Gloucester High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Gloucester, VA)
- Class of 1977
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' IfgisgOTggil CAVALIER GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL GLOUCESTER, VIRGINIA 23061 VOLUME 28 1980-1981 y ' 4 • Juniors Sophom muni lenior Accomplishments Index «‘ " £ » ' • I $ C-S£TV. " .• Si M « y .-5 ' Teachers are People Too! Principal - Don Hirschberg Assistant Principal - Robert Mitchell Assistant Principal - Lee Bush Beth Blake - Mathematics mmm mm mm •sWvVB ' A ' mm msk Diane Allen - Special Education Commander Arntz - NJROTC Ken Bunting - School Psychologist 4 Robert Brown - Science Pat Colosi - English Bob Anderson - Mathematics Manley Blevins — Metal Shop Brian Bergh - Art Martha Borden — Mathematics William Clements — Automotive Mechanics Mary Barns - Special Education 5 Judy Conner - Business Lora Dennis - Foreign Language Stephanie Dover - English Celeste Dudley - English 6 Ann Fary — Math Barbara Feilds — French Karen Flowe — English Regina Foor— English Pam Hern — English Dorothy Horn — History f Gloria Howard — Cosmetology V Kenny Hinton — History 7 Stanely Howard - Secretary Ann Hutchinson - English Beth Hugate - English Lew Lawerence — Drafting and Physics Larry Johnson - Physical Education Mary Kaylor - Mathematics Nancy Keenan - Guidance Sue Isner - Science Harry Lloyd — Band Linda Lemasters — Business Joy Long — Government Ronnie Magoon — Business 9 James Newton — Industrial Arts Rachel Paulson — Math Nan Pointer — Guidance John Raynes — English Paula Revere — English Robert Riggan — Business Gayle Richards Secretary 10 WM! Bessie Berry — Librarian Yvonne Spriggs — Occu. Foods Nick Spano — Math 11 Vivian Simmons - Cosmetology Mary Swihart - Mathematics Bernice Thomas - Guidance Glenith Whitaker - English Mary Windley - Mathematics Warren Zuger - History Language (front row) Delores Hunter, Verlene Montague, Racheal Soesbee, Lolita Williams, Virginia Steele, Ann Jones (back row) Bonnie Wilson, Majorie Truitt, Faye Coates - Cafeteria Staff 12 Candid Seniors Danny McCloud, working on just one more term paper. Jaylin Leonard, class secretary, flashes a smile for the photographer. In the Child Care Center Brenda Lewis, Angela Greene, and Cheryl Dutton prepare for a career one way or the other. Kathy Daniel prepares for a career in the secretarial field. » •St 14 Senior Activities The Senior Class officers are Eileen Ed¬ monds, Brenda Jessen, Jaylin Leonard, and Carolyn Clark. This year they have planned and carried out the Powder Puff football game, sent flowers and cards to Seniors and teachers who have been in the hospital, and they have formed the Senior Ski Club. Some plans for the future are to have a Senior photo of the class in the shape of an “ 81 ”, a gift for the school, and a Teachers-vs-Seniors volleyball game. Mrs. Nan Pointer, Senior Class sponsor, always has a smile for anyone coming into her office. Mr. Don Sandridge is also a sponsor. Showing a little lunch enthusiasm are Thelma Dease, Donna Pratt, Beth Knight, Doatie Knapp, Cindy Foor, Lynn Hall, and Jeff Lopez. Guy Price knows that lunch is best when it comes from home. Government is a favorite when you have Mr. Lewis. 15 1 — In More Ways Than One Lisa Williams, Pam West, and Marcine Brown show that school isn ' t all that bad. Ross Gambill knows that research is no fun, but you learn a lot. Can you guess what presidential candidate Mark Micklos and Richard Isner wanted in office? Gray Smith, Valerie Sidney, Jaylin Leonard, and Ronnie Sterling make Spanish IV a group project. Who will hold the walls up when Mike Myers leaves? Holly White, Heather Arnold, Sherry Hypes, and Kathy Daniels are always waiting; waiting for school to be let out. 16 Lee B. Aldrich Heather Anne Arnold Laura Jeanne Allen Roy S. Barefoot Richard G. Bass Sylvia R. Bass Frances Batchelor Scott Eric Beckwith Kenneth Harden Blake Susan Gayle Blake Eddie Lynwood Blevins James Olen Blevins Janis L. Blevins Anthony Lee Blow Linda G. Bostic Rebecca M. Bowman I 17 Debbie J. Brake Douglas K. Bristow Anne Carter Brown Betty A. Brown Dayna L. Brown Jess A. Brown Marcine Lyn’ne Brown M. Scott Brown Thomas Howard Brown Eric Lee Byrd Brenda Dawn Campbell Steven Charles Carmine William G. Carmine Jeff Eugene Carrington Micheal E. Carter Nina Gail Carter liliHHIIOT ■ i ———■ 18 Suzanna Marie Cartwright Dove Cazier Carolyn Marie Clark Frank Wade Clarkson Elizabeth A. Clements Noah D. Clifton Carla Marlena Colon Sherri Lynn Constransitch Howard P. Cook Raymond A. Cook Nathaniel R. Cook Ellen Dale Cooper Patricia L. Cottee Timothy Glen Coulson Martin Robert Cox Danny Lee Croswell 19 Cynthia Marie Crump Bradford Dame Denise Lorene Dame Katherine B. Daniel Alan R. Darnell Carlos D. Davis Steven Edward Davis Douglas M. DeForge Franklin J. Drew John Curstis Dunlap Cheryl Ann Dunston Cheryl A. Dutton Sherri Lee Eason Evie Kaye Easter Eileen Celeste Edmonds Valerie Lynne Ellis 20 HHni ■H Rebecca Gale Evans Beverly Lynn Fary William A. Field Ray McClure Fite III William N. Fletcher Cynthia E. Foor Veronica Foster Mark E. Fowler Pamela J. Freeman Susan Lynn Garnand Margaret Patricia Gaskins Danny H. Gay Vickie L. Gerhardt Paul J. Gibson Deloris Ann Gilley Michael C. Gooding 21 Angela F. Greene Darwin Jean Grimes Carolyn Anne Gumaer Karen E. Haley Rita F. Hall Valeria L. Hall Laura Julia Handy Angela F. Hardy Emily Martin Hargis Timothy Scott Harper Joyce Rae Harris Robin Moon Harris Teresa Glen Harris Robert A. Harwood Cheryl Ann Haynes Stephen L. Haywood 22 John William Hendrix Kristie Lynn Hirv Toni Lynn Hodges John L. Hogan Deborah Lynn Hogge Luella Beth Hogge Paula Gail Hogge Rene B. Hogge Winifer Frazee Hogge Michael James Holland John F. Honeycutt David Russell Horsley Natalie Gail Horsley Dora Howlett Kenneth R. Howlett Cynthia A. Hudgins 23 Judith Lynn Hungate John M. Hunt Sherry Lyn Hypes Emily Simone Ippolito Richard Gerhart Isner Lalita J. Jackson Vincent G. Jackson Andrew Vincent Jenkins Bonnie Lynn Jenkins Theresa Dale Jenkins Jackson A. Jenkins Jr. Brenda Kay Jessen Angela M. Johnson Sally Lynn Jones Sylvia L. Jones Douglas M. Kennedy 24 Charles B. King William H. Kirtley Doaty Elaine Knapp James Lenarod Kopsch Richard C. Kruczek Victor F. Kruczek Paul J. Lang Kelvin E. Larrimore Stacy Wayne Laws James E. Leigh Jaylin Paige Leonard Robert W. Leppin Curtis Virgile Lett III Brenda Faye Lewis Barbara Gale Lilly Kevin M. Lipscomb 25 Barbara Lynn Lollis Jeffrey Dean Lopez Darrell Dwayne Manning Brenda S. Marshall Ronald K. Martin David John Mazzarese Danny Ray McCloud Steven Todd Meade Mark A. Micklos Barbara C. Millen Brenda G. Millen June S. Millen Elizabeth Powell Miller Michelle Mitchell Scott Moore Reinaldito Morales-Conner 26 Susan Blair Morgan Susan Lynne Morgan Janet L. Mullis George Michael Myers Kimberly Anne Myles Cheryl Annette Newton Celestine B. Norman Langston Keith Olivis Jill E. Owens Michael E. Owens Yolanda A. Paige Patricia M. Parham Laurie Lee Peebles David Amedee Pouchot Julie Trent Pratt Toni Yavonne Randall 27 mmssmmsmk Delia Collins Ray Kenneth D. Redcross Terri Nadel Redcross Stacia Lee Rohrbach Gordon Eugene Rife Linda Gale Rilee Russell E. Robinson Carolyn L. Rowe Darlene Rowe Mark Rowe Tina Marie Rowe Michelle Savage Tia L. Sessions Betty Louise Setterholm Glenn Michael Shearouse Allen Keith Shelton mf mIHI vjf A .a ML in - -- jr mLA m RL JSf U 1 28 Valeri Ruth Sidney Richard Lee Sindle Thalma Lucienne Siqueira Ronnie Dean Skinner Joyce F. Smith Linda Jean Smith Linda Lilly Smith Mary Gray Smith Timothy B. Smith James E. Spencer Kevin E. Spencer Robert Keith Spruill Michael Scott Stanbrook Burnell Wayne Steele Jr. Ronald Wayne Sterling Hal B. Stokes I 29 mmssmmm mm Irene R. Summers Kate Cassidy Sweeney Ronald Tappan Cheryl A. Thompson Mark R. Thrift Jeffery T. Tolefson Dana Virginia Trio Sonya Marie Tucker Melanie J. Walthall Sharon Gail Walton Kathy Ann Ward Michael Anthony Ward Sherri Lynn Ward Barry Gaylord Wass Charles Curtis Watson Charles C. Wesley 30 I Bernadette May West Carolyn Jeanette West David W. West Nancy Marie West Patricia Gail West Patricia Lynne West Sharon West Holly White Pamela Denise White Deborah A. Whiting Joyce A. Whiting Phillip E. Williams Phyllis Ruth Williams Freddie M. Willis John T. Willis Erick Wilson a 31 Janet Ann Wilson David W. Woerner Wanda Kay Wolfe Alan Gregory Wood David Nelson Wood Gary M. Woodson Trilvia A. Wyatt Melodie Loretta Young Valerie Ellis is getting a scoop on politics. Mark and Micheal model for Mademoiselle. 32 Senior Accomplishments Lee Butterfield Aldrich — Beta Club 11-12, National Jr. Honor Society 1979 member Tidewater Scholas¬ tic Team, Varsity Tennis Team, 4-H, AFS, Who’s Who Laura Jeanne Allen — 11 FBLA, 11 VICA, 12 VICA Heather Anne Arnold — Beta 11-12, Science Club 9- 11, Drama 10, 12, Music 9, Chorale 10, Madrigals 11-12, VICA 10, Pep Club 11, AFS 11-12 Roy Steven Barefoot — Football, FFA, Weightlifting Nancy Whitehead Basta — S.C.A. 9, Madrigals 11, AFS 10-11, D’Otisingers 11, FBLA 11 Frances Batchelor — Beta Club 11-12, Who’s Who 11, 12, Rifle Team 12, Color Guard 10, 11, AFS 11, 12, Science Club 9, 10, Guidance Assistance 12 Scott Eric Beckwith — “Skooter” Played Piano for 7 years Kenneth Harden Blake — Art II Susan Gayle Blake — AFS 10-12, SCA 9-11, Beta 11, 12, Who’s Who 11, Girls’ State 11, Spanish Assistant 12 Eddie Lynwood Blevins — Marching Band 9-10, Concert Band 9-10, AFS 12, Forensics 12, Who’s Who 12, NJROTC 12 James Olen Blevins — “Jimmy” Science Clubs 9- 10, Vision Staff 9, FFA 9, Chorale 12 Janis LaVinia Blevins — “Lou” Vision, Staff, Dukes Dispatch Anthony Lee Blow — “Tony” Football, Wrestling, “A” in Mrs. Long’s Gov’t class Rebecca Margarette Bowman — “Becky” Science Club 10-11 W Debby J. Brake — Softball 10, VICA 10-12, FHA 9, Science Club 9 Douglas Kevin Bristow — FFA, Beta Anne Carter Brown — FBLA 12, Pep Club 9 Dayne Lee Brown — Tennis 10-12, Beta 11, 12, : Drama 11, 12, AFS 12 I Dolly Marie Brown — VICA 11, 12, FHA 9 Jessie Alan Brown — Wrestling Marcine Lynne Brown — “Cinny” Pep Club, Cheer¬ leader, HERO, French Club Mintree Scott Brown — 4-H 9-10, Newspaper 9, VICA 10 Eric Lee Byrd — Became a senior, Who’s Who, AFS 12 Brenda Dawn Campbell — Lib. Asst. 11 Steven Charles Carmine — “Chigar” Wrestling 10, AFS 9-12, VICA 9-12 Jeffrey Eugene Carrington — Football 10-12, Beta, Who’s Who Nina Gail Carter — “Gardenia” Beta, Who’s Who, Cross Country, Powder Puff 12 Susanna Marie Cartwright — “Suzy” Newspaper 9- 11, Drama 9 Christine Marie Caviness — “Moose” VICA 10-12 Carolyn Marie Clark — AFS, Beta, Field Hockey 11, 12, Track 9, 10 Frank Wade Clarkson — “Wigs” Madrigals Elizabeth Annette Clements — Art Club 10-11 Mark Franklin Clements — Soccer 10-12, Track 11- 12, Science Club 9-10, AFS 12 Sherri Lynn Constransitch — Art Club, Literary Mag¬ azine Howard P. Cook — Forensics, Science Club 9-12, Drama 12, Interact 12, Debate 12, AFS 12, SCA 9- 12, NJROTC, Band 9-10 Ellen Dale Cooper — Tennis 9-12, AFS 9-12, Cheer¬ leading 9-12, SCA 11, Yearbook 10, 11 Timothy Glen Coulson — “Tim” Soccer 9, 10, 12, AFS 12, Party 9-12 Martin Robert Cox — Fencing 12, Yearbook 11-12, Science Club 9-11 Danny Lee Croswell — “Croswell” VICA 11, 12, Drama Club 9-12, Light Crew 10-12 Denise Lorene Dame — Cheerleader, Powder Puff, Who’s Who Peter Randall Danforth — Passed 9, 10, 11 Grade Allan Russell Darnell — “Big Al” FFA 9-11 Steven Edward Davis — “Disco” AFS 12, Science Club 10 Thelma Frances Dease — “Emy-Lou” Chorale 10- 11, AFS, FBLA Franklin Joseph Drew — “Red” Born Living John Curtis Dunlap — Soccer 10-12, VICA 11, Party 9-12 33 Cheryl Ann Dunston — Cheerleader 9, VICA 11, 12, Office Assistant 12, Cosmetology I, II, Parking Lot Officer 10 Cheryl Ann Dutton — Newspaper, FHA, HERO Sherri Lee Eason — FBLA 11-12 Evie Kaye Easter — Track 9, 4-H 9, Chorale 9-12 Valerie Lynn Ellis — “Val” Basketball 9-12, Softball 11, Drama 9, Pep Club 9-12, Who’s Who, SCA 12, Women’s Choir 12 Rebecca Gale Evans — “Becky” FHA, HERO Beverly Lynn Fary — AFS 10-12, SCA 10, 11, VICA 11, 12, Yearbook 11 Ray McClure Fite III — “Mack” Auto Mechanics III William Nelson Fletcher — “Billy” Boys’ State, Soc¬ cer, Beta 11, 12, AFS 11, Who’s Who 12, Boy Scouts 9-12 Cynthia Elaine Foor — “Cindy” Cheerleading 9-11, Forensics 9-12, AFS 9-12, Pep Club 9-11, Chorale 11-12, Madrigals 12, Tennis 10-12 Jerry Lee Foster — FFA, 4-H, Tennis Veronica Charlene Foster — “Ronnie” Hero, Pep Club, Basketball, AFS, Softball John Ross Gambill — Band 9 Susan Lynn Garnand — FBLA, AFS Margaret Patricia Gaskins — “Maggie-Goggit,” Madrigals 10-11, D’Otis 10-12, SCA 11-12, AFS 10, 12, Powder Puff 11-12 Vickie Lynn Gerhardt — Track 10, FBLA 11, 12, Who’s Who Deloris Ann Gilley — “D.D.” VICA 11,12, Beta 11-12 Micheal Carter Gooding — “Mickle the Pickle” For¬ ensics, Tennis, Soccer, AFS, Drama Club, Madrigals, D’Otisingers Joseph F. Grabenstetter — “Joe” Soccer 9 Angela Faye Greene — “Moses” Field Hockey, FBLA, HERO, Pep Club, Miss Field Hockey Darwin Jean Grimes — “Jeannie” Pep Club, FHA 10, Hero 11, 12, Chorus Carolyn Anne Gumaer — Drama Club 11, 12, FHA, Hero Karen Elizabeth Haley — SCA 12, AFS 10-12, Madri¬ gals 11, 12, Chorale 10, D’Otisingers 12 Rita Faye Hall — Flag Team 9-11, FBLA 10-12, Newspaper 10-11, FHA 9, 10, AFS 9, 10 Valerie Lynne Hall — Cheerleading 10, 11, AFS 10- 12, Newspaper 9, 10, Chorale 10-12 Dallas Scott Hamrick — 12 years of school, VICA 11, 12, Partying 9-12 Laura Julia Handy — “Julie” VICA 10-12 Emily Martin Hargis — Yearbook 9, 10, AFS 9-12, Beta Club, Newspaper 9, Cheerleader 10 Timothy Scott Harper — “Stim” PLSD 9-12, VICA 11-12 Joyce Rae Harris — SCA 9-11, FBLA 11-12, FHA 9 Robin Moon Harris — VICA Teresa Glen Harris — VICA 9-12, Science Club 9 Thomas Beauregard Hayman — “Tom” Drama 9- 12, Newspaper 9-12 Cheryl Ann Haynes — Drama 9, Cosmetology 11, 12, VICA 11, 12, Partying 9-12 James Leo Helbig — Football John William Hendrix — AFS 9-12, Who’s Who, Soc¬ cer 12 Kristie Lynn Hirv — AFS 10-12, Who ' s Who 12, Beta 11, 12, Newspaper 12, Chorale 10 Toni Lynn Hodges — Pep Club 9-11, Hero, Newspa¬ per 11, AFS 12 John Ladson Hogan — “Johnny” Football 9-12, FFA 9-10, AFS 12, Chorale 11, 12 Deborah Lynn Hogge — “Debbie Cakes” Marching Band 9-12, Concert Band Drum Major 12 Luella Beth Hogge — Chorale 10-11, Home Ec. 10, Child Care 11-12 Paula Gail Hogge — Cheerleader 9, SCA 9-11, AFS 12, Powder Puff 12 Winifer Frazee Hogge — “Wendy” Cheerleader 9- 11, Pep Club 9-11, SCA 11, AFS 11, Chorale 11 Micheal James Holland — “Mike” Soccer 9-12, Golf 9-11 Robert Wesley Holland — “Buckweaver” Live in an “A” frame house in the woods and plays pro football Natalie Gail Horsley — SCA 9-12, Cheerleader 9-12, AFS, Drama, Who’s Who, Chorale, Newspaper David John Horton — Drama Club Judith Lynn Hungate — “Judy” Science Club 11, FBLA John Morgan Hunt — Wrestling, VICA, Yearbook, AFS Sherry Lynn Hypes — “Ga-Ga” Class Treasurer 11, Science Club 9-10, FBLA Pres. 12 34 Emily Simone Ippolito SCA 11, 12 VICA 10-12, AFS 11, 12, Beta Club, Science Club, Richard Gerhart Isner - Who’s Who, Boys ' State Theresa Dale Jenkins — FBI Brenda Kay Jessen — “B.J” SCA 9, 10, Junior Class Vice President, Senior Ciass Vice President SaHy Lynn Jones — Beta 11, 12, Vica 4j}re£ident 12 Elizabeth Powell Miller — Field Hockey 11, 12, AFS 11, 12, Chorale 10, Madrigals 11, D’Otis 12, Foren¬ sics 12, Who’s Who 12, SCA 9-11 Reinaldo Morales — “Dito” Photography Editor 9- 11, Newspaper 9-12, OUR TOWN 12 Susan Blair Morgan — AFS 10-12, Beta 11, 12, Year¬ book 11, 12, SCA 11, Who’s Who, Color Guard 11 Janet Lynn Muliis — Bible Club 9-11 Douglas M. Kennedy — use Charles Burke King — Foot Who’s Who, Class Pres, 9, AFS William Hamilton Kirtley AFS 12, Boys’ State Doaty Elaine Knapp — “Doe 12, Cheerleader 10, Choral Club 10, Yearbook 10 James Leonard Kopsch — ‘ s ■ . -V-, ,,, ’ - ,. Victor Frank Kruzek — Soc - Foot Stacy Wayne Laws r -?A • It, .• - ’ assistant George Michael Myers — Football 9, 10, Fencing 11, Kimberly Anne Myles — AFS 11, 12, SCA 10, 12, Wrestling 9-12, Beta ' ll! 12 Cheryl Annette Newton — ' AFS 10-12, Chorale 10, etball 10, FHA 9, Field Hockey 11, 12, Track 10, Madrigals 11, Forensics 12 vV- : e Club 9, Drama 1 ep Mm Jill Elaine Owens —‘Chorale 11, FBLA 10-11, AFS 11, Flag Team 9 Edward Guy Pr ltliftirtg i o W 9-11, FFA 10, FBLA mm. 0 AFS 12, SCA 12 Terri Sybil Pultz — Cheerleader 9, Field Hockey 10- 12, AFS 10-12, Who’s Who, Drama, Track, Tennis sndali — Bible Club 9-10, FBLA 11, V. ' Newspaper 10, FBLA 11,12 Team 9, VICA 10 retary, Science Club li Yavor SCA 9sjj |, - j BT b j „ v 1 Delia Collins Ray —- Girls’ State, Gymnastics 10-11, Hockey 9-12, AFS 9-12, SCA 10, BETA 11,12 ’ AFS Terri Nadel Redcross —- AFS, SCA 9-12, Yearbook Editor 11,12, Pep Club 9-12, Drama 10-12, Chorale 2, AFS 10-12, SCA President, Drama Club Reporter, Forensics Club, I Virgil Lett ill — Baseball 9-12, Wrestling -2 _ Wm , 12 Eugene Rife — Football 9, FFA, VICA Edward Riggan — Chess Club, SCA, Drill Team Rilee — VICA Robinson — “Spiderman” Basketball 10- , Pep Club 9-12 tacie Lee Rohrbach — Majorette 9-12, AFS 12, Barbara Gale Lily — Yearbook 12, AFS 11, 11 Jeffrey Dean Lopez — Debate 9-12, Jazz Band 9-12, Who’s Who 12,4-H 9-12 Marching Bar d 9-11, AFS 10-12, Pep Band 9-11, Hands Mark Rowe — Beta, Wrestling Forensics 11 Rowe — “Tinker” Drill Team 10-11, 9-12, Pep Club 9-11, FBLA 11, Sci¬ ence Club 10-11, Who’s Who 11, 12 irtin — " Ronnie " VICA, Hall roamer Michelle Savage — HERO, FBLA — Football 9-12, Wrestling 10. Betty Louise Setterholm — “Bad Luck” FBLA 11, ' 2, Madrigals 11-12 12, Office Assistant 11, 12 Choir 9, $ C T — Newspaper 10 s 10, Madri- Allen Keith Shelton — Football 9, FFA 10 12, AFS 12 Valeri Ruth Sidney — Hockey 9-12, Gymnastic 12, SCA 10-11, Track 10, Who’s Who 11 Beta 1 , 10 - Richard Lee Sindle — Football, Baseball, SCA, Who’s Who, AFS 12 Thalma Lucienne Siqueira — AFS student from BRA¬ ZIL Linda Jean Smith — Pep Club 9, Beta 11, 12, AFS 12, Science Club 9 Linda Lilly Smith — FBLA 11 Mary Gray Smith — AFS 12 Robert Keith Spruill — Math Club 9, Soccer 10 Micheal Scott Stanbrook — FFA 9-12, Science Club 9-10, Football 9 Burnell Wayne Steele — Football, FFA, Wrestling, Soccer, VICA Ronald Wayne Sterling — Science Club 9, Wrestling 9-12, Beta 11, 12, Who’s Who, SCA, AFS 12 Charles G. Stokes — “Jerry” FFA, Drama 12, Tennis Club, SCA 9 Mark Raines Thrift — “Swift Thirft” Baseball, Soc¬ cer Dana Virginia Trio — “Duckie” Beta 11, 12, Loving Mike Longest Sonya Marie Tucker — Newspaper, Track, AFS 12, Yearbook 12, Science Club, 12, Who’s Who 11 Melanie Jo Walthall — Chorale 10, Madrigals 11-12, AFS 10-11, Science Club 9, SCA 10-12, Yearbook 9 Sharon Gail Ward — FBLA 11, 12 Kathy Ann Ward — Art Club Treasurer Michael Anthony Ward — “Moose” Football 10, Soccer 9-12 Sherri Lynn Ward — Cheerleader 9-11, Track 9, AFS 9-11, Chorale 11, AFS 12 Barry Gaylord Wass — Tennis 9-12, SCA 9, AFS 9- 10, Who’s Who Bernadette May West — Band 9, 11, Madrigals 12, AFS 11, 12, SCA 9, 10, 12, Who’s Who, My Love for John Carolyn J eanette West — Band 9, 10, Science Club 10, FBLA 11, Yearbook 12, Flag Team 12 Nancy Marie West — SCA 12, FlagTeam 12, Science Club 9-11, FBLA 11-12 Pamela Gail West — FBLA 9, 10, SCA 12, VICA 11, 12 Patricia Gail West — FHA, Pep Club 9-11, FBLA 11- 12 Holly White — Flag Team Pamela Denise White — French Club 9, Newspaper 9, 10,Track 9-11, Madrigals 12, Who’sWho 11 Lisa D. Williams — SCA 9-12, Office Assistant 11 Phillip Edward Williams — Soccer Team 9-11, Cho¬ rale 11,12 Phyllis Ruth Williams — FHA 11, FBLA 11, Pep Club 10 Erick Wilson — “Midnight Funker” FFA, Pep Club Janet Ann Wilson — Hero 11, 12, FHA 11 David Wayne Woener — Newspaper 12, Drama Assistant, Anita Gary Micheal Woodson — AFS 9-11, Football 9-11, SCA 9, Spanish Club 9-11, O.D. 12 Melodie Loretta Y oung — VICA STUDENT SOCIABLE Just ' cuz Jaylin, Gray, Ellen, Valerie, an Terri are seniors, that doesn’t allow them to skip class. Dennie Fyfe in the latest Duke The man of every girls dream - Mr. Wonderful fashion of 1980-81. himself, Kermit the Frog. Bob Harris. “Gloucester High’s Soul Man.’’ Mark Fowler gets another good progress report for the second time in ? years. Charlotte Kemp wonders why everyone is standing up. 38 CIRCLES Ronnie Sterling appears to be overjoyed by a classroom discussion. Kevin Stokes is defin itely ready for lunch. Sophomores seem to be wondering about their bird. Julie Pratt awaits her ‘‘Mr. Wonderful.” Carla Thomas portrays an inno¬ cent cheerleader. Steve Banks and Steve Bland seem to be all thumbs. 39 Homecoming Spirits Are ... In spite of the rain, Homecoming was a great success this year. The Gloucester Dukes beat the York Falcons in a close game of 7 to 6 and really made the day. The freshmen won the best float and were followed by the seniors; the sophomores came in third, and juniors took fourth place. All of the floats held up beautifully in spite of the rain. Julie Pratt was crowned Homecoming Queen, and she was escorted by Ricky Boothe. Marlena Colon was Maid of Honor and was escorted by Randy Hogge. Brenda Jessen was the Senior At¬ tendant. She was escorted by Hank VanGieson. Terry Lewis was the Junior Attendant and her escort was Jay Hogge. Bette Ewell was Sophomore Attendant. Bette was escorted by Timmy Marshall. The Freshman Attendant was Christy Horsley. Paul White escorted Christy. 5 . A . . x Julie Pratt sits calmly through the parade unaware Marlena Colon, Maid of Honor, rides in style, that she is to be selected as Homecoming Queen. Brenda Jessen and Hank VanGieson ' s spirits were bright during half-time festivities. “Astonished " might sum up the feelings of Homecoming Jay Hogge appears overjoyed for Terry Queen, Julie Pratt, and her escort, Ricky Boothe. Lewis, the 1980 Junior attendant. The spirits of 1980 Sophomore Attendant, Bette Ewell, were not Christy Horsley, 1980 Freshman Attendant, “suffered” through the rain to dampened by the rain. represent her class. 40 UNDAMPENED The performance of G.H.S. marching band and squads was excellent in spite of the rain. Travis Thompson was one of many who performed under difficult circumstances. Debbie Hogge conducts the band during halftime. Janis Burse catches a ride on the local fire engine. Foreign exchange, Thalma Siqueira is from Brazil. As one of the freshman mourners, Lee Davis rides along in the parade. 41 1980; A VICTORIOUS 42 HOMECOMING Things are looking up for Jeff Carrington. Another super Glouchester tackle by Steve Bland. Who’s more interested - Coach Shell or Steve Banks? ? Introducing the latest fashions in keeping dry!! An umbrella on a night like this attracts all Doug Ambrose looks on in amazement, sorts of friends. 43 Buttoned Up for the Rain JROTC students presented the halftime colors. “Flushed” into second place were the Seniors. Kim Myles’s theme for the game was “Twirling in The Dukes killed the bird and the Freshmen buried it. the Rain.” Steve Barefoot and Danny McCloud present the Homecoming attendants “Rain Drops Keep Falling” on the band, with flowers and showers. 44 at the 1980 halftime Homecoming game The game was hot and the bird was shot. Mrs. Cooper, author of " Pluck That Bird,” carries her enthusiasm into the game. . . . and the band played on in spite of the rain. After halftime ended, the attendants switched their attention to the game. 45 WE CAPTURE IT 46 ALL WITH BUTTONS 47 1980 CHRISTMAS Mr. Spano’s mind is on something other than practice for the Christmas Mr. Loyd has the upper hand in directing the band, assembly. Jerry Bell demonstrates his artistic ability at making noise. The teachers reveal an intense concentration on their performance in the assembly. Will Richards seems to find a humorous side in every situation. 48 ASSEMBLY Travis ' ' Peanut” Thomas gives us his sexiest pose. Bob Harris seems to have attracted an in¬ terested listener, Eileen Edmonds. Tammy Myers marvels at her first High School Christmas assembly. On stage it ' s all smiles, but behind the curtains, Howard Cook, Brian Sharp, and Mike Gooding are caught with a look of concern. 49 Rings add a touch of... Pamphlets and stones are seen in the display case for several weeks to help students choose the type of rings that they wanted. On December 6, 1980, the long awaited class rings were presented to the Juniors who at¬ tended the Ring Dance. The music was provided by “Powerplay.” This year the class president, Stephanie Rouse, and Vice President, Steve Banks, call¬ ed the names of the Juniors to pick up their rings. After the Ring Ceremony, there was a special dance for Juniors and their dates. After the rings were accepted the " turning” began. Each ring is to be turned 81 times and then on the day of graduation the final turn number 82, is saved for that special person. Turning the ring the 82nd time ends many memorable moments of the final years of high school. VrwSva Cut IBB ' w j I i t (SISl ' ssli Members of Powerplay entertain the crowd at the ring dance. The music was enjoyed by everyone. Charlotte Kemp and her date, David Panchionson, smile as they watch the ring ceremony. John Walters waits anxiously while a mysterious hand turns his ring. 50 “Class” to the Juniors Cheryl Thompson gives Steve Banks a sly look when he tries to get her attention at the ring dance. Derek Bond and Marletha Ransom pose elegantly for the photographer. Heidi German and Kenny Groom watch the ring dance ceremonies from a corner table with a great view. Teresa Lyeth and her date from West Point, Ralph Saunders, were too smart to let the photographer get by without giving him a smile. 51 In Memory of... In the memory of Charles J. Adams and Kenneth J. Harris, Jr., who died in an automobile accident on November 8, 1980. They will be sincerely missed by the students and the faculty at Gloucester High School. In the memory of Ernest Sowers, Jr., who died in an automobile acci¬ dent on January 17,1981. Ernie will be missed by the students and faculty at Gloucester High School. Life is so short for us, That we carelessly take challenges Beyond our ability. Some challenges are small enough to conquer Yet we sometimes get defeated, In our goal to remain forever. When the time comes for our defeat, We fight but have to relent. After we have gone, we are not forgotten, But cherished and given a special place, In the hearts of our survivors. P. Trainham 52 JUNIORS CLASS OF “82”... PROUD CROWD Doug Ambrose Harry Atwell Ruth Bachner Joan Baines Terri Baldwin Steve Banks Doris Bartlett Jenette Bartosewicz Ruth Beauchemin " I don’t care how good they are Kathy, I don ' t eat flies! " Sherry Belvin Anthony Berry Ernest Billups Virginia Birdsall Steve Bland t 7 Robin Bogue Connie Bohannon Derek Bond Regina Bonniville Jim Boothe George Bradshaw Blaine Bradford Kelli Brewer Terry Bright Kathy Bristow 54 Jeff Brown Althea Burrell Allen Byrd Stacy Carmine Barbara Coates Tony Cook Stacy Brown Janice Burse Chris Call Rachael Carr Rhonda Cobbs Charles Cook Tricia Brown Gay Butler Angela Carmine Suzanna Cerny Ed Chapman Steve Clements David Cochran Catherine Cook Mervin Cook Randall Coons Yvonne Corbin Tony Colson 55 JUNIORS ARE HEADED ... Ricky Davis David Dea Dawn Debolt Cindy Dikerson Lisa Dixon Barbara Drew Jill Drews Joan Driver Kenneth Dudly Sylvia Dutton Kristi Edwards Mark Eley Jeff Elkins Shirley Ellis Cynthia Emory Doug Evans Rosemary Evans Scott Fanning Debbie Ford Shell French Dennis Fyfe Brett Garnett Katherine Gaultney Heidi German 56 " Parton me, my name is George, Dolly’s little brother.” Glen Gootee Chris Green Connie Greene Denise Greene William Greene Helen Griffin Tammy Griffith Roberta Grow Susan Gumaer John Gay Robin Hall Stephanie Hall Denise Hamilton Duane Hansford Randy Harper Donald Harrell Kenny Harris Kim Harris Bob Harris Tammy Harris Virginia Harris Darlene Haywood Becky Haywood Mitchel Haywood 57 STRAIGHT TO THE TOP! Jenette Helbig Richard Hendrix Teresa Hill Brian Hiser 3rian Hodges Brenda Hogge Dana Hogge Jeff Hogge Laura Hogge Mary Hogge Michelle Hogge Steve Hogge Flip Honaker Robert Hornsby Anita Horsley Dana Hudgins Janice Hunt Tom Hunter Chrystal Jackson Sherri Jackson Willie Jackson Marsha Jenkins Paula Jenkins Wanda Jenkins 58 Charles Johnson Kevin Kaylor Hilda Keats Charlotte Kemp Mary King Nancy King Margret Kirkland Beth Lamos Peter Lang Mark Larkin David Lawson Darnell Lee Kimberly Lee Towanda Lee Frank Lehman Terry Leigh Terri Lenz Kristi Leonard Terri Lewis Tommy Lewis Carlton Lockley Caroline Lyerly Teresa Lyeth Rusty Mabry 59 Christine Maggard Ken Manning Tim Manning Jeff Margason John Martin Kathy Martin Lisa Martin Gary McFerrin Sharon McFerrin Bessie McCoy Estella McKoy John Meyer Donna Meyers John Meyers David Miller Dorthy Miller Sammy Mills Cathy Moore Bard Morgan Joy Morris Barbara Morton John Myers Long Nguyen Kathy Nuttall “Maybe if I twitch my lip she’ll notice me! " (Mike Larkin) 60 Lisa Oliver Mary Oliver Jimmy O ' Reilly Wendy Paige David Panchision Dale Payne Selena Phelps Teresa Phelps Lina Pimental Donna Pratt Larry Rilee Sheila Rilee Glenn Robins Cathy Reid Mary Rigler Bernie Quattlebaum Denise Randall Lisa Randall Hammie Rowe Jean Rowe Brian Salley Lisa Scarborough George Schaeffer Jay Schaumleffel DUKES PRIDE IS COMING THROUGH ... 61 Tom Schuster Joe Scott Stanely Scott Pam Shackelford Bill Shackelford Tripp Shannon Brian Sharp Will Sharp Teresa Simpson Susan Sindle Tanya Slade Jennifer Sloan Cindy Smith Lee Smith Mar ' anne Smith Marsha Smith Tim Snow Samantha Sparks Kenny Spencer Ronald Spencer Timmy Steele Michelle Stewart Rachel Stewart Patricia Stokes “Who says my right side isn’t my best side?” (Sharon McFerrin) 62 Reggie Stokes Melissa Sutton Mark Swihart Sharon Taliaferro Darcy Terry Frances Thomas Kathy Thomas Shirly Thomas Barry Thomasson Archie Thompkins Shelley Thorton Jeff Tolefson Sarah Tolley Pam Trainham Sandra Tucker Bobby Tucker Roberta Vosburgh Cindy Walker John Walters James Ward Marvin Washington Michelle Washington Dana Weirich Karen West WITH THE CLASS OF ’82!! 63 Bernard West Gene West Richard Wheeler Leslie Whitacre Margie White Vivian White Jean Whiting Diane Whitly Robin Wiggins Carol Williams Judy Williams Lori Williams Lisa Williams Paula Williams Stud Wilson Robert Wilson Sandra Wolfe (James Ward in an uncomfortable position) “Can I move yet?” “School is so exciting these days . . (Lisa Williams) Mary Wood Linda Yavorsky Trey Young John Zwerner Steve Zwerner 64 Another exciting day in shop! (Leslie Whitacre) Jimmy Wilson’s mischievous grin makes one wonder... “Thank goodness it’s Friday!” (Rosemary Evans) 65 " Won’t that bell ever ring . . (Timmy Steele) Karen Bristow seems to have a case of camera shyness. Doctor Madblood (Christine Maggard) " Ah, you shouldn’t have.” (Barbara Morton) 66 SMILE JUNIORS ... What an unforgettable face. (Tripp Smile, you’re a DUKE! (Ruth Bachner) Shannon) Lisa Dixon and Cathy Reid, Gloucester ' s future beauticians. ‘You mean these are the latest dance moves??” Jenette Bar- oszwiez looks puzzled) THE WORLD LOVES YOU!! freshmen ... Sophomores ... JUNIORS There are many extra responsibilities that a Junior Class must ac¬ cept and accomplish. Two major dances — The Junior-Senior Ring Dance, held around Christmas time and the Junior-Senior Prom held in the spring must be organized. Suitable decorations, a good band, and food should be well planned. Money is a must in having a nice dance. The juniors have worked extremely hard and been backed 100% by the class sponsor Mr. Zuger, who has done a fantastic job and deserves much credit. The spirit of the class of ’82 is clearly seen in how close they came to winning “Spirit Week.” The juniors have worked hard. With the hard times there are always good times. There was the Powder Puff Football Game — junior girls vs. senior girls, and Pep Rallies where we really showed our spirit; our participation in sports and clubs and the usual “get¬ ting together.” The juniors are ready for anything. Watch out everyone — we’re coming through! We are one of a kind! We have come a long way juniors! (Margret Kirkland) Harry Atwell isn’t sure whether or not he enjoys Rusty Maybre’s serenading. Is Kenneth Dudley enjoying chemistry class, or .. . does he have other things on his mind?! 68 Erika Anderson Becky Baldwin One last look ... Theresa Walker checks over her homework in Algebra 11 Trig, before handing it in. Duane Basta Karen Bauer Jerry Bell Kelly Bender Kristi Benton Susan Berggren Eric Berghuis Crystal Berry Torrence Berry Terrell Berry Robert Blevins Dede Boggess Tony Bolden Kim Bonniville Terry Bonniville Judy Boone Jamie Boothe Sally Booth Cheryle Bostic Yasmine Branden 70 Jamie Bristow James Brown Melanie Brown Tracy Brown Rhonda Bryant Robert Bryant Mario Buffa Kathy Burton Cheryl Bush Sandy Busic Steve Burrel Timothy Burrell Kim Butler Wendy Caldwell Pam Carmine Carolyn Carter Mary Carter Cindy Cason Pam Caviness Kim Char Nurse Kellum usually examines gym students. It ' s no fun, but it ' s a good way to get out of class. Pictured here are Mary Machie, Kris Lamos, and Gina Leigh. Scott Char Herbert Chriscoe Alice Clark Russell Clements 71 Kevin Coates Regina Coates Brenda Cook Valerie Cook Tiny Cooke Tommy Cooper Renee Corbett Benita Corbin Darlene Cox Ann Crittenden Gary Cutter Paul Danforth Marlon Davis Michelle Dawson Douglas Dear Margaret Denton Madison Dickerson Chris Diggs David Diggs Randy Driver Renee Dudley Peter Dunklee 72 Sherry Dunn Jeff Edwards Kim Ellis Tracy Ellis John Emerson Pam Emerson Allen Evans Hugh Evans Betty Ewell Catherine Ewell William Fields David Flippo Jackie Folkes Christy Ford Mike Freitas Tracy Fulcher Eric Funk Wanda Gardner Bill Gary Harry Gary Teresa Gilley Ronny Greene James Greene Mary Goodhart 73 Tim Gorde Jimmy Guy Susan Haley Mary Hall Sandra Hall Mary Hardee Stephanie Hardy Debbie Harris Danny Harris Regina Harris Holland Hart Tommy Haskins Frank Hedspeth Tara Hocheim Claudia Hogge Neal Hogge Timmy Hogge Larry Holden Jenny Holland Randy Holland Teresa Howard William Howard Pam Howlett Robin Hughes 74 Amy Ippolito Catherine Isner Gwen Jackson Victoria Jackson Pam Jamerson Maxine Jefferson Kelvin Jenkins Patty Jenkins Rita Jenkins Adrian Johnson Maribel Johnson Toni Johnson Tammy Johnson June Johnson Carrie Jones Olive Jones Eddie Kahlbaum Alice Kane Karen Kellum Maria Kellam Timmy Kellam Lewis Kerns Greg Kladler Beth Knight 75 Kris Lamos Gwen Larrimore Daphne Lay Jimmy Lehman Gina Leigh Craig Lemons Annette Leppin Scott Lewis Tammy Lewis Connie Lindsay Alicia Lockley Tom Lyerly Mary Machie Sheila Mahoney Jeff Mann Chris Margason Danny Marshall Penny Marshall Adrin McFerrin Gaylan McGinnis Tiny McKinney Charles McKeller Tammy Milby Kim Mitchell 76 Melanie Mitchem Maria Morales David Mullinix Roberta Myers Kelly Myles Ruth Napier Jimmy Newman Kelly Nichols Donna Norville Francine Nye Eddie Oliver Pam Oliver Ellen Padgett Mary Pettitt Angela Phillips Donna Phillips Robert Phillips Efi Pimentel Bobby Polk Steven Pritchard John Pouchot Lester Proffitt Scott Pultz Susan Ray 77 Brent Reid Verna Smith Stephanie Rohrbach Pauline Rowe John Saunders Tammy Seawell Sandy Shakelford Mia Shaw Pete Shaw Shannon Shaw Kirsten Shulenburg Curtis Smith Dinah Smith Drew Smith Karen Smith Scott Smith Randie Roane Brian Smoot Randy Snow Connie South Jerry Soesbee Marvin Spencer 78 Sheila Spencer Susan Spencer Melissa Spruill Dawn Starks Carrie Sterling Caroline Sterling Michael Stewart Fannie Stokes Lisa Stokes Renee Stokes Beth Strickland Sandy Strong Vaughan Sutton Lisa Tabb Donald Talbott Delois Taliaferro William Teagle Dana Teets Greg Thayer Carla Thomas Regina Thompktns Charlene Thompson Dale Thornton Mary Thornton 79 Jimmy Todd Jeff Tomlinson Robert Trevillian Lisa Trueblood Carl Turner Gary Turner Mark Turner Barbara Tyler Jenelle Valentine Mark Vann Theresa Walker Tom Walker Ruth Watts Marty Weber Helene Wells Leroy West Willena West Vicky White Blondell Whiting Lynn Whitt Tina Williams Lois Wilson Nathan Winslow Pam Woods 80 Paul White Sheila Wyke Kathryn Young Rita Young Katie Zahn Lost and Found Mark Arnder Ronnie Arthur Billy Austin Amy Benson Annette Bonniville Robert Brown Marie Clark Lisa Dunston Ricky Evans Annette Greene Susan Grizzard Lisa Gutermuth Jay Hogge Angela Horsely Scott Jenkins Tina Jenkins Hahn Kumthong Tom Lyerly Terry Moore Jeffrey Perkins 81 Amy Prilliman Akram Ransom Beth Spitler Vanessa Shackelford Sophomores Circulate Right: In control — Kim Char manages backstage during the pro¬ duction of “Our Town. " Robin Cooper and Charlene Thompson impatiently wait for the day to end. Amy Prillaman and Cheryle Bostic pass With his head in the clouds, Eric Berghuis takes a break from the time away while they wait for their playing tennis. ride. 82 Above: Mary Hardee proves that cowboys aren’t the only ones on the frontier on ’’Western " day. Below: David Walthall is enthused with an article in a catalog in the Guidance Office. Dawn Starks and Carrie Jones make final preparations before the Cosmetology fashion show begins. 83 Lisa Trueblood works at becoming a beautician. Right: Scott Jenkins will do anything for sympathy. “Have you heard the one about ..(Robert Trevilian) Scott Lewis measures up to a excellent Industrial Arts student. Jimmy Todd and Mark Turner prove that lunch is a time for eating as well as socializing. Pottery is both a skill and an art. Jenny Holland demonstrates her touch. 84 How would you like to . . . «■ jf - „ J " What did you say? " says Alisa West. A very important discussion between two unusually quiet freshmen. Dennis Rude checks over his paper just one more time! Two Freshmen with the bad case of the . . . Munchies! 86 87 Betty Ambrose Lavonna Arnder Holly Arnold Steve Austin Gene Dease Kim Baldwin Charles Banks Thomas Batchelor Mark Beauchemin Anthony Belvin Beverly Bereaud Bonnie Berghis Curtis Berry Aundra Berry Trent Berry Randal Berry Kathrine Birdsall Ann Blake Karen Blake Kathleen Blow Caroline Blaylock Roberta Bockrath Donna Bonneville Kelly Bonner Valerie Bonneville 88 [■ml Faith Booker Randy Boone Frankie Boothe Beth Boyd Angela Breeden Michael Brooks Michelle Brooks Chris Brown Harriet Brown James Brown James Brown Pam Brown Harry Burlason Robbie Burreson Yvonne Burrell Charles Burress Randall Campbell Tracy Carino Deidre Carmine Michelle Carmine Dwayne Carter Wilbur Carter Duane Cecil Vicky Chapman Suzanne Clark Both Kim Hogge and Scott Brown seem to find French 2 a very in¬ teresting class. 89 Zena Clark Sam Clay John Clayborne Michelle Clements Kirby Clements Betty Coberly Beth Cochran Sherri Cooper Cecil Corey Lisa Cutter Allie Dandridge Sharon Darnell Lee Davis Rennie Davis Ronnie Davis Geoffery Delara Sterling Driver Sherri Driver Ada Esnaugh Thomas Eubank Teresa Fishburn Tracy Fletcher Angela Foster Lisa Foster Wade Foster Nancy Freiermuth Amy Garber Mary Garber Jeff German Tony Gerhardt 90 Mike Gibson Donna Goens Courtenay Gooding Christy Graves Paula Gray Anna Green Delma Green Kenneth Green Ricky Green Sammy Green Darlene Grey Kelvin Grimes Juliet Guimont Rich Gumaer Bill Gutermeth Henry Guy Craig Gwyn Dawn Gwyn Brenda Hall Chris Hall James Hall Kathy Hall Ted Hall David Hamilton Mark Hamilton Teresa Harbert James Hardee Mary Harding Carla Harper Debbie Harwood 91 Sonya Harris Lisa Heins Paula Hicks Donna Hirschberg Kim Hogge Voight Hogge Gina Honeycutt Sharon Hood Chris Hornbrook Christy Horsley Mike Horton Vicky Hough Harold Howard Michelle Hunt Chris Hutson Denis Irvin Tracy Jackson Bobby James Eric Jenkins Lynn Jenkins Terry Jenkins Audrey Jones Carol Jones Amy Jordon Eric Kellum Yvonne Kellum Michelle Kesler Bernie Keys Lisa King David Krauss 92 Beth Leidig Debbie Leigh Andy Lewis Steven Lips Jay Lyeth Betty Ambrose looks up just in time for the camera mum % u « M j 1 Linda Machie James Maggard Andrew Margason Timmy Marshall Linda Martin James Martin James Matous Megan Merrick Jackie McClure Gene Millen ■i Pat Millen Rad Moncure Greg Morgan Mike Myers Patty Myers 93 Ronnie Myers Janine Murry Jana Neilson Andy Newton Pam Owens Karen Paige Lawrence Paige Debbie Parham Randy Parker Michelle Patrick Micheal Phillips Annette Pollard Marletha Ransom Verdery Ransom Robert Revere William Richards Tammy Rigney Connie Rhodes Patricia Roane Gary Roane Britton Robins Drew Robins Earl Robinson Rhoda Robinson Lisa Ronk Barbara Rowe Lisa Rowe Dennis Rude Mary Setterholm Bill Schmitz 94 Janine Safka Nancy Schuster Robert Shackleford Scott Shackleford Brad Shaffer Jeff Shaw Chuck Shelton Duane Sidney Ricky Silvis Tracy Simmons Bruce Skinner Roger Slaughter Bill Smith Faith Smith Kevin Smith Margaret Smith F. Sparks Lisa Springle Chris Sterling Berkley Stokes Floyd Stokes Kevin Stokes Teri Strong Eddie Suthers Lynn Sutton Anette Teets Billy Thomas Brent Thompson David Thorton Marvin Thorton 95 Marie Thornton Stephanie Thornton Albert Tillage Ross Tillage Paige Trivett Stephanie Trivett Greg Turner Lee Walker Michael Walker Lisa Walthall Sara Waters Peggy Watts Kenny Weber Lisa Wells Alisa West Charles West Ernestine West Jamie West Lisa West Lisa West Melanie West Richard West Rodney West Steve West Susan White Jennifer Whiting William Whiting Jody Wilke Andrew Williams Brian Williams 96 Harry Williams John Williams Kim Wilson Charles Wilkes Pam Willis Tammy Wilson Keith Wood Will Worley April Wyatt Shari VanCleave Doug Vonwald Kim Yavorsky Mark Hoover, Ira Johnson, Richard West, Bill Smith, and Kevin Smith Pig- gin’ out! A Class in the life of a . . . BO R ED TEENAGE h 97 MAKE-UP PICTURES Timmy Bauer Jackie Benuchen Demta Berry Maria Clark Cheryl Coleman Della Corbin Lisa Dunston Allison Graves Mark Hoover John Kerns Matt Knight Tammy Myers Gelinda Ross Wayne Shelton Annette Teats Caught in the act! (Being quiet can hurt our loud reputation!) Maybe some freshmen are quiet, but are these? 98 Julie Guimont eyes the camera as Sherri Cooper works on her Art. This is one Scorpio dude who isn’t paying attention in class. Freshman Majorette Roberta Bockrath seems to be getting pushed around! 99 100 CLUBS A.F.S. Seated — Mrs. Long, Jaylin Leonard, Carolyn Clark, Emily Hargis, Kelli Brewer, Mrs. Pointer. First Row — Doaty Knapp, Susan Morgan, Connie South, Pam Emerson, Sherri Ward, Nancy King, Katie Zahn, Caroline Sterling, Kelly Myles, Mary Hardee, Joy Morris, Kim Harris, Jean Rowe. Second Row — Marianne Smith, Brian Sharp, Natalie Horsley, Erika Anderson, Alice Kane, Tripp Shannon, Karen Bauer, Tracey Fulcher, Theresa Walker, Greg Kladler, Jenelle Valentine, Ronda Conkling, Terri Baldwin, Susan Spencer, Carla Thomas. Third Row — Brian Hiser, Linda Smith, Toni Hodges, Guy Price, Kathy Martin, Tanya Slade, Renee Summers, Howard Cook, Ricky Silvis, Heather Ar¬ nold, Patty West, Tim Coulson. Fourth Row — William Kirtley, Burke King, Ronnie Sterling, Bob Harris, George Schaeffer, Jeff Lopez, Tina Rowe, Christine Maggard, Eric Byrd, Steve Clements, Darlene Haywood, Margaret Kirkland, Delia Ray, Beverly Fary. Sitting — Lynn Sutton, Mark Clements, Eileen Edmonds, Mike Gooding, Guy Price, David Woodson, Frances Thomas, Kim Ellis. First Row — Alice Clark, Peggy Lemons, Mrs. Long, Jaylin Leonard, Thalma Siquiera, Carolyn Clark, Emily Hargis, Kelli Brewer, Mrs. Pointer, Lee Aldrich, Kim Hogge. Second Row — Kim Butler, Carol Williams, Susan Berggren, Karen Haley, Grey Smith, Christy Horsely, Vicki Chapman, Annette Newton, Ruth Bachner, Ruth Weirich, Ellen Cooper, Susan Blake, Kim Myles. Third Row — Sonya Tucker, David Mullinix, Sherri Cooper, Karen L. West, Natalie Horsely, Holly Arnold, Margaret Gaskins, Tammy Seawell, Stacy Rorhbach, Amy Prillaman, Terri Pultz, Berni West, John Hendrix, Frances Batchelor, Curtis Smith. Fourth Row — Susan Haley, Richard Sindle, Gay Butler, Tom Schuster, Lisa Williams, Paula Hicks, Lisa West, Cindy Foor, Marjorie White, Paula Hogge, Charlotte Kemp, Jeff Hogge, Kristi Benton, Terri Lewis, Brian Sharp, Valeri Sidney, Doug Ambrose. Fifth Row — Kristi Hirv, Kevin Kaylor, Joe Scott, Tripp Shannon, George Schaeffer, Lynn Hall, Duane Manning, Racheal Carr, Jill Drews, Johnny Hogan, Ronnie Sterling, Burke King, William Kirtley, Sandra Tucker. 102 Thalma Siqueira — A.F.S. Student Gloucester High School’s foreign ex¬ change student for this year is 19 year old Thalma Siqueira, of Olinda, Brazil. Her student hostess in Gloucester is Annette Newton, who is a senior. This year at GHS, Thalma is taking English C.P.; Spanish I; Government, C.P.; Humanities; Art II and Typing. Thalma arrived in America on August 19, 1980. She com¬ ments on her arrival, “When I first arrived in the United States, I found it wasn’t all I expected it to be. I used to think the U.S. was a really special place, but when I got here, I realized it was the same as any other country.’’ Thalma will be leaving the U.S. sometime in June or July, 1981. Thalma Siqueira is the 1980-81 foreign exchange student. Mrs. Long, Thalma Siqueira, and Mrs. Pointer get ac- Thalma tries her hand at pottery, quainted at a reception for Thalma. Mrs. Hutchinson, president of the A.F.S. adult chapter, is delighted with Thalma. 103 VICA-Vocational Industrial Clubs of America Sitting — Mrs. Howard, Terri Bonneville, Tereasa Harris, Sally Jones, Kenny Howlett, Julia Handy, Mrs. Simmons. First Row — Crystal Berry, Wanda Jenkins, Roberta Johnson, Loretta Young, Robin Bryant, Anita Horsley, Lisa Scaborough, Pam Shackelford, Connie South, and Delores Gilly. Second Row — Sherri Constranstitch, Alicia Lockley, Lisa Dixon, Denise Pollard, Joyce Whiting, Cheryl Hanes, Susan Gumaer, Barbara Millen, Cathy Moore, Olive Jones, Arsan Sparks. Third Row — Jes Ware, JoAnn Belvin, Pam West, Lynn Cotte, Suzanne Cerny, Jeanette Helbig, Lisa Dunston, Robin Wiggins, Christy Ford, Linda Rilee, Marvin Washington, and Larry Rilee. Fourth Row — Lara Allen, Gordon Rife, Ronnie Martin Howard Brown, Beverly Fary, Steve Clements, Cheryl Dunston, Debbie Brake, Christine Caviness, An¬ nette Bonniville, Amy Benson, Brett Garnett, Ernest Billups, Timmy Snow. 104 Chess Club Ip., - JjSk dSfgwra- %■ M.l i l j . JSK Chess Club meetings are held each Wednes¬ day during 4th period. At that time games are played among club members for the pur¬ pose of forming a chess team made up of the top 5 players in the club. These Chess Team members will be going to the Second Sunday Quads held in Chesapeake this com¬ ing Spring. Kneeling — Cindy Emory, Steven Pritchard, Lyn Blevins, Scott Lewis. Second Row — Ken Dudley, Doug Doar, Tom¬ my Lewis, John Saunders, Eddie Riggan, Mr. Brown — Sponsor. Thespians The Thespian society is the only international organiza¬ tion for which a high school student must earn admis¬ sion. To be a member one must have worked in at least 2 theater aspects, have a total of 60 hours in perfor¬ mances technical time, and at least 10 points on the Thespian point system. Front Row — Peter Dunklee, David Panchison, Jean Rowe. Second Row — Christine Maggard, Jill Drews. 105 CO INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB Front Row: Doug Evans, Donald Talbott. Second Row: Trent Berry, Chris Maggot, Mario Buffa, Mr. Newton, Spon- scer. Third Row: Robert Philips, Tommy Cooper. The Industrial Arts Club is part of AIASA, the American Industrial Arts Student Association. AIASA is designed to develop the leadership and personal abilities of students as they relate to the industrial — technical world. Their goals are as follows: AIASA promotes industrial arts in school, community, State and nation. AIASA increases knowledge and broadens understanding. AIASA provides leadership training. AIASA inspires students to respect the dignity of labor and to appreciate craftsmanship. AIASA assists students in making informed and meaningful occupational choices through exploraty experiences in shops, laboratories, and observations in business and industry. AIASA motto: ‘Learning to live in a technical world!’ ... Could they be the builders of tomorrow? 106 SCIENCE CLUB ... First Row: Mrs. Swihart, Kim Char, Beth Knight, Richard Isner, Valerie Cook, Mrs. Luhr. Second Row: Kathy Burton, Denise Hamilton, Judith Williams, Blondelle Whiting, Karen Smith. Back Row: Catherine Isner, Steven Pritchard, Doug Dear, Ken Dudly, Helene Wells, Marty Cox. The Science Club, sponsored by Mrs. Swihart and Mrs. Luhr meets the third Thursday of each month. Their pur¬ pose is to develop a keener sense and understanding of science through visiting areas depicting the various sciences. The club holds two bake sales each month. These sales supply the main source of revenue for the club. The officers of the club are as follows: President: Richard Isner Vice-Pres: Beth Knight Secretary: Kim Char Treasurer: Valerie Cook .. . the “mad scientists” of GHSI! 107 LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Front row: Sherry Wyke, Ruth Beauchemin, Kathy Thomas, Kathy Ward, Tyrese Johnson, Kate Sweeney, Mrs. Richardson, Pauline Rowe, Jennifer Sloane, Brenda Cook, Mrs. Berry. Back row: Rose Gambill, John Willis, Janis Blevins, Laura Peebles, Steve Austin GYM ASSISTANTS Front row: Mike Holland, Mark Clements, Dale Payne, William Kirtley, Kevin Spencer. Back row: Eric Wilson, Raymond Cook, Steve Carmine. 108 Office Assistants 1st row: Kim West, Pam Hornlett, Virginia Harris, Teresa Hill, Debbie Hogge, Christine Caviness, 2nd row: Sandra Strong, Hilda Keast, Lisa Randall, Cheryl Dunston, Michelle Jones, Denise Pollard, Sherry Jackson, Kristi Hirv, Louella Hogge 1st row: Pam Carviness, Frances Batchelor, Kathy Moore, Mona McKinney, Mary Oliver, Renee Hogge, Brenda Hogge, Natalie Horsley, 2nd row: Jean Whiting, Michelle Washington, Kim Myles, Laura Hogge, Ruth Bachner, Valerie Sidney, Margret Gaskins, 3rd row: Barbara Morton, Robin Cooper, Sonya Tucker, Hammie Rowe, Jonny Honeycutt, Ellen Padgent, Randall Coons, Johnny Hogan Guidance assistants 109 Catherine Ewell poses with lots of buttons because the theme for the yearbook this year is buttons. Terri Redcross, the Cavalier editor, gets a big hug from Mrs Thomas while visiting the guidance center. Kathryn Young attended a journalism workshop this Beth Knight and Chris Call enjoy a few free moments in yearbook class summer along with 4 other students and couldn ' t after finishing their work, outsmart the photographer. 110 CAVALIER STAFF Tammy Seawell and Heidi German go about the tedious job of sorting name cards with a cheerful attitude. This was a successful year for the yearbook staff. The class was larger than usual and consisted of 29 members. The staff was very organized, thanks to their new teacher, Mrs. Beth Hugate, and experienced Editor, Terri Redcross. The staff worked very hard and managed to meet all deadlines. The class was a success because everyone worked together by sharing and helping each other. A lot of effort, cooperation, and hard work went into this book and the staff members receive little recognition, so to everyone that made this book possible — THANKS. Lisa Oliver waits for suggestions from the Advertising staff on how to raise money for the yearbook. 1 v HL ; . 7 ,, WL. f 1 X ■ gp Pil Front row: Carolyn West, Susan Morgan, Kelly Myles, Susan Berggren, Terri Redcross, Tammy Seawell, Britton Robins, Kathryn Young, Beth Knight, 2nd row: Lisa Oliver, Sonya Tucker, Michelle Brooks, Sharon McFerrin, Terry Lewis, Pam Emerson, Catherine Ewell, Chris Hall, Hugh Evans, Back row: David Mullinix, John Hunt, Jimmy Wilson, Marty Cox, Richard Isner, Dito Morales, Beth Strickland, Lee Aldrich, Robin Hall, Amy Benson. Ill DEBATE CLUB Top row: Lisa Oliver, Howard Cook, Derek Bond, Stacy Brown, Middle row: Cheryl Bostic, Kelly Myles, Mary Rigler, Teresa Kellum, Doaty Knapp, Bottom row: David Panchison, Doug Dear, Jeff Lopez, Marsha Smith, not pictured: Katie Zahn . , . Debate is the process where two or more individuals take opposing viewpoints on a proposition. They attempt to per¬ suade others to accept or reject a solution to a problem. The affirmative team tries to prove that the problem cannot be solved unless their plan is put into effect. The negative team uses evidence to try to prove there is no problem to solve. Debating is a different form of learning. It requires a good amount of reading and research skills. A good debater does not necessarily believe in his argument, but is able to argue both sides of the problem. “The federal government should initiate and enforce safety guarantees on consumer goods” is the debate topic for 1980-1981. The Gloucester High School Debate Team will debate for more safety guarantees as well as against more government control. They will debate in the York River District, and to sponsor debaters in both regional and state tournaments. The sponsor of the Debate Club is Ester Knox. She has sponsored this club for four years. 112 F.H.A. Front Row: Roberta Vosbourgh, Brenda Cook, Kathy Burton. Back Row: Margaret Jones, Becky Evans, Donna Phillups, June Millen, Vanessa Shackelford, Kay Hogge. Future Homemakers of America Officers President — Brenda Cook Vice President — Kathy Burton Treasurer — Roberta Vosbourgh Secretary — Regina Harris The Gloucester FHA chapter is one out of 12,500 chapters located in the United States. The chapter em¬ phasizes projects involving consumer education, homemak¬ ing and family life education. It is the only youth organiza¬ tion in the school with the Family as its major concern. Mrs. Jean King is the sponsor. 113 HERO ' - ' ' 5: 1 w K M -k ! if ak 1 A Front: Yvonne Spriggs, Dana Higgins, Blondell Whiting, Angie Greene, Becky Evans, Michelle Jones, Angie Johnson. 2nd Row: Dale Payne, Hilda Keats, Carolyn Gumaer, June Millen, Mary Ellen King, Beth Spitler, Vickie White, Crystal Jackson, Ronnie Foster, 3rd row: Luella Hogge, Tia Sessions, Delores Taliaferro, Althea Gray, Mary Wood, Joyce Smith, Frank Lehman, Brenda Lewis, Mary Hall, Back row: Dorthy Miller, Jeanette Jackson, Patricia Stokes, Mona McKinney, Bessie McKoy, Archie Thompkins, Marsha Jenkins, Kim West, Willena West, Janet Wilson. This year ' s Mr. HERO, Archie Thompkins, rides in the Homecoming The officers of the HERO chapter ride in the Homecoming Parade. Parade with the Attendants. DUKES’ DISPATCH STAFF The Dukes Dispatch sold regularly to the student body. It keeps students up-to-date on current school events, sports, plays, new teachers, etc. This year the Dukes Dispatch isn’t an after school project, but instead it is a class taught by Mrs. Hugate. Mrs. Hugate is qualified to teach journalism and therefore students receive a credit for the class. The work is divided equally among the staff members and everyone works very hard. Dito Morales is behind his camera taking pictures for the Newspaper. This is a familiar sight at a GHS pep rally. « L mw f ip 9. y f L TB 1 Sit Front row: Janis Blevins, Charles Wesley, David Woerner, Teresa Gilley, Natalie Horsley, Mary Hardee, 2nd row: Kristi Hirv, Tammy Griffith, Sherri Con- stransitch, Mary Wood, Kim Harris, Terri Baldwin, Jackie Folkes, Susan Grizzard, Nancy King, Dito Morales, Back row: Kenneth Spencer, Jeff Hogge, Paula Williams, Marsha Smith, Tracy Fletcher, Sonya Rouse, Alice Clark, Beth Lamos 115 NJROTC First Platoon — Margaret Jones C.P.O., Cheryl Thompson, Fussell Clements, David Flippo, Bernard West, Carlton Lockley, Dennis Irvin, Robin Friermuth, Terry Moore, Towanda Lee, Charles Johnson, David Evans, Tommy Lewis, Kenneth Spencer E.N.S., Stephen Lemons, Don Sutton, David Cochran. There is something new at G.H.S. this year — Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps or N.J.R.O.T.C. This course is being taught by Ret. Col. Alexander Ruggiero of the U.S. Marines, and Ret. Lt. Cdr. Ronald Arntz of the U.S. Navy. N.J.R.O.T.C. em¬ phasizes leadership, citizenship, and the Navy’s role in national security. Left — Lt. Cdr. Arntz proudly receives a medal. Right — Thomas Walker stands stiffly at attention. 116 Leaders of the future Company Staff — LTjg Dana Teets, LTjg Colleen Sabin, Lt. Cdr. Howard Cook, Lt. Thomas Hayman, Lt. Eddie Blevins. Second Row — E.N.S. William Howard, C.P.O. Eddie Riggan, E.N.S. Ronnie Arthur, E.N.S. Brenda Campbell. Second Platoon — Geoffery Delara, Elton Newton E.N.S., Gary Roane C.P.O., Robert Eubank, William Lewis, Joseph Brigman, Steve Austin, Garland Clay, Leroy West, Allen Redmon, Charles Brown, Henry Green, David Thornton, Antony Belvin 117 The 3rd and 4th Platoons of the N.J.R.O.T.C. Third Platoon. First row: Alindra Berry, Anthony Gerhardt, Marie Thornton, Annette Pollard, Tammy Rigney, Michelle Kesler E.N.S. Second row: Jerry Sosebee, Randall Boone, K. Harrison, Charles Wilkes, Ira Johnson C.P.O. Fourth Platoon First row: Robin Bogue E.N.S., Terrence Bright C.P.O., Pamela Caviness, Robert Blevins, William Teagle, Chris Diggs Second row: Ron Williams, Anthony Berry, Renee Stokes, Robert Brown, Douglas Evans, John Redman CO-ED COLOR GUARD! Thomas Walker, Kathy Martin, Rebecca Baldwin, Calvin Oliver, Rhonda Cobbs. The N.J.R.O.T.C. cracks a rare smile for the camera. 119 Catch The “Pep”-si Spirit 1st row: Sterling Driver, Sharon Taliaferro, Sherri Ward, Natalie Horsley, Tanya Slade, Marvin Washington, Brain Hodges, Carlton Lockley, Archie Thompkins 2nd row: Sherry Jackson, Hilda Keats, Crystal Jackson, Ronnie Foster, Marlena Colon, Treasurer; Sheila Spencer, Vice-President; Trilvia Wyatt, President; Tracy Ellis, Secretary; Charlene Thompson, Towanda Lee, Rene Summers, Kevin Spencer 3rd row: Joan Driver, Sherri Driver, Joy Morris, Tammy Seawell, Susan Berggren, Stephanie Hardy, Maxine Greene, Kelly Myles, Christy Horsley, Pam Owens, Lisa Walthall, Lynn Sutton, Sheila Wyke, Lisa Martin, Verna Smith, Faith Smith, Charles McKeller 4th row: Hal Stokes, Tiny Cooke, Yvette Brown, Vicki Chapman, Sherri Cooper, Holly Arnold, Susan Haley, Kim Butler, Michelle Clements, Lisa Springle, Deidre Carmine, Adrian Johnson, Penny Marshall, Blondell Whiting, Renee Dudley, Rhonda Cobbs, Toni Bolden 5th row: Terri Redcross, Michelle Jones, Gwen Larrimore, Gwen Jackson, Delois Taliaferro, Tricia Brown, Ruth Bachner, Ellen Cooper, Gay Butler, Terri Baldwin, Marvin Spencer, Vernon Greene, Torrance Berry, Long Nguyen, Jeffrey Margason, Angela Greene 6th row: Carla Thomas, Willie Jackson, Alan Byrd, Wendy Paige, Lisa Dixon, Helene Wells, Eric Byrd, Valerie Cook, Derek Bond, George Schaeffer, Tripp Shannon, Terrell Berry, Howard Cook, Erick Wilson, Russell Robinson, James Spencer This fine looking group of people are the backbone of the spirit at G.H.S. — the Pep Club. The Pep Club supports our sport teams both home and away. This year ' s sponsors are Miss Wyatt and Mr. Zuger. Mr. and Ms. Pep Club are ready to go. 120 Pep Can Be Found Anywhere Among the Administration Mr. Bush is known for his great pep talks. And the man behind our school spirit, the Duke himself. Richard Isner heads to the Pep rally in usual form. Cheerleaders like Ellen Cooper are an impor¬ tant part of the spirit at G.H.S. 121 BETA CLUB Front row: Donald Sandrldge, Jeff Carrington, Billy Fletcher, Delia Ray, Emily Hargis, Carolyn Clark. Second row: Kim Myles, Charlotte Ke mp, Cathy Nuttall, Rachel Stewart, Susan Morgon, Jaylin Leonard, Frances Batchlor, Ronnie Sterling, Sheila Rilee, Margie White, Bill Shackleford Third row: Linda Smith, Melissa Sut¬ ton, Jennifer Sloan, Nina Carter, Carol Williams, Kelli Brewer, Tripp Shannon, Patty West, Ellen Cooper, Glen Goote, Becky Haywood, Barry Wass,. Fourth row: Lisa Williams, Sally Jones, Deloris Gilly, Denise Greene, Valerie Sydney, Annette Newton, Thelma Siqueira, Stephanie Rouse, Kathy Martin, Beth Lamos, Christine Maggard, Mark Rowe. Back row: Richard Isner, Brian Salley, Trey Young, Derek Bond, Darlene Haywood, Dee Aldrich, Kristi Hirv, George Schaeffer, Heather Arnold, Eddie Chapman, Susan Blake, Jeff Elkins, Kevin Kaylor. Charlotte Kemp goes fancy for Beta Initiation. Valerie Sidney, Kim Myles and Carolyn Clark all agree that being in Beta is hard work. 122 VISION MAGAZINE Front row: Cindy Smith, Ruth Bachner, Jenelle Valentine, Rosemary Evans, Hugh Evans. Second row: Howard Cook, Dana Weirich, Valerie Cook, Terri Lewis, George Schaeffer, Tripp Shannon, Steven Pritchard, Margaret Jones, Linda Smith, Kathy Martin, Janis Blevins, Lisa Williams, Ronda Conkling, Christine Mag- gard. Back row: Mr. Haugen (sponsor) Charlotte Kemp, Rachel Stewart, Judith Williams, Sherri Constran- sitch, Jennifer Sloan, Bryan Salley, Jennette Bartoszewicz. Mr. Haugen (sponsor) just loves to get his picture taken, as he shows the photographer the way out. Rosemary Evans is one of the many great writers. Vision members like Ruth Bachner have many talents. Read Vision 123 S.C.A. i . x — . ■ mm Ik B iJ |r r s J| m , V ' H ! - HR s . ' Safe .’—‘m 1 | 4 " Front row: Susan Sindle, secretary, Valerie Ellis, parliamentarian, Howard Cook, president, Bob Harris, vice-president, Marlena Colon, reporter, Kristi Benton, treasurer Second row: Dana Teets, Dawn DeBolt, Kim Baldwin, Brenda Jessen, Mia Shaw, Renee Stokes, Jaylin Leanard, Scott Pultz, Pam Owens, Deborah Harwood, Harriet Brown, Caroline Sterling, Katie Zahn. Third row: Lynn Cottee, Lynn Sutton, Maxine Greene, Penny Marshall, Rene Dudley, Shelia Spencer, Mike Gooding, Margaret Gaskins, Alice Kane, Travos Thompson, Marjorie White, Terri Redcross. Fourth row: Bard Morgan, Pam West, David Hamilton, Vicki Chapman, Betty Amrose, Mary Pettitt, Kim Miles, Tracy Ellis, Eileen Edmonds, Becky Heywood, Stacy Brown, Dana Brown, James Matous, Randy Boone. Last row: Stephanie Rouse, Nancy West, Hammy Rowe, Lisa Williams, Danny Harris, Jom Wilson, Jeff Margason, Richard Sindle, Guy Price, Derek Bond, Eddie Riggans, Dito Morales, Stephen Davis. The S.C.A. is the voice of the students at G.H.S. Throughout the year, the SCA works to better student relations with the school and community. The SCA spon¬ sors many things. Among those things this year was a teacher’s Christmas assembly which proved to be very suc¬ cessful and will hopefully be a part of our Christmas festivities for years to come. These teachers rehearse for the Christmas assembly. 124 YOU GOTTA HAVE ART Front row, R-L: Jeanelle Valentine, Cheryl Bush, Kirsten S hulenburg, Sherri Constransitch, Lynn Witt, Marstin Blow, Brenda Campbell, Terri Lenz, 2nd: Mrs. Middlebrook, Jill Drews, Jackie Folks, Rhonda Conkling, Jeanette Bartoszewicz, Regina Bonniville, Kathy Burton 3rd: Pete Danforth, Lisa West, Vicky Chapman, Melonie Brown, Doug Conner 4th: Lisa Williams, Sharon McFerrin, Charolette Kemp, Kim Ellis, Betty Ambrose, Sherri Cooper, Paula Hicks, Terri Baldwin, Stacy Brown, Ruth Bachner, Pam Jamerson, Ruth Beauchemin 5th: Debbie Harris, Carolyn Carter, Jackie McClure, Toni Hodges, Teresa Ballard, Kathy Ward, Julie Guimont, Mr. Bergh 6th: Alisha West, Kim Baldwin, Pam Freeman, Tonya Slade, Dennis Rude, Robin Hughes, Jackie Benoche. The purpose of the Art Club is to encourage those students who are interested in art and to help them achieve a better understanding of art and to its significance in our society. The Art Club also tries to enrich our school and community by bettering our visual environment. This year the Art Club will do two major money-making projects. The first is to silkscreen designs or slogans for school clubs and teams. Our first phase in this project includes a design for the Art Club itself. Our second project probably to be accomplished in the spring is to make and sell mugs. Several members are learning to throw the mugs on the wheel this fall. The Art Club also went on a field trip to Washington, D.C. to visit the National Gallery of Art in the fall. Dur¬ ing the Christmas Holidays, the Art Club provided a Christmas Dinner for a needy family. 125 FORENSICS 1st row: Charlotte Kemp, Rosemar y Evans, Cindy Foor, Kathy Martin. 2nd row: Rachel Stewart, Kim Char, Hugh Evans, Kathryn Young, Mike Gooding, Stephanie Rouse, Kristi Benton, Lynne Whitt. 3rd row: Maria Morales, Daphne Lay, David Honacker, Eric Byrd, Christine Maggard, Missy Spruill, Gina Leigh. 4th row: Lyn Blevins, Jeff Margason, Herbert Chriscoe, Brian Sally, Douglas Dear, Beth Strickland, Howard Cook. The Gloucester High School Forensic team, under the fantastic coaching of Karen Flowe, won the district Forensics Meet thus far. The team is composed of students who have won their positions in open school contests. The students compete in the Virginia High School League tournaments and have been consis- tantly successful. 126 Future Farmers of America 1st row: Bill Gary, Michelle Kesler, Harry Gary, Keith Shelton, Jeff Marganso, Robert Triellian, S. B. McMullen. 2nd row: Mike Williams, David Hamilton, Timmy Marshall, Harry Atwell, Tommy Lewis. 3rd row: Duane Mabry, Ernest Billups, Terry Leigh, Donald Harrell, Brent Thompson, Timmy Kellum. 4th row: Leslie Whitacre, Curt Lett, David Cockran, Ronnie Greene 5th row: Stephen West, Rodney West, Micheal Stanbrook, Scott Fanning, Kenneth Red- cross, Wayne Steele, Charles Stokes, Lee Smith F.B.L.A. 1st: Judith Conner, Lisa Martin, Kim Martin, Sherry Hyees, Renee Summers, Hammie Rowe 2nd: Mary Oliver, Sherri Eason, Bettye Setterholm, Judy Hungate, Janice Burse, Joan Whiting, Cheryl Thompson, Towanda Lee 3rd row: Wanda Wolfe, Michelle Washington, Angie Hardy, Stephanie Hall, Robin Bogue 4th: Michelle Firth, Barbara Lollis, Vivian White, Anne Brown, Cindy Emory, Connie Bohannon, Lisa Randall, Cynthia Walker, Kathy Daniels, Mar¬ sha Lewis, 5th: Paula Williams, Gail Waton, Barbara Coates, Selena Phelps, Brenda Hogge, Patty West, Nancy West, Shirley Thomas, Dianne Whitely 4-HCLUB Left to right: Rhonda Cobbs, Robin Bogue, Jeff Margason, Terri Bright, Greg Thayer Not Pictured: Brent Reid, Robert Phillips, Brad Schaeffer, David Mullinix, Mary Goodhart, Shirley Thomas. HEAD HEART HANDS HEALTH The Gloucester High School 4-H Club is sponsored by Mrs. Vann. It works closely with other 4-H chapters in the county and has been active in many projects. Among these was the Share the Fun Talent Con- test held this February. The contest, like most 4-H projects, was a big success. Of¬ ficers for the club are: Rhonda Cobbs, president; Jeff Margason, secretary. 128 THE G.H.S. BAND Kneeling: Sandy Shackelford, Maria Morales, Ann Blake, Roberta Bochrath, Debbie Hogge, Stacy Rohrbach, Kim Myles, Kelly Bender, Francis Bat¬ chelor, Mia Shaw. 1st Row: Keven Smith, Jerry Bell, Travis Thompson, Tony Cook, Ricky Davis, Allen Evans, Drew Robins, Mr. Harry Loyd. 2nd Row: Tommy Hunter, Geoffrey Delara, Carrie Sterling, Megan Merrick, Tammy Myers, Sharon Hood, Kristi Graves, Stephen Lipps, Stephanie Thornton, Margie White, Mary Garber, Vicki Hough, Laurie Coleman. 3rd Row: Alan Bird, Tracy Fletcher, Kristi Benton, Kenny Dunn, Tom Schuster, Bill Smitz, Sterling Driver, Harry Williams, David Thornton, Will Richards, Brian Williams. 4th Row: Andy Newton, Sandy Busic, Debra Parham, Beth Hogge, Donald Talbott, Carolyn West, Sarah Tolley, Robin Cooper, Stephanie Trivett, Paige Trivett. Balloons and rain filled the sky while Debbie Hogge leads the Homecom- Even though the weather was cold and rainy the band played on. ing half-time festivities. 129 THE BAND “Places please,” says Mr. Loyd as the Marching Dukes ready for parade competition. Members of the Flag team are: front row — Carolyn West 2nd row: Stephanie Trivett, Paige Trivett, 3rd row: Robin Cooper, Sarah Tolley, and Nancy West. Kevin Smith watches for directions from the drum major. Stephanie Trivett, Paige Trivett, Robin Cooper and Andy Newton take a break from the pressures of a parade. The squad leaders of the G.H.S. Band are, Front row; Tom Schuster, Tommy Hunter, Margie White, Allen Evans Second row; Patricia Parham, Debbie Hogge and Kristi Benton. 130 PLAYED ON! The G.H.S. banner carriers are: Debra Parham and Beth Hogge. The Rifle Team Members are: Melanie Mitchem, Sandy Shackelford, Maria Morales, Frances Batchelor, and Mia Shaw. Debbie Hogge, 1980-81 drum major did a fine job in conducting the band. The Majorettes are: Kelly Bender, Roberta Bochrath, Stacy Rohrbach, Ann Blake, and Kim Myles. The Gloucester High School “Marching Dukes’’ attend¬ ed five parades as well as several Gloucester Co. festivities. The Band performed at all home football games and the Pep Band at all home basketball games. They also attended the O.D.U. Marching Band Classic Field Competition, District VIII Band Festival and the Peninsula Area Band. During Spring break the “Marching Dukes’’ went on a trip to Florida and visited many popular tourists attractions. This trip was sponsored by G.H.S. Band Boosters Club, through various fund raising projects. “Our Town” G.H.S. drama students performed Thorton Wilder’s award winning play “Our Town " November 20-22, in the auditorium. Thornton Wilder described the play as “an attempt to find value above all price for the smallest events in our daily life. It (the play) does not depend on lavish sets or costuming to hold an audience, but on the joys and griefs of Emily.’’ The play won 3 Pultizer Prizes. Performing under the direction of Mr. John Raynes were Caroline Sterling, Jeff Elkins, David Panchision, Susan Spencer, Christine Maggard, Greg Kladler, Peter Dunklee, Rachel Stewart, Charlotte Kemp, Micheal Brooks, Jaylin Leanord, Richard Isner, Dito Morales, Tina Rowe, Bob Harris, Kim Char, Jill Drews, and Jean Rowe. Stage managers were Kim Char and Jill Drews. Assistants to the director were Jean Rowe and Peter Dunklee. Jeff Elkins plays Howie Newsom who walks beside an invisible horse carrying an invisible rack of milk bottles. Charlotte Kemp, Susan Spencer, and Micheal Brooks are Emily Webb, Myrtle Webb, and Wally Webb. Richard Isner is Mr. Webb, editor of Grover ' s Corners Sentinel. Peter Dunklee is George Gibbs. He spends all his time playing baseball. Caroline Sterling narrates the play as the stage manager. Rachel Stewart as Professor Willard tells the history of Grover’s Corners. I 132 Drama Club The Drama Club is the pool that drama productions draw talent from. Members are actors, ushers, and stage hands — important people to a play. A Drama Club meeting is very informal. Members open¬ ly discuss plans for their latest plan to raise funds — a Sadie Hawkins dance. Proceeds go to finance the spring musical “South Pacific”. Jean Rowe, a Thespian member, practices her drama techniques. Jean Rowe and Kim Char are two Drama Club members enrolled in drama classes. Most Drama Club members are involved in other drama activities. Many are enrolled in drama classes. Thirteen of the eighteen actors in the play “Our Town” were Drama Club members. Mr. John Raynes sponsors the club as well as teaching classes on drama and directing drama productions. The Drama Club is an active, creative club whose hand can be seen in G. H. S.’s many successful drama productions. FRONT ROW: Jaylin Leonord, Treasurer; Peter Dunklee, Vice President; Tina Rowe, President; Dana Brown, Secretary; Terri Redcross, Reporter. 2nd: Jeanette Bartoszewicz, Michelle Firth, Michelle Gamour, Sally Booth, Betty Ewell, Becky Baldwin, Robin Bogue, Kim Char, Cheryl Bostic, Rachel Stewart, Charlotte Kemp. 3rd: Judy Williams, Renee Hogge, Wendy Caldwell, DeeDe Boggess, Tracy Brown, Kristen Shulenburg, Barbara Morgan, Lois Wilson, Tanya Slade, Katie Zahn, Caroline Sterling, Jean Rowe, Christine Maggard. 4th: Yvonne Corbin, Pam Jamerson, Patty Meyers, Tera Hockheim, Sandra Shackelford, Maria Morales, Lisa Oliver, Mike Gooding, Brian Sharp, Daphne Laye, Heather Arnold, Holly Arnold, Joan Baines. BACK: Kelly Bender, Catherine Ewell, Howard Cook, Kim West, Jerry Stokes, Valerie Cooke, Val Ellis, David Panchision, Roberta Growe, Dito Morales, Jill Drews, Bob Harris, Amy Prilliman. 133 The Fine Art of Music ... Choral Capers The Choral Music Department is composed of five choral music classes or choirs containing over one hundred eighty students. The department’s major purpose is to expose as many students as possible to good choral music through listening, learning and performance of all styles and types of music. Through these experiences they will be able to enjoy and foster music throughout their entire lifetime. The department not only has gained excellence and acclaim locally and state wide, but this year has blossomed on the national level. The “Chorale” is composed of students in grades ten through twelve. The class is a training class for students who, within these grades, have had no previous choral experience or perhaps need more experience before moving into a more advanced class. The " Ninth Grade Mixed Chorus,” als o a beginning chorus, is composed of only ninth graders. Due to the changing of voices and maturation, it is easier to work with this level in the same class. The forty members of the “Madrigal-Swing Choir” are chosen by audi¬ tions and is one of two classes of more advanced choral students. This year the group has been invited and will perform for both the State Beta Club Convention in Norfolk, and for the First National Beta Club Convention in Orlando, Florida. This choir performs all styles of music from Madrigals to Show and Swing Choir literature in their many performances within the county and other parts of the State. The “D ' Otisingers” is a group of fourteen choral students who are selected through very strict auditions to form the top, honors, or most ad¬ vanced class of choral students at Gloucester High. The group chose their name two years ago in honor of their director, Mr. Donald Otis Sandridge. The group performs not only with the Madrigal-Swing Choir, but is in cons¬ tant demand within the school, county and State and nationally on its own for its musicianship. The “Women ' s Concert Choir” is made up of thirty-six female voices which perform and concentrate on two, three and four part music written only for female voices. This year the Choral Department set several records never before ac¬ complished within the department. The Department’s Christmas Concert was presented in the form of a Sacred Cantata and involved the entire five choirs. The performance was held at Union Baptist Church with an au¬ dience of one thousand one hundred sixty eight. This was truly a first, maybe for the county. Karen Bauer, Sherri Jackson, and Gwen Jackson prepare for a spring concert. Laurie Peebles and Kelli Brewer display their hidden talents. D ' OTISINGERS Seated: David Diggs Front Row: Bob Harris, Beth Miller, Emily Hargis, Phillip Williams, Marianne Smith Back Row: Wendy Paige, Herbert Chriscoe, Karen Haley, Mike Larkin, Margaret Gaskins, Mark Fowler. Not included: Mike Gooding, Derek Bond 134 CHORALE Seated: Cindy Foor Front Row: Joan Baines, Mary Carter, Erika Anderson, Terri Red- cross, Michelle Stewart, Sherry Dunn, Melissa Sutton, Tina Williams Second Row: Roberta Vosburgh, Marsha Smith, Theresa Greene, Ellen Padgett, Lynn Hall, Rhonda Bryant, Kim Butler, Catherine Isner, Joy Morris Third Row: Dale Thornton, Lee Davis, Jimmy Newman, Doug Conner, John Hendrix, Doug Evans, Rodney West Back Row: Chuck James, Joe Scott, Johnny Hogan, Jerry Foster, Dwayne Hansford WOMEN ' S CONCERT CHOIR Front Row: Tammy Lewis, Tyrese Johnson, Natalie Horsely, Ruth Ann Watts, Kelli Brewer Second Row: Helen Griffin, Wendy Paige, Kim Butler, Cindy Smith, Alice Kane Back Row: Karen Bauer, Luella Hogge, Kelly Bender, Valerie Cook, Wendy Hogge, Margaret Jones, Lisa Stokes Mr. Donald Sandridge does what he likes best. Chorale is not all fun and games-it ' s serious. 135 In Its 9th Grade Chorus Front row: Fileen Thomas, Michelle Patrick, Mary-jo Setterholm, Karen Blake, Pam Owens. 2nd Row: Paige Trivette, Stephanie Trivette, Lynn Sutton, Debbie Harwood, Barbara King, Kathy Hall. Back Row: Lisa Rowe, Marletha Ransome, Yvonne Burrell, Marie Clark, Beth Cochran, Don¬ na Goens, Patricia Roane. Marcine Brown sings as loudly in class as she does at a football game. Alice Kane and Kim Butler show Mr. Sandridge that they don ' t only kid around all of the time. 136 Best Form MADRIGALS Front row: Deenie Fyfe, Brian Sharp, Karen Bristow, Travis Thompson, Theresa Simpson, John Walters. 2nd row: Richard Isner, Kathy Nuttall, Jay Hogge, Rhonda Cobbs, Nathaniel Cook, Cindy Smith, Jimmy Newman. 3rd row: Charlene Thompson, John Pouchot, Melanie Walthall, Gary Turner, Pam White, Mike Larkin, Jean Rowe, Peter Shaw. Back row: Mark Fowler, Bernie West, Ronald Tappan, Karen Haley. Thomas Hunter, Heather Arnold, Todd Meade, Emily Hargis. 137 fegasseasaRH G.H.S. Students — At Ease The food is not really good, Lewis Corbin is just hungry. The NJROTC is at ease as it drills on the drivers’ range. Lester Proffitt, uncommonly serious, talks with Shari Van Cleave. Inside out clothes are a one day phenomenon during Spirit Week for Kathy Ward. 138 and At Attention Above: Catherine Isner studies the blackboard and Above: The look on the faces of Tommy Cooper and Torrence Berry makes one wonders if it will ever make sense. wonder what they’re up to next. Below: A REAL DOLL — Kathy Martin is Raggedy Andy for Below: Ronnie Skinner demonstrates one of the many uses of a Government Beta initiation. book. 139 G.H.S. CAUGHT CANDIDLY It’s rough being stuck here on the b ench. Jeff Carrington i and Delia Ray prepare for the Beta Tapping Ceremony. Lee Aldrich thinks taking notes is for the goats. ) 4 p« Valerie Sidney hopes she doesn’t lose her grip on the situation. i Mr. Mitchel, or could it be Uncle Sam? 140 Mrs. Middlebrook sighs at another A pleasant sight to most students at the end of the day. photographer. Mr. Spano discovers a new method of bringing his point across to the students. Coach Brown tries to start a conversation with Ronnie Foster, but she refuses to listen. Steve Clements refuses to watch Stacie Rorhbach eat! 141 Laughing, Talking, Dreaming Judith Williams, Kristin Schulenburg, and Christine Maggard listen attentively to Drama Club plans for a Sadie Hawkins dance. Mike Myers and Bryan Salley enjoy a good laugh in the auditorium. Mrs. Borden’s fifth period Algebra ll Trig. class studies during rare periods of silence. A James Spencer dreams of basketball and supers¬ tardom. Mark Clements, Curt Lett and Harry Atwell are spoiling for a good food fight. Dawn Debolt in one of her more quiet moods. 142 SPO RTS Dukes Button Up Opponents The 1980 Duke varsity football team surprised a lot of people this year (maybe even themselves) by winding up with a 4-4 district record. Pre-season polls had them picked to finish last but the Dukes’ spirit defied that. The highlight of this season was a 7-6 homecoming victory over York. Another bright spot was a 25-21 upset over previously unbeaten Tabb. All in all, this was a very good year for the athletes and coaches who took the time and put forth a great effort. Back row: John Hogan, Kenny Spencer, Kevin Spencer, Danny McCloud, Jeff Tomlinson, Joe Scott, Jimmy Todd, Wes Holland, Lee Smith, Timmy Steele, Burke King, Jeff Carrington, Middle row: John Walters, Bobby Tucker, Glen Cottee, Eugene West, Chris Hutson, Tony Blow, Steve Haywood, Paul White, Jimmy Guy, Doug Ambrose, Scott Jenkins, Doug Evans. Front Row: John Kerns, Steve Bland, Steve Banks, Tommy Haskins, Phillip Ward, Brian Sharpe, Steve Barefoot, Trip Shannon, William Howard and Richard Sindle. Danny McCloud To go out on the field everyday, 5 months a year for four years takes alot of guts, (not to mention insani¬ ty). These ten athletes have done just that, making a name for themselves and Gloucester. We wish these seniors the best of luck and hope they do for college what they did for us. Tony Blow Jeff Carrington Kevin Spencer Steve Haywood John Hogan Steve Barefoot Burke King 144 Bombs away! Phillip Ward is laying down on the job. This is an uncompromising situation for “mighty What’s everybody fighting about? mite " John Walters 41. Where’d everyone go? 145 The Varsity of Tomorrow Back Row: Doug Conner, John Clayborne, Jeffery Tomlison, Wilbur Carter, Jimmy Todd, Bill Smith, Vaugn Sutton, Steve Austin, Thomas Bat¬ chelor. Row 2: Charles Burres, Eddie Kahlbaum, Lee Davis, Chris Hudson, Craig Lemons, Jeff Edwards, Eddie Coker, Jimmy Guy, Paul White, Akram Ransom Row 3: Herbert Chriscoe, Jay Hogge, Trez Johnson, John Kerns, Earl Robinson, Tommy Haskins, Scott Jenkins, Leroy West, Sam Clay, Kenan Bryant Right: “Hurry up and snap the ball, I want to get home in time for dinner. " Bottom Right: “Say, what’s the big commotion over there?” Bottom Right: J.V. players Keenan Bryant, Tom Batchelor, Eddie Coker, John Clayborne, Wilbur Carter, and Jimmy Guy take time from the gridiron to pose for the camera. 146 Junior Varsity Girl’s Basketball To the outsider, the junior varsi¬ ty (lady) basketball team had a los¬ ing season. Injuries and inside pro¬ blems caused a lot of disappoint¬ ment, resulting in a 0-10 record. First year coach, Mike DeWitt, had his hands full with inexperience. Half the squad was comprised of freshmen. At one time, four freshmen were starting. Despite this, the team made a good show¬ ing and the games were a lot closer than the score would in¬ dicate. The hustle and determina¬ tion of the coaches and players made this season a success despite the record. This success was measured in the improvement of the team as a whole and the players individually. Two players, Toni Bolden and Blondell Whiting were promoted to varsity. Back Row: Donna Hirschberg, Betty Ambrose, Lois Wilson, Julie Guimont, Carol Cawley, Renee Stokes. Kneeling: Tiny Cook, Denita Barry, Tammy Johnson, Toni Bolden, Blondell Whiting. Not pictured: Lisa Rowe and coach Mike DeWitt. Tips for better basketball: Know what a basketball looks like. Know the rules. (No spitting, no hitting the referees, no tap dancing.) Tie your shoes. Don ' t guard someone wearing a bathing suit. Never say “in your face” to someone bigger than you. Play with a toothpick in your mouth only if you are very, very good. Blondell Whiting protects the ball from a New Kent opponent. 147 Lady Duke Basketball Senior captains: Angie Johnson, Ronnie Foster, Rhonda Cobbs - Forward Val Ellis - Center Robbie Bogue - Guard i 1 m Penny Marshall - Guard Barbara Drew - Forward Angie Johnson - Forward Janice Burse - Guard Ronnie Foster - Guard Rachel Carr - Forward Mary Pettitt - Guard Tanya Slade - Forward 148 I Hustle, determination and coaching sums up the 1980 girls varsity basketball team. The Lady Dukes started off the season by making a good showing in the Tip-off Tournament. Although they lost to Bruton and Poquoson twice each, they made up for it by beating Tabb, York, and Mathews twice. The highlight of the season was a 55-49 upset of the state champion, New Kent. Coach Reg¬ gie Brown did a terrific job and the girls really hustled. All this has made this season very successful. Back Row: Rhonda Cobbs, DeDe Taliaffero, Robbie Bogue, Val Ellis, Ronnie Foster, Barbara Drew, Tanya Slade, Angie Johnson, Rachel Carr, Mary Pettitt Kneeling: Janice Burse, Penny Marshall Barbara Drew displays her style This rebound is mind,” says Angie Johnson Val Ellis pumps in two of her many points. Trojan Nina Christian clutches the ball in fear of Janice Burse. These players look just as good off the court as they do on. BOOSTERS KICK Their Way to Second Place Left to right: 1st row, Coach Olen Lewis, Mark Thrift, Tim Coulson, Howard Cook, Mike Gooding, Mike Ward, Mark Turner, Trey Young, John Martin, Sheila Wyke, Margaret Gaskins. 2nd row: Carol Williams, Steve Carmine, Mark Hoover, Adrian McFerrin, Mark Clements, Tripp Shannon, Travis Thomp¬ son, Dale Craige, Tony Coulson, John Dunlop Sitting: Co-captains Billy Fletcher and Mike Holland. Mark Clemnts (13) looks on as Terry Young (8) advances the ball. The Gloucester High soccer team would up the 1981 soccer season with a record of four wins, three losses and four ties. In the district tournament played at York, Gloucester edged Bruton 3-2 eary in the day. In the championship game that afternoon, the Dukes went down 4-0. Despite that, Gloucester had a victorious season. This was measured by the fact that Mike Hol¬ land and Mark Clemetns were voted to first team all district. Holland scored 48 career goals for the Dukes in his four years. Tripp Shannon, Billy Fletcher, Johnny Martin, and Tony Coulson were also honored with hon¬ orable mentions on the All District Team. Coach Olen Lewis stated that the fact that the play “was domi¬ nated by the center field’’ was a key to the Duke’s suc¬ cess. Kneeling: Tim Coulson, Billy Fletcher, Mike Holland, Chigger Carmine. Stand¬ ing: Howard Cook, Mike Gooding, Michael Ward, Mark Thrift, Mark Clements, John Dunlop, and Margaret Gaskinas. Tony Coulson keeps an eye on his opponent and the ball. 150 JUNIOR BOOTERS SUCCESSFUL ' ! First row: Shelia Wyke, Kevin Char, Kathy Birdsall, Pete Shaw, Lewis Kerns, Tim Gorde, Duane Basta, Charles West, Alice Kane and Chris Thomas. Se¬ cond row: Virginia Birdsall, Tracy Carino, Dawn Gywn, Brightly Bartlett, Jackie McClure. Tracy Fletcher, Jackie Folkes, Kim Ellis, Scott Shackleford, Alice Clark, and Jeff Mann. Third row: Bobby James, Mario Buffa, Jeff Shaw, Brad Schaeffer, Doug Von Wold, James Martin, Scott Char, Gary Cutter, Billy Austin, and Greg Friant. Adrian McFerrin leads the mad chase for the ball. James Martin seems amazed at Billy Austin’s ability to fly during a scrimmage against the varsity. Bobby James and James Martin look downfield for the ball in a scrim¬ mage against the varsity. For the first time, a full junior varsity team competed this year. For the first time, eighth graders were allowed to par¬ ticipate. The soccer program is used as a continuation of a summer soccer recreation league. This year’s team was coached by Colonel Friant. 151 WRESTLERS BUTTON OPPONENTS TO THE MATS The Duke wrestling team finished the year with a disap¬ pointing 1-7 record. The grap- plers had an abnormal lack of enthusiasm as far as support for them was concerned. Each match, the Dukes had to give up four or five forfeits a match. At six points a forfeit, it made it difficult for the team to get a decent team score. Some individuals did shine for Gloucester. In the regionals, Ken Spencer placed 5th and Jimmy Guy placed 4th. In placing fourth, Guy then went on to state. Although the team was plagued by forfeits, discipline and lack of support from the students, they did well with all these things considered. Coach Jon Bittenbender did an excellent job in his first year coaching at Gloucester. Though this season was not victorious, the talent return- Seated: Manager Cheryl Bostic, Harry Atwell, Sammy Mills, Jess Brown, Ronnie Jamerson, Mark Rowe, Jimmy Guy and ing should give the York j om Walker. Standing: Allen Byrd, William Howard, John Guy, Mark Fowler, Ken Spencer, Tony Blow, Kevin Smith, and District some tough compei- Coach Jon Bittenbender. tion next year. Takes him down to add two points to the score. Allen Byrd prepares to attack his opponent. 152 DUKE GYMNASTS TAKE 2nd IN DISTRICT Front Row: Frances Thomas, Valeri Sidney, Nancy Schuster, Debbie Harwood, Dede Bogus, Patty Jenkins, and Caroline Blaylock. Standing: Lynne Whitt, Dawn DeBolt, Alisa West, Deenie Fife, Michele Dawson, Christy Avagolis, Margret Denton, Kelli Brewer, Katie Zahn, and Coach Honor Quail. Missing from picture: Sue Sindle. Valeri Sidney, the only senior on the team, stands out. The 1880-81 Gymnastic team at a Poquoson meet. Frances Thomas gets into the swing of things. The 1980-81 gym¬ nastics team finished the year with a 5-2 record that included victories over triple — A powerhouses Den¬ bigh and Pheobus. In the district meet, Gloucester placed se¬ cond behind Tabb with a score of 86.34. The Dukes beat out defen¬ ding champion Po¬ quoson for second place. Dawn DeBolt took fourth in the all- around. Dennie Fyfe qualified for the regionals when she took fourth on the vault. In the regionals held at Tabb, the team of DeBolt and Fyfe placed the Dukes 7th from a field of 12 teams. Considering the pair competed in only four events, this was excellent. This was an excellent year for Gloucester and next year the team pro¬ mises to be even be,ter 153 VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL The Gloucester High varsity finished the year with a 7-13 overall record and 3-5 in the district. The Dukes finished third in the district despite the fact that they were picked to finish last. Highlights of the season include a double conquest over arch rival Mathews. Coach Ed Holstrom was assisted by Ken Bunting, Henry Holmes and Mike DeWitt. The team did very well consid¬ ering they had a 10-0 record to live up to. Sophomores Tommy Haskins, Jimmy Todd and Marvin Spencer com¬ plimented the senior leadership of Russell Robinson, and Jimmy Spencer as starters toward the end of the season. Coach Holstrom felt that the “seniors provided good leadership.’’ He also stated that the sophomores and juniors gained experience for the future.” This team was captained by Robinson, Spencer and Kelvin Larrimore. At one time, Spencer led the district in scoring. Also, for the first time a freshman started a varsity contest. This freshman, who was Chuck Banks, proved instrumental in the overall progress of the team. Holstrom stated that his charges gave him their “best effort every time out — they really tried hard.” r When E. E. Holstrom talks, people listen. Here Holstrom is discussing the strategy of shoot¬ ing at the right goal. Senior Russell Robinson displays his Sitting: George Schaeffer, Jimmy Spencer, Joe Scott, Russell Robinson, Chuck Banks, and Jimmy Todd. Back foul shooting style. Row: Timmy Steele, Coach Mike DeWitt, Jay Hogge, Coach Holstrom, Marvin Spencer, Kelvin Larrimore, Steve Banks, Tommy Haskins, Managers Tommy Cooper and David Hamilton. 154 m ill IV . 7f f r 4 ipr m ' M B SP ■ ■ —m Leading scorer and senior Jimmy Spencer grimaces in the face of his Ferguson foe during the Fort Eustis Christmas Tour¬ ney. Russell Robinson reaches up hard to grab this rebound in a contest against Tabb. ? 1 Ssb iS Russell Robinson and Jimmy Todd opponents? In the sixth annual red gold game held between the Gloucester Dukes red team and yellow team they were. This preseason exhibition gives the fans a chance to view the Dukes before regular season competition gets under way. Steve Banks takes his football talents to the court against triple-A power¬ house Ferguson. 155 J.V. BOYS’ BASKETBALL The junior varsity basketball team finished the year with a disappointing 2-9 record. The jay vees opened up the season with a rout of county rival Mathews. Then they went on a four game skid, losing to all single-A schools. Then the Dukes went into their first district contest and defeated Poquson Next they beat New Kent but that was all the vic¬ tories they could garner as they dropped every decision thereafter. After midterm ex¬ ams, tryouts were again held to fill the gaps that were created when academics and promotions hit the team. First Marvin Spencer, then Jimmy Todd, and then Tommy Haskins joined the ranks of varsity. The Dukes had trouble getting familiar with each other after that as they drop¬ ped a 40 point game to York. The following week they suf¬ fered an embarrassing 60 point rout at the hands of Bruton. Although the scores were not pleasant, the team and coaches worked with a great intensity that showed in hustle and spirit. With the talent that remains form this team, and the upcoming of several players, fans can be assured that the Dukes will not suffer another season like this and brighter days loom ahead. [J||§P jfe (i ter?: . jagBpr a i 1] Ilf % f u|| i Yi I ' mk -M t m 14 i M SM p [ 30 i 34IH k 184 ; j| ” y. V | r v i r ' Jm • ' • m I Seated: Tommy Haskins, Akram Ransom, Chuck Banks, Sammy Larrimore, and Jimmy Todd. Standing: Coach Mike DeWitt, Trent Berry, Jay Hogge, Holland Hart, Jerod Brown and Manager Kevin Larrimore. Jay Hogge and company watch a shot go up in the season opening contest against archrival Mathews. Jimmy Todd shoots above a Mathews foe before his promotion to varsity. 156 Small but Dedicated - Fencing Hugh Evans Bryan Salley “Lunge, salute’’ “My point’’ “Get your foot straight’’ “Curses, foiled again!’’ These are all familiar sounds when one ventures into a fencing practice. Although this year’s team is small, it is dedicated in doing its best in this fast growing sport. Mike Myers Marty Cox " Help, he’s after me! " 157 SPIRITED CHEERLEADERS Co-captains for J.V. basketball are Sherri Cooper and Lisa Springle. Junior Varsity Football Cheerleaders Front: Stephanie Hardy. Sitting: Lyn Sutton and Michelle Clements. Bending over: Susan Berggren, Tracy Ellis, Renee Dudley. Standing: Sherri Cooper and DeDe Carmine. Leaning: Holly Arnold and Pam Owens. On top: Lisa Springle and Christy Horsley. Junior Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders Front: Lois Wilson, Karen Bauer, Lisa West. Second Row: Renee Dudley. Standing: Shelia Spencer, Sherri Cooper, Lisa Foster, Michelle Clements. Fourth Row: Pam Jamison, Lyn Sutton, Holly Arnold. Top: Lisa Springle. Cheerleaders Susan Berggren, Susan Haley, Kelly Myles and friend Mary Goodhart keep up the Duke spirit in the halls. 158 CHEER TEAMS TO VICTORY Varsity Football Cheerleaders I Splits: Gay Butler, Natalie Horsely. Leaning over: Ellen Cooper, Tricia Brown. Back: Charlene Thompson, Joy Morris, Susan Haley, Carla Thomas, Kelly Myles, Tammy Seawell, Ruth Bachner. Varsity basketball co-captains Joy Morris and Marcine Brown. Varsity football co-captains are Natalie Horsely and Ellen Cooper. Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders Front: Gay Butler and Tricia Brown. Standing: Ruth Bachner, Marcine Brown. Back: Terry Baldwin, Joy Morris, Charlene Thompson, Carla Thomas, Kelly Myles, Tammy Seawell and Sara Talley. 159 Region Champs — Again! Coach Yvonne Smith ' s 1980 edi¬ tion of girl ' s field hockey continued their dominance of double-A com¬ petition as they won the AA Region 11 crown by defeating Midlothian High School 2-1 at the Intermediate School field. Midlothian, which came into the game with an undefeated and unscored-upon record, saw their hopes and unscored-upon record diminish as they ran into leading scorer Carol Williams. Carol ' s two goals paved the way for the 2-1 upset. Coming into the game, the Dukes also had an undefeated record. The only team to score upon them was York, who managed only one goal. Carol Williams was the leading scorer for the season with 14. Before the season, Coach Smith felt that experience would be the key to success. Hustle and determination also proved to be a factor in the Duke’s continuing their dynasty. We would like to congratulate Coach Smith on her excellent team and all the time and effort she put forth into making field hockey a success at Gloucester. Katie Zahn, Lisa West, Stephanie Rorhbach, Thalma Siqueirra, Annette Newton, Alice Kane, Kelli Brewer, Valerie Sidney, Maribel Johnson, Della Corbin, Angie Greene, Susie Sindle, Delia Ray, Alice Clark, Beth Miller, Carol Williams, Eileen Edmonds, Carolyn Clark, Pam Trainham, Terri Pultz, Sandra Tucker, Denise Green, Coach Yvonne Smith. We would like to congratulate and thank these eight seniors for do¬ ing their part in making field hockey a suc- c e s s at Gloucester. Their hustle and determina¬ tion has shown through by their ex¬ cellence on the field as well as off. Delia Ray Valerie Sidney Beth Miller Carolyn Clark Angela Greene Miss Field Hockey Annette Newton Terri Pultz Eileen Edmonds 160 Seeing the Countryside the hard way Running your guts out every¬ day isn’t easy. Cross country means just that, across country. The runners run a rugged course with distances that are not in¬ cluded in regular track. This re¬ quires more than just running. It requires endurance and stamina, physical and mental strength. Under the coaching of Wendall Johnston, these athletes have not only done that, but have something to show for their efforts. Despite accumulating an 0-4 record, two athletes went on to shine in the district and region meets. Senior Nina Carter placed first in the district and region meets. She also came in 19 in the state. Sophomore John Pouchot came in 3rd in the district, 6th in regional and 34th in the state. Back: Pete Shaw, Nina Carter, Coach Wendall Johnston. Front: Bobby Polk, Mark Vann, John Pouchot, Marvin Washington. Not Pictured: George Schaeffer and David Mullinex. John Pouchot outruns a Tabb opponent. Nina Carter on her way to first place in the district meet. Top: Runners ready themselves for a district race. Bottom: Runners take off from the starting line. 161 k.W " GLOUCESTER ATHLETICS — CUTE 162 AS BUTTONS BUT TOUGH AS NAILS 163 164 The Brains Behind the Team Coaches Todd, Johnson and Shell; football Coach Kathy Reeder; fencing Coach Reggie Brown; basketball Coach Wendall Johnston; Cross country Coach Yvonne Smith; field hockey Coach Jon Bittenbender; wrestling Coach Mike DeWitt; J.V. basketball Coach Hans Hogan; soccer Coach Roberta Wyatt; softball Coach Caroll Carter; track Coach Olen Lewis; soccer Coach Ed Holstrem; basketball 165 GLOUCESTER DUKE SCORE BOARD FOOTBALL GHS: 7 Bruton: 0 GHS: 0 Denbigh: 25 GHS: 7 York: 13 GHS: 13 Tabb: 25 GHS: 7 Poquoson: 13 GHS: 25 Tabb: 21 GHS: 7 York: 6 GHS: 21 Bruton: 14 GHS: 12 Mathews: 13 GHS: 6 Poquoson: 20 BASKETBALL GHS: 71 Mathews: 55 GHS: 52 Lancaster: 48 GHS: 69 Lancaster: 79 GHS: 77 New Kent: 89 GHS: 67 West Point: 69 GHS: 47 Ferguson: 52 GHS: 50 Pheobus: 69 GHS: 42 York: 44 GHS: 55 Poquoson: 54 GHS: 69 New Kent: 70 GHS: 55 York: 54 GHS: 72 Tabb: 80 GHS: 59 Bruton: 45 GHS: 49 Poquoson: 51 GHS: 75 West Point: 55 GHS: 55 Bruton: 45 GHS: 66 York: 80 GHS: 58 Mathews: 55 GHS: 39 York: 44 JUNIOR VARSITY GHS: 58 Mathews: 35 GHS: 43 Lancaster GHS: 64 Lancaster: 64 GHS: 49 West Point: 49 GHS: 41 New Kent: 46 GHS: 53 Poquoson: 40 GHS: 68 New Kent: 47 GHS: 34 Mathews: 37 GHS: 56 York: 64 GHS: 32 Tabb: 67 GHS: 48 Poquoson: 56 GHS: 37 West Point: 64 GHS: 35 York: 75 GHS: 20 Bruton: 80 GHS: 30 Poquoson: 63 WRESTLING GHS: 27 Essex: 42 GHS: 30 Franklin: 24 GHS: 30 Southhampton: 39 GHS: 12 Tabb: 54 GHS: 27 Central Sussex: 41 GHS: 23 Southhampton: 42 GHS: 6 Poquoson: 66 GHS: 43 Franklin: 44 GHS: 39 Bruton: 44 GHS: 11 York: 54 GHS: 30 Peninsula Catholic: 38 FIELD HOCKEY REGIONAL GAME: GHS: 2 MIDLOTHIAN: 1 GHS: 4 Walsingham: 0 GHS: 1 Hampton Roads: 0 GHS: 3 Ferguson: 0 GHS: 2 Walsingham: 0 GHS: 2 Bruton: 0 GHS: 9 Tabb: 0 GHS: 2 York: 1 GHS: 13 Tabb: 0 GHS: 2 Bruton 0 GHS: 1 York: 0 JAYVEE GHS: 15 New Kent: 41 GHS: 14 New Kent: 25 GHS: 19 Bruton: 40 GHS: 19 Poquoson: 60 GHS: 26 York: 45 GHS: 33 Tabb: 58 GHS: 17 Bruton: 53 GHS: 17 York: 40 GHS: 25 Tabb: 61 GHS: 21 Poquoson: 39 GIRLS BASKETBALL GHS at Poquoson (4 27) GHS vs. Northhampton (4 28) GHS vs. Sussex (4 28) GHS vs. York (4 31) GHS vs. Bruton (5 30) GHS at Mathews (5 7) GHS at Tabb (5 10) GHS vs. Poquoson (5 11) GHS at York (5 14) GHS at Bruton (5 17) GHS vs. Tabb (5 28) GHS vs. Mathews (5-29) GHS vs. Poquoson (6 1) GHS vs. York (6 2) GHS vs. Bruton (6 5) GHS at Tabb (6 12) GHS at Poquoson (3 27) GHS vs. York (3 31) GHS vs. Bruton (4 3) GHS at Mathews (4 7) GHS at Tabb (4 10) GHS vs. Poquoson (4 11) GHS at York (4 14) GHS vs. Bruton (4 17) GHS vs. Tabb (4 28) GHS vs. Mathews (4 29) GHS vs. Poquoson (5 1) GHS vs. York (5 2) GHS vs. Bruton (5 5) GHS vs. Tabb (5 12) GHS at Bruton (3 18) GHS at John Yeates (3 24) GHS at Nemport News (3 28) GHS at Tabb (3 31) GHS vs. King William (4 2) GHS vs. Dogwood (4 11) GHS at York (4 14) GHS at Poquoson (4 28) DISTRICT MEET (5 9) REGIONAL MEET (5 16) STATE MEET(5 23) VARSITY GHS: 59 Poquoson: 69 GHS: 53 Tabb: 45 GHS: 31 Poquoson: 66 GHS: 43 York: 27 GHS: 43 Bruton: 62 GHS: 52 Tabb: 30 GHS: 41 Bruton: 57 GHS: Poquoson: 52 GHS: 55 New Kent: 49 GHS: 55 Mathews: 32 GHS: 32 New Kent: 57 GHS: 42 West Point: 33 BASEBALL SOFTBALL TRACK 167 THE TOP OF THE TOP To be an athlete at Gloucester High is cer¬ tainly a very distinguished title. To be selected to the all-district team is even more distin¬ guishable. The coaches of the York River Dis¬ trict vote on the best athletes in the league for that particular sport. The best comprise the first team all-district team. There is also a sec¬ ond team, third team and honorable mention. The coaches also select a team for the region which consists of 32 schools. To make either one of these is quite an accomplishment. Below are 12 athletes who have been selected by the coaches as being good enough to com¬ pete with the top of the top. Although there are many other athletes who have received 2nd team and honorable mentions and we congratulate them wholeheartedly. These ath¬ letes reflect the integrity of the school, their coaches and themselves. FOOTBALL’S FANTASTIC FOUR Steve Bland — 1st team district and 2nd team region — defensive back. Jeff Hogge — 1st team district — linebacker John Walters — 1st team district and honorable mention region — running back. A. Jl Danny McCloud — 1st team — offensive tackle, 2nd team — defensive tackle — district. FIELD HOCKEY’S FINEST Eileen Edmonds — 1st team district — link Valerie Sidney — 1st team district — sweeper Susie Sindle — 1st team district — wing BASKETBALL’S BEST Valerie Ellis — 1st team district and region — forward. Angie Johnso n — 1st team district and region — forward. Carol Williams — 1st team district — center. SOCCER’S SUPERSTARS Mike Holland — 1st team district — forward. Mark Clements — 1st team district — sweeper. 168 There ' s a Pool For You Member N,ition.il Swimming Pool Institute HALL MARK Pool, Pond and Patio Center 1847 Route 17 Yorktown, Va. 23602 Phone (804) 898-6337 “Your One Stop Swimming Pool Store” mam am aw mmmt 1 " 1 11 I § ■smr J Bm mmm R E A lu T V of Gloucester, Inc. 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DjicTt ul l l), Jcc ULyxJ Dim ' ao w, Tula, diet tt yidAjdj-ihO 7 - dz eD. The ' Die y u. ' vy ?ro- ?f sozu -u ue a i £u £D 7UD Iz ezZz D -TTUVZZ DtDjtz), u ' -f 2 dAsD DetZDx z) ' 71UMJ4) eHl tD o jDy? Z US ?eDi £evD XpcVeLe c ySTC ' - D ' At ' Tu- OJ sU ' YZt ttyzDs ZlsZezi DizLizDy Z %- D DLfzD y Dte DDDt Dy tD Si A ✓ . kLtk 7 ' kkotJ d 7 7k uk -C M c yjtsi vxj Tk 7k ?Ay£ iA dk kk ' tsk). 2lk klTTkstkt ' krf i; 7k 7%c Axk b kkk t D 7, kk iy k kik7 7yC7iZ. lD 2Z £jkc 7k ?? L 7 C ' 777 6 V kk JD7 ' 7 DX- JtUUjjL . 7 7 184 185 INDEX Adams, Charles F. 52 Alcorn, Pam G. Aldrich, LeeB. 17, 102, 111, 122, 140 Allen, Diane Allen, Laura J. 17 Ambrose, Betty P. 88, 124, 125, 147 Ambrose, William D. 54, 102 Anderson, Bob 5 Anderson, Erika D 70, 102, 137 Arnder, Lavonna L. 88 Arnder, Mark A. 81 Arnold, Heather A. 17, 102 Arnold, Holly K. 88, 102, 120, 122, 158 Arntz, Commander 5 Arthur, Ronnie L. 81. 117 Atwell, Harry W. 54, 127, 152 Austin. Steve L. 88, 108, 117, 146 Austin. William H. 81 Avgolaus, Helen C. 153 Bachner, Ruth M 54, 102, 109, 120, 123, 125, 133, 159 Baines, Joan L. 54, 137 Baldwin, Mary K. 88, 124, 125 Baldwin. Rebecca D. 70, 119, 133 Baldwin. Terri L 102, 115, 120. 125, 159 Ballard. Teresa A. 70, 125 Baney, Lisa L, 70 Banks, Charles D. 88, 156 Banks, Steven W. 54 Barefoot, Roy S. 17 Bareford, Pamela P Barns, Mary 5 Bartlett. Doris S. 54 Bartoszewicz, Jenette M, 54, 123, 125, 133 Bass, Richard G. 17 Bass, Sylvia R 17 Basta, Duane S. 70, 151 Batchelor. Frances 17. 102, 109, 122, 129, 131 Batchelor, Thomas E. 88, 146, 158 Bauer, Karen K. 70, 102, 134, 135 Bauer, Timothy A. 98 Beauchemin. Mark E. 88 Beauchemin, Ruth E 108, 125 Beckwith, Scott E. 17 Bell, Jr. Jerry L. 70. 129 Belvin, Anthony T. 88, 117 Belvin, JoAnne Belvin, Sherry L 54 Bender, Kelly J. 70, 129, 131, 133, 135 Benoche, Jacquely K. 98, 125 Benson, Amy N 111 Benton. Kristi L. 70, 102, 124, 129, 130 Berggren, Susan A. 70, 102, 111, 120, 158 Bergh, Brian 5 Berghuis, Bonnie A 88 Berghuis, Eric E. 70. 82 Berry, Anthony D. 54, 118 Berry, Bessie 11 Berry, Aundra C. 88 Berry, Curtis 88 Berry, Crystal R 70 Berry, Denita A. 98, 147 Berry, Terrell D. 70, 120 Berry, Torrance C. 70, 120, 139 Berry, Trent R. 88, 106, 156 Berry, William R. 88 Billups, Ernest L. 54, 127 Binns, Kevin M Birdsall, Kathrme P. 88, 151 Birdsall, Virginia L 54, 151 Bittenbender, Jon 152, 165 Blake, Ann C. 88, 129, 131 Blake, Beth 4 Blake, Karen V. 88, 136 Blake, Kenneth H. 17 Blake, Susan G. 102, 122 Bland, Steven J. 54, 168 Blaylock, Caroline E 88, 153 Blevins, Eddie L. 17, 105, 117 Blevins, James D. 17 Blevins, Janis L 17, 108, 115, 123 Blevins, Manley 5 Blevins, Robert 70, 118 Blow, Anthony L. 17, 152 Blow, Kathleen M 88, 125 Bockrath, Roberta t 88, 129, 131 Boerner. Steve R. Boggess, Denise R. 70, 133, 153 Bogue. Robin J. 54, 118, 127, 128, 133, 148, 149 Bohannon, Connie L 54, 127 Bolden. Toni Y. 70, 120, 147 Bond, Derek B 54, 112, 122, 124 Bonner, Kellie M. 88 Bonniville, Donna J. 88 Bonniville, Gloria A. 81 Bonniville, Kimberly A. 70 Bonniville. Regina L. 54. 125 Bonniville, Terry D. 70 Bonniville, Valerie L. 88 Booker, Patricia F. 89 Boone, Judith L 70 Boone, Lena R. Boone, Randall B 89, 118. 124 Booth, Sally M, 133 Boothe. Frankie R. 89 Boothe, James E 54 Boothe, Jamie K. 70 Borden, Martha 5 Bostic, Cheryle A 70. 82. 133 Bostic. Linda G 17. 112 Bowman. Rebecca M 17 Boyd, Beth L. 89 Bradshaw, George W. 54 Brake, Debbie J. 18 Branden, Yasmine A. 70 Bradford, Blaine A. 54 Breaud, Beverly J Breeden, Angela H. 89 Brewer, Kelli D. 54, 102, 122, 134, 135, 153, 160 Bright, Terrence L. 54, 118, 128 Brigman, Joseph 117 Bristow, Douglas K 18 Bristow, Jamie A. 71 Bristow, Kathleen K. 54 Brooks, Micheal T. 89. 132 Brooks, Michelle K, 89, 111 Brown, Anne C. 18, 127 Brown, Betty A. 18 Brown, Charles C. 89, 117 Brown, Dana L. 18. 124, 133 Brown, Douglas A. Brown, Faith Y. Brown, Gregory B Brown, Harriet F. 124 Brown, James W. 89 Brown, James W. 70, 89 Brown, Jefry L. 55 Brown, Jess A. 18. 152 Brown, Lisa G. Brown, Louis S. Brown, Marcine L. 18, 136, 159 Brown, Marriet 89 Brown, Melanie J. 70, 125 Brown, Mintree S. 18 Brown, Pamela K. 89 Brown, Robert 5 Brown. Robert J, 81, 118, 156 Brown, Stacy L. 55, 112, 124, 125 Brown, Thomas H. 18 Brown, Tracy L. 71, 133 Brown, Tricia F. 55, 120, 159 Brown, Walton S. 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Peter B. 105, 122, 132 Dunn, Kenneth M. 129 Dunn, Sherry M. 73. 137 Dunston, Cheryl A. 20, 109 Dunston, Lisa M. 81.98 Dutton, Cheryl A. 20 Dutton, Sylvia J. 56 Eason, Sherri L. 20, 127 Easter, Evie K 20 Edmonds, Eileen C. 20, 102, 124, 160, 168 Edwards, Jeffrey R. 73. 146 Edwards, Kristi A. 56 Eley, Mark A. 56 Elkins, Jeff K. 56, 122, 132 Ellis, Kimberly 73. 102, 125 Ellis, Shirley D. 56 Ellis, Tracy J. 73, 120, 124, 158 Ellis, Valerie L. 20. 32. 123, 148. 149, 168 Emerson, John F 73 186 Emerson, Pamela D 73, 102, 111 Emory, Cynthia 56, 105, 127 Epps, Gail 6 Eshbaugh. Ada M. 90 Eubank, Robert T 90, 117 Evans, Allen W. 73. 129, 130 Evans, David 116 Evans, Douglas W. 56, 106, 118, 137 Evans. Hugh D 11, 73. 123, 157 Evans. Rebecca G. 21, 113, 114 Evans. Richard 81 Evans, Rosemary R 56. 123, 157 Ewell, Betty C. 73, 133 Ewell, Kathryn L. 73. 110, 111, 133 Fanning. Timothy S. 56, 127 Fary, Ann 7 Fary, Beverly L. 21, 102 Field, Barbara 7 Field, Stephen A. 21 Fields. William H, 73 Firth. Michelle H 127, 133 Fishburn, Teresa V. 70 Fite, Mack M. 21 Fletcher, Tracy A 90, 112, 129 Fletcher, William N. 21, 122, 150 Flippo. David W 73, 116 Flowe, Karen 7 Folkes, Jackie M. 73, 115, 125 Foor, Cynthia E 21, 102, 137 Foor, Regina 7 Ford, Christy J. 73 Ford, Deborah G 56 Foster, Angela M 90 Foster, Carlene D. Foster, Carroll W 90 Foster, Jerry L 137 Foster, Lisa M. 90 Foster, Ronald 114 Foster, Veronica 21, 120 Fowler, MarkE. 21, 134, 152 Freeman, Pamela J 21. 125 Freiermuth, Nancy 90 Freiermuth, Robin 116 Freiermuth, Cindy French, Shell L, 56 Fulcher. Tracy D. 73. 102 Funk, Eric J 73 Fyfe. Dennie M 56 Gambill, John R. 108 Garber, Amy E, 90 Garber. Mary N 90, 129 Gardner, Wanda D. 73 Garnand. Susan L. 21 Garnett, Brett K. 56 Gary, Harry A 73. 127 Gary, William T. 73, 127 Gaskins, Margaret P 21. 102, 109, 124, 130, 134 Gaster, William L. 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Thompkins, Regina G. 79 Thompkins, Brent T. 95, 127 Thompson, Charlene Y. 79, 82, 120, 159 Thompson, Cheryl A. 30. 116, 127 Thompson, Travis C. 124. 129. 150 Thornton. Dale E. 79. 137 Thornton, David E. 95. 117, 129 Thornton, Marie A 96. 118 Thornton, Marvin L. 95 Thornton. Mary L. 79 Thornton. Shelly A. 63 Thornton, Stephanie A. 96. 129 Thrift, Mark R. 30, 150 Tillage, James A. 96 Todd. James T. 80. 84, 146. 156 Tolefson, Jeffery L. 30 Tolley. Sarah E. 63. 129. 130. 159 Tomlinson, Jeffery L. 80. 146 Tramham, Pamela L. 63. 180 Trevilian, Robert W. 80, 127 Trio. Dana V. Trivett, Majorie 12 Trivett, Judith P 96. 129, 130. 136 Trivett. Stephanie D 96. 129. 130. 136 Trueblood, Lisa M 80. 84 Tucker. Sandra L. 63, 102. 160 Tucker. Sonya M 30. 109, 111 Tucker, Jr Robert G 63 Tumlin. Christine M 80 Turner, Gary S 80 Turner, Gregory L. 96 Turner. Leonard C 80 Turner. Stephen M, 80. 84, 150 Tyler, Barbara N, 80 Valentine. Jenelle A. 80, 102, 123, 125 Van Houdt, Drena D. VanCleave, Shari A 97. 138 Vann, Mark H 80 Vonwald. Douglas R, 97 Vosburgh, Roberta 63, 113, 137 Walker. Cynthia L. 63, 127 Walker, Michael J. 96 Walker, Teresa L. 80. 102 Walker, Thomas 80. 116, 119 Walker. Jr. Freddie L 96 Walters, John K. 63, 145, 168 Walthall, David C. 83 Walthall. Melanine J. 30 Walton, Sharon G. 30. 127 Ward, James A, 63 Ward. Kathy A. 30. 125, 138 Ward, Micheal A. 30. 150 Ward, Sherri L. 30, 102, 120 Ward, Jr, Phillip L. 145 Washington. Marvin E. 63, 120, 161 Washington. Michele L. 63. 109, 127 Wass, Barry G. 30, 122 Waters, Sarah A. 96 Watson, Charles C. 30 Watts, Peggy S 96 Watts, Ruth A. 80, 135 Weber, Kenneth L. 96 Weirich, Dana D. 63. 123 Wells, Helene 80, 107, 120 Wells, Lisa A. 96 Wesley, Charles C. 30, 115 West, Alisa C. 86, 96, 125, 153 West. Bernadette M 31.102 West Bernard 1 16 West. Carolyn J 31 111, 129. 130 West. Charles W 96. 151 West. David W 31 West. Jamie L 96 West. Karen L 63. 102 West. Kimberly A 109.113.133 West. Leory G 80. 1 1 7. 146 West. Lisa M 96, 102 West. Lisa A 96 West. Melanee D 96 West. Nancy M 31. 127. 130 West. Patricia G 31. 122. 127 West. Patricia L 31 102 West. Richard M 96. 97 West. Rodney E 96. 127, 137 West, Stephen E 96. 127 West. Willena A 80. 114 West, Jr Bernard E 64 West. Jr Eugene C 64 Wheeler. Richard T. 64 Whitacre. Lelsie W 64.127 Whitaker. Glenith 12 White. Holly 31 White. Marjorie E 64. 102. 122, 124, 129. 130 White. Pamela D. 31 White. Paul S. 81, 146 White, Susan A 96 White. Victoria 80. 114 White. Vivian L 64. 127 Whiting, Blondell 80. 107. 120. 147 Whiting. Deborah A 31,114 Whiting. Jean D. 64, 109. 127 Whiting, Jennifer 96 Whiting. Joyce A 31 Whiting. William 96 Whitley. Doris D 64, 127 Whitt. Lynne M 80, 125. 153 Wiggins, Robin L. 64 Wikle, Jodie S 96 Wilkes. Charles M 97, 118 Williams. Andrew M 96 Williams. 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