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

 - Class of 1977

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While the activities are as 'different as the people, our depen- dence on each other remains constant. We find that a club is only as useful as its members, a team is only as good as its players. Involving ourselves in personal interests, learning to work together and play together, and more importantly, learning the proper time for each. We grow together, become unified, and look forward to sharing our day with friends. 5' 5,341 I' ..-"' '-f":-L. 4-- 1 -. -- .- .. ' " "'2I 7 -- -',' , ,... , ...-... 4 .,.,.. 1- ...-4.1, , , -117.-'f"fZ: . --f ..,, -4- I , ff: is- 'r- g.A,,.,f5: ,Y .. .Jug ,, 4 1 '.- ,..-... . -z., 1 .-,, :gi 45- ' 'f'::, l. , .,,.- 2, ,. , ...zz :mfg Q V1 .. .., , .--ni v-I gn: n-fl 4 ""' .f-., fr -fur ' Q " 1241! D . 'Lf:..f1 -. -...srf-.,..-h,,,., . 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Students come to life, temporarily succumbing to the thought that tomorrow is yet another school day. Living easy, resting, or cheer- ing the teams to victory, that special nighttime feeling is unanimous. We enjoyed the tunes of the talented marching band, and the Patriot football team emerged victorious once more. Our first play, A Midsummer l3LLght's Dream, was a huge success. The night is tired and the time is late. The cycle is completed. Tides turn and sunrise begins the new day. gf , f , fi fakf '3 rf' 1, fg V' !'f,'-1 1 f - f 'I .' QV! f,WQf,,4'f1 I WAV fl, 7 1 A 14121, I if g lr,-'gy !s.,l,b3j!. fl... ff' r X f 4 f g .N 67 f 'l . "JJ lyf jj J ff' ' 7 fr- "PQ" Li-76, 'riff flvfggi' f I if , , f, , r 'lf ' f I ,.' 71 . , if ff fl 644' 1.1! f , I , A i011 Q , , may 1 fx -I A f 1 4 1 , . 1' "Z- f ,, . I r L M X, f 9.7 , 1 1 J . , 1 f 5 s .. , I f 2 fl L - I. -' X I 1 f 'frzff ' Q, 4 1 -357,7 I ij TLJT' . 1-:g.'gf7'.- .- Q'2'gf",1' , I ' A -.1 '1 2? ft gil "g??V,5-V SSX. 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The Seniors were invited to hear the incumbent William Whitehurst and candidate issues. Seniors took part in the assembly by organizing a panel to question the candidates. This activity was well enjoyed by the senior class. up F.C. Election Results Carter 3 1 WJ Ford 6996 Bryd 72 W Perper 495 Zumwalt 24? Washington 1695 Whitehurst 84? "QQ vJEM3H NKNHZCHOME CAREFULLY G: 'RHLD FORD J-"'1My CARTER "S X fl 1 l l I 4.1 FC, students get in the campaign spirit. Where's Groucho? ? l J v 4 M ,J 0 There are times, if all the con- ditions are right, when strange things take place. Spirit Week at First Colonial was one of these times. People were suddenly changed into "Unidentified Walking Ob- jectsfl The Sophomores became cartoon characters, and the ju- niors were transformed into little rascals. The Seniors were myste- riously converted into the Marx Brothers. Even F.C.'s teachers were affected by this change - they became famous celebrities. Although F.C. was in a state of chaos for a week, things soon re- turned to normal, but . . . wait until next year! X-N. Richard Hogue isn't afraid ofthe big bad wolf. Hi there, bear! 777' .lk '55 VJ BEAN WIP IIFTIUNW LP' K-'wi What a mouthful!! Paper Shortage? ' N ! 1 4 I ! -Ll Senior spirit in the sky! mass or 77 sans 1m:Lusm! 4 I 53. re- . ,..- :zu lah' 7 ,, -3 f.l?iff" "" c :by el W H. 5 5 'MJ' . A 595 a "':fouu....,,,,' "' 1 sts.'1 .. 951 First Colonial funsters. 1 Ai. - i'e'hfL.sz Beauties down Main Street ,rv '.1i,,4l.al, Ls. 'B 1 54? ?1Q?,m ,QQ fs - Every puadqfh2s,a'sfg212aetQf ' . is ig a r N ' . .,.v 5 Z f. 4: f ' f 4 J, . ' ' 3 Q ' . 4 ' - 1 A 1 f -5.1452 U ,- 'f .. i Q - 1+ ' . i ff Q A ' ' 5 ' h .-,f 'NR 1 au ,I Kwai! M U Y I -Y L ir ' ' ' " V Al l H E I IDEWA ' QLMINIHID iivftimtipissll l 1 Homecoming Day was the climax of a fun-filled and active Spirit Week. The classes were busy stuffing their floats and making many last minute adjustments. The highlight ofthe day was the big Pep Rally. There were many contests including an ice cream contest, three-legged race, wiggle contest and, most important, the spirit count. Competition was tough. The bleachers rocked and rolled with noise. A pleasant surprise ofthe day was the announcement of a parade at the beach. Bob Denver was to be the Grand Marshall. This was the first of its kind at the beach. 5--l? NXIWEJIHIFIIF nm T5 I Y- .Q ,ij . 1 W.. n Paddling to victory. 2 -.'.,,. . 1, 1 Homecoming night held something special for everyone. A very happy Lynn Davison was crowned the 1976 Homecoming Queen. Every class was a winner, too, A trophy was awarded to the Marx Brothers of the Senior class for winning the Spirit Day competition, to the junior class for "Showboat", the winning float, and to the Sophomore class for their noisy participation at the pep rally. First Colonial's film SIZIS. ,S I - I lj JZ! :lf 'iff : 1, fl fi' QV Q ,' f-J I 'A Everyone wins! M' A peek at Disneyland. it 1, - Eff , ',FQ"" Gino ninminmnniigg Jaw F5 69 QWJJWQ -QW' NA JUS., Y' , A QW t 'I L' 4. .,- 'iff' no , I V ,A i .' 10. f ' . ,,, P ,.-, , t .i, Q! 1 X 1 'X MX !K!Zd A0 164 4'--. il 'T ,- WWW WWW 4.-. Q bv QWMW .ay . WMM ,f fi if wg .Z Y 1 6 l This year First Colonial's Thespian club presented the play A Midsummer Nights Dream. After many weeks of practice, the play was performed Decem- ber 3rd and 4th, It was well re- cieved by it's audience. The cast did an excellent job performing this Shakespearian Classic. W Puck, Oberon, and Titana appear on F.C. stage A llMllllllIDSlllllllVlIlllMllllEEllR lINlllIlll?fllHllGllVS llDllRlIE3Q4XlllVlll hi R BACK ROW: Greg Collins, Chad Crowley, Lance Smith, Brian Morris, Leon Smith, john Rogers. FRONT ROW: Terry Brownell,jeff Powell, Lyn Cox, Billy Councill, Andrew Fitz-Randolph, Eric Gibson, Noel Nabors. 1 Theres one in every crowd! The crew helped make the play a success, if-I ' fr C Lightning-bolt Lottman, Bang-em-up Blackburn and Fearless Frizzell chase after a Husslin' Hall. ffl' .M ,. ts,f..,a4cn.as..a , 'f..., , . ... , Once upon a time in the land of FC. Rumor was started of a riot to be Not a riot exactly, but more like a game A big confrontation Powderpuff by name. The Seniors were ready they were gonna be mean The juniors were the toughest chicks I've ever seen! There was gonna be blood there was gonna be gore The cheerleaders shouted and cried out for more. The last ball was hiked and the last cheer cheered The fans were all gone and the locker rooms cleared But one thing remained after the rest The fact that the Seniors still are the Best! -ls, N . G ll x a "I ,-f TOP ROW: Jody Moore, john Simmons, Leon Smith, Barry Charlton, David Carter, Bill Parks, jeff Powell. SECOND ROW: Lee Taylor, Cindy Seymour, Sharon Caraway, Cindy Martin, Katherine Watson, Linda McCraw, Suzanne Moody. BOTTOM ROW: Tamra Brown, jan Osberg, Kathy Muka, Sara Casper, AnnaMarie Smith. PIANIST: Maria Mullen. NOT PICTURE: Art Ermlich, Pamela Knight. 2. lIliIlQ4XlllilllVllllTDlIlQll6llf Maria plays away. The First Colonial Madrigals began their musi- cal season November 11 by singing at Orion's Roof for the Daughters ofthe American Revolu- tion. They followed that with a concert at the Myers House and one at the Thoroughgood I-louse. The Madrigals then held their traditional Christmas Concert for the entire student body. They sang all the favorite Christmas carols. llDllE4l3lIlQ gllllltllllllig lIDflDlDllRS 'Twas the day before vacation When all through the school All 4th bells were busy With pencils and rule They decorated their doors For the judges to see In hopes that they all Winners would be! A Frohliche Weihnachten! -' ' 'ww -vna....,.....-v-n,.,,w... BIG RED MERRY CHRISTMAS 3 1 Their 10-56 is Christmas. Q i l 5 r 2 QEHLQCXQWQWU UI? 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We are confronted with more serious decisions, we worry over our choices, yet we are relieved to have met the responsibility. A new world of opportunities awaits us. Teachers and friends must be left behind. We do not grieve, for we know that as our future may call for separation, the joy and unity we once experienced will remain dear in our hearts. Though the way ahead may often appear cloudy, the Class of '77 Sees the Light. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Vice President Chris Ettel, Secretary Karen Sanchez, Treasurer Sue Bean, President Shawn Cassidy. IENIUIQI '77 IHINE UN AND UN 000000000000OOOOOOOOICIOOOOOIOIIIOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ...OO.QIOOOOOIOIOOOCOOOOQOCOOOOIOOCIIOOOOCOOOOOCIQO QQ!!222222222222222222222222!!!222222!2!!!22!222' ' .... ...... any Oc. 050 no ILIIQEIHW lllllilllllllllllllllOIOIIOOOIOCOCCClllllll Tracy Acela janey Ackerman AUVN f 7 EP! - 0000 ul Elisa A. Agnew Paulette Albritton Tyrone Albritton William E. Alexander 1Q I ""'v--.N Katie Allen George S. Amsler Andrea L. Andersen I Virginia M. Anderson Q9f'2S333333ZZ33Z8SSZSSZZZZZSSZZZZZSZZSSZSZ ""' " SQCOCOOOCOOOC0000000000000000llCClOlOlOlOa:a:::::S3g oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo '.'.......'..'.ff..0..........'.Q..'...'...'..... x I . a. -'hx ' . .1 xx J v Susan A. Armstrong Julia R. Artrip Gary L. Ashbury Cynthia L. Bali-31' Rings and things for Class of '77 Seniors Richard D. Baines William L. Ballard Peter W. Bankowski Kevin C. Barnard fha Bruce Leigh Barnes V 71" Q A. 'Qt 9 T 1' ff -f Pamela A. Barnes Karen Barnhart t P 4 Rita Angelene Barraco ' 1 Tv, L..- G , xx , After hours at school Susan G. Bean Rene Beasley QOUIOIOIQIOOIQOOQOQCOQQQCCQQQOIOOOCOICIQIOICOOOOC segiilillliiOOOl000000OlOOIOOOIOOOIIOOOOIOOOOOOOOOO Oto ... Q00- I 855525 IE loommnnnrllillis 000 OOOIO00000000000OOOOO0OOIOOOOOIOOOOOOOOOOOIOOOOOO 00000.00000.0000000lllllllllllllliillllllll .oo Hunter Anne Bell Kevin G. BengelB XX H , K F- , I , Cynthia R. Bennett Susan C. Bennett Sandra D. Berry . Thomas L. Berry 000000ouooocoosoooolonooauooououoooouucoc .-.Q.....-..-n.-...u.....-.-.-...u----.-. 000000 -...un oo IDMFIIQIIUIA 0-wvtfflins lead Sara E. Beveridge joy T. Billups Terrance L. Bishop Katherine A. Blackburn 1-. Mary E. Blackwelder Debbie Bloom Jody A. Blum Yvonne D. Blum vs. . , . L 'fx 1 W Theresa K. Bonelli Kimberly Ann Booker Dawn M. Booterbaugh jeffrey D. Bowden 38 .EN J :es " QS ,,l . S--, 'U-5.--, if N.-L l,r"N Susan Scott Bracher Lisa C. Bracken Elizabeth Anne Brady Cymathia A. Brigman 01 Mary Katherine Brinkley 43 :ffl Shirley A. Brinson Denise Y. Bristow i', I ' xv 1 TNI' Barbara j. Brown I I . fkf john R. Brooks l fi .-sv A ' 1 I David Lee Brown Hx David Cavitt antl Ron Zollicoffer observe football practice, Clarence E, Bryan Lee Ann Bryant v-LJ. Girls achieve traditional win rniowlnuflnlbnulrnr i Wil 1131001125 Virginia H. Buchanan Cynthia Kay Burnette mr Kal Deborah A. Burt Jennifer L. Bybee aa? vi-xg. Tim D. Cage Pam F. Cahoon Thomas A. Cake Paula A. Caldwell 40 Ernest G. Campbell Ted P. Campbell 1 -.W E? T0 think we were Once Junigrsl Sl'l21fOU Caraway Cardwell Yi Marian C. Carlisle Winston W. Carlyle Richard L. Carney Donna S. Carroll if x X David R. Carter Ira W. Carter Tom N. Cartwright Shawn G. Cassidy ,li M. .4 4 1 ma ' .L W 1 Christopher E. Caron David B. Cavitt Leslie R. Cehrs Sarah Willow Ceteras 3 V osqsolsonoooo .-.-QQ...-.....a.a.....-.v.-.......-.-...--..-nu.. 2 S 00 OQQ 00' 000 000 00. noi' .....................-..... .... ..... ...... ....,,,, ' Q 00 00000000000 00000 0 g 42 Anna M. Christie Laurie E. Cole Suzanne F Compnello Andy J Conlon Wh.. l 1 . Gina S. Connor Ray Coons AQ X Christina Copeland ,- A 4? 1 3 Betsy D. Cotton Chris S. Coulsting William R. Councill E . 1 Y i WX X' L f i I 4 f",, - pf" . i4f"lf'-'aka Marquetta L. Cornick , 'ax-f .f . 3 , "' . 'la lx l 'Q ,Q 'sf X llen M Couplancl ,,.,.-...M-mx. ., ,.--vqi!'3,f,' 9 - wx' Doug E. Cratch Sharon Kay Cratch IN f GF3-Ce Cfeffl ,lOClY T- CfOSSWhlfC Reviews for tests come between classes Wg 4 "N x fs? u 'Qu-'-1. Z It If O do Chad S. Crowley Shirley C. Crumble Spirit Day fun with curls, horns, and plastic noses. Francis E, Daly Sha!-Og A, Daughtfy 'V' 'ft - x 0,-Cl 5 vhsn .Q-:L S. 1 Dana R. Darden Catherine L. Davis Craig M. Davis Larry Davis IEDTEMIBEID FUN - NEIDTUNE FEITIVAL OOIOOIOUOOOOOOOOOCOCOOOIOOOOOOOIOCIOOOOOOIO anno onsooocnonoosooooacasocoooaouou .-.e ..--.........-...e--...-.-.-... IDANCIINE IIN WFIHIE SWIIIQIEIEWF S Lynn A. Davison Mark Alan Davison Thomas E. Delong Mere Des Reehes Terrf Lynne Dickens D William R. Dickey in ai' NXQ Sabrina Aurelia Di8g5 Diana-I. Dize Jon Dobbs Lynn C. Dollenmeyer O01 ... ...................-................. O 00 ol Ol Ol 000 OO Ol OO 000 OOO 000 ll 00 OO oil OOO OO ol Ol 9 O C I O O O O C00000000OO00000OOOOOOOOOOOOIOIOIOOOO000000000000 CCI.0000llilllllllllllillllllllllllllllllll fr 5 N f' f 4 ff ' "' 3 ,f Vg K. Lynne Dorrnire Tammy A. Dough Rl ,ist ,, , YQ-x - ' ,- 1. . .X , The Dynamic Duo - Carlton Gravatt and David jackson. Richard H. Doummar Sheila M. Dover Robert G DOWHlHg FIHCQUCIIHC Dozler Robert L Dozier Robert R. Drake xstyfx f Leslee Diann Drennan George E. Drinko Donna M. Dufault Caron -I. Duff Mary Dwyer Carol E. Echols slmnlfoln ulix+l:lE1LlL1EN1l3lli 'FJ' --iq C ,i A g.l0u ,A.' U , . it yeah ' EH' Oln- I . . . . . . ' ..... . . . . . . . . Wm. F. Edwards Randy J. Eichner X XM inn- .5 jeffj. Engleharr Greg S. Erhardr Kevin J. Ermen Chris j. Ertel o. ......-.Q-.ov-on---Q....-...---.-.......... .. Q .., . . .. . . . ...... ... ...... . .. .. FM' Xu Q 1 .O flllfllf ..l...........'.. .............'...... Q ', on oaoouoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooaoooooo . O0000000IOlOOOOOOOOOIOOIIOOOOIOIOOOOOOOOOI0000000 Haj' -I ........'.'."................'.......'.......... " " 5' ......0'.'.'."'...'..."..'.......'....... T"Shil'tS il SUCCESS OOOOOOOCOOIOOOOOOOOOO000000OOOCOOOCOOOOOIOIOOOI 0000000OICCOOOCIOCOOIOIOOOCIOOOOOOICOOCOOOOOQOOO 0ooo:soooouoooeo0ooooooone0oooooooooooooooooooooolo on oooooccooeovososocoasssuaooaqsosococuooooosooooo .. .... .. ..... ...... ....... ..... ..... ...... ........ Ole. AMIDAII-EN mrfoln IFIUNI A 11222 ...-.....-...-.- ....-.....-.-.... -..... O CIOIOIUUOOOOOI OOIIQOIOIOOOIIOOC GUCCI .O ICOQOCOOIOICOI OQCIOIOOIOIIIIOCI OlO'. oo oooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooo ooooo IllIIIOOOCOOOOOOOIOOOOOIOOOOOCI O'llOI00000OOO.llOIllOCOIIIIOOOOIOOOIOIOIOC gAE . ly ,J uw, Q X lx 'Hx M 2 Q S Fl enne I S 4, v 5 QXWQWQZM ' SS c 4.91 u I i. . A - - I, in u " lf- .. 1, A i 'n v Q X Mary jennifer Forbes P. Forbes Keith Ford 'ii ali". Q-if ' Kelly R. FO1'Cl Martha A0116 FOSECI' i Leslie Glascock and Lynda Spring rake a break between classes Denise M. Franz .i X,-.xgiiiw '.f 5 ' ,S -ay. I .W 5 5:2 I ' x 1 X X , M .Q Mt N P' , 1 ...X ay.. -5. ii I 5' f A A' YR P ' ' ,gf S flln M James A. Freeman jane Carol Frizzel Todd A. Furniss jerry Day Gardener A ww. -Bl X lf .A X. kewl Warnell I-I. Garrett Sarah S. Gaspar Deborah A. Garlin A Troy H. George, III LIIEHTI, CAMERA, ACTIUN QIOOOOOOCOCOCOOCUIIIQIOOOOIOOCCOOOCIOIOOOIOC' UOff...IOCll...OCIOOIOIOQOIIOOIOUOCOOCO Ill. ooonoooasoouoooouoooooucoooonooconooone coco ..........-.......-.................... .-.. 0000 ll-1 'lDMtlli1DUMiIIN'E IFIESTFIIWIIWIIIIES O00000000000000OOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0000000000 William C. Gibbs, jr. Mark Gilbert IH joy L. Gillio Elizabeth Arm Giuffre Leslie C. Glascock Bruce M. Glaves jan Godfrey Garland L. Godfrey, jr. Lynne Godfrey Kimberly A. Goggin 50 f. F , FQ . Lance Gonzalez Cynthia A. Goulart .4 Supervisor Chris Ettel considers napkin stuffing a woman's job. Milton L. Gregory Paul T. Gregory so Fling J r 'ire al. 13317 ' Yffi. . rf ' vt .W ., it N 0 ' bk if 9 ii-11 X e n...... i I 'ki' :af , N, 17 fl. 4, 5' I 'L f 1' D L lr Mever L. Griffin Sharon V. Grimstead Mike L. Gunn Barbara A. Hackett stuffs Hlifigntigone fluffs. U ' 'sv 'VN ig-ir, Shirley Elizabeth Hadley Christopher Hairston ,J " as ff ANTfII1CIIIDAWflI1DN .. . I.IQOQOlOlIOIOIUIUCOQUIOIIIIOCOUUOCIOQICIQUOCUIU: 0 oooooooooosooo000oo000ooooooolooooooooooooooooooo OOOOIOOOOOIOOOOO0.00COlCO...CCOOOUIIOIOCIOCCIIOOOQI 00000000000000000000000000IOIIOIOIIOOOOOCOOOOOOOO 52 Charles A. Hand Carol A. Hanclrahan .-.n..--...Q-..-.-...-.-.........-...-...n.-.- OIC'OlllllfllllllllfllllOlllflfllllllllllll Cathy Day Handforcl M. Scott Hanigan ' 03 ' 'ff y 5 fir. ., if fa Ib 4'-fx Tv F MT A' A A , xx . fin, .4-,..., ,.. 1 Barbara Ann Hanley Andrew D. Harmoncl john Burt Harrison Lewellen T. Harrison F y Ms Linda Harrop Lisa B. Harryman U-f K rf 1 Liz Guiffre plans for the future at College Night. Bobby E. Hartman ROlDlf1 R. l'l3.I'WCll 1 XX ...nn-f' Debra Lynn Hatchell Q'--1 1 AX, ...ink Charles D Hawklns Kenneth S Hayden Yv dl' ln , en Gertrude Haynes Mary Elfreth Hays Sharon A. Henderson Albert G. Henry AEM? H Robert P. Heroux Katherine A. Hesse Timothy Paul Hiteshew jerrell A. Hoggard if 's .fe . 4 'E' is ., 4-a KCVID K. Holbert James R. Holland 19 Z' ' N . Seniors go wild ag Spirit plane flies by, Langley Tayloe Holland Kay C. Hollanclsworth Trlbllhy Captured by SISNIUIQS OOOOlllllOIOIIOOIIOOOOOOIOOOIOOOOOOIOOOOOOO lllllflllfffO.QQIOQOQCOOOOOOOOOOOCIIOOIOIOOOCOOOO 00000000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOoooooooooosoooooo0000 OOIOOOCOOOOOIOCOOOOCOOIOIIOIOIOOOIOIOOOIIOOOOOOOOOO 00.0000CISOOOIOIIOIIIOOCIOOOOOODOIIOUOIODOOCOOOICO! .................................... ..... .... . .... . QQQQ. -solj Qlou- --oo0Q ..lOoa -ai... lo SIDIIIDIIWI Mfllillflli 'Coon --no Q Qjoo.. --000' ..Q0o- ' -coil' :::::1 WlI'Clf'UllQy 1::::: iz, ,Jae 22:11 22222: l ll On... ---000 QQ... --oo0Q ?S'!':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'5':'f 333333333333333333333333333333333333333338333333333 0.00IQOOOIOIOIQCOIOIOUIIICOQOQIOOOOOOIICQO000000. OllOIOIIOOUOIIOOIOCCCIIOOIIICCOICIOCIOO'CIO Delphine E. Holloway Tammy L. Hudgins Robert C. Hudson Wayne D. Hudson Mary Elizabeth Huerta Craig L Hughes 9 ' r ' J I I I Ai F Sarah Archer Hulvey Broderick Humes Decarlo Humes Angela D. Hutcherson N lt- X V ' . aa sg S . " tl l X , x .' if ' "la, 34 1 Q X , 5 t ,s Q r I. - H1 .2 David W. Hutchins William J. I-Iydar Sidney E. Hyman Damita J. Jackson U v I David P. jackson ,Al ff? cques jay Underwoods future as a politician starts in government class. Elizabeth H. Jennings Andrew D. Jett if r ,.. C L I ' tl --Q.. Ann E. johnson Brenda G. johnson james I. johnson Carol I.. johnson fi Larry johnson Malachi johnson llIOllCQIllllllllllllllflllllllllllllllllfl ooo oo ooooo oo o oooo 0000...IOCIOCOIOQOCCOOOUOOCOCIOOOOCOIOOCQOIOOCIO CIOOOOIOOOOOOOICOCIIOOOOOOIOOIOOOOICOIIOOOOUIIIO oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ..--...-.-...-.-...f.f.-.................-...-.- OIIIIIIOOOIOO OIOIOOOOUOCOOOUOOCIOIOOIOOICIOOO OIUOCOIOOOOOO 00000000OOOOOIOOOOOIOOIOCOOOCOOO oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 00.0.0.0COOOIOCOIOOOOCCOI I Q ooooooooooo0ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Pam G johnson Andreas jones - f' S' David W. jones Emilie B. jones Marc C. jones Alvin L. jordan SIENIIIDIDS M15 :Er Ili fl3lHAx1LlLlEN-elf vi IDIIQIE Mxulats Bunny 0 Joyner Kalan L Kahler Christine W. Kamrad Mark A. Karn Q-n 515 Craig A Kauber Karla L Keating Kathy J. Kellam M. Dianne Kenned in .SQ Carletonj King Christopher S. King Walter Leon Kinsey, II David P. Kirby gy' jeff L. Kirk JoAnne Elizabeth Kist Elizabeth A. Knaus Marianne Frances Krueger I Q l V i' fgiii-a 'l , H if 5 X vwitasii I i a xy .R 'f ' ' ff 7,4 , 'NWN 1 ,ws Cheryl Ann Lacks jimmy F. Lamore Robert J. Lang Serree Lynn Lanum ,hr we r 2 55 . :A ,.-..g,.4m r Q 5 ' f -,ffng fi ' Q , f Ai 2 I . , ' ig, , P K 'Du ' ,K ' ,fs I- M V , V Q 2,21 T fi ,A M5 X-"1-,.'H5p,i,slg.' 4- xx ' W lyk fig, r E, -if YY X -i--fx'-S-gg, juli P. Laurance Terri K. Lavenstein , Z, J 0 S5 Vif1C6flt Leak Lisa L6SSaI'Cl Proud to be Seniors! S rs- if! MAIQX IBIDIDTHEIQI-IIDIIQIT DAY 0000000000000000000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 00000000000000000000soooolototooooooooooooloolooo 0 OOCOUIOIIOICOOOOIDOODCIOOOOOOOIUOIIOOOOCDOOOU .. ......... .... ................................ N'DSTfAIL1l3IIA Mr Fic , Fmvzi-Llp L, C LL H Cecilia Lewis jennifer E. Lindblad Diane R. Lindsey jeffrey S. Lodge X, . , 4.- 1 if fs.. L 'S-" x : : Q , w K xt 14" ' xx 4 'r XX' X' . flil Y Y Y g I 5 Nancy P. Lottman Frederic N. Luhring Debra C. Lukei Alan W. Mahanes ao -,XX jo Anne Marcrum Douglas I-I Marshall Leslxe W Marshall -x g ff ,M-' Cindy L. Martin Kathy Brmkley and Craig McManus ho o ' , 'K I WN ,,,,.'H 62 oceanssoousooooooooa0n0soooo0nooooaaooso0o0a 0 ......-.....-...n.-.......-.-.....---....... . Q.. .Oo- .1- R. Craig McManus Karen McNaught llOlllillilllilllfllilllllillilllllllllllil IFIUWIIIJIIQIE nliw-Uowuwwrnfnms N 225553 V9 I lllllllllllllllll.lllfllllllllllllllllllllf Willhemina McPherson Grifj. McRee David Meadows Diane G. Meeks Stephen R. Meenan Allen W. Mellott leaf JF athew W Merriman jean Metz Manya M Meyer Pere Meyers I il X Q a Q qi' -A I L? i 'A . ,'a4,e2' X ,sg 71 K. Wh 7 il .0-"M" l - 'J Q l L ' 'I ', W V fzwlyn i W ' E 6 "J'f' !f'f' M ' Charles J. Miller Robin Lynn Miller Sherry D. Miller john E. Mills 459' '-if 7 W- Vanessa M. Mires David J. Mitchell Bernard S. Monroe Betsy Marie Montgomery current events. Q l ia- Suzanne L. Moody xx rl 1, 1' ,M , ' Arvin Moore David W. Moore Traci C. Moore Iris Morgan 31,-' zu," ' svxllv - , -v-- - Sam Brigman N -Q '. 's,.gq,,'3 . '- WL' K M Q R. K Q. .ix-K? Xf ----W-.A-.F Kg? fir' .Ykfiu 5-5 ' 'N .ji7-WIFIXX, 1 X-'fit' vs -l', ' ' A --A+'-:aes -S jane Morgan Vincent C. Morgan ,Q T 3- ,.,oP' Annette Morris Kevin B. Morris ' I ' ii' . Q'i'i - ' x rj S N 3:3 G" A gl ' A L 1.4 BE TIQUE T0 YUUIQ SCHUUL gon.. Stephanie A. Morris Robert K. Morse IOOOOOOOOOOOIOOOOOOOIOOOOOOIIIOOOOOOOOOIOCOO osseconolsolocoloonoanouoaooooaoooooaoooaooo Q .-so...-.-..--qu--fn-Q...-.. Swmln D'UWf'l2 If Illlll0OIIIIOIOOIIOOOOIIOIOOOOCOOIOOOUOOOOIIOOO 00 OOOOOIIICIOCOCIOCOOO0000IOOIOOOODOIOOOOUOIOOOII 0000000000II0000000000O0000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Stanford W. Morse Cynthia Lynn Moss jean A. Mullaney Patricia Ann Mullen Wanda Maria Mullen Dawn M. Mundy Karen Lynne Myers Liza Nash I L .54 ls I Cl N' gmail A P t X Patricia A. Navarre Anticipating a tough physics test, jon Tim Sayers are well prepared. 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Pagano imes H Pank1ew1cz Cynth1a M. Parker john S. Parker Lisa L. Parker Gr ice E Patterson Andy Paul Susan T. Pender Jennifer E. Pendergraft GLN. Q- 'A vs 4-az: N L..- .I fn ii. Mary Beth Penner Andrew Dwight Penny Robert S. Perkins Norman Perry X X li' Robin E. Petretto Lynnerte B. Philpot Steve L. Pinner Judith M. Pirko gli! f' I 315 A'v is in if N A ll HW ll If jg 459 I3 it if 853 are in ng ta William Pontes Cathy L. Potter Jeff B. Powell Ryan H, Pgwell Say the magic wortl antl you win a million dollars. Washington and Whitehurst visit FAQ. -GQUMEIIQ NMIENWI IIN ANClfIl'UN' Melanie G. Pownall Twila L. Pownall C5 .2 1w'X sf- i xx., 'X . 1 xx- fy X , . V , I Cindy R. Price Patricia E. Price Edward Rack Deborah M. Ramsey vo , v . 1 4' ,. . ,V - I H . ' . jitf -..Eb G. Pyle Wendy L. Quigley 3 Milissaj. Reeks Tyce L. Regan L. Q'- H'iu. ' ' XXL x Pamela -I. Reiber Charles E. Reichhoff Kathy G. Reise David Reynolds Dale P. Rhines james C. Rice 'f?f,N Delegate Bob Washington states his stand on the issues. Sl1al'O1'l K. Richlie Wilbur L. Riddick 2. x xl ' iA"- Linda L. Riley Bill L. Rippel Berkley L. Rish Marcie D. Roberge MIEMUIDIIIES ,AXIDIE IFUIIQIEWIEIIQ oooooooooooocounceoouooooooooocooooouoo000000 on 00000000000000000.0000 0 .0000 0 0. 0000000000000000000000000000.0000000.000000000000 000000000000000000000000.0.000...0000000000 72 Bonnie S. Robertson Cynthia A. Robeson ...-.-..........ou...-.n.n.--Q.-...-.... .Q oooooouoanoo0canoooooooocosooionoooinnuo or 0 000000 00 00000000 0 Lisa Robinson Patrick W. Robinson Mb' av-...,,, Susan R. Rockwell John C. Rogers Catherine M. Rookus Tom B. Rothrauff X I vw 4. A o . -A-1 - LN 4+ P lf. , V A 1 :N-.L - :. Carol A. Roughley Juliette Rouse , fx ' P 4- 52' f S 4 X ...S A V r-. 'X ,A N .Y A ' 0 3 33:4 N. -1 ' at Sinai SaCd3.1af1 Scott D. Sallafld Claude Owens: your basic hamburger and french fries man. ,oi is Y2,f L4 ami cy ' , V33 S5255 ' ' 44,2 ' '-Y2:fr":,z I, 1 Jeannie Salomone Karen A. Sanchez Lisa L. Saprito Mary Lisa Saunders w- Ax tr r .ak a ? Antigoni A. Savvides Annette M. Sawyer Steven D. Sawyer Tim Lee Sayers 1-1- i ,J i ii .. 1 5 iii R f r-"' f'?" r' Tina Schlossman x S L- 4,4 ' A I. .A ' ' 'va'-sl-J"-.,. L I 1 Q. ,,, ' M., 4' Senior spirit at its best! Tammy A. Scott john H. Sesler Michael E. Settles Deborah F. Shaffer Linda A. Shaw SENICIQS UUTSHINE UNDEIQCLASS SDIIQIT OOO ooo .ns sig. 'UNWIEID W ' SV Nl Linda Diana Short Regina Kathryn Shukis 00000000IIIOCQOQOIOOOlit!!!OIIOOOIOIICOOOOOOIICIO3 000000000000000O00000O0000000OOOOOIOOOOOOCOIOOIOO O X., ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0 - 0000000000000000OOOOIOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0000000000000 v C'- b , 'I . . . 1 john M. Simmons Robert S. Simon julia A. Simpson J X , "A g . X D. Sipler If I 'N Xia I X , N5 ,JJ Tore E. Skeppstrom Debbie -I. Slaughenhaupt james R. Small Ben Smith . ri 7-- tff-ss Brenda L. Smith No spoons this time for Mark Davison and Karen Myers. Darlene M. Smith vii sf' ' V' 18 -ggn . .ali Harry R. Smith Kevin B. Smith Mary A. Smith Nathaniel L. Smith .Q ,N Robert R. Smith Susan M. Smith Janis Luann Sneddon Cheryl A. Snowden Cindy S. Seymour Karen M. Snyder Darlene Spellman IUWDIIQ ll 531333333353532333833333232ZSZZZSZSSZZZZZSZZZSS 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Tomeicial Spellman David Bryan Spradlin M :Y Lynda Kay Spring jennifer L. Stanley jenniferj. Stone Keflflefh 5fOfbC'Ck 1 N james W. Strange C 0 O 0 C C O O 2 Y T 2 T T 2 2 .Ooo- 'OOOI' ...Ou 'Oin- "lin .Coon- .lion .fion- ...Oo- Qllu. .OO .....-.-.........-.e...u.....-. ooooooooeoocoounoooooooocsooooaoooaocooosoo ...-.-...-...--fn...-.-....-............... IDIEN NW IFUIIQ WUIUIIQ lfll-1'UlU'GlHlfA 0 0 is Michael Lee Strawhand Margy G. Tarver Denise B. Taylor . Q 'fs L..- joseph D. Taylor Jud: j. Taylor Lee E. Taylor '- X '11-'S ',- any: ,.. 5, 'A ,- F 1- ' ' ' G L3 Annu Lhrxsue works wxrh Miss Cox on rough math Russell Daqfggn Taylor Teresa A. Taylor Egfhgf TC-bele problems, 4,3-. ,X jill C. Terry Annette M. Terveer 'JK is--..., John C. Thorne Karen Renee Tgwngend Angie Hutcherson organizes notes for English. 39 Y X Q1 1 if ll Y A it 1' 1 'if' ll ' 5 Dan Triscritti joseph H. Trost Steven P. Tuck Robin A. Turner l George S. Twiddy jay L. Underwood Katherine K. Underwood Shelly L. Vaden l AIDIDLICATIDNS IN! IDECISIDNS AW ITED OODCICOOIOCUOOOIOCIUIIOO Doo.. -'o flsluaxlnlumruliow M M sir 80 Vickie L. Vaughan .IoAnna Via P ,1 'R - 4 Q S431 A Margaret A. Vollrath Jack S. Waddington Frank S. Wade Lawrence B. Wales 1 wi' 2 UN 5-. is , V M .5 if 'A ' ' - J IJ A EJ Ri 1 i- 'sf L ' .h S I, 'Af rf.. .h --1.3 fre ,1 4 ' V ' X L k +9151 'N I Q.-.1-5--1 'Q . bs- xr' A fa Skip B. Vifalker Sharon A. Waltman Ashley E. Wardrup Laurie E. Watkins IS Leslie Marshall takes time our no flash a smile. Katherine G. Watson Raymond A. Warts 1- 2 .nv W Y -+11 Randall S. Waynick Rob Wenning Beverl M. Wermers Tommy A. West Gayle M. Wetmore M 1 Rh: l Richard White junita E. Williams Virginia E. Williams -:J V YYY ' 'Y' 'I- Q , .si ta. '. , 'f f ,. 'J -3355 I . 5. 7415. 1, wi? 1 V .X g li 5-44 '11 'Pix i , N 1"i"'L s ,z,L,:.... julie Marie Withers Maggie Woodsmall james 1. Woroneski Lawson Worrell, IV changing s13enes,new hornzons f' 'H WfII'IlE MAY AIHIEAIID 'Nm 'ful 'Ur-v X J N 1' im' f 4 ,t rj I -f Q 1.1 X""2"'Xi ff 'S .1 ? ,.- 'tl ff Qi?-555 Q49-1 Q- " ' ,I 4 auf .0 ,,,.a1',f-'I"' Y, lr. 9, ., WV' 'y ' ,Lanvy 3 not -Avg, "' 1 ., W.- ..... , JN' U W. A7-N Q1 on , . J Quo ,- www. Q-. ' -- .Q ...f.. , -- ,Z .ag r mg M ' v 5: if sl-4 ' CLASS 1-cmcfs -- ' - - rrc' T Sir Y! Saw ' v ,A F " - A. ' -.. a,.,.- .Ay 'fQQff k9fh x L. 3 x 0 L 'I ' l .' , -" .xv .1-"-i, , I . i - 'C' 'L' . ' " ,' n ,. up-I xxw' ' A .Nr Y Q ' - ' x- -" 4' 1 -. flyfr .fy ,' V1 N-'pr ' ' Y.Xs',i f: A , e if-nxX. . , Q. Q. , V .Q ,N . Iyar- - p . Z.. I lg. i 'x, 1 " -fx 'gm A A 'fi' ', 'Sr' In .1 xx. Is . ' 'v', 'fygx "4 px 'x 1 a X . f-x YQA' 5 a- . s- 4, F QU! W-. ' K tg Q- 2 1 . N t -bfi' .V N ix 3 x-X W if ' Vi I n -f 'Ti is U ' ' t A , W ii' 'Q,, WJb'. 4f.!g'x .5 1 ' 11:51 'I ' W H1 V x' ' M Z:-H ' "5 'Q , . 1 I I ' K. 4 . 1 x , N. NK- Q K N , , y, 7' X, 1 A ' :, x y , A-. . , xt Q 1 F ,ff x ' Mx" "ff "lit V5 h4.sX9" ti .Ji , xx X 1 , E Yu if ' 3K s ' 4. F:- u,v 4 S! HA Bi .717 'V 9 S. L jr' F , " 1--l .. - .V A, , -.4 rr., f,,,,f-4 . -.,-, ... . .,, Y 4.41- ' ., 5.11 4 fe-J," '-" -1 M..----..,g'.1.ug , ..T:L:1-,gg I 'I .. T? -' 'f-q,g, ,Y ,A-.,. . l- . . 7 ,1. .f -1: - , fgg..1fc4 - .. vw 5:1 2.5249 -.2--' fel- -'aflfrijj ,J .'-f4oLii."1'!Z',- 5' 'T-:?7"f1 .,5.-1-n....:g - ,Jn-r 1:3-'5T.40.,7' ..:'.a,..,4 4277?-s - '-""f--v-x:rj. ..,,:.c.-Y. ,3- 1:--,-xrrzti E f -.-.-.wo . -..f .4V.... ..-.....,.-,J . - The juniors started their second year at First Colonial with a small treasury, a number of well-defined goals, and much enthusiasm. Weeks of hard work culminated in a victory for the junior Homecoming float. The juniors received their long-awaited class rings in a ring assembly. Money for the junior Prom was raised through a large-scale paper drive, dances after the Powderpuff and last football games, and a pen sale. Each member of the class contributed to a successful year. Duke Addison jim Ailstock Dee Akright Mike Albertson Stacey Albritton Laurie Allala Chuck Allen Denise Allen O 1 , li. Greg Allen Tyndall Alligood Laurie Allison Beth Allsopp Dianne Anderson Robbie Anderson Greg Andrassy Rick Anello Wally Ansell Doug Arman :V Teri Armstrong Teresa Artrip jim Ashworth : , ,-. . Dina Aubel - Dave Aucoin Toni Bailes , -, , ,P 1, .. . ,..w.' .W ar Q Dena Bailey Marietta Bailey Margie Bain Ridgely Balderson Eddie Barry Gaye Batten Paul Baxter Brian Bean I fr RO IA A. -- If ,- . :fM""""" mwvw qri' 5 M. uc junior class officers: Norvell Coston, Treasurerg Patti Stevenson, Secretaryg Annamarie Smith, Vice Presidentg Pat Nayak, President. 4 4 f- as X xi 'X ? Makes TWUWQ GEEQJEQDGA -'QW i:,,.5 ,,,, 'Wi 1, .J ., A +I' 4X A, .. , I wa, , , r, T' 0 ,,r-L l 1 X1 l l T S yr Xi 't 1 W :L I ' ,4 I x C .l .K Teresa Belbusti Mark Bennardo Adele Berny Mark Bersing Karen Best Cindy Beveridge Clyde Blackwell Barbara Boesch Wynn Bone Tom Bonelli Cathy Bonner Frank Booker Laura Booth Amy Boyd Les Bradshaw Nancy Braithwaite Frances Branch Melissa Branch Ken Braswell jerry Breast john Brewington Billy Bristol Nina Brooks Elaine Bross Buddy Brown Doug Brown Gloria Brown Richard Brown Tamra Brown Yvonne Brown Terry Brownell Cindy Bryan Beverly Buchert jan Buck june Buckner Mary Buckner Lenny Burns Steve Burrus Allyson Butler Greg Butler Cindi Cain Bob Camp Kyle Carey Greg Carlson Cathy Carter Sam Carver Sheilah Cason Scott Casone underclass - 8 ' Seth Ceteras Rich Chamberlain Richard Chasse Theresa Cherry Linda Chesnut jeff Childress Anne Clark Mike Clough Pat Coffey Beth Cole Laura Cole Greg Collins Patty Collins Pat Conner Bill Cook Chris Cooley Mark Cooley Blair Cooper jacki Cooper Phyllis Cooper Billy Corbitt Kim Cordle Cathalene Cornick Norman Cote Lee Craddock Herbert Crawford Barry Creekmore Joe Crell Barbara Creta Joe Crispen Carolyn Cross Clay Culbreth Mark Cumby Pauline Cutchins Bert Dail Nerissa Dail Barbara Darden Paul Darden Becky Davis Brian Davis juniors show terrific spirit in support of their class S8 TXT JUNUQF3 HHH , N LN 1 " A - If f i e sie Vincent Davis Geri DeLong Bill Dempsey Michelle Desrochers Leslie Dickson Denise Diederich Kerry Dingwall Joni Dininger Marc Dixon Susan Dixon Joanne Dodd Mark Dolson Richard Donovan Chris Dorval jeffrey Dotson Randy Drennan Ron Dryden john Dufault Debbie Dunn Ricky Dunn Donna Eaton Bobby Edwards Steve Ehrhardt Marie Engel Nancy Erhard Artie Ermlich Angie Esheiman Yiltllianl Etheridge Tracey Eulianlx un-zerclass - Mary Evans Steve Evans Debbie Ewing Cliff Falkner Lyn Fancher E.-I. Farrar Shelby Farrish Michael Felton Steve Fernheimer Lisa Fields Tim Finn Robin Fisher Terrence Fisher Kathy Fitzpatrick joey Fontenot Carrie Foote Franando Forbes Margo Forbes Randy Forbes Mary Foster Charles Freeman james Freeman Lynne Freeman jon Frizzell Selena Gaddy 90 Linda Fichter DETERMUNATUQN 5 ,K -sslv E' , F . if '37 if Concentration shows in the face of Seth Ceteras F 'fer 1 X, J, , ha. Kathy Gaines David Garris jane Gatlin Liz Gault Denise Gavora Joyce Gay Mike George Ruth George Laura Gibowski Eric Gibson Tom Gilliland Mike Gleason Keith Gosnell Sherri Graves Laura Gray Kim Green Al Gregg Lisa Gregory Roy Gregory Albert Grimes Debby Groceman Blair Groh Linda Gualeni Keith Gurley jeff Hakim Laura Hall Marshall Hall Penny Hall Susie Hall Franky Harmon Susan Harp Pat Harris Mark Harrop Tim Hart Skip Harwood Ambler Hatchert Wayne Haymaker Pearl Haynes jay Headley Peter Headley uiitlerclns - fl Geneen Hentz jay Hertz Steven Hesse Celine Hiatt Leah Hicks Kathy Higgins Gail Hill Lori Hodge Bill Hodkins Chris Hoebeke Dave Hoffner Matt Hogendobler Rob Holcomb Robert Holland Beth Holloway Pam Hollweg Kim Howard PJ. Howard Jody Howlin jill Hrysltanich Brian Hudson Cindy Hughes Linwood Hughes Steve Hughes William Hughes Donna Hull Tina Hyatt Beth Irby Lynn Ironmonger Colette Ives Allison jackson Steve jackson Tim jackson Brenda jacques Bill jefferson Ken jeziorski Tony Jimenez Andre johns Gary Johnson Gary johnson Paula Johnson 92 ff 1:5 The Tllwlll L 7' I r 'W , za Ft in N - Z, 'S t D I 1' 'lpn , lv , "1" ' tfswx V- 5-L' l t a 7.1. NA? ,. Q Cheerleader Brenda jacques sails to victory in top pi . M A 'Ll style for the juniors. 01? UQEQLF r 1 ki t A Q gf I A 'yi N. X-. , n H Q, ..-L rt. , ,L A . x ' Q X v I x i YJ A - li Bill jones Inez jones Shea jones Celia jordan jackie Joyner Teresa Karnitschnig Scott Kellam Donna Kelly Kimie Kent Bill Kiley Bobby Kittrell jon Kleinrop Lorraine Knapp Heather Krantz Nick Kyrus Wesley Laine Doretha Lamb Neale Lancl Steve Lanning Al Large Roger Larson Allen Lashbrook Debbie Lauro Sue Lawrence underclas Chris Lawson Leon Lawson Tommy Lee Stephanus Lee Debbie Lehmann Neil Leibowitz Steve Letourneau David Lewis Ron Lilley Joan Link Beth Lodge George Loizou Matt Loney Sandy Long Pat Longley Ellen Love Ginger Lovering Bart Lyons Lori MacDonald john Majewski David Malbon jan Mallison Jay Mapp Corky Mara jeff Markman Dale Martin Robert Martin Robert Martin Freddie Mason Kim Mason Nancy Massa Tommy Masters 94 You Mille ez eell 's X T, X 1 fi 1 Xu--' - V " 1 X1 X yi XXX f l ' X 5 X Qi Little Rascals jane Potter, Beth Watkins, and Annamarte Smith stop to talk before class QQ 1 1 Q ' T f, sl C ' v X ' X Cc Qc in all S Xl ,X I I , if N Q, 'Q lil' X V qu' TFNV ' Fgggig- L I I xxx Q, I I ' "' Ai "" 5 5 Qi: l .5 N F' ,lg 'X in Q ,I f, wa- V .P ll ,i X T a ll, il 5 C N K l H fl t . i X Xl 1, A - y, ' t .f fs I t if X , f 31 0 5 t 1 ' L- l J ' "F I Ni A' , f R ggi-L, ,W, . .,, 5 , I ki 1 si . nf! xi. Wu., A, X W tw r AD, raaiixx l 3, i Q X X L ,.'??v, xi 3 we. 1 A-1 gf.- .' vm . y I v U, IS. , L1 , . XJ X -. , Q- 5' It Y, its X 431- lg N, . W . "f, . 41: 4. ,mt lb Becky Mayhugh Cheryl Maynard Charles McCanna Chris McCloud Anthony McCulloch Brian Mclilligott Heather McHugh William McKay Cheri McLeod Richard McNaught Susan McQuillin Suzie McTague Marsha McTyre Teresa Meadows Aimee Medlin Rick Melson Gary Melton Teresa Melvin jeff Mencini Darlene Merritt Cynthia Miller jeff Mills Sherri Mills Harold Mitchell john Mitchell Kathleen Mitchell Diana Moffett Glen Moon Marianne Moore Thomas Moore Guy Morgan Paul Mosley Margaret Motyca Kathy Mulca Karen Mullaney Myra Murphy Howard Murrell Ricky Myers Kay Myers Noel Nabors David Nagg Bruce Nagourncjt Robert Napier john Napolitano Pat Nayak Ronnie Neale Chuck Neelley Keith Nichols Chris Nickerson Charles Nissen A TWG QLFCQQWQE IPDQEDGJEG PFW! 14 .9, le- y ,I , iXkv:i!'i.. Air. Donna O'Brien Tori O'Brien Alfred Olds Ernest Olds Landie Olds Chuck O'Neal Rusty Onhaizer jan Osberg Brian Osmore Keith Owen Bob Owens Candi Owens Tim Paasch Kim Palmer Bill Parks Michaela Parramore Patricia Pasqualino Patty Patterson Susan Paul Cheri Payne Mike Peele Buffy Penrose john Perry Russell Perry jill Peterson Judy Peterson Sherri Peverall Wayne Peyton 3 'Mi 77 , 1. 5' 'K ek: K t l lil Q , Y A my .- N Q' i Sgxiwiif Pat Nayak shows his preference. ,S 70 X J ' 4 1 N. fl l ' iii X, 3 4 fha '33 5' 'W r r - f thu. 1 -. 5 x fx- xi lsxl ,gf R at A :db Litim ' x ki, g , jack Phelps Elbert Phillips Lee Phillips Gina Pitrone john Poe jane Potter Candy Powell john Preston Wendy Priolo Allen Pyle Mike Rabe Wade Rabey Kim Rahnema janet Rau Bertie Reader Rene Redd 5 "' " -a ' I if Karen Reeks Mike Reese i Russell Remington ' Charles Richardson jon Rigolo Leisa Riggs Scott Rivers Bill Robertson Holly Robinson Kenneth Robinson joanie Rodenhizer Steve Romeo jana Rossell Tara Ryan Mike Rydell Cindy Sampson Joe Saprito Mike Scearce Pete Schleck Rhonda Schneer Wilbert Scott Mike Sears Debbie Secrist Dwayne Seibert Mark Seiderman Barbara Sessoms Betsy Sherman Teresa Shipp undertlass - 'V Clyde Shorter Dana Shuman Billy Siegel Arthur Simas Paul Simon john Slaughenhaupt Annamarie Smith Beth Smith Bonner Smith Cathy Smith Courtney Smith Craig Smith Lance Smith Ramsey Smith Richard Smith Sarah Snapp Missy Snuffin Ed Southern Laurie Spencer Andy Spinks Don Stahlman Trick Standing Greg Starbuck Patti Stevenson Scott Stevenson Bob Stillman Tracey Stowers jimmy Stratton Richard Strawbridge Brenda Strickland Richard Strickland Scott Strickland Sharon Strickland jonny Stroud Mike Sullivan Heidi Swarztrauber Bill Swertfeger Mark Swindell if .Q, QEUQGWEQ Un Until lfl af, MH, J ,al-.: .. 'cl Mr- -if 3 '1:. .y 4 ,1 up . Q v xi I S x ',: Q3 . Y ,V , , M if . Q. 1 , ,R ix l fp -M g Marianne Talbot Cherrie Taylor 1 Y , S- A +5 98 .,., ii, ,' FST! A' vs 1 . ,. as , V' Q .L- V Q AQ an X ,iv lb fax. f Q I . , X Q . lxjhxiix Ri-X 4 ... Sa- i K I 4 , 1 Some students unwind in strange ways. S X . 3 Nfl , Chris Taylor julie Taylor Thomas Taylor jenny Teachout jack Theodosiou joy Tinsley Patricia Tolson Cheryl Trafford Khanh Tran Mary Travis Matthew Turk Ken Umpervitch Tom Vambell Nicole VanLoen Sherry Velo Herb Velsor Kim Volansky Kim Voliva jimmy Wagner Debbie Wahrman Holly Wall Cheryl Ward Glenn Ward jay Wardrup Beth Watkins Robert Weinzetl Bret Weis Janette Weller Cindy Wermers Kim Werndli Paul West Debora Wheaton David Wheeler Darlene Whitehead john Whitley Arthur Whitton jeff Whyte Crystal Wiggins Billy Wilkins Carole Williams IX S I Nl l. SX ill A Michael Williams Brian Wilson Daniel Wilson jeff Wilson james Witchey Bryan Wood Doug Wood Elena Woodard Reid Vyoodruff Keith Wrenn Don Yantis Sara Yeates Mark Young Erika Zauzig Cindy Zirnheld Francine Zollicoffer underclass - 99 Delite Ackels Lucretia Adams Frank Adkins Laura Agnew Dona Ainsley Theresa Ainsley Vera Albritton Kenny Allen Robert Allen julia Anderson Linda Anderson Mark Andrews Rob Angollatta Cuprice Anthony Tom Apple Jessie Arellano Tracy Armstrong Anne Arnaud Michael Argabright Michael Arranz Tammy Arrrington Burr Ault Richard Baer joey Baggett Kelly Bagley Lana Baker jeff Ballard Bryan Barnes Kathy Barnes Susan Barnes Tracey Barrow Keith Bartee IOO SPIRIT . figs-Q 5? K - C -' 1 'I' fl - ' . Us , V A tl A V ,V A ,N .,s-I ': 'IE , I ' I I A. ,W 4, - R I ffm!! ill The Sophomores struggled to adjust to the new environment of high school. so fr HIGH ,iw 4 - 'N R' f jig, 5.55, , -.1 . ,Q-.1 : IWW nfs: S IM, 4-,v nf I .Qc 0 fn I UM I ' .1 1.3 xi - 1 n I W9 .f 5' Xi ill X, rx! "' ' gal-'H 2.'i.iii'f a' I , X u l ,v ' l .' ff 4 lr s g ,f nf.. 11 a,cs Sophomore class officers: Sherry Knight, Treasurerg Tami Clark, Secretaryg Michael Penny, Vice Presidentg Ward Valentine, President. K ! -his 'T ji .Al-7jN'r'.Qb l 192 'H X li 'ffl . I i '25 5-WU 'S I JV gms ' -, if - 5 H I 'Qi f - . . Hg?-mi"5'5 N l Q li lla The Sophomores, the largest class at FC, started the year with enthusiasm and spirit that took the whole school by surprise. This spirit was shown by their capturing first place at the Homecoming pep rally. The Sophomores showed their creativity by dressing up as cartoon characters on Spirit Day. In December the Sophomores held a flea market and donated unsold items to charity. The money earned from all projects was used for the Sophomore Sweetheart Dance. With their ingenuity, the class of '79 will be a major influence in the years to come. Betsy Beam Cathy Beatty Renee Beauchamp Kathy Bechman Mark Been Deborah Bennett Kathy Benson Barbara Bercaw Bobby Bercaw Chuck Best Brad Betz Anne Broyles Chris Brownley Cokie Brown Earl Brown Tricia Brown f'AK I Richard Brooks Janet Bronson Jeff Bickenbach Michelle Bishop Tammy Blache Chris Blaski Lou Bloom Guy Boisselle Linda Bonbright 6 J' Marie Bonelli Brenda Bonney julian Borchert Susan Borjes Leslie Borland Debbie Bottelle Cindy Boyd Wanda Boyd Greg Brainerd Trish Braswell Richard Braun Tom Bridges Lester Brink janet Brinkley Gina Brogan undcrtlgms A llll Beth Bucher: Stephanie Bunting Becky Bundy Robin Burns Kevin Burke Susan Burt Annabell Bybee Connie Cahoon Ed Camp Peggy Camp Kass Canada Robert Candelario Donna Cardwell james Corleto Keith Carlson William Cornick Mary Kay Carter Chris Cather Annie Chambers David Chapman Robyn Chapman Robert Chasse Angie Chatman Laurie Chutter Tom Clareson Tami Clark Toni Clark William Clark Cathy Clarke Mary Coffield Frances Coffin jim Cole Lee Collins Brigitte Comer jim Conlon Paul Consolvo Tim Cooksey Lynne Cooley Rowan Cooley Andrea Cooper Levi Cooper Mechelle Cooper Debbie Copeland 102 First Colonial Faces x l A Q X .'A-' ,wer-swtg 'V' r' '- 3-an .'.. . ,Agn . 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'N il? 5 sf l KN lx' i Donna Corbitt ' Glenn Coster Robin Coulsting 1, Mary Coupland Steven Cover Kent Cowell Lyn Cox Tim Craddocl-c Bill Crawford , ju, Zz.. - Q- V . vg,.xg,,,- JA 'lklw N541 If XS 4' S N--if - Y Laurie Crawford Kathy Crigger Ed Crittenden if Rob Crocker Tom Cross ' E Finian Crowley , ' 'X Lisa Crumlish Lynn Cullipher Beth Curran Tim Curriss Monette Dail Verdale Dailey Vickie Dailey Celeste Daniels jenny Darden Carny Davis Elizabeth Davis Lee Davis Sandra Davis Howard Debold Angeles Delloro Pete Demchuck jean Dempsey Mark Desroches Carol Diederich Mike Dickens Mary Dines Penny Dize jim Dollenmeyer Terrie Dorsey Ann Doss Janine Douglas Ronald Doummar Terri Dove Wendy' Drake Donnie Dreapcr Tim Drinl-to jerry Dubose undertlasss - 103 Cari Dunn Ricky Dunn Bill Dyer Harriet Easley Phil East Karen Eckstein Betsy Eidridge Marjorie Eick janelle Eldridge 1 X William Elliott Laura Engel Dawn Enlow .a I f Ai we at Wendy Ennis Todd Erhardt Cindy Eshelman Brad Esinhart Ricky Esposito David Estes Karen Etheridge Beth Evans Carol Everton Steve Faini Fred Farinas Marvin Fentress Tracy Fentress Laura Lee Fernandez Catherine Ferrell Charles Fishel Mark Flanagan Antoinette Fleming Cathy Fletcher Tish Florence Bill Flynn Lesha Forbes Patricia Francis Bill Franklin Keith Frazier Mike Freed Berkeley Furniss Naomi Gablinske james Gage Heather Gaines Craig Gallagher Bob Galway Mary jo Gamba Sally Garrett Barbara Garrity jimi Gatlin Charles Gault Bob Gentry Connie George Debby Gessner 104 U -, 4-fi, . X i K ,iq .,, 4 'ffl' lx ,a 1 9 .ww t ff, :,. l X .st D ii Fri l ' ,,.st-L- -s 1 4 "FM wwf A i A .. ' I' -9' ,:. , Q 1 A .fi K f A ii -D ,Q gt L.. 5 E , It 'S Ag: X Xl Q! R A .R X Q Sophomores showed great promise in winning spirit contest at the pep rally. 0. V C -2 1 - 1 1 . ' - V 4 Y ,L f- L K l - .V , y f A 1'-2 2 A t ,X U ' A- . ,..., 1 X X t W I ' V :gf i al L 1 i aa Ax t.- slr, f i 'La' - f I 6. s - - , as " Q X K Q s X I M x I A '. ,. 'i X i . t 5 E . N Q . . ' , ' ' ' ' 4 id ,S l . aan' ' .1', Q l " if 2 F ,. .-' V fi k 'i i 'J' A' K - 2 . X .1 M' - 3311 2? M1 2 WE U Mk .,.y , ,,,. -fn." f-4: -' . . za 1,35 V f' 1. -ff'. ' ' 'tax 3 5, :Y Q ., f,. 1 AT 1 W ,gl 1 ,B i 1 'l " 'W if l 7 Q ii XXV- , I Ni U D in ' R-A Y . T ix is J I6 l CLASS SPIRIT tv' . , nz, - ,X . , V A , T T, H c I ,, s. . - 'af .. gf X- S Y I tx it My .X VV l JV, Q I Q, c. iii 6 I 6 1 Q Q V25-54. RY 8 71 l il 1 ., 'f iv 1:3 ','ZT fi 4' . , , 5 i 1 " 1 K I V l x 0 . I, 1 N , T s li l, il it 3 "Wk ali if . I 'L 1 ' xi , .Z fi ll. il ll 4 R Sandy Ginn Robert Givin Wayne Gladin Parte Gleason Debbie Gokey Kelly Goodman Chris Gorman jerry Green Tracey Green Becky Griffin Skip Haas Pat Hairston Rives Hall Tina Hall Sharon Hammer Matt Hancock Alan Handford Tricia Hankley joey Hanley james Haltigan Glenn Handrahan Margie Hanna Lisa Harrill Melinda Harris john I-Irt Steve Hartman Tim Hartsell jean Hatcher Mary Hawkins john Hayden Mike Hays james Held l . - i i Q :li K A sw-. i 3 Z?-...E , R 4? , A 1' V Ari I , 5, if - R .W Celeste Daniels and friend are proud of the class of '79. W..- underclass - 105 Becky Hensley Nikki Hensley Holly Henry Debra Hentzi Craig Herrick Yvette Hicks Donald Higbea Dan Higginbotham james Hill john Hill Roger Hinde Rosemarie Hissam Karen Hoel Cleophus I-Iolsey Richard Hooker Susan Hoover Th in V? " 56 4, X if- ye' j ' . ,.,, A ,, - . - I Q -w ' x .7 s " If z, N ' 9 A f ...e ' , - ,,. -t' . J 2, Sophomores 2' RY' , 5 ' e 'N K I ., 'Bs we AN f me R li 9. ,. ' - X x 5 - ' Brian Horen Carol Horen Dianne Horn Donna Houser jeff Howard Renee Howard Phil Hubbard Gregg Hudgins jay Hudgins Debbie Hudler Scott Hudson Brian Huffman Carroll Huger Robert Hughes jackie Humphries Sharon Humphries 106 Wendy Woodruff and Robert Rogers eat their way to victory. f Y .. -lc L I 5 " ' if f . A XA' , ' xx i u -ll 1. :lf A i an fi ,tr , I l . ' 1645, as 4 4 s, x. .Sq '- , i Conquer Competition ilk A S. Z it l . H '-su:-at l'- f ' it ,, ,. is -sf 3 -, ,. " I V 3 5 f '." 4'-E31 :fc-gif D -ffp. - 1 f - In '32-1 . 1.1 n?'4 -is F' U-4.15. 559' NY 5' , farm-" ,V as - . - V505 4.57 f-ixgf' . Tracy Stockton shakes for the Sophomores. N L F f ' 'S 'Q ' S O h , F f 5 2 X X -irq K y .S AL Valerie Hunt Richard Hurst Ralph Hutchins Ronald lllingworth Helen Irby Stacey Ives Becky jackson Rodney jacques Debbie james janet james joy james Judith james Maria Jenkins Robin Jessie Stephanie Jett Clarence johnson Gail Johnson Kathy johnson Patricia johnson Sharon johnson Darcy Johnston Debbie jones Elaine jones Mark jones Shirley jones Vicki jones Lisa Juarez Stephanie Kamp Leslie Karnitschnig Susan Karvala Wesley' Kavala Craig Kay Richard Kelly Robert Kemether Jody Kemick undettlass - 107 Bill Kemmer Tim Kemp Vicki Kigerl Terri Kight Arlene Kinsey I-Ion Kinzie Ken Knight Sherry Knight Andy Kollmorgan Roxane Knutson Steve Kuehn Phyllis Kunlcler Mike Laform Susan Lamb Virginia Lamb Pattie Lamore Ed Lane Alvin Langley Kevin Larson Cheryl Lassiter Sally Lawrence H38 ,. , 3 X X - r' 1 f 4 L is r 4? , sei VL u Y i N K N . l , , 1 ,- - Q ali 4, 5, 4' Q U, :Q 1 ii ' A 1 ' ' 1 ' fiqwr' , ' 2, , .. 5, . 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H ' ' X , 'Q 1 v , X 1 it ,I X .hx , yi X A ls M, -,WW 'I ggi A Y ' i s R 1 Tom Lawrence Mike Lawlor james Lawson Tim Lawson Lolo Leaks Jacque Lee Lynn Leibowitz Mike Lett Rick Lett Bert Lewis Crystal Lewis Leshia Lewis joe Libbon Michelle Lindsley Kevin Lineberger Nancy Linsly Cathy Loiercio Angela Long Steve Long Forde Lowery Larry Lowton Rick Lukei Kelly Manning Vickie Markowski Lisa Marlow Gail Martino Grey Martin Kaytren Martin ' Rick Martin tg Sharon Martin - Gregory Martines ug' Kevin Marshall - ,M . 1-Q' ao, Patty Mayo " Ellen McBride nf! Xt Scott McClintock Robin McComas underclass -f l OU Melinda McCraw Martha McDaniel jim McElligott Tom McKee jim McLeod Carter McRee Lisa McSwain Lourdes Medallada Almiede Meinicke Norman Melbon Amy Meyers Judy Meyer Keith Midgette Leroy Miles Lorena Miles Mitzi Milius Barbie Miller Beverly Miller Brenda Miller jimmy Miller Renea Milliard Don Minter jon Mitchell Kathleen Mitchell Lisa Mitchell Diane Mizelle Baker Mordecai Bob Moe Lee Monroe Angelina Moody Mindy Moon Jody Moore Louis Moore Kelly Morgan Sam Morgan William Morrill Brian Morris Paul Morris Pam Morse Karen Moscoffian Ty Mosely Tammy Moss Karen Muller 110 S-.Rm Float Building 1 p- N? 14 , 4 f SS' 5, Ss W 229'-. - l. , - A .,. AA f lafgh- 'lyq' 1 i 1 ' Chris Blaski helps assemble the Sophomore t Qxz-L :J 1 1 3 4 l 1 KX - P .,,x - I A 4 1 11 ' J F .I .x "P A ww '1 i , Q - f 1, Wx in . A2 6 Z 1 , , 1 A X l - l xi,-ff I Q mi Q , ,'f'.' Zip ,A David Mulloy Jana Munson Dale Myers Joyce Myers Susie Nagg Steve Neely Archie Newell Valerie Nichols Charlene Nissen Keith Nock Twinkle Noltie Al North Buddy Nosay Cathy O'Brien Chrissy O'Connor Kevin Odom Allen Olds Douglas Olds Gregory Olds Doug Onhaizer Erin O'Reilly Audie Owen Sharon Owens Whit Palmer Debbie Palmer James Pappas Peter Parker Pat Parker Phyllis Parker Robert Parker Terri Parker Cindy Partin Caroline Pasqualino Steve Patterson 4, l .X 1 l Chuck Payne Jim Peale Robert Pearsll Steve Peck Michael Penny Michelle Perry Mark Peters Liz Peterson Nancy Petroff Steve Phelps Donald Phillips Rocky Pitrone Jamie Platt Jean Points Becky Potter Cindi Pownall Jeanne Preston underrlus -121 Sanford Price Karen Priolo H ' Michelle Radford "' S. Bill Ramsey 'Q 4 Danny Ramsey Teresa Rats j r me Reagan 1 l x 6 Zack Reavis ' A K I , 5 S 5 . x 5 if div Linda Redford 'if f Dwayne Reger " I Mark Reiber v ' jg. n Richard Revolinsky L Mary Rensrrom In ' jeff Rhines i Inez Riddick David Richlie i - ' ' f lx N 3 il - ti he Wanda Riddick .- Bill Riesenberg Joe Riley ' Michael Riley ,L,, Tom Riley ' 4,1 , " i Berkeley Rish Y I 'Q jeff Roberts i ' 'ii X , in 'I Linda Roberts ' i' i i S Ati., -' ' ryYv":r ffl 94" L M, ' if 4 fi as ,f x Jr. A salute to Disney was the theme M f, jffi , .A " ,d :mn 1. Doug Robertson r . Debbie Robertson - Sam Rockwell - Suzanne Rodriguez - , Paul Rogers , - ' ' 'va-'-1 Robert Rogers Dave Roland David Rosche . x H, Cheryl Rowe Steve Rubin Harry Runkle john Rush john Roughley Rusty Rusr Vicki Ruth K Susan Rutledge S 112 ' i ia A Tribute To Di ney Sf! L ts x -. I " tu - x, A ., gf l J in , f 'X ,- :V- '-x I- ' A ' X V N i l x ,ny ' lx X. 'I 1 T is as Q 'lt ,u l 4 l a l 1- 1 . "1- Y 'fl .9221 - "7 "fi ""' A f' a w f , A 5' ,f T-If S A W uf! is . K Qian The Sophomore float takes its place in the parade. MQY , a SI 1 1,141 K X W N X., 'f ' , aa 3" X g?',auw- , , ., .M X a ,. .6- A r..- I 1 n i Q ' 'X 1 I N ' janet Salmon Larry Samariva Davinia Sanders Lisa Saunders Gary Sawyer Jerome Schaum Keith Schill Bob Schade Cathy Schmidt Dave Schrenk Margie Scott Frecia Scott Thomas Scott Louise Seawell Laurie Seifert Kim Sellers Robert Settles Kathy Sexton Amy Seymour Tim Shaw Michele Shay Randy Shelin Stephen Sherwo Cindy Shipp Judy Shumway Ed Sierra Thomas Sieyes james Simos Kevin Sjoland David Skipper Kevin Slattum Sue Slye Alice Smith od undefclass v 115 Brenda Smith Brandon Smith Karen Smith Kathi Smith Pam Smith Robin Smith Sandy Smith Harry Smithson Chris Snowden Lynn Snowden john Snyder Thomas Southern jeff Spute jim Standing Beth Stanley Jana Staton Tracy Stockton Ellen Story Sharlene Stowe Tom Sullivan Elaine Sutherland Cecil Swain Michael Swindell Paula Swindell David Swingle Kathy Swingle Elizabeth Tarver jennifer Taylor Mitchell Terry june Thomas Melanie Thompson Bubba Tickle Melanie Tiller David Templeton Cherie Tase Billy Torbush Raymond Toupin Keith Traina Jeanne Traub Isabelle Travers jeff Triplett Bill Triscritti Annette Tucker Wesley Turley Scott Turnbull Teresa Turner Elizabeth Tyler Adam Umperovitch George Vakos Ward Valentine Chris Van Deusen Rebecca Van Loen David Wales David Walker Donald Walker Ricky Walsh Russell Walsh DJ. Walters Paula Warren Billy Washburn ll4 v----e1--- W l f l 3 fl 'Hlf4NNHI gi ll an Gail Waterfield Liz Watts Vicky Watts Chuck Weaver Bart Weis Barbara Wenning Anne Mary Werne Mike West Cyndi Westberg Theresa Whitbred Chuck White Donna White Mark White Tracey White Cheryl Whiting Robbie Widgeon Calvin Wiggins Michael Wiggins jerry Wild Demetress Williams Dora Williams Rhonda Williams Stacy Williams Cathy Wilson Charlie Wise Noreen Wolf Geoff Wolfe Anne Wool Terri Woolard Ray Workman Al Worth Andy Wright Barbara Wright Curtis Wright Chris Wright David Wright Becky Young Tricia Zerkle Spandy Zermany Barbara Ziemba Robby Zoll Wendy Zottar underclass - l joselyn Woodhouse Wendy Woodruff Ng' 7' -1 r sri' V12 v I -.J U Qv' , .4 ' 'C " 4 l fi? : I Q 93, 'Ni Q 'P I a . 'U ni 'ln , V , 1. f F 1 'x 71.41 4 ,L if SQPHQMCRES ll! ,pr ML A 4 , Q , -.-- , .11 r ,',e:5".,.,,,' :ff 3 Ann, I' , 2-if . - ,-,4...d 'v-" w , if S Lf -. .- 5- -v-- -4, .'f---L, , ' Aazfaqzz-fi 'Quo BV .,- 7.1 , ,x.1- V . X A H , K R dfupy Y w x . 3 V7 -. Nunn" ln--Af' .- X I W xqx . , - N f.-Q.fi'll"'4 I. ' - N. xx I wsu ANT J .ps 'sp' EI? ll ll K2 'H X nf! A4 M .Vi . Q Y nigga' f 'Q f . ' mm, Q ff' fy!! .I W1 1 J I 411 .. ' 4' 5 , J if 5 1 LEQDERGI-IIP Mr. Charles Atkinson, Mr. Ray Smith, and Mr. Robert Hicks have assisted the Principal in all aspects. Together they have shown that hard work and integrity are necessary to develop a fine school. The progress that these men have made is outstanding, and it has enriched all of those at First Colonial. First Colonial is fortunate to have leaders that take such a genuine interest in the students. vp. E Dr E E Bfmkell Chris Ettel confers with Mr Owens UBSKSIUIWK12391234FlfilfiliikilvlvlvlfilfilakilfilfikIIWICSIUIUIOIUICFUCSIUIUIWIUIOIOIGSIUICFIUICSIKllfilfilnkilfilfikikikilfikilfilfilfikikilfilfilgikflfiiiilfilf ill 5 W 'rs Mr. Ray Smith Mr. Charles H. Atkinson Mr. Robert G. Hicks Assistant Principal for Administration Assistant Principal for Instruction Assistant Principal for Administration kkkiik888888888888888888888X8888888888888Xikkkkikkkkkkkkkkkk88888882 GUIDQNCE LEQD6 Tl-IE WQY ,Gif A' Gloria Stenzhorn Bernadine Rasberry Gus Polizos Guidance Guidance Guidance KYXYXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX88888XXXYXXXXXXSXYXXYXXXXXxkkkkkkkkkkikiiktii f"l --12' Guidoncz btoff Faced with the full time job of tending to student needs, First Colonial's Guidance Staff is busy preparing transcripts for college bound students. The department sponsored both a College Night and a Career Carnival in the fall to guide and inform the city's high school students. Counselors also spent several sleepy Saturday mornings administering the SATS and Achievement Tests to students. Shirley Hangen Katherine Riley - 'I Ciuitiaiice Iivlvlfvivlvkllvkilvivkvkvkvlvlf Slvkvlvkvk14842823SlvkilvkilvlvlvlvlvlvkilvlvlvlvkHlvlvlvkikilvlvlvlvkilvlvlvlvkvkSkiivlvkvlvlvlvlvkilvkvkil! 1 -,4v""",' .'--s:W- bzcrztorizs Anne Warburton The secretaries are an SCCFGIHYY important part of the school. Serving as the right-hand ofthe Principal and Assistant Principals, they also attend to student needs. Taking care of correspondence and finances are part of everyday business. M Joyce Woolcott Secretary estate-aasisggtgfz 4' 2 , ., tw Rt.. kwa.- Ruth Murray Elizabeth Voss Darlene Noble Secretary Treasurer Secretary Flvlvkilvk SlfilfilfvlvlfikflfilfiliilflltilvlfvifillilvlvlvlvlfSkilfilvlfilvkikvkilvkikvkvlfvlfvkvkilfilvlvlfilvkrlvkPlvlvlwkvk Skvlvlsikikilvlfiiwkikikvivivl bociol A Presidential election year is the answer to every social studies teacher's dream. This year, besides selecting a President, voters were to choose a Congressman and Senator, and vote on several referendums to our state constitution. First Colonial and the Social Studies Department organized a mock election for the benefit of upcoming young voters. Seniors were given the opportunity to use voting machines while underclassmen voted by written ff' ai 1 vi Frank Webster U.S. History ix 61 udizs ballot. Assemblies held before the election gave students the chance to meet Congressman William Whitehurst and his opponent for Congress, Delegate Robert Washington. The incumbent and his opponent relayed their views to students, allowing them to decide which candidate they preferred. First Colonial voted overwhelmingly for the Republican slate of candidates, including one independent. Gwen Infantino World History, Departmental Chairman J l i X r ' , Q ' new-V Q 'f ' , Dlx, Q ' J 53, Ni' v- -B. dfl' Stuart Grimes David Woody U.S. History U.S. Government, U.S. History, Annual Sponsor lkfkIIGSICIIWIGSISSICSIOIUICSICHIISIUIUIUIGSICSkillIlvlvlvlsHkikilvwlvlvkvlfvlvifilfiifvkblfikilvlvkvkilfilvkvll 3lUl0l93k3k3l'3lC1F3F3l93F3l'3lF3lf3k1F3K3l93lC33l+g 124 - ',. , ,Q . n u t . N S. 48 , G t ll 's 5 , f . 5 V 3 -Q . M : 9 W 31,2 ii , Phyllis jones Carlton Hill William Powell U.S. Government U.S. History World Geography , X twat, -, x. - x .. - -- S -Q -:rt -1,5 fi, ,,"1fhf. .., .., N, i K! II lf: "1 X. M . .,'N. 'vm wa. I Li .L H uf.. .Ng .Y I! 5 , I . W: 5 1 NE ' ,,f:::Q. N V v , ' A s : A in m""Z?b,'v'v-. Stewart DOUEIZS ' Helen Standing US- GOV6fflm6f1I, ECOUOITIICS US. Government, Anthropology SlvkHlvlfilvlvkilvkvlvlvkHliilvlvlvkvkilfilvlvlvlfilfilvlvlfilfilvkilk HlvlvkvkikSIWIUKUFilvlfikilvkikilvlvlvklkvkSkilvkilvlvlfvkvkvlvlvkfkilfvlf2? faculrx W T15 '7 ' 1 Laura Ezell U.S. History, World History, Annual Sponsor Q R F X l Ted Phelps Psychology I,II l I ng 5. -A ,ig - cgq, . ,sw George Garbark U.S. Government Hope Parker Sociology l, U.S. Government ff' .BL Pere DeWolf E U.S. History 7 E E 1 L' '. fu u l "Q :: er :: : ' .- i .An ' :I ' 1 I ' ' 1' -- 1 f. . -. ' , , - ,I - ., . , N . A ,l ' x ., .. Q gg . In , 0'? fra I: 1 T2 11 V ! .rg fl '- ' - I -- . . :: fi ' '."- " l 4' , H 77 '. is ' l 9' 4-" A 1- .. H I I N 'G B l . an 3' 1 il ' X ll! ,, , S :li -if ' ' r " 0 ' -- J ' .i P if s- I Norbie Wilson l ' Sociology l,ll 3 Okvlvivivkikiivlvkikalvlvkvkvkvlvlvlt Skvkvlvlvk9l0k1k9l0k2K2lvIG2lf2l0lvl0l0l0l22lf2lC2k2lvkSlvlfilvkvlvlvlfikikilvlvkvkvkvkvkvlvlfvkvkilvkikPlvlvki lzh gy' Ky 'Yi -. x - . Kkzixkit' SSE W bv 'r -ng . R .3 r Carlton Rountree French I,IV,V, Departmental Chairman Fore: n Lonquciqz 'VN Susan Broaddus French lI,III ll, M M 'r ll it Miriam Castaneda Joanne Monresano Spanish l,ll Spanish l X Many of our foreign language teachers serve as sponsors for the foreign language clubs. These clubs, along with studying culture, place emphasis on developing a better understanding of other countries. Several of the clubs have set their goal at taking a trip to the various countries where their language is spoken. The teachers sponsoring these clubs deserve credit for the inspiration they have given to pupils. Students have learned that being involved with a language club is far more than joining another social activity. 1' We-rv Deborah Bishop Latin I,lI,lll Ikvlvk Ulvlvkikik SlvkilvlfilvkilvlvlfikSKPIGSIGSIUIWKSlvlflkvkiklkilfilfikilvlvifilvlvlvlfikvkllvifSlvlvlvlvlvlfvkflsvlvkllvkik Slvkflvivk Sivlvlfvlfllf Cira Griffith Spanish II,IV,V 4 , Lynne Doerfler i German I,II,III,IV, German Sponsor X -,,1: .fig ff ,YVQ A f A ' I lm ifj Q 5, ' ' 'Q PK - DQ 3 Q 'A Hope Gilbert f Spanish II,III, SCA Sponsor rg A 3 ' S Q g ' s N , AME? L David Boone Russian II,III Ms. Gilbert gives the SCA a hand. kkXXXRXXXXXXXXXRXXSXXXXXXX8888888888XXXXXXXYSXXXXXSYXXXYXXSXXXXXXXif 128 . i r I ...,,KX X- Max Gonano William Miller Band, Music Theory Chorus, Madrigals, Music Literature Music The Music Department has experienced many changes this year. Mr. William Miller has returned to First Colonial after a short absence. He served as choral director, and director of the Madrigals. When the Patriot band went marching on to the first football game, new uniforms accented the creative formation ofthe marching band. The new music and routines made the 1976-77 marching band a credit to First Colonial. kilvkikilvkilvlfSlvlvlvlvlvlfIkilvllivkikilvlvkvkilfilidvkilvkikakalvlvkikilvlsHkikSlvlvlvlvlvkvlvlvkilvlvlwlf Skilvkvkilivkilvkbkilvlfilvlvlf HRT, Q COLORFUL COUR6E ,-,004 is-v-I 152' ,nl if A ll il l 'V r i ic Louise Lowenthal Connie Gallacher lylflbj lvl Lf jjJJ,f:c.h'liizahetli Chapman Art I,IV,V, Departmental Chairman Art, I,II lw ji-f JU , i V Art l,IlI Pllyfowllii' tiff lift! rekxexxasaeaexaeseaewkqukqgqgquk aewnaeavwnazaoilaleaeaiaeanaieSiieuxifflixclgabkxxxxxxxsxxsxexanaokxusafwas adn, .X jx Xl , Qxj lil JJ ly J had gym' i Tatum' -- 1, ' Vfvat Kia. vida 9 ' , 'f Physical Ed- ,meme-,"f X Fred Britton Boys P.E. 1O,11,12 ,Q Lynn Hadley Girls P,E. 10, Track 8: Field Coach Kenneth Barto Boys P.E. 9,10 Alton Hill Boys P.E. 10,1 1,12 as .hu-,Q kaosaosawuaeasarxaexafaeaewsaexanvraexaeaexaeavraeaexakaeaewr:sexcams :harnessesarxxssxarxeakaexfxarueaexafaeasxarwlaa 1R41 M ins!! .5 11 gggiq-Q11-114.1 qv-qn-sa--.. Stressing the importance of a sound mind and body, physical education teachers take their work seriously. Several ofthe physical education teachers also serve as coaches for athletic teams. The department gained a new addition, former First Colonial student, Lynn Hadley. Miss Hadley serves as the womens gymnastics coach and womens track and field coach. Change has also reached the Physical Education Department. Students taking 11th and 12th grade physical education classes can now choose from a series of individual or group sports. This new elective program proves to be very popular. 1 as-..q,, , M A I ,M ',"4,5'f,,kxY 37' f'.,'Yzf.:-Qvff,',fdm' jf , ' ggi- . Q T,-ff' as-p,5e'h-.,AV4? 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Mr. john Marshall, our only physics teacher, led advanced students through the vast fields of exploration in physics. Ralph Hoskins Biology, Dept. Chair. john Marshall Rena Cassidy Physics, Alg. I Earth Sci., Biology .XX S Mr. Hoskins plans for his upcoming biology class. Ben Forehand Biolo EY 94' kilfikikvlvkilfilvlvlfilvifikilfilvlvivlvltIlvlvlvlvkilvlvlfilvlvkikikvkvk Hlvlvkilvk IkilvlvlfFlfilvlvlfilvlfllvlvlvlfilfilvlvlfilfilfIlvkikilvkilvlvkiki-' lil 47 4' s" Sn 55 IU swim msg 3.3 iiaiiiz na.ss ,'2g'I-25422 IIN 'W-Q- 2 " 30 ' 81 92 - in 79 19 Pb Bl P0 ll' its 1Qg,,':,gA2i,l4.ig1 zum mean 12101 , 68 ' 69 4 i 65 "EH ru Tm W 5 153.924 153.934 17 f Q 3 'xxx Eff' I Pu Am -424214 12431 12561 I- 2 'N-N A' f .Q H , 4 1-1 . -- fr N- L, . sk, A J m f X., xi "5 x -- X Y i3 ly i 1 :Iv A CN ri' V 4 A Q xy-. ' s 4, N K meg , , A K . . i 'f' 'f x lik. ' Carolyn Pardue Robert Swann Rick Gram Chemistry Chemistry Biglogy Ilvlvk Slvlfilvlvlf SlfilvkilfilvllikikilvlvlvlvlvkikvlvlvlfvlvkSlvkilvkilvkilvkilfalfflvlfikvlfdfvlfilfvkvlrvkvkvlrikakSkilvlvkvk Slvlvlvlvk Hkilvkvkikf TQKING CHRE OF DU6lNE66 if sQg 0 2.172 'WV f 0 lx. o'o's'o 0.0.0, i i lg ., y E if 1 J X Louise Reid Ann Pee-le Susan Fawcett Typ. I. Bus, Law Typ. 1,Bkkgl Cl. Typ II. Steno ii Slvlvkilfilvlvkilvlvlvltvlrvlvkfkilfilvlvlf UlillvlvkikUIUIUKSICFICSIHSKSICSRHICIIUIGSKJICSKHIGKSICSKSICSlvlvlvkilvivlvkikilsfkvkvivkvkvifvkvkJIU!-wkikaf-fri! f.1t.,IT',--- IM Dusinzss Teaching the fundamentals of business can be a difficult job. Our school is lucky enough to have seven business instructors assisting those students wishing to pursue a business career. Several business teachers also assist students in finding office jobs so that they might experience a business oriented career first-hand. The department is also proud that one of their members, Miss Ann Peele, will have had a practice set published this year by a major publishing company. Mrs. Shell clowns around on Teacher Spirit Day. A --f . Vf""" T-'Ha 'M Beth Leonard Gen. Bus., Typ. I, Cl. Typ. I '6- VQ' tl , CZ xi X 6 E'-v an., A X., "WN-rf' 'S 1, Tx .lane Shell ,J Typ. l, Per. Typ., Dept. Chair. .-iQ ,Q v ik jean Gordon Steno I Rl, Vx .N 2 Es. .TR Kathleen Malone Per. Typ., Typ. l Filvlvlvlvkvkllvlvlvkvlvlvlvif2lvivk9i0k2l0lvk2l0k2k2l0k SlvkilvlvkHlvlvlvlfUIWIGUIGHIGSIHSIUICUIHSISSIGIISPIWIUIUICSICUlfilfllvkilvlvlvkilvkflvkikllvkilll' l l'-E Larry Brown DE I,II,III, Dept. chair. .1 N' .wg . 4 Bill Combs ICT I,II , . QQ' 'f.i.,.,,3:'+ . A Ware' N3 v Linda Hecht Read. Dev. -"wr 5 .. .' ' . t. -A' - Q- gh, Q 5 6 i . Q ' 1 . A - .1 A- 'pt ' vw. .ff ' 'Lt -if -- Distribulivc Ed- YQ' Thomas Speelman DE I,II Involvement is the lqcy word in Distributive Education. Teachers not only spend time with their pupils in school, but they also assist them in finding out-of-school jobs. Requirements established by the program assure that each student learns the buying and selling aspects of business by experience. Closely related to the Distributive Education program is the Industrial Cooperative Training program, which specializes in training students for vocational or trade oriented careers. isemmamxxxmxxmxxxxxxxxxxxxmxxxxxxmxxxxxxxxxxxxmmxxxxxxxmxxxxxxxmxxxx REQDING. PI NOVEL EXPERIENCE Because our society today is Under the guidance of our two based on a system of major reading teachers, Mrs. Regis written communication, Crowley and Miss Linda Hecht, maintaining an efficient reading students can learn to overcome level can help a student in all reading difficulties and strive to aspects of life. fulfill future needs. Regis Crowley Read. Dev. :nav fn., kxxxxxxxxxxmxxxxxxxxxxxxxmxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxsxx1 lil-' Mathematics Ifjohn has one dollar, five-dollar, and ten-dollar bills, totaling 3171, and he has the same number of five-dollar bills as Math 4 one-dollar and ten-dollar bills put together, i how many miles is it from here to Bremerton, Washington? When students think of math, algebra, geometry, analysis, and word problems are thought of synonymously. Confusion is next in line. Fortunately, First Colonial has 10 excellent math teachers to guide confused students to a better understanding of the world of math. Students know that they can depend on a teacher for extra help. Many of our math teachers, anxious to promote a better understanding of the math field can be found before school each morning and after school each afternoon. Olive Daughtry ffu Nancy McClure Dept. Chair. Analysis, Calculus ..,j2.,5. r 43' i ,, .1 C f in "S ' ' , 1 Q 1 2 I I 1 2 5 if 4 9 2 Z 2 ' ' 'Z l Bill Dowd Louise Cross Bob Blenner Nath 5. Geom. Geom., Alg. II Geom., Alg. Il flvkilfilfiifilfiltikik Ulvlvlvlvlf FIFSIUIUIGFIWKSIWICUIWIUFPIUIUIUIUICSkilvkilfSFSICSISPICSIOISJKPFFICJICSlvlvlvlvlvlvllikilfikilfilvkalvlvlvkikill Slvlfillilfimr If"f -. in .avi- Harry Midgerte Geom., Alg. I Carolyn Cox Alg. II, Prob 8: Stars ..,..-nuff" I Q ,gg ff N CZ? Q3 f M ' I I I X I ' I, Betsy Durranr Gen. Math II, Math IV I rfllwuvuo-wr-wx ucv: yqvw.. , , 4Q9w4'-fiaw x -A -'L+-:IAEQQ ggepvaggwm, ., 4 Carl Turk Judy Warner Consumer, Geom. AIS- 11, Geom- akavsaeafseasaeakaoruvsaeaeaeaexavkaeaeaeamexvkaeaeaeaeaeasaorxeacaexxakucaweasasasae aeaeakaon akakxakxxuearseafxuvswxa fdfulrv - 13' if .1 l :gtg Lonquoqz nft6 E This year the English Department ChfiS 5h2fPC stressed the importance of a basic Speech I' Eng' IZA' UR knowledge of the English language. While some teachers emphasized correct grammatical usage, others guided students to developing and maturing a unique X: writing style. Students were taught to study independently, yet secure knowledge from other advanced students as well. The J' English Department offered a new course this year for students interested in newspaper writing and production. Under the direction of Miss Debra Floyd, students were allowed to study journalism. Students have learned that once the basics of language have been acquired many other doors will open. . 7, 1- 'N Two heads are better 1' la! , -A l . wi Dcbra Floyd Frank Reynolds Mi'-fY J0YCe H3fPef journ., Eng. l2A, Newspaper Eng- 1213- UR Dfffmal-11-IH kilvlvlvlvlvlvlfSlvkvlvkSlvkIIOFHIOISSIUKHIOIUKSIUIOKIIORHISSISJIOIGSIGJKHKPIUKIIGSkvkvk SlvlvlvlvkSlfilfillilfillikiliilvileilfillilfikilfdfikikilfibkilfilfmk 1 llwl Z-'QP-e 4 '. A K1 .4 , if fr .1 N fa ,,,4f1""""- Nw XXX Barbara Owens John Webster Randall Cramer Eng. 12S, 12A, Dept. Chair. Eng. 125, IZA Eng. IOA, 11A W' f'f?f I ,,rx l X Y- Q, 1 ...k?l41g iiiiii Sally Swiger Sandy Brown Sharon I-Iaring Eng. 9A, 10A Eng. IOR, 10A Eng. 11A, 118, Adv. Comp. mxxxmxxxxxsxxxmxxxmwmxxxxmxsxxmxmxxmmmmxxxmxxxxsxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxwxa 1-111- P Carolyn Griffin Eng. 10A, IOS Quasimado strikes again! Martha Dozier .wg Eng. IOA, 10R 1 .bl .g A 33- 4 I . Q .- A X .x -.ca-N. EV, -A g 'V I L : H' '.-"f"'wg.ffPefW-fww "iff , .'.'.': .:"'l"g- - x-ff ' . .- f' uf-' I QFQE-"' - U -'ff '-LJUUI 'l' ' 30 fixniffi , fl 'va . 0, 9 D' -1" ' 1.6 lu'-' 'U :J sarffn lf: - -V34 A--,Ie -5',, ,- - .-.9 . . A - , A 'K "" +1 Ma- :cf - K, Kay Gore Eng. 11A Mary Sue Crommelin L Eng. IIS, HR 5 IkikikikikSlvkikilvlvkilvlfSlfilfilvlfilvlvlvlfilfilfilvlvlvlf2l0k2lS3lG2k2k2l620f2l0k9k2lvk2k2ll Slvkilvkili Skilvlvlvkilfilfikilfillillikilvkikilvlvlfilfilvlllqe 140 IH' E nfl I Y Q f 1, I L, 'f . f l ' i X , Marianne Matson Joycelyn Whitehurst Alice Widman Eng. IOS, IOA, SCA Sponsor Eng. 12R, IIA, llR Eng. IIA, 11R 888888388888888888XXSXXSXSRXSXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXSXXXSXXXXX838888888 l GPECIQL ED- I6 UNIQUE A- While few people realize what if .- . the Special Education Department is, those involved in its programs recognize its vital f importance. Through enrollment V.,- 2 in Vocational Technical schools, Special Education trains students for employment upon . 5 graduation. 7 , ' I, This year the assistance of Mr. "" T William Winstead and Mrs. Linda Glick has prepared students to meet future goals. .sh 4 .?'. 'A M Y. .X .,-- Q' sf' 1 if .., '.. 'A-1 . .1 , . . J Bill Winstead Linda o'T001e Glick i Special Ed. Special Ed. rikikvlvkilvlvlfvkvkvlvkvkvkilvkilvlvlfllvlvkvkvkvlvlf Skvkvkvlvll SlvkvlvkSlvkilvkilfikilvkvlfilvlvlvlvlfHkvlvlvlvlvlvivlvkvkvkvkHlvivkvlvkakSk! 1' - 1-' 1 '1 Library The Library Staff experienced a welcome change this yearg the addition of two new staff members, Ms. Betty Cox and Ms. Joann Trafford, a new library set-up, and many new books. Both Ms. Cox and Ms. Trafford served as library clerks assisting the librarians in keeping the library orderly and efficient. A new coat of paint, and new books gave the library a fresh look. Because of the change in lunchroom procedures, students received the opportunity to use the library during their lunch period. Increasing numbers of students also benefitted from the additional library hours on Wednesday nights. Many found the quiet atmosphere of the library an excellent place to research, study, or just relax and enjoy a magazine. 1. 'o , 4 fxbf 4 Ruth Barco Ass't Lib., AV Joann Trafford Secretary N lr Sherry Arendt Mary Darden Head Librarian Librarian 3. Jivlvkilvlvlvlsilvlvlvlwk Skrlvlvkak 834884PlvlfllvlvlvliilvlvlvlvlvlsSlvlvlvlvlvlvllvkilfilfilfilfilvlvlvlvkikHlvkilfilvkilvlvkilvlvkilvlvkfls Silk 142 I-Iomz Ec- While women invade the Industrial Arts Department, the Home Economics Department has received an increasing amount of male support. The most popular male course is Marriage and Family, which prepares students for problems of everyday living within a marriage and family. J .i R X . h, ji H -:Q x , . I X, 11 Q 2 if I 3 QL 5 5 1 4 0 , - .5 , o o 9 0' s 1 1 C :, o - 'S 5 .5 x ..o ' I L Margie Grindle Karen Dodd Elizabeth Callan Home Ec. V. Foods I, Mar. H. Fur.. H EC- V, DGPI- Chair. H EC- V- Ch- Dev- KXYRXSRRXXXSXXXXXYXRXXXXRXYXXXXXXYX88888XXXXXXXXYXXXXRXXXXSX88888888 ROTC I6 bl-IIP-6I-IQPE l 2 Q Commander Lackore and Chief McCarron have been V A working hard this year to make 2 the First Colonial NJROTC unit P 2 something to be proud of. Q Together they present an , introduction to the Navy. By providing background information on drilling, naval history, and naval basics such as communication, they hope to stimulate students toward a naval career. The program also offers in depth courses on oceanography, astronomy, and navigation. The school has definitely benefitted from this worthwhile program. I url? 4 ily. i,7-vsif 1 f I CJ! Commander R.C. Laclcore Chiefjj. McCarron Naval Science Instr. Ass't Naval Science Instr. K88888888888888888SXSSXXXXSRXXYXXXXXXXYXXXXXYXXYXXSSXXXXXXXXSXXXSYXX Industrial Hrls Once looked upon for only ranging in diversity from male enrollment, the Industrial electronics, to woods, to crafts. Arts Department has become a The ever-popular crafts course favorite of First Colonial serves as a means for students students. Increasing numbers to express their imagination and of students have enrolled each creativity. year for the variety of Courses such as Mechanical industrial arts courses offered. Drawing, under the direction of 1 Those students looking for a Mr. William Miller, have seen a f ' special way to express definite increase of female Q ' themselves can take courses involvement. 1 1 '. .ti 3 x E Charles Pugh Q Woods I, Metals I,II !!FKDs IQ,-fx I , . G: U Y' f N7 , l 5:5 .."'f 4' 5.51 1' 4 K 1 1 K8 Z I, - 2 I, .1 5 . if ' 4 y Maynard West William Miller, III David Smith V Woods I,II,III Crafts I, Draft. I,II,III,IV Crafts I,II xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxsxxxxmxxxxxxxxmmxxxxxxxmxsxxxxxsxxxxxxxxxxxsxxxxxma -l Nurse Our school nurse, Mrs. jennifer Girard has been kept exceptionally busy this year. One nurse for such a large population of students proves to be a difficult job. From cut fingers, to sprained ankles, to students without money who need to make an important telephone call, Mrs. Girard has been patient and understanding. A sick student knows that he can receive a comforting word and kind smile. Stressing the importance of good health care and cleanliness to all students, Mrs. Girard has been a welcome addition to First Colonial. Gerard Gebler Jennifer Girard Electr. I,II Nurse HISSKSIFSICHIWICSIUIGIIUIGIICSIGSKSKSKSIGSlvlvlvlsvkvlvlvlvlvlvkvlfllvlvkilvlvlvlvlvlvlfilvlfvlvlvlf Slvlvlvlvk Ullilfilvlvlfikikikilfilfikilfilfilfillilfilfikilf CQFETERIQ GTIR6 INTER!-E6T i 5' I r . J .qt f .., ...J Q is in ............... 4- igggiigiflgiggaan CAFETERIA STAFF: Irene Doss, julinne Herold, Brenda Bryant, Dorma Petty, Rosa Shaw. Ukikilfik SKSIUKFICSIC5l43l43l9k3l93lf1!3l0l43l0lF3l0lF3lH3k3lC3lC3lC3k9lC3lC3l43l0l0l43l0lf9lf3l0l0l0l0l0lf2l0k3lf3I0l0k3lC9k9k9k3i0i0i!9l0l! Slvkiivivlffkiifikif faculty - I-35 'T I , 'N A ', Qtr 35. I I isi AY K. J Q , ik, E ,fr my . 6 we-fnf 1 n xg V- s, K 4645 in llillgm EIIEVW M55 18353 f-s' SEM When the Varsity Football team started the season, most of the players were inexperienced new-comets. With this handicap, the Patriots opened by tying Kellam, one of the strongest teams in the district, O-O. Patriot skill increased and the next game brought a 54-2 victory over Granby. Although the fighting Patriots lost the next three games, the winning streak returned with the defeat of lst place Cox, Menchville and Maury. The defensive team was very strong and led in pass defense. Timmy Sayers, one of the defensive players, made All-District Safety. On the offensive team, punter jeff Kirk led the district along with Ron Zollicoffer, who made wide receiver in All-District, Cox rival tackled by the Mighty Patriots All-Regional and All-State. Brad Beaman, quarterback, led the district in passing. Unfortunately, Scott Perkins, the first string fullback, was injured in the Princess Anne game and did not return for the rest of the season. Greg Ettel suffered neck injuries and the team was destined to complete the season minus another good player. Congratulations go to Coach Frank Webster for his tenth consecutive winning season, ..- finishing with a 5-4-1 record, and to Ron Zollicoffer, who ' I received a scholarship to Virginia Tech. Special thanks go to team captains Ron Zollicoffer and David Cavitt, and Coaches Barto, Britton, Douglas and Phelps for their assistance in promoting a winning season. I :U Q 'Fu v El N L' ' .fx .lam ' 'M-1 .f 1, Q 0 A 1 5 . 'Su Patriot offense attempts to keep possession. 1 Iiiia J I . . V, .3 . X 1 , N., 'sf t ' W . 1 -t s iff s . 3 ,ij S. fy' A -"wr-"'1f" X 3 I ,, N V A ., , X' r J A . 'i' v ' ,, :N I 'W 5-car J 7 s .al .A 1. L X 'X Q5 Q ' H- s, ' ' :N ie Wllilillllw gill? 5 ll? RBTSEEERH? M fiv- 1- x , -" ,x.u -1, vi- .- . - ' L M is ' ' 'A K I ,IPL-A W , ,,,':,.' ,lf :Q 4 A A,1,?nf,. 9 4 5 :HQ W i..-1' . ...f,.-af, ,-.4--nd' - fqg,.1'. :Janna-Q4ga!f'..,val1lQ5'k5 -1.--m..g.."sf ,,,,,,,,-4 .Mig "BEF," ' V f ' QU, 7195.4 il f .,,4-.-.43-.aff 'K wrrav- ,- , f- . G.: .. Q '?'P:M1.'-t.4fQl':!. - , V 1'-A f. ' - -593. ri ... -JKVB-3.51 V' ' -v.S":' -'1'5i"5H ' ' i , 0? t l .. ink- ' ' ADW?-.7 'i Y "W" 23 '4 Coach Douglas directs Patriots during practice. i "Coach Ted Phelps Fred 4, M , ,, ' V iff:-ftikg J rf. 1 A ax ,J , C , mf-'K me Y - wi. If Q I " - W K -4' c.,-ggi, , x wi l T E ,Vi .- - f I ' ' ?, i. V I . X . 11. ,Y 'Si rw v U 2 ' ffjh 3,EQ.i"' Coach Ken Barto and Coach Stewart Douglas. A weary Patriot relaxes during a game. 130 P s on 'F P 1: .ls fl 'Q 1 h Q-1 E I . Team waits for referees decision. .L FW! Coach Frank Web through 1 I ,, another winning se 'i ' f N N. , , . , . 3 N' V 'l Y .1'i'i X FOOTBALL TEAM: FIRST ROW: David Cavitt, Ron Zollicoffer. SECOND ROW: jerry Miller, Randy Forbes, Phil Hubbard, Timmy Sayers, Doug Brgwn, Tom Gilliland, Bubba Nissen, jimmy Wagner,Ed Camp. THIRD ROW: Billy Phillips, Brad Beaman, Richard Baer, Tom Coghill, Ben Smith, .lay Mapp, David Aucoin, Ford Lowery. FOURTH ROW: Walt Kinsey, David Schrenk, Cleo Holsey, Rusty Russ, Mark Desroches, Doug Onhaiser. Dan Rolland. FIFTH ROW: Keith Barnard, james Lawson, jerry Debose, Mike Gunn, Albert Grimes, john Simmons. SIXTH ROW: jeff Mills, jay Under- wood, Russell Walsh, Robert Holland, Mark Young, Chris King. SEVENTH ROW: Tom Berry, Danny Mason, Robert Heroux, Mark Dolson, john Poe. Lee Phillips. EIGHTH ROW: Donald Philips, Leon Lawson, Kenney Hayden, Scott Perkins, Mark Dennis, jeff Kirk, Scott Monroe. NOT PICTURFD: Ray Coons. Sports -- lil IFQMYIEIIRRS SWIVIEQRIIIWE T: A WMNIICZE Martha Owen and Sam Brigman fight for control ofthe ball. 39' y y O'Connell outruns a Kellam opponent. - E This year's field hockey team, headed by Coach Sharon Burkhart, had a difficult season. Many strong senior players were lost and the new team had little experience. The girls lost all of their games except one, which they tied. However, thanks to excellent coaching and a great amount of teamwork, the girls gained much needed experience that will make them a successful team next season. Outstanding players such as Sandra Berry, Sam Brigman, Martha Owen and Karen Norville led the team throughout the hockey season. Another outstanding player, Hunter Bell, was unable to play most of the season because of an injury. The efforts of the Patriots will be apparent next season as the team will, undoubtedly, be much stronger. Sam Brigman attempts to score. . .st- L7 .7- --4-...-- 54 FIRST ROW: Erika Zauzig, Martha Owen, Celeste Daniel, Barbie Miller, Carol Huger, Laurie Allison Kim Cordle Lorraine Knapp, Tine Hyatt. SECOND ROW: Cynthia Miller, Kathy O'Connell, Pam Pyle Sam Brigman jan Godfrey, Phyllis Kunkler, Coach Burkhart, Mindy Moon, Sandra Berry, Ginger Lovering Sheilah Cason Karen Norville, Cynthia Parker. NOT PICTURED: Lynn Davison, Hunter Bell. 1314 00 00 0 00000000000 000000000000 000000000000 00 00 2-Img 5? 000000000000 000000000000 000000000000 0000 28000 000000000000 2' " no 000000000 000000000000 000000000000 00 00 3333 00 00 00000 000 0000000 000 0000000 00 00 00 0000000 000 0000000 000 00000 00 :00000000000 00000000000 000000000000 0000000000 00 00 2333238 000000000000 0000000000 gomuzsszg 5558855 E:00000:E3:5 ummm: 00000000000 zz .. as my 00 00000 000 0000000 000 0000000 00 00 00 0000000 000 0000000 000 00000 00 00 00 300000000000 00000000000 000000000000 00 00 0000000000. 00000000000 000000000000 00 00 355555583 0 200000000000 000000000000 .0000 000000 00000000000 000000000000 00 00 000000000000 000000000000 000000000000 ' 0 000000000000 00 00 000000000000 000000000000 00000000000 00000 0000000 0000000 00 00 000000900000 000000000000 000000000000 'NRS David Moore goes up for two points. ,., Coach Hill reviews plays with the team. The 1976-1977 men's basketball team, along with center Guy Morgan, led the District. In the opening game against Cox, the team scored a record 100 points. The Patriots went on to defeat Princess Anne, Kellam, and every one of the other teams in the district. The highlight of the season was the Patriot victory over Maury at the Norfolk Arena. The Patriots were ranked first in the District, being undefeated among the beach teams. Strong players on the Patriot basketball team were Guy Morgan, jon McGruder, Keith Ford, Ron Zollicoffer, and David Moore. The talent of these players, combined with the training of Coach Alton Hill, gave the team a very successful season. Promising players for the 1977 season include Tom Gilliland, 'Skip Harwood, Rusty Onhaizer, and Brad Beaman. Phil Hubbard and Mark Dennis, upcoming juniors, are also expected to be great assets to the team. Coach Hill expects to have another winning season next year. X ov' xr .7 g,?f Rusty Onhaizer reaches high for the ball. P - ' 55 ,Y 5a ,yt if Guy Morgan demonstrates amazing ability. 'S -44 Guy Morgan scores for the Patriots. ,,,, n ' in "' ll' ., -H53 .T . , ,. 4, Cato XX 20 0010! Q -H' 2 f . Keith Ford shows Patriot style. Tom Gilliland is determined to make foul shot. I I n 1' yew -'J' 11.1- KNEELING: jon McGruder, Ron Zollicoffer. STANDING: Phil Hubbard, Tom Gilliland, Mike Kerley, Rusty Onhaizer, Tom Delong, Skip Harwood, Coach Hill, Guy Morgan, Coach Wilson, Mark Dennis, Brad Beaman, Leon Lawson, David Moore, Danny Mason, Keith Ford, Pat Hairston. I S ,rig-1 Q4"'- 4411i- A 'ffl' Cleo I-Iolsey awaits the whistle David Aucoin tries to reverse the opponent WWIINI iii NG STYLE Patrnot fans observe the actlon. NNY- Steve Romeo pms hxs opponent. Weary Tony Wareing awaits the countdown. L Come back here! Pain and agonyifor Patriot opponent. With seemingly endless hours of practice, the varsity wrestling team worked hard on each move until it became a reaction, not a thought. Not only were the practices long and nearly impossible, the matmen found it just as hard to make their weight as to be energetic during practice. This year brought about a change for the wrestler'sg they were under the supervision of Coach Miller. This was his first year of coaching and he had a fantastic team with more skill, endurance and strength than the entire Beach district had combined in all. Such outstanding matmen were juniors Steve Romeo, Chris Taylor, Tony Wareing and Calvin Wiggins. 3 fi ii 5 2 . if 2 Ly iw, ,al IIMINMTIIMIWEINI , Y, t f ,,,f.,ijrM 31,,.,7M +-fm.. 1, 7- ,4.,, Y-, X 4 .W i' 'QWMNIMH Tony Wareing keeps opponent under control, V. xl O , A. ., A. . . 1 . 1 -ui . . ' 1.3 we ' .Q ., , , . N, Jvgngggk N ,"1'2:-.Ft 1 'e'.' ' -1 l 1 infra? Xen jim Standing strains for a pin. Tony Wareings smile reflects victory. IGH 'N..l 'WO' FIRST ROW: Baker Mordecai, Cleo Holsey, Jim Standing, Chris Taylor, Steve Romeo, Mike Wiggins. SECOND ROW: Tommy Bridges, Steve Long, Al Gregg, Tom Coghill, Fidel Williams, David Aucoin, Tony Wareing. THIRD ROW: Rob Wenning, Bubba Nissen, Craig Brainard, Larry Sumariba, Calvin Wiggins, David Shrenk, james Miller, Coach Miller. ,. ,. V --4-:mpls-1HU'vllO"""""""""' ps.n,4-linda-W' wi. 5.1512 Tom Coghill works from the top. The 1976-1977 girl's gymnastics team was the youngest ever to compete at First Colonial. The team was made up of eight sophomores, four juniors, and no seniors. Aside from having the youngest team, Miss Hadley was the youngest coach ever to train a competitive Patriot team. Besides having an almost completely new team and coach, the gymnastics team also received new equipment and uniforms. This change must have inspired the girls on to their fantastic season. In the beginning, the team was led by Robin Coulsting, Shelley Grabinsky, and Theresa and Leslie Karnitschnig. Robin Coulsting suffered a sprained ankle mid-way through the season, and Shelley Grabinsky was out for several meets because of illness. The team rallied around this loss, however, and went on to give the school one of the best gymnastics records ever. - , f '6ww,, g ,,s,, 44, ' 'e-ea Robin Coulsting executes difhcult move. lPlRQC1IViiiKf3E,, IPQWIV . M -'-'-.1-,,-.-suif' -,,.gull""""" uptewreewariiiaumm M4111 ami SC m ' Robin Coulsting perfects routine, 'L 'Q-an ' 4' K ' : .nn ..... -..HJ ,...e.. .... - , A ,, , ' ms, ff ,, ,. V Teresa Karnitschnig displays great strength. 5.42, 1 Y fi' llffglglilfl CSIWC UIWTKQVIERRS WQT RY AL.,, 1 :,: ? B Cf: ' I, 5 5 fl 1 f ' A I A -A. ,Q 4 A gf 4 5 hgx Becky Bundy demonstrates perfect splits. 1 - 4 .--f.-.M . Teresa Karnitschnig, Margie Bain, Robin Coulsting, Kaytren Martin, Shelly Grabinsky, Tammy Arrington, Gina Pirrone, Beth Buchert, Lorraine Knapp, Becky Griffin, Leslie Karnitschnig, Becky Bundy. STANDING: Coach Hadley, Buffy Penrose. TIHIE SIIQIIIIRIIIT lIllIlMf4EIF?lS Brenda jacques displays cheerleader enthusiasm. When considering the most loyal and spirited members of the school, the First Colonial Cheerleaders should be given the top rank. These girls were present at every Pep Rally, football and basketball game, aside from some hockey, wrestling and indoor track meets. The squad worked to raise money by sponsoring dances and selling spirit ribbons and buttons throughout the football season. Some changes to the cheering squad were brought about this year. The first involved merging the Varsity and Junior Varsity squads so that the sophomore, junior, and senior girls were united. Secondly, this is the first year in the school's history that there have been three senior captains. Nancy Lottman, Barbara Hackett, and Lynn Davison helped to make the 1976-1977 Cheerleading squad a good one. All of the girls who participated on the squad should be commended on their enthusiastic leadership. 11 X- ,- Cheerleaders highlight Homecoming parade. p '-lt 1 'WW' Tuna. Cathy Be-aty's smile reflects the excitement of the game. Cheerleaders boost Patriot moral. 5- 'X .QW 5. 'Q FIRST ROW: Brenda Jaques. SECOND ROW: Tami Clark, Robin Rice, Toni Clark, Tori O'Brien, Margie Baing tri-captains Barbara Hackett, Nancy Lottman, and Lynn Davisong Cathy Beary, Marianne Talbot, Tracy Barrow, Robin Coulsting, Karen Mullaney. Not pictured: Francine Zollicoffer and Shelly Grabinsky. l I Q I . 0 - 1 4 -Ili-U Q l Z' Cheerleaders urge Patriots onward to victory. 1 Al- i s W e 4 421 if .t U -ns: -t ref-wah . W U- .,,,, , , . I I 7 , .,,.-ful - 9 , A-5 ' '1 A 7 X' ' " i Fl? fi ft 7.x 6 1 I P V. H . i E ,x A S ,K X 5 H I' X if-' A ' K, ' j , I 1 N Ht' ti i -ji ' U N - ' Ar' "' L ' 5 M' tt ,..., - 21 . I -- - C.-1. 'jf.-'3 ' f- ............. , gli. 'v,A V , Xdiwu' A'-uf .. 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The Patriots remained undefeated until they lost to Cox in a game that went into overtime. Sandy Berry led the team through another winning season, scoring an average of 18 points a game. Outstanding performances were also given throughout the season by Cynthia Bennett, jimi Gatlin, Beth Lodge, Lolo Leaks, and Missy Snuffin. Although Antigone Savvides was unable to play most of the season because of an injured ankle, she was still a great asset to the team' performance. The team was fortunate to have janet Rowlands, an Old Dominion basketball star, as their coach. The winning record of the Patriots proves them to be sure winners of the District and Regional Championships. Although Coach Rowlands will be losing two of her starting players, we can be sure that next year's team will prove just as successfu. FIRST ROW: Missy Snuffin, Bridgett Comer, Sharon Grimstead, Beth Lodge, jimi Gatlin, Sandra Berry, Sheilah Cason, Myra Woodies, Erika Zauzig, janell Eldridge. SECOND ROW: Sally Swiger, Cynthia Parker, Carma Lewellen, jan Buck, Cynthia Bennett, Geri Delong, Lolo Leaks, Antigone Savvides, Frecia Scott, Coach Rowlands. sports - UN N-.. ' .4 jimi Gatlin passes to Patriot teammate. V Cynthia Bennett reaches over opponent. QW W Sandra Berry takes foul s hot. i t :shim '5 . - M I " WW' I "V", Q :Arm V . I 1 il J nqvvr' -- t N4 ' Q -1 .. ' gif--'I ' , ' '- as , 4""! ' 5 I , f jimi Gatlin puts Patriots on top. . 1 X 0 6-1 .M-I Q QQ br-:rs - 1 1 'Q 'is 5422 534 v ki' pal' min" 1-as ' ' V ' V 5 x-iy viuunmlunss.. M 55 QMQMEM 'X J I ' ,MA r .,v A .ff y:. .wL.,,"- ' ' ,- J' '-., '- ' ' " -L' " fx . ' - A ' be--'fi , ,. C, ,gm ' 4 wif 5 . . W'-1 I Eg? 'rc 5: v- ,gig 4? f ff Wg 2, EVAI irq L-T-L . 'Ed S, .:,,,g:+, -.-. r I' I. JL N X fav' inu- gf' QL. A X 5 I, MN Ag. if iq , ' YN.. 4 mmgn S fi? '9' 1977 BASKETBALL Cox Hampton Booker T. Kempsville Lake Taylor Princess Anne Murfreesboro Lake Taylor Kellam Bayside Maury Hampton Cox Booker T. 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'W , I.. v 'Q it ', ,li v. , ' 'vi 5 -Nil 1 . -"v . -5, . 43" ',Lil""-f, 7 ' ' -1-.sf . K 1 Vaal! A r ff: x ' itz.. f.. . . I.. -'Ee' , .1 'f . . N4--:ffl ' 'ff 4.- "vf 'rf ' 1,144-. An',:. - ' .""1ai- bn' .HJ i4fpf.." irfi-fo "Q Y"f':.4 . IL ' ' - -' 1'ffvu ' 'L'-7 - - '.2'.'Z. 'Z ,51.85'.5- 'feiktva ' dq.,-.5sP":' . 15-if-f:f:'? ,T:?.:Q'i':':"..x1 .,f.,. . Q..- i,.. ,., H T:.'f"19 -1-Q5 :ff-1 A A , 'aff 545, sf.-::1,g: " ' 11' QV' . if:-.IL-. A , - .fg"':j','-.ffw .,,74. A - 1. ,gil L1 .in ':.a-??,. ..,- .. .. .,,. f- , ,",'1"-QW , X .j.fj-7?-4-gf ' -..-'x' ,V - F --r' . -4'-.,,,. -, ..,'- Q . , Af'fLf2'i34"'. zlilutay-" ..-. - J-,: '..5,-- . 'fr-", ,,, , c I' """4' . K' .' . va 11... .Q.."fT,.jfa 1 JM, L 'J is.-'i'T4 ' ,f. .fun fr:-,yr qv, .ir Av a . ', . 'f'iLv':.f,:p'?l1u- ti?r uf' .. ', gf... V -- ' ,.:,:,::.:: .:'f-- '.v'7": ?i, f-'7'a"5 " 1 !' ' ' - Ll'."Lf7,-"' . ' "il" rx2.'?1'AP 'f.'1'?:".V.- fl 'v,5-'fyS,.g'-I-'-U 'L .-1 '1 V ' 'S'--' ff".?.' 7'1" ,J ." , ' ,AA ., -y.V'.., .1 . , U, Q OA., I !f.Y.v.A,x - ... .A -F ,. A-G5 L ".g:'.v"",'.'--4.':.-1-.' ', A'--4.1 '.-n., :.- . - ,---- ' ' ,..::-MP' L, YA 15 v--"gym ' , if- ,- ,gif-51'.-,'., 1 3 13 V- ,f :J5 -. s - , , ,. 4: ..:+ ,. J.,-f . . ...ag-, - . ,nf ' . ' ,- 2 -. - ""',f'aL '1T-'f.MmHw,'r'.- . , '-fi-ff' -.,i'1t2f'-m -. - - ' r E'ars.gl!.-1-'.1r.--'.n'9 v, r Aw- 'f' 'f.,'.' f ,A-01.1 -fiksu.. There is only one word to describe this year's SCA: remarkable. Before school even started, the SCA arranged a very successful orientation for the new sophomores. Beginning the year in debt, the SCA chose a theme intended to get the entire school involved - "Pursue Your Dreams." It was to be the beginning of a great year. The first money-making project was the sale of SCA cards, and then came Homecoming, a great success, and for the first time in years, F.C. had a Beach Homecoming Parade. Always promoting school spirit, blue and gold pom-poms were sold. The school-wide drive for the United Fund far surpassed the goal. THE SCA OFFICERS: Leslie Marshall, john Rogers, Karen Myers, Ginny Buchanan t 1 ,f.en..gi '- l .9 A lllll , IES! EEE 2.- , - .. 12 " :X-vwkd 'xx-'.,'Qw.."v J nlili-fr ...l"7Tm"' lcit l:ttcl an l john Cat Jn lead the Homecoming Parade. Wil Ti ve SSOCiATi0 is 'Tr '..'f'3c-4 ., , 5.51, ,, -- , sv-...P 's", .man-I5 -5 ff x ' - , LZ A 'JI , Q- --L if .. hi Mark Davison and Ken Storbeck kept the marquee up-to-date. Movies were shown in the auditorium, and the SCA handled the concessions at every dance. School spirit cards with the alma mater and fight song were distributed free. There were the usual Thanksgiving food drive and Christmas door decorating. At Valentines Day there was a post office, and other planned activities included a roller skating party for the whole school, a student-teacher volleyball game, and a Field Day in the spring. At the end ofthe year, the SCA awarded a scholarship to a deserving senior. Organization was the key to the successfulness of the SCA. Always thinking ahead, explicit, details were kept of every event for the new SCA next year. unsue You R REAMS 4 -- .-.W - - - W 1 l1'heiSCA officers and Chris Caron attempt to look busy! was--Q--nl f 5 al - .I l 5 5.5 if , , , ,, ,a ' 'aff-A 1. J' ,E i' . J M5 "."' gun-Q--W '- The officers enjoy themselves in the parade. Following along with the new spirit of the SCA, a brand new set of Standing Committee Chairmen set out to achieve the basic goals of the SCA. Serving as a link between the students and the SCA officers, these Committee Chairmen sought to involve all students by getting them to join committees. It was through the hard work of these committees that accomplishments such as numerous student exchanges, successful and well-planned pep rallies, new lunch schedules, better student-teacher relations, and keeping the entire beach informed about all F.C. happenings were realized. Smwdi q Headed by SCA Vice-President Karen Myers, the I.C.C. is composed of all club and class vice-presidents. Because this was a very active year for clubs as well as classes, the I.C.C. was also quite busy. The regular meetings of the I.C.C. insured that activities would not conflict. All activities had to be approved through the I.C.C. before going on to Mr. Owens for final approval. ISU STANDING COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN: SITTING: School Beautification Chairperson, Sam Brigmang Elections Chairperson, Betsy Sherman, Publicity Co-Chairperson, Laurie McGuire, Student-Teacher Relations Co-Chairperson, Bonner Smith, Pep Rally Co-Chairperson, Adele Bernyg STANDING: Student Exchange Co-Chairperson, Matt Hogendobler and Annette Terveer, Publicity Co-Chairperson, Missy Reeksg Special Projects Chairperson, Sharon Henderson, NOT PICTURED: School Improvement Chairman, Rob Simon, Student-Teacher Relations Co-Chairperson, Dawn Booterbaughg Pep Rally Co-Chairperson Sarah Ceteras. Commirrees E- .C.C. I.C.C.: STANDING: Vincent Morgan, Michael Penny, Dawn Mundy, Debbie Secrist, Chris Ettel, Skip Walker, Karen Q McNaught, Annette Terveer, Barbara Hackett, Kathy Brinkley, jan Mallison, Don Yantis, Chris Taylor, Gina Shukis, Chris Hairston, Nicky Kyrus. KNEELING: Sharon Henderson, Gary Melton, Pat Nayak, Linda Fichter, Rowan Cooley, Holly Henry, Secretary Sue Slye, President Karen Myers, Parliamentarian Mark Davison, Annamarie Smith, Elena Woodard, Mrs. Matson. First Colonial's Girls State representatives took part in the annual program sponsored by the American Legion Auxilary, june 15-20 at Longwood College. Approximately 600 girls were divided into 12 cities in which they learned about the procedures of state government and aspects of leadership. Each girl had the new opportunity for self-expression, the formation of friendships, the acquisition of knowledge and for growth as an individual. Besides attending lectures and hosting distinguished guests, the girls also participated in city and state elections, party conventions, and political rallies. F.C. can be proud of its girls. Mary Huerta was selected city manager, Lynn Davison was a Party Delegate, Beverly Werners and Annette Terveer were chosen Senators, and Laurie McGuire was City Clerk and an alternate to Girls Nation. STATE i Lynchburg College was the site of this year's Boys State, held june 13-20. The students attending Boys State from F.C. learned about the way in which our government operates. They also learned about the legislature and how bills are made into law. It was said that to get anything out of it and have a good time, you have to get involved. Involved exactly describes the First Colonial boys. Chris King, David Cavitt and Chris Ettel served their cities in important offices. john Rogers served as District Attorney, and Joe Taylor was selected Senator and served as clerk ofthe Senate. ties- 181 "Working in a workshop, going up, up, up. Working in a workshop, whew never want to stop! W-O-R-K-S-I-I-O-P!" During the week spent at Virginia Wesleyan College for Leadership Workshop, this chant could be heard throughout the buildings. As five cities competed against each other for awards, they learned how to become successful leaders. E E denslup Govan on S llool First Colonial was proudly represented at the Governors School for the Gifted last summer by Pam Pyle and Lowe Bibby. Unfortunately, we lost Lowe to Hawaii, but both seniors benefitted greatly from the experience. Both students attended the session held at Mary Washington College in Fredricksburg. Exceptional students from all over the State participated in the month-long school where no grades were taken and students lived in the college dorms. "Learning for learnings sake" was the schools objective, and the planned activities for every night were totally diversified. One of the most memorable things about Governors School was the many friends made. Reunions held periodically enable the students to keep in contact with each other. l V9 1 f If FORENSICS: Pat Nayalt, john Sesler, Mrs. Crowley, Matt Hogendobler, Ward Valentine. NOT PICTURED: Kathy Brinkley. FORENS.CS""l' Eb TE i 5 f t 1 . , ,. l f 4 F l, "N, if ft fi" I 'Tw-was ' 'Q,,,f Q35 L. DEBATE TEAM: Tom Blache, DJ. Walters, Ms. Sharpe, jan Mallison, Pete Schleck, Pat Nayak. NOT PICTURED: Dan Triscritti, Paul West, Bob Smith. Students active in forensics competed in such categories as expository prose and poetry, dramatic interpretation, original oratory, and extemporaneous speaking. This year, competition involved engaging in tournaments held at different area schools as well as schools through the state. The Debate Team, striving to uphold the winning FC. tradition, dealt with the topic of America's penal system this year Under the leadership of coach Ms. Sharpe, both varsity and novice debaters attended virtually all of the debates sponsored by the Tidewater Debate League. Requiring many hours of research and hard work the Debate Team reached for team verbal victories. at ties-183 Q The National Honor Society this year continued to uphold the fine tradition set in previous years. As usual, tutoring services were offered by the members, though students didn't often take advantage of the Honor Society's main activity. Members served as hosts for various functions such as College Night and Career Carnival. The Honor Society's big money-raising projects this year were the Valentines Day carnation sale and a stationery sale. Following along with the National Honor Society's standards of scholarship, service, leadership, and character, 15 Seniors and Z6 juniors were tapped in March 24 and 25. ATi0NA o on Socier Q7 Af' t I NHS Officers and Executive Committee: Billy Ballard, Laurie McGuire, Vice-President Annette Terveer, Secretary Lynn Davison, President Lynda Spring, Treasurer Missy Reeks, Natalie Ferrell, Pam Pyle. 184 1 The National Honor Society: Sitting: Chris Kamrad, Marianne Krueger, Annette Teweer, Lynda Spring, Missy Reeks, Lynn Davison, Pam Pyle, Kathy O'Connell, Jenny Stanley. Kneeling: Billy Ballard, Linda Riley, Laurie McGuire, Natalie Ferrell, Liz Giuffre, Kay I-lollandsworth, Shirley Hadley, -Ion McGruder. Standing: Miss Reilly, Frank Daly, Dawn Booterbaugh, Lee Ann Bryant, Betsy Montgomery, Pat Lett, Susie Smith, Cindy Seymour, Sharon Caraway, Mathew Merriman, Mrs. I-Iaring. Not Pictured: Marcie Roberge. TI-IE TCP TEN betsy Montgomery busie bmith Pom Pyle Lnurie McGuire Notolie Ferrell Lynda bprinq Pot Lett Key I-Iollondsworth Frank Dcrly Jennifer btonley -iii What is timely, informative, entertaining, and the student body's? The Town Crier! Puhlished through the efforts of a newly formed staff and journalism I classes, the Town Crier provided a medium between the students, administration, faculty, and community. Co-Editors-in-Chief Johanna Pagano and Don Yantis coordinated the paper with the help of their new sponsor, Miss Debra Floyd. New staff, new sponsor, new journalism class: 1976-77 marked a new beginning for First Colonial's newspaper. i l 4 l l NEWSPAPER: FRONT: Chris Caton. FIRST ROW: Traci Moore, Dana Darden, Lynda Spring, Leslie Glascock SECOND ROW: Kim Fentress, Laurie Seifert, Johanna Pagano, Regina Shukis, Lourdes Medallada, Wynn Bone, Cheryl Rowe THIRD ROW: Sharon Henderson, Beth Knaus, Kimie Kent, Pat Nayak, Don Yantis, Kalan Kahler, Ken Braswell john ewspxxpen Sesler, Miss Floyd. 5 5 ' I I I Q I xv Editor Don Yantis scans copy. , Quiz I. 2 55 5 I ,aj . , ag! ' Qy,iggfJ3i'1f! . , .5-M ': ,'- " 6915, 123. ' , t, TES HNG: DU ,WIT lIISTl'liB 'wt'-sf. -:A ,..,. K 4--is - a 5 5. rewlwwumflnl , .iw 71. - 'Ie 'HV . is - . - ' ,V .1 1,g,J:f,.A ' 1 , 'H F 4,..-1 QU i ATLANTIC ECOLOGY CLUB: FIRST ROW: Cindy Goulart, Heather McHugh, Holly Robinson, Ronnie Neale, Lance Smith. SECOND ROW: Scott Hanigan, Kevin Bengel, Mr. Grant, jennifer Forbes, Chris King, john Kapetanakis, Tommy Lee. hh. R The Atlantic Ecology Club formed this year in order to foster appreciation of the environment in the members, student body, and community. Planned activities included recycling aluminum, showing ecology movies, sponsoring a science fair, and participating in environmental trips. E oloqy ITER R fl .X 'upf LITERARY MAGAZINE: FIRST ROW: Editor Dawn Mundy, Editor Berverly Wermers, Art Editor Emilie jones. SECOND ROW: Richard Hooker, Laura Booth, Cindy Zirnheld, Heidi Swarztrauber, Noreen Wolf, Tracey Stowers. THIRD ROW: Vicki Markowski, Kathy Mitchell, Leslie Glascock, Lynn Davison, Sue Lawrence, Chris Kamrad, jane Morgan. FOURTH ROW: Paulette Albritton, Sharon Henderson, jan Mallison, Paul Morris, Wayne Hudson, Michelle Radford, Stephanie Kamp. qAzl Ei Each year the Literary Magazine publishes a literary-art magazine which uses art work and poems from students at F.C. The staff once again this year worked loyally to meet deadlines and create a memorable outlet for student creativity and imagination. In addition to the magazine, a calendar was published in the fall. This was a new project that began with this year's staff. Both the magazine and the calendar were printed by Virginia Beach Vo-Tech. at tes-IH' With only three staff members attending the annual Hunter Publishing Company Seminar in Winston-Salem, the intrepid annual staff plunged into the unknown. In addition to the new editor, the staff also worked with two new sponsors who proved their capabilities with their much needed help. Only through much struggling on behalf of the staff and the invaluable help of our Hunter Representative, Mr. john Perry, did the 1977 Heritage become a reality. Before the school year even began, the Heritage staff held meetings and went about the not-always-enjoyed task of selling ads. School began and the main goal was getting the books sold. The students seemed rather apathetic when it came to buying, but nonetheless the 1977 Heritage will go down in First Colonial history as one of the best yearbooks ever. 's ti ... at Q 1' ' E QI x ...gy Nllx BE! f. 7 i Wgcitvp M" Assistant Editor Annette Terveer and Editor Carol Echols. Ads Editor Liza Nash and Assistant Ads Editor Aimee Medlin. efxnbook mir Qffffie " ia . 1. . wg, '- . 0 M- Y jvqfh:.w 'id ' ' ...L.,i...' S? T Senior Editor Laurie McGuire, Assistant Senior Business Advisor Mr. Woody, Business Managers Editors Nancy Lottman and janet Rau. 188 Ron Flenner and Dee Whitehead. QE . ff ff, 5 'J 0 '4 V: 5fr"6',5n sffz V! 0 Ng, I v 4 I IY' 'M .,' Assistant Faculty Editor Beth Allsopp, Assistant Features Editors Debbie Guthrie and Sandy Long, Features Editor Karen Snyder. .- DENT ACTIVITIES - '3 w34'f Activities Editor Missy Reeks, Assistant Activities Editor Cindy Wermers, and Photographer Ken Braswell. -.1 YI? A X I':1,"' X 1, ei Circulation Managers Sharon Strickland, Pam Barnes, and Shirley Hadley. A, . i- ,L it ff: 5f!"f'xIf . tl- 13 A " f7f1i4i1:'i' i fi, 7.4 .I 4 .a L 'Z'- 59,154 . V4 49 lfgtfek- " Q f lilly? .4 K Qu 'il X"vf"'- Assistant Sports Editors Ashley Wardrup and Beth Watkins, Sports Editor Assistant Underclass Editor Karen Reeks, Underclass Editor Michaela Parramore, jimmy Pankiewicz. Assistant Underclass Editor Cheri Payne. Photographer john Brewington and Yearbook Advisor Mrs. Ezell. a iitcflli EJ organized for the purpose of advancing the standards of ' The Drama Club was ' I I i I excellence in theater arts in secondary schools. A service organization, it stressed continued participation in the arts as a means of widening the cultural horizons of both students and community. This year, the Drama Club sponsored a fall production of A Midsummer Nights Dream, a one-act play, and another production in the spring. MA The Thespians is an honor society for drama students. Any member of the Drama Club may become a Thespian by acquiring the minimum number of Thespian points. In conjunction with the Drama Club, the members ofthe National Thespian Society presented-A Midsummer Nights Dream and a spring production. I I - .-11 DRAMA CLUB: FIRST ROW: Treasurer Kathy Mitchell, PresidentJeff Powell, Vice-President Annamarie Smith. SECOND ROW: Trisha Braswell, Dee Akright, Beth Knaus, Johanna Pagano, Teresa Belbusti, Teresa Meadows, Kathy Fletcher, THIRD ROW: Donna White, Susan Armstrong, Karen Etheridge, Lyn Cox, Manya Meyer, Heidi Swarztrauber, Terry Brownell. FOURTH ROW: Judy Meyer, Billy Councill, Jody Moore, Paul Morris, Bryan Morris, Greg Collins, P.J. Howard, Kathy Watson. NOT PICTURED: Secretary Colette Ives, Sarah Ceteras, Sandy McFall, Sue Moody, Craig McManus, Lance Smith. hespinms ,f -15 A 4, s..J in . t.v, ' THESPIANS: FIRST ROW: John Rogers, Teresa Meadows, Andy Fitz-Randolph. SECOND ROW: Treasurer Sue Moody, Johanna Pagano, Secretary Manva Meyer. NOT PICTURED: Jeff Powell, President Sandy McFall, Vice-President Sarah Ceteras. IKM J - EGG: Ken Braswell, Secretary Lourdes Medallada, President Lisa Saprito, Ms. Widman, Vice-President Nicky Kyrus, Treasurer Wynn Bone. NOT PICTURED: Rives Hall. The purpose of EGG is to increase members' knowledge of photography and to develop and improve their photographic skills. To raise money, EGG planned to show a movie in the auditorium. EGG- RT Club Wqxr X NIL I i., LJ ART CLUB: FIRST ROW: Dee Akright, Wanda Riddick, Charles Purvis, David Estes, Gaile Wetmore, Jacque Lee, Secretary Kathy Watson. SECOND ROW: Charlene Nissen, Brian Hudson, President Ed Maynard. THIRD ROW: Milton Gregory, Calvin james, Keith Barnard, Cindi Cain. NOT PICTURED: Vice-President Scott King, Treasurer Cathy Hughes. One of the many new clubs this year at F.C. was the Art club, sponsored by Mrs. Chapman. This club of creative students kept the showcase by the cafeteria constantly filled with imaginative displays. 1 -101 i1- 11 junior Civitan, an international service organization, is one of the fastest growing and most active clubs at First Colonial. The goals of Junior Civitan included such worthy endeavors as providing service to the retarded and elderly and promoting good citizenship. Projects included visiting nursing homes, participating in the annual blood drive, holding a Halloween Haunted house, sponsoring a Christmas party for the retarded, and attending the yearly District convention. With the main objective of helping others, the junior Civitan Club has proven itself an asset to our school. u ion Civim QE Revived this year was the Key Club, under the auspices of the Kiwanis Club of Virginia Beach. Through hard work on the part of the sponsor, Mr. Reynolds, and the president Mark Davison, the Key Club enjoyed a success- ful year. A service club, mem- bers ofthe Key Club helped to improve the community and school, raised money for various charities, and helped the elderly and needy. 1422 JUNIOR CIVITAN: FIRST ROW: Howard Murrell, jan Osberg, Buffy Penrose, Teresa Karnitschnig. SECOND ROW: Chaplain Ann Clark, jill Peterson, Judy Peterson, Melinda Thompson, Teresa Meadows, Sam Carver, Seth Ceteras. THIRD ROW: Ken jeziorski, Liz Peterson, Vicki Ruth, Matt Hogendobler, Elena Woodard, President Pete Schleck, Sue Lawrence, Tracey Stowers, Secretary Heather Krantz. FOURTH ROW: Mark Davison, Vice-President Pat Nayak, Laura Booth, Harold Mitchell, Don Yantis, Mike Reese. NOT PICTURED: Sergeant-at-arms Bill Hodkins, Treasurer Paul West, Sandy Long, Denise Allen, john Mitchell, Dana Shuman, Stephanie Wright. Club 90 1 1 KEY CLUB: FIRST ROW: Treasurer Richard Barnes, Secretary Ken Storbeck, President Mark Davison, Vice-President Rob Simon, Sergeant-at-arms Tom Nimitz. SECOND ROW: Sam Carver, PJ. Howard, Troy George, Mr. Reynolds, Shawn Cassidy, Craig Davis, Peter Schleck, Robert Morse. This year the Home Econom- ics Club was mostly composed of students in Home Ec. classes. ln fact, the club had officers for every bell. The purpose of the club was to provide diversified activities related to home eco- nomics not generally covered in class, such as cake decorating, quilting, hosting guest speakers related to child abuse, marriage, and interior design, plants, and health foods. In addition to an international dinner, club mem- bers participated in the CROP V"",J HOME ECONOMICS: FIRST ROW: Diane Lindsey, Barbara Hanley, Eleanor Wright, Laurie Watkins, Margaret Motyca, Cathy O'Brien, Cathy Wilson, Ira Morgan, Pam Knight, Keith Ford, Larita Newton, Keith Barnard, Shelia Cason. SECOND ROW: Liza Nash, Lynn Dormire, Noreen Wolfe, Cheryl Whiting, Dana Darden, Sonny Sneddon, walk, sponsored a car in our picnic at Red Wing Park. Rhonda Schneer, Eldora Phillips, Grace Creta, Tami Clark, Debbie Hudler, Linda Chestnut. THIRD ROW: Betsy Eld- ridge, Vicki Kigerl, Tami Williams, Carroll Hugers, Susan Lamb, Anne Wool, Karen Barnhart, Cathy Rookus, Linda Bonbright, Pat Navarre, Paula Warren, Laura Cole. FOURTH ROW: Walt Kinsey, Jay Underwood, Chris Hairston,Patti Lamore, Jana Rossell, Joy Billups, Renda Johnson, Bianka Harbin, Pam Cahoon, Connie Cahoon, Sandy Ginn, Debby Palmer, Shirley Crumble, Cathy Benson, Michelle Perry, Monette Dail, Wendy Enis, Phyllis Kunkler, Lesha Forbes, Linda Fichter, Cathalene Cornick, Joanne Via, Sheila Dozier, Debbie Lehmann, Sharon Cratch, Penny Dize, Donna Jennings, Shirley Brinson, Holly Henry, Cheryl Manard, Debbie Secrist. E E .--I lack Culruma l 1 gumm- - .ygmq 1" ,. t l i ti' in .5 .Stl 41.43953 "' my f x BLACK CULTURE CLUB ROSTER: Trecia Scott, Fernando Forbes, Robin Hill, Chris Wiggins, Jimi Gatlin, Sha- ron Daughtry, Kenny Hayden, Sandra Nixon, Loletha Leaks, Renee Parker, Cuprice Anthony, Wendy Drake, Brigitte Comer, JamesJohnson, Keith Barnard, Tracy Barrow, Calvin James, William Philips, Lynn Freeman, Sharon Brown, Cynthia Williams, Francine Zollicoffer, Judy Nixon, Jerry Miller, Judy Rouse, Leroy Miles, Sharon Miller, Sheila Cason, Keith Ford, Phyllis Parker, Cynthia Parker, Iris Morgan, Myra Woodies, Brenda Smith, Kathy Johnson, Warnell Garrett, Milton Gregory, Landie Olds. The Black Culture Club was formed with the idea that there was a need for healthy relation- ships among students, black and white. The club's goal was to promote group integrity and bet- ter understanding between stu- dents. The club, opened to any- one who was interested, planned to hold its annual dance, had a Halloween candy count, and had many community service projects. t es-l Homecoming parade, and held a The Naval junior Reserve Of- ficers Training Corps is designed to instill leadership ability, na- tional pride, and an understand- ing of the U.S. Navy in high school age men and women. These goals are achieved through a militarily structured chain of command within the corps. The company command- er, Cadet LCDR Neal Williams, oversees the staff of cadet offi- cers who actually run the corps. Extra-curricular activities such as Competition Drill Teams, Col- our Guards, and Rifle Teams are also under the command of cadet officers. All of these activities plus many field trips and cruises aboard Navy ships were coordi- nated by Cdr. R.C. Lackore and Chiefjj. McCarron, who have devoted much time and effort toward the NJROTC unit and have contributed immensely to its success. ..Aag4L.... . LL --uw i"' ' COMMAND STAFF: Cadet LTJG Frank Daly, Cadet LCDR Neal Williams, Cadet LT Matthew Merriman. JROTC RIFLE TEAM KNEELING: Clyde Blackwell, james Gage, Rene Cherry, Lynne Ober, C.O. jeff Bowden, Craig Herrick. FIRST ROW: Lewis Meeks, Dave Hoffner Donna O'Brien, Willhemina McPherson, Robert Hill, JoAnne Kist, Ann Cassidy, Angie Chatman, joanie Rodenhizer. SECOND ROW: Mike Swindell Mathew Merriman, Neal Williams, Allen Lashbrook, Raymond Workman, Kevin Burke, Gulling Haynes, Janelle Eldridge, jeff Whyte, Judith james Cheryl Ward, Debbie Copeland. MEN'S DRILL TEAM: FIRST ROW: C.O. Bob Drake, jeff Bowden, Robert I-Iill, Dave Hoffner, Craig Herrick, Chris Snowden. SECOND ROW: Matthew Merriman, Lewis Meeks, Gulling Haynes, Raymond Workman. .1 MENS PLATOON: KNEELING: Sam Rockwell, Richard Strickland, Chris Snowden, james Gage, Allen Lashbrook, Kevin Burke, Cornell Freeman, Michael Penny. STANDING: Kalan Kahler, Clyde Blackwell, Mike Swindell, Mike Peele, Mark Been, jeff Whyte, Walter Nowlin, Donald Walker. J -wg: The Chess Club under its new sponsor, Mr. Swann, got together every Tuesday afternoon to play chess. All members were ranked and a team was selected to play other schools. A tournament open to the whole school was also planned. lless The Aerospace Club enjoyed another fulfilling year with the help of their sponsor, Mr. Hoskins. Among the club's activities were visits to airfields and model building. The club also studied training films. A visit to the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. ended the year leaving the members with a feeling of accomplishment. If I W Nl -1 1 , "bf 4: QC' i CHESS CLUB: FIRST ROW: Geoff Wolfe, Herb Velsor, President Tom Nimitz, Bill Crawford. SECOND ROW: Pat Coffey, Gina Shukis, David Wheeler, Mr. Swann, Billy Torbush, Jerome Schaum, Stephanie Bunting, Brian Wilson. ERospAcE AEROSPACE CLUB: Mr. Hoskins, Bill Crawford, Bob Moe, Mark Bennardo, Frank Daly, David Wright. Mlli .M B 'I' CII ICJ .J- u I3 H' gf I s 'i FBLA: FIRST ROW: Historian Melanie Thompson,joy james. SECOND ROW: Donald Walker, Parliamentarian Donna White, Tina Hall, President Kathy Brinkley, Theresa Whitbred, Melanie Tillet, Laura Fernandez, Valerie Nichols, Secretary Sharon Henderson. THIRD ROW: Treasurer Patti Price, Janet Brinkley, Donna Hull, Holly Wall. FOURTH ROW: Michele Shay, Kathy O'Brien, Vice-President Linda Fichter, june Buckner, Kathy Gaines, Beth Holloway. FIFTH ROW: Beth Knaus, Kathy Kellam, Marie Bonelli, Kelly Manning, Lourdes Medallada, Helen Rice, Susan McQuillin. SIXTH ROW: Vicky Watts, Cathy Hughes, Lisa Harrill. FBL --VICA VICA: SITTING: Steve Erhardt, President Sinai Sacladan, Lee Wood, Reporter Sarah Beveridge, Parliamentarian Les Bradshaw, Keith Barnard, David Grainger. KNEELING: Dan Nolte, Robert Lang, Mark Thompson, Charles Nissen, John Parker, Tim Hart. STANDING: Mr. Combs, Bill Patterson, john Mills, Robert Weinzerl, Lisa Harryman, Mike Scearce, Margaret Motyca, Bill Mason, Quentin Olds, Gail Hill. Future Business Leaders of America is an international organization which prepares students to enter the world of business. Members attended Regional Conventions at various Virginia College campuses where competitions are held in office skills. Social projects for this year's club included a visit to the MediCenter during the Thanksgiving Holidays, and sponsoring a Christmas Party for King's Daughters Hospital. Fund-raising activities were carried out enthusiastically because they finance the many trips during the year. Small Christmas gifts were sold for this purpose. Some members also attended a Regional Convention in Norfolk to elect officers for state offices. "In spite of our differences, we're all the same," is how one member described VICA this year. VICA stands for Vocational Industrial Clubs of America, and any student enrolled in the Industrial Cooperative Training program at First Colonial automatically becomes a member. The club elected its officers in September during a luncheon meeting at a local restaurant during fifth bell and attended the District Leadership Rally at Nags' Head in November. The club planned to develop a close working relationship with local industry to secure job placements for both graduating and future VICA students and sponsored an employer-employee banquet in the spring. The goal of preparing leaders for the world of work gives members of VICA a common bond. ac x ties -19' MEI hombre quien tiene dos lenguas, tiene dos almasf' The man who has two languages has two souls. The First Colonial High School Spanish Club is established to bring about a greater knowledge and awareness of the Spanish language and of the customs of the Spanish-speaking peoples. Through activities and projects, the club reached for this goal. Holiday Fiestas and celebrations led to an understanding of Spanish and Mexican-cultures. Fund-raising activities provided money for a trip in the spring. These activities included car washes, bake sales, the annual Christmas Bazaar, and selling hot chocolate before school. Under the helpful guidance of Mrs. Hope Gilbert and Mrs. Cira Griffith, the club managed to create another year of zest and fulfillment for all students involved. ,PI-Z, The Spanish Club participates in the parade. 2 SPANISH CLUB: SITTING: Treasurer Sarah Snapp, President Cindy Wermers, Secretary Lori Hodge. SECOND ROW: Mary Travis, Richard Hooker, Dana Darden, Karen Hoel, Tricia Hankley, Chrissie O'Connell. THIRD ROW: Susan Lamb, Carroll Hugerhloy james, Lori Chutter,Vicki Kigerl, Kass Canada, Caron Duff, Kathy Mitchell. FOURTH ROW: Sponsor Ms. Hope Gilbert, Rene Parker, Elena Woodard, Laura Hall, Heather McHugh, Steve Phelps. FIFTH ROW: Marie Engel, Ken Storbeck, jeff McAlheney, john Rogers, Mike Gleason, joe Taylor, Mark White, Bill Ballard Laura Fernandez, Susan Karvala, Becky Griffin, Teri Clark, Toni Clark, Monette Dail, Sponsor Mrs. Montesano. SIXTH ROW: Raymond Toupin, Charles McCanna, Peter Schleck, Scott Turnbull, Allison Gonzales, Billy Councill, Lynn Ironmonger, Tracey Barrow, Amy Boyd, Beth Knaus, Brian Morris. SpANis O62 I gli, President Cindy Wermers and Lori Hodge enjoy the ride. LEIIIA FRENCH CLUB: SITTING: Secretary, Bettie Reader, President, Karen Reeks, Vice-President, jan Mallisong Treasurer, Jeanne Page Preston. KNEELING: Tom Cross, Craig Gallagher, Robert Pearsall, Rives Hall, Delite Ackels, Heather Krantz. FIRST ROW: Ellen Love, Lynne Ironmonger, Adele Berny, Judy Peterson, Tricia Brown, Louise Seawell. SECOND ROW: Ralph Hutchins, Anne Smithson, Sue Lawrence, Sue Bean, jill Peterson, Liz Peterson, Chuck Best, Bryan Morris, Ellen Story. Rem: Gemvm .-Q, it, :Q H, GERMAN CLUB: KNEELING: Dave Schrenk, Lance Gonzales, Geoff Wolfe, Skip Haas, Erika Zauzig. SECOND ROW: jane Morgan, Jamie Wakefield, Amy Meyers, Miss Doerfler, Vice-President Elena Woodard, Mike Freed, Carol johnson, Marvin Fentress. THIRD ROW: jimmy Ashworth, Ronald Lilley, Treasurer Buffy Penrose, Tamra Brown, lgaine grass, Secretary Tracey Stowers, Mindy Moon. FOURTH ROW: jeff Rhines, Clay Culbreth, President Matt ogen o er. "Lavez les voitures!" Desperate to attain their goal of traveling to Quebec in spring, the French Club worked hard on a variety of fund-raising projects this year. Car washes, bake sales, and plant sales filled their Saturdays. Activities for enjoyment included a French pot-luck dinner for club members, and Christmas caroling for the holidays. As in previous years, the German Club sought to promote interest in the German language and culture. A spring trip to Busch Gardens was financed by car washes, a pen sale, and numerous bake sales. at ts-IM New this year at First Colonial was the Wrestling Club, sponsored by a new teacher, Mr. Miller. The club was formed to promote interest in wrestling and provide knowledge for interested young men. gf .lil Fix VQII gi ll alll 9 Ill! llll Ill WRESTLING CLUB: SITTING: Rick Strawbridge, Tim Drinko, Larry Lowton, Secretary Steve Romeo, Baker Mordecai Tom Bridges,Larry Samariva, jim Standing. KNEELING: jon Mitchell, Steve Long, Tom Apple, Al North, Greg Brainerd, Vice President Chris Taylor, Bob Edwards, joey Baggett. STANDING: Robert Parker, Sam Simmons, Tom Sullivan, Chris Snowden, Trick Standing Steve Rickard, President Rob Wenning, Ed Crittenden, Mr. Miller. RESTII q With a goal of getting themselves in shape, the new Conditioning Club met 3 days a week after school in the gym, and was open to anyone interested. jogging and exercises helped the members to participate in jogging sprees down the boardwalk, down 64th Street, and through Seashore State Park. The club sponsored an all-day bike trip to Knotts Island, and they made numerous trips to the new YMCA. The Conditioning Club succeeded in achieving its purpose by producing physical fitness within themselves and promoting it within the community. CONDITIONING CLUB: FIRST ROW: Tammy Arrington, Ann Broyles, Becky Griffin, Coach Lynn Hadley, Teresa Karnitschnig, Secretary Pam Smith. SECOND ROW: Katren Martin, Alice Smith, President Shirley Hadley, Beth Buchert, Helen Irby, Gina Pitrone, Craig Davis, Ed Southern. THIRD ROW: Lester Brink, Buffy Penrose, Leslie Karnitschnig, Vice-President Rowan Cooley. 200 F-Q-. its ,, .-Us , I 'Y 1 v"f Ili V ,r I' I omdmommc, 5 The Distributive Education Club had a busy year. One of the largest clubs at F.C., DECA students all hold jobs. This year I -Q DECA participated in a fall rally it as well as in Regional and State contests. ,AL lx 4 45 DECA sold towel linen calendars and Christmas candles in order to finance such projects Q """'-' if as a student picnic and an employerfemployee banquet. The First Colonial chapter of DECA has proved themselves because these students really work at their jobs. r ""'0lmvc1 '51 """l-up , 'sr' DECA OFFICERS: KNEELING: Historian Debbie Secrist, Parliamentarian Donna Kelly. SEATED: Reporter Gertrude Haynes. STANDING: Secretary jan Baskette, Vice-President Skip Walker, Treasurer Bill Kiley, President Norman Perry, Chaplain Cindy Hughes, Mr. Speelman. ECA DECA: FIRST ROW: David Consonery, Historian Debbie Secrist, Vice-President Skip Walker, jan Baskette, President Norman Perry, Treasurer Bill Kiley, Chaplain Cindy Hughes, Parliamentarian Donna Kelly, Dan Wilson. SECOND ROW: Beth Cole, jon Dobbs, Bobby Dozier, Pat Collins, Betsie Beam, Pam Cahoon, Jana Staton, Keith Traina, Mike Ricks, Mark Cumby, john O'Reilly. THIRD ROW: Cindy Baier, Denise Franz, jeff Emanuelson, Della Albury, Cathy Davis, Lisa Harrop, Richard Baines, Lee Simmons. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Speelman, Bill Franklin, Richard Chasse, Scott Moss, Richard Perry, Cindy Robeson, Holly Jennings. NOT PICTURED: Club Reporter Gertrude Haynes, Keith Barnard, Lisa Mitchell, A 'tes-FOI . -1 1' T wy- - .. f , vu' . ug 1' QI' . -- u-all .WTYC , S .JQ , IAA, The Patriot Marching Band and Colour Guard. Ad Proudly marching to the tunes of "Feelings" or "Greensleeves," the Patriot Marching Band and Colour Guard performed magnificently during football game half-times. Aided by the enthusiasm of Majorette Sherry Knight and led by Field Commander Rob Simon and Band Commander Carma Lewallen, the band also performed at the Neptune Festival Field Competition, the Indian River Band Competition, and the Apple Blossom Festival in Winchester. This year, 17 Patriots were members of the All-Regional Band: Rob Simon, Jeannette Weller, Mike George, Sidney Hymen, Fin Crowley, Sharon Waltman, Angelo Deloro, Pat Harris, Melinda Harris, Maria Mullen, and Doug Deets. In addition to qualifying for All-Regional membership, the following were eligible for All-State Auditions in Lynchburg: Matthew Turk, Marshall I-lall, Alfredo Delgato, Leon Smith, Carma Lewallen, and Cathy Clarke. ,W ff The boys in the band prove practice makes perfect. r'e"'r' flies 1 NME sl M Sh K h k th lf-r . . I . v , . s V . l I . 1 Ajomawe :---L--- md Ensemble ll Nfl! 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WILLIAM F. EDWARDS REV. AND MRS. RICHARD A. COUNCIIL MR. AND MRS. JOHN W. KELLAM CAPT. AND MRS. VINCENT L. KNAUS M. LARRY BLUM 3IR. AND MRS. FRANK L. HUERTA. ' I s ,. .:i,. , . ,.. 3. :'1.cyy'.:g,'f1t .l .J' ' Sluderx l e.x Acela, Tracy - 35. Ackels, Delite - 100, 109, 199 Ackerman, janey - 35. Adams, Lucretia - 100. Addison, Duke - 86. Adkins, Frank - 100. Agnew, Elisa - 35. Agnew, Laura - 100. Ailstock, jimmy - 86. Ainsley, Dona - 100. Ainsley, Theresa - 100. Akright, Dee - 86, 190, 191. Albertson, Mike - 86, Albritton, Paulette - 35, 187. Albritton, Stacey - 86, 95. Albritton, Tyrone - 35. Albritton, Vera - 100. Albury, Della - zo. Alexander, William - 35. Allen Allala, , Chuck - 86. Laurie - 86. Allen, Denise - 86, 192. Allen, Greg - 86. Allen, Katie - 35. Allen, Kenny - 100. Allen, Robert- 100. Alligood, Tyndall- 86. Allison, Laurie - 86, 153. Allsopp, Beth - 86, 188. Amsler, George - 35, Andersen, Andrea - 35. Anderson, Dianne - 86. Anderson, Ginnie - 35. Anderson, julia - 100. Anderson, Linda - 100. Anderson, Robbie - 86. Arranz, Michael- 100. Arrington, Tammy - 100, 162, 164, 200. Artrip, julia - 36, Artrip, Teresa - 86. Ashbury, Gary - 36. Ashworth, jim - 86, 199. Aubel, Dina - 86. Aucoin, David - 86, 149, 158, 161. Ault, Burr - 100. Baer, Richard - 100, 149. Baggett, joey - 100, 200. Bagley, Kelly - 100, Baier, Cynthia - 201. Bailes, Toni- 86. Bailey, Dena - 86, 91. Bailey, Marietta - 86. Bain, Margie - 86, 164, 166. Baines, Richard - 36, 201. Baker, Lana - 100. Balderson, Ridgely - 86. Ballard, Billy- 36, 168, 198, 184, 185. Belbusti, Teresa - 87, 190. Bell, Hunter - 37, 153. Bengel, Kevin - 37, 187. Bennardo, Mark - 87, 196. Bennett, Cynthia- 37, 169, 171. Bennett, Deborah - 101. Bennett, Susan - 37. Benson, Kathy - 101, 193. Bercaw, Barbara - 101. Bercaw, Bobby - 101, Berny, Adele - 87, 180, 199. Berry, Sandy - 37, 153, 169, 17 Berry, Tom - 37, 149. Bersing, Mike - 87. Best, Chuck - 101, 199. Best, Karen - 87. Betz, Brad - 101, Beveridge, Cindy - 87. Beveridge, Sara - 38, 197. Bibby, Lowe - 182. Bickenbach, jeff- 101. Billups, joy - 38, 193. Bishop, Michele - 101. Bishop, Terry - 38. Blache, Tammy -101, 183. Blackburn, Katie - 38, 24. Blackwelder, Mary - 38. 0,171. Blackwell, Clyde - 87, 194, 195. Blaski, Chris - 101, 110. Ballard, jeff- 100. Bankowski, Peter - 36. Barnard, Keith - 149, 191, 193, 197. Barnard, Kevin - 36. Barnes, Bruce - 36. Barnes, Bryan - 100. Barnes, Kathy - 100. Barnes, Pam - 36, 189. Barnes, Susan - 100. Barnhart, Karen - 36, 193. Barraco, Rita - 36. Barrow, Tracey - 100, 166, 193, 198. Andrassy, Greg - 86. Andrews, Mark - 100. Anello, Rick - 86. Angellata, Rob - 100, Ansell, Wally - 86. Anthony, Cuprice - 100, 193. Apple, Tom - 100, 200. Arellano, jessie - 100. Argabright, Michael - 100. Arman, Doug - 86. Armstrong, Susan - 36, 190, Armstrong, Teri - 86. Armstrong, Tracy - 100. Arnaud, Anne - 100. Barry, Eddie - 86, Bartee, Keith - 100. Baskette, jan - 201. Batten, Gaye - 86. Baxter, Paul - 86. Beam, Betsy- 101, 201. Beaman, Brad - 146, 149, 155,157. Bean, Brian - 86. Bean, Susan - 34, 37,199, 215. Beardslee, Terry - 168. Beasley, Rene - 37, Beary, Cathy - 101, 166. Beauchamp, Renee - 101. Bechman, Kathy - 101. Been, Mark - 101, 195. ,J xi r Mp 'qi . ' N. A H ix Q. ,..,.. y I A A. , Bloom, Debbie - 38. Bloom, Libby - 101. Blum, jody - 38. Blum, Yvonne - 38. Boesch, Barbara - 87. Boisselle, Guy - 101. Bonbright, Linda - 101, 193. Bone, Wynn - 87, 186, 191. Bonelli, Marie - 101, 197, Bonelli, Theresa - 38, Bonelli, Tom - 87. Bonner, Cathy - 87. Bonney, Brenda - 101. Booker, Frank - 87. Booker, Kim - 38. Booterb augh, Dawn - 38, 180, 185. Booth, Laura - 87, 181, 192. Borcher t, julian -101, Borjes, Susan - 101. Borland, Leslie -- 101. Bottelle, Debbie - 101. Boyd, Amy - 87, 198. Boyd, Cindy - 101. Boyd, Wanda - 101. Bowden, jeff- 38, 194, 195. Bracher, Susan - 39. Bracken, Lisa - 39. Lv- -Mun. its """l 'QQ Bradshaw, Les - 87, 197. Brady, Lisa - 39. Brainerd, Greg - 101, 161, 200. Braithwaite, Nancy - 87. Branch, Frances - 87. Branch, Melissa - 87. Braswell, Ken - 87, 186, 189, 191, Braswell, Trish - 101, 190. Braun, Richard - 101. Breast, jerry - 87. Brewington, john - 87, 189. Bridges, Tom - 101, 161, 200. Brignan, Sam - 39, 64, 152, 153, 180. Brink, Lester - 101, 200. Brinkley, Janet - 101, 197. Brinkley, Kathy - 39, 61, 180, 197. Brinson, Shirley - 39, 193. Bristol, Bill - 87. Bristow, Denise - 39. Brogan, Gina -- 101. Bronson, janet - 101. Brooks, Nina - 87. Brooks, Richard - 101. Brooks, Russ - 39. Bross, Elaine - 87, 199. Brown, Barbara - 39. Brown, Buddy - 87. Brown, Cokie - 101. Brown, David - 39. Brown, Doug - 87, 149. Brown, Earl- 101. Brown, Gloria -- 87. Brown, Richard - 87. Brown, Sharon -- 193. Brown, Tamra - 26, 87, 199. Brown, Tricia - 101, 199. Brown, Yvonne - 87. Brownell, Terri - 23, 87, 190. Brownley, Chris - 101. Broyles, Anne - 101, 200. Bryan, Cindy - 87, 95. Bryan, Clarence - 39. Bryant, Lee Ann - 39, 185. Buchanan, Ginny - 40, 178, 182. Buchert, Beth - 102, 164, 200. Buchen, Beverly - 87. Buck, Jan - 87, 169. Buckner, June - 87, 197. Buckner, Mary - 87. Bundy, Becky - 102, 164. Bunting, Stephanie - 102, 196. Burke, Kevin - 102, 194, 195. Burnetre, Cindy - 40. Burns, Lenny - 87. Burns, Robin - 102. Burrus, Steve - 27, 87. Burt, Debbie - 40. Burt, Susan - 102. Butler, Allyson - 87. Butler, Greg - 87. Bybee, Annabell - 102. Bybee, jennifer - 40. Cage, Tim - 40. Cahoon, Connie - 102, 193. Cahoon, Pam - 40, 193, 201. Cain, Cindi - 87, 191. Cake, Tom - 40. Caldwell, Paula - 40. Camp, Bob - 87. camp, Ed - 102, 149. Camp, Peggy - 102. Campbell, Greg - 40. Campbell, Ted - 40. Canada, Kass - 102, 198. Candelario, Robert - 102. Caraway, Sharon - 26, 41, 185. Cardwell, Al - 41, 168. Cardwell,,Donna - 102. Carey, Kyle - 87. Carlisle, Cathy - 41, 195. Carlson, Greg - 87. Carlyle, Winston - 41. Carney, Rick - 41. Carroll, Donna - 41. Carter, Cathy - 87. Carter, David - 26, 29, 41. Carter, lra - 41. Carter, Mary Kay - 102. Cartwright, Tom - 41. ' '5 'aww '-1948 if-. 5 Q Carver, Sam - 87, 192. Cason, Sheilah - 87, 153, 169, 193. Casone, Scott - 87, 168. Cassidy, Ann - 194, 195. Cassidy, Shawn - 28, 34, 41, 168, 182, 192, 215. Cather, Chris - 102. Caron, Chris - 28, 41, 179, 186. Cavitt, David - 39, 41, 146, 149, 181. Cehrs, Leslie - 41. Ceteras, Sarah - 41, 180, 190, Ceteras, Seth - 88, 90, 192. Chamberlain, Rich - 88. Chambers, Annie - 102. Chapman, David - 102. Chapman, Robyn - 102. Charlton, Barry - 26, 42. Chasse, Richard - 88, 201. Chasse, Robert - 102. Chatman, Angie- 102, 194, 195. Cheney, jim - 42. Cheney, Rhonda - 42. Cheney, Robin - 42. Cherry, Rene - 194, 195. Cherry, Theresa - 88. Chesnut, Linda - 88, 193. Childress, jeff- 88. Christie, Anna - 42, 78. Chutter, Laurie - 102, 198. Clareson, Tom - 102. Clark, Anne - 88, 192. Clark, Bill- 102. Clark, Tami- 101, 102, 166, 193, 198. Clark, Toni - 102, 166, 198. Clarke, Cathy - 102, 202. Clough, Mike - 88. Coffey, Pat - 88, 196. Coffield, Mary - 102. Coffin, Frances - 102. Coghiu, Tom - 149, 161. Cole, Beth - 88, 201, Cole, jim - 102. Cole, Laura - 88, 193. Cole, Laurie - 42. Collins, Greg - 23, 88, 190. Collir1s, Lee - 102. Collins, Patty - 88, 201. Comer, Brigtte - 102, 169. 193. Compitello, Suzanne - 42. Conlon, Andy - 42. Conlon, jim - 102, Conner, Pat - 88. Connor, Gina -- 43. Consolvo, Paul - 102. Consonery, David - 201. Cook, Bill- 88. Cooksey, Tim - 102. Cooley, Chris - 88. Cooley, Lynne - 102. Cooley, Mark - 88. Cooley, Rowan - 102, 180, 200. Coons, Ray - 43, 149. Cooper, Andrea - 102. Cooper, Blair - 88. Cooper, jacki - 88. a.. ,ny ., ..,, . -4.-in.. if ffm ffgiizfwssz fi? if 3. 1ndex - 22 - ' ff? "Q : . Ii' 17,1 Tfflfj .1 V, 7.1.2.5 .lol ilijfii .:. 'C.'1':'1.' . 'sir .5L::.2'.5i .. .Q , ,... -- :.5.-xr. - 1 V----.,.... Q2 1371513 inf' : .5 LII-211- -1 1' 'f""' if 1:'zL:.Ff':.f '- 75 fs. f-if 1,gjff?:'5,. 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Coulsting, Robin - 103, 162, 163, Councill, Billy - 23, 43, 190, Coupland, Ellen - 43. Coupland, Mary - 103. Cover, Steven - 103. Cowell, Kent - 103, Cox, Lyn - 23, 103, 190. Craddock, Lee - 88. Craddock, Tim - 103. Cratch, Doug - 43. Cratch, Sharon - 43, 193. Crawford, Bill - 103, 196. Crawford, Herbert - 88. Crawford, Laurie - 109. Creekmore, Barry - 88. Crell, Joe - 88. Creta, Barbara - 88. Creta, Grace - 43, 193, Crigger, Kathy - 103. Crispen, Joe - 88. Crittenden, Ed - 103, 200. Crocker, Rob - 103. Cross, Carolyn - 88. Cross, Tom - 103, 199, Crosswhite, Jody -' 43. Crowley, Chad - 23, 43, Crowley, Fin - 103, 202. Crumble, Shirley - 44, 193. Crumlish, Lisa - 103. Culbreth, Clay - 88, 199. Cullipher, Lynn - 103. Cumby, Mark - 88, 201. Currant, Beth - 103. Curtiss, Tim - 103. Cutchins, Pauline - 88. Dail, Bert - 88. Dail, Monette - 103, 193, 198. Dail, Nerissa - 88. Dailey, Verdale - 103. ut' lx' v. ,1 1 s . .. '.nn,.A-g.. 11.4.- ,,,v,,wt . 4 e . ,W QSVIE? If -57.2 "' I... ,V 2, x,t'y5S' 1. sf., :J nga, ' 'MQ' I , , .nu . 1 . . , 4 :uh',, 3,4 . K: ', v, - r . ' . fc . . . Dailey, Vickie - 103. Daly, Frank - 44, 194, 196, 185. Daniels, Celeste - 103, 105, 153. Darden, Barbara - 88. Darden, Darden, Jenny - 103. Darden, Paul - 88, Daughtry, Sharon - 44, 193. we 1 N' 'gg-' "L 0 " Dana- 44, 186, 193, 198. 'NL s 0 A- .6 -rv Dixon, Susan - 89. Dize, Diana -- 45. Dize, Penny - 103, 193. Dobbs, Jon - 45, 168, 201. Dodd, Joanne - 89. Dollenmeyer, Jim - 103. Dollenemyer, Lynn -- 45. Dolson, Mark - 89, 149. Donovan, Richard - 89. Dormire, Lynn - 46, 193. Dorsey, Terrie - 103. Dorval, Chris - 89. Doss, Ann - 103. Dotson, Jeff - 89. Dough, Tammy - 46. Douglas, Janine - 103. Doummar, Richard - 29, 46 Doummar, Ronald - 103. Dove, Teri - 103. Davis, Becky - 88. Davis, Brian -- 88. Davis, Carny - 103. Davis, Catherine - 44, 201. Davis, Craig - 44, 192, 200. Davis, Diane - 89. Davis, Elizabeth - 103. Davis, Larry - 44. Davis, Lee - 103. Davis, Randy - 89. Davis, Sandra - 103. Davis, Vincent- 89. Davison, Lynn - 16, 17, 28, 45, 153, 165, 166, 181,184,187 Davison, Mark - 45, 76, 179, 180, 192. Dawson, Bill- 89, Debold, Howard - 103. Deets, Doug - 202. Delgato, Alfredo - 202. Delloro, Angeles - 103, 202. DeLong, Geri - 89, 169. DeLong, Tom - 45, 157. Demcheck, Pete - 103. Dempsey, Bill- 89. Dempsey, Jean - 103. Dennis, Mark - 149, 155, 157. DesRoches, Mark - 103, 149. DesRoches, Matt- 45. DesRoches, Michele - 89. Dickens, Mike - 103. Dickens, Terri - 45. Dickey, William - 45. Dickson, Leslie - 89. Diederich, Carol - 103. Diedetich, Denise - 89. Diggs, Sabrina - 45. Dines, Mary - 103. Dingwall, Kerry - 89. Dininger, Joni - 89. Dixon, Marc - 89. Downing, Bob Dozier, Jackie - 46. 46. Dozier, Robert -- 46, 201. Dozier, Sheila Drake, Robert Drake, Wendy Drennan, Leslie 193. - 46, 195. - 103, 193. - 103. Dreaper, Donald - 46. Drennah, Randy - 89. Drinko, George - 46. Drinko, Tim - 103, 200. Dryden, Ronald - 89. Dubose, Jerry - 103, 149. Dufault, Donna - 46. Dufault, John - 89. Duff, Caron - 46, 198. Dunn, Cari- 104. Dunn, Debbie - 89. Dunn, Ricky - 104. Dwyer, Mary - 47. Dyer, Bill- 104. Easley, Harriet- 104, -nr' East, Phillip - 104. Eaton, Donna - 89. Echols, Carol- 47, 182, 188. Eckstein, Karen - 104. Edwards, Bob - 89, 200. Edwards, Frank - 47. Ehrhardt, Steve - 89, 197. Eichner, Randy - 47, Eick, Marjorie - 104. Eidridge, Betsy - 104, 193. Eldridge, janelle - 104, 169, 194, 195, Elliott, William - 104. Emanuelson, jeff- 201. Engel, Laura - 104. Engel, Marie - 89, 198. Englehart, jeff- 47. Enlow, Dawn - 104. Ennis, Wendy - 104, 195. Erhard, Nancy - 89. Erhardt, Greg - 47. Erhardt, Todd - 104. Ermen, Kevin - 47. Ermlich, Art - 26, 89. Eshelman, Angie - 89. Eshelman, Cindy - 104. Esinhart, Brad - 104. Esposito, Ricky - 104. Estes, David - 104, 191. Etheridge, Karen - 104, 190. Etheridge, William - 89. Ettel, Chris - 34, 47, 51, 120, 180, 181, 215,29 Ettel, Greg - 48, 146. Eubank, Tracey - 89. Evans, Beth - 104. Evans, Mary - 90. Evans, Steve - 90. Everton, Carol- 104. Ewing, Debbie - 90. Faini, Steve - 104. Falkner, Cliff- 90, Fancher, Lyn - 90. Farinas, Fred - 104. Farrar, E.j. - 90. Farrish, Shelby - 90. Fasciocco, Tom - 48. Fears, Larry - 48. Felton, Louise - 48. Felton, Michael - 90. Fentress, Kim - 48, 186. Fentress, Marvin - 104, 199. Fentress, Tracy - 104. Fernandez, Laura- 104, 197, 198. Fernheimer, Steve - 90. Ferrell, Catherine - 104. FerreU, Natalie - 48, 184, 185. Fighter, Linda - 90, iso, 193, 197. Fields, Lisa - 90. Finn, Tim - 90. Finneran, john - 48. Fishel, Charles - 104. Fisher, Les - 48. Fisher, Robin - 90. Fisher, Terrance - 90. Fitzpatrick, Kathy - 90. Fitz-Randolph, Andy - 23, 28, 190. Flanagan, Mark - 104. Fleming, Antoinette - 104, 195. Flenner, Ron - 188. Flenner, Rise - 48, 66. Fletcher, Cathy - 104, 190, Florence, Tish - 104. Flynn, Bill- 104. Fontenot, joey - 90. Foote, Carrie - 90. Forbes, Frananclo - 90, 193. Forbes, jennifer - 49, 187. Forbes Leigh - 49. Forbes Lesha - 104, 213. Forbes Margo - 90. Forbes Randy - 90, 149. Ford, Keith - 49, 155, 157. 195 Ford, Kelly - 49. Foster, Martha - 49. Foster, Mary - 90, Francis, Patricia - 104. Franklin, Bill- 104, 201. Franze, Denise - 49, 201. Frazier, Keith - 104. Freed, Mike - 104, 199. Freeman, Charles - 90. Freeman, Cornell - 195. :rs-.1521-,:15r B LP .gi ' R Freeman, james - 49. GlbbS. B111 -- 50 Freeman, james - 90, Gibowski, Laura -- 91. Freeman, Lynne - 90, 195. Gibson, Eric - 25, 90, Frizzell, jane - 24, 49. Gilbffff. Mifk - 50- Ffizzgll, Jon - 90, Gilliland, TOTTI - 91, 149, 15 Furniss, Berkeley - 104. Gillifl. Joy - 50- Furnisg, Todd - 49, Ginn, Sandy - 105, 193. Giuffre, Liz - 50, 55. 185. Givin, Robert- 105. Glascock, Leslie - 49, 50, 186, 187, Glaves, Bruce - 50. Gleason, Mike - 91, 198 Gleason, Patte - 105. Gablinske, Naomi- 104, Glodin, Wayne - 105. r""'f."1-' L.. V ,, -3 1f,' fl"' l-'J vi I-J 5: :tal 'avi 32 'E :azz-2:-fr-If-I 955' :Zia Hi-'Ea '1-Iii :Zi Z4 151-f 1-2 1 1 '5 E-211 """F.' l-'-'ii' Fil'-' ""li.f 320- :EH ii.: 155-'..'-'fl' ' . "JI-' 521' -'-:fx 12:71 :Sri 5.1!-' " ' PSY: rL1fl.r51r"'."...-L' . , .,,n.. .. -- A , 1 1 f 1 5 i 1 ,'. ' ' , ' L 1132 42. .3 i 'Q , , on 'gum -.- I if 5, er- .- . .' V. xv. ...ii.a.r.,.. . ..'- Gaddy, Selena - 90. Gage, james - 104, 194, 195, Gallagher, Craig- 104, 199, Gaines, Heather - 104. Gaines, Katherine - 90, 197, Galway, Bob - 104, Gamba, Mary jo - 104 Gardner, jerry - 49, Garrett, Sally - 104. Garrett, Warnell- 49, 193. Garris, David - 91. Garrity, Barbara - 104. Gaspar, Sarah - 49. Gatli n, Deborah - 49 Gatli n, jane - 91. Gat1in,jimi - 104, 169, 170, Gault, Charles - 104. Gault, Liz - 91. Gavora, Denise - 91. Gay, Joyce - 91. Y page 17 . ...- ..Q'!'1'...:a 5 qg.. 1,195 Gentry, Bob - 104. George, Connie - 104. George, Michael - 91, 202, George, Ruth - 91 George, Troy - 49, 192. Gessner, Debby - 104. -nu- Godfrey, Bubba- 50. Godfrey, jan - 50, 153. Godfrey, Lynne - 50. Goggin, Kim - 50. Gokey, Debbie - 105. Gonzales, Allison - 198. Gonzales, Lance - 51, 199. Goodman, Kelly - 105. Gorman, Chris - 105, Gosnell, Keith - 91. Goulatt, Cindy - 51, 18" Grabinsky, Shelly- 163, 16-1. Grainger, David - 197' Graves, Sherri - 91, Gravitt, Carlton - 46. Gray, Lynne - 91. Green, jerry - 105 Green, Kimberly - 91. Green, Tracey - 105. Gregg, Al - 91. 161. Gregory, Lisa - 91. Gregory, Milton - 51. 191. 195 Gregory, Paul - 51 Gregory, Roy - 91 Griffin, Becky - 105, 111-1, 198, 200 Grifli n, Meyer - 51 -ug Andi! I Yv- x 0- . 1 Qk'-' 13. , ...S A 'nf 'I' ,....-.,4'- " '-,ai-Z' i x 4 Q. Grimes, Albert - 91, 149. Grimstead, Sharon - 51, 169. Groceman, Debby - 91. Groh, Blair - 91. Gualeni, Linda - 91. Gunn, Mike - 51, 149. Gurley, Keith - 91. Guthrie, Debbie - 188. Haas, skip - 105, 199. Hackett, Barbara - 51, 165, 166, 180. Hadley, Shirley- 51, 189, 200, 185. Hairston, Chris - 51, 180, 193. Harrop, Mark - 91. Harryman, Lisa - 55, 197. Hart, john - 105, Hart, Tim - 91, 197. Hartman, Bobby - 53. Hartman, Steve - 105. Hartsell, Tim - 105. Harwell, Robin - 53. Harwood, Skip - 91, 155, 157. Hatcher, jean - 105. Hatchell, Debra - 53. Hatchett, Ambler - 91. Hawkins, Charles - 55. Hawkins, Mary - 105. Hayden, john - 105. Hayden, Kenneth - 53, 149, 193. Hayden, Yvette - 53. Haymaker, Wayne - 91. Haynes, Gertrude - 53, 201. Haynes, Gulling - 194, 195. Haynes, Pearl- 91. Hairston, Pat - 105, 157. Hak Hall i m,jeff- 91. , Laura - 24, 91,195,198 Hall, Marshall- 91, 98, 202. Hall, Penny - 91. Hall, Rives - 105, 191, 199. Hall, Suzy- 91. Hall, Tina -105, 197. Haltigan,-Iames -105. Hammer, Sharon - 105, Hancock, Matt - 105. Hand, Charles - 52 Handford, Alan - 105. Handford, Cathy - 52. Handrahan, Carol - 52. Handrahan, Glenn - 105 Hanigan, Scott - 52, 187. Hankley, Tricia - 105, 198. Hanley, Barbara - 52, 193. Hanley, joey - 105 Hanna, Mary - 105. Harbin, Bianka - 195 Harmon, Franky -- 91. Harmond, Andrew e- 52 Harp, Susan - 91 Harrill, Lisa - 105, 197 Harris, Melinda - 105, 202 Harris, Pat - 91, 202 Harrison, Burt - 52 Harrison, Lewellen - 52 Harrop, Linda - 55, 201 Hays, Euie - 55. Hays, Mike - 105. Headley, jay - 91. Headley, Peter - 91. Held, James - 105. Henderson, Sharon - 55. 180, 18 Henry, Al - 55. Henry, Holly - Hensley, Becky 106, 180, 193. - 106. Hensley, Nikki- 106. Hentzi, Debra - Hentzi, Geneen Heroux, Robert 106. - 92. - 54, 149. Herrick, Craig - 106, 194, 195. Hertz, jay - 92. Hesse, Katherine - 54. Hesse, Steven - 92. Hiatt, Celine - 92 Hicks, Leah - 92. Hicks, Yvette - 106. Higbea, Buddy - 106. Higginbotham, Dan - 106. Higgins, Kathy - 92. Hill, Gail- 92, 197. Hill, james - 106. Hill, john - 106. Hill, Robin - 195. Hill, Robert - 194, 195. Hinde, Roger - 106 Hissam, Rosemarie - 106. Hiteshew, Tim - 54. 6, 187, 197. 5. 1 a ," f Hodge, Lori - 92, 198. Hodkins, Bill- 92, 192. Hoebeke, Chris - 92. Hoel, Karen - 106, 198. Hoffner, Dave - 92, 194, 195. Hogendobler, Matt - 91, 92, 180, 183, 199 Hoggard, jeffell - 54. Hogue, Richard - 15. Holbert, Kevin - 54. Holcomb, Rob - 92. Holland, jim - 54. Holland, Langley - 54. Holland, Robert - 92, 149. Hollandsworth, Kay - 54, 185. Holloway, Beth - 92, 197. Holloway, Delphine - 55. Hollweg, Pam - 92. Holsey, Cleophus - 106, 149, 158, 161. Hooker, Richard - 106, 108, 187, 198. Hoover, Susan - 106. Horen, Brian - 106. Horen, Carol- 106. Horn, Dianne - 106. Houser, Donna - 106. Howard, jeff - 106. Howard, Kim - 92. Howard, PJ. - 92, 190, 192. Howard, Rene - 106. Howlin, jody - 92. Hryskani ch, yu - 92. Hubbard, Phil- 106, 149, 155, 157. Hudgins, Gregg - 106. Hudgins, jay - 106. Hudgins, Tammy - 55. Hudler, Debbie - 106, 193. Hudson, Bert - 55. Hudson, Brian - 92, 191. Hudson, Scott - 106. Hudson, Wayne - 55. 187. Huerta, Mary - 55, 181. Huffman, Brian - 106. Huger, Carroll- 106, 153, 193, 198. H ughes, 1-1 ughes, cathy - 191, 197. Cindy - 92, 201. Hughes, Craig - 55. Hughes, Hughes, Linwood - 92, Robert - 106. Hughes, Steve - 92. Hughes, William - 92. Hull, Do nna - 92, 197. Hulvey, Sally- 55. I-lumes, Broderick - 55 Hutcherson, Angie - 55, 79. Lewis Kirby, David - 58. Humes, DeCarlo - 55. Humphries, jackie - 106. Humphries, Sharon - 106. Hunt, Valerie - 107. Hurst, Richard - 107. Hutchins, David - 56. Hutchins, Ralph - 107, 199. Hyatt, Tina - 92, 153. Hydar, Bill- 56. Hyman, Sidney - 56, 202. lllingworrh, Ronald -- 107. Irby, Beth - 92. Irby, Helen - 107, 200. lronmonger, Lynn - 92, 198, 199. Ives, Colette - 92, 190. Ives, Stacey - 107. Kamp, Stephanie- 107, 11, 187. Kamrad, Chris - 58, 187, 185. Kapetankis, john - 187. Karn, Mark - 58. Karnitschnig, Leslie - 107, 163, 164, 200. Karnitschnig, Teresa - 95, 163, 164, 192. 200. Karvala, Susan - 107, 198. Kauber, Craig - 58. Kavala, Wesley - 107. Kay, Craig - 107. Keating, Karen - 58. Kellam, Kathy - 58, 197. Kellam, Scott - 93. Kelly, Donna - 93. 201. Kelly, Richard - 107. Kemether, Robert - 107. Kemick, jody - 107. Kemmer, Bill -- 108. Kemp, Tim - 108. Kennedy, Dianne - 58. Kent, Kimie - 93, 186. Kerley, Mike - 150, 157. Kigerl, Vicki- 108, 193, 198. Kight, Terri - 108. Kiley, Bill - 93, 201, King, Chip - 58. King, Chris - 58, 149, 181, 187. King, Scott - 191. Kinsey, Arlene - 108. Kinsey, Walt - 58, 149, 193. Kinzie, Hon - 27, 108. Lewallen, Carma - 60, 169 202 Lewis, Bert - 109. Lewis, Cecelia - 60. Lewis, Crystal- 109. Lewis, David - 94, , Leshia - 109. jackson, Alison - 92. jackson, Becky - 107. jackson, Darnita - 56. jackson, David - 46, 56. jackson, Steve - 92. jackson, Tim - 92. jacques, Brenda - 92, 165, 166. jacques, Donna - 56. jacques, Rodney - 107. james, Calvin - 191, 193. james, Debbie - 107. james, janet - 107. 1ames,Joy- 107, 197, 198. ja.mes,judith - 107, 194, 195. jefferson, Bill- 92. jenkins, Maria - 107, 195. jennings, Donna -- 193. jennings, Hollie - 56, 201. jessie, Robin - 107. jett, Andrew - 56. jett, Stephanie - 107, jeziorski, Ken - 92, 192, jimenez, Tony - 92. johns, Andre - 92. johnson, Anne - 56. johnson, Brenda - 56, 193. johnson, Carol - 56, 199. johnson, Clarence - 107. johnson, Gail -- 107. johnson, Gary - 92. johnson, Gary - 92. johnson, james - 56, 193. johnson johnson johnson johnson, johnson, johnson, johnson, r Kathy - 107, 193. Larry -- 57. Malachi - 57. Pam - 57. Patricia - 107. Paula - 92. Sharon - 107. johnston, Darcy - 107. jones, Andy - 57. jones, B ill- 93. jones, David - 57. jones, Debbie - 107. jones, Elaine - 107. jones, Emilie - 57, 187. jones, lnez - 93. jones Marc - 57. jones, Mark - 107. jones, Shea - 93, jones, Shirley - 107. jones, Vicki - 107. jordan, Alvin - 57. jordan, Celia - 93. joyner, Bunny - 58. joyner, jackie - 93. juarez, Lisa - 107. Kahler, Kalan - 58, 186, 195. Kirk, jeff- 59, 149. Kist,joAnne - 59, 194, 195. Kittrell, Bobby - 93. Kleintop, jon -- 93- Knapp, Lorraine - 93, 153, 162, 164. Knaus, Beth - 59, 186, 190, 197, 198. Knight, Ken -- 108. Knight, Pam - 26, 108, 193. Knight, Sherry - 101, 108, 202, 203. Knutson, Roxane -- 108. Kollmorgan, Andy - 108. Krantz, Heather - 93, 192, 199. Krueger, Marianne - 59, 185. Kuehn, Steve - 108. Kunkler, Phyllis - 108, 153, 193. Kyrus, Nick - 93, 180, 191. Lacks, Cheryl- 59. Inform, Mike - 108. Laine, Wesley - 93. Lamb, Mariea - 93. Lamb, Susan - 108, 193, 198. Lamb, Virginia - 108. Lamore, jim - 59. Iamore, Patty - 108, 193. Land, Neale - 93. Lane, Ed - 108. Iang, Robert - 59, 197. Langley, Alvin - 108. Lanning, Steve - 93. Lanum, Sherree - 59. Large, Al- 93. Larson, Kevin - 108. Larson, Roger - 93. Lashbrook, Allen - 93, 194, 195. Iassiter, Cheryl- 108, 195. Laurance, juli - 59. Laurance, Sally - 108. Lauro, Debbie - 93. Lavenstein, Terri - 59. Lawlor, Mike -- 109. Lawrence, Susan - 91, 93, 187, 192, 199. Lawrence, Tom - 109. Lawson, Chris - 94. Lawson,james - 109, 149, 168, 182. lawson, Leon - 94, 149, 157, 168. Lawson, Tim - 109. Leaks, Lolo - 109, 169, 193. Leaks, Vincent- 59. Lee,jacque - 109, 191. Lee, Stephanus - 94. Lehmann, Debbie - 94, 193. Lee, Tommy - 94, 168, 187. Leibowitz, Lynn - 109. Leibowitz, Neil- 94, Lessard, Lisa - 59. Letourneau, Steve - 94, Lett, Mike - 109. Lett, Pat - 60, 185. Lett, Rick - 109. Libbon, joe - 109. Lilley, Ronald - 94, 199. Lindblad, jennifer - 60. Lindsey, Diane - 60, Lindsley, Michelle - 109 Lineberger, Kevin - 109. Link, joan - 94. Linsly, Nancy - 109. Lodge, Beth - 94, 169, Lodge, jeff- 60. 4 '. H I f 'JW' ,. K1 ,xx fl lflifil' 1 , If 1 1 .11 Loiertio, Cathy- 109 Loizou, George - 94. Loney, Matt - 94. Long, Angela - 109. Long, Sandy- 94, 188, 192 Long, Steve - 109, 161, 201 Longley, Pat - 94. Lottman, Nancy - 24, 60, 1 Love, Ellen - 94, 199. Lovering, Ginger - 94, 155 Lowery, Forde - 109, 149. Lowton, Larry - 109, 200. Luhring, Ricky - 60. Lukei, Debbie - 60. Lukel, Rick - 109 Lyons, Bart - 94. MacDonald, Lori - 94. J. e5,1c,o,1t17,1as. r, , - -,uw ,K . ir- .D Mahanes, Alan - 60. Majewski, john - 94. Malbon, David - 94. Mallison,jan- 94, 180, 185, 187, 199 Manning, Kelly - 109, 197. Mapp, jay - 94, 149. Mara, Corky - 94. Marable, Ned - 61, 28. Marcrum, JoAnne - 61. Markman, jeff- 94. Markowski, Vicki- 109, 187. Marlow, Lisa - 109. Marshall, Doug - 61. Marshall, Leslie - 61, 81, 178,182 Marshall, Kevin - 109. Martin, Bob - 94. Martin, Carole - 61. Martin, Cindy - 26, 61. Martin, Dale - 94. Martin, Greg - 109. Martin, Kaytren - 109, 164, 200. Martin, Rick - 109. Martin, Robert - 94. Martin, Sharon - 109, Martines, Greg - 109. Martino, Gail- 109. Mason, Bill -197. Mason, Danny - 149, 157. Mason, Freddie - 94. Mason, Kim - 94. Massa, Lisa - 61. Massa, Nancy - 94. Masters, Tommy - 94. Mayhugh, Becky - 95. Maynard, Cheryl- 95, 193. Maynard, Ed - 61, 191. Mayo, Patty - 109. McA1haney, jeff- 61, 198. McBride, Ellen - 109. McCanna, Charles - 95, 198. McClintock, Scott - 109 McCloud, Chris - 95. McComas, Robin - 109. McCraw, Melinda - 26, 110. McCulloch, Anthony - 95, McDaniel, Martha - 110 McE1lig0tt, Brian - 95. MCEll18OI!,Jlm - 110. McFall, Sandy - 61, 190, 29 McGruder, jon - 61, 66, 157.18128 McGuire, Laurie - 61, 180, 181, 188, 185 McHugh, Heather - 95, 187, 198. McKay, William - 95, McKee, Tom - 110 McLeod, Cheri- 95. McLeod, jim - 110 McManus, Craig - 61, 62, 190. McNaught, Karen - 62, 180 McNaught, Richard - 95. McQuil1an, Susan - 95, 197. McPherson, Wilhemina- 62, 194, 195. McRee, Carter - 110, McRee,Gr1ff- 62. MCSwa.in, Lisa- 110, 182. McTague, Suzy - 95. McTyre, Marsha - 95. Meadows, David - 62. Meadows, Teresa - 95, 190, 192. Medallada, Lourdes - 110, 182, 186, 191, 1 Medlin, Aimee - 95, 188. Meeks, Diana - 62. Meeks, Lewis - 194, 195. Meenan, Steve - 62. Meinecke, Almiecle - 110. Melbon, Norman - 110. Mellott, Wayne - 62. Melson, Rick - 95. Melton, Gary - 95. 180. Melvin, Teresa - 95. Mencini, jeff- 95. 97. ' P, 'MX gn at a ' V :J Q ,.,.-""' Y. "-""9111.,':-:,v1d',1'gx2 .. 1 . J . ' 1- J 1 -6" L! .1 1 'P 9' ,A g 7 3:- :f" gl V .v."" gi.-V Merriman, Mathew - 63, Merritt, Darlene - 95. Metz, jean - 63. Meyer, judy - 110, 190. Meyer, Manya - 63, 190. Meyers, Pete -- 63. Meyers, Amy - 110, 199. Midgette, Keith - 110. Miles, Leroy - 110, 193. Miles, Lorena - 110. Milius, Miller, Miller, Miller, Mitzi - 110. Barbie -103, 110, 153. Beverly - 110. Brenda - 110. Miller, Charles - 63. Miller, Cynthia - 95, 153. Miller, james - 161. Miller, jerry - 149, 193. Miller, jimmy - 110. Miller, Miller, Robin - 63. Sherry - 63, 193. Milliard, Renea - 110. Mills, Jeff- 95, 149. Mins, john - 65, 197. Mills, Sherri- 95. Minter, Don - 110. Mires, Vanessa - 63. Mitchell, David - 63. Mitchell, Harold - 95, 192. Mitchell, john - 95, 192. Mitchell, jon - 110, 200. Mitchell, Kathy - 95. Mitchell, Kathy - 110, 187, 190, 198. Mitchell, Lisa -' 110, 201. Mizelle, Diane - 110. Moe, Bob - 110, 196. Moffett, Diana - 95. Monroe, Lee - 110. Monroe, Scott - 63, 149. Montgomery, Betsy - 63, 185. Moody, Angell nna - 110. Moody, Suzanne - 26, 63, 190. Moon, Glen - 95. Moon, Moore, Moore Moore Moore Moore Mindy --110,153,199 Amd - 64. David - 64, 154, iss, 157. ,Jody - 26, 110, 190. Louis -- 110. Marianne - 95. Moore, Moore, , Traci- 64, 186. Thomas - 95. Mordecai, Baker - 110, 161, 200. Morgan, Guy - 95, 155, 156, 157. Morgan, Iris - 64, 193. Morgan, jane - 64, 187, 199. Morgan, Kelly - 110. Morgan, Sam - 110. Morgan, Vincent - 64, 180, Morrill, William - 110. Morris Morris Morris Morse, Annette - 64, 195. Morris, , Brian - 23, 110, 190 Morris, , Paul -1l0,187,190. , Stephanie - 65. Kevin - 64. Pam - 110. Morse, Robert - 65, 192. Morse, Stan -- 65. Moscoffian, Karen - 110. Mosley, Paul - 95. Mosely, Ty - 110. Moss, Cindy - 65. Moss, Tammy - 110. Moss, Scott- 201. Motyca, Margaret - 95, 193, 197. Muka, Kathy - 26, 95. Mullaney, jean - 65. Mullaney, Karin - 95, 166. Mullen, Patricia - 65. Mullen, Wanda - 26, 65, 202. Muller, Karen - 110. Mulloy, David - 111. Mundy, Dawn - 65, 180, 187, Munson, Jana -- 111, Murphy, Carolyn - 195. Murphy, Myra - 95. Murrell, Howard - 95, 192. Myers Myers , Dale -111. ,Joyce-111. , Karen - 65, 76, 178, Myers Myers Kay - 95. Myers, Ricky - 95. Nabors, Noel - 23, 95. 185, 194. 195. , 198, 199. 180, 182. .,v...,- I' ' he,-sw-r'H Nagg, David - 95. Nagg, Susie -111. Nagourney, Bruce - 95. Napier, Robert - 96. Napolitano, john - 96. Nash, Liza - 65, 188, 193. Navarre, Patricia - 66, 193. Nayak, Pat - 27, 86, 96, 180, Neale, Ronnie - 96, 187. Neelley, Chuck - 96. Neely, Steve - 111. Newell, Archie - 111, Newton, Larita - 193. Nichols, Keith - 96. Nichols, Valerie - 111, 197. Nickerson, Chris - 96. Nimitz, Tom - 66, 192, 196 Nissen, Charlene - 111, 191. Nissen, Charles - 96, 149, 161, 197. Nixon, julia - 66, 193. Nixon, Sandra - 193. Nock, Keith - 111. Nolte, Dan - 197. Wfff, tp' 1,1-4 Noltie, Twinkle - 111. Norrington, George - 66. North, Al-111, 200. Norville, Karen - 66, 153. Nosay, Buddy -111. Nosay, Rendia - 66. Nowlin, Walter - 195. Oakley, Mark - 66. Oaksmith, Kerry - 66. Ober, Lynne - 66, 194, 195. O'Brien, Cathy - 111, 193, 197 O'Brien, Donna - 96, 194, 195 O'Brien, Tori - 96, 166. O'Connell, Kathy - 66, 152, 15 O'Conn11r, Chrissy - lll, 198, Odom, Kevin - lll Olcxorman, jenny -- 67 Olds, Alfred - 96, Olds, Allen - 111. Olds, Douglas - 111 Olds, Eric - 67, Olds, E rnest - 96 Olds, Ga1l-- 67. Olds, Gregory - 111 Olds, Landie - 96, 195, 195 Olds, Quinton - 67, 197 Olds, Theresa - 67. O'Neal, Charles -- 96. Onhaizer, Doug - 111, 149. Onhaizer, Rusty - 96, 155, 157. O'Re1lly, Erin - 111. O'Re1lly, jon - 201. Osberg, jan - 26, 96. 192. Osmore, Brian - 96 Overton, Cheryl- 67. Owen, Audie - 111. Owen, Keith - 96. Perkins, Scott - 69, 146, 149. Perry, john - 96. Perry, Michelle - 111, 193. Perry, N orman - 69, 201. Perry, Richard - 201. Perry, Russell - 96. Peters, Mark - 111. Peterson Peterson Peterson ,jill - 96, 192, 199. ,judy - 96, 192, 199. ,112 -111,192,199 Petretto, Robin - 69. Petroff, Nancy - 111. Peverall, Cheri - 96. Peyton, Wayne - 96. Phelps, jack - 97. Phelps, Steve - 111, 198. Phillips, Donald - 111, 149. Phillips, Elbert - 97. Phillips, Eldora - 193. Phillips, Lee - 97, 149. Phillips, Willy - 149, 193. Philpot, Lynette - 69. Pinner, Steve - 69. Owen, Martha - 28, 67, 152,155 Owens, Bob - 96. Owens, Candi - 96. Owens, Claude - 67, 73. Owens, Sharon - 111. Paasch, Tim - 96. Paganelli, Pam - 68. Pirko, judith - 69. Pitrone, Gina - 97, 164, 200. Pitrone, Rocky - 111. Platt, jamie - 111. Poe, john - 97, 147, 149. Points, jean - 111. Pontes, Bill- 69. Potter, Becky - 111. Potter, Cathy - 69. Potter, jane - 94, 97. Powell, Candy - 97. Powell, jeff- 23, 26, 96, 190. Powell, Ryan - 69. Pownall, Cindi - 111. Pownall, Melanie - 70. Pownall, Twila - 70. Preston, jeanne Page - 111, 199. Pagano, johanna - 68, 186, 190. Palmer Palmer Palmer , Debbie -111,191 ,Kim - 96. , Suzy - 68. Palmer, Wanda - 68. Palmer, Whit - 111. Pankiewitz, jimmy - 68, 189. Pappas, james - 111. Parker, Cindy - 68, 155, 169. Parker, john - 68, 197. Parker, Lisa - 68. Parker, Pat - 111. Parker, Peter - 111. Parker, Phyllis - 111, 193. Parker, Rene - 195, 198. Parker, Robert - 111, 200. Parker, Terri- 111. Parks, Bill- 26, 96. Parramore, Michaela - 96, 189. Partin, Cindy- 111. Pasqualino, Caroline - 111. Pasquali no, Pat - 96. Patterson, Grace - 68. Patterson, Patty - 96. Patterson, Steve - 111. , ,-.,,.,,f4 -1 5... . . ,,l"" Q Preston, john - 97 Price, Cindy - 70 Pr1ce,Patu- 70, 197. Price, Sanford - 112. Priolo, Karen - 112. Priolo, Wendy - 97 Purvis, Charles - 191 Pyle, Allen - 97. Pyle, Pam - 29, 70, 155 Quigley, Wendy - 70 Rabe, Mike - 97. Rabey, Wade - 97. Rack, Ed - 70. Radford, Michelle - 112, I l 182,184,185 l 1 I 187. , Q Paul, Andy - 68. 1' Paul, Susan - 96 Payne, Cheri - 96, 189. Payne, Chuck - 111. Peale, jim - 111. Pearsall, Robert - 111, 199. Peck, Steve -111. Peele, Mike - 96, 195. Pender, Susan - 68. Pendergraft, jenny - 68. Penner, Mary Beth - 69. Penny, Penny, Dwight - 69 Michael- 101, 111, 180, Penrose, Buffy - 96, 164, 192, 199. ar--A-.Inav up -.. .1 -Y ... -,.,--1.1 .x -.1 a--.1-ur-fi-- t n- -uw - Rahnema, Kim - 97. Ramsey, Bill - 112. Ramsey, Danny - 112. Ramsey, Debbie - 70. Rats, Teresa - 1 12. Rau, Janet - 97, 188. Reader, Bettie - 97, 199. Reagan, Jerome - 1 12. Reavis, Jack - 1 12. Redd, Rene - 97- Redford, Linda - 112. Reeks, Karen - 97, 189. 199. 1 Reeks, Missy - 70, 180, 28, Reese, Mike - 97, 192- Regan, Tyce - 70. Reger, Dwayne - 112. Reiber, Mark - 112. Reiber, Pam - 71. Reichholf, Charles - 71. Reise, Kathy - 71. Remington, Russell - 97. Renstrom, Mary - 1 12. Revolinsky, Richard - 1 12. Reynolds, David - 71. Rhines, Dale - 71. Rhines, Jeff- 112, 199. Rice, Helen - 195, 197. Rice, James - 71. Rice, Robin - 166. Richardson, Charles - 97. Richlie, David - 112. Richlie, Sharon - 71. Rickard, Steve - 200. Riddick, lnez - 112, 195. Ricks, Mike - 201. Riddick, Wanda - 112, 191. Riddick, Wilbur - 7 1. Riesenberg, Bill - 112. Riggs, Leisa - 97. Rigolo, Jon - 97. Riley, Joe - 112. Riley, Linda - 71, 185. Riley, Michael- 112. 84, 185, 189. Riley, Tom - 112. Rippel, Bill- 71. Rish, Bobby - 112. Rish, Monty - 71. Rivers, Scott - 97. Roberge, Marcie - 71, 185. Roberts, Jeff- 1 12. Roberts, Linda - 112. Robertson, Bill - 97. Robertson, Bonnie - 72. Robertson, Debbie - 112. Robertson, Doug - 1 12. Robeson, Cindy - 72, 201. Robinson, Holly - 97, 187. Robinson, Kenneth - 97. Robinson, Lisa - 72. Robinson, Pat - 72. Rockwell, Sam - 112, 195. Rockwell, Susan - 72. Rodenhizer, Joanie - 97, 194, 195. Rodriguez, Swanna - 1 12. Rogers, John - 23, 29, 72, 178, 181,182,190, 198. Rogers, Paul - 1 12. Rogers, Robert - 112, 106. Roland, Dan - 149, 112. Romeo, Steve - 97, 158, 159, 161, 200. Rookus, Cathy - 72, 192. Rosche, David - 112. Rossell, Jana - 97, 193. Rothrauff, Tom - 72. Roughley, Carol- 73. Roughley, John - 112. Rouse, Juliette - 73, 193. Rowe, Cheryl - 112, 186. Rubin, Steven - 112. Runkle, Harry - 112. Rush, John - 112. Russ, Rusty - 112, 149. Ruth, Vicki- 112, 192. Rutledge, Susan - 112. Ryan, Tara - 97. Rydell, Mike - 97. Sacdalan, Sinai - 73, 197. Salamone, Jeannie - 73. Salland, Scott - 73. Salmon, Janet - 1 13. Samativa, Larry - 113, 161, 200. Sampson, Cindy - 97. Sanchez, Karen - 34, 73, 215. Sanders, Davinia - 1 13. Saprito, Joe - 97. Saprito, Lisa - 73, 191. Saunders, Lisa - 113. Saunders, Lisa - 73. Sawides, Antigoni - 28, 51, 73, 169. Sawyer, Annette - 73. Sawyer, Gary - 113. Sawyer, Steve - 73. Sayers, Tim - 66, 73, 149, Scearce, Mike - 97, 197. Schade, Bart - 113. Schaum, Jerome - 1 13, 196. Schill, Keith - 113. Schleck, Pete - 97, 183, 192, 198. Schlossman, Tina - 74. Schmidt, Cathy - 113. Schneer, Rhonda - 97, 193. Schrenk, Dave - 113, 149, 199, Scott, Frecia - 113, 169, 193. Scott, Margie - 1 13. Scott, Tammy - 74. Scott, Thomas - 113. Scott, Wilbur - 97. Sears, Mike - 97. Seawell, Louise - 113, 199. Secrist, Debbie - 97, 180, 192, 201. Seibert, Dwayne - 97. Seiderman, Mark - 97. Seifert, Laurie - 113, 186. Sellers, Kim - 113. Sesler, John - 74, 183, 186. Sessoms, Barbara - 97. Settles, Mike - 74. Settles, Robert -- 1 13. -Q--Q, K Seymour, Cindy - 26, 77, 185. Sexton, Kathy - 113. Seymour, Amy - 113. Shaffer, Debbie - 74. Shaw, Linda - 74. Shaw, Tim - 113. Shay, Michele - 113, 197. Shelin, Randy - 113. Sherman, Betsy - 97, 180. Sherwood, Stephen -' 113. Shipp. Shipp, Short, Cindy - 113. Teresa - 97. Linda - 75. Shorter, Clyde - 98. Shukis, Gina - 75, 180, 186, 196. Shuman, Dana - 98, 192, Shumway, Judy - 113. Siegel, Sierra, Sieyes, Simas, Simas, Billy -98. Ed -113. Tom -113. Arthur - 98. James - 1 13. Simmons, John - 26, 75, 149. Simmons, Lee -- 20. Simmons, Sam - 200. Simon, Paul -- 98. Simon, Rob - 75, 180, 192, 202. Simpson, Julia - 75. Sipler, Jeff -- 75. Sjolund, Kevin -- 113. Skeppstrom, Tote - 7 5. Skipper, David - 113. Slattum, Kevin - 113. Slaughenhaupt, Debbie - 75. Slaughenhaupt - 98. Slye, Sue -113, 180, 182. Small, James - 75. Smith, Smith, Smith, Smit h, Smit h, Smith, Smit h, Smith, Smit h, Smith, Alice - 113. Annamarie - 26, 86, 94, 9 Ben - 75, 149, Beth - 98. Bob - 76, 183. Bobby - 76. Bonner - 98, 180. Brandon - 114. Brenda - 76, 193. Cathie - 98. "??s':- A . f H ii?5w.rvi!A.. ' 8, 180, 190. index- 231 , . .4 '51 is ., ., xii., "1 1. .. 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A.-1.:...5t.:.f-ra-: - 'v if-1 g,,"l'f5i!?'g1". , " zgx' -F i' Z 7- zgngil ,V S f sf' Y 7'J "i' 7' . :JJ V, YW L- e-'f v V ' W. , ' '11 1 . .-2' ' vi l.. 1 , -V1 . .G ' - .Af - 1- ' 1 1 ,F "iz ' -' '14 . " 13- Story, Ellen - 114, 199. Stowe, Sharlene - 114. Stowers, Tracey - 98, 187, 192, 199. Strange, James - 78. Stratton, Jimmy - 98. Strawbridge, Richard - 98, 200. Strawhand, Michael- 78. Strickland, Brenda - 98, Strickland, Richard - 98, 195. Strickland, Scott - 98, Strickland, Sharon - 98, 189. Strom, Martin - 114. Stroud, Jonny - 98. Sullivan, Mike - 98. Sullivan, Tom - 114, 200. Sutherland, Elaine - 114. Smith, Courtney - 98. Smith Craig - 98. Smith, Darlene - 76 Smith, Karen - 114 Smith, Kathi - 114. Smith Kevin - 76. Smith Lance - 98, 25, 187. Smith Leon- 23, 26, 202 Smith Mary - 76 Smith Nathaniel - 76. Smith Pam - 114, 200 Smith Ramsey - 98. Smith, Richard - 98. Smith Robin - 114. Smith Sandy- 114. Smith, Susie - 38, 70, 185. Smithson, Anne - 199. Smithson, Harry - 114. Snapp, Sarah - 98. 198. Sneddon, Janie - 76, 195. Snowden, Cheryl- 76. Snowden, Chris - 114, 195, 200. Snowden. Lynn - 114. SnuHi n, Missy - 98, 169. Swain, Cecil- 114. Swarztrauber, Heidi -- 98, 187. Swertfeger, Bill 98. Swindell, Mark 98. Swindell, Mike 114, 194, 195. Swindell, Paula 1 14 Swingle, David 114 Swingle, Kathy 114 Snyder, John - 114. Snyder, Karen - 77, 188. Southern, Ed - 98, 200. Southern, Thomas - 114. Spellman, Darlene - 77. Spellman, Tomacia - 77, 102. Spencer, Laurie - 98. Spinlts, Andy - 98. Spradlin, David - 77. Spring, Lynda - 29, 49, 77, 184, Spute, Jess - 114. Stahlman, Don - 98. standing, Jim - 114, iso, 161, zoo. Standing, Trick - 98, 200. Stanley, Beth - 114. Stanley, jennifer - 77, 185. Starbuck, Greg - 98. Staton, Jana - 114, 201. Talbot, Marianne - 98, 166. Tarver, Elizabeth - 114, Tarver, Margy - 78. Tase, Cheryl- 114. Taylot, Cherrie - 98. Taylor, Chris - 99, 161, 159, 1 Taylor, Denise - 78. Taylor, Jennifer - 114. Taylor, Joe - 78, 181, 198, I Stevenson, Pattie - 86, 98. Stevenson, Scott - 98. Stillman, Bob - 98. Stockton, Tracy - 107, 114. Stone, Jennifer - 77. Storbeck, Ken - 77, 179, 192, 198. Taylor, Judi - 78. Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor ,Julie - 99. Lee - 26, 78. , Russ - 78. , Teresa - 78, , Thomas - 99. Teachout, Jenny - 99 Tebele, Esther 78. Templeton, David - 114. Terry, Jill- 79. Terry, Mitchell 114. Terveer, Annette - 29, 79, 18 188. Theodosiou, Jack - 99. Thomas, June - 11-1. x , Thompson, Mark - 197. Thompson, Melanie - 114, 19 Thompson, Melinda - 192. Thorne, John - 79. Tickle, Bubba - 11-1. Tillet, Melanie - 11-1, 197. Tinsley, Joy - 99. Tolson, Patricia - 99. Torbush, Billy- 114, 196. Toupin, Raymond - 114, 198. Townsend, Karen - 79. Trafford, Cheryl - 99. Traina, Keith - 11-4, 201 Tran, Khanh - 99. Traub, Jeanne - 114. Travers, lsabelle - 1 14 Travis, Mary - 99. 198. Triplett, Jeff - 11-1. Triscrltti, Bill- 114. Triscritti, Dan - 79. 183. Trost, Joe - 79. Tuck, Steven - 79. Tucker, Annette - 11-1. Turk, Matthew - 99. 202. Turley, Wesley - 114. Turnbull, Scott - 114, 198. Turner, Robin - 79. Turner, Teresa - 114. Twiddy, George - 79. Tyler, Elizabeth - 114. Adam - 1 14. Umperovitch, Ken - 99. Underwood, Jay - 56, 79, 149, 192. Katherine -- 79. Shelly - 79. George - 1 14. Ward --101,114,183. Tom - 99. Deusen, Chris - 114. Van Loen, Nicole - 99. Loen, Rebecca - 114. Vaughan, Vickie - 80. Sherry - 99. Velsor, Herb - 99, 196. Via, joAnna - 80, 193. Volansky, Kim - 99. Voliva, Kim - 99. Vollrath, Margaret - 80. Waddington, Stewart - 80. Wade, Frank - 80. Wagner, jimmy - 99, 149. Wahrman, Debbie - 99. Wakefield, Jayme - 109, 199. Wales, David - 114. Wales, Larry - 80. Walker, David - 114. Walker, Donald - 114, 195. Walker, Donna - 197. Walker, Skip - 80, 180, 201. Wall, Holly - 99, 197. Walsh, Ricky - 114. Walsh, Russell- 114, 149. Walters, DJ. - 114, 185, Waltman, Sharon - 80, 202. Ward, Cheryl- 99, 194, 195. Ward, Glenn - 99. Wardrup, Ashley - 80, 189. Wardrup, jay - 99. Wareing, Tony - 158, 159, 160, 161. Warren, Paula - 114, 193. Washburn, Billy - 114. Waterfield, Gail- 115. Watkins, Beth - 94, 99, 189. Watkins, Laurie - 80, 195. Watson, Kathy - 26, 82, 191. Watts, Elizabeth - 115. Watts, Ray - 81, Watts, Vicky - 115, 197. Waynick, Randy - 81. Weaver, Chuck - 115. Weinzetl, Robert - 99, 197. Weis, Bart- 115. Weis, Brett - 99. Weller, Janette - 99, 202. Wenning, Barbara - 115. Wenning, Rob - 81, 161, zoo. Wermers, Beverly- 81, 181, 187. Wermers, Cindy - 91, 99, 189, 198. Werndli, Kim - 99, 198. Werne, Anne Mary - 115. West, Mike - 115. West, Paul- 99, 185, 192. West, Thomas - 81. Westberg, Cynthia - 115. Wetmore, Gayle - 81, 191. Wheaton, Deborah - 99. Whitbred, Theresa - 115, 197. White, Chuck - 115. White, Donna- 115, 190, 197. White, Mark - 115, 198. White, Rick - 81. White, Tracey- 115. .. W 9 Worth, Wright Wright Wright Wright Wright Wright eww Yantis, Young, Young, Young, Young, Whitehead, Darlene - 99, 183- Whiting, Cheryl- 115, 193. Whitely, john - 99. Whitton, Arthur - 99. Whyte, jeff- 99, 194, 195. Widgeon, Robbie - 115. -f-r,.,-..., Zottar, 'o A. ""-' -.. -' . K.? Wrenn, Wright, 1 r v Wright, Yeates, Zollicoffer, Ron - 39, Woodsmall, Maggie - 81. Wool, Anne - 115, 193. Woolard, Terri - 1 15. Workman, Ray - 115, 194, 195. Woroneski, james - 81. Worrell, Lawson - 81. Al- 115. Keith - 99. Andy - 115. Barbara - 115. Chris - 115. Curtis - 115. David --115, 196. Elenore - 82, 193. Paul - 82. Stephanie - 82, 192. Don - 99, 180, 182, 186, 192. Sara - 99. Anthony - 82. Becky - 115. Mark - 99, 149. Warner - 82. zrrrrzig, Erika- 99, 153, 169, 199. Zemany, Spandy - 115. Zerkle, Mark - 82. Zerkle, Tricia -- 115. Ziemba, Barbara - 115. Zirnheld, Cindy - 99, 187. Zoll, Robby - 115. Zollicoffer, Francine - 99, 193. 82, 146, 149, 155, 157 Wanda -115. , -f ,1.2,':,: , Q. - wiggrrrgcaivan-115,159,161. , " , 1-jffj-ir..-A ,gf . ' v ' 'Je- Wiggins, Crystal- 99, 193. :Q '21, ,, .3 -rf ' 2- xi' 5 V , ,"" Wiggins, Michael- 115, 161. 4 3.34,-iffy ggi ,F JF? """' ' ' 1 Wild,jerry-115. : 5' M 'J J: 1.325 i fjf- ,A .- Wilkins, Billy - 99. "Tj 4: Ll " ag' giiggfai . Williams, Carole - 99. 1172, -- E . Williams, Demetress- 115. , - 'Q-97: '15 Aj P: ,F Williams, Dora-115. lilly? 1.1 fi A -29-A-"Y Williams, moi- 161. W"'-f--,.,,,,'f-g',fxfa,L 1 f 91-'l7K'g9j 22-r'S-,,Qvi,. Williams,junita- 81. ' on-4-1 'I .V :fi-'fjg Williams, Michael- 99. 777 ' 'Q A 52' -f ij., T5 1. 55?-if Williams,Neal-194. - y-,k,2,- ,..-. 1 ,W,V.,v ,U ,kg-if 4"' Williams, Rhonda- 115. bldg ,Z-ff j ' 5 " . 'F?.Ei5g: ..:' Williams, srrrry- 115. 9 , .1 :F - , if r .1 ' in-'Q-1?S'5ff'A Wf"'moTe1f 193- A -- - -wr-1. r f Williams, Virginia - 81. A' u, . 1 Holi- .HPMXEZ Ll f:,.': .-3. , h ' ui Y Wilson, Brian - 99, 196. ' A , 'fri-1, ,333 -t',,,f 3: r I ' 'r V- Wilson, Cathy -115, 193. J" .9 - 735' gf"f I fri.-"-l. 5 .-' Q-. Wilson, Daniel-99, 201. ' ' 'fi 1' 2 gif.-reffi' . "C, .- ' . Wilson, Jeff- 99. 5 g , ff. Wise, Charlie- 115. Y ,fm . 'xg' 'F-lf' A ggngff' Witchey,james-99. . l -'ff 3? ' H ii' V 1 A Withers, julie-81. 'V 'Lf-,fm-v Q ,' '1f'r"' , w . .Q Wo1f,Noreen-115,187,195 . we ff, ff. - ' ' g , Wolfe, Geoff-115, 196, 199. f b , Q., -gf ,-4, ,i'r- "', '1 Wood, Bryan - 99. 1 A , bf' . I if i 1 . W09dfD0Ug-99' - '- -.' ' .. ' If ' - -IQ'-3-.' Wood, Lee - 197. , Q- ' 'U --- 'J' fp -- ',. i Woodard, sierra-99, 180, 198, 199. ' i " " 2- ? - - 1 L . Woodhouse, joselyn- 115. "G" iiii .' Q.. , . 5 '- Woodies, Myra- 169, 195. Woodruff, Reid - 99, Woodruff, Wendy - 106, 115. .f fy- .- f . s. v 1 -ew 1. ez. ln CX' A . - " fn- ' . -.irr-t. 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