First Colonial High School - Heritage Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA)

 - Class of 1968

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'V ff' 3 Q' ,. rs. h In Dedication A yearbook must have a strong leader on the finan- cial staff. We have found our strength in Captain Alexander H. Hood. After four years of study at the United States Naval Academy, he received a Bachelor of Science Degree. He retired after thirty years of service. Having worked With yearbook staffs for eight years, Captain Hood was a great hellp in forming the very first Heritage at First Colonia. This book we dedicate to him for his generosity and untiring spirit. Had 1Hgh u Captain Hood is also devoted to his profession as a teacher of Physics and Science. L - bf if H Y x Y Uv F Patriotism is accomplishment on the field, in our studies, and with our talents. We sometimes fail, but our spirit drives us on, re- warding us in the end. i ,' 4' 1, I' si v-144 . 1 . 1 l T 4'-. . , Q 'X 0 X - ' H .Db . 'Q' .g Q , f ' ,Aff z . sl' v . l l ll l ' "V wg," 'I L I4 X . . . . . fm' Patr1ot1sm 1S determlnatlon to 'fn s J ' Q . Q.--' ' 'sf X: Lk .x". , . ,., ,ff 'bf '--'- ---wihfo ' 'N-'ln S--"'-V i not all work. It is filled with recognition. I f Q A ."-Qff Q ' u G Q2-nr I .Wg ' ,-. Q.: v . A, ...J '13 each our goal. Life is Oments of joy and , Q fi ,fz2y5"f:q ...... AA- T - Patriotism requires leadership, not only in our Student Cooperative Association but in athletics, in spirit and in scholarship as well. As patriots we must develop these qualities with the cooperation of our teachers and the administration. 9 ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY The role of an administrator or teacher is an important one for he must guide the student throughout his high school career. His job as overseer of student functions and scholastic accomplish- ments gives the school the leadership it needs. ' K a : x H J'-W""' 6 lk XA, ,Z mf'- Principal 'A Mr. James C. Mounie W Assistant Principal Assistant Principal Mr. Norman L. Fields Mr. E. Carlton Bowyer G- V I P L I I 'K 12 ' Y r f , Left to RightfMrs. Marguerite S. Shelly, Mrs. Jane D. Hafling, Mrs. Mary L. Tinney. Left to Right-Betsy H. Darst, Shirley Jacobs, Gloria Stenzhorn, Gus G. Polizos. 'Mr " N5-sf' W? R3 ,...-"""'-,' ji ..--""' ida - Q f 'Q P- 4 ff 'ff-nd l .TVH jam Nur-""' ixnfg .-.-Q1 i qi Business Department Ralph E. Callahan, Jr. B.S.-V.P.l. Sponsor-Distributive Education Club Larry Wayne Brown A.B.-Catawba College Mrs. Marilyn Wade B.A.-Michigan State University Sponsor-Art Club Jane W. Shell B.S.-Madison College Sponsor-F.B.L.A. Department Head Hilda Jones B.S.-Appalachian State University I Herman D. Paschall B.S.-Frederick College Alice G. Saunders B.A.-R.P.I. Co-sponsor-F.B.L.A. Martha Whitehurst A.B.-Meredith College D.E. Department Ar N .I .351 .,,. 44, ' Barbara W. Owens B.A.-University of North Carolina Department Head Sponsor-Senior Class ', . l n 1 ,' 2 'f 'fx X". xl x . .KI f RQ 4 fjxx it f Xb Ar' . lf. , .X. J f'f Ria XQx ngli h Department x -U QS avf A ,p -L 1... fd'-3 5,5 i lv, iv i ! F P 121.3 it f ' r . Sw+.' fsirznx 1:0 y".,:f,f guns '42 tif. 'U' 'zz' :.l.I!l:: 4 9 V 5 uaoQ'0..1 ssl", . W Il -"11111: 'duuunuu ' untill Y QIIIIUU jggllll James E. Boyd, Jr. B.S.-V.P.I. Sponsor-Hi-Y Judith A. Bryant B.A.-Longwood College Sharron M. Haring A.B.-Catawba College Sponsor-Debate Team and Club Mrs. Martha C. Huddleston B.A.-Mary Washington College Stewart M. Douglas B.A.-Randolph-Macon College Paula Lippard B.A.-William and Mary College lll..L. .paul-' Qui! ' ' s zzslaln ...nano-U fi AQ! Karolyn Amy McAdoo Patricia Ogden Katherine L. Reilly B.A.-Longwood College B.A.-Albertus Magnus College B.A.-Brenau College Sponsor-Newspaper Sponsor-National Honor Society Betty S. Rogers B.A.-Mary Washington College Sponsor-F.T.A., Forensics Courtney Sargeant A.B.-Brenau College Sponsor-10th Grade Mary Louise Shannon A.B., M.Ed.-Temple University, University of Florida, William and Mary Sponsor-Debate Team Ann Gregson Tench B.A.-Meredith College Sponsor-Annual Jeanette F. Tugwell B.S.-East Carolina College Sponsor-Junior Class Juliana P. Wood B.A.-University of Tennessee Sponsor-Y-Teens, Folk Club Eighth Grade ngli h Department fcontj tg, Cyl, 63x ff. s' "K 'sw . , . X -4.3 Q Q' 0,5 1 in WIT! XJ,- fi HL 15' Virginia Ellis B.A.-Mary Washington College Sponsor-Pi Sigma Tri-Hi-Y, Ninth Grade Susan C. Etheridge B.A.-Wake I-'orest University Sponsor-Pep Club Mrs. J. A. Milne B.A.-Clark University Director of Student Activities Sponsor-l.C.C., German Club Linda Teabout B.A.-University of North Carolina J. Susanne Truesdale A.B.-East Carolina College Sponsor-Varsity Cheerleaders, Spanish Club Mary Virginia Wilson B.A.-Old Dominion College Co-sponsor-Spanish Club, Varsity Cheerleaders Foreign Language Department Carlton W. Rountree Master's-University of Virginia A.B.-Asbury College Department Head 17 r 49" lv A 'I 6, ,Lk . 38 G1 5 -17' I 1 v . Nancy A. Brown B.S.-University of North Carolina Tomara L. Warren B.S.-Radford College Sponsor-Future Homemakers of America 1 fi 3 S i ndu trial Arts John E. Roberson BS.. MA.-East Carolina College Department Head Coach-Tennis Athletip Director Winifrcd I.. Carter B..-X.-Agites Scott College Ronald E. Etheridge B.Sr-Old Dominion College Coach-Track. Asit. JN. Football Department F.C.B. Mcfune Department Head B.S.-LIS. Naval Academy Sponsor-Key Club Stanley O. Switzer B.A.-Elon College Sponsor-Drill Team Douglas E. Tillburg B.S.-Old Dominion College Math Department 9 'A' V's v if-1 18 Math Department Ccontj John T. Marshall B.S.-U,S. Naval Academy Donna Hayden Harry W. Midgette B.A.-University of Kentucky B.S.-Old Dominion College i CHPL R- K- ITVUIS Barbara Robinson B.S. U.S. Naval Academy M.S., B.A. Hampton Instltut Va. State College Louise C. Kerzanet Catherine E- W00dY B.S.-North Carolina State B-A-'Old Dominion Colle? Sponsor-Drill Team 19 ,Avg any ,555 fn Mu ie Department J . William Miller B.M., M.A.-Shenandoah Conservatory of viz? Music ,. 'Y' 'N 1 je ia'-C 'fr 1.7 'Y--ff? if 14- William M. Sexton B.S.-East Carolina College P.E. Department Viola A. Clark B.S.-Madilon College Coach-Hockey, Basketball, Gymnastics Dept. Head Charles E. Fishel B.S., M.A.-East Carolina College Dept. Head 411, A 15 Beverley Torok B.A.-Lynchburg College Fred W. Britton B.S.-Frederick College Thomas E. Gregory B.S.-Atlantic Christian Coach-Wrestling Jeanette Highfrll B.S.-John Brown University 20 Science Department Bnice Bakter B.S.-Ohio State University Sponsor-Inter-Act Club Capt. A. H. Hood USN Ret. B.S.-U.S. Naval Academy Department Head Sponsor-Annual Mrs. Suzy Blackburn B.A.-Lamar State College M. J. Furst B.S.-Miami University Ralph E. Hoskins B.S.-Marshall University, Old Dominion College Laura Lee Meyerhoffer B.S.-Longwood College Sponsor-J.V. Cheerleaders L.W. Shackelford B.S., M.Ed.-East Carolina College William and Mary Coach-Varsity Baseball Sponsor-S.C.A. Mary Jane Turner A.B.-Goucher College Mrs. O. W. 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Football Q. w , 1 s . ! 3 "" , 5 ""' 1'- ' tx F ' X. ,S 5 to l x i Mary Elizabeth Meek William S. Powell Frank Webster Thelma V. Houck A.B.Chatham College B.A.-V.M.l. B.S.-V.P.I. A.B., M.A.-West Virginia University Sponsor-History Club Sponsor-Monogram Club, Department Head Coach-Varsity Football And Wrestling Social Studies Department William Winstead B.A.-William and Mary Special Education l ff? Book Store 2 f' S. 1--9' 4 r I . 23 UISC I ' ' -, ii, 5 x- .ll "' '- I Vlrgmla Ne burn Mrs Blanche Mazzeo Librarians Mrs. Margaret A. Fraser Mrs. Margaret Owens 'W' "ff" 54 'ff 11" 1ff:,fE'52',Ag? , r'i".f'4f" . ..aA l . ' I2 - A C66 I .xii AQ 1 J Mfr? , 1 ii .fZE 47, - U, -1 1 U Lf 'i I -,f .14 k 1 -.'?!-S1 ,V jf 5, - ,L SENIOR "r 'v' ' ' 'Un aw 9 ff2h15"' 5"fi1'!'l'1 . r4f5f'Ig'9' . 'fi 'C .f-7 f,41.i94? ' "I o ifi , , , f, f , Iz,i?g+If',s.w' .V J' - ' rail? I -:A 11' I 1 ' . Q Jig, I if-1 I -. l . H. -, 47" ' ' f ' f 1 . 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Bingley Stephen Biondo Reynaud Anthony Bishop Arthur Albert Boothe Donald Ray Bradley Class of ,6 Joyce Ann Brehm Christiana Brockenborough X , ff-.An ,gan .V William Douglas Edward Black Douglas Walter Bonney Larry Boone Martha Reams Boone tl R 'xx Patrick James Cahill Nancy Elizabeth Caldwell Annileta Capps Christopher Carlson Roy Edward Bucher Carol Joyce Burdett S Alice Maxine Burford Mildred Virginia Butt 1 .J +4 lr, 1 I rr W Candice Anne Casey Heather McRae Cheshire Charles Edward Clynes, Jr. Rosemary Candace Cohick Linda Dale Coker Paula Jo Cookson Class of Joseph Whitmel Cotten Linda Anne Cratch .I I Carole Lynne Crockett Jane Elizabeth f '11, Danforth 'f"?s W James Morgan GQ Davis Bruce Wayne Deans V X ...LT f x Joanne Debeasso Martha Fleming DeWitt Karen Elizabeth Dienhart Anne N'--as Dixon 'P 'T Y' 'TW "-I! Class of '6 .1 ,. Yljf 1-P" lxqsx EEE , l IL- reef Shirley Claudette Dowdy Cauly Elizabeth Drum Sally Taylor Dunthom Thomas Waddy Eagar Brian Paul Early Deen Edward Entsminger Brent Warren Erickson Kathryn Earline Esposito Percy Lee Etheridge, Jr. Sally Ross Etheridge Joe CarroU Fairchild William Britton Fanney Henry Lee Foiles, III Dianne Cummings Franklin William Ray Fullerton Carol Ann Games Class of 96 X1 lf" Qi John Cleveland Garofalo Pamela Dozier Garrett David Charles Gawrys Charles Lamb Gilliam, Jr. Carlton Theodore Goodwin, Jr. Robert Lee Gordon, III Danny Ray Graham Mark Townsend Gregory Elenor Griffin Danny G. Grimes Charles Wesley Guthrie lIl Cynthia Ann Hall Stephanie Hamblin Burton W. Hancock, Jr. Laura Ann Hanneman Martha Victoria Hansen Rib O QQ Q 1f.f if!! Z 4 Ji tai ,sq Class of '6 '04 'ig XS. Kai .ZX 'rf -Q? bg .Qld A QP 'bf' l Way ne L. Hardy Melinda Lee Harper Cheryl Marie Harris Judith Ann Haubrich Rebecca Ellen Hauser Jeffrey Adams Headley Thomas William Healy Louise Anne Herbert ,Hi 'T' W 'tw Linda Mae Hinyub Ken Hitchler Nathan James Hitchler Donald Ray Hoffman ,a--x ii' -,a ox Jane Lynne Hershey Kathy Hess Marsha Hickman Bobby Allen Hines fi AO 1' ,.. Robert Lee Holland, Jr. Betty Dianne Horton Helen Bridget Hughes Gayle Ann Hughes 119- 19" it 4 J ax? N7 'TD-' T""V Lannah Marie Hughes Valerie Cecelia lfft Class Jack William Jahn Patricia Lynne J ensen mga Y-vv"7 of '68 Betty Charliene Johnson Elaine Virginia Johnson Judy Merture Johnson Barbara Clare Jones fQ ""? ,.,,.....-9 ...I Cav 4-Q Elizabeth Anne Jones Patricia Jones Frederick Schoew Jordan Richard Hemy J oy . , my. '. ' S, Q ' "Q f'4, IT v R Vi Mark Thomas Kent ' William Michael Kent 'Fun Class if --as James Leggett Kitchin, Jr. Eric Robert Klingenberg of '6 Leslie Lee Koett Shelagh Michele Kreck my Sheri Lyn Kimnach Robert Carlyle ' Kingan .,.4Q 'if all W 7-x pf. Roberta Fay Lash Millicent Lassiter Pamela Lee Lattimer Dawn Marie LeMaitre Mary Lou Lake Heather Ellen Lam James Whipple Lane, Jr. Beth Lanier ff? K F ' x 9.4--1 , E ,sf , K, ' 'L ' 1 'Y '17 Stephen Randall Lloyd Stephen Arthur Loesche Class of 68 Lee Anne London Sandra Ann Long vixbn T' va! Marsha Lynn Lett Gregory Byard Lilley Christopher Harvey Linblad Susan Anne Link ,.,p-qi? -.ff W? 2 r ii ' in f 457 4 - ' ggi? - . -aq- Linda Elizabeth Longworth Susan N. Lynch Janice Marie Maeer Joann Beatrice Maher 4-sox WLT? ww' .430 ' aff' NV James Philip Mailhot Alton Edward Mangham Lam' Maples Roy Perkins Marsh Vt? Ray i Matter Reginald Brandner Matthews I I Ron McAlhaney vgg. Joyce Diane l,X":""' McChesney ing TQHQP' as Y:":"" -ff N Rebecca Gay McCoy Janice Susan McLeod Class Cathy Meacham Mary Lynda Melvin of 968 QQ - wx Q r Q 'Y T217 John Alsbrooke Moore Owen Jones Moore Robert William Moore Alfonzo Robert Morgan Linda Middaugh David Pugh Midgett Virginia Rebecca Miller Janie Moore I H Saundra LaVerne Morgan Thomas Luke Moseley Deborah Cecile Murden Thomas Mahoney Murphy 18 is 'LTD' 5-'T V X. Maris Beth Nagle vu., xii' N R Newcomb -gl' bf I Q Class of 96 Randy Newcomb Paul Eugene Nipper X i x K' -4 iii T,. 2 - J -.s R' 'Vx . 1- va 14" fl EPS 64 4---4 . Q- X-Q Y 'H ls rp! ff: 1245221 ' V 46-0 " F .L Carl Nix Ann Laurie Nixon Peter Nixon Mike Notte Christine Ober Mary Catherine O'Neil Edward Lloyd Onley Joyce Irene Opre g: 9-Qu x -....., X ..f.l 9. Billy Brown Ottinger Robert Michael Owens Carolyn Pace Roger Allen Palmer, Jr. Class of '6 Judy Ann Partin Willard Voight Pendleton Sandra Lee Pfleuger Vance Lyle Piner, Jr. lx , Liogl 4 Sandra Fay Pipkin Bonnie Katherine Posavec Deborah Joan Postak Clarkson M. Price Connie Lou Price Pat Elizabeth Price Willis Price Sara Prinz 'Z' ia nf' Nancy Quinn Alan Anthony Rabe Class of Howard Vernon Richardson, III Linda Carolina Rimmele John Daniel Roberts, Jr. Candis Hope Robeson James M. Ramsey 9 it is -A 2 -- Q f Nqr? !, F1 , s '78 N Tzu' 'Yung ,W I ' -4 -Q11 7 is ...X , X fl. Lacy Robeson Elizabeth Ashley ,J -1' Rockecharlie 'r 1:::',?' Mike Ruggles Susan Elizabeth Saunders Marvin Roger Sawyer Debra Jo Schwartz Adelheid Charlotte Schwarz Teresa Arlene Seaman 4-any if-"5 'Ib 2.159 Carl Douglas Shelton Roger Dale Shelton Robert Lee Shuford Joseph Maurice Simpson, Jr. Class of '68 Jacqueline Gail Sivertsen Cathryn Elizabeth Slaughter Sandra Elaine Sledge Mike Sloan Floyd Lee Smith Linda Kay Smith Patricia Ann Smith Donna Delores Snider Mary Cathleen Somervell Ricky Spain Christopher Mark Spruill Cheryl Stevens Dumps qi-L ...W A MR-In V2.7 0--wg 11-D- 'K -'IN Jug "1 Dennis Stewart 5. . George Winslow N . Stillman M- H , .F Robert Clinton Stivers so l',,- Edith Katherine Strange Class of '68 Deborah Ann Stumpf Nancy Linda Sutherland Elizabeth Lorene Sutton Michael Lawton Swaney vi 5 12.27 5'--Hr v-n,', he fo' 1' -a-0 gnu- L fe-v 95 . - N, 5 'JT Barbara Talley Claude Aubrey Taylor, lll K Deborah Violet Tillett I 5 Jane Helen Titcomb I I Stevan Alan Townsend i Jacqueline Barbara Trudel f , l 1 i I i i Julia Lee Vaderson Donna VanKleeck si? X-1:-rf? S.l H 2 fl ""1'7 Larry Van Nostrand Walter Van Nostrand Janet Ann Vasile Robert Vellines Class of 96 Linda Vick Vicki Viles Mike Vislocky Joseph Wallace P'.'F X,w 0 Diane Walters Hal m I Ward 'YD QW' 'w.,.,,.! Alfred Evart Weston Mary Kay White Sandra Whiting David Lee Williams Wu Veronica Marie Washington Sharron Waters TT' John Edward Wolfe Jessie Woodhouse William Hancock Woodhouse Wayne Thomas Woods B, Linda Joyce Williams Ned Williams Tina Wilson Addis Moore Wolcott Class of '6 he i I Martha Marie Wright Kitty VanLew Wyche Murray Garrison Yeates, Jr. Glen Allen Yoder ,uri ,- lui 'Cl' THQ- .31 Cathy Youngblood Danielle Zienk Jerry Allred Michele Babineau Teresa Boroughs Percy B. Collier John Cunningham Karen Elizabeth English YC' 'F' N 'IH 'f QUTQPT 1 mv n"'S. Class of '68 James Albert Fishel William Ray Fullerton Philip Greene Constance Eleanora Jones 15 'Hg J' Randall Chermaine Malbon Aileen Sexton L Our Sponsor - Mrs. Barbara Owens Janet Eileen Taylor 62 Fi ,9l' an ,J 'Y',i ian 0 L.. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Standing, Jerry Allred, Treasurerg Winslow Stillman, President. Sitting, Mrs. Owens, Sponsor: Petie Snider, Secretary. Seniors attend first assembly. 3' f we President: Jimbo Kitchm Viee i NIIIIR 9 ..". Mixed emotions over the tloat , , w ' x ww. Q. u.l 63 Left to Right: Bill Pendleton Winslow Stillman Ricky Richardson Tom Eagar Delegates to Boys' and Girls' State Left to Right: Connie Jones Pam Garrett Carol Bahlman Jackie Sivertsen I ff .fel xi, EEA, E f V . an ' J ,nie vs if A i Jy WH! me HM 64 l ,E 'Q 1 QKQAZQ L ,- 1' 4 -f 3? 1 I ' . 4. iz .,, ' a. '-if I, ii 'Y t , . ,N , x "' . 'f Q D, if -,qX. Q . If ,gg 3 rf 1 V' The Optomist Club honore d Pam Garrett and Tom Eagar earlier in the year as out- standing Girl and Boy o f First Colonial High. Both have contributed much to the school and the com- munity through their high school years. U3 'C' i BL- P m and Tom accept congratulations. f iw 7 f 9--1 flu ff l Tom pl y g ard on F, C f tb 111 P participatesi S.C.A. activities. ,R -f-v-u.v,,vf--- 1 J TOP TEN: left to right, M. Babineau, B. Lanier, J. Hershey, J. Sivertsen, J. Titcomb, H. Cheshire,C. Bahlman, S. Sledge, P. Garrett, T. Eagar. The re- maining honor graudates include: D. Allen, C. Anderson, B. Argabright, E. Beiler, M. Boone, C. Casey, J. Danforth, M. Dewitt, D. Franklin, C. Gil- liam, E. Griffin, M. Harper, L. Hiriyub, B. Horton, J. Jahn, P. Jensen, B. Jones, C. Jones, E. Jones, R. Kovach, G. Lilley, S. Loeshe, S.Long,J Moore, A. Nixon, W. Pendleton, D. Postak, H. Richardson, S. Saunders, A. Schwarz, R. Shuford, D. Tillett, J. Vaderson, A. Weston, J. Woodhouse, K. Wyche, G. Yeates, D. Zienk. Honor Graduates of 1968 Valedictorian Salutatorian Jane Titcomb Heather Cheshire , . l 66 The class of 1968 hosts the first Ring Dance of F Lrst Colonlal Hlgh dft i'Z.f: ,ab ,A t.. f-4 .4 XA " 2 I ,- a ,, , ,, S4 '- ii-, sw May I have your attention? Carole-behind the scene! .-sr-'ov' ra K I1 , N - A um m. What could she be thinking 2 -1, f Y X Agp 1 W I , The Senior Class of 1968 is finally nearing the end of a successful year. With college boards behin d Q. 3. them, many have been accepte d to college, while others have chosen a different field to pursue. Hold everything. 0 Group participation. y at work 4.2 , r' S 4. X ,, G' J KN S The senior class finds time for many activities outside of . school. Yh T hdt k eresa ar a wor ! 70 L N 'jx 1 5.1, .X I .x. 2 dv. sm , -ax 5 x45 kiwi, X U 1 1 Q sd xx 1 'nas "4-.. an-.X xv- Hr-4' I ,FCS Should I? Clowning around! 7 -J The meeting is now called to order. ,lliiyli ,as Q 1 K Iii -.., ,.-4. ..oo. 1 .4o. Na bw A gh f ,P is kr 'lf w ,QV Ak-'15- X , , E, . Q, E 3. FESTIVITIES 'Gr3'L'.2-451 .f -Q if ,gf ' .Ar The 1967 Liberty Bowl Queen Connie Jones Heather Cheshir In-1 1'. f fl ?' I K.itty Wyche Senior Attendants I Connie Jones escorted by John Garofalo. Homecoming Court - Left to Right - Joanie Terrell, Joyce Keller, Patty Lakeman, Diane Erving, Jacque Seaman, Kathie Downs, Shar- on Gilcrease, Linda Miller. HON VICYION -.af-W Y 'T 49' 1-4 X!! 75 x . ' I ln 'Q , "I , 3 o E f"a r I 5 .slgf4l""1Lr"' 1 1:1 Homecoming Spirit is Shown in Many Ways r . . ,. ,, ff The Drill Team marches in Homecoming Parade The Fife and Drum Corps performs at halftime. 76 Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Yamrick 4 .I I Y 'rvryi F ktvfwff-V.-',, EW 'f la- 15" f, w X 44 'h. ,vu N 4 r""". if ' u 5 'I , , ,,' .1-1, "L'l Q we I -4 :. If -fi? l 1. 7 'in tiff Assemblies play an important role in the studentis life. Throughout the year the student body gathers to hear speakers,music and talent shows and dramatic presentations. SCA officers show respect to their fellow classmen. SCA President, John Wolfe addresses the student body at the Thanksgiving Assembly. Around the World 111 r Teresa Seaman and Chris Wade practice their lead roles. The first musical to be per- formed at First Colonial was "Aro1md the World in Eighty Days" which was sponsored by the Drama Club. 'I ... 'S'V Q.. 5 5 Y 5 i Z l And the band played on! 196 Talent Show A modern dance "I enjoy being a gir1!,' ,Z Tl 80 Christmas began early at First Colonial this year. but not early enough!Thc week before Christmas vacation was utter confusion as thc traditional tree was decorated in the front hall and each homeroom door was decorated. Baskets of food were collected in every homeroom and distributed among needy families in Va. Beach. Prizes were given to the three homerooms with the best decorations and the most canned goods. The Junior Class was recognized as best-all-around in the compe- tition. A large mailbox sponsored by Beta Tri-Hi-Y was put near the Christmas tree for intra-school Christmas cards. The Tri-Hi-Y delivered the cards to homerooms for the price of a Christmas seal. THE Many sides Christmas -4 ai., f 81 I r 1 a f , . I 9 r ! 2 A A S. wc I 5 iv 3 X T if 1 , 54 9,1- 115 'M - Ei'tf5iT'v.w. ' ' X -Q-vwjw 412201 We 1. 9- 1 Q45 gf . aaifz?i A p 'L "fab: , -4 -. ,A - f'a':f4:.,n Q ,' ,L gf". 2, 1. iff -FQAEE ' 1 -' S9 3 '.."H-fi 24 .- .-Jil, dx . , . . , - ":"N'2: w i"i1 xx :Jw V' K -.fav -jig--4 3-7, .355 -Y ., A 1, -A 'f gig. 1 1'-" 'f r ,ix-P X 1 if aff' Underclass Attendants First Row: Mary Carlquist, Michele DcPree, Priscilla McNary, Linda Bozard. Second Row: Put llubbartl, Angie tJ'Gorman, liosuinary Dupree, Nlel- anie Bone. ff' li ax? 1' 11.7 'UN 1-.Q agafs Patti Jensen was crowned Colonial Ball Queen on April 6, 1968 at the second annual Colonial Ball sponsored by the Student Cooperative Association. Jane Danforth and Debbie Murden were her Senior attendants. The theme for the evening was "Spring is a New Beginningv and illustrations from the book by that name lined the walls of the gym. 83 g:ns3 a To be used in the next hour. atrioti m i it 5 I 1 , . KT , J' We salute America and the great state of Virginia f I "'x,Y ,I '-"x Q I . f, t .sl An inquisitive, "adopted" mascot, Cathy Roberson. 84 G- G- hd ff I The yearbook was finally finished. Meetings and more meetings. 5. N 7 1 . , Q X ..v. 1. . 1f"f.'f . L" 75.15- .."f'A :Q ... , - .. " 'aff . ,Z fs' .'---.s ,r H., '4 . 'J 4 lf L-'2':l1"' ,N . , A Hallmark winner' ? DMG FTFI HISTORY Quia lull al f' .. l ,1- M- 'vii " . v .-f fx. Mm i fy W, :A 27-in 'X 4,4-v13f'T , nv ,. 4 , ' ' nl- Q, ' "J 1, f Lak 's' .LJ ' ' L5 ..g,,.f-1. z..-j, "" .U ,ff Monogram 'Car Smashl I-..'x'f Various Sights Around First Colonial a s 'Q' 97 I rl! V 1. Y mth Y Dessert! Dessert! Steve Finn and Jim Eldridge question their accuracy. xlxur 1 xqn in Q. 8 ilu T2 .Q and 4,- 9.1 7 -K 1 rfdr 3, f ' y . . - ' 4 'f E.. 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N . ,ivy 5. -4 ., sm A- , I I I .Y 1' . .Zh I, . -pw 'ff3vx""-1.5-',,'w'?fv.jgQ3g i, c -X Q,,.i-,iffy- - I m g: .M Mx A -A A .fum '.:g:g, - t A , ,ZR 3w: .f li, Y 5 ,,ff .,,gif is . 3 A if 'R . - 4., w ,Qu 'L-51520 in ..,r'x.'feo1'IiLi1 4' 95 9 Oh! What a dime can do. DY I Varsity cheerleaders on the move. f X w, L I he .... a u. Q., . af' 58 That was a good one! 'ir Q9 6 87 ACTIVITIES 4-I 1 N 'L 1" i Jilk os Q Student Cooperative Association . A '3ZQf"' Q T-vi""- " A " . IL. . . . M l M A 1 ...Q , .D ...H . Wu Y '-. 5 . ' 1.5"- s- .W-s.-. 4..w.iu....-.- .. - M. lst row: J. Wolfe. C. Jones. J. Sivertsen, L. VanNostrand. 2nd row: L. Miller. T. Deary, C. Markert, S. Joiner, H. Schwartz, L. Deaver, R. Malbon, P Snyder. J. Danforth. J. Allred. D. Baxter B. Baxter. 3rd row: P. Brady, J. Murphy, S. Fussel, J. Loesche, L. Bozard, M. Murphy, S. Axelrod, D. Fla- herty, P. Garvin. H. Brockenbrough. A. O'Gorman, C. Caton, D. Hoel, R. Smith. 4th row: K, Craft, P. Lakeman, C. Doyle, C. McNiel, M. Williams, B. Carter, K. Wyche. P. Garrett, T. Eagar. A. Nutter. P. Price, C. Hall. P. Dudley, S. Ricker. 5th row: N. Williams, M. McNiel, S. Baker, B. Phillips, S. Stott. H. Foils, B. Lawlor, F. Jorden. H. Doyle. L. Brown, M. White, P. Summos. 6th row: M. Troutt, B. Shaw, T. Atkinson, C. Hudgins, B. Thomp- son C. Wall. J. Jennings. J. Owens. L. Pulley, M. Palacio, C. Carleson, C. Drum, T. Burnes. The student Cooperative Association is designed to promote better school relations between the faculty and students. It spon- sors the Liberty Bowl in the fall and the Open House which provides an opportunity for others to view the school. It also sponsors the Spring Dance later in the year. The S.C.A. council makes many of the decisions which govern our school and through the homeroom representatives the students are aware ofthe role of the S.C.A. 90 Mr. Shackelford confers with .lohn Wolfe. OIflflClfRS Mr. Shackelford, Sponsorg John Wolfe, Presidentg Connie Jones, Vice-President: Jackie Sivertsen, Secretaryg Larry VanNostrand, Treasurer X u f '1-:G 9' 91 1' S 1 N 'gf sr -V XJ. xr "kk ex' Kneeling, S. Summers, C. Clynes. Front row, N Vlelvin J Green H Lam G Gordon S Kovach G Worral D Entsmmger E Davis K Backlund L. Murphy. Back row. A. Van Tol. L. Hitchler,T Burns B Phillips J Griffin S Lone J VanHoose L Hitchler A Clynes B Stivers The Folk Club, headed by President Charlie Clvnes and sponsored by Mr Miller was organized for students who are interested in folk music. This year their main project was the Folk Show Charlie Clynes pres Joyce Griffin v pres B Brothers sec Robbie McDamels favs -we X J' L' nter Club Council Connie and Mrs. Milne confer. .1- 1l"l J. Wolfe, Mrs. Milne, R. Richardson, A. O'Gorman, P. Garrett. 2nd Row: C. Williams, P. Jensen. T. Eager, J. Jahn. K. Wyche, Nl. Babineau. Xl. Wall C. Clines, B. Jones, B. Baxter, L. Hughes, J. Garofalo, M. Headley, S. Long, C. Markert, C. Taylor, D. Bailey. 93 Ll arching Band VX! -- i Attention on the tield. If ,ff dv' k X ' J Band Majorettes - L to R - Linda Smith, Cathy Fairfield, Susie Fulgum, Linda Houge. 94 Drum Major: Chris W:-fll Concert Band Band Captam Jerry Bonney Executive Officer Lyle Pmer A bandmcmbcfs vicxx ot' his director 94 A1 .A And the band played on? 95 r A Mixed Choru I l www 05 Deen Entsminger, Student Director, leads chorus during an assem- bly held for Heidi Swartz. 1' f-h-:...1...-,, , I Jerry, Deen, Bobby, and Larry have been with Mr. Miller all four years of their high school career. l ' 96 Madrigal Choru lst Row-L to R-E. Davis, B. Rockycharlic, Early, C. Berdctte, G. Litchficld, B. Stivcrs. 2nd Row: T. Seaman, S. Sparks, S. Long, J. Griffin, D Entsminger, P. Cole, J. Allred, Mr. Miller. 3rd Row: M. Dewitt, H. Swartz, J. Halbrick. 4th Row: B. Moore, l'. Nixon, L. VunNostran, N. Williams, W Woods G Deprez. V - Alfff Sing along with Mr. Miller. X 97 1 x . 5 . '-Y 7 'lX. , V -,T'7Yf an ,Nia -Q "' Qu 4 F I M ..,.. S. Front row: P. Cole, D. Ash, C. Markert. Back row: C. Graves, H. Potter, J. Fishel, R. Bishop, B. Oliver, B. Phillips, J. Richardson, M. Gleason, M. listevez, B. McDonald, B. Johnson, J. Grimstead, B. Lawlor. The Hi-Y, an affiliation of the YMCA of Virginia Beach, is a very worthwhile club for am- bitious boys. a -. ... .,, 'Y Q K' ' ' WVZFW' " ... va-an----at 4 . .-..-.....,. K i 'F 5 ,. 'as f.,. , AP' OFFICERS Pres. Pat Coleg Vice-Pres. Cotton Marketg Sec. Duane Ash: Tres. Bill Phillips. Chess Team . , ,. .fry .V snail K ,gl laura lst Row: T. Amundsen, Capt, lrvin, sponsor, C. Williams. 2nd Row: B. Ottinger, Roger Palmer, B. Blum, S. Loesche. 3rd Row: D. Parrist, Ed Boice, Rocky Longworth. 4th Row: B. Jones, R. Harrell, P. Smith, S. Boyce, M. Allsbrook, K. Leidig. """"'L B e B --ee B B -r The 1967-68 First Colonial High School Chess Team under the leadership of President, Tom Amundson and Sec-Treas. Chris Williams have remained undefeated in a season of District play. I" ik... .NN if V... N Team Co-Captains Chris Williams, Tom Amundsen 99 German Club The German Club participated in the school-wide candy sale. as did all clubs. They made a trip to Old Dominion College for a slide lecture from a member of the German Xaxjv. Slides were also shown by Miss Lippard and Miss Clarke ffrom Bayside High Schooll. They held a joint meeting with the Cox German Club. It was a "Fasching Celebration". which is a pre-Lenten festivity e similar to Mardi Gras. They have also bought a subscription to "Der Stern" for the library. Heidi Schwartz. our foreign exchange student from Germany. has done much to boost the morale and attendance of the German Club. K lst ron: H. Schwartz. J. Garofalo. W. Peterson. Mrs. Milne. Sponsor. 2nd row: S. Biondo. K. Rice, M. Vislocky, L. Smith. 3rd row: Ramona Benton S. Smith. D. YanNostrand. J. Rouck. C. Huxter. B. George. M. Faulkner. S. Sledge. 4th row: J. Jahn, B. Jones, C. Miller, J. Hope, D. Douglas. 2- f e -a4l1.... f'. -f al- l Q i T-X .Y I X -i ...A 1 :--425 Er.- 8.14. "-537 OFFICERS page 100 OFFICERS Left to right: John Garofalo. President Wes Peterson. V-President Heidi Schwartz, Vicki Harryman 100 Sec. - Treas. Hi tory Club lst Row: K. Dienhart, H. Weston, S. Long, Miss Meek, D. Bailey, R. Mott. 2nd Row: D. Dienhart, D. Mott, K. Rice, L. Flore,C. Jones, R. Greene. 3rd Row: D. Knight, B. Talley. L. Hansen, S. Rydell, S. Gilcrease, E. Luffman. 4th Row: D. Newton, N. Melvin, B. Baldwin, P. Phillips, P. Tumer, D. Goodwin. The History Club this year has been very active. Those students especially interested in history have the chance to hear speakers and take field trips to many of the historical sights that are in abundance in this area. In February the club sponsored an assembly on the topic of Viet Nam. It has been a very worthwhile year and the members have profited from their ex- periences. Officers Pres. Sandra Long, V-Pres. Al Weston, Sec. Karen Deinhart, Treas. Debbie Bailey, Chaplain, Rita Mott ..,..,-,,.,,,.,,,.,,.. aw. .T ---Y-f-'-V .. W --.J . -- , lzv-' ..........,.,.,,.,.,,,..,.,.,,,, E, 3 lg, - - -t-7-4 - - V-e - -1 , - br. . i..,...A-... 1. . - ""' "N" M-MW ------- ,i 5 f Y A F ,Q - .--..........4,. . .. . . ,.,..,,,,,, ist.. .. ' -L. . " - U' ds- -VJ-. 9... ,J ,.,,j-,,,,.,h p,-VA, , ,v-5 1 x if .45-J Qin R U0 F.H.A. f 2 - sw ' Tift iiil i . lil: yW1!5'.,!,?v . za zjil 'W gi .fl 'I-.:,r, Q gi Q X 5 g. 2311!-Q! S.-ry X lst row: Mrs. Warren, Sponsor: M. Headly, C. McCune, L. De er, D. Yow, J. Hudson, G. Kirkland, P. Belvin, Miss Brown, Sponsor. 2nd row: J. VanTol. P. Jacovidis, B. Gupton, B. Had ck, P. Fowler, B. Packer, C. Bennardo, K. Kipp, L. Shoalar, Becky Johnson, T. Taylor, P. Punt, C. Mallison, L. Hadley, N. elvin, D. Spruill, M. Lindvlad, D. Campbell, L. Huerts. The Future Homemakers of America is an organization for all Home Economics students. The purpose of this club is to prepare its members for the future when they will become homemakers. OFFICERS Melissa Headly, Pres.g Letha Deaver, V-Pres.g Debbie Yow, Sec.g Ginny Kurk1and,Parl.gPhylis Belvin, Historian Carolin McLore, Treas.g Jolene Hudson, Report. Q 1. ." ,'1.j29.1.- 'sf gi' X rama Club I """i 1 Ii- 1 1 N...A lst row: J. Richardson, S. Gilcrease, S. McNeil, M. Spessard, Miss Blackburn, Sponsor. 2nd row: A. Harrier, C. Carlson, P. Summers, J. Seaman. J Miller, H. Davidoff, S. Carlquist, C. Ober, K. Davison. 3rd row: L. Gibons, B. Hale, P. Garvin, T. Parker. D. Walker, L. Walker. 4th row: J. llaubrich P Latimer, L. Murphy, Anne Miller, J. Macer. 5th row: K, Smith, L. Hansen, L. Williams, T. Seaman, D. Schwartz, P. Lawrence. R. Craddock. The 1968 Drama Club sponsored by Mrs Blackburn was started for students OFFICERS Interested in the theater- Undef the Skippy McNeil, Secretary A Major Spessard, Vice President A Sharon Gilcrease, Treasurer - direction of Mrs. B. Rogers the group John RiCh21rdS0n.PreSidCnI- produced AROUND THE WORLD IN 8U DAYS which was a great success. zaitill. 'ei f John Richardson rehcarses 'D for play QS Beta ri-Hi-Y lst row: Linda Williams, Chaplain: Sec. Lannah Hughesg Pres. Andrea Nutter, Vice-Pres. Amy Caldwell: His- torian Beth Lanier1Treas. Jane Titcombg Sponsor Miss Gentry. 2nd row: Pat Phillips, Kathy Kingan, N. Hart, L. Parker, P. Harris, S. Washburn. 3rd row: M. Babineau, D. Franklin, Candy Cohick, B. Hodges, B. Shmedir, A. Olenjar. 4th row: Gayle Spry, D. Gawrys, S. Beaudreaux, L. Hinyub, Sheri Stephens, J. Vadersen. 5th row: E. Davis, S. Fussel, C. Etheridge, C. Doyle, D. Tillet, G. Wyle, Jane Cowan. Beta Tri-Hi-Y organized in affiliation with the Va. District YMCA, was actively involved in school activities from the be- ginning of the academic year. With Miss Gentry as sponsor and Andrea Nutter as president, the club launched many successful school and community projects, such as a car windshield wash at Princess Anne Plaza, the thought-for the week throughout the year, a Christmas party for underprivileged children, and a Christmas mailbox. Lannah Hughes was elected as president 4 when Andrea Nutter left for California at the end of the first semester with Dianne Franklin replacing her as secretary. Throughout the year Beta Tri-Hi-Y has been represented at various local, state and national YMCA youth conferences. This year has been highly successful, and the coming year looks even brighter with the fine leadership the club has in abundance. -Teens - lst row: A. O'Gorman, G. Johnson, S. Gilcrease, S. Pipkin, D. Brady. 2nd row: B. Baldwin, D. Goodwin, M. Williams. G. Wakeiiled. L. Tremble, K. Mercer, G. Bosher. S. Carlquist, H. Broekenbrough, B. Waters, D. Newton. 3rd row: A. Harrier, B. Duke, M. Hadley, V. Orgera. I.. Walker, R. Dupree A. Olyar, M. Hadley, L. Parker, l. Kapetanakis, N. Hart. 4th row: G. Johnson, J. Hatling, J. Garofalo, S. Joyner. P. Sheffy, J. Horton, G. Gooter J. Oprey, P. Brown. Sth row: C. Knutson, K. Craft, P. Lakeman, D. Boykin, C. Malbon. D. Twisdale. P. Basnight, J. Nlongilardi. 6th row: G. Wyle J. Cowan, S. Sparks, P. Phillips, D. Tubbs, T. Parker, If. Somerville, B. Anderson. The Phi Kappa Pi Y-teens worked with enthusiasm, donating food and clothing to bring happiness to a needy family over the holidays. The Mid-Winter Ball topped the year's social events. Trips including Williamsburg, New York, and Nassau were offered to all Y-teen members. OFFICISRS Angie O'Gorman, Pres., Jenny Johnson, Vice-Pres.: Diane Brady, Sec.: Sharron Gilcrease, Chap.: Sandy Pip- kin, Treas.g Holly Brockenbrough, Sgt.-at-Arms. .ly Ars Medica - -if . 'zilogfi' all ,Y 45-f hai lst row: OTTTICERS: L. Williams. B. Jones. D. Baxter. C. Stevens. 2nd row: C. Miller. I. Kapetanakis, B, Johnson, B. Baxter M Boone S Washburn. S. Joyner. 3rd row: C.. Anderson. D. Reynolds, D, Rollins. J. Allred. G. Johnson. 4th row: R. Atwater, L. Longworth lx Mahan A Miller. The Ars Medica Club was created for those interested in the field of medicine. The club has been very busy taking various trips throughout the state. Some trips of great interest were the tours ofthe Rehabilitation Center and Depaul Hospital in Norfolk. the Medical College of Virginia and Central State Hospital in Richmond. and the Virginia Beach General Hospital. The Ars Medica Club also sponsored a symposium on Human Growth. to which all medical clubs of Virginia Beach were invited. Sponsored by Captain and Mrs. Edmund L. Jones 106 , -if .K 4 w-ggi if iv' lst Row: D. Franklin, T. Seaman, M. Lett, B. Johnson, P. Dudley. 2nd Row: K. Kingan, C. Drum. 3rd Row: C. Carleson, V. Washington. 4th Row: C. Brockenbrough, C. Hess, A. Mabry, T. Fiore. 5th Row: L. Hinjub, E. Early. 6th Row: E. Sutton, S. Jennings, L. Smith, D. Brewer, M. Babincau. Pep Club Promotes Spirit This year the Pep Club continued to promote patriot spirit among the student body. Again the spirit chain was a major con- tribution to the excitement of the Liberty Bowl. The Club also sold pom pons during the basketball season and participated in the school-wide candy sale. Officers Pres. Michele Babineau, V. Pres. Dianne Franklin, Treas. Mar- sha Lett, Sgt.-at-Arms, Debbie Brewer, Historian, Crissie Brock- enbrough Sponsored by 107 Mr. 8: Mrs. R. B. Franklin Q . fm lst Row: D. Baxter, L. Piner, H. Schwartz, C. Taylor, J. Allred, T. Bingley, J. Jarofalo, B. Pendleton. 2nd Row: B. Deans, D. Reynolds, B. Henry, C. Markert, G. Erb, B. Lawlor, C. Beebe, S. Biondo, G. Lilley, T. Amundson. 3rd Row: J. Greene, L. VanNostrand, T. Laney, J. Smipson, D. Howard, J. Spenser, J. Kihman, K. Mattox, B. Kutz, J. Eldridge. 4th Row: B. Brooks, E. Tebele, D. Knight, D. Green, C. Spruill, M. Powell, M. Wall, K. Suggart, W. Fur, D.Ents- minger. 5th Row: Bill George. M. Sawyer, E. Hughes, M. Ruggles, R. Bucher, P. Nixon, J. Wolfe, B. Wareing, C. Williams, J. Rauck, B. Moore. 6th Row: J. Bonney, D. Hoel, C. Graves, P. Eldridge, B. Thompson, B. Fullerton nteract Club Spon or This year the Inter- act Club sponsored F.C.'s German foreign exchange student, Hei- di Schwartz. The club held two dances to pay for Heidi's trip over, including an Af- ter Exam Slam Dance in January. Thanks go to Heidi and the Interact Club for leading us to a better understanding of our foreign rela- tions. Exchange Student Officers Pres. Chris Taylor, Vice Pres. Lyle Piner, Sec. Donald Baxter, Exchange Student Heidi Schwartz, Treas. Jerry Allred .,, it ,,, 3,Q,j" 1 fi 'tt .F A ,Y ' ' . ,Q .g :K W 1 . g .x ff ' 'qi if I 1 .. g .muh , Q W . . it is 6' l ...E I -is-A 'SJ 'l , Sponsored by: Mr. B. B. Baxter Junior Civitan Club The Jr. Civitan is a service club affiliated with the Senior Civitan. The club has been led by President Tom Eagar and sponsored by Mr. Ed Booth. The club members have taken part in such projects as the fruit- cake sale at Christmas. a candy sale at Halloween, and the schoolwide candy sale. The club membership is proud to have Pam Garrett and Tom Eagar as Chesapeake District Treasurer and Governor, respectively. lst row: C. Casey, D. Postak, T. Seaman, B. Pendleton, T. Eabar L VanNostrand 2nd row C Spruill J Jahn B Lawlor D Baxter, R. Bucher, J. Hershey, S. Axelrod, P. Snider. 3rd row B Henry J Allred A Caldxxcll L Pmer H Ioiles D Iranklin A. Nutter, G. Hughes, P. Garrett. 4th row: J. Bratcher, G. Lilley B Baxter J Dantorth Charles Hilham S McNeil M Lett Lannag, Hughes, J. Titcomb. 5th row: J. Sivertsen, P. Jensen, C Jones H Schwartz C Bahlman Distributive Education fix, .MWC 5 The Distributive Education Club offers help in the instruction of distribution and marketing and they participate in jobs out- side of schoolx OFFICERS: L-R, first row: Mike Owens, Pres., Janet Vassel, Vice-Pres., Duane Ash. Treas.g 2nd row: Tina Wilson, Sec.g Roger Shelton, Sgt.-at- Armsg Pam Hudson, Parliamentariang Dianne Hummer fnot picture dj Chaplain. lst ron: Nlr. Brown. Sponsorg P. Hudson, J. Vassel, M. Owens. T. Wilson, D. Ash, R. Shelton. Mr. Callahan, Sponsor. 2nd row: J. Potter, M- HiCkm21I'1, D. Bradley . J. DeBasio. P. Bcnkcrt. H. Ward, K. Smith, K. Clifton. 3rd row: M. Vineen, B. Horton, M. Blevirs, E. Johnson, B. Chandler, Elaine John- son. C. Nix. J. Addenbrook. 4th row: NI. Waller. H. Ross, B. Woodhouse, D. Stewart, J. Yammerick, D. Grimes, M. Vincent, J. Nelams, D. Thompson. Sth roxx: D. Bolt, I. Bradley, J. Chaplin, A. Booth, M. Bell, R. Riggs, R. Spain. E. Easter, J. Parris, E. Groten. 6th row: S. Jenkins, B. Alcorn, A. Barnes, Goodwin. R. Gordon, Morgan. 7th row: B. Hines. B. Barkley, R. Lloyd, V. Baker, J. Wallace, D. Graham, P. Mailhot, P. Collier, B. Boguess. 2 Abt Q 1 - PN - A Art Club ' , 1' mg The Art Club allows students interested in art to participate in extra curricular activities ' pertaining to art. This years activities includ- ed a trip to Williamsburg and frequent visits I f to the Studio Gallery in Virginia Beach. " X ' OFFICERS: L.-R. John Clift. Vice-President: .lo- cllc Williamson, Sec.: Maxine Alexander. Treas. Brooke Baxter, President. lst row: B. Baxter, M. Alexander, J. Williamson, Mrs. Wade, Sponsor. 2nd row: DeWalker, B. Jones, L. Herbert, C. Brockenbrough, B. Ammons. 3rd row: D. Reynolds, P. Pantalo, C. Gibson, K. Kipp, K. Anderson, D. Simmons, C. Huxter. L., ,.., . . iiyrrff - ' 1 , . Fig , ,, l 111 Future Business Leaders of America Students interested in going into business administration are in- vited to join the F.B.L.A. The club sponsored several pro- jects this year includ- ing the school-wide candy sale and several speakers. lst Row Miss Shell sponsor P Turner I- Somervell T Burroughs M DeWitt V Washington D Reynolds R Bolton. 2nd Row: N.Williams, L. Hilchler C Gibson D Green M Lassiter A Burford S Williams 3rd Row G Anderson C Hess J Macer B Smlth D. Allen, D. Entsminger, L. Monogram Club I TC, . as V 'F "" H ' - . .N L. 9 x5 0. fl OFFICERS Pres. Don Bradley tnot in picturel V-Pres. Pete Nixong Sec. Mark Grcgoryg Trcas. Chris Beebeg Sgt.-at-Arms Duane Ash. Boys of First Colonial High School who letter in varsity sports are eligible tojoin the Monogram Club. Lettermen have received their jackets and sweaters this year. They also sponsored a successful car smash and "slave salefl lst row: C. Beebe, M. Gregory, D. Ash, P. Nixon, C. Spruill, W. Stillman, R. Bishop, R. Dice, I". Jordcn. 2nd row: S. Williams, B. Ottinger, M. Ruggles, J. Allred, B. Pendleton, D. Gawrys, J. Kitchin, Tom Iiager, J. Wolfe, T. Bingley, 3rd row: J. Lane, D. Deinhart, H. Ifoiles, S. Ifinn, C. Market. If. Gar- rison, R. Butcher, B. Fanney, M. Roberson. 4th row: P. Mailhot, P. Green, G. Yates, I". Hughes,C. Graves, M. Iiason, B. Hancock. R. Jackson, J. Strok- horb. Sth row: L. Whitehorn, J. Garofolo, D. Howard, B. Waring, T. Atkinson, Stovall, D. Hoel, R. MeA1haney, R. Shelton. S ...-- , wry - I W I + -N 'JI 7. .. ..l. , . 1-- 11.3- 9 - The Jr. Tri Hi Y is a service club affil- iated with the Y.W.C.A. It is for girls in the eighth and ninth grades interested in helping others. This year they gave a needy family a Thanksgiving dinner. . Tri-Hi-Y I ir: 3rd lst row, l to r-R. Harris, L. Beasley, sponsor-Miss Ellis. 2nd row-M. Matter, C. Mallison. row-K. Davison, J. Knight. 4th row-T. Moss, B. Heafner. 5th row-S. Gilbert, H. Davidoff. 6th row-P. Pundt, J. Hudson. 7th row-D. Elliot, K. Jones. 8th row-C. Selby, G. Blumenthal, B. Thompson. ling'- .l fbi Officers-lst row, l to r-Lillian Beasley CPres.J, Roxie Harris CVice Pres.J. 2nd row-Carol Mallison fTreas.J, Mitza Matter fSec.J. if Librar and Audio-Visual Aid 'il . is L ll. 'lngi lst Row, L. to R.: Marsha Whisner, Becky Thompson, Kim Davison, Leigh Caldwell, Mark McCorkle, Walter Bender, Paul Purpura. Mrs. M.A. Owens 2nd Row, L. to R.: Martha Wright, Sharon Altizer, Sandee Garret, Linda Davis, Jimmy Teets, Lisa Huerta, Wade Scoggins, Skip McGhee. 3rd Row L. to R.: Cathy Churchwell, Diana Boyce, Sandra Johnson, John Gilliland, Jack Hasten, Billy George. Whit Musick, Bruce Thompson. Rl' l, Student Library Assistants gain valuable experience While benefit- I ing students and teachers. Under the direction of head Librarian Q ' -- i Mrs. Margaret Fraser and her assistant Mrs. Martha Owens, the First Colonial High School Library is a busy center of student activity. r. fs . L fig y . A busy morning behind the main desk. The Library offered moments ofsilencc in a busy day. X T0 ,- ff X Susan Axelrod , Erik Klingenberg Co-Ed1tors Vi Y ,af W.: A Staff Conference CRIER '. ,.4f5' f 4' I' '-1. :lift-N '5 02 J' cf . 471111, V. 7 '4-: If lt " fl? sq in L -1? -...il Sponsor: Mrs. Davis "N First Copies of the First Edition Keeping the students informed of school activities is the Town Crieris job and this year they have done it very well. They have gone out of their way to print articles of interest in- cluding informative surveys as the mock Presidential election. 117 They also conducted the election of Senior Superlatives. Our congratulations to the entire staff. 3 3 K , if , fa. '17 .4 I l , g , Left to right: Feature Editor: Christy Ober News Editor: Beth Lanier Yearbook Staff Co Ed1tors Candy Casey Jackie Sivertsen 'iv-C IK' Co-Sports Editors Connie Jones Jerry Allread Nancy Southerland , , Beth Jones ASSISIRHYS to Co-Edltors d by Mrs. Warren S. Sivertsen Literary Sponsor Mrs. Tench -:lip 4-3 l xi 1 1 ,iT still lst Row-L to R-Patti Garvin, Crissie Brockenbrough, Leslie Koett, Buddy Ammons. 2nd Row: Kathi Mercer, Genny Bosher, Kitty Wyche, Amy Caldwell, Bill George, Holly Brock- enbrough. 3rd Row: Donald Baxter, Randal Malbon, Pam Garrett, Debbie White. This year the Annual Staff has put forth untiring effort to pro- duce the 1968 HERITAGE. The work began with the selling of ads during the summer and continued well into the year. Sixth bell was filled with many days of planning pages and checking proofs. We hope we have shown the school year of 1967-68 to the satisfaction of the entire student body. The staff would like to thank Captain Hood and Mrs. Tench for their valuable help in the production of this book. Are you sure you want to buy one? af! fg 4 xx Business Sponsor Capt. Hood . 4 2 Sponsored by Mr. 8: Mrs. Herman W. Casey . fgf"2:"s! Hi-Q Team We are proud of our team's three consecutive wins retiring them into the championship round. I u N Left to Right: Tom Eagar, Ricky Richardson falternatej, Ron Macklehaney. Ducan Smith, Chris Wall, Steven Loesche Calternate-not picturedj. Schola tic Team Barbara Thompson, Leslie Hladky, Tom Eagar, Larry Pulley, Paul Sanders, Robert Ford, Heather Cheshire. QF L-X I Tom Eager was chosen as First Colonia1's delegate to the Tide Water Scholastic Team. I l Drill Team Twenty-six spirited girls make up the Drill Team. This Liberty Bowl Festivities, and by marching during half time at group is new at First Colonial this year and they have done ad- the football games. The Drill Team got their permanent uni- mirably well considering the short time they have been organ- forms in February. They participated in the Azealea Festival ized. Parade and plan to march in several parades this summer. They helped to build spirit by taking an active part in the lst row, L. Smith, D. Jones, D. Mott, P. Sawyer, 2nd row, M. Richards, D. Collins, D. McEwain, L. Smith, S. Jones, G. Gary. 3rd row, M. Allen, D. Yow, L. Smith, D. McElwain. 4th row, L. Deaver, N. Belvin, L. Sawyer, A. Sawyer. 5th row, S. Brothers, H. Hines, Z. Clutz, D. Srpuill. 6th row, K. Davidson, B. Grimstead, L. Knowles, P. Sawyer. C . .r fo, . A ,, '..i-V: h '. .l, 1- Mm", -- .' .' .l',."-iff"-. fs .i,. -f f A Pl lv n atin Club lst Row: J. Spenser. Miss Ellis, sponsor, K. Wyche, P. Garrett, J. Vaderson, I. Kapetanakis, J Fairchild 2nd Row G Anderson S Hogge L Knowles. Q. Wakefield, N. Hart, P. Brothers, E. Patterson, R. Johnson. 3rd Row: R. Ford, D. Rollins L Williams D Ralph M Shinner B Thomp son. S. Adams. 4th Row: M. Saunders, L. Hitchler, J. Chapman, E. Hughes, B. Frudden, C. Bieler. The Latin Club, Discipuli Ro- mani, newly formed this year, be- gan its activities with Saturnalia, similar to Christmas. The outstand- ing feature of Saturnalia was a glad- iator fight staged in the cafeteria. Members of the Latin Club, in- cluding first-through-fourth-year La- tin students, are arranged in a class system, the lowest class being Plebs. the highest, the Hierarchy. The club plans many activities, both interesting and informative. By planning such varied activities, the Discipuli Romani accomplish their purpose of spreading the knowledge of Roman culture and customs. Sponsored by Mr. 8: Mrs. Council! D. Garrett lst Row, l. to r.-Kitty Wyche, Treasurer, Joe Fairchild Sgt at Arms 2nd Row Pam Garre President, Julia Vadersen, Secretaryg 3rd Row Jim Spencer Vice President Kappl Kapetanak Historian. Q .: Lluriinnnqr- xl 1' C44 vmwf 'cf VVN 'gfvftv J-Nl Future eachers of meriea lst Row: D. Newton, S. Jennings, S. Wallace, K. Wyche, C. Balhman. 2nd Row: S. Rice, J. Smith, P. Harris, M. Kolodgzie, L. Wood, K. Ouckett, E. Griffin, S. Sledge, R. Lash. 3rd Row: D. Jones, R. Smith, R. Mott, S. Sadow- ski, C. Miranda, L. Beasley, G. Kovach, G. Wakefield, H. Schwartz. 4th Row: A. Caldwell, L. Miller, O. Somer- ville, D. Franklin, M. Lett, P. Garrett, Q. Hogge, N. Caldwell, B. Rockecharlie, T. Seaman Future Teachers this year have had quite an active agenda. Delegates attended the Virginia State F.T.A. Convention in Rich- mond. The club members heard lectures on mental retardation, personal experiences, and the teaching profession in general. The club took an overnight trip to Longwood College and toured the College of William and Mary. L 1,7 . '47 Oflicers, left to right: Sec. Susan Jennings ,, 3 Treas. Donna Newton A I Vice-Pres. Carol Bahlman Pres. Kitty Wyche Historian Susan Wallace S5 -4 - f 5 Sponsored by E. l , 4' Mr. 81 Mrs. Malvem Hill Wyche 'Nv- . ,N 0 -Qf . .. - .. x XX , nu 1 'lr Q J L .WSL if s Q '5 IWPS ,f Officers Left to Right, Pam Garrett, Secretaryg Jack Jahng President, Bill Pendelton, Vice-President, Jane Hershey, Treasurer. atronal Honor Society The Natiohal Honor Society began this year with more than forty members. Known for their qualities of leadership, service, character, and scholarship, the members of the Honor Society set high goals for indivi- dual, as well as, cooperative, achievement. Made up only of seniors at the start ofthe year, the club tapped new members from the Junior and Senior classes in the Spring. , 0 uf' lst Row: J. Jahn, B. Pendleton, J. Hershey, P. Garrett, Miss Reilly. 2nd Row: M. Dewitt, J. Titcomb, B. Lanier, B. Jones, C. Bahlman, D. Tillet, C. Jones, G. Yates, B. Fanney. 3rd Row: H. Cheshire, M. Boone, B. Jones, D. Horton, J. Danforth, P.. Jensen, C. Gilliam, D. Postak, T. Eager. 4th Row: D. Franklin, K. Wyche, J. Vandersen, M. Babineau, A. Weston, L. Hinyub, E. Griffin, S. Sledge. Sth Row: C. Casey. J. Sivertsen, C. Byler, G. Lily, S. Loshe, D. Allen, B. Moore 124 ' . r 11 "wp, ,Il- lwlwruni : ' ' , V Uln D --Q9--1- z ., -' ,. 4b9'g f.2"f NVQ, F f -s f 'LQ . ' '-in 'z Q- AA' A 'A in -......-k G5 i V in- I ""'N' '-qs.-. T' my , " .:v' Y. main! 'A 0 " , Y .m t, 1 .1 f .-J. ,-lug vll JL rib? -QQ' -H-4 lst row - J. Wolfe, R. Bucher, J. Lane, G. Yates, T. Eagar, P. Nipper, M. Vislocky, B. Lawlar, C. Spruill, D. Midgett, H. Kenney, E. Deaver. 2nd row f J. Allread, M. Ruggles, B. Hansen, P. Sanders, D. Baxter, P. George, J. Eldridge, R. McConnell, E. Stovall. M. Wychc, J. Fairchild. 3rd row - , J. Jaun, F. Garrison, M. Eason, J. Grimstead, C. Hudgins, R. Bishop, J. Kitchin, W. Stillman. Q on- sf 9 . if fs OFFICERS: Pres. Ricky Richardson, Knot picturedj V-Pres. Chris Spruill, Treas. Roy Bucher, Sec. Jack Jahn, Sgt.-at-arms, Jimbo Kitchin. Key Club The Key Club has done much for both First Colonial High and the city of Virginia Beach. The Key Club has collected for the Heart Fund and the March of Dimes and gives. annually, the outstanding Senior Boy Award of First Colonial. Members of the club are depicted in tradition- al Spanish attire during the Liberty Bowl Parade. This year the Spanish Club was organized for all interested second and third year Spanish students Pins and Rings were bought tlus year for the members and the club s highlight was 1ts singmg of Christmas Carols in Spamsh The members of the clubin clude Debbie Bailey Joelle Williamson Wmde1lH1nes Tim Harriman Buddy Ammons Bonnie Hale Eddie Tebele, Roy Bucher Sandy Long Karen Dienhart Bobby Stxvers Lorraine Fiore Major Spessard David Gawyrs Kim Davidson Dana Mott, and Kathy 55-as Monogram Social hour It's not all hard work! 38 x ' .-" N. X su .ya ms 'Wim sic' fCCKW'iD ' . , ulllff? 'LL' r ,I fly!-P H - K -.SQ 'I 5 ww. The Folk Club plays a tune. 5 -, X l . . sf' SPORTS The Monogram Club incorporates particip- ants from all sports. Sports unite athletic 5' ability and sportsmanship which each member of the student body strives to achieve. P 4 A b. N 2 129 I 5 1 I f .fn , - .9 .3 i 'i i "7 ' ' i if ' V-. ff, ,FF -if if If:-'.i'A . 54 ,I F .fl G15 ' ' 153 TE 2' 'ilizis ak z, e Qi- D 'i 4 W ii. Ray Bishop Don Bradley Roy Bucher David Gawrys K I B or B B B do J. , XF F. ' x J-2 r, -9- B Jimbo Kitchen Patriots 1 Terry Laney Bob McFarland Pete Nixon Carlton Radar , i i G Q p ,, I , rw, f y I, QL . 4 I 'f Q f g..f" '1 - , ,GV -ff , ,, W,-,,,1'-',,4" e x N lj , . N ' , .:- -4' 'Q .B . ,., V X - aa ' A, W h. 1 ,N . Q B B 6 ' B A' "" ' ' 1' svv , , , 'M 14' 1 N Q 1 130 ly, s U , qw. x , 1 ' V3 n ' A.. I x l il Ig i i , 1 X V 1, Q 'X ,.-- . X x ' 9' f' 'Y X n N .. 1 Xe'-IA i k,b I W . - ' ,Q X .inf f f, .5 Mike Gleason Clinton Graves John Grimstead mu score again Ed Stovall N o. n ? H ' Q 1 J 1 x George Kortc Winslow Stillman Bob Wareing Les Whithorn John Wolfe -J' ,.., gm, f , f? Q il' ev Q1 t ' . -'ef RQ. egg. f' ' I ' X I x. x J 1 , I X 'xg , L fs la. Vg! 'E i' 5' P I 1 3 gvv . . , , ' 4 I S -.1 ' l A' k-- I' f 3 I AX x : ' . ' lid A i or " -- -W Q x Eff' 131 V '.'+1'i',g5:v-if .. . , sg,f'gf3f,:?ffL - Q, A , a 'hx ' fi? H ' M 1' 3 v- ' 4 - Z. if . , ,- F, 'N ,X - Xmas t I fs H fi' 'S , F ur! " Front Row: co-captains, Winslow Stillman and Jimbo Kitchen. Second Row: Tom Eagar, Malvern Wyche, Boyd Woolard, Terry Laney, Ray Bishop, Les Whitehorne, Clinton Graves, John Grimstead. Third Row: Paul Saunders, Carlton Rader, Jerry Strokhorb, Bobby Wareing, Bob McFarland, Ed- die Stovall, George Korte, Chris Fanney. Fourth Row: Jack Wilson, Bill Sloan, Bobby Stumpf, Mike Gleason, Brad McKenna, Carl Northrup, Dennis Adair. Fifth Rowl Wayne Fontenant, Mike Gaskins, Steve Carila. Ami.,- Q? ,-I COACHES: Mr. Fred Britton, Head Coach: Mr. Frank Webster. Mr. Stew Douglas. First Colonial First Colonial Bayside . . . . . 7 First Colonial Lake Taylor . . . 7 First Colonial Cox .... . . 0 First Colonial Indian River . . . 6 First Colonial Churchland ...... 6 First Colonial Denbigh . . . . . 0 First Colonial Southhampton .... 6 First Colonial Kellam ....... 20 First Colonial Princess Anne . . . 33 Oscar Smith .... 0 nl-N L.. Hurrah! For the Coach The 196 Patriots The 1967 Patriots, in their second year of competition, set out to improve their record of last season. Under the capable lead- ership of the new head coach, Frank Webster, and his staff , the team rolled up a great record, seven victories and only 3 defeats. The Patriots opened their season against the tough Princess Anne team. The Patriots held the Cavaliers, but fell behind in the second half and lost the hard fought game, 33-6. The Patriots then had a winning streak, taking four games in a row, by whipping arch rivals, Bayside and Cox, by scores of 31-7 and 41-O respectively. They also rolled over newcomers, Lake Taylor and Indian River, by scores of 39-7 and 20-6. They then played a tough Churchland squad. They fought hard, but they finally yielded by a score of 6-0. Our gridders took to the road again, and outclassed the Denbigh Patriots by a score of 18-0. Excitement ran high as homecoming approached. Amid the festivities, and the election of Connie Jones as the Liberty Bowl Queen, the Patriots respond- ed by smashing the Southampton Indians 33-6. The team then traveled to Kellam where they came up on the short side of a 20-0 score. The Patriots finished their season by romping the Oscar Smith Tigers 32-O. The 1967 Patriots, in their second season, made an excellent showing by finishing third defensively, fourth offensively, and fourth in the district. 133 Patriots Fight for a Touchdown. i Graves Goes All The Way! Wolfe Kicks for the Extra Point Patriots Make Sure A Cox Falcon is Down 134 .'-0 if QW!!! Zhu. Uhr' , 1 f ' i 4 Manager, Mark Lett, wears a victorious smile. ? 'wi My 1.6 We s Coach Webster talks to the Patriots After the Game Another Touchdown for the Patriots. 135 1 ar it Basketball V F.C .... . . 1 F.C .... . . 1 F.C.... .. 3 .. ! F.C .... il F.C .... ,l P.C.... l I F.C .... F.C .... l F.C. . . . , F.C. . . . 4 ' Back, L-R: Tommy Couch, Bruce Deans, Chris Spruill, Winslow Stillman, Terry Laney, Tom Kilcline, Edie Stovall. Front, L-R: Ricky Richardson, Rick Deiss, Bucky Lawler, David Doyle, Percy Chase and Coach Keeffe. 1 W . F.C .... .. F.C.... .. F.C.... .. 68 Oscar Smith ..... 49 62 Bayside . . . . . .56 40 Maury .... . . .85 63 Granby . . . . . .73 43 Cox .......... 55 68 Lake Taylor ..... 61 83 Kellam ........ 68 61 Princess Anne .... 60 71 Oscar Smith ..... 45 50 Norview .... . . .63 54 Bayside . . . . . .52 51 Granby . . . . . .53 69 Cox . . . . . .52 60 Kellam ........ 50 47 Princess Anne .... 78 Coach Keeffe l l l The 1967-1968 Patriots expereinced their best season ever. The team battled to an impressive 10-8 record in regular season action and placed fourth in the Eastern Dis- trict Tournament. Under the capable leadership of Coach PHI Keeffe, the Patriots pulled off many impressive upsets, the biggest being a 61-60 conquest of Princess l Anne. Behind seniors Chris Spruill, Ricky Richardson, and Winslow Stillman, the team became the first winning basketball team in FC's short history. With juniors Clinton Graves and John Grimstead, and Freshman Tom Couch returning, the Patri- ots look for more success in the future. Congratulations to a fine basketball team, and the best of luck to Patriot teams to come. E CcrCaptains-Ricky Richardson and Winslow Stillman A E OO 1 'f f ,. 1 X , y 1 3 n 1. - SS l , 1 , f v s ., ' ' Chris Spruill 1 'N A: h ,L Q KJ X., ,f 7:71 n F r 3. ' 1 ,N 3 h 5 1' :.r I 2 . - Sf 3 6 Rick Deiss ! v ,A J I any 1 ,,x. 1 i x ,' 1 'wif Y ., ,J'j,'lT ' A -X W or rs-, -. D 'H ' xi Wh-1-f Sv! Richardson shoots for 2 pts. ' X.. John Grimstead 'd Percy Chase Coach Keeffe discusses Patriot strategy. David Doyle 9 ,K 1' 2 i 5'-Q.. Q . ,, wut ' 1x'f'. 4 Ns' N- of if 4. X223 Cr Diess Pushes Through Eddie Stovall B t: lf' 138 -fb' if N! muy, . 1 x I 4. A M V, Bucky Lawler Tom Kilcline ,,. 212 1 a 9 , SL, Clinton Graves EL' X, if Terry Laney Bruce Deans L! . 3.3 .f wi' ,, ,, fist. ss ' if ' fy!!! 8 1 S., zz ' if 'vw-"' 4 Tommy Couch Grimstead goes up for a basket. ' - I nbhhtaoqnn-asa. -0- I Y f s ,...,.- --, V4 5 3 .+Pf-' 5 -s-.l AQ., ' , -,., -, .fn-, ,a v ' nf Varsity Baseball 96 Q - -g I4 4 assay 'MQ fig1 aware i H . 'reigns , 461' ' If 15:52, rv' 'i 1 91143, 1 4 1 ,I 1 . ier cb Q-' Left to Right Standing: Willy Rice, Ricky Richardson, Les Whitehorne, Roger Shelton, Chris Spruill, Eddie Stovald, Coach Habit Kneeling L R Clinton Graves, Chuck Myers, Tommy Atkinson, John Wolfe, Hank Foiles, Manager Bret Gilliam. 1967 was a year of experience for the Patriot baseball team. Although winning only four of fourteen games the Patriots played admirably and gained valuable experience. With this year of experience the 1968 baseball team looks like a sure winner, since only two players were lost through graduation. 14 0 First First First First First First First First First First First First First First Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial F. W. Cox - - - Deep Creek .... Granby .-at . . . Wilson . . Bayside .... Maury . ..... . Churchland ---. Norfolk Academy Oscar Smith . . . Great Bridge. . . Princess Anne . . Kellam . . . . Norview ..... Craddock . . . Richardson practices his swing. ls the score really that bad? ,asf .kr K I F f ! Right to Left-Ronnie Stroahkorb, Greg Lilley, Chris Beebe, Bill Ottinger, Burt Hancock, Gene Erb. Missing from picture Tom Cook, Kurt Schuldt, Bill Baily, David Dienhart. First First First First First First First Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Cross Countr Princess Kellam Cox . . Bayside Anne Norview . . . Granby Maury . 1 . Cross Country was a new sport offered this year at First Colonial. Much experience was gained. The team did not do well because of lack of participation. With the returning members of this years team and new members, Coach Keeffe expectsa good team this year. 142 i Hancock sets a record exam Track Members Chris Beebe Tom Bingley Ray Bishop James Chapman Eric Deiss David Dienhart John Evans Mike Gleason Phil Greene A John Grimstead Burt Hancock Bill Henry John Hobbs Joel Hollins Carlton Hudgins Ricky Jackson Richard Jones Fred Jordan Greg Lilley Tommy Martin Carl Northrup Bill Ottinger Mickey Robeson David Rollins Mike Ruggles Gordan Sophiel Winslow Stillman Jerry Strohkorb Ron Strohkorb Al Tolson Les Whitehorn Steve Williams I Door F.C ..... 61 Norfolk Catholic. . . . . .70 ut 0 01' ...l. .5 ,.,., . . F.C ..... 57 Oscar Smith . . . . .74 I C I e m F.C. .... 63 Deep Creek. . . . . .68 F.C .... 71W Cox ..... . . .59V2 F.C ..... 35 Wilson ..... . . .96 F.C ..... 52 Great Bridge. . . . . .79 F.C .... 102 Norfolk Academy. . . . . .29 Patroits set another record. T.. M . -V x l' Q t 5:51 . bi?-I ' X its -. se. - ,....-- '- Stag ,fm . ' Q H , urs AH F l - ww If ly I- Ulu -an.-...J.a,,', ,:,. ,,,,,,4 'li ..,.,,, , N., l, ,. .. .N 'I-QRS, 11- J" W -0-" ' ' H' ' ' , 5 I 'NJ v is First Colonial's first track season proved to be educational as well as successful. The Patriot runners began their season with three successive losses to Norfolk Catholic, Bayside and Oscar Smith. The next two meets were in favor of FC with Deep Creek and Cox. Great Bridge and Wilson also proved victor! ious. The Patriots won the final meet with Norfolk Academy by a score of 102-29. First Colonial's second indoor season was also successful. The Patriots ended with a 3-0 record. Fin- ishing fourth in the district, the team went to Lexington for the State meet. Headed by co-captains Ray Bishop, Tom Bingley, and Mike Ruggles they finished first in a tie with Wilson for fourth place. Many records have been set this past season, and F.C. is proud of its track team. ff, , 'gl l .4 its sgs V in U --qi? 1 ,,1'..l.v -Sac at .Haag .a nil-O L 'H a fl Q F915 N rlgifb J if 5 Front, L-R: Tommy Martin, Jerry Strohkorb, Roger Young, Bill Henry, Fillmore Hughes, Norman Williams. Back, L-R: Mgr. Tom Amundsen, David Dienhart, David Rollins, Gene Erb, Les Whitehorn, Tom Bingley, Alfred La Garde, Kermit Jordan, Steve Williams, Coach R. E. Etheridge. i 1 Varsity Cheerleaders v '25 ea I I ii v' RN 'fx 4 q I . ' 1 1 S 'r W . i Vi r L 1 ii if N V eg N . ' 'K .ya Wfyi' Q t v,-'ia'-Q fr' 'AH Q' ' ' .vfqgigrsf gf- 1. ., fr A10 -, . .ri F N. l.i.z3v ' i ,Ll ' A ..:..Mx1..Lf. Connie Jones C0-captains Candy Casey Debbie Postak ie- . 1f..Lae.M.z Akai.. ' I 1 if' v 'K 4 wf 4 V A Ii , X L 'P' ' N 1 , 1 n ,' f 1' . JVM' .. ..,,.,r, 3. ,I qv: 'W . 1 -:W--4 11 ""3'i1 :K ' 'sf 59 . Q53 M, Patti Jensen Jackie Sivertsen n ag.. v .waggwlzl -Q f it P .X-.,. e, Q- .zvfw N Q xx-jk I am X J 1, 1 ltfif . gag-laps? - L ,.,,., -., lin Sydney Baker Pam Garrett Kitty Wyche Gayle Hughes Diane Allen ,H ' ff ' gi ' 14' af 5, y . ,e., wx "' " I , , 4, ' my J?" f e u - 5 4-ixiilf, 2 wi' -','f1'!J'J . 1:1 fi as 5.1 ,J H. Ln H I 01 ' 5 ' ' l"KY:?': .ll Var ity Wrestling . . q' -i .fijii STANDING, L-R: Clark Price, Larry Boone, Mike Gleason, Pete Nixon, John Taylor, Coach Gregory. KNEELING, L-R: Bill Johnson, Bobby Gray, Johnny Holland, Dennis Howard, Bobby Wareing, Greg Lilley. ww, I K Bobby Gray Bill Johnson Johnny Holland Dennis Howard John Taylor 98 l 06 1 15 I 23 13 0 VARSITY WRESTLING Having only a 1-3 record after the first four matches set Coach Gregory to wondering if this was not going to be a long year. As it turned out, the final record was good Q7-61, giving the team its first winning season. The team also placed eighth in the Regional Tournament, and three boys were sent to the state meet-co-captains, Rick Spain and Bob Wareing, and Clark Price. Rick battled his way through four tough tournament matches to gain the state title in the 145 pound class. Bob Wareing- 168 Co-cap tains Ricky Spain -145 Greg Lilley ,-i Spain takes the state title. vi 4 F nl .sw 2 . Sf. f 2 W 'F Larry Boone I A 1 Y' sf 'x Nixon gets a firm hold. F.C. . . . . .38 Lake Taylor... ...8 I'.C. . . .. 8 Granby... . . .37 F.C... ...I4 Wilson... ...3l F.C. . . . . .13 Kellam ..... . . .27 F.C. . . . . .23 Oscar Smith. . . . . .16 F.C. . . . . .35 Norfolk Catholic . . . . . 9 F.C... ...19 Cox ...... .. ...24 F.C. . . . . .19 Norvicw. . . . . .27 F.C. . . . . .17 Churchland. . . . .24 F.C. . . . . .29 Princess Anne . . . . . .15 F.C. .. . . .26 Bayside . . .. ...16 F.C. . . . . .21 Deep Creek. . . . . . .15 F.C. . . . . .25 Cradock. . . . . .21 'i 12.2 J I Lf '31 Q -unix , Clark Price ,Mike Gleason Pete Nixon 157 183 Heavyweight Coach Gregory. 1? tri L.f"'7- . f 3 1- A V.. 1' 6 P 1 , ,111 . . 4 , ,. . w'h+f'f.L :p,..e 1- 1 , --,Q ,Q ,-o s , , . , . , Z na: ,.e , 0 - ' 'Pg 4'f"u'9"' nf? .N ' ...tif-.' - 'QM First First First First First First First First First First First Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial Colonial 1 Churchland . Bayside... Wilson.... 9 PrincessAnne .. 9 Great Bridge ..5 Cox ..... . Norview.. 6 Craddock .. Granby... Maury.. Kellam... Gawrys practices his serve. Varsity Tenni . N, Standing, L-R: Phil Mailhot, David Gawrys, Neil Hill, Randy Finn CmanagerJgGa1'y Yeates, Jerry Allred, Coach Rober son. Kneeling, L-R: James Lane, Griff Deal, Ray Garrison. 148 The 1967 tennis season proved to be a success- ful one both in team spirit and team victories. Because of our hard-working team and our deserving coach, John Roberson, they won 6 matches and lost 5. With all but two players returning and with the support of the J.V. team, the Patriots look forward to a successful 1968 season. The Junior Varsity team consisted of Donald Baxter, Jerry Britt, Floyd Deary. David Doyle, Keith Ellis. Mike Nawin, Dowd Reynolds, and Larry Van Nostrand. Allred sets the mood. Golf '6 ' .v1'ff-5:4-' 'Il'f?::f3a.'f?,:' ZF' " ' ' --rn f- . ' --. . td ' -? ' y,Q'F-2:1-0 Qc- .2- . J' I Tj. ' ' fi ':'f'L" 'ff' ,o T3 4 -. s X-4 ' ."'rffZfvai: g-T -a-..-X -:rszx-' , +.f-fa-'-1 15' ' - 'r,...fgc.h1p::JQ i X-Ngi?f2c1,'2 3fg'T'7'sj-'--"'i't' N" ' --fl. Aff: fur? 2 7 "zz-is-Q!'g1':2i'ff f F t ,- -V-,-ndq-4fq,3lr"- .' 'w..- " -'-' 'f-pw "' '44-' " ' -'. - ' '- .4,w,i1.:, - 2-, ff 3 -. 'I -L-1.4 ivfgf-3-q,-f - -- I F ' ' -'7 f ' V sx' "':'t"'e-4-it - . ---., , -4. - ' - - A :+q,..,. - '- '-ga.,-. L Left to Right: Gary Harvey, Mike Eason, Mike Strickler, Coach Polizos, Bill Pendleton, Robert Lawler, Cotton Market, Tom Bingley. Now where did that ball go? .. . .,rt3ivfsx..-.f .. Under the leadership of Mike Strickler and Robert Lawler, the golf team completed a successful season. In last year's competion the Patriots finished eighth in the district at Eagle Haven. Also for the first time in six years Coach Polizes' team defeated Churchland and he has high hopes for this year's team. First Colonial . . . . . 4 Kellam . . . 8 First Colonial 7M Bayside . . . 4M First Colonial 85 Maury . . . 7M First Colonial . . . . . 0 Craddock. . 3M First Colonial 7M Great Bridge 4M First Colonial 8M Churchland . 316 First Colonial 4M Granby . . . 7M First Colonial 5M P. A. . . . 6h First Colonial . . . . . 2 Norview. . . 10 First Colonial 4M Norview. . 7M 9 I fl Q ..-.. q -es. ,. , " 'f 'QV nl! 9 ,, ,J I ff M , 'V ure! I 1 K, 'P C' R X w.1'w,-" .faq 3 1 s x I . 1' J i 1 - ., 4 5 - ' + -.4 -f . ' f A- A s...,,, ijt ,- X 44 Front, L-R: Ralph Disney, Bill Cliff, Pat Hughes, John Phillips, Efrain Osorio, Paul Maestas, Gary Swindell, Bill Fontenot. Back, L-R: Greg Collin- ings, David Lefavor, Hank Foiles, Richard Joy, Deen Entsminger, Randy Koach, Coach Fishel. irl 9 Sc Boys' Gymnastics Team f f X , .fizgq X' A J' ,. 5? -rZ:.fI 1.1, f Li, .-' ,f df' , Z .L 1: KA! ri , .. The First Colonial Gymnastic team, although new this year, has accom- plished a good deal. The men's team made quite an impressive showing at the city-wide Intramural Gymnastic meet, with the combination of Hank Foiles and Randy Koach winning every event. Other members of the team, Gregg Collings, placing third in tumbling, David Lafavor, placing second in the parallel bar competition, and Deen Entsminger placing fourth in the high bar, helped to win the entire meet for First Colonial. The women's team also made a fine showing at their first meet with Jan- ice Radar and Judy Owens taking two firsts. L-R: Cathy Longworth, Judy Owen, Janice Radar, Jana Cowan, Gail Wyle, Kathy Northrup. ' Y , j ' Xi . xa Koach proves his balance. Sponsored by Mr. 8: Mrs. Dallas E. Entsminger 'ISE - , 0'- Slrr if Coaches leave the field after a long season. Although the junior varsity team did not win many games great experience was gained. The team's strongest point was their offensive playing. The teamwas handicapped by having few tenth graders on the team. Coach Loar and Coach Ether- idge expect a winning season next year. ' swift . . Football First Colonial ...... First Colonial First Colonial First Colonial First Colonial First Colonial First Colonial Princess Anne Bayside .... F. W. Cox . . Cradock . . . Norfolk Catholic Kempsville . . Kellam . . . Enthusiasm on the sidelines 'EAI-',"'tff' ,.a6x.ai9L'l,fn, S li Qlfs Q' X' si' iejiwxglf ,ful . lst row L to R: McDonald, Turner, Litchfield,,VanKleeck, Helper, Smith, Humphrye, Cowan, Garrison. 2nd row: Anderson, Owens Zeagler Moore, Lake, Moore, Vasilc, Taylor, Wilson. 3rd row: Selby, Keeling, Deiss, Collins, Stott, Beasley, Parsons, Hughes. 4th row: Coach Etheridge Bi ondo. Fontenot, Staton, Winecorr, Fairchild, Johnson, Thomas, Branich, Gaskins, Coach Lear. Sth row: Smith, Atkinson, Nichols. Missing from pic lure Thompson. ILC. . .30 Oscar Smith F.C. . .50 Norvicw. . F.C. ..53 Bayside . . ICC. . .39 Maury. . . F.C. . .53 Granby . . F.C...44 Cox..... F.C. . .59 Lake Taylor F.C. . .46 Kcllam. . . . ILC. . .37 P. A. .... l F.C. . .32 Oscar Smith l7.C. . .52 Norvicw. . I'.C. . .52 Bayside . . T F.C. . . 35 Maury. . . ', F.C. . .44 Granby . . . lst row: IL-RJ: Collins, Hepler, Atkinson, Beasley, Branich, Coach Douglas. 2nd row: Cheeks, Korte, Strohkorb, F-C' - ' 38 COX - - - - - Cowan, Eubanks, Garrison. 3rd row: Owens, Joyner, Zaugig, Staton, Mgr. Joyner. RC. ' .45 Lake Taylor F.C. . .48 Kellam. . . . l'.C. . .53 P. A. .. i asketball Team O O Mike Branich shoots for another basket. First Colonial's Junior Varsity Basketball Team let it be i known early in the season that they were going to be heard. fl r-" The team defeated many good teams this year. Coach Doug- F. 4 ' K las was very pleased and is expecting an even stronger team l next year. His only regret is that he will be losing players to i the varsity team. 1 ' Zaugig makes another two points for F. C. -1-1- if .a-2 ly a eball Ee , .k 4 egg. , Q wus- - f . -f -1-.. -T". Another hit! ' ' ff - 'rt'-' ., 1 ' First Colonial First Colonial First Colonial First Colonial First Colonial First Colonial First Colonial First Colonial First Colonial First Colonial First Colonial First Colonial First Colonial Va. Beach . . Granby . . . Wilson . . Bayside . . . Maury . . . Kempsville . . Cradock. . . Norview .... Princess Anne . Kellam .... Norview. . . Kempsville . . Cradock. . . The junior varsity baseball team had a very good season for their initial year. The junior varsity team won six of their thirteen games and defeated all three Norfolk teams Coach '--1 mfg Shackelford contributes this record to the team's speed, catch 3.-fglf ing ability and the team's determination. With some returning ' at H players the 1968 season should show even a greater success its 'if"'Eff 7 Standing, L-R: Bubba Fulghum, Jim Jahn, Jim Galyon, Mike Gaskins, Rick Deiss, Steve Nichols, Tom Couch, Joe Simpson, Mike Keeling, Coach Shackelford. Kneeling, L-R: Dan Baker, Huck Keeney, Larry Beasley, Jack Wilson, Don Selby, Jay Copeland. 154 1. 'W '1 A in ""':"- Coach Webster looks to next year s team as being even better Churchland . . . Lake Taylor . . Granby . . . Wilson. . . Kellam. .... Oscar Smith . . Norfolk Catholic F.W. Cox .... Norview. . . P.A. . . . . Bayside . . . Cradock. . . Deep Creek. . . Joy Tangles With A Tiger N if s 1 X R 1 0 S l -I l nj - i..r,,bx vfiwp 5 Q0 V. Cheerleaders yun- ws- f SLK lv.. rf . ' U' ,..' Q. 3 . , ' Q-., rj 2 - Dal 'wav Standing, L-R: Ginny Caldwell, Debbie Bailey, Kneeling, L-R: Mary Pantone, Janice Radar, Cherry Doyle, Co-Captains, Sharron Boudreaux, Rebecca Martin, Roslyn Whitaker, Carol Etheridge. J .V. Cheerleaders hope for a basket. J.V. Spirit lf Q2 I 'divan-is 'L' sh-. - ' rv- " fv- V "..-'f ., ' im:-32' ' "N 'J " ,',., , jilflf' ' ' V.. , u. nu, - . Girl , Hockey 'lleam J tion tournament was held. The purpose of this tournament is to choose girls for the All Star first and All Star second teams. Making the first team were Cheryl King, Juanita Etheridge, Joyce Brehm, and Lisa Lew- is. Sandy Morgan made the second team, and Jessie Woodhouse was an alternate. Jane Danforth takes time out. i, - LL- -A F.C. . . 4 Princess Anne . . . 3 F.C. . . 0 Cox ...... . . l F.C... 8 Kempsvil1e..... 0 F.C. . . 1 Princess Anne . . . 1 F.C. . . 1 Bayside .... . . 1 F.C. . . 3 Kempsville . . . . . 0 F.C...0 Kellam .. 2 F.C. . . 4 Bayside . . . . . 2 F.C...l Cox.. ..1 F.C...3 Kellam... ..3 Bottom, L-R: Barbara Thompson,Jane Danforth, Sandy Morgan, Diana Ferraro, Juanita Etheridge, . Alice Berry, Eleanor Griffin, Teresa Morgan, Roxie Harris. Top, L-R: Mrs. S. Lam, Kathy Lindblad, Gloria Berry, Jessie Woodhouse, Joyce Brehm, Millicent Lassiter, Chris Chandler, Cheryl King, Judy Owen, Laura Hanne- man, Lisa Lewis, Miss V. Clark-Coach. 157 At the end of the season, the Hampton Road Field Hockey Associa- P .H 5 .,.,.,. .g,. 1 v i,w. K ,,l.. "ji-'13, bhqwww. , Hurd , ,s . " at , I Y x x I 4. S -1 41 UNDERCLAS SME 159 I Q' QI' .nf X Class of l969 Q Class Officers - leftg Cathi Mercer, Sec.g Cotton Market, Pres.g Bucky Lawler, Treas.g Jay Cope land, V-Pres.g Mrs. Tugwell, Sponsor. 'fail ag 'I l il f f a," , gg yu.. , V 'Q' 2 '34 was QD: " anim..-r Q5 15 1 X X 1- f"l I ,? f f I 160 ,,,... Q-'N Richard Acklss Wayne Agee Marte Allen Pinky Amburn Buddy Ammons Karen Anderson Robin Anderson Jeanine Backland Cathy Bailey William Aberg Mary Sydney Baker Danny Banton Laura Barnes Peggy Barr Kathy Barrickman Irene Beasley Chris Beebe Ramona Benton Cleo Bernard Gloria Berry Norman Bertran Larry Bly Daryl Bobbit Roy Bolton Gerry Bonney Mary Sue Booth Buddy Boguess Ginny Bosher Bob Boyd Dale Boykin Jeff Boykin Jeff Boudreaux Debbie Bradley ll, ll ll il ll l I If l l Qi 1 6 i L 1 i i V is I ll . my 3 A I If yi' v ,I -Q 6 . W X Rpt John Bratcher Bill Brayant Claudine Bray Jerry Britt Holly Brockenbrough Bob Brooks Margaret Bradshaw Karen Brooks Mr. President! 5 dh. Ng... 1-W Larry Brooks Jill Brumley Vivian Butts Brenda Cage Steve Carila Steve Brooks Jackie Butler Ouida Byington Amy Caldwell Sue Carlquist 162 Q". 7 vi - s. Cyrstal Carlson Tim Chance Percy Chase John Clift Pat Cole Bill Chandler James Chapman Hugh Clayton Carol Cole Maggie Cook Gretchen Cooter Lewis Covington Kathy Craft Donna Crosley Petie Cyphers Jay Copeland Joann Cowan Michael Cranford Duncan Currie Doug Dailey 'l"" Qs-u es 1 Qaiv Pb' '01 v L I l Y Q E . l 1 I A iv-r 6-,o Jeanne Davis Rickey Day Bonny Dean ?v 1. TP' gl! X 5 4 Kathy Dale Sharmon Dameron Georges Davis Jackie Davis Don,t they ever stop talking Janet Deary Ted Deary Eddie Deaver Vincent Decosi Greg De Prez Linda Dixon Dave Doyle Pam Dudley Elaine Early Mike Eason Susan English Jimmy Eldridge 1 6 X Q-r .-iv Donna Flaherty Bill Foote Margie Frizzell Nancy Gallaher I Gene Erb Gary Esposito Juanita Etheridge Melvin Etheridge Joy Evans Kef Fairchild Alan Ferguson Adele Ferraro Diane Ferraro Pat Finley Steve Finn Teresa Fiore Wifi ' 165 his 5 ev' ':: my K. Jim Galyon Patti Garvin Gwendolyn Gary Brad Geesey Bill George Allan Gibbs Cheryl Gibson Sharon Gilcrease Mike Gleason Gale Gordon Q t 3' ga- iis 1 Q . A A: gl, - fi g W si 5 f, X, vi, ,Rue '1 Vg 4' , -mail V , ' ' 5 Q , : , Qin, 1 ,U Q- ' ' lol' ' 'M' , Q ' w e - A . -254. 56 QI: ' . rligilf.-5 f. x QR R L 9-Q li fi, .Q W- Q- W if M ix -nc X ww I x . G22-'Pm 4--1, Ni' X fx 5 X - w. ' -'x. 2 ., - fo .4 1 S' 'A A ' , we 'SV fax , ' Q by ii R vw 'A i' ' ' , w -K b 154' 01-H Cameron Gray Joyce Gray Diane Green Dennis Green John Green Robin Gregory Jayce Griftin Barbara Grimstead Irvin Grimstead John Grimstead Kathy Groceman Allan Goubeaux Allan Goureaux Joyce Haffey Bonnie Hale Debbie Hamilton 'N 8 I ,,,'.i. 1-', ,4- r'- iiQL'5Lf-.- New ig if 125,-.' 4 Tp H . ..yn . 'il 'X Ya ," 51. , 4',,,--A2 l .- " if- 'H 1' ,F K- Q 4. 'ix :V , Y: I Fi. 'mx is ,Q 61, 1 11---, it" Joann Hankins Linda Hansen Robert Hansen Vicki Hardirnan Alva Harris Noralee Hart Penn Hartman Ricky Haycox Marion Haynes Sulvania Henderson Debbie Hendriksen Paul Hendrix Skip Hendrix Karen Hendy Bill Henry Juniors Question Ianet Herman Paul Hill Steve Hilton Buddy Hines Hazel Hines Leon Hitchler Barbara Hodges Dennis Hoel Linda Hogge Rosemary Hogge 1 , 44.1,-4 A U an Q3 Q , ,f s 7 K Ae, i .H , ja- S, X 4 ,- .- . ,, '54 3- 1" Gln 1 'We s, 9, ps lx R' Q5 f 'QV X s gg.-M Wi- S . - , . 6 F13 1-53.1 gl 2-25,03 Y,,rw.,,F ,S 5 ,. 'JAM' X al L. wiv- Q-uv 168 yaw- Dennis Howard Pat Hubbard Debby Huck Kelvin Huddy Eddie Hughes Ferrell Hughes Filmore Hughes Diane Hummer Gus Jackson Ricky Jackson Terry James Mamie Jennings Su san Jennings Allan Johnson J ohn Johnson Pat Johnson Juanita Jones Gale Jordan Kermit Jordan Irene Kapetenakolis Huck Kenny Tom Kileline Mary Killen Cheryl King Tyrone King Kathy Kingan Eddie Kirby Shelly Kovach Kathy Laforn Alfred La Garde Roy Larnbertson Terry Laney Pat Lantry Charncll Large Bucky Lawler Loretta Lee David Lefavor Laverne Lobb Cathy Longworth Carolyn Lovette Brenda Mack Charlotte Malbon Foster Maller Art Mann Bobby Mann Steve Mansfield Helen Marcos Cotton Markert . o, fl, I -f 4 l ,Q 4 is ,. lju' at S ' fs fs ,PWR 2, 5x Y!"" Aix. fxf' Shelley Mills Beth Minton Claudia Miranda Gale Marshall Yolanda Martin Bill Mastorson Carol Matthews S Pat Mayfield Brad McCanna Bob McFarland Skippy McNeil Kathi Mercer Billy Midgett Ann Miller Carolyn Miller Johnna Miller Linda Miller Robert Miller Rosette Miller i L Lester Mobely Dorsey Moore Lynn Moore Ted Moore Theresa Morgan Lee Morin Tony Moss Rita Mott Charles Monroe Janeanne Murphey Whit Musick Jeff Nelams Priscila Newman Donna Newton Lorraine Nix Jim Noden Carl Northrup Andrea Nutter Angie O'Gorman Anne Olejar Bill Osborn Gale Pallete Jeff Palmer Chris Panella Ray Parisher Lois Parker Toni Parker Jim Parrish Frank Parrott Gail Peabody Jim Peters Wes Peterson Carolyn Pfleuger Bruce Phelps Bill Phillips Pat Phillips Verna Phillips Marjorie Potter Robert Potter Mike Powell Glo Price Peter Price John Rauet Bill Raunswinter Richard Reed Val Reisner Dowd Reynolds John Richardson David Richmond Ronnie Riggs Lindia Rigney Brenda Robeson David Rollins Haydon Ross . Thea Roth Walter Rountrcc Jim Runyon Sally Rydell Madeline Sale Bill Sanders Cathy Saddlethight Jane Saunders Paul Saunders Noel Sawyer Marya Seans Jon Sedel George Schaum Russel Scherck Becky Schmieder Jay Shelley Ken Shugart David Simmons Jack Slagle Bill Sloan Duncan Smith Linda Smith Robin Smith Delores Snowden Francie Somervell Sharon Sparks 1 'X 1 'ir 1 Nix " X - we X x ft Nxsxf. 'Q vi? x S. X, xx ,H 'I 174 y '- VN . imuxa ii' Diane Stevenson Jerry Stillman Jerry Strohkorb Bob Stumpt Ellen Suggs Pam Summers Tipton Sutton John Taylor Gary Tinney Ninabeth Todd Debbie Tubbs Pam Turner Wendy Turner Debbie Twisdale Jay Van Hoose Andy Va.n Tol Janie Vaughan Mike Vaughan Mike Vencent Tuckett Vernay Chris Volvia Merrill Volvia Chris Wade Louis Walker Chris Wall Susie Washburn Robert Wateriield Bonnie Waters Rick Wctzel Missy Whidden Debbie White Rodney White Les Whitchorn Susan Whitehurst John Wiechei Steve Williams Joelle Williamson Aubrey Wilson Jinne Wilson Carolyn Winz Joe Wise Susan Wise Boyd Wolard Leslie Wood Mike Wood Regina Woodhouse Lonnie Wright Gail Wyle Eddie Young Roger Young .aw-Q .5 , 3 - N.,-5 ...Q e b. A A .,..,. , .Q -un. HF' es ff' 4 .a 5 Scott Adams Geoy Ailstock Charles Alexander Norvel Allen Judy Alligood Billy Almond Gary Anderson Steve Arcese Sandy Arendts Lois Arrington Angela Arthur Ellen Ashman Page Ashwell Frank Atkinson Tommy Atkinson Robin Atwater Beth Babgy Chris Bailey Class of 1970 Class Officers - left to right - Chris Wall, Pres.g Debbie Clark, Vice-Pres.g Miss Sar- geant, Sponsorg Carol Eth- eridge, Sec.g Rosemary Du- pree, Treas. qv-. N! bib-gs in vm kv- '4- "' 'r -gf' V1 Q ' ',:- 1' A Q A.. ,-E ,I i 'lr X N X 5. in w XX sr RX N 176 Debbie Bailey Roxanna Bailey Danny Baker Barbara Baldwin Danny Barfield Kenny Bartnett Paula Basnight Leslie Baumann John Beacham Larry Beasley Margaret Beasley Marshall Beiler Norma Belvin Terry Benkert Mary Bennett Wayne Bennett Ada Bertha Michael Bertrand , '-.QQ XX 'lx '. ':7m wr. . w - la.. ... . 4' 1 '-a la X A1 Billings Randy Binder Karen Biondo Kinnaird Bissell Edmund Boice Melhoney Bone Sharon Boudreau Steve Boyce Diane Bready Douglas Britt Chris Brocie Diane Brothers Pam Brothers Jeraldine Broughton Mary Brown Pat Brown Becky Bryant William Burford -0"74 '- i : , 4, ' 2 ,J ie-.'. A 4 .px.?,:,is.' . 5 1 4,75 xr 5'-xi N s if 2. LVL , - ' iii ' . A 7 'VF V' 1 Y 2 'V' Robert Burns Tommy Burton Sarah Byrd 5 , ik ' "iii 1331 xv' y ,uf :af-Qi " 'Vip xii ,ig Y n 3' 5- if--Q Ginny Caldwell Henry Capps K 'V Charles Carlson . s g 1 J 1 Ya.. 3 bv .li 3 A A 5 nr f V' X LA, f Ik! 'va Tip A Canoe And Southampton Too tl svi lf' -Q pi-h -he ..- - .,."r- , 1' W lr is , 5, - 2 3 Tom Carson Barbara Carter Tom Carter 'J .XA if .5 4 WB' H. f , O 'fit' qv- Ax xs',i f I Mike Cartwright Steven Cartwright Dee Casteel Paul Casteel Chris Caton Chris Chandler Bandy Cheeks Pat Christopher Debbie Clark JoAnn Coal Greg Collings J on Cookson Carol Cornett Alvin Comic Chris Costenbader Bob Cowan Myron Cowell Michael Crocker Marsha Crockett Robbie Currie Gail Dages Carolyn Day Gary De Angelo Terry Dee Wayne Deford wg A David Diuion g Mary Diselrod Vicki Doss ld! I I-ex 7" s... 3 'P' 1 1' Bill Davis Billy Denton Cherry Doyle Pat Doyle Glenda Dozier Betsy Duke Rosemary Dupree JoAnn Durham David Durden Mark Eanes Marsh Earnhart Brenda Edgerton M ' wi A , - 'wr-v" Q' D A " "f"1 , -'s ' Us x . ' -U, , K i im I XJ Eileen Davis Melinda Davis David DePrez David Damoni ivy rs E no W il I ii 1 it ' W if i David Edwards Jimmy Ellington Tommy English Mike Erb Miguel Egtevez Keith Eubank Bob Egar Keith Ellis Brooke Entwisle Diane Ervin C31-01 Etheridge Edward Eure Tony Fairchild Micheal Falkner Chris Fanney Mary Fantone Carreen Farello Ginny Farmer Mary Feeney Brenda Ferguson Lee Ferraro Lorraine Fiore Mark Fisher Stephanie Forbush Russell Ford Pamela Forlines Abbie Fox 180 L. T' 59 U. I L qv rx rj A8 "1- is sq , x , . 0 6' u . ,Au Susan Freeman Susan Fulgham Susie Fussell Betty Games Ray Garrison Mack Gay Robin Freeman Woody Furr Bruce Gallup Joanne Garofalo Mike Gaskins Diane Gawreg Class of '70 participates in School Band. ' en'-w', s, ,, ,M A ' is - 1 S Us . f ef Q. u,,.,.J 1 L ' , 5 ,,.v 5 1 ,W , 151. .ww V. I . . ..,- lit- txt? fi Ev- xv ie' . w Y' -if , fa, 181 Lenn Gibbons Jackie Ginn Debbie Goodwin Larry Gray Richard Gredvig James Green Charles Griffin Joseph Grimstead David Guthrie Beverly Haddock Mary Hadley Jennifer Hafling Debbie Hallock Tom Hamlett Ernest Hankins L- Debbie Heafner John Henningan Kathleen Hill Mary Hillegas Windell Hines John Hinson Frances Hinton Leslie Hladky Diane Hodges Pam Hoffman Paula Hoffman Stanley Hogge Chris Hanneman Shirley Hardison Ronald Harmon Amy Harrier Ed Harrington Karen Harrington Mary Harrington Pattie Harris Brad Harvey Rhonda Hayden Robert Hays Joy Haywood 4" . .. .,...e-,.,........-.--J Z Four minute rush! John Holland Shelia Holsey Jackie Horton Ray Horton Bill Howard Don Hubbard Peg Hubbard Susan Hudgins Larry Hudson Dinah Hughes Xl. at K x 5, 'A 19' . ' 't 5' 5' r E' lil H Pat Hughs James Humphreys Ronnie Hunter Carlton Hutchins John lrwin Margaret lves Jim Jahn Asberry James Damon Jefferson Steve Jenkins Bill Johnson Ginny Johnson Rose Johnson Shirley Johnson Wilma Jolly Mike Jones Brenda Jordan Sharron Joyner v"' T., in ' 1 xx N . Leslie Karvala Paula Kenley Cathy Kern Kathy Kipp John Kishman Linda Knowles Mike Keeling Chris Kenny Vicki Kidd Virginia Kirkland David Knight Randy Koach .N at 'Z' E f xi . "2 .--"""""- l .-5. . if 'SX ga Where is that bus? Mary Kolodziej George Korte Pete Kostopulos Bill Kutz Danny Lake Patty Lakeman Grace Lambe Mike Lambertson Barbara Land Joe Lane Paula Lane in i' . A at f - . Peggy Lawrance ,I f 3 Grey Lazos 'giver' 1 Robert Lee Cheri LeMaitre Karen Leonard John Leslie Raymond Lett Leslie Lenidig John Link Linda Lister Billy Litchfield John MacLeod John Manuel Melissa McCulloch Pat McKean Gary McDonald Steven McLellon Diane McElwain Carolyn McLure Kathy McNeil Becky Meredith Mary Ann Miller W! Mike Marer Rebecca Martin Tommy Martin Delores Mathis Keith Mattox Paul Maunch Lil McCabe Rob McConnell R it YT' cw 5. n,,, Q r O. n . , 0 ,100 0: 0 M. .DQ a...QO. Q0 .. . .4 Q .. ..Q..l' 0. f it M -1? ff ,1 , P 1 P ,y , Oi? if I N J I X ' V' k..... Jf Kathleen Northrup Connie Ober James Ogle Dicky Olden Joe Olds Eddie Olejar Bobby Oliver Brenda Onley Vera Orgera Betty Osborn Etrain Osorio Greg Overton Judy Owen Mark Palacio Anne Panella 2 15' 1' S 186 Dean Minnerly Norma Minton Mary Mobley Julie Mogilardi Boyd Moore David Moore Sharron Moore Terry Moore Dana Mott Steve Murden Loraine Murphey Richard Murphey Linda Ann Nagle Carol Nevarde Kenny Newcomb Rick Newton Nick Nichols Steve Nichols Larry Pulley Debra Quinn Janice Rader Belinda Ragland Pat Puiitalo Denson Parson Lmily Patterson Irish Perrenot Bill Perry Barbara Peterson Cecil Pcverall Shirley Peverall John Phillips Susan Pierce Herbert Potter Cynthia Puckett ,, , -..1'4 3 -SJ ,J- ,. , , "1 "W" AA T? Barney Reitz Randy Remington Micheal Rheinhart Linda Rhodes Kathy Rice Sandi Rice - PI' -4 1...- . . Patriot supporters Marji Richards Casy Riegert Patti Riner William Roberts Albert Rowsey Susan Sadowski Debbie Sanders Paul Sawyer Ralph Schinder Mike Schmieder Beverly Scott John Seely Bruce Sedel Don Selby Benny Shaner Buff Shaw Fred Sheffy Debbie Sheeley Pam Sheffy x - .A ti, -, A: 24' 'ns...,ih.'- .. , X ?s, , ' I vi - a ii 'ML . 'A vc. 1 Such a long way to go Dave Sheppard Juanita Skinner Denny Smith Mike Smith Ken Sholar Stephanie Slovic Herb Smith Tony Smith 188 T , 1 m if A, Q 1 .Vi t ,,,, x S xg . R l Vi l ' Wg ', I X 'F' E Ronnie Strohkorb Gary Sudhoff Gary Swindell Jon Tefft Bob Stroud Rita Sutherland Charles Taylor Emily Terry brief f 1 V' 'V---. ,N I " 'ff -' -4 A if Q, 'I' -Y 9--,,-vm Y .. gN-Vx l 157-.. 189 Jacquclyn Sneed Jim Spencer Debbie Spruill Robert Spry Mike Stapleton Denby Starling Emily Staton Kinneaird Staton Tom Stephan Larry Stephans Millie Stewart Don Stifller Jimmy Stott Eddie Stovall Janet Strange C Starr Terry Pete Thomas Earl Tester Bruce Thompson 34 Z " .gi-T yu . ah Burnett Thompson Doug Thompson Warren Thompson David Todd Linda Trift Debbie Triplett Peggy Tugman Jerry Turner Gary Vaderson Debbie Van Nostrand Albert Vasile Allen Vasile .,S't'e 5- ""',. W 1 1 l T" X 45 - l V , ' 3:51 .V xxx? 'lf T 11 A Jig " '34 .i'K.gz. ' M ,- ' 4.51 1 - xl I ' -fl I-Ei Sl-s X 5- v if Q2 I , P Y X v 'K' 190 V ag, ss., ra.. . fr- . "1 ,4-t 'tr' sw Carol Veltman Gail Wakefield Leslie Walker Chris Wall Candy Wallace Scott Walthall Charles Walton Nanette Warron John Waterfield Robert Watertield Elizabeth Wettrtein Mike Whalen Roslyn Whitaker Nancy Whitehurst Bill Wiggins Kenny Wilkinson Brenda Williams Bruce Williams if? 5' . fx X -.K 3 1 . X. ,v - f - , 'fi , 'S ,- si. . ,ls ni f ' 419 , X A NW i.' 5 X 391 sf ' ...Qt v- i J :Q .N 'X xx Q XxX Q' 'Q 11 1-T x 4 ,.. 1451- Gs? 5. ,,... 3- 'w ,, ' '11 'ilu uf New 'll . sr. ' i 1 l Marsha Williams Norman Williams Ricky Willis Barbara Wilson Bonfire Spirit! Jack Wilson Janice Wilson David Winecoff Shelia Winnett Pat Wise Mike Wood Beverlee Woodhouse Sharron Woods "W" lg -g.-' 191 W Qi!!-. ' 2514 , l Ai in in ...f 1 l , Lannie Woolford Malvern Wyche Barry Young Danny Young Artie Barnes ., 1 ,l x '-1 Q J' :gf I' ' r 'ws Y-v,v'4',g r ' ' Qu 'S I . Pat Williams Jackie Wilson Class of 19 l -'rf--af W. , ,EBI If K , -w G- B' -4-i u 5' :rg :ll 'Q Q4 " W bf 1 Rav K t ul V A .I S ,N 4 , 5 0' 0 All :ZE x a , rl kiw- X- fx., NY 4:.15i-1e: Tp 'T W' ' lllfgfilib 'ii' ' ig l ' 'galil P 'B' K7 sf Y ' iz- . ' J, .j "lil 1-ill fl All Class Officers - left to right - Robert Ford, Vice Pres.g Mitza Matter, Treas.g Miss Ellis, Sponsorg Margaret Murphy Pres Jo anne Delaney, Sec. Dennis Adoir Debbie Allan Debbie Allen Michelle Allen Mike Allsbrook Joseph Androde Sharon Altizer Robert Backland Bob Bailey Denyke Bailey Richard Baldwin Craig Bancroft Debra Bateman Lillian Beasley Mita Beasley Phyllis Bell Walter Bender Mike Benegar Steve Benegar Kathy Bennardo Helrnic Benton Karen Beord Gloria Berry William Billowe 'iIf 'V NX, I . ' Q s - - .j 5 ' ' - 5 C' Q , Q - . XX Jia M rx! Courtney Carlson Kathy Carlquist Chuck Church Neils Clau son Dottie Collins Tom Collins Chris Columbus Tom Cook Robert Copenhaver Tom Couch I 'P I rv Ou can 1' tm Ronnie Craddock Mickey Cowan Joel Dail Kim Davison Paul Dean Letha Deaver Joanne Delaney Tony Demarco -3 . fs r , f 11 1 'FS G MQ A ' 11: P i if is llfiwk ' x""3. 'V 4. C 'S G 1 xx S. 'I of I if . 1 , F 3 :P i .X W - ei? la xi T .f 41:7 v 4. ' ,- wh " 17 X, N 4 'fini-Fi! Siigfgx lx .V 1' ' I I ?. W , V ss- IQ '31 193 Ricky Biondo Mike Blowe Bruce Blum Shirley Booze Anita Boyd Linda Bozard Jonene Bozorth Mickel Branich Joy Brewer Susan Brothers Steve Burnette Debbie Butler Clark Butner Summer Byington Debbie Campbell .1 4 Clay Card Susan Chapman Tony Carter ry Q9 F-is 3 :X Us , 1 1 I-I ,, tx il: i 1 61' 5 1- . -rf iv J sa to fe-A f7'l" R - A .- . 4- 1 r "' ' ' -. I 2' Q ,e Don Disney Celeia Dowdy Rebecca Dugan Judy Dugger Laura Early Susan Early Denise Elliott Jeannine Elmore Richard Ennis Craig Erickson David Eubank Robert Fergerson Arnold Ferraro Steve Fillmore Denise Flowers Sandy Fondren Robert Ford Ricky Franklin Q , .,I..'.i W 3,1 ,Q-tif cg.. , Q v , - rg 1: . ...- nf f ? '! ' , w Reading for a change! Ralph Harrel Ambrose Harris Roxanne Harris Doug Harryman Lee Haywood Melissa Headley Becky Heafner Donna Hensley Rick Hensley Richard Hepler Ed Herbert Robert Hilton Theresa Hopeweaver David Horen Rick Horton Jacque Hudgins Joelene Hudson Pam Hudson Ricky Hudson Tony Huffner James Hummer Tom Hunter Rich Inman Earl Ives Scott Frudden Steve Fulghan Ron Galyon Gwendolyn Garrett Sue Gibson Sandy Glibert Paula Giles John Gilliand O. V. Gillikin Mike Goodman Tim Grady Bob Gray Woody Grimstead Terry Gunther Judy Hancock RW ,f','2' 'F ' XXZI if QV N rf i . 41 ri - s.., 5 ar A 1:3 :R 5 Q X . w Q-' 4 ti G S ' Q.-J L- sl A V K. af! t , 4 EV Mitza Matter Sharen Matter Pat McAlaney Rosey McBride Barbara McCloud Mike McGinnis Priscilla McNary Richard Merser Peggy Messina Joanne Metts Pat Moody Mary Moore Phyllis Moyer Linda Murphy Margaret Murphy J an Neal Linda Neale Bill Newsom Wayne N ock Chuck Ogle egg y J Jackie Jacovides Freddie Johnson Rebecca Johnson Sandra Johnson Steve Johnson Bill Jones Melanie Keegan Joyce Keller Charlie King Stepen Kirk Judy Knight Carla Knutson Ginny Laud Charles Lemon Rosa Lewis Mike Lex Nancy Link LaVerne Lobb Debbie Lowe Lindsey Maclean Kathy Mahan Suzanne Marquess Edward Marsh Sandee Marshall Bruce Maston J, 3 1 J E 511ml ,. ,ks 4 x 1:- W, is B f-:ff J ,iv 15"- 4: EP H 5' . az' 'nm I X aq- 2 K' ' f Q- , P 4 l . E4 a . fp J if if E? Patrick Sanford Patricia Saunders Mike Saunders Phyllis Sawyer Mark Schofer Kirt Schuldt Jacque Seaman Carleen Sears Cindy Selby John Shelton H if t a U' Bert Owens Virginia Owens Betty Packer David Parrish Laurie Pener J oAnna Plantz Nancy Potter Nancy Pretzman Ireland Pulley Pam Pundt Lenard Reagan Nancy Revolinsky Billy Rickard Richard Riner Paul Roseviear Mary Ross 1 Lunch-time rush! jr. a Linda Sholer Pat Shuford Joy Smith Mary Liz Smith Gilbert Smith Mary Lou Soscia Earnest Stafford Paula Stalvey Susan Stott Mary Stoy X , Shirley Strange Emma Taylor Steve Taylor Barbara Thompson Becky Thompson Judy Titcomb Michael Troutt Senta Tubbs John Ustick Charlie VanDussen Sara Vanl-lusin Jay Van Kleeck Ronnie VanVoorhis Chuck Vlasic Steve Voliva Donna Walbert James Walck Debbie Walker Linda Walker Rick Wallace Scott Wallace Willard Watson Francis Wawrzyniak Tommy Wells Marsha Whisner J eff White Wendell White Donna Wiechel Carol Wilkerson Danny Wilkerson Lindsey Willey Susan Williams Jennie Wilson Doug Woolard Annette Woolard Gary Worral John Wright Tom Wynkoop Suzanne Yates Bill Yeates Chuck Zavzig Andi Zerphy . .'e ' w h N 1 , a-iz' ru' '. 41 1 1 1 F l g 'I' l K. QR. ' Qu. 45 2 'lf px 3-i'l .. xx i - W Q 3 rx vu, S l .as I i- Q ii .ii i K7 .mm rw X S+ F' fl' ' lx W it V gi ' S is I. ' C if ' tzf ffl-'L A M I ni wx 'X J 'W I sl X- D 5 ,. A . 'rr , 'Y f. in -x N3 gr? I I. fifw f ff!! Q-. 1 K ,',N..:. ' r l P , X xa. 'J ' 1 J .4 -':, if 5 -. 0 'S 5 . 197 lik A I Seated, left to right: Kathie Downs, Vice Presidentg Cherrie Rickard. Standing, left to right: Sue Eubank, Secretaryg Miss Reilly, Class of 1972 iv Q 4x 7112! PM Xl ,ia 198 Bill Agreste Charlie Akers Paul Akers Radene Alexander Russ Allen John Ambrose Michael Andrade Beth Ashman Debbie Astrum Debbie Bacheler Jeff Baden John Bailey Edith Barber Carol Barker Beverly Barrett Jimmy Basham Chris Beckland David Bellavanc I, Phyllis Butler Rick Button Donna Caldwell Chris Carey Mary Carlquist Cathy Castle Bruce Chisholm Bill Clift Courtney Coffman Terrie Cohick Harold Collins Joyce Collins Terry Covington Terry Cratch Steve Crows James Daniel Jane Dander Key Davis Phyllis Bellvin Judy Bishop Nancy Bone Cathy Booth Sandra Bouwman John Boweasox Dianna Boyce David Bradshaw Terry Branch Paul Bready Judy Brewer Shelley Brinson Warren Britain Patricia Brock David Brothers Scotty Brown Amy Bryant Karen Burke Vicki Burkey Becky Burt x iw 'S Q- 1, 'Y .31 Y 1 .u wir .1 ,. ' s en 1 N Q. '55 .,' Q ' as .LL Q .F Mans' Tommy Ellis Willie Etheridge Sue Eubank John Felhofer Margaret Ferguson Mike Finneren Grey Folks Patricia Fowler Brian Fnidden Connie Games SanDee Garrett Nancy George Scott Gidson Jill Gohr Richard Gore Leslie Davis Linda Davis Russel Davis Michele DePrez Cooter Detrick Mike Diamond Jimmy Dienhart Mike Dirnko Ralph Disney Wayne Dodson s Albert Donnelly David Donnelly Bobby Dowe Kathy Downs Holly Doyle Henry Drum Karen Duckett Donny Edgerton Lynn Elam Laura Ellis iv- Ronnie Gore Debbie Grain Avery Gram Gary Gregory Cecil Gresham Alan Gressner Maria Gringras Betty Anne Gupton Ed Hackett Lynn Hadley Jeff Hamlett Larry Harper Billy Harrill Jimmy Harris Dree Hartley Kenith Harvey Peggy Hennigan Clayton Herbert Janet Hill Bobby Hladky Carl Holman Bill Holz Christi Horton C. A. Howard Nancy Huenerberg Lisa Huerta Michael Hughes Dean Hurst Barbara Ives Peggy J acovides Marty Janoen John Jennings Gary Johnson Chris Jones Jesse Jones 1 9, 1,.. .W 5 at "5 K KKK mill , ,:..,.3', If ,,. : 1 is 1 2 L 4 W -.sw L L 1-P at Q. 1 s 1 Us ' . fr x'- J J 'Q Jw , K Y 'L If .. ,Q lgiqi Qi J, f' 'l ta V W' , J .bm H 'VE LYS Wm 'Egg i E - . -we ai ,. K 2 ' , 46 My Marianne Lindblad Curtis Lowery Randy Madon Kent Littleton Rocky Longworth Ralph Majors Drug Lockman Eddie Luffman Mike MaKowsky . it X x Y i . gf, . , N L I it , N Kemp Jones Karen Jones Lloyd Jones Janette Joyner Spencer Joyner Kevin Kemick Kevin Kendrick Eugene Kesler Jay Kight Kim King Billy Kirby Sandra Kirkland Steve Koenig Mike Koloeziej Robin Lamm Joseph Lane Robert Lane Pete Langteau . A 1 ..1 p 4 Mary Lantry Lance Large Barbara Lazos Karl Leidig Mary LeMaster Mark Lett Officers for the Class of '72 present themselves in the Liberty Bowl Parade. 202 Ted Marlow Karlene Marwitz Alvin Mayo Gareth Mayo Joe Mazzochi Gary McBroom Fran McCarthy Mark McCorkle David Mancus Debby McNa.ry Nancy Melvin Vicki Merlino Jeff Miller Pam Montgomery Charles Moody Gayle Moore Theresa Morriss Mark Mullin Bernard Mustun Gary Notte Tommy O'Gorman Betty Owen Jim Owens Linda Owens Steve Parker Lucy Perry Kathy Peters Bill Peverall Jimmy Pretzman Alan Price Debra Ralph Ronnie Reagan Austin Reid Ralph Reid Cherrie Richard Gary Robertson Brenda Rollins Dean Rose Phillip Roy Billy Sale Carl Sander Eddie Sanders new fg Q V QB 4 H Q, v' I ,i FQ I.. 9 'TQ'-1 l fl 1? On I 4 1 una- - V N -xv ? 5 ,. "fb Q . if f f 5 fr-D G.. ' j fa. -csv QQR. x I, X N fr- .. A A J , ..4. V il!-1-ra ,- .F . . -G Scott Sater Lynn Sattlethight Steve Schleif .laney Schlinder Wade Scoggins Sammy Shelton Donna Shipp Amy Shulick Carter Sinclair Kathy Sipe Margaret Skinner Andrea Smith David Smith Debra Smith Randy Smith Nancy Soscia Thomas Speight Denise Spivey . ' ' if . .A ',aa,,As-N A "7'1W. L RT 'F T .xv w .avg '45 I Mies, Eighth Grade attendants, Kathie Downs and J oanie Terrell, as seen in the parade before the game 2 xll -'in lim if 78 Ld 4 I A 1 La IAA. OT N Q' :W if vt-Q ails.. X Y L 4 J 1 if . r 3 LL Claire Tozer Bart Tuthill Joan VanTol Linda Trimble Jonny Veltman Lynn Vincent Anne Vislocky Janet Wahrman Rene Walck Ja.mes Walkers Martin Weichel Tommy Weikel Joyce Wells Art Westcot Mark Wetzel Curtis White Joe Williams Tim Williams Joe Wilson Richard Wing Roberta Wise Joann Woolard Randy Wright Reba Wright Howard Wyle Steve Wynkoop Debbie Yow Debbie Zirnheld is 3,4 ,a . 6- A. Y - 'Q-.. -EQ ,. , R is A W!":.. .5 A -' 10' L X J an '54 205 42. ,b 5- ,ix Royce Stephenson Eddie Stewart Britt Stomcy Lisa Stuart Kathy Stumpl' Joani Sullivan Cristine Tamburino Nancy Taylor Tanya Taylor Jimmy Teetes Jonie Terrell Mark Thomas Woody Thomas Lois Thrift Mike Tomlin 1. 'I 95 ef Q 5.5 fff fwilvfi' A -lx, . 3,82 is U , fi 'N 42 R .xv f if u Ou 3- L, G- . .I gg 5' XS kv' sl 'Q A Q 1 'il Wx W , 'fa 7 -V ' 1 Abt Q, 'x xl X P Many people do not appreciate the significance of advertisements, but to the publications of the school, advertising is a vital part of their financial support. The following advertisers have shown their confidence in our school by supporting our annual. "sw, ,' .WZ ft I f W, gn. nv-...ww-.,---.-,1...v I v ox 4 IIA Q in .L i f I- fin' 4 ' , -- hu.. 1 I . - . ,.,,,-. - ,Y,.. ,....,...-.,. Q 4 . 1 - - - ADVERTISEMENTS i. 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SERVICE , 17th 81 Cypress Avenue Virginia Beach, Virginia fm-is af YUUI' ix' fx, I I . I Days , Nights ffwffpr 428-9724 1 428-7202 xXQ..2'rI A1 NN ii iiziuii K CAG S P1 Thank You For Shopping at Y X ghclhrgmmun 0 f ' ,inonany 'NX f"' p subject 0 euerfv day FASHIONS FOR THE FAMILY Princess Anne PIUZU Also Downtown Norfolk Janaf and Wards Corner 209 Senior Statistics ADDENBROOK. JOHN: Homeroom Treasurer 2. ADDENBROOK. MARGARET: Tri-Hi-Y 1, Y-Teens 2, 31 Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3, G.A.A.A. 3, Hockey 4, Drama Club 5: Senior Superlative. ALEXANDER, MAXENE: Tri-Hi-Y 1, Medical Club: Art Club: Drama Club 5: Y-Teens 5. ALLEN, DIANE: Homeroom President 2, Nurses Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3: J.V. Cheerleader 2. 3, Varsity 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 51 F.B.L.A. 5. ALLRED, JERRY: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Audio-Visual Club 2. 3. 4, 5: Class Treasurer 3, 4, 5: Ars-Medic Club 3, 4, 5, Vice-President 4, Tennis 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, 5, Inter- act Club 4, 5: Treasurer 5: Key Club 4, 5, Annual Staff 4, 5, Student Photographer 4. 5: Sports Co-Editor 5, Senior Super- lative. AMUNDSON. THOMAS: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Chess Club 2, 3. 4, Business Manager 4: Homeroom Vice-President 2, J.V. Football 3. ANDERSON. CHRISTINE: N.H.S. 4, 5. ARGARABRIGHT, BARRY: Key Club 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 5. ASH, DUANE: J.V. Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, Monogram Club 3, 4, 5,Art Club 4, Hi-Y 4, 5. AXELROD, SUSAN: Homeroom V-P, G.A.A.A. 2, 3, l.C.C. Representative 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, S.C.A. publicity committee 3, 4, 5, Chairman 5, WGH Correspondent 5, Newspaper Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Reporter 1, 2, Business Man- ager 3, News and Assistant Editor 4, Co-Editor 5, Jr. Civitan 2. 3, 4, 5, District Lt. Governor 4, Pep Club 5. BABINEAU, MICHELE: History Award 1, French Club 2, Scholastic Award 2: Debate Team 3, Drama Club 3, Tri-Hi- Y 4. 5: Pep Club 4, 5, President 5, N.H.S. 4, 5. BAHLMAN, CAROL: Surf Queen Attendant 1, G.A.A.A. 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, 5, V-P 5,Jr. Civitan 4, 5, Homeroom President 1, 2, 3, 4: Standing Committee Chairman, N.H.S. 4, 5, Girls' State. BAKER, VICTOR: Wrestling 3, 4, DECA. BANTON, BARBARA: G.A.A.A. 3, Pep Club 4, F.B.L.A. 5. BARNES, JOAN: G.A.A.A. 3. BAXTER, BROOKE: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Reporter 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 5 , Art Club 3, 4, 5, President 5, Ars Medica 4, 5, Tri-Hi-Y 5, Standing Committee Chairman, Liberty Bowl Committee Chairman 5, Senior Superlative. BAXTER, DONALD: Homeroom Treasurer 1, Homeroom President 5, Ars Medica 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice-President 4, 5, Ten- nis 2, 3, 4, 5, Audio-Visual 2, 3, 4, 5, Key Club 4, 5, Inter- act Club 4, 5, Secretary 5, Annual Staff 4, 5, Standing Com- mittee Chairman. BEILER, CLARK: Band l, 2: 3, 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 5. BELL, MELVIN: DECA 4, 5. BENKERT, PATRICIA: Chorus 1, DECA 5. BINGLEY, THOMAS: Homeroom President 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, 5, Golf 2, 4, 5, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, 5,Track 3, 4, 5,Hi-Y 3, Interact Club 5. BISHOP, RAY: Soccer Team 1, Basketball l,J.V. Football 2, Varsity 3, 4, 5, J.V. Baseball 2, 3: Monogram Club 3, 4, 5, Track 4, 5, Key Club 4, 5. BOLT, DAVID: DECA 5. BOONE, LARRY: Drill Team 1, Scholastic Team 1, Science Club l, 2, S.C.A. Representative 1, 2, Class V-P 2, Wrestling 3, 4. BOONE, MARTHA: Newspaper 1, 2, 3, Reporter 1, 2, French Award 1, 2, G.A.A.A. 3, Homeroom V-P 4, N.H.S. 4, 5, Pep Club 5, Ars-Medica 5. BoorHE, ARTHUR: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. BOROUGHS, TERESA: F.B.L.A. 4, 5,Pep Club 4, 5. BRADLEY, DONALD: J.V. Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, 5, J.V. Basketball 2, Track 2, Monogram Club 3, 4, 5, President 5, Homeroom Treasurer 4, DECA 5. BREHM, JOYCE: Hockey Team 3, 4, 5, G.A.A.A. 3, Home- room President 4. BREWER, DEBORAH: Pep Club 4, 5, Chorus 4. BREWER, THOMAS: Newspaper 4, Photographer. BUCHER, ROY: Football 3, 4, 5, Key Club 4, 5, Treasurer 4, 5, Interact Club 5, Jr. Civitan Club. Senior Statistics BURDETT, CAROL: Drama Club 1:Chorus 5. BURFORD, ALICE: National Association for Girls 1, 2: F.B.L.A. 5. BUTTNER, MARSHA: G.A.A.A. I. CAHILL, PATRICK: Football 2: Track 3: Drama Club 2: Basketball 3. CALDWELL, NANCY: French Club 2: F.T.A. 5. CAMPBELL, WILLIAM: Industrial Arts Club 2. CAPPS, ARMILETA: Drill Team 1: S.C.A. Representative 1: Hockey Team 2, 3, 4, 5: Track Team 2. CARLSON, CHRISTOPHER: Band 1, 2: Library Club 1, 2. CARSON, DOUGLAS: F.T.A. 1, 2, 3: Hi-Y 2: Science Club 3, 4: Wrestling 3, 4: Drama Club 4, 5. CASEY, CANDY: Jr. Y-Teens 1: Class V-P 1, 2: J.V. Cheer- leader 2, 3: Varsity 5: G.A.A.A. 2, 3: Homeroom Secretary- Treasurer 3: N.H.S. 4, 5: Pep Club 4: Jr. Civitan 4,5, Chap- lain 5: Annual Staff 4, 5, Co-Editor 5. CHAPMAN, BETTY: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Drama Club l, 2: Span- ish Club 3. CHASE, LINDA: DECA 4, 5. CHESHIRE, HEATHER: Homeroom President 2: Home- coming Attendant 2, 4, 5: Y-Teens 4, President 4: G.A.A.A. 3: I.C.C. 4: Scholastic Team 2, 3, 5: N.H.S. 4, 5: Senior Su- perlative. CLYNES, CHARLES: Folk Club 2, 5, President 5: Drama Club 4: I.C.C. Representative 5. COHICK, ROSEMARY: German Club 4, 5: Tri-Hi-Y 5. COKER, LINDA: Basketball Team 2. CONNER, EDDY: Band 1. COOKSON, PAULA: F.H.A. 3. CRATCH, LINDA: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary 5: Spanish Club 2, 3. CROCKETT, CAROLE: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 31 G.A.A.A. 3. DANFORTH, JANE: S.C.A. Representative l: Y-Teens 2, 3, President 2: J.V. Cheerleader 3: Jr. Civitan 4, 5: Hockey Team 4, 5: N.H.S. 4, 5: Senior Superlative. DAVIS, JAMES: Chorus l, 2. DEANS, BRUCE: Homeroom President I: J.V. Basketball 3. DEBEASSO, JOANNE: DECA 5. DEWITT, MARTHA: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 5: I.C.C. Representa- tive: Talent Show 3, 4. 5. DIENHART, KAREN: French Club 3: History Club 4, 5, V-P 4, 5: Spanish Club 5, Treasurer 5. DINEEN, MIKE: Chorus 1, 2: DECA 4, 5. DIXON, ANN: Y-Teens 3: FBLA 3. DRUM, CAULY: Pep Club 2, 5: Tri-Hi-Y 5. DUNN, RICHARD: Latin Club 2. DUNTHORN, SALLY: Chorus 4, 5. EAGAR, TOM: J.V. Football 2, Varsity 3, 4, 5: S.C.A. Re- presentative 3, 4, Committee Chairman 5: Key Club 4, 5, Secretary 4: Jr. Civitan Club 4, 5, President 5: District Gov- ernor 5: Monogram Club 4, 5: N.H.S. 4, 5: Annual Staff 4, 5, Business Manager 5: Scholastic Team 4, 5, Tidewater Team 5: Outstanding Boy at F.C.H.S.: Senior Superlative. EARLY, BRIAN: Latin Club 2, Representative to state 2. ENGLISH, KAREN: Y-Teens 2, 3: Homeroom V-P 2, 3:Pep Club 3. ENTSMINGER, DEAN: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: J.V. Baseball 2: J.V. Wrestling 2,4: Chorus l, 2, 3, 4. ETHERIDGE, SALLY: G.A.A.A. 2, ETHERIDGE, PERCY: Baseball l, 3: Football I, 2: DECA 5. FAIRCHILD, JOE: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Debate Club 5: Key Club 5: Senior Superlative. FANNEY, BRITT: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Senior Stati tics FISHEL, JAMES: Band 1, 2, Hi-Y 5. FRANKLIN, DIANE: SCA Representative 1, Spanish Club 1, 2. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 5, Pep Club 4, 5, Secretary 4, V-P 5, N.H.S. 4, 5, Jr. Civitan Club 5, FTA 5, Annual Staff 5, Circulation Manager 5, Senior Superlative. FULLERTON, BILL: J.V. Football I, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Interact Club 5. GAMES, CAROL: Pep Club 3. GARRETT, PAM: SCA Representative I, 2, 3, SCA Treas- urer 3, J.V. Cheerleader I, 2, 3, Varsity 5, Class V-P 2, Class Secretary 4, Y-Teens 3, Pep Club 4, V-P 4, Annual Staff 2, 5, Jr. Civitan 4, 5, District Treasurer 5, FTA 5,0utstanding Girl at F.C.H.S., Girls' State, Senior Superlative. GILLIAM, CHARLES: Homeroom President 1, 2, 3, Jr. Civi- tan 4, 5,N.H.S. 4, 5, Grand Marshal of Liberty Bowl 5. GOODWIN, CARLTON: DECA 5. GORDON, ROBERT: Band 1,2, 3, 4, Sports Club 1, 2, 3 Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 3, Football 3, Arts Club 4, DECA 5. GRAHAM, DANNY: DECA 5. GREGORY, MARK: Band I, 2, 3, J.V. Football 2, J.V. Base- ball 2, 3, Monogram Club 4, 5 , Wrestling 4. GRIFFIN, ELEANOR: Latin Award 2, Y-Teens 3, Basket- ball Team 3, 4, 5, Hockey Team 4, 5,N.H.S. 4, 5, F.T.A. 5. GRIMES, DANNY: DECA 5. GUTHRIE, CHUCK: Band 1, Homeroom Representative 1, 2, 3, J.V. Football 2, 3. HALL, CYNTHIA: Homeroom President 5, Tri-Hi-Y 5. HANCOCK, BURTON: Football 1, Baseball l, Track 4, 5, Monogram Club 4, 5, Jr. Civitan 5. HANSEN, VICKY: French Club 1, Pep Club 2, G.A.A.A. 2, 3, Hockey Team 3, Drama Club 4, 5,Homeroom President 4. HARPER, MELINDA: Class Treasurer 2, Scholastic Team 2, J.V. Cheerleader 2, Varsity 3, Keyettes 3, Y-Teens 3, 7 HARRIS, CHERYL: Chorus 2, 5. HAUBRICH, JUDY: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, 5,Y-Teens 2, 3, F.T.A. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Drama Club I, 5. HAUSER, BECKY: Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 1,G.A.A. A. 3,Chorus 2, 4. HEADLEY, JEFF: J.V. Golf 2, 3, Interact Club 4, 5. HERBERT, LOUISE: Sportls Team 1, 2, 3, Art Club 4, 5, Drama Club 5. HERSHEY, JANE: Chorus 1, 4, Girls' Glee Club I, 2, SCA Representative 2, Girl's Club 2, President 2, Pep Club 4, N.H.S. 4, 51 Jr. Civitan 5. HESS, CATHEY: Soccer Team 2, Hockey Team 3, Class V-P 1, DECA 5. HICKMAN, MARSHA: DECA 5. HINES, BOBBY: Baseball I, Basketball 1, Class V-P l,DECA 5. HINYUB, LINDA: Nurses' Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5, German Club 4, N.H.S. 4, 5, Pep Club 5. HITCHLER, KEN: Audio-Visual Club 2, 3, 4, 5, History Club. HOBBS, JOHN: Newspaper 4, Photographer 4, Track 3, 4, 5. HORTON, BETTY: DECA 5, N.H.S. 4, 5. HUDSON, PAMELA: FBLA 2, 3, G.A.A.A. 2TDill Team 3, FHA 4, Drama Team 4, 5, DECA 5. HUGHES, BRIDGETT: G.A.A.A. 3, Y-Teens 3, Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 2, Chorus 5, FTA 3. HUGHES, GAYLE: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 1, SCA Representative 3, 4, ICC Representative 3, J.V. Cheerleader 3, C0-Captain 3, Varsity 5, Civitan 4, 5, Drama Club 4. HUGHES, LANNAH: Homeroom President 1, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, Delegate to Model General Assembly 4, Secretary 5, Pep Club 4, 5, Secretary 5, Jr. Civitan 5. A Jr. Civitan 4, 5. 212 IFFT, VALERIE: Band 3, 4, Secretary 3, Librarian 4. Senior Statistic JAHN, JACK: German Club 3, 4, 5, Key Club 4, 5, Secre- tary 5, N.H.S. 4, 5, President 5, Jr. Civitan 5. JAMES, THOMAS: J.V. Baseball l,Homeroom President 3, 4. JENSEN, PATTI: SCA President 1, Softball Team 1, Spanish Club 2, G.A.A.A. 2, 3, Class Secretary 3, FBLA 2, 3, Varsity Cheerleader 4, 5, Co-Captain 5, Jr. Civitan 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 5, SCA 5, Co-Chairman of Homecoming Activities 5, Senior Superlative. JOHNSON, BETTY: Hockey Team 3: Pep Club I, 2, Tri-Hi- Y 5, Ars Medica 5. JOHNSON, ELAINE: Newspaper 5, Reporter 5,DECA 5. JOHNSON, JUDY: Tri-Hi-Y 3, FBLA 5. JONES, BARBARA: FBLA 4, N.H.S. 4, 5. JONES, BETH: Y-Teens 2, 3, Annual Staff 4, 5, Assistant Co-Editor 5. JONES, CONNIE: Homeroom V-P I, Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3, Jr. Y-Teens I, 2, Secretary 2, J.V. Cheerleader 2, 3, Varsity 4, 5, Co-Captain 5, G.A.A.A. 3, V-P 3, Surf Queen Attendant 3, Jr. Civitan 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 5,Standing Committee Chairman 4, Annual Staff 4, 5, Sports Co-Editor 5, Girls, State, SCA Vice-President 5, Liberty Bowl Queen 5,Senior Superlative 5. JONES, PAT: Homeroom Secretary 1, Homecoming At- tendant 3, G.A.A.A. 3. JORDAN, FRED: Varsity Football 2, 3, Soccer Team 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Class Treasurer 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, Newspaper 5, Sport's Editor, DECA 4, President 4, Senior Superlative. JOY, RICHARD: J.V. Football 3, Varsity 4, 5, J.V. Wrestling 3, Track 4. KENT, MARK: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Drama Club 1, Band 3. KENT, MIKE: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sport's Club l,Chorus 5. KIMMACH, SHERI: Class V-P 1,Class Treasurer 2. KITCHIN, JIM: J.V. Football I, 2, Varsity 3, 4, 5, Co-Cap- tain, Class Treasurer 1, 2, Homeroom President 3, Class V-P 4, 5, Monogram Club 3, 4, 5, Secretary 4, Key Club 4, 5, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Senior Superlative. KLINGENBERG, ERIC: German Club I, Drama Club I, Baseball 1, Wrestling 3, Homeroom President I, Audio-Visual l,Newspaper I, 4, 5, Feature Editor 4, Co-Editor 5. KOETT, LESLIE: Pep Club 1, Art Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5, Treasurer 4. KOVACH, REGINIA: Class President I, Treasurer 2, Drama Club 2, 4, 5, SCA 4, Spanish Club 4, History Club 5. KRECK, SHELAGH: Pep Club 5, Drama Club 5. LAKE, MARY LOU: Y-Teens 3, G.A.A.A. 3. LAM, HEATHER: Class Treasurer 1: French Club 3, Chorus 5, Folk Club 5. LANE, JAMES: Spanish Club I, 2, Tennis Team 3, 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 5. LANIER, BETH: Newspaper I, 2, 4, 5, Exchange Editor 4, News Editor 5, N.H.S. 4, 5, Latin Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5, Historian - Reporter 5, Pep Club 4, 5. LASH, ROBERTA: Homeroom President l,FTA 5,Hockey Team Manager 4, 5, Girls' Basketball Manager 5. LASSITER, MILLICENT: Hockey Team 4, 5, Y-Teens 4, FBLA 4, 5. LATTIMER, PAM: Drama Club l, 4, 5, FTA 2, Pep Club 5. LAWRENCE, SHIRLEY: Chorus 4, 5. LEMAITRE, DAWN: Drill Team 2, 3, Co-Captain 3, Y-Teens 3, Band 2, Drama Club 5. LETT, MARSHA: J.V. Cheerleader 2, 3, Co-Captain 3, Y- Teens 3, Pep Club 4, 5, SCA Representative 4, FTA 5, Jr. Civitan 5. LEWIS, LISA: Y-Teens 1, Basketball I, 2, 4, Track l, 2, 3: Hockey 3, 4, 5, All-Star 3, 4, Senior Superlative. LILLEY, GREG: Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 2, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 2, 5, Track 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 5, Debate Team 4, Interact Club 5. LINBLAD, CHRIS: Soccer Team l,DriIl Team 2, 3,G.A.A.A. l,Pep Club 4. 5. LINK, SUSAN: History Club 4, Secretary 4. Senior Statistics LOESHE, STEVE: Chess Team 3, 4, 5: N.H.S. 4, 5. LONDON, LEE: Homeroom Secretary 1, V-P 2: Chorus 2: Speech Club 2: Basketball 3, 4. LONG, SANDRA: SCA Representative 1: Track 1, 2: Chorus l. 2: History Club 4, 5, President 4: Drama Club 4. LONGWORTH, LINDA: French Club 3: History Club 4, 5, Chaplain 4. LYNCH, SUSAN: Chorus 1, 2: Newspaper 1, 2: Pep Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. MABRY, ANN: Pep Club 3, 4, 5. MACER, JANICE: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, 5, Captain 4: Class Secretary I: Drill Team I: Girl's Club of America l: Track I:Hockey Team 3, 4, 5: Band 3: Drama Club 5. MAHER, JOANN: Homecoming Attendant 2: Homeroom President 3, 4, 5: Y-Teens 2, 3: Jr. Civitan 4: Pep Club 4, Treasurer 4. MAILHOT, PHILIP: Homeroom President l, 2, 3: Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, 5: Monogram Club 3, 4, 5. MALBON, RANDALL: Homeroom Secretary 1, 2: Class Sec- retary 3: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2: G.A.A.A. 2, 3: J.V. Cheerleader 3: Annual Staff 5. MATTHEWS, BUDDY: J.V. Football 1, 2: J.V. Baseball 1, 2, Varsity 4: Basketball 2, 4. MCCHESNEY, DIANE: F.H.A. 2: FTA 2: G.A.A.A. 3: Y- Teens 3, 4: Pep Club 4. McCOY, BECKY: Homeroom V-P 2: FTA 2: J.V. Cheer- leader 2, 3, Captain 3: G.A.A.A. 3, President 3: Hockey Team 2. McLEOD, JANICE: Tri-Hi-Y 1, President: SCA 1, 2, 3: ICC Representative 2: Y-Teens 2: J.V. Cheerleader 3: Talent Show 1. MIDDAUGH, LINDA: Cheerleader 1, Captain 1:Class V-P l. MIDGETT, DAVID: Key Club 4, 5. MILLER, REBECCA: Tri-Hi-Y 2. MOORE, OWEN: J.V. Football 1, 3, Varsity 4: J.V. Basket- ball 2. MORGAN, AL: Sport's Club 2, 3: DECA 5. MORGAN, SAUNDRA: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Class President 1: Track 1, 2, 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 5: Hockey Team 3, 4, 5: Pep Club 5. MOSELEY, LUKE: J. V. Football 3: Track 5. L MURDEN, DEBBIE: G.A.A.A. 3: Homeroom V-P 3: Surf Queen Attendant 3. NAGLE, BETH: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 1: FTA l, 2, 3: G.A.A.A. 2, 3: Pep Club 4, 5: Drama Club 5. NICHOLS, HAYWOOD: Track 2: Wrestling 3, 5. NIPPER, PAUL: Wrestling 4, 5: Key Club 4, 5. NIX, CARL: Baseball 2: FBLA 4: DECA 5. NIXON, LAURIE: FTA 2, 3: Y-Teens 2, 5: History Club 5: G.A.A.A. 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. NIXON, PETER: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. OBER, CHRISTINE: Tri-Hi-Y 1: Y-Teens 1, 2: Newspaper Staff 4, 5, Art Editor 4, 5, Exchange Editor 5. O'NEAL, MARY: Pep Club 4. ONLEY, EDWARD: J. V. Football 2, 3. OPRE, JOYCE: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Y-Teens 5. OTTINGER, BILLY: J.V. Football 2, 3: Varsity 4: Track 2, 3, 4, 5: Chess Team 3, 4, 5: Literary Magazine 5. OWENS, MIKE: DECA 5, President 5. PALMER, ROGER: Science Club 1, 2: Latin Club 2, 3:Track 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2: Band 4. PEAVY, LINDA: Track l, 2: Basketball 2. PENDLETON, BILL: Homeroom President 2: Golf 3, 5: Jr. Civitan 4, 5, Sergeant-at-Arms 5: Interact Club 4, 5: Mono- gram Club 4, 5: Basketball 4: N.H.S. 4, 5, V-P 5:Annual Staff 4: Boys' State. SCIIIOI' 5l2ll1Sl1CS PELUEGER, SANDY: Pep Club 4, 5. PINER, LYLE: Homeroom Secret:"" Treasurer 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Interact Club 4. PIPKIN, SANDY: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, ,Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Secre- tary 4, 5, Young Democratic Club' .Jr. Civitan 5,Pep Club 4. POSAVEC, BONNIE: G.A.A.A. 1, 2, Pep Club 4. POSTAK, DEBORA: French Club 3, J.V. Cheerleader 3,' Varsity 4, 5, Jr. Civitan 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 5, Ring Dance Com- mittee 4, Senior Play Committee 5. PRICE, CLARK: J. V. Wrestling 4. PRICE, CONNIE: Tri-Hi-Y 2, FBLA 4. PRICE, PAT: Soccer Team 2, Pep Club l, 2, Standing Com- mittee Chairman 4, 5, Debate Club 5. PRICE, WILLIS: J.V. Wrestling l,J.V. Football 2, Homeroom President 2. PRINZ, SARA: Drama Club 2. QUIN, NANCY: Y-Teens 1, Pep Club 2, Annual Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 4. RABE, ALAN: J.V. Track 3. RICHARDSON, RICKY: Basketball 3, 4, 5, Homeroom Pres- ident 4, 5 , Key Club 4, 5, Boys' State, Senior Superlative. ROBESON, CANDY: Homeroom President 1, Y-Teens l, 2, G.A.A.A. 3. ROCKECHARLIE, BETSY: Y-Teens 2, 3, FTA 5, Chorus 1, 2. SAUNDERS, SUSAN: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, SCA Representative 3. SAWYER, MARVIN, Interact Club 4, 5, Art Club at Chorus 5. SCHWARTZ, DEBBIE: SCA Representative 1, G.A.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, FTA 1. SAHWARZ, HEIDI: SCA Representative 1, FTA 5, German Club 5, Exchange Student 5: Senior Superlative. SEXTON, AILEEN: G.A.A.A. 3. SHELTON, CARL: Football 1, 2, 3. SHELTON, ROGER: J.V. Baseball l, 2, 3, Varsity 4, DECA 4,5, Sergeant-at-Arms 5: Monogram Club 4, 5. SHEAN, MARK: Wrestling 2, 3, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, 5. SHUFORD, BOB: N.H.S. 4, 5. SIMPSON, JOE: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4. SIVERTSEN, JACKIE: French Award 1, 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, V-P 2, Secretary 3, Scholastic Team 2, 3, 4, Art Club 3, Bas- ketball 3, 4, Hockey Team 3, 4, Captain 4, Homeroom Sec- retary-Treasurer 3, President 4, Assistant Chairman of Scrap- book 4, Jr. Civitan 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 5, Annual Staff 4, 5, Co- Editor 5, SCA Secretary 5, Varsity Cheerleader 5, Girls' State: Senior Superlative. SLEDGE, SANDRA: Scholastic Team 4, German Club 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 5, FTA 5. SLOAN, MIKE: Key Club 5. SMITH, KIP: Beta Club 2, Annual Staff 2, 3, 4: Scholastic Team 2, Latin Club 3, Track 4, Drama Club 4, Literary Maga- zine 4, Wrestling 4, DECA 5. SNIDER, PETIE: Homeroom President 2, 3, 4, 5, Homecom- ing Attendant 3, Jr. Civitan 3, 4, 5, Class Secretary 5, J.V. Cheerleader 2, 3, G.A.A.A. 3. SPRUILL, CHRIS: Basketball 3, 4, 5. STEPHENS, CHERII Y-Teens 2, 3, Ars Medica 4, 5,G.A.A.A. 3. STILLMAN, WINSLOW: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Football l, 2, 3, 4, 5, Co-Captain 5, Class President 4, 5, Monogram Club 3, 4, 5, Key Club 4, 5, Standing Committee Chairman 4, 5, Senior Superlative. STIVERS, BOBBY: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. SUTHERLAND, NANCY: Class Secretary 1, 2, Surf Queen Attendant 2, FTA 3, Annual Staff, Assistant Co-Editor. Senior Statistics TALLEY. BARBARA! Pep Club 21 Tri-Hi-Y 2: Y-Teens 2, 51 YEATES, GARRY: Tennis Team 2, 3 4 5 Monogram Club History Club 5- 2, 3, 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 5. TAYLOR, CHRIS: interact Club 3, 4, 5, President 5, V-P 4. W:i'YiiWii" : TILLETT, DEBBIE: Homeroom President I. TOWNSEND, STEVE: Senior Superlative. TRUDEL, JACKIE: Majorette 4. VANNOSTRAND, LARRY: Class Treasurer 3, SCA Treasurer 5, Standing Committee Chairman 43 Chorus 2, 3, 4, 5. VASILE, JANET: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, 5: G.A.A.A. 3, Homeroom V-P 3: DECA 5, V-P 5. WASHINGTON, VERONICAJ Class Secretary 1: National Girlls Club 1, Secretary lg Pep Club 5, -FBLA 5. WESTON, AL: History Club 4, 5: N.H.S. 4, 5. WHITE, MARY: Tri-Hi-Y 2: Art Club 3. WILLIAMS, DAVID: Library 4. WILLIAMS, LINDA: Drama Club 3, 4, 5, "Blithe Spirit" 3: "Rebel Without A Cause" 4: Ars Medica 3. 4, 5, Secretary- Treasurer 5L Pep Club 4, 5: Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5, Chaplain 5: Annual Staff 4: Senior Privilege Committee. WOLCOTT, MOE: Homeroom V-P lgBaseball 3. WOLFE, JOHN: Class President I, 2, 3: Interact Club 3, 4, 5: Football 2, 3, 4, 5: Monogram Club 3, 4, 5, Key Club 4, 5, Standing Committee Chairman 43 SCA President 5: Senior Su- perlative. WOODHOUSE. BILL: J.V. 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Hudgins Jr. Mr. 8a Mrs. Edwin B. McAlhaney Capt. 84 Mrs. A. H. Hood U.S.N. lret,l Mr. 84 Mrs Robert James Klingenberg Mr. 81 Mrs W. M. Kent Mr. 84 Mrs John O. Fairchild Mr. 84 Mrs B. J. Dunthorn Mr. 81 Mrs J. W. Cotten Mr. 84 Mrs James J. English Mr. 84 Mrs Carroll E. Danforth "A Parent" "A Friend" Oceana Curb Market Plaza Bakery Patrons of Point O'Woods Oceana Beauty Box E. Ray Howell Southern Amus Co. "Congratulations to the class of Sixty-Eight 227 Welcome Heidi F' . 'iff ffl W 7 C C f' ii' Sf: 3 nl Surprise! Heidi shows her patriot- ism at the Denbigh foot- ball game. HEIDI Heidi Schwartz. our German foreign exchange student was sponsored by the Interact Club. She has added greatly to the spirit this year. She will not soon be forgotten by all the friends she has made. We hope she will remember First Colonial with many happy memories. 228 The many faces of Heidi o P5 'U LJ 0 I F . I 1 O e 1 ' no Sf'-ULF 'Y' 4 " ' l ' ' I r . , Q. -v I . 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