Fayetteville Street Christian School - Patriot Crier Yearbook (Asheboro, NC)
- Class of 1984
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A Step Ahead
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Laurie Sweat and Brandy Ridge count to
III in Mrs. Phipps' 4k-5k combination
Mr. Blice leads the "Marching Patriots"
in the Asheboro Fall Festival Parade. The
Band makes history as thc first Christian
school marching band.
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A Step Ahead
II Peter 3: I8 instructs, "But grow
in grace. and in the knowledge of
our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ."
Fayetteville Street Christian School
has indeed been growing. Almost
every area in the school has been
stepping ahead. There has been an
increase in enrollment every year.
New faces appeared among the fac-
ulty, staff, and students. This year
was very special because the school
had its first graduating class. Early
in the year, senior portraits were
taken and caps and gowns were
ordered. Graduation was set for
May 28. Juniors ordered class rings
in October: and, for the first time,
had them formally presented by the
Josten's representative later in the
Curriculum offerings have also
stepped ahead. Second semester,
the senior class studied a new histo-
ry course on communism. High
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school Bible classes tried using
SPECS - a novel form of studying
a passage of scripture. For the first
time in Fayetteville Street's history,
juniors and seniors were offered
classes in trigonometry,journalism,
and speech. Another academic first
included the addition of a combina-
tion class for four and five year olds.
In the athletic department, many
things have leaped ahead. A new
gymnasium floor was installed by
Varsity Cheerleaders Starsha Tuggle, Darla
Butler, Amy Byrd, and Angela Lawson model
their new uniforms while yelling "Let's get
Mrs. Snow sets out snaclc items on the new
concession stand which is handy at lunch.
New Gym Floor, Graduation:
faithful 'fPatriots" before the start
of basketball season. The new floor
greatly enhanced the beauty of the
A new concession stand in the
foyer of the gym not only provided a
quick way to get snacks at ball-
games, but also served efficiently as
a lunch counter during school hours
for grades five through twelve.
FSCS also moved ahead by joining
the Piedmont Association of Chris-
tian Schools' Athletic Conference.
FSCS was honored to be the host of
the NCCAA District Ill basketball
championship in February. Mem-
bers of the soccer and basketball
teams and cheerleading squad were
outfitted in new uniforms at the start
ofthe season. The 1983-84 year also
brought the formation of a junior
varsity basketball team and JV
ln the area of music, the band
made history. They took a giant step
by becoming the first Christian
school in North Carolina to have a
marching band. New uniforms were
purchased and long hours were
spent preparing to march in the
Asheboro Fall Festival and Christ-
mas Parades. In November, the
band traveled to Sheets Memorial
Christian School in Lexington for a
new all-state band competition for
Christian schools in North Caro-
In conclusion, FSCS has been
stepping ahead in every way possi-
ble this year. II Peter 3:18 states
something else which the school de-
sires: "To Him be glory both now
and forever." No matter how large
FSCS grows or how many steps for-
ward are taken, it is the goal of
everyone to give Christ the honor
and glory. lt is He who blesses the
school from day to day.
After the heat of the game, Jonathan Britt, Brett Thompson, and Senior Jeff Myers enjoy
the thrill of victory over Level Cross.
Reaching the top of the jungle gym first graders Jonathan Cox, Andy Reeder, and Lee
Anne Woodall beeome Kings of the Mountain."
Joe Henson and Travis Baynes staple the plywood foundation for the new basketball
Mrs. Harlos discusses the adjustment of
moving from fourth to fifth grade with former
students Juliana Cox, Renee Criscoe, Emily
McNeil, and Julie DeBari.
Patriots ure- "moving' on up to the top!"
shouts Varsity Cheerleader Karen Hall at the
fall soccer tourney.
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Teachers from both buildings met
on Friday mornings for a combined
time of prayer. Many new faces
were added to the staff this year.
Karen Allen and Sue Griffith both
taught fifth grade. Laura Gillispie in-
structed four year olds while Patsy
Comer ran the cafeteria. Blanche
Coll taught third and Ron Coleman
taught high school Bible. School
board members volunteered time
and muscle power to help put down
the new gym floor. A new little face
appeared in a faculty home - Jor-
don Coy Nance. Coy arrived pre-
maturely and much prayer was
given during his early months.
Dr. John Gamble, Pastor and Principal Bruce
Phipps lead FSCS.
Teresa Brown, Three K
Joyce Mangum, Three K
Laura Gillispie, Four K
Bett Loflin Four K
Wanda Phipps, Four 82 Five
Clara Brooks, Five K i
Peggy Cox, Five K
Fonda Caviness, First Grade
June Ward, First Grade
Anita Byrd, Second Grade
Jan Ritter, Second Grade g
Blanche Coll, Third Grade X
Steve Harlos, Third Grade
Dawn Harlow, Fourth Grade
Karen Allen, Fifth Grade
Sue Griffith, Fifth Grade
Lois Ward, Sixth Grade
Ron Coleman, Seventh Grade
Lauren Shelor, Eighth Grade
Chris Blice, Freshmen
Mike Brown, Sophomores
Keith Nance, Juniors
Randle Brim, Seniors
Patsy Comer, Cook, Day Care
Teaching Go Hand in Hand
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Dianna Wigington, Day Care
Mildred Snow, Office, Aide
Mrs. Nancy Cranford, the school secretary. discusses the school calendar with the
church secretary. Mrs. Annie Ruth Frazier.
FSCS School Board members include Tommy Sellers, Nelson Combs, ,I.C. Lewis, Roy
Smith, Ed LaVelle, and Junior Snow. Not pictured: ,lim Johnston, Don Routh.
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Mrs. Wigington, Mr. 81 Mrs. Harlos, Mrs. Carrico, and Roger Carrico enjoy watching the FSCS Marching Band at the Asheboro Fall Festival.
By Renee Britt
After selling papers, Terry prepares to leave
in his VW.
Three days per week Terry
Agnor, senior class clown, folds his
lanky 6'4" frame into his yellow '71
VW bug which takes him to his job
at Cattleman. Terry sometimes fills
in as organist at Level Cross Baptist
Church where his father serves as
pastor. Terry also sings, and his
unique personality has won him
many friends while his long legs and
goalie uniform have earned him the
Susanne White, who is a native of
Elgin, Illinois, first came to FSCS
during herjunior year. She posses-
ses the initiative of a good student.
Susanne took a five-week summer
biology course at Davidson Co.
Community College, earning four
credits. She enjoys cross stitching,
playing the clarinet, and working
with telescopes and microscopes.
Susanne writes a report on a biology experi-
Since Starsha Tuggle isa big tal-
ker, her favorite hobby is talking
over the phone. As head cheerlead-
er at FSCS, she spends almost two
hours a day reviewing rhymes,
rhythms, and stances. Starsha likes
to collect dolls and Mickey Mouse
items and has one baby who leads a
life of luxury. She also devotes her
time as chief babysitter to her five
year old brother Benjamin.
Starsha gabs to Travis while her baby doll
Renee Britt is a born collector.
She has a six foot high bookcase
filled with her favorites: a pair of
stuffed monkeys, two dolls from
Korea, and a mailbox in which she
stores important letters. Renee- en-
joys reading, writing essays and po-
etry, and making new friends. She
also does beautiful calligraphy for
the FSCS Patriot Herald.
Renee tries out a new calligraphy pen.
Steve Caudill is an active member
of the Asheboro Friends Church
and is president of his youth group.
He devoted some of his extra time
At the Fall Festival, Steve stirs chili for
Tammy Workman has been a stu-
dent at FSCS for three years. Tam-
my is quiet and subdued, but when
one gets to know her, she overflows
with words and giggles. Tammy's
hobbies are cross stitching, appli-
que, and woodwork. "I like making
beautiful things," she says with a
Tammy displays a sample of her hobby,
Jeff Myers, oldest son of former
missionaries, spent much of his
childhood in the Carribean. Born in
Winston Salem, he was two when
his family moved to Bonaire. He re-
turned to Asheboro when he was
ten. He attends Health World to de-
velop muscles needed for a starting
berth on the soccer and basketball
teams. Jeff enjoys programming his
own home computer also.
During a soccer game, Jeff takes a quick
Transfer student Neal Comer is
happy to be back at F SCS. A former
Cedar Forest student, he lives in
Winston Salem and commutes 65
miles to Asheboro daily with his
mother, brother, and sister. Neal
played center on the basketball
team at Cedar Forest and is a wel-
come addition to our team. He also
performed well on the soccer team,
averaging one goal each game. He is
an avid Carolina fan and has col-
lected UNC items since he was ten.
Loading a heavy chalkboard is a cinch for
behind a booth at the Fall Festival.
Steve drives a '66 blue Mustang
which has replaced his former light
blue VW. Because he is one of two
"Steves" at FSCS, students just
call him "Caudill" or "Cluck."
At RTC. E'dreen programs the Apple II
E'dreen Jones is a Daddy's girl,
his last ball player. Because of a
knee injury last year, she has settled
for a less strenuous job of Patriot
mascot. What she is now unable to
do in sports, she makes up for in
lung power. She is interested in data
processing, in which she took a
summer course at RTC. E'dreen has
tive brothers and sisters and is the
proud aunt of her only nephew,
Bon 358. Crystal
Seliior Steve Caudill enjoys Fall Festival acti-
The Senior Girls appreciate an exotic view of
the Aviary at the N.C. Zoo.
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Even though they don't have a teacher for
this class, Susanne, Neal, and Jeff work on
their own to solve trigonometry problems.
Susanne puts a foot in the right direction at
the Annual Staff Convention in Winston.
Z Anna DeBari prepares for her afternoon typing class.
Amy Byrd, Penny Farlow, and Travis Baynes discuss their orders for class rings from Josten's.
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Jeff Luther dutifully empties the trash for Mr. Brown.
Sophomores: Caught in the Middle
Left: Lynn and Lori share a laugh
over a good joke. Right: Joy counts
bakesule money for the annual.
Left: Loaded down with books. etc.,
Darren Willijaigs lz1ndh:lh3lndaiF3ye prepare , ,
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Left: Suzan Thompson paces herself during
a math speed drill. Right: Marching Band
members Tommy Morton and Cheryl Slone
show a good profile as they prepareto
play "Shenandoah" in the Fall Festival
Seventh Grade: Movin' On Up
Left: Shawn Dunlap eagerly searches for a verse to Work on his
Specs. Right: Crystal Sell goes all out for hair and sock day.
Bottom: Dana Robbins, Preston Cox, and Shawn Dunlap work
diligently on their history assignment.
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Center: Mandee, Jennifer, Tanya,
and Chante "picnic" at the front
steps of the gym. Right: Felissa
Kennedy absorbs an interesting
Bible lesson. Bottom: Miss L.
Ward's sixth graders listen well
during Bible class.
Fifth Grade Taking an Interest
Billie Jo Rogers
Left: Miss Allen asks her class what they want for Thanksgiving
dinner. Center Tanya Trogdon eagerly volunteers to answer a
question. Right Deanna Tarlton, Holly Hubbard, and Christi Cross
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Left: During chapel, Mrs.
Griffith and her very special
friend, Lemmie, provide lots of
laughs as well as a Bible lesson.
Right: Busy fifth graders, Kevin
Dickens, Billie Jo Rogers, and
Karen Johnson try to complete
an English assignment for Mrs.
Griffith. Bottom: On "Bible
Character Day" during Spirit
Week, Shannon Satterfield and
Phillip Fowler pose as shepherds
for the photographer. They were
chosen as "Best Dressed" for
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New Faces in the Crowd
Several new faces joined the stu-
dent body at FSCS this year. The
Patriot Crier Staff interviewed some
of these new students to find out
their reasons for coming to FSCS.
Weekends are pretty special for
FSCS students also. The student
body was polled to find out what
students like to do on weekends.
The majority's favorite was to go
shopping at Randolph Mall.
What do you like about FSCS?
Slianey Auman: I like friendly peo-
Michelle Heath: I like it 'cause it's a
nice Christian school.
Stacy Crutchfield: The new gym.
Neal Comer: Everything.
Jennifer Franks: I like all the friend-
Keith Spivey: It's better than a pub-
Shawn Dunlap: It's a really nice
school and has nice people.
Susan Comer: I like being with all of
my friends again.
Tanya Trogdon: I like how they do
their assignments and the friends
here and teachers.
Tracy Allen: Everybody's friendly.
What do you like to do on weekends?
Kristyl Auman: Sleep in.
Lori Coll: Go shopping at the mall.
Alan Comer: Go hunting in the
Lynn Hallock: I like to go shopping
and ride my bike.
Suzan Thompson: I like hunting,
fishing, and having fun.
Kevin Wright: Go to the mall.
Jason Auman: Ride my go-cart and
Steve Williams: I like going hunting.
Lorraine Taylor: Watch TV and go
to the mall.
Rhonda Frye: Ride around with
Slifaron Brown: Go the mall and goof
Krgstain Nichols: Go shopping at the
Karen Hall: Ride a three Wheeler.
Shannon Satterfield: Watch TV and
Karen Owens: Play on a trampoline.
Tammy Johnston: Go shopping at
Melanie Snow: Have John Trott
Jeff Luther: Go to the mall.
Pam Wigington: Go shopping.
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Left: Jason Robbins enjoys a Hardee's lunch on a May field
trip. Right: Chris Beane shows Jennifer Neal how to catch a
Third Grade: No More Reading Circles
Bonnie Jean Howell
Left: Garry Reeder waits at first base for his
teammate to kick the ball. Right: Anna Tesh shows
her reading skill while Ben Wyatt and classmates
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doing cheers at recess. Right: Bradley Lanier and
Erin Frazier use their time wisely as they enjoy
reading in the Children's Room at the Asheboro
Public Library. First graders visit the library once a
month to check out library books and to have story
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For Michelle Heath, her special
pet, a cat named Goliath, is "love-
able, beautiful, cuddly, and cute."
Certainly pets are indeed our spe-
cial friends and companions.
A pet can be loving, gentle, and
kind -- qualities which some people
wish they possessed. But there are
other necessities that a pet must
have to insure its survival and Well-
According to Eric Hill, he "must
feed and water his dog, Bandit."
Some pets even get to live in the
house, a luxury indeed. Julie DeBari
keeps her cats and dogs clean by
"giving them baths and always let-
ting them out for fresh air." "I must
change the cage for my guinea pig
Aster," insists Season Coleman.
Also, pets, mainly the canine
type, can offer some means of pro-
tection. According to Anna DeBari,
her pet makes a great "guard dog".
Pets can be so special that the loss
of one can be heartbreaking. "I missed
my two fish, Jerry and Terry,
and Ijust found them dead in the
fish pot. I was sad and had to throw
them away," relates Bryan Stephen-
son. Losing a pet Chinese bob-tail
cat was a tragedy for Chris Phipps:
"It got sick and we took it to the vet.
Then it went away in the woods and
died. I felt really bad. and 1 cried."
Sometimes the death of a pet is
like losing one ofthe family. "I had
Tabby fa Cath for a long, long time,
and I was so close to her because
she was so old," remarks Misty
Yow. According to Garry Reeder,
he was so sad that his cat Midnight
ran away because "I loved her, and
I couldnit get another one." Layla
Carter remembers when Bootsie,
her baby kitten died. "I was close to
it and played with it a lot. I even
slept with it."
There is an emotional attachment
between a pet owner and his pet.
Anna Tesh relates an experience she
will not soon forget. "My dog Nikki
had a disease, and we had to take it
to a vet to be put to sleep. We
brought it back and buried it in our
back yard. I felt so bad, and I missed
Nikki for about a month. l brought it
up to like me, and it guarded me at
night and wouldn't let Daddy spank
me. I really loved Nikki."
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before jumping in the pool.
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When I Grow Up
What is your favorite subject? Why?
Misty Andrews t3KJ: I like to write
Benjamin Toggle CSKJ: I like to play.
Meredith Frazier t4KJ: I like to read
'cause it's fun.
Joey Trogdon t3KJ: I like to draw
,cause I like it.
Brent Allen CSKJ: I like playing
games ,cause it's fun.
Scotty Owens CSKJ: I like writing.
Josh Betthauser CBKJ: I don't know
what I like to do in school.
What do you iike best about your
Benjamin Tuggie QSKJ: Mrs. Cox
Meredith Frazier 1410: Mrs. Loflin
Tiffanie Burgess ISKJ: Mrs. Brooks
is kind of sweet.
Joey Trogdon CSKJ: Mrs. Brown
gives me a spanking all the time.
Ginger Farlow KSKD: Mrs. Brooks
gives us things when welre good.
Katherine Lucas t3Ki: Mrs. Man-
gum is silly!
Vicki Smith t4KJ: Miss Gillispie is
Brandon Cox QSKJ: Mrs. Cox is
Melissa Hoover QSKJ: Mrs. Phipps
gives us pretty things when we be
Heather Johnson t4KJ: Mrs. Man-
gum tells us about Jesus.
What do you want to do when you
Josh Betthauser t3KJ: I want to be a
Heather Johnson MKJ: I want to be a
Allison Jordan t4Kl: I want to be a
Seth Cranford t4KJ: I want to be a
Melissa Hoover ISKJ: I want to be a
Brent Alien QSKJ: I want to be a dirt
Darrin Allen QSKJ: I'd like to be a
Misty Andrews CSKJ: I want to be a
Tiffanie Burgess CSKJ: I want to
work in McDonalds.
Joey Tro don CBKJ: I want to be
what Gofwants me to bel
Brad Acquilin CSKJ: I want to be an
ambulance driver because they can
pick up sick people and get them out
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We know our school is Fayette-
l ville St. Christian School. Our col-
ors are Columbia blue and white,
and our mascot is a Patriot. But
what do we know about the people
with whom we spend much of our
day? To acquaint you with the peo-
ple in your classes, we have a poll of
your most and least favorite things.
By Susanne White
To keep up-to-dale on world events, Susanne White reads the Courier Tribune.
1 ........... UNC
2 ........... State
3 .......... FSCS
Least Favorite ........
1 ............. Virginia
2 ......... Wake Forest
2 .......... Dallas
1 ........ Science
3 ......... History
4 ..... . .
2 ........ History
3 ........ English
4 ..... ....... .... S c ience
1 ........... Pizza
2 .......... Steak
3 ........ Burgers
I ........... Okra
2 ........ Potatoes
3 ........ Balogna
1 ........ A-Team
2 ........ Webster
3 ....... Cartoons
4 ....................... Smurfs
1 ......... Dallas
2 ..... Whiz Kids
3 ..... .............. B iscuit
4 ..... ........ S esame St.
Lower Left: Jeremy and .Jason Sams dress
us shepherds on Bible Day. Center:
Murray and Kurt show off their hairstyles.
Lower Right: Jamie and Samuel model
their hats on Hat Day. Bottom: Tanya Hill
models a Hollywood fad.
Top Left: Cowgirl Jessica Spencers poses for the photographer on Occupation Day. Top Right:
Mrs. Byrd, Miss Ward, and Miss Ritter Share some thoughts at devotions.
Left: Mailman Kevin T. carries the
"news." Right: Can Brook, Leslie, and
Tammy keep a secret? Bottom: Joy models
a pretty dress.
, ,teee T'-I ' A
Smile - it'S SPIRIT WEEK!
Since Spirit Week was changed to
the week before the first Homecom-
ing, students of both campuses out-
did themselves to exhibit Patriot
Cheerleaders kicked it off with
the sale of Patriot pins - those
flashy blue and white ribbons flow-
ing from a spirit pendant. Monday
was interesting as people "got off
on the right foot" with Hair and
Sock Day. Tuesday, students de-
monstrated spirit in living color as
they dressed in blue and white along
with a special hat. Wednesday, one
could confess to a priest, call a
plumber, or converse with a nurse
- right at FSCS on Occupation Day.
Bible Character Day brought some
"saintly" behavior while Moses.
Jezebel, shepherds, and Queen
Esther roamed the halls. Awesome
described the look on Friday's
Dress Up Day. At the ringing of the
bell, great exclamation of spirit
were heard as "Go Patriots" rang
through the school.
Elementar Fine Arts
Hours of long, hard practice paid
off for the contestants in
Elementary Fine Arts. First place
finishes in sword drill, spelling.
band, and ensemble brought roars
of applause from Patriot fans who
attended the competition held at
Alamance Christian School.
FSCS came in second in overall
standings, losing only to Alamance.
Congratulations to all contestants
and to all winners!
FSCS Elementary Fine Arts
District Ill Winners
Spelling: Grade 1: Marla Frazier,
Grade 2: Misty Yow,
Grade 6: Brian Baynes,
Poetry: Grade l: Sally Thomas,
Grade 4: Emily McNeill,
Grade 6: Melynda Miller,
Art: Grade l: Bryan Waugh, Third Place:
Grade 3: Nikki Greeson, Third Place:
Grade l: Paul Kilby, Third Place:
Fourth Grade: Jonathan Gooch, First
Place: Sixth Grade: Shannon Criscoe,
Music: Instrumental Special Group: Second
Place: Chorale, Second Place: Vocal
Ensemble, First Place: Vocal Special
Group: Second Place: Brass Soloist:
Preston Cox, First Place: Wood-
winds' Soloist: Tammy Johnston,
First Place: Piano Soloist: Chris
Phipps, First Place: Vocal Solo:
Third Grade: Matthew Rhoads, Third
Place: Vocal Solo: Fourth Grade:
Juliana Cox, First Place Band: First
Sword Drill: Primary: Sharon Hamilton, .lill
Hussey: First Place:
Elementary: Samantha Mor-
gan, Lorie Thomas: First Place:
Intermediate: Lisa Myers,
Shannon Criscoe: First Place
Left: Mr. Blice happily receives the first
place trophy for the Elementary Band. Right:
Waiting for the results of Chorus competi-
tion, Deanna Tarlton and Miss Shelor sit pa-
tiently. Above: Mrs. Phipps and Candy Nixon
await the start of the Sword Drill Contest.
J unior-Senior High Fine Arts
Top: Renee Britt, Amy Byrd, and Misty
Phipps nervously wait for piano solo com-
petition to begin. Left: The girls' triojovially
discuss their performance. Right: Misty
waits to play her piano solo.
Only in their second year of com-
petition, Junior-Senior High contes-
tants brought home several honors.
The Senior High Band won second
place as well as Junior High Chorus.
F SCS Junior-Senior Fine Arts
District III Winners
Senior High Band: Second Placeg
Junior High Brass Solo: Cheryl
Slone: First Placeg Junior High
Woodwind Solo: Kristy Byrd: Sec-
ond Placeg Junior High Chorus: Sec-
ond Placeg Junior High Ensemble:
Second Placeg Senior High Piano
Solo: Amy Byrd: Second Placeg Se-
nior High Spelling: Amy Byrd: First
Placeg Senior High Trio: Third
When the Band Goes Marching In
I983-84 was a big year for the
FSCS Band program. The
Elementary Band won the District
Ill Band Award, and the Jr.-Sr.
Band placed second in NCAA State
Senior Band. The Jr.-Sr. Band be-
came the first Christian School
Band to compete in the NC State
FSCS Band Officers: Amy Byrd, Kristy Byrd
- Drum Major, Sharon Smith, Tim Man-
gum, Kevin Turner, Shawn Kellam, Bryan
Thomas. Below: Band members march in the
FSCS Senior Band: Row l: Kristy Byrd, Amy
Byrd, Wendy Neal, Jerry Coleman, Sharon
Brown. Melynda Miller, Susan Comer, Lisa
Badgett. Row 2: Susanne White, Shawn Kel-
lam. Misty Phipps, Tammy Johnston, Quen-
da Miller, Karen Hall. Shannon Chriscoe,
Brigette Strider, Sharon Linthicum. Sharon
Smith. lvan Strayhorne, Derek Lucas. Row
3: Director, Mr, Blice, Alan Comer, Kevin
Turner, Brett Thompson, Dana Robbins, Jon
Britt, Travis Baynes, Preston Cox, Tim Man-
gum, Melanie Snow, Sean Spivey, Mike
Leonard. Todd Wright. Tammy Taylor,
Brian Baynes, Brian Turner, Cheryl Slone,
Bryan Thomas, Penny Farlow, Steve Tysin-
ger, Tommy Morton.
FSCS Elementary Band: Row l: Lisa Myers,
Tanya Hill, Emily McNeil. Row 2: Chante
Norris, Lori Thomas, Renee Chriscoe,
Juliana Cox, Kristy Smith, Holly Hubbard,
Brian Lanier. Row 3: Ren LaVelle, Chris
Phipps, Lyle Loflin, Landon Brown, Jeremy
Schwartz, Kurt Nichols, Shannon Satter-
field, Kevin Strayhorne, Chris Brown,
Steven Owens. Row 4: Eric Hill, Director,
Mr. Blice, Lisa Linthicum. Not pictured:
Cory Vuncannon, Darin Lucas, Murray
Central District Concert Festival
and received a rating of "Good,"
The Outstanding Band Student
Award for 1983 went to Kristy Byrd
and the Most Improved Section
Award went to the Lower brass.
FSCS Jr.-Sr. Band also became
the first and only NC Christian
school to have a marching band pro-
gram. New band uniforms, a week
at band camp, and two parade per-
formances were the highlights of the
marching season. "Praise ye the
Lord." Ps. l50:l
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Left: ,Ion Britt flashes a smile after the
Asheboro Fall Festival Parade.
Top Right: Several band members
celebrate after a successful march in their
first parade, Above: Amy Byrd
congratulates Drum Major. Kristy Byrd,
for a job well done. Left: The marching
band kturns the street corner in the Fall
Junior-Senior High Chorus: Front Row: Amy
Byrd. Director. Miss Shelor. Preston Cox.
Kevin Wright. David Adkins. Cheryl Slone.
Melanie Snow. Renee Britt. Penny Farlow.
Kristy Byrd. Row 2: Alan Comer. Brent
Cagle. Mike Leonard. Tommy Morton.
Brian Turner. Melynda Miller. Susan Com-
er, Misty Phipps, Karen Hall. Louisa Dunn,
Jerri Coleman. Row 3: Jeff Luther. Tim Man-
gum. Delane Thomas. Pam Wigington, Wen-
dy Neal. Tammy Johnston, Brigette Strider.
Wendy Phillips. Jenny Johnson. Darla But-
ler. Back Row: Steve Caudill. Shawn Kel-
lam. Neal Comer, Travis Baynes, Starsha
Tuggle. Joy Branning. Sheryl Brooks. Quen-
da Miller. Stacy Crutchfield. Sharon Linth-
During warm-ups, Cheryl, Jerri, and Susan
hold the final note very well.
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Patriot Crier Staff Works Overtime
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Selling ads, writing copy, taking
pictures, and forming layouts has
been thejob ofthe Annual Staff. As
FSCS grew, the yearbook added
more pages, and the staff had more
work to do. First-time additions to
this book included four-color pic-
tures, new staffmembers, and inter-
views. Even with the gritting of
teeth, the late assignments, and all
the hard work, the yearbook staff
was a lot of fun. Susanne White
finished the year as top ad
Top Left: To dravs a Student Life layout. Tim Mangum gets ideas from anotheryearhook. lop
Right: "Who's picture is missing?" Amy Byrd asks fcllovt stafl'mcit1bcl's Wendy Neal and Tim
Mangum. Lower Left: Wendy, Joy. and Kristy look at carpet samples before selling an ad,
Lower Right: After touring Hunter Publishing Co, this summer, Advisor Miss faviness.
Susanne White. and Wendy Neal look through yearhooks tx hile they xx ait for a van to take them
back to the Hyatt House to attend yearbook workshops,
Counting the Cost
Publishing a school newspaper
was no easy task for the Patriot
Herald Staff. Several issues were
printed, but production costs forced
the Staffto fold at the end ofthe first
semester - maybe next year!
Top: 1983-84 Patriot Crier Staff: Amy Byrd.
Kristy Byrd. Susanne White. Wendy Neal.
Tim Mangum. Joy Brzinning. Right: l983 Pat-
riot Herald Staff: Sturshn Tuggle. Renee
Britt. Terry Agnor. Steve Cnudill. Advisor
Mr. Brim. Not pictured: E'dreen Jones,
Center: Decisions. decisions! Amy Byrd
selects the best cheerleading pictures to use
in the yearbook.
New Tradition at FSCS
E'dreen gets a victory hug fr h
"I couldn't believe he called my name out!"
There's a new tradition at FSCS!
The honor's reserved for the great
senior class. The choices were
many and then there were few, the
field of selection has now become
The day is Friday, sixteenth day of
Decemberg twill be an occasion that
all will remember. The results of a
contest tonight will be seen, when
one special girl is crowned Home-
coming Queen. Everyone's waiting
for they had a part, in choosing the
one who is close to their heart.
Her hair is dark brown and her eyes
are of blue. The description thus far
could be either ofthe two. She has a
bright smile as all will agree. She's
full of school spirit -1t's so plain to
see. Up to this point, the descrip-
tionls the same. So I guess I should
go on to giving her name.
For a year she will reigng it's a spe-
cial reward, for one who desires to
honor the Lord. Nineteen eighty-
three and four will be a special year,
to look back on with a smile and
maybe with a tear.
And so l give you our Homecoming
Queen, our first school mascot -
For FSCS, a Homecoming tradi-
tion was begun this year. Excite-
ment mounted when two girls were
nominated from the Senior Class,
one of whom would be crowned the
Queen: E'dreen Jones and Starsha
Tuggle, escorted by Neal Comer and
Travis Baynes. Three attendants
were chosen to complete the Court.
The Junior Attendant was Darla
Butler, escorted by Shawn Kellam.
Escorted by Alan Comer, Lori Coll
was the Sophmore Attendant while
Freshman Attendant. Sharon
Brown, escorted by Brett Thomp-
son, completed the list.
Mr. Phipps began the climactic
ceremony by reading a poem writ-
ten by Mr. Harlos to announce the
name of the new Queen. Friday,
Dec. 16, 1983, will long be re-
membered, for E'dreen Jones be-
came the first Homecoming Queen
in the history of FSCS.
"1 couldn't believe he called my
name out," recalled E'dreen during
an interview afterward. 'tl thought
-there is even more responsibility
for me to set an example before the
students of FSCS. I thank the Lord
for allowing me to be the first
Queen, and I realize I must show
Christ forth in my life. To the stu-
dents at FSCS: 'Thank you for
electing me - l will miss you all
First Runner-up Starsha Tuggle, escorted by
Darla Butler, escorted by Shawn Kellam Lori Coll, escorted by Alan Comer Sharon Brown, escorted by Brett
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Top Left: FSCS Bus Drivers make sure stu-
dents get to school safely. They are Mrs.
Mangum, Mrs. Snow, Mrs. Loflin, Mr. Har-
los, and Mr. Coleman. Top Right: Every
afternoon, Mr. Owens, Custodian, takes out
the trash. Left: Teaching piano. Mrs. Blice
instructs Mechelle LaVelle. Middle: Mrs.
Ward volunteers her time to help out during
lunch. Right: Friday is "hot dog day" at
FSCS. Mrs. Comer and Mrs. Wigington pre-
pare those yummy dogs. Lower Right: Miss
Johnson, a newcomer at FSCS. works after-
noon daycare and substitute teaches.
Right: Neal Comer waves to an opponent
saying, "Good game." Below: 1983 Varsity
Soccer Team: Captains Bryan Thomas.
Shawn Kellam. Preston Cox. Tommy
Morton. Kevin Wright. Brian Baynes.
Brett Thompson. Travis Baynes, Coach
Nance, Mike Davis, Neal Comer, Bryan
Lyman, Terry Agnor, David Schwartz,
Jeff Myers, Steve Caudill. Alan Comer.
Lower Right: Neal Comer prepares to pass
to Bryan Thomas for a score while Travis
Baynes and Kevin Wright look on with
FSCS booters began their season
at the Big Oak Invitational Tourna-
ment, barely losing in the last mi-
The team's best half of soccer
came against Gospel-Light. The
guys took a 4-0 lead into halftime,
thanks to the reliable foot of Bryan
Thomas. The Lions retaliated with 7
goals in the second half, spoiling the
Patriot bid to defeat a Piedmont
Conference team for the first time.
Shawn Kellam's injury was a
blow, but Neal Comer helped to take
up the slack. Travis Baynes kept the
ball moving and Jon Britt excelled
on defense. Four Seniors graduate.
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Top Left: Suzan Thompson and Sheryl Brooks anxiously watch as Kristy Byrd prepares
to hit the volleyball back over the net against Rockwell, Ahove: Tammy Taylor
positions to knock the ball out the backdoor against Big Oak. Left: Anna Dellari is
jubilant after scoring a decisive point over Level Cross.
arsity olleyball Gains Experience
With only four players return-
ing from last year's team, the sec-
ond year in Varsity Volleyball
provided plenty of experience.
With twice as many matches as
last year, the girls won two more
than last year, finishing the year
3-16. The team had several close
games that could have gone ei-
Starters included Renee Britt,
Anna DeBari, Jenny Johnson,
Melanie Snow, Kristy Byrd, and
Suzan Thompson. Sheryl Brooks
and Jennifer Franks gave good
support as substitutes. Joy Bran-
ning, Wendy Phillips, and Tam-
my Taylor gained valuable expe-
rience. Defensive standouts
were Anna DeBari and Melanie
Snow while Jenny Johnson and
Suzan Thompson were outstand-
Top: 1983 Volleyball Team: Front Row: Tammy Taylor, Joy Branning. Melanie Snow.
Cheryl Slone. Jennifer Franks, Kristy Byrd. Back Row: Wendy Phillips, Suzan Thom-
son, Renee Britt, Sheryl Brooks, Jenny Johnson, Coach Brown. Not pictured: Anna
DeBari. Above: Joy, Suzan, Tammy, and Jennifer share a laugh after winning a game
against Level Cross.
1983 Volleyball Scores
Southview 0-15, 11-15
Gospel Light UVJ 16-14, 1-15, 12-15
Gospel Light tVJ 7-15, 2-15
Brightwood 12-15, 3-15, 12-15, 1-15
Sheets Memorial 1-15, 13-15, 5-15, 15-8,
Level Cross 14-16, 1-15, 8-15, 15-2,
5-15, 16-14, 6-15, 6-15
Big Oak 4-15, 0-15,4-15, 3-15
Faith 6-15. 19-17,1-15,8-15,
Tabernacle 13-15, 15-10, 9-15
Rockwell 15-11, 15-3, 15-9, 15-12,
15-12, 15-5, 14-16, 16-14,
Shout it out!
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Left: Chief Starsha T uggle yells "We're num-
ber one!" Right: 1983-84 Varsity Cheerlead-
ers: Karen Hall. Sharon Brown. Misty
Phipps. Amy Byrd. Shannon Chriscoe. Star-
sha Tuggle. and Darla Butler. Mrs. Phipps.
After much practice. eight Varsi-
ty Cheerleaders were chosen at the
end of the 82-83 school year. They
chose Col. 3:17 as a theme verse.
Leading the squad for the third con-
secutive year was Captain Starsha
Tuggle. Amy Byrd and Darla Butler
served as Co-Captains.
Chosen to the first Patriot mas-
cot, E,dreen Jones, stimulated fan
interest and applause,
The girls practiced during the
summer on new cheers and mounts.
The squad attended the Holly Boyd
cheering clinic in Lexington, win-
ning the "Most Enthusiastic Tro-
phyf' The cheerleaders entered
routines both in the District and
State Basketball Tournaments in
February and March, winning first
place in the State. FSCS also won
the Sportsmanship trophy.
Patriot Mascot E'dreen Jones shouts
with the me ax hone. "Were
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Top: "We're number one, not two, not
three, not four , . yell the
Cheerleaders at a soccer game against
Level Cross. Center: To perfect this
mount, the Varsity Cheerleaders
worked very hard. Right: Confident
Cheerleaders amaze the student body at
a pep rally with a difficult mount on the
new gym floor. Left: Performing a skit
to encourage students to come to
soccer games are Amy, Angela, Sharon,
Darla, and Starsha.
Varsity Girls, Basketball Team: Penny
Farlow, Jenny Johnson, Kim Hughes,
Sheryl Brooks, Jerri Coleman. Susan
Comer, Stacy Crutchfield, Lisa Myers.
Crystal Auman. Coach Brown. Not
pictured: June Ward, Assistant.
Above: Sheryl and Stacy provide some
sticky defense against Faith. Right: Point
guard Jenny Johnson does some fancy
footwork to set up a play at an away game
1983-84 Girls' Basketball Scores
FSCS Scores First
arsity Girls Hopeful
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Since the girls' team was com-
posed mainly of first year players.
scores were not encouraging. The
girls were led by three returning
players from last year's team and a
Offensive punch was provided by
Stacy Crutchfield and Penny F arlow
while Sheryl Brooks and Jenny
Johnson provided good shots and
ball handling. Stacy, Sheryl, Penny,
and Jerri Coleman were the main
rebounders. Outside hustlers were
Penny, Jenny, and Susan Comer.
Overall, this season was one of
learning the plays and gaining expe-
rience on the court.
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Top: On defense, Stacy Crutchfield breaks
away with a steal. Above: Three girls
dedicate their time to help the Lady
Patriots: Melanie Snow, scorekeeperg
Shaney Auman, manager: and Cheryl
Slone, statistician. Bottom: Stacy
Crutchfield concentrates on the basket for
a free throw against Faith.
'f""This year, Varsity jB0ys' Basket-
l had its--most successful seasorr
FSQ ,sCorcd Hrs!-time victor-is
riesioiferi' th and Alamiiilsle
Bryan Thom 4 A1'ff 'ngfcorer in
the-EAC 1 - ce, with the
helprof Seriiors Jeff Myers and Neal
Comer, provided most of thevsgglr
ing punch for thc team. However.
Alan, Travis, and Shawn put points
onthe hoard in several key games.
All players gave IOOW effort to
defend the newly budid home Court
that was given by the Lord. FSCS
ranked second in the state IA tour-
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Brightwood ..,, 55-49. S0-58
Rockwell xo-34. xv-38
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Sheets ox-45. 63-so
Big oak 49-47, 43-42 '
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First Wins over Faith, Alamance
Left: Varsity Boys' Team: Bryan Cox.
Coach Nance. Brett Thompson. Bryan
Thomas. Shawn Kellam. Alan Comer.
Travis Baynes, Neal Comer. Jeff Myers.
Not shown: Phil Cox, Asst.
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.pm ,K important screen play against Faith while the Varsity guys listen attentively.
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I983-84 JV Boys' Basketball Sen
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Seventh-ninth grade boys played
their first ever JV schedule this
year. Twelve players made up a
team of inexperienced players. but
as the season climaxed. the guys im-
Although the guys only won two
games, they won to themselves the
hearts of all those who saw them
struggle against larger. more experi-
enced ballplayers. With hard work.
perhaps FSCS holds a future cham-
Brian Lyman shoots a lay-up against Faith
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Above: "Get tired up!" shout Dana, Brigette, and Kim at a home basketball game against
Vandalia. Right: 1983-84 .IV Cheerleaders: Crystal Sell, Kim Stephenson, Brigette Strider,
Dana Robbins. Lower Right: During a pep rally. ,IV Cheerleaders finish a good mount.
For the first time. a JV Cheerlead-
ing program was begun at FSCS.
Junior high girls tried out. and four
were chosen for the squad.
Brigette Strider was chosen as
Captain and Kim Stephenson. Co-
Captain. Starsha Tuggle served as
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Below: Boosters support soccer games.
Right: The Band thanks the Mangums for
donating their banner. Lower Left: Boosters
show support at concessions. Lower Right:
Patriot Boosters jump and yell at the
excellent play of the Patriot guys algaingt
Yelling, screaming, clapping,
stomping, even biting nails high-
lighted the typical duties of an avid
Patriot Booster. The Booster Club
was first organized this year. Mem-
bers voted Paul Thomas, President
and Alan Lanier, Vice-President.
Parents devoted two nights a week
during basketball season to come
out and support the Patriots.
Much thanks cannot express the
gratitude FSCS owes to Garland
Lawson for his leadership in the
completion of the new gym floor.
FAYETTEVILLE STREET BAPTIST
901 North Fayetteville Street
Asheboro, North Carolina 27203
"The Church in the Heart of and with
aHe rtforA h b "
a s e oro
Pastor John Gamble
Route 2. Box 580
Seagrove. NC 27341
Church Phone: 464-2121
Parsonage Phone: 464-3836
Pastor Tim White
"Holding forth the Word of Life"
Ridge 84 Church Streets
Ramseur, NC 27316
Pastor: Rev. Adrian Pugh
Asst. Pastor: Rev. Dwane Pugh
Bus Ministry: 824-4066
SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH
4'Committed to building a
New Testament Church, the
New Testament Way"
Route 1, Box 451
Ramseur, NC 27316
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Mom and Dad
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May your goals, dreams,
and ambitions bring you the
happiness and success you
You are, indeed, our
Sunshine. May God bless and
be with you always.
We love you,
Prov. 3:5, 6 Mom and
At GE Asheboro
We bring good things to life!
Rt. 2, Box 463, Ramseur, NC
ETHEL'S UNIFORM SHOP
2012 S. Fayetteville St.
Asheboro, NC 27203
S.E. HAUSER, INC.
Quality Food Service Products
High Point, NC
GO, PATRIOTS, GO!
BIC DEAL, INC.
13342 N, Fayvttcvillr- St.
Asllclmoro, NC 272053
uSliot-s for the Fainilyn
HUFFMAN OIL CO.
OF ASHEBORO. INC.
724 S. Fayetteville St. P.O. Box 578
Asheboro, NC. 27203 Phone: 625-3124
C9163 625-1988 COMPLETE SAW
MID STATE REPAIR SHOP
2445 South Fayetteville Street
Asheboro, North Carolina 27203
Eugene Hurly: Owner Repair Welding
Triad Plumbing Supply
560 W. Walker Ave.
Asheboro, NC 27203
DICK WEEKS CONSTRUCTION CO.
P.O. Box I
Asheboro NC 27203
Power Line Construction
Yearbook Donors and Boosters: Trans-World
Liquidators, Grimes Jewelry. Hollingsworth
Jewelry, Phyllis Neal, Shane Lowe, Steve
Starsha: I'm glad God gave you a little brother!
THE RENTAL MART
Asheboro, NC 27203
t PHONE r919J 6294666
IN ASHEBORO lT'S
EVANS MUSIC CENTER
'IYOLJR FAMILY NILJSIC STOREM
SALES I SERVICE
HEDGECOCK BUILDERS SUPPLY, CO RIQHARD 1. E ANS. OWNER
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TELEPHONE 49191 629 ZI48
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MONROE'S MUSIC 8: JEWELRY CO.
"The Mark of Quality"
FAITH BOOK NOOK AND GIFT SHOP
Your Gospel Book Store
ASHEBORO ANIMAL HOSPITAL
RANDOLPH ANIMAL HOSPITAL
Zen if Cutoff: Yzambzg
YOUR COLLECTOR PRINT GALLERY
KENNETH HICKS 660 N FAYETTEVILLE ST
Owner ASHEBORO. NC 27203
DRUGS OF ' ALITY
200 Foust Street
Yates Country Ham, Inc.
P.O. Box 61, Asheboro, NC
MERLE NORMAN COSMETICS
305 Sunset Avenue
Asheboro, NC 27203
P.0. BOX 2046
Asheboro, North Carolina 27203
The Trophy Shop
1009 S. Park St., Asheboro, NC
L And L One Hour Cleaners
1529 N. Fayetteville St., Asheboro, NC
GARNER FLORIST AND
Becky's of Asheboro
Asheboro, NC 27203
REAL ESTATE - SALES - MANAGEMENT
LURENE WALKER Rill ESTATE DU., INC
aus 625-2687 szsaiis 115 N mvsrrevitts smear
Home 6252637 Asiisaono, N c 27203
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221 S. Fayetteville St.
Asheboro, N.C. 27203
This year's Patriot Crier Staff wishes to thank several
people who helped to make this year's annual a success.
Thank you. Mrs. Nance. for drawing several layouts, etc.
Mr. Harlos and faculty, thanks for helping with copy. For
photography, we thank Miss Caviness and the NC Zoo for
allowing Senior pictures to be made there. Finally. we are
grateful to our advertisers, Hunter Publishing Co., Dick
QE. and Tom Adams for the publication of our book.
Asheboro New Car 84 Truck Dealers
BRADY DODGE CHRYSLER
ED HYDER DATSUN
MID STATE TOYOTA
Elliott Office Equipment Co., Inc.
124 West Academy Street
Asheboro, NC 27203
Phone: IQIQD 629-9106
DAN THOMAS PONTIAC
STUART BOWMAN OLDS, CAD, Ponta TS CAME Asasu PL ES LINED Enron
AMC, RENAULT PRAM NG PRINTS
VESTAI., FORD, LINCOLN
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HAYWORTH WALKER BUICK, 211 NORTH DOGWOOD AVE
PEUGEOT, siren CITY, N C 27344 JIMMY CRANFOFID MEMgIglllc iNC
Pao ess ONAI oroom Hen I919I 742-2713
NEELY 84 LISK INSURANCE AGENCY,
General Insurance ik,
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POST OFFICE BOX IO
236-38 NORTH COX STREET
ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 27203
Moving 8L Storage Services You Can Have
Authorized Agent For
B 8: H Van Lines
ICC No. MC 87113
ASHEBORO KEY 81
Keys, Locks, Burglar Alarms
155 N. Park St.
Asheboro, NC 27203
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P.O. Box 576, Randleman, NC 27317
TOLL FREE OUTSIDE NC 1-800-334-6799
p. 0. box 986 - 2404 n. fayetteville st
asheboro, north carolina 27203
Asheboro Plumbing and Heating, Co
1029 Sunset Avenue
ASHEBORO CONCRETE PRODUCTS
South Fayetteville St.
Asheboro, NC 27203
Blocks - Building Material - Lumber -
Brick - Hardware - Appliances - Paint -
Wall Paper - Carpet - Lighting Fixtures
PRINTING CO., lNC.
522 N. Fayetteville St.
P.O. Drawer 219
Asheboro, North Carolina 27203
South End Texaco
Day 529-5565 Night 873-1806
24-Hour Wrecker Service
1647 South Fayetteville St.
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101 W. Kivett St.
Asheboro, NC 27203
By Appointment Only
Drawer 1167, Asheboro, North Carolina 27203
Telephone 19191 625-1380
Phone C9195 625-l547
MADE RITE FOODS
Greensboro, NC 27408 SAMSON and -I-HE LION
Producers of: NATURAL FOODS
Made Rite Sandwiches,
Jubilee Salads 8L Mario's Pizza 1311 N- F21YCUCV111C Sffflei
Susan 8a Tiffany Jones Asheboro NC
North Gate Plaza
Hours: Mon.-Sat.: 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.
Sunday: I P.M. to 6 P.M.
Today Stevens is one of the largest textile
operations in the world, supplying fabrics to the
apparel industry and finished products from the
home furnishings market.
Stevens needs intelligent people
who welcome the challenge of progress.
If you wish to know more about career
opportunities with Stevens, come by and see us
or talk to your guidance counselor.
JP. STEVENS S CO., INC.
72+ 'jpelLjeffex7LlLe Street
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Ovderfu, 'Wiener 629-f910l
PHILLIPS BROS. COUNTRY HAM, INC.
P.O. Box 1599
1523 S. Fayetteville Street
Asheboro, North Carolina 27203
Wholesale S Retail Country Hams
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1661 N. Fayetteville sr. Route 1
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Phone: 672-1196 Phone: 824-4041
McCulloch Chain Saws
Bill Flinchum, Owner
204 West Ward Street
P.O. Box 1845
Asheboro, N.C. 27203
LEONARD ELECTRIC MOTOR
531 N. Fayetteville Street
Asheboro, NC 27203
Shop Phone: 625-2375
Phone: 19191 625-2359
DOUBLE EAGLE COIN
Color T.V. 81 Stereos Craig CB 81 Tape Players
1213 N. Fayetteville Street
P.O. Box 85 ZINIIQ
Asheboro, NC 27203
160 N. PARK STREET PHONE 629-1670
Phone: 629-5580 David Blackburn
T.V. SALES 81 SERVICE
ASHEBORO, N.C. 27203
SPRING WOOD BARBER SHOP
2030 South Fayetteville St. GENE BUMGARNER Antennas and Rotors
Asheboro, NC 27203
We,re Growing Strongeflogether.
CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK
272 N. Fayetteville St.
Asheboro, NC 27203
NEIGHBOR TO NEIGHBOR
The First National Bank of Randolph County
Box 1328, Asheboro, N.C. 27203
Tammy! We're very
X ,K proud of your
4 I Q achievements. May
A l, i the Lord bless you
in 3 always!
Mom 84 Dad
Prov. 3:6 'lln all thy ways, acknowledge Him,
and He shall direct Thy paths."
William M. Hendricks, M.D. SL Staff
Asheboro Dermatology Clinic, PA
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Asheboro Office: 625- 1370
Ramseur Office: 824-2361
SUIT OUTLET OF
1334 N. Fayetteville St.
A h b NC 27203
Ph C9195 672 2899
P.O. Box 337
R seur, NC 27316
Phone: C9191 824-2375
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P. O. BOX 220
Asheboro. N C. 27203
PREVO DRUGS, INC.
510 Sunset Avenue
Open Monday Thru Saturday
8:30 A.M.-11:00 P.M.
3153231116 Controls D D E C Q .
707 East Dixie Drive
Owner: Roby C. Kidd, Ir.
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Route 2, Box 2588, Heath Dairy Road
Randleman, N.C. 27317
"For the Finest in Truck Washing"
Serving Central North Carolina
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DON SMITH NURSERY AND
Complete Landscaping Design 8a Maintenance
Shrubs, Trees, Seeding, Crossties, Consulting Hwy. 42 East, 3 miles. f9l9l 629-3074
Member N.C. Landscape Contractors No S47
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NORMAN MACHINE 81 SUPPLY CO., INC
300 WEST BAILEY STREET
P. O. BOX 1121
ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 27203
PHON E i919l 672-0116
Specialists in Quality Machine Parts,
Stampings and Assemblies for lndustry
1713 N. Fayetteville St.
Asheboro, NC 27203
"Let Us Help You Make It"
The place to be
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B.D. CBobJ Woodall, Jr.
Phone: 69193 629-5391
P.O. Box 105
Asheboro, NC 27203
We have one of the largest
inventories of passenger
car tires in Randolph
Also, we sell many brands
of truck tires, farm tires,
recaps, and have road
Y' J.H. ALLE , INC.
409 W. Central Ave. "' P.O. Drawer 2809 X Asheboro, NC 27204-2809 96 C9193 672-1035
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I Cor. l5:58 reads
"Therefore, my beloved
brethren, be ye stedfast,
abounding in the work of
the Lord, forasmuch as ye
know that your labor is not
in vain in the Lord."
May this verse go with
you as you graduate from
From your loving
MEMORIES - when
yesterday was "tomorrow"
- will linger in our mindsg
Suddenly, you are grown up!
'Tomorrow' has become
We love you,
Mom and Dad
We are very proud of
May the Lord bless and
keep you always.
Mom 8L Dad
I Sam. 12: 24
You have once again
caused our hearts to
rejoice. May you
always find the Word
of God to be the only
true source of strength,
power, and wisdom.
Daddy 84 Mama
826 Albemarle Road
Asheboro, NC 27203
Owned and Operated by Tommy and Todd McKenzie
Sheet Metal, Air Conditionin
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Hwy 64 East Asheboro NC 27203
Leo Hammer Phone: f9l9J 629-6164
Christian, Rachel, and Jennifer Hammer
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Carpet Sales St Installation
Vinyl Floors Counter Tops Wall Paper
465 N. Fayetteville St.
Asheboro, N.C. 27203
Owners: Garland Lawson, larnes Moran
PUGH FUNERAL HOME
444 Sunset Ave., Asheboro, NC 27203
600 A. Main St., Randleman, NC 27317
Ridge Funeral Home, Inc.
A 261 N. Fayetteville St.
Asheboro. North Carolina 27203
SHAPIRO 84 SHAPIRO
For Appointment . . . PHONE: 625-3871
LADIES - GENTLEMEN
LES BROWN 412 N. Fayetteville Sf.
Owner Asheboro, N. C. 27203
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EAST SIDE BAPTIST CHURCH
Hwy 64-E fAcross From Randolph Mall!
Discover The Difference Johnny L. King
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Hwy. 311 S. 8a Hwy. 220 Randlcman, NC 27317 Phone: 498-7631
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Britt, Renee: Band l,2,3,4. Jazz
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Caudill, Steve: FFA l. Soccer 2,3,4.
Basketball 2.3. Newspaper 4. Cho-
Comer, Neal: Basketball l,2,3,4.
Soccer 1.4. Chorus l.3,4.
Jones, E,dreen: Volleyball l,2,3.
Basketball 2,3. Chorus 2,3,4. Annu-
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Myers, Jeff: Basketball l,2,3,4.
Soccer l,2,3,4. Class Treasurer 3.4.
Tuggle, Starsha: Cheerleading
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Officer 3.4. Chorus l,2,4. Student
White, Susanne: Band l,2,3.4. Jazz
Band 3. Newspaper Staff3. Annual
Workman, Tammy: Piano l,2,3,4.
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Agnor. Terry 10
Allen. Brent 34
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Allen. Darrin 35
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Allen, Tracie 18
Allred, Chad 30
Allred, Chris 31
Allred. Jamie 38
Allred. Nicholas 38
Anderson. Danny 18
Andrews, Misty 39
Ashley, Bridget 21
Ashley. Don 29
Atmell. Sonya 35
Auman. Anthony 25
Auman. Jason 21
Auman. Kristel I9
Auman. Matthew 31
Auman. Shaney 20
Baugeu. Lisa is
Badgett. Scott 19
Barnes. Paul 37
Barnes. Shana 38
Barnes, Shannon 37
Baynes, Brian 20
Baynes, Travis 16
Bean. Amy 25
Beane, Christopher 25
Betthauser. Josh 39
Biggers, Ashley 31
Biggers, Shaunna 35
Black, Monica 30
Blackburn. David Z0
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Blice. Chris 8
Blice, Debbie 56
Bost. Blake 35
Bowman, Dee Ann 27
Boyd. Jamie 34
Branning. Joy 17
Brim. Randle 8
Brim. Rebecca 31
Britt. Jonathan I6
Britt. Matthew 39
Britt. Rebecca 33
Britt, Renee 10
Brooks. Clara 8
Brooks. Jennifer 39
Brooks. Sheryl 17
Brown. Celeste 34
Brown. Chris 21
Brown. Dana 29
Brown, Landon Z1
Brown, Luke 31
Brown. Mike 8
Brown. Sharon 18
Brown. Teressa 8
Butler, Darla 16
Burgess. Titfanie 33
Burgess. Wendy Z6
Burrow, Danny 30
Byrd, Amy 16
Byrd, Anita 8
Byrd, Kristy 17
Cagle, Brent 20
Canoy. Kelly 31
Carrico. Roger 29
Carter, Darrin 27
Carter. Layla 23
Caudill. Steve 10
Caulder. Audra 30
Causcy. Melodi 18
Cavender, Angel 28
Cavender, Katie 38
Caviness, Fonda 8
Criscoc, Shane 36
Coble. Jamie Z8
Cockman. Sherry Z3
Coleman. Jerri 19
Coleman. Matthevi 34
Coleman. Ron 8
Coleman, Season 29
Coll, Blanche 8
Coll. Lori 17
Coll. Valerie I9
Collins, Daphne Z8
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Comer. Alan I7
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Conville. Dale 33
Cook, Mandee 21
Cox. Brandon 34
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Cox. Juliana 23
Cox. Jonathan 30
Cox, Peggy 8
Cox. Preston 20
Cox. Tammy 26
Crantord. Chad 27
Cranford, Derek 30
Cranford, Nancy 8
Cranford, Seth 37
Criscoe, Matthew 34
Criscoe. Renee 22
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Czencz, Melissa 37
Davis, Jamie 34
Davis, Jason 39
Davis, Junior 19
Davis. Kevin 37
Davis. Michael 19
Deaton, Michael 38
Deaton, Ryan 37
DeBari. Anna 16
DeBari. Julie Z3
Dickens, Kevin 22
Dunlap. Shawn 20
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Frazier, Marla Z8
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Frye. Rhonda 18
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Greene. Kim 37
Greene, Missy 35
Greeson. Nikki Z6
Grittith. Sue 8
Gordon, Alena 35
Gordon, Jeremy 35
Gooch. Jonathan Z3
Hackett. Darren I8
Hall. Jon 38
Hall. Karen I9
Hallock, Lyn I7
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Hames, Angela 29
Hamlctt, Tony Z1
Hammer. Christian Z5
Hammer. Jennifer 21
Hammer. Rachel 29
Hammett. Sharon Z5
Hammett. Tony Z1
Hammond. Tina 27
Hancock. Michael 38
Harlos. Dawn 8
Harlos. Steve 8
Harris, Michael 37
Hartis. Brent Z5
Hartis. Kent Z5
Harwell. Tammy 22
Hayden, Jason 35
Heath, Danny 35
Heath. Michelle 23
Heaton. Tina 34
Hedgecock. Shelly Z5
Hightill, Danny 21
Hill. Crystal 23
Hill. Eric 21
Hill. Kelli 28
Hill, Louise 19
Hill, Tanya Z1
Hodge. Brandon 36
Holston. Dell 31
Hooker. Lori 34
Hoovert Melissa 35
Howell, Bonnie Jean 26
Howell. Lee 33
Hubbard, Holly 22
Hudson, Paige 28
Hughes, Kim I8
Humble. Anthony Z2
Humble. Renee Z7
Hunt, Aaron 37
Hunt, Shannon 28
Hussey, Jill 26
Ingle, Dawn 33
Johnson, Ginny 56
Johnson, Heather 39
Johnson. Jenny 17
Johnson. Karen 22
Johnson, Keith ,U
Johnston. Jim 9
Johnston. Tammy 20
Jones. E'dreen I0
Jones. Murray 21
Jones. Wendy 18
Jordon. Allison 38
Kast. Kelly 38
Kearns. Sabrina 36
Kellam. Shavin I7
Kennedy. Bryan IX
Kennedy. Ifelissa Z1
Kilby. Paul 28
King. Bobbie ZX
Kivett. Jason 39
Lambe. Crystal 34
Lamhe. Sandy 39
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Lane. Leigh Ann Z7
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Lanier. Bradley 30
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Latham. Travis Z1
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Laughlin. Stephanie 30
LaVeIIe, Mechelle Z6
LaVelIe. Ren 21
Lawson. Keisha Z7
Lee. Justin 39
Leonard. Mike 19
Lewis, Brian 25
Lineberry. Todd 224
Linthicum. Crissy 30
Linthicum. Jonathan 36
Linthicum. Lisa Z1
Linthicum. Sharon I9
Lotlin. Betty 8
Lotlin. Lyle 23
Lowe. Shane 27
Lucas. Darin 23
Lucas. Derek I9
Lucas. Kathy 39
Luther. Jeff I7
Lyman. Brian I9
Maness. Laura 29
Mangum. Joy Z7
Mangum. Joyce 8
Mangum, Tim I8
Marion, Miranda 37
Martindale. Lee 34
McCurry. Joey 34
Mclirady, Keisha 32S
McNeill. Emily 22
McNeill. Jeffrey 31
McPherson, Dallas 39
McPherson. Danielle 25
McPherson. Virginia Z8
Mead. Beau Z8
Mcissncr. Kelly 38
Miller. Aaron 30
Miller. Cassey 36
Miller. Melynda 20
Miller. Quenda IX
Mitchell. Jeffery 33
Monck, Johnny 36
Moran, Jennifer 36
Morgan. Ashley 37
Morgan. Julie 31
Morgan. Samantha Z5
Morris. Dustin 30
Morton. Tommy I9
Myers. Chris 23
Myers. Jeff 10
Myers. Lisa Z1
Myers. Stephen I9
Nance. Jimmy 25
Nance. Keith 8
Nance. Nicholas 37
Neal. Jennifer 25
Neal, Wendy 18
Nelson. Anissea 29
Nelson. Billy 22
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Scott. Kevin 23
Scott. Kim 38
Sell. Crvstal 20
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Shehan. Jason 37
Simmons. Jonathan 31
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Sisk. Sarah 28
Skeen. Jamie 27
Skeen. Laura 30
Skeen. Tammy 25
Slone. Cheryl 19
Smith. Jennifer ZX
Smith. Karen 26
Smith. Kevin 27
Smith. Kristie ZZ
Smith. Roy 9
Smith, Ryan 36
Smith, Sharon I8
Smith. Vicki 36
Snow. Junior 9
Snow. Melanie 17
Snow. Mildred 8
Spencer. Benjamin 35
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Spivey. Brian 27
Spivey, Della Jean 30
Spivey. Keith 18
Nelson. Bradley 25
Nichols. Karmen I8
Nichols. Kristian I7
Nichols. Kurt 21
Nixon. Brandon 37
Nixon. Candace Z5
Norris. Chante 21
Norris. Roger Z9
Ozites. Lynsey 28
Oates. Shane 31
Ocheltree. Eric Z5
Owens. Karen 22
Owens. Laurin 33
Owens. Mike 56
Owens. Scottie 34
Owens. Steven 22
Owens. Terry' 29
Parks. Lisa 36
Parks. Missy 33
Parks. Randy 25
Parnell. Brent 26
Parnell. Brooke 28
Parrish, Angela 29
Patton. Ricky 31
Peach. Frankie 37
Peslak. Alex 37
Phillips. Melinda 27
Phillips. Wendy 20
Phipps. Bruce 8
Phipps. Christopher Z1
Phipps. Misty 19
Phipps, Wanda 8
Powel. Morgan 37
Presnell. Danny 33
Presnell. Jennifer 27
Pugh. Lane 28
Pugh. Shane 23
Raitcliff. Timmy 37
Reeder. Andy 31
Reeder. Gary Z6
Redding. John 25
Redding. Lisa 36
Ritter. Jan 8
Robbins, Amanda 33
Robbins. Dana 20
Robbins. Heather 34
Rogers. Billie Jo Z2
Roth, Crystal 36
Roth. Brandon Dale 38
Roth. Don 9
Runge, Tabby 37
Salley. Mollie za
Sams. Jason 27
Sams. Jeremy 30
Sattertield. Shannon 23
Sauls, Jenna 31
Saunders. David 33
Savchak. John 26
Schlein. Marlin 25
Schwartz, David I8
Schwartz. Ginny 33
Schwartz. Jeremy Z1
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Spivey. Sean 18
Spivey. Shannon Z1
Stafford. Sarah 31
Stephenson. Bryan 23
Stephenson. Kim IX
Strayhorne. Ivan 19
Strayhorne. Kevin ZZ
Strider. Brigette Z0
Swaney. Emily 29
Tarllon. Deanna Z3
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Tatum. Melissa 30
Taylor. Crystal 29
Taylor. Tammy' 20
Taylor. Lorraine 18
Teague. Michael 36
Tesh. Amy 39
Tesh. Anna 26
Thomas, Bryan 16
Thomas. David 33
Thomas. Delane 16
Thomas. Lorie 22
Thomas. Sally Z9
Thompson. Brett 18
Thompson. Jeremy 30
Thompson. Suzan I9
Thurston. Alex 38
Trogdon. Joey 38
Trogdon. Samuel 36
Trogdon. Stephen 18
Trogdon. Tanya 27
Trogdon. Trenda 30
Tuggle. Benjamin 34
Tuggle. Starsha 11
Turner. Brian 19
Turner. Kevin I9
Tysinger. Steve 16
Vaughn. Kelly 34
Vuncannon. Cory 23
Vuncannon. Donny 31
Vuncannon. Doug 26
Vuncannon. Paula 31
Walker. stephanie 30
Ward. June 8
Ward. Lois 8
Ward. Ruth 56
Waugh, Brian 29
White. Jason 36
White, Stephen 25
White, Susanne ll
Whitesell, Christi 34
Whittington. Tonya 35
Wigington. Dianna 8
Wigington. Pam 17
Williams. Darren 18
Williams. Stephen 23
Wilkerson. Jamie 28
Wood. Davie 33
Woodall. Lee Anne 30
Woodell. Kristan 36
Workman. Jimmy 18
Workman. Tammy II
Wright. Kevin 20
Wright. Robert Jr. 27
Wright. Todd 20
Wyatt, Ben 26
Ytirk. Jason Z6
Yow. Misty 27
Above: After an exciting pep rally. Brent
Hartis relaxes on Shelly Hedgecock's
shoulder. Below: "We lost our mittens,"
recite the three little "kittens" at SK
As another year comes to a close,
FSCS gratefully acknowledges the
Lord for all that He has done. Psalm
l06Il states, "O give thanks unto
the Lordg for He is good."
Since the gym floor was com-
pleted before basketball season, the
first home game and Homecoming
were held December 16, 1983. Var-
sity Boys Basketball team had their
first victory over arch rival Faith
and Alamance while Varsity Cheer-
leaders chose the first school
For concessions, a brand new gas
stove was purchased. In May,
FSCS graduated its very first class
of nine seniors.
For all these blessings, FSCS is
thankful, and looks forward to
Ustepping ahead" to a new year.
Taking it in Stride
Left: Senior girls girls take a break before
having portraits made at the NC Zoo.
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Griffith and Miss Allen discuss a language
lesson and team teaching. Center: At
halftime, Patriot fans Bradley Lanier and
Kevin Dickens enjoy drinks from the new
concession stand. Above: Junior Bryan
Thomas reaches high for two while Travis
Stepping Out - Aiming High
Below: Varsity Cheerleaders exhibit a new
pompom routine - "We're 9641 !"
Above: During art. Michael Davis touches
up his woodwork painting project. Right:
Homecoming Queen E'dreen Jones
receives congratulations from Susan
Left: "Go for it, Shane!"
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Bottom: FSCS students cheer up the
elderly at Brian's Center. Above: Baby Coy
'Nothing could be finer" for Mr.
and Mrs. Nance than to have their
son, Jordan Coy, home from Duke
Hospital after a three month strug-
gle from premature birth complica-
tions. Much prayer and God's good-
ness brought him "a step ahead."
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