecking away at the type- writer, pencils, and rulers are being used and reused. That ' s how it usually looks in the Cannon Office, most of the time. Everyday is a busy day for both Newspaper and Yearbook staffers. Hard work and many efforts are set forth to get the publications finished. Although everyone is busy throughout the year, and even though we often get tired and sometimes are discour- aged, when we see our final publica- tions, we all know that it ' s been a good, worthwhile year. Advisor, Joan Brown, knows how to get the job done. Mollis types some copy. 24 Newspaper C. T. Tresslar advises Edwin Marshall and Nancy Forbes. Anita Wilburn selects prom pictures. a Loretta Coggins and Vickie Hewlett plan for next edition. Mr. Tresslar looks over a dummy sheet. Nancy and Edwin discuss a senior feature. Our IBM systems 360, Model 1 B, The A.T.H.S. business and math departments each have a computer branch. In each of these two branches, the students are taught various computer languages taught includes RPG, COBOL, FORTRAN, and BASIC. The computer seems to take on a personality for each stu- dent, especially in the computer math classes, where on line programming is used. You might walk into one of the computer rooms and become involved in a discussion of the FORCE and the POWER: or you might see some poor student programmer pacing back and forth, hair messed up, gnawing on a pencil, and occasionally mumbling something to his fellow pro- grammer who is sitting at the terminal half buried in paper, going over a readout sheet about a mile long, madly scrib- bling something down, only to scratch it out a moment later!!! . . .NOT AN UNUSUAL SIGHT Computers are a way of today and the future, and thru all this madness TECH is training the people of tomorrow, today. The Tech Technical World Of Transfer student, Sharon Allen. Working Hard?? The Mode is connected to the ICOM . Mr. Jim Brown, Math Dept. Head Our " Greek Professor " of programming System 360— Fading generation of computer. Computers ' ff ' tiii jjffS Y SPDKTS 23 ! ! Regional Basketball Champs 78 Regional Basketball Champs Coach Cline ' s 1 977-78 Titans have carried on Tech ' s tradition for winning. The Titans avenged an earlier loss to Broad Ripple in the sectional opener 90-75, put a stop to North Central 68-61 and Cathedral in the sectional championship game 62-59. After capturing their 19th sectional championship, the Titans played with deter- mination and skill 59-55 despite much apposition. Ben Davis was next on the Titans list. They defeated Ben Davis in the final game 62-61 to capture the Regional championship. Landon Turner potted a team high of 24 points for Tech, including 15 in the fourth quarter. Forward Paul Allen got 12 as did Jimmy Davis. Eric Greene scored four points and helped Landon with 1 2 rebounds. Tech went on to win the first game of the semistate against Columbus East. They lost in the final game to Muncie Central by a very close score. Roster 77-78 Landon Turner Anthony Boyd Brent Fields Tim Thomas Paul McMichael Jackie Thomas Jimmy Davis Armond Patterson Paul Allen Eric Greene Avery Johnson Buddy Quarles Ernie Cline (coach) ( 30 Sports 78-79 32 " " " " W Boy ' s Varsity Track 1978 Scores of all scheduled contests Tech 116 Attucks 7 Tech 104 Southport 23 Tech 92 Perry Meridian 30 Tech 102 Kokomo 25 Tech 86 Shortridge 40 Tech 103 Washington 24 Won 6 LostO Other events: North Central Relays— 2nd Gary Invitational — 4th Tech Invitational — 2nd City— 1st Sectional — 2nd Outstanding Achievements: City Champions Rated 5th in state in poll Undefeated in dual meets Team Roster Herb Alstun Dwayne Tinsley Andrae McCallister Ha rold Simmons Anthony Kendrick William Graves Mike Ray Frank Beard Fred Beard Dale Henderson James Miller Mike Shelton Melvin Washington Greg Rainy Gary Miller Terry Pritchard Antonio Rudolph Dennis Mcguire John Roberts Sports GIRLS TRACK The girls track team ot 1978 ended their season with a tremendous 12-1 record. This was the girls third con- secutive year to win the city and sec- tional championships. The girls were also regional champions this year as they set a new record in the 880 relay event. The record setting team con- sisted of Dalphia LaLand, Wanda Smith, Shelby Smith, and Denyse Walker. In state competition, the young ladies made an excellent show- ing as they placed third. Dalphia LaLand finished second in the state in the hurdles as Wanda Smith placed fourth in the 440 relay. Others who placed were Leslie Greene who placed fourth in the state in the shotput event, while Dalphia LaLand, Wanda Smith, Shelby Smith, and Debra Arnett participated in the med- ley relay. Girls Track Stars Kim Smith warms up for the meet. Team Roster Varsity Miranda Bryant Jonita Coleman Shelby Smith Debra Arnett Donita Brown Linda Dowdy Chirman Frye Denyse Walker Dalphia LaLand Wanda Smith Leslie Greene Reserve Teresa Alexander Kim Gardner Linda Gibson Monique Harwell Brenda Marsh Donnie Sims Patrice Stowers Freshman Mary Holmes Lyn Stephenson Tracie Rainey Shannon Quash Otha Spain Venessa Williams Wanda Smith breaks the string and defeats Attucks. 36 Shelby Smith and Denice Walker; part of a team of champions. Linda Dowdy and Dalphia La Land; two of the BEST! Miranaa Bryant ou The 1978 Titan baseball team held many fine athletes, and along with all theirjstrenuous efforts, compiled a 4 wins, 1 1 loss record. One of the outstanding players on the team was senior Gaylon McKrnney. Playing at first base, he was regarded as one of the top field- ers in the area. Another fine player on the team was senior Leonza (Buddy) Quarles, an outstanding pitcher who pitched one of the few no-hit, no-runs games in Tech ' s history. Voted most valuable player this year was junior catcher, Terrence Chaney. TECH 7 Howe 3 4 Washington 8 7 Marshall 5 2 Perry Meridian 3 North Central 11 3 Southport 6 3 Kokomo 13 14 Wood 2 Roncalli 13 5 Cathedral 15 10 Arlington 11 (City Tourney) 7 Scecina 3 2 Shortridge 1 Broad Ripple 14 4 Washington 14 1 Scecina 5 (Sectional) Varsity Baseball 78 Balgirls-— Beth Weber, Marilyn Lucas Kneeling — Dicky Briles mgr., Tracy Jackson, James Anderson, Joe Matheny, Tom Curry Standing — Ernie Cline coach, Ronnie May, Gaylon McKinney, Buddy Quarles, Fred Williamson, Terrance Chaney, Jan Rhoades, Steve Fernandez, Don Holland, Mike Click, Ivan Moreman coach 38 Reserve Baseball 78 Front Row; Mgr. Mark Driskell, Art Ingle, George Lewis, Tim Curry, Ray Bluitt, Bobby Haney, Roger Wilson, Mgr. Leon Wash. Row 2 Matt Viles Bill Carlson Don Gowdy, Jim Godsey, Mark Morris, Mark Sherrell, Rick Bell, Dave Benedict, James Rent, Coach Dave George. Bobby Haney makes a catch with Don Gowdy waicnmg. !i : - " 1; . ri Rickey Bell scores just ahead of the tag. _ ii RESERVE BASEBALL 1978 Tech lO.Washinglon 6 7,Scec.na 3 3. Marshall 12 O.PerryM 12 O.SojIhporl 20 S.Roncalli 9 The 1978 Reserve baseball team was only partially successful last spring with a 3 wins 5 loss record. With all the rain we had last season the reserves as a team only practiced outside 4 times at the most, and were rained out of 8 other scheduled games. Their record could have been 4 and 4 but they lost a hard fought game in the last inning to Roncalli. Mark Morris delivers a pitch. Freshmen Live Short Spring Because of a very wet season, the frosh only were able to play 6 games of which all were lost. Top hitters were Ray Bluitt, Bob Haney, Jeff Rhoades, and Dave Bene- dict. The two frosh pitchers were Bluitt and Rod Jackson. These five players and Steve Harris are potential Varsity players. Frosh Baseball 78 Kneeling (1st row) Rod Jackson, Bob Haney, Lawrence Harris, Ray Bluitt, Darrell Burrus, John Anderson, manager Leon Wash Back Row Steve Harris, Don Gowdy, George Lewis, Eric James, Paul Moore, David Benedict, Dean Griffin, Coach Dave George. Not pictured Jack Smith, and Scott Middleton Tech Creston 12 3 Marshall 10 Manual 10 Perry Meridian 17 4 Howe 12 3 Southport 10 40 Girls Volleyball Team MO . 8 ■ ' 4 ' c i Front Row: Tracey Daniels, Sue Carson, Dorothy Maxwell, Tonya Claspell, Wanda Smith. Back Row: Maruerite Rudolph, Sherese Walker Lynn McElroy Mallnda King, Stacey Greene. Varsity Scores Ritter 15-9, 15-8 Southport 14-16, 11-15 Lawrence 1 1-15, 8-15 Broad Ripple 15-4, 12-15, 15-5 Cathedral 7-15, 12-15 Attucks 11-15, 15-8, 11-15 Arlington 15-10, 11-15, 11-15 Scecina 3-15, 14-16 Washington 15-8, 15-8 Marshall 6-15, 9-15 Manual 15-13, 13-15, 15-13 Howe 16-4,41-5, 7-15 Northwest 15-8, 13-11 Shortridge 15-1 1,9-15, 13-15 Franklin Central 7-15, 8-15 Warren 5-15, 13-11,7-15 Chatard4-15, 3-15 Daisy Members, Selina Gilmore, Tern Arrington, Debra Quarles, Deibre Batts, Roberta Ray, Laressia Brmkley, Yvette Sanders, Stacey Jackson, Loren Anderson, Patricia Rent, Juanita Grant, Brenda Marsh. Reserve Scores Ritter 15-6, 15-10 Southport 1 5-6, 15-11 Lavk ' rence Cent. 7-15, 13-15 Broad Ripple 15-12,4-15, 15-4 Cathedral 7- 15, 12-15 Attucks 16- 14, 16-18, 15-6 Arlington 15-10, 1 1-15, 15-1 1 Scecina 15-3, 12-15, 10-15 Washington 17-15, 7-15, 13-15 Marshall 5-15, 15-7, 13-15 Manual 15-6,8-15, 15-8 Howe 12-15, 15-12, 13-15 Northwest 8- 15, 15-4, 15-1 Chatard 12-15, 15-13, 1 1-15 Sports ' ' . V ( ■ ' v . ■Y. ' ? 42 Swimmers Stroke Hard Row 1: Pam Ireland, Mary Bruder, Nancy Romero, Robin Leisring. Row 2: Row Weininger, Bobby Poteet, Larry Robey, Chris Poteet, Billy Joliff, Barry Young, Chris Davis. Row 3: Coach William Farrell, Chuck Fairchild, Kenny Swallers, Christian Jones, Marty Corpuz, George Foltz, John Hall. Row 4: Damon Tinsley, Paul Allen, Paul Mahern, Bill Carlson, Rowland Jenkins. Damon Tinsley looks at what ' s coming. Chris Davis takes off in another relay. Swimmers Take City Titan ' s swimmers in their second season under coach William Farrell took the city title over Marshall by a score of 314-268. Arlington was third with 184. Picked as the most valuable swim- mer this year was Roger DeBruler. Other fine swimmers on the team were Larry Robey, Roland Jenkins and Chris Jones. For the girls, Pam Ireland made a fine show placing 1 0th in the girls sec- tional. Tech 116 Howe 51 118 Arlington 50 129 Washington 43 96 Marshall 73 92 Sheridan 78 65 Beech Grove 101 49 Decatur Central 122 60 Franklin Central 109 68 Plainfield 108 11 Indian Creek 112 Howe 55 118 Washington 53 66 Hamilton S.E. 106 Row 1 : Steve Fernandez, Ken Porter, Tim Townsend, Tom Goings Row 2: Terrance Chaney, Chris Poteet, Martin Jones, Ron May, Harry Fox, Coach: John Robinson Not Pictured: Mark Spencer, Mark Tollver, Eric James Boys Tennis — Titans Coached by Mr. Don Robinson, Tech ' s Boys ' Tennis Team finished the season with an eleven and four record. Returning letterman and promising rookies worked for an out- standing team. Major award winners for this year were Terrance Chaney, Harry Fox, Martin Jones, James Van Horn, Chris Poteet, Mark Spencer, Eric James, and Tim Townzen. Terrance Chaney was named this season ' s most valua- ble player. Tech 3 Warren Central 2 Tech 4 Ritter 1 Tech 4 Shortridge 1 Tech 3 Cathedral 2 Tech 4 Arlington 1 Tech 5 North West Tech 4 Broad Ripple 1 Tech 2 Howe 3 Tech 3 Attucks 2 Tech 1 Marshall 4 Tech 4 Scecina 1 Tech 3 Manual 2 Tech 2 New Palestine 3 Tech 4 White Land 1 Tech Perry Meridian 5 Junior player Steve Fernandez shows oft his style. Kneeling: Anita Wilburn, Monica Brooks, Carol James. Standing: Coach Bea Harding, Kate Taube, Phyllis Kriner, Erin Masters, Lyn McElroy, Tina Stewart, and Assistant Coach Miss Dorothy McCullough ♦ .♦■. ' » . «« (kit L A .ff Girls Tennis has become more pop- ular this past season. With nearly every high school in our area building their nucleus for each individual team. Tech is no different. Coach Bea Har- ding started with 13 girls losing 5 dur- ing the season. The line up was changed from 5 singles and 2 doubles to 3 singles and 2 doubles, giving the coach 2 extra players. The girls fin- ished with a 4-6 season. TECH VS: Our Lady of Grace 3-2 Scecina 3-2 Wood 5-0 Attucks 3-2 Manual 5-0 Chatard 50 Shortridge 3-2 Lawrence 6-1 Southport 5-0 Marshall 4-1 Won 4 Lost 6 12th in City Tournament MVP Anita Wilburn No. of participants: Start 1 3 End 8 J ' Lj Varsity Cross-Country Varsity Cross Country Row 1 : Barry Napier, Russell Tollver, Syraliegh Coleman, Alfred Officer, Row 2: Jay Kleine, Ass ' t Coach, Dewayne Tinsley, Greg Rainey, Steve Manis, Bruce McGeath, Coach. Freshman-Reserve Team Row 1: Bryan Allen, Connie Sims, Linda Gibson, Juanita Coleman, Mark Demmary, Row 2: Bruce McGeath, Coach, Robert Barnett, Johnny Hutson, Don Brady, Ben Vorhees, Thomas Emery, Jay Kleine, Ass ' t Coach, Gale Beasley. CROSS COUNTRY Varsity 1 978 Scores of scheduled contests — Ben Davis 27, Tech 30, Washington forfeit Southport21,Tech36 Howe 35, Tech 43, Lawrence Central 46 Manual 28, Tech 31 Tech 18, Crispus Attucks 48, Arlington no score Tech 19, Northwest 36 Chatard 23, Tech 45, Law. North 66, Arlington 102 Won 7, Lost 5 Other Events — Washington Invitational — 1 1 th out of 22 teams Tech Invitational — 2nd out of 8 teams Columbus Invitational — 6th out of 1 2 teams Sectional — 1 0th out of 25 teams Overall record including Invitational results — won 54, lost 34 Outstanding achievements — Winning season No. of participants Start 23, End 1 8 Coach: Bruce McGeath Cross-Country V S, — CROSSCOUNTRY— Reserve 1978 Scores of scheduled contests — Ben Davis 1 5, Tech 44, Washington forfeit Southport 16, Tech 40 Manual 19, Tech 28 Northwest 27, Tech 28 Chatard 1 6, Tech 44, Law. No. no score Won 2, Lost 5 Coach Bruce McGeath A quick check behind and he ' s ott 4k Come on girls, let ' s move MMMaMlii They are off to a fast start Titan girls are ready at the gym C i • ' ' « « » , . Dwayne Tinsley shows winning style Varsity Reserve Titans strive to win e 49 I Varsity Sweeps Homecoming 78 Row 1 : Ben Sarver, Robert Wilson, Steve Guynn, John Sponsel, Dane Griffin, Kevin Edwards, Antonio Rudolp, Fred Williamson, William Trady Jr., Greg Leach, Dewayne Sims, Aaron Robinson, David Bostic Row 2: Ronald Golden, James Miller, Greg Mason, Anthony Ellis, Ron Johnson, Terry Mason, Jerard Lorick, Ron ! Robinson, Isadore Cosby, James Rent, Darryl Anderson Row 3: Frank Smith, Sherman King, David Anderson, Ricky Bell, Darryl Burrls, James Wright, Danny Quintana, Bill Harding, Joe Harding Row 4: Jeff Williams, Vesa TuomI, James West, Steve Brown, Jeff Davis, James Major, Donald Bartom, Joe Williams, Westal Phelps Row 5: Roger Wilson, John Lawrence, Dean Griffin, Tom Lawrence, Mark Glover, Ronald Tresslar Row 6: Trainer: John Hall, Coach Ed McDowell, Tracy Wilson, Darryl Kechaver, Ronald Govan, Mike Cushingberry, Kermit Mays, Coach: Al Moore, Head Coach: Robert Woodard i This year ' s Varsity Football team went to a 3-7 season under the leadership of coach Robert Woodard. This year ' s most valuable player was Robert Wilson who also won a spe- cial trophy for his contribution to the team. The most valuable offensive lineman was James Rent, Robert Wilson was the most valuable offensive back, Benny Sarver was the most valuable defensive lineman, Jerard Lor- ick was the most valuable defensive back, and Mark Glover was the most valuable improved underclassman. Tech 20 Broad Ripple 12 Tech Marshall 35 Tech Manual 19 Tech 6 Cathedral 40 Tech Shortridge 19 Tech 14 Attucks Tech 19 Bitter 6 (Homecoming) Tech 20 Scecina 27 Tech 6 Chatard 14 Tech 7 North Central 39 50 Reserve Football Roster Reserve Football Don Barton Isadore Cosby Mike Cushingberry Geoffery Davis Ron Golden Dean Griffin Bill Harding Joe Harding Darnell Keckhaver John Lawrence Martin Majors Westal Phelps Denny Pierce — Manager RonTrussler Jeff West Joe Williams Frankie Woods James Wright Reserve Football Freshman received certificate John Adams Mark Anderson James Bell — Scoring leaders Co- captain Anthony Bellamy Lewis Bonds Wayne Booker Johnny Carr Clarence Carter Tomas Cloud Warner Colyer Robert Dotson Robert Fox — Co-captain Jerry Frost Ed Grady Fred Green Earl Griffin — Co-captain Desmond Hall Ray ingran Curtis Jaskiewiez Harold Johnson Jeff Long Kevin McDuffie Norman McKay Rodney Mills Frank Moore Regen Moore Jesse Nealy Keith Peacher Robert Poteet Frank Poventud Calvin Robinson Vincent Robinson Milton Stewart David Stigger Larry Thompson Reginald Turner William Wand Joseph Wilson Earnest Young ■■ ' .r- r r T -V ' t 1 Z;n I t " T 1 I r I f w »»:-« T f 1 -1 m m ■« ■ - -a ■ 1 4 ■ 1 f 1 1 1 1 — - 1 1 1 1 " .1 ' ' ■ ' I Row 1 Dennis Allensworth, Brent Fields, Darryl Roberson, Brian Johnson, Lamont Patterson, Row 2 Dave George, Mark Sherril, Eric Greene, Jerrard Lorrick, Paul Allen, Mr. Edward McDowell, Row 3 Mr. John Hall, Kent Looper, Austin Locket, Mr. Ernest Klien, Mr. Howard Catt. Up up and away Paul (superman) Allen Lamont Patterson is giving the hornets a big sting. 54 Kent Loop er makes the Titans proud. Row 1 G. Lewis, R. Bloitt, D. Gowdy, M. Glover, Row 2 J. Wright, T. Reed, D. Shields, M. Lewis, D. Price, Row 3 J. Hail Trainer, G. Mason, M. Jones, E. McDowell Coach. Freshman Basketball Roster Freshman Basketball Lewis Bonos Kevin Easly Jesse Evans Kevin Keller Jeff Long Leroy McCallister Tony Mitchell Johnnie Robinson Scottie Rush Erwin Shields Eric Simmions Barry Williams Girls ' Varsity Basketball Team Front Row; Canandra Goodall, Janice Kennedy, Wanda Turner, Trlna Avery, Laressia Brinkley. Back Row; Assistant Coach, Teresa Williams, Head Coach, Susan Jahnke, Stacey Greene, Sue Carson, Sherese Walker, Karen Woodard, Miranda Bryant, Brenda Marsh, Girls ' Sports Coordinator, Shirley Parrot. Season Scores Tech Opponent Attacks 47 31 North Central 40 50 Scecina 70 35 Warren Central 42 47 Ben Davis 48 46 Southport 52 54 Washington 56 61 Marshall 64 29 Arlington 64 39 Cathedral 73 23 Broad Ripple 67 47 Perry Meridian 52 67 Manual 66 53 Shortridge 66 25 City Manual 51 34 Roncalli 58 55 Chatard 45 39 Washington 42 30 Sectional Northwest 53 47 Attucks 46 45 Scecina 76 61 Regional North Central 35 48 Goodall, Good all the V vay. Q v ' ■|;- ' i J M r Z isi ' t !»is. 9 kV StiSBBm Bryant gets the tip for the Titans. The 1978-79 Girls ' Basketball Team started off their season with a 47-31 victory over Attucks and finished with a 66-25 victory over Shortridge. Dur- ing those wins, they accumulated a 13-5 record and the title as City Champs for the third year in a row. This year ' s team was a young one: consisting of two freshmen, six sopho- mores, and four seniors. The young- ness of the team did not stop them from going into the sectionals and coming out winners, as they have done for the past four years. 58 Scores Tech Opponent Attacks 31 3 N. Central 15 22 Scecina 37 22 W. Central 18 23 Ben Davis 37 40 Southport 31 29 Shortridge 37 17 Washington 24 22 Marshall 22 29 Arlington 22 15 Cathedral 32 11 Broad Ripple 33 29 Perry Meridian 31 32 Manual 32 19 City Scores: Roncalli 28 13 Chatard 34 17 Howe 33 17 Attucks 20 21 Quarles, Up for two. Gibson on the drive. There is another part of sports that doesn ' t get enough recognition. It ' s the building part; which simply means, building up for Varsity. The Reserve Girls ' Basketball Team is just that. The young Titans work just as hard and with great determination so they, too, can play on that all famous " Varsity Team. " The reserve team of 1978-79 had a winning season of 12-6, including the City Tourney, in which they were runners up, losing by only one point in the final game. This type of playing and ability assures us that our Titan Teams of the future will be as tough and energetic as those in the past. B t b a I Front Row: Debra Quarles, Pauline Maxey, Debra Turner Linda Gibson, Kim Golllday, Stephanie Sutton. Back Row: Necole West, Natalie Gore, Lydia Bell, Kathy Reed. Not shown. Coach ' ; eresa Williams. Individual Records Lbs. 98 Gregory Levell 30- 1 State 2nd 105 Russ Toliver 22-4-1 State 2nd 1 1 2 Stanley Graves 27-5 State 4th 119 Ronald Govan 3-7 126 Isadora Cosby 7-11 132 Dean Allen 10-12 138 Joe Williams 5-7 1 45 Gerald Fowlkes 30- 1 State 3rd 155BennieSarver 16-8 1 67 Tom Lawerance 10-10 177 Steve Guynn 22-1 185Anthony Ellis 12-8 H Nt KermitMays9-10 Team Scores Tech 33 Roncalli 26 64 Broad Ripple 3 52 Cathedral 20 36 Chatard 27 32 Arlington 27 47 Manual 21 26 Perry Meridian 35 52 Marshall 12 61 Washington 9 34 North Central 28 17 Warren Central 41 69 Lawerance 3 63 Crispus Attacks 6 38 Ben Davis 26 City 1st 130pts. Carmel Invit. 3rd. 124pts. Sectional 2nd Regional 2nd Semi State 1 St State 1 St 60 Edward Grady looks for a possible takedown against his opponent from Manual Robert Fox works for the take-down Front Row; Danny Quintana, Scott Middleton, John Crawford, Ronald Govan, Kevin Tucker, Gonzales Hiilman, E. B. Back Row; Cc Joe Williams. Bac Row; ' Coach Francis Knue, Curt Jackiewdtz, Kenneth Poindexter, Donald Barton, Tracy Wilson, 62 Front Row— Robert Kelley, Kevin McDuffie, Robert Dotson, Oscar Johnson, Bryan Allen Ed Gradv Dwayne Toliver, David Stigger. Back Row— Coach Jim Scahill, Curt Jaskiwetz, James Heard Robert Fox, Kip Glasco, Wayne Booker, Warner Colyer, Darryl Leach, and Frank Poventude Team Roster 90 lbs. Dwayne Toliver 98 lbs. David Stigger 105 lbs. Bryan Allen 112 lbs. Jerry Frost 119 lbs. Darryl Leach 126 lbs. Robert Dotson 132 lbs. Oscar Johnson 138 lbs. Kevin McDuffie 145 lbs. Kip Glasco 155 lbs. Ed Grady 167 lbs. Wayne Booker 177 lbs. James Heard 185 lbs. Robert Fox Hwt Curt Jaskiwetz Oscar Johnson Works For the Fall. Robert Fox Lifts his Manual Opponent From the Mat. State Champions 64 Wrestling Wrestling tn t; 2£ ' ' ' Football SEllErVS 1E7E First Row; Frankie Pinkston, Jack Brown, Diane Long, Mike Keough, Hollis Evans, Not pictured Duane Williams. Second Row: Danny Hodges, Anthony Warfeild, Marylin Lucas, Kent Smitin, Nancy Davis, Monique Harwell. Third Row: Nancy Sutton, sponsor, Robin Urban, Saron Maye, Debbie Adam, Marlyn Journey, Paulette Dough, Leila Smith. Fourth Row: Gary Davis, Loretta Washington, Antonio Rudolph, Julie Moore, Paula Kriner, Willie Bush. Antonio Rudolph, Sharon Maye, Kent Smith, Frankie Pinkston. ' 79 She aims . , . she shoots . The Senior Council is composed of the Senior Officers of five roll rooms. The Senior Officers are elected from the Senior Council by members of the Senior class, after a campaign. This year ' s Senior Officers are: Frankie Pinkston, President; Kent Smith, Vice-President; Antonio Rudolph, Treasurer; and Sharon Maye, Secretary. . does she make it?! e n I Nancy Sutton Judith McBride Mary Penrod John Kanouse Lou Mann H o n o r Honor day is when the seniors of 1979 receive their honor sweaters for their grade point average. The averages must be an accumula- tion of 7.0 or better out of the possible 8.0 for three years. Congratulations go out to the nine- teen seniors that received their sweat- ers for maintaining this high grade point average during their high school career. We ' re proud of you. s w e a t e r Row 1 Jack Brown, Jackie Bender, Nancy Dobis, Alta Scott, Nguyen Oaotion, Anthony Warfield. Row 2 Alana Howe, Kathie Hong, Diana Evans, Karen Riggin, Donna Jones, Anita Wilburn. Row 3 Tim Donahue, Sue Carson, Kim Gardner, William Stiffler, Duane Williams, Paula Kriner, Caren Stinger, Not Shown— Tom Spearman Congratulations » -» • ' .i»k ' V ♦. 1 Row 1 : Debra J. Adams Leah F. Arterberry, Charles F. Bear, Jr., Jacqueline Bender, Diahanna F. Brown, Jack F. Brown, Ruth E. Brown, Connie S. Carson, Tonya L. Childers LorettaCoggins Edward Cushmgberry, Dwight Daniel, Nguyen Daotien, Nancy L. Davis, Wanda K. Davis, Anita L. Denkins, Mary Dickerson, Paulette Y. Duff Diana L tvans, Holhs A. Evans, Ramona C. Guerin, Stephen Guynn, Kim E. Gardner, Beverly I. Garrett, Row 2: Debra M. Harris, Denny L. Holt, Katherine J. Hong, Alanna S Howe Marilyn J Journey, Janice F. Kennedy, Michael W. Keough, Paula F. Kriner, Dalphia A. LaLand, Marilyn D. Lucas, Michele L. Mahurin, Edwin Marshall, Sharon D Mays ' Rebecca S.Messer, Amy E. Michael, Dana L, Myers, Laura L. Myers,Brian K. Osborn, Gaylan Owens, Angela M. Piety, Frankie Pinkston, Christopher Poteet, Row 3- Jan Hhoads, Bridget A. Reeves, Karen Riggms, Alta Scott, Donna Shaffer, Michael D. Shelton, Janice M. Smith, Thomas R. Spearman, William Stiffler, Caren R Stinger Joann L Teppe, Janice Trotter, Kathy Upchruch, Anthony Warf leld, David P. Whitney, Anita Wilburn, John Wilkerson, Duane Williams, NOT PICTURED- Robbin S Randall The Legion is a senior honor society. Students are chosen for membership on the basis of merits accumulated during their high school career. The ten per- cent of the senior class with the greatest number of merits are elected to this society. Merits are given on the basis of leadership, personality, and integrity. The boy and girl v ith the greatest number of merits are elected as Co-captains. The next four with the greatest mer- its are elected as commanders. Row 1: Amy Michael, Duane Williams, Katherine Hong, Co-Commanders, Row 2: Jack Brown, Charles Bear, Frankie F nkston, Ruth Brown, Diana Evans, Anthony Warfield, Mary Dickerson, Captains. Tech Legion 9 Andrew Adams Debi Adam Marlene Adams Andrea Alexander Tony Alexander I Dean Allen i k K Samuel Allen Alicha Anderson Anthony Ardizzone Barbara Aron Leah Arterberry Christina Aubrey Lisa Austin .Bmi ' Marcus Avery Quentin Avery Barbara Bacon Janice Bacon Pamela Baker Chris Bartley Daniel Barton Beth Bauerle Robert Baugh Charles Bear Michael Beck Dametrice Bell Big Bad Seniors Bernadette Bellamy Jacqueline Bender Ivan Benson JeffBlackwell Charles Blanchard Sheila Bloomer Teresa Boggs Henry Boyd Pat Brady Becky Bray Vickie Brewer 72 f 1 I r (iS= Nita Bright Vania Brlnkley Regina Brooks Debora Brown Diahanna Brown Glenda Brown Jack Brown Mary Campbell Cynthia Cannon Ronald Cannon Jennifer Cardis William Carlson Brenda Carruthers Sue Carson Dwayne Carter Lesley Cartwright Terrence Chaney Wanda Cheatham EricClanton Lawson Clark JetlClellan Timothy Clem Betty Cline Loretta Coggins William Colbert Brenda Cole Steve Cole Deborah Collins 1 Larry Collins Tina Cooper Tom Curry Edward Cushingberry Belinda Dale Nguyen Daotien Terri Dartis Ginny Davis M Wanda Davis Danny DeBurger Anita Denkins Mary Dickerson Tim Donahue Debbie Dove LaJane Essett Diana Evans Hollis Evans Sandra Evans Brent Fields Alice Fletcher ijl !» ' ' ' Sberri Folson Thomas Fowlkes Harry Fox Lois Fritter Tanya Fugate Mary Fuller 74 f K,m Gardner Beverly Garrett ChnsGartrell Unda Gerhar, Br,ce Gilbert W,ll,amGoodall GayleGowdy f K ' :i iS -- Stanley Graves Alhsm Grayson Donna Grayson Carmen Green Janeen Green Robbie Green William Green f) 9 Yolanda Green Enc Greene Reese Greer Sherry Gregory Dane Griffin Ramona Guerin Stephen Guynn Jenny Hacker Tracy Hall Theresa Hamilton Phyllis Hampton Angela Hardiman Pete Harlow Debra Harris Sherry Harris Sherry Hart Monique Harwell Michael Hawkins Cynthia Hayden Darren Head W " Connie Helms Jennifer Henderson Connie Hendrickson Bruce Herring Winfred Herron Eric Hibbier Diana Hicks U - A Darryl Howard Alanna Howe Michael Hughes Michelle Hughes Pam Humphrey Anette Hunter Joyce Hunter Geneva James Regina Jefferson Patti Jolllffe Caria Jones KImberly Kaelin Betsy Kavanaugh Melinda Keilor Cecilia Kendall Janice Kennedy Michael Keough Nancy Kirby Paula Kriner Tom Kubiak Kenneth Landrum ■» ' ■— wv Robert Large Treva Lloyd DeWayne Lockridge Robert Logston Diane Long Kelly Long Sally Long Margaret Lunn John Lorick Kent Looper Anita Lowery Marilyn Lucas Michele Mahurin Michelle Ma|or IT Berry Mallory Michelle Manny Addie Manuel Sandra Marsh Edwin Marshall Barbara Martin Elizabeth Martin Michael Mason ' •■i Dorothy Maxwell Ronald May Sharon Maye Tern McClung Donna McCreary Debbie McDougall Lyn McElroy Linda McFarland Ann McGuire Vicky Mclntyre Cheryl McNary Steve McNar f : w Ribecca Messer Betty Pinkslon Frankie Pinkston Brenda Pittman Chiquita Pittman Nikki Pitts Joe Poling Tim Pontis ir?i Penny Poston Brian Proctor Teresa Pryor Andamo Purvis Lisa Quakenbush Reedth Randolph Bridgette Reed Julie Reynolds 1 JanRhoads Geraldine Rice Kim Richardson Karen Riggen Thomas Robertson Aaron Robinson Robert Robinson flf-f Terry Robinson Virginia Rogers Lisa Rollin Anthony Rowe Antonio Rudolph Donald Russell Ben Sarver Landia Secrest Donna Shatter Sadorlee Shaw Michael Shelton Theresa Sherwood Bill Shinnamon Phyllis Shotwell Elizabeth Shupinsky Danette Sims Dewayne Sims .f m f=1 ' ■ 5 a 1 i Marsha Sims PamSmiddy Johanathan Smith Katharine Smith Kent Smith KimSmiti--! i .■5!ieSnii!h Oi Ai Timothy Smith Walter Smith Wanda Smith Theresa Stanback Gloria Stewart Bill Stiftler Caren Stinger Amy Storms Patrice Stowers William Streeval JeffStroude Rebeca Surenkamp William Tardy RubyTatum Greg Tom MicheleTraylor Debbie Troxail Fred Trulock Rick Tucher Becky Tucker Patricia Tunstall Annette Twyman Clementa Tyler Carl Tyer Kathy Upcurch Robin Urban James VanHorn Barbara Veal Debra Wallace Janice Walls Jan Ware Anthony Warf leld Loretta Washington Melvin Washington Rondell Weathers Linda West Darrell Wetzel Brian White Trudy White Anita Wilburn EricWildrick John Wilkerson y fe u Duane Williams Kimberley Williams Stella Williams Tammie Williams Fred Williamson Percival Woods ' 79 Is So Thelma Woods Donna Wooten Brenda Wright Richard Wright Pull 648 tried but couldn ' t do it! Pull ' em on the other side of town. The senior class of 79 has a lot of pull, in Tug-of-war that is, The Roll Room with the most pull is 701 . It was a tough battle between the six roll rooms even though 701 took a strong lead in the beginning. After two days of elimination and one day of finals, 701 emerged victori- ous. With anchor man David Bostic, 701 had a very slim chance of losing! 82 ADAM, DEBRA: English, Social Studies, Busi ness Ed., Math, Fr.Res. Var. Cheerieader, Jun- ior Council, Senior Council, Secretary — Roll Room 70 1 , DECA, Concert Club ADAMS, ANDREW: English, Auto Body, Social Studies, Business Ed., VICA Club, Messenger ADAMS, MARLENE: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Home Ec, Bell Choir, lOL, OEA ALEXANDER, ANDREA: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, P.E. Health, Math, Cheerblock ALEXANDER, ANTHONY: English, Offset, Social Studies, Business Ed., Football, ICT, Senior Activity ALEXANDER, RANDALL: English, Foundry, Math, Social Studies, Senior Activities, Track, ICT ALLEN, DEAN: English, Cabinet Mk., Social Studies, Art, DECA, Homecoming Float Comm., Wrestling Team ALLEN, ELAINE: English, Business Ed., Span- ish, Math ALLEN, PAUL: English, Accounting, Math, Social Studies, FCA Club, Basketball ALLEN, SAMUEL: English, Foods, Social Stud ALLENSWORTH, DENNIS: English, Social Stud- ies, Printing, Math, Basketball, FCA ALLSEITS, EVAN: English, Social Studies, Industrial Arts, Math, Science, Spring Fall Plays, Orchestra ALVIES, GILES: English, Printing, Social Stud- ies, Math, Football, Baseball ANDERSON, ALICHA: English, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed., Orchestra, String Ensem- ble, Reserve Cheerleader, Vice-President of Senior Roll Room, Senior Council, Bell Choir, SAO Representative, lOL, OEA ANDERSON, CHAUNCEY: English, Auto Mechanics, Math, Social Studies ANDERSON, LAMAR: English, Social Studies, Cabinet Mkg., Science APOSTOLAKES, KATHY: English, Shop, Social Studies, Math, Health P.E. AHDIZZONE, ANTHONY: English, Auto Body, Social Studies, Math, VICA Club ARON, BARBARA: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Business Ed. ARTERBERRY, LEAH: English, Math, Social Studies, Data Processing, SAO Representative, Yeartxxjk Salesman, Vocational Certificates — Data Processing and Accounting, Anthropology Qub ATKINS, SHIRLEY: English, Shop, Social Stud- ies, Math AUBREY, KRISTINA: English, Social Studies, Phys. Ed. Health, Business Ed., Roll Room Helper, Messenger, Senior Activities AUSTIN, LISA: English, Business Ed., Math, Soc ial Studies, Yearbook Salesman, COE, OEA AVERY, MARCUS: English, House Constr., Social Studies, Math, ICT AVERY, OUENTIN: English, Cabinet Mkg., Social Studies, Math BACON, JANICE: English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies, ROTC Drill Team BAKER, PAMELA: English, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies, COE BARKER, KEVIN: English, Air Conditioning, Math, Social Studies, ROTC, Concert CluB, DECA, ROTC Drill Team, Senior Activities BARTLEY, CHRISTOPHER: English, Social Stud- ies, Business Ed., Math, Engine Systems BARTON, DANIEL: English, Social Studies, Sci- ence, Phys. Ed. Health, Spanish Club, Senior Activities, Messenger BAUERLE, BETH: English, Art, Social Studies, Math BAUGH, ROBERT: English, Arch. Draft, Social Studies, Spanish, Spanish club, FLFFFF BINGHAM, BARBARA: English, Math, Home Ec, Social Studies BEACH, TAMMY: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Phys. Ed. Health BEAM, LOUIS: English, Machine Shop, Social Studies, Math, Science, Swim Asst., Stage Crew, Football, Senior Activities BEAR, CHARLES: English, Math, Social Studies, Data Processing, Stage Craft Club, ROTC, Oama Club, Youth Congress, Chemistry Phys- ics Club, Baseball Manager, Bowling Team, Yearbook BEASLEY, NORVIE: English, Social Studies, Masonry, Science BECK, MICHAEL: English, Social Studies, Math, Art BELL, DAMETRICE: English, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies, P.E. Health, Messenger BELL. PATRICA: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Home Ec. BELLAMY, BERNADETTE: English, Math, Busi ness Ed., Social Studies, Basketball, COE, Gym Assistant BENDER, JACQUELINE: English, Math, Social Studies, Science, Health P.E,, Basketball, Mu Alpha Theta Math Club, Marching Band, 1978 Hoosier Girls ' State, Human Relations Council, Horxsr Student, Senior Activities, Newspaper, FLFFFF BENEDICT, BOBBY: Shop, Social Studies, Eng- lish, Math BENNETT, DIANA: English, Social Studies, Sci- ence, Music, Techoir, All-State Choir BENSON, IVAN: English, Social Studies, Shop, Art, Sign Painting BERRY, GENA: English, Business Ed., Math Social Studies BIGELOW, JOSEPH: English, Social Studies, Math, Science, P.E. Health, Football, Track, SAO Representative, Senior Activities, Bowling Team, ICT, Gym Assistant BLACK, DON: Business Ed., English, Social Studies, Health P.E., SAO, Messenger, Senior Activities. BLACKWELU JEFFREY: English, Social Studies Math, Phys. Ed., Health, Shop, SAO Representa- tive, Bowling Team, Senior fuG-OF WAR, Year- book Salesman BLANE, MARKHAM: English, Social Studies Math, Phys. Ed., Health, Science BLEVINS, BILLIE: English, Business, Social Studies, Home Ec. BLOOMER, SHEILA: English, Business, Social Studies, Phys. Ed., Health BOCKOVER, CARL: English, Shop, Social Stud- ies, Math BOCKOVER, CYNTHIA: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Art BOGGS, TERESA: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Phys. Ed., Health, Girls Basketball, Track Manager, Senior Activities BOLTON, JAMES: English, Math, Art, Social Studies, Phys. Ed., Health BOLTON, JAMIE: English, Social Studies, Sci- ence, Business, Math BOMBOLEWICZ, MICHAEL: English, Social Studies, Art, Math BOOKER, LEONARD: English, Social Studies, Science, Shop BOSTIC, DAVID: English, Social Studies, Shop, Phys. Ed., Health, Football, Symphonic Band, Pep Band, Wrestling, Stage Club, Marching Band BOWLING, MICHAEL: English, Auto Mechanics, Math, Social Studies, Phys. Ed., Health BOXLEY, INDIA: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Phys. Ed., Health BOYD, HENRY: English, House Const., Social Studies, Math BRADLEY, ANGELIA: English, Social Studies, Business, Science BRADY, PAT: English, Art, Printing, Social Stud- ies, Science, Band, SAO BRALOCK, APRIL: English, Social Studies, Math, Business BRANTLEY, RHODA: English, Social Studies, Math, P.E. Health BREWER, VICKIE: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, P.E. Health, Chorus BRIDGEFORTH, DAVID: English, Foundry, Math, Social Studies BRIGHT, NITA: English, Social Studies, Data Processing, Math, Service Club, Messenger, Senior Activity BRINKLEY, VANIA: English, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies, Band, DECA, Marching Band, Cheerblock, Messenger BROBECK, KAREN: English, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed. BROOKS, REGINA: English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies BROWN, DIAHANNA: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Business Ed., Phys. Ed. Health, Qothing Style Fashion Show BROWN, DEBORA: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Math BROWN, DONALD: English, Machine Shop, Social Studies, Math BROWN, GLENDA: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Math, Newspaper and Yeartxx Sales- man BROWN, JACK: English, Social Studies, Math, President — Roll Room 701, Senior Council, Key Qub, Rugby Team, Hoosier Boys ' State, Foot- ball, Senior Activities, SAO Representative, DECA, Honor Sweater Recipient BROWN, RUTH: English, French, Music, Math, Social Studies, French Club, Drama Club, Speech Team, Techoir, Madrigals, ' 77- ' 78 Fall Play, NFL, Thespians, ' 78- ' 79 Musical, Band- Orchestra BROWNING, CHARLES: English, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed. BRUDER, MARY: English, Science, Math, Social Studies BRUNE, VICKI: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Science BRYANT, GREGORY: English, Printing, Social Studies, Math, SAO, German Club, Chess Club, Hiking Club BRYANT, ROESHELL: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Art BULL, NANCY: English, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies, P.E Health, Cheerleader, Sound of Music, OEA, lOU Bell Choir, Girls Con- cert Club, Gym Assistant BURGIN, TED: English, Social Studies, Math, Art, SAO, Baseball, Chess Club, Hiking Club, Anthropology Club BURKE, ROBIN: English, Social Studies, Math, Art BURKS, TONY: English, Shop, Math, Social Studies BURNS, DIANE: English, Clothing, Math, Social Studies BURRIS, KIMBERLY: English, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed. BURROUGHS, CHARLINE: English, Social Stud- ies, Math, An BURROUGHS, CHARLOTTE: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Math BURT, ROBIN: English, Math, Social Studies Science, OEA, Majorette, Cheerblock BUSH, ANGELA: English, Social Studies, Math, Art BUSH, STEVEN: English, Arch. Draft, Social Studies, Math, ROTC Drill Team BUSH, WILLIE: English, Math, Auto Mechanics, Social Studies, Spanish, Senior Council Mu Alpha Theta, National Youth Leadership, Roll Room 701 Treasurer, ICT, Senior Activities CALDWELL, KEVIN: English, Cabinet Mkg., Social Studies, P.E. Health, " Our Town " — Props, Wrestling, ICT CALHOON, STEPHEN: English, Business Ed. Social Studies, Math, DECA CALHOUN, DARLA: Business Ed., English, Social Studies, Latin CALLAHAN, CHARLIE: English, Electricity, Social Studies, Science CAMPBELL JAMES: English, Auto Mechanics, Social Studies, Science CANNON, CYNTHIA: English, Art, Math, Social Studies CANNON, RONALD: English, Math, Social Stud- ies, Phys. Ed. Health CARDIS, JENNIFER: English, Business Ed Social Studies, Phys. Ed. 4 Health CARLSON, WILLIAM: English, Math, Social Studies, P.E. Health, Engine Systems, Base ball. Football, Swimming, Quill Scroll CARROLL, RODNEY: English, Shop, Social Studies, Math CARRUTHERS, BRENDA: English, Social Stud les. Math, Business Ed., Girls Concert Club, Messenger CARRUTHERS, DARLENE: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Math CARSON, CONNIE SUE: English, Math, Busi- ness Ed., Social Studies, Baskettiall, Volleytjall, Homecoming Float Committee, Tug of War CARTER, DWAYNE: English, Radio TV, Social Studies, Math, YeartxxjR CARTER, GLORIA: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Business Ed., German Club CARTER, GREGORY: English, Social Studies, Business Ed., Phys. Ed. Health, Chess Club CARTWRIGHT, LESLIE: English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies CHADWELL, ANGIE: English, Social Studies, Math, Science CHANEY, TERRENCE: English, Math, Social Studies, Business Ed., SAO Representative, Baseball, Tennis, Senior Activities CHEATHAM, WANDA: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Math CHILDERS, TONYA: English, Spanish, Math, Social Studies, Business Ed., Spanish Club, FLFFFF, Intro-American Student Foundation to Mexico, OEA, Senior Activities CHILDS, EMMANUEL: English, Social Studies, Business Ed., Math CHILDS, SAMUEL: English, Social Studies, Math, P.E. Health CUNTON, ERIC: English, Foods, Social Stud- ies, Math CLARK, LAWSON: English, Radio TV, Social Studies, Math aELLAND, JEFFERY: English, Auto Mechanics, Social Studies, Business, bowling CLEM, TIM: English, Machine Draft, Social Stud- ies, Math, Bowlirig CLINE, BETTY: English, Business, Social Stud- COGGINS, LORETTA: English, Social Studies, Math, Business, Messenger, English Asst., Yeartxxjk, Newspaper, History Day Winner — 1978 COLE, STEPHEN: English, Auto Mechanics, Social Studies, Business, DECA COLEMAN, ELSA: English, Business, Social Studies, Math COLEMAN, WEST: English, Radio A TV, Social Studies, Math COLLINS, DEBORAH: English, Business, Sci- efKe, Social Studies COREEN, RENEE: Business, English, Math, Speech, DECA COOPER, KRISTINA: English, Home Ec, Busi- ness, Social Studies, Melodaryes, Techoir, OEA, COOPEfT TROY: English, Math, Arch. Draft, Social Studies COTTONGIM, DWAYNE: English, Engine Sys- tems, Social Studies, Math COUSIN, GINA: English, Business, Social Stud ies, Phys. Ed. Health COUSIN, MELVIN: English, Shop, Social Stud- ies, Math COUSINS, STELLA: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Math CRABTREE, ROBERT: English, Shop, Social Studies, Phys. Ed. Health, S ,0, Broadcasting, Makeup Man, Speech Team, Float Committee CRAWFORD, kAREN: English, Social Studies, Business Ed., Home Ec. CULP, MARK: English, Math, Social Studies, Phys. Ed. Health CURRY, THOMAS: English, Social Studies, Music, Math, Business, Bell Choir, Stage Sand, 83 Marching Band. Pep Band, Symphonic Band, Baseball, SAO, Concert Band CUSHINGBERRY, EDWARD: English, Data Proc- essing, Social Studies, Math, Varsity Foottiall, COE DALE, BELYNDA: English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies, Business, Cheerblock DANIEL DARREN; English, Auto Body, Social Studies, Phys. Ed. Health DANIEL, DWIGHT: English, Welding, Social Studies, Math, French DAOTIEN, NGUYEN: English, Math, French, Sci- ence, Social Studies DARTIS, TERRY: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Math DAULTON, CHRISTOPHER: English, Shop, Social Studies, Math DAVIS, GARY: English, Math, Photography, Social Studies, Yeartxwk, Senior Council, 702 Treasurer, Photo-Hiking Club, Photo Editor Yearbook, Ouill Scroll DAVIS, NANCY: English, Math, Social Studies, Spanish, Science, Spanish Club, Senior Roat Committee, SAO, Marching Band Majorette, 702 Vice-President Senior Council, OEA DAVIS, RANDALL: English, Art, Social Studies, Math DAVIS, THERESA: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Math DAVIS, VIRGINIA: English, Social Studies, P.E. Health, Business DAVIS, WANDA: English, Math, Social Studies, Business, COE DAY, LORRAINE: English, Social Studies, Math, Science DEBURGER, DANNY: English, Arch. Draft, Math, Social Studies, Hiking Ptwitography Oub, Drama Club, Yearbook, SAO, Float Comm. DENKINS, ANITA: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Spanish, Math, Techoir, Marching Band, Spanish Club, Hun n Relations Council. Girls ' Ensemble, Symphonic Band, Orchestra, Honor Roll, Concert Club, Cannon Yearbook Agent. dTcKERSON, MARY: English, Math, Home Ec, Social Studies, German, Girls Concert Club, Techoir, German Club, German Semester Award, Cannon Agent DOLLOHAN, TAMMIE: English, Business, Math, Social Studies, DECA DONAHUE, TIM: English, Math, Social Studies, German, Senior Academic Sweater Winner, Ger- man Semester Award, Math Semester Award, Honor Roll Student DOVE, DEBORA: English, Social Studies, Phys. Ed. Health, Home Ec DOWDY, LINDA: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Business, OEA, Cheert lock, Girls Track DUFF, PAULETTE: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Home Ec, Senior Council, DECA DUNLAP, TERRY: English, Social Studies, P.E. Health, Business DURNIL, DEBRA: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Business, Math DURNIL, JACK: English, Social Studies, An, Math DYSON, TERRY: English, Social Studies, Paint- ing Dec, Math EAKES, JUDY: English, Social Studies, Math, OEA EATON, ALAN: English, Business, Social Stud- ies, Phys. Ed. Health EDMONDS, ANTHONY: English, Social Studies, Business, Shop EDWARDS, BETH: English, Business, Social Studies. Art EDWARDS, KEVIN: English, Shop, Social Stud- ies, Math aORIDGE, DONALD: English, Foundry, Social Studies, Math ELDRIDGE, DONNA: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Science ESSETT, LAJANE: English, Social Studies. Math, Home Ec, Senior Mess., Tech Mate, Ftoat Committee EVANS, DIANA: English, Music. Math. Social Studies. Spanish. Science. Marching Band. Pep Band. Symphonic Band. Orchestra. Key Club. Bell Choir. SAO. Pit Orchestra. All-State Orches- tra EVANS. HOLLIS: English. Math. Science, Social Studies, Auto Mechanics, Latin, Yeartxiok Edi- tor, 702 President, Senior Council, Float Com- mittee, Youth Leadership Program, GoMen Key Award, Quill Scroll EVANS, LINDA: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Business EVANS, MICHAEL: English, Auto Mechanics, Social Studies, Art, P.E. EVANS, SANDRA: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Math EVANS, WAYNE: English, Air Conditioning, Social Studies, Math FARR, KENNETH: English, Social Studies, Auto Body, Math HELOS WILLIAM BRENT: English, Math, Social Studies, Spanish, Science, P.E. Health, Honor Roll, FCA, Basketball, SAO Representative, Roat Conimittee, Block T, Homecoming King, Mes- senger PNKTON, JOANN: English, Social Studies, Bus- iness, Phys. Ed. Health RSCHER, THOMAS: English, Shop, Social Stud- ies, Math FLETCHER, ALICE: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Business, TC Drill Team FOLSON, SHERRI: ErK)lish, Business Ed., Social Studies, Home Ec, COE FOWLKES, GERALD: English, Social Studies, Shop, P.E. Hearth FOWLKES, THOMAS: English, Data Processing, Social Studies, Math, ROTC, Tug-o-War FOX, HARRY: English, Auto Mechanics, Social Studies, Math, Tennis, Bowling RANKLIN, KEVIN: English, Auto Mechanics, Social Studies, Phys. Ed. Health FREEMAN, TIM: English, Cabinet Mkg., Social Studies, Phys. Ed. Hearth, Golf FRITTER, LOIS: English, Business, French, Social Studies, lOL FUGATE, TANYA: English. Social Studies, Busi- ness, Home Ec. FULLER, MARY: English, Business, Social Stud- ies, Phys. Ed. Hearth, Spanish Club, Drama Club, Service Club, Human Relations Council, DECA, Hiking Club, Roat Committee, SAO Rep- GAITHER, SHARRI: English, Social Studies, Phys. Ed. Hearth, Home Ec. GAITHER, TERRI: Social Studies, English, Math, HomeEc. GARDNER, KIM: EngUsh, Math, Music Science, French, Social Studies, Tennis, Track, Musicals, SAO, Junior Class Secretary, All-City All-State Orchestras, Messenger, French Club, Mu Alpha Theta GARRETT, BEVERLY: English, Business, Social Studies, Math, Techoir, Bell Choir, Girls Ensem- ble GARRETT, CAROL: English. Cosmetology, Math, Social Studies GARRETT, KAREN: English, Photography, Social Studies, P.E. Health, Photo-Hlking Club GARTRELL, CHRIS: English, Social Studies, Math, Foreign Language, Block T, Tennis GERHERT, LINDA: English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies, Young Life, Upward Bour d GILBERT, BRICE: English, Math, Social Studies, Science, Homecoming Roat Committee, Bas- kettiall. Bowling, Spanish Club, Cheerblock GILBERT, SANDRA: English, Business, Social Studies, Home Ec GIBSON, DEBRA: English, Math, Social Studies, Business, OEA GILLIUM, PAUL: English, Social Studies, Shop, Math GLASCO, CHARLES: English, Math, Social Stud- ies, Cabinet Mkg. GLASCO, RAYO: English, Shop, Math, Social Studies GOLDEN, SANDRA: English, Social Studies, Business, Math GOODALL, WILLIAM: English, Social Studies, Music, Math, Track, Speech Team, Concert aub, SAO Representative, Yearbook Staff, FEA, Human Relations Council, Marching Band, F ep Band, Concert Band GOODMAN, GLORIA: English, Business, Social Studies. Home Ec. GORDON, EDWARD English, Social Studies, Art, Shop, P E Health QOWDY, GAYLE: English, Home Ec, Math, Sci- er ce. Social Studies, Math Club GRADY, CAROL: English, Cosmetology, Social Studies, Business GRAVES, STANLEY: English, Math, Social Stud- ies, Shop, Wrestling, Yearbook Staff, Bkxk T, PCA. Quill Scroll GRAYSON, ALLISON: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Business, Messenger, Girls CorKert Qub GRAYSON, DONNA: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Science GREEN, JANEEN: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Phys. Ed. Hearth GREEN, WILLIAM P.: English. Auto Body, Social Studies, P.E. Hearth GREEN, YOLANOA: English, Business, Math, Social Studies, Home Ec, DECA, Cheerblock GREENE, ERIC: English, Social Studies, Math, Music, Basketball, Track, Speech Team, Techoir, Boys Octette, Fall Play, SAO GREER, REESE: English, Cabinet Mkg., Social Studies, Latin, SAO Representativ e GREGORY, DONNA: English, Social Studies. Home Ec, Math GREGORY, SHERRI: English, Social Studies, Math, Home Ec, SAO Representative GRIFFIN, DANE: English, Social Studies. Indus- trial Art Math, SAO, Service Club, Drama Club, Hiking Club, German Club, Football. Golf, Span- ish Oub, ICT, Key Qub GROTH, PATRICK: English, House Constr., Social Studies, Art GROVENBERRY, DAVID: English, Electricity, Social Studies, Math GUERIN, RAMONA: English, Math, Spanish, Social Studies, Science, Cannon Agent OEA GUYNN, STEPHEN: English, Auto Mechanics, Math, Social Studies, Football, Wrestling, Roat Committee, Track HACKER, JENNIFER L: English, Social Studies, Business Ed., Math HAGEDORN, RICHARD A.: English, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies HALL, DORIS E.: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Business Ed., DECA, Concert Club HALL. TRACY: English, Social Studies, Business Ed., Math, Home Ec, DECA HAMILTON, TERESA: English, Social Studies, Business Ed., Math, Drama Club, Majorettes, OEA. Fall Ray, SAO Representative HAMMONTREE, KIMBERLY: English, Home Ec, Business Ed., Math, OEA HAMPTON, PHYLLIS: English, Music Math, Social Studies, Bell Choir, Y-Teens, OEA HARDEMAN, KAREN: English, Social Studies, IHome Ec, Business Ed. HARDIMAN, ANGELA: English, Home Ec, Busi- ness Ed., Social Studies, Bowling Team, Major- ettes HARLOW, PETE: English, Automotive, Math, Social Studies, P.E. Hearth, Messenger HARRIS, CHARLES: English, Social Studies, Business Ed., Math HARRIS, DEBRA: English, Math, Social Studies, Science, German, German Club, Who ' s Who, Minority Engineering Advancement Program, SAO, Choral Club, Glee Club, Messenger, Mu Alpha Theta HARRIS, MICHAEL: English, Social Studies, Auto Mechanics, Math HARRIS, SHERRY: English, Math, Spanish, Social Studies, Messenger, Volunteer Foreign Language Teacher, Mu Alpha Ttieta, Spanish Club, Orchestra, Drill Team, Cannon Agent SAO Representative, Who ' s Who in Foreign Lan- guages, Upward Bound HAFfr, SHERRY: English, Social Studies, Busi- ness Ed., Math, OEA, Homecoming Roat Com- mittee HARWELL, MONIQUE: English, Social Studies, Math, Home Ec , Track, Basketball HAWKINS, MICHAEL English, Social Studies, Phys. Ed. Hearth, Music HAYDEN, CYNTHIA: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Math HEAD, DARREN: English, Social Studies, Math, Science HEAGY, KEITH: English, Automotive. Math, Social Studies HELMICK, CHRIS: English, Math, Architectural Drftg., Social Studies HEU , CONSTANCE: English, Social Studies, Math, P.E. Hearth, ROTC Drill Team HENDERSON, JENNIFER: English, Social Stud- ies, Art )anlsh, Ptiotography Club HENDERSON, WALLACE: English, Electronics, Social Studies, Math HENDRICKS, DANA: English, Social Studies, Math, P.E. Hearth, Speech, Senior Roat HENDRICKSON, CONNIE: English, Home Ec, Math, Spanish, .Social Studies, Business Ed., Spanish Club, Messenger HERRING, BRUCE: English, Math, Science, Social Studies, Bowling Club, Math Club, Chess aub, Mu Alpha Theta HERRON, WINFRED: English. Math, Business Ed., Social Studies, Printing, Cross Country, Track HESTER, ROBIN: English, Social Studies, Bar- berlng. Math, Home Ec. HIBBLER, ERIC: English, Shop, Social Studies, Business Ed. HICKS, CYNTHIA: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Math. HICKS, DIANA: English, Barbering, Social Stud- ies, Business Ed. HICKS, GLORIA: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Math HILL CONWAY: English, Social Studies, Elec- tricrty. Math, P.E. Health HILL DONNA: English, Home Ec, Math, Art Social Studies, P.E. Health HILL KEVIN: English, Foundry, Social Studies, P.E. Health, Track Field Activities HILL MARK: English, Math, Science, Social Studies, P.E. Health, Baseball HILL ROSEMARIE: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Math HILL SHERRIE: English, Social Studies, Math, Art HILL, TERRY: English, House Construction, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed., P.E. Health HILLMAN, ELIZABETH: English, Math, Science, Social Studies, Latin, Messenger HILLMAN, MARY: English, Social Studies, Busi- ness Ed., Math, COE HILLMAN, SHEBA: English, Social Studies, Bus- iness Ed., Math, Art HINTON, SHAWN: English, Math, Social Stud- ies, P.E. Health HODGES, DANNY: English, Math, Science, Air Conditioning, French, Social Studies, Senior Council, XYZ Club, Mu Alpha Theta HOLLOWAY, DAVID: English, Social Studies, Manufacturing, Math HOLT, CHERYL: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Business Ed., «ssenger, Cheerblock HOLT, DENNY: English, Social Studies, Electric- ity, Math, IDR Drill Team, ROTC Bn. Staff, ICT, Rag Detail, ROTC Officer HONE, FLOYD: English, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies, Bowling HONG, KATHERINE: English, Math, Science, Social Studies, Spanish, Cheerleading, Girls Ensemble, Techoir, Symphonic Band, Swing Choir, SAO Representative HOOPER, RONALD: English, Social Studies, Printing, P.E. Health, ICT HOPKINS, SHERRY: English, Business Ed., Art, Social Studies, Basketball, Tennis, COE HOSKINS, LENA: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Business Ed. HOWARD, DARRYL: English, Masonry, Social Studies, Business Ed. HOWARD, GWENDOLYN: English, Home Ec , Social Studies, Business Ed. HOWARD, TERESA: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, P.E. Health HOWE, ALANNA: English, Business Ed., An, Social Studies, DECA HUCKABY, ERIC: English, Architectural Drftg., Math, Social Studies HUGHES, MICHAEL: English, Social Studies, Math, Printing, Art HUGHES, MICHELLE: English, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies, lOL, SAO HUMBERT, MAGGIE: English, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies HUMPHREY, PAMELA: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, P.E. Health, Cheerblock, COE, OtA, Cannon Agent, Volleyball HUNTER, ANNETTE; English, Social Studies, Business Ed., Math, OEA, lOL, Cannon Agent, Track HUNTER, JOYCE: English, Social Studies, P.E. Health HUTSON, PHYLLIS: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, P.E. Health HUTSON, STANLEY: English, Auto Body, Social Studies, P.E. Health INGRAM, DENELL: English, Business Ed., Home Ec, Social Studies JACKSON, CHARLES: English, Auto Mechanics, Social Studies, P.E. Health, Track, Cross- country, ROTC Drill Team, Rifle Team JACKSON, CYNTHIA: English, Social Studies, Math, Home Ec. JACKSON, ERIC: English, Commercial Foods, Science, Social Studies JACKSON, GINA: English, Social Studies, Art, Home Ec. JACKSON, LARRY: English, Social Studies, Paint Decorating, Science JACKSON, PAMELA: English, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies JACKSON, RUFUS: English, Auto Mechanics, Math, Social Studies, P.E. Health JACKSON, VICKIE: English, Social Studies, Bus- iness Ed., Home Ec. JACKSON, W. L.: English, Social Studies, Math, Architectural Drafting, Wrestler JACKSON, YVONNE: English, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies, Bowling, Basketball JAMES, GENEVA: English, Social Studies, Busi- ness Ed., Home Ec, Human Relations Council, MatMate, lOL, Messenger, OEA, Talent Show JEFFERSON, REGINA: English, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies, lOL JENKINS, EVELYN: English, Home Ec, Math, P.E. Health, Social Studies, Girls Concert Club JENNINGS, RICHARD: English, Math, Social Studies, Drafting JOHNSON, BOBBY: English, Shop, Math, Social Studies, Wrestling, Football, Drill Team JOHNSON, CASSANDRA: English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies JOHNSON, JOANN: English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies, Business Ed., Baskettiall, Ten nis. Volleyball JOHNSON, KARIN: English, Home Ec, Busi ness Ed., Math, Social Studies JOHNSON, KATHY: English, Business Ed Math, Social Studies, Spanish Club JOHNSON, RONALD: English, Social Studies, Shop, Math, Football, Basketball JOLLIFFE, PATTI: English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies JONES, CARLA: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Business Ed., Speech Team JONES, DARYL: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, P.E. Health, Band, Stage Band, All-City Band, Pep Band JONES, DIANA: English, Home Ec, Business Ed., Social Studies, DECA, Track JONES, DONNA: English, Math, Social Studies, German, SAO JONES, ELU: English, Home Ec, Social Stud- ies, Business Ed. JONES, FRANKIE: English, Social Studies, Printing, Math JONES, GLEN: English, Math, Social Studies, PE. Health JONES, RICKY: English, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed., Art, Football, Football Manager, Basketball Manager JONES, VICKI: English, Music Math, P.E. Health, Social Studies, Band, Marching Band, Pep Band, Bell Choir, l OL JORDAN, BRENDA: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Business Ed., SAO JOURNEY, MARILYN: English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies KAELIN, KIMBERLY: English, Math, Business Ed., Social Studies KAVANAUGH, BETSY: English, Math, Social Studies, Business Ed., Homecoming Float Com- mittee KAVANAUGH, KATHERINE: English, Math, Bus- iness Ed., Social Studies, OEA KEILLOR, MELINDA: English, Social Studies, Art, Music, Girls Concert Club, Cannon Agent KENDALL, CECILIA: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Math, Home Ec, OEA KENNEDY, GARY: English, Social Studies, Math, Shop KENNEDY, JANICE: English, Math, Business Ed., P.E. Health, Basketball KEOUGH, MICHAEL: English, Automotive, Math, Social Studies, Senior Council, SAO, Band, Homecoming Float Committee, Football KEYS, HARRY: English, Electronics, Math, Social Studies, Homecoming Float Committee KILLEBREW, DEDRA: English. Home Ec, Sci ence. Social Studies KIRBY, NANCY: English, Social Studies, Busi- ness Ed., Home Ec. KIRK, DANIEL: English, Social Studies, Auto Body, Math KIRK, MANUEL: English, Auto Body, P.E. Health, Social Studies, Business Ed. KRINER, PAULA: English, Math, Social Studies, Business Ed., Science, German, German Club, Senior Council, Junior Council, Honors KUBIAK, THOMAS: English, Drafting, Science, Math LALAND, DALPHIA: English, Math, Social Stud- ies, Science, Track, Basketball Manager, DECA LANDRUM, KENNETH: English, Automotive, Social Studies, Art LARGE, ROBERT: English, Machine Shop, Social Studies, Math LARKINS, KATHY: English, Social Studies, Busi ness Ed., Math LASLEY, CHRISTINE: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, P.E. Health LAYMAN, PAUL: English, Social Studies, Weld- ing, Math LftCH, GREGORY: English, Radio TV, Math, PE. Health. Social Studies, Football LEACHMAN, SHIRLEY English, Social Studies Malh, Homptf LEE, CALVIN: English, Foundry, Social Studies, Math, Football, Bowling, Track, Boys Octette, Techoir, Swing Choir LEE, TONI: English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies, Cheerbfock, Talent Show, Track LESLIE, RENITA: English, Social Studies, Busi ness Ed., Home Ec, lOL, OEA LEWIS, STEPHANIE: English, Social Studies, Business Ed., Science, lOL, OEA LLOYD, TREVA: English. Business Ed., Social Studies, Math LOCKRIDGE, DWAYNE: English, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed., Float Committee LOGAN, GARY: English, Machine Shop, Math, Social Studies LOGSTON, ROBERT: English, Shop, Social Studies, Math, Commercial Foods, SAO, Key aub LOSIE, LISA: English, Business Ed., An, Social Studies, Art Club, Cheerblock LONG, KELLY: English, Math, Social Studies, Home Ec, Business Ed. LONG, KIMBERLY: English. Music. Math, Social Studies, Business Ed., Science, Symphonic Band, Orchestra, Marching Band, Pep Band, Key Club, SAO, Senior Council, Bell Choir, Stage Band LONG, MARSHA: English, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed. LOOPER, THOMAS: English, Architectural Draft ing. Social Studies. Math. Basketball LORICK. JOHN: English. Math, Social Studies, Science. Printing, Football, DECA, Latin Club, Wrestling LOWERY, ANITA: English, Home Ec. Social Studies, P.E Health, Business Ed., Glee Club LUCAS, MARILYN: English. Math, Soci al Stud- ies, Home Ec. Spanish. Bat Girl, Bowling Team, Key Club. Junior Council. SAO. Senior Council, Concert Club, Alt. Girl State LUNN, MARGARET: English, Business Ed., Math. Social Studies, Girls Concert Club, Techoir, COE MAHURIN, MICHELE: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, P.E. Health, SAO Represenia five. Cannon Agent, Yearbook Salesman, Major- ettes. Messenger, Head Maiorette MAJOR. MICHELLE; English, Social Studies, Commercial Foods. Math, Cheerblock MALLORY, BERRY: English, Social Studies, Commercial Foods, Science, ROTC Boys Drill Team, ROTC Band Guard MANUEL, LESIA; English. Home Ec, Social Studies. Business Ed. MANY, MICHELLE; English, Math, Business Ed , Spanish. Social Studies. COE, OEA MARSH, SANDRA; English, Business Ed,, Social Studies, Home Ec. MARSH, TINA; English, Math, Business Ed., Social Studies MARSHALL, EDWIN: English, Math, Science, Social Studies. Newspaper, Yearbook, Drama Club, XYZ Club, Latin Club, Speech Team, Human Relations Council MARTIN, BARBARA: English, Art, Math, Social Studies MARTIN, ELIZABETH; English, Social Studies, Business Ed., Math, Home Ec, Mat Maids, OEA MASON, ALBE ' T; English, Home Ec, Math, Social StuaiKS . MASON, MICHAEL; English, Masonry, Math, Social Studies MATTHEWS, DARLENE; English, Math, Social Studies, Spanish, Speech Team, Spanish Club, aFFFF MAXWELL, DOROTHY; English, Home Ec, Busi- ness Ed., Social Studies, Cheerblock, Volleyball MAXWELL, PAMELA; English, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies, COE, SAO, OEA, Service Oub MAY, RONALD; English, Architectural Drafting, Social Studies, Math, Basetiall, Varsity Letter- man, Varsity Tennis, FCA MAYE. SHARON; English, Social Studies. Math. Home Ec. MCCALLISTER. DANIEL: English. Auto Mechan- ics, Social Studies, Math MCCLUNG, TERRI; English, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies. COE. Cheerblock MCCREARY. DONNA; English, An, Social Stud- ies, Business Ed.. DECA MCDOUGALL, DEBRA: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Math. Newspaper MCELROY. LYN; English. Spanish, Social Stud les. Math, Spanish Club, Volleytall, Tennis MCFARLAND, LINDA English, Home Ec, Busi- ness Ed.. Math. Mat Maids, Cheerblock MCGAW, BRENDA; English. Social Studies, Bus mess Ed., P.E. Health, Home Ec. Cheerblock. Human Relations Council MCGEE, FRANCINE; English, An, Social Stud- ies, Math MCGUIRE, ANN; English, Art. Social Studies, Math MCINTYRE. VICKY; English, Business Ed., Social Studies. Spanish. COE MCKENZIE. CHRISTINE; English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies MCNARY, CHERYL; English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies, Girls Concert Club, Yeartxx , Y Teens, Volleyball. Bowling, Messenger MCNARY, STEVEN; English, Math, Social Stud- ies, P.E. Health MEADE, WILLIAM; English, Business Ed., Social Studies. Math, DECA, Key Club MESSENGER, BRYAN; English. Social Studies, Art, Science MESSER, GREGORY: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Math MESSER, REBECCA: English, Social Studies, Math, Home Ec. MEXNER, MATTHEW: English, Drafting, P.E. Health, Social Studies, Math MICHAEL, AMY: English, Spanish, Math, Social Studies, Business Ed., Speech Team, NFL, Key Oub, Fall Play, Spanish Club, NCCJ Represent ative, SAO MILES, BRANDON; English. Shop, P.E. Health. Social Studies MILES. RANDY; English, Shop, Math, Social Studies, Band MILLER, CARL: English, Electricity, Social Stud les. Business Ed. MILLER, CECELIA; English, Social Studies, P.E. Health, Home Ec. MILLER, CHARLES; English, Social Studies, Business Ed.. Math. Football. Track. Cheer- block, SAO, Junior Class Vice President, Human Relations Council, Techoir, Boys Octette MILLER, JAMES; English, Social Studies, Auto Body, Math, P.E. Health, Business Ed. MILLER, JOHNNIE: English, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed. MILLER. KAREN; English. Waitress, Science, Social Studies MILLER, KEVIN; English, Math, Social Studies. Business Ed.. P E. Health, Junior Achieve ment. Wrestling. OEA, Latin Club MILLER, LINDA; English, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed. MILLER. MARGARET; English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Home Ec, Math MILLER, PATRICIA; English. Business Ed., Social Studies, Home Ec. MILLER, RUTH; English. Home Ec, Social Stud- ies, Business Ed. MILLER, TIMOTHY; English. Automotive, Social Studies. Business Ed. MILLS, KEITH; English. Shop, Social Studies, Science, Junior Achievement MILLS, ROBIN; English, Home Ec. Social Stud- ies. Math, Business Ed. MIMMS, KEITH: English. Machine Shop. Math, Social Studies. Art. Football, Wrestling MINOR. JAMES; English. Shop. Social Studies, Art MOORE. COLLIN; English, Art, Social Studies, Shop MOORE, CORNELIA: English, Commercial Foods, Social Studies, P.E. Health , MOORE, ETHEL: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Business Ed. MOORE. JULIE; English. Home Ec, Business Ed., P.E. Health, Social Studies, Math, Junior Council. Senior Council MOORE. LISA; English, Business Ed., Social Studies. Home Ec, Cheerblock MOORE, LOIS; English. Business Ed., Math, PE. Health, Basketball MOOREFIELD, LINNIE; English, Home Ec, f th. Social Studies MORTON, DAVID: English, Home Ec, P.E. t Health, Social Studies MULKEY, GLEN; English, Printing. Social Slue- i€S, P.E. Health MURPHY, JEFFREY: English, Shop, Social Stud- ies, Math MURRELL, GORDON; English, Social Studies, MUSE, SANDRA: English, Math, Business Ed., Social Studies, Track, Junior Achievement, OEA MYERS, DANA: English, Math, Social Studies, Home Ec, Spanish, Science, Techoir, Girls Ensemble, String Ensemble, Orchestra, Home- coming Queen Candidate MYERS, LAURA: English, Social Studies, Busi- ness Ed., Art, Math, Majorette, Head Majorette, Marching Band, lOL, Messenger NANCE, THERESA: English, Social Studies, Business Ed., Math, COE, OEA NAPIER, MARK: English, Shop, Math, Social Studies NAPIER, TONY: English, Social Studies, Math, P.E. Health, Business Ed. NAUERTH, LINDA: English, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed. NEELY, TIMOTHY: English, Social Studies, Masonry, Math NELSON, MINNIE: English, Social Studies, Math, Art NELSON, WILLIE: English, Social Studies, Math, German, P.E. Health NEWSOM, ANNIE: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Business Ed., Math, Spanish, Span- ish Club, DECA, SAO NICKSON, IDA: English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies, Messenger NOEL, ANNA: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Business Ed. NOLAN, VIVIAN: English, Art, Math, Social Studies, P.E. Health OATTS, SHARON: English, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies ODLE, RICKY: English, Social Studies, Auto Mechanics, P.E. Health OFALLON, WILLIAM: English, Auto Mechanics, Math, Social Studies OFFICER, ALFRED: English, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed., Stage Band, Symphonic Band, Cross Country, Track, ROTC Drill Team, Marching Band ONEAL. JERRY: English, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed. ONEILU KATHY: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Music, Majorettes, Marching Band OSBORN, BRIAN: English, Machine Drafting, th. Social Studies, Symphonic Band, Orches- tra, Pit Orchestra, Concert Band, Stage Band, Marching Band, Pep Band, Asst. Band Captain OWENS, GAYLAN: English, Auto Mechanics, Math, Social Studies, ICT OWENS, LANITA: English, Math, Business Ed., Home Ec, Social Studies PARKER, DARRELL: English, Math, Social Stud- ies, Science PARR, ALAN: English, Social Studies, Business Ed., Music PARRISH, STANLEY: English, Commercial Foods, Math, Social Studies, Track PARSONS, DAVID: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Spanish, Math, Spanish Club, Swim- ming, DECA PARSON, TERRI: English, Spanish, Social Stud- ies, Math PATTERSON, ARMOND: English, Social Stud ies. Math, Shop, P.E. Health PATTERSON, MARK: English, Art, Social Stud- ies, Shop, Track, Wrestling PATTERSON, PAUL English, Shop, Social Stud- ies, P.E. Health PATTERSON, TAMMY: English, Model Restau rant. Cabinet Making, Social Studies PEACHER, RHONAL: English, Auto Mechanics, Social Studies, P.E. Health PEARLER, DAVID: English, Printing, Social Studies, Business Ed. PERKINS, STEVE: English, Social Studies, Shop, Math PERRY, DEBBIE: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Home Ec, Math PETERS, GALE: English, Math, Social Studies, Paint-Decorating, Business Ed. PETERSON, DWAYNE: English, Shop, Social Studies, Math, P.E. Health, Football PETTIGREW, MARC: English, Social Studies, Barbering, P.E. Health, Football, Baseball, Basketball, Wrestling, (Wood H.S.) PHELPS, PATRICIA: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Business Ed. PHILLIPS, LYDIA: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Spanish, Yearbook, Cannon Agent, Messenger PHILLIPS, RONALD: English, Social Studies, Art, Math RETY, ANGELA: English, German, Math, Busi ness Ed., Majorettes, OEA, SAO, Messenger, Jr. Baskettiall Queen RNSTON, BETTY: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Business Ed. PINKSTON, FRANKIE: English, Math, Spanish, Science, Social Studies, Spanish Club, Service Qub, Key Club, OEA, COE, Senior Class Presi- dent, Roll Room 640 President, Speech Team RTTM.HN, BARBARA: English, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed., P.E. Health PITTMAN, BRENDA: English, Home Ec, Math, P.E. Health, Social Studies, Basketball, Track RTTMAN, CHIQUITA: English, Art, Social Stud- ies, Business Ed. RTTS, NIKKI: English, Social Studies, Math, HomeEc. POE, MARRIANE: English, Social Studies, Art, HomeEc. POLING, JOSEPH: English, Shop, Social Stud- ies, Science PONTIS, TIM: English, Social Studies, Business Ed., Shop, Piano, Band POSTON, PENNY: English, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed., P.E. Health POSTON, TAFFY: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Art POTEET, CHRISTOPHER: English, Social Stud- ies, Business Ed., Math, Key Club, SAO, Letter — Tennis-Swimnling-Golf, Service Club, Orchestra, String Ensemble, Pit Orchestra, Stage Craft Club, Senior Float Committee, Voca- tionals — Data Processing-Accounting POUNDS, TYRONE: English, Social Studies, Dry Cleaning, Science, (Wood H.S.) Basketball, Track, Science Club POWELL, DORIS: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Math PRANGER, DENISE: English, Art, Social Stud- Pr ' eSSWOOD, RONALD: English, Shop, Sci ence. Social Studies PREVOT, ORLANDO: English, Math, Shop Social Studies PRICE, DWAYNE: English, Social Studies, Busi ness Ed., Math, Boys Octette, Techoir, SAO, Cannon Agent, Junior Achievement PROCTOR, BRIAN: English, Shop, Social Stud ies. Math, Science, Chess Club, Junior Achieve ment PRYOR, TERESA: English, Business Ed., Home Ec, Social Studies, Math, OEA, lOL. Messenger PURVIS, ANDAMO: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Math, Junior Achievement, DECA OUAKENBUSH, LISA: English, Social Studies, Art, Math, Home Ec, Messenger, Math Asst. RAINEY, GREGORY: English, Social Studies, Shop, Math, Letterman, Track, Cross Country, ICT RANDALL ROBBIN: English, Math, Business Ed., Social Studies, DECA RANDOLPH, REEDTH: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Math, Volleyball, Cheerblock, Girls Concert Club, lOL. Float Committee, Glee Oub, OEA RAY, MICHAEL: English, Art, Math, Social Stud- ies, Track REED, BRIDGETTE: English, Spanish, Social Studies, Math, Spanish Club, Photo Club, Junior Achievement, Yearbook, Tennis REEDUS, UNUEL: English, Barbering, Social Studies, P.E. Health REEVES, BRIDGET: English, Art, Math, Social Studies, Speech Team, Broadcast, COE, Ray Helper REYNOLDS, CHARLES: English, Music, Math, Social Studies REYNOLDS, DONNA: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Science REYNOLDS, JULIE: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Home Ec. RHOADES, CARMEN: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Art RHOADES, JAN: English, Machine Drafting, Math, Social Studies, Block T, Baseball, Senior Roat, FCA RICE, DANNY: English, Social Studies, Shop, Math, Wrestling, Track, Cross Country RICE, GERALDINE: English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies, Business Ed. RICHARDSON, KIMBERLY: English, Social Studies, Business Ed., Home Ec, Messenger, lOL, OEA, Yearbook, SAO Representative, Bowl- ing RIGGIN, KAREN: English, Math, Science, For- eign Language, Social Studies, String Ensem- ble, Orchestra, All City Orchestra, French Club, Indiana Girls State Representative, Senior Float Committee, Math Contest, SAO ROBERSON, DARRELL: English, Home Ec, Math, P.E. Health, Social Studies, Baseball ROBERTS, JOHNNY: English, Business Ed., Math, P.E., Social Studies, Art, Track ROBERTSON, THOMAS: English, Math, Social Studies, Shop, Mu Alpha Theta ROBINSON, AARON: English, Math, Shop, Social Studies, Science, Football, Track, Mu Alpha Theta, XYZ Club ROBINSON, TERRY: English, Social Studies, Business Ed., Math, Home Ec, COE ROCKS, MARGARET: English, Social Studies, P.E., Math, Business Ed, Speech, Girls Concert Oub ROGERS, VIRGINIA: English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies ROLLIN, LISA: English, Science, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies, Make-up Crew — Spring Rays, SAO Representative, Float Committee, Usher for Plays ROSSELL, STEVEN: English, Social Studies, Math, Science ROWE, ANTHONY: English, Social Studies, Shop, Math, Basketball RUDOLPH, ANTONIO: English, Math, Business Ed., Social Studies, Football, Wrestling, Track, Senior Class Treasurer, COE RUSSELL, DONALD: English, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies, P.E. Health SARGENT, ANDREW: English, Shop, Social Studies, Science SARVER, BENJAMIN: English, Shop, Math, Social Studies SARVER, WILLIAM: English, Shop, Social Stud- ies, Art SAVAGE, ANDREA: English, Social Studies, Math, Science SCHEIDT, DAVID: English, Shop, Math, Social Studies SCHMIDT, MAUREEN: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Foreign Language, Service Club, Yearbook Salesman, Homecoming Committee, Messenger SCOTT, ALTA: English, Home Ec, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies, COE SCOTT, JOCELYN: English, Social Studies, Busi- ness Ed., P.E. Health, Human Relations Coun- cil SCOTT, SHERRIE: English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies, Business Ed. SCRUGGS, KAREN: English, Drafting, Social Studies, Science, Math SEAGRAVES, KATHERINE: English, Home Ec, Science, Social Studies SECREST, LANDRA: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Business Ed., Math SEXTON, JOHN: English, Social Studies, Busi- ness Ed., Math SHAFFER, DONNA: English, Business Ed., Home Ec, Math, Social Studies SHAW, DONALD: English, Social Studies, Sci- ence, Band, ROTC SHAW, SADORLEE: English, Math, Home Ec, Social Studies, Business Ed., lOL OEA SHEA, BERTHA: English, Social Studies, Ger- man, Math, Business Ed. SHELBY, HARVIS: English, Social Studies, Sci- ence, Math SHELTON, MICHAEL: English, Shop, Math, Social Studies, Track, ROTC, Junior Achieve- ment, Homecoming King Candidate, Chess Oub SHEPHERD, EDDIE: English, Shop, Art, Social Studies SHERWOOD, THERESA: English, Social Studies, Business Ed., P.E. Health, Home Ec, Variety Show, Messenger, Phys. Ed. Asst., Float Com- mittee, Band Drill, Senior Activities, Senior Bas- ketball Queen Finalist, lOL, Career Exploratory SHINNAMON, WILLIAM: English, Social Stud- ies, Drafting, Math, P.E. Health, Tennis, Sen- ior Activities SHIRLEY, JACOB: English, Social Studies, Busi- SHOTWELU PHYLLIS: English, Home Ec, Busi- ness Ed., Social Studies, Cheerblock, Senior Fashion Show, Volleyball SHUPINSKY, ELIZABETH: English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies SIMMS, DANETTE: English, Social Studies, Bus- iness Ed., Math, Y-Teens, Techoir, Girls Concert Oub, Yearbook, Glee Club SIMMS, JONATHAN: English, Math, Architec- tural Drafting, Social Studies SIMMS, MARSHA: English, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed., Science, Cheerblock, Mes- senger SIMS, DEWAYNE: English, Shop, Math, Social Studies, Football SIMS, RUSSELL: English, Shop, Social Studies, Math, Speech Team SINGER, RYAN: English, Science, Math, Social Studies SMIDDY, PAMELA: English, Social Studies, Bus- iness Ed., Art, Math, OEA, lOL SMITH, HOSIA: English, Shop, Social Studies, Math SMITH, JANICE: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Business Ed., Radio Broadcasting, SMITH, JONATHAN: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, P.E. Health SMITH, KATHERINE: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Business Ed., Cheerblock SMITH, KENT: English, Math, Shop, Radio TV, Social Studies, Rays, Radio— WATS, WIAN —Channel 20, Speech Team, Rugby, Vice-Pres- ident of Senior Class, Backstage Sound work on Musicals SMITH, KEVIN: English, Shop, Math, Social Studies SMITH, KIM: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Math, Track Field, Choir SMITH, LELIA: English, Home Ec, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies, Senior Council SMITH, TIMOTHY: English, Math, Shop, French, Social Studies SMITH, WALTER: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Shop, Math, Techoir, Boys Octette, Human Relations Council, Service Club SMITH, WANDA: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Math, Art, Junior Council, Volleyball, Serv- ice Club, Track Field, SAO, Talent Show, XYZ Oub, Prom Committee, Jamt)oree Queen SPEARMAN, THOMAS: English, Math, Social Studies, Shop, Chess Club, ICT SPEARS, JEFFREY: English, Shop, Social Stud- ies, P.E. Health SPENCER, MARK: English, Social Studies, Shop, Math, Tennis, Drama Club, Musical- South Pacific SPONSEL, JOHN: English, Shop, Social Studies Math, Football, Rugby, Key Club SPURLOCK, KENNY: English, Shop, Math Social Studies STANBACK, THERESA: English, Social Studies, Business Ed., Science, Techoir STEWART, GLORIA: English, Home Ec, Busi- ness Ed., Math STEWART, KENNETH: English, Drafting, Math, Social Studies, Business Ed. STIFFLER, WILLIAM: English, Math, Business Ed., Social Studies, Homecoming Float Comm STINGER, CAREN: English, Music, Math, Social Studies, Foreign Language, Stage Band, Pep Band, Pit Orchestra, Marching Band, SAO Latin Oub, Key Club STONE, KENNETH: English, Shop, Social Stud- ies, Math STORMS, AMELIA: English, Social Studies Math, Home Ec, Who ' s Who Among Americari High School Students Award STOWERS, PATRICE: English, Social Studies Business Ed., Math, Track, Volleyball, Basket- ball STREEVAL, WILLIAM: English, Social Studies, Shop, P.E. Health, Football STROUDE, JEFF: English, Drafting, Social Stud- ies, Math SURENKAMP, REBECCA: English, Social Stud les. Math, Spanish, Spanish Club, Drama Club SAO TARDY, WILLIAM: English, Social Studies, Art, Business Ed., Football TATUM, RUBY: English, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed. TAYLOR, ANNA: English, Math, Social Studies, TAYLOR, CEDRIC: English, Cabinet Making, Science, Social Studies TAYLOR, ELLA: English, Home Ec, Social Stud- ies, P.E. Health TAYLOR, KERRI: English, Math, Social Studies, Business Ed., Messenger, Sophomore Honors TAYLOR, MICHAEL: English, Social Studies Math, Shop TEEPE, JOANN: English, Social Studies, Busi- ness Ed., fitath, SAO, Junior Council President, Service Club, COE TERRY, BENJAMIN: English, Shop, Social Stud- ies, Math THOMAS, OTHA: English, Social Studies, Busi- ness Ed., Science THOMAS, SHUANNA: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Math, Science THOMPSON, DONNA: English, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed. THOMPSON, TERESA: English, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed. TINSLEY, DEWAYNE: English. Shop, An, Math, Social Studies, Track, Cross Country TOLIVER, MARY: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Science TOLIVER, MICHAEL: English, Shop, Social Stud- ies, P.E. Health, Math TOLIVER, RUSSELL: English, Shop, Math, Social Studies, Wrestling, Cross Country, Track TOM, JON: English, Social Studies, Math, Busi- ness Ed., Spanish Club TRAYLOR, MICHELLE English, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed . SAO Representative. Ger man Club. DECA, Messenger TRIPLETT, FLORA: English, Model Restaurant, Social Studies, Art TROTTER, CHARLES: English, Social Studies, Paint Decorating, P.E. Health TROTTER, JANICE: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Math TROXAIL, DEBORAH: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Home Ec, Majorettes, Messen TRULOCK, FRED: English, Shop, Math, Social Studies TUCHER, RICHARD: English, Shop, Social Stud ies. Science TUCKER, BECKY: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Business Ed. TUNSTALL, PATRICIA: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Math, lOL, Ntessenger TUNSTILL, ANNA: English, Business Ed., Home Ec, Math, Social Studies TURNER, WANDA: English, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies, Baskettall TYLER, CLEMENTA: English, Home Ec, Busi ness Ed.. P.E. Health, Social Studies TYNER, CARL: English, Shop, Social Studies, Math TYNER, JOHN: English, Math, Social Studies, Business Ed. UPCHURCH, KATHY: English, Math, Business Ed., Social Studies, Marching Band, Majorette, Bat Girl, Freshman Basketball Queen, Messen- ger, OEA, Yearbook, Concert Club URBAN, ROBIN: English, Social Studies, Busi- ness Ed., Math, Marching Band, Majorette, SAO Representative, Senior Council, Messenger, Make-up Committee, OEA VANHORN, JAMES: English, Social Studies, Math, P.E. Health, Tennis, ICT VEAL, BARBARA: English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies WAGNER, JERRY: English, Music, Social Stud- es. Business Ed., Band Captain, Stage Band Bell Choir, Techoir, Orchestra, Pit Orchestra ' Marching Band, Wrestling Manager, Symphonic Band, Played National Anthem— Games WALKER, DENISE: English, Social Studies Spanish, Math, Track, Spanish Club P E Asst WALKER, JIMMIE: English, Math, Shop, Social Studies WALKER, PAMEU: English, Home Ec , Math Social Studies WALKER, SHERESE: English, Math, Science Business Ed., Social Studies, P.E, Health Vol- leyball, Basketball WALLACE, FREDERICK: English, Shop, Math Social Studies, P.E, Health WALLACE, RONNIE: English, Social Studies Math, P.E. Health WALLS, JANICE: English, Social Studies, Busi- ness Ed., Home Ec. WALTON, GEORGE: English, Social Studies, Bartjerina Science WALTZ, THOMAS: English, Drafting, Math Social Studies WARDELL, LARRY: English, Social Studies, Shop, Science WARE. DEBRA: English. Social Studies, Sci- ence, Home Ec. WARE, JAN: English, Social Studies, Math, HomeEc. WARFIELD, ANTHONY: English, Math, Business Ed., Science, Latin, Spanish, Track, Spanish Club, Science Club, Chess Club, Mu Alpha Theta, Wrestling, Senior Council, Junior Council WASHINGTON, KEVIN: English, Shop PE Health, Social Studies WASHINGTON, LORETTA: English, Home Ec, Math, Business Ed., Social Studies, German, Science, Mat Maid, Senior Council WASHINGTON, MELVIN: English, Social Stud- ies, Shop, P.E. Health, Track WASHINGTON, PHILLIP: English, Social Stud- ies, Shop, Science WATKINS, JOYCE: English, Social Studies, Math, Science WATSON, WILLIAM: English, Shop, Math, Social Studies WEATHERS, RONDELL: English, Commercial Foods, Social Studies, P.E. Health, Track, Concert Club, Messenger WEBB, JEFFERY: English, Math, Shop, Social Studies WEBB. JOSE: English, Math, P.E. Health, Social Studies, Wrestling WEBER, BRIAN: English, Shop, Social Studies, P.E. Health WELLS, KARLA: English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies WEST, BRENDA: English, Home Ec, Business Ed., Social Studies, P.E. Health WEST, LARRY: English, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies, Shop WEST, LINDA: English, Home Ec, Social Stud- ies, P.E. Health, Tug-o-War, Fashion Show (Clothing), Plays WEST, PATRICIA: English, Social Studies, Busi- ness Ed, P.E. Health WETZEL, DARRELL: English, Social Studies, Shop, Math WHITE, ALONZO: English, Shop, Social Studies, WHITE, BRIAN: English, Art, Math. Social Stud- ies, P.E Health WHITE, TRUDY: English, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies, DECA WHITNEY, DAVID: English, Math, Art, Social Studies, Float Committee, Tug-o-War, DECA WILBURN, ANITA: English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies, MVP Tennis, Letterman, Chess. Float Committee. Tug-o War, f lewspaper — Sports Editor, Honor Sweater, Cannon Alumni WILDRICK, ERIC: English, Social Studies, Busi- ness Ed., P.E. Health WILKERSON, JOHN: English, Math, Social Stud- ies, Science, Marching Band, Symphonic Band, ROTC Battalion Staff, ROTC IDR Drill Team. ROTC Flag Detail. Messenger, Chemistry Phys- ics Club WILLIAMS, ALEX: English, Shop, Math, Social Studies WILLIAMS, BEULAH: English, Social Studies. Math, Science WILLIAMS, DEBORAH: English, Art, Science. Social Studies WILLIAMS. DUANE: English, Math, French, Social Studies, Science, Brigade Commander, Class Torchbearer, Who ' s Who in Indiana High schools in Foreign Languages, Societe Hono- raire de Francais, All-City Orchestra, Orchestra. Band. Commander- ROTC Varsity Rifle Team. Quiz Team, Chemistry-Physics Club WILLIAMS, EULA: English, Social Studies, Home Ec, Math WILLIAMS, KIM8ERLEY: English, Math, Busi- ness Ed., Social Studies WILLIAMS, KINA: English, Business Ed., Math, Social Studies WILLIAMS, STELLA: English, Home Ec, Social Studies, Math, Business Ed. WILLIAMS. TAMMY: English, Business Ed., Math, So ' ;ia! Studies, Home Ec. WILLIAMS, V ' CKl: English, Social Studies, Math. Home Ec WILLIAMSON, FREDRICK: English, Math Social Studies. Shop. Football, Baseball, Letterman WILSON, KERMIT: English, Business Ed., Sci- ence, Social Studies, Track, Football WILSON, ROBERT: English, Social Studies, Bus- iness Ed., Science WILSON, TOMMIE: English, Shop, Social Stud- ies, Business Ed. WILSON, WANDA; English, Social Studies, Math, Home Ec. WISHART, JAN: English, Social Studies, Art P.E. Health, Music WOOD, DEBRA: English, Business Ed., Math Social Studies WOODS, LARRY: English, Shop, Social Studies, Business Ed. WOODS, PERCIVAL: English, Shop, Social Stud les, Business Ed , ROTC, Marching Band Guard, Color Guard WOODS, THELMA: English, Home Ec, P E Health, Social Studies WOOTEN, DONNA: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Spanish, Techoir, SAO, Service Oub, DECA, Girls Concert Club WRIGHT, BRENDA: English, Home Ec, Math, Social Studies WRIGHT, KERRY: English, Shop, Social Studies, Math WRIGHT, MARK: English, Math, Social Studies, Science WRIGHT, RICHARD: English, Shop, Social Stud- ies, P.E. Health WRIGHT, TERRY: English, Home Ec, Business Ed., Social Studies WYNN, PHILIPPE: English, Social Studies Shop, Math, P.E Health WYSS, HERMAN: English, Business Ed., Social Studies, Math YARRELL, LESLEY: English, Shop, Math, Social Studies Anriy Micheal and Frankie Pinkston 87 nSTIiilTIES A Yearbook Is With this thought in mind, this year ' s staff is busy creating what they think will be an outstanding book. With forty-one staff members there is a great deal of talent to be had . . . photographers, lay-out artists, copy writers ... all are hard at work to bring you a great 1 979 yearbook. Forever Editor-in-chief, Mollis Evans explains layout 19 Linda Parish and Anita Wil- burn. Left to Right; Bruce Lee, Sue Carson, Kim Richardson, Christine Skruggs, Diana Hicks, Leah Walcott, Mollis Evans, Tina Stewart, Jay Mood, Dan Stock, Patty Marshall, Randy Brown, Renae Osborne, Alma Napier, Lisa Aubry, Anita Wilburn. On Cannon; Keith Martin, Stanley Graves, Bill Carlson. Cannon photographer catc hes glimpses of the professional way. Kneeling; Linda Parish, Sandy Smith. Standing; Gary Davis, Anthony Adair, June Sanderson, Paula Pope, Pauline Peters, Loretta Coggins, Ruth Brown, Bridget Reed. On Cannon; Scott Malot, Charles Bear, Chris Davis. 90 Newspaper — Better Than Ever Tech ' s newspaper has been around since 1912 when Tech became a school. It then was called the Hear-Ye, with question of the name. Spring of 1913 the paper became the Cannon, for the last 64 yrs. it has been the Arsenal Cannon and bring- ing you news from all over Tech ' s campus. News on sports, music, teachers, and all around Tech ' s campus. All of it is for YOU! Stacey Greene writes up copy for the newspa- per. FRONT ROW; Susan Farley, Wynona Coggins, Robin Smith, Anthony Adair. SECOND ROW; Kim Dernard, Chris Davis, Sheery Bolinger. THIRD ROW; Neva Hagedorn, Loretta Coggins, Nancy Forbes, Anita Wilburn. FOURTH ROW, Debbie McDougall, Stacey Greene. FIFTH ROW; Dennis Eubanks, Chris Webb, Dennis Hayes. Advisor, Mr. Tresslar works hard at his desk Editor-in-chief, Edwin Marshall checks over his rough draft. Nancy Forbes, Page 2 editor prepares copy for newspaper. 9) Dennis Hayes selects the proper copy. Chris Davis plans to print the Sadie Hawkins pics. Yearbookers In Action : rrt " -.T-Cl T.l ' " - - 1 - u.. .. r 1 1,-f p| - ■) B- - ■ l ■i r W . ' Joan Brown sews on the Cannon award emblem tor Hollis Evans. mwa ai Debby McDougall works at the dryer. Radio Broadcast, A Bunch Of Characters Ever wonder who plays the music at Roll call? Who reads the bulletin during roll call? Who ever interviews your favorite coaches and teachers? It ' s the broadcast team on W.A.T.S. Giving you news from all over Tech ' s campus, telling you where all the important activities are going on at. The wild and crazy bunch is sponsored by Mr. Stan Minks. m a wild and crazy guy, says Kent Smith, FIRST ROW: Portia Sholar, Bridget Reeves, Mike Hawkins. SECOND ROW: Renae Osborne, Gina Durham, Natalie Gore, Kent Smith. THIRD ROW: Janice Smith, Tom McCrear ' , Mark Moore. Bridget Reeves knows how to jam. Speech . . . A % M| Hw -0 w ' ° r ' 1 BL ' ii 1 1 BP 1 S f ■{:.•■ ■ f ' .?i H ■ ' m 1 Mrs. Alice Goodrum gives out sweep- stake awards. Mike Hawkins and Robert Crabtree Many times every school year, a group of Titans climb out of bed at 5:30 on Saturday morning. What could possibly draw some- one to do this? Those kids are the very dedicated mem- bers of the Speech Team, and they do it to practice their art of speaking and drama. The speech team is dedicated to develop- ing public expression. Through the rehearsal of their various categories they perfect the skills necessary to be a convinc- ing, effective speaker. Richard Caudill keeps the members laughing. Cindy Anderson, Renae Osborn, Edwin Marshall, Eric Greene, Amy Michael, and Tom McCreary. 94 NFL National Forensic League NFL members. First row: Scott Mallott, Susan Price, Amy Michael, Bridget Reeves, Renae Osborn, Portia Scholar, Sharon Maye, Mrs. Goodrum, sponsor. Second row: Jeft Davis, Richard Caudill, Daniel Stock, Susan Maxwell, Darleen Mathews, Gina Durham, Cindy Anderson. Third row: Tim Reed, Ruthe Brown, Tom McCreary. Below: NFL Speech contest held at Ben Davis. Renae Osborn, Ruthe Brown, Joe Brown, Amy Michael, Roger DeBruler, Scott Mallott, Leann McElroy, Sharon Maye, Fred Lane, Angie Watson, Bridget Reeves. Team members practice their speeches during their lunch hour and other free periods. Team sponsor Mrs. Goodrum provides the constructive criticism that improves the team to its peak. Categories include. Original Oratory, Oratorical Interpretation, Dramatic and Humorous Interpreta- tion, Poetry and Prose Reading, Dramatic Duo, Impromptu, Extemporaneous, Radio and T.V, Broadcast- ing, and Discussion. Individuals receive points depending on their ranking in each round. Those who accumulate enough points are initiated into the National Forensic League. The N.F.L. is an organization of excellent speakers that have gained 25 points and have shown exceptional forensic ability. Any school with an active speak- ing program can have a chapter. The officers of this year ' s chapter are Bridger Reeves, President, Sharon Maye, Vice-President, Amy Michaels, Secretary and Ruthe Brown, Treasurer. Anyone with an intense desire to speak, who is willing to work hard is more than welcome to join the team. Prosecutor Flint ponders his next. Sin IS sin by any name! Aisi i. The widow Nancy Lee tells her story. Guilty or innocent? This was a phrase often heard during the fall play. Night of January 16th, directed I by Mrs. Alice Goodrum. Was Bjorn Falker killed by his Secre- tary-Mistress , Karen Andre (Amy. Michael)? Prosecuting Attorney Flint (Dan Stock) says yes! Can Defense Attorney Stevens (Sharon Maye) prove him wrong . . . ? Prosecution calls . 96 Defense attorney Stevens waits for a surprise witness. And what did you do next? The jury listens carefully to each testimony. 97 Drama Club. Drama Club: First Row; Eric Wright, Joyce Hunter, Tina Stewart, Vice-President, Kathy Mathews, Ruth E. Brown, President, Cindy Anderson, Susan Maxwell, Richard Caudell, Second Row; Kathy Powell, Tom McCreary, Nancy Forbes, Secretary, Tammy Marcum, Debbie Spellman, Row 3; Miss Judith McBride, sponsor, Mike Hawkins, Portia Sholar, Sharon May, Gina Durham, Barbara McNeely, Barbara Humphrey, and Mr. Stan Minks, sponsor. % ' - »■ J Cindy Anderson, Doug Bane, Tammy Marcum, Gwen Waterford. During the one-act " Who ' s Knocking at my Door. " Harry Nelson, Eric Wright, Warren Hoover, Tim Graves, Ruthe Brown, Nancy Forbes, Tom McCreary, Barbara Humphrey, and Tina Stewart. Try to find out why the elevator has stopped. Doug Bane, Gwen Waterlord, Jesse Beard, Cindy Anderson, Tina Stewart, Tom McCreary. Take bows after their per- formance. 98 What would you do if you found yourself stuck in an elevator with eleven other people and a stale fish? Or how about if you ' re babysitting for the first time and the children ' s grandmother unexpectedly drops by, offering to take over, but she calls the chil- dren by the wrong names? Well these situations were acted out by the drama club in their one-act plays, " The Lost Elevator " and " Who ' s That Knock- ing at my Door? " Drama club not only performs the one-acts, but they also work with and perform in the Fall Play and Spring Musicals with Mr. Stan Minks and Miss Judith McBride as sponsors. Drama members learn much about the field of dramatics and have a good time too. To become a Thespian, you must acquire a cer- tain amount of points. To acquire points, Drama Club members are active in plays, they help with make-up, stage design, costumes, and attend per- formances put on by other schools. The officers for 78-79 are Ruth Brown, President; Tina Stewart, Vice-president; Nancy Forbes, Secre- tary; Portia Sholar, Sgt.-at-arms. Any interested person is welcome to attend the meetings and become an active member. Thespians, 1st row: Nancy Forbes, Ruthe Brown, Tina Stewart, Susan Maxwell, Richard Caudell, 2nd row: Miss McBride, sponsor, Sharon May, Tom McCreary, and Mr. Minks, sponsor. Thespian initiation; Miss McBride, Mr. Minks, Joe Brown, Tracie Woods, Frank Meid, Ruthe Brown, Richard Caudell, Nancy Forbes, Eric Goldsmith, Warren Hoover, Susan Maxwell, and Sharon May. s% " «SSS. 55 ;fS Front Row: Geneva James, Elizabeth Fuller, Mr. Roosevelt Griffin, Kathy Ferguson, Paul Murphy, Second Row: Anita Denkins, Gina Durham, Kin Parnell, Wanda Smith, Mrs. Martha Bradshall, Third Row: Nancy Forbes, Tim Curry, William Goodall, Fourth Row: Charles Miller, Mary Fuller, Walter Smith, Not Pictured: Dennis Hayes, Ted Clark Human Relations What are human relations? A good human relationship is understand- ing of one another in a multi-cultural society. The purpose of Tech ' s Human Relations Council is that: To assist in bringing about bet- ter relationships among the students, teach- ers, and the total school community. A good Human Relation starts with yourself. The Council had a successful Performing Arts (in the Forum), and Christmas caroling at nursing homes. The Council has active mem- bers and some associate members who some- times attend meetings. This years officers are President Charles Miller, Vice-President Mary Fuller, Secretary Nancy Forbes, Treasurer Walter Smith, Ser- geant of Arms William Goodall. Sponsors are Mrs. Bradshall and Mr. Griffin. Chess Club In the chess club the members play matches among themselves and occasionally play other schools around the city. The club is divided into two groups: Group A and Group B. Only members of group A play against other schools. Group A consists of Jay Carr, Matt Carter, Kevin Bailey, Alonzo McCaulley and Mark Whitney. Group B consists of Howard Hoover, Tim Curry, Scott Mailot, Jim Turner, and Keith Kil- gore. !00 Front Row: Alonzo McCaulley, Howard Hoover, Kevin Bailey, Jim Turner, Cornelius White, Keith Kilgore, Back Row: Warren Hoover, Jay Carr, Mark Whitney, Not pictured: Scott Malott, Mr. John Kern, Sponsor Front Row; Patrick Groth, Chiquita Pittman, Alan Saloh Second Row: Yolanda Holland, Denise Pranger, Gerald Fowlkes, Back Row: R, F. Browne, Robert Wood, David Botic, Darryl Stearns Stagecraft i V. The plays that are Derformed at Tech would not have been as effective if it hadn ' t been for the Stagecraft Classes. The Stagecraft Classes construct back drops for the stage scenery, do painting, make props and help with the lighting, stage management and sound. They ' ve helped put on the musicals, ballets. Drama Clubs three, One-Act Plays, and FLFFFF. Besides working on stage designs, they also do work around the school. They painted lines on the football field and prepared the auditorium for Hon- ors Day. The stagecraft class is getting ready a scenery for a play in the auditorium. Jay Carr is showing a chess move to the club DECA WINNERS: Kneeling, Donna Shaffer, Debra Adam, Dalphia Laland, Janet Tennant, and Alanna Howe Back Row: Andamo Purvis, Kathy O ' Neill, Herman Wyss, Pauletle Duff, Kevin Barker A student corrects a mistake she made while she was typing. DECA DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) is an organization whicii pro- vides involvement, responsibility, and education for a student interested in business marketing. This year the D.E. (Distributive Education) began their activi- ties early. Many of these activi- ties included selling M M, spon- soring the Titan Shack. The money brought in from these y activities are used for entry fees for com- petition in which D.E. students participate in the District and National contests. Students participate in mer- chandising, cashier- ing, parliamentary procedure and many more involved in sell- ing. ,M r f - " " » H? ' t i Pai-lismentary Procedure Team: Herman Wyss, Kathy O ' Neill, Debra Adam, Dalphia Students are being served by DECA members at the TITIAN SHACK. Laland Chris Cooper looks on as the lOL students work in the lab. lOL Intensive Office Lab lOL — Intensive Office Lab, This course is offered to juniors who are planning a career in office work. By combining advanced typing, clerical practice, and business machines into one course, the stu- dents will be able to see an overall picture of an office in action. The new lab will serve as a new lab room that was built so they can conduct daily office lines as the advanced classes continue to do. Every advanced lOL class is an office Education Association OEA member usually participate in which they compete in different areas of business. But work is not all they do, Christmas parties were held and a special project; fruit basket was taken to a nursing home. Field trips are planned for the future. Sponsors are Mrs. Annabelle Adams, Mrs. Ann Cummings, Mrs. Nancy Watson, Mrs. Cheryl McVay. Reedth takes time out for a smile as she helps a friend. Two lOL students work on their lessons at their desks. Lora Myers studies her book while she relaxes in the lab. Welcome! 104 COE o o P e r a t V e f d f u COE students practice desk work. COE (Cooperative Office Education) is designed to give students with above average grades a chance to practice and sharpen their skills here at Tech. COE finds t he student a job and is four credits per year. Typing is practiced in their in-smooi pt A student practices copying. i05 ICT I.C.T. Industrial Cooperative Train- ing is composed of some 38 students, representing over 12 cooperations. The goals reached by each Junior Senior, through this program are maintaining a B average, a good attendance record, and to become a better working force. I.C.T. will once again honor its many employers at this year ' s annual Appreciation Dinner to be held later next month. Row 1 : Pat Mann, David Ward, Brian Hopper, Dennis Madsen, Rick Odie, George Oats, Bobby Herron. Row 2: Thomas Spearman, Charles Trotter, Jeff Webb, Kevin Caldwell, Phillip Taylor, Rufus Jackson, Darryl Wetzel, Marus Avery. Row 3: Jimmy Walker, Willie Bush, Denny Holt, Jimmy Vanhorn, James Thompson, Tom Whitmer, Mark Wright, Gaylon Owens, Ernie Holmes, ICT coordinator Row 4: Brian Proctor, Gregory Rainey, Ronald Holt, John T. Bates, Joe Thompson, Ron Hooper, Joe Bigelow, Ronald May. Not Pictured: Randall Alexander, Steven Kent, Edward Gordon, Dane Griffin, Larry Wagner. B w a " r q d " s ® t Brain Game Who IS America ' s 25th President? " George Washington, " replies stu- dent representative Dan Stock. OOPS!! The Brain Game Team represents Tech on Channel 13 ' s " Brain Game. " The desired qualifications are: 1) knowledge of a wide variety of facts; 2) ability to recall information quickly; 3) aggressiveness. There are four team members and one alternate. Any Tech student may apply regardless of class standing. The members are Dan Stock, Duane Williams, Jay A. Carr, and Geoffrey Davis. The sponsors are Mrs. McDowell, and Mr. Murphy. The alternate is Stacey Greene. Left to Right; Dan Stock, Duanye Williams, Jay Carr, Geoffrey Davis. Seated, Mrs. f 1cDowell, Sponsor. Adelaide, we love each other and we ' re going to get married. Cheer up! That ' s my happy girl. (Nathan and Adelaide) Ask me how I feel now that we ' re cozy and clinging. (Sara and Sky) 108 Adelaide and the Hot Box Girls: Carol James, Bonnie Harding, Theresa Hapner, Susan Price, Barbara Humphrey, Tina Stewart, Anita Denkins, Sheila Massey, Kathy Mathews, Kathy Hong, and Stephanie Stevens. The crap game ends in a brawl between Sky Masterson and Bug Jule, a hood from Chicago. Tim Curry, Hood, and Mike Keller, Calvin Lee, Mike Wilson, Jeff Rhoads, Marcie Quintana, Walter Smith, Kent Smith, Bobby Shipman, Jay Dan Stock. The plot of Guys and Dolls is centered around typical Broadway characters such as Nathan Detroit, Sky Masterson, Big Jule, Benny Southstreet, Harry the Horse, and Nicely-Nicely Johnson, all gamblers. It involves their girls and their troubles. The chief trouble being the difficulty of deciding between the rolling of the dice and the beating of the heart. There are two love stories equally wacky. The first involves the mercurial Nathan Detroit (Kent Smith), a small but hotshot operator, proprietor of " The Oldest Established Permanant Roating Crap Game in New York. " Detroit is definitely, if not irregularly, devoted to Miss Adelaide (Tina Stewart), a night club canary who heads the Hot Box Girls. They have been engaged for fourteen years, but Wedding Bells have been continually postponed because of Nathan ' s sudden need to dash off to the Saratoga race track, superintend a particularly feverish crap game, and disappear in other mysterious ways — all of which is recounted in " Adelaide ' s Lament. " The other romance concerns Sky Masterson (Jeff Rhoads), a big- time, free-living, free-loving plunger— a night Hawk, as he explains in the nocturnal " My Time of Day " — and Sarah Brown (Tammy Marcum), a Salvation Army lass, head of the gallant, but rundown Save-a-Soul Mission. Complications arise, but in the end every guy and doll is a winner. (Danintus i x atttmo They ' re Green, and they ' re Number One!! Their record shows it, like in the ' 75- ' 76 state competition, and they ' ve been showing it all along. We mean GREEN because when the members of Techoir get together they ' re not BLACK or WHITE, but they ' re GREEN; Tech Green! Techoir ' s motto is " Sing From The Heart. ' vxV 1 " : The motto of the Titan ' s largest singing group is " Canimus ex animo " which means " Sing from the Heart " . This is something we all should try. By the way, they sound great too!! Row 1: Stephanie Gilliam, Angle Lewis, Peagy Stanley. Sheila Massey, Sheha Parker, Brenda Newell, Roberta Deckard Brenda Smi h Tamrny Ma Denkins, Cheryl Trusler, Sharon Maye, JoyceTyn Taylor, Meg Lunn, Mary Dickerson, Valerie Danford, Jeanne Holder, CaM " Lee. R° 2 Erie Green Caria Henson, Sharon Deatrick, Chris Oatts, Mike Wilson, Robin Shipman, Sherrie Van Landingham, Gary Moore, Kathy Hong Roberta R?V ' .D ' f " « Bennett, Sa a rv,„; ic c:.c,n Pri o Rf. ■: Rnnn.p HarHinn Rp« fiarreti Bobbv Shioman. Barbra Humohrev. Tina Cooper, Tim Curry, Ruthe Brown, Dwight Graves, Demitria Cara Henson, bnaron ueatricK, (..nris uans, mme vviiiun, nouin oiuyiinan, oucimc ,a , , ,, u, ,, ,, ., ...v .w, .--..., ■■-••» ' -q-- - HKL:«T,rrraw .c riomitria Dani K Susan Price Row 3: Bonnie Harding, Bev Garrett, Bobby Shipman, Barbra Humphrey, Tina Cooper, Tim Curry, Ruthe Brown, Dwight Graves, Demitria f " .ibson ■ Dana Myers, Richard Caudill, Eric Wright, Donna Woolen, Karen Smith. Row 4; Mike Keller, Ben Vorhees, Carol Jz r,i i ' r.:i]ii__j: 1 „4i, D — b«, uuoUor Cmitk rK rioc Millar isu i-innH Tina itewuart ripWaufip Prirp Guerin Saver. DirBi Cibson, Dana Myers, Richard Caudill, Eric Wright, Donna Woolen, Karen Smith. Row 4; Mike Keller Ben vornees, wroi James, Cathy Hpf Usa Aubrey Jeff RhMds, Bill Harding! Kenneth Booker, Walter Smith, Charles Miller, Jay Hood, Tina Stewart, DeWayne Price, Guerin Saver. Directors Paul Prather and Kandis Brown. 110 Melodayres Row 1: (I. to r.) Peggy Stanley, Roberta Deckard, Bobby Shipman, Ruthe Brown, Kelly Sauer, Tina Cooper, Mike Keller, Tina Stewart, Jay Hood, Lisa Aubrey, Kenny Booker. Which singing group seems to have been caught in a TIME WARP? The Melodayres, you say ' Well not really, even though they are dressed in si xteenth century costumes this year; they are still one of the most up- to-date and active groups at Tech. The Melodayres consists of six gentlemen and six young ladies, who will be performing at contest and various other special interest activities throughout the school year. Yes, to coin an old phrase . . . The Melodayres are really into the " sing " of things this year!! f iliiF ill Girls Ensemble Row 1: Shelia Massey, Roberta Ray, Carol James, Brenda Newell, Anita Denkins, Barbra Humphrey, Dana Meyer. Row 2: Beverely Garrett, Sharon Maye, Kathy Hong, Mrs. Kandis Brown (sponsor). Tammy Marcum, Valerie Danford. ' ill ' I ' ir» W Above: Girls ' Ensemble performs at Christmas in the Round. Left ' Girls ' Ensemble l nows that practice makes perfect. 112 f - " .n, ' - Row 1 ; Eric Wright, Mike Wilson, Charles Miller, Calvin Lee, Ben Vorhees. Row 2: Richard Caudill, Tim Curry, Demetria Gibson, Walter Smith, Jeff Rhoads, Eric Greene. Octette? We have a popular singing group here at Tech that can do a great job of singing, but just can ' t seem to count to eight. That ' s none other than the Boys ' Octette, which has twelve members to its eight member name. These guys may not be good at math, but they are on their toes, as their busy sched- ule requires. Is it the twelve most beautiful faces of Tech or the twelve most beautiful voices of Tech that make up one of the most popular singing groups at Tech? But, in the case of the Girls ' Ensemble, does it really make a difference? Not really, because these busy little ladies are just as enjoyable to watch as they are to listen to. Just ask around! Paul Prather is Director of the Boys ' Octette. 1)3 Row 1 — Patricia Phelps, Cynthia Dickerson, Becky Booker, Regina Bonds, Debbie Whitlock, Margaret Wiley, Patricia Rush, Cheryl McNary, LaShalle Hiser, Carmena Shirley. Row 2 — Mary Fuller, Rosie Woods, Lolita Howard, Christy Everts, Liz Coons, Brenda Carruthers, Cynthia White, Sherry Strough, Anita Martin. Row 3 — Melinda Keillor, Teresa Hapner, Evelyn Jenkins, Tempest Grundy, Dons Hall, Andrea Godwin, Carol Barnett, Lestine Ford, Joann Davis, Brenda Stewart, Kim Snith, Gizele Roberson. Concert Clubs . . . 114 Row 1 ; Harry Nelson, Chris Davis, Billy Goodall, Bryan Allen, Jeff Wallace, Cleveland Harvey, Charles Resnover Row 2: David Cook, Marty Corpuz, Marcelino Quantana, Frank Poventud, Tom Emery, Paul Wimberly, Lewis Bonds Row 3: Ted Clark, William Harding, James Bell, Richard Quakenbush, Jeffrey Martin, Frank Moore, James Wilson, Brent Rent NOT PICTURED: Silas Evans, Lester Lucas, Damon Tinsley Practice, Practice, Practice . . . Orchestra . Row 1 : Caria Dickerson, Karen Riggin, Debbie Spellman, Melanie Keen, Renae Osborn, Lorie Smith f Row 2: Jay Carr, Valrie Myers, Julie Wilson, Brenda Smith, Valerie Danford, Christina Hightower, Ruthe Browne, Diane Long, Tina Woods, Laura Hockman, Cheryl Trusler, j Kevin Warner, Tammy Marcum | Row 3: Judy Wilson, James Turner, Judy Wat, Temiko Howard, Susan Maxwell, Stephanie Stevens, Ristora Perry, Kathy Hong, Stacey Greene, Anita Jenkens, Diana Evans, ,; Ken Porter, Tammy O ' Neil, Donald Fox, Kathy Hood, Jennifer Howard, Claudette Davis Row 4: Arlene Scott, Sherry Jones, Ron Trussoler, Jennifer Shotwell, Jay Hood, Paul Murphy, John Wilkerson, Cindy Orth, Lori Parrett, Joycelyn Taylor, Caren Stinger, Tom - Curry, Brian Osborn, John Hiners, Darrell Bledsoe, Chris Davis, Felitia Oatts, Dana Myers, Tim Dixon, Kim Gardner Row 5: Donna Mathis, Ronald Pressman, Tom Going, Mike Killer, Scott Middleton Arlene Soots is just fiddlin ' around. Lisa Aubrey and Richard Caudill are practicing? 116 Row 1: (I. to r.) Richard Caudill, Lisa Aubrey, Renee Osborn, Laura Hockman, Debbie Spellman, James Turner, Valerie Myers, Karen Riggin, Caria Dickson Dana Myers, Jay Carr, Lori Smith, Arlene Soots, Kim Gardner. String Ensemble String Ensemble performs at " Christmas in the Round. ' Bell Choir Rings . . . The Bell Choir rings with Christmas spirit at " Christmas in the Round. ' Row 1 : (Seated) Vickie Jones, Diana Evans, Joycelyn Taylor, Gwen Waterford, Bonnie Harding, Caria Henson, Marlene Anderson, Tammy Hunter. Row 2: Bev Garrett, Diane Long, Tom Curry, Phylis Hampton, Mike Keller, Alicia Anderson, Nancy Bull. 18 Stage Band Row 1: Donald Shaw, Vesa Tuomi, Alfred Officer, Diane Long, Donald Fox, Piano — Joycelyn Taylor. Row 2 Brian Osborne, John Hinners, Caren Stinger, Daryl Jones, Drums — Mike Keller Row 3: Jerry Wagner, Lonnie Garrett, Tom Harris. Not shown Tom Curry, Ken Porter. Vesa Tuomi an exchange student from Finland practices his saxophone. Stage Band practices before a performance. 119 Symphonic Band Row 1 ■ Anila Denkins, Stacey Greene, Stephanie Stevens, Tina Woods, Christine Hightower, Valerie Danford, Ruthe Brown, Diane Long. Row 2 Ristoria Parry, Vicki Jones, John Wilkerson, Cindy Orth, Carol Barnett, Janet Mumaw. Row 3; Ken Porter, Diana Evans, Tammy O ' Neil, Lori Leisring Alfred Officer, Dawn McManama, Donald Fox, Donald Shaw, Caren Stinger, Jay Hood. Row 4; Jerry Gallen, Tom Curry, Lonnie Garrett, Jerry Wagner, Joycelyn Taylor, Tommy Curren, Steve Ross, Brian Osborn, John Hinners, Rodney Powell, Chris Davis. Drums— Ronald ' Presswood, Mike Keller, Scott Middleton, Tom Going. Not Shown— Duane Williams, Tom Harris Symphonic Bond 120 Instructor, Mr. Edward Evans B a n d Concert Band During Practice M H N . 9 f T JL: . A Row 1; Robin Urban, Kathy O ' Neil, Julie Tepee, Stephanie Stevenson, Kathy Ferguson, Nancy Davis, Teresa Hamilton, Michele Mahurin, Laura Myers, Angle Piety, Kathy Upchurch, Tammy O ' Neil, Rhonda Marlow, Teresa Sebastion, Kathy Sebastion, Gayle Stackhouse. Row 2: Diana Evans — Drum Major, Diane Long, Janet Mumau, Tina Woods, Juanita Grant, Tammy Nolan, Johnna Jordan, Valeri Danford, Christine Hightower, Sharon Maye, Joycelin Taylor — Drum Major. Row 3: Marci Quintana, Tina Quintana, Ristoria Perry, William Goodall, Randy Mills, Anita Denkins, Vicki Jones, Lori Milburn, Ray Ingram, Paul Murphy, Derek Jefferson. Row 4: Kathy Hood, Caren Stinger, Brian Osborne, Rodney Powell, John Hinners, Tom Curry, Lonnie Garret, Tom Curren, John Wilkerson, Jerry Wagner, Jay Hood, Chris Davis. Row 5: Charles Hapner, Scott Stackhouse, Mike Keller, Kenny Edwards, Scott Middleton, Tom Going. Not Shown: Tina Marsh, Tom Harris, Stacey Greene, Jesse Beard, Mr. Lee Barricklow, Band Director, Miss Karen Nagy, Majorette Sponsor. Drum Majors Majorettes Diana Evans, Joycelyn Taylor Row 1 ; Teresa Hamilton, Laura Myers, Michele Mahurin, Kathy Ferguson Row 2: Tina Marsh, Kathy Upchurch, Robin Urban, Nancy Davis, Sponsor, Karen Nagy Row 3: Stephanie Stevenson, Rhonda Marlow, Kathy Sebastion, Kathy O ' Neil Row 4; Teresa Hapner, Angie Piety, Gayle Stackhouse, Tammy O ' Neil, Julie Teepe 1 23 Foreign Language Lights Standing Back: Kim Parnell, Katrenia Sims, Raymond Ingram, Karen Glenn, MarcelinoQuintana. Standing Front: David Wickliff, Rhonda Herring, Darlene Matthews, Portia Sholar, Nancy Forbes, Jocelyn Grigsby, Althea Kennedy. Front Seated: Carolle Griffin, Regina Halfacre, Cassandra Bell, Valencia Simmons, Tonya Childers, Lynn Simms Spanish Spanish Club has many active members. The club has had a suc- cessful taco party and boutique. The members and Spanish students made hand crafts to sell. The Spanish Club Christmas Party was at the Interna- tional Center. Spanish classes and club members had an active part in FLFFFF. Spanish club has had many candy sells for students planning to journey to Mexico. A group of students from Tech go every year to a foreign country. Everyone enjoys himself learns, and improves his language. Officers for 1978-1979 are as follows: Valencia Simmons, President. Nancy Forbes, Vice President. Rhonda Her- ring, Treasurer. Lynn Simms, Secre- tary. German The German Club sold T-shirts say- ing Tech Deutsch Klub and also sold candy to make money for their club. They are also making plans to visit a German village in Michigan called Frankenmuth. Sow 1 : John Choriatas, Mr. Stanley, Tom Curren, Natalie Gore, Elaine Riggins, Row 2: Janet Mumau, Gina Durham, Ellen Garlan. The Life Of Students French This year the French club met every Tuesday at 3:20 right after classes ended. Some of their activi- ties consisted of going to French restaurants and selling candy. They plan to visit Kings Island with the Spanish club and also plan a International dinner with other clubs. On spring vacation, or on sum- mer vacation they plan to take a trip to Montreal. Kneeling: Ruthe Brown, James Turner Standing: Duane Williams, Lisa Aubrey, Richard Caudill, Caria Henson, Mrs. Wine, sponsor. French Officers French Club officers Lisa Aubrey, Ruthe Brown, CarIa Henson, Richard Caudill !25 Row 1 — Jeff Martin, Clyde Lewis, Mark Chumley. Row 2 — Teresa Moore, Sherry Strough, Leah Arteberry. Row 3 — John F. TIncher, John Williams, (sponsors). Vesa Tuomi. Not pictured Ronald Trusler and James Ottinger. 126 A n f o P o I o g y c I u b The Anthropology Club studies people, both primitive as well as modern. They visit museums, historic state parks and burial mounds. They often have lectures and study animal remains. Mr. John F. Tincher sponsors the club. Sherry Strough is president. Vesa Tuomiis, vice presi- dent and Leah Arteberry is treasurer. Every Tuesday night after school the Bowling Club meets to see which team is the best. The teams are divided into three or four players and play each other for the fun of it and the competition. They bowl on the handicap system where no matter how bad you are in bowling you always have a chance to win. At the end of the year the top teams will receive trophies for their performance. O " W o Bft A T C l C J l The Genealogy Club is a new club at Tech this year. Genealogy (the study of the descent of a person or family from an ancestor) is one of the fastest growing hobbies in the United States! Students interview relatives and check old family Bibles and start making family group charts. These charts usually go back to ancestors who were living in 1 900 or the late 1800 ' s. With this information, students learn to check census records, cemetery records, birth, death and marriage records, land records, military records, naturalization records, etc . . . Students also find out about family traditions. They also learn about old houses, farms, furniture, pictures, recipes, heirlooms, etc. Of special interest are old Christmas and Easter decorations and traditions from the old country. Club members make visits to the Indiana State Library (Genealogical section), Marion County Public Libraries, the City-County Building, local cemeteries, and Ye Olde Genealogy Shoppe. From time to time guests come to talk to the club. Students learn a great deal about research, history, geography, and medical records while they are looking for their ancestors. This is a life-long hobby! c I u b Tech Hosts New Math Society Row 1 : Ellen Garlan, Jennifer Childers, June Sanderson, Mellnda King, Elizabeth Coons, Susan Price, Gayle Gowdy, Row 2: Karen Riggin, Kim Gardner, Tonya Childers, Kevin Bailey, Danny Hodges, Anthony Warfield, Nguynn Daotian, Row 3: Jackie Bender, John Tyner, Pam Ireland, Stacey Greene, Dan Stock, llias Sotos, Row 4: Marilyn Hoffman, Ron Ireland, Sponsors Tech students acquired a new association for the advancement and glorification of mathematics. The nationally organized Mu Alpha Theta Mathematics Society came to Titan-land. Tech is only the second school in Indianapolis to sponsor the society. Society members go on field trips, study mathematical sciences, and solve more complex equations than they would meet in class. The society appeared just in time, as the old math club had ceased to be. This year ' s officers are Duane Williams, June Sanderson, Anthony Warfield and llias Sotos. e X Ai u 129 C-h-e-e-r- They yell, scream, jump up and down and encourage the enthusiasm of the crowd. Take a guess who it is. The cheer- leaders, varsity, reserve, and freshman. It takes more than just good looks, to be a cheerleader, it takes hard work and dedication, and last but not least a big mouth. " Titans are you ready to rock steady? " Good luck this year cheerleaders, and keep on yelling in " 79 " . Varsity The cheerleaders watch the pompoms go. The spirit rising — varsity cheerleaders: on top: Sheila Massey, Vanessa Williams, Malinda King. Bottom: Debbie Adam, Tammy Marcum, Kathy Hong. Tammy Marcum cheers Tech on. 130 l-e-a-d-e-r-s The face that prays Reserve Cheerleaders: Top; Stacy Jackson Middle; Judy Wilson Bottom; Cynthia Anderson, Janet Tenant, Barbara Humphrey Freshman Cheerleaders (left to right) Top; Shellan Anderson, Mary Mason, Cynthia Anderson, Dawn Adam, Adrienne Jackson, DeppieSpellman Cheerleaders listen lo iviiss iNagv duiruiLj a practice. 132 Tech Key Club: An Active Group The Tech Key Club has been a very active group this year. The group has been rated tenth in the state of Indi- ana, and anticipate to move up even further in the coming year. Some of the Key Clubbers activities include: collecting money for the Jerry Lewis telethon, sponsoring the Home- coming, ringing bells for the Salvation Army, a canned food drive, candy sales, and participating in the Indiana District Convention in French Lick, Indiana. Diana Evans, president, begins each meeting with the Pledge of Alle- giance, followed by the Lord ' s Prayer, also led by Diana Evans. The secre- tary, Lisa Aubrey, manages monthly reports sent out to the Key Club Gov- ernor. The Key Club takes pride in what it stands for, and hopes to become even stronger in the future. Dane Griffin, Robert Poteet, Tom Going, Ciieryi Trusler, Sherry Strough, Diana Evans, Tina Stewart, Carol Griffin. Row 2; Arnie Lehman (sponsor), Janet Sims, Paula Dotson, Chris Webb, Lisa Aubrey, Jay Hood, Susan Marwell. ,1 ' " " - 134 Junior Council Starts Out On The Right Foot Front Row: Sponsor; Mrs. Storms, Linda Parish, Portia Sholar, Kathy Ferguson, Terry Woods, Julie Teepe, Barbara Humphrey. Second Row: Tom Going, Carol James, David Anderson, Cynthia Anderson, Alfonzo Stoval, Gerard Lorick. Not Pictured: Tina Stewart, Dianne Adam, Tracy Wilson. President Portia Sholar explains what ' s first on the agenda. This year the Junior Council is getting back together and starting out on the right foot. The main function of the council is to help in the planning of the Prom. Selling buttons and having dances help on the expen- ses. Out of 60 students who applied for the council, 1 5 were picked to represent the CLASS OF 1 980. Class Of 8 The Council is interested in the Junior class. 135 SAO In Action Working hard trying to handle tough tasks and solv- ing many problems of the student body, the SAO (Stu- dent Affairs Organization) members have accom- plished many throughout this school year. The SAO have had car washes to help make money,- a student v. faculty basketball game was held with a 50 ' s dance following the game. All of the proceeds of this amusing game goes into a scholarship fund in which a senior is chosen by faculty members to receive the money towards college. The officers this year were President — Marilyn Lucas, Vice-President — Sharon Maye, Secretary — Carol James, Treasurer — Richard Caudell, Sgt.-at- Arms — Robbie Longston. This was SAO ' s rebuilding year, the purpose is to get students interested into school activities. Secretary Carol James takes notes while Richard Caudill looks on. SAO members listen closely. Dawn Brown, Gina Durham, Eric Wright, Richard Caudill, Mrs. Sanders, Sponsor. ROW 2: Sherry Strough, Wanda Smith, Nancy Davis, Cheryl Truslar, Marilyn Lucas, Susan Maxwell. ROW 3: Carol James, Robbie Logston, Chris Webb, Dan Stock, Tom McCreary. 37 Messengers LORETTA COGGINS, THE ONLY FOUR YEAR MESSENGER ENGLISH OFFICER MESSENGERS ENGLISH OFFICE MESSENGERS 133 DEAN ' S OFFICE MESSENGERS NURSES MESSENGERS 139 Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a club of athletes at Tech. The whole club is centered around participating against other Christians at other schools, and at the same time learn- ing to help other people with life and its prob- lems. The President of the club is Paul Allen, one of the starters on Tech ' s basketball team. He teaches others to help themselves and sets an example for himself by acting as a Fellow- ship of Christian Athletes member. Row 1 — Dennis Allengsworth, Bryan Johnson, Lament Patterson, Darryl Roberson. Row 2 — Brent Fields, Paul Mahern, Eric Green, Paul Allen, Larson Turner, Coach Ernest Cline. 140 IeF ar Thespian Teamwork TECH 141 Students in Tech ' s vocational classes not only learn a lot, but they enjoy the process. Special projects are often worked on as part of class. Gonzales Hillman, for instance, worked diligently with a computer- ized lathe to produce — a birthday card for his girl. Seamstresses made costumes, and other voca- tional classes produced a variety of objects. Gonzales Hillman designs special birthday card Students use disc sander in woodworking Seamstress enjoys her work u: Foreign Language Fun For Flight Fare Once a year the foreign language department gets together and presents their annual Foreign Language Fun for Flight Fare. Each foreign language club partici- pates, this includes the French, Latin, Spanish, and German clubs. Each club member puts his or her ideas together with other students to bring to the stage an interesting and hilarious program. The crazy costumes they wear and the many laughs they receive are all the evidence they need to realize they have accom- plished their goal. Master of Ceremonies Amy Michael speaks Debbie Speldman and Valerie Meyers show off their musical talents from French club. The Hilo Hop makes everyone move. Bonne Chance Buena Suerte Good Luck Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer played by Roger DeBruler can ' t play in any reindeer games. 4 .1 Drink up French club. This is a stiff play. Ruth Brown helps to interpret. U5 ' ' F vl5 ' Tech 300s entertainment track meet Tech 300 has been in progress since 1976. This program was designed for students with problems such as not wanting to go to school (dropouts), financial problems, and students that need individual help from a teacher. Tech 300 staff and teachers really deserve some appreciation for devot- ing so much of their time to helping these students. This program was not only to help students with their problems in school. Last year, 1978, the Tech 300 students were taken out side of school for activities such as Ice-Capades at Market Square arena. Holiday on Ice, and camping. This year they have done even more. They were taken to the Pacer game, they ' ve had parties, dances, and lots of other things. And the year ' s not over yet!!! Debbie Shaw, Wanda Guerin, Kim Netherland and Jane Evans Tech 300s cheerleaders r W Tech 300s costume talent contest. Debbie Shaw being interviewed by Dottie Ingalls. Tech 300s football game. 147 ROTC New And Improved This year ' s ROTC battalion was new from top to bottom. New instructors checked in, in the forms of SFC Aratha Smith, and the new SAI, 1st Neris Wil- lis. Eight new officers appeared from OCS. And finally, the battalion formed a new drill team. But the most significant change in the battalion, was the new achieve- ments made. Tech won first place in the Veteran ' s Day Parade marching contest. A new system of training, where seniors teach juniors to fill their positions, was installed. Even the extracurricular activities improved. The rifle team improved tremen- dously. They fired 200 points over the team average up to 1400 points. Team commander Duane Williams said, " We ' re 100% better. " The IDR drill team, under new Com- mander Reese Greer, was larger in ' 78 than in the past 4 years. They were ready for the year ' s first drill meet, a feat not mastered last year. The boys started a new exhibition drill team this year. ' A ' team com- mander Bobby Johnson led the regu- lar exhibition style, while ' B ' team leader Charles Jackson concentrated more on Marine style of drill. Staff officers were more functional this year than ever before. And even the barracks were renovated. ROTC is proud of its achievements this year. It can only get better. Brigade Commander Col. Duane Williams Instructors left to right: m sgt James McDaniels, Ist sgt. Nerls Willis, Sfc Asters Smith. Company Commanders: Left to right: Maj. Bobby Johnson, Capt. Alfred Officer, Capt. Charles Jackson. 148 Battalion Staff 1st: BNCO Denny Holt, SI Mark Gulp, S5 Dennis Stokes, BNXO Dan Stock, 2nd: S2 Steve Bush, S3 John Wilkerson, 34 Charles Bear. The Staff stays in line. Front Row: 2nd Lt. Tod Johnson, Ma|. John Wilkerson, Capt. Steven Bush, Ma|. Bobby Johnson, 2nd Lt. Reese Greer, 1st Lt. Jeffrey Owens, Row 2: Lt. Col. Dan Holt, Capt. Alfred Officer, 1st Lt. Mark Gulp, 2nd Lt. Terry Woods, Capt. Alice Fletcher, 2nd Lt. Mary Murphy, Capt. Charles Bear. Bobby Johnson commands his company in the Veteran ' s Day parade. The staff looks proud in a ceremony. 149 t Tti Largest unit in parade, marches to a first place finish. Battalion Staff proceeds the unit past the reviewing stand; it ' s now or never. •(50 Boys ' Exhibition Drill Team — Front Row: Mark Gulp, Bobby Johnson, Charles Jackson — Commander, Middle Row: Jeffrey Owens, Auzzie Heard, Ozzie Hert, Reginald McDade, Top Row: Michael Jackson, Thomas Fowlkes, Mark Lee, Jodie Clay. Boy ' s Exhibition Drill team was once again in good form. They practiced every morning before school: to learn their form of drill, it was necessary. The drill they perform does not come from any manual. It ' s choreographed by the drill team commander. Whether fancy movements or spinning rifles precariously overhead, it ' s all pushed to perfection. Maj. Bobby Johnson should be able to whip his team into great shape. Tony Chapman is left up in the air during a performance. ROTC offers just as much fun to the girls as they offer dedication. One Activity that only the gals can do is the girls exhibition drill team. Though they drill with rifles, their turns, snaps and pivots are just that much more complex. Though small this year, c 2lt Jerry Woods, the commander, should still field a good competition. Girls ' Exhibition Drill Team— Kneeling: Terry Woods, Janet Phelps, Middle Row: Joyce Smith, Dimita Campbell, Back Row: Barbara Evans, Sherry Harris, Katrina Hooten. 151 Row 1: Daniel Stock, Tony Burks, Steven Richardson, Jerry Dodson, Andrew Munden, Curtis Chapman. Row 2: Troy Crim, Daniel Perez, Anthony Thompson, Barry Mallery, Robert Barnett, Harry Jones. Row 3: Rhillip Groggs, Warner Colyer, Keith Martin, David Murry, John Holcomb, Reese Greer. Boy ' s IDR is interested in only one type of drill precision. Everything they do is spelled out clearly in a manual. To be the best, they most exercise each movement with exact perfection; that is a skill which must be taught. IDR got an early start this year under new commander Reese Greer, appear- ing in a quick drill meet. By years end, they should collect some trophies. Back Row: c pvt Ronald Stiers, c 1 1t. Dan Stock, 3 1 It Keith Martin, c cpt Charles Bear. Front Row; c col. Duane Williams, c 2 It. Todd Johnson, c cpt Charles Jackson, c l It. Mark Culp. This year ' s rifle team was vastly improved. From the jest of the city, (6th to 8th place), they moved up to 15th in one match. The individual average was 235 points for each of the six team members. The team overall moved from 1200 points a match up to 1400 points a match. " We ' re 100% better than last year, " commented commander Duane Williams. The team fires after school every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. " All it takes is practice, that ' s all they need, " was the observation of sponsor, MSG James Mac Daniels. Kneeling: Charles Jackson, Charles Callahan, j Mark Culp. Standing: Brion Thompson, Michael I Shelton, Rodney Brown, Kevin McDave. I Tech is unusual, in that it has two ij color guards a boy ' s and a girls. The j color guards present the national and state flags at all athletic events. They also march as a separate unit in all of the battalion ' s ceremonies. Both the boy ' s and girls color guards perform at other ceremonies by request. Com- mander of the girl ' s color guard is c 2LT Terry Woods; while c cpt Charles I Jackson led the boy ' s unit. : Girls ' Color Guard — Terry Woods, Janet Phelps, Dimita Campbell, Barbara Evans. Flag Detail — Kneeling: Auzzie Heard, Curtis Chapman, Michael Jackson, Reginald McDade, Standing: Mark Lee, Dan Stock, Jodie Clay, Tyrone Taylor. One of our battalions most important services to the school is the raising and lowering of the national flag. Weather permitting, you ' ll see the flag detail in front of the cafeteria every morning and afternoon, tending the nation ' s symbol. Though small, the detail strives hard to pay honor to the country ' s emblem. C 1 LT Mark Lee is the detail commander this year. Tech ' s ROTC battalions provides another valuable service to the school: Band- guard helps keep the athletic events under control; they keep spectators out of where they don ' t belong. This year ' s commander is C 1LT Mark Gulp. - i ' ».-• 4 ) ' W Boys ' Color Guard performs in Veterans ' Day Parade. Band Guard— Kneeling: C SSG Richardson, C PFC Thompson, C ' lLT Culp— CO, C SFC Burks, C SFC Stokes, C PVT Chapman, C CPL Hall. Standing— 1st Row: C PFC Sims, C SFC McDade, C CPL Jackson, C SGT Heard, C SFC Mallory. 2nd Row: C PFC Akers, C. MSG Woods, C 2LT Greer, C CPT Jackson. NOT PICTURED: C 1LT Owen— X0,C 1LT Chapman. 153 FRiaLITi E nirniiiSTr FiTiEi ■X -ujr.. ii IL =-- ' ' fc Administration, Faculty, Staff -. V Ward Whalin Assistant to the principal Wallace Potter Vice-principal in charge of personnel Robert Stockard Vice-principal in charge of pupils James Stewart Vice-principal in charge of Adult Eveninc School Karl Schneider Director of pupil programming 156 ] tv . Mahlon Carlock Business manager Ithel Shoemaker Director IPS Career Education Center } Gaylord Allen Director of guidance I Lewis Marshall Director of Buildings and Grounds Kenneth Bayless Adult Education Robert Meyer Director of Student Activities 157 Sam DudkowskI IPS Career Assistant Director Richard Shock Director of Special Education Ernest Holmes Director of Industrial Training Cecil T. Tresslar Director of Publications John Miner Director of the House Plan William Guess Director of Data Processing Howard Catt Athletics director Alice Cleveland Goodrum Speech director Mar|orie Lapping Audiovisual Elizabeth Baltz Tech 300 director Ivan Moreman Pupil Attendance Director Delsie Shoemaker Distributive Education Director Ann Cummins Marjorie Parker Intensive Office Labora- Cooperative Office Edu tory Coordinator cation Coordinator Judith Miessen Media Center Director Hester Hale Assistant librariar 159 John Hurley Asst. Dean of Boys Sharon Parrett Asst. 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Leah 72, 83, 1 74 ATKINS, Shirley 83 AUBREY, Kristina 72, 83 AUBREY. Lisa 90, 110. tit, 116, 117, 174 AUSTIN, Lisa 72, 83 AVERY, Marcus 72, 83, 106 AVERY, Quentin 72, 83 BACON, Barbara 72 BACON, Janice 72, 83 BAIRD. Dons 172 (faculty) BAKER. Cynthia 174 BAKER. David 174 BAKER. Pamela A. 72, 83, 1 74 BALTZ, Elizabeth 159 (faculty) BARKER, Kevin 83 BARNARD. Sandra 162 (staff) BARNETT, Carol 114 BARNETT, Robert 152 BARRICKLOW, Lee 164(faculty) BARTLEY, Christopher 72, 83 BARTON, Daniel 72, 83, 1 74 BARTON, Donald 62, 174 BATES. John T. 106 BAUERLE, Beth 72, 83, 174 BAUGH, Robert 72, 83 BAYLESS, Kenneth 157 (faculty) BEACH. Tammy 83 BEALL. Howard 166 (faculty) BEAM, Louis 83 BEAR, Charles 72, 83, 90, 148, 149, 152, 174, 18 BEARD, Frank 33 BEARD. Fred 33 BEASLEY, NoTVie 83 BECK, Michael 72, 83 BELL, Carlos 170 (faculty) BELL, Dametrice 72, 83 BELL, James 114 BELL, Patricia 83 BELL, Rick 39 BELLAMY. 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Loretta 25, 73, 83, 90, 91, 1 75 COGGINS, Wynona91 COLBERT, William 73 COLE, Brenda 73 COLE, Steve 73, 83 COLEMAN, Elsa 83 COLEMAN, Fannie 165 (faculty) COLEMAN, West 83 COLLINS, Deborah 73, 83, 175 COLLINS, Larry 73 COLLINS, P,G 175 COLLINS. Robert 161, 169, 172 (faculty) COLYER, Warner 152 COMBS, Lora 1 75 COMSTOCK, Diane 169 (faculty) CONWAY, Gary 164 (faculty) COONS. Elizabeth 114 COOK, David COOK, Fred 163 (faculty) COOKS, Sally 175 COOPER, Janice 161 (faculty) COOPER, Kristina 73, 83, 110, 111, 175 COOPER, Troy 73, 74, 83 CORCORAN, Mike 163 (faculty) COREEN, Renee83 CORPEZ. Marty 114 CORK, Darryl 163 (faculty) COTTONGIM, Dwayne 83 COUSIN, Gina 74, 83 COUSIN, Melvin 83 COUSIN, Stella 74, 83. 175 COWHERD, Fehsha COX, William 10 COX, Florence 162 (faculty) CRABTREE, Robert 74, 83. 94, 175 CRAIG, Dewayne 24 CRAWFORD, John 62 CRAWFORD, Karen 74, 83, 175 GRIM, Troy 1 52 CROOKE, Robert 166 (faculty) CRUSSER, David 166 (faculty) CSIKY, Lois 169 (faculty) CULP, Mark 74, 83, 148, 149, 151, 152, 153,188 CUMMINS, Ann 159 (faculty) CURLIN, John 163 (faculty) CURREN, Toml22 CURRY, Tim 39, 110, 113 CURRY, Tom 38, 74, 83, 1 16, 1 18, 1 22 CUSHINGBERRY, Edward 74, 83, 1 75 DAILY, Donald 161 (faculty) DALE, Belinda 74, 83, 175 OALTON, Dons 163 (faculty) DANFORD.ValenellO, 112, 119, 122 DANHEISER, Tom (faculty) 169 DANIEL, Darren 83 DANIEL, Dwight 83 DANIELS, Sara 110 DAOTIEN, Nguyen 69, 74, 83 DARTIS, Terry 74, 83, 175 DAULTON, Chnstopher83 DAVIES,Will 168 (faculty) DAVIS, Chris 90, 91, 114, 116, 122, 144 DAVIS, Ed 162 (faculty) DAVIS, Gary 68, 83. 90 DAVIS, Geoffrey 50, 95 DAVIS, Ginny 74, 175 DAVIS, Jimmy 30, 31 DAVIS, Joann 114 DAVIS, Kenny 163 (faculty) DAVIS, Linda 169 (faculty) DAVIS, Nancy 68, 69, 74, 83, 1 22, 1 23, 1 36, 1 75 DAVIS, Randall 83 DAVIS, Theresa 83 DAVIS, Tom 167 (faculty) DAVIS, Virginia 83 DAVIS, Walter 171 (faculty) DAVIS, Wanda 74, 83, 175 DAVIS, Zoerline 1 60, 1 72 (faculty) DAY, Lorraine 83 DEATRICK, Sharon 110, 175 DECKARD, Roberta 110, 111 DEBURGER, Danny 74, 84, 1 75 DEBRULER. Roger 95, 145 DEMMARY, Kent 170 (faculty) DEMUS, Elsie 162 (faculty) DENKINS. Anita74, 84, 110, 112, 122 DICKERSON, Caria 116, 117 DICKERSON, Cynthia 114 DICKERSON, Mary 74, 84, 1 10 DIXON, Tim 116 DOCKINS, Pamela 175 DODSON, Jerry 152 ELLIOT, Harold 167 (faculty) EMERY, Tom 114 ESSETT, La Jane 74, 84 EUBANKS, Dennis 91 EVANS, Barbara 151, 152 EVANS, David 166 (faculty) EVANS, Diana 69, 74, 84, 116, 1 18, 122, 123, 175 EVANS, Ed 164 (faculty) EVANS, Hollis 24 68, 74, 84, 90, 175 EVANS, Jane 146 EVANS, Linda 84 EVANS, Michael 84 EVANS, Sandra 74, 84 EVANS, Silas 114 EVANS, Wayne 84 EVERTS, Christy 114 FARLEY, John 170 (faculty) FARLEY, Susan 91 FARR, Kenny 84 FAULKES, Thomas 175 FEIGERT, Judy 168, 172 (faculty) FERGUSON, Kathy 122, 123 FERNANDEZ, Steve 38, 44 FIELDS, Brent 14, 30, 74, 84, 175 FIELDS, Ernestine 165 (faculty) FINE, Senne 165 (faculty) FINKTON, Joann 84 (faculty) FINNEY, Karen 169 (faculty) FISCHER, Thomas 84 FLETCHER, Alice 74, 84, 148, 188 FLOYD, L. 175 FOLLIS, Alberta 162 (faculty) FOLSON, Shern 74, 84, 175 FORBES, Nancy 25, 91, 175 FORD, Lestine 114 FORD, Michael 175 FORD, Robert 169, 172 (faculty) FOWLKES, Gerald 84 FOWLKES, Thomas 74, 84, 151 FOX, Don 116, 119 FOX, Harry 84 FOX, Henry 44, 74 FOX, Robert 62, 63 FRANKLIN, Anita 175 FRANKLIN, Kevin 84 FREEMAN, Joyce 165 (faculty) FREEMAN, Tim 84, 175 FRITTER, Lois 74, 84 FROST, Jerry 63 FRYE, Lois 165 (faculty) FUGATE, Tanya 74, 84, 175 FULLER, E 175 FULLER, Jane 162 (faculty) FULLER, Mary 74, 84, 1 14, 175 GAITHER, Sharri 84 GAITHER, Tem84 GARDNER, Kim 69, 75, 85, 1 1 6, 1 1 7, 1 75 GARNER, Deborah 1 75 GARNETT, June 1 67 (faculty) GARRETT, Beverly 75, 84, 110, 112, 118, 175 GARRETT, Carol 84 GARRETT, D 175 GARRETT, Karen 84 GARRETT. Lonnie 119, 122 GARTRELL, Chns 75, 84, 1 75 GEORGE, David 38, 39, 40, 165 (faculty) GERHART, Linda 75,84, 175 GIBSON, Debra 84 GIBSON, Demitna 110, 113 GILBERT, Bnce 75, 84 GILBERT, Sandra 84 GILLIAM, Stephanie 110 GILLIUM, Paul84 GILMORE, Selina 18 GLASCO, Charles 84 GLASCO, Rayo 84 GLASCO, Kip 63 CLICK, Mike 38 GLORE. Kim 175 CLOVER. Richard 168 (faculty) CODSEY, Jim39 GODWIN, Andrea lU COERTMILLER, Eliz 165 (faculty) GOING, Tom 44, 116, 122, 175 GOING, Tom 44, 116. 122, 175 GOLDEN, Sandra 84 GOODALL, William 75, 84, 1 14, 122, 175 GOODMAN, Gloria 84 GOODRUM, Alice 94, 95, 96, 1 59 (faculty) GORDON, Edward 84, 106 GORE, Natalie 93 GOVAN, Ronald 62 GOWDY, Don 39, 40 GOWDY, Gayle 75, 84, 175 GRADY, Carol 84 GRADY, Edward 62, 63 GRANT, Juanita 122 GRANEY, William 161 (faculty) GRAVES, Dewite 110 GRAVES, Stanley 75, 84, 90 GRAVES, Timothy 175 GRAVES, William 33 GRAYSON, Allison 75. 84, 1 75 GRAYSON, Donna 75, 84 GREEN, Carmen 75, 175 GREEN, Janeen 75,84 GREEN, Robbie 75 GREEN, William 75. 84, 175 GREEN. Yolanda75. 84. 175 GREENE. Eric 30. 75. 84. 94. 1 1 0. 1 1 3 GREENE. Stacey 19.91. 116 GREER. Reese 75. 84. 148. 152. 153. 188 GREGORY, Donna 84 GREGORY, Sherry 75, 84, 1 75 GRIFFIN, Dane 50, 75,84, 106 GRIFFIN, Dean 40 GRIFFIN, Roosevelt 171 (faculty) GROGGS, Phillip 152 GROTH, Patrick 84 GROVENBERRY, David 84 GRUNDY, Tempest 114 GUERIN, Ramona75,84 GUERIN, Wanda 146 GUESS, Mercedes 170 (faculty) GUESS, William 158 (faculty) CUYNN, Stephen 20, 75, 84 HACKER, Jenny 75,84 HAGEDORN, Richard 84 HAGEDORN, Neva 91 HAHN, Margaret 169 (faculty) HALE, Hester 159 (faculty) HALL. Dons 75, 84, 114 HALL. John 50. 171 (faculty) HALL. Tracy 75. 84 HALLIGAN. Harvey 171 HAMER. Sally 161 (faculty) HAMILTON. Marion 164 (faculty) HAMILTON. Teresa 75. 84. 122, 123 HAMMONTREE, Kimberly 84 HAMPTON, Phyllis 75, 84, 118 HANEY, Bobby 39, 40 HAPNER, Teresa 114, 123 HARDEMAN, Karen 84 HARDIMAN, Angela 75, 84 HARDIMAN, Emmett 166 (faculty) HARDING, Bea 45 (faculty) HARDING, Bill 110 HARDING, Bonnie 110, 118 HARDING, William 114 HARDY, Elizabeth 167 (faculty) HARDY, Marguerite 171 (faculty) HARLOW, Pete 75, 84 HARRIS, Charles 84 HARRIS, Debra75, 84 HARRIS, Lawrence 40 HARRIS, Michael 84 HARRIS, Sherr 75. 84. 151 HARRIS. Sieve 40 HARRIS. Tom 119 HARROD. William 167 (faculty) HARRY. Charles 161. 172(faculty) HART, Sherry 75, 84 HARVEY, Cleveland 114 HARWELL, Monique 68, 75, 84 HASLET, Gerald 166 (faculty) HASTON, Diane 169 (faculty) HAWKINS, Michael 75, 84, 93, 94 HAYDEN, Cynthia 75,84 HAYES, Dennis 91 HEAD, Darren 75, 84 HEAGY, Keith 84 HEARD, Au22ie 151, 153 HEARD, James 63 HEATH. Willard 171 (faculty) HELMICK. Chris 84 HELMS. Connie 75. 84 HENDERSON. Dale 33 HENDERSON. Jennifer 48. 75 HENDERSON. Wallace 84 HENDRICKS. Dana 84 HENDRICKSON, Connie 75. 84 HENSON.CarIa 110. 118 HERRING. Bruce 75, 84 HERRON, Bobby HEBRON, Winfred 75, 84 HESTER, Robin 84 HEWLETT, Vickie 25 HIBBLER, Eric 75. 84 HICKS. Cynthia 84 HICKS. Diana75, 84, 90 HICKS. Gloria 76. 84 HIGHTOWER. Christina 1 1 6, 1 22 HILL. Conway 76. 84 HILL. Donna 76. 84 HILL. Kevin 76. 84 HILL. Louis 169. 172 (faculty) HILL. Odessa 18. 22 (faculty) HILL. Rosemarie76, 84 HILL. Sherrie 84 HILL. Terry 76, 84 HILLENBRAND, Jean 169, 172(faculty) HILLMAN, Elizabeth 84 HILLMAN. Gonzales 62 HILLMAN. Mary 76. 84 HILLMAN. Sheba 76. 84 HINER. John 116. 119, 122 HINTON, Shawn76, 84. 188 HISER. LaShalle 1 14 HOCKMAN. Laura 116. 117 HODGES. Danny 20. 68. 76. 84 HOFFMAN. Marilyn 168. 1 72 (faculty) HOLCOMB, John 152 HOLDER, Jeanne 110 HOLLAND. Don 38 HOLLOWAY. David 84 HOLMES. Ernest 1 06. 1 58 (faculty) HOLT. Cheryl 76, 84 HOLT. Denny 84, 106, 148, 149, 188 HOLT, Ronald 106 HONE, Floyd 76, 84 HONG, Kalhy 1 8, 69, 76, 84, 1 1 0, 1 1 2 116 HOOD, Cathy 110, 116 122 HOOD, Jay 110, 111, 116, 122 HOOPER, Ronald 76, 84, 106 HOOTEN, Kalrina 151 HOPKINS, Sherry 84 HOPPER, Brian 106 HOSKINS, Lena 84 HOWARD, Darryl 76 84 HOWARD, Gwendolyn 84 HOWARD, Lolila 114 HOWARD, Temiko 116 HOWARD, Teresa 84 HOWE, Alanna69, 76,84 HUCKABY, Eric 84 HUGHES, Michael 76 84 HUGHES, Michelle 76,84 HUMBERT, Maggie 84 HUMPHREY, Barbara 110 112 HUMPHREY, Pamela 76 84 HUNTER, Annette 76 84 HUNTER, Joyce 76, 84 HUNTER, Tammy 118 HURLEY, John 160(faculty) HUTSON, Phyllis 76, 84 HUTSON, Stanley 84 HYATT, Caroline 162 (faculty) HYLTON, Charles 1 66 (faculty) INGALLS, Dotlie 147 INGLE, An 39 INGRAM, Denell 76. 84 INGRAM, Ray 122 IRELAND, Ronald 168(faculty) JACKSON, Charles 84, 1 48, 1 49, 1 5 1 , 1 52, 1 53, 1 8 JACKSON, Cynthia 84 JACKSON, Eric 84 JACKSON, Ernestine 169, 1 72 (faculty) JACKSON, Gina 76,84 JACKSON, Larry 84 JACKSON, Michael 151, 153 JACKSON, Pamela 76, 84 JACKSON, Rod 40 JACKSON, Rufus84, 106 JACKSON, Tracy 38 JACKSON, Vickie 84 JACKSON, Virginia 165 (faculty) JACKSON, W L 84 JACKSON, Yvonne 84 JAMES, Carol 45, 110, 112, 136 JAMES, Eric 40, 44 JAMES, Geneva 76, 84 JASKAWITZ, Curt62, 63 JEFFERSON, Olga 172 (faculty) JEFFERSON, Regina 76. 84 JEFFRIES. M 162 (faculty) JENKINS. Anita 116 JENKINS. Evelyn 76.84, 114 JENNINGS. Richard 85 JOHNSON. Alice 165 (faculty) JOHNSON. Avery 30 JOHNSON. Bobby 85. 148. 149. 151. 188 JOHNSON, Cassandra 85 JOHNSON. JoAnn 76.85 JOHNSON. Karin 76.85 JOHNSON. Kathy76, 85 JOHNSON. Li Yen 168. 172 (faculty) JOHNSON. Oscar 63 JOHNSON, Ronald 76. 85 JOHNSON. Todd 148. 152 JOLLIFFE. Patti 76. 85 JONES. Caria 76. 85 JONES. Daryl85. 119 JONES. Diana 85 JONES. Donna 69. 85 JONES. Dorothy 76 JONES. Ella 85 JONES. Frankie 85 JONES. Glen 85 JONES. Harry 152 JONES. Martin 44 JONES. Michelle 76 JONES, Rickey 76, 85 JONES, Sherry 116 JONES, Vicki 76,85, 118. 122 JORDAN. BrendaSS JORDAN, Johnna 122 JOURNEY, Marilyn 68, 76,85 KAELIN, Kimberly 76, 85 KANOUSE, John 68, 1 71 (faculty) KAVANAUGH, Betsy 76, 85 KAVANAUGH, Katherine85 KEEN. Melanie 1 16 KEILLOR, Melinda 76,85, 114 KELLER, Paul 166 (faculty) KELLER, Mike 110, 111, 116, 118, 119, 122 KELLY, Fredrick 160 (faculty) KENDALL, Cecilia 76,85 KENDRICK, Anthony 33 KENISON. John 167 (faculty) KENNEDY, Gary 85 KENNEDY, Janice 76, 85 KENT, Steven 106 KEOUGH, Mike68, 76,85 KEYS, Harry 85 KILLEBREW, Dedra85 KIMBERLIN, William 171 (faculty) KIRBY, Nancy76, 85 KING, Malinda 18 KINSER, Paul 166 (faculty) KIRK, Daniel 85 KIRK, Manuel 85 KIRSCH, Arthur 170 (faculty) KOCHER, Charles 166 (faculty) KOHUT, Eileen 160 (faculty) KLEINE, Jay 170 (faculty) KNUE, Francis 62, 1 70 (faculty) KRINER, Paula 22. 68. 69, 76, 85 KRINER. Phyllis 45 KUBIAK. Tom76, 85 LAGADON. Maria 165 (faculty) LALAND. Dalphia85 LAND, Fred 95 LANDRUM, Kenneth 76. 85 LAPPING. Mariorie 159 (faculty) LARGE, Robert 77. 85 LARKINS. Kalhy77, 85 LASLEY, Christine 77. 85 LAWRENCE, John 50 LAWRENCE. Tom 50 LAYMAN. Paul 77, 85 LEACH, Daryll63 LEACH, Gregory 85 LEACHMAN, Shirley 85 LEAP, James 1 72 (faculty) LEE, Barbara 160 ((acuity) LEE, Bruce 90 LEE, Calvin 77, 85, 110, 113 LEE, Mark 151. 153 LEE. Tom 77, 85 LEHMAN. Arnold 168 (faculty) LEISRING, Rhonda 77 LEWIS, Angie 110 LEWIS, George 39, 40 LEWIS, John 169 (faculty) LEWIS, Stephanie 85 LITTELL, Patricia 162 (faculty) LLOYD, Treva 77, 85 LOCKRIDGE, Dwayne 77, 85 LOGAN, Gary 85 LOGSTON, Robert 77, 85. 136 LONG, Kimberly 68, 77, 85, 1 1 6, 1 1 8, 1 1 9, 1 22 LONG, Kelly 77, 85 LONG, Marsha 85 LONG, Sally 77 LOOPER, Kent 77 LOOPER, Thomas 85 LOVELACE, Cliflon 166 (faculty) LORICK, Jeford 50 LORICK, JohnSO, 77,85 LOSIE, Lisa85 LOWERY, Anita 77. 85 LUCAS, Lester 114 LUCAS, Marilyn 22, 38, 68, 77, 85, 1 36 LUNDGREN, Shirley 162 (faculty) LUNN, Margaret 77,85, 1 10 McBRIDE, Judith 68, 169 (faculty) McCALLISTER, Andrae33 McCALLISTER, Daniel 85 Mccarty, Lowell 1 66 (faculty) McCLUNG, Tern 77,85 McCREARY, Bill 165 (faculty) McCREARY, Donna 77,85 McCREARY, Tom 93, 94, 95, 1 36 McCULLOUGH, Dorothy 45 (staff) McDADE, Reginald 151, 152, 153 McDANIEL, Alan 172 (faculty) McDANIELS, James 148, 168 McDOUGALL, Debbie 77, 85, 91 McDowell, Rita 169, 172(faculty) McDOWELL, Edward 50, 160(faculty) Mcduffie, Kevin 63 McELROY, Leann 95 McELROY, Lynn 45, 77,85 McFARLAND, Linda77, 85 McGAW, Brenda85 McGEATH, Bruce 171 (faculty) McGEE, Francine85 McGUIRE,Ann77,85 McGUIRE, Dennis 33 MclNTIRE, Patricia 171, 172(faculty) MclNTYRE, Vicky 77,85 McKENZIE, Christine 85 McKINNEY,Gaylon38 McMICHAEL. Paul 30 McMillan, Ann 169 (faculty) McNARY, Cheryl 77,85, 114 McNARY, Sleve77,85 McVAY, Cheryl 165, 172 (faculty) MACKEY, Deborah 171, 172 MADSEN, Dennis 106 MAHURIN, Michelle 77,85, 122, 123 MAJOR, Michelle 77,85 MALIN, John 1 69, 1 72 (faculty) MALLORY, Berry 77, 85, 1 52, 1 53, 1 88 MALOn, ScottgO, 95 MANKA, Marylou 170 (faculty) MANN, Lou 68, 160 (faculty) MANN, Pat 106 MANUEL, Addie 77 MANUEL, Lesia 85 MANY, Michele77,85 MARCUM, Tammy 18, 1 10, 1 12, 1 1 9 MARLOW, Rhonda 122, 123 MARSH, Sandra 77,85 MARSH, Tina 85, 123 MARSHALL, Edwin 24, 25, 77,85,91,94 MARSHALL, Lewis 157 (faculty) MARSHALL, Patty 90 MARTIN, Anita 114 MARTIN, Barbara 77,85 MARTIN, Elizabeth 77, 85 MARTIN, Ellen 165 (faculty) MARTIN, Jeffrey 1 14 MARTIN, Keilh A 90, 152 MASON, Albert 85 MASON, Don 168 (faculty) MASON. Michael 77, 85 MASSEY, Sheila 18, 110, 112 MASTERS, Erin 45 MATHENY. Joe38 MATHIS, Donna 1 16 MATTHEWS, Darlene85, 95 MATHEWS, Kalhy 110 MAXEY, Gwen 163 ((acuity) MAXWELL, Dorothy 77, 85 MAXWELL, Joyce 162 (faculty) MAXWELL, Pam85 MAXWELL, Susan 95, 116, 136 MAY, James 20, 1 70 (faculty) MAY, Ronnie 38, 44, 77, 85, 106 MAYE, Sharon 6, 7, 1 9, 68, 77, 85, 95, 96, 1 1 0, 1 1 2, 1 22 MEADE, William 85 MENDEL, Waller 167 (faculty) MESSENGER, Bryan 85 MESSER, Gregory 86 MESSER, Rebecca 77, 85 MEXNER, Matthew 85 MEYER, Robert 157 (faculty) MICHAEL, Amy 77, 85, 87, 94, 95, 96, 144 MIDDLEKAUFF, Joyann 172 (faculty) MIDDLETON, Scon 62, 1 1 6, 1 22 MIESSEN, Fred 166 (faculty) MIESSEN, Judith 159 (faculty) MILBURN, Lon 122 MILES, Brandon 85 MILES, Randy 85 MILLER, Carl 85 MILLER, Cecilia 78, 85 MILLER, Charles 85, 110, 113 MILLER, Francoise 168 (faculty) MILLER, Gary 33 MILLER, James 33, 85 MILLER, Johnnie 85 MILLER, Karen 85 181 82 MILLER. Kevin 78. 85 MILLER, Linda 85 MILLER, Margaret 85 MILLER, Patricia 85 MILLER, Ruth 78, 85 MILLER. Timothy 85 MILLER, Vera 167 (faculty) MILLS, Keith 85 MILLS, Randy 122 MILLS, Robin 78. 85 MIMMS. Keith 85 MINDACH, Jane 1 62 (faculty) MINER, John 1 58, 1 72 (faculty) MINKS, Stanley 93, 169((aculty) MINOR, James 85 MONTGOMERY, Gene 162 (faculty) MOORE, Alfonza 1 67 (faculty) MOORE. Collin 85 MOORE. Cornelia 85 MOORE. Ethel 85 MOORE. Frank 114 MOORE. Gary 110 MOORE. Julie 68. 78,85 MOORE. Lisa 78, 85 MOORE. Lois 85 MOORE, Mark 93 MOORE. Paul 40 MOOREFIELD. Linnie78. 85 MORAN. Etta 165 (faculty) MOREMAN, l«an 38, 1 59 (faculty) MORRIS. Mark 39 MOORE, Marion 171 (faculty) MORSE. Thelma 168 (faculty) MORSE. William 171 (faculty) MORTON, David 78. 85 MULKEY.GIen78. 85 MULLENAX. John 1 66 (faculty) MULLI IS. Teresa 78 MUMAW. Janet 122 MUNDEN. Andrew 152 MURPHY. Brian 78 MURPHY. C J 167 (faculty) MURPHY, Jeffery85 MURPHY, Mary 148 MURPHY, Paul 1 16. 122 MURPHY. Wesley 170. 172 (faculty) MURRELL, Gordon 78. 85 MURRY. David 152 MUSE, Sandra 78. 85 MYERS, Dana 78, 85, 110, 1 1 2, 116. 1 17 MYERS. Laura 78. 85. 122. 123 MYERS. Valerie 116. 117. 144 NAGY. Karen 123, 164 (faculty) NANCE, Theresa 78,85 NAPIER, Alma 90 NAPIER, Mark 85 NAPIER, Tony 85 NAUERTH, Linda 78,85 NEELY, Timothy 78, 85 NELMS, Thomas 163 (faculty) NELSON, Harry 114 NELSON, Minnie 85 NELSON, Willie 78, 85 NETHERLAND, Kim 146 NEWELL. Brenda 110. 112 NEWSOM. Ann78,85 NEWTON. Lawerence 78 NICKSON. Ida 78, 85 NOBLES. Polly 162 (faculty) NOEL, Anna 78, 86 NOLAN, Tammy 122 NOLAN, Vivian 78, 85 OATS, George 106 OAHS, Chris 110 OATTS. Felita 116 OATTS. Sharon 78. 85 ODLE. Ricky 85, 106 OFALLON. William 85 OFFICER. Alfred 78. 85. 119. 148, 188 OHMIT, Gwen 165 (faculty) ONEAL. Jerry78. 85 O ' NEILL. Kathy 78. 85. 122. 123 O ' NEIL. Tammy 116. 122. 123 ORTH, Cindy 116 ORTH. Robert 1 70. 1 72 (faculty) OSBORN. Brian 78. 85. 116. 119. 122 OSBORNE, Renae90, 93, 94. 95, 116. 117 OSCARSON, Paul 172 (faculty) OWEN. Gordon 167 (faculty) OWENS, Gaylan 78.85, 106 OWENS, Jeftery 148, 1 49, 1 51 , 1 53 OWENS, Lanita78, 85 PARRETT. Shirley 170(faculty) PARISH. Linda 24. 90 PARKER, Anna 171, 172(faculty) PARKER, Darren 86 PARKER, Mariorie 159 (faculty) PARKER, Sheilia 110 PARR, Alan 86 PARRETT, Lori 116 PARRETT, Sharon 160 (faculty) PARRISH, Stanley 78, 86 PARSON, Lilaberdia 163 (faculty) PARSON. Tern 78. 86 PARSONS. David 78. 86 PATTERSON. Armond 30. 86 PATTERSON. Mark 78. 86 PATTERSON, Paul 86 PATTERSON, Tammie 86 P EACHER, Rhonal 78.86 PEARLER, David 86 PENCE, Lewis 160 (faculty) PENCE, Mary 171 (faculty) PENROD, Mar 68 (faculty) PEREZ, Daniel 152 PERKINS, Steve 86 PERRY, Debbie 78, 86 PERRY, Ristora 116, 122 PETERS, Gale 78, 86 PETERS, Pauline 90 PETERSON, Dwayne78, 86 PETTIGREW, Marc 86 PHELPS, Janice 151, 153 PHELPS, Patricia 86. 114 PHEMISTER. Lorena 164 (faculty) PHILLIPS. Lydia 78, 86 PHILLIPS, Ronald 78. 86 PHIPPS, Tyra 163 (faculty) PEITY. Angela 78. 86. 122. 123 PINKSTON, BetTy78. 86 PINKSTON. Frankie 58, 78. 86, 87 PITTMSN, Barbara 86 PITTMAN. Brenda 78, 86 PITTMAN. Chiquila78, 86 PITTS. Nikki 78. 86 POE, MarrianeSe POINDEXTER. Kenneth 62 POLING. Joe 78. 86 PONTIS. Tim78. 86 POPE. Paula 90 PORTER, Ken 44. 116 POSTON. Penny 79. 86 POSTON,Taffy79. 86 POTEET. Chris 44, 79,86 POTTER, Margaret 162 (faculty) POTTER, Wallace 1 56 (faculty) POUNDS, Tyrone 86 POVENTED, Frank 114 POWELL. Dons 79, 86 POWELL, Rodney 122 PRANGER, Denise79, 86 PRATHER, Paul 110, 113, 164 (faculty) PRESSWOOD, Ronald 86 PREVOT. Orlando 79. 86 PRICE. Dwayne79, 86, 110 PRICE. Susan 95. 110 PRICE, Wendrel 164 (faculty) PRITCHARD. Terry 33 PROCTOR. Brian 79.86. 106 PYATT, Shirley 172 (faculty) PRYOR, Teresa 79.86 PURVIS. Andamo 79. 86 QUAKENBUSH. Lisa79. 86 QUAKENBUSH. Richard 114 QUANTANA. Marcelmo 1 14. 122 QUINTANA. Tina 122 QUARLES. Buddy 30. 38 QUINTANA, Danny 50. 62 RANDALL. Robin 86 RANDOLPH. Reedth 79. 86 RANSOM. Natalie 171 (faculty) RAY, Mike 33, 86 RAY, Roberta 110, 112 REED, Bridgene79, 86, 90 REED, Ray 18, 156 (faculty) REED, Tim 95 REEDUS. Lanuel86 REEVES. Bridget85, 93. 95 RENT. Brent 114 RENT. James 39 RESENOVER. Charles 114 REYNOLDS. Charles 85 REYNOLDS. Donna 85 REYNOLDS. Julie 79. 85 RHOADES. Carmen 86 RHOADES. Jan 38. 79, 85 RHOADS. Jeff 110. 113 RICE, Danny 85 RICE,Geraldine79 85 RICHARDSON. Glen 163 (faculty) RICHARDSON. Kim 79. 85. 90 RICHARDSON. Steven 1 52. 1 53 RIDLEY, Louise 168 (faculty) RIGGIN, Karen 69, 79,85, 116, 117 ROBBINS, Gloria 162 (faculty) ROBERSON, Darren 85 ROBERSON, Gizele 114 ROBERTS, Craig 169, 172 (faculty) ROBERTS, John 33. 85 ROBERTS, Nancy 168 (faculty) ROBERTSON, Lewis 165 (faculty) ROBERTSON, Thomas 79, 86 ROBINSON, Aaron 50, 51, 79.86 ROBINSON. Donald 168(faculty) ROBINSON. John 44 (faculty) ROBINSON. Robert 79 ROBINSON. Terry 79. 86 ROCKS. Margaret 86 RODRIGUES. Ermalene 171. 172 (faculty) ROGERS. Virginia 79, 86 ROLLIN, Lisa 79,86 ROSE, Carrol 171 (faculty) ROSSELL. Steven 86 ROWE. Anthony 79. 86 RUDOLPH. Antonio 33. 50, 68, 79, 86 RUSH. Patricia 114 RUSSELL, Donald 79,86 SANDERS, Betty 136. 169(faculty) SANDERSON. June 90 SANGAR. Esther 168 (faculty) SARGENT. Andrew 86 SARVER. Benny 50, 79,86 SARVER. William 79, 86 SAUER. Kelly 111 SAVAGE, Andrea 86 SAVER, Guerin 110 SCHEIDT, David 86 SCHMIDT, Maureen 79. 86 SCHNEIDER, Karl 156(faculty) SCHNEIDER. Louise 162 (faculty) SCOTT. Arlene 116. 117 SCOTT. Alfa 69. 79. 86 SCOTT, Joycelyn 79. 86 SCOTT, Sherrie 86 SCRUGGS. Karen 86 SCRUGGS. Kri5tine90 SEAGRAVES. Katherine86 SEBASTIAN, Kathy 122. 123 SEBASTIAN. Teresa 122 SECREST. Landra 79.86 SEELY.Cornne 171 (faculty) SEXTON. John 86 SHAFFER. Donna 79. 86 SHAH.Hafize 168 (faculty) SHAW. Debbie 146. 147 (faculty) SHAW. D 188 SHAW, Donald 86, 119 SHAW, Sadorlee 79, 86 SHEA, Bertha 86 SHELBY. Harvis86 SHELTON. Michael 33, 79. 86. 152. 188 SHEPHERD, Eddie 86 SHERRELL. Mark39 SHERWOOD, Theresa 79, 86 SHINNAMON. Bill 79.86 SHIPMAN. Bobby 110. Ill SHIPMAN. Robin 110 SHIRLEY. Carmena 22, 114 SHIRLEY, Jacob 86 SHOEMAKER, Delsie 1 59 (faculty) SHOEMAKER, Ithel 157 (faculty) SHOCK, Richard 158, 172 (faculty) SHOLAR, Portia 93, 95 SHOTWELL. Jennifer 116 SHOTWELL, Phyllis 79.86 SHUPINSKY. Elizabeth 79, 85 SIEDLECKI, William 171 (faculty) SIMMONS. Harold 33 SIMMS. Danet1e79. 86 SIMMS. Jonathan 86 SIMMS. Marsha 79.86 SIMS. Dewayne 79, 86 SIMS, Russell 86 SINGER, Ryan 86 SINGER, Brian 21 SINGH, Jatinder 1 69 (faculty) SLOVER, Mike 164 (faculty) SMIDDY, Pam 79, 86 SMITH, Dr. Allen 170 (faculty) SMITH, Aratha 148, 150, 168 (faculty) SMITH, Brenda 110. 119 SMITH, Clyde 171 (faculty) SMITH, Ebert 172 (faculty) SMITH, Evelyn 166 (faculty) SMITH, Hosia 86 SMITH, Janice 86, 93 SMITH, Jerry 163 (faculty) SMITH, Johnathan 79,86 SMITH, Joyce 151 SMITH, Katherine79, 86 SMITH, Kent 68, 79, 86, 93 SMITH, Kevin 86 SMITH, Kim 79, 86, 114 SMITH, Lelia68. 79. 86 SMITH. Lone 116. 1 17 SMITH, Margaret 167 (faculty) SMITH, Mildred 155 (faculty) SMITH, Robert 167 (faculty) SMITH, Robin 91 SMITH. Sandy 90 SMITH. Timothy 80. 86 SMITH, Walter 80, 86, 110, 113 SMITH, Wanda 80, 86, 136 SNOW, Jane 171 (faculty) S(X)TS, Arlene 1 16 SPEARMAN, Tom 69, 86. 1 06 SPEARS, Jeffrey 86 SPELLMAN, Debbie 116, 117, 144 SPENCER, Mark 44, 86 SPONSEL, John86 SPURLOCK. Kenny 86 STACKHOUSE. Scott 122 STACKHOUSE. Gayle 122. 123 STAFFORD. Ruth 167 (faculty) STANBACK, Theresa 80, 86 STANLEY, Dan 165 (faculty) STANLEY, Peggy 110. Ill STEVENSON, Stephanie 11 6. 122. 123 STEWART. Brenda 114 STEWART. Charlene 10 STEWART. Gloria 80. 86 STEWART. James 156 (faculty) STEWART. Kenneth 86 STEWART, LaVerne 162 (faculty) STEWART. Tina 45. 90. 1 10. 1 1 1 STEWART. William 166 (faculty) STIERS, Ronald 152 STIFFLER, Bill69, 80, 86 STIGGER, David 63 STINGER.Caren24, 69. 80. 86. 116. 119. 122 STOCK. Cyril 166 (faculty) STOCK. Daniel21.90. 95. 96, 136, 148. 149. 152. 153 STOCKARD. Robert 156 (faculty) STOKES. Dennis 148. 149. 153 STONE. Kenneth 86 STORMS, Amy 80. 86 STORMS. Marsha 164 (faculty) STOWERS. Patrice 80. 86 STEEVAL. William 80. 86. 188 STROUDE. Jeff 80. 86 STROUGH. Sherry 114. 136 SWENSON. Kermit 164(faculty) SURENKAMP, Rebeca 80. 86 SUTTON, Nancy 68. 169(faculty) SUTTON. Rockelle 172 (faculty) TAFLINGER. James 170 (faculty) TARDY. William 80. 86 TATUM. RubySO. 86 TAUBE. Kate 45 TAYLOR. Anna 80. 86 TAYLOR. Cedric 86 TAYLOR. Ella 80. 86 TAYLOR. Joycelyn 1 1 0. 1 1 6. 1 1 8. 1 22. 1 23 TAYLOR. Kern 80. 86 TAYLOR. Michael 86 TAYLOR. Phillip 106 TAYLOR. Tyrone 153 TEEPE. JoniSO. 146 TEEPE. Julie 122, 123 TERRY. Beniamin 86 TERREL. Roy 170 (faculty) THOMAS. Dilynn 170. 172 (faculty) THOMAS, Jackie 30. 31 THOMAS. Martha 162 (faculty) THOMAS. Otha 80. 86 THOMAS. Shuanna 80. 86 THOMAN. Tim 30 THOMPSON, Anthony 152, 153 THOMPSON. Brion 152. 153 THOMPSON. Donna 80. 86 THOMPSON. Douglas 166(faculty) THOMPSON. James 106 THOMPSON, Joe 106 THOMPSON, Teresa 86 TILLMAN, Rosie80 TINCHER, John 166 (faculty) TINSLEY. Damon 114 TINSLEY. DeWayne 33. 80, 86 TOBROCKE, Floyd 68 (faculty) TOLIVER, Duane63 TOLIVER. MarySO. 86 TOLIVER. Michael 86 TOLIVER. Russell 80. 86 TOM. Greg 80 TOM. Jon 86 TOWNZEN. Tim 44 TRAYLOR. Michelle 80. 86 TRESSLAR. C T 25. 91. 1 58 (faculty) TRIPLETT. Flora 86 TROTTER. Charles 86. 106 TROTTER, Janice 86 TROXAIL. Debbie 80. 86 TRULOCK. Fred 80. 86 TRUSLER. Cheryl 21. 110. 116. 136 TRUSSLOR. Ron 116 TUCHER. Rick 80. 86 TUCKER. Becky 80, 86 TUCKER, Kevin 62 TUNSTALL, Patricia 80, 86 TUNSTILL. Anna86 TUOMI, Vesa 50, 119 TURNER, Belinda 171 (faculty) TURNER, Calvin 163 (faculty) TURNER, James 1 16, 117 TURNER, Landon6, 30, 31 TURNER, Wanda 86 TUSSEY, Rita 162 (faculty) TWYMAN, Annette 80 TYLER. Clementa 80, 86 TYNER. Carl 80, 86 TYNER, E B 62 TYNER, John 80, 86 UPCHURCH, KalhySO, 86. 122. 123 URBAN. Robin 68. 80, 86, 1 22, 1 23 VAN DER MOERE, Herbed 1 66, 1 72 (faculty) VANHORN, James44, 80, 86. 106 VAN LANDINGHAM, Sherne 1 10 VEAL, Barbara 80, 86 VILES, Matt 39 WAGNER. JerrySI, 86 WAGNER. Larn Sl. 106, 119, 122 WALKER, Denise81,87 WALKER, Jimmie 81. 87, 106 WALKER, Pam81.87 WALKER, Sherese81.87 WALLACE, Betty 81 WALLACE, DebraSI WALLACE, Fredericks? WALLACE, Jetl 114 WALLACE, Ronnie 87 WALLS, Janice81,87 WALTER, Ctiarles 168()acultv) WALTON, George 87 WALTZ, Thomas 87 WARD, David 106 WARDELL, Larry 87 WARE,Debra87 WARE, Jan 81, 87 WARFIELD. Anthony 68, 69, 81 . 87 WARNER, Kevin 1 16 WASH. Leon 39. 40 WASHINGTON. Blanche 6. 7 WASHINGTON. Emmagee 164(facijlty) WASHINGTON. Kevin 87 WASHINGTON. Lorena 68, 81,87 WASHINGTON, Melvin 33. 81, 87 WASHINGTON, Phillip 87 WAT, Judy 116 WATERFORD, Gwen 118 WATKINS, Joyce 87 WATSON, Angie 95 WATSON, Nancy 1 65 (faculty) WATSON, William 87 WEATHERS, Rondell 81,87 WEBB, Jeff 81,87, 106 WEBB. Chris 91. 136 WEBB. Jose81.87 WEBER. Beth 38 WEBER, Brian 81, 87 WEBSTER, Ora 81 WELLS, Karia 87 WEST, Brenda81,87 WEST, Larry 81, 87 WEST, Linda 81, 87 WEST. Patricia 87 WETZEL. Darren 81. 87. 106 WHALIN.Ward 1 56 (faculty) WHEELER. William 168(faculty) WHITE, Alonzo 87 WHITE, Brian 81, 87 WHITE, Trudy81,87 WHITLOCK, Debbie 114 WHITMER, Tom 106 WHITNEY, David 87 WILBURN, Anita 22, 25, 45, 69, 81, 87, 90, 91 WILBURN. Janet 10 WILDRICK, Eric 81, 87 WILEY. Margaret 114 WILKERSON. John 81. 87. 116. 122, 148, 149, 18 WILLIAMS. Ale 87 WILLIAMS. Beulah 87 WILLIAMS. Deborah 87 WILLIAMS, Duane68, 69, 81,87, 148, 152, 188 WILLIAMS, Eula87 WILLIAMS, JoAnne 163 (faculty) WILLIAMS, Joe 62 WILLIAMS, Kimberly81,87 WILLIAMS, Kina 87 WILLIAMS, Stella 81, 87 WILLIAMS, Tammie81, 87 WILLIAMS, Theresa 164(faculty) WILLIAMS, Vanessa 18 WILLIAMS, Vicki87 WILLIAMSON, Frederick 38, 81, 87 WILLIS, Neris 148, 150, 168 (faculty) WILSON, Elizabeth 169 (faculty) WILSON, James 114 WILSON, Kermit87 WILSON, Judy 116 WILSON, Julie 116 WILSON. Mike 110, 113 WILSON. Robert 50. 87 WILSON, Roger 39 WILSON, Tommie87 WILSON, Tracey 18, 50,62 WILSON, Wanda 87 WIMBERLY, Paul 114 WINSTON, Roy 163 (faculty) WISHART. Jan87 WOLCOTT, Leah 90 WOLLARD, Lester 166 (faculty) WOOD, Debra 87 WOODARD, Robert 50, 1 70 (faculty) WOODS, Larry 87 WOODS, Morris 166 (faculty) WOODS, Percival81,87, 188 WOODS, Rosie 1 14 WOODS, Terry 148, 151, 153 WOODS, Thelma8 1,87 WOODS, Tina 119, 122 WOODS, Tracy 24 WOOTEN, Donna81,87, 110 WRIGHT, A Leslie 169, 172 (faculty) WRIGHT, Brenda 81, 87 WRIGHT, Eric 110, 113, 136 WRIGHT, Kerry 87 WRIGHT, Mark 87, 106 WRIGHT, Richard 81, 87 WRIGHT, Terry87 WYNE, Cheryl 165 (faculty) WYNN, Philippe 87 WYSS, Herman 87 YARRELL, Lesleys? YOUNG, Sheila 165 (faculty) 183 RICHARD BENNETT Home of Affordable Furniture 5804 East Washington 356-7211 5130E. 10th 356-0996 STEER- IK .3i!lS! 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