Garinger High School - Snips and Cuts Yearbook (Charlotte, NC)
- Class of 1985
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Table of Contents
Student Life .... ....................................... 6
Organizations .. 42
Academics ..... . 100
sports .... ...... 1 50
Seniors ............ ...... 1 74
Underclassmen ..... ...... 2 16
Supporters ...... ...... 2 64
SMP5 AND CUTS
'I985 Vol. 76
Lindo B. ouberfson
Vwiiom A. Horfle y
J l?. Johnson
GARWGER HIGH SCHOOL
'i'iOO Eosiwoy Drive
Cnorioiie, Norin Corolino
And the Tradition Continues
arlnger, an outgrowth of old
Central High, began its 26th year
of existence with The 49841-85 school
year. The Class of '8A had The honor of
being The 25th graduating class To
proudly wear royal blue caps and
gowns, blue and gray Tassels, and
Garinger class rings. The Class of '85
represents a new beginning and an
example for all The classes To follow.
Named for Dr. Elmer H. Garinger,
who was a well-known educator and
principal of Central High for 24 years,
Garinger remains one of The most
centrally located high schools in
Charlotte. The tOo0's Type architecture
and i'sideways" diamonds on Top of
The buildings are unique.
But, more Than The building itself,
Garinger has made a name for itself
because of its people. Individual
accomplishments, sports, and
academic excellence have been
great Through The years.
The 4600 students attending Gar-
inger This year are all a part of tradition.
The memories, hopes, triumphs, and
defeats you experience during high
school will last a lifetime.
Fight for lt. Estee Bullock, Michael Bullock, Reggie
Kirkpatrick, and Rodney Edmonds play basket-
ball To pass the time away during their lunch
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Tribute to lnlured athletes. The National Anthem is
sung by Kourtney Barnard. Varsity football players
Johnny McKellar, Antonio Campbell, and Ralph
McKissick proudly stand beside her.
Executive Spirit. Executive Committee President
Todd Plerceail displays his wonderful Wildcat
spirit during the Page game at Memorial
A swing to the left. The varsity cheerleaders, with
Sharon Lindsay, Jennifer Phipps, and Allison Delaney in
the foreground, execute a perfect dance routine
during the Homecoing pep rally.
What are open windows for? Marcus Hoover
demonstrates the proper use of a window during
an unexpected warm fall day.
Colorful fashion. Sandi Stonebraker, Missy Harvey, OD9Vii"iQf3
and Darlene Hutchins enjoy the Homecoming pep
rally dressed in their brightest fashions.
Foreign Language Week activities. Sheila
Clark hangs her pinata that she made for
her Spanish project during Foreign Lan-
guage week in Marchy
Teacher- student friendship. Math Teacher
and advisor of the Honor Society Mary
Katzel and voiedictorian Suresh DeSilva
discuss important matters ot an Honor
A true Wildcat tradltlon. Students proudly
raise their pointed fingers at the end of a
No, that's not snow. Confetti flies every-
where as Jamie Snyder Qleftj adjusts o
buiihorn during a Friday night varsity
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4Changlng classes among the masses.
Crowds head toward the 200 and AOO
buildings on a warm fall day.
fBelow lefty David Parker shows his interest
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ASpIrlt ls flying high! The message Good
Luck WiIdcats" tied to blue and white
balloons fly away during a pep rally,
4Proud and mighty. Varsity football player
Milton Frazier takes a break from the action
to rest on the sidelines.
X X ey, what are y'all doin' Friday
night?" This was a question that
could be heard Toward The end of a
school week. StudenTs' lives didn'T revolve
around school and homework. Friday night
games, jobs, and social occasions helped
break The monotony of The school week.
Numerous special activities aT school
included the 25th Homecoming celebra-
tion and many games. Wildcats were
never shy when iT came to showing Their
Academic excellence received much
attention. Award winners and Junior
Marshals are included in Student Life.
Accomplishments as well as activities
deserved coverage. AND THE TRADITION
CONTINUES . . .
Here We Go Again
he days of sleeping until
noon, watching soap
operas, lying around the
pool catching some rays,
and staying out half the
night, all very important
parts of anyone's summer
schedule, ended on Sep-
tember Ath, while no-
tebooks, teachers, getting
up at some inhumane hour
of the morning, and
homework became the new
routine of the day.
For Juniors and Seniors, the
first day of school is a time
for looking for faces they
have not seen since June.
Most people quickly ren-
ewed friendships and even
made some new ones in the
process. Junior Shelia Clark
said, 'll spent the whole day
talking with all of the people
l had not seen since the end
of school last year."
were looking for a friendly
face to help them locate a
class they were already late
for. "Garinger is so much
bigger than Eastway was: I
don't think I will ever learn
my way around this school,"
said Kim Lee, a sophomore.
Harder classes, new peo-
ple, and a much larger
campus had to be gotten
used to before the new
students could settle down
into their new routine. The
Executive Committee did
several things this year to
help these poor souls get
accustomed to their new
school. Big brothers and big
sisters, posters introducing
new students to the many
activities at Garinger, and
the posters identifying each
classroom were just a few of
the numerous things done to
help the new students.
The sophomores were not
the only new faces at
Garinger. Eleven teachers,
one secretary, one guid-
ance counselor, and one
extended day teacher were
all added to the school staff.
Betsy Smith, the new Gener-
al Math ll and Analysis
teacher, complained, "I am
a teacher, and I feel just as
hopeless as some of the new
All in all the first day of
school was not that bad and
it kicked off what is hoped to
be the best school year in
Melissa Brazzell Julie Higgins and
Mmm Day of School Jeanne Pegram compare' the
teachers they have this year.
Pete Economos and Steven Mlchalek
discuss the new attendance policy
adopted this year by the school
David Puckett and Stephanie Brooks
have a friendly chat about the
upcoming football game.
Senior wlldcals Jomle Warner, Pom
Bulls, Jennifer Porter, Slephanle
Brooks, and Angle Hughes gossip
about The lmporlanl happenings of
Bill Campbell, a sophomore, Tries To
get o schedule change in The hecfic
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mess of The main office on The firsf day
While his homeroom Teacher allempls
To explain some of The new rules, Andy
Smilhey daydreams abouf summer
First Day Of Schoolfl?
A DCly in The Life
of Cl WiIdCClT
For mosT of The sTudenT
body, each day began wiTh The
rise of The sun and a franTic rush
To beaT The 7:20 a.m. Tardy bell.
WheTher a Time To caTch a few
exTrd winks or To enhance your
educaTion, firsT period was ofTen
an indicafion of whaT was To
come. WiTh only four minuTes
beTween classes, as opposed To
The five minuTes of years' pasT,
and only a Ten minuTe home-
room, socializing decreased
while Tardies increased. Junior
Gene Davis sTaTed, "I usually
made iT To all my classes on Time
wlTh The excepTion of one. Four
minuTes was jusT noT enough
Time To walk across campus."
STudying, compleTing The
Term paper ThaT was due The
nexT day, aTTending meeTings,
and socializing were only a few
of The Things To do during lunch.
SomeTimes you even geT To eaTl
Senior Angie Cawa exclaimed,
"In The years pasT, senior
privilege was being able To go
off campus aT lunch. This year,
even wlTh a pass, iT is somewhaT
of a 'bummer' because one
doesn'T have The Time To caTch
up on gossip and IasT minuTe
parTy plans beTween classes."
A friendly "Hello", an inTer-
esTed "How are you do-
ing?" or a warm smile, were a
few of The many Things heard in
The halls during The day. IT
seemed one Thing never
changed and ThaT was The
friendliness of our sTudenTs.
Of course sTudying played a
big parT Too. ThaT was whaT we
were here for. BuT The sTudenTs
had always managed To add a
special Touch To everyday life by
making posTers, decoraTing The
lounges, or honoring The special
achievemenfs of a sTudenT or
Kim Blanchfield, a senior,
was heard To say, "Everyone
was so friendly and close ThaT I
knew if I ever felT down, a loT of
people cared and would Try To
cheer me up."
IT is safe To say ThaT unlike
mosT schools, everyone cared
abouT each oTher and ThaT in
iTself will remain one of The mosT
cherished memories of our high
Juniors Kelly Hill, Richard Jennings,
and Lee Simmons discuss plans for
college during College Day.
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Seniors STephanie Brooks, David
IOXCOYTIDUS Life PuckeTT, and Doug Hanline Take Time
ouT To geT accusTomed To being
back aT school.
Juanila Covinglon, Failh Wal-
KOVKY M000 d9QiCl9Sl TO TVY lace, ana Darlene Wilson,
SOm9ThiV1Q NSW his SGVWIOV YSOV calch up on The lalesl news
- - - STUUY- oelween classes.
These sophomores kill time
wailing for lunch To encl.
Allison Delaney: Talking as Campus Lifefll
mmm. WhaT an inTeresTing person you
say. You mighT Think he is The school
brain wiTh all Those books. AfTer all, how
many people ThaT make A's carry much less
Than ThaT? ThaT looks really sfudious. BuT he's
noT. His pencil lacks a lead poinT necessary
for making Those A's. And The TrusTy
calculaTor'? The lasT Time iT was used he
make a hundred on his Algebra ll TesT and
ThaT was because he 'idouble-checked" his
answers. The school jock you say? He could
fiT The descripfion wiTh The T-shirT and
Converse Tennis shoes. And look aT Those
musclesl lf everyone sprinTed To The door aT
The sound of The bell every class period like
he does, The word faT would be abolished
from The English language. He runs so many
errands a day he can'T even keep his shoes
Tiedl ThaT obviously keeps him in shape. BuT
he's lacking a numbered jersey, a Nike
duffel bag, and somehow he's carrying Too
many books To look aThleTic. ForgeT The
school jock idea. lvlr. School SpiriT'? lT's
possible. The Garinger painTer's cap, The
WildcaT shirT, and an array of pins. The one
on The kneecap, ThaT's original. You should
see him aT The gamesl Tacky Takes on a
new meaning when This guy shows up. lT's
like he never knew colors besides blue and
gray exisTed. His face isn'T blue because iT's
sad. lT's because of his school spiriT so we
can'T really rule ThaT one ouT. BuT whaT
abouT all These oTher-TraiTs? Who is This guy?
Well, wheTher you know iT or noT, you could
probably be lisTed wiThin his ranks. He's none
oTher Than The Typical sTudenT. There are
oTher imporTanT TraiTs of his makeup also.
Take The porTable headseT. lT's a necessary
parT of his day, puTTing him To sleep during
classes noT needed To pass for graduaTion.
Along wiTh ThaT you'll find darkly TinTed
shades To keep The flourescenT lighT ouT of
his eyes and comforTable cloThing. Whose
pajamas could be any more comforTable
Than This? When waTching his Timex, his eyes
Take more of a licking Than The waTch ever
would because They sTay glued To iT for
abouT The lasT 45 minuTes of class. He jusT
can'T waiT To sprinTl LasT buT hardly leasT,
ThaT ever imporTanT seT of car keys. He siays
prepared To igniTe The car in case of
emergencies such as second period hunger
pangs or The NCAA championship playoffs.
The Typical sTudenT is noT hard To spoT. BuT
each is definiTely an original.
Thanks To Todd Webber
es, that's rightl She told you it was due
todayl And with a pointed finger she's
going to tell you so. The typical teacher isn't
going to pass you either. YOU are going to
pass yourself. She's just going to make it
easier or harder for you. A stack of books
and graded papers smother her desk daily
and she is the only human being alive able
to make heads or tails of it. Sometimes even
she is unable to do so. Nevertheless she is
well prepared and organized whether it
looks like it or not. Pencils are kept handy
at all times and with the mess on that desk,
how could she have left a thing at home?
Chalk stains are prominent on her clothing
but that is the least of her worries. In her
cheery attire she greets you with a twinkling
eye ready to get under way with her
teachings. She may be at her wits end but
oh, is she ever so good at hiding it. That is
if you're not in her seventh period class. If
she's going to get it out of her system, that
seems to be her favorite time of day and
only the lucky have an early release
schedule. Her fangs and horns grow every
period and by the end of the day she
appears not quite as organized. Don't be
fooled! She's already planned tomorrow's
assignmentsl The only thing you might guess
that would top her off as totally and
absolutely typical appears to be missing. But
again - don't be fooledl A shiny red apple
brought in daily by the class pet just might
be somewhere beneath that mass of
A Blue and Gray
xpecTaTion, pride, and
colorful exciTemenT floafed
Throughouf The halls of Garinger
during The 25Th Homecoming
celebraTion. From OcTober
45-49, The daily 40 minuTes of
homeroom were devoTed To The
sale of spiriT chains, and balloons
To be released aT The game.
Also sold by The STudenT Council
were chocoIaTe kisses for The
senior fooTball players as well as
raffle TickeTs for The game ball.
The Team received encour-
agemenf in The form of cup-
cakes and candy from various
clubs. G.G.S. carried on The
TradiTion of selling Homecoming
Finally iT was Friday, The
climax of The week. A parade of
club floaTs preceeded The pep
rally Third period. Themes such as
G-.G.S. "EaglebusTers" made The
parade worTh waTching. The
French Club Took firsT place in
The floaT conTesT, Their Theme
was "RoasTing The Eagles". The
KeyeTTes' "KenTucky Fried Ea-
gles" flooT was awarded second
place, and The Senior Class
received Third place wiTh a 25Th
anniversary "BirThday Cake"
Friday was pronounced
"Mourning Day". Who was being
mourned? The Eagles were The
subjecT of sympaThy ThaT day.
The sure defeaT of Easf lvleck.
prompTed The WildcaTs To wear
black aTTire and armbands, and
a mock funeral was held aT The
pep rally. Principal Don Rodgers,
decked ouT in black from head
To Toe including sunglasses, led
The Homecoming courT hopefuls
in placing The finishing Touch of
flowers on The coffin.
The Homecoming CourT
candidafes were inTroduced To
a loudly cheering crowd as The
pep rally began. Then "Rever-
end" Todd Pierceall, in a dark
blue gown, preached, "Dearly
beloved, we are gaThered here
Today To geT Through This Thing
called life . . He conTinued To
solemnly mouTh The words of The
monologue aT The beginning of
Prince's smash hiT single "LeT's
Go Crazy". The crowd was
delighTed and became even
louder. Then, for The firsT Time in
Garinger's hisTory, The VarsiTy
cheerleaders and The LeTTergirls
performed Togefher, picking up
where Todd lefT off. AfTer This
combined rouTine, They led The
crowd in cheer afTer cheer.
The noise and enThusiasm
increased as The VarsiTy FooTball
Team was inTroduced. One by
one The players sTruTTecl con-
fidenTly onTo The field. Their
confidence would lead Them on
To a vicTory ThaT nighT.
Homecoming week was a greaT
success, and Friday nighT would
prove To be a WildcoT Triumph,
Unlfy leads To vlclory. For The firsT Time
in hisfory, our LeTTergirls and Varisfy
cheerleaders build a pyramid TogeTher
during one of The high poinfs of The
Homecoming pep rally.
Keeping the splrlf alive. Senior Bert
Giles prepares a sign for The Key Club
Splrlf ls blinding. Chris Hopkins waTches
Mr. Rodgers, who is sporTing unusual
affire, enjoy The pep rally.
Carrylng on a tradltlon. Sharon
Mobley and Randy Little carry the
wildcat banner that leads the parade.
4Funeral processlon. Ms. Mellen, Mrs.
Carpenter, and Mrs. Broadwell carry
the casket for the "dead eagle" for
everyone to vlew.
4"Kentucky Frled Eagles". The
Keyettes celebrate whlle rldlng atop
their creatlve float, whlch won 2nd
ploce among all the floats partlclpat-
ing in the parade.
Shout It outl Chrls Long yells through a
bullhorn while Glenn Satterfield
watches the Homecomlng proceed-
Homecoming 1 4 5
Going for lt. Coach Steve Shaugh-
nessy discusses strategy wlth team
members on the sideline bench. The
strategy worked, and the Wildcats
A Night to
riday night was glorious.
Unlike previous Homecom-
ings, the sky was clear and the
weather was perfect. Wildcat
fans packed the stands to
'istanding room only". Unless you
arrived early, it was virtually
impossible to find a seat. Tradi-
tion prevailed once again, as
numerous former graduates re-
turned to their alma mater for
the game. Former Varsity
Cheerleaders and Lettergirls
eagerly performed routines with
the present squad members.
East Mecklenburg scored
the first touchdown, but the
Wildcats couldn't be held back.
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Ralph lvlcKissick scored two
touchdowns, and Garinger led
14-7 at half-time. During the
second half, Antonio Campbell
and Allen Tillman each scored a
touchdown to clinch the game.
That night was also an
enchanting evening for Angie
Smith, who was crowned 4984
Homecoming Queen. She was
escorted by Harvey Finley and
her court consisted of Allison
Delaney, escorted by Eric Living-
ston, and Liesl Battle, escorted
by her father, Mr. Jack Battle.
These girls had a moment of
special glory that will provide
memories for a lifetime.
A Royal Night. Homecoming Queen
Angle Smith and escort Harvey Finley
smile for the camera.
Say "cheese"l Wild and crazy Varsity
Cheerleaders "Ham it up" for the
The Smlle Says ll All. Angie Smith is
proud fo be crowned Homecoming
There's No Stopping Usl Garinger's
offensive line prepares To score from
The 10-yard line.v
Elegant. Llesl Baffle and her fafher, Malesflc Procession. Allison Delaney,
Jack Baffle, proudly sfroll befween the accompanied by escorf Eric Living-
JROTC drlll Team. sion, make Their way between The drill
Team To be presented To The affen-
Practice is an essential part of
every activity. Without it the goal of
being the best could not be achieved.
During football season there was
at least ten hours of practice put into
every two hour game.
If you are interested in playing
sports, cheering, band, or chorus, you
should be prepared to take "time-
out" for practice.
Varsity football players stretch to relax their
muscles before a long afternoon of practicep
The Garlnger Townsingers prepare for another
Anthony Colyer practices his "jump shot" for the
varsity basketball team.
Jeff Matthews Ioosehs up his neck before
a wrestling match.A
Scott Russ practices his expert throw.4
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The ROTC drill team work on a
The soccer team does high kicks as a
Closets and drawers overflowing with
clothes never to be worn again - does that
sound familiar? Fashions come in an go out, but
the remnants lay buried around for years later.
This year's left-overs will be some of the more
colorful and different of recent years. Topping
off the list was the popular forenza sweaters.
You could always see one at school, whether
it be in a soft pastel or a bright day-glow color.
Florescent colors were another item that was
popular. Neon earrings, pants, shirts, belts and
even shoes were seen on male and female
alike. For girls, lace and crinkled cotton was
worn for the "in" look. For guys, hi-top
converse tennls shoes and wildly-patterned
bermudas made up their look. Designer labels
faded out. Bulky and comfortable clothes took
over the fashion scene. Casual was definitely
Just to rattle off a few of the trends:
two-tone jeans . . . rat tails . . . spirit . . .
Reeboks . . . MTV . . . anti-war songs . . . surfing
"Madonna" look neon Gumby
tank tops Prince the bob lots of
earrings breakdancing the wave
Trivial Pursuit . . . lace . . . printed bermudas . . .
the Time body talk twist-a-beads
leather . . . Mickey Mouse . , . big pocketbooks
Hobie Bruce Springsteen.
Swatch watches. in interesting colors
and even with smells, are a fastly-
growing Item. g
20fFads and Fashions
Reebok tennis shoes are a popular
shoe popping up In many styles and
colors for guys and gals.
Twist-a-beads add an extra touch to
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Madie Bradley demonstrates an
example of The ever-lasfing casual
look. An oxford and old levi's provide
born pracricallry and comfort.
Myra Kiker, Kem Miller, Kay Rogers.
Tammy Salisbury, and Lou-Ann Whitt
sporr some of ine more "Trenclier"
Joe Davis and Tommy Havelos
arrend a foolball game in their
Angie Srofford shows a popular
ourflr at school. A baggy sweater.
Two-'fone jeans, and nl-Tops make
up a fashionable ensemble.
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Mickey Mouse is
back in many
forms, such as The
earrings seen here.
Pads and Fashionsf24
A Class of
Excellence in characTer, ciTizenship and academics
are some of The qualificaTions of award winners. Their
hard work has broughT Them To Their uTmosT expecTaTions
and has sTrengThened Their self-confidence. To Them, The
award lTself does noT creaTe honor, buT The saTisfacTion
of achieving iT does.
LasT year Deywon AranT compeTed againsT FBLA
sTudenTs from all over NorTh Carolina for The posiTion of
FBLA STaTe SecreTary. She had To Take a wriTTen TesT and
have a personal inTerview wiTh a panel of eighT judges.
She Then had To seT up a campaign booTh and speak
before approximaTely 2000 people. The following day The
deIegaTes voTed and chose Deywon as STaTe SecreTary.
Deywon also compeTed in The ExecuTive Women's
lnTernaTional Scholarship Program. She placed second aT
The disTricT level and received a Two-hundred dollar cash
Cedric AnThony and AlmeTa Kilgo were chosen To be
finalisTs for The NaTional AchievemenT Scholarship. The
Scholarship Program exisTs for The promoTion of increasing
The college opporTuniTies of promising young black
sTudenTs. They were chosen To be semi-finalisTs from over
73,000 high school juniors who Took The PSAUNMSQT in
4983. They Then moved up To The finals and were
considered for college-sponsored four-year scholarships.
John Claffee cornpeTed againsT
Two sTudenTs for The posiTion of FBLA
DisTricT 6 Vice-presidenT. LasT lvlay, he
organized a campaign and proved To
be vicTorious. As vice-presidenT, he
had To organize The fall leadership
conference of DisTricT 6 and oTher
FBLA connpeTiTive evenTs.
ln 49841 The Junior Class voTed
Angela SmiTh To be The recipienT of
The DAR award, DaughTers of The
Arnerican l?evoluTion. This award
signifies a sTudenT ThaT has expressed
The aualiTies of good ciTizenship,
leadership and paTrioTism. Angela
aTTended a luncheon, sponsored oy
The BaTTle of CharIoTTe ChapTer, in
February in order To rneeT oTher DAR
represenTaTives from across The
Terri Blackman was a finalisT in Appala-
chian's Chancellor Scholarship cornpeTiTion.
Over 120 conTesTanTs applied for This
presTigious award, buT only forTy finalisTs were
chosen. This scholarship will pay Two-Thousand
dollars, renewable for four years, Towards her
college educaTion. Terri had To cornpeTe in
Three areas: applicaTion, wriTTen essay, and
personal inTerview. l-ler academic averages
and her school and cornrnuniTy acTiviTies also
conTribuTed To her accepTance for This
Brian Prince was awarded wiTh The
Carolina Book Award. This award was
presenTed To The sTudenT who was The mosT
ouTsTanding in social sciences and maTh.
The book conTains a picTorial hisTory of The
UniversiTy of NorTh Carolina aT Chapel Hill.
Above l?ighT: John Claffee was a nominee
for The Bob Allen Scholarship. Each school
chose one represenTaTive who was To be
judged on academics and communiTy
acTiviTies. The scholarship is funded To pay
all necessary college fees.
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LasT May, ThusiTh DeSilva was awarded
wiTh The Sewanee Book Award. IT was given
by The UniversiTy of The SouTh in Tennessee for
ouTsTanding achieyemenTs ln academics and
Suresh DeSiIvo wos oworded wiTh The i-iorvord
Book oword in Moy, of 4984, on Honors ond Awords
doy, This oword honored him for hoving d high
ocodemic record ond for exeriing himself in
ochievemenTs in oTher oreos. The book iTseIf
conToins some of The coiiege's fomous sTudenTs.
Top: Luonne Terry, Tim Poyne, Cedric AnThony,
ond Brion Prince were chosen To be Nominees for
The John iVioTIey ivioreheod Aword, o four-yeor
schoiorship To UNC. AoouT 4500 semi-finoiisTs were
judged on Their ochievemenTs ond poTenTioI for
fuTure success. They comoeTed for more Thon 650
ochievemenT schoiorships vdlued oT more Thon Two
million doilors. The Ivioreheod oword is one of The
mosT presTigious schoiorships in NorTh Corolino.
Above RighT: ThusiTh DeSiIvo won firsT pioce in The
NorTh Coroiino SToTe CompeTiTion for CompuTer
Progromming ond Design. He comoeTed wiTh forTy
oTher progrommers who were judged on Time,
occurocy of onswers ond documenToTion.
Miss Blue and Gray
he 4984 Miss Blue and Gray Pageanf was held on March 20. The
TradiTional pageanT's conTesTanTs prepared for The imporTanT nighT
by rehearsing Their TalenT porTions of The pageanf for many hours.
Meefing all The oTher conTesTanTs was anofher major parT of The
preparaTion, new friends were made.
WBTV's Moira Quinn, co-hosT of "PM Magazine" was The judge.
She, along wiTh The aTTenTive audience, saw The various porTions of
The pageanT - personal inferviews and TalenT. The TalenT porTion
consisTed of performances ranging from dancing To singing and playing
AfTer The compeTiTion ended, RiTa SuTTon, Then a sophomore, was
named Miss Blue and Gray 49811. She commenTed, "l was shocked
because l was up againsT a loT of Talenfed young ladies." Sharon Mills,
Then a junior, was named Miss CongenialiTy.
Affer a rewarding nighT, Rifa SuTTon comes home wiTh The crowns
n Thanksgiving Day, 49841, The TradiTional Carrousel
Parade Took place in downTown CharloTTe. The ciTy
had iTs firsT chance To show off The new TransiT Mall, which
opened jusT in Time for The parade.
The Senior Class nominaTed Karen Lewis as Garinger's
Carrousel Princess, by a homeroom voTe. She exper-
ienced a week of fun, new friends, and friendly
compeTiTion during The parade preparaTion, i'Being aT
The Radisson was greaT. l enjoyed meeTing all The oTher
girls, Too. IT was very exciTing and a greaT honor,"
The Marching Band, LeTTergirls, VarsiTy Cheerleaders,
and ROTC Drill Teams performed, and, along wiTh Karen,
represenTed Garinger well during The 38Th annual
Aboard her Carrousel fIoaT, Karen Lewis waves
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he Top sTudenTs in The Junior Closs were
chosen To be The Junior lvlorshols for
The groduoTing closs of 49841. The Chief
Morshols ronked highesT in grode poinT
overoge. The Chief lvlorshols broughT This
group TogeTher in such o woy ThoT They
ore odmired by oll.
On groduoTion doy for The seniors, The
Morshols' duTies included leoding The
groduoTes To Their seoTs, honding ouT
progroms, ond generolly moking Things run
o liTTle more smooThly. Angie Cowo hod
o very unusuol duTy, she wos posTed dT
The end of The sToirs To moke sure no one
"IT wos one of The mosT heorT
Touching momenTs in my life. Seeing dll The
foces come down The sTeps jusT mode me
wonT To be up There wiTh Them."
Chief Morsholsz Brion Prince, Suresh DeSiIvo, ThusiTh DeSilvo, ond Terri
Blockmon. NoT Picfuredz John Pickord.
Fronf Row: Verno Ferrell, HeoTher McColl, Luonne Terry, Almefo Kilgo, Angie Smifh. Second Row: CoThy PeTTiT, Liso Reynolds. Jennifer
Porfer, Deywon AronT, ElizobeTh Curlee, Angie Hughes. Third Row: ThusiTh DeSiIvo, Jeff Low. Angie Cowo, Doug Phillips. Shone Tucker,
Liesl BoTTle, Jill PeTTus. Fourfh Row: Poul Dorn, Brion Prince, Cedric AnThony, lnder Shormcr, Suresh DeSilvo. Bock Row: Dwoyne Moson.
Tim Poyne, BerT Giles, Dovid Elms, Jeff Prince. Nof PicTured: Chris Woyne, Terri Blockmon.
Middle right: Enthusiastic concern. Greg
Dixon, Jeff Prince, and Korky Mann,
complete with raised fists and bullhorns,
eagerly watch a close home football
vLadies of Spirit. During the first pep rally
held in September, the Varsity Cheer-
leaders and Lettergirls encourage spirit,
ow will YOU remember football season? It was
o time when Friday nights came alive with
intense pride and enthusiasm. The football players
looked to the home stands for extra support, and
they were never disappointed. This incredible
Wildcat pride contributed to our many successes
and kept our team going during troubled times,
Unique methods of displaying spirit became
common sights. Blue and white painted faces and
haircoloring, many types of Garinger shirts, and spirit
buttons could be seen on fans. Bright blue paws on
one cheek were seen on the Marching Band
members and other fans.
A small group of several students, most of
whom were seniors, became "spiritualists", or
We're Number One and we know it! Scott
Griffin, Tim Payne, and Chris Long prove
their spirit is great at Memorial Stadium,
leaders of the intense spirit movement. When they
were able, they jumped down in front of the fence
and encouraged the home crowd with exaggerat-
ed gestures and bullhorns.
Football season was special and a time most
Wildcats will never forget. Hopefully, this spirit will be
carried on for many years as a Garinger tradition.
..T Let's clap. Charlene Altman, Kourtney
QBXSDW' Barnard, and Eddie Rorie enjoy the
Homecoming pep rally.
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A Sea of Pride
"Give me a 'G'l", "We're awe-
some, we're awesome, TO-
TAL-LY!", "We love WildcaTsl",
"Hiedy, Hledy, Hledy HOl". Fans
screamed These chanTs aT The Tops of
Their lungs aT boTh fooTball and
Teachers also goT inTo The acT.
Mary Anne CarpenTer and her
"friend", a spiriTed liTTle puppeT, never
missed a game. One of The mosT
spiriTed Teachers, PaT Mellen, bragged
"Garlnger has The very besT spirlT! IT is
greaT To know ThaT you Teach
sTudenTs who rally behind The school
and always come Through when you
As baskeTball season rolled
around, fans' splriTs were high. A group
of sTudenTs sTarTed aTTracTlng aTTen-
Tion when They proclaimed Them-
selves as "The SlxTh Man". They goT
The name from realizing ThaT There are
five players on The courT from each
Team. Fans are imporTanT, so The
middle secTlon of The bleachers was
reserved for The "SlxTh Man" on The
OThers noTiced The spirlT wave,
also. During The Taping of The WPCQ-
TV's dance show, "LeT's Dance",
many Garlnger sTudenTs proudly wore
painTed faces and oTher spiriTed
accessories. BerT Giles wore a blue wig
and added all The accessories. The
hosT of The show, Jack Daniel,
announced ThaT if There was an
award for The mosT school spirlT, The
award would surely go To Garinger.
From fooTball season To baskeTball
season and everyday life, WildcaT
spirlT surged on.
Yeah, Todd, klcklng wlll help! Todd
Webber succumbs To enThusiasm and kicks
for The Team.
Middle LefT: Basketball
games mean splrlf Too
Mark Jones, Doug Hefner
Norman Nguyen, and The
many oTher fans enjoy a
home baskefball game.
Above: Even Santa has that
Wildcat spIrlTI AT a baskeT
ball game held near ChrisT
mas, BerT Giles celebraTes
The holiday by dressing up as
SanTa Claus. Jeff Prince and
Tim Payne find SanTa amus
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A small Coke, please. Eastland Mall
houses a variety of eating places in
the form of 'Gourmet Gardens".
Angle Donaldson prepares a drink at
one of them. Tasos Pizza,
Plllng lt on. Carol Grlndstaff scoops out
Q double Of Bdsklh-Robbins on ln-
Let's get organized. Valentine's Day
is always a popular time for sending
greeting cards. Angie Cawa sorts
through the selections at Eastland
MalI's Lynn's Hal!mark.A
Don't shootl Piercing somewhat timic
girls' ears is just part of the job for
Michele Corder, who works at Christyt
ln Eastland Mall.
May I help you? The Famous
Chocolate Chip Cookie in Eastland
MaIl's Gourmet Gardens provides fun
work for Mia Powell, Joe Davis, and
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To work." This was a way of life for many
sTudenTs under The realizaTion ThaT
holding parT-Time jobs ofTen meanT missing ouT on
some social evenTs. BuT for The maioriTy, IT was a
price worTh paying. The exTra money, experience,
and responsibiliTy learned proved To be The reasons
behind holding jobs.
Popular places of employmenT included
fasT-food resTauranTs, grocery sTores, and The
always popular EasTland Mall. IT was impossible To
walk around EasTland wiThouT seeing numerous
familiar Garinger sTudenTs working.
SomeTlmes The hours The sTudenTs worked
made iT hard To keep grades up. Organizing Time
and masTering The delicaTe juggling acT beTween
school, work, homework, and sleep was masTered
only by The mosT crafTy sTudenT.
All in all, The experience, Tremendous respon-
sibiIiTy, and exTra money earned while holding a
parT-Time job can be beneficial To sTudenTs' lives.
Qupper lefTj . . . and 501: ls your change. Lisa Carpenfer, working
aT Food Lion on CenTral Avenue, hands change To a cusTomer
while fellow worker Brian Lake looks on.
4"May I help you?" Korky Mann and Bo WainwrighT musT use
courfesy when dealing wiTh poTenTiaI cusTomers on The phone
as well as in person aT Champs in EasTland Mall.
Saddle up. Kari McCarver flashes a
big smile aT her place of employmenT,
Lebo's on independence Blvd. She
normally works in The saddle deparT-
Handling The money. Susan Neumann
happily counfs ouT change as she
handles an afTernoon rush of cus-
Tomers af ldrklands in EasTland Mall.
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QFar rlghtj A lrlendly smile. Vi lwler
happily rings up a purchase in 'news
Shoe Store at Eastland Mall.
Sorting the shoes. At Hahn's shoe store in
Eastland Mall, Sandy Knight and Sheila
Clark arrange the sale items,
Music ls their Ilfe. Todd Webber and Doug
Phillips handle things smoothly in the video
department of Camelot Records and
Tapes on independence Blvd.A
But where's RONALD? Many students work
for the numerous McDonaId's locations.
The Central Avenue location is "home" for
Ctopj Scott Lively, Cmlddlej Debbie Farns-
worth, Sandl Stonebraker, Terri Blackmon.
and qbottomj Eric McDanieI,v
Time for an Ice-cream break. Tom Havelos
takes time out from his busy day at Papers
and Paperbacks in Eastland Mall.,
The Glamourous Life
oise, beaufy, and charm were
her aTTribuTes. Using These char-
acTerisTics, Melissa Russ represenTed
Garinger on Belk's Teen Boards.
Along wiTh oTher parTicipanTs, she
conTribuTed her Time doing monThly
service projecTs, such as seTTing up
a firsT-aid sTaTion aT The CharloTTe
Observer MaraThon, giving a parTy
aT an adopTion home, and prepar-
ing food for The SalvaTion Army
winTer shelTer. The Teen Boardfg also
presenTed a "back To schooI"
Melissa, an acTive senior, was
involved in clubs such as Adelphians,
GGS, and Mu Alpha TheTa. She also
exhibiTed her TalenT in The choir and
Women's Ensemble. She feels The
Teen Boards, was an excellenT way
To build her self-confidence and To
conTribuTe To The communiTy. "IT has
broughf ouT my individualiTy in
fashion, as well as poise. lT's been a
greaT experience," she commenT-
Teen Board f37
n elecTion day, November 6, 49811,
PresidenT Ronald Reagan won a landslide
vicTory over Walfer lvlondale. lvlondale's
running maTe, Geraldine Ferraro, was The firsT
female Vice-PresidenTal nominee in The hisTory
of The UniTed STaTes. Buf, The counTry
overwhelmingly preferred Reagan. He won
The greaTesT elecToral college vicTory by
Taking 419 sTaTes wiTh 525 elecToral voTes.
Reagan was known for his ofTen fierce
budgeT cuTs and sTaunch defense plan,
known as "STar Wars". lVlosT voTers believed
in his capable leadership alThough some
ThoughT his budgeT cuTs were hurTing The
middle class The 741 year old Reagan proved
To be one of The mosT popular PresidenTs of
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lT's "Thumbs up" for Ronnie. Nancy Reagan
applauds her husbands vicfory and Reagan
celebraTes The momenT.
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8 Royal Family Qains
n oTher world news, The worsT indusTrial accidenT in
hisTory occurred aT The Union Carbide planT in
Bhopal, India. A sTorage Tank holding MIC-, a chemical
used for making pesTicide, developed a gas leak. The
fumes spread over a large area of The surrounding
Town, suffocaTing many and permanenTly injuring
more. The final counT came To 2,500 people dead
and over 400,000 injured. For Thousands of Americans
living near such sTorage faciliTies in The U.S., The Bhopal
caTasTrophe raised The frighTening auesTion: Could iT
he worsT single-day mass slaying by one person
in U.S. hisTory occured on July 48, 49841 when a
heavily armed gunman walked info a busy McDon-
ald's resTauranT in San Ysidro, California and began
firing his weapons. The man, 114 year old James Oliver
HuberTy, slaughfered 20 people before being killed by
a police sharpshooTer. Police said ThaT l-luberTy, an
unemployed securiTy guard, apparenTly Told his wife
he was going "hunTing humans" before killing his
vicTims, who ranged in age from 8 monThs To 711 years
38fYear ln Review
T 5 + rince Charles and Princess Diana had a second son on
l SepTember 45, 'lO8A.7:fHe was named Henry Charles
Alben David buT is To be called l-larry by The family. LiTTle
Prince William was abouT 2 years old when his broTher was
born. Prince Harry sTands Third in line of succession To The
Avfwide wand Photo T f T
BfITaIn's Royal Family. Princess Diana and Prince
Charles pose wiTh Their family.
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I L pace shuttle missions continued. .The space shuttle . 4
I - Challenger was the first to land at Kennedy Space Center
hearty 4984. The 44th shuttle mission was the return to space
f the Discovery whose mission was to launch two
ommunlcatlon satellites and to retrieve the two communica-
on satellites that had gone astray on an earlier shuttle flight.
e mission was so top secret that it was speculated that
. ashington was using the space shuttle on S0l'Tl9 sort of spy
pproachlng its centennial in 4986, the Statue
of Liberty began a period of rehabilitation in
order to perform extensive reconstruction work.
The torch and flame were removed by huge
cranes to be replaced. Inside the statue the iron
ribcage was to be replaced with one of stainless
steel. A new elevator was to be installed for
visitors viewing out from the newly rebuilt platform
at the crown. The historic restoration, under the
direction of architects and engineers from both
France and the United States, is expected to be
complete by the 400th birthday of the world's
most celebrated symbol of freedom.
ecomlng not only the first black Miss America but also
the first ever to give up the crown, 24-year old
Vanessa Williams announced her resignation in
August, 4984, without a tear. Officials of the Miss America pageant asked
for her resignation due to very explicit nude photographs taken of her
when she was 49 and published in Penthouse magazine. Suzette Charles,
first runner-up to Williams in September C'83y, gracefully stepped in to
fill the remaining 7 weeks of the reign. Some speculation occurred that
this unfortunate incident might tarnish the pure Miss America crown.
or the second time in history, an artificial heart
was implanted into a human being. 52 year old
William Schroeder, a retired munitions inspector
from Jasper, Indiana, received the Jarvik-7 from
his surgeon, Dr. William C. Devries. in the days that
followed his surgery at the Humana Hospital
Audubon in Louisville, he kissed his wife, drank a
beer, gat out of bed, and was interviewed on
television. When asked what the heart felt like he
answered with a smile, "An old-time threshing
machine. l feel like l got ten years going right
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Year ln Reviewf 39
Music Superstars Ban
Together to Fight World Hunger
t started with the December single,
"Do They Know lt's Christmas?" by
British superstars proclaiming them-
selves as "Band Aid." Organizer Bob
Geldof initiated the immense effort,
with all its proceeds going directly to
famine victims in Ethiopia. Canadian
artists came together a few months
later to record a song for the same
The British effort directly inspired
superstars Michael Jackson and Lionel
Richie to compose "We Are the
World", an upbeat, inspirational song
with an optimistic message. Again,
Bob C-Beldof organized the proposed
recording session. After UThe Amer-
was held. The cause brought together
Ao American music superstars includ-
ing Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Tina
Turner, Ray Charles, Daryl Hall and
John Oates, Cyndi Lauper, and Stevie
Wonder. The group called themselves
"USA for Africa" CUnited Support of
Artists for Africaj. A seven minute long
video for the song premiered on MTV
on March ll, 4985. The single sold out
quickly, and of course, all profits were
sent directly to Africa. But, a portion
of the proceeds were kept for
starving Americans. A two-album set
was expected to be released during
the summer that will include i'We Are
The World" and previously unreleased
ican Music Awards" on January 28, tracks.
4985, the massive recording session
Members of "USA for Africa" rehearse their song "We Are The World".
,v WT! .
Madonna skyrocketed to fame with Superstar duo Daryl Hall and John Oates released atop
such hits as "Like a Virgin" and ten aibum, "Big Bam Boom" that included such hits as
"Material Girl", "Method of Modern Love" and "Out of Touch". They
appeared at the Charlotte Coliseum in February, 4985.
Other popular performers of the year included Duran
Duran, Tina Turner, Cyndi Lauper, Frankie Goes to
Hollywood, REO Speedwagon, Foreigner, Phil Collins, and
AOfYear In Review
On The Road
ruce Springsteen headed out on a
long tour to support his very
successful most recent album, "BernQ,irtf
the USA", the tour brought him
Charlotte, where he managed! to
quickly sell out the Charlotte Coliseum
for 2 successive nights in January.
1985. His energetic pure rock-n-foil,
A-hour long concerts prove his popular
reputation for being "The Boss".
Michael Jackson, after recording
the biggest selling album, in history,
embarked on a "victory" tour with his
brothers, in early summer. lt was
hoped to be the largest concert tour
ever, but even the most loyal
Jacksons fans were surprised at the
S3000-per-seat ticket cost.
"The Cosby Show" cominucily rated in The Top Ten TV
. . eval'
Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd sTar in
shows, and became a huge hTT for The NBC neTwork. "GhosTbusTers".
ovies of 4984 eirperienced everyThing
from The ghosTly underworld of "GhosTbus-
Ters" To The high class Beverly Hills underworld
of "BeverIy,gHills Cop." iiliiilligulixlulvay, Dcgigjggykroyd,
and Haroldiiisliiamis up
paropsychologisis who?aTTempTecl Tofrid New
York CiTy of underworld spirifs. Young Eddie
Murphy, riding on supersfardom, porTrayed a
sTreeT-Touch deTecTive yeyr his laTesT ,ggsf 2Beveriy
Hills Con-fisi rrle I reeu I urri
The immense popisrairriy of musioliiisivideos
was refIecTed in The phenominally successful
movie "Purple Rain" siarring rock c musician
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G Q e G d dere-cried The Miami Dolphins by Q score of
The games of The XXIII
Olympiad, held from July
,28 To AugusT 42 proved a
lhuge aThleTic and financial
success. A record 4410
naTions aTTended, buT The
SovieT Union and more
Than a dozen of iTs allies
boycoTTed The games.
The US won 83 gold
medals, 64 silver, and 30
bronze medals for a ToTal
Carl Lewis won four gold
medals in Track and field:
Edwin Moses won The
men's 400 meTer hurdles,
and Greg Louganis swepT
The men's 3 meTer spring-
board and 40 meTer plaT-
In gymnasfics, The U.S
won 5 gold, 5 silver, and 6
bronze medals. Sixfeen
year old Mary Lou ReTTon
earned a perfecT score of
40 in her final evenT, The
vaulT, To Take The women's
crown for individual all
Year In Reviewfrlll
OK GAIYIZA TI 0151 S
ttentionl There will be a very
X xA important Centrusa meeting
Monday at 42:30. Wear your
sweatshirt." Announcements like this were
common. "Teas" and initiations were the
first memorable parts of belonging to
service clubs. Making new friends, raising
school spirit, and serving the school and
community became the payoff.
No matter where your interests were
- music, drama, student government, or
just about anything else, chances are
there was an organization to suit your
interest. These organizations gave every-
one a chance to belong and fit in. AND
THE TRADITION CONTINUES
"To carry ouT your duTies,
be There when needed, and
simply abide by The rules are
some imporTanT responsibili-
Ties of being on The Execu-
Tive CommiTTee." This was
expressed by junior, Tony
Maxwell, who was PubliciTy
Chairman on The CommiT-
Tee. if This is True, Then This
nine member group cerTainly
lived up To iTs sfandards.
Again They proved Them-
selves well organized and
successful having assembled
many enjoyable acTiviTies for
The school To parTicipaTe in.
The CommiTTee Therefore
benefiTed from Their learning
experiences by having fun
aT The same Time.
Responsible for Homecom-
ing acTiviTies, various
dances, Chrisfmas week,
SpiriT Weekfsj, recognizing
our fooTballand baskeTball
Teams, and helping wiTh The
Senior Dinner, iT was obvious
ThaT They helped keep Wild-
caf SpiriT aT iTs peak in some
very consTrucTive ways. IT
was These very acTiviTies
ThaT helped brighfen your
high school years and make
Them a much more colorful
Deserving The credif for
advising The CommiTTee was
Nan Abell. She was spoken
of as fun-loving buT was also
described as a person who
did nof play around when
There was work To be done.
Sfudenfs llsfen Tenfaflvely To
Todd Pierceall during
Rlfa Suffon conducts various
Todd Pierceall - Presldenf, Karen Lewis - Vice-Presldenf, Michelle Phlfer - Dance
Chairman, Rifa Suffon - ICC, Tony Maxwell - Publicify Chairman, Yolanda Johnson and
Lisa Curefon - General Members, Tonya Taylor - Secrefary, and Mike Wade - Treasurer.
Karen Lewis goes over new
agenda at Student Councii
meeting as rest of Commit-
Todd Pierceall and Lisa Cure-
ton prepare constructive
activities for the school to
c wasnt ia
Mr. and Mrs. Santa, Steve
Shaughnessy and Pat Meilen,
and their "elves", Karen
Lewis, Todd Pierceali, and
Mike Wade, in a project
sponsored by the Commit-
AT Your Service
ond dedicoTion To one's school
ore The moin chorocTerisTics of d
sTudenT council member," com-
menTed senior Tereso CureTon
who wos involved in The council.
Remorked sTudenT council pre-
sidenT Todd Piercedll, "IT wos
hord work. We hod To plon
ocTiviTies ThoT The whole sTudenT
body would enjoy plus promoTe
Indeed, The sTudenT council
hod been quiTe ocTive in school
funcTions. Their conTribuTions
included sponsoring The
homecoming porode, selling
SonTo-groms ond plonning
"Spring Reliever Week". The
sTudenT council Took pride in
being o lorge porT of ThoT
AnoTher orgonizoTion ThoT
helped To shore in ThoT spiriT wos
ICC, or InTer Club Council. The
STudenT Council members
council consisTed of one respon-
sible member from eoch club,
ond ThoT person represenTed
hisfher club oT eoch ICC meeT-
One of The counciI's chief
purpose wos To plon ocTiviTies
for eoch club. AfTer The meeT-
ing, The represenToTive reporTed
bock To Their respecTive club
ond discussed Their plons. 'IThe
council wos o good woy To
promoTe school spiriT from oil The
differenT clubs' viewpoinTs,"
remorked ICC presidenT l?iTo
SuTTon. "New ideos helped our
clubs To become more inTeresT-
ing, ond ThoT inTeresT oTTrocTed
prospecTive new members."
l?epresenToTive Lynn Edwards Tokes ci
momenT To smile GT on omusing
4ICC members Tonyo Toylor, RIO
Suffon, ond Liso Curefon.
AS'ruden1 council members Brion
Tillmon, Todd Pierceoll, ond Rifo
SuTTon enjoy refreshments of o
4Members Ross Piffs ond Dono
Donnelly discuss new ideos ot o
We study hardlA
Elizabeth Curlee focuses In on The
important agenda of The meetingr
"A lot of hassel for a little tassel"is ci phrase
used to describe the Honor Society. Members
are chosen on The basis of scholarship,
leadership, and character.
Strict standards concerning grades and
conduct must be met in order to remain in The
group. Members are required to complete Two
hours of service each month to their school
and community for a total of twenty hours. A
grade point average of 3.6 must be
maintained throughout the remaining year.
Members are recognized at graduation as
the seniors that wear gold tassels and ropes.
The club is advised by Inez Allen and Mary
Katzel. The officers are: Angela Smith,
President, Tim Payne, Vice-president, Shane
Tucker, Secretary, David Elms, Treasurer, and
Doug Phillips, ICC.
lnductions into the Honor Society are held
in the fall and spring of each year.
The Honor Society is not a "Bookworm
Club" or just a group of "Whiz Kids", but it is
a recognition of outstanding qualities and
characteristics in students who have worked
long and hard to achieve them.
Jeff Prince, Tim Payne, Shane Tucker,
and lnder Sharma attend a brief
48 fHonor Society
Luanne Terry pays Honor Society
dues to treasurer, David Elms.A
Presldent Angle Smith discusses Items
of business during a regular meeting.
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Front row: Terrl Blackman, Heather
McCall, Angle Smith - president, Verna
Ferrell, Almeta Kllgo, Cathy Pettit.
Elizabeth Curlee, Deywon Arant.
Second row: Mary Katzel - Advisor,
Luanne Terry, Kelly Andrews, Jennifer
Porter, Angie Cawo, Tlm Payne -
Vice-pres., Brian Prlnce, David Elms -
Treasurer, lnder Sharma, Jeff Law, Inez
Allen - Advisor. Bock row: Paul Dorn,
Cedric Anthony, Seresh DeSllva, Doug
Phllllps - ICC, Jeff Prlnce, Bert Giles,
Thuslth DeSllva, Shane Tucker - secre-
Alnez Allen explains scholarship infor-
mation to interested applicants.
4Offlcers: Doug Phllllps, ICC, Angle
Smith, President, Tim Payne, Vice
President. Not pictured: David Elms,
Treasurer, Shane Tucker, Secretary.
Mu Alpha TheTa provides a way
To promoTe moTh by holding special
conTesTs, IlsTening To guesT speakers,
and challenging sTudenTs To discuss
The relevance of maThemaTics in a
high school environmenT. The MaTh
Club was open To sTudenTs in The
higher levels of maTh who applied and
were chosen. Senior Terri Blackmon
described members of Mu Alpha
TheTa as being 'iproud To be members
of a club ThaT rewards a job well
However, Mu Alpha TheTa is noT
only a club dealing wiTh scholasTics buT
also a club dealing in fun. The MaTh
Club has an annual pool-parTy aT The
home of Bill Williams, Their advisor,
where They change from maTh
scholars To parTy goers.
FronT Row: Dennis Bean, Tim Payne,
Todd Webber, Doug Philips, Elizabelh
Curlee. Second Row: Mike Whaley,
Terrl Blackmon, Debbie McVicker,
Michelle Phifer, Van Bul, Phi Dung
Nguyen, Meg Kenny, Lee Simmons,
Laura Ponder, Verna Ferrell, Carol
GrlndsTaff, Angie SmiTh. Third Row:
Dwayne Mason, Dallene Schlackman,
Joseph SmlTh, Almefa Kilgo, Charlene
Rldenhour, Gena Chambers, Shelia
Schweers, Lynn Edwards, Jill PeTTus,
Llesl BaTTle, Heafher McCall, Fred
SmiTh, STan Armsfrong. Joey Gladden,
Jeff Law, Allison Delaney, Yolanda
Johnson. Back Row: Suresh DeSilva,
Kelly Hill, Ronnie HoneycuTT, Thusilh
DeSllva. Paul Dorn, Cedric Anthony,
Shane Tucker, Tom Havelos, David
Parker, Deno Pourlos, Mike Wade,
lnder Sharma, Norman Nguyen, STeve
Drye, Trl Bui.
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Officers FronT Row: Dennis Bean -
Treasurer, Tim Payne - ICC Represen-
TaTive. Second Row: Elizabefh Curlee
- SecreTary, Todd Webber - Presldenf,
Doug Phillips - Vice-President.
Computer Club Members: Deywon Arant, Tri Bui, Lisa Carpenter, Loren Charnley, Bryan Cheek, Denise
Chisolm, Stephanie Cook, Linda Culbertson, Lisa Cureton, Teresa Cureton, Elizabeth Curlee, Chris Dailey.
oe Davis, Suresh DeSilva, Thusith DeSilva, Paul Dorn, Lynn Edwards, Bernard Elmore, David Elms, Zoe Fortos.
cott Geister, Carol Grindstaff, Tom Havelos, Robert Higgins, Brenda Huntley, Yolanda Johnson, Almeta Kilgo,
siu Liu, Rhonda Livergood, Korky Mann, Eric McDaniel, John Megson, Melinda lvliller, Sandy Miller, Scott
Moe, Todd Morris, Audra Newton, Norman Nguyen, Son Nguyen, Kelly Palmer, Tim Payne, Erin Poole, Brian
rince, Renda Read, John Rice, Richard Rich, Charlene Ridenhour, Sharon Rose, Adriene Simpson, Tonya
lrljaylor, Debbie Turbyfill, Mike Whaley.
Scott Geister takes a moment to relax
n the new IBM computer lab located
n room 245. The "Computer En-
wanced Learning Lab", or "CELL" has
aenefited both students and
The Computer Club was a
unique club that grew rapidly from
previous years. It was divided into
two separate but unified clubs in
order to enable more students to
participate. The clubs, dubbed as
Fifth Period Computer Club and
Sixth Period Computer Club, were
open to any sophomore, junior, or
senior who took a computer class.
Due to the change in policies, the
club got off to a slow start with
only plans of holding a fund-raiser
to purchase new equipment later
in the year. Tom Havelos, President
of the Sixth Period Computer Club,
was quoted as saying, "I believe
that the Computer Club has been
a casual experience for all
members this year."
Computer Club Officers. Sitting: Ellen
Skinner, Cora Mozingo - Advisors.
Standing: Tri Bui, Melinda Miller, Bryan
Cheek, John Rice, Joe Davis, Tom
Havelos, Renda Read, Audra Newton.
Ask Qny Adelphion whQT
wos The mosT fun QbouT
being in The club Qnd They
will probobly sQy iT wQs
iniTiQTion. LQsT yeQr wQs no
excepTion wiTh inducTees
being pQrQded Qround The
gym dressed in everyThing
from Q Horris-TeeTer grocer
To Q clusTer of gropes. Mony
school Qnd communiTy
projecTs were compIeTed by
This ThirTy-four member club
led by POTTY MoInQr Qnd
DiQne PeTerson. The Adel-
phiQns served refreshmenTs
QT severol PTSA meeTings
Qnd QT The JuniorfSenior
Prom. They pQrTicipQTed in Q
fund rQising skQTe-Q-Thon for
ST. MQrk's CenTer Qnd of
course held Their QnnuQl
CQrnQTion SQle QT VQlen-
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wQTch Shoron Mobley sTruggle To her
S601 during The Adelphion Tec.
Michelle Phlfer, Anneffe CovlngTon
Kim Anderson, CDG Th6f6SG FOI'd Q91
involved QT on Adelphlon cQIl meeTing
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Front row: Stephanie Cook, Pam Martin, Lori Davis, Joann Hamilton, Michelle Phifer, Lee Simmons, Candice Langston, Madie
Bradley, Angie Stfford, Shelly Melvin, Laura Ponder. Second row: Vicki Ribera, Van Bui, Meg Kenny, Peggy Pait, Carol Walker,
Annette Covington, Susan Neuman, Heidi Pirtle, Kristin Williams, Traci Brown, Sandy Knight. Third row: Sharon Mobley, Kelley
Palmer, Rachel Lewis, Carol Grindstaff, Theresa Ford. Back row: Dennis Bean, Deno Pourlos, Gene Davis.v
Officers: Angle Stafford, Treasurer:
Sharon Mobley, Secretary: Van Bui,
Vice-President: Laura Ponder,
: The eagle before desfreyrng if in The
WiTh A Smile!
Girl's Good SporTs, beTTer known os GGS, is o service
club composed of junior ond senior girls plus four moscoTs
ond one very hord working odvisor, lvlorilyn Thompson. GGS
members devoTe mony hours, boTh in ond ouT of school,
working on service projecTs To benefiT The communiTy ond
school. During The yeor, The girls sold homecoming
corsoges, mode posTers for The big sporTing evenfs, ond
decoroTed The Teachers' lounges. They olso visifed The
children oT Alexonder's Childrens Home ond sponsored o
"bird-busTing" flooT in The Homecoming Porode. In oddiTion
To These proiecfs, GGS olso held o wolk-o-Thon wiTh
proceeds going To former GGS member Kelly Mullis.
GGS members ochieve Their gool of moking Their club
beTTer Thon ony oTher by working TogeTher. They ogree
ThoT Through GGS new friends con Truly become The besT
of friends. As Elyse Evons, Vice-PresidenT sold, "GGS hos
been o very speciol porT of my yeors oT Goringer. l will
olwoys remember The speciol friends ond good Times wiTh
Officers ond lvloscofs - BoTTom: Dovid
Elms, Doug I-lonline. Korky lvlonn, Jeff
Prince. Middle: CoTrino Ross - Treo-
surer, Mio Powell - PresidenT, Elyse
Evons - Vice-President Top - Shoron
Lindsay - SecreTory.
Fronl Row: Shelio Clork, Trcici Brown, Lee Simmons, Shelly Fox, Rilo Sullon, Becky Sibley, Suson Newmon, Louro Ponder, Kelly lvlonn, Angie
Slofford, Modie Brodley, Meg Kenny. Second Row: Liso Eddins, Jennifer Porler, Pom Bulls, Elyse Evons, lvlellsso Russ, Lynn Scruggs, Liso Curelon,
Tereso Godwin, Tonyo Toylor, Kelly Andrews, Angie Cowo, Dovid Elms, Tereso Curelon. Third Row: Allison Deloney, Jockie Monson, Angie
Smilh, Mio Powell, Deywon Aronl, Yolondo Johnson, Coirino Ross, Wendy Bohorl, Liesl Bollle, Jeonne Pegrom, Llso Reynolds, Shoron Linclsoy,
Koren Lewis, Luonne Terry. Bock Row: Doug Honline, Korky lvlonn, Jeff Prince.
Deywon Aron? ond Yolondo Johnson
relox during o Chrislmos porly for old
Members oflenllvely llslen os The
officers ond odvisor shore informo- GGW55
Wild and Crazy Bunch
The Key Club was the
epltomy of school spirit.
When it came to school
support, the Key Club was
on top. Led by president
Doug Phillips, this merry
band of Wildcats attended
all of the sporting events.
Whether it was their critical-
ly acclaimed Pep Club, for
football. or the famous
"Sixth Man" of basketball,
these spirit boosters made
going to games special.
Painted faces, banners,
and newspapers were
some of the unique devices
that helped to show their
But promoting school spir-
it was not all that the Key
Club did. They were one of
the most dedicated and
strongest service clubs at
Garinger. Their tradition
was to raise money and to
give it to reputable chari-
ties. This year they spon-
sored a "Car Bash". This
"swings" at an old beat-up
car with a Sledge hammer.
Money raised was given to
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse
The Key Club Sweet-
hearts were the only girls in
the club. They helped with
all the fund raisers, and they
also kept a "feminine air"
about the club.
President, Doug Phillips, raises school
spirit as fellow club members raise
him up to shout to the fansr
Grant Hitchner and Tony Purcell
carefully work on props to put on
the Key Club homecoming float.v
Tim Payne prepares for a game by
making a colorful banner.
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Club members, Dennls Bean,
Vincenl Black, Wendy Bohari,
John Burnefi, Todd Cheek, John
Claffee, Gene Davis - Secretary,
Joe Davis, Rodney Davis, Greg
Dixon, David Elms, Jeff Fain, Bert
Giles - Vice President, Doug
Hanline, Doug Hefner, Grant
Hifchner, Tom Havelos, Ronny
Honeycuff, Richard Jennings,
Mark Jones - Treasurer, Sharon
Lindsay, Chris Long, Korky Mann,
Siu McElroy, Johnny McKellar,
Todd Morris, Tony Maxwell, Tim
Payne, Doug Phillips - Presidenf,
Jennifer Phipps, Todd Piercall,
Deno Pourlos, Eric Pressley, Brian
Prince, Jeff Prince, Tony Purcell,
Llsa Reynolds, lnder Sharma, John
Stewart, Luanne Terry, Brian
Thomas, Brian Tillman, Shane
Tucker, Jamie Warner, Mike
Sweefhearfs: Top row: Jennifer
Phipps. Middle row: Luanne Terry,
Sharon Lindsay. Bofiom row: Lisa
Reynolds, Wendy Boharf, Karen
Front Row: Elizabeth Curlee - Vice-President, Linda Culbertson
- Secretary, Susan Neumann - Historian, Second Row: Beth
McLaughlin - President, Todd Pierceall - Mascot. Meg Kenny
- Treasurer, Bill Hartley - Mascot. Third Row: Rusty Israel -
New member Van Bui, along
with Lynn Edwards, Lisa Furr
and Susan Neumann, enjoys
initiation night at Burger King.
Elizabeth Curlee and Linda Culbertson
provided a decorative and delicious cake
for the tea held in October.
Mascot, Mike Wade - Mascot, Todd Webber - Mascot.
Service Can Be Fun
Over 50 applicants patiently
waited outside the cafeteria as
the 'old' Keyettes busily set up for
the first tea of the year, held in
October. "O.K. - everybody walk
in imitating bats!" commanded
president Beth McLaughlin. The
hopeful girls strolled into the
cafeteria with their arms waving.
Their entrance was accompanied
by the 4960's "Batman" TV show
theme. The old Keyettes sat
above the pit and looked on while
the applicants were subjected to
embarrassing questions, balloon-
shaving contests, and other out-
lnitiation took place about a
week later. Burger King on ln-
dependence Blvd. was the meet-
ing place for all the new members
and their iibig sisters" or "big
brothers". Only a very few new
members were chosen, and they
were dressed in the craziest outfits
imaginable - even as a Coke can!
The Keyettes was one of
many service clubs dedicated to
improving the school and helping
the community. One traditional
activity for the clubs was the
Homecoming Parade. The
Keyettes won second place for
their "K entucky Fried Eagles"
float. Other activities that the club
participated in included cleaning
the trophies in the trophy cases,
donating money, and sponsoring
a "band appreciation feast" for
the Symphonic Band before the
band went to contest in the
This was Jane Sterrett's last
year at Garinger, and last as
advisor of Keyettes. The club will
miss her. A beach trip was planned
for Mother's Day weekend as a
last get-together of the year. The
future of Keyettes depends on its
For Valentine's Day, mascot Blll Hartley made a
sign which hung right beside Jane Sterrett's
classroom door. It displayed the feelings of the
Strange outfits could be seen during
initiation night, Terri Blackmon, Celeste
Black, and Marlo Morris enjoy the fun at
Balloons and sunglasses were The order of
the day for the October tea for voting in
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Front Row: Meg Kenny, Susan Neumann, Beth McLaughlin, Elizabeth Curlee, Linda Culbertson.
Second Row: Jill Brown, Tabatha Martin, Van Bui, Heather McCall, Terri Blackmon, Debby
McVicker, Pam Martin, Terri Crawford, Kelley Palmer, Rachel Lewis, Lori Davis. Third Row: LaTricia
Pratt, Marlo Morris, Tinka Burch, Celeste Black, Lavonia Rose, Rhonda Rickenbacker, Almeta
Kilgo, Kym Ross, Bonnie Bryant, Lisa Furr, Lynn Edwards, Heather Lamb, Sheila Schweers. Erin Poole,
Jane Sterrett - Advisor, Joan Davis, Jackie Flagg. Back Row: Todd Webber. Rusty Israel, Todd
Pierceall, Mike Wade, Bill Hartley, Jamie Snyder.
Mascot Rusty Israel finds that the usually
comfortable Keyettes sweatshirt can get a
little warm on the day of an early spring
QAbovej Creating the Keyettes Homecom-
ing float took hard work and planning, as
demonstrated by Bill Hartley and Elizabeth
Curlee at Beth McLaughlin's house.
Don'T Turn The Page
. . . lVleeT CenTrusa!
CenTrusa has proven
once again ThaT iT was
one of The mosT acTive
clubs. Their main prioriTies
included serving The
school and communify.
The club was comprised
of 25 junior and senior
members, and four sen-
"CenTruso is The grea-
TesT club wiTh all The righT
people . . . and l'm proud
I was chosen PresidenT,"
Jennifer Phipps com-
Frances Hawn demon-
sTraTed again ThaT she is
a caring advisor: The
whole club adored her.
The club was like one big
ParTicipaTing in fund
raising projecfs, helping
needy children, and
sponsoring a floaT in The
were jusT a few of The
numerous acTiviTies Cen-
Trusa was involved in
during The year.
Joe Davis qleffp and Chris Manley enjoy
socializing and eaflng offer The 'iTea".
Dawn SmlTh eagerly sings her version
of Madonna's "Lucky STar" during The
Llsa Llghfner musf be Thlnklng 'YUCK'
as Shelly Melvin makes her TasTe lemon
julce during The Tea.
Crazy cosTumes are a big parT of any
iniTiaTion. Here, new member Donna
Hufchins Cond her Teddy bearj enjoy
bofcemmso waTching The J.V. Foofball game.
4New member Debbie Roberts
doesn't seem too thrilled with her
make-up job, but "big sister" Lisa
Carpenter helps make her initiation fun
Advisor Frances Hawn approves ap-
plications before beginning the tea.
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Front Row: Lisa Carpenter, Sec.fTreas.: Chris Manley, Mascot: Vicki Fowler, Vice Pres.: Joe Davis, Mascot:
Jennifer Phipps, Presidentg Tom Havelos, Mascotp Stacie Smith, ICC Representative: Greg Dixon, Mascot.
Second Row: Nancy Burgos, Marlo Morris, Lisa Furr, Lisa Lightner, Peggy Pait, Sharon Suddreth, Shelly Melvin,
Debbie Roberts. Third Row: Michelle Phifer, Dawn Smith. Michele Corder, Vikki Setzer, Wendy Jervis, Kim
Blanchfield, Donna Hutchins, Jackie Brewton.
Alnitiation night is enjoyed by new
mascots Chris Manley, Greg Dixon,
Joe Davis, and new member Donna
"Felix" scornfully eyes "Oscar" as he flirTs wiTh Their daTes.
Once again, The Garinger Players
proved hard work and discipline is
whaf iT Takes To accomplish a
producfion. The Players presenfed a
comedy, "The Odd Couple" sTarring
Todd Webber as Oscar and Bill Collins
as Felix. The faifhful leader of The
Drama Club was advisor RoberTa
Sessions, affecTionaTely referred To as
The Garinger Drama DeparTmenT
gave sTudenTs a chance To furTher
Their TalenTs Through song, dance, and
acTions. The Players sponsored The
annual VarieTy Show and a musical
also. Drama was offered To sTudenTs
eiTher as a class or exTra-curricular
Leading The Players were Dwayne
Mason, PresidenT: Todd Webber,
Vice-President Terri Crawford, Secre-
Tary: and Bonnie BryanT, Treasurer. .C so
Players Bill Collins, Carl Sevier, and
Jason NobliTT discuss plans for The
FronT Row: Mike Whaley, Jana Sanderson, Todd Webber, Dwayne Mason, Bonnie BryanT, Terrl Crawford. Bill
62 D mo Collins, Anifa Radcliff, Cheryl Ellman. Second Row: Jeff Phillips, Robie Sheppard, Chris Gladden, Spencer Clark,
f ro Leah Davis. Back Row: Angela Haney, Debbie Deese, KrisTy LeaTh, Shannon Mifzel, Pam Marfin, Verna Ferrell,
VlcTor STegmeir. Gina MiTzeI, Heafher McCall, Kafhy Jacobs, David Ewing, Kelly MarTin.
Jeff Phillips, ond Carl
sfudy Their hands.
World . ..
The Foreign Language Club was made
of The French, Spanish, and LaTin classes.
During The year The Foreign Language
Club parTicipaTed in many acTiviTies.
Homecoming was a greaT success. AfTer
long hard hours of planning and preparing
The floaT won firsT place for iTs Theme.
The club also had an inTernaTional
ChrisTmas parTy and dinner. Each of The
foreign language classes were assigned
differenT counTries from which They made
popular dishes To bring. The members also
provided enTerTainmenT wiTh ChrisTmas
songs, break dancing, and lipsync.
March 4Th-8Th, was Foreign Language
Week. During ThaT Time members of The club
made posTers, projecTs and wore badges
recognizing diTferenT counTries. On Tuesday,
March 5Th, Foreign exchange sTudenTs from
CPCC came To Garinger To speak To The
club and enjoy The lunch prepared by The
members of The club. The Foreign language
club also had a soccer game beTween The
French and Spanish classes. The French class
ended up having To forfeiT The game
because There were noT enough people on
Each year The Foreign Language Club A
becomes larger and more well known for iTs T
LATIN - Fronf Row: Pablos Smargolls, Surresh DeSilva, Chip Givens, Chris Facenle. Second Row: Kim Allen.
Thomas Simpson. Kevin Caswell, Perry Couchell, Kim Anderson. Third Row: Joey Gladden, Warren Phillips,
6AfForelgn Language Club
This ls a plnafa, made by one of The
Spanish sTudenTs for Foreign Lan-
Jo Sfegmler supervises The clean up
commlTTee for The Foreign Lan-
guage Club Chrisfmas Party.
Bette Campagna relaxes while read-
THE ing the school newspaper between
gage! X classes.
A Dwayne Mason, Paul McPaul, and Beth
A McLaughlin socialize after eating their
..-f international dinner.
FRENCH - Terrence Adrey, Daniel Allison, Charlene Altman, Elizabeth Black, Madle Bradley, Jlll Brown, Trinetta Brown, Angie Brumfleld, Duc-Trl Bul, Trl-Quoz
Bul, Van Bul, Cammle Caddell, Joy Cameron, Mark Carr, Denise Chislom, Jenni Christmas, Tanya Clinton, Ylvonnla Conner, Stephanie Cook, Tracie
Cook, Cheryl Covington, Terrl Crawford, Llnda Culbertson, Elizabeth Curlee, Kirk Daniel, Gene Davis, Michelle Davis, Keith Dean, Thusith Desilva, Lisa
Dickson, Trip Dlilon, Stephanie Dupont, Pam Eason, Julie Eubanks, Steven Eudy, Jackie Flagg, Jackie Gathings, Bernice Gibson, Julie Green, Scott Griflin,
Jenny Griffith, Thayne Harmon, Kelly Harris, Cheryl Head, Joy Head, Wayne Hughes, Wesley Hunter, Drea Jackson, Robby Jones, Chris Keene, Meg Kenny,
Davld Kerns, Myra Klker, Almeta Kllgo, Ron Klnard, Sandy Knight, Heather Lamb, Christine Lane, Tony Laugbrun, Kimberly Ledford, Eric Livingston, Chize
Love, Speedy Mack, Kelly Mann, Dwayne Mason, Angie Massey, Shaun Masten, Karla Mayer, Stefanie McCIeary, Mike McLendon, Lydia Melchor, Melinda
Mlller, Francie Mitchell, Todd Moms, Renee Nance, Susan Neumann, Loan Nguyen, Mydieu Nguyen, Nick Patel, Dawn Phelps, Laura Ponder, Felicia Roddey,
Mark Sanders, Dalleen Schlackman, Bobby Scott, Selard Searles, Neerja Sharma, Dawn Shooke, Becky Sibley, Novella Simpson, Randy Smith, Andy
Smlthey. Chris Spain, Angle Stafford, Darlene Stitt, Rita Sutton, Toni Sutton, Terence Thomas, Lisa Tucker, Faith Wallace, Lara Weibel, Crystal Whaley,
Michael Whaley, Lou-Anne Whltt, Cynthia Williams, Princetta Wilson, Marc Wint, Susan Wise, Patsy Wyatt, Ricardo Young,
I r ,rf A I if H,
SPANSH - Torrance Adams, Jason Alen, Thomas Alen, Scott Aknes, Luisa Anderson, Ricky Anderson, Cecile Anthony, Stan Amtstrong, Thomas Amold.
Charles Austin. Mark Avant, Ken Beard, Shay Bennett, Gary Black, Melissa Bolton, Jeff Brelsacher, Kevin Brewer, Greg Broadway, Stephanie Brooks, Traci
Brown, Krlstl Burris, Donald Butler, Charles Colfer, Renee Cherry, Hslu-Chl Lul, Michelle Coe, Jeff Cook, Lisa Corder, Joan Davls, Chris Dailey, Johnny Dickinson,
Melinda Dixon. Roslyn Dixon, Steve Drye. Cheryl Elman, Oscar Eubanks, Tonya Fllmore, Angela Fisher, Theresa Ford, Zoe Fortos, Lisa Furr, Kyle Gaither,
Taleena Gardner, Mike Gibson, Susan Gilmore, Rlcky Grlce, Andre Grier, Lisa Griffith, Carol Grlndstaff, Robby Haine, David Hamilton, Toni Hammock, Todd
Henllne, Chris l-iortls, Jimmy Harris, Christy Hefner, Patrick Hepler, Julie Higgins, Dawn Hilton, Mitch Hoffman, Brenda Huntley, Belinda Hutchins, Joel Jackson,
David Jennings, Sam Jordan, Sharon Kelly, Kathy Keziah, Steve King, Mark Klser, Benito Kyle, Shannon Lamm, Deborah Land, Tommie Lankford, James
Laughrun, Krlsth Leath, Klm Lee, Donald Lllly, Amy Llndler, Jeff Lindsay, Jackie Manson, Tabatha Martin, John Mauldin, David Mathews. Cheryl McClammy,
Evette McCloud, Maurice McCord, Stephanie McCoy, Bob McDonald, Tami McElrnore, Stewart Mclllroy, Tracy McHon, Beth McLaughlin, Shelley Melvin,
Laura Miller. Rickie Miller, Sharon Mobley, Marlo Morris, My Nyguen, Phi-Dung Nyguen, David Nicholson, Stacey Oxendlne, Wanda Pagoota, Theresa Perry.
Michelle Phlfer, Heldl Plrtle, Ross Pitts, John Pittman, Leslie Pointer, Melody Poplin, Chris Potts, Eric Pressley, Brenda Prince, William Purcell, Renda Read, John
Rice, Lavonla Rose, Kim Rudlsell, Sheila Schweers, Vlkkl Setzer, Lataundrio Simpson, Arthur Smith, Dawn Smith, Jackie Smith, Stacie Smith, Jenny Spratt,
Charles Stewart, Kim Stewart, Jeff Stevens, Sandy Stonebraker, Sharon Suddreth, Cynthia Snyder, Cheryl Taylor, Dana Taylor, Angela Teal, Frank Timberlake,
Suzanne Turner, Carole Walker, Monica Warters, Kelly Waters, Ray Wilks, Kristin Williams, Ben WWCXTISOD, Gayle Wood, Trina Woodland, Saffron Wright,
Foreign Language Clubf 65
All The Way
Wendy Jervis prepares food for FHA member
FHA, FuTure Homemakers of Amer-
ica celebraTed iTs AOTh year during
4984-4985. FuTure Homemakers of
America lnnovaTive programs have
Touched The lives of millions of young
people Through local chapTers.
CurrenTly There are 28 members
and A advisors. Each sTudenT member
has been very acTive, and exclTed
abouT The acTivlTies of FHA.
FHA-Hero are Two combined clubs
ThaT are opened To all sTudenTs
involved in a Home Economics Class.
WiTh The help of Advisors, Bernice
Caldwell, Maxine Berry, Frances
Graves, and Pamela Huss The sTudenTs
learn a greaT deal in The upcoming
fuTure, and how To assume Their roles
in socieTy Through home economics
Fronf Row: Pamela Huss - Advisor, LaTonia FeTherson - Vice PresidenT, CaTherine Mason - PresidenT, Kelly Johnson - ICC l?epresenTaTive,
Kelly Harris - Social CommiTTee Chairman, Wendy Jervis - Treasurer, Laura Gray - SecreTary, Maxine Berry - Advisor. Second Row:
Angela CureTon, Maureen Ly, Kahlud Badran, DeTrina GarreTT, Pam Sykes, Angie Brumfield, Angela PorTer, Gina MarTin. Back Row:
Melinda Dixon, Darlene Wilson, Carol Guice, Harold Pauley, VicTor Hall, Ruby Rivers, Sara CoxTon, Lisa SeawrighT, Joyce Bolman.
SVP: A New
Judy Lowe prepares sTudenTs for an upcoming
STudenTs VocaTional PreparaTion
was a new club aT G-aringer, com-
monly referred To as S.V.P. The
concepT of The club was To creaTe job
inTeresT, leadership, a sfrong char-
, acTer, as well as encourage confidenT
involvemenT in social acTiviTies.
Along wiTh Their supporTive advi-
sor, Judy Lowe, They collecTed money
for The empTy sTocking fund, gave a
needy family a ChrisTmas BaskeT, Took
a Trip To a childrens home and had
various speakers come To The classes
and Talk abouT good job opporTuni-
Judy Lowe noTed ThaT because of
fsf' being a new club, This' pasT year was
basically jusT a sTepping sTone for The
years To come.
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Front Row: Mickey Oliver, Mark Mize, Jeff Thomas, Charles Peoples, Weldon McBride, John Keziah. Second Row: Judy Lowe - Advisor,
Terrell Meadows, Kay Guice - Treasurer, Mike LighTner - Vice President Rubonia Anihony, Reggie KirkpaTrick, VicTor Hall, Roberr Gee
- President Back Row: BeniTa WhlTe, VeniTa Hood, Angela CureTon, Tara Galloway - SecreTary, Janice Smifh, PaT Dunlap - Reporier,
Sandra Haga, Maureen Ly.
Classes of America, more
commonly known as DECA,
has been a viTal parT of The
school in pasT years and has
conTinued This TradiTion. DECA
parTicipaTed in communiTy
projecTs, raised money for The
sTarving in Elhiopia, helped
Take invenTory aT Belk's, and
held Their annual fashion show.
WiTh The help of advisors
Delores Jones, Libby Howey,
and Nancy Burgess, some
DECA members worked hard
and were able To parTicipaTe
in DisTricT CompeTiTion held aT
Myers Park and CPCC. Pres-
idenT Julie Higgins won an
award for her ouTsTanding
leadership in one compeTiTion.
Vice-PresidenT Eric Living-
sTon advised, "lf you have a
chance To be in DECA, do iT,
iT will help you in The fuTure. The
experience has enriched my
life in areas of poliTics, econ-
omics, and in my everyday
dealing wlTh people."
The officers are Joann HamilTon, Julie
Higgins, Jamie Deal. Back Row: Lisa
Furr, Eric LivingsTon, Randy LiTTle.
FronT Row: John Pappas, YveTTe Blackmon, Candle Jones, Pam Simmons, Sheila Gardner, Trinea Fordham, Jamie Deal,
Chris SmiTh, Joey Horne. Second Row: Valerie Davis, Laionia FeTherson, Caiherine Mason, Sheryl SmiTh, Tommie Lankford,
Traci Brown, CynThia Nivens, AnneTTe Gee, Janice SmiTh. Third Row: Dawn Hillon, PaTTy Koonce, Teresa CureTon, Delores
Williams, Ramona Hall, Tracey Mock, Doug Keesler, Brad SmiTh, FourTh Row: CrysTal Roseboro, Karen McKee, Valerie
Moore, Suzanne Turner, STacey SmiTh, Jennifer Deery, Solly CarTer, Ronald Robinson, FifTh Row: Genise Moore, Rena
Brandow, Mary Jennings, Randy LiTTle, Tami McLemore, Lou-Anne WhiTT, Fronza KirkpaTrick, Darrell Brewer, Jason Allen.
SixTh Row: Phil Flowe, Jason NobliTT, Ricky Bosiic, ClayTon Hailey, Eric LivingsTon, Tim Thompson, Tony Bosh, PaTrick Glover,
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FronT Row: Debbie BrewTon, Darlene HuTchlns, Jackie Brewion, Donna
HuTchlns, Pairina Kelly, Lee Ann Helms, PaTTy Presnell, Joann HamiITon,
Angie Massey, JaneT Crowe. Second Row: Melissa Bridges, KrisTie Aikens.
Toni SuTTon, Lisa Furr, Angela JusTice, Kelly Parks, Revonda Hudson,
DeTrina GarreTT, Kaihy Keziah. Third Row: Kelly Johnson, Melissa Brazell,
Julie Higgins, Sheri BlanTon, Michelle Simpson, Susan Gilmore, Shelly
Melvin. FourTh Row: Missy Harvey, David Crowson, Lee Frickhoeffer, Ray
Wilks, Tony Price, Lee SmiTh, Rhonda Harmon, Tony Grier, Dana Hall,
Elzener Jenkins, Francie MiTchell, Peggy PaiT, Siephanie DuPonT. Back
Row: WalTer Harlow, Darrell Perry, Kevin Kimble, Pam TripleTTe, Shawn
MasTen, Paige ParroTT.
The fifth period officers are as follows:
Smlfhey, Dana Taylor, and Julie Green.
The Science Club spenT The year
conTinuing To build a solid base in The five
sciences: biology, chemisTry, physics, physical
science, and earTh science. As a TesT of Their
knowledge, members of The Science Club
parTicipaTed in a Science Olympiad held aT
ST. Andres in Laurinburg, N.C. Combining Their
aThleTic abiIiTies wiTh Their scienTific knowledge
The group won second place in The
The Science Club Took parT in oTher evenTs
ThroughouT The year. A Trip To The zoo and a
Teleconference wiTh a NASA official abouT
fuTurisTic air TransporTaTion highlighTed a few
of The acTiviTies in which The club parTicipaTed.
Advisor, Jim Dixon planned and coordinaTed
all of The clubs acTiviTies.
PresidenT of The sixTh period Science Club,
ScoTT GeisTer sTaTed, "Being in The Science
Club has been a greaT learning experience.
l'm sure iT will help me in The fuTure."
The sixTh period officers are ScoTT
GeisTer - President lnder Sharma -
Secrefaryp Tim Payne - Vice-Presidenfz
Neerja Sharma - Treasurer.
Fronf Row: Julie Green,
Cheryl Covlngfon, Dana
Taylor, lnder Sharma, Tim
Payne, Andy Smifhey, ScoTT
Geisfer, Neerja Sharma.
Second Row: Jackie Flagg.
Laura Miller, Gary Espin.
Jennifer ChrisTmas, Chris
Keene, Mike Crockford, Zoe
Forios. Third Row: Tabafha
MarTIn, Karla Mayer, Sharon
Gleaves, Suresh DeSilva, Trip
Reynolds, Thusifh DeSilva.
FourTh Row: Jeff Miell, Joan
Davis, Korky Mann, Joe
Davis, Shannon Mifzel, Jef-
fery MaTThews, Norman
Nguyen, Son Nguyen. Fiffh
Row: Todd Plerceali, Jason
NobliTT, Krisfen LeaTh, Shane
Tucker, Paul Dorn, Tommy
Havelos, Jim Dixon - advisor.
Science Club 169
I K FronT row Kelly Andrews Vice
ln oddiTion To The regulor Bible
sTudies, The Bible ll closs porTicipoTed
in vorious ocTiviTies involving our school
ond communiTy. The closs begon The
yeor by recognizing speciol people
whose conTribuTions were greoT buT
Their proise wos noT. ln November The
closs sponsored The onnuol Thonksgiv-
ing ProiecT by receiving ond disTribuT-
ing non-perishoble iTems from severol
homerooms ond sending newsleTTers
To former sTudenTs who ore now in
college. VisiTing The Children's Words
ond Nursing Homes wiTh fovors,
greeTings, ond smiles, helping wiTh The
onnuol Blood Mobile, ond lending
supporT To school funcTions, ore only
o few of The mdny Things The Bible ll
The moin Theme of Bible ll wos
besT summed up by presidenT BerT
Giles wiTh Proverbs 4633, l'CommiT To
The Lord whdTever you do, ond your
plons will succeed."
PoTrino Kelly spends Time in closs
sTudylng The books of The Bible,
Froni row: Angie Boucom, Dono Holi, Poirino Kelly, Koren l-lollingsworlh. Second row: LoVerne Wright, Kelly Andrews, Williorn
Wolson, Tornmi Bigby, Sharon Mills, Kimberly Siewori, Chris G-lodden. Third row: Dwoyne Collins, Seon Goiis, Beri G-iles, Chris
Long, Chris Neville, Rhondo Rickenbooker, Donny Godwin.
Kelly Andrews onswers o queslion on
o subjeoi she hos been well-versed in.
Bible ii 171
A Cut Above
Robin Wilson discover' the world of
The Biology IXAG class has
much to reflect on:
magazine articles, oxford
readers only a Ph.d under-
stands, rotting beans, end-
less hours of impossible
homework, and test after
test after test.
Their teacher J. R. Johnson
explained, "The kids in-
volved in the academically
gifted program are easily
bored, so you have to keep
them occupied or they lose
interest." He continued,
"You also have to push an
AG student harder to get
him or her to reach their
Tests in Biology lfAG are
not simple one period tests
like normal classes, but they
are long drawn out affairs
that can last anywhere from
two to three full periods.
Many of the students give
up a large part of their lunch
periods to complete these
tests. "His tests were the
hardest ones l have ever
taken in my life." exclaimed
Another large part of their
class time was spent doing
hands-on dissections. They
completed a total of six
dissections. Included among
these were a frog and a
fetal pig. "I had never done
anything quite like this
before and I don't really
want to do it again if
possible," explained Tab-
Between tests and dis-
sections. class time was
spent doing labs, micro-
scope work, and usually
taking pages of notes. "lt
seemed that the notes
would never end. He just
kept throwing them at us but
l felt l learned quite a bit
from them," stated Duc Bui.
Chad Leatherwood Mark Avant and
Front Row: Pat Lanier, Trip Dllllon, Cheryl Covington, Dana Taylor, Tabatha Martin, Karla Mayer, Joan Davis. Second
Row: Perry Couchell, Patsy Wyatt, Robin Wilson, Jackie Flagg, Christine Lane. Back Row: J. R. Johnson, Teacher,
Duc Bui, Chris Burns, Jeff McElroy, Andy Smithey, Chad Leatherwood, Mark Avant. QNot Pictured, Joy Cameronq
Studying some strange organisms like
la Volvox or an Amoeba, Patsy Wyatt
lleans over her microscope.
Q Clowning around and not doing his lab
work, Andy Smithey proves to the
class that man cannot fly.
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Because of class size, Biology I AG
students have more freedom to roam
around the room in search of answers.
While reading Instructions before
beginning work, Karla Mayer relaxes.
Biology VAC-if 73
Biology ll . . . No Cure
A funny, tingling sensation in
your hands: strained, red eyes:
and extremely weird urges to cut
open small animals are all
symptoms of a typical case of
Biology ll syndrome. As with all
exotic diseases, there are usually
only a few ways of transmitting this
First, accounting for the ting-
ling sensation in The hands, are the
hours and hours of notes, draw-
ings, quizzes, papers, and
magazine articles experienced by
all good Biology ll students.
Next, accounting for the
strained, red eyes, are the days
spent gazing through a micros-
cope in amazement. This occurs,
for the most part, while studying
botany and anatomy, and at
times it seems that your eyelids
are stuck to the eyepiece.
Last but not least, accounting
for the urge to cut open small
animals, are the times when you
find yourself standing over slightly
mutilated pigs, sharks, pigeons,
and even squids.
These activities, although
believed to be the cause of
Biology ll syndrome, are all a part
of the curriculum. lt was designed
for students who have finished
Biology l and have a special
interest in furthering their biological
JR. Johnson, who teaches the
class, gets great pleasure out of
seeing the syndrome infest all of
his students. "When former
students come back to you years
later and thank you for teaching
them on the college level, you
know that your methods have
merit," explained Johnson.
Although there is the risk of
catching Biology ll syndrome, this
class is probably one of the most
rewarding and challenging
Kernel by kernel, Melissa Russ counts
her genetic corn.
Front Row: Angle Hughes, Scott Gelster, Mitch Hofmann, Robin Howard
Second Row: Melissa Russ, Korky Mann, Debbie Turbyfill, Marlo Morris
Third Row: lnder Sharma, Lisa Reynolds, Todd Webber Back Row: Bill
Hartley, John Koch, Gena Chambers, Verna Ferrell, Angie Cawa
Completing his homeworkj Todd
Webber hurrles to turn it ln.
on eor of corn, Llso Reynolds
her kernels To complefe o
Qne, two, lhree . . . Blll Hcrfley focuses
rn on o single kernel of corn,
As Korky Monn lgnores her, Marlo
Morris figures our thot she con"r ect
lomlnaled corn and lnsfeod, decldes
to count l'r.v
Wlfh o pencil, Debbie Turbyflll polnls
out o purple, wrinkled kemel of corn.A
Concenrroling on her eor of corn.
Angie Hughes aggressively counts
I I I
The Garinger Radio and producing, and performing in
Television course was an im- commercials.
mense program in The sTaTe of
NorTh Carolina. Under The
direcTion of Charles Gordon,
This Two period a day course
gave sTudenTs The basic skills
needed for a career in broad-
The firsT year, sTudenTs
spenT Their Time comprehend-
ing The operaTion of The
equipmenT and amending
Their announcing Techniques.
During The second year,
sTudenTs masTered wriTlng,
"We read a loT of Shake-
speare because iT was difficulT
To read, and if They can read
ThaT Caloudj, They can read
anyThing," Gordon said.
The sTudenTs Took various
field Trips To Television sTaTions
including WSOC T.V. in Char-
The sTudenTs learned ThaT
There was more To radio and
Television Than Talking and
lisTening To music.
Thayne Harmon is in full conTrol of his
camera during a Taping.
RoberT STewarT and SCOTT McGuirT
Take Time ouT To relax.
FronT Row: Andre Jones, Eric
Graham, Pervis Thomas, Reggie
Grier, Todd Morris, Jeff Phillips.
Second Row: Charles YoTer, Reggie
Malker, Boris SweiTzer, STeve Keno,
DexTer BunTs, Todd Webber, Shelly
Fox. Third Row: Charles Gordon -
advisor, Susan Linder, Allison McDon-
old, AniTa RaTliffe, Lisa GriffiTh,
SyBrenna Hickland, Rachel Lewis.
Preparing to go on the air, Shelly Fox
gathers last minute bits and pieces.
The radio and broadcasting room
can be a difficult place. Rachel
Lewis and Shelly Fox "cue up" a
AFront Row: Gerrace Headen,
gy. Cincerely McRae, Pam Eason.
Second Row: John Stewart, Todd
Cheech, Doug Hefner, Rodney
Boone, Glen Satterfield, Chris Cur-
ley, Charles Gordon - advisor. Third
Row: Thayne Harmon, Rusty lsreal.
4Anita Ratlifte, Shelly Fox, Rachel
Lewis, and Lisa Griffith discuss their
Radio fTelevision f 77
VICA Clubs . . .
VICA, VocaTional lndusTrial Clubs of Arnerica, was
Taken advanTage of by rnany sTudenTs To develop
skills in high school. These classes, such as DrafTing,
prepared sTudenTs for The working world by Training
Them wiTh on hands experience.
DrafTing l classes learned To use drawing
insTrumenTs, how-To-draw wiTh drafTing ink, and
geomeTric consTrucTion. DrafTing ll learned basic
consTrucTion plans, floor plans, and how They are
FronT Row: Wesley Hepler, Russell Schneck, Trey Lankford, Gene Brown, John Dunn, NaThanieI
Davis. Second Row: Renee SrniTh, David MaTThews, Chris Manley, Shane Tucker, and Ivan
STarTing The day off righT, Chris Manley
works on his drafting assignrnenT
DrafTing VICA Club Officers: Wesley
Hepler - SecreTary, Chris Manley -
Vice President Ivan Alexander A
Club Advisor, John Dunn - Treasurer,
Gene Brown - l?eporTer, Tony Purcell
- ParliarnenTarian, and Shane Tucker
DrafTing Teacher, Richard Hender-
son, gives his sTudenTs a learning
experience, and also fun.v
C, ' .
Lewis Johnson works on projecT for
STeve Purvis, shop Teacher, in machine
Building Toddy For
A BelTer Tomorrow
lndusTrial ArTs courses TaughT sTudenTs many skills needed for
Today's indusTrial world. These courses consisTed of learning The
fundamenTals of woodworking, following safeTy procedures, and
moking such producTs as bookshelves, capineirs, and oTher wood
VICA won firsT ond second place in Division 6 VlCA
compeTiTion aT STanley Tech and Albemarle. Hard work and
creaTiveness really paid off.
Machine Shop VICA Club. FronT Row: Mark Hopkins, Tim Pence, and Eric Springs,
Harold Pauley, Willie WesTbrooks, Allen Tillman, Tyron Simmons, and STeve Purvis - Advisor. Third
Row: l?oberT Decker, Aaron lvlcKnighT, and Lewis Johnson,
STeve STanek uses The Toble saw To
clear his wood jusT The riQhT size,
Harry SechresT works wiTh sTudenTs on
indusTrial skills and abilifies.
Each year the Vocational lndus-
triai Clubs have given many students
practical work experience during high
school. The large number of courses
provided help to students in choosing
a good career and practicing skills
such as graphic arts.
Graphic VICA Club Front Row: Renee Smith, Darlene Barnette, Sherri Edwards, Aaron Bucannon, James
Snyder, Lea Ann Helms, Allison McDonald, Toni Clune and Erwin Springs. Second Row: Pat Land, Tawanda
Allen, Renita Crawford, Angela Hall, Amy Joe Moore, Marsha Schaffer and Bill Collins, Third Row: Mark Hopkins,
Sam Stinson, Scott Travis, Richard Montoaue, Anita Ratliffe, and Deloris Williams.
Bus Drivers -
Job Well Done
Whether we knew it or
not, being a bus driver
meant a great deal of
students to school safely
was not as easy as it may
have seemed, especially
when twenty to over forty
students were on one bus
at the same time. Each
bus driver must have had
a valid North Carolina
drivers license for at least
six month prior to taking
Front Row: Darrin Stinson, Randy Roberts, Jeff Crowder, Rodney McClure,
Mike Whaley, and Charles Council. Second Row: Johnnie Mcllwaine,
Anthony Washington, Gerald Teeter, Tyrone Simmons, Ruby Dean,
Michael Raley, Bernard Elmore, and William Thompson. Third Row: Renee
Smith, Kenneth Monroe, Cathy Pettit, Kenneth Jones, Rene Austin,
Mickey Oliver, Kevin Rudisell, and Cedric Anthony. Fourth Row: Reggie
Miller and Lee Staten. Fifth Row: Willie Westbrook, Jeff McMurray, Ralph
McKlsslck, and Victor Hall. Top: Scott Sawyer.
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Rusty Doss, Lynord Wynn, Vincent
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Girls Drill Team
Girls Color Guard: Debbie Deese
Lisa Edwards, Tammy Smith
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ConTrary To belief, The High-Q
Team was noT a True indicaTion of
inTellecTual abiliTy. The advisor JudiTh
Lowe commenTed, 'lThe members
had To have a quick recall, and
have a wide range of inTeresTs. The
Team pracTiced long and hard in
order To do well in compeTiTion wiTh
oTher high schools in NorTh Carolina."
The capTain, Angie Hughes added.
l'The High-Q Team has enriched my
life and noT only has been a menTal
challenge buT also fun."
The compeTing Teams were
asked general knowledge quesTions
on a varieTy of subjecTs. The
subjecTs included currenT evenTs,
sporTs, hisTory, science, music, geo-
graphy, and a range of oTher Topics.
The Team members included
The following: Angie Hughes, cap-
Taing BeTh McLaughlin, Chris Keene,
Dwayne Mason, and Paul Dorn.
RepresenTing The Team as scorer
was Joseph SmiTh.
BeTh McLaughlin shows Off her new High-Q
BeTh McLaughlin, Paul Dorn, Chris Keene, Dwayne Mason, Angie Hughes - CapTain. NoT Picfuredz Joseph
Joseph SmiTh. Angie Hughes, and Dwayne
Mason use valuable Time aT school To
enrich Their knowledge.
Angie Hughes quizzes Joseph SmiTh.
Dwayne Mason, and BeTh McLaughlin ouT
of a Trivia book.
Sopranos use The firsT few minuTes of
class To warm-up Their volces.
Once again, The choral deparTmenT
proved why iT is considered one of The mosT
respecfed choirs around. The deparTmenT
consisfed of The Garinger Singers, Women's
Ensemble and Men's Ensemble, who repre-
senTed The school well, by making a superior
in The annual conTesT held aT WesT CharloTTe.
ln addiTion To These groups are The
Garinger Townsingers, who spenT The year
performing aT various conTesTs and bandueTs.
Of course none of This would have been
accomplished wlThouT The supporT and
encouragemenf of Their direcTor, MaryAnn
CarpenTer. Jennifer PorTer, a senior choral
sTudenT said, 'll believe Mrs. Carpenter will
always mainTain The sfandards ThaT have
been already seT in years before." Whafever
The case, The choir is one of The few TradiTions
ThaT can be counTed on To conTinue in The
AfTer all The work, The choir adds The
Fronf row: Rlfa Suffon, Carol Walker, Beverly Burris, Regina Ellisen, Rachel Lewis, Randy LiTTle, Mike Wade, Gary Espin, Scoff Blakely, Rusfy Israel, Susan
Dean, Melissa Pope, Jennifer PorTer, Pam BuTTs. Second row: Donna Crawford, Sharon Mobley, Kourfenay Barnard, Karla Maynor, William Witherspoon.
Jamie Snyder, Dwayne Mason, Anfonio Campbell, Lisa Eddins, Melissa Brazzell, Jeanne Pegram, Romana Hall, Carol G-rindsTaff. Third row: Romonda Harris,
Teresa Crockeff, Kim Rudisill, Renee Robinson, Liesl BaTTle, Jill PeTTus, Todd Cheek, Carl Sevier, Jason NobbiT, Thomas BenneTT, Vicki Fowler, Angie Davis,
Denise Chavis, Karen Lewis. Fourfh row: Dailene Schlackman, Lenifa Weldon, Melissa Russ, Allison Delaney, David Elms, Doug Hanline, Chris Frye, Andy
Smifhey, Keifh Paylor, Vik Sfegmeir, Eddie Rorie, Lafricia PraTT, Jennifer Baker, Mary Jennings.
First Row: Rita Sutton, Carol Walker,
Beverly Burris, Kourtenay Barnard,
Rachel Lewis, Lori Lewis, Susan Dean,
Sandy Knight, Melissa Pope, Jennifer
Porter, Pam Butts. Second Row: Donna
Crawford, Denise Chavis, Kim Rudisell,
Carol Grindstaff, Regina Ellison, Karla
Mayer, Kelly Bean, Kay Rogers, Robin
Wilson, Tabatha Martin, Melissa Braz-
zell, Jeanne Pegram, Angela Hall,
Janet Crowe, Third Row: Sharon
Mobley, Ramonda Harris, DeTrina
Garret, Renee Robinson, Liesl Battle, Jill
Pettus, Janice Sanderson, Michelle Bell,
Darlene Wilson, Lori SmiTh, Vicki Hall,
Ramona Hall, Karen Lewis. Fourth Row:
Dallene Schlackman, Rosa Crump,
Angel Haney, Jennifer Christmas,
Lenlta Weldon, Melissa Russ, Allison
Delaney, Latonia Corbitt, Angela
Davis, Jennlfer Baker, Mary Jenningsy
The altos, of The Garinger Town
Singers, try their best to memorize si,
their partsy g sgg
AThe sopranos carefuly watch The
direction of MaryAnn Carpenter.
MaryAnn Carpenter makes sure the
choir is on pitch, at all Timesy
Cholr Officers: Mike Wade - Llbrarlan, Kourienay Barnard -
IVlce-President, Alllson Delaney - President, Karen Lewis - Librarian,
David Elms - SecretaryfTreasurer.
Garinger Townsingers: Donna Crawford, Mlke Wade, Sharon Mobiey, Thomas
Bennett, Kourtenay Barnard, Randy Little, Rita Sutton, Gary Espen, Alllson Delaney,
Andy Smithey, Karen Lewis, Rusty lsreal, Liesl Battle, David Elms, Jill Pettus, Doug
Hanline, Vicki Fowler, Todd Cheek, Ramona Hall.
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Men's Ensemble Front Row:
,,,,t-- ,,hxl K K Randy Little, William Wither-
EF spoon, Mike Wade, Gary
5 Espin, Scott Blakely. Second
J Row: Dwayne Mason, Jamie
h , Snyder, Jason Nobbit, Eddie
F Q xkf' fl Rorie Rusty Israel, Todd Cheek.
A i':- I ' -,l Third Row: Thomas Bennett,
, .,,,. Andy Smithey, Chris Frye,
J :': J Antonio Campbell, Doug Han-
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J 'V .
I "iii line, David Elms.
AlmeTa Kilgo, Jill Brown, Dawn Shooke, Leslie Poinfer, Jackie SmiTh, Camie Caddell, Parks Reid, Valerie Sledge, Sherry Ward.
A Touch of Class
The orchesTra, which was comprised of sTrings only,
pursued The Music DeparTmenT's goals Through rehearsal and
musical reciTals. These reciTals represenTed major hisTorical
periods of classical music. Individual musicianship was
sTrengThened Through a sTrucTured series of evaluaTive
performances. These performances gave The orchesTra The
opporTuniTy To display Their TalenT and show whaT They had
learned. Concerf masfer AlmeTa Kigo sTaTed, 'il Think The
orchesTra adds a refreshing Touch of class To Garlngerf'
ClarineTisT Loren Charnley and saxophone player CaThy PeTTiT
demonsTraTed Their musical apiliTies and Technical know-how aT
The annual All-STaTe Band audifion. PeTTiT received second chair
honor and Charnley won Third chair. Their compeTlTion was fierce,
and each should be congraTulaTed for Their ouTsTanding
Loren Charnley and Cafhy PeTTiT consider iT an honor To be chosen for
Playing his heorT ouT, Loren Chornley
exemplifies The excellence of The
lviorching Bond during cz hcilfTime show.
nw' V .H
Mork Jones leods off The fons wiih o loud
round of l'We Love Wildcofsf'
TrumpeT line Ieocls The bross sechon
The holfTime ocTiviTies GT The Norih
The Symphonic Bond is responsible for
performing numerous concerTs.
First Row: Lynn Edwards, Debby
Mcvicker, Alicia Croom, Sabrina Hick-
lin, Erin Poole, Tracy Baber, Loren
Charnley, Second Row: Gena
Chambers, Terri Blackmon, Brian Till-
man, Eric McDaniel, Stan Armstrong,
Catrina Ross, Fred Holmes, Doug
Phillips, Cathy Pettit, Angie Smith, Lori
Davis, Kim Anderson, Leandra Baker.
Third Row: Meg Kenny, Pam Martin,
Michael Whaley, Barney Brannon, Bill
Hartley, Kent Margraves, David Jen-
nings, Mark Jones, Frank Timberlake,
Stephanie Brooks, Will Duke, Dwayne
Woodard, Thelonius Reed, Chris
Dailey, Maurice McCord, Jeff Ste-
phens, Cline Gore, Vonyada McKee.
Fourth Row Qstandingj: Tony Maxwell,
Mark Sanders, Reggie Hartgrove.
The Agony And The Ecstacy
auditions conducted by Dr. Robert Maddox.
How did the band members describe band?
"Rowdy!" commented clarinetist Kim An-
The next level of band was Symphonic
Band or Band ll. lt consisted mainly of juniors
and seniors, but also contained sophomores
who showed their individual talent through
The Concert Band or Band I
was officially thought of as the
prerequisite for the next level,
Symphonic Band. Concert
Band prepared sophomores
and juniors for more advanced
music. Led by Dr. Robert
Maddox, the Concert Band
gave seasonal concerts
throughout the year so that
students could become
aware of Garinger's successful
First Row: Michelle Jaycox, Angie Horne, Stephanie Mills, Chantelle Gulledge, Kim Turner, Terri Kanipe, Tommie
Turner. Second Row: Sheila Schweers, Teresa Perry, Tracy Smith, Tonya Hamilton, Gary Black, Donnie Floyd, Steve
Dean, Jimmie Harrison, Mary Crowder, Annette Covington, Trinicia Strickland, Theresa Ford. Third Row Cstanclingj:
James Norman, Jimmy Tatsis, Chuck Austin, Joy Cameron, Lee Oxendine, Chris Burns, Lisa Norris, Mike Crockforcl.
Third Row Cseatedj: Jason Allen, Scott Hall, Craig Allen, Patrick Lanier,
RoberT Maddox prepares The drum majors for Their half-Time performance.
Drum majors Dawn Heard and Brian
Tillman capTivaTed The audiences wiTh Their
exciTing and individual Techniques. Along wiTh
conducTing The marching band aT fooiball
games away and aT home ThroughouT The
season, They also led The band in seasonal
parades, including The Carrousel Parade and
The Shrine Bowl. Senior Dawn Heard commenT-
ed, "PosiTion of drum major required a loT of
responsibiliTy, buT along wiTh ThaT came fun
because Brian Tillman made iT worThwhile.
Good luck Brianl"
The drum majors conducT marching band aT an afTer school praciice session.
Dawn Heard receives applause and praise for The majors' ouTsTanding
Nervousness shows, especially on fhe face of
Debby McVlcker who copes by eafing her flufe.
ll's your turn. Jomes McCoy and Russell Mifchell
practice a drum cadence before a pep rally.
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Blowlng fhelr hardesf, fhese clarlnef and flufe
players make playlng an lnsfrumenf look
Drum majors Dawn Heard and Brlan Tlllman
wall fo dlrecl The flghf song.
Beaflng on a drum. Chuck Ausfln and Tony
Maxwell fry To enlerfaln themselves before a
half flme show.
Going From Rags To Riches
ln The beginning, when The band
was wiThouT form and void: and
confusion covered The faces of The
upcoming sophomores, Doc said, "LeT
There be music:" and There was music.
They pracTiced hour upon hour in The
hoT, swelTering, AugusT sun, in prepo-
raTion for The firsT game and The many
oThers To come.
Gradually, as The band became
beTTer organized, more and more
acTiviTies were planned. FirsT came
The playing of The USTar Spangled
Banner" for PresidenT Reagan when
PaTienTly waTching, Dwayne Woodard waiTs To
march onTo The field aT halftime.
Marching down The sTreeT, The band and leTTer
girls in The annual Carrousel Parade.
he visiTed CharloTTe. Then came The
Carrousel Parade which is a yearly
evenT and The Time when They could
show off Their qualiTy band. They also
presenTed four shows of marching
music on sTage for The sTudenT body
and parenTs. LasT, buT definiTely noT
leasT, was The firsT place Trophy which
The band won for being The besT
overall band, ouT of 16, in The Shrine
You can definiTely say ThaT The
marching band had a very busy year
and can be proud of iTs accomplish-
menTs. Sophomore and junior band
members really have someThing To
look forward To.
GeTTing ready for a halftime show, STan
ArmsTrong helps Gary Black buTTon his overlay.
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The LeTiergirls Wanna
Be STarlin' SomeThing
AfTer aTTending camp for
tive scorching summer days aT
Furman UniversiTy, fourTeen
exhausTed leTTergirls pracTiced
daily afTer school, including 7Th
period, learning rouTines
TaughT aT camp. A few of The
more popular rouTines were
performed To Michael Jack-
son's, "Wanna Be STarTin'
SomeThing," Herbie l-lancock's
"RockiT," and Lionel l?ichie's,
"Running wiTh The NighT." They
won 54 blue ribbons ouT of 65
which enTiTled Them To carry
home a sweepsTakes Trophy.
Having displayed The besT
spiriT, The girls were also
awarded a splriT pam.
During half-Time shows
ThroughouT The fooTball sea-
son, The leTTergirls performed
dance rouTines To songs
played by The marching band.
WiTh The assisTance of a Tape
recorder, They also enTer-
Lavonia Rose imiTaTes one of Michael
.lackson's more popular dance sTeps.
Bonnie BryanT smiles as she is invaded
by her pom-poms.
Tained fans aT halfTime during
These dancing wildcaTs con-
TribuTed Their TalenT in The
Carrousel and Shrine Bowl
Parades. They also presenTed
a finale of dance rouTines wiTh
music provided by The march-
ing band in an onsTage perfor-
Aware of The score, Beverly Burris
flashes ThaT leTTergirl smiley
While dancing, Lisa Reynolds proves
hairsTyles are noT To be worried abouf.
During The pregame show ofa football
game, The flagllne proudly prepares
for The NaTional Anfhem.
Proving Garinger is not the only school
they support, Traci Brown and Wendy
Bohart snuggle in their favorite blan-
These smiling Iettergirls happily flaunt
A E their winnings awarded at camp.
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:rant row: Tracl Brown, Beverly Burris, Kim Stewart, Bonnie Bryant, Second row: Wendy Bohart, Luanne Terry, Catrina Ross,
Terri Crawford. Back row: Jill Pettus, Lavonia Rose, Lisa Reynolds, Angie Smith, Stephanie Brooks, Angie Hughes.
Newsprint on their fingers was
not the only reward for the
twelve students and the advisor
of the Rambler. Each month they
noticed other people in homer-
oom grabbling and silently con-
centrating on the pages they
had been working on for weeks.
Fellow students as well as
teachers read articles the staff
had been pushed to write before
deadlines. Editorial page editor,
John Golyski recalled, 'lit has
been hard working on the staff,
but the recognition and ap-
preciativeness from the students
and teachers well makes up for
"Being on the newspaper
staff," explained junior Jackie
Henderson, "has taught me to be
responsible, dedicated, and
creative." These qualities were
required to get the attention and
interest of readers and to suc-
cessfully report on everything
from the winnings of the varsity
football team to new school
computers to spotlights on in-
dividual athletics, students, and
Biology teacher J.R. Johnson
was shared by two journalism
classes as advisor of the Rambler
as well as Snlps and Cuts. He
considered the job a real chal-
lenge. "Most people have ab-
solutely no idea how much hard
work, time, and energy is in-
volved. It really means a great
deal when students and faculty
come up to you and compliment
J.R. Johnson and Elizabeth Curlee
attempt to proofread articles the staff
has submitted for the next issue.
Reporters Angie Hughes, Stephen
Sobota and Sports Editor Chris Long
concentrate on the frustrating job of
you on a particular issue."
"Journalism focuses on curiosi-
ty," commented Editor Elizabeth
Curlee. "I think their experience
with the Rambler has taught the
staff members which questions to
ask and how to ask them. The
individual personality of each
reporter was in the pages of
every issue of the paper. My two
years on the staff have been
demanding, very rewarding and
"My favorite writing came in
music and the arts. I loved writing
critical reviews," stated Stephen
Sobota, who, along with Joey T
Gladden, reviewed groups and T -
singers from Julian Lennon, the
Eurythemics, and the Fixx to Big
Country and Public Image Limit-
"I like journalism," grinned
controversial staff member Joey
Gladden. "Newspaper is fun."
"I don't think I will ever forget
the things I went through on the
Rambler staffl" exclaimed
Heather Lamb, one of the eight
juniors in the class.
Sobota concluded, "Through
the many experiences that we
Cthe Rambler staffj have shared,
I have learned much about
journalism while becoming close
friends with each member."
"Just make something up," replies
Q6!RAMBI-ER Editor Elizabeth Curlee in helping a
staff writer with a news story.
HeaTher Lamb puTs The final pieces
TogeTher on The fronT pages while Angie
Hughes counTs lines To see if "Teacher of
The lvlonTh" will fiT.
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Editor ............... ..... E lizabeth Curlee
Business Manager .... .... B eth McLaughlin
Sports Editor ......... ...... C hris Long
Editorial Page Editor ................ John Golyski
Reporters: Kim Carson, Sheila Giles. Joey Gladden, Jac-
kie Henderson, Angie Hughes, Heather Lamb, Paul
McPaul, and Stephen Sobota.
Photographers: Elizabeth Cu rlee, Pat Land, and
Advisor ............................. JR. Johnson
AReclining: ElizabeTh Curlee. FronT
Row: Jackie Henderson, Kim Carson,
JR. Johnson, Sheila Giles, HeaTher
Lamb, John Golyski. Second Row:
Joey Glddden, BeTh McLaughlin, Chris
Long. Back Row: STephen SoooTa, Paul
McPauI, Angie Hughes.
Junior Sheila Giles explains, "I have
enjoyed working wiTh The paper and
The experience will be advanTageous
To me in my college and career
John Golyski enjoys being a parT of The
firsT Rambler sTaff ThaT uses compuTers
in producing arTicles.
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Snbs and Cuts
Layouts! Copy sheets! Stamp pads'!
Ad agreements! Contact sheets! White
layout envelopes! BIG- GREEN PLASTIC
ARMY BAGS! All were popular items with
the '84-'85 Snips and Cuts Staff. The staff,
which was much larger than in previous
years, learned to wrestle with all the
supplies necessary for designing a year-
With only one veteran returning from
last year's staff, Editor Linda Culbertson,
the staff had much to learn. Most of the
first few weeks of the year was devoted
to learning the basics of layout. Linda
Culbertson commented, "Designing a
page isn't as easy as some people think.
It takes imagination and patience."
Staff members were responsible for
both design and writing on their assigned
pages. Early in the year the other editors
were chosen and '10 of the staff members
went to a yearbook workshop.
The staff had yearbook sweatshirts
made in December. The white shirts with
a blue circle boasting 'LG-aringer High
School Snips and Cuts Staff Member
'84-'85", were a proud addition.
Advisor JR. Johnson commented, "lt
is quite rewarding to know that all year
long you are working on a book that most
of the students eagerly anticipate."
Everyone has to change jobs occasionally. Layout
Editor Bonnie Bryant has to look over copy when
deadlines are near. Linda Culbertson discusses the
copy with her.,
Looking for pictures is part of the job. Laura Ponder.
Bonnie Bryant, and Donna Hutchins scan the
negatives for just the right pictures.
Many hours of work outside of school are required
to complete a quality yearbook. Bill Hartley and
Bonnie Bryant spent hours with Linda Culbertson at
Jeff Taylor, Allison Delaney, and Angie Smith put the
finishing touches on layouts to be submitted on the
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, onna Hutchins. Third Row:
Terri Blackfnon, Deywon Arani, Dawn
Phelps, Alison Delaney, Sean Goffs,
. . Johnson, Jeff Taylor, Jeff Law,
Donald Butler. Back Row: Angie
' Srafford, Lisa Corder, Joanie Cherry,
ngie Sfhlfh, Kelly Andrews, Pam Buffs,
Lisa Eddins, Doble Sheppard.
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k., pass in your homework." This
YY was a familiar command that
could be heard in every class-
room. Students' varied interests some-
times made it possible to overlook the
very reason for going to school. Everyone
had to experience the reality of going to
classes, studying, and taking exams.
Patient teachers guided students through
difficult subjects and usually became
friends in the process.
Courses offered ranged from the
basics - English, Math, Science, and
History, to electives such as Computer
Programming, RadiofTV Broadcasting,
and Bible, along with many others.
Required courses were offered in different
levels - Advanced Placement, Ad-
vanced, Regular, and Skills, so every
student found it easy to be challenged.
AND THE TRADITION CONTINUES
Led by Principal Don
Rodgers, our caring and sup-
porTive adminisTraTion handles
everyThing from new school
sysTem policies To discipline.
Much of The job involves
conTinuous paperwork, phone
calls, and long hours aT school.
These individuals sTrive for
excellence among The faculTy
Mr. Rodgers helped To
brighTen The year by showing
up aT The Homecoming pep
rally dressed in black sun-
glasses, haT, and suiT To
Always wearing a smile, Mr. Rodgers
enjoys an assembly held aT The begin-
ning of The year.
Dressed for The occasion, Mr. Rodgers
goes over pep rally preparaTions wiTh
Rifa SuTTon and Karen Lewis.
"mourn" The Eagles wiTh The
resT of The sTudenT body. He
also was one of The "mysTery
guesTs" on Channel 3's Sky 3
HeIicopTer aT The HunTer Huss
VarsiTy FooTball playoff game.
Those liTTle exTras, along wiTh
many oThers provided The
sTudenTs wiTh a view of our
principal ThaT we don'T nor-
mally Think abouT.
Providing supporT and aid
To Mr. Rodgers are The assis-
TanT principals, Mr. Tom Asbury
and lVlr. Bill Ross.
Mr. Ross and Mr. Asbury are
caughT by surprise as They make
Their way up The media cenTer
sTeps To a sTaff meeTing.
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AssisTanT Principal Principal AssisTanT Principal
members of our adminis-
tration include Charles
Anderson, Interim Assis-
tant Principal for instruc-
tion. He was promoted
to this job just this school
year. The duties of this
job include keeping the
about curriculum, par-
of systemwlde curriculum
objectives. He works clo-
sely with department
chairpersons in accom-
plishing tasks for all staff
Another familiar face
around campus is Officer
P.J. Anderson. He patrols
and is responsible for
keeping the peace
around campus. He
could be seen giving
lectures to classes on
the law and the students
place in it.
A new face to Gar-
inger Administration is
H.L. Mitchell, the tran-
His chief responsibilities
include making sure bus
riders get to and from
school on time and safe-
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:H.L. Mitchell poses in the bus
4"Officer P.J.", one of "Char-
lotte's Finest" catches up on the
day's news in the 400 office.
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Assistant Principal School Resource
for Instruction Officer
Deoling wiTh The uncer-
ToinTies of The fuTure con
ofTen be confusing, buT we
were lucky To hdve cdring
counselors To mdke These
quesTions o liTTle eosier To
hdndle. Sending colleges
TronscripTs, mdking schedule
ond closs chdnges, ond
Tolking Things over wiTh
sTudenTs were d few of Their
The "Counseling Office"
C200 offlcey become d
populdr pldce To be if you
hdd ony problems or ques-
Tions dbouT The fuTure. Also,
coreers in The miliTdry ond
porT-Time jobs could be
discussed wiTh The coun-
selors. ApplicoTions for vor-
ious college-boord TesTs
could be ocquired There,
dnd d friendly dTmosphere
Keeping good records is cr musT for
The counselors. Evelyn WinsTon
drrdnges filing cords.,
Inez Allen welcomes oil To her office
wiTh o smiIe.v
Principol Don Rodgers works closely
wiTh The counselors. Here, he discusses
imporfonf mdTTers wlTh WolT Porfer.
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104 f Counselors
Dene Sinclalr makes a point clear as
she shows off her Wildcat splrlt.
Answering an average
of 500 phone calls a day
could drive anyone
crazy, but our secretar-
ies handle it, along with
countless other tasks,
with ease. They helped
each day run a little
smoother. Paper work,
filing, and dealing with
impatient people be-
came daily routines to
these dedicated ladies,
and we were blessed
with true gems.
Pam Case Martha Dukes
Dot Gregory Loretta Price Dene Sinclair Jackie Waddel
Linda Giles and Doris
Godwin discuss the new
Secretaries f '105
English . . . Our
Cgmmuniggtign M... Ssmmom .ends Sheila
The knowledge of English is priceless
in today's world. Passing on valuable
knowledge to their students is the
primary goal of our devoted English
teachers. From grammar exercises to
term papers, this knowledge is passed
on with a smile.
With a ready welcome to students
for consultations, or friendly chats, these
unique ladies guide our destinies and
become friends at the same time. These
understanding teachers display this
guidance with only the utmost of
patience and thought which develops
not only an academic intelligence, but
a social intelligence as well. Evidence of
this is shown in their participation in
school clubs as well as in the classroom,
where this atmosphere is set.
Mrs. Deese explains gram-
mar to seniors. She ls best
known for her "thought for
the day" and her own
nickname, "The Great I
Linda H. Duncan Suanne Haney Pecola A. Maxwell
English 10 English 12 English 11, 12
Senior Class Advisor
Schweers on an errand.
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Joan K. Bender Agnes K. Cole
English 10 English 11
Patricia C. Molnar
Diane E. Peterson
Foye B. Deese
Mrs. Deese, Mrs. WlThers. ond Mlss Honey
shore The pleasure of o few momenTs of
free Tlme before closs.
Mrs. Turner enjoys performing The duTIes
of her job.
Calmlng The nerves of orrlvlng
sophomores on The flrsT doy of
school, Mrs. PeTerson explolns
. C school guldellnes.
Leno M. Sommons Ann H. Spence
English 14 English 44
LoliTo C. Turner Jean M. WiThers
English 40 English 12
Senior Class Advisor
On The Move
Whether figuring the
square root of 'IAA or
adding the cost of a Big
Mac and Fries, Math is
useful in everyday life as
well as in the classroom.
Our Math department
consists of excellent
teachers who are willing to
go that extra mile for each
and every student. Each
teacher has their special-
ty, ranging from General
Math through Geometry
and even Calculus.
"We have a group of
progressive teachers and
students We're con-
stantly doing something."
Grigsby, head of the Math
department. She is hard
working and she demands
modern concepts of
Many students are in-
volved in various Math
the year, with the assis-
tance of these teachers.
This proves that our Math .
Department is on the
move, and producing the
mathmeticians and engi-
neers of the future.
Mattie Grigsby helps two
students with dlfflcult com-
puter math problems.
Marzella Brown examines her busy
Hazel P. Garrett
Extended Day Mathematics
Marzelle B. Brown
Mattie P. Grigsby Mary C. Katzel
Algebra ll Calculus
General Math I and ll Geometry
General Math l
National Honor Society
Betsey Smith takes a break from
her routine class schedule.
Mary Katzel explains a diagram
to students during a geometry
Bruce Kreutzer goes through the
tedious task of checking
Beth Murrow Jean P. Platt
Competency Math Algebra ll
Athletic Tralnlng Director General Math I and ll
R A .
Joyce P. Rea
Marilyn Thompson Wllllam H. Wllllams
Consumer Math Algebra I
General Math I Algebra ll Trigonometry
Geometry General Math I
GGS Advisor Math Club Advisor
An account of past facts and
events affecting one or more nations
or peoples arranged in due order,
usually with comments and explana-
tions: this is one dictionary's definition
for history. But a simpler interpretation
may be needed. Quite plainly, history
is the has been that capable instruc-
tors bring into the now to show what
the effect will be. It is the study of both
familiar and totally foreign ideas and
All teachers, no matter what
subjects they may teach, have an
enormous responsibility. They must
give the dates, facts, and figures to
us, the students, in such a way that we
are capable of understanding. That,
definitely, is not an easy task. But our
history department goes one step
further -- they make that learning
James Sledge, new to our faculty
this year, explains a complicated
fact to his A.C-5. U.S. History class.
1 10 f History
James Edwards Frances Hawn Reed Hllderbrand
U.S. History World History World History
J.V. Baseball Centrusa Advisor High-Q Advisor
Allce Rhodes James Sledge
U.S. History World History
N.C. Close-Up U.S. History, A.G.
National Close-Up J.V. Football
Tinka Burch takes a minute to
answer a question from a fellow
Alice Rhodes prepares herself for
the days' classes.
Hisfory students listen attentively
to a lecture.
Hlstoryfi 4 1
Discover The Many
AsloecTs of Life
IvliTosis, lvleiosis, whaT's
The difference? If you
don'T know, eiTher you
haven'T Taken Biology or
you didn'T pay aTTenTion in
class. When you Think of
The Term Science. you
usually Think of invenTions
and who invenTed Them.
BuT Science covers many
differenT fields. which in-
cludes Biology, ChemisTry
AT one Time in our lives
we all have had To Take
Science. We all have
Viola Reid, new Biology Teacher,
enjoys new surroundings.
Ann BurTon, chemisfry Teacher -n..,gV,
adds final Touches To class
experienced The dissecT-
ing of lab animals and The
chemisTry labs. The
Science deparTmenT is a
valuable asseT To any
school and Garinger is
forTunaTe enough To have
excellenT Teachers who
care abouT you and your
schoolwork. Any class you
Take in The fuTure will
benefiT you greaTly . . . . . .
. . . so Take advanTage of
MiTosis, Meiosis. and dead
lab animals while you sTiIl
Mr. Dixon capTivaTes his sfudenfs
during one of his classes
Ann E. Burron Ellzabefh Allison Decker James W. Dixon
ChemlsTry HorTiculTure Biology
Elizabe Decker helps siudenfs Sophomores work hard To earn
discove The world of plants. good grades.
Emma Washingron explains
maferlal fo Llsa Herrera.
Chad Leafherwood and Mark
Avani dlscover new Things
Genrude Harper Pearson Karen A. Reed Jane Garver Srerreif Emma Washlnglon June Davenport
Blology Biology Chemistry Behavioral Science Biology
Physical Science Biology Biology
Extended Day Keyeiies Advisor Personal Issues
Science! 1 13
Mrs. STegmelr and son,
VlkTor, pose for The
camera during The For- X'
elgn Language club plc-
Foreign language provides an
inTeresTing look inTo The culTure of
oTher counTries. Three languages were
offered for sTudy - French, Spanish,
and LaTin. Many sTudeTns enroll in
These courses for college enTrance
purposes, buT as Their sTudy pro-
gresses, They realize ThaT learning
anoTher language can be fun, ben-
eficial, and challenging.
Three dedicaTed Teachers provid-
ed direcTion To Foreign Language
sTudenTs. Their job goes well beyond
The classroom and inTo The various
Foreign Language clubs' acTiviTies.
Q Mrs. Campagna begins unpack-
Ing To prepare for The '84-'85
BeTTe H. Cam
MarTha S. Hanna Josephine Smlfh STegmelr
English 14 LaTln
Wilma King demonstrates the
proper use of water colors to an
The Finest of Arts Thrive
A thorough education in-
cludes much more than reading,
writing, and math. Fine Arts,
which incudes Music, Art, and
Drama, provide the extra touch
needed to show off talent and
creotivity. Bible study, too,
enriches students' lives in ways
other courses cannot.
The busy music department,
which includes both instrumental
and choral music benefits all
who participate in Band, Or-
ly brighten a student's years in
high school and beyond.
Art is for the very creative,
also. Students enrolled in Art
classes find that creating both
realistic and abstract paintings,
sculptures, and sketchings to be
fun and challenging.
The Drama dept., headed
by Ms. Sessions, who also
teaches English, puts on success-
ful plays and musicals each year.
Future actors and actresses look
chestra, and Chorus. The
wonders and mysteries of the
musical experience can definite-
toward their dramatic exper-
iences in high school for enrich-
"Doc" Maddox, wearing his
favorite hat, watches the first
pep rally of the year. Besides
being our Band director, he is also
the conductor of the Charlotte
Pops Symphony Orchestra.
Mary Anne F. Carpenter Wilma L. Kl
Choral Music Art
ng Robert L. Maddox Laveme Wright
Concert Band Bible I, ll
Fine Artsft 45
The Business sara or
As we look dround
us, business is every-
where. IT is in our
offices, sTores, ond
hornes. ThdT's why our
business cldsses ore d
very imporTonT porT of
In The Typing closses
The sTudenTs ore ledrn-
ing such skills os speed
Typing, dccurdcy, ond
They ore olso leorning
The bdsics of how To
Nancy Nlell Abell
Type resumes, ouTlines
ond even The dredded
In office occupoTions
The sTudenTs refine vor-
ious skills in GD office
skills include proficien-
cy in TypewriTing, Tele-
phone eTiqueTTe, col-
Mrs. Tull ddvises Melinda
Miller ond Felecho Corley on
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BeTTy H. Lowery Pdf B. Mellen Bdrborc G. Tull
Business Educofion Typing Office Occupdflons
FBLA lnTroducTion To CompuTers Shorfhond
Mrs. Dlvlne asslsTs STan Arm
Sling' in checking ouf his e
Do you know where
Prince recorded his firsT
album? WhaT O. J.
record was? Or even
The mosT conTagious
fever? You would find
These and many oTher
lnTeresTing facTs in The
library. And do you
know who would help
you find Them? The
librarians would. The
librarians can help you
find almosT anyThing
you would ever wanT
To know. Besides help-
ing you find informa-
Tion The librarians
shelve books, films,
and magazines, in-
sTrucT classes, and
keep Track of all The
books ThaT are ouT of
The library. So really The
librarians have a very
busy buT rewarding
Oh, by The way,
Prince recorded his firsT
album, FOR YOU, in
4978. O.J. Simpson's
rushing record is 40,483
yards in 9 years. And
The mosT conTaglous
fever is WildcaT Fever
found only aT Garinger.
Sfudenfs work diIigenTly In
Paperwork is a major parf of
Mrs. Divine's day.
Barbara Dlvlne Lucille KroboTh Sandra Smlfh Wilma Woodard
Media Speclallsf Media SpecialisT Media SpecialisT Media Specialisf
Media Specialisfsf 4 47
Vocational courses are
expanding and changing
to meet the needs of
today's students. Over
7296 of all students are
enrolled in at least one
vocational class. These
classes include electronics.
drafting, fashion merchan-
dising, machine shop. and
others. Along with these
courses, on-the-job train-
ing is offered in various
The vocational dept.
here at Garinger is con-
stantly moving forward
and offering students the
very best. Students who
participate in this program
develop skills that carry
them through their working
years. Vocational courses
enable them to be better
prepared for the working
Using his valuable knowledge of
woodworking, Darrin Schrum
pieces together a porch swing,v
Testing the equipment, Mr.
Gordon talks to camera
operators as he prepares to
videotape in the media
Clotelle Fisher Charles Gordon Richard N. Henderson Judith A. Lowe
Life After High School Radio and T.V Drafting S.V.S.
Broadcasting I and ll Woodworking Vocational Preparation
Girls and Boys Tennis Football coach Club
Key Club advisor Wrestling coach High-Q advisor
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Steven L. Purvls Harry R. Sechrest Erwln Springs
Machine Shop Industrial Arts Graphics
V.l.C.A. Cabinet Making Golf coach
4Mr. Purvls cuts steel on the
band saw during one of his
Mr. Sechrest and Alan Isen-
hour share a friendly chat
during a break between
4Checklng papers ls a
necessary evil for Mr. Sprlngs
as he prepares for another
Vocatlonalf 4 19
Mr MarTrn and sTudenTs
prepare for a driving lesson on
I The road
Drivers educoTion is a
required course ThaT each
sophomore sTudenT enjoys
Taking. The driving Teachers
Take on a greaT deal of
responsiblIiTy. Each sTudenT
geTs a chance To go ouT on
The road for skill and compe-
TenT driving pracTice. Before
They go ouT on The road, They
are TaughT The safeTy rules
and how To become a con-
fidenT and responsible driver.
The sTudenTs are also TaughT
by The Teachers how To use
The many devices of The car,
and how To drive during bad
weaTher. There are currenTly 3
driver educaTion Teachers,
and each have separaTe
responsibiIiTies, also They are
TaughT how To acT in case of
an emergency on and off The
food. The driving insTrucTors
help make This required course
enjoyable, as well as one of
The mosT exciTing experiences
for sophomores aT Garinger.
Huss looks ahead in a
as Roslta Mason,
Crawford and Daryl
prepare dessert for n S I
.. I So o e' n e
As a part of Home Econ-
omics the Teachers as well as
the students cover things that
mostly happen in our every-
day life. Garinger offers ten
different courses in Home
Economics, from Career Orien-
tation to Health and Home
Care of the Sick.
i'Everyone is a home-
maker," stated Mrs. Bernice
Caldwell, head of Home Econ-
omics Department. Bernice
Caldwell has been a teacher
here since 4970 and is also
involved with FHA. The only
occupational course offered is
Food Services l, ll, Pamela Huss
teaches these classes. She's
also established the Blue and
Gray Cafe. The students also
play an important part in
helping with the serving and
duties of cleaning up. No one
is left out, as you can imagine
everyone's work is very impor-
tant, and every one of the
students take great pride in
their work responsibilities. Alth-
ough currently we have only
four teachers, each one plays
a great part in the responsibili-
ties of Home Economics.
Teachers enjoy themselves
at the blue n' gray cafe as
Mrs. Huss and Donna Craw-
ford prepare to clean up.
Maxine T. Berry Bernice T. Caldwell Frances H. Graves Pamela A. Huss
Home Economics Home Economics Adult Roles Food Services l, ll
Adv, Child Development
Home Economics! 424
Physical Education is set up
to give a student a maximum of
activities to participate in.
Physical Education involves
students with both team and
individual effort. "lt takes energy
to make energy," committed
Mr. Carroll. More effort is needed
by the students in participation.
Physical Education helps
students to keep in good shape
and teaches us how to stay
healthy. Physical Education is not
only the participation of sports,
but also offers a training course
in life saving techniques, such as
Cardio pulmonary Resuscitation.
Physical Education is where the
Even though most students do not like gym,
Gordon Allred, Joe Niday, Melvin Short 84 Mark
Hopkins enjoy themselves in a game of basketball.
Miss Hunter shows Chuck
Carter the finer points of
Miss Hunter shows students
where not to shoot an
la- F' 2
James Carroll Joyce Hunter Pat McGee Steve Shaughnessy
Physical Education Physical Education Physical Education Varsity Football Coach
Varsity Soccer Coach Varsity Volleyball Coach Weight Training Club
Glrl's Track Team Coach Varsity Girl's Basketball Advisor
Col. Campbell explains The ROTC CadeTs lead n
basic imporTance of Tech- Homecoming parade. v I
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Girl's Drill Team
l Glrl's Softball Team
T Rifle Team
Clarence Dover Jesus Lopez
JROTC BaskeTball JROTC Soflball
The Reserve Officers Training corps.,
is made up of 153 cadeTs. The uniT is
commanded by LTc. Lisa Edwards. The
ROTC classes are TaughT by SgT. Lopez,
Col. Campbell and SgT. Dover. lT's main
purpose is To promoTe ciTizenship,
develop leadership poTenTial, and
Teach self discipline in The cadeT corps
ROTC have male and female drill
Teams, color guards, rifle Teams, and
even aThleTic Teams. The ROTC uniT has
been acTlve in parTicipaTion wlTh The
Carrousel parade, Homecoming and
Half-Time acTiviTies during fooTbll games.
The ROTC uniT plays a very imporTanT
parT of Garinger curricular acTiviTies.
H A 'VA' 4SgT. Dover relaxing before
. T fi? CIOSS-
' if ' L 4Col. Campbell shows
" V Q T cadefs The main porTs of a
Special Ed for
Individualized learning is
very unique. Each student
learns at his or her own
level. Students can also
have regular classes in
addition to these special
ones. Tailored learning is
essential in this program.
Margie Holman shares a smile with her
1241 Special Education
Because of the average
class size, which is very
small, each individual
learning experience. This
helps to comprehend
otherwise difficult problems
Lisa Hurt eagerly helps an
Doris Covington carefully reads
papers from her classes.
S ' 'WRX 4
Doris Covington Lisa Hurt
English, Math Science
ETC club Varsity Cheerleaders
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As you looked
oround cdmpus, you
frequenTly sow The
cusTodidl sToff hord dT
work keeping our
school cledn. They
could be seen QT mdny
nighTly funcTions, dlso.
They puT in mdny long,
hord hours on The job.
The cofeTerid work-
ers prepdred food for
noT only Two lunch
periods, buT for breok-
fdsT ds well. They
provided sTudenTs wiTh
bdlonced rneols ond
wiTh friendly smiles dnd
Booker T. Alexander does his pcrl'
To keep our campus clean.
SupporT Personnel 1 125
Mary Anne Carpenter's students
observe as she glves them some very
Dr. Jeckle or Mr. Hyde? Ron Hardman
shows off hls haunty Halloween humor.
Reed Hllderbrand and Thayne Harmon Steve Shaughnessy glves Scott Russ
take tlme out to enjoy a friendly an encouraging pat on the back
conversatlon. durlng a pep rally.
Doris Godwin, Afiendance Secreiary,
confirms Robin Meader's early
LaVerne Wright, Bible Teacher.
reviews siudenis for Bible quiz.4
Ruby Rivers receives IDSTYUCTIODS on
asslgnmenfs from her Teacher Resrna
Josephine Siegmeir counsels My
Nguyen before class on a Spanish
Teacher Candldsf 427
RoberT Maddox makes a musical poinT To The concerT
band during a daily rehearsals
Principal Don Rodgers insTrucTs a sTudenT abouT a
schedule change during The firsT day of school.v
lnsfrucfing during The day is noT The only
job of a Teacher. BeTTy Lowery, as well
as oTher Teachers, musT aTTend deparl-
428 f Teacher Candids
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While aTTending a pep rally, Nan Abell gives
encouragemenl To varsiTy fooTbaIl player AnTonio
Campbell for The upcoming game.
MEMORIAL - Mrs. Jean Grisdale
ean Elizabeth Grisdale, who taught at
Garinger for 43 years, died August 40,
4984, of cancer. She was 46 years old. She
taught in Asheville, North Carolina before
coming to Garinger, where she taught
math. A graduate of Charlotte Catholic
High, Mrs. Grisdale went on to obtain a
Bachelor of Science Degree at North
Carolina State University.
She enjoyed her work and participated
in many math contest preparations with her
students. She spent many years as Snip and
Jean Grisdale had to leave Garinger at
the beginning of the second semester of
4984. Her senior homeroom was concerned
that she would not be able to come to their
graduation and announce their names. But,
she made it to the Class of 4984's
graduation, much to the teary-eyed delight
of her homeroom students.
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of South Mecklenburg defenders on
his way to The goal.
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aboul The upcoming game. klck agalnsl NorTh Mecklenburg.
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Mike McLendon talks about his respon-
sibilities on the field with Coach
Fernando Sosa and Coach James
Running before practice was some-
thing dreaded by most members of
Front Row: Scott Geister, Grant Hitchner. Second row: Shelia Schweers - scorekeeper, Kelly Foxx,
Richard Jennings, Mike McLendon, Jamie Warner. Third Row: Tony Purcell, Richard I-Ielley - scorekeeper,
John Claffee, Gene Davis, Jeff Lindsey, Tim Morris, Tommy Arnold, Jimmy Harris, Ben Williamson.
Soccer f 133
A Kick In
The VarsiTy Soccer Team
posTed anoTher compeTive
season. They played hard and
wiTh dedicaTion. ln every
game The Team was a serious
ThreaT To all opponenTs.
'lWe did a greaT job againsf
some of The besT Teams in The
league and proved we aren'T
jusT a bunch of backsTreeT
brawlers," said Jimmy Harris. ln
many games fighTs broke ouT
because of The high inTensiTy
level aT which Garinger Team
Many of The losses suffered
by The Team were close,
usually decided by one goal.
"All in all l was well pleased
wiTh The Team's perfor-
mance," remarked Coach
The Junior VarsiTy Team had
an almosT compleTe Turn-
around. From a disappoinTing
O-9-2 record lasT year They
improved To a 40-A-i record.
Coach Fernando Sosa, a
former Garinger sTudenT, said,
"I was really impressed wiTh
Their performance. They
played wiTh a greaT amounT of
deTerminaTion, and They never
The Team had a balance of
offensive and defensive
players ThaT proved To be a
greaT combinaTion . All of
These players should be wel-
come addiTions To The varsiTy
Team nexT year.
While pracficing a sei play, several of
The players geT involved in The
Warming up before a game is very
imporTanT: iT reduces The chance of
Barak Williamson and Jason Koch geT
ready To inTercepT an opponenTs'
FronT row: David Kerns, David Nicholson Qco-Team capTainj, Kim Miller, Robby Jones,
Khevin Sherril. Second row: Eric lvlcDaniels, Micheal Hogan, Chris Mayes, Jeff McElroy,
434f3OCC9r Tony McNighT, Bill Campbell, Donald BuTler fco-Team captainj, Jason Koch, James Rich.
Larry Davis takes tlme out while the
defense takes over.v
4984 was James
Sledge's first year
Junior Varsity Football
team. They had a less
than perfect season
with eight losses and
no wins but players
have high hopes for
moving on to the Var-
sity team in 4985. Early
in the season, quarter-
back Jeff Matthews
suffered a broken foot
injury and was side-
lined the rest of the
season. They had
termination, and that
which earns them re-
spect regardless of
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Sam Givens, Gary Meadows, Jeff Matthews, Todd Bloom, John Donaldson: Third row: Shawn Kelly, Marc Went, Rodney Baker, Anthony
Tillman, Nate Sanders, Dwayne Nims, Kevin Kimbell: Back row: Scott Hall, Coach James Sledge, Benard Degree
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and self-disciplined all des-
cribe The Lady Spikers.
AlThough They weren'T The
highesT ranking Team, They
never gave up. The Splkers
always had a "go-geT
'em" aTTiTude before a
game. "Having a posiTive
aTTiTude is whaT kepT us
going," said Co-capTain
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had a loT of responsibiliTy
during a game. If a Spiker
had an off day iT was up
To anoTher Spiker To back
up her TeammaTel"
The Team's coach,
Joyce HunTer, described
The Team as hard working
and compeTiTive. "We
needed more inTeresTed
and dedicaTed players,"
she answered when asked
if one Thing could be
changed abouT The pasT
season. Joyce HunTer con-
cluded by saying. "The
girls displayed good efTorT
ThroughouT The year."
All in all we were proud
of The Lady Spikers, who
ended The season wiTh an
eighr and Ten record.
SchlneTTa Anderson fires up
a serve To lead The Lady
Splkers To vlcTory.
Jenean Davis and Coach Joyce
HunTer applaud afTer The Lady
MQXVOHGYDGH FronT Row: Felicia Ardrey, Lynn Scruggs, Second Row: SchlneTTa Anderson,
Jennifer ChrisTmas, Third Row: Coach Joyce HunTer, Tanya Fllmore, Melinda
Miller. Back Row: Michelle Simpson - Co-capTain.
Lynn Scruggs and Teresa SmiTh
concenTraTe on The game before
reTurning To pIay,4
Lynn Scruggs keeps her Team-
maTes in suspense as she
prepares To reTurn The baII,v
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for TeammaTe, CynT Bakem
Coach Joyce HunTer informs The
Team on whaT To do nexT.4
Volleyball f 143
Fans on Their FeeT
ExciTemenT mounTed aT Garinger as baskeTball
season rolled around. STudenTs were hopeful ThaT
Garinger would prove To be as excellenT on The
baskeTball courT as on The fooTball field. The CaTs won
3 pre-season games and Their season was filled wiTh
exciTing games many of which were carried inTo
overTime. They won The ChrisTmas TournamenT in Elkin,
NorTh Carolina where Willie Walker was named lVlosT
Valuable Player. The Team ended The season wiTh an
overall record of 43-ll. They placed sixTh in The
conference which qualified Them for The conference
TournamenT buT They were eliminafed in The firsT round
due To a loss To NorTh lvleck.
Honors during The season were given To Willie
Walker who was nominaTed Sun Drop Hoop STar of The
Week and To James Elmore who was unanimously
chosen All SouThwesTern AA Conference Two years in
T36 GW mt
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Fans' spiriT and arTisTic abiIiTy is
displayed as AnThony Colyer
inbounds The ball aT a home
game againsT independence.
44AfVarslTy Boys' BaskeTball
Willie Walker slams for Two
poinTs again af NorTh Meck.
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Co-capTain, James Elmore
fighTs againsT a NorTh Meck
player for rebound.
Front row: +24 Anthony Colyer, +'l'l Eric Livingston, +30 James Elmore, +14
Hill +20 Howard Mcllwaine Back row' Coach Bruce Kreutzer +31 Aaron
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McKnight, +21 Darren Stinson, +34 Raynard Stephens, +23 Willie Walker,
+22 Steve Audrey, +32 Pervis Thomas.
Springing for two points, co-
captain Willie Walker closes
the gap between West Char-
lotte and the home team.
James Elmore shows some
magic as he adds points to the
home team's score.
Varsity Boys' Basketball! 145
Pervis Thomas jumps over the
West Charlotte opponent.
Aaron McKnight springs for two
more points against West
Mbfvarsity Boys' Basketball
Amidst the opposition, Darren
Stinson attempts a jumper.
Raymond Stephens struggles
to gain some points against
Johnny Dickinson, No. 22, adds anoTher
Two poinTs To The WildcaT's score.
Though They were slow aT The beginning half of
The season, The Junior VarsiTy paskeTpall Team came
ouT wiTh a roar in The second half. TeammaTe Harvey
Finley recollecTed, T'AlThough we weren'T greaT, we
played To The besT of our apiliTy and wiTh school
The Team had obsTacles Thrown in Their paTh
which made Their job harder. They were faced wiTh
much compeTiTion wiTh The Olympic Trojans leading
The pack. BuT The WildcaTs 'Tore 'em aparT" wiThouT
mercy. Olympic was Hone of The pesT", according To
The players, so our win was considered a significanT
dchievemenT. Head Coach Phil Gary concluded, ul
Think The Team learned a loT from each oTher and
from The experience. I know I did."
Charles Peoples, No. 42, makes
a long shoT To bring The
WildcaTs closer To vicTory
ogainsf The WesT CharloTTe
FronT Row: WaITer Bufford, John Rice,
Jimmy Blakney, Harvey Finley, 5TewarT
IVlcEnroe, Shawn Kelly, Phil Gary - Head
Coach. Second Row: James Finley -
Manager, LesTer Willis, Charles Peoples,
Andy SmiThey, Johnny Dickinson, Russell
MiTchell, Tony Harrell, Frank CuThberTson
AlThough The Lady Wild-
caTs received IITTle sup-
porT, They played as if The
bleachers were filled wiTh
cheering sTudenTs. Being
shorT in number and heighT
did noT keep The Team
from always giving Their all.
AT The sTarT of The season
The Team had ThirTeen
players, buT ended The
season wiTh only eighT.
Joyce HunTer, who usually
coaches Them, was ouT
because she had To have
an operafion. Ulf There was
one Thing I could have
changed abouT The sea-
son," said HunTer iT would
have been The facT ThaT
we needed more girls wiTh
inTeresT and desire To play
baskeTbaIl or jusT girls'
sporTs in general."
When asked To com-
menT abouT The girls' bas-
keTbaII Team, Coach Linda
Giles had much To say. She
began by saying, "I felT
ThaT The girls' program did
noT geT The full school
supporT ThaT I Think They
deserved, and even wiTh a
losing Team, iT would have
been greaT To geT some
supporT. The only regreT I
have is ThaT I wish we'd
had enough girls inTeresTed
in baskeTbaII To have boTh
a junior varsiTy and varsiTy
program, and ThaT would
have enabled us To win
more ball games, I
beIieve." Giles concluded
by saying The Team was a
group of "guTsy " girls who
learned The hard way
abouT being on a Team
and whaT iT Takes To be a
Ending The season wiTh a
I and 'IQ record did noT
boTher The Team, because
They knew They had
played wiTh greaT cour-
age each game. Even
Though The sTudenTs did
noT back The Lady Wild-
caTs 40096, we were Truly
honored To say They were
our girls and They never
TeammaTes Michelle Simpson, Melinda Miller, Tonja Sloan, and Mary
Fallie prepare To rebound The jump ball STephanie Tobias jusf hiT.
Beverly Moore keeps an eye on her Showing ThaT WiIdcaT spiriT, Melinda
opponenT as she dribbles The ball To Miller keeps her arms ouT for good
The baskeT. defense.
Sfephanie Tobias leaps in The air
To score Two poinfs while her
opponenf waiTs To possibly
rebound The ball.
Front Row: Melinda Miller, Mary
Ann Bennett, Beverly Moore,
Michelle Simpson, Second Row:
Roslyn Dixon, Stephanie Tobias,
Tonja Sloan, Coach Linda Giles.
Back Row: Manager Cynthia
Nivens, Mary Fallie.
Tonja Sloan runs to get the ball
before it rolls out of bounds.
Joyce Hunter hopes next year
will bring more girls that will be
interested and dedicated to
Stephanie Tobias jumps in the
air in order to pass the ball to
one of her teammates,
Girls' Basketball f 449
C5elTing lnTo The
Swing Cf Things
The golf Team faced many changes in Their 4985 season.
WiTh only Two reTurning seniors, Darrin STinson and Mike
Hughes, The Team had To rebuild and sTarT a fresh new Team.
Two juniors as well refurned To The group, Jeff Fain and STeve
Eudy, who helped The remaining seven sophomores become
sfronger and gain self confidence.
Erwin Springs, golf coach, said, "I am very confidenf Qin
The Teamp ThaT They will rebuild and go ouT wiTh a compeTiTive
spiriT To win."
Several hours a week of pracTice were required in
keeping skills, dedicaTion and virTue alive in The Team. The
4984 Team ended Their season wiTh a A-5 record.
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Early in September while
most students were merely
adjusting to waking up at 6:00
am, a handful of girls were
staying after school drilling on
crosscourt forehands and
backhands and practicing
volleys and serves. The girls'
tennis team had a disappoint-
ing season winning only one
out of nine matches, but
players gained needed expe-
Coach Charles Gordon is
looking forward to August
when they will begin practice
for the 4985 season. "l'm
hoping we'll do better next
season," stated Gordon.
l'We've got some experience
now, and we're only losing
Varsity letter winners includ-
ed seniors Jennifer Porter and
Kelly Andrews, Juniors Shelly
Fox and Laura Ponder, soph-
omore Laura Miller and fresh-
men Sally Warren and Becky
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Laura Mlller. Back row: Shawn Masien, Stephanie Duponi, Wanda Pagoofa,
Crystal Whaley, Becky Rowell, Jennifer Porfer, Coach Charles Gordon.
During a doubles march, Shelly Fox
watches Kelly Andrews refurn a
crosscourl forehand while Laura
Ponder anllclpales The ball.
Girls' Tennlsf 453
lf you did noT geT a
chance To see The boys'
Tennis Team play, you missed
seeing Their sTrengTh, power,
and enThusiasm. WiTh The
reTurning power of Eric Press-
ley, Doug Phillips, Ricky An-
derson, Richard Jennings,
and Richard Wike and The
new sTrengTh of John Claf-
fee, Bob McDonald, Bob
BreiTzman, John ArmsTrong,
Hung Nguyen, Nick PeaTeI,
and Danh Nguyen The Team
exhibiTed Tremendous win-
ning abiiiTy. We were very
forTunaTe To have such a
fabulous Tennis Team repre-
senT us in our spring sporTs.
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Eric Pressley concenTraTes on his serve.
Richard Wike sTreTches for a powerful
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Tracks To Victory
The boys' track team was a
successful, strong, and energe-
tic one. This team consisted of
18 members had high expecta-
tions as the season opened.
"This year we've improved a lot
from last: next year we should
have even a better team,"
stated Eric Neeilsen, junior
member of the team. The team
participated in outdoor as well
as indoor meets. At the first two
outdoor meets, the team part-
ed with two first places. The
gentlemen who participated felt
it was a great experience and
will help their training in the
Eric Truesdale stretches before
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Krider, Eric Truesdale, John Ingram, Allen Tillman, Ray
Haggard, Ralph McKissick, Derrick Glenn, Coach
Glenn, David Parker, Bernard Dupree, Bo Lowery,
Darrin Germany, Coach Staley, Elmore Petis, Ross
Pitts, Eric Neeilsen, Coach Dean, Thayne Harmon,
James Carroll and Nate Glenn
check time during a practice run.
Speeding To Success
The girls' Track Team was
highly Trained This season. The
girls who parTicipaTed felT ThaT all
The long hours of work and
sweaT was well worTh iT. The
Team was a biT larger Than
previous ones, which helped
boosT Team morale. These
young ladies deserved much
appreciaTion, because They
Took Time ouT of Their busy
schedules To represenT G-aringer.
'lsT row - Kelly Hammond, Dawn
Hilton, SchineTTa Anderson, Char-
lene Meadows, Mary Faillie, Tonya
Filmore, 2nd row - Coaches Nale
Glenn, and James Carroll. NoT
PicTured - Beverly Moore, Twanda
Allen, Teresa JohnsTon, PaTina WiTh-
Girls' Track f 457
Racing for vicTory was The aim
of The cross counTry Team This pasT
year. AiThough They were noT
vicTorous many Times, Their Team
spiriT and TogeTherness was sure To
GeTTing and sfaying in shape
was The main objecT of The Training,
which included one To six miie runs,
forTy yard dashes, and hill climbing.
Being a compeTenT runner required
leadership, and dedicaTion Through-
ouT The Team.
Thayne Harmon was one of The
sTaTe finaiisT in The Wendy's InviTa-
Tional. Also rewarding To G-aringer's
cross counTry Team, was finishing
fourTh Place in The Sun Valley's
The cross counTry Team's efforTs
were rewarded wiTh many honors.
Their dedicaTion and Team spiriT
were an inspiraTion To all.
John Ingram leads The race as his other
opponenfs are slighfly behind.
Thayne Harmon sprinfs Toward The finish
KrisTin Williams adds pep To acTion
on The field.
Tough Ladies For Soflboll
The Lady WlldcaT sofTball Team
consisTing of 'ld members sTarTed
off The season wiTh vicTories over
NorTh Mecklenburg and Olympic.
These young ladies puT forTh much
efforT, and iT paid off in a big way.
Third baseman KrisTin Williams ex-
pressed, "The TogeTherness of The
whole Team was whaT really
helped us Through The season. The
coaches emphasized The impor-
Tance of sporTsmanshlp which buiIT
The confidence of The Team."
Coach Evle Laramore gives
IasT minuTe advice before
FronT Row - Laura Ponder.
KrisTin Williams, Laura Miller,
Shannon Lamb, Jenny
SpraTT, Michelle Simpson.
LaTonya CorbeTT, Second
row - Manager Neerja Shar-
ma, Coach Jackie' Price,
Sherry Biron, Teleena
Gardner, Deanna Ross.
STephanle McCoy, Coach
Evle Laramore. NoT picTured
Shelly Fox, Kaihy Lawrence.
With proud smiles, the cheerleaders display their
The cheerleaders face the stands and form a
very difficult pyramid.
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fellow squad members.
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Allison Delaney, Karen Lewis, Vicki Fowler, Lisa
Cureton, Sharon Lindsay, Angie Stafford, Becky Sibley. Stacie Smith,
Jennifer Phipps. Not pictured: Sharon Suddreth.
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Xgain, a perfecT pyramid is formed during a
Advisor Lisa HurT supporTs "her girIs" during The
Becky Sibley smiles and claps for The home
crowd during a foofball game.
Sharon Lindsay exe
cuTes a perfecT Toe
Touch during pracTice.
. CompeTiTive SpiriT
4984-85 was Truly The year of The
VarsiTy Cheerleaders. From The summer
of 49841 Through The spring of 4985,
These cheerleaders parTicipaTed in
various compeTiTions and never IefT
The Cheerleaders aTTended a
summer camp aT Furman UniversiTy
where They were noT only The 3rd besT
squad aT The camp, buT They were
named supersTar squad. They had
"spiriT sTicks" every nighT of The
compeTiTion and Jennifer Phipps and
Sharon SuddreTh were nominaTed for
"All American Cheerleader."
OTher compeTiTions also proved To
be successful for The ladies of spirif. A
compeTiTion aT The Teenage nighTclub
'iWeekends" neTTed Them a firsT place
TiTle. The "Cheerwine Cheer-off", held
aT EasTland lvlall, proved To be a
somewhaT conTroversial win. Because
of scoring errors, The Myers Park squad
originally was declared winners, buT a
close check of The adding of The
scores proved ThaT The WildcaTs were
461-4 afTer all. The VarsiTy Cheerleaders
also parTicipaTed in a special Valen-
Tine's Day episode of The WPCQ-TV's
dance show, "LeT's Dance", where
They won a proud second place .
PlenTy of experience benefiTed The
squad. Every member had cheered for
aT leasT Two years prior To This year.
Co-capTains Karen Lewis and Sharon
Lindsay, along wiTh Allison Delaney and
Jennifer Phipps, cheered all Through
Their high school years. Lisa HurT has had
3 years of experience being The
Hard work, precision, closeness,
and friendship made The VarsiTy
Cheerleading squad one of The besT in
hisTory. From leading The crowd in
various chanTs To genuinely supporTing
all kinds of school acTiviTies, The
cheerleaders made everyone proud To
Garihg-ger's NATHANIEL DAVIS
3ra iD sTaTe iD The 'IO'I weiahr class
Srare Wresrlihg Taurhamehr - February 23, 4985
Parklaha I-Iiah Schaal Wihsrah Salem, NC
Fronf Row Sybil SingleTary Dana Taylor Head Second Row Julie Green, Shannon lvliTzel,
The junior varsiTy cheer-
leaders were a very dedicaT-
ed group. The seven member
squad pracTiced before each
game and also spenT Time on
The weekends perfecTing
cheers and chanTs. The girls
were hard workers: They noT
only focused Their aTTenTion on
junior varsiTy Teams, buT gave
Their all To The varsiTy Teams
also. They cheered in The
aT varsiTy fooTball
games and helped ouT aT pep
sTaTed, "The girls worked hard.
By The end of The loaskeTball
season you could see much
improvemenl. I was real proud
advisor, BeTsy SmiTh
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4The jv cheerleaders perfecT a sTunT
aT one of Their rigorous pracfices.
APerforming aT The baskefball pep
rally, The iv cheerleaders show off
Their cheering skills.
Coach Richard Henderson instructs a
wrestler during a match while Deno
Pourlos looks on.
Wesley Hepler dispiays extraordinary
technique as he tries to turn his Myers
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Hepler, Mark Bryant, Mark Sanders, Nate Davis, Mike Davis, Back Row: Scott Moe, Keith Dean, Paul Purser, Jeff Mathews,
Darrin Stewart, Jason Pentecost.
Rodney Tillman lunges for a Takedown
againsT a Myers Park wresTler.
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less Than excepTionaI. The Team's inTense
workouTs were proof enough. Each day during
pracTice, Team members sweaied off as
much as six pounds. DedicaTion To The sporT
made iT easy.
Individual excellence in The sporT included
NaTe Davis winning The TiTle of SecTional
Champion. The Two-year wresTler also came
in Third in The Region and Third in The STaTe
CompeTiTions for his weighT class. Mark
Sanders also qualified for Regional Champion.
'TIT was a disappoinTing season Team wise,
buT rewarding for some individuals," sTaTed
Coach Richard Henderson.
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The hips and wrlsTs of a SouTh
Above: Wesley Hepler looks on
inTensely as Mike Davis yells encour-
agemenT To ci fellow Team member.
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leg of a wresTling opponenT 70 pounds
heavier. Deno won This hard maTch.
The VarsiTy Baseball Team
consisTed of young, deTer-
mined aThleTic juniors and
seniors. The Team has had
many winning seasons and
4985 was no excepTion.
AT The beginning of The
season, wiTh new coach,
STeve Shaughnessy, Things
looked very promising. Since
being head fooTball coach,
Shaughnessy explained ThaT
baseball was quiTe differenT
from fooTball in condiTioning
and fundamenTals. "This year's
Team had a good season, wiTh
The piTching coming Through
and The defense holding
back," said Shaughnessy.
Many long hours of hard
work and pracTice helped
make The season a success.
BoTh coaches and players
dedicaTe Themselves To ba-
seball aT The expense of
school work and free Time.
AssisTanT Coach Ken Shields and Head
Coach STeve Shaughnessy.
As The Wildcafs beaT Norlh Mecklen-
burg, Kelly Hill looks over The game.
Gene Brown winds up for a curve ball
During a hard practice, Jeff Prince
concenfraies on a hifling drill.
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Froni row: Jeff Prince, Gene
Brown, Kelly Hill, Ronnie Honey-
culi, Tim Payne, Scoll Russ, Brian
Prince, Greg Dixon, Mark Jones,
Doug Hanllne, Greg Brown. Back
Row: Coach Ken Shields, Troy
Seahorn, Sieve Clark, Greg
Broadway, John Rice, Bo Wainw-
righi, Eric Coe, Ricky Grlce, Dennis
Bean, Slewarr Mcllroy, John
Burnelle, Coach Sieve Shaugh-
Long TradiTion of Winning
Allen l?uTledge prepares To piTch
The junior varsiTy baseball Team, under The G Winning 90m9-
direcTion of James Edwards, had a sTrong season. The
piTchers were Horace Willoughby and Allen i2uTledge who
held The Team TogeTher.
Edwards explained, "J.V. baseball has a long TradiTion
of winning. Since The J.V. league began in 4965, Garinger
has had only one losing season. This year's group hoped
To keep The TradiTion alive".
These players benefiTed greaTly under Coach James
Edwards, who helped give Them The poTenTial To move
To The varsiTy Team.
Horace Willoughby, afTer receiv-
ing a leg injury, waiTs paTienTly on
The Trainer To remove The ice
FronT Row: Chris Laughrun, Andy SmiThey, Allan l?uTledge, Brian Shue. Lee Oxendine.
Mark Gray, Brand Shue. Back Row: Brian Waugh, Shawn Kelly, Jeff MaTThews, Horace
Willoughby, David Thompson, Gary Sowell. Mike Gibson, Robbie Haire. KeiTh Hall -
Manager: James Edwards - Coach. NoT picTured: John Donaldson, Chip Cosgrove -
Shawn Kelly, caTcher. Takes a
break from pracTice.
Shawn Kelly smiles as BeTh Murrow
wraps his Injured ankle.
odney Edmonds conTlnues waTchlng
he fooTbaII game while BeTh Murrow
Tlends To his injured fooT.
"Miss Murrow, my knee hurTs when
I move iT like This." "Miss Murrow will you
hurry up and Tape my Thumb so I won'T
be IaTe To pracTiceI" These are jusT
some of The commenTs BeTh Murrow,
Garinger's new Trainer, received every-
She spenT a greaT deal of Time aT
school TreaTing injuries ThaT were
encounTered all The Time. Unlike pasT
years, she did noT have The benefiT of
sTudenT Trainers To help ease her
"IT was greaT having a Trainer you
could depend on To be There when I
was hurT," exclaimed Wesley HunTer, a
member of The fooTball and wresTIing
This feeling was True for boTh The
aThleTes and The coaches. Coach
Richard Henderson said, "IT was nice To
be able To send an aThleTe To her and
geT him back insTead of waiTing To send
him To The docTor."
"IT was hard work being The Trainer
This year, buT I enjoyed iT because all of
The Teams did Their besT, and ThaT made
iT worThwhiIe," said Murrow. Due To her
greaT skill and devoTion To her job, BeTh
Murrow proved To be a valuable asseT
To The aThleTic program.
BeTh Murrow's responsIblliTies noT only
include Garinger aThIeTes buT Those of
visiTing Teams like This Myers Park
Mark Sanders receives experT care
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Scott Russ watches as Greensboro Page's offense
dominates at Memorial Stadium during Garinger's last
state tournament game.
Anthony Colyer outleaps his North Meck opponent in
a jumpbail situation,
Tim Payne gets a base hit against
Scoreboard f 4 73
dolized and feared, seniors conlin-
ually rule The school. This lasl year of
school seems To go by The quickest,
and if usually holds The pesl memories.
"Seniorilis" becomes an epidemic
around March or April, and The only
Thing Thai will cure il is graduation
Sending college applications,
applying for scholarships, wearing
senior shirls, and ordering caps and
gowns were some popular "seniors
only" activities. The Class of '85 was
a uniaue group of different, yer unified
individuals wilh a common goal in
mind - To graduale from Garinger
Being a senior means being Hon
lop". ll is a Time To look forward To
your fufure and look back To good
memories. AND THE TRADITION
CONNNUES . . .
Each year the Senior Class
Officers work busily throughout
the year to serve and represent
the Senior Class. Consisting of
Brian Prince, President: Angie
Smith: Vice-President: Lisa Rey-
nolds, Treasurer: Teresa Cureton,
Secretary: and Willie Walker,
ICC Representative, the officers
met every Monday to discuss
important issues concerning the
seniors. The officers were re-
sponsible for senior shirts, senior
week, the senior slide show, and
preparation for graduation. As
well as keeping the Senior Class
organized, they also promoted
school spirit by sponsoring a
homecoming float, a dance,
and by making posters. Offering
advice and support to the
officers were advisors Sue Haney
and Jean Withers. The Senior
Class Officers along with the
advisors represented the best
Senior Class everl
Front Row: Brian Prince: Willie Walker: Back Row: Angle Smith: Llsa Reynolds: Teresa Cureton.
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At a weekly Monday meeting, the
Senior Class Officers along with Sue
Haney design the Senior Class shirts.
Decorating the Senior Christmas tree,
Teresa Cureton decides to add herself
as an ornament.
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Rodney Boone keeps
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LeT's hear it for Senlorsl Leifergirls being 0 Senior meons ioking your own
Sfephonie Brooks ond Liso Reynolds cheer sweet Timex
for The Wildcofs of o foofboll gome.v
ABubbIe y-y-yuuummm. Lindo Cul-
berlson ochieves the an of bubble-
gtkg, V sg,
.Preparing for Homecoming. Eiizo- 39""0' C0nd'd5f203
beth Curlee uses her orlisiic cibiliiy To
improve The Keye'rfe's Homecoming
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Concentration wins the game. Tim
Christie takes a breather while offense
takes over during o Varsity football
College day contuslon. Elyse Evans
leaves the cafeteria after college
Mascot helps out. During the Keyette
tea held in Gctober, mascot Bill
Hartley writes out the ballots.
Future at hand. Seniors collected
many brochures from various colleges
during College Day.
1Senior class officers celebrate.
Teresa Cureton and Willie Walker
wear their caps and gowns a little
early to celebrate Homecoming '84
Human Coke can. Terri Blackman
does a little advertising during
4Testing 1,2,3. Jamie Turbeville learns The
tricks of the trade in Radio! Television
V i,,W4wwn,W' fi, will
208 fSenior Condids
Club and school splrll. G.G.S,
members Throw cdndy To The
crowd while riding oTop Their
imdginofive homecoming fIooT.
Their flooT's Theme wcis "Eoglebus-
4PreporInq for lhe fulure. Cedric
AnThony fills ouT o requesT form for
more lnformoTion obouT some col-
leges oT College Ddy held in OcTober
vA short break. Anfonio Cdmpbel
C4345 ond Gene Brown C4425 look oui
Toward The field during one of The firsi
VorsITy foofboll gomes of The seoson
Lel's Tolk aboul college. BeTh
McLoughlin invesTigciTes various col-
leges during College DOY,
During an inTerview for The Rambler,
Tonya Taylor Teaches The class how To Brian Prince, Todd Webber, Jeff Prince
DOUY Tclk. explain Their views on "The Sixih Man".
During Biology ll, Lisa Reynolds lends a
helping hand To Melissa Russ.
Before The game KourTenay Bernard Angie Hughes, a member of The
prints a paw on Jamie Snyder's cheek. Rambler sTaff sTaTes, "Noi anoTher
Travls Jerome Adams: French Club
40: Spanish Club 44: Weight Training
Schlnetta Anderson: Volleyball
44,42: Track 40,4 4,42: Cross Country
Kelly Lynn Andrews: Adelphians 40:
GGS 44,42: Bible Il Vice President 42:
Foreign Language Club 40,44,42:
ICC 44: Tennis 44,42: SNIPS AND
CUTS Staff 42: Honor Society 42:
Student Council 40,44,42: Office
Assistant 44: Summer Economic
Cedric Scott Anthony: ROTC Super-
ior Cadet 40: J.V. Football 40:
Varsity Football 44,42: Math Club
40,44-,42: Math Club Vice President
44: Computer Club 40,44: Mor-
ehead Nominee 42: National Honor
Society 44,42: Foreign Language
Club 44,42: Junior Marshal 44: U.S.
History Award 44: Bus Driver of the
Month 42: Project Close Up 44: Bus
Rubonla Marlorletta Anthony: VICA
44: SVS VP 42.
FSIICIO MICh6lI6 Ardrey: SVS-VP
Club 44: Volleyball 40,44,42.
Tracy Ann Baber: Marching Band
40,44,42: Keyettes 40,44,42: RAM-
BLER Staff 44: Concert Band 40:
Symphonic Band 44,42: Foreign
Language Club 44.
Kourtenay Gaye-Susan Barnard:
Honors Chorus 42: Mars Hill Choir
44,42: Choir Vice President 42:
Garinger Townsingers 44,42: Choir
40,44,42: Women's Ensemble
40,44,42: Soloist for Football 42:
VICA Secretary 42: Wildcat Mascot
Tammy Darlene Barnette: Miss
VICA 44: VICA Treasurer 44: VICA
Vice President 42.
Llesl Palge Battle: GGS 44,42:
Adelphians 40: Choir 44,42:
Women's Ensemble 40,44,42: Gar-
inger Townsingers 42: Foreign Lan-
guage Club 40: Math Club 44,42:
Junior Marshal 445 Student Council
44: Homecoming Court 42.
Deborah Lynn Baxter: FBLA
40,44,42: DECA 44: Softball 44.
Kenneth Edward Beard: JROTC
40,44,42: Drill Team 40,44: Com-
puter Club 44,42.
Sherry Lynn Blront Basketball 40:
Talorla YVSHS Blookmonl DECA
Terrl Elizabeth Blackmon: Mu Alpha
Theta 44,42: National Honor Society
44,42: Keyettes 42: Marching Band
42: Symphonic Band 42: SNIPS AND
CUTS Staff 42: Associate Chief
Junior Marshal 4 4: Junior
Wendy Yvonne Bohart: Lettergirl
44,42: Head Lettergirl 42: GGS
40,44,42: Adelphians 40: Key Club
Sweetheart 42: Foreign Language
Club 40: ICC 42: Super Senior 42:
Who's Who in American High
Joyce Ahh BOIFDODI DECA 44: FHA
Rodney Boyd Boone: VICA 44.
Melissa Suzanne Brazzell: Choir 42:
Adelphians 40: DECA 42.
Stephanle Sue Brooks: GGS 44:
Keyettes 44: Drama Club 44:
Lettergirl 44,42: Marching Band 40:
Symphonic Band 40,44,42.
Cedric Eugene Brown: Varsity
Football 40,44,42: Varsity Basketball
40,44: VICA 44,42: VICA Reporter
44,42: Student Council 40,44,42:
J.V. Baseball 40: Varsity Baseball
44,42: Varsity Football Co-Captain
Bonnie Lee Bryant: Drama Club
44,42: Drama Club Treasurer 42:
Foreign Language Club 40: Letter-
girl 42: SNIPS AND CUTS Staff! Layout
Editor 42: Keyettes 44,42.
Nancy Jane Burgos: Adelphians 40:
Centrusa 42: Weight Training Club
44: PTSA Visual Arts Contest filth
Pamela Ann Butts: GGS 40,44,42:
Concert Band 40,42: Garlnger
Townsingers 44: Foreign Language
Club 40,44: SNIPS AND CUTS Staff
Llsa S. Carpenter: Student Council
44: RAMBLER Staff 44: Centrusa
44,42: Centrusa SecretaryfTrea-
surer 42: Computer Club 42.
Angela Koren Cawa: Adelphians
40: GGS 44,42: Student Council 40:
Summer Economics Institute 44:
Project Close Up 42: National Honor
Society 44,42: Junior Marshall 44:
Computer Club 44: Mu Alpha Theta
40,42: Young Life 44,42: Foreign
Language Club 40: Drama Club 44:
Writing Contest 44.
Gena Sue Chambers: Foreign
Language Club 40,44: Math Club
44,42: Marching Band 40,44,42:
World History Award 44: Concert
Band 40: Symphonic Band 44,42.
Loren Chanley: Marching Band
40,4 4,42: Computer Club 42: JROTC
40,44,42: All-State Band 40,44,42:
All-American Music Hall of Fame 44.
James Todd Cheek: Key Club 42:
Varsity Football 40: Student Council
40: Wrestling 40: Drama 40: Choir
40,44,42: Garinger Townsingers 42.
Joanle Vanessa Cherry: Drama
Club 40,44: FHA 44: Junior
Achievement Secretary 40: Junior
Achievement Vice-President 445
Foreign Language Club 40: SNIPS
AND CUTS Staff 42.
James Brlan Chrlstenburyz J.V.Foot-
ball 40: VICA 44,42: VICA President
42: DECA 42: JROTC 40.
John Trenton Clatteeg FBLA
40,44,42: FBLA President 40,441 FBLA
District Vice President 42: Key Club
40,44,42: J.V. Baseball 40. J.V.
Soccer 40: Varsity Soccer 44,42:
Varsity Soccer Captain 44,42:
Computer Club 44: Foreign Lan-
guage Club 40,44: J.V. Soccer
Aundrea Laynett Cochran: FHA
40,44: DECA 44: Foreign Language
Club 40: Exploring Club 42.
Anthony Colyer: J.V.Football 44:
J.V. Basketball 40,44: Varsity Bas-
Lee Michele Corder: Centrusa 42.
Felecha A. Corley: J.V. Cheer-
leader 40: FHA 40: Junior
Achievement 44: FBLA 40.
Sara Ann Coxton: FHA 42: FBLA 42.
Donna Michelle Crawford: Key-
ettes 44,42: Chorus 40,44,42:
Women's Ensemble 40,44,42: Gar-
inger Townsingers 42.
Allcla Ann Croom: Adelphians 40:
Keyettes 40,44: Concert Band 40:
Symphonic Band 44,42: Marching
Band 40,44,42: Foreign Language
Linda Burnette Culbertson: SNIPS
AND CUTS Staff 44,42: SNIPS AND
CUTS Editor 42: Keyettes 40,44,42:
Keyettes Secretary 42: Computer
Club 42: Science Club 44: Shorthand
Club 44: Foreign Language Club 42.
Teresa Michelle Cureton: Adel-
phians 40: FHA-HERO 40: Computer
Club 42: FBLA 42: Science Club 44:
DECA 42: Senior Class Secretary 42:
GGS 44,42: Student Council
40,44,42: Junior Achievement 40:
Explorers 40,44: ETC 42: Foreign
Language Club 44.
Llsa Marie Cureton: J.V. Cheer-
leader 40: Varsity Cheerleader 42:
Student Council 40,4 4,42: Executive
Committee 44,42: ICC Chairperson
44: Computer Club 40,44,42: Com-
puter Club Treasurer 44: Foreign
Language Club 44: ICC 44,42: GGS
40,44,42: Adelphians 40: Junior
Achievement 40: Junior Achieve-
ment Treasurer 40: Explorers 40:
Bible I President 42: FHA 40.
Elizabeth Ayers Curlee: Adelphians
40: Science Club 40,44: Keyettes
44,42: Keyette Vice President 42:
Mu Alpha Theta 40,44,42: Mu Alpha
Theta Secretary 42: National Honor
Society 44,42: Junior Marshall 44:
Computer Club 42: RAMBLER STAFF
44,42: RAMBLER STAFF Photographer
42: RAMBLER Editor 42: French Clul:
Rodney Thomas Davis: Wrestling
40: Football 40 ,44: Drama Club
40,44: "Sweet Charity" 40
"Rehearsal For Murder" 44: Key
Alan Joel Davis: Foreign Language
Club 40: Student Council 44,42: Key
Club 44,42: Centrusa Mascot 42
Science Club 42: Computer Clut
Jennlfer LISG Deery: DECA 44,42.
Debra L. Deese: JROTC 40,44,42
JROTC Drill Team 44,42: VFW Awarc
44: Superior Cadet Decoration 44
Foreign Language Club 44,42
Garinger Players 42.
Alllson Deanna Delaney: Soph-
omore Class Officer - ICC 40: Junior
Class OfficerfSecretary 44: Adel-
phians 40: J.V. Cheerleader 40
Choir 44,42: Garinger Townsingers
42: Foreign Language Club 44
Computer Club 44,42: ETCfPre-
sident 44,42: GGS 40,44,42: Varsity
Cheerleader 44,42: Student Counci
40,44,42: SNIPS AND CUTS Staff 42
Super Senior 42: Junior Achievemen'
fSecretary 40: Women's Ensemble
40,44,42: Drama Club 44.
Homecoming Court 42: Choir Pre-
Suresh DeSlIva: Math Club 44.42,
Science Club 44,42: Computer Club
44,42: Foreign Language Club
44,42: National Honor Society 44,42.
Harvard Book Award 44: Chiet
Junior Marshal 44: Chess Club
Thuslth DeSIIva: Computer Club
44,42: Math Club 44,42: Science
Club 44,42: Foreign Language Club
44,42: Chess Club 44: FBLA 44: Honor
Society 44,42: Junior Chief Marshall
44: Sewanee Book Award 44. I
Llsa Joy Dickson: Foreign Language
Club 44,42: FBLA 44,42: ICC 44,42:
Weight Training Club 44: Track 42'
John Gregory Dixon: J.V. Basebal
40: Varsity Baseball 44,42: Centrus
Melissa Bridges and Jackie Brewton put library skills to work.
llascot 42: Key Club 42: Computer
Club 40,44,42: Foreign Language
aul Dorn: Mu Alpha Theta 40,4 4,42:
oreign Language Club 40,44,42:
cience Club 44,42: Chess Club
resident 44: Computer Club 42:
lational Honor Society 42: High-Q
usty Doss: ROTC 40,44,42: ROTC
rick Drill Team 40,44,42: ROTC
egulation Drill Team 40,44,42:
OTC Colorguard 40,44,42: ROTC
Loft 44,42: VICA 40,44,42: Storm
gt Elizabeth Dunlap: SVS-VP Club
porter 42: SVS-VP:Club 44: Junior
ohn Wesley Dunn: Baseball Man-
ger 40: VICA 44,42.
UYTISIG RSDSS Eason: ETC 40,441
'ench Club 42,
Von Kelly Eaves: French Club 40.
werrl Lee Edwards: VICA 40,44,42:
ICA Leadership Award 42: VICA
Iellssa Karol Edwards: Tennis 44:
omputer Club 44: Spanish Club 44:
rama Club 44: JROTC Drill Team
O,44,42: JROTC Unit Staff 44,42:
ROTC Colorguard 42: JROTC Bat-
Elion Commander 42: JROTC
perior Cadet Decoration 40.
ernard M. Elmore: JROTC 40,4 4,42:
omputer Club 42.
mes Anthony Elmore: Varsity
sketball 40,44,42: FHA 40.
avid Timothy Elms: Key Club 4 4,42:
omputer Club 42: GGS Mascot 42:
aringer Townsingers 42: Junior
arshal 44: Honor Society 44,425
Jnor Society Treasurer 42: Choir
J,44,42: Choir Treasurer 42.
lrry Walter ErVIn! VlCA 44: VICA
ub Advisor 44: SVS-VP Club 42.
litherlne Elyse Evans: Foreign
inguage Club 40,44: Women's
isemble 40: Choir 44: GGS 44,42:
SS Vice-President 42: Student
adney Brewer Faulkner: J.V.Foot-
ull 40: Weight Training Club 44:
brna Leigh Ferrell: Foreign Lan-
iage Club 40,44,42: National
inor Society 44,42: Math Club
l,42: Drama Club 42: Project Excel
I: "The Odd Couple" 42: Spanish
Nara 44: Junior Marshal 44: Intern-
lp at the Community School of the
itonla Lavon Fetherson: DECA
,42: FHA 40,44,42:FBLA 441 FHA
ce-President 42: Student Council
inya Lavosha Fllmore: Volleyball
E: Computer Club 42: FBLA 44,42:
nior Achievement 40,4 4,42: Short-
ind Club 44: Upward Bound
i,44,42: ROTC Drill Team 40,44,42:
:sistant Drill Team Commander 44:
lll Team Commander 42: Most
Jtstanding Junior Girl Cadet 44:
lndoorfOutdoor Track 40,44,42:
Track Captain 44,42: Most Out-
standing Sprinter 44: Cross Country
Yolanda Deneem Fllmore: Volley-
ball 4O: Track 40: DECA 44: Student
Council 44: Junior Achievement 42.
Phlllpplan Flowel DECA 40,44,42.
Sherri Lynn Floyd: Shorthand Club
44: DECA 44,42.
Zoe Alexis Fortos: Foreign Lan-
guage Club 40,44,42: Computer
Club 44,42: Science Club 42: Art
Contest 40: Writing Contest 40.
Vlctorla Joan Fowler: French Club
40: Women's Ensemble 40,44,42:
Choir 44,42: Garinger Townsingers
42: Varsity Cheerleader 42: Centru-
sa Vice-President 42: Centrusa
44,42: "Sweet Charity" 40.
Monica Leigh Gardner: Shorthand
Norman Garnes, Jr: Student Coun-
cil 42: Foreign Language Club 44:
Computer Club 44: Chess Club 44.
DeTrlna Rochelle Garrett: DECA
44,42: FBLA 42: Student Council 42.
Tunla Annette Gee: DECA 44,42:
Robert Lee Gee: J.V. Basketball 40:
Key Club 40,44: DECA 40,44: SVS
Club President 42.
Scott Michael Gelster: Varsity
Soccer 44,42: Science Club 44,42:
Science Club President 42: Chess
Club 44: Weight Training 42: Foreign
Language Club 44: Student Council
42: State Select Soccer Team 40:
Junior Achievement President 40:
Computer Club 42.
John Hubert Giles, lll: Key Club
44,42: Key Club President 42: Varsity
Football 44,42: Young Life 44,42:
Foreign Language Club 40: National
Honor Society 40: Junior Marshal 44:
Super Senior 42.
Donald Patrlck Glover: Track 40:
Computer Club 40: Spanish Club
40,44,42: VlCA 44: DECA 42.
Teresa D. Godwin: Choir 40,44:
Women's Ensemble 44: Garinger
Townsingers 44: GGS 42.
Corbett Cline Gore, Ill: Wrestling
40,44,42: Marching Band 40,44,42:
Concert Band 40: Symphonic Band
44,42: VICA 42: Honors Orchestra
Robert Sean Gotts: Junior
Achievement 40: JROTC 40: Foreign
Language Club 44: Explorers 44,42:
FBLA 42: SNIPS AND CUTS Staff 42.
David E. Greene: Foreign Lan-
guage Club 40,44: Student Council
42: Computer Club 42: VICA 40,44.
Kelth Bernard Grier: VlCA 442
Carol Kaye Gulce: SVS-VP Trea-
surer 42: DECA 44: JROTC 40:
Softball 40: SVS-VP 44: FHA 42.
Victor Dwayne Hall: Bus Driver
40,44,42: SVS-VP 44,42: FHA 42.
Ramona Rockell Hall: Women's
Ensemble 40: Garinger Townsingers
44,42: FBLAfReporter 44: FBLAfPar-
liamentarian 42: Student Council 40:
Weight Lifting Club 44: Computer
Club 40: DECA 42.
AnQela Denlse Hall: VICA Club
Treasurer 42: DECA 40,441 FHA 44.
James Douglas Hanllne: Key Club
40,44,42: GGS Mascot 42: Student
Council 44,42: Choir 40,44,42: Gar-
inger Townsingers 44,42: Baseball
40,44,42: Football 40,44.
Rosalind Rochelle Harris: DECA
44,42: FHA 42: ROTC Drill Team 40.
Wllllam Ardon Hartley: Student
Council 42: Keyette Mascot
40,44,42: Foreign Language Club
40,44: SNIPS AND CUTS Business
Manager 42: Concert Band 40:
Symphonic Band 44,42: Pep Band
40,44: Marching Band 40,44,42:
Who's Who Among American High
Thomas John Havelos: Key Club
40,44,42: Math Club 40,44,42: For-
eign Language Club 40: Computer
Club 4O,4l,2: Centrusa Mascot 42:
Student Council 40,44,42: Science
Club 42: Computer Club Vice
President 40: Computer Club Pres-
Dawn Naklta Heard: Concert Band
40: Symphonic Band 44,42: DECA
44,42: J.V. Cheerleader 40: Foreign
Language Club 40,44: Centrusa
44,42: Drum Major 42: Marching
Band 40,44,42: Pep Band 40,44,42.
Lea Ann Helms: DECA 40,44: VICA
Patrick Wesley Hepler: Wrestling
40,4 4,42: Wrestling Captain 425 Golf
42: Soccer 40,44,42: VlCA 44,42:
VICA Secretary 42: Student Council
40,44: FHA 40.
Teresa Louise Hicks: French Club 40.
Julle Elizabeth Higgins: Adelphians
40: Centrusa 44,42: DECA President
42: DECA 44,42: DECA NC State
Runner Up 44: Foreign Language
Karen Renee Hollingsworth: FHA
40,44: FHA Treasurer 44: Foreign
Language Club 44.
Robin Charlene Howard: DECA
Vice-President 42: Varsity Basketball
Captain 42: Red Cross 44: VICA
40,44,42: Foreign Language Club
Angela Christine Hughes: Adel-
phians 40: Lettergirl 44,42: Keyettes
44,42: High-Q Team 44: Science
Club 40,44: Student Council 40:
Foreign Language Club 40,4 4: Junior
Marshal 44: Who's Who Among
American High Schools 44,42: High-
Q Team Captain 42.
Wesley Antoine Hunter: Football
40,44,42: Track 44,42: Wrestling
Donna Renee Hutchings: Softball
40,44,42: DECA 40,44,42: Centrusa
42: SNIPS AND CUTS Staff 42.
Glenn Russell Israel: J.V. Soccer 40:
Varsity Soccer 44: Keyette Mascot
44,42: Men's Ensemble 40,44,42:
Choir 44,42: Garinger Townsingers
Justa Allen Jackson: Soccer 40:
Varsity Baseball Manager 40: Cross
Country 40,4 4: VICA 40,4 4,42: Junior
Mary Beth Jennings: Choir 44,42:
Garinger Townsingers 42: Women's
Ensemble 44,42: DECA 44,42: FHA
44: Computer Club 40: Marching
Yolanda Johnson: Foreign Lan-
guage Club 40,44 : Adelphians Vice
President and ICC 40: Junior Class
Treasurer 44: FHA 40: Computer
Club 42: Executive Committee 42:
Student Council 445 Belk Teenboard
44: Project Excel 40: FBLA 42:
RAMBLER Staff 44: GGS 42.
Kelly Darlene Johnson: Drama Club
40: DECA 44,42: DECA Historian 44:
FHA 42: Student Council 42.
Robert Mark Jones: J.V. Baseball
40: Varsity Baseball 44,42: Key Club
40,44,42: Key Club Treasurer 42:
Marching Band 40,4 4,42: Symphonic
Band 44,42: Foreign Language Club
40,44: MAA Award Winner 44:
Concert Band 40.
Betty Ann Jones: Marching Band 40:
Keyettes 40: FHA 44: FBLAfPhoto-
grapher 44: Student Council 40,44:
Junior AchievementfPresident 40,
44: SNIPS AND CUTS StafffPhoto-
grapher 42: Foreign Language Club
40: WSOC-TV Internship 42: Junior
AchievementfV.P. Finance 44.
Teuwanda Anita Jones: Computer
Club 40: Shorthand Club 44: DECA
44,42: FBLA 44: French Club 40.
Larry Stewart Kaplan: Spanish Club
421 VICA 44: J.V. Football 44,422
Computer Club 42.
Dennis Patrick Keneston: Men's
Ensemble 40: VICA 44: Student
Council 40: Foreign Language Club
Kathy Ann Kezlahz DECA 44,42:
Women's Ensemble 40: Spanish Club
Almeta HIII Kllgo: National Honor
Society 44,42: Keyettes 44,42: Mu
Alpha Theta 44,42: Foreign Lan-
guage Club 44,42: Orchestra
40,44,42: Junior Marshal 44: Com-
puter Club 44,42: Who's Who
Among American High Schools
44,42: Student Council 40,44,42:
National Achievement Scholarship
Ronald Eugene Klnard: VICA!-
Reporter 44: French Club 42: FBLA
John Bernard Koch, ll: Explorers
40,44,42: Junior Achievement 40:
Computer Club 44: Foreign Lan-
guage Club 40,44,42.
Patrlcla Judith Koonce: DECA
44,42: Women's Ensemble 40.
Patrick Gary Land: VICA 44,42:
VlCAfVice-President 44: SNIPS AND
CUTS StafffPhotographer 42.
Jeffrey Clarence Law: National
Honor Society 44,42: Mu Alpha
Theta 40,44,42: Computer Club 40:
Junior Marshal 44: SNIPS AND CUTS
Photography Editor 42.
Karen Loulse Lewis: Head J.V.
Cheerleader 40: Varsity Cheer-
leader 44,42: Head Varsity Cheer-
leader 42: Adelphians 40: Executive
CommitteefSecretary 44: Execu-
tive Committeefvice President 42:
GGS 44,42: Key Club Sweetheart
42: Weight Training Club 44:
Miss Garinger 42: Student Council
40: Carrousel Princess 42: SNIPS AND
CUTS Staff 44: Foreign Language
Club 40: Garinger Townslngers 42:
Women's Ensemble 40,4 4,42: Valen-
tine Sweetheart 44.
Sharon Ann Lindsay: J.V. Cheer-
leader 40: Foreign Language Club
40,44: FHA 40: Student Council 44:
GGS 44,42: GGS Secretary 42: Key
Club Sweetheart 42: Varsity Cheer-
leader 44,42: Head Varsity Cheer-
leader 42: Weight Training Club 44:
Computer Club 44.
LISG L. Llner: FBLA 42.
Scott Martin Lively: Marching Band
40: Wrestling 40: Bus Driver 44.42.
Rhonda Kay Llvergood: FBLA 44:
FHA 40,44: FHA President 445
Wrestlerette 40: Computer Club 42:
Who's Who Among American High
George Earl Lombardi: Computer
Club 44: FBLA 42: FBLA Reporter 42.
Mary Long: ROTC 44,42: ROTC Drill
J. Chris Long: RAMBLER Staff 42:
Soccer 40,44: DECA 40,44,2: Key
Club 42: Student Council 40: Foreign
Language Club 44.
Maurlce Lowery: Computer Club
44: J.V. Basketball 40: J.V. Football
44: Cross Country 42: Track Team
Gerald Mack: J.V. Football 40:
Varsity Football 44,42: Varsity Foot-
ball Co-Captain 42: French Club 42.
Christopher Wade Manley: VICA
44,42: VlCA Vice President 44,42:
Centrusa Mascot 42.
Korky Lee Mann: Soccer Manager
40: Sophomore Class President 40:
Junior Class President 44: Student
Council 40,44,42: Key Club 40,44,42:
Computer Club 40,44,42: C-SGS
Mascot 42: Science Club 42: French
Club 40,44: Math Club 42: FBLA 40:
ICC 44: Sex Symbol "STUD" 42.
Jacquelyn Lovette Manson: Adel-
phians 40: Concert Band 40: GG-S
42: J.V. Cheerleader 40: Foreign
Language Club 42: Computer Club
44: Shorthand Club 44.
Gina Loulse Martin: FHAXHERO 42:
Jehh Clavln Marusl VICA 44,42.
Dwayne Gregory Mason: Project
242 f Senior Statistics
Excel 40: Mu Alpha Theta 40,44,42:
Drama Club 40,44,42: Thespian
Society 40,44,42: UNCC Math Con-
test 40: Choir 40,44,42: Men's
Ensemble 40,44,42: Garinger Town-
slngers 4 4: Science Club 4 4: Student
Council 44: High-Q 44,42: Honors
Chorus 44,42: Mars Hill Choral Clinic
44,42: Foreign Language Club
44,42: Junior Marshal 44: Drama
Club President 42: "Up The Down
Staircase " 81 "Sweet Charity" 40:
"Rehearsal For Murder" 44: "Hot
Roslta Denise Mason: JROTC
40,44,42: Track 40,44,
Catherine Ann Mason: FHA
40,44,42: FHA President 42: Office
Assistant 44,42: DECA 44,42.
David Keith Matthews: J.V. Baseball
40: Varsity Baseball 44,42: VICA
44,42: VlCAfTreasurer 44: Foreign
Language Club 44,42.
Robert Maltlce: Wrestling 44.
Heather Paige McCall: Keyettes
40,44,42: Adelphians 40: Drama
Club 44,42: National Honor Society
44,42: Mu Alpha Theta 40,44,42.
Karl Ann McCarver: Orchestra
40,44,42: Shorthand Club 44.
James Darren McCoy: Marching
James Aaron McKnight: J.V. Bas-
ketball 40: Varsity Basketball 44,42:
J.V. Football 40: VICA 40,44,42.
Sandra Elizabeth McLaughlin: Adel-
phians 40: Athletic Trainer 40:
Keyettes 40,44,42: Keyettes Trea-
surer 44: Keyettes President 42:
Foreign Language Club 40,44,42:
John Michael Megson: Foreign
Language Club 40,44: Computer
Robert Thomas Miller: Football 44:
Weight Training Club 44.
Sharon Lee Miles: Computer Club
44,42: FBLA 44,42: Adelphians 40:
Miss Blue 84 Gray Pageant 40,44:
Miss Congeniality of Miss Blue 84
Gray Pageant 44.
Ken Eugene Monroe: Cross Country
40: Bus Driver 42: Track 42.
Marlo Michelle Morris: Marching
Band 40,44: Pep Band 40,44:
Student Council 40: ETC 40: Centru-
sa 42: Keyettes 42: Foreign Lan-
guage Club 44,42.
Mydung Nguyen: Computer Club
44: Foreign Language Club 40.42.
Son Huu Nguyen: Foreign Language
Club 40: Computer Club 42:
Science Club 42.
Norman LongSon Nguyen: French
Club 40: Math Club 40,42: Soccer
40: Science Club 42: Computer
Club 42: Algebra llfTrig Award 40:
Junior Achievement 40.
Cynthia Ann Nlvensz JROTC 40,44:
Mickey Christopher Oliver: Bus
Driver 44,42: VICA 44,42: SVS-VP 42:
Junior Achievement 40: JROTC 42.
Harald Pauley: VICA 44,422 FHA
Timothy Allen Payne: J.V. Baseball
40: Varsity Baseball 44,42: Key Club
44,42: National Honor Society 44,42:
Junior Marshal 44: Morehead Nomin-
ee 42: Math Club 40,4 4,42: National
Honor Society Vice-President 42:
ICC 42: Science Club Vice-President
42: Computer Club 44,42.
Jeanne Kay Pegram: Adelp-
hiansfSecretary 40: DECA 40:
Women's Ensemble 44: Red Cross
40: Choir 42: G-GS 42.
Catherine Ann Pettit: Marching
Band 40,44,42: FBLA 44: Junior
Marshal 44: National Honor Society
44,42: All-State Band 42: Bus Driver
of the Month 42: Concert Band 40:
Symphonic Band 44,42.
Pamela Jlll Pettus: Student Council
42: Adelphians 40: Women's Ensem-
ble 40,44,42: Choir 44,42: Garinger
Townslngers 42: Junior Marshal 44:
Lettergirl 42: Foreign Language
Club 40,44: Mu Alpha Theta
Dawn Renee Phelps: FHA 40:
Student Council 44,42: DECA 44:
Foreign Language Club 44,42: SNIPS
AND CUTS Staff 42: Keyettes 42.
Douglas John Phllllpsz Marching!-
Concert Band 40: Key Club
40,44,42: Key Club President 42: Mu
Alpha Theta 40,44,42: Mu Alpha
Theta Vice President 42: National
Honor Society 4 4 , 42: Mar-
chingfSymphonic Band 44,42: For-
eign Language Club 40: Governors
School NomineefFrench 40: Gover-
nor's School NomineefMusic 445
Tennis 40,44,42: World History
Tony Andrew Phillips: JROTC Drill
Team 40,44,42: JROTC Drill Team
Commander 42: DECA 40,44,42:
Computer Club 40.42.
Jennifer Lynn Phipps: Centrusa
44,42: Centrusa President 42: J.V.
Cheerleader 40: Varsity Cheer-
leader 44,42: Adelphians 40: Super
Senior 42: Key Club Sweetheart 42:
All American Cheerleader Nominee
David Todd Plerceall: Student
Council Representative 40: Execu-
tive Committee 44,42: Student
Body President 42: Key Club
40,44,42: Keyette Mascot 44,42:
Foreign Language Club 40,44:
Science Club 44,42: FBLA 40.
Charles Frank Plnnell: Choir 40,44:
Football 44: VICA 44,42: Junior
Ross DeVoe Pitts: Wrestling 40:
Indoor Track 40,44,42: Outdoor
Track 40,44,42: Computer Club 44:
Foreign Language Club 44,42: ETC
44: Chess Club 44.
Vernon Odell Poison: Computer
Club 44,42: FBLA 44: DECA 42:
Student Council 44: Spanish Club 42.
Sandra Erin Poole: Keyettes 44,42:
Concert Band 40: Symphonic Band
44,42: Marching Band 40,44,42
Foreign Language Club 40,44
Computer Club 42: FBLA 42: Pei:
Band 40: NCTE English Award 44
Writing Contest 44: Project Excel 44
North Carolina Close-Up 44.
Jennifer Denise Porter: Adelphian
40: Mu Alpha Theta 40,44,42, GG!
44,42: National Honor Society 44,42
Junior Marshal 44: Choir 44,42
Women's Ensemble 40: Studen
Council 40: Foreign Language Clut
40,4 4: Who's Who Among Americar
High Schools 44,42: Academic
lnternshipfAccounting 4 4.
Charlene Annette Pough: FH!
40,42: DECA 44,42: SES 42.
LaTrlcla Dianne Pratt: Keyette
40,44,42: Drama Club 40,44: VIC!
44,42: Women's Ensemble 44: Choi
42: Junior Achievement 40,44,42
Junior Achievement Secretary 42.
Brian Andrew Prince: J.V. Baseba
40: Varsity Baseball 44,42: J,V
Football 40: Varsity Football 44
Sophomore Class Vice-President 4C
Junior Class Vice-President 44
Senior Class President 42: Studen
Council 40,44: Key Club 40,44,42
Foreign Language Club 40,44
Foreign Language Club Secretar'
44: Adelphian Mascot 40: Compute
Club 42: National Honor Societ'
44,42: Associate Chief Marshal 44
Morehead Nominee 42.
Wllllam Anthony Purcell: Key Clul
40,44,42: Foreign Language Clul
44,42: Choir 40: Computer Club 42
Soccer 40,44,42: VICA 44,42.
Renda Carol Read: Computer Clul
44,42: Computer Club Treasurer 45
Foreign Language Club 44,4
Student Council 42.
Robert Trlp Reynolds: Foreign Lag
guage Club 40: Science Club 4
Student Council 42,
Llsa Elaine Reynolds: Adelphian
President 40: GGS 40,44,42: Ke'
Club Sweetheart 42: Sophomore
Class Secretary 40: Junior Clas
Officer 44: Senior Class Treasurer 4
Lettergirl 44,42: Junior Marshal 4
Student Council 40: Foreign Lan
guage Club 40,4 4: Super Senior 42
Kenneth Gary Richardson: Cros
Country 40: Foreign Language Clul
40,44: VICA 40,44.
Rhonda Mechelle Rlckenbackei
Keyettes 44,42: Big Sister 42: 'iUl
The Down Staircase" 40: Drami
Club 40,44: French Club 40: Ex
plorers 44: Academic Internship 42
Charlene Renee Rldenour: FBLT
44,42: Computer Club 42: Matl
Club 44,42: Who's Who Among
American High Schools 42: Junia
Deborah Lynn Roberts: Studen
Council 42: Centrusa 42.
Sharon Michelle Rose: Compute
Club 42: Spanish Club 44,42: FBLJ
40,44,42: Shorthand Club 44
Kimberly Anne Ross: Keyette
0,44,425 Foreign Language Club
0,445 Student Council 44.
:atrina Renee Ross: Computer
Club 445 Marching Band 40,441
.delphians 405 Lettergirl 42: Who's
lho Among American High Schools
2: GGS 44,42: GGS Treasurer 42:
lath Club 40: Pep Band 40,445
tudent Council 42: Junior Achieve-
ient 405 Academic Internships
4.42: Foreign Language Club 40.
oseph Scott Russ: J.V. Baseball 40:
V. Football 40: Varsity Baseball
4,425 Varsity Football 44,425 For-
ign Language Club 40,445 WSOC-
V Player of the Week 42.
lellssa Holly Russ: Adelphians 40:
lu Alpha Theta 40,44,42: GGS
0,44,425 Women's Ensemble
0,44,42: Choir 425 Student Council
05 Belk's Teenboard 42: Foreign
anguage Club 40,44.
lark L. Sanders: Marching Band
0,44,425 Symphonic Band 44,42:
TC 44,42: Student Council 44,42:
'arsity Football 44,42: Track
0,44,42: Wrestling 44,42: Foreign
anguage Club 44,42.
erry Darrin Schrum: Spanish Club
0,44,425 VICA Treasurer 44,42:
'ICA President 42.
heila Joan Schweers: Drama Club
O,44,42: Keyettes 40,44,42: March-
ig Band 40,44,42: Nomination for
ICSSM 405 Nomination for Project
xcel QHistoryj 445 Attendant at
Iational Close-Up 44: Foreign Lan-
luage Club 40,44,42: "Up The
'own Staircase" 405 l'Sweet Chari-
tder Sharma: Math Club 44,42:
cience ClubfSecretary 44,42:
Zomputer Club 42: Tennis 44,42:
unior Marshal 44: National Honor
ociety 44,42: Chess Club 44.
ililliam Earl Sharpe: Foreign Lan-
iuage Club 40.
Dhn Richard Shull: Varsity Football
H,425 J.V. Football 40: Varsity Track
45 FBLA 42: Weight Training Club
14,425 Foreign Language Club
0,445 Shrine Bowl Nominee 42:
econd Team All Conference Foot-
Renee Simpson: DECA 42:
.Basketball 405 Softball 40,44,42:
Basketball 44,42: Volleyball
Adrlene Yvette Simpson: FBLA 445
Orchestra 40: Computer Club 4 4,425
Who's Who Among American High
Schools 44: Student Council 40.
Tonja Michelle Sloan: Girls' Basket-
Sheryl Lynn Smith: Student Council
40: ETC 405 Track 40: DECA 44,42.
Lee Roy Smith: DECA 425 FBLA 445
Chess Club 40: Weight Training Club
Angela Renee Smith: French Club
40: VICA 44: VlCAfReporter 42: J.V.
Stacey Diane Smith: FBLA 40,445
DECA 40,44,42: Computer Club 44:
Shorthand Club 44.
Angela Denise Smith: Mu Alpha
Theta 40: Marching Band 40,44,42:
Concert Band 40: Symphonic Band
44,425 Lettergirl 425 Foreign Lan-
guage Club 44: National Honor
Society 44,425 National Honor Socie-
ty President 425 Computer Club 42:
Senior Class Vice-President 42: GGS
44,42: Shorthand Club 44: Junior
Marshal 44: SNIPS AND CUTS Staff
425 Student Council 40,44,42: DAR
445 Homecoming Queen 42: Super
Senior 42: Junior Achievement 40.
JanICe Michelle Smith: SVS 44,422
James Carlton Snyder: Keyette
Mascot 44,425 VICA President 44,425
Garinger Mascot 425 Choir 44,425
Men's Ensemble 44,42.
ErIC D. Springs: VICA 44,42.
Lee Edward Staten: Football 40,425
Weight Training Club 40,44,42:
Vlktor J. Stegmelr: Drama Club
40,44,42: VICA 44,42.
Kimberly Lynn Stewart: COO 42.
Dwayne Royce Stewart: Men's
Ensemble 40: RAMBLER Staff 44:
Foreign Language Club 40,4 4: VlCA
42: Weight Training Club Secretary
44: Wrestling 40,44,42: Chess Club
Timothy John Stewart, Jr.: Key Club
425 J.V. Football 40.
Darrin M. Stinson: Weight Training
Club 44,42: Golf 40,44,42: Football
40,44,42: Foreign Language Club
Samantha Lee Stinson: DECA 40,4 45
Student Counci 40: VICA 4O,44,425
Darlene Stltt: Computer Club 40,445
Foreign Language Club 44,42:
Basketball 405 Softball 40.
Pamela Sue Sykes: FHA 42.
Tonya Elaine Taylor: Executive
CommitteefTreasurer 84 Secretary
44,425 FBLAfTreasurer 40,445 Soph-
omore Class OfficerfTreasurer 405
Shorthand Club 44: ETCfSecre-
taryfVice President 40,44,42: Com-
puter Club 421 GGS 42: ICC 44,42:
Wildcat Club 40: Student Council
Luanne Renee Terry: Adelphians
Treasurer 40: GGS 40.44.425 Key
Club Sweetheart 425 Lettergirl
44,425 Junior Marshal 44: National
Honor Society 44,42: Foreign Lan-
guage Club 40,445 Mu Alpha Theta
405 Computer Club 425 Morehead
Nominee 42: Project Excel 44.
Rodney Lovette Tillman: J.V. Foot-
ball 40: Varsity Football 44,425
JROTC 40,44,42: Track 40: Junior
Achievement 445 Bus Driver 42:
Wrestling 42: Weightlifting Club 44:
JROTC Drill Team 40,44,42: JROTC
Frank Oliver Timberlake, Ill: Foreign
Language Club 40,44,42: Concert
Band 40: Symphonic Band 44,425
Marching Band 40,44,42.
Scottie Tobias: Basketball 40: Base-
Christopher Shane Tucker: Key
Club 425 Foreign Language Club 44:
Math Club 40,44,42: National Honor
Society 44,42: VlCA 44,425 Science
Club 42: Computer Club 445 Nation-
al Honor Society Secretary 425 VICA
James Thomas Turbeville: Foreign
Language Club 40.
Deborah Sue Turbyfill: Computer
Club 44,42: Computer Club Secre-
tary 44: Foreign Language Club
Suzanne Renee Turner: Foreign
Language Club 425 DECA 44,42: FHA
William Michael Wade: Keyette
Mascot 40,44,42: Math Club 44,42:
Foreign Language Club 44,42:
Executive Committee Treasurer 42:
Men's Ensemble 40,44,42: Choir
44,425 Garinger Townsingers 425
J.V.Baseball 40: J.V. Football 40:
Varsity Football 44.42.
Willie Edward Walker: Varsity Bas-
ketball 40,44,42: VlCA Vice-
President 425 Spanish Club 40: Senior
Class Officer 42: Student Council 44:
VlCA Treasurer 40.44.
James Robinson Warner, Ill: DECA
40: J.V. Soccer 40: DECA Vice-
President 44: Spanish Club 445 Key
Club 44,425 Varsity Soccer 44,425
Governor's Page 40,44.
Anthony Pervis Washington:
Weight Training Club 44,42: VlCA
44,425 Bus Driver 425 Wrestling 40.
William Watson: JROTC Staff Ser-
geant 40,44: VlCAfParliamentarian
40,44,42: ETC 40,44.
Todd Anthony Webber: Project
Excel 44: Drama Club 40,44,42:
Drama Club Treasurer 44: Drama
Club Vice President 425 Mu Alpha
Theta 40,44,42: Mu Alpha Theta
Secretary 44: Mu Alpha Theta
President 42: FBLA 44: Keyette
Mascot 44,42: Foreign Language
Club 445 Student Council 44,42:
Shorthand Club President 44:
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445 Dramatic Productions 40,44,42:
Student Director 445 International
Thespian Society 40,44,42.
Mike Keith West: J.V. Baseball 40:
Key Club 44,425 Varsity Baseball
44,42: Varsity Football 44,42: For-
eign Language Club 44.
Michael Brandon Whaley: Concert
Band 40: Symphonic Band 42:
Marching Band 40,42: Foreign Lan-
guage Club 44,425 Drama Club
Math Club 42: Computer
Club 42: Student Council 42: Pep
Band 405 FBLA 42: Bus Driver 42.
DelOl'e5 Evette WIIliClmS5 VICA
Dwayne Edward Woodard: March-
ing Band 40,44,42: Foreign Lan-
guage Club 44.
David Troy Woollen: JROTC 42.
Darrin Stinson, Lee Staten, and
Rodney Edmonds prepare to stop
ttergirls entertain the crowd at a Friday night football game.
Cool seniors. David Woolen and Glenn Saiierfleld
experience "senioriTis" in The worst way.
impatience overlakes hlm. Like mosi other seniors,
Cedric Anihony could noi wail uniil June To Try on
GRADUA 77ON 4 985
lf's fhaf fime again
They call if graduafion.
Along wifh feelings of pride,
There is high expecfafion.
Everyone was born wifh a desfiny
Buf if's your job fo fullill.
Hold your head up high
And defend your sfrong will.
When faced wifh a hard challenge
You proved fa be worfhwhile.
Now if's fime fo sfarf a life,
Begin if wifh a smile!
Always sfrive fo be The besf
Af whafever you do.
The happiness of your fufure
Depends heavily on you!
- Julie E. Higgins
ll's a hard job, but somebody's gotta do Il. Handlng
out caps and gowns prove To be a rewarding job.
buf if makes a few seniors crazy. Debbie Turbyfill,
Melissa Russ, Jennifer Porter, Cairina Ross, and Zoe
Forios give up their lunch period To do This duly.
-lcppy To be a senior. Glenn Jarrell Tries on his new
'oyal blue COD.
A Hme for
Sad Goodb yes
X X TTenTion seniors! Orders for caps and
gowns will be Taken nexT week. Please go
To room 209 during your lunch period To be fiTTed.
ExTra Tassels will be available for S250 each."
Early in The second semesTer, ThaT announcemenT
shocked seniors inTo realiTy. AfTer ordering
inviTaTions and caps and gowns, graduaTion
seemed more official.
As spring approached, The ineviTable aTTack
of "senioriTis" spread feverishly Through The senior
English classes. Like never before, 42Th graders felT
"on Top of The world". Did you hear anyone
singing in The halls? Or maybe jusT daydreaming
during class? He was probably a senior.
lmpaTienT To graduaTe, buT noT auiTe ready
To leave close friends, They counTed The days To
June 7, 4985. FuTure college or work plans were
finalized and sTudenTs realized ThaT iT was Time To
enTer a new phase in Their life - adulThood.
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BuT's Its Too blgl Renda Read finds fhaT her cap
is jusT a liTTle large.
Reward for hard work. VarsiTy foofball player David
PuckeTT is one of a few aThleTic sTars To receive
afhIeTic scholarships, l-le received a four-year
scholarship To Clemson Universify. Surrounding him
are his parenTs, Coach STeve Shaughnessy, and
X here's The 200 building?" Anxious
ond exciTed, sophomores seT fooT
on compus for The firsT Time. AlThough They
were ridiculed during Their firsT few doys,
They soon discovered ThoT C-Eoringer
dcTuoIIy welcomed everyone.
Juniors ofTen felT coughT in The middle.
No longer The young ones, buT noT yeT The
big shoTs, They could relox for o yeor.
STudying usucilly come firsT, wiTh The
redlizoTion ThoT grdduoTion wds noT very
AmidsT The pressures of school,
underclossmen goT involved wiTh clubs
ond school dcTiviTies ofTen, ond helped
moke our school conTinuolIy greoT. AND
THE TRADITION CONTINUES
Elecfed aT The end of Their
Sophomore year, Junior class
Officers Tradifionally face a very
difficulT Task - planning and
execuTing The Prom. Much of The
year was spenT on This issue, and
The five officers ofTen spenT lunch
and afTer school hours perfecfing
The plans. They all conTribuTed
ideas Towards The Theme. Pre-
sidenf Gene Davis sTaTed, "IT was
hard To decide on a Theme: we
wanTed iT To be an enjoyable
experience for everyone." They
decided The Theme was To be
i'AlmosT Paradise", and The Prom
was held on April 27, again aT
Myers Park BapTisT Church. Each
year, Thanks To The efforTs of Junior
FronT row: Kelly Mann, Gene Davis. Back row
Traci Brown, Michelle Coe, Lee Simmons.
class Jfficers, our Proms are
conTinual successes, and prove To
be memorable experiences for all
who aTTend Them.
Class of '86 chose Gene Davis,
Kelly Mann, Lee Simmons, Traci
Brown, and Michelle Coe as Their
officers. Besides underfaking plans
for The Prom, These leaders musT
plan fund raisers. Junior Class dues,
which, once paid, enTiTle you To
an inviTaTion To The Prom,
remained To be The main source
of funds. BuT, oTher evenTs proved
beneficial as well. The CompuTer
Mafch-up service, was held again.
Everyone fills ouT a quesfionnaire,
and your responses, along wiTh
everyone else's in Garinger, was
fed inTo a compufer. A lisT was
processed of your mosT compaTi-
ble persons of The opposiTe sex:
This lisT could be boughf a few
weeks afTer The quesfionnaire was
Anofher projecf for The of-
ficers was a dance They spon-
sored on November 2. The dance
immediafely followed The
WiTh The help and leadership
of The Junior Class Officers, The
Class of '86 was beTTer able To
face Their Junior Year wiTh con-
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Kelly Mann observe Christmas cards
on The Junior Tree.
Sieve Clark, Greg Thompson and Brian
Thomas sil down and relax from The
huslle and bustle of The cafeleria.
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getting her picture token with Sondy
Knight ond Carol Wolker.
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Whether it is receiving
your parking permit, class ring,
or a prom invitation, becoming
a junior is a rewarding time for
most. You relentlessly begin to
obtain privileges well deserved
and long awaited. Toughing
out eleven years of month
after month, week after week,
day after day, projects, pop
quizzes, and a few cafeteria
duty assignments fsome still
lingering in the depths of your
dresser drawerj, your life starts
to take some direction. lt's
time to start making decisions
about your future, while keep-
ing your grades up to stand-
ards in order for possible
college acceptance. Proba-
bly, the most looked-for-
ward-to event as a junior is
becoming a senior.
Anila Ralliffe Te-STS her radio
Pairs of Kellys flock iogeTher.v
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his Spanish ll assignmenl.
Gene Davis watches The
Olympic foolball game wilh
Baiioms up, Shelly Fox!
Craig Allen works ailigenily an
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and Shonelle Chapman are all silllng
Richard Jennings, Tommy Arnold and
Fernando Sosa head for o grueling
practice on The soccer field.
Memories of high school can best be
symbolized by one's class ring. Wrapped
around one's finger are lingering thoughts
of romances gone and all those times
when sweethearts exchanged their high
school Treasures of silver and gold to show
love and devotion. Recollections of friends
sharing experiences of happiness and
sorrow come flooding back from a single
glance at this precious memoir. Football
games won and lost, and after-game
parties and dances are vividly recalled
through inscriptions along the sides of the
glittering stones. involvement in various
clubs, sports, National Honor Society.
band, cheerleading and roles of leader-
ship are only a few of the means of
attaining high school recognition and
personalized initials individualize each
member of one's graduating class. Your
high school class ring is a very special and
treasured belonging along with your many
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Pete Economos stuffs his foce
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beside the cofeterio.
New Kids in Town
Very soon after the start of
their Sophomore year, hopeful
students began a quest for
signatures. A large number of
signatures was needed before
becoming eligible to run for
the office. Then, the furious
campaigning began. Atten-
tion-getting posters, hung in
every location imaginable,
conveyed the magic mes-
sages and begged for votes.
Shortly before the election,
sophomores were able to
meet and talk to the can-
didates during 5th period
lunch. The election was held
by homeroom ballots. The final
tally revealed the Sophomore
class choices: Joan Davis,
Jackie Flagg, Julie Green, Nina
McNair, and James Rich.
These five, capable leaders
began planning for their Junior
year, while making the most of
their first year at Garinger.
Carrying on the tradition, the
officers planned and worked
on the decorations for the
Sophomore Christmas tree.
Advisor Joyce Rea com-
mented, l'They were a good
group it's been fun. We
enjoyed the Christmas tree."
Being a class officer during
any of your high school years
is certainly something to be
proud of, but being elected as
Sophomore Class Officer is
very special. Your new and
largest class has placed their
confidence with you for a
great 40th grade year. The
Class of '87 was off to a great
start after electing these
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after eating lunch intensely ln The computer lab
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impatiently waiting for the bell.
Looking down on his possibilities, Tldnt
McCoy decides on a schedule
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A59 students caught sophomoritisg o disease that all
students who pass through the dreadful year of school
must live with.
Remember the first symptoms you felt? The
excitement and nervousness all mixed up inside of you.
As more time passed on. these two symptoms slowly
merged into one symptom: a complete feeling of utter
despair. You wondered if you would ever become
familiar with your new school or not.
A day didn't go by that you weren't probably
insulted by a hail of unkind remarks made by
unsympathetic juniors and seniors. "You are a
sophomore scum" and t'Sophomores are so immature",
are just a few of the comments you can receive
throughout the year.
Now that the school year has come to an end, you
can relax because you have been cured of one of the
worst diseases known to students.
Even though 1hey're sophomores,
Bradley Shue and Johnnie Floyd still
have plenty of school spirit.
Bill Campbell shades his eyes from The
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This was an all too familiar
question common to annual
staff members. In any endeavor, support
is essential in finishing the product.
Producing a yearbook requires money
which is gained from selling advertising
space. Garinger has a history of a large
and detailed advertising section. We
were lucky to have many individuals and
organizations, as well as businesses,
backing the 'Cats Garinger and the SNIPS
AND CUTS staff wishes to thank everyone
who contributed to this section. AND THE
CLASS OF 85!
To Our Boby Mrchell.
Thrs rs when your school ddys
begdn. Mdny trmes you thought rt
would never end.
Well now rt hos ond o new trme
stdrts. Congrdtuldtrons on tinrshrng
school. Good luck in everythrng
you do. We love you ond ore
CLASS OF 1985
We love you ond wrsh you the very best
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Kelly Gnd Angie
Sophomore year we were Inseparable
We hed Ihe best of Ilmes.
But junlor year really showed me
TI"IOI mY Kelly WOSDT GN fT'lII'I6.
Senlor YSGI' ls GIITIOST OVBI'
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we no longer take for granted
ThClI the Ofhel' wlll QIWGYS be Ihere.
Now we are l0OkInQ toward college
And when we are mlles apart,
II wlll be memorles ol our good tlmes
That wlll plck us up and warm our hearts.
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There are many people
that we meet in our lives
but only a very few
will make a lasting impression
on our minds and hearts.
It is these people that we will
think of often
and who will always remain
important to us
as true friends.
Jennifer Pam Lisa and Kelly
to the Class of 1985 especial
ly to those who have made
Thanks fOf two hGl'Cl WOI'kif1Q 9di'lOfS.
Linda Curlee and
Winn-Dixie what it is.
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REAL PIT BAR-B-Q Mrs. Cgle,
jjjg1T:1vj,1g0,gdB'1-1,7 TYIGDKS fOI' The love Gnd
'mfs "'a"""v0" support you gave to each of us.
ll Su'l4li'2's .'l.'l'l,'.1?.""' We love you and will always
Supporters X 269
WAREHOUSE OF SHOES
MENS ' LADIES ' CHILDREN
A friend is someone you con frusf:
fhdf's whdf I found in you.
A friend is someone who wiil olwdys be
honesfg fhdf's whof I found in you.
A friend is someone who is olwdys
There, no mdffer whdf fime, ddy or nighfi
fhdf's whdf I found in you
A friend d frue-blue forever friend
Thdf s you'
WE MADE IT'
Teresa Gnd Lynn
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"Fire if up!"
GO CATS GO
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YEAHII We oo
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we love you
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Mom g Amy
CLASS OF 85'
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much. And we ve experienced some great times. We ll never
forget the things that made us laugh: the B.l. Ziggy the D.D.
Bllpple Mulch and the plaid pants.
Nor could we forget the things that made us cry: term
papers reports and projects. But we finally made if! Our
frlendshlp has been tested but it endured and became
stronger. Thats why we know that although well be miles
apart after graduation well always be close. Well always
love you Garlnger.
BEST WISHES CLASS OF 85!
Debbie and Verna
P.S. - Mrs. Hanna mas que un grapefruit! Well miss you!
It s been a long time and we all had faith
in you. We knew you could do it. You ve
come a long way baby. Daddy would
really be proud as we all are.
We all love you
Mamma Sylvia Elaine Bub-
ba Debbie Sandra and
QWCJ Hopprn dy
IHAWVE coNeRAruLArloNs WESLEY!
LEA It's been o long rood since thot first doy
of school but you mode every doy o joy.
r We ore very proud of you.
m Mom Docl Shone ond Shelby
Congratulations. Mom, Dad 81 Matt.
We ore very proud of you Michele
Doddy Mother Curt Renee Suson Reggae
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Growing . . .
from the warm security of home
high school and friends
to the uncertainty of
a far-away university and
strangers to turn into friends.
In lite you never stop
Congratulations on your present and future
We love YOU
Mom Dad and Courtney
3314 Ninterfleld Place
Charlotte, NC 28205
Class of 85
Dedr Junror Lellergrrls
We would lrke lo wrsh you dll
The luck rn lhe world for your senror
yeor We hope rl wrll be os Terrrfro
ds ours hos been Thonks for
mokrng our squod lhe besl
Beverly Troor Lovonro Terrr ond
Krm we ore gorng lo mrss you
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The Senror Lellergrrls
Wendy Ludnne Lrso
Angle ond Bonnre
Cldss of 85
We love youl
Shoron Koren Lrso ond
Goodbye Goringerg we love you
BACKS THE CATS
TO THE CLASS 0F 1985
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I THGDK YOU for being CI DOH of OUI'
You have brought us joy ond hoppi-
ness. We wish The some for you! We
Momo, Pop, Christy ond Joshuo
Irves We ore very proud of you.
Mom ond Sus
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Yo II ore WANNAFUL WANNAFUL'
We wont To be just like you'
Good luck and best wishes
Modie Angie Kelly ond Laura
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WE LOVE YOU! Room 'H3
the best CIGSS of 85
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through lt all togetherg thanks to you r ' Mm' Repmfs
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Love, wenay and Jeanne PLAZA ROAD GULF
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Larry Hicks Pnane: 537-0539
Supporters f 289
To The oloss of 1985:
We ore your Tomorrow. Good
luck to eoch ond everyone of
We knew you could do it.
Love Mom Dod Sh Il y
new you could do it. I love y .
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WE FINALLY MADE IT
ALL OF US
AND YOU "THOUGHT" WE WOULDN'T
GLENN S SENIOR HOMEROOM
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Wendy Jervrs not prctured
Sherry Massey not prctured
,, Mark Hopkins
S pporters f 291
Thanks to GGNDQGI' Clnd
Mrs. Stevens for making
these three years GREAT!
We Love You Class of 85'
WE MUST SAY'
Weedle Bully Joel Chicken McNuggets That s Wald
wartamanute you need to gave up that Idea Bob and
Davld Lette-man duy with her bug halr tostrtos
Daryl Hall you just dont do those thnngs bubbles
going mental In a corner surp lm serlous Wnnk
c rowded ne ne ne ne Tom Hanks It s a fact of llfe
accept It or due spaz trc aroohah Bruce Springsteen
Take yo luv ones to d sho' We doggrn We doggln unh
unh unh Precrous Phrl Collins bonk luke what IS she
wearing? mayun and you know Stzng It was gone
before It came Pee Wee Herman They need to leave
f fond memones
as a boy
A son IS a
of happiness too
Especially a son
Whos as loving as youl
are so proud ol you.
Mom and Dad
Today tomorrow and always
God bless you wrth Hls love
And ID Hrs goodness shower you
With graces from above
May He be part of all you do
And hear your every prayer
Today tomorrow and always
God keep you ID Hls care
Congratulatlons Bert and
Friends Forever Mom Dad and cms
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J. Allen L. Whitt Second Row: K. Bean L. Corbett R. Dixon S.
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J. Smith C. Snyder K. Turner T. Turner R. Wilson P. Wyatt
We re proud of you
May God bless you
Harry and Jessie Sanders
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moybe youll do better rn college
We love you
Stop by to see us sometime.
Doug and Tommy
We just wanled to thank you for making this
year so special and also one we ll never forget.
We have enjoyed all the fun times and the
memories we have made.
You will always be on our minds and
especially on our hearts' Good luck in the future
well miss you!
We love you!
Palsy and Dana
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Mom, Dad and Billy
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Qfflce See you in '86'
Ccarol G Kristin
There s a comforting thought at the close
CATHY ANGIE TAMI KATHY of the day
When lm weary and lonely and sad
That sort ot grips hold of my crusty Old
And bids it be merry and glad.
lt gets in my soul and it drives out the
And finally thrills through and through.
Did you know l grew stronger and better
I had merely touched shoulders with you?
Mom and Dad
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upon you ond be grocious to your
The Lord fum His face Iowcfd you
and give you peace."
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me bngmesf future possibue and S
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Congrofulofions on your grodud- -5 ,Q
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CLASS OF '85
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To Allison Karen Sharon Jennrfer Lrsa and
This year of cheerleadrng has been a most
memorable one We love yal We wrsh you
the best rn whatever you do
Angle Stacre Sharon and Becky
WHAT CAN WE SAY JUNIORS7
Stacre your lumps Thumbs upl
Becky drd you yell we couldnt telll
Angle remember when you flrpped and
Sharon remember your backbend youll
never do rt agarnl
We ve been through XTRA thrngs but rf
we could do rt agarn What can we say?
Good luck and we luv yal
Ya'll have really been great this year! ' ,' '
We re proud of you
Tncnlis for the memories.
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We are very proud of you.
We love you.
MOM and DAD
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To my beautiful sister who has always taken
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Rjgfw' Egggffw We finally made il!
WE FINALLY MADE ITI Congrats to the Cats'
The Class of 85'
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Aldrro Lamont Gull
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Aram, Deywon 22, 27, 24. 51, WM A
Archie, Bobbyj24-9 .-
Ardrey. Falrclia 442 478
Ardrey, Sfeva -1115 ' , A
Arcirey, Terraraee 65, 219 A 5
Armsfrong, Jahn 454, 455, 2115 ,
Armstrong. Stqn 50. 65, 90, 98, 447,
Arnoid, Tommy 65. 133, 249, 233 ,
Arr Educafion 445 L
Ceresre 59, 22G
, Elizabeth 65, 245
. Gary 65. OO, 93, 220
, vrncenr 57, 52, 137, 1
-Blcsckmon, Talorio 480 '
Biockmon, Tam 23,fV2?. 36, AO. SG, 59..
, 90. oo, 150, 20722. Q, , Y
Bfdckmon, YVBHSTQZJBA ' Ig J
arccuwelaef, anon, 180,-340
snake, Rodney 255 '
Blcnkeney. Jimmy 4-47, 220
srakoey, scoff 55, 57. 245
Brcmcmiera, Kam 40, 4512 wo
acumen, Sheri oe, 220 2
Asbury, rQm7,g4Q2 Blum, David 135. 2 ,
Aus-fm. Choices 6590, 02, 2:15, 307 VV'V .Qu -Bcdeflck. Denise, 46D-i 22U,f
AusTin. ,245 1:
Armen. Reria ao, wa
Avonf, Mark 65, YZ. 113.
Award Winners 22-25
Ayers, John 249
Ayers, Leigh 249
l zoa, 289. 3041-'305
Bolick, Kmny 245 ' . 1 A
aormon, Joyce bo, -189
Boiron, Melissa 65, 246 h
Booker, Edward 180
Bohm, wemy 55,,57IT95.' 480, 200,
f wunom 429 1 ,
Big Foot - Andy Smirhey.
Brain - Squishy, gray matter
possessed by many but used
Boone, Rodney 77. 200
Booster Club 274 f , I
BQS-fic, rzrckv 68, 2201 ,, V
Boy's Tennis 45424554 472 2
Boys' Track 156, 472
Bradley, M0419 21, 54. 56, 57.
Brawey, Daniel 'IBO
Brandon, Sophia 68, 206
Brannon, Milledge 90. 180, 34
Bretton. Stacy 244 A A
Brazzell, Melissa 8,198,285 86.
by few. f , A
Berber. Trocy 90. 178
Badran, Khuiood 66, 245
Baergn, israel 245
Baker, Cynthia 143, 474, 178
Baker, Jennifer 85, 86. 245
Baker, Leandro 90, 219
Boker, Rodney 135, 245
wln, Melisia 219
Banks., Berry '178 f
Banks, Pameic 249
Bonner, Leroy 249
Barnard, Kourtenav 3, 28. 32, 85, 86,
87, 478, 209
Brelsaoher, Jeff 65, 220 2
Breifzman, Boa 154, 455
Brewer, Darrel 68
Brewer, Herberf 480
Brewer, Kevin 65, 220
Brewwn, Debbie 68, 246
Brewron, Jackie 61, 180
images. ADEQ-180 V H
Bridges, Melissa bs: raor 5
Bridges, Teresa 425 " " A
Broadway, Greg 65, 167, 220
BYOOGWGW, M0rTha 15
Brooks, Edward 246
Brooks, Stephanie 8, Q, 10, 65, 90, 95.
180, 492, 203, 264, 215
Broom, Jeffery 151
Brown, Cornebius 81, 220
Bums, Qwris oo, 150, 154 2 ,fi
Bums,,.1ohn 246 ' 1
80315, Pom 245 - ,1 .,fk V
sums, Beverly as, 86, 94295, 220 ,
Burris, Krlsii 65g 246 gl
fBErs-Drrvars 80 V H I ,
ausegarpny ea. 220 2 2
Bushes Education no 2
sun-er,Darryl1 451 K V- ,
Burien. Donald 65, 99, 434. 464, 220
Pam Q, ss, as. ers, QQ, 454, 269
Bf9rs,,Brendc1 425 L t fl V2 'V
C1055 - used to describe O
Seniorp 2 ,VBV .
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,,s PUT , 'Wes War 95f5V5,U5
cbduen, Carrmie as. se, 24:6
ccrezeno Staff 125 K-
Ccrdwei, Bernice co, 121
Ctlldwei, Jennifer 246
Cameron, Juv 65. 72, 246 K
v1CGnTr6fOn, Windy 2116 ,Q gg 1,
Barre 1.6541 Qffik
Edie 246 e j Q55
'CGfT1Db9I1, am 9, 134. 245, 2552
Campbell, Amonio 3, 46f86,87.
138, 181, 208 ..
Campus Life 10-41 .V Y
Cannon, David 181, 493
Cupergbaryi 421 V
CGf3ifQ,3'DUl'IYl 184 1 ,
CCJHYIS 8: Company23U81 'iw -
Coroiina Book Award 245 - '-
COVDGDTST, Maryanne 45, 33. 85, 86.
Corpenfer, Llsc 35, 51, 421, 484, 272
Carr, Lawrence 181
COFF,,Mi31'k 65, 247 V A
Carrou, James 122, 133,f3A,'.457, 456
Ccirrquset Parade 25, er, 91,1f?3, va
Carson, Kim 97 f A -
Cdrter,'Chartes 65 ' -, V
Carter, Chuck 422, 220 '
Carter, Eric 456
Carter. Harry 68, 222
Coder, Ski 181
Coder, Vernon fEricJ 135, 2117 7
Case, Pam 405 j . V Q ,
,CGQEYQLSG 247 ' -1 ,'A' r
Ccswelt, Kevin 64. 247 A
Carhey, Eric 222 A ,
Covono. Jlm 2417
Cawa, Angie 40, 27, 34. 49, 55, 74,
181, 268 A
Csmrusa 43, 60. 61. 195, 3,14
Chambers, Gena 50. 74, 90. 184
ChQndler,Deboron 222 Q ,
Chopffmfff 222 2 2
81, 88. 89. 90.
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Chl-Chi'S Mexican KRQHOLITOHYB 283 -
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char ,am , , Groom. MCPQLQQ., 393:14 f
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cmeg.iJcm2a.'24, sv, rss, 454.455,
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Clark, sbanegr 62, 247 2 -
cioru, Sfgveieof 222, 223
Cklrk, Teresa 223 ,
Cl0usehgKfTY223, 268 K
cane, 150 , ,
C!mT?f3iffTQQYQk Q5 2 L,-L g,11g,35
clvburn. Cymr-an 223' , -
Ciybum, Theron 247 '
CQGTESI Debra 223 - L
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Cowng, Lair wifes, ao, 223 -.- 2 '1' - 2
COlinSfDYL'UY!'i9 71, 182 ,
Colyer,'Anrnony ra, 444. 145. 178'
Compuier Cu: 51
Cancer? Band 90 -
Comers,+r:Qam:r 247 Q
CQmQf,j:Yh76r1hi0'65,, 223 hh . fl mf
GdQr.1,M165f M 223 , p 2
'CQUQ-may, J ---, -.
C0vhgron.,Doris.fi24 , '
Covington, Chery4,zS5, 60, 72, 463. 247,
258.307 L-if '
Covington. JUGUBBQ 247 l
Covlngmn, Anr'i9i13 ' 53, X- 90
Qoxfon, Sora QQ jj rf ff ,
flfflwfvf 431, PM ?55fii223' 2263:
CfGWfDTG, ao.f87,,124. Q 1
152: , '.-' ,N ,
Crenshaw, S16waajtl'5'82 ' A
' Cresr Lm.ncifomar,gT3Q9 1
Crockerf, Tgresa 85,4183 -
cfocmngmainei az, QQ, 247
Crass 'Countrsf q 'ji
Crowe, .loner 6811 86,5226 A
CYGWSOI1. DGVid- 68,3223 '
cmmp, Jeff 2215" ' ' r f
Crump, Rosa 86.183 , A f V
icrmnsfm. uma k1,-51, sa. sv, 65.98,
QQ, ras, 203.,251,g,2'Q2,- r 5 2 H
cunpepoeff Qulfgl ,2,, J iz
rcumangmmp rea 2
cupp. cams 2472 2 5 2 , H
Cureian. Ange!a'66, 67
Cureton, Lisa 44, 45. 247. 51, 55, 160,
153,304 ' 1 px 2 2
Cursfon, Tere5p,46,5'l', 55. 68, 176.
cunee. euzabafri 22 48, 495 50. sri
sa, 59, c5.r96gTb?',Lf1s3,' 263,
307 ,,V gi ,., : .
Curiay, cnrss277:r V
Customer starr 425g fl,
curhbenson, rfamcg-,447 ,
Deadline - dares. missed
every 'rimefby the yearbook
- UGIFAOSIYQFY fOr U01
coow, ,swgsnqmieg s4.rsa. es, a'aa 30601615 2 2
cook.'rrcCidcs.-24: ' 2
Comet, Loiqhycx 86, 459, 247' I
COfd9f, Jerry 257 l
Colder, Usa 65, 99. 223
Cofder, Macnefe BA. 61, 182. 276
Correypvereghq Mo, 182
Cosgrgvarfgnlp 468, 247 A A f H
cQucne4Iij22em,r aa, 72, 154. 2471
councr. Chorus ao, 223' 2
Counseicrs 104 V
Dorsey. cms 51, 25290, 224
ourey, naman 2224 Y r 2
Daniel, Kirk 655-224 L
DAR Awbfd 23 T H ,Q 1:
Dorcas. Andreggnlf "'f A
Davis A " A A
V , AIO!! fr-
Dovls, Angela M:fb5i ' '
Doves, A0940 ashes, 247
Dovis,DclrneB164 T ,
Teresa Cureron struggles over her Term paper.
Early, Wdoce 224
Davla CQHDOHV-11168 his falefit in auto mechanics.
num. es. 133. '151l,L.218, 22
231. 2 2
Jonlne 247 ,
Davis. Jomaso, 65. oo, 122244. 247,
21, 34, 51,
64?."?if?1' - ,
Larry 135, 247
Leah 62. 224
Lozl 59, 90. 224
Mlkail 165, 166 i
57. 60, '5f9V9 224 V 'L I '
Nafefre, 162, 164.365 1
Rodney 57, 183 ,
Valerie 68, 183
Warren 137, 140
uw, Jamison. 224 f
wceefhss, 164, 247
Sfeven oo, 22A
susmaes, eo. 247
Decker, A111smH112, 113
Decker, Roberl 79 '
Deery, Jenhlfer 68. 183, 290
Deess, Debbie 62, 81, 82, 183. 298
Deese, Faye 13. 106. 107
-Deese, Jol1p421l7 L Q, ,
Deese. Lucille 183 I
Deese, Mlchelle 247 A
Deese's Flfsl Perlod Class 275
Degree, Bemord 135. 247
DeLaGorzo,5l.onnle 248 A g .
DeLaGorzug' John 224 I 1 1 ,
Deldfley, AIBSOU 3, '11, 16, 77, 50. 55.
86, 86, 57, 96, 992160, 161. 184.
197, 205, 304
Delaney. Hugh 248
DeSllvu. Suieih 4, 25, 27, 49, 50. 51. 64,
69, 184, 310 1
DSSHVG, Thusifh 24. 25, 27, 50, 51. 65,
69, 184, 310
Dlcklnson, John 65, 147, 224
Dickson. Llso165. 184, 308, '
Dlgsby. Carey 248
Dlgsby, Chrls 248
Dillard, Dlonc 248
Drum Mayors 96 ,
Drummond, cms 248
484 5 ,
Dukes, Mmm 105 '
Duncan, Carmen 248
Linda Rilo, 1
D'-mlCD,'Pa1 6717184 -A - A ,
Dum, John 73. 184 1
Dupont, Stephanie 65, 68, 153, 248
Dupree, Bernard 656
Dufrence, Barbara, 184
Dygon. Eddie 248 2
Education -f"Wl1C!T cz Seriior
has spent 42 qor maybe 133
YSOVS lrylng to obtain. 1
Exams - o ,fest of your
9599799 Ch9QTll71Q cblli1'yQ.,1
sony, John 248 ,
Eason, Renee 65. 77, 184. 310
EasTer,VMelvIn 224 '-
Eaqferllna. JCll'1lCQ'r'l55,'224 2 7
EGSTIODG MGI 34, 35, 36, 464
Economos, Pele B, 224, 243
Eddhs, USO 55, 85. W, 185, 269
Edmonds, D6l'rlCk 81. 248
Edmonds, Rodney 2, 137, 169, 1185
Exscamve Commlltee 8. 44, 45, 102
Flreobrllls - outdoor exodus
every ,monlh Gs! prescrlbedfy
by ldw. Y as '.l' f , if
Football - physical match
ondemain cause for school
spirit. 1 ,
12 Jams' 64, ,245 ,
Peas and Fashions 205219
Fam, Dems 137 ,
mn. Jeff 57, 150, 151, 225
Fallle,"Mary 148149, 157. 248
Fdls. 15h8K'l65Cl 248 y lll1l"'.,,. .. -gg, '
Fdnimerf Rochey 185 .
FBLA Guture Business Leaders of
Amerkicy 22. 23 7 A 1. ,
248 ' 3 - ,f
Ferrell, ,Varna 27.'49,'f5CE '62, aa, 74,
Felhefson, Kenneth 185
Felhersbn. Lafonlc 66. 168, 185 L'
FlUT1OfQ,'W6b5fBf 2A8 1
Flnley. Harvey 16, 147
Flnley, James 147. 225.
Fits? Day, of School 842 - -
FWWQ- ,Keele 651 225111 M -A
FiSh6f,:,CalGY698 H8 ,Y .
Flsher, Nllchell 264 ,
Flshefs, Homeroom 27811
Flagg, 59. 72, 244. 2481
68, 156 ,K .IQ k
Flows, Slrinvls 245 1' 1
Floyd, 248 2
Floyd, Dame 90, 2218
neva, .lonrwe 248. 249.2253
Fl0Yd, snefrl 186 l
soglejeny 186 . l
11225 1 2
Ford, Helen 125
Ford, Theresa 52. 53. 65. 90, 225 ,
Fordxam. Demetfic 68. 225
FOIQQHVLGTIQUQQS 4, 64.55. 114. 231
For-rcs,-Zoe 51, 65, 691186. 4236, 2122
2152 1 1 2
Foster, John 186 -
Foslek, Laftanya 225 ,
Foulus, Randy 150 ,
Fowlerflzamla 186 2 2,
Fdwlsrf Vicki 136, 60. 161, 85, 87Q 1601"
186, son 2
Fox, snesy 55, vo, 77, 552, 153. 159,
172, 2225, 231 2
Foxx, Kegy 133
Ffcnclifm, Shannon 24935
Frazler, Hilton 5, 137, 24
Frlckh06ffef, John 68, 22
Fries, Tracy 249
Frye. cms ss, ar, 226.
62, 2481? f
FHA4-ERQIS6 1 2 1
Fllmorajonya 65. 14251151 472. 186111
Fufr, KS1111225 m
Fum 59, 61 65,
Future Hamemakefs of
68, 99, 225
Edwards. James HO, 168 t
Edwards, Johnny 248
Edwards. Lynn db, 50, 51, 58, 59, 90,
Edwards, Mellssaflf23, 185
Edwards, Sherri 60, 186, 309
Edwards. Tefrl 248
Elklns, Scoff 225, 248
Elle, Kennefh Lee 186
Dlllon, Trlp 65. 72, 246
Dlvlne, Barbara 117
Dixon, Greg'28, 32. 57, 61. 167, 184
Dlxon, Haywood 248
Dixon. James 69. 112
Dixon. Melinda 65. 66. 224
Dixon, Rosiyn 65, 149, 248
DOnQldSQ!1. Jbhrl 135, 168 '
Donaidsan, Angle 34, 184 ',
Dorn, Puul 27. 49. 50, 51, 69, 84, 184,
Doss. Rusty 61. 82. 184, 306
Dover, Clarence 123
Downs, WINS 224 1
Drdre, Micky 248
Drake, Robert 184
Ellison, Regina 85. 86. 248
Elman, Cheryl 62. 65, 225
Elmore, Bernard 51, 60. 185 '
E!mOf8. Jcmes 144 145, 174 f
Elms, David 27, 48, 49, 51. 54, 55. 57.
85, 87, 183, 185
Emerson! Homeroom 264
Ervin, Jerry 185 ' '
Ervin, Klm 225
Espln, Gary 69. es, 157. 248
Espln, victor 155
sun-qnus, me 65. 248
Eubcnks. Oscal 65
Eubanks. Wlllts 248
Eudy, Steve 65, 150, 451, 225
Evans, Elyse 54, 55, 185. 206
Grade - that which was
received as on lndlccrlion of
your work, , f
Guher - language heard
clally as a part
G.G.S, 44. 37. 54-55, 208, 280
Gabnei, Fellse 249
Gadson. Slephonle 249
GGNUSL Kyle 65, 249
Gales, Mark 186
Galloway, Toro 67, 225
Sheila 68. 225
Taleena 65, 1
Players 296. 62
Elmer H. 2
Games, Deborah 186
Games, Norman 186
C-Barrett Defrhcl 66. 68. 861186
Gcrrefl, Hazel 108
Gary, Phil 147
GOYNHQS. Jackie 65. 249
eee,Annqffe oa,1ao 2
Gee. fzoberfeaf, 1114 , 3 2
Geisler. Scot! 51, 69, 741133, 186
George. Perfy 137, 156, 225
Germany, Darrin 156, 225
Glbson. Bemixgie 65 A M
Gibian, 249 ff?--'
Gibson, Micihcel 65, 163, 249
Giles, Berl 14. 27, 33119, 57,70,71. 137,
184, 186. 205, 292 2
Glues, unaaejqs, 148. 149
L-Glas, shame oz. 226 g,
aurora, Davie 125 1
ell. Alclfic 226, 310
Gm, Dlamafzza '
Gillis, Lynn 187. ' .
C-Jllmore, Susqijd, ce. aa5,,224l. 231
Glrls' Bcskefblall 4l18'449 ffff'
Girls' Boskelball 171, 173 Y 1
GHS' Tennis 172, 173
Girls' Track 157, 172
swam. ca, 249 1
Givens, Janice, 181, 273 ff,j,4
Glvehs. 135. 249 1
seamen. ohm 52, 71, 226,
Gladden, Joey 50, 64, 96, 97, 226
Greaves. sharon 09, 240,
Glenn. Derek 156
seem, No1e '157 ' 5:
Glenn, Tommy 1249, 255 , if
Glenn! Homefoom 291 -'
Glidawei, Down 249 L
-Glover. Donald 187
slew, Pamex be
eaawln. 50511122 .
nanny 11. 187 3,
Godwin. Doris 105, 127 -
Godwin. Teresa 55. 187, 270, 284
Gofurm. Mark 249
GOlf'15G-151 srln ,, .
Golysul, Jem Qs, 97, 2261 'li'
G0fl'1HliOO, D91'l'5Ck 249 T
Goodwin, Tammy 250 A
Gordon. CUGHSS 76, Y7, HB. 452, 153,
154, 155 i A ,
Gordon,'PQTlflQiG 226 f
Gore, Cline 90. 187, 286
Gotls, Sean 71. 99, 187. 266, A301
Senlor Closlnq 27, 214
Graham, Edo '76, 227
Graves, Frances 66, 121 ,
Gray, Laura 66' 250
Gray. Mark 168
Gray, P011 125
Gwen, JuIlS 65, 69. 163, 244, 250
Greene, David'187 , '
Gmer1wC:v.llCQl1?l 227 , A 'V L
Gregory, 001105 ' I-,I A
Gregory, Lauren 227 .
Grica, Hcky 65, 137, 167, 227
.LGner, Andre 65, 250 A
Mi ,Grlen Tony 68' K .
-Gfiffen, Klrnherly 227
sflffln. some 28
Gflffln, scoff es, 151, 250
enffnn, Jenny os, 250
use 65, 76. 77. 227, 262
csfxgsby. Mama 408
Grhdsfaff, Ccwol'34, 50, 51, 53,-65, ess,
86, 227 ,
Gfl3dGl8, JSCYI 429
Gi-IPCS, Carol 6, 67, 227
Gulce. Eric 250 'A
sausage, omnnm 90, 250 2
Headache - 7:20-2:20
Homework 2- idea fhat has
nofl, quite goflen across,
Mega, sandra on 127
Haggard, Rav 150, 250
Haley, cluvmn ae
mem as, 2148. 250
oe, 21. 227 1
1-lax. Keith wa, 250
Lemuel 250 A A
Hal' Ramona os. 85,1 ao. a7, 1871, 221
HGll.1SC0Y'l 120,135,250 ,
Halhvlcme sb, 25113
Vlctor 2. 66, 07, au, 187 .
Harmon, David 65, 250
Homllfoh. Tanya 90, 250 '
Harhmond, Kem 4-57, 250
Hammonds, Wendy 250
Hampshire, Hills Barber Shop 301
Hmflck, Shofon 182 ,
Af1f1SlQ62',59f 227 ,
Sue' 106Q'i407,' 176 ' f
Hahkins, Tamml 48?
1-lame, Doug 10, 32, 54, ss. 57, as,
lar, 167, 187. sos 2 1
HC5lf1l?lii1L'iMCPlha M4 '."'
Harexmm, non 126- 1
l-lady, Wendy 250
Harkey, Mcmox 251
Haney, Roger 2271, 1
Harley, Mae Franais' 425
Harlow, Tino 226, 227
Hmiow, WQl'l9Y 68, 227
HCIfm0fl,RYlOl'1dU os, 227
Thoyl'l9 65, 76, 77, 426. 156,
17158, 1,3 , Q V
l-Iainbock, Jackie' 125
Mural, Tony 147 '
Harris. Jimmy 65, 133, 134, 227
new es. ms, 251
Kimberly 221, 251
Ha1fgi5jRomonda Sbfutla, 226 .
Hen-E, Rosalind aa?
James 99. 251
Harfgrove, Reginald DO, 251
HUlTlS.,Chrls es, 2281268 1
B111 1, 58, 555274 75130, 98, 1592
2 187, 206 '1 - 1
Harvard Book Award 25 A
Harvey, Joy 66, 251
Huvelos, Tommy 21, 36. 50. 51. 57. 61,
ff6?.L188. 191, ,295 H 1
l-lawn, Frances 60, 61, 110, 311 1
57 Karen Lewis and LBO Cureton look over The adverilsemenl that
we received durlng football season,
Meadows. Julie 253
Hawrvs Homeroom 22, 288
Hown's Third Period Class 286
Hozeifon. David 254
Head, Cheryl 65. 251' -
Hem, Joy 55. 254 . . H
Heoden. Gerroce 77
Hecxd, Down 94. 92, 485 A
Hecsley, Wayne 137
Heffner. Chflsfy 65, 251
Hefner. Doug 35, 52.777, 488
Helleplenurd aaa. 228.
Hein, Chris 251
Helms, Leo 68. BO. 488, 309
Hetms, Polic 188 -
Helms, Teresa 254
Henderson, Ricnmah75Li14a,- 436. 4:-17.
439. 164, 165. 469
Henderson. Regina 254
Henderson. Jackie 96. 97. 228
Hepler, Wesley 65, 78.164, 165.
Herb Baron. Co. 300 . '
Herman. Sandy 188,
Heffem. Liss 113, 223
Herron, James 251
Hlckih, Sybrenna 7b. 90. 228
Hk:iqs.,i1'elteso 488. jf.
mggmme e, 65. oe. fee. 214' ..
mgqim, Roben 54. 228
Hircemranu, Reed Mu, 426 .
HM. Derrick 225 f
HSIDKBHY wo. so, 145.166, 167. 22s. 231 .
Hitton, Ddwn 65. 68.151 254
Hanson. John 254
Hmon. Roy 228
History Education 410, M4 i
Hltrzhfiar, Gram 56. 132, 433, 4 794 . . f
488 L. . ..
Hofmcmn, Mlfch 65. 74 K
Hogan, Michael 134
HOIUOOK, Todd 254
Hoilondiy Richard 254. M
Hoillngsyqorfh.-Karanlq.. 168, 266 V
Holman, Margie 124' V ,
Holrnen, Karen 254 '
Homes. Alison 254
Hotmes, Fred 90. 228
Home Economscs 421: 'h '-
Homecoming 2. a. 7,'42f:'45 46. 17. zq,
44.54. so. 59. 64. wa. ne, 194.
495. 203, 201
Horxeycuff. Shao 251 . V
Honeycu-H. Robby 251 . f
Hongycumwonnie 543. 57. 167, 2284- .
Hood. Dale 2431251 - Lf, ' Z 3 '
Hood, Lisa 251 A " "
Hood. Vande 67, 228
Hoover, Kevin 228. 25-S
Hoover.-Marcus 3 9 '
nopumcms mm. 22a gig,
Hopkins. MGR 79. BC ,
Home, Angle 90. 251 f
Mike 450.151, 485
Joyce 122, 142.143, ma. me
SP1ei!o,489 A A
Wesiey 65, 437. 164, 169
Brenda 54. 66. 229
Johnston. Loura 252
Johnsfon. Freddy 229
AICKI 252 -
Jones. Andre 76.1230-
Jones. Beny A995 139
Jcmbi. 'Candle 68"
Hunily. Ccnrmole 189
Hun, Usa 124. A161
Huss. Pom.66,.424 ,
mfcnam. mamma 2, o5.1zsi1, 22o
Hufchlm. Dome 60. 61. 68. 98. 99.459
Income - reason for pcm-
fima job of1ar'schooi.. .
lm 252 .
. Kennemlsq . H
Mom as .iii 57. so. vo. 4orQ'i5QQ
Jones. Michelle 252
Jones. Michael 252
Jones. Robby 434. 252
Rosa 252 gi 7
Ryan 230' ' .
Tewthdd 159, 340
Jordon, Scam 65, 230
JL.QNOf Cicss 248. ZA3
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KSC Omer Club Counctlj 46, 47, 50
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Ingram, JOhhf'156, 458, 254
isenhour, Alon 480
Issues. Rum ss. 59. 77. as, 87.189, 268,
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cleaning up offer us.
7 - Oh. happiest of
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Jackson. Jgsgp' asc h
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Kqrhy 62 - . ,
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Jurreu. Glenn 189.215 .
Jcycok, Anfdnerre 252
Joyccx, Michele 90 V
Jenkins. Exzenef as 5 .
Jennings. .10..57.. .1312 4511. 455. 'K
229. 233 . i -"' L
Jenr1lngS, Ddvid 65. 90, 22395
Jgnlor varsity 'Crbmbcders A-16.3
Junior Vurslfy Baskefbd 447
Vorshy Fcofbull 435. 473.
Junior-Senior Prom 248 ' .
Juifbsj freeman A 3
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139959 I h Y 1
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Kemps. vefwso. 252
Kiiizei. Mory 4,g4iB:.A9. 408, if -
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Chris 6869.7 84, 252
xeesef. Doug oe, V230 . f
Kely, Pcirinc 68, 70, 71. 230 A
my. Shown,b5,135, 141. 165. 1419.
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Kennedy. wlucm. 450 f
Kenny. Meg 50. 53. 55. 58.7
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Hoskins, Tones:-.Q asa . Johnson. LQ. 4, 72. 74. 95.97. va, oo. WO' 'Wh 425 L
Hough. Carolyn 251 M2 KN- SNWH 65-239 7
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Hughes, Angie Q, 27. 24, 75.84. 95.92, Johnson. wanna aa, so. 251. 55, we Eddie 252
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Lands. Bobby 252
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Lee. Klm 8. 65. 453, 253
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Mock. Mqjaeg 253 g
Mqddmx, Haber? 90. '91, X155 Q
Dr! Madera HOIffl6fOClT1 272 ' K '
Mdkar. Reggie 76. 253 -' ki
Maniey. cnnsfao. 64. nz, aaa. 191
mmm. K9ny354,.s5. os. 218. 224. 232.
Mann, K0IXYAgjU..2B. 35. 54. 54955, 57.
'69, 74.15,-194. 204. 286-.
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fmercn4ng:3gm .2a. 89.L'192a'93A .
Mclgroves, Kin? 90, 494 7 7
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Uhle. Shdwn 263 ,
Llifieioim,-Dave 232 1 .
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Livingston, Efk: 65. 68,.445. 194
Loch: Wendy 253 A '
Mdiseyi 684 233.-in ,7, I
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mxwel. Pefsaic 106 f
Mqxwei. M. 57. 90,
Mayer. Kcrid 22.65, 60, 73. 55, 86, 242,
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Lake. Brian 35. 690 1 V V
me big game against Greensboro Page. . .
Ldmb. Hecfher 59. 65. 96. 97, 232 '
Lhcrnmp ShOf1I'i0lfY- bs. 459. 252 .
.wr-dl D0b0'0V'f?5' 252 r
Love, Chize 65. '
Lowe, 'Judy 67, aa, Ma
Lcwsryi Betty 146
Lowefvgw 456. fm j m ..'. .
Luncefrkd. Down 253' 1
Ly. 66. 6? 1
Ly. Pchlcic 253 L
Lyf-Tymi Building Producis 299
McCiecrV, Sfephcmle 65. 23.3
Mccioudg Sharon 65. 254
MCC'tXB'SvHOfflBTOOm 290 4 Q
McClure, 180, 493.233 .
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mccoy. nmf 250. 254
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McGee. Pot 11122
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'MclwCllf'iB. Mdcdblb 234' ' W '
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Mike 45, 133, 2311 if 6
193 - 1-1 7
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mms. Dwayne 135. 254mg
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mfeneal.-feusseu 92. 147.
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MDlY1Of,lPQ1'1'Y 53. 106 7 1
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SCOP 235 ':'1. .
Monlgou' ' N1 ypsewm my 7 ' 2
Moore, 531280. 194 gf'
Moore. ma, 149.157, 243
. ea. 235 LW . -
Moerewlsrbede ea, 254
M0f6l1Qfi51Sbh0l0rS!1lp.1A .25 -1 P
203 1 K
Moms. flirii 133, 254 f
Morris. 51, 57. 65. 76.--235
235 U fl-fit?
'1MozlrlQu,'l' Wcere 51,7 114: -gif
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Mr. 8ilMlse Gulnger 177 "1
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Nevme.c1ils 71. 194 1
LNews0mQ 235 1- 7
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Nguyen. Locln'65. 256 Yi
Nvvm 194 p
Gene Brown looks on wan emlclpeflerl ee Cedric Anihony
goes on with cl chemlslry experiment. 7
Rat-tall - long prolecflon of
end of rodent.
Rodgersp -r the prlnciprrlo of
RodlofTelevlslon 76, 77
RodofTV Broadcasting 76. 77. 231
Rolney. Alben' 256 - .
ROISY, M1C1'lQ01 80, 197 . yfjj--'
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Rea. JOYCB 109. 244
Redd. Ronda 51 65. 197. 215
try their ln soletlllflc,
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Nclilien. Norrl-lank33.-50. 51. 69,
Perry. Darrell ee 5- 7
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Michelson. liievlds ,rre 1341255 P9f'USf5'mP'e'1155'-
Nldeyueezss 7 1'
Nivens. l Cynthia 68. 1.49. 194
Nobbli',fJoson 85. 87, -
Nqblllf. ez e3.:ea. eo. 255
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meme.-use oo. 255
Nugent. oevld 194 jr -1 1
Oceon - where . everyone
flocks after groduollon
Olxhqgeous - mony styles of
'fffwe Odd Couple" 452
Occupwions if 296
Olive. Monly 235 A 5 A
,Ute 255 5- 7
Mfckev 67- 80--Q-ie .
275 - 1 f
'OVCHBSTTQ 88 - 4
Orgcrlhuilons 42-99 f
ONS, VO16f1B 235 -
O'Tuel, Edwin 255 1 .
Ol-QQHTQQPBGQIQK 437.1235 ' 1 V
'Pe11us. .sul 27.'5of-fee. -se. ev. 95. Q
1 195 A 7- 7
Perry.. Koryn 'L gf
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Jeff 42. ea. -Zo. :ae 3
Warren 641 ' ' -
Tony 125- 1. . j
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T 7 90, 154, 195. 302
Phlpps. .lenr1lfer3.2257.w-61, 16Q. 161.
-F' 179. 191, 195.205, 279. 3011 1 Q
Prlysneal Educoflon-122 1
Plckofd, John 27,195 m
Pickeff. James 137. 140. 195
glfelefeeell. read 3.f'54,214,,45, 44. 47.57.
58. 59. en.. 1112. 1195 . f
Plgele, Hannon 195i ' -
Plnehursf Llngerle -273
Phnell. cm 193.195
Plrlle, H6ldl53, 237 .
Putman. .lem 65.11195 ,Q
E-3PlT15,'ROS5 42. 65.'15e. we 1
Pumer. mae 65.183
Poison. Vernon 274 3,
Ponder. Louro 60. 54. 55, 65. QB. I
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Reed. KatQH7f1113 1
Reed. Thelonious: 1 or vo. 1977-It
nero. Perks.-ga, 237
Rallies. 197 jg
laeynelfleirip 69. ww. 3107 i
nevnolos. USQZ7, ss. 57, 74, 75. 94. os.
174. 1127.72-cao. 203. 279,
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Rlch. James.-134. 244. 256. ' 1
men, meme 51. 197 ' i 1
relchem. Joe'125l . 7 .-
Rlenerusolflmennqlh 1197, ,V . . '
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nlcxenmw. -Charlene so, 51
Rldenour. Charles 49?
Rivers. Quay 66.127,
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neberlsioebefah 61. 197 1
Oxengjine. Lee 65. 9OQf:168. 255 Memo -551-36
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'Z if?-of .rrrr 75 .6 -fi 4. - H f1Qg?orler.'rwull 104i T
.4 . feeling .gxperienced 3 Polls, Annelfa 256 . 2 .
by opponenfs of our vorslfy
football leom. . 4 1
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emf le. .......... eg le. 2.6,
Polk Peggy ss. 41. ea
Pelgeeptleesey zae. 51.453, so
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Pdlfifgf.-DUVHZ1 5. ao. 137..138. 1511, 194.
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Parks. Coriso 255
Pclrlcs. Kely 68. 99. 236
Panel. Tonlo 194 1
Pdrr0?f.1AF'Qlg6 68. 255 I
Poiakebecco 266 ' f
Pq1el.Nlcu es. 154. 155
Poflon. Lonzell 194
Pauley. Harold 66. 79. 194
Poybr. Kolfh 85
Payne. Tlm 25, 27. 28, 33-48. 49. 50.
511.7-56. 57. ev. 167. 173. 194 .
PGGQYQTYLV Jeonle B .
Pecgrcm. Jeanne 8, 104
Pearce. Elk: 194
Pearson. Gerfrude 113
Pemsorvs Homeroom 270
Pegrom. Jeanne 55, 85, 86. 280
P65095 Tim 79 ,I '
Penfecost. Prenllss 195
Peniecosl. Jason 166
Peopies. Charles 67. 147. 236
Pep Club 56
-Pom. Christopher 65. 237
Pough, Charlene- 196 2 4
Dano 50. 53. 57, 136. 137, 164.
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'TPrc:l1, LclTl1olo 59, 85. 196
Presnell, Parry 68. 1196 V
Presley. Enn 57, 65. 154. 155. 172.
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Price. Anmony 65, 496 V
mee. Jaekre 1527,
Pl?lce..Lorelto 105' fr LVLL .
A " Prince, Brenda 65, 237 Q
1Pmee.anee 24. 25. 21. 49. 51. 57. 141.
176. 101. 1:14. nc-2. aoz
Prince. Jeff 27. 26. 32, 33. 48. 49, 54.
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rpucksil, Davld 8, '10, 136, 137. 138,
Purcell. Tony 56. 57. 65. 78. 133.
Purser, Paul 164
Purser, Tony 256' - V if - -
Pilrvli. Sieve 79. 119
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Quaies, IWCHQBI 237
' 137. 237
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weaaey, Fesele es. 237
Rodgers. 'Pl-11. 102. 104
-Rodgers, S6hdfd,261 . 1 f ,I
Rene. Eddie za, ss. av, 1
Rorle.-Tommy 256 6 6
Ldv0filQ 59, 65. 94. 237 1 1
-Rom. Blll.146J2ai.'1, - f
Ross. ce1f111e!54. 55. 90
Ross. Deanna 159. 256
-ROSS' Kym 5Q,g198. 268
Rowell. laeegy- 152, 153
Rowell. Gregory 237 .
Rudlsell. Kevin 80. 137, 198
Ruaalr. rum 65. -85. ao. 257
Russ. Mellssq-37. 55, 74. 85,
me Scol1'19.-126, 1:16, 137. 131147.
173. 198. 7 H
Russell. Shckeeno 256
Ailan 168. 256-
Sick - how you come to
school so you would nol
have lo Toke exams.
Splrll - 'nuf sold. 1'
sealer. Pnllllp 257
Sofewoy Aulo Ports 309
Salem, Rochelle 237
Salisbury. Tommy 21, 257 Z --
Sommons. Lone 16- 107 -
senders. Helene 233
Sanders. Klm 257
Wiwlppliwersdak 202' V L
Vmce. James 260 -
Stevens. Desmo 127
Sfevene' Homefoom 292
Sfeworl. Chcmes 65, 156, 239
Sfewnrf. Dorm 1168 .
Stewart. Dw:iYneA'499. 23102 -. .-
Jann 51376. 72. aes
S?6wGH. Kim 65, 95, 239
Sfewtlrf, Kimberliy' 74. 499
S1'ewnr1, Tknofhy 499
STHUGH LSUUNG 259 2 2 2 1
STihSoh.,Durr6h 80.136, 137. 138,"l40.'
145. 146.450, 190. 259
Scxmoniha BO. 199
Sfirewuli, Meredih 259
Siitf, Darlene 65. 200 V V
igtdnebfoker, Sandy 2,1 36. 65, 239
smvew. scan 230
Stowe. Barrett 259
swwe. Roneffta 243
.Shyaefen Trina 239, 259
grpqxeqand. Tmxqig.-90. 259W A
A stjn of warning to The speed racers In The pafking lor. hgwdenf Cog-X33 14' 46.47 2
senders. Mum 65.90. we, 137, 135.1
448. 150. 164. 2165.216Q,f49sg205:'
Sanders. Nathan 135
Sanderson. Jana 62. 86 1
Surgenif Beverly 125'
saqferwdwsnenn 152.277, 244, 2152--ju 2
Saunders, suave 236 2 . 2 2
Sawyer. Scott 80. 238 '
Sawyer, T.J. 257
SC:h9fXCk. RUSSSII 78
schnoqumqn, odraneysil. 52Q bs, es. egg Q,
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Schrum. Terry CDcfrinj 416. 198
Schqlfz. Lori '257
Schuster. Scott 257, ,
Schwaefs, Sheila 50. 65. 90,
5:15969 :Club ao ' 2 2
science Education 442. 113
scogwws. Paul 238 '
scoff, Bobby 65. 257
Scruggs, Lynn 55, 142.443, wa, 270
Seagioves, Robert 257 2'
'fray 467, 257 2 2
Secrles Seienu 66, 257
senwnghf. use oe, 195
Sachresi, Harry 79,149
seuarsjcavln ws, 2 I 2.
SQUID! OCISS 474. 215
sem: cnpsmg 214. 215
SQSSIODS. Bar? M5 9 .
Sessions. RODBTT 62.263
smepvicm 64, seizes A .2
Sevier. can 62, 6312 55'
Sewciea Book Awdkd 24
Shdfffld, hder 27. 48. 49. 50, 57. 69.
74, we 2
Sharma Neerjc 65 65' 1
. .2 so. 257 5
Shufpe, Amy 2512- .-.. 2 rrrr 2 2
ShG!P6.'WHIlOIh ws 2
Shcugnnessy. Steve 'l6. 45, 422, 426Q
431, 436. 437, 138, 440, 467, 467.
TM. 245 I y 2:
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Si1'1gIeTary.'Sybi1 463. 259
Slpa, Mcushdk. A199 J '
"Sindh Man "A7 32, 33, 209 -
sueage, James 410, 444, 435. 137
Sledge. Valerie 88. 250 A
Sloan. Nicola 243 h 2
Sloan, Tonya, 448. 149
Small. Gero1d,238 V V
Smalllnq. Som 104 - A
Smcrogds. Puyios 641, 451. 259
Smlrh, Angie 6, 17. 23, 27, 48. 69, 50.
'L 55. 90375,-'98, 99. 476, 1947
qoemey F204 A X m
Arfhur L66 9
SmI1h.B6fSY woo, we Li
Smlfhf BI'Qd 63. 259
srnmw, Cmsfcpherksa, 238
sfnmwown- rss, M, as, '23Bf 2
smnn.Derw?c1h 250 1
srmn. Fred 50.238
Smlih, as, 88
smnn, Janice 67. oe
Smlfh, Josepn250. sa. 238. 242
Smith, xauygso .,'7, jf
Smith. KefryV239 m 1.
Srnlth. Lee ea, 109
sf-mn, Lofl ao. 259
Smlwh, Randy 65
smnn, nenea 28,80 h
smmw. megan 239
smnn. snmuei 259
smith. Sondra 117
Smifh, Shawn 259
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Smith. sfqci5a1.e5. 68.'166g229. 239,
Smhh, smcy wo, 304 .977
Tammy sz 239 ,2
Smhh, Taresq 143, 259
Smith. Tracy 90, 259 A
Smith. zelddeme 199 .
Qsmlthey, Andy Q. 66. 69, 72413, 85. 87. 2
447, 4458. 259 f
Snipes. Sharon 499 '
SNDS ond Cuts 96. 98-99. 318
Suddfeih. Sharon 655160. 164, 239.
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SLEHOH. RITG 26. 44, 46, 47, 55.65. 86.
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Suffoh. Toni 65, 68. 239
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Swarm. Ccxfheme 200
Sweimar, Boris 76
Sweiher. Jemlfeg 259
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symanomc ammo. oo 2 2
Teachers - Ieodng cause of
xampnng +2 force' leading
you cuwdvb ffrom campus
everyday for lunch.
Tqduock. Mike 259
Tanrydyr, Terescr526O 2,
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Tcwennar, Kcfhefhe 260 y L
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vrdynorg Kelih 2601 2 2 Q '
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wean. Angeic cs, 240 2 2
Teal, Feucna 240
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200, 277 2 2 '
Thomas. Brion 57, 136, 137, 222, 2-10
Snyder. Cindy as, 255, 259
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snwm, cms 257
snenmcnevnn 432. 134, :ss 2
snefnl. onan9s 257 1
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Shock, Haresu 236
Smoke, Down 65, 88, 257
Shrine Bowl 93. 94
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snue, snon 168, 241.251 . -
shun, Jenn 437, we
shumuxer. Joseph 257
Slbiey, aeoky 55,65,16O. 44.4, 235. 304
Simmons, Connie 257
Simmons. Tyrone 79, B0
Simpson. Adriana 53, 198
Simpson. Duron 238 V
Kim 259 21 ,
SIITKDSOD, MICDQIG 68, 142. 443. 148.
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Simpson, Novels 65
Simpson. Thomas 64. 259
Slrriudfi Sharon 259' A' 1 ,
2slnck:ir. oene 405 2
Sinclair, Toro 259
Slmmtbnryiee 'lG.253, 54, 55. 248, 238
Pamela 68.259 7 ' '
mmmcw 565, 238 2 '
sorrow. sfapnen ob, or, 230
Sophomore Class 244-261
Sosa. Fernando 433, 434
Lciify A259 L
Sosebee. Lance 259
Sowel. Gary 168. 259
Spain. Christlne 65. 259
spam Education 424
Spanos, Ann 107
SDN 25433 h 2
Sports. 498. 206, 208 V
Sproft, Jenny 65, 459, 239
Springer. Keify 259
Springs. Erwin 80, MO, 450. 451
Sayings.. Eric 29. .499
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Sfdey. Laura 259 D
Sfcnnek. Steve 79. 199
Sfanlay. Rlchcvd 68
seams. Iorrimy 23? 7 2
Staten, Lee 80, 437
Sfeeie, James Junior 199
Siegoll, Michelle 259
Stegmeif. Jo 64, 414, 422 h
Sfegmehi. yum: 62. 85,2 1:14, 499
STODhehSi .3617 65. 90, 259.2 1
Stephens. Ruynura 145, 446g 199
Starrett, June 58, 59. M3
Sierreffs Hbmefoom 283
Sievens, Angelo 259 -
Thomas, Donald 260
Tnorfm. Jeff 2 .
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. Terrencdi 65. 260 V
Thompson, Marilyn 54, 109
Thompson, Wiiom 80, 137
Timothy 68, 240 -,
Thompson. David 168. 260
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Allen 16. 79, 436, 437.f7i38.
ma, 156, 470. 200, 204
TWTTGH, Brion 47. 57. 90. 91. 92
TIIYFMCYS. Rodneyi437. 138. 164. 203
Unxbadake. Frbhyz- 65. 90. 200
Tobias, ScorHe2Q00 A
Sfephdnie 448. 149
Todd, Katherine 240
Row 249. 2 2
Townsend. Brooks QUO
rrovns. scoff ao, 220
TITDBTYB. Pcrn ea. 250
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Iroxier, Sonic 2240 7777, m 2
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VUSSUGIG, Potrlcld 201
Tucker. Christopher 204
Tucker. Leah 260
Tucker. Usa 65. 2260
Officer P.J. Anderson ond Tom Asbury fdf-dlbusf.
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Turner. Lobo 107 A
Turner, Suzanne 65, 68,-204
Turner, 'fcmnie 90.2602 A
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Waters, Kehy 65. 240
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WOWB. CNI927, 202
Wedihars, Cheryl 241 9
'Wemherm Lprl' 202 I 2
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whne. senrqq 117. 244
Whlfheid, Eric 241 f " X
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Woer, Moria 260
Wagner. Tonya 240
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Woodland. Treno 65
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Wrighiggsoffron 6-51244 - A
Wyotte Michefle 264
Wycff, Pmsy 65, 72, 73. 463. 261, 295
Wyile. Jessie 125 -
Wyn. Angie 26? - Q
Wynn, Leonmd 137. 202
Wynn. Myra 264
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room wells 1
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during firs? period. .
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in your Q hands Q r '
Yares. Charles 241. 310
' ' ' 'YOYBL CUGHGS 76 "
Young. Denise 202, 264
Young, Jerry 201
Young, MQW 202
Voung. Maurice 241
Young, Ricky 65. 436, 2114
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Greg riowerr, Denise Dyson. orrd cindy lwoae oispioy vrnor is ref? of mer drivirrgcbllifyr
Somehow, I can'T believe The annual is finished. There
were so many Times when I ThoughT iT would never be done.
IT has been an ofTen frusTraTing experience, buT cerTain
people have helped me geT over The rough Times. FirsT of
all, l wanT To Thank my wonderful lvlom and Dad, who puT
up wiTh 7 solid monThs of yearbook supplies being scaTTered
all over The house. Their incredible paTience, kindness, and
help have been invaluable. Also, l wanT To Thank my friends
who undersTood when l could noT go ouT every weekend
wiTh Them. l appreciaTe Their help, especially wiTh carrying
my big green bags! Liz, Thanks for Taking so many greaT
picTures, Tool A big Thanks goes To Those dedicaTed sTaff
members who gave of Their Time and TalenTs To help
produce The annual. We've managed To have some good
Times, Too. Thank you, also, To J. R. Johnson, who managed
To make me laugh in beTween crying spells. l don'T know
how he manages wiTh 2 sTaffsl Thanks, J. R., for your
paTiencel Thanks To everyone for a very valuable
The 76Th ediTion of Snips and Cuts was prinTed by
WalsworTh Publishing Company in Marceline, Missouri.
WalsworTh's paTienT represenTaTive was Mr. Wayne Wolfe.
This 348-page book had a press run of OOO copies wiTh a
Trim size of Q x T2 inches. All Type was seT in AvanT Garde,
AV Bold, and AV lTalics, excepT for BenguiaT Bold and lTalics
on The firsT endsheeT and dividers. Body copy was seT in
TO poinT, headlines in 30 poinT, and capTions in 8 poinT Type.
This book has a weighf of A U2 lbs. each.
SNIPS AND CUTS
ECliTOf -......................... .... L inda Culbertson
Business Manager ...... .,.,,.,,,,, B ill Hartley
LayouT EdiTor .......... .... B onnie Bryant
CODY EOliTOr ............... ..... L isa Corder
PhoTography EdiTor ,,,,,,,,,,, Jeff Lqw
Sporfs ECNTOV .-----.............. ..... D onald BuTler
Underclossmen EdiTor ...... Angie Sfafford
Ind!-BX ECHTOI' ........................................ Jeff Taylor
AdviSOr ............................................. J.R. Johnson
PhoTographers: J. R. Johnson, BeTTy Jones, Pat Land, Kelly Parks, Roble
LayouT and Copy STaff: Kelly Andrews, Deywon Aranf, Terri Blackman,
Madle Bradley, Pam Buffs, Joanle Cherry, Allison Delaney, Llsa Eddlns,
Lisa Furr, Sean Goffs, Donna HuTchIns, Dawn Phelps, Laura Ponder, Angle
MARCELINE MISSOURI UH A
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