Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA)

 - Class of 1986

Page 1 of 230

 

Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) online yearbook collection, 1986 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1986 Edition, Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1986 Edition, Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1986 Edition, Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1986 Edition, Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1986 Edition, Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1986 Edition, Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1986 Edition, Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1986 Edition, Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1986 Edition, Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1986 Edition, Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1986 Edition, Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1986 Edition, Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 230 of the 1986 volume:

w .3 .17 .y WAX, , dd ,x i !. :fuxi r '3?'. :.l.fk'.,wY . , A. '-my . 1 ' ,Q p , . , , . ' -R-". 'fv . hfi"S"'- 1. NQEF. ' Q : , ' :Q-6:52 p. -RLQQTQ. j'sL'fA.:Q'A? 4 ":L..:Z.W-:i.sv- U- . ' , - A Q 5x,.,.' , 5 -.H E-lu F'f'?'f','f1.:-' Q ,1..1g.g..,.. ...fg.'j-. ,.e.-The 1 -A fp gf - -i,..,,:Tk 'mv Ax 0. .4 tk.: H-v - .---fist" 'Q f A-.MM ,, ly1n,f.nn 4 A, ' f,L- A' A' - '-, 5' ' -jh -', " vw"- Q1--, "'.,1 T- 77 -:' 1 " W 'A 'M -1- '. UM- A--. Am'-f fn- A '--, '- '. '- -'f . . .fa xi, vf W ,- K! . ',- .1. L .,. ' . F .E-Lufq, 0. . - . , '. 1 V if Q T.. .b A V , A. -1- ll- I 1 , 'Q' T. f t.. Q40 ' 516' 'I' ISSJ- yvrj - o Q Q 1 y A . '?'lg -' 9' r. s':-'aw 00. Tig ! "Q 'A' 1 - 'ifxigl-Q.: . . 4 ,, ' ' q:...' " , - . A ' - ' I, . ,. gf: 4 V . J . -5. . F -. ' 1 , A '3 "L '. 'A 'V .v -nw - Ani- . , A ' -..-4.11 - " - . f , V ,I A' ', ' ff -4-' 'Q . .v-J A J y v,"' lx' 4, , I - u , 'L,r,'.l U 9 0 50 A . .A '-A A A '-f'- - ' ., -M G-- . C- ' - . ' ,rx 14 'U 4 h: 0' g .J , , ? - O fha! 0 4 .- '. A ' . , 1.1-1-fi ' ,' Q O I . , h ..- Ju' Y, x . ,. . 'v.,', , Q A ,z , V- , I A, . -4 .-2 - f A ala. " '-..1e-2 .- .- A A - ' .mv - :f A . . 2 Trrt , , 'f Ziff.. wx b .3 CE ,J A'Qi.A,R::X? J i ' I , . l5hES'j'n' B , 'jl, Jfh fi. Q Q ' U.-25-V if if - . . A A . ..A M511 . A A v u , '40 'g' : 1'-' A-"' , ' - f '. ' Af ' '5" Q "sd ' 4 f-Q'-"5.1.-AE1 . 4-Aff In ' .- ' -A A A A -A--250' Q fw .A . . ff Q. gat, J Mfr" sr. ,x ogg. 4,2 -.ff -,f,..A . ull - 'H A D , g,',gv.JJ ., . Q M53 Ffa- ,l 'pfycfh 4 , O' ru .ffl -flu .6 ,- , -qi Bm, .4 , ,A , Agzif-Ig. ,lb-, . 1, ,:Lg5,:,-L I.g4j,wq., I-15.45. Y.. , , f- , ' .J - I I 9 -, 'f ' - ' . ' , 5. .- 'A 454 f' -5 1".Ca4' .212 Q 'J 731 ' it Am- .4 ' Ae 1 an Ax?-A. . A A A - . ' g mf-.A A A J,csfAf.A.:,S?' -fwfwaw - A a- -l Y , 'J . f ' . 1' A 4-.:' - A'. ., ,P - '. ."'A a '.- A JV ct- .Je '57 1?,+fx.-65.4995 V . . .Q P . ' lf-x rbi. 5 1: v ply , ' .ls-:L A. . ,U J' - fs A O ' ,ffvi-'qiaguej -A-gy'-A A-N f:2?nf.,,? . - . ' - - I ' ' - 1.9! 3' A 4.7 Ur, -f-543, "7!'1V'.'Q ' L..-:3 -A4 MT. , , , I ' 4, . , -1 A Y b J , 1 5 . 9 Lf... I :, 1: ,l 'g AH A . v A 'lv 4. U R: Mr Avrw' nm-Y ' 'A A W- A fwwtzawx wif A A ' ' " N' QT '.--3 -' - U 1.14. -' ' '?""A-35 ' '. ". 1" Q ,-+2 in-7 0 1. is ' .r .fgipilgf 0' xx 'tg IZWEZER , .' W . ' .Hsin .LH.'fL'J UTENSQI. ' A-s:.g:.', .iff 'qi ' 7:5 1 Q . Q I I . v - , ' 1 v A, - ' v I , - ls. . A 'A' . . A :txt , H' K .. ' urn 4 Q !"f my llygqff '3ff'+?:i.Q,, H,'fQ'.Q?'1,' .0 , - :F-'ff' ,. .4 .Dalit-EV, f'g v"'.Qg!, 8' ' . -p1'iA'a 3 fx., ,,5 ' . s"- A ,,-Lf, ' Us Igrs-:M4 -UV ' ' ,N , . dll' 5 . CLI- .1 ' i-F, . .gd 0..' -1-I' " ", --.-.-wi 7' fy, 1 M' - 7 -1"1'V?'-'J'-ff'-' '-'r?f4df A . A 2"HvA ' 'P Huw- ff'-. "fe-' au AA A-Aa - ' . '745i"'4"AM 'A V+' ,L Hxjf w-qQ,:.?"' " ' -.Mui "gi Q 1-fl: .A A .13-w A -- K-'1 L-a,"l'?k " ' " ' 1 'QA Ap A ' I .I ' I 4 ' A ,W ,W ',- - v -' 'l, - - A K ' ", 4 y,. ' ,- A -v j 4 V ' A .je ja ,V :fy J-IE:'25q?f.Ac., 3, A 0 '21-fy - J , , , , r .igiswq-' ' 'fast' -A 3--.:':'f, 'kr J , NP! H A J 45, si-5 ,' ' , O '1'9"bb:i'-wg 'J A 1'f'Y5j':-a?'hz' 1,1 -:Pan ' J. J ' V". L:",' 'f.'i1f35"Sif.:':"o '?2Kv',':'f! ' 'Ala'j4'.', ,' 'UW' 5 .nf ' in I rs 'vssjiifx jsp? .f.f,?'4l?:.i '. . , q :'ilkQ"l'g 0 ' -tc Q. im, .CJ nf' 5249! tgiivf, u,-:SSL-og,1:Q,1 . v f QA -A f -. Q' xr +-.vw . ' 1' 1-fi?-v A s- A .na - A ifwwz , - ' A 12:13 ' fffffji'-Q-. 'M " PEN :IW "irq-,..', L7 -Y ' ' 35143 " '+Z2"Jz'- 'vw A' :A A-iw' .V f . -+2 'J ' ffm' nv ..' ' "1 n A2-!-,V f :J L , 4 O A - 1: ,, F- Y '16 Q 1' 5,1 ,,-- 3 A . .0 -.4147 y . J ,nt A U, , .I l. A ., ,-,n: '11, 5545- " 'gf-S ' -'fxr AS ggi? J' 'Q . - :. - A A A- ' l - Jr.. 4 .ff-.?'H '-1 'A .fri -g+g'f5f,51'Q1Ay' ' . "5 7' 39?-zifsqlfa W ' if A-If ' W-fri ,I--fg?fw'S'gI- 'f::b?"f-.H ' ,AAQJ g"QgI?f'25i:17C7-7 A-:x:4r-f1A'm,g, I, Q -gJ.'ff-'.:n,51'- -.',w,xQ:. ., --sr ' 'hx-,1."ffg" - -A 3132-1. :ivy-3 ggi'-' ' .4:4.fr1,A'?.,,,, 55 mv? M1,q',iffi.f:gf B.Q1,f,:,,-:,QAi.g-:3T-Lf:-,in gglyu:?ZE-czryrggbg-cfxij ' Aw' ' i. ' ,Vw-1 T15 ' .n-,QA -12. , 4 . 1. If.: '.f,Q,,Lu.:, , 1. :44,1fr "'wlfAl-1v Tf5- as-fwefx .A wg A 4 ' " A ng, i .Aw - ' Af ' f. A .-AAN .eff-QA . Aw: ...' -, . . A-' -5--az' -.Aw-', . --A ' 'A 1 .-, gf. R1-, 1-irish' A-Q,'- .mu 'Tffa-sm .1-'J -l Aff.-yy., .vim-nw, 9113? 2-1' Egg. , ik 'L-Q A.'- + f,s..- r . V13 ',- N ,. -1,v 4 41 -f - I .. . KV- J-V' gl rffi l' - fn I Y J . PQ-f 'lf.Q1Q""'-- ' 'Qvf -xi 4 -' ML. I4 '- , A474 ' 'inf n Lua .-., ' ' ' . ' ',vN - ', I' 'If 9 A ' . . 4 A. ,LL 9 -Y . A . , -, .ge .d .5 J 5 J 4 .4-I I.-,Asn I 'Lau , 1, . F. s 1 . I ,A .' f ,A th-,J,JA-rssrzffig wx A O 1 v QM.J:..:Y Liz- Ninn' Q -mn.: J-AP Y-!',PA,4Q-- 5, .pai ' :D A rn:-kin V ' 4 ii ' '4 ' I . ' ' . gs. , N- , - 7 . lf. ,A .."'V , 1 . 3 A 'f ", -I , 91 AA 'A S'-?-'xii-3-ff , O . At . U4-7' '. "'-43 '1-- 'isa . Q-25? .-rfifa:-f'f 1-- . ' --'+'A A . if ' A ' . ff yu 'c2.15jQ'1--J"c'? -, , WA- .:.-J' , Ear. . .uxfufr-. A . L As- ..:-fffzfw Ag-Ah of ' ---If A A A -A '1' Pvt' 35:1 :""'5, S' ""- . ZXF' "Av A 11X'L' la? "'f'-nh' J-Z" 'L' 3 A- r' A ". ' v- L' 1Ag:?1'5g3.fi'.-S41-fffifbgg-U ' 'q 'ff' ' .f.'555E"r' 450-ge-1:8-A A' "fir, :Q , LQ" A ' " . " fag-. - A+. fx + H A '5-fa A' A 'Ar -A4-. -' A' 4 XM-A A A- r-wr-A -- f--. " ' -"nib Q43 ,.-' I- .. 'C A . ' - -1-S '-',gO.0' L 'NJN' ' QT- ,vu , , ': -5 ' 4 - ,Al --2- I s lip, igljfpgbe,-?1vTr.I,-.ghj5,.f7, 1144.5 .gyfn-Q 0 rrp' v , 'rival i- 151651-o!.f? L, -' ' 'fflrf l A, ' 4 F-,-, , gn ' ' dl I P? - -3.-f"'fj.'5cZ-IRC?" J Q A -" " ':L'ffi?s'L.I Sgpgzfvv ,I - ' 'r?359f . Q31 ' , ' - '., up ' 1 ' Q ,A . , . ' ' x .' ' - -, . 1. , 4 ' ' . .via-. .K .,.J,T.'A.f, ,g.1r:4g?-1 .go , - 4 4.A:4'JA f .S-'mix-A- ', -.5 A gif.-A 'Wg . ' ' .Q ., . ' ' A wuz'-'QR 'P L'-'V A -fl-'uf 4 N .',l' v fb' .Q Sl' 1' 'X' ' A' Vg""" ' 'J I' ',.1'. '-5: ' rd - l, ,V ' , . , 'ff' A 292'1?'Jv":-- .T-2--W, 0 H- Swv' fra .f'- WT ws '-if-' ' -gina P-'Af' QF" I-. f"- ' . .J '-'. - - -, . .-' f - - ...'i:- 'Q '. - . --: ' A A A.--'. : """": A ' - ' .A l TH! i 1 j Q fn. wwf, Q M In -L In phfjr. ph TA - ..f4"':,. .tfrs O, A . ' -liilnj .np 5,313 Y.i..::l'. A I Q U, 4,9 V . , ,: 0 G .1 I 'Ll 9 . 5.3 , ' I 3 IL' , gA UP. 4 l - .. 4 gf' ,Q ,gl , .A N1 Jil. wg- r 2425. . ge, - wi-f' . '-pit, 1,-5 .,- 5'5" ,Agia -1,3 ' ' sv- arm as Cy, ,df . ,JJ 51' - - -V Vx, ,:-f., , v "'-A' ' -' ' L A A - -I ' . 'L--'w' . ' ' H ' -" ' .. 1114 fr- is 1' rl'-' V - -5- - ---. 54 --'Q fq ' -,--A -i"',.-." L' ' if" ' 'fri' Ju --'W' ' fk'-W ' o -'-no ' '5 ' slg5fQ',J 5' YA A n,?E-:1:'fQ:' E121 "J .-I I l'fQn,.fJaV" 'Ti - ,zz-515' A I . -:'.1,,g--1,3 ' C 4 ' -L s- Elini. , Q. 1 -V 'Y Ir, .15 F1 , xzir , 5-:,. 2 . .AL 4. .4 :J , 1 if , - ' V ' -A-. L-,' ,-:Al glaffi ' 0 . .,-.1 ' 5.35, .1f.,bf- Ari,:fle?1",:4m6 - ' 1 xi! ,zfzqaa ,f3w:,i5A -A H. 11 ' " 695: . Q ,gl Y- .'Eigq,1f.A,' dj,-f, It ' bv' .' xl. A . Glriff' 3 4 4-i,:j1f-3, 1 ' 'ry - Af ,J-. 5535. A. 'XSILF gi 0 f. 35559 S55 A YA 'RQ' "W -,.,.fag:,y' .' WGN., . ., - , - ' ,I -f' '- ' -.- ' ,'..1- - , r'- ' I . ,- U , B-"2'.:f9'-'A gg' Af 74 Of ' 'ff 3 7.f?f':n' 1,317 2 ' A ' A "I ' 0 f 'SV'-' ' 'i 'ff' ' ' ' o sf--4 or A -'--' . A.ff.1ffL.w' - .- f-U . 1 A '...4.. . ' -.nr 'r 1 - 'Ah A ' -r' q. AQSE5. Mg- R 'sw A , 5'f1f"'L' ' A ',uA' ' A 61+ J Ui' A' 'rw' "2 fr-f'J"2.,'- "' A' .Jfff-:"-., "' s If'-' . 1 ff" -5 f '-" ' - 'Yff ' f ' f ,v"' v. Q3 4 N 1 . o X . J .?sy,l--Q: o. ..,,.,Az',5. .5 5 - a .,,-Lf jf!-5. x - A, . o 'bv' ,ag 1- - x ' Q. sn, .5 , I . , , A- ' f'p',:4 S ' .ff sf xx iw. v7 g' A A K1 A.l'W Je' 'JO ,--,",,, --,' 'Q' stsff. .lgff It-' VCX? .f-. . ' U 1 5 CJ'-Sf 4 4 y - ' 1 ' -J-:J pn ' v I3-:', ' 'L'-,-',gY'fBo 0 .UNL 1 'FLM If-2,9 - .1--in' n vi. 'Ar-"Ja, QJQE.--2 ' -:YQ .aft QQ. ,N J A. . ' f lv - C -,gb A 'MYA pg-AQA fill, ,af "Cu 'Z --2.5 A- ' AX' ' ki- ' lf' f 1 P .UQ gr -Q - 72' "JA - -1'M'W7J'-Q' A '-'T 55933 A 'SPE' Aff A v ' . - nw. -Ffa' . 1.2-.-if! ' A"f1"" 'f'-- - - 'ff' '-M rv rr ' "1-L - 1 fyfh v7":'l-437 w-. ' ' .bi - go-::,.fL.f .:+i0,,1.A 31,5 I .if A 0 -sg'-.?A.i5:: I .9 u . , .- -"FQ-1-,Q-. 11 sb,-Ar , A - WA- ff- . ' A . , is - 1 v A , . 1 4 v . j C325 V535 . O-Hi? iw ? ' ' ' :ith JIU? 51:4 A :Q-SE! y -., il - -Fix., , ig.. ' ' A ,W,l,,' A .gr ' f Q . r f':if'f: 'A ' A' . . A , '- 'H f s' L' - -:AI A 5-' " . ' A '. ' -E I " ' 4' 1325. .DN 1,-' -' P 'fails 9 ' ' - O . . 9 ' t ' Ou , ' ,, 1 - S , -4 4 - , "-52-A grit fi' ' u '- . H l . fx-n7,.' ff. - , ' V W , Y ' ' 0 5 4 ' ' -4.51. -1:1-. A A g ' ' ' Q " ' kr ' 'I . f L , A 1 V 4 - ' A- ' .qi 1. L .Cf f . fig -5' . V . 'Xin :LAL f' ' I H u , P yr 0 oi ' 'yu ' 'M Q o ' 0 ' ' ' ' D .343 ' Q - O Q . 5-'tif' Q , 0 0 ' ' .5 o ' i 'Ziff ' A ' Y' Xb, '-' Q ' O , . A . . . . I . 4 ' "4 J 0 ' v - .5 , ' O 5 A O 5 4 4 . . ' . Q - g . 9 Q ' 9 X ' 1 O 1 O i . . Q ' Q , On ' ' - 0. . A o T . I v ' A ' . ' . 1 v A A - ' cb , ' . o ' A 'Q ,N ' . . , . 4 u ' , o . 0 f 0 4 Q U ' . .,A - ' ' ' Q v o ' - ' ' . ' ' b . 4 O , e . ' b 1 Q ,., ' ' o ' ' Q' , ' ' 0 ' 1 V 9 W A 0 ' ' Q. Q l 4 A P O 4 . . O 4 . . ' ' . 5. 0 4 ' 1. 1 ' ' J ' ' , - Y ' 2 Y ' , o 0 0 I N J Q l 9 . . Q A ' QA I 0 ,' o A A . ' J 0 0 . O v. ' . A 1 O , O , ' ' , , v y 4 . ' . 0 ' ' 1 ' K , p . . , 0 ' Q V, ' 4 , s A . ' ' , Q V A . I Y A I o 4 7 ' Q 4 . . . j',- 1 'ov' 0 -6 ' "0 v '4,'1 L I u 0 05 .1 b 4, L 4 4 A 0 . ll 4- ' s A . , 1-..x . O 5 Q ' 5 4, g' 1 O v ' . :Q J -W D' 1 5 A 4 1 l , 4 'Q A , 3 J' P., 1" 1 of ' 0 A "g' -r 4 4. ' L.: T B pa 1 l X Q , 9. I , '.J .3 V 4. E 'o ,.i1 4 L . ...-.,.1 -,q 4 ..,, U. . ., '-'.'vL' .. Z- Q ' Q4 ' -H nf 1 ' . - .I ,KI . Y ' --.- - ' ' 1 x ', ' . v ,. . ,g , ' ' " ' ' "' 'UQ nu' lghzrzvys' f 'ff-Q I u Y ' -. f.L f . - ' v ' V- -- 1-. , Y . A o- u .A v 0 5 5 - A Q6 . o I ' Q . ,. - I 'f . 'Y fp '. JY ' 92 o Z ir 'I-Zigi-F5 , 0 0 , 0 I 'O . .-', .. 5.19. 1 .4 Q Q - yup, ' , lj , 1 . ' A . . " " ' ' J' 175. ...V "-i'lF . ' - . V . f- , G1- '- .I . Ou.. 0,0 .L R- ...S ,Q-lfs' , ,IJ .Af , . 'lin' -O Rl ' l',f.'n v. OI - 1? Q vo - O4 Q W 'A I ' 5' ' , V ' .A'. V A s" ' I A is -101. I' t.l.' ,Qu 'W' I--I 'Q I .. , 1 J u IRI , g. .. l- .X .Vs . .I yz,. Q . 'V' -X 1 ' . "' .0.s- xf A'f X ix-J' V-- ".. I1 f.""-. . ' ,... v ' -yew ' ' 4' Jkt' ' .-- .' un .'- - ' .tl-4 4' 1, ' 54 1 In v t v ,.. . ' - V , . . ' - ' 7 -'-' H - .mv 4 an l -. .Q - A 1' ll 4 . ' . .A uv '--, s v Q , . -- ,- "6' lo Sr ' 'OU' 5 jj' . 5 '. f gil. , ' tc., ' y ' . 'Ma 0, t 4 , 'L I 1. , J ' 0 - J..-.-.4 Q l Q' -,1 L' ' f . Us A ' ' ' 3 Av. '- fr 1 "A , ' 1 1 ' ' . , "lg 'Q '. f- 1' - cf ' ' -A - A.. " A P gs 1 ' A ' -.."4',-'."l." TQ V . , ' W- - 4 . s 1 , ,, 'hir' ' J ' x . D . .g . , 1 4 4 p V . - 1 . o'. v ' , , , I . ' , 4 , . A '- ' - ' ' . , , , . X. , , 1 u . - 1' . .- 5 1 . I A 'w 4v' I' f . l'- " ' V I' tl' un- uv 5 ry ,..u . .- . W 1 .l i -,, Q .-, 4 ' -,U .Lf .AF .l'.. . - ' I Y 1 ' ' 1, , ' .A '. " ' ' ' ' ' " . . ' . , . ' . r - f , , 4 , so - ' , 4 - - . ,. -.., 1, ' - ., - ' ' . o-be 'J -' N . f ,,, .1 . . 1 1 , . , , . . - ' a 1 v ' s' 2' -' . 0 - . ..'! . . -- ,'- ..A 1 v i 'I I0 v Q.. .J ' 'Y' 4 1 'O E V' 0 , 1 4 A., :DS ,' 5 " :in IL, , Il ,,- 1 , u V. I I t 1. ' . . A -y , ' ,U '- -. -V 4 . V - n. v Q . D - A s ,Ky y - ry' ', L w-Q ' " s - af -. -X 12.641 ' ' A ....- ' .., A.. 1 . ' . -- ' 1 S- w S O ?' rl 'W K A I I - .-. 4, f , o - H ' 1' . Q 4 o '- .- 'Q - 4. Q Q -. 4 A V 5. 1 Q,Q' - ' . V 1 o l..' J- , .A , . Q--J vu q 0 6 k : QA- ' y -. O -v 1 V ' .ip . n . I " Q 1 -1 " .' ' Hof' 1, ' ,.. ' " 1. 'l , 'U - 'JA nf' 1 nA' gg A. ,- -A ', , 'ng "': .. .4 , l' ,C - .'. ' A' . ' ,G l T-.04 - QM' --K 'l' It .. 1, Q' :4.C V ,'..-Q. 'ax fl oi d. J . U. - Q., ..' 1 v 5 Q J' .-- "F , . ,W sf. . " . .J J . A'- "L',.-'Q '-:"' .. ' - 7 Q Ki gf ", ' -. , ' ' L' '. '- 4' ." -' ' , '. ff- A 0 ' 1 ' U. 'Q J., V "'v. ' - --. ' " v f n ' o ".'-I I-W. of' -mv ' '.- xy ' -" - 1- MMF, U .' -1, v,---. 1 , 5' . - if- -3 Aff? a.1 up I U v flag 153, F' V 9 Qz'i :" I '9y',L1'?ia. -Y -,. an -,' ! A, 11 ' 'V ,.,,'. : ". . hav.--".,-' ' - v'.','A .' '- ' we-PQ .., . .4 -'1 ' 4xy,.lj. lr, U V - . 1' A ' - ' -I - - L 1 v N, . - I .1 ,H .Qt -Lx'-. Ariiig-9,1 ng .Z ,411 f ' Q ' ' V' 'f1e..f',' . Jqnil- ? 'Q .',v- 'LE '31 'J',.f V' 5 ' " " W 'J -f ty -Ss gy, , v , - 41 -f15'k.':-:'f"x2- lq "' H .4 f I W t ' p , . mf, 1, . N , s - 4 1 - A 4 v 4 -' - if I 1 ' s --' .', ws , , u , , .', 561149 'I ., . Qf., . .. 3,3 , .L -1,,.5. - U .Q K L- 5' 1 I - .I .. .O'-w ,Tl , it ' J . 'Q ',., .- N Q , , fu. ,I s 'J 6' 'A' Y D-J ,B rt' ,Hi 1 I' Q - 0,-' . A r ' . A ' '-.. . al Q. h 0 A- ' AW f'- -,No -Q I is'.u.'.."?o 4,Lh-L' ' q- 4 kkfx .x. 'A ' ' 9 ' x'.4-' 'Ulf ' lv' ,' . 1 0 ' Q -. w . .' -- ' ' 48 4... ' 'I . . 4. -4 W .. . s . .. - . A V ' .I ','r" v ' ... fl, 1 - 3 Q" -Q' ... -. 1 ' ' .' A"'-- ' YQ A' .' 'M' '. ' '..i'A '1-IT A .- ' . . -'.' " ' ' .'-' .' ' ' -1 -- I 4 i g.: ,f J' 4 J , f L , -'I .g,y:,. N -., 17. A 13,72-Q. Tr., -. -. -- . ,-,' , . , , .41 .yh ....-Ns L' M-0 . -W . . . Q' 0 s ' 'S , c -: I '.': ...I 'lx ng., X 5 Q' Q 1' ,.'H 'l"L 'vrxlr bfi.. 9 v v : 4 I W ' 1 v . I ," 1 I1 ll n ar. r .l . s 1'f4' '. ..'.1'v,n'.4 ' 'Of , 0 . F... ' Q 5 L 'I ' "'. ,. ,. V' 9 N QU" Q , Q Q v o . . 1 - v' ' L -1' . '.. A . ' ' ' 1 l , ' - -I ' - :- -'ff 'LA 3 J. ' . ll , .. r Q 1 , 0 J s og I, . :K .f 5 J '- h. Q ' A . .1 2 J : A -7 l ' .I 'A '-' U A' -.. - 5 ,- . 1 ' .A "' '."7 '. .3755 . 'l' .. , , ga: " 4 J "LT ea' "V" D ra? '- , f , v . . .' ' -. 0 , , , . . , Q , . ,: ' . 1 "., A . . . It 7 1" . ' , Q ' ' -A ,L ' - L ' v I ' ' I A 'u , , 0 ' V, I. I. . N . Q ' . - -'J ' .4 , - 0 ,' . ' '. ' ' . . , . ' ' - ' . . ' , - " , n '- Q. ' s W .V H X-'I 'V v' X , -F - l' "fi, N '- 'Q D- . ' . I .- - .10 1 ' Q 4 4 45g o l- b .'l - ah ,A ,. " ' .'f 'V 1' 1 0 U: 553' . ' . 4l'- .' If b 0 u '. Y L o ' 'I' Y' , :I I av - 4 ' f. n . , ' ., , , .- .. , . - 0. ' , 0 Vx .4 A t - 'Y 'M 0 1 ' ir t 5 ., .ig , vb ' ' V' ,:'4 1 ,. Q - 0 lol," --v A - -0 .v 1, .A. Q x -J , . 5 . . ,- Q.. ' s ..-mlm . an . f-:-19 I ,, v I .N .4 I I... A nl ' 'rl . t .JQO - A .1 a .D .A . .A L 27, 'I ' 4 , -ifl' I A,-'D A4 f -" ' - V 1. , '..'t - fv,f.-I", -1 I . "' , f'ua' " .v ' -1- - .. b -4 .- f s ', - 1 -. , Q . . . , A BQ ., ' .I .r.1 ' on Q 0 o L ' AJ. 4 r Y 1 ' Q .4 5 x 5 U . 4 C 'i f 1' ' ' 'N v ll .wg rr ..'n . 1, ,' , r. . ' . , - , -..,. ., , I Y -- - ., J, . . p, ., Q 5 , 4- . :' . 4 1 .-1, -fi - - .v -A - Q 4- . . a .' ..4Q 5 ..- 9 Q . 6 o . . , H A.. L -', ' .., .020 cw :1 ' '. s r ' Q. fva If -A .54 v' YL . Jw' !', i5',zt.s. 'wn9. A V. ".u ' - ,- A .Q 'w - I if Q ' , . . . "'."- ' . '.. Qi' . .f -" .:"-v - " "3,'...7' -N , ,x -. 4 Op 'n--' Q' '-, 'Q' . ly' gl' ' ' u , '-Q . -'- ' . .f'7 . A -A u 'Q 0 '.- .I .V gf,-' ... .K , . 4 ' ti ,. . ,in -11 ' . - - ' ' - ' - X ' Q o v ' ' , . 5' 0: 4, k 4 4- ' 4 n. 5 ' l,- . ' A .. - . . ..4 . 9 n . o ,' ' 9 , Y . , 4 V - 4 J L ein , .tl ,E 'I 'fl' 'f . ,:. I I . v . A ' -J 0 , Q V s x - .. I. :zAg-. qqfx. . J , -'- I A .. . , 0 - -" ht l "'. " ,.-1' x .5 Aal, f.',... X' irolkv, 4 ,I A., ,qv rr, ,- ssilh, A' fr-' , 5 Q . , . '. ' s n ., ,ax Q.. - '. . . .. . . ' ' . ' A ' x . Q . W A ' . . 1..- li rv , in . , ' .' L. . i-A -- ' ' . ' 4' . , - - - - ,V W. ,,, ' v'U 'nn ,Y ,ID . ., Q Q ', . .S - 'J px- L' - -' -.K-. rf- . - ' .1 V ". .- - ' f - D- ' .-Q 5,-1 " A. 'A ' t -Q . f - '. ,- 1 1' . - ' Q . '. ,' ' . ' ' .I -.- A o 1 4 - .v 1 . . . 1 s O 4' I . . . . ' - to C 5 o 9 in all . I . Q C1 . ' ' may 1, u - Q o v he .55 0 . . ' KK - Q ru. rp' .., 1 ,' . -. .'. o , .- s 1' . . ' f D.-'21,Lfs.j,e-'-, . 4-uf . Q- , v- J-. A-1 H14 ' ' Q g.f' --. ' ul, Qt'l 5 Q s 'N .C-X . ,fifgib ' Lf !' ,s4,:,'. 4 .' - ' ' Q , '.,,,CA ,.J, ' 8':',.f ,A 1'-15" ?4 4,-HJ.-f. gf. "' Fsua, . ' . -.r .--r rf? of . ' 4 ' , A vw .- s 5. O 'I - Q V N 4 U' - ' ' 1 5 4 Y .- '- .1 ' ' xY'f'T ' 4 ' Af, 'il 1. :' ', nn, Q ,HO-4 -Lt sy ,rx 4. V. 1, I-J' gxvfw, 10 Qjvfx' '. .. . 4 4 . "'1fZ'.f,5 fl' Y, F.: -I ' -1 I-: v X- 1, ' 4 0- 1 Y-,. . J., . , , . , 1 ' ' ar U BI 4' .'1 'W' . Q' , s Qs . . ' J Z' dl, . ff' .. A 1 v 'n - v s ' ' . N . .4 ., - ' , 4, '. .4 gf.- .i. 4 'fn , 7 ,f , . . N. ' - 4' .,' r' ' ' 1 f' , p.-I . f ,J , vf N- - ,'r .' - , V .A ve. 0 .. -- w . . 'M '. ' "H ' - . I -" ' ' Mg .- -S' A .' , Q ' 'Q -' ., " ' , . A. - - ,fI,. . K t I, ' . ' . . ', , V b 'Q' J' - T F Ltr 1.1 I v. W Lf' sf ' 4,--Q ' fi Q N U, ' . llc 1 q. , . ' ' . , ' ,- ' ' ' , '.' , ' H' "1 1, .-' 'L . ll' I 1 n. 9 , ' . ' " . -. .- , - ' - A u ,pw I, '. .Y Q 1 1 ' ' V 5 4 V . , A, 1 in ,:- '. . . .- , .. , ,J , , -h .I . .,, . , , , A. ,W 1 ,, 5-5--J I v ., 4 . AN 5 h ll x -v r - -- V -' "" . 'LG ' " ' 1"-A . V .J I ' -. ' .-.A.'G:'v -1' f- ff' q . , 4 . A L . ' 1 E r Q ,U o o 'g' .3 K A ' 'X 14' I.. . 5" ..o 4, ,-4 H In '- Q 0' , ' " - , - gl . ,..' .ff 4. I - - , .. 'gf' . , '+I ,' ar ' . 1' '-- v I .- '. -'- o, 'TQ A ,-' ,L A.-' ' " A o x 2 " ,-, 35. . 'I f- ' - -, A 1 A- 5' ' Q 19 ' I . N ' . ' . 0 ,' L -I. 'y 1 "' , H ' , 0 I '- -, -,A . ,JJ b ,a fs- , , -. - .- '- '. 'A' '. . 1. ' ' v 5 1 4 ' ' 4' v 4 o . ' 'uit - .. . ' 1 V 1 . W , fi t r. Q L Q 0 v O "l5 T5 1 I l v gg 2, - 'pi 4' '.rg1f.h-myifxwgwptavrg1mv ov- L X55 -' ' , V-Qi: Tnfgizlihvoffll,3'.f41.l'fm'it,i,gnie!:1ljn'i il3f 0 ,, 5 s I K,-. - QQ! :gy Q .IQL V5 " aiw,+a,mRf6yf vDA . 0 I 1 ' u - ' I , , 4 V .5 . ' 1 f 4 - , - ' . i . i ' V if F' - a hh' -3 ".5136t u1Q3a3fgu'i'N1u3ob 1rEblQwiw-QQpithy milf: K , ' . . . Q A 44 I '. . . . - , . ' ' ' . . ' . L l ' 'v - C, ., . ' . .' .".'1K' V, .'- ZF: ' Y ' ' li ' ' - -f ,' ' - 445852'-v"-Elnfiit--i-r'ir-A52-fi':RH-.yirgn521- '5'Q:14n'Q:15'b-in-.16 41 ' - sk 3' ,A "' .I ' 'iff' 'fl QC' 'gf ' N- 'QL-.-,J - .g . STL, -- , . '- "f 5, Y. 1 , . .1 4 ' ' I ' l v . 'I - I 5 : I: a ' 4 i -H lr , v A 1 It 4 I P4 I , I ' I ' " i' I 1 fa " I 1 " 0 , .4 Q . ' Z' , 5 . 44 . 'o A . . . 1 V . .2 , 5 0 3 'A 'Lf ' fag -- :'l f r '--Z' --a .' y Q." "J Vw' I ri " 0 ' ' ' 4 v' V 'G 3.11, Q. 1 '4 '.- V . fy .'j -, . .-'l'. 1 'I' v 0 O: ny ,iq 4 tw ,rvi ,V 1 F! 4-.L' 0 nf ' ' I: at ' o O .au ro -1 u, LQ.-'jx . wifi . L-, ,',"' ,, . 1 .. u . v -,, - ,. ,,' Q , , - '.".'r lv I . I 1 , ' y L " fp 'y ' 0' f. , A. . . 2- " .-.wi .I 4 by' . x ' 0 J - . .- - U A - . ,. . - , V ., Q A.A-'4-A 'J .',.l! 51' - AR Y1- . ' Y . . - r . L -- - :wi- w+.' - ' ' ' r' " f' :fi ' ' ' - - '. ".'-"1"1" ' '. f"",2"'1 'J A .fn Q ,1:'a7l.., 1' It . . : -Fd ,. 341 J., V H!-Q Qipivg-f,!'gQI3fu4fgm,lfAl,1.1jl1F,QEig IVV .-l,'E1,e..':.a.,1x. , 's '- - A ' 'v A ' I I I. " 1 ' ' ' N A ' . QA , , SF.1f.l'l"4A 7 ' - 5 O I . l 'v ,1 Y Q .H .' 1 ' ' ' . 4.4 . ' ' si Y t 4 o " I . ' , . . , Q N , Q . -. . . I 4 1 v A . n A . . , ' W , ' Q AMVIH A , gfllg 1 ' Q ,in xi-is iyi-ig'if1g.UipDvi1gngf.enf,ru,.1s,Nq4,i..t'l'gv - - 9 A x I - u.: s g ' '- if ' 'X 4 ' , ,IT v f' ' ' ' ', . ' ' S 'd nl l-"f . 1" aff' .", , , , 4 . ' ' ' I ' Y ra v D 3. 71 ".A"":-, 1 Q' ' 'RIM ,f','m,"lmirfv vq1 -Q u . A 0 .1 all 'Q Q f x. 5 --'X .ii.1-x I .Q . LJ v-' ,I , .V-,I lvl' ll.:-an ' 'sq .nQ. 'Aa I- ,"v.! V .. .' . bk t 'd r 'K h'-5.25. b Q . . A- o 4 V I ,Y ' 0 h ': .t . , 9 . , , 551 ,1l:'f' 4: 5 . 'uni .'. ' 0 Q 'IV' Y T' ' .I fl 1 kgf, . . O Y 'JA . ' I ' ' O N I. : V-- O 1 ll.. qi. . ,Q A 0' 'sff Q O 'o ,1. ' ' Y' Q" A' . , , . ' - 1 I , . ,1,-- 1, 3,1-. , ..11y- .-,,f, , ,H .' ... rl . - . . - mi 'ur .-'vf nn"4 -1 f'-- V - ' . H, ' 14 3' ': .' 1: ':"f'f-U?7f':"." 'fft"3Lff'u r. c Q ' f 9 V Q t ' , I O Q Q A 4 0 4 o ' 4 ' . 5 I I 4 f, . o , 1 u . x ' -Qmslf 'Mi wi'-N' 'fi' ' 'mffid afffw ff c-1655- Q' n. sjj1'am iw? TW' Qf1'fW'f 5 QYGW H'VlC :wmmcf 'lmde' :fha-'15 f f - pw' Jail-T ' i' v HW4 'M U Q-30 ff'-5 . D .b .gf -ff.-fe .i f M aug :wer 'rt' fix , .fi I ,I V ' :fi Q, ff N iff" sw'- ' lm' A ffl- ,io ., K ' C v X94 h-ld ,gtz.'!A': UH. g A 14 -' j, i- .' ,"'jlz- - g5 HL ,I Q' ,iff- .. A 7' . . Af,vF""'w5:3"a" fr'-5' D ,--W" ali' gy "Q',.b'b, ,gf ,,ip3,' pf"f'Iy5,n' , ,,'4Tl j+ " ' ' '1' TE-Sff' 'iQf,v f M Q9 W? 'WM 'k.'iwv5'?gff" gwf4' ' ' fr' WED .5 . P- g J V 4... iq 4271 ,. M My AMF. di W 51 1 LL Q 'WW S Q W 5 gf , Y- ' do Q 1 , , Q . , , . , Q ,' ' I. 1 , ,Ai . r ' ' 't .. . , . 'QI , , V ..v . . '4 . . in '.' V . g- ?f"' .' ' 4 ' 4 ' ,-a - Q .l ,, . . . in The olossroom Dim - -- ... on the field MOV Q 'g3ff'iU? ' 'nm 61:31 194' 21 Q-A mia-n WE DID IT . Q' 1986 TALCDN VOLUME 25 Frorik VV. Cox High School 21125 Shorehoven Drive Virgimio Beooh, Virginio 2311541 11Ur.:'.:a-rr If nifr X X V C 0 K X T7 if fs reQQ4i13i4fifi,gMi5Xs4b!Q XXX xxx 'sir' Slq f JP fx Q Q Q' 0 'D f TX T-QQ XFN' BUXCX xx FQ, Oy xv xsx . 6 Q6 if sg I Q 50 H53 QSX.XfrLXKQ ,BL C f NW5 s Xxf? ' NS .sa CQ 'Ubi ewsm 5 se srsserssvr s45J49r7wffeD XJ 76 Q rs euvrr N IN as Wxrjidg egg e667 ry TSX rfx OWL' x,, , - ss Trmerruerv erags ss Exesrrsmees We heve Iehe-esTeelishee ourselves erhehe eer eeers es e eeeieeTee sreeehr eeev, e rele which vve heve esserhee vviTh eriee Cer eerhrhiTrhehT Te ex- eellehee vves ereveh nh ell Treles - eeeeerhre eThIeTre erTrsTre ehe veeeTreheI Belhe e Feleeh nh eluees The eehTrheeTreh eT Trrhe heheree TVOCTITIOVWS ehe IU ell TheT vve uheerTeek vvheTher nh eless euT ef eless er vvrTh eless vve gimme Te sfey TheT vvrTh Trees O sgwiswrysiqj of , P u XX , 5,.5f,,flbss Wf,gM Wes X We ww f3S?g1?.Zf3 f5353sO5 ev OOMSY 5750! w'3Q:9"' ,- 2 I Opening e'QQugUw- X , SOI!-L J mpg -4 mu frm 11+ L 'CLK LLkL CO' L T c prcusmn nn hun IC 41"- Z ff - F775 .. .., 1 - f-I gf.. LM! IL aJh IUJIJ X , x h 1 II I Il C 0qllL'llL'N 5 ,, Nun I.unlu.npuuy rlnlmmw Ihr cnll.n l ' x shares. 4. . N ,x. ,R K X X' 'K+ QC KNCLL5 ,QJQQ PL C11 nm 4-L-pw ' N DQLLLUZ J EIQLLSQQHK VQLLQ CL, ULLQCQ F-2u50fW Qiiwqccm. ,jd iw :QQ 40 1 N pq ngug ucv-Lui L J Owl C1 fbuxplll skmvfm Q L lkhc ur-md cruph .us thc lL'.llll sk I W' HUlllL'CUIlllll!I LQC1- 'CYW'LQ Y A x U1 wcnmg 3 .lik ' a O U Q H4 1' , , I I . f-dxf . 'V u '55, L QQ 'K - :wg u ' if x 5 'A X N. 5: x s l ' , . 4' L i : - -rx ' ff! f " .A f .- Q 1 ', .1 - iff I v 1 1 L . I 1,- 1 I f I gl r- AA X I N-f f I Jw 5 X A V 1 A 'v I N 2 O V " -'X - T U K J' 4, -iv ,V 1 , fy xr 6X I X . l V .fd N N as J Af- - x ' ,Y-IJ wfv - ' lv X C1 f rf ..f vj 9 M X' nc kk X I: fd! X Q' Ty x 9 Jfx X I-SI X O 'A J vv V '. rr -5' A A- I' X i XJ gy I , r-'V I, Cru vb yd' ,P ,A X I Y ,U V S J I : . J ' V Vg If if A J If' I FJ J f , r -Q . ' ' CQ' Cf' f' NX 1 - xx - Rf? M uvx 1 pf C ,,' xi! V V f 'X J X x ,J4 I I by P J . J I' ." ' -f .N V ff . - JJ XX F lg if L, I "I, V JJ J -5 I xix I' I I. r 'rl , QL I V' - ff x as I , J X 1 off as :TVA f To if I 'V' 'JJ fi ' fc' 9 J Vs! .- V ...I X ff' 1 X , T . A I, 4 U X" f yi ,. B! X av ' -1 ' V' x XI' f? v ri 0 ' T' . T' J ,T , ,N 1 kj f Jn ECL!! N 4 T ,Ky I VD x V FV I VS if' V7 A fx of y , U-J-'X' ,X V cfm "Xb IX7 4 X-:V iff 'SI' IGTVTLI I " KI! fix" ff-7 7 1' ' ' in J X V f -'B O V 1, 'xxx 3 'XX ff' JV K' X " of NMC!" I , . , V .. v "I V' - 5.40 LC' N V. . K 1" way O Z f HJ Je, as ' rf if U ' I I JJ' fi C Dyrrf f, xr' 6' ,jfs xkfb US -- X "' , While The Tried ohd True TrodiTiohs were oh essehTiol oorT of our veor we odded our owh Touches ohd seT hew sTohdords Tor oThers To Tollow Never before hos There USED such o deep pride omohg us Never oefore hos such soiriT overwhelmed us ohd hever before hos There oeeh such uhnv ohhohg closses os we worked To rhoke our exoeriehces The oesT The veor wos soeciol rhogicol somehow ohd oll loe couse I0 our uhrdue slvle we did TTI I 4 u 1 I I I - I u I I I I I I n I I 1 C'lllI,,.x"i,' X.,-' ,'.,,.I . .,,l 4, -is , I I I. , . . s H I I. I I I . ' ' I 'I I x J I I 'A K Th I A .- ' . T, I T , I , ' . - x' I I Iuuim I I I prilml I I umhln I I I Wmnny I I 5 I I ' . ' Im! 'N I I I I 'Opening I 5 . . . BEYOND BUCKS AND CLASSES High sehddl ifs hef jusf d euildihd, Of TGXTOQQRS dhd fesfsg iT!S d wdy ef frfe, dhd whdf d frfe rf wds fhrs yedrl We decked fhe hdfls dhd decked def fer dhy deedsfdh, We dressed duf dhd dressed up dhd we eduld hdve ddheed dfl hidhf. We were Hdlfdwe'eh rhdsks dhd fdee rhdsksg dhd rdih Of shrhe, sleef dr shew, eveh hdrriedhes eduldhf sfde Us We WGN dhd ldsfg we fddk rf QU fhe ehih d few firhesg lduf fhrdudh if dll we cheered. Life wds d hedehg dll fhe wdrld wds dur sfdde, dhd we edeeed if eff ih edes dhd ddwhs ih dur dwh ihirhffdhle wdy, we did if! ' !'!y Semor Jeni Wailes says. "Not while l'm Al orientation. Pam Brien. Julie Moore. H S eaung! to her hoyfnend. Dave J0hnS0fl, and Mnke Page explam dlfferenl areas of involvement. 6 X Student Life JT1. . X, 1,5-' QJ"' , ' Al Homccunung, Ihr: l..nlm Vluh nncunhcu Vvnmlsuxlmy un Ihr lux ax .1 p--pub.: Xkmm-1 .fr I mlv Nm lux kdix XMIM Cillllv. saw .md wnqucrcd .ns lhcy I-fuk .n p.nllnnc .mm ' second planes: III Ihr: ihml mnupcnlmn In :umm Nludunlx ww I rrluw lu rr--xx up . Sludcnt l.il'c 5' ' J ..-.lj . .vi-1 ....- N- 7 "tl l ififriwif 'ze -- . .345 -e l-it .f,S'-'El' 'i J' .11 n-' r R' .hro.-A :lunar .vs - ,.. . 4 . .al - -i 14:13. -ln ' r E 'U-' 'aux E. . Q- ' Q Graduation is indeed an overwhelming sight, illustrated so iff 52 well in this bird's-eye view. 544- ez ized d ::' s gre, -ai..--.' ' ",........" ,,,-," ....." Cox had two valedictorians and three saluditorians in the Class of '85. Tom Smith, one ofthe valedictorians, gives his address. .5517 ' N ' ' ' f ' ' . ..... . , .xr 4 " 4-. " ' ' ' - . you . -4-.. q,S.- .-.- . x.,.,-,W - -.. Y ""' 'li I:-3: -... YZ . """-T--jx . 1' 1- - -1 , - lv: -. --1 -. Q i- ' '-'--A ....---- , ' Q -.1 i: ' ' -' - K' . - . ,ff A A -11:1-ov , 1... .-1-.-.-. . -:L - :.--:iz ------- ---M e --v-V 7--:.4:-.- -.1 - - - - , A V -Q ,V .,. ... .,, ,, -N U in --5--W Q- -ul i-..-,..... .'I':i,:.""-' 4,-3---gg- --1 e -J -- -., . --1..'.'.' L :'1g,,, - 3- ' " 'fi' :L---in -, -2 ---.....-..r g-. .- .::"f.. ' 3 - -- - -.-. ...-V- TLTT:--' .',4. hh . """'- ---vw - .. -, , ' h3:-uiaES-"""""':1"""""'-..""'---1-t-----Q.4 -I ....,.' '- ilu..-eulns...ii l 24 ..... 4'--'!- TT Lil' .- ' "fi gi' 124'-' - -1 .5 'ia -aff-:Fin .,,,,.. no -I" -xiii' -JAAM , ' - Q J GmdIlHwS'Leann fCypbe:s' ' lighter side of icommencerdehi- 8 l Student Life il el Ll . Y 0 - f-JI .. s It the Qtr dust the End eginnitng? lt is the end. the end oftwelve long years oi' has been 'Mom and Dad's choicef and now hard work and dedication. lt is the end ot' it's mine. Now l'm the one who is responsi- cramped and crowded locker areas . . . the ble." Kelly Wilson. another senior. is wor- end of in-school suspension and hall passes ried in another w ay. saying. "l'ni afraid l'll . . . the end of 6V:-hour school days and lose contact with iny friends. Everyone is green parking slips. lt is the end of high going to be scattered apan. and it'll be difti- school footballgames and dances. . .the end cult to stay in touch. l don't want that." of Homecoming floats and spirit week . . . However. to some. graduation will come as a the end of powder- 1,, relief. as retlected in puff football games this comment made and championship "Up until now it has been'Momand Dad's by senior Bobby wrestling matches. lt choice.' and now it's mine. Now l'm the Brown. "l just can't is the end of what has one who is responsible." wait to get out?" often been temied as - Andrina Tavenner However intimi- "the best years of Class of '86 dating graduation yourlifef' It is grad- may seem. though. uation. the beginning it Graduation is very symbolic in that it is an rept-gggntg must be kept in mind. Mans ofthe end. yet also serves as a beginning. Although graduates will be attending Colleges: others it is looked forward to. it is sometimes also will be going directly into their occupations. dreaded. "lt scares me that l'm not quite sure Whatever the choice. graduation is thg begin- where graduation will take me." reveals ning of what you want your life lu be, senior Andrina Tavenner. "Up until now it 'I Thel I 9I!llIBf vinlhellnelfmm hlloldl .i,al2'.'fG.. .t.,'l..t'3"ti.. lim. "' Student Life i' 9 . 8-is-H - 4 I I , i , . f. . , . I -1- tl l. in -'I-A A U IF-.gm 'qw V :iz V 1 N W' ""' ' -' .- ' t if av Quay, Su ri? All Day , I . -. h fb g I , 17 2 ,gkbgtyv lf' , 'ii l With the advent of spring, student's relaxation, there was controversy over thoughts tum towards the beach. Favorite whether or not 4x4 trucks were allowed to Nile' -. '- stomping and surting grounds were the well- drive on the strip. Despite the united protest 1 I' , . established 83rd and lst Street territories, by the truckers, the ban was not lifted. " " ' ' V - - - 51 where on any given sunny day you would find The summer's activities peaked in the final 1 E 'I p , ,. .I . i l e S U n g . bil.: A I V. A tl'-'j s- - -i I e . 53- ' - . . ' 'ti A .,'-.Ill 1 ' ' V f - 1 ' '. v Y ' - 77' fVmch'n5 when ?urf "I think it's amusing to give incorrect with She East Coast lc --- .' 2 -.15 3--5,-" , mg' talkmg' Of amp' directions to tourists " Surfmg Cham' ' t'if'1f3 'fx "'7-'ff-5.5 J 1? '- . 't - ffl' Tv ' ly basking in the sun. ' pionship. This is an i ."'-3'-'f . 'I . - Steve McNaughton . . . I .-1-51,-L, -8 ' .' Many of the locals , annual competition, , ,221 . , - .. . . Class of 88 i Q., e Q. -G-. 53545 enjoy mocking the the longest and most 1 ' 3 jg, 1 ,ig -K lwuqxif.. tourists who invade ll'i prestigious of it's 1. fl -T? ff,'fF2'f,Ej'mf'51d'.i' Y' the beaches every summer. When asked his kind. E.C.S.C. meant something different to 7 ' i ff-!Q'4',"i 1- U opinion of the tourists-, Steve McNaughton all who attended. Senior Michele Criscione 2 -,L :'f.-.1,.'?i'ffQ51'3,f-.4i' It X " I replied, "I think it is amusing to give incor- said, "E.C.S.C. was like a smorgasboard of ' ri L Rf' Q7 V W , ,I . . . ,, H I' ' '-1' f':U1'Q.v-1 ' rect directions to tourists. guys! Ci . ' - " , I ' 1 Although the summer was mostly one of For the Falcons, life is a beach. . HI QQDPU ' V-4 Scoping down the beach, Holly Bivins and Tracy Black Surf shops suchas 17th Sweet cater-to theuniquestyleofitllg p check out the guy situation. 10 1 Student Life locals. ' ln. A ' A -4 i Y i i r P Fife" T 1'4r"",. -'ffl' Y .ff -ff W ,rx- ,bf,f',f. Y. E ,f 1 ' 91's-NHT' t ' -' " .figff ' A ' L--4? f-ri .L Q U , ' .j-il: .- In J-,,j,j. ,iii . nv , Q Pd,- , -. val'-A 1 X, W . 'rj sf. I a tfiif' I S INI SHDP 5' T, fvfifdge' . fFa.r leftj Taking off on a left. lk., 'mares to slash! If I If ,, , f xp' -,O . , .gs Seen at a Falcon hangout. 83rd sm-ct . Stephamc Ruhdenbuq: catches some rays. Falcons Jimmy Copeland tmiddlc lchl and Peck Flemtng tmiddle rightl sprv.-ad their wings and catch some an at their favorite sports. A local tradition. Pete Smtth's Surf Shop meets thc needs ol' the surfers. llbetaups a pot ofgold can he lbund at the end ol that ratnhuw. l l Student Life X l l '11 Trick-or-lrealers Anna Vila. Molly Whelahan. Caddy Wood. Kelli Malloy. and Mike Davis seem lo have found a pany brewing in the neighborhood. ll seems that Kevin Ellis' costume is a bit lu-lu bizzare! i i ' Q M M 1 1 1 l 1 l l Q l I P, Q '71 ,I Q -, X X - O Big Bird. alias Jennifer Lucas. asks if Greg Super. Denise Mickelson. and Paul Doyle can tell her how to get. how to get in Sesame Street. I2 I Student Life Ubi' .. 1 V all Yi-v-1 i1"'IuulJ ' .iff 1-L.' 'T V . 13' Y fr. x .,, , Q 4 2 I V "K. ,fs f a s ,QT- ,.-4 , x o 1 Q D ' X N f K N1 1 We S 5 I f ,A S ,x VD' .. .As -' ,J +1-as lk 19'-P KX -'v,- -Qg11"Q 'P11 l U l' l As she does every Halloween .loeel n Coaltle waits in . . . y , . y ' ' anticipation for the Great Pumpkin. - 1 ' 1 " st x Halloween brings out the best of Mandy Tavares and Brigid . 4. Ay Brinkman. of Q 4' V Q t , 7 V x U' s .. is,, I 440. i.P K I u - 4 v U. llsssifs . 'ao' Y ash i o L' iff. ' All Hallows' Eve lf' , f I r and... ---, - Q S9 !.Mu1t.ill., if it ill..i.1'Ql lf apt: if ' , i I ls O L. -fe lt was a storybook Halloween: a dark and whoever or whatever you want to be." 16 rainy night with enough chill to tingle anyf- Another trick-or-treater was oyerhead to say. vi. ' one's spine. Though dismal to a few triek-or- "lt's fun . . . the pumpkins. the costumes. I , treaters. some spirits soared on All llallows' still get excited and l'm seyenteen!" ' - ' Eve. '- T1l' The spirit shown A Cltlwtl Ut' lwu "Il'5 lhg one lime gll yg-gr long when ,'0ll hy llLllltNt.'Cll NYC'- ' rutscd sinking spir- can be whoever or whatever you want to ers was summed up 5 its. and heroes saved be." by sophomore Nancy the night from witch- - Molly' Whelahan Moore. "lt's lille es and other ghouls Class of '87 mailmen 'neither lurking in the shad- ram nor snow nor ows. ""'-l-" dad. ol' night' eould Molly' Whelahan. a junior. commented. keep these trick-or-treaters home ou llallo- "Ilalloween's my tayorite holiday heeause weeu night!" it's the one time all year long yy hen you can he Student Life I I3 wereidressed in .fringe-,lm 4 seniors anI't."'1L-tor., h df?-og Copeland took rtliefwordl f"flapper'i' wings fand bealcs. 'them first place, I 1gto.rPh'il Gram and' galhia- Claus 'rubbed Madonna, while Moll!!! Theresa. ehattedi Spirit "1WithlM5iekey and 'Minnie Mouse. lt wasn't an Halloween though: it was Hero Day, aniQ1Surena Fazeli-Martin took first 'place as -die--peaee.iayang-.Ghandi of india. The clock was tumed back on Thursday as thelschodl became a day care center. Many of 'ithe more daring students came to school with ,teddy bears, pacrliers, and animal slippers. lt fwasflcittle 'Kids Day'. a day that means wear- tlllgiiht latest in footypajamas to class. Senior Kelllywilsori stdle first with a freckled smile. ' - As .tradition ,dic- tates, Spirit Week' week l have seen . came to a climax - Anne Rammell 4 qchssof ,86 Day, .when every loyal Falcon wears I green andsgold. While most people simply wore clothing in our colors. a dedicated group of students even went far as to paint their hair and faces green and gold. Catherine Esau, a junior, outdid the rest, however, and won first place Friday. According to many, Spirit Week '85-'86 was the 'best ever. Sophomore Amy Spencer noted, 'fffhe students showed so much enthu- siasm- and originality. " Senior Anne Rammel said, "This was the best spirit week I have seen- since Ii've been here!" :I ll Glitter and fringe galore was the result of Spirit Week s Gangster and Flapper Day. Catherine Esau shows here fashion sense.on Green and Gold Da. . P D with Green and Gold- ,v N 1 I Far iight. the lst place French Club Float said. "Oui. out, oui." to the judges decision! No wall flowers here. Senior Homecoming Court are lfroni left to rightl Shannon McLeod, Rachel Atkinson. Missy Tourgee. Susan Wood, and Brooke Townsend. Freshmen: Diana Vann, Leigh Mazach Sophomores: Cathy Long. Melinda Foley Juniors: Kim Haynie, Kari Broocke ff sf"-ly S 16 l Student Life .., " Above, Kathy Grabinsky crowns Rachel Atkinson ming Queen. as escort John Schultz looks on with pride. Right, the mighty Falcons made Cox when they defeated the Kellam Knights at Homecoming. they 13 To 7! i U lyfxfx y AMG yep, Erwin fy l ft lwlornectai Y CHN vga lt was October Zlst. otherwise known as College Day. and it was the beginning ot' one of the most spectacular weeks in Falcon his- tory. It was the beginning ot' the 1985-86 Homecoming Extravaganza! Homecoming kicked-oft with what be- came a five-day costume party. preyiously referred to as Spirit Week, Hundreds ot Fal- cons dressed up to show their spirit, Next came the famous 1985 Home- coming pep rally: "lt was the best pep rally Cox High has seen since my coming here in l979." exclaimed a proud Principal Lottie Waters alter the eyent. The Falcons blew the roofofl' the gym during the class cheering competition. ultimately won by the seniors. There were other class competitions. too, like the banner contest twon by the sophomoresl. spirit links twon "lt was the best pep seen since my coming by the seniorsi. and relay the yiuniorsi. Nlost iiiip.-1.1119 pep rally got not :tisz tg' psyched. but the rest oi me As a direct result or tlic t,:.t: siasm ot' the Cox tans. lite lr.1L,.t s the Httlsl exciting Iootbali gd ' tory. .-Xt halttime. the score was F It lpXl.t't W5 Rae: .- Xtlt " ir ' Q . - l.,Nt ,, N 1 rally Lux High has h ' , 1979 ,, crowned llt-:iii ere in tt, 6 t ine Queen tor lvxf, - .0 lt: aers ' , ,, P , , I .ind the lrencn t nit' rincipa won tiist plat e in the tlo.it .oiiipetitioii tLatin club came in second. Senior Class in thirdt. Then the heated play was restiiiied H.-Xliltf the PCP tally. Q ttrtwrzt was psychedf' replied senior qu.irterb.ielt lim Bruniclt. "lt really made .i ditterente in the way we played " The Iin.il result LUX OVER KELL.-XM. li to " 'ik .14 3' .ie Student l.il'e l f "86" Turns Ilear lliary. You xxouIdn't beliey e the meredible time I had .it Ring lianee last night. I lelt like fm- derella .is I stepped into the limousine. my date .ind I looked so elegant. He bought mea xy rist eorsage ol pink roses that matehed my satin hoop dress year!" perleetly. Six ol' tls yy ent on a triple date. Iiirst for a eandlelight dinner at the Lighthouse and then to the danee at the Hilton. 'I'he mood was lestiye. and the DJ. played the best songs from "Missing You" to "Roek Lobster". "lt was the highlight of my junior I was really nerxous vihen my date and I had to walk aeross the bridge and reeeive our rings. And. Diary. he kissed me in lront ol everyone! I was so embarassed! We left a little early and went to some hotel parties to eelebrate the arrival ol' our rings. and then we - Paul Robertson began the goal ol' turning them - 86 1llI'I1X.' We capped off Class of '86 the evening with a long walk on the beach and breakfast at Poppies. It all seems so unreal today. but I have my new class ring. a sign of twelve years of hard work. to prove that it was more than a sweet dream. LD -X beaeh landseape and multieolored ballrooms brighten Ring En-roy ing the relaxation or a slow dance are Ryan Matyas and I7anee's atmosphere 18 ! Student Life Amy Boren. " I . . .I- 'fi Q.-O' I C'-fi 'cf ' A -, ,, !f4f 492547 if , CY' C' 1 X 4- qrf I , --1 2 ff,7- "A,-Q. 'Y fcf? !Zff.:1v,', ,dy f, ff" R1r1gl7,1r1,g-brwu lin if .' .- 'N 1 .IN N1 .nay X-rflcrx ,L-'wr Z.gyI7,L ,, 'L Nb X N K TX I I l.nk1xxg.nlm'.nn Yu-l1x.l.1:1.nr,' Va. ,J H L ' 4 Uurmi X1 RHI! lfnrlu Nhv- K --x NN!-.nh li., X n 1 L xt Lan' .1 N5-um --xx Un .1.m.Q 'ww Llclll l IIC IW 4,3 U P R V I Y I Student Life LORIR ,f-pil'-di-. Left: Glona leaves her mark on rhn oucanrrom mop Below: Discussing the emmmcnl dcfuucuon ol' thcu' pre- cious school are Sarah hhvflglll and Ted Traoclslcud ,--,-,,.,i.-- P- ' ,,.. 5 fi.. A1 PN' . ,fd 34. , Q .Sf Lcfl -rn.. - Above llurmnnnc Ulorm look 400 Iccl ol lhc lim on-cl pn-r her as xhc pmscd lhrough lkspllc hclng movcd lo hlghcr ground, Ulorm xnll found thus hohnc ull on Vhnukk hcnuh fuk Hurricane Watch Upon yyuklng on lhuryduy. Scplcmhcr 26th. pcrhupx you rose lo Luuru Brauugunk lunc "Gloria" being hcllcd oul on ycycml flikllll slunons. On lhc way lo school .md m lhc hulls hopclul yyhrspcrsolmllcy. m.1yhcyyc'll gc! oul curly hccuusc ol' Gloria" yycrc cycry- yy hcrc. Who or what yuh Cilor1u1'Why mn yhc CLIUNIIIIJ .all thc com- mol1on'.' Cilorm hap- pcncd lo hc Ynrgnuu llcuchk yyorxl hurrlc.mc lllfCLil m ycgars She mn on hcr yyuy .md Bcnuh rcyndcmy yscrc gclnng rcudy lor hcr Wnndoyu yycrc mpcd amd PLIIIUICN wcrc docked lhc lmcy .nl lurm l'rcxh .md liclo yu.-rc phcnomcmal "Oh, what a glorious morning Purcmy lcgarcd hcr. but lullc ululdrcn dc lnghlcd m lhc huyllc .md huxllc .nnloyphcrc yhc gcncr.1lcd Wlulc PJYCIIIN yycrc croxynlg lhcnr lmgcrx m hopcx Ulorm would pdw qulctly. xludcms yxcrc crowning lhcu' Imgcry m hopes ol :naming .1 d.ny ol whool lhc llL'Xl d.ny ol whool yum m ',, dccd .'.m.'cllcd. .md ' xmdums .md lcdflmcry Jocelyn qoakley yycrc lrcdlcd lo .1 3 Class of 86 d.ly yxccl.cnd llhc uonx ol lhc m.1llcr xy .lNlll.ll.1llL'l .all thc hy pc .md irnglucn mg NNL'.1ll1L'l rcpor1y,LiIor1.ldn.l luiiv.l.uu.lg.' Ill gcncml ln l.l.'l. th.-ncx1d.ly lmncd om to hc .1 sunny .md hluc NhlL'xl onc' NN ho ..m lngurc lllh lxznln nudllm ' Student l,il'c 2 , ',. S 1 Ncplum'prlmcw, 5ux.nr1NNnmi.xl1mx N hcr bv.'.lUllIUI NIIIIIL' ll f INC nruxuix 7 '1 While NKAXlI1!IUlhC pcuplc. lhu xounu slrl drunnmx nl bc- wmung .1 llllllfk' Nim Ylfglllhl Iiclnch Pruudly xmxlrmg lhclr Hag, thc Naxgnl ,-Mr Rcxxurk Incl xhmx p.1lrluIm11 22 X Student Life lily K., 95 " Q 'Sax l.!' rv".."'f V L BeHCl'lf6St! '.tL,?f'7 if ,Q gig N i . Y., , , H I 1 A L sg li-jj :isis J a -,G a V , The Neptune Festival. beginning Septem- ber l3th with preliminary' events. was broken into two parts due to the much talked about hurricane "Gloria," Though the extremely' inclement weather put a damper on several events. it did not deter students frotn partici- pating in the festival through various school organizations. Concession stands Oceana Nay al Air Shoys. Although it rained during the air shots. the ysorkers remained undaunted by the yseather. A test students even ventured into the dost npour and acted as walking and talking advertisements tor their food. "lt was a miserable day. the business ysas rotten. and the air shoys vsas cancelled but. hey. eyeryone 'msd the "lt was a miserable day' . . . but. hey. Iqhuhualtdid bil the ' T 'S ' ' ' 3 , ,N an mu' 0 0 L' everyone who worked at the booth had a M J ' ' I Coffee! Popcorn?" filled the air. The Key Club booth. sponsored by' a local Kiwanis chapter. was manned by students from this school and others. blast! ' ' "l liked being able to help out and meet a few new people." commented Shelli Hunter. a recruited concession salesperson. The SCA had a food and souvenir booth on the boardwalk and a concession stand at the s is one thitken who wasnt alraid ot in-ple - Wendell Cosenza eoniniented Wendell Cosenza Class of .87 il' h e ss eek held seyefttl ey Cllls Ill store. namely the sandcastle contest. the surfing contest. .ind the great parade ot Ising Neptune and his princesses. one ot vs honi ss as our oss n Susan Wood. a senior So. as one can see. though the Neptune leesttyal got ott to a shaky start. in the end. niost ysould agree it yu as .t sue tess Student Life fl 23 Curtain Time! lhc lights at-nt on. .intl the ctirtains parted. yyere twists and turns in the plot. Barbara Allen lhe scciiery had .in eric aura yyhich set the was assaultcd.thus breaking heroath to be faith- stage tor leiincsst-Q XX illiams' play Dork til Ilia ful. She later died and John. according to the ll l'.f VI llic lllcse Pl.lIlN. under guide .incc ol N111 .lanics Ciairctt and fyiti Bill Hoyle presented the play in late Noyeniber to eager croyyds. lrieaturing Pat "This is the first production the new school has produced which made a profit." -- Allison Bloxsom Class of '87 arrangement. turned back into a witch. The play' proved a success. Due to a classic Williams play. portrayed in fine fashion by the actors, and eye Dooley as John. and Cheryl Rector as Barbara Allen. the play was a story of forbidden love, John yyas a yyitch boy who fell in love with Barbara Allen: he must become human to marry' her. but he can only stay a human if Barbara Allen remains faithful to him for a year. There catching scenery. the theatre was almost com- pletelyf filled, "This is the first production the new school has produced which made a profit. " commented student director Allison Bloxsom. 24 X Student Life .I if Above: Less than proud parents. Kim Hood and Matt Hayden sing a song lamenting their daughtcr's choice of a fiance. Righti An intense Pat Dooley played John in the fall play. P1 0 ary' V 4:- P 'Q Y, 1--, of I n I ,W ur, '- ' A P 1 .od xitlll Ilia Jw N," ol .-mfnw NMM NJalx.wk.'l K hrmx 5x'lx'lH1.lIIllllA'I .ami Ko'-'w l.r..' IVICNCIII :hu umrmm: xlmlvyx lo lhu Nllllllllg' Nh-. UI h.lI.1 X 5' Coaching thc junnolrs put John Duslln ut thc hclm. Scmor Lu Joncx hcadx for lhc goal wllh Kathy Slough ln hot pursun 26 X Student Life l i A D ' I ixhuxvai i , , POWder Puff 1985 ,.-,.L7 'f-,,,.Y, The big game . . . it was finally time. Junior and senior girls alike awaited this chance to take part in the annual Powder Puff Football game. "l couldn't wait to get onto the field to play." commented Kathy Crowder. Each team had the chance to strut its stuff on the field: they showed the guys how foot- ball should really' he played. Practices were held during one ofthe coldest weeks ofthe season. hut the thermometer rose to a toasty Stl degrees on the night of the game. Both teams were psyched and ready to play. the spirit was incredible. Banners covered the fence on the seniors' side while the juniors displayed "Tradition has it: Seniors dominate!" confidence by wearing t-shirts threatening "Seniors die in XS". Hoping for a quick game. the seniors scored a touchdown less than fiye minutes into the game The tumors. in re- taliation. soon scored a toucltdow n Julie M00 of their own lt was ' . re " ' i . d Class of ,86 hack and forth an the crowd grew tense near the end of the fourth quarter The seniors led. and the ,tumors had the hall. hut. alas. the seniors came out the yictors "Our awesome coaches. hard training and conditioning paid off? Tradmon has it. Seniors dominate?" exclaimed Julie Moore. an oby tous, ly excited senior team member . ' s TY - .. .Q ' ' - ' s . 'J I ,I. - i . -'55 - 'Xt the lint' ol sttittilti.iy't' I ll l't-nlati is te.t.Is tu yu A yo-nl .iltii is csseiitial to I tm Nkilsli -. tgti.nletlt.it Kina' 'K I' QW ""' I' 1 A-s ,'. . . . .. r , ,I Stlltiellt l.ii.C 27 Showing her Christmas spirit. Kathy Fosina attends the laeulty reception 1-wir 'Tis the Season ' , .,tt, .X I, A lltlltti' It ltltlte IHIWIIIIIS Dear Santa. I've honestly. honestly tried to be good this year, Ityiust does not seem to be my year though. I mean. I appologize for screaming at my new baby brother. tHe cries too much? Have you ever had to deal with a newbom baby while trying to write an essay for Mr. Lambriola's class'?l I'm also sorry about the time I "borrowed" Mom and Dad's car and totalled it. Well . . . I really wasn't in control of my faculties. What do I mean my faculties? Well . . . I mean I was sleepwalkingl Well it might have had something to do with the party I had while my parents were out of town. Maybe we were a little loud and rowdy. but at least we made the police work for wants." "l'm just an average teenager and therefore I only want the things an average teenager "2 N V7 U - their pay. So. you can see I'm just an average teenager and therefore I only Want the things an average teenager wants. Let me start with the small things and lead up to the larger ones. 1 - A small check for say a few - Nancy Moore thousand or so . . . , 2 - A complete Class of 88 high-tech stereo system. 3 - A 1986 candy apple red Porsche 944 Turbo! Ok, Santa, doesn't trying count for anything? By the way, if we happen to have any leftover Christmas cookies, I'll try to remember to leave you some. Otherwise, you and Blitzen can share a carrot. Merry Christmas! C J 28 X Student Life 4' fi Putting bells on her shoes. Amy Wilkins rings in the Christ- ITIBS SCHSOD. 7'-J Which rclndccr .uc you Sllllllg on SJIIIJR Lip. f'hflNlI!l.lN mxhcx Stun ull l lin ' 1 P 1-1 ,111 XX1U1.1111 X1. -. 'VJVW11 11, 111. I-'-.13Jl1x'. 11N.11.nl.11II1e ' 11, 11: i. I 1xYf if -Xhme Theeonee11lruI1u11ul Bully W1II1Q1111x can he xeen un 11x mee ..1xl1eNlr1xexlupcrleel hu xlull, 30 X Student Life Above: .fXli'l1rxslcrlla1ll. Paul Youm: mm: hu was mm the hcnrtx nt 11111115 Ahme. right: The world matches .ns Luxe Aldk Wembley f'lIlAlIC CIIIIIAIKCN mth "Do They Know IIN C'I1r1xl111uV' Right: The euneen h.1ll echoed wth the 111m1ng wundx ui A1115 fiflilll I 'Q 4,- Live As long as there are musicians. coliseums. touch." complimented Ricky lpngel. .1 sopigo- and music. there will he concertsi Hampton more Roads was lucky to host some of the years hest Lndouhtedly the concert ol the year, lo e .Xid shows, such as Phil Collins. Amy Grant. Tina Turner. Sting. and the Romantics. "Amy Grant was -- greatl She really got the audience to come to life?" commented "Amy Grant was great. She really gut the audience to come to life!" Diana Class of '86 lcaltllcel UXLAY Ullc hundred ot the most popular groups and artists ol our time YanYalkenhurgh .-Xudienee and per lormeix ioined iorces to mise money to .ud the slalkllli lthioe senior Diana vanValkenhurgh. When the Falcons were not at the hig name concerts, they could he seen taking in the sounds ot' local talent. Some lfaleons exen formed hands ol' their own. Alan Hayth. a sophomore. was the drummer for the hand Natixe linglish. which performed at the Homecoming dance. "They 're awesomel Native linglish has just the right -Xlmxe lliit ol l ox -- In-'tilt luiiitls Nails. l !'.l1'ltl'i.l- .it two ul tlii-Y scar - .l.iii..s I ell Xl'1'l'lll.tl -.iiieii .itil-Ili.'llli lalt-'ie l"e1t i'-it ciiii-li--ii.illx to tlie ti'-sul l pians Lite Aid was .i Iirst in music historx. surpassing eten NNoodstoclt in magnitude lloh Cieldol ol the Boomtoxtn Rats eoniured up the idea fmlll ,H cttllc' and organized the is hole .iitaii Nlany it ere ng tor him to sum the Nohel Peace Prize ie hig groups kept appearing on the local ert scene. So the heat went on ioi the lal cults. NN I li Xluiit 1 t,' "l"' - l' - X in-.st I Sllltlclll l.il'e .ll lipirm N1.."n xrmlpnix .un . NTU-ppunrf .md 'nxt fhlllflllg' HU!! ,H I '.11!'fl,1X.'I1 lf J 4... K 1 i 1 fp- 1 .I f """f 1 ,- . .-f J Above Whale working at Henry 's Seafood. Lexlne Oehxen- hm dnxcuwcs the menu vulh Anne Rammcll. e za? g..fy,". 'ln v.' .M ,., Above: Greeting a customer. April Sabourin has worked Chick-Fil-A for over a year. 32 X Student Life Day In Day Dut Day Off 4 Fi KZ' '97 CTQ Li' 1 Z j -L f7 1. i, g - ? 3 1 -'i W x V i - si! .. -SQ ja .3 .. .. 3, l LA.. L ,L gt. Q , L . .Y Where did students go after school? This question was asked by many, especially teachers. Perhaps the stu- dent had a part time job. Many students worked at different places from the beach front to Lynn- haven Mall. Al- though our stu- dents are active in after school activities, many still hold part time jobs along with their busy schedules. Senior April Sabourin says. "Work- ing pan time gives you experience. money. and sometimes a trade: but most of all it gives you long lasting friends." your friends." I Or' .f S "" r- ' ' 1 I '.,,.,.--vvvo I -Ann . IIQMHH I s gl :if Mime NN lien the waxes are llal iii.itiy lm .il suilt-is li.uiy-out .il tit-.iiby suit shops lrll lllt' Kaycll is .i layulilt' IFNl.lllI.lIll ol iii.uiy -tl --ut sllltlcllls "Going to parties allows you to r-.tax and see Also. many Falcons find that relaxing or "hanging out" was the thing to do. Students could be found at places like the Jew ish Mother. the Comer Market. or Ly nnhay en Mall. Ly nnhayen Mall was a fayonte because one -- Marie Armes Class of '86 can shop in the yariety of stores or catch a mot ie at one of the tyy ely e theaters. Another place people could be found hay ing fun mu at parties given by students oy er the weekend "Going to parties allows you to relax and see your friends. lt al to giy es you a chance to talk to people you hay'en't seen in avi hile and to meet new people." commented Marie Armes. ,v . -..-..-. Student l.ifc 33 -,,D' -- 5.-,.... W l . a P t -lf ' Q!- The We asked you lor your patraphmw I-.tnnly I-cudk Rlellgllll llgnlxtill, "lull people surveyed. top thru' urtsyycrx on thc bourti"' ln January. at yurycy wary taken by the cnttrc student hotly We know your Su ryey Says V l X l l s . ' S , 1 -11,1 1 1 . x . to r thot ru ,ly r wt luyortlcy rind you told us 'l'o choice ol f'UNlLlUl"JI1l,L'Ll.l' and tcuchcr It'snow common knowl' H2200 people surveyed, top three answers on the board . ' ' - Richard Dawson "Family Feud -:dgc where you like to hang out, who you listen to and what you like to snack on, We know what shows you tune tn to and what you like to say. Interested? Read all about YOLTYYF 40593 jziggliiq 'Y H'.'tIi"7if .L'- .5"' Q' if Su., Good ol' Coke , , , Are you sure though? Dccrytons. decisions! Smile Mr, Laliarbcraf You're our favorite! 34 X Student Life 1 4 le' -. fan- Jl 'A The incredible Chi-Chi's . . . your favorite place to pig outl sit and I N l fn - 'Va-f .I K 'W I 4 Cr Ay , nil Sure it's the favorite car. but not all of us are lucky enough tc have one. FAVORITE ACTRESS FAVORITE ACTOR l. Meryl Streep l. Michael I. Fox 2. Molly Ringwald 2. Sylvester Stallone 3. Cybil Sheppard 3. Eddie Murphy FAVORITE SOAP OPERA FAVORITE SOAP OPERA CDAYJ KNIGHTJ l. General Hospital l. Dynasty 2. The Guiding Light 2. Dallas 3. The Young and 3. Knot's Landing the Restless FAVORITE ALBUM FAVORITE GROUP l. Unforgettable Fire l. U2 2. Violent Femmes 2. Violent Femmes 3. Locals Only 3. Police FAVORITE RADIO FAVORITE CAR STATION l . Porsche I . FM-99 2. Mercedes-Benz 2. Z- l 04 3. Truck 3. 97-STAR FAVORITE COMIC FAVORITI-I RES'l'AURAN'I' STRIP I . Chi-Chi's l. G21l'fiCld 2. Pizza Hut 2. Bloom County 3, Mt-Donald's 3. Marvin FAVORITE CANDY l"AVORI'l'I'I CLASS l. M8cM's I. linglish 2. Chocolate 2. l'.li. 3. Snickers 3. Psycllology FAVORITE 'I' Y SHOW . Cosby S xx -. 'xliami 'ict - . Family 'lic FAVORITE NIOYIL I. Back to the Futurt -. ocky IX -. White lxni . I- AX ORII I- SINGFR . Phil Collins 3. Lionel Richie I' AN URI'I I' HANI Ol"l . The Belt' -. The 'i - . Pwr its I' XY URI I I' I UI..-'K . C llsslt' lt L -. L WSI . . trry In-XYORI l'I' 'l'F.M IIIIR ,th u x l ho w A X , 7 5 fx '7 R ' Q ' glllx l 3 Sting wt v Q I Ay Q x I ' '. h 3 ' M. ll 3 . I ' I '. 'ik' T P1 I Ch' Coke I Nh l. . l 'i.i 3 N11 lloots I N11 N1ull.uncs N .mo Student Lite IHatelt... Introducing Nlr tk Nliss llaps. Now every once in .i vv hilc something vv ill happen to prompt you to say. "l hatc it when that happens." liv- amplc. You started your school day off by trip- ping on the stairs. 'lihen yoti went to yottr locker to get your books for lst bell. bttt you couldu't open tt. When you finally got it open. you fottnd the locket' so lull that everything fell out into the hall. Then you looked like both a fool and a "Things Can only get belief." slob. Well. you finally made it to class. Nothing major happened so you fi- gured that the day would not be quite as terrible as you first thought. Not so. Un the way' to 2nd bell. you dropped your books in the tniddle ofa crowded hall: and they' were scattered. Good grief! ln 3rd bell. you wrote an essay' that had to be done by the end of the bell. Your pen exploded and went all over your clothes and the paper twhich you had just completed writingl. You went to the bathroom after class and found out that there was no soap to clean off the ink. Finally. that there is no soap to clean off the ink. Finally. Above "l should expect this for 49 cents." Left: "Light on his feet . . " 36 X Student Life - Howard Jones lunch? You were stary ed and planned on having a large lunch. You got to the lunchroom and reached for your wallet to pay when. suddenly. you knew what was about to happen. You looked in your wallet and found only' a total of four cents. By' now. you realized that this was not one of wasn't likely to get better. After reaching Mr. Leagan's class. you noticed a huge run down the side of your stockings. What luck! After calling the roll. Mr. Leagan asked to speak to you out in the hall about your numerous tardies. tThis was not the first rotten day you had had.l After school, you heaved a sigh of relief. Then. you thought to yourself, nothing more could go wrong. WRONG! You were loaded down with books from almost every class and when you finally got out to the bus area. you Could see only the tail lights of the last bus. leaving you behind. As Howard Jones sang. "Things can only get better." Right? your better days. and it "Dream Into Action" C' x .G-cap' .1 Q' If 1"- Only pcnnncs'."" "Hui I wax hun' all 'ugun?" ch: "Messy, nrcn'l wc"" I I .J tl-ly f'lld.ly' Hullrx Left. "Why us'."' Kathryn Robcnwn and BrcnlD1Gn:rnnlnw are vncumb of lhc worst day un rcwrd Below Hxxdllf Wall' Dun'l lcuxc mc hcrc' Thus hm gm lu hc Mundayf' Bcl-wx "NululIclp..1 r 4 .1171 ,.9 T!" f C a ' itfsah U ' 5' Q XVXC lfll N1 bk lu' num N x rv v 1 .lklllf .n Luhu IV in K N ,Q Sill Y0u L00k 5 Top: -X tired Kim Stivers ex rcsses her frustration while . . p huilding the Senior Float. Bottom: Comrade Woody. Ballevv fights the cold. 38 X Student Life Top: Relaxing after a gmeling day of skiing. Steve Zanetti takes a snooze. Bottom: Dancing the night away. Scott "Travolta" Keeling shows his moves. Vw ., Ari" ' '- Top: "Look Mom! Page. Bottom: Here. Rick burgh can't look. No teeth!" says Mike "The Moull y Engel looks mahvelous: Ann Stee . l . l t 1 Maaahvelous!!! look good than tojkfvl good. And duhlings. You look muhxe- , lousfu Year utter good' And darlings year. it seemed that the yearbook tended to eupture the students only ut thetr best. but tt school lull f '- ff' Are looks really exerythlngf Aeeordtng to ot grttrdetttt-, ttell-tjrestm pt-.tplg uwtrlti fx comedian Billy Cry stul. "Alter ull. it is better to dullpl,1ge1ndee.,l Xs we ,rll i,t,,w.t, ry gt igwstttt tlfle lt- lk' NZLH " I.j . . , tt! le lltite' "After all. tt IS better to look good than to feel IJ! I , x l s YOL' LOOK NlAHYEL0l'S!" ..t'.. strongly lx-.t,'t.t , , tefltng tliet tw - Bully Lrxstal m V ' . ' .. ee'-+re. ts 1,11 "Nou look Nlahwlous ' R X k t.1tetl.ts sprt-.t.1to:lr. nn! people new ple .ts they tmly .sure 43 X t l t r 4 I t X . l , gw. 5' . 4 QI ' v 5 5-lt ' w f X " I I - l t l I l a l l t r s I1 Q , LJ ' 5 Top: "llon't gave us any ltp"' my lohn tlutlcn .mtl l'.tt x I Dooley t Bottom: Whale on .u ska UID. Shun th-lk yt-ts :mth tt-1 .t In--t Gulf -xt-uf e'tt..,-pt tttnrkm .tt-.U lt...t m..tt IL.,-,-t ltuth dn to sou' It-vm lhmu t t-h.m .tml ll--llx lhsms lu' -UIC! l.llllIl5' tlusstt lun Nl.ttt'lt.n gtls .t tllrt 'tt' lnnn het lm-nd l Cll N nu lusl n.lII I Luk. l.1ul Nldtl lX-g Rt-lx tts-rt. --nt lt dmnct .ntxsstwrr tleltl l.il'e 39 Wllcn n mano lo wll-.nhuw nn thc xl-vpcx. Ilnlly lhxcnx IN Ihr nmxlur QR:-'hll In l.lhL' .1 X.lx.llIUIl f-up-- NN hcn thc Nllyhly lim' hmkx g1NKl.Il'NlIIlIL'lUf Su-xc f.nncll1 lllclmxl KX Q - Sllmx1rml1lx l'w.wl mls. Nhkc lime fL'L'L'lNL'N an hclplnu hand for i polcr lrlun licnll' L'.nnplw:ll lllclmx M 41" Making snow angels with xkis on isn'I as easy as Erin Walsh ',! thought Il would bc. lRlghll 'I ' I 1 40 X Student Life I , ' I S L' "Win TH E GJ E Alf- ESCAPE Falcons Fly the Coop Ah . . . vacations? We all liye for those gol- again because you lorgot your books. You open your locker lor no reason but to gaze at the pictures pasted on the tn- You imagine bars on your linglish class' 9. You actually en-toy your clllcltcll lllcl sandyy lcli Ill. You start laughing at Nlr 'l'ranimell's jokes. The percent error on your chemistry lab You yyelcome the sight ot your bus den days away' from the routine and drudgery oi' 7. homework. tests. and class lectures. After en- during the mid-winter blahs. one often notices side. that certain traits ol' stir craziness begin to 8. appear. You know it is definitely vacation time room yyindoyy s. when: l. You look like ' I P 0 P P fl ' "You knots you rum! tt iutunori Nlltll you look lilt Ffg 5h ' ' in 3 'Popprri-l'n'tlt' in it fJtl!lllIlU .lull " bathing sun' - ,llrt ,'l1ty1ruim'l Httkrit r 2. Ykiur suninier frnhlllunlhr tan turns olive drab, 3. Leagan's current events lecture is the ll. topic ol' lunchtime conversation. is 220. 4. Reading the Canterbury' Tales seems IZ. apealing. rounding the corner. 5. You've walked into second bell lor the l3. third time that day: 6. You shut your locker and have to open it You pay close attention to the morning announcements and actually obscryc the moment ol' silence Voggendod y visit tolicrmiitiy took Atnliiim 'I .iyeiitirt bat L to In-I hulls laktng .isetotitl plante at tliel illel loiset t liailie l iiitl.mei .mtl Kristen Wilsox continue then tout nl l'.uts llt.iIll.tlit Suk'lIk'lX was 'ttyl out ol llit ttiioyalilt lliiiics .ilnsi -Xntltina Iayeiinci s nip lo liflitiaity 1 Student l.il'e i -ll In thy Nllw lox I'.uyu.u1l. 'Hug Ihulwn wrclnulw lhc .nnmcmu uhllu Ihr LUIIICNLIIIIN IVICIRITC lor thc IICXI n'UIIlIK'll' llwlll rv 'H Conlcxlant Surah How xhuvu u prilc-winning smile, I-u'-hum modclx Chnx Schclhummcr and .lcnnllbr Gronlcrs xhow oil' lhc lulcxt ln cuxual wear, 42 X Student Life I ,-'9 .J- 43' -C! "MPP Un thc rummy llnlhy l.u lfCl1L'I'l4N lgllcxl an mxu.nl x An clcgnnl l.nf Jnncx xluuu llc: hum II Nu lu ll thu l'fv- NIM ax I'L1gC.1Ill Ntmll A Class Act I'ruI11Rldul1g-mllluNluln-lwlllul11m'l.1lIIlxlu. lllglxl-5 fvlllllxllvlmx ,4 mix, , N thc gnullll-vrlum LAIIIC I-I lm' .lx nu lwxlul mln 1'-Ixp.1gQ.1l1I lr.I-X--xr:.1lz:1Il-I N..x.c Nl x 1r1r1LmlNllwC'uxl'.lgu.m1.1mlll1uSprungI.win-+11 .1mIS.I1.1l1 Xxlll-'I.. .1Il'I.g I HI ' ' Slum HI Nlgmlm I-I I-rkllmlul lm- .Ant .mm 'lhc ldluxl NPIIIIQ xlylw xwru NPUIINUIKXI ly wlmlllj.. L-wllzrg yuan., 'Nlrx SuN.u1Nl.1yK 'ulmmul l'.lNlllUIl Nlurrl1.u1 In-mx Ilmulxwlmwu1.w1.lz.1x kIlNlIlEl NILILICIIIN Il llc Ill I-I IUCN xL'lllUIN XKUIL' lk" VIA' xpmmlwlu lm .1Il.IxpL-.lx "Eu-ryune calm- lhrnugh with flying TU H ---, ul lllc xllmx Irum pl.m L-uInrs.," :ug :I .Im lim mug and PLIIWIICIIF I-+ .- 315, Surah Xiu, gn: lnghlmg .xml yll-wr'uug1'.1 Fashion Nlerclmmiising lt., px mg. I X pllf, Illlc xlluxx xx,Ix lQgxi,igxN1,yXg I , plgxnncd .mvuml rmlk um NJ! tl I I IIILINIL' and wrlglml wl dcvgn 'lhc QLIYIIICIIIN Nl.1pI1.1Llmur'l1. .md lllllal umm-r up xx, X xxcrc pmxndul by lmqnl r'ul.ulurw, A'I1wr y-'Inu .Xkcrx lmllwllrmx S.1r.1l1IlwxzI-12.11. I . umm' lllruugll mill ily my uwlurx IlIllL'l'L' um ga lol lun nl um.lllmmuI-Il,'.1:r1.1:m I X I ul pruwurc nn lhc lnmlulxf' and Nlrx Nlgly n-,wx Im-mix 'A llmcy Nuwrlxul w lmnl ll xmx Lllllllfllly In mc " ETRO x.-- Y -ull , - 1, ll ' ,I -. .Q Nl 14 l.lklIlx' .n '-llwll Ill .lxlr lu-all l-- l'l.k l ll mm ,xml l-lm 'I N1.ll.lI.llN'.hl I-lx lln' 'drin- Nllw. 1 --x .wnll l.ml' ll, I.-11. -su! N, up N1.nIl.nlInlnm--.Ill lluu lx.m1+.' lx " xl'--'I -N' I ' Q W y I Stu LILIII l.llL . . . AND WE WERE A BREED APART We were disTiheT. We exdded d eerTdlh CGD- Trdehee. Sure we hdd eldsses dhd ddrhes like eTher hidh sehedls, hm we ddded dur dwh Tldir Thdl hrdhded Us ds heihd uhiduely Fdlcohs. We were everywhere dT The rhdll, The edrTTes, The hedeh. Wheh we hdd ddhe, we hdd leTTdt,1r lhdellhle rhdrk. We ddred Te diTTer. We ddred Te excel. We ddred Te Tdke The Iedd. We were The Fdleehs. Lunch provides Audra Brinn. Heather A bouquet of balloons from Anne Pasely A McKinnon. Christine Brantley, and Susan brightens Beth VonKolnitz's day. Pi d K Ell y th ff S eeny an opportunity to trade the day's 44 X People . I 1 Y Q 1 1 K r E i ' F I Y w awf- IUI U!-E if- lllll X49 ll up I .P lluson Schugull IN an danger ul hmng .4 A qunk In-.nllmml .tlIlllSlllll'Ill .md ln.m.1 'X .um-m CNCIIIN ul-In 'pCppCl'Unl. V.nlY.nlkcnlmlylnlrlulmI-vllu-I.uk ulumk lmvmlmr IIIICITNIN l .nlln Mlulu---k N any spun Imk-. N I E. 1 1. Pcuplc -15 E 3 Q '.i t s 'N I is -1-1 ' vu:-sux-n-vusvrra-rv..o--en.: wxvPfftnoc:4'.Pwnnovy,.cwnu-an:nn.u1aLs wr.-gun . h the dw Dm N pose NNI-l Kun Duxlttt. V .., taksfl mmm -R, 'treasuft-'-V Hayden. lin 'B 'im SiiTii'0i'ii:islCnii nmiivwsittcnt. W" I 'fm wtulh tl ' A ' f .f - ' - - . f e s-'f'1'1"5: .. ' lblwlun ' 3 Five lvlezcir nrt ep to the t:1.,...i.t..,.it.m g 0 'V i f ' - . Rv Y W 5 VVOPCI . he IUSS S11 Setltttt' g Class ollieers made - inaior contributions to Q their class. With the ongoing if leadership of 'lim ltrtinick and the expertise of fellow officers Nlatt llayden. Ron Copeland. Kim Dustin. and Woody Ballew. the Senior Class once again came out on top. outelassing their Freshman. Sophomore and Junior counterparts. '. 5 These tive innovative and hard 'Z working officers sponsored the annual talent show. a big success fonce again. They' were also responsible for our unique mascot: Y The Moose. Their combined I , efforts helped make the Class of John Phil Akers Andrea .-Xlbano "Yellow balloons are my hest fnends " Jo Ann Alexander Greg Allen Robert James Allen Katcy Andrews - "Deutsch macht spass " Paige Andrews -V "l think I am going to make tt"' Mane Annes Cathy Ashbrook Rachel Anne Atkinson - "The moments spent with my lrtends are moments treasured forever " Ashley Bailey Nancy Gay Baker "Always remember and newer lorgcl. you newer forget anything remembered " Roh Ballard Teresa Ballevu -- "Waiting the pan lznny Bano "I lose .1 good lime. and 46 ! Seniors 2- '86 tlte best Senior Class that Cox has ever seen. When asked to expand on the details. Vice President Matt llayden upheld the true characteristics of a true leader: "No comment," he said. However. secretary Woody Ballew was more open to discus- sion. "We've worked hard to make the Senior Class the best. and l think we have succeeded!" she said. With great pride. the officers can say that they took part in the shaping of one ofthe best groups of seniors to come through Cox. l985-86 is a senior year not to be forgotten. Y.: ,VQX . Q5 IU mat K-Wu 1 Q. txt. Q gn 4 v. f i , I pr Y 1 Ar 5' I vf h. ' x . L ' Hy.. 4 '4 "JA ', N n rx 1" -. .4 21-'. I: . E1-H x "aw f'.y.n 1 -,. x R .' I1 ,. L" h x MN 4' U -A, Hkx "Ju H. 1 - '..a: Y r.. If-vv Na-Ur A ew lx -u' lnf: Nunn- I n. .1 x,.x.nr. 'ut .1 .hnpn-uru Lhznmm Humkx I -.uk-1 -Pm norm nn llklah-mu ur Jung' law: Nunn Hagqunru .wx harm. Lrg hrm 1--1 nnllux. .um rurm41x.u.: Punria ! hncn Nh. in .va lhr shmrn Kms hrsgp Mr fr -vm -uu xidtrd Ku-lla NLM: Ho ':llK lv-11.11 n-it nun Ural plrwsv qpml hh -1:-.L-u Mnpd hnnhvua. Knut:-111 HI-Jw. lkgln horn lkhlm hr -nv, a.v.-nu., Pu my L., L!-1 Nu X-I 'evrnm mmm- an.: .aqvn Punt- I. UK nn Munn K-4' Nr.-nr. lv' 'Vu'-nk fn:-1 sbs 1 uh '-.lx ful has: Lunch - L l- sh. n nn 1 Wdlacn Vu! Nil lk .Luau -' H 4- .n wh .luzap .4 hsmldu- h.+ M,.'1 :Any K. hy. - - n. -..'.-.4 nhl-1 th vs -1 K x -nn. l1..u.n Ku. 1 Mn., Ns- nc Seniors 47 pn i L H,-fx-rv K .nu lm . xnlxllmvlvl'l1L'N'!Hul N lhc umm! V'u1.vm Klum w inn 1llullN .md rrllrcxxnrrr Iwmllx 'ill l'h.AlKll lm.: Xl nn..mr-wx xn my .. ml.-.1 with ,ix I In-'Wx md .lu-,nm fl um! :N ln X-vnu' vn Ihc ' lllllllf x 0 ' inn.u1'h.mdlcr - , ? Y L A -' "- " ,. -,.'--U, ,.- -., - ,. - A' , -'-1- i4 L 5, f V, . b --. -. L .g'5"A, 1, l '.- -1. "-' !z1sI-'i5"""4-4Cxfut:,,,4,esyLv1?4.p4Ef4Q4.is1fi1.?6.'q'a-axg'?2B'i.J-1'ru-,s1SPfKM' 53:3 fj'gr5Qg,-p-.- -?f1'5'5'+ 4 - Ndwn was NS! one I . hm 'Z N- N 6. . 4 , ,l wnfn L: . ' ack' '-4 , , -fnwd xe'5mLH,hx0"' 5" 1 'hum JCL' Nemo' Eg Thxsntvw of umque . " cw . I 'ff Q . . n . gum S W0 u Davis. KRTIPSZKC Sus! a - e x A gs worn bybbiiiwup coHaICd s kxn g"5 u . . LaCC 510C Donahu -f Bmhl- and Bfmxir Smeg, !?x'6f1he Pop' "' an . 'f+1J!.gLL.54.4-QFQS :QL Qgbjwv '1 ' "Y 48 X Seniors I couldn't take it: seniorill down. Q! l .-...I 4 ,yi r e l . 1, ps 4 THE LOOK Verfietiee In Style f you are looking lor Madonna "Wanna- Be's" then you will probably be disappointed. 'I'he girls to watch in the halls ot' Cox High are the seniors. What do they wear? Today it is a paisley shirt with a rhinestone brooch at the collar and a pair of stirnip pants from the local mall. Tomorrow it may be a three-quarter length skin cl' the next day of pair of well-wom jeans. In any event. she'Il look line, comfortable and detinitely in Style. Says Amy Briggs, "I lecl I can wear anything and not worry about having someone judge me, " Don Johnson has become serious JSZIZI competition, because the senior guys have perfected "casual as an lt's not just the 'I'-shin from the local surf shop, the Lcvi's Sill jeans and the SWATCH. lt's rarely wearing socks lunless Artic condi- tions prevaill and knowing how to carry it otl. "I don't have some ol' the pressures because I can wear what I want," remarks Surena Faleli-Matin. "I don't worry about looking sloppy once in awhile." Senior Fashion is individual. and. lor the Class ol' '86, it's beyond following style trcndsg it'-. a way of life. ' ' mln: .Faust In his tasual mule! .md lrsi sl lhll Ilununski showed thc "laid tml I.-A senior style Seniors f -19 u.L-r.4,Q..u.111vww4efEfPn1F'1!R"'l1Ni11N9f Z u 3 3 P :Lass-' Qndbflf Pr '1vvf'4.'L'v -r' The K, law! Cove , . -R09 . . - -- 's were tell by usclc WNW Y . 5. Q. In fleets of senstillovcfgome bY 'btg C . S he ' hofn 3 1 enior-it ,U Is There A Ct '- SYMPTOMS - responses in class. slipping grades. chronic Ia' exhibits different symptomsl . DIAGNOSIS - Senioritis CASE HISTORY if! - "l have clock back." reported Diana Van Valkenburgh ' CASE HISTORY 42 - . . o , numerous brain cells. causing severe memory lapses." CASE HISTORY 9643 - "If it's no fun, ldon't want to do it," said Jackie Stanfield. Acute boredom. indifference t n't been on time since l forgot to set myr Bob Buffington observed "destruction fi CURE - One or more of the following to be taken in June, 1986: Cap and gown, gold tassel, baccalaureate, diploma in hand. RECOVERY RATE - en as ordered. IOOW if the preceding prescription is tak V 'll ' 91. 05 A .a . 7 I -N - , . . Came Cuhme Dasid Cuhcr Suzanne Dales Wtllum l. Dana -- "Organization and pcrscrxcrancc is the key to the futurt: " Tammy D'Auna A Beth llasts Nothtnr: great ever .ichiewd without enthusiasm fhfls D U-mrnttus ltn.xnt.tp.ste ytwutscll ltom mt-nt.il sI.iscry Susan l'.ltl.al'1aeth Dennis Hrutt Garrison Dert l.tIli.ttt Dtxtne lhistrl i' llsnkl 'What s eh.tKIt1 lhtu 50 I Seniors l . O ouldn'l lake il: scnioritis wore Scott down. S-J 1 4 -, if works dnhgcnlly. An with Juhn Carden. scnmrs muh! nllcn hr hnvmg mnnnmusry ncrwus hu-.nkdms nx Trying In limsh has nvcrduc gmagnnu-nl. Mute V l- P 1 ' ,h X ' ' ' K, NN ,. v.,y L K' N1 "I 'x -. l.ff. D - A A Q 'X s. lx. 1 .D 1' Seniors 5 I 'A r I P i I ILM, I-L' II I-II M411 Xklml .Iv I--n. thunk' I-.II-. Inv IZXI.-Ia: I" xy KI' x ax-1Iu'u:I'I.' RI. Iw.Ir.I I -Inu Ny In I mwl xnxyh, N .. mn I mx! 1Iu'w.lhI.llhI ugm.u.I :va .vlr Iumx I-ull.-ni xnndx I Iunghum Iv Nm-cu! you musl nluxun " Phnhp I-unchmn llcbhu:G.IIIvv..1y - "Uh pIc.nc' I xhuuld bv: In VA t'h.uIcx I' Gmscn X :Arc Gnu IMvn'I Iunpcr In lhc past. look nn thc luluru " Damn.: George "I Ima: held hockey "' Duc f1lCNClI Y "Gee, Banc, xhclx hc.4uhful"' Laura Guru Y- "I'm suru lhcn: as 4 poml lu .AII lhls " Randi Guldhcrg - "Sn un thc hack ni xuutsw .md vnu bull hc suft In rise U lcnmler Gnndmh - - "II you cunllnuc In try lhcrc v.nII ncxcr bc dcIc.1l " Amy Gomlan Lxmcx N Gr.1h.nn "Mum cnyuycd, Illllv: Icamed " Derek Gmycr - "1TmcrcR nn grcmlcr gm lh.m Ilfc Iznvgny ll " Andrcv. Gm-cnhcrg -- "Good-hyc""' Nnuxushx Grckmn - "Newt many about anything you CAHII change " Rnhcrl Glenn Gnmxlcy - "May Ihr chccl-lls Iv: with us .all " Kulhcnnr Sue Ibddcxk -- I'Dnn'l cxpscl II unlcu you cam ll " Luuw: Huh: Inc Halas 52 X Seniors I X1 N, 1 11 gn fb 2 x T' 7 'Q QQS zvs 'Q-9 1 'VTE' ff V' I 1 ' . Q r I' I? X. l r- o . 1 Z 1' C , ii.. tl .tw-'J !?,'w it -1 L- ,l:- ' fr: It -1 n IM ..,+- . 'tr-if hr I-"y-r'lt'i , ll.it.JH--Y1..avr Hit -nit' It r.u- I ' hs-r ,in-1. .1 ' Mgr:-.1 -if tl- .' I 4' l41:tc..1H-.Puig e J 1 4 Y Y "' 0' 'I' 'i 'W"',v ri 1' 'MI - 1 fl K -' w "f-it 4' . ' - I JILQ' K' B", 5 , :A i ' " a togslv- 1 dlsui-WN 'UHF Y si 'i Alkxuv n - hu Huggins .sndxgahu Whll'5 field hstell' 'n ' . , ,, . , . . . ,, e, ,. wi Hey girl, how s it going! asked C nrme lxilev. "Pretty cool. Wltnlfs up?" replied llerilm jenlctm. "Not much, exrept I ltuil llte mos! utt'e.mnte weekeitil. ll wut xo ruili- Cal!" answered C arme. Students euell year definitely have llteir own unique ltutyiuige .melt words as "killer" Inn! pertaining to num murtlerl uml "num" were present in almost everjv i'ortt'er.wiiion, Where do ilte e.tpres.stmt.s mine Om? Tllafs di tt'ttll in answer. Il .teents iltul one Alltllflll :mule u I ii , Q-L phrase and everyone else eauglii on. Tujiirilter iuulermiml iltote tuirli K " " - 4 phrases. one must use u .special dii'liunury.' , BUD - n. Any person tno relation lo the alcoholic beverage! Q A". .. MAN - n. A general term pertaining to both sexes. X L1 'U' COOL - adj. Rarely referring to the temperature, hut u mode ot . . . . . O describing the supremacy ot u situation, KILLER - adj. Not in reference to an murder, but tin expression ul lima "cool" something is. RADICAL - adj. Considered tin ttpt xlung expre-.sion lor sotttethutg "cool." LAME- adj. Word expressing the utter futility or overall drtihnen ul .t 3 situation. , ' - ' r i' ' ' - Sz-:A-" W r . '- - " Q-thgin.. I-H. .1A6l,d . ' ' . . f ' Senior s f 53 J 1 1- Q-Q-'v-,s'w"wfsu,a,g-4, Jffff " W 35' gif? .Ziyi-Qqllqf,-AQ 0,5301-ggggh ' ' - lytlllN W .. tillk't.lt.i l-H -HI l t.llll" hhrli xt.tl , lv' l M l., .ll.w' "L . l lt, l-' l l v ,l'l ' 1 Q gs .-,..31"' K. Q 3 il S I NV N Q A N u T' i SECURITY An Eternal Bond aurel had Hardy. Chip had Dale. and Amos Q had Andy. Everyone has at least one best friend. and if you're lucky. you might have two or three. Your best friend sees you at your worst, and when you may feel your very best, and on those days when you need that anchor of suppon, who gives it freely? Naturally, your best friend! And who's always at the ready with something to make you laugh, even at yourself? Your best friend of course! "lt's nice to know there is always someone there for me," said Ann Steenburgh. Stephanie Rohdenburg has a true definition of her owng "Your best friend will always be there, standing by your side." lt's comforting to know th your friend knows everything about you and still likes you! Qygwffg-PARIS" ' ' Y' - 4 .A . , -uk.-. - , 4, N . v , I' Z aff,-Ola. ' ,- fix! 'i L lxtttilvzrlt Hood He sour own hero ld Hopper Nknng is number one liood luck .ind Kimi bless Christine House ln thc past, l was eontincd. hut the tuturu holds no limits Karen Hou ard Pct: Howard Pnl ol! today what you un do tottiorrttvt tn study hall Stephen Home A l.tfc's mtl a hcach Jennifer Howsarc My loltc Hutchings fan: lngvaldson Chnstoph lacohi - If you an:n't Gcnnan. you're not smart lTlnkc Jacobi Nicole James Nhkc Jarrett Catherine A larwis Dcedra Jenkins l keep waiting for thc daylight so I tan look hack on this day 54 X Seniors N ' 1 , . Q - V 'b il l l l l N px'. .. .r , .x 's r Ic".1wc:xf A V .., I .4,x.. K L N .x.'1 r.cQ N Kaur k.:..n Nhi if kr: XA. km.-1 1 hr's1.n: km K14.!..x. kr thy 57 8.11: XMLJ: hkvlnl! -un 1 .wrx kr.- Jil!! H.-A u K 1:- N1..hrx ku kr-,r. k.ng1 Sullors 55 u 5. X 1 ,who Www .A N Qi s I L V r- W, M-275791 Center: Christine Smith was usually found sailing during her spare time in summer. Bottom: David Lewis' free time was often spent "catching the waves" at Rodanthe Pier in Hatteras. me into globe 5 his-,4'5'f' CV' 'mfiw pw- ' 1 - ,- '-' - - f 'lv' y.- . ..- SPAFIETIIVIE I-lows lt Spent? hat do the sensors do when they have a little extra t1me" Grades show that they surely don t spend all thelr time dolng homework' Somethmg must be taking up the time not spent nn school Recent studres have shown that soap operas have be come a top pnonty on most of the girls lusts and sadly enough some gentlemen seem to have a shght leamng toward this type of recreatxon I go to the btath sand Mane Annes d nt nt us t coldtolle out Iwalk my dot the water Oftourse I m really just watching the surfers When asked what he does an has spare tame Rob Sandtlur replied truthfully l hayt spare tlme The search for the perleet time will eontlnue but mean whlle just slt back and enjoy General Hospital -E U? 'hr-tmfa' 1131!-L'?7"" was one of the most popular of lut gear: one of the was harlie Parker. X -iv V 'N IW' I UF 'NH' II"' I,..Ix!iLI. Ig. XLR., I I .NI,k.'-'. mn I ul Sl.1nIIIr1ln ru Ihv I I 1 I I I .ux .Iurmr -Xlpcbm u nm NI Q41 Ihc Nx'.lkL'Nl shJII un Im In In I Ia I h.III nkL'hUlllk' JII NN nm X1 NUI -X :ful lmmlng Inrnnu Klub n nk nhx Ihcrv: lx hnuhnn Nhrnll lllg gnu nn. sn Iclk Ramp Xlunrx -XIIp1.1I- x.1IlhC .llmlncd lhmmh dndnqluxvn gllon .md cspccmlly I ful NI. kmmw Ilrmm NI. Xml mlxk " uxpcrucnu: ' NN .unc McRae msd .4 gmvli rcamn " Iuvk In thc Iulure " lncmlxhlp 'A N.nInru. Nhklmu I n.xIIx Juni Iccl Iukc dmung. lhlx Inmumm Ikllnllcly lunmrmw " Dnul Nhlu I uc lnr wcckcmlx " Kmlhvrly Muller Wand.: 5-1xlcIIc Mmhcllc Mrvhlerc luln: Klum. Whnn I'm having as had dn .1 Immllx mxlu ns mcnpcnsm: 'A KYINICD Morgan Sur!! Murlnwk kink: NI--mrnpslur Rcgguc Mmrc I4-xluc Niomn 58 X bemors 'W' hu ' " 'ivaeff T-'G ' . , 07 'N 'I I Q -s fi Q 1 Q 7-5 JUN BUFIIED Get Your' Shovel W' ne of the prrvr leges of belng a semor rs havmg a locker to call your own After two years of jammed locks crumpled papers and the mevntable loss oftextbooks you finally were assrgned your very own locker Hey' Why are there there and what s wrth the wooden shelves'7 Oh you re shanng agam' You say you can hve with a httle chaos So what If your locker mate has you Modern English ln Action book just when you need nt Does ll really matter that you will get detention for bemg late one more trme because ol thatjammed lock ' ls It a great tragedy when the flnal draft ot your researeh paper got mlsplaeed among the other papers ln the Mt Trashmore .Ir that rs developing there ln the bottom of your loeker' Amy Jeroy thanks that the problems of shanng a locker share a locker wrth three other people lt 5 crowded but ll s really mee to see my fnends between classes We all know there are more Important thmgs nn lnfe and learning to share IS one ol them ks L hns Sehcllhammrl 1 thctr hw - hl l yr lwif' Duper-ww lrylnstzohsflvtt and Amy ICNY Us l NPMC Tony LIUIU . Qfiifu WMM I l I 5 P - ' ' X I' Al I I V ,I , - 1 V ' . .k 1 9 x x '- two government books in are worth putting up with: l 9 x . Q, el 1 ' 0 ' 1 Q I ,qvs2JnIo.kfuQJu'ear.'-, fi. Scan Printc Keith I'rt-riisaktu "Bc mtl, hut not NICIJIHK. hx' limi, tel not hard " CII PIILKCII Dont vt.-rn .th--ut .anything until nk hm l.ilc " Nlark Punts Rithartl Quinn I nrxcr sau thc wall " 'aw' STAR STRUCK A Return From The Past: -tg' continuing traditions. 3 'ir for making great changes. and for looking for comets! Taking the theme "As Far As You Can See." the seniors created their own vision of what a successful Homecoming could be. No one could have predicted the feverish pitch ofthe spirit competi- tions. which the seniors dominated. The Class of '86 ex- pressed its commitment to spirit in a number of impressive ways: an E hat a good year for ,F latkx Prana NI.iria I'--ole Vamlxn I'i-wus 'l pray that I make it ihn-ugh thc war " Susan Piwucrs Iithclc PYJCIHIIIIN "Nut ul the past. into thc luturc hcrc I cnntt: 60 X Seniors early-morning parade of cars decked in green and gold: a group of seniors that stom1ed the gym floor at the pep rally, chanting, "Seniors! Seniors!" "I was so excited about the Homecoming game," said Michelle Criscione. "Definitely not a disappointment!" As far as we could see, it-was a Homecoming to remember. What a game! What a team! What a class! ' S34 ' Amman D 'I 1 1 'FWF 4 N 1' f- s 4- v x , 4 1 .1 0 . ,weld ri 'E' 1 'z...u-F' Q' f. 199 'sal UNE- , . n hm- i - N , , A Ihc .sll- 'xlllCfln.lIl xludcm- on Ihr lhlfd PLACE Hmm! writ Paul Ruhcrlwn tlmnc kxlcx, lkrrk limycr. 'Xd.lIllN1U!Yls I'1m1Il.1 K10!TlS. .md Murcl 5fIlIx'1IN K,-'1 k --1' Km x kv- 11 K '-,v I .-1-. , N... nv k Rub N4 L tl ., ll-wx N x x Xin A-A rl X nu Xl u.-.1 N .x X Seniors lvl I N t x' .int h -Y' xxx" N' " N t ttfm- rIt.t' MN v . ,t.' 1 ,islt'wit:". t N 'lt Nh-i x :tw .tiltiivizu :v'.t..w -Jwk.-ii' Mx In utmpx. uni N mu 1'itnt"x' .v:.il'u' Finn Spent ci R.u.inm' Sltlttxlk Liniivtx Sprtiili "It x hccn itttciwtitty. gout link' Lnqticlini' Nmntxcltl NN u should hntc icwldcd thu' -Xltilrnxu Starling Brand.: Stcllc -Xnn Stccnburgh - - "NK hx mc "' Sharon Stevan Kimberly Staten -- "Wh.itctcr huppcncd to IIHUCYKLINNIIICD intiixtidaliuti "' lay n-: Strnud Renew: Slum Dan Sullimn hi Swap Susan Sweeney Perry Sylxcm Left: The hanged Kellum Knight . foreshadowcd our victory on Homecoming, Right: "Senior spirit. OTAYFYV' says Derek "Buckwheat" Grayer. 62 X Seniors ,- C' '5 X Vi' : o . Y l 'a-as 'o ' -5 .-,n1-iam 1 . A H " . 11 f"" -- , ,ii .gmiz4e,gy,.rI'kL'iau.t4.s.:i.Ia"r'1Lft.JJn -1'4.f'f ' sa'J.ZiIa6491f!rf'5Pa1f'fsf'r.'r?'1f,: .uma.:v: so rr.-out mewvw Wo. -,ki-1 fl Q v 1 3 -- rev'-qnfrguwg-akin CHEEFIS To The Class of FXR' ENIOR SPIRIT tseen 'yor speer'itJ n. l. a group of extremely enthusiastic seniors 2. the act of yelling, screaming, and cheering at games and pep rallies 3. what it takes to win "most spirited class" during Spirit Week. It's hard to ignore it, in fact it's impossible not to notice how enthusiastic the senior class was last year, and how much spirit they always generated. The Class i A275 ' b,7'xiZ9:-twig bf of '86 usually dominated spirit contests at pep rallies. and also had the largest and most vocal cheering section at sponing events. When asked to express her feelings about senior spirit. Shelia Allison Higgins replied. "Beyond ex- planation . . . Out ofcontrolfl Jim Youngberg summed it up in one word: "Mahvelousl" The class of '86 has set a new tradition. May it live on. gg . , 'sI'hlL'-e, '.iq I 1 , , E' L 1 S ...Z ,JJ dc 3-lx . , ri IN denxonalmw mu V Scgyo 14" ' KM- Q 'L 'E F Q .3 Ve cailx ' ,rhill "' e X tic-Hulk . ,t mist. thi. h Xwmmg ' rn ITIL 1 Q lamcs Nl--rr Nw- Nw '. thccitt.. the is rl.: N A s.-- l.m',i l tn' lah-r t t .1.!"'l Ts" nl lhc ic.: -ut :id Nl.uz.ru.' l,u'x..it. Nlxtltacl lui kcllx lxiir. ll'1.u'1r Hvun lh.-iupu it lt-rn Ihnrvipsmi lid. " :mis .ur .ai-.iw .md 'nlurl nt- m.iIlt'i Ui. ,t- Nh-nf' Nlalixi li-Ein Nlzsss luuigu ll .iizx x K . x I. tlt.i!.ru . ' ' 'wila l up tzic:.J-Y-.gn uiul.-rgfizaht' lm -ug- Hltwkc lumix." 1 it J 1 the with l ics. l.'.f l'.iu s P NZ... lx. lu- nl l..ii., 1.1. lt. l1l.X, l A x..r X.f-i-ti...- N1 st qui' :hs -. A an-vu lhuuXnn Xplkrnfmvp- I tku--Alf thqp- .r Vlur .tml x..u Mu... IN npv th lullll w u -un. 1-.-v' lhrnhrif S -vi kt-inn, l1.I1x Mqnr' N 9 5 Seniors . 63 r P 'R E 2 - T I C A Y G 's E S - "I-"' fi I 1 I . . Q . 1 bw' 'i 6 I. n .s 5 '1 0 M. 'f 1 I. 1 4 . B - '- --vv'---gvff INSIGHT . . J "5 5 P -Y, 7 1' L4 if I NAME - Kim Dustin .ff SPECIALTY - Swimming -tl, BEGINNING AGE - Seven fi I BACKGROUND INFORMATION - .- Lf ll Voted Most Valuable Swimmer at age ten. 21 Voted "Most Improved" swimmer for the year l98-4-85 5' 31 Team captain for the year N85-86 Fr- 1 L Y N2 lf' F. Lei ' N.-XMI: - Pam Brien y H V svhcifsim' W wutitst NAIW - If" LEW L4 tzuotxxixo AGE s Eight SPESIALTI ' f'C5"'FTg 111 taAt'i4c.sRcit'Nii iNFoRs1.sTtoN - BEGINTIINU Mm - Wh' lt Member ot' chorus grades three through sexen. Bf:CKgR0ljjNIr INFQRMATION - x 12' It Attendant ol All-City Chorus grades five through eight and Regional Chorus I sum P ML mnner 0' Edslcm Rggmndl Toumdmcms grades 'our through 1 grades nine through twelve. 7 Uygin' y V I E Q Rt Member of The National Thespians in her junior year and Vice President in her 'I FIN Img? winner m me- Stale Toumumgmx grmich SIX lhrfmgh Ughl' jr. xcnmr war .Wt First in District and Region and second in State tn his Junior year, fx F it Q '11J'b-HL--9'1-ttnlm ve., za--ak:-'fb waiwf-S 'f3"'f""L"'J I 'fi 'A' fl' 'ft-H I -ww-M ns.,-fa-uH!oJlun+4r9'wsw.-H1953 Jen Waits ... "Only ten 'til we're together again"' hnn Walsh - "Were on the road to paradise. here we go"' Mtetwtte ward Apnl Whcelous Y "Beyond every dark 'ac cloud there is a heautilul rainbow " Alesia R White - "Being a senior is great " Iohn Whitson - A "Senior year the most difhcult but the funnest " Robert Wtgg A A'Schnol is okay. hut the class of 'Kb made it great " Tim Wtlhncht --- "To the gang May we fultill our dreams. yet never separate " K Kelly Wilson - "You don't know what you - ' have until it's gone " . , Amy Wilkins f "All things are possible if you believe in yourself " 64 X Seniors T 7 N 1 -. ' To The Road Of Greatness Ish! N in NAME - Kathryn Ldltin SPECIALTY - 'Theatre BEGINNING AGI: - Elexen BACKGROUND INFORMATION - lr Attended the Theater Summer Schtitnl ltir the gifted and talented in the mtth grade Zi Attendant of the 1985 Region II Gmerntirk Magnet School tor the Arts 31 Participant in the Virginia Beach Shakcxpeare by The Sea Festival 73' NANII- - Arm Jerm' SPEC IALIN - Dance BEGINNING Ahh Illfu. BACKGROLND lNHJRMA'l'lU'XJ ll RLLIPILIII til an .award lor mth year ol dame lmni xexenth Near until uradtiatitm 'I Alter gratltialitm. xhe received certilieales liir each year ot dancing ' I ,. f -pd ',-A .v-. ' 'Fil ' .1-wh-...m.sa.mnp nm-as vnwni,-sf fa.-a:..v. '-w1i,1.w+.m. -hUNlvw"r'0 --rfft-1 W- f """' ' '-"' A -'f ""'3"'L --'fe Suun Wax! "Go plaudls mud thc in-nc md han: ' Alu: W-nhnl Sum Mnghl Jim Wounghclg "X ounghrlg A-lun I .ix ,L Hugh Sshxlil 'tn 0' 'fs' lukn Y u 'lklnnx hqt with hugh: their is lik' ' Sl-nn .1 l4Ik-t Nun- lqndli Nun :Pnl .ki ut .L Nmiu 1.1!-ul Nc -utr Na-it .vi nu N-Inu' rnyapnf nuuth lhllxllnhml N-ui.gii nun , rn--ugh llumu It-llitt-ltr: Liu. ai..-I 5-ni x tht gllh I-I Ihr Iululr and tht v-md ti- su... u Seniors X 65 r. -I 219 if 3. 1' -9 4 I 2 i rs 1. 1, R 4 . 'Av 'A'L.1.,3Qo 4-4. Q3 gf, aw... I 1 A If -5 9.343 . 9 5 4Jr'v"Q Y' f ,, Right Best Drexsed - Motel Sy mom und Q- -Xmy Hriggx 'Fgfui '.-ax Right Most Entertaining - Ron Copeland and Shell.: lliggmx Xian-fl Most Athletic - L11 Jones .ind Reggie Moore X rll ti-4 5 . LJ f rl QIT 1' Below: Most Intellectual - Colin Clark and Right: Best Personality - Mike Page and Christine Smith Stephanie Rohdenburg X -fi 14.15 High School Sweethearts - Shannon Mcbeod and Tom Boothe - 66 ! Seniors ' ' Jmmgfd,-,3Rt1.f4a2MaikiMJ4nwg4gms,4fw4f vb "t.vv" ' 'wr - -vuvu - ---. - . - .- .-.,. I -. .. .Mme M.. i Most Hectic Schedule - Kim and Derek Grayer Q . V I .Yi . 5 1 l Above: Most Likely To Succeed - Scott Keeling and Beth Von Kolnitz Right: Bed All-Around - Susan Wood and Tim Brunick bl XS . .' . '0'0' s 'l ' ' PRIIVICJE A View To The Top hey came from all walks of life: the hysterical, the serious. the best dressed, the best looking. You voted, and here they are. They were the most distinct of your class. They intrigued youg they amused youg they impressed you. They were your favorites. They perteetetl the art of being the best at yy hut they did. ln their last year at Cox. they finally received the recognition they deserved. 0.0.0.0,9.9.1 0.0.0.0.0.0.C O O O O O O 4 0,0 0:0 - 3, ,QQ .Q be 0.0 0 0 0 0 r e 0'c X x5 X 0 0 0 0'0 0 0 0'0"0 9 9.9.0 O 1 O O O O 0.6.0. 9 -0'0'0 Above: Best Looltlng - Charlie Parker and Most Unlque - Paul Rohenson and Mary Rachel Atkinson Riner 1 .AL Seniors I 67 egdgdgpjgdlyw 556.3 ,,33guup,u.Bltiaarafi'-u.'iJffiJJwJ .1-.fu .u4.i"+ini'i2'il'uV2A . it 2' F. ff Al Al QP if 'n if af n . ii A 3, PQ. ,. 5 . ff .1 ,PI 'T' :J ' ?'l H ,A fi ' P i -I 'Al 53 'F- fg ii J 9 0 fi 54 l'. ,1- if 7, t. if -! g. 55 Y it it uf-4.':"'fvf 491 ' yi -1 3 f ii fr. 5 fi Pl 't ef v ri if Xa ,E if fi 9 3' ff I S .51 A 1 ll? K, 'nt P'- 9 'bl Si 33. sf. it 55. ,NA fs 3 A' 41 .E ie 'Q- 68 X Seniors gm.. L NJ" "V "N I '.w ' -if iz. ra . fun-z-uusun.u.:wewu'1.r.a-iuwxww -.-uuif.an..u1,g,u-11'N""' '-"W"'wb--111'aJ"-.'daD,wg2ini9gs1.,gJv REIVIINISCE Flashes from the Past: si' Do You Remember . . . And Do You Remember . . Orientation? Drivcr's Ed? Dressing out for P.E.'. Dissecting in Biology? Mrs. Duvall's Chemistry class? The wrestlers' shaven heads? Class rings? Ring Dance? 7 Right: With a "grip" on English class. Colin Clark and Scott Van Geluwe linish a skit on Gullii'er's Travels. Matt Hayden's Cookie Pie speech? Powder Puff? Ski Trips? Surena Fazeli-Matin as Ghandhi? The decorated Senior car parade? Current event quizzes? Leagan 8a Lambriola: The Dynamic Duo? Mr. Hoots' dry wit? Swatch Watches? Reeboks? . And Do You Remember Prom? 83rd Street? ECSC? Sharing Lockers? Pep rallies? School Lunches? Best friends? The weekends? Graduation? Below: Physics labs were the "highlight of David Tumer's and Linda Van Eycken s day is ' tl S Above: During lunch, Bob Buffington carefully examines an appetizing school burger. L i9 X 5 Above: Not just a bunch of seniors showed their spirit by cars before Homecoming. ALL y . Lcfl, PUIlII1g lhmny mn Imnx N n Mclxod rcllccls bad. nn nur xg n ,Lx Below Being .1 mmm wp nur xr-v1t1u.I. 2. A Ted TFHNCINICAJ fb. C? S di "1 f . N ,f-', -Wi ff?" - :x5.A ' X 5 Top: To cover all his bases. Bob Fcalhcn.-r reviews the sports page for a Current- Evcnls Quiz. Left: The dnnks wcnl nghl lu Jnm Ynung- bergk head Bl .1 Yuung Lnlc plum puny Seniors X 69 ima- mmm 'mwmf' Qu-aawhuw L v , N K. - il '55 r Q ' i NYY' V 1 Y' Y - 1 .. -4 - ' ,o I -an n 1 A .4 A Q f'P 1 t V Q' 1 u. I.. lx A2 o lg' I 4. Y 'I N 1r' I 3 V' 4 N ' I O x 'X ' 1 . I n1LX A A , ' x . V 1' 'Y H W WP' i Q ,,' :ba 5- 11" J' in x I N 2 5 ' X Q ol: A ' ' 1 ' NI K X1 P . .ln In ' T I, o .,, la 'I' V F 1 kllljkylxl of is ' Q ' - A, 2 ,. , 4 NV. m Iimml Q.. lvl! lip :ur " NL -N., lk:1.'wrw R1"x"N:'.v1 Iohzu Iiuminmil ' I1-hu Huw! ' lun Hi.xmh.m1 . Q! Xllnwn Nmx'-um thnx Horu- I--Jd N.-hlkc l um Holyonn-I ' lcnmlq: N--H.4r.1 g 5 F' A . X x 'WP' A gt 1 .A lk-:mc H.-xko 5 4 A Xhrk H-mum lwllc Nou wr In-x Ii-md I4-hu limxnh K -'XCIIC Hmoncn K I.nudl.1 limuul lox Hr.nl.hcr kwin lircmcr kno Hrrllmucr Thx'-1 hii Lnmmx Hrun Xinhcllc Nrxcn Vclcr Hrxnkmm lmnn Hr1umuh.nn Vhad lir-midm km Hr-ukkc 1 I--vqph Nm--Lx tk-vrnnc Hn-un Ilan.: Broun lhnnx Brown I5 Ilnxd Homo lu.mll.1 Broun Nm Broun Ninhacl Hnwnn R-und., Broun Lnmmx Broun Ion u HullHnunl1u Icnmlcr Hrxwn 70 X Juniors lu '1 .-.3 X , X .5 1 4 x ii ,L H Xl' S' S. A N ix , Ax ' 5 za -mf MQ gl O r' LX 5. 4 E-. X 1 . F A Tammy Tashciko and Molly Whelahan toast lo spirit an good cheer. Anna Vita says. "Do I know lhcm'?!" JU IIIR JAZZ MOVING Tll A DIFFERENT BEAT f. ' ' , nil!-K .1 ?QA I' I I I 1 ' x ' Ns S' . Y I af' I ' ?b ' z 4 - - L K T fs I -X.. LX Aa n Y: H P --. lf- ' 1 Q 7 LJ1 ' 1 ltlier Ilieit-x.: I lN1.iiitIy In in-Nm intl NI--tliri Ilieleszi ll tlxiiii Il.iyiml timmy uiiiltl punt --ii ' Hero IJ.iy A . . ll-x .t. M A 3' r w Y 1 r The ypirited. yet uniiotieed. tr.-Arun xophoinorex ol yexterd.ty huye growiii Qizitl ':g. rovydy and rttrnhunetioux iuniorx ot tod.iy wit-- ure exploding with xehool pride I he eiitlitzxkixixl u-- '- -. . . ol the tldv ot B hm iiieremetl in iiioizieiitdzz yearly -- erin you iin.1gine yy hut they xx ill he .Ike next year LIN yeniorx ' Youke he.ir.l ot the NI'lY'll ol '761' Well. non tlierek the Npirit ot 'V tl'- eluw ol NT, that lx Wendell Cosenza. known tor hix outktutttlitig red hair and height. eiitliuxiuixtioilly expl.nned hix yieyy ot the elgiw. "NNe're lntppeniiif our xpiritk ueeellernting tor the xenioi ye.ii " Ihix xeenix to he the gener.1leoneenxux XX e.ieh ye.ti progrewex. the eluw xeenix to he getting more inyolyed and pgirtieiputiiig more lihe .lunior "jan" appeared git toothtill g.uneN. pep r.tlliex. und undoubtedly run rtuiip.int during xpirit yy eek The key to this exuhergtiiee xeeinx to he the xiinple Iuet that they Lire noyx A'iutiioi!'. tin.tlIy getting their eh.inee to l.tugIi .it "undereltimiiien" But hey , xx e'xe .ill heen there helore. and yye're iuyt egtrry ing on the trgtditit-ii Thinking ot grgtdu.ition only .t ye.ii .m.iy, yyould hring gi xinile to .uiy iunioik t.iee llie iunior inn IN eoniing tmt. NU look out' Senior xpunk ix xtill to eonie"' luiiioiy not only keep ..i- yy it tm tlie ysli.'it'.ilyoiitx o! ilu gwxt - . ty .. U' o I 4 'If' W I .fl llllllpztl. ulln . had k .Iunioix 7I S 1' . r' Qwrwq V7 as VF 4II.II ml Q. x.: l. ll I1 F FF 1 I I I JI II 1. is .Lu J. X ' ff' fx ' If III' ' U ' 'fd A . I I I4... Ar 2 ' A Ill' 'UU ' 4. x , 1 A+. ri 'I ' f "W" , .. f - if IN g I I I I I I LII III R Iv, . Al BL. an 'Y I .IN - - 1 G '- II I . .lx ,L 8 I ' Ix I IAu.Ir-ix ' ' ' I IA'.4.H-JN I I I III-.n,mIN I II II1rcr11c:Icr ' K I 5 I'v,'1n"urfrr I - .Ir".Ir.4 IITH-'I M X kc'-In I IIIN K I I V " I V 4 ' I 1 Y ImII,.-,-I-nh , l..1I. IIVMI " ' -5 .mw I mrrwn Q ' Ii.z.pI:I1:rn1I1u .frIu'mwv I Mn. KIM- In-N lun' I,III.rrrw Ixcxu' .'Il'. I I IIrv.m II wrcw I Jfimxmyn I I qrolwn ru IIIcr 72 X Juniors xx 15 Ifygnwvw f Q A 1 -gr' r E Ewr Q' x I ,A II If' VI X I. IN... -- Q , THE REAL THl G THE BEST HF THE JUNIHRS . . . share a locker with at least three other people . . . come to class with only half a notebook be- cause the other half was left behind in the locker struggle . . . would walk 5 miles rather than ride the bus . . . beg Mom and Dad to borrow the car on Friday night Y' ' 'V is-,. ' L' Ml f hkti 1 ' V Y . . . wake up at 7:00 xx hen their ride eomes at 7:20 . . . are unconscious in first bell Monday due lo a socially gruelling weekend . . . strive to keep up their infamous reputation of being punctual. tidy. and oxerall organized . . . right guys'?!'? Greg Super and Paul Doy le dllclllpl to hide theinselxes iron fans behind their Carrera Sunglasses .-Xren'l they just t cooll' ln true Junior tashion. Johnny 'lottnsend smiles tor the sehool photographer Won'l Mom be pleased ' i- X' P At. ,A ' V V J V .. 1 - 2 3 ii C if 'Ti .ae I 9' I - t x ,l X mt. n "'i"! 7 7' vi W. ' fix P' -i .Y . u N Ps,. 'T s,., N, N- N. rs A .', N' A Q! P E471 LA M 'W' n 'X f 'qi P' ' -17 'Q Fr -1 ii' "'i I xl ,Y T Juniors 'WW le QLN A 1 M 1 Y ' F' E' l ' ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ -' . TIRED OF THE CIASSROOM When you feel as if you're about to slip into a coma during class, what can you do to save yourself? There are several possible answers to this question confronted by every student six bells a day, five days a week. Among your favorites are: ll flipping through a magazine hidden behind that terribly interesting history book. 23 reading that juicy Harlequin Romancethat just can't be put down. l 31 staring at the terrific-looking member of the opposite sex while tsupposedlyl figur- ing out a math equation. 41 writing and passing notes tcarefullyj. ' . While Kelli Malloy slyly slips a note to her neighbor. Steve Burke acts as lookout for the teacher. Sl catching up on next bcll's homework. 69 - gazing out the window or at a fly on the wall ifyou happen to be on an inside room. 71 eating those Ho-Ho's leftover from lunch. 89 making plans forthe coming weekend . . . 93 . . .or recalling those fond memoriesfrom the past weekend. IOJ using your artistic talents to draw stick figures on your notebook. l lj watching the second hand ofthe clock tick all three thousand seconds of the bell. lf all else fails, and you absolutely' cannot think of anything to do. you can always sleep on it. With eyes glued to the clock. Richard Walsh anxiously awaits the bell. 1-M W 1 .. Jbimi 2.2. W Ab f W 4' L K 11451 W1 Ah yes. the taiiiiiiar .J--.k - -tit i mor hc " x I.-ist tw. kaalas DumsLustrf Nr.. L-Jr.-.ski Xl l ts Nl.i.lk tw: l Nl kt 4.31.1 , 4-t:.i..l 'vt 51+ Na - Nl.t:t' Ku Mum-lla lmum Muum Nl.i't Nia: -- Va .. Nia ,,,.. X . . Xl,,s!,, Inn Mmm Us . Q , .luniots RELAX. THE CLASSIC SUMMER Sunning. surfing, partying: the essentials of any bona tide Virginia Beach summer. Summer vacation just isn't worthwhile if you can't sleep in until at least eleven in the moming. Even if you do get up early. it is only to go fall asleep again in the sun on the beach. That's the life. Although many of us were working on that savage tan. unfortunate others were working hard on building their bank accounts. either at the beach or at various other local places. Meg Dobson commented about herjob at T.J. Maxx. "The money was the only thing keeping me from the beach, but it was worth it." However. while many of us homebodies were , 1 lg ' I, 1 Bobbi McKellar Maggie Mciseon Craig McLaughlin L- Tammy Nlcliod 1 NK inston Mcl.eosl Denise Mickelson Laurie Middleton Stephanie Middleton l-.rms Milby Scott Miller Shayne Miller Dasid Millner Dattd Moody Y" Charles Moore Shannon Moon: Kristin Morgan Mike Momtngstar Don Moms Li AJ Christi Morrissey v ' Dans Mosman ' I, - ' Jennifer Moyer ' John Mucha Jim Multck l N h Jan .lurp 5 l N Keith Murphy Michelle Myers Shannon Myers Shaun Myers Cliff Nelson Krtsltft Ntlsnn Paul Nelson Andrea Nicholson Debbie Nobltck Alan Nomian Bill Nottingham Luis Nourse i t T Alvirtna Nosoa 4 1 Romeo Novo: .N 9 I- -vw - Kcxin Oakes L 1., Brooke Oakes , M 1 v Jon oacn - fx- i Becky Oglesby ' . James Oliser A , Paul 0'Neil - 1 ' stencil: k5l'lJf1JUlVf Nj., K A , ii 1 A r wr iv' Denise Ovtstany lalurtc Pacheco ' Frank Palermo s Pace Palmer Cunis Parker Pogo PMT Pam Pascual Deanna Patterson Sam Pascy v V c' Ns' f i. I, Ns.. 76 f Juniors sl 1.4 s ' 1 hanging about the house, bumming around the beach, or working the spare hours away. others were tripping the light fantastic in the fashion capitals ofthe world. "London was my favorite city because of the friendly people. the action. and especially the clothes," said Molly Whelahan, who spent a month of her summer in Italy. France. and Britain. So, while many of us were reaching for the snooze buttons on our alarm clocks. others of us were up an at 'em. Whether it was surfing in North Carolina or shopping in Paris, not all of us slept our summer away. Christi l-.dwards beams at the prospect of finding herself by the Parthenon in Athens. Greece. during her tour ot liurope. W .f'f""' H. S :ids-.V'.1LtI4 N h M . -Q f Ak ' -L 'T " F'- NL 1. in I ml.. ar '17 I ? X . .. . - ' - . ,clvx y 'X JA! fkc 'Q gr t- -Q- i . O l H -.CA X . '1 jr' 'W 'W F1 IWQ ,, . H- rum. x h'., N,. x . ry.. ,Mn x J KJ :wh ' ind F, Hg,',,.j,,n,.. Til- v qt In lkmllb Ir, Er .1 'cm Vixen.. i. A 'nib' 4.764 is .A -I ' ull T 52.52 A A . Fm ue if lg. I P INR ,I A .-I. I 7 5 , Q- ' .KMA I . v . 3 I F517 ILA -4 DTS 'kt Jx x 4 " 'Q LSA "... 1. Xia. .lun N x,X Fx. ..N. g x, . R-f K... N. V. X. 1 N , ,... . NU.. N... M' xx w -x x -. X . , x, n X, N rx. Y . N. . l'.: iurs ,Ax t...gx. K - ' I 1 At a casual class meeting. one could find Treasurer Alex Sadler giving details of the upcoming fundraiser. while Bobby Torbcrt. fundraising chairman. devoured his eighteenth brownie. President Caddy Wood. Secretary Kim Brown. Vice-President Kathy Slough. and Second Vice-President Molly Whelahan are scattered about the room. ' .min Nt:,ir"-sk Ps, . xhtml Xl it. it Nhictils Xlti ss.: V:-in lata., Nlwfrxs Ik irq Nhrtt Krug nts! li.i.,.1 shui, Il Wm' Ni'x"f l I . X -.-f- txt- I I N slcr Ns -ll N -..il' Xlciissa Niastn harry-, s..-ugh w Xl:.Ii,ic Nmith -' Nlon'..i Nfzrilh t hrf- Nun-kc Inal: N--nc , A CLASS OF ORIGI ALITY JIINIIIRS FIND COOKIE PIES A STALE IDEA These were the Junior Class officers. who made this year a success - unique. and not so traditional. The sale of coupon books was intro- duced. replacing the annual cookie pie sale, to raise money for Ring Dance. to which every junior looks forward. Homecoming: another memorable moment. Despite spirits dampened by rain at the start. the juniors pulled through F 5 5 ' ' with their best float yet. Well said by Alex Sadler. "The Junior Class - we're in there." We can credit this eventful year to the officers. With their help . . . WE DID IT! With so many committees to check on. Molly Whelahan often has trouble seeing eye to eye. r., - Vi M - as " Q- , x s. V AW' Y' wl' '1 3, I x 1 e if X .' ii. R1 ' ' Rally- Nrvntc thrt. Nrroust Ilcathcr Ntamc' XF1birr Niaplct llc. is Nkirbiitk Xl kt' Nkiiib Ioti.ith.iii Nlaullcv I Limeilt Ntt-I--ni. li K 'ir sss Ntrxkxintl Xl . rvcllc Str. klci kr? Nt: -ml .iv i c Ntcphantc Talcrvt l 78 X Juniors ...., .. may J rf 1 bl .wr .R - ic - s' enl Kalhv Slough Second Vlcc-President Nlollx "L PresldenICaddw Wood S l K B R D h e Pre. nd 1 . . . 1 A' L ' ' 1' ' .fecrc ary im rown. mg ance c anrman Pal Baldmn xecmx In bc haung Treasurer Alex Sadler demonstrate lhelr enthusiasm for trouble conunclng Kathy Slough ul the loquuon lor Rmg "class" ol' '87, Dance. I' V' IW Y ..J. ' ,f so If ll I , fur- r L 69 I", f N-.Y 'WW ILS'-MLAREX1.. "I "" 'N '1 .j, '17 A M all .. 1 rx I k'-'. Y x1 o l l N sk X L-:KJ w. N X K k ll Nl l l- ,.. N! n, L.. 'W L 7 'r ll P .LIN n'lLA A M .A TWD' y-- 7-if 7' gf, J' 4 I L AAA 'V .4 A"ll"lJ-- , nn, A f .. Juniors f 79 "NN c'yc got spirit' Yes. wc tlofm yelled the cliecrleadcis llic ciitlitisiastic sophomores responded. "NN c'yc got spirit' Yes. we do?" llic class nl 'NS was closely knit and sociable. llicy yyorlsctl liest as a unit "NN'orlting together nialtcs tis more sclioolfspirited and especially more class-oi'icnlcd.'' said Nlclinda lfolcy. a sophomore memher ot the Homecoming Court. One could scc the prool ol our spirit in the tooihall stands and at the great wrestling We Have spfff Yes We D0 . . .T We Have Spirif, How 'bouf Y0u?l' matches. lor we always had an enthusiastic cheering section. "We're not afraid to show our leelings toward our school," said Cathy Long. another sopho- more elelcted tothe Homecoming Court." How right she was. The sophomores seemed to he ready. w illing. and ahle to accept any challenge presented to them. They were capable olidoing it all with spirit. They had spirit. yes they did! Throughout all of spirit week. the sophomores S N s is proved they had the school spirit by dressing up. The spirit days were: College Day. Gangster! Flapper Day. Hero Day. and Green and Gold i Day. Sophomores showed off their spirit by ' dressing up for every day. The class of '88 had the spirit. yes they did. Sophomore vice-president Gina Clark lets that William and Mary spirit shine through on College Day. 6 i 9 80 X Sophomores l i l . ly l 4 xt I Y , 'N Q is. L law 1, J., . 'Og fl WF ..l....l , x In S ..A. an L P x X..x W L "wh ' Sn - 5 . ' - 1 2 7 'i -X fx"'X I X fx .Abu .V ' 1 x.. . n llxx XX ' N if rj V 1 N r 5 I . 1F"i'i an-Q vl EF' E"Z5"F'T' L... f .. J r' it , V1 .M. .A fr. X. N. J 1, 'Rnd In N '14 1 ,,""""'p. 'M' fi' , xsfllszalx 1 AKAI' 4.ni..1,JJ E llgkx- in 4 l I Y 1 ' W GK 1 'I 'ff ' 'L x. ., . 1u.n..! Q 1 uw, N. K- 3 JUNE. I u sl-4-l R A X' .J B...J Suphulnurcs '-1n.lX' .-, x rx lk-:rt M lui N1-ww X11-cm I lhlllk lIl.ll Ixxnnknu Iullmy IN .1 yum! xuhxlnlulc lm 1..llhIlL' N1.uxh.nlIN hluxh. 1 h'Hm2 lam - X Q' N mix -'mlihwmh ,uh-wut NUxl.ll!,'lllL' n,. ,,-. A. .. . Xkllbl 'vm ' -"wx NMNNIIIUW fir S ,I Q X ii I YW l 'W -Q., lmnm l wuhnmnwn Xhlhn'-.L I v-n.cr1 l R4-h I .vvwcr Im 1-vrlncr l'r1ml -rl nn Hr I fx.llIH!.1l Au-ks' I f'rul1.nvl.-ul k P 'W F' lm.i1w'.k -l :'gx'l.nh? X N , A Hum l 1-mh V A X1 ' I I' 1 PM 1 KQ- Q K I. lax I 8 'Y' I Q' Q , n I I--n 1 urn lm-xm I urn f'hlkvpl3.4l1lulh While others nuff their faces. Candy Ccfalu and .len Acosla cram for lest next hell, Num IT nu npvv! 82 X Sophomores I x l Trying to keep up his image. Greg Hierholzer tempts another student at lunch. I x t - t Sophomore: .S'0c1'czfize The Tafking Never Ends . Noise. confusion. gossip: that's lunch? ll' lunch were a credited course. most sophomores would pass with tlying colors. Since the lunch bell was lengthened to a full fifty' minutes. some students used their time to eat. to study more. to take "Behind the Wheel". or to simply take a snooze. However. the majority ot' sophomores participated in their absolute favorite pastime: talking. "The lunch period seemed a bit long. but it was useful as a study hall and .1 time to social- ize." remarked Carol Pasley Sophomore President Nlarc Nlayette mild ot the lunch hour." It w as a perfect time to see your friends and talk to them w tthout getting yelled at hy a teacher." While many tenth graders tound the titty minutes tor luneh a hit much. tn general. many ol' them appreciated the extra twenty minutes Alter all. twenty minutes is a lot ot gossip time ""1"i'1 Nkgg. l sruiu.,-' Q' kan: lk rs L-i. - . .s llaigik R ti? 'Z I Xa Ali. A 1 lk.. .A JL I A .. W., r A P' Lsi in it .I ' L KY.. N, Li. . P' . 1, V "' ' Ria- lx " ' 5 K ., , ' x c ine' ivan. I .:.g? l"-. Stn: iNtt'y.1 fn. ll. Va. MCC At ff ei - , 4 . s ff"-"'...... L. gli! kg J listen: la LA' A i.. .t s. . kc i' ru Rst lui. Ps !'. , -s Lurtlid-t 1.-' tul xx -' nulunt I tae' knit- la. t,'i I ' .I limkui'-i JL" Au .I i . , vi.: i, - t I V r- . X.vl' N.A t I - N r-tml. I --. - I 1 , kim nut I V-. ' -, 1.1 V. 5. ,. KL. H. Imam I s . his l A-A Q' XX s ff fl- 'mm - -ns - "-B , N -I Sttplltitltotts 83 l'hc Snphomorcx claw' dreams lxlwul by ,I .,. K 1 ,.-f X !"'y . - I ' , . N 1 . 'M . p""" X w r ,' r I g I a s . 4' V ' -9- X 4 ' - , ' . m 5 . x r , I . r . , I 1, il., . . 4 if I l . 5 I . -'1 fill.. I K ,. X41 xx X f 4 - 4. Lan H.m.'l Nhuwcx H4rJcx!x Ia!! lI,m1mu llmxvr Hamm kmrx Ihrrxx lim H.xr'.cx X nhl H.n.h lcxllc Hum Nlmvnn ihxcx - Hcllmmln Hush! gf A Imu Hcmmh l .Ar-'lc Hcndcrwn ,, L'-vllccn Hunk: lh.nrlnc Hlhhx Urs: Hucrhullcr Nl-HIM Hlfhh-n kcnlh Ihnwn D.nnd ll--h.m llcnlsc Hut-hx N1ciund.1 H--dgcx lcnmlcr llullnun kcllx H-'gm .4 Renee Hom - Hwppcr Xhkc kxrkli--r1-vu Knxlcn H-vr1cn Shui Hmvnun 5 km A 17 l,.1ur.x H-vuxh , PM H4-ulxh.m Vhqrlcw Hu!'1cnlh.nI i - l'hrm.1I Hullnmn N1.LlYHUgglI'M Cam: Humu . Shelli Hunlcr Nh.lfl'Vl Hunllrx XLIHIJICI Huw f .A K Y Y' . 1. V- V ,vs 'N 4 'K Y . f V J' x Y RAHJI lhlwcx ,- ' Nluhcllc lm:r,m1 3 C Nhku Ipmk ' - I rn Lnkwn Nh!! lmkwn v g 4 . I as x rv' , ' 4- 0- .. - 1 . , , .7- 6- . 1 1 v L 1 ff! f' Sri' Ln- N Y' U .fu if ' Pf I I Q Q I x ' K. " Y J P' Y sd- " P . r i' P' K n 1 .' oi ve . F I U i x p w w A I 4 'il x, 4 I . I D- U x l1ln1.nks-fn N X i lrrn.xJ.1xkwr1 Mike laffcc - I DE .. Nhcrw Lhkwrm 43 I M A Y 17 ,- Richard hrrcu - A lrrul Jcltcrwn Knx lenkmx lmx lrnnlnu K ullcn Jnhnwn I IN.m'r1 I--hnwrv M 1 . . J. XXI Y Y' I Q- -. If Klm Juhnwn Tun Johns-vn Phillip L-hnxlmv I 84 Sophomores L LL 1 :X 4 n r '17 f Z 7: .1 -. 5- 3? .d , ' Q '.- N t tl An. I ss . 'J 5 ' s "' ' 1 fx Ak r - ' ,A . EN' .tr ,t "3" 1 .Q " f', x I . QI, L A Nt qw 1 . has nf' 1 I ra-, 'V . . N b 'I ' Ps ' f I-- - 1 rs ., ,N -' 4 I " Ps:.' . P" Psa :' ii. Ps.. N-.-5",: Kami h 'N 51:34 Y I Ir: 4 bs.-r' Y lk"q.L krss '5 ,l:"z"- Ps.-s '. VE' si. K 24:0 Kdckncm Q K 92:-: k.,f- sz .Q ' lkr-S: btpif' lx. .A ' 1 kk. Y ku.-5. js-r - 'fr kt ss lthlllldkillll kbllld ?"""""'t " tmdk Lllalil-'B Cy: K.: 4.1 1-c 'ti . 4-'rm 'Y "'5""" " -. Le: ?.1'.'t.. 1. has .Tl.v1.4 FV Mr-if lrI'r.: Jwf. tr' L:-.s had unhn .L-'H frfl 4-': ' li.-M l :nt X I4 rr I -. ' ,su E 5 , , -,5 sf: . -X A ., ' Q - 1 . ' L th .fniltis dt ll . ht A 'L diff-f,1.MsTlff.., 0 "t ' J Take Me Orff To The Buff Game I-by 1- cnormous amount ol' lrtcndshtp. hurd tsork. and cooperation lo gut thc Horst olhl thc ground 'l'hc Hout rcprcscntcd thc drcnms ot thc Class ot WSH sports, gruduamon, and world pc4rt't- Sopho morcs worked lor lm: days to .nccomplnsh thcu goat! ol marking thc Ilout thc ht-st m thc tompctt hon. Thcy could llnl haw donc tt sstthout t Ihr lv.nHhlru' ol hlllldllly' llu' lhml Nilssx licll Il.mtrt.aIIs IIICN to lnyulc out what to mln ucxt On Homecoming night. the sophomore Hour. cntitlcd "Let Your Drcums 'llrkc You As Ixrr As You Can Sec." wus purudcd around thc tootbgtll field ut hulfttruc, The sophomore Hour brought many sophomores together, amd tt took am sponsor Mrs. Moscr. or thctr uh.urm.m. Nhsss Bell. ar sophomorc ss ho dcdrtnucd mush tum' .md httrdssork tmohmldmgthct1o.nt "lt sms rt-.tlls .1 good opportumts to nwct tclloss sophomorcs Hur tlognt Nuts not onls lun, hut h.ud xsork .ns sscllu r'ctu.trkcd Mnsss licll 'Nknth .all ot thc culhustusm. spurt, .md h.ud xsork put unto tht' l1o.tt,xsc .ut'hu:xcd our goul hs ut.rktny tt thc lwsl ssc could." s.ud tim.: l'l.uk Il took tum' .md cltort on thc p.ut ot thu Sophomorcs ssho p.ttttt tpulul Ut hu .lrtnuus .ur mort' th.m I.mt.tstt's Ih.rt ns sslmt our tl--.tt rs .tll .nhoutf mud lkrusc llohhs Supholllotts 85 fm WUX Vu-'1.+-E iNlw9nuhf1CL mn. , Q 4 X 'N ,'.x, . O V -- Y , f n SUPhUIIl0l'L'S 'alley .qnlc LH1klfyJflIlL'l1 .-Xklmrn land umc lochall WIIIIL' xmulmg lor lhclr ndcx Y ' 17' 1 1 -1, . NM" . luv A XM". RW. ,:XM. . X xml., xv, w. 4 1 . , I H-v1'.n.!Nl1.u 1 ni 11 X14 N A . L A L.- I- c ' -t f- ' a 1. luluv NIA remix l Iam 5 NJ! . K- .' ' vw' " X LH Lxxmw XXL: CN 4. x Nhn Nlullm as-4. N1lxhcHfg N1cl'.m HIM' Xlxd-llrhwx lXvn.nl.ix.u- Xiu-M' Nlcu' Y1xN,xu:hlnlx 'D Inc Nllkkclwvx . Y- , 5 - , - J .- - A - ,4 . 'Q v 1 ' -I' L Shcrru Nhlu , HU 4 N ' 'S mdmk-fx111lff X K, I - Nlsphan Xhllvr Q K lun Nhllcr X X Lax Unrxhcll X S Vx t N1c1:.mN1mhcIl K . A 1 L h Q - 1 I K u l k A kan N .- ' ' 1 Rm Nhlkhcll ' U Llnmc X1--ngcr -Xl N11--ru -Xhwn Nhuvrc Beth Nl.--rc Lmnc M.-,rc N.1nn X1-mtv: R1vhCf1 Nfuurt Scan N11-orc ff s.. fX ltd Muvrc -Xnnd Nhvrv: Inns Mnrtcr Jcqnnc Nhnrphx l1mN1u hx Paul N1uT'.zQ. 7 x . r X- Sk--u Niuxrcn E , I W xy kann Nulwn 3 IJYTN Nclxun I A ' I ' 4 ' 5 F' ' P' 0 , ..,e Nh. . NW " ' O' num gwn - l D s . 5 . 1. .- I - v-. R lcumn NCUPVIFT - - -- -4 A, I-A , X x.k1 Ncuhsn - , K A k.1lh1 Ncv.PX'Yn , l X- 4 Ninn New--n C X , I N A , Llxnn Nuhulx ' x lcxluc Nuhlc- Hmd Naflqnskf hum iX.1mh ' A ' i Heather Udcn c'..f.,1411fy..r " K'unrucUNc.1i Nh.1duhlJ'RuurLc Kumhcrly Uwcn Q I Hrmn Pnlulm V 1 . , R Vx. l0n.llh.m f'.nil1-II J I I I k I N1 P' -n n , -- : I x ary .un .1 I v i l Canal Pasltx if' 'fir v I' Mxkc Pcllun D.nmclI.l Pcrcl Dchbnc Prrul Helms.: Pr.-rc: lknxd Vcrfx Jcnmlcr Pcrry Nhchcllc Pctcrwn T M Pmmpx I 1 J kucn Pcllcrvn ' Fa ' '- Q- , X 86 Sophomores Sophomore! Sfano' Our. . . For Their Rioles Sitting on the curb. bundled in jackets and sweaters. they anxiously awaited the bus. which was late. as usual. Lpperclassmen drove by in their warm ears. relishing the heat. The summer w as over and the tenth grade had arrived. but the sophomores were stuck at the bus stop - AGAIN? They had outgrown the freshmen and were now older and too sophisticated to participate in the spitball fights and paper-throwing contests. ln other words. they were too old to have fun on the bus. However. they were not old enough to have their own cars, a symbol of freedom. "As I watch the juniors and seniors ride by in their cars. laughing. and listening to the radio." 'sy"l -e 1 x, AW l 5 F ' L gf V- . A Ag I . uni ' s .A X.. remarked Carmen Akbari. "l envy them and their l I X A vt .. CMS.. I I - r- I4 ' W With junior year on the horizon. there was a . visible light at the end ot' the tunnel . . . The -- ' N 'C headlights ol' a car. NUT ol' a bus, I Sophomore Pele Laeore phones home lor a ride ' .V 9 1 ' F "' fs ' , , - 7 '1 t ul 1 N i I' 'vi ' 1 .L ! Yr X f A A LA. kt Q n ' btttttiih. 4 A Sopliomores 87 l'ioinises. promises, promises llie eandis tlates pioniisetl to lolloxs tlirotigli on tlieir eonimitnients l.l'sl spring at the sophomore eleetions. and the ones xslio really eould were eleeted So our new offieers. Nlare Nlayette as president. lima Clark as X tee-president. Jennifer lsoss as seeretary, and .-Xlan llaytli as treasurer. hegan working to make the Class of 'HH the hest ex er They did so hy try ing to inxolx e the sopho- more elass in xarious elass and sehool aetixlities. One aetixity was Spirit Week. The purpose of Spirit Week and the Homecoming pep rally was to trigger spirit eompetition between the elasses and to support our sehool at Homeeoming. The sophomores shots ed their spirit and support for Cox by entering the winning banner in the Banner Contest. "l xx as really impressed with how mueh spirit our elass showed at the games. Spirit Week. and throughout the year." remarked Jennifer Koss. The sophomore offieers also had many fundraisers. including diseount eards and Hallograms. to raise money for the treasury. "l am proud of our sueeess and hope that we can achieve even greater goals in the future." commented Mare Mayette. The sophomore class hopes next year's sophomores will follow in the footsteps of the Class of '88. Class president Mare Mayotte ponders Driver's Ed. XS irhls Seat lkesin Seeerl'-loin Stott Settrhloin Carrie Setfwl Ronnie Shank NN illialli Shedlmk Slike Shepherd Hollx Shugx' Roh Shurv: r' Siike Siggins Sir' sila llonna Simpkins Donald Skinner Susan Slaxen Christie Smith 1 lion Smith kim Smith 'Sins Sniithuttk r Fr Shauna Sm-fer Slike Srxxkhart Shke Stallings Jett Stanlteltl lennilcr Starling lellrex Steele '-' t all Stephenson lee Stexens - - ' 1 . FN I, Hetkx Ste'.A.ir1 K5 5 H -- Y swf' Robin Stewart Q U Patrit k Stitknex 1 hristine Stone ' llarhara Stoner kk .inda Stroud ' r' 5 Pofzricczf Promzkes T Sophomore: Drain? Faff Shari ' l i lf l l.i.il - vs k 04 A Sharon Suletki I I I Ienny Sullisan S1.ll'1.m Sullisan Hallie Sutton 9 , N , Siatt Sutton t hris Suislwr 4 Sonia laniaso ,, lennitet Taxa-r Keenan laxlov lrats laxlor lri. l'ht-mas laurie lhompson lapit llwonipson - I 88 X Sophomores N I i t N- - fr- MH.. l til P f . l i 'ai ws x kxl i - - --V 1 . Q.,- I v Pr C l X , Q . 'ir lf' t l f. ' l and Q A Q G ima ,J r .l Sophomore class IFCUSUTCI Allan Huxlh knuvu lhul hal n 5 ' pom wnll gel hum u seal ol apprmal' Our fearless female ulllccrx. Jenny Sullnun, Kim.: C 'Luk Icnmfcr Koss prlc mgclhcr lu land the l'I.m .ll 'xx' 1' 1 in, L A Au JJ ' ot lust a Bun h of Rookies Freshmen Have Experience ln September. the members ofthe lfrcshman C'lass pooled their experiences from their seventh and eighth grade years. and elected officers. With Matt Yalerio as president. Monique Docltter and Scott liun as first and second vice presidents. respectively Kristy' Bivins as sccfclzlry. and Trey White as class treasurer. the Class of '89 had a vvide variety of talent at the helm. Class sponser. Mrs. Kim Hux said. "We have a very good. very bright group of officers. Enthusiasm is definitely an asset. and they are a very committed group." The officers led the class in a successful Homecom- ing float and a fundraiser. The opinion among the 9th graders was that the officers were an excellent team. contributing to a good beginning. The Freshmen officers for the year of '85-'86 were tfrom left to nghtl Matt Yaleno. president. Kristy Bivins. secretary. Scott Eun. second vice president. Monique Dockter. first vice president. and Trey White. class treasurer. Jcnnilcr Abbate Vhcryl Adamv fry stal Adams Amber Agec Roy Alexander Tony Alva Man Anderson Natalie Andrews Steve Angel Charles Anilka Amie Archchcllc Jennifer Amhold Matt Amold Scan Auger Nellie Ayat Tammi Bagnall Amy Barley Chris Baldwin Becky Banks Cindy Bano Dayid Barala James Barentinc Lisa Bamcv Alexander Barenunc Patricia Barrett - Samantha Bass lad Haus s L f- r 'wr' c -g" f p - -. Q, .slit + 1 ' ' f' A it 4-4 ji" vi gif' 'I 'oi A f , r vs -. L Q 4 Mott Beasley Tim Bell Mark Bennett Chanstian Berling Mil: Bcshears lun Best Knsty Bivirts Oxnstian Blackman Bamc Benton .Q " -.- I ' If X I ' Clay Blancen ' Linda Blount Kelly Oshoume Al Boyko Mike Boyko J B ' ll :imc racewe Ox-nc Bradley Melissa Bradley Shane Braunheck 90 X Freshmen Y 4 lr f1rf"lr vu "'g5'1' nf! 5 5 -sr -W 71 x..rk .. , J . ' V I ' '17 1 Tr A ir' 1' I n .M ... A- if iw I . ,, , 1e" ' X H. if F" L. ,J 1 Q ? 7? iq i LA 171 'Q jr' FF' Y' Y' lx .s-'iuJ '1Y""1 1 . xl XNALJ-.-n1L.,x' J A v" V 1' D 5 fl ' . 0 ml. dn Lu 'D 1-X X T J pf' 1 -1 i J A L. 4" X ' V msvrrmf ' 17" K .. .A tg! L R I' 5 A Lu L -A 4. K A V-In tx k:- ' h' -. I ' Q h' -"wg ktni 13. 1 I.'-.1 AH- hrtr Ev-. 4 ' R- gr' ii.. x A .Au ls.. V. .Mnwf I I X4 li N H N 1 l !..JJ.1 x.u.u x .ru . , ,. l.ul.:'.sl.u1 lb-,J M'.u.l mg..- -Mu.-, l.u 1 .- hw 1 41.11.14 lbw t .nc N1.ukt!L4".Irl.4n:, Mum: Lhnlut Daud Vn...J.n.N - X..mr1.:. l !.ul.I. H.uYxu l ,Jil K1 wut .uk X5 :khan lu! 1.0.1 x ...xi- k1,.x.H x . .. Mmm n.-mu l'..Ln Q l In.n.1t nl nl kmu-,1 ..-' . JJ. 1 ..-5-f BINIL Mud lu- 4 .,, Nl u I wa. Xu'4w I -nf IU.-1w.,N.' lui lu I Y.' L -.m Ik ,-x.,'n Rx' .n, , Mlbytiws 'ull lu lihnsu. Vine- Finke: k.w. lu.,.., SS . l'.- ' l '. u K 'x ' I I sn , ll , ' n . , . l,w.', .1 Ifrcshmcn Learning the Ropes Orientation ' All incoming students apprehensively awaited the day of school orientation. They entered the school with excitement to share their schedules with their friends. More students came than ex- pected. therefore the school tour was in a slight state of confusion. The helpful cheerleaders and coquettes were the tour guides for the new Bun Doney Enca Doxher Tim Dougherty Fnc Drrxler Nancy Dubnichek J Duff cny y Stephanie Dunphcy Kns Edelman Scott Edelman . lit tt r in r -1 V students. Most of the incoming Freshmen were cooperative, but there were still some who decided their own tour with their friends was better. Despite the confusion. the tour did tum out to be successful, because it prepared the students for that frightening and confusing first day of high school. 4, 'wx " ,,, ,,, ' F -I It ' 1 X ' " 4 I KY A :' . X X, 1' I xxx. MJ 4 XL it 'Jie na r- 7 Doug Edwards 7 Jem Edwards Megan Ehrgood Kam Ellis "" " - John Ellsworth 4 Nagla Elmadani Amy Emberton Beth Epperly - ' An H5185 Matt Estes Michelle Fubanks Scott Eun Kerry Exam Louis Farano Michele Famws JJ Felt: Jennifer Fenlress -i w Ci- 1' X 1 ' ' t fl.-'f il I F "' Y' V' 3 - Ae. " ' Ig i If 1 ft X lx! Field F' Y' Amy Finch - Angie Fisher David Fisher '-7 Kathleen Fisher if Dan Fitzpatnck Kenny Fitzpatnck Ron Flynn H M F F' '- .5 ary oreman Elizabeth Fosma go Tn -- Pru F' V , v s X ".. - t.. , . A . V -, ,. I J Ll. J - ,Xt .1 st Mi.. aug'- r -r I' Robert Frazier Amanda Freed Dawn Freeman Mllilr Gtlgtln Scott Gardner Kimberly Garrard T I Ge , I nc a gner Shannon German Michelle Gilson Jennifer Gingras Angela Wanda Ginn Chns Gladwell .lay Glover Mark Goldberg 1 l , . Pam Goldberg f' Ienmfer Goll John Good N t t... .... hui Ll k 92 X Freshmen l ti' Freshmen John Parker and Trey White anxiously compare schedules. ,f L p' I Lan If x . J L P' Y' Qrll WN I E I' l I A '-- - ' X . f z S X l lima .. r . t V"'l 41, .,., ,g I :J "JI-a Al Orientation Brent D geron m Chn Murphy, and Kann Malyas check schedules to sec if they have any classes togelher. " 1' 1' "YW Q: ' sv y X 1 Hin ' n I .A X , ... U An. 1 in " "'eff"" "' . 1 ' wx! Q +1 ' 'TJ I mul max .M L N ,, 1 , 4 N., N....d.X F' Y' ' lv 6 6" P" W' Illgix, xx 1.1 , 'H 1' 1' 1 W 'I 5 . -fy I N' '42 T ' -U' A11 Nfl V r W 1' , , A , f.-. .-. . ' X lu -. W. -A Alun' . hr A L N . k.l:'v'f1a.. '41 shlncn '23 - r O 4 ,. ' Q' Avi?" "' N. 1 .1 ' 'X .,.,....,,...... r A L33 'ir' l 11' 1: 'Ar 'A or ... Jimi.. l 1. " . fh.....:g. ' 'Amin' U ll 'I 'kia V r V 1. r ,.iiQ'i:i.'i.. Fl 332- 1 i L 9' f r sl WQ o. l.t,-l....t. A .4 ' L QQ RN Pviis lik d.lI -.. Slux l..Uk' Hcarhcr l.n-srcntr. l llldhtih ll: Nlonitu Lchrnn Jennifer lAdlow f loc Lcc xx Xlarr lc: - Tum lcgms - A ,. Sheila lxwrs Tum Lewis Fred Lrndavcr Nl 'hacl Lrndqucsl 4 Cnx Lrrrlc , Sc-ur Lrrrlc Nlrchcllc lnggrns lananc Lnmpcra '4 Adncnnc Lnnderrc I. LL fx' F A Xt' 3 A wt. V 1' . uajlu A F ' ui ,g x " ""' A Spectrum of Talent Freshmen Add a Little Color to Activities 94 X Freshmen Those Freshmen! They were everywhere . . . on the field, in the halls, on teams and in clubs. The amount of their involvement had a signifi- cant effect on all types of activities, from sports to class to clubs. "French Club wouIdn't be nearly as successful as it is." commented Miss Margaret Oakley. "The Freshmen constitute the majority of the enrollment and they add so much to our organization. ' ' While the Class of '89 was an integral ofclub and class activities. they participated in sports and cheering at junior high schools. On any given day in the fall. it wasn't unusual to see the burgundy and grey of Great Neck Junior High Schoolg lndependence's red, white and blue: or the orange and blue sported by Lynnhaven athletes. "Although they represented different schools. the Freshmen worked together as well as any class l've ever sported." said Mrs. Kim l-lux. With such a diversity of skills and backgrounds, the Class of '89 had a lot to offer, and as sophomores, next year they will under the Green and Gold to continue their history of ex- cellence. 54 Y F 4 1 '17 .1 . '1 V .s . . ni , fi c ,Q eg L. J L.. Q. Y "' .if 'Y F K, K. n 1 In 1 M 1 rf v , Q 1 Y' X. A F' Q 'W 'W . N1 ,- Tx 1 x' .. xx ui 1 1 Lua Q lLEh:i'ni.'-'-AJ 1 I I 1 ' 1 W "vu K1 -- Lf. K I Q ' ll un uf 1 f jk f J: , r L X uk . ,- , 1 r ..' , 3 ,IIT Ivgl nun A 's l. N1 l .li la N1 x' R f x ' iff..-rxtxl T4 A -F. b-X maxnx A D Ml-. k4:: 'T Ll ' . F f ' Tr ' N' f M P' N A a R, N' K. , v f y 1'nr:.fL:h. Hum: NI b Kun N115 I L Illlll. an lx -I nh In nu h yxrh ku nc may Hull H lfrcslnnzum As Far As You Can See The Freshman Float lakmg llllo account the lact that last year s tToat wasn't exen considered a real tloat. the freshmen float. illustrating the Homecoming theme ".-Xs Far as You Can Sec". was a vast im- provement in several terms. Overall. they were proud of this accomplishment since it took time. patience. and loads of cooperation. Looking at the float. one wondered whether they were on an island in the middle ofthe sea. or in Virginia Beach. standing behind a wooden pirate ship. There were five students clad in pirate suits and waving swords. The crowd was treated to live entertainment as two pirates ran Casey Moms alongside the float, chasing a knight. The wounded knight and the dead knight on board symbolized the Kellam Knights. the Falcons' prey for that evening. The turnout of volunteers to work on the float was impressive. Of course. the class officers were there. but still more turned out to lend a helping hand. "l thought the idea for the Hoat was pretty neat and l'm glad l could help with it." says Lisa Crutchfield. "Now this is how you do it!" says Kevin Brooks while Arron Spence decides to watch from a distance. r' ir- ru 77' T- r Mark Monnando 4 4 a ' I ' Nlichcllc siafai... I' ' ' 'W 2 i Jennitcr Moran - ' , 1' F 'L Tracey Moore ' 4 Thea Moore " . - .. y Slesvn Monte A ' I L W d ' Fancy Moore s ,Y , - A N N Q, we fs 4 a M-I f a R -5' I 4 - K , 7 f Shandra Molin Dayld N10hlCy K Lima Munje - - , ,, " " " tx - Catherine Minkowski c . . ' i , Qs X'-1 M Suzanne Mingcr ' ' - 1 - Rohan Mlllhcr ' Kublt N1Ul'I'ls Y ' sifimaa siamc X ' f Sara Moms-in l -. tk, . Ai i v Kevin Moser fhnstinc Murphy Kathryn Munay Latanyas Murray Gily Nahun Khnstina Naya Brad Nicholas Mchssa Nolkcr Alyse Norville Fred Oconcll Ann Ogle Heather Olsen Valenc Orsino Lisa Overton Chnsnne Owsiany I-among V Q V Sang Pak or 1 r Agnes Parker P lohn Parker Allon Pascual - - ef Richard Pcntler lov: Perclliustanianlc Dean Perry Allison Pickard mm Pierce ' Kris Pierson .. l fi" T" -, ' 'W' H A. ull, gg W 'WY' F' 'F' lcff Pohl Slc hanic Post W?sdyPoswn I 1 " ' Ricky Pouliol ' , Missy Powell ' ' Scan Pmdcn rr.-. i..- JA Q . e 4 . f.. .'Z Q ci-' - ?' . .vp '. i Kia-L li r .. . 3 'fs' -. 1 -, O ' 1 I Mm- muy , 1 X Haney Raltcnsperger Bnan Rancy .., . 1. I. 96 X Freshmen 504 F- r 'lik ln hupcx .HI wnruxmg rm' Lrg-.nurml pr L Rumnn Rl-hcnwrm NLM' X.1lL-uv l r N1.1rxh.1ll. Ln.: Lrul.!1IauIJ wp Hcxxlhcr kcllum Suu!! Cgwurl. I1 lcnny Abkulc 1 both-1111 uw .1.!HiL'ff1L'U x PCYNUJNXUHIUIUHUCIML'UIC vudgcx 17 L l'h.uru.nn.m lknhrxrn R.-hcriwrm Q1 xx her cnlhummxm by hclpmg un thu :L ' 1' "gy ' r Y q1:: , L': 1 R ' LJJ jr' , A A '. S W L1 Lu 0' I uo0" 'gif' 31 K ni V 1 vs r I fl Wx s 4. . ' 1 'W 1 -J -. s 'f 1 . . I 1 'I ' N X n X, k VW' V' . k . lg ., 1 . -A A k. k N N 1 ls . X' .I N1 x I xx.-. v. N1 N.. k. x.x, k KJ",-. h X,.x- N ix .kR. 'cshmcn ' 4 I1rwmm' Nwhn Rn Nvkulwxukl U.mnx Nur-ik.: Xnuclq Npxznh 'ur--ru Sym-mc lD.n ld Nprmcr Ilnui Xp!--uw Xrihur Squirt I4-rn Nmblcx lcrrx Smu- llrrg Sup: Julm Sl.mh-n l,nx.1 Slcclc I-my SICIWICIN N1u.hcHc Nrcphcnwn Vclcr SICFIIHQ Suu NICIICI Hnkkx Nlcxcm Vhru Nlcxcnx lirmc Slcx-nur! Kclly Nlcu.1r1 Iwm Smnucun NN Ill Suggx Slum: Sunumvsrlm l--dd I.1bun llnq I .m1r.u Niark Lnunncr Hunger l.nI-br R-sh l.nI.vr 'Xnncuc Icrhnu lhvm Imlclwunn Un.: lhnnmx imnh-n lh--umx Punk fhumpwn Rum Ihrm Lzkvc ludd IAIIIITV- I-'llxc Rub T-wnmcnd Du.-dx Trunmcv Nhkc lnpp kL'm1.nlI lullx -Xnlhwnx lumrr 1 hm Iumfr R--rum! Iumcr llmusllv: lu.a1--n Sh.mn.x lumcr Tm.: Tyler N1.m X .alarm Nucl N .mdcrucrkcn Tndd Xqngcluuc Dun.: N .mn Shcllx N .ml Prnun Namy Xurullc Inc Xcladu 98 Freshmen V n g' ms..' 1'-' J 0' f Q-.. ' -4 ' 4 4' 4 J Pr, . ' N 4. -.. , vw Q ... K l E N , Q , 1 Al 5 1 ' .u . Dm i 4 l H 3 5 l l l i V, i l j i i l i I h 'PF Onward and Upward .Freshmen Start Their Climb Freshmen -they can be seen all over. taking part in the summer scene. You saw them loung- ing at the beach, catching a few rays, or just checking out the sights. Dark, sun-bronzed surfers caught the waves showing off their surf- ing skills. Behind Lynnhaven Jr. High School. hoards of them waited patiently for their chance lat the skateboard ramps. t A majority of freshmen spent much of their i ffree time at the mall. They went shopping for inew school clothes and other necessities of any lteenager's life, such as the latest record or this gmonth's magazine. Meeting friends and just ihaving a great time is mainly what they were 'concemed with. Much ofthe time. simply look- ing for something to do enabled them to pass iaway their time. IA! the beach, Ricky Pouliol catches a wave. l ir r' As is true every summer. the movies was another "in place" to be. To see mox ies and to be seen at the movies -that was the thing to do. "St. Elmo's Fire". "The Breakfast Club". and "Pee Wec's Big Adventure" were among the top favorites. " 'St. Elmo's Fire" was the bestf Why? "Rob Lowe. why else'."' commented Amanda Freed. So the summer passed on. and it was time to retum to a 7:30 to 2:00 schedule. Looking into any class, one could see them slipping into a reverie of the past summer. Now their days would be filled with math problems. grammar. and trying to find their way around a new school. Ah. those lazy summer days! At Godfathcrk Pizza. fellow ireshmcn reach out for more than a second slice . . Monique Docktork nose. . 41 A BF! l4t.iw Xt H.-iiixic N I-xl X titers. X laura X lriiiiilev XX l k1.tiiNk,.iii .1 lcll W.ri.1.'i'isL .i ' iv' fr 'ir' j . ii. if, B M 0 N. A Ju 1 I k L F ! , . X F' 'f xxx! f"wfJ"'7"' 173 l N I N 8 NI Ki lt Ai'h.lD.f.u MD. .L V' 1 ...ui ml 7. t lun NN l aura NN Nm.: XN l .uri ' X5 Nami NN l.ii.i4 BS Hratl NN Nl L NK Nl Y ll Nl K1 NNI Nah NN l A.. in lin NN! Li...-ith X Kiiila W ilux NN l'.',s N . t ii Wiiidi 'Wtlrflulu Ityha ,, N 5 V . M.-1 1 N . l.i.i NN .,t.. Xt. NK lin X! N X K NN nxlan' r.:., N..n.L K ,H SN -ei- Ubi! Wm! Nl..- run, .',..- r. t..- lircslinien 99 l UI lnixnxrd l' Hrlukcll Supcllnlcmlcnl nl Sull-mls E' 1 f , 'fx X .sm ' A is YQ cr-- 1' L' -3-QQ 111' TV' W f'-',,. W Dr Hurlcllnc D Kurlcn N,1r. phlhp William, Mr. Michael W. Porter ,-Xssnsmrml Prlnclpdl Assmanl principal Assistant Principal 100 X Faculty .Philip Williams and Mr. Michael Porter seem dismayed Mrs Lottie B NN aters gi'-cs a speech pr.ns.::g the nrst nine lat the action in one of Cox's field hockey games. weeks' honor students in the sen.-yi s audiIol'.a't. I t he Q - .3 ,L ' 1 , Q Hg' ,I "i r AL., 1... A-42' e ' i zz - JA, 4 l' 1-Q ' I.-e' . Q .. I gust. - Q '..' ., p , Q sh , r , L . g '- -'ta- N ' S .'s. ,va 'Q-. 'X ' ' While vacationing in Montana this summer. ltr lluiletiiie Klflvn 9-lopped to pose with her catch ol the day I 5 , I ' i . G 1 n I E cellenc in All Areas . . . Starts With the Administration lt has been three years since the new Cox High School opened. and our administration has con- tinued to enhance its reputation as being one ol' the linest high schools in Va. Beach. Mrs. Waters was commended lor the es- cellent job she has been doing as principal ot' our school. She was presented with a gold plaque and received the Va. Beach Association ot' Educational Ollice personnel's "Administrator ol' the Year" award. "During the three years that we hayc been in the new building, I have seen the student body adjust more each year to the new lacility Students are no longer awed by the sire ol the buildingg instead. they now have a sense ot pride in it. The excellent acadeniic and extras curricular accomplishments otiour students hay c helped to build school spirit this year to thc highest peak that l'ye seen at Cox lligh School." said Mrs, XYaICI'sc Cox also acquired a new .tsslslalll principal in addition to fylr Willianis. and Dr lsarlcn. Nli Michael W Porter is the new est assistant NN hen asked about his adiustnient he said, "So tar. l'ni haying the best ycarot niy protcssional career great school, tantastic people, teachers and students, and the best adininistiatiye conipan ioiis one could eyei wish toi l dont think lint supposed to be haying all this tun " Faculty lol Guidin Faces Pillars of ur School She tulled your mom yyheu you get srely She gave you change lor a dollar when you llc rssued you your parltmg sucker. needed to eall home. lhey sem your tr.mser1pts oll to eollege. She put an lee pack on your knee and soothed lhey typed up memos ol' pertmem you yyith loying sympathy. mIorm.mon 'l'hey wrote you letters ol' recommendation. all lhey helped you search lor relerenee hooks. in hopes ol' great achievement. NN rthout them. yyould you haye lynoyyn yy here So next time you ask. "What has Cox done to lookl' for me'."' No one really knew hoyy much they do, Read on and you shall see. VXRN XNNI HRXN Nutr t'I.xr'. . 'rrr tfys . rryss s tztt l uni IUN1 t I'l'l l W rt rrr.. 1, rrm.t' Ihrethrr' lINl1X!1XXlN 1 rtlxt l. trlt .' l ot r'1s-' lor l rryt 's yryorls .mtl 46? ,av v" +461 ,,,- Mrs, Barbara Malla pauses a moment to gwc a hug smile for the camera. v WARN ll-XRD! N rl xhmruanr MLRRI N IIHHI ttiuulantc Sctrctaryl WARE ill NRE ytnuxdante Vounselorr 5 mtv" 'H l'-XN1 HUIXBPUSS rl,1hr.xry Vlerkl l yl R-X Hfbl INN! ID - ltllllte Nlanagerv ll-RRY lUNhf ll ll'1t.xrl.1r14 102 X Facult AR nl my l 1 I nu: fi 1 .. ,, 1 f I ' 1 L f .1 , - Y e' 5 'UV' 'wx ' IK 1' A P "'- 4 A ,I X I whllc n.ULHHlYlg mum". H-RFB-RRR LNNNS1.. JUAN Niifiill 151 N3-rv g -Q 1 --1 Ax.: . -L HIIAHI IH E1 N1.!4h.lff N X Q' lHlKINAN1.NXN1RkA in an x V Rmihlkl-x1MtNx 1.,.4L fn -. 1 pi.n.'.5 g.-,Z !ra.!.'5 mul ,xx L.lNHPllln1x m--.,1.U.:n x V .9 .9 ' -4 ' ave f 1' 2- ' R. I S, 2 N kk! M Kklhhhx-L1 If L W rxurmnxwxin x.. Mklxlxlklxut N..A x r-..w,, uv. -, .... A . -. . . Q5- 'wx 4 1-' Sri r . I Q lin N N15 lhcrcm N1.N.xr!!.x!.x EM' 'N -vm f v 0ut ide of School Teochers Are People, Too lt seemed that teachers were never seen any yy here hut in school. They just spent their time thinking of interesting ways to teach the material to their students. One would even think that all their spare time was spent making up quizzes and grading papers. Contrary to this rnisconstrued belief. many of Cones teachers could he found at auctions: in Nhll l IS All XANDHK 'Mech Drawing' sails .ind plays tennis st.-utot-s-xnctx'k it-ngissi l.lYll.A llAlSt'll f 1Spet l-d bplays racquet lull and Uayels 2 Cs ll'lN BANDX tlhnglish ltlAire.1ds and exercises l-XRRN lll'.C'Kl'R - ttiernunt lolLsl.tnsCs Seashore State Park. running. sailingz riding hikes1 playing tennis: skiing: and gardening. Other teachers. however. like Mrs. Gardener. Mrs. Newill. and Mr. Rode really enjoyed being with their families. Not only did the teachers have outside inter- ests. but some also had been in specific activities. For instance. Mr. Hank Armstrong has refereed college basketball. Ms. Betty Woodhouse has done art exhibitions. and Mrs. Don Martin has run in marathons. Mrs. Vesta Cruser has written children's storybooks, and Mrs. Neola Waller was awarded "Virginia Mathematics Teacher of the Year." Q9 Gia S7 X"-f MARGARET Bl:CKNlER - - llrrenchl s.f4'5 enjoys classical and pau music WILLIAM BUYLI - tfhonisu Al. BROWN -- tNl.ith Analysis! l.YNNl-. CARSON -- thtrth Science! NANK'YC'RtX'Kl1R - 1.-Klgehra l. Geometryi has a new grariddaughter Q Y k PAM CUMMINUS -lEl1gllNh QA-l ISI logs, plays golf and snovseskts MARTHA DAVIS - tlznglishb INGRID DICKIENS - 4Algehra Il. Basic I. Analytic Gcom isevss. reads. trascls JANET DOMAZOS M 4GeometD. General Matht cnyoys canng for children SUSAN DOWNIE - tlinglishl loses weight-lifting and reading 10-ANN lr.ASON -- tlhnglishl AMl:l.lA H:RMll, f ll' S History. Gos'tl TOM FISHER f- ifhcmistryi MARION I-'RIHJMAN YIRGINIA GARDNER - tSociology. L' S Ya History: loses hcing with her family 40" T7 lr.DW ARD GARVIE - ISpanisht ndcs his hike 1.540 miles a year Bll.l.Y GlTl',RMl'TH - 1Biologyi BRlDGlhT HAMPSUN IAP Vomputer Scienecr loses heing outdoors ll'DlTH HARRIS f tlinglish QI engoys crafts. the htach. and traveling THILRIESA HARRIS f- tSpcclal lid r cnwss-stitches. camps. and travels .. ' 1 .ln . 104 X Faeult ku V nr isis G-7 ,-4 16' it ala my 1' 9 1. . C"" Q-9 tr' Kar Mrs. Vcslo Cruser. a French teacher ul Cox. has wmlcn :hiIdren's slorybooks. E d ,- 'L i I is .f Q . 35' I1 r ' . 4 . 7' Q . I X 4 JM I nh I I 'L 0140- 7-0 Lx A AO IS I I N-- I b- ' ,,., Q .4. -y ga x . " 0 I no if S-4 I H fb J U' ,Q 1- 420' l.' ' . I 10 J ',Q 1 'v s 1.1 iv 5 I 'A . w 'I' I J L -A 'x 06 nl. l- '1 A T v I I.: .F 6 C F .1. I .ig 0 o 0 I . . MARX HXHKKANII It Inq-" nm- gx.nN:c',',s .mu - I - hffsl. ' I XXX IIXNNHRIII NIIIUIN HX! NI N if-if I I I A LI IL! ' Nev' as Nu" 54x -.,' x r ":r1.n:.- 'N gv .JA nKR1f1IIliLIN I - A '- 1rxI'fxlIx N11 XKI Hvll KXU x.nLx Hx-NH1n'lN I-I xy wx-:M ..r 4 ,.' -41. Nm - .V v. Nr XllINII.kiIN N" ,MIIX-...,,.".1, NIXKY III IxII!N"N N ,A .,4w .',,.'J. ' NEXKN IINNZXN I . " I1 IIIN Nt Ik XV I I I X5--lm .. uc- ll I . xLNNN xvrx x. .,- RIN KNwNk' 5 I.. I xxmx Irxx Nx 4-- . . '- -.- x In hh! 'Nl N' N N 1 YK 'WINXIN ,hlx.n'hN ku. " I I.' -'s ,. kh'l un' :IIN "MXN 4 xxxmhx Nl K X ' I Rh! 5 Ifuculty III5 T cliou Ta k That Teachers Fulfill NN hcu sllltlcttls were home sleeping in hed on an ln Seryicesliay. teachers were expected to come to school with grades ayeraged. While students were husy munclting in lunch and gahhtng away with friends, teachers had to lseep a standing patrol oy er ey eryone and oversee that the lunch hour was running smoothly. When the two o'cloclt hell rang on Monday. students made a mad rush to get to the husesl howes er. teachers were required to stay' after for faculty meetings. or make up worki Just thinls of all the papers that teachers had to grade after school. then you realized that students were not the only' ones who look forward to weekends. Nlr 'fomiiiy l.aBarhera's patience seems to have run out. DUN MARTIN - ttlttice Tech . Business laiwl runs and rides a mountain hike ll:-XNFVH: MARYINO - ilnnh Sei I lowes watching her sons grow up SL SAN MAY - thiarkeung hi I plays raqucthall and scuba discs DlzBOR.-KH MONCOL - tGcn Business! dances Dl:BORA MOSHHK - tManne, lunh SCICIKCI loscs most outdoor actiyilies JIM ML'l.LARNliY NANO -- thnglishr loses wnting, mnntng, and photography DORIAN NIQWILL - tlinglishl plays piano and loves spending time with family MARIA oaxhs M tspamsm GEORGE. owrxo - twusfia oetsgraphyi lhNNIl1 LOL? PANGLE4. - tllistoryn X X e 1 N . KAII RlH'l,l- tlypine I llr plays piano and sews l'sX1Rlt'lsK RUIXERISUN :Basic I,Ili frads and enioys computers HUD Rl BI-N iScienceb KAXIHAXRINI- SAMHDRIJ Y il-nglishi H PTTUW SHI!-XF ttieonwtryu skis and plays haskelhall IIN1SNtDIXiRfXSS f rlznglishl YXNIPY SPIARRW ISpeual lrd rsails. camps. and seas NUXY Sl Vlos lliiolngxi likes traselmp. naturr study. and opera ROI.,-XND IHURNTUN tlilcxlronlesl IU!-l l'RAXN1N1l.I,l MX P Hisloryi cnioxs photography 106 Facult l 36. W V i 0" rv'-'- 1-'N fi Q-.., S, H Q I , L I 1 l lar .- ,l 1 ' Q- s 9 lg . l l i I i I 'Al a Monday aftemoon meeting. Mrs. Jeanette Maruno. Mrs. Kim Hux, Mr. Fred Ruben, and Mrs, Carol Hcllcn. lflUONClTllllClll.N1l Sylxcxlcr Snmh xtrcwcx lhv lllllN'lT.ll'k listen attentively. ol' uurrcnl cwnlx Q W. I 7. i 7' l .2-L 10' JKNlllx-N1xN Ullnn lu! l lsplnb' I ll kN1llllXUNlllrN!Ix- 1-51,9 'Mlm ll-'up 'rum l- zlnxkx' "..H,. Nllll-XWKIIIN ll'man .lf hc--urlu lumix uhh ard.-n-A l'll.1.X WANlll'u,lmIN ll, 1. Nuxmfu- lkkl Wkllks sw Nlll'lllNVNlllIl a,, .1 -.nfl nm, , .r.1.m..f r.. 1 nun un. nn. nm- v N .n:'..w-.-x.'p'.s.l115-a,! v .x L,x,,.y, I-1,,. NNN Wlll' Nh".. UKNIINNNIHIX l llllll Wllul'H1'lNI x x M.,-...1. .x Xll-Nl! but-1 M 5 I sl 1 1-...A 1.1, ,.- Mil-N Nl'hINl'MI1rN I lu-mme...-.1 ..'g, unxwluu. .x..,..,i., n.,...,. NNLYIUUIXB-lthhfrluun.. uhnlni, Illlusvnu-na-:flu llyhlllhaqnl-uno-u"m lfucully l IU7 . . . WITH HARD VVCDRK AND I-ICDIVIEVVCDRK Success is COG cercehT ihscirdTich dhd hihewehihe cercehr cerscirdTich," sdid Thcmds Edisch. Scme srrcve Tc imcrcve Their Timihdg some did ThdT exTrd cush-uc. Tc dThIeTes, success medhT d IeTTer ch Their idckeTs. GThers rdh ThdT exTrd mi ie, Tcc We scehT TUG exrrd Time ch cur hcmewcrk, cr wcrked ch ceiTecTihQ cur driwcrk. We wcrked Tcr cur dcdis, Wheh we redced cur iusT rewdrds, we cdsked ih Them. We were d creed dcdrig we were The Acdddmid. We succeeded g we fdiled. We sTccd cuTQ we clehded ih, WhdTever we did, we did cur cesT. The mar ins are sci. and vou're read To Biolo boardwork proved challenging to il . Y gy lypc. John Prodan, 108 ! Academics Ablwv. In k'hCllllNlIy lah, Ilkl fidllfll. lvllx l'N lk'lcy.nlr, Mm Ihlyyw IJINVN ,n Klum Mccks, amd Wvmlcll i'uwlu.n NCIIIN Ihr nun Ill llllrxln.mmn.nI u'l.nln-mx K Law Ivsullx nl ll popcorn t'KIX'llllll'lll 2-1 IIN-rmnimf.-1 N .. . lm' X lm'hnl1r limit. 4' Acmicnxmics HN va ti Wi s ' . -Iliff x It seemed that the winners of academic honors and the partici- pants in non-athletic extra- curricular programs were always the same. Moming after moming, the announcements called the names of the National Merit Scholars, Governor's School, 1 10 X Academics LJ --vw v . T I ' 19' ,ra 'X V-J W!!! 'Hive' The Best and the Br-ightes. Students Who Exeel delegates to Leadership Workshop, and seldom were there any surprises. These honors were meaningless to some students who wondered what their real im- ponance was. The importance lay in set goals and the commitment to achieve those goals. Committment was the key word, Governor's School and Magnet School for the Arts lasted for a whole month. "Govemor's School was an experience of a lifetime, especially since you can only do it once," said Sarah Ashton, who attended Governor's School at Virginia Tech over the summer. AI d both Governor's School an Magnet School, students took part . .I in concentrated classes in then particular field of interest whether il be dance, science, or the humani- ties. H1 N .cadcrship Workshop delegates. fbkllltllll C'lark4lopruwl'I1rnBmmuk.N1.1IlH.15dcn. urn Sink' jf. 5 fm .x,: 1 A ow, from lefll Susan Wood. Kelly Wnlxun, Run Copeland. Sc0llKv:cI1ng. Slcxcldncul. Ndllundl x1r,'Tll Sghwluxhmp NL'!Ul'TV,f..1.. mm: XX Hf: - f P-. ,t 1 lx viissy Tourgcc, Beth vonKolnnu, and Uma Marc N1iijCllC. and Knm Duxun uf.-rc Sumn Vuwd .md Niwrcl Sym-r.x ins : ,Q i QQ I 2.3, 36 u-'PN' i IIEHIUNI iq-l Vtnltrb Buys' Slam' PQIHILIILIIIIN XNt'lI.'l'l1llll Kmwllnu N N1..yufu N. In-1-I I--u Hn. Xu- 1---M vu-'I - NX 'w--N 5-.-ff -', .-' CIIUMIIII Halydvll, C'0Illlt.IQlIk, Sunil s.nn1w p,Ul1glp.llllx urn' Hmm Irlln IXNI IN II MII' M. ...ul NN,-.1 N1 n. lk.. N UWC. Murvl Sylunnx, .und lun Hllllllkk hlcn hnnmlm K hrs xl Nr. I.-1 I 11. X--711,112 1'1vlrIll.lll, knlhlxll lu-lim XIIIX lux-x N.nllx N1.llx fl lrll XIYIVN .Hui K.nlIu X ,, I ' , .' 1 .ln cum s I 'nw' V-' In 'V 'I '-:Mx lp I mu. .lu um nm luhrlm11.el1 .Luv Hull l .mx Hukvl .xwlxlx 1 I lh Iuumqrnl --11 hu ,fXl.INNn'Il.lI'K'Il ' -3 in IH" "-Xml lhcn ll Nwclll SM.-XSH"' cxplulnx Jcfl .-Xnmululcrunlcrl.lplcr1 112 X Academics 'Z 'D 'K it :L What s The Good Word? ,- - 'f . 4, . 4 6 va 5 ' Y 9 4 .K - 0 't lm O ' lv Q Iraq? R l t A '-4 -.aj xv. ,Q -5 P - . ' g f 4. .,1 E flgl1Sll frglc . At Busch Gardens' Old Country. you can move easily trom Germany to England or lrom France to Italy Cowes second lloor ollers such diversity. On one hall alone you might hear Senora Hilda Wilsons Level 4 students commenting on fashion in Spanish or Herr Larry Becker lecturing on the liner points of a "schuhplattler." The Foreign Language Department olilicrs Levels l-5 in Latin. French. Spanish. and German. While tnost students opt only forthe three years needed to receive The Goyernor's Seal. a dedicated teyy continue in the upper levels, Students take mandatory lznglish courses each year that they are tri. school. yyrestling yy ith enieizias like Iiflc' Utft yytt ttf ,lit ht tllfz .' It .'.'t ' ln addition to the required lcngl.st1 CULIFNCN. sltlcltllls .tlsst llakc' lllc' UV' tion ol choosing an electiye such .ts A-Xclyanccd Coniposttion, Public Speaking. Journalism. or llrama lhe slstlls taught in lpngltsh haye appltcations beyond tlie class rooms, Diana yan Xallo.-nhurgtz remarlsed. "l-,ngltsli is cfllelcti to eyery aspect ot lite ee college .ips pltcations and clear sell' expression in an tnteryieys Xou need it to surytye A' lrom the Ktng's lingltsh. to la lingua lan na. lialcon Country has it all af., , 4. I llllt'lll till lit-t Ivlt' l',ttti lltttti lit .ls l s. l lx' .i XM-ri.lctl.m.l K li.. s I . N .-Xcadetntcs l I3 By the Numbers Math and Business The "Real World" looms large on the horizon. particularly for those yy ho choose to bypass college and opt for employment immediately after high school. Regardless ofthe choice ofys ork or advanced study. business and mathematics courses are beneficial for the preparation of either. Technology influences nearly every aspect of modern life. and fields requiring math and business experience are wide open. Typing is an asset in almost every career today. With computers becoming so widely used. typing is practically a neces- sity of mastering the keyboard. A secretary would especially find this skill indispensiblcl typing also makes stenography and bookkeep- ing much easier. Accounting and math courses are imponant for careers in finance or engineering. Ricky Engel. a sophomore. said. "Math may be dull now. but it will be important for my future. " Although a geometry proof or a logarithm may seem irrelevant to 0.5 ,Q . ,ia l l l .A 114 X Academics 1 'f i TA. Oh. Gee "Why ean't I design as well in art?" questions Sandy Haselman. Attentiyely as she sits. Susan Dennis is a- countin' the hours left in school. the Monday through Friday world of the high school student. the dis- cipline and organization needed to find their solutions also result in a better organized and well dis- ciplined person. Morel Symons. a senior observed. "I feel that from my work in math l've obtained a good sense of logic, theories that are useful to many other courses and basic skills that will continue to aid me all through life." 5 ' ,icv J: 'If iihlb f I 1 4 DSU" Arr- 5 3 l , 1 XX se., 'EK .gflfhit FQ. rj X 1. is-, i--Y 5 L W 'IX NILTP .nlNUllu"KX.ll1IX-P01111 fl xx ux llL'UIllL'llX ax lllNl .xx ummm. .ax 'ful Xllfllllg' hr: xlmlvulx mu- lcnn nw Vw 'x yi if ' CNN. liuxf wx x . IJ X1.1n:H: -'Y cauicnmics Independent living student Shelia lligems works on Independent testing lntsliion Mcrcliaiidising student Nlonica tiunii works on .1 new display Frequently. students busily rushing from class to class were confronted with the tantalizing aromas ol goodies baking. The delicious smells were due to the cooking labs in the Home lico- noinics Department, Home-Ee is tar more than just cookies. The competency based curriculum otlers a range ol courses such as Nlarriage and the Family. and ln- dependcnt l.ixing. Although Home liconomics courses have been considered primarily courses lor girls. more recently. the male enrollment has increased. The objectives ol' the Home Economics l I6 X Academies ff i ....ia. The Real World Home Economies and Marketing Education course offerings are to prepare any students for whatever the future offers. The Marketing Education program is a joint working arrangement between the high school and businesses in the community. such as retail or wholesale stores or service businesses. Students receive class- room instruction directly related to the occupation in which they are engaged. At the same time they acquire work experience and l'ur1ber training with the business that provides part-time employ- ment. Courses available in Marketing Education are Fundamentals of Marketing. Marketing. Advanced Marketing. Fashion Merchandising. and Advanced Fashion. The Distributive Education Clubs of America is a national organization of all high school students enrolled in Marketing Education. DECA is a vital part of the ME program. Opportunity is provided for participation in many chapter activities which will further the members' special inter- ests. ln Marketing class. Lori Bowers enjoys a light moment. i ..-iii 7 f inf I X ' . 0 1 4 5 . 'PQ 1 . Ai-,win P NLMJJI .lflnf Npnu xx xxYL.nl K.'.f1 N1.x.4w 1 H l Acudclnics I v , , 1 , N Nhkllle'Mlm'lxlhcl1n.nlllol1gul1u'nl "ul.on H 'lllx r4N1cNXx II Ilkllllll N1IIllll'lI Xl H11 xlq wx IIIU x U x N h xx' 'Q 'M f l "I ff' I NO 1 gl l I8 X Academics v..-,u fi -Q l Mark Peterson. Geoff Campbell. and Woody Ballew arc hamed by their progran A mrletx ol students yeamed ln experlenee hr th lexel. udxnnecd eourses Thls desnre was sntlxtled bx the mam .xdmneed placement deat with nmnx tdreerm AVP. Buologw Hlstorx Computer Suenee Cdltulux .md English. The szruellnsz hourx xpent xtudy- lng lor the uxllwe level cuursex left studentx bevnldered und lrux- trated Htetorx ns nmredibly hard A Cut Above Acaderrnegz J R X the euursex denmnded lon xtu X Lourses uttered .1tCnx. The eltrwex hnurx. 1UlllI'llllIlx'llh'lI nwnllx Nal K ull ll N l 1 lm' ll,elt'x lINh'!I .rltt nllxt lx , , . l wrnetnncx -1 make ttf' exel.r1ne N Fdvuardx. The grdmmtd n rturt tt Why are there xuth mind he nd lllg Ctlufxcsf' AD X l' Llux prepuredthe xtudenttnrthe ,Ile L enx ironment due tothe hun x ut rlt loud. not to mcntmn the emrn tl the end ul' the ycdr scored hrghly on the -- 39 Xl ! alt: 1 XX 'Lf' 5- Ptwtcr technology ns more ttrtng than Mark ln Music Apprccnatinn, Todd Cauvct gtvcs Purxtx expected a keynote speech. 120 X Academics 1 A I 1 l l l 1 l 0 I 1 l 1 D1l1gen1l1 al work. JOHN LLC,-XS ..1n1l Art 11.11111 d111'11ul1.11 N1r1 1111111111-J. 1111: JOREN FRliY create WOl'kS11l .111 11u1.lcn11 1111-.1 11- 111.1111-1 A ngw 1511151114111- Keeping In Tune -Q 'QCQV H ll i U A J 0 1 HIS All ATL Fr11111 lUIllllgl 11111 111 llllllllg lll s1ru111c1111 11111l 1111111 l1111l111g hilflllllllj 111 1'11l11r 111 l1.1r11111111 111 IIIUNIC. thc .-Kris Alfk' 111 1l111-1'11- .11 shudu ul thc NIKTIFUIII 11111l l1.111' .11 lllllllf 11111 111 llln' XR l11-1-I lndu1lr111l :KITS 1111 1'11u11pl1'. glxkhx sludcllls ll 1'l1.1111'1' 111 1l1111111'l 11111l 1111p1'1111' 1l11' 11.1111 l1lc1l11ll1 111 .1 1111'11111111.1I 11ppl11'.1111111 1'1111111'1 1u1'l11111111111l11111l1111g,1'I1'1111111111. 1'11111111u1111'.11111111 .1111l 1111-1.1l1 1c1'l11111l11g1 11lI1'1 .1 l1.1111l1 1111 111.1111 L'1ll 111l1111l111111111 111 11111l1'1111 .Nl 1l11'11ll11'1 1'111l11l 1l11'11.1l1' 1l11' N111111 ll1'p.1111111'111 11'I1111'11 .1111l pc1l1'1l1'1l 11111l1'1111' 11111111.11 1.1l1'1111 ll11' 111.111l11111' 11.11111 11.111'l1-1l 11- 11'y11111.1l111111p1'11111-11 111-111-11111'1l .11 l111.1l I111111111111 1111l1 .11 1111- Nflyllllll' l1'1111.1I .1111l .1ll 11-1-1l1.1ll lN'111' 1.1111 .1 -1-1111.-11 1 1 ' ,. ll1111111'l11l11 lu, g.1111c1 l'l11'1l1111.1ll11.1111' 1 11 11 llln 11111111 1l1'p11111111'111 1111111-11 lll.l1lll :.1I1 111111 111 ' 1111. 11l111'l1 111111111l 111 p1'1l111111 .111 .lllllLl.ll Luhllxlllllx pr11g1.1111. .1 l111l11l.11 11.11l1111111 ll11' l71.1111.1 ll1'p.1111111111 1 1 1p11111111111111pl.11 1 .1111111 1ll1 1-111 11 llln'l.1ll.1l11lll11'11111N11.1l11 ll11 11-1 111 . v :11 Ill! 111111111111 .1 1 l1.11111' 11- lx .111. .111 1111111111 ll11'.111'1 X111 ll11' X11 111111111l11111 1' Xl'.1"1 1 llllN 11.11 11-1111l111l1' X1 Ng-V11 1 111111.1111l X11 I X Illllil'-' N' 1 XII N1 .. 11, 111 1-11111 X11 1'111'1""1 11' ' 1 1.111 '1 ll1'l 111111 1l11' 111111l.11111':1..1 "1 -' .' 1 1 , x l1'.11111'1l1111l.111 5111 1l11'1' - '1 lllz' 1.1l1'1111 .11 111., llc 1l11'1 111.1 11.1 1.1 lll1'.llll1.ll 11' Z '1 X ll1111111l1.1111l .lfk .1 ,1 11 .. 1 ' 1 W .-11.1111111111 I .. I 122 X Academics Score! PSATS and SATS When you peered into your alphabet soup. perhaps you took your spoon and unconsciously arranged the letters to form SAT or PSAT. Well. maybe not uncon- sciously. After all. both tests were an important factor in choosing colleges. For many people, they were a ticket to their particular college choice. The letters SAT stand for Scholastic Aptitude Test. The PSAT is a preliminary test that A x -44 as A ' il O 'fi The PSAT's already bewilder Kelli Malloy. Studying for Trivial Pursuit. "Gooch" James checks out some literature. prepares a student for the SAT's. Said Mrs. Owens. a guidance counselor. "The PSAT is a barometer for how well you will do on the SAT's." Through high scores..one could qualify for numerous scholarships and grants. The most well-known scholarship is the National Merit Scholarship. The contestants were chosen by their PSAT scores in relation to a median of the highest scores. l800 students were given 52.000 scholarships, which can take a big chunk out of rising tuition costs. So although you may have looked at that little SAT booklet and thought "So what?" you should definitely study it. After all, in a sense. your future, yout next few years and therefore the rest of your life may depend on it. Of course. whether or not you go In a good college may depend on what scholarships you can win. B-lv M. l9l.S-85 'TTI' flNflQ'UOC3 A ' 'ii' HNSM 'NHIQNIHI lt lu' nail. 1 l Hur whmfl IN prcyurzng uvllcgcx Ann blccnburgh PUVIJCFN gCllll'lg lnm L N A ,JN lm fr-,kj wx! ' zhupwx 'Ill' Ilvllh' HY Uh m11n.xl. caulcxniu IIB The World Inside and Gut c' ,' ct .si icirtl tvtitttlios qu id Hoiotioee lt's not unusual to xxallt by a Senior goycrnment class and spot a local politician spealstttg to the classes. 'liltls year twelfth-grade classes were treated to pre-election speeches from Bob Purlsey. G. William Whiteliurst. and Meyera Uberndorf. The government classes also participated in moclt elections and campaigns. The daily work included those infamous currentseyents quizzes. and "Have you read the paper'."' was a common question among Seniors. The Social Studies department also offered a choice of freshman and sophomore courses. one of which is the new World Cultures course. in addition to World Geog- raphy. and World History. Juniors studied American History from its fotindation to the present. A number of Cox students opted for the Advanced Placement American llistory course which offers an opportunity to gain college credit. Electives in the Social Studies program include Sociology, Psychology. and International Relations, The Science Curriculum con- tinued to expand and diversify beyond Biology, Earth Science. Chemistry. and Physics, Not only was Advanced Placement Biology offered again. but a new course. Marine Biology was made available to students for the first time. Periodically. Audrey Hemandez and Jenny Zook glance at the chan in the chemistry room. Blowing things out of proportion. Charley Hubentala focuses on Biology. 124 X Academies I ,Li QI 6 I 'sn Council woman Meyera Oberndorf explains Judaism. I pp-111 AC' L3 xxygf li -LJ' Q4 Q' li 'I 0 ! A t' lx D '4 X. i :C o lNlU!'f ,hw X-pcm up .4 new xxx-rid zur Lundy Cemlu k.xlunul.1I1r1UwI11ur Rwslc N10.-ru xwrgx nf' Ufl JPhfN1xN lab bb nl AJ' an 0 N -x ' - .JI D - .-4 , 'S I. . YI ,.4 N -:fa I 5 'L 09" Nul IllNl L'-um' llu--uvlx llnr m.'h.-n- l N1.lkkk'lllIx' Luk.-N un .u IM.-I.-fx lun.: lla I un Xl ll Xu ll xx ml X1, SCJ '.N N fx . x x' 'Q . K NVIIJIIU pI.n xl up an N1.uam U.. rx.: n.., I -Q ' A --J ' as I ' -' I' s N -Xcaulclnics IIS . .. IN GREEN AND GCDLD We Teilee ehe sweeTee Ter seeeess. We Teek TNG heTTer- ihe, TNG ereisihe, ehe The eeih. We sufferee ehe we Tri- erhehee. Tvlesr ef ell, we were eeihe wheT we wehTee Te ee. Sure, There were IeTe hiQhTs ehe eerly rherhihes. Ne rheTTer. We were eeshihe Te reeeh eer IirhiTs. We reeresehTee The seheel ehe shewee The resT wheT TNG Feleehs were hheee ef, Iheivieeels' vieTeries heesTee The Teerh, ehe Teerh vieTeries heesTee The iheivieeels. If we IesT, we lesT wiTh prieeg if we weh, we vveh wiTh Qreee. The werk Wes eley, ehe we levee iT. x - 4 T ' El' , .'r K T f f-T 15 N ' . , .n ,' 1 - U Another save for Goalie Kathy Fosina! Sidelined by injuries. .lohn Dustin and Tony Lauro analyze the game. T- fihaizavtiref Every good athlete needs a good duffl 126 X Sports "1 eh! -B- I Yr thove: Going lor lhul low vollcy. Peter When the heal ol thc panic pol loo xlnmp. ' Hillman reaches out Donald l urry cooled down N i'N HTKQ 1vv'f11' . -A O 9 N ,-- , 1 VY P- . , gs- .gs-1 .V+ :QQ ju ul 0'f4'! h - I5-4 , 'X' , . ,.-,, 15' ,Y -1 ,f. ' 'v 1 -s , .uslx ..'.,'5v v . Whnl .1 lollom Ihr shui' 5-'v 4414 Q 'e'.' ugh . ' F O0 n I .num Cult!! N QL ,L 4 R -,fsqlasn -' Jrg .vxgls Spons I27 .Xt 'I PRI HU,-lRlJ Wad ' 5 . - J? W I liitlmii Rixcr N juz: . . J 1 , T 4 lsr-iiiiisqx illc , 4 'Ak,?. li 4 luke l.iyIoi ' ' ' l-1-I l'i'incess .-Xnnc I-5 l1ii'stL'oloiii4il S o NN cstcrn liixiiicli If X l'scll.iiii f ,A ll 'J tireen Run V5 litiyside N' lsciiipsxillc I l ft UUCP f'I'L'L'ix 1 l lllao Princess Anne 133 l'irst Colonial -, -lrl licllaiti , 4 ' ' A l-1--1 Green Run l 4 L A' I-5 Bayside I I X , 0 . Q: ' D I , '- '4 ' - .1 U Senior players Nlary like. Carolyn Willaiidt. and Mary :xff wi .fr N Nl.irtin . 4' v "'S1-- ' , , ' 1 ss' I Senior Mary like lakes oil lor Iirst base altcr u tremendous A " i 'f hll l0XSLlftlN CCFIICY lilCltl I ' ' i' fa , M..-Q. I V , s 1 i 1 .a -1:0 ' A quick change in strategy. Shelia Higgins sets up for a surpnsc bunt. Front rovtx Mary Martin. Man Fikc. Rene Meyers. Kristi Ritter. Kelly Wilson. Susan Wood. Heather McKinnen. Leah Kelly. Kathy Fosina. Stephanie Rohdenburg lmanagerl Back row: Anne Waite. Laura Edwards. Geraldine Maraia. Carolyn Willandl. .leri Friedsam. Caddy Wood. Shelia Higgins. Woody Ballew. Coach Koeppen. 128 f Sports A B QI 0 ' I v -wa La Fa CUI1 l 't' i .'fl'.T"1i'5f' 'P' . 'V X 1 Q VVlI1d X g Great Season "J l Last spring's softball team had several butstanding individuals including the senior tri- i aptains, Mary Martin, Carolyn Willandt. and ary Fike. Junior pitcher Renee Meyers, the 's most valuable player. threw strike after to lead the Lady Falcons to an excellent Placing second in the Beach District. displayed the intensity and enthusiasm characteristic of the Falcons. The oy erall quality of the team was clear when scy en or the players were selected for the Beach .-Xll-District teams. including Mary' Pike and Shelia Higgins. Due to the large number ot' returning players and many new prospects. the Lady lfalcons and Coach Koeppen were most eager tor the start ot the I986 season. NN ith .1lYCl1lCll4.lULlN suing. ktlsl1Rlllc1l.lk.'s.lcli it'-NY for I .1-NNY it .3 Q ' Q' is: f iqwunasanidho- ew-- .41l1.:-s0.'--- 'ft-.,.,,-4 E '-Q .MQ -Q61 ,.l? 0-to --- .h,.i,...s 3 Sports ,i's ls Ill? ral . ' H' ' ,gb-f' ...- -- - V 4 - . - 4 ,,,4... .0-0' ., -. -5 , ,. ,....1--' Q Y .- . Q - .. - '- ' ...Z -3 +.w".-5 .4-- L A 0 ,v. . 1-Pi- ' "' ' -' . ' , ,fu-. zi' Q.. ri' ' - . -up 4' -Wx , ... ' -Q-pr., Q'4'!."T'."f',' - ""'+- . -l,sc --j - - s 'I ,Q u 4 - tw .. , J V pg, ,-A., i. -4.5 , . .e,, 9,3-f"--:"a-snub-L -:. .. . . - ' :gl " .. 130 X Sports During the lfirxt Colonial match. Miki: Pituhcr lim Iicnn prcparcstothrtm thc ball Brown guards hu haw and his opponent. ,- N- . "' -A-ftlfb 19" ' . - Anticipating his tum at bat. Tom Boothc practices his swing. 115 ' Front: Reggie Moore. Pete Howard. Paul O'Neal. Mark Barker. Dennis McQueeney. Craig Sneed. Steve Howard. .leff Moser. Leonard Haddock Back: Paula Burlingame. Fred McKinney. Brian Winn. Mike Brown. Rob Cave. Lars Pierson. Greg Castle. Tim Fenn. Lan'y Mailhes. Tom Boothe in-ff' 'TV Wtrv , wmv N x J 'Lf X , t in N if C', Cf f Lf.. C, fats, 'X 'ff - 1 T Ni- ' K 1 B MX ,- fiwix' " R wt 'if 'Fw bl intra' ... L -..,iiQ-date ' u B- -2-1-if--A-1. - -'M ' l i i i s. " '., P' us- - ' "' ' ll ' .' s P A..-,Af .,. "" In - ff - i --5, .4 Q L 14' 'x 5 fi: I A . D- y --...xg - , 'fszf' ' " is ", . On The Ball BasebaH Smnngsln The Faleon's baseball season did not turn out as expected. The team worked their way' through the season under Coach 'l'oin Fisher. Led by eo-captains 'loin Boothe. lirst baseman, and Mark Barker, shortstop. the teani endured. Tom Boothe said he hopes lor a baseball scholarship to V.C'.U. Mark llarlter. who started as shortstop, said. "l ani eons to Action tetnplating a great season nest year A' Craig Sneed. C'os's inost xaluable player niade the All lieaeh 'leant 'lnn leenn. the le. inet yitelier lort'os. got ati llonotalyle Nlention in the All lleaelt 'leant lhi year will he a eteat yeat lxl s year yy as basically a lnnldtne yeat, next Pitcher I- I tn. J V ' . 1, rain -- 't' P, li ' B X I nl i 0 JV- ip " IG? k ' . . Moser hot in .tetlikl SCUREHQMRIJ v l-9 lsentpsxille 2,5 Prtneess Anne tt-l l-trst Colonial -1-S lsellatn 5--1 Green Run -1-6 Bayside 6.-1 Kgmpsy tllC 5,6 Prineess 'Xnne 3-6 lntrst L'olonial , . - w lsellatn fs-A Lireen Run ty- l Bayside Sports Determination The Mark Gf A True Runner The outdoor track team. though working hard and practicing everyday. achieved only a l and 5 record. Their spirit was not diminished however. They kept a stiff upper lip and limber legs for competition. The teams determination was admirable. and they kept up the hard work throughout the competition season. Half of the girls team was comprised of retum- ing team members. The boys team numbered about twenty competitors. all of whom made strong showings at the several meets. Though not a a year for victory. it was not a year for defeat either. All team members worked hard and refused to give up. 'ix 'HAH .. 132 X Sports fn W, . 0.4" 'fajjf' gf, tv.. I '-v ' gift' I -'Pr A Q' ,, V, l . . jg.. ff."g lt takes hard work and much practice lor team members like llwayiie McNeal to win . ,v , - . ' l.,r fl A E ' , ', Q I ,fn ' ' ' rl l , is 5!.uLl'. ' MY Stretching out before practice is one cnicial step in the tracy teams strive for excellence. 5 Alone on the track, Jackie Stantield puts in the extra time fc' improvement. I' Za SUP- -v""-'4-' - ' - . 2 !,f ,K ' -Cry , Q ng' '.. , - -' -, - --'n --...f 'w - Q . A , .I . -v, X4 " , sf UC-1 "Q 1' 4 J Q-. 'A .-,1 4 th . JW 0 I I ' 0 - -. f ' ..', , .,.- , Jxaf 4, .., T- Q, .ll- .g-5 "-' 1'-.qi , -ff., ' lit " - asf? 7 N7 5 fi. f".' : Q?-aizccift a 1 1- iq: ":-. 4-if x Q ' 1 4 ' ,?, , gg, -. ' 0 lr: ,".o.. .'e.' 9 . ',,-' 'Q bp '0: ,A as-ggi., I -41' Cl no 44, Q-s it -Q J vi ..z.v?L:. 'fx 1 1 J1. ., ,' In uni A,? l l i Q -. U X - ln1xnc!nrm.xc:'.1ur 5."!!N.x!1. wppvncru III the :mln rulq. I lu! lr!! lining hu JH, yum-11 Sk--H kwlumg .1 lf. u ol! .4 wan lxtl lunmr Jmknc Snmm-Id pmuxnlix .m.m- ru I!!! mclcr duh X w Ul lllllklkklk l Ink R..ulX1..w X Ill' 1H'x Kvlfv-'T' N414 K l,n " N1 . 'n . N' N Ncllxrr l.msw kvlm l.n.L1.'N1,-"H .' R 1 I V . ull! l!.5.xlluu1NN.uu NLN..x I.. v.xN-L.- lx,.N Nflkr Ngl'.U:.x'1 t " - TJ. "' K -F N' Mp lx' IIIHN INV! Kun I lv ,. N1.N.,. 1 , K N Nlq-h.x1':r Nhqx I l-w.- N., ' Ng- 1. '--- Q IM XLR: XJ ".u.k.' K .vm NH - x.... k.-X Sports Preparing .1 fuss ls l,i1 Jones . - n ' - ' "1 - ,, 5 :sinh-A 'i.'F' 'n L'A. ,,-- sLg,g.,.o4g, 5:Ma...'---P-5 nn - SCOREBOARD 6-I Green Run 3-l Bayside 0-I Kempsville 4-0 Princess Anne 2-l First Colonial 3-l Kellam I-2 Green Run 3-l Bayside 2- I Kempsville 2-0 Princess Anne 3-2 First Colonial l-3 Kellam lFronll Goalies Cheri Sike and Liz Prodan. lMiddlel Suzie Hall. Dawn Fraioli, Lori Grubbs. Beth Rose. Liz Riner, lBackl Kim Tamarez. Erin Walsh. Stephanie Shupe. Liz Jones. Allison Bemier. Sue Ellswonh. DeeDee George. l34 if Sports wh,1c,xl1Nln Bcrmcr nuns for the hull. Alcsiu While lends an hack-up ,ll V, ,H fr A"1,'. 'lv kg C -.SSL-:kg I 4 ' L., ':',k. V . 6' 'Q5 ' 1 l l FanCY Footwork Girls Earn District Title The 1984-85 Lady Falcon's soccer team could only be described as a Cinderella story. Not hav- ing enough people try-out to have team cuts, the Lady Falcons knew they would have a tough season ahead of them. Under the fine coaching of Ms. Terri Sawyer, the team soon began to come together. Ms. Sawyer, in only her second year coaching, found a winning combination. Senior captains Stephanie Shupe and Kim Tamraz, along with Dawn Fraioli and Suzie Hall, provided team leadership. Junior stand- outs Kristen Epperly and Erin Walsh ta transfer from W.T. Woodsonl added to the solid team play. Sophomore goalkeeper Liz Prodan was also a major contribution to the team. The Lady Falcons ended their regular season with a respec- table record. At the end of the season. Cox was tied for first place with Green Run and Kempsville. After defeating both teams in a dis- trict play off, the Lady Falcons won the district title. Cox then advanced to the regional linals. but lost to Maury by one point. Last year's season tumed out to be very productive. The team should be promising once again with seven retuming players for the 1985-86 season. A 14' I div ,JF L-'J p P Cf' Q0 041 ln." s- -' While teammate lirin Walsh aggressively heads tht- hall Lynn Nelson and Allison Hcmtcr look on in preparation to mist. -..:.'.w I n U 4 i SpUHSf I35 l Awaiting the outcome ol' his opponent's head-butt is Ron' Copeland A i OL, Q N . '10 Q I FN .ll NW s os. "' Wx " 'sl' N!! A q,,,, ss! ,IO Y mx . 4' 1 oxq.br .six .L 'A . .W A O ' . ng Q' - 'ii' .'lw-54i.- ,Mrs Q .Xl ' ' 1 ' -A i - I ax' - . . ,.-. 3. . ln, I. 1 5 Q - If 1 4 . -- . .f-..-J re r'-1 ff- . ti ' I 4' QA ' 4 ' sus-V - .- ' I 'iw ,. ' ,Nui i ' lu. , 1.4-W. 'K' ' F. N , 1... 't li' 'ilrf ,dx ' u ' - 4 K' X wg.. 1 . . :Amin A.. E' wig.-. '...4l.d.A. .' Q AJ 'H W . L. V- y 1 e ' AX 11,3442- 1' y""'!. nn." L - " ' f" H J YQ A Up- G" X Q, ""'.' st"" Q '.,. .- -- Xa -e-wr' jgtzzat ..f f 1- , .- t X ' - -iq ,A - - J I - if I 'S sq... ,,. - ' . ,, P- f , go- . .w fp ---T - 1 f-fe-L . .J cy . -- . , .e"-'f' "A" " -- -1' ' ' T -- 213' -5 'Q-4.5! ' - -'ai'- A ' ':TaQ- 4, -'-Q' ' --5-' an .- "If '5'o- gm' J' I 4' . -H ,LQ-?'4 :-:' ,J ' N"-.1 I xi. - , ,, . W . , g . .4 h , . - v - xlffc, 1 4 . .. Kwan . ,un - . .. Displaying one of his specialities. Tom McNicholas heads the hall as First Colonial opponent Andy Kee looks on. 136 X Sports The Team T Goa Pla ing for Kicks if Under the guidance of Coach Jim Snodgrass, the I984-85 Cox soccer team had an impressive season suffering only defeats to co-champions Green Run and Kempsville. ln compiling a I0-4 record, the Falcons defense registered nine shut outs while the offense scored twenty-three goals. Honored for their performance on the field were Geoff Campbell and Dave Johnson who were selected to the lst Beach and 2nd Beach District teams. "The team was younger than most of the teams we played. however. we demonstrated skill equal or above our adver+l sary." said Geoff Campbell. "Next season will be a prime season for thcl team. We will be older and stronger. Coacll Snodgrass is an aggressive coach, and we will bil number ONE!" commented Dave Johnson. Also recognized were Travis Leathers an Tony Goode for Honorable Mention in th-if Beach District. Look for the Falcons to be V! strong contender in l985-86. l l n l V l . ,.nu1,.gif"' 'FY qua-I ' .. 4602-"2 ,Q ,- 1 9? 9.6- ,2 f Lars? ah. .'t--A -A v :sqm ' Q-gr, . at-'dl' -l 'Eur --, v. 5. ,, . 13' ' .i"-- - ,,- I . H.. 4 . fi."ii ' '12, 41 QQ I ,3-'Q' J- - JL. L X- .,-. , 4- 'I-.. III?-I 455 . "raw, -rf 395 alms.. I Qu'-TFA. ...H I Y '-.2 i Fmnl: David Framscn, Geo!! Campbell. Rm1l'upcI.md, Swu Van Gcluwc. Wall Moore, Mnkc Krcndcr, I-.nk Rucll. Dun Spencer Back. Harlan fun y, Ted 'Iran-Isla-ml. Iknul Vhm l0ff. Dave Johnson, fhns Ilnlqulsl. I'.auI Iluylc, lmn gNuIlnl,n. XXIII I5.uI1cl. Huh' XNh.1lcx Imxl- lc.: IIN! KCIIII I'mIc, Inm Ii-uxic, I'.nuI N1.nIl.n, Nu-ll Niuzl-uk IIIJILIIII I mm, I muh NIIINIFIANN .31T'TN , Chnx Halqux-I g.unx qonxrul ox me ml. I-wr nw w SC '0RIiBl HRD -1-3 Great Brxdgc 4-U Maury I-U First CoIum.II I'U BJFNIJL' U-3 Grccn Run IU KclI.xm II-3 Kcmpn xllc I-U Prlmcw .-Xnnc I-U First L'oIun1.1I 3-U Ihyxxdc V6 Kcmpxxxllc I-U Ill'll1CL'NN .-Xnnc 0,2 lirccn Run 3-U Kcllqm Sports 1 I 37 A Lot of Racqu t ets District Title lihe hoys' tennis team rolled to its second consecutive Beach District Cliampionsliip. Cruising along with a Ill s record. thc lfalcon netlcrs suffered a surprising defeat at the hands of archrixal liirst Colonial. only their second district loss in two years. llowexer. the lfalcons revenged their loss when they met l-'irst Colonial again in a playoff match. Cox prevailed tw-3 due to strong singles play by juniors Lou Ngtiyen and .lim Youngberg. sophomore Michael Davis and freshman Michael Jaffee. The win was secured when seniors Hunter Tully and Lou Nguyen won their match at the third doubles spot. thus sending the lfalcon netters again to the liastern Regional Toumament. The Falcons' number one player. Peter Brinkman. completed another outstanding season by finishing second in the district and regional toumaments. Other team members with outstanding records were Lou Nguyen. Michael Davis. Carl Trafton. and Hunter Tully. Freshman Kevin Segerblom added strength to the number three doubles team. Despite having only one senior on the squad. coach Leon Hoots loooked forward to defending the team championship title for a third consecutive year in I986. 138 X Spotts l 4 O l t I I e .I The strength of Carl Trafton's strong forehand En route to one of his twelve victories, Michael .laffee con-t volley eamed him the number six singles spot. centrates on his backhand. i I 'i iCo-Captain Mike Davis wumis up before his doubles match. J' . A QA f'5rv5'Ir -.s,',e,' s 4 can 1 ' V ' - tw v- yiiivi' Besides keeping hiscyc on the ball. slapping into his ss in um bc an important lacior in making Pelcr Brinknmn ilu numlxr nv. singles player at Cox SCOREBOARD 8-l Bayside 8-l Princess Anne 5-4 Grccn Run 6-3 Kellum 7-2 First Colonial 5-4 Kcmpsvillc 9-0 Bayside 7-2 Princess Anne 5-4 Grccn Run 7-2 Kellum 4-5 First Colonial 8-l Kcmpsxillc hcl Il.i.k t.ul lmllun 'll'lll lUllxl'UN1'll Ru li.uil lhliiiim I p li I 1 I Ilx Nl K Y l.nis Rui- Ili--slis Nkum ,lin ll.. iiiii. pm Sports I X9 lalcons charge the Xlaury learn right from the start ot home game To Tackle Victor . . . A Touch of Triumph 'lhc football team. which proxidcd l'alcon fans with excitement eycry l-riday night. tinishcd their season better than last ycar, .Xlthough not the record hoped for at the start of thc season. there were still many reasons thc lfalcons can be proud. The '85 season included an undefeated record at home, 'l'hc yictory on homecoming night against Kellam made the eyening complete. The lfalcons were also un- defeated against liastern district teams. includ- ing a come from behind victory oxer fourth' ranked l.ake Taylor in what coach Al Habit called "one of the most exciting games this school has ever seen," In the annual game against arch-rival First Colonial, Cox lost by only two points. When asked about the game. co-captain Chris Shell- hainmer said. "lt was one ofthe toughest losses l'x e ey er experienced because we played so well and w ith so much emotion. only to let it get away at the end." Senior defensive tackle William limerson,l when asked to sum up the season said. "Even l though we finished 3,4-2. we could have easily l been 6-3 or 7-2 with a couple of breaks." Added center Roh Cave. "l think we played exciting football and gave the students something to get enthused about. lt was also a lot of fun which is what it's all about." Mike Page and Mark Peterson both agreed that the team played eon- sistently' good football all year long. but suffered from injuries and had breaks, They also felt that the Kempsyille and Green Run were the games they really lost. The others they felt like werer lost because of the team's mistakes. 140 X Sports f -if 35,1-p q 1-14:'415z.:'f': fs-gf ,, " , as A l '. . 'vi SO' F'l.."4 v b 'a ' Q- ff' I fx u,I,' 5 . t ull' pdf :':f'f Af 'HHH If I' s. .1 I" A .S ,A 'fx Blxlifff, ll 6 U 'U N UI. l.1....,N H! MKIJ l'r1m'cw BJF Nldu Nhury X X Xrmu Circcn Run l..xkc l.1ylm lluxl L ulmmml Kcmpxxnllu Kcll.n11 . Hooks! l XNJNNIII lx n 1Q'.11!x XN,1m.'N1,N..1m N UIEVIH linnlff, Q, xx 5 Nu In 1 1 Mk tm PM .w hx Sports .Rim ?,9'4 lx l r ill litter t.illx -it livurt n lnil til l llllll Forvu ard lxnsu Ritter lights her Green Run opponent for con SCOREBOARD Kellam Green Run Bayside Kempsville Princess Anne First Colonial Kellam Green Run Bayside Kempsville Princess Anne Front left to nght Kathy Slough, Laura Goetz, Enn Walsh Woody Ballew Middle Knsti Ritter. Cathy Sereno Kathy Fosina Knsten Epperly Lynn Nelson, Monica Stewart Deedee George Knsten Horton, Rachel Atkinson Back Jackie Stanlield Laura Edwards, Geraldine Marana I -, ' .T s Yi is RU: ,ji A Q l I Q ' Q43 -ll-I ' it x1 . , J' Center-haltback Laura Ldvsards reaches lor the ball .r teammate Jackie Stanfield backs her f On the Fi Id g Hockey Team Meets Its Goals The Field Hockey team had yet another Successful season. The Falcons, with a record of ll-l, won the district championship. The then went on to win the regional and Stale 1 hampionships. ln the regional play-offs, Booker T. Washing- - on was defeated 2-0, with goals by Kristen ' rly and Woody Ballew in the semi-linals. ln finals against Lafayette, Geraldine Maraia . Kristen Epperly made one goal each, bring- l ' I 2-0 victory. 4 The team travelled to Northern Virginia for E State play-offs, Monocan was defeated l-0 ' hen Laura Goetz scored a goal. With a goal I . l 't delivered by Kristen Epperly, thc tinal match brought a l-0 victory over West Potomac and a state title. The team, led by co-captains Woody Ballew and Erin Walsh, had nine seniors: Rachel Atkinson, Woody Ballew. Kristen lipperly, Deedee George, Laura Goetz, l.ynn Nelson, Kristi Ritter, Jackie Stantield, and lirin Walsh. Junior players Laura lidwards, Kathy liosina, Geraldine Maraia, Cathy Sereno, and Kathy Slough. along with sophomores Kristen llonon and Monica Stewart complete the team. Under Coach Nancy lfowlkes, the Fox hockey team has captured three state, four regional, and live district titles in the last live years. Miss Fowlkes said of the team. "The tearn was special to me in both their talent and skill and in their ability to get along. I looked forward to practice everyday, and the chance to be around them." The feeling was mutual as Woody llallew commented, "Ms liowlkes deserves her 'Uoach of the Year' award. Not only is she a great coach who riiakes average, talented players into state champs. but. also, she is a great person " Next year's team plans In continue the t'ox winning tradition Sports X I-13 l tt-n with thc tlcx.ist.a1ing ilkkll, Jan Marriot keeps up her pate lu lht' finish ol the mee At ' INS k f 1 s 1 -. IHS'- I, T-4141.-an is 4 . 4 Q- . , 4 ,' .-. 4 4- ' s. - - . ' . , " sr, ' 'Uv ae., . all" 11.4, .-0, ,. ,, h Running to the Top The They might not have had much manpower, but they certainly had willpower. The cross country team was not to be overlooked. The many incoming freshman and sophomore members made a strong showing. Steve Zanetti, co-captain, admired the team, "It is a humbling experience to be beaten by underclassmen, but the experience is invaluable." Sophomore Kit 144 ! Sports Peak Of Perfection Ehrgood was the only team member to qualify for State Competition. Team members pushed and supported each other. "Sure its tough work to get up and run around Mt. Trashmore a couple of times, but it's worth it if you love it. What else would I do on a Saturday moming?" asked Jeff Schofield. Right: Co-captain Steve Zanetti goes the distance. vi I ,W f KJWZNQ A-I' F "!1Q"'Q"' 'Q gtk., K - ' 'l.. n , F'.'-- ' A M Keeping has head down. Grcg Allen prrpares for his wang .P-if : Hi g PIICOII Golfer Brandon Boyd scls up for u powcrlul xwmg 344 339 339 33' 339 376 SCOREBOARD 35I Churchlund 305 Green Run 3l8 First Colonial 332 Kellum 395 Bay side 324 Kcmpsx illc 338 Princess Anne Sports X I-47 Hack Shannon N1cl.uod. Jcnnilcr Darden. Caddy Wood. Kelly Kincaid. Holly Shupc. Mary Carlxon. Manager laura Warrun lironl Bclh Moors. l.i1 Jones. Missy lourgcc. Niuolc JJHICN, Rachael Schnndl. Mandy Dai is. Hctwccn malchcx. Shannon N1cl.cod and Rachel SchnndlN FQICQUCIN get a rcxt alter a tough mulch al Kcllani Displaying her follow-through. Caddy Wood retums a backhand while warming up, Enjoying her match. Holly Shupe whips a forchand. 148 X Spoits e T nni Racquet . . . Noise That Scores The girls tennis team successfully completed their season ranking second in the district. Their only losses were to First Colonial, whom they met twice. "We really wanted to beat First Colonial again,' ' said Caddy Wood, "but we did play well against them." Senior Shannon McLeod remarked, "I've never seen anyone try as hard to win as these girls did when we played First Colonial. " The team's manager was freshman Laura Warren. Retuming seniors for the Falcons were Missy Tourgee, Liz Jones, and co-captains Shannon McLeod and Nicole James. Juniors in- cluded Caddy Wood, who completed her second year, and Rachael Schmidt and Jennifer Darden. new additons to the team. Sophomore team members were Mary Carlson. Holly Shupe. Mandy Davis. and Beth Davis. Although the team did not attain the District Title, the team manager. Laura Warren. was quite satisfied with their accomplishments. Junior Rachael Schmidt said. ' 'Next year will be promising regardless of the loss of two staning seniors." One thing agreed upon by all team members was that Coach Holland really pulled them together and made an usually independent sport into a whole team effort. 9-0 9-0 9-0 9-0 9-0 2-7 9-0 9-0 9-0 9-0 9-0 I-6 SCOREBOARD Kempsxille Princess Anne Green Run Bayside Kellum First Colonial Kempsxille Princess Anne Green Run Bayside Kellum First Colonial Senior Missy lourgec sends lutk .1 quick iotchand shot Sports X l49 - 0 Q I 19' N J Ili gif. 9 'Q .1 F . . Showing both skill and strength. lell lewis pets the lx-sr ol his opponent lfenteri Thcrc's no hope lor l'aleon wrestler 'I rrn llrirrrrt k's upptllwttl once the whistle hlows' tfkhosei A delinrte pin hy Lenny llano r lop Rryhti Another pill by lohn llloerrier tlirylitl 1 I fi. I if -. .rr .1 .f-ff' :..... ---'-- Falcon Wrestlers Virginia's Finestllll Warming up to "Bad to the Bone" and entering to "We are the Champions." the wrestlers proved to be just that. l-'or the third straight year. the Falcons linished the season with a perleet record. The Falcons took on all ehallengers err route to a flawless dual meet season. extending their unbeaten streak to lions lour rriatehes oxer lour years. "'l'he crowd gets so intense and psyched you wonder who rs rriore nersous. the wrestlers or the crowd." eorrirrrented senior lsinr Dustin. Contributing to this success. was the return ol former head wrestling eoaeh Mr. lirlly tiuter muth as assistant coach. llrs years ol experience. along with Coach Gary llartranlt's expertise. proved to be lorrrrrdahle ln the tournanient season, the wrestlers proved tltat their dominance was not lrrnrted to dual meets. By advancing eleserr wrestlers to the linal ol' the Beach llrstrret torrrrranrerrt. the lfaleorts ran away with the trophy lltrplreatrrre their pcrlorrrrariee ol the presrorrs week. the lialeorrs elainied the I-.astern Region erowrr .rs well. Atlvanerrig liste wrestlers to the lrrrals ol regionals, onee there. the laleoris put on tiurte .r show hy winning all lrse rtratelres llie reyronal elrarnprons ads aneed to t.ike the State I rile. it my tlte year's cake What it took were deditatrorr and drixe. the keys to stret ess -Xsk .iris I .rltorr wrestler. lre'll tell you St 'I IRI1li'l MRD tio-llti Norlolls falltolte ol U7 tireerr Run 67 llo llooker I Waslrirreto 73 lltl l'rrneess .skrrrre 7l tltl t'li.rrlottessrlle oi ll? lsroridequrort. NW ol If lsellarrr 67 llll fiat l'IL'ltl oi llo llerrrirtaee 07 U5 .lellerson lletreerrot lvl ll.tXsltlt' 5 fl tireal llrrtlgfe till lll l'rrst l'olorrr.rl -17 I5 lsertipsxrlle -Xseraee Stores oo tlh lleatli llrslrrtl lotrrrrarirerrl ft-r rr s llrarrrpioris l'.lNlk'lll lie-'ruiial loirrihrrrieril it t harripioris State lotrrri rrrierrt I -' I t lrarrrprons Sports Left: In a game with Kempsville. Reggie Moore puts one up. Right: Falcon defenders. Reggie Moore and Frank Palemio muscle in for a rebound. Right: During a Kellam game. Brian Fentress shoots for two. 1 5 2 X Sports A- X W 1 X- ii! Falcon On the Rim of Success "This year's team was just awesome to watchl"said spectator Scott Miller. Indeed, the 1985-86 Falcon Basketball team rose to the occasion. Even though last year was not very successful, the Falcon's made up for it this season. The boy's team compiled a 9-3 record thus far, and were ranked number eight in the Tidewater Area Basketball Poll. The Falcons had a seven game winning streak going into the district game with Bayside. This was one of the Falcons better seasons. lt was a complete tum around from last year's team and the reason being said Reggie Moore, co- captain, "This year's squad had a lot more deter- mination than last year's squad. Determination was what really pulled us together and made us work harder at being a team." With only half of the season gone, the boys had won three times as many games as they won all of last year! This was due to the extra hard work from each player and the intense coaching from coach Marshall. The team starting lineup was composed of three seniors and two juniors. Art Blausey ico- captainj and Reggie Moore were among the areas leading scorers through twelve games that season, Blausey averaging l5.8 points per game and Moore averaging 14.7 points per game. The Falcons have also received strong play from Frank Palermo. Kevin Shea, Matt Swingle. and Brian Fentress. Senior Frank Palermo commented on this year's season: We had a tough team that had the spirit to make it happen. We all gave it our best shot. This incredible team continued to inspire us all. They had the right stuff at the right time. l nfl '?P t SC'0Rl:'HOARl7 75 54 Western Branch 54-Stl Kempsxillc 49 6l Green Run 60 50 Norcoin 65 91 Dccp Crcck 67 52 Nnnscmond-Suttoll. 72 7l Granby 70 67 Norcom 64 57 Princess .-Xnnc 58 56 l-iirsl L'oloni.il 72 -W ligiysitlc 56--45 Kcllaiii 77 56 llaiysidc 42 6-1 Norxicxx 7l 6' lwrst C'oloni.il 52 'I Norxicxx 50 "I lxcinpsxillc 55 56 lKcll.un 41 Nl tiiccn Run SS 52 lhumcss 'Xniic 'J5 Nh NN L'NlL'lll llmntli hi-1-3 tiiccn Run IRUNI RUNN lisltl Xkllis ll.-m'iillt.'.'Innn lq'llN l--liiis torus t.is--n llv in NltNr.nl Nlall Nuiiirlt l.tku.in Ilia!!-cs ll Xt lx Rt NN lkfxiii Nlitxi I.-lin t lirimskx lului N . l--stln M1 lllui x llnirlil lllllll'.ll li.mk l'.ilc'im.- RC' fl' ll' sy Nl lr ll i.ui ltllllxxk ml' lilly :uni t.u1 l .ali t-ii plnxri Kit lllaus. x sl.uts lln lxk lc'.u1i ull lv .1 i'u'.ul sl.nt Sports X l53 T KE YO BEST SHOT!!! And The Did! This year's Lady Falcons' basketball team dominated the couns. With a 25-ll record. the team captured both district and regional titles. This year marked Coach Stuart Holland's 2l7th win. The girls went to State competition. con- tinuing a basketball legacy. Hit us with your best shot! SCOREBOARD 56-42 Green Run 45-4I Kempsville 44-38 Green Run 44-2l Princess Anne 52-26 First Colonial 6l-27 Bayside 42-4l Kellam 48-I9 Bayside 64-28 First Colonial 52-43 Kempsville 55-29 Kellam 76-43 Green Run 72-4l Princess Anne 44-2l Green Run Districts 48-4l Kellam Districts 41-32 Bethel Regionals 54-40 Deep Creek Regionals 66-49 South Lakes State 154 X Sports layers lsallicy losiiia .mtl Ixiistcil Il--ttoii look on .is lxcllx lsmtaitl eral-s .t iclwoiintl l akin i um T 6 H7 K v l While blocking her Bayside opponcnt's pass. Allison Moore shows the true Falcon defense. C ,, x ' ' I 1 . i B.. A. 5-E - ,- 1 M1 ' a Q' Klflbxhl N1L'MIm1.: Hwulxx ,LJ . K. .' NYJ' Xlhxxwf N1w1wu l JUY4 I JmxJlAX kr xMr ii "N fi llqxsx N?u'h.:ll1ggaux N.n,NNK 4lU.:Z N yw,, NW X x - Nmm H.f!1.mx1 Nmrv. I--ve.: 1' JL. t X f'l1YL'flI ." 'g, '. noun' lm lwn mx Kclly Knmdnl Sports lv K L K On uneven parallel bars. Lil Jones lums in a good perfor- mance, I'Il Tumbl For Ya' Gymnasts Are Head Over Heels Gymnastics is one of the sports in which both a team and an individual effort is required. Gymnastics is a favorite sport with many people. lt requires hard work. dedication. and: of course. poise. skill. and dexterity. The Falcon gymnasts possessed all of these. The gymnasts practiced six days a week for 156 I Sports three hours a day. They even practiced over the school holidays. including Christmas Eve Day, New Year's Eve Day, and New Year's Day. All this work was done with one goal in mind: to win the state championship. Coach Haynes brought guidance and ex- perience to the team for the past three years in a row. A former Falcon gymnast herself, she was the two-time state champion on the beam for James Madison University. Her aptitude for coaching is obvious, for her team has dominated the district time and time again. This year the gymnasts placed first in both districts and the region. .44 1 .,,'4- Vtipturmg thc .lUtIIL'llkk"X .tttt-ntu-ln. N.tt.nIn' l.ultn tl--tw .1 hundstnnd on thc mu 'T GYMNAS MQW 'S '-.z t Q P tbl -I -L- YV - i Nt tht' Inu 1 -'I-mul mrvt lm: ltnutx ' mutant- I SCOREBOARD 102.5-X795 Kcllnm 10245-76.2 Bayxtde lU5.9-96 Kempnnllc 105.9-85,7 Green Run 106.55-97,-10 First Colonml l06,85'8l , 15 Buyvide 106.25-97.0 l07,25-94.50 l05r9-94.85 105.9-76.0 Kcmpn rllc Green Run Ftrst Ctwltmml Prtnccn .-Xnnc South Lakcb lnxttutmnnl lOl.95-100.65 l.41LcBrnddtwk 99.40 South L.tkcs Buck Row f-- 1.11 Juncx. Judx NN.1Ixh,5hclt.1l,cg x lr mt Rtwt if Ehrman.: Shun. mgr' l.ur1 Huwcrx N.1t.1tu I 1 Kun H.xynnc. RcnccN1v:ycrx Rv.-nec tt r red f Ctuuh Melody lhyncx. A'uvxt.t1ttk'u.1th km Hlrk mr N15 tu Sports Riuht Ptittinu licr hut loot loru.irtl. kidflllt' Kiley xhoolx lor thc ht-Ni lnir Riulit luilcoii pole miultcr .-X.iron Auger. tliex high owl' thc pole lor .in L'Xt'CllL'IlliIlll1lP 14-qu . . Nl, if 'rg'- Frontg Coach Glen Ban. Eden Zamarin. Dawn Heinrix. Kelly Rothoff. Holly Shupe, Heidi Fountain. Margaret Hure. Natalie Taylor. Liz Jones. Second Row: Troy Rothoff, Chnstine Redding. Erik Townsend, Tori Brown. Christine White. Jeannie Murphy. Susan Slaven. Camie Kiley. Third Row: Aaron Auger, Dwayne McNeal, Mark Bowen, John McKinney. Dan'yl Zednick. Jerome Graycr, Bryan McNeal, Kile Ehrgood. Fourth Row: Scott Cohen. Jeff May, Jackie Stanfield. Mike Hopper. Andrew White, Sonja Gaston. Beth Moore. Fifth Row: Wayne McNeal. Derek Garyer. Roh Shupe. Jeff Scofield. Mike Schnackel. Sixth Row: Terry Ehy. Scott Seltzer tNot picturedl - Michelle Myers. Steve Zanetti. Karen Schreckengaust, Chris Schellhammer, Jacqui Kelly Ott to gi good xtart. Derek Cjraycr xett off lor the fifty-yard xprinl 158 X Sports qp-an wdgul BLCRQ' I 4 -S Indoor and Ou Cox ls Still On Track "No Pain, No Gain" -This was the motto ol the boys and girls Indoor Track Team. With these words, Coach Glenn Barr urged on his teams. The boys team ended the season with a 3-3 record and the girls only loss went to First Colonial. "This year the team has high hopes," A ,v l Lett The ltnal pass ott hetxsceii the NltNe.tl hit-titer Dwayne 64 Wayne. sends them ull on the rtm leaping mer the lme. l t I I I ll Jones lets lonst commented Dwayne McNeal. "The team is Whether it ispuslimg caeliotlierduring gmt-I young, versatile, and we are really striving lor ing practices at Ml. 'i'ft.tiiiii.m- or ciit'titir.igiiit Districts." lellow teammates during .t meet. the te.im Michelle Myers summed it up when she said, Always sticks togetlier .ts .1 t.imiIs "Dealing with pain is a family ellort lor the track team." Sports fl I 59 Lmiter lu ..ii't.iin li! loiivs slums ltvt sptiil llelmx i.ls1'i'lN.xl'U U 'HUM tilt lQ.i.rit-E Xtknis.-it.liecisiliiotiglihui iitcgaplttute Right -Kitty xxllxll xvtinttttlilltel lltll ixxl The cheerleaders fomi a pyramid during a seventh bell football pep rally. From left: Kim Haynie. Lisa Hamion. Candie Marshall. Rachael Atkinson. Shannon McLeod, Lisa Mackenzie. From top of pyramid: Amy Wilkins. Missy Tourgee. Kari Brocke. Susan Sweeney, Brooke Townsend. Sarah Wright. The Fall Squad - left tfronl to backr: Lisa Harmon. Kari Brooke. Lisa McKenzie. Natalie Taylor, Andrew Albano. Susan Sweeney. Rachel Atkinson. middle tleft to rightl: Liz Jones. Missy Tourgeeg right tfront to baeklz Kim Haynie. Ainy Wilkins. Shannon McLeod. Brooke Townsend. Candy Marshall. Sarah Wright Not pictured: Mandy Tavares. 160 X Sports C eerleaders , Chatter, Cheers, and Chants You saw them every Friday night, rallying the football team at each game. Depending on the weather, they would cheer for hours in stifling heat or with chattering teeth. The fall cheerleaders were responsible for boosting morale and promoting spirit at various sports events. lf the crowd was down after the other team had scored a touchdown or goal, then the cheerleaders would pick the crowd back up again. Led by co-captains Liz Jones and Missy Tourgee, the squad numbered I6 girls who worked together on banners and cheers. As Amy Wilkins said, "Cheering's rewards come from knowing you've created unity and pride for your school." But cheerleading isn't all glory and glamour. Dashing from one class to another. one always saw cheerleaders walking about with knocking knees and chattering teeth. lt took dedication to wear a miniskirt on a 34 degree day. Dedication also meant hours of practice. endless chanting. and banner-making. The fifteen-membered winter squad. led by Missy Tourgee and Liz Jones. cheered at all wrestling matches and basketball games. lt must have been quite a feat to be heard over the roar of the cheering fans. DOF TI-XE 3 '14 'fbi X I .flh- ..-uv.. v 5 A. 'Q-is ' 4 I A I. . I t, ,R ' Q, ' -'flaw Involved with her work. Candy Marshall makes .i banner WINTER SQUAD Rachel Atkinson Senior Kari Brooke Junior Holly Edwards Junior Lisa Harmon .lunror Kim Haynie Junior Lil Jones' Senior Candy Marshall Sophomore Karen Matyas lfreshrnan Lisa McKenzie Sophomore Mandy 'Tavares Junior Natalie Taylor .lunror Missy Tourgee' Semor Brooke Toys nsend Senior Amy Wilkins Senior Sarah Wright Senior 't'o't'aptarns NTCIIITKWN ol tlic Nkrritcr Stprarl iruakt .1 pxrarrtrtl tlurini' .i lv.iskt'tlv.ill n'.um' L sports f mi ...FUR SATISFACTICDN AND SERVICE We worked ohd oldyed. We served The oorhrhohlw, ohd we Took Trios To Bosch Gordehs We hod dlTTerehT hheThods ohd oroleoTs, ow We hod ohe Thlho lh COVTWTWOU. We were mode Tor The STUUGOT, oy TUG sTodehT. We hod soohsors, louT we rhode or oroke ourselves. We oroved we ootlld he resoohslole, We oeoohhe oll we oould Through TUG oluhs. The Green B g d h msection perfomts The pause that refreshes . . . served by at a football g' . Sarah Ashton and Molly Whelahan. CMA's Homecoming entry was an car with passengers Mike Ludlow Howard. Amy Bradford. and Hank 162 X Clubs A11 Q .--1" lx , Key Club Members Mike lluvns, Mnkc Pugc. Rob Sandcfur. Dlunu Van Vnlkcnhurgh, Stephanie Rohdcnhurg, Circlchcn Mcrnll. Ind sponsors Mus funn und Mu Cummings., lum lhcnr ullcnlmn ln LlHulhL'l suggestion I I qum 'i ar.. it XA R 'l. ' va I' ' ..- V 5 'F .' 'rv 1 ' ' ' r 51 -JL ln .". . If . Q .41, li, 'Q xl, A s M 'W ,--H" Suhnol huukkvvpftr Mrs VIhClCNJ Mm Nammru umnlx up thc S C' A prulns whnlc Stull Kcclnng, Molly Whclchun .md KIINICU WVIILUK mll pcnmcx I-'eff lm thu Nc.nrlm-lk Jn-.nllmr l.: Aklun umks dnlngcnllx lbs HB ll KJ L L f -..J -1 L M 'Tiff ' nf Keeler. Monique Doelor. Pam Pascal. Jenny Sullivan. Dereell lirayer, chairman Row 2, Anne Paaelyp L11 Jones. Susan Wood. Kathy Slough, Missy Tourgee. Pam Brien. Surena Fazeli-Matin. Stephanie Rohdenhurg. Row 3, Karen Barton. Hank Ford. Laurie Beam. Mandy Sehmale. Gina Clark. More! Symonx. Colin Clark. line Coleman. Jeff Aaniex. Niall Hayden. Andrew Greenburg. litticerx. Front: ll lo rl. Susan Wood. second vice. Dereck Grayer. yiee-preyidenl. Seoll Keeling. president. Back, Kelly Wilxon. secretary. Anne Slreenhurgh. treasurer. 164 X Clubs Executive Couneili Front: ll to ri. Meg Dobson. Shannon McLeod. Amy Wilkins. Christy Bivins. Jennifer Koss. Monique Doctor. Jenny Sullivan, Trey Waite. Znd., Sarah Ashton. Molly Whelahan, T. Kim. K. Loflin. Kim Dustin. M. Valerio. R. Engle. M. Mayelle. W. Ballew. 3rd, Pat Dooley. M. Tourgee. G. Merritt, M. AlU1CS.M. Sy'mons.B. l Von Kolnitz, S. Eun. A. Sadler. T. Tasheiko, C. Wood. 404 M. Hayden, P. Brien. R. Copeland, B. Buffington, M. Page. G. Campbell. Cathy Crowder. K. Brown. A. Pasley, I Dyson. D. Brown. S. Higgins. Back, W. Cosenza. . Dustin. L. Pierson, Diana Van Valkenburg. l I 4 i I ' I i EQ l . l ' 1 ii ,l ti l L' i 2 5. tl ,,,l.i nrilfl 1. J 1 it ln an S.C.A. skit, Scott Keeling and Beth Von Kolnitz portray characters from Gilligan's lsland. Executive Council members Marie Armes, Shannon McLeod, and Rob Sandefur discuss up-coming events. LE DERSI-IIP Ticket to Excellence Every student enrolled in Cox is a member of the S.C.A. The framework ol' the Student blies. The Executive Council was made up ot' all Cooperative Association allowed these students to take on some fomi of involvement. Some of the many projects ol' the S.C.A. dur- ing the year were Marquee Mania, donations to flood victims, orientations, Nidus, Homecom- ing, dances, concession stands, hosting the State-wide S.C.A., and the honor roll assein- standing and temporary S.C'.A. committees. They met to prepare the agenda lor the bi- monthly S.C'.A. meeting. The lisecutisc council was divided into many branches to prosidc lor all the needs ol' the school. These consisted ot assemblies, dances, elections. luittls and con cessions, Homecoming. hospitality, student Centeri SCA Homeroom delegates conserse for .i monthly meeting. 91"-1 - teacher relations. .md others A NPs'cial branch ot thc S t' A ss.ts thc llili . lcd by YILAL' i'I't'sltlt'Ill ilcfccit lil.lXL'l 'l'hc I L' L' ssas responsible tot the toortlrriattoti and regulation ot .ill school clubs .mtl other student .icttsittes lach club .mtl oig.irri.f.tttoii ssas rcprcsctitctl bs tls tice prcsitlciit It st.ts .it lltcsc rticcttrtgs that .ill protects stcrc brought up .md dccidctl upon Clubs lbi K NHS members. Matt Hayden and Meg Dobson discuss the last meetings minutes. 166 X Clubs Q' NHS. Front row. il to ri Colin Clark. Beth Von Kolniu. Christine Smith. 2nd row: Tim Brunick. Sarah Ashton, Pam Brien. Anne Stecnburg. Tara Kim. Jeff Puckett. Mike Davis. i THEIZ QIEST As an intemational service organization, the Key Club is affiliated with Kiwanis Intema- tional. lt is the largest youth organization in the United Stated which is school affiliated. The school year was a very productive one for the Key Club. Some of the many projects were the Quaker Oats Save-the-Children drive, from which procedes went to the starving in Ethiopia: the annual Christmas caroling and Christmas partyg a Cystic Fibrosis fund-raiserg Special Olympics volunteersg the Miss Cox Pageant, and participants in the "Every-Child-a-Swimmer- Program," which was designed to give under- privileged children an opportunity to get accus- tomed to the water and to leam swimming fundamentals. The year ended with the District Convention, an intemational convention where delegates representing ll0,000 Key Club members met. Officers were Mike Page, presidentg Stephanie Rohdenburg, vice-president: Diana Van Valkenburgh, treasurerg Rod Sandefur secretary: Gretchen Merritt, secretary. Also participating in numerous service ,i K Kuy CIIJIW lllfrwrx l'runl ruw. ' I I' Sdndctur IJ N.1rIN,1Ikr:.Im.'gf N A ' Row 2: 'X I, Hamm N 1. N1,.,IA:g,- x N Axhwrx uf" XJ .--Gr v - X .-X Icw kcxK'IuI'r1xr11mIx'u X: 11' ' I ' I s' I 'x' IIICCIIIIF muh IXUNKIlII'.l'l'0Illl'0NQ1IIm'l N Num' Ix IA .' x'nllL'.kIN N NJKII N IILNN K III'-X.uf.IN N1 II Ix 'K Wnxlf R IIN-MLII N1 NIIJII x Ii IIJ . xv I .I- v Ru 21 I lruxslvx K Wmvl N II.w.' 'x I . I XInINl'll.'lx' K H--LIIIII N NIM. I l .rs ' N, . I I'.nmu.ni RUN .IL I NI--vm X Iv ., I E1 . - lm-ulru II XIII---nu l II-Im. NI II... II A N kllfx K II.ulm I km I' II H.. K NV. INII X NIIIIIII-s.,I. I XNJAI- 'K NI -- . I I' ' l Niurplmx X Nha N II.,:,:I: I x . II E1 . II..xu'lN K Iiuxluw Rum 9, I 'VI'-1. A N Iilwulx l Kumi.-v N nwh l- I.. x ' A ,I NIIINI NI NNIIJIII 1- N..gs' I1 In " '- Nlrnnr N NN, --I I4 I I .. l I -'I CIILIIWS Ib 7 Slotlel l N Row ll ll to fl Mary Riner, Morel Synionx. Chrix Sprouxe, .-Xntlren tireenburg, Beth YUHKUJIIIII. Mike linux. Colin C'l.irk. Nlrx tiinny JJIIILN Row 2 John Oden. John NN hitxon. Judy Walxh. Karla Nlarlinghaux, Holly Kun. A uri' Y , 1:3 TARS. Row I Lisa Kenner. Alex Sadler, Mike Davis. Morel Susan Dawere. Connie Mac Kenne Row 3 Ohm Jaeohie, Wendell Cofenla. Stacy Fitz Patrick, Scott lee. Pat Dooley. Dereck Grayer. Mike Whaley. Alex Sadler. Andrea Frost. Billy Brownlow. Mike lxdlow, Making a point. Delegate Bob Purkey speaks to Senior Uoxerninent sludentx tioxernnienl teachers brought their subject lo life by schedu- ling xpeakerx xueh ax Congrewnan GW. wvlhlltihllfhl, ! 1 Symona. Beth Von Kolnitz, Row 2 Mike Ledlow. Colin Clark. Bill Brownlow, Bobby Torbert. Michel Kenny. John Oden. Molly Whelahan. Nancy Baker. Mrs. James. WH: agps Looking a bit puzzled, Mike Davis finds TARS and Model UN. to be zi bit hectic. 168 X Clubs 5 l Jefferson, Row lg Anne Waite. Jenny Zook. Chris Sprouse. Mary Riner.Mandy Schmale, Beth VonKolnitz. Row 2 Rhonda Brown. John Oden. Bill Dana, Wendell Cozenza. Andrew Greenburg. Colin Clark. Morel Symons, Kathy Crowder. 1 n S s .jg ff Af f I DIPLOMACY Three Divisions of Politics For future politicians, there are several student-oriented clubs in that vein. The clubs are geared toward the political and social sciences. Based on the real thing in New Yorls. the Model United Nations members torm commit- tees representing different countries. The club attends conventionss resembling those ol the true United Nations. ls this easy 1' "No," commented Morel Symons, a member. "ll's hard work, but it's a lot ot't'un. You can really get a lot out ol' it, " 'l'he team attended cony entions at Old Dominion University and the l'mversity ot Virginia. Formed just last spring. the Jetterson club ls As sponsor ot l'ARS, and corsponsor ol Model l N and Debate, Mrs Ginny James umlenakes .ill with spirit fairly new Though nevt. they base accomp- plished much 'l'hey cossponsored ti Williain Whitehurst's yisit and sponsored additional speakers throughout the year to intorm the members ot' syhat's yshat in politics The members ot the 'lleenAge Republicans club were just thatg young Republicans Members ysorlsed to support the Republican party, 'lihe majority ot the clubs actisities coincided ss ith Nosember's elections Members worked at cainpaign headquarters and at the polls 'lihe club sponsored the .ittetitlaiiee ot ses eral Republican candidates at llomecoming All in all. the political clubs yseie quite prcsti illotls Clubs lov Q , . llchdlc xpunwr Mrs Wnlcy IDNITUCIN ycl unnlhcr practice nm lor an uluporhml dcbulc mghln fitK'IIlJ. Morcl SQIIIUIIS, Colm Clark. fhrls Spruw, Kelli Malloy, SICXL' liurkc, Melinda YWUITIN. Bull Brmullms V- .1-W" ! Q... - ' 35 0 f,- L v My ' '-. ' V ' O 1.5 .. .,.... -V -vafqxaroyyvtb-w 'W' 5 ' 4 r X I CI-I LLE GE TO XCELENCE They Met the Challenge lt's not always what you say. but how you say it. The Debate team's. Forensics team's. and the Tidewater Challenge team's yictories are yicto- ries in a battle of words. All three take organiza- tion. logic. and a knack for knowing exactly what to say: The Tidewater Challenge learn "met the challenge" forthe first time. The Virginia Beach schools were at last invited to participate in the acedemic quiz show "The 'Tidewater Challenge" aired on WHRO. The show resem- bled a high school "Jeopardy" for students w ho compete for scholarship money. The team made quite a showing. They commited much time and energy in preparation: however. they were defeated in their first round. Despite their loss. the twenty members accompanying the team kept rallying for them. They'll do it next year- just wait. You definitely don't want to pick an argument with the Debate team: organized arguing is right up their alley. The debaters spent many an after- 2 lp Kip' 1-? Y noon alter school worlsing on speed. acctltacy. and organization of their cases Hb- iotisly. the constant practice paid olt The debate team has contributed more to the school than all ot her teams combined. ln addition to competing. seyeral members .tudged ,tumor high debate teams. Along the same lines. the leorensics team competes in linguistic competition L'ategories range from speeches. to literary readings. to spelling. The Forensics team has won the total points trophy for the Beach again tor scyeral consecutiye years. The team members had to concentrate on timing and deliyerence lzye con- tact and a calm and cool attitude were crucial While many people praise the school tor various spons y ictories. the Falcons are tormicl- able in terms ofthe more erudite competitions The Tidewater Challenge team. the Debate team. and the lforensics team haye all proyen Ihls. Tidewater t'hallenge leant Front row, Iett to nent t addy witkkl. Btlll X Ulllsttltlllf. llttltll clark Nosatt NN -,sul Xl.-rc Symons 2nd ruvi:N1rs NN aller. Xlall llasdt-it Xltkc ltat .s Scott Keeltng l-orensics leam Front row. It-tt to iight .Iett l'tickt'Zl 'cet Sadler, lieth Xtillktlllllll. Nlary Rinei. Nlott-Q NNl'ti"!s Nkinda liarnatd. llarbara l lliott. Suit-na Nlatitt Ind row: Woody liallew. lsatltryn loltm, lltana N an Xt-isa-i:bt.ieh jtillll llxlfll. flttllll lllalb Nell Ki.ttXn't'tl N1,.,l ,hire-'gg' .-'xlldrca .-Xkers. Nleg Dobson .lrd rum: XM-zitlcl. t os,-ig ,i Hall Hayden. l'al Dooley -Xntlicw tiiccntwz: lf-c Colctuan. Hill Dana, Ricky lnecl T Clubs l7l i l it i..h Vluh Row I il to rr Susan Slaicn. Randi Goldberg. Nliilissct' lloxscrs. Ilcatlicr Dans. Craig Goldberg, .-Xlison Nliller, k.1lflll.ll1tNVkC, N1it'hellclngr.iui. Kei-inkloscr Row Z Rhea Ricxc. NKanil.i Barnard, Miki Dean. Pal llaldxsin. Nt-ll Nlat l..ichcrri. l'laudi.i lirassil, lara Kun. .-Xunc Vinh. llnol liaylor Row 3 Julie Nlcfruitly. karen l'clla:rin. ,-'kniic l ilcr. Susan llardcr. Karen llroylcs, Pam llarman, Kristen NN iltox. l isa Cooke, Sandy llarrisson. llolly lztlxxartls. Kun Sumter. l ori linibbs. Nancy Moore, Jenny Sullixan Ram 4 llirric lzaroii. l-.fic lngxaldrcn. Will llaslicr. Mark Nlaycllc. .-Xlex larryons, Karen C'loch.irncr. fuller Johnson. Chris tiladxscll. Cliscx Moms, John Doc. Salma iiuliani. Jane llocl. Nlikki Dean Row 5 lzric DePaul. Dax ld 'l urncr. Leigh Nlafacli, Stacey West. Robyn .-Xndcrson. Christi Dans. lkirsrcn Pooru. Kathy Nt-xxbcrn. Kirk llalclgroxc. llopc lucas. Kathryn l.ottin. Kristen Nelson. Stephanie Tatum. Nlulli Whclahan l-'or the in inning Homecoming Float. Pal Baldwin and Carol Ciaylor pcrtccl the design lircnch Club mcuilx'rs Stephanie Schonhach and Tara Kim prepare the package io he scnl to Haiti Every fall the language clubs are filled to capacity with new and retuming members. With the rise in foreign language enrollment, the clubs' enrollments increased as well. The Language clubs participated in an array of activi- ties: Homecoming. community service. cultural activities relating to the individual language, and of course, fun! 172 ! Clubs A .-.O OH LA LA! Sprache Macht Spass, N'est-ce Pas? The French Club won the Homecoming competition with their float representing the Statue of Liberty. They also sponsored a needy family at Thanksgiving and adopted an elementary school in Haiti through project Agape. "I was very proud of the students' response to our Agape Project." commented Mrs. Beckner. "lt was refreshing to see." Both clubs ale in restaurants specializing inf continental cuisine. The French Club dined at Le Charlieu and the German Club ate at Das Wal Cafe. Tl1ey also entered the homecoming fl competition. Ucrman Cluhi row I tl to fl Sarah Nlelzlytn. Steye Summcrlun. Christtan Berlmg. Jtm Green. Jam Znnus. Heather Canmchael. Chrts Murphy. Row 2: Chrts Kmct. Jcnmler Kuhlmann. Mtehelle Ingram. Kalr1naCtmk.Chr1s' ttna Short. Renee Hol1k,Manha McCmry. Stephanie Stebe- kmg. Katey' Andrews, Herr Larry' Becker. Rtm 3: Chns Jacobi. Kevin Curruy. Scott Peterson. Btll McCallum. Kay Marella. Allnson Moore. Amy' Lane. Aprtl Sabuunn. Chns- tine House. Cnurtney C--rltuer. Qlllflxlllld Lueax. Abbey Rhoades Rmy -1 John Bran-.h. hm Berltng. Brett Den. Andy Starlma. Tracey Daylx.R1elxyGalthcr.Nlllte NN haley. Jennller Starhng.Bt1bby Pellerln.N1attCimtel. l-C.1l'lliLfllCiN Kln1Owen.KlrnFusler Rtm S Jtlrm qjhcmctlty . Steyr La-,, Rtek Chapman, Karen Banun. Getjrge Kapof. Jelt Arnel Bill Domanskl. Seott Sanger. Gary l'-e. Jtthn Nlueha. Jenmler Hoelk. Jerry Krall B 1 ' gi '. All 7 Q , 8 -1-if Ckvtnpartng Homeenttnng llnaty are Herr larry Betkncr and Madame Margaret Betkner Hutueeotmng brtngy but German Club ypmt ' N C lu bs l 7.1 muh club xponwr lzd than nc nntormx .-Xlnp Philips nl lhc cluhk lulurc plum 'l'hc Spnnulm Vluh Zh 174 X Clubs 'f ""h. A l L' . , - Y Gift. l Y . f' .V xinfa' X74 if SAL . gComo estas? The Latin Club is the largest club in the school boasting a whopping l80 members. This past fall over 60 students traveled to Roanoke to at- tend a state wide Latin Convention. They brought back an astounding 43 awards. Richard Quinn. who won lirst place in History commented "l'm surprised l won. l guess live years ol' Latin has linally paid off." Their tloat has won second place two years in a row. This year the lloat depicted Julius Ceasar at the reigns ol' represen- tatives from countries ot' the Roman limpire. This Valentines Day the sound ot' l.atm students singing off key lilled the halls with their popular "Singing Telegramsf' Spring is a busy tnne lor the club. They host a city wide l'ertantcn contest Front. Lett to Right Bill Brossnlovt. kim J.iytj,,n. 'ln-t while- Clml Ulfyllif. Noelle N anderyyerken. Carols n Clark. NTLLFIJI1 SUlllN.Aft Ind Rtiv. Susan Russqllh 5Wtt1'RJcnL-ey Andrea Akers. Heather Miller. Slelintla l-olex. Annall isa Bcmu' Judi vi-ilhll VJ Rt"-s Kauuy Spencer.. lonx Steph- ens, Mike Ledlavs. Sam llayey Sat-tt Lrty. l'lii.li'yJ..,,.ys, Michelle Frasier. Anna Rees n i ' Html. l-Clil to Right Billy Nest, Burena Xlatan Denise Mickelson. Alan Norman. Datid NlUNlll.1ll,k --llc-en Byrne Becky Haselman. Lenny Bano jn,-1 Rott Nlarta l oppero. Anne McCall. Megan Nlttyhell. Lisa Kinner. l isa Setizind Jenntler Pennington. Colin Clark. lxrin Ns Jim gig-5 ffldfahdll 'ltd RM Jvnrnter ledloys. lloneila sent.-W, Scan Pruden. Janell Ludon. Philip llamuth. Richard NK alsh. hsancy Gutermuth. Amy Briggs. Jenmter l-arris. lara Kim. lsari Broocke. Kim King. Nlichell Stieter -1tltRou lammt TUSTICIIKO. Jvfmllct Basvyell.Cand1 Nlafsllall. liric Jackson. Day id Hobair. Paul Doyle. Jon Stautler, Ales Sadler. Jon Odcn. Lori Greber. Kelly Buck. Becky Smith, Ntike Haryath. Jenniter Garrison Back Rug ,lofi Loschih sum-t Fitzpatrick. Kelly Kincaid. Tim Wilson. Lars Pl.,-fcon, JL-fl Stanlield. Chris Pierson. Jerri llriedsom, Knss It-lps, IM-ily liyigian. Patricia Nlclnttre, Kathenne Nlinkoysski. Jenmter . te e. tit is a type ol' Latin game shovst and yson tirst overall last year. They also sponsor the Latin Spring Olympics in which last year they ran away with the honors. They enjoy celebrating the coming ol' Spring ystth an annual trip to Busch Gardens. The Latin Club also makes it a point to get tnsolyed with the school l'his past tall they hosted the Regional tield hockey match and sold progratns at the State tiy mnasttcs meet The Latin Club is determined to keep its dynasty lor years to come The Spanish t'luh has had seyeial tlmnets at Pina llut and t'lii t'ln's lhey also sisvnsoi a needy child in Mexico Cduhs, l75 TQN7 llrluux ll NNN lllll1lRN lxl IUKN l'IL'NlllllL'tt llxl K runltltt-ltl, llrent .ln lit-tommo, .tml llrttt llctxty Intl low Noplloulottw lx.uen llroxlcx. 4Xnu.tfl nm llentu, Ix.uen lUlCll.tllllllCl, klulnen Xklmxn lltl lon SCIIIUIN Rolt Smtletuz, lltrtxte lxtlt-5, Junvou 5.ll.lll -Xxhton .mtl lxllNlL'll NN tI.ox f? T7 19' X .-Q ' 1 TPS lTopu Whule Dluna Yun Yulkenhurgh draws her layout and reudx copy. Lon Bowen xtruggles wnth u picture cropper, lBoItoml STAFF EDITORS: lxt row - Student LIl.CI Ann Steenhurgh and Nltehellc Crnw1one1 Sports: Diana YanN'alltenhurgh und Mane .-Xrmcx. Ind row - Academies: Mau .laekxon and Rncky Engel: Photography: Ricky Engel and Shannon Nlelxodg Clubs Paul Robertxon und Carloyn Clark. Copy Nell-Gumood Nlucliachcrn, 176 X Clubs lktghtm Working on the ,ltllllltlff kiL'.ldllllC. Nemo: Jocelyn C'o.tl.ley crops her pteturex to fmt the Layout E:4.t:Z-...Q-nil i W , l l 5- - I YEARBCOK We Did . Dear Staff, Now that the Talon has been put to bed. we can start going to bed at reasonable hours. No doubt about it, WE did it. We wrote about it: we edited it. We photographed, printed. and developed it. When it was ready. we cropped and captioned it. The way we pulled together and worked through each deadline was positively professional! Not bad for volunteers! lt wasn't all rosy. There were a few bleak Tuesdays and more than a couple mistakes. but we hung in there and kept at those layouts. And look what we've done! We've created an ex- Abovcl Senior Paul Robertson writes a taption tor his put Ill! while junior Meg Dobson helps draw a layout Above ktgho t-.tJt'l'uks ANI: st'uNsuR I-rout lztlttor ilzphanic Rohtlcnhurgi hack Asst la! Susan Mtt'Iell.m. lponsor Mrs Margaret llctkncr, Asst l-al Sarah lless It For You cellent publication worthy ot representing the school. The ten o'clock Friday s werent too bad. Alter all. there were Kristin Rohdenburgs ehoeolate- chip cookies and cakes to keep us going We, had many good laughs courtesy ot' Paul Robert- son's wise-cracks. There were the pizza dinners en masse to feed us. All of these memorable tidbits made for an interesting and a most special year. Thank you - thank you one and all, We did it once. Let's do it again. L x", O L tAbovel sutt- iftiotoo NHS- Beckncr Blaneelt and Stew Mat' Naught n tl rt tt t May - -. nf' 9. 'Q' f..-fn . ,.j-,,,pafQf3,'5-,.'..- . , .Y .J"-.".- ", 3jrf"1f!, - w ' - .hlacyfql Qu- x.ir.,,,.x l, C x QC 'U stall, Q l 4 '.- --uit' '... tAlmw,trplttISlAlI lslliovt I ll-owls I lt-.tklvw l lrttk it k tv t X l A l i Nl llulyi.tltu,2mlKmA A Xtt.u,l tlttltltltrltl X N.umiiell N Nl.--tt t tmoyt 1 l. fl Ytlllx, K luslrl, A lllK'l,l ltlwaltls Nl NKln'l.tlt.tti i I i Editor Pam Brien comtcmplatex the quality of the literature. Wingspang Front row, tl-HL Jeff Puckett photography edi- tor. Pem Brien editor. 2nd row:Laur1e Braun. Christi Davis. Tara Kim. Susan Slaven. Heather Carmichael. Doedy Trimmer. Anne Shurk. 3rd row: Chns Howard. Katherine Loftin. Kevin Feltv. Ben Catainia. 178 f Clubs in 5 What's the Scoop? BA One usually thinks of hustling and bustling offices and the clickety-clack of printing presses when one thinks of a newspaper. Well, the school newspaper was not quite that hectic, but it probably came close to being so. The newspaper had to keep up with all that happened this year, report it, and show students' perspectives on the issues all at the same time. While the paper's main objective was to keep students informed, it also promoted school activities. The newspaper was advised by Dr. Kathleen B. Angle and was published by Mrs. Lottie B. Waters. Editors Jennifer Goodrich, Christi Davis, Lauri Braun, and Melissa Streeter kept things under control. Along with numerous other J 4-'vw Q ' -s3,9'.5'-ff ,fa staffers, they produced a quality newspaper. While the newspaper averaged one issue a quarter. the literary magazine. Wingspan. was produced at the school year's end. This work of art was just that - much work and much an. Students contributed poems. short stories. photos, and art to be considered for use in the final edition. The sponsor. Mrs. Sue Downie worked with co-editors Pam Brien and Sally Kilada. assistant editor Lisa Kinner, and photography editor left' Puckett in order to put out a Une publication. Who knows? Perhaps there could have been a few Robert Frosts or Emily Dickinsons among us. l'laITlC5. f N . 5' r Ng 4, Falcon Press, I-'ront row, tl ri, lcnmtcr tiootlrrtlr. Juliet Moon: 2nd row: lzrurn Ramos, .-'um lictkcr, l'.il llaltlu ur, Cathy Ashbrook. Shannon Ihmsorr, Nunn Mo--rt-, lkrrrrst- limi. l.ois Noursc. Lltrrrc Krohrollr Jrd row: kim Strut-rs Laurie Braun, Aritlrcu llruun. :Nritlrt-.i Nrtliolson, Riilurtl "Work, Work, work Will it cwr stop "' s.ns -Xndrr-.i Nicholson .is shc works on .nn .imtlc lor the l-.Alton Press kent. Nant x linker lcrirrirrr t mum-rs tlrrrsrr lhu is lirrgnl llrrrikrrmrr Karol lairrrs 4th rung kt-Ili krri..ir.l lui Nakrs kt-sin lrlts l'ris.rll.r llrslwr- N!r.irr-ri t-rsli lcrrr lriycl kfll Nrsvd Hopf lu..is kms Nrxristr limi lloltmirio Cl ubs l79 I 1 l g,.,,i "No rcxt lor thc weary thinltx Science Club sponxor Mrx. Dchbic Nloxhcr Suicnuc Club president Surcnu Matin dnxcusses plans for u new protect to xccrutury Paul Robertson. Sarah Cannon. and nyc-prcxtdcnt Amy .lcroy 180 X Clubs ll. l- l I l I I Vice-president Amy Jcory ponders a fund-raising idea. 4 .-,ia .2-1-ev i i With her trusty Biology book, Susan Slaven prepares for Ecology Club meeting. tlttl l ll I l l I "X SCIENCE CLUB ECULGGY CLUB A Mutual Interest For those student who wished to become more involved in the sciences. there yy ere tyyo clubs to spur their interest. The Ecology Club and the Science Club were geared tovt ards those yy ho wished to learn more about nature and hovy to preserve it. The Ecology Club's goal was to teach students about preserving their surroundings. Club members encouraged litter control. planting trees, and other environmental projects. The club planted grass on the beach dunes. visited the Back Bay' Wildlife Refuge. and traveled to NASA. They sold fire-starters to fund their field- trips. ln its first year. the Science Club had ,i strong foundation and membership yyas impressive The club sold Cox Falcons bumper stickers. and sponsored seyeral speakers from U D lj They went on a hike in Seashore State Park and sponsored a Halley 's content ysatch Both clubs gave the students a chance to ex- plore his surroundingsg they also provided an outlet for volunteer yyork in the community. ' EAL 'NUUX Itology Club sts-nsor N11 ll--li Rtxlc .list usst . itil' ,ittwz Iles vvithN1arian Sullivan Nulk'llst'l ltil' il lull Row I. Nhs NI-'slicl Xtlau Nl--1' ss Sarah lliiinon llolls kill! l'.iu. R.-Irrtsoii Nu:t'ei.t N1.ttn: Irtt liuritly Row 2 l.u.i hui: Xntlrcss Rh.-...tts thrts latolu klirissy Ntiitklaritf lcnnilci l't'ninrctt-n ltolot-s t lub H tu it Row I. N1.tt: t..--tt Nos.: N .o- Y karen llaltori Ron - l.-it lrc Nl.i:g.iict llnii 1-.--r lapis x1.Ul.lIlNUlllX.lll Klttislxiia N--Li ISI Clubs Nl.rrlrr.'.liN Row I rl lo ll llugtc Xmlruxu. Rohm K'l.uk. lvl! Row 2 l.lllllllf lD'.mrl.r. llrcryl Rcclor. l'.un llflCll. Ulcn Xruw. Num-11.1 Nl.nIm. Rol' l lUlCl. l 1.' lomw. l .rum l.rl1or Lirumlcy. lknul lloIlm.m. lug linux. licrnou N1.rlmh TTIGSDIBDS Row l cl lo rl .lcnnitkcr Groomers. Denise Nichol- son. K1mHood..lcnny Sullrxnr1.LarryWhilc. RowZAliaon Hlouom. Pam Brrcn. Kathryn Lollm. Sully Ma1rch.Chrisly Nlorrrxcy Row 4 Conme O'Ncul. Amy Jameson. Deedru Jcnkrnx. Cdrolyn Yann, Row 5 Jeff Aunmes. Andrcv. Grccnhcrg. Chrrxunc Ahhotlc. Larry Buylcs. Row 6 Eric Coleman. Glen Grumlcy Back Put Dooley 182 X Clubs I 1 1 b "Y nf' .0 Y Ps So 13411 THATS Encore, Encore! !! Take Scene l from the top, guys! l,et's start on the 3rd bar ofthe 4th measure, Performance is the most to these people. Thespians and Madri- gals are each selective groups ol' the drama and music department, respectively. These people go that extra mile for their talents - they put in the extra hours and practice. ln order to he a Thespian, one has to put in a Certain number ol hours involved with drama productions. Thespians aided in the production of "Dark ol the Moon" and presented Story Theatre in the library. They also helped with the Spring musical "Once llpon a Mattress." Thespians also pcrlornied outside ol school. Six members attended the State Thespian t'on ference in llaylied, Va. lor three days. Several members won awards lor competition in actmg. singing, and technical competitions 'I hespians performed "Baby" in the Une-Act Play Festivall they placed second in the competition The Madrigals also spent much time perlorm- ing and competing. The singing group performed in churches and Christmas parades They sang the National Anthem at the State Gymnastics C'ompetition. The general opinion ol the Madrigals' pei'l'or'mance at tltc le.ichei's reception was that the concert w tts "the perlect linishing touch lo an excellent reception " Several members were honored by being selected as linaltsts and alteiiiatcs tor State C'horus, one iitciiibcr also parttt tpatcd in lloitots Vhotr 'lliese two groups tcplcscltl tltc l .iltoiis l mc Arts llepartiticiit lttdgttii' lioiii the tltmlitx ot work and tltc nttmeiotis .iw.utls. tlics ic doing .i liric rob 'lli.it's eiitcitaiiiiiit-tit' ,v if , , ln preparation for 'lJ,.r.- ...c Nloi- ly." l Cheryl Rector pr-wide sc r t .t s tr... S l Matin The madrigals pause beautitul Iltuslc Dflufr l,tl.llQ flee .tu I I s 'n 9 f 1 av. Tc- Vltibs lt' .- x.- I Ji LHJJ I Ihr pulls --l thc l.1luvr1x ls thc Clrcrn llrlgadc ll.m.l rm-ruhcrx, llully Urlcn, -Xl.m H.1ylhc. l'h.1rlcx TFCIII. li.-rn f'.lllNlfUll .md 'Xmly l'.mc xwar lhc grccn .md gold mth prnlc 6 The lcudcr ul' thc Green Brigade. Mr, Sieve Ambrose, takes the hand to conmclltmn IIN clear that Drum Mayor Enc Coleman enjoys his work. 184 X Clubs Drum majors Katey Andrews. Jett Ames, and Eric Coleman. ? - lrtt Hag leant tttctnbers practicz o ti ,. I l CJ N ' Below Hag leaders Stephanie Stetwsiize .we lice su it discuss .1 new drill lot thc lla: tcxvii , ru - l s 1 1 " x Q1 "" UQ. 'Q - ' li ' D-Q -1.0 ' I for -, """i nr' -I -O.: YL YQI its.. 5 , Vi Q " ii iii 'SO' Q cox BA Pride and Tradition This was a successful year for the band led hy Mr. Steve Ambrose and drum majors Katey Andres, Jett' Ames. and liric Coleman ts ho rev ceived several awards and honors. Several students were selected to participate in Regional Band. The hand as a whole received an excellent rating at the state marching hand competition. The competition was fierce. hut the band came out on top. Some students were acknowledge as outstanding niusiciatns when chosen for MclJonald's All American Matrclniig Band. The Green Brigade traveled to .-Xtlatntat lor four days and competed in field shoxss, th: events. and numerous other ex ents There xx ere sexergtl sections ssithtn the lmnd There was marching hand led by the drtni majors. A Alllll hand, composed ot xoltinteers play cd request pert'orin.tnces .trotind the beach There uns .tlso gt symphony lxtnd tot ntoic .td minced inttsicigtns The band tnttde .tn nnpiessise shots ing tor tht school You could sas . they kept tn tune ts ith the litlcon spirit C l uhs I 85 - .t l, . .. .l, l.i .i i.r.l nn. ski.. l t-tiiiillrs Nillix Xllls Itl1t.i lxitxc '-1'-li lhui Nlrvoli t fish .mtl Nl.ltt t lliislwii lllllllllUll1'll.I li+'f"iii,Zli1t SPIRIT! Where to Find It Enthusiastic. energetic. hardworking! These adjectives aptly described the Coquettes. Each contributed their individuality to the team. Though each girl was unique in her own way. they worked very well together. This together- ness did not come easily just by itself, though: it takes practice and more practice. The Coquettes not only performed at football and basketball games. but they also perfomied at 186 X Clubs Old Dominion University soccer games and basketball halftimes. They have performed at William and Mary and panicipated in several parades. As fund raisers they sold spirit ribbons and mugs. Being a Coquette requires skill, talent, time. and dedication. They're uniqueg they have all that and remain peppy, too. . x F' i .V W in Coquettesg Front row: tl-rl. Allison Bloxsom. Shelly Jennifer Grooters. Kathy Allis, Karen Roullet. 2nd Leigh Mazach. Nicole Andrews. Jennifer Goodrich Engel. Mikki Dean. 3rd rowg Can'ie Monger. Stacy Sharon Gish. Rhea Rieve. Joanna Connan. Jenny DUIIIVBII Stacy Brisbon. Top: Denise Hobbs. I I Coquettes Carrie Monger, Jennifer Goodrich. and Jennifer Groolers practice a routine. Was this crossing-the-legs bil planned? Sdmol Nplfll shim-x iliiuugh lkvqucllc lciim 5ullis.in lkuvtulilig lui damcx iinikcx Nikki lkuiiik d.ix lik ln.luslii.iI -Xils, Row lg il to i I, Slew luiicy. I' ii.irt'i.i. Il lNt'Nst'I..I NIUWI Row 2. lx lin-tl. I Cldlllllx. Ci RCLKI. ll looniis. li NNillt.ill1s. S Perry. Sli lxillougli Row 3. II lt-liiiwn. Xl I't'i'xis. I Il.inii.i1i. Il fiilwi. I3 l.ustt'r. li Nelson. ll l.isIim.iii l'lI-X X ite llresitlciil. 'Kline Ilisclcx stops on her xmx to .1 iiiccting 'n 4 .fair . A ' ef.-fa. it H Y 14? Y FBLA member Christi Davis reviews last meetings minutes I-HA. Row I: ll to rl. H. Carmichael. E. Yinger. A. Woods C. Watson. S. Middleton. M. Frasher. A. Pasely. A. Parker. Row 2, Tardi Board. B. Moore. D. Chilcott. A. Gorman. L Bano. T. Foreman Back. B. Featherer. R. Kelley. W Stroud. D. Self. R. Matyas. S. Higgins, L. Bolgiano. A Waite, M. Culver. B. Davis. 188 X Clubs iii Sf PRGFESQIG ALS There were several vocational clubs set up to give students a chance to become more involved with their future careers. Each club was linked to the many classes preparing students for their role in the working world. Promoting good family living, Future Homemakers of America participated in numerous city, state, and even national projects involving their club. The theme was Health and Well-Being, in both a physical and mental sense. To promote the theme, several guest speakers came to speak to students. In a more business-like sense, the Future Business Leaders of America represented the region in a convention held at Norfolk State University. Like FHA, this club adopted grand- parents from Lynn Shore Manors and partici- pated in several other service projects. In its first year as a new club, the Industrial Ans Club had already surpassed many other clubs in terms of membership. The club aspired to teach industry while also teaching members of leadership, responsibility and technology. As a community project, they were part of the Toys for Tots programs. For fun, the sponsored CO2 races and set off rockets. Last but not least, the Distributive Education Clubs of America were mainly for those students interested in marketing as a career. The club encouraged business training by cooperating and working with local businesses. All of these clubs provided both a creative out- let and a means of further vocational education. 'KT ...5 r .ADQB7 X! L A -A F B I X m 'H 1 l lndustrml .tn students work dnlngcntly on .4 project DEC.-X. tl to rt. Row I. lutscttc Run. Shlrlcy PEITF, Hohhy Brown. Rob Wngg, Rnchdrd Rent, Roy Perez. .-Xpnl Nlm. Mlchcllc Mohlcrc, Sharon Stcwm. T.uumy Sprutll, Knpul Dumll. Row 2. lJCCtlL'C GCUIQC, Nl.1!l.1 l,nmpg-fo. lik, Garrett. hue Bcrgstrcsscr. Roscnury Lcydcn. An.xst.tsns Grckusts. Shaw Buck, Scan Prtnyc. Jultc Moore. Lcslnc Morun. Row 3. Dccllcc Woolurd. Chrtstunc Uvtst.my, Marjorie .-Xllcn, Nlagglc Mulicon. Kun Burch. Courtncy Lrstcr. Yulcrtc Psltklonc, Ann.: Rf:v:s. Chns Boggs, Lundy Fondrcn. Tamm.1rn Lucas. Cmdy Vlclhorn. Dy .tn llllllitlll. Mnchelle Kung. Tony.: lawns Row 4 Greg Recd. Krtss Phelps. Paula I'rtsnt.tn. D.1ntk.tJ.tmcs, Krlss Nluhtughltn, Chris Lloyd. 'lraccc Ciodwtn. las.: Gotxhll. Kats Cicgncr. Kathryn Kcclcr. Hc.1thv:r Shunmcr. Kathy Suugc. Kun Muller. 'ltllunx Burke. Kern NN Jlkcr. Cynthtu Wtlbnyht. 'luntmy Broun. Shcltu lcg.tt'y. Row 5. R.ncn l'rcst-tttr Dustd Mllc's,f.1rYtv: Culhnnc. lun Rnqks, Dun Sullxun. Hrun Heston. 'lam Hugh, Ken Wood. l'.rul Nclson. lxufhs BflJlllllL'lxl. llwtghl l'.tslL'r, R09 0. lllL't' lllx'lll.1N lxclls Pctcrson. Dun lhutttcr, Doug Walls.N1nkcl'ck.usl,x.lTr.tpct Young. thug Ycndblc. Kcun lircntct. Mnkr lcms. lom Johnson, lldxld llahs, Roh Snhcrt. Bryon Bruton, klul lrulton. forty iltson, Roh ll.nlI.nd. l'.aul lonnnson Hil N, tl ru, Row l, Nhcllu llUlllt'l tht1st.tllluItm.tn R.: thrl lhllitoctk R.N'lXllll Rltll.llxlNUll ,lll.tllIl.l lltossn l'.un Lltrlct. K.ntttn.n l.Atltt's lltxrtltct t'.uunth.tcl Jcll Schultz. Snndx lttlghtutt, lultc lhuton ll.nlm'll,1l'ctr.' Row 2. "xngcl.t lhnlkrl N1t'ltss.t l'L'lk'.' N11.lmt-Ill-Inynmt t ltttsss Slllnhldllml, l'.utt lut.ts km: 5CIllt'l Lnmr t'.tsl l'.llll l'lnItlt'ts, l.tuln' lltzm ll.uIt'ttc llrlnltnst' Row 1, t .uolsn Rcncr llollk, 5.11.1 ll.lIlll0ll kclls Johnson llrltlwc li.tlloxs.ts, lM.tnt'lttltott,1ox llt.eltltt't lhtltu- Nulwrt l ns.t llushcc. ll.nlv.u.t Joncs l'.nttt.1.n ll.tlrs t'lutsttn.t lLlt.ts Sluts Ross. NN.tnd.t Nuoud Nlsnttu ll.nm's t h.ulcs llulwn lh.nl, Nom.tt-.tslon Row -1.1 t. Ht-us Xdtttnn. t lnoolxt l.nn Stun Ntlutortlcx lltmn llvston lot: llon.tto ltnomt NlllllYllN,kIIll5lllllll l'nsttll.alhsImop -Xtttlltxt -Xkcts Nlu-xxx foul, xllxllfll' kitty Nlnlmt-If l't'lt'tst'tt Kolwtn Xtttlclsou. lkzutttc Wtxtyct Nhmdx Stun 'Xllsutt Nl.-ou' tlttxstttu Nlutpltx Row 5,1-ut.: l'.ntlstxo N.mt1t llnssm km Slot! Rt'n.tlo.'.'.tttl llcntlt lottnt.nn Xlt'st.t Nhhttt' t ltttsl' lkous -Xnnc Xkutt' Kun Stroud Vlttnsttm lloost' l.o1,t l--ttcstrt Nhntrx lltnt lltllsltm'tMss1.mx N.tt.t!n l.nlor llttgs lloyys ll.lxX loltttsott llttts l 1.-s.1 lt.u.ffl'tnfss:t: l .tt1t.n Nt.: 'xlllllll Nt.q-lrs t-court' ls.tts's lctvs km!! Nt.o. lhmtc Nlnlnecl krnttx flulws ISU SERVICE Well-Spent Time There were numerous service clubs that allowed students to be of help to others. All performed special and important tasks while they gave students a chance to interact with each other. The Cox Medical Association provided students with the opportunity to leam about the medical profession. "lt will help us with leam- ing about aiding others." said Karen Howard. an active member. The club sponsored two speakers a week. assisted in the blood drive. and frequently visited hospitals. The Video Club aspired to inform students and the public of what was happening in the school. They did so by producing a program called "The Falcon Focus." The club also took part in producing the city wide program "On Location," aired on cable channel 29. While being responsible and professional the Video Club also has fun. "Sure it's work, but it's worth it." said Cathy Coeki. The Library Club worked to promote the library and reading in general. The club sponsored the book drive in January and assisted the unfortunate victims of the Hoods. These three clubs, while allowing students to help themselves, were also a help to the school and the community. The time taken for these ex- tracurricular activities was well spent. ,-K " . . rf' ' B T -..I-55 ' ' ' Library CIubL tl to rig Row l. Tina Chambers. Erica Yinger. Carmen Watson. Jennifer Walker. Shaitan Keeler Row 2, Barbara Clark. Katrina Dickson. Michelle Frashier. Library helper Katrina Dickson looks for a card in the file. l 90 I Clubs 1" PLEASE F v AMP PASSES WHEN by SL "' ST viNG .TEpiNG P- LEA V, Eh ,,, V- , 1 K f Checking student passes is library helper Jennifer Walker s responsibility Y FROM Crssseix pr C N1 A rt.rz:.'rt N ii.L Kucn Hww its 1 Nldcw Club zrtff-ci LT. u, N Ar,-X' pmlcu LMA. .1-Nr Rum l..V P.,-,sr.,4' si r 1:1 I NLI--K, N Qmvnrudli Vt-m.f.,N1 1,p,.-x Nh- N1.l'-: .ix Rum l.l4 1.4. D Mhrztt lr mr,-M.r l Kun-1: In XXXL-X Q Slrnklmd J P::,r,.:151.w E' P'.w,L.x. NN !1.1:'m.1ni Kms 3. " 'I KIIILNN LJ.1.:,1 H l'x.'t' fu , L-4 nw, X L 4 x 1 l 4 X! "NUI 50 g00d," sayNUI'11'f"l1fkf"'4' M A YulcuC'lul1.mIl-ll: Ram I, 4 .nur I .nu-U Im 1.1 lv..!:1..w N..'..7. N1,l .. H If.. W' H Rm. 2.1 1 N Wlulv. I'.nl lhmlcx Clubs WI 4 4 I sq XII 3 xxx I .. Library helper Jennifer Walker looks around to make sure everyone remembers to sign out. Olflnlfli. Front row: ll to rl Brigid Brinkman. Amy' Wilkins. Amy Gorman. Suzanne Daley. Jennifer Moyer. Jennifer Ledlou, Autumn Church. Jennifer Dutily. 2nd row: Liz Jones. Terry Gamer. Cheryl Vion. Ann Ogle. Carol Gaylor. Bill Clark CiL'llD, Front row: ll to rl Jeff Ames, Holly' Edwards. Christi Da-.is Row 2, Mary Redding. Lisa Kinner. Leann Neuhert. Deanne Patterson. Paige Nelson. Lisa Marshall. Candy' Fondren. John Whitson. 192 X Clubs 'U""i"' ' With the help of the clinic workers, Mrs. McBride has a chance to concentrate on more important things. N A.V. Left to rightg Hank Ford. Kevin King. Chns Schell- hammer, Mike Brown. Ten'y Eby. Ted Sakis. Lib. Front row: leii to right. Cheri Sike. Shman Keller. Cheryl Churchill Row 2. Samantha Bass. Comme Brov-ri. Katnna Dickson. 3rd row : Jay Russell. Nick Balavich. Kim Carroll. if'-7 ?i ' Ni HELPERS They Do it All Back and fonh, back and fonh! You saw them zipping through the halls, running this errand for that certain someone. The helpers helped both students and administration. All of the helpers were volunteers and were greatly needed. Clinic aides assisted Mrs. McBride, R.N. by filing and other office duties. They also helped with medicinal tasks, such as assisting injured students with the elevator and fetching books of those students who are ill. "They're a tremendous help," said Mrs. McBride. Office and Guidance helpers performed some of the same tasks as the Clinic workers. They acted more as messengers. They gathered atten- dence cards and delivered lunches that were lelt at home. The Library helpers assisted with library duties such as stamping passes and working at the desk. They took time to reorganize the many books in the library and helped keep the library in order. The Audio-Visual helpers delivered media equipment to various classes and assisted sometimes-confused teachers in setting up the equipment. These students also did many teachers a favor by recording certain television programs. All the helpers were essential to teachers. students and administration. These volunteers were part ol' the structure of the school. Clubs W3 lik no use' You ean't hide. ladies Phylis Cirumble. Glosten Vkinlield. Nlareerel Palmer. try to escape the camera. l94 X Clubs A Clean Sweep Custodial and Cafeteria Staffs While most ol' us spend the allernoon and evening hours away from tthe halls oft sehool, an dedicated mimber of custodians worked to piek up what we left behind and make our environ- ment neat and eleaui lor the next day. lt' it were not for the custodians. within two days the students would probably be knee deep in garbage. liarly in the moming. the cafeteria stall was busy prepar- ing enough food for over two thousand students, which was no small task. They even managed a friendly smile when we came through the line in droves. They worked behind the scenes. but their value was obvious. We just wanted to say thanks. in 1,911 i X ,.u .r-ll. Q Otis lnisirif Front left to right: Ida Hankins, ChcrylChevaIier. Shearline Melody 1'-Idge. R0bCl'l3 Crisher, Marge Shaggs, Peggy Holsey. Mary Jane. Doris Bca. Back Row: Linda Hoffman, Acond. Naomi Arellam I qu I I I, O ...W-W I -'."fH- .5 in ..o 5 ,ffbifi 1-JE 4 ' ml .. P gf' r . . ,ls "jf I gwlllll wuulnnun 53 ,,,. U 9. i Custodian Ervin Olds swabs the decka. Oops! Roberta Cribher ns caught a but oft' guard. but. nonetheless. smiles for the czunera. .V fix- - 'IW' in I "Ja ' Uri. ,I 'lx Wllgpz. ,g Q llhdklllll Ll hrcgtk lrum thc hustle .mtl lvuxtlc nl .Axim-rung ShCJl'llL' llulxcy pmws llmt cxcn .tltcr tltxtlmg mth .th-ul 2.000 ICCIIJQCYN. Shc tum Null muxlct .1 xmulc Clubs X W5 If IV- N ,- NI N I ,gs If IIE 56 H HE EIB H IIE 515 H HE EEE H IIE EHSI I I I I I I I N N N N N N N N N N N N: N N N N N N N N N N N I- QI' IT WE DID IT WE DID IT NNE DID IT NNE DID IT NNE DID I W' I I Of' yi' Lx VX ' ,W wa -J JL g J L L If u5S:.,:i?.. . , IAINHXV ff, ,NH I- w W C J .J Q D' D 5 3+ 3+ YQ I E 3' 3' I I I E D D I s s. IVI DN EY - .J .1 3 3' 3' IN CDU R E D D I I D D T 23, 3, POCKETS I -N I - ,I .QI mtv gIiI1fIwgIIIL,IrIIIIIQ5QIIQIJVQIIQIDIQIQ SIUCIQIITS I -2' J ' FII TIDIIISS IJIHQI pews, cms und wrote, IQQG I TN, D, ' Y QIII IIII I It IIII IIIIIVI IQIQIQIW QS IQIWQ US IIIQ QIICQ IS I 1 ii . ' I I II I U IIII D1 IQQIICMITTG UQ, DIN SQITTQTITIIWQ, IW SQVTTQI I -,I -,I " II'-4: LIIQIQQ IISQII IIIereIQrIIwQ buying I 3. 3. I T 3. 3. I 3. 1 - -7 -, I 3. 3. E 3, D flu F. E 3+ 3+ E D D I 3, 3. "I I aj, 3. E -DI DI .'XItcrh.mng.1panntItght. Dvfrck Kryruycr. llurtng Sptrit Wgck. -B rmrcr kc Iownscnd InIjfthyef1fGen11ancIass.HcrrLarryQ?cker -Xmy lirtggs. Alny Jcruy . and Sfutt lxcqltng gives hcr tmprcssmn ol Madonna. asststs Je!! Puckett with an "Aufsatz. E D D T NNE DID IT NNE DID IT XNE DID IT NNE DID IT NNE DID :ft DATVWEEE IT XNE DID IT NNE DID IT XNE DID IT NNE DID ,I ,I IT NNE DID IT NNE DID IT NNE DID IT NNE DI NE I: I I I IVVELJILJII VV: DIDII VVE IJILJII VVI: DID II VVE DID .5 DID E DID IT WE DID IT WE DID II WE DID II VME DI D D E if D E DID IT WE DID IT WE DID II WE DID II WE DI Q E , I E III JQ1' -ax I fi fx, 'IX X I V 4 L.X 'I I1 I I-X I- , I L. - I I' L , V533 ... V533 V533 -x V533 -A V533 V533 V533 V533 V533 533 .Isw VE D D REEQJEDD xx V5 W i ..! -..JID IVE DD V5 WIII 'YI 'N A I , I. 1,-"'.NN I Nw l I I I IIXI I - III I I I X I I'NwI I Ifkhowb :Xl xlllllll' llllf NM'nIIrII 4 HNx'lII'.I II'.IsIIII' IIII' I---IIII.IIl IIIIII XIII. l'IqI III. NIII-I I ,I IIIJIII-II , I IIIII ' , III I ' . ' I , .md hwy SIIIWI. .III-IN NNIIIIIII .IIIII HIIIIII' XIII-wx I.lll.'lIx .IIII'I I-IIIIII- III .III III IIII NI-I II. II I-III NI. .I . I I I. III I I I III. - NNIIIIIII. hulk .limul IIII' IIIKIIIIIIIII' N.II'w HI'.uI l'.llIh' I. Il-'I U' III. IIIII IXIII A I N w w1'n'Iu'IlsI II I I I , II IVE I3II3 IT VVE DID IT VVE DID IT VVI DID II WE I II-D I I VII FQ I II IVE DID IT VV5 DID IT VV5 I3II3 II VVE DID II IVI,,I3IIIgLI,I,L,V,g, ,II II IVE DID IT VVE I3II3 IT VVE DID IT VV5 DID II VVIT IIIII II Ime I I II EX If QI J V 33 D ,ww Congratulations to the CLASS OF '86 STATE CHAMPION WRESTLERS STATE CHAMPION FIELD HOCKEY!!! THE DONNA WILKINS P U B SCHOOL OF DANCE HOME: 464-6368 WORK: 460-2832 TAP-BALLET-JAZZ AGES 3-ADULT TO THE FRESHMAN CLASS. THANKS FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT, MATT VALERIO HOT TUBS-SPAS-SAUNAS NATURE TUB of Virginia Beach 27l0 Virginia Beach Blvd. David Ellis 804-486-8827 tTUBSJ Marianne Ellis f"'W AND RESTAURAN Shore Drive at Great Neck Road Ya.. Championship hockey players Cathy Slough. Erin Walsh. Kristen Horton and Coach Nancy Fowlkes lend sideline support. 198 I Advertisements 'fn DEWP2TEYZf?sXMURSft?2!5r!iEA1YT5ER G? QMIQWS 139 3 nqcwoulre on,3miAurw.Qx55 5, pmsum VARIEUES LEE? 3? W3 13 JDMQUBME S32 A W stock PLUSTQQLS, FERWWLIZEQSE OTHER Quemmcms Qbumferes, Q some, 15A5rcefe,HAM6eR5, CQAFT Sutwuds, AMD muogmucn mme xxfme COME vussfus Socfrof? OPEN '7 DAYS WEEK SUMDAY 12-C0 MOM' SAT9-9 1115-5117 SVGA. I 95 2102514 'UH Maiaofcgmfam Sf-fgwf Advcrllsclncnls I H gb' QQ- 1625 Hilltop West Shopping Center 2 TNQ-1111 fi .-1 Ogio-ol MMU Q oggatomolot faewxoou mfloegq l,YlxLXQ ,K LCE!-pklOX LQLEKQ KD Lg!!!-bk' -3-Q N10 aWx,ug,Q5iNfVN0"xQ QD-Q gfUl5l3o.l1.LgCy x,QfNF3,gYQ Ut- co Lofxk,-al QEEWXQ JUN EIMLNQPX bed LM2 Q-U-Jul-uv-o,QV QT LL-QMX3 -LLLU-L13 Ebuqdai y,yGhLJ, GJD -L.lkQ QLLXYXQJQ k,,Q,vX L K' XQK-Lpmpci fwxQ, ' R Tux Lcfjtig fill ' q ' S A A K' up fi -4 . xl, L! ekkx 'Tyan U Q Seafood Restaurant L5 3 L XL! ' oo,-,QQ Cggjpll 'ami wah-55 Ofd Umm Clwgd LDT' 3319 SHORE DR. - VA, BEACH, VA. LOCATED AT LYNNHAVEN INLET BRIDGE Qc 481-7300 1-4, S. BFzAm-evvAnTE, JR., ovvmea NQQCIX 3 o QR xx 1 r Ni QA fl kd kg, O 17,9-J nsunu msmucnous mms kwa, lb, vnu 5 Q ,sim 9 Q01 XM- YW 5 d E - QL LU shalt FFVN -L gud' 1 1590 1-Xia-if gow- Q- U ' Q X' I Q. q E F? we W - - wi 1 Wei wlwgj xiii' it ,XC vi K 'v:,1..1,,a:'.1,: :Hmm HNWL j SMU ' f ,NQQ - LLC 804-481-1391 lbgx. LV 5 , T 2102Geat Neck Square Virginia Beach. VA 23454 bLb1kE55uWJIMMY'SOR .-.-....-.-- W PIZZA HILLT Q Behind Mcoonalas at makin Road FN , X owned sc operated by GEORGE Pou Los iq' Since 1973 J Not Affiliated with any other .Iimmy's Pizza OX f FREE DELIVERY - PHONE 4250105 CHINESE RESTAURANT I , ' C starting 1190 AM- Ddw f 1011 Provioence Square 1263 'Prez-1:1 Nzcknzlillag pk L L JLL-Q1 LL I 77 I DLL Lbffc CUM- virg5'1?aoggg1gh?172?:g464 wrgana.fggagn.x?A 23 54 J, Midi L Uckxyo LTI-----MH!! LL D 467-4917 AB.Q, 481-6578 ' Qu! 200 X AdvertisementS T CMLWCLWCJ r 'HCLLLL Cylalfff-fffefccmflfbu .f I l , P' lx oi! fjfiniggmfb C22 Kyra jifpyx DJJ Filifofftf if fkw 4-NJ' 42 'S f My ffl 4 -ff x V7 6x1xN2xJ,a'A 55 'W 4' Wfffjiwvf 11,4 5, Wy, X Patronsvgf gf JA Ll, "X r. arr Keirn Jero , M.D. Je? J? X-i1ndyJudith J. Jeiloy bod! UND? sf. yo-'Ag V00 6531: erri A. and Linda C. Ritter JM! 6 X7 Debora Mosher lab dd 'J al p N . Terri Sawyer ' 5- 0. Kp Roger and Christine Warren!!! JJ-7A QF! f JY . John and Judy Kel-:ling 2 MJ VJK My John and Barbara Van Geluwerjo J FJ 4 Kurt and Fran Rohdenburg P , gfkdxvjf Rita Q. Crume ,U JO, Ak, James and Joanne McClellan ,GJ if? Q Nick and Betty Van Valkenburgh 'QF M550 ,ff William and Mary Ellen Powers :pq :gb ' Xxxfff xg, Ronald and Joan Hess OXO P01-J L42 ,xvfm Woody and Margaret Beckner df ,p Y' ox ? Deboraclgxyloser A ,ICJ 'Pix I JP, 'ppl' Oafdxuj-44' l . A' ' Ks 0,0 O 6 .pq , Z 'ww w.5"T-df 'poY"'JrFJ-W . raw aff' 'vc N P Q? - . .M0"Vlvl' of' ofa , U A4016 M ANDY 5? GPA JJA44' Nfgv 4 Advertisements X 201 WW Stanley Blocker Pleasarable Dming Award 1982 Gentlemens Quarrerly Gaiden Fork Awards 1979 1980, 1981 Metro Magazine Silver Spoon Award 1982 1983 i984 Gourme! Magazine Five Q53 Star Rmtaurzn! 1982 X983 1984 'A' 'k t i' 'L' Commonwealth Magaxme 9. I, If fl ,X . ,f U1 V 4' f "JN 7 ? f 4 ei, If xx, ' Q 1 1 1 1 202 X Advertisements adapu D ynnhavem -s River' Va Beach Blvd V8 BchfNorfoIk Expy fToHJ CHESAPEAKE BAY 0 WJ' Im QU! 'OS mm -lm Cz' gm 3 CD 'lm -4 X x , V x . xfx X XX X- QNX XP-, g ' f X xx f K W . ' .X 3 w N X . X W. N IQY 1 K VTNY ' , me F my Q ' g, ' I s lee ' e, ef ,, , 1,-:Ax , , .' . i' 1 .Q .7 1' ' 'A , ck Q . 1 Q 1. Q4 'DH XJBN 49919 . .al J - gd eb . on W . o . 'I ' fr? A " X9 ' fav . Law vu uv I LaSkm Rd U2 G0 ALCO . GO 'HOSS. - ,., ....,,,,,,,r,,A-M Clothing-Shoes-Accessories-Swimwear MAXINE'S 712 Hilltop North Shopping Center Virginia Beach, VA. 23451 PHONE 18041 425-3966 Tennis ace Kevin Segerblom shows his winning form on the COUITS. .f .lr - aq,kie'5 A . H '- ,f un, Te! IBC4'-16'fI9B-3 TAYLOE ASSOCIATES 4494 Lookout Road REGISTERED Pnonssiosai Revowfews Virginia Beach. virginia 23455 . 464-9703 Closed In Business Mondays Since 1946 CAROL F rimsueiio ape one ssivoms RCA? 617 CITIZENS BANK BUILDING NOQCOJM X RGIN A QBSCQ sfvlonf AYQI 9093 use sQpbn'E3niQcfTcsr 2 WE SFECIALIZE IN CRABEUF Bouflque . 564 451 :NP C4 . f J and X! -4' ar In 5 pa 00 Bridal Services S M4 ' Hdfauranf I . X VIRGIMA BEACH, VA. S-Dortswg-as A Omss.. -g Wvddmg Aiwa: fl 'h .xdxufn .King CIM! Mun s follihil Htvnmls Q . ' 1 Flwuws 'SGAOJ EMA. 'D Clap, 2148 Gunn! Nvui Sllllilll' lritihlimns WZ CAT!! TO PRIVATE PARYIIS -pvgqgngnivi: auwuu Lvnrgenilq-nnuoorvaqrv. svnnv on nr: oo, Vuqnn. CLOSF D MONDAY Shopping L.i-nh-1 . 1 ' i Ui-.ii H V.: . .--it--1 I"vII1.hIs claws Advertisements I 2 ,5- A f I Ni In the cafeteria, Julie Moore and Chris Schelhammer enjoy each other's company. The Jawrgh Nlullief . MOC Pat NC lvihvl vin-N. nn- vi-Qi... nan POR CATBBING INPOILIATION CALL 9-2"f:f'nef'-Le s af: ai.-fays .-.I i :eo the - f "ve f'-zasare ofa SPH! it .S We 3' :era 'Ut sets We BMW' apart 'mv' 9.-ery :irer mery car P me .-fork: Am: secerizr :efi+:rn'ar'ce is .vast sets Manic BMW -liar! ir' ine ::":et me .-.orc -f Ieaiersniss As Scot'-eastern 1' 'gfia 3 tri, excusvfe EZ' .V :ea ersrivo, AI afirc B'.1wi:"e-'san .nparaue ec seleczicn cf B'.1 N s Avo Aziamc 'matches the u TWVTBIE Emirg Vachfre 3 sacer cf :ef'Cr'f'arfce oy '3'7'DiCy'f'g E'i1'.'JQer1ifefJ ser.-ce W- Zecrf'ic'afs3fcstccw' :ner ' T M gefg VTE 3i1i'NC3VI?S ,V I 4 Atanrc BMW! Tn-2:-FSI Aggjlfl ',"e.'e .S for time FO k,"C.v We DSSI THE ULTIMATE DRIVING MACHINE. Atlantic BMW 1833 Laskin Road at HMOD. Virginia Beach -.122-3201 i N ,ff m .nw on ATUTNTIC BMW Q0 J 0 X ' X THE DEAlER W THAT TCH! i.sf'!2"3,. L . PERFURMANCE. if 5 u X The ii T ixdqwrg -2 ' mUihQT'j I 204 X Advertisements Your Best Buick Buys are at the Beach BANNER BUICK ONLY A FEW EXPERIENCE IT THE ULTIMATE DRIVING MACHINE 1800 Laskin Road CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS F 86 COMPLIMEN TS OF CHUCK NORRIS A I I I O5 . Q A p fiend vslgiigegl - N OJ E p X kj 6 if dsl UIUBQSIWQO R . L . 9166 AQ QQ M5852 A , Q YDQSEQQE' D WATER SPORTSAQU ,Q ri You The Most Progressive l A0 IS! ying Equipment AvailaQe ln A0 A Qjf The Known Worl X 9:0 . gg, A D W Sl 'Rlflii Dklillfb 7-2KXl'lf W Sl 'RFXVIEAH 0 Nui ml .xn Vision Quivksil '1- xg!! A2fNIuIn QQ l'uwc'll 6 fx' Qotcluix r . " ll S ll 0 SH Q .'0r1lc1'l we .' ki' lb 54 - A X 0 IXN 5 ' pciicii' it tc' 1 U JO AXQx'iiim11q,QbNX Xarnrlli f? X 1.65 Sunlxxi !,qZmnlIi3 ,liliN1lX'S X 2512 ADVENTURE TRAIL K I Hi ll HHSUI1 X 'UITTLIZ l,1X'2ll Mlllifllg A0 , VN ' 458 . 9 .ffiillfs . WZ RL. HEWITT- SR. 340-2782 RL. HEWITV -X 4 y A3 ' ' ' D.L. Hswlrr M 9511 4vlSLAND xrifzix2:f.ffP0RTS , Yirgiiuqal lseuvli, XZX gl y 4.184411 Introducing the one warranty that performs as well as the car. The Alfa Romeo GW6 3 year! 36,000 mile Pledge of Protection. Now you can enjoy high per- formance without high anxiety. Presenting Alfa Romeo's exclusive Pledge of Protection Limited VVarranty" of 3 years! 36,000 miles. lt's one of the best imported sports car warranties available today. For details see an Alfa Romeo dealer near you. 'XX irmnrx .ir-plan -mls ml S sp:-i :fn anim aummul-iles pun hm'-ul from aurhurizrrl l ' 9 Alt.-1 Ronuv ilmli-fs 206 X Advertisements Spider Veloce ATLANTIC ALFA-MEASERATI LTD. 1829 Laskin Rd. Virginia Beach, Virginia 23454 804-425-6666 LYNN AV DI CE TER Sun 61 Swim We? - Speedo . ' "hi . Guys 81 Galgbfw ,w2 " :, B. 50155 N I WMLI if jk uf? ,il A H we by IIA MW 2 51064 R4-5 O I I ' A A 7 ir 1 films:-0 3 M7 A WILAJQQ MW ww I If 1 I We Ieach recreational Complete Fun Scmcc J ' , scuba diving. Easy Fun, I f For a lifetime of pleasure . OIVIRQ. ROW. Diyq Cqnlqf Cm 1 Inslruction'CIiurIcr Trips l4I3 Great Neck Rd. Virginia Beach, VA 48 I -7949 Equipment Repair Rcnlul Scuba Lemons und Curnp FRANCES R. ROHDENBURG VICE PRESIDENT OFFICE C8045 460-3341 EVENINGS 481-1828 MANAGING BROKER HAYGOOD OFFICE RESIDENTIAL SALES CORPORATION 4521 E. HONEYGROVE RD, .f VIRGINIA BEACH, VA 23455 VA. BEACH 425-1221 lhrmine- . Inllwny dr I b. 636 HILLTOP WEST 0 VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 23451 FAMILYDENTISTRY DAILY, EVENINGS. SATURDAYS ABBEY HORWITZ, D.D.S. RITA FRAZIER-KANIA, D.D.S. ?I42GRE TNEC SQUARE S O N GCENTER 23K L TLECREE O V RG N A BEAC V 34 4 NOR J O 4813699 58 6399 1 up llulhl Jun I uinle -M u hu inhnmulmn la 481- 08' K 'S-H- Ir:-1 rm . -r . DFI' T, IIIHIIUI IIQII, I.rnli'r!iI'I.rilIi:u1' Beth 's School of Dance I-Islullllahvd since 980 Ili . x ' , h Onlv IU-I2 suniviilf pci lbw' X Agvs QI In , I ll ' :II 2' 1. :lb ' Ns nshura h I I n n Illlcrlfl-alxmkk Nh II I Advertisements X 207 lfonlplirm-ntx of FRANCAYILLA BUILDING COMPANY CONGRATULATIONS lS'll' L' rt- AND nr a HIL, on 1.14 or BEST OF LUCK!! St. Hog. 9321027 - Ciustom IIOIIIUS - Cornplete Herlovutiorms Interior Partitions Specializiml in Ckmtelllpornlry' Homes Fomuysscals lim-siclelltiul - clOllllllCI'Ciiil Phone 451-0040 Ya. Beach, Ya. K' Alia.-PF .'.J's4J-.. ,, Cluhx eo-editor. Carolyn Clark tunes in on her section at Yearbook. I 1 1 208 X Advertisements CONGRATULATIONS TO ROB SANDEFUR PAUL ROBERTSON AMY BRIGGS STEPHANIE ROHDENBURG AND THE CLASS OF '86 BUY gc mmm STICK ER FROM THE SANDEFUR FAMILY E M ANA - ' APPRA f TIDEWATER NUMISMATIST DEALER IN RARE COINS ' GOLD 9 SILVER ROBERT A SANDEFUR 48l -2031 Advcrtiscmcnls Rf' 209 SENIDF! ST Andros Albsnol FHA. 1 1, SCA, 1 1, Cheer lendlnq, 12. DECA. , 1 1, 12 Grsg Allsnx French lllulx 1C'J, SLJLCQ-1' 10. Grill, 1 1,12 Ksthlssn Andrsws: Senior' 9PQlonBl Bw-L! 1 0,1 1.1 2, Gernwnn Club, 10. F-'vw-5 , 1 1 12, Fnrenslca, 10, 1 1, Volley- hall Club, 10, Ecology Club. 10, Debate. 1Q Mariililrlg B1-1110 Llrurvl fv1BlOr' 12. VV'-cfs Vvho Anlunq H S Students Pslgs Andrswsx Spanish Club, 10. 1 1. Symphonic Choir. 10. 1 1. NABDPIQBIS. 12, FqE'QlCV'1L'llCl1t7l'X.AS, 12 Nlsrls Armss: French Club. 10. Yearbook. 10. Sect Ed 10. Latin Club. 11, Powder Pull, 1 1,12. Councll, 12 , Msry Ashbrook: Latin Club. 10. 1 1 . 1 2. Tennis N1anager, 10, Nlodel LJ N , 12. SCA 10 Flaohsl Atkinson: Field Hockey. 1 O, 1 1 , 1 9, Cheerleading, 1 0,1 1,1 2, SCA. 10,11, Track. 1 0.1 2. Cross Country, 12, Homecoming, 10,12 Ashlsy Bally: Powder puff, 1 1,12 Nsnoy lsksr: Computer Club. 10: Debate. 1 1. Spanish Club Trees.. 10. 1 1.12. Science Club. 1 1, TAFI, 12: Robsrt Bsllsrdz Ecology Club. 1 1, DECA 12 Tsrsss lsllsw: Field Hockey. 10. 1 1. Capt.. 12, SOfCb8ll. 10. 1 1.12: Basket- ball, 10: Executive Council. 12: Foren- SICS, 1 1, Talent Show. 10: Miss Cox. 1 1, SCA Rep., 10. 1 1: Class Secretary. 1 1. 1 2. Natlonal Honor Society. 1 1.1 2 Lsonsrd lsno: Varsity Wrestling. 10,1 1,12.LBtll'1 Club. 10. 1 1.12. FHA. 12 Julls Barton: Adv. Band. 1 0. 1 1,1 2: Green Brigade, 10.1 1.12: Concert Band, 10, 1 1 , 12: Spanish Club. 10. 1 1, Powder Puff. 1 1.12, FBLA. 12, Science Club. 12 Lsurls Bssnx FBLA. 10.1 1. V-P 12: ICC. 12 Dsrlsns Bsnhsss: Coquettes. 10. Trees. 1 1. Co-cept. 12, FBLA. V,P. 1 1, Pre5. 12: Powder puff. 1 1,12, ICC. Ex6CuLlye 1 1 . 1 2 Bryon Bsrvton: Spanish Club. 1 0: DECA. 1 2 snow oscA 1 1. 1 2 Prloollls llshop: Coquettee. 1 1.1 2: FBLA. 1 2: Spanish Club. 1 0.1 1: Newspaper. 12: Yearbook. 12 Holly llvlns: Yearbook, 1 0: French Club, 10. 1 1, Key Club. 1 1.1 2: Fling Dance S Homecoming Com.. 1 1 Trsoy llsck: French Club. 1 0: Key Club. 1 1, Fllngdance Com., 1 1, Powder Puff, 1 2 John Blosvnsrx Wrestling. 10. 1 1,1 2 Wllllsfn Bloslrtl French Club, 1 0: FBLA. 1 1.12, Young ure. 1 1.12 Amy lol-sn: SCA. 1 1: Homeroom Representative. 1 1: TAF-I, 12 Lorl lows!-ss Gymnastics. 1 0, 1 1 . 1 2: Latin Club. 1 1, Key Club. 1 1 , 1 2: Yearbook. 12 chfllllfll lrsntlsy: French Club. 10: Student Exchange. 10: Key Club. 1 1: Spanish Club, 1 1,12, Fine Arts Club, Sec. 1 1, Powder Puff, 1 1 , 1 2: SCA Representative, 1 1, Ring Dance Committee. 1 1: Young Life. 1 0. 1 1 nun si-nun: French Club. 1 o, Key Club. 1 1: Newspaper Staff. 1 2: Wingspan. 1 2 Psfn Brlsnx Nateonal Thespians. 1 1. V.P. 12: Wingspan, 10. Ed. 1 1. Ed. 12: Na- tional Honor Society, 10, 1 1.1 2: Regional Choir, 10, 12, School Musical. 1 0.1 2, Msdrlgels. 1 0. 1 1 . 1 2: ICC. 1 1. 1 2: Executive Council. 1 2: French Club. 10,1 1: Key Club 10,1 1,12: Forensics. 1 1 Arny Briggs! Track. 10: Basketball. 10: Pep Club. 10: Girls Service Club. 10: Booster Club. 10: Glrl's Stete Alter- nate. 1 1: Cox Medical Association. 1 1, Who's Who Among H. S. Students. 1 1: Latin Club. 1 2: Yearbook. 12: Key Club. 1 2: SCA Flepnesentatlve. 1 2 Audra lrlnm Spanish Club. 10: SCA Flepnssentative. 1 0,1 1, Powder Puff. 1 1.12: Ecology Club. 12 Kbnborlllrlsblnx Adv. Bend. 10.1 1.12: Color Guerd. 1 O: Begional Bend. 10.1 1,12, Powderpuff, 1 1.12, fv1ar"ch- lng Band. 10. 1 1 . 12: 5930180 Club. 10 Dsbbls lv-own: Executive COUHCII. 12: SCA. 1O.12: Garrnen Club. 12: Young Life. 12: Adv. Band. 10. 1 1. 12: Beglonol 1 0. Capt. Bend, 11,1 2, Powder Pull, 1 1, 12, VVho's Who Among H S Students, 1 2 Robsrt lroylssx Tennis. 10. 1 1.12. Key Club, 1 1, Science Club, 1 1. SCA, 12 Tlm lrunlokx Football. 10, 1 1,1 2. VVYQBLIIIWQ, 1 0, 1 1, 1 2, Executive Council, 10. 1 1,1 2, National Honor Society. 10, 1 1,12, BOy'e State. 1 1 Wllllsm lhsn luokx Latin Club. Pres., 10, FBLA, 1 1, DECA. Treasurer, 12 Hobart -ufflngtonx ECDIOQY Club. 10. Key Club, 1 1.12. LBUFI Club. 1 1. Trees 12. Yearbook, 1 1, FBLA, 12, Executive COUUCII, 12 Ksrol Cslrns: Coouettes. 10. 1 1,12. Young Life. Spring Musical. 10. Falcon Press. 12 Goof! Csmpbsll: Football. 1 0,1 1,1 2, Soccer, 10. 1 1. Capt. 12. Executive Councll, ' 12, Key Club. 1 1,12: Yearbook, 1 1. Band, 10, Forensics. 10 Bars Cannon: Sophomore Class Pep. 10. SCA Pep, 12, Cheerleading, 10: Key Club, 10.12, Spanish Club. 1 1, Young Life. 1 1,1 2, Coouettes. 1 1: Peglonel Chorus, 1 1, Science Club. 12, FBLA. 12 John Cordon: Spanish Club. 10, FDODDSII. 12: Baseball. 12 Dusns Cashman: Football. 10, Wres- tling, 10 Cornsllus Csson: Basketball. 10. 1 1 , 1 2: Industrial Arts Club: DECA Hobart Csvs: Football, 1 0,1 1,1 2, Baseball, 10. 1 1.12: Wrestling, 10: SCA, 1 1,1 2: Audio-Visual Worker. 1 1 , 12 Tlns Chsmbsrs: Concert Choir, 10.1 1.12: FBLA. 1 1.12: Drama Club. 1 1, Library Club. 1 2 Jslf Chsnos: Wrestling, 10, Ecology Club. 1 1 Glns Chsndlsra Latin Club. 10. 1 1,12: Spanish Club. 1 1 , 1 2, Powder Puff, 1 1.12: CMA. 12: TAPS. 12: SCA Flap.. 10 Pam Chlldsrs: LBEIFI Club, 10,1 1.12, FBLA. 10. Sec. 11, VP. 12: ICC. 12: Powder Puff, 12 Psul Chr-lstoff: Soccer. 1 D. 1 1, 1 2 Colln Clark: Latin Club. 1 0,1 1,1 2, Debate, 10,1 1, Capt. 12, Model U.N.. 1 1,12, TAPS. 12, Executive Councll, 1 2, Boy's State, 1 1, Who's Who Among H.S. Students: Leadership Workshop Alternate. 1 1: National Honor Society. 1 1.12 Jooslyn Coaklsy: French Club. 10,1 1,12, Key Club. 1 1,12: Powder Puff. 1 1,12, Yearbook. 12: SCA Flap., 12 El-lo Colsrnsm Forensics, 10. 1 1,121 Debate, 12, Marching Bend. 10. 1 1: Spring BAUSICBI, 1 1: Video Club. 12: Who's Who Among H.S. Students: Governors School: Thesplens. 12: French Club, 10 Bhsrry Cook: Key Club. 1 1. 12: Fl"ef'1Ch Club, 1 1: FBLA 12: Powder Puff, 1 1, 12 Bonls Coonrodz CMA, 10 Trees. 1 1, Trees. 12: French Club. 1 0,1 1 , 1 2,Wlngspan, 1 1: National Honor Society, 'I 1,12: Jefferson Club. 1 1. 12 Ron Csoslsnd: City-Wide SCA Chairman, 12, Soccer, 10,1 1. Capt. 12: Cross Country, 'l 1,12: Wrestling. 1 0,1 1, Class Second Vice. 1 D. 1 2: Junior Class Vice President: French Club. 10, Leadership Workshop. 1 1,12: Fall Play, 12: Executive Council. 1D.11,12. ICC. 11 Mlohsls Crlsolonsx Spanish Club. 10: Key Club. 1 1.12: Yearbook Section Editor. 12, Powder Puff. 12 lwslssscu-ouch: Bend. 10: French Club. "lD,11,12: CNIA. 10,1 1. Sec. 12 Bulsnns Dolly: SCA. 10: Dffice Helper. 1 1 . 1 2: Homecoming Committee. 1 0.1 1: Fling Dance Com- mittge, 1 1, Spanish Club. 10, TAFI, 12 llllDd1sl Band. 10.11.12: Video Club. 10.11: l-Btln Club. 10.11.12 lllssbsth Dsvls: Latin Club. 10. 1 1: Soccer. 10, SCA Flap. 1O,12: Yearbook Section Editor. 1 1: FBLA. 1 1: FHA, 12: Young Life. 10.12: Powder Puff, 12 Chrlssophsr D'Dofnsnlousz Wrestling. 10.1 1.12lSD6f1leh Club. 10.1 1: FBLA. 1 0, 1 2: Homecoming Committee. 1O,11,12: FHA. 12 Qusidsbmyi Latin Club. 10.1 1: Talon. 10.1 1: CMA. 10.1 1: Kay Club. 11: DECA. 12 210 ! Senior Statistics TS olvld DOOGK ESA, 1 1,12. Etiology Club. 10. FBLA. 1 1 Wllllsm Domsnsklx Yearbook. 1 1 , 1 2, Wrestling, 1 1, 1 2. Garnwan Club. 1 1, 1 2 John Donshusu Football. 10. 1 1.12, ln. door Track, 10. 1 1, 1 2. Outdoor Track. 10, 1 1,12, Youngllfa, 1 1, 12 Pat Doolsyi Indoor Track. 10. 1 1, Outdoor Track. 10, Video Club. VP 1 1, Pres.. 1 2: Nlodel UN. 1 2, Forensics, State and Flaglonal Champ. 1 D. 1 1, 1 2. Executive Council. 1 2: Key Club. 1 D. 1 1. Fall Play. 1 0.1 2. Spring Musical. 1 O. Governors School, 1 2 Paul Dublokls Football, 10.12, Basket- ball, 1 0. 1 1 , Track. 1 0: Spanish Club, 1 0 Klrn Dustlm Student Exchange. 1 0, Volleyball Club, 10, SCA Pap.. 10. 1 1, Leadership Workshop. 12. Glrl's State 1 2: Key Club. 1 2. Senior Clase Treasurer. 12: Executive Councll, 1 2 Wllllsm lmsrsonx Football, 10. 1 1 , 12 T s r rl E n g sl: Coquettes, 1 1.1 2, Newspaper Staff, 1 1, Copy Editor, 1 2 A Krlstsn lppsrlys French Club. 1 0, FBLA. 12: Science Club. 1 1.12: VJAS President: Field Hockey. 1 0,1 1,1 2, Soccer, '10.1 1.12 Bursns Fszsll-Mstln: Science Club. Pres. 12, Thasplans. 1 1,1 2, Fall Play. ' 1 D, 1 2, Spring Musl- cal, 10, Forensics. 10: JETS, 1 1,12, Latin Club. 1 1. 12: SCA. 1 2: Medngals. 1 2, All-QBQIOUBI Chorus, 1 2: Young Life. 1 2 Hobart Fssthsrsr: Young Life. 1 2, Volleyball Club. 10: Fell Play, 12, Cross Country. 1 1,1 2, lndoor Track. 1 2, Dutdoor Track, 1 0. 1 1 , 1 2: SCA Pep., 1 2 Tlmothy Fsnnx Baseball, 1 O. 1 1 , 1 2, Basketball, 10 Btsosy Fltxpstrlslu Swimming, Capt. 10: Gernwan Club. 10: Latin Club, 12: Executive Council, 12, Model UN, 12, Who's Who Among H. S. Students: Powder Puff. 1 1.12 Hsnry Ford: Spanish Club. 10. 1 1, VP 12: Audio Visual Club. 10: CMA. 1 1, Hier. 12 Tonys FDICIKIK FHA, 1 1,12 Vllolfgsng Fray: German Club. 'l 2 Andros Frost: Spanish Club. 1 0: NJHS. 1 0, National Honor Society, 1 1 . 1 2, Modal UN, 1 2 Bsndy Fulghufn: FBLA. 1 0.1 1 , 1 2 Dobro sllowsys Cross Country. 10.1 1: FBLA. 10. 1 1: Statistician Baseball, 1 0, 1 1: Stetistlcian Soccer. 1 0.1 1, Flalley Club. 1 0. 1 1, Powder Puff. 10. 1 1, Nomination Con- vention, 1 1 , Night Pallsy. 1 0. 1 1, Track. 1 1 Vlokls Gstssl Marching Bend, 10. 1 1, Concert Bend. 10, 1 1, Gerrnen Club. 1 1 . 1 2 Dssnns sorgs: Field Hockey. 10,1 1,12,Soccer.1D.1 1.12, Latin Club. 12: DECA. 12: SCA Represents' tive, 10 Dsvslllssonl Young Life. 1 1,12, Wres- tling, 1 1 , Track. 1 0, Yearbook Staff. 1 1 , 1 2 Laura sta: Field Hockey. 1 0. Capt. 1 1 , 1 2, Basketball. 1 O, Softball. 1 0, Yearbook. 1 O: Spanish Club. 10. 1 1 Rsndl lloldbsrgx French Club. 10, 1 1,12, Powder Puff. 12: SCA Flap.. 1 2 Jsnnlfsr lloodrloh: Cheerleader. 10: Coquattas. 1 1 , 1 2, Newspaper Staff, 1 1 . Ed. 1 2 Jsmss Graham: Football, 1 D. 1 1, Computer Club. 10 Dsl-sk Crsysrx Video. 10. 1 1: FBLA. Traas. 1 1, SCA Vice President. 1 2: ICC Chairman, 12, Leadership Workshop: Model UN Andrsw Debate. 1 0. 1 1 . 1 2: Forensics. 1 0.1 1 . 1 2: Newspaper Staff, 10, Ed. 1 1, Drarna, 10,1 1,12: Modal UN. 12: Thaspiens. 1 1 . 12: Who'e Who Among H.S. Students. 1 1 Qldusloz Gorrnsn Club. 10: Ecology Club. 10: DECA. Se. 1 2: SCA Rap.. 12 hsbsrt 01-lvnsloya Concert Chorus. 10: Msdrigels, 1 1,12: Thespoan. 10.1 1.12: Fall Play. 1 1,12: Spring Musical, 10.1 1: Talent Show. 1 Cl: Drama. 1 D. 1 1 , 1 2: Flagvonal Chorus. 1 1 , 1 2 Ksthsrlns Hsddoslu French Club. 1 1 Jsmss Hsllllx Nexus Club. 10 Loulss Hslst German Club. 10. 1 1 Jossphl-Islay: Wrastllng.'10,1 1,12 Hslqalstt Soccer. 1 1, 12 Jsnnl Hsrvsyx French Club, 10.12, Falcon Press. 10. Ed. In Chlal, 12' Yearbook Sact. Ed.. 12 llhdl I Latin Club. 'l 0. 1 1 , 1 2:- Kay Club. 1 2: SCA Flap.. 1 D. 1 1, Soccer, 1 0,1 1 , 1 2, Cheerleading, 1 1, Miss Cox Pageant. 10: Coouattas. 10 Mstthsw Hsydsm Govarnor's School Alternate. 1 O: Computer Club. Pres. 1 1. French Club. 1 1, Kay Club, 1 1, Na- tional Honor Socoaty, 1 1. Soc, 1 2: Boy's State. 1 1: Forensics. District Champ, 1 1 , 1 2: Senior Class Vlca President. 1 2: Executive Councll, 12: SCA, 1 2: Ne- tlonal Merit Scholarship Commendation. 1 1 Julls Hsyssi French Club. 1 0. 1 1 , 1 2: Ecology Club. 1 1: Gymnastic Team Manager. 1 1 Chris Hsndrhn Yearbook. 12: Key Club. 1 2, TAPS. 1 2 lrlsn Hsstonl Ecology Club. 10: SCA Ben. 1 1: DECA. 12: FBLA. 12 lhslls Hlgglnsl Basketball. 1 0.1 1 , Capt. 1 2: Softball, 10, 1 1 , Capt. 12, Key Club. Ssnior Class Bop.. 12, SCA Alt., Young Lifa. 1 1,12: Campaignars, 1 1.12: Powder Puff. 1 1,12: Exacutlva Councll, 12 Wlll Hlghtonl Adv. Band. 1 0. 1 1 . 1 2: Nlarchlng Band. 1 0. 1 1, 1 2: Jazz Band. 12: Concert Band. 10.1 1,12 Jsnnlfsr Hosllu Folkdanclng Club. 10, German Club, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2, Marching Band. 10.1 1: Symphonoc Band.1O.1 1, Young Life. 1 1 . 1 2: Yearbook Staff. 1 2: CMA. 12, SCA Pap.,12, CYF, 1 1,12 Dsvld Hoflmsm French Club. 10. 1 1, FBCA. 1 2: Madrigels. 1 CJ. 1 1 , 1 2, Regional Chorus. 1 O, 1 1 . 1 2, Golf Team. 1 1 , 1 2 Pdnsls Holnsrga FHA. 12: French Club. 1 O Klmbsrlyl-Goods Modal UN. 1 1: Fall Play. 1 2, Thaspians. 1 2 Edward Hoppsri Math Club, 11, Cross Country. 10: Ski Club. 10. 1 1: lndoor Track, 10: Baseball. 10: Young Life. 12 Chrlstlns Houss: Young Life. 10.1 1.12, Garrnan Club, 10.1 1.12: Campalgners. 10. 1 1: Kay Club, 1 1 . 1 2, Flaglonal Chorus. 1 1, FBLA. 12: Ecology Club. 1 2: Jefferson Club. 1 2 Ksrsn Howard: Ecology Club. 10: CMA. 1 1. VP 12: Powder Puff, 1 1.12: Yearbook, 10 Pstsr Howard: Bobeball. 1 1 , 1 2: Football. 1 1 lrls French Club, 1 1 , 1 2 Jssobli ln- door Track. 1 1, Dutdoor Track. 1 1: Garman Club. 1 2: Science Club. 1 2 Ulrlks Jsssblz French Club. 1 2 Nlsols Jsfnssa Basketball. 10, Tennis. 10, 1 1. Capt. 1 2: Latin Club. 10. 1 1 . Sac. 1 2, Executive Council. 1 1, SCA. 1 0. 1 1 Dssdrs Jsnklnsi SCA. 1 O. 1 1 , 1 2: Spanish Club. 10. 1 1: Kay Club. 10: Track. 1 0: Modal UN. 1 2: Prom Committee. 1 2: Homecoming Committee. 1 2, Fall Play. 1 2: Spring Play. 1 2: Young Life. 1 0. 1 1 , 1 2: Yearbook. CopyEd. 10 Alny Jsroyn French Club. 10: Science Club. Sac.12:Foransica. 1 1: SCARap.. 10.1 1.12: Coouottoa. 10.1 1: Young Life. 10.1 1: Yearbook. 1 1.12: Powder Puff, 1 1 . 1 2 Dsvld Johnson: Yearbook. 1 0. 1 1, Newspaper, 10,1 1, Soccer. 10.1 1.12: SCA Flap.. 12: Kay Club, 1 1 KslyJsh1sonn FBLA. 10.1 1.12: Who's who Arnong H.s. Students Kan Johnsons Soccer. 10.1 1,12: Kay Club. 1 1: SCA. 1 2: Yearbook. 1 1: Young Life. 10.1 1.12 Robb Johnson: Latin Club. 1 1 lllssbsth Jonson Gyrnnaatics. 1 0. 1 1 . Capt. 12: Tennis. 10. 1 1. 12: Soccer. 10,1 1, 12, Indoor Track. 10. 1 1,12: Outdoor Track. 1O.11.'l2: - ing. 10.1 1, Capt 12: Flsgional Chorus. 11.12:lCC:ExeotJUvBCOlJr1dl. 12: SCA Flop. 10. 1 1 Tlmothy Jonson VVrastling. 10.1 1.12: Spanish Club. 10: FBLA. 1 1.12: FHA. 12 l Basketball. 10 Ellzabeth Kaweeklx Who's Who Among H.S. Students: . Tennis. 10: Cross Country. 1 0. 1 1 . 1 2: Outdoor Track, Manager. 1 1 : Indoor Track. 1 1 Scott Keellng: SCA President. 1 2: City- Wlde SCA Vice Chalrman, 1 2: SCA Tnsesurer. 1 1: Latin Club 1 0.1 1. Trees. 1 2: Track. 10. 1 1,1 2: Football. 1 0 Chrlatlne Kelly: Spanrsh Club. 10: Adv. Band, 1 0. 1 1 . 1 2: Marching Band. 10.1 1.12:ReglonaIBand.10.1 1.12 Mlehael Klnney: Marching Band. 1 0: French Club. 1 1: TAFIS, 12: FBLA. 12: Computer Club. 1 1: Young Life, 1 2 Sally Kllada: JV Lacrosse: Wingspan. Layout Editor. 1 1 . Trees.. 1 2 Cerrnellta Klleyz Key Club. 1 0. 1 1 . 1 2: Ecology Club. V. P. 10. Pres. 1 1: French Club, 10. 1 1: Yearbook. 10. Sect. Ed.. 1 1 . Sect. Ed.. 1 2: SCA Horneroom Pep. 1 2: Indoor Track. 1 0.1 1 . 1 2: 0utdoor- Track. 1 0. 1 1 . 1 2: Young Life. 10.1 1.12: ICC. 10 Holly Klfn: Spanish Club. 10. Sec. 1 1: Latin Club. 1 1: Science Club, Hlst. 12: Model UN. 12: Wingspan. 1 2: CMA. 1 2: Who's Who Among H.S. Students: Key Club. 10.1 1.12 HMS: Krddar: French Club, 1 0 Debreh Kupyer: SCA. 1 1: Executive Council. 1 2: Key Club. 1 0. 1 1 , 1 2: German Club. 1 0. 1 1 , 1 2: JETS. 1 0: Powder Puff. 1 1 . 1 2: Who's Who Among H. S. Students: CMA, 10. 1 1 Tony Laura: Football. 1 1 . 1 2: Wrestling. Terry 1 0. 1 1 . 1 2 7 Steven Lay: Ecology " Club. 10: French Club. 10: Gerrnan Club. 1 1.12: SCA. 1 1 Mloheel Ledlowl CMA. 10. 1 1. Pres. 12: Key Club. 10. 1 1: Wrestling. 1 0: Latin Club. 1 1: SCA Flap., 12 Scott Lees Falcon Press. 10, 1 1: Model UN. 12: FBLA. 10 Sharrl Lael Ecology Club. 10: CMA. 1 0. 1 1 . 1 2: Volleyball Club. 1 0: Powder Puff. 1 1.12: Young Llfe. 10 Shelle Legaoy: Gymnastlcs. 1 1. 1 2 Lllllon Dlvlnas Adv. Band, 1 1. 12: Latin Club. 12 Jerl Undaeyr French Club. 10 Kathryn Loftln: International Thesplan Society. 10. Treas.lSec.. 1 1, Pres.. 12: Fall Play. 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2: Spring Musical. 1 0. 1 1 . 1 2: Governor-'s School. 1 2: SCA. 1 0. 1 1: Executive Council. 1 2: French Club. 1 1. Co-chair., 1 2: Foren- lice. 1 0. 1 2: Wingspan. 1 2 SUM! Loaohls Key Club. 1 0. 1 1 1 Ecol- ogy Club. 10: Spanish Club. 1 1: CMA. 1 1 . 1 2 Heather MeeKlnnonx Spanish Club. 1 0: Guldance Worker, 1 1: Powder Puff. 1 1 . 1 2 : D a lu n M a r I a n I l Spanish Club. 1 0 Karla Marllnghauei French Club. 10: Model UN. 12: Wingspan. 1 2: Science Club. 12: Young Life. 12 lueeell Mutha Basketball. 1 0 Ryan Metyear Spanish Club. 1 0 Martha Mollreryl Flag Squad. 1 0: Marching Send. 10. 1 1 . 1 2: Forensics. 10: Latin Club. 10: Symphonic Band. 10.11: Jazz Bend. 11: SCA Rep.. 1 1: BandClub. Treaa. 1 1: Gern-1anClub. 1 1. Sec. 1 2: Who's who Among H. S. Student! Shadi Molloy! WYQSUIFQ, 10, 1 1.12: Indoor Track. 1 1 , 12: Outdoor Track. 12: SCA Rep., 1 1.12 'nlolnb Soccer. 11 Sennla SCA.10.11,12:Fine Ar1eClub. 1 1: Model UN. 12: Key Club. 12: ng. 11.12: Powder Puff. 11.12 Fld Baaaball. 10.11.12 lnlunenaieteeol Tennie. 10,1 1. Canf- 12: Young Llle. 10. 1 1. 12: Key Club. 1 1.12: Yearbook Photography Edltor, 1 1.12: TAPS, 1 1: Executive Councll, 12: lng. 12: Powder Puff. 12 Dwayne Mellleela FHA. 10: lndoor Track. 10. 1 1 . 1 2: Outdoor Track. 10. 1 1 . 1 2: Football. 1 0. 1 1: SCA. 10.1 1. 12 WeyneMeNeali BCA.10.1 1.12: Track. 10.11.12: Football. 11,12 Terenee Meelreu MSPCNOHQ Bend. 10.1 1.12: Concert Band. 10. 1 1.12. Jazz Bend. 1 1.12: Drum Caotaln. 11.12: GermanClub. 11.12 Sretehen Merrlttr Kay Club. 10. Sec 1 1.12: Latin Club. 10. Hlet 1 1.12: Ne- tlonal Honor Soolety. 1 1. 12: Execuuva Couholl. 12: Yearbook. 10 lenea Mayer-el Volleyball. 10: Softball. 1 0.1 1 . 1 2: Latin Club. 1 2: CMA. 1 2: Yearbook. 1 0: Powder Puff. 1 2: SCA Flap.. 12: Soccer. Capt. 10: Basketball. Capt. 10. 1 1. CsDt. 1 2 Lee Mlele: Ecology Club. 1 0 Valerle Mlklovloz Fashion Show. 10: DECA. 12 Devld Mlleez Spanlsh Club. 10: Ecology Club. 1 1: DECA. 12: SCA Flep. 1 0. 1 1 Wanda Mlzellaz Key Club. 1 1: FBLA. 1 1.12: Young l.lfe. 1 1 Mlehele Mohler-ea French Club. DECA, 1 1, 12: Fashion Show Produc- tion. 1 1 . 1 2 Jullet Moore: Newspaper Staff, 1 1. Co. Ed.-ln-Chief. 12: Powder Puff. 1 1, Chairperson, 12: DECA. 1 1 . VP 1 2: Key Club. 12: SCA Pep. 12: Fashion Show Production. 1 1 , 1 2 Lealla Moran: DECA. 1 1 .Pres 12: Fashion Show Production. 1 1 , 1 2: Jefferson Club. 12: Executive Council. 11: SCA Flep..10.1 1 Adam More-la: Folkdanclng. 10: Debate. 1 1 . 1 2: Model UN. 1 1 . 1 2: Falcon Press. 10.1 1: SCA. 1 1 Prlecllle More-la: FBLA, 1 2: Young Life. 1 2 10.111 Lynn Neleon: Fleld Hockey. 1 0.1 1.1 2: Soccer. fl 0.1 1 . 1 2: Key Club. 10: Spanish Club. 1 CJ. 1 1: Latin Club. 12: Powder Puff. 1 1.12: Who's Who Among H. S. Students Palge Neloons Volleyball Club, 10: Young Life. 10: Jefferson Club. 10: TAPS. 12 Mlke Page: Football. 10. 1 1.12: Key Club. 1O,VP 11. Pres. 12: ICC. 1 1: VJAS. 1 1: Executive Council. 12: Indoor Track. 10 Tidewater Science Fair. 1 1 Cherlla Parker: Wrestling. 10. 1 1.12 Anne Peeley: SCA Pep., 10: Executive Council. 1 1.12: Latin Club. 10: lCC. 1 1 , 1 2: FHA Leadership Conference. 1 0,1 1 . 1 2: Latin Conference. 1 0: Powder Puff, 11.12 Robert Pedlgo: Wrestling. 10. 1 1,1 2: Electronics Club. 1 1 Mleheel Pakarokyx Ecology Club. 1 0. 1 1: DECA 12 Shannon Perry: Indoor Track. 10.11.12: Outdoor Track. 10.11.12: Gymnastics. 10: SCA Flap.. 10: Powder Puff. 12 Kelly DECA. 12 Amy Phllllpas Spanish Club. 1 1.12: Yearbook Staff. 10: Ecology Club. 10: FBLA. 12 Marla Poole: Spanish Club. 10: FBLA. 11,12: FHA. 11 Carolyn Powerax Chorus. 1 1: Yearbook, 1 1: Powder Puff. 1 1.12: Young Life. 1 1.12: Geri-nan Club. 12: Flag Guard. 12: Miss Cox Pageant. 12 Suean Pewerex SCA. 10,1 1.12: Model LIN. 12 Mlehela Preeterlual Swim Team. 1 1: FBLA. 1 1: Dive Team, 1 1: Jefferson Club. 12 Jail Puckett: Vldeo Club. 10. 1 1. Debate. 1 0.1 1 . 1 2: German Club. 10. 1 1,121 Computer Club. Pres- 10. Forensics. 11: Wingspan. Photo. Ed.. 12 Sean Prlneei DECA. VP 12. Spanish Club. 10 Marl:Purvlal Band.11,12 Rlehard Sulnni Latin Club. 1 1.1 2. Computer Club. 10. TBUHIB. 10. 1 1 Anne Halnrnelll Young Llfe. 10.11.12. Yearbook. 12: Powder Puff. 12 Qlelyl Beaton Drerne Club. 1 0. 1 1. 1 2: National THSSDISH Society. 1 1 . 12. Madrwgela. 10. 1 1.12. French Club. 10. 1 1, Kay Club. 10.11.12: FleglonelChorue. 10.11.12. Honore Choir. 12: Croae Counuw. 1 1. Sorrng Nluelcal.10.1 1. Fall Play, 12 lloherd leln Spenleh Club. 10. DECA. 12 Andrew lnoaoear Marching Band. 10.11.12. CornoutarClub.11. Nauonel Merit Scholarehro Commendation. 12. SclencaClub. 12 WW llnerl Debate. 10. 12. Forenaica. 10.11.12: Latin Club. 10.11. Sec 12. Model UN. 11.12. Jeffereon Club. 11. Secffreaa.. 12. SCAFlao. 10.12 Krlelllheru LatlnCll.b. 10.1 1. 12: Club. 10. 1 1 . Fllld Hockey. 1 1 . . Sofmell. 10. 1 1. 12. CroaeCounuw. 10. Powder RM. 1 1. 1 2 Uaailtedr BoanrehCln.b.10.FHA.11. HCL 12 Paul leberteenl French Club. 10. 1 1.12. Scianoe Club. Bao ffreae . 12: Yearbook. Beast Ed. 12. VJAS, 1 1. KOY 12 Tidewater Science Fair, 1 1. National Student Art Award. 12 Stephanie Flohdenburg: German Club Vice Presldent. 10. 1 1: Yearbook. Sect Ed.. 10. Sect. Ed.. 1 1. Editor'-ln'ChlEf. 12: Key Club. Class Flap. 1 0. Class PleD.. 11, VP 12: SCA Flap. 10: Executive Council, 1 1: ICC. 10. 1 1.12. SOfLDBlI Manager, 1 1.12: Spanlsh Club. 10. Leadership Workshop. 12: Glrl's State Alter-nate. 12: NHS Student of the Month. 1 2 Young Life. 1 0.1 1.1 2. Campalgners, 1 0. 1 1 , 1 2 Kelly Rothoff: Cross Country. 10.11.12: Indoor Track. 10.1 1.12: Outdoor Track. 1 0. 1 1 April Sabourln: German Club. 10. 1 1.1 2: Coquettes. 1 1, Capt. 12: CMA, 1 1.12: YSBFYJOOK. 12. Powder Puff. 1 1 , 1 2: Who's Who Among H.S. Students Rob Sandafur: Key Club. 10. Fleoorter. 11. Sec. 12. Executive Council. 12. Frank Club. 10: Yearbook. Sect. Ed . 12. Cox Scholasbc Team. 1 1: Boy's State Alternate. 1 1: Campaigners. 1 1 . 1 2. Young Life. 1 1 . 1 2: National Merit Scholarship Commendation. 12: Na- tional Honor Society. 12: NHS Student of the Month 1 2 Scott Sanger: Football. 10. Gerrnan Club. 10. 12 Shelly Setterwhltez Spanish Club. 1 2 Paul Sawyer: Wrestling, 10. 1 1,12 Chrle Schallhammerz Wrestlrng. 10, Football. 11. Capt. 12: Powder Puff Coach. 1 1.12: video Assistant. 1 1 . 12 Chrlatopher Saabren: FOOCDBII. 10. A.V. Helper, 10. 1 1 , 1 2: SCA Flep., 10, 1 1 Rob Slbert: Football. 1 1: DECA. 12 Stephanle Slebeklng: Marching Band. 10,1 1.12: Color Guard, 10.1 1. Capt. 12: Gerrnan Club. 10. Sec. 11. VP 12. Young Life. 1 1 . 1 2: Campalgners. 1 1.12: Folk Dancing. 12: Half Fast Bend. 1 1 Chrletlne Smlthx National Honor Society. 10. Sec. 1 1. Pres. 12: Foren- sics. 12: Cross Country. 10. 1 1: Indoor Track, 10: Outdoor Track. 10: Execu- tive Councll. 11: SCA Flep.. 10: CMA. 1 1: French Club. 10: Key Club, 10. FBLA. 10: Governor's School. 10. Leadership Workshop. 1 1: Who's Who Among Arnericen H.S. Students. 1 1. ln- deoendentStudy. 10.11.12 Donald Spaneer: German Club, 10.1 1.12: Soccer. 10.1 1.12: Execu- tlve Council. 1 1: Class Officer. 1 1 , SCA Rep., 12: Wrestling. 12: Talent Show. 10. 1 1 Tammy Sorulll: DECA. 10.12: Cllnlc Helper. 1 1 Jaoquellne Stanfleldx Kay Club. 10. Gyrnnasbcs Manager. 10: Indoor' Track. 10.11.12: Outdoor Treck,10.11.12. Fleld Hockey. 1 1.12: National Honor Society. 1 1 , 1 2: Young Llfa, 1 1 . 1 2. Powder Puff. 1 1 . 12 Andreaa Starllngx wrestling. 10.11.12: GerrnenCIub. 11.12 Ann S Yearbook. Sect Ed. 1 1. Sect. Ed.. 12. Girrs BSSKSLDSII Statisuclen. 1 0, 1 1 . 1 2. SCA Treasurer. 12: National Honor Society. 1 1.12. Gen-nan Club. 10. 1 1 Krletlna Stelnkemol Latin Club. 12. Science Club. 12 Snarenltewarta Tennis. 10. FBLA. 10. DECA. 1 1. 12. Fashion Show Produc- uon. 1 1.12 KlrnberlyStlverelKeyClub.11.SD0nleh Club. 11. Powder Puff. 12. SCA. 12. Falcon Preee.12,Model UN. 12 ldward Slum: Football. 12. Wreatllng. 10.11.12.Gerrv1onClub. 10.11.12 Suaan Sweeney: Cheerleading. 12. DECA. 1 1. Powder Pull. 1 1.12, Guidance Woriar. 1 1 Matt Swlnglel Tennle. 10. Basketball. 1 1.12. Beeebell. 12 Morel Syvnonel Debate. 10.11, Capt 12. Model UN. 11.12.SCA Flea. 11. Executive Council. 12. Boy'e Slate. 1 1. NSLIOUSU Merit Semlrmallel.. 12. TIOSWSIDY' Challenge. 12. French Dub. 10.1 1. Prea 12. TARS. 1 1. VP 12. Key Club. 10. 1 1.12. Wno'e Who Among H S Studente Laura 'HON French Club. 10. Chorua. 10. MSOFQQIIS. 12. Na UONSI Honor Society. 10. VP 1 1.12. Ad vancad Band. 10. Pr-ee 1 1.19. . 10. Vaarbmxxh. 10.1 1.12. LItU'erwNlaganna.1O.SCA.'VP 1 1, Qi Tearn. 1 1 Miferh 8oanld'1Club. 10.11.12 Td'rl Young Life. 12 Mlka Tollve: Wrestl-ng, 1 0. 1 2 Mleey Tourgee: Gyrnnast-cs. 10. Tennis. 10. 1 1,1 2. Cr-leerleadlng. 1 1. Caot 12. Hornecorn-ng Court. 12. Leadershlp Workshop, 12. Ea-ecutl-.e Councll. 12, ICC. 12 Brooke Towneend: 1 1.1 2. Homecoming Court. 'l 1.1 2. Spanlsh Club. 12, SCA, 12 Theodore Trevelataad: Soccer. 1 1. 12. Class Treasurer. 10,1 1 SCA F190 10. 1 1 . 1 2. Talent Show Erncee. 10.1 1.12. Fall play. 12 Davld Turner: French Club. 1 1. 12. Wrestling. 1 1.12 Gary Tye: German Club. 1 0.1 1.1 2. Ecology Club. '10. Volleyball Club. 10. Football. 12 Cheer-'eao.ng. Scott Van Saluwe: Spanish Club. 10. Key Club, 1 1.12. Soccer. 1 1.1 2. Soy's State. 1 1. SCA Pep , 12. Who's Who Among H S SUJOGUCS Dldio Van Valkenbtrdi: SCA Peo . 10. Spanish Club, Trees, 10. Coouettes. 10: Key Club, 10, 1 1. Trees 1 2. Yearbook, 1 1. Sect. Ed, 12. Executlve Council. 1 1.12: Powder Puff. 1 1.12 Loure Vler: French Club. 10. Key Club. 1 1. Forenslcs. 1 1. Model UN. 12. Wingspan. 12: Falcon Press. 12 Scott Vellvae Labn Club. 1 1 Ellzebeth Ven Kolnltzz Sophomore Class President. Model UN. 10. Sec. 1 1. EX9C1JUVeCOUl"lCll, 12. GerrnanClub. Sec . 10. National Honor Society. 10.1 1. VP 12. KeyClub.10.1 1.12. Ex- ecutive CJIFTCII. 1 1.12. City-w-de SCA, Sec.. 12. Gu-l's State. 12. Leader-snip Workshoo,12,TAPS. 10.1 1. Pres 12. JSHBFSOTTCIUU. 11. Pres 12 Wllllarn Wagner: Football. 10. Wres- tling.1O,1 1.12 Jerl Walter Co- ouettas. 10. 1 1. Key Club. 10.11.12. Young Life. 12 Erln-Welehr Soccer. Capt.. 10.11.12. Fleld Hockey. 10.11. Capt 12. Leon Club. 11. Hlst 12:PowderPuf1,11.12 Alaehwhltar Powder RJH. 12. 5081811 Club. 10: Soccer. 1 1. Young Lrle. 10.11. FBLA. 12: Jefferson Club. 12 John Whlteoni FBLA. 11. M0005 UN. 12:Golf.12:GuidenceAld. 12 Robert Wlggr German Club. 1 1.12. DECA, 1 1.12. Jefferson Club. Pres 12. Fashion Snow. 10. 1 1 'l'UnothyWbrlohta Key Club. 1 1. Wres- urng. 10.11.12. Football. 10.1 1. Labn Club. 10. SCA Fiap.10.1 1,12.Y0uf1Q Life. 10.1 1 Amy Wllklnex Cheerleading. 1 1.12. Cooue!xle.11.FHA. 11.SCASep.11. Executive Counol. 12. PowoerPuff. 12. Who's Vvho Arnong H S Students llleobeth Wleonl Young LIYS. 10. Key Club. 10. Spanish Club, 10. VOUMKQII Club. 1 0. Softball. 1 0.1 1.12. Yearbook. Sect Ed . 1 1.12. SCA Secretary Suean Woods Executive Council. 1 1. Second VP 12. Nauonal Honor Socsety. 11.12. Key Club. 10.11. GervnenCrub. 10.11. Softball. 10.11.12. Workshop. 12. Neptune FSSIIVSI Princesa. 12. Governor-'e School, 12. Gu-re State. 12 AlaaWoet'd Soccer. 10. Beeketbell. 10. Track. 10. Nauonol Honor Society. 10. Sec 1 1.12. Jl.nlorCloeePreasoenL . 1 1. FruwchClub, 12 Jeonea Yeungbergl Tennle. 9.1 0.1 1. Capt 12. Key Club. 10, 1 1, SDSWISN Club. 10. Goll Team. 12. Young Lila. 10.1 1.12. Member or the Feorieaa Falcon Fouriorne. Whoa Vvho ArnongH S Students LAM! Yu FBLA 10.11. Spanien Club. 10 11.Foll Steven lanettll Lauri Club. 10. VP1 1 Pvva 12. Key Chill, 10 12. indoor Yracn. 10 11.12. Croee Coun Uw.12.SCAFla0 11.l2C.11.Fedhul1 SNOW. 10, Young Llle. 10.1 1.19. Vec- booh. Sec Ed 10.11 Anfjlgggu Fri!!! Club. 10 CNAA 11 Muelele leteutn Drama Club. 1 1. Cheee Club. 10. Convuutar Club 11. C3eNvUlDuAJ. 11 Mil Outdoor-Yrs:-. 11 Mn!! 0-r1rw..iwCtA.l 10 12. Forenakx. 11 Senior Statistics I 211 2.011011 'VY-7'W 7' .Scwce 7""'C mor uno I v J v VU Cannon. Sara 411. 1110. 1111. 11197 Curley. Jonathan - 82 M r fl I l'annnn.'1nna - 91 Clury. Kevin - 82 6 H-f r V7 ' on. my -n cum. oqiraa - rox ua-i . r , . 1 ia . .. . .. . 40 .. nf wer mf . mf Arr conditioning MH-1--H H fm. 1-1 vi 0 -I1 lkll Ima i ill Cmkn, 1. W 10, 411, SI Annan Chnirinr 'll ln' ln' Ilelrrr i 'I ' . in. lag Ahbale Jennilfr 'll 9' D ngia I ,Ll - 71, nn... knnrlrr ii i: mm, Z W rw 1 .L 1 W I Allann 1 Nral 'av llennen, 8 .uk ill f,m,uA ycmuk, gl -k..Luiii 1 nual 'll Ilenllei, ri ar 111 Cgmill, Kgmfggly e All -Kilann leann 'll Ben l' . Ill-1 a a ...... ...... fUP'l' . -...Bw .Q .. 'T' 1 Drrver's educatro Mlann Ri. hard 'ii llcnni nm 1. . 170 COD C nw o A,-fe Amber 'al Ilerpm-ner.1-ielsn 47. 1119 C . - I Aga- 1 ind. 81 ryan-m. Ruben 70 Cyan, Tammy e 91 - " Agurar John in i-ning 'nn-nu. vo qu-.,,, pqmm in Dammo. Julie Y 91 Ann. 1-mareui wi Cane, - 91 DINWJ- 1711119 - 32 . ' Dana. Garvel - 72 Ahh!!! R amien il N' '61 Nkrn -kndrea 81 IW. 1:10 urn Jihn 40 -Kllnx liranl ll umm, Imlal 'll -klhanu Arxlrea 46 IND In 71 ..ww. uf . 'ii i H Ikm I-Jrrahelh lleihearx Nln ' 5 Den. Brel!-50.150 akamai. Joann an i .1 4 7 7 Alexander. Renato 711 Bnim, Knsly - '11, IN J Z I -Kleaarakr. Rm 'll l 1a:k.Trary Ill, 19, .17 klnuakr. lhrlln llll I lxkrni 'hmnna -- 'll um. non.. 711 Mun .M , in Allan. um. wi Bl v 1, 177 J Allen iiregon 46 Blani , 70 Allen, Nlaraine 11N Blauxey. ur -17 Allen. Roh-n an Illoemer. J - 47, 1511, lil ' Klkn, Sarah 70 Blount. Li au.. mm. 'n. im Bimini. im f Alia. Tum 90 Blolso . All . 176 . Rlaani, John 81 Boggs. llnixmg 70. 1119 -Xmhnne. Slese 1114 Bnhlke. Todd 70, 150 Am. Jcllrey f vu, 111,112.1 .1 :dxf n..1.,., a..m. - gl Amex. Melina e Nl xl 1 Ll f 70 . 79, 1811 Arran. Cmtaen - 70 6 +':-r Amm.Coumaey - 111 'e y f 90 4 , Aniknm. Brel - 111 Buothe. Tom - 47. 66. 141 Anderwn lawn -f 70 Bonn. Amy - 111. 47 Araknnn Knxun - 111 Bi l1.Ffancn - 81 Andermn. Manheim -- 90 l o, Dem f 7 .wma R.-hy.. 111.17 ix B ul. l30.1. Andtrlun. Mark - III f 3 Andrein. Alena fe 125 Bowen. M -- . 133. 15 Q + Aoilrevn. Kalhleen f- 5. 46. 185 Bowen, Lon - 47, 167, 176, 177 Andreiax. Nlllll! -r il Bowser. Evelte 0 Andrein, Nicole f 81, 1116 Boyd. Brandon . 147 Angel. Steven - 90 Boyd. Tm 9 Arnlh. Charles - 'IJ Boy - ill Anshamkrau. Pamela - 111 o. I - 90 Anzhehelle. Amy - 90 W ham - I0-1 Amz1.M.l1e - 46.161, 165 well. Jaime - 90 Arnhold. Jennifer - 90 lord. Amy - 162 Amid. Mime.. - oo Brad1ey.Chene - 90 0 Q. Ashhruok.Ca1hy - .7. 45. 46. 165. 179 ,Ashton Sarah - 70. Ill. 162. IN. 6 6 6 Atkinson. Rlzlrl - Auger. Scan - W. 150. 158 1.16. 53.1 . :::.:':L:.:"2. Q66 10 J' Boathouse Bah.-ock. Mvge - 104 Babel. Allison -- 81.174 Badawr. Gigi - 70 sapy. 0-year - vo. na. m sam. Rouen - 'ro Bapull. Tarnrru - 'D Bailey. Amy - 90 Bar1ey.Ash1ey - so Barley. Dawn - 70 Bailey. William - 81 Barr. Kenneth -81.150 Baudl. lnnda - 104 nam. may - vo. in sam. Jerry - sr naw. Nancy -us. 168. 114. 179 Baldwin. CIUISIWKY - 90 Ba1dw1n.Palnek - 70. 79. 172. 179 Ballard. Rohen - 46. 189 Balkw. Woody - 19. 19. 38. 46. Balog. Rooen - 70 Balovieh. Nicholas Baady. Bankes Banks. Banks. Bam. Bam. Buala.Ray- 150. ISI. 165 E Barla.l7avld-'D Bradley Melissa - 90 Branch: John - 70 ...... Wy Br-annegan Shannon 81 ' '-57.1- Brannen. Cozcne - 'E 7 Bramley. Chnsune - 44. 47 Brasil. Claudia - 70. 167. 170 Br-archer. Rebecca - 70. 189 Q , 179 Braun. laun - -17. 178 Braunheck. Shane - 90 Bray. Mary Ann - 102 Brazier. David - 81 Breekmndgc. Derek - 81 Breeee. Bic - 91 Bremer. Kevin - 70. 189 Brennan. Amy - 81 Brenner. Mary - 91 Brelhauer. Kenneth - 70 Breumg. Kimberly - 91 Breunrg. Terry - 81 Bnan. Tammy - 71 Bnen. Jean - 70 05735 Bnen. Pamela - 47. 60. 64. 113. 164. 166. 178. 179. 182 Bnggs. Amy - 47. 55. 66. 109. Bnnkman. Bngrd - 13. 47. 179. Bnnkman. Peler - 70. 127. 139 Bnnn. Audra - 44. 47 Bnsbin. Kim - 47. 48 Bryxon. Jenmler -- 70 Buchanan. David - 81 175 189 Buck. Kelly - sl. Buck. Shaw - 47, Buflingion. Bob - 47. 68, 164. Bullock. Roger - 91 Bundy. Allison - Bundy En Buonv y.Klm ' . Yolanda-9 Blro.Kna-70 Bareoune.Jarnea-'Xl Barke1.Mlk-70.130 Blnlrtvlaoda-70. 172.191 .Lisa-90 555 Blren. Bunneau. Baton. Banos. Bm. Bas. Burr Blln. Banana. Bus. .. Baylea. Beach. Beaelnm Beard. Bal. Lime Mlchrl - 47 Mymu - 70. iso Myron - 47 Bl1.Glem -145. 158 xmder - W1 BIRIIIII. Ale Mlial 1 212 ! Index B . Jeffrey - 81 Byrne. Mary - 81.175 Byrne. Wm. - 91 165. 167. 175. 196 192 167. 175 11411 ft.: f13......3"' .:.. 6015.3 c.J Caxuneda. Sergio - 411. 91 Greg 5 laurel Toild - 111 120 I 7 ' 606 can il - zr-fax. no. iris C . - 91 L u1.Jl Chance. Sharon f 71 Chapman. Rick - 71 mexky. John - si Guaiese. Danielle - 81 Chilton. Dyan - 71. IBB. 189 Chllde Pamela 49. 1119 Cho. g - . .xz.iL ir. vnneau. Bren - - 9 ni - 11 -25oyff:7- . Wil - 50. 1611 . - . Ie 91 rr. nnr - 72. N Darden. Mary Srewan - 102 Steven - 91 . - 72. 137. 171 D'aun - 50. 182 Dav 82 Da! , ie 72. 191 David. Kerry - 91 Q Davidson. Michael - 72. 150 - 72 a. 2 40 Q, .. IXVIQ, - 91 mv... miami. - so. iss ' Davin. Haalfcr - 82. 155. 172 Davis. Luaia 102 - I a - I . 72. 68 Davis. Ie - Davin. Tracy - 72. 182 Davis. Valentino - 82 Chmroll. .lg7 Church. Autumn - 91 Churchnl. Cheryl - vi Cianlranr. Michel - 71 C . Clark Bnan - 81 clan.: Camry.. - si. ns. we 1. -SM! Clark. Colin - 49. 66. 68. 111. 161. 166. 167.168, 174. 175 Clark Clark . Knslrn -91 lne- I9 cm: Rohm - in cm. sneny - si. iso A - lea ow.. vienna - 12, 167, iv vis Will --91 A 82 179 . Rachel - . 189 ' 82 ix. Daryl 2 but 9 Dehm. C Deoernfl. David - 82 2. 186. 187 021 Clark. Virginia - 80. 81. ll. 164. 191 Clark. William - 91 Claypool. Richard - 91 Coakley. Jocelyn - 13. 15. 48. 176. 177 Cobb. George - 81 Coggin. Jacinla - 71. 174 Cohan. Dawn - 39. -19 Cohan. Stoll - 71. 158 Coleharner. Karen - 81. 167. 172 Colehamer. Kenneth - 176 Coleman. Carolyn - 81 Coleman. Ene - 49. Il. 164. 181184. Coleman. Lisa - 49 Coll. Knshn - 91 Collier. Amy - 91 Collier. Collier. Collier. Collins. Collins. Collins. Connie - 91 James - 49 W. - 81 Angelique -' 72 Marshall 81 Palricia - 91. 188 Detllofl' Trrnolhy - 91 72 Dibelardino. Aldo . Dickens. Ingid - 104 Dickenson. Paul - 72 Dickson. Holly - 82. 190 Dehl. Gem - 102 Dieu. Trixie - 91 Drgeronimo. Erenl - 37. 91. 93. 97. 176 llngle. Tomi - 72 Diueaux. Mark - 72 Divilo. Chrinophs - 72 Ibbbinx. James - 115 Dobson. Meg - 72. 164. 166. 167. 177, 182 Doekrer. Monique -90. 91.164 .z.!aw,V . Brian -91 '. Kun - 91 . William - 5. 49. 50. 150 .Jana-104 Doniiue. James-72 Donahue. John - 45. 48. 50. 219 Collins Collmson Shannon W ,af I . - - 81 Concannon. Joann - 82. 186 Z Concert. Matthew 82 Conger. Roben - 82 Connor Jennifer 82 Conner. Eric f 82 Conover. Courtney 82 Conyers. Chad 91 Cook.Lisa-'EI72 Cook. Sherry - 39. 49. 189 Cooke. Kamna - 82. 172 Coonrod. Knsla - 49. 191 Cooper. Jay - 91 Copeland. Bren - 91 C land James II 917' - ' Copeland. Ronald -46. 49. 50. Ill. 136. 137. 164. 166 Copley. Tom - 102 Corcoran. Jeannene - 91 Cormier. Joseph - 72 Cortez. Michele - 82 Cosenza. Wendell -- 72. 109. 164. 168. 197 COSIDII. Tanya - 82 Couch. Barry - 82 Coup. Jason - 82 Counon. Virginia - 82 Cover. Dawn - 9l Col. William - 82 Craig. Amy - 82 Crarne. David - 82 Cralle. Michael - 91 Cruekmote. Fred - 7 2 Crualulli. Jeffrey - 49 Crlaafulli. Nicholas - 82 Cnseione. Michele - Crixvell. Paul - 72 15. 49. 176 DooaIdson.Ange1a-82 Donam.Cherie-72 Donaw.I.ori-50. 189 Doney.Erin-92 Dooley. Pal - IS. 2.5. 39. 51. 164. 168. Dooley. Michael - 72 Doacher. Erica - 92 Dougkty. Tunmlly - 92 Downie. Sunn - 104 Doyle. Paul - 12. 72. 73. 137. Dnzier. Alison - 83 Drake. Elinbelh - 83 lhexler. Erie - 92 lkye. Leigh - 83. 174 Liu - 8 Paul - S1 Dubraehelr. Nancy - 92 lhilfy. Jennifer - 92 Duke. Thomas - 72 Dunbar. Dwigh - 72 Dimbar. Leslie - 83 Dinphey. - 92 Ihrpaul. Eric - 83. 172 Iiamin. John - 72, 127. 164 Dustin. Kim -- 29. 46. 51. 64. mvnl. Kipal - 92. in Dysan. Fred - 83 Dyson. Angela - Sl. 164 175 67. 164. 167 Exams! 182. 191 Crixxvell. Susan - 91. 97 Crocker. Chud - Crocker. Nancy - Crooks. Heather - Crouch. Melina - Crowder. Karhy - Crow ky. Colleen - 72. 167. 177 Peter-91 Vesta-105 72 104. 115 72 49. 191 72. II. 164. 168. 174. 177 am. som - me r-1-aa. mapa - as emi. cane - as. url. rn. ion Eby. Terry - ss. us. iss Fnonomidia.Q'innpIH-83 BdeImm.Kria-92 Fa1elman.Soo1l-92 Bdmonaon.Me1isaa-72 1 Edvlds. Christine - 72. 76. 167. 177 Edwards. Douglas - 92 Edwards. Holly - 72. 161. 172 Edwards. Jeri - 92 Edwards. Kathleen - 72 Edwards. Lan - 72. 142. 143. 12.8 inwards. Traci - 72 Blenneller. Todd - 72 Bagood. Joh - 83. 133. 158 Ellgood. Megm - V2 73. 175. 191 E1lGhhIff'.MWhkl- 72 Eldon. Ima - 83 Ellaotl. Barbra - 72. 165. 191 Ellu. Kari - 92 Elln. Kevm -12. 44. 72.150 Ellsworth. lah - 92 Elhuonh. Susan - 72 E1 Nagala - 92 Fjmore. Chriruna - 51 Elxwiek. .loaqah - 72 annum. Amy - 92 Emu-ion. Sulame - 72 Fmgel. En: - 83. 164. 167. 176 Bagel. Tuli - 176. 179 Falnqll. Ralph - 72 EnH1y.Bizabed1 -92 spper1y.1cnm1 - 51.131142 spnm.1mm1n- sa Erb. Stephen - 83 Emi. Cahenne - 14. 72 Estes. Adllll' - 92 Ellen. David - 72 Enos. MIIBW -92 Euhanka. Cameo - 92 Bun. David -9 Fam. Soon - 90. 92. 164 Evans. Gram: - 83. 137 Evans. Kerry -92 Evans. Tonya - 51. 189 Ewing.la1ms-8 Fridays! Fa11p:n.S1evr-11-72 Fl'lD.1.dIl16-92 Fl1ow.M1d1eIe-92 Fay.Kevin-83 Faadivlllil. Surah-15. 51. 164. 175. 1110. 181. 182. 183 l, -51.69.168 Fodomdiarlene-83 David-83 Elly. Kevin-12. 118. 179 kh.Ie1e1lly-92 Ihlmfumihy-51.130 Femu4.Wi11iam-52 Yedimlehllu-92 k .Dl1lu-TZ. 83 Fupombourdu-72 Fa'p1m.Ke11y-S2 Rapam.M.ly-72 Ferni1.A1ae11a-104 Fh1d.laaon-92 Gard1ner.La1.1n-73 fiIl'di.vlI's1lllI-IN Cnarnenkoben-83 Gamrd.Kim11er1y-92 Gantll. Tiki - 73. 109. 165. 189. 191 Gams. Jennifer - 73, 175 Garvaz. Mwanl - 104. 174 Garvin. Knox - 83 Gasl. lamlc - 73. 189 Gaston. Sonja - 73. 158. 189 Gates, lames - 83 Gales. Victoria - 52 Gay1or.Caro1-73. 167. 172 Gegner. Kaur - 73. 188 Gegaer. Patncia - 92 Georg. Deanna - 52.134.142.189 German. Kelly - 92 Gibbs. Dwiglu - 73 Gibson, Stephan - 73 Giesen. David - 52 Gilman. Rohm - 73. 174 Gilson. Michelle - 92 Grngas. .lenmler - 92 Gmn. Angela -- 92 Glllll. Michelle - 73 Giah. Sharon - 73. 167. 179. 186 Gladwell. Chnswpher - 92. 172 Glover. lames - 92 GlllCk.0Wlk.1,,NlIl-I - 73. 145 -Godwin. Trane: - 73. 189 Goetz. Laun - 52. 127. 142 Goldberg. Cmg - 83. 150. 172 Goldberg. Mark - 92 Goldberg. Palncaa - 92 Goldberg. Rmdn - 52. 172 G01l.ler1mfa- 92 Good. John -92 Good. Tony - 137 Goodall. Lisa - 73, 189 Qhodnch. Joomla - SZ. 179.186, 187 Gordan. Rnchafd - 73 Gorman. Amy -6. 52.181 Cntlz1.Ma1! - 18. 73. 93 Gower. Calhmne - 83 Grabinaky.Kx11y -- 16 Graham. James - 52 Graham.1ane - 93 Gnnl. Philip - 25, 93 Gny.Codr1c - 73 Grayer. Derek - 52.61.62.67. 158. 164. 165.168.1911 Gnyer. James - 93 Gvvehenliori- Heusig. Bnn - 95 Hellea, Carol - 105 1-kndcnon. Carole - 11,4 Hd.ld1'll.CUISl3Pf - 53 Henry. Buabdh - 73 Her1ry.Mary - 102 Hemandez. Amhony - 73 1 Hemandzz.A1ad.rey - 73. 77. 1.4 Herbie. Colben - 64 Hess. Sarah - 42.73.165. 167, 174. 116 Hcs1oo.Bnan-53. 189 Hibbx.Cha.r1ac--84 Hicknun.Aaror1-93 Hxrho1ur.Grtgory-83.84 Hu:rho11n.Rebooca--93 Higginl. Shelxa - 19. 53. 66. 118.154, 155. 161. 167. 168 Higmn. Mary -- 84 H1Ql0ll.W'l11.1lI1l - 53 Hi1dera.nd1.1ohn - 53 Hilgen. lam - 93 H.111. laaoo - 93 Hill. Noah - 74 Hi111er.Lut: - 93 Hmman. Pam -- 74. 167 Hinson. Keith -- 84 Hinton. Dame! - 53 Hinton. Dawn - 93 Hoban.Dav1d - 84, 175 Dems: - 84. 176 Hodem, Enc - 93 Hodges. Melinda - 84 Hodges. Taekwon - 74 Hoelk. Jennifer - 53. 191 Hoffmm.Dav1d - 53. 182 Hoffman. lennder - 84 Hogan. John - B4 1-lolherg. Pamela - 53 Hohk. Rene: - 84. 189 Holland. Sman - 105. 155 Holland. Rnchani - 74 Holnmn. Mama - 150 Ho1l.Slevea - 1-1 Hol1!:.Fnnk - 74 Hood. Damy - 74 Hood. Kim - 24. 54. 182 Hoola. leon -- 105 Hopper. Edward - 54 Hooper. Michael- 84. 158 Hopkins. Mary - 102 H4IlDll.Kf1SlB1I - 84. 142. 155 Honoo. Kirk - 84 5 latin, lub: - 7.1 k11cncr1.lcrr1f 54 knt.1ru.Dea1ra - 54, 182 .1en.L1m.Narrn -f 1115 knlins. Km f 84 lcnL1m.Tcr1'y -105 leaning. Lua - 154 krny.Amy - 55.59.111.11111 Nt- 1mee.Ty1a - 74 Johnson, Chm - 94 Johann. Cullen - 54. 171 lohuoo. Dana - 93 lohmoo. lbaaad - 93 3lS1.HCl'lI', - 74. 188 Johnson. Holly - 74 3olnwa.le1frey -94 Johnson. .lczmia - 74 11 . Kun - 64.174 .Kc11y- 55.189 Iolnson. Kenna - 55. 137.165 Jotmon. Kimberly - 8-1 lolanon. Leland - 94 lo1naon.Rehooa- 74 Johmon. Sclh - 94 lolnsoa. Skip - 105 lo1'lason.Thomu-74,189 nr,-sa. 11:9 1am1m.m111p-87, :so Io11y.Shon1e-55 loa1:s.Barhsa-74. 189 1onea.Chnnopa-94 lonr:s.L1l-!7.55.66.133. 1 134. 148. 156. IW. 161. 104. 182. 192 Jones. kamine - 55 1on:s.1erry - 85 Jones. Kunhuly - 55 Iona. Ronald - 94 lones.T1m - 55. 150 1ordan.Keny-74 loldU.K1m6e11a-85.175 1ordar1.Tama-74 1oephaon.Amy-94 losqbcl1.Tary-55 loym.Rol1ald-65 lungeamkrman-94 lm-ne:.Adam-94 Eke.lam-63 Fiie.Mary-118 Hlmggg-72. 167. 172. ITI Fi6ch.Amy-92 Fmeh.MiAar1-83 Fiapnlzn-I3 ilk-92 Ei'.Davi'1-92 Hd1u.Kin--92 l'iBr.To1l-104 Iliqadihbliel-92 Finpaiehkmaaii-92 Finquiehliahel Ft4Uiek.Slaney-51,168,115 F1e1hg.P1unz11.72.42 1'1il.C1lilnws-52 1711.821-63,169 Phaanlohul-182 l1onrl.Ml11re-72.172 Plym. Flyl. Clol-52 Ronald-92 Fo1ry.Me1hda- 16. 83. 175 Poa1ha.Clhne-72. 189 Pon1.11nry-sz. 162. 164.174, 191 Fnll1.Ml:-63 Fommmuuy-92 Faur.1'oaya-32.186 Falledenlna-72.169 l'o1la5.l1c6l11-32 l'odnl.B1zi-92 Foil. Klhls- 26. 72.126, 126. 142. 155 1"oaI.Kinhra-ty-63. 177 mn1a.onaqau-11. :ss llounla. 111116 - l3.1l9 Fovln.Nn:y-101 Foadi-I3 1'oml.11sa- 169 1'n1o1o.Dawa- 134 Frxavllhlb-63 l'Iul.Kel1l1-IZ. 83 Pndl1a.T1aaa6y-I3 P1um.David-131 51.61-32 Hi.Mim-33.173.11.113 Pnb.ldu1-92 1'1lnr1.A111nda-92. 177 Praahamhan-92 rnua.canqau-11 l'luy.l.ohll-I3. 120.131 1'11a6aaa.M.-101 Y1iB.lll6yl-73. 116. 113. 191 Pml.A41a-73 lnl.!ar-104 vida-109 .drogly-73 !lh.6ed-83 ffffw' Gloria .Al-73 Odamhoaall-73 wflli-73 Mutha-I2 .hhrl-32.139 ilk-32 ' 0nl.Ch1a-73 Grom. Jams - 93 Green. sltwllll - 83 Ckwimerg. Andrew - 52. 164. 166. 182 Gregory. Thomas - 73. 150 Gretum. Ananana - 52. 189 .Gnf1'1n. David - 73 Gnffm. Mali - 73 Grlmtley. Glenn - 25. 52.111.182 Gnmrky. Shannon - 73 GHIISIBM, Terry - 93 Grnoltn. leinlfer - 73. 167. 179. 162. 187 f3lWVCl'. Killbdly - 93 Grover. Timomy - 93 011665. Lori - 73.134.172 601111. Salim - 93. 172 Gunn. Demnmea - 73 Gunter. Ctolina - 83 0111112 Rohm - 73 Glmlld. Sli!! - 83 Gutmnulln Billy -- 104 Gulermurli. Nancy - 83. 175 Gwallney. Ridue - 73 Hatteras Hah11.Al- 141 11addoct.S11e-52 Hddnck. lmnld -130 Ha.Ie.lA111e-52 Haley. kr - 52.1l9.150 Haley.Pame1a-63.189 11a1lh111.1ames- 33 1lal1.Caro1yn-9 Hall. Sun: -134 Hallaman. Sherry - 73 11a1q-ua. Clnuophu - 51.111 Hallam. Edd! - 63 HlllIllX.Mlt-93 Han1n1.Bnl1 - 13 Hamm. Manlyn - 74 Hlllllf. laura - 93 llnqaua. Bndpl -104 Haand. Tlmolhy - 74,166 Haaa1.Car1-64 11arh.Amy -93 Hllh1.Suaaa - 74.161172 Hlhiy.Sh:1.1ey- u 11u111q.1111-64 Hlllll. han - 74. IMI. 161 Hman. AYIIQ - 93 Harm.11a'1y-104 11ll14.1axa-93 11sm.1'hana-104 11lm.V1mun-64 11lnam.Satl-13, 112 Mlhlanml-91 11lvlh.0ly-103 11lvoy.1oaa1- 51 1lllhl.KN1-71,167,173 Haaahl. S31 - 31.114 1llr6.V1r61-64 11alwt.Al-103 Hll1li.l5--Ol llnyillbl - 64. N. 46. 3l.I11.164.1M llayomldl -33 Nnimlaymdk 64 llayvmhnaaa-I4 11mn.u11u,- nm 11671. KD - 16. 71, Tl. 10. 161. 167 Naya. David - 13. 169 1.00.6816-IO. 164 NIU!!-KR -17! 64 11-ap1a.1ua .. 73 1h6i.Ilnaa- 73 Gola. 'lhlaa - 63. Ill. 192 'N'-,srzyn-'zu Honon. Staci - 64 Horvalh. Mlchael - 175 Hough. Laura - 84 Hou1ihan.Pamck - 84 HAllSC.c.II1lllk - 54.161189 Howard. Chns - 93. 178 Howard. Kano - 54. 191 Howard. Peter - 54, 130 Howard. Sootl - 93 Howard. Steve -- 130 Howe. Stephen - 54 Howsue. lenniler - 54 Hubon1t1a1.C11ar1eoe - 84.124.189 Hudd1eston.Apn1- 93 Huddlesroo, Tamela - 74 Huff. Honey - 74 Huliman. Chnnal - 84. 189 Huumg. Manhew - 64 Hume. Came - 84 Hurnes. Krniaerly - 93 Humphrnsy. Melina - 74 Hun1e:.She111 - M. 167. 189 Hunlley. Sharon - 84 Hurley. Allen - 105 11un.Mugue1 - u, 1511. 1111 Hussey. Elizabth - 64. 189 Hou-hens. lube - 93 Hmchaon. Mary - 105 Hutchings. Mygohe - 54 Icy roads - late bus, no bus I1en.S1qi1an1e-94 1m1u.1oha-94 lngnrmlohn- 105 lllllli. Mtcklle - 64.171169 lagvaldaea. I-he -- 54. 172 lpocl. Iamea - lveo. Michael 4 64 74 Jams 1u1ia.Ql6u - 0.1 Indian. lun: Islam. Kona 173 2 74 llill. N36 64. 176 llhal. llyl latina. You - 93 lachm. Tmulhy 84 Key Club Kacu1alr1yl.Traoey -94 K41os.Goorp:-74, 161.169 Kafka. Baku! - 4. ICD, 101 11mw1nke1.Fnak-94 Kaud1.E1uahv.1h- 55 Kay.K:l:n-14 Kuakavldmlllu- 55 Ka1ey.'I'1n - 85 KeeIe1.1Lnhn1-14. ID Kne1n.Murhe11r-94 Knr.-kr.Sh11l - 55,164.10 Ke!11ag.Sool1- 38.51. 55.61. 111 KzIlel.Me1Qe-94 Ke1la1l.At1aa-94 Ke111:.Cly1-94 1L:11n.1'ha1Q-65.94 16111-y.1qn11a-111.154 Kelleylloaaanr-166 Ke11un.1hdn--94.97 Ke11y.Cluna:-55 Kzllylohona-94 Ke1ly.W1l1mfl5 Keq.S-ual-63 leada11.13naaHf'a4 K:6h11.lolrn- 85 Kenney. Muir! - 55.18.169 Kel.la:6ud -74,179 KnI.Pdlna-L5 Kcuq.hrni-63 Knuqenluony--B Ka-yuenlnee-74.166 Kremlin 65 lm-1i.siay -5.119.179 Kikyflt 27 54.33 61 111 Ka1.1md.1.ieg-105.166 KS. Holy 33. 167,166. 161. 191 133 1613.154 1613 IQ 136 16' ll KB. flu - 74,104.18 167 172 173, l'6 161 Kidjtly YN. 166 134 133 173 IN Kiated.CUuy U Imglyhnafva K1q.Knn 74,101 lqjndnty - 76 Miki S3 ll. Kqmn. Inn -- S9 6.11.13 36 173 IN Knlhlui 74 lhualhnhwn 63 l1lYI 14 IW KULQQU1 in. IM la1atn.W1hn 14 Imam Bambi 61 la-MAB 1113 124 Kalmhnlild 64 Kumi 63 164 Kalli.6la1iul 63 lnlllh II! lrllllnn 61 143 ID Knwtlllnl 36 6nn6A.36s6 14 IU Kai ill 56 lunches In-una. Ima 64 1.ma1.nmq6 9.111.161 'f"""- 'H' "' 1au.map vi. ns UH- li' W 1m6.uuu .u 'WU' U"-' " llihliilll 74 ""'- WU " .lil Ki 14 Ill fl!! N IN 1.11-.una u, 116. in lil' 1'-'H U' t-...D-. ug lm' ll I ll' 111.001 105. 166 l"' '9 U lamina 74 11. Kun 91 up.. no-ai so. non. nu flij 91 lnnsntiea 74 13161646 103 1una.1-an 74. 77 3011.648 so una, use u .Um-fi? M Ill h-wa O6 Index I 213 Q Q73 I7 LL, we lalianrra I1-m H 1115 ur- lahwe Danni 'A lznnge. Swell 85 Mamn llunell 58 hlarlin I 1mu4hi 7 5 Morgan. Knnnn - 58 M1ll1a:l.Smrl - 58. Il7 Parera1.Perer- 59 Partea.Agnn -96. I88 Yhelpt, Kim - 11. I75. Iso Phillips. Amy - 60. I74 Iazne 1A.111f 74 Shnua- le lun Mul1nando,Mll. - Kb pugf,,Q,g1,, Y 51,511 51' 150 lan.-1 1-1-1111 1: UQ Q l l x +hun1n1. In -nneitrx , M11n1111pu.M1:n.el - 511, 76 1 rug,-1. um, va 1-1.1.1 lin '1 sus-1, M1-we. 'ui l7 I M, H 5 , 1.11111 1.1.-1 111s sian-1,w.m11 1, l 7 lqklomx. I ,fx fYX1 I 1 - 1 ' . lamb lun 94 Nlanmih. lemon I5 ll! Morni. L' , - 96. I7, 1- Mm .- gg 1.111111 vm: '4 1111 hlaumeh. mn- vi M11m1.l - on puny, I - 'W' 7121317 0 O " -I 'rfomlawl M 'M '- ' landau Al n han: l -f - , , I lankvn ngela Mancini. ian K6 ,Pri bl ,fgul U M lane A '45 Manu. kann 91. 95 lhl Mannion. San -- 96 Pggfmq, Ixgm - 75 lane Mahai. san Ill. 58. I Mmnuey. l'hI1lllll - 76. Ill! Pavey. Sanue - 76. I74, I75 l.u1e1 lt 11 V I K Muall I Mine. 86 , L lu Luigneha. Melnu I 7 K-1 hlaunrl mln f llh a, latin lane 8 Maxell.. elxna I pg, S , , I I lam a. L 5 A Mn. kll lo. I I77 Mune1.K1mherlceff I72 y. Mghrl - lumix. 1: 'fx - ' 611141 1011 M1 - 1 1110. Illl Pfam-111,ig.1,.1 - I72 l.111ms.n,Lr..i11 X Q, si Tl 11.111411 ' M 1 1 , , vs g - lan lniqe H5 . avert: Man 84, M, ll . Ill. 6-I. I72 Mocha. -- I- lanrerxe llealher 9-I Mua1l1.l:1yh I6. 95. I77. l7h Mulicl. lamei - 76 , lg' 7, 7 lay S wen 9 k Mc .ll .75 ullm -r l06 5 Bug , Mpghgl - 77 lea! r Mc I 7. y.CllfIll - HN lkgqgglg-hyd-15 lxagan, li I5 Mc n. any 95 , 76 j 1. M Q9 Lean H ih 94 - . 't'ain.ll11nald 86 Murphy. Jeanne - 86. ISS. I lui-hffi 1 ll' . - 07- 77 Ml-l'Ph!1 Kfllh - 70 Perez. Melina - 86. 89 Lrhol1.NK'1ll l 1' ' 1 Qu e Mwwo- T1111-My A U6 1km.n11y - 110.1119 Lnllou. lrriruler . . if m. Murray. Kathryn - 96 Perez-Bualarruanlc. lose - 96 L4-ulI111a. Michael - 56, I62. lhll. I75. l9l Mifanna, Richard V 95 Murray. Launya - 96 lN:ny.Da1nd - 86 l .A K5 hkfanne .B K6 .Pull - 86 Dun - I: 11-T176 'N Miflellarl. sultan- 74, I7 .2111 K 111 S6011 - so Pqyyl 1,.,,,f,, ru, lxe lun 85. llll Mcfollum. Tina e 95 . lthelle k 7 I 58 lguhgn -. 77 Lee' hlanhei- - 'N Mlfnrrnicl, David - 05 yen. -1 Perry, Karen - 60 ln. 1111111 fn. loll M411-ary. 111111 -11e1,,ia1-Q-'fe ye s Pm-y.5y.mm,1 -w ln. Sherri 56 McCn1l'y,Mxha-58 - 76 Pqfy, Shgky - 10.35.139 lqan, Sheha 511. III9 Mf on, I 95 1 , Pang... muy - 50, IQQ leg. Quentin f 78 M ifK0lI. Ly n S 86 Pgqgngn, Mm - 77, ISO lxpm. Torn 8-I il .Jerri .- 95 Pgqgngq, Mgdglg - 55, IN lzrnhurg. Ba.-ch f 74 Duo-ell. Tnrey - 58 Pgggnggi. Sqn - 77 Lever. Counnev - 74. IIN Mel-Jvin. Chnsun - 75. 95 LQ Levis, David - 17. 56 I.:-111.krr1e1 - 51. 110. l5I Levin. knmler f bl, R5 leon. Mlihll - 74. I89 Leon. Skill - 94 Leon. Torn -. 94 Leyden. Roieman - 57 L1mIlueI.ChlrleS - JI. 74 Lmdqunl, Michael - 94 Llilli. William - 85 umm. k111111e1 - ss. ll! Lnh. Kevin -f 74 Lmle. Chminpher - 94 Lllllt.llli1lll - 85 Llllle. Scvll - 91 Lnerrnan. lhns - 85 Uoyd. CTnsune - 74. IB9 lloyd. Susan - 85 Lolun. Kuhryn-37.65. Ill. mp1.xe11y - os. I75 Loggins. Suzaraie - 94 Lorqxm. Mlu - 57, I75. IR9 lnnQero.Plna -94 llkR,AQiC1ll!-QI 1mg.Cuny-10.115 Long.lerry - l02 l1oomis.BobUy -74. l88 Losen1.lonarhan-85. I75 Lnach1.Sleve- 57 lnughoed.An1y-95 .Leslie-9 5 Lucas. Chnsnna - 85. I89 bras. Hope - 74. I72. I79 Luc1r.lerluler - ll. 74. I67. Luca. Pamela - 85. I89 lame. Rhomla - 95 Lucas. Tanmara - 74. l89 5 .Win-95 lane-y.'l'o6y-75 I.ms.Rzna-75 lalg.Tra1:y-85 Lusne1.Denn1s-75.I88 Lyon. lanell -95. I75 Manic monday MacDonald. Lua- 75 Mkfll. Nell-Glvood - 74. I67. I72. I76 Maeh.Henher-85. I74 Maehmm.Healher-57 Ma1tyik1.L1sa--85 Matgan.Trary-95 Mag1ure.KQy-95 Mlili.Lll1-lm Mal1na.Arlh1ny-75 Malla.Bl6la- IUZ. IOJ MaIl.n.Kyle-95 MaIlas.Pn1l-57. IJ7 MaIloy.Kell1- IZ. 75. II7. I22 Mmghs.Roland-85 Mngelnltevm-S7 Mlwehlt- l03 Mqle.Kruuae-95 M:aia.Geraldme- 75. l28. I42 Mu1:h.SalIy-75. Ill. l82 Muwull1a.l.-ua-95 Mlem.Mlk-85 Mlella. Kllleen- 39, 75. IB9 Manam.Dl1rn-57 Mlilmlurmuy-75 Mmmnldlly-85 Mar1np1a.Ka1.i-sv Mllrpmllyan-95. I68 Mlley.Ra6en-95 M:om.Mm-75 Mlqaez.Mmene-75 Mlr.Apnl-57 Ml1ol.lu-85. I44 Mli.Keaay-95 .Cualaoe -82. 85. l60. I6l. I75 E MlahaIl.Lyn-95.97. I77 Ml1h.Il.Bah-95 Ml1hall.Lna-Sl Ml1lall.lloll-75. I75 Mltlmlmhly-85 11411111-1.Au1e-1-vs 111111111101--nos 51111111.11-ny-95 214 Index McF1II1n. 'CQ MCFIIIID. Heather Mclnlire. Pamela - 95. I75 Mclnryre. Corey - 95 McKay. Charles - 58. l50 McKaye. Ian -- 75 Mcllechme. Thomu f 58 McKee. Eric 1- 58 McKellar. Bobbi - 76 Mellenue. Corinne - 58. I67. l68 McKenzie. Jason - 95 Mckenzie. Lisa - 86. l25. l60. l6l Mclleon. Maryone - 76. IS9 McKinney. Fred - 58. ISO McKinney. John - 95. I58 McKinnon. Heather - 44. l28 Mclaughlin. Craig - 76 Mclauyilin. Knslma - l89 Mcllecd. George - 86 MCEIVIH. Salah - l9l , Cele . Mclnod. Shannon - I6. SB. 66. 69. l-Ill, l60. Mclleod. Shawn - 95 Mcleod. Tammy - l9I McLeod. Winston - 76 McMannes. James - 86. 150 McNaughl0n. Sleven - 86. l77 McNeal. Bryan - 58. ITU. ISK McNeal. Dwayne - 58. IZ7. I33. l58. l59 McNeil. Wayne - 58. l33. I-ll, l58. IS9 Mr:Nerney. I1II - 95 McN1cholas. Torn - I36. l37 MC011ecney. Chnsune - 95 McQaeeney. Dennis - l30 Mcllae. Wayne - 58 Medlin. Mark - 86. ISO Meeks. Terence - 58. IO9 Melvin. Michele - 86 Menu. Kimberly - 95 Mernn. Gretchen - 58. l63. I64. I66. l68. Meyers. Renee - 58. I28 Mickelson. Denise - I2. 76. I75, 182 Middleton. laune - 76 Middleton. Michael - 86 Middleton. Stephanie - 76. IBB Miele. Donaldson - 86 Miele. Jennifer - 95. I75 Mikkelson. loreph - 86 Mikkelson. Steven - 95 Miklovic. Valerie - 58. I89 Milby. Eric - 76 Miles. David - 58. I89 Miles. Sherri - 86. I74 Miller. Allison - 95. I72 Miller. Cecil - 76. IGS Miller. Heather - 95 Miller. Heather - 86. I75. l9I Miller. Kimberly - 58. IB9 Miller. Kimberly - 95 Miller. Shayne - 76 Miller. Stephen - 86 Miller. Trxy - 86 Millner. David - 76 Millner. Ruben - 96 Manger, Suzanne -- 96 Minkrnnh. Clhenne - 96. I75 Mitchell. James - 86 Mitchell. Megan - 86. I75 Mirelnll. Raylmnd - 86 Mmelle. Wanda - 58 Mohley. David - 96 Molilae. Michele - 58. l89 Molm. Shana - 96 Moncol. Debbie - l06 Manger. Curie - 86. I86. I87 Mmpe.Gina-96 Moody. David- 76 Moon.Chrimphe1-96 Moore. Alison-86. l54. I55 Moore. Allison - 86. 87, I89 Moore. Beth-86. I48. I58. I88 Moore.Clilles-76 Moore. Fancy-96 Moore.lames-86 Moore. hliu - 58. 59. IH. I67. I79. II9 Moore. Nancy- 86. I72. I77. I79 MocIe.Reg1nald -58. 66. I15. IJO Mn1le.Rohu1 -86 Monre.Sen- 86 Moure.Sllmon- 76 Moore.S:vea-96 Maoreflhnodwe-82. 86 Moore.Trmey -96 Mrl:.lehilel-96 Mau. Lesh -58. I89 M1Idl:a.Mi1:lllb-96 Native English Nach. H - I67 Nahum. Gllll - 96 Nava. Khruuna - 96. IBI Nelson. Anthony - 76. l89 Nelson. Clihon - 76 Nelson. Kermelh - 48. 59 Nelson. Kevin - 86 Nelson. Knxhn - 76. I67. I72. IHS Nelson. Larry - 86 Nell-on. Lynn - 59. I34. l35. I-IZ Nelson. Shauna - 86 Neuben. Leann - 86 Neuben. Vicrona - 86 Newhem. Kalhenne - 86. I72 Newill. Dorian - lib Newlon. Misty - 86 Nguyen. Luong - l39 Nichols. Clark - l33 Nichols. Jason - 86 Nichols. Brad -- 96 Nicholson. Andrea - 76. I79 Nobles. Lesley - 86 Noblicli. Deborah - 76 Nolker. Melissa - 96 Norlander. Brad - 86 Norman. Alm - 76. I75 Norvillc. Alyse - 96 Norungham. William - 76 Nourse. Lois - 76. I79 Novoa. Alvrnna - 76 Novoa, AlYlll - 76 On top to stay: Phillips. Tun - 86 Plaua. laoqielme - 60 Plaua. Thomas - 87 Picard. Guy - 87 Packard. Allison - 96 Pierce. John - 96 Pierce. urli - 87 Pierson. Khldd - 96. I75 Pierson. Lan - 44. 77. I30. l64 I75 87 Plumlee. Quarles - Pohl. Iefluey - 96 Polwor. Gus - IOJ Pollard. Kim -- 77 Poole. Mlu - 60 Poore. Kamen - 87, I72 Planer. Michael - llll. I0l Pod. Sli!!! - 96 Poaon. Windy - 96 Pom. lem-nler - 87 Pouliol. llichud - 96. 99 Questions"?? Qlllll. Richard -60. I39 Ring dance Raby.Miehael-96 lladiean.Cary-ll! Rafl'ensperger.Hlvey-K champs 0akes.Kevm-76 Oakes. Maria- l06 Oarea. Alan- 76 Oates. Laura-96 OBrien. Parnck - 59 Ocamb. Kim - 86 xillhl-Il. Leslie - 32. 59 Cfonnell. Fred - 96 Odeo. Heather - 86 Odeo. lon - 76. I75 Odum. Holly - l84 Ogle. Anne - 96 Ogleaey, Rama- vs. iss O Oleyl. Carol - 86. I75 .' Z-76.9l30 0mto.Gemge-ll! om114y.1a111:-59 Orentlre.Michelle-76. I55 0nino.Valen-96 0nnie.Nhllii1-86 0w:nou.Lua-96 011ven.Kirnherly-86 0lem.Roh:rta-l03 0vn1any.Cl1rianne-96 0wsimy.Demae-76 Pizza at Showbiz Paeheco.Gena-76. II9 PlfllU.BlllI-5 Page.MeehaeI-38. 40. 59. 66. I47. l63. I64. l67 Paiao.Aagelo-96 I'd.Slg-96 P'alezmo.Fnnl-76.l52 Palmr.r.Pme-76 Palow.louhan-86 Panglmlemielaii-IO6 Raine1.Doma-87 Rammell.Anne-32.Ul.6l. I77 Rarl1os.Envin-I79 Ramy.Bnu-96 Ray.Alic1a-87 Rayf1eld.Suxan-11 Raynes.Sr:ou-97. I75 llec1or.0ieryl-2.5.6l.l3. Ill. Ill. l82. l8J llodding.Chmine-l58 lledling.Ml'y-77 Reed.C1regnry-97. Ill. I89 R .Km-77.l88 .Kevin--77 .Anna-Tl. I75.l89 hernbouglas-97 Ukehasea-ISS Reilallichlrl-l89 Remo.Gregory-Tl llxo.Shsi-87 l7.eynolds.Uriline-77 Reynoldmbeuir-97 R1eynol1k.Frederick-77 Ilcynolds.To1ld-97 Rhodes.Abigail-87 Rholts.Aariew-6l. lll.2l9 l'lhudy.Cnna-TI Rivsenborno-77 R1ce,LlRn1la-I7 Ridl.T1mnlhy-I7 Riehlrh.Tl'l-87 Riehlhm.Mi:hdle-97 Riehl1hon.Raelyl1-77.l89 lI.ictl1l.l.ea-87 llicka.T1aa'1lHy-6l.l89 RiMid.Amy-Tl lidge.Arhie-77 Rievmllb-77. I72. II6 RiIlle.Gail-Ill Raia.Blr.iet-87.l34 Riier.M:y-6l. l65. l6l Ripetbliel-I7 Iliu.K.riii-60. IN. l42 Rivumlleaor-77 lnarhin.PneIa-97 ludhnjnhi-I7 Rnlanu.Raxan-97 lu-1herl.Shan-I7 ldsllm.Ihnlll-6l Rohemrl.K.nllya-37.97. I77 Roberson. Parma - 106 Robertson. Paul - 39. 56. 61. 67. IN. 112. 116. 176. 177. 180. 214 Raina. Kimberly - 97 Robinson. lamu - 97 Robison. lohn - 87 Robmson. Wlrux - 97 Rode. Robert - 181 Ronhguez. Manuel - 77 Rogers. James - 87. 133 Rogan. Jonathan - 97 Renaming. srqmme 177. 216 Ro1ey.K.ria1eu - sv Romame. Soon - 87 Rue. Bah - 134 Rnaen. Ronit - 61 Rau. Suzy - 77. 189 mama. Kelly - 61. Iss Rn111of1.Troy - 87. 90. 133. 158 Roullu. Karen - 10. 77.167,186 Boyer. BM - 97 Ruben. Frederick - 106 Rldiger. Kllzfine - 77 Rulfm. Amber - 97 Ruiz. Linen: - 55. 189 Ria, Vanessa - 97 Ruwfe. Pnl-87 Rraupl. Vickie-77 Rralre11s.Cmny-97 l.uaae1l.lay-77 Run11.Susm-97. 175 Ryler. Arahony-91 - ll. 55. 61. 66.128, 163. IM. 167. SlmN1B.Xlll-Us Simpana.Dm1el-150 Suac1air.Shwn-97 Sklmenbomld-88 Skimer. -97 Slaven. Sloup. Rohm Suaan - 88.l58.167.172.1 Kathdilt - 2-6. 79. 142. 164 Smn1n.C1a-nun: - 88 Smnh. Christine - 56. 62. 66. 166 Smnh. Dawn - 97 Smllh. Don - 88 Smuh.Donyel1- 97 Smrlh. Gly -- 97 sllll1h.lCmlfG'- 97 SllllliI.K1ll1 - 88. 189 Small. Rebecca - 97. 175 s1Illh.s?lIll - 97 Smllh. Sylvester -107 Smut. Tom - 98 snmnwrk. Amy - as. 167 Saeed, Cnig - 130 Snodgras. hm - 106. 137 Snyder. Shanna - 88. 167 Solm. Chnsune - 98 Snkolnvriki. Rayrmnd - 98 Soroka.Danae1-98 Speech. Angelo - 98 SPCKKI. Eva - 133 Speckhan. Michael - 88. 133. 174 Spence. Aaron - 96. 98 Spencer, Amy -167. 179 Spanner. David - 98 Spenmx. Donald- 62, 139. 150. 197 Spanos. Knhenne - 175 Spencer. Parma - 62 Sperry, Sandy - 106 Spmny. Rosanne -62 Spmuae. Clnsmpher - 168 Spmuae, Davnd - 98 Spnull. Tammy - 62. 189 Squire. Anlzur - 98 78. 179,180,181 Slang: Killer, Hang ten, Kook Sahnuin. April - 32. 61 Studia. Williml - 87 Sl. Alex - 79. 164. 168. 175 Sakia. 'Ibadan - 77 Sale. Talley - 87. 174 Samloul. Kallliae - 106. 166 slfllf. Roh! - 55. 61. 163. 165. 167. 176 Slderlh. Mary - 91 Sllad.DikA.-61 Supxlt.--61 Sunm.Flaaeune-97 Slve1h,F1oyd-77 Saasuhae.She1ly-61 Sannandulza-87 Savap.Bdhll1 Savqe.Clhy-61.189 Savim.Klaiu1y-77 Swymlelli-97 sawyamaal-150.219 sawyu.1'un-lm Seahnmugmkay-103 semi.'rimay-91 Sde1larllu.C1l'iInpb-61.158 Scir1il.V'1cllia-61 Sdlhlilil-97 Sdlloau. Dulellen - 77. 167, 175. 191 Stlale. Amit - 62,164,168 Sdllrid.Lial-77.175 Sclllitlallbl-97 Stiddllollie-77 Schl11d.Ril-77.148 Sehlid-Tyekl, Mill - 77 Sc6nalr.Ca-1-61 Snnarn.I.1aa-87 335831. NBII-62.131158 Saainmdml-I7 Sill. DIN - 77,150,191 Sc . Shllie - 77. 171 8doe.AIl1-I7 Sdlnidm-11 Sehnaha.S1:y-87. 189 Stgsmlnaa-45 Sclulmlatlny-87.189 Sehva1cun.Mly-87 swnmurrny -91,144,151 Ienmlahl-87 8mn1.Mm-87 kill'-Cli8'97 laqmlaaon-77 Sinn. -62. 77 qnmpaa saay.Mama-11 s.y.wuy-aa.m saaaaiaauau-11 aapumxma-u.m aapumsna-u 8apb1am.lan-62 8ai1n1.Can1a-ll 8a1l.Dua1i-97. 188 Ia11u.0auy-111.158 llllkl-103 ll.KH1-77.172.1U Iluo.Ciame-17. 142 8alaan.lhl1aaa-77.125 8dnn1.MQn-77 llia-88 kmlaaaa-97 klhd.W111a--88 laapauuleuaau-u.nso ididlh-97 Hdhdregaly-97 i.Ah-97.178 laaamaouy-los hamlaalla-U1 haalaagaumlana-ISI zumhlloh-97 .hvld-150 krllhaay-91 hi1.I.nm-87 amp. mu, - u. ua. ua hymnaan-aa.m luapaupaaala-111.114 aauay.oavu-ea llmlvay-97 lkhlliua-189 lknlnhan-61.189 auaanqiaupaaua-ez. wi. lulil-I8 -fl!-lu l1la.lh1-I8 l1laaa.Caaa1a-W Slab1es.'1'homas-98 Slaoe.Genld-98 S1agg.Gfeg-98 S1al1mgi.M1chxl- 88. 150 Stamer. Heather-189 Slmfleld. lack! - 27. 53. 62. 132. 133. 142. 143. 158 Slanfneld. kffrey - 88. 150. 175 Stanton. lulle - 98 Supks. Arthur - 189 Starling. Andrus - 62 S1ar1mg.leom1er - 88 Suue. Michael - 150 Suulkr. lonalhan - 77 Suulhr. Michael - 175 Smele. Brenda - 62 Steele. Jeffrey - 88 Srpele. Lua - 98 sliblfa. Ann - 62.123.164. 166. 176 Stephan. Tony - 98. 175 Su:phenaon.Car1-88 Michelle - 98 Stepllmlon. Swr1mg.Pe1u-98 S1eller.Slacy-98 Steyn . Slevem . Slaves . Slewm . 51511811 . SIEWI1 . SIGNIN- Stevan. Stevan . Slewan Chinopher-98 use-88 Rebecca-98 Bruce-103 Bnl:-e-98 Kelley-98 Monica-142 Rebecca-88 Rohm-88 Sharon-62. 189 Suck.ney.Pa1nck - 88 Suven.Kunher1y - 38.62. no Slone. Chruune - 88 S1oau.8ar6ara - 88. 174 Slncklld. Unity -181. 189.191 SIRI. Kam - 189 S1mud.0l1o-62 slI8Id.wil-u. 188, 189 S1uan.Rmae-62 Sturgeon. Dau - 98 Sugp,W1Il1am - 98 Suleeh. Shloa - 88 Su11nrm.Da1ue1- 62. 189 Sullrvu. lemller -ll. 164. 182. 186. 187 Sul.1lvan.Maryan - 88. 172. 175. 181 Summa1m.Mlchae1- 150 Summulna. Sephea - 98 Super.G1eg-12.73,16'l.l97 sllUl.1lI - I8 Sunon.llo1he - 88 S1lIon.May - 115 Sarqr. Edvlll - 62. 150 Sweeney. Suaan - M. 62. 160 Suhr. Quai - ll Sylvia. Perry - 62 Synuaa. Mtlel-61.63.66.111.11l.164 TCBY yogurt Tlu.1an -6.1. 182 TilI.T1M -98 '1'1al.LN1anaa - I Thulin- 114 Tito. Yi! - 70. IM. 167, 175 1'laa.ll!aana - 172 Tama.. lliy - 11. no. ual Tav1.Ani1aa- I1 Yavanmlua - I Tayh.0i - I Taylw. Nauru - 10. nu. ua. nan. nu. an 'l'ay1u.lalm -I 'l'ayh.1'm'y - ll Tm. Ain - 78. 114 Tm. Murad - 0.114 Tartan. Ai - I 1'lhs.h:a - I Thhlllitl - l 181.01 -188 Ii. It - I Tim!!! - U 'l'l.lhly-'R hqanhd-I Yimlxn-I Thompson. Tamara - 88. 167 Thompson. Tern - 63 Thumpaan. Waller - 89 Thonon. Roland - 106 Tlmfl. William - 98 Tnneman. Dawn -- 98 TOM. Jacqueline - 98 Tolrve. Mlk: - 63. 150 Tohve. Thomas 98 Tomlinson. Paul - 189 Tor6en.Roba1 - 79. 168 '1'o1l'gc:.Meh5a -16. 63.111.148.1-19,160.161, 210 Towmean. Enk -89.112.10.158 Townsend. Jonathan -- 73. 79 Tolnaead. Kxhcnne -16. 63. 160. 161. 196 Townsend. Richard - 98 Trai1on.Car1 -79.138.09.189 Tramme1l.loe1- 106 Tnvelmzd. 'l"lle0due - 15. 21. 63.69.137. 165 Trenl.Char1es - 184 Tnmmef. Doedy - 98. 178 Tnp. Mak - 98 TlIXl1.MllE - 89 Tuazon. Danielle - 98 Tucke1.Cmdy -- 79 Tully. Hlll -- 139 Tully. Kendall - 911 Tuner. Turma. Turner. Tuma. Turner. Tuma. Tuma. Tuma. Amhony-98 Chrulqll:-98 Davld-63.68.150.217 Enc-79 Michelle-79 Ronald-98 Ryan-89. 150 Shauna-98 Tye. Gary - 63 Tye. Paul - 89 Tyler. Tuna - 98 U2 Underhill. Chnsune - 79 Unger. Mauna: - 89 Upton. Raymond - 89 Upton. Wendi - 89 Uney. lemalea - 89 Vermont: senior ski trip Valeno. Mallkw - W. 97. 98, 16l Van Eyckeo. Linda - 63. 68 Van Geluwe. Soon - 63. 611.137 VmGl luwe. Todd - I. 165 vm Va1kenbufgh.Daanl - 45.61. 163. no Vanenvertm. Noelle - 98 Vaneyeken. Camy - 79 Vann.Car1yn - 89. 182 Vann.D1ana - 98 Vanonnan. Shelley - 98 Varv111e.Chmaoplaer - 79 Vlvnlle. Nancy - 98 Velando. Joseph - 98 Venable. Craig - 79. 189 Vernu11non.Punek - 89 Veal. Carol - 89 Vea1.Wn1lnam - 99. 175 V1ar.Bomae - 99 V1ar.Geal:- - 79 Vuar. lon: - 99 Vw. Lua - 189 V1nwnl.Glne1 - 79 Vulan. Aan: - 79. 160. 172 Vu1a.Anaa - 11. 70. 79. 177 Vollvl. SSG-63 Vll1.Kdll1l. li - M, 61.67. lll. 1615. 15.168 VonSehnll-Paul1.Clm1 - 89 Von. ldll - 89. 99 Vola. Amarr - I9 Weekends! Wat. Aapla - I9 Wi. il - I9 Way. llachavl H n Wap. Wnllaal -- 61.150 Wah. A1 - 79.13.161 16l.17I.1ll, 189 Wall. ill - N Wald. Agla - I9 Wales. lxnha - 99.139.1W.l93 wana. larry - N. m Wales. kwa -- 79 Wahl. Bna - 4.l3.N.l3I.113.1l2.l8'1,17! Wahl. lat! - 79.168173 Wai. lain' 73. lb. 173 IN Whmiim -I9 Wqliranaq- I8 Wullnnfh lrutleasblh -H Within - I9 Wllairtlualhvy W Wllalillbtaaaa fl! Wuplii I9 Wlgmllil I8 Iulualxa-80,148 Vault!!! Wunmlnca-Ol Wlaamfuua- 98.111 Wln.Cug- III Vital- YO 811.800 -80 Un.!ua-or Wphxa- ll Vd.Maiu--ol WaAa.1.aaa 70 Waalqltlskl I Welbxtn. Caahenne - 79 1A'eIborn.C1ndy - 79 nw Welch. lcon - 79 Weller. Ent - 79 Vyenu. Brad - 79 Wertnzmn. Debby: - 119 Wcs1.Sr.acey - sv 167 172 WeI.nll'!.Mxche1le - W Whaley. Melinda - 99 1NT1aky.Mnchxl- 77, 79 117. 16' me w1uky.Nmom 4 oo wuaom. Apnl Q 64 Whnelous. Lisa - 99 1h'1tlahan,Mo11y - 12,711.79 162 16-1 167, 168 17' 177 W1m:.Alena - 64.13-1.165.189 151111. A.nd'eua - 159. 158. 191 Wlulz. Linsune - 79. 158 Whue.R1ohant - 89. 150 1h'h11:.lloy - H9 Yvhllt. Slmty - 79 W1u1e.Trey V 90. 92.99.175 Whueman. Amy - 79 Wlulfaeld. Amanda - 99 Wh1mr:y.Amu - 99 vy'1gg.koun - os. Iso W11bnch1.Cy1!ma - 79. 189 Wnlbndl. Damel - 09 W11hncb1.Tunumy - 4. ss, 150. nos W1lool.Kns1r:n - 41.79.16'.172.1'6.1V1 W11ey.Chnnoph:r - 99 Wdmsh. Mit - 99 Wilkerson. Machellz - 99 Wllhm. Amy - 27. N. 160. 161. IN Wnlkms. Barbra - 99 Wlllmdx. Carolyn - 118 Williams. Bully - 30. 188 Williams. lah - 79 Williams. Knmna - 79 Williams. Larry - 79 Williams. Mari - 89 Walllams. Philip - 29. 1113. 101 Williams. Richard - T9 Willa. .lcfhey - 79 WL1lu.lohn - 79 Wills, Ausm - GN Willy. 1:11 - 189 Wilma. Elton - 99 Wilson. Emma - 89 W11xon.Ke1xey - 7. 61. 111. 128, IN Va'11aon.T1m - 89, 175 Wmhum.Sa:p1aen - 99 Wmdmnller. Rachant - 79 Wmn. Bnan - 130 Wmslead. Jackie - 79 Wmlel. Trans - 99 Wue. Wat - 89 Wilson. loha - 168 Womack. Sean - 119 Womhnl. Chrmuphrl - 89 Wmg, Kgy - W Wo06.Clkl'1k - 12.79.128 148.16-I 191 Wood. Elanhnlh - 79 Wood. lanes - 79 Wood. Keaaaah - 79.179189 Wood. Rachld - 89 Wood. Sul - 16. 31.6.61 128. lol Wouhrd. Alma- - QS Woodld. An - 99 Wllilllix-'nr'y - W Woutvu. Mile 3 W Wont. Angela e va, In Woolld. Duaaa - 79. 1l9 Wny. libs! - 79 Why. Lna - 99 wfw.Sl'Q - 21 66. 181 161. 219 Wyl. Muna - 'N Wyll. Tuy - I9 Young Life Vik. Sal! - 111 Vaaqemhenn 89. IN Ve.-qu. hu' 79 Wai. lflll - I9 irlkmlaky - W Velhx.Caaanta W. 177 Yd1u.Nltiih'- 111 yuan. um- vu. nu, lm Vmq. Ahn 'N YQ. has - I9 Vnaqiarylia-65.U0.1191a6 Ya. Lula - LS va. s-qua - vo O Z104 Iitlbli N laltllinasa 63 Iillhtn I0 lil il D M111 13lIO'1Nli1 llajlyea lAan.Ara M Ii lkyl' as 158 ELM!! N lalollaluduiy W Llalnai IU lajllainl W lailllllvlnaa W lalamhl 79 laaaa kbp W lainwllal lluaaa 63 13335. V7 N la' 10 l'a Index 215 f'Xx, . CT 33 3 egitosgsli gosetqfifi E, 23 :I Qi eefssigibs tt S I-Iieigj ,553 I 1 msgs?-32 Sw Q5 Edigasio- 5Ti':z"E3QI E --lff?1xVe.fWv 3 e if 43 S, 2: XS ' S -JSZVELSQQEQ Ti ' J or QS-22,735 C? Wiesis Q in 53515 EQ I- .. I I D I I Q N S I - S ig , ' I' F fl , I . X " - I N Q x , ,X S I . J f I- I D 5. "I aon't know, ask Susan." "I aon't know, ask Mrs. 'II aon't know, ask "Gee, I aon't know." - Saran Hess Beoknerf' Stephanie." - Stephanie Assistant Editor - Susan IVIoCIeIIan - Margaret Beckner Rohdenburg Assistant Editor Advisor Editor-in-Chief 216 X Colophon .l, rib N gm -X "4 -5.5- Y, . .Ur --,, A 7 I I C, I L1 Iii 'Q un- - Q i Acknowledgements Editor-ih-Chief .,...,..,,.,,..,,4........4..,..,A.,.....,..,..,..,..,.,,,,,..,. ,. Advisor .,A.,..,A.,4......,..,.,.,. Assistant Editors .......... Student Lite Editors .,..,... Senior Class Editors ,..,..,. .. Junior Class Editors ..r..r..i, Sophomore Class Editors Freshman Class Editors T Clubs Editors Academics Editors Faculty Editor Sports Editors Photography Editors Typist T T T Stephanie Rohdenburg . ..t.tt.. Margaret Beckner .. .. Sarah Hess Susan McClellan .T Ann Steenburgh Joceyn Coakley Michelle Criscione Lori Bowers Rob Sondelur Carrne Kiley Sarah Ashton Kristen Wilcox Karen Colehamer Carmen Akbari Annaelrisa Benttr Karen Broyles Tim Kearly Britt Heisig lisa Crutchtield Brent Di Geronimo Carolyn Clark Paul Robertori Ricky lrigel Matt Jackson Jvrtrii Harvey Marie Arrnes Diana Van Valkenburgti flhanriori Mil ood Nicky lltrjvl Juli Mtly COLOPHON The 1986 Talon, volume 25 was published by Hunter Publishing company, Winston-Sareml North Carolina. Mr. John Perry was the publishing representa- tive. The press run was 1,200 copies. The finish of the paper throughout the book is gloss The cover is black laminated, llthographed with 202 grey lettering and contrasting rea lettering. The malority of the type used in the book is Times Roman, The body copy is in tO- point type, the captions andthe kickers are in 8-point type All opening and closing body copy is in 18-point type, Most senior portraits, faculty and underclass pictures, group pictures and assorted candids were taken by Mr. Hal Ward of Max Ward-Delmar Studios, Chesapeake, Virginia. The statt ot lite tor the start or Talon FRCDIVI TI-IE EDITCDR ... Special thanks to the tollowingp Mrs Briget Hampson, Mrs. ine grid Dickens and Ms, Pat Robe ertson for always lending us their keys to the yearbook room: Mr Leon Hoots and Dr Kathleen Angle tor their help with photography, Mrs Mary Malone tor her long distance support: Mr Hal Ward at Max Ward Delmar Studios tar his reliable help, Miss Kristin Rohdenburg tor all ot the goodies she baked tor our deadlines, Mr Lee Clark tor his undying support, and espe cially Mrs Lottie B Waters tor coming up with the theme "We Did lt " I would like to give rny personal thanks to the stall y ou did a great rob' Also to my assistant editors Satan liess GHG Susan Nlfkxlmllldll TO! alll ot their hard work and support Most ot all my srricere Tlldllks tp Mrs Margaret lieukner l torrid llvvvl have dot to il vs rltlorll you and it wouldnt tldu' been llvdlly os rrtovti flirt TYTGTTRS fllvpllilllrr' Colophon r' 2 I 7 Coulee as l lr' XXX ki" A Ab Q1-C' T M Ay T , LXTT 'KC-lqlbb, f , el 11 c if r - ip e J- X 'W A Y -'y Le, kj X- ix' ' . A '. l , . ix? TX' - 4 Tc l 15 , 5--ff? if Q0 ic 1 - T-is Q KJ J F s wasp si s T , 1 l 4- y ,e ' ,T X J . i ,i 1 sl T 3,554 T T. fr is 35 Q ,T Qs if T all T T Q To C 9 Cl as lr? Q? e 4 Q fe Cf E O Q KD el P+ ,,- M Ql 2x9 9 ll S Q5 . . . WITH A BACKWARDS GLANCE lh mahy respecTs, This yearwas a Typical school year. We Took our share of TesTs aha aaohizea over The araales. We wehT To class, someTimes laTe, someTimes uhpreparea. We sTufTeol our lockers, lihea up for luhch, wroTe wiTh hamper Two pehcils, aha servea ah occasiohal aeTehTioh. Yes, There was a loT of The rouTihe calleal school. BUT, This was also a special year. We collecTea mohey for The UhiTea Way, ralTlecl a car for our hew marauee, ahal lolew The roof off aT l-lomecomiha. We sTepea ihTo The shoes of our precleces- sors aha Took our owh sreps wiTh Them. We orouahT home Trophies, TiTles aha champiohships Tor The aisTricT, reaioh, aha sTaTe. We Took up The colors of areeh ahcl aolcl, ahcl we wore Them proudly. We ala iTl We ala il well. kbvbltpfemglx L-45 IVVN NAI eu!-WA know! H095 Q-1415 ycaflygx 3 QVC so 1n..Je..d, prd-47 - -- dm. I llkgl rtfxgxs 0,5 1vggg,ks5 You 1 'vm Dwi D 4- '15 A sl ' IA U Ho-. lwnul a. Qruol- ammmqf .na 59-1 -is A045 218 ! Closing can ,,,,,d',,,,.tl Low! qc! Q50-loo5 53551 'Zfokngoq I I 2-U-ui ., . ' 0 111' ' . I". I - ,?."g'12'ui Ji?"-ir-' .. T As., ., '- 1+ . J' -8 1 .. 1 901 11 ...TI- i i Ht. IZ' 3 x x g t A ' L f M Looking for some help from a passerby. Brooke Donahue tries to pack his locker. l T u ron ro sr v cox wnesrune sms n s LL mst CII MPS IN it 0, 511 - .Qt- X Y, ln thc Ilhmly. N1w.y'Imnycc, S.u.nh Wnplul. und Andrcw Rhmulcs plum 1' unpwmnlx In hmk all thc new hamm-rs -v I U-Q 40.4. 39. s , Q Q , -1 Ao.. .f-- , - nn V I .4 1 '---4 -171' -a ' . 4 .-'If -QL., . f is "'Q", 4 , ,c w f-A-S' W Q' X - , K ., ,"' K v .77 f ,-f ,"" "-'W"v E lk -, -xx , ' ,fx xrgif '-f'-"R f J VJ, ,- P , A! ' N, ' X' , ,... -XA, , J x ' A W ' 5 . fi,--w f wg f if A N qxxv ' T 1 ,QL X Tl' fi' V- QT X f k, X QD ' 'XM .Q-.AX xv- JCC: T X - f, A YI! f"Q' f- 'LX K1 V 'C'x,x ffx Y' 5 N- 1 -' Y -K . 5 .,, y, . gk 'NN VXx,4 'XLVXL YL, Nl, V- U, Sw? Cv: AQQXHMQ J l L',L,x YQ , ig. ,V fi -1. x '-N ' 1 ,f ,K f 1 xt, Llxx M7 A f p i1m.x , OWN ncxx Ill.lI'qUCL' nm' umm' umlxmplc nl .alum Pfldt' -XI Iunyh, Sum SJXNXCI gl.unu .IIULHM1 In wc nl .ulyonc mm um! .4 bug Iwlc hu hhfk Closing Ill? R, W A fx n N' :QC M N N . QQ 1 JC CJ! , VfHfu CGD L kEf6Uihf7W6 9662? Qufgif Midwife rw WH Graaf x x Ugg Q, gm Qaimfki 44315 in QXCXQ CL C Qjuf Sliipq EU y QW, 'PQI U Q03 ' ,' i ' ' E 'LAC vw UUJW7 5955 CU' .5ff7'i ! dm F Colleen 1 Kit Mq67LePN Q ibxecksufe QNCN ttzjaugi LLEL.1?fu UC LLL WIT'-lscxX0iC QLl,p5 WCM QNCX P f:mf fQM +L - - - was- fA W are WWLCLL JL +h,iaL.L ln FN . 1 WCM f ' ' ' 'x KU xp K th: fl 321152: F 0 R WA R Dom QILISQ BM Y E14 5lkf?5T'l INf!!fflJ.rtmf bg UNK to cpu -AHAVK Cv-'ex QU Us? MwJS9x!IS I 0 N W M W HQ. 0' QULL1 5uJY1'f 'I Qfhewdalmnfg, w1i4LJ..CA MUUfC5.'f - J Om Qu E3 J LL QA X ww My pq, 1 4 ESQ' 3-25,7-sp a'e!J""l Q 'ij qx P7 ,P ,5f -f W A - ' Co V JDK-U WWW- A, 5411 5 XJZIZD Q Eg CE' Cr DQ - U-' ,VD Q9 rw V 3? 6- of , 00 cj' 1-D S6 C' 55,4Vijf0f"! Qr KMC' .nog of: K Er k-QOKCPX 'D,Cr 0 0-1 I ' J? Je! 5.4 QQ Jef.:-v,9,jM7 .J-fig,-4 .f Jr Wo!! E N25 W '-. ..,"' f -'w 220 X Closmg J iyl W,f1ruQA Dfrc,UCf fpweisfivved fm' CQIISCN, jfJ'mwwJJXwJwwL-Mmuig W,U,wqwLwf+fLww0WMwMW uw? to uhudllgw. U2'WJ-AL L30'U""M"'-fa em lwvLv3muL!Q!Lp1rwvOLfMJuQMMww QL ' bmw M WJJVMM Qcwxbwuwf 'Ki ' ' WM' ww"7fUWdD'L0 b0 wiijjuxgiwf 4 lim ,amhef-, , ki-'VTR-f 'AQJUV-t - f 'U' good luck, Sfllcukdn., Q4 j Jifgy I ff? XKFSCKVCC4 .PQF CMUVHU M' . . is . CQQ s Qmci.Q,-v.9.9..v"VKw3xfLLo.fz.QfznJ,0.ok fgrrfiififvw wMwimwMMw,MwM ' WgALWwfmdqJwwfmMLM,.wwM, 'MH Wwmwif 9011295 -,QM-jLv0wU.,9 2 UAL. K M62 M -2"d,L.,cL Qfuil-kL9-UJ'h.o.o, fwomfamafm ' N J- fukuux ,'+hm,,r,EW0iLlLr5vgn QWNMUXQ 405U1nD-MXN? Oud+YLw.Dww-mm Jqifgiu-K " W 0001 Ogocd 3bwcg1wwdgUmnrYQmumuHmwOxbwg4fU 1 li4?,6wmMmM,dm wLqM,, 3, Vww -hoKryJ,u.q.o,cvwG+mA0L,,Q,C1iQ,,, xDlj1LA'd bgjmufumawuggnur JxTQQ1,QQf+ Qhd Hnip-:.PJMLodLQLd, .aJ+Qnlqwux, WWfWWm.WP0W0NKQQwddwh1GJKmmwa I QL? ,LQ 1 . 5 537 S, N -Qydovlibbmswij in 3???55? 2525 Qlffbifggf if juz 1 3 55 :QL ivan -at UEZQC5'-Eggs! 335 xg 2,13-QEQ 2 at Ffa C35 .1 5 3223222 'Qgggib 2 332355 Qiiiffaii Qg Q2 A. '55 i6 1? - Cz? z 'qfr-A f Q 3 S,,5'f1??Q'2 vm 'S' 'LL an ' 3 ,gx yg. Q00 XM 35, C 6 fob. OXQYX 'gh-L ' . wx , V f X , ' - ,xxefw Q0 OXQGOXX-oQb K6 WON 'n Q 311 LU X6 5 xi 0560 eww 4 ' - by . IL ' ' Q C5 Q D XXQX25, A Q9 Q44 Oegqxxk Xoll NXQO' Q ' ff' Oil ' AQQX 2, , Cv UN G we - Egg xo O 'AON gvjeg . isow Ngo NVQ 62'N' Coggin-- LJBX Q? 6 '54 QM?xf'S'ff'? QQf5'feW,xe+' WQQKQGSQQJJQNL 1129996016005 V374 vkfswfl 05906 xo ' T1'2"a xw NWi?Xl05t'g V iv "NWV . A 956: CL zxdfwbcifgb! COUW, W ' WD w , M Q M47 f 4' QA! qt MJ 'ow bo A W' I' W I . I , I I d Y' cm lo f W Lfql UW K' f -4 Q , XVXO ME XXXQNE3Q XQCQEQQJWQQV' 5 C1 Lmflqx VYYKSQQUL wt 'AQQQYQQJLJ-UTRQ,vwifvwx,1f4Lfx L,cfUkq'YK OMAN- GX rw D 5 C1.rTdYXCkJFa CHX -X43 0xYXQMflH,i1O!Vu ' CJ QoXXxQ5 A A XALXAQQQQVQHLKXXSW Qgvwg exkkggcpi YWJNXYDQ in .XTQJVS Chg-.532 M391 Qsnwx YQ WL mmm UML SDC 4 WK? ' gwx +kMQ5i QAYGVLJM My Libxli . , buh 16610, CQQYQQ +A x I LOU! ljxofocw WGS Dum, WW Tlwclmf Cqggl win ' - ei 1 ,- i vUCUNOU'Lf""'f CLLOQUQI MULLQ dngiq Q ll Lfbve. HQ 4 Hr, 'l-H5 UQQ7 I9 ' NW V353 Mft Imlm g-5 2 1 fb'1C,Xuf5bQl QiU HQ Wi DOWN ,.'.'.? f WWCJg:,g,,mVwqQ mf I f f J 5 5 wx " lm W"il",5ffA Www JH fo'-BN GX 04,0 HQ 1+S been cw-me MMM 1 , '5 ,ryly if M P gpg Yoo img yogi fqbfvh of . W' MU n W 'ao of B-010153. In To bw -QTL W2 0560+ Km., each ow: YK A gh-T bQC5unq:n3 of ihoc fy J' fx hope How :N one OC , sszbwf W off' - for-Q4-mg qqqro-5q wwe 5 JIIWBAI j Wm L2fw0WoQ0?0 55225 Ciiiigfgfyvfm u lv' Coilew M190 lad mc um ala!-e Ji LEM 01'Ifl6I' bella' 41145 l,f6Z1ffL hope Vow 1 have ox awnduful SOLMMU' Md wwmnn qowqvwv' vMwmHMjwmmm ? I lwptvx 'T0'UClM-4Vl'55'l0 UVM. vw ' r Iwi ww, M MW WW wt", RX COM dv! UUA AL! GMM WWMWMWWMWMW pwai wnljnwficudwy M004 13-Jfvfifl mpdx MJ dfltfwzrffu- QWYJ- '4'P"+"u' vw-ai do 1,44-,L Lew. ,4W'ww-vw. qS,fl-3001 Cflbllf M. fam umm Qcxkoofw, Q 045. k M Q X X k , . 'N YYN Q Q X NHC '-N 'Nm Lj.J grwd 05: PJQQ..-BXU bC7C'fX bofxrxrx CI QlVNfxQ 3 K Km 1- ' N 5 P Q H ff F- 1. a cf- CSYCIQR gbnmnxqc O H 9 R 0 SGC Hb, ground Lv-V ' BQYDYMQ CLEZKZILP qw fb 3425 Qljbuf oueraf1f!aj6 foolfa Zzlf WC "W 4 MI aff I 5165 fo' M Jw we M aid? 01.30 Af czgcgjciacc hzwf A- 6f ci 6Ul'7U'lCf. QOBIWOIBDQ' L7Q Lf 22521 CQIXQQA, IX 'S been Q sknpef x!eO,f.VxQM-fe Jo O -:ce Q vxef- 20-" U-'A E It CA. Lke XQQCLXM, R sf EM E rg.-J' MR qu ' 'W P' .N CNi53+'jffJ MQW' """! FW WM 22.144 VON' my aouww M Hg-'r' xe www ' 'TMJ' OM WV S 4 dj' L Ofm Vw O-fx Co:-Arn. 60 Lmwtiflnigwckxgf' Luo 9 6v JW . WV 5 G, DX' n' ' A M 'Q Ww w ok Q-5'Nf 'Q EZAVM AR Jw-4 iggghg ' +V. gf ZLLLNUK ,Kap am- IQ Ed fm M 4 www M 2244. ggi 35 i 1.5 bZ'?24"'S2,JQ2i0! 5' 'fa XX O l NJ X . . N' y N XQJYD 'Lf ' -J f7 NNN 1 V I LOD QUV 3' up "- ,K ' lp' .-,. R A V N2 , ws X Lpfgilflg qi'CQ19igf,qfuC, A I ,il ,QI C'-X' Q ,IW I G ,X rv-' il SW xd Q cy f Q Q , . L R-x W 'U qw ThEq3QQK 3g6CgCFL0' X ddr 1 .1 f 4 J - UVQC1' A 5 W 4 Q gave C f , jf? QWQ P ,W iq UVB 636355 L 0 'H x 'V K j up Jw UGIPQ ' 5,,4 3f?' ' - gufr' 1 A' miywj ov Y 0030, L15 Ting . 4 6:59 59-55350 ' MUN X739 dwg M3 NIV'-M m 'KF Q 4""'k. W X 'cocgpgv O60 CAS' OQX- XX W ww W rv wx Qpf ivvlff WVQQQW PLAQWX Q , . Aww 0: awww H M ' JgQu,vJ9x3fxN wdjwpoewykfgffijwdmwpl 0Wff"x'dXDJ uw' QUAUJM W www ,NLM-1 ww:,,,,'.s-yxygjwv ,-If .fjofg paw 4,90-P913 t awp? Ynlp Jwofs' Q' 0635, 'gg5vyA,,, Jg,.qg-f MV' 1035. JN03 U3"og',u'dL up, Ceqgggfyorxfgx 'l9DU""6""bw fjpralovh ? fyrdixwxxipgy W .F LMMW Q5 xx J GSW Wx? M4 WMNMM . xp W


Suggestions in the Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) collection:

Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) online yearbook collection, 1967 Edition, Page 1

1967

Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) online yearbook collection, 1987 Edition, Page 1

1987

Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) online yearbook collection, 1986 Edition, Page 73

1986, pg 73

Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) online yearbook collection, 1986 Edition, Page 217

1986, pg 217

Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) online yearbook collection, 1986 Edition, Page 114

1986, pg 114

Frank W Cox High School - Talon Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA) online yearbook collection, 1986 Edition, Page 96

1986, pg 96

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.