Myers Park High School - Mustang Yearbook (Charlotte, NC)

 - Class of 1987

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' " h v ' Q 'H 4 - Q . 4'Tz'-f I ..-. x e accept the fact that we have to partici- pate in 180 days of school, from 7:46 AM until 2:27 PM. Learning more than academics, we acquire knowledge about ourselves from the people who take part in our everyday lives. These people may not be close friends, yet they pos- sess valued opinions that help to form our student body. it ilk E 'Q 1. 73 l Have you ever seen the math hall from this point of view? Two new students tour the campus before the first day of school l 2 l l S Q QT, , 1-L 1. e Juniors Cathy Cates and Terri Tippett have managed to find some humor in their appearance. Erika Springs shows her spirit and enthusiasm at a recent football game. Where do you think you're going? '29 9' Wa ,f--5 L ll-7 N, A I ,ff 3 i Sophomores Hudson Lee and Tracy Davis are Caught off A moment of silence ns hard to come by but as greatly appreca guard during lunch ated when found. -Q 4 K Q 5 i Nah. E Q , 5 A ,Y S W' f 11 A Ag? 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This graffiti-covered garbage can shows another asp MP school spirit "takes to the road." ji X Willie Robinson and Matthew Foster have no time to spare on their way to class. New J.V. cheerleader Melanie Monteith choreographs a new routine. Ms. Carol Forsyth displays her versatility as an office re- ceptionist. 2 u,N.,.nL i fm - , Z . I Z I ' 4 Y A 1 .l .L A In l 1- ' 'Es , i qw' : , 'wo :KX ,.......... i "W .......... , , 2 .X wk I 1, e x ,gf Q ta tx ,ga lo f Q14 I tw-,yyl , 'ck 1 K KJ K ur ima :i:,35,33,5.Efvi2?9' - U10 Wilt!!-f we Q ' lfiktii Ku+mw1..awl 1 ee 5 ,IWW-a gmems-swf f s . k 'A m :exsw.sdfWlt"! y an Danny Sanford satisfies his hunger by chewing on a straw. Michelle Adkins, Shari Davission, Mario Hall, and Jon Shive take an excursion be- tween the long hours of summer band prac- tice. 6 11 t "ibm, ln her first year at Myers Park, Mrs. Aldriche Watkins adjusts to the heavy amount of required paperwork. Prepared for a possible downpour, junior Zap McConnell strolls to her next class. Y. w,. if f A i , . - vie wi' N-Sf'w, W - me at :Hia zikwk 1' QL? -EM 9:5934 'Y' "'3f?2x.'1, 1 W"?ifx: --l-.N-gag. :Gizaf:iQg:E4bwSz?gez2ea'fiisg.- 12-1.63.ggrirfgggiwzv-evialf5,'ac.ae.:f . . . . - - ve Q 44255: igg.egwgg5 5 :g5:szHr,1,i. N . , if if .M ,xl .lf ,ug Raj- Wi g , 'Tx if .Nina ,qgaprlg ':,.i. vu.?"f?J 5:9 Sgt., f sa:-02.2 .yogi 3 .A ,fi ' Q ,QP iw Na fu. ' T' , WWA' gr imtfi 'l"1r"7mfN.mw'!f5s"nxxi" 1 M., mf :Q ' Q9 mfr .1 H"'.w.'vv.' ' -.AWK Gi -z1ii+rH"'Af' .' ' .uf Q4 Tift! QI ti ' Q t M. , :run ' K. l lm. e -A Rim.: Y ,L -an ,rr ' igW'ft"fi'. If R' gi ,W vf' ai ,M A at 'wfggslti 'iwfh :a'1,Mn' :YM iv . ' ' '. -ff M. " 4, 'i5'iiy1sf!WG 0 A 4 , ' W' va. la. K ., A 7' KS. 3 '-'lin Senior Catherine Bush relaxes in the sunshine. 'Q 5 Determined to improve their record, the Mustang football team huddles during a time out. 14 aa- . ' .K -'Giwm r-f XFN " ' "'-ifilli. , Qxf wi 3 V' w i , A 'l'iw,! -2' -' ' lil? l . , i n lllllliM"ml - ' N -iw iimqlvi W 'fm ll ? fi ' ?fi'lm 7f Wi , V- Q , . N fl ,A -1r,J,l , hm-. .Q 2 l ,M M --Q., J 1 ' i , Juniors Jim Leonard and Mario Hall dramatize the revised parking policy. ,i daliSm 'ke V an d despx Qin stands Nou SQHXOY we 1983 5 axtemp ' Ho in in , SCH HW we of i TH5 ' 'f':m 3 ,.M't 55,42 if in l ..N l,, - m Y ,V 2 jl' xv-Q ?VxM mfr 'ml Danielle Hajdu finishes the day with a casual wave. W' The "Senior Tree" provides a common meeting ground for a variety of students. W 3 . ,WMI sl, """'-v'-m, I-I-J ,. lj: i " f This was just one of the many tickets distributed early in the year by the Student Government. Juniors Jennifer Walters, Lisa Burlos, and Ann Car- son discuss strategy for the upcoming match. Hilary Duncan glares at an OVSI' excited phOt0Ql'a- pher. 10 """'iAt5fr i'ev,i!fi?'5f5iH5 : i n 315 The championship Lady Stangs dis-if play their endurance at a summer e ' gif s ' . practice. , qv, iq R rf M ix ww . s we 5 E351 Darryl Fleming does a double-take when some- thing sparks his interest from behind. ' W R 1 F' 'fm we A wi. Ji Q mga gm, E2- .gif ' J w' 7 ??+ f:'6,4 'X ' UL 9j,fga2fxfff'e,1.fIJE5:. wf1'2.' is f -1 M as Joatella Thompson makes the most of a quiet after- noon. Ms. Annie Henry warming up with a light breakfast i,i, before the "entorage" of students. i i' E' filly: its .J-IIE?" Aprii Morrison, Rachel Swenson, and Debbie Pelosi put on a show during lunch. Jenny Penson and Christi Coon take to the outdoors in search of a new perspective. im 5 vi' Q s. . 6 .. .'-'A.,.,,ss Q' M ,v at f .in 12 W 'A F W A ff, ,-,Q 1 Q it .. Q igg. rabs Juniors Anne Sullivan and Ashley Patterson learn tricks of the trade from Senior Chrissy Pierce. Mugs' . M Interact members group together in hopes of receiving the weekly spirit award. .L The Mill Stones, dedicated by the class of 1969, symbolizes years gone by at MPHS. 1 ix -. "'. ' a r . , ' x ,,. Y' A .i f ,N 4 x PWA ,M , x, 7, 6425 ga X I - X A , X 3 - Q - V' 1, in .gg xv Y Q u -2 .i5.g,3jQh-I , h ii., "-,N " N T 'ta .., ' gg X X XX M K .i 5 . 13 'Q Sophomores Michelle Mulvihill and Cindy Johnson perform a partner stunt at J.V. cheerleading tryouts. Sophomores Jeff Strange and Marlo Allsbrooks show their su port b A p- y attending one of the football games. Ms. Stang found a Rom an husband during this season. 44 G f 5- A W, will ' :wi "V ,, 4' M ,. A wi. 17' 1 ' ' I ,QA , tw E " , ll l' ,Mx ' , ,il , , I iw' . ,iflwig 5 w G 4 . ' f- .1 9 L r7' nm l, W qi l ,ea is ..1, ,. 9 as 9? Tffligk 4A. fl ri, ' ii. . ,ir Q x ui: . , '1- F 3 S5 , 1 If tix, y ,QQE,a:, if , ,, 'j. new ,tfu ' r 4 4-H ,t V- wi -. . M.. 2 1- ,,,,...,mH!v ' il ' ' , L n 'W i gnite? L if fs vi' , . 1, gas ' ..,'+,-f," --,?Z., ' V . f, fm. -sv-Q-, , X Mike Wallace, 579, is going out to give it one more try. View if We ey mfg ,N 3. QR N256 ,Q o -rp n the simplest terms and most convenient definitions they are the intellectual the athlete the wallflower the delin- quent and the social climber. When we arrived here our sophomore year we thought each was a different and sepa- rate person. On the con- trary we found that each one of us is in part an wallflower a delinquent and a social climber. We have discovered that to unleash our individuality IT TAKES ALL KINDS' intellectual, an athlete, a Sophomores Chip East, Ashley Singleton, and Molly Orrell anxiously wait on a friend after the bell has rung. Although there are many hurdles to over- come, Myers Park prepares students for life after high school. w as y 0 it Qi 41- ll my-H. , , .M , xy'-Ill N, swf qv As b ' x Q . Xi., Y r . 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Competing for the honor of representing Myers Park in the Carolinas Carrousel Pageant were Heather Childers, Jamie Mayhew, Kara Misenheimer, Phoebe Monroe, Shanda Sturdi- vant, Rachel Swenson, and Lisa Vickery. Heather Childers was named Carrousel Princess with Kara Mis- enheimer as first runner-up and Shanda Sturdivant second runner- up. Spending three days downtown, Heather competed with girls from North and South Carolina for the title of Carolinas Carrousel Queen. The activities ended on Thursday with the Thanksgiving Day Parade. Sv f A we 1. K 9 gf 1 t f The Myers Park marching band begins the long trek through downtown. Rachel Swenson Lisa Vickery HOIVIECOIVIING 1986 omecoming 1986 got off to a spirited start with a pregame pep rally. With festivities un- derway, the football game prepared everyone for more exciting events to follow. With halftime came the most awaited event of the evening. The crowning of the new Homecoming Queen, Natalie Pool, brought cheers from the stands. She was crowned by Liz Reed, the 1985 Queen. The Senior Court included Wendy Carr, Kathryn Ferraro, Don- na Hinton, and Page Porter. Kristen Walker was the Junior Class atten- dant and Melanie Monteith repre- sented the Sophomore class. Although the Mustangs were de- feated by the East Mecklenburg Eagles, the football team put up a hard fight before losing 13-20. A dance, sponsored by the student government, finished off the big evening. The Myers Park soccer and cross-country teams celebrated their first Homecoming on October 22, 1986. This was an addition to the annual football homecoming with Senior players sponsoring at- tendants. There was no Queen chosen, but all the girls were win- ners. The Keyette Carnation Sale starts off the annual Homecoming festivities. Ernest Young and Chris Hicks show their spirit during the pep-rally. 22 Natalie Pool takes a break from cheering to accept the crown of Homecoming Queen Melanie Monteith Sophomore class Donna Hinton Kathryn Ferraro Senior Class Senior Class Natalie Pool Homecoming Queen 1986-87 Kristen Walker Page POITST Junior Class Senior Class Wendy Carr Senior Class Ben and Lyn dressed to impress. DECA's balloons created an air of excitement over Homecoming 'f-, .3 My X . ki- 7 v " f, J 7 f A l fy were ifgaflt Jhfzfb Lisa Bailey Kellie Howard Kim Howell sponsored by Michael Wallace sponsored by Terrel Hicklin Carson Lindsay sponsored by Brian Dunn Kim Noggle Susan Flasberry sponsored by sponsored by John Cook J.J. Schonberg sponsored by Michael Cureton ,V -me ' r semi! Rhonda McMichael sponsored by Mark Hunter iQ5?fQi5Z?y?a Q3 12149329 rs ii? ffiiieQl , I ' l WA1I Allison Smith sponsored by Chris McCarty Deneen Jones sponsored by Charles White GHZ V fy in " 'wif 1 as -um Phoebe Monroe sponsored by Anthony Diggs Mt Victoria Stern sponsored by Glenn Gribble Kim Kendell sponsored by David Bowman Christa Williams sponsored by Darryl Harris 'NY x., at L ,fl f I ' k n 'A' u-. Q , Different emotions arose in different people at Soccer Homecoming as shown by Anne Locke, Michael Bjorlie, and Cyndi Cline. pation of the outcome of the game. zvi AA' q,if " ' W" J' li lil ff iv , , .A ' ximian ,fl Ellen Barnett Susan Johnson Carson Lindsay Kelly Pritchett Allison Smith sponsored by sponsored by sponsored by sonsored by sponsored by J.J. Schonberg Sam Johnson Brian Dunn John Prentzas Lee Phillips -- V . gf A,., if, ,,, V , V 2 A, 1 i 'iq-59 A ' C 4 Mary Jo Crates Stori Dillon Andi Helms Beth Higginbotham Anne Locke sponsored by sponsored by sponsored by sponsored by sponsored by Edward Wilson Charles Merritt Josh Sams Alan Mclntyre Colin Doherty 25 Soccer Homecoming attendants wait in antici- l 1 'wi Chuckie Jacobs scrapes inches of ice off his wind- shield before going home for the afternoon. av- X keg., , M 3:.fM.-is M A52 gg . fun-js4,Q :Cayuga Jenny Hastings and Elaine Ketner take advantage of a sunny day while they study for a test. Hilary Duncan, Tambra Nichols, and Karin Creech enjoy their lunch in quiet solitude. ,.2'-'-1'- 3' .4 3 gy., K. I I' ' E ttt P Mrs. Marlene Spence and Miss Gordon Freeman make reservations for their trip to Tahiti. Greg Smith shows his expertise during lunch. ' 1 a ,ft The cast of Grease show how they "Go Together" in the amusing picnic scene. A...xggQj-y-,-ggx . . ... Nr- t .ss-me -.-we-Q tx? Boredom in the classroom cause wide- spread vandalism to textbooks. Wesley Grasty and George Koufaliotis team together for DECA's balloon sale at Homecoming '86. With deadlines approaching, Rod Over- ton draws the layouts for the next issue of The Hoofpririt, 5 ith all the individuality pre- vailing at Myers Park, stu- dents must also work to- gether to keep things running smoothly. Teamwork plays a big part in all activities within the school as students prepare to enter the work world. Not only are individual character- istics beneficial to organizations, but diversity adds to the atmo- sphere of the entire school. While MP's students learn how to work together, they also learn how to develop their own personal- ities. In the real world, it takes all kinds. 27 li so n honor of Dr. Jack Horner, Myers Park's first principal, the Horner Awards were established in 1962. These awards commemorate Dr. Horner's devotion and leadership given to the school in the years he was principal, 1955-1960. Horner Award winners are se- lected by the senior class on the basis of leadership, scholarship, character, service, school spirit, and dependability. These people have served Myers Park by willingly giving their time and energy. Thirty seniors were selected this year for meeting these qualifications. WMM Daniel Brenner 99.4 28 Wendy Carr Meredith Barton Wesley Caldwell l Heather Childers 5105, 5 "-s..-. Rhonda Chisholm Jacques Debeuneure ?N. 'N Catsy Devane vit. Anthony Diggs Kathryn Ferraro ' Alina Gentry Martin Godwin MVN -S ow, ALS. . , I. T.J. Haycox ki . r iii ' A f s K 'W ,I K 1 Sally Henderson Chrissy Hiokiin was Sally Higgins Doug Jarrell ,,,,,, PB-Qc Caroline Kincaid Charles Merritt Kara Nlisenheimer 'UNA its 5 8 iv c i l Son Nguyen Rhonda Oates cc cc MQ, Natalie Pool 'Q -Ire- Us ee , ,,.: '-w"""c Q' 7 I c Doug Reece Vance Ricks wx S 'Vx 1 L ,., 6 W' Qs' .sf Willie Robinson ga. J.J. Schonberg '91 'P 'fn Debbie Whitney Ed Williams Chris Withrow nacllllff Ithaca!! Zuallllll Ziolllll' ' aillll' . as X f Wfhzruv fff,f Q f f Cwfffff 5 M ' 1 .,. f ram Z Z 4 fffff ' A ff OA f ffgyf X f" V Q rl 11 t l J J he administration of 1986-1987 consists of Mr. Joseph Peel, principalg Mr. Pete Campbell, assistant principal, Mr. Tal- madge McDow, assistant principal and Ms. Lynda Morris, assistant principal for instruc- tion. Everyone in the administration has pulled together this year and come up with new cheating and tardy policies. According to Mr. McDow, both procedures have had posi- tive results and will continue to be in effect throughout the 1987-1988 school year. Not only does the administration work to- gether within their group, but they also work closely with the counselors. These staff mem- bers combine their abilities to help students control their number of tardies through work- shops and private counseling sessions. Our seven counselors also work to prevent drop- outs, to promote college enrollment, and to guide students in personal problems. With the help of many different programs, the adminis- tration and counselors strive to meet the needs of the students by planning programs as they become necessary. ,qw , ,. ,, Pete Campbell Talmadge McDow Assistant Principal Assistant Principal ADMINISTRATIGN Joseph Peel, Principal Lynda Morris, Asst. Principal For Instruction William Anderson A.A.Pl. 'in 36 ,sh M , i f M, 2 f s J f f -ev 4 I ., A , ,M I ff! at my 55, 1 .7 'ff 53 , 1: 1. Z ,Z ' . 1 , 'X f M E l 'ff Q i ,, , M f, " Q V 7 l 9 l E V tw . ul. 1 2 Z6 3. f I Linda Balentine Myrtle Bettis Esther Campbell Karen Thomas Suzanne Tribble Richard Parker l r,y,, ,4l, . . xx W,-2 ,swf V: W Sharon Winstead COUNSELORS Ms. Karen Thomas and Ms. Esther Campbell share a smile while complet- ing a task. gm:-Q-.Q Mi.-:,f"""'..-3 X364 wud, f i 1 w 1 K 2 E W5 I 5 Q E X fa zu til' i Se Numa' 37 E N G L I S H 5... ur English department has expanded itself this year in order to improve the learning of the students. There has been a new reading lab established in which many have participated. Mrs. Evelyn Floyd, head of the English department, has worked with many other teachers in making this project successful. Another English-oriented activity is the Pegasus Society. The advisors are Ms. Frances Yoder, Mrs. Marie O'Callaghan, and Miss Gordon Freeman. Mr. Dean Barber, head of the Fine Arts department, is also an advisor of this club. These projects have both proven to be advantageous to Myers Park's English de- partment. Just as the English department gives it their best to encourage the students, so do the librarians. Due to the efforts of Mrs. Mar- garet Hunnicutt, Mrs. Gail Reynolds, and Mrs. Karen Moore, the library has main- tained its high standards of quality. The li- brarians, with the help of the new library aide, Mrs. Carol Brown, have continued to make the library a popular place to be during lunch. Overall, the library "continues its tra- dition of outstanding service to the stu- dents." The Foreign Language department came out from behind the scenes this year with eye-catching pinatas from the Spanish classes. Mr. Frank Ponce is the Spanish teacher who brainstormed this idea. During the Mardi Gras season, French club students recognized this French holiday by making masks and costumes to fit the occasion. Both of these clubs have shown their abili- ties to be creative and exciting in expressing their talents and in practicing foreign ideas. Ms. Mary Hazel Hatchette and Kelly Howard work together to find a solution. UNM KQHQQQN. hiimainlin hmm ham bww 1, j Wt, X38 Mr. Richard Cribbs hurries to complete his task. Ms. Gordon Freeman clarifies her assignment to Rajan Shah. tr f il-Q.:-wi-swf tam - ,-HY" " ,Qt ...,,,..,,,.,,..,,w,.,k ll' W3 .sim A ,,. .JJ .."" ,A W ' iff , .f . .ee Gaye Burns Richard Cribbs Evelyn Floyd 'SM' it .ffl ,V ,Q 'E K 1-K Gordon Freeman Mary Hazel Hatchette Annie Henry 1'ln s "H W...-as ii... 'kv'- Elizabeth Hinson Shirley Martin Marie O'Callaghan . kk,., . 65 ,4 .5 A ,,?.i,, lv ag' Q W snr 5 V' is ge ii get IX My M K 2? Q-sf .. 5" w iv! f f, , .W ,.1, ' " Q u p ' Ms. Frances Yoder directs her undivided attention to her work. Barbara Flenfro Virginia Sutherland Thelma Wise Q 5 Y 5 Rpihmw Ms. Marie O'Callaghan takes a quick break before plunging into another stack of papers. F ....... E1 Frances Yoder RUG 39 Marta Casali Joni Demera Mr. Frank Ponce br IW X --2,3 h The Pinatas made by the Spanish classes bright LIBRARIANS 'V A f X i Margaret Hunnicutt Karen Moore Gail Reynolds S S A-I Ms. Margaret Hunnicutt looks up from her work, as head librarian, to pose for a picture. Ms. Carol Brown examines one of the many magazines contained in the library. Ms. Karen Moore and Ms. Gail Reynolds indulge in light conversation while performing routine duties. T, M F ' Hifi ,"k Robert Chambers Mike Connelley Kim Eve Angela Fritz 'Q Kent Walker, ambushed by crazy students. he History Department is made up of twelve teachers, three of whom are new to Myers Park. These new teachers, Ms. Kim Eve, Mrs. Robin Stanley, and Mr. Mike Connelley teach such classes as U.S. History, World His- tory, Government Law, and Applied Economics. Hopefully this has been a successful year to each one of these people. Head of the history department Ms. Cheryl Harper, has helped make available to Myers Park stu- dents, the Project Close-Up. This is open to all interested students who wish to travel to Washington, D.C. and attend daily seminars at our na- tion's capital. Two scholarships are available with this package. Over the past few years. Project Close- Up has proven to be an asset to any student's life. 42 gif' Cheryl Harper Beverly Haris Mr. Ron Wright: "Yes, you can take my picture." helping a student in need. EN! st xii I HISTORY Wendy Carr and Mary Bruce seek Mr. ConneIIey's advice Mr. Robert Chambers quenches his thirst. is I at 9 , ,x i x. , 5 at fe' X Dave Layton Alfardretta Mason Mary Schmulling ie s W M 4 W W 4 - -' A - - .,,, , .f, MXN, 1 ff is it Mr. Dave Layton studies hard over a student's paper. Mrs. Robin Stanley fs- if Mun .i,,e.,ii M ,i,. Robin Stanly Kent Walker Fion Wright x 43 MATHEMATICS l 1 Ms. Jacqueline Cox 3 Mrs. Elizabeth Webb ilvs wrt'- Mr. Wallace Davis Mrs. Yvonne Roberts gets prepared for the next class. Ms. Sue Swanda l 'N ?" Q f X Ms. Margaret Freeman Mrs. Terry Scott "5 Mr. Robert Gardner Mrs. Elizabeth Webb Mrs. Yvonne Roberts Mr. Harry Johnston Mr. Kenneth Kneidel Mr. Tom O'Brien Mr. Richard Prince Ms. Lois Read 6 44 V Mr. Tom O'Brien takes a break for a picture. Mrs, Lois Read ,fr Mr. Richard Prince he Math Department consists of thirteen full-time teachers and one half-day teacher. Its classes range from General Math to Analysis and Calculus. Miss Sue Swanda, head of this staff, has taught in the math field for ten years. She has been at Myers Park for eight years, teaching courses such as Geometry, Analysis, and Concepts. The Math Honor Society is Mu Alpha Theta. Its members are those who have had an average of 3.5 or more since Algebra. These students travel annually to a state- wide competition at Chapel Hill. 45 C .5 le iff' ,h if 4? c .... sv Hiawatha Foster Charles Fulcher Richard Hinson Kenneth Kniedel Betty Macfie Lois Ftatliff S Hanes Schuler watches Mr. Richard Hinson attentively as he talks to his class. E 3 When it comes to science, Ms. Marian Yates is meticulous and to the James Ryder Michael Sloan Aldriche Watkins point- Marian Yates i tiJ i V gl 'inn he Myers Park Science de- partment is headed by Ms. Betty Macfie. She and the oth- er teachers have worked hard to prepare our students for the annual science fair. The science curriculum includes the following subjects: Sci- ence by lnvestigation, Biology, Or- namental Horticulture, and Chemis- try. The teachers and students work together to explore the fasci- nating world of science. faq, ,7 i 4 Mr. Charles Fulcher, Dewan McElhiney, and Matt Shane discuss a state- ment of science with a little humor. Ms. Lois Ratliff enjoys the world of science. fx Mr. James Ryder studies his lesson plan thoroughly before presenting it to the class. Mr. Richard Hinson teaches his class with serious expression. X , Mi -au- 47 Elizabeth Bagby Martha Bailey Marion Campbell Scott Gilland and Rodney Rorie watch intently as Mr Kevin McNeeIey works at the table saw Marcille Deane he Vocational Department is made up of classes such as Typing, Accounting, Fashion Merchandising, Marketing, lndus- trial Arts, Auto Mechanics, and Computer Programming. This year Mrs. Elizabeth Bagby, the Voca- tional Chairperson, is working with the other vocational teachers to make this department better for all business students. One special project that this divi- sion has undertaken this year is to establish their own computer lab. Any business course has the op- portunity to use the lab. To go along with the lab, a software library is being established. More and more expansions are making this department very useful for all students. 48 .A , Nancy Elmore Barbara Funderburk fu! ,vt 5 Marlene Lewis Kevin McNeeIy Jim Smith James Vance Mrs. Rebecca Ciemmer reaches for her goodies with great anticipation. 9' ing. 1' Judy Funston Barbara Goodioe Evelyn Jones ii ... bi TV '1 l,-' Pat Mellen E.W. Owens Sara Russell Mrs. Judy Funston F.- 49 FINE ARTS Our Fine Arts department is con- structed of many talented teachers and is headed by Mr. Dean Barber. This department has continually produced fine actors and ac- tresses, singers, musicians, pho- tographers, and artists. The Drama Club, headed by Mr. Don Nance, performed the musical, Grease, in which many participated and showed great talent. Mr. Robert Davis and the chorus classes trav- eled to contests and received high scores. The Fine Arts teachers and students work together to reach high standards of quality in the things they do. A 'lf 'ii' Ms. Connie Nowlin instructs Jakie Romero on her silk screen project. Mr. Dean Barber is caught in the act of smuggling food from the school cafeteria . . . But why? J ..w"'W A ,. K ,. . . Ll, .wwwwwmyywfwwQMsr-sgwtsw-t,.1.Xs..M 50 Q-fs ' f i A pa W J W 0 X E J X W f, E Wag f ' ,,,,., , . , ir, . if , ,J f f an 3 1 , Q W A' J 3 1 :LJ A- Byron Baldwin Dean Barber Robert Blanton Mr. Duke Johns is trul a wild and craz u Y YQY- Bornnn 2zgf" 'Ti 'fi J I eeer me .,-. R .e,--- ' e,I1.,1 --ml i rrrr orrrr B S 'fmnwmmm , Z S l Practice makes perfect for Erin Hinson, Suzanne Harmon, Ellen Dent, Tammy Nye, Nina Massey, Jennifer Jones, Cherly Aubas, Colette Wil- liams, Dena Jones, and Monica Williams. Robert Davis Duke Johns Spencer Mims Don Nance Connie Nowlin 'wt iilizsiii: "-f , ..:,:. ' . " i' 1 at 3 ,,,' Pfflveifr ' 'Q , .. ' ' "" Y , ,, , - mf r"' I 1 'ev - er ' J f 3 5,5 Krew-P' 2 , . ' I fmq, ,, , 1- Q ,, 4 ' ' 4 M' it Y 'J J 6 My , ' 2 J. m 51 . .. ,,41,g,g-5 .wrt I , l a -s PHYS ED DR! ED i If Howard Barkley Ms. Vicki Galliher is jotting down important informa- tion. l ,. ..., , P at at Q qb t h t it , l t s Mr. Alvin Wideman is caught without a smile. 52 K Freddie Clinton Les Eagleston Steve Prevatte lk, Royce Thomasson Ethie Watermann Alvin Wideman Mr. Les Eagleston Nancy Abraham Max Diggs Marcella Elijah N... 's--..- at 'U--..,,, the Cecelia Keel Master Chief William Keene Commander Donald Thacker Mr. William Keene and Mr. Donald Thacker "4-on www. ESLXEIVIH NJROTC Mr. Howard Barnhill gets relaxed to do his work. " K ' 3 X -f ,. 4 jIIf'f,'E??.-- . . zriggir.. its " si I K j ' 1. ,H-""N I his year Commander Donald Thacker and Master Chief William Keene have led the group of ROTC students in flag presentations and drills. They have been seen daily marching around the campus perfecting their skills. The Physical Education Department continues to be a standard among the curriculum at Myers Park. The new P.E. option plan which allows students to be excluded from the P.E. class, has been used by the majority of students. The Driver Education class is still a favorite among the sophomore curricu- lum. The ESL Program is provided for those who need to learn English as a second language. 53 5 1 x lui " wk i N FL NVW E 33, i x 'll ui W all g 'Q S 1 E ' M .l X - H1 Kg. will N 1 gi, x x M nf 5 l Wm N i Ok gill s ix i , i Helen Barton " if' i fr IIA - rrr ? l sss ,:,. s '1' Carol Forsythe :ss ,L .: ' f 5? H R X35 -Q: V wi-mm s 5 w eil Q mil K My ,S gg X M Q xx 3 c s -: ., Q '- k Q Q ii U Q 5 A , M if N Q 'im .P M Ann Lane Jackie Morgan sm.. , Marlene Spence 54 5 'Nunav- ,- ,JF ., n a dl Qu, Fw o Ox It 5 4, , . of I W 'sr ak ,S X S is ' ' ' ,, ' N . af X s A' , K Y ' ' 1 ' 2 0 if ' 95? Q R Ms. Marlene Spence takes a break from her busy schedule. Ms. Mary Covington makes going through the lunch line worthwhile sy' Q s N , 5 ' 3 i 1 f ' 14 K Q13-', Q William Adams Thomas Latimer Custodial Transportation Supervisor Specialist Bessie Pruitt Cafeteria Supervisor Teachers Not Pictured Howard Barnhill, EMH Carol Brown, Library Aide Steven Burns, Ornamental Horticulture Vicki Galliher, Physical Education Lou Ross, English Taking phone messages is a small part of Ms. Carol Forsythe's job. Ms. Ann Lane uses her computer skill to keep office records in order. OR 'N 'R it -ii -1 .. 3.1 ,T 56 3.9 K 5 .. R V 2 - gp- K onl"""' A-1 K --..,,, f' ja was . A 1 ' Q ,Q , K, M elsif 5 1. W is ffm: 559 hwff 'Wu - as sr W rel if MEMBERSHIP - lleft to rightl Front row: S. Higgins, J. Barry, S. Freeland, N. Pool, K. Robinson, W. Holmes, S. Cathey. Second row: K. Ryder, L. Opdyke, R. Swenson, T. Hill, J. Kansbotham, M. Barton, D. Whitney, L. Ftisse, G. Diffendal, N. Thackston, N. Barry, C. Cline, R. Moomaw, S. Henderson, E. Barnett, C. Kincaid. Third row: D. Watson, M. Burton, K. Courtland, A. Lovell, S. Enloe, A. Patterson, T. Tippett, R. Barreau, S. Suiter, W. Worley, S. Smith, H. Ezell. Fourth row: D. Rice, K. Craig, T. Montegomery, H. Hathaway, C. Knight, R. Wani, K. Cates, P. Strickland, A. Tuppett, S. Elmore, L. McDowell, S. Harmon, D. Jackson, G. Collins, J. Culler. OFFICERS -- lL to Rl Debbie Watson, Sergeant-At-Armsg Holt Hathaway, Secretaryg Jennifer I Culler, Presidentg Caroline Kincaid, Vice-President, Sally Henderson, Treasurerg Susanne Harmon, Chaplain. PURPOSE: The purpose of the Am- bassadors is to promote school and community service by active participation of all members. Ad- mission is selective andthe girls ac- cepted are those who are willing to devote time and effort to all club activities. ACTIVITIES: School service is demonstrated by painting the hoof- prints along the street at the back entrance, painting the baseball du- gouts, acting as ball girls for home varsity soccer games, and provid- ing refreshments for many of the Myers Park athletic teams. Major fundraisers include car washes and the annual Ambassador candy sale. Community service is demon- strated by volunteering at Crisis Assistance Clothing Ministry, Me- trolina Food Bank and Memorial Hospital as well as working at San- ta's Bag at the Children's Theater and at iscovery Place's Haunted House. Finally, a major community activity was working at the Christ- mas Miracle Telethon sponsored by WPCQ and making a large dona- tion to the Christmas Miracle. I' I I I . I I . . I a l . I , Ill 'l.z . ,Q 5 ds MEMBERSHIP - lleft to rightl Front row: S. Worthington, S. Kilminister, S. Nguyen, C. Higgins, T. Richardson, DL Reece, S. Bailey, L. McCorkie, R. Brietz. Second row: T. Green, T. Klavohn, B. Young, P. Coblenz, S. Coble, M. Creton, E. Popper, M. Sjorlie, W. Hinson, N. Clark. Third row: T. Garion, D. Dimier, J. Turner, T. Finnie, W. Robinson, C. Kennerly, C. Weil, R Cashion, F. Hill, S. Raine, B. Vaden. Fourth row: J. J. Schonberg, D. Reece, D. Jarrell, J. Leonard, S. Darlington, T. Bridges, J. Register, R. Shah, D. Shmikler, B. Holcomb, D. Brenner, J. Olsen, S. Phillips. Fifth row: E. Campbell, J. Bolton, S. Wagner, M. Foster, D. Rogers, W. Willis, D. Fleming, E. Wilson, S. Pusser, G. Fadel, E. Williams, C. Fernandez, S. Ford. Sixth row: K. Walker, Seventh row: V. Ricks, T. Short, M. Goad, M. Mitischele, J. Shive. OFFICERS - IL to RJ Doug Jarrell, Treasurer: J. J. Schonberg, Vice-President, Daniel Brenner, President, Daniel Shmikler, Secretary, Doug Reece, Sergeant-At-Arms. I PURPOSE: The purpose of ln- teract is to promote brother- hood and good will. The club aims at serving the school, the if S ssls' S so I community, andthe world. it I ACTIVITIES: Interact holds ln- teractlAmbassador socials, gs school-spirited activities and a , fall and spring night for new J members. The members par- ticipated ln the Crop Walk and the Haunted House at Discov- ery Place. They also volunteer at Memorial Hospital, the Me- - trolina Food Bank, Loaves and Fishes, Crisis Assistance Minis- +ve- try, and other organizations . which work towards helping "7 1 2 s 9- ' others. I - ADVISOR: K. Walker ...IJ , :ni mini I T- .- Vitale, M. Robertson, K. Pritchett. Second row: L. Barcllavens, M. Bynum, H. Underwood, L. Hoskins, K. Beckwith, M. Bass J. Walter, L. Foley, S. Cole, E. Ketner. Third row: E. Ricketts, E. Hawkins, M. Terry, L. Burlos, M. Mauney, V. Stern, L Childers, J. Myers, K. Ferraro C. McGavram. Fifth row: J. Miller, K. Misenheimer, J. Seynour, S. Hicks, S. Stanley. OFFICERS - QL to Rl Kelly Pritchett, Chaplain, Lisa Foley, Secretary, Jenny Myers, Treasurer, Kathryn Ferraro, President, Elaine Ketner, Vice-Presidentg Sharelle Hicks, Sergeant-At-Arms. PURPOSE: Keyettes intention is to basically "build". This in- cludes building in all aspects of the school, community, and the friendships among the girls in the club. ACTIVITES: Throughout the year, Keyettes have performed various community activities such as going to Memorial Hos- pital to deliver flowers every Thursday. They helped keep the grounds and buildings of the international House clean. After selling carnations during Home- coming week, and volunteering for Santas bag at the Children's Theatre, the Haunted House at Discovery Place, and the Walk- A-Thon for the Juvenile Diabe- , tes Foundation, Keyettes also Vi particiapted in various intramu- Q 3 ral Sports with the Ambassa- , dors and the Key Club. ADVISOR: G. Reynolds ...H ... .4 MEMBERSHlP - fLeft to Righty Front row: S. Johnson, D. Blackwelder, K. Walker, S. Farmer, M. Hurteau, A. Locke, V. VanLandingham, S. Williams, D. Newman, L. Neal. Fourth row: A. Carson, A. Sullivan, E. Nance, A. Alston, M. Ennis, H. . L . , Sv R . 5. J. .. fl ' Al'gl iii Eli . , , I , mi , . - : 1 .gr Q, f,- ' as--,. we f alafliiiflfa sa,' x K lit Y !W"l ""9"i7 gan ' X' :H .T MEMBERSHIP - llett to rightl Front row: K. Neshat, T. J. haycox, J. Floyd, R. Peterson, D. Watson, V. Simpson, A. Mclntyre. Second row: S. Hawes, J. Leonard, T. Jordak, C. Vickers, D. Massi, G. Howell, B. Diehl, J. Vera. Third row: B. Brunner, T. Perry, J. McNair, M. Thompson, R Middleton, B. O'Herran, T. Sherrill, M. Weaver, J Frazier. Fourth row: W. Mauney, E, Young, B. Skinner. K. B. Mclntyre, B. Keltz, J, McCracken. M. Hall, J. Milford, M. Warren, M. Nurkin, Fifth row: M. Snead, M Robinson, C. Neil, P. Wright, C, Doherty, B. Canipe, E. Heyworth, H. Castleman, G. Gray, T. Younghans, A. Peroyea. Sixth row: C. Parnell, J. Burgess, J. Crockett, T. Welton, T. Carmichael, M. Albequerque, C. Elmore, A. Charnisky, C. Hicks, M. Muckler, . McCoy, G. Koufaliotis. Seventh row: C. Merritt, D. Bowman, C. Lambeth, L. Johnson, S. Yamanashi, J. Cook, G. Gribble, J. Cates, W. Grasty, S. Walker, R. Ringley, M. Thomas, M. Godwin, Eighth row: J. Bedingfield, M, Smith, D. Entwlstle, Fl. Spears, B. Cooke, C. McCarty, J. Sams. OFFICERS - LL to RJ Glenn Gribble, Sergeant-At-Armsg Charles Merritt, Secretaryg Martin Godwin, President: Toby Younghans, Vice-President, Morgan Snead, Treasurer: David Bowman, Sergeant-At-Arms. which promotes school spirit - - W service in the school and in the A - fi at. I V Qomrnunity' and d'sp'ayS a pos' ,ggg 1 ,.s.g rig.. . tive image of teenagers today ' C'Ub membefs 'Gam to WOVK fo in . . , ssii.e 1 gr, .... li ' gether in order to accomplish . .S , 'ff Q .p - - . V their goals, in service and in life s 'I " B " ACTIVITIES: Members of Key R ,- ' 'nf . ,..-...D - 1 SX, fr , I .. 1-. ' . -- f I if 5. 'ln rn lxl,l I I W g Xlilllllll was - R. W is , ICS . ,,, .- 'W' 'S 'W S-S " iw- S... - 'S ADVISOR: Rick Hinson and .E Mike Sloane. PURPOSE: Key Club is a club Club helped the Nevins Center during Festival in the Park and g ,L A -..,. worked with the Catawba Wa ' terfowl Refuge They also 'A cleaned up the campus and sta S g dium before and after special , ,fs events. The club helped the l S' American Organ Donor s Asso f ciation on Organ Donors Day lsts i ' S .553 xi and also donated money to Ramsey's Kindergarden for . X children with Down s Syn drome. Some members were ii. buddies at the Special Olym .1 . ......,.... .,.. ,ei L . . 5 .. I 1 Q .M it ii . Q. , , , , . , .... , l- ,,. M ,A . .. -Wea 2- I ,Mi i I Q A .... , Y .,.-,-.i ..,... 1 t , g it 'W i l A 2 i 1 .. . , . F 5 . I 1 is i......... X,.,. M2 i 1 QNMMW ., 5 TNR MS g . 5 K i y X L. x,.., ....,,,. g 2 5 I ,..A . - , 2 1 Q E LL t K . j A,,,A, 5 I Q ' 5 f . , Q .,,, ,..,f ' 2 T i 5 1-we .Q ,M ..,.,... , , f ! . 5 5 , , l , , i 5 is 2 I 5 Q i H ' s .... . . 5 MEMBERSHIP - Cleft to rightj Front row: T. Hill, R Baker, D. Hinton, M. Pegues, K. Howell, T. Diggs, W. Carr, P. Mason, E Springs. Second row: R. McMichael, T. Flowe, V. Hoover, C. Steels, D. Crackett, D. Jones, C. Boyce, C. Aubas, M. Burton, L Gray. Third row: T. Artis, S. Sturdivant, C. Tippett, E Cooper, C. Williams, J. Mayhew, D. Jones, T. Brown, E Blackmon, C Williams. OFFICERS - QL to RJ Phoebe Monroe, Fundraiser: Tracy Artis, Treasurerg Kim Howell, Vice- Presidentg Rhonda McMichael, President, Latrina Bardlavens, Secretary, Jamie Mayhew, Parliamentarian. PURPOSE: Various Opportuni- l ties For Girls United Equally. ACTIVITIES: Vogue sponsored a Disco to end the first quarter, during this time they were spon- soring a food drive for Thanks- giving. They collected can goods to be given to needy fam- ilies. For Christmas the girls took toys, clothing and food to churches to be given to families for a Merry Christmas. During basketball season they sold garters. Q ADVISOR: A. M. Mason l M- V .iv lif ,.,,,4-tv. frfft .. .W J- if l k , W ,yy ' " ' f ep 4 . .. ,Q ft , awow.. t J ,fag MEMBERSHIP - Ueft to righty Front row: B. Stradford, M. Thompson, B. Harris, H. Alexander, B. Blrtha, M. Spears, A. Robinson. Second row: C. Cox, W. Wallace, T. Williams, M. Cureton. Third row: D. Caldwell, S. Coleman, T. Hicklin, T. Diggs, D. McCoy, R. Holman. Fourth row: W. Williams, D. Drakeford, C. White, J. Stewart, W. Henderson. Fifth row: T. Welton, D. Caldwell, L. Byrd, A. Diggs, J. Debeuneuer. Sixth row: L. Green, L. Covington, G. Craig, E. Grier, J Edwards. OFFICERS: - QL to RJ Bryan Stradford, Sergeant-At-Armsg DeWitt Caldwell, Treasurerg Jay Edwards, Vice-Presidentg Jacques Debeuneure, Presidentg Micheal Wallace, Vice-President: Bryan Harris, Secretaryg Willie Henderson, Sergeant-at-Armsg Buster Green, Sergeant-At-Arms. i i 4'-+5 rfb f' ...-- - if . I ' ' PURPOSE: G.Q.'s intention is to improve life for each other and those around them. ACTIVITIES: G.Q. had a suc- cessful dance. They gave food to the Humane Society for Hal- loween. They gave food to the Children's Homes during Thanksgiving. For the Christ- mas season they donated toys and money to the Empty Stock- ing Fund. They visited hospitals to take toys to the children who had been there for long periods of time without their families. ADVISORS: W. Davis, A. M. Ma- son. PURPOSE: Library assistants are an important part of the library pro- gram. They perform a wide array of jobs in all areas of the library. Be- cause of their work, the library pro- gram runs more smoothly. ADVISOR: G. Reynolds. ASSISTANTS - Qleft to righty Front row: Chia Vang, Elizabeth Leitner, Melanie Coleman, Katsha Nelson, Juanita Guinyard. Second row: Ronald Digsby, Paul McCants, Colleen Grybush, LaSonya Thompson, Andre Blackmon, Monty Neely. Third row: Tyrone Jones, Rashawn Hopper, Patrick Bird, Kiki Kalevas, Mark Grant, Dee Anna Smith. PURPOSE: Office assistants help in the office with secretarial work and answering the phones. One of the tasks is to deliver bulletins. Being an office assistant allows students to become familiar with an office and how it operates. ADVISOR: A Lane, C. Forsythe ASSISTANTS - tleft to rightl Front row: Marilyn Moore, Charlene Steele, Jennifer Culler, Elizabeth Leitner. Second row: Sabrina Peeler, Lisa Risse, Dino Kalevas, Yolanda Warren. S3 -s 5' Ztw 'iv -N., v, -, R .. 41 Q 1?-if, 4... ' Aftt f Q ,lg 5 2 t ...N ., 5 n 1 f W! ,4-. 1 PURPOSE: The German Club promotes a better understanding of the German language and culture through numerous outings con- cerning the development of knowledge. In this club all members are involved in many diverse activities to enrich themselves in studying German as a whole. ACTIVITIES: The German Club made banners to promote school spirit. They had candy sales as a fundraiser. The club spoke with Foreign Exchange Students. They also had outings to German res- taurants. OFFICERS: Carlos Weil, President, Gale Mahood, Vice-President, Ashleg Singleton, Secretary: Richard Cribbs, Treasurer. ADV! OR: R. Cribbs MEMBERSHIP - fleft to rightj Front row: L. Hinson, G. Mahood, H. Kratt, M. Holt, M. Clark, R. Clinard, C. Stanford, R. Partain, D. Currie, N. Pendergraph, A. Vitolo, A. Singleton. Second and third row: J. P. Thrower, K. Anderson, D. Almond, C. Stewart, A. Risse, E. Savage, S. Walker, R. Wani, C. McCarty, A. Shore, W. Mauney, L. Stafford. PURPOSE: The M. Ft Debate Team's purpose is to concentrate on logic and debate theory and also to develop public skills. They also attempt to compete successfully in tournaments in North Carolina and around the country. ACTIVITIES: The Debate team attended twenty-tour tournaments both in North Carolina and out of state. They hosted the 14th annual Laird Lewis Tournament. OFFICERS: Doug Jarrell, President: Danny Shmikler-Darden Rice, Vice-Presidents: Ed Williams - Rob Spears, Corresponding Secre- taries: Gretchen Diffendal - Eddie Campbell, Treasurersg Jennifer Barry -- Daniel Brenner, Recording Secretaries: Sally Higgins, His- torian. ADVISOR: V. Sutherland, R. Stanley MEMBERSHIP - tleft to rightj Front row: K. Stanford, R. Shah, D. Reece, T. J. Haycox, M. Busch, E. Emmons. Second row: E. Prudden, S. Powley, M. Basso, T. Blackman, J. Ho, D. Bombien, S. Austin, D. Hoechstetter. Third row: C. Davis, L. Mayfield, C. Higgins, T. Devereux, H. Weeks, B. Vaden. Fourth row: T. Davis, J. Barry, S. Higgins, J. Bowers, S. Alghrary, D. Rice. Fifth row: G. Diffendal, E. Williams, D. Brenner, D. Jarrell, D. Shimikler, K. Davidson, M. Neurkln. Sixth row: R. Spears, J. Bolton, E. Campbell, M. Shane, T. Furion, W. Willis, R. Shah, D. Hall, S. Wagner. ':'. . 'f W lit 7 . . . was .V ...K E , rl' I 4 fiiflktt I W 3753 ' 3474-c z M . xv' A N .t.' f MEMBERSHIP - ileft to right! Front row: E. Emmons, J, Lockman, A, Williams, C. Reeves, R. Sands, H. Ezell, Y. Glover, S. Toney. L. Gouge, L. McCallum, A. Hendrix Second row: E. Prudden, M. Watts, J. Lyles, S. Faille, S. Chapman, E. Hubbs, K. Crates, S. Jones, E. Pinnow, H. Bing, R. Barfeau, J. Parnell. Third row: B. Jordan, A. Chisolm, A. Gentry, J. Ho, K, Culler, P. Collins. D. Reece, J. Culler, B. Tucker, T. Davis, V. Hodgens, M. Moorefield, K. Vandiver. Fourth row: Fi. Barnhill, M. Ennis, A Alston, R Coblenz, J. Blair, C. Klapheke, M. Colcough, C. Higgins, S. Henderson, A, Bostian, S. Cathey, H. Heim, C. Devane, K. Ferraro. Fifth row: G. Ciimer A. Falls C. East, T. Jordak, C. Thomisser, S. Worthington, W. Bullock, J. Hecox, D. McGany, H. Weeks. J. Dalton, T. Worthing, M. Hicks, H. Griffing, C. Withrow. Sixth row: L. Johnson, W. Grasty, M. Thomas, G. Gray, B. O'Herron, S. Fligel, Fl. Cowan, J. Kirkman, T. Welton, T. Carmichael, K. Davidson, A. Furman, M. Amons. S. Gulledge, M Hall, A. Helms. Seventh row: M. Ketner, M. Goad, H. Godes, H. Dick, T. Carmichael, T. Short, D. Entwistle, J. Sams, C. Merritt. ' OFFICERS - ileft to rightl Elizabeth Prudden, Secretary: Charles Merritt, President: Kathy Crates, Vice- Pl'8Sld6l"lIQ JOSTI Sams, l'E3SUl'8l'. - PURPOSE. Spanish Club is a service club, as well as a social club, raising the awareness of I interested students in Spanish customs and culture. The Spanish Club also raises funds to purchase needed materials for the Spanish Department. ACTIVITIES: This year the Spanish Club participated in many activities. For Halloween they had a dinner at Casa Gal- lardo and for the Christmas Season they sold pinatas. The club also sold Valentine cards for a fundraiser. ADVISOR: M. Casali L.-. , ,LJ ,J Fi, iw? ,iii fi Q IKIILTWCC' -mf ,S llll I IN t . Illll lfl af! it 1 MEMBERSHIP - ileft to rightj Front row: T. White. L. Hawkinson, B. Higginbotham, M. Hurteau, T. Dang, H. Brewster, T. J. Haycox, T. Hill, M. Nguyan. Second row: M. Mauney, K. Noggle, A. Shaw, A. Ayers, B. Stephens, K. Courtland, A. Tivnana, A. Bostian, S. Knight, M. Rolfe. Third row: A. Sullivan, I. Jenkins, D. Rice, T. Nichols, B. Way, J. Moore, K. Nesbat, C. Bush, J. Davis, J. Martin, M. Penton. Fourth row: M. Franklin, C. Brannon, C. Beachley, S. Craddock, T. Sellers, J. Leonard, A. Mistri, J. Frazier, M. Woollen, C. Furr, K. Craig, A. Carson. Fifth row: J, Register, S. Phillips, M. Nurkin, M, Jones, J. Baucom, B. Holcomb, G. Huff, B. Young, J. Turner, M. Barton, L. Murphy, R. McMichael, S. Coleman. Sixth row: P. Hopkins, M. Lewis, J. Edwards, M. Spence, E. Wilson, J. Shive, J. Kincheloe, C. Eudy, G. Fadel, D. Patch, N. Clark, M. Willison, M. Terry, M. Alford. Seventh row: J. Chipperfieid, J. Norwood, B. Teague. OFFICERS - QL to RJ Tambra Nichols, Sergeant-At-Armsg Brian Holcomb, Secretaryg Kim Noggle, President, Meredith Barton, Vice-President: Jon Shive, Treasurer, Molly Mauney, .- Sergeant-At-Arms, Jay Leonard, Sergeant-At-Arms. PURPOSE: Latin Club is a ser- vice club. It consists of Latin students and any students who have previously taken Latin and are still interested in the lan- guage. Their meetings give them an opportunity to learn more about the Latin language and customs and to work on my service projects. . ACTIVITIES: The Latin Club sponsored a food drive for Thanksgiving and for the Hu- mane Society. They also spon- sored a family for Christmas. L The club attended the JCL Con- . P. . . Af' i 1, fm 3' 4 5 9. fb 4 Q if ' :s geo S :J 31 5' O5 Q ll? 2 3 ie Q 2 rv 1 3 E C' ID 9' ua - 2 91 SD CD ex! i . -i...... , . .i.i. - 6 E 5 3 - .E .. ,,..W... Y i 1 .L . X ., i , .- ,W,,. , 1 . - i 1 i 2 t-"4-W r I , A 1 s 5 - g -..., . ...,-.-.,.., Q . 5 . . . ' E i , , 2 l i A . .., .5 ..., .. ....-.i .XXX., , , E MET ,E 1 . Q ?e.,..-,J E g.. ..LA ., , 2 ' 1 z 5 E l 2 i Q .S N si ' at 53 if i 1 A f L. -' .. i 4 Q . g Y s -1 F f F Q ,, , . . l Q f i A f " l 3 5 . 2 l 33:1 Q T ....... .. Q.. ...W -1 E I 3 5 I 5 2 5 S t. L "' g..,.,.... .... .1 a-..-...... ,... .,.,.! im 2 f i .5 i .i ' 5 WF A l MEMBERSHIP - ileft to rightl Front row: L. Neal. M. Williams, S. Howie, L. Goulge, C. Smith, Fl. Oates, A. Nguyen, S. Johnson, K. Nuttall, A Barringer, S. Draketord, Second Row: L. McDowell, D. Carns, E Washington, . Edwards, C. Lowe, S. Weaver, K. Se mour, V. Hoover, C Boyce, L. Williams, L. Bardlavens. Third row: M. Pattishall, M. Savard, J. Ho, G. Harrit, M. Makrigiannis, C. Jackson, J. Shook, M. Savard, S Hicks, K. Makrigiannis, K. Beavis, E Goumas. Fourth row: C. Hunter, T. Streater, M. Davis, T. Goodwin, C. Aubas, A. Watkins, B. Birtha, E Proctor, J. Steawrt, M. Lydon, S. Henderson, D. Bost, J. Stathopolouslos, Fifth row: J. Debeuneuer, W. Bullock, C. Lindsey, S. Fihynes, C McKay, M. Stewart, A. McCoy, Paul McCants, C. Smith, C. Cox, C. Tippett, J. Protz, F Blackmon, M. Carr, Sixth row: S. Wagner, T. Neuman E. Covington, G. Fadel, D. Spangler, M. Katko, J. Bedingfield, K. Drew, W. Grasty, A. Charnisky, M. Snead, T. Younghans, C. Crosby. PURPOSE: The FBLA works to develop vocational and career skills, as well as civic and per- sonal responsibilities. They provide an important pan of in- structional opportunities for high school students in busi- ness and office education. ACTIVITIES: Each year FBLA attends District, State, and Na- tional Leadership Conferences. Members of the FBLA assist teachers with secretarial work when needed. ln November, they held a fund raising project selling candy. All funds were used to start up an account for FBLA. ADVISORS: E. Bagby, B. Clem- mer, M. Bailey, P. Mellen, E. Jones. OFFICERS QL to Rl Chavez Crosby, Historiang Tom Nauman, Reporter: Laura McDowell, Secretary, Adriane Watkins, President, Julie Protz, Vice-Presidentg Marcus Stewart, Treasurerg Rhonda Oates, Parliamentarian. ,.,.,.......-...., ?......... 1 .. ........ -.. ..,,. ,....,k Y... , .. , ,. . MEMBERSHIP -ileft to rightl Front row: M. Robinson, P. Roland, M. Faulkner, S, Howie, T, Anthony, J, Busch, V. Pistiolas, D. Crockett, S. Chapman, K. Nelson, L, Gray, S. McDowell, J. Guinyard, E. Springs. C. Hicklin, T. Hagler, D. Hinton, W. Lowery, W. Worley, S, Garrison, C. Hardin, S. Drakelord, P. Mason, R. Simpson, T. Simmons, L. Reid, Second row: K. Papageorgiou, C, Goodson, N Young, V. Hoover, K. Vandiver, J. Perkins. Ft Caudle, D. Wilson, C. Whitworth. C, Miller, S. Wilder, A, Sherer, T. Altoonian, V. Myers, T. jackson, A. Moore, C. Steele, C, Gibbons, R. Davis. N. Jennings, R, McGill, T. Middleton, R Smith, V. Barnett, S. McGill, V, Gomillion, T. Hampton. Third row: R. Christopoulos, C. Cline, C. Vasoll. M. Moore, L. Huntley, S. Boger, M. Raqueal. V. Joner, R Monroe, T. Smith, P. Robinson, A. Adams, T. Joyce, L. Firms, K, Howell, C, Funderburke, L. Belton. A, Chisolm, J. Honeycutt, M. Bufba, K, Grigg, K, Wilkerson, B. Orr, S. Litton, T. Katopodis, L. Thomas, E, lveros. Fourth row: W. Dupree, T. Hicklin, M. Bruce, S. Crockett, E. Hemphill, R, Kings, C, Council, R. Burton, D. Sturgis, M, Wallace,J. Edwards, B. Bertha, W. Manning, T. Flowe, T. Quince, T, Diggs, D. Magda, M. Pattyshall, M. Moore. A. Bentley, K. Petty, A, Eagle, R. Clinard, L. Nicholson, W, Wise, M. Henderson, E. Harris, A. Robinson, Htth row: T. Jones, P Nash, T. Harris, M. Neal, K, Holloman, R Threatt, G. Craig. T. Diggs, L. Phillips, D, McCoy, R. Taylor, C. Grybush. K. Craig. H, Alexander, M. Pattishall, M. Kan, M. McMillian, W. Henderson,J. Debeuneure. B. Harris. T. Ledbetter, S. Sowell, M, Thompson, B. Stratford, S. Gel. C. Grey, T. Artis, K. Howard, J. Mayhew, R. McMichael, Sixth row: R. Wainscott, T, Martin, R. Hopper, C. Tippet, E Cooper, L. Thompson, C. Scott, A. Young, L. Mason,J, Morris, J. Lchri,J, Printzas, R. Chambers, K. Kendall. S. Cole, V. Stern, P, Porter, K. Droege, L. Phillips, N. Pelzer, J. Barber. L. Watkins, M. Neely, M. Hunter, C. Austin, D. Drakelord, D, S, Davis, Seventh row: T. Cummings, D. Spangler, J, Osborne, R Bogan, C. Crosby, R. Faust, D. Cockwell, D. Whitney, W. Grasty, L. Vickery, M. Walter, L. Gatlin, E. Gantt, W. Heggerson, J. Tanley. C. Hicks, G. Kouialtis, R. Davis, C, Williams, M, Woodard, M. Rupp, C. Cornwell, M. Jacobs, R. Gator, D. Wallace, J. King, C. Withrow. Eighth row: C. Stewart, M. Katko. D. Bowman, A. Blackmon. S. Perkins, G, Swearingin, S. Major. OFFICERS: QL to RJ Lee Phillips, Executive Vice-Presidentg April Adams, Historian Vice- President, Melissa Henderson, Publicityg Chris Withrowg President. .. ... PURPOSE: DECA IS the largest student organization in Amer g T 3 g in icazthe Myers ParkChapter has yyyy y yyyg gy ,g y had an active and successful i 2 K g it 5 year. The clubs activities re 3 fy Zbf,,g, . A volved around career competi at MW w e Q - vice and human interest ACTIVITIES: Each year DECA . ' T . P' t k MYLHF Wiliii fciioiiiiiciiiii'Ti.Lyg'ZS.daVSZi 13 , y l l I Cl i ir ,Q i ii i loons during the week of Home A yA,A,, coming. At Thanksgiving and ' T 4 . A. Christmas time the members 'I At l if 7 Xi ii ,ig gathered can goods and cloth ' A, V 5 i i X to ing for a needy family . V. I XXC 5 ADVISORS: M Deane J Fun if ston, J. Smith 1, I' 52 Viz, t A if Z -wi - 'W tions at district state and na i tional levels, as well as their , 'jx N Q commitment to community ser f ' .J 1 MEMBERSHIP - lleft to rightl Front row: V. Carter, S. Carr, S. Howie, M. Moore, T. Alexander, T. Hill, P. Cureton. Second row: K. Reid, V. Hoover, L. Bardlavens, T. Torrence, V. Davis, T. Welch, E. Bailey, T. Smith, D. Hughes, G. Harris. Third row: T. Ray, T. Mungo, C. Nguyen, Y. Glover, M. Woodard, C. McNair, N. Mayenge. PURPOSE: The Healt character, citizenship, current health issues. nity are important co ACTIVITIES: HOSA coloring books and cr sored the Spring Bl Welch, Treasurer, Elis trina Bardlavens, Edit Elect. ADVISOR: Sara Russ 2 - 1 h Occupation Students of America promotes leadership, ethical practices, respect, dignity, and involvement in Environmental issues and survival needs in the commu- ncerns of the club. visited Presbyterian Hospital Pediatrics and gave out ayons. They also visited the Randolph Nursing Home to sing Christmas carols 00d Mobile. OFFICERS: Vilda Da and give out fruit baskets. ln December, HOSA spon- vis, Presidentg Tammy Hill, Vice-President: Timolyn a Bailey, Secretary: Natalie Mayen-Ige, Sgt-at-Arms: La- org Donya Hughes, Historian, Tina ortrence, President- ell I MEMBERSHIP - ileft to righti Front row: M M r ' oo e, M. Roseboro, B. Birtha, T. Moore, L. Thompson. Second row: C. Steele, J. Romero, Y. Reid, C. Martin, B. Tucker, S. Moore. Third row: D. Jennings, B. Simmons, T. Artis, L. Autry, K. Gibson, O. Hantzopoulos. Fourth row: L. Watkins, G Swanson, S. Thompson, T. Quince, C: Hicklen, L. Mason. homemaking world ACTIVITIES: Memb in September: they They visited a local and participated in OFFICERS: Darien PURPOSE: Future Homemakers of America meet to discuss problems in the and try to improve them. ers of the FHA attended the District Leader Conference also attended the State Leadership conference in April. YI 3 9 ursing home, a workshop on parlimentary procedures, sewing contest at the Junior Women's League. Jennings-Veronica Houser, Co-Presidents: Charlene , Co-Vice-Presidents: Tracey Artis-Yolanda Reid, Co- Steele-Bobby Birtha W Secretaries: Leslie Walker-Sean Moor ADVISORS: M. W. 9. alker-Romania Roseboro, Co-Treasurersg Bernadette Reporters. Campbell ..3"QW .. i. . ' :Pf ..,. liA W t New ... K ' '51 i 1 Lucia Conde was born in La Coruna, Spain. She came to the United States to learn how to speak English and because she enjoys traveling. Some of her favorite things to do are play tennis and snow ski. In June, when Lucia goes back, she will have one more year of high school. She hopes to then attend col- lege and major in Economics. Teemu Melin was born in Finland. He is sev- enteen and a senior at Myers Park High. When he returns to Finland he will have two more years of school, then he will be able to attend college. Some of his hobbies are slalom-skiing, running, photography, hiking, and all kinds of sports. When asked how he liked the United States he replied, "Only what l can say of this PURPOSE: These students assist the head athletic trainer in providing medical assistance to the athletes who have been injured as a result of participation in a sport. ADVISOR: V. Galliher. TRAINERS - jleft to rightj Front row: Michelle Edwards, Julie Stathopoulos. Second row: Brandy Darnell, Chris Davis, Terry Brown, Kevin McClusky. Third row: Tony Bennett, Mike Mclaughlin, Malcolm country is, 'What a country'." I I Murray, Patrick Byrd. 1 -1 LOW BRASS - tleft to rightj Front row: Corey Cushing, Serita Faille, Second row: Mark Perryman, Randy Hitt, Eric Kipp. Third row: Matt Adams, Charles Schletzbaum, Corvus Crouch. Fourth row: Chip Petty, Hermes Goudes. FLAG GIRLS - Qleft to rightl Front row: Angela Harden: Co-Captain: Casey Neel, Captain, Catherine Bush, Co- Captain. Second row: Lorraine Romiti, Veronica Hoover, Beth Jackson, Kim Pritchard, Heidi Lee, Libby Gouge. Third row: Mimi Watts, Rie Wani, Sarah Myers, Amy Hendrix, Christy Asprogiannis, FLUTES - tlett to rightj Front row: Adrianne Barringer, Deborah Carnes, Shery Rose, Christy Szczesny, Shannon McDowell. Second row: Catherine Furr, Kim Sassenburg, Ronnie McKinney, Shannon Burts, Dana Reese, Beth Heidenreicn. Third row: Cara McMillan, Yolanda Warren, Elizabeth Kelley, Laurie Yeakly, Mandy Hicks, Latrice Long, Michelle Sanders. Fourth row: Stephanie Toney. N CLARINETS - tleft to rightl Front row: M. Clark, J, JOnes, C. Boyce, M. McKee, G. Collins. Second row: K. Tamaki, A. Willingham, S, Boyce, M. Atkins, S. Hicks, K. Helms. Third row: l.. Cheyney, J. Whitney, A. Harrell, R, Warren, H. Smith, L. Walker, R Collins. Fourth row: V. Glover, D. Jackson, E. Schlick. SAXOFHONES - tleft to rightl Front row: Vance Ricks, Alan Mclntyre, Michael Cureton, Trish Gardner, Vic Simpson. Second row: Charisse McKay, William Crowder, Alan Jackson, Scott Ford, Tucker Pearsall. Third row: Matt Childs, Corrin Anderson, Eric Reid. Fourth row: Kirk Thomas, Eddie Savage, Jarrett Robinson, f ,tqk gi 3. . M - . 5 ,.... . , , ,,,, , .., K, . I 2 y ..... y .Q .. RY Q ic A S 1 t X .-up x x - w X is ' . f L2 f:.f, 1? .S - 9 . ? ' A , A - . . - f ...... T l .. ' lc' A .... -zekzfisz "l B. ,- a t ' N' x W' - ' P TRUMPHETS AND FRENCH HORNS - fleft to righti Front row: Jim Leonard, Jon Shive, Jennifer Viets, Jill Meyers, David Ferris, Shari Davisson, Jackie Maye. Second row: Lawrence Massey, Chris Cox, Mark Adkison, Jeff Strange, John Berry, Eric Grier, Jay Higginbotham, Tommy Elliot. PERCUSSION - tleft to righty First row: Tangie Brown, Steven Pusser, Rocky Thrall, Mike Lillard, Marcus Stewart, Teresa Singer, Second row: Will Hinson, Terrell Entwhistle, Donya Hughes, Laura Opdyke, John Cates. Third row: Gary Gutherie, Bill Hicks, Eric Popper, Lee McCorkle. ir , , H, 5. PURPOSE: MPHS Marching Band promotes school spirit at football games and develops musicianship. The Wind Ensemble studies and per- forms advanced music. ACTIVITIES: The Marching Band plays at football games, band con- tests on Saturdays, the Carrousel S. Parade, and the Shrine Bowl. The Wind Ensemble participated in State Band Contest in April and has made eleven straight superiors. OFFICERS: Catherine Bush, Flag I Co-Captain: Corey Cushing, Bari- tone: Hermes Goudes, Tuba: Angela Harden, Flag Co-Captain: Will Hin- son, Percussion: Dianne Jackson, Clarinet: Taylor Launt, French Horn: Jim Leonard, Trumpet: Casey Neel, Flag Captain: Laura Opdyke, Percus- sion: Mark Perryman, Trombone: Eric Popper, Percussion: Vance Ricks, President: Vic Simpson, Saxaphone: Teresa Singer, Clarinet: Christy Szczesny, Flute: Stephanie Toney, Flute: Pam Wachter, Drum Major. ADVISORS: D. Johns, R. Blanton DRUM MAJOR: Pam Wachter. MEMBERSHIP - fLeft to Righty Front row: P. Wachter. Second row: C. Neel, D. Carnes, C. Szczesny, B. Heidenreich, A. Barringer, D. Reece, L. Long, S. Burts, S. McDowell, M. Hicks, S. Toney, S. Rose, L. Yeakley, C. Busch. Third row:,L. Gouge, J. Jones, C. Furr, C. McMillian, Y. Warren, E. Kelley, K. Sassenburg, R. McKinney, M. Sanders, L. Walker, S. Hicks, K. Helms, G. Collins, A. Harden. Fourth row: A. Hendrix, D. Jackson, M. Clark, K. Tamaki, L. Cheyney, J. Whitney, R. Warren, C. Boyce, A. Willingham, M. McKee, S. Boyce, M. Atkins, E. Schlick, C. Asprogiannis. Fifth row: S. Meyers, V. Simpson, V. Ricks, A. Mclntyre, E. Reid, T. Pearsall, J. Robinson, A. Jackson, M. Childs, P. Gardner, Y. Glover, H. Smith, R Collins, R. Wani, Sixth row: M. Watts, J. Leonard, S. Ford, J. Shive, J. Meyers, J. Higginbotham, J. Strange, J. Berry, E. Savage, K. Thomas, C. Anderson, C. McKay, W. Crowder, K. Pritchard. Seventh row: L. Romiti, C. Burts, M. Adkison, R. McKendrick, E. Grieg, A. Harrell, H. Smith, S. Davisson, J. Viets, T. Launt, C. Cox, T. Elliot, J. Maye, V. Hoover. Eighth row: H. Lee, R. Hitt, E. Kipp, M. Perryman, C. Schletzbaum, C. Cushing, S. Faille, M. Cureton, B. Jackson. Ninth row: T. Brown, C. Petty, M. Adams, H. Goudes, C. Crouch, T. Singer, Tenth row: T. Entwhistle, D. Hughes, L. Opdyke, S. Pusser, R. Thrall, M. Lillard, M. Stewart. Eleventh row: W. Hinson, G. Gutherie, B. Hicks, E. Popper, L. McCorkle, J. Cates. n ,. .R MEMBERSHIP-ileft to righti Front row: Katy Stanford, Jennifer Culler, Robin Barreau, Wendy Holmes. Second row: Janet Blair, Sally Henderson, Tina Goumas, Kevin Lawton, John Richardson. Third row: Charles Merritt, Kelly L. Pritchett, Josh Sams, Matt Goad, Chris Withrow. 1 1 J MEMBERSHIP-fleft to rightl Front row: Natalie Pool, Diane Jackson, Mary Jo Crates, Nancy Elliott. Second row: Jenny Myers, Lyn VanLandingham, Lisa Scott, Andrea Marsh, Holt Hathaway, Kathy Makrigiannis. Third row: J. J. Schonberg, Kara Misenheimer, Eric Popper, David Rogers, Daniel Shmikler, Pam Wachter. 'K ks: M tt A 3 ,, ..... 5 Q ,. A PURPOSE: The Spanish Honor Society is a group of advanced Spanish students. They must have an "A" average to be in the club. ACTlVlTlES: The club holds two inductions a year. ADVISOR: E Ponce, J. Demara PURPOSE: The French Honor Society consists of the best French students. The students must have an "A" average to be inducted. ACTIVITIES: The club holds two inductions a year. OFFICERS: J. J. Schonberg, President: Andrea Marsh, Vice- Presidentq Natalie Pool, SecretarylTreasurer. ADVISOR: D. Stilwell 0 I MEMBERSHIP-Qleft to rightj Front row: C. Cline, T. Micheal, K. Misenheimer, S. Garrison, H. Duncan. Second row: W. Worley, S. Farmer, K. Creech, D. Jackson, M. Kaneko, R. Shah, T. Nye, D. Pritchard, M.J. Crates, M. Johnson. Third row: T. Arsianian, T. Ray, A. Hardy, K. Anderson, S. Freeland, T. Seike, J. Pederson, K. Walker, N. Poole, N. Elliott, P. Schachner. Fourth row: L. Neal, D. Bowers, E. Schlick, T. Billmeyer, L. Kouri, A. Marsh, K. Cates, H. Hathaway, L. Burlos, L. Malcolm, J. Canndy, D. Hoechstetler. Fifth row: T. Younghans, P. Wachtner, J. Fiansbothan, N. Barry, T. Hill, J. Meyers, L. VanLandingham, L. Scott, C. Williams, P. Bailey, A. McGill, S. Nguyen, J. Stewart. Sixth row: B. Keltz, S. Hicks, T. Gurion, D. Shmikler, M. Weaver, J. Miller, C. Beachley, C. Cushing, A. Jackson, E. Popper, N. Mayenge, A. Wright, J. Miller, J.J. Schonberg. Seventh row: N. Witherspoon, J. Norwood, M. Mitschele, D. Rogers. OFFICERS-QL to F0 Tricia Micheal, Secretary!Treasurerg Kara Misenheimer, President, Hillary Duncan, Projects Co-Chairmang Selby Garrison, Vice-President: Cyndi Cline, Projects Co- Chairman. PURPOSE. The French Club promotes the knowledge of the French language throughout the school. The members share an interest in learning more about France and its culture. They discuss these aspects of France in their meetings. ACTIVITIES: One of the French Club's main activities this year was their grand celebration of Mardi Gras. At the end of the year the club held a May Day carnation sale. They also made French cards and foods for the teachers on various holidays. ADVISORS: D. Stilwell, B. Por- ter. , t,,-,,,o 5 ,.,,,, ,M V,,-..s V ,,,,,.W,, K Akwn . Q W ' W rrlr g W .... 'M y f,,,.,,, i L Wff i , fwwr- fiivfn cited. ti T ' i ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. . ,,,.. A ,,,,,,,, ,,,, . 5 3 Q E i we . Mw mAv gi If .. ,,,, W.. , A,,, ,, l PURPOSE: The Beta Club pro- motes honesty, leadership, scholarship, and good citizen- ship at Myers Park High. They also encourage students to con- tinue their education after high school. ACTIVITIES: The Beta Club helps with the college day pro- gram, as guides for students. In the spring they sponsor a candy sale. They also hold their semi- annual inductions and plan some type of recognition for the Beta graduates. ADVISORS: T. Scott, M. Free- man. MEMBERSHIP-Cleft to rightl Front row: C. Bush, E. Barnett, B. Higglnbotham. Second row: M. Biber, J Karpenske, Ft. Chisolm, S. Garrison, W. Worley, D. Currie. Third row: T. Singer, F Washington, K. Makrigiannis L. McDowell, K. Seymour, B. Austin, A. Bostian. Fourth row: J. Cook, M. Godwin, E. Wilson, W. Robinson, Ft Shah, C. Vasoll, N. Mayenge, M. Lydon. Fifth row: D. Whitney, M. Snead. OFFICERS-QL to FU Catherine Bush, Secretaryg Ellen Barnett, President, Beth Higginbotham, Vice-President. V - . , ., VVAg ,.V,, ,, V b , V .... , ,,,,,,, , ,,., 'f"""'-.Nu T X4 -'S 45 i,.."i Enviar I il f' lv- 1, f-t,.,',l, ., W . j MEMBERSHIP-ileft to righti Front Row: C. Kincaid, J.J. Schonberg, C. Merritt, S. Higgins, K. Ferraro, D. Jarreil. Second row: N. Pool, T.J. Haycox, N. Elliott, S. Farmer, S. Smith, D. Jackson, M.J. Crates. Third row: K. Noggie, L. VanLandingham, K. Pritchett, C. Gubert, R. Oates, L. Robinson, A. Marsh, D. Reece, V. Black. Fourth row: S. Bailey, J. Barry, H. Childers, V. Simpson, J. Culler, K. Ryder, C. DeVane, A. Gentry, F. Washington, T. Michael. Fifth row: A. Martin, M. Barton, D. Shmikler, S. Hicks, J. Meyers, J. Blair, P. Wachter, S. Henderson, S. Nguyen, W. Holmes, T. Hill. Sixth row: M. Foster, W. Grasty, J. Baucom, W. Rickard, B. Holcomb, E. Popper, D. Brenner, K. Misenheimer, T. Green, G. Diffendal, M. Muckler, A. Helms. Seventh row: V. Ricks, J. Bolton, J. I Sams. OFFICERS-QL to RJ Caroline Kincaid, Historian, J.J. Schonberg, Treasurer, Charles Merritt, Vice-Presidentg Sally Higgins, President, Kathryn Ferraro, Secretary, Doug Jarrell, Sergeant-At-Arms. 1 fi. C. V '17 5 xy - igpzvxv I ..... 43 'Kfj' 3 1 'Q Z9 Mill 4 Sea .I ,,.1,,. .uf PURPOSE: The National Honor Society is primarily a honorary club. lt is a chapter of a national society. The members promote scholarship, service, character, and leadership in the school. A 3.6 GPA is required to be maintained by all members. ACTIVITIES: The members of the Honor Society serve as guides on College Day. They sponsor several inter-club Councils projects, such as canned food and pet food drives, during the year. The club also holds their semi-annual induc- tions. ADVISOR: Y. Roberts. 77 MEMBERSHIP-ilett to rightiz Front row: D Pritchard J. Karpenski R. Shah E. Prudden M.J: Crates R. Shah R Bailey A. Martin. A. Helms S. Garrison. Second row: T. Blackmon T. Arslanian J Canady S. Freese K. Anderson M. Rolfe D Hoechstetler L. Hill T. Michael H. Kratt N Pendergraph H. lcenhour N. Elliott C. Reeves M Johnson. Third row: R. Johnston J. Shive A. McGill E. Hubbs K. Stallworth A. Amante S. Scherer C Karpenske B. Major L. Malcolm. Fourth row: S Alghrary R. Overton A. Jackson. MEMBERSHIP--iLett to righti Front row: R. Barreau L. Foley J. Culler T. Davis R. Chisolm T. Michael C. Knight A. Marsh. Second row- J. Ransbotham D. Ferriss B. Nguyen S. Nguyen L. Scott T. Hill S. Higgins S. Henderson. Third row. W. Grasty T. Gurion, M. Foster, C. Merritt J.J. Schonberg K. Misenheimer, J. Meyers. Q I , , I crane, J. Meyers, A.'Smith, A.'Sempritt,'S . , . . I ' I ! . I , , te PURPOSE: The Pegasus Society recognizes and publishes Myers Park students' creative work. They coliect the best and most representative student workin art, creative writing, and photography. The Society also sponsors the fundraising to make the publication of Pegasus possible. ACTIVITIES: The Pegasus Society raised over 81,700 for the publication of Pegasus. The extra money served as an outlet for Myers Park students' creative work. OFFICERS: Mary Jo Crates, President, Editorg Rajini Shah, Vice-President: Crissy Pearce, Attendance Secretary: Pam Bailey, Elizabeth Prudden, Jackie Whitney, Recording Secre- taries: Alice Martin. Rajan Shah, CcrTreasurersg Andi Helms, Jane Karpenske, Business Managersi Patricia Michael, Assistant Editor. ADVISORS: G. Freeman, M, O'Callaghan, E Yoder, B. Baldwin. PURPOSE: Mu Alpha Theta is an honors club for students maintain- ing a 3.5 average in math courses. ADVISOR: S. Swanda. S .. .--3, is j A sf: . X 1 ' g 'T ..,,Q-Q so Q. K . K S In Q Q g- . fa- ...-.1 MEMBERSHIP-fleft to rightj Front row: D. Jones D. Gulledge J. Protz M.Lydon M. Bynum. Second row: D.N. Jones W. Carr K. Howell M. Kaneko A. Harden M.E. Clark. Third row: T. Singer T. Michael H. Kratt K. Kolovos N. Watts L. Williams T. Davis, Fourth row: C. Williams E. Ricketts B. Tucke A. Gentry N. Mayenge T. Worthing C. Bush P. Kolovos. Filth row: S. Coleman L. Murphy C. Williams J. Miller J. Mayhew A. Watkins L. Hailey. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 sw i . Q .K L- ,N I, . 'Q ,Q ' X .1 , 3 .S PURPOSE: Y-Teens is a service club. They serve the Myers Park community by showing spirit around the school. ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens sponsored the Carrousel Pageant in the fall. in October a trick or treat for the animals empty stocking fund. The club held a twelve-day before Christmas give-away for teachers. Throughout the year treats were given to the teachers and staff from Y-Teens. OFFICERS: Julie Protz, President: Dana Gulledge, Vice President: Margret Ly- don, Secretary: Monjya Bynum, Treasurer: Deneen Jones, Publicity Chairman. ADVISOR: L. Bagby. MEMBERSHIP-ileft to righty Front row: Tonya Alford, Mary Moore, M.E. Clark, Elisa Frazzier, Corey Cushing, Christy Sczesney. Second row: Jim Chipperfield, Theresa Dillon, John Turner, Neal Clark, Jay Baucom, Leslie Jacobson. PURPOSE: The Youth Advisory council works with cafeteria supervi- sors to help beautify and improve our cafeteria. They make bulletin boards, put up plants and make other improvements. ACTIVITIES: They sponsor National School Lunch Week. OFFICERS: Neal Clark, President: John Turner, Vice-President: Jay Baucom, Secretary!Treasurerg Jim Chipperfield, Photographer: Lisa Frazier and Teresa Dillion, Alternates. ADVISOR: B. Pruitt , - . ,... ,,... 2 V ,. 1 . e... W . A o.1ss A fl, 1. A fe. .. X f' 1. . it ' T" ' A :sf is-1-to ts'-3 Q A- V E .ii' " . 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E a hu i I M W A' R ey " ,,,, rw - js, W. .,,,, M., VS' ' .jr f X h 4 f 4 MTN, awe? 3 J Z "V tk ir YL f 'ML lu? ir Y "" 'K ' .5- 5 5:5 .. Vx' 'if' .fi 5 r - it R . . . ' --' l t . - T . r .Sf . k k . 1 Q K .. .i.. 1 Q . 1 ...- y,s s ..-gg., ' 'f :'-swift' V eils . . - '!i"' MEMBERSHIP-ileft to righti Front row: L. Philips. J.P. Thrower, C. Stanford, D. Pelosi, J. Chiperfield, T. Nichols. Second row: H. lcenhour, S. Harmon, D. Watson, C. Pierce, A. Smith, L. Thomas, S. Farmer, M. Alford, D. AlIen.Third row: D. McGary, T. Richardson, T. Katopodis, C. Bush, M. Lydon, C. Lowe, H. Underwood, K. Seymour, S. Weaver, M. Biber, A. Bostian. Fourth row: S. Mirman, K. Hobson, W. Bullock, H. Weeks, A. Jackson, R Cashion, W. Mauney, F. Middleton, R. Partain, K. Neshat, K. Kalevas, J. Prentzas. Fifth row: B. Keltz, J. Olsen, H. Castleman, C, South, C. Weil, C. Elmore, T. Younghans, FZ Wright, M. Weaver, C, Beachley, R. Wainscott. Sixth row: R. Beard, M. Shane, R Hopkins, J. Sams, W. Grasty, M. Thomas, M. Godwin, D. McElhaney, M. Grant, C. Doherty, S. Walker, C. Harmon. Seventh row: C. Fulcher, T. Cummings, E. Savage. PURPOSE: The Physics Club provides a forum for mutual interaction for students interested in science hobbies and science professions, to expose interested science students to science opportunities in North Carolina and to promote an understanding lor the present developments in science and the trends in discoveries in science. ACTIVITIES: This year the club invited Dr. Robert Bereman, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs for Science and Mathematics at NCSU, to speak to all the science students at Myers Park. The club also took a field trip to the Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory at Duke University. OFFICERS: Chris Stanford, Presidentq J.P. Thrower, Vice-President, Paul Grady, Alternate Vice- Presidentp Debbie Pelosi, Secretary: Lee Phillips, Assistant Secretary, Victoria Stern, Treasurer: Jim Chipperfield, Public Relations. ADVISOR: C. Fulcher. MEMBERSHIP-ileft to righti Front row: Dan Entwistle, Christy Knight, Jody Ransbotham. Second row: Gale Mahood, Roy Partain, Derrick Watson, Lisa Kouri. Third row: David Rogers, John Norwood, Matt Goad, Grey Huff. PURPOSE: The Chemistry club meets in order to further education in chemistry tor those Interested in taking science beyond the classroom. ACTIVITIES: The club took trips to Discovery Place and held a Science Fair. During their meetings they had guest speakers or partook in experiments. OFFICERS: Christ Knight, Presidentp Nancy Thackston, Vice-President, Lisa Foley, Secretary, Jody Rans- botham, Treasurer, Dari Entwistle, Sargeant-At'Arms, ADVISOR: J. Ryder. , . 3 as Q A rs si MEMBERSHIP-qleft to right, Tanya Alford, David Ferriss, Charles Schletzbaum, Alan Jackson, Roy Partain, Son Nguyen, Vance Ricks. PURPOSE: The High-Q team represents Myers Park in quia competitions against schools of the Western Piedmont. ACTIVITIES: The High-Q team went into competition at the end of January and had great success. They went up against sixty schools. The team was finally defeated in the semi-finals. MEMBERS: Vance Ricks, captain: Charles Schletz- baum, Roy Partain, David Ferriss, members: Alan Jackson, alternate: Son Nguyen, scorer. ADVISORS: N. Abraham, A. Henry MEMBERSHIP-fleft to rightl Front row: Chris Stanford, Son Nguyen, Roy Partain, Charles Schletzbaum, Howard Weeks, John Bowers. Second row: J.P. Thrower, Sean Mirman, John Norwood, Ted Carmicheal, fi: iiri if o.!1' wif 43 i 2 1 x . Vliyhrry fit ,J 5 lma- ' , 1 i. f t . r. ' .. W 2, , A rf -W ..f PURPOSE: Odyssey ofthe Mind competes at District, State, and National competitions. ACTIVITIES: This year, Odyssey of the Mind de- signed a Balsa wood structure that would hold as much weight as possible, and a two person car that fits into a suitcase. They competed at interscholastic competitions with these structures. OFFICERS: Roy Partain, Charles Schletzbaum, How- ard Weeks, and Teddy Carmicheal, Co-Captains. ADVISOR: B. Macfie. wlhw is k 3 Robert Davis, Director EV Women's Chorus Af if W , WOMEN'S CHORUS First Soprano Tereasa Vera Vanessa McCrorey Tomika Locke Valencia Gomillion Elizabeth Smith Second Soprano Elizabeth Prudden Kim Pritchard Sarah Myers Tina Johnson Susan Austin Paige Howie Cindy Robinson Angela McCoy Tynetta Hare Alto Altavia Blakeney Charonda Leak Shonda Orr Laura Goodwin Nicole Bailey Accompanist Sarah Chapman CONCERT CHOIR First Soprano Tereasa Blackmon Cheralee Dillon April Adams Mary Robertson Heather Childers Wendy Carr Second Soprano Victoria Anderson Kim Withrow Laura Coble Alto Kellena Gibson Stephanie Scherer Sherlyn Carr Mondrian Gray Tanya Ray Casandra Young Melanie Berry Stephanie McLain Cynthia Congdon Tammy Goodwin Marie Coleman Rebecca Dayvault Alice Martin Tenor Bobby Austin Dewan McElhaney Charles Hamlin Bass David Ferriss Bob Hodges Ray Holman Vincent Smith William Jordan Accompanist Mr. lan Gaukroger fa BQVQI MM 4 1 K 1 '21 .' ,.., 5 1 r f2-tiff' A 1. 925 F42 5: M . VV V rkky Dewan McElhaney N,.,W ,W Concert Choir E PURPOSE: The Concert Choir is a performing ensemble of thirty select voices. They compete in local and state- wide choral contests, as well as singing in school con- certs. ACTIVITIES: Their performances this year included con- certs for: the State Convention of Hospital Volunteers at Marriott Hotel, the Council for Childrens annual lun- cheon at the Radisson Hotel, Sharon Elementary School, MPHS Christmas Concert, and some associ- ations of schools and colleges Re-accrediation ceremo- nies. DIRECTOR: R. Davis. WWE ak ' 2 'A M E' 4 fd' N if Renetta Gray "'v-ww Ying 'NWN-ww.-W. wi, ff ..f - i Eg 1. A X, :,-A . I ff 2' 5 Ns, ' x W Q"W-vMunnuqQu,,,,,... Wendy Caldwell MEMBERSHIP-ileft to righti Front row: S. Fisher, H. Saunders, G. Howell, D. Sanford, Ft Bailey, C. Wine, R Wright, C. Knight. Second row: B. Overton, M.E. Clark, T. Angelon, T. Arslanian, D. Hoechstetler, S. Smith, K. Droege, A. Smith, M. Terry, J. Walter, C. Cline, W. Worley, A. Sullivan, C. Lindsay. Third row: J. Kincheloe, M. Courtney, J. Frazier, A. Mistri, R. Ringley, M. Grant, R. Crowder, W. Mauney, M. Goodwin, M. Katko, J. Olsen, M. Ennis, J. Leonard. MEMBERSHIP-tleft to righti Front row: Martin Godwin, Key Club: Jacques Debeuneure, G,O.g Charles Merritt, Spanish Club. Second row: Alina Gentry, NAACP: Mary Jo Crates, Pegasus. Third row: Rhonda McMicheal, Vogue, Sally Higgons, National Honor Society: Ellen Barnett, Beta Club: Jenny Cutler. Ambassadors: Kim Noggle, Latin Club: Kathryn Ferraro, Keyettes. Fourth row: Kara Misenheimer, French Club: Douglas Jarreli, Debate, J,J. Schonberg, French Honor Society: Daniel Brenner, Interact: Chris Withrow, DECA. PURPOSE: Students Against Drunk Drivers increases public awareness of drinking and driving. The national organization has reduced a number of alcohol- related driving accidents and injuries. ACTIVITIES: Projects have been entered in the 1987 "Fleader's Digest" S.A.D.D. Scholarship Program. S.A.D.D. members also attended the aware- n e s s I education campaign conducted at Myers Park's feeder Junior High Schools. OFFICERS: Holly Saunders-Danny Sanford, Co-Presidents: Nancy Thack- ston--Gantt Howell, Co-Vice-Presidents: Pam Bailey, Secretary: Ann Carson, Treasurer. ADVISORS: V. Galliher and H. Barkley. PURPOSE: lnterclub Council creates a iiason between all of the schools club presidents. ACTIVITIES: Within Myers Park, Interclub Council hosts the Carrousel Pageant and selects the Club of the Year in May. in the community, l,C.C. holds a Trick or Treat for Thompson's and Alexander's Childrens Homes, and collects money for the Empty Stocking Fund. l.C.C. also participates in the "Send A Mouse to College" program. which contributes to cancer research. OFFICERS: Jacques Debeuneur, Speaker first semester, Kara Misenheimer second se- mester. ADVISOR: C, Harper. MEMBERSHIP-Ueft to rightl Front row. Regina Bradshaw, Kellena Gibson. Second row: Trina Young, Sandro Stater. Third row. Jaren Terry, Stephanie McLain. Fourth row: Barbara Harris. PURPOSE: The Red Cross organization is a community service club. It provides the students with an opportunity to participate in community service projects sponsored by the American Red Cross. I ACTIVITIES: The Red Cross holds an An- nual Enrollment Drive where they raise funds for Youth Services of American Red Cross and the Greater Carolinas Chapter. They also help with the Bloodmobile in the spring, and the members take a tour ofthe Red Cross Building paying special atten- tion to the Youth and Blood Services de- partments. OFFICERS: Kellena Gibson, President, Trina Young, Vice-President. ADVISOR: B. Harris. MEMBERSHIP-fleft to rightj Front row: C. Williams, D. Jones, S. McDowell, K. Howell, S. McDowell. Second row: N. McCullough, M. Williams, A. Gentry, J. Chislom, B. Tucker. Third row: T. Brown, D. Young, T. Welch, N. Mayenge, L. Thomas, D. McElhaney, S. Coleman, W. Robinson, V. Carter, D. Jones. MEM BERSHIP-fleft to righti Front row: Master Chief William Keene, Tammy Quince, Tammie Diggs, Ruby Trapp, Devon Furtick, Darlene Bost, Fran Kennedy, Katasha Nelson, Commander Donald Thacker. Second row: Linda Neal, Ramona Hunt, Rhonda McGill, Janice Davis, Mary Bruce, Denise Woodard. MEMBERSHIP-tleft to rightj Front row: Master Chief William Keene, Joseph Barber, Eric Reid, Martin Crawford, Lester Williams, Alex Romero, Nick Clifton, Derek Burns, Commander Donald Thacker. Second row: Thurman Cowan, Tyrone McNair, Robert Tate, Scott Conklin, Samuel Grier, Lester Vogt. PURPOSE: The Myers Park chapter of the NJROTC teaches its students the aspects and discipline of the Navy. It also helps the students to form their goals in life. lt's not just a class: it's an adven- ture. ACTIVITIES: The NJROTC students held a military ball in the spring. They also participated in general competitions including the County Drill Competition, the Selma-Smithfield Competition, and the Flor- ence, S.C. Drill Competition. The students also marched in two parades, as well as taking a field trip to Orlando, Florida. OFFICERS: Chrissy Hicklen, Battalion Commander: Dereck Burns, Battalion Executive Officer: Thurman Cowan, Alpha Company, Lin- da Neal, Bravo Company, Robert Garris, CO.XOg Dewitt Caldwell, CO.XOg Mary Bruce, Lt. Administrative Officer, Bart Hopping, MCPOQ Tammie Quince, Lt. Assistant Administrator, Chris Reed, PAO, Lester Vogt, Photographer, Katasha Nelson, First Platoon ENSQ Donna Hinton, Second Platoon ENS: Justin Padgett, Third Platoon ENS. ADVISORS: D. Thacker, W. Keene. QQ .ifiii , i if '--. .." i r kx" N. . gy ..:. , , ky g i Q S 5 f'c1 ---qnqyl-I-' f MEMBERSHIP-tleft to rightt Front row: C. Whitworth, A. Hendrix, L. Kouri, A. Nance, M. Berry, A. Farahaney, S. Johnson. Second row: H. Heim, A. Swenson, H. Doherty, G. Diaz, B. Johnson, K. Courtland, C. McGavaren. Third row: G. Johnston, J. Martin, A. Singleton, B. Brigham, S. Higgins, H. Kratt, D. Hydoo, G. Mahood. Fourth row: E. Martin, S. Nicholson, C. Eudy, A. Helms, C. Harmon, R. Swenson, N. Clark, M. Hankia, B. Holcomb. OFFICERS-QL to RJ Chris Eudy, Vice-President, Neal Clark, Sergeant-At-Arms, Rachel Swenson, Presidentg Beth Johnson, Program Chairmang Amanda Farahany, Treasurerg Amy Nance Secretary. PURPOSE: The Drama Club gives members a better opportunity to ex- perience things in and around the the- ater. The club was organized to bring some extra spirit to the school. lt's set up to provide an outlet where all stu- dents can have fun. Members are re- quired to contribute fifty hours of dra- ma work after school. ACTIVITIES: The club members par- ticipated in school and community theater activities. They attended plays around the state as well as invit- ing guest speakers to our school. They also sponsored "Fifties Day" and WSOC's Country Dancing Bear. The members attended acting work- shops. s . if ADVISOR: Donald Nance 5 . A 93 x, X N K E ,Ss .,-mv 1 x-ff 4 ' ,, N ff J A -J J 5 L37 ff I 8 X, j' v 4 ,f"'?-4' f 95 Varsity Football lthough their record wasn't vic- torious, the Mustangs showed commendable spirit and team effort at each game. The season opened with a de- moralizing loss to the Mustangs by Rock Hill, and the Varsity 'Stangs were never quite able to get back on their feet. I The Mustangs were unable to defeat top-ranked East Meck at Homecoming, but the game was very close. Randy Foust scored two touchdowns for the 'Stangs. During the season, the Mighty 'Stangs contended with several tough and competitive teams. Fac- ing many bouts with injuries among team members, the Mustang Varsi- ty was only able to grasp one victo- ry against the South Meck Sabres at their homecoming. Randy Faust and David Morton were selected to the All Conference Team. as This Wildcat can't slow Michael Cureton as he sprints on to score for M.P. Mustangs working together to shatter the offense. ,. - .. . , . .Y,.v. ..... .- - ,-M.. -,v-.,, P .76 ,, ,. .. 3 I KM? ,. .- ,. I . f , N ' . ' T ., ' ' 'ou H ' ' A 4 .0 V, ' , ' K ,-,. , I N ' 'W " :1 1 . . 4' V an - , .. " I Af, t , ' ' ' V '. V, ,.,,, , , f ww. ' A .rj -R ur ' , ff.,,f- My , , ' is M f - . , ' .. ,I ' , ' f qv , J- W' , , : .l 1, V . K . Wag, A , I ,. i ' U W Varsity Football lsittingj, 1st row: D. McCoy, L. Massey, J. Mas- Sneed, M. Wallace, A. Diggs, O. Bynum, C. White, C. Parnell. 3rd sey, M. Cureton, T. Williams,V. Saddler, T. McMurray, M. Staton, row: M. Cook, D. Morton, N. Browder, G. Dribble, J. Cook, M. Fi.Taylor,A. Alexander, W. Mooney, O. Diggs.2nd row:A. Archie, Jones, C. McCarthy, J. Blakeney, D. Bowman, T. Hampton, D. M. Hunter, T. Hicklin, J. Pride, S. Jenkins, J. Gray, B. Kanitte, M. Harris, Fl. Faust, L. Johnson. Coach Layton discusses the game strategy at halftime. This Mustang edges out of bounds as he steals away from the wildcat. I Fig . 2 , K 4 f? 'Lgr gixk I 'B I fy ,gl , I rf' , , ,, 52' ff, ,pffraw 97 Football From The Coaches' Point-of-View Coach Howard Barkley Coaches A. Wideman, D. Layton, S. Prevatte Mustang Defense At Work' lt takes hard work to bring a Mustang down. 98 Rock Hill Win Sets Season crushing victory against Rock Hill in the first game, seemed to set the J.V. Mustangs soaring for a victorious season. Almost as quick- ly as the glory had come, the Junior Mustangs received a taste of hard- hitting football, when they lost to the Harding Rams. From that point on, the 'Stangs had a string of inconsistent games. Win two then lose two seemed to be their motto. t-we X ssss W.. Most Valuable Players on the team were Jeff Strange and Kevin McManus. Derrick Funderburk, Ja- son Wallace, and Jed Stewart won the Coaches Awards. Kevin McManus led the confer- ence in rushing yards with an aver- age of 135 yards a game. The high- light of the season was the Inde- pendence game after being down 21-6 at halftime the J.V. team rallied to 27-28 led with 3 seconds to go and with a penalty they lost by a field goal with no time on the clock. CY nv J.V. listens as Coach Barkely gives pep talk. J.V. Teamg 1st row, fsittingi, From left to right: J. Norman, M. Crawford, D. Spearman, L. Paul, D. Funderburk, C. Cox, K. Hicklin, S. Rhynes, J. Wallace. 2nd row: S. Cox, J. Strange, J. Stewart, Fi. Parker, L. Sanders, P. Turner, A. Beauford, D. Holly, T. Funderburk, K. McManus, S. Corally, E. Clayborn, D. Hunter. 3rd row: J. Berry, B. McKinnon, H. Glenn, D. Hues, C. Lloyd, T. Jeeter, T. Owens, J. Owens. Not pictured: Corey Robinson, Warren Wallace. '-yi 5 L to ' 2 L' T '71 'K ' . " Q QW T P5 L - .f . 2 N A . is IQ, IQ s A A if . i at L. W' M yi- W, m . .. f - M ,iff w. ,, A f K. v,.,gf .W 1 . .. - A ff, ' ' f fr ra A .nf g U E ' Wir- .in v x M! 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'-KM, hw. 1 ,qriil""P-,Ah . sa :K P -'N ,WH Q. gk- . f. lk, ,: ri :NU 5 , - AW, A.: eil' -if it-f ,.i i ' aff:-,,,,f,jj' . . gfgikk ,iffy ' --af' w.-4-ff,w5fV9'l,n-f . . . . 3... sfW'r'5'1f: , . ' " 99 Myers Park's men's team taking a summer practice run on Queens Junior Denny McGarry, comes in for a leading finish. Cross Country he Cross Country Team put their best foot forward in 1987. This year's team was strong over- all, not dominated by returning run- ners, but strenghtened by newcom- ers. Dennie McGarry, a junior, who never ran Cross Country before was one of the biggest asset to the team. His endurance and dedica- tion for the sport helped him be- come the top runner of his class. The men's team was led by Charles Merritt, Josh Sams, and Alan Mclntyre. The women's team received leadership by Sally Hen- derson, Stuart Elmore, and Mary Hurteau. All during the season, Richard Prince, the teams' coach and advi- sor, was at their side, pushing that extra mile and giving them advice. Without a strong coach like "Prince," we could not have had such a strong team. Senior Colin Doherty works out against West Meck. 'E gg: Wigs, KF K K First Row: A. Patterson, M. Bass, S. Suiter, L. Foley, M. Hurteau, B. Jackson, A. Rogers, C. Hogewood, J. Selapack, C. Asprogiannis. Second Row: J. Ransbotham, S. Elmore, L. Hawkins, K. Kalevas, B. Stephens, J. Busch, L. Gouge, S. Henderson, T. Michael, S. Craddock, M. Denton, D. Bowers, R. Oram-Smith, T. Devereux. Third Row: W. Campbell, C. lbach, B. Diehl, J. Hoskins, L. Bradley, N. Smith, D. Reece, A. Mclntyre, B. Blythe, D. McGarry, E. Selle, W. Bullock, K. Hobson, J. Borrelli. Fourth Row: J. Sams, J. Olsen, C. Doherty, E. Popper, A. Falls, D. Almond, C. East, C. Franceschi, KB Mclntyre, T. Melin, St. Nicholson, J. Milford, H. Weeks, E. Wilson, T. Jordak, G. Climer. Fifth Row: J. James, C. Merritt, H. Ruth, C. South, H. Dick, M. Hankla, V. Ricks, J. Kirkman, E. Kipp, M. Goad. Not Pic- tured: B. Holcomb, L. Opdyke, T. McAlister, D. Kerns. A familiar stop for the Cross Country Teams' away meets. Harland Dick, Alan Mclntyre, and Matt Goad finishes strong for Myers Park. lfffgg Tonya Devereux and Dana Bowers lead the girls on the home stretch. 101 46335, QA in ,,--no-I 1' y V l Q, ,, ik , W Q i ,J '-awe... F mud...-T, if fy VOLLEYBALL - ileft to rightj Front row: Isabel Jenkins. Second row: Kyoko Kobayashi, Teresa Hill, Christy Knight, Andrea Bostian, Susanne Harmon, Teresa Singer. Third row: Nancy Thackston, Julie Parrish, Lisa Risse, Debbie Whitney, Erin Hinson, Holt Hathaway, Camile Thompson. Debbie Whitney takes a quick water break after a hard match. Nancy Thackston shows her excellent form during practice, 102 M r G' ,d , fnfg, f.. if , . , Pj tryy , Number 13, Holt Hathaway, puts fear in the eyes of the enemy with her prizewinning volly. fleft to right, Front row: Teresa Singer, Teresa Hill, Susanne Harmon, Andrea Bostian. Second row: Erin Hinson, Lisa Ftisse, Julie Parrish, Debbie Whitney. Us at MP Finishes Top Eight in stare he Lady 'Stangs gave Myers Park fans something to cheer about in the fall. After winning the South 4A Conference tourna- ment, the ladies went on to capture the conference title. The ladies won the East Gaston Vol- leyball Tournament and advanced to the first round of the state playoffs where they lost in the sectionals to Tuscola. Ending the season with a 23-2 record, the Mustangs finished in the top eight in the state. The volleyball team was led to this outstanding finish by captains Tere- sa Hill, Julie Parrish, and second- year captain, Teresa Singer. Mr. Howard Barnhill coached the 'Stangs, offering his support and dedication to the volleyball team. Senior standouts Andrea Bostian, Julie Parrish, Lisa Ftisse, and Teresa Singer showed their experience in leading the team. Isabel Jenkins, Kyoko Kobayashi, and Nancy Thack- ston, junior standouts, added that extra boost when the Mustangs real- ly needed it. The Lady 'Stangs put Myers Park on the books with a tour- nament finish to a winning season. MP 2 Kannapolis 0 MP 2 Harding 0 MP 1 W. Meck 2 MP 2 Crest 0 MP 2 Olympic 0 MP 2 Crest 0 MP 2 Stephens 0 MP 2 Ashbrook 0 MP 2 E. Meck. 0 MP 2 E. Meck 0 MP 2 Hunter Huss 0 MP 2 Garinger 0 MP 2 S. Meck. 1 MP 2 Hunter Huss 0 MP 2 S. Meck. 1 MP 2 Independence 0 MP 2 Ashbrook 0 MP 2 Olympic 0 MP 2 Independence 0 MP 2 Garinger 0 MP 2 E. Meck 0 MP 2 S. Meck 0 MP 3 - E. Gaston 1 MP 3 S. Meck. 0 MP 0 Tuscola 3 103 Mustangs End Season Third ln Conference he Varsity Soccer team ended with a very satisfying season. Their overall record was 12-4 and their conference record was 8-4. Altogether the Mustangs scored 79 goals, while allowing only 19 scored against them. Junior Tommy Hull was the lead- ing scorer with a total of 19 goals for the season. Senior Lee Phil- lips and Junior Jason Burgess were the other leading scorers with 13 and 12 goals respective- ly. The Mustang defense was credited with three shutouts. Sophomore goalkeeper, Scott Phillips, proved to be a valuable addition to this year's team. The rest of the defense consisted of Senior John Prentzas and Ju- niors Scott Student and Mike Barnette. The four starting seniors were Lee Phillips, Brian Dunn, Andy Helbein, and John Prentzas. Goalie Scott Phillips and Paul Bender were the two starting sophomores. At the beginning of the sea- son, Coach Bill Anderson was not very satisfied with the start- ing lineup. To solve the problem, Coach Anderson made a few changes. The new lineup proved to bene- fit the team, allowing them to play much better, and score more goals. The team's overall confi- dence and spirit also helped to boost them to their high ranking. lr: W ,, mmm, Leading scorer Tommy Hull, leaving the another goal to his record. VARSITY SOCCER -Cleft to rightl Front row: Jeff McCracken, Mike Barnette, Andy Helbein, Jason Burgess, Brian Dunn, Paul Bender, Gerard Sztyber, J. J. Schonberg, Scott Phillips, George Koufaliotis, Sam Johnson, Lee Phillips, Coach Bill Tommy Hull, Robert Starnes, Scott Student, Jimmy Anderson. Hantzopoulos. Second row: David Huffstetler, John Prentzas, A .,,,..l: 1- W, I NN t 104 .. - . '- .. . ,ww -,- ,,, , xg' . . ,fs ' K -.-.. 1 , rin , his 1- ..-Mugs , . .-we A ,. ,, S , K 'Y YK' . Y rw - . ' ,,,,,,,,,,s,. ,L JM X 1 ' 5 f-L- 1 " '.. 'N .. L NQ'-Q f- ., ,.., , .. .W,.. ,. ,,.. . Q A ri A klyi ig . G, ...,,.. . '.-- - -- oi' 4211? - ! 3 mlf Q 1eee L 1 1 L i ' ',,,Nsm sw: N x r,,.,,k ' K 'Q i:?EEI::.f,..': ." A 15211 Q ' , , in J s-'vm' .. .. of x-"N Jifx. :ffm ' Si- Xi' it 'fmt tr +A " +A. - , -f. - ,fa-. 'K SENIOR PLAYERS - deft to rightj Brian Dunn, Lee Phillips, John Prentzas, Andy midfielders far behind, attempts to add Helbein, J. J. Schonberg. Senior Lee Phillips expertly maneuvers the ball around a Garinger midfielder. 1986 VARSITY SOCCER RECORD Myers Park Opponent 8 Olympic 0 2 West Charlotte 1 4 West Charlotte 1 6 West Mecklenburg 1 7 Ashbrook 1 U South Mecklenburg 2 5 Garinger 1 0 East Mecklenburg 1 1 independence 0 6 Hunter Huss 1 2 Ashbrook 0 0 South Mecklenburg 1 9 Garinger 1 2 East Mecklenburg 3 7 Independence 4 14 Hunter Huss 1 Won 12 Lost 4 105 Despite their 4-0 lead over Garinger, the Mustangs are able to suppress their excitement. Coach Bill Anderson Senior John Prentzas displays his agility as he steals the ball from Garinger players. Junior Robert Starnes shows superb footwork at the ex- pense of the opposing team. i 106 Sophomore goalkeeper Scott Phillips displays his great defense ability as Brian Dunn and Scott Student look on. Myers Park penetrates the Garinger defense in a 9-1 win. if J.V. Soooer Team Ends With Winning Season he J.V. team ended the sea- son with a 9-4 record. They scored a total of 38 goals, while only 11 were scored against them. Junior Scott Booth was the leading scorer with an overall of 9 goals. Junior Marr Nurkin led the team in as- sists with a total of 8 goals. Coach Robert Chambers felt that the defense played excep- tionally well. No team beat them by more than one goal. The Mustang's win over East Meck- lenburg on October 27 showed how well their offensive and de- 5"7-t 45 fe Co-captains Matt Nurkin and Jamie Fra- zier. fensive system improved since the beginning of the season. Coach Chambers felt that they represented Myers Park well as athletes, competitors, and gen- tlemen. Great leadership was displayed by the team captains, Juniors Jamie Frazier and Matt Nurkin. 1986 J.V. SOCCER RECORD Myers Park Opponent 3 West Charlotte 2 9 West Mecklenburg 0 2 West Charlotte 1 3 South Mecklenburg 1 5 Garinger 0 0 East Mecklenburg 1 1 independence 2 0 South Mecklenburg 1 5 Garinger 0 1 East Mecklenburg 2 3 independence 0 2 East Mecklenburg 1 4 West Charlotte 0 Won 9 Lost 4 JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER - tleft to rightl Front row: Adam Wright, Billy Caesick. Second row: Jay Whitney, George Christopolous Matt Colclough, Adam Amante, Andy Swenson. Third row: Coach Robert Chambers, Carlos Welch, Robert Cowan, Scott Booth, David Perry, Jamie Frazier. 11 . .wt sb , 'az 'S ' 'Tig 107 MP Women Show Superiority in Tennis - left to right- Front row: Tamar Arslanian, Jennifer Walter, Laura McCallum, Jennifer Pederson, Melanie Ennis. Second row: Lisa Burlos, Clay Tison, Monica Moore- field, Kathryn Kilroy, April Adams, Andrea Marsh, Coach Egleston. Back row: Suzanne Wilder, Lisa McCorie, Ann Carson, Jane Seymour, Carson Lindsey, Susan Stanley. Jennifer Walter, Ann Sullivan, Lisa Burlos, Jane Seymour, and Ann Carson anxiously await their big match. Andrea Marsh displays her excellent serve at a match. Conference Play he Myers Park tennis team had aspectacular season. Finish- ing second in the conference, the ladies advanced to the state tour- nament in Chapel Hill with an over- all fifth place ranking in the state. Senior standouts were Susan Stanley and Andrea Marsh, both making the All-Conference team and playing singles in the state tournament. Accompanying them was the doubles team of Lucia Conde and Carson Lindsay. With an overall team record of 10-1, the women's tennis team once again showed Myers Park's superiority. sconeeomn MP 7 Shelby 2 o I MP 9 MP 8 Olympic 1 MP 8 E. Gaston 1 MP' 9 Ashbrook 0 MP 4 S. Meck. 5 MP 9 independence 0 MP 7 E. Meck. 2 MP 9 Hunter Huss 0 , MP 9 W. Charlotte 0 N. Meck. Susan Stanley shows her opponent how a real woman plays tennis. MP senior tennis players: Andrea Marsh, Suzy Farmer, Carson Lindsey, and Scott Cole. iwif . J.V. Girls Begin Year Confidently F F he best thing about being a J.V. Cheerleader, is that it is the only school activity where soph- omores can be respected and praised," said J.V. cheerleader Monique Burton. Respect for the cheerleaders was almost instant when their sea- son began under their new advisor, Mrs. Sharon Winstead. Captain, Tracy Joyce, and Co-captain, La- trice Firms, helped the squad by keeping the J.V. squad motivated and organized. The J.V. cheerleaders supported all J.V. basketball and football teams. The J.V. squad also won 1st place at the Eastern Sectional Competition. J.V. Cheerleader Team Members - Left to Right - Front Row Christy Setzer Angle Konstantinedes Cindy Johnson Tracy Joyce Second Flow: Monique Burton, Melanie Montieth, Lisa Craig Ashley Fowler Latnce Firms A Cheerleaders Something To Cheer About if e'Il shock your mind!" This cheer certainly stood true for the Varsity Cheerleaders. Whether on the track or in the gym, these girls could always, "Rock the House." Captains Heather Childers and Rhonda Chisolm led the squad with upbeat spirit-moving cheers. The cheerleaders provided treats for the basketball and football teams and also made signs to sup- port the team. ln addition, the lVlus- tangs won 1st place at the Champi- on Cheerleading Clinic. The lVlus- tangs also competed in two competitions. The Varsity 'Stangs were invited to the Eastern Grand finals in Virginia. Senior Women on the squad are, Lisa Bailey, Heather Childers, Rhonda Chisolm, Kim Noggle, Nat- alie Poole, and Linda Neal. The ad- visor is Ms. Angela Fritz. Co-heads: Heather Childers and Rhonda Chisolm Linda Neal, Heather Childers, Natalie Pool, and Kim Noggle discuss the cheers for the night's game. The Mustang Cheerleaders do a galloping chorus line to the "Horse." wwf fr 1 ,,,,,...,,.-W v 3 fi? fe., 3' J......i 2 if va- 5 ff? 'W ' z j 7 S. . W F'-f S 1,.,.,.. mx... W f' ., W?" .M-awfffff 1-A 1 I ,' ' 5 ,Ji 'fl' X x vw, xx X Q ha J' fx Y xv-1 Q 'Q' , ff xi LETTERGIRLS - Qleft to righti Front row: Kelly Howard, Regina Barnhill, Tammy Flowe, Danielle Newman. Second row: Shanda Sturdivant, Wendy Carr, Debbie Watson, Tammy Diggs, Vickie Barnett, Marcia Burton. SENIOR PICTURE - Qleft to rightj Vickie Barnett, Kellie Howard, Tammy Diggs and Danielle Newman get M.P. fans fired up for the Debbie Watson, Wendy Carr, Shanda Sturdivant. big Homecoming game. X , 4. J ,.,2 , Ay U - ', 4, ,V ' Viii f m e i . 112 Myers Park Spirit Shines "We've got spirit, yes we do. We've got spirit, How 'bout you?" T""" ww-www-'r E V Q .X 'fm rw fe if fr rr 3 f f f , .X 4 I AWK! ar X, :tx r A Y A x 1 Q , ' J J T mf Q 'V u ' Q' . 'xx 1 , .s t N 9 .1 Q if-. t -I 5 get ff L f ' 3 p , 1 , by Q , A va 1,1 g ff y Lg f 1 ,f x x K, QE K 'tr ',f.f-., 1 . I ,,,f M f , , 'W 5 f fi f ,,,,, ffyy I 1 ' e fr i Splflf SIQFIS boost team m0Val9- ' ' ' , ,Q I A . ., , - W ' 3 f " ,,,, , " 'f ' ' ' f :wx L - If 71,1 ,V fs,ffzzfzgfsffglffgmi,K , T1-f -I i . Grief: :?5f5'f5f':f'ff2!!fJi'i5f:EK ,, f ' - ,, ,.'i'i:'5Yff 5' " . f ' V 113 Lettergirl dances at halftime bring out spirit in the crowd. Sea Horses Plunged Into A Season Of Victory he Sea Horses ended with a remarkable season. The girls' team was undefeated in the regular season, while the boys' team lost only one meet by forfeit to South Meck. The team's awards were well-de- served. The women won the All- Conference meet at UNCC, and the men came in second place. In the regional meet at Lenoir-Fthyne, the men placed second again, and the women were tied for third place. Nineteen of the swimmers were sent to the All-State meet. The Sea Horses' success is due to the whole team, but there were several outstanding swimmers. Jennifer Miller dominated the com- petition in the 100 meter butterfly and the 500 meter freestyle events. Joel Olsen led the men while swim- ming the 50 meter freestyle and the 100 meter backstroke. The men's and women's relay teams over- powered the competition, too. The M.P. SWIMMING - Ueft to righti Front row: Eddie Hajnos, Carrie Campbell, Heather Kerns, Jane Seymour, Holly Saunders, Molly Orell, Catherine Bush, Allison Hardy, Beth Jackson lmanagerj. Second row: Nancy Thackston, Suzanne Wayne, Lisa Fernandez, Mimi Watts, Jennifer Viets, Pat Smith, Jennifer Barry, Susan Williams, Jennifer Miller, Ashley Patterson fmanagerl. Third row: Grant Miller, Brian Huff, French Hill, Scott Ford, Tom Jordak, Alan Jackson, Karen Viets, Mary Denton, Stacey Bissentaner. Fourth row: Jennifer Lewis, Greg Huff, Brevard Blythe, Korin Anderson, Eric Gantt, Chip Stewart, Russell Jackson, J.D. Lewis, Joel Olsen, Geoff Gray. men's relay team consisted of Geoff Gray, Greg Huff, Tom Jordak, and Joel Olsen. Allison Hardy, Jen- nifer Miller, Jennifer Viets, and Mimi Watts made up the women's relay team. Susan Williams also led the competition with her superb diving SENIORS - fleft to rightj J.D. Lewis, Catherine Bush, Jennifer Barry, Geoff Gray. 114 1986-1987 SWIMMING RECORD skill, which landed her first place at MEN the regional meet. Also adding to Myerg park Oppgnenf the success of the Sea Horses was 87 Ashbrook 81 the s irit of seniors Jennifer Barr , Cathgrine Bush, Geoff Gray, anxd 119. Norm Meek 25 J.D. Lewis- forfeit South Meck forfeit 86 East Meck 69 120 Hunter Huss 38 94 East Gaston 68 ee Shelby 105 women 85 Ashbrook 81 117 North Meck 32 forfeit scum Meek forfeit 83 East Meck 64 118 Hunter Huss 38 103 East Gaston 58 87 Shelby 84 Molly Orell and Catherine Bush wait anxiously for their scores to be posted. All-Conference star, Jennifer Miller, soaks the competition as she domi- nates the breaststroke. Tom Jordak has his competition in deep water during the l.M. l gs ,K -'H -, . fi, va. ii: - , 9, f, . ,.1,i-'HQ Q21 H - 1 , M I 1 4, I .ll .Munn an QM 'Q me W 1 am.: W1-Q'Q'1 1 Jane Seymour dives with confidence and will as the judges study her form. Nancy Thackston displays impeccable form at the Hunter Huss meet. Jennifer Barry gives a sigh of relief after winning the freestyle event. 115 Debbie Whitney shoots a free-throw against North Meck. VARSITY GIRLS SCOREBOARD MP OPP 73 East Mecklenburg 35 56 West Mecklenburg 38 73 Harding 38 58 North Mecklenburg 74 68 Harding 30 38 West Mecklenburg 42 52 Ashbrook 46 81 Garinger 46 64 South Mecklenburg 47 68 independence 45 68 East Mecklenburg 37 46 West Charlotte 48 51 Hunter Huss 53 33 Ashbrook 37 71 Garinger 39 65 independence 49 66 South Mecklenburg 41 81 East Mecklenburg 35 53 Hunter Huss 45 64 West Charlotte 43 The girls varsity basketball team's great de- fense and excellent offense has inspired them to a great season of basketball. The leading scorers forthe Lady 'Stangs were Josephine Young, ju- nior guard, and Debbie Whitney, senior forward. Coach-Harry Johnston says there were a couple of girls that contributed to the offense they were Becky Dayvault and Nicky Cherry. Coach Johnston added that he felt that they needed to work a little more on their offense, but other than that he enjoyed working with the young ladies. JOSGDNUG YOUUQ Qefs 3 rebound fo' me Lady 'SWWQS' Debbie Whitney goes for two points against North. '1Xs sa QV ' fl. sis? ,I t N . M ttttt trrt to '35 . ff? " 116 Mini? W 'hid Girls varsity team has a conference during one of the games. Becky Dayvault shoots two against North s defense Girls' Varsity Basketball Left to right: Back row-- Merideth Barton, Debbie Whitney, Julie Parish, Lisa Flisse, Becky Dayvault, and Becky Rogers. Front row Lin Welling, Nicole Watts, Kathy Ritter, Nicole Cherry, and Josephine Young. J.V. Girls Basketball Team he girls junior varsity team got off to a slow start but were able to end with a winning sea- son of basketball. The Coach, Miss Kim Eve, feels that the girls have gained a lot of experience this year. She also feels that the girls need a little work on their defense. Miss Eve also feels that with a little more work the team will be a force to be contended with next year. Amy Risse dribbles the ball down court while a Sabre guard tries to keep her from scoring. Camilla Th0mpSOI'1 tl'l6S to penetfafe the Sabfe def6I'1S6. JUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS SCOREBOARD MP OPP 34 West Mecklenburg 24 29 North Mecklenburg 30 61 Harding 7 29 West Mecklenburg 22 32 North Mecklenburg 30 24 Harding 30 47 South Mecklenburg 43 39 Independence 43 36 East Mecklenburg 32 42 West Charlotte 34 37 Independence 50 39 South Mecklenburg 36 35 East Mecklenburg 30 33 West Charlotte 37 is Left to right: First Row: Marcia Watts, Kristi Davidson, Jenny Jones, Lorie Yeakley, and Coach - Kim Eve. Second Row: Camilla Thompson. Not Pictured: Lin Welling, Amy Risse Christy Vagionas, Becky Rogers. J.V. Boys Basketball JUNIOR VARSITY BOYS SCOREBOARD MP OPP 53 West Mecklenburg 47 67 Harding 68 58 North Mecklenburg 66 81 Harding 63 56 West Mecklenburg 59 80 Ashbrook 67 57 Garinger 83 68 South Mecklenburg 71 64 lndependence 68 58 East Mecklenburg 53 57 West Charlotte 64 62 Hunter Huss 51 56 Ashbrook 55 51 Garinger 63 64 lndependence 56 59 South Mecklenburg 83 46 East Mecklenburg 58 54 Hunter Huss 79 43 West Charlotte 62 The junior varsity boys team got off to a slow start, but Coach Alvin Wideman saw some improvements in his team. Coach Wideman feels that the team improved and devel- oped in their basic skills such as free-throws and lay ups. Coach Wi- deman feels that with a little more practice the team will be better next year. Left to right Back row Coach Alvin Wideman Ovanus Woodard Eric Kemp Sumter Cox, Eric Horstman, and Travis Jeter. Front row Stephen Farrl Bobby Merriam Andy Presley Ernest Jordon Warren Wallace and John Richmond. Qin Varsity Boys Basketball Our varsity boys basketball team got off to a good start with a number of wins in the first half of the season. The men's team continued to excite us with ex- cellent playing after defeating West Charlotte by 11 points. The five starters include Kevin Wilson, John Campbell, Win- ston Parks, Larry Crowder, and Terry Massey. Leading scorers for the Men 'Stangs were Larry Crowder and Terry Massey, who always excite the fans when they play. Coach Mike Connelley feels that the boys team had a great season. Terry Massey shoots two against the Vikings. Left to right: Back row- Coach-Mike Connelley, Terry Massey, Kelvin McClusky, Eric Virkler, Winston Parks, and Coach-Alvin Wideman. Middle row- Kevin Wilson, Marty Lewis, John Campbell, Shane Wagner, and Jarret Robinson. Front row- Jason Burgess, Reginald Lidsey, J.T. Jant, and Larry Crowder. l u 120 X - ' 1 milliilllll' 345, 11- MY-9 1? Q 'win , W Af - 3 iz , l f 2? t W P' Q WHOQQSVU ll"fLaney 'A N 1' "ll:-l Fill N ' M' :lmfl"'fl?'l33lYi314ll ir W KWOOK Sout- N ecklenburg I l ndefwe Ea l ' cklenbur 3 '- fikfzw 1 4 wi.-fp' aff- 'Y su ' W Oharlotte l 47-' A fzjjfg-i88 f ,ggi HUHTSI' Huss 57 N V' - 55 'Q Ashbrook 56, 76 Garinger 50 Q Independence South Mecklenbufg W W East Mecklenbufg 'ffl ,A Hume' E14-'53 west cnsiioue W Terry Massey, our Sun Drop Player of the Week, scores two more for the 'Stangs. Kevin Wilson takes the Viking to the board. Coaches-Mike Connelley and Alvin Wideman look on in surprise. 4 121 Wrestling The boys wrestling team had a good season of wres- tling. The wrestling team had a good number of wins as they went to the conference. Coach-John Boyd, the new coach for the wrestling team, feels that the team had a good attitude for winning. Craig Mack illustrates a wrestling hold. Left to Right- First row: Brian Middleswarth, Brian Jennings, Todd Hampton, Mike McLaughlin, and Scott Stevens. Second row: Joel Gatlin, George Cllmmer, Paul Strickland, David DuPuy, Craig Mack, Mike Bowman, and Lee Bradley. Third row: Brett Young, Pat Turner, Edward Wilson, Doug Reece, Glen Gibble. Fourth row: Carl Anders. 122 UWM H' N Qi 9 4 f' g,Q'6. - -S f in X. Fx ,MQJ wliggg- KS? ' A If THNE5 W ANE5' 4.-.--u 'Aw x ' ffl Y Q. x ,izfvzes f 4 'f' y H Sym mw A ,1s..:, q"q N Q g Q! ' ' js 'A 139 ,QS J, rllfi 3 . . ' is Kglllx JVAU Wx ' h"'TAN 1- .4 Q' M1 ,,Z,,k ,m,, , link ' N II '-b 4 My M ' v .97 ? Q Q f, W ww hm. ZZ 4 K QW J X . , of X f' f 1 717, 4,11 1 Ns: K I STUDENT GOVERNMENT-fleft to rightj Front row: T. J. Hayoox, Holt Hathaway, Mario Hall, Monjya Bynum. Second row: Kara Misenheimer, Rhonda Chisholm, Meredith Barton, Cathy Crates, Anne Shaw, Natisha Witherspoon. SENIOR EXECUTIVE COUNCIL-deft to righty Catsy DeVane, Rob Spears, Anthony Diggs, Josh Sams, Kathryn Ferraro. 126 X 5 i .-,.'. g-514'-. 'f FM W W ' E V k,R3?eY .. Mi. ie .. so M Sf ii eeee E Q 'Q 5? if ' "C ' X if 'L Vp. 2 1 Y YL lm-""' f' 'ff xv' fi f - , N, .., . Q V . W .Ad 6' qi' .J - Sn ' ss A, i 41 -r ', JUG . y , ua? lf' E W 55' ' 15 W C .F .. ff N RN.S'-wrfi C N E Q EQ seifgwigf ii E ' 9.4- fsfi ffl Rhonda Chisholm-Vice Presidentg Meredith Barton-Secretary-Treasurerg T.J. Hay- cox-President. E ?7'! JUNIOR EXECUTIVE COUNCIL-lleft to rightj John Turner, Yohonda Glover, Anna Hollifield, Mary Hurteau, Bill Diehl. , ,.,,,..,,.. H , SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL--lleft to rightl Chrissy Davis, Lynn Welling, Sumter Cox, Cather- ine Hogewood. as -is 3 3 M. Q If f Q, V. " .4-11 Q I Wai L'w:' ' 1 Q52 169 ,, Z I ,' O e 'f R .. IK S V , 2,---4 , E If 1,77 As seniors, we think back to our times at Myers Park. We remember people: Their faces, their personalities. We remember years: The setbacks, the accomplishments. There were our once-in-a-lifetime friends, Our "outings" to athletic events, Completing of applications, Exemption from exams, and, of course, GRADUATION!! To make these the best of times, It takes all kinds. The effects of the weekend take toll on Glenn Gribble. .- . H 'ii' 5 .,,1 ,ii ,,,,,, - - ggi 5. rt ,fb i Sitnflf 1- ,,.,, ff' l ' ' - ,,.. . ..,. ' r Q. . ,,"l it 'V' . . "'l "' 3 '-,,- . I eeil iiii s,,r,i Z A.,. ....1. . W .. if? .,,, 1Qy2?QQy3f?.--'Airlift' Michael D. Albuquerque Tonia Y. Alexander Patsy J. Alford Sabryah K. Alghrary Denise J. Allen Victoria Mtz de Andino Paul C. Ardnt Lisa Arrington ' ,ww-Q A . 2 X 3 ww L 4 : H B U: ' GQ , Q? "::- 1 If .. 5 Kxzi . M1--sa... .fzz a 1 .,,...tt.,..... J ' , JZ2 R9Sa'i"'e N- Bai'eY Stegihan R B lley W T ' , 5 V Joseph L. Barber gk W Mary E. Barnett Jennifer K. Barry Ann M. Barton James E Baucom 'w ami '21 A 5 .gy 2-. V K -ur-.twin .. . ,ta .--- 1. S-1-N. .- -W. m,,. . L"'- . ..,,. --'. , ""' , Jig' 2 .w J H A, .i'5'l f "'b ' J "LLL i S A " " 5 553 - Q ' , hA ' 21. . .. -- I 'iii '-2 3 315 Zigi ' ei WA - '59 - . '-f- Wi,-4 VQWNNHN :Elsie 1 . L 4, L -, xv 1. .4 .x iltiw.. ? -xi. F - .... . Joy E. Beach Christina E. Beachley Katherine H. Beckwith John P. Bedingfield Melissa R. Biber Bobby D. Birtha Michael Bjorlie Vincent B. Black Darrin A. Blackmon Felicia E. Blackmon Dallas E. Blackwelder Janet R. Blair Tamielda Bluford John S. Bolton Andrea S. Bostian David Fl. Bowman 4 E R i 5' 'if' J Cheryl G. Boyce Lisa M. Brown Michelle D. Burba Lincoln J. Byrd Daniel M. Brenner Mary T. Bruce Derek H. Burns Daniel E. Caldwell Dwight T. Bridges Brian Marx Brigham Brock E. Bruner Bindu S. Bulsera Janet D. Busch Catherine Ft. Bush Dewitt T. Caldwell James W. Caldwell 45 'ffl Q -ff-l K4-rf 5 JA y in-1 C' " K ' 5 Q K , . . . g - , . Is- i x. , . N N- iv. V: .1 "0" . .,.. -. - .A 4 .fx "H " Eddie E Campbell Cathy J. Caracofe Wendy L. Carr Angelo J. Carras Amanda E. Carter Peter T. Cashion Hays H. Castleman Caroy R. Chambers Andrew G. Charnisky Pinch Chenda Robert V. Cheney Heather S. Childers Rhonda M. Chisolm Rula A. Christopoulos Leslie K. Clark Robin C. Clinard 'Wt Q Q. ff C Q . -rj- fC: . V -y ,. , . f ' 'V K , . XV 4.1. A N' . XX X J .1 gt.. 'ir ,6- ii if 'E tk Q as QS. f . . ...ig . . . 'fl . H' N ' .... . xr K 'Ah ' . Zzh 1 H X L J i X Cynthia A. Cline Scott M. Cole Sean N. Coleman John E Cook Bradford J. Cooke Christine M. Coon Felicia M. Cooper Gary Cooper John M. Copley Herbert Council Thurman H. Cowan Gregory L. Craig Mary J. Crates Denise A. Crockett Diane Croll Kim Y. Crosby F. . 5 l . .. ,..- T 1 Mlm.. F 1 si i S.. Timothy D. Crowell Jennifer E. Culler Thomas E. Cummings LaShay Cunningham Michael A. Cureton Sherry D. Currie Robert S. Darlington D. S. Davis Monica Y. Davis Rhenada A. Davis Vilda N. Davis Jacques D. Debeuneuve Catherine D. DeVane Judith T. Diaz Gretchan R. Diffendal Anthony D. Diggs , , .,S.,L,, . ... t Fr Q Q s. s st . S I t ff.. -...,w Stori L. Dillon Diane L. Dodson Colin F. Doherty Derrick L. Dowdle Derrick E. Drakeford Kevin D. Drew Kimberly Fi. Droege Christopher S. Dula True Mustang spirit shows through the excitement of Janice Steward, Monique Pearson, Stephanie Drakeford, and Mona Carr. A. ,t , . i t xx X jig iii' fi' . k,i:., l t el .- M . it Km" - . . - E 'Ei Qs X X X X Q2 N i X 'QF 2' , X bi iii ' - v .k mm- 'sees' " 5 . ., K , Brian D. Dunn Wanda D. Dupree Nhan M. Duong Amy E. Eagle Jay C. Edwards Ronnie Edwards Nancy L. Elliott Thomas V. Elliott Christian H. Elmore Jonathan D. Fairley Suzanne C. Farmer Kathryn S. Ferraro Pamela Fewell Darryl K. Fleming Matthew A. Foster Donnie R. Floyd . sas.-A lt X ,K l .- x . Q 2' ' , if fe? if 'f'3 'f , . ju fx .231 .ik l 'A ZLI :" Johnnie E. Floyd Cheleta L. Funderburk Roger W. Furr Sharon D. Galmon Selby L. Garrison Laura E. Gatlin Alina N. Gentry Ernest R. Ghant Chinyere A. Gill Michael J. Gill Scott A. Gilland Yolanda S. Glover Martin A. Godwin Michael D. Goeller Valencia Gomillion Chantelle E. Goodson , ooodio 40 mwllo'l0""' zzil . ,, .. at Christian Elmore, Janet Bush, Suzanne Hicks, Will Mauney, Denise Allen, Toby Younghans, Angi Hames, and Scott Major enjoy a new class at M.P., Sunbathing 101. ' LEX ' wr Q :gf - I G . Q , K , ., X . S Tammy S. Goodwin Frances Goumas Mondria Gray Barbara Green William M. Grant James W. Grasty Wesley G. Gribble Kathy Grigg Geoffrey D. Gray Laura A. Gray Levander Fl. Green Tyre Fl. Green ' i A A A liie -"- y Susan E. Groves Colleen M. Grybush Cynthia R. Gubert Gina Guffey Janita D. Guinyard Tracey Haigler LeShon C. Hailey Lori R. Hailey Angela J. Hames Angela E. Harden Cal E Harden Cynthia A. Harley Chris T. Harmon Susanne K. Harmon Bryan A. Harris Darryl A. Harris F i 41 42 ig, 'R A E T' ij as it , ,,,,, .4 ' 1.1 . A 03" ' ' if ' 1 1 .. i A it Tint K : K Ht 'ir' W ' +, -.vi . , . 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Husch Dung Huynh Heather A. lcenhour Dianne F. Jackson Jacqueline L. Jackson Patricia E. Jackson Charles E. Jacobs Mickey S. Jacobs Douglas M. Jarrell I .. ,sw ,ptr A 15 A it S 4:1 S K2 .6 W if Q 5 43 1 S , ,M S S J , 3 f lltst W. as Veronica Jefferies Julie E. Johnson Willis H. Johnson Deneen D. Jones Kiki Kalevas Mari Kaneko Jane K. Karpenske Matt G. Katko wi 'U xaxf: 5 24 K X t 'X 5 aff: ialnzflf ,ilpzzv 1 V .t 7 555 5 32 " N 'r 5,'1i?-is it Samuel Johnson Susan C. Johnson William M. Jordan Konstantinos Kalevas Sabryah Alghrary and Scott Darlington express their opinions of the new smoking policy. 14 50--w fit 2451 K . l A ns i N. it .,.k 4 at l , ae : A - L L l Tammy Katopodis Mary K. Kendall John C. Kennerly Elaine C. Ketner Simon C. Kilminster Caroline C. Kincaid Kathy A. Kolovos Monica Krajnikovic Hunter M. Kratt Patrick A. Ledbetter John D. Lewis Carson R. Lindsey Stephanie D. Litton Alfred J. Locke Anne H. Locke Julie A. Lockman h e e I is fx.,-f S.. if V .i 2 . 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N . t H. ,.f. Q 4 ,t ,tr J' . Ak g yg gy ' 1+ . -Q zS"3?3fe' -vt ii. "Wx, . ' I James T. Neely Monty D. Neely Katasha Nelson Kevin Neshat Anh T. Nguyen Chau V. Nguyen Son T. Nguyen Tambra A. Nichols Leslie M. Nicholson Patricia Nixon Kimberly E. Noggle Rhonda B. Oates William Fl O'Herron Jeff Osborne Mike Otte Rodney Overton 'UL L... Chan W. Pak Vasiliki Pagageorgiou Julia A. Parish Mitra Parsapour Charlene G. Patterson Crissy M. Pearce LaTanya A. Pegues Maria A. Pegues Debbie L. Pelosi Jennifer E. Penson Steve Perkins Kenneth A. Peroyea Kelly A. Petty Harold L. Phillips Voula Pistiolis Natalie S. Pool time Eric J. Popper Page M. Porter John C. Prentzas Donna M. Pritchard Kelly L. Pritchett Julie A. Protz Tammie L. Quince Melissa A. Randall Susan M. Rasberry Kimberly H. Reavis Douglas S. Reece Suzanne M. Reep Andrea A. Reid Kina M. Reid Tara D. Reid Michael S. Reinstein 'fe 9 Q fis . I,- X . Warren J. Rickard Vance A. Ricks Katherine A. Robinson Mary L. Robinson Kelly Pritchett and Sharelle Hicks toast the sunny afternoon during second lunch. E 1 sw., f '93 i -Q9 Lisa J. Risse Jarrett C. Robinson William Robinson Willie H. Robinson Douglas J. Rogers Jackie Romero Kimberly K. Ryder Josh W. Sams ' 4 . 'Q ' ,-:i V 73217352 George Sanders Danny Sanford Arthur E. Savage Mary M. Savard Jerry C. Savino Stephanie L. Scherer Joseph J. Schonberg William M. Scott Kathryn Seymour Rajan C. Shah Kellianne Sheely Daniel A. Shmikler Angela D. Shore Tracey L. Simmons Charles V. Simpson Rhondra Simpson i A ff' . l . . p l .i,.g.Qf 1.5 Teresa A. Singer Matthew B. Skinner Crystal L. Smith Hayword D. Smith J. Allison Smith Stephanie E Smith Suzanne B. Smith Thomas M. Snead Jeff J. Sopei William C. South Michael M. Spears Robert E. Spears Edward A. Stafford Richard L. Stafford Christopher L. Stafford Susan E. Stanley Billy O'Herron gives a hearty smile as he goes off to his next class. Sandra Staten Charlene Steele Bryan K. Stradford Tamara A. Deanna St. Aubin Ftezonia L. Strouse Shanda R. Sturdivant Willie J. S Victoria C. Stern Darryl Stroud Streater turgess V! , S ,"37fTff:Y' 'Y',':zQl71iffZ.. ' 'ILLL ' ctc . T Q Q g l, f Q 5 1 . ...js x K I 11. -Stew .1 z,-. -..., ,s Q 'B TTtTlsT..c..... 1 l, 2 T C George T. Swearingen Rachel B. Swenson Donnie Fl. Taylor Daron S. Terry Michael W. Thomas Nancy L. Thomas LaSanya Thompson Robert M. Thompson Cynthia D. Tippett Phoan Tran Stefanie Triantis Caroline A. Trippe Candace Tuck Heather L. Underwood Frank R. Vaden Chia M. Vang y . .,..... . . T... ,lr N--2 K- tgp' Evelyn B. Van Landingham Constance E. Vasoll Johnny E. Vera Lisa R. Vickery Lucia V. Conde Pamela A. Wachter Scott W. Walker Michael D. Walter Jane Ft. Wanscott Yolanda R. Warren Felicia L. Washington Adriane L. Watkins Deborah L. Watson Suzanne E. Way Sheri L. Weaver Carlos Weil QD 1 I ...gg K .. 1:44 ff-1' am. ls- I ' . , H . ' 1 CL. ? x' X il ,Lkk A L ' A C Q x'7ffi72.:.--r., L Y -A in A Q ' K 1.5. Valencia M. Wentz Kimberly A. WilkerS0l'l Kutrina D. WilliaI'T1S Edward M. Wilson 'I' . 4 ' J. if div 1 ,. we ,f I gl il Q- , . L " ' 5' 5 f,.fEffQfEEm 4553? Charles A. White Audra C. Williams Lenise M. Williams Kevin D. Wilson Deborah A. Whitney S. Claire Whitworth Christa A. Williams Edward L. Williams Monica J. Williams Doris Wilson Windy L. Wise Christopher A. Withrow ,, f.. .ff::fM1t ' .,.. J - -' h F . 3 ' ZT' S L l rs.l f lgJ f,,g ig, gygyg 1 , I . .. . j Wendy G. Worley Tracy L. Worthing Alicia J- YOUNQ Darryl D. Young Ernest J. Young Toby M. Younghans H0604 fe 1' The true excitement of being admitted to Keyettes is portrayed by Emily Nance's over- joyed expression. Cassandra D. Young Class of 1987 Not pictured Austin, Bobby Beach, Joy Elizabeth Beasley, La'Dell Bell, Cleveland Bird, Patrick T. Blakeney, James Butler, Lisa M. Byrd, Delvina Y. Carter, Benjamin T. Chapin, Charles R. Covington, Ellis L. Duncan, Hilary Edmonstone, Martha P. Edwards, Tawanda M. Faulkner, Trammella R. Faust, Joyce Fontenot, Donald P. Garris, Robert S. Givens, Terry B. Givens, Torry L. Glover, Julius Grady, Paul M. Grigg, Katheryn A. Gulledge, Dana M. Henderson, Willie A. Heustess, Adam N. Hubbs, Franklin S. Jackson, Keith D. Latta, Julius S. Leitner, Elizabeth Lee, Scott T. Lowe, Alice C. Lu, Du N. Lyles, Janita S. Martin, Alice S. Massey, Terry McNair, Tyrone J. Melin, Teemu T. Moore, Phillip Neal, John R. Nguyen, Bao Pelzler, Nathan Ramsey, Scott Marshall Ringly, John Ronald Scott, Cameron Alane Stroup, Renee Thompson, Renaraldo Shawn Threatt, Chris L. Threah, Patrick Bernard Tran, Nahia Quoc Turner, Darryl Eugene Tursi, David C. Tyler, Georgiana, KF Wallace, Michael Wells, Benjamin H. Welton, Ariail Taylor MICHAEL ALBUQUEROUE - French Club 11: Key 12, Newspaper Staff 11, 12. TONIA ALEXANDER - YAC 11, Hosa 12, Octagon 11, Explorers 12, Internship 12. PATSY ALFORD - Volleyball 10: Physics Club 12: Latin Club 12, Y-Teens 11, Pegasus 12. SABRYAH ALGHRARY - Debate 10. 11, 12, Junior Achievement 11. DENISE ALLEN - Cross Country 11, 12, Physics Club 12, Deca 10. TRACY ARTIS - Track 12, Y-Teens 10, Vogue 11, 12, Deca 11,12,NJROTC10,FHA. CHERYL AUBAS - Track 12, J.V. Girls Basketball 10, Orchestra 10, 11, 12, Vogue 12, FBLA 12: Junior Achievement 11, 12. ROBERT AUSTIN - Chorus 10, 11, 12, Beta Club 12. ELISA BAILEY - Physics Club 12: Band 10, 11, Cheerleaders 10, 11, 12, Latin Club 11, Beta Club 12, Exec. Council 10, 2nd period Rep. 10, Hosa 10, 11, 12. ROSALINE BAILEY - Homeroom Rep. 10, Deca 12, Red Cross 10, NAACP 10. STEPHEN BAILEY - National Honor Soc. 11, 12, Interact 11, 12, PAMELA BAKER - Track 12, Vogue 12. JOSEPH BAKER - J.V. Football 10, Deca 11, 12, NJROTC 10, 11, 12. LATRINA BARDLAVENS - Spanish Club 10, 11, Keyettes 12,Y-Teens11, 12, Vogue 11, 12,Hosa12, FBLA 12, Annual Staff 12. ELLEN BARNETT - Homecoming Ct. 12, Spanish Club 10, 11, Beta Club 11-President 12, lnterclub Council 12, Ambassadors 10, 11, 12, Project-Excel-Closeup 11, Photo Club 10, 11, 12. VICTORIA BARNETT - Lettergirls 12, Beta Club 11, 12, Deca 12, NJROTC 10, I1, Mu Alpha Theta 11, Drill Team 10, 11, Color Guard 10, 11. MARK BARRINGER - Band 10, Latin Club 10, Vica 11. JENNIFER BARRY - Tennis 10, Swimming 10, 11, 12, Jr. Marshall 11, Orchestra 10, Latin Club 10, 11, Latin Honor Soc. 11, National Honor Soc. 10, 11, 12, Ambassadors 11, 12, Debate 11, 12, Project-Excel-Closeup 12. ANN MEREDITH BARTON - V. Womens Basketball 10, 11, 12, Softball 10, 11, 12, Jr. Marshall 11, Latin Club 10, 11, 12, Latin Honor Soc. 10, 11, 12, National Honor Soc. 11, 12, Jr. 81 Sr. Council 11, Homeroom Rep, 10, Ambassadors 11, 12, Big Sisters 12, Student Council 12- Sec.lTreas., Western N.C. Student Council Assoc. 12- President, DAR Good Citizen 11. JAY BAUCOM - Tennis 10, Cross Country 10, 11, Jr. Marshall 11, French Club 10, French Honor Soc. 10, Latin Club 11, 12, Latin Honor Soc. 11, 12, National Honor Soc. 11,12,YAC10,11,12,HorTler0om Rep. 11, 12, NC Boys' State 11, Young Americans Abroad 11. GREG BAUER - J.V. Boys Basketball 10. I JOY BEACH - Chorus 10, FBLA 12. CHRISTINA BEACHLEY - V. Womens Basketball 10, Volleyball 10, 11, Physics Club 12, French Club 10, 12, Latin Club 11, 12. KATHERINE BECKWITH - Physics Club 12, Musical 11, Chorus 11, French Club 10, 11, Keyettes 11, 12. JOHN BEDINGFIELD - Var. Soccer 10, J.V. Boys Basketball 10, Golf 10, V. Baseball 10, Key 11, 12, FBLA 12, Library Assist. 10, Office Assist. 10. MELISSA BIBER - Physics Club 12, Spanish Club 10, 11, Beta Club 12, Deca 11. PATRICK BIRD - V. Football 11, French Club 12, Library Assist. 12. BOBBY BIRTHA - J.V. Boys Basketball 10, Homeroom Rep. 12, 2nd period Rep. 12, Computer Club 12, GQ 11, 12, Deca 12, Hosa 10, Vica 12, FBLA 12, FHA-Hero 12, FHA 12-Vice President. MICHAEL BJORLIE - J.V. Soccer 10, 11, J.V. Wrestling 11, Volleyball 11, 12, Drama Productions 12, Interact 10, 11, 12, Red Cross 11, Young Life 11, 12, Show Biz 10, 11, 12. VINCENT BLACK - Jr. Marshall 11, National Honor Soc. 11, 12, Library Assist. 11, Who's Who in America High School Students 12, MAP Mentor 12, INROADS 11, 12. ANDRE BLACKMAN - French Club 11: Deca 12, Library Assist. 12. FELICIA BLACKMON - Vogue 12, Deca 11, FBLA 12, Office Assist. 10. DALLAS BLACKWELDER - French Club 10, 11, 12, Beta Club 12, 2nd period Rep. 11, Keyettes 11, 12. JANET BLAIR - Softball 10, 11, 12, Spanish Club 11, 12, Spanish Honor Soc. 11, 12. JAMES BLAKENEY - J.V. Boys Basketball 10, V. Football 11, 12, Spanish Club 11, Computer Club 12, FHA-Hero 12. JOHN BOLTON - V. Mens Basketball 11, J.V. Boys Basketball 10, Volleyball 10, 11, Chorus 11, Drama Productions 10, National Honor Soc. 10, 11, 12, High-Q Team 10, Jr. 81 Sr. Council 11, Interact 12, Debate 10, 11, 12. ANDREA BOSTIAN - Volleyball 10. 11, 12, Spanish Club 10, 11, 12, Spanish Honor Soc. 12, Latin Club 11, 12, Latin Honor Soc. 11, 12, Beta Club 12. DAVID BOWMAN - Track 10, 11, 12, Var. Wrestling 10, 11. 12-Co Captain, V. Football 12, Cross Country 10, 11, Key 10, 11, 12QSergeant of Arms, Deca 10, 11. 12, Deca Class Rep. 10, 11, 12. CHERYL BOYCE - Band 10, 11, 12, Homeroom Rep. 10, Vogue 12, FBLA 12. DANIEL BRENNER - Tennis 10, 11, Jr. Marshall 11, French Club 10, National Honor Soc. 11, 12, lnterclub Council 12, Interact 10, 11, 12-President, Debate 10, 11, 12, Chess Club 12: Octagon 10, 11, SADD10, 11. TRIPP BRIDGES - Homeroom Rep. 11, 12, Interact 10, 11, 12-Board Member, Debate 11, 12. LISA BROWN - Flag Girls 11, Homeroom Rep. 10, 2nd period Rep. 10, 11, FBLA 12, Office Assist. 12, Annual Staff 11, 12. MARY BRUCE - Y-Teens12, Deca11, 12, NJROTC 10.11, 12, Explorer 12. BROCK BRUNER - Key 10, 11, 12: Office Assist. 12. MICHELLE BURBA - Chorus 10: Deca10, 11, 12, DEREK BURNS - Track 12, Homeroom Rep. 11, NJROTC 10. 11, 12, Debate 12, Color Guard 11,123 Drill Team 10, 11, 12, Academic Team 10, 11. JANET BUSCH - Cross Country 12, Rifle Girls 11, Deca 12, Debate 10, Project-Excel-Closeup 11. CATHERINE BUSH - Swimming 10, 12, Jr. Marshall 11, Physics Club 12, Musical 11, Chorus 10, 11, Flag Girls 10, 11, 12-Co-Captain, Latin Club 10, 11, 12, Latin Honor Soc. 10, 11, Beta Club 11, 12-Secr.lTreas., Y-Teens 10, 11-Secr. 12. LINCOLN BYRD - J.V. Baseball 10,GQ12,Deca10, 11, 12, NAACP 11. DANIEL CALDWELL - Var. Wrestling 10, 11, 12, GQ 12, Deca 10, 11. ' DEWITT CALDWELL - V. Football 11, J.V. Football 10, GQ 12, Deca12, NJROTC 10, 11, 12. WESLEY CALDWELL - Computer Club 10, Deca 10, 11, Pegasus 10. EDDIE CAMPBELL - French Club 10, Beta Club 11, 12, Interact 11, 12, Debate 10, 11, 12-Treasurer. WENDY CARR - Homecoming Ct. 12, Orchestra 10, 11, 12, Musical 11, Chorus 11, 12, Lettergirls 11, 12, French Club 11, 12, Homeroom Rep. 11, Big Sisters 12, Y-Teens 12, Vogue 12, NAACP 12, All-Carolina Chorus. PETER CASHION - Tennis 10, Physics Club 12: Spanish Club 10, 11, Ihteract10, 11, 12. HAYS CASTLEMAN - Physics Club 12, Chemistry Club 12, Spanish Club 10, 11, Key 10, 11,12, FBLA 12. RUSTY CHAMBERS - J.V. Soccer 10, V. Baseball 11, 123 J.V. Baseball 10, Interact 10, 11, 12, Deca 10, 11, 12. ANDY CHARNISKY - J.V. Soccer 10, Track 10, Golf 10, V. Football 10, J.V. Baseball 10, Spanish 10, Key 12, FBLA 12, Photo Club 10, Explorers Club. ROBERT CHENEY - Key 11, 12, Pegasus 12. HEATHER CHILDERS - Homecoming Ct. 10, Jr. Marshall 11, Physics club 12, Musical 11, Chorus 10, 11, 12, Drama Club 11, Cheerleaders 10, 11, 12, French Club 10, 11, 12, French Honor Soc, 12, National Honor Soc. 11, 12, lnterclub Council 12, Exec. Council 12, Keyettes 10, 11, 12, Big Sisters 12. RHONDA CHISOLM - Jr. Marshall 11, Orchestra 10, 11, 12, Cheerleaders 10, 11, 12, Spanish Club 10, 12, National Honor Soc. 12, Beta Club 11, 12, Exec. Council 10, 12, Homeroom Rep. 10, Y-Teens 11, Math Honor Soc. 11, 12, lNROADS10,11,12. RULA CHRISTOPOULOS - French Club 12, Deca 12. LESLIE CLARK -- Track 11, Homeroom Rep. 12, 2nd period Rep. 10, Vogue 11, 12-President, Decal?-1., 12, NAACP 11, lnterclub Council 12. ROBIN CLINARD - German Club 11, 12,Deca11, 12. 161 is .,, U CYNTHIA CLINE - French Club 10, Project Chairperson Officer 11, 12: Ambassadors 10, 11, 12: Deca 12: SADD 12. SCOTT COLE - Var. Soccer 10, 11g Tennis 10, 11, 12: Swimming 10: Musical 11: Chorus 10, 11: 2nd period Rep. 10: Keyettes 11, 12: Big Sisters 12: Deca 12. SEAN COLEMAN - V. Mens Basketball 10: J.V. Boys Basketball 10: Latin Club 10, 11, 12: Y-Teens 12: GQ 12: NAACP 12. LUCIA CONDE - Tennis 12: Exchange Student 12. CHRISTI COON - Tennis 10: Softball 10: French Club 10, 11: Lacrosse 10. FELICIA COOPER - French Club 10, 11, 12: 2nd period Rep. 10: Vogue 12: Deca 11, 12: FBLA 12: NAACP 12. GARY COOPER -- Big Brothers 10, 11, 12: GQ 10, 11: NJROTC10,11. JOHN COPLEY - Var. Soccer 11: Track 10, 11: V. Football 10, 11: Exec. Council 10: Homeroom Rep. 10: Interact 12: Key 10: Academic Internship 12. ELLIS COVINGTON - Big Brothers 11, 12: GQ 12: FBLA 12:NJROTC10,11. THURMAN COWAN - Big Brothers 11, 12: GQ 12: NJROTC10,11,12. GREGORY CRAIG - GQ 12: Deca 12. MARY JO CRATES - Homecoming Ct. 12: Jr. Marshall 11: Chorus 10, 11: French Club 10, 11, 12: French Honor Soc. 10, 11, 12: National Honor Soc. 11, 12: lnterclub Council 12: Octagon 10: Pegasus 12-President. DENISE CROCKETT - Track 11, 12: Homecoming Ct. 10: Big Sisters 11, 12: Vogue 12: Deca10, 11, 12. TIM CROWELL - Drama Productions 11, 12. JENNIFER CULLER - Jr. Marshall 11: Spanish Club 10, 11, 12: Spanish Honor Soc. 10, 11, 12: National Honor Soc. 11, 12: lnterclub Council 12: Homeroom Rep. 12: Ambassadors 10, 11, 12: Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 12. TOMMY CUMMINGS - Var. Soccer 11: Key 11: Deca12. LASHAY CUNNINGHAM - Vogue 12: Deca 10, 11: NJROTC 10, 11: FHA-Hero 11: Office Assist. 12. MICHAEL CURETON - Track 10, 11, 12: V. Football 11, 12: Band 10, 11, 12:Interact12:GQ12. DAWN CURRIE - Softball 11, 12: Jr. Marshall 11: German Club 10, 11, 12: Beta Club 12. SCOTT DARLINGTON - J.V. Baseball 10: Physics Club 12: Band 10, 11: German Club 10: lnteract11, 12: Pegasus 12. MONICA DAVIS - Homecoming 10: French Club 10: FBLA 12: NAACP 11, 12: Junior Achievement 11. RHENADA DAVIS - Track 12: Chorus 10, 11, 12:Deca12: NJROTC10,11,12. VILDA DAVIS - lnterclub Council 12: Hosa 11, 12. JACQUES DEBEUNEURE - V. Baseball 11, 12: J.V. Baseball 10: French Club 10: lnterclub Council 12: Jr. 8. Sr. Council 12: GQ 11, 12: Deca 12: FBLA 12: Octagon 10. CATHERINE DEVANE - Volleyball 10: Jr. Marshall 11: Drama Productions 12: Spanish Club 12: National Honor Soc. 11, 12: Exec. Council 11, 12: Project-Excel-Closeup 11. GIGI DIAZ - J.V. Girls Basketball 10, 11: Volleyball 11: Softball 10, 11: Drama Club 12. GRETCHAN DIFFENDAL - Volleyball 10. 11: Jr. Marshall 11: Spanish Club 10, 11, 12: Spanish Honor Soc.10, 11, 12: National Honor Soc. 11, 123 Homeroom Rep. 11: Ambassadors 11. 12: Debate 10, 11, 12. ANTHONY DIGGS - V. Mens Basketball 10: J.V. Boys Basketball 10, 11: V. Football 11, 12: J.V. Football 10: J.V. Baseball 10, 11: Band 10: Exec. Council 12: Jr, 8. Sr. Council 10. 11: Library Assist. 12. STORI DILLON - Physics Club 12: Drama Productions 12: 2nd period Rep. 10: Keyettes 10, 11, 12. COLIN DOHERTY - Cross Country 10, 11, 12: Physics Club 12: 2nd period Rep. 10: Key 10, 11, 12. DERRICK DOWDLE - J.V. Boys Basketball 11: Spanish Club 10. DERRICK DRAKEFORD - Band10, 11:GQ12:Deca 12: Office Assist. 12. KEVIN DREW - FBLA 12. KIM DROEGE - French Club 10: Deca11, 12: SADD 12. HILARY DUNCAN - Orchestra 10, 11, 12: French Club 10, 11, 12: YAC 10: Pegasus 12. BRIAN DUNN - Var. Soccer 11, 12: J.V. Soccer 10: V. Football 11, 12: J.V. Football 10: Interact 10, 11, 12. WANDA DUPREE - Band 10: Big Sister 12: Deca 12: Red Cross 10: Library Assist. 10. NANCY ELLIOTT - Musical 11: French Club 10, 11, 12: French Honor Soc. 10, 11, 12: National Honor Soc. 11, 12: Octagon 10: Pegasus 12: Wrestling Manager 10, 11, 12. THOMAS ELLIOTT - Band 10, 11, 12. CHRISTIAN ELMORE - Spanish Club 11: Key 10, 11, 12. JAY EDWARDS III - Track 12: J.V. Boys Basketball 10: J.V. Football 10: Latin Club 11, 12: GQ 11, 12: FBLA 12: NJROTC 10, 11: Vocational 11: NAACP 12. TAWANDA EDWARDS - Deca 10: FBLA 12. JOHN FAIRLEY - Deca 12. SUZY FARMER - Tennis 11, 12: Jr. Marshall 11: Physics Club 12: Musical 11: Chorus 10, 11: French Club 10, 11, 12: National Honor Soc. 11, 12: Homeroom Rep. 11, 12: 2nd period Rep. 10: Keyettes 10, 11, 12: Annual Staff 12. RANDY FAUST - Track 12: J.V. Boys Basketball 10: V. Football 11, 12: J.V. Football 10. KATHRYN FERRARO - Track 10, 11, 12: Homecoming Ct. 12: Jr. Marshall 11: Spanish Club 10, 11, 12: Spanish Honor Soc. 10, 11, 12: National Honor Soc. 11, 12: lnterclub Council 12: Exec. Council 10, 11, 12: Jr. 8. Sr. Council 10, 11, 12: Keyettes 11, 12: Big Sister 12: Exchange Student 11: Cancer Support Group 12. DONNIE FLOYD - Deca 12. 162 'Q -arf. ' JOHNNIE FLOYD - Key 12. DONALD FONTENAT - Physics Club 12: Key 11: Mu Alpha Theta 10. TRACY FORTIS - Band 10, 11. MATTHEW FOSTER - Track 10, 12: V. Football 11: J.V. Football 10: Chorus 10: Latin Club 10, 11: Latin Honor Soc. 10: National Honor Soc. 11. 12: Homeroom Rep. 12: Interact 12: Mu Alpha Theta 11, 12: NAACP 12. CHELETA FUNDERBURK - Vogue 10, 11:Deca12. ROGER FURR - Var. Wrestling 12: J.V. Wrestling: Deca 11. TRAMMELL ROCHELLE FAULKNER - Deca 12. SHARON GALMON - Vocational Prep. 10, 11, 12. SELBY GARRISON - Drama Productions 11: Drama Club 11: French Club 10, 11, 12: Beta Club 12: Deca 12: Pegasus 12. LAURA GATLIN -- Spanish Club 10, 11: Deca 12. ALINA GENTRY - Jr. Marshall 11: Band 10: Spanish Club 11, 12: National Honor Soc. 11, 12: lnterclub Council 12: Y-Teens 12: NAACP 11, 12-President: Junior Achievement 11,12: Inroads12. SCOTT GILLAND - V. Football 10, 11: V. Baseball 11: Key 10, 11. MARTIN GODWIN - J.V. Soccer 10, 11: Jr. Marshall 11: Physics Club 12: Drama Productions 12: Beta Club 11, 12: lnterclub Council 12: Exec. Council 10, 11: 2nd period Rep. 10: Key 10, 11, 12: Annual Staff 11, 12-Photography Editor. MICHAEL GOELLEN - J.V. Football 10, 11: NJROTC 10, 11: Drill Team 10, 11. TAMMY GOODWIN -- Chorus 10, 11, 12: FBLA 12. FRANCES GOUMAS - French Club 10, 11: Beta Club 12: FBLA 12. PAUL GRADY - Physics Club 12. WESLEY GRASTY - J.V. Soccer 10: Physics Club 12: Spanish Club 12: National Honor Soc. 11, 12: Key 12: Deca 12: FBLA 12: Mu Alpha Theta 11, 12: SADD 12: Showbiz 11, 12. GEOFF GRAY - V. Football 11, 12: Swimming 12: V. Baseball 11, 12: Physics Club 12: Chemistry Club 12: Spanish Club 11, 12: Exec. Council 10: Key 11, 12. LAURA GRAY - V. Womens Basketball 10: Volleyball 11: Vogue12:Deca11,12:Vica11:NJROTC10,11: FHA- Hero 10. BARBARA GREEN - Deca 12. LEVARDEN GREEN - V. Mens Basketball 12: Band 10, 11: GQ 12. COLLIEN GRAYBUSH - Spanish Club 10, 11: Spanish Honor Soc. 11: Deca 12: FBLA 12: Library Assist. 12: Art Club 10, 11: Service Club 10, 11: SADD11. ANGELA HAMES - Physics Club 12: Lettergirls 12: Drama Club 11. ANGELA HARDEN - Band 10, 11, 12: Flag Girls 11, 12: Latin Club 11: Latin Honor Soc. 10: Y-Teens 11, 12: Vocational Prep. 12. CAL HARDEN - Var. Wrestling 11: JV Football 10: Deca 11, 12. CYNTHIA HARLEY - Orchestra 10: French Club 10: Octogon 11. SUSANNE HARMON - Volleyball 10, 11, 12: Physics Club 12: Orchestra 10, 11, 12: French Club 10: Beta Club 12: Ambassadors 10, 11, 12-Chaplin: Y-Teens 11: Concert Mistress 12. BRYAN HARRIS - GQ 12:Deca10, 11, 12, ERIC HARRIS - Spanish Club 10: Computer Club 10: Deca 12: Botton Tech 11: Project-Excel-Closeup 10, 11. GLORIA HARRIS - Hosa11, 12: FBLA 12. JENNIFER HASTINGS - Var. Girls Soccer 12: J.V. Girls Soccer 11: Physics Club 12: Spanish Club 10, 11, 12: Big Sisters 12. TERRY JAMES HAYCOX - Var. Wrestling 10, 11: Jr. Marshall 11: Band 10, 11: Latin Club 10, 11-Vice President, 12: Latin Honor Soc. 10, 11, 12: National Honor Soc. 11, 12: Key 10, 11, 12: Debate 11, 12: Octagon 10: Pegasus 10, 12: Young Americans Abroad 12: Student Council 10, 11: Student Body President 12. ANDY HELBEIN - Var. Soccer 12. ANDREA HELMS - Cross Country Homecoming Ct. 12: Jr. Marshall 11: Musical 12: Drama Productions 12: Drama Club 12: Band 10: Spanish Club 10, 11, 12: National Honor Soc. 12: Pegasus 12. SARAH HENDERSON - Swimming 10: Cross Country 10, 11, 12: Jr. Marshall 11: Spanish Club 11, 12: Spanish Honor Soc. 11, 12: National Honor Soc. 11, 12:. Homeroom Rep. 11: Ambassadors 10, 11, 12: FBLA 12: Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 12: Project-Excel-Closeup 11. ADAM HEUSTESS - Tennis 11. CHRISSY HICKLEN - Deca10, 11, 12: NJROTC 10, 11, 12. TERREL HICKLIN - Track 10. 11,12:V. Football 11, 12: J.V. Football 10: GQ 12: Deca 12: Library Assist. 12: Pegasus 12. GLENN GRIBBLE - Var. Wrestling 10, 11, 12-Captain3 V. Football 10, 11, 123 V. Baseball 11, 123 JV Baseball 103 Physics Club 123 Drama Productions 11, 121 Key 10, 11, 12-Sgt.-at-Arms. CHRIS HICKS - Band 103 Key 123 Deca 12. SHARELLE HICKS - V. Women's Basketball 10, 11, 123 Jr. Marshall 113 Physics Club 123 French Club 10, 11, 123 National Honor Society 11, 123 Keyettes 11, 12-Sgt.-at- Arms3 Who's Who Among American High School Students 11, 12. SUSANNE HICKS - Band 10, 11, 121 German Club 113 2nd period Rep. 102 FBLA 12. ELIZABETH HIGGINBOTHAM -- Volleyball 10, 113 Homecoming Ct. 12Q Jr. Marshall 113 Drama Productions 113 Latin Club 11, 123 Beta Club 11, 123 Project-Excel- Closeup 113 Office Assist. 123 Young Llfe 10, 11, 121 Wrestling Mat Maid 10. ELIZABETH HIGGINS -- French club 10. SALLY HIGGINS - Tennis 10, 113 Jr. Marshall 112 Musical 11, 123 Drama Productions 11, 123 Drama Club 11, 12: Band 102 Latin Club 10, 113 Latin Honor Soc. 10, ll: National Honor Soc. 11, 12-President3 lnterclub Council 123 2nd period Rep. 103 Ambassadors 10, 11, 123 Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 122 Debate 11, 12. TAMMY HILL -- Latin Club 11, 123 Vogue 123 Hosa 10, 11, 123 Red Cross 10. TERESA HILL - Volleyball 10, 11, 12-Captain3 Swimming 101 Jr. Marshall 112 French Club 10, 11, 123 National Honor Soc. 11, 12: Ambassadors 11, 123 Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 122 Pegasus 10: SADD 12. ERIN HINSON - Volleyball 10, 11, 121 Orchestra 10, 113 French Club 10. DONNA HINTON - Homecoming Ct. 10, 11, 123 French Club 10, 113 Homeroom Rep. 10, 113 2nd period Rep. 10, 113V0gue123 Deca11, 123 H0sa123NJROTC11, 12. BRIAN HOLCOMB - Cross Country Manager 11, 123 Jr. Marshall 113 Musical 11, 122 Chorus 103 Drama Productions 11, 123 Drama Club 123 French Club 103 Latin Club 11, 12-Secretary3 National Honor Soc. 11, 123 Interact 10, 11, 123 Y-Teens 12. RAYMOND HOLMAN - Chorus 123 Drama Club 112 GQ 123 Deca 103 Pegasus 12. WENDY HOLMES - Jr. Marshall 113 Chorus 10. 113 Spanish Club 10, 11, 122 Spanish Honor Soc. 11, 123 National Honor Soc. 11, 123 Ambassadors 10, 11- Secretary 123 Big Sisters 123 Exchange Student 113 Chamber Choir and Women's Ensemble 103 Who's Who Among American High School Students 11, 12. VERONICA HOOVER - Band 10, 11, 123 Flag Glrls 123 2nd period Rep. 10: Vogue 123 Deca 11, 123 Hosa 123 FBLA 123 Vocational Prep. 12. RASHAWN HOPPER - Vogue 10, 113 Deca 11, 123 Vocational Prep. 11, 121 Library Assist. 12. JEREMY HORNE - Drama Productions 10, 11, 123 Drama Club 10, 11. LYNE HOSKINS - Drama Productions 123 French Club 10, 113 Keyettes 10, 11, 12-Sgt.-at-Armsg Debate 103 Project- Excel-Closeup 113 Annual Staff 123 Photo Club 11. . I S 19. ' SUSAN GROVES - Latin Club 10, 113 Y-Teens 10, 113 Annual Staff 11, 12-Editor3 V. Football Manager 11. KELLIE HOWARD - Homecoming Ct. 123 Lettergirls 123 Latin Club 113 Homeroom Rep. 113 Deca 11, 123 Office Assist. 123 NAACP 123 Pegasus 12. LESTER HOWARD - Band 123 Spanish Club 113 Pegasus 11, 123 Showbiz 11, 12. KIMBERLY HOWELL - Track 123 Homecoming Ct. 122 Big Sisters 123 Y-Teens 123 Vogue 11, 123 Deca 10, 11, 123 NAACP 11, 121 Annual Staff 11, 123 Sophisticated Ladies 11, 123 Showbiz 11, 12. SHERRY HOWIE - Deca 122 Hosa 12: FBLA 123 Explorers 2. MARK HUNTER - Track 10, 11, 123 V. Football 122 JV Football 103 Musical 102 Band 103 French Club 103 2nd period Rep. 103 Big Brothers 113 GQ 103 Deca 123 Office Assist. 103 Chess Club 10, 11. STEPHANIE HUSCH - Deca 12. HEATHER ICENHOUR - Volleyball 103 Latin Club 10, 11, 123 2nd period rep. 103 Ambassadors 10, 11, 123 Photo Club 10, 113 Pegasus 12. EFFIE IVROS - Deca 12. CHARLES JACK - Track 123 V. Mens Basketball Manager 10, 11, 123 J.V. Boys Basketball Manager 10, 11, 123 V. Football Manager 103 French Club 123 Homeroom Rep. 103 Big Brothers 113 Deca 113 Hosa 103 Office Assist. 12: Chess Club 10. DIANNE JACKSON - Band 10, 11, 12Q French Club 10, 11, 123 French Honor Soc. 10, 11, 123 National Honor Soc. 11, 123 Ambassadors 10, 11, 123 Y-Teens 11. TRACY JACKSON - J.V. Girls Basketball 113 FBLA 123 Annual Staff 12. MICKEY JACOBS - Deca 11, 123 Red Cross 12. DOUG JARRELL - Var. Wrestling 11, 123 J.V. Wrestling 103 National Honor Soc. 11, 123 lnterclub Council 122 Homeroom Rep. 113 Interact 10, 11, 12-Treasurer3 Debate 10, 11-Vice President, 12-President. BETH JOHNSON - Musical 10. 123 Drama Productions 10, 11, 123 Drama Club 10, 11, 12. SAM JOHNSON - Var. Soccer 11, 123 J.V. Soccer 102 Deca11, 123 Red Cross 11. SUSAN JOHNSON - Var. Girls Soccer 11, 123 Homecoming Ct. 123 Chorus 10, 113 Spanish Club 102 Homeroom Rep. 123 Keyettes 10, 11, 123 FBLA 12. DENEEN JONES - Homecoming Ct. 123 French Club 11, 123 Y-Teens 123 Vogue 121 NAACP 12. WILLIAM JORDAN IV - Chorus 123 Spanish Club 10, 11, 123 Homeroom Rep. 123 FBLA 123 Red Cross 122 NJROTC 10, 11, 122 NAACP 123 Color Guard 123 Drill Team 123 Junior Achievement 12. DINO KALEVAS - Office Assist. 12. KIKI KALEVAS -- Var. Womens Soccer 11, 123 V. Womens Basketball 11, 123 Cross Country 123 Physics Club 123 Spanish Club 10: Llbrary Assist. 123 Photo Club 12. CHRIS HARMON - Drama Productions 12: Drama Club 12 Spanish Club 10. MARI KANEKO - Volleyball 123 French Club 11, 123 Y- Teens 12. JANE KARPENSKE - Musical 113 Chorus 10, 113 French Club 111 Beta Club 11, 123 Pegasus 12. MATT KATKO - Cross Country 10, 113 Deca 123 FBLA 123 Octagon 113 SADD 12. TAMMY KATOPODIS - Physics Club 123 Spanish Club 103 Deca 12. KIMBERLY KENDALL - Deca 10, 12. CHRIS KENNERLY - Track 103 Interact 113 123 Junior Achievement 11, 123 Explorers 12. ELAINE KETNER - Tennis 103 Chorus 10, 113 French Club 103 Beta Club 123 Keyettes 10, 11, 123 Big Sisters 123 Photo Club 122 Intern 12. SIMON KILMINSTER - Track 10, 113 Spanish Club 10, 113 Homeroom Rep. 123 Interact 123 Vica 11. CAROLINE KINCAID - Jr. Marshall 111 Musical 112 Chorus 10, 113 French Club 113 National Honor Soc. 11, 123 Homeroom Rep. 10, 113 Ambassadors 10, 11, 12-Vice President. KATHY KOLOVOS - Y-Teens 11, 12. HUNTER KRATT - J.V. Soccer 113 Musical 123 Drama Productions 11, 123 Drama Club 123 German Club 10, 11, 123 Y-Teens123 Photo Club 11, 123 Pegasus 123 SADD 11. JULIUS LATTA - GQ 11, 123 Deca11, 123 Hosa 103 Office Assist. 12. ELIZABETH LEITNER - Vocational Prep. 113 Library Assist. 123 Office Assist. 11, 12. J.D. LEWIS - Swimming 10, 11, 12. CARSON LINDSEY - Tennis 10, 11, 123 Homecoming Ct. 123 Spanish Club 10, 113 FBLA 121 Photo Club 11. STEPHANIE LITTON - Band 10, 113 Flag Girl 113 Deca 123 FBLA 123 Vocational Prep. 10, 11, 123 Young Life 10, 11. ALDRED LOCKE - Deca 123 Hosa 10. ANNE LOCKE - Homecoming Ct. 123 Latin Club 113 Latin Honor Soc. 113 Beta Culb 123 Homeroom Rep. 123 Keyettes 10, 11, 123 Big Sisters 123 Octagon 112 Photo Club 113 Young Life10, 11, 12. JULIE LOCKMAN - Spanish Club 12. CATHERINE LOWE - Jr. Marshall 113 Physics Club 123 French Club 10, 112 National Honor Soc. 123 Beta Club 123 FBLA 123 Annual Staff 123 Photo Club 11, 123 Young Life -10, 11, 12. DU LU - Physics Club 123 National Honor Soc. 12. MARGARET LYDON - Physics Club 123 National Honor Soc. 123 Beta Club 123 Y-Teens 12-SSCYBTEFYQ FBLA 12. KATHY MAKRIGIANNIS - French Club 10, 113 French Honor Soc. 11, 123 Beta Club 11, 123 FBLA 12. NATHALIE MANENGE - French Club 123 Beta Club 11, 123 Y-Teens 123 Hosa 10, 11, 121 NAACP 12. WENDY MANNING - Drama Productions 103 Deca 11, 123 NAACP 11. 163 ANDREA MARSH - Tennis 10, 11, 12, Jr. Marshall 11, French Club 10, 11, 12, French Honor Soc. 10, ll, 12, National Honor Soc. 11, 12, Homeroom Rep. 11, Ambassadors 10, 11, 12, Mu Alpha Theta 11, 12, Exchange Student 10, Newspaper Staff 10, 11, 12. ALICE MARTIN - Jr. Marshall 11, Musical 11, Chorus 10, 11, 12, Spanish Club 10, National Honor Soc. 11, 12, Project-Excel-Closeup 10: Pegasus 12. CAROLYN MARTIN - FHA-Hero 12. TERRY MARTIN - Drama Productions 11, Drama Club 11, Deca 11, 12. LISA MASON - Band 10, 11, Deca 11, 12, NJROTC 10. PAM MASON - Track 10, 11, Volleyball 10, Homecoming Ct. 10, 11, 12, Spanish Club 11, 12, Homeroom Rep. 10, Vogue 12, Deca11, 12, NAACP 10. REGINALD MASSEY - Drama Productions 10, 11, 12, Drama Club 11, FHA-Hero 10, Office Assist. 11, NAACP 10. TERRY MASSEY - Track 11, V. Mens Basketball 10, 11, 12, V. Football 10, 11, 12, V. Baseball 11, Key Club 11, Deca Club 10, 11. DEBBIE MATHIS - Tennis 10, 11, Band 10, 11, French Club 10, 11, Homeroom Rep. 11. WILL MAUNEY - V. Football 11, 12, V. Baseball 11, Physics Club 12, German Club 10, 11, 12, Homeroom Rep. 11, 12, Key 11, 12. CHRIS MCCARTY - Track 10, 11, Var. Wrestling 11, J.V. Boys Basketball 10, V. Football 12, J.V. Football 10, Cross Country 11, German Club 10, 11, 12, Homeroom Rep. 10, Key 10, 11, 12, FBLA 10, Red Cross 10. RONALD MCCOY - Track 12, Swimming 11, Beta Ciub12, Key 10, 11, 12, Big Brothers 10, 11, 12, Newspaper Staff 11. DAN MCDONOUGA - Cross Country 10, Musical 10, Chorus 11, Drama Productions 10, 11, Drama Club 10. 11. LAURA MCDOWELL - Jr. Marshall 11, Beta Club 11, 12, Ambassadors 10, 11, 12, FBLA 12, Annual Staff 11, 12- Editor. DEWAN MCELHANEY - Physics Club 12, Chorus 10, 11, 12, Drama Productions 10, 11, Latin Club 10, Big Brothers 12, Vocational prep. 10, 11, 12, Office Assist. 10, 11, NAACP 11, 12. SHERRY MCGIL - Chorus 10, Deca12, NJROTC10, 11, Vocational Prep. 10, Drill Team 10, 11-Commander, Concert Choir Ill 10. ALAN MCINTYRE - Track 10, 11, Cross Country 10, 11, 12, Band 10, ll, 12, Beta Club 12, Key 10, 11, 12, Photo Club 12, YAA 11, Young Life 10, 11. RHONDA MCMICHAEL - Track 12, Homecoming Ct. 12, Chorus 10, Band 10, 11, Flag Girls 10, 11, 12, Latin Club 11, 12, Interclub Council 12, Homeroom Rep. 10, 11, 12, Big Sisters 12, Vogue 11, 12, Deca 12, NAACP 12. TYRONE MCNAIR - Track 10, J.V. Boys Basketball 10, V. Football 11, J.V. Football 10, Hosa 10, 11, 12, NJROTC ll, 12. TEEMU MELIN - Track 12, Cross Country 12. CHARLES MERRITT - Track 10, 11-Co'Captain, 12-Co- Captain, Cross Country 11, 12-Co-Captain, Jr. Marshall 11, Band 10, 11, Spanish Club 11, 12-President, Spanish Honor Soc. 10, 11, 12, National Honor Soc. 11, 12-Vice President, Interclub Council 12, Homeroom Rep. 11, Key Club 10, 11, 12-Secretary, Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 12. 164 JENNIFER MEYERS - Jr. Marshall 11, French Club 10, 12, French Honor Soc. 10, 11, 12, National Honor Soc. 11, 12, Keyettes 10, 11, 12, Mu Alpha Theta 11, 12, Pegasus 12. PATRICIA MICHAEL - Track 12: Cross Country 10, 11, 12, Jr. Marshall 11, Musical 11, Drama Productions 11, Drama Club 11, French Club 10, 11, 12, National Honor Soc. 11, 12,Y-Teens11, 12, Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 12, Debate 10, Pegasus 12, Academic Internship Program 10, 11. FRANK MIDDLETON - Physics Club 12, Key 12. JAMES MILFORD - Track 10, 11, Cross Country 11, 12, Key Club 11, 12. SCOTT MILLER - Band 10, 11, 12. KARA MISENHEIMER - Jr. Marshall 11, Chorus 10, 11, J.V. Cheerleader 10-Head, French Club 11, 12-President, French Honor Soc. 11, 12, National Honor Soc. 11, 12, Interclub Council 12-President, Jr. 8 Sr. Council 12, Keyettes 10, 11, 12, Big Sisters 12, Mu Alpha Theta 11, 12, Exchange Student 11, Carrousel Pageant 12, Chorus 10-Accompanist. PHOEBE MONROE - Homecoming Ct. 12, Flag Girls 11, 12, Spanish Club 12, Big Sisters 12, Vogue 12, Deca 12, NAACP 12. ANNA MOOMAW - Physics Club 12, Spanish Club 10, 11, Beta Club 12, 2nd period Rep. 10, Deca 10, Photo Club 11. MARILYN MOORE - 2nd period Rep. 10, Big Sisters 11, Hosa 10, 11, 12, FHA-Hereo 12, Office Assist. 12. MEREDITH MOORE - Physics Club 12, French Club 10. 11, Deca 11, 12, Photo Club 12. VICTORIA MORRISON - 2nd period Rep. 10, Big sisters 11, Y-Teens 10: Vica10, 11, Red Cross 10, FHA-Hero 12, Vocational Prep. 10, 11, 12, Office Assist. 10. MICHAEL MUCKLER - J.V. Football 10: Swimming 11: Jr. Marshall 11, Band 10, National Honor Soc. 11, 12, Key 10, 11, 12. DAVID MULLER - GQ 12: Deca10, 11, 12, NJROTC 10. 11, 12, Drill Team 12, Riffle Team 12, Color Guard 12. EMILY NANCE - Chorus 11, Drama Productions 10, 12, Homeroom Rep. 11, 12, Keyettes 12, Newspaper Staff 10. JOHN NEAL - Chemistry Club 11, 12, Latin Culb11, 12, Big Brothers 12, Deca10, 11, 12, NJROTC11, 12, NAACP 10, 11, 12. MONTY NEELY - Deca 10, 11, 12, Vocational Prep. 10, Library Assist. 12, Office Assist. 11. TODD NEELY - Tennis 11, Newspaper Staff 10, 11, Lacrosse 11, 12. KATASHA NELSON - Deca 12, NJROTC 10. 11, 12, Library Assist. 12. KEVIN NESHAT - Physics Club 12, Latin Club 11, 12, Key 10. 12. ANH NGUYEN - French Club 10, 11, FBLA 12. BAO NGUYEN - Physics Club 12, National Honor Soc. 12, Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 12. CHAU NGUYEN - French Club 12: Hosa 12. SON NGUYEN - Var. Soccer 11, 12, J.V. Soccer 10, Tennis 10, 11, 12, Jr. Marshall 11, French Club 10, 11, 12, National Honor Soc. 11, 12, High-O Team 12, Homeroom Rep. 11, 12, lnteract11, 12, Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 12, Olympic ofthe Mind 10, 11, 12. TAMBRA NICHOLS - Swimming 10, 11, Physics Club 12, Drama Production 10, Drama Club 10, Latin Club 12, Beta Club 12, Y-Teens 11, Photo Club 11, Thespians 10, Vikettes 10. LESLIE NICHOLSON - Deca 12, Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 12, Debate 10, 11, Photo Club 11, Mens Volleyball Manager 11. KIM NOGGLE - Homecoming Ct. 12, Jr. Marshall 11, Cheerleaders 10, 11, 12, Latin Club 10, 11, 12, Latin Honor Soc. 10, 11, 12, National Honor Soc. 11, 12, Interclub Council 12, Homeroom Rep. 12, Big Sisters 12, Pegasus 10. RHONDA OATES - Jr. Marshall 11, Chorus 10, 11, National Honor Soc. 11, 12, FBLA 12. BILLY O'HERRON - Volleyball 11, Spanish Club 12, Key 11, 12, Office Assist. 12. JEFFREY OSBORNE - Deca 10, 11, 12. MICHAEL OTTE - German Club 10, 11, 12, German Honor S0c.10,11,12. ROD OVERTON - Spanish Club 10, 11, Computer Club 10, Newspaper Staff 10, 11, 12, Pegasus 12. KlKl PAPAGEORGIOU - French Club 105 Deca 12. JULIE PARISH - V. Womens Basketball 10, 11, 12, Volleyball 11, 12, Softball 11, Vocational Prep. 10, 11, 12. CHARLENE PATTERSON - V. Womens Basketball 10, 11, Cheerleaders 10, Homeroom Rep. 10, Library Assist. 10. CINDY PATTERSON - Tennis 10, 11, Physics Club 12, French Club 10, 11, Homeroom Rep. 11, Office Assist. 12. CRISSY PEARCE - French Club 11, 12, 2nd period Rep. 10,Deca11: Pegasus 12. MARIA PEGUES - Track 10, 11, Homecoming Ct. 12, Chorus 10, 11, 12, Vogue 12, Deca 10, Red Cross 10, NJROTC 11. JENNIFER PENSON - Physics Club 12: Chemistry Club 11, Spanish Club 10, 11, Ambassadors 10, 11, ANDY PEROYEA - E Football 11, 12, J.V. Football 10, Key 10, 11, 12: Big Brothers 12. KELLY ANN PETTY - French Club 10: Deca 11, 12. NATHAN PETZER - Deca 12. LEE PHILLIPS Ill - Var. Soccer 10, 11, 12, J.V. Soccer 10, Physics Club 12, Drama Club 11, Interact 10, 11, 12, Deca 12, Space Club 11, 12, SADD 12. VOULA PISTOLIS -- Spanish Club 11, National Honor Soc. 10, Deca 11, 12, Office Assist. 12. JOSH TYRONE POE - Track 12, Var. Wrestling 11, 12, J.V. Football, Latin Club 11: FBLA 12. NATALIE POOL - Homecoming Queen 12, Homecoming Ct. 11, Jr. Marshall 11, Cheerleaders 10, 11, 12, French Club 10, 11, 12, French Honor Soc. 11, 12, National Honor Soc. 11, 12, Homeroom Rep. 11, 12, Ambassadors 10, 11, 12, Photo Club 11, 12, Space Club 11, 12, SADD 12. ERIC POPPER - J.V. Wrestling 10, Cross Country 12, Jr. Marshall 11, Band 10, 11, 12, French Club 10, 11, 12, French Honor Soc. 11, 12, Interact 12, Photo Club 11, Junior Achievement 10, 11, 12, Young American's Abroad 11. JOHN PRENTZAS - Var. Soccer 11. 12: J.V. Soccer 10, Physics Club 12, Spanish Club 12, Deca 11, 12. DONNA PRITCHARD - Band 10, French Club 10, 11, 12, Big Sisters 12, Annual Staff 12, Pegasus 12. KELLY PRITCHETT - Jr. Marshall 11, Physics Club 12, Lettergirls 11, 12, Spanish Club 10, 11, 12, Spanish Honor Soc. 10, 11, 12, National Honor Soc. 11, 12, Keyettes 11, 12, Photo Club 11, 12, Space Club 11, 12,SADD12. TAMMY QUINCE - Deca 12, Red Cross 10, NJROTC 10, 11,12,FHA-Her012. MELISSA RANDALL - Physics Club 12, Vocational Prep. 11. KIMBERLY REAVIS - FBLA 12. DOUGLAS REECE - J.V. Soccer 10, 11, Var. Wrestling 10, 11, 12, Cross Country 12, Jr. Marshall 11, Chemistry Club 12, Spanish Club 12, National Honor Soc. 11, 12, Homeroom Rep. 11, 12, Interact 10, 11, 12-Sgt.-at-Arms, Big Brothers 12, Debate 10, 11, 12, Young Americans Abroad 11, Young Life 11, 12. SUZANNE REEP - Deca 12, Pegasus 12. ANDREA REID - Homecoming 10, Chorus 10, 11, Deca 10, 11, 12, FHA-HERO 12, Vocational Prep. 12, NAACP 12. KINA REID - French Club 10, Latin Club 11, Hosa10, 11, 123 NJROTC 12. SCOTT REINSTEIN - Vica11,NJROTC 10. WARREN RICKARD - Jr. Marshall 11, Musical 10, 11, Chorus 10, 11, Drama Productions 10. 11, 12, Drama Club 10, 11, 12, National Honor Soc. 11, 12, Explorers 10, Internship 12. VANCE RICKS - Tennis 10, Cross Country 10, 12, Jr. Marshall 11, Band 10, 11, 12-President, National Honor Soc. 11, 12, High-Q team 11, 12, Interact 12. RON RINGLEY - V. Baseball 11, 12, JV Baseball 10, Key 12, Deca 12. LISA RISSE - V. Women's Basketball 10, 11, 123 Volleyball 10, 11, 123 Ambassadors 123 Library Assist. 113 Office Assist. 125 Newspaper Staff 10, 11. JARRETT ROBINSON - Track 125 V. Men's Basketball 11, 12: JV Boy's Basketball 105 Volleyball 115 Band 10, 11, 125 Big Brothers 12: Y-Teens 12. KATHERINE ROBINSON - Spanish Club 101 Ambassadors 10, 11, 125 Debate 103 Photo Club 11, 125 Whos Who Among American High School Students 11. 12. LEIGH ROBINSON - V. Women's Basketball 105 Softball 123 Jr. Marshall 115 Band 10, 115 National Honor Soc. 11, 125 Annual Staff 123 JA 11. WILLIE ROBINSON - JV Football 10, Chorus 10, 11, 123 Latin Club 10, 115 Latin Honor Soc. 105 Beta Club 11, 125 Homeroom Rep. 113 Interact 125 NAACP 10, 11, 125 Newspaper Staff 12. DOUG ROGERS - JV Wrestling 105 Vocational Prep. 125 Office Assist. 12. RODNEY ROWE -- V. Football 10, 11, 125 GQ 10, 11, 125 Red Cross 10, 11, 123 Vocational Prep. 10, 11, 125 Library Assist. IO, 11, 125 Office Assist. 10, 11, 125 Newspaper Staff 10, 11, 12. KIM RYDER - Tennis 10, 115 Spanish Club 10, 115 Key club 10, 115 Band 10, 113 Model UN 10, 115 Student Exchange 10, 11: Spanish Honor Soc. 125 National Honor Soc. 125 Homeroom Rep. 125 Ambassadors 12. JOSH SAMS - Tennis 105 JV Boys Basketball 103 Boys Volleyball 11, 125 Swimming 113 Cross Country 10. 11, 12- Captain5 Physics Club 125 Spanish Club 10, 11, 125 Spanish Honor Soc. 11, 125 National Honor Soc. 11, 125 Exec. Council 10, 11, 12-President5 Key 10, 11, 123 SADD 12, EDDIE SAVAGE - Mens Volleyball 11, 125 Physics Club 123 Band 10, 11, 125 German Club 12. MICHELE SAVARD - French Club 10: FBLA 12. JERRY SAVINO - Tennis 105 Drama Productions 11. 125 Drama Club 125 Computer Club 105 Deca 11, 12. STEPHANIE SCHERER - Track 10: Musical 11, 125 Chorus 11, 125 Annual Staff 10, 115 Pegasus 125 FCA 10, 11. JOSEPH SCHONBERG - Var. Soccer 11, 125 J.V. Soccer 105 Tennis 10, 11, 123 Var. Wrestling 10, 125 V. Football 125 Jr. Marshall 113 French Club 11, 125 French Honor Soc. 11, 12: National Honor Soc. 11, 125 lnterclub Council 125 lnteract10, 11, 125 Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 12. BILL SCOTT - Mens Volleyball 11, 125 Band 10, 115 Key 10, 11, 12. CAMERON SCOTT - Spanish Honor Soc. 105 Deca 11, 12. KATHRYN SEYMOUR - Softball 10, 11, 125 Physics Club 123 National Honor Soc 125 Beta Club 125 FBLA 125 Annual Staff 125 Young Life 10, 11, 12. RAJUN SHAH - Beta Club 123 Interact 11, 123 Debate 11, 125 Pegasus 125 Great Exchange Intern 11. KELLI SHEELY - Latin Club 11, 123 Debate 11. DANIEL SHMIKLER - Jr. Marshall 115 French Club 10, 11, 123 French Honor Soc. 11, 125 National Honor Soc. 11, 125 Homeroom Rep. 115 Interact 10, 11, 123 Debate 10, 11, 12. ANGELA SHORE - Chorus 115 Drama Productions 125 German Club 10, 11, 123 Y-Teens 105 Office Assist. 125 Var. Football Manager 125 Wrestling Manager 10. 11, 123 Tennis Manager 11. TRACY SIMMS - Chemistry Club 115 Chorus 115 Latin Club 115 Photo Club 10. VICTOR SIMPSON - V. Baseball 113 JV Baseball 105 Band 10, 11, 125 National Honor Soc. 125 Key 10, 11, 12. TERESA SINGER - Volleyball 10, 11, 125 Band 10, 11, 125 Beta Club 11, 125 Y-Teens 125 Project-Excel 123 Pegasus 10. BLAIR SKINNER - Cross Country 113 Key 10, 11, 125 Photo Club 11, 12. b CRYSTOL SMITH - Spanish Club 10, 11, 12: Computer Club 12: Vogue 12: Deca 10, 11, 125 FBLA 123 Office Assist. 125 NAACP 10. JUDITH SMITH - Tennis 10, 11, 125 Homecoming Ct. 125 Physics Club 125 Spanish Club 10, 11, 123 Photo Club 11, 12: Pegasus 125 Girls Var. Soccer 11, 125 SADD 12. STEPHANIE SMITH - V. Football Statistition 115 French Club 10, 115 Homeroom Rep. 125 Ambassadors 115 Office Assist. 113 Law lntership 12. SUZANNE SMITH - Jr. Marshall 115 French Club 10, 113 French Honor Soc. 10, 113 National Honor Soc. 11, 125 Ambassadors 11, 125 Wrestling Manager 10, 11. MORGAN SNEAD - V. Football 115 JV Football 103 Beta Club 123 Key 10, 11, 12: FBLA 12. WILLIAM SOUTH - Cross Country 11, 125 Physics Club 125 Spanish Honor Soc. 115 Young Life 12. STEVE SOWELL - V. Baseball 11, 123 JV Baseball 10, GQ 125 Deca 12. MICHAEL SPEARS - Track 10: JV Football 10: GQ 12. ROBERT SPEARS - Cross Country 113 Physics Club 123 Spanish Club 10, 112 Jr. Gi Sr. Council 125 Key 10, 11, 123 Debate 10, 11, 12. CHRISTOPHER STANFORD - Physics Club 123 German Club 11, 125 Debate 105 Olympics of the Mind 10. 11, 12. SUSAN STANLEY - Tennis 10, 11, 123 V. Womens Basketball 103 Keyettes 10, 11, 12. DEANNA ST. AUBIN - Drama Productions 105 Newspaper Staff 125 Photo Club 11. CHARLENE STEELE - Flag Girls 105 Lettergirls 123 Big Sisters 115 Y-Teens 105 Vogue 123 Deca 123 Vlca 10, 115 Red Cross 105 Library Assist. 105 Office Assist. 11, 125 NAACP 10. VICTORIA STERN - Homecoming Ct. 125 Physics Club 125 Chorus 10, 113 Spanish Club 10, 113 Homeroom Rep. 10, 11, 123 2nd period Rep. 105 Keyettes 12: Deca Rep. 12. BRYAN STRADFORD - V. Football 112 JV Football 105 GQ 12:Deca10,11,12. TAMARA STREATER - FBLA 12. RENEE STROUSE - Track 10, 11, 123 Deca1O, 11, 123 Big Sisters 12. SHANDA STURDIVANT - Lettergirls 125 French Club 105 Big Sisters 125 Vogue 125 Hosa 125 NAACP 123 Pegasus 123 Focus 115 Junior Achievement 10, 115 Safe Drive 125 SADD 125 Youth Involvement Council 105 Red Cross 10. WILLIEE STURGESS - GQ 115 Deca 10. RACHEL SWENSON - Softball 103 Physics Club 125 Musical 10, 11, 125 Drama Productions 10, ll, 121 Drama Club 10, 11, 123 German Club 10, 113, lnterclub Council 123 Homeroom Rep. 125 2nd period Rep. 115 Ambassadors 10, 11, 123 Carrousel Ct. 12. DARION TERRY - Volleyball 11, 12. LEIGH THOMAS - Physics Club 122 Deca 125 Annual Staff 12. MICHAEL THOMAS - JV Soccer 105 V. Baseball 11, 122 JV Baseball 103 Physics Club 122 Spanish Club 125 Key 11, 12. SHAWN THOMPSON - Deca 11. R THREATT - Track 10, 11. 125 V. Football 10, 11, 12: Swimming 103 JV Baseball 10. CYNTHIA TIPPETT - Drama Productions 113 Vogue 125 Deca 123 FBLA 12. CAROLINE TRIPPE - French Club 10, 115 Annual Staff 11, 12-Editor. HEATHER UNDERWOOD - French Club 10, 125 National Honor Soc. 11, 125 Keyettes10, 11, 125 Deca 11. BO VADEN - Tennis 11, 125 Var. Wrestling 105 Physics Club 125 Spanish Club 105 Interact 10, 11, 125 Debate 11, 12. CHIA VANG - Deca 12: Library Assist. 12. EVELYN VANLANDINGHAM - Jr. Marshall 113 Physics Club 125 Chorus 10, 1lQ French Club 10, 11, 125 French Honor Soc. 11, 125 National Honor Soc. 11, 125 Keyettes 12. CONNIE VASOLL - Swimming 10, 115 French Club 10, 115 Beta Club 125 Big Sisters 123 Deca 10, 11, 12. JOHNNY VERA - J.V. Soccer 105 Key Club 10, 11, 12. LISA VICKERY - Homecoming Ct. 105 Cheerleaders 10, 113 Deca 12. PAMELA WACHTER - Jr. Marshall 115 Band 10. 11, 125 Flag Girls 10, 115 Drum Major 125 French Club 11. 123 French Honor Soc. 11, 125 National Honor Soc. 11. 125 Annual Staff 125 Young Life 11. RENEE WAINSCOTT - Softball 11, 123 Physics Club 123 Deca 125 Newspaper Staff 103 Volleyball manager 103 Valor Club 10, 11. SCOTT WALKER - Physics Club 125 German Club 10, 11, 125 Key 10, 11, 125 FBLA 125 Chess Club 11, 12. YOLANDA WARREN - FHA Hero 105 Office Assist. 12. FELICIA WASHINGTON - Jr. Marshall 113 National Honor Soc. 11, 125 Beta Club 125 FBLA 125 lnroads of Charlotte 10, 11. ADRIANE WATKINS - Spanish Club 10, 11, 125 Y-Teens 10, 11, 123 FBLA 12-President5 Red Cross 10, 11, 12. DEBBIE WATSON - Jr. Marshall 113 Physics Club 125 Lettergirls 11, 12-Captain3 French Club 10, 11, 123 2nd Period Rep. 105 Ambassadors 10, 11, 12-Sgt.-at-Arms5 Big Sisters 125 Annual Staff 10, 11, 12-Editor. BETSY WAY - Softball 105 Physics Club 125 Latin Club 10, 115 National Honor Soc. 105 Button Tech. 115 GAA 10. SHERI WEAVER -- Swimming 115 Physics Club 122 Spanish Club 103 Beta Club 125 Deca 10, 115 FBLA 125 Annual Staff 123 Young Life 10, 11, 12. BEN WELLS - Physics Club 125 German Club 10. Explorers 125 Volleyball 12. TAYLOR WELTON - Tennis 10, 11, 125 Physics Club 125 Spanish Club 10, 11, 123 Homeroom Rep. 11, 12Q 2nd period Rep. 10: Key 11, 125 GO 122 Office Assist. 12. VALENCIA WENTZ - Spanish Club 10, 112 Deca 10, 115 Octagon 11. CHARLES WHITE - Track 10, 11, 123 V. Football 10, 11, 125 Physics Club 125 Chorus 10, 113 JA 12. DEBBIE WHITNEY - V. Women's Basketball 10, 11, 125 Volleyball 125 French Club 115 Ambassadors 11, 123 Deca 11, 12. CLAIRE WHITWORTH - Orchestra 10, 115 Chorus 10, 115 Drama Productions 125 Drama Club 123 Band 10, IIQ Latin Club 10, IIQ lnterclub Council 10, 115 Library Assist. 103 Pegasus 10, 11. KIM WILKERSON - Deca 12. CHRISTA WILLIAMS - Homecoming Ct. 123 YAC 115 Exec. Council 115 Jr. Council 115 2nd period Rep. 123 Y-Teens 11, 123 Vogue 125 Deca 10, 11, 125 NJROTC 10: NAACP 11. EDWARD WILLIAMS - JV Football 105 Physics Club 123 Latin Club 10, 11, 125 Beta Club 11, 125 High-O team 105 2nd period Rep. 103 Interact 10, 11, 125 Big Brothers 123 Y-Teens 10, 115 Hosa 103 Debate 10, 11, 123 Chess Club 12. KURTRINA WILLIAMS - Big Sisters 125 Deca 125 FHA- HERO 125 Vocational Prep. 10, 11, 125 NAACP 12. LENISE WILLIAMS - Spanish Club 10, 115 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 FBLA 125 Red Cross 11, 12. MONICA WILLIAMS - Orchestra 10, 11, 125 NAACP 12. DORIS WILSON - Homecoming Ct. 111 Deca 11, 12. EDWARD WILSON - Var. Wrestling 10, 125 JV Wrestling 115 Cross Country 125 Physics Club 122 Latin Club 10, 11, 125 Latin Honor Soc. 10, 11, 125 Beta Club 123 Interact 10, 11, 12. KEVIN WILSON - Var. Soccer 115 JV Soccer 105 Tennis 103 Men's Basketball 10, 11, 125 JV Boys' Basketball 103 Cross Country 105 V. Baseball 10, 115 Deca 10, 11, 12. WINDY WISE - Deca 123 Photo Club 10, 11, 12. CHRIS WITHROW - Spanish Club 10, 11, 122 Spanish Honor Soc. 11, 123 lnterclub Council 125 Deca 10, 11, 12- Presidentg SADD 11. WENDY WORLEY - Physics Club 123 French Club 10, 11, 125 Beta Club 125 Ambassadors 10, 11, 123 Deca 125 SADD 12. TRACY WORTHING - Chemistry Club 125 Band 103 Flag Girls 103 French Club 105 Spanish Club 11, 123 Homeroom Rep. 115 Y-Teens 12. ALICIA YOUNG - Deca11, 123 Hosa125FHA-HERO 10. CASSANDRA YOUNG - Musical 115 Chorus 10, 11, 125 Band 105 Spanish Club 113 Deca 12. DARRYL YOUNG - JV Wrestling 105 Deca 125 Vocational Prep. 11. ERNEST YOUNG - Physics Club 125 Chemistry Club 113 Latin Club 10, 113 Key 10, 11, 12. TOBY YOUNGHANS - JV Football 105 V. Baseball 11, 125 JV Baseball 103 Physics Club 125 French Club 12: Key 10, 11, 125 FBLA 12 165 M . 1 fwfr , puff, ,K im' '75 :H V 3' 1 W A qi. . r x MA, . . . , .fx ,--: i f Z fi Q "5 i il? .ww . ww, -A ..W,,, Z 1,n ,1,f1 I - ,, ' L l 77751 fifiaf I f i n "" ' , ,. ,...,, Lm'..,, 5 vga' - V,,LL A, ,Ama if f I gsm "f gg f MAN fmlffygig' QW X U ...I ll Q xxx x5 Q, , x xf v N 3... I ""I1 I 422229 167 Juniors As Juniors, we cherish our times at Myers Park. We make memories. Good ones and bad. We work hard: For friends, teachers, and parents. And for ourselves, we try to achieve the best. We take Chemistry and U.S. History, Think about college and take more exams, We play Varsity sports, not J.V., Next year is our Senior Year!! To make these the best of times, It takes all kinds. 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A V L ,44-Ps H Partrain, Roy Partington, Kathryn Patch, David Patterson, Ashley Pattishall, Melissa Pedersen, Jennifer Perryman, Stephen Peterson, Holly Peterson, Robert Pham, Hao Phifer, Corey Phillips, Lance Phillips, Marcy Phillips, Zontay Pickett, Rhonda Pistolis, Chris Poole, Kathryn Portteus, Penny Proctor, Eugene Ransbotham, Jody Ray, Tanya Redmon, Stephanie Register, John, lll Rhynes, George Rice, Darden Richardson, Edward Ricketts, Erika Riley, Laura Ritter, Katharine Robertson, Caseyj V' Robertson, Mary ' Robinson, Allen Robinson, Michael Robinson, Ramonica Robinson, Philip Rockett, Ronnie Rogers, David Roland, Pamela Romiti, Lorraine Russell, Adrian Ruth, Herbert Sadler, Vernon Sands, Robyn Schachner, Margaret Schilb, Lisa Schletzbaum, Charles Scott, Lisa Scruggs, Sheryl Selke, Tamala Sellers, Timothy Semprit, Annette Seymour, Rebecca Shane, Matthew Sherrill, Todd Shive, Jonathan Short, William Shute, Kimaka Singletary, Wesley Sistrunk, John Smith Smith Smith Smith , Adriane , Eric , Ernest , Ernestine Smith, Henrietta Snow, Stephani s, Jason Spence, James Spence, Mark Spikes, Renee Springs, Ericka Starnes, Robert Staton, Marcus Steele, Marcus Steinberger, Lane Stewart, Jed Stevens, Inger Stevenson, Tawanna Strickland, Jackquen Student, Scott Sturdivant, Aaron Sturgis, Darren 173 Su, Giang Suiter, Sarah Sullivan, Anne Sullivan, Darren Swanson, Gary Sweet, Leslie Swett, Kimberly Szczesny, Christy Sztyber, Gerard Tamaki, Keiko Taylor, A. Hawatha Taylor, Randy Teague, Bradley Teasley, Selena Terrell, Chris Terry, Jaren Terry, Melisa Thackston, Nancy Thomas, Lethia Thomas, Fthonda Thompson, Camille Thompson, Michielle Thrower, James Tippett, Terri Toney, Stephanie Torrence, Ernestine Tucker, Bridget Turner, John Vann, Amy Viets, Jennifer Vickler, Eric Visintainer, Stacy Vlahos, Danny Wagner, Michael Wall, Lee Wallace, Delores Walter, Jennifer Wambach, Joseph Wani, Ftie Warren, George Warren, Regina Wash, James Washa, Mary Watkins, Lisa Watkins, Pamela Watson, Derrick Watts, Mary Watts, Necole Weathers, Alisa Weaver, Mark Welch, Timolyn Weiland, Thomas Wheeler, William White, Joyce White, Jon Williams, Brenda Williams, Candace Williams, Chrissy Williams, Julius Williams, Lester Williams, Ftothell Williams, Susan Williams, Travis Williams, Warren Willis, Felicia Willis, William Willison, Michael Wilson, Lisa Withrow, Kimberly Wolfe, Rhett Wood, Stacy Woodard, Maria Woodin, Wes Worthing, Terry Wright, Adam Wright, Danielle Wright, Charles Yamanashi, Scott 174 w 1 155' ' !":7' ha. -' 5. 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A, I ' . :Z l S lv f at 1 - 7 -- i rs ' ' .2 , I , 5 5, ,,,. ,f . A ef ' A liSlil t 7- L J Q: .,, 'Z 1 , , 6 4. f sa- 5 W I A I 4 ft iil J W, 1, Q 4- . is X Z 7, , U ..,, I , , .,,,, I at v t it , . '9 2, V, 3, li ' U' . 4f"'3v tu , ., -WJ s. W' - -., T 2' -,.: E v--x1 - Charlie Fernandez and Tom Finnie: The lost Juniors. 'F' Kim Withrow is annoyed with her boyfriend while her friends, Karin Jason Burgess embraces Kathy Cates in a friendly lunchtime hug Creech and Kerry Nuttal look on with anticipation. w 8 in Xe ,H . +f is SQ 3 bXQ,NS?H'gYkb53m 9. Q-Sh W'-1' VN 3' Q' ' Q 'ix wif Q, qpwlw N M, anufmlhap-lv-O' we ,X-., mmm M-amulhawfmulrm-v .sumo-ar v. x 'NK' 4- i ,ww f 1 C sf AN-Q -Jr ,f If f Q , 4 V 4 W ff ' ' ff ,f , ,1 W if! W As Sophomores, we look forward to our times at Myers Park. We see friends: Old ones and new. We set goals: Long term and short. There were times we thought we wouIdn't make it, All the name calling-"You little soph!", The boring hours of Driver's Ed. and P.H.l., The first time taking exams and Competency Tests, But now we are going to be JUNIORS!! To make these the best of times, It takes all kinds. Abrams, Eugene Adams, Matthew ' ' Aakanson, Mark A la' I4 , W4 Albert, Edward l H Alexander, Tabitha k , , My ,f,,, Alexander, Taihita ft H Q ,196 4 M ., Allsbrooks, Marlo ,V Almond, Dennis Altoonian, Teresa , W,,..fX it 1 it " .t f s 2 Amante' Adam .W X9 Anderson, Karyn Anderson, Korrin . V . . M. ef Anders, Carl ,J 3 'gg f Andrews, Charles gjggift' V 2 f. Angottiv paul tri? 1 N., . 1 V. ' 'K r .,,f. uf -952' fi., ' , Anthony, Tracey . W ifrt ,:,. 1 . 'F' ,, ,, -ffe'Q44,5. 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V g, Blakeney, Altavia f , - ' Blythe, Robert ' .1 Bo er Sandra -J 3:13 5 - 9 1 , Bolen, Katie Bolton, Jackie in I x, Cul ' N if X h.,,, .,.,t, 1 'E " xx,, ,.,.,,,.., X eww' -ff, Mswssiafsm NB t . - 4.1 'W i 1 time ,. 'fm . is it X it X , . S3 M K K 178 'ff +1 i ti iz. Sophomores ,,,x . f ua- .. . ff,z,,.se:fffiff -1' ,t -fue , , 2 N 4' f , W V fs f AL 2 zy, V. A if f tl t ff - A C 5252? f , 3 iff r 'Z' 51 'tt " U :.. , i' M 'mf tr f Pl tw .yr 'V L 4 uv alt: . '1 A .3 f W- " . ,,- pi ,,,f 1 K fig' r 'L',- pg, ,,,. ' Yi .ap x ,,,V, Q Q 'f I new ' rr ,,,,,,, 'W i " m, ' ' F 1 1' il , . 5 i' 4 at 1 yr 2 W n M f "" ,. J ik jg. L 9 , ,W .. ,W '1 ff ti fi Gan Hollis Doherty changes her normal style to punk. llllll, ' W ll , V. t l l Jl,l lllll A AX ,l' A . 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Minnie Hecox, Jennifer Heidenreich, Beth Hendrix, Amy Herron, Edmund Hicklin, Kenneth Hicks, Amanda Hicks, Charles Higginbotham, Joseph Higgins, Charles Hill, Duff Hill, Frank Hitt, Randall Ho, Jack Hodgens, Virginia Hoechstetter, Diana Hogewood, Catherine Holley, Derrick Holley, Inga Horstmann, Erik Horton, Darryl Hoskins, Joseph Houser, Mamie Howard, Robert Howell, Charles Howie, Alicha Howie, Willie Hubbs, Erin Huff, Carlos Hughes, Damon Hunt, Flamona Hunter, Anzelle Hunter, Charlene Hunter, Eric Huynh, Vung lbach, Charles lckert, Christopher lsenberg, Kelly Jackson, Caroline Jackson, Lawson Jackson, Ronald Jacobs, Ramon James, William Jarvis, Esther 181 Jennings, William Jeter, Travis Johnson, Alan Johnson, Cynthia Johnson, Harold Johnson, Lance Johnson, Margaret Johnson, Sylvester Johnson, Tina Johnston, John Johnston, Robin Jones, Arnizsa Jones, George Jones, John Jones, Sharon Jorkak, Thomas Jordan, Ernest Joyce, Tracy Joyner, Lucretia Kacheuek, James Kanos, Vickie Karagounis, Andreas Karpenske, Sara Katopodis, John Katsanos, Tina Keene, Michael Keener, Tracey Kennedy, Jennifer Kerr, Jennifer Kessler, John Ketner, Mark Ketsouros, Tina Kilroy, Kathryn Kincheloe, Jonathan King, Jevonda Kipp, Eric Kirkman, John Kiser, David Klapheke, Christopher Klavohn, Travis Kolovos, Paula Konstandinides, Angela Kostopoulas, George Kouri, Lisa Krueger, Shaun Land, Daisy LaMonica, Shelley Lavergne, Paul Lawrence, atherine Lawton, Kevin Leak, Charonda Lee, Hudson Legat, Michele Legette, Ftemonica Lemay, Janice Leslie, Tracey Lewis, Jennifer Lindsay, Carol Lindsay, Steven Lindsey, Reginald Lisenby, Tabitha Little, Cedric Little, Felicia Lloyd, Chris Locke, Tomika 182 . 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McVay, Charlie Nance, Amy Nash, Becky Nash, William Nelson, Felincio Newton, Jeanette Newton, Susan Nguyen, Vi Nicholson, William Nivens, John Nixon, Rewa Norman, Jeff Oliver, Angela Orell, Maureen Orkan, Alp Orr, Margaret Orr, Shonda Orr, Willis Overton, Elizabeth Owen, Kelly Padgett, Justin Pak, Chan Panmany, Phetsanay Pappas, Georgia Park, Joon Parks, Winston Parnell, Jennifer Paterson, Donald Patterson, Lloyd Payne, Kelly Payne, Sydney Pearce, James Pearsall, Tucker Pearson, Moneka Pendergraph, Nicole Perkins, Jennifer Petty, Charles Phifer, Aminta Phillips, Robert Pinnow, Erin Pinto, Marcelo Potter Shannon Powley, Beverly Pressley, Andrew Pritchard, Kimberly Prudden, Elizabeth Purser, Pamela Pusser, Stephen Raine, Joseph Rankin, Katherine Ray, Tracey Rea, Sara Reavis, Robert Reed, Christopher Reese, Dana Reid, Eric Rezac, James Rhynes, Shawn Rice, Shawn Richards, David Richards, John Rickard, Jeffrey Risse, Amy Roberts, Tara Robertson, Janet Robinson, Cynthia Rochester, Jeffery Rochester, Jonathan Rogers, Lori Rogers, Rebekah Rolfe, Meredith Rose, Sherry Roseboro, Remonia Rupp, Michael Russell, Elizabeth Russell, Henry Russell, Jeffery Sampson, Bryant Sanders, Michelle Sanders, Linwood Sanders, Tania 184 Vg V , k 1. , 'MQW 2 P 4' 45 HJ, ,,,, , ' t if 3 of 'W lt. ky . is 4 iv , V7 , . 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' y K' , Howard Weeks, Stephanie Freese, Ben Frazier, Jimmy Dalton, Bryan Jennings, Krissy Culler, Catherine Hogewood, Alan Jackson, John Kincheloe, Catherine Furr, and Anne Shaw all ngie Konstandinides, and Ashley Fowler relax after the game, 9nl0Y MF- HHVVY J0hn5t0n'S exciting Ngebfa 2fTfiQ- lecfllfe- hile Cindy Johnson is deep in thought. 2935 'F A E g I f X Ziff! 4ff,f,! ff' ' f, I yy! f' ,, ILLWERO 1 nifjfy ,K 7, f Af f f ,4 , X X f 1 .ffl ff, fx 3 189 f X Joel Olsen, Paige Strickland, and Terry Tippet mingle in the parking lot during lunch. Chillin' in the rain. 190 Interact and Ambassador members help rally the must-A-ngs! N fswwisf fn :ki 5 T ta f EW., Sophomore, Lisa Corey appears wide awake despite the long M.P. wrestling attracted several spectators with their winning season hours of play-practice for the musical GREASE! .,W,,,,t ,,,.,W ,Me -QS, 5 3 X Taste good, Rach? f he Junior, Mary Hurteau catches up on the latest gossip. Unpredictable weather forced M.R students and teachers to miss several days of school. . , wtf so migg,,,,,s: L X3 . . '- Q? ss- If-M 'TQ -Q. ,. - .., Q- -P' ' N' ., W' A 5 145 h 'N' -sm' .srst A" ... s r :jf ' me W'rr A X , -3 -Q was sf Q "tt '-- . fm Qtr . 'ips if lx , K , f 4 . f i l 1 , , , , 5 . . . a goal of the future . . . 'i -, X , Q , , 'i it NX L Q ..L..M..M ,.,. W fu dum '. 1 l -- fo 1 Q u Students take advantage of study time in the library. My 5 A2 Maw 4 Could these be symptoms of Spring Fever? 193 , iv of-and i j s fi Miss Hatchett displays her motherly concern for student, Chris McCarty. 194 ,H The Pink Ladies enjoy a rockin p.j. party. Mr. Barber encourages students to take an "outside" approach ,W W 'M THQ 9' W 3 uw' s , i 1? sk I ,MBV fs-if .1 wr gl ,ix J is .SNQFVVL L i 2 Ag QA xx xfik s, T94 uurxkfl ' :Z -- 'lfi . Biff- . R 4 Ss Q X lne silence in the library Iulls students to sleep Susie Smith and Connie Vassoll are really excited about lunch today. Fall club inductions brought a whole new outlook on fashion. 6 ww.. "Please don't distract me while l'm concentrating! - v P, A g 'Sv ' -if gt. ,J he lips bu--ff ' -A' Y P ' ir- -' .,.f sv., xiii? M' Heather Underwood, with the help of Chris Harmon, manages to stay on her feet. Tammy McAllister shows great promise in the field of art. Tammy Flowe's hairstyle was a popular one this year. E t f V 'fl ?'f'fS45 i "' . W ig. i 1 - assi e are different people whose qualities shape Myers Park. Our indi- vidual ideas conform to no one but ourselves. It is this individ- uality that sets Myers Park apart from the rest. Sophomores have begun to form visions of their future, Ju- niors are setting goals for their future, and for seniors the fu- ture is upon them. Each class contributes something to Myers Park, that is significant whether it be an idea, an atti- tude, or a memory. lt enhances the concept. . . . 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'v ' -- - - - f -- X . 4, - K ,F 4 f' Q' f W w 1 Rfk ww, 1 3 A MW X ff" Y Index General Index Opening 1-16 Student Life 18-19 Faculty-Curriculum 34-35 Organization 56-57 Sports 94-95 Classes 124-125 Seniors 128-129 Juniors 166-167 Sophomores 176-177 Closing 188-189 Senior Picture 198-199 Advertisement 204-205 Faculty Abraham, Nancy 53 Anderson, Bill 36 Bagby, Libby 48 Bailey, Martha 48 Baldwin, Byron 50 Balentine, Linda 37 Barber, Dean 50 Barkley, Howard 52 Barnhill, Howard 53 Barto, Helen 54 Bettis, Myrtle 37 Brown, Carol Burns, Gaye 39 Burns, Steve Campbell, Esther 37 Campbell, Marion 48 Campbell, Pete 36 Casali, Marti 40 Chambers, Robert 42 Clemmer, Becky 48 Clewis, Greg 48 Clinton, Freddie 52 Connelley, Mike 42 Cox, Jackie 44 Cribbs, Richard 39 Davis, Bob 50 Davis, Wallace 44 Deane, Marcille 48 Demera, Joni 40 Desai, Sharvari 40 Diggs, Max 53 Eagle, Cathy 40 Egleston, Les 52 Elijah, Marcella 53 Elmore, Nancy 48 Eve, Kim 42 Forsyth, Carol 54, 55 Floyd, Evelyn 39 Foster, Hi 46 Freeman, Gordon 39 Freeman, Margaret 44 Fritz, Angela 42 Fulcher, Charles 46 Funderburk, Barbara 48 Funston, Judy 48 Galliher, Vicki 52 Gardner, Bob 44 Goodloe, Barbara 48 Harper, Cheryl 42 Harris, Beverly 42 Hatchette, Mary 38 Henry, Annie 38 Hinson, Bet 42 Hinson, Rick 46 Howell, Susan Hunnicutt, Margaret 41 Johns, Duke 50 Johnston, Harry 44 Jones, Evelyn 48 Keel, Ceel 53 Keene, Bill 53 Kneidel, Ken 46 Lane, Ann 54 Layton, Dave 42 Lewis, Marlene 48 Macfie, Betty 46 Martin, Shirley 39 Mason, Toby 42 McDow, Talmadge 38 McNeeley, Kevin 48 Mellen, Pat 48 Mims, Spencer 50 Moore, Karen 37 Morgan, Jackie 54 Morris, Lynda 36 Nance, Don 50 Nowlin, Connie 50 O'Brien, Tom 44 O'Callaghan, Marie 39 Owens, E.W. 48 Parker, Richard 37 Peel, Joe 36 Ponce, Frank 40 Porter, Brenda 40 Prevatte, Steve 52 Prince, Richard 44 Ratlill, Lois 46 Renfro, Barbara 39 Reynolds, Gail 41 Roberts, Yvonne 44 Ross, Lou Rush, Carolyn Russell, Sara 48 Ryder, James 46 Scott, Terry 44 Sloan, Michael 46 Smith, Jim 48 Spence, Marlene 54 Stanley, Robin 42 Stilwell, Dottie 40 Sutherland, Gennie 39 Swanda, Sue 44 Thacker, Don 53 Thomas, Karen 37 Thomasson, Royce 52 Tribble, Suzanne 37 Vance, James 48 Walker, Kent 42 Walls, Lisa Watermann, Ethie 52 Watkins, Aldr. 46 Webb, Beth 44 Widernaj, Alvin 52 Winstead, Sharon 37 Wise, Thelma 39 Wright, Ron 42 Yates, Marian 46 Yoder, Frances 39 Students Abrams, Eugene 178 Adams, April 69, 108, 168 Adams, Matthew 72, 73, 178 Adkins, Lisa Adkison, Mark 72, 73, 178 Albert, Edward 130, 178 Albuquerque, Michael 61, 82 Alexander, Antwana 97, 168 Alexander, Harvey 63, 69, 168 Alexander, Rhonda Alexander, Tabitha 178 Alexander, Taihita 70, 178 Alexander, Tonia 130 Alexander, William Alford, Patsy 131 Alford, Tonya 79, 168 Alford, William 67, 84, 168 Alghrary, Sabryah 65, 130, 145 Allen, Denise 84, 130 Allen, Jarvis 168 Allsbrooks, Marlo 178 Allsbrooks, Tammy 168 Almond, Dennis 85, 178 Alston, Anna 66 Altoonion, Teresa 69, 178 Amante, Adam 107, 178 Amon, Mary 168 Anders, Carl 178 Anderson, C, 73 Anderson, Karyn 65, 122, 178 Anderson, Korrin 72, 75, 178 Anderson, Victoria 86, 168 Andrews, Charles 178 Angelon, Teresa 90, 168 Angotti, Paul 178 Anthony, Tracy 69, 178 Antoon, Terry 178 Archie, Antoine 168 Arey, Kristin 178 Arndt, Paul 131 Arrington, Lisa 75, 131 Arslanian, 90, 108, 178 Artis, Tracy 62, 69, 70, 131 Asprogiannis, Kreste 72, 73, 168 Asrael, David 168 Atkins, M. 72, 73 Atkinson, Gia 178 Aubas, Cheryl 51, 68, 88, 131 Austin, Corey 62, 69 Austin, Robert 76 Austin, Susan 65, 86, 178 Autrey, Kathryn 178 Autry, Merlisa 70, 178 Ayers, Ashley 67, 178 Bailey, Elisa 25, 70, 110, 111, 131 Bailey, Lagina Bailey, Nicole 178 Bailey, Pamela 75, 82, 90, 178 Bailey, Rosaline 86, 131 Bailey, Bailey, BBKQI' Stephen 59, 131 Tony Pamela 62 131 Baker: Tony 131 ' Balatsias, John Banks, James 131 Banks, Romeo 131 Barber, Joseph 69, 131 Barber, Melissa Bardlavens, Latrena 60, 62, 68, 70, Barnes, Deborah Barnes, Stephen 178 Barnett, Kimberly 178 Barnett, Mary 25, 58, 76, 90, 131 Barnett, Victoria 69, 112, 131 Barnette, Michael 104, 168 Barnhill, Regina 66, 104, 112, 168 Barreau, Robin 58, 66, 74, 168 Barrett, Kenith 168 Barrier, Archie 168 Barringer, Adrianne 68, 72, 73, 178 Barringer, Mark 131 Barry, Jennifer 58, 65, 115 Barry, Noelle 58.75, 181 Barton, Ann 67, 116-117, 126, 131 Bass, Edward 178 Bass, Meredith 59, 60, 168 Basso, Michelle 65, 178 Baucom, James 67, 79, 131, 187 Bauer, Gregory Bazionis, Tommy 178 Beach, Joy Beachley, Christina 67, 75, 84 Beard, Robert 84, 168 Beasley, David Beckwith, Katherine 60 Bedingfield, John 61, 68 Bell, Cleveland 168 Bell, Cynthia 168 Bell, Shawn Belton, Latonya 69 Bender, Paul 104, 178 Bennett, Anthony 71, 178 Bennett, Henry 178 Bentley, Julie 168 Bentley, Susan 69, 178 Bergseng, Robert 168 Berry, John 73, 99, 178 Bertha, B. 69 Berry, Melanie 86, 93, 168 Bess, Judy Betzold, Scott 178 Biber, Melissa 76, 84 Billmeyer, Teresa 75, 168 Bing, Hardt 66, 178 Bird, Patrick 64 Birtha, Bobby 63, 68, 70 Bjorlie, Michael 25, 59 Black, Sonya 168 Black, Vincent 88 Blackmon, Darrin 64, 69 Blackmon, Felicia 62, 68 Blackmon, Teresa 65, 86, 178 Blackwelder, Dallas 60 Blair, Janet 66, 74 Blakeney, Altavia 86 Blakeney, James 97 Bluford, Davie Bluford, Tamela Blume, Philip 168 Blythe, Robert 178 Boger, Sandra 178 Boggan, Patrick 69, 168 Bolen, Katie 178 Bolton, John 59 Bolton, Julie 65, 77, 178 Bolton, Wendy 179, 187 Bombien, Derek 65, 179 Bonge, Shane 168 Booth, Scott 107, 168 Bost, Darlene 68, 179 Bostian. Andrea 66, 67, 76, 84, 102 Bostic, Perry 168 Boular, Thelmia 179 Boulware, Evelia 179 Bowden, William Bowers, Dana 75, 168 Bowers, John 65, 179 Bowman, David 24, 61, 69 Bowman, Michael 97, 123, 179 Boyce, Cheryl 62, 68, 72, 73 Boyce, Serita 72, 73 Boyce, Stacey 168 Boyle, Michael 179 Bradford, Renata 179 Bradley, Roy 123, 179 Bradshaw, Regina 91, 179 Brame, Benjamin 179 Brannon, Christopher 67, 168 Brant, Dean 168 Bredden, Anthony 168 Breneman, Kimberly 168 Brenner, Daniel 53, 59, 65, 77, 90 Brewster, Holly 67, 179 Brewton, Andrea 179 Brewton, Christopher Bridges, Amy 179 Bridges, Dwight 59 Briers, Gregory 179 Brietz, Rex 59, 179 Brigham. Blaire 93, 168 Brink, Rebecca Brock, Jason 168 Brodie, Sheryl 179 Browder, Neil 97, 168 Brown, Lisa 80 Brown, Regena 168 Brown, Stephanie 179 Brown, Tammy 62, 73 Brown, Tangejula 72, 73, 168 Brown, Terry 71, 168 Brown, Tiawana 179 Brown, Trenton Bruce, Mary Bruner, Brock 61 Buchner, Marijke 168 Bufford, Anthony 99 Bullock, William 66, 68, 84, 168 Bumgardner, Alice 179 Bumgardner, Linda 168 Burba, Michelle 69 Burgess, Jason 61, 104, 168, 175 Burke, Kenneth 168 Burks, Sarah 72, 179 Burlos, Lisa 60, 75, 108, 168 Burnell, Erica 168 Burns, Derek Burris, Robert 179 Burton, Katrina 179 Burton, Marcia 59, 62, 112, 168 Burton, Monique 109, 179 Burton, Roderick 69, 168 Burts, Charles 73, 168 Burts, S. 73 Busch, Janet 69, 170 Busch, Michael 65, 179 Bush, Catherine 67, 72, 73, 79, 84, 115 Butler, Lisa Bynum, Monjya 60, 79, 126, 169 Bynum, Oscar 97, 169 Byrd, Brodrick 179 Byrd, Delvinia Byrd, Lincoln 63 Byrd, Patrick 71 Byrd, Robert 179 Caesick, Billy 107 Caldwell, Christopher Caldwell, Daniel 63 Caldwell, Dewitt 63 Caldwell, James Caldwell, Wendy 88, 89 Calloway, Steve 169 Campbell. Eddie 59, 65, 134 Campbell, John Canady, Jennifer 75, 88 Canipe, Bradley 61, 169 Cantrell, Frank 82, 179 Cantrell, John 169 Caracofe, Cathy 134 Carey, Robert 169 Carmichael, James 169 Carmichael, Theodore 61, 66, 169, 179 Carns, Deborah 68, 72, 73, 179 Carr, Monalito 68, 137, 169 Carr, Sherylwynn 70, 86, 169 Carr, Wendy 22, 23, 62, 79, 86, 88, 112, 134 Carras, Angelo 134 Carson, Barbara 60, 67, 90, 108. 169, 172 Carter, Amanda 134 Carter, Benjamin Carter, Gilda 179 Carter, Vonda 169 Cashion, Peter 59, 84. 134 Cassell, Robert Castleman, Hays 61, 84, 134 Cates, John 61, 72, 73, 169 Cates, Katherine 58, 75, 169, 175 Cathey, Sarah 59, 66, 169 Cathomon, lvo 169 Caudle, Nancy 179 Caulder, Michele 179 Chambers, Carey 134 Chandler, Tanya 169 Chapin, Charles Chapman, George 179 Chapman, Sarah 86, 169, 179 Chapman, Sejuane 66. 179 Charnisky, Andrew 61, 68, 134 Charnley, Heather Chenda, Pinch 134 Cheney, Laura 72, 73 Cheney, Robert 134 Cherry, Deborah 116-117 Childers, Heather 60, 77, 86, 95, 110, 111, 134 Childs, Charles Childs, Matthew 72, 73, 179 Chiperfield, James 67, 79, 169 Chiseck, William 179 Chisholm, Andrea 66, 169 Chisholm, Jamie Chisolm, Rhonda 76, 95, 110, 111, 126, 134 Christmas, Valerie 169 Christopoulo, Agoritsa 134 Christopoulo, Georgios 107, 179 Clark, Leslie 134 Clark, Mary 72, 73, 74, 90. 169 Clark, Neal 59. 67, 79, 93, 169 Clayburn, Eric 99 Clifton, Harold 122-123, 179 Climer, George 66, 123, 179 Clinard, Robin 65, 134 Cline, Cynthia 25, 25, 58, 75, 90, 135 Coble, James 59, 169 Goble, Laura 86, 169 Coblenz, Philip 59, 66, 179 Cochran, Christopher 179 Cohen, Orell 179 Colclough, Matthew 66. 107, 179 Cole, Jennifer 169 Cole, Scott 60, 108, 135 Coleman, Anthony 169 Coleman, Marie 86, 169 Coleman, Melanie 169 Coleman, Sean 63, 67, 79, 135 Collins, Donovan 179 Collins, Gina 58, 73, 169 Collins, Margaret 179 Collins, Parker 66, 73 Conde, Lucia 71, 108 Congdon, Cynthia 86, 169 Conklin, Wesley 169 Conner, Ronald 179 Conrade, David Cook, John 24, 61, 76, 97, 135 Cook, Marcus 97, 169 Cooke, Bradford 61, 135 Cooke, Scott 179 Coon, Christine 135 Cooper, Carman Cooper, Felicia 62, 135 Cooper, Gary 135 Copley, John 135 Coppala, Catherine 169 Corally, S, 99 Corle, Stuart 169 Corna, Bobbi 179 Cornwell, Clarence Council, Herbert 135 Council, Rodney 179 Courtland, Katherine 59, 67, 93, 169 Courtney, Margaret Covington, Ellis Covington, Lauretta 63, 179 Cowan, Robert 66, 107, 179 Cowan, Thurman 135 Cox, Christopher 63, 68, 72, 73, 99, 179 Cox. William 99, 119, 127, 179 Craddock, Stacie 67, 179 Craig, Gregory 63, 67, 69, 135 Craig, Kelli 58, 169 Craig, Lisa 109, 179 Crane, Craig 169 Crates, Kathleen 66, 179 Crates, Mary 25, 74, 90, 135 Crawford, Martin 99, 179 Creech, Karen 75, 169 Crockett. Denise 62, 69, 135 Crockett, James 61, 169 Crockett, Sheila 69 Croll, Diane 135 Crosby, Chavez 68, 69, 169 Crosby, Kim 135 Cross, James 180 Cross, Witliam 180 Crouch, Corvus 72, 73, 180 Crouch, LeRon 169 Crouch, Tonya Crowder, Larry Crowder, Terrance Crowder, William 72, 73, 90, 169 Crowell, Shea 180 Crowell, Timothy 136 Culbreath, Corey 169 Culler, Jennifer 58, 74, 77, 90, 136 Culler, Kristen 66, 180 Culp, Jennifer 169 Cummings, Thomas 69, 84, 136 Cunningham, Althiea 169 Cunningham, Arturia Cunningham, Avery 169, 180 Cunningham, Grefonda 136 Cunningham, Sachell Cureton, Michael 24, 59, 63, 72, 73, 136 Cureton, Pamela Currie, Sherry 76, 136 Cushing, Corey 72, 73, 75, 79, 169 Dalton, James 66, 88, 180 Dalton, John 180 Dang, Dang Dang, T. 67 Darlington, Robert 59, 136, 145 Darrell, Brandi 71, 180 Davey, Rebecca Davidson, Kristin 65, 66, 180 Davis Davis Davis, Davis, Bernard 169 I Christi 127, 169 Christine Christopher 65, 71 Davis Derrick 169, 180 Davis, Donald 136, 180 Davis, James 180 Davis Derrick 169, 180 Davis, Donald 136, 180 Davis, James 180 Davis, Janice 169 Davis, Jennifer 67, 169 Davis Kelli Davis, Monica 68, 136 Davis, Rachel 169 Davis, Rhenada 136 Davis, Robin 69 Davis Tommyette 65, 66, 79, 169 Davis Davis Tracy 180 fviiua 70. 136 96, 97, Davisson, Shari 72, 73, 169 Dayvault, Rebecca 86, 116-117, 180 Dazis, Dawn 169 Debeuneure, Jacques 63, 68, 69, 90, 136 Dent, Ellen 51, 88, 169 Denton, Mary 180 DeSalle, Robert 169 Devane, Catherine 66, 79, 127, 136 Devereux, Tonya 180 Diaz, Judith 93, 136 Dexter, Michelle 180 Dick, Charles 66, 169 Diehl, William 61, 127, 169, 172 Diep, Quan 180 Diffendal, Gretchan 58, 65, 77, 136 Diggs, Anthony 24, 63, 97, 127, 136 Diggs, Tammie 62, 63, 69, 112, 169 Diggs, Tanius 169 Diggs, Yassira 112 Digsby, Ronald 180 Dillon, Cheralee 86, 169 Dillon, Stori 25, 86, 137 Dillon, Theresa 79. 169 Dimier, David 59, 180 Dixon, Brian Do, Khai 180 Dodson, Diaine 137 Doherty, Colin 25, 61, 84, 137 Doherty, Hollis 93, 179, 180 Donley, Crlstin 169 Douglas, Kevin Dowdle, Derrick 137 Drake, Melanie Drakeford, Derrick 63, 69, 137 Drakeforrd, Shelanda 68, 69 Drew, Kevin 68, 137 Droege, Kimberly 69, 90, 137 Drouin, Mark 180 Dula, Christopher 137 Dulin, Brian 180 Dulong, Bradley Duncan, Hilary 75, 88 Dunlap, Alice 180 Dunlap, Stephen Dunn, Brian 24, 25, 104, 105, 106, 138 Duong, Nhan 138 Dupree, Wanda 69, 138 Dupuy, David 123, 180 Eagle, Amy 138 East, Charles 66, 180 Edgeworth, Van 169 Edwards, Jay 63, 67, 69, 138 Edwards, Michelle 71. 180 Edwards, Ronnie 138 Edwards, Tawanda 68 Edwards, Timothy Elliott, Mary 180 Elliott, Nancy 74, 75, 138 Elliott, Thomas 72, 73, 138 Elmore, Christian 84, 138, 140 Elmore, Stuart 58, 169 Emmanuel, Paschalie 169 Emmons, Elaine 65, 66, 169 English, Nicole 180 Enloe, Sharon 58, 169 Ennis, Melanie 60, 66, 90, 108, 169 Entwistle, David 66, 72, 84, 169 Entwistle, Terrell 72, 73, 180 Ervin, Larry Eudy, Kenneth 67, 93, 109 Evans, Sonya Ewing, Therese 180 Ezell, Heather 58, 66, 169 Fadel, Athena 169 Fadel, Gregory 59, 67, 68, 169 Faille, Sarita 66, 73, 169 Fairley, Jonathan 138 Falls, Andrew 180 Falls, Promona 180 Farahany, Armaghan 93, 169 Farmer, Suzanne 60, 75, 84, 108, 138 Farri, Stephen 119 Faulkner, Leslie Faulkner, Trammella Faust, Randy 96, 97 Fee, Wanda 180 Felder, Sharon 180 Fernandez, Charles 59, 169, 175 Fernandez, Elisabeth 180 Fernandez, Victor 169 Ferraro, Kathryn 22, 23, 60, 66, 77, 90, 127, 138 Ferraro, Stefan 180 Ferriss, Davis 72, 169 Fewell, Christopher 180 Fewell, Pamela 139 Fils, Kerween 180 Finnie, Thomas 59, 169, 175 Firms, Latrice 109, 180 Fisher, Suzanne 180 Fleming, Darryl 59, 138 Fligel, Scott 66, 170 Flowe, Tammy 62, 112, 170 Floyd, Donnie 138 Floyd, Johnnie 139 Floyd, Tammie 180 Foley, Douglas 180 Foley, Elizabeth 60, 84, 170 Fondren, Gregory Fontenot, Donald Fontenot, Irvin 181 Fontenot, Tammy 181 Ford, Michael 170 Ford, William 59, 72, 73, 181 Forsyth, Arthur 181 Forte, Tracy Foster, Matthew 59, 138 Fowler, Ashley 109 Franceschi, Gary 181 Franklin, Michael 67, 170 Frazier, Benjamin 181 Frazier, Elisa 79, 170 Frazier, James 67, 107, 170 Freeland, Shane 58, 75, 88, 170 Freeman, Ralonda 181 Freeman, Venice 170 Freese, Stephanie 181 Funderburk, Cheleta 139 Funderburk, Derrick 99, 181 Funderburk, Marian Funderburk, Timothy 181 Funderburk, Tommy 99, 181 Furman, Ashley 66, 181 Furr, Catherine 67, 72, 73, 181 Furr, Roger 139 Furtick, Devon 181 Gaddy, Stephanie 170 Gaffney, Valerie 181 Gaiten, Renee Gaither, Sharon Gallmon, Helen 181 Galmon, Sharon 139 Gamertsfelde, Richard 170 Gantt, Robert 181 Gardner, Patricia 72, 73, 170 Garion, T. 59 Garrett, Tammy 181 Garris, Robert Garrison, Selby 75, 76, 139 Gary, Kayanisea 181 Gatewood, Anita 170 Gatlin, Joel 123, 180, 181 Gatlin, Laura 139 Geathers, Rodney 170 Gentry, Alina 66, 79, 90, 91, 139 Ghant, Ernest 139 Gibson, Kellena 70, 91 Gilchrist, Aurelia 170 Gill, Brian 170 Gill, Chinyere 139 Gill, Michael 139 Gilland, Scott 139 Givens. Christy 170 Givens, Samantha 181 Givens, Tarry Givens, Torry Glen, James 181 Glenn, Jermaine 99 Glenn, Steven 181 Glover, Julius Glover, Yahonda 66, 72, 127, 139, 170 Glover, Yolanda 70. 73 Goad, Matthew 59, 66, 74, 84 Godwin, Martin 61, 76, 84, 90, 139 Goeller, Mary Goeller, Michael 139 Gomillion, Valencia 139 Good, Matthew 170 Goode, Sylester 181 Goodson, Chantelle 139 Goodwin, Laura 181 Goodwin, Tammy 68, 140 Gossett, Mark 170 Goudes, Hermes 72, 73, 170 Gouge. Carole 66, 68, 72, 73, 170 Gould, Stanley 181 Goumas, Frances 68, 140 Goumas, Tina 74, 181 Grady, Paul 84 Grant, William 64, 84, 90, 140 Grasty, James 61, 66, 68, 77, 84, 140 Gray, Anthony 181 Gray, Geoffrey 61, 66, 97, 140 Gray, Laura 62, 140 Gray, Mondria 140 Gray, Renetta 88, B9 Grazladei, Matthew 181 Green, Barbara 140 Green, Levander 63, 140 Green, Neaja 181 Green, Tyre 59, 77, 140 Greene, John 63, 181 Gregory, Anderi Cordel Gregory, Christopher Scott Grey, Alexander 170 Grey, William Gribble, Wesley 24, 61, 123, 130, 140 Grier, Eric 63, 72, 73, 170 Grier, Kimberly Grier, Samuel Griffin, Haley 170 Grigg, Katherine 140 Groves, Susan 141 Grybush, Amy 181 Grybush, Colleen 64, 141 Gubert, Cynthia 79, 141 Guffey, Jine 141 Gucciardi, Mark Guinyard, Janita 64, 141 Gulledge, Dana 79 Gulledge, Sherri 66, 170 Gurion, 170 Guthrie, Gary 73, 181 Haas, Tara 181 Haggerson, William 170 Haigler, Tracy 141 Hailey, Leshon 79, 141 Hailey, Lori 141 Hajdu, Danielle 170 Hall, Artemus 61, 66, 170 Hall, David 65 Hames, Angela 140, 141 Hamilton, Charles 181 Hamilton, Lisa Hamlin, Hampton, Michael 97, 123, 170 Hampton, Tammy Vernis Hancock, Kristin 170 Haney, Timothy 181 Hankla, Mark 93, 170 Hansen, Thomas Hantzopoulos, Dimitrios 170 Hantzopoulos, Jimmy 104 Hantzopoulos, Ourania 70, 181 Harden, Angela 72, 73, 79, 141 Harden, Cal 141 Harden, Darren Hardin, Amy M. Hardy, Allison 75, 181 Hare, Tynetta 181 Harlan, James 181 Harley, Cynthia 141 Harmon, Christopher 84, 93, 141 Harmon, Susanne 51, 58, 84, 88, 1 Harn, Bradley 170 Harrell, April M. 72, 73 Harris, Angela 170 Harris, Barbara 91 Harris, Bryan A. 63, 141 Harris, Darryl A. 24, 97, 141 Harris, Eric 142, 181 Harris, Gloria 70, 142 Harris, Tyrone 170 Harrison, Catherine Harrison, Eric Harrison, Roosevelt Harrison, Stacie 181 Harrison, Sylvia Hart, Joseph Hartell, James 181 Harwood, Brent 181 Hastings, Jennifer 142 Hathaway, Holt 58, 74, 75, 103 Hausser, Adrienne 142 Hawes, Samuel R 61 170 Hawkins, Sara E. 60, 70 Hawkinson, Laura 67, 142 Haycox, Terry 61, 65, 67, 77, 142 Hayes, Minnie L. 181 Hecox, Jennifer 181 Heim, Heather 66, 93, 170 Heindenreich, Beth 72, 73, 181 Helbein, Marc 104, 105, 142 Helms, Andrea 25, 66, 77, 93, 142 Helms, Kimberly 72, 73, 170 Hemphill, Ernest Henderson, Alonzo Henderson, Calvin 170 Henderson, Margaret M. 170 Henderson, Sarah 58, 66, 74, 142 Henderson, Willie A. 63 Hendrix, Amy 66, 73, 93, 181 Herron, Edmund Heustess, Adam 181 Hewitt, Ronald C. 142 Heyworth, Malcolm 61, 170 Hicklen, Chrissy D. 69, 70, 142 Hicklin, Cheryl 70 Hicklin, Kenneth 99, 181 Hicklin, Terrel 24, 63, 69, 97, 142 Hicks, B. 73 Hicks, Amanda 181 Hicks, Charles W. 69, 72, 181 Hicks, Christopher 22, 142 Hicks, Lisa 60, 75, 142, 153 '1 Hicks, Suzanne 68, 72, 73, 77, 140, 142 Hicks, M. 72, 73 Higginbotham, Elizabeth 25, 67, 76, 142 Higginbotham, Joseph 72, 73, 181 Higgins, Charles C. 59, 65, 66, 181 Higgins, Elizabeth 65, 143 Higgins, Paul 170 Higgins, Sarah 58, 77, 93, 143 Higgons, Sally 77, 90 Higgs, Jimmie Hill, Dwight C. 181 Hill, Frank 181 Hill, Leslie 170 Hill, Lloyd 170 Hill, Tammy 58, 67, 70 Hill, Teresa 62, 75, 103 Hinson, Erin C. 51, 103 Hinson, Leigh 65, 170 Hinson, William C. 59, 73, 170 Hinton, Donna 22, 62 Hitt. Randall 72, 73, 181 Ho, Jack 66, 181 Hobson, George 84, 170 Hodgens, Virginia 66, 181 Hodges, Robert 170 Hoechstetter, Diana 75, 181 Hogewood, Catherine C, 127, 181, 187 Hogkvist, Anton A. Holcomb, Brian 59, 67, 77, 93 Holley, Derrick 99, 181 Holley, mga 181 Hollifield, Anna 127, 170 Hollomon, Kenneth Holman, Raymond 63, 86 Holmes, Wendy 58, 74 Holt, Lelane 65, 170 Honeycott, Jenny 170 Honeycutt, Michael E. Hood, Stephanie Y. 170 Hooper, Simon B. 170 Hoover, Michael Hoover, Veronica 62, 68, 70, 72, 73 Hope, Anthony Hopkins, Patrick 67, 84, 170 Hopper, Rashawn A. Hopping, Bartley Hoppmann, Robert A. Horne, Gary Horne, Jeremy R. Hornes, Thomas B. Horstmann, Erik V. 119, 181 Horton, Darryl B. 181 Hoskins, Elizabeth Hoskins, Joseph D. 181 Houser, David B. 170 Houser, Mamie M. 181 Houser, Veronica 70, 170 Howard, Allegra Howard, Kellie A. 24, 112 Howard, Lester B. Howard, Robert 181 Howell, Charles 181 Howell, Dunchan 61, 170 Howell, Kimberly M. 24, 62, 69, 79, 144 Howie, Alicha 86, 181 Howie, Angela 170 Howie, Sherry 68, 70, 144 Howie, Willie 181 Howze, Tony 170 Hubbs, Alan 170 Hubbs, Erin 66, 181 Hues 99 , D. Huff, Carlos A. 181 Huff, Gregory S. 67, 84, 170 Huff, Janice M. 170 Huffstetler, David R. 104, 170 Hughes, Damon 181 Hughes, Donya L. 70, 72, 73, 144 Hull, Thomas A. 104, 170 Hunt, Ramona 181 Hunter, Anzelle 99, 181 Hunter, Charlene 68, 181 Hunter, Eric 181 Hunter, Mark 24, 97, 144 Hunter, Minichiell G. Huntley, Lesley 88 Huntley, Monica 170 Huntley. Yvonne Hurteau, Mary 60, 67, 127, 170 Husch, Huynh, Stephanie 144 Vung 144, 170, 181 lbach, Charles 181 lcehour, Heather 84, 144 lckert. Christopher 181 Irby, Monsanto 170 lsenberg, Kelly 181 lsom, K lvros, E elvin ffie 144 lvros, Theophanis 170 Jacik, Robert 170 Jackson, Caroline 68, 181 Jackson, Dianne E 58, 72, 73, 74, 75, 77, 144 Jackson, Elizabeth 170 Jackson, Jacqueline L. 144 Jackson, Keith Jackson, Lawson 84, 181 Jackson, Leslie 170 Jackson, R 144, 181 Jackson, Tara 69, 170 Jackson, Timothy Jackson, Tracey M. 73, 144 Jacobs, Jacobs, Charles 144 Mickey 69, 144 Jackson, B. 73 Jacobs, Ramon 181 Jacobson, Leslie 79 James, Johnny C. 170 James, William 181 Jant, Julius T. Jarrell, Douglas M. 59, 65, 77, 90, Jarvis, Esther 181 Jeetr, T. 99 Jefferies, Veronica 145 Jenkins, Isabel M. 67, 103, 170 Jenkins, Luther 170 Jenkins, Steven 97, 171 Jennings, Brian 122 Jennings, Darline 70 Jennings, Nadine 69 Jennings, William 182 Jeter, Travis 99, 119, 182 Johnson, Allen 182 Johnson, B. Johnson, Cynthia 109, 182 Johnson, Harold T. 182 Johnson, Jeannene Johnson, Julie E. 145 Johnson, Lance H. 66, 97, 182 Johnson, Margaret 75, 182 Johnson, Michael Johnson, Sally 93, 171 Johnson, Samuel 25, 104, 145 Johnson, Susan 25, 145 Johnson, Sylvester 182 Johnson, Thomas Johnson, Tina 182 123, 144 201 Johnson, Willis 145 Johnston, John G, 93, 182 Johnston, Robin E. 182 Jones, Anizsa 182 Jones, Dena N. 62, 88, 91, 171 Jones, Deneen 24, 62, 79, 91, 145 Jones, George 182 Jones, Jennifer E. 72, 73, 88, 170 Jones, John M. 182 Jones, Monteous A. 67, 171 Jones, Sharon 66, 182 Jones, Stephanie R Jones, Tyrone A. 64, 69 Jonson, Erik 171 Jordak, Thomas 61, 115, 182 Jordan, Ernest 119, 182 Jordan, Sean Jordan, William 66, 145 Joyce, Tracy 109, 182 Joyner, Lucretia 69, 182 Kachellek, James 182 Kalevas, Konstantin 145 Kalevas, Vasiliki 84 Kaneko, Mari 75, 79, 145 Kanitte, B. 97 Kanos, Vickie 182 Kansbotham, J. 58 Karagounis, Andreas 182 Karpenske, Jane 145 Karpenske, Sara 182 Katko, Matthew 68, 69, 145 Katopodis, John 182 Katopodis, Tammy 69, 84, 146 Katsanos, Bill Katsanos, Fotini 182 Katsanos, Tina 182 Keene, Michael 182 Keener, Tracey 182 Keever, Jody Kelly, Elizabeth 73 Keltz, William 61, 75, 84, 171 Kemp, Eric 119 Kendall, Mary 24, 69, 146 Kennedy, Franswa Kennedy, Jennifer 82 Kennerly, John 59, 146 Kerns, Donald 171 Kerr, Jennifer 182 Kessler, John 171, 182 Ketner, Elaine 60, 146 Ketner, Mark 182 Ketsaros, Tina 182 Kilminster, Simon 59, 146 Kilroy, Kathryn 108, 182 Kincaid, Caroline 58, 77, 146 Kincheloe, Jonathan 67, 182 King, Jevonda 69, 182 Kinghorn, Jay 171 Kings, Allen Kipp, Eric 73, 182 Kirkman, John 66, 182 Kiser, David 182 Kiser, Tonya Kittrell, Mary 171 Klapheke, Christpher 66, 182 Klavohn, Travis 59, 182 Knight, Christy 58, 84, 103, 171 Knight, Stacey 67, 82, 171 Knox, Jennifer Kobayashi, Keido 171 Kobayashi, Kyoko 103, 171 Kolovos, Kathy 79, 146 Kolovos, Paula 79, 182 Konstandinid, Ageliki 182 Kostopoulos, George 182 Koufaiiotis, George 61, 104, 171 Kouri, Lisa 75, 84, 93, 182 Krajnikovic, Monika 146 Kratt, Mary 79, 93, 146 Krueger, Shawn 182 Kuhn, Rona 171 Kuklentz, David 171 La Monica, Shelley 182 Lambeth, Jeffrey 61, 171 Land, Daisy 182 Latta, Julius Latta, Necole Launt, Demarest 73, 171 Lavergne, Paul 182 Lawrence, Catherine 182 Lawton, Kevin 74, 182 Leak, Charonda 82, 86, 182 Ledbetter, Patrick 146 Lee, Heidi 73, 171 Lee, Hudson 182 Lee, Scott Legat, Michele 182 Legette, Remonica 182 Leitner, Elizabeth 64 Lemay, Janice 182 Leonard, Charles 67, 73, 171 Leonard, James 54, 61, 67, 72, 17 Leppert, Richard Leslie, Tracie 182 Levatt, Octavia Lewis, Brian 171 Lewis, Jennifer 182 Lewis, John 146 Lewis, Marty 171 Lewis, Tashia 171 Leratt, Octavia 171 Lillard, Michael 72, 73, 171 Lindsay, Carol 182 Lindsay, Steven 182 Lindsey, Carson 24, 25, 68, 108, 1 Lindsey, Reginald 182 Lineberger, Michael Lisenby, Tabitha 182 Little, Bavonne 171 Little, Felecia 182 Little, Michelle Little, Sedric 182 Litton, Stephaine 69, 146 Lloyd, Christopher 99, 182 Lloyd, Lynette 171 Locke, Alfred 146 Locke, Anne 25, 146 Locke, Tomika 86, 182 Lockman, Cathy 183 Lockman, Julie 146 Lohri, Jennifer 69, 183 Long, Dana 73 Long. Latrice A. 72, 183 Lovell, Allison 58, 82, 171 Lowe, Catherine 68, 84 Lowe, Amanda 183 Lowell, Ashleigh 171 Lowery, William B. 69, 183 Lowery, Wm. J. Lozada, Beatriz Lu, Du Lu, Que 171 Ly, Hien 147 Lydon, Margaret 68, 76, 79, 84, 147 Lydon, Richard W. 183 Lyies, Julie 66, 171 Lyons, Eric C, 171 Mack, Craig 171 Mahood, Gale 65, 84, 93, 171 Major, Elizabeth 183 Major, Joseph 69, 147 Makrigiannis 68, 74, 76, 147 Makrigiannis, Marina 68, 171 Malcolm, James 171 Malcolm, Laura B. 75, 183 Mancz, Christopher 183 Maness, Ben Mann, Raqueal Y. 183 Mann, Ronald Manning, Wendy 69, 147 Marsh, Andrea 74, 75, 77, 83, 108, 147 Martin, Alice 77 Martin, Brian 147 Martin, Carolyn 70, 147 Martin, Erika C. 93 Martin, Gregory 183 Martin, Jessica 67, 93, 171 Martin, Marcus A. Martin, Terry 69, 147 Martin, Thomas A. Martin, Tiffanie 183 Martinez, De Victoria Mason, Lisa 69, 70, 147 Mason, Pamela 69, 147 Massey, James 97, 171 Massey, Lawrence 72, 97, 171 Massey, Nina 51, 88, 111, 171 Massey, Reginald 147 Massey, Thomas A. 183 Massey, Vernon Massi, David V, 171 Matera, Anthony Mathis, Deborah 147 Mauney, Mary E, 60, 67, 171 Mauney, William 84, 90, 147 Maye, Jack 73, 183 Mayenge, Bisambu 183 Mayenge, Nathalie 70, 75, 76, 79, Mayfield, Lesleigh 65, 183 Mayhew, Jamie 62, 69, 79 Mayhew, Marybeth 62, 148, 171 Mayo, Ernest 171 McAlister, Tamara 171 McBride, Ricky 183 McCain, Coretta 171 McCall, Stephannie 183 McCallum, Laura 66, 108, 183 McCants, Paul 64, 68, 171 McCarty, Christopher 24, 147 McCaskill, Michelle 183 McCloud, Ldia McClure, Devian 171 McCluskey, Kevin M. 71, 171 McConnell, Christina McCorkle, William 59, 72, 73, 171 McCoy, Angela 68, 86, 183 McCoy, Ronald 147 McCoy, Willie 63, 97, 171 McCracken, Jeffrey 104, 171 McCrorey, Vanessa 86, 183 McCrorie, Lisa 108, 171 McCullough, Nicola McCullough, Shante N. 172 McDaniel, Derrick M. McDonough, Daniel 148 McDowell, Laura 58, 68, 76, 148 McDowell, Shannon 72, 73, 183 McDowell, Shermaine 69, 172 McElhaney, Floyd 83, 84, 87 McGarry, Dennis 66, 84, 172 McGavran, Catherine D. 93, 172 McGill, Allison 75, 193 McGill, Rhonda M. 69 McGill, Sherry 69, 148 Mcllwain, Roxie Mcllwaine, Darron Mclntyre, Alan 72, 148 Mclntyre, David 73, 172 Mclntyre, Kenneth 25, 183 McKay, Charisse 72, 73, 183 McKee, Misty L. 72.73, 184 McKendrick, Robert 73, 184 McKenith, Charlotte McKenna, Burke 172 McKenna, Jeffrey 184 McKinney, Daniel 184 McKinnon, B. 99 McKinny R. 72, 73 McKinney, Veronica 172 McLain, Stephanie 83, 91, 148 McLaughlin, Michael 71, 123, 172 McLean, Erin 184 McLeod, Richard 184 McManus, Kevin 99, 184 91,148 McMichael, Rhonda 24, 62, 67, 69, 90, 148 McMillan, Cara E. 72, 73, 184 McMillian, Millicent 172 McMurray, Terrence 97, 172 McNair, Crista 172 McNair, Felicia 172 McNair, John 172 McNair, Tyrone McNamara, Megan 172 McNeil, John C. McPhaul, James McVay, Charlie A, 184 Medlin, Rodney 172 Melin, Teemu 71 Melvin, Tony Mercer, Marta 183 Merriam, Robert 119, 183 Merritt, Charles 25, 61, 66, 74, 77, Metcalf, Joanna 172 Meyers, Jennifer E. 73, 74, 75, 149 Meyers, S. 73 Michael, Patricia 75, 79, 149 Middleswarth, Brian J. 123, 183 Middleton, Frank 61, 84, 149 Middleton, Latanjelin 69, 172 Miles, Richard 183 Milford, James 149, 183 Miigrem, Jenifer Miller, Blaine 149 Miller, Celeste 69, 183 Miller, Jennifer 75, 79, 115, 172 Miller, Jessica 60, 172 Mims, Heather 149 Minder, Katherine E. Mirman, Sean 84, 172 Misenheimer, Kara 74, 75, 77, 90, Mistri, Alexander 67, 90, 183 Mitchell, David 172 Mitschele, Michael 59, 75, 172 Mobley, Pamela 172 Moffett, Cheryl Monroe, Phoebi S. 24, 62, 69, 149 Monteith, Melanie 22, 109, 183 Montgomery, Tina 58, 172 Montieth, Melanie 109 Moomaw, Anna 58, 149 Moomaw, Mary 172 Moore, Clementine 172 Moore, Jacqueline 79, 183 Moore, Jonathan 67, 172 Moore, Marilyn 69, 70, 149 Moore, Meredith 69, 149 Moore, Phillips Moore, Sean 70 Moore, T. 70 Moorefield, Monica 66, 108, 183 Morgan, Clyde F Morris, Jacqueline 172 Morris, John 183 Morrison, April 171, 172 Morrison, Rhonda M. 172 Morrison, Victoria Morton, David 172 Moss, James 183 Moss, Sandra A. Moungle, Melvin Muckler, Michael 77, 149 Mullaney, Scott 183 Muller, David 149 Mulvihill, Michele 183 Mulzet, David 172, 183 Mungo, Melvin 172 Mungo, Terri 70, 149 Murphy, Alison 183 Murphy, Ballard E, 67, 71, 79, 172 Murray, Malcom 172 Myers, Frances 72, 77, 172 Myers, Jenny 60 Myers, Sara 72, 183 Myers, Yolanda 69, 172 Nance, Amy E. 93, 184 Nance, Angela 93, 172 Nance, Emily 149 Masekos, Mark C. Nash, Previs 69 Nash, Rebecca 184 Nash, William 184 Naumann, Thomas 68, 172 Neal, John Neal, Linda M. 68, 75, 111, 149 Neal, Mark R. 69, 172 Neal, Robyn 172 Neel, Catherine A, 72, 73 Neely, James Neely, Monty 69 Neil, Charles S. 61, 172 Nelson, Felincio 184 Nelson, Katasha 69 Nero, Cricket Nero, Kristen E. Nesbit, K. 67 Neshat, Khashayar 61, 84 Newell, Fred A. 172 Newing, Michael 172 Newlon, Jeanette 184 Newman, Danielle 112, 172 Newton, Susan M. 184 Nguyen, Anh 68 Nguyen, Bao Nguyen, Chau Nguyen, Mai 67, 172 Nguyen, Son 59, 75 Nguyen, vi 184 Nichols, Tambra 67, 84 Nicholson, Leslie Nicholson, Marshall Nicholson, William S. 93, 184 Nivens, E. Nivens, John 184 Nixon, Everett 172 Nixon, Rewa D. 184 Noggle, Kimberley 24, 67, 90, 111 Norman, Jeffrey 99, 184 Norwood, John 67, 75, 84, 172 Nurkin, Matthew 61, 67, 107, 172 Nuttall, Kerry 68, 172 Nye, Tammy 51, 75, 88, 172 O'Boyle, Timemy FZ 172 O'Herron, William 61, 156 O'Neal, Suzanne P Oates, Rhonda 68, 111 1 90, 148 49 Oliver, Angela 184 Olsen, Olee 59, 84, 172 Opdyke, Laura 58, 73, 172 Oram-Smith, Robin 172 Orell, Maureen E, 115, 184 Orkan, Alp 184 Orr, Margaret E. 184 Orr, Shonda 184 Orr, Willis 184 Osborne, Jeffrey Otte, Mich Hel Overton. Elizabeth 82, 88, 184 Overton, Rodney 83 Overton, Tait 172 Owen, Kelly 82, 184 Owens, J. 99 Owens, Timothy 99 Padgett, Justin 184 Page, Kenneth D. Pak. Chan Pak, Chan W. 184 Panmany, Phetsamay 184 Papageorgiou, Vasiliki 69 Pappas, Georgia 184 Parish, Julia 103, 116-117 Park, Eun Kyung 172 Park, Joon 184 Parker, Deborah 172 Parker, Ricky 99, 172 Parks, Winston 184 Parnell, Christopher C. 61, 172 Parnell, Jennifer E. 66, 184 Parry, David 172 Partain, Roy 173 Partington, Kathryn 82, 173 Patch, David 67, 173 Pate, Kevin Paterson, Donald 184 Patterson, Patterson, Patterson, Patterson, Patterson, Pattishall, Paul, L. 99 Payne, Kel Payne, Sid Pearce, Cr Pearce, .la Ashley 58, 173 Charlene Cynthia Lloyd 184 Erinn Melissa 68, 173 ly M. 184 ney 84, 184 issy M. mes C. 184 Pearsall, Tucker 73, 184 Pearson, Moneka 184 Pedersen, Jennifer C. 75, 108, 173 Pegues, Maria 62 Pelosi, Deborah 84 Pelzer, Nathan Pendergraph, Nicole 65, 184 Penson, Jennifer Perkins, Jennifer 69, 184 Perkins, Robert E Perkins, Stephen D. Peroyea, Kenneth 61 Perry, Dana T. 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Taylor, Donnie 157 Taylor, Gerald Taylor, Hawantha 174 Taylor, Lisa 185 Taylor, Randy 174 Taylor, Tania 185 Teague, Bradley 67, 174 Teasley, Selena L. 174 Templeton, Alec 185 Terrell, Christopher A. 174 Terry, Darion 157 Terry, Jaren T. 91, 174 Terry, Melisa 67, 90, 174 Smith, Adriane 173 Smith, Alison 84 Smith, Crystal 68, 185 Smith, Crystal 68, 155 Smith, Dee Anna 64 Smith, ELizabeth 185 Smith, Eric 90, 173 Smith, Ernest 173 Smith, Ernestine L. 173 Smith, Hayword D. 155, 173 Smith, Henrietta L. 72, 73 Smith, Henry 73, 185 Smith, James M. 185 Smith, John G. 185 Smith, Judith A. 24, 25, 155 Smith, Margaret 61, 185 Smith, Ronald 185 Smith, Stephanie 155 Smith, Suzanne B. 58, 64, 90, 155 Smith, Tina 88 Smith, Vincent 185 Smith, William 185 Snead, Thomas 61, 68, 76, 155 Snow, Stephani 173 Soles Larr 185 Thackst 174 on, Nancy C. 58, 84, 90, 1 Thomas, Kirk 72, 73, 185 Thomas, Lethla 84, 91, 174 Thomas, Michael 61, 63, 66, 84, 1 Thomas , Nancy 157 Thomas, Rhonda 174 Thomisser, Cara C. 66, 185 Thomps Thomps Thomps Thomps on, Camille 103 on, Darryl on, Earl 185 on, Joatella 185 Thompson, Lasonya 64, 157 Thompson, Michielle 69, 70, 174 Thompson, Robert M. 157 Thompson, Shawn 70 Thomps on, William 185 Thrall, Noel 72, 73, 185 Threatt, Christopher Threatt, Patrick Thrower, James R 84, 174 Tillman, Natalie 185 Tippett. Tippett, Cynthia D. 62, 69, 157 Terri 58, 174 Tison, William 108, 185 Am 67 Rockett, James 173 Rogers, David 59, 74, 84, 173 Rogers, Douglas 59, 153 Rogers, Lori A. 184 Rogers, Rebekah 116-117, 184 Roland, Pamela 173 Rolfe, Meredith 184 Romero, Alejandro Romero, Jacqueline 70, 153 Romiti, Lorraine 73, 173 Rorie, Pernell L. Rorie, Rodney Rose, Sherry 73, 184 Roseboro, Ramona W. 70, 184 Ross, Annie Rupp, Michael 184 Russell, Adrian 173 Russell, Elizabeth 184 Russell Henr S. 184 - Y Russell, Jeffrey 184 Ruth, Herbert 173 Ryder, Kimberly 58, 153 Sadler, Darrell Sadler, Vernon L. 173 Sampson, Bryant 184 Sams, Joshua 25, 61, 66, 74, 77, 84, 127, 153 Sanders, Emma D. 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O CD 1-+ 1-0- O fv- :- CD 'O P c to 2 co 3' 1-9 'O Z5 o Z. 3 -Z LWLIM ' DHS-GMBH 9D Alu s663 ' 10!D9U9El Bms 'loog eg-uew' lU0ll9l5lO ' 'e eos ' dw 9l-l.L UM 'Jezzg I!G' W 9l!Cl0 dnog ull-1-ueg s ' 'Auuep B Ill L' CD Vogue Officers Vogue: Left to Right- Jamie Mayhew, fParl.J, Rhonda McMichael, lPres.J, Latrina Bardlavens, fSec.y, Kim Howell, Nice-Pres.l, Phoebe Monroe, lfundsl, Leslie Clark, lPres.J, Tracy Artis, QTreas.J M S P HIGH S United As One - "Vogue" 221 Eric Popper Melissa Randall Donna Pritchard Doug Reece Kelly Petty Tammy Quince Kim Reavis Scott Ramsey Curt South Susan Rasberry Kim Kendall Natalie Pool Voula Pistiolis John Prentzas Denise Allen Dewitt Caldwell Adam Heusstess Lee Phillips Lisa Reid Scott Terry Kina Reid Barbara Green Kelly Pritchett Tara Reid Allison Smith LaTonya Batton Suzy Reep Terrell Hicklin Lisa Hicks Teresa Hill Erin Hinson Donna Hinton Brian Holcomb Raymond Holman Wendy Holmes Veronica Hoover Rashawn Hooper Elizabeth Hoskins Kellie Howard Kim Howell Donya Hughes Mark Hunter Heather lcenhour Dianne Jackson Patricia Jackson Charles Jacobs Linda Neal Kimberly Ryder Doug Jarrell Mickey Jacobs Lester Howard Shawn Thompson Michael Otte Stephanie Husch Home-Room 12-15 Mrs. Gaye Burns Home-Room 12-10 Mrs. Yvonne Roberts x ' N !'r1 Home-Floom 12-20 Ms. Judy Funston X . Home-Room 12-O5 Ms. Vicki Galliher W Debbie Watson Audra Williams Victoria Stern Windy Wise Edward Wilson Monica Williams Lucia Conde Ernie Young Chris Withrow Sheri Weaver Christa Williams Adriane Watkins Lenise Williams Sally Higgins Elizabeth Higgins Debbie Whitney Toby Younghans Geoffrey Gray Laura Gray Kurtrina Williams Alicia Young Wendy Worley Doris Wilson Dawn Currie Gretchen Diffendal Mary Jo Crates Dianne Dodson Scott Darlington Kim Droege T.J. Haycox Monica Davis Mike Cureton Anthony Diggs Tim Crowell Catsy Devane Jennifer Barry Velda Davis Derrick Daudle Jacques Debeuneu Gregory Craig Susan Stanley re 223 224 esgueq 9!Il!M 'SUJ PV U SUE GS 'SUDHHM LIE 11aAuJuJoi 'selxoqoy Aqwy 'uewalog 9 9CI 9U!IV 'SVN 41191 'Anuag EU Aelpneg U9 W'S Ana 9!II!M cell 'sw Ae Ullll-IOM -5 uang Mew 'z1oJd eglnf' 'Lunufig eluow 'seuop euag 9I00!N 'NJEIO MOM 'S112M Aeqoy sp-L 'gse PU 0!W neg aloogN 'uopA'1 1,eJ6JeW 'sleau W 'Ae 'uap,ueH ela6uV 'oxaueyl gm X .A Stephanie "the Heft" Smith, Angi "Red" Hames, Allison "Alli" Smith, Jenny "Ginger" Hastings, Kelly 'tKel" Pritchett, Dallas "Perky" Blackwelder, Cindy Patterson, Elaine "lil one" Kether, Carson "Cars" Lindsy, Victoria 'tVlc" Stern, Susan t'Flaz" Rasberry, Kim "Nugget" Kendall, Page "l3rezzy" Porter, Kim "Shorty" Droege, Susan "Bubbler" Johnson, Kathryn "the Nerd" Ferraro, Scott "Flea-bite" Cole, Crissy "Wah-Wah" Pearce, Not pictured: Cindi "the talwaysj Goob" Gubert, and Bea. When you're down and troubled and you need a helping hand and nothing, no nothin' is going right. Just call out my name and you know wherever I am, l'll come running to see you again. Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall all you have to do is call and l'll be there- yeah, You've Got A Friend! 225 The Men of G Q I i 1 I 3 Setting the P ce 2 A special thamgp to Mrs. A. Mason and Mr. W. Davis Ns.-. It's Hip. It's Happening It's Debate First Row: Big Ed. T.J., Bo, Gret Second Row: Jen, Rob, Haji, Shmik, Snake, Creesn, John, Red, Sally Third Row: Brenney --.,3 Nflluee Xwfe M1 227 x Ft. Lauderdale Or Bust! Amanda Carter 5 228 "Girl on Chair" Amanda Carisr ,fn0!"f ii ,f:' t I 2 5 : ' Z4 I 'III Q ill V lg. g y 0 WW Af-,I 4' "W . ,Q If The Charlotte Observer Stephen Bailey - t gift ir.. "Basketball Anyone" Brock Bruner KODAK MEDALLION OF EXCELLENCE Stephen Bailey, Myers Park - Photograph "Golden Bust" Stephen Bailey, Myers Park - Photograph "Summer Night Amanda Carter, Myers Park - Photograph "Girl on Chair" M. Hunter Kratt, Myers Park - Photograph "Barn Tin" if WASHBURN GRAPHICS CITIZENSHIP AWARD The winner of this 52,000 scholarship will be announced at the awards ceremony at 2 p.m., Sunday, February 15, in the audi- torium on the 4th floor of The Charlotte Observer building, 600 S. Tryon St. Winner - Stephen Bailey - Myers Park High FRIEND'S AWARD for Charlotte!MeckIenburg Education Center Robert Cheney, Myers Park - Watercolor "Ticker Tape and T-Bird SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL GOLD KEY AND BLUE RIBBON AWARDS MYERS PARK Stephen Bailey 'Photograph Stephen Bailey 'Photograph Stephen Bailey 'Watercolor James Baucom Watercolor James Baucom Watercolor James Baucom Graphic Design Amanda Carter 'Photograph Amanda Carter Photograph Stuart Corle 'Watercolor Judith Diaz Photograph Teresa Hill 'Watercolor Erin Hinson 'Photograph Keiko Kobayashi Ink M. Hunter Kratt 'Photograph Jessica Miller Watercolor Kenneth Mclntyre Photograph Matthew Skinner Photograph Marcus Steele 'Watercolor Katherine Washa Watercolor Windy Wise Photograph Windy Wise Photograph Windy Wise Photograph Windy Wise 'Photograph First Place ribbons Fine Arts Festival Photography BXW Stephen Bailey, Myers Park Black!White Photograph: Amanda Carter, Myers Park POPES COLLECTOR GALLERY S50 Gift Certificate Teresa Hill, Myers Park - Watercolor NORTH CAROLINA ART EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Plaque Stuart Corle, Myers Park - Watercolor ADGER SMYTH CAMERAS, INC. S50 Gift Certificate Erin Hinson, Myers Park CAMERA ECH S50 Gift Certificate Windy Wise, Myers Park LIGHT FACTORY S25 and 1-year Stephen Bailey, Myers Park membership 229 A!" 'HEY IVIAIVI KEY CLUB SENIGRS CD CD 'O O O CD .C berlng CD CD , Beau, Amy, Becky Back Row: Doug, Kathy, Scooter Brian Chris, Front Flow: 1, to Righ -T-' CD .I If A hwy db MMF' 5 nQ 55 QQ 'lr ,W 2 ,Ur H, .. Y , !V!VV f 4g,T,Z?Z'. Q ff- ww I, 1, ' ff flfflz uw WEL sew? HTH gg ,f 4-up , .MW gdim wgg Sgxj m y fXQ S Y--Q 233 if 1 Lk- 1st Row: Haji Shah, JJ Schonberg, Dan Shmikler, Eric Popper. 2nd Row: Ed Campbell, Doug Jarrell, Son Nyugen, Matthew Foster. 3rd Row: Mike Bjorlie, Bo Vaden, Daniel Brenner, Tripp Bridges, Cub Weil. 4t Row: Steve Bailey, Big Ed Williams, John Bolton. 5th Row: Sir Whoop, Vance Ricks, Doug Reece, Tyr Greene, Ed Wilson, Brian Holcomb. fffli ggi? .X-as x -4' NME' , ?iT?i,,. lDan Brenner, Presg JJ Schonberg, V-Pres, Tripp Bridges, Fraternity Chairman, Doug Fleece, Sgt. of Arms, Doug Jarrell, Treasg Haji Shah, Historiang Dan Shikler, Secretary, Ed Cambell, Board Memberj. USE BECA ERS FHC O CT TERA AAPIN EST B E TH BE TO S HA DY EBO SCN! 236 CD .C I- The '86-'87 KEY-KEYETTE OFFICERS Caroline Kincaid Simon Kilminster Jane Karpenske Willis Johnson Suzanne Hicks Kathy Kolovos Susan Johnson Hunter Kratt Kiki Kalevas Vance Ricks Elaine Ketner Tammy Katopodis Claire Whitworth Nathen Pelzer Teemu Melin Stephanie McLain Dino Kalevos Tyrone McNair Sam Johnson Home-Room 12-11 Ms. Sara Russell 237 238 SENIORS '87 Catherine iChipJ, Kathryn qStrumpetJ Sheri fSweatj, Suzy Nanityj Connie qHarIoty, Anna QLustJ Not Pictured: Angela iEcstasyj xx Future Business Leaders of America Tomorrow's Success! AP English "We've Created A Monster!" Cx, Gretchan Diffendal Sally Higgins Caroline Kincaid Heather Childers Andrea Marsh Charles Merritt Vic Simpson Vance Ricks John Bolton Danny Shmickler Wendy Holmes Dong Jarrell Jennifer Barry Jay Baucom Brian Holcomb Kara Misenheimer J.J. Schonberg Pam Watcher Mrs. Elizabeth Hinson 239 The 1987 MUSTANG staff wish- es to thank the following people: At the Delmar Studios: Mrs. Sybil Parish, Mrs. Becky Alexander, Mrs. Diane Barrier, and the art department for all the time and ideas they have given us. At Metro Portraits: Mr. Byron Ren- fro, Mr. Rob Cranshaw, Mr. Keith Hardin, and Steve Phillips for their patience and services re- ceived from them this year. Mr. Byron Baldwin - for develop- ing and printing our pictures. Mr. Joseph Peel - for all his sup- pOrt. All the teachers for their coopera- tion with the yearbook staff, es- pecially the English teachers for letting us disrupt classes for pic- tures. Mr. Steve Prevatte -for his coop- eration while conducting busi- ness off campus. The task of creating a yearbook has been difficult and involved. lt took many long hours of planning and a lot of hard work. Although it was trying at times, it has been very rewarding being editors this year. To the MUSTANG staff, we give many thanks. The staff endured many long hours and hardships in order to meet deadlines. Thanks to Martin for our artwork throughout the book. We thank Mrs. Nancy Elmore for her guid- ance and support throughout the years. We know it hasn't been easy! Many thanks also go to Mrs. El- more's first period. We couldn't have met our deadline without them. The four of us will never forget the CHESHIRE grin that always seemed to lift our spirits. - Susan Groves Laura McDowell Caroline Trippe Debbie Watson 4 l FV -Y 61' 'Ek go G1 in ' SU-E ' lr X A -,f , l X U X , ff lwL"A"E 5 ozelszgg, r" ff V ' Eli- '-teji-W1 l T ' f' ' ' I t, ' ' l f Wele- vixiu' - ' fi ' l . .5221 W .V f l i j 5 ig. if xsLt7iri.l V , , 2 - 5 lf... f' Q l , I? 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