Mount Tabor High School - Ananke Yearbook (Winston Salem, NC)
- Class of 1970
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Mount Tabor High School
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
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Yesterday is but a dream
And tomorrow is only a vision
But today well-lived makes
Every yesterday a dream of happiness
And every tomorrow a vision of hope.
TIME is important to everyone. Last June
it seemed as though we would have plenty of
TIME to do all the things we had planned
for summer-but TIME passed quickly and
we found ourselves back in school. This was
the last year for some of usp for others it was
one step closer to graduation. For all of us
this year was a TIME-to grow, to con-
template, to observe, to aspire, to develop
opinions and attitudes, to keep silent, to
speak, to get, to give, to seek, and to find.
This ANANKE is the echo of yesterday.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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ANAN KE Dedication
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TIME to see the splendor
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Final touches on gaily-colored dis-
plays, enthusiastic cheers, victory, a
crown, a new queen, bright decorations,
formal gowns-all these things were
typical of the festivities at Mt. Tabor
during the school year. The students
chose a yearbook queen. The football
players chose their queen. Juniors
planned the prom. All these features
made the 1969-70 school year a great
Miss Ananke is
chosen by vote
from a select num-
ber of senior girls.
have been made by
the senior class,
the yearbook staff
formulates a slate
from which the
s e n i o r c I a s s
chooses. The hon-
or of Miss Ananke
goes to the senior
having the highest
number of votes.
The senior girl hav-
ing the second
highest number be-
comes the senior
selecting a young
lady to be on Miss
Each year Miss
Ananke and her
court are presented
at a home basket-
ball game. The
Ananke crowns her
successor in a cere-
mony presented in
school colors of
blue and gold.
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Beauty stands in the admiration of all
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Senior Representative, Miss Kathy Edwards.
Sophomore Representative, Miss Julie Covey.
' Junior Representative, Miss Connie Tate.
Freshman Representative, Miss Anne Choquette.
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It was the eve-
ning of October
18, 1969. A silence
fell over the audi-
ence at the Wins-
tion Center. The
master of cere-
monies stepped to
"The new Miss
Salem is Paula
was the climax to
months of prepara-
were held in he
dining room of the
Inn. Sixteen girls
were chosen from
came the pageant
when the girls were
judged in talent
and evening gown
chosen. These girls
on stage. The
judges made their
decision and Paula
her reign as Miss
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First row U. to r.J: Jo Ann Eldridge, co-chief, Connie Tate, chief, Ann Peller. Second row: Denise Bass, Patsy
Moore, Annette Oehman, Sue Davvson, Debbie Yuhas.
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. . nostalgia for the old . . . glory for the new- .
The Mt. Tabor
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Queen is chosen by '
th e fo ot b a ll
players to reign
over the fall ath-
letic activities. The
a list of senior girls
from which the
choose the Home-
The five girls
vvho comprise the
l-l o m e c o m i n g
Court are pre-
sented during half-
time at one of the
games. The name
of th e l-l o m e-
comihg Queen is
announced and she
is crowned by her
MISS KATHY EDWARDS MISS CATHY CHAMBERS
M ISS PAU LA WESOLOWSKI
MISS TERESA JONES
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An emotional moment in Debbie's life comes after
she is crowned Homecoming Queen '70.
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Sponsors U. to r.j:
Kim Hertvvick sponsor-
ing Skip Chinlund
Debbie Fleming spon-
soring Tommy Pullen,
Carol Reavis, sponsor-
ing Sam Morgan,
Martha Shelton spon-
soring John Snell, Pam
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A victory and a new queen
Spartans battle to a 41-6 vvin over Starmount.
Sponsors U. to r.l:
Cecilia lVliller sponsor-
ing Jay Lucas, Kathy
Gary Grogan, Suzanne
Bill Fowler, Beth
Sandy West sponsoring
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Debbie Harmon, Homecoming Queen '70, is
crowned by Cindy Pfaff, Homecoming Queen '69
Sponsors U. to r.j: Laurie Goode sponsoring Bob Helton, Jackie Davis sponsoring Carl Nisbet, Vicki Farthing
sponsoring Steve Messick, Sunny Shelton sponsoring Harold Jensen, Janice Sams sponsoring John Bane, Milrie
Merchant sponsoring Greg Wessling, Beth Morgan sponsoring Frank Austell.
Sponsors U. to rj: Jill l-lodges sponsoring Roger Kohrs, Sue Dawson sponsoring Denny
Hurley, Marion Uhl sponsoring Barney Cline, Anita Kyle sponsoring Larry Rowland, Jo
Ann Eldridge sponsoring Doug Arfmann.
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Camelot - a king, a queen, a memory . . .
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Pages enjoy medieval attire.
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Juniors choose King Danny Turner and Queen Betsy Davis to
reign over 1969 Prom.
First arrivals at the prom discuss the festivities.
Attendants at Prom enter medieval castle.
Junior class sponsor, lVlrs. Cox, is awarded gift of es-
teem by Greg Vllessling.
Combo provides music for dancers.
A medieval castle, a king and queen, all the splendor and
gaiety of Camelot. There were shields, swords, balconies,
thrones, torches and a moat. The castle walls were hung with
A TIME to dream of days past, of chivalry and of knights
in' shining armor.
It was only fitting that Camelot should have a king and
queen. Danny Turner and Betsy Davis were chosen to reign
over the festivities.
As the Camelot of King Arthur faded into the past, the
Camelot of the Junior-Senior Prom became a memory.
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Steve Guthrie and Brenda Hussey enjoy courtyard Guests arrive, eager to enjoy the splendor of Camelot
facilities between dances.
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rewarded . . .
U. to r.l: Nick Covey, Andi Reynolds, John Bane.
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U. to r.l: David Daniel, Steve Wallenhaupt.
For special talents and achievements, several lVlt. Tabor
students attended special programs during the summer.
Ann Reynolds, John Bane and Nick Covey attended the
Governor's School. These students specialized in the fine
arts: ballet, drama, music. Steve Wallenhaupt and David
Daniel benefited from National Science Foundation schol-
arships. David went to Ohio State University to study
mathematics. Steve studied chemistry, math and computer
science at UNC-Chapel l-lill. William Hutchinson scored
outstandingly high on the National Merit Scholarship test
and qualified as a semi-finalist.
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The shrill sound of a bell pierced the
air as another year of student activities
began. Several new clubs-the Math
Club, the History Club, the Senior Girls
Club-were formed this year. These or-
ganizations offered many opportunities
for Mt. Tabor Spartans to serve their
school and community. Many students
enjoyed the Young Life meetings. In the
fall, Mt. Tabor students cheered the
football team to a victorious season.
Winter brought basketball games and
Christmas parties. As spring approached,
the Spartans planned the Junior-Senior
Prom, and the seniors got ready for grad-
uation. The sound of a bell pierced the
air as another year of excitement, fun
and events came to a close.
Recording a year of events, excitement and fun
Co-Editors .... . . .Steve Wallenhaupt ,
Assistant Editor . . . ..... Phil Thrift
Literary Editor ...... . . .Lois Butner
Assistant Literary Editor .... Janet Clein
Art Editor ........... Debbie Squires
Artists ........ .... A nn Peller
Photography Editor .' ..... Paul Johnson
Assistant Photography Editor .Dwight Barna
Publication Reviewers ..... David Daniel
Bill Montgomery 'Q
Head Typist .... .... J oyce Parsons
Assistant Typists .... Margaret Hutchison
Sophomore Apprentices . . Marsha McNeely
Julie Covey ,
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Advisor ......... Mr. James R. Adams is ,
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First row U. to r.j: Jim Huste and Steve Wallenhaupt, co-editors.
lvl. . , f Second row: Phil Thrift, assistant editor, Jim Adams, advisor.
A TIME to remember the events of the
past . . .
On Sunday afternoons and during holi-
days the ANANKE staff worked to make a
book of which every Spartan can be proud.
The editors and advisor worked on the lay-
outs and all other facets of the ANANKE.
We have sought to preserve the vivid
pictures which are a part of our school year.
A reminder of our campus life...of the
good times, friendships and growth during
this school year.
A TIME to remember...
Ann Peller, Debbie Squires, Julia Sorensen: art department.
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Dwight Barna and Paul Johnson, photographers. First row U. to r.l: Judy Parsons, Margaret Hutchison, Joyce Parsons,
typists. Second row: Janet Clein and Lois Butnerg literary department.
The Ananke staff works on Sunday afternoons in the
First row U. to r.j: Bill Montgomery, David Daniel, publication
reviewers. Second row: Julie Covey, sophomore apprentice,
Cathy Stewart, publication reviewer. Marsha McNeeIy not pic-
Ananke Staff 37
Keeping the school informed
Sword And Shield
Managing Editor .
News Editor . . .
Feature Editor . .
Social Editor . .
Sports Editor . . .
Sports Co-Editor . .
Art Editor ......
Assistant Art Editors
Typing Supervisor .
Photographer . . .
Book Reviewer . .
. . . . . John Bane
. . . . .Tom Holland
. . .Suzanne De Loach
. . .Tim Stevenson
. . . . .Teri Lyon
. . . Rick Hunter
. . .Candy Kegarise
. . . . . Carl Moses
. . .Bill Montgomery
. . . . Miss Graham
By presenting the latest Spartan news and
by producing stimulating editorials, mem-
bers of the Sword and Shield staff are able
to fulfill the three-fold purpose of a high
school newspaper. These are: to record the
events of a school life, to entertain and to
inform. Students gained valuable experience
in journalism by being members of the
Sword and Shield staff.
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First row: Clare Wooley. Second row il. to r.l: Lynne Rose,
Nancy Johnson, Rick Hunter, Marilyn Hinson, Kathy
Edwards, Jesse Hudson.
First row: Lachie MacLachlan. Second row U. to r.j: Steve Beamer,
Debbie Webb, Gloria Sneed, Sandra Blackburn. Third row: Pat
Vail, Hans Aubuchon, Jim Huste.
First row: Suzanne Del.oach. Second row U. to r.i: Gary
Thornton, Gary Grogan, Jimmy Williams, Jay Lucas.
Tommy Holland discusses an article with Miss
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First row U. to r.j: Tim Stevenson, Wes Grout. Second row: Dean
Roberts, Jim Covington, Dare Smith, Mike Andrews.
First row: Tommy Holland. Second row U. to r.j: Teri
Lyon, Debbie Radisch, Dona Glover, Sue Fulcher, Candy
First row U. to rJ: Rick Hunter, Candy Kegarise,
Suzanne DeLoach, Teri Lyon, Jim Huste. Second
row: Wes Grout, Tim Stevenson, Lachie lVlac-
Lachlan, Tommy Holland, Clare Wooley.
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Anchor Club members Debbie
Tate and Sunny Shelton put S
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Brigadier General Sams speaks to students at assembly
The Anchor Club is a service club which
finds TINIE to serve lVlt. Tabor students and
people in the community. The members of
the Anchor Club visit children they have
"adopted" at Children's Home. This year the
club gave the children a "horn of plenty" at
Thanksgiving and a party at Christmas. The
Anchor Club held doughnut and candy sales
to raise money. The girls also operate the
school store forthe students' enjoyment.
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First row U. to r.j: Mary
Ann Tilman, Debbie
Patterson, Jo Anna Self,
Suzanne DeLoach, Debbie
Harmon, Sue Dawson,
Kathy Davis, Jill Hodges,
Denise Bass, Debbie Tul-
man. Second row: Cathy
Chambers, Lee Penning-
ton, Connie Tate, Kim
l-lertwick, Debbie Tate,
Teresa Jones, Laura Slate,
Sunny Shelton, Sherri
lVlcGee, Julie Richardson.
Third row: Patricia
lvlobley, Vicki Farthing,
Cathy Benton, Janice
First row il. to r.j: Suz-
anne DeLoach, secretary,
Jill l-lodges, vice-president,
Janice Sams, president, Jo
Anna Self, treasurer.
Second row: Denise Bass,
Julie Richardson, Patricia
Nlobleyg board of di-
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. . . Anchored we hold . . .
lVlrs. Pollock serves as Anchor Club sponsor.
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President Janice Sams donates canned food to Salvation
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Joe Gutierrez aids Anchor Club members in
putting up Homecoming display.
Jill and Denise collect canned foods from the
away . . .
Anchor Club Admiral
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The Eccentrics combo plays in Key Club l-loopla. Key Club homecoming display says time for the game is near
Key CIub-You re in Spartan country!"
Phil Thrift, Ronald Levy,
lVlorey Sheffer raise the
flags before school.
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Buzz Zarbock, secretaryg John Bolt, treasurerg Denny Hurley, presidentg Ed
"Smells so good, you vvon't vvant to shave it off!"
To help improve school, com-
munity and nation through service
to others is the aim of the Key
The Key Club sponsored a
"Welcome Back" Dance at the be-
ginning of school. The members
also sold Spartan stickers and
sponsored caravans to home games
in order to boost school spirit.
The Key Club held its annual
Sweetheart Dance and l-loopla.
Several members attended the Key
The Key CIub's guest speaker talks about
Key Club Sweetheart
Miss MARION UHL
Service to others in the highest of distinctions
First row U. to r.J: Ronald Levy, David Roberson, Mike Jeziorski, Barney Cline, Morey Sheffer, Buzz Zarbock. Second row: Nick
Covey, Dean Roberts, Greg Wessling, Jim Cranford, Phil Thrift, Landon Smith, Ronnie Hoots, Sam Morgan, Gregg Bennett, lVIr. Bunn,
advisor. Third row: Larry Rowland, Jimmy Guill, Harold Jensen, John Bolt.
Key Club members horse around in the snow.
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Jim Gilmore at the Key Club l-loopla.
Atypical Key Club inductee, Ron Levy, sports a
bow tie, white socks and greasy hair.
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Service is the essence of TIME
First row U. to r.l: Gray-
son l-larrisg Danny Arring-
ton, Thad Lewallen, David
Bradford, Mike Moran.
Second row: lVlr. Tesh, ad-
visor, Steve Nicks, Thomas
Lambert, Bill Fowler,
Roger Kohrsg lVlr. lVlorris,
advisor. Third row: Rick
Jordan, Jay Lucas. Fourth
row: Bob l-leltong Gary
Grogan, Jimmy Williams,
Doug Arfman. Fifth row:
Neil Bedirmgerg Norman
Speasg Gary Thornton,
First row ll. to r.j: Rick
Jay Lucas, president, Gary
surer, David Bradford,
vice-president, Bill Fowler,
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Scott Bowen exemplifies the "neatly" dressed SSC
SSC members collect money for lVlarch of Dimes at a
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Jimmy Williams, Doug Arfmann, Gary Grogan, Randy lVlclVlilIian, Tootie Thornton.
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SSC "cuties" gather to discuss the latest fashions. SSC members enjoy the cold,
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SSC sells ribbons to raise funds.
The objective of the Senior Service
Club is to provide service to the school
and community through the fellowship
and co-operation of members.
The club held clean-up days at school
and around the community. Among the
club's other projects were a clothing
drive, lVlarch of Dimes projects and toys-
for-tots projects. The Senior Service
Club also held their annual basketball
game against the Key Club. A banquet
was held at the end ofthe year.
"l'd walk a mile for the SSC."
"Barbara" Pardue and "Theodora" Perkins stop for some refresh-
ments at the school store. .
Upholding high standards of character. . .
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First row U. to r.j: Chip Rigsbee, Rob DuRant, Craig Cook,
Neil lVloore, Mike Walker, Joe Edmonds. Second row: lVlr.
Cobb, advisor, Waco Knott, Sid Shirley, lVlike Stewart, Steve
Walker, Steve Thornton, Joe Gutierrez, Rick Hunter, David
Parks, Robert Brown. Third row: Bobby Reed, Rex Shaver,
Keith Joyce, Tom Brown, Joe Styers, Tommy Gizinski, Bud
Brewer, Jim Holt, Randy Leonard.
With their noses to the grindstone, new members work hard.
I-li-Y is to create,
The purpose of the
maintain and extend, throughout home,
school and community, high standards of
The Hi-Y attempts to promote the gen-
eral welfare of the school and to serve the
school in raising funds.
This year the lVlt. Tabor I-li-Y has held
clean-up days around school. During lunch,
the members played music over the intercom
for the students' enjoyment. The l-li-Y won
first prize in the homecoming display con-
test. The members of the club also held a
school song contest.
l-li-Y members play music during the lunch
Officers ll. to r.j: Sid Shirley, treasurerg Rick l-lunter, presi-
dentg Keith Joyce, secretary. Second row: Neil Moore,
sergeant-at-armsg Joe Gutierrez, vice-presiclentg Tom Browne,
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Members collect canned food as one of their projects.
Neil Moore and Steve Thornton pose in jump circle ofthe
gym. The l-li-Y painted the Spartan in the circle.
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lVIr. Cobb, Hi-Y advisor.
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l-li-Y members work on Homecoming display.
. . . combine with co-operation . . .
With broom in hand, l-li-Y members help keep Mt. Tabor school grounds clean.
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Y-Teens promote community projects
First row U. to r.j: Sherry Walker, Carolyn Lanier, Patsy
Williams, Lynn Rawls, Bridget Linville, Mary Elesha, Second
row: Gail Dickerson, Kathryn Glenn, Debbie Wolny, Becky
Webber, Heather King. Third row: Julie Simons, Lynn Poe, Pat
Page, Doris Mayberry, Jackie Davis, Patty Callison. Fourth
row: Susan Bouvier, Denise Hayes, Jan Fulton, Linda Soren-
sen, Kay Townsend, Debbie Easter, Patti Smith. Fifth row:
Lynn Rogers, Diane Clayton, Julie Covey, Eugenia Lanier,
Louise Pritchard, Phyllis Beeson. Sixth row: Linda Horton,
Lou Ann Hedrick, Beth Rodgers.
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treasurer, Doris Mayberry, vice-presidentg Jackie Davis, presi-
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Y-Teen inductees are prepared to clean up the school.
The Y-Teens is an organization that vvorks
in co-operation with the YWCA. Y-Teen initia-
tion was held the third week in November.
Nevv members heiped clean up the school
parking lot as part ofthe initiation. November
15 was Y-Teen Service Day. AH the Y-Teens in
Winston-Salem got together to make cancer
bandages and TB. posters, to visit the Home
for the Aged, and to clean up Camp Betty
Jackie Davis talks with Mrs. Gaiyean, Y-Teen advisor
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Greg Wessling buys some candy from tvvo Y-Teens.
SGC performs worthwhile community projects
First row ll. to r.j: Diane
White, Kathy Edwards,
Annette Stallings, Cathy
Stewart. Second row: Mrs.
Davis, advisor, Wanda
Jacksong Dale Hopleyg
Debbie Webb: Candy
Kegarise. Third row:
Nancy Johnson, Marilyn
Hinson, Lucy Ashburn, Jo
Anne McDonald. Fourth
row: Kathy Petree, Sarah
McGlamery, Lynn March,
Bev Pearson. Fifth row:
Pat Vail, Mr. Clemmer, ad-
visor, Clare Wooley, Sue
Fulcher, Sue Muto.
The Senior Girls' Club is one ofthe
nevv clubs organized at Mt. Tabor this
Under the guidance of Mr.
Clemmer and Miss Lavving, the club
sponsored many worthwhile projects.
The girls held a drive for the TB
Association. The Senior Girls' Club
visits homes and writes letters to ser-
vicemen in Vietnam. The club also
works as a teacher's aides.
58 Senior Girls Club
Officers ll. to r.j: Sue Fulcher, vice-president, Clare Wooley, president, Pat
Vail, secretary, Sue Muto, treasurer. Second row: Candy Kegarise, sergeant-
at-armsg Kathy Edwards, sergeant-at-arms.
The Mt. Tabor Math Club is an
if organization which furthers the
members' knowledge in math and
A number of programs were
presented during the year. These
included speakers from Western
Electric and Bell Telephone.
Films, group trips and the teach-
ing of various math concepts were
included in this year's activities.
Officers U. to r.J: Nick Covey, president, Joyce Gardner, secretary-treasurer,
David Daniel, vice-president.
First row U. to r.j: Laurie Goode, Janice Daughtery, Susan Bouvier, Carol lseley, Sally Welch, Katie Ward, Beverly Osborn, Debbie
Wolny, Beth Pullen, Jayne Mazyck, Pam Campbell, Ann Spudis, Margaret Squires. Second row: Pat Gaines, Jan Gorlow, Jane Ketner,
Gail Jent, Kathy Petree, Marilyn Hinson, Pat Vail, Ann Lees, Ann Peller, Janet Clein, Joyce Gardner, Beth Carey. Third row: Linda
Lovell, Gail Cline, Beth Goodwin, Hans Aubuchon, Carl Nisbet, David Daniel, Nick Covey, Carl Moses, David Humes, David Parks,
Gregg Bennett, Doug Arfmann, Ronnie Hoots, Randy Wilson, Mrs. Scott, advisor. Fourth row: David Honeycutt, Gioia Sims, Glenn
Gravitt, Phil Thrift, Duffy Russell, Tyler Pace. Fifth row: Dwight Barna, Wade Clayton, David Hooks, Hans Haven, Terry Patterson,
Terry Matthews, Bill Hignsmith, Gary Miller, Jim Pulley, John Stanley, Wes Church, Ronald Levy.
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Developing an interest in historical events
First row ll. to r.j: Bonnie O'Toole, Anita Kyle, Cindy Foltz,
Beth Poindexter, Kathy Kellam, Denise Hayes, Peggy Turner,
Carol Roe, Sherrie McGee, Ann Carter, Laura McNair. Second
row: Carla Wilmoth, Janet Clein, Linda Hawkins, Debbie
Easter, Jan Fulton, Susan Bouvier, Ann Spudis, Janet Ostwalt,
Nanette Lucas, Vicki Baldwin, Sue Dawson, Mary Margaret
Nicholson, Mr. Tesh, advisor. Third row: Mr. Cole, advisor,
Gioia Sims, Linda Sorensen, Sherry Walker, Yolanda Wurzer,
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The History Club is another of Mt.
Tabor's newest clubs. The members
went on several tours and field trips.
Tours were taken of Olcl Salem and
Bathabara. Many programs of interest
and historical value were presented by
60 History Club
Kathy PODD: Susan Reynolds, Lou Ann Hedrick, Kathryn
Knight, Kay Townsend, Heather King, Krissie Gallos, Donna
Reaves, Mary Ann Tilman, Chandra Wood, Doris Mayberry,
Linda Horton, Robin Drawdy. Fourth row: Glenn Gravitt,
Robert Brown, Bill Montgomery, Ricky Pardue, Richard
Gwyn, David Daniel, Lachie Macl.achlan, Rex Kennedy, Ted
Simpson, Carl Nisbet.
Officers il. to r.j: Carla Wilmoth, treasurer, David Daniel, vice-president,
Linda Sorensen, president.
Familiarizes the members with Roman culture
First row fl. to r.j: Beth Goodwin, Joyce Gardner, Yolanda
Wurzer, Linda Sorensen, Dee Ligon, Lynne Thomason, Bow
Zarbock, Kathy Ferguson, Kathy Popp, Lynn Jones, Carolyn
Lanier, Lora Witner, Chery Drozdowski, Laura McNair.
Second row: Milrie Merchant, Cynthia Clontz, Cecilia Miller,
Jackie Davis, Laurie Goode, Beth Morgan, Kathy Edwards,
Linda Beavers, Linda Horton, Laura Slate, Dona Glover, Gail
Cline. Third row: Greg Wessling, Wes Church, Brad Bennett,
Tyler Pace, Duffy Russell, Glen Gravitt, Brent Hoots, Gregg
Bennett, Gary Miller, Ronnie Hoots, Tim Janke, Joe Edmonds,
Hans Aubuchon, Jim Pulley, Terry Fergusen, Tertius Kiger,
Frank Austell, Eddie Wall, Sylvia Smith, Miss Martin, advisor,
Gwen Stanley, Becky Webber, Joan Hutchinson. Fourth row:
Steve Pistole, Neil Moore, Harry Wilson, David Carrol, Randy
Wilson, Tom Calloway, Mark Barnes, Roger Kohrs, Landon
Smith, Bob Hurley. Fifth row: Greg Horton, Steve Blake,
Ronnie Tuttle, Hank Ely, Van Baker.
Stimulating an interest in Latin and
broadening their scope of knowledge
of the Roman way of life, the Latin
Club members experienced another
successful year. Projects included the
presentation of two plays during the
year. The ancient Romans would be
proud of these members who cele-
First row U. to r.j: Yolanda Wurzer, secretary-treasurer, Donna Glover, - - -
project committee. Second row: Tim Janke, project committee, Denny brate the Roman traditions in todayis
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First row ll. to r.l: Kathy Carter, Janet Clein, Lynn Rawls,
Beth Pullen, Sue Dawson, Ann Lees, Ann Peller, Krissie Gallos,
Jo Ann Sulek, Sally Welch. Second row: Margaret Squires,
Christy Boles, Cindy Foltz, Robin Drawdy, Debbie Wolny,
Deborah Wood, Debbie Easter, Kay Townsend. Third row: Pat
Gaines, DeeAnn Smith, Marsha McNeely, Julie Covey, Ann
Rodgers, Vicki Baynes, Lee Eldredge, Patty Johnson. Fourth
row: Enid Isaacson, Dana Gray, Mary Elisha, Kathy Davey,
Bonnie O'Toole, Heather King, Sherrie McGee, Cathe Baker.
Fifth row: Carol Roe, Peggy Turner, Jane Ostwalt, Lou Ann
Hedrick, Sharon Tarrant, Janice Sams, Teri Lyon, Cynthia
Clontz. Sixth ow: David Daniel, Nick Covey.
Experiencing life in an inspiring culture
French club members fix a French stew.
A .JAR N3 'Av vided
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Officers: ll. to r.J: Terry Lyon, vice-president, Julie Covey, secretary
Sue Dawson, historian, Jo Ann Sulek, president, David Daniel, trea-
The purpose of the French Club is to promote
knowledge of French culture and civilization, to en-
gage in activities similar to those of the French
people, to give students further practice in oral
French and to engage in activities for vvhich class time
cannot be used.
The club has listened to French records and has
sung popular French and Canadian songs to improve
To become acquainted with French cooking, the
club held a French supper in December.
In the spring the club staged a fashion show and
had a tea. The purpose ofthe tea vvas to provide an
opportunity for the students to engage in French con-
The club had speakers who described French life,
education and art.
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First row ll. to r.i: Rita
Bennett, Sandy West, Rosie
Peeler, Joyce Parsons, Mrs.
Delgado, advisor. Second row:
Kim Hertwick, Mary Dolan,
Pam Lowry, Debbie l-lill. Third
row:, Cathy Petree, Kathy
Wilson, Debbie Tate, Mary
Sallie Flynt, Martha Shelton.
Fourth row: Skip Chinlund,
John Snell, Bill Highsmith.
Fifth row: Steve Lineback, Bill
Montgomery, Rick Weavil, ""
The goal ofthe Spanish Club is to
learn more about the culture, history
and importance to Americans of Latin
America and Spain. To achieve this,
the Spanish Club participates in pro-
grams, talks, and recreation intended
to explore these areas. Students in
Spanish III through V are encouraged
to join and become more familiar with
our Spanish-speaking neighbors.
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First row U. to r.j: Cheryl Moody, Jill Hodges, Cathy Kellam, Connie Tate,
Vicki Baldwin. Second row: Judy Parsons, Susan Bouvier, Jan Fulton,
Denise l-layes, Ricky Pardue. Third row: Karen Gillespie, Patty Callison,
Carol Isley, Mary Roper Osborne, Mike Smith. Fifth row: Pat Lineback,
Susan Bouvier, Linda Greiss, Bridget Linville, Anita McCarthy, Beverly
Osborn, Ronald Levy. Fifth row: Ann Spudis, Carl Moses, Phil Thrift,
Sharon Van l-loy, Morey Sheffer, Ken Phillips.
Frito bandito pauses after snatching some Fritos from a help-
Bucaramangan exchange students pose with their
"brothers" and "sisters"
Officers U. to r.j: John Snell and Rosie Peeler, co-vice-presidentsg
Joyce Parsons, secretary-treasurerg Bill Montgomery, president.
Everyone enjoys the Spanish Club fiesta.
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Supports all phases of library activities
First row ll. to r.i: Vicki Jones, Beverly Gordon, Julie Schultz, Ann Hutchins,
Sarah Clontz, Parn Campbell, Jane Yeats, Andrea Harding, Karen Lavvson,
Joyce lVliller, Libby Bramrner, Second row: Vicki Whitt, Helen Hamm, Cathy
Golf, Susan Adams, Denise Carter, Julia Jordan, Gin er Bal ' , Cindy
Fowler, Wayne Faulk, Tim Wilkins, Ed Knight, lVlik , ieen Jensen,
Judy Lambert, Jesse Hudsen, Eugenia Lanier, Sally Welch, Lu Ellen Nlclnnis,
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Officers ll. to r.j: Jackie Davis, president, Becky Hernsmith, vice-president.
Second row: Beth Morgan, secretary, Libby Brammer, treasurer.
66 Library Club
Library club members display microfilm pro
iector they purchased for the library.
First row U. to r.j: Gail Marsh, Carolyn Lanier. Second row: Teri Lyon,
First row U. to r.j: Lucy Ashburn, Sue Muto, Marilyn l-linson, Tony
Belton, Debbie Webb, Candy Kegarise, Kathy Edwards.
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Linda Lanier, Linda Beavers, Martha Jane Helms.
The primary objective of the Library
Club is to support all phases of library
activities. The club strives to promote in-
terest in books. The members learn the
many aspects of library vvork. The club
has sponsored many projects of benefit
to the school and community. This year
they bought two microfilm projectors.
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First row U. to r.j: Nick Covey, Bill Montgomery, Carl Nisbet, Bob Pfaff. Second row: William Hutchinson, Gordon Bell.
Literatu re is the TIM E of thought
U. to r.j: Ted Simpson, Gary Miller, Anne Spudis, Jo Anne
Sulek, Lee Anne Morgan.
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Early in the school year, the Mt. Tabor
Literary Society held a poetry and prose
contest. The contest vvas open to all stu-
dents. Entries were judged by Mr. James
Bunn, Cynthia Clontz, Gary Miller and Bob
Ptaff. The tvvo winning poetry entries were
chosen to appear in the ANANKE. Both
selections vvere vvritten by seniors.
Hand in hand
we walk together.
Mind to mind
we talk together.
Heart to heart
vve stand in Love.
Soul with soul
we will our love.
Behold, l needed
and thus I Love.
The main purpose of the Literary Society is to
read and discuss a number of books: classical, fiction,
non-fiction and modern selections.
The Literary Society has increased its membership
fourfold since the '68-'69 school year.
Last spring the Literary Society conducted the
first Prose and Poetry Writing Contest. The winning
entries and a large selection of poetry were published
in The lnkslinger's Songbook. This year the members
of the Literary Society conducted two contests with
a resulting publication for each. The Fall and Winter
Edition of the Songbook is published just before
Christmas vacation, and another edition comes out in
late spring. The winning poetry entry is published in
U. to r.l: Bill l-lighsrnith, Margaret Squires, Susan Bouvier, Kathy Pfaff, Fred Garvey.
i r U. to r.j: Ron Dula, Cynthia
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Clontz, Richard Gwyn, Martha
Jane Helms, Robert Brown.
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All Things Helpless
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I have seen a young bird Q I Q X E of .
On a white cloth upon the grass. X I I I Q I 1, I jig
He had fallen from a nest, and a man made careful I i I , ll ,l N
Use df his hands to help him. I I i I .I if
But the bird froze, after a time. I 3 I R
I never knew how he fell, I I i i I
Yet I knew of his death I t Y I I I it
And his little bones and pink neck. I . I . I
Nature is bigger than one life. .. I I 3 I , I ' R . I
Somehow, though, a bird's song seems different I i I I ,I I
now. I I I 1 I I I L I
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I have seenayoung child Q I i I I
On a white cloth upon the grass. 5 I I I I' ,I
He had fallen by a hut, and a man made careful I I L i !, 2 2
Use of his hands to help him. I g 1 I Q
Butthe childdied,afteratime. W I I 5 I I w I 'I
I never knew who shot him, I I I , 3 I I '
But I knew df his death I I g s , I I D I
And his tiny hands and dark eyes. i ' I I I
War is bigger than one life . .. '
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Officsrs til. to r.l: IVlr. Watterson, sponsor, Carl Nisbet, treasurer, Cynthia Clontz, secretary, Gary lVIIIIer, vice-president, G
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A stitch in TIME...
First row U. to r.j: Karen
Shimkouiak, Marsha Suharski,
Vicki Jones. Second row:
Cathy Cherry, Pam Cartner,
Janice Connor, Kathy Davey,
Lynn Moir, Patti Smith. Third
row: Eugenia Lanier, Carol
Haines, Sarah Clontz, Ann
Pace, Connie Hogue, Joyce
Miller, Libby Brammer,
Sammy Jochum, Linda Lanier,
Cecilia Wall, Carol Bullard,
Martha Jane Helms.
The aim of the
members of the
Club of Mt. Tabor is
to improve them-
selves by practicing
their abilities in
home and com-
The members held
two money raising
projects early in the
year. The first
project vvas a bake
sale. A Fall and Win-
ter Fashion Shovv
was' given in the
Officers il. to r.l: Glenda Bur-
nette, vice-president, Mrs. Wal-
trip, sponsor, Debbie Squires,
president, Becky Hernsmith,
assistant secretary, Mary
Dolan, treasurer, Sharon
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TIME is wisely spent in constructive endeavors
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lVlrs. Schroeder, D.E. Club sponsor, instructs stu- Induction of DE. Club OtflCerS.
dents in business techniques.
Newly inducted officers ofthe D.E. Club.
The D.E. Club combines school work with after-school jobs.
The club sells Area Code-Zip Code Directories as well as Tom-
Wat merchandise. The club held a shopping evaluation survey to
find out the buying habits of the lVlt. Tabor student body. A
fashion shovv, sponsored by the Anchor Company, was pre-
sented at school.
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Marilyn Key, D.E. Club Svveet
Officers ll. to r.j: Nancy
Johnson, reporter, Joe
Styers, treasurer, Margo
Duff, associate president,
Lynn Rose, secretary,
Bobby Scott, president,
Libby Wagoner, historian.
First row U. to r.j: Don
Tuttle, Mike Shumate,
Marilyn Key, Mike Masen-
cup, Gary Lloyd, Jerry
Moore, Margo Duff, Joe
Styers, Carolyn Mustin,
Debbie Wall. Second row:
Bob Simmons, Larry
Haines, Lynn Rose, Nancy
Johnson, Jerry Jennings,
Libby Wagoner, Debbie
Creson, Pam Cook, Arlene
Walker, David Delorenzo,
David Blalock, Barbara
Vestal. Third row: Martha
Phillips, Phil Sheek, Wayne
Stinson, Johnny Harold,
Mike Gough, Jim Mc-
Craney, Mel Blakley,
Byron Fulp, David Logan.
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First row U. to r.l: Donna Glover, Andi Reynolds, Teri Lyon, Jo Marvin, Carol Haines. Second row: Wes Church, Glenn Gravitt,
Tommy Holland, Lachie lVlacLachIan, John Bane.
TIME of creation, perfection and performance
At last they are leaving.
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Drama Club members appear on
The Theatrical Guild rehearses for the play.
"All the vvorld's a stage"-the Theatre
Guild encourages students to participate
in the cultural arts. The guild sponsors
plays throughout the year for the stu-
dents' enjoyment. The members of the
guild work to produce plays to promote
interest in drama.
Drama Club stars, Terri Lyon and Tommy Lachie serenadestlo Marvin and Donna Glover.
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I got rhythm! Teri Lyon makes her grand entrance.
First row il. to r.j: Bob Glover, Pam Sheppard, Teresa Bray, Vicki Jones, Helen Hamm. Second row: Jan Dow, Robert Hutchins, Tom
Allred, Ron Levy, Glenda Jordan.
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The Art Club's homecoming display represents a
dragon declaring, "Devour the rams!"
Creating beauty that
can withstand TIME.
The objective of lVlt. Tabor's Art Club
is to develop appreciation of art. To
achieve this objective this club visits a
variety of art shows and galleries. The
club provides art exhibits in school,
shopping centers and Salem Square. In
this vvay the club expands and stimulates
interest in art.
This year the Art Club made a home-
coming display, set up a Christmas art
sale and visited art shows at Salem Col-
lege and Wake Forest University.
Speakers were invited to demonstrate
different art materials and techniques.
A sidewalk art display vvas held at the
end of the year.
Debby Squires vvorks on the Christmas project.
Officers U. -to r.j: Linda Lanier, vice-president, Cheryl Moody, trea
surerg Dee L.igon, president, Patricia Nlobley, secretary.
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First row U. to r.j: Jo Marvin, Carla Wilmoth, Becky Sherrill
Kathy Edwards, Janet Reavis. Second row: Debbie Squires,
Kathy Schultz, Sharon Van Hoy, Dee Ligon, Eileen Jensen
Bev Pearson, Debbie Drummond. Third row: Bob March
Patricia Mobley, Linda Greiss, Cheryl Moody, Sylvia Roberts,
Jesse Hudson, Sara Moore, Pat Lineback, Teresa Bray, Linda
Miss l-louser helps art club
rnembers decide on attire
Our G.A.A. girls perfect skills
good sports having a great TIME
The.Girls' Athletic Association strives to A
provide egctra-curricular participation in ath-
letic activities. Each year the G.A.A. spon- l
sors the Powder Puff Football Game. This i
year the Frosh-Soph team vvon the game.
The girls participate in a state-wide play day
each year. The G.A.A. attempts to boost
sportsmanship and physical fitness.
GAA inductees portray various animals as part of
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Flynt, president. Second row: Pam Lowry, secretaryg balance beam pyramid
Laurie Covell, treasurer. ' '
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ticipation of first game.
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TIME for team effort
First row Il. to r.I: Bonnie O'Toole, lVlary Roper Ogborne, Laura lVlcNair, Jayne Nlazyck, Jeanine Roberts, Sharon
Sherrie Ingram, Bev Olson, Laurie Covell, Teresa Bray, Anita Tarrant, Kathy Popp, Gye-,Q Stanley, Ann Carter, Gail Dicker-
Pounds, Jan Gorlow. Second row: Vicki Ingram, Linda Lovell, son, Jane Ketner, IVlrs.Diday, Pat Gaines.
First row U. to r.I: Vicky Ingram, Linda Lovell, IVlary Roper Sharon Tarrant, Sherrie Ingram, 5Gail Dickerson, Ann Pace
Osborne, Laurie Covell, Jan Gorlow, Bev Olson, Anita Pounds, Happy Erickson, Jeanine Roberts, Jane Ketner.
Anita lVlcCarthy. Second row: Pat Gaines, Bonnie O'Toole,
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To boost Spartan spirit and friendly relation-
First row U. to r.l: Chris- 95""'
tine Stith, Lynne Thoma-
son, Bow Zarbock, Ann
Peller, Kathy Kellam, Jill
Hodges, Jo Ann Eldridge,
Vicki Baldwin, Karen
Phillips, Sally Welsh. Sec-
ond row: Candy Kegarise,
Cindy Foltz, Connie Tate,
Gloria Sneed, Bonnie
Marshall, Cynthia Butler,
Sarah Covell, Louise Prit-
The Pep Club works with zeal and
enthusiasm to boost school spirit. The
members wear blue uniforms with a
gold monogram on days of home
games. To finance its projects, the Pep
Club sells doughnuts and has bake
84 Pep Club
Officers ll. to r.J: Jill Hodges, vice-president, Sherry Shumate, president
Donna Reeves, secretary.
ships . . . in TIME of victory and defeat.
First row U. to r.l: Denise
Gentry, Debbie l-less,
Krissie Gallos, Denise Bass,
Vicki Baines, Kathy Davis,
Marsha Vogler, Diane Pike,
Mary Ann Tilman, Peggy
Turner. Second row:
Christy Amen, Vivian
Shoaf, Jane Ostwalt, Patsy
Moore, Annette Oehman,
Sherrie Ingram, Cathy
Baker, Carla Wilmoth,
Janet Clein, Carol Roe.
Third row: Carol Liven-
good, Dare Smith,
Kathryn Frick, Sherri
McGee, Kathy Frye,
Barbara Brocato, Marty
Van Etten, Laura Witner,
Cheryl Drodowski, Glenda
Burnette, Doris Mayberry,
Donna Reeves, Chandra
Pep Club in action: a skit during a pep rally.
The Pep Club sponsored Jimmy Miller's visit.
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"Two bits, four bits, six bits, a dollar . . .
"We got the blue, the gold, and that's all right!"
The enthusiasm of the Freshman
cheerleaders led the ninth grade football
and basketball teams to victory. These
girls work with the Varsity and Junior
Varsity cheerleaders in promoting school
"Go, go mighty Spartans!"
Cheerleaders ll. to r.l: Donna Church, Evie Milne, Kaye Stuart, Angie Rudroff, Sharon Simmons, Jane Harmon, Susan Doss, Debbie
Timmons, Linda Lewallen, Judy lVlacFarIand.
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Cheering the Junior Varsity Spartans to victory
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Spartan athletes receive enthusiastic J.V.
cheerleader support at "away" game.
With unfailing support, the Junior
Varsity cheerleaders, led by Bonnie
Marshall and Susie Shouse, boosted
the Junior Varsity team to many vic-
tories. The Junior Varsity cheerleaders
helped create school spirit at pep
rallies. They also spread interest in
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"Victory, Spartans, victory!"
Varsity cheerleaders strengthened school spirit through original cheers. Debbie Harmon, chief
In victory or defeat, the
Varsity cheerleaders injected
school spirit into the student
body at games and did an ex-
cellent job of boosting the
teams' morale. Leading cheers
was not the only duty of the
cheerleaders. They sold beat-
em tags to the students to
All interested junior or
senior girls tried out for cheer-
leading. A panel of teachers se-
lected 15 girls. These girls per-
formed at an assembly for the
student body. The students
then selected 9 of the finalists
as the Varsity cheerleaders.
The girls spent many hours
practicing to make our cheer-
ing squad one of the best.
90 V ty Cheerleaders
An ecstatic moment for Jo Ann Eldridge
at a home football game at North.
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Cathy Benton, co-chief Connie Myers
Paula Wesolovvski Jo Ann Eldridge Debbie l-larrnon and cheerleaders inspire
team support at pep rallies.
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Cheerleaders have a break at halftime, meeting
"Clap your hands and stomp your feet!"
Cheerleaders enjoy the halftime show.
Kathy Davis Cheerleaders could often be seen practicing after school,
Marionettes bring honor, prestige to Spartans
At the start of each
game, Nlt. Tabor's
Nlarionettes form the
"VICTORY V". It is a
symbol of spirit to en-
courage the boys on to
The lVlt. Tabor lVlarionettes has 41
members. These girls work hard to per-
fect their routines for the home football
games. The Nlarionettes also perform at
several of the basketball games.
ln August, the girls performed at the
Old-Timers' Game at Ernie Shore Field.
On December 7, the lVlarionettes
marched in the Charlotte parade. The
drill team also appeared in the Shrine
Bowl for the North-South All Star
Game. Soon after the lVlarionettes re-
ceived a special honor when Wake Forest
University asked the girls to perform at
the Wake Forest-Carolina game on
February 5. The IVlarionettes presented
two routines during the halftime cere-
monies. The game was broadcast on tele-
vision in three states.
Several of the juniors in the Marion-
ettes appeared in the Junior Talent
Show. Others participated in the Key
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First row U. to r.j: Debbie Tate, choreographerg Kathy Vessells, chiefg
Teresa Jones, co-chief. Second rovv: Suzanne Del.oach, sergeant-at
armsg Beth Verner, secretaryg Connie Tate, secretary. Third row: lVlarla
lVlclVlurray, historiang Ann Peller, treasurer.
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U. to r.i: Cecelia Nliller, Marsha lVlcNeely, Kathy Wilson, Glenda
U. to r.y: Martha Shelton, Anita Kyle, Beth Poindexter, Cathe
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U. to r.j: Karen Gillespie, Carol Shamel, Pam Westrick, Cynthia
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Senior members First row I to r Tom Pullen Terr John
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son, Skip Chinlund, Frank Austell, Barney Cline, Buzz
Zarbock, Steve Thornton, Greg Horton, Tyler Pace, Landon
Smith. Second row: Sam Morgan, Gary Thornton, John
Thornton, Roger Kohrs, Doug Arfmann, John Petree, Denny
Hurley, Steve Nicks, Bobby Reed, Tom Turner, Bill Payne.
Third row: Greg Wessling, Gary Grogan, Larry Rowland, Van
Baker, Jim Covington, Jimmy Williams, Neal Bedinger, Jay
Lucas, Tim Janke, Mike Bledsoe, Charlie White, Bill Fowler,
Bob Helton, Bill Raymer, Neil Moore, Tom Gizinski, Harold
Members of the Monogram
Club are active in all sports. The
organization sold doughnuts,
fl. to r.j: Ronnie Hoots, Sam Morgan, Bill Fowler.
cushions, Mt. Tabor stickers ---r
and license plates to support
the athletic program. The
Monogram Club has also purw
chased first-aid supplies for Mt.
Ta bor's athletes.
Underclass members-First row U. to r.l: Phil Chapman, Jeff Stewart, Thad Lewallen,
Randy Wilson, Skip Vessells, Steve Walker, Gary Rodiger, David Parks. Second row:
Ed Brenegar, David Freeman, Terry Ferguson, Jim Davis, Mike Jeziorski, Danny
Arrington, Scott Bowen, Ronnie Hoots, Gregg Bennett, Mike Andrews, Charlie
Knight, Dean Roberts. Third row: Wes Morgan, Wes Church, Jim Pulley, Chip Leaf,
David Dennard, Steve Blake, Tim Stevenson, Alva Parris, Benny Norman, John Bane
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Twirlers-Color guard support Marching Band
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Color guard members U. to r.l: Beverly Pearson, Sharon Crist, Carol Weatherly, Eloise Sills, Dona Bremer, Lee Penington.
Tvvirlers perform routine at halftime. .
Twirlers U. to r.J: Debbie Yuhas, Marilyn l-linson, Lynn Jones, Carol Brown,
National anthem and color presentation at home football game.
Color Guard-Tvvii lens 99
Marching Spartans perform in Shriners' Parade
First row U. to r.J: Marion Uhl, Sharon Crist, Dona Bremmer.
Second row: Fred Shoemaker, Neal Moore, David Simmons,
Peter Murgas, Gary Crist, Robert Fox, Jeff Murgas, David
Roddick. Third row: Janet Lavv, Janet Rhoades, Kathy
Gallagher, Leanne Morgan, Dean Walker, Fred Daniel, Ronnie
Rapier, Paul Wilson, Wesley Brooks, Wayne Wriglet, Henry
Birdsong, Richard Kistler, John Petree, Lynn Braun, Tom
Allred, Fourth row: Donna Fessler, Diane Vance, Jane Hughes,
Karen Bryan, Mary Gallagher, Joyce Gardner, Amy Huber,
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Janice Daugherty, John Long, Steve Wesolowski, Martin Leith,
Frank Surratt, Fleming Carrol, David Knight, Dirk Wilmoth,
Gary Gambrell-, John Kiger. Fifth row: Beverly Pearson, Eloise
Sills, Lee Pennington, Ron Levy. Sixth row: Carol Weatherly,
lan MacLachlan, Finlay Watts, Gregg Martin, Randy Loper,
Carl Moses, John Holland, Dick Shaffner, Jerry Kennedy,
David Stith, Ray Fuller, Craig Tharpe, Freddie Ingram, Chris
Clark, Mark Thompson, John Howard, Gordon Bell.
Ronald Levy, drum major.
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The Marching Band forms an "MT" on the field at
A regular practice on the speedball field.
Concert Band provides classical element
First row il. to r.i: Neal Moore, Fred Shoemaker, Lynn Braun,
John Howard, Keith Sloan, Robert Fox, Frank Surratt, Martin
Leith, Dean Walker, Jeff Murgas, David Roddick, Ron Dula,
John Holland, Mike Long. Second row: Randy Loper, Finlay
Watts, Steve Wesolowski, David Simmons, Janet Law, Dona
Fessler, Diane Vance, Karen Bryan, Mary Ann Gegenheimer,
Waco Knott, Marion Uhl, Lynne Thomason, Bill Smith, Mike
Moye. Third row: Ray Fuller, Bruce Radek, Henry Birdsong,
Gordon Bell, Janice Daugherty, Lee Anne Morgan, Mary Gal-
lagher, Jane Hughes, Ron Levy, David Knight, Dirk Wilmoth,
Fred Daniel, Ronnie Rapier, David Wriglet. Fourth row: Paul
Wilson, Peter Murgas, Gary Gambrell, David Stith, Dick
Shaffner, Benji Edwards, Wayne Remy, Cliff Straughn,
Richard Kistler, Chris Clark, Carl Moses, Tracy Teague, Doug
Fineberg, Don Huff, Jerry Kennedy.
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A-El Montgomery Steve Wallenhaupt
A TIME to recognize out
Vicki Farthing Suzanne Deloach
Buzz Zarbock Frank Austell
The National Honor Society's chief aim is
to recognize scholarship, leadership, service
and character in lVlt. Tabor's students by in-
ducting the juniors and seniors most out-
standing in all four of these qualities. Al-
though it is an honor organization rather
than a service club, the Honor Society is also
intended to encourage these attributes in the
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vvhole student body. Therefore, it engages in
such projects as tutoring underclassmen for
This year for the first time lVlt. Tabor's
l-lonor Society Chapter sent delegates to the
state convention of the National l-lonor So-
Joyce Gardner Joanne Sulek Julie IVlcCoIIunn Cynthia Clontz
Nick Covey Kathy Petree Lois Butner John Snell
Martha Jane Helms Joyce Parsons Linda Lanier Robert Brown
IVIr. Hardy awards inductees their gold pin.
Joanne Sulek and Joyce Gardner call up inductee Cynthia
Kathy Vessells Teri Lyon Kim Hertvvick Donna Giover
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The members of the coun-
cil encourage school spirit,
charter school clubs and hold
the Inter-Club Council. Stu-
dent council members strive to
maintain school rules and reg-
ulations through the student
court. Council members also
through co-operation between
the faculty and student body.
Members worked on home-
coming activities and school
clean-up days. The student
council held school spirit days
and school wide projects.
Several members attended the
Student Council Congress for
the spring elections meeting.
Freshmen Representatives: First row U. to r.j: lVlack Thompson, lVloe Waggoner, Lee Cart-
wright, Brian Jones, Randy lVlclVliIlian, Preston Parrish, Jeff Yarbrough, Christie l-lager, Allan
Cheek, Chip Livengood. Second row: Cathy Pfaff, Renee Adams, Susan Dawes, Kay Stewart,
Sharon Simmons, Laurie Hayes, Jane George, David Powers, Steve Shelton, Larry Poe.
S h R t t' : F'rst row U. to r.j: Jeff Briggs, Yates, Eugenia Lanier, Julie Covey, Dee Ann Smith, Marsha
Jgl2nOIlQE:ShesiEm:l?gn1 al-llolgier, 'Edwin Knight, Brent Hoots, lVlcNeely, Joy Smith, Anne -Phillips, -Patty Johnson, lVlary Ann
Debbie Radisch, Katie Ward, Jimmy Guill. Second row: Janet lVlcClean, Ginger Baldwin, Dianne Shirley, Sarah Covell.
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To lead and direct Spartan activities
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Junior Representatives:First row ll. to r.j: David Freeman, Stith, Linda Sorenson, Debbie Yuhas, Marsha Vogler, Kathy
Rex Kennedy, David Knight, Glenn Gravitt, Wes Morgan, Mike D3ViS, Cindy FOITZ. SUE Dawson. VlCkY 33Yf19S, Marla WIC-
Andrevvs, Dean Roberts, Mike Smith. Second row: Christine Murray, Annette Oehman, Andi Reynolds.
tatives: First row ll.
to r.j: Mike Bledsoe,
Laurie Goode, Rosie
Peeler, Teresa Jones,
Cathy Benton, Suz-
anne Del.oach, Beth
Verner, Kim Hert-
wick, Nick Covey.
Second row: Pam
Lowry, Dee Ligon,
Carol Shamel, Paula
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Second row: Mike lVloran,
vice-presidentg Greg Wess-
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To meet challenges as individuals
and asa team . ..
First row ll. to r.J: Joanne Sulek, Milrie Merchant, Janice
Sams, Dee Ligon, Debbie Squires, Linda Sorenson, Mary Sallie
Flynt, Kathy Vessells, Clare Woolley, Debbie Harmon, Suz-
anne Del.oach, Jackie Davis. Second row: Steve Wallenhaupt,
Greg Wessling, Bill Montgomery, Wes Morgan, John Bane,
Gordon Bell, Brant Hoots, Nick Covey, Jim Huste, Rick
l-lunter, Sam Morgan, Denny Hurley, Jay Lucas, Steve
Thornton, Mike Moran, Bob Scott.
The lnterclub Council is a direct function
of the Student Council. Its objective is to
coordinate all student and club activities. By
the process of monthly meetings, the council
sets up the calendar of events for that
The Interclub Council is composed ofthe
presidents of all the clubs. These students
work together to make the school year inter-
esting and profitable.
Promoting honesty and high principles
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First row U. to r.J: Sunny Shelton, Kathy Vessells, Patty Johnson. Second row: Buzz Zarbock Mike Moran,
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freshman class a
class Mt. Tabor can
be proud of novv
and in the future.
First row U. to r.j: Christie
Hager, presidentg Trippy
Second row: Debbie
Sharon Simmons, trea-
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Juniors looking forward with anticipation
The Junior class
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class. The junior
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prom to honor the
seniors. The of-
ficers of the junior
class strive to make
their class one of
First row ll. to r.j: Jill
Connie Tate, secretary.
Second row: Wes Morgan,
president: Alva Parris, trea-
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U. to r.j: Beth Verner, secretaryg Suzanne Deloach, vice-presi-
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The seniors will become tomorrovv's
leaders. Under the guidance of their officers,
they stand at the head of the Spartan force.
The seniors leave lVlt. Tabor with memories
of past TIIVIE. They vvill leave lVlt. Tabor in
the able hands of the underclassmen in the
knowledge that they will make the name of
the Spartan a name to be respected.
Guiding activities of the seniors at Mt. Tabor
The Senior Executive Council of lVlt.
Tabor acts as a guide in planning class pro-
jects and resolving problems of the senior
class. The council attempts to form class
ideas on graduation and honors. The council
members are chosen by each homeroom in
the senior class. The council represents the
class in the school and community.
First row U. to r.j: Debbie Harmon, Martha Shelton, Cathy
Chambers. Second row: Debbie Tate, Kim Hertwick, Susie
Phelps, Rita Bennett, Cecilia Miller. Third row: Tootie Thorn-
ton, Roger Kohrs, John Bolt, Steve Messick, John Snell.
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Spartans roll over Titans.
The 1969 football season was one of intermittant vic-
tory and defeat. The Spartans finished another successful
year with a 6-4 record despite a series of injuries to many
of our key players.
Mt. Tabor, led by Sam Morgan, Ronnie Hoots, Jim
Guill, and Kenny Lawson, started the football season
with successive victories over Elkin Q9-71, Reidsville
Q20-141 and Andrews Q14-OJ. Hit hard by injuries, the
Spartans experienced their first defeat which was to
Morehead KO-221. ln a spectacular team effort Mt. Tabor
bounced back by defeating East Randolph C31-61. How-
ever, the following week, riddled by injuries, the Spartans
fell to Madison-Mayodan.
The Spartans then prepared to meet their cross-county
rival, West Forsyth. With many of the key players still
supported by crutches, Mt. Tabor put the Titans down
with an excellent ground attack which was led by Morgan
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SAM MORGAN BARNEY CLINE
141-141. The Mt. Airy game was perhaps one of the best
high school games played this year. The Spartans played
well but lost in the final minutes of play Q14-221. Mt.
Tabor lost one of its last two games to Eorbush 13-141,
but ended the season on a positive note with a victory
over Starmount Q41-6J!
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Co-Captains: HAROLD JENSON, ROGER KOHRS
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Another victory for the "mighty Spartans!
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JAY LUCAS BOB HELTON Tl-lAD LEVVELLEN
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Team honors MTH with victories
Sam streaks for the touch-
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Coaches: IVIR. IVIILLER, IVIR. ALEXANDER, IVIR. HAYES-
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Fans take the field after a big victory.
RQNNIE HQQTS RUSTV IVICIVII 1-LAN Spartan bareiy escapes opponent's clutches.
GORDON BICKFORD SCOTT BOWEN
Coaches Alexander and Haveaeensider game Strategy- Spartan back is brought down after a Strong fight for
First row U. to r.l: Kenny Miller, Merle Lynch, Bill Graves,
Denny James, Craig Cook, Bill Miller. Second row: Charles
O'Toole, Jim Cranford, Randy Myers, Cort Nicks, Dan
DuRant, John Shelton, l-larry Wilson. Third row: Gary
Drennon, Tommy Chipman, Bobby Sparks, Pete Romanowski,
Steve Blake, John Furches. Fourth row: Coach Clemmer, Ken
Hauser, James Tucker, Joe Edmonds, Will Poindexter, Steve
Overby, Mark Shore.
Junior Spartans show promise
Victory! That's the word to describe the
Junior Varsity football season. With a record
of nine wins and one loss the JV's had the
best record yet of Mt. Tabor's junior varsity.
The boys came in second in the conference.
The defense allowed only four points per
game, the best in the conference. Defense was
led by Will Poindexter, Bobby Sparks, Bill
Miller and Ken Hauser.
Steve Overby was the high scorer of the
offense. Jim Cranford and Court Nicks also
played well offensively.
The games against Mt. Airy and Elkin were
especially exciting. Mt. Tabor's Junior Varsity
team was the only team to beat Elkin. Elkin's
team had a thirty-three game winning streak.
Our Spartans broke Elkin's winning streak in
an exciting game: Mt. Tabor 14-Elkin 12. In
four games, the JV's scored crushing victories.
Twice the team scored over 50 points.
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Mt. Tabor Junior Varsity Football Scores
High Point Andrews 8
East Randolph O
West Forsyth 14
Mt. Airy 6
MT. TABOR OPPONENTS
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Freshman football team and coaches.
The freshman team finished its season
with three vvins and three losses. The fresh-
men showed great potential. The team vvas
led by many outstanding boys. Bill Shields,
David lVliller, Trippy Gentry, Tommy Den-
nard, Robert Patterson and many others dis-
played good sportsmanship in victory or
defeat. The freshmen players vvorked hard to
increase their skill and prepare for next year.
Freshman coach gives pre-game directions.
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Mt. Tabor makes clean sweep of West
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First row U. to r.l: Tim Stevenson, Dean Roberts, Mark Allen, Second' row: Bill Parsley, Rusty McMillan,
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Our team this year is very small and inex-
perienced. The conference we are playing in this
year is definitely one of the toughest in the state.
Despite our record this year our boys have
worked extremely hard, in times of adversity they
have never quit. Coach Pardue said he never
coached a group of young men who have given
any more of themselves than this team has.
They've amazed Coach Pardue with their ability
and intestinal fortitude to bounce back after a
defeat and give 1OO per cent. We've had several
boys who have contributed a great deal to this
team: Gregg Bennett, Mark Allen, Mike Jeziorski,
Jim Guill, Denny Hurley, Tim Stevenson, Dean
Roberts, and Steve Thornton. All of our players
have made their contributions. lt's a team that
absolutely will not, and has not, quit. When a
team give a 100 per cent game a coach cannot ask
for any more.
Mark Allen, in true Spartan form.
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JIIVI PULLEY BILL PARSLEY
Coaches Pardue and Hayes
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1969-1970 Varsity Basketball
T. Wingate Andrews 95
Mt. Airy 34
T. Wingate Andrews 58
E. Randolph 60
Jimmy Guill jumps high.
TIM STEVENSON RUSTY IVICIVIILLAN Jez slips by forthe lay-up
Spartan Cagers give 1002
Managers Wes Church, Jim Covington, David Knight. Gregg puts one in from the foul line.
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JV Spartans squash Reidsville, 70-59.
The Junior Varsity basketball team under
the leadership of Coach Morris played many
outstanding games. The team learned to
vvork together, to accept challenge, victory,
and defeat. The Spartans over Reidsville,
70-59, was one ot the best games. Even
though the Junior Varsity team was defeated
by Morehead, 53-52, they played a fine
game. The team has many outstanding
players: Bob l-lurley, David Thornton,
Trippy Gentry, Mike Toma, John Shelton,
Wes Morgan, Sam Bickford, and David
Roberson. The Junior Varsity players proved
to be a fine and capable team that gave all
games their best, vvhether in victory or de-
Randy Thompson puts up tvvo points for the Spartans.
First row U. to r.l: Wes Morgan, John Shelton, Bob Hurley,
Roy Choquette, Trippy Gentry, David Thornton, Marc
Callahan, Scott Bowen. Second row: Gary Roediger, Robert
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Gizinski, David Roberson, David Porter, Mr. Morris.
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Sam Bickford shoots over opponent in home game. Bob Hurley puts one up for Mt. Tabor.
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First row ll. to r.l: Sammy Davis, Danny Pounds, Steve Harris, row: Mr. Miller, Steve Shelton, Mike Parsley, Mike Moye, Tom
Clint Petree, Brian Jones, Tim Renegan, Bill Shields. Second Dennard.
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Spartan sluggers show baseball prowess
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First row il. to r.l: Bill Payne, Tim Stevenson, Terry Yoder, Grout, Bill Norris, John Petree, John Shelton, Wes Morgan,
Steve Riddle, Mike Andrews, Tommy Arrington, David Park, Gary Thornton, Neil Moore, Benny Norman, Tom Gizinski,
Steve Thornton, Mike Stewart, Mike Jeziorski. Second row: Van Kiger, Coach Nail,
Coach Morris, Jack Newsome, Manager, Dean Roberts, Wes
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Varsity Baseball 137
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Mt. Tabor's baseball team had a
record of eleven wins and seven losses
in the 1969 season. The team tied
second in the District 5, 3-A Confer-
ence. Wes Grout was the leading
hitter. The Most Valuable Player of
1969 was Steve Riddle. Van Kiger was
the best pitcher. Among the other
outstanding players are Dean Roberts,
Mike Jeziorski, Benny Norman, Gary
Thornton, Steve Thornton, Tim
Stevenson, John Petree and Bill
Norris. Two of the most exciting
games of the season were the games
against Morehead and Reidsville.
Coach Morris is looking forward to
another successful season next year.
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Conference champion distance runner,
Our cross-country team had
a very successful year. We have
never lost a conference meet
since vve started a cross-country
team tvvo years ago. We quali-
fied tvvo boys fSteve Walker
and Fred Garveyl for this year's
state meet. Our prospects of de-
fending our conference cham-
pionship next year look out-
standing. Some of this year's
outstanding cross-country mem-
bers vvere: Fred Garvey, Steve
Walker, Robert lVlarch, David
Carroll, John Lottis, Mark
Fisher, Gregg Bennett.
Coach Pardue assigns places to cross-country runners.
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The cross country team represented Mt Tabor well
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First rovv ll. to r.j: Terry Ferguson, Tertius Keiger, Randy
Brannock, Steve Nicks, Doug Arfmann, Larry Brown, Phil
Chapman, Steve Walker, Danny Arrington, Randy Feher,
ford, Steve Blake, Merle Lynch, Robert Nlarch, Neil lsgett.
Third row: John Bane, Bill Vance, Tom Brown, Tom Garvey,
lvlarion Smith, Bill lvliller, Fred Garvey, Randy Parks, David
Carroll, Stokey Gatevvood, Tornrny Dennard, Morris Jones,
David l-lumes. Second row: Kapp Ogburn, Jim Davis, Ronnie
Hoots, Sam lVlorgan, Will Poindexter, Harry Wilson, Jim Cran-
Coach Hayes shouts encouragements to Danny
Arrington and Steve Walker as they vvin the mile
relay against lvlt. Airy.
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l-lead Track Coach Ken l-layes poses with Ronnie
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First row U. to r.j: Roy
Choquette, Rob lVleans,
Skip Vessells, Randy
Wilson. Second row: Tim
Janke, Larry Rowland,
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third flight man, Larry Rowland.
Conference champion, Skip Vessells, serves to Larry Rowland.
I-larold Jensen serves in perfect form. Tim Janke returns serve with a forehand.
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First row ll. to r.l: Rob DuRant, Tom Garvey, Bill Fowler,
Ken l-lauser, Jay Lucas, Bill Vance. Second row: Buzz Zar-
Ken Lawson faces off West opponent at home match.
The wrestling program at lVlt. Tabor
seems to be building on a solid foun-
dation. This year the Spartans had 45 l
boys participating. T
The conference tournament was held
at IVlt. Tabor this year. l-lats off to the
wrestling team for a job well done!
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IVlt. Tabor wrestler gains two points
JV scrappers spend afternoons at practice. for near pin.
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vised. The freshmen learned what it
meant to go to a senior high school. The
underclassmen began to explore a vast
realm of knowledge and to realize how
little they really comprehend. All stu-
dents gained strength of character and
the ability to choose the direction for
The seniors have conquered their
doubts, chosen their goals and are pre-
paring for their future when they will be
participants, not just spectators, in
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Lesa Lynn Bruce
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Nancy Chambers 'swf
Frances Lynn Jones
Lee Anne Morgan
Mary Lou Watson
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Mary Roper Osborne
Jeanne Park '
Geneva Parsons ,
Dee Ann Smith
, Gwen Stanley
Sharon Van Hoy
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121543 Johnny Waddell
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TIME to reflect
Jo Ann Eldridge
Lou Ann Hedrick
Mary Margaret Nicholson
Mary Ann Tilman
Marty Van Etten
. . to go forward
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DOUGLAS THOMAS ARFMANN
Senior Service Club 3,45 Monogram Club 2,3,4g Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4g Wrestling 2,3g Track l,2,3,4g Basketball
lg Weight Lifting 4g French Club 3: Math Club 4:
Sword and Shield 1.r l
SHELLEY JEAN ARMSTRONG
Sword and Shield 3.
LUCY MAY ASHBURN
Library Club 1,2,3,4g Senior Girls' Club 4g Latin
HANS JURGEN AUBUCHON
Football 1,21 C.Y.C. 3--treasurerg Latin Club 3,4g
Math Club 4g Sword and Shield 4-Circulation Man-
FRANK SPARGER AUSTELL
National Honor Society 3,4g Monogram Club 2,3,4'
Football Manager 1,2,3,4g Latin Club 4.
A VAN LEE BAKER F
Senior Service Club 3,4p Hi-Y 1,2g Monogram Club
3,45 Basketball 2g Football 35 Latin Club 2,3,4.
JGHN GREATHOUSE BANE ill l
lnterclub Council llg Monogram Club 2,3,4g Football
1,2,3,4g Wrestling 1,2g Track 2,1-3,45 Chorus l--vice-
presiclentg Drama Club 3,4-president: Sword and
Shield 4-News Editor.
NEAL ALAN BARNSWELLT
ROTC Drill Team 1,2g Drill Team Club 1,25 Distribu-
tive Education Club 3.
TIME to remember
STEPHEN GRAY BEAMER
Hi'Y 2,3g Sword and:ShieIol4. ,
A l A LlNDA LEA BEAVERS
Pep Club 3g Latin Club 2,3,4.
NEAL ANDERSON BEDINGER ill
Student Council lg Senior Service Club 3,45 Mono-
gram Club 2,3,4: Basketball Manager 2,35 Bus Driver
STEPHEN WILLARD BEESON
RlCHARD GORDON BELL
Basketball 15 Literary Society 3,4-presidentg March-
ing Band 2,3,4-Drum Captaing Concert Band 1,2,3,4.
Student Council 1-President 3g Senior Executive
Council 49 Hui Kokua Service Club 33 Cheerleader lg
FHA lg Dramatics 35 Spanish Club 4.
CATHY JEAN BENTON
Student Council 3,4g Pep Club 2,35 Anchor Club 3,4g
Girls' Athletic Associalion 1,2,3,4g Varsity Cheer-
leader 2,3-Co-chief, 4-Co-chiefg French Club 1,2,3g
Math Club 4.
I MICHAEL WAYNE BLEDSOE
Student Council 1,45 Monogram Club 2,3,4g Basket-
ball Manager 2,3g Track Manager 2.
Gymnastics Club 3g Girls' Athletic Association
1,2.3.4g Varsi? Cheerleader 3g Marikvnettes 25 French
' ELJAOHN-'HARVRY BOLI, JR4
Senior Executive Council 4g Student Council 3g Key
Club 2,3-Board of Direclzcrg, 4--Treasurerg Basket-
ball 1: Spwgish Cu-iggiizii Bufgggprlverggfl, gg r
JANICE DEE BOWLING i
PepbClub,2,3p Girlie' Athlelgic lASSQCiation5,Z,b3,4g
keibail Sgblviarioneiftes 25 Gheeirleaeder 1: French Club
3: Home Economics Club 4,
DAVID CALVNXI BRAQFORQ C
Senior Service Club:3,4-Mice Preggirclents Wfestling
Track 1,239CWeightiLiftinQf2: Bus Driver 3,4. r
DEBOQAH JEAN BRANN i i ieii
Student Council 3:,Pep Club 1,2: French Celeb 1,2.
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Library Clube 35 Pep Clube icc 35 Girls' Athieltric Assoeif
ation 1,2g Color Guard 45 Drama Club 3.
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i riri CLINUSEYCCFRCANKEQICN BRiEiWERZfJR.
Student Ceuncil 1,2g Hi-Y 32,3,4g Baseball LZ: Track
M ager 2 Bus Driver 3 4
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Pisanv WAYNE BROWN
Cross Country'2ig Basketball 34 Driverf2,3,4. A
ROBERT MURRAY BROWN
Hi-Y 2,3,4: National Honor Society 45 Literary So-
ciety 2,3,4p Spanish Club 2,3,4g History Club 4.
CAROL ANNE BULLARD
Library Club 3,4p Home Economics Club 4.
LOIS ELIZABETH BUTNER
French Club 21 Ananike Staff 3--Assistant Literary
Editor, 4-Literary Editor, National Honor Society 4.
PHILIP G. CALABRITTO
Young American Awardg Library Club 3g Reynolds
Toastmaster Club 3-Speaker of the year.
FRANK EUGENE CARSON
Track 2: Bus Driver 3.4,
Student Council 1,2,3yg Senior Ealcecutiveriflouncil 4g
Anchor Club 2,3,4-Chaplaing Y-Teens Ig Pep Club
2,35 Junior Marshal 35 National Honor Society 3,45
Homecoming Court 4: Gymnastics Club 2,3p Girls'
Athletic Assocation 1,2,3,4g Freshman Cheerleader 15
auger Varsity Cheerleader 25 ,Varsity Cheerleader
CATHE LYNNE CHERRY
Pep, Club 2,3g Girls' Athletic Association 3,45 Mario-
nettes 4: Basketball 35 french Club 3.
HARVEY BENNER CHINLUND JR. I
Monogram Club 3,45 m Football 3,4giyTrack 1,2,3,biEfgeb
Spanish Club 3,4. A
A DEBRA KAY CHURCH I
Pep Club 1,2,3g Tutorial Society 4g Girls' Athletic
Association 1,2,3-Secretary, 4--Treasurer.
I WADE HAMPTON CLAYTON
Malh Club 4. LA i
AY ALLISON CLINE
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Latin Club 3,4g Math Club 45 Senior Girls' Club 44 A A
QUENTIN BERNARD CLINE, JR.
Senior Executive Council 4g Key Club 3,45 Monogram
Club 2,3,4p F.C.A. 3,4g Football 1,2,3,4p Baseball lg
Wrestling 2,3g Track 2,3. C
CYNTHIA ELIZABETH CLONTZ I I
Student Council 3gPep Club 2: Tuiixflal Society,4f:'b
National Honor soeigfy 4, Marlene-mes 3,43 Drama
Club 2,43 French Cfub 3,43 Lafihfliub 4: Liilefalfyl
Society 3-Secretary, 4--Secretary.
PAMELA GAYCECOOK II
Distributive Education Club 4. I
ALICE LUNETTE COOKE I
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LAURIE JEAN COVELL
Library Club 1: Tutorial Society 4g Girls' Athletic
Association gl,2,3,4f-Treasurer: .Speeciball 4-Captaim
Basketball 3,4g Volleyball 3,-4g Softball 4g Tennis 41
French Club 2,3.
lVlARKNlCH.OLA5 COVEY it y
lnterclub Council 45 Student 'Council 1,4g Library
Club 3g Key Club 3,4g Hi-Y 2g Tutorial Society 4g
French National Honor Society 25 National Honor
'Society 4, Prenclwciub-1,2,3,1if Mafia Clubi'4--Presl-
dentg Literary Society 49 School Orchestra 1-Li-
brarian, 2-Librarian, 3.
' JAMES THOMAS COVINGTON, JR.
'Q Monogram Club 2,3,4g F.C.A. 3,4g Basketball Man-
ager 2,3,4: Sword and Shield 45 Bus Driver 4.
DANNY LEE CREWS
SHARON LElGH CRlST h
Library Club 2,3,4g Girls' Athletic Association 1:
Color Guard 4.
DAVID TAYLOR DANIEL
Junior Class Council 3g Tutorial Society 4g National
Honor Society 4gyN.S.F.-S.S.T.P. Ohio State Uni-
versity Math Seminar 34 Track 1,2g Band lg Math
Club 4-Vice-Presidentg French Club 4-Treasurer:
History Club 4-Vice-President: Ananke Staff 4-
Proofreaderg Sword and Shield lg Who's Who 4.
JACKlE CAROLYN DAVIS
interclub Council 4g YfTeens 3,4-President: Library
Club 3.4-Presidentg Pep Club 35 Homecoming Spon-
sor 4g Softball 2,33 Basketball 35 L.atinClub 2,3,4.
DEBORAH SUZANNE DELOACH
lnterciub Councit 2,3: Student Council 1,2,3-Trea-
surer,'4g Senior Ciass Vice-president 4: Senior Execu-
tive Council 4g Anchor Club 3,4g Pep Club 2,35 Na-
tional Honor Society 3,4g Cheerleader 1--Co-chiefg
Junior. Varsity Cheerleader 2.430-Chiefg Nlafionettes
3,4--Sergeant of armsg Girls' Athletic Association
1-Secretary, 2-Secretary, 3,4g Drama Club 2: Sword
:and Shield r1,2-Assistant editor, 3-Assistant editor,
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MARY MCA Reiiiiaar DDLACIQ
Pep Club 3g Girls' Athletic Association 1,2,3,4g His-
tory, Club 45 Home Economics Clubfl-Treasurerp i,o
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Areonautics' Club 2-Presidentg Journalism Club 1:
Panther Paws 1-Sports editorg Bus driver 2,3,4.
DEBORAH IRENE DRUMMOND
Library Club 2,33 Sfzholastiixzs Art Awardi Eoinalist 3g
Girls' Athletic Association 1,2,3p Art Club 344.
MARGO SUE DUFF
lnterclub Council 3g Y-Teens 1,2--Vice-president,
3-President: LatinfClub -3gfDistribultive Education
Club 4--Associate president.
ROBERT HARE DURANT
Hi-Y 2,3,4g Football 1: Wrestling 3,4g Baseball 1gBlsS
Driver 2,3,4r:r i lii K
HAROLD DENNlS EDWARDS D
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Library Club 1,25344-ViceqiiesidentigfilC45 Senior Girlfls
Club 4-Sergeant of Armsg Senior Marshal 3: Home-
coming Court 4-g Sophomore representative of
AVFQDKG Cam 2:ii,5f-WOF,,F2,PVe59Y'li1i1iV9 fzfriirifknanilaa
court 4, iefirzs' Athletic Association 1,2532 Marinas
nettes 2,3,-4: Art Club 3,45 Latin Club 2,3g4g Jour-
nalism Club 4g Sword and Shield 4.
a iai MARSHALLCCCHARLES ieii
lifreyhman football Ig iLatin"Club 3:iSword'an8 Shield
. to try
HENRY HOWARD ELY
Basketball lp Latin Club 3,45 Sword and Shield 1.
VlCTORiA LEE FARTHING
Senior Executive Council 4g Senior Class Treasurer 4g
Student Council 31 Anchor Club 3,4g Spanish Club
2,3--Vice-presiclentg Nlarionettes 2,3g National Honor
Society 3,4-Secretary-Treasurer: Girls' Athletic
Association 1,25 Sword and Shield 1.
DEBORAH RUTH FLEIVIING
Pep Club 2,3g Girls' Athletic Association 1,2,3g Cheer-
leader lg Junior Varsity Cheerleader 2g Varsity Cheer-
leader 33 French Club 35 Art Club 3-Secretaryg Jour-
nalism 2g Student Council 1,2,
MARY SALLIE FLYNT
Student Council 3,45 lnterclub Council 3,4g Pep Club
2,3p Nlarionettes 24 Spanish Club 3,45 Girls' Athletic
Association 1,2,3-President, 4-Presidentg Volleyball
3-Captaing Basketball 3.
WlLLlANl VARN FOWLER
Junior Class Council 35 Senior Service Club 4-Chap-
laing National Honor Society 4g Monogram Club
2,3,4-Secretaryg F.C.A. 3-Secretary: Track 2,35
Football 2,3,4g Wrestling 2,3,4p Concert Band 1.
ANNE MARIE FRlNZl
Student Council 2g Vice-president of Homeroom 3g
Pep Club 1,2,3g Library Club 4g Nlarionettes 3g Girls'
Athletic Association 2,35 C.S.lVl.C. 4.
SUSAN REBECCA FULCHER
Senior Girls' Club 3,4-Vice-presidentg Art Club:
Sword and Shield 1,4,
BYRON LEE FULP
Baseball Manager 25 Distributive Education Club 1,2.
MANUEL JORDAN GALLOS
Hi-Y 2,3,4g Cross Country 2g Basketball 1,2.
MARILYN JGYCE GARDNER ,
National HOUQI Socie'cy.g3,4g Latlngillub 3,4i5LLli?a1!lafh
Club 4-Secreitaryg Marching Band 2,3,4s L ff A
' FRED KESLER GARVEY in
F.C.A. 3,4g Track 1,2,3,4g Cross Country 3,4H-cap-
farm Latin Club 2,3g Literary Society 4.
MARY ANN GEGENHEiMER
Library Club lp Senior Girls' Club 4g Home Eco-
azozmgici Club 45 Marching Band 1,2,3: Concert Band
MICHAEL STEVEN GENTLE
Senior Service Club 2,3:Football 1QBand 1,25 Wrest-
ling 3,4g Weight Lifting 3,4. A l
THOMAS STEPHEN GlZlNSKl
Hi-Y 2-Treasurer, 3-Secretary, 43 Monogram Club
3,43 Proni Page 1: Basketball 1,3,4g Cross Country
3,45 Baseball 1,3,4. ,l
DONNA LOUISE GLOVER
National Honor Society 4g Drama Club 1,2,3,4-Trea-
surerg Wireless Association 15 Latin Club 3,45 Music
Club 1,2g Orchestra lg Junior Orchestra 2: Girls' Ath-
fiic Association 1,25 Film Club Zgfiword and Shield
' JANET LYNN GoLlc-si-:TLV A
C f LAUFUE ELAINE GOODE
Student Council 3,43 Marionettes 2,3,4g Latin Club
1,2,3,4g Math Club 4.
JAN MASON GORLOW
Tutoral Society 45 Girls' Athletic Assocation 1,2,3,4g
Volleyball 3,4g Speedball 43 Basketball 44 Softball 4g
4' Tennis 45 National Honor Society 4.
MICHAEL GRAY GOUGH
Distributive Education Club 3,4.
GARY LEECH GROGAN
Senior Service Club 2,3,4-Secretary-Treasurerg Foot-
ball 4g Wrestling 2,3,4g Track 2,3.
JANE LEWIS GROGAN
Junior Class Council 35 Pep Club 2.3: Girls' Athletic
Association 1,2g Journalism 2,3g Sword and Shield
2-Associate editor 3.
JOSEPH ANDRES GUTIERREZ
Hi-Y 3,4-+Vice-presldentg Basketball 19 Baseball lg
Bus Driver 3,4.
Spanish Club 25 Drama Club 3, 4-Vice-president:
Home Economics Club 4.
LAWRENCE NEWTON HAINES
Distributive Education Club 3-Historian, 4.
DEBORAH ANN HARIVION
Sophomore Class Vice-President Zi Junior Class Vice-
Presicglent 33 Seniomlizcecutive Cousrncil 44 Anchor: Club
3,43 Pep Club 2,34 Junior Marshal Chief 3QfHome-
coming Queen 4g Key Club Sweetheart Court 33 Girls'
Athletic Association 1,2,3,4g Cheerleader 1-chiefg
Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,4-chief: Gymnastics Club
A JOHNGRAYSON HARRIS
HivYif12a Senior Service Club 3,41p'Basketball .l ' Base-
ball 1,2g-Bus DriVerf2,3,4. '
JOHN SHERMAN HARROLD ill
Bus Driver 47 Distributive Education 4.
TONY GRAY HARTMAN
Football 1,2g Wrestling 25 Track 2g Bus Driver 3,4.
HANS JACOB HAVEN
Chess Club 34 Math Club 4.
GAYLE KATHRYN HEATHERSHAW
Pep Club 3: Homeiconomics Club 4g Concertflhoir
1,2,3glChorus 1,2,3. L 1
MARTHA JANE HELMS
Library Club 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 3: National Honor
Society 4: Literary Society 3,49 Spanish Club 2,3g
Homeyliconomics Club 4.
llros. ROBERT LEE HElL.TON JR.
EeRigr4Service Club 3,45 Monogram Club 3,4g Foot-
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'REBFfCCA Louise HERNSNHTH
V-Teens 15 Library Club 3,4--Vice-Presidentg Home
Economics Club 4. y V, ,
KINIBERLEY ANN HERTWECK S
Student Council 1,2,3,4g Senior Class Council 4,
Anchor Club 3,45 Pep Club 33 National Honor Society
45 Girls' Athletic Association 1,2535 Spanish Club 4.
Wi LLIAM RUSSELL HIGHSNHTH
Footbail 1,23 Wrestling 13 Literary Society 49 Spanish
Club 3,4g Chess Club 3,4g Math Club 4.
DEBORAH LORRAlNE HILL
Spanish Club 3,43 Chorus 1.
MARILYN lDA HINSON
Homeroom officer lg Senior Girls' Club 4, Majorette
4g Library Club 3,44 French Club 25 Sword and Shield
CONSSTANCE LEIGH HOGUE
Library Club 3,4g Home Economics Club 4, Chorus 1.
,THOMAS WlLSON HOLLAND
'frank Team 14: Drama Club 4, Announcer for Band 45
Sword and Shield 1,2,3,4-Feature Editor, School
4 GREGGRY LAWRENCE HORTON
Monogram Club 2,3,4g Baseball l,2,3g Latin Club 4g
Sword and Shield 1.
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FREDERICK MATTOCKS JORDAN
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JESSE WlLLlAM KEGARlSE
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BARBARA JANE KETNER ,
Tutorial Society 4g National Honor Society 4g Girls'
Athletic Associaton 2,3,4g Volleyball 3,45 Softball 43
Varsity Basketball Manager 3,45 Speeclball Manager 4
Math Club 4g French Club 2,3.
MARILYN ELAINE KEY
Y-Teens 1,,2g Sophoteers 25 Spanish Club 25 Dis-
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4 C ,JAMES WACO KNGTT
SHE-Y 2,3,45i.rConcert Bane 2,3,4p Marching Bandg2g3:
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ROGER DERlCK KOHRS
Citizen's Advisory Committee 4g Senior Executive
Council 4: Senior Service Club 3,45 Monogram Club
V, 2,3,4g. National Honor Society 4g Fellowship of
Christian Athletes 34 Football 2,3 4-Co Captain
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CAROLYN SMITH LANIER
Library Club 1,3,4g Y-Teens 4: 'Girls' Athletic As-
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LINDA ANN LANIER L
Marionettes 29 Spanish Club-2,35 Art Club 3,4-Vice
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STEVEN FRANK LEWIS
Literary Society 2,3.
DELIA ANNE LIGON
Student Council 4: lnterclub Council 4g Library Club
2,3g Girls' Athletic Association 1,2,3,4-'Vice-Presb
dentg Gymnastics Club 3: Basketball Manager 3: Latin
Club 3,41 Art Club 3-Vice-President, 4-President.
STEVEN ROBERT LINEBACK
Fellowship of Christian Athletes 45 Junior Varsity
Basketball 2g Cross Country 35 Basketball lg Spanish
GARY ANTHONY LLOYD
Student Council 25 Senior Service Club 1--Vice-Presb
clentg Cross'Country 2g Football 15 Bulldog Staff lp
Distributive Education Club 4.
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Wrestling 2: Distributive Education Club 3,45 Bus
lVlARGlE BETH LONG
Library Club 1.
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PAMELA ,lc ,SUE LOWRY
Student 'Councif'1,2,3,4i5 Pep Grub 2,35 Maricxinettes
2,3,4g Softball 3-Captaing Girls' Athletic Association
2, Sjcouncil, 4-Secretaryg Journalism Club 1,2,3g
'7' JOHNS FINLEY LUCAS JAR 'IV'
Junior Class Council 3: lnterclub Council 43 Senior
Service Club 2,3,4--President, Monogram Club 3,4g
Fellowship of GihlristiansQ,sAthIetes 3,4:r,EFootbaflgl-1,44
Wrestling 1,2,3,4': Trackl2,3,4g Weight Lifting 3,4.
TERI VICTORIA LYON
Library Club 2,3,4: National Honor Society 4gGirls'
Athletic Association 3,45 French Club l,2,3,4-Vice-
President: Drama Club 2,3,4-Secretary, Sword and
Shield 3, 4-Art Editor.
Drama Club 3,4g History Club 4g Sword and Shield
BARBARA LYNN MARCH
Senior Girls' Club 4g Marionettes 2,3,4q Gymnastics
Club 35 Girls' Athletic Association 1,25 Sword and
SUSAN GAIL MARSH
Library club 1,2,3,4.
VlCKl DUNSTAN MARTIN
Softball 2,35 Basketball 2,3g Girls' Speedball 2,3g
Spanish Club 3. .
NANCY JO MARVIN
Pep Club 3, Art Club 3,4g Drama Club 4.
Basketball 35flVIath CIub22j4-
JULIE ANNE McCOLLUM
Student Council 35 lnterclub Council 25 Pep Club 25
Y-Teens 15 NationaI.Honor Society 3,45 Spanish Club
2-flfigesident, Garls15Athletic55flssociatl5g n 1
Distributive Education Club 3,4.
I .IO ANNE McDONALD 5
Senior Girls' Club 45 Gymnastics Club 35 Girls' Athf
letic Association 3,4.
SARAH ELLEN MCGLAMERY ll
Senior Girls' Club 45 Marionettes 2,3,45 Girls' Athletic
THOMAS CLYDE McNEIL
Band 15 Chorus 2,35 Bus Driver 354.
, MILDRED MARIE MERCHANT
Interclub Council 4-Rfecording:fiSecretary5r Pep Club
35 Girls' Athletic Association' 1,2,35 Latin Club
RONALD STEPHEN MESSICK
Senior Executive Council 45 Key Club 3,455lVlonograrnc
Club 2,3,45 'Football 'manager "2,3,45 Slzianish Club
2,3+Treasurer5 Drama Club 2,35 Journalism Club 2,35
All City-County Youth Orchestra 2,35 Governor's
'GARY ROBERT MILLER
lQ5lIIif4Qp.I5 ilie cEcu.iA EVANS MILLER
SEI?iQr55ifExecu,tive Council'45 Pep Club 35 Marionettes
g3E432TLlun'iorfMarshaI 35 Latin Club 3-Secretary, 4.
lHiiQY,5fi2+9Cl1aplain 35 Library Club 1,25 Latin Club
.2I,3f5i4i2 History Club 45 Math Club 45 Literary Society
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WILLIAM AARON MONTGOMERY
lnterclub Council 3,45 Tutorial Society 45 National
Honor Society 3,4-President5 Literary Society
2-President, 3-President, 45 History Club 45 Spanish
Club 2,3,4-President5 Sword and Shield 1,4-Book
reviewer5 Ananke Staff 4-Proofreader5 Who's Who 4.
JERRY VESTAL MOORE
Senior Service Club 2,35 Distributive Education Club
45 Bus Driver 3,4.
ROY NEAL MOORE, JR.
Hi-Y 2,3-Vice-President, 4-Sergeant-at-Arms5 Mono-
gram Club 45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Weight Lifting 25
Marching Band 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3,4.
MICHAEL GORDON MORAN
Student Council 4-Vice-Presidentg Honor Council 45
lnterclub Council 4-President5 Senior Service Club
3,45 Track 15 Weight Lifting 2,3545 Junior Varsity
Wrestling 35 Latin Club 45 Spanish Club 2.
MARY BETH MORGAN
Pep Club 35 Library Club 2,3-Secretary, 45 Basket-
ball 2,35 Latin Club 2,3,4.
FLETCHER WRIGHT MORGAN
lnterclub Council 45 Hi-Y 1,25 Key Club 45 Monogram
Club 2,354-Presiclent5 Cadet of the Month 35 Back of
the Year 35 National Honor Society 45 Football 15
Weight Lifting 45 Track 1,3,45 Junior Varsity Baseball
25 Varsity Football 2,3-Captain, 45 Basketball 1.
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KATHRYN RUTH PETREE
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1,29 Girls' Athletic Association 1,2,3g Drama Club
1,22 Distrrbutive Education Club 4,
BEVERLY LYNNE POWERS
Student Council 25 Pep Club 49 French Club 2-Sec-
retary: German Club 3-Treasurer.
LOUISE ALENA PRITCHARD
Pep Club 2,3,4g Library Club 1,2-Treasurer, 3-Seo
retaryg Girls' Athletic Association I,2g Drama Club 3.
THOMAS GRANVILLE PULLEN IV
Monooram Club 2g Football 2: Baseball lg Marching
Monogram Club 2,3445 Football I-:Weight Lifting 1g
Baseball 2g Wrestling 1.
L CAROLE ANNE REAVIS
Student Council 15 Pep Club 3g Cheerleader 15 Girls'
Athletic Association 1,2,3,4p French Club 3: Sword
and Shield Staff 1. by j
RO BERT LYNN
Student Council 2 'Hi Y 2 3 Treasurer Monoiiram
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MARGARET MARY REYNOLDS
Library Club 1- Pep Club 2- Girls' Athletic Associa
tion 1,2,3,4gArt Club 4. ' '
JULIE LYN RICHARDSON
Anchor Club 3-Board of Directors, 4-Board of Di
rectorsg Marionettes 2,3,4g Spanish Club 2,3.
SUSAN BETH RODGERS
Y-Teens 1,2,3-Treasurer, 4g Library Club 3,4.
GLORIA JEAN ROGERS
Girls' Athletic Association 1,2,4g Basketball Team
2-Co-Captain, 3-Manager, Cheerleader 2, Future
l-lomemakers of America 1,2.
LYNN ELLEN ROSE
Girls' Athletic Association 1,2g Marching Band 2,3g
Concert Band 1,2,3g Distributive Education Club
4-Secretary: Sword and Shield Staff 4,
RICHARD LAWRENCE ROWLAND
.Key Club 3,45 Monogram Club 2,3,4g Football 2,3,4g
Wrestling 2,3g Track 25 Tennis 3,4.
C JANICE FAY SAMS
Student Council 4-Secretaryg Sophomore Class Trea-
surer 2g lnterclub Council 2,3,4-Corresponding Sec-
retaryg Anchor Club 2,3-Board of Directors, 4-Presi-
dentg National Honor Society 3,45 Junior Superlative
35 Maridhettes 2,35 Girls' Athletic Association 1,2p
French Club 2-Secretary 3,45 Sword and Shield
2-Editor, Most Valuable Staffer.
. KATH RYNANN SCHULTZ Y
Marionettes 3,43 French Club 1: Art Club 3,4.
C eoeev LEE scoff S
lnterclub. Council 4g Distributive Education Club
3,4-ffresudent. L .h h
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Student Council 3,4g Junior Class Council 3g Home-
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Senior Executive Council 4: Pep Club 2-Vice-Presb
dentg Nlarionettes 45 Girls' Athletic Association lg
Spanish Club 3,4.
REBECCA ELIZABETH SHELTON
lnterclub Council 3--Secretaryg Honor Council
4-Clerk: Y-Teens 15 Library Club 1-Secretary, 2:
Anchor Club 4f'Historiang French Club 2-Historian,
3-Elresldentg and Shield 2-Arte Editor,
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WENDELL FRED SHOEMAKER
Senior Service Club 2,3,4g Marching Band 2,3,4gCon-
cert Band 3. J
Library Club 3g Distributive Education Club 4.
SHERRY LYNN SHUMATE A
Stuszlenf Council 1.2.35 liti ,Peo Clube iilr 2,3"SeCFQ?3fY,
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Girls' Athletic Association 1,2,3.
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ROBERT WAYNE SIMMONS
Distributive Education Club 3,4. 3
M LAURA LEE SLATE-fl M
Library Club lg Anchor Club 3-'Board of Directorsgl
4g Cheerleader 2g Latin Club 1,2,3,4. y
HARVEY LANDON SMITH, JR.
Key Club 3,4g Monogram Club 3,44 Football 3,4-3:1
Wrestling 3,45 Basketball 1: Latin Club 2,3,4.
SHARON ANN SMITHERMAN
Student Council 1,3,4--Treasurerg Pep Club 2,3a
Senior Marshal 3g Marionettes 3,4g Home Economics
JOHN EDWARD SNELL
National Honor Society 45 Baseball lg Football 4g
Spanish Club 2,3,-4-Vice-President, M 2
.iui.iA MARlE SORENSEN
Junior Class Secretary 3: Pep Club 35 Girls' Softball 35
Future Homemakers of America 1: Ekatak 3-Ari
Editorg Ananke Staff 4.
KENNETH ROBERT SORRELLS is
NORMAN LLOYD SPEAS
Senior Service Club 3,4g Track 1,2g Bus Driver 2,357
lnterclub Council 49 Girl's Athletic Association 2g Art
Club 3,4: Literary Society 33 Home Economics Club
4-Presidentg Ananke,Staff 36-Assistant Art Editor,
4-Art Editor: V f '
AN NETTE CARR STALLINGS
Senior Girls' Club 4.
CATHY SUZANNE STEWART
lnterclub Council 2g Student Council 3g Senior Girls'
Club 43 Tutorial Society 4g Library Club 1: Girls'
Athletic Association 1,2-Council: French, Club
2-Presidentg Sword and Shield 2-Feature Editorg
Ananke Staff 4-Proofreader.
TERRY LEE STONE
JOSEPH WILSON STYERS
Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g Marching 'Band 2,3g Concert Band
1,2,3,4g Distributive Education Club 4-Treasurer.
JOANNE MARGARET SULEK
National Honor Society 3,45 Gymnastics Club 3: Lit-
erary 5nciety'3,4g French Club 3,4-President. y
To DEBORAH LYNN TATE l1l 4
Senior Executive Council 4g Anchor Club 4-Parlia-
mentariang Pep Club 2,3g Marionettes 3-Most
Talented Member, 4-Choreographerg Girls' Athletic
Association 1g12,3,4g Cheerleader 2: Spanish Club54.
GARY ADAMS THORNTON
Senior Service Club 2,3,4g Monogram Club 2,3,4g
Basketball 1,2g Baseball 2,3,4g Cross Country 2g
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JOHN CHARLES THORNTON
Senior Service Club 2,3g Wrestling 1,25 Football 1,2,4g
Bus Driver 45 Distributive Education Club 3.
T STEPHEN ALBERT THORNTON
Hi-Y"2-President, 3-President, 43 Monogram Club
2,3,4g Football 1: Basketball 1,2--Captain, 3,4-
pcaptain: Baseball 1,2,3,4g Cross Country, 2,3: March-
ing Band 2,3g Concert 'Band 1,2,3-'JPresiclent, 41
MARTHA JEAN TlLMAN
Marionettes 2,3,4g Gymnastics Club 35 French Club 1.
DEBORAH FAYE TULMAN
Student Council 25 Pep Club 2g Anchor Club 4g
Marionettes 3-Treasurer, 49 French Club 2,3g Drama
Club 23 Sword and Shield Staff 3.
THOMAS J. TURNER, JR.
Junior Class Council 3g Monogram Club 2,3,4q Foot-
ball 2g Track 1,2,3,4g Cross Country 3.
RONALD GRAY TUTTLE
gigketball lg Latin Club 45 Math Club 49 Bus Driver
MARION CHRISTINE UHL
Student Council 1-'Secretary, 2,3q Serviteers 35
Spanish Club 2: Drum Major 2,4.
Library Club 35 Senior Girls' Club 4-Secretaryg Li-
brary Assistant lg Girls' Athletic Association lg Girls'
Speedball 1: Girls' Basketball 1: Girls' Softball lg
French Club 25 Math Club 4g Marching Band 2,3,4g
Concert Band 1,2,3g Pep Band 2,3g Sword and Shield
s CAROLYN ELICZABETTH VERNETR
Senior Ebzecutive'iCouriciI 4g Sophornore Class sec-
'retary 2g Junior Class Secretary 3: Senior Class Sec-
retary 45 Pep Club 2: Senior Marshal 35 Girls',Athletic
Association 1s42,3g Marionettes 3'-Secretary,
4-Secretary: Cheerleader 1.
KATH ERI NE TROY VESSELLS
Student QQUf1Cif, 4,1.2: Junior Class Councit lnteigf
club Council 4g Pop Cluti'2,3g Junior Class Superlative
39 National Honor Society 44 Tutorial Society 4g
Girls' Athletic Association 1,25 IVlarionettes2-See
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4-Chief: French Clubs 2-Vice President, 3-Sec-
retary, 4: Sword and Shield 2-News Editor.
BARBARA FAYE VESTAL
Distributiverfiducatsion Club 3,4. A
DEBORAH LYNN WALL
MARTIN EDWIN WALL, JR. Q
Latin Club 4.
STEPHEN LEE WALLENHAUPT
Student Council 1,3: ,Senior Class, Presilifent 45
Ananke Staff 2-Photographer, 3-Assistant Editorg
4-Editorg Junior Superlative 33 National Honor
Society 3,4-Vice President: Interclub Council 3,43
Sword and Shield 2: National.Science Foundation,
SSTP, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 3g
Student Court Judge, 3: Who's Who 4.
CAROL ANN WEATHER!-Y
f'Pep Club 3: Color Guard 2,32,4. i
RICK COLEN WEAVIL
Spanish Club 1.2,3,4gSworefI and Shield
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Library, Club 1,2,3-President, 4, Senior Girls' Club 4g
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1,25 French Club 1,2: Sword and Shield 4.
E PAULA MARlE WESOLOWSKI
2Studengfgf1,l.Cou5i:ieil 3,,5,g1fi1Anchor Club 3,49-uf
Homecoming'Cou'rff 45 Junior Honor Society 214
Senior-,Marshal S: .junior Class Superlative 3, Girls'
et,gg,,Assogg,iation,,3,45 Ggimnastgics C lu,p,2,3: heer-
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A GREGORY JAY WESSLING S
Interclub Council 2,3,4g Student Council 3,4-Presi-
dentg North .Carolina Student Councii Congress-
Central sii' District Treasurer 43 Sophomore ClasssPresi-
dent 2: Junior Class President 3, Key Club 2,3,4g
Monogram Club 2,3,4g Varsity Football Manager
1,2,3,4g-Varsity Wrestling 2: Weight Lifting 2, Drama
Club 2,33 Latin Club 4, Bus Driver 3,4.
SANDRA ELIZABETH WEST
Pep Club 2,39 Marionettes 4: Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion 1,2,3,4g Spanish Club 4g Sword and Shield 1.
CHARLES EMMETT WHITE, JR.
Hi-Y 2,3g Monogram Club 3,44 Cross Country 2,35
Baseball 1, Basketball 1,2,3,4.
MICHAEL WORTH WHITLOW
JAMES ARNOLD WILLIAMS
Senior ,Service Club 2,3,4g Monogram, Club ,2,3,4g
Football 1,2,3ig Baseball 2g Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Sword
and Shield 4g Bus Driver 3,4.
, , KATHRYN ANNE WILSON .
Pep Club 1,2,3: Marionettes 4, Spanish Club 4.
MARY CLACRE vvooi.LEv
Student Council l,2,3g lnterclub Council 49 Home-
room 2'-Vice President, 3-President: Y-Teens lg
Senior Girls' Club 4-President: Girls' Athletic
Association 1: Girls' Basketball 1,2g French Club 1:
Art Club 2,3g Folk Music Club 3g Sword and Shield
4-C o-editor. C - t - F
HGWARD RAY WOOTEN, JR.
Student Council 2g Marching Band 2,3,4g Pep Band
2,3,4: Baseball lj Chess Club 3,4--Presidentq Bus
l Driver 2,3,4, A
A BARBARA JEAN WRIGHT
Pep Club 35 Nlarionettes 3,-4g French Club 2,3.
RICHARD BRUCE ZARBOCK
Honor Council 4-Chairman: Key Club 3,4-Seo
retaryp Monogram Club 2,3,4g National Honor
Society 3,4g Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3,45
Wrestling 2,3,4g Latin Club 2,3,4.
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Leaders, scholars, athletes
The 1970 Senior Class of lVlt. Tabor
l-ligh School has chosen to honor
twenty-four Seniors as Who's Who in the
Senior Class. These young people were
elected by their fellow senior classmates
in recognition of their leadership, citi-
zenship, athletic accomplishments and S
service to the school.
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PAU LA WESOLOWSKI
those who set the style
those who foster compatability . .
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STEVE WALLENHAUPT A
those who serve the school . .
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ROGER KOH RS
HAROLD JENSEN, JR.
Their fellow Seniors
. . . consider these 24 students exemplary
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TIME teaches . . .
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TIME to teach his classes, sponsor
clubs, and guide students, TIME to plan
his classes, to meet with parentsg TIME
to be patient, to be determined, and to
instruct-these are the duties of a tea-
The faculty strives to impress upon us
the importance of education. They work
to enforce the rules and to promote
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Elon College, A.B., lVlath-
ematics, University of
North Carolina at Chapel
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Appalachian State Univer-
sity, BS., lVlath, Physical
Edutationg University of
North Carolina at Greens-
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Left to right: Mr. L. Eugene Johnston, Mr. C.T. Leinbach, Jr., Mr. Raymond L. Sarbaugh, Mr. Marvin Ward, Mr.
Ned B. Smith, Mr. Robert L. Blevins, Mr. Leo G. Morgan.
School Boa rd
School Board Members: Left to right: Mr. Clyde G. Kiger. Seated: Mrs. l-l.C. Lauerman, Dr. Lillian B.
Barber, Mr. Alan R. Perry. iMr. William F. Maready, Lewis, and Mrs. Floyd S. Burge, Jr., Vice Chairman.
Chairmanl, Mr. William M. Knott, Jr., Mr. John C.
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JAMES R. ADAMS
Mount Olive College, A.A.: Atlantic
Christian College, B.S., Biology,
University of Washington fR.J.
Reynolds Scholarship recipientj,
North Carolina State Universityg
Wake Forest University fNational
Science Foundationl, Advanced
Biology, Biology: Yearbook Ad-
visor, Outstanding Young Man of
the Year 1969.
BETSY GAYLE EUBANKS
Wake Forest University, B.S., Biol-
oQY: University of Washington iR.J.
Reynolds Scholarship recipientjg
Biology, Physical Science.
WILLIAM ALFRED WEBSTER
Mars I-lill Junior College: Spring-
field College, B.S., Science, Physical
Education, University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill, Masters of
Education, Physical Science,
Advanced Biology teaches scientific method
Science education provides the opportunity for students to learn, to achieve and to relate the need
for discipline in learning. Science teaching provides the tool by which students can apply scientific
principles to their lives in coming to an understanding and development of desirable attitudes and
Mt. Tabor offers Biology and Advanced Biology.
Mr. Adams instructs students in the use ofthe compound
Mr. Webster is unhappy about giving tests in biology
Biolog cal Sc ence 219
220 Physical Science
l-larold Edwards enlists the help of Mr. Hunter on a physics prob- Mrs. Sutton begins the period with instruction
lem. in Charles' and Boyles' gas laws.
Lab sciences apply conceptual foundations
The laboratory is very important in providing the educational climate for students to put into
practical use concepts taught and learned. The laboratory is an integral part ofthe physical sciences
Mt. Tabor offers courses in Physical Science, Chemistry and Physics.
JAMES MELVIN HUNTER, JR.
Mars Hill Junior College, Wake
Forest, B.S., Science, Physics,
Physical Science, Chess Club Ad-
visor, Junior Class Sponsor.
MRS. DOROTHY MCLEOD
Duke University, AB., General
Science, Secondary Education,
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MRS. JOYCE BOYETTE SUTTON
University of North Carolina at
Greensboro, B.A., Biology: East
Carolina University, M.A., Second-
ary Education, Texas Woman's
University, Chemistry, Science De-
MRS. JUDY BEROTH
Appalachian State University,
Mathematics, Wake Forest, Algebra
I, Geometry, Who's Who in
American Colleges and Universities,
1961-1962, Outstanding Young
Women in America, 1967-1968.
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MRS. SANDRA GALYEAN
Appalachian State University, BS.:
Western Carolina, University of San
Francisco: Algebra ll, Geometry,
DONALD T. COBB
University of North Carolina at
Chapel l-lill, A.B., Education,
Algebra ll, Math IV, Math V, Hi-Y
IVIRS. LINDA H. GRAGG
Appalachian State University, B.S.,
Mathematics, Algebra l.
Math adds . . .
The Mathematics Department plays a
vital role to every student at Mt. Tabor.
The student has a variety of courses from
vvhich to choose. These include General
Math, Algebra l, Geometry, Algebra ll,
Consumer Math, 4th Year Math and 5th
lVlrs. Gragg teaches "trailer mathematics."
Mr. lVliller is caught off guard in his trailer.
Mrs. Scott teaches cubic
equations in Fourth
Year Math class.
Mrs. Galyean is astonished at the progress
of her students.
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NATHANIEL C. MILLER
University of Delaware, B.S.g Math-
ematicsg Backfielcl Football Coach.
MRS. FRANCES M. SCOTT
North Carolina State University,
B.S., Mathematics Education,
Algebra I, Algebra Il, Fourth Year
Math. Math Club Sponsor.
MRS. BRENDA V. OUTEN
Appalachian State University, B.S.,
Mathematics, Englishg Wake Forest
University, Geometry, Algebra I.
MRS. ETHEL WALKER
Shaw University, B.S., Science Ed-
ucation, Mathematics, North
Carolina Central University,
Winston-Salem State Universityp
Wake Forest Universityg General
Math, Consumer Economics.
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University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill, B.A., Physical Ed-
ucationg United States History,
Monogram Club Advisor, Fellow-
ship of Christian Athletes' Advisor,
Head Football Coach, Wrestling
BONNIE SUE BOWMAN
High Point College, B.A., History,
Salem Collegep Wake Forest Uni-
versity: United States History,
Language Arts, Social Studies,
JAMES A. BUNN, JR.
University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill, A.B., ErigliSh: Ef19liSh
lll, English lVg Key Club Advisor,
Senior Class Advisor.
Lees-McRae Junior College, A.A.g
Appalachian State University, B.S.,
Sociology, Anthropology, Language
Arts, Social Studies, Everyday
Government and Family Livingp
Junior Varsity Football Coach,
Freshman Basketball Coach, Junior
Varsity Baseball Coach.
The members of the Mt. Tabor High
School English Department are striving to
help each student develop to the best of
his ability some degree of proficiency in
the basic communicative skills of reading,
writing, speaking and listening. We con-
tend that the student who possesses a
functional knowledge of these skills will
be better prepared to perform as a well-
adjusted, useful member of society. For
students with a special interest, such elec-
tives as journalism, world literature, and
advanced composition are offered.
The Social Studies Department of Mt.
Tabor hopes to make students aware of
the social world around them and-how it
relates to each individual. We hope o
achieve this through studies of political
systems, world cultures and history.
Appalachian State University, B.S.,
Political Science: World Culture,
Wrestling Coach, History Club Ad-
Language Arts 223
NIRS. PATRICIA GRIMSLEY
Wake Forest University, B.A.,
English, English, Language Arts,
Social Studies, Cheerleaders' Ad- ,
visor, Junior Class Advisor.
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JUANITA KAYE JOHNSON
lVlars Hill Junior College, Western
Carolina University, B.A., English,
Language Arts, Social Studies,
English IV, Drama Club Advisor,
Freshman Class Advisor.
ANNE JENKINS MRS. RUTH NICCLAREN IVIRS. LINDA L. DAVIS
University of North Carolina at East Carolina University, B.A., Mars Hill College, B.A., English l,
Chapel Hill, B.A., Education,Lang- English, Social Studies, Wake Social Studieg, Senior Girls' Club
uage Arts,SociaI Studies. Forest University, English ll, Adviggr.
224 Language Arts
Sophomore Class Advisor.
JAMES SHADE MORRIS, JR.
Milligan College, B.A., English,
World Literature, English III, Head
Baseball Coach, Junior Varsity Bas-
ketball Coach, Assistant Football
Coach, Senior Service Club Spon-
HOWARD M. PARDUE
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, B.S.,
University of North Carolina at
Greensboro, World History, Com-
parative Government, Monogram
Club Advisor, Head Basketball
Coach, Cross Country Coach,
ELLIS LEON TESH
Appalachian State University, B.S.,
Political Science, World Cultures,
Language Arts, Social Studies.
Mr. Tesh passes out U.S. History to eager stu-
MRS. EVELYN GREENWOOD
Appalachian State University
B.S., English, Social Studies
Language Arts, Social Studies
English ll, Freshman Class Spon
Gardner-Webb College, AA
Liberal Arts, Appalachian State
University, B.S., Englis
Harvard University, English Ill
Advanced Composition, English
Department Chairman, Student
Council Advisor, Literary So
Language Arts 225
Mrs. Hampton instructs students
in three languages.
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Mrs. Delgado served as Spanish Club sponsor.
Adaptability to today's international scene is an absorbs an understanding of nationalities in general.
important goal in foreign language study. While learn- Mt. Tabor's foreign language department offers
ing to communicate in a language and studying its classes in Spanish I-V, French l-V, German I-ll, Latin
cultural background and relation to our society, one I-IV, and Spanish American History.
MRS. NELLIE SMITH DELGADO
Bethel Woman's College, A.A.g
Carson-Newman College, B.A.,
Liberal Arts, Duke University,
M.A., Spanish, Carolina, completed
MRS. SANDRA K. BLYTHE
East Carolina University, B.S.,
Spanish, French, University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
NDEA Institute, Spanish, French.
226 Foreign Languages
major requirements for Ph.D.g
Spanish, Foreign Language Depart-
ment Chairman, Spanish Club Ad- MRS. REBECCA HAMPTON
visor, Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica Wake Forest University, Salem Cz
Sponsor. lege, B.A.p Latin, German, Englis
Nous ne comprenons rien!
Miss Martin explains new Latin techniques to stu-
Wake Forest University, B.A.g
French I, French ll.
MARY HESTON MARTIN
Duke University, B.A., Latin,
English, University of North Caro-
lina at Chapel I-lillg William and
Mary, American Academy in Rome,
Latin I, Latin II, Latin III, Latin
IV, National Honor Society Ad-
visor, Latin Club Advisor.
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Mrs. Delgado and students read a Spanish story.
MRS. CLARICE PARKER
Livingstone College, A.B., English
University of Michigan, ivi.A.f
Frenchg French, French Club Ad-
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Business courses prepare students for business
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Mrs. Robinson is contemplating typing students' work.
The purposes of the Business Education Department are to give every
student an opportunity to learn to type and to prepare students in basic
business subjects so they may continue training or secure a job at the begin-
ning level in business. The curriculum includes lst and 2nd Year Typing,
Shorthand I, Personal Typing, Notehand, and Bookkeeping I.
MRS. DAPHNE ROBINSON
Appalachian State University, B.S.,
Business Education, University of
California at Los Angeles, Typing I,
Typing II, Personal Typing, Book-
keeping I, Shorthand I, Notehand,
Senior Class Advisor, NCEA Build-
Distributive Education students profit . . .
Mrs. Schroeder takes time to explain an important procedure in her Distribu-
tive Education class.
The Distributive Education Department is involved in three aspects of
education: classroom instruction, work experience and the Distributive Edu-
cation Club. Classroom instruction includes salesmanship, advertising, busi-
ness communication, economics and merchandising. Students are prepared
for occupations in marketing and distribution.
228 Distributive and Business Education
MRS. SANDRA BECKERDITE
University of North Carolina at
Greensboro, B.S.S.A., Distributive
Education, Distributive Education,
Business Law, English IV, Distribu-
tive Education Clubs of American
Advisor, Representative, District 5,
North Carolina Distributive Educa-
tion Clubs Board of Governors,
Chairman of Finance Committee of
North Carolina Distributive Educa-
Home Economics offer practice of homemaking
East Carolina University, B.A.,
Home Economics, University of
North Carolina at Greensboro,
M.A., Home Economics: Home
Economicsg Home Economics Club
Advisor, Faculty representative to
P.T.A., N.C.E.A. Building represen-
Mrs. Waltrip is amused while reading a Home Economics student's work on
"How to Sew Without Really Trying."
Hoping some day to have homes of their own, Home Economics students
study foods, clothing and homemaking skills. Projects of various kinds in
sewing help students become familiar with the sewing machines and compli-
cated patterns. Students also study nutrition, health, child care and money
management. Courses in Home Economics l, ll, and lll are offered at Mt.
Industrial Arts builds proficiency in crafts . . .
St. Petersburg Junior Collegeg
Appalachian State University, B.S.,
Industrial Arts, Drafting, Shop.
Mr. Dunn presents another list of terms for his Industrial Art students.
The Industrial Arts Department at Mt. Tabor High School consists of
Mechanical Drafting, Advanced Mechanical Drafting, Woodworking, Plastics,
and some crafts such as leatherwork and tinwork. The objective of the
department is to help each student individually in the area he chooses,
whether he be vocationally or avocationally oriented.
H me Economcs and! d t lArtS 229
Mr. Watson leads students in defensive driving
J. DONALD WATSON
Appalachian State University, B.S.,
Physical Education, Social Studies:
University of North Carolina,
Catawba, Driver Education ln-
lVlr. Watson enables new drivers to be safe drivers.
The purpose of driver education is to teach the students how to drive a
car in a courteous, defensive way. The students are taught to obey highway
laws and to build an attitude of good sportsmanship toward their fellow
driver. We attempt to give them as much experience in traffic driving and
basic manuevers as possible.
Bus drivers accumulate total of 133,021.8 miles
First row ll. to r.l: John Edwards, Carl Haynes, lVlike Enloe,
David Carroll, Tony Hartman, Steve Cockerham, Joe
Gutierrez, Grayson Harris, David Bradford, Norman Speas,
David Park, Tyler Pace, Rob DuRant, Tim Kapps, Neal
Bedinger, Jim Holt, Mike Smith. Second row: Frank Carson,
230 Driver Education and Bus Drivers
Perry Brown, Greg Church, Steve lVlartin, Donnie Huff, Jeff
Dorn, Jeff Stewart, Keith Joyce, Jay Lucas, Jimmy Williams,
Ronnie Hoots, John Thornton, Bud Brewer, Tom lVlcNeil,
Ronnie Tuttle, Howard Wooten, John Bolt, Greg Wessling.
Physical Education develops skills and attitudes
NIRSL RUTH DIDAY
Virginia lntermont College, A.A.,
Eastern Carolina University, B.S.,
Physical Education, Physical Edu-
cation, Girls' Athletic Association
Advisor, Girls' Speedball Coach,
Girls' Basketball Coach, Girls'
VolleyballCoach. L ,. ,
KENNETH LEE HAYES
Appalachian State University, B.S.,
Physical Education, Social Studies,
University of North Carolina at
Greensboro, Physical Education,
Head Track Coach, Assistant
Varsity Football Coach, Assistant
Varsity Basketball Coach, Pep Club
Mr. Hayes instructs physical education
students to concentrate on their foul
shooting in basketball competition.
Mt. Tabor's physical education program for boys
includes tumbling, track, basketball, baseball, and
wrestling. Many boys participate in the Mt. Tabor
The girls' program includes calisthenics, tumbling,
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various team and individual sports. This year the stu-
dents took part in a modern dance program. The
Physical Education Department emphasizes co-
ordination, sportsmanship and team vvork.
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shoulder-stand on the parallel-bars.
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Music, drama, journalism, art reflect TIME.
The Department of Fine Arts is divided in-
to four parts: music, drama, journalism and
The aim of the lVlt. Tabor music depart-
ment is to instill in instrumentalists the ability
and desire to play good music vvell by adding
to their technical and general musical skills.
The goal of the drama department is to
train a group of students to operate backstage
effectively and to perform onstage credibly.
The aim of the journalism department is to
publish a school paper vvhich has a decided
influence on the social and academic happen-
ings of this school-a paper that does more
than merely reflect what has occurred.
The art department strives to capture
beauty and transfer it to paper or clay.
University of North Carolina at
Greensboro, B.S., Music, Uni-
versity of Kansas, Kansas State
University, University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill, Band,
Chorus, Journalism, Drama,
Drill Team Advisor, Marching
Band Advisor, Sword and
ALTA MARIE HOUSER
Emmanuel College, B.S., Art,
Social Studies, East Carolina
University, lVl.A., Secondary
Education, Appalachian State
University, University of North
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Carolina at Greensboro, Art,
Art Club Advisor.
Mrs. Houser teaches students to express them-
selves through creativity.
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Miss Graham directs band at PTA meeting.
The library opens the door to knowledge.
The library is a storehouse of knowledge.
DORIS T. HAMMER
Wheaton College, B.S., Home Eco-
nomicsg High Point Collegeg Uni
versity of North Carolina at Greens
blorog Librariang Library Club Ad
Mrs. Hauser aids librarian in her duties.
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Mrs. Hammer checks file cards for overdue books.
Mr. Baldwin and Mrs. Pollock assist in planning
The Guidance services are designed to give con-
tinuous assistance to each student in knowing
himself as an individual and as a member of so-
ciety. The guidance counselors conduct group
tests and advise students. The counselors work
closely with seniors, helping them apply to col-
lege and for scholarships.
High Point College, B.S.
Appalachian State Uni
versity, lVl.A., Guidance,
Senior Class Advisor.
lVlrs. Smith is helpful to seniors applying to colleges.
MRS. JUDY ANN - T aw
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niversi y o lnois, . ., ,Q .
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Guidance and Counseling, ,t i alrt ' A
Wa ke Forest University, gg, , , . my
University of North Caro- 'Z f f -
lina at Greensboro, Guid- if " 7 1 ,
ance Counselor, Anchor 5, .y
Club Sponsor. 2 ... f .5 T ,
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, if for my Students-
Cafeteria and custodial Staffs
First row ll. to r.l: Doris Winfrey, Virginia Cline, Louise Ruby Tucker, Frances Fowler, Dorothy Fulp, Virginia
Lackey, Ruby Lawson, Rose Nliller, Bessie Beck. Second row: Winfrey, Mary Slater Helen Jones, Opal Stonernan.
Jw., ll. to r.l: Ethel Brown, Robert
Gaither, Remels McFadden,
John Greer, Anna Braddy lnot
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There is a TIME for all things to end
"What is TIME? The shadow on the clock,
The running of sand,
Day and night, summer and winter,
Months, years, centuries.
These are but arbitrary and outward signs,
The measure of TIME, not TIME itself.
TIME is the life ofthe souI."
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"Tomorrow and tomorrow
The following people have made the 1970 ANANKE
We, the staff, owe a great deal of thanks to:
lVlurph's Camera Center, our photo processor and
The faculty and staff of Mount Tabor High School,
lVlr. James R. Adams, yearbook advisor.
lVlr. Doug Pruden, layout artist,
Roberson Studios, student pictures,
Holyfield Studios, feature pictures,
The Mount Tabor High School Student Body.
Your ANANKE is printed on Dull Enamel paper Slfz x 11
trim size. It is bound by a Universal lithograph cover. The
type is Metrolite with bold. The headlines are English
Bold. The book vvas published by Hunter Publishing
Company, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
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Your ANANKE is an attempt at a history book. lt
is certainly not a stuffy, date-filled chronological in-
dex, but a cheerful reminder of what your year has
been. Through the use of this yearbook you can recall
the events that have made this year so memorable.
The yearbook is probably most important to the
seniors. lt is the last link with their alma mater. This
has been a brief year and the ANANKE will help to
remind them of the times that have meant so much.
To the underclassmen it is a look at the past, but a
past that will be closely followed by yet another year
of school until they too become seniors.
lt is my sincere hope that you will enjoy your
ANANKE and that each time you look at it you will
have memories of the great school you have created,
for a school is its students.
lt's all over now, the yearbook is finished. ln look-
ing back over the past year l'm thinking about more
than a thousand hours that the staff has devoted to
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the completion of the ANANKE.
There have been some good times, like being ex-
cused from class all day to direct photographers, sit-
ting in front of the student body with pride during
the yearbook presentation of years gone by, and
some bad-times, like arguing with the advisor and
staff members concerning ideas and layout design,
and ripping yearbook covers while cutting open
packing cases of last year's yearbook. On the whole
the experiences l have gained during the past years
have given me a deeper understanding of the student
l started working on lVlt. Tabor's yearbook in the
fall of 1967 as a photographer, advanced to photo-
graphic editor in 1968, and finally to Co-editor with
Steve in the fall of 1969. Working on a yearbook staff
is a long thankless job as all members of the staff will
I would like to take this opportunity to thank
everyone involved for their cooperation with the staff
in producing the 1970 ANANKE.
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