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

 - Class of 1980

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C -f Z 'Pe' - 4 'elf K .605 , C jn40rQf 1 ,. 3 4 6, I Q' ' " 'af diff I ywf? .QM ' ff"0 ,I 2 L HIGH 5 3 TH me , ,969 CHUOL I ls ,S 7.0 CEl?TLcu -.. I I 7 FIRST COLONIAL HIGH SCHOOL 2 I 969 - 7970 THIS IS TO CEHTIFY THAT: 3 I 4 K I S A MEM ' OF THE i W H ST D P I I 1 U, EI7 E , C AT C - rl K Q-' ':5."c. 4. Pnfsfusur ' PRINCIPAL - 6 ' 7 O 9 I O It is very e.1sygwvwlfA:iJt, First - nial of tocilayi,fQbd"Eay that it h. Q ll -'K 41,4 ". ,ku-4 is changed over the last fourt : yearsg plfwsilfally the school changedfdrastically. A new 700 and a yiernodeled office are basigfjlly the only changes. However loqlisnett the people who tended this institution of learr1 7the CTHQHTFQEES are phenomenal, L.fQQ,ff',l Ailyvith most schools, Figstifolonial 'hadefdgo through the first'-fewfyears as 'That new school". If atflftude had two or three Vitfars it would been acceptable. But First Colo- this title for many years. For rs First Colonial was de- the area, while they same unreported at other be described local papers as thefdruga, N sw aft Y Q0 Colonial ing, not inating they were Emoy PATRIOTS" FIRST COLONIAL I-I. S SEPT ll I8 PRINCESS ANNE 25 BAYSIDE OCT 2 KEMPSVILLE 9 COX 23 CHURCHLAND 30 MAURY NOV 6 LAKE TAYLOR I3 KELLAM 20 GRANBY l WESTERN BRANCH HOME .,.. AWAY ., QW Q We 35 -I It X0 QXRST Cf M, T0 X Xl at C opening for 1 , gNp'm,4, Tc: wV'1l1e'T+' , . ' . ,M ' , v ' 1wn',n'o',,1'rNMf'w4l- " Inv.. -, 'H "w 'H N' F 'Nr gi N' Tw guimm y . A ' 'vm +I 'MA 'V' km' HANK' u:mgnww" Ue'Yrlu7 XM' .1 x1r'!XNNT.iUfiX '1 - :unix-. .YXXXVM V l ' V 'x'11, vvmiw'-gumr1.1:Il "'f.1..w w,+"N1N FUNTLU- w?fMffru11It'f, lr1xtv.11iuI.1 Tllyfx High NKMUHX www 'LI1IXTV1t'NTLI1ft'IW! win mr - urro f f,mTM 1rMK1w:1.1mlvF'lrN!Lm1' I 4 tm! mf tw. uhm M uihvr Nchcrmk f 'fgyf ' '33-4 .fi , j-Q12 ,1- ' ' ix 72+ ' 5,-I ' w,,,.,: 4' L .,., 13 , f 8 s 9 x"',' we 4 W v v .- gf., Nw ,,,, -sf all . ,, . 1, 12 , 9 Tk -...x 1 , '42 1 fa 'id "2 Xksxz YQ'-.X gg H 1 X 1 2' nf fwff' , -, '2.j3'c :'gQW+ 53. 5? f f A , Q M , - .MLA 4, I 1--ff. ,."s,4. - . ,.,.,'fq1.J-e " W Q3 ' 2:33-r , 9 ,, A, 'Ea . ' d fi 'agp .nn . , , -5. I3 qv-'ga .yu j.J5.I ,.,5,1 " f , . ,- ,'.,.,f, - 5" " rr ..'.-'.4'l'lf .. ' -A., ,.-. , 1 'ffT?ig'?M'.:i L-, f .11 yn: '.' .. - "A::ur,,1ff-fr-,H 'qrfvf-5: i.:.1Q.5.-. ' A . fm. 15.1 ' A .- '-fuzz. fr wr, V, f,a,"',Z,4- -fv,,5441' AX, V' fc ' AJ..-::4lf::.'1'J,:'-:"' 'I' ,-'.'J,1fr.-,Sf-L...-I., .- '...1f:' zzz- ' - ' ".--'.2fff1',V'f1,' f . 1- .. . , ,,... .A b , N lg ff L XiQ f ' s H LM 4' .Jx X ' 5 inn-rvvilif A rs 'O nm, A Q..-7 .4" ' 5. 1 1 ii ,X School life is busy and filled with many hours of work and studying. However this is what makes the year pass so quickly. The excitement of seeing friends or striv- ing for that "A" is only a part of school. There is always something happening at First Colonial. The many special activities that fill the year add to a more enjoyable and relaxed school atmosphere. The ac- ll" lllllli, Y 3 .1 ,1- , 5 eatures tivities include pep rallies, plays, movies, powderpuff football, and our unique Homecoming week, with the class com- petition, dress up days, pep rally, The Game, and of course the Dance. These activities and special features all are part of the school life we will have to treasure forever. 7 ffif J A ai .L-.. P . . , A' ' 'Y 1. L S I i I 1 ! 9 7 I 1 x 1' ,f . if n 1 Ti' --.x '31 Q. bb-5-D 1 1 P 77 affix' f Jw uf? , 00" uf" 4 wk 'F s 5 1 -Mai I .62 D Q fl S C 'ANR ul' I E I f I 1 . ation marks the he beginning of w, nr 'F ffb fb Y wfanzfggyh Y xv-Q 5 A M fx? ,X KN N , , 'J C? J, ,I . , ljlilff' X! 'il r ! ff N- rqff 4' , f! X 451 X 1 , dx fy, .....,., q...... . ,.,. .M ? i 1 G ke Obal takes th I for College E-ntr L k I K Taking Time Uut For Mother linuse ill if-xr x fa fi if L lv" ' 1 i 'limi' ll? l- i- I' 'l ill? 1 it ,.ll , t Ill? llluyllllllllwillllllllllllllllllllllll'"""lllllllwll'llllllllllllllf' - 1 ' Ml T l Z ' 'x W i .ia .xg y X The winning float was obvious null' If B, CE, I. I e ibn J - 155 X Ofl ml In 3 9Ol'ge af! D'S'th,L'q'G , dKim c special,'uches o Mother Co their own 1 - Qi 'AY 1 nu C,,.7 9, I is 1' 'Uv 'iv ,562 I realist is lit ' -M IU. ,T ij ,Q XX! Iii' ,rs ltgxlil I, I- E X ,MII 'V' 3'-F I 'B!!l'!-.ful . . I , V. U ' -. , . S, '.'Jm.:t-.,- ,ty X ' wi Y 248 ,G-.?5.gf2v'."ql Y, ' A -ff 5 V? The Conditioning Club pushes its way down Atlantic Avenue. On 9th and Atlantic lt all did begin, With floats, and glad people And clowns wearing grins. The shoe from the sophomores Was clever indeed, A blue and white Nike, A sign of sure speed. From butchers to bakers to Candlestick makers, The juniors did make with great ease. The winner was obvious to all that were there, With this float the judges were pleased. The float from the seniors As it passed by, told of three boys In search of stars in the sky. The band was all present, And many clubs too, French and Conditioning To name just a few. And when it was ended, And all the work done, The strip was a mess, but boy, we had fun! Q X. f A I 1 YF' - ir- ' W g- -' . --it-li, -yu L V ...Q .51 'M "' : 'vu I VI I l .. -W . V' .- -'--,ay I .I Vx'-..' : ' . 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The butchers, bakers, and Candlestick-makers of "Rub-a-Dub-Dub" appeared as juniors in disguise. The excitement continued to , mount, as the Sophomores were miracul- ously transformed intovthe children be- longing to the "Old Woman in the Shoe." But the excitement 'exploded as the se- niors arrived, dressed to-kill, -comp'lfete'i" with teddy bears and pillow fights. "Wy- ken, Blyken, and Nod"' had never experi- enced an adventure quite like this! V The competitive spirit of the classes was V unleashed in the highlight 'event of thlexg-lv' week -the Pep Rally. Rivalry ran higi1,2:1S'i "Z "5 the classes competed in such ieverits- balloon stomping and ice cream eatingf' - The enthusiasm and excitement of Spirit Week added new color to those favoritei -- old nursery rhymes. -The 'Land' of, Goose . . . we wi-ll always "L 1- :I:'.'.r'1::,rnj5Ej2,.T2'.:'l:6z'1? . H.ff,,,...4 --g.4.?..-..,.-,,, YOU- ' -. w- '7 V -' .-,..3gr..-'--f I-nsag-fS..a..,....p , . - A, , -A . ,..,,L' ..,, :-. .... -111 ua' .1f55'f.f2ff. ,-F?-255t:f:.ce 1 -- .'l'-'.-'37-if 51.735 if-7'-' '-J:-""5"ff-'A-. '-TQ, 54.-,.-, f,.4. - -fr,.,1..-.- 7,154 r,r,..4q ri f1?Q?qj13Ffii Q51 52.111 pig! Tj f 512 1 ',:,....,.:n,,-A -. 1.54: 4:7 , .,g-,.3.'Q4-V3.4 ' -- ' irq.. " .- - H . . ' 1. f -f'ff?.f: r V. .'f-S., - -1 152 .i-?:.2- 1' - 1.25542 - E2 'f l .'f,lg.-'5f,:gf7':f:-Il., . . . . . Y- .-f.- ,.. .tif Football player lim Perry displays his aggressive nature on a half gallon of chocolate ice cream. l b 3' ,-1-g,'55i:.':i"gi,:g," - i1?fi'f-37 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 ' fV5ff??.ai5' Even in the early morning hours, seniors Melvlna Moore and Sheila Staton display their winning spirit. U - 1 zzgjrigeggs A 4 'Lili , alfa-riflaat' '.:.a:1'f'::1 . -"ZJg7-Jig 1 If-f'i:1-UQ-2953-V, Pi' ......,Jf.. . ...A p. - 1 rf? . 1?f'LT2.:'tL ', 1-.gizjLE:.1'f::r, - 'fy-', 7"i.'.s'f.1f.- -,ja-'I.,,gfr':'gZl-A gf ' 'fgi?:f'5 . ,Q , '9?.r.' y.5'g.- fr, . .. , . . .. , ., ,Q 1-ffl' 'f 4918? 31.1" 5 J-1012" . " fl: f' .1--iEf5ijf,1'iHg' . !"' ' Homecoming was a time for the spirit in a school to emerge. The Seniors, juniors, and Sophomores showed this spirit in the pep rally, the parade, and the election of the Homecoming court. This year's court consisted of Sophomore attendants: Leigh Andrassy and Caroline Fleinek, junior at- tendants: Laura Dickson and Susan Peters, and Senior Attendants: Barbara Bersing and Margen Reed. The Homecoming Queen for 1979 was Miss jeanne Ciiuffre. As well as being "High School beauties," these girls possessed many other qualities. Leigh Andrassy and Caroline Fleinek were interested in model- ing and enjoy going to the beach. Their favorite winter pastime consists of "going -A 4 'QL 5 1 Q. , ' ,. H? H home and watching T.V." The junior Attendants were very active in school. Laura Dickson was the junior Class Treasurer and was responsible for the financial end of many junior Class projects. Susan Peters was active in another way. She cheered the Patriots to victory as one of the many talented cheer- leaders. As well as cheering, Susan was an outstanding gymnast on the Gymnastic Team. Margen Reed and Barbara Bersing both joined jeanne Giuffre in the Homecoming Queen race. Margen was voted the best dressed girl in the Senior class. Both girls enjoy the beach and were anxiously :TY Q "W awaiting graduation What can be said about the Homeco ing Queen that everyone doesn t alread know? jeanne Giuffre was the center o many activities in First Colonial She ha been a cheerleader for the Patriots sin her Sophomore year and is now one of i team captains jeanne has been an offic for her class involved in the S C A a an active member of the track team Bein elected to the Homecoming Court is n thing new to jeanne for she has been a attendant since her first year at First Col o nial Students couldnt have elected more beautiful and deserving girl a jeanne for their Queen !fT7l' Y. .4 I l I L I ' sei? c F 1 i i " Y Y i A Xi 5 Q 'it S . i md l 'X 4 . l ullri 1979 f"7'7' THQ? ' J! :AJ -I 43x 'zi- .agfe - I Y? .K 'alll v Z-VX' ' fl , '-L .11-. 1 fa- ' :ul . - Ft ' r as -K' ' r are r, ,Q 1. fr I X , ' f' ' ' p .fa -5 1 -.90 ' I ,- ,xl I. , L13 f "' BIIIUTS B . 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Mrs, Van IJ.i.rn, plan-fl luv l'XllIl llt-xx, lt'IllI!lISt vs ul xluulvr llt'lIllllN'S .intl tountlt-ss stllltirxullH'ryi1tlllllnfXlll1t' 4 r 2 1 Always concerned about getting enough to eat, Mr. Van Daan, played hy Bill Proteres, divises a new plan to steal bread from the cupboard. Linda George, as Margot, ConsoIeQ jenny Laslxo, as her mother, after another disagreement with Anne. tturtt K. I- dl! L C' ' gg , Q xx 5 ,-'- z 4-5' - ' PX ' 7' 1 . f r 6 .' I I vw .X B Vff .2 A 1 V I ..-7. . v-L .IF lmwrr I lu-1-rlfmnln-rugum-111.1In-lulvx'11114---lm! I!J-U - . .. -fr' ' 1 I. , ff X J 'gf 'A ' N J , - N N S NX X f . g .K I' - ' . 31 -.Q 4 M, ii. " 3 I I ' f' ,Ph 2' I 03,13 1:39. , ri' , 'J P 4,' .vi Hubby Mosby, Sehi0f " Clwc-vrluulcr, c .ln belibve I .1 Sw ior play. f 11 lllllillrs Dominate ln Puwderlluil N nav" -1. -Mrs: ff- .-f .M-.. , M' - - s ,... .if if.: . N V ,in ,Hx .- vw., r is M1 N ..s f - i ' EM: 'M 1 if!" I . s sk i A ix: . in 3 'H i, s 3 , .Mi . , 1 .' 34 . J 1 s -1 'xt N. 2 . -s . axes?- . . . 3 T uk? s-I ' Y ,X 1 lhgg a I vu' L9 'T'-fl ,ni I if i jj . i i f fr T. rs it ff ' fr ' Q 5, W V y el f I 1 with'-it-1i'j'+ N it f-:Q :.W!',,:'3'x- .A i M affwe if f llii- night was fold llll'."i.llI4lflt1ijijH'fl thi- teinpimituri- riiori- than tiiii tlt'j'lf't'H Wltri vvriulrl lit- out fiii sur li .i riiqlitf llc-terinineil juniors .inrl Si-iiioru l'.'y"lf' out to dt-c rrli- vvhi-ther thi-t lass of l'itjti hail improved their powrlr-rputl gaini- suit it last year! The junior girls had prac tic i-rl hard lor this game. Many were vetr-rans to thr- gamc- of foothall, hut there- were many rookies as well. Coaches Hilly Mi lvri-, Milse lamore, Torn Roland, and Strive- Meetre huilt the team up from sc rate h and it vvas ready for anything! Across the field stood the Senior girls vvho were coached hy Darryl Cjililanrl and jimho Perry. They talked tough, hut the game vvas all that really mattered. To everyone's surprise the juniors scored first on a long drive. The seniors had improved, hut not quite enough to hold hacls the juniors. The Senior comeback was a touchdown, not easily obtained. The Seniors could not stop the juniors on their second touchdown attempt. Though the Seniors tried to even the score, the cloels was against them and time ran out. The final score was T2-6, juniors. This was the first upset in the Povvderpuff game in the past ten years. Senior and junior Cheerleaders added to the festivities hy trying to out-cheer each other. Mark Keeffe was elected Povvderpuff Queen. The game vvas organized hy jodie Rundle, Laura Whitley, and Curt Smith. It was a good game, and the juniors were satisfied with the results, but can they hold hacls the class of 1982? t itur PP 99 BIIBWIIIBIII B IIBW lllllll ui lll'HI1lB lhix xe.irA fme-Lint pliix is lmvthihg hut iiirixeiitifimil. Mr ' 'xiiiqrif' .iii LHWUsLJdl iiiiir ilirx pliixi Eur Cl1f1llt'lU itxeli Hu um wil ihrl elec triiiiii x it ru LIIVLN lull A . X. Harper hm nhmeh li - . I A lNLlNf1UlITiLlNlL -1 V 1 List' ul Ihe lilfI1lNlJT hiith iiwsi.igl-iii-ix imcl the lu- link, flXvVX iii iii ix firm-rent tmm the txiimiceal iiifiiilitx iJl.ix lieciiiixe it xiiacewtullx hum iiiiff-X per xfllillli 4lllUlTN ci! Death, Climcls, Clcmcl Deeds, .md others to excape the iharanteriwlic liteleviiesx of moralitx plaw. Ax he ix milled to Jccmiiwt hx death, Exerx mah umm cessfullxi tries to 4 omfim e his lifetime uilleaguex, Fellowship. Kii1clrecl,Coiisin, Cloocly Bt'dL1lV,Slft'Hj.1llW, Disc retinm, .md Five Wfits, to go xx ith him. Ohh' Clciocl Deedx reiimim i'.iithfuI, even though she ix seriouslxi xxealxehed hw Everxmamk neglect. lximwleclge .md Cim- r r, A.. u 1 s I lv' ' ' A ' lb fi'- fewiun assist Exerxman in renewing the Ntrength of Good Deeds, who then ac- complmies him to the gmx e, from which Exerxfiimiik soul is Immported to heaven. The clitifiuiltxi of such an UI1flt'FldlxlHy1 - A morality plax imiorpumting music .md sophisticated electronics was .1 new chal- lenge that Mrs. Harper .md the actors ac- Qumplished succesxfullx. 2. 5 "Wm-b dr" X l 1 '4 N Ii-yiiilx liiiil.il,i4.iii1i- niiiiil IM-eil-. Nlu-Il.ili.ill1l-W Ixi-ixiimn lx:-illiixluiiiwiip kiiii-.xli-iliw lli.iii.i ll.iiiiiiiuii!im' '-liviiiilli Hill l,ll!ll'l1"w llivielliiri lxmfllx lllllllllll' ,- V w- "Goods is .1 thief ot souls." Goods: Kelly Buntmgg Everyman: Keith Morrison. ,Z 1 l . S, so -vu . 2 Iv! i l t 4, 5' f "Ask God for merry. He will not fail you." Minister: Richard Schlimgeng Everyrnan: Keith Morrison. 3... N .XJ ,pi Senior Sunerlaiiues Most lukely to Succeed Richard Schlimgen and Mary Beth Mntchell Most Athletoc Darrell Gilliland and Pam Gallagher Best All Around Patti Lynch and Henry x lackson. W 2 I I N-4 , A .WT 3 . t. ' 1 .. 1 Q 1 E 4 l V 1 kiiipefx- f QA. 1 " '- gl . '.v "ff Q I "'l'3,': : ' 1 0 ,' ,pl I -4 , . .1 l ' X 1 w .K yi 5 V. ,.:: ,4-Q: ..T.'r3f"' f' W -4: .T- hr'l"J.ri .'1 l an? 1: .M- .L "'. -ii -.fr 'ff Q f 'N jam Hooverg Biggest Krueger ang 1 Tom Hanley and Wendy in Q? gm "Yu-.. "ze Xi Q0 W. zijgxxi N-' 1 'Ev :gli SF L1 '11 iii... 1 o 1 C ' 1 xx, , , ,,,,,,,, ,gl . g ggxt-J I A ix, t, ' Aw. fr J x, fl 1 ia, Wilznigln V A H. - .vii -. l A Q I W? Y ,yr ruin .' ..,, ., . ., .4 : M fn'lf?F'5 ' -- nm Xl ll so mon 1 us I1 doom oi ff- .1"" '1 5'g"g, "r -Q, 'rl' 57' 7' ' al. , M I ' I, - , AJ' - - -A ' fjgg. L "dl" .-s akvzxi. .tsqfii .'-pfxa P ,r sw.. Y Q 1' 1 F ' 1 L 'Y V . fa 1 , - 1, gin N - K 2 sz ' 1 ' 6' Z an-5.74: E. All... f ' 5 5 ig 4 1 ' rg I I- v , fp - 2 - O' 1 s .. F I I I 1 W , 1 J , , 1 I 1 - ' r . , , 7 7.1 . - - ' A W 4. V 1 Q." . 1 - L . , . . 1 -X , ' f 'I K 1 N ' ' '...Z.. '. , 1.5 g:L' , ,- - 'Tix'-5' avr.:-Y-1-rrwfw -' A ' ,"viiinf4mw:'w"7f-"ff-, i - dg A " :I if 1'--J..::1-er.'eur -114. , rv'-v":f' " " ' ' """' ' ' Q A -. ' ' ' r , ., A "zz . ,ff ' 92" J ., 259 ' .J 47' 2 x J 1 A 85 -Ji' '- ar,- I. 1 1 Jf 'X ,Q U4 iq 1, 3 , o ' A -,,. 324 4. iv 1 - - .2 . .F 'ff' h , , . .6 'Y 4 kg- -Ti 'PN-ti A" , f mgyg. ,, .1 A leafless tree stands nn the crystalline whlteneis IJ y H1111 -v-q-uv-gg-v ' ,ifwf ' . N: -,fi ' XR 4 '1, uw '3 -Z o I, ,, at A :S 7 f , P f , . 4 A I 1 i I 39 fi I 4 A -4 ' 1 5 1 V134-x,3v I' bi "Stoppim1l1vthe-mmdwm .1 mmm Q-vcnlrwg. , 4 " .fi L 3 'T' 5 I Q x QX N U uw ,ms .Q I W ' lil .. ,x'P" rn' I 11 - ,1 , . , 'I Wir' i . " 4- - 4, ,- , . l. 1' f -Tl Q1 Big Q? :V J ,Fi XEX Quit .f dj ww' Over the centuries man has striven to obtain perfection. He has written novels, created beautiful arts, performed delicate surgery and even traveled into space, but he has never reached that level where he need not search further. This determina- tion to reach this level has been a great force behind man's growth for centuries, and now in the year 1980 man may have finally reached that level. lt seems only fiting that the Class of 80, the class that begins the most spectacular decade ever, should be the class that has aspired to this platform of excellence. No S niors other class in history or in the future will ever have the mixture that makes the Class of '80 a natural phenomenon. It is not to say that no other class can try to obtain this goal, but if a class must try then it will never make it. A class must simply live and have it occur naturally, until this evolution of splendor occurs to another class. lt should, in closing, be said that the major ingredient in the class of 80's pecuring this perfect state is that we are, "STlLL CRAZY AFTER ALL THESE YEARS." LL Ar Sumnl 1 Up U x xx N i . f I 4 'Q . .. A- L - X - X Mmm Katharine L. Akright YN W A ' incl - john M. .-Xlvxamler Lm L Xlun lf 4 lx x' Qu ,s x , ' , l'P -4. V l. , . 1 . nu 1 AN. ik! '.x,. z ' "XA w I -.I, ' x -. P Q 1 -- 5 . af'-.lQ-.'- 5-c W .EI Y A 4 M . "'-1. 1.1- 'X'-l'x,r . s IQ'-Q I 1 --, - ' rf--l'4' 'i N 'l' " . -- X ,Nl 'XV' XX. el 2 'QL f' ' lil,-l In 3 Q lgzrsfq l. A., v., x ,Q N ,hy I '- ,nla I . u1ALl ll-1,5 X lla X X xH 'Y X X . , x, x N x 'x xx fi rf- RT 1 'L . X .1 a,. ,. ',x N. if-Ng AU' m Il Allq-n IW-l.mw l. Alloy Dell M. Ambrose and Away Kathleen L. Anderson Beth C. Ansell john T. Ashworth 6 r Shelly L. Bagley Donald W. Bahlman Mike A. Bailey Les Baldwin Karen M. Ball Lisa A. Bankowski li s f 9 N Denise D. Bapties Whitley B. Barcalow .A ..S. While driving down the street or walk- ing by the school, who can help but notice that beautifully painted and well con- structed l98O class sign by the auditorium? Hard at work, Laura Hines, Denise Finkbeiner, and Edi Kemp spent part of their summer thinking of ideas for the senior sign. Brainstorming for ideas was difficult, for the sign was to go along with not only the senior year but also the beach. But Laura, Edi, and Denise put their heads together and soon all the long days and hard work paid off. The balloon and basket which were finally decided on were built during the late summer. The balloon was painted blue and yellow to exemplify school colors. A guy and a girl were placed in the basket to represent school spirit. As in years past the spirited seniors put up their sign during the first month of school. The year had started off well, the sign was up and senior projects started rolling. The seniors were going to make 1980 their best year ever. S N1 s 1 xnxx Q x X 6 . , A 'NK ' 111 ' la: joseph E. Barnes Sandy l. Bartman Patricia A. Beam Under the capable leadership of this year's officers the senior class has contri- buted much of their time and energy to make 1980 the best year ever. President Pattv Lvnch, who has always preached in- volvement, seems to have had her dreams come true as spirited seniors joined in on class projects and activities. Vice presi- dent Henry lackson, secretary Abbie Dun- can, and treasurer Karen Blankenship, have all worked along with Patty very dili- gently to make the seniors' last year as special and unique as possible. The major goal of the year was to make money for senior prom. The determined officers started reaching towards this goal as soon 0 is a Prime as elections ended. During the summer the officers held car washes and other small money-making projects, enabling the seniors to have a head start on their way to a rewarding year. Sizable profits came from the talent shows, the senior dance, and the Powder Puff game. Not far behind, money was coming in from the sale of spirit links during Homecoming, and the sale of acrylic ornaments during Christmas. As May approached and the excitement of prom and graduation in- creased the senior officers were hard at work making sure that the prom was per- fect and 1980 ended as well as it began. I A ,-5 K L jeff A. Beck David T. Becker . - gg u - - mr, rw Tait V 'H -" ' 'wiv' U, . ll A . V ' ' M" f' t A ' i r ' -Xt thr- t ar wash, lrish lst-ssler sl rubs a windshield tor the senior class. . 6. '4"""" ' .4 5 t I If ri' I -f I 1 4 It l - 1 f . 9 9-- X L in Doug C. Beer -4 .."'o 'ij ,--t"',Qg. g f Us ,X Jjlf xXX William l. litndit Dana L. Bendall Q lan M. Boncgar i l I Number K l l . X' 5-Q 5x , , FX: ' 1 if. ' -.ra " ' 'N - . i fl . QI Q 3 1 ir' ,.- I. ll Barbara H. Bersing Ioe C. Bessler if wg. " v f Mary E. Blair Karen C. Blankenship 1 L.. lcrrx Hz-nm-H 1 Nag. 'I 5 loel H. Berrv .. . Hin. A " """ """""" 'fn' ' ' ' ff' .,5'f2':'.' ' I rl Q 'X y 3 15X R ' .Q iz."-"" ' W, - - A V . Kimberly A. Betz Alan K. Blackburn David M. Blaine A -. x Nxt ' INQAL ..,-4.-.441 Laurie S. Blevins Madelyn M. Bortugno lf.-we l. Swimmi- ev' ,Q-Q .gr ' . 0 ' 2 1 .J i. X ' 5 I 1.1mm-I lir.ndxl1.m 4 F Kl if 1 1 , v , ,Q x ,, 1 - mi' ' le-um K. Br.1risl1.m ,In 'I ffm 5:- Kmm 'X Iifmw Sums: H Hmmm Inu mm l n Smnl Brunxon Pill W i2.!1f l f L i 'A vii A i i Keith A. Bryant Kenneth I. Bryant Nancy L. Bryant Lynn M. Bulla Randy Bullard Chris E. Burkart V ff" wg" . ,V .fi-1- I 4 ' s' 1 ' t al ll i -is 1. f f X ' . A J l.L. Burnip john R. Burrows Rebecca S. Burton Frank B. Butler Mary L. Buxton Richard W. Caldwell X 'i Qin: it Q, Cheryl A, Buheck Randy M, lint ke-limi. Lullabies and pillow fights filled the halls after a delicious breakfast at McDonalcl's. Along with many other ideas, the senior officers decided to meet at McDonald's before school during spirit week. Seniors arrived in their pajamas car- rying teddy bears and pillows at 6:30. The freshly awakened group received several inquisitive looks from non-First Colonial goers who were trying to enioy a quiet breakfast. The crowded restaurant was fil- led with flashing cameras and students comparing costumes. As 7:55 ap- proached, the group arrived at school to promptly bombard the juniors and the sophomores with pillows. Soon the halls were knee deep with feathers. While the underclassmen were waving white flags, the seniors assembled in the courtyard, there they serenaded the school with lul- labies, and chanted their undeniable su- periority. As the day progressed, the ex- citement lessened, though the school was soon to learn that the enthusiasm of the seniors was not over. On the following day the seniors once again demonstrated their superiority by dominating the pep rally in the yelling competition. Home- coming week once again ended after the game and the dance, and on Monday morning school life was back to normal. Rlanrlx AX Caruln 4 I, I. l 1 I fb-I l .lurw 'X fl.lFlf'f ,. 'in J j 7' Wynken Bl nken -gn f'W ,,.. H X ...l -- ,,4.. ' ,. . . Kenneth R. Carlson Sherry L. Carroll A -Mrs' - . f .- 1 - -wx- X X 1 E D-'Zu ' ei. t I , Sharvn I, Casin Lergh Anne Caton A 4 ,- 0 ll! Q lui' 5 iff M tml " llla-n M fvlux lr-tm-v U, L lmmllor S ll , "'-"pq 1.11 L 1 lurnln l.um-x I' lu .ulkn lull.: I il.nrk lNllT . ulm l,, Chr-nm C Ina C L hu me I C Xl1ll1Il A Lhcldress 8iNod YN i va! 3 1 Elizabeth A. Clugston lit-hoiah A. corn-yi Q' f 'I 0 A I '-1 .E Charles B. Cohen Harry R. Cole i ' Having finally chosen the theme "Wynken, Blynken, and Nod", the senior class set out to undergo the difficult task of building a float for the Homecoming ,y weekend. With determination, the chair- -' X i persons Bobby Mosby and ludianne 'L Ciamba and the enthusiastic senior class 'ff ' t 's 1 set to work on the float. The famous Wyn- V r- eq , fl tl ken, Blynken, and Nod's bedroom was gb gf' 1 ' .p - 5 l built at Nancy Standings house. Combin- , Q gf is - - . ing work with playing football, the seniors g :- J W ii, soon completed stuffing the skirt, and building the background, a starry sky. As lames Q. Colgan Pat R. Collick Leslie D. Collins - the big Homecoming Weekend drew nearer, more time was spent at the Stand- ing's. When the float was finally finished, the workers were satisfied and eager for the competition at the football game that night. Though the seniors were disap- pointed at not winning the float competi- tion, they ended the spirit week with pride for they had proven that seniors were cap- able of working together and accomplish- ing difficult projects. yi I . Sharon K. Collins Sean M. Connell' Ramona M. Consolvo he Fun I -if-".,Ql.:eu-H e fitglj' ff 1 1 N AN F. Rnchard E, Cook '- 1 I , Ronald S. Cfuons Q 'wa , I ,I . 1 J iQ . S i ,.K.7"'f'f4"d'L Kulwrl I' Krnrwllux 19,5 N1'.',I'- H fl1'I'll'IlIlJ l'.ulH - I ...X Q mk Ii fmmn - ' sf' ' 'A ' . ' C'ornIorl.1l1lx Sealed on Shado Hunvxc Llllk xhouldvrs, Swim Cfonnell' ' rhecrs thc wnmrx un during Ihv Hor11vu1m111gpofifallx A-" ua . i -"5 A' Imlxxm A. hmm-ll Rohm-rt B, Cox Inn R. fupp l it All ik 'lf T' ' T'F:'mi"""""lJf'Tf5f' Wandra Y. Dancy Paul Daniele jim C. Darden l l l Charlotte L. Davenport Tammy L. Davenport Ellen F. Davis ,N is jeffrey A. Davis jennifer H. Davis Kelly L. Davis An unusual silence filled the football stadium on the morning of Friday the 19th of November. This silence was especially strange when it was noted that over 2,000 students and faculty members were seated in the stadium. Necks were strained, eyes bulged, tenseness filled the air while everyone waited for the inevitable. What was the event that so captivated its audi- ence? lt was Mother Goose's Golden Egg Toss! The seniors conveyed the message of silence to the other classes for they knew from experience that a great amount of conceptration was required to succeed at this event. They also realized the slight- est noise could bring disasterous iand messyi results. The senior team displayed their skill and knowledge, producing an outstanding effort. Yet, this silence was certainly the ex- ception. The senior spirit could not be matched by any other class. This was ob- vious during all phases of the pep rally as the seniors cheered their classmates on to victory. Cooperation and speed were the keys to the victory in the Treasure Hunt. And, of course, the seniors were trium- phant in the cheering contest, filling the stadium with spirit and by far outdoing the juniors and sophomores. Friday night, at the Homecoming game, it was announced that the seniors had taken first place in the pep rally competi- tion. But the seniors gained more than just a first place award they succeeded in u- niting the class for not a day, but a year. k 2 A wang P1 Teresa M. Davis Troy R. Davis Donna M. Defebo Terry 1. Dellinger Keith W. Denman l l i l l il A , I f l xx L l . . 1 N l i l . if rs. l f if t l Limits Q34 e l ,L A4 Tracx Dingxsall Robert M. Dixon Limits, functions, integration, deriva- tives, differentiation. What do all these words have in common? They are all con- cepts of calculus! Advanced Placement Calculus is a course available to those students interested in pursuing mathemat- ics at an advanced level. Even though cal- culus has been offered at First Colonial for years, this is only the second year that the students have been required to take the advanced placement tests in May. In many instances, a score of three or higher will give the student some college credit. Thus, the student can be placed in an ac- celerated math program in college. However, the chance to earn college credit is not the only reason that fifteen students are enrolled in Ms. Nancy Mc'CIure's fifth bell calculus class. Cal- culus, being the most advanced math of- fered at First Colonial, is a challenge that these students are willing to accept. The course can he difficult at times, but there is always that drive which will not allow the students to give up. Also, there is a great feeling of satisfaction when one is able to solve those problems which seem almost impossible. Whether the motive is to earn college credits or it is to acquire a satisfaction of knowledge, the calculus students are all capable students eager to learn and con- quer the diffic ulty of the course. ln May, they will have the opportunity to display their ac quired knowledge, and at the rate the course is accelerating now, the stu- dents will have the needed ability to mas- ter thi- Advanced Plat enient tests in May. li h L Q L luliann Donovan Lou-Anne Drechsler l , -... -,. . .-.,., i Y . I Stephen Drucker I .. ,, ,,,, ,, ,,,,, UI... i M .. A .li i 1 , VVillian1 Duval ,- L- htaxffl say! ' ' s l r NJ lane K. Drewry Herbert D. Drylie Abbie A. Duncan "V " fiE""":. .A 1 s. g N 1" dl L i-ikQ.1.f.gZ'llll f layne E. Early I . I Todd M. Eastliclc tix Susan ls, ldwarcls loxtel tlliotl Tlietesa L. English un tions Integration... . Dlx 'N ' -5 Sk, s.,,,,..-we J --- L 5.-MQW. K' ' v' 1 ' 1" n"'.Li Jfw' EF I l l l r l .54 Laura 1. Espinosa . " ' .1 ' if- .- f. ."'f5 ' 4 , , 4' , 4 ,if , , ,5q.. agg:.' ' rw- .- '- I S 1 I Z' z ' r 5 . I. " 5 l wx Y. ' l I , l A William T. Fanney 5 fi .-aa: Hog 1 5'-if 45" " M 4, A ,L v ,T A l" ' - i 'AFI' Aww 'Gi ff M- f ' F132-f7"'l' Eff-P- .1.'L,....a4vg-fa., , . fn "'ff'W-WW-' f-H --"-f """ A F f"- ' "-"-"- yvfwfu -'ff' - f ' ---ef -1-HH -f-f--f--4 -'al - ' . aff' N .win A - 4 ' ' - AQ"-4ivaflA."3f1'J' L S. AX .' ' , X Roger Evans Laura A. Ewing Loraine A. Feltch Gary Felton x rl . at 2... X., . Sherri M. Falkner Stephanie S. Fall 4 . A.L....,,..-.--wN.........? ..., '13- sz ,Q .4 . f A i F -+5 f 2+ - ,,. .,,. Fredrick D. Fenner Suzanne M. Fichter iE'l1"1 ,,.-,rx.,, .-- .. F1 'VN .L 21331: 5' E2 J: . '1 '1 X r.,1.,l. lkmw Xl. Fml-xlnelrwr Brmm G, Firms-g.Jn . , , C lmrlc m ,X Fulm Helen O. Folex Lixd 5 Q 1 QF X . l lK xl R. Fi5l'1er A T n S g 4 1 .1 N I kellv l, Flanagin Eddrian B. Fletcher Fw l l xifl di X X - . N ,'X,. -- r N. lg K , Brvmlg ,Nl Furlmc-N Rhonda L. Fvrbes Ann C. Fortenbvrry l!"m"""" MW' , I . A., L .J li R lfml Km lrm-4-111.111 Malcolm I. Fu-4-m.m ' N ff 4. . l',ml x In-1-111.111 'xmsmvn Il lu-wx Anm- l ru-1111.111 v .-Suv v . A v-Q4 -L Q . . g,' . - n :A-Rail: WCC! 2. 144, ' A 1 'W LX X ,- '51 - . , l i - Q X5 lt ' ' W 4 f T T N , 7- ' I ' R l A 3. . 1 X X 1 'lf , 4 . A b , - W Q ,ps .it ' ,hr Q g f s x 47 EV' f: A, A Q . ll A A K .... am. L .. jeffrey A. Frizzell Eddie R. Furniss Pam I. Gallagher Matthew A. Galtimlyeck Y.. . A -J f '. ff R ' d XJ " wt Ffh i - ll il 33' Q. t fu: X ' ' ' 5 Few 5 PM V' -M rf St , is. ' ' J - "Y .1 . si ' ' LX " f .S Q. . r c S. 'QQ 1 , .X Y Y V AI sf ..-Q.. Lisa L. Galyon Kathleen M. Galway judianne E. Gamba johnny H. Gawrys Peter Gebhart in' 'the' Mr First D i t N X , -. . -X E Mike L. George 3 Badri Ghaziaskar 0 l l l "Live from First Colonial High School, it is the first annual Mr. First Colonial con- test!" Seventeen beautiful, charismatic contestants paraded across the stage. Each one dreamed of that special moment when one contestant would be crowned and bestowed the title of "Mr. First Colo- nial." After the initial parade across the glitter- ing stage, the contestants were judged in bathing suits, flaunting their muscular bodies. The competitors then exhibited their special talents in the talent competi- tion. Talents ranged from salad tossing to ballet. Finally, the contestants competed in evening attire competition, wearing well-tailored tuxedoes and accompanied by their escorts. Excitement filled the air as four macho semi-finalists were picked. The final tense moment came and the winner was . . . Sean Connell!! Sean, the gifted ballerina, had won the hearts of both the audience and the judges, as Sean waved at the crowd and held back the tears of excite- ment, the audience approved the judges' choice with applause. Kathi' Anderson 4 . Don Bahlman .. loe Bessler ...... Karen Blankenship Leesia Bradshaw . john Burrows 4 . . , . Leigh Anne Caton lulie Clark ..,... Sean Connell ... Ramona Consolvo Rob Cornelius .,. Stephen Drucker . Abbie Duncan .4 Stephanie Fall . Tim Flora ...... Rhonda Forbes . . Ann Fortenberry . . Darrell Gilliland .4 .... leanne Ciutfre ... Kennev Glascock Linda Halverson , lanice Hollins . lim Hoover ...,.. Anthony Hughes . Henry jackson . 4 . Linda loshua ... Mark Keeffe . . Kli Kinzie ..,, john Kochey . .. Helen Lee .... Robert Leipolcl . . Pattv Lvnch .... Lvnn Manger .... Mary Beth Mitchell Ross Montgomery Keith Morrison , . Bobby Mosby . . David Petretto . . Ann Powell 4 . . Arlene Puryear , , Margen Reed .. loriv Rios .... Stott Royal ,. Kim Sanders ,,.,. Richard St hlirngen Karen Smith ..,. Cindy Snodgrass 4 Dennis 'lalein , . Carl lrost . .. Pattv Via ...,. Pattx Wagner .. Chtit k Werini-is . Brent Wfest , , . Shaiol W'hitehurst ln 10 Years 4 4 . business executive .........architect . 4 . thoracic surgeon . . space scientist . . .. . . .forest ranger . . , treasurer of Exxon . . . social sciences .........,...arttherapist computer science engineer . , ...,....,,.,. heart surgeon .,..agricultruaI engineer ...........phiIosopher , . . work at United Nations ...clothing management .,.... hotel manager .........lawyer . .........,........ Zoologist professional football plaver . , . . . . , 4 . professional dancer ...............politics . . ... 4 .. .fashion designer certified public accountant ..........,,...iournalist . . professional firefighter . , . . government work ....,..,4,secretary . . , six foot .......,.4astronaut . . . professional surfer . 4 4 . . . pediatrician . . . . musician .,.........doctor . . . 4 magazine editor . . . . space colonizer ,. . . . .electrical engineer .........,.........dC!0I' professional race car driver ..,......4aviator . special education teacher . .. .4 . . . . . 4 . psvchologist . .... commercial artist , , . . . . . professional boxer .. . minister of music' in the church 4 ..... secondary school teacher , ..... , ...,,... dSlf0lTdUl , . . . interior remodeling . . . . . dental bvgienist . , . . . history teacher 4 4 4 Young Lite leader . . 4 oceanographer . . . , pharmacist 4 photographer . . , brit k mason . 4 4 , . . nurse Li It l Q Michael B. Gibson I.. f A I Darrell A. Gilliland 7: 5 ff' ,i if' f X , if I i S' 1, 5 135'-' f ' CVC. - lean ne M. Ciuffre -sos 4. av, As Kinnev R. Cllascock 'A P' bp jim Hoover uses l Y ' g s I if l l , - ,f 7 L ...,. l'lISldI'lN'l1lfy skills in rlvslglllmg Ilu- boat for llw l lomecrnningg llwn F I rf. as .' mf' - s , q .5 LL... . , -- ' V 5 " l n 7 Q R9 Rhonda L. Glasmann 1 ' lie? ,. ,, I 5 s s s , l .',".5'1f.,"i. 55 fx 5: g , ' H W D fl' at 51' K ' 5- " f i - . , .. V .z,,., E ' E 1 Z 4- " W ev sg, Q Dana M. Glaves G ' S Mitchell Godfrey Lauraj Goodman Geoff M Gorman Richard F Gravatt Eddxe R Graves N,r,?5w ww-WN 36 Brenda L. Greene jeff Groh Carol E. Hagg Carole F. Haas Charles H. Hall m . Q - ff f .15 z' . il ' -af' . 1 gffflff Linda K. i l l 'FY7 ' L 441101 '55, 'fi A ll ug - Halverson Michael Hancock "Politics affects each of us every day of our lives." All of us heard this in our his- tory and government classes, but the full importance of this statement hit the se- niors of First Colonial in the class of 1980 as they turned eighteen. The responsibilities placed on seniors as they come of age is more vital than it has been for four years because 1980 is the presidential election year. The time from turning eighteen to voting time will pass quickly and students must prepare rapidly so their voices may be heard in our demo- cratic system. Registering to vote is the first require- ment. In Virginia Beach there are many locations where one may register. Since many seniors will be temporarily residing in another city while at school there are two choices of what they may do. Some colleges provide voting facilities for their students. The other alternative is to request an absentee ballot, fill it out, and send it in to their home district. Though this seems relatively simple, the implications of voting are great. This county is founded on the principles of lib- erty and equality. For a person to neglect his responsibility to himself and to the na- tion by expressing his choice through vot- Ste Q- ...lb Tom Hanley Steven Harnish ing, he jeopardizes the future of the coun- try. ln short "if you don't use it, you lose it." However, no person in this school need feel guilty yet, for the first real chance to make himself heard is yet to come. The day that the senior turns eigh- teen is the day the weight of the world comes upon his shoulders. This need not be viewed as a problem, but as an oppor- tunity to contribute to this society which has done so much for its members. The issues in this coming presidential election are wide and varied. As of De- cember 1979 the Democrats appeared to be in the lead with the two contenders, jimmy Carter and Ted Kennedy, running a close race. Ronald Reagan seemed to be the leading Republican. However, the de- cision between the two parties or among the various personalities is a grave one which must be debated by each voting America, part of which will be the fresh, intelligent seniors of First Colonial High. The future of this country and the chal- lenge to better this country lies with the youth of tomorrow, but with the seniors of today! Take that challenge, register to vote, choose a candidate, and pull that lever, America will then be truly yours, and you will be truly American. ing lnt l l i i i i l J Nakita Hankins G L, Brenda Harper Heather T. Harrell ' -1 X Debbie K. Harris -5 litics . 'it X rx ff u 1 7 fl . ,H " 'f ff A . I AA' :N bw Randy Harrison Donnie W. Harshbarger Tony I, Hawa Debra A. Haymaker fFP"""!1 ' .I 'Wai :ai rf IMA' V l 0 P 5 x P loseph B. Hearst -xr ,. - in f ' i- f"" N I "f'f'1k:"f W- VT , ' ' Q-.,,-A . L fllgifwi A :Q 1- ' X ,T It Q , z ' ' Parn D. Henderson M-.....,-...h--.... h.v-.,,,,...'.-n..,,..,7m,-.f Q ....,...-f.V.,Y Q ' sig, ' 4985 . .. Leslie C. Heath v n X 1 uf W 4 2, Cathv l. Herman f . ,ar . wr' -H . '4 . , 4 . 1 ' . 4 , N Q' - M ' , A Q - ,, . A r 5 , i ,V . ' -x If A 1' ?4 Kimberly M. Hess Frank C. Hiehle Ill limmie T. Hillegass William L. Hiltibran ll lame.: 5. Hines Q S. ,K X I , ' . ,A I H. ,gmrmi N . X fffl!!dHIi WA X I K 3 X Ig, .1 I NHNHIX Q- XV" 321 K Seniors I -qyyfy -,y 'A D Ptfumv lm:--, 113 DIMM.-1 Rnlwvl X Ihfmm l1lmulhxM Ilmxlm luhn 17 llrxxlmrmll l l Captivating Perfgrnigrs L. X 9 . . l , ti U-1 l i Brian K. Hudgins Kimberly Y. Hudgins Allen Hughes Anthony W. Hughes Margaret -X. lltightrs if ti' ' ss? . ,Q , ,Q N . , tkr if . Class officers tryouts for the senior tile nt show began For three days singers din cers and other gifted performers were vying for the privilege of entertaining on the big night After much deliberition the committee narrowed the field down to six- teen acts. The acts rehearsed diligently for four days and then came the night of the show. Although many people were turned away and crowded conditions existed, the . f o'i- ' Q, if f WWW 4 'li' l Under the brilliant supervision ol Keith T 4 13 -9 S t i Morrison, Rhonda Forbes, and the senior F M . Q ' Q L - fi. :I r -sl: 1 x - 5 V . ,. X j j L s X4 x 1 IN . . G . C . s x Y ,,, N., Marshall E. Hughes Paul A. Hughes ......A... .,. , ., , , , . .. , , ...,, S. Kimberly Hughes overflowing audience was well greeted by master and mistress of ceremonies, Bill Proferes and Diana Dines, dressed in matching tuxedoes. The hosts introduced the acts and provided repartee between them, Following the performances the judges departed for consultation as to who the winners would be. As the judges com- pared notes the audience was entertained by such acts as Rock Lobster performed by VVjB2 and singers David Petretto and C-ray Finnegan. Then the judges returned and the tension mounted . . , the winner was the hoop twirler, Renee Smith! Second place was awarded to saxophone player Charles Cohen and third place went to David's Band led by David Petretto. The curtains closed after tokens of apprecia- tion were awarded to the directors of the show and the whole group joined WIB2 in saying goodnight to the tune of Rock Lobs- ter. F9 Cllegc Baie re i 1 I 'X I TWH HULlht'N Robert S, Hunter Ernie S. Hux Kevin M. Illingworth VTTTJU' ,' - A I I I I Q 5 1 .JR Brut ei W. Irish EIiz.1ht-th Ititkmn Ht-nrt M. lagkson kirston M. Iackson I jtistitmhlx tccling spot ini, mile-Ven stu- rie-ntx .ind .1 tt-.icrhcr niet 0x'0ryti.1x' to have in-rivpth thu ussions. Thr- fXdv.1i1ce-d Plant-nic-nt lnglish class, which consisted ot onlx nine- girls .incl two how, was taught in Mrs, Rory-rx, who, .is thv stuck-nts were i.irvtul to vxplnin, tlid not lvclurt' mich ri.w. Instr-.iri, thc- t-ntirv class point-cl in pitne-tmtlngciixctiwlom,NL1rtLtr0tihvthc's0 flixriiwiririx, .i tc-1-ling ot :rich-pvriclc-iittf um inxtillf-il in that xttitit-nts, lxtvrixixfcr- rif.irilt1g.inti writing we-rv out-ot-c Inv .it - tixitliw. 'XI1.lX'l'FilL1f'Hf Iwo pttpvrx .I wvvk ni- mri-rl tht- xtudvnts tor lhvir' two rc- F vwirc h gmpi-rx ilkmijlltlxfl during tht' vt-.try Ihr! iiltin1.iIi'Lgo.il ot thin Rpm ml lnglish rlnw wits to hnvi- thi' .ihility to .in.ilwt' .iiitlri-I.iti-nt-xxltltuistoolritfxpt'tll'l1u-s,JN "rv it iii-.il ot h.irii work was ri-quirvcl to tlli1Il'Nl' thnx agonl .intl paw thi- 4-min in Vim, twine h would rim-ti-rininv wht-thi-r or not i-.ith NlIHI1'IliXXtllIItllJVLQIN,'!'Il'wlXlOI- lmgi' in-tht, In .ii.i-tilting such .i ili.ilw it-onli-, thi- wtiitlt-ntx wi-rv, III!!-'t'fl, .I vvrv -,pi-it.ll11tol1p t i px 2 - RU'N'V' I I-'IRWIN l-Htl' B Incoh-on l.1xxri-mv li. l.mu-rxon NUM' N l-HlN"- Ri-nv M Inimw lhixid B lvlt Graduation Gregg johnson ,ln V? ,K ' . -fp-' 5 William H. jordan 5. fb 1 A, A 1' y fl' j r l 2 j 5 ' l V 1 . 'K . . if i Mark j. Keeffe l . , . l . 1 l i -v .df ' 4 X ., Edi-Marie Kemp 'i","' " N l 4 s - , fr . .Y N O J 1. . X , i 8 ' K L A. ,. all . if 2 ai K K f 9 x r V 6 tg td .M X ' fs b iv ' ' fe ' 1 A F if i Q .j L , -I xts.-.... All -J .. x f.---M - -48- Guy M. johnson Liz johnson Carolyn A. jones Lonnie S. jones .s i-' 'I ' xxf' 'i ji ' 4? i. J ,k. X. ,Q 4. l l F . my , "1 -- 'iii' A W 'L C.. K f... M- 1.,. .Me - Linda E. joshua Kevin K. Karn Kathleen A. Karp Vincent L. Kearney ri N? A 22 my df 1' 'UQ T f", z ,3F'Qiil, K Y u "Qty,- ' 'AP English students enjoy the challenge ofa college level course. C' Y""'r 5 il ns -4' F "7' 'H 1 is fir is -. S, - -.K 'fo Q 1 rf . 7.- ,FF "' ,f-lawn 'A M 'Q ,-- -1 ne "'X""T Qs! i ...Q ' ii :ri he .Wh-s., ,,,f 6 s y 'ififfwfs'-a' I L x aslii n Q 1' ,Ng .Www Patricia K. Kessler Kim A. Kirnnach Lee King Sidney W. King Chrigtine Kingley Fashion reigned the halls of First Colo- nial. In contrast with the typical stereotyped teenager wearing "holy" jeans and ragged-out shirts, students at First Colonial took pride in their attire. An old favorite of private schools, the preppy style, became a common mode of dress just recently. Izod sweaters, button down shirts, penny loafers, and khaki pants composed the preppy dresser's ward- robe. Though preps were often looked upon as snobs, there was no denying that their clothes were clean cut and pleasant. Yet, many students dressed in high fash- ion manner reflecting New York City styles. Girls often wore beautiful designer dresses, tailored suits, and four inch heels. For the guys, pleated pants with sweaters or velour pullovers were sharp combina- tions characterizing the emphasis students placed on looks and appearance. Still, for surfers, or on casual days for any student, jeans - always Levi's - and T-shirts - often Pete Smith's or Ocean Pacific - were favorite types of dress. However, since donned with care, these combinations reflected the casual, leisure attitude of the pupils rather than appearing as detestible styles of dress. The fashion conscious attitude preva- lent at First Colonial improved the st hool's appearance and brought pride to its students and faculty. i X , l t ,- 1 xx p i X ' . x X i i I s fm- - ly 'l' ll t I f f 1 " ' 'wry eff, if ' .nj x L -' t ilvif, ,yr-'FTQH l K i ti il xvt iiinit ilt tlllivsl.rt'i1XX'l'lbl1ls allure. 'i Beigns PX .x f' P ' in h NHS- ' X .1 H Kli Kinzie Charles P. Kirkley Tim K. Kittrell Ann P. Knudson john Kochi-v We--fM-..,, A in ' The lzocl alligators form a c llquv ' f f ."""'2 ni 5 K' Ty' L JZ- .. , if fag. . A w Sl. V -is l H .Vx L 'll' Regis Krah lll I " ' Cheryl A. Krakower l .'f1m'f'lA"'iv'2" """' I l ,M 'f f W I :bi : K4 - ""ilL'5d'g""'4,, ,V , " - " 'W A . xv . -' ' ' , -I . i . 1. 5' J .4 H W ax ja' " 5'-isa.. A 1' Q -3 -. ', " -M ff-W, -..... x 'Fai xo' '57 5 P I 4:6- 1 x s 2 Elisabeth 1. Krueger Donna M. Laernmermann 4 as M x Q 4' " " M 4 V. 3677 ' ,E ywggl' ' gg l wffl " f . we .. fiifff Q ,i Gloria L. Lamb Nancy M. Land Robert L. Langley Marjorie L. Larzelere Renee B. Lamter 4 i -M f fd ' s"""""'f""--""'w'5' ' faqi, ' i ' . - f 2.-i , s -1- 7. l n li 9 A-,.. x - c X . . ii X l 4- 4 J I F L to 'vin l l.t'.i.rL-tru' Finis A Lan son Deborah ,-X. Leaks -e 0 x i l .13 V 7 fl qf Q' l x i' , x XX I Y H.inclr.i I. Lt-e Colleen Leonard Xttilking dots n the halls at First Colonial then- .ire nmnv people with hidden tal- ents, Some of these people can be found in rrmgqfiriesy newspapers .md pamphlets. lhest' .ire the First Colonial models. Ihough nmnv ot' us think modeling does not halter- spec ml training or prepamtiori tlwri' tire nmnv girls who know better. Une- ol thcisi- girls is Marge-n Reed, Margen ltiis onlv lm-n modeling for one year, hut slit- lms tilrt-.irlv been on television and mn lui stfvli in the Virginia Beat h guide. ,'XlItJlllt'tX.'t'lt'YtlI1lOlUOIl0lll1glS Bet ky Bur- ltlll,llt'tlxYlLl'slN't'l1l1lOtll'llITL1lUI1Lll'fllMll1 Nt,ir'.gi-ri lmut docks tht- s.iintl lsincl ol work. tithe-r rnoili-ls inc ludt- lic-th Lev, lltlflhlftl hlI1lIlIt'l,ttl1fl li-slie St.irtl. You could .islt .int ot thi-sv girls it rriotlt-ling is hard worls .intl thi-s could tc-ll vou it ist lit-tore tl lolz llivst- igirls spt-rid hours gi-tting c lothvs tit- ti-tl, iimlsi-'tip tiwtl, .incl h.iir done. lliouvh rnoiliflirw is .1 ri'w.irtling golm it is .x .v svrx lmiil norlt .mtl om- must lmvt' mum li lLtlIt'lltl'. I ab, 1 Seniors Elizabeth A. Lee Helen Lee 'F 1 -Q--.-.,..-,-,,....., -... -. ., n 1' Robert E. Leonard lhonms I, lm-wt,-llvri l i an ,E . I , . X S .lii Q. fl 1 .N 'J K luis M lonm Raleen I. Lester Marilyn I. Levins i, s F . ' NZ. 'ix A Q -'i 41 .. 'N Rirlmrd W, Lewis Alison M, Lex if ill I 'w V.uIi-rw L. long Doug M. l.ouck.1 'E i Adrlemw M.nlf1spH'1.1 T,,,. , .W .. .. i .4 f 0- 5 ji' v", ? Q' . l. x George A. Marshall ,934 , . . .ggi--I - .Y-' .l N. aiu? "Only the Ciood Die Young." So sang the charismatic popular singer in his jeans, blazer, and his famous tennis shoes. The audience, infatuated with the star Billy joel, sat stunned and cheered him on through the night. Even though the place, William and Marv Hall, was crowded and hot, the enthusiasm of the audience, com- posed of many rowdy Frist Colonial se- niors, lingered as Billy joel performed his hig hits from the fast paced "Stiletto" to the mellow "Honesty." Having recently completed his successful album "52nd Street", Billy joel proved even more popu- lar and successful with his roaring audi- ence. After his performance, the young singer left the stage only to return due to the thunderous applause and the plea for an encore. As he sang for the last time of the night, cameras flashed endlesslyg and when the concert was finally over, the contented First Colonial seniors, along with the rest of the crowd, left, some hold- ing tightly onto the towels, the handker- chief, and other items presented by Billy joel, their idol. N 't l - 5. Z :V ' X 4 X A Q AH n-.17 s. 17"-X Vlarx llifa Mirlgvtt Bvttv B Mills Wi i A Q i fri . ai MSX X I .4 'Oxy l , - Xt. jessica Anne Meekins Vickie L. Meekins Michael E. Meese rw.- A it jg, I . Y 'P 1 5 . :lx A Fred j. Metz Chuck Metzler David Midgarden I A '- 3' l l joe F. Mills Marv Beth Mitchell Suzanne M. Moincau ,iq J fx '1 4 Alarm ls Monday Ross Il lvlontgonwrx halt- l Moon' Mvlanil' l.. MOON "Bi Shot" -99' R Q , at A -X , sw N ,., 'Wx I I 'V XX L. lk' rl , I f' , ' 'Z i-l V ' 1- rl' V . . W. U X ii . , ' Q'- v M li. X X ' I Melyina M. Moore Molly Moreau Keith Morrixori Rohn-rl T. ryioxlrx, III lv-ll, ll Zi., 2 V i , Marguerite P. Mulhall Mickey M. Mullaney Diandra L. Mundy 5. M lsr' vs i I Q 5 'l W, . v4"'QL'x Q .. V, 1,3 -gif.. My r '1 'BX mu. :Ah . ini Cheryl A. Mumford Melinda lx Muimm 5, il -M 3 UI if if X ,xr c .. .5 4 ff 5 , ...l Beverly C. Murphy 'GPX 6 We-. xv 1 A X X A , 1, , 2 X... " 5 Fx ' Q' --Qs 2 V7 1 " f Lui Il. 3. 3. ' -'l l Iohn K, McGill liao G, Mglilc-oclo 4 L A l'M1l3lirir,-ll l fkll hi' V Being outstanding and capable artists, seven students had received the privilege of enrolling in the demanding and hard working class of Advanced Placement Art Studio. The course was geared towards completing a portfolio which served as an Advanced Placement test to earn college credits in art. There were two types of portfolios on which the students were able to work. The first type, chosen by lim Cit- catko and Denise Finkbeiner was the all drawing portfolio. The rest of the class chose the general portfolio, covering dif- ferent aspects of art from sketching to sculpture. When asked about these special artistic students, the teacher, Mrs. Gallacher, commented, "they are really good . . . and I act more like a motivator than a 'teacher' to keep them going and not to give up." The students themselves found the class rewarding. Laura Hines, an avid artist, said the art course "makes you more aware of things", meaning one can view things with keener mind and see them in various perspectives. Thus, as another student john Ober commented, one learned "a lot more than art" in the course. The Art Studio class provided not only the opportunity to display the stu- dents' artistic talents, but also to develop the keen and perceptive minds often attri- buted to artists. N N i 1 tn i lL Cf G tti.v.t VS, Q A r z-. X .111 ll Amy A. Mclntvre Debra 1. McMahon Kathy A. McQuillin . ' Vg' .x . ,N .bi E, 6 i 'Q v U V A I S , X . 4 .- .A William F. McRee Kevin L. Nelson William S. Nelson Debbie A. Neppvr Patil Newsom Sandra T, Nixon i ltiliii.itli.iii AX Ulu-i ll.iitv l U'Nt'-ll l-lfllllvlllll' 5 O""l'Nl"l'l Slvvv G' Owwl .J Co nstru tion . ,Tr , .9 rf X Luz, k 5 X Bryan K. Owens jeffrey L. Owens Yvonne M. Owens Sandy M. Paganelli 1..- . Nu., Pamla K. Painter Milton A. Palmer Angela D. Parker Sharon M. Parker ,.4, r ,-f' .f 'f ' L , 'U . ,, , 11 4, 1374 , 7,1541 ' r, V Q' ' I fr . sh ffm., f 3 , P A, 1 'I 1,, I In ,I ll., L A Break I Susan H. Parker Brin Parris 'VN Kimberlv C. Parris lames C. Patterson W Al ..Y .....-. I 9 Y' . , ' 'fl .1 ., - 1 rm-gurv CL, Pnwlowsku Cwvndulvn Pcnn lamos E, Perry Raclynn M. Person Mnrk S IN-I4-iw liu'l1d.l M Phillips - 1 md mnmri HI lmxl In-ul lamb1'I1!f1llNI.lNIl4.lllX hx J luIm.mk,XX1llx li wx in NUUIIQ . I P in the Week Valerie Phillips Dee R. Pickens x. ' ,-- ' 'fc' "rfr'H"""r . M, A l l N ' . 6. .XD hi' s , jeffrey S. Piper ' 'fri K he .. ., L fffa 6,5 .- ' 3 lifp , Y as ' .1 1' l X l 5 i k lk 3 N P' l l X is 2 l 5 -, 2 X !, E A A V ag , 9' X ix if gl 'ml ' -'N fu" nal X a ,,,,e,ee ct ,Zi l L- . Tammy D. Platt Gabriela T. Pluntke Ingo l. Pluntke Mary Potter Lisa Powers ef uf- -f-- -4--f--f-new-'--fsafv--fm,---5 l 1 1 1 1 i Troy Price 'i c-rschool activities of lirsl foloiipd students includecl cl wide range ol c-with One popular form of rcfcrcniling i.x.is io participate in the numerous .iclivitiiis sponsored by Young life. Young Life is a nationwide congrc-ga' tion of high scjhool youths with various chapters at different secondary sc hools. The First Colonial district was led by Willy and Penny Bogan, Keith and Carol Eubank, and Phil Egan, 'lhey are energetic Christians who tried to bring the signifi- gance of that religion into the lives of in- terested students. At Campaigners which usually met on Mondays, the group prayed and studied the Bible, but singing and dinners often- time accompanied this. A more casual atmosphere was preva- lent at the Young Life meetings where rowdy youths sang and played games or acted out skits in the "Famous Young Life Minutes," then they calmed down for a prayer and a ten minute lecture based on the Bible. Besides these regular group meetings which were, incidentally, open to anyone and free of any obligation but an open mind, Young Life sponsored various out- ings. Skating parties, ski trips, and trips to Young Life camps in the mountains were other forms of uniting the fellowship of youths. Young Life was not a single afterschool event, but rather a conglomeration of meetings and outings led by personable individuals. Many students participated in and thoroughly enjoyed the exceptional offerings of the Young Life program. ar er Plans .f . A ' . N l x , ,J '55 ' ' . Q ' ' ' Q 5 . ,H A W I . l .t"" am- KG ' 'X in iff- N 1 . r. , fr 5, 'J-UV. ' , I V Y' . 7, A ,. I A x xi, 1 .A A... ...lx .. . R 4 , . I ' R ....' ' . -X . ,,, .. ,Q,,,,,,, Robin S. Rosen jennifer Rouse Scott W. Royal fied . 2. l 1 1 ' , 1 Q a 'f Q 1 f 1, t K 'W ff 5- . sa - f -ei, - '1 'mf loan D. Rundle David M. Runyon , ,. l1A-....f' A Dena R. Ruth 1' Ronnie Sadowski Kevin Sanderlin Q74 ' 3 1' :X 'V J ' it: ,-Q?-if' hi ' W .'V A V f Dianne M. Saunders Elizabeth L. Sayer if br I Kimberly Sanders QI .1 i Physical, manual, and finger dexterity are some of the basic requirements for the various courses offered by the Vocational Technical Education program. Most Vo- Tech courses are on two year program providing the student with much informa- tion and experience in one specific field such as child care, fashion design, and bricklaying. Many First Colonial seniors were a part of this beneficial program which is avail- able both in the morning and the after- noon for three hours. One such senior was Suzanne Fichter, who, interested in art, took commercial art at Vo-Tech. She commented that unlike regular school, the students are treated more like adults thus they are required to work hard and strive for quality in their work. Aside from learn- ing the trade of commercial art, Suzanne received a job at the Alley provided by Vo-Tech to further her studies and inter- ests in the field. Another participant of Vo-Tech was Carolyn jones who was in- terested in fashion design. When asked about the program, Carolyn replied that it was different from regular school in that one is "concentrating on one thing. . . it is more career oriented." But like school, the course requires much work and out- side projects, reports, and assignments. Yet, the program does provide the stu- dents with the profitable education gear- ing them towards their future career. , ' ' ' ' as. . .s...f. 1 :sf- 4. as 'x l 0 E 1 ii' . I I Samuel C. Scarborough Linda A. Schaadt FQ if i ., '. llff .- X x K O I O ln y Richard I. Schiimgen lohn A. Schmidt Tammi L. Schmidt Andv Seaman WW. ...,.....,.,, .,4. . . ., ..., -1-1 3 ry 5 Terri S. Shaffer 'T if . ' i 1 Q 1 I i. v N 1 .A X , :fel john M. Sherman L Kara-ii A. Shvrwoud 1-P'v"' l .JUL , ""nun",' . ...y i 4 fp.- 4 -1 i -if 3 X Rubin F, Shipp B r 5 N Q.-. X X ,,.! i --4 if . X 0.5 K i lx' A 4.. Imvid A Slim!! I Iimnt Shunmn Ann Maru' Hiogvl as-249' Vit.: Sill UL Sessi n .F K x ij , i v ,Q rw 'I ' 'itil l twill " w 'Nik XX li i ' f i jjj? s Sl R Barbara L. Simmer Margaret A. Simmons X i il ii c. . ' sri, 4 Q :T Terence D. Simpson Deborah 1. Siplcr it. i Field trips to the courthouse were taken by many government classes. The purpose was to familiarize students with court- room procedures. Many seniors enjoyed these outings while learning firsthand how the judicial system is operated on the local level. Government teachers took bus loads of students to the courts where they saw some actual hearings. The trip was very popularg unfortunately, many students Terry G. Skidmore Keith B. Slattum had to be turned away. Those that went were treated well. The guides, called do- cents, were lawyers' wives. Through the Docent Program students were able to see the cases, talk to judges and lawyers over sentences from the hearings, and see the jail. The field trip served its purpose for the students left with a better understanding of the court system. 751 For one brief moment every year at First Colonial the girls and the guys trade roles for a very American sport, football. The game is Powder Puff, the girls are the players, and the guys are the cheerleaders. So far it sounds interesting, but the big suprise comes at halftime when one of the senior cheerleaders is crowned the Pow- der Puff queen. Chairmen Curt Smith and Shade Honeycutt organized this year's c heerleaders. As the big game ap- proached, the senior guys were hard at xx ork learning cheers and practicing their lumps. Though some of the cheers were somewhat altered, the effect was still the same. On the night of Powder Puff the guys were home busily going through mother's and sister's wardrobes finding skirts and blouses. The guys put on make-up and some wore hose to keep their legs warm. As their excitement in- creased all stares and funny looks were ignored and the guys were on their way to the game. The first half of the game was spent cheering the girls on to yictory. But halftime was nearing and the tension was mounting. VVho would be this year's queen? The runner-ups were named and the tension grew stronger, but it was soon broken. The new V379 queen was Mark Kei-ffe, who rec eiyed his c rown with great dignity. The queen and his court cheered throughout the sec ond half and though the seniors lost everyone had a great deal of tun. l Z' ueen? "W" ' " ' ' as ' """?""'T?' i gf i ,y 5 l i i David W. Slawson Catherine L. Smith E. Curtis Smith 1d'. l A i if .QA Kristi L. Smith Mary E. Smith Robert E. Smith l Env Susan E. Smith W. Tyler Smith Cynthia D. Snodgrass ""' ""' " ""' T frgxihv x si Q? F 48" 2' ' i Q' "'w. 4 L. . T Angela M Snowilen 1 hristina R. Soulerin Sandra M. Snyder Richard K. Spry rr' , I I -.WX t X 1. wr Q "" ' . Nancy M. Stianding Leslie A. Startt Sharon C. Stanton A-mg 5 L .. u L Powder Puff queen Mark Kqffe gracefully acfeptw his title. Shelia L. Staton Q s , . L ' nf ,. 'X 4 Mx' ..,.X . . Kelly l.. Stenger 6 Kimberly C. Stephenson arf-' ll qs v- 1 .M it lennie E. Stiles f 1 4 'IF - S. X Mel Slowers '!i5j'Q1+'xn ix, if in f , gi' ' M' .-ff' Z9 N., Ia Q? h.: V nw If-L! gilsllh- ' ' W2.'f2'.iunu.g:.1'5' , if-ffvuw-0' il - - '- I l 'I f E .v' i I ,f fl. lg' il , ' 'H ug 0 -, ,,, Q9 .Er ' -ix, -- ,, . x i M- lrlflu- Wliil-'liiii'-I .mil l'i-li.: !.iil1ii1 lmupgie- lu Ilia' In-.ul eel the Beat T "W " 1' as o Q Alison B. Suter Benjamin L. Sykes ..-T ,. 3, x 7 - LLL? 'N ...4 Michelle F. Tarayao Dennig M, Tdgem i Glenn K. Taylor Harold T. Taylor l l.1im-s A. Taylor Bernard R. Terveer .-..:....---v-----rv-1,--------. ,.. . .-.H . ,..Y.., ....--Y i t '- ' ,J ' R' .A sk tg, il fi ,S he V' in N t.. s if i H , .4 .- ng g ,Tig . . Richard I. Tetlak Brenda C. Thompson Melanie A. Thompson 1 . ,n........ ...1. ...,..,,......s..,,.,.,,. ,. .... ......1., -pw.fN.-....,-.-,.t.....a0gpw.vw.r, Mew, ,-'pn'-in-v-...,, . , ., , , .,-.-...W-....... , E!! S r I William E. Thompson lohn T. Thourogood Trudy M. Tobin if QQ john W. Todman Eddie L. Tolson Steve C. Townsend Carol S. Travis Carl E. Trost Betsi Turner LF 'I Spectacular lighting and a live dist jot - key contributed to making the senior sponsored First Colonial dance a great success. Even more fantastic was the dance contest which Eddie Whitehurst and Petra Zauzig won, The couple were just casually dancing when the contest began, but some friends pushed thern into the center of the floor forcing them to enter and prove them- selves. Although they had never really danced together before, their fancy moves and the smooth way they worked together snatched first place for them. judging was done by clapping which, as Eddie said, started thenadrenaline flow- ing" and pushed them on though they were getting very tired. Petra and Eddie agreed that good dance music was playedg however, the bizarre lights made it difficult to dance. They said they were "shocked" to win. For first place they re- ceived an Eagle's album "The Long Run." All things considered, it was an exciting evening for those two and for the whole senior class which made a bundle of money and pulled off a highly successful dance. .XVT X P , t ,A .f . Brenda F. Tyler ieo --Q, Seni rs 2ll'C xi ' gf X I e lg NL... George X Valdespmo Il Carl V.andf'rmexcien Susannc M. Vaughn , Il A- vt -- if -,,, A Y . 'ZX I Q . -l DX Y 1'- 'K l T Ii. E ,Eff Q Wvllmlx I X.lllL,'1Il N1!'l.lXlH' I Yl'll.llPIl' I'.ul1u I.l 'N VI.: 1N1Ilh.lt'l I. Vullmlh Talking A ut ""'P""'L ,TW "vQ"Q'l Hihd Patrrcla K Wagner David L Waller lerfrey L Waller ll, Sherry L Wallin Stephen D Walter Sonja D Ward jeffrey L Warren Tern L Waterfneld """""""'-""'2 -Ra DP' u r ,A ,. I v l v ' lane R. Watkins Gregory A. Webb . b "" bv'-H Y zv' l Q" - ""'f""2"" ,IU "' ' 7"'.L J. ' H , I' ' , - . 'xg , L l 3 2 ,. Q l I l xt nl , x Q l Q X l I' :I A K 1 "' ! ' v 'e -M.. r . ,k A . ,A - 4 X I K 'A .1 ,, E , Q -, ' -..,' L A y L Q- 5 A. l ' - ..,....i ,L -, v 3 Q X 1 E N L 2 1 L 3 ffl e I Q X J., I . H 7 K 1 g X A O , ' 4 W I l l .. fi L 5' l r r ' X VM- L , 3? 1 Ai ' l s J l x I R Il ver . .X 9 lk J 4, b 4' TR I 1 'L Rick B. Weeks Chuck 1. Wormers Anne-Mary Werne Virgilia M. West 3 I lb .1 M Q5 S .1 I N A - V 'g'f1' rd ' . .I C In-fi I . Whl'll4'I Carol E. Whilakvr Carolyn E. While Gregory S. White if! r 1 Crystal D. Whitehurst Edward H. Whitehurst 'N 6. V, ,il ' vb'-' T -Fw X.. 'E 1 N A ll D" ' I X X 'vs g . fi , 9 wk I QL. .. Sharol R. Whitehurst Laura A. Whitley .f fx? A L l A '- A". l 4 1 A-5.1 -I Y x- Q .X I r . I . ,f ' it X , 'X 4 ' .r Tammy A. Wigent Melinda A. Wiggins ' l ,. I 0 , 'f' 5 A3 Hope A. Wilkinson Steve P. Willey "Unlimited" described the impressive talents prevalent in this year's senior class. Talents ranged from art to dancing, and one of the biggest area of talents was the music field. ln this general area, one was able to find many gifted students with the ability to sing, play the guitar, or play the piano. One musically talented and well- known musician in the senior class was David Petretto. David, a singer since the sixth grade, had a reputation of not only being a talented guitarist, but also for being a singer with a voice which in- fatuated his eager audiences. Another musically inclined senior was Fred Metz. He too was well-known in the class of '80 as being a superb pianist. When asked about his piano playing, Fred, a veteran pianist, answered, "it's fun, enjoyable . . . it's like being a one-man band," to the others in school Fred's "one-man band" is one which they seek to listen to at every chance possible. Not to be outdone by the male mem- bers of the senior class were the senior girls who also were musically skilled and talented. Dne such student was Eliza Midgett who possessed a captivating and soft voice worthy of being accepted into the Madrigals. In all, she and other senior girls along with the talented guys of the class of '80 had once again proved that the senior class outshone the under- classmen with immense talents. I979-1980 : This revised version of Mad-Lib is dedi- I cated to the Senior Class: I had one year. . The first day of school was quitei... 'L A' l-My teachers turned I ' A out to be butfand g ' at least I could,.il.during I X NN - I class. It was to see I gf' .X 'A L? I everybody again. My friends...,.- l were in .l X 7- classes. - I , ff School passed-...,,...,,,.,.,,.ly in and it was not long before Homecoming was upon us. We anticipated spirit week, the football game, and the dance with,,,l-Q-feelings. On senior dress up day, Ili I ..,,,- . At the football game, Denise M. Williams Emily A. Williams The dance was because Beforehand Ifwe V l. 'f s . , ll I V Afterwards Ifwe T K, I am gladfwish I went! did not go. N Q Thoughts of college began to.i,- . - ' , ' me. Besides filling ""l hi I' l out applicationsfdeciding not to go, ' an 9 'A l visited and lovce L. Williams Lisa A. Williams found it to be After football season was over, the girls had their chance to.-1... y at Powder Puff while i the guys . 3- Unfortunately, we lost the game, but ' all was not lost since......1...1 . After that game l had "N one,,-1--1-,nightat....i it f I, i f I f w where.,- Finally the much needed winter holiday came. During the vacation,,,,.,-,.,,,. I Y ' On NewYear's Eve, ,-,,.- because of?- I made the following New Year's resolutionlsl: ' al" i J 1 Pamela U, Williams Douglas E. Wills Senior prom which l had been looking forward to all these years turned out to be I .4 Q. . On that night I L At long last graduation arrived. Ihe year ended love, R. Stoll vvilson Valorie A. Wilson Y 9 if 1 ,'-53. K S. xv J - FQ Cxv v C l li X james T. Wisniewski j1lu"'..1" 'qt Q K. l X fg--A Iff ' David L. Winfield Sandra F. Wise lv K l M , i 5 5 5 Q W 2 L , wwe .- Marilyn A. Woodhouse Melvin T. Woodhouse Mary T. Wright Robert 1. Wysocki fi, 1, A 4 8 4 .6 f ' Y' V 5 . ,. QL' if ' :L C7 ie. l l ,,..l Petra A. Zauzig s,s. 2...-.,.v,., 5 x U in-I si WT 1. . 3 , 'f "9 -K A - A g D I, il . W E, .wi Tim j. Zirnheld Sermon - 7' Jr' ' lamwmf Q A Displaxing the senior class slogan still crazy after all these vears are Kathy McQuillin and lane Drewry 5 I in .vis f,,-use xxlfvalv' 11' id All Www Ev? ...:,,g., 11 "'lT7"'f -.,,. Tlx ,N e 573:- imc fsf V-,., 32-2- ,T'.f'1 LL: rn 2-11.2" f-. 3 f-,:. fbi' 3:2 ..... C :Jw C.f..f.3- E25 1'7- :.:., f-'QV' 3' 3 '75- ,ag .-C, OCD :Fanf- -'TZ Jiif. Epitomigihg the 1980 gracluates was the class slogan "still crazv after all these io cl spec ial wav. "' -. Seniors participated in manv school "1- orieritecl .tc tixtities. During Spirit Week se- ,- riiors clressecl up in pajamas, roamecl the lmlls chaiitiml nursery rhymes, chased ce-.ic h other through the courtyard, .md g.ithc-rc-cl .it Mc liJon.ilcl's for an early Egg wilt L'NlUll'lll. During Powcler Puff, when the girls cloooecl their sweatshirts .incl tttc lclecl .i tootlmll 5.1.ime, the guts lcihlcecl their hair, lac-.icititiecl their l-.ll es, tmcl chose .1 Powcler Putt citieeii. lhesc- .ic tivities further - , ,, ,ss , -4,, c-xc-iiiplitic-cl cltiss unity tincl spirit. Sc lltylilflk pursuits lilcc-wise .iccc-iitecl A "' I seniors' pursuits. College .ipplictitioos to r'4's Virtgiiim iiiiiversities .incl to otit-ot'-sttite ins- V' lx ,- statcitioiisi science t.iir protects, ,incl iiiiiiic-tous p.ipc-rs .incl math prolilems , ' 1 sc-irvecl to hc-iglitc-it thc- tntelligeiic e level ol sc-iiiors limit cocilcl not cl.iiiipen their c lllfl- llfhsw, All c oiisiclc-recl, it xx.is .iii c-xc c-llc-nt vcuir 7 tor lust t oloiiml, lllcllllxNl1lllll' rowclv lxtit ' X respoiisililc-, spiiitc-cl licit stiixiiitg, llhlglllll- i - ,- fl'llllllllllltHlI'NlS1'llllllll.lN'x i .f Lf if -44 - A e 4 . or A or a 4 A e Q. A 4 I 1 ' rr I , - -..... -' - ff 1 Q, 4 - 2,-, '- '1 is Q3 - . '- ' " i N ' 1 :N -5 -Ky ' i ' I r 1' . l , .4 . 1 IC' .A - ' . i f .yx I I D i ,- , 1 ' ' ' . ' - x - I " f J n 7 ' Z ' - - 9 . -. A ' l , 1 - 1.4 .!,, ', f ' I N Q .1 . iff e . N a I I ' I 'Q - 1 l l ' l -1 X ii l I i ' ' , - , j .V . u ,YA ' ' I 1 H . I - M of . - f: I I .I I I Ill A fin ll' 'n 'N 1 v : . -.g t .if . Ann I 4 I Mg 4. ff- - - . I ' V rg ll 5 f H u ' ,li 1 - A . ,. N t J. I" ' '- c' , V I 'i 4 2, 1 'hal 'he A- . . j fr, '. ' if nf - , . L11 i .1 Q r. Qt V V l lv ' ' ' we , ' .i ,U I ' , lg . .L H -' ,Q im 'i i. smite " ..- ,... .-..-. Y 9 V, h. . ' :L , 52- , V--,--an FA 1, .5 ,. 'ti - J J , R I Q In l K .- y . W -A F 4 f' l f .C 4 f 3 A. fav Mike Hancock, a spirited senior, modestly flaunts his It physique. ALL THESE YEARS J o ' .3 , 1' A., .1 P' 1 ii .N Q,-Q . I L? an ' " X, the Seniors yell of their xuperioritx tit the Homenominp, pep mllx . P i' 2 c X C. .x N' -C ,I Lair i .lf 1123? . I I ' 1' I O 9 . ,.-1-n..g,I',1r-4... Vrqisifiiii' ' ne - ' 521 .--. ,r Q7 V JIM ?'liw:: :,'1f2:4-:Mb , .,..N-'--'W f ' 1 ' Q t .1""N A, , Twin 1 , ' vf 4- ,WC 3eg-file' Lilffwf-. 'X rp H fmni' EH .X X .X Us x l'l',,rr fm' r HUM v MAN 'V' :nf 1 ,mp if .mc ul" .V ..l!' xx,hlVf"l,t" Mmm' KU-mv' hww Hqvw H :Hum H.1N1il'VN!IU Hmm. H,elr1'.-.m , ,, , Fxuwc-1 ri,w1'.xm C11"'Nl'UH,1 lurwrz H,1H.1'41 XJHM l'l,mkrmJxr Xww1Pi,1fIwrxN lu'-mr . H Vfbfw C'w'1Xl'l1'!r1rr! lmrfx Hwm-X lJ,1rsH,1rr N1,4rQ.1rn-IH.mfuv If-.mH.1-Im C ,ark Hf',1Je', Mws-H1-,mffmvxup "vwru-Irv Hn-Mrwgls N11 X. Hn-rwHx,1!:, f M114 L H4'rv'u-VT 1J'u- f'2l'1vrn'lY M' rf: rHu'H f M., If , Q V A C ASS QF 'B I F . Y' L rr r 5: . Ty il , ' x . i i T27 as J 1 FZ ' -i QL E V 4 XQ ,fl 5s 'X 1 f 7 , 1 f 4? no '- f F . 'f' i F ia ii rv' Ld I fc ,Eve q.-r 1 vi? ',. lf lil lil l'rli'i lit-,rifrii ll ,i lim" nil ,171 lll f'if l'.iiil lilaf l .avr iiiria lili Nlil-w Iilfrfl lirarl lilm li-r liailiara liliiiri left Blumi-ntlml Uavirl Bogarflu- leslie Boll: lt Pam Bonnet Nllssk lifrut lie-r laxnie Bowl Mike Bowl jackie Brarllex Dickie Bragg Courtnex Brant h x t . v 3 A . tw , 'S lk X v n ,-. Ie, '. in I ' gi -5:3 if af! ki 'fit .tu "v ,W f A l Forcefully proving the quote stated last year, "Eighty-one is here to stay," the ju- nior class elected a steadfast group of of- ficers. just as we are familiar with the un- ending crash of waves on our shores, so can we count on the persistence and for- titude of Clark Beasley, Sheila Francis, Loukia Louka, and Laura Dickson. As captain, Clark stated what had to be done and some plans to carry out these orders. Realizing the capabilities of his three major assistants, he handed the plans to his first-mate Sheila, and his other two aides, Laura and Loukia. With many goals in mind, this foursome worked steadily to lead the crew, the junior class, on a successful journey. Similar to most ships, there is one major responsibility for each sail. For this jour- ney, the foremost in all minds was junior Prom, Due to the leadership, persistence, hard work, and dedication of the officers, with much help from the crew, the Prom was to be undoubtedly a great success. With these four manning the ship, the crew would unevitably reach all its desti- nations. ..., ,N W, l -,f 1 'f Gregory Britt Susan Britt Susan Broecker loe Brown lonathan Brown Manuel Brown Tama Brownlex lxellx Bunting David Burnett eve' ELAHIID I 'vu Buffue 1"' Hu 'wwe Bell. Teri H rw: Xrw'm1CaVTet Make-C.14rw I V4 4 C,aI.fIIre-w JCr1II1II.xr1', QN .4 , - qt Y . xr.. -1 , ' , P I ,r 4 "3 - 'X we x " -0 T I . 'rj Rf ,,-. I IM,-xx Q-HI.1fI.l fImrIeX Cer If-rr: CJIIJUN XCV Num!! C'.1rTt'r EIIer1 C,.srxe'r Comme C. mm -Xrwrirr-rrC.1L1NIIx I mcIx C ImI1w Nrrwce-fI'w.1rnIu-rlrarrw IIIIXIFI CfrrpL1mmT1 'XI.m C I1w'Ix If-tt C, Iwmr c IWIUII r9.1LxI CIM: I.nrrx LI1rlxIl.m MII:-V111 'xxrmm fmeuzi C'I1rlxIrnTIvrwr1 C I.rr.r C I,1rIx Ida-tw K I.: Ir.HN.f Int kr-III CUII4-III IIrI,.1r1frIIIm rkc- ILQII x 4 . X, I ' 5 1' ig 1 'F ,, h nv ,Q q. -If I - L - z . f X' . ,Y ,' s r I v . I , . . I X 4 ,4 I Q I 121' xt C . f ': I ' ' 1 I I ez Qrsapporyhqgfg nog Q drscouraged bv sparce mum I sales, Sayegh Werner, Tracey f 'M Etheridge, and Tracey Lerner stay bx their post. I ', . V8 I I N is I ,ur Iv, 1 .fi , I Sr I Bu I0 -1 mol rI.rm4-s plUVIlIl' .1 :mums fur NAirI.u1v I! INIII hl'II4'IUX, I IMI Hlggw, .mrl Hlend 1 I I III rn-In-.1--1' .lnxwlics durrmg Iheir grmior yn-.rf s 12,1 , K . 'JO I S is ND Having experienced the trauma of the sophomore year of high sc hool, juniors felt confident in their daily routine clurincg their second year. An inner-conficlence was created by their survival of such a tryf ing sophomore year. Although junior courses were more difa ficult, the expectations of high school teachers were better known and hopefully a study routine had been established Iu- niors also had a more exciting social life. Honor Society membership was available, as well as membership on the Yearbook CWTFW D dS C-I Staff and the opportunity to partir ipati- in l'reslclentt.il Classroorn, Ciovi-iiior's School, and Ciirl's and l5oy's State, Ilii- year was filled with the anticipation ol their first prom. juniors had become .ice ciuainted with the school and felt comfort- able there. The awlcwardness and self- conciousness of the sophomore year had been replaced by grace and confidence. luniors were prepared to find new chal- lenges as they looked forward to the unique characteristics of being a senior. Sl LJ L j vvrzv,--f I' . 1 julia Collins - - lsen Collins 'S " Lyle Collins ef Qs Tim Collins I i' 5 Katie Conrad v Tim Consolvo A ik A 'cy , ' K it Carolyn Cooke - X lu T l if -me s J 1' r.x'X Q- r 5 "' "iz, K , new rt i' -5. la ""' .A 6-15 --f -S., K. 4' , x '14 . -4 Q i -1 K ,4- "s X . as -Ci ,g . gg, J iz df, Q AQ. Todd Coolcsey Lawrence Cooper Teresa Copeland David Corey joe Corleto Sherri Cornelius lerome Corniclc Noel Coulsting Tom Crabbs Cindy Craft David Crell jalayne Cribbis Carol Criscitiello Sherrie Crites 'Cv - . I Angela Crocker Albert Crumble Maschell Crumble Lisa Crunk Darryl Darling Scott Darnrnen Chantel Darrell Donna Davies lohn Davis Pete Davis Randy Davis Scott Davis Sarah Deal Casey Deboxtel T? , .L ii Ricardo Delloro " X ' Debbie Defviasters ,J v Debbie Desroches , Laura Diclsson Q . 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You stay awake all night because you do not know to which college you are going . . .This could be your lucky night, You, yes you, can be the first kid on the block to have the expert college guidance provided by the spectacular College Night at the Dome on November 1, 1979 from 4 until 8 p.m." This is an advertisement that may have been used by the Guidance Department to promote the annual College Night on No- vember 1, 1979. College Night proved to be a great suc- cess as many juniors, sophomores, and seniors from the public high schools of Virginia Beach gathered together to rec- ognize the various college opportunities available to them. This annual event was organized by the Guidance Department of the public high schools. Thanks to the hard work of the Virginia Beach Guidance Department, more First Colonial students are getting some sleep at night. , .4 .,t. I me il llllfl 'Q' -hir I' s 4 1 fs '99 li 40 vs . N 1 . db LX ' 'vt l i IX. A lux' x,Ff 1. 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' f Q f l '-Q fx lf- it l . ' 1'-A , 9.4 ' . 'nvl ing number fourteen was the usual experi- ence. Traditionally, such a mistake was not discovered until one reached number forty-five. Correcting the dots was almost more painstaking than figuring out the an- swer. Dots, dots, and more dots were all one could see after the test was finished. If the test did not determine his intellectual ability, it did at least determine his strength of eye. As joy filled those who had finished their last S.R.A.'s, they realized that P.S.A.T.'s S.A.T.'s, Achievement Tests, and other college tests still awaited. Would they never escape those ever- present test instructions . , . and dots . . .dots. . .dotsl e Y iv 'zffr 4-'xiff I4 4 ff " xp-H , 1 fn Y, 6 wr, 5- A W 'lf TQTSJQ 2 1' 1 NN X-. larnes Zeisler Paige Zemanv Elaine Zmuda Dennis Zollicoffer -J Xe I7 'ia l"l1l.XXl' i Ylif-il,i XXL Xilll'lll' Xl.: i l-:iii 'x'Xilil,iiii 'xlir liiilii' 'Aillii lritliii X'X.illi,irii N.'X.:lli.iiri l.Xiiii f,irl Hilliii iii lx.irf-ri Vkilfiiri lx:-nm-th Wilsuri Priscilla Wilsrmn Russ Xxlfllli' Stove- Vvilsfiri lril1riX.'Xinneftt lm VxtrlKllf's .Ntarlt Vvorirls loclrlx Wool lurlrl XN'rs,-nn to larence XX riuh Hunter XX right lenniter VX right lxini Wright -Xntlrexx Nates lat lx Nriung r 1 L Q I Q . 'f-. 1 nf Xrnc' fx Lum f VV, , ? dx'-lH11,3J. V Vz"'. H,14I.'.1" '-Jxgx' :fi :"v-N Nkerx Hvmr, Xrwrlwux H,x'Mm1 NW-r'H:'f1r" PN"NY,f'3,4Y11gM.1 Nhv' - V'n'1ft' iw Num l1,mPw.mcif. Vwgrpw Menus" NM-'H Hn' exvu Nm mfr He-mil! NM wr' rf.: H+-vrvwlt X.'Uw,fkw Hn-rl HrL1u'HwI I,wu-N Hn-xl Hmm e- HM! -v-v- ,4 Q os Q 1' D, E I 5 ' 5 X1 N . ii' vm Q Q L 'JG x. if -5. s X Y ' ,fl K E72 ' r-Q. L 9 ,K 1 1- IU! fy, q. 4 1 M" nvxf' 4-0, S ff' po ox Y 419 - ,N YQ? 9 1 ' 4- 1' ev ' it 15 , , K I Q 5 - , .- 6. x, 5 , S L ' ' ' x 4 xx- 1- ' P T- 41 xx ,-X. ,af p s Are, I H111 J M im Having anticipated x 4 m x provided greater oppurtunitiw for so mo olwlm-nt, Don Stex cmon, widen P f ers, Pam Bacigiolx, .md -Xricl lom-N fultl X cis ww lux workin ' xg rx I1 nd .md rc lhvlr - X f f 5, complishing .1 5.u'0.1t dull .mx Nuphmm ' claw muffin L-rx lion Slvvomorl, um' who takes hu job Nl'I'fULISIX', A'. ' ' Q -r . rn mllzuf the Import lmv ut LIN I L 1 L ivnt lmcin-rsl1ip.z:1ci xxmlwci Imrd lu u L1 ,ff . 41 1 nizc' .u tix iliw .md pmicclx mlm I1 no X 'N' '- fi wt thc xc-.uKpl.1m in motion. Don dui 1 N mlmuloux mln riwigning lhv Nuplwom I4 Q , ' 1: tlnml .mai working to dum .md com A.:sa . 9 ' ' 4' I H - w - '- A W1 K,--1 vlrr-2 :Q gfhm k1ll'X!'Yl'wlHl gm-N.: ,gi ".T1I',gu'ly, H011 lwf, .mtl 'Kllvll I-HV w' 3 , Y- J 'F 1' n ' 'o ' 5 gf!-'fx I 1 x 'x I F ga fix' .h 1 fINTl.lI11l'XNUI'lx. lin' lmulmlmlx .md mhm-rtul pw N unmlllx ol 1 ..x I F ST - AST E392 L l .tg - H., sq , ,- .-L sy 'if r' f -f gp A S 53 v ll bi is '-'G , ,Q ,. X . ' ' X V - N X ' E' x " - 1, xy r , if X X-. I' . K 1-I ,nw .. ' - . 'V v 1 o f f N .rf 5 ' . ' if h . W vw A V -U 9:5 735, ' . .3 4 V ,f La' , if - , r 2 f ,. ff: 1: ' 'r - f 1' ' - .- . Rug :Ca -Y ' I , 1 - . W Q vii , K 3' 4 V :Xa ' f . 5 ,z ss. V- K 1-'VLA' . , 1 . 5 0' f" 4 ,- '- '3 7: ' f:-.. ':: f. ?I if 'r N l .2 'F 2 C i ffv - i "W, f- i Q. Selden Peters made her well-liked by - C ' , many. Selden provided much enthusiasm and support for everyone. As class treasurer, Pam Badgely's outgo- ing friendliness and natural ability to take charge proved to be valuable assets. Pam took the initiative to supply much of the materials needed for the sophomore float. Quiet and calm at all times is the nature of Ariel jones, class secretary, whose pro- ficient organization kept everyone in line and all projects operating smoothly. Having these qualities, the four officers led the sophomore class through a suc- cessful year. f 4- '- ', -. -v X .av wr N 2 , X aw 4 'sr' Q C C' C Smal C ' fb-N V ml ' I i 'BT Qs I H f- W - f t s- L , Q. ., Q . ' 'V' - 3 x Q -, - - N ,. X 7 , X 'X l 4 M D " ' v ' R c 'W 'f"'4 I t Aa' N X ., r r w E . 'X .ggi 'ha W ri -3 si' W ' - 5 - 1- it , " , , , . L ' s 1 A A-Qxg -wx I '- 'V' .. I-niri.l1ilf-iii lriii lil 1 lun lolita lllaii ' 4...- 'xllsflll llli-xiii lriflfl lilotlwr liettw lions-lli InfXriiiBr1lil l.IllIf'N lifel in-lir.il1rv.fl lisa Bowl Nllssx Html llowns lilhldllll llifaln-th lllrlfllflff lisa Brarllex llavirl Brarlshax lohn Breast lohn Breen Cindx Brewington .-Xnthonx Brirlqers lohn Bridges Marlt Brogan Penny Brooks Barry Brown Chervl Brown Darrxl Brown Harry Brown Scott Brown lxlrbx Brownell Lisa Brueggeman David Brumlex' Cherie Brunelle Carol Bryant Ronnie Brxant Chip Bubeclt . er Lf Brenda Buettner I -Xlison Buttltin Marx Burgen Paula Butcher Gretchen Bxng Lawrence Cake Vicente Canoniqo Raxmond Carnex Iill Carter Nova lean Corillo untlerclrs 4 11 x -' Y xx I xi X, 3 Lunch provndes a relaxing interlude lo rape from the rapsd pace of tht danlv i 1 :lim xx- V , t D5 . NDA P lc Enthusiastic sophomores were proud to hecome part of a high school. Although they had lost some stature hy moving from the oldest at junior high to the youngest at high school, they had gained respect he- cause they had hecome part ofthe Patriot cheering team. Their growing independence became evident. High school meant learning to drive, meeting new friends and teachers, and finding their way around a new A c KEN sr hool. They were tort ed to take rr-sports silmility and a giant step toward adulthood The main attractions of high school were the extra-curricular activities. Footlmall games at night, danr es, c luhs, proms, and other various activities made the sopho- mores eager to join the fun, The new high school students were proud to make it known that they were wearing the re- spected hlue and gold, lv if .J Q5 Q"' gl. Danny Creekmore Cindy Cyr M Renee Cyr Christina Czarnecki Elizabeth Daniels Mike Darst iii A David Daugherty Cindy Davenport Doug Davenport Greg Davis Kathy Davis Lynn Davis lack DeBauche P327 Steven DeCiorgi Romeo Delloro 32 Tommy Demshuk . David DesRoches Richard Dixon - Shay Dodson Q? 4 lfd . X 3- x 5 in :Trl fx . 3. A Ellen Dollenmeyer I - N 53 A M Steve Douglas Darryl Dozier lo Dozier T Timmy Draughn i Sally Drescher juan Dreuitt Dana Drummond Lisa Duke Ricky Duncan Duwayn Duval IB, Eckstein William Eddingfield Tommy Edwards lenny Edwards Melissa Emerson Eve Endres Keith Enlovw underclass - Rf' P1 w'-1' lmww 3 , K 'Q - 4 Q. x P FT 1 A- W 'fo-vs V X aug , . ' . - ar. X f V 9" 'E 'C I L. I 1 if fl. rf Q .-4'- 'S X l 4 ' J , K I 1 1,1w.'P..f.1 iw" 'INV' ' pw,-,,-, ' '.'X,r.: fu.: Q" K i 1 ' "f"'x , ,1-1 l'r.w" N-AIQV f"m1:",x r- ' u .1-r lu A F55 'Q if l 0 YN .'-', J ix n 'NX 'A ll: -'V' f'r"""'. v 11 'f.n"'o' P-'4y.',u" 4 f'41f"Tl' naw 1,- f 1' 4 nu e1'wf.:-w- 1 ,MM I My 1,,.N. .'.'zW' 'A cliff 1 rv" - I ?1 4' W' . X- I 1 ,,. Q. .. WX, 'f f .., x ,K . ' Y. ' m 1 4 13- .. 'I RA X 1, S W M 1 A Apumimg to .1 recent gallup polfq xopho I mic number one QS 12- Jw QI... ill Neil N tylk feirs his white outfit soon to be yellow from egg, yolk. fx i WMM-ff? JFS It-..s AT'- ...W I f ev 7? is f- 7 , 1 9 fv X lb Q i 12.7 'l it My, 5 -,,, .PV 1:75 441 g 1 1 fa, YQ .CN 'OK' ..f 11.7 va A X C - in ., . a ff., N 'um' X ix-SQ' Fi H+ , E s i 'fo g X U- ' i J " s . XV- , , .Xa c. " as 'Q' I -ng gf' AA I I 11, - -r, 2? , rg ,-Q . J I r. ,va 'nf l . ua Sv l ,Nav side 'Q '.l.ill lf , lt .i fur Williaiiif ll.riili,iii- f hail fil4'l ii Asliilllilnd. fiiilrili li-ll firirirlriiaii lii.iiii fmrrlriii Mivxy fifiirliiii Hl4".l'li1ilfllJll Mir hvlle firiftiii Re-irl firiitin Kntlv Crunwalcl Nanci Haas Alison Hagerman raisins-me-i-Q. lom Hall Certainly the zealous enthusiasm dis- played by the sophomores during the Pep Rally proved the class of 82 to be one of the most spirited sophomore classes in re- cent years. The sophomores showed their rowdiness with relentless energy. Uncon- trollable excitement in the form of yells, cheers and chants of eighty-two!," eighty-two! were heard throughout the rally Excitement grew even more intense as the teams were introduced. Supported by loud cheers Phillip Hall and Susan Nichols stomped fervously in the balloon popping contest but despite their efforts they had to settle for third place Neil Nayak and Todd Spencer were representatives in the egg tossing contest. By concentrating solely on their egg, they outlasted the juniors and seniors, taking first place. Having the ability to gorge, leff Heath ,A . I .1 1' Q 2 3' X ti sf ',, V . t ri ' 1 Q . v . ...rt '-1 V N l . 1 1 . f i ' ' ,rg ii ii T J i 4' Q .i tif ? .. x if I 'Q , A' an I . f ' , . T r il W i fir Q ,A N. fx l , . F J W 5 4 ,JL 5 , 1 i, Ki a s - i . F U . T-. A t f 4 l l f L l P... gags, SQ a , " 5 . H O H 3 . l ' l f gf ' sr .f I S ff' C X as ate his way to first place in the ice cream eating contest. No matter how she searched, Cindy Smith had to yield to a third place in the treasure hunt. Truly, the sophomores' showing at the Pep Rally proved to the rest of the school what a spirited class they are. :W s is .vii I KTA- V. f 4 "4 314 T: . -sr L , . I, 5 xl 'l ltr ' x Qt Q 1? 4 Q 4? 3 lr .F LV,-i ,t Q.L! A l ,Q ,, WWI, 'f , '. I' is - - -A4 .vt tg I v,.. . I f. l l 1 4 . t, vt it Aus .- bfi X - 1 Tv V. i l I 1 Pam Hall Ronnie Hall Bruce Hall Diana Hammontree Tim Handley Charlene Hardoclx lxaren Harlan lay Hart lxevin Harris underciasc Y I 4 . UH, . .' 4. .V-' L 4 , 4 1 1 ,".'l f-'-' lt.--- .I l ,t-s' 1 1' ist ll , ,T5 Q ' tl' . MQ, . Q-'H il." Kmttv fhlrv iif"I4' lltiiIt'.'.t', l"' iti llttf RZ 'slim' lltitl '-" 'D' tipliiw- lluuglif .' lit' llnft lit "tant lltiulie- l'f" tluglie- t" lltigltt- twr-'4 lltiaii A--'fr lll,t"'e'lltt'il 'Q N ' lil lim I" I' X t'.'lttt i lar M-:iii lrrti'itv'l1trti-- ltue lt'lit" ' ,Q X J -. r , f P- Y? f"'i, I i i h 4 on H in at 2'- 4, 11. I' the pain of athletes footis I, sophomores show x, , R 10 will l A A Une of the nionientous taslss the soph- omores fae e eaeh vear is the huileling ot their llonieeoniing float. Although eager to loin in the eonipetitive spirit anel pre themselves worthv to the more expert ene eel juniors anel the seniors, the sopho- JHW XVUK' tlso e ontuseel anel hewilelereel it the enorntous unelertalsing aheael ot mee . ie ' 1 1 ropes, the e lass ot 83 set ah L istruetion of their float with an in ' 1. iervor horne front high -nit XVith these feelings ot anxietx anel o it the ipa- ff Under the leaelership of Ioexf Francis anel lseeping the theme of "The Little Old Woman Who lived in a Shoe" minelful, everyone hegan their tasls, Materials were gathereel anel worls was elivieleel into three areas, Susan Moshxi anel Rachael Duhin heaeleel the worls in Cape Henrv, Neil Naxfals anel 'loelel Speneer heaeleel that in lsings tlrant, anel lisa lohnson anel lennv Brvant tools eharge of the worls elone in Bax' Colonx. Slowlxi, confusion eleareel as a form hegan to appear aniielst all the niess of wire, paper anel wooel. Spirits rose as exerxone anxioush axsaiteel the hig elay. linallx, on the morning ofOe'toher 19, the three partial floats were enioineel. they fit! J . . . . . little heanietl front the tae es of the float participants as the finisheel proeluet of their he-st efforts was eiisplaveel. though elisappointeel ln the loss of the float eont- petition, the e lass of '83 hael sue eeeeleel in ae lireving soniething else tor they eoulel he prouel, lhex hael estahlisheel a plae e for theniselves hx proving they were a uniteel anel spinteel e lass eapalile ot nieetinp, any ehallenige thex ene ounteieel. Diligence is the emence sophomores' float work. fd l 4 IG Q .-.1 i, 5 Q.A",, N X Y i . ' L . i , la l' 9' A-' ,' s ,ga if zjwig M9159 ' N . '- - ii sz . " 'if - Q K .- - V 4:2 jjgiriy 1 ff" ., ' ,-,L' Q, ff' .. f an-af' ,f ""4 1 " ' ' .-- gr IQ if A 1 - ' ' - Q-' ' -Q fi - 'A ,. Q- f Hg . 5 N h . uh w,. 0 1 Bfogaflland Cliffs P06 ustrate the unique float ng methods of the Class 1982. l - . 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' ""1L'1'VfK'-'A"'A ,fp .1,1"" v.,..,! .'A VM' Mm, 1 Wm. i "' .- X W" Y , 1 A ' 5 53- X " T 'ZR 05 4 'K . n il ' ffxifxa If IN 62- a ' X . - - , nz' 3 - alifixfifx 1 A . A . . I 'gffhy-fgx !:....:t A R- f'x'fff--'F' 'z 2 5' P iv 1 uc r N . -v l 31 ,lf VN C If H 5 R lW fMNl IVA JU' v' 1 5'- T rt G A X 2 A - ii .lili- .lil1i.i llii lui '.lif.ii', 'f , ' I4Ai1rllii".lillfi'rn , 11' I X " , . if X Q,x N l Anim ' 1 iFiI! "t'Ai If 1 1, . 1 ' r U A O I ?q . N i 6. .. S - I 5 , 4, 'N " ,.,. y 5 Iuhri Nli lliitili s . r-Q , - i, , "" llarni-x Nlcliitmi- . . . . I .4 , . fr - l'sl'X.IllX.ltlXl'.1ll ' ' -l X 13 A .3 Q 's . 1- ,- lill Nti lst-nliv ,,. lulie Mt lsr-nfw X X '- h. ,J Milseklcljtii-c-itsrx 1 'ge Nancx Mcfjuillin X 5 x L -Y , . i ! V There is a powerful force, driving the L youth of First Colonial and transtorming ' "' 'll . . . , re, them from the followers of the status quo - ' to wild, rampaging renegades, frantically -A ,gf i supporting the cause of the Patriots. This X ll I . til. unexplainahle phenomenon is known as Bleacher Mania. Some call it a parasitic scourge, infesting the minds of a new gen- . 4 eration, hut more rational thinkers have ff. ' P Tm Mwltl' hailed it as a harhinger of prosperous times all over First Colonial, on the foot- hall field and off. Fans have witnessed an overwhelming metamorphosis in the stands from the pas- sive gentility of previous years to the rauc- ous exuberance characterizing this hleacher mania, occupying all the waking hours of the sophomores. They come in drones, the frenzy-eyed sophomores, oc- cupying the stands like a regimented militia. Few people would have thought that towheaded moppets from Lynnhaven lr. High and Virginia Beach lr. High would undergo such an extravagant transforma- tion to an intense, pulsating moh, pre- pared to go to any lengths to cheer on the Patriots. Previous to the sophomores' arri- val here, it was generally considered that such an electrified, even tvtachiavellian group of supporters would not he ac- cepted in the overall meek and pacifistic throngs of on-lookers, hut the driving force of hleacher mania remains today unchallenged. 4. x 1 Bi. is X, , ' .I Ui -1 .0 l i I " ' 4 ."' 1 . if u vXg'l I, fs Q, ,y 5 T Qss ,. Marc Mese lim Michaels lohn Midgett lxevin .xiidgt-ir Mike Miehl Scott Miller Richard Milletisch Mundi Sing Deliorah Nlirers -Xndrea Mires underrl is- - ll if'- D . 39" ji in 1 1 1 F li V 4-if I " S?" --5 , 'A ffep: A 1 " lvnfi f e i ' 1 ' fx' 'J 'H is A 12. , 1' ' ' 4 . 'tn 3 . 4 1, , an - . 1 .-J' 'I '- xerg' 3 t . 'Q 1 43,8 ' U 1551 e Sv 1 We W 14. I -' . I , .- ,A 5 1 5 xi .' ' -41 I ' ' . vi. Q , mm 1 Q. anon 1. - ' 25232551 ' if f 1 - ,H 1 f1'????g7N v' ' . 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H ' '-",N Q fx 4 .1 +1 x, X4 3' SN hi 'Q-P Mr. Hill describes the sensation of an automobile crash. ft Q l- lfi ll? Y , .4 R 1111 L. eszil - 9 x 'tgps' Accompanied by extreme uneasiness and followed by an enormous sense of re- lief, Driver's Ed is something not only stu- dents, but also driving instructors, must undergo at one time in their lives. The most memorable experiences of Driver's Ed may not be ones recalled by the stu- dents, but by the instructors. Yes, the job of a driving instructor is not always an easy one, nor a safe one for that matter. Subjected to many harrowing experiences and living to tell about them, instructors have their own stories to tell. One Virgina Beach instructor recalls the time when of his students in the process of passing on a two lane road, failed to see a car in the opposite lane approaching. To avoid a head-on collision, the student swerved his car sharply to the right, thus driving off the road and well into the cornfield beside it. Unfortunately, driving instructors find themselves in situations like these quite often. as Wk - lt E14 , A V I V 5 i , w x V . 52 4 Q 11 ..-1 ,. . if ,gr-E, X -, E ' ' ' t i E 1 ' . s :Ah 4 ci as 4- M fg, W 5 1 Q 'V - X 'v , i X a v - sn l . li "' .T ,,l-zz -,X .Qt af! 'Lal r JO J ', l Q t . fx. X XX - iw-I 174 U g ' Q'-fi sl K g ' 'Fj , luliii Nxlllll' 'xllflll' NN iilwliiir' lJ.llNlll'XxlIll4'lllI1l lhiiiriri Vvliilc-riiwii lyric-ll4AVVirlt1wiii liviinx VX'illi.iriis ljttlllllt' VVilli.in'is Iennite-r XN"IllI.lHts Frank Vvilsrin l.it kit- XN'ils4in Sherrx Wfilsun Steven Vvinn lack: Wisnieix ski lohn Wisniewski Becky Wood Earl Vvood Averx Woodhouse Iosette Woodhouse Carita Vvoodies Tract Worlds oug Yates karen Nevlove Marx Zanni Dexter Zollicotter unrlerrlwss - l' t if THE FORGOTTE Volume I, Edition ll rutal Alarmi t:"Kidding" VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA - lt was a dank and dreary january morning. The tem- perature xxas a discomforting twelve de- grees. It was as if all the earth's inhabitants had suddenly, indifferently, become dor- mant in their depressing hovels. Thin wisps of smoke rose reluctantly, indifferently from their smokestaclcs atop the Main Administra- tion Building and Cafeteria of the State Penitentiary. Suddenly, a thick, concen- trated, billow of smoke was thrust forcefully, indifferently, from a smokestack at the far end of the Penitentiary. This was oddg that part of the Penitentiary was never used - or at least not for the past thirteen years. But this was no ordinary day at the Penitentiary. Today there would be an execution. It had been a fire alarm rap. Pulling and Running. Open and Shut. The jury had just stared - indignantly, indifferently, as the judged pronounced the sentence. Indeed, the trial had been short. It was if he had been "guilty until proven innocent." He never was proven innocent, though. But he never needed to be. The broken-off fire alarm had just Iain on the evidence table - silently now, indifferently - and covered with his fingerprints. In an exclusive interview, he told this reporter, "So many times I cased the joint - I never figured it would come to this." He sat remorsefully, inclifferently: "I never though First Colonial would be such a tough job. Sure, I had tried movie houses, hospitals, tanning clinic s, but never a public high sc hool. I guess my desires just overcame my reason." The warden peered solemnly, indifferent- ly, out of the fashionable plexiglass window of his lavish office, as he checked out the special hotline for the Clovernor. lt was a rc-vertc-cl ritual that all the savage wardens go through. lt was too late, thoughg all the stays had been granted, none more would lie. lleath. Ill .4- . "!n.-rL,L?.. nf- 1 sits re- i I Y' The Supreme Sacrifice. Passing in his chips. Meeting his Maker. The big firehouse in the sky. How much longer would this reporter go on with these silly euphemisms? Yes, he would die - but of what avail? One fleeting moment with a cheap, two-bit fire alarm in the flouresc ent light district of First Colonial. Ile had never respected the fire alarm for its on the contributions to society. He has just used it - animalisitically, indifferently, for some brute thrill. But the thrill was gone. He would suffer the agony of ultimate defeat. "Ha, ha, joke's on you!" shrieked the warden maniacally, indifferently, "False Alarm!" I i I i I CHRO ICLE I.1nuary IS, IINSIJ E., TT. VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA - It was a bright and sunny Sunday afternoon, here at the First Colonial High School Stadium, here in bright and sunny Virginia Beach, Virginia, home of surf and sand - a perfect day for the Fourteenth Annual Colgate-First Colonial Pro-Am lnvitiational Children's Hoist. Small children from all points of the globe have converged on this bright, sunny, resort community of just over 500,000 Yes, these tiny tenderfoots have toddled from Tasmania to Timbuktu to be hoisted by some of the world's most well-developed - and philanthropic - athletes of the day. lt was under bright and sunny Virginia Beach skies that the fans went wild as the announcer called out the name of the most idolized athlete in this cruel, demanding, but nevertheless bright and sunny sport. M.M. was a mass of glistening flesh and brute muscles. Merely thinking about this Herculean mortal brought trepidation into the hearts of all the small children M.M. would hoist on this bright, sunny, day. M.M. walked, that is, thundered, out to the pit, savoring each bright ray of sunlight here in this small resort community. lt was with cool, piercing, animal strength that M.M. scooped up the first group of small children - a thin Polynesian girl and two Swedish Boy Scouts. The fans shouted for more, and with an awesome grunt, M.M scooped up four French girls in ballet outfits. Today, though, M.M. would achieve the ul- timate: the only children left were all the guests at a plump German boy's birthday party. Never had such a demanding hoist been attempted. The fans were silent as M.M. bellowed a terrific cry and hoisted every last Hansel and Fritz in an inspiring victory in this Fourteenth Annual Children's Hoist here in sunny Virginia Beach, Virginia. L ehe fans here in sunny Vir ' ia Beach, Virginia, are temporarily saddcnd as a Belgian Cfampfirt- Cnrl i-, 5 drczg-Qld during the 14th Annual Colgate-First Colonial Pro-Am Childre-n's Hoist. 0 if ' 'Q 1 7.- ff Q' Q rs 5 il Save the I BALES CL. 8.Cl..C HC'-Y lDr'ocl..x1cef5 WANTED Unpullable fire alarms HELP WANTED A number of experienced workers to remove speckled spots from the floors of First Colo- nial halls and classrooms. FOR SALE Second-hand birthday wrapping paper. Get yours off the nearest locker today! LOST AND FOUND 500 pounds of body fat lost in cafeteria, 1000 pounds found in classroom parties. WANTED 180 snow days between Setpemher and lune l l L lc P". I x ll , QL. - f lita L3 T. -. fs-,Q W'-O-UVVV' -Q .Pla A N vu-.4 S lt has been said that a school is a group of people coming together to learn. This definition does not refer to teachers, but teachers are vitally necessary to the total education scene. The teachings staff at First Colonial has done nothing less than master the art of educating, The faculty here is dedicated to the dril- ling of knowledge into each student's head. Excluding the breaking of chairs, cracking of rulers or the shattering of chalk, the teachers here vvill usually try fl il ' 1: Q f ll f ,-,Qfl 1517--,fbi T ,J every human tactic available to get across their message. Une important aspect of being a teacher is being a performer. lt is not at all un- common to see a teacher pulling out her hair in class simply to entertain in the extra fifteen minutes of fifth bell. A special thanks is in order to these pa- trons of knowledge, who over the years have hardened to the demanding duty of teaching, and who have git .ii' en start to thousands of people in our society today. 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I I I Z I -"L",.': ' ,tin , ' ,P Afw. s I Nl Men,-.inns S R w. I , l I I I Mr. Kenneth Lumpkin Assistant Principal of Instruction B.A. Elon College, M.Ed. lJ.Va., C.A.S. OD.U. ft f 'Vs nn, I I s. XX 5, 1 'eff ,X is-Q N Mr, lulm Rulmersrm ssistant Prlnupnl of ,-Xflrmmstmtmn BS., M,-X ECU , CX5. O.D.Uv. wh i mttlIts -111+ 5'x in slitirgitillv Time to Prepare -s critic 'J il 'Q'L'ti' X .,'QfYiiiit'ilC' XI 1' A 's'tt1'. ,ng .-. V ill L L, Xa s .1 . , N .J. JA' snirlev llangari Kiiunsi-lor l-11' "iL 4-its iiliani A 'X-lar. ,Yi ls itlif-rine Rt-I f iiitlirirt llrinrir Nlllll'lN l' l it ri ru I olli-'ie Nl lil -. , L Xirginiii , if .' ff c, -1 q S -.5 .kc -.4 'E-2.1.-'i Y - - , L 1' ,J-"" ,' px Todavis student is faced with manv choices upon graduation. High school consists not onlv of homeworls, studving. and foothall games: it is a time for . . . CUNTEMPL-XTIOTN. Seniors must plan for their future. Should l attend college? Find a ioh! loin the militarv? Graduating students are faced with these and other questions concerning their futures. The guidance counselors offer valuahle advice to all students regarding their post-high school lives, The Career Counseling Center in the guidance office contains helpful information ahout the different colleges and universities a student might wish to attend. For the career hound stu- dent, advisorv materials are availahle which might aid him in college selection. These helpful audioivisual aides, which include filmstrips, microfilm, and casset- tes, are at the disposal of everv student. Interest tests are handv for students having difficultv in piclsing colleges, majors, or careers. DECISION. :Xfter careful consideration of all the possihilities, each student must decide upon his own future. The counsel- ors do not malse up students' minds, thev inerelv offer their opinions. Each student ntttsl decide aliout his own future. Ap- prentice programs, as well as "Earn While You Learn" programs, are availalmle for students whose interests lie in a particular field. Seniors who desire further education must choose from the manv colleges and universities. V sl. VN whli ln explllf ii.. mn ntwv-ll"'1 S O-L4 f 4. .- . 'NH -irrav gf choices Z -P senior 5 I ' s I as is .xi V Q' . 5 ' lf' l AT ff , .. N , I , QT 2 .Q Q 4 xfi-.Q ' -'x T T ww ' T c.. f A." - 'Q fl 'Q 'T 4 . i ag-5. X l .PLL I' ' I H J 'Fi f "v:"v.z'- . ' Q g1uDiNT Num , 3 .. '- , .f 'lf , 4 '-- 11- s- - X ' ' fx- f n, rfcfwf - ' 3 as tse U...-f .vs M, '-I T to A NXBULL N 'T nh . X' 'df qloo Wm J', X fdivl.. . . . - N A . - as 5 IQ 1 X"""ll" ll'll Millliau-I 'vliiirav Ntaiv trirniiianiliir '95 l N t il X '5 "Wt -' U' 4 Ulll1Nl'lHl tourist-lor M Q ll 'N Xlilill'-till Nl ll? ll X XM-Ili-slvv Win .intl li N Hin .N Ntarv, U ll ll A 1 J l 7 ll NLHX I X X X ,,..... 149 '- l l!ll.i'N'yl.1rifl 1 Keith Denman utilizes the Career Counseling 4 Center. College Day, sponsored liy tht- tguirl ll-l-L ance department, provides vac h sttidt-nt .i chance to speak vvith rt-pri-sentativt-s troni many different colleges, int luding Print t-e ton, Duke, and various Virginia schools, large and small. lhe guidance office also offers an abundance of c ollege handbooks and catalogues to aid the decision makers. ACTION. Once the decision is made, steps must be taken to prepare eat h stu- dent for the course he has chosen. Appli- cations must be filled out, SAT and achievement tests must be taken, and ref- erences must be vvritten. After the student fills out his application, the counselors complete it and mail it directly to the school of his choice. Also sent with the applications is a transcript containing scholastic records, standardized test records, and activity sheets. SAT and achievement test applications are also made available. COOPERATION. Each student and his counselor discuss and decide upon the best route for the student to take after graduation. Counselorfstudent interaction minimizes the difficulty of making deci- sions concerning each student's future and promotes cooperation between fac- ulty members and the student body. Also playing an important role in stu- dents' high school lives are the members of the office staff. They are concerned with the secretarial and bookkeeping duties the school requires. A school as large as ours needs a talented and well trained staff to keep it running smooth and efficiently, and we are lucky enough to have one. val 'fa hi. a .9 I ,,., , il fl' L. V 4 N- ..... As.. . - 1? 4' 1 Li" is - -" illj. 'W 'A ' ' f ' xfyl by X L, Q 13 . 5. I fn-5. ., gear..-szaf' "'1'u?f ' S31 ': Alf 173-1 ' l 1 ff31,,,'x l ,- fir J- ' '. .Qin L0 r ' 1 1' "'i .- ww. W, 755' . ls.. . 'g'g'1'fi: f' T' E.. 1 V , lg ,We Job Outlogg 1, Bm! A i s"',"'uv., ""'ur..,., "--n...,,, A..,,,W -n.,,,, ""'-M... QA. r rl, J Tlf'.f,Q'AZ,XfF3 'ax ,N , , . , h . t , ., a j 5 aa, par A .Q A J. LU A X ,E 1 1 7 ,iw t 9' , X V X, f -Q, -,f:L,.4f,'i7,4 - .,2v,,L,J L. Y- x ,? g,:1,j,g-151gQ'sf,Qfie'L fr, 44z!'g,,14 1 I It W 1 ll lf . .fy ' 4, 'Z , I-EQjffa4.Z' ' fgij, , g,41,'if4i',.. , HP . sf' ' 5-'ka V If ' ' ' ' Z I W, l , g I, g , S4 dlp Q . ' A er 1 1'- . If smwusnc um-Iuuzq 0110, Anne Warburton LYVW' Spfmglef Alu me fb sv I, llr ll ,., ,c i Carol Marshall fioiflanr i- Sw ri t ivy Nancy Fifield Bookkeeper Darlene Noble tacults - l I Lurichroom Mania Fearless is the onlx adiectixe to descrihe the teacher on cafeteria dutx. Onlx the hrax est most dedicated hall monitor can accept a mission of such delicate xet massixe nature. If a single student manages to evade the ex er xx atchful exe of the monitor the unsuspecting teacher could he the x ictim of a stampeding mass of lxnoxxledge crax ing students. And why not? Thex hax e iust completed an appetizing and nutritional meal prepared hx those creative cafeteria cooks. These queens of culinary delight have the seeminglx impossihle task of feeding the entire student hody. They have a mere seventx minutes with which to perform this miraculous deed. And perform this they do, without complaint or large reward except for an occasional "thank you". With this in mind, it is easy to understand the eagerness of the students to resume their studies. This eagerness, however, can he excessive as some students will actually attempt to sneak hy our ever faithful monitor. Due to the ever growing fear of a student uprising in the form of a mad rush hack to c lass, the school has seen fit to arm each monitor. Every teacher on cafeteria duty has heen issued a forty-five caliher . . , or rather a forty-five minute cletention slip. Though an uprising may seem far-fetc hed, if such an emergency should arise everyone can he sure there is a well qualified nurse in our school to take care of any casualties. Always on duty, this First Colonial Florence Nightengale provides first aide for the injured and ill of our school. Another vital area of our sc hool are the c ustodians, After the eager, energy pac lxed students leave the cafeteria, who can he relied upon to clean up whatever disc arded ohjec ts that are left hehind hut the custodians! lhey excell in repairing hrolxen apparatus sur h as splintered iateteria doors, damaged hy stanipeding students. llie iomliined ettorts ot these people keep the si hool s daily operations running smoothly. lf- Y ' A LL- nws-: rslriin- 1 i .-Y N I V' YY qw l hi lxie Bragg and I Jrevx Canada anxiously await their hot loin lt O G 'F E C ': Mrs. Harper holds back the stampedmg jnob of e ger lear ers I 3 O s s A of 'I Ms. Elizabeth Schl Nurse 'J :N . si , 41 is ix 'x.1--f I I Il 4 av N L e- I 1 3 Xxx Li gn!! . 1, X i ' Front left: Mrs. Chaimherlain, Mrs. O'Neill, Mrs, fe K Bessler, Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Aldrich, Mrs. Boozer, Mrs. W ' " kj Keiger. Back left: Mrs. Flowers, Mrs, Alligoocl, Mrs. l .-.AJ if 1 V Q" Gilliand, Mrs. Bethea, Mrs. Reich, xiii' f' , ' Mr. Ray johnson Head Custodian p,., llf' ' "f W t.'rCulIx -1 Creating Leader of Tomorrow ef tm vxutmg war IH mtmx .aware llwzx .mr the we ml NlLlCllK'N clvportrmfnt uwplmeszvcl tlw Lmtwl Sltlttw rmuufl AN ull ta- clumwtlt tattmrx Tlw tlvpartrmlrwt tucl pn elmtx tu lmwwm- lmtllwcl IH at turtles IX :cle-cl HLHWN 1JfJlJ11llLlllIlIUNlliflllhl tra mf tlwrm tl lu-this LllNlt'VNldlMllllg1 ut .ill ...- tx -Q all MPX Ut um t tJLllllVX. lm Nm cmlnerl eight Q x ltlflvlllx were tlmwn to .atte-ml the Pm lclwxtml K lmxmtmw, ulwvre' tlwx new 'N t-xgmwtl tcm mmm taspvctx ut our fmt'Vll7llt'lll. 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'- '.l ll X I-Urol-,lglll 'xl.lt1m t tlllmy I4 H Xt N tblll li X XXlllu.n1l .mtl Nl.urx ' ll l'v'l1'lll'XX1vll ll.IIllK XXl'll'-ll'I lltllh' ll.lllxl'I l "'tlll'1t l N lll law, l N Hg-. Iturllmll Klux N1'llllIlll.lNN Nl'.lllHlUlx 'N l lll' I ' ""l lt K lv.-ti.-ml 1 Hlllw- Il N X V! Il 'X M.ulx XX.wlum1ltn1 C ullt-pu' - l . crrv ...n,. JAH. fa " sl Q. vc-1' 'f 'J lf' K 'lfss .ff 5 t f 'Q' f iv-4 ...M K 1 l 1 'N A G 0 A ' ' 7 ....."" 1 '1-...-- , ' vt 4-'I 'T ASW- 'F if-'H' ,iii I Vw, Q Q 1 ,A-. A, -, N Y mv . J n .: - A U Q c I ' ' Ai Bess Mann Norbie Wilson Laura Ezeli Nrmcx P rrktr Gov Sfjffbdll Socw Bgggball, Fggtlyall A.P 'X VV HIS N91fWOtJlx billy L I Qhggrlt qfkfx B S Longwood Lol M A W Aw M 8.5. Atlantic Christaln Col. BA- VJ- VVQSIU W X 1 N George C mrbzrk Stuart Grimes CL, Hull lemme Lhtpm tn U S Cmv U,S. History US. Hts, Inc Out Tr c Leos, 1 kt B A Univ of Mlsslssrppl BS. O.D.U. BS, O-D U V1 1 U sl -Q ' 17 N' wr, by J: United Nations 46 g'1j! I o- ,- Mother Goo e in org lx exuberant after her xuctorx nn "Simon Saw", --. L-Lx A 5' v 5 0 Gi I I sw, X A3 'S - 85:15 5 1 .E nfs .fini " Xl .45 Q 'PJ.': -"H ,.. :Q-' M . I S-hh - xvimvqihbfs-'xcjf' vi. ,I .sw --'aw-. ,lil I I ,I..- ...Lv .1 I fffifhx I. . 11 In I XX I f.,uuI lImn1In'vIx 'YI1.llXIlINlII1lI l .IIUIXIINlN'.lIxI1l.III I Iv IIII III II IIIQII I1'vX IIN IlIIQII'Il IIIX IIIIQII--IIIIIX IIN I I II Il' rr III I lw IIX I mx IIf1vuuI.u I1 X XXuIIl.um .mul NI.n1x II X IIl,'.nIn-Ilmlmxll I HI Um' Nur hols Eng, 12, Ad. Comp., W. lit HA. Asbury Lollf-gf' Mid. U.V.i. '.i 4 1-5 1, FF' 9 i,,' -Y"l' Jr A Pat Romeo English f y ' - . L ' v . R I 5' 'F XJ, ' 4 , ' Q' . , l-- is , .f ,Q ' " ' ?f-s...z Having a class taught by Little Miss Muffet or listening to a lecture given by the Queen of Hearts were common events on teacher dress-up day. Several faculty members contributed to the Spirit Week activities by outfitting themselves in the costumes of their favorite nursery rhyme characters. Well-versed students entered a contest in which they attempted to identify the story-book characters roaming the halls. This dress-up day kicked off a week in which both teachers and students exhibited their school spirit, and which was enjoyed by all. School loyalty was also displayed at the pep rally. A tough game of "Simon Says" brought about a fierce battle involving victory-hungry faculty members. After a trying clash of wits, Mrs. Roig came through as the victor. She outlasted and outwittecl her co-teachers as well as Simon, Richard Schlimgen. But the real victory was the strengthened feeling of cooperation which emerged between students and faculty members. tcll -I BA. Hanover C ollcgt lf :U Ffvtuh Teacher Llfvxttvy hw! ,Mg'fgm. Q, , 1 x ', X1 EQ :E :HDL j I NW 3X,X3n N 'El ., f " '3 1: - "' 4 TSE f' . ff' -v -fm .1 vig "-' f r 5 : 2. -N -Q I " " Ig' .' -fr: '51 :IJ E 7, ' Q f." ' l W .LQu:e,,,:.s fu V ng- rs ,id . - . I, .: in ' fl' , ' '-,:9,'54 f' , ,c ' 'px' ' ' -- I ' 4 - ...Q ' ' ',g-vi, 1 ".',.- Xl w N11 N- , 3. "lu 11 Us lXIvl11.mk K 1 n u V N 'N ,-.- Members of the English department are involved in many activities in addition to their regular teaching duties. Their jobs require numerous hours spent grading es- says, reading curriculum materials, and preparing lectures. Because the English department deals with every First Colonial student, teachers have little spare time. Many English teachers use what little spare time they do have in order to aid their students, however. By becoming more involved with the student body, these instructors exhibit their concern for producing well-rounded adults. One extra-curricular activity in which they are involved is the aclminislering ot' SAI and PSAT tests. The English teachers realize that these tests are vital to every college- bound student, so they are glacl to help. The sponsoring of clubs and other ai - tivities also involve members of the En- glish department. School groups such as the Photography Club and other activities such as school plays are directed and sup- ported by English teachers. They help or- ganize and become actively involved in bake sales, car washes, and other fund raising projects. Besides the activities, teachers chaperone school dances and proms, and also coach athletic teams. Q3 'lb' .ffff '1 I fre. ,,,,. 'VXTY iq.. P+, L I ill liioiliiiii i l llliiy f limi l lil:-l ii i wt or "" ' -Sis isos 'lll?4:4f lin . f' tllxYxllQ1l pf ifzseg f linrli lie f ht Rearliiig Bill Winstearl 5peci.tl Education is s whit, si ii Nik. BA Vvilliam .intl Marx Q I. f sz Jaw .FJY37 ii sf' 0 --4 " 3 -1 .xvv .,..f-v Ric '1 lffi it 4 T ' . 2 G' . gi --x, T 55: 4 if ""s - X 9 ' 'rx X x 'V 31, :f -" " ' 5 - X' i s I 1- :Rx S Betty Rogers Mzrlys Renner Beth img 1 1 7 t . laquelyn Brugh Eng' KA' ws' ILZAP C H EUR- WA, UA: 5ODh..Class Special Education Special Education . . ary as ington o ege BA, St, Lawrence Univ. lames Madison Univ BS. O.D.LJ., M A, ECU. lacult Cooperation ,ffl-f XR. -- w 6 X W, 4 A . K. 4 I I 4 f ,JU if ' i-Lg"q-rn .- Hut - r uv.,-5-.unui.I,.. ' ' -in - - - , - - ..,e,- ig., -4 awp?-. ji.-3 o go- ,, Sai. o. g".y,x , It ,HL I"Mr. W' ' ,i.J5sf-1 . .Q a., .n-+ I K 4.4.1-vg-1.' y , , ,.. -,..,...- '- - 'Z i f o J P-4251" 1 .' ' 'QS -'- x 4---r -.f. U y f .ip-vlrr f , . - .-P' ,-4 , ,r 3 O O O 1 'Q , ' , -9 .. ' N-9 0 .1 7. l ' V EQKQJJ: H' 4 L K X .1 ' uh R .- .' 4 . .1 Sf' 4 qu J 'zz x ' -' , , ' 'I ng 1 I ll ,A Yi , A xl ' X 1 J 54.310 ' 9.,av K . 5 X 2 J , A , ' i I 'fir av ,I 1 'f-- N' .7 . , ,I ' A utQ 1 3 9 ' J J . l' K - J . 4-of Q A 4 , - can : 3- X ' 1 S pa's,.,. A-' . N A 1 sl Z - as lf" X x , H I r' " .. X -' In-fl lirullun 4 I1.uI4-N Iulu-I Nh.ulm1l5urkh.lrl Mix l'P l Ii Ivlllr VI IU NX l.xl1l Pl IU, fl, Il'l1I1iS HN Ifl'lI1'll1LxflII UN IK U If NUIXLJ. LL lthe name of the ZIHIQ Q- 'Sv f W , NH 1 - . V r - ' , ,. 5 1 W. x y F'-ri l- l ll I 4 5"f is ' I Students prepare for their class, while Mrs. l ' I , l I .4 Q Burklgt takes roll. Teacher participation is an important , part of insturction in the physical educa- tion department. lt is not uncommon to ' see faculty members compete with their students or, if they are not actually play- ing, they are probably coaching, refere- l eing, or keeping score. Students develop a trust of these teachers as they take their L advice pertaining to sports, a trust which carries over to other faculty members. ll Mr. john Webster is perhaps the most ll active faculty member in student life, for l -1' l he coordinates club activities and attends each sporting event. Cdr. Lackore and Chief McCarron perfect the color guard presentation which is seen before each i game. The Coordinator if ISS, Mr. Darden, Q takes a deep concern is his students and also assists with ticket sales at many of the l l g games. l: li ' lohn Webster Student Activities B.A. U,N.C, ix 'Sv X 3 N. ff ' Q.. v.,,... loshua Darden lr. Cdr. Ray Lackore l.S.S. Naval Science B.A., Nor. St., M.A.O.D.U. B.S. Rut., MS. O.D.U. XMI? f 'fwlli , 1 'TJQJ . 2 lohn McCarron Naval Science 51" 1- '-. ,ia Learning Through Experience W me J ' '5 rn rr I:IwIw L W: .,, 'I . , SLI l - --pq 1 ' 'T I i Sf' I - x U I: " ,Iva Y 5 Pm ' r 3 I NI "'1'r" XIIXIIII IIIIDINt"III5IxX I N frym'VfInIIk"'e' NI I N Iwi Lf NIN CIIM Sp I NL X le,mf.r1rrIfm Mum I IISI AX Imaam 'umm rx UI Pvrmx, X PI 5- N II fr-III I lrlln-no I I I ICMIII III IIIMI IIIIIIQ I I I x I 1 1 I I UHIMII- 'I I III we 42 I I-In f' K '-my . BX 4 :- ' :vga V' 3-'R '9 , r,', I - I VX. 1-1 ,-J Iffx 41 . V II " Mrs. HaffiSOI'l explains the UQP of thu .IIILIIIIQ m.uI1nm- lu Pvlm XJLIIIQ, -+V I' CY TD S T7 Iv ., X n I' 5- 1 - yu 4 1 N e 1.:,.e'.?f'--'.'1,w. ,f 'wnrunxm I In-xxruurm IXIIIIIPVIIN Kllvllxllll lv.ll1II.uvlxul1 limmm-w-, l.m I,l'l Ixp Mmm Ihr, Ixp I Nh-nu Il, C I lxp II , I Ii I X II N Ix1'l1lNl.lln'lIl1lx II N l.nm-X M.nImmlll1lv,, M 'X V I'I K N ll IIN I4vlIu',xxruuI1 1rIIn'xQl' 1 . l'ir-p.rr.itioii lor tlri- liiiwitifws vyorlfl is V CODME CBIOII fT16IT10l'lZE5tl1Qptott'sslol tlllllllidlllltltl'-tll iiioii li itttl lm Mis Gordon. 5 A' gftlzl , Crass -N Qfk T' one ol lhf- iiiajoi voalu ol llir' lrii--,iiir-ws rlerr.rr'tiiieiit, llri- .irrsit ot illlfl,tJll4'f1'fl include not only t'Kll'l1HlN.'I'll.llllllIl'N progranis, but fours:--. wliii lr rli-,il with tlu- niany aspec ls ot lrttsiia-nu that will ronlront sttirlents in eyeixrla-, lit-' Hair li courses include Accotiiitiiiig, l'iir .oiial lyping, Notehand, as well as lnbinu I i P -' I: .,- L fb: 1 leathers instruct students on the K 1 .K 'Q technical aspects ol the course as wr-ll as sua h vital information as how to ll ! V i i ,e A .f 1 ,gif , to 1 fp uf ,Qs X 4 'S 3' new 51 succeed at a rob interview, how to "dress lor st!! c ess" and how to xx in proniotionst Experts in certain businc-ss tields spealx to the classes on business occupationsfroni secretaries to management exec utiyest lhf- busint-ss teachers also sponsor the Future Business Leaders ot' America Club in I which every business student has an TN 7,0 ' ,' Wi active role. In this way, students learn ,js Q ,s,y avi ,- UQvon'.,,,.Z-1' - .,w. . ry A ,.,,-5:14, . .. .. A1 yi-fri.-, .1-QI' ' .' 1 .v, '. ,:.-,..,3, '.g,+, xi' 7.7-" ...ell Lynne Potter l.C.T. I, llp V.l.C.A. BA. james Madison Univ,, AA. Wesley College l i J Q s 'frff f r 3 .. ' .4 Robert lohnson l.C,l,g V.l.C.A. BA. Virginia Wesleyan - t -ini ' i 1 l, tif fr' r pn. aid! Larry Brown DE. l, ll, lllg UE CA. BA. Catawba College what it is really like to be out in the business world. lane Shell E Dept, Chau, iyp I, Per 5. Typ, Notehanrl, FH l AX !s, BS., M S, Madison Unix' Q,-wr Q 'Qjyfu Thomas Speelnian D.E.Q D,E.C.A, BA. Unix,olPittsburi.1h,l3S O.D.Ll. :fi " QM" 8 faculty -133 l A ew pportunitie if 4 255 if'f' 'f , I 'rf' ' Mrk F S I ,l,, ,4'1y-Y 5 lr. ,, DFIRY,Q. Q, . , v"' . F' an - .A . ' 'im s 34: l 'W' 7 L 4 N 1' 11, 4 nrw1"v .4 ' 4M1rw1 ,4,1fIfug.H- H 1 Xl l ff-fi '.',. fu' ,1 1 1' H1 ' HMM ,af fm-1w,iM j,.. lf,f,r Www p . AN! .Q .,- .Vxm ffawakvy ' 'J-H I , x I-. avsrff V -if Z! A Z Cutnnku ' umm crwtmtw on .1 pvm ul rwmcicrlmg tor 'X P Studio MI, ...f' If LrlUI'lCBll'Vll1N NlUllll'N Lilllll " values in an class --A 1 3 1 1 .iff .l K, 1 Pam Badgley an Whitney Parcells enjoy working on their watercolor project. O Creative students have lieen ottererl txxo new courses, Advanced Plat emi-nt studio Art and Art Historv. :Xrt students who have- completecl tour years ot Art are now eligihle to enter Aclvanc ed Placement Studio Art. Students worlc in .1 studio environment at their own pac e. :Xll students are to complete certain projects at specific deadlines, hut the students divide their own worls time to meet these deadlines. All AP, students will develop a portfolio, which will he graded luv college professors and returned stating whether the student has earned college credit tor his or he: vvorlc. The First Colonial Art department has helped to develop many talented artists. This is apparent luv the great numher ot awards and honors First Colonial art students have received in several Tidewater art shows, Advanced Placement Art Historx is another interesting new course otteretl hx the Art department. Students study the art ot civilizations as-earlv as the cavemen. These provide the students with a lcnowledge of cultural developments ot' other civilizations throughout the world. The Art History class rec reates some ot' the art of the past in projects, .-Xn example ot lltis is the threeedimensional map ot ancient Egypt. These courses arouse an interest in art as well as developing the talents ot' xoung artists. ticulrx V- t :E FH ,. fl, X r s J -.5 N Paul Chorry learns the Electronics skill of sautering. 3, 1 . - ,h-nv""'5"',-T1 463 Kerrie Turner and Bryan Peterson utilize the Home Ec. facilities in prep isspanish meal. K 4 X' .11 xv.-JZ X 'T ' Students wishing to take an elective can find a wide variety of courses in the ln- dustrial Arts department. Drafting I, ll, and lll are offered for students wishing to learn the art of mechanical drawing. Metals and Woods are specialized courses in which the student learns to operate a variety of tools in the construction of projects. Elec- tronics teaches the construction and intri- cate workings of machines. Crafts I and ll deal with ceramics. These fascinating and practical courses cover many facets of the Industrial field. The Home Economics department of- J fers a diversity of courses to students. Foods and Clothing I teach students the basics in cooking and sewingg more specialized instruction in these areas is given in the second semester of these courses. Independent Living prepares the senior for life "out on his own." Every- thing from nutrition to child care is taught. A new course, Fashion Merchandising, was introduced into the curriculum. This D.E. course teaches students the basic principles in buying and selling the latest fashions. T. nl' A Cultural Encounter i 1' H, , , X ,il"1 V, W rw Q, flux i' 1,7 AH' pit' N Fw-fi' i.Ix . ilvpt limi ' "1 "',.'. finiitmi N 4 ' i .M Mixm Huiinr uri Npuri l ll, Ninn Club H 'x Nw 'xiwiin mir K uiitme' lim in Iimix l ' .. -- w 1s"""" 4' 4 - , ,V-, . x .95 1 K1 A 's,', cv 95 Q Z X i v 'KJ I 'gl gp Puppets display the traditional dress of thi- Spunixh people Vg!C1:'f- Y. 11 g Sh k--" 7 A I iv'-'vi Xilimiillm-1.1111-il.: I umm- lvxxix lim-ph INN I 'N X -51.111 iliiii Xp in II Ill Nimii iliulr l.i-ru1.mIX i.i-iilmii L lulm l.lIli1 I Ill, I.il1i1 Q lulv li X xi X t i Ml l im H X H17 li liimlimgim-i-11 Ni linux I4 -X , M 'X luwI.1l!niw f A V ' XL f'7l' iv. S Y Tj 3 'V Kathy Kuhn and loe Bessler benefit from ' f S the use of headphones. 2 Q S .ran .,. -, . Bi., Q 4 t , A 1 Q X .-mxrun-ld , . t b -Q-'t""' f iff - t ' x i ' ' I I ,gi ,f NH tr' b 1 I 3 Q .H wi. , ifvf if D I ' I i Q", f ' .- - ' ' .h A ' 5 ' 'E .-I lft. 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The mastering of an unfamiliar language is not at all fun and games, however, Much hard worlx and studving new vocabulary and graniinar is involved. With the help of audiofvisual aides such as cassettes, headphones, and overhead projectors, the teachers help each student gain an understanding of the language as well as the Customs of foreign nations. Afmhg "JF" gxik"'Y5 .wi - wi- ly :gf fb in j -gtgf' - -aa 25" 'ji' ' -ld' ,iliivl in vi' . , 'I yi fm! X 'RQ x s N tacultx - T wi 149 N mt -. NttCIUre lrmlt.-tx Cn' it VLNNNXL Qhlp Ikxxllti 11111 , EI -X12 II, Ntvmx Scatter H 'X Lmx NN Lumix rm Cox X! II Ira Prob .mtl Nttttx F' 'x I N1 LT , NINT Support Your -N X ff X Mrs. Cox threatens R055 Wolfe for misinterpreting a postulate. ,L Q1 QN l n 19. J 4 .?"""'7'.qY' N I -'f ,QX -nv" I 4 V l I is cy 'Sq 3 . I I ' ' I -Q Illflx W-"""' Mtltltn-tl Hula-xlu-vt VV I Mann 'Xltg ll Imi, -Xltg ll ll Alt: II, Mtg I tum M.tll1,ll 'Xlg If N ww -wi N1-Hx It tx wtthn.. txt It N tm ntl I i ff' y . Huh Blount-r iwont., Ing. QA, Wm. .md Mary F Meane t Teacher ?51'?l.t' I . .5 1" ' fs- if as X A,- E -'46 'fl' ,VY -fa 4- ar " , . V V Q . gp 'W IN' i I.-4 1 If ii, A- A 4 ij- rich D iv in T: 5 1 -L, i .., ...V 155 vt s Qs' fix H' t 5' v -4' 4 Z 'X Q! Mrs. Harper shows why she was runner-up in the tvteanest Teacher Contest. ip Q74 lAllllltTElll'litaPrP ri Y A-s--, MJ 1 s-. f N i I- Randy Wells Betsy Durrant Geom., El. Alg. I Math 9, Alg. II B.A. Point Loma Col. BA. Duke Univ. liisc iplinvd study lialiitu .nv i--,si-nti.il lor survival in lirst C oIoni.il i lassiooiiis Many tear ht-rs, liowevi-i, if-i i-i-rl themselves in estalmlisliing wi-ll disciplined classes, llwretoii-, tliit '-.llltlt'lll lmody dec ided to expose the-se ti-.ir li:-is in the fvteanest lc-at herC1onti-st. It is nom apparent that the math departinent is ilu- cruelest of all, lmecause three of its teachers held top positions, inc luding thi- first place winner, Mrs. VVarner. The winner was chosen from the amount of money deposited hy students in his or her jar. Teachers at First Colonial Consider winning an honor and actually bribed students to put money in their jars. However, if hrihery failed, then hrute force was necessary. Teachers would then threaten students with pop quizzes or extra homework assignments. Some teachers actually collected money in their classrooms. Students were persuaded to donate lunch money in support of their teacher. After a week of hrihery, it was clear that many of the instructors at First Colonial could qualify as the Meanest Teacher. Donald McAdams Ceom., El. Alg. ll, junior Class 3.5. U.S,N.A., O.D.U., MS, George Wash. Univ. taculty -1-tl Iohn Lmmore rer the temperature or the uh time an an ex IDOTIIIH I V lo 0 v L , i I K XA iF P XXX NH N W m b i substance. .- 1 -4'fA S -.-111-5 - . ..p-f A complex spring balance is tested by Steve Holland and Greg Webb. Idsf' 9' l4 ff' A K.. ',i215'f54 f'l'llx 2 ""'+-s., chemicalst r cliff l .I I 1 Expt-rinit-nts art- vt-ry iiiipoitaiit .i-rpm tt of the sc ient tu- tlasst-s, lt-.iiiiintg lil. actually testing and toni luding is inuf li more valuable- than any inforinatioii it-.id out of a textbook. ilhe aspiring l,ltislt'ttis utilize the adv.inc,ed equipment tht- school offers in order to prove or disprove- their theories, Whether it bt- .i biology, chemistry, or physics class, the-se laboratory tests are an important part ol curriculum. Students are more apt to believe and understand experiments in which they are directly involved. Other learning activities include field trips and Science Fair projects. Students enrolled in ecology and earth science classes visit locations of scientific interest such as nature reserves and state parks. Physics and chemistry students attend the Old Dominion University Science Exhibition where they learn many aspects and techniques ofengineering. These trips offer students a chance to witness various scientific events first-hand. Science students also participate in the annual Science Fair held at school. By preparing displays based on original experiments, students compete for prizes and an opportunity to advance to higher levels of competition. The fair, in addition to the other activities, is designed to encourage individual experimentation among high school students. facultx - l-ll 1 I Llw 811.35 .md Lxrm Hammlx Nl1.1rpc-11'tl1e1r library xklllx fk ' E11l1L1l11c111r1g1111cl rel.1x1r11.11Ntl10 11r11c1xpl1e-reof1l'1e- First Cfc1lr1111.1l lilumrv. 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Explres If Z 2' 'Eli f' ...l..Q"1' i l' X 4 Mrs. Blount Mrs. Hopewell Library Secretary Llbrarv Secrelnrv Mari, l,J.arrlf-lu 'xixllldlll I llnr.m.m H -X Nile-ni C ollwql Donald Muller Head Luhmrmn BS. VVIllI.'lfTl rmrl M O.D.U. 14 Tix 5 -L, , x , -i L N, -54 "" ' :fb- ,- A - I 3 r 1, Z. ll.-4 2 N49 In-e,, -1- arms.. . ' A -1. K ' For people vvho believe that school stops at the end of sixth bell - stop read- ing. For those of you that knovv that school only begins at the end of sixth bell - stop reading. Novv for those of you vvho just want to read this for general purposes - start reading. Being a part of First Colonial means that you have a twenty-four hour seven days a week job. Going to practice, or attending a meeting seem to be everyones excuse I W ,-g ' I 2 tt ,, iii'i?3i . sf fast? . aa as 'rl LJ CL, for not going home at 2:05 and watching "Tom and jerry." There are movies, bake sales, car vvashes, chess matches, nuclear bomb construction and many other in- triguing activities that need to be vvorked on outside the six hours and ten minutes alotted for school. Without these after hours activities the little things that everyone takes for granted, such as home- coming, povvderpuff, and donkev baslaet- ball vvould no longer be taken tor granted. XXINIQ-rwIN!FI'wfk1IIfml.1INIL1LIwvIx new 1:1 If mg fm-I' -I."vw" rv. vmrwmmrwg, Nurt- 1' V -1 wzhxwg rIw IIQHILII, ,I NIMILIJI gg, In -'uczvrwv mmm Frm C uIcmmI new I-w .I 'Imw NLIIYIIIIVT X.Ic.mfm IIT .1 KIII- '. I ' IIMM- x?L1rIw1IN xxvre- Ne-IvcIvfI Irn,fIfr'H1IQt'II.1II1NLIUHIIt'I .lLIIXIIlt'NllIX.IVI- lJgIX1IIIIt",lI'N urn X Irglmm, IIMM1 IIKIIXIIIUN xxfyw- YIM- C,1rI X NMI:-, Hmm X Nmtv, Iulclf IIrxIwIg1XXf1rIvIwgyI1mIC.ms1rmmrw NL IwwI, IIMNIA 4I,rIwrwIx IJIlIIICII3.IIE'fI IIX IIIQIUIIIIQN. 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A 9 fi I I IlXI1lIQHIIlI'XXl+IQIxNII1II' IIIQNI IQIIXX IN XXm1I1I I' Ixmlw HlllI'xlINlIXX N Immu-. I l.lnIlIrv XI XIIIIINII Ix I:I.I'wl1NIx X I111m.l11 II IlIw,1,1v-Ill-V I Illvrn-1 IIIIIQIIIQIIXX XX 'Nvlwxlm N IMLIIIQ-I I II.uxu-w IQ NI1IIvmQm'l1 I Q 4 I 4- EXCELLENC PRESIDENTIAL CLASSROOM - FIRST ROW: C. Matt, R. Schlintgen, SFCONIJ ROW: K. Galloway, H. Lee, l. Rundle, L. Heath. , Qs ,QN . . I ,wi Q5 fig' l fx-4' NEWSPAPER - FIRST ROW: B. Thompson, C. Bergeson, 1, Turner, editor, D. Lusk, B. Page, K. Rutledge, L. Bennett. SECOND ROW1 M, Levins, B. Mclntyre, 1. Brown, L. Forch, R. Hudgins, K. Morrison, Mrs. Robbins, Sponsor, B. Lee, M. Calurnbeck. CQOVFRNC BRN SCHOOI f-f IJ let! IJ liirlslwiiwr ll lm- S llrtirlwr l' NN vin r 1 , I . 11. 41? ,.. :gg .' I K.. .'Q1 ZA3...,Y 'Ji -M l K1 .X Y lf .. X 'Y 1' 11 7 ,- . Tpjfff' 1 .X ,' ' 1' ' 4' " fX'1" 1 , V , -J. A' '.-as Sift! J Under the superb direction of their editor, jill Turner, and their sponsor, Mrs. Robbins, the newspaper staff worked long and hard to produce the always exceptional school paper, the Town Crier. The members of the staff proved their dedication to the newspaper as they spent their own free time working everyday and after school to make First Colonials newspaper. Along with using their efforts to make the Town Crier, the newspaper staff also entered into the press convention competition in Charlottesville on October 28th. Contrary to First Colonial's belief, the newspaper staff did not spend the money earned from newspaper sales for their own benefit. This money was used to pay the many expenses of making a school newspaper. After spending an entire school year producing the Town Crier, the members of the newspaper staff received that special feeling of accomplishment. activitis - 149 Cmrwxrfxtsrm fn the- xxhulv xturif-nt hc Ihv SfUfik'HT Crmpefmllxcl 'Xwucl.1t1m1 wp rf-wmv huh .mal cxmx Nlucicmt .lr rclx Nl l'Xk'VXUHl IN H1 YLIIXV YT1E'INlJt'V, X Hhllv NLIININCV xchcml uw in wwium the' SCN held NLlIT1U1E'VNChUHI CIJINUNNHDIWN M wphfmmre N mc! he-xx NILIUUHIN wwtmui Fmt Culwml il mr the- LIDLIHNINQ xv.1r,thc SC 'X hvlcl pw-xdmuul urlvnt.1tlcm tu mllxtrl lulre-llbmrcix, r1mpxuTIhs-xchucml, .md 1 A Im U1 thv rwmm n lL1hx.1mi UVL1.lHlZLiIIUI1N H1 xxhlc h um- c uuicl plum IILIIP. -X xc mp hm wax Nmrtg-ri In f-rwqcyrwugnmx KILTIXIYIUN Nl .IN HHH IFN TUNA MHNIHL1 DVUIUC 1 -N mhw Inf: fmthelr muh X 1m4.1r1lx.1tlum xx ww! lllcm 1 1 1 x r ' 1 NTI''HIFI'c.IL1lJfLULlI1CII1lIXCNlHiTIUIht'IL que-NI ur rhtle-wht cluhx .Incl flmlclw xxhf-the-for malIuw'.1l1IThw11. Ihe- hx' 1 xl huwl .rc tux :tum lm lurhng Hcmufc umu ' x 1 , 1 N 1 Stumlvmlx nm rf-lx cm thvw urgqrwimtmm In he-lp xxurh m.xm-rs umm-rmumg xchmml IT TAKES' Xiu Hamer .md Richard bchllmgen hegm the hex! ex em AI the Homecomung pep mllx. fl yfi lv Q ,A 'ffl .559 A .iagx 5 , h .fa 32, U5 Y T7 ' 1, I if 'P ST , I I .J 1 4 ,J ff - I' .v O I x 1 . w I . ,I 5 k a ' I ...YA-yi ku. h.mI mlulumivn tnllx un lun tlw IINHHIIIR -lI1l1UllI1lCl11t'IlIN 'n . 1 41HI4 gb-' Hi-' Nbfmx ',t'.w.h.-15 l rllfm- Ill11.u,y1.1 l1qp,lup.glpu 5.3 44, .- , W I 4 r V X11 ,xl 5 5 J .' -11,1 rj' RGA NI ZATIG ICC - FIRST ROW: S. FIXIIMIN, S, 5LlIs1lII,'S, l'eI1-rs, ll. l.lr Issorl, S II.lIIIIl.IlI, II I rw- HH ONI 7 Iii WN' I IIIUNNILI I'H'l". E.C,.1nnous,R.Ixr.ul1,R.He.1urh.1mp. IIIIRDROW. I.Wl1lllt-yi I'.nnl1-r, M Mule In-ll, I Ilu-mu, Il I1olg.mlu'., I Heath. 'I'IIl.'l.Il. 'H' I -' 'I VII , A ll w.f.?.:.1l 3 i,,g..'.,, Q ll'lQ33'l 4 it . 1 If 'I I I I I I I I I 5 It I a I lll I I I I 'I 1 I I ls II ll I I I I II I i i I 04' f X280 5 lv Tv and Mary Beth by Eddie Furnlss in 1 mais TD II if r Ja X ' .U El , I C1 Ing? 2 ii' f Q.. ,.nI1J5.l fl' .I III? ' EXECUTIVE COUNCIL - FIRST ROW: T. Wool, I. Norris, S. Edvvarcls, D. Shepard, N. Clark. SECOND ROW:A. Dur1r.m,Ix. Clascoclc, K. Wrlght, S. Peters, A, Frlermrm, L. Mldgetle, L. Forch, D. Ruth, Is. Blarwltermshrp. THIRD ROW' D. Stevenson, D. McKeever,C.Wermers,M.Bla1r,I.Bessler,T.Hilleg.1ss,l.Watlsms,l.B.1rnes,S,Sc.1rIJorough,C.Cooke,P.l.vr1Ch,L.Heath, C. Beasley, S. Francis. FOURTH ROW: I. Drewry, R. Iones, D. Bogardus, L. Whrtley, M. Mutt hell, R. Schlimgen, I. Runrlle, L. Caton, H. laclsson, D. Dimes, I. Camlm. I Ii... l L gg! A 51.4 , Q J A 5-.. R activities - 151 . 1' 49431 V' 'J' gi-. 4 . lil!-a 1' 41,1 1 9 I . 0 1 4" . L I , 1' '31 4 A N . 'O' . , r 'u . Ii 'F X 1 flHl1X' 'xxfmllvv1.ur1sfMwIlRux.uM.lrvxIln- 1 In I1n14rI1l.ll'b.l!lIM'I . I . IF . lk 1' ,, .. . , fi' 1. A gp ' K T' .-.Lf':.?'v Jr 7 1-. 'T' ' 4.90. sf' ... 'sftgm -"-li... A. ISU '1- is s. Q, l 1 r s k' 4 , 4 ffl. 1 . 'Sr-- i A3, ' u U Mason Peay and iw. - JRE: , , iQ5Tglnl'Jerg perfilrnhmooth ' nwaneuifers during a, ' half-time show. J, - . of .. -,fllgvff I ii 1 , 'l it . t U , viii vi it c- "l's'li- 'ff "tu ' ails . , ', . A' P 1 ' A 1 - N- 'q gg- Liv. 5 inbix , Working together as a unit has helped make this vear's band one ofthe best. The hard vvork and dedication the members ot' the band have is unbelievable. Through their striving for perfection and under the guiding hand of ivlr. Gonano, the band had a successful vear including a standing ovation at a show thev performed during half-time at the University of Richmond vs. Cincinnati football game. Members ot' the hand practice at school two or more times a week, starting in the summer, not to mention the hours ot prac- tice at home. Some ofthe more loval band members simply eat, drink, and sleep at night thinking ofthe next concert or pei- formance, But the applause and howls of appreciation from the stands at games seemed to make it all iwortlnxliile, activities - " I, .gfvuaf I NIM Lawlor wllx programx .11 99 NN -4,1 HCM Qpgfzgg I I Imr11efrmIIm.1II ylanw. I Ifliiif., I 1-lf, . I 'MY-7' Vx 1 5 I-.,g 1 .mga-, -,r J, - ,ll .,, .. -c.dw7:M , -1-,g-Lf - I if.-L+! z... 11 .nest -.5 WA 3. 5 s , 8 7 aah ".f C if ww A -Q " "' " I ' f' M-f - Q sf f' :f,.' , , 0 0 I . 3 " 'gf' n A . lsr' mn "1 . Q I I Y I has I b P9 1 , 'O Y'-i ' ' x y. 'fl I ' A 5 1 , , ,, -fw 9, 1 -- .If 6 , ' ' ' I ' ' ' H .I-fl f ' , chi .-I 'W Q 'nh p 'K I IL I 1 , ' -b- I . I :ff .4. 'N' .,ru.3f- LYNX!- ' 1 lf.fe--'L'- -'H-,N 'I . A.. A.. QI-.45 -. f7"'yQ .?f"2'FT" .,---,,,' N . 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IMIIIIII X IXIIIIIXIII-I I I34PIIIx I Nlrmmp-.Im IQ III-.IIII I C..lxp.ll K IIIIIIIII-I II Iiuvw Im I- XI., Im XI IIIIIJ-'I I I-1mr11.flvI.I Ii.-IIIIII N Il'NIl'I I lm!! - v Ii IIVIIXX1 Il x 4 OMBINATIQ Lal' f , A fl H gl i f Mr. Conano observes the band ,' perform riff Another wav in which thc- hard lioiiiu thc- hand put in paid off was in llic' liaiicl festivals and competitions. lhc- Marc liiiig Patriots maclc- a finc- showing at thc-ni, ln thc-ir first hand contest at thc- llnivc-rsitv of Richmond Hand Competition, thc' liancl camc- homc- with a supc-rior rating and first place awards in Cfolor Csjuarcl, Pc-rc ussion, Field Commanders, and ovc-rall Hand. At another competition at Fast fiarolina Uni- versity, the band recaeivc-cl a supc-rior rating as well as third place Band, Cflass A, and second place awards in Color Cluard, Field Commanders, and Pcirc ussion. Also, in October, at the Tidewater Marching Festival at lndian River High School, the band received a second place award for Field Commanders, first place awards for percussion and overall band, class A, and a superior rating. The trips the band made to competi- tions and festivals were made possible from funds provided through the Band Boosters' club. The club members worked hard selling, among other things, pro- grams at the football games for the Spring trip. ln late November, the wind ensemble performed for the Virginia Music Educa- tion Association at a convention in Richmond. The ensemble premiered new worlcs for band there. With December came the Regional Band auditions. The Regional Band con- sists of 120 students selected from all stu- dents in Virginia Beach, Norfolk, and the Eastern Shore. The students must audition to receive the honor of being selected for this band. This year, First Colonial placed an exceptional number of students in the band. activities - LJk1'mg?'u Xu" 'X f1t'TfI'U Uwe' .r ' ' ' T'f"NlrTIf1t' l""' V'-rr HvrihluuQ',f77MAg.1r1IMv1r' M1124 H wi v M '-'1Ir1rnr:wm1.ri lu- - X' ' r Xr.:r':'nr-' IMA -1- :K 'H'-xV.1YTIrurK1rrM'IL1U "..1v.1ill:U!1Jx'.t1Ilx1JHIIN- , 1 w'f'X.aY m.rk1r1g.1r1.mm1,1l. VH N' '7P"Hf'VVX.1fft'Hl!Vli .1 Nt'fTlIH.lI Urlid J:'N.,':Xf1r1'-N1e'H1 Nrrr'Tf1C,.lrrmI1IW.1 NN' +"4'w"'xT.aI7rff-uu11'1lrrrwchxr1INcf1cmilM'- rrwrf Hue-Mini rn :Ml xurrrrmlr tr, lz'.1rl1lr1gIl1w :ur:r1i.r'rrf-:LN rum wiuu-N rn H1.l1xII1L.1 .arm .uw- mul. XX Hn' rw--.-. 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Mum ilu-lr :mu xcie-.1N.1I1ciaIm'.l' In mx. 4444 'P-9 gr'- ': Barbara Blum Lom'er1rr.1tewm perfecting thu, laxuut durumg foulih bell, :he Jrinuai ,mn work rwprnod ,. I ii 4 .L 'IP g 'lil .an NININIEQ KL' Q Bfff 1' "' r 'Y . ' ...Ji a-,. We I ltr IVV llNllll" I ' I .init '- thrill 'I vltii' ' it ANNIIAI SIAII IIIQS ' Irlilrrr' S Iliin Iwi Itllltn, I4 Iavlfir A I Init I I If ff III-'f MN Mis I ll1'll,Stunii--ru,t IRC IIIAIIKJN S Imrrfi itril .t,ni.i'i--r I llrt-wiv, Assistant M.in.n11-r, S I4.iiIni.in, M,in.n't'i .ti tl I ir, I-I Mtillmll, Itlttur, IJ Ixt-4-lit-, Ass staff members. D J ltllllxlll MDW AIDS I5 lxrti ,. , ....,..,--1--.g-l1r - , . . V Irlltor,I Wliitlmgfo Irlitor . '," be-"f' - -.. .Q ' 1 . . I fr ,1t?'f',q,,-VA 4-544- N. I llufrlviprigrluvi I 'I .Ii Editors, Will Nelson and Mark Kee-Ife, Work efticiuntlv as .i It-.nn rn It-.trlrntl lltt-rr tt-Ilow SI""'N"' lllllill Rl 'W I W"""" 1 :tint Irlrlm I Init! I itiIlvlI'1ii I fuIrllIrir,lD l1l...trrl, itiiif 14, any 622' b - lui. 3 i I L .W ., . 1--av: I 'W ANNUAL STAFF - FIRST ROW: BUSINESS, A. Duncan, Manager, P, Pearsall, Assistant Manager. SECOND ROW: SENIORSQ N. Clark, Assistant Editor, H. Lee, Editor, A. Puryear, Assistant Editor. THIRD ROW: SPORTS, S. McGuire, Assistant Editor, I. Collins, Assistant I Editor, L. Bradshaw, Editor, ACTIVITIES, A. Fortenberry, Co-Editor, S. Whitehurst, lulla Collins and SIU MCGUIIQ Sedffh lhreuslt llw l'l9n 'IT 'ITC Heritage Co-Editorg C. Bennett, Assistant Editor. FOURTH ROW: FEATURES5 P, Wagner, Olllce' Co-Editor, B, Meinicke, Assistant Editor, L. Heath, Co-Editor. activities - I iw g1rs'p.4re'NIm P1lNp.srI.1x Nh. Frank in Hu pI.1x ET ER - vlinxtl Pwcur11wl1l11mm1r1iZ.llJl6 as . Q ' . .54 S. M ' x 1 3' f , X-, ,.... N x . C'- sgAY 'ff 8' Q Q Q -s I J DIC T IO I 5 'li 1 L vgf' III fl Xi Af 'i 1' FQ M af ,. D 4 wait Q 64W , ' - ' 3 1 O T Ni. i' A QQ, n' N ,H I , ., -1 ' , 2 1 i - f f - V1 1 'T :I iii' M t Viv A:AA ' ' fi 5 P-7' ' If lll vi ya .1 E. ' wi ,Aj 'gf f f . A ii, . ' ,tif-'rf 1 f .. 4' Ks' fl.. THESPIANS- FIRST ROW: K. Morrison, President, B. Proleres, VlCQ'Pf6'wIllQlTl. SECOND ROW: 5. Sukoff, Secretary, K. Stehe, Treasurer. THIRD ROW: ls. Bunting, 9. lsohrherr. FOURTH ROW: S, Britt, S. Francis, FIFTH ROW: I, Lasko, D. Dines, C. Reynolds, Ci. McClendon, L. Seihert, K. Nelson. SIXTH ROW: K. Comhs, M. Boyd, K. Hess, L. George, B. Midgett, C, Smith. 4, ' For years First Ciolonial has liven 1 onsirleii-rl as ,i unique st hool. liirsl Colonial has instigate-d various things that have lie-en tirsls in the area ot sc hool life. However, prolialily the most unioue .ire the Thespians. This society ol talented, harrlworlsing, sometimes crazy group of people, has evolved into a very productive and signific ant organization. lvlemhership in the group is a very spec ial accomplishment and it is cherished lay all memlmers, Along with the average ac tiyities lilse- halse sales, car washes, and dances, Thespians organize and deliyer singing telegrams. These telegrams lighten the awesome worls load of the school day and help to fund the professional-Iiite plays that entertain the masses each spring and fall. Along with enjoying their participation in this organization, the Thespians also learned various aspects of play production including theatre history and body movement. if ,ft i ' f f l X. , . s""sv" . 5 ' 5 : if 4"if - f .:-.ef I . A 1 Um' l l X i , i ,il . .. x i .1 5,1 1 L, f 4 1 ff ' . ,:, F91 I v 1 ,M V . -as Dori Smith and Richard Schlimgen practice in order to perfect their parts in The Diary of Anne Frank. ,G 7 J activities Ml NHN gui? ox: to an earlx Ntart oxer the Nttttttttv' NNIIIT .t4..II XXJNITIUT.1INL'ITTUITt'N ro' rm- .t-if Iht- nieniherx got toqether to Ntod+rIt-ii .itter Iuc x R pxxchitttrit hooth ot thi- Peanuts comic xtrip, this hooth was LAL-II .it the Iiegirtniim ot the xear to give kriother protect the duh had thix xear wax tutoring Ntudentx, Ixirit Hancierx .ind larrx Iarut-rxon helped Ix0UUOXL'I'XIITIlTp1 in The xupplx xtore uae another Nerx ire ot NHN Ixinntfx C.I.iNtot It, Nrlene Purxear, .ind Ixn Ntanuer did .i great ioh keeping it ruiining Nriioothlx. Xlthouuh thix wax not .tIIi'XII'6'I1IflIX protit.ihIe xtertttire, NHS felt Ntationi rx N ilt N I ixttd trorn Ottohc r -ii to Nou-iriIier Jim .irtd xxerc- vxu-IIertt. The National Honor Hot ietx ueed part ot ite TELLEC The NHS had ite popular Carnation Nale in Fehruarx, The flowers xx ere Nold during aII Iunchex and delixered on Valentinek Une ot FC' N :rioxt t-:ttItuNiaxti4 and :dui tixe t ILIIN IN the National Honor Hot in-tx It ix ,wo one ot the rttowt DN K . During the NHS tap-in ceremom in the Npring, iuniors and Neniors xxaited anxi- '+-xpet ted oruanizationx. ouxlx tor tape on their shoulderx. This sig- nified that thex would heqonte memherx I it I . N ' Y - . . .IeiIiIi tht, ir tiruou intormation hooth. OT Um, OI the ,WN prextlgmux Cluhx at FC' Nlxxaxx hardxxorIxing and actixe, the nienihers ot NHS worked industriouxix to improxe their rommunitx through their out iitapx, paniphletx, and other mmm WVUMN lm mm, 1980 um be J NON II"XU'II'I'I"'L'N ""I""II'II'U'I II' 'ILM future niemherx will attempt to emulate. Ntudt-rite and Ioxt xophomorex line. Nc hooI, . " I I Steve Drucker, Arlene Puryear, Wendy Vaughn, I Lyn Manger, Helen Lee, and , H , , I Frank Butler participate in itioitifx tor .i xt holarxhip tor one ot ite ll, the Homecoming parade int riihe rx ind tht rt t xurtt to ch iiitx ' ' 1 ' A A ' ' I I N r . WHEN L F ? vi students this year. I 1 " up I A " 1i,,,lil . , q 1. X -- N J ,u 4 i ' P. i K T7 - I Q I' HM' -Qkhr Ir? A . , if s I .' f 'Nfx I, f 'P' Q X r N " U , 3 I 3 ' mi, ' 'ri X I 'Oi ..-ul I'.1ttx Ixnt Ii N4-IIN -Xmw Triein '. '- Ill V. '-I III VJ ii-' ut it II IW I IIJHI K1 HX I I I1-tt lit-.i-,uri-r N Itrtit Ixl'l I't1'wItIt'ltI II Im- HNh.x,lm1e lu ml, Nng ,Upply nr-IMI utr-iii XX Mitt-'Iiii ri'iI1'IlIX '-IIMNIIRKIXX I' lxiuh I Ilrnith Ii iliiig--tori I Nl I i " I'iii,e-ii KI '.IiIiIir-II I I-'liiiiIIe- I4 Init rrlxri IIIIIQIIIUIXN I NI.III'.Ql'l I' XX.lt1Ill'l X Iir":ti it-, 1 Hiiiith I MII MMI It I-Iiith I Iiiilli-i K 'xt.itl IIJIIICIIIIQUXX Nt:---.Iii-iIIx I I it it i I ini' I , I-ii. oii I -tint--i I Xri I- nIiIiiri.1r-ii I-I wuriirivr It Im,iIiIrrr.io I XXItitInx N IQox.iI I Iltix HIV. A4 a U SPE AK1 4' K Nixon, help build for Spanish Chandler and - Q - 9 J' " " - ' ' , Q sl, lea' 1 . ..'. J 'I N 4,"'x Al' U , QZv.f!1, 'Q 35 ala , C is I IRQ . I rl' P 1: l 'W f I .ig fi I I 3 Q . . I 4' f I 1 Q W I J" 'is L If I-ni SPANISH CLUB - FIRST ROW: Is. Chasteen, Treasurer, I. Hearst, Vice-President, W. Ciladin, President, A. Fortenherry, Secretary. SECOND ROW: S. Bartman, D. Sipler, I. Watkins, C. Rowan, L. Greene, L. Stall, A. Puryear, D. Dines, D. Desroches. THIRD ROW: L. O'Connell, D. Porter, I. McKenzie, S. Britt, K. Owens, S. Dresrher, D. Chapinott, S, Sulsoff, N. Land, W. Vaughn, S. Standing. FOURTH ROWL M. Kiley, T. Conlon, Is. Ozment, D. Love, I. Fancher, R. Hudgins, C. Nixon, I. Knaus, T. Murphy, D. Stevenson, R. Fuertes. FIFTH ROVVt M. Louis, T. Ruhio, L. Louisa, I. Collins, S. Bisghott, C. Meenan, D. Hammontree, D. Lusls, H. Page, Ms. Halloran, Sponsor. SIXTH ROW: K. White, M. Werhan, S. Shatter, I Piper, I. Mitchell, B. Anthony, H. Noell, P. Hughes, Ms. Castenada, Sponsor. 'T X x 1 Wendy on constructing float. Always one ol the largest aitrl trio-.t spirited r lulis, the Spamsh K luli was xi-in active again this year. lhe memlieis started the year ott liy liuilrliitu a Spaiiisli tloat lor the Homer oming parade. lhe tloat was huilt at Wendy C.l.irlin s .mtl Iintmy Milt hell's houses, and was .i huge sucacaess. During the paracle, Spanish C lulz memhers, vvearing Spanish costumes. wallsed around the fan-shaped tloat and sang Spanish songs. The memhers also enjoyed an est ellent dinner served at El Toro, a Spanish restaurant located near the heath. Ihere they partools of many Spanish Delir at ies, thus furthering their appreciation ot the Spanish culture. A Christmas Bazaar was held hy the Spanish Cluh during all lunrhes from Decemher IU to Decemher 20. The cluli sold a potpourri of items during the hazaa r as Christmas presents. Items sold ranged from potted plants to hanging: Christmas Ornaments. The hardworlsing Spanish Cluh memhers learned a lot ahout Spanish Culture and Customs during the year. They stayed active and enjoyed tltemselyes and vvere, as alvvays, one of the top Cluhs of First Colonial. acttv TISS LI r I SO ETHI G Enthusiastic and ready to begin a fantas- tic xear. the French, Latin, and German clubs sprang into action. All of the clubs participated in projects to help further c lub partic ipation. Each member willingly helped promote new ideas. Clubs toolc educational fieldtrips which enhanced their Icnowleclge of each culture. Enspired hx their sponsors, club members orga- nized Christmas parties and each club partv featured their own special foods. During the Christmas season the French club performed French dances and sang French Christmas carols down the halls. The Latin c lub entered competition held between Latin c lubs on a high school, re- gional, state, and Fastcoast wide basis. Sponsors Mrs. Hill, Mr. Elias, and Mr, Roundtree helped students hold various monev-malsing projects. The clubs also held balsesales and carwashes. Profits went toward supplying the foreign lan- guage department with new and interest- ing materials. The Parent Student Teacher Assoc iation - P.T SA. incorporated parents, teachers, and students in an enthusiastic and event- ful atmosphere. The trio worlced together to promote unitv. A major successful project was the sale of chic lcen dinners. The project was sponsored by Pollard's chic lcen and held by students' parents. Profits were donated to the school to help in any wax possible. l ugh- ,A X XA I g Ii .uni Kpffre l'lljlJN,s lie: me-.il .it thu- I l QB-Q,-gliiltlkr. ' J- I Nlrs, enthusiastically serves brownies at the P.T.S.A. chicken dinner. I 1 pw Q 1 I .- 'Q r? 1- N "' . ' r , ' ,f? . Q . , 51' i ,. awk. z'-1 I I I i ,IJ ,fs X I, I- 1 5: ..A N ni, A . . . I , ' .fmt r, 1.. P! .. .fl 'I' ----'h "Ala A 'Tv I I I I 4 I 'UW - v i l I i 4 ll4INt ll IIKNI lit IXN X Iolinsoii I Naxer Nl Xfiilliall NlttDNl5KtJXX l lit-iiiietl I XNisniewslsi,lI Maifc-l,lI N- tolasito NI l'XIIIfI4' ls lXllllIItlI1Il II Nttliilxit- lx Olixei lllllslllitth I Ioliiison I tauffie. II Hood 'X Nexille, in 'st 'sttlti iiild C Iulili-. lx c.I.i-.coils I Nliiiiti I taixti I Isnowles I llrxaiit K Iieiigesoii 'X llailreiis I Q" .' . ' I Emo , 'Y' ' I. .4 l'q ' all 'fan N FIRST ROVV3 R. Iona-s, I 1nnsnlvu,l llrr-wc -owvq VV.lrr1'n,I',W.1gl11'r,H.Snlflvr, R f.I.nsn1.ln, IS. I.u lxsnn .-:my - .:.. ' ,--.'! 1' l . lu II' l.".II'I- I ' ' 2': ."' '-I 1.1. -" V! , :.t:'.1Pi.i ' ,XII -, SIL' ,Q lrfm' IrI'1mN IJ 2 I ' I 1, , f" 3 Mrs. Wool donates helpfwith. XR' sf I . N the P.T.S.A. chicken dinner. ' 'R X1 Q ...-1 N--.A A..4k..n . ' . 1 is ix -: fr :Sli if T T Q Je? rs . ' .tgp gf 4 EXW. GERMAN - FIRST ROW: S. Mosby, C. Painter, R. Wolfe, K. Rutledge, SECOND ROW: T. Eure, T. Ouinn, S. Cordon, R. Finkbeiner, K. Nelson, THIRD ROW: I. Vanderfeltz, C. Bergeson, K. Chasteen, K. Kuhn, S. Nichols, M. Hudson, M. Linn, FOURTH ROW: K. Mountloy, I. Acela, R, Dubin, 1, Ambrose, C. Hulan, L. Iamerson, D. Frederick, FIFTH ROW: Mrs. Lewis, sponsor, P. Pasqualino, I. Larirnore. activities I Deblwe Leak Uoxxm xtelmda Huggins as the new Ciuh queen, r- I L14 Iw .Q-we I-'wp Hiwx .ami mum- - I flf"N In TIM' Hut! Q11 MIN' QVILIIH, CJDCH In frxfww ',-,fm .- e I' mm-XIMI, IIN! club , I I , , f Z I IwfAgI.,fgX:I1fg.f '.,I:NfIxvrtI1wr'putvmI1.1I, L IMA I uf wwwx Ewgurw pI.1rmlm1.u' X, ' It I "H uwzww .ami the Ilrxt mmlcmr If-.1 ,:X1I1wcrrmr1lr1guTIINInew HIM IX Cu 'uw I u:1f4JL1e-vm, NIvImcI.nXXlQLL1m, ,V M IIIMH-1fvv1uv1'4 .1ppm.uIu-III rmlmlwrx , 1It'Ifr'.1Iv'iI.IK,1I withII1ewuImxm1Iw 'XrIre1- , 5 4 -v mg e MMR 'JI-s'rW,.1rNI md Helm- wwe c1mIIt'4In'1IIrv1mfII1H rlw mlwh ciurmg l VI1v"7rnIHI.1x -I-.Nm .md .IMI umrcilrmutcfci .1 I . .5-'. xufw-MIUI CININIIWLIN cI.mcew In wllmg 2-Y I I I KW." 9 XILIIIVII .fmrmw Iam! ckmcix, IIWIN wan N , ,., , il-If gmwmwx 'w.e'fw! Icw.x.rrcIN IIW Liv' IH ILIILHQ' 3-L2 K ',9 --1 gwrmkclx :Yi ',. II X .I-.Ir YUII In Ium .ami IlHIfIIlIM1kIXI3tII'I' :JL . - . .A wwfw um fum luffmi math .1 ILIH-TIIIIUKI Q-' ' 4 gurl: ,431 ' : -A -Y " - , ' , C. I A. ., is I u' " II '.' I Il.-'mv I-fr-I-pri!-ids AQTIM-T11rr:M.y E I H , W ,. I' .A '-'.-,1 V ik x ', In Lulruw- I ,u.wr1L1urw -31 ,-, 17... I K .. ' Q-,J '.. N , . . , Nix. fd- A -Q OV W5. ' 4 I A . I I A y I, L rx xml Webster drivex the Cm limi wpmxentx the Black Culture Club at the Homecoming p.1r.1dc, I I jf P'f"' I 'a R-+6 .. 1' I'I V I' I I I Il H1 ll I1 IIIQ'-I ICI 'XX N Iimmlu-v XNXX-1.ulI1Uu.w X I'.HIxm'v I IQHIIIIV-UI1 IXXmnuII1uuw I IHIIII UH NINJNIPIQIIXX if l'4'lvl1 X Iwvu'-I Ii IIe'lxI1n-v NI XXILQIQIII' I IUHI I IIllx'Iu--N I Il-Hp. I IIIHIIII- IIIIVIPI-'rzxk NIV XI mmf Im-ru In I I IIIIIV I l..1mwlz-- I' In-I-111.111 I. lxumla 17 IIAJIXN L XXIIIII-Imgxl I lwfl IX IHVIH' XX Iv:w'm.m 1. IIl'l'III,llI II XXIHIQ-Illlf-,I XI:-. In-lim--I NINIII'-III I . A , I 7- AFQR SOCIETY FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA - FIRST RCJVVZ I. VVooill1oL1se, S. lord NIC UNI? RC JW I lsarii, II DeVasers, 5. Gegan, S, Drescber. IHIRIJ ROW: C. L oolse, I. Rundle, IJ jones, M. Nestor, S Ht hmrdt, R Molvr Halv QVSOIT. X-I i,l 'Q .I 'T 'Auf O I I. . ,,5,, XXX ,X fi FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA - FIRST ROVV1 A. Qilva, M. Mulball, I. Acela, Mrs. Reltl, sponsor, B. Wood, D. Ruth, 1. Rundle. SECOND ROW: IJ. Love, N. McQuiIIin, Mrs. Mason, sponsors, Miss leffries, sponsor. THIRD ROW: K. Hess, C. Flinecls, C. Silva, B. Lee, W. Lavmstem, B. Blum, D. Pagano, M. Gibson, L. Dreschler, Ms. Shell, sponsor. FOURTH ROW: D. jones, S. Stahl, R. Hudigins, B. Cranell, M. Moody, D, Warren, I. Pyles, C. Thomas, ls. Rutledge, T. Quinn, ls. Freeman, R. Hamilton, L. Hembree, Mrs. Chewning, sponsor. FIFTH ROW: L. Miller, C. Runlsle, T. Manlse, S. Pallatte, Mrs. Ritenour, C. Nrsson, D. james, K. Ozment, S. Smith, A. Hagerman, D. Demasters. ' ' 1. 1- s -,s -. , jr ' w iq ilu A co-curricular organization, FBLA teaches students how to conduct t hem' selves in a business-lilse manner at all times. FBLA participated in local, regional, and state competitions concerning all areas of business slsills. FBLA collected fresh fruit to malse haslsets to send to ses nior citizens during the holiday s Cilstlll. Members sold blue and white t-shirts. Profits went toward enriching the c lub. To show that business can also be tun, members held a Christmas partv . end of the year picnic. Another organization which prei ind an - Jtl LCN students for the future, is Future Homemalsers of America. FHA members practiced cooking during classes and regular meetings after school. Profits were made bv the sale of st animals, and other original items toward next year's proiei ts. held u titer I to -to 1 61 activities - 165 lleternnned to iinproxe itx ineniherx' Nltillx, the Chew Cluh got mr to .1 good Nltlfl thix xe.1r. Nteetinq onte .1 xxeelxi the duh learned new tethniqtiex in lmoth ottenxe .1nd detenxe, with .1x the lxing N C1.1n1l1it, the Reti Opening, the Queens llTCll.ll1, .ind otherx In .iddition to dex eloping their chew xlxillx the tlulm nieinluerx .1lNo le.1rned .TlDtJLll procedorex in cluh tgox ern nient .1nd cooperation with groupe, l:LIlNl-Vdixllltl .it tix itiex were held in order to e.1rn nionex tor new Chew.1uewoi'iex The 4 luh .ilxo lhttl toinpetitions. One tonipetition xx .1x .1 toLirn.1n1ent xxithin the t Itiln to determine its top plnxers. There were other competitions pl.1nned. -iifii ' .1 'ii fi'-ul.. M 4 1- x til I GAIN N CHESS CLL H - FIRST RUN Nt brim, lx. Fl.N1Jg.llT C. Shipp P.1Lilex S lxr.1ll Xt Tin1n1, R lo NECOND ROXM D Xtidgarden Xt lxinzie Li, Chiixtorterxon R Be.1LiLh.1n1p Prexident R. lxr X itefPiexident R. lie.1Lich.1r11n Q diff? K 'L f' -3 -.... I -Xlxxnu .1 unique clulu, Firxt tiolonmlk ' Pl1otogr.1phx Cltilu, MLM, Int ,, ix xerx 'U' , t ' dedic.iIed.intll1.1rtllwor'lxlnt1. Under the A - l . , . .A 9 direction ot Sponsor fXlite XtN'itli11.1i1, the xi K f l,lNJlHt1I'.lfllTX C Itili t Ull.llNH.llllll with other tltilmx ln tnlxinig pit torex ot their miiotiw 6 J T. .it tixiitiex, lhe nioie expeiient ed inenilierx ' 4 i A " , . I K I helped the noxfit ex tlexieloli their t - . tw ' ' " - , . .. l""'f pliototgniphit ll'KlTl1lIlll1'N during the "" " 1 'T ' " ,Q ' V ' f"',i - ,. ,gil n ' I XNl'l'lxlXlTIt't'lIl1t.1N, lliiixlggg,Int.,.1tl1iexetl I - A , - . 1 ' I -, ' itx11o.ilxotdevelopingrndixiidtinl I' XY I ,Lys 1. 5 , f . - L ' nl'- pl1otoi1i.ipliit xlollx, It t linit .illx .ind I A X in it V- ,Ax J .iitixlit.1llx, .ind Iii-lpintg ggenemle poxitixe xt liool w Hill HA' lm Nll 'IM N lm' ll l ' l't-non Nt N11-tlnitk Mx Xvdniin Nlyqylixiir I Hllklsl HI XNITINK. l.ixen'.tein Xt Ni l1.ii.i I llioxxn N 1 twill Nl liltenx l'llxl IIITNK l ll.ilxeiNimi1 ll'XNt.lNli I ll.IlllNNlll I tn DWLEDGE EURENSICS - FIRST ROWS ll. lat kson, l. Heath. SEKONIJ ROW: Mrs. Brown, Sponsor, Cf. Parsons, W. Ciladin, P. Pearsall, M, Heilhe. Trl? ,,. 4 .. T ' 3- x, l lg . is-1 TILE-5 Qf---W .r , 5 1 Participating in many competitions and tournaments, the Debate Team made a good showing this year. The team took part in Tidewater Debate League tournaments as well as state competitions. The Debate Team, under the excellent leadership of its sponsor and coach, Mrs. Sharpe-lll, devoted many hours to research and hard work. The members of the Debate Team developed many skills this year. Among these were skills in delivery, logic, organization, and reasoning. The debaters also acquired a good knowledge of current events, as well as poise and self-confidence in all speaking situations. .- F I x ,i --"li-' , " '.k:I'af.r.. . on E I . . , - . , . It lust isn tlairl It gust isn ttaiil Sports grit all the attention and tinit- while other at tivities that partir ipatt- in the Virginia High St hool lt-ague get very little notoriety. Unlike other ac tivities at sc hool, the Forensic s team must prac lite and prepare for competition all yt-ar. Although they have very few formal prac littts, perfection in an event takes hours and hours of brutal, mind-tearing work. Memorization, pronunc lation, and expression are basic tools that must he DEBATE TEAM - FIRST ROW: M. Eastlick, A, McChesney, M. Calumbeck. SECOND ROW: L. Ewing, D. Barr, D. Bogardus, Mrs, Sharpeflll, Sponsor. developed in order to be a competitive orator. This year's crusade into the world of words and phrases proved to he successful and rewarding, and hopefully the future will bring further recognition. David Bogardus not only enriches his own knowledge while he researches topics in the library, but also prepares for a debate competition, ...ASP 4-. l Q -1-1 activities - T67 IT T KES? 1. , f A 1M Rl JMX l,x.:r.m.g'w K Hmmm' L Hmumk N1 Fwx 5 Pet:-f X1 Lptum S Lmmlm . , C,f'.- W' Nfl1lNfVRHXX l fxkarrwwwwrwm Um Lurwkurught Npumur Lk Bmmcllv T Nhmke L w ' ' ff' HHRIW Ht DNN I fwfwmzr' L Nhfnm X1 HwaHch.m:h lx Nhwrwmrw XX wx PllLRTf1R17XN. -X k.w,:1.1lli I3 Hr.ui-Pun H laxmkm H Xhlrwtxrc I Bruin ' r-"mv" NW'x1Qr"f v 7 Y ,, 9 , ' ,.,' 4 ,qw QNQ I Al. 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Lx LX 'N N' Lk lx H L 'N activase, ,- 169 N I ACCO PLISH I I lnylvx i I J .Q .1 J I MIIIX XXI H rmr11lurwnIXm.lIlu11.1l Illflll lrl Ili llllrwvl 'Xml rlr IIXIC 'XMIIJI1-In fl I I Xu Illurlnur xxrnlx xlxlllx tlu we rl llxfl Illll In Inlllx Ill-xl-Imp IIN-I1 -I pull: lfmnl sltrlurlnx X.II'XI1ll'IIIlM'IN lllfflll l1Il1+ lllflfll XI II XXVII' .1l1lt' In aelwu lla: lr Ixrulxm In t'IlIl'IXNlIIlllIl' 4 4 lvmrm- II.HIlN .mal LdS5lIl'ldfl'll'.l1I Im tml: Rn l an Marc in the bun - l1 l' 'l S I ' . rllllrulllr nr mrl XII Iwlmxru1.sl1cl ,XIX IMI Im" ll'I .' Mmm Iluuu mum lm1flr.muu,,.u I I J ll Illv 1 XII X MMIIIMII-fImm1,gN., A lrlllnr Xl +I X If X Ill: lllIIl'Iw Irllruwl XXIII! A I III! Xlmmlnr Illgnurllflgmlu-llaII14 .. ' Imlllfl -r Implfl I4 l'i.m4I1n-I Ill lln- R J HIIILQ . .0 ' ll-wr: lufml Ill' III Xl! X.lnu,.Im1Ilx l A .., gm, :rl ll s ll In In slrlrvxll-1I'.1v w1'l'I-Ill D I 1 y mllzlv n. XII 'M llIf'Vl IIJXX I3 XXJIIIIIIII IbI1'HIlIl'lII II Nllx.-llf xl-vpn lmlerul lx l.lw.InIx wmlvlllx li Ilnx 3 vfpml-I I XIIIJIIIII gmrlllul--ml.url,llu '-Il I VXIIIU IXX XI XIw'lv- X lull I. XIUIIIII X Xllm-lm Iillxxa'l1Nl7 'xlluvl 1 IMIIZH-Ml I-' Illl-lf-If-xx 1. Illxm I llvwxxrl IIIIIQIIIUIXX I Nlulvvll I' II.lllI4'lN IQ I lllm' I Ill ll I IIII' I IMIXXIR XI Illlulx XI IIIIIV' I X1 In-lx, IIII IHI4 l,l.vIi1lll I lI.l.- If I.1.l1r I II.nvrvrxII IN lulllfu. l I1-lx Ill' ll QIIXX I' 'Nvxx-.Hull II lIN4.ul Ix I I v llxrl I lmlhm Iw Iwxlm I Ilmumfv N Rao LS l ffl' llTNltl t' mul l v-.. .2 7.4 Ron Kallogg and Steve Stevenson march in perfect form down Atlantic Avenue. tlflpale in D3fHdeS in Order I ,A resent the NIROTC. --3"""4"'f iAA..- -annul DECA - FIRST ROW: R. Trevino, D. Sears, A. Mclntyre, E. Davis, S. Freer, M. Bailey, H. Paul, K. Bryant, M. Hunter, T. Price. SECOND ROW: L. Barnes, l. Bradley, T. Brownell, I. Darden, C. Cassidy, S. Collins, D. ' Baptise, l. Allen, V. Wiggins, C. Chalois, I. Cupp, M. Alley, N. Mathis, D. Carroll, R. Sanders, T. Davis, T. Waterfield, B, Crieves, M. Venable. THIRD ROW: L. Herman, P, Duval, I. lames, K. Cassidy, A. Barberis, Cl. Chianelli, S. Fall, B. Burton, R. Gardner, T. Irby, P, Zemany, C. Nissen, E. Mumert, T. Ash, Y. Sutton, M, Casey, M, Schemtob, A. Finn, FOURTH ROW: E. Morrison, C. Wright, I. Dehauche, D. Correv, R. Caldwell, E. Cehrs, D. Bendall, B. Hughes, D. Dozier, C. White, L. Reid, S. Wise, B. Reynolds, C. Holman, W. Duval, T. Davis, T. Smith, B, Shukis, P. Painter, C. Haag. I Legion. Known .is ont- ol llit' niowt .ir tix' illllr. .lllllslftiltililtll,ll1t'lXl.iVitlllllitfit IH it .i- Uttict-rs lraining C orps thtllit lltr tt'rt.iinly tlirl not livt- flown this rvtitiliiftiiii thi'oiig.,liotit tht- st liool vt-.rip lht- ini-nilii-it ol NIRCJIC were ltr-pt liusv with stir h 1 at tivitit-s as tht- star t rtiist-s, visits to n.iv.il llations, .intl tlrill nie-t-ts. The rnernlmtirs ot NIROIC world-rl extreint-ly harrl through tht- long st hool months. Hovvevt-r, their t-ltorts ilitl not go unnoticed in that nianv tarlt-ts rt-ctiivr-rl avvards from various t ivrc organizations in . Virginia Beat h including the Military ' Order of World Wars, and the Amerit an UQ' ittazfwg Their goal is to further their careers in marketing and distribution, And, in order to achieve this goal, members of Distribu- tive Education Clubs of America lDECAl remained active throughout the year. DECA was able to do this vvith the tre- mendous help ofthe sponsors, Mr. Speel- man and Mr. Brown. DECA participated in a Fall Rally in No- vember and an Employer-Employee Ban- quet in May. Enthusiastic and ready to compete, DECA members entered local competition in Virginia Beach, state com- petition in Roanoke Virginia, and national competition in Miami. Also, Fund-raising programs vvere planned and the money helped finance club activities. Because ot' these various activities, DECA did ac- complish their goals. activitig - pr I ,WZ n U 4 'H ly, ,ff ', L. Q 0- "Q----'Pg 5, -234 l' 'WLKEZZ ' 'H' 1' 41 'W"'w'Q fir"-' ftp-1:1 .- ... ----N 1-ra,-.M ,Q " -vm Y, --Q ' ,egg fn,-W ,,, . 'Z ar -. ,L , A u if J . ii N -Z at ,Q t. M. -rY?,,.. ,. eff .ff ..- ' AQ- A' . P "' ,gif -,K 5' f f f?-5 Q2 '-' "Yak V, - ll "Win E ' ... ,,,,,.,. MVT ."---.+- .-if A-1' Ten years ago the following could easily have been said by an area coach when his team was to face First Colonial, "Guys, this game will be an excellent learning experience, and everybody will play. Games like this are good for the younger guys." Today however you will probably here, "This is our biggest game of the sea- son. You will not play a better team all year." What this second coach is actually saying is that our short career as a school, First Colonial has become, not a, but'Tl-lE dominating force in sports in the beach. We are always a contender for the title and usually we get the trophy. This year was no different. With coaches that un- derstand the game, kids who love compet- ition and fansthat never quiet in their sup- port this year was very successful. It must be said that this year was not much differ- ent from other years. Once again we showed everyone why we are number l and why we will always be number T. ONS HIGH-PUIIIEREII 1 W ' 'T i ' o Oi- P sa A tvpsml showing ot First Colonial focmthall .4""" AW- I A v 1--I 3,10 1 1 ? 4 JO -O I ' in-V J'-mfg 'dw . ' v - , . - 1.0 f ,,.,!f5v A a' ' .- ' .. ,. V . , , M- . r ,., 4 vinyl , I. " -.grill -- ...LJ -,,l..r7' 11,1-gif. "" 1 - . 1. - . 'H '-'."'3'3: A-"'f..-1' .',, ,.., Hl,-....- PATRIIIIT al- 'f K . A, lat., if wtxfy vvvq, wit-s -mfr' ... f ", X vw Mgr, ' 4' ,','p.a.i,.z ,si - A J, A :Gy K.. ffilfvlf-as KY' ciygfiy-X 'aw ,..-Q Coach Webster and Staff brought First Colonial to yet another winning season in 1979, their twelfth straight. With the loss of nearly half of the previous year's team through graduation, a rebuilding year was predicted, but through hard work and de- termination the mighty Patriots ended the year with eight wins and two losses. The Patriots' only blemish in a 5 and 1 District record came in a mid-season clash with the Princess Anne Cavaliers. After leading throughout much of the hard-fought bat- tle, the game came down to a last second field goal attempt with the Patriots cling- ing to a 16-14 lead. As the ball sailed through the uprights, the Patriots' amazing twenty-two game regular season winning streak came to an end with a heartbreak- ing 17-16 loss. The Patriots returned to their winning ways, capturing six of their last seven games in a magnificent fashion. Capped by a 41-6 rout of highly rated Maury and a victory over Top Ten ranked Lake Taylor, First Colonial ended the season on a good note. With over forty members of the team returning next year, the Patriots will prove to be a force which must be rec ltoned with in the Eastern Region. sports f t'2 PATRIICIT l 4' f 5 42- 1 ' - . , I Q- I -I--'hx 0 rw 0 0 ff hz In ' rs 5,11 f ' ' I A 9 -N l?"3 I5 ' -- F14 .H-1 I ,hp -0 ,Q bn Q6 . I e I . J I 3 ll 1 NRI . We " V ,, , 2, I ,I I, , . : QAKIU . 4 . I 1-241 -.4 II. ,-jk . 'IQ ,- ,Q-Ap f .A 5 .., , .I I ,. . ,. .,1-x": ' w, f-.1 ,. in . . .'..1". ' ' sr". ' J ' I ' ' ' '- . 5'i?'1-rc--' -. ,ff-I . .-51:9 " 1. V , 1 ,K K .H .1 J .V nufkuzgftfo-:div I r' I 'In I I XXII -.II I II.1rrs XX IMIII-' I IIIIIIII X XNIHII-Iulnr-J K NIM--x XX lllvxlll II NM Ixu' l. 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First Colonial Footliall was tarnous rn the District tor running the wishlrone ol' fense. Witli second team lllstttt t tullliar k VValter Dreuitt, second team Distrift li-tt halfhack Darryl Olds and right haltiliat l, Darrell Clilliland in the hat ktield, plaxs usually c lic ked. Bloc king was at liit-wil hx a superior offensive line whit h placed twr memhers, Shane Sullivan and Roh Cor- nelius on the Beach District teams with Cornelius capturing a herth on the all- Metro team. The outstanding Patriot defense held the opposition to a total of 107 points for the entire season, The squad was composed of numerous talented players, including linebacker Pat Cowan, nose guard Ross Montgomery, defensive hack Darrell Gilli- land, defensive tackle Steve Meetre, and defensive hack Leon Wilson, all of whom placed on All-District teams. Pat Cowan also made All-Metro. 0... X f If i 4 'Q ,ports I" , Il n g .1 ' 1 'fin M- 16.34 L? 19' v ,.,,. Y .V .,, '.',4euw1?."x Liv by , . 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Q A FIRST ROW: L. Goodman, M. Blair. SECOND ROWz D. Defabo, S. Staton, C. Talbot, K. Mclieever, L. Sayer, L. Berry, H. Wilkinson, T. Evans, T. Lerner, G. Watson. THIRD ROW: S. Ruben, M. Sawyer, L, joshua, M. Burt, T. Nichols. S. Scarborough, D. Leaks, D. Mclseever, K. Weller, M. Van Der Feltz, L, Berry 1. joshua, Coach Rolands. IT Drills, drills, and more drills? lhat was the key tothe Patriot's Field lloc lsey Team. Although the season didn't start of we-ll, the girls got their act together and began playing quit lsly and with unity. It was a team for comebac its, They defeated iiiosl of their opponents the sec ond time around allowing the girls to demonstrate their hard work proiecting from the two nonstop hour practices. The team primarily consisted ot' sopho- mores and juniors, but two exceptional seniors stood out. Dominating as a deten- siye player, Debbie Leaks battled for the Patriots. Donna Defaho was chosen the most valuable player for her excellent work in guarding the Patriot goal. RAIIKET Ill-IAITIPS With a season record of 13-1, the Girls Tennis Team won the Beach District title after playing Kempsville in a special playoff game. The girls defeated Kempsville 6-5 and advanced on the Regional games where they were defeated 5-4. The girls feel sure they will have a good season next year since all of the ju- nior and the sophomore players will be returning. At the end of the year, the girls held a banquet to distribute several awards. Ann Howard received the most valuable sing- les player awardg Holly Foley and Patty Lynch were awarded the title of the most valuable doubles players. The last award for the most improved player was a tie between Susan Broecker and Gretchen Byng, ' 5 vgbflt l l . ' il .1 Sli I I Q . 1' l t l f ' :Minh . 5, V As, v . . , --.'n ' .' 1' f i A J. ,,. 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K1 . :ig 5 ' 1, 1 A03 W. di vig ' fl--' -' 'f ...J A , U - Usb' - - I . . an " Plan - '- -1-"-n.fC,.: Q.. . I Sk. I A l s i ' Os ' 2' J 1 el ', l ' . qi b . ' if , I Q , Y. ls 1 ' ' 7. i V n , . i' 5 s I Tx 7 A 'I ,. ,, , "I, KN Q iff' 'ff9Lf:-zwx.- T . . '71 4 lTt'f'Tll'tiflt'fN kN..1'tr- ,is -4 Ibex iritnt- clown Mlantit I Dtxenue in the llcirnecorning Pararlv' Strenuous practices were accompanied by sore muscles and Ben Gay! How much harder could it be? The cheerleaders as well as the Cross Country team experienced this quite ot- ten. Neither activity allowed fora relaxa- tion. The girls began practices in the summer heat for two hours. Learning moves, chants, and jumps, they left the steaming sessions exhausted. The Cross Country team had a chance to partake in the hot weather also. Seven mile runs were conducted with the accompaniment of the scorching afternoon sun. It was hard for both teams' members to continue working so diligently. Their work had de- finitely paid off. sports IHL N IU IC C NUN' Tl-IE l'.iAl'l'lE llllIlI.lI.l2ll'l T BE THE SAITIE ac nr uutst1miimg N muxt lx lttrxhute d to thai , Q N mmmerx Q Q me .aww um mtruwr mama axxukchlrimg xr NLIITNUlVIFlfI1iIH.1. Nt mud, thn- mr lo N Xttcr the' trrmhcd, X' litem! luv m1tchu,.mci - L, NHIHIIQ HWQPIS, 5 nic' . N ' 5 Us-, bs f A 515944 ,f15,:,, I FIRST ROW: C'.1pl.1ins I. Clulffrv .and I. Roberson. SFCONIJ ROW: D. Sheperd, D. Inderlz-ul. THIRD ROW: B. Schwegler, l. Hoover. FOURTH ROW: M. Smith, S. Peters. FIFTH ROW: I. jones, S. NiCl'10ls. SIXTH ROW: T. Browning, P. Swertfeger. SEVENTH ROW: M. Harrison, L. Foote. 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Jr ' in ' ITIIIIRE TI-IAI1 SKILL Michelle Fox gracefully performs her floor exercise. fewer' f ' jennifer Karnitschnig performs her floor exercise using her own style. dl .N , 'Sd' .rx J af f' Coached by Mrs. Conkwright, the gymnastic team consists of managers K. Billeps and B. Layman. Team members L. Hancock, S. Fall, D. Taylor, S. Peters, M. Fox, R. Smith, M. Shara, L. Kitchen, E. Keyes, D. Kealey, I. Karnitschnig, and K. Base applauds their manager. we -. ,",4y.,g r, spurt STRENGTH Afllfl 5TAI11Il'lA Hour long practices, straining muscles, and gallons of sweat were the vigil of a Patriot w restler. This year's wrestling team has faired well, hut only after grueling practices and much intense conditioning. Weeks hefore the first match, practice hegan, and practice meant work. Sprints in the hall, running the stairs of the 700 hall, many strength exercises and scrimmage bouts were all part of the three hour practice that took place each day. On top of all this, most wrestlers were forced into diets which drained them of strength. The harsh conditioning during the weeks of practice turned out the fierce competitors that FC. wrestling is famous for. Starters: Bryan Mordecai l98l, loey Barnes llU5l, Cjreg Massa tl Ill, Willie lorclan ll 199, leff Atwood ll lol, Mike Kemether tlfill, Chris Mott ll 38l, lohn Belhusti tl45l, Phillip Hall ll55l, lohn Osherg tlo7l, Steve Meetre ll85l, and john Winnett tunll hrought the team and Cgoac h Miller to yet another winning season, and with many of these wrestlers returning, next year promises to he a powerful wrestling experienc e. D--'inn lohn Osherg wins again. Mike ,,.-u"..!5"' I i i 7 -l 7 i in 4f v .1JL.. .5 if yy-1 Q V',f'Tz,iX ' ' joey Barnes drags the foe down. he 2. .Q ' --14, 1 .11 'f ' '5 ,., E-. 'R' ROW 1 : M. Kernether, 1. Atwood, W, Iordan, G. Massa, 1. Barnes, B, Mordecai. ROW 2: Asst. Coach Taylor, I. Winnett, S. Meetre, 1. Osberg, P. Hall, 1. Belbusti, A. Smith, Coach Miller. After the excellent show ing of last x ear's baslcetball squad, Coaches janet Rowlands and leanne Chapman had a diffic ult act to follow. The 1978-79 team led ln limi Cjatlin and Lolo Lealcs finished as runners up in the Eastern Region Championship. Howexer, the challenge was met. This xear's team prox ided fans with the excitement thex craxted and another successful season thex expected. Lac h member of the girl's baslcetball team contributed long hours of practice and a number of sore muscles. But in the end, their determination paid off, This xear's team possessed a number of standout performers. Debbie Leaks was the team's top scorer and started almost exerx game. Pam Gallagher provided dazzling ball handling slcill and shared the position of team-captain with Valorie Wilson. Yvonne Ow ens completed the representatives of the senior class on the squad. All of these excellent and talented plavers will be missed. Future prospects loolc good, though. lhis vear's team was comprised of an up and coming group of juniors and sophomores, in addition to the seniors. Margie Moore, a member of the class of '82, earned the largest number of rebounds this xtear. She exemplifies the talent of the underc lass team members who lceep hopes for next year high. 0 in -' LADIES UF tw O6 , 1 S. i ' u w H., ..,.,. l -9 .ou- l l - L :l i ' I T 1 N ltr i l"fi.', l',nn t..ill.n1ln-i IM-lilnt' I i-.ils-. Ni-i oiitl Row Xalorii- Hilson liltaiix liiggs lxellx Slit-iinan Ii-ii Wiiiglit Masc lic-ll K itinilile lliiicl Row "ii i-wi 'ii nil lm iiili iiiil liitliiiiiivl iinlii Iori IlIN'lnl'lN"vl'Xllll t iitil Nici i iw lxiiii llc s Nxoiiiic llxxcii vi. li. ' . 4s. . . it . - l I liaiiriiaii .intl I lsfowl.iiicl. - s Margii- Moore llc-lb lilaslsl, toaclics Y .., 7' z" :,.: , . ig THE IIIIIIIRT N5- , .N , it IK 2 ,, Determined to get the ball, Debbie Leaks soars. Q.. .F as 1 'I 4' ,SQ 4-' i 44 A REB l,llLlIlll'lG YEARQ .4 "E an Coaeptian Sean Connell sets up the offense. 1 4 5 I I I I I pf' I c ,,,,,I 5 1 I IR Ilrmrif-m SH UNIJ Rf JW Cum h XNllsnr1,m.1n.ag1-r I SIz'vQ'r1s0l1,Coach Hill THIRD RC JW' fUff.IIJf.lI!I S Cfmrwll, IP Hrrmn, C. Cnlllm, I Ovnvns, I H1-sslvr, no-m.1pI.11r1l Cowvll R 4-1 , SI ROW' M Scl'11-r11tuI1, M kc-1-T14-, R Chi-vis, C. Anthum, IJ Hocmlw, I Dcmzwr, P .4 l if l l l i il 1vf"""'Ml il I ii , , , ..fv"' ' 5' N J, -4--f. .M .4-04' ' X Njrvv-.',,,-92""" . 34" C r. gr-- ,,..v-4 , ..,-.nf . ., ,,...4-ff' Y-. l I1 "A rebuilding year" are the words Coach Hill used to describe this year's team. The team consisted of eleven sophomores, two juniors, and five seniors, with two ofthe five staners being sophomores. Coach Hill felt that by the end of the season the team would be much more competitive. Practices were held for three hours every night. The practices were combinations of developing running and basketball skills. Scrimmages were also held to improve the players' competitive techniques. According to Coach Hill, there was no one outstanding player, but he believes the team was very unified. sports -r l 1 1, ,fx , - ., A 5:5-1':i'3V,3?T'?' y 'Z' .L-1' 5 ,S Q 7? xl ! m i ,Rqgs Wolfe clears the bgzwf hurdles. "'-v... -Q . With the addition of Green Run High Sc hool, the indoor trac k team was ahle to improve and expand hetause of the new indoor trac lt tat ilities at Clreen Run. Also tontrihuting to the improvement ofthe team was Cioac h Hill, Coach Hill kept the team memhers in shape through long, strenuous practices held every afternoon. l ven though the prac tic es were tough, the tt-.im's spirit kept them going. lhough all the talented runners aided the team, the vear would not have heen as protitalmlr- it not lor the talents ot Stott l .int her in the mile run and the mile relav team ot 6 urtis Rlfllllt ls, Ciarv lelton, Mi-lxin Xx'illUflllOll'Nl', and Cierald lordan. 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Q 125' .,.fMrkeiFfanc ,lgaatgz-Hes ' ther' A- -'.:J.,,,,4,,. . ..g,.- Q , -Jkggfq '-QYAHIA, f". 'g, kr 4".., '.- ig fig. ' J . '- - r ' , ,,f'fn,"i ' .zfxv MQ' A-aaagjzxi ,gk . ,.,15Mqi .fri-1 V . ,:,r. ,'-5 .' 'difipf-' ,:"11, ,:w"74 .-,efsllrff-eg.-fT+'63,3 14,1 M-'f fi.: WK' T-lir '4" 1 -win This year's golf team was incredible. Led by master golfer Mike Hayes, the number one golfer in Regionals, and an excellent coaching job by Alton Hill, the golf team went on to comprise an 8-1 record tthe only loss came from a mere two stroke deficitl. The Patriots took the Beach District Tournament, placed second in the Eastern Regional Tournament and came in fourth in the State Tournament. Though the prospect of having only three returning golfers seemed somewhat grim, the returning team members possessed much talent and skill and promised to be equally supreme. spurt, - 195 I.Al1lJll'IG l.l.llTI-I EXPERIENCE Umm Watxon lwurlx the Nhot put with great force. ggi'-J"-9' napnlgul 15- --- ----- .4-m1..- Y Q nugg.. X 4' I.. . f1.v."' -4513, - - A N 4: . u. 4 r , ,QM ge.:-. -.rfgnauiw-1+ ' "1 .lLvI"'23 J" 9 -1 ',k"5 'O-D' . - ,. -, ,, - A v .-., -- qui! ,hh -ll -,i Fu-ARA. . F.-., A' .crkn . . I I o Li. I IWW, ' r 'Wt Hb! 323364, ,af 43 - " " ' ' " ' .L -v '-..4.-- 1 ,'- 6- E ' Bmw ., . --E----H E--W ---fi ' 1.-na ---tr.-'-..- Cb ,. 4- Au-. ju IIRNI RHXN' M lux, IT XX'.urn-11, l. XN'.ulwn,i lim-.llx, I loxhu.l,l lushua NU ONHROW I. Rolwr1xon,M, lH.m, I7 Luxlm, H I,t'll'lN, U M1np1.lH,l iulhm, M FLIHINUII clhlihf'Ul1lxNN'fIp1hl. r 'Uv-.gf za' ATerri joshua s ump-1 . -..- i ,,45-,...-,','2" ' 1" iii' L In 'l nil!! ---l."i1'j,, A- , , ....--'- ,WOUYZ-1 Y" """'Q. , afdilv' - ' f, ----fjzp 1-f - - ,I ey, 5 A K? ll. Jia? 1, N. uaffts 1 W. "Six-44O's, six-33Ofs, six-22O's, and six-I 1O's. In addition, run a three-mile warm down, and then practice is over." These were the daily vvords uttered from Coach Conwright each day at practice. The girls worked extremely hard, and the team had some superior talent. However, the shortage of team members hurt their season. Many times one girl vvas placed in an event against four opponents. Mary Blair and Terri joshua proved to be the team's outstanding players. Mary, a long distance runner, excelled in the mile and 880-yard run. Terri joshua, a sprinter, demonstrated excellent skills and potential in the hurdles and the 110-yard run. Mary Blair strides to the finish line for another victory in the mile run. N., ,U . .' . displays skill and potentia1 Frank Cravart prepares to come down to earth. J., ,- A 0 ' I 4.4 ' Lo I 6 X I I Inf! Al If f'-il1"L-N.--. ysghnnugg -Q s'A ,,-WWA 5- Q ifftfii-4.4 -.-S4 --' I -if-' - . - Pa! Cowan hcaves .1 long one. ffl It Q-V "- X 5 . .' 'A' Q , J. Q 'F QW Q E 9-4:3 I A ' xx I f 3 xl Y- , I " r x ' I f r M V ' V " I I , l YA' fl ? It I -I I A I' It h 'A l 0-H 4- II 3 - I ' ', 4 I' I I U' NL . I 9 x . . I - Q A A .N ' 5 I 'zr In ' an I". - ,B I 'J III' I IWIXN f. II-Irfrrr XX Imlw X KIIIIIIIIX, I XIII-,-. I Illmll I IuxI1u.l I Iilurm-nllml, M III II IXIIJ II lIPHlII llII III IRIDXN. III I, - , , -I , Iw-wr wr III IJ'-.IJ I-'IIXX I Il,In'v1' IIT IIulIIr1I I IIIIIIIW-K I XXIINHII If XY! ll :II I III XX I rm II IRI I I lar II I'I.uIl,I IIurrIIn-C I H 'I-. Il Q - ' mul Iimws -, I :III N1 XM-rI1.m, C. 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Few people know of the many grueling hours of preparation and practice that took place before each meet, practice that paid off in victory under Coach Ken Barto's leadership. The Patriots had yet another winning season, a record of four wins and just one loss, earning first place in the Beach District. As for ability, every member ofthe team possessed this quality, and each member was par excellence in his field. The 1980 team shows great promise despite the loss of many fine seniors, notably speedsters john Parker and Larmount Lawson, shot-putter David Mahan, and several others. The returning members offer enough talent to offset the loss of these seniors so the team can expect a winning season, a common occurence with all First Colonial teams. Tl-I PACE IT FINALLY ,PAID IIIFF gl-I. L- .ax 1aprF zfffi .-H4 .h-09" '.'sv- 2,- 2 'U l -E' . - 1 if ,.. - 4- ,QQ-.5 ',-ff!-:i'?','1f" -',, , - A-Q-vw, , -" 'M' ' 39" ' 'Sf' gf ,, A,.-K- - , ,unfo- pvl. -"' ' .""'b- Af -If-V' ' -s 9 . 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Strengthened by the long distance running, drills, and scrimages during their two and one-half hour daily practices, the girls were able to finish their season with a five win, three loss and two tie record. Contributing to the season was a collection of talented seniors, juniors, and a handful of equally versatile sophomores. A team standout, Phyllis Kunkler proved to be the best goalie in the district. Pam Gallagher, a junior playing in the wing position, and Mary joe Gamba, a senior playing in an inner position, became the team's high scorers for the season. sports - 201 led by the tremendous offensive and cletensiye punch of tri-captains Bart Weis, Clrax Martin, and Matt Hancocls as well as "goal-lseeping extra-ordinaire" by all- Uistrict goalie DJ. Walters, the Patriot soccer team went on to its third straight winning season - with a record of eight wins, three losses, and one tie overall, six wins, three losses and one tie in the Beach District. The superior Patriot offense scored a whopping thirty-one goals while the defense gave up a mere six, an excel- lent showing for the team and Coach Chip llcwild, who was in his first year of coach- ing at First Colonial, Two Patriots were chosen to be on the all-District soccer team: halfbaclc Bart Weis and goalie DJ. Walters, who was the only unanimously chosen member of the team. Despite the fact that the team was com- prised of mostly seniors, the ability, skill, and experience ot' returning members will provicle a solid bac lcbone for next year's team. 511511 4 , , '..i. ,g's' , ' ' ':.. ,M. ., . 5 Egg- T3 2 -v '14, 'L fn'-fn :vw 140' 'f",-.., f .V -.. 'Diff' ' 4'vv"' 4 'V 444 .xl 5 . c,.,g-:- -X " ,V X . "" 5 .- NPL ,-I -, -L. 6- 4"'.6L "' 1.1- . ,- ': 1 ' "HC: guy. - 4' iv- Q 'Fr p' W . 1 5 4. -1 1 , .V,Q - ,, -L' . ' .s 1' . l 0 gaiij ,R " . E ' .wi ,Z -S 'Q -H ' - of J ,W ' V ,gun-Diff , 1 ,X ht ' '- O' V tv. -1 . N ' -' -an .. - ,.. . 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V ' 3'3- , .. rd - -- L r' ' fgf ' 'Quai - - -'uv-,An ,K rt' lf f' -19: ,V -Aix 'ft I 1, ' ,qu E' -A' Y ffna- 1' Q: nh V . A 3 - . vw.: -A K 'nn 'A hit... Q 'Y f MZ- r ' ' " inf'-7 "' T . spy- ' -' Wgh. ' , v ms.. '-,svk qi- .livyu H 7 -V., .I I A Yum vw T: 4 '11 '. ' . ' . "-A -3-of Q. i E... .1 r ' f J 5 J ,I its inf- .515 T 15' , gf- l at hui? 1. .-S ., . M ' ' gli, D.l. Walters strives to preve-r1I'a goal. ." ,iff -Z. .ff 2.21. mg am....f" .. ...fs 'N .... ? l Curt Smith plays Headgames. f 2 l l 1 l l A. , ' V. , A 5- . -j. v ' .M . .vs ' --, " - . 5... s 6 - s rf 1- .. - -. .,.- as '- . K.- M ...f - 4 v:uur"'f""' """' "jj 1. Bahineau, M. George, Dj. Walters, T. Mapp, M. Simmer, I. Lucas, C. Trost. THIRD f Try" . . 1:-JI: MW Schlimgen, S. Dormeier, D. Timms, C. Smith, A. Newell, H. Runltle, Coach Ilcwnld. .4-LN spurts - QUT FIRST ROW: B. Weis, G. Martin, M. Hancock. SECOND ROW: F. Cruwlexy D. Iieeffe, fu--Ai'--:jlffjl ROW: Coach Fltzpatrrclx, I. Nash, R. Rust, C. Vanclermeyclem, W. Haycocks, R. ...IT'5 I-Illllll Ylllll PLAY THE l':iAl'l'lE Even though it did not prove to he a xx inning season for the softhall team, it did prove to he a huilding hlock forthe coming year. The team, led hy Patty lx nc h, Gloria Watson, Tracey Lerner, and Kris Reuter, gained much experience through long practices and hard work under the direction of Coach Mann, The effort and dedication of all the girls was evident. Despite the tearn's record, most of the players plan to return next season for another try. After all, "It's not whether you win or lose . . . " I '-Q, ,V . r-ivy.-I Af. out I f yi-vvJ"1u. 1 ,. ,-,A .V it v '. .-H, 4, 'Que r ,iv T' f' v 'il '.,, .,y5ys.,-.', f :Q Q . ,I -"440DHnvlls.,,.: Watson slugs one ihfo tl'fe outfieldi W 3,4.' FN 2 4 1 'i FIRST ROW: D. Morgan, T. Etheridge, D. jones, K. Kearney, H. Foley, S. Timba, K. Reuter. SECOND ROW: G. Watson, l. james, L. Almberg, P. Lynch, B. Noll, A. Stubbs, L. Sayer, Coach Mann, T. Lerner, B. Fletcher. fn 4' "7 .' " V!-E?" ' 'Lg - -9 "' " wh. , 4-,,:.' ',"43,giA'qg,awx - - nu . gb- 'Z--LIL: f l 'gig'-.f5,!Qq.QQif3jHffj,,x.,kb.y , mf., . t J .vw F. 5 5a",?'f'ftff'5"7.f f' "R+ 1, 'lff.-Q'-WV. . "WYi3J M,--.:iZ'f-'FY "'gJJ.12fq?v"1 5'-1 ' Y-1 w '4w'Fb'? F T' " ' " 'f Vi .., .Civ ' " E '11, ...M ' 1 ,-:Nfl T'l4j,,-Q,'Ca.,' 2 'va'Er"' 'sql x- f' 4 1'-fn V -'Qi 1' .1 ' Liz Sayer winds up for a pitch. sports f 205 THE Batting .-181, Phil Hubbard was awarded the position as the third highest batter in the state. Phil was the starting catcher and his superior potential assisted the Patriot team into finishing the season with an 8-10 record. He was chosen to participate in the All Beach District and then progressed toward selection for the East and West All Star Game. Al.I.-AITIERIIZAII Phil Hubbard and Tern Skidmore discuss the next play., L 'Yi I --5.4 Y Sl A Bob Cjalwax, the outstanding pitcher lt. ...pb , with a S-5 record, and lim Mclilligott, the 'f S on ' clutch hitter, contributed greatlxi to the f - A its cfjjfl. team. V . ,. Even though these seniors influenced A . s - 1'-9, 'fifgi the team greatlv, the juniors and "' fs.:-5 sophomores contributed to the team's 'T '- outcome. Three lettermen will be Q i . returning next vear as well as two starting . .u A pitchers and six returning starters. Coach sv ' -L'A,-fir. E'TfF'3ff Wilson expects the team to do quite well 5' 'i -I nr I- next season. if .s - ,fl-1-5,-2 -'f,,s'g,, , 39' 1 IIRSI Rf IW 1 Nh lligott, P lllllllJdHl,fUillllVvIlNUll,cU.Nl1lill'llll1'f, l lames, B c..ilw.ix -ltfJNlDRlJX,N S Siillixaii, f, tirissiner 'N Connell I Pi-rix l Slciilinoie lx lluclgins ll f.ill.iiifl lllllcll ROW I VN intl R lialclwiii, li Migcislmciiger, l Coolcsc-x,l Rios, V Cham lwilaiii llllllflll RUNS, Nl 'stosi-r, Nl Stout-rs, Nt l.iiiiori-, ls Ubal, m.iii.igc-r R llaxis gl v I Q. c . 'sn .1 Sean Connell 4-lc-ganllx saves x . s i - N X is X :4 . n ' ia 1. gl .v ' '5'f , 1 ' 1 Q --'S.'tl5'3'?-1' . . Q-I .QQE -, vw- "QQ L- " . 'r - . an oyerthiow. , ' " 2' ' "1 N .,.,.- SLA 1- SPIIIRT . "' I . 1 fx 'xxx' lxfln' 1 1 . 1 ,. v. 1 -4. . , 110 ,A 41,',f.- I I A V. 114 'H' . 4 . J K Q f , . nh' A . J-f1,AFfrf"!" tg: ' ' -'I' W- ' 1 . l 0 ' .. . . 'nulhnxr L" nb . V . , .A XX' .T 1 - x . H -P Qu, ,N In XXA 'K QM.. 1 1 X2 i ' -vTC.,1g ,4. I I 1 .-- L N A N' x ' 1 1119. x YI X . my-he -9 x nxt.-, W .quo-A-MxA -.-+5-,?3Pw1,v-WJ 0 I XXX' 2,3 5 X x fx'-pf . .Q N X-' fx- .X 'UXX x'l N. ,ik if 5 .gy K A-K X-. fm?-1.-o +R Ymtg. A1 - M. -:W ,- .7 'X . UI' -,,,.x'.,,1 'XX 919. 'Il XFX. xx 5.84 ' Sk fi N I I ff m gl 3-ANL st Coach Norbie Wilson proudly watches his te H.- 'INA .. , x x . H513 r,'-y-,g- L Q' x X e ,Aw vwg- 4- wiv 'F 4s'41f 'vm ,I .-4,74 n.r 3 T n,..,Q.-4. 1., -4 A-r 4- 1. -in 4 Q. - ,v- 2' g I.I.lll'llill'lli Il'lTlII ACTIIIITI -film x - W I-.. . K M., . I .J V I 'Fi- 11. Y ...v """'i-'ii L..- ty'-1 N- J v I f j -N D Rob Crocker demonstrates skill and In deep concenp 1. y Izfarnson slams a poise as he returns a hard hit ball. backhand across V f- -- i x 4464, hu "'i , .O i 'r ., V- 4' 27"""1 43,9 ' .... - x, ' -l ' l lx in . cle urmss w.wnsL1pb0f0r0.l main h. . A, 'Lu' 1' rd ,. 1 VU. I ll vi. r O v PF . 7 '4 1 " . ci,vh lil . na' "' J' " Eddie Furi for his return. NJ,- 4 ,E pw. ,, 5. aijcfg V , ,,,,.., ' ,I .gf M f :E . sg. ,.. if fan -- Ag.. 1.1.11-as ., in , A 5' ggi 'i...' ,. I. , if "" -4' A - 'fr' :QA wg 1-. V 4. Q :QQ i FIRST ROW: E. Furniss, I. Schaffer, S. Honeycutt, R. Harrison, C. Gallagher, Coach Britton. SECOND ROW: R. Crocker, D. Datsun, M. Vollreth, R, Delloro, manager C. Peters, C. Robinson. Tiff? , .Agni-.. .,..Y,,. its V v Q my I A, -:qw , i' . 1' a - l -: .' ,--3 -' ,, .4, . -af After many hours of practice and training under the guidance of Coach Britton, the Patriot Men's Tennis team proved to be the best in the Beach. By winning the Beach District Championship in an undefeated season, the team advanced to the finals in the Regional Playoffs, this being the first time ever a Beach team had advanced this far. There was much skill displayed on the courts by top seeded Rob Crocker as well as teammates Clay Robinson, Eddie Furniss, Randy Harrison and other members of the team. The upcoming year's team promises to be excellent since many of this year's seeded players will be returning. 0 Shade Honeycutt warms up his serve. 'ti i' . .jr ei 4 a J, u .Q 1, 3 X il I v .4 472, 'Rf . ,nl D' Xa 4' "3 5 Q - S 0 - O 1 .hfm v S "'-P - 'an 1 'SJ 1' 1I5'l ui ' 1 'V Q ll! .1 we I find-r. gf "9" 3 4 '4 A , Hg 475' ,Q f-1 n',4i Q s - 5 Q 'V I ,..'?' iW,' I - .ur f A 'H l s MS - 5 1 S CL ? fs i ,Si 1 ' fm Alfie' - ki QUE wiv Q7 ......P-..-,,,, +iL,,s..J. ,. x-,-'rl' r- NWA Lr- -- Q0:v-,, . u l I I r E V i 3 s 1 N 1 lr I llalslvwfw i 1 I , , f, s w ,R , i L N ,, , , , , 1 1 . NW N BUDGET I INSTANT ILRLISIPITS JOITTI B, IXIOQLIIIQ PRINT 5332225522252 and ONE STOP FOF?rALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS H - t RI LLTOP SLiDEAARREEiPsAL3xPgING CENTER SSQC IQ Q5 425-O122 IXIDSSDCIILIDQLIS VILIILIDI PIUUADILLY UAHD 8? GIFT SHN, LIFO ITIDLJIDTICQ "For Every 0ccasi0n" Qgm pang 353 L""""" Bffdqe DWYQIIEIEI, PIQGGTOIIII Shopping Center 486-2416 F .. .. .. N.,n, fg .2W2.AvT +,E.lE2.2..,+...2W1.E.E.E..vEVA.2.2,2V.W2W2.A.iE2W...,+.lE2v....2.+V2EE,.v.WA, A W.v2.2,E,E,A,E,.v2,Ev2.2,E.E.E,E MPLIHEIITS ' I -:I 7-ll REALTY WORLD' 32511 Gltmrfnscli 1:23 4 4 'I 'I 'I s'I L fg Gaz mmfc! zmnahuu aufunzl you' jI 4 EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPfRATfD Y SALES - RENTALS ' RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL d PROPERTY MANAGEMENT - INVESTMENT PROPERTY 3: O Or RESORT RENTALS - WEEKLY - MONTI-ILY - YEARLY " -- K- - MORTGAGE II. APPRAISAL SERVICE '. " ' MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE fl 7 N if I Ilcrcsu I,3lI'SOl'IS A :I ci4DI4INIllIIII 1 If ini-ivlu' AI Cornar of Pacifc Avo I 1001 S! Hug H III R 'IXHI'm"' lf 'NIH' 1 'gl NH IGN 71 gl I .- . 4 , Q- , zo: sow. S+. .- VIRGINIA BEACH REALTOR ,if ' 'I W 'I u In In we of In so se so aI, I. I 4 0 0 Q 9 Q 9 cus... no-3,- ' H lilllillll IIIIIITIIIIITIIII "llESIIlEIlTlll IIESIIIII IIIIME BIlIlIlEllS" Larry Blum - President P.O. Box 1095 Office 426-2400 Va. 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Bl Autoin, Bill, 82 Ausherger Bryan. 82, 206 Augsbrfrger, t hertrneg 98 Avila. Arwnio. 98 Aurtier, Nlike 81 l1i:,,- , 1'1" -in '11 is 1.-, - Hj 'H' Bagley Shi.-llv 1 , 11 Brihlrnan, l1oii.tlt1W' , 11, Bailey, Mike A, 31 98 Barley, Susan, Baisth, lr-.iririt-, 98 Balrlrrrson, Hatton, BJ Baltlwin, lr-., 11, lfitr B.rIrlvt.in Nl.irk, 9B Balrl-.sin Pr-rry, 98 B.ilr1'.slri R.inr1y, BZ, 206 Balrlv-.iii Rossi-ll, 82 Ball C .irrnurt B ' I f. Brill 1x.trr1riN1, 11 H.ilI,1rrl lynn, BJ B.inltri'.ultr, Andy, B2 liwli,-.Lil ,-1 11 Hill, ii- l 'tit 1 l SX 1- 1110 Bapties Denise D.: 33 Barberta, Anna: 82 Barbes. Kenny: 82 Barco, Mary: 98 Barcalovv, Whitley B.: 33 Barford, Andrea: 98 Bartord, Chris: 82 Barnes joseph E.: 33, 148, 150, 151, Barnes, Linda: 82 Barnes, Mike: 98 Barr, Dani 82, 167 Barton, Margaret: 82 B.1r"r',tn Sandi. S ' 11 151 161 5.111.141-.i ivrstx 98 Haiti-r lean Bl Btuiltg Nlwrgt 98 Bi-.tnr Patrltla A 11 Baum Elm 98 Beasley, Clark: 82, 151, 83, 91 Beauchamp, Renee: 82, 151 Beauchamp, Robert: 166 Beaudrv, Tom: 98 Beaver, Chipper: 98 Beavers, Sherri: 98 Beck, jeff A.: 34 Becker, David T.: 34 Beer, Doug C.: 98 Belanga, Annette: 82 Belbusti, john: 98, 176, 189 Bendall, Dana L.: 34 Bendit, Scott: 98 Bendit, William L.: 34 Benegar, jan M.: 34 Beninato, Misty: 82 Bennett, Carol: 98 Bennett, Chuck: 82, 157 Bennett, Laurie: 82 Bennett, Lelie: 82, 149 Bennett, Sharonda: 98 Bennett Terry: 15 livnsrin luke 81 l1t'fL1LlSUl1 Carol BJ l-19 lti1 Hurry ltiel H 13 lit-rrx l.ttirie 98 1'9 Bt-rm lt-slle B1 Llll 1"i Bening, Barbara H , 33 Berz, Whitaker: 98 Bessler, joe C.: 35, 139, 148, 151, 17 Bessler, john: B3, 194, 198 Best, Bruce: 98 Best. lame-sg 98 Betz Bruce: 98 Bell Kimberl A5 35, 181, 180 , Y 1 Bevan, Beynon: 83 Biggs, Lisa: 83, 144 Biggs, Tiffany: 98 Billups, Kenny: 99, 187 Bischol, Tim: 99 Bischof, Susan: 83, 161 Black, Mike: 83 Blackburn, Alan K.: 35 Blackwell, Paul: 83 Blaine, David M.: 35 Blair, john: 99 l1l.tlr N1.iryL 15 131 l"1 lllti 19 lilniikt-nshtp lnirifrtl , 1: lvl 'lltl l1l.is1tl 111-tlikill lilrwins Allison, '19 l1lwins ltttiriv N 15 111 114 Blick t,in.i 111 Blocker, Brad: 83 Blocker, Todd: 99 Blum, Barbara: 83, 87, 165, 22 Blumenthal, jeff: 83, 194, 198 Bogardus, David: 83, 148, 150, Bonelli, Betty: 99 Bolick, Leslie: 83 Bonk, jcrAnn: 99 Boone, David: 172 Bonney, Pam: 83, 92 Borel, james: 99 Bortugno, Madelyn M.: 35 Bottoms, jessie L 1 15 Boucher, Missy: 81 Bowt-rs, Lori: 16 l1ritr 1- Hllly 'N l"2 Html lit-lim 'NI -i 1 2 183 167 Boyd, jaynie, 83 Boyd, Lisa: 99 Boyd, Mike: 83, 158. 20 Boyd. Missy, 99 Boyette, Donna: 99 Bozarth, Downs, 99 Bracher, Arch V.: 36 Bracher, Harold H.: 36 Bradford, Elizabeth: 99 Bradley, jackie: 83 Bradley, Lisa: 99 Bradshaw, Brad: 99 Bradshaw David 99 Bradshavs Eugene L . 36 Bradshaw IanineF 36 Bradshaw Leesiti K , 16 Bragg Dickie, 81, 122 143 Brttnth, Courteney 83. IT6 Breast, john: 99, 166 Breen, john: 99 Brewington, Cindy: 99 Bridges, john: 99 Bridgefs, Anthony: 99 Britt, Gregory: 83 Britt, Susan: 83: 159, 161 Britton, Scott L.: 36 Broecker, Susan: 83, 181 Brogan, Mark: 99, 105 Brook, Penny:99 Brothers, Katherine A.: 36 Brorwn, Barry: 99 Chalios, Cindy: 84 Chamberlain, Vince: 84, 206 Chandler, jeff D.: 38 Chandler, jeff D.: 38 Chandler, jeff: 100. 161 Chapunoff, Diane: 100 Chapunoff, David: 84, 161 Chasteen, Kim: 100, 161, 163 Cheek, Alan: 84 Cheney, Sandra L.: 38 Cherry, Michelle: 100 Cherry. Wanda: 100 Chexis, Regineld: 100, 176, 172 Chiacchieri, jett:8-1 Chranellt, Gina C. 38 Childress. Csnthia A : 38 Chinnock, Richard, 100 Christian, lack: 38 Christian, Larry: 84 Christofferson, Gregg: 84, 166 Chorryi Paul: 84 Churc , Kathie: 100 Cyr, Cindy: 101 Cyr, Renee: 101 Cicatko, jams P.: 38, 134 Citcatko, judy: 100 Clara, Alberto: 84 ClaPP. Gwen: 100 Clark. lulia: 38, 181 Clark, Nancy: 84, 151 Clarke, Betsy: 84 Q31 If Q' . LC Brown, Brian D.: 36 Brown, Cheryl: 99 Brown, Darryl: 99, 176, 172, 193 Brown, Harry: 99 Brown, joe: 83, 149, 166 Brown, jonathan: 83, 151, 198 Brown, Manuel: 83 Brown, Brown Bron n Robin, A.: 36 Scott: 99 Susan, 16, 138 Brtmnell lxirltx 99 Brownell, Todd NN , 16 Browning, Tutti, 99, 185 Brotsnlev, Tama, B1 Bruggerntan, Lisa, 99 Brumley, David: 99 Brunell, Cherie: 99 Brunelle, Sally j.: 36 Brunson, Sami L.: 36 Bryant, Carol: 99 Bryant, jenny: 99 Bryant, Keith A.: 37 Bryant, Kenneth I.: 37 Bryant, Nancy L: 37 Bryant, Ronnie: 99 Byng, Gretchen, 99, 181 Byng, Ted, 84 Bubeck, Cheryl A., 36: 37 Bubeck, Cheryl A., 36, 37 Bubeck, Chip: 99 Buchert, Blake: 99 Buckelew, Randy M,: 37 Buettner, Brenda: 99 Buttkin, Alison, 99 l1Llll.1,LN11l1N1, 1' Bulltirtl Randi, 17 19-1, 198 Bunting hells '99, 159. IS Burgen Xtarx 'W Burkart, Chris L , 1' Burnip, jeffery: 37 Burrows, john R.: 37 Burton, Rebecca S.: 37, 51, S7, 1 Butcher, Paula: 99 Butler, Frank B.: 37, 160 Burnett, David: 83 Burnip, jeanette: 84 Burrus, Donna: 84 Burt, Miriam: 84 Buxton, Mary L.: 36, 37 Buzzy, Lorrie: 84 Caldwell, Richard W.: 37 Caflee, Anna: 84 Cain, Mike: 84 Cake, Lawrence: 99 Calabrese, Greg: 84 Calloway. Kip: 84 Canada, Drew: 84, 176, 122 Canonigo, Vicente: 99 Eillllf' Terri: 84 Randy A.: 38 Carlson, Kenneth R : 18 l.irl'-rin R.rntly 'N 4 .rirtrw Rnviiirnirl 'Nl l.rrr Niltrlx lllll t .rrrtill l1I.inn.t llltl l.iirrill Nlwrrx l ltl ktlllllll, llirrtmi, ltltl Carter, jill: 100 Carter, Laurie A.: 38 Carter, Stott: 84 Carver, Charles: 84 Carver, Ellen: 84 Case, Buddy: loo Casey, Sharyn j.: 38 Caton, Connie: 84, 1 13 Caron lr-nth Anne: 18, 151 1 .irislix 'Xritlrr-.i 11-1 lr-lirs lllr-ri N1 111 lr-rr-. Kiilu-rl ltltl Clayton, Kimberly A.: 38 Clements, Teresa Y.: 38 Cloud, Kara: 100 Clough, Tracy: 84 Clupton, Charles: 100 Cgrffton, Elizabeth A.: 38, 160 C ey, Deborah A.: 39 Cohen, Charles 8.: 39, S0 Colavito, Beth: loo Cole, Harrx, 19 Colletti, Kellx. B4 Collick Pat R, 19 Collins, Brxang B4 Collins, Iulrtt, 85. 161 Cullum, john: 100, 196 Collins, Ken: 85 Collins, Leslie D.: 39 Collins, Lyle: 85 Collins, Mike: 100 Collins, Tim: 85 Collins, Sharon K.: 39 Combs, Karen: 158 Competello, Robert: 100 Conlon, Trish: 100, 161 Connell, Sean M.: 39, 40, 45, 172, 18 Connell, Stuart: 100, 172 Conrad, Katie: 85 Consolvo, Ramona M.: 39, 160 Consolvo, Tim: 85. 91, 163 C00k, jimmy: 100 Cook, Richard E.: 40 Cooke, Carolyn: 85, 151, 165 Cooksev, Todd' 85 23, 206 Coons Ronald S , -Stl Coopers. Clterxl 1011 Cooper Lavsrent e BS Copeland, lertwi, BS Core, M.irg.rret, 100 Corey David, 85 Coril o, Nova lean: 99 Corletto. joe: 85 Cornelius, Robert E.: 40, 176 Cornelius, Sherri: 85 Costen, Selena: 100 Cornick. jerome: 85, 198 Cosentino, Angie 8.: 40 Coulsting Noe: 85 Cowan, atrick B.: 40, 176, 177, 194 Cowell, Edwin A.: 40, 172 Cowen, Ronnie: 100, 194 Cox, Robert: 40 Crabbs, Torn: 85 Craft, Cindy: 85 Craig, Analise: 100 L r.tntl.ilI Both 1011 165 Lrvekriitirv, lltnnx ltll Crcll l1.txitl B5 Crililiis l.tl.nno BS kYlNll1lt'1l11 Carol BS Lritvs, Slwrriu, B5 Crocker, An ela: 85 Crumble, Algefti 85, 194 Crumble, Maschell: 85 Crunk, Lisa: 85 Culbreth, lay: 101 Culpin, Scott: 172 Cupp, Ian R.: 40 Czarnecki, Christina: 101 Dammert. Scott: 85 Dancy, Wandra Y.: 41 Daniele, Paul: 41 Daniels, Elizabeth: 101 Darden, lim G.: 41 Darlinr, Darryl: 85 Darrel , Chantel: 85 Dan! Mike: 101 l1.itighr-rlx l1.ixitl ltil l1,ixr-njxrirt t lmrliilti-, -Il I1.txr'nptirI tinrly. llil Z- Davenport, Doug: 101 Davenport, Tammy L.: 41 Davies, Donna: 85 Davis, Ellen F.: 41 Davis, Greg: 101 Davis, jeffrey A.: 41 Davis, john: 85 Davis, Kathy: 101 Davis, Kelly L.: 41 Davis, Lynn: 101 Davis, Pete: 85 Davis, Randy: 85, 176 Davis, Scott: 85 Davis, Teresa M , 41 Davis, Troy R, 41 Deal, Sarah, 85 DeBauthe, jack, 1111 Dehostel, C asey. 85 Deiebo, Donna M., 41, 179 DeGiorgi, Steven: 101 Dellinger, Terry j.: 41 Delloro, Ricardo: 85, 209 Demasters, Debbie: 85, 165 Demchuck, Tommy: 101 Denman, Keith W.: 41, 120 DesRoches, David: 101, 161 DesRoches, Debbie: B5 DesRoches, Donna: 101 Devasers, D.: 165 Dickson, Laura: 82, 83, 85, B7 Diedrich, Barbara: 85 Dines, Diana: 151,158, 161 Dingwall, Tracy: 41 Dixon, Mike: 85 Dixon, Richard: 101 Dixon, Robert M.: 42 Dodson, Shay: 101 Dollenmeyer, Ellen: 101 Dondero, Paul: 101 Donovan, juliann: 42 Donzell, john: 85 Donzell, Michelle, 1111 Dosier, Debra, 86 Dothad, lenniter, 86 Dotson, Doug, 86 Douglas. Steve, 1111 Dozier, Darryl: 101 Dozier, joe: 86, 172 Dozier, jo: 101, 193 Draughn, Timmy: 101 Drechsler, Lou-Anne: 42, 165 Drescher, Sally: 101, 161, 165 Dreuitt, juan: 101 Dreuitt, LaFonda: 86 Dreuitt, Waiter: 176, 177 Drewry, jane K.: 42, 78, 151, 163 Drucker, Stephen: 42, 148, 149, 160 Drummond, Dana: 101 Drylie, Herbert D.: 42 Duben, Rachel: 101, 163 Dudley, Shirley: 86 Duff, Lisa: 86 Duffy, Ellen: 86, 91 Duke, Lisa: 101 Dunbar, Reginald, 86 Duncan, Ahhie A,35,42,1-18,151 Duncan, Ricky. 1111 Duval, Dwaxn, 1111 Duval, Pant, 86 Duval, William M, 41 Dworske, jerry: 86 Early, jayne E.: 42 Eastliclt, Todd M, -12 Eatliclt, Mark, 86, 167 Eccard, Gary, 86 Eckstein, john, 1111 Eddlf1gilQll1,VVlllI31'11, 101 Edwards, Dee Dee, 86 Edwards, Tommy: 101 Edwards, jenny: 101 Edwards, Susan K.: 42, 72, 151, 200 Elliott, Latselle: 176, 198 Elliott, joyce E.: 42 Elliott, Mark: 86 Elliott, Ronnie: 194, 198 Emerson, Monica: 86, 88 Emerson, Melissa: 101 Endres, Eve: 101 English, Theresa L.: 42 En ow, Keith: 101 Ennis, john, 102 ' 1 1 Fairchild, Mark, 1112 Faircloth, Linda: 102 Falkner, Ron: 86 Falkner, Sherri, M.: 43, 36 Fall, Stephanie, S.: 43, 187 Fancher, julie: 102, 161 Fancher, Scott: 86, 124, 176, 19 Fanney, William T.: 43 Farmer, Lynn: 86, 87, 95 Farris, Cathy: 86 Farris, Dana: 102 Feltch, Lorraine, 43 Felton, Gary: 43, 176, 194 Felton, Patricia: 86 Fenner, Culeta: 86 Fenner, Fredrick D.: 43 Fentress, -Xnthont, 811 Fentress, Iimrnt, 1111 Fernheimer, .N11cl'1ael 86 Frchter, Suzanne N1 , 43 Finkheiner, l2l'1'l1Nl'FN'1, 4-1, 149 Flnlsheirter, Rtihert, 1112, 161 Finley, lim: 86 Finley, Steve: B6 Finnegan, Brian G.: 44 Finnegan, Hayes, 102 Fisher, Brenda: 102 Fisher, Debbie: 86 Fisher, joseph: 102 Fisher, Lisa R.: 44 Fitzenrider, Ellen: B7 Fitzenrider, Susan: 102 Flanagan, Kelly j.: 44, 166 Flax, Brandy: 87 Fleinek, Caroline, 1112, 165 Ennis, Scott, 1112 Erhardt, Kaye, 1112 Erhardt, Kris, 1112 Ermen, joel, 811 Ermlich, Karen, 86 Esinhart, jim: 86, 176 Esginosa, Laura j.: 43 Et eridge, Tracey: 84, 88, 205 Etheridge, Steven: 86 Ettel, jeff: 102 Eure, Tammy: 86 Evans, Blane: 86 'L Evans, Tracey: 86, 179 Evans, Roger: 43 Everton, Susan, 102 Ewell, Page, 86 Ewing, Laura A , 43, 167 1 U 55 1 Fleming, Alexander, 87 Fletcher, Etlrlrian 8 , 44 Flora, Tyrone, 87, 176 Floyd. luan1ta,87 Flynn, Maru, 87 Foley, Charlena A.: 44 Foley Helen O.: 44, 181, 205 F0Ote, Liz: 87, 151, 184, 185 Forbes, Beniamin: 102 Forbes, Brenda M.: 44 Forbes, Rhonda L.: 44 Forbes, Wayne: 87, 126, 194 Forch, Laura: 87, 149, 151 Ford, David: 87 Ford, Ford Daniel, 44 lawrence, 1112 Ford, larry, 87 8 pr Ford, Stepheanie: 102, 165 Foresta, Donna: 102 Fork, Tammy: 87 Fortenberry, Ann C.: 44, 160, 161 Fortenberrv, jerry: 1112 Foster Nina, 87 Frmler, Mike, 1112 F1JX,'N1l1,l2lk'llE', 87, 187, 11111 Frame-, Larrx, 87, 111 Frar111s,C'.1rrx, 87 Francis, jamie, 1113 Francis, joey: 102 Francis, Sheila: 24, 25, 82, 87, 148, 151, Franklin, Vernon: 87 Franze, Vicki: B7 Fraser, Tyler: 102 Frazier, David: 87 Frederick, Duane: 87 Frederick, Doug: 87, 133, 163 Fredericks, Kathy: 102 Freeman, Amber: 87 Freeman, Gina: 87 Freeman, Kay: 44, 165 Freedman, Malcolm j,: 44, 194, 198 Freeman, Paul A.: 44 Freeman, Walter: 102 Freer, Susan B , 44 Frit'rnian,Anne,-14, 131, 11111 FriIZ1-ll lettrex A , 45 Fuerte-s, lt-sofa 1111 Fuerte-s Rowena, 1112, 1111 Furn1ss,Ldt1le R, 45 11aint1us,Eugenia, 1111 131 fiallaghvr, Brian, 1111 1..1Il.1uher, Pam 1, 45 21111 Knillrmay 11lt111t',B- fidlLll'l1i16'lh, Matthew -X 43, 149, 111' Galway, Kathleen M.: 45, 149 Gamba, judianne E.: 45, 151,200 Gardner, Kevin: 103 Gardner, Rhonda: 87 Gardner, Sherry: 87 Garrou, Becky: 103 Garvey, Mary: 103 Gasper, john: 103 Gawrys, johnny H.: 45 Gaxltin Lisa L , -15 Uelihart, Peter, 43 1.1-i.gan, Start, 1111, 1115 -I r 'F' 1 ".. 1 -rv 1 Ls.. ,..,,. ....-, ., Genesevich, Lorraine: 103 George, Linda: 15, 21, 24, 87, 159 George, Mike L.: 45, 176, 202, 203 Ghaziaskar, Badri: 45 Gibson, Keith: 106 K11l1s1ir1,MEl1ssa 8' 1.111st1n,.N11ch.ieI.-111 1.reNe,1rihn, 1111 11111 1,illiland,DarrellAX,-111,1.1 1 11 1 -111 fiiutirt-, lcanne N1, 411, 148, 1111 181 181 f11X.t'tTs, lxent, 87 Gladin, Wendy: 103, 158, 159, 161, 167 Glascock, Kinney R.: 46, 148, 150, 151, 160 Glascock, Mary: 87, 96 Glzmmann, Rhonda L.: 47, 163 Glaves, Dana M.: 47, 200 Glenn, Mark: 87,95 Godfrey, Stephen Mitchell: 47 Goffinet, Liz: 87 Golob, Matthew: 103 Goodman, jeff: 103, 176 Goodman, Laura j.: 47, 179 Gordon, Brynn: 103 Gordon, Greg: 103 Gordon, Steve: 103, 163 Gorman, Geoff M.: 47 111.111 L11r1 F17 111axa1t Ritltarti F 47 11r.1xcN,l:r1die R 4' 11rax, Daxiri, 8 1 1r.it, Matt, 1111 11rt'1'n, Uaxrrl, 87 Green, David, 87 Greene, Lisa: 103, 161 Greenhalgh, William: 103 Greggery, Daphyney: 103 Greissinger, Gail: 103. 206 Grieves, Bret: 103 Grieves, Brier: 103 Griffin, Michelle: 103 Griffin, Reid: 103 Grissinger, Curt: 87 Groh, jeff: 47 Grolman, David: 103 Crrilman, lexit-, 87, 11111, 21 11ruliaut1h,R11l1ir1, 87 1.r1rnxx ald, 411111 1111 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'III, I IIIIIII 'IIIIII1 Inu' I,,IIII,, I, I ,II I ,I I II.-.IIIIII IIIXIIIII II I 11 J J Q lw1df1lr't Morrill, Lawson, Finis A., 56, 176, 198 Lawson, Rob, 90 Layman, Barbara, 106 Layton, Belinda, 90 Leaks, Deborah A., 56, 164 Lee, Elizabeth A., 56, 149 Lee, Helen, 56, 149, 151, 160 Lee, Sandra j., 56 Lee, Steven, 106, 166 Leeks, Debbie, 179 Lefave, Mitzi, 106 Leonard, Colleen: S6 Leonard, Robert E , Sh Leopold, Rick, 90 Lerner, Tracie, 22, 84, 90, 179 Lester, Raleen I , 56 1 Lester, Shannon, 1116 Leuschner, Robert, 106 Levine, Donna, 90 Levins, Leslie, 90 Levins, Marilyn j., 56, 149 Lewellyn, Thomas L., 57 Lewis, john, 194 Lewis, Mary, 106 Lewis, Ray, 106 Lewis, Richard W., 56 Lewis, Stacy, 106 Lewis, Tracey, 106 Lewis, Tracey, 106 Lex, Alison M., 56 Likens, Marc, 106, 166 Lindsley, Robbie, 106 Lineberger, Todd, 90 Link, Linda, 106 Little, jeff, 90 Loney, Chris M., 56 Long, Valerie E., 56 .Loper, Peggy, 106 Loper, Vicki, 90 Loucka, Doug M , 56 Louka, Loukia, 82, 911, 161 . Love, Denise, 106, 161, 165 , Lovern, Russell, 90 Lowery, Brooks, 911, 176 rl Lubbs, Cheryl, 911 Lucas, Robin, 106 Lusk, Ann E,, S7 Lusk, Helen, 106 Lustig, Linda, 90 Lusk, Diane, 106, 161, 149 Lutz, Lesa R., 57 Lynch, Mike, 90 Lynch, Patricia A., 45, 57, 145, 151, reo, rsi, 205 Maclntyre, Barney, 107 Maden, Debbie, 106 Marlon, luis, 1111 Magruder, fill, 11111 Mahanes, Stott, 911 Malewskt, l7orina, 57 Malaspina, Adrienne, 5, Malbon, Tim, 1116 Mallicote, Michele, 90 Mallicote, Scott, 106 Man er, Lynn D., 49, 57, 66, Manke, Carrie, 90 Manke, Tammy, 106, 165 Mapp, Tommy, 57, 203 Mara, Charlene, 106 Marable, Ashley, 106 Marchione, Elizabeth A., S7 Marchione, Marie, 106 Markman, Amy L., S7 Markowski, Eric, 90 Marlow, Randy, 90 Marrow, jennifer, 90 Marshall, Bryn, 106 Marshall, George A., 57 Marshall, Todd A,, 57 Manel, Beth, 90 Martel, Chuck, 106 Martin, Cindi, 57 Martin, Karen, 106 Martin Kathy, 106 Martin, Mike, 1116 Rodney, 911 Martin, William, 106 Marttlla, Rita, 1116 Massa, Greg L, 57, 189 Marsh, Richard, 106 Master, Carl, 106 Matt, Chris, 57, 149, 160 Mattbis, Norman, 106 Mayer, Billy, 90 Maynard, Mark, 106, 176 Maynsworth, Donna, 106 McBride, Sean, 90, 133 McChesny, Andy, 106, 167 160 X1 'Ki 1 l , Fulk, e 1 f, -V' ' 5 i r i k 4. McClenrlon, Lisa, 59, 159 McCollum, Laurie, 106 McCombs, johnny, 106 McCrae, Renee, 911 McCraw, Carol, 106 McCully, Nick, 106 McDaniel, Mike, 90 McDavitt, David, 107 McDonald, Mary, 107 McGill, john, 59 MCGory, Dustin, 107 McGuire, Stuart, 90 Mi llalion, l1t'lrr.i, 1,11 Mt Hurnt-y, Ii-roniy, 1117 Mi llugli, john, 1117, 171, 1111 lWltllW.1l11, Miki-, 1111 Mclnlyrt-, Amy, 1111, 14'1 Mt lsr-an, Vain, 1111 McKeen, Kevin, 107 McKeever, Deborah, 59, 115, 179 McKeever, Koggie, 90, 179, 200, 8 McKeever, Patrick: 107, 183 McKenzie, jill, 107 McKenzie, julie, 107, 161 McLendon, Greg, 90 McLeod, Karen, 90 McPherson, Terry, 91 McQueeny, Mike, 107 McQuillin, Kathy, 60, 78, 17 McQuillin, Nancy, 107, 165 McRee, William, 60 McTyre, Billy, 91, 176, 174 Meager, jay, 91 Mednick, Michael, 91, 166 Meekins, jessica Anne, 58 Meekins, Tammy, 107 Meekins, Vickie L., 58 Meeks, Mark, 91 Meenan, Christine, 107, 161 Messe, Marc, 107 Messe, Michael, 58 Meetre, Randy, 1117 Meetre, Steve, 91, 176, 189 Merkle, Tina, 1117 lN1E'lI'1ILhL', Beth, 91 Melson, lxenny, 91 Metz, Fred I., 58 Metzler, Chuck, 58 Michaels, jim, 107 Midgarden, Ann, 91 Midgarden, David, 58, 166 Midgett, Buddy, 91, 159 Midgett, Kevin, 107 Midgett, john, 107 Midget, Mary Eliza, 58, 151, 17 Miebl, Mike, 107 Miles, Pearl, 91 Miller, L., 165 Miller, Scott, 107 Milletisch, Robert, 91 Milletisch, Richard, 107 Mills, Betty B., 58 Mills, joe, 58 Mindy, Aing, 107 Munson, Yo, 91 Mlrers, Deborah, 1117 Mires, Andrea, 1117 Mitchell, Barry, 91 Mitchell Mitchell ,C,rarg, 91 , Faith, 103 Mitchell, jimmy, 107, 161 Mitchell, Kevin, 91 Mitchell, Mary Beth, 58, 148, 150, Mizelle, David, 91 Mock, Robin, 108 Moe, Richard, 91 Moineau, Shelly, 91 Moineau, Suzanne, 58 Moiiri, Razo, 91 Molello, Chris, 91 Monday, Alan, 58 Moody, G., 112 Montgomery, Ross, 58, 108, 176 Mooberr Laura' 91 Moody, Moody, Yr . Gilbert: 108 Maria, 1118, 165 Moore, jackie, 11,18 Moore, julie, 91 Moore, Kate, 58 Moore, Laura, 91 Moore, Mack, 108, 176 Moore, Margie, 108 Moore, Melanie, 58 Moore, Melvina, 16, 59 Mordecai, Br an, 91, 189 Moreau, Molly, 59 Morgan, Chris, 108 Morgan, Deborah, 91, 196, 205 Glenn, 91 Morris, Naomi, 108 Morrison Keith 24 25 59 135 1 Mosby, Robert T lll, 22, 59, 77, 7, Mosb1,Susan, 1118, 161 Moscotfian, Billy, 1118 Moser, Marvin, 81 Mosley, Bill, 91 Moss, Donald, 91 Moss, joe, 108 Moss, Kelly, 59 Motyca, Ruth Ann, 91, 165 Mountioy, Kathy, 91, 163 Moss, Marie, 91, 181 Moussari, Mohammed, 108 Mower, Liz, 108 Mulhall, Mary K., 22,91 Mulhall, Marguerite P., 59, 165 Mullanev, Mickey, 59 Mullaney, Rhonda, 1118 Muniert. ixelx n, 1118 Munrlv, Al, 91 Morrison, Ed, 108 , 1 , , , ,Q 8,178 151,160 49, 159 Mundy, IJianrlr.i, 3'1 Munford, Lhvryl. 'J'1 Munson, Mt-linrla, Tl Murphy, Murphy, Murphy, Murphy, Murphy, Beverly, fi'1 Colleen, 91 Marilyn, 11111 loin, 1118 lim, 1118, 1111 Myers, Lrlc, 92 Myers, Manda, 108 Nagle, Steve, 92 Nash, B rian, 108 Nash, Dan, 92 Nash, Philip, 92 Nayak, Neil, 105, 108 Needhan, Mark, 108 Neeley, Chad, 108 Nelson, Gary, 92 Nelson, Kevin, 108 Nelson, Kevin, 611, 159, 1111 Nelson, William, 60, 148 Nepper. Debbie, 60 Nestor, Mary, 165 Neunz, jeff, 92 Nev1lle,Andy, 108 Nevrath, Danny, 108 Newcomb, Tammy, 92 Newell, Evie, 109 Newsome, Kim, 92 Newsom, Paul, 60 Nr-yl1t'r,g,l1r1r1, ll1'1 Nic hrrls, L 111111, 1118 NItl1t1ls, Sharon, '12, 1111 NlLl1t1l's Nissen Susan, l11'1 1 H, 111 tantlx 11111 1115 NlX1111,k5l1JllQN, 111 Nixon, Cindy, 109, 161 Nixon, Sandy, 60 Noell, Nick, 194 N06ll, Harold: 92, 161 Noll, Tom, 92 Nolte, T im: 109 Norris, Bradley, 92 Norris, lorly: 92, 115 Norton, Norton, Mike, 109 Richard, 92 Uber, Iiinathan 1111 Obal, lxexin, 1192, 206 O'Bryant, Keith, 92 O'Connell, Lynn, 109, 161 O'Connor, Robin, 109 O'Daniel, Mike, 109 Olds, Anthony, 109 Olds, Dezada, 92 Olds, Darrel, 175, 176, 177 Oliver, Kenneth, 92 O'Neal, Barry, 60 O'Neil, Darryl, 109 Onhaizer, Cindy, 92 Opdike, Amy, 109 Orenstern, jacqueline, 60 Osberg, john, 92, 189, 200 Osburn, Chip: 92 Llstranilvr, lnga, '12 11utl.m, Melvin, 92 Outlavx, Wilhert, 11111 L1xL'rni,in, jenny 92 Omen 911219 92 Omen, Stcxe, 1:11 Owens, Bruce, 1 09 Owen, Bruce: 109 Owens, Bryan, 60 Owens, jeffrey, 61, 79 Owens Kathy- 109, 161 Owens: Mary,l 109 Owens, Yvonne, 61 Ozment, Kim, 109, 161 Paganelli, john, 109 Paganelli, Sandy, 61 Pagano, Dorrie, 92, 165 Page, Barbara, 109, 149, 161 Painter, Carol n, 92, 151, 16 Painter, Pamela, 61 Pallette, Qandra: 1119, 16s Palmer, Ieaninr- Lrg Palnri-r Ntrltrin 111,11-1 119-1 Palnivr Shirlvx 11111 l closing Papus, Larry: 109 Parcells, Whitney: 92, 135 Parker, Angela: 61 Parker, Diane: 109 Parker. Iulie: 109 Parker, Susan: 62 Parker, Tim: 109 Parris. Britt: 62 Parris, Kimberly: 62 Parsons, Cindy: 92 Parsons, I-I.: 92 Panin, Dave: 92 P3SQu.1l1r141 Pl'11l1r1 '41 'L 1111 , . Paner-on l.m-1- nl Pamm Nltvk 11" 31 Paul F1121 ik' Pau. H Paulm will nl '.t.1rt '1' 11:11 Pawlowskr, Gregory: 62 Payne, Pearce, David: 109 Kenneth: 109 Pears.-111, Pam: 92, 167 Pearson, Harry: 92 Peav, Mason: 92 Perguss. Krai - 109 Penn, Gwengzlyn: 62 Perez, Billy: 92 Perez, lohn: 93 Perez, Patricia: 109 Perrault, Katrina: 109 Perry, Darwin: 93 Perry, Deirdre: 93 Perry, lams: 17, 62, 176, 206, 207 Perry, lulianng 93 Perry, Nikita: 93 Person, Dana: 93, 166 Person, Raelynn: 62 Pervis, Barbara: 110 Peters, Cheryl: 62, 209 Pr-tr-rs N1.11k 61 Putt-rs Nr'lr11111 1119 151 Peter. Susan '11 98 11113 111 l'utt-rsnn 1111.111 '11 Petr-rs1111 N1111, 11141 N11 in 1110 V1-tr'rs1111 s. Peterson, William: 93 Petroff, Sally: 93 Peverall, Terry: 93 Phillips, Brenda: 62 Phillips. Linda: 109 Phauaps Valerie' 63 Pltillilbi Wdhddi 109 Pickens, Dee: 63 Pickron, Angela: 109 Pinner, Mark: 93 Pinyon, Allison: 109 Pinyon, jeff: 93 Piper, leffrey: 63, 161, 194 Pitrone, Eva: 93 Pitrone, Platt, H Maria: 109 arry: 93, 176, 198 Platt, Tammy: 63 Plumea y, Dainei 93 17111111111-,C.111r1i"1.1 V11 1'l1111tkr' lngu, 111 1 , s '1 ' ' I lm 11111 111 1111 1 l'r1ll11'11111s 11111, 1l1'l P1111 1r11r1 R11111 11 11111 .11 r' 'll P11111-1 N.1.11',, 611 Powell,Ll1tt: 109 Powers. Anne: 63 Powers, Lolitalg 93 Price, Chris: 109 Price. Debbie: 109 Price, Demtnce: 109 Price, Troy: 63 Proleres, George: 1 10 Proteres, William: 21, 24, 64, Proulx, Pam: 93 Psion, Germaine: 64 Pullen, lames: 165 Pullen, lim: 110 Pursell, Brian: 110 Puryear, Arlene: 64, 160, 161 Pnlrfs lr-nn1f1'1' 1111 1'.l1- M1111 'll Quigley, 11nrl.1: 118, 93 Quinn, lr-rr-ag 110, 161, 165 Rahey, Brett: 110 Ral 111, Becky: 91 Rall, Dame, 93 Rash, Irie: 110 Rawles, Diana: 64 Rr-ark-r. Doug: 110 Rr-Nl Marqrrn' 57, 64 V11111-'111, 1111 1 1'1. V1-111 111111 111 1-'1-I1 1-'-1111411 1141 Reuter, Kris: 93, 205 Reynolds, Carolyn: 64. 159 Reynolds, Peter: 64 Richter, Haberi: 64 Riday, Renee: 110 Riddick, Ciltis: 198 V Riddick, Duke: 110. 194 Riddle, Terry: 110 Riess, Thomas: 110 Riley, Colleen: 64 Rike. Rick: 93 RiIEY. lulie: 93 Rios, Tom: 206 Risk, Woody: 110 Rllex, Ernest, 110 Roane, Anne: 64 Roane, Morgan: 93 Roberge. Ursula, 93 Roberson, ludy: 93, 185, 196 Robertson, Bowen: 93 Robertson, Brucie: 93 Robimofl. Clay: 93. 209 Robinson, Roga: 110 Rockwell, Stanley: 100 Rodgers, joe: 110 Rodgers, KelIezg93 Rodriguez, Mi : 93 Roebuck, Barry: 110 Roland, Tom: 93, 176 Romeo, Bobby: 110 Ronick, Robert: 64 Roshto. Brad: 93 Rouse, lennifer: 65 Rouse, loyce: 93 Rosen, Robin: 65 Rowan, Cynthia: 93, 161 Rowsey, Mary: 93 Rogal, Scott: 65, 160 Ru in, Doug: 93 Rubin, Sherri: 110, 179 Rub1o,Ton1: 110, 161 Rutlo1ph,C11es: 91 Ru11r1le,10an Dy 65, 66, 115, 149, 1611, 165 Run1tle,Chery1193, 165 Runmn, David: 65 Rush, Clay: 93 Rust, Troy: 93, 176 Rutledge, Kelly: 93, 149, 163 Ruth, Dena: 65, 151, 160. 165 Sadowski, Ronnie: 65 Saint Germain, Nicole: 95 Salland, Steve: 93 Sanderlin, limi 93 Samlvrlin, Kevlng 65 Sanders, Kimberly: 16, tn, 160 Sanders, Rhonda: 1111 Satterfield, lanniep 93 Saunders, Brian: 1111 Saunders, Dianne: 65 Savage, Todd: 110 Savvides, Harry: 93, 131 Sawyer, Connie: 110 Sawyer, Mary: 110, 179 Sayer, Elizabeth: 65, 160, 179, 205 Scarbrow, Lee: 93 Scarborough, Sally: 93, 115, 179, 200 Scarborough, Samuel: 65, 176, 198 Schaadt, Linda: 65 Schaffer, Bruce: 111 Schaffer, Scott: 161, 209 Schara, Martin: 93, 166 Schara, Michelle: 110 Schemtob, Maurice: 110, 172 Schendel, lorry: 110 Sr 1111-11.11 11, R11 h.1rrl, 1111 S1 hlr-r lt, S11-ve, 'N S1h11r111.1e11, R14 harrl, 111, 15, 611, 148, 1 131, 159, 1611, 2111 Ht hntitlt, luhn, 66 Schniidt, Stacy, 110, 165 Schmidt, Tammi: 66 Schmidt, Terri: 94 Schmitz, lohn: 94 Schreiber, Lisa: 110 Schubert, Gary: 110 Schulz, Connie: 110 Schuyler, Kathleen: 110 Schwegler, Becky: 94, 185 Scott, Mike: 94 Scott, Walter: 94 Scutchinp, Deborah: 94 Serimnn, Andy: 66 Srnlrs, llavirl, '14 Sr-.11s, Rrigi-1, '14 Hi-.m.1'11, 1.111r,1, 1111 Sr-51.11 Rulwll, 111 Sr-111611, lrltlfrl, '14, I 1 Suit Slew, 94 Settles, Mark: 94 Shaffer, Scott: 94, 161 Shalfer, Terri: 94 Sharp, Debbie: 111 Shcukls, Billy: 111 Sheehan, Debbie: 94 Sheppard, ana: 151, 185 Shepard, George: 111 Slwpparrl, Dora: 94 111r'r111.1r1 I.1111rs 111 '111-1111.111 1111111 1111 .l11'1111,111 kr'1l1 111 ,q Sluril, Phil: III 5l1Bwoo:IKaen:66 Shipn, C lem: 166 ' 511ipp.Rrilii66 SlllIID,w8I'1294- 'S' Sliirerdedns. BBB: 94 - ' Sholar, 57611: 94 . , Short. David:66 S11ona.lol1n: 94 , Slvinlt, Susan: 110 - Q, Sbuman, Bram: 66,-176 ,, Sliumway, Tim: 111 ' Siegel, Ann Marie: 66 Sremson, Tim: 94 Sills, Sherry: 111 Sills, Vita: 66 Silva, Anna: 165 S111.'a,C1eber: 111, 165 Silver-nail. Tai: 94 Simmer, Alan: 94 V , Simmer, Barbara, 67, 160 Simrnoris, Marpra:67 Simmons, Tracey: 111 Si Minri: 166 gig, Deg-sarah: 678:61-. rmpson, eerie: ' Sims, Tim: 94 Skidmore, Brant: 94 ,- Skidmore, Terry G.: -67, 176, Skinne, Susan: 94 Slatlum, Keith: 12, 67 ' Slawson, David: 68 Slawson, Marie: 111 Smith, Andy: 111, 189 Smith, Catherine: 68, 159 Smith. DUi:15, 20, 111, 159 Smith, E. Curtis: 45, 68, 77 79, I s111'111, Greg: 94 Smith, ldf: 111 Smith, lim: 111 Smith, Kevin: 111 Smith, Kristi: 68 Smith, Mary Eg 68, 185 Smith, Mlldeton, 111 Smith, Pete: 1 11 Smith, Renee: 111, 187 Smith, Robert: 68 Smith, Steve: 94 Smith, Susan: 68, 165 Smith, Traci: 94 Smith, W. 'glen 68 Snodgrass, xnthia: 68 Snodgrass, R onrh: 111 Snowden, Angela: 68 Snowden, Chris: 198 Snyder, Milne: 94 Snyder. Sandra: 68. 163' Soulerin, Christina: 68 Sowder, Scott: 111 Spanoulls, Artemis: 111 Spots, Christa: 111 Spates. Sharon: 94 Spencer. Todd: 111 Spink, Michaeli 94 Sp1t1111, Pete: 94 Spty, Richard: 68 Stahl, Lisa: 112, 161 Stahl, Sharon: 94 Standing, Nancy: 69 Standing, Susan: 112, 161 Startoni, Troy: 94 Slim, Lslie: 69 Staton, Sharon: 69. 200 Staton, Sheila: 69, 176, 16 Stebbe Kath ' 94 143. 159 561111111 TIBOZQJ 112 gtein, Brian: 94 94 ternberqi ane: atelt, Ricxgrg 32 Q 1 I Steiihgrison, Kimberly: 69 Stepp, Lisa: 112 Stevens, Teddy: 112 Stevenson, Don: 98, 112, 115 161, 172 Stevenson, laurlej 94 Stevenson, lee Ann: 94 Stevenson, Steve, 1 12 Stiles, Ie11111e, 69 510111, S, 1115 Stoups, Stott: 95 Stoups, Mark: 1 ll SIUWEIS Mel: 70, 206, 207 Strano, Carol: 95 Strauslaerg, Susan: 95 Stravlnsky, Susan: 112 Stubbs, Amy: 95, 205 Sturtrldge. Misty: 112 Sukolf, Steegran ez 95, 115, 159. 1161 Sullivan, S ne: 95, 176, 205 Sunheril Bruce: 112 Suter, llionz 70 Sutton. Yvonne: 95 Swann, tynec: 194 hWl't'llt'h, Mark, '15, 1711 Nwr-1111-gt-1, l,.llll, '15, 1114, 1115 hyl1l'lS, Dwight, '15 Ny kr-., 111-11l.1n1111, T11 Ntkrs, t hurk, 112 4. Qt 1.1l11111 lx11r11,'l5 l"l l.l11l1 trnlal '15 ',r 121' Walton, Tom, 112 Wang, Suzanne, 112 War , Brenda, 96 Ward, leannette, 96, 206 Ward, Sonja, 73 Warhan, Mike, 96 Warren, Daphne, 112, 165 Warren, Donna, 96, 163, 165, 196 Warren, leffre , 73, 176 Washburn, letl, 112 Wasserman, David, 112 Wasterfield, Terri, 73 Watkins, Iano, 71, 119, 161 Watkins, Toni, 96 Watson, Gloria, 911, 179, 196, 1114 Watts, Sonia, 96 Webb, Gregory, 54, 71, 1-ll Webster, Crystal, 112, 1114 Weeks, Rick B., 74 Wegrzyn, Celeste, 112 Weiner, Debbie, 96 Weintraub, Eric, 112 Weller, Kathy, 122, 179 Wellman, Michelle, 96 Wenger, Randy, 112 Werhan, Michelle, 112, 161, 198 Wermers, Chuck J., 74, 115 Werne, Anne-Mary, 74 Werne, joe, 112 Werner, Sayegh, 84, 96 West, Beth, 122 West, Steve, 112, 194 West, Tom, 176 West, Virgilia M., 74 Wheaton, Clacyton, 112 Whedbee, Ed ie, 113 Whetzel, Cheri L., 74 Whitaker, Carol E., 74 Whitaker, Mattie, 96 Whitbred, Larry, 96 White, Anthony, 96 1 White, Kent, 161 White, Carolyn E., 74 Whitehurst, Andre, 176 Whitehurst, Crystal D., 75 Whitehurst, Daryle, 198 Whitehurst, Edward H., 711, 75 White, Gregory S., 74 White, lohn, 111 White, Kent, 1 13 White, Michelle, 96 Whitehurst, Andrea, 1 11 Williams, William, '17, 176 Willman, C arl, 97 Wills, Douglas l., 76 Wilson io, , lat k 1 1 1 Wilson, Karen, 97 Wilson, Kr-nnetli, 97, 194 Wilson, 1.., 174, 176, 194, lllll Wilsiin, Prism illa, 97 Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, R Scott, 76 Sherry, 111, llll Str-yi-, '17, 176 Valerie A, 76 -4-1.n,. Whitehurst, Darryl, 111 Whitt-burst, l1.irrxl, 111 1fVl1lll'l1LlINl,l1.1Vlll, '16, 1711 Wbiti-hoist. lllc-n, '16 Wliitvburst, Sliarol R, 75 VVl1llQ'lll.ll1, Rolii-rl, l16, 1'1-l Whitt-ni.in, llonna, I I 1 Whitley, Laura A., 75, 115, 148, 160 Whitlock, Angie, 96 Widgeon, Lynette, 113 Wieman, Barbara, 96 Wi ent Tammy A., 75 ,B E 1 Wiggins, Alvin, 96 Wiggins, Melinda A.: 75 Wiggins, Wiggins, Ricky, 97 Sheila, 97 Wiggins, Valerie, 97 Wilkinson, Hope A., 75, 179 Willey, Steve P., 75 Williams, Williams Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Benny, 113 Debbie, 113 Denise M, 76 Emily A,, 76 lenifer, 113 loyce L.: 76 Kim, 97 Lisa A., 76 Michelle, 97 Paint-la D , 76 Trisha, 97 Wiiitii-I1I,I1.1t11lI " VVion Sli-xi-11 lll Wliriiii-ll1Iiil1ii,'l' 1 '11 lll'l WW-11' S.iiiilr.il " Wlisiiii-xxslti, 1.11 Liv, lil VVisriir'w-li, Iariiw I , Wisniewski, John, 1 1 1 Wolfe, Ross, 97, 119, 140, 151, Wood, Becky, 113, 165 Wood, Earl, 113 Woodhouse, Avery, 1 1 1 Woodhouse, losette, 111, 165 Woodhouse, Marilyn A., 77 19-1, 1911 Woodhouse, Melvrnl , 77, 194, 198 Woodies, Carita, 113 Woodies, Ivy, 97 Woods, Mark, 97 Wool, Toddv, 97, 151 Worlds, Tracey, 113 Wrenn, Todd, 97 Wright, Clarence, 97 Wright, Hunter, 97, 150 Wright, lenniter, 97 Wright, Kim, 91, 97,148, 151 Wright, Mary T., 77 Wynkoop, l.C1: 113 Wysocki, Robert l., 77 1.111-., Aiirlrvw, '17 11.I11,1 1.11111 ll 1111111.i 1111 'i l'i1 Zani, Mar lll v, Zurwig, Pi-11.1 A, f'o " 11' Z5-rslvr, larns-., '17 Zenianv, liiigrx '17 Zirnlwld, lim 1, 77 Zniuda, llaiiir-, '17 Zollicollvr, Dennis, '17 Zolliroller, Dexter, 115. 181, 1111 A 1 I -112 . 3. ,, .1,,'-g1,.v c . 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