Garinger High School - Snips and Cuts Yearbook (Charlotte, NC)
- Class of 1978
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Text from Pages 1 - 336 of the 1978 volume:
Qaringer Hzgh School
1100 fastway Drive
Charlotte, North Carolina 28205
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.administration Strives for a feat School
With the leadership of Mr.
Richard Cansler, Garinger has
prospered and grown into one ofthe
largest public schools in North Car-
olina. He has done a tinejob as head
administrator. Mr. Thomas Asbury
and Mr. Bill Ross assist Mr. Cansler
in administering discipline, the sec-
uring of substitutes, maintenance
and bus transportation among other
duties. They should all be com-
mended for their stupendous con-
tributions to Garinger's students,
faculty and community.
Richard Cansler Nobody told me I couldn t go out to lunch'
20 X Administration
"Did I ever tell you the joke about. . " Bill Ross
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Linda Giles Dorothy Gregory
I am smiling.
Why did you doodle all over my report?
22 X Secretaries
The joys of tiling!
Peggy Peterson Loretta Price Nadine Sinclair
Keeping up with the whereabouts of every student in addition to all oth
duties can be a tough job. But Garingerls secretaries do an exceptional jo
Without the efficient work that they do Garinger could not be number on
Sincere thanks and praise go to our secretaries.
l don't think I understand that joke.
Mm Helping Hands
No matter what your problem our counselors are
ready to help. Although each student is alphabetically
assigned to a counselor, he may go to anyone he wishes.
The counselors are there to help students get jobs,
select classes, apply to colleges. or just to talk over
Sally Hearon Are you serious'?!?
Sharon Liner Juanim Reid Sam Snmlling EVFIIVII Winyrwz
Counselors X 23
The new Library has been operating over one
full year and has given Garinger affiliates oppor-
tunities in using information pertaining to all sub-
jects. It has an extensive collection of print mate-
rials. The staffis well-qualified, cooperative, and
efficient. The new facility is attractive and spaci-
ous, and deserves great recognition from the
Garinger student body. Students have the oppor-
tunity to earn one full credit by being an assistant
which has proved to be an excellent learning
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English Benrjts Students
This year, the English Department has
stepped forward to modernize their tech-
niques in relating literature and composition
to students. There is a great variety and
quantity of materials offered to classes.
Teachers have opportunities to employ a
variety of uniquely creative and innovative
approaches to teaching.
Raynette Covington Faye Deese Sarah Emerson
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l hope my students get a better under-
standing of themselves and the world
around them. and a keener appreciation for
the ways that literature can enrich their
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Beth Summers Rollie Sumwalt Irene Travis Jean Withers
English X 27
The Special Education Department
should be commended for their talent in de-
veloping Garinger's students education into
a base for today's world. It reaches students
that might otherwise be lost in the educa-
The staff is dedicated, enthusiastic, and
Well trained, and has made extensive use of
and cooperation with community resources.
Doris Covington W. Hugh Harkey
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Is this what our children's History lesson
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James Edwards, Jr.
History plays an important part in the lives of
every person everyday. Without it our country
could not be as developed as it is today. History is
also essential to the future. We can learn many
things from the peoples of the past, and thanks to
Garinger's History teachers, students have been
given the chance to learn these things.
The History Department suffered the loss of
Mr. Ron Aldridge at the end of the first quarter,
but through the dedicated efforts of his replace-
ment, Mr. Patrick Webb, and all the staff another
outstanding year was completed.
History X 29
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Jim Holland Cowabungag
Good Morning, America!
Robert McClure Alice Rhodes
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Math - .7111 Integral Part
Although only one year of high school arithmetic is necessary for gradua-
tion, many students are continuing their mathematical studies. This past year,
1486 out of2200 students were enrolled in a variety of courses such as General
Math I and II, Algebra I, II, II-Trig, Ill-Trig, Analysis, and Calculus. A good
math background is a great asset and many students have realized this.
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Garinger's Science Department provides
students with a comprehensive background
in the fundamentals of science and their
practical use. Courses included in this de-
partment are Biology I and II, Chemistry I
and II, Physics, and Horticulture. It pro-
vides the student with an appreciation for
life and the relationships of the many ele-
ments that compose our world.
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Students Express Uhernselres
Drawing, painting, ceramics, jewelry-
making and enameling, fibers and fabrics are
all a part of the world of art at Garinger.
Students work with a variety of media, tools
and equipment while learning to apply ele-
ments and principles of art to what they are
doing. This has been achieved again this
year under the direction of Wilma King and
her student teacher from Appalachian State
University, Preston Lawing. This year a
new ceramics room was a welcomed addi-
tion to the department.
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Bible Creates Inspiration
In the beginning, man was createdg after
man, Janet Robinson. She has inspired
many students, teachers, and her many
friends. Students join in fellowship to share
their thoughts of the Bible's contents and
the meanings behind the many passages. Al-
though Miss Robinson is leaving Garinger at
the end of this year, we, the students,
teachers, and community will always keep
her close in our thoughts.
Art!Bible X 35
Broadcasting the Qooil News
Radio!TV Broadcasting offers the interested
junior and senior an opportunity to learn the bas-
ics of the industry as they study announcing,
commercial writing, station management, and
preparation for taking the examination for the
FCC Third Class Operator's License. During
their two years of broadcast study at Garinger,
students visit radio and TV stations, meet guest
speakers such as John Wilson of WBTV, and
produce a live, two-hour broadcast each week-
night during the summer on WCGC.
I hope that Radio students not only learn good
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eifft' learn to work cooperatively with each other so
that after graduation they will be likely to succeed
in whatever carrers they choose.
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I warned you about studying!
No, that says something not nice.
Margarethe Armstrong Jan Hall
Mrs. Stegmeir spends extra time with a student.
The teachers of foreign languages
work hard to provide students not only
with skills in their chosen language,
but also with understanding of other
peoples and cultures. In our ever
changing World this understanding
could be the most important thing
learned in school. Mrs. Armstrong
took Mr. Vaughan's place this year in
teaching German. All the foreign lan-
guage teachers should be commended
for the opportunities of learning about
other cultures they have given stu-
Foreign Language X 37
Enhanced By Music
The Garinger Music Department offers
learning and enjoyment to the community as
well as to its students. Performances by both
the Band and Chorus enhance their audiences'
ears with music ofall ages. During the fall ofthe
year, the Marching Band drills constantly, pre-
paring for the coming weeks half-time show.
The Girls Ensemble, Choir and the Sandrettes
practice everyday also preparing for perform-
ances given for students and parents at night as
well as for teachers and students during the
day. For holidays throughout the year, both
groupsjoin to give programs. Dr. Robert Mad-
dox and Mr. John Sanders should be com-
mended. The new pianist forthe Choir this year
is Miss Annette Lewis.
"And they say I don't know what I'm doing!
"This has not been my day."
38 I Music
R0b6I'f Maddox ,lohn Sgnderg
Star is Born
The Drama Department is an
especially talented department.
Students are able to show their
acting abilities as well as their
creativity towards the sets they
use for each play. Each year two
major plays are given and several
smaller plays inbetween. Miss
Sessions should be commended
for her first year at Garinger. She
did a great job.
Feeding and cleaning up after Garinger's many stu-
dents and faculty is not an easy task. This is why the
Garinger cafeteria and custodial staff should be com-
mended for the miraculous jobs they do. Each day
nutritious lunches are prepared by the cafeteria staff
and custodians work hard to keep the school clean and
running smoothly. Thanks to them, Garinger is a more
pleasant place to spend each day.
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Another successful year has been
completed by the ROTC instructors. The
goal of ROTC is to produce Americans
who have good leadership and citizenship
qualities in addition to developing re-
sponsibility and respect for authority.
The ROTC program is a great contributor
to individual and national growth.
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Warren Hicks Joyce Hume'
Patricia McGee Joseph Tomanchek
The Phys. Ed. department
tried something different this
year. For the first time males and
females were not assigned to
separate classes and then mixed
for certain sports. Instead, both
sexes were assigned together to
one of the five teachers. This
seems to be working much better
and leaves more time for partici-
pation in sports.
Physical Education X 41
Onetla Belk Gladys Buford
You must be kidding.
All sophomores take a class called Orientation which is made up of two
quarters of Study Hall, one quarter of Personal Issues, and one quarter of
Drivers' Education. The course is called Orientation because these courses
all help the tenth graders get oriented to starting high school. At the end ofthe
year they are taken on tours during their Orientation period so that they can
better choose their classes for the next year.
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Marshall Martin Joe White
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Each year, the Business Education depart-
ment does an outstanding job in helping stu-
dents to form their careers in a businesslike
atmosphere. There are many Business related
programs including accounting, bookkeeping,
business law, business management, and busi-
ness math. Some others are Computer Pro-
graming I, Introduction to Data Processing,
Keypunch Typing, Personal Money Manage-
ment and Shorthand.
Nan Abell Martha Bailey
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The Vocation Education Department is
an exciting department which teaches a
multitude of vocational courses. These
classes are skill-related programs includ-
ing Auto mechanics, cabinetmaking,
Drafting, Electronics, Graphics, and ma-
chine shop. The students get special at-
tention to help them in their forecoming
careers. They are taught the basics up to
the most complex ones. All of this is what
makes this department a successful one.
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Home Economics, Etc
Home Economics is offered to provide
the student with the skills necessary to help
the graduate face the difficulties of the con-
temporary world. The course teaches stu-
dents the basic principles of clothing, -child
care, family living, and foods. Courses other
than Home Ec. are Family Living, Ad-
vanced Clothing, Advanced Child Devel-
opment, Occupational Preparation, Ad-
vanced Foods, and Fashion l, Il, and Ill.
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Two of Garingerls students were able to see parts ofthe world
through the foreign exchange program, a program which allows
a rising senior to experience a foreign country over the summer.
The students are selected on the basis of an interview, a quiz on
current events, and on how well they handle hypothetical situa-
Miss Lynn Cadmus and Mr. Kevin Holmes represented
Garinger in the countries of Chile and Luxembourg. Each stated
that this was an experience that they will always cherish.
Nasharallah is . . .
Garinger did not have a foreign exchange student this year,
but did have the pleasure of befriending Mr. Tom Nasharal-
lah. Tom, who is originally from Lebanon, came to America
with his family. One of their reasons for coming was to allow
Tom to attend American colleges, where he planned to begin
his pharmaceutical studies.
Even though he had graduated from school in his home
country, he spent his first year in America with the Wildcats.
While here he became a true Wildcat and found making
friends an easy accomplishment.
52 ! Americans Abroad, Foreign Students
Mary Lou Matsik
Garinger is always proud to see their wildcats excel in all
areas, especially when they excel nationwide, as in the case
of Miss Mary Lou Matsik and Mr. Jeffrey Bernard. Miss
Matsik and Mr. Bernard are Garinger's semi-finalists in the
National Merit Scholarship competition. Both qualified
through the Preliminary Scholarship Aptitude Test which
was offered to all students throughout the United States. As
semi-finalists, they continued to compete for the National
Merit Scholarships, by first advancing to the position of state
As well as being scholars, these Wildcats have music in
common, both are members of the orchestra and the Youth
To be considered for any type of scholarship is quiet an
achievement and Garinger is proud of its achievers. Miss
Cynthia McCullough, one of Garinger's achievers, was a
semi-finalist in the National Achievement Scholarship Pro-
gram for Outstanding Negro Students. The basis for this
scholarship is to help those outstanding black students
further their education while they get the chance to expand
their talents. Miss McCullough qualified for the scholarship
by her high scores on the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude
Test. In order for Miss McCullough to compete further for
the 575 varying scholarships she had to achieve an equivalent
score on her Scholastic Aptitude Test.
Ms. McCullough is also a member of the Garinger or-
chestra, a varsity cheerleader, and the editor of the RAM-
National Merit. N.A.S.P.O.N.S. X 53
Each year the National Council of Teachers of
English sponsors an essay contest in which
talented students are given the opportunity to ex-
press their thoughts on a given topic. "Discuss an
Experience" was the topic of the essays and
within one hour the students had thoroughly ex-
pressed their thoughts. Judged on the basis of
content, structure and development, Miss Laurie
Ferreira, Mr. Ken House and Miss Jeannie
Maynard were considered to be the most profi-
cient writers in their class.
Annually a six week seminar is held for all
North Carolina students who have excelled
in academic or artistic areas. This seminar,
entitled Governor's School, allows these
students to further their studies in their cho-
Garinger was well represented in the field
of music by Mr. Jeffrey Bernard. Jeffrey
shows his great interest in music through his
participation in the Garinger orchestra and
Charlotte Youth Symphonic.
54 l Essay Contest, Governor's School, Rennasalaer
Essay Contest Finalists
Mary Lou Matsik
There are many areas in
which a student can advance
and receive tokens of admira-
tion in honor of his advance-
ment. Many of the tokens are
scholarships offered by pre-
stigious colleges and univer-
sities. The Rennsalaer honors
those students who have per-
formed well in the areas of
higher mathematics and scienc-
Garinger's honored scholar
was recognized as Miss Mary
Lou Matsik. Miss Matsik com-
mented that she was very
pleased to receive the scholar-
ship and plans on attending Re-
One of the most respected
awards a rising senior can re-
ceive is based on how he or she
best displays citizenship, leader-
ship, dependability, and patri-
otism throughout his or her
school life. Annually the
Daughters of the American Re-
volution recognize the student
who best deserves the honor.
Miss Rion was selected by her
junior class as having best fulfil-
led these standards. When asked
how she felt upon receiving the
award she responded L'To win an
award is an honor but the real
honor is in being selected by
others in order to earn the
Miss Rion involves herself in
such activities as GGS and var-
To receive an award in honor of high academic
achievement is great and to receive one with such
a prestigious name as Harvard backing it is even
better. Annually the Harvard Club of Charlotte
presents the deserving student with a collection of
literary works concerning Harvard and its stu-
dents entitled the Harvard Book Award. Mr. Jef-
frey Robertson, a member of the Honor Society
and the soccer team, proudly received this award
on the May 5, 1977 Honors and Awards Day.
Many awards are given to students who
have excelled academically in school. An-
nually, the University of the South, in
Sewannee, Tennessee, presents to the stu-
dent who has excelled while also displaying
an admirable character with a scholarship.
For a rising senior to receive such an hon-
ored award is a privilege and Mr. Kenneth
House was the privileged recipient of this
award at Garinger's Honors and Awards
Harvard Book Award, D.A.R., Sewannee Award X 55
Homecoming . . .
o crowning affair
As tradition would have it, Homecoming is the
most celebrated affair of the school year. This year
twenty ladies participated in Garinger's Homecom-
ing festivities, for the most awaited event and most
honored title, Homecoming Representative.
Selected by the senior members of the football team,
emerged four very proud ladiesg Miss Annette
Brown, Miss Susan Harris, Miss Cathy Owens and
Miss Sheila Williams. Although these ladies felt
privileged to be members of the court, Janet Hayes
felt this title of Miss Homecoming to be a time in her
life which she will always cherish.
Cansler crowns queen.
Miss Janet Hayes
Sponsors and their escorts.
56 X Homecoming 1977
Janet and court.
Cats pull team powe
tt bitter aqfeat
The agony of defeat.
Cats take the field.
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Diane Crawford ""'-""" Lisa Alcala 'lil
Tina Suddreth Donna Gibson
Sandra King Brenda Jones
58 I Sophomores Beauties
Melody Richardson Pandora Black
Lynn Haynes Sherri Bunn
Kim Jones Laura Brazzell
Juniors Beauties X 59
60 f Senior Beauties
Dunn is Superlative Beauty
Miss Joni Dunn IS Senior Superlative.
S S p I t J d
The annual Miss Blue and Gray
pageant was held on April 14, 1977,
and from the many talented young
ladies who competed, Miss Heidi Low
received the crown. As Miss Low's
talent, she performed a clarinet med-
ley arranged by Bruce Dailey.
Her attendants were Miss Crystal
Mobley, first-runner upg Miss Joy
Hardee, second-runner upg and Miss
LaSandra President, Miss Congenial-
Miss Heidi Low
Miss Crystal Mobley Miss LaSandra President MiSS J0y Hafdee
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Garinger was well represented in
the 1977 Carrousel Parade by Miss
Joni Dunn. Miss Dunn was selected
by her senior class to compete with
other girls from area schools for the
title of Carousel Queen. Miss Dunn
explained her excitement as being a
"Thrill to represent Garingerf'
Miss Dunn is a member of the
varsity cheerleading squad Cen-
trusa, and FBLA.
wins Voice qf Democracy
Annually the Veterans of Foreign
Affairs and the Association of
Broadcasters sponsor the Voice of
Democracy Contest. This contest,
open to all students, gives students
the opportunity to express their
feelings on patriotic themes through
written and oral speeches. The
speeches are judged on the basis of
originality, deliverance and con-
On December 5th the winners of
this contest were announced as Mr.
Mike Sturgill, first place winner:
Mr. Brian Hawkins, second place
winnerg and Mr. Jimmy Coreg third
Left: Mike Sturgill
Center: Brian Hawkins
Carousel Princess, Voice of Democracy X 63
Marshals usher at Qraduation
First Row: Piper Davis, Laura Ferriera, Sheila Williams, Joy Hardee, Chris Fowler, Kelly Turner, Jeanne Maynard. Second
Row: Lee Keeter, Ann Saadeh, Mary Matsik, Pat J ourdan, Lynn Cadmus, Sherri Taylor. Third Row: Ricky Thacker, Chris
Fitzsimons, Ken House, Grady Walker, Mark Moser, Cyril Gulledge. Fourth Row: Jeff Ramsey, Mike Winstead, Scotty
Parrot, David Mills. Fifth Row: Jeff Robertson, Kevin Holmes.
One of the highest honors a member
of the junior class can receive is to be a
marshal at graduation. The purpose of
the marshals is to serve as ushers dur-
ing graduation ceremonies. Each mar-
shal is selected by a committee of fac-
ulty members, through nominations of
homeroom teachers. Each marshal has
been judged on the basis of superior
scholarship, citizenship and leader-
From these selected members come
the associate chief marshals. These
students were selected by their class
rank to serve this honored title, Miss
Lynn Cadmus, Mr. Jeffrey Robertson,
Mr. Ken House, and Miss Mary Lou
64 ! Marshals
Lynn Cadmus, Jeffrey Robertson, Ken House, Mary Matsik.
Wildcats nominated for Scholastic Honor
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The North Carolina Association of Educators in con-
junction with WSOC-TV selects a student each month
to honor as a scholar. The Wildcats were proud to have
Miss Gwen Frazier honored as the Garinger WSOC-TV
Scholar of the Month for December.
Miss Frazier, who involves herself in many school
activities, stated "This was a big surprise that I must
admit I was glad to receive." Miss Frazier also made a
television appearance and received a S100 savings
0 o o xi
One of the most prestigious scholarships in
North Carolina is the Morehead which sponsors a
four year scholarship to the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill. It was established in the
memory of John Motley Morehead.
Garinger selects its nominee for this honor
through a committee of faculty members. Each
student is reviewed on the basis of scholastic abil-
ity, extra-curricular activities, and physical vigor.
This year Lynn Cadmus, Ann Saadeh and Kevin
Holmes represented Garinger as Morehead
nominees. Although none advanced to the finals,
these students deserve commendation for their
. . . WSOC honor
Morehead Nominees, WSOC-TV Scholar of the Month f 65
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Qaringer High School chapter 0
Front Row: Mary Lou Matsik, Chris Fowler, Sheila Wil-
liams, Laura Ferreira, Kelly Turner, Sherry Taylor, Jean-
nie Maynard. Second Row: Joy Hardee, Grady Walker,
Jeff Ramsey, Piper Davis, Scotty Parrott, Mark Moser
The Garinger High School chapter
ofthe National Honor Society of Sec-
ondary Schools was established to
bring recognition to outstanding stu-
dents. Its objectives are to create an
enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimu-
late a desire to render service, to pro-
mote leadership, and to develop
Qualified students selected for
membership are inducted in the sec-
ond semester of their junior year or
during the second or fourth quarter of
the senior year.
During the school year 1977-78
members of the society raised money
for two academic scholarships.
Cyril Gulledge. Back Row: Mrs. Allen, Ann Saadah, Chris
Fitzsimon, Ricky Thacker, Jeff Robertson, Kevin
Holmes, Lynn Cadmus, Mrs. Travis.
Laura Ferreira, Secretary, Chris Fitzsimon, President, Jeff Robertson, Vice
President, Sheila Williams, Treasurer.
66 X Honor Society
the National Honor Society
Front Row: Mrs. Caldwell, Clara Barnes, Diane Kenny, Lippard, Donna Levins. Back Row: Mr. Cansler, Pat
Cathy Owen, Annelle Morcock, Benita Lowder, Amy Jourdan, Windy Kiser, David Mills, Jeff Bernard, Tim
Rumph, Lorna Smith, Lynda Smith, Jan Burris, Amy Atkinson, Bob Francis.
Hi There Sweetheart.
So this is what it's all about.
Some of us are still a little shocked.
Honor Society X 67
Safer Speaks on Success
Morley Safer of 60 Minutes.
Every year, at Ovens Auditorium, a
convocation is held for all Mecklenburg
high schools. This convocation is held to
allow a well-known personality to ex-
press his views on life and success. The
convocation speech was given by Morley
Safer of CBS's 60 Minutes. Safer spoke
of his encounters on the road to success.
He encouraged the high school students
to make the best of their lives and to aim
for success in all endeavors. Safer's ad-
vice served to benefit everyone in the
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68 X Convocation
In all of his encounters on the road to success he aimed high.
Hound is Simply Smashing
Elementary! I am the Real Inspector Hound.
Garinger's Drama Department was
very fortunate this year to have Ms.
Sessions as a new advisor. Her guid-
ance and patience along with the stu-
dents' long hours and hard work paid
off with the production of their first
play "The Real Inspector Hound".
The play was a farce involving a play
within a play and several deaths both
in and out of the play itself. Leading
roles were played by Chris Fowler as
Cynthia, David Price as Moon, and
Mark Adams as Bird Boot.
Hi ladies, don't be sny.
I think the poor chap is dead.
Drama X 69
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Project Aries is an organization which was designed to
improve the human relations in the schools. G2-1ringer's
Project members Tricia Ryan, Doris Hayes, Nancy
Hough, Chris Nash, Ollie Reid and Jeff Montgomery not
only dealt with these problems. but also improved their
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Discussing the problems of today.
Miss Audrey Morse
Morse crowned queen.
. . . Hurlrey Morse
As in the past the Rambler staff sponsored a very special
Valentine's Day event. This event was the selection of the
Valentine Sweetheart and Court. Miss Audrey Morse was
chosen by her senior class as Garinger's 1978 Sweetheart.
Her court was a very special one. Two young men, Mr.
Greg Karam and Mr. Scott Hoffman, represented the
sophomore and junior classes along with Miss Natalie Har-
rell and Miss Crystal Mobley. The senior court members
, were Miss Leslie Black and Miss Kim Deihl.
The 1978 Valentine Court.
Court is recognized.
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Cupid? Catch is . . .
72 ! Sen
Most Hmbitious Unsung Hero uno Heroine
Jeff Robertson and Diane Kenny Scott Clayton and Juanita Martin
Most fzlttractive Most fashionable
Tommy Brimhall and Joni Dunn Stan Shaw and Debbie Ballard
Best H11 Zrouno
Chris Fitzsimon and Janet Hayes
Wayne Strong and Cynthia McCullough
Larry Brown and Tammy Kiser
Most School Spiriteci
Ferd Sosa and Tracy Rion
Senior S I t 7
Ken Harmon and Stephanie Huntley
Rusty Washam and Sherry Smith
Steve Purvis and Gwen Frazier
Bill Rayner and Ellen Henderson
Steve Helms and Brenda Gambill
Most Popular enwr
P.J. Henderson and Micah Lee
SCIHOI' Superlatives f 75
Lessie Branch and Mark Adams
Best School Citizen
Susan Frye and Charles Allen
761 Senior S p rlatives
Richard Riley and Stacy McCullough
Most Bikeiy to Succeed
Grady Walker and Lynn Cadmus
Mr. ana Miss Qaringer
Chris Fitzsimon and P.J. Henderson
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Snips and Cuts
Except for six veterans, this
year's staff was new and inexperi-
enced at working on an annual.
Many problems arose when staff
members were unsure how to pre-
pare their sections. Fortunately, the
new staffers quickly learned from
The workload on the two photog-
raphers, Benny McKinney and Tina
Lawing, was tremendous. Benny
worked hard developing pictures.
When illness prevented a few
staffers from completing their sec-
tions, everyone was willing to pitch
in and help to finish the work.
As eager as they were to help
each other, the staff also enjoyed
the lag after each deadline.
Despite the problems, the staff
feels that they have successfully re-
viewed the past year at Garinger.
"It's been a rough day."
Dina Smith and Robbie Meador, faculty
Laurin Marley, Cindy Deal and Debbie Ballard, seniors
Benny McKinney, photographer
Tina Lawing, photographer
Dolores Wood, Diane Kenny and Jeannie Maynard, Ac-
Juanita Martin, editor
Snips and Cuts X 81
Workshop at Qfurman
1 Last July, Juanita Martin, Cathy J
Head, Jeannie Maynard, Laurin
Marley, and Diane Kenny went to a
yearbook workshop at Furman
University. According to past expe-
rience on a yearbook staff, each girl
was assigned a suitable class level.
There were also lectures and labs
where the girls learned to draw
lay-outs, coordinate patterns, and
The girls felt they learned skills
which have helped them on this
yeafg annual, Jeannie Maynard, Laurin Marley, Juanita Martin, Cathy Head, Diane Kenny
Ms. Jean Grisdale, Advisor Juanita helps staff members with their sections.
Sitting: Dolores Wood, Tina Lawing, Jeannie Maynard, Cathy Head, Chuck Peterson, Laurin Marley, Diane Kenny, Gwen
Frazier, Rusty Washamg First row: Linda Smith, Lynn Eudy, Cindy Deal, Debbie Ballard, Juanita Martin, Wilbert Ferguson,
Second row: Dina Smith, Robbie Meador, Al Renaud, Benny McKinney, David Land, Alton Kunkle.
82 X Snips and Cuts
Qirls .attend f
Garinger Club promotes school
pride in all areas of the school and
tries to restore the beauty on cam-
pus. Various fund raising drives
throughout the year finance proj-
ects such as restoration ofthe foun-
tain, providing for landscaping and
placing an ad in the Rambler.
Although Garinger Club is small
in size, under the guidance of Mrs.
Officers: Sitting: Jeannie Maynard, Mary Lou Matsik. Back Row: Hawn, it is an active part of
Alice Hinson, John Klyn. Garinger,
Advisor: Mrs. Hawn
Front Row: Karen Beaver, Lori McClain, Julie Combs. Ann Greene, Alan Hyatt, Alice Hinson, Mary Lou Matsik, Buzz
Putnam, John Klyn, Leta Lane, Melinda Martin. Back Row: Bacot, Kathy Bobay, Jeannie Maynard.
Mrs. Hawn, Randy Cagle, Sheri Greene, Mike Edge, Kim
Garinger Club I 83
The Wildcat Club, once again
helped school spirit reach an all-
time high. This club, organized to
help promote school spirit and to
get all students interested in
Garinger and in its different athletic
teams, did just that.
Members supported all athletic
events. This support came in the
form of selling booster badges and
buttons during football and basket-
ball seasons, making posters for
each game and many other school
spirited activities. They also pro-
vided Willa and Willie Wildcat for
Under the direction of Mrs. Platt,
this enthusiastic bunch let the teams
know that "We Back The Cats."
Officers: Kathy Bobay, Tina Gibson, Cheryl Davis, Amy Fowler.
84 f Wildcat Club
A relaxing moment.
Advisor: Mrs. Platt
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"We Back The Cats!"
Front Row: Brenda Jones, Mary Alexander, Pattie Davis,
Stephanie Helms, Johnny Nussman, Donna Overstreet, Bob
Killough. Second Row: Kelly Thomas, Natalie Harrell,
Laura Turner. Leigh Junkins, Penny Todd. Ginger Land.
Donna Gibson. Carol Davis.
Seniors, Kneeling: Lori McClain, Joy Hardee, Chris Fowler,
Cheryl Davis. Juniors, Second Row: Toy Hinson, Renee
Gibson, Judith Huffstetler, Cathy Poplin, Tammy Davis.
Tricia Ryan, Susan Southerland, Libby Bailey. Back Row:
Mrs. Platt. Kutyna Reid, Leta Lane, Susanne Ray, Kathy
Bobay, Buzz Bacot, Amy Fowler. Kim Becknell, Dana
Kluttz, Renee Pepper. Melissa Groins. Maria Gavrilis.
Kathy Rainwater. Leslie Sides.
Wildcat Club X 85
Zpulrlishing Qamlrler Hakes Ueamwork
Supervising an inexperienced
staff demanded a lot from the Ram-
bler's editor, Cynthia McCullough.
She had only one returning staffer,
Tammy Holden. The rest of the
staff had not worked on the Ram-
bler before and was unsure how to
put together a good newspaper. Be-
cause of their uncertainty, the staff
looked to Cynthia and their new ad-
visor, Ms. Diedra Bennett, for
The Ramblerls best topic of the
year was about H.E.W.'s rulings.
Staffers interviewed students for
their opinions of H.E.W's decision
that titles like lettergirl, Valentine
Queen, Homecoming Queen, and
Miss Black and Blue, were dis-
criminative and would have to be
changed. Most students opposed
the decision and disliked H.E.Wfs
interference into school activities.
L. to R.: Betsy Valentine, John Klyn, Karen Hughes, Pam Braswell, Donna Levin
Cynthis McCullough, Mary Moss, Billy Drake, Brian Roberts, and Tammy Holden
Artist Tammy Holden works on sketches
Cynthia McCullough, editor Reporters for the Rambler.
86 ! Rambler
Ms. Bennett makes suggestions. MS- Diedfa Bennett, HdViS0f-
Staff enjoys working together. Preparing fOr a deadline.
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Rambler X 87
Sing U heir Way
Into Our Hearts
Ten girls are chosen from the
Choir to form a special singing
group to represent Garinger. These
girls dedicate many hours of prac-
tice to achieve their beautifully
High notes! Low notes!
Clockwise: Amy Lippard, Susanne Ray, Joan Steverson, Gwen
Dailey, Lisa Newell, Crystal Mobley, Karen Hughes, Lisa Reed,
Gaye Dimmick, Kristina Smith.
88 X Sandrettes
Practice makes perfect.
Girls Ensemble is a performing
group ofgirls who, after an audition
by their director Mr. Sanders, are
chosen because of their excellence
in vocal music. These girls per-
formed at all concerts sponsored by
the vocal music department. In
February, they participated in
competition at UNCC and gave
other performers stiff competition.
Fund raising projects helped pay
for their expenses while performing
and for a relaxing weekend in the
Director Mr Sanders Great performance!
Front Row: Ms. Lewis, Sheri Chastain, Effie Siozos, Ann
Putnam, Melinda Martin, Ann Spainhour, Curtina Allen,
Pam Bailey, Carol Deese, Martha Ewart, Kris Smith, Be-
verly Stamey, Rachell Sutton. Second Row: Mary Moss,
Michelle Armstrong, Suzanne Ray, Dwonda Smith, Ethel
Phiffer, Shirley Martin, Cindy Smith, Janet Helms, Marleta
Tucker, Tonya Loflin, Sandy Miller, Rhonda Rinck, Betsy
Valentine, Mr. Sanders. Third Row: Kim Dennie, Sandy
Baker, Lori McClain, Lisa Giles, Lynn Lewis, Tonna Kim-
mons, Crystal Mobley, Susan Lingle, Laura Griffin, Jeanette
Hudson, Karla Belk, Kelly Harwell. Back Row: Denise
Horne, Kathleen Agee, Kathy Bennett, Karen Pearce, Lisa
Poteat, Dana Kluttz, Felicia Haywood, Cynthia Blunt, Tricia
Ryan, Lynn Haynes, Leigh Haynes, Tina Gardner, Cynthia
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Chorus is usually a first year class in
vocal music. Its main purpose is to help
students develop singing and performing
This past year the Chorus gave many
performances and had several money
raising projects to aid in their expenses.
Chorus was once again directed by Mr.
Taking a break.
Director: Mr. Sanders.
Front Row: Mr. Sanders, Karen Cooke, Cathy Lynem, Eva
Garland, Tammy Pressley, Ann Ross, Stacy Holmes, Nancy
Queen. DeAnna Bonti, Pam Reap, Mary Ann Stinson, Mar-
garet Lee Stinson, Glorius Smith, Sherri Hughes, Sherry
Ashman. Second Row: Elizabeth Freeman, Regina Coley,
Blanca Yarman, Teresa Law, Karen Burke, Debra Carter,
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Shelia Mulligan, Marolyn Jackson, Kelly Milstead, Kim Be-
aver, Amy Whittington, Phyllis Faulkner, Ethel Phifer, Ar-
leen Brooks, Nancy Laster. Back Row: Tony Powers, Mil-
ton Caldwell, Dale Black, Joey Henry, Bert Webb, Charles
Charles, Ricky Lewis, Roosevelt Ross, Benjie Linker, Mark
Davis, Terry McKee, Cookie Robinson, Sherwood Page.
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Front Row: Susan McCroskey, Roxie Miller, LaMonda
Smith, Robin Pepper, Patricia Harris, Secelia Judd, Jana
Gregory, Melanie Estridge, Jessica Brill, Tonja Sorensen,
Brenda Horden, Debbie Baldwin, Ruth Jones, Carol
Buckley, Tamara Sanders. Second Row: Anette Lewis, Shir-
ley Holcombs, Joane Koucouliotes, Tammy Goforth, Be-
verly Leake, Sherrie Brown, Jackie Blanton, Kelly Smith,
Darlene Gainey, Denise Ballard, Casie Hoffmann, Donna
Raiff, Nancy Threatt, Angela Eaker, Julie Johnson. Back
Row: Wayne Mumford, Tommy Hamlett, Mike Horan.
Cecelia Mayhew. Jackie Witherspoon, Vanessa Sturgis,
Sharon Lovett, Penny Todd. Bonita Byers, Donald Oakley,
Stan Teer, Greg McCarroll.
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on focal Stations
Christmas was a busy season for
the choir, First, they gave a concert
at the Merchandise Mart for the el-
derly. WSOC-TV televised the
concert. Then the choir appeared
on WBTV,s Top O' The Day pro-
The choir consists ofjuniors and
seniors who have been selected
through auditions. Through self-
discipline and continuous practice,
choir members strengthen their
musical abilities. The choir is under
the direction of Mr. Sanders.
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Choir officers: Karen Hughes, Mike Hoffman, Laurin Marley, Jeff Lindsey.
First Row: Renee Corder, Sonya Dillard, Melanie Swindell, Linda Renfrow, Dowanda Hoagland, Lois Jones, Joan
Steverson, Terri Hucks, Lisa Bolt, Donna Young, Lisa Reed, Lisa White, Debbie Stamey, Wendi Horne, Pam Bailey, Hae
Song, Faye Mitchell, Second Row: Mr. Sanders, Sharon Alexander, Lessie Branch, Penny Wyatt, Janice Duncan, Terry
Helms, Leslie Black, Debbie McAlphine, Becky Wallace, Kathy Stone, Lisa Darling, Cindy Wensil, Cheryl Wilson, Jan
Burris, Laurin Marley, Lisa Newell, Karen Hughes, Mrs. Lewis, Third Row: Glenn Pyatt, Mark Odell, Scott Scarborough,
Jeff Surratt, Preston McCalpine, Ricky Brown, David Higgins, Rayford Sellers, Chris Nash, John McLaughlin, Dale Hooks,
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Centrum 6- O
The big event was the renewal of
an old traditiong playing Centrusa in
football. For G.G.S., the 6-0 win
over Centrusa was the reward for
weeks of intense practice. The girls
agreed that the victory was due to
their determination to win as well as
the encouragement of their coaches
Service projects were another
major activity of the club. During
holidays, the girls visited the kids at
the Western Carolina Center.
At Christmas, the girls provided
food, clothing, gifts, and a tree for a
needy family. At the request of the
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, they
spent a day at Eastland Mall collect-
ing money for research programs.
To raise money, members sold
lollipops on G.G.S. Lick 'Em Day
and corsages during Homecoming
G.G.S. members also involved
themselves in projects to show their
pride in Garinger's athletic teams.
They surprised the varsity football
team with a party a few days before
the Homecoming game. The girls
had a supper for the soccer team to
congratulate them on a terrific sea-
son. Members also stayed busy
making posters to boost school
G.G.S. cheerleaders building a pyramid.
G.G.S. pushes through Centrusa's defensive line.
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P. J. Henderson, President New members listen to instructions.
Cathy Owen, Vice-President A poster helps advertise lollipop sale.
Below: Ms. Jan Hall, Advisor. Sitting: Judy Allen, Dawn Plott, Jeanne Tomanchek, Tern Davis, Kim Fowler, Joey Cude.
Second Row: Chris Fitzsimon, Gaye Dimick. Third Row: Diane Kenny, Liz James, Wendi Weaver, Debbie Ballard, Julia l
Stanley, Gwen Frazier, Tracey Craig, Piper Davis, P. J, Henderson, Mike Horan, Fourth Row: Cathy Owen, Kim Diehl,
Laurin Marley. Fifth Row: Tracy Rion, Laurie Ferreira, Susan Harris, Stacy McCullough, Ellen'Henderson.
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First Row: Mascots: Mike Horan, Chris Fitzsimon, Joey Cude. Second Row: Lynn Liz James, Secretary
Goodwin, Tammy Holden, Kim Carter, Stacey Edelman, Juanita Martin, Janet
Hayes, Jeanna Alexander, Julie Sweet, Sherry Smith. Third Row: Michelle
Armstrong, Lisa Washburn, Donna Levins, Betsy Beard.
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Skiers Have a Qreat
Under the advice ofSMrs. Katzel
and Mrs. Armstrong, this club pro-
vides students with the opportunity
to learn the fundamentals of skiing
safely. The Ski Club tries to plan as
many ski trips as the snow condi-
tions will allow and possibly some
ice skating or sledding parties. A
dry land ski school was held at one
of the first meetings and ski instruc-
tions were provided at the moun-
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Officers: Stacey Edelman, Steve Helms, Danny Leopard
Front Row: B. Washam, J. Woodson, S. Edelman, D.
Leopard, T. Ross, S. Helms, Ms. Katzel. Second Row: T.
Gibson, R. Dean, J. Huffstetler, M. Lucky, S. Kelbough, D.
Young, L. Pate, L. Haynes, M. Goins, L. Haynes, J. Wat-
son, P. Economos. Third Row: L. Lane, A. Fowler, T.
Davis, P. J. Henderson, T. Teague, M. Robinson, J. Greg-
ory, J. Long, S. Helms, A. Tate, D. Earnhardt, J. Sutton, S.
King. Fourth Row: J. Stanley, J. Sweet, S. Smith, E. Hen-
derson, K. Fowler, T. Rion. N. Harrell, P. Davis, T. Hicks,
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S. Thomas, A. Spainhour, E. Glenn, B. Jones, E. Karam, K
Holmes, J. Ramsey. Fifth Row: B. Poplin, J. Core, M. Ale
Xander, D. Williams, G. Karam, B. Johnson, P. Curlee, G
Walker, D. Karnazes, K. Medlin. Sixth Row: L. Turner, K
Rainwater, B. McKinney, R. Woodard, M. Moore, R
McKnight, S. Suddreth, G. Jackson, S. Purvis, S. Parrott, R
Hardmen. Back Row: J. Klyn, K. Bobay, B. Liebler, D
Kluttz, S. Craddock, S. Hoffman, M. Tingen, R. Taylor, B
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Sophomore Color Guard receiving individual attention.
Rappelling at Davidson College.
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JROTC, Junior Reserve Officers
Training Corps, is in its eighth suc-
cessful year since its establishment
in 1970. This program's purpose is
to provide instruction in leadership
and citizenship principles. In
JROTC, one learns to respect au-
thority to accept responsibility and
to work as a team. Each year,
J ROTC takes an outing to Davidson
lst Platoon, Company "A": Flag Ceremony at end of the
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2nd and 3rd Platoons, Company HA" during rifle exercise
1st Platoon, Company HB".
98 X J ROTC
2nd and 3rd Platoons, Company "B" during inspection.
lst Platoon, Company MCU taking care of the wounded.
2nd Platoon, Company HCM receiving instruction from Platoon leader.
Battalion Commander and Staff
'GHere we go again."
JROTC I 99
Key Club Raises Money for School Projects
The purpose ofthe Key Club is to
support and to promote Garinger
through service to the school and
community. For Key Club mem-
bers that meant staying busy with
money-making projects. This year,
they sold jackets, sweatshirts, to-
boggans, bumper stickers, and
The club used some of its money
to provide the lettergirls and cheer-
leaders with corsages to wear at the
For the athletic teams, Key Club
painted posters to show their sup-
port ofthe players.
Along with service projects, Key
Club takes time to do thingsjust for
fun. Each year, they sponsor the
Key Klub'Kapers. This show pro-
vides a chance for all the clubs to
join together in an activity.
Key Club is open to any male stu-
dent in good standing with the
school. Members must maintain a
Officers: Glenn Ball, Chuck Peterson Mr Hilderbrand Chris Fltzslmon Tony Powers B111 Newbold
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Billy Fortner, Bill Newbold, Tony Powers, Jeff Kirkpatrick, Scotty Parrott, Keith Medlin, Mark Moser, Jeff Robertson, Jeff
Ramsey, Glenn Ball, Charles Allen, Grady Walker, Chuck Peterson, Rusty Washam, Jim Fullam, Bobby Washam, Bobby
Cable, Walt Maney, Mr. Hilderbrand, Chris Pourlos, Chris Fitzsimon.
Mr. Reed Hilderbrand, Advisor and Chris Fitzsimon, Presi- The best restaurant in town.
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Keyettes, provides dedicated and
effective service to the school and
community. This is accomplished
by full effort on the part of all mem-
bers and w'
th the help of Mrs.
Frances Hawn, their advisor.
At the begi
nning of the year, the
tended meetings and
participated in club activities. Their
surprise induction was held at Far-
nce again sponsored
the soccer team. Refreshments and
moral support were provided for
each game. At the end of the soccer
season the annual cookout was held
for the team.
was an exciting time
for the Keyettes. The girls, all in
costume, gave a party for a day care
center. All the girls agreed that they
had had as much fun as the children.
their foster child Agustini. They
Keyettes once again sponsored
refreshments for the
teachers at Christmas. The Key-
ettes Went on
and had lots
their annual beach trip
These girls had an exciting, active
ive year. Keyettes is a
of what a service club
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Officers: Susan Milstead, Secretary, Robbie Maddox, Treasurerg Jeannie Maynard, it
Presidentg Alice Hinson, Vice President. Mascots: David Frye, Bill Newbold, Billy I'M balancing the books
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Such a lovely group
Advisor: Mrs. Hawn
Kneeling: Billy Fortner. Front Row: David Frye, Jean New-
ton, Alice Hinson, Renee Blakley, Laura Griffin, Robbie
Maddox, Jeannie Maynard, Bill Newbold. Second Row: Ann
Saadeh, Susan Lingle, Mary Lou Matsik, Dee Davis, Linda
O'Leary. Third Row: Joy Hardee, Lynda Smith, Ann Put-
nam, Sheri Chastain, Judy Strickland. Fourth Row: Lilian
Coello, Lisa Elder, Robin Ashford, Michelle Ilsley. Back
Row: Mrs. Hawn, Linda Shiffler, Robbie Meador, Kay
Stutts, Karla Belk, Debbie Barkley, Kim Beaver.
Keyettes X 103
As usual, Centrusa was success-
ful in their attempt to serve
Garinger and the surrounding
community. The junior and senior
girls once again helped sponsor the
basketball team. They also had their
annual "powder puff" football
game against GGS in the fall. Al-
though Centrusa came in second,
the girls agreed that the fun they had
was worth all the hard work and
Officers: Carol Farnsworth, Cheryl Davis, Donna Newell,
Susan Frye. Mascots: Toy Hinson, Scott Suddreth, Ken Har-
104 X Centrusa
The girls helped needy families
this year by collecting and distribut-
ing food, toys and clothing. They
also gave a party for a nursing home
and contributed to the March of
Under the supervision of Mrs.
Kirkman, Centrusa had fun while
participating in meaningful ac-
Advisor: Mrs. Karen Kirkman
Front Row: Nancy Hough, Melodie Richardson, Rhonda
McKnight. Second Row: Terri Simmons, Beth Chappell, Kim
Jones, Missy Borst. Third Row: Tammy Morrison, Belinda
Rockman, Dominique McClain, Chris Fowler. Fourth Row: Shelia
Sherron, Mitzi Gathings, Kathy Rainwater, Pam Ivey, Mimi
Smith. Fifth Row: Terri Smith, Linda Renfrow, Sherry Horton,
Susan Craddock, Gina Helms. Back Row: Lorna Smith, Donna
Griffin, Sherri Smith, Anita Pearson, Neena Lindsey.
Front Row: Amy Rumph, Marie Smith, Amy Nance, Donna
Newell. Second Row: Sherrie Taylor, Marleta Tucker, Sandra
Frye, Cheryl Davis. Third Row: Joni Dunn, Carol Farnsworth,
Julia Luther, Susan Frye. Back Row: Ken Harmon, Toy Hinson,
Centrusa makes vital decisions.
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Front Row: Steve Purvis, David Summers, Taco Daniels. Back Row: Tim Haney, Jim Burns, Phillip Moore, Mike Hunter
Don Smith, Eugene Robbins, Mr. Kemper.
President - Mike Hunter V. President - Steve Purvis
learning to build
Machine Shop is a class taught by
Mr. J. W. Kemper whose purpose is
both charitable and training in the
machine field. The machine shop
students collected canned goods for
a needy family at Thanksgiving.
The products made in the shop are
sold to pay for expenses for social
outings and for charitable causes.
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Advisor: J. W. Kemper
Front Row: James Hendrix, Barbara Combs, Stanley Easter, Susie Van Dyke, Eddie Springs.
Back Row: Mark Bradshaw, David Hager, Rick Rudisill, Mike Young.
Rick Rudisill, president Rodney Chance, v. president Susie Van Dyke, sec.
Barbara Combs, treas. Bob Bailey, reporter David Hager, parliamentarian
Mr. Gregory, advisor
I.C.T. VICA is a club which is designed
to develop leadership, promote high
standards and ethics in workmanship and
scholarship. This club, headed by Mr.
Gregory, develops the ability of students
to plan together, organize, and carry out
Worthy activities and projects. The mem-
bers of I.C.T. VICA help a needy family
at Thanksgiving, and are willing to help
the school at all times. All I.C.T. students
are welcome to participate in this club.
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Auto Mechanics is a class which
lets students learn the fundamentals
of auto mechanics. This class also
hopes to create an enthusiasm for
learning among the students. This
class performs sometimes like a
club as they are involved in hot rod-
ding and racing. Both Auto
Mechanics I and Auto Mechanics II
are under the advice of Mr.
'lNow this is the fan belt."
Advisor: Mr. Thompson
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"Maybe if I hide underneath here. .
Kneeling: Phil Poe, Tony Pettit, Eddie Tucker, John Layton, Ricky Furr. Standing: Mike
Farr, Kelly Fowler, Tommy Jones, Julius Davis, Gary Duncan, Eddie Hall, Vernon
Smith, Lim Williams, Jerald Law.
DE is a club for students of DE or i
Fashion Merchandising ll which
c helps to develop vocational, and
social, civic, and leadership re-
sponsibilities. Under the advice of
Mrs. Burgess and Miss' Tibshrany,
DE students took part in many ac-
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contests, attended district, state,
and national leadership confer-
qu ences, and had a candy sale.
Officers: Cseatedj George Henderson, Cheryl Davis. fstandingl
Tony Rice, Teresa Dunn, Ken Harmon, Debra Wilkes.
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Front Row: Carl Ellis, Windy Dukes, Jeff McGee, Shelli Beaver, Ken Harmon, Cheryl Davis, Debra Wilkes, Cynthia
Crawford. Second Row: Carrie Erwin, Randy Watson, Tammy Knight, Valerie Toney, Penney Montague, Wanda Horne,
Sondra Beach. Third Row: Gary Withow, Tony Rice, Teresa Dunn, Karen Ford, Kim Moffitt, Anja Alexander, Debbie
Grice, Cindy Deese. Fourth Row: Rennee Cohen, Elayne Austin, Tonya Loftin, JoAnn Lowe, Lisa Stroyce, Doris Eppley,
Penny Starnes, Tina Bethea. Fifth Row: Donald Wheeler, Shelia Thompson, Lucinda Crawford, Johnny O'Tuel, Joel
Wilson, Carolyn Miller. Sixth Row: Eric Pigford, Scott Duncan, Joyce Barringer, Verlene Hunter, Mike Watson, Melvin
Garner, George Henderson, Vanessa Sturgis, Sherrill Reid.
CEO, Cooperative Education
Occupations, is a club which has
programs and activities related to
the course of study. This club is a
carry-over of class and work for
CEO students. CEO students sold
candy and sponsored the 6'Mr. 8a
Miss Santa Contest." Near the end
of the year, CEO has a banquet
honoring those students who work
as teachers at Shamrock Elemen-
Officers: Tracy Rion, Gwen Stewart, Jeanna Alexander, Cindy Aycoth.
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Sitting: Tina Gibson, Denise Horne, Gwen Stewart, Steve Helms. Second Row:
Toni Parker, Rebecca Salem, Robin Newell, Cindy Aycoth, Tracy Rion, Jeanna
Alexander, Mrs. Huss. Third Row: Rosa Weldon, Robin Grier, Charles Mobley,
Greg Hammontree, Todd Smith, Tommy Brimhall.
CEO Students during break at F.H.A. District Rally
CHEO, Cooperative Home Eco-
nomics Occupations, is the class-
room outgrowth ofthe Home Eco-
nomics Related Occupations
H.E.R.O. provides an opportunity
for leadership and emphasizes P 13
preparation for jobs and careers in
relation to Home Economics. This
club sells candy, goes on field trips Q '
and participates in programs which
are related to their interests. Any-
one in the CHEO class is automati- E 3 3 h '
cally a member of H.E.R.O. club. 4
Front Row: Angela Harrell, Ruby Lockhart, Tim Rorie, Washington. Third Row: Ethzel Phifer, Phyllis Faulkner,
Sherry Carter, Larry Brown. Second Row: Kim Dennie, Tanisha Walker, Marier Newman, Donnie Starnes, Miss
Clara Barnes, Rosalind Easterling, Delores Brown, Deborah Ryan.
Officers: Larry Brown, Ruby Lockhart, Angela Harrell, Sherry Carter.
112 X Ecology Club!Bus Drivers W
Kneeling: Don Seriff, Betsy Beard, Mike McDaniel, Tammy Pritchard.
Standing: Marolyn Jackson, Renee Pepper, Dolores Wood, Terry Helms,
The Ecology Club did many
things this year. They held their an-
nual paper drive for several Satur-
days at the beginning of the year.
A recycling center is being built in
the corner of the tennis court park-
ing lot for the Ecology Club.
Amy Whittington, Marcus Dixon, Mr. Dixon, Kay Toms, Sandy Baker,
Bus drivers hold a greater re-
sponsibility than many of us realize.
They must transport high school,
junior high, and elementary age
students every day to and from
school. They are responsible for
every person on their buses. Bus
drivers receive a credit for driving a
bus. is '
Standing: Lula Henderson, Fred Rose, Annette Brown, Cal- Jackson, Chuck Byers, Randy Jackson, Chuck Manning,
vin Cunningham, Wihema Edwards, Walter Twitty, Natasha Sylvia Unger, Jeff Church, Mark Beckham, Scott Treadway.
Barnes, Cley Clyburn, Leroy Burham, Eric Ashley. Looking Kneeling on top of bus: Robert Smith, Denise Moffitt,
out windows: Mark Brown, Mitzi Gable, Wilbert Fergeson, Wayne Strong, Herbert Wilson.
Ricky Massey. Sitting: Susan Frye, Steve Purvis, Gar
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Is a business career in my future?
Help for the
COO, Cooperative Office Occu-
pations, was organized to help in-
terested seniors learn more about
business and business related occu-
pations. These students come to
school half a day and spend the
other half on thejob. The COO club
helps students tindjobs, learn to use
many machines with greater skill
and pick courses in school which
would be of most value on their
Front row: Sherry Horton, Joni Dunn, Carol sey, Calvin Cunningham, Angela Brown, Lula Hender-
Farnsworth, Wilhelmenia Edwards, Sandy Campbell, son, Susan Robinson, Donna Bost, Leslie Tate, Becky
Gina Helms, Debbie Jackson. Back row: Ladara Mas- Wallace.
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Future Business Leaders of
America offers Hadditional oppor-
tunities for students in business and
office education to develop voca-
tional and career supportive com-
petencies and to promote civic and
personal responsibility." Members
must be enrolled in some type of I
business course and must be a P
junior or a senior.
FBLA's first project was to raise
money to send club members to the
Southern Regional Convention in -i rr
Little Rock Arkansas
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Front Row: A. Watson, B. Wallace, C. Haslam, P. Dunn, J
Polson, J. McManus, B. Williams, E. Gill, K. Hamrick, J
Gaston, Y. Cousar, G. Eudy, C. Johns, B. Reid, R. Morris
L. 0,Leary, J. Edwards, T. Davis, D. Stameyg Second Row
M. Williams, P. Brazzle, S. Alcala, M. Gathings, L. Watt,
Tate, L. Massey, W. Edwards, F. Miller, T. Gayle,
Stokes, P. Lockhart, M. Johnson, L. Mobley, P. Pride,
Helms, S. Campbell, M. Pope, K. Pugh, D. Bledsoe,
Simmons, S. Sherron, D. Jackson, J. Luther, L. Keeter, K
Honeycutt, S. Gantt, C. Gantt, D. McGalliardg Back Row: T
Grier, M. Dawson, J. Green, M. Jordon, T. Hardee, C. Diel
S. Robinson, D. Bost, E. Crawford, J. Lassier, D. Allen, S
Clayton, T. Simmons, D. Godwin, M. Berryhill, P. Elder, S
Edge, S. Horton, C. Farnsworth, J. Dunn, D. Newell, S
Kisah, E. Graham, W. Smith, D. Williams, V. Harris.
Sitting: Kim Quick, Kelly Morgan, Chris Fowler,
Julia Luther, Karen Fultz, Beverly Stamey, Annette
Haddock, David Price. Second Row: Lissa
McKnight, Jeanine Liner, Kathy Pender, David
Frye, Dee Davis, Rita Kelly, Tracy Cheek, Marolyn
Jackson, Mark Adams. Third Row: Chris Nash, Tina
Officers: Chris Nash, Elizabeth Smith, Cathy Pender, Chris Fowler.
Above Concentration is the key. Lower Right: Advisor - Mrs. Sessions.
Lawing, Ronnie McCroskey, Chanya Harris,
Elizabeth Smith, Tina Garner, Annette Green, Jean-
nie Burch, Veneda Watkins, Kris Smith, Mrs. Ses-
sions, Debbie Bennett, Pam McGinnis. Back Row:
Ree Ree Judd, Mark Beckham, Gary Jaminez, Greg
New Faces an3
This year the Drama Club has a
new advisor, Mrs. Sessions, who
helps students interested in drama
develop their acting ability. Stu-
dents demonstrate their talents
through dramatic productions sev-
eral times during the year. On
November 18-19, they presented
the comedy, 'SThe Real Inspector
Hound," by Tony Stoppard. The
students gave a fine performance to
a receptive audience. They also
presented a musical in the spring.
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Under the direction of Mr. Bal-
lance, the students of Radio I learn
the basics of radio broadcasting.
This training provides the students
an opportunity to determine
whether to further their knowledge
of radio broadcasting in Radio ll.
During the summer, Radio stu-
dents have an opportunity to apply
acquired skills on a daily radio pro-
gram on WCGC, Station 1270. ln
addition to these summer broad-
casts, the students visit local radio
and TV stations and hold an annual
banquet with a broadcasting celeb-
rity as guest speaker.
To enter the radio broadcasting
program, interested students must
be recommended by two teachers.
These students then have an inter-
view and a reading test before being
Regina, Dawne and Kim face the challenge
Sitting: Regina Hunt, Dawne Fagan, Kim Griffin. Davison, Scott Scarbrough,Jay Hunter,JohnDav1s
Standing: Wilbert Ferguson, Jimmy Holder, Steve
Guest Speaker: John Wilson
Jay Hunter at thg Controls- II'lStI'UCtOI'I Mr. BHHHHCC
Sitting: Joane Koucouliotes, Terry Teague, Tammy Mike Cureton, Tim Stevens, Jeff Lindsey.
Pritchard. Standing: Jim Illingsworth, Mike Young,
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Sitting: Brenda Gambill, Stephanie Huntleyg Henley, Terry Wall, Billy Drakeg Back Row
Second Row: David Brooks, Mike Willis, Ricky Chris Helms, Mike Shermetta, Ken Kimball
Kidd, Jackie Chappell, Wayne Clark, Dennis Wayne Strong.
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Radio II is designed to help radio
broadcasting students expand their
knowledge in the world of com-
munications. These students con-
tribute a special service to the
school by keeping us informed each
day through the morning an-
In addition to activities similar to
those of Radio I, students produce
TV specials for WBTV and WTVI.
Radio II is also under the direc-
tion of Mr. Ballance.
Mr. Ballance points out techniques
All together on three. One, two . . .
This is Billy Drake with the morning announcements."
Rule Knoll. Pay careful attention to instructions.
Radio ll ! ll9
For the last three years Joy
Hardee has shared her talent with
Wildcat fans. During half-time at
football games, Joy performed flaw-
less routines while the band played
their feature tunes. She continually
amazed the audience with her skill
as a twirler. Joy has definitely been
a favorite feature at half-time
Two other outstanding members
of the band are Annelle Morcock
and Derek Mason. Together they
directed the band through perform-
ances. By using whistle signals, the
drum majors kept the band aware of
what they were supposed to do.
Annelle and Derek also performed
their own drill before leading the
band onto the field for half-time.
Joy Hardee, Garinger's feature twirler Annelle Morcock and Derek Mason drum majors
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Because of a decision declaring
the word lettergirl discriminatory,
the girls were forced to choose a
new name for themselves. 'gThe
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title since it showed no gender.
The positions on the squad are
still competitive and applicants are
judged on their talent, poise, ap-
pearance, and genuine desire to be a
part of the group.
The girls performed at football
games and home basketball games.
They marched in the Carousel
Parade and participated in Shrine
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The school year begins early for
the members of the marching band.
The last two weeks of summer vaca-
tion are spent learning music, drills,
and marching precision.
Members of the band must earn
their uniforms, thus earning the
right to march in the band.
This year the band accompanied
the football team to Wilmington.
Dr. Robert Maddox directed the
band with the help of student
teacher, Mr. David Yandle.
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This select group of musicians is
chosen by Dr. Maddox through au-
ditions and recommendations. Al-
though the band is for talented up-
perclassmen, some sophomores
who display exceptional musician-
ship are accepted into the band.
Concerts are given by the sym-
phonic band. The band plays at
Honors and Awards Day and at an
annual spring concert. This group
has the chance to gain performing
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in Concert Band
Concert band is a steppingstone
for sophomores who aspire to be-
come a member of the symphonic
band. ln concert band, students
spend classtime practicing and im-
proving music skills. Members of
the band are eligible for positions on
the marching band if they are de-
voted enough to work hard. Quite
often, students who have partici-
pated in concert band will advance
to symphonic and marching band.
Dr. M21ddOX, Di1'CCi0f- For the Concert band practice makes perfect
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Through a variety of performanc-
es, the orchestra students mature in
their musical abilities. The or-
chestra plays background music for
school plays as well as for the
graduation program. They take part
in a state contest where they are
judged by professional orchestra di-
rectors. Except for the string sec-
tion, many students play their in-
struments in one of the bands.
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The Executive Council meets everyday as a regular class.
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Advisor: Ms. Nan Abell
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The Executive Council plays a
very important part of student
life at Garinger.
Under the guidance of Miss
Nan Abell, the Executive Coun-
cil plans and participates in
school service activities such as
clean-up days. They also or-
ganize social activities for stu-
dents and faculty.
The Executive Council pro-
vides information to repre-
sentatives of the student council
to be spread throughout
President Charles Allen and V.
Pres. Chris Fitzsimon have really
helped in making another great
year at Garinger.
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lets you help
Under the advice of Mr. Johnson,
Red Cross had another good year of
helping the school and community
through the American Red Cross.
The Red Cross had a membership
drive with all the money going to the
youth services of the American Red
At Christmas and Easter, the Red
Cross did special projects for homes
for senior citizens and hospitals.
In the spring of the year, the Red
Cross had a blood drive which let
people help others through Red
Red Cross is open to all interested
students and it has no membership
Officers: seated - Gaye Dimmick, standing - Debbie Barkley, Lynn
Haynes, above - Leigh Haynes
"Here comes Santa Claus, here comes Santa Claus . . . "
Seated: Lynn Haynes, Sherri Greene, Melinda Martin, Leigh Haynes. Standing: Gaye
Dimmick, Kim Green, Tricia Ryan, Missy Borst, Debbie Barkley, Terry Teague, Julia
Stanley, Julie Sweet.
Advisor: Mr. J. R. Johnson
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Front row: K. Whitman, S. Elam, L. McNally, A. Nance, G. McCoy, S. Pastrana, C. Conder. Second row: R. Hall, S.
Lingle, L. Griffin, L. Reed, J. Gregory, J. Gregory, L. Marus, S. Suarz, L. Ozmore, P. Wyatt. Third row: A. Fowler, A.
Kluttz, K. Becknell, S. McCreery, R. Dyson, L. Badran, C. Brady, J. Tomancheck. Fourth row: D. Seriff, S. Higginbotham,
J. Hardee, R. Maddox, M. Moody, D. Raiff, L. Hoffman, G. Clayton, M. McLean, R. Rinck. Back row: T. Cauthen, L.
Tuner, J. Hall, J. Klyn, K. Cankin, N. Hough, M. Washington, J. Hudson, L. Junkins, L. Sides, D. Wood, D. Mason.
Trench Club just has a good time
The French Club is not a service
club. There are numerous service
clubs at Garinger therefore their
main purpose is to enjoy themselves
outside of class and promote an ,
interest in French. i
The 'ffrenchiesv have picnics, ,
ice skating and roller skating par- f
ties, and dinners spotlighting the
specialties from France. V
The only requirements are to be a
French student or a former French
student. This year's officers are
Derek Mason - president, Susan i
Higginbotham - activities chairman, y
Amy Nance - treasurer, and advisor .
Left to right: Amy Nance, Derek Mason, Susie Higginbotham.
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The Spanish Club is designed to
help students develop an apprecia-
tion for Spanish culture and en-
lighten their outlooks on Spanish
The Spanish club tried to have
some type of outing each month.
Some suggestions were eating di-
nner at Pedro's or La Fiesta as has
been done in the past.
Many students do not realize that
anyone can be in the Spanish club.
Officers: Robbie Meador, Bill Brown, Carol Pierce, Karla Belk.
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Front row: M. Alexander, R. Meador, C. Pierce, L. Coello, B. Brown, S. Allen, P. Heatherly, C. Buckley, K. Fultz, C.
Poplin, T. Newton, T. Kuck, B. Jones. Second row: K. Kiser, D. Joyner, G. Pourlos, R. Ashford, S. Gantt, A. Spainhour, T.
Heatherly, S. Helms, M. llsley, S. Green, P. Porter, E. Fowler, D. Williams, P. Easterling, J. Core, L. Bolt, S. Dillard. Third
row: A. Porter, P. Alexander, D. Herron, K. Belk, P. Todd, C. Davis, M. Wike, B. Killough, T. Hinson, B. Bacot, M. Cox,
K. Bobay, Ms. Hanna, C. Dellinger, W. Mumford, P. McGinnis, V. Watkins, S. Brown.
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Front row: Susan Webb, Janet Woodson, Lynda Pate, Mari-
lyn Gathings, Pee Wee Economos, Laura Brazzell, Julie
Stemple. Second row: Amy Fowler, Karen Hastings, Debbie
Earnhardt, Susan Southerland, Anne Crockford, Linda Re-
nfrow. Back row: Stacey Edelman, Dana Kluttz, Leigh
Haynes, Terry Teague, Mrs. Covington.
President Stacey Edelman welcomes applicants.
"I Want to be an ADELPHIANV' Officers: Pres. Stacey Edelman, V. Pres. Sharon Cagle, Treas. Jeanne Tomanchek, Sec.
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Mascots: Scotty Parrott and Ferd Sosa
Front row: Judy Allen, Sharon Cagle, Gaye Dimmick,
Sondra Beach, Crystal Mobley, Betsy Valentine. Second
row: Ansley Goodrum, Sandra Forsyth, Traci Williams,
Lynn Haynes, Melissa Goins, Dominique McClain, Marie
applicants a hard
time at tea
The Adelphians, a club for
sophomore girls, had another excit-
ing year of community and school
This year the Adelphians served
the community by giving a Hallo-
ween party for the elderly, giving
mental patients Christmas gifts,
making centerpieces for a Christ-
mas party for the elderly, and also
Walking in the Walkathon.
The Adelphians did a lot for
Garinger such as selling candy and
selling programs at home football
A games. On Valentine's Day they
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C Carnations to the girls of their
choice. The Adelphians also served
at many school functions.
This year's mascots were Ferd
Sosa and Scotty Parrott.
Holmes. Third row: Cindy Richie, Michelle Armstrong,
Karen Pearce, Dipti Pandey, Kris Smith, Betsy Beard, Cathy
Tan, Mrs. Boyd. Back row: Kim Griffin, Jeanne Tomanchek,
Donna Young, Lisa Darling, Dolores Wood, Dawn Plott.
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The Bible II class is open to all
students who have completed a
semester of Bible I and desire to go
on with more study of the Bible.
The members of the class have a
real love for God and each other and
the sincere desire to be of use to
Him. This group is fortunate to have
Miss Janet Robinson for a teacher.
She is one ofthe best examples of
what she teaches.
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"Under the Willow Tree" meas-
ures its success as a literary maga-
zine on the student bodyis re-
sponse. Since it is a nonprofit or-
ganization, the money to publish
"Under the Willow Tree" must
come from students.
Along with the need for subscrib-
ers is the need for submitters. Stu-
dents are encouraged to share their
talent whether it is by writing or
Front row: Stacy McCullough, Linda Shiffler, Amy Rumph, Susie Johnson, Janice
Parker, Second row: Rusty Fowler, Randy Berryhill, Ivory Smith, Berette Garner,
Japana Frazier, Terry Parker, Third row: Jeff Bagley, Debbie Barkley, Mary
Buckley, Beth Finger, Cheri Wooten, Miss Robinson, Beth Moss, Faye Mitchell,
Fourth row: George Henderson, Tim Atkinson, Jerry Leach, Benjie Linker, Bob
Hughes, Chuck Joyner, Tommy Jones.
Officers: Amy Rumph, Debbie Barkley, Tim Atkinson, Stacy McCullough.
Front row: Robbie Maddox, Lisa Washburn - Editor, Mary Moss - Business
Manager, Lisa Springer, Leta Lane, Joy Long, Tina Lawing, Ann Putnam, Second
row: Alice Hinson, Susie Teague, Jeannie Maynard, John Kyln, Joy Hardee, Mary
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Office assistants rank high among
the students at Garinger. They rep-
resent the minority of students who
will spend time doing work for
which they receive no credit. The
assistants perform the routine
chores in the office. These students
deserve a lot of praise for the many
jobs they do on a daily basis.
Front row, Bett Little, Willie Ruth Mason, Terri Smith, Donna Young, Lori
McClain, David Frye, Lee Ann Keeter. Back row1Marolyn Jackson, Julia Luther,
Mark Smith, Kevin Foster, Bill Little, Tammy Cranfill, Bill Pinnell.
Annette Hardock writes a message down. Mrs. Lefler - Main
First row' Ellen Chin Lula Henderson Carolyn Johnson Cheryl Cody Sharon Alexander Gwen Frazier. Second row
David Lamb Melinda Johnson Glen Clyburn Marolyn Jackson Annette Hardock Karen Burke. Third row' Julius Davis
Bill Pinnell Kevin Foster Terri Smith Donna Young. Fourth row' Julia Luther Tammy Moser
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Front row: Mark Adams, Andy Rumph, Marcus Dixon, Shawn Jensen.
Second row: Tony Powers, Debbie Willis, Tammy Jones, Mike Powers.
Third row: Debra Gibbs, Anita Grier, Kay Toms. Fourth row: Sharon
Beatty, Cindy Edwards, Clara Barnes. Fifth row: Sheila Williams,
Betty Gardner, Linda Nelson, Dell Brookes.
are Eager to Help
Garinger is lucky to have devoted
aides, volunteers who will clean up
after the rest of the student body has
left the books out of place or maga-
zines on the tables. Library aides do
all the tasks which keep the library
in order. Being an aide involves
more than just stamping books and
checking passes. These students
must know where all the books are
located and how to use the card
catalog. Library aides make the li-
brary a better place for all students.
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Mike Price checks the date on a book.
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The Garinger Wildcat football team finished a less
than successful season with a final game loss to Play-off
bound East Mecklenburg. Their 4-6 record does not
truly indicate the true talent of the team. With a few
breaks going their way, they could have been one ofthe
top teams in the city. The Wildcats got off to a super
start winning their first three games over New
Hanover, Harding, and Independence. Quarterbacks
David Brooks and Ken Carpenter split time directing
the Wildcat offense which featured Larry Brown, who
despite playing with injuries, rushed for 875 yards.
Balancing out the running attack was Barry Seate be-
hind a fine, but young offensive line. Defense was the
big story for the Wildcats this year as they had the best
in the city. Leading this rugged defense were All
County performers Charles Allen and Tommy
Brimhall. The defense came through all year long,
grinding some of the most potent offenses in the county
to a halt. The Wildcats had first team All County
CNews, Observerj performers in Allen and Brimhall on
defense and two offensive players on the second team,
Larry Brown CNews, Observerj and junior Donnie
Belch tObserverJ. Brown was also selected to play on
the N.C. Shrine Bowl Team. With many talented
juniors returning and a promising JV team to back them
up, Head Coach Jim Holland and the Wildcat staff
should expect the Cats to have a fine season next year.
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for a big gain. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP RIGHT: Larry Brown
looks for an opening in the line. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM
RIGHT: Quarterback David Brooks fires to a receiver
downfield. TOP LEFT: Cat defense converges on Myers Park
running back. MIDDLE LEFT: Brooks hands off to Seate up
the Middle. BOTTOM LEFT: Brown takes the pitchout on the
sweep. TOP RIGHT: Leon Grier takes pitch from quarterback
Ken Carpenter. ABOVE: Cat line opens up a hole for Larry
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the ground. ABOVE: Quarterback Ken Carpenter
barks out signals. LEFT: Breakaway threat Larry
Brown receives a kickoff.
LEFT: Head Coach Jim Holland
confers with linebacker Tommy
Brimhall, BELOW: Wildcat
efense poised for action
FIRST ROW: Eddie Karam, Cedric Jones, Wayne Strong,
Richard Gladden, Bob White, Tim Feeney, Ricky Gibson,
Mark Hudspeth, Glenn Pyatt, Tim Lewis, John Teague,
Craig Hardin, Roger Howard, Greg Hammontree, Steve Be-
nge. SECOND ROW: Tim Eubanks, Tommy Brimhall, Ken
Carpenter, Alton Kunkle, Ken Holmes, Danny McConnell,
Chris Miller, Buzz Bacot, Grady Walker, Dale Aarsund,
Chris Kuck, Robert Coleman, Larry Brown, Mike Winstead,
Richard Riley, David Brooks, Scott Hoffman, Mike Feeney,
Manager. BACK ROW: Charles Allen, Phillip Kinard, Jeff
Rogers, Curtis Wardlaw, Kevin McDaniels, Bucky Tarleton,
Scott Clayton, Jimmy Holder, Phil Woods, Vondell Carth-
ran, Kevin Holmes, Johnnie Westmoreland, Donny Belch,
Brian Goans, Walter Twitty, Joey Cude, Barry Seate, Ben
McKinney, Sam Beach, Manager.
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,7V's Post 7-3
The 1977 Junior Varsity football team had a good
season compiling a fine record of 7-3. Under Head
Coach Bob Godwin, the Wildkittens displayed their
explosive offense. Quarterback Greg Karam and end
Mark Hanline made the passing game exciting.
When the Kittens didn't go to the air their running
backs Gene Dunn and Mike Robinson led a ground
attack which baffled their opponents. The Junior
Varsity defense was one of the hardest hitting in the
city. Led by Butch Baker, Willie Mingo, and Jimmy
Core, the Kittenis defense held their opponents to an
average of six points a game. Although coming from
different schools, the Jayvees adjusted quickly to
Garinger and played well together.
TOP RIGHT: George Austin intercepts a West Charlotte
pass. MIDDLE RIGHT: Cats' offensive line blocks for
Karam. LOWER RIGHT: Ricky Coulson makes the
tackle. ABOVE: Greg Karam drops back to pass
146 X J.V. Football
LEFT: Sam Fleming runs the ball behind blockers. BELOW:
George Austin takes handoff on the reverse from Gene Dunn
FIRST ROW: William Johnson, Randy Stegall, Walter Ken Crowder. THIRD ROW: Herbert Perry, Melvin
Floyd, Eric Shoemaker, Sam Fleming, Howard Little, Blackman, Robert Broadwell, Mark Hanline, Ricky
George Austin, Greg Karam. SECOND ROW: Kent Coulson, Willie Mingo, Gene Dunn, Jimmy Core,
Long, Gerald Green, George Pourlos, Reggie Cox, Wil- Butch Baker, Alfred Hart, Richard Heaton.
lie Coleman, Jackie Black, Tony Bonds, Tim Brown,
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The Garinger Wildcat soccer team surprised
everyone this year, compiling a winning 14-6 overall
record. In preseason predictions the amazing Cats were
counted out of the conference race, but when the dust
had settled, GHS was sitting on top. When it counted
most, the squad reeled off six consecutive victories
down the stretch. Included were big wins over second
and third-place finishers West Mecklenburg and Myers
Park, respectively. In a match for the city crown, the
Cats defeated rival East Mecklenburg, sending them
into the State Playoffs. Against Greensboro Page, the
squad dropped a fiercely played game in which the Cats
roared back from 2-0 and 3-1 deficits to send the game
into sudden-death overtime. However, the Wildcat
season was suddenly ended when a Page shot found its
mark in the Wildcat goal. Leading the Wildcats were All
County selections Fernando Sosa, Wayne Clark, Keith
Medlin, and Rusty Washam. On offense, GHS relied
heavily on Sosa and Clark. Sosa scored a league record
42 goals and Clark's assists sparked many a Wildcat
rally. Defensively, halfbacks Mike Loukas, Jeff Ram-
sey, and Eddie Fowler picked up the slack. In the net
was goalie Mike Horan who recorded an amazing 8
shutouts. The Wildcat defense allowed only 31 goals all
year, whereas their potent offense scored 82. Garinger
is now a league power in high school soccer, so next
year they'll be the team to beat.
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OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: John Sutton looks to pass to
Fernando Sosa. OPPOSITE PAGE. BOTTOM: Rusty
Washam slows down to take a breather. LEFT: Wayne
Clark and John Sutton double-team an opponent.
BELOW: Fullback Eddie Fowler displays a sticky
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ROW: Roger Taymer, Mike Loukas, Rusty
Washam, Waldney Angelo, Johnny Olivera.
Ronny Hardman, Wayne Clark, Scotty Parrot.
Jeff Ramsey, Fernando Sosa. Eddie Fowler.
SECOND ROW: Donald Oakley. Jim Willin-
gham. Steve Peralta. Donald Stevens. Bobby
Washam, John Sutton. Glenn Ball. Danny
Hathaway, Tommy Parrot, Paul Elder. THIRD
ROW: Coach Jim Carroll. Managers David
Thomas and Kelly Morgan. Jeff Robertson.
Steve Perrill. Billy Fortner. Jeff Kirkpatrick,
D. J. Karnazes, Keith Medlin. Jimmy Cook.
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ABOVE: Wayne Clark makes
a sliding steal. TOP RIGHT:
Bobby Washam and Scotty
Parrott get set to head the ball.
RIGHT: Fernando Sosa
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LEFT: Rusty Washam sets up to
play defense. BOTTOM LEFT:
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too late. BELOW: Wayne Clark
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Cjirls Volleyball Ueam
The Girls Volleyball team had a very impressive
season this year with a 12-2 record. Under the lead-
ership of Coach Joyce Hunter the spikers began their
season with seven straight wins before their lirst loss
to East Mecklenburg by the score of 2-0. They came
back from their loss to win tive more games to end
the regular season. Garinger was defeated by Hard-
ing in the first game of the tournament which ended
their hopes of a State Championship. For their out-
standing play during the season Tammy Hardee and
Tammie Kiser were named to the All Conference
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TOP RIGHT: Tammy Hardee sets it up. ABOVE: Macie
Alexander taps it over. BOTTOM RIGHT: Cathy Owen
ready for the return.
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FRONT ROW: Tina McSwain, Dominique Macie Alexander, Annelle Morcock, Susan
McClain, Cathy Owen, Tammie Kiser, Kim Frye, Coach Joyce Hunter, Carol Pierce,
Griffin, Gaye Dimmick. BACK ROW: Rob- Manager.
bie Meador, Manager, Tammy Hardee,
spikes another one. LOWER LEFT:
Tammie Kiser gets ready for the point.
BELOW: Annelle Morcock returns
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The Garinger Cross Country team finished a disap-
pointing season this year winning only one meet against
Harding. However this was not the fault of Coach Joe
White or any of the team members. White, in his first
year of coaching Cross Country, had a poor tumout for
the team's tryouts, with the team at times barely being
able to find the necessary five runners to compete.
Leading the team were senior Rusty Kissiah and
sophomore Byron Jackson. Jackson had the best time
in the city this year for a sophomore, posting a time of
16 minutes and 23 seconds over a three-mile course. He
also finished 18th out of 120 runners in the conference
meet. With the fine underclassmen returning next year
the Harriers should be able to compete against anyone
in the conference.
ABOVE: Excellent running form displayed by Rusty
Kissiah. TOP RIGHT: Cross Country men Bryon Walker
and Boyd Krider turn down home stretch. MIDDLE
RIGHT: Rusty Kissiah and Bryon Walker take the lead.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Mike Calhoun leads the pack.
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FRONT ROW: Boyd Krider, Bryon Walker. BACK ROW:
Coach Joe White,
Marcus Dixon, Byron Jackson, Rusty Kissiah.
LEFT: Bryon Walker cuts on the speed. BELOW: Boyd
Krider struggles to keep up with the pace. BOTTOM
RIGHT: 'Byron Jackson in hot pursuit.
Cross Country X 155
156 X Girls Tennis
FIRST ROW: Kristina Smith, Juanita Mar- Davis, Susie Fisher, Tammy Davis, Neena
rin, Ann Saadah, Cindy Deal. SECOND Lindsey, Beth Chastain, Ginger Land,
ROW: Lynda Smith, Terry Teague, Robin SUSEIHI16 Ray.
Netters Have Hough Season
The 1977 Garinger Girl's Tennis Team struggled
through a tough year. Their record was 1-8, their only
win coming against Independence. Under new coach
Beth Summers, The Netters showed great determina-
tion but couldn't overtake their opponents. The team
was led by top seeded Cindy Deal and second seeded
Juanita Martin. Throughout the year the Netters gave
their all and kept their spirits high. The netter's biggest
problem was their lack of experience. Although the top
three people on the team were seniors, the Netters still
had an abundance of juniors and sophomores. With
fourth seeded Susanne Ray, sixth seeded Heather
Smith, and many other returning juniors and sopho-
mores, the Netters should be a contender next year.
OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: Heather Smith serves the ball.
OPPOSITE PAGE, RIGHT: Juanita Martin stretches to serve.
TOP RIGHT: Cindy Deal displays good form on her forehand.
MIDDLE RIGHT: Susanne Ray takes aim on the ball.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Lynda Smith shows determination.
ABOVE: Neena Lindsey concentrates on backhand.
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FRONT ROW: Cheerleaders Annette Brown and li-?1mS, Eddie Fowler, J0hI1HiC HUFL Frank J0h11S011,
Joni Dunn, Albert Kelly, Micah Lee, Fred Coleman, Mark McDuffie, Buzz Bacot, Ken Carpenter, Calvin
James Holland, Chris Fitzsimon, cheerleaders Janet LHHCE1SI6T,Vil'lH Davis, cheerleader Cynthia McCul-
Hayes and Stacy McCullough. SECOND ROW: lough.
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Boys Varsity Basketball squad ended the 1977-1978
season with eleven wins against thirteen losses. The
Wildcats started fast, jumping to a 5-1 conference rec-
ord. However, a loss to winless West Mecklenburg
shattered the squad's confidence and the Cats dropped
four of their next five games. The team kept fighting,
though, and consecutive wins over South and Olympic
enabled the Cats to finish only one game out of fourth
place. After defeating defending conference champion
South Mecklenburg twice during the regular season,
The Wildcats fell to them in the first round of the
playoffs. The Cats were led by senior guards James
Holland CSecond Team, All Countyj, Chris Fitzsimon
CHonorable Mentionj, and Micah Lee, all of whom
directed the Wildcat attack. Sophomore forwards
Frank Johnson and Gene Dunn, along with senior Al-
bert Kelly gave the Cats one of the best front lines in the
county. Center Fred Coleman teamed with Kelly for a
powerful one-two scoring punch before he was de-
clared ineligible. With the loss of four starters to gradu-
ation, it appears next season's squad will be young.
However, you can bet Coach Rollie Sumwalt's team
will have their engines tuned for next year's race to the
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Coach Sumwalt and Cats discuss
Boys Varsity Basketball X 161
Season 3 - 17
The Junior Varsity Basketball team struggled
through a tough season in 1977-,78. Under new head
coach Bob Jacobs, the Wildkittens edged out a record
of 3-17. The J.V. team was led by Gene Dunn who
averaged 22 points a game before he moved up to play
on the varsity squad. Dunn, along with Stanley Faulk-
ner, led the team with excellent shooting and fine de-
fensive play. Their quick moves and good ball handling
led a powerful offense. The Wildkittens also received
excellent play from Jackie Black and Bobby Turner.
ABOVE RIGHT: Wildcat
fights for loose ball.
FIRST ROW: Chris Porter Gene Dunn Lane Edwards Stanley Faulkner Larry
Jeff Dunn. SECOND ROW Len Fagan Jones Brian Parks Jackie Black
162 I J .V. Boys Basketball
ABOVE LEFT: Stanley Faulkner muscles a shot. ABOVE
RIGHT: Bobby Turner blocks shot. LEFT: Gene Dunn tires
one up from the top ofthe key. ABOVE: Head Couch Jacobs
gives instructions during time out.
J,V. Boys Basketball I 163
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U0 Next year
Garinger' s Girls's Varsity Team struggled through an
extremely tough season. Despite their hard efforts and
hustle, the Lady 'Cats failed to post a victory. Head
Coach Elizabeth Throneburg's squad was plagued by a
lack of experience and depth. Leading the attack was
Tammy Hardee, who was one of the best performers in
the county. She was assisted by senior Donna Levins,
and junior Karen Harding. With the addition of players
from the Junior Varsity Girls and three returning star-
ters, the Lady 'Cats should have a lot to say about who
wins the league championship next year.
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LEFT: Tammy Hardee drives for a shot. TOP RIGHT
Dominique McClain dribbles around opponent. ABOVE
ammy Hardee looks to pass the ball.
LEFT: Tammy Hardee fires up a jump shot from the corner
RIGHT: Lynn Gulledge looks for an open teammate.
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FRONT ROW: Curtina Allen, Dominique Ivey, Tammy Hardee, Sheryl Boulware,
McClain, Carol Deese, Carol Johnson, Karen Harding, Adrienne Latimer, Head
Lynn Gulledge. BACK ROW: Michelle Cgach Elizabeth Throneburg.
Armstrong, Manager, Donna Levins, Pam
Girls Varsity Basketball I 165
Wilakiffens Post Tour
victories In Fmt year
In their first year of J.V. competition the Lady
Wildkittens pawed their way to a 4-14 record. Their
record does not indicate how close many of the games
were with many of them decided by less than tive
points. The team was led by juniors Linda Renfrow and
Lynn Eudy and sophomores Gina Clayton and Kim
Purser. With a great deal of help coming from their
bench, the team was a tough opponent for anybody to
defeat. With the addition ofthese fine girls to the varsity
next year, Garinger could improve greatly upon this
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BACK ROW: Tammy Winecoff,
Cookie Ezell, Angela Bogans,
Gina Clayton, Kim Purser,
Coach Tom Shepherd. FRONT
TOP RIGHT: Angela Bogans
puts up a shot. ABOVE: Team
huddles to discuss game plan.
166 ! Girls J.V. Basketball
ROW: Donna Watts, Lora
Moore, Linda Renfrow, Tricia
Ryan, Patricia Harris, Lynn
BOTTOM LEFT: Gina Clayton and Patricia Harris cut off East player.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Angela Bogansjumps center. TOP LEFT: Lynn Eudy
dribbles past East defender. TOP RIGHT: Linda Renfrow stops opposing
Girls J.V. Basketball ! 167
C1 H S Wrestlers Suffer
from Back ryf Depth
The Wildcat wrestlers, who finished with a final rec-
ord of 2-9, ran into some tough competition this year.
Many of the Wildcat defeats could possibly have been
victories, had each weight class been filled. However,
under the eyes of coaches Jim Carroll, Clay Barnes, and
Allen Frailey, the squad showed tremendous courage in
battling through an early season string of defeats. The
grapplers turned things around with a rousing victory
over West Mecklenburg midway through the season.
Only two matches later, the Wildcats scratched and
clawed their way to a big win at Harding. In the section-
als, a total of six GHS wrestlers advanced to the second
round, where all but Anthony Bonasera were defeated
in hard-fought matches. Bonasera advanced to the fi-
nals, where he finished an impressive 2nd among over
fifteen other wrestlers. Wrestling in the lower weight
classes were Eddie Hall 11121, Chuck Joyner 11191,
Bonasera 11261, Bob Francis 11321, and Ned Ritchie
11381. In the heavier classes were Donnie Love 11451,
Charles Davis 11551, Tim Lewis 11671, Joe Ervin 11851,
and heavyweight Willie Mingo.
FRONT ROWZ Eddie Hall, Chuck JOYUCT Mmgo Joe Ervin Tim Lewis Charles Davis
MIDDLE ROW: Tony Bonasera Bob Francis Dgnmg Love
Ned Ritchie, John Swain. BACK ROW Willie
168 X Wrestling
OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Tony Bonasera covers
opponent. OPPOSITE PAGE, MIDDLE: Assistant
Coach Clay Barnes. OPPOSITE PAGE, FAR
LEFT: Head Coach Jim Carroll watches the match
closely. TOP LEFT: Chuck Joyner twists out of
opponent's grasp. MIDDLE: Tony Bonasera
loosens his opponent's grip. BOTTOM LEFT: Tony
Bonasera upends opponent. BELOW: Teammates
comfort Bob Francis after a defeat. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Tony Bonasera awaits referee's signal.
Wrestling X 169
'77 Baseball Squaa Rulea
Out Of State Playaff
Garinger's 1977 baseball team endured a season of real ups
and downs. The squad was undoubtedly one of the top teams
in the state, but because of a controversial infraction of a high
school eligibility rule, the Wildcats became ineligible for the
state playoffs. The unfortunate Cats jumped off to a tremen-
dous 15-1 record before learning they would have to forfeit
their first eleven games and be held out of the playoffs.
Principal Richard Cansler, Athletic Director Bob Godwin,
and Head Coach Joe Tomanchek were not aware of the
infraction until late in the season, when it was learned that
one of the players did not live with his parents. Thus the
three, along with Simon Terrell Cdirector of the NCHSAAJ
decided that the rules must be enforced to the letter.
Despite the devastating blow, the gutty Cats finished the
season with an overall record of 18-1, not including the for-
feited games. The Wildcats were led by fireballers Brick and
Scooter Smith, along with shortstop Bryan Little and cen-
terfielder Charles Biddle. The Wildcat defense played almost
errorless ball throughout the season, which made for some
exciting plays. Of course, their potent offense also deserves
praise. Even after becoming ineligible for the playoffs, the
squad continued to put on an awesome display of hitting.
While Brick Smith, "Tree" Owens, and Biddle provided the
power, Little, Larry Brown, Scooter Smith, and catcher Jeff
Hamrick stroked out the singles.
Despite the heartbreaking decision, each one of the players
and GHS students all know who the real State Champs were!
ABOVE RIGHT: Pitching ace Brick Smith. RIGHT: Bryan Little
lays down a bunt.
LEFT: Catcher Jeff Hamrick. RIGHT: Slugging first
, J h baseman Frank Owens.
FRONT ROW: Bryan Little, Charles Biddle, Jeff Hamrick, Brown. THIRD ROW: Head Coach Joe Tomanchek, Ben
Brick Smith, Frank Owens, Chip Helms, Bill Binkley. SEC- Lowder, Steve Helms, Mark Davidson, Joey Cude, David
OND ROW: Coach Fast, Joey Blythe, Bobby Lawhon, Van Gaddy, Bob Walker, Coach Jim Edwards.
Smith, Scott King, Chris Miller, Scooter Smith, Larry
Squad Feels U his
Is U he Hear
Just as in past years, the 1978 Garinger Baseball
squad looks to be a county powerhouse. In perhaps the
strongest league in the state, the Cats are seen as favor-
ites in preseason forecasts. However, Myers Park and
East are also expected to be contenders for the city
title. Last year's unfortunate incident involving the for-
feiture of participation in the State Tournament, as well
as eleven games, may well serve as extra incentive for
the Cats. Many of the players on that squad have re-
turned with hopes that nothing will stop them this year.
Pitching ace Scooter Smith and Second Baseman Larry
Brown will lead the Cats this year. Smith, a top hitter as
well as one of the best pitchers in the league heads a
mound crew which includes Bob Walker and Joey
Cude Brown a three year starter at second base will
be the hub of a sticky defense With a strong bench also
contributing the Wildcats look tough to beat It
wouldn t surprise many experts to see the Cats grab the
State Crown a crown which has only narrowly eluded
the squad the past two years
TOP RIGHT: Steve Helms awaits practice. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Joey Cude pitches batting practice.
172 X Baseball
TOP LEFT: Pitching ace Scooter
Smith warms up. ABOVE: Second
Baseman Larry Brown takes
batting practice. LEFT: The squad
waits for practice to begin.
Varsity Baseball f 173
174 I Baseball
TOP RIGHT: Steve Helms takes a few practice swings.
OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Chris Miller lets one rip. LEFT:
Eric Shoemaker behind the plate. ABOVE: Pitcher Joey Cude
works on his follow-through.
Baseball f 175
Expects Qood year
This year s edition of Boys Track has the potential to
be one of the better teams in recent memory at
Garinger. Although the Cindermen will encounter some
tough competition from East Mecklenburg and Inde-
pendence Head Coach Joe White feels that the team
will do very well. Even though the team is young
this. Leading the squad will be returners Mike Calhoun
Charles Allen andjunior Donnie Belch who posted one
of the best 880 times in the state last year as a sopho-
more. Also newcomers Leon Grier Kenneth Crowder
and Byron Jackson are expected to help the team out.
With all of this talent and more the Wildcats could be
one of the top track teams in the county this year.
Coach White feels the talent of his squad will overcome
176 1 Boys Track
OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Leon Grier and Mike Calhoun go
over the hurdles. LEFT: Greg Hammontree displays his form in
the pole vault. TOP RIGHT: Mike Calhoun shows good form in
getting out of the starting blocks. ABOVE: Determined broad
jumper Kenneth Sumpter leaps forward.
FIRST ROW: Sam Fleming, Kenneth Crowder, Cedric Jones, Byron Jackson, David Horne, Greg
Hammontree. SECOND ROW: Jerry Clinkscales, Richard Gladden, Grady Walker, Leon Grier, Rusty
Kissiah, Herbert Perry, Sam Beach, Bobby Campbell, Tim Lewis. THIRD ROW: Head Coach Joe
White, Darryl White, Kenneth Sumpter, Mike Calhoun, Jim Fullam, David Beaver, Mike Rodriquez,
Charles Allen, Len Fagan, Wayne Strong, Coach Gary Benson.
Boys Track X 177
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C7 o New Season
The 1977-'78 Girl's Track Team is looking forward to
a very good year. Under Head Coach Reed Hilderbrand
and Assistant Coach Jan Hall, the team should pile up
many wins. The captains of the team are senior Tammie
Kiser and Latahnya Watt. Kiser's main run will be the
880 and Watt's will be the 220. The team is also counting
on outstanding performances from1Dominque McClain,
Cookie Ezell, Julie Combs, Curtina Allen and Sandra
Alexander. Coach Hilderbrand feels that he has a fine
team, but should run up against tough competition
against Myers Park and South Mecklenburg. The team
is fairly experienced and should not run into some of the
difficulties of a younger team.
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Amy Fowler, Kim Becknell, Mary Mullen
Cookie Ezell, Julie Combs, Lisa Newell.
OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: Lisa Newell and Amy Fowler
making their last lap. UPPER LEFT: Tammie Kiser leads the
pack. TOP RIGHT: Captains Latahnya Watt and Tammie Kiser
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Year after year, the GHS Golf Team finishes among
the top teams in the city. With the return of over half of
last year's squad, the 1978 team looks to be no excep-
tion. Headed by seniors Bimmie Wallace and Jeff Ram-
sey, along with juniors Bobby Washam, Jeff
Thompson, and Lance Ripley, the team hopes to chal-
lenge Myers Park for the top spot in the conference.
Coach Bob Godwinls squad, with the majority of its
matches to be played at Sunset Hills GC, opens its
schedule against Harding on March 13. The optimistic
Cats feel that with a victory there, they can keep the ball
rolling right on into the State Tournament at Chapel
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green. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP
RIGHT: Chip Busker swings for
the fairway. OPPOSITE PAGE,
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Washam, using excellent form,
prepares to hit theball.
OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM
RIGHT: Jeff Ramsey displays
his fine sportsmanship. ABOVE
RIGHT: Rusty Washam lines up
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The 1978 Netters show great determination Al
though they are not too experienced the team always
works hard during practice Leading the team will be
semors Donme Davis and Bob Francis Juniors Scott
Cadmus and Tom Ross should also be team leaders
season Coach Hunter says that her team s biggest prob
lem is the lack of experience but because of their hard
work in practice they will give their opponents tough
Coach Joyce Hunter feels that they will have an average
OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP LEFT: Tom Ross stretches to
return the ball. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP RIGHT: Scott
Crump makes a good effort as teammate watches. TOP
RIGHT: Good form on forehand is displayed by Keith
Medlin. ABOVE: Bob Francis displays followthrough
RIGHT: Keith O'Leary returns opponent's serve.
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O'Leary, Scott Crump, Keith Medlin, Kim Tarleton,
manager. SECOND ROW: John Bragg, Bobbie
Slacom, Eddie Crawford, Bob Francis, Tom Ross,
Ricky Brown, Coach Joyce Hunter.
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184 f Cheerleaders
Garinger High School has always had a
tradition of sporting extremely active and
spirited cheerleaders. Cheerleading is
one sport which is rarely overlooked.
Who else can stir the emotions like cheer-
leaders and pom-pom girls? Wildcat stu-
dents are appreciative to the GHS cheer-
leaders this year. The squad continually
kept the student body involved in school
athletics. Sponsoring competitions be-
tween clubs and selling Wildcat T-shirts
were just a few of the projects the squad
undertook. The 1977-78 cheerleaders
were Head Sheila Williams, Cynthia
McCullough, Stacy McCullough, Kim
Becknell, Janet Hayes, Annette Brown,
Joni Dunn, Melodie Richardson, and
Tracy Rion. Advisors were Mrs. Bennett
and Ms. Throneburg. Practicing an aver-
age of twice a week, the squad acquired
imaginative stunts and routines. Their
hard work paid off each time the packed
stands stood and cheered along with
them. The school spirit of '77 and '78 was
as strong as ever, and most of it was the
work of the Wildcat cheerleaders!
Sheila Williams - Head
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The 1977-78 Junior Varsity Cheerleaders did a great
job to stir up emotions at the J .V. football and basket-
The '77-'78 J.V. cheerleaders were Sandra King,
head, Phyllis Winchester, Tonya Capehart, Kelly
Kiser, Tina Suddreth, Lisa Alcala, and Sabrina Cun-
ningham. They were advised by Ms. Debbie Wilson.
The cheerleaders were chosen from about 26 other
sophomore girls who tried out last fall.
The cheerleaders worked hard during practice to
make sure that they had their routine down pat.
The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders added spirit to the
J .V. games and hope to do the same for the varsity next
Sandra King, Head
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Kelly Kiser. THIRD COLUMN: Tina Suddreth, Phyllis Winchester.
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athletes. Selected by the head coach of their respective sports, each of these seniors
have displayed character, leadership, and spirit on and off the field. They are as
follows: TOP LEFT: Charles Allen, Football, TOP RIGHT: Tammie Kiser, Vol-
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Thomas Andrew Fleming
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Mary Catherine Head
William Christopher Helms
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Laurie Ruth Rodgers
Richard Franklin Rudisill
Laura Louise Sanders
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Donald Raye Shine
Michael Leonard Shermetta
Eric Thompson Shirkey
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Sheila Renee Sherron Linda Jean Shiffler
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James Alexander Shaw
Barbara Ann Shine
Amelia Alta Smith
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Jo Ann Matthews
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Bill Liebler, living it up.
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cle racing. He participates in the Amateur level
of the American Motorcycle Contests
throughout North and South Carolina. For the
past two years he has been racing through rain,
mud, and even snow. He has taken top place
248 f Lifestyles
Dominique McClain is Miss Teenage North Carolina.
Dominique spent a week in Miami where she competed with
girls from all the states for the title of Miss Teenage America.
Qualifications for Miss Teenage North Carolina included
acceptable appearance, good grades, completion of an essay
on life ambitions, and involvement in community and school
Pat Jourdan, Dell Brooks, and Karen Pearce
Dell Brooks, Pat Jourdan, and Karen Pearce now help teach beginners. Their dance company
spend much of their time dancing. For several gives performances for private schools and char-
years they have taken lessons in tap, jazz, ball- ity grOUpS.
room, ballet, and modern dance. These students
Garinger's Larry Brown was chosen to play in the
North Carolina Shrine Bowl. He started the game as
the kickoff and punt return specialist. Larry contrib-
uted to several big plays and scored a North Carolina
touchdown. In 1976 he was chosen for the first team
All-County tailback. In 1977 Larry made second
team All-County tailback. Larry will be remembered
for the reputation he helped bring to Garinger foot-
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Todd Smith, a senior, has been an assistant
baseball coach for a Pony League team for the past
two years. The team consisting of thirteen and
fourteen-year old boys has Won the League Champi-
onship both years. Todd helps his older brother with
250 f Lifestyles
A group of Garinger's top music students
performs with the Youth Symphony of the
Carolinas. These talented students must audi-
tion each year to become part of the Symphony
which has members ranging in age from 13 to
21. Some members receive special music study
scholarships. The Garinger students are Jeff
Bernard, Derek Mason, Kevin Stetler, Scott
Cadmus, Mary Lou Matsik, Susan Higgin-
botham, Lillian Coello, and Lynn Cadmus. Dr.
R. Maddox conducts the Youth Symphony.
Five Garinger students are involved in a special
group called Sounds of America. They are Chuck
Gardner, guitarist Jeff Harris, Betsy Beard, Bobby
Cable, and Amy Lippard. Sounds of America is a
religious and patriotic music group in which the stu-
dents arrange their own music and choreography.
They perform on such occasions as the Festival in
the Park and summer tours.
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Mike Horan, Lisa Newell, Tina Garner, Gwen Dailey.
The Charlotte Oratorio Singers is a group ofsixty-five students selected
from ten high schools. Six Garinger students were chosen after auditions.
Mike Horan, Lisa Newell, Tina Garner, Gwen Dailey, Jeanette Hudson,
and Amy Lippard are members of the group. The Singers perform classical
music, sometimes in Latin. The youth are sponsored by the adult group of
the Charlotte Oratorio Singers.
For the past eight years Wendi Weaver has been riding and showing
horses. She has collected one hundred and eleven trophies by competing in
horse shows from North Carolina to Alabama. She has been in national
contests, after winning district and state competitions. Wendi has had the
help of Hancock's King, an eleven-year-old Western Quarter Horse, that
she has owned for seven years.
The abilities of Wendi and Hancock's King are currently tested as they
compete in Western pleasure classes, trail, horsemanship, and showman-
ship. Wendi alsojudges in some horse shows. She now plans to become an
AQHA approved judge.
The New Life is a Christian musical group
which performs at churches, hospitals, and
banquets. The band played in various places
while on a summer trip to Indiana. Another
out-of-state tour is being planned. Lois
Becky Wallace, Lois Jones, Mark Moser,
Anna Michie is a very talented pianist. She is
a National Guild winner and she placed in the
Statewide Section during competition with
other talented musicians. Anna has accom-
panied professional artists during recitals and
Workshops. She is also a flutist in the Garinger
Jones and Becky Wallace are the vocalists.
Wesley Foy, Jim Fullam, Scott Cadmus,
Greg Hildreth, Mark Moser, and David
Smith Knot of Garingerl perform on various
Jim Fullam, Greg Hildreth, Wesley Foy,
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1977-1978. . .a year of terror. . .the
Hillside Strangler, the Labor Day Sniper,
the second New York City black-out. . .a
year of great losses. . .Elvis Presley,
Bing Crosby, Hubert Humphrey. . .and
yet a year of pleasure. . .Billy Beer,
"Star Wars", and Valentine Carnations.
These and other events helped make the
year 1977-1978 memorable.
On the local scene. . .Charlotteans
elect a new Republician mayor, Ken Har-
ris, after Democrat Belk decided eight is
enough. . .years, that is. . .Jay Robin-
son, Charlotte-Mecklenburg's new
272 X "Annual" Report
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school superintendent, shows he is a man
of his word by shaking the hand of every
area school teacher. . .Garinger also ob-
tains a new area superintendent, Grace
Templeton. . .Jim Bakker of Charlotte's
own PTL Club, cries for Hustler's Larry
Flynt on public TV, insisting that now
Flynt "hustles for the Lordi' . . . a couple
of local tirsts . . . Waxhaw finally gets a
liquor store, and the Radisson gains a
McDonalds . . . what's next?
Nationwide. . .Hunt lowered sen-
tences for nine out of the Wilmington
Ten, while the only white was paroled
after the burning of a grocery store, sev-
eral years ago. . .meanwhile. . .Joan Lit-
tle escaped from Raleigh State Prison,
taking refuge in New York. . .and in
Durham, an elementary school principal
kidnapped and held hostage his teachers.
Further from home, the Son of Sam kil-
lings by accused David Berkowitz, of the
Bronx, terrorized young couples in New
York. . .on the political scene. . .Ber
Lance, Budget Director, resigns unde
pressure, satisfying many Americans.
Many lives were touched by the tragi
loss of a college basketball team frorj
Evansville, Illinois, in a plane
crash. . elsewhere, weather caused tre-
mendous problems. . .floods across the
U.S. caused considerable property dam
age, including the destruction of a smal
Georgia Bible College. . .Snov
paralyzed most of the northern U.S. , with
drifts up to I0 feet, burying many homes
and cars. . .closer to home, the Carolina
Mountains reported excellent skiing con-
ditions from excessive amounts of snow.
Elsewhere in the world. . .Anwar
Sadat and Menachem Begin had an all
important meeting in an attempt to gain
peace in the Middle East. . .the world's
worst aviation disaster ever occurred
when two airplanes collided on the Ca-
nary Islands, leaving 582 out of 644
dead . . . in Canada radioactive debris was
found after the crashing of a Russian sate-
In the entertainment world. . .the loss
of such great pioneer entertainers as
Groucho Marx and Charlie Chaplin
helped draw to a close an important
breakthrough in the Show Biz
world. . .and with the death of Guy
Lombardo. New Year's Eve may never
be the same. Debby Boone's "You Light
Up My Life" and Fleetwood Mac's
'LRumors" remained at the top the charts
for many weeks, while on the movie
scene "Star Warsn topped flaws" as the
biggest box office hit. . .running a close
second was "Saturday Night Fever"
starring ex-sweathog, John Travolta and
the Bee Gees, whose sound track also
climbed the charts. . . "Close Encoun-
ters of the Third Kind" made many
people stop to think that maybe 'fwe are
not alone". . .Alex Haley made prepara-
tions for a sequel ofRoots. . .at the age of
65, Eric Sevareid of CBS, complied with
station policy and retired as commentator
ofthe evening news, a seat that would be
hard to fill. Dolly Parton and her musical
career finally reached their peak with her
hit record "Here You Come Again", and
now Dolly's headed for Hol-
lywood. . .Farrah leaves Charlie with
Cheryl Ladd in hopes of more money, but
the only thing she really finds is a new
In the wide world ofsports. . .Portland
beat Philadelphia in six games for the
NBA Championship. . .Steve Cauthen,a
17 year oldjockey, walked away with six
million dollars and a smile on his
face. . .speaking of horses. . .Seattle
Slew captured the Triple Crown. . .the
Cowboys smashed the Orange Crush in
Super Bowl XII with a score of 27-
10. . .after a long career of football. the
ladies man, Joe Namath, retired from
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knee problems, and other troubles. . .af-
ter reigning as world heavyweight cham-
pion for some time, Muhammad Ali was
defeated by Leon Spinks in a split deci-
sion. . .Spinks, the new Superman.
Looking toward home, Charlotte's Ced-
ric "Cornbread" Maxwell plays and hits
with the Boston Celtics. . .and the big
victory at Garinger was when GGS
smashed Centrusa in a powderpuff foot-
ball game,6-0. . .Garingeris soccerteam,
led by Fernando Sosa, won the confer-
ence championship and made its way to
the state playoffs. Garinger was well rep-
resented in the Shrine Bowl by Larry
Brown who scored for North Caroli-
na. . .Rollie Sumwalt replaced John
Robinson this year as basketball coach,
and if his first year is any clue to the
coming years, they will be great.
274 I "Annual" Report
This year held in store many
changes for Garinger. . .there was the
change in the student government,
when Wayne Strong resigned a Presi-
dent, leaving Vice-President Charles
Allen to carry on. . .three new teachers
were added to the faculty. . .Mrs.
Dorothy Kirby added her green thumb
to the staff. . .Mrs. Roberta Sessions
directed students in the art of act-
ing. . .and Mr. Patrick Webb, who re-
placed a much missed Mr. Ron Al-
dridge. . .It was time again for those
all important Southern Association
meetings in which dedicated teachers
spent much time toward getting our
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school reaccredited. February l5th
was a famous day at Garinger. . .sev-
eral members of the school board at-
tended the dedication ceremony for
the new recycling center, led by Jim
In many ways, HEW changed
Wildcat traditions. . .Homecoming
week lost some of its excitement when
the Black and Blue contest was cancel-
led for discriminatory reasons. . .all
former titles, such as Homecoming
Queen, were changed to repre-
sentatives and court. . .for the first
time guys could be elected to the Val-
entine Court. . .and some were!
As this year comes to a close, we
reflect on the events that were impor-
tant in our lives and the lives of others.
The hectic pace of today. . .the disas-
ters that occurred, the faces that dis-
appeared, and the tests that were
never passed . . . give way to the
things we will never forget . . . the
movies to remember, the dreams to be
fulfilled, and the hopes for tomor-
row. . .For it is the moments of glory,
the fun, the friends. and the people
who touched our lives that we will
"Annual" Report X 275
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Advertisements X 281
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '78
Congratulations to our
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BEST WISH ES
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McEWEN FUNERAL SERVICE
727 East Morehead
GRADING ExcAvA'riNo LANDSCAPING Chanotte' N' C'
HUN EYCUTT LANDSCAPING CO.
2429 Laburnum Avenue
CHARLOTTE, N. C. 28205
CAROLINA BUMPER EXCHANGE
Melvin D. Smith
438 ATANDO AVENUE
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
P. O. BOX 5311
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282 I Advertisements
EASTWOOD BARBER SHOP
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Open 6 Days
3 Stylists 84 1 Barber
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Located ln The Northeast
Plaza Shopping Center
4409 The Plaza
BACKS THE CATS
1305 E. Third Street
Charlotte, N. C.
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EASTWAY DRIVE CHURCH OF GOD
1131 Eastway Drive - P. O. Box 9485
Bobby G. Ross Chanottev N- C- 28205 Parsonage
CharIotte's Oldest Pentecostal Church
1923 - 1976
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2513 Plaza Rd.
Charlotte, N. C.
1901 Commonwealth Avenue
Charlotte, N. C.
"HOME COOKED MEALS"
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FOOTWEAR FOR ALL SPORTS
TEAM EQUIPMENT AND UNIFORMS
ATHLETIC FOOTWEAR INC.
1417 Eastway Drive
Charlotte, North Carolina 28205
535-0307 Thermon L. Gibbons
"Tiger" Running Shoes
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Sharon Aryty and Albermarle Rds.
Charlotte, N. C.
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PO. Box 8
Greenville, South Carolina 29602
Phone: f803J 288-6560
6100 E. Independence Blvd.
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AAA ROAD SERVICE
Central Avenue 84 Eastway Drive
Charlotte, North Carolina 28205
MORNINGSIDE BARBER 8.
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2311 Central Avenue
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1525 Central Avenue
Owned And Operated By
BRUCE AND BARBARA JOYNER
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T. R. LAWING REALTY INC.
500 S. Tryon St.
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Charlotte, N. C. 28205
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KENNY AND MARTIN
NATIONAL TAYLORING SHOP
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CLASS OF 1978
527 Oakland Ave.
Charlotte, N. C.
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BACK TH E CATS
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2749 Ea stway Drive
"THE LITTLE CHURCH WITH A
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And we cheer for those
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CLEANERS 8. LAUNDERERS
901 E. Fourth Street
Coliseum Shopping Center
Park Road Shopping Center
724 East Sugar Creek Rd.
Charlotte, N. C. 28205
To A Wonderful Homeroom
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1820 Milton Road-nearest location to Garinger
8 other Charlotte locations
2038 N. Graham St.
Charlotte, N. C. 28206
Res. Phone: 375-5179
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DOROTHY MAULDIN - Owner
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HIAMPSNIRE HILL SHOPPING CENTER!
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EAST HOUSE BOOKSHOP LTD.
126 Sharon-Amity Road South
Compliments of: Cgmpljments
3138 s. Tryon
Charlotte, N. C. 28211
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CAROLINA EXTERIORS, INC.
2029 N. DAVIDSON ST.
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2311 Central Avenue
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Advertisements X 303
Special Uhanks to Cjaringer'
Bill 8L Linda Abernethy
Glenn Ball, '78
Mr. 8L Mrs. Benson
Broad 8L Dilly Bird, '78
Donnie Davis, '78
Cindy Deal, '78
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Chris Fitzsimmons, '78
Good Luck to Sterrett's
Charles Jarrell '
Mr. J.R. Johnson
Mr. Jim Kimmons
Mary Lou Matsik
Mr. Guy Meador
David Mills, '78
New World Records
Mrs. Robbie Rabin
Leslie Tate '78
Ms. Washington, '78
Mrs. Doris Wright
304 I SUPPORTERS
William Jay Albritton
FBLA 1,2 - President 2.
Anja Leigh Alexander
invitations Committee 25 DECA 3:
Caps and Gowns Committee 3.
Anthony Victor Alexander
Ben Michael Alexander
Student Council lg Basketball 2g
Breakfast Committee 3.
Jeanna Gayle Alexander
Adelphians lg Ski Club 1.2.31
Wildcat Club l,2g FHA HERO 3:
Sharon Renee Alexander
Charles Sylvester Allen
Student Council l: Executive
Council 2.3: Football l,2.3g Track
l,2,3g Dance Committee - Chair-
man 2,3g Key Club 2,35 Vice-
President Student Body 33 Tri-
Captain Football Team 2,35 Sec-
ond All-County Football 2g First
All-County Football 3.
Susan Lynn Allen
Ecology Club l,2,3 - Treasurer
Waldney Ribeiro Angelo
Spanish Club 1,25 Ski Club lg Soc-
Mark Gordon Asbury
Student Council lg Junior
Achievement 15 Baseball 1:
Marching Band l,2,3.
Timothy Huntley Atkinson
Marching Band l,2.35 Pep Band
1,2,3: Bible ll 3 - Chairmang Honor
Robert Gregory Austin
Announcements Committee 3.
Cynthia Ann Aycoth
Ski Club 2: FHA HERO 3.
Pam Diane Bailey
Chorus 15 Girls' Ensemble 25
Glenn Allen Ball
Baseball 15 'Key Club l,2,35 Ski
Club 1,25 Soccer l,2.35 Golf 2.3.
Deborah Lee Ballard
Adelphians lg Cheerleader lg
Sophomore Class Officer: Student
Council 1.2.33 GGS l,2,3g Ski Club
1,21 Young Life 1.2: Wildcat Club
1.25 Swim Team 1,25 Junior Class
Officer - Presidentg Invitations
Committee 2: SNIPS AND CUTS
STAFF 2.3: Announcements
Committee 3: Speakers and Civi-
tan Committee 3.
Debra Ellen Barkley
Adelphians 1: Franco-Prussian l:
Junior Achievement l.2: Girls'
Ensemble 2g Red Cross 1.2.33
Speakers and Civitan Committee
Ricky Lee Barksdale
Student Council lg Executive
Council 2g Voice of Democracy 2g
Senior Class Ofticer 35 Century Ill
Writing Contest 3g Thespian Soci-
Clara Jean Barnes
Franco-Prussian Club lg Keyettes
2g Decoration Committee: HERO
Natasha Ana Barnes
FBLA 35 Cap and Gown Commit-
Sharon Renee Beatty
Under The Willow Tree lg Break-
fast Committee 3.
Debbie Gay Bennett
Student Council Alternate l.2,3:
Drama Club 2.3: Girls' Ensemble
25 Invitations Committee 25 Thes-
pian 2.3: Young Life 2,31 An-
nouncement Committee 3.
Walter Jeffery Benard
Orchestra 2,35 All-State Orchestra
2g Governor's School 35 National
Merit Semi-Finalist 3.
Michael David Berryhill
ROTC l: FBLA 3.
Ernestine Anita Bethea
Under The Willow Tree lg Invita-
tions Committee 2: Breakfast
Committee 33 Girls' Ensemble
Kendall Dean Bibcau
Patrice Leslie Black
Adelphians lg Wildcat Club 1,23
Franco-Prussian Club l,2g Ski
Club l,2,3g Chorus 1: Girls' En-
semble 2g Choir 3.
Debra Elaine Bledsoe
Franco-Prussian Club 1.25 Young
Life l.2g Wildcat Club l,2,3g Ski
Club 1.2.35 Red Cross 1,2,3.
Cynthia Mae Blunt
Junior Achievement 1.
Donna Cheryl BOS!
FBLA 31 COO 3.
Mark Alan Bradshaw
VICA 3: ICT 3.
Lessie Verona Branch
Chorus 15 Girls' Ensemble 2:
Bus Driver 2,3.
Pamela Ann Brazzell
Thomas Morgan Brimhall
Ski Club lg Basketball lg Baseball
lg Football 1.2.32 FHA Hero 3.
David Preston Brooks
Marching Band l: Concert Band lg
Student Council 21 Symphonic
Band 2,35 Football l,2.3g Track
Angela Octavia Brown
FBLA 35 Announcement Commit-
Spanish Club l: Symphonic Band
2,35 Cheerleader l.2,3: FBLA 3g
Bus Driver 3.
Delores Laverne Brown
Caps and Gowns Committee 3.
Larry Donnell Brown
Basketball 1.2: Football l,2.3g
Baseball 1.2.31 HERO 3.
Mark Colston Brown
Bus Driver 2.3.
William Belton Brown
Spanish Club l,2.3: Vice-
President 2, President 3: Ecology
Club 1.2.31 Ski Club 35 Student
Council 3: Tennis 3.
Curtis Randolph Bufford
ROTC 2.3: Track 3.
Donna Jo Buffkin
Girls' Ensemble 15 Centrusa 1.2.3.
Ski Club 1.2.
Janet Catherine Burns .
Adelphians 15 Spanish Club 2:
Girls' Ensemble 1,21 Choir 3.
David Lee Byrd
Cross Country 35 Ecology Club 35
Junior Achievement 34 VICA 35
' Track 3.
Lynn Carol Cadmus
Franco-Prussian Club 1,21 Ski
Club 1,2,3: Honor Society 2,35 All
State Orchestra - Band Z: Foreign
Exchange Student 25 Youth Sym-
phony of Carolinas 2,31 Morehead
Michael Vincent Calhoun
Basketball 1,25 Cross Country
i,2,3g Track l,2,35 Speakers and
Civitan Committee 3g Senior Class
GiflikCOHHIlitiC6 3. .
Aclelphians lg Spanish Club 15
COO 35 FBLA 3.
Glenda Faye Carter
Sherry Ann Carter
CHEO 33 HERO 3.
Timothy Barkley Cauthen
Franco-Prussian Club l,2,3. p
Jack Lee Chappell
Sheri Lynn Chastain
Chorus 1: Girls'p.Ensemble 2,3g
Red Cross l.2,3g Keyettes 3.
Carol Baumgardner Christenbury
Damon Lee Christenbury
Franco-Prussian Club 2.3.
Wayne Radwin Clark
Wrestling 1: Soccer l.2,3g Key
Scott Ervin Clayton
Perfect Attendance Award 1,25
Baseball lg Football 1,2.3g FBLA
Theron Glenn Clyburn Jr.
ROTC 1,2g Bus Driver 3.
Francisco Alfredo Coello
Interact 1.2.35 Spanish Club l,2,3.
James Albert Coley Jr.
Baseball 29 Chess Club 2.
Karen Leigh Collins
Franco-Prussian Club 15 Or-
Julie Lynn Combs
Girls' Track l.2,3: ROTC 1,2.3g
Garinger Club 2.3. S
Senior Statistics X 305
Typing Award 2: FBLA 3 - Treas-
Susan Ann Craddock
Ski Club 1.2.33 Young Life I.2,33
Campaigners 2,33 Centrusa 3.
Tracy Anetta Craig
Cynthia Melody Crawford
Samuel Thomas Crawford
Joseph Stanton Cude
Basketball 13 Student Council lg
Junior Class Vice-President 23
Baseball 1,2,33 Football 1,33 GGS
Mark Gregory Daniels
Ski Club 13 Franco-Prussian Club
23 VICA 3.
John Mark Davidson
Baseball i1,2. I .
Diana Helen Day' R
Project Aries 23 Student Council 3,
Charles Thomas Davis
Wrestling l,2. -
Cheryl Denise Davis
Adelphians li Spanish Club 1,25
Wildcat Club l,2,3 - President 3g
Centrusa 2,33 DECA 33 Student
Council 33 Senior Breakfast
Donald Charles Davis
Lois Dee Davis
Adelphians 13Junior Achievement
I3 Young Life lg Marching Band
l,2,33 Pep Band 1.2.31 Concert
Band 13 Symphonic Band 2,31
Adelphians 1: Girls' Track 1: Ski
Club 13 Junior Marshall 23 GGS
2,33 Senior Class Officer 3.
Teresa Lynn Davis
Franco-Prussian Club 1,23 Wildcat
Club 23 Ski Club 2,33 GGS 2,33
Student Council 33 Lettergirl 3.
Terri Sue Davis
Cynthia Anne Deal
Spanish Club 13 SNIPS 8: CUTS
STAFF 2,33 FBLA 2,32 Senior
Breakfast Committee 3: Girls'
Tennis Team 1,2,3 - All-
Conference 33 Invitations Com-
Cynthia Louise Deese
Invitations Committee 23 DECA 33
306 X Senior Statistics
Caps and Gowns Committee 3.
Kimberly Ann Dennie 1
Red Cross 13 Bible II 23 HERO 33
Grils' Ensemble 3.
Forrest Lindsey Denton
Marion Kimberly Diehl
Adelphians 1 - Vice-President3
Student Council 1,33 GGS 2,3.
Marcus LaRay Dixon
Ecology Club 2,33 Cross-Country
33 Track 3.
Michael Scott Duncan
DECA 2,3. ,
Joni Ellen Dunn , iici. i t1.' iim.V. 3 ,A
Adelphians 13 Student 13
Centrusa 2,33 ski Club
rouse! Princess 3g FBLA 33 Cheer-
leader 3. '
Linda some Dunn
Red Cross 2.
Patricia Lynn Dunn 1
Ski Club FBLA 3. A
Donald Edward Earle
Franco-Prussian Club 3. 3
Rosalind Juanita Easterlingr
Track lg CHEO 3.
Selena Ann Edge
Cynthia Louise Edwards
Red Cross 1,23 Student Counciliiii
Senior Breakfast Committee iii 1
James Ray Edwards
Franco-Prussian Club 1,2.
Carol Louise Farnsworth .
Adelphians 13 Franco-Prussian
Club 13 Ski Club 1,23 Student
Council 1,2,33 Centrusa 2,3 -
Vice-President 33 FBLA 2,3.
Mikel Daniel Farr
Junior Achievement 1,23 VICA 33
Chorus 1,23 Girls' Ensemble 3g
CHEO 33 HERO 3.
Laura Ann Ferreira
Adelphians 13 GGSL 1,2333
Franco-Prussian Club lg Honor
Society 2,3 - Secretary 33 Junior
Marshall 23 Lettergirl 2,33 NCTE
Achievement Award in Writing
Nominee 23 Student Council 33
Senior Breakfast Committee 3.-
Marcelia Maria Fewell
Red Cross 1.2.
Ophelia Suzanne Teague Fisher:
Girls' Tennis 2,33 Under The Wil-
low Tree 2,3.
Christopher John Fitzsimon
Sophomore Class Officerg Student
Council 13 Math Contest Winner 13
Executive Council 2,33 lCC
chairman 2: Junior Marshall 23
Cross-Country 2: Football Statis-
tician 2,33 Key Club 2,3 - President
33 Honor Society 2,3 - President 33
GGS Mascot 33 Century lll Win-
ner33 Basketball 1,2,3 - Captain 3.
William Leslie Fortner Jr.
Franco-Prussian Club 13 Basket-
ball 13 Cross-Country 23 Soccer 3.
Christine Louise Fowler
Swim Team lt Franco-Prussian
Club 1,23 Drama Club 1,2.,33
Wildcat Club 2,33 Ring Committee
2g Honor Society 2,33 Thespians
2,3 - President 33 Centrusa 3.
-Patricia Kim Fowler S
Adelphians 13 Spanish Club 13 Ski
Club 1,2,33 GGS 2.3.
Van Harold Fowler Jr.
Wrestling 13 Key Club 2,3.
Robert Harold Francis
Tennis 1,33 Wrestling 2,32 Honor
Gwen Ophelia Frazier
Marching Band 1,23 Concert Band
lg Student Council 1,23 Sym-
plionic Band 2,33 GGS 2,33 Letter-
girl 33 Executive Council 33 SNIPS
AND CUTS STAFF 2,3.
Caps and Gowns Committee 3.
Steven Ray Fretz ,
David Wayne Frye
Concert Band lg Marching Band
1,2,33 Pep Band l,2,3Q Symphonic
Band 2,33 Keyette Mascot 3.
Sandra Lynne Frye
Adelphians lg Wildcat Club 23
Susan Elaine Frye
Swim Team 1,23 Adelphians ll
Drama Club l,2Q Student Council
2,33 Centrusa 2,33 Bus Driver 2,33
James Thomas Fullam
Garinger Club 13 Drama Club lg
Marching Band 1,2,33 Pep Band
1,2,33 Key Club 2,31 Track 3.
David Lane Gaddy
Key Club l,2,3Q Baseball 1,2,3.
Tina Marie Gale
Student Council lg Spanish Club lg
Latin Club 23 ROTC 1,2,3.
Betty Elaine Gardner
ROTC 1,2,33 Invitations Commit-
ROTC l,2,33 Bible ll 3.
Mitzi Arlene Gathings
Adelphians 13 Volleyball lg Ski
Club 13 Spanish Club 1: Student
Council 3: Centrusa 3.
Carolyn Jane Gantt
Spanish Club 1,2,3,
Susan Elaine Gantt
Spanish Club 2,33 FBLA 3.
Eleanor Faye Gibson
FHA HERO 3.
Karen Marie Giles
Richard Leon Gladden
Mitzi Goble g
CO0 2,33 FBLA 2,33 Bus Driver
Lynn Montez Goodwin P
GGS 33 Rambler Staff 3.
Susan Leila Gray .
Student Council lg Centrusa 2,3.
Bartees Leon Grier
Football 1,2,33 Track 1,2,33 Bus
Robin Ann Grier
FHA HERO 3.
Donna Renee Griffin
Adelphians lg Franco-Prussian
Club 1,23 Wildcat Club 1,23 Cen-
tI'USa 2,33 Lettergirl 2,3 - Head 3.
Cyril Long Gulledge Jr.
Franco-Prussian Club 1,23 Ski
Club 1,2,3: Honor Society 2,3.
Eddie Lee Hall
Cross-Country lg Wrestling 1,2,3.
Richard Brian Hall
Franco-Prussian Club 2,33 Ski
Billy Gregory Hammontree
Refreshment Committee 2g Track
2,3: Cross-Country 2,33 Football
33 HERO 3.
Kim Laverne Hamrick
Decorations Committee 23 FBLA
Joy Lynne Hardee
Adelphians 13 Red Cross 13 Girls'
Track 13 Majorette lg Student
Council 2, Junior Marshall 2, De-
corations Committee 2, Ski Club
2, Feature Twirler 2,3, Wildcat
Club 2,3, Franco-Prussian Club
l,2,3, Honor Society 2,3, Invita-
tions Committee 2, Keyettes 3,
Young Life 3.
Tammy Kay Hardee
Volleyball l,2,3, Girls' Basketball
2,3, FBLA 3.
Angela Lovette Harrell
Project Aries 1,Track 1, CHEO 3 -
Kenneth Edward Harmon
Tennis 1,2,3, Ski Club l,2,3,
Garinger Club 2, DE 3 - President,
Centrusa Mascot 3, Ecology Club
Jeffrey Alan Harris
Susan Alice Harris
Adelphians 1, Ski Club 1, GGS
2,3, Lettergirl 3.
FBLA 1, Chorus 1,23 Bus Driver
2,3, Girls' Ensemble 3, Garinger
Brian Everette Hawkins
Franco-Prussian Club 2.
Mary Catherine Head
Adelphians 1, Franco-Prussian
Club 1, Wildcat Club 2, Red Cross
2, SNIPS AND CUTS STAFF -
Business Manager 3, Breakfast
Coinmittee,3, Young Life 3, Ski
Janet Lee Hayes
Under The Willow Tree 1, Cheer-
leader l,2,3, Homecoming Queen
3, Executive Council 3, GGS 3.
Ski Club l,2,3.
Gina Denise Helms
Franco-Prussian Club 1,2, FBLA
2,3, Centrusa 3.
Steve Parks Helms
Football 1,2, Ski Club 1,2,3 - Sec-
retary l, Vice-President 2, Presi-
dent 3, Baseball 2,3.
Ellen Beirne Henderson
Adelphians I, Spanish Club 1,
Student Council 1,2,3, Ski Club
l,2,33 GGS 2,3, Lettergirl 2,3.
Eunice Beirne Henderson
Sophomore Class Officer, Adelp-
hians l, Ski Club 1,2,3, Spanish
Club 1 - Treasurer, Student Coun-
cil 1,2, Junior Class Officer, GGS
2,3 - President 3, Senior Class Of-
Lula Bell Henderson
Track 1, COO 2,3, Bus Driver 2,3,
Carla Lee Hedrick
Spanish Club 1.
Dennis Wade Henley
Key Club l,2,3.
Alan Stuart Higgins
Spanish Club 1,2, Ski Club 1.
Regina Lynne Hilton
Volleyball 1,2, Adelphians 1.
Alice Marie Hinson
Keyettes 1,2,3 - Vice-President 3,
Orchestra 1,2,3, Garinger Club
2,3, Ring Committee 2, Senior Gift
Toy Brent Hinson
Tennis 1, Franco-Prussian Club 1,
Ski Club 2,3, Centrusa Mascot 3.
Dowanda Ann Hoagland D
Chorus 1, Girls' Ensemble 2,
Tammy Marie Holden
Red Cross 1, Adelphians 1,
Franco-Prussian Club 1,2, Ram-
bler Staff 2,3, GGS 3.
Basketball l,2,3, Cross-Country
1,2, Franco-Prussian Club 1,2.
Kevin Wayne Holmes
Football l,2,3, ski Club 1,2,3,
Franco-Prussian Club l,2, ROTC
2,3, Foreign Exchange Student 2,
Honor Society 2,3, Project Aries
2, Junior Marshall, Morehead
Scholarship Nominee 3, Student
Denise Marie Horne
Girls, Ensemble 2,3, FHA HERO
3: CHEO 3.
Sharon Rebecca Horton
Ski Club l,2,3, Student Council
1,2,3, Wildcat Club lg FBLA 2,3,
Jack Doyle Howell
Basketball l,2, Cross-Country 2.
Terrie Annette Hucks
Chorus 1,2, Chorus Award 2,
Mary Sue Hudson
Melinda Francis Hulsey
Franco-Prussian Club 2, Swim
Team 2, Centrusa 3.
Kimberly Ann Huneycutt
Girls' Ensemble 2, Biology ll 2,
Senior Breakfast Committee 3,
Stephanie Patricia Huntley
Red Cross 1,2,3, Spanish Club I,
Decorations Committee 2, Letter-
girl 3, Rambler 3, Invitations
Pamela Jean lvie
Adelphians 1, Decorations Com-
mittee 2g Ski Club 2,3, Centrusa 3,
Speakers and Civitan Committee
3, Girls' Basketball 3, Student
Deborah Jeannette Jackson
COOl1 3, FBLA 3.
Garland Louis Jackson Jr.
Student Council 1, Young Life 1,
Bus Driver 2,3.
Elizabeth Ashe James '
Adelphians I, Red Cross 1, Stu-
dent Council 2, GGS 1,2,3 - Secre-
tary 3, Young Life 1,2,3, Cam-
paigners 1,2,3, Lettergirl 3.
Charles Edward Jarrell
Franco-Pmssian Club I, Football
1,23 ROTC l,2,3, Wrestling 3.
Carol Ann Johns
Susie Gaye Johnson
Concert Band 1, Girls, Ensemble
2, Drama Club 2, Marching Band
2,3, Symphonic Band 2,3, An-
nouncements Committee 3, Bible
William Lee Johnston
Spanish Club 1, Baseball 1, Foot-
ball l,2,3, Student Council 3.
Eric Shawn Jolly
ROTC l,2,3, Debating Club 1.
Francis Kay Jones
Spanish Club 1.
Louis Lougenia Jones
Adelphians 1, Archestra 1,2,
Spanish Club 1,2, Garinger Club 2,
Mary Jane Jordan
Patricia Louise Jourdan
Junior Marshall 2.
Lee Ann Keeter
Honor Society 2,3, Caps and
Gowns Committee 3, FBLA 3.
Albert Alonzo Kelly
Cross-Country 2,3, Basketball
2,3, Track 2,3.
Diane Elizabeth Kenny
Adelphians l, Student Council 2,
Ring Committee 2: Decorations
Committee 2, Young Life 1,2,3,
Campaigners 2,3, GGS 2,3 -
Treasurer 3, Lettergirl 3, Class
Gift Committee 3, SNIPS AND
CUTS STAFF 3, Honor Society 3.
Carol Ann Kiker
Young Life 2,3, Ski Club 3, Senior
Gift Committee 3.
Jeffrey Eugene King
Ski Club 1,2,3, FBLA 3.
Jeff Lawrence Kirkpatrick
Basketball 1, Cross-Country 2,
Tamera Jean Kiser
Tennis 1, Basketball 2, Volleyball
1,2,3, Track 1,2,3, Student Coun-
William Henry Kiser
Football 1, Baseball 1, Interact
l,2, Ski Club 1,2, Student Council
2, D.E. 2, Red Cross 2.
Walter Stokes Kisiah Jr.
Debating Club 1, Golf l,3, Wres-
tling l,3, Key Club 2, ROTC l,2,3,
Soccer 3, FBLA 3.
Kenneth Russell Kissah
Wrestling 2,3, Track 2,3, Cross-
Tammie Renee Knight
Franco-Prussian Club 1, Ski Club
2, DE 3.
Christopher Eric Langford
Spanish Club 1, ROTC 1.
John Randall Layton
Ski Club l,2,3.
Harvey Wayne Lee
Spanish Club 1.
Steven Micah Lee
Student Council l,3, Symphonic
Band 1,2,3, Marching Band l,2,3:
Basketball l,2,3, Key Club 2,3,
Donna Marie Levins
Student Council 1, Ski Club 1,
Girls' Basketball l,2,3, Franco-
Prussian Club 2, Rambler Staff 3.
Aaron Timothy Lewis
Football l,2,3, Track 1,2,3, Wres-
tling l,3, Perfect Attendance
1,2,3, Basketball 2, Garinger Club
3, Red Cross 3.
Kim Marie Lindsay
Neena Gaye Lindsay
Tennis 3, Centrusa 3, Belk Teen
Senior Statistics f 307
Amy Carol Lippard
Keyettes l,2,3Q Girls' Ensemble
1.23 Sanderettes 2,33 Choir 3.
Tonya Delores Loflin
Chorus 13 Girls' Ensemble 2,33 DE
Donnie Ray Love
Heidi Lynn Low
Ecology Club lg Franco-Prussian
Club 1.23 Ring Committee 23 Pep
Band 1.2.33 Marching Band 1.2.33
Invitations Committee 3.
Benita Frances Lowder
Franco-Prussian Club 1,23 Speak-
ers and Civitan Committee 3.
Julia Edith Luther
Centrusa 1.2.33 Thespians 33
Debra Ann Lytle
Walter Eugene Maney
Franco-Prussian Club 23 Key Club
2,32 Student Council 33 Senior
Breakfast Committee 3.
Susan Beth Markley
Adelphians lg Spanish Club 1.23
Red Cross 23 Student Advisory
Laurin Blair Marley
Adelphians 1 - Treasurer3
Franco-Prussian Club li Chorus I3
Choir 2,3 - Treasurer 33 GGS 2.33
SNIPS AND CUTS STAFF 3:
Caps and Gowns Committee 3.
Juanita Ruth Martin
Ring Committee 23 Tennis 1.2.33
SNIPS AND CUTS STAFF 2.3 -
EDITOR 33 Invitations Commit-
tee 3: GGS 3.
Ladara Kay Massey
FBLA 3 - Vice-Presidentg COO 3.
Ricky Mason Massey
Bus Driver 1.2.3.
Mary Louise Matsik
Keyettes 1.2.33 Orchestra 1.2.33
Renssalaer Award 23 Associate
Chief MafShallQ Garinger Club 2,3
- President 33 Honor Society:.Vg2l.3.5.ip
Under The Willow Tree 2,3gfp.3Stti-fi?
dent Couifcil 33 National Merit
Student lL Keyettes 1.2.3
- Presidentg ringer Club 1.2.3 -
2, Secretary 33
Junior Mafstiari 2. NCTE Writing
Nominee3 Honor Society 2.33
Under The Willow Tree 2.33
SNIPS 8: CUTS STAFF 3: Senior
Gift Committee 3.
308 I Senior Statistics
Debbie Leah McAlpine
Chorus lg Student Council lg
Lora Ann McClain
Garinger Club 3g Wildcat Club 33
Girls' Ensemble 3.
Daniel Wayne McConnell
Ski Club lg Football 1.2.33 Young
Life l,2,33 FBLA 3.
Cynthia Lynn McCullough
Adelphians 13 Franco-Prussian
Club 13 Concert Band 1,23 March-
ing Band 13 Cheerleader 2.33 Ram-
bler Staff 2,3 - Editor in Chief 33
Caps and Gowns Committee 3g
National Achievement Scholar-
ship Finalist 3.
Kevin Stuart McDaniel
Spanish Club 13 Basketball 13 Ski
Club 1.23 Baseball 1: Student
Council 2.33 Football 1.2.3.
Shirley Denise McGalliard
Marching Band 1.2.33 FBLA 3.
Robert Marion McKee
Penny Lynne Montague
Adelphians I3 Concert Band 13
Marching Band 1.2.33 Symphonic
Elizabeth Annelle Morcock
Track l - Manager 23 Franco-
Prussian Club 1.23 Wrestling Mas-
cot l3 Marching Band 1,23 Ecology
Club 23 Volleyball 1.2.33 Drum
Deborah Lynn Morris
Ski Club 13 Volleyball Manager 2:
Student Council 2.
Janice Renee Morris
Wildcat Club lg FBLA 3.
Audrey Lane Morse
Wildcat Club 1,23 Student Council
1.2.33 Key Club Sweetheart 2.
Lynda Joy Moser
Ski Club 1.2.33 Student Council 23
Franco-Prussian Club 23 Wildcat
Cl'-tb 24.1. -
Key Club 1.2.33 Marching Band
1.2.33 Symphonic Band l.2,33
A p Biology Awaiitiilgglunior Marshall
Rhonda Ann Mcrcnrgm 21 HOW' 5923?
Sophomore Class Officer ..'1 it C if
dent Council 13 r'lir-t.-ti. .Mary Elll-abCfhtlMQS5f
Senior Class iff YWBB Life 1,2-31
Gowns .e..e.n.. 3'
Ski aae 3 . f 3 3
iii iiii 3 iiiii AmYiii35f0f5Y Nance
Jerleen McManus ililll S FfaU'ib'PfU5SiaU Club 1-2-3?
C00 3g FBLA Wildcar Club 23 2,3.
Carolyn Denise Miller 3 Annie Maller Newman
DE 2.3. 3 FHA- HERO 3.
Christopher Wayne Miller . ipii 3
Baseball 1.2.33 Football 2,3.
Sandra Coletta Miller
Junior Achievement li Red Cross
1,23 Student Council 23 FBLA 2,3.
James David Mills
Interact 1.23 Young Life 1.23
Junior Marshall 2.
Susan Elizabeth Milstead
Franco-Prussian Club 1,23 March-
ing Band 1.2.33 Pep Band 2.3Q
Keyettes 2.3 - Secretary 33 An-
nouncement Committee 3.
Faye Tinie Mitchell
Adelphians 13 Wildcat Club 13
Chorus 13 Girls' Ensemble 23
Choir 33 Voice of Democracy Con-
tesgg- 3rd place 23 Bible ll 33
Club 3g Speakers and
Alex Charles Mobley
Basketball 1.23 Cross-Country 23
FHA - HERO 3.
Karen Denise Moftitt
Ski Club 13 Bus Driver'32,3-L n
Donna Lee Newell
Wildcat Club li Decorations
Committee 23 Ski Club 1.2.33 Stu-
dent Council l,2,33 Centrusa 1.2.3
- President 33 Announcements
Linda Claire O'Leary
Wildcat Club 13 Ecology Club 13
Keyettes 2,33 Perfect Attendance
John Harold O'Tuel
Catherine Anne Owen
Adelphians 13 Cheerleader lg Stu-
dent Council 13 Franco-Prussian
Club 1,23 Orchestra 1.2.33 Ecology
Club 23 Volleyball 2.3 co-captain
33 Lettergirl 33 GGS 2,3 - Vice-
Toni Gayle Parker
Student Council 23 Invitations
Committee 2: CEO. FHA HERO
33 Wildcat Club 33 Announce-
ments Committee 3.
Anita Louise Pearson
Belk Teen Board 23 Red Cross 2 -
Vice-Presidentg Under The Wil-
low Tree 23 Ski Club 23 Wildcat
Club 23 Announcements Commit-
tee 3: Centrusa 3.
Charles Fredrick Peterson ll
Wrestling lg Football Manager 23
Spanish Club 23 Key Club 1.2.3 -
Vice-President 33 SNIPS AND
CUTS STAFF 2.3.
Ethel Louise Phifer
CHEO 33 HERO 33 Girls' Ensem-
William Dennis Pinnell
Wrestling li Track 13 Franco-
Prussian Club 1,22 Football Man-
ager 23 Red Cross 2.
Douglas Edward Phillippi
Under The Willow Tree 2.3 -
Editor of Art 3.
Steven Leroy Purvis
Bus Driver 1.2.3.
Marshall Scott Parrott
Baseball 13 Junior MHfShHllQ Ski
Club 2,3: Honor Society 2.33 Soc-
cer 1.2.3 - co-captain 3.
Philip Edward Poe
Spanish Club 13 Under The Willow
Janice Marie Polson
Ecology Club li FBLA 3.
Chris Jimmy Pourlos
Spanish Club 13 Soccer 13 Cross-
Country 23 Key Club 1.2.3.
Tony Marvin Powers
Key Club 1.2.3.
Track 1.23 ROTC 1.2.33 ROTC
Douglas Shannon Pressley
Cross-Country 13 Ski Club 1.2.3.
Mary Melissa Rape
Spanish Club 1.
Jeffrey Ford Ramsey
Junior Marshall3 Golf 1.2.33 Soc-
cer l,2.3Q Honor Society 2.33 Ski
Club 2,33 Key Club 3.
Rebecca Faye Reid
Marie Elizabeth Reilly
Franco-Prussian Club lg HERO 33
Ecology Club 3.
Michael Scott Richards
Franco-Prussian Club 13 DECA
Richard Allen Riley
Ski Club lg Football 1.2.3.
Tracy Marie Rion
Adelphians l - Presidentg Ski Club
1,33 Cheerleader l,2,33 Student
Council l,2,33 Young Life l,2,33
Franco-Prussian Club 23 GGS 2,33
DAR Award 33 CEO 33 Senior
Breakfast Committee 3.
Brian Leon Roberts
Rambler Staff 3.
Jeffrey Neal Robertson
Basketball 13 Franco-Prussian
Club 23 Chief Marshall 23 Key
Club 2,33 Honor Society 2,3 -
Vice-President 33 Harvard Book
Award 23 Senior Gift Committee 33
Soccer 3. 5
Susan Kay Robinson
Wildcat Club 13 FBLA 3. .
fislfnda Rackman eele 3. 1
Adelphians 13 Spanish I
YPRHS Life 11
3th isfiisifzrfg-.s 1..k W..5,u.
Laurie Ruth . Rodgers
Swimffeam il ,2.
Baseball 'I 3, Young Life 132.
Football 1,33 DE 2.
- Secretary 3.
- President 3.
. 3 3 '
il Cfub 12
Atieiphians ig Gafiager Club 1,
Franco-Prussian Club 1,23 Keyet-
tes 2,3g Junior Marshallg Honor
Society 2,33 Under The Willow
Tree 2,33 Red Cross l,2,33 Tennis
33 Morehead Nominee 3.
Rebecca Alieen Salem
Invitations Committee 23 CEO,
FHA HERO 33 Announcements
,Franco-Prussian Club 1,23 Track
John Barry Seate
Wrestling 13 Football l,2,33 Track
2,33 Young Life 3.
Stanley Gilbert Shaw ,.A
Ski Club 1,33 Bus Driver
Shelia Renee Sherron
Adelphians 13 Ski Club 13 Spanish
Club lg Volleyball li Centrusa 33
FBLA 3. T
Keyettes 33 Orchestra 1,23 March-
ing Band l,2,33 Bible II 33 Pep
Barbara Ann Shine
Eric Thompson Shirkey
Baseball 13 Ski Club 13 Wrestling
Terri Lynne Simmons
Adelphians 13 Spanish Club 13
Junior Achievement 13 Centrusa 33
Susan Kay Simpson
Girls' Ensemble 1,23 Drama Club
Ameila Alta Smith
Adelphians 13 Spanish Club lg Ski
Club l,2,33 Centrusa 2,3.
Derrie Louana Smith
Franco-Prussian Club 1,23 DE 2,3.
Dina Gayle Smith
Concert Band 13 Student Council
13 Franco-Prussian Club 13 Ski
Club 1,23 Marching Band l,2,33
Symphonic Band 2,33 SNIPS 84
CUTS STAFF 3.
Ellen Marie Smith
Centrusa l,2,33 Red Cross l,2,33
Linda Kay Smith
Red Cross l,2.
Lorna Leigh Smith
Adelphians 13 Student Council
l,2,33 Wildcat Club l,2,33 Cen-
Lynda Leigh Smith
Spanish Club 13 Under The Willow
Tree 23 Tennis 33 Keyettes 33
SNIPS AND CUTS STAFF 3.
Michael Vemon Smith
Ski Club l,2,33 Football 1,23
Baseball 1,23 Young Life l,2,33
Robert Louis Smith
Ski Club 1.
Sherri Lee Smith
Franco-Prussian Club li Wildcat
Club l,2,33 FBLA 2,33 Ski Club 33
Centrusa 3. .
Franco-Pmssian Club lg Wildcat
Club 23 Ski Club 2,33 Caps And
Gowns Committee 33 Centrusa 3.
Todd Eugene Smith
Baseball l,2,33 FHA HERO 3.
Fernando Augusto Sosa
Soccer l,2,33 Young Life l,2,33
Ski Club l,2,33 Adelphian Mascot
23 Key Club 23 Franco-Prussian
Club 23 Track 3.
Wayne Madison Spearman
Key Club33 Track 3.
Lisa Melanie Springer
Franco-Prussian Club l,2,33
Under The Willow Tree 3.
Linda Gay Spurrier
Garinger Club 2.
Debra Karen Stamey
Girls' Ensemble 1,23 Choir 33
Julia Diane Stanley
Student Council lg Wildcat Club
1,23 Young Life l,2,33 Ski Club
l,2,33 GGS 2,33 Red Cross 2.
Donald Ellis Starnes Jr.
Gwendolyn Luvenia Stewart
FHA CEO 3.
Kathryn Rene Stone
DECA - Secretary 2.
Michael Cole Sturgill
Marching Band l,2,33 Concert
Band l,2,33 Franco-Prussian Club
2,33 Pep Band 33 Young Life 3.
Martha Kay Stutts
Keyettes 33 Caps And Gowns
Scott Eugene Suddreth
Young Life l,2,33 Ski Club l,2,33
Football 23 Centrusa Mascot 33 Ski
Club 33 Interact 3.
Julie Ann Sweet V.p:,V
C1551,2gistuiieia3t3,qunei1 2, Red
Cross 33 Ski Club 3.
Melanie Renee Swindell
Chorus lg Girls' Ensemble 23
Leslie Diane Tate
Debating Club 13 Invitations
Committee 23 COO 2,33 FBLA 33
Pamela Cheryl Taylor
Adelphians 13 Wildcat Club 1,23
Spanish Club 1,23 Junior Marhsall3
Honor Society 2,33 Centrusa 2,3.
John Pleas Teague III
Nicholas Lee Tewell
Young Life l,2.
Lee Anne Thomas
Garinger Club 1.
Richard Way Thacker
Franco-Prussian Club 1,23 Junior
Marshallg Honor Society 2,3.
Margaret Amy Thomas
Junior Achievement 13 Ski Club
Sheila Patricia Thompson
DE 2,33 Caps and Gowns Commit-
Valerie Ann Toney
Franco-Prussian Club 1,23 Cen-
Marletta Devonne Tucker
Debating Club 13 Student Council
13 Centrusa 2,3.
Kelly Ann Turner
Honor Society 2,3.
Walter Whitman Twitty
Track l,2,33 Bus Driver l,2,33
Red Cross 13 Bus Driver 2,3.
Hugh Grady Walker III
Football 1,33 Student Council
l,2,33 Ski Club l,2,33 Track l,2,33
Junior Marshallg Honor Society
2,33 Key'Club 33 National Merit
Robert Randall Walker
Baseball l,2,33 Ski Club 2.
Mary Ruth Walker
CHEO HERO 3.
Rebecca Ruth Wallace
Orchestra l,2Q FBLA 33 Choir 3.
Robert Lee Wallace
Spanish Club 13 Football l,2,3.
Russell Warren Washam
Football 13 Ski Club l,2,33 Golf
l,2,33 Soccer 2,33 Key Club 2,33
SNIPS AND CUTS STAFF 2,3.
Micheal Wayne Watson
Wendi Ann Weaver
Student Council 23 GGS 2,33
Young Life 2,33 DECA 33 Ski Club
Rosa Ann Weldon
Red Cross lg DE 23 Chorus 2
Charles Tereney Wells
Ski Club 13.
Senior Statistics I 309
Honor Society 2,3 - Treasurer 3.
Student Council lg FBLA 3.
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. 3 23
Student Council 1,23 Bus Driver
Micheal David Winstead
ROTC l,2,3g Football 3.
2g Choir 3.
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Nan Abell, Winthrop College, B.S.! 44, 129.
Ron Aldridge, Mars Hill College, B.A., U.N.C.-Chapel Hill,
Inez Allen, Catawba College, B.A., U.N.C.-Greensboro,
M.A., U.N.C.-Chapel Hill, M.A.! 23, 65.
Thomas Asbury, Livingston College, B.S., A 8L T University,
Martha Bailey, Appalachian State University, B.S.,
Gardener-Webb, A.A.! 44, 113, 114.
Gil Ballance, U.N.C.-Chapel Hill, B.A., M.Ed.! 36, 117, 118.
Don Belk, N.C. State, B.S.! 46.
Onetta Belk, Kings College! 42.
Beatrice Bennett, Livingston College, B.A., A 8a T University,
Deidra Bennett, U.N.C.-Greensboro, B.A.! 25.
Gary Benson! 29.
Jane Boyd, Samford University, B.S.! 31, 135.
Virginia Boyd, Elon College, B.A.! 48.
Gary Brown, Mars Hills College, B.S. , A 8a T University, M.S.!
Gladys Buford, Winston Salem State, N.C. Central! 42.
Nancy Burgess, Winthrop College, B.S.! 46.
Bernice Caldwell, N.C. Central, B.S., U.N.C.-Greensboro,
M.Ed.! 48, 66.
William Campbell, Florida Southern College, B.S.! 40.
Richard Cansler, Appalachian State University, B.S., M.A.!
Jim Carroll, A 8: T University, B.S.! 41, 149.
Agnes Cole, Greensboro College, B.A., Emory University,
Wanda Corriher, U.N.C.-Charlotte, B.S.! 31.
Doris Covington, U.N.C.-Greensboro, B.A., Appalachian
State Univ., Sp.Ed.! 28.
Raynette Covington, U.N.C.-Greensboro, B.A.! 25, 134.
Douglas Crotts, Lenoir Rhyne, A.B., U.N.C.-Chapel Hill,
Maxine Davis, Livingston College, B.S., Columbia University,
M.A.! 44, 114.
Sara DeBerry, Limestone College, B.S.! 31
Faye Deese, Concord College, B.S., Marshall University,
Barbara Divine, Queens College, B.A.! 24.
James Dixon, Pfeiffer College, B.S. U.N.C.-Chapel Hill, M.S.! 7
312 ! Faculty Index
Clarence Dover! 40.
Martha Dukes, Kings College! 42.
Jim Edwards, Duke University, B.A.! 29.
Sarah Emerson, Catawba College, B.A.! 25.
Clotelle Fisher, Barber-Scotia College, B.S., Pennsylvania
State, M.Ed.! 48.
Jeanne Fitzsimmons, Florida State, B.A.! 26
Linda Giles! 22.
Bob Godwin, U.N.C.-Chapel Hill, B.A., M.Ed.! 33.
Dorothy Gregory! 22.
Fred Gregory, Clemson Univ., B.S.! 46.
Sabra Griffin, Winthrop, B.S.
Tresa Griffin, C.P.C.C., A.A.
Mattie Grigsby, Johnson C. Smith Univ., B.S., N.C. Central
Univ., M.S., L.S.! 31.
Jean Grisdale, N.C. State, B.S., Arizona State, M.S.! 32.
Jan Hall, Queens College, B.A.! 37, 132.
Susan Haney, U.N.C.-Greensboro, B.A.! 26.
Martha Hanna, Duke Univ., B.A.! 34, 133.
Ronald Hardman, Lenoir Rhyne, B.A.
Hugh Harkey, U.N.C.-Charlotte, B.A.! 28.
Francis Hawn, U.N.C.-Greensoboro, B.A.! 29
Sally Hearon, Hollins College, B.A., Duke Univ., M.A.'
U.N.C.-Chapel Hill, M.Ed.! 23.
Warren Hicks, Wake Forest Univ., B.S.! 41.
Reed Hilderbrand, Appalachian State Univ., B.S.! 30.
Martha Hipps, U.N.C.-Greensboro, B.S.! 44.
Lela Holbert, East Carolina Univ., B.S., M.A.Ed.! 42.
Jim Holland, Appalachian State Univ., B.S., Clemson Uni
M.Ed.! 30, 145.
Joyce Hunter, Pfeiffer, College, B.S.! 41, 153.
Pamela Huss, U.N.C.-Greensboro, B.S.! 46.
J. R. Johnson, Appalachian State Univ., B.S., M.A.! 33, 131.
Cedric Jones, Shaw Univ., B.A., Columbia Univ., M.A.! 47.
Richard Jones, Catawba College, B.S., A. 84 T. Univ., M.S.
Mary Katzel, Vanderbilt Univ., B.A., Northeastern Uni
John Kemper, Appalachian State Univ., B.A.
lancy King, U.N.C.-Greensboro, B.A.
Vilma King, U.N.C.-Greensboro, B.F.A., M.F.A.! 35.
Karen Kirkman, Tennessee Wesleyan College, B.A.! 33.
Dorothy Kirby, Atlantic Christian College, A.B., U.N.C.-Chapel
,ucille Kroboth! 24.
lunice Lefler, Winthrop.. 22, 138.
Katy Lesley, Madison College, B.S.! 48.
haron Liner, Furman, B.A., U.N.C.-Charlotte, M.Ed.! 23.
esus Lopez! 40.
Jetty Lowery, U.N.C.-Greensboro, B.S.! 45.
.obert McClure, Johnson C. Smith Univ., B.A.! 30.
ean McCormick, Davidson College, B.A.
atricia McGee, Appalachian State Univ., B.S.! 41.
.obert Maddox, North Texas State Univ., B.A., M.Ed., New York
lniv.! 38. 124-7.
Iarshall Martin, Winston-Salem State Univ., B.S., A. 8L T. State
lniv., M.S., U.N.C.-Chapel Hill! 43.
ecola Maxwell, Johnson C. Smith Univ., B.A., U.N.C.-Charlotte,
obert Montgomery, N.C. Central Univ., B.S., A. 8L T. State Univ.,
uzanne Pace, Randolf-Macon Woman's College, B.A., U.N.C.-
hapel Hill, M.A.
'ertrude Pearson, Johnson C. Rmith Univ., B.S., Fisk Univ., M.A.!
eggy Peterson! 22.
:anne Platt, Mars Hill, B.S.! 32.
oretta Price, Mecklenburg College, B.A.! 22.
lanita Reid, Hampton Institute, B.S., Univ. ofWisconsin, M.S.!23.
hilecta Reinhardt, George Peabody College, B.S., Columbia Univ.,
lice Rhodes, Bennett College, B.A., Indiana Univ., M.S.! 30.
tnet Robinson, Queens College, B.A.! 35, 137.
ihn Robinson, Catawba College, B.A., U.N.C.-Chapel Hill, M.A.!
eraldine Rogers, Furman Univ., B.S., Western Carolina Univ.,
ill Ross, Appalachian State Univ., B.S., U.N.C.-Charlotte, M.S.!
rances Ryan, Winthrop College, B.S., Columbia Univ., M.S.! 48.
atherine Sanders, Furman Univ., B.A., M.A.! 32.
nhn Sanders, Furman Univ., B.A., M.A.! 38.
eorge Sawyer, Appalachian State Univ., B.S., M.A.! 34.
arl Sawyer, Appalachian State Univ., B.S., M.A.! 32.
Jberta Sessions, Columbia College, B.A.! 115.
. C. Sinclair, Western Kentucky Univ., B.S., M.A.
adine Sinclair, Wingate College, B.A.! 22.
Ellen Skinner, Meredith College, B.A., Univ. of Tennessee
Sam Smalling, Duke Univ., B.S., East Tennessee State Univ.
M.A., U.N.C.-Chapel Hill, M.Ed.! 23.
Sandra Smith, U.N.C.-Greensboro, B.A., U.N.C.-Chapel
Robert Staley! 27.
Josephine Stegmeir, Florida State Univ., B.A., M.A.! 133.
Jane Sterrett, Duke Univ., B.S.! 34.
Beth Summers! 27.
Rollie Sumwalt, Davidson College, B.A., Wingate College,
Andrew Thompson, A. 8L T. Univ., B.S.! 47.
Elizabeth Throneburg, N.C. State Univ.. B.S.! 32.
Delores Tibshrany, Winthrop College, B.S.! 48.
Clara Timmons, Univ. of Pittsburg, B.A., M.Ed.! 45.
Joseph Tommanchek, Elon College, B.A., U.N.C.-Chapel
Hill, M.Ed.!4l, 171.
Dennis Totaro, Montclair State College, B.A.! 47.
Irene Travis, Hunter College, B.A., Columbia University,
M.A.! 27, 65.
Patrick Webb, Mars Hill College. B.A., University of Ten-
nessee. U.N.C.-Charlotte, M.A.Ed.
Emma Washington, Bennett College, B.S., U.N.C.-Chapel
Hill, M.S.! 42.
Joseph White, Johnson C. Smith, B.A.! 43, 155.
Debra Wilson, U.N.C.-Greensboro, B.S., M.S.! 45, 114.
Julia Wilson, Limestone College, B.A., U.N.C.-Chapel Hill.
Evelyn Winston, Barber-Scotia, B.A., U.N.C.-Charlotte,
Jean Withers, Wake Forest. B.A.! 27.
Wilma Woolard, Chowan College, A.B., U.N.C.-Chapel
Ron Wright, Western Carolina University, B.S., M.A.
Faculty Index ! 313
Aarsund, Dale Reid 145, 229
ADELPHIANS 134, 135
ADMINISTRATION 20, 21
Aycock, Cynthia 110
Adams, Dwight Everette 229
Adams, Jerry Lonnie 257
Adams, Mark Anthony 76, 115,
Adkins, Keith 229
Agee, Kathleen Denice 229
Aikens, Vincent Charles 137
Alataris, Angie 257
Allen, Rhonda Frances 195
Allen, Susan Lynn 195
Alley, Sharon Lee 257
Allred, Stephen Kelly 257
Alsbrooks, Pamela Marleen 257
Karen Marie 257
Kevin Mark 257
Linda Sue 257
Anderson, Robert Christopher 257
Jane Forrest 195
Laura Marie 257
Angelo Waldney Ribeiro 149, 195
Albritton, William Jay 195
Alcala, Maria Elizabeth 58, 257,
Alcala, Sylvia 114, 195
Aldridge, Gaynell 229
Alexander Anja Leigh 109, 195
Alexander Anthony Victor 195
Alexander Ben Michael 195
Alexander, Dobronyi 257
Alexander, Judy 195
Alexander, Jeanna Gale 95, 110
Alexander, Lenora 257
Alexander, Macie 96, 133, 152
Alexander Merri Hope 85, 257
Pamela Diane 257
Alexander Robert Lee 195
Alexander Sandra 229
Alexander, Sharon Renee 92, 138,
Theresa Denise 195
Anthony, Audrey Denise 257
Armstrong, Tanza Michell 89, 95,
135, 165, 229
Arrington, Loy Vernon 257
Arrington, Thomas Ray 229
Asbury, Mark Gordon 195
Ashford, Robin Elaine 90, 103,229
Ashley, Eric Mitchell 195
Ashman, Sherian Ann 257
Atkinson, Kimberly Lilea 257
Atkinson, Timothy H. 195
Austin, Carol 195
Austin, Della Theresa 196
Austin, George John 146, 147,257
Austin, Robert Gregory 196
Auten, Jane Carolyn 196
Avery, Patricia A. 257
Avery, Teresa Carol 196
Aycock, Sanders Frank 229
Aycoth, Cynthia Ann 196
Bacot, Allen Hunter 85, 128, 133,
145, 159, 229
Badran, Linda Sadallah 132, 229
Alksnis, Eric 229
Allen, Alanza Jo 257
Allen, Charles Sylvester 76, 101
128, 142, 144, 145, 188
Allen, Curtina Glendora 89, 165
Allen, Judy Lynn 94, 135, 229
Allen, Paul Douglas 114, 195
Bagley, Harold Jeffery 137
Bailey, Angela 257
Bailey, Gonza Lee 139
Bailey, Mary Elizabeth 85
Bailey, Pamela Dianne 92, 196
Bailey, Robert Wayne 107
Baker, Arthur Lee 146, 147, 257
Baker, Lloyd Christopher 257
Baker, Sandra Kay 89, 112
Baldwin, Debra Denese 91, 257
Ball, Glenn Allwn 101, 103, 149,
Ballard, Deborah Lee 72, 81, 82,
Ballard, Debra Denise 257
Barger, Daniel Charles 257
Barkley, Daniel Thomas 257
Barkley, Debra Ellen 103, 130,
131, 137, 196
Barksdale, Rickey Lee 196
Barnes, Abbie Gail 257
Barnes, Clara Jean 67, 111, 139,
Barnes. Natasha Alva 112, 196
Barringer, Alan Leslie 109, 257
Barrino, Jackie Wilson 257
Bartels, Joel David 257
Bartlett, Richard Scott 257
Beach, Samuel A. 145, 229
Beach, Sandra K, 135, 109, 229
Beamer, Robert Earl 257
Bean, Nancy Diane 258
Beard, Betsy Gayle 251, 135, 95,
Beasley, Bernice Rena 229
Beatty, Sharon Rene 196
Beatty, Terry Ann 258
Beaver, Betty Lashall 196, 109
Beaver, David Brevard 229
Beaver, Karen Elizabeth 258, 83
Beaver, Kimberly Deane 258, 90,
Beckham, Mark David 112, 229
Becknell, Kimberly Susan 184, 85,
Belch, David F. 258
Belch, Donald Ray 145, 142, 230
Belk, Donna Earlene 196
Belk, Karla Earnean 103, 133,230
Bellew, Sherrie Lee 230
Belvin, Teresa 230
Benge, Steven Gwyn 145, 230
Bennett, Cathy Anita 89, 258
Bennett, Debra Gay 115, 197
Bernard, Walter Jeffrey 53, 54, 67,
Blackwell, Bruce Milland 230
Blackwell, Gordon Lewis 258
Blackwell, Timothy Wayne 258
Blackwell Whit Kramer 230
Blakley, Rena Renee 103, 230
314 I Index
Berrier, Deborah 258
Bexryhill, Michael David 114, 197
Benfyhill, Randall 137, 230
Bethea, Ernestine Anita 197
Beway, Bertha 197
Bibeau, Kendall Dean 197
BIBLE II 137
Biddle, Katie Lee 258
Biddle, Steven Christopher 197
Bigham, Michael 230
Bivens, James D. Jr. 197
Connie Elaine 197
Dale Lee 90, 258
Dorothy Jean 258
Black, Jackie 147, 258
Black, Kimberly Layne 258
Black, Pandora 59, 230
Black, Patrice Leslie 92, 197
Vernon O'Hare 258
Blackmon, Melvin Lee 147, 258
Blakley, Douglas Edward 230
Blakney, Joann 258
Blanton, Jacqueline Leigh 91, 258
Bledsoe, Debra Elaine 114, 197
Blount, Michael Lee 258
Blount, Myra Lisa 230
Blunt, Cynthia Mae 89, 197
Blyth, Janet Kay 258
Bobay, Katherine Michel 83, 84,
85, 96, 230
Bobay, Richard Andrew 258
Bogans, Debra Jean 230
Bogans, Mitchell Antonia 167
Bolder, Anthony Venarosa 258
Bonasera, Charles Anthony 197,
Bonds, Antonio 147, 258
Bonti, Deanna Lee 90
Borchert, Suzanne Joyce 258
Borst, Melissa Jane 104, 131, 230
Bost, Donna Cheryl 113, 114, 197
Boulware, Cecil Thomas 230
Boulware, Regina 197
Boulware, Sheryl Rena 165, 230
Bowlin, Robert Wayne 258
Bowman, Deborah Kay 230
Boyd, Michael A. 258
Boykin, Dean Alan 230
Bradshaw, Mark Alan 107
Brady, Charles Paul 132, 258
Bragg, John M. 258
Branch, Cynthia Carol 197
Branch, Lessie Verona 76, 92, 197
Brandes, Bobby Gainor 197
Braswell, Pamela Jayne 86, 230
Brazzell, Laura Patricia 134, 230
Brazzell, Pamela Ann 114, 197
Brazzle, Sherry Denise 258
Brewton, Barbara Denise 230
Brewton, Ronald 258
Brickman, Susan Gail 230
Brill, Jessica Miriam 91, 238
Brimhall, Tommie Morgan 72,
110, 142, 145, 197
Britt, Gregory Lilley 258
Britt, Jeffrey Dale 198
Broadwell, Robert Seigle 147, 258
Brooks, Arleen Francis 90, 258
Brooks, David Preston 118, 142,
143, 145, 198
Brooks, Dell Loraine 230
Brooks, Paulette 258
Brown, Angela Octavia 113, 198
Brown, Angela Priscilla 198
Brown, Annette 56, 60, 112, 159,
Brown, Charles Lee 258
Brown, David Michael 230
Brown, Delores Laverne 111, 198
Brown, Douglas Rodrick 258
Brown, Joseph Lentz 198
Larry Donnell 72, 73, 111,
142, 143, 144, 145, 171, 198, 249
Brown, Mark Colston 198, 112
Brown, Mary Ann 198
Brown, Richard Lawrence 92, 258
Brown, Roger Nelson 230
Brown, Sherrie Cornellia 91, 258
Brown, Suzanne Marie 133, 258
Brown, Terry Ray 258
Brown, Timothy Leon 147, 258
, William Belton 96, 133,
Browning, Steven B. 259
Buckley, Mary Quinette 137, 198
Buckley, Michael Duane 259
Buffkin, Donna Jo 198
Carter, Sherry Ann 199
Carter, Virginia Katherine 199
Carthran, Vondell M. 145
Casner, Kevin Sefton 199
Cassel, Patsey Ann 199
Caune, Mark Christopher 259
Cauthen, Timothy Barkl 132
CENTRUSA 104, 105
Chambers, Jackie Denise 259
Chambers, Marvin E. 259
Champion, Greg Wilson 259
Chance, Rodney Leon 107, 231
Bufford, Curtis Randolph 198
Bullock, Katherine 230
Bulls, Deborah A. 198
Bulls, Leon E. 259
Bump, Vernon Mike 230
Bunn, Sheryl Lynn 58, 231
Chapman, George Clifford 259
Chappell, Jackie Lee 118, 199
Chappell, Mary Elizabeth 104,231
Chastain, Elizabeth Ann 156, 259
Chastain, Lan'y Dean 231
Chastain, Shari Lynn 89, 103, 199,
Burch, Loretta Jean 115, 231
Burch, William Robert 198
Burke, Karen Annette 138, 231
Burke, Sabrina Denise 198
Burks, Richard Edward 198
Burris, Janet Catherine 92, 198
Burroughs, Marcus Antoin 106,
Burrows, Raymond Malcolm 259
Busker, Raymond 231
BUS DRIVERS 112
BUSINESS EDUCATION 44, 45
Butler, John Wesley 259
Butler, Richard Charlton 231
Byars, Charles Elmer 231
Byers, Bonita Rachelle 91, 259
Byrd, Craig Anderson 115
Cable, Robert Jason 101, 231, 251
Cadmus, Lynn Carol 52, 64, 65,
66, 76, 198, 250
Cadmus, Scott Russell 231, 250,
CAFETERIA STAFF 39
Cagle, Randy Eugene 83, 259
Cagle, Sharon Leigh 128, 134, 135,
Cheek, Tracie Ellen 259
Cheely, Herbert Randolph 259
Chen, Ellen Lan 199
Chen, Peter Tie Sein 259
Cherry, Shirley Denise 259
Chisholm, Darryl Bernard
CHORUS 90, 91
Christenbury, Carol 199
Christenbury, Damon Lee 199
Church, Thomas Jefferson 112
Cirulis, Andrew William 259
Clark, Bobby Donald 259
Clark, Sandy Dee 259
Clark, Wayne Radwin 148, 149,
150, 151, 198
Clary, Teresa Dee 231
Clatterbuck, Frederick Jr. 259
Clayton, Gina Lynn 132, 167, 259
Clayton, Scott Ervin 72, 114, 145,
Clinkscales, Jen'y Carter 259
Clyburn, Theron Glenn Jr. 112,
Corne, Amold 232
Cornell, Katherine Marie 232
Corpening, Janet Lynn 200
Correll, Timothy Ellis 260
Coulson, Steve R. 146, 147, 260
Council, Celia Ellen 200
Courtney, Terri Lynn 260
Cousar, Yvette 114, 200
Covington, Mamie Lee 232
Cox, Michael Anthony 133, 232,
Cox, Reginald John 147, 260
Cox, Ronald Lee 232
Craddock, Susan Ann 96, 104, 200
Craig, Tracy Anetta 94, 200
DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN
Davidson, Stephen Bradfo 232
Davis, Bruce 232
Davis, Carolynn Yvonne 85, 133,
Davis, Charles Thomas 168
Davis, Cheryl Denise 84, 85, 104,
Crawford, Cythia 109, 200
Crawford Diane 260
Crawford Eddie Lodd 114, 200
Crawford Lwcinda 109, 232
, Samuel Thomas 200
, Sylvia Diane 58
Caldwell, Wendy Sue 259
Michael Vincent 154,
Cobb, John Edward 259
Coble, Linda Elaine 260
Cody, Cheryl Ann 123, 138, 231
Crawley, Otey Montgome 260
Ctiswell, Karlton Matthew 260
Crockford, Rebecca Anne 134,
Coello, Francisco Alfred 199
Callicutt, Donald Lee 259
Callihan, Roy Lee 231
Campbell, Arthur Ray 259
Coello, Lillian Carmen 133, 231,
Cohen, Leslie Renee 231
Davis, Donald Charles 201
Davis, Julius Lee 108
, Laura Ann 260
Davis, Linda K. 232
, Lois Dee 103, 201
, Marchaell Louise 260
, Mark Alan 90, 232, 260
Davis, Mark Edward 260
Davis, Michelle 260
Davis, Patricia Lynne 85, 260
Davis, Piper 64, 66, 94, 96, 201
Davis, Robin Delaine 156, 260
Davis, Ronnie Samuel Jr. 260
Davis, Stephanie 232
Davis, Tamara Darlene 232
Davis, Tammie Leigh 85, 114,232
Davis, Teresa Lynn 94, 96, 114,
, James Henry 231
, Robert Lewis 259
, Sandra Faye 113, 114,
Campbell, Vanessa Ann 231
Canipe, Tina Jean 231
Coleman, Beatsy Jr. 231
Coleman, Fredrick Lee 158, 159,
Coleman, Mary Louise 231
Coleman Robert Earl 145 231
Coleman: Willie Andrew 147, 260
Cannon, Cherie 259
Carder, Edward Andrew 259
Carelock, Joyce Ann 231
Carelock, Steven 259
Carlson, Helen Ann 231, 259
Carpenter, Christine M. 199
Carpenter, Daniel James 259
Carpenter, Donna Lynn 231
Carpenter, John Kenneth 142,
143, 144, 145, 159, 231
Carpenter, Wm. Arnold 259
CARROUSEL PRINCESS 63
Carter, Caroline A. 259
Carter, Debra Ann 111, 259
Carter, Glenda Faye 199
, Kimberly Rene 231
Carter, Ricky Lee 259
Coletrane, Janet 199
Coley, Glenda 260
Coley, Regina Ann 90, 260
Collins, Karen Leigh 200
Combs, Barbara Lee 107, 231
CONCERT BAND 125
Conder, Carol Reynolds 132, 260
Connell, Denise Ann 232
Cook, Karen Rose 90, 260
Cooke, James Melvin 149, 232
Cooper, William Riley 260
Copeland, Ronald Charles 232
Corder, Elizabeth Renee 92, 260
Core, James Kevin 63, 146, 147,
Crosby, Darrin 260
Cross, Crystal Belinda 232
Crowder, Kenneth 147, 260
Crump, Larry Scott 232
Crump, Lisa Kaye 260
Cude, Joseph Stanton 94, 95, 145,
Cuffie, Lamona 232
Cullingford, Mary Ann 260
Culpepper, Loveta Faye 260
Cunningham, Calvin 112, 113,200
Cunningham, Marion 260
Cureton, Michael Angela 117, 232
Curlee, David 232
Curlee, Paul 96, 260
Davis, Terri Sue 114, 123, 201
Davis, Tony Wade 260
, Wanda Regina 260
, Wendy Diana 232
, Vin 159, 260
on, Mark 171
ins, Roberta 260
Day, Diana Helm 201
Deal, Cynthia Anne 80, 81, 83,
114, 156, 157, 198, 201, 188
Dean, Robin Ann 96, 232
Dean, Veronica 260
Deberry, Donald Robert 232
Curry, Tracy Lavohn 260
Dagenhart, Frank Jay 200
Dailey, Gwen Elaine 88, 252, 260
Dale, James Marcus 232
Dalton, Joseph 260
Deese, Carol 165
, Cynthia Diane 89
Deese, Cynthia Louise 201
Deese, Michael Jackson 232
, Tobitha Caroline 232
ger, Charles 133, 261
Dalton, William Michael 200
Daniels, Diane 260
Daniels, Mark Gregory 200
Danley, Sandra Jill 260
Darling, Lisa 232
Demby, Emmett Clarence 201
Dennie, Kimberly Ann 201, 89
Dennis, Wanda Jeannine 261
Denton, Forrest Lindsey 201
Dickerson, Randy Jay 201
Index I 315
Diehl, Marion Kim 20, 194
Dillard, Sonja Marie 92, 261
Dimmick, Gaye Brenda 94, 128,
130, 153, 233
Dinh, Hung Nguyen 233
Edelman, Stacey Regina 95, 96,
128, 134, 233
Edge, Michael Keith 261
Edge, Selena Ann 114, 202
, Jacquline 233
Beverly Elizebeth 261
Harold Wayne 201
Marcus Lai Ray 112, 139
Dixon, Ronald Spencer 261
Dixon, Ronald Clark 233
Edwards, Cynthia Louise 202
James Ray 114, 202
Kendall Lane 261
Teresa Ann 233
Eilhelmina112, 113, 202
Elam, Scott Howard 132, 261
Elder, Melissa Dawn 233
Elder, Patricia Ann 202
Dixon, Sherry Ann 261
Dowling, Benerly Amelia 261
Downs, Tracie Ann 233
Drake, Laketa Anne 201
Drake, William Lee 86, 87, 118,
DRAMA 69, 39
DRAMA CLUB 115
Driggers, Jack 233
DRUM MAJORS 120
Drye, Teresa Lynne 261
Dubose, John Henry 261
Dukes, Windy Theresa 109
Duncan, Gary Eugene 201
Eleanor Faye 204
Duncan, Janice Maye 261, 92
Duncan, Michael Scott 201
Duncan, Robert Wesley 201
Duncan Sharon Elaine 261
Dunn, Cavin Eugene 143, 146,
Dunn, Jeffery Edward 261
Dunn, Joni Ellen 61, 63, 72, 100,
159, 184, 185, 200
Dunn, Linda Diane 202
Dunn, Patricia Lynn 114, 202
Dunn, Teresa Diana 109, 202
Dyson, Charles Richard 233
Eaker, Angela Kaye 261
Eargle, Minnick Luther 261
Earle, Donald Edward 202
Earley, Ellen Kay 261
Early, Wendy Lynn 261
Earnhardt, Debroah Lois 96, 233
Easter, Stanley 107, 233
Easter, Sterling Keith 261
Easterling, Phyllis Anita 261
Easterling, Rosacind 202
Easterling, Royln 111
Economos, Christina 233
Elder, Paul Harris 149, 261
Ellenburg, Sandra Jo 233
Elliot, Melanie Ann 261
Ellis, Carl Anthony 109, 233
Ellis, Jeffery Lynn 261
Elmore, Robin Carlyle 233, 261
ENGLISH 25, 26, 27
English, Allen Bernard 233
English, Jane Elizabeth 261
Ervin, Joseph Nelson 261, 168
Estes, Charles Gordon 261
Estridge, Melanie Ann 91, 261
Ethington, Kenneth James 261
Eubanks, Timothy Cooke 145
Eudy, Gwynne Tamara 202
Eudy, Lyndia Joy 80, 82, 167
Ewart, Martha Eugenia 89, 233
Ewing, Darrell Kent 202
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 128
Ezell, Altavia Uvette 261
FACULTY INDEX 312, 313
Fagan, Dawne Marie 233
Fagan, John Leonard 261
Farmer, John 202
Farnsworth, Carol Louise 104,
113, 114, 202
Farnsworth, William Henry 233
Farr, Mikel Daniel 108, 202
Farris, Raymond Napoleon 261
Faulkner, Phyllis 90, 202
Faulkner, Stanley 163, 261
Feeney, Michael 145
Feeney, Timothy Dion 145
Feimster, Yolanda Juetta 261
Ferguson, Michael Worth 234
Ferguson, Robin Jean 202
Ferguson, Wilbert 82, 112, 116,
W' Q4 Q,
Ferree, Van Wayne 202
Ferreir, Ronald Scott 261
Ferreira, Laura Ann 54, 66, 60, 64
Ferrell, Leon Vance 203
Fewell, Angela Denise 261
Fincher, James Dale 261
Finger, Nancey Elizabeth 137,203
Fink, Laurie Ann 261
Fitzsimon, Christopher 64, 73, 77,
Fleming, Edgar Eugene 203
Fleming, Samuel David 147
Fleming, Thomas Andrew 203
Flood, Gwendolyn 234
Flowe, Kevin Alphonse 261
Floyd, Walter Hunter 147, 261
Floyd, William Albert 261
FOOTBALL, J.V. 146-147
FOOTBALL VARSITY 142-145
Forbes, Jack Brown 261
FOREIGN EXCHANGE 52
FOREIGN LANGUAGE 37
Forsyth, Sandra Kay 135, 234
Forte, Steven Robert 261
Fortner, William Leslie 101, 105,
Foster, Charles Kevin 138, 234
Fowler, Amy Lynn 134, 96, 84, 85,
Gales, David Allen 234
Gambill, Brenda Lee 75, 118, 204
Gantt, Andy Marquise 234, 262
Gantt, Carolyn Jane 114, 204
Gantt, Susan Elaine 114, 133, 204
, Anthony Lewis 234
Gardner, Betty Elaine 139, 204
Gardner, Charles Clinton 234, 251
Gardner, Charles Timothy 234
Gardner, Charles Wade 234
Gardner, Dora 262
Gardner, Elizabeth Todd
Gares, Richard 262
GARINGER CL UB 83
Garland, Eva Susan 90, 234
Garner, Berette 137, 204
Garner, Melvin 109
Garner, Tina Elizabeth 114, 234,
Gaston, Mark 234
Gathings, Marilyn Denise 114,
Gathings, Mitzi Arlene 104, 114,
Gavrilis, Maria George 234
Geeck, William Joseph 262
GGS 93, 94, 95
Gibbs, Debra Ann 139, 234
Gibson, Donna Kay 58, 85, 262
James Richard 145, 234
Rene 85, 234
Fowler, Christine Louise 64, 66,
85, 104, 114,203
Fowler, John Edward 148, 149,
159, 256, 262
Fowler, Joseph Kelley 203
Fowler, Patricia Kim 94, 96, 108,
Fowler, Roy Philip 262
316 I Index
Fowler, Sherry Melinda 262
Fowler, Van Harold 203
Foy, James Wesley 234, 253
Foy, Robert Wayne 262
Francis, Robert Harold 168, 203
Francisco, Hortensia D. 203
Francisco, Jose Bonifaci 203
Francisco, Maria Anton 203
Frazier, Arthur Lewis 234
Frazier, Erman Franklin 262
Frazier, Gwen Ophelia 63, 74, 80,
82, 94, 123, 128, 138,203
Frazier, Japana 137, 203
Frazier, Linda Nell 203
Freeman, Elizabeth Jane 90, 262
FRENCH CLUB 132
French, Deborah Lynn 234
Fretz, Steve Ray 203
Frye, David Wayne 104, 114, 138
Frye, Sandra Lynne 104, 203
Frye, Susan Elaine 76, 104, 153,
Fullagar, Sharon Lynette 262
Fullam, James Thomas 101, 204,
Fultz, Karen Eveline 133
Furr, Lori Ann 234
Furr, Ricky Lee 109, 204
Gabrial, Anthony Admies 234
Gabriel, Arltina 234
Gaddy, David Lane 171, 204
Gaddy, Linzeter 234
Gaines, Stephanie 262
Gainey, Darlene 91
Gale, Tina Marie 114, 204
Gibson, Tina Gay 84, 95, 110, 234
Gibson, Tina Marcel 234
Giles, Karen Marie 204
Giles, Lisa Ann 234
Gill, Eddie Allen 114
Gill, Sandra Gay 262
Gilliam, Mable Annette 234
GIRLS ENSEMBLE 89
Gladden, Alesia Baine 262
Gladden, Richard Leon 145, 204
Gleaton, Ronald 262
Glenn, Esther Laurie 96, 262
Glenn, Georgina Leigh 262
Glover, Letittia 262
Goans, Brian Douglas 145, 234
Goble, Edward 204
Goble, Mitzi 204
Godfrey, Johnny Tazio 204
Godwin, David Lynn 95, 234
Godwin, Richard Lee 204
Goforth, Tammy Denise 91, 262
Goins, John McCoy 262
Goins, Melissa Anne 96, 235
Goodrum, Ansley Ruth 235
Goodwin, Lynn Montez 95, 135,
Gordon, Brenda Elaine 235
Gordon, Bruce Rodger 235
Gouch III, Charles Berna 204
Gouch, William Allen 262
GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL 54
Graham, Everett Natonio 262
, Karen Marie 262
, Laura Elizabeth 262
Graham, Patricia Anne 205
Grant, Debra Lynn 262
Grant, Rodney Steve 262
Grant, Timothy Lane 262
Gray, Robert Newton 235
Gray, Susan Leila 205
Green, Gerald Bernard 147, 262
Green, Linda Ann 205, 235
Gina 104, 206
Helms, Michael Alan 236
Helms, Michael Dwayne 236
Helms, Stephanie Ann 236
Helms, Steven Parks 75, 95, 96,
110, 171, 206
Helms, Terry L. 92, 112, 263
Helms, William Christopher 206
Honeycutt, Tony Wayne 263
HONOR SOCIETY 55, 56
Hooks, Rodney Dale 92, 236
Hooper, Leslie Denise 207
Hooper, Wayne 207
Hooper, Willie Dexter 263
Horan, Michael Raymond 91, 94,
95, 148, 149, 207, 252
Greene, Kimberly Dawn 83, 131
Greene, Patsy Annette 115
Greene, Sheri Denise 83, 131
Gregory, Jana Leonora 91, 132
Grice, Deborah Jo 235
Grier, Arnetha Bell 205
Grier, Bartees Leon 143, 145
Grier, Nathaniel 262
Ricky Donnell 262
Robin Ann 205
Thomas Cornelius 114
Griffin, Donna Renee 103, 104
Griffin, Joseph Robert 262
, Kevin Heath 235
, Laura Ann 89, 132, 235
, Leslie Kim 135, 153, 235
, Sharon Rose 235
Hardman, Ronald Christia 149
Hardock, Annette Marie 115, 138
Harmon, Harold Francis 235
Harmon, Jeffrey Alan 235
Harmon, Kenneth Edward 74
104, 109, 205
Harper, Colonel Brondus 263
Harrell, Angela Lovette 96, 111
Harrell, Etta Lavern 206
Harrell, Mary Denise 235
Helton, Amelia Celeste 236
Henderson, Ellen Beirne 75, 94,
95, 122, 206
Henderson, Eunice Beirne 75, 94,
Henderson, George 109, 206
Henderson, Judy Lee 263
Henderson, Lula Bell 112, 113,
Henderson, Pamala Ann 207
Hendrix, James 107, 207
Henley, Dennis Wade 118, 207
Henrich, Wendy Lou 236
Herny, Joseph Bradley 90
Herndon, Mary Amanda 263
Herron, Denise Ann 133, 263
Hicklen, Melissa Anita 236
Hicks, Joe Lee Jr. 236
Hicks, Steven Malloy 236
1-licks, Terri Lynn 96, 263
Higginbotham, Susan Lynn 132,
Higgins, Alan Stuart 207
Higgins, David Scott 92, 236
Hildreth, Kelly A. 207
Hildreth, Thomas Gregory 236,
Hill, Angela Renee 263
Horne, Wanda Ellen 60, 109, 207
Horne, David Wayne 236
Horne, Denise Marie 89, 110, 207
Horne, Ellen Anne 236
Horne, Wendy Lynn 92, 207
Horne, Wyley Steven 237
Horton, Bryant Austin 237
Horton, Sharon Rebecca 104, 113,
Hoskins, Albert Arnell 263
Houck, Karl Kevin 237
Hough, Nancy Louise 70, 104,
House, Kenneth Lee 54, 55, 64,
Howard, Bobby Joe 237
Howard, Earl A. 262
Howard, Stephen R. 145, 263
Howell, Jack Doyle 208
Howell, William D. 264
Howze, Angela Renee 264
Hucks, Terrie Annette 92, 208
Hudson, Ethel Reen 264
Hudson, Jeannette 89, 237, 252
Hudson, Mary Sue 208
Hudspeth, Mark Steven 145, 237
Guest, Tracy Lane 262
Guill, Darrell L. 235, 262
Gulledge, Cyril Long 64, 66, 205
, Natalie Gay 85, 263
Chanya Legrant 115, 263
Felice Rochelle 235
Harris, Jeffery Alan 251, 206
Harris, Lynn Rae 235
Harris, Patricia Ann 91, 167, 263
Harris, Susan Alice 56, 94, 122
Harris, Vernon Emanuel 206
Hill, Samaria Elaine 263
Hill, Vicki Pamela 263
Hill, Wanda Kay 236
Hilton, Regina Lynne 207
Hilton, Stanley Scott 263
, Alice Marie 83, 102, 137,
Huffstetler, Judith Gail 85, 237
Hughes, Bobby Lee 137, 208
Hughes, Clifford Allen 264
Hughes, Linda Karen 86, 86, 92,
Hughes, Richard Raymond 264
Hughes, Sherri Lynn 90
Hinson, Ellen Irene 263
Hinson, Jeffrey Lewis 263
Gulledge, Peggy Lynn 165, 262
Haga, Kenneth Michael 262
Hager, David Lyndon 107, 262
Hager, Raeford Lynn 235
Hager, Randy Leroy 235
Hailey, Cheryl Lynn 205
Hailey, Vernon 235
Melanie Ann 263
Hall, Edward Lee 108, 205
Hall, Lisa Darlene 235
Hall, Richard Brian 132, 205, 235
Hamlett, Thomas Dee 263
Hammontree, Billy G. 110, 145,
Hamrick, Kim Laverne 114, 205
Hamrick, Songene 263
Haney, Timothy Wayne 106, 205
Hanline, Mark Clifton 146, 147,
Hardee, Candy Ann 263
Hardee, Joy Lynne 62, 64, 66, 85,
103, 120, 137, 132, 205
Hardee, Tammy Kay 114, 152,
153, 165, 205
Hardin, Craig Winfred 145, 238
Harding, April Renee 263
Harding, Karen Alane 165, 235
Hardman, Robin Renee 96, 263
Harrison, Carolyn Denise 263
Hart, Alfred Alonzo 147, 263
HARVARD BOOK AWARD 55
Harwell, Kelly 206
Haslam, Catherine Arline 236
Haslam, Cynthia Ann 114, 206
Hastings, Karen Sue 236
Hathaway, Danny Lee 236
Hathaway, David Loyd 236
Hawes, Donna Maria 263
Hawkins, Brain Everett 63, 206
Hawkins, Walter Ruel 263
Hawley, Sherrill C. 206
Hayes, Doris Yvonne 263
Hayes, Janet Lee 56, 73, 95, 100,
128, 159, 206, 184
Haynes, Hedy Leigh 96, 130, 134,
Haynes, Jody Lynn 58, 89, 96,
130, 135, 136, 235
Haywood, Jarrietta Felicia 89,236
Head, Mary Catherine 80, 82, 206
Head, Tommy Lee 236
Heatherley, Patrica Ann 133, 263
Heaton, Richard Paul 147, 263
Heck, Christopher 206
Hendrick, Carla Lee 206
Heine, Lee Abbott 236
Helms, Chris 118
Helms, Cynthia 236
Hinson, Jerald Eugene 236
Hinson, Rhonda Darlene 263
Hinson, Robin 263
Hinson, Toy Brent 204, 207
Linda Ruth 207
HISTORY 29, 30, 31
Hoagland, Dowanda Ann 92
Hoffman, Alan Scott 96, 145, 236
Hoffman, Donald Michael 236
Hoffman, Mart Loraine 132, 263
Hoffmann, Brian Campbell 236
Holcomb, Shirley Marie 263
Holden, Joel Malcolm 263
Holden, Tammy Marie 86, 95, 207
Holden, Trina Marlene 263
Holder, James Vortiman 116, 145,
Holland, James 158, 159, 207
Hollars, William Sandifer 207
Hollis, Donna Cheri 263
Holmes, Gretchen Juanita 263
Holmes, Kenneth McCray 145,
Holmes, Kevin Wayne 52, 64, 65,
66, 96, 145, 207
Holmes, Marie 135
Holston, Dennis Maichael 207
HOMECOMING 56, 57
HOME ECONOMICS 48
Hulsey, Melinda Frances 208
Humphries, Melanie Dawn 237
Huneycutt, Kimberly Ann 114,
Hunt, Gregory Lynn 264
Hunt, Regina Faye 116, 237
Hunter, Brenda Kaye 208
Hunter, Carolyn Joyce 236
Hunter, Julius Redford Jr. 116,
Hunter, Micheal A. 106, 208
Hunter, Verlene 109
Huntley, Stephanie Pat 74, 118,
122, 208, 264
Hurt, John T. 159, 264
Hutchison, Sharon Lynne 264
Hyatt, Alan Keith 83, 264
lllingworth, James Edgar 117, 264
Ilsley, Michelle Roxanne 103, 133,
Inman, Teresa Kay 237
lvester, Christine Amanda 237
Ivey, James 264
Ivie, Pamela Jean 104, 165, 208
Jackson, Byron Neal 154, 155,264
Daren M. 264
, Darla Ann 114
Jackson, Deborah Jeanette 113,
Jackson, Garland Louis 96, 112,
Index X 317
,J N1 ,
David Neal 238
King, George Belk 238
King, Jeffery Eugene 210
Sandra Kay 58, 186, 265
Kingsley, Sue Kimberly 210
Kirby, Tamara Lyn 238
Kirkpatrick, Jeffrey 101, 210
Kirkpatrick, Patricia Lynn 238
Kiser, Debra Jean 210
Kiser, Keith 265
Kiser Kelly 133, 265
Kiser, Lora Ann 210
Kiser, Roger Alonzo 210
Kiser Scott Walker 238
Kiser Tamera Jean 53, 73, 152,
Kiser, Wanda Gail 265
Kiser, William Henry Jr. 67, 210
Lewis, Ricky 266
Lewis, Tamara Lynne 266
LIBRAR Y 24
William A. 239
eborah Lynn 239
Lindsay, Jeffrey William 92, 117,
, Kim Marie 211
Lindsay, Neena Gaye 104, 136,
Lindsey, Andrienne Rebecca 211
Lineberger, Lisa Virginia
Liner, Janine 115
Lingle, Susan Elaine 103, 132,239
Linker, Benjamin Kenneth 90, 137
Lippard, Amy Carole 88, 211, 251,
Jackson, Julia Lee 237
Jackson, Linda Ann 237
Jackson, Marolyn Kae 90, 112,
115, 138, 237
Jackson, Mitchell 264
Jackson, Randy Paul 112, 237
James, Elizabeth Ashe 95, 123,
James, Kevin Arnaz 237
James, Thomas Edward 237
Jarrell, Charles Edward 237
Jenkins, Anthony Stuart 209
Jensen, Shawn Henry 139, 237
Jeter, Cynthia Ruth 237
Jones, Shonah Jeanne 238
Jones Tammie Lynn 139, 238
Jones, Thomas Wallace 137, 209
Jones, Thomas Woodard 232
Jones Tiffney, Charmain 265
Jones, Varnessa 265
Jett, Loretta 264
Jewell, Marcella 209
Jiminez, Garrett Charles 115, 264
Johns, Carol Ann 114, 209
Bernice 80, 236
Carolyn Lynn 138, 165
Johnson David Lee 264
Johnson, Dejuana Lynn 264
Johnson Denise Lynne 264
Johnson, Franklin Delano 159, 264
Johnson Jacqueline Elaine 264
Johnson Jeffrey 237
Johnson, Julie Ronel 264
Johnson Meg Eileen 114, 237
Johnson Melinda Geanel 138
Johnson Natatshka 264
Johnson Patricia Ann 264
Johnson Penny Simone 209
Johnson Scotty Bernard 264
Johnson Sheri 264
Johnson Susie Gaye 137, 209
Johnson Thomas Eugene 264
Johnston, David Mark 209
Johnston, William Lee 157, 209
Jolly, Eric Shawn 209
Jones, Annette 264
Jones, Brenda Gayle 133, 264
Jones, Cedric Hughes 145, 237
Jones, Charles 264
Jones, Frances Kay 185, 209
Jones, Joy Marie 237
Jones, Kimberley Dale 58, 104
Jones, Larry Lawrence 265
Jones, Lois Lougenia 92, 209, 253
Jones, Melissa 238, 265
Jones, Ralph Martin 209
Jones, Ruth Ann 265
318 I Index
Jones, William Craig 264
Jordan, Mary Jane 114, 209
Jordan, Roger Jeffery 209
Jourdan, Jonthan Paul 265
Jourdan, Patricia Louise 64, 209,
Joyner, Bruce Cone 133, 137, 209,
Joyner, Larry Douglas 265
JROTC 97, 98, 99
Judd, Secelia Verone 115
Junkins, Leigh Anne 85, 132, 265
Jurgenson, Beth Ann 238
Karam, Edward George 96, 145,
Karam, Gergory Neal 96, 146, 147,
Karnazes, David John 96, 149, 265
Karras, Tina M. 265
Kee, John Harlan 265
Keeter, Lee Ann 64, 114, 138,209
Kelbaugh, Calvin Scott 238
Kelley, Albert Alonzo 158, 159,
Kelley, Rita Le'Chon 115, 268
Kendall, David 238, 265
Kennedy, Henry James 238
Kenny, Diane Elizabeth 67, 72, 81,
82, 94, 95, 123,209
Kenny, Jeffrey Patrick 238
Kersey, Lee Grant 265
KEY CLUB 100, 101
KEYETTES 102, 103
Keziah, Kimberly Faith 265
Keziah, Randy Curtis 265
Keziah, Robin Renee 265
Kidd, Deborah Kay 210
Kidd, Richard Selver 118, 210
Kiker, Carol Ann 210
Kiker, Mark Wesley 265
Killough, Robert Andrew 133, 265
Kimball, Kenny Ray 118, 210
Kimble, David Michael 238
Kimmons, Tonna Marisa 282
Kinard, Phillip Otis 145
Kisiah, Walter Stokes 114, 210
Kissiah, Kenneth Russell 154,
Klutz, Dana Sue 89, 96, 132, 134,
Klyn, John Willem 83, 85, 86, 132,
Knight, Gregory David 210
Knight, Tammie Ranee 109, 210
Koucouliotes, Joane 117, 232
Krider, Boyd Edward 154, 155,
Krider, Loretta 265
Kuck, Christopher Andrew 145,
Kuck, Michael Todd 265
Kunkle, Alton Jay 80, 145, 238
Kunz, Patricia Rose 265
Lajoie, Fred Arthur 238
Lam, Hoa Thvy Thi 265
Lamb, David Olin 138
Lamb, Kelly Louise 265
Lamb, Robert Wayne 265
Lancaster, Samuel Jerry 265
Land, David Allen 238
Land, Virginia Eleanor 265
Lane, Leta Ann 83, 137, 238
Laney, Gerald Ray 265
Langford, Carl Gene 238
Langford, Christopher Ray 210
Lanier, Janine Michelle 238
Lassiter, Christopher Ray 114
Laster, Christopher 210, 238
Laster, Nancy Lorraine 265
Latimer, Adrienne Denise 145,
Law, Jerald 108, 210
Law, Terese Elaine 238
Lawing, Tima Lynne 81, 82, 115,
Layton, John Randall 108, 210
Layton, John Timmerman 238
Leach, Jerry Dale 137, 211
Leake, Beverly Ann 266
Lee, Brenda Ruth 238
Lee, Steven Micah 75, 158, 159,
Lee, Wayne Harvey 211
Lefler, Susan Elizabeth 265
Legrand, Karen Ann 211
Leopard, Danny Ray 95, 96, 238
LETTERGIRLS 121, 122, 123
Levesque, Patricia 238
Levins, Donna Marie 67, 165, 211
Levins, Lucille Virginia 265
Lewis, Aaron Timothy 145, 211,
Little Doris Mae 266
Little, Howard Roosevelt 147
Little, Lorraine Kay 211
Little, Mary Betts 138, 239
Little, William Hall Jr. 138, 239
Lively, Dennis Anthony 266
Lockey, Denise Lorraine 109, 239
Lockhart, Edward 266
Lockhart, Peggy Marie 114
Lockhart, Ruby Mae 111, 211
Loflin, Tonya Delores 211
Logan, Jennifer Marie 266
Long, Joy Anne 137, 239
Long, Kent Furman 147, 266
Long, Ray Bernard 239
Lorick, Sabrina 211
Loukos, Michael 148, 239
Love, Aaron Franklin 239
Love, Donnie Ray 211, 168
Kenneth Russell 266
Sherry Charlene 239
Lovett, Charles 239
Low, Heidi Lynn 62, 211
Low, Jennifer McClean 109, 239
Lowder, Benita Frances 67, 211
Lowder, Benjamin Benoit 239
Lowe, Joann 239
Loyd, Barbara 266
Luckey, Chandra 239
Luckie, Michael Allen 96, 239
Luther, Julia Edith 105, 114, 115,
Lynam, Cathy Anne 266
Lynch, Harvey Ray 266
Lynch, Mark Allen 266
Lytle, Debra Ann 211
Mack, William Bernard 266
Maddox, Robirene 102, 122, 132,
Maney, Mike 266
Maney, Walter Eugene 101, 211
Mann, Kellee 239
Manning, Chuck Tereny 212
MARCHING BAND 124
Markley, Susan Beth 212
Marley, Laurin Blair 60, 81 , 82, 92,
Marti, Vicki Lynn 266
Martin, Juanita Ruth 72, 81 , 82, 95,
156, 157, 212
Martin, Melinda Patrice 83, 89,
Martin, Rodney Darryl 239
Martin, Ronald Dale 239
Martin, Sherry Darlene 239
Martin, Shirley Elaine 89
Marus, Laura 132, 266
Mason, James Derek 120, 132,
Mason, Peter Craig 212
Mason, Willie Ruth 138, 212
Massey, Ladara Kay 1 13, 114, 212
Massey, Leigh Ann 114, 240
Massey, Ricky Mason 212
Matsik, Mary Louise 53, 54, 64,
66, 83, 103, 137,212,250
Matthews, Janine Carroll 240
Matthews, Jo Ann 240
Mauldwin, Alice Elizabeth 266
Maxwell, Christopher 240
Mayhew, Cecelia Rosaly
Maynard, Paula Jean 54, 64, 66,
81, 82, 83,102, 137,212
McAlister, Andrew Haile 212
McAlister, Suzanne 240
McAlpine, Debbie Leah 92, 212
McCain, Kenneth Louis 266
McCalpin, Preston A. 92
McCellan, Debra Ann 212
McClain, Dominique 165, 153,
135, 104, 240
McClendon, John 266, 240
McCollum, Cynthia Elai 266
McConnell, Daniel Wayne 145,
McCoy, Bonne Gretchen 266, 132
McCrary, Tina Kae 240
McCreery, Sandra Jean 266, 132
McCroskey, Ronald Dean 115
McCroskey, Susan A. 266, 91
McCullough, Cynthia Lynn 184,
185, 212, 53, 159, 73
McCullough, Sharon 266
McCullough, Stacy E. 184, 212,
159, 137, 94, 76
McDaniel, Aubey Anne 266
McDaniel, Kevin Stuart 145, 212
McDaniel, Michael G. 240
McDonald, Wendy Louise 212
McDow, Catherine 240
McDuffle, Mark Steven 159, 240
McDuffle, Patricia Karen 266
McElveen, Sandra Darlene 212
McElveen, Teddy Milburn 266
McFarland, Todd Bernard 266
McGalliard, Shirley D. 114, 213
McGee, Jeffrey Allan 109
McGill, Victoria Belle 266
McGinnis, Pamela 115,133,266
McGowen, Janine Cheryl 240
Miller, Mary Delores 266
Miller, Randell Delane 266
Miller, Robin Lynne 266
McGrant, David Lynn 213
McGraw, David Earl 266
McGuirt, Jeff 266
Mcllwain, Donna Christine 213
Mclnnis, Brenda 240
Mclntosh, Justine Marie 266
McKee, Robert Marion 213
McKee, Terry Wayne 90, 266
McKinney,Benjamin Frank 81,
McKinnon, Darrell Joseph 266
McKnight, Brian Leslie 240, 266
McKnight, Lissa Marie 115
McLean, Mary Monica 240, 266
McManus, Glenn Charles 240
McManus, Jerleen 114, 213
McManus, Ray Howard 240
McManus, Stuart W. 240
McNair, Joe Nathan 241
Miller, Sandra Coletta 213
Mills, Cheryl Tresa 266
Mills, James David 64, 67, 213
Milstead, Kelly Lyne 90, 266
Milstead, Kelly Lyne 90, 266
Milstead, Susan E, 102, 213
Mingo, Little Willie 146, 147, 168,
MISS BLUE AND GRAY 62
Mitchell, Faye Tinnie 92, 137,213
Mixon, Valerie Denise 266
Mobley, Alexa Charles 110, 214
Mobley, Crystal Joy 62, 89, 135,
Mobley, Linda Ann 241
Moffltt, Karen Denise 214
Moffltt, Kimberly Diane 109, 241
Montague, Penney Lynne 109,214
Montgomery, Jeffery 70, 266
Neal, Andrea Denise 214
Neal, Dawn Elizabeth 268
Neal, Karen Michelle 268
Neely, Nikita Laverne 268
Newbold, William 100, 101, 102,
Newell, Donna Lee 104, 114, 214
Newell, Lisa Lynn 88, 92
Newell, Robin Ealiane 110, 214
Newman, Annie Marier 215
Nolan, William Chris 215
Norman, William Joseph 268
Norris, Ronald Jay 215
Norwood, Richard 268
Nussman, John Monroe 268
Oakley, Donald Frank 91, 268
OFFICE ASSISTANTS 138
Ofsonka, Rebecca Faye 268
O'Leary, Linda 103, 114, 215
Oliver, Deborah Ann 215
ORIENTATION 42, 43
McNally, Linda Catherine 32, 241
McRae, Laverne Denise 266
McRae, Yvette 212
McSwain, Tina Renee 153, 266
Meador, Robbie Lynne 81, 82,
Meadows, Cora Delores 266
Medley, Roy Anthony 266
Medlin, Danny Flecther 266
Medlin, Keith Floyd 101, 96, 148,
Melton, Deborah Lynn 266
Melton, Donna Louise 213
Melton, Teresa L. 266
Merritt, Steven Dale 240
Mesaros, James 266
Metcalf, Thomas R. 266
Michie, Anna Melinda 253, 266
Miller, Carl E. 266
Miller, Carolyn Denise 213
Miller, Catherine 266
Miller, Christopher Wayne 145,
Miller, Danette Elizabeth 213
Miller, Deborah Ann 266
Miller, Donald Lee 241
Miller, Frances Levette 114, 241
Miller, Francine Dorothy 241
Miller, Frank Clifton 241
Miller, Janet Lynne 213
mery, Randall 241
Mike Gene 132, 266
Bobby Carroll 266
Charlotte Gayle 241
Debra Lynn 241
Moore, Douglas Wayne 214
Moore, James Michael 241
Moore, Otis George 241
Moore, Phillip Wayne 106
Moore, Rhonda Sharelle 214
Moore, Jeff 267
Moore, Vernon Franchot 267
ead, Pansila Loret
MOREHEAD SCHOLARS 67
Moragne, Deborah Ann 267
Morcock, Elizabeth Annelle 67,
120, 153, 214
, Ernest 267
, Gary Lee 267
Morgan, Kelly Richard 149, 267
, Mark Olen 267
, Paul Allen 241
, Tanya Paulette 267
Deborah Lynn 214, 267
Gary Wayne 241
Janice Renee 214
Morrison, Tamara Leigh 104, 241
Audrey Laine 214
Linda Joy 214
Moser, Mark Andrew 64, 101,214
Tammie Darlene 138, 214
Moss, Mary Elizabeth 137, 214,
Moss, Mary Frances 137, 241
Moss, Sharon Annette 241
Mouchet, Maurice 267
Mullen, Mary Hazel 267
Mulligan, Sheila Ann 90, 267
Mullis, James Calvin 214
Mumford, Wayne Carroll 91, 268
Murphy, Jeffery Brian 241
Murphy, Lenny Wayne 268
Myer, Thomas Bernard 268
Nance, Amy Dorothy 132, 214
Nance, Ray Jr. 268
Nash, Christopher Martin 70, 92,
Nasrallah, Talaat 52
NATIONAL MERIT 53
NATIONAL MERIT FOR OUT-
Osbone, Donald 268
John Harold 215
Overcash, Elizabeth 268
Overcash, Jackie 215
Overstreet, Donna Lynn 68, 85
Catherine Anne 56, 67, 123,
Ozmore, Linda Kay 132, 268
Page, Howard Sherwood 268
Page, Phillip Shelton 215
Painter, Debbie Carol 268
Painter, Michael Lynn 268
Pandey, Dipti 242
Parker, Curt 268
Parker, Gary Wayne 268
Parker, Janice Elaine 137
Parker, Rhonda Carol 268
Parker, Terry Lynn 137, 215
Parker, Toni Gayle 215
Parker, Wilton Kirk 268
Parks, Bryan Lithelle 268
Parks, James Newton 268
Parrott, Marshall Scott 64, 66, 96,
101, 150, 215
Parrott, Steven Marion 149, 268
Parsons, Deborah Ann 268
Pastrona, Sandra 132
Pate, Lynda Carol 96
Pauling, Gerald 242
Maria Eva 268
Payne, Cynthia Hovis 268
Pearce, Jimmy Derek 242
Pearce, Karen Jean 89, 242
Pearson, Anita Louise 104, 215
Pearson, Debra Ann 268
Pegram, John Clifton 215
Pender, Cathy Ann 115
Pendleton, Dana Lynn 242
Pepper, Donna Renee 85, 112, 242
Peralta, Edward Steve 242
Perrault, Douglas W. 149, 215
Perry, Deborah 268
Denise Ann 268
Herbert Fitzgerald 147, 268
Kenneth Tarleton 242
Peterson, Charles 80, 100, 101,215
Petrea, Kent Lamar 242
Petrea, Reginald Dane 268
Petrea, Rosemary Lynn 268
Anthony Steven 215
Lynn Michelle 268
Don Rico 108
Ethel Louise 111, 215
Index f 319
Phifer, Joseph Steven 243
Phillip, Edward Poe 216
Phillippi, Douglas E. 215
Phillips, Wanda Gail 243
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 41
Piellucci, Teresa Diane 215
Piellucci, Troy Alan 268
Pierce, Carol Elizabeth 133, 135,
Pigford, Eric Todd 109
Pinnell, William Dennis 138, 216
Pleasants, Darlene Louanne 268
Plott, Dawn Leigh 94, 135, 243
Plumley, Elizabeth Carol 268
Poe, Philip Edward 108, 216
Polson, Janice Marie 216
Polson, Lisa Renae 268
Ponce, Cira Encanasion 243
Poole, Mark Thomas 216
Pope, Margie Annette 114, 243
Pope, Martha Elaine 243
Pope, Mary Elizabeth 243
Pope, Robin Bernice 268
Pope, Terry Elizabeth 268
Poplin, Bonita Ann 268
Poplin, Cathy Lynn 243
Porter, Angela 133
Porter, Christopher Lee 268
Porter, Peggy Louise 133, 268
Poteat, Lisa Ann 89, 243
Pourlos, Chris 101, 216
Pourlos, George Jimmie 133, 147,
Powers, Mike 139
Powers,Tony Marvin 90, 100, 101,
139, 216, 248
Prather, Sylvia Jean 243
President, Lasandra 62, 216
President, Regina Danette 243
Pressley, Billy Joe 243
Pressley, Douglas Shannon 216
Pressley, Johnny Ray 268
Pressley, Tammy Denise 90, 268
Price, Chery Leigh 268
Price, David Alan 115
Price, Michael Wendell 139, 243
Pride, Phillip Arrica 114, 243
Pride, Renee Eugenice 268
Pritchard, Tammy Lee 112, 117,
PROJECT ARIES 139
Pugh, Angela Kelly 114, 216
Purser, Kimberly Grey 269
Purvis, Steven Leroy 96, 106, 215
Putnam, Margaret Ann 83, 89, 243
Putnam, Barbara 243
Putnam, Mark Adam 216
Pyatt, Donald 92, 145, 243
Pyles, John Wesley
Queen, Nancy Annette
Quick, Kimery Michelle 155, 269
RADIOI 116, 117
RADIO? 118, 119
Raiff, Donna Louise 91, 269
Rainwater, Katherine 96, 104, 243
Ramsey, Jeffrey Ford 64, 66, 101,
Rape, Lynn Howard 216
Rape, Mary Melissa 216
Ray, Jodi 216
Ray, Susanne L. 85, 88, 89, 243
Raylield, Jamie Arlene
Raymer, Roger Alexander 149,
320 I Index
Raymer, Floyd William 75, 216
Reap, Pamela Elizabeth 90, 269
RED CROSS 130-131
Redfern, Dorene 243
Redfern, Jacqueline 269
Redmond, Thomas Eugene 269
Reece, Sallie Lynn 243
Reed, Lisa Lynn 88, 92, 132, 269
Reel, Carolymn Deloris 269
Register, Joseph Edward 269
Reid, Kutyna Renee 85
Reid, Ollie 70, 114
Renaud, Albert Lee 81, 82, 243
Renfrow, Linda 92, 104, 138, 167,
Revels, Lisa Jean 269
Reynolds, Teresa Dyann 243
Rhyne, Kimberly Jean 269
Rice, Tony 109, 243
Richards, Michael Scott 216
Richards, William 217
Richardson, Melody Ann 59, 184,
185, 188, 243
Richie, Cynthia Kay 135, 243
Riggs, Toni Marie 243
Riley, Richard Allen 76, 145, 217
Rinck, Rhonda 89, 132, 243
Rion, Tracy Marie 55, 72, 94, 96,
110, 170, 184,217
Ripley, Lance Neal 243
Ritchie, Ned Stephen 168, 243
Rivers, Derrick 92, 217
Roach, Ross Randolph 269
Robbins, Hezzie Eugene 217
Roberts, Brian Leon 86, 87, 217
Robertson, Jeffrey Neal 55, 64, 72,
Robinson, Charles Michael 269
Robinson, Dorrine 243
Robinson, Kathy Ann 243, 244
Robinson, Leo Jackie 91
Robinson, Melissa Lee 96, 269
Robinson, Mike 146
Robinson, Susan Kay 113, 114,
Robinson, Theresa Ellen 269
Rockman, Belinda 104, 217
Rockman, Robert Nathan 244
Rodgers, Laurie Ruth 217
Rogers, Eric Rodney 217
Rogers, William Jeffrey 145, 217
Rorie, Charles Bernard 269
Rorie, Timothy Edward 111, 217
Rorie, William Charles 269
Rose, Frederick Douglas 112, 244
Rose, Tammy Lynn 217
Ross, Ann Marie 90
Ross, Phyllis Renee 269
Ross, Ray Thomas Jr. 96, 244
Ross, Roosevelt Jr. 269
Ross, Steven Douglas 269
Rudisill, Richard Franklin 107,217
Rumph, Amy Jacqueline 67, 104,
Rumph, Charles Andrew 139, 244
Russell, Michael Coker 269
Rutledge, Nathan Dean 269
Ryan, Patricia Marie 85, 89, 131,
Saadeh, Jameela Irene 269
Salem, John Michael 244
Salem, Regina Lynn 110, 269
Salter, Jeffery Lynn 269
Samuel, Willie Mai 269
Shirkey, Eric Thompson 218
Shoemaker, William Eric 269
Shook, Terry Thomas 269
Donna Leigh 218
Leslie Lynne 85, 244
Simmons, Lucille E. 269
Simmons, Mark Timothy 244
Simmons, Terri Lynne 114, 218
Simpson, Margaret Ann 269
Simpson, Sheila Jeanne 244
Sinclair, Janice Dean 269
Singleton, Sadie Bell 244
Siozos, Efstathia 244
SKI CLUB 96
QS, M., ., ,Aww
Samuels, Ralph Alexander 269
Sanders, Billy 218
Sanders, Adell 60, 217
Sanders, Debra 269
Sanders, Glenn E. 269
Sanders, Laura Louise 216
Sanders, Tamara Lee 91, 269
Sanders, Thomas Edward 244
Venita Michelle 244
Sandifer, James Bradley 269
Sanger, Kyle Hampton 269
Sansing, Alan William 269
Scarbrough, William Scott 92,
Scarth, Deborah Lee 269
SCIENCE 33, 34
Schipman, Benjamin Samuel 244
Schweiger, Edward Joseph 244
SCOREBOARD 190, 191
Scott, Paulette Denise 269
Seate, John Barry 142, 143, 145,
Seate, Rodney Dale 269
Seibles, Valerie Volande 218
Sellers, Allen James 244
Sellers, Raeford Louise 92
SENIOR BEA UTIES 60
SENIOR STATISTICS 305-311
SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 72-77
Seriff, Donald William 112, 132,
Sessoms, Charlena Denise 269
Shaia, Michael Thomas 244
Sharp, Michael Lelon 269
Sharpe, Wayne Scott 269
Shaver, Linda Jeanne 269
Slacum, Robert William 269
Small, Joe Perry 244
Amelia Alta 104, 218
Anthony Darrell 219
Billy Neal 269
Smith, Christina 89, 115, 135
Smith, Cynthia G. 244
Smith, Dawn 269
Smith, Dina Gayle 81, 82, 219
Smith, Donald Ray 106
Smith, Douglas Dean 244
Smith, Ellen Marie 105, 219
, Ethelrine 244
Smith, Glorius Elaine 270
Smith, Heather Dorothea 157, 270
Smith, lda Christine 137, 270
Smith, Ivory Bernard
Smith, Kelly 270
Smith, Judy 219
Smith, Kristina Kay 156, 244
Smith, Lamonda Jean 270
Smith, Linda Kay 80, 103, 219
Smith, Lorna L. 67, 104, 219
Smith, Lynda Leigh 67, 82, 156,
Smith, Mark Allen 219
Smith, Mark Emil 138
Smith, Martha Jo 270
, Melissa Lee 244
, Melody Lynne 244
Smith, Michale Vernon 108, 219
Smith, Peggy Elizabeth 115
Smith, Phyllis Ann 270
Smith, Renee 270
Smith, Robert Lodis 219
Smith, Roderick Courtney 270
Smith, Sherri Lee 219
Smith, Sherry Selene 74, 104, 219
, Terri Lynn 138, 104, 219
, Cindy Elaine 269
Shaw, James Alexander 218
Shaw Jeffrey William 269
Shaw Stanley Gilbert 72, 218
Shaw, Susan Denise 244
Shermetta, Michael L. 118, 218
Sherrill, Pamela Denise 269
Sherron, Sheila Renee 104, 114,
Shiffler, Linda 103, 134, 218
Shine, Barbara Ann 218
Shine, Donald Ray 218
Smith, Todd Eugene 110, 171,219,
SNIPS AND CUTS 81, 82
Song, Hae Kyong 92, 219
Song, Tae Kyong 219
Song, Un Ju 219
SOPHOMORE BEA UTIES 58
Sorenson, Tonja Lynn 270
Sosa, Fernando Augusto 73, 135,
Southerland, Susan Carol 85, 244
Sowell, Kathryn Lee 219
Spainhour, Anne Katherin 89,
SPANISH CLUB 133
Spearman, Wayne Madison 133,
SPECIAL EDUCATION 28
Springer, Lisa Melanie 137, 220
John Edward 107, 244
Springs, Lionel 270
Spurrier, Linda Gay 220
Stamey, Beverly Ann 115
Stamey, Debra Karen 114, 220
Stanley, Julia Dianne 94, 96, 220
Starnes, Donald Ellis Jr. 111,220
Starnes, Joyce Lee 270
Starnes, Margaret Ellen 270
Starnes, Michael 244
Starnes, Patricia Lynn 109, 244
Starnes, Phillip Daniel 220
Starnes, Robert Floyd 270
Staten, Delores Jane 270
Steadman, Kenneth Doyle 244
Steele, Anthony 244
Steele, Ernestine 270
Sweatt, Charles Alexander 246
Sweet, Julie Ann 95, 96, 131, 220
Swett, Deborah Leigh 270
Swindell, Melanie Renee 92, 220
SYMPHONIC BAND 127
Tan, Cathy Grace 246
Tarleton, Donna Lynn 221
Tarleton, Julian David 145, 246
Tarlton, Kristal Leigh 270
Tate, Leslie Diane 96, 113, 221
Taylor, Ben Vincent Jr. 246
Taylor, Pamela Cheryl 64, 66, 105,
Taylor, Peggy Regina 270
Taylor, Richard John 96, 246
Turner, Sam 271
Twitty, Walter Whitman 112, 145
Unger, Sylvia 112, 221
Valentine, Bessie Ann 86, 89, 246
Vanderburg, Tamera Lee 221
Vanderburg, Terri Lynn 247
Vandiver, Beatrice 247
Vandyke, Carolyn Sue 107
VICA-AUTO MECHANICS 108
VICA-MACHINE SHOP 106
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 46,
VOLLEYBALL, GIRLS 152, 153
Wade, Edward Barry 271
Wagoner, Robert Edwin 171, 221
Robert Kent 271
Russell Price 247
White, Rusty Donald 149,247
Whitley, John Stanley 247
Witman, Kellie Elizabeth 132, 247
Whitmire, Wendy 252
Whittington, Amy Marie 90, 271
Wike, Mary Lynn 133, 271
WILDCAT CL UB 84-85
Steele, Teresa Ann 220
Stegall, Deborah Gay 270
Stegall, Marley Rand 147, 270
Stemple, Julie Ann 244
Teague, John Pleas 145, 221
Teague, Ophelia Suzanne 221
Teague, Terry 96, 117, 131, 134,
TEEN BOARD 136
Teeter, Brenda Elizabeth 221
TENNIS, BOYS 182-183
Bryon 154, 155
Stevens, Keith Tyrell 270
Stephens, Donald Edward 244
Stephens, Susan Faye 244
Kevin Lee 244, 250
Stevens, Timothy Michael 244
, Tyrone 244
Steverson, Joan Bedell 88, 92, 244
, Deloris Elaine 270
, Gracie Luvenia 220
Stewart, Gwendolyn 220
Stewart, Jacqueline L. 110, 245
Stewart, John Christopher 270
Stewart, Mitzi Ann 270
, Mary Ann 90, 270
Margaret Lee 90
Sara Ellen 245
Stogner, Crystal Chansan 245
Stogner, Jack Darrell 220
TENNIS, GIRLS 156- 157
Nicholas Lee 221
Thacker, Richard Wayne 221
Thacker, Terri 270
Thacker, Thomas Eric 64, 246
Thomas, Dawn 270
Thomas, Donna Lee 270
Thomas, James David 149, 246
Thomas, Jeffrey Glenn 270
Thomas, Kelly Jeane 85, 270
Thomas, Margaret Amelia 221
Thomas, Robert Lee 270
Walker, Carolyn Dale 222
Walker, Charles Allen 222
Walker, Hugh Grady Ill 64, 76, 96,
101, 145, 222
Walker, Robert Randall 222
Walker, Tamisha 222, 111
Wall, Terrence 118, 222
Wallace, Brenda Marpes 114
Wallace, Curtis Eugene 222
Wallace, Rebecca Ruth 92, 113,
114, 222, 253
Wallace, Vickey Creola 271
Walsh, Alfred Calvin 271
Walters, Timothy Van 247
Brian Charles 271
Wilkes, Deborah 247
Wilkie, Samuel Richard 223
Barbara Ann 114, 271
Beverly Diane 271
Williams, Brenda Gale 223
Williams, Debbie Omilia 133, 271
Williams Deborah Ann 114, 133
Williams, Geralean 96
Williams Joey Mark 247
Williams, Melinda Elizabeth 114,
Williams Richard Anthony 223
Williams, Richard Query 271
Williams Shannon Lee 271
Williams Sheila Kay 56, 64, 66,
139, 159, 184, 185, 223
Williams, Timothy Mark 108, 223
Williams, Traci Ann 135, 247
Williamson, Wilson 223
Willingham, James Lewis 149, 247
Willis, Debra Elaine 139, 247
Willis, Michael Wayne 118, 224
WILLOW TREE 137
Wilson, Cheryl Lynn 224
Thompson, Jeffrey Ayles 246
Thompson, Shelia Patricia 109,
Thompson, Vincent Dwayne 246
Thore, Jeffery Watson 246
Threatt, Nancy I. 221
118, 128, 145, 220
Stokes, Charles Dale 270
Stokes, Terry Ann 220
Stone, Deborah Lynn 270
Stone, Katherin 92, 220
Stone, Vickie Lynn 245
Stover, Zackary N apole
Strange, Jerry David 245
Strickland, Judy Renee 103, 245
Strong, Carolyn 270
Strong, Wayne Timothy 73, 112,
Strother, Willie Anthony 270
Stroud, John Timmons 220
Stroupe, Lisa Kay 245
STUDENT COUNCIL 129
Sturgill, Michael Cole 63, 220
Sturgill, Richard Lynn 270
Sturgis, Vanessa 109, 220
Stutts, Martha Kaye 103, 220
Suarez, Sylvia 132, 220
Suddreth, Scott Eugene 96, 104
Suddreth, Tina Marie 58, 186, 256,
Sulpy, Michael David 245
Summers, Beth 245
Summers, David 106
Sumpter, Roddie Keith
SUPERLATIVE BEAUTIES 60
Threatt, Nancy Patricia 270
Tillman, Brenda Rennae 270
Tingen, Michael Ray 96, 246
Todd, Penny Elizabeth 85, 91, 270
Tollison, Barbara Elaine 246
Tomanchek, Jeanne Emily 94,
Wardlaw, Curtis James 145
Warren, Jerry Luke 271
Washam, Robert Anderson 96,
101, 150, 247
Washam, Russell Warren 74, 80,
82, 101, 104, 151, 222
Washburn, Lisa Katherine 95,
123, 137, 247
Washington, Deborah Ann 111,
Washington, Maxine Anita 132,
Wilson, Herbert James 112, 247
Wilson, Joel Dennis 109, 224
Wilson, Nancy Ruth 224
Wilson, Timothy Randall 247
ster, Phyllis Mari 171, 187
lf, Tammy Kay 271
Winstead, Michael David 64, 145
Withers, Tina Michele 271
Witherspoon, Jacqueline 91
Withrow, Paulette 224
Wofford, Mickey Charles 247
Wolfes, Billy 224
Toms, Linda Kay 112, 246
Toney, Herbert Lee 270
Toney, Sandra Elise 270
Toney, Valerie Ann 221
Torrence, Barbara Lynn 270
Torrence, Darene Alfred 246
Torrence, Jacqueline 246
Torrence, Perry Lee 270
Watkins, Veneta Kay 133, 247
Watson, Annetta 114, 222
Watson, Christopher 222
Watson, Jill Elaine 96, 247
Watson, Michael 109, 222
Watson, Randall M. 109, 247
Watson, Terri Marie 271
Watt, Lathnya 114, 222
Watters, Willie James 222
Watts, Donna Jeanine 271
Wood, Dolores Elaine 81, 82, 112,
Woodard, Randall Vaden 96, 271
Woods, Pamela Nalbone 271
Woods, Phillip Kevin 145
TRACK, BOYS 176-177
TRACK, GIRLS 178-179
Treadaway, Teresa 271
Treadway, Tyler Scott 112, 246
Tribue, Angela Lorraine 221
Troutman, James Clarke 271
Truesdale, Johnnie Mae 271
Truesdaale, Rosetta Marie 221
Tucker, Edward Buford 108, 221
Tucker, Marleta Devonne 89, 105,
Tuner, L. 132
Turberville, Larry Dale 246
Weaver, Wendi Ann 94, 222
Webb, Bert E. 271
Webb, Susan Elaine 134, 247
Weibel, Donna 222
Weldon, Rosa Ann 110, 222
Wells, Anthony Santo 222
Wensil, Cynthia Denise 92, 223
Werner, Lisa Kay 223
West, Kathryn Lois 271
Westbrook, Kenneth Ray 223
Westmoreland, Johnnie 145
Westmoreland, Kenneth 271
Wheeler, Donald 109, 247
Woodson, Janet Leigh 95, 134,247
Woodward, Eugene 224
Woodward, Michael 247
Woodward, Pat 224
Wooten, Cheryl Ann 137, 224'
Wooten, Susan Lynn 271
Worsley, William Raymond 271
Wright, Keith Lamar 247
Wright, Tracey Leigh 247
WSOC-TV SCHOLAR 67
Wyatt, Penny Jo 92, 132, 271
Wyatt, Regina Ann 247
Wynn, Evatta Jean 224
Yarman, Blanca Maria 247
Yarman, Steven Kirkwood 247
John Craig 96, 246
Pamela Diane 270
Sutton, Rachel Nadine 89, 270
Sutton, Ralph Conrad 270
Sutton, Ronnie 270
Swain, John 168, 270
Brenda Faye 271
Earl Edwin Jr. 246
John William 246
Kelly Ann 64, 66, 221
Turner, Laura Eleanor 85, 256,
Turner, Robert 163, 271
White, Bobby Bernard 145, 247
White, Darryl 271
White, Keith Wayne 223
White, Linda Maria 271
White, Lisa Karen 92, 223
White, Marilyn 223
YEARLY REVIEW 272-275
Young, Donna Grace 92, 135
Young, Donna Jean 138, 224
Young, Cathy Denise 226
Young, George Maurice 271
Young, Micheal Allen 107, 117,
Voltz, Lisa 92, 271, 247
Index ! 321
322 X Conclusion
Uhere are men whose faces will light up an era,
ana there are women in whose eyes you may react
the whole plan of salvation. Uhese inaiviouals
are sprung from our miastg although we hnow not
what will hecome of each other, we Jo hnow that the
results will he in the formation of our worlo. Every
man is unique in his iaeals, ana these iaeals shoulo
he respectea hy one ana all. Every inoivioual
shoula wrap himself in virtue ana carry on to set
examples for those who are to follow in his footsteps.
324 f Conclusion
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Conclusion f 325
326 I Conclusion
Conclusion I 327
Editor: Juanita Martin
Business Manager: Cathy Head
Curriculum: Dina Smith
Activities: Diane Kenny
Sports: Rusty Washam
Happenings: Gwen Frazier
Seniors: Debbie Ballard
Juniors: Chuck Peterson
Sophomores: Lynda Smith
After months of some of the hardest work that I have
ever encountered, I can proudly say that we are finished.
This year has been extremely hectic, and at times
disappointing, but it is very fulfilling to see one's goals
finally realized. I would like to thank the whole staff for
their dedication and hard work, and Ms. Jean Grisdale,
without Whom there would have been no annual. We hope
that the student body of Garinger appreciates our efforts.
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