Nicholas County High School - Nichlosean Yearbook (Summersville, WV)
- Class of 1984
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Text from Pages 1 - 198 of the 1984 volume:
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iMarsh often goof-off in photography class.
Opening 1 2
Activities ....................... 14
Organizations ................... 26
Sports ......................... 60
Academics ...................... 94
Advertising .................... 150
Senior Rachel Lamb d n look too enthusiastic she go
111g :0 the storage room to get chairs to sit in at lunch time.
2. While working at Dairy Queen after school, Senior Rich Groves takes
an order at the drive-thru.
3. Coach Randy Rutherford reads "the funnies" while relaxing in the
library, during his free period.
4. Penni Facemire and Michelle Field find time to sleep during Accoun-
Page 3: 1 Yearbook photographer Christy Vines reloads her camera
during a break in the action. ,
' 10 Andrew Talkington pr, il'S playing basketball to football yet
h school 5131111 by suppoit g thejV footballteam. 1
ch to Mr Roger Pryors dismay; Tammy Hopkins and Angiel
4. As an added project for Mr. Berrys art class Senior Lee Skoczen
shares in the painting of the Humane Society Animal Shelter located at
Itwwas lite; real 12116111011 Lumber 11nd I wererwmching a 1
two-hour rerun of The Spy Who Loved Mepver a few root
beers andff'a pepperdni pizia. N01 wanting 1'0 miss a single 76 1
second of our hero, we discussed our strategy to s y on the
73 town of Summ61'svill6 7during conimercials only. w
It was only after james Bond had the girl that we got
1- down to businegs. W6 came to thE conElusion that we wOuld
have to check out the town, the 131-20916, a few of the local
businesses and most importantly, the NCHS students, 111 per-
son 1disg111sed, of coursd We would discover Just what set V
"them apart from 011161 towns and Scho61s! 1'7" 1
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Pa 2 4. 1. Part of junior Lovell Faceere's responsibilities as a 11
Memorial Park Swimming P013115 to patrol around the pool.
2.5811106 Bobby Hughes and Rick Hughes enjoy spending hot summer days at Bar-
tle Run swimming area swimming and. Watching girls
3. Summer 18 a Merry- Go- Round 1n SUMMERSville. Donna Hughes even rode the
on 3 er a town pep meeting parade." -
2 Senior Lee Skoczen patiently awa1ts the announcement of the 1983 Nicholas
County Potato Queen Lee won moments later!
3 Mqving campers is just part of Robert Shafers after-schoovsumrner job at
Mountain Manor Campground. " -
to spy on the students
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: buses arrive, mos: stu Mnts gather in the h ays
and Commons Area to talk. When the 8:30 bell rmgs
everyone rushes to their first p 6d class. By fourth period
the students are so hungry they can barely concentrate on
their classroom assignments. F0 ome, teachers' Words g9 in h
d out the otherQWh lunch bell Tmall
Page 6: 1. While shopping atHalscead's Foodland, seniors Alice Hayes and Sara
Dooley direct their attention to "Blackief' their favorite General Hospital star.
2. Deborah Burks, Tammy Hopkins, Mandy Farthing, and Cindy Sebert spend
their lunch hour laughing and sharing secrets.
3. During a pep meeting parade through town, sophomore Barbara King gets
caught out of uniform.
4. Sitting on the curb, Lisa McKinney and Donnie Boley review a pamphlet
from college day.
5. During lunch time Karen Lanham and Abby Willis watch some golfers over
on the Nicholas County Memorial Golf Course.
Page 7: 1. Michelle Keaton, Pattijustice, Teresa Adkins, Lynn Bulter and Win-
nie Martin Stop by Hardeehs for a bite to eat after school. .
2. Coach C. W. Powell talks to Dwayne O'Dell about Friday's game.
3. Mary Cline, Kevin Ward, and Jack Holcomb watch intently as the Grizzlies
defeat the Midland Trail Patriots at Hico.
KTCHS so special. Nowgthe question was "Where do we go
find this spirit?" With a little more underiover work Jack
We arrived early enough so we could fin good place to
stake- out. We made a, point of keeping ourselves well hid
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cheer to the top of thtfir l'ungs. After all the screaming, clap-
ping, and stomping, the head cheerleader announced which
Page 8: 1. Kathy Keiper Mandy Foster, and Angie Powell sell NCHS t-shirts, visors, and
prOgrams before a Varsity football game.
2. Sophomores Cathy Brown and Marta Brown make flowers for the Sephomore
3. 1311-. gheerleaders show their Spirit while cheering through the homecoming parade.
4. Grizzly football players gooLoff while waiting for the pep meeting to begin.
5. Varsity cheerleaders and majorettes perform the sjchool song at a town pep meeting in
Farmers and Merchants Bank parking lot.
Page 9: 1 Head Varsity cheerleader Ann Brady does one of her Cheerleading jumps during
the homecoming game.
2. Girls basketball coach, Miss Karen King, gets tht0wn' m the shower after the team wins
their Hrst game.
5. Some Grizzly players look on from the sideline as NCHS defeats Webster.
4. While stretching out their legs, the varsity cheerleaders pose for a picture.
this something was.
We travelled to Summersville on a Friday night, the beginning of an
action- filled weekend. But, when we pulled off Route 19 we couldnt find
the students. We got back on the highway and drove out to Memorial
Stadium Sure encug H hat was where almost all the students wer3 hanger
, cheerleaders helped get the Grizzly fans fired up by leading them 1nja few
victory cheers. It didn't matter if the Grizzlies were leading or trailing
slightly behind, the student body still supported their team.
Everyone packed into their Cars and we knew we had to follow the ac-
tion We d1dn' t know what to expect when a whole line of traffic
cars to talk, others went inside Wood R1ch and I ventured inside and
discovered that 1t was an arcade room. Students were everywhere, pump-
ing token after token into the arcade games. After a few hours we decid-
ed to call it a night and travelled back to our home town Where we got
out facts on file -
1 Saturday we W6
back in Summersvdie checking out the s enes
1 was the action see e oh Onight. The line w
long It seemed everyo wanted to see the
3 ing john Travolta After the movie we followed everyone to the hext
hang out joint. This time it was the Pizza Hut. The booths were packed
full of people ordering their favorite pizzas, talking, and acting crazy.
Later when we sat down to sort our facts we came to the concluSion
i that NCHS had the liveliest bunch of students we d ever come across It
a favorite restauraht, talking 1n a parking lot or just a night out on the
Page 10: 1. Head Yearbook Photographer Kim Arden, Varsity
cheerleaders Rachel Lamb and Deborah Burks, and Majorette Tammy
Hopkins arrive early to prepare for a varsity football game.
2. Girls Basketball players Ginger Rader, Angie Savage, and Kathy
Kieper support the Grizzlies by Attending a varsity football game.
3. Teresa Adkins, Meliiida Bond, and Pattijustice are fifst in line to see
the pepular movie, 1 'sky Business"
4. Richwood Spies. k on as Sara Dooley, Lora TAYI
Hayes enjoy a pizz Pizza Hut.
Page 11: 1. Alice WAtches as her sister Melinda Hayes ac eves high
score on Super Pacman.
2. Before seeing a Midnight Movie Joe Cardullo and DeborAh Burks
order a pizu at Beckley.
3. Heck 5 parking lot 15 a popular place for iuniorsjay Nowak And Todd
Harris to "-hang out."
4. Lunar Landing is a favorite place for NCHS students to gather.
4. After Cheerleading practice in the student parki
and Rachel Lamb goof-off. H
I e Majorectes play at Mcmorial Park before the
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vxslting Hardee's. , ,
4. Patti justice and Teresa Adkins reminisce aboutwthe fun they had at the LoverboY
C1 r! in Charlesron. '
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be the answer to this mind boggling question
In the preceding weeks, Wood Rich and I planned to keep a
watchful eye on the students of NCHS. In this amount of time we
After sneaking mm the principal 5 office and getting a
copy of the school calendar, we knew just what activities
3 to Spy on. The Homecoming, Christmas Da11ce and Spirit
W" L: were just a few.
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It was a chilly October 14 when the
annual parade down Main Street
started homecoming festivities. The
NCHS band led, followed by the
football players, homecoming atten-
dants, and floats.
At 8:00 pm. the Grizzlies came out
'of their locker room with high spirits
and by half-time the Grizzlies led the
Valley Greyhounds 12-0.
The crowning 0f the new
homecoming queen took place during
half-time. Rachel Lamb, escorted by
Andrew Talkington, received the
honors of being crowned queen.
Other senior attendants were Belinda
Corbitt escorted by john Hellms, and
Vicki Neal, escorted by Paul Darby.
The junior class attendant was Leatha
Shelton escorted by Todd Harris.
Representing the Sophomore class
was Aimee Talerico escorted by Wes
The Grizzlies then stormed back
onto the field with great expectations
of another win within their reach. But
surprisingly the Greyhounds scored 2
touchdowns and the game was tied. In
overtime the Grizzlies finally came out
on top with a 20-12 victory.
To celebrate the victory and the
crowning 0f the new queen there was
a dance held sponsored by the Varsity
Page 16: 1. The 1983-84 Homecoming court
members include Aimee Talerico, Wes Brown,
Vicki Neal. Paul Darby, Queen Rachel Lamb,
ML Perkins, Andrew Talkington, Belinda Cor-
bitt, john Hellms, Leatha Shelton and Todd
2. Mary Frontino and Cathy Gtizzell look as if
they're afraid they're going to get trampled by
the Grizzlies when they run through the tradi-
3. The reigning 1985-84 Homecoming Queen is
Rachel Lamb and her escort Andrew
Page 17: 11 Principal Robert L. Perkins puts the
final touches on the homecoming activities at
halftime as he Crowns an excited Rachel Lamb
the 1983-84 Homecoming Queen for NCHS.
2. junior Homecoming attendant Leatha
Shelton with Todd Harris who she picked as
her escort enjoy the ride through the annual
3. Aimee Talerico, Sophomore attendant and
her escort Wes Brown wait to ride through the
parade on the float that won lst place and was
decorated by her fellow classmates.
4. With memories of a victorious homecoming
a mum is just one small token.
5. The Football Players show their spirit during
the annual homecoming parade
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Seniors Show Christmas Hospitality t0
Despite the fact that there was no school due to
sewage problems the week of the dance, the show
The Christmas dance was held December 16, the
last Friday before vacation started. The seniors
gave up their "days off" to plan and decorate for
The highlight of the dance was the crowning of
Mr. and Miss Christmas. Mary Frontino and Fred
Roberts received the honors from principal Robert
Perkins. First runners up were Mark Radet and
Spectra, a tock-n-toll band from Montgomery,
performed at the dance. Refreshments were served
by some sophomore girls. The seniors decorated
the commons area with snowflakes hanging from
the ceiling along with Christmas lights. Two
candles and fresh pine, along with streamers
Page 18, 1. Crowned ML and Miss Christmas were Fred Roberts and
Mary Frontino with first runners up, jeanette Thomas and Mark Rader
with principal Mr. Perkins.
2. Ann Brady seems to be enjoying the band as Greg Bishop gets
caught off guard.
3. Deborah Burks and Ginger Rader help with the decorations at the
4. Kim Arden talks with her boyfriend, Glenn Hypes, before having to
take pictures of the Christmas Court.
junior Class at Annual Dance
Page 19, 1. Tammy Hopkins, Angie Ahan, and Cindy Saber:
have mixed emotions about the dance.
2. Sara Dooley and Kevin Ward discuss the Christmas
3. Scott Clevenger and Donna Duffield seem to be enjoying the
4. Rocky Roberts and Mary Frontino are crowned Mr. and Miss
Christmas by principal Robert Perkins.
Cowards? N or Us!
N CHS Proves Best of the County
1. Is that "Boy George" of the Culture Club? No that's Angie Ahart dressed
for "Rock with the Grizzlies" day.
2. Deca Club members show their enthusiasm after winning the spirit chain
competition against Richwood.
3. School secretary Mrs. McCutcheon joins in the school spirit.
4. "Rock with the Grizzlies" was one of the more popular days in spirit
week because the students went wild with the idea of wearing bizarre
Ljuniors really get into "Punk Rock" day!
2. Gina Staggs helps Mr. Pryor get a kick out of spirit week.
3. Cathy Grizzell shows her impersonation of a bear skin rug.
4. Despite the frigid weather, JoAnn Williams and Sheri Sparks enjoy the
Grizzlies victory over the Lumberjacks.
Spirit Week is one of the most
memorable weeks in the school year. It is a
time to show school Spirit by participating in
various activities sponsored by the
The highlight of all this Spirit is the foot-
ball game at the end of the week between
the Nicholas Grizzlies and NCHS rivals, the
The week was supposed to begin calmly
with seniors wearing bandanas, juniors wear-
ing sunglasses and sophomores wearing
neck ties. BUT SINCE IT WAS HALLO-
WEEN the Cheerleaders asked the teachers
to come in costumes. Hilarious results oc-
curred as most of the faculty members came
to class wearing outrageous costumes rang-
ing from doctors to punk rockers.
On Tuesday jogging suits were worn.
Wednesday was hat and t-shirt day. Thurs-
day was "Rock with the Grizzlies" day. The
students were to dress as their favorite rock
star. Unbelievable results occurred from this
spirit activity. Friday was the traditional Blue
and Gold and Teddy Bear day. The whole
week was a success and we beat the jacks.
MICHAEL jACKSON! That name
has become a household word this
year! Not only is he the number 1
favorite male singer at NCHS, he is
also the number 1 singer across the
nation! His album Thriller was the 7h
album of the year, and the song "Beat
It" from his album is the number 1
song here at NCHS.
New wave Rock has become
p0pular at NCHS too. Everybody
across the nation has tuned in their
radio stations to hear Foreign groups
like Qiot Riot, Loverboy, and Men at
Work. The most popular group here at
NCHS is journey from Los Angeles,
Other of the NCHS
students this year are: General
Hospital as the favorite Soap, The
"A"-Team action adventure show for
the favorite TV show, Dallas reigns as
the favorite football Team, Levis top
the jeans category and 94 FM-86 AM
is the Favorite radio station.
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The punk look has gradually moved into the
fashion style here at NCHS, tmostly torn sweatshirts and
cropped pantsl Students took to wearing denim jackets and
stylish boots this year too.
More guys wore sweaters this year than in the past, along
with sleeveless t-shirts advertising warmer days in the sun.
Most girls went for the layered look twearing two to three
shirts on top of each otheri, flat dress shoes, and unusually
wild jewelry. .
Though NCHS isn't ahead in the fashion scene as much
as other schools, it still has a style of its own!
Page 23: 1. Greg Bishop shows us the "preppy" style while munching on potato
2. gusty Nichols and Judy Canaday relax in their fashionable clothes. Rusty, as
well as other guys at NCHS, likes to wear Oxford cloth shirts and Levi jeans.
judy is wearing a Union Bay denim jacket.
3. Popular clothes go with popular cars. These three NCHS students strike a
pose next to the shiny Ford Mustang. Bert Selman wears a Striped sweater and
dress pants, while Rob Dobson poses in his navy polo. Laura Williams wears an
oxford shirt, with a polo beneath, a tie, and blue jean jacket.
Grizzly Community Keeps Track of World EVents
19-24 Yearbook Camp - Wilmington Ohio
2 STYX Concert in Charleston
22 Rick Springfield Concert in Charleston
26-29 Cheerleading Camp
Majorettes at National Competition
10-15 Boys' Basketball Camp
2 Football starts
15 Girls' Basketball starts
8-13 Nicholas County Fair
20 22 Top and Sammy Hagar in Charleston
20-27 West Virginia State Fair
25-27 Underclass and Senior pictures taken
Exhibition football game at Charleston
1 First day of school
2 First football game - Pocahontas
4 Korean Airliner shot down by Russians
5 Labor Day
8 First girls' basketball game
First pep rally
Class rings ordered
10 Potato Festival
Loverboy Concert in Charleston
Rockin' Raft Race at Summersville Lake
1 WVU beats Pitt, 24 to 21!!!
10 Iron Maiden and Quiet Riot in Charleston
Freefare performs in NCHS auditorium
11 WVU ranked 144 in national football
16 Orioles Win World Series
22 161 Americans killed in Lebanon
24 Jessica Savitch, popular N BC newscaster killed in an automobile accident
Parent-Teacher conference at NCHS
First "English Fair" at NCHS
25 More bodies found in Lebanon; death toll reaches 215
Stevie Nicks and Joe Walsh Concert in Charleston
26 The Shakiest Gun in the West Vmovie! shown at NCHS
Six killed, 8 missing in Grenada
28 Magazine sales start
'Teens To Europe' dance at Teen Center
31 Spirit Week begins
First issue of the school paper
4 NCHS beats Richwood!!!
Football season ends
NCHS beats Richwood in Spirit Chain competition
11 Veterans Day - No school
15 Basketball practice begins
21 Thanksgiving Break
28 Yearbooks go on sale
18 Cheerleading Try-outs
23 Easter Vacation Begins
2 Magazine Assembly
3 Annual Christmas Parade in Summersville
6 Freaky Friday shown in auditorium
9 National Honor Society induction
12 Sewage problems cancel school until December 19
13 First wrestling match
17 First boys' basketball game
19 Return of "Compatibility Sheets"
23 Christmas vacation begins
JANUARY 1984 MAY 1984 -
3 Return to school 5 Bar1d Fesnval
10 The Kinks concert in Charleston 7 MEJOretteS Try-Out
12 NCHS library floods 11junior1Senior Prom
16 No school - SNOW 16 Sh0w Choir Concerts
18 No school - More snow! Senior privileges begin
19 No school - AND MORE SNOW! 17 Sports Banquet
22 Super BOW! XVIII - L.A. Raiders Win 18 Show ChOir
24 End of First Semester 19 State track meet
25 Lionel Richie concert in Charleston 21 Senior Awards Day
Second Semester Begins 22 Senior graduation practice
23 Last day for seniors
FEBRUARY 1984 Senior exams
3 Semester grades go out 28 Memorial Day 9 N 0 school
Zjazz Band 29 Concert Choir
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eo u om JUNE1984
5 Election Day
6 Underclass Exams
7 Last day for students
15 Last day for teachers
" Alumnus of 1965, Fain Miller, is playing the part of Mike Roy, Erica's
fiance? on All My Children
1 Senior ranking
5 Chorus Concert
9 Show Choir Concert
7 Sectional Tournaments
16 Regional Tournaments
21 State Basketball Tournaments
27 First day of Class Tournaments
27 Seniors see The Taming of the Shrew in Charlesron
30 Last day of Class Tournaments
If any NCHS student wanted to join a club, they had many
to choose from. Wood Rich and I decided to "check-out" what
it takes to join some of the organizations at Nicholas County
For just a few of the clubs, NCHS students were required to
dress up, obey orders from the old club members, or have some
type of required class as part of initiation.
The N icholas County High School Band, with approximately
100 members, plays an important part in keeping the students in
top Spirits. Besides marching in parades, the band competes in
competitions across the state, plays during town and school pep
meetings, and performs at half time at all football games and at
the home boys' basketball games.
It is the Nicholas Majorettes and Flag Corps members who
add that needed color to the band's performances at the pep
meetings and at halftime.
The award-winning majorettes qualified for the National
Majorette Competition by placing second and third in state
competition onjune 25, 1983. While competing with 120 other
groups from across the US. in North Carolina for the
Nationals, the NCHS majorettes came home with fourth and
fifth place awards.
Throughout the 198584 school year, the Nichlosean
yearbook staff stays busy taking pictures, writing copy, and
putting together the yearbook that will help us to remember all
the great times at NCHS.
While keeping their eyes and ears open for any news that
happens at school, the NCHS newsPaper staff stays busy all year
long publishing the Gold and Blue Record every other
Choir Plans Trip to Florida
Besides giving concerts, the NCHS Concert Choir,
under the direction of Mr. Wayne Halstead, participated
in "Music in our Schools" week, and the State Music
Convention in which they were selected as an honor
choir. Four students are also auditioning for WV All-
Members of the Concert Choir are: Row 1: Sherry Meadows, Todd Harris, Gina Staggs, Gerald Knight, Lori Evans, David Eddleman, Angie Moore, Kevin
Asbury, Amy Grose, Glenn Hypes, Vicki Neal, Wayne Rime, Leatha Shelton. Row 2: Anita Brown, Lovell Facemire, Teresa TayIOr, Mike Clackler, Martha
Bassett, Rick Cutlip, Dreama Holems,john Hellms, Connie Hypes,jerry Holleman, Robin Bryant,Jeff DeMoss, Cathy Spencer. Row 3: Vicky Stewart, Brian
Hoffman, Kim King, Greg Bennett, Lisa Barr, Harry Kelly, Lisa Kincaid, Mark Huffman, Diane Cook, Bryan McClung, Stephanie Truman, Scott Hanis, Brenda
Sturgill. Row 4: Tammy Hellms, Roy Bostic, Marlene GroseJamey Foster, Lynette Lucas, Scott Coleman, Michelle DeBord, Tim Harris, Danny Hannah, Abby
Willis, Tracy LuckyJudy Taylor, Nathan Hanshaw, Norscenia Perdue.
Page 28: 1. Mr. Wayne Halstead, choir director, plays while the choir practices for a content.
Page 29: 1. NCHS choir works hard perfecting a new song.
2. Singing solo is one of Tim Harris' favorite things to do.
3. Tammy Hellms and Kevin Asbury practice their dance techniques while singing at the same time.
The NCHS show choir is a selected group
of people who have to audition for a few
choice spots in the choir. Any concert choir
student wishing to try out must audition and
be approved by Mr. Wayne Halstead,
Besides doing concerts for the NCHS stu-
dent body, the NCHS show choir does
various community performances. On
February 18, they attended State Show Choir
Competition at Buckhannon-Upshur High
School. They also sang at Summersville
Place twice this past year. They give an an-
nual Christmas Concert to the public.
Pg. 30: 1. Some guys in the show choir practice their routine for a concert.
2. Mr. Wayne Halstead concentrates on being the best, that's why he makes the
show choir practice many long hours.
3. Kim King is shown putting her best foot forward.
4. The show choir practice one of their many routines that they do for an up-
Pg. 31: 1. Senior john Hellems takes time out from practice to pose for the
2. Sherry Meadows and Kevin Asbury take pride in doing their best for the
3. Before a concert, the show choir girls rehearse one moze time.
4. Show choir can be loads of fun as these members show you.
5. Members of the Show Choir are: Sitting: Angie Moore, Tammy Hellms, Vicki
Neal, Leatha Shelton, Martha Bassett, Diane Cook, Anita Brown, Norscenia
Perdue, Kim King, and Sherry Meadows. Standing are: Mark Comer, Todd
Harris, Scott Harris, Harry Kelly, Tim Harris, John Hellems, Tracy Lucky,
Lovell Facemire, Brian Hoffman, Kevin Asbury, and jeffy DeMoss.
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Band Places First at Cherry River F estiva
This year the NCHS Band consists of 75 members. It is
the 7th year since Mnjohn Paff has been the director, and
from his point of view, the band is improving greatly. "This
year has been the best ever," he says.
Through the course of the year the band will have per-
formed in 7 parades not to mention the many times they
have marched down Main Street for the pep rallies. They
also perform at the home basketball games and at the pep
meetings at school.
The band has won a number of awards this year in-
cluding: lst place at the Cherry River Festival, 3rd place at a
band competition in Weston, and they won trophies at a
competition at Gteenbrier East.
During concert season the band prepares for the various
concerts they will attend or give. This is a time that the
members of the band can practice with different instruments
and play different types of music.
1. MAJORETTES - Leatha Shelton, Gina Staggs, Angie Marsh iCo-Heady,
Penni Facemire iHeacD, Tammy Hopkins, Lori Keenan, Missy Griffin.
FLAG CORPS - Sherri Ellison iCaptaini, Vonda Barnhouse, Teresa Stover,
jeanette Thomas, Susan Key, Robin Truman, Bev Barnette, Debbie Love.
PERCUSSION e Keith Rogers, Brian McCiung, Wendy Loss, Lori Hypes,
David jones, Missy Hypes, Dwayne Tanner, William Long. Left Side: Front
Row: Lisa Bradshaw, Lori Sebert. Gaylene Pyles, Diana Grose, Laura Coff.
man, Kim Smith, Esterjohnson, Rebecca McMillion, Robexta Selman,jim-
my Shumate. Second Row: Peggy Phillips, Donna Hughes, Robbie Morris,
jon Groves, Tina MCClung, Larry Adkins. Third Row: B. J. Brown, Mark
Brown, Jeff Buckland, Kathy Phillips, Jody Shaffer, Brian Burke, Brian
Lewis. Right Side: Front Row: Toni Neal, Diane Hypes, Sherry Meadows,
Barbie King, Kim Ayers, Ruth Ramsey, Kim Beaver. Third Row: Mr. Paff,
Keith Ingalls, Belinda Corbitt, Debbie Tucker, David DeBoard, Terri
Rudsell, Sonya O'Dell, Michelle Beam.
2. Diane Hypes concentrates on nothing but her music while performing at
1. Missy Hypes does her best with the symbols for the band
at a football game.
2. Peggy Phillips marches down Main Street during the an-
nual Christmas Parade.
3. Some drummers for the band take time out to clown
around before performing at halftime.
4. Vicki Neal and Martha Robinson take a break after a
long day of marching.
Page 54, L Jamie Foster and David DeBord wait patiently to perform at
2. During the town pep meetings, NCHS Band members express their spirit by
wearing blue and gold colors when matching in the parades.
3. Robbie Morris is always cool when he marches in the band'.
4. Sherry Meadows concentrates on staying in step during the annual Potato
Festival parade. 4-
5. Preparing to perform at halftime the band marches around the track.
Page 35, 1. Roberta Selman and Esterjohnson pay attention to Mr.
Past directing at a performance in town.
2. There's a lot of chaos before a parade but William Long looks as
if he s in total control.
3. Marian Herndon and Belinda Corbitt march down Main Street
with the band.
4. Kim Beaver and Tammy Bell lead the band by carrying the ban-
ner that says it all!
Flag Corps Finishes Fourth Year
Page 36: Picture 1. Susan Key and Beverly Barnett take time out for some
fun before a football game.
2. Beverly Barnett performs a routine on the Courthouse lawn at the Potato
3. Sheri Ellison and Teresa Stover wait for the parade to begin.
4Jeanette Thomas marches with her flag through the Potatoe Festival.
Page 37: 1. Some flag corps members "carry on" while waiting for halftime.
2. Robin Truman performs on the Courthouse lawn at the annual Christmas
3. Debbie Love stands perfectly still before the flag corps performance
This makes the Flag Corps' 4th year at NCHS. They
add color to the band by their designed outfits and flags.
They begin practicing at the beginning of the summer
and perform at all the football games, pep rallies, parades,
and several basketball games.
The corps consist$ 0f 8 members. This year they are:
Head - Sheri Ellison, Co-Head - Teresa Stover, Debbie
Love, Vonda Barnhouse, Susan Key, Beverly Barnett,
jeanette Thomas, and Robin Truman.
ajorettes Place 4th and 5th in N ationals!
Being an NCHS Majorette may be fun, but many
long hours and hard work are put in. Injune when the
other students look forward to their summer break
these girls Start practice for the next school year.
They support NCHS by performing during halftime
at football games, school pep meetings, town pep
meetings and in parades.
In the summer, the girls went to the Smith
Walbridge Camp for majorettes and received the
Most Improved award out of all the schools there.
june 25, the Majorettes traveled to the Drum Ma-
jorettes of America State competition in Mineral
Wells, WV. They placed 2nd in the High School team
and 3rd in the dance-twirl competition.
On August 6th and 7th they went to the Drum Ma-
jorettes of America National Competition in Boiling
Springs, North Carolina. They received 4th place
award for the High School competition and 5th place
for the strutt Team.
Page 38, 1A The NCHS Majorettes enjoyed dressing up as elves dur-
ing the Christmas Parade. They are: Penni Facemire, Angie Marsh.
Leatha Shelton, Tammy Hopkins, Lori Keenan, Missy Griffin, and
2. Angie Marsh. Penni Facemire and Leatha Shelton perform during
a. pep meeting.
3. Tammy Hopkins enjoys performing during halftime at Football
4. Leatha Shelton and Lori Keenan love to perform but sometimes
you just got to take a break!
5. Penni Facemire leads the majorettes in a routine at a pep meeting.
Page 39, 1. Penni Facemire smiles as she ends a routine.
2. Missy Griffin experiences her First year as an NCHS Majorette
while performing during halftime at a football game.
3. Leatha Shelton watches the rest of the parade after she finished
This year the FHA club has expanded to FHIVHERO.
FHAiHERO - Future Homemakers of AmericaiHome
Economics Related Occupations because two boys have joined.
The club has been open for anyone in the past but this is the first
year any bOy has chosen to join.
FHAiHERO has been active this year. They made projects at
Christmas for the teachers. They had a Christmas party and elected
officers. The club also made plans to honor the senior members
with awards in the spring.
Page 40, 1. FHAiHERO members this year are: 1st Row: Teresa Harlow,janie
Stewart,jill Hughes, Lisa McKinney, Brenda Sturgill, and Connie Corbin. 2nd
Row: Advisor Mrs. Pugh, Larry Lavancher, Kelly James, Wanda McCIanhan,
Lydia Burkholder, Beth Fosters 3rd Row: Sharon Dodrill, Manervia Cooper,
Sherry Hellms, and Advisor Mrs. Berry.
2. FHIVHERO Officers for 83-84 are: Vice President - Connie Corbitt,
Secretary e- Cindy Sebert, President e Lisa McKinney, Vice President of Na-
tional and State Projects -Jill Hughes. 2nd Row: Reporter -janie Stewart,
Treasurer - Teresa Harlow, and Historian - Brenda Sturgill.
3. Wanda McClanhan and Manervia Cooper enjoy some snacks at the Club's
4. Lisa McKinney pours herself some punch at the FHIVHERO Christmas party.
Teaching Summersville Grade School students, and selling Falor
Mints and Caramel Clusters were a couple of the activities
sponsored by the Future Teachers of America this year.
Students in this club also help the faculty by grading papers and
substitute teaching. The future teachers gain points for
membership by doing this work.
Sponsored by Mrsjudy Sparks, Future Teachers of America
learn skills and gain experience in the education field.
1. Front Row: Angie IrvingJoanne Williams, Sherry Meadows, Mrs. Sparks, Deloris
Turley, Angie Hall, Sandy Butler. Second Row: Barbara Martin, Marlene Grose,
Sherri Sparks, Cathy Smith, Dawn Lilly, Wendy Selbe.
2. Left to Right: Malene Grose, Sherry Meadows e Secretary, Cathy Smith -
3. Sherri Sparks asks Mrs. Sparks when the next meeting will be held.
4. Cathy Smith tries her hand at teaching.
5. Sherry Meadows takes toll in English class.
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Garden Club Keeps
This year's Garden Club worked hard on many projects. Their
workshops started in September with the making of cloth flowers for the
senior citizens in the hospital. Every year during the Holiday season,
Christmas ornaments are made for the teachers. This year's ornaments
were walnuts painted to look like strawberries. The girls made bunny rab-
bits out of baby food jars and filled them with candy to take to the senior
citizens at Easter. Along with these projects they plant flowers in front of
the school and the hospital.
The bird feeder, which is located off the patio at the end of the school
was donated this past year by the Garden Club.
The 1983-84 Officers for the Garden Club this year are: President -
Michelle Field, Vice President - Penni Facemire, Secretary - Winnie
Martin, and Treasurer Ann Brady.
Page 42, 1. This year the 1983-84 Garden Club members are: lst Row: Gina Staggs, Sheri
Bowels, Cindy Sebert, Sara Dooley and Kim Ardeni 2nd Row: Tammy Bell, Dee Dee Racer,
Winnie Martin, Teresa Adkins, Patti justice, and Anita Keith. 3rd Row: Advisor Mrs.
Rosemary Drennen, B. J. Brown, Stephanie Truman, Lynn Butler. Michelle Underwood,
Wendy Loss, and Ann McCoviak.
2. Senior Girls sit around and that during a Christmas party for the Garden Club.
3. The rest of the 83-84 Garden Club members are: lst Row: Rachel Lamb, Mary Beime,
Mandy Farthing, Deborah Burks, Tammy Hopkins. 2nd Row: Kim King, Lora Taylor, Lori
Keenan, Leatha Shelton, Ann Brady, Lisa McKinney, and Karen Boggess, 3rd Row: Cindy
Bush, Lisa Rader, Cheryl Stover, Melinda Bond, Paula McCoy, Lee Skoczen, Michelle Field,
and Penni Facemire.
4. Lynn Butler works very hard on a wreath at one of the Christmas workshops.
N ursing Responsibilities
Candy Stripers are a group of N.C.H.S. girls who do voluntary
work at Summersville Memorial Hospital. After an orientation by
Mrs. Mary Stalnaker, Nursing director at Summersville Memorial
Hospital, the girls can be a lot of help. They F111 water pitchers, help
clean rooms, Cheer up patients, run errands and learn the respon-
sibilities of Nursing. The girls get no money for their long hours,
the work is purely voluntary. They do receive free meals while
When a Candy Striper completes 50 hours of voluntary services
she is awarded a Cap. After 100 hours she receives a pin. Caps and
pins are provided by Mt. Azalea Garden Club, the club's sponsor.
Mrs. Rosemary Drennen is the faculty advisor.
1. Mrs. Rosemary Drennen adviser for the club has a desk full of work to do.
2. Keeping a patient company is a lot of fun for Tammy Hopkins.
3. Roberta Selmon stays busy as she fills water pitchers.
4. Roberta Selmon and Tammy Hopkins discuss their afternoon duties.
Office workers help to keep things running smoothly
in the office. They pick up absence slips and run errands
for teachers and secretaries. They help with filing, typing,
the mail, and selling lunch tickets. They do all the odds
and ends that need to be done.
1. Front row: Michelle Underwood,jennifer Fryer, Vicki Hancock, Sara
Dooley, BJ. Brown. Back row: Dawn Lilly, Sharon Dodrill, Debra But-
cher, Wendy Seibe, Connie johnson.
2. Office workers this year are: Dawn Lilly, Wendy Selbe, Connie
johnson, Michelle Underwood, Vicki Hancock, B J. Brown, Sara
Dooley,jennifer Pryor, Sharon Dodrill, and Debra Butcher.
3. Everyone gets disgusted with their boss as Vicki Hancock and Connie
4. What is that around Michelle Underwood's neck? A wreath?
The Library Club is an organization formed to help
students learn the basics of library work and to assist
Miss Butcher, the school librarian.
Throughout the year the assistants check books in
and out, organize magazines and quiet loud students.
Last April Vonda Barnhouse was elected State Presi-
dent for the State Conference this year. The Con-
ference, held March 29 to the Slst at Cedar Lakes, will
consist of 4 workshops, a guest speaker, and entertain-
ment. Because Vonda was elected president she had
to prepare plans for the conference in March.
To take a break from the hectic work, the club goes
bowling in the fall, and in the Spring they go on a
Page 45: 1. Library Club consists of Front Row: Marlene Grose,
Tammy Hellms, janie Grose, Sam Marton, Lisa Dodrill. Middle
Row: Libraxian, Mrs. Butcher, Annette Keenan,-jay Nowak, Lori
Meadows, Lisa Bradshaw, Mary Spinx. Back Row: Clifford Bennet,
Donnie McClung, Vonda Barnhouse, Jimmie Williams, Mark
Board, Sonja McClung, Anitia Brown, Tom Sigman, Anitia
2. Mrs. Butcher takes time out from her busy work to his her nails.
3. After the ceiling in the library fell because of frozen water pipes
the library assistants had to Save the Books!
4. Annette Keenan assists a boy in checking out a book.
FBLA has been one of the most active clubs at NCHS.
In October, they had a Halloween costume party. The
members who attended came dressed in wild and scary
outfits. On November 17, they had a covered dish dinner
for Thanksgiving. Both parties were held at the high
school. During the Christmas season FBLA members
purchased gifts for the needy Children at Muddlety Grade
School. They also sold Kit-n-Kaboodle gifts to raise
money for scholarships for the senior members of the
FBLA made it possible for the members with a
business mind to compete in sectional and state
competition at Concord State College and Marshall
University. All FBLA clubs can enter if they choose to.
In February the Club had a Valentine dinner. And in
the Spring FBLA planned to take a field trip to visit a
For the 1983-84 year the club consists of 81 members.
The officers are: President e Kim Clemens, Vice
President - Kim Arden, Secretary - Mary Beitne, and
Treasurer - Sheri Beam.
Page 46: 1, Members of the 1983-84 FBLA Club are: 15t Row: Sara Dooley, Cathy Hughes. Dawn Bell. Vicki
Hancock. Penny Morris, Susie johnson. Kelly Dorsey. Tammy Hopkins, Sheri Bowles, Kim Arden. 2nd
Row: Beth Foster. Connie Hypes. Melinda Hayes, Michelle Scott, Tammy Hanshaw. Denise Smith. Michelle
Clevenger. Paula McCoy. Penni Morris.Judy Williams. Lora Taylor. 3rd Row: Advisor Mrs. Gtoves,judy
Woods, Batbnta MartinJanie Grose. Maria Argento. Lisa Collins. Norma Hanshaw, Lisa Bond. Sheri Sparks. Teri
Smith. Lora Wilhams. 4th Row: Advisor Mrs. Taylor. Teri Davis. Lora Conley. ConnicJohnson, Anita Keith, Ginger
Radar. Karen Hypes. Brenda Tinncl. Stephanie Truman. Barbie King. Adviser - Mrs. Roberts. 5th Row: jamie
Foster. Dawn Lily.John GIOVCL Mikv: RichardsJudy Taylor. and Adviser h Mrs. Dusky,
1 Row 1: Cindy Bush, Leatha Shelton, Cindy Sebert, Mary Beime. Patti Justice. Winnie Martin. Cathy
Brown, Tammy Bell 2nd Row: Christy Vines, Michelle Underwood. Penni Facemlre. Lori Keenan, Mandy
Farthing, Rachel Lamb, Beth Basham, Mary Frontino, Sheri Beam. Aimee Talerico. Mandy Foster, Dee Dee
Racer, Kim Clemmens. Debbie Dooley and Annette Keenan.
s.sheti Beam and Mrst Taylor rush to organize the boxes of Kit-n-Kaboodle that FBLA sold at Christmas.
4. Mary Beitne seems as if her mind is wandering to far away places at the Halloween party for FBLAt
Page 47: 1. Ma Kettle tMichelle Clevengco tells Pa hMichelle Underwoodt that that's a NO, NO.
2. Advisor Mrs. Taylor got a bit wet after she dunkcd for an apple at the Halloween party,
1 Sara Dooley gets the apple of her choice.
4. FBLA members pose in their Halloween costumes while taking : btcak from eating. They are: Leatha Shelton, Kim
Arden. Sara Doolcy. Michelle Clevengcr. Michellc Underwood, 2rd Tctti Russcll.
Athletic Department Depends on N ine Club
Nine Club is a group of girls, sponsored by Mrs.
Marguerite Halstead, who devote much of their time helping
with school activities. They take up tickets at all home foot-
ball and basketball games. To raise money for the Nine Club
they sell mums for the Homecoming Game. They also take
donations from local merchants in order to present the foot-
ball and basketball teams with treats at Christmas and Hallo-
ween. These girls are Chosen during their Sophomore year '
according to academic achievement and personality. 1'
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1. Nine Club member Kathy Keiper takes up tickets at the Richwood game.
2. Tammy Bell and Dee Dee Racer help raise money f9: the athletic depart-
ment by selling NCHS hats and T-shirts.
3. Angie Bailes, president of Nine Club, takes her tum working at the Brax-
Front Row: Mandy Foster, Angie Bailes, Kim Clemens, and Sherrie Beam. Back Row: B. J. Brown, Kathy Keiper, Tammy Bell, Sponsor Mrs. Marguerite
Halstead, Dee Dee Racer, and Annette Keenan.
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1. One of the responsibilities of being 3 Nine Club member is to sell programs
and take up tickets. This is demonstrated by Mandy Foster.
2. Kim Clemens takes time to make up a working schedule for the Nine Club
The NCHS National Honor Society is a service organization that
students with scholastic and leadership abilities are Chosen by the
faculty and inducted into the club their senior year. To be eligible,
students must have a 9296 grade average, a 9096 conduct grade
average, and be active in many activities.
Some duties that the National Honor Society members perform
are: working in the concession stand during home football and
boys' basketball games, and showing parents around at the patent-
Scholarships are awarded to the deserving senior members at the
end of the school year.
1. Mrs. Sharon Roberts makes popcorn during a home
boys' basketball game.
2. Sherrie Beam makes one of her customers an "RC" at a
home basketball game.
3. At one of the basketball games, Vicki Neal and Tim Har-
ris discuss how much they were told to sell the merchandise
44 Members of the National Honor Society are: Front Row:
Scott Harris, Angie Bailes, Mandy Foster, Pam Hanshaw,
Tim Harris. Second Row: Kim Clemens, Donna Hughes,
Martha Bassett, Christy Vines, jennifet Pryor, Mandy Far-
' thing. Third Row: Alice Hayes, Kim Arden, Vickie Neal,
Lenora Taylor, Peggy Phillips, Michelle Field, Maggie Crab-
tree. Fourth Row: Kevin Ward, Keith Ingels, Ann Brady,
Sherrie Beam, Lora Connell, Donna Duffleld, Penni
Facemite, Cathy Smith, Andrew Talkington tpresidenQ.
DECA Members Practice Marketing Skills
DECA, short for Distributive Education Clubs of
America, is a relatively new club at NCHS. Ms. Kathy
Wilson, sponsor, has members stay active by selling
candy, tumblers, and other items to help send DECA
members to competition throughout West Virginia
and neighboring states. Approximately twenty
members go to state DECA competition in Charleston
each spring in March.
1. Club Members are: ls: Row: Patrick Chapman,joe Donaldson,
Ms. Kathy Wilson, club sponsor;John Groves. Second Row: Tam-
my Mullens, Brad Neff, TJ. Gregory, Kevin Gr0ves, Kevin Huff-
man, Susan Key. Third Row: Steve Hughes, Danny Nutter, Rodney
Blankenship, Pam Rose, Gidget Baker, Delores Turley. Fourth
' Row: Kathy Johnson, Renee Parkins, Chrissy Garbutt, Tommy
Bryant,Jill Hughes, Connie Bailes, Kathy Keiper. Fifth ROW: Kelly
DOrsey, Sherri Sparks, Lora Taylor, and Lou Vickers.
2. Club Members are: First Row: Lisa Brown, Kim Ayers, Martha
Bassett. Ginger Rader, Donna Duffleld, Brenda Tinnel. Second
Row: Cindy Rose, Sherry Meadows, Cindy Harrison, Connie Cor-
bitt, Missy Young. Third Row: Tina Bosely, Lisa Brown, Lisa Tin-
ney, Debbie Case, Gerald Knight, Eugene Thomas, Bert Selman.
Fourth Row: Clifford Bennett, Stew Chapman, John Hamon,
3. Ms. Kathy Wilson's dynamic personality keeps DECA running
4. TJ. Gregory and Diane Hypes show their enthusiasm in DECA
by putting up a bulletin board.
5. Officers for DECA are: Front Row: Kathy Keiper, Brenda Tinnel,
Tammy Mullens. Back Row: Martha Bassett, Eugene Thomas,
French Club Begins With New Sponsor
The French Club will be forming 2nd semester. They will plan
activities and elect officers. Some of the fund raising activities will
be to sell Candy, have bake sales and to wash cars. They are under a
new advisor Mr. Benjamin Muto. He is also the new French
1. Teacher Mr. Benjamin Muto shows his class a new French magazine.
2. Rebecca McMillion and Tammy Hopkins ask jim Hamilton and Rusty Nichols
their opinion on a French meeting. I
3. Front Row: Angie Hall, Sherri Keenan, Penni Morris, Lisa Pierson, Tammy
Vance, Tammy Hopkins, Sherry Meadows. Second Row: Tom King, Diana Grose,
Lisa Nicholas,judy Canaday, Rebecca McMillion, Christi Garbutt, Mike Clackler,
PAL Club Prove Pets Are Lovable
The PAL TPets Are LovableT Club, again this year,
raised money to help and support the Nicholas County
Humane Society. The club belongs to the Animal Protec-
tion Institute and participates in "Be Kind to Animals
Week." The club may also go to the grade schools to
have the students draw their favorite animal. The PAL
Club was organized by Mrs. Rebecca Dilley. The club
members are: Donna Shaffer, president; David Nichols,
Kendra Williams, Timjarret, Debbie Archer, David Deal,
juanta Nichols, and jeanie Dorsey.
1. Club Members Left to Right arezjuanita Nichols,jeanie Dorsey, Debbie
Archer, Donna Shaffer, and David Deal.
2. Club Members Left to Right are: David Nichols, Kendra Williams, and
5. PAL Club sponsor Rebecca Dilley shows a magazine to her Club
4. Debbie Archer, Donna Shaffer, and Tim jarrett put seeds in the bird
5. The PAL Club members ride in the potato festival parade on their
News Staff Gains
The Gold and Blue Retard newspaper staff has a lot
of fun throughout the year, but they do a lOt of hard
work too. They learn the basics of writing stories,
designing layouts, and editing and proofreading. They
also learn how to sell ads. When it comes to a
deadline, the staff really has to buckle down and get
their stories, ads, and any pictures they need in.
In the Spring after the newspapering has been
mastered, Ms. Hershman teaches the staff the basics
of designing the yearbook.
Page 54: 1. The Gold and Blue staff for 83-84 includes:
Front Row: Michele Keaton, Lynn Butler, Winnie Mar-
tin, Michelle Field, Patti justice, Janie Stewart, Cheryl
Stover. 2nd Row: Tom Sigman, Brad Ritchie. Back
Row: Ann Brady, Mary Frontino, Kelly Tucker, Grant
Bishop, and Lori Milan.
2. Front Row: Tom Bailey, Bobby Pierson, Connie
Bailes, Tammy Nichols,Jamie Hines. Back Row: Cathy
Keenan, judy Canaday, Melinda Hayes, Angie Savage,
Michelle DeBord, Martha HannaJeanie Dorsey.
3A'For the Christmas parade, some members of the staff
participated in marching down Main Street to help sup-
port the Humane Society. The elves, tMichele Keaton,
and Lynn Butle0 guide the reindeer tPattijustice and
Winnie Martinh down the road. - I
4. "Oh, No! That's wrong!" exclaims Kelly Tucker as
Brad Ritchie tries to lay out the sports page for the
Yearbook Staff Races
to Meet Deadlines
Chaos! Toral Chaos! is what the 1983-84 yearbook staff is,
hespecially when it gets close to a deadlineN Ms. Margaret Her-
shman, the advisor says she will go crazy, but somehow, someway,
the staff always manages to come through! The work they do is
sometimes very difficult. They take and choose pictures, design
layouts and write cepy and captions.
In the spring after the last deadline has been taken care of, the
staff begins planning next year's book.
Page 55: 1. The 83-84 Yearbook Staff consists of: Is: Rowzjames Corbitt, Greg
Bish0p,'Tim Comer, Tom Sigman. 2nd Row: Beth Neff, Christy Vines, Winnie Mar-
tin. 3rd Row: Sara Dooley, Alice Hayes, Cathy Grizzell, Paula McCoy, and Kim
2. During summer vaCation at Ms. Hershman's house, Steve Copeland thinks of
ideas for the upcoming yearbook.
3. When Cathy Grizzell becomes frustrated over yearbook deadlines she resorts to
chewing on grease pencils.
4. Michelle Field checks out some pictures for the yearbook.
Leo Active in
The Leo Club is a civil organization sponsored by the
Summersville Lion's Club. Leo members work during the
Potato Festival, sponsor an Easter egg hunt for the com-
munity, and have a community Halloween party.
Rewards for Leo Club members are scholarships which
are awarded to deserving senior members. The fifteen select
members are Chosen by Damon Hanshaw, Leo Club
1. Mr. Damon Hanshaw, Leo Club sponsor, works
on annual Easter egg hunt plans
2. First Row: Martha Robinson, Angie Marsh,
Kristine McCue, Annette Keenan, and Tracy
Lucky. Second Row: Mike Richards, Rebecca
McMillion, Jimmie Williams, Robert Shaffer, and
Mark Board. Third Row: Mary Cline, Barbara King,
Sandy Gray, Sherri Sparks, and Steven Reed.
3. Martha Basset: and Angie Marsh make plans for
the annual Nicholas County Potato Festival six mile
4.jimmy Williams makes plans for the Leo Club to
meet with the Summersville Lions Club.
Local History Play
Thespians, the high school drama grOup, study acting techniques
and stage production in their meetings. This year the group's largest
commitment was producing Midniglzt Crusade, a drama written by
club advisor Damon Hanshaw. The play follows the story of two girls
murdered by Indian raiders in the 1800's.
1. Letting emotions show is part of good acting. Here a drama club member
demonstrates her anguish.
2. Tony Hess practices his scalping technique for his upcoming part as an Indian
murderer in Midnight Crumde.
5. Practicing their lines over and over is how an actor lives his part. Tommy Bryant prac-
' tices during his lunch hour.
Thespian members for the 1984 year are,
Front Row: Rebecca McMiIIion, Angie
Marsh, Kristine McCue. Second Row:
David Hanks, Gaylene Pyles, Sheri Bowles,
Lydia Burkholder. Third Row: Gary Welch,
Shelly Brady, Sarah Morton, Penny Morris.
Back Row: Beth Foster, Rhonda Brown,
and Michelle Beam
Bummers! Bummers! Bummers! l
vHaving to work on the night of the dance.
'lSpending the day washing your car and it rains that night.
tWaking up to 4 inches of snow and the radio announcer says, "There will
be school in Nicholas Co. today!"
mAccepting a babysitting job and have the guy you've liked all year finally
ask you our.
'KNOI doing your homework just this one time because your History teacher
never checks it, and this time he does.
hWorking for hours to finish your report and leaving it on the kitchen table.
lEvery Monday morning!
'lPlanning a long, fun weekend with your friends and no one Can get the car.
alRain on Senior Skip Day.
llGoing back to bed after the alarm rings for just one more minute, and you
wake up an hour later.
tGoing to the closet and all your jeans are dirty because you left them
stuffed behind the bed.
'KBuying something expensive, and it goes on sale the next day.
tRunning 55 yds. for a touchdown and Find out there was a flag on the play.
tGoing t0 the store to buy a new bathing suit in the middle of the summer,
and all the stores have out is their new line of winter clothes.
$Leaving your favorite hang-out when the person you went to see is just
tBelow zero weather and several inches of snow on Saturday.
Winding out there's no school after you are already dressed and ready to go.
tGetting caught making out in the halls!
'lBeing late for class and having to get an admit.
'Senior term papers!
'Breaking up with your boylgirl friend and seeing them with someone else.
Wlaving a test in every Class all on the same day.
tComing to school the day after you get a permanent.
'tWhen your parents work at your school and know everything you do.
tWhen your parents hate the person you're in love with.
tHaving a runner in your hose.
mForgetting to zip your pants.
tOpening your locker and having all your books fall out.
'KHavlng to take a test on your lunch hour.
Every sporting activity in which a Nicholas student
participates is considered to be a special event for the
Nicholas student body, faculty, and the community. Before
the 1983-84 school year began,jack Lumber and I were able
to sneak into the school and get our hands on one of the
coaches' sports' calenders. With the given dates we knew
when the football, basketball, golf and wrestling practices
Football practice began early in August. We stood back
and watched as over 45 guys piled onto the field for their
first hot, grueling day of practice. When their season finally
began, all those hours of practice paid off. The football team
finished with a winning season of six wins and only four
As the Girls' Basketball season progressed with a
victorious season, the attendance at each game increased. In
each game the Grizzly Gals demonstrated what it took to
make a prize team with their dribbling and shooting skills.
For the first time in history the Nicholas Golf Team
began their season in the falljack Lumber and I hid behind
some of the pine trees at Nicholas County Memorial Park
and watched as the golf team competed in a match against
Richwood. Even though the golf team was small in number
and had only three returning lettermen, the team finished
with seven victories.
November 15, the Boy's Basketball Team began practice
everyday after school. ApprOXimately 35 bOys went out for
the team and 21 were accepted. To improve their basketball
I skills the team lifted weights, ran laps in the gym and
participated in "jazzercise."
Making sure no One discovered our presence,jack
Lumber and I attended the first practice of the Nicholas
Wrestling Team on November 15. As we watched the team
we detected a dedication that could make this group of boys
a coach's dream.
When our detective work on the sporting activities finally
ended, we came to the conclusion that each NCHS team
contained those needed ingredients to have a victorious
Varsity Cheerleaders Strive
for MoreSchool Spirit
2. The Varsity Cheerleaders do "Up and down cheer" at the Pocahontas Pep
3. Varsity Cheerleaders build a pyramid at a town pep meeting.
4. The cheerleaders try to keep up the spirit despite the freezing cold rain.
1. Head cheerleader Arm Brady does "VICTORY" for the seniors during class competition.
2. Senior Michelle Field, co-head cheerleader, cheers during a town pep meeting.
3. At the first town pep meeting, Cathy Grizzell does "We're Heading For Success."
4'. During a home football game, Senior Mary Beirne salutes the flag while the National Anthem is
5. Mandy Farthing stretches out to warm up for a pep meeting.
6. Rachel Lamb takes a break during halftime.
7. Mary Frontino shouts, "Wait for me" as the rest of the cheerleaders start without her.
8. During halftime, Deborah Burks takes a drink.
junior Varsity Cheerleaders
Double Their Responsibilities
junior Varsity cheerleaders are: Left to Right: Angie Powell, Cathy Brown, Marta Brown, Aimee Talerico tHeadL Tammy Mullens tCmHeadl Annie Mackovich,
Wendy Loss, and Rhoda Brown.
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1. The junior varsity cheerleaders tide through the
Homecoming Parade. Head Cheerleader, Aimee Talerico
was unable to cheer because she was representing the
sophomore class as Homecoming Princess.
2. Before a home basketball game, the junior varsity prac-
tice one of their stunts that they will do during the game.
3, At a homej.V. football game the junior varsity do one of
their many cheers that they do to boost the spirit of the
1. Sephomore Marta Brown hopes the Grizzlies
make a basket.
2. Not feeling well, Rhoda Brown sits Out the rest
of thej.V. football game.
3. Angie Powell Cheers on the Grizzlies while play-
ing at Braxton County.
44 Cheering can be lots of fun as sophomore Cathy
Brown can show you.
5. Cheering for the Grizzlies, Wendy Loss cheers at
a home girls' basketball game.
6.junior Tammy Mullens shows her spirit at aj.V.
7. Head J.V. cheerleader Aimee Talerico watches as
the Braxton cheerleaders do a Stunt.
Cheerleaders Change From
Three Squads to Two Squads
To eliminate competition among the three previous
squads iVarsity, junior Varsity and Girls' Basketball
Cheerleaders; School Officials decided to have two squads,
Varsity and Junior Varsity. Each squad has eight
cheerleaders, this enables the squads to do more and have
Both squads had to raise money for new uniforms and for
camp. They went to town businesses asking for donations, 1
had car washes, and also bake sales.
The 83-84 varsity squad attended camp at Randolph-
Macon Women's College in Virginia. They received 4 blue
ribbons, 4 spirit sticks, and they were to compete in the
Award of Excellence run-off.
The junior varsity squad attended camp at W.V. Weslyan
College, but only 3 girls out of 8 could attend. They were
awarded 2 red ribbons, and one spirit stick.
After returning from camp, both squads started practicing
every day to prepare for their first game.
1. The varsity squad shows their spirit by yelling chants through
the homecoming parade.
2.junior varsity squad ride through the homecoming parade to
show their Spirit.
3. Before the homecoming game against Valley, the varsity
cheerleaders snuggle close to keep warm.
4. The junior varsity watch the varsity squad do their dance
routine during a summer practice.
5. At Richwood, the varsity squad and jill Hughes show off
their trephy that NCHS won by having the longest spirit chain.
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Mat Maids Raise Wrestling Spirit
Matmaids raise wrestling spirit by making
posters and giving the team parties. At the
home matches the matmaids serve drinks
and fruit to the wrestlers of both teams. t
They also run the clock, keep score, and col-
lect money at the door -for admission. The t
six matmaids are: Belinda Corbitt, Katie Col- t
lins, Lee Skoczen, Stephanie Hellems, Beth
Neff, and Heather jenkins. They are chosen
by wrestling coachJohn Lewis, and sponsor,
1. The 1983-84 Matmaids are: Front Row: Katie Collins,
Lee Skoczen, Stephanie Hellems. Back Row: Belinda
Corbitt, Heatherjenkins, and Beth Neff.
2. Beth Neff and Heatherjenkins make posters before a
3. Katie Collins and Lee Skoczen take up money before
4. Making posters is a lot of fun as senior Lee Skoczen
5. Belinda Corbin makes a poster to raise the wrestling
A Day in the Life
There is more to being a coach at Nicholas County High School
than meets the public eye. Long, hard hours of practice are put into
the formation of a team. Then it comes time to put all the training,
drills, and coaching to the test as each Grizzly team begins their
When the team is having a victorious season, a coach is always
praised, supported and loved by the community. But if the team is
having a slow season, the coach must Carry the burden of having his
team and himself ignored and hated.
It is a coach's duty to see that each member of his team carries his
own load, but more important - that they work as a team. Every
NCHS coach takes it upon himself to see that their plays will give
them a victory over the opposing team. He must make up the team's
schedule, plays, and even some quick strategy when it looks as if the
team is facing defeat.
When a problem arises within the team, everyone is affected; the
team, the coach, and even his family. But when it comes time for the
Grizzlies to perform, every NCHS coach takes it upon himself to see
that all problems are set aside till after the game.
As the season draws to a close, every coach can look back and
remember each game e whether it was a victory or a defeat. He
remembers each play, the attendance of the community but more im-
portant, he remembers the formation of his "team!"
Page 68: 1. The Grizzly match against the Richwood Lumberjacks has NCHS wrestling
coachjohn Lewis sitting on the edge of his seat.
2. Besides coaching the girls' basketball team, Miss Karen King organized volleyball
games which were played at noon over a period of several weeks. She put in long hours
of hard work drawing up a schedule and lining the court.
3.junior varsity basketball coach, Mr. Mark Redden gives his team some last minute ad-
vice before they go onto the court.
Page 69: 1. Besides spending a lot of time hitting golf balls off of the tees at Nicholas
County Memorial Golf Course, Nicholas golf coach, Mnjoe Dooley spends a lot of
class periods teaching students how to maneuver a cat.
2. During a time-out, Varsity basketball coach, C. W. Powell gives Greg Bishop an of-
fensive play that will put the Grizzlies in a seven point lead over the Midland Trail
3. Before a pep meeting, head football coach, Randy Rutherford awaits the arrival of the
4. Football coaches Mark Redden, Randy Rutherford. and his daughter Megan, spend
the evening watching a wrestling match.
of 21 Nicholas Coach
There are always some people who get all the praise and
glory for the parts they play in helping with activities and
sporting events, but there are those who are "Behind the
Scenes" who get very little recognition.
Some students at NCHS use a class period to act as a
teacher's aide. just a few of their responsibilities include
grading papers, running errands and putting up bulletin
There are also those who stay behind the scenes at sport-
ing events who take up money and tickets, run the clock,
help manage the team, and do the statistical work.
People Behind the Scene
ou ty High School
Page 70: 1. While taking up money at a home basketball game, Mrs.
Rosemary Drennen rushes to pick up her spilled popcorn before anyone
2. After a basketball game, Michelle Underwood retraces her statistics
hoping to find her error.
SJamie Foster helps run the clock during a Grizzly game.
4. During the basketball game, Beverly Barnett and Belinda Corbin sell
programs and Grizzly tee-shirts.
Page 71: 1. junior Varsity players, Kelly Tucker, Brad Ritchie, Alan
Wharton, andjim Bailes help keep the stats for the varsity game.
2. Miss Sandy Duskey helps distribute admission tickets at a home
3. After finishing his errands, Gary Young, manager of the NCHS
basketball team Funds time to watch the Grizzlies in action.
4. Barbara Martin, a teacher's aid helps take the bulletin board down.
Grizzlies Finish With Second
Consecutive Winning Season
Although senior dominated, the 1983 Grizzlies were at a
disadvantage because of the players lack of experience on
the varsity squad. A 6-4 record gave the Grizzlies a 2nd con-
secutive winning season.
The season will leave good memories for the seniors, not
to mention the whole team. The overtime homecoming win
against Valley and the defeat of arch rival Richwood were
the highlights of the football year.
Coach Randy Rutherford after his 5th season at NCHS was
very pleased with the football team. Coach Rutherford com-
mented, "We accomplished some of the team goals we had
set in August. Most of all, I was proud of our football
players. Each accepted his role on the team and gave
everything he had to our program. Our Seniors will be
missed. They have the privilege of ending their careers with a
win over Richwood and I couldnt be happier for them.
Thanks to our student body for all their support." I
1. During the summer practice, Coach Rutherford, and manager James
Caldwell help Steve Deal fix his helmet.
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Front Row: Robert Starcher, Donnie Boley, Danny Marks, john Hamon, Scott Clevenger, Bill Persinger, Mike Altizer, Newt McCutcheon,
Bruce McClung, Tim Lewis, George Kincaid. Second Row: Steve Copeland, Rocky Roberts, Greg Bishop, Mark Rader,joe Cardullo, Ronnie
Cleary, Alan Wharton, Kevin Huffman, Bob Marsh,jay Boley, Kenny Keenan, Brian Stone. Third Row: Mark Board, Mike Clevenger, Glenn
Hypes,jon Fleming, Mark Collins, Rick Hughes, Tom Lawson, Dwayne O'Dell, Bob Hughes,joe Schemjoe Adams, Andrew Cox. Last Row:
james Caldwell, Walter Shafer, Buddy Dempsey, David Spencer,jim Bailes, Ronnie Proctor, Bobby Tallamy, Bill Young,john Ellison, David
Meadows, Rusty Nichols, Steve Deal. Coaches - Randall RutherfordJohn Lewis, Buell Moses, Mark Redden.
1. Rocky Roberts and Brian Stone warm up on the sidelines at
2. Sophomore Bobby Marsh attempts to Catch touchdown pass in
Midland Trail game.
3. Senio: Donnie Boley takes quick drink before returning to the
4. Grizzly team members run through the spirit loop.
Rutherfords Raiders Surprise Lumberjacks:
N CH8 8 Richwood 7
1. Trainer Buell Moses examines John Harmon's ankle before letting him back
into the game.
2. Coach Rutherford looks for the replacement bus when theirs broke down on
the way to a scrimmage game in Charleston.
5. Despite heavy fog, Running Back Dwayne 0' Dell escapes from Webster's
4. The football team and Varsity Cheerleaders ride through town during a pep
5. Bobby Hughes and Billy Persinger discuss their next play.
junior Varsity Prepares
for N ext Season
The Junior Varsity Football Squad plays an
important part in the NCHS program. Coach
Mark Redden and the junior Varsity football
team work hard in the season to improve and
ready the varsity for upcoming games. The
junior varsity squad had a successful 3-2-1
1. The Grizzlies Linemen line up for another down against Webster.
2.j.V. defense waits for referees decision on penalty flag.
3, Trainer Buell Moses watchesjunior Varsity offensive linemen.
1. Sephomore Newt McCutcheon gets fxrst down in game against Webster.
2. Trainer Buell Moses puts ice on Andy Cox after leg injury in Webster
3. Sophomore Quarterback Bobby Marsh runs for first down.
4.Junior Varsity defense stops Webster from getting first down.
Having worked very hard, and practiced long hours, the
twelve girls who made up the Grizzly Girls' Basketball team,
under the leadership of Coach Karen King, finished the 1983-84
season with a winning record of 10-7.
There were five returning lettermen. Two were Seniors who
would be playing their last year for the Grizzlies.
Many hard-fought games were played. Some were frustrating
losses and others were exciting victories. The girls worked hard
in winning and in trying to make our school a better one.
When the season began the girls won their first three games.
The first game they lost was to Richwood. The score was 47-63.
Many of the games were close yet others were miles apart. The
girls ended their season with a good streak. They won their last
When the season was over the girls packed up their uniforms
for the last time. For some, they would look forward to next
year. But for the Seniors, all they had were their memories,
friendships, and pride that will last forever.
Fayetteville 53-25 W
Mt. Hope 64-46 W
Greenbrier West 54-46 W
Richwood 47-63 L
Greenbrier East 39-51 L
Greenbrier West 44-59 L
Valley 59-48 W
Webster 42-46 L
Websted .VJ 11-33 L
Clay UN; 527-27
Clay 59-40 W
Braxton 30-37 L
Mt. Hope 64-40 W
Richwood 49-66 L
Midland Trail U.Vl 24-18 W
Midland Trail 55-39 W
Fayetteville 47-30 W
Valley 54-35 W
Lady Grizzlies Finish
Pa e 78
Mfmbers of the 1983 Girls' Basketball Team Include: Lisa Dodrill, Michelle
Sadlocka, Cindy Rose, Judy Canaday, Pam Rose, Angie Savage, Patti
Justice, Lynn Butler, Donna Duffield, Ginger Rader, Kathy Keiper, and
Season With 10-7 Record
1. Kathy Keiper scores 2 pts. against their
2. The Senior basketball players Donna
Duffleld, Ginger Radet, and Cindy Rose are
honored with their parents.
3. Kathy Keiper battles for the ball.
4. "Oh no! I'm going to lose the ball," cries
1. The girls huddle before the game starts.
2. Donna Duffxeld's just a little too late.
Coach King Completes Third Year
As Girls Basketball Coach
1. Showing us one of those pretty
faces is Cindy Moore.
2. Lynn Butler prepares to pass the
ball to another teammate.
3. There's always time to clown
around before a game.
4. Coach Karen King coaches the
girls on their next play.
1. Kathy Keiper blocks, while
another teammate scores 2 pts.
2. Patti justice takes time to relax
during the basketball game.
3. The girls have time to take a
breather during halftime.
4. Donna Duffleld's teammates try
to talk her into getting up and play-
ing some basketball.
5. Pam Rose scores 2 pts. during the
Five NCHS Wrestlers Qualify for States
Wrestling has become a fast growing sport at NCHS with its increased
popularity. This year the team placed 4th at the New River Valley Con-
ference iN.R.V.CJ with Rich Groves and Mark Collins placing first while
Rob Dobson placed second and Kevin Culver placed third. Mark Collins
also won the Co-Most Valuable Wrestler award along with a Braxton
wrestler, Steve Reed also placed 3rd.
At the regionals at Herbert Hoover, NCHS placed 4th and had five
wrestlers to qualify for the State Wrestling Match. Those who qualified
for states were: Mark Collins, lst place; Rich Groves, 2nd place; Rob
Dobson, 20d place; Kevin Culver, 3rd place; and Eric Thomas, 3rd place.
Other wrestlers placing at regionals but not qualifying for states were:
Steve Deal and Steve Reed, 4th place; and Mark Huffman, 5th place.
When asked about this year's team, Coach Lewis commented, "I think
we've had a successful season considering injuries to four starting
wrestlers. The best thing to happen this season was having so many
qualify for the State Wrestling Match."
Pg. 82: 1. Doug Moore, who was injured early in the season, and
Mark Huffman help Kevin Culver loosen up for his next match.
2. Eric Thomas struggles to get to his feet as his BraxtOn opponent
pulls him back to the mat.
3. Members of the 1983-84 Wrestling Team are; Kneeling: Steve
Reed, Billy Roberts, Wayne Young, Kevin Culver, Rich Groves,
and Billy Pugh. Standing are: Coach john Lewis,jay Boley, Mark
Collins, Rob Dobson, Bobby Tallamy, Brian Stalnaker, and Nathan
Hanshaw. Not pictured are: Doug Moore, Mark Huffman, Eric
Thomas, Donnie Boley,John Hamon, and-Steve Deal.
Pg. 83: 1. Steve Reed wins his 98 lbs. weight class at the first home
match of the season.
2 Kevin Culver pulls his Opponent back onto the mat to get ready
for a pin.
3. Steve Deal breaks his Opponent back down to the mat.
4. Winning another match, the referee holds Mark Collins' hand up
5. Rich Groves Sprawls back from his Hoover opponent before get-
ting ready for a pin.
Pg. 84: 1. By pinning his Herbert Hoover opponent, senior Mark Collins
wins another match.
2. NCHS wrestlers stand to congratulate one of their teammates after a
3. Wayne Young shoots for stakedown on his West wrestler.
4. Kevin Culver abuses his Qichwood Opponent in front of a home
5. Steve Deal takespride in winning as the lefetee raises his arm in
Pg. 85: Ljohn Hamon wins a victory over his Clay opponent.
2. Seniors Rich Groves and Mark Collins show off their first place
trophies that they won at the N.R.V.C. match. Not pictured are: Steve
Reed Grdi, Kevin Culver Ordi, and Rob Dobson Qndi.
3. Rich Groves gets ready to pin his Braxton opponent.
4. Coach John Lewis and alumni wrestler, Chuck Collins, coach a Griz-
zly wrestler from the edge of the mat.
5. At a Quadrangler match, junior Rob Dobson tides his Clay opponent.
6, Senior Donnie Boley concentrates on what his next move will be on
N icholas Golf Team Enjoys One Stroke
Victory Over Richwood
Early in September the Nicholas County Golf Team
began swinging into action. The golf season was changed
from a spring sport to a fall sport, The season was changed
so that golf teams could play in warmer weather instead of
having to battle with the rainy, cold weather associated with
For the 1984 golf season, seven NCHS students went out
for the team. Their first match was September 6 against
Richwood at Cherry Hill Golf Course. Nicholas defeated
Richwood on their home course by one stroke: Nicholas-
The Nicholas golfers played in 13 matches, including the
New River Valley Conference. Throughout the season they
played on such courses as the Greenbrier, Hawks Nest and
When the season came to an end Kevin Huffman, one of
Nicholas' returning lettermen had the lowest score of the
season, a 74, which he achieved at Nicholas County
Memorial Golf Course on October 6.
After playing against such schools as Richwood, Beckley,
Gauley Bridge and Shady Springs, the Nicholas golfers cap-
tured seven victories.
Page 86, 1. Before teeing-off, Kevin Huffman gets some last minute advice
from Nicholas golf coachJoe Dooley.
2. Mary Cline, the golf team's only girl member, demonstrates a proper golf
swing during practice.
3. Making it to the green, Wayne Young putts for a par Five.
Page 87. 1. During practice at Nicholas County Memorial Park, Tom Bailey
gets caught in a sand trap just off hole number Five.
2. To be a Nicholas golfer one must have the proper clubs, shoes and carry
the blue and gold golf bag.
3. Billy Pugh uses his wedge iron to get out of the rough and back into the
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The season of 1983-84 has not been one of the best years for
the Nicholas County High School varsity basketball team.
However, the players have given their best by putting into prac-
tice some of the strategic plays they have been taught.
Co-captains Greg Bishop and Andrew Talkington led the
following seniors: Kevin Ward, Bobby Hughes,jack Holcomb,
and Eric Tucker.
The Grizzlies have been in good physical shape by training in
jazzercise the first semester of school. These exercises helped in
develoPing quick reactions, coordination, and timing.
NCHS has potential for a good team next season as there are
several underclassmen showing endurance and skills necessary
for a winning team.
1t Bobby Hughes scans the Court hoping to Fmd an open Grizzly teammate.
2. Before the varsity game begins at Richwood, the Grizzly team gather in their
huddle to yell the Grizzly chant.
3. Bobby Marsh goes up for the jump ball against a Braxton player.
Losing Season Did N 0t
Douse Team Spirit
ront Row: Brad Ritchie, Alan Wharton, Bobby Marsh, George Kincaid, Kelly Tucker, Steve Fry, Wesley Brown, Tim Lewis,jim Bailes, Grant Bishop. Back
ow:junior Varsity Coach; Mark Redden, Greg Bish0p, Kevin Ward, Andrew Talkington,jim Hamilton,John Ellison,jack Holcomb, Manager; Gary Young,
ric Tucker, Greg Auxier. Mark BoardJames Caldwell, Bobby Hughes, Rusty Nichols, Varsity Coach; C. W. Powell.
1. Sideby-side with a Richwood player Kevin Ward dribbles down the
court to complete a lay-up.
2. Eric Tucker uses a jump shot to shoot over a Richwood player.
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Page 90: 1. Varsity coach C. W. Powell takes a timeout to come up with a
play that will give the Grizzlies a victory over the Midland Trail Patriots.
2. Andrew Talkington goes to the Richwood foul line to shoot his second
- 3. Kevin Ward andjack Holcomb scrap around for the loose ball.
Page 91: During pre-game warm-uszohn Ellison shoots his lay-up.
2. Rusty Nichols concentrates on taking his foul shot at the Brax-
3. After an interception, Bobby Hughes races down the court to get into his
4. jack Holcomb, along with some Braxton players waits for a rebound,
while Greg Bishop makes his foul shot.
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The 1985-84J.V. Team was composed of twelve players of
which six played two quarters or less each game in order to
be eligible for the varsity games. Those six were Mark
Board, Greg Auxier, Rusty Nichols, Tim Lewis, George
Kincaid, and Wes Brown. As a result of this number, our
win-loss record was not as good as we would have liked it to
be. Several games were lost in the final quarter due to lack of
players available. Marked improvement was seen in several
of the players, which gives encouragement for the varsity's
junior Varsity Players Gain
Experience in Basketball
Page 92: 1. Coach Mark Redden gives his team some pointers during the
2. Grant Bishop goes to the foul line against the Braxton Eagles.
3. While trying to make a shot, $4 of the opposing team tries to block Wes
4. The air seems to hold Mark Board as the ball glides from his hands and
through the net.
Page 95: Alan Wharton stulls before attempting to steal the ball.
2. Everyone looks in amazement while Rusty Nichols makes a winning shot.
3. Rusty Nichols catches an interception from a Braxton player.
4. While nobody is watching, Brad Ritchie puts a little magic on the ball.
Part of our mission included checking out the student
body at Nicholas County High. Apparently there was
something magical that existed behind the doors at
NCHS. Wood Rich and I traveled to Summersville on an
ordinary day so that we could observe the faculty and
students without them suspecting our little scheme.
First we observed the teachers in their classroom en-
vironments. They really seemed to be concerned about
each individual student's future. When it came to helping
out with extra activities within the school, the NCHS
teachers always pitched in to be a sponsor of a Club, help
take up tickets at sporting events and lend a hand
wherever one was needed.
As for Mr. Robert Perkins, the NCHS principal and
Mr. Steve McMillion, the vice-principal, they were con-
tinously busy keeping the school in proper working
order. With 720 students enrolled, they always seemed to
know what each student was up to.
NCHS secretaries, Mrs. Elsie McCutheon and Mrs.
Donna Dobbins stayed busy doing the school's filing,
typing, and keeping the accounting records in balance.
They are truly an asset to NCHS.
But what about students? During our research we
found them to be the nicest bunch of "kids" around.
Polite, fun, friendly, and trustworthy e we could go on
and on! But to sum it up, we'll just say they're GREAT!!!
Perkins, McMillion e Teamwork Keeps N C
Since NCHS was the talk of the town we Figured that its faculty might be one of
the reasons for all the commotion which was rapidly spreading over the county.
With careful undercover work and alot of strategy we were able to find out that
NCHS had 43 teachers including one principal, Mr. Robert L. Perkins, and one
vice-principal, Mr. Steve McMillion. An N CHS principal's main duty is to see that
the school is always functioning and working properly. Before school starts in
September they contributed alot of their time scheduling the students for their
classes. They also do some of the disciplining and coordinating of the school. The
office secretaries, Mrs. Elsie McCutcheon and Mrs. Donna Dobbins are definitely
an asset to NCHS. They continuously stay busy doing the school's filing, typing,
The faculty at NCHS do alot more than just teach in their classrooms. They con-
tribute a lot of their spare time helping out with school activities, being sponsors of
clubs and taking up tickets at sporting events. At the end of our investigation, we
Came to the conclusion that the faculty at N CHS are a group of very special people.
ut in Front!
1. While the spies watch, Vice-principal Steve McMillion prepares the absence sheets.
2. The spies were everywhere; they looked on as Mr. Perkins and Mrs. Wilson consult the
3. Business teacher Mrs. Linda Taylor and principal Mr. Robert Perkins discuss activities of
1. One of the many duties st. Donna Dobbins has as clerk is making phone calls for Mr.
2. Not realizing that "the spies" are so close, Mrs. Elsie McCutcheon works on a secret
Spies Find Faculty . y-y
Top of the Line
Although Mrs. Taylor got a wet face and wet hair, she also got the
apple at the FBLA Halloween party.
Cindy Bartlett, Math
Kenneth Beale, Biology
joann Berry, Home Economics
Phillip Berry, Art
Vicki Butcher, Librarian
Alva Casto, Algebra
Rebecca Dilly, Counselor
Aime Dooley, Special Ed.
joe Dooley, Drivers Ed.
Debbie Drennen, Special Ed.
Glenn Drennen, Social Studies
Rosemary Drennen, Social Studies
Sandy Duskey, Business Law
Betty Fleming, English
Ardith Groves, Business
Marguerite Halstead, Social Studies
Wayne Halstead, Chorus
Damon Hanshaw, English
Margaret Hershman, English
Karen King, Phys. Ed.
john Lewis, Phys. Ed.
Betty McMilIion, English
Arthur Moore, Shop
Buell Moses, Math
1. "Oh my Goodness! The test papers Ilost last month!" exclaims Mrs.
Rosemary Drennen as she organizes her desk.
2. As a public service, Mr. Phil Berry and his art class painted the new logo
on the Nicholas County Animal Shelter.
3. Mr. Benjamin Muto, the newest addition to the NCHS staff, reveals his
version of a hobo during Spirit Week.
William Mullens, Chemisrry
John Paff. Band
Betty Paxton, Aide
Frances Poole, Permanent Su bstitute
Cledith Powell, Drivers Ed., Basketball
Roger Pryor, Social Studies
Berniece Pugh, Home Economics
Mark Redden. Social Studies
Hanshaw e A Teacher All
His voice reaches to the rafters and fills the air of the
Sunday School room at Salem Church near Dtennen,
West Virginia, approximately 13 miles from Sum-
mersville. On Sundays. Mr. Damon Hanshaw, Drama and
English 10 teacher at NCHS talks to his homet0wn
church at Salem. "I enjoy working with them when they
have questions that we can discuss together," answers 1'
Hanshaw when asked about h1s class. :5 : b
Wntmg 15 another OutSIde-SChOOl actmty for Mr. Han- V, ?er ,' :
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shaw. Mountain Wudom, Mt. Hanshaw s 300 page book K s ?bNV ,h g , y?
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is now being published. It contains Stories about the
history, folklore, customs, beliefs, and ideals of Nicholas
County. Also included in the book are several poems and
short stories about life. love and nature written by him.
judy Sparks, English
Norman Talbert, English
Linda Taylor, Business
Aleene Tully, Special Ed.
Terry Viers. Biology
Kathy Wilson. Disuibutive Ed.
Teacher Explores World
Unknown to Many
Gentle beauties beckon an English teacher and her
companions as they explore the realm of Summersville
Lake. Ms. Margaret Hershman, English 12 andjoumalism
teacher is involved in a hobby that . . gives you
unbelievable freedom." Self Contained Underwater
Breathing Apparatus, or Scuba diving, is how Hershman
spends some of her time in the summer. Summersville
Lake is the main diving area for Ms. Hershman because
of its . . accessibility and clear visibility." It is also the
home of Robert Adams' diving school who taught her
the bottom basics and fundamentals of diving. This
Veteran teacher for nine years enjoys diving to the bot-
tom of the lake to observe fish and study rock forma-
tions. Is it the fascination or the dangers or an entangled
combination of both that attracts her to this underwater
1. Even teachers enjoy the Potato Festival Parade. Mrs. Norma Talbert waits
for the excitement.
2. Mr. Kenneth Beale changes from General Science to General Howital for
Halloween, as part of Spirit Week.
3. Sharing Chemistry knowledge is part of the fun of teaching for Mr.
William Mullens. t
4. Mrs. Betty Paxton, aide, is not the only one checking students' permanent
record cardsJack Lumber and Wood Rich, the spies, are everywhere.
5. Ms. Karen King's health class listen intently as Mrs. Marsha Brozy, a stu-
dent teacher, explains the importance of nutrition.
6. Aside from her regular duties as the NCHS permanent substitute, Mrs.
Frances Poole often helps the cooks in the cafeteria.
1. "I'm 50113! I threw your yearbook layouts away. I
didn't know they were important Please forgive me!"
exclaims Miss Raeleen McMillion, a student teacher, as
Ms. Margaret Hershman threatens her life.
2. Mr. Randy Rutherford has a coandent look as he
rides with his football team to an away game.
3. Spying on the academic side of NCHS, the spies
watch Ms. Karen King prepare a lesson plan for her
4. Bulletin boards are an important part of teaching.
Mrs. Betty McMillion displays material pertaining to
her English 11 classes.
5. During a girls' basketball game, Ms. Cathy Wilson
watches a foul shot.
As we searched through NCHS we not only found fine students
and teachers, but also good cooks and dedicated custodians. We
realized that sometimes these people are forgotten when thinking
"school," but not at NCHS. We looked further into their jobs and
found that the three cooks feed nearly 700 students at NCHS and
the five custodians are hard at work keeping NCHS the nice, Clean
place that it is. We realized just how cooks and custodians are an
important part of NCHS.
1. Cleaning up after lunch is about a two hour job. Cook Norma Groves finishes the
2. Spying can sometimes be "dirty work." Wood Rich andjack Lumber here Check
out the NCHS custodians' storage area and equipment.
3. Since most of the floors are carpeted, custodian Betty Radar uses a vacuum
4. Planning weekly menus for over three hundred regular hot lunch eaters is no easy
task. But doing it together makes it more bearable for Helen Brown, Norma
Groves, and Irene Brown.
Vital Workers at N CHS
1. COOKS - Helen Brown, Irene Brown, and Norma Groves.
2. Cleaning up after the students is not always an easy job for
3. CUSTODIANS Front Row: Betty Radar, Lahoma Townsend.
Back Row: Arthur McCutcheon, Larry Doddrill.
4. As a part of their last duties of the day, cooks, Helen Brown and
Norma Groves, clean up the kitchen area.
Work! Work! Work! When Do We Play?
Besides going home to do homework and watch TV, many 4
NCHS students had to go home after school to get ready for work. I i
jack Lumber and I decided to "check-out" just what the students 1
i do to make money to put gas in their cars, go to the movies, play I
video games at Lunar Landing arcade, or to save for their college
1 As we went into Burger Chef we found students taking orders,
at Rex Food Center we found students bagging groceries, and we
even found a student that helps with the family business. Other
jobs that some NCHS students held were stockboy at Murphy's or
Foodland, cashier at a store or restaurant, or helping at the camp-
grounds at Mt. Manor. A few students even worked during the
summer as a lifeguard at the pool, mowing lawns for their
neighbors, or babysitting for others.
Pg. 106: 1. Kevin Huffman straightens the shelves at Rex Food Center.
2. Todd Harris makes some extra money in the summer by mowing i
lawns. , i j:
3. Darren Paxton assembles a trophy at his father's business, Paxton Pla- , , ' m,
que and Trophy. L i 1
Pg. 107: It At Burger Chef, Lisa McKinney takes an order from Donnie 1' 7 '
Boley. 7' j: 2 .
2. At Rex Food Center, junior Kevin Groves stacks the shelves. . .. i
3. Paul Kyle watches over the swimmers at the Nicholas County . if w J L ,-
Memorial Park Pooli L f
4. Missy Young often gets stuck bagging groceries at Rex Food Center P- d h
after checking out her customers .1:
5. At Rex Food Center, senior Eugene Thomas unloads bags of sugar in
the storeroom at the back of the store.
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The V0-Tech Center located in Craigsville teaches 111
NCHS and 147 RHS students daily. The Vo-Tech Center
sharpens the students' skills and prepares them for the future
Nursing, business, drafting, commercial art, mine
maintenance, welding, building trades, auto mechanics, auto
body, electronics, and distributive education.
This year the Vo-Tech Center has received two IBM
Computers which will be used for bookkeeping, Business
Practice and school record keeping. The time saving IBM
Computers also have a word processor.
The Computers were provided by State and County
Two bus loads of students leave NCHS during the morn-
ing and afternoon, to take a thirty minute trip to Vo-tech.
VO-Tech Receives IBM Computers
Page 108: 1. Daniel Rader and Littlejohn Groves take time out to pose
while working in Auto Mechanics Class.
2. Ingrid OhDell looks on while Cathy Young looks for the answer in
her typing manual.
3. Kim Clemens and Mandy Foster were caught running the halls during
4. Maggie Crabtree seems to enjoy her typing class.
Page 109: 1. Mark Collins, Ronnie Cavendish, Matt Bays, Joe Moore
and the welding instructor take a break before starting back to work.
2. Stephanie Hellems gets caught off guard while working with the ad-
ding machine at Vo-Tech.
3. Cathy Young concentrates during her computer Programming class.
N CHSi Answer to Prime
Laughing, crying, loving, shouting, whispering - Oh, the
joys of being half of a couple! High school days also mean
dating days. Dating turns into "going steady" which means be-
ing "a couple."
Couples have more fun - or so "singles" think. True, it is
great to "have somebody." Moonlit nights were meant to be
shared; as were sunsets at the lake, week-end movies, pizza, par-
ties, and the car seat.
But, most couples go through stages of fighting. Over what?
You name it! Speaking to the "wrong" person, being late for a
date, not spending every waking moment together, friends,
family, deciding where to go on dates, jealousy, clothes, not be-
ing home when the phone rings, family vacations, looking the
"wrong" way, and on and on and on . . .
Couples at NCHS come and go. This week's cutest couple is
not necessarily next week's. Heads turn often in the hall when
couples split and start walking to class with others. Couples tor
the break-up of themi is the chief gossip at NCHS. Every Mon-
day morning, who-went-out-with-who is spread throughout the
school in minutes.
Life-long friendships have even been destroyed by "the cou-
ple." Friends just don't seem to understand the couple's desire
to be with each other every moment of the day, so resentment
often builds up in the abandoned friend until the strain breaks
the old friendshipjealousy is also a "friend-killer." Couples are
often so jealous of each other that they don't want their friends
around for fear of their friends stealing their "sweetheart." Alas
e there goes another friendship.
Love makes the world go iround - so "the couple" is here to
stay. For richer, for poorer, through good and bad, friends or
not, and so on and so on and so on . . .
Time Soap Operas
Page 110, 1. Seniors Sara Dooley and Kevin Ward usnuggle" close as they watch a girls'
2. After eating lunch. Michelle Clevenger and Sam Kessler sit and enjoy their me
3. Before play ng basketball at noon, Glenn Hypes Fmds time to tell K m Arden that he
Page 111, 1. Taking time Out to talk to her boyfriend, Christy Vines, a yearbook
photographer, "chats" with Dwayne O'Dell during halftime of the Midland Trail game.
2. Afzer school at ajV football game. Angie Marsh points out to couple Ann Brady and
Greg Bishop as her brother Bobby completes a touchdown pass.
31 Scott Harris andjudy Williams' Halloween spirit starts early at the Summersville
Baptist Church Halloween party.
Seniors Wind Up High School Careers
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Keith Ingles Pam Hanshaw Rachel Lamb
Sergeant-At-Arms Secretary Student Council
Bill Persinger Belinda Corbitt Delegate
joseph R. Adams
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Kim berly K. Ayers
Clifford N. Bennett
Belinda G. Adkins
Angela R. Bailes
john H. Bermudez
David A. Bailes
Gregory B. Bishop
Angela A. Ahart
William R. Boggs
Kimberly A. Arden
Edward A. Ban
Dawn E. Bell
Donald K. Boley
Ann M. Brady Dawn M. Brown
Lisa D. Brown William Brown Jeffery D. Buckland Deborah D. Burks Andy D. Campbell
Laurie D. Cartwright
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Lunchtime at NCHS is a time for togetherness. Steve Deal and Melody Murphy share a Kimberly A. Clemens
private joke in the fall sunshine.
Geoffrey D. Clutter
Mark N. Collins Lora L. Connell
Timothy W. Comer
Terri L. Davis
Sherry L. Deal Steven A. Deal David B. DeBord
Robert B. Dooley Sara M. Dooley Charles D. Dorsey Thomas E. Dorsey Bernard R. Drennen
Patricia A. Farthing Michelle Field Amandaj. Foster
jamey L. Foster Lydiaj. Foster Robert L. Freeman Kevin D. Givens Debbiej. Griffith
Marlene j. Grose Littlejohn E. Groves
Charlene Hamrick Crystal D. Hanna Dreama G. Hanshaw Normal. Hanshaw Pamela L. Hanshaw
Gregory S. Harris Timothy P. Harris Cynthia A. Harrison Alice A. Hayes John A. Hellms
Red elf shoes and a hat stored in the English Close: were just too much temptation for Senior Greg Bishop. He even posed for
Bryan D. Hoffman photographers in this outfit.
Jackie L. Holcomb Ernest H. Hoover john E. Hopkins Tammy 1.. Hopkins LaVeme Y. Huffman
Steven L, Huffman Bobby W. Hughes
Varsity player, Bill Persinger, checks out some of the new plays at a jr. Varsity football
game, Donald R. Hughes
Michael W. Hughes
Keith G. Ingels Heather A.jenkins
jerry A. Hypes Karen S. Hypes
Dale G. Hypes
Teresa Ljenkins Anne M.johnson Connie SAjohnson Charles W. Kincaid Gerald S. Knight
Karen A. Lanham
Roger D. Legg Timothy V. Legg
William L. Loper
Deborah L. Love Tracy A. Lucky Paula S. McCoy Amy R. McClung
Stephanie S. McMillion
Sherry S. Meadows
Melody D. Mu rphy
Victoria A. Neal
Debra L. McKinney
Barbara A. Martin
Nancy j. Nicholas
Lisa L. McKinney
David E. Nichols
Ronnie L. McKinney
jeffery D. Morris
Tammy R. N ichols
Deborah L. Nutter Dwayne O'Dell Carla A. Parkins Darren L. Paxton Steven C. Paxton
William A. Persinger Peggy S. Phillips Paul B. Pierson
Douglas A. Querry Ginger L. Rader
Karen B. Rader William E Roberts 1." Alice Hayes spends a Saturday afternoon watching the Christmas Parade.
James L. Robinson Cynthia S. Rose Michelej. Scott Cynthia W. Saber:
joseph C. Sebert
Even pouring rain can't dull the Grizzly Spirit. Wet Michelle Field and Ann Brady cheer at a
varsity football game.
Thomas K. Sharp Ruth A. Shaw Rowland G. Short Charles A. Sigman Thomas B. Sigman
Luke 1. Smith Joseph H. Spencer Roma E. Starcher
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Donna L. Summers Sharon I. Summers Lenora A. Taylor
Andrew A. Talkington Eugene A. Thomas
Mark A. Thomas Roy D. Thompson Parading down Main Street on the senior homecoming float Belinda Corbin: gives someone
Dwayne A. Trent Penny A. Truman Robin C. Truman
Eric M. Tucker Richard L. Underwood james K. Ward
judy A. Williams Kendria L. Williams Carl L. Willis Kimberly A. Willis
Paul F. Wilson Ronzel E. Wilson Cathy D. Young Melissaj. Young
Sharkey E. Young
1. Pam and Tammy Hanshaw spend an evening together at a varsity football
2. Glenn Hypes is amazed by the score during a varsity football game.
3. Spirit week brings out the "PUNK" in all of us as shown here by Kim
4. Seniors Maggie Crabtree, Kim Clemens, and Angie Bailes huddle around
Mandy Foster duriihg typing class at Vo-Tech.
juniors Reach Midway
Point in High School Careers
With all the talk spreading over the coun-
ty about the Junior class at Nicholas County
High School, Wood Rich and I knew we
had to do a little bit of investigating. We
spent five weeks checking out the junior
class trying to discover why they were so
The junior class was now a step higher on
the high school ladder. They were in the
middle of everything. When it came time to
order class rings and school jackets, the
junior class got real excited. This year they
would also be able to attend their first for-
mal dances, the Christmas dance which was
scheduled for December 16 and the junior-
senior prom. The juniors started raising
money early in the year so that when May 11
finally arrived, they could give the seniors a
prom theyld never forget.
The junior Class officers are Annette
Keenan, President; Cathy Grizzell, Vice-
president; Leatha Shelton, Secretary; David
Meadows, Sergeant-at-Arms; Lisa Rader,
Student Council Rep.; and Lynn Butler,
Eddie Proctor checks out the latest album from "Loverboy" at
jimmy Cook "does his time" at Halstead's Foodland.
jay Nowack indulges his free time at Lunar Landing playing
Anita Keith takes her son to his Hrs: basketball game.
Varsity cheerleader Mary Frontino discusses pre-pep meeting plans as Cathy Grizzell direc
her attention to the photographer.
1. Bobbi Pierson andjo Ann Williams work diligently toward a yearbook deadline.
2. Diane Hypes and Toni Neal goof-off at lunch.
3. Spirited juniors go wild during a town pep meeting parade,
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"There will be no school in Nicholas County todayf' This
was a familiar statement this year as Nicholas County students
missed a total of eight days on account of snow. School policy
allows for two days to be missed and those that went over this
limit had to be made up.
On days which snow was able to be cleared fairly easily, an
hour delay was put into effect. With an hour gone and morning
classes off schedule, one Class had to be skipped. First, second,
and third classes alternated days when this policy was used.
Most of the time when school is called off, the roads are so
bad that people are stranded at home and have to find
something to do to keep them busy. This is very helpful when a
student procrastinates and has nothing better to do besides his
Some people never learn and insist upon doing what the prin-
cipal tells us not to do. Throwing snowballs is an example of
Many students were involved in minor "fender-benders"
while others decided to avoid trouble by riding the bus.
30 Minute Lunch hHourh Keeps Students Running
With only 30 minutes for lunch, NCHS students HURRY to
find the time to eat lunch, talk with friends, go to the bathroom,
play volleyball or basketball, or do a little romancing.
This year NCHS students were offered two different meals to
choose from in the cafeteria or they could buy something from the
"candy room." Even though the "candy room" really doesn't sell
candyJ The "candy room" is operated by the journalism
department to raise money for the publication of the Gold and Blue
Record and the Nitblosearz.
In the fall and the spring, if the weather permits, many NCHS
students eat lunch outside on the sidewalks or the steps. After
eating, the students sit and talk with friends or play basketball and
volleyball in the gym before rushing back to class.
Page 156, 1. Before the bell to go to sixth period, Maty Frontino practices a
cheerleading stunt for Friday's game with Tom Sigman.
2. Scott Harris turns his head as judy Williams unsuccessfully tries to feed him a
3. "Mom's home cookin' " doesn't seem to agree withjim Bailes, Rusty N ichols, y
and Tim Lewis. 1
Page 137, 1. After eating lunch, seniors Norma Hanshaw and Tammy
Nichols "yield" to talk about the events of the day.
2. During lunch, a group of sophomore guys eat and talk about what they're
going to do after Friday's game;
3. Seniors like to gather after eating lunch to act crazy and to "spice" up
4. While eating lunch, Darren Paxton and Vicki Hancock discuss their plans
for the future.
Nicholas County High School has a wide variety to choose
from when it comes to friends. A smiling face can always be
found peering through the hallway among friends.
While class time is for work and study, time between classes
and lunch is another story. Faces brighten and conversations fill
1. Lisa McKinney and Karen Rader entertain themselves with a school
2. Roberta Selman and judy Canaday play a game of "Peek-A-Boo" behind jim
Hamilton and Rusty Nichols.
3.john Hamon and Stewart Chapman have a quick conversation while eating
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1. Kristine McCue and Angie Marsh takes a break from the hot sun.
2. Scott Harris substitutes Sherry Meadows for a paper airplane.
3. Dawn Lilly and Wendy Selbe fmd time to "chat" before going to
As the suspense kept growing inside us,
we waited for our next assignment. The on-
ly thing we knew about this mission was
that it was TOP SECRET.
Suddenly the phone rang and our
superior informed us that our mission was
to check out the new 50phomores at
NCHS. We arrived at NCHS just in time to
see some sophomores scrambling off the
school buses. Even though they were in a
totally different environment, the
sophomore class caught on to high school
life really fast. They quickly learned to put
up with the "sophomore" jokes from the
junior and senior classes. After a few
mistakes the sophomores learned what time
they were to be in class and which section
of the gym was theirs for pep rallies.
With some careful investigating, we
found out that the sophomores had elected
Newt MCCutcheon as President of their
class; Melinda Hayes, Secretary; Mike
Altizer, Vice-President; Mary Cline,
Treasurer; Bobby Marsh, Sergeant-at-Arms;
and Ronnie Proctor as their Student Couna
After a number of weeks we could
understand why this particular sophomore
class was the talk of the town.
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eAnn Smith, a member of the Nicholas County Bluebells, marches
- uring the homecoming parade.
George Kincaid and his friends observe all the activities that go on in the gym at lunch.
Roberta Selman seems to enjoy her RE. class.
Eighth period advanced PE class "Gets Down" with jazzercise.
Eugene Mullens gets disgusted while working on his master-
piece in art class.
Sherryjones andjanie Stewart seem to have enjoyed their expedition.
Robert Martin, Mark Huffman, and Alan Hypes stand around at lunch,
1 Nancy Miles
Angie Savage, Michelle DeBord, and Maria Beirne imitate Tarzan in gym class.
Tim Lewis and Wes Brown discuss a "Grizzly" play against Webster.
Dou g Roberts
joe Thomas and Rodney Blankenship listen intently to upper classmen dur-
janie Grose and Kathy Keiper listen while Ms, Wilson discusses girls
Kenny Green enjoys his lunch while also visiting with
1. Angie Savage sometimes seems to get "fed up" working in
the candy room.
2. Terry Bennett and Lee McKinney decide to rest in the gym
after a long day.
3. Steven Fry and jimmy Beirne watch a game of ping-pong in
the gym at lunch time.
4. Alan Wharton shows off his "Macho" hat during Spirit
There was supposed to be some mystery about the local
merchants and businesses of Nicholas County, sojack Lumber
and I took it upon ourselves to discover just what the mystery
We had previously gotten an anonymous tip informing us
that the yearbook staff at Nicholas County High School would
begin selling ads at the start of the 1983-84 school year. Dressed
as ordinary customers we hung-out in a few of the local stores
on downtown main street. Sure enough, within an hour's time
we saw at least seven journalism students selling yearbook
advertisements. We found it amazing how supportive the
Summetsville merchants were when it came to helping NCHS
with the publication of their yearbook, the Nichlosean.
After some careful investigative work we discovered that the
Summersville banks, stores and other local places of business
also showed their support to NCHS by donating such things as
calendars, ball-point pens, candy and other items for the
Christmas stockings which the football team receives annually
from the 9-club. When basketball season began it was a large
majority of the Nicholas businesses who bought reserved seats
in the gym for the home basketball games.
To us, this was enough evidence to clear up the mystery
about the merchants and businesses of Nicholas County It
appeared that no matter what the circumstances were, the
businesses always tried to show their support in one way or
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Foster, Beth 4 40, 142
Foster, Laura 4 142
Foster, Pam 4 142
Foster, Sara 4 142
Foster, Tammy 4 142
Frame,jamie 4 142
Fry, Steven 4 142
Gates, David 4 142
Goodman, Connie 4 142
Goodnight, Ricky 4 142
Green, Kenny 4 142, 148
Griffin, Missy 4 32, 38, 39, 142
Grose, Amy 4 142
Grose, Dianna 4 32, 142
Grose,james 4 142
GroseJanie 4 142, 147
Gross, Rebecca 4 142
Groves,jonathan 4 142
Groves, Laura 4 142
Gunnoe, Clinton 4 142
Hamrick, Dawn 4 142
Hamrick, Kimberely 4 142
Hanks, David 4 142
Hanna, Martha 4 142
Hanshaw, Nathan 4 143
Hanshaw, Tammy 4 143
Harlow, Bernadine 4 143
Harlow, Theresa 4 40, 143
Harper, Bill 4 143
Harrison, Debra 4 143
Harvey, Timmy 4 143
Hayes, Melinda 4 10, 140, 143
Hellms, Sherry 4 40, 143
Herndon, Marion 4 35, 143
Herndon, Steve 4 143
Holmes, Drema 4 143
Holly,jackie 4 143
Hoover, Bradley 4 143
Hoover, Donna 4 143
Huffman, Kevin 4 143
Huffman, Mark 4 143, 145
Huffman, Steven 4 143
Hylton, Sandra 4 143
Hypes, Allen 4 143, 145
Hypes, Connie 4 143
jackson, Kevin 4 143
James, Kelly 4 40, 143
Jarvis, Travis 4 143
Johnson, Carlisa 4 143
johnson, Cathy 4 143
johnson, Donald 4 143
johnson, Esther 4 32, 34, 143
johnson, Ronald 4 143
jones, Sherry 4 143
Keaton, Michele 4 7, 143
Keenan, Catharine 4 143
Keenan, Kenny 4 143
Keenan, Sheri 4 143
Kessler, Sam 4 110, 143
Kimbler,'jarrod 4 144
Kincaid, George 4 142, 144
KincaidJames 4 144
Kincaid, Lisa 4 144
King, Barbara 4 5, 6, 32, 144
King, Tom 4 144
LaVancher, Larry 4 140, 144
Lewis, Brian 4 32
Lewis, Tim 4 144, 146, 136
Long, Brian 4 144
Lucas, Lynette 4 144
McClanahan, Wanda 4 40, 144
MCClung, Lynne 4 144
McClung, Bruce 4 144
MCCIung, Bryan 4 32, 144
MCClung, Donald 4 144
McClung, Tim 4 144
McClung, Tina 4 144, 32
McClung, Marjorie 4 144
McCoy, Mike 4 144
McCue, Clay 4 144
McCutcheon, Newton 4 77,
McCutcheon, Lisa 4 144
McCutcheon, Loss 4 144
McKinney, Everett 4 144
Malcom, David 4 144
Marsh, Bobby 4 74, 77, 111,
Martin, Robert 4 144, 145
Mick, Tim 4 144
Milam, Lori 4 144
Miles, Nancy 4 145
Moore, Angela 4 145
Moore, Steve 4 145
Morris, Angela 4 145
Mullens, Eugene 4 144, 145
Neal, Kim 4 145
Nester, Sandy 4 145
Nicholas,juanita 4 145
Nicholas, Lisa 4 145
NutterJohn 4 145
Nutter, Michael 4 145
O'Dell, Dana 4 145
O'Dell, Sonja 4 32, 145
Painter, Diana 4 145
Pauley, Charles 4 145
Paxton, Tim 4 87, 145
Perdew, Norscenai 4 145
Persinger,Jimmy 4 146
Persingerjoey 4 146
Phillips, Kathy 4 32, 146
Pierson, Lisa 4 146
Powell, Angie 4 8, 146
Pritt, Debra 4 146
Pritt, Donald 4 146
Pritt, Randall 4 146
Proctor, Ronnie 4 140, 146
Prepps, Scott 4 146
Pugh, Billy 4 87, 146
Rader,james 4 146
Ramsey, Ruth 4 32, 146
Reed, Steven 4 146
Reedy, Leanne 4 146
Ritchie, Brad 4 146
Roberts, Beth 4 146
Roberts, Doug 4 146
Roberts, Michelle 4 146
Roetman, Roxann 4 146
Rose, Christopher 4 146
Russell, Terri 4 32, 146
Sammons, Doris 4 147
Samples, Lisa 4 147
SattlerJohn 4 147
Savage, Angie 4 10, 78, 146, 147
Sears, Brian 4 147
Sebert, Lori 4 32, 147
Sears,joe 4 147
Selman, Roberts 4 5, 32, 34,
Shaver,jeremy 4 32, 147
Shumate,jimmy 4 32, 147
Sigman, Paula 4 147
Sigman, Kenny 4 147
Smith, Kim 4 32, 147
Smith, Lee 4 147
Spencer, David 4 147
Spinks, Mary 4 147
Stafford, Tom 4 147
Stewart,janie 4 40, 145, 147
Stewart, Rodney 4 147
Stewart, Shawn 4 147
Stewart, Vicky 4 148
Stone, Brian 4 148
Stone, Paula 4 148
Sturgill, Brenda 4 40, 148
Sweeny, Stephanie 4 148
Swyers, Keith 4 148
Talerico, Aimee 4 16, 17, 148
Tallamy, Bobby 4 148
Taylor, Dani 4 148
TaylorJudy 4 148
Taylor, Teresa 4 148
Thomas, Eric 4 148
Thomas,james 4 148
Thomas,joe 4 147, 148
Thomas, William 4 148
TinneyJennifer 4 148
Tucker, Kelly 4 148
Underwood,johnny 4 148
Underwood, Matt 4 148
VanPelt, Lisa 4 148
Venable, Vicki 4 148
Vickers, Dawn 4 148
Walton, Regina 4 148
Welch, Gary 4 148
Wharton, Alan 4 148
Whitley,julia 4 148
Williams, Laura 4 148
Winebrienner, Marie 4 148
Woods,judy 4 148
Workman, Tommy 4 148
Yeager, Fred 4 148
Young, Gary 4 148
Young,juanita 4 148
Young, Wayne 4 86, 87, 184
Young, Kim 4 148
Zingle,jill 4 148
Akers, Car! 4 126
Asbury, Kevin 4 126
Auxier, Greg 4 126
Bailes, Connie 4 126
Bailey, Tom 4 126, 87
Bailey, Tony 4 126
Baker, Gidget 4 126
Barnett,james 4 126
Barnhouse, Vonda 4 32, 126
Basham, Beth 4 126
Bays, Linc 4 126
Bays, Matt 4 126
Bell, Tammy 4 126, 35, 42
Bibb, Steve 4 126
Bish0p, Rodney 4 126
Blankenship, Robin 4 126
Board, Mark 4 127
Bond, Lisa 4 13, 127
Bond, Melinda 4 127, 42
Bostic, Roy 4 127
Bostic, Tina 4 127
Bowles, Sherri 4 127, 42
Brady, Michelle 4 127
Brown, Anita 4 127
Brown, Belinda 4 4, 14, 32, 127,
Brown, Charlie 4 127
Brown, Mark 4 32, 127
Brown, Rhonda 4 127
Bryant, Tom 4 127
Bunch, Michelle 4 127
Bums, Billy 4 127
Bush, Cindy 4 127, 42
Butcher, Connie 4 127
Butler, Lynn 4 4, 7, 127, 126, 81,
Butler, Sandy 4 127
Caldwell,james 4 127, 73
Cardullo,joe 411, 17, 127
Can, Billy 4 127
Chapman, Pat 4 127
Clakler, Mike 4 127
Cleary, Ronnie 4 127
Clevenger, Michelle 4 11, 110,
Clevenger, Mike 4 17, 127
Collins, Katie 4 127
Collins, Lisa 4 127
Coleman, Scott 4 127
Comer, Mark 4 127
Cook, Diana 4 127
CookJames 4 127
Cepeland, Steve 4 127
Corbittjames 4 127
Crislip, Grant 4 128
Cutlip, Ricky 4 128
Cutlip, Walter 4 128
Davis, Herold 4 128
1 Dawson,john 4 128
DeMoss,jeff 4 128
Dobson, Rob 4 128
Dennison, Cindy 4 128
Diana, Angela 4 128
DodriIlJohn 4 128
Donaldson,joe 4 128
Ellison,john 4 17, 128
Ellison, Sherri 4 32, 128
Facemire, Lovell 4 4, 128
Frontino, Mary 4 8, 16, 128, 19,
62, 63, 136
Garbutr, Christy 4 128
Giacomo, Tony 4 128
Gillespie, Glen 4 128
Gray, Sandy 4 128
Gregory, Tim 4 128
Grizzell, Cathy 4 16, 126, 128,
Grose,joe 4 128
Groves,john 4 128
Groves, Kevin 4 128
Groves, Robert 4 128
Hamilton,jim 4 128
Hamrick, Cheryl 4 128
Hamrick, Kurtis 4 129
Hamrick, Ricky 4 129
Hancock, Vicki 4 129
Hanna, Danny 4 129
Harmon, Tommy 4 129
Harris, Todd 4 10, 16, 17, 129
Hart, Laverna 4 129
Hellems, Stephanie 4 129
Hellms, Tammy 4 129
Hines,jamie 4 129
Holleman,jerry 4 129
Houghton, Angie 4 129
Huffman, Kevin 4 86, 87, 129
Hudkins, Cathy 4 129
Hughart,jodie 4 129
Hughes,jill 4 40, 129
Hughes, Stephen 4 129
Hypes, Diane 4 129, 132
Hypes, Denise 4 32
Hypes, Lori 4 32, 129
Hypes, Missy 4 33, 32, 129
Irvin, Angela 4 129
jarrett, Tim 4 130
jenkins, Scott 4 130
Johnson, Dawn 4 130
jones, Kathy 4 130
jones, David 4 32, 130
justice, Patti - 7, 10, 13, 130, 80,
Keenan, Annette 4 126, 130
Keenan, Lori 4 12, 15, 32, 130,
Keiper, Kathy 4 8, 10, 80, 78,
79, 130, 147
Keith, Anita 4 130, 42, 129
Kelly, Harry 4 130
Key, Susan 4 32, 130
Kincaid, Larry 4 130
King, Kim 4 42, 130
Kirby, Elmer 4 130
Kyle, Paul 4 130
Legg, Loma 4 130
Lilly, Karen 4 130
Long, William 4 32, 34, 130
L055, Wendy 4 32, 42, 130
Lucas, Arvin 4 130
Lucas, Patty 4 130
MCCIung, Brian 4 130
McClung, Sonja 4 130
McCue, Kristine 4 130
McCutcheon,junior 4 130
McMillion, Rebecca 4 32, 130
Mackwaik, Ann 4 42, 130
Marsh, Angie 4 3, 12, 32, 38,
Martin, Winnie 4 7, 42, 130
Meadows, David 4 126, 131
Meadows, Sherry 4 32, 131
Mick, Rodney 4 131
Moore, Cindy 4 79, 81, 131
Moore, Darrell 4 131
Moore, Farm 4 131
Morris, Penny 4 131
Morris, Robbie 4 32, 34, 131
Morton, Sarah 4 131
Mullens, Tammy 4 131
Neal, Toni 4 32, 131, 132
Neff, Beth 4 21,131
Nowak,Jay 4 10, 129, 131
O3Dell, Alisha 4 131
O'Dell, Delbert 4131
O'Dell, Ingrid 4 131
Parkins, Cheryl 4 132
Pierson, Bobbie 4 132
Plymale, Tammy 4 132
Proctor, Eddie 4 127
Pyles, Gaylene 4 32, 132
Racer, Dee Dee 4 12,42, 131,
Rader, Danny 4 132
Rader, Lisa 442, 126, 132
Rader, Mark 4 17, 72, 132
Ramsey, Brian 4 132
Richards, Mike 4 132
Riffle, Wayne 4 132
Roberts, Rocky 4 19, 72, 74,
Robinson, Martha 4 33, 133
Rogers, Keith - 32, 133
Rose,james 4 133
Rose, Pam 4 78, 80. 133
Sadlocka, Michelle 4 78, 133
861136, Wendy 4 44, 131, 133
Shafer, Robert 4 S, 133
Shaffer, Donna 4 133
Shelton, Letha 4 12, 16, 17, 32,
38, 39, 42, 126, 133
Sizemore, Robert 4 133
Smith, Arden 4 133
Smith, Denise 4 131, 133
Sparks, Sheri 4 21, 133
Spencer, Kathy 4 133
Spencer, Susan 4 133
Staggs, Gina 412,32, 38, 21,
Stalnaker, Brian 4 133
Stover, Cheryl 4 42, 133
Stover, Teresa 4 32, 133
Summers, Belinda 4 133
Talbert, Shelia 4 133
Tanner, Dwayne 4 32, 133
Taylor, Eric 4 133
Taylor, Helen 4 133
Taylor, Lora 4 42, 133
Thomas,jeanette 4 32, 133
Tinnel, Andy 4 133
Tinnel, Gene 4 133
Tucker, Debbie 4 32, 133
Turley, Deloris 4 133
Underwood, Michelle 4 11, 42,
Underwood, Ronald 4 133
Vance, Tammy 4 133
Vickers, Thelma 4 133
Walton, Alan 4 133
Walton, Brian 4 133
Williams,jimmie 4 133
Williams,joAnn 4 21, 132
Williams, Roger 4 133
Willis, Abby 46, 13, 133
Young, B1114 133
ADAMSJOSIEPH R. 3 113
Football 10, 11, 12; Thespians 10; Class
Tournaments 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 11.
ADKINS, BELINDA G.3113
DECA 11, 12;VICA11;Nurse Assistant 11.
ADKINS, TERESA A. 3 7, 15. 42, 113
FBLA 11, 12; Garden Club 12; Basketball
Statistician 12; Class Tournaments 10. 11,
12; Softball 12.
ARDEN, KIMBERLY A. 3 4,10,42,110,
Yearbook photographer 11, 12; Newspaper
Photographer 11, 12; Garden Club 12; GAA
11; Pep Club 10, 11; N-Club 10, 11; Year-
book Staff 121Photography EditoQ; News-
paper Staff 11: Class Treasurer 10; FBLA 11
Nice PresidenO 12; National Honor Socie-
ty 11, 12; Office Aide 11; Track 10, 11; Girls
Basketball Stats 11; Prom Committee 11;
Christmas Dance Committee 12; Gradua-
tion Usher 11; Magazine Captain 12; Teach-
er's Aide 12.
AHART, ANGELA A. 3 20, 19, 113, 191
FBLA 12; Class Tournament cheerleader 11;
Computer Club 12; From Committee 11;
Christmas Dance Committee 12; Magazine
Sales Committee 12.
AYERS, KIMBERLY A. 3 113
BAILES; ANGELA R. 3 20, 113, 125, 50
Homecoming Float 10, 11; Pep Club 11;
FBLA 11, 12; GAA 11; 9-C1ub 11, 12
1Presiden0; Prom Committee 11; Christmas
Dance Committee 12; National HonOr
Society 12; FBLA Competition 11, 12;
FBLA Wo-Tecm 12.
BAILES, DAVID A. 3 113
BARNETT, BEVERLYJ. 3 32, 113
BARR, EDWARD A.3113
BASSETT, MARTHA D. 3 112, 113
Girls Basketball Cheerleader 10 1Head1;
Varsity Cheerleader 11; Homecoming Prin-
cess 11; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Show Choir 10,
Leo Club 10, 11; Band 10; jazz Band 10;
Class Secretary 10; Class Representative 12;
GAA 10; Pep Club 10; Prom Committee 11;
National Honor Society 12.
BEAM, SHARON 13.3113
National Honor Society 11, 12; FBLA 11,
12; FBLA Treasurer 12; 9-Club 11, 12;
9-Club SecretarWTreasurer 12; Homecom-
ing Float Committee 10, 11, 12; Christmas
Dance Committee 12; Prom Committee 11.
BECHER, LORI L. 3 113
BEIRNE, MARY S. 3 8, 42, 63, 113
ans 10, 11; Pep Club 10', Garden C1ub11,12;
Girls Basketball Cheerleader 11; Varsity
mas Dance Committee 12.
BELL, DAWN E. 3 44, 11.7:
FBLA11,12;Pr0m Committee 11; Pep Club
BENNETT, CLIFFORD N13113
DECA 11, 12; Thespians 11, 12; Spanish 11;
Library Club 12; Class Tournaments 11;
Library Assistant 12.
BISOP, GREGORY B.3111, 113, 55
Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10, 11, 12;
Capt. 12; Baseball 10, 11, 12; Christmas
Court 11; Prom Committee 11; Christmas
Dance Committee 12; Student Council 11;
journalism I 10;Jouma1ism II 11, 12.
BOGGS, WILLIAM R.3113
BOLEY, DONALD K.
BOSELY, TINA L. 3 114
Gold and Blue Record 10; DECA 12;
Library Club 11;PalC1ub 11, 12; Pep Club
10, 11; Class Tournament Basketball 10',
Class Tournament Cheerleader 11; Candy
BRADSHAW, LISA D. 3 32, 113
Band 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 11; Garden
Club 11; Magazine Captain 12; Library Club
12; Library Assistant 12; Candy Stripers 11,
12, Vice-President 12.
BRADY, ANN M.39,12,42, 62, 63,111,
Varsity Cheerleader 10, CovHead, 11, 12,
Head; French Club 10, 11; Vice President;
GAA 11; Miss Christmas 11; FBLA 10; Pep
Club 10; Gold and Blue Record 12; Gradua-
tion Usher 11;, Student Council Rep. 10;
Garden Club 11, 12; Girls' State 11; Nation-
al Honor Society11,12;Math Field Day 11,
12, Prom Committee 11, Christmas Dance
Committee 12; Junior Class Secretary 11;
Class Tournaments player 10, 11, 12; Know
Your State Government 11.
BROWN, DAWN M. 3 114
Chorus 10, 11; Band 10, 11; GAA 10, 11,12;
Pep Band 10, 11; Pep Club 10.
BROWN, LISA A. 3 114
Pep Club10,11;CandyStripers 11,12;Year-
book Staff11, 12; Newspaper Staff 10, 11;
GAA 10, 11; DECA 11, 12; Magazine Capt.
BROWN, LISA D. 3 114
Prom Decorating Committee 11; Christmas
Committee 11; DECA 12.
VICA Club 10, 11; Christmas Dance Com-
mittee 12, Prom Committee 11.
BUCKLANDJEFFERY D. 3 32, 114
BURKS, DEBORAH D. 36, 10, 11, 42, 62,
Cheerleader 11, 12; Class Tournament
Cheerleader 10; From Committee 11; Christ-
mas Dance Committee 11, 12; Pep Club 10,
11,12;Garden Club 11, 12; VICA 12', Candy
Striper 12; Yearbook Staff 11; Usher at
CAMPBELL, ANDY D3114
CARTWRIGHT, LAURIE D.3114
Nursing Assistant 11.
CASE, DEBORA L.
CAVERLEE, KEVIN T.
CAVENDISH, RONALD E. 3 114
CHAPMAN, STEWART M.
DECA 11, 12.
CLEMENS, KIMBERLY A. 3 20, 114, 125
Homecoming Committee 10, 11; French
Club 10, 11; Pep Club 10; ThesPians 10;
GAA 11; Nine Club 11; National Honor
Society 12;FBLA11;Class Tournaments 11;
Prom Committee 11; Christmas Dance
Committee 12; FBLA Competition 12;
FBLA-Vo-Tech; Nine Club Vice-President
12; FBLA President 12.
CLEVENGER, SCOTT L319
Football 10, 11, 12; Weightlifting 10, 11, 12;
CLUTTER, GEOFFREY D. 3 114
COLLINS, MARK N.3115
Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Football 10, 11, 12;
12; Bear ofthe Year 3 Football 12.
COMER, TIMOTHY W.3115, 55
Newspaper Staff 11; Yearbook Staff 12;
Class Tournaments 12.
CONNELL, LORA L.
12; FBLA Competition 11, 12; Math Field
Day 11, 12;Eng1ish Bowl 11;Naticna1Hon-
or Society 11, 12.
CORBI'IT, BELINDA S. 3 13, 14, 16, 32,
35, 112, 115, 191
GAA 10, 11, 12; DECA 11; Gold and Blue
Record 10; Class Tournament Cheerleader
10, 11, 12; Mat Maid 12; Teachers Aid 12;
Band 10, 11, 12; Pep Band 10, 11, 12; Band
Council 3 Officer 12; Student Council 12;
Senior Class Secretary 12; Prom Committee
11; Homecoming Committee 10, 12;
Homecoming Court 12; Magazine Capt. 10,
11, 12; Pep Club 10.
CORBITT, CONNIE S. 3 40
Thespians 10, 11, 12; FBLA 11; FHA 11;
Vice President 12; Class All-Stars 10; Class
Tournament 11; Christmas Dance Commit-
tee 12; DECA 12.
COUNTS, RICHARD G. 3 115
COX, ANDREWJ. 3 77,115
Football 12; Christmas Dance Committee
CRABTREE, MAGGIE R. 3 115, 125
From Committee 10, 11;1served 101 FBLA
11, 12; National Honor Society 12.
CUTLIP, ALBERT R. 3 115
CULVER, KEVIN N,3115
Wrestling 10, 11, 12;Track11,
DARBY, PAUL D. 4 16
DAVIS, RONALD L.
DAVIS, TERRY L.4115
FHA 10; FBLA 11, 12.
DEAL, SHERRY L.4115
Pep Club 10.
DEAL, STEVEN A.417, 114,115
Football 10, 11, 12; Football Captain 12;
Wrestling 10, 11, 12.
DEBORD, DAVID B. 4 32, 24, 115
Band 11, 12; Vo-Tech Safety Comm. 12.
DeMOSS, LUTHERj. 4 115
DODRILLJAMES D. 4 115
DOOLEY, ROBERT E. 4 115
DOOLEY, SARA M. 46, 12,15, 19, 42, 44,
Garden Club 12; GAA 11; Pep Club 10;
Newspaper Staff 10; Yearbook Staff 11, 12;
.Yearbook photographer 12; From Commit-
tee 11; Choir 11, 12; Office worker 12;
Teacher's Aide 11; Magazine Captain 10.
DORSEY, CHARLES D. 4 115
Track 10; Class All-Stars 11, 12; VICA Presi-
DORSEY, ROBERT E. 4 115
DORSEY, THOMAS E. 4 115
DRENNEN, BERNARD 5.4115
DUFFIELD, DONNA j. 4 19, 78, 79, 80,
Girls Basketball 10, 11, 12 1co-Captain1;
NRVC 11, 12; Honorable Mention All-
State 12; Prom Committee 12; Christmas
Dance Committee 12; Class All-Stars 11;
Math Field Day 11,12;FBLA 10,11;DECA
12; GAA 10, 11; Class Tournament koacm
11; French Club 10, 11; N-Club 10, 11, 12;
Homecoming Committee 10, 11, 12; Thes-
pians 10; Served at Prom 10; National Hon-
or Society 12.
FACEMIRE, PENELOPE A. 4 2, 8, 12, 32,
20, 38, 39, 42, 116
Band 10,11,12;Band Council 11, 12; Majo4
rette 10, 11, 12 1Head1; National Honor
Society12;FBLA 11, 12; French Club 10, 11
Secretaryx Garden Club 11, 12 1Vice-
Presidentk Class Tournaments 10, 11, 12;
All-Toumament team 11; Class All-Stars 11;
Thespians 10; Served at Christmas Dance
10; Homecoming Committee 10, 11, 12;
From Committee 11; Christmas Dance
Committee 12; Graduation Usher 11; Math
Field Day 11, 12; Tap Ten in County 11;
Regional Math Field Day 11.
FARTHING, PATRICIA A. 4 6, 8, 12, 42,
2, 63, 116
GAA 10, 11, 12; Girls Basketball Cheer-
leader 10; Varsity cheerleader 11, 12; Track
10; Pep Club 10, 11; FBLA 11, 12; Garden
lub 11, 12;N-Club10, 11, 12; Homecom-
'ng Committee 10, 11, 12; Prom Committee
11; Christmas Dance Committee 12;
National Honor Society 12.
FIELD, MICHELLE 4 2, 20, 42, 62, 63, 116
French Club 101secretary1, 11; GAA 10, 11;
Thespians 10, 11; Pep Club 10, 11;
Nichlosean Staff12;Newspaper Staff 11, 12
1Editor-in-Chie0; Garden Club11,121Presir
denO; National Honor Society 11, 12; Math
Field Day 11, 12; Girls Basketball Cheer.
leader 10 1C04Head1; Varsity Cheerleader
11, 12 1C04Head1; Graduation Usher 11;
Prom Committee 11; Christmas Dance
Committee 12; Yearbook Photographer 12;
Class Tournaments 10, 11, 12.
FLEMINGJON A. 4 14, 190
Football 10, 11, 12; Weightlifting 10.
FOSTER, AMANDAJ. 4 8, 14, 116, 125
Chorus 10; Band 10; 9-Club 11, 12; National
Honor Society 12; Usher at Graduation 11;
FBLA 11, 12; FBLA Competition 11, 12.
FOSTERJAMBY L. 4 34, 116
Band 10, 11, 12; Pep Band 10, 11, 12; Wresv
tling 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10, 11,12;FTA11,
12; Drama 10, 11, 12; FBLA 12; Choir 12.
FOSTER, LYDIAJ. 4 116
FREEMAN, ROBERT L.4116
GIVENS, KEVIN D. 4 116
Class Tournaments 10; Drama 11, 12;
Library Club 12; Debate Team 12; Teacher's
GRIFFITH, DEBBIE j. 4 116
GROSE, ANGELA Y. 4 116
Band 10, 11, 12: Candy Stripers 10, 11 1Vice
Presidentk VICA 12 Ureasured.
GROSE, MARLENE J, 4 116
Choir 10, 11, 12; FTA 12; Library Club 12;
Class Tournaments 10, 11, 12.
GROVES, LITTLEJOHN E. 4 116
GROVES, RICHARD D. 4 2, 12, 116, 82,
84, 85, 191
Wrestling 10, 11, 12 1Captain1; Christmas
Dance Committee 12; Class Tournaments
HALL, AMY 4116
Yearbook Staff 11, 12; Newspaper Staff 10,
HAMONJOHN A. 4 8, 12, 75, 116, 191
Football 10, 11, 121Captain1;Track 10, 11,
12; Wrestling 11, 12; Class Tournaments 10,
HAMRICK, CHARLENE 4 116
FBLA 10, 11; Class Tournaments 11; Library
Club 11, 12.
HANNA, LARRY R.
HANNA, CRYSTAL D. 4 116
FHA 10; GAA 10, 11, 12; French Club 11;
Class AILStars 10, 11.
HANSHAW, DALE W.
HANSHAW, NORMAJ. 4 116, 137
Track 11, 12; FBLA 10, 11, 12; DECA 12;
Magazine Sales Committee 11, 12; Christ-
mas Dance Committee 12; Class Tourna-
HANSHAW, PAMELA L. 4 112, 116,125
Band10,11;Pep Band 10,11;Student Coun-
cil 11, 12; Class President 11; Class Vice
President 12; Prom Committee 11; Christ-
mas Dance Committee 12: Head Usher at
Graduation 11; VICA Secretary 12; Nation.
21 Honor Society 12.
HARRIS, GREGORY 8.4111, 117, 136
Choir 10, 11, 12; Show Choir 11, 12; Vice
President Choir and Show Choir 12; Class
Tournament 11; Chess Club 10', National
Honor Society 12.
HARRIS, TIMOTHY P. 4 117
Band 10; Choir 10, 11,12;President ofChoir
12; All-State Choir 11; National Honor
HARRISON, CYNTHIA M. 4 117
Pep Club 10; Library Aide 10; DECA 12;
DECA Competition 12.
HAYES, ALICE A. 4 6, 10, 55, 117
National Honor Society 11, 12; DECA 10;
Mat Maid 10, 11; Newspaper Staff 1Circula-
tion ManageO 10; Yearbook Staff 11, 12
1Copy Editoo; Prom Committee 11; GAA
10, 11; Magazine Captain 10, 11, 12; Christ-
mas Dance Committee 12, Teacher's Aide
HELLMSJOHN A. 4 16, 117
Show Choir 10, 11, 12; Choir 10, 11, 12;
Homecoming Court Escort 12,
HESS, TONY A.4117
Football 10; Wrestling 10; Track 10, 11; Dra-
ma Competition 12; Readers Theatre Dra-
HOFFMAN, BRIAN D. 4 117
Band 10; Choir 10, 11, 12; Show Choir 10, 11,
HOOVER, ERNEST H. 4 117
HOLCOMBJACK L. 4 2, 7, 117
Basketball 10, 11, 12; Track 11, 12.
HOPKINSJOHN E. 4 117
Choir 10; Track 11; Football 12; Usher at
Graduation 11; VICA 12.
HOPKINS, TAMMY L. 4 3, 6, 10, 12, 13,
32, 38, 19, 42, 117, 190
Band 10, 11, 12; Pep Band 10, 11, 12;
Majorette 12; Candy Snipers 1'1, 12 1Presi-
demo; Garden Club 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11;
FBLA 11, 12; Christmas Dance Committee
12; Prom Committee 11; Usher at Gradua-
tion 11; Free Enterprise Business Camp 11;
French Club 12; Magazine Captain 12;
Homecoming Committee 10, 11, 12.
HUFFMAN, LaVERNE 4 117
HUFFMAN, STEVEN L. 4 117
HUGHES, BOBBY W. 4 4, 8, 72, 75, 118
Football 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10, 11, 12; Bas-
ketball 10, 11, 12; Magazine Captain 11;
Christmas Dance Committee 12; Prom
HUGHES, CATHY S. 4 118
HUGHES, DONALD R. 4 118, 4, 8, 13
Football 10, 11, 12; Weightlifting 10, 11;
Class Tournaments 10, 11, 12; Christmas
Dance Committee 12; Prom Committee 11.
HUGHES, DONNA K. 4 4, 13, 32, 118
Band 10, 11, 12;jazz Band 11; Pep Band 10;
Track 10, 11; GAA 10, 11; National Honor
HUGHES, MICHAEL W. 9 118
HYPES, DALE G. 9 8, 110, 118, 125
Football 10, 11, 12; Class Tournament 10,
11, 12; N-Club 10, 11, 12; Class Vice Presi-
dent 11; Track 10; Choir 10, 12; DECA 12;
Show Choir 12; Student Council 11.
HYPESJERRY A. 9 118
HYPES, KAREN S. 9 118
DECA 11;FBLA 11,12.
INGBLS, KEITH G. 9 32, 112, 118
Class President 12; National Honor Society
Band 10; Band Council 12; English Bowl 11,
12; Usher at Graduation 11; Chess Club 11,
jENKINS, HEATHER A. 9 118
Mat Maid 12.
jENKINS, TERESA L. 9 119
jOHNSON, ANNE M. 9 119
jOHNSON, CONNIE 5.9 44, 119
KINCAID, CHARLES W. 9 119
Class Tournaments 11, 12.
KNIGHT, GERALD 5.9 119
Choir 10, 11, 12; Chess Club 10; DECA 11,
12; Library Club 12.
LAMB, RACHEL A. 9 2, 10, 12,15, 16,17,
42, 62, 63, 112, 119
Cheerleader 10, 11, 12; Sophomore Princess
10; Homecoming Queen 12; French Club
11; FBLA 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12',
Christmas Dance Committee 12; Prom
Committee 11; Garden Club 10, 11, 12;
NewsPaper Staff 10; Yearbook staff 11;
Class Vice President 10; Student Council 10;
Class Treasurer 12; Christmas Court 11;
Graduation Usher 11.
LANHAM, KAREN A. 9 6, 119
Volleyball 12; VICA Chairperson 12; Soft-
ball 12; Class Tournaments 12.
LAWSON, TOMMIE A.917, 119
LEGGJOHN H. 9 119
LEGG, MELISSA A. 9 119
DECA 11, 12.
LEGG, ROGER D. 9 119
LEGG, TIMOTHY V. 9 119
LEWIS, TERRY D. 9 119
LILLY, DAWN Y.L 199
FBLA 12; FTA 12; Office Worker 11, 12;
Prom Committee 11.
LONG, BRIAN K. 9 119
LOPER, WILLIAM L. 9 119
LOVE, DEBORAH L. 9 37, 119
Band10,11,12;Flag Corps 11, 12; Pep Band
10,11, 12; FBLA 11, 12; GAA 10,11;Class
Tournament manager 10; Served at Prom
LUCKY, TRACY A. 9 119
National Honor Society 11, 12; Leo Club 10,
Show Choir 11, 12.
MCCLUNG, AMY R. 9 119
Band 10; Pep Band 10; Library Club 11, 12.
McCLUNG, FRANKLI N D. 9 120
McCLUNG,jOI-IN D. 9 120
MCKINNEY, DEBRA L. 9 120
MCKINNEY, LISA L. 9 6, 40, 42, 120
Band 10, 11; Majorette 10, 11; Pep Band 10,
11; FHA 1Presiden0 12; Garden Club 12;
Office Worker 10, 11; National Honor Soci-
cry 12; Prom Committee 11.
MCKINNEY, RONNIE L. 9 120
Class Tournaments 11, 12.
MCCOY, PAULA S. 9 42, 119
Pep Club 10; Mat Maid 10; Teacher's Aide
12; Band 10; FBLA 11, 12; GAA 10, 11;
Christmas Dance Committee 12; Home-
coming Committee10,11,12;Garden Club
12; Magazine Captain 10, 11; Yearbook
Staff 11, 12.
McMILLION, STEPHANIE S. 9 120
Choir 10, 11;DECA11.
MARKS, STEPHEN D. 9 120
Football 10, 11, 12; Weightlifting 10, 11, 12.
MARTIN, BARBARA A. 9 120
FBLA 11, 12; PTA 12; Magazine Captain 10.
MARTIN, DAVID A. 9 120
MEAD, SAMUEL 1.9 120
Class Tournament 12.
MEADOWS, SHERRY S. 9 34, 120
Concert Choir10,11, 12; Show Choir 10,11,
12; Prom Committee 11; Thespians 10, 11,
12; FTA 12; DECA 12; Class Tournaments
10,11,12;Pep Club10,11;Christmas Dance
Committee 12; Choir Competition 10, 12;
Show Choir Competition 10, 12; DECA
MOORE, DOUGLAS R. 9 120, 82, 191
Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Class Tournament 10,
MOOREJOSEPH P. 9 120
MORRIS, GREGORY T. 9 120
MURPHY, MELODY D. 9 114, 120
NEAL, VICTORIA A. 9 16, 33, 120
Band 11,12;Pep Band 11, 12; Band Council
12; Choir 10, 11, 12; Show Choir 10, 11, 12;
Secretary Choir 12; National Honor Society
12; Senior Attendant 12; GAA 11.
NEALJOSEPH 9 120
NEIL, BOBBY O.
NICHOLAS, NANCY j. 9 120
NICHOLS, TAMMY R. 9 120, 137
Band 10, 11; DECA 12; Newspaper Stafflz;
Class Tournament Basketball 10.
NICHOLS, DAVID 9 120
NUTTER, DEBORAH L. 9 121
Vo-Tech FBLA 11.
O'DELL, DWAYNE 9 6, 72, 75, 111, 121
Football 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10, 11; Base-
ball 10, 11, 12; Track 10; N-Club 10, 11, 12;
Weightlifting 10, 11, 12; Class Tournaments
10, 11, 12.
PARKINS, CARLA A. 9 121
PAXTON, DARREN 9 121, 137, 106
Football 11; Weightlifting 11.
PAXTON, STEVE C. 9 121
PERSINGER, WILLIAM A. 9 75,112,121
Football 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10, 11; Track
10, 11; Student Council President 12; Prom
Committee 11; Class Officer 1Sgt.-at-Arms1
10, 11, 12.
PHILLIPS, PEGGY S. 9 32, 33, 121
National Honor Society 11, 12; Band 10, 11,
12;jazz Band 11; Spanish Club 11; Thespi-
ans 10, 11 Ureasurerk Teacher's Aide 12.
PIERSON, PAUL 8.9121
PROCTORJACK E. 9 121
Baseball 10, 11, 12; N-Club 10, 11, 12;C1ass
Tournaments 11, 12.
PRYORJENNIFERJ. 9 44, 121
French Club 10, 11; LEO Club 10, 11, 12;
PAL Club 10; National Honor Society 12;
Graduation Usher 11; Office Worker 12.
QUERRY, DOUGLAS A. 9 121
RADER, GINGER L910, 20, 78, 79, 121
RADER, KAREN K. 9 42, 121
Thespians 10, 11, 12; Band 10, 11, 12; Pep
Band 10; Flag Corps 11; FBLA 12; Garden
Club 12; Christmas Dance Hostess 10;
English Bowl Alternate 10.
RALEIGH, KENNETH E. 9 122
Library Club 11.
ROBINSONJAMES L. 9 122
ROBERTS, WILLIAM F. 9 122, 82
Baseball 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10, 11, 12.
ROSE, CYNTHIA S. 9 78, 79, 122
Class Tournaments 10, Class All-Stars 10'
Girls Basketball 11, 12; FTA 12; DECA 12.
SCOTT, MICHELEJ. 3 122
SCOTT, TAMMY L. 3 122
Band 10, 11; Pep Band 10, 11; Magazine
Captain 10, 11; Spanish Club 10, 11; Pep
Club 10; FBLA 12; Class Tournaments 10;
FBLA Competition 12.
SEBERT, CYNTHIA W. 3 6, 19, 40, 42,
Choir 10, 11; Show Choir 11; Pep Club 10;
GAA 10, 11; Band 10; Pep Band 10; Garden
Club 12; From Committee 11; Christmas
Dance Committee 12; FHA 12 Nice Presi-
dend; Class Tournament 12; FBLA 12.
SEBERTJOSEPH C. 3 122
Football 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10, 11, 12; Class
Tournaments 10, 11, 12; Boys' State 11;
Christmas King 11.
SELMAN, BERT G. 3 122
SHAFER, WALTER K.-122
FootbaH 10,11,12;11ack 10,11,12
SHARP, KENNY G. 3 122
SHARP, THOMAS K. 3 122
SHAW, RUTH A. 3 122
SHORT, ROWLAND G. 3 122
SIGMAN, CHARLES A. 3 122
SIGMAN, THOMAS E. 3 122, 136
Library Club and Assistant 12; Newspaper
Staff 11, 12; Yearbook Staff12.
SKOCZEN, DONNA L. 3 3, 5,42, 123
Mat Maid 10, 11, 12; GAA 10, 11; Garden
Club 12', Homecoming Committee 10, 11,
12; Magazine Captain 10; Class Tournament
Cheerleader 10; Prom Committee 11; Christ-
mas Dance Committee 12; Pep Club 10, 11.
SMITH, CATHY A. 3 123
French Club 10; FTA 10, 12; National Hon-
or Society 12.
SMITH, LUKE I. 3 123
SPENCERJOSEPH H. 3 123
Class Tournaments 11, 12.
SPENCER, LISA S. 3 123
STARCHER, ROBERT E.
STARCHER, ROMA E. 3 123
DECA 11, 12.
STEELE, KELLY G. 3 123
Thespians 10, 11, 12; Library Club; French
and Spanish Club 10; Teacher's Aide 12.
STONE, KENNETH B. 3123, 74
Football 12; Homecoming Court Escort 10.
STOUT, CRAIG D.
SUMMERS, DONNA L. 4 123
FBLA 11; PAL C1ub11.
SUMMERS, SHARON 1. -,1
FBLA12;FTA12;VICA1 .54 0'
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TALKINGTON, ANDREW A. 3 3, 15,
Basketball 10, 11, 121Co-Captain3;Track 11,
12; National Honor Society 11, 12 1Presi-
dend; Math Field Day 10, 11, 12; Chess Club
10, 11, 12; Graduation Usher 11: Know
Your State Government Day 11; DAR
Good Citizen 12; Homecoming Court
Escort 12; Intramural Ping-Pong 11, 12;
Class Tournament Basketball 1Coach1 11,
TAYLOR, LENORA A. 3 123
Pep Club 10; Spanish Club 11; Prom Com-
mittee 11; Magazine Captain 12; National
Honor Society 11, 12; 2nd Magazine High
TAYLOR, WILMER A. 3 123
THOMAS, EUGENE A. 3 123
THOMAS, MARK A. 3 123
THOMPSON, ROY D. 3 123
TINNEL, BRENDA M. 3 124
Band, 10, 11; Pep Band 10, 11; PTA 11;
FBLA 11, 12; DECA 11, 12; DECA Officer
12; Prom Committee 11; DECA Competi-
tion 11, 12.
TINNEY, LISA M.
TRENT, DWAYNE A. 3 124
Football 10; Band 11; Class Tournaments
TRUMAN, ROBIN C. 3 32, 124
Pep Band 10, 11, 12.
TRUMAN, PENNY L. 3 124
TRUMAN, STEPHANIE L. 3 42, 124
Choir, 10, 11,12;Honor Choir 10; FBLA 11,
12; Garden Club 12; Homecoming Com-
mittee 11, 12.
TUCKER, ERIC M. 3 124, 89, 191, 192
Basketball 11, 12.
TYLER, DENVER C.
Wrestling 11; VICA Nice PresidenQ 12.
4x UNDERWOOD, RICHARD L. 3 124
VAUGHAN, RICHARD S. 3 124
VINES, CHRISTALEA 3 3, 15, 111, 124
Cheerleader 10, 11; FBLA 10, 11, 12; Pep
Club 10, 11; National Honor Society 12;
Garden Club 12; Thespians 10; GAA 10, 11;
Magazine Captain 10, 11, 12; Prom Commit-
tee 11; Christmas Dance Committee 12;
Graduation Usher 11; Class Tournaments
11, 12; Newspaper Staff 10, 11; Yearbook
Staff 11, 12 1Editor1; Homecoming Com-
mittee 10, 11, 12.
WARDJAMES K. 3 7, 19, 87, 110, 124
Baseball 11, 12; Basketball 10, 11, 12; Golf
10, 12; Boys' State 11; Graduation Usher 11;
National Honor Society 11, 121Vice PresJ;
French Club 12; Math Field Day 11', 12.
WHITE, ALMA M. 3 124
Band 10, 11; Thespians 10, 11, 12; Class
Tournaments 11; FHA 10, 11; Drama 11.
WILLIAMSJUDY A. 3 111, 124, 136
Choir 10, 11', FBLA 11, 12.
WILLIAMS, KENDRIA L. 3,124
Candy Striper 11; PAL Club 11, 12; FBLA
12; GAA 10', FHA 10; Manager Girls Bas-
WILLIS, CARL L. 3 124
Class Tournament 10.
WILLIS, KIMBERELY A. 3 124
WILSON, PAUL F. 3 124
WILSON, RONZEL E. 3 124
YOUNG, CATHY C. 3 124
FBLA 10, 11, 12; Garden Club 11.
YOUNG, MELISSAJ. 3 124
YOUNG, LYDON j.
YOUNG, SHARKEY E. 3 124
Months of misery! Lack of sleep! Worry! Hassles! A sense
of Accomplishment! It's FINALLY Finished! The 1984
1. Sara Dooley and Kim Arden become too involved in the game to worry
about taking pictures for The NiclJIoJean.
2. Mr. Roger Pryor, photography teacher, gives Christy Vines some tips on
using a flash when taking pictures in the gym.
3. A rare moment injoumalism 11 class, Tim Comer is actually working!
4. Alice Hayes and Paula McCoy busy themselves with the task of com-
pleting the senior index.
5. While taking a break from taking pictures at football practice, Christy
Vines and Ms. Margaret Hershman enjoy the sun and "chat" with Mr. Buell
Moses, athletic trainer.
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1. Before putting on the finishing touches, there are a lot of other things that
need to be done. Beth Neff concentrates on improving her faculty layouts.
2. Tom Sigman works hard at finishing his assigned pages before the deadline.
3. You know what they say about "all work and no play," but I don't think
there's any chance of this happening here!
4. Posing as our RHS spies, Wood Rich and jack Lumber, Beth Neff and Steve
Copeland "sit back and relax" after enjoying a few of the preps. tPizza and popD
5. Winnie Martin practices her photography skills while enjoying the sun out on
the lake. h
As the year came to a close, Wood Rich and I finals
1y reached a conclusion about why Nicholas County
High School is the best school in the county. NCHS is
a very special school in many aspects but, the students
and faculty at NCHS are what really make it the best.
Like everyone else that will be leaving NCHS this
year, Wood Rich and I will really miss seeing and
hearing everyone cheering at pep meetings and games,
gathering in the auditorium for various events, joking
around and goofing off at lunch and between classes,
and even the crowded hallways at NCHS.
But the thing we all will remember most is the
friendships we enjoyed at NCHS. In good times and
bad e everything is better when its shared with a
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