Norcross High School - Spectrarama Yearbook (Norcross, GA)
- Class of 1982
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Monroe sits quietly in the sun. 3 - Ninth Grade football attacks
Brookwood. 5 - Danny Burns and Wes Burton fill up for today's
practice. 4 - Mr. Phillips making morning announcements. 6 -
Laurie, Whitney. and Paige pose for the camera. 7 - Ms. Baum works
with students. 8 -- Typing student works on his letters. 9 -- N.H.S.
Stadium after a football game? 10 - Tery Stimis listens attentively. 11
- Iennifer Reddick cheers on the Blue Devils! 12 - Ms. Terry
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a speaker. 3 - circle - Cindy Sosebee practicing hard. 4 - The difference in a
senior and a freshman locker. 5 - Ms. Kaplen explains the senior letters. 6 - Tony,
Robert, and Donnie doing dips in P.E. 7 -- Ieff Simmons talking with some friends. 8
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Brilliant colors and new formations catch the
eye of the observer. Every tiny piece of glass
adds beauty to the picture. People at Norcross
High School form different patterns of the
school. Each person is a unique, colorful and
important fragment of the color in the
kaleidoscope. The patterns of the kaleidoscope
could also be looked on as Pattern of every
different persons lifestyles. Every style is
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1 - Students listening to a lecture. 2 - Gentry and Ralph eating a
nutritious lunch. 3 - Students relaxing in Industrial Arts. 4 -- English
students reading a story. 5 - Mrs. Lewis helps with Trig. 6 - Mrs, Harvey
working with a new student. 7 - English student works on homework. 8
- Student working on International Studies. 9 - Madison Co. Band
explains their plans to our band. 10 - The milk cartons full before lunch.
11 - Danny is caught by the camera. Circle - Pieces of music on the
piano to learn. 13 - Kevin Reno enjoys U,S. History.
1 - The Art room wall shows talent of an N.H.S. student. 2 -
Robert doing a good job in' history. 3 - Industrial Arts is a class
that Todd enjoys. Circle - Art student shows off his
accomplishment. 4 - Sabrina Peters working on an assignment.
5 - Doing extra work for typing is hard. 6 - Two girls passing
notes. 7 - Working in the shop takes careful hands. 8 - Iames
Rice enjoys a fun ride with the girls. 9 - Ms. Westaway advises
Sam and Deneen.
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The designs of the school place marks on each of our lives.
The teachers teach us part of our values and ideas. The
activities we take place in teach us sportsmanship, and
responsibilities. The imprints the school places on each of us
will be used throughout the rest of our lives. These designs
help us all in our future lives.
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We would like to dedicate the 1982 A
Spectrararna to Collier Westmoreland and
Lucy Maddox. For there outstanding ability to
helpful attitudes when working with students. i
These two people have contributed much of t
their time and effort in past years at Norcross
High School. We would like to thank Mr.
Westmoreland and Lucy Maddox for being
great teachers and friends.
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ADMINISTRATION and SECRETARIES of Norcross
High School, and the amount of years they have devoted to
their job. This year, all the teachers were asked if you could
he anybody in the world. who would it be, and what are
your reasons for wanting to be this person. All of these said
that they liked being themselves.
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The Administration of Norcross has a job that many people
think is easy, hilt in reality is quite hard. The secretaries
' work hard keeping the records in order, attending the
money, and allowing students to check out, while the
Administration stays busy watching over and helping the
students in any way that they can. Norcross is very lucky to
have such a great Administration.
Mr. Richard Cooper
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Mrs. Rosemary Bolton Mr. Richard Cooper
4 years Assistant Principal
This year's English teachers are a great asset. They teach
the subject most needed to graduate.
Mrs. Stripling, the head ofthe English department, led the
teachers as they improved the quality of our education.
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Mrs. Cindy Westaway
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Mrs. Sandy Barnes
Mrs. Sandra Raasch Mrs. Ester Shaw
11 years 11 years
Mrs. Holly Anne Nordquest
Mrs. Paola R. Terry
Le There was a new group of teachers to this year's faculty.
Introducing: Mrs. Cindy Westaway, Mrs. Sondra Raasch,
Mrs. Paola Terry, and Mr. Edward Smith. Mrs. Westway
attended Fla. State Univ., Mrs. Raasch attended Midland
Lutheran College, Mrs. Terry attended Univ. of London,
and Mr. Edward Smith attended Univ. of Georgia. They
are all an asset to our faculty staff.
Ms. Cynthia lean Hicks
Mrs. Gail Middour
Mr. Edward Thompson Smith
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Mrs. Susan Stripling Mrs. Iudy Williams Mrs. Cay Caudell Maddox
12 years 14 years 1 year
Our home economics classes are always brightened by smiles of
This year our band and chorus teachers are fairly new at NHS and
those two ladies who don't cry over spilt milk or broken sewing
are doing a super job.
Mrs. Susan Duncan
Ms. Sue Dozier
Ms. Marianne johnson Mr. Donald Snyder
6 years 6 years
Mrs. Sallie Weatherford
Mr. Iohn Dolvin Mrs. Kay Harvey
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Mrs. Dorothy Lewis
Mr. Ioseph McKinstry
Mrs. Linda Odum
This year the mathematics department has added two new
members to their clan, Mrs. Douris Young and Mrs. Susie
Duncan. Being a math teacher at NHS is always different!
Nevertheless, where would we be without them all and their fun
Mrs. Ienny Thomas
Mrs. Doris Young
Ms. Bonnie Ramsey
The world of science is a fascinating field, and our
science teachers help make it the most enjoyable and
entertaining it could possibly be.
Mrs. Daniela M. Taylor
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Mrs. Karen Swift
Mr. Iohn Murphy Iones
Mrs. Marcia Alice Perdue Middour
Mrs. Patricia M. Flowers
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teachers gave us will be invaluable.
Business in our world today is "where it's at." When we
think back from the years to come the help our business
Mr. Meade Duckworth
David Ioel Peeples
Mrs. Ioan E, Pavlos
Mr. Kirby W. Cox Mrs. Cynthia Bowers
12 years 4 years
The Special Aide Department devotes themselves to
helping and teaching the unique people of NHS. They do
this with dedication and care.
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Marcia B. Stevens
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Mr. Larry Martin Swaim
Mr. Richard L. Southerland Mrs. Iune Walburn
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Mrs. Susan L. Baum
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Mrs. Anna Louise Law
Social studies help shape and mold us by letting us know
where we started and in what direction we are headed.
Mr. Gregory Lynn Spotts
Mrs. Lucy Spence Maddox
Ms. Holly Withrow
Mrs. Harriet Hayes McDevitt Mr. Collier Westmoreland
13 years 14 years
exciting to be around. When it comes playing time they really get
Coaching at Norcross has always been a fun job. This year the
coaches have done a spectacular job. They are always fun and
down to business. This year the coaches have a new member,
Coach Eddie Smith.
' Stan Shepherd
Penny Palmer Cheryl Ann Spotts
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Mr. David McVay
Mr. Robert Westfall Mr. Roger Fannon
7 years 6 years
The people who work hard in the guidance office added
some new members to help them. During registration and
rescheduling things got very busy, but students appreciated
their efforts and understanding.
Our art and drafting departments have always been among
the best. So, here is to another great NHS year!
Mrs. Flora Underwood
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Mrs. Sharon Kaplan
Mrs. Ioyce Torcivia
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Our Ianitorial and Cafeteria staff play a very important
part in our school of the year program. They all work very
hard in keeping our school clean. Instead of hiring an
outside group, Dr. Phillips hired our janitorial staff to do all
the cleaning around the school. By working many long and
hard hours, they did an excellent job.
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Cooks and Cleaners
Starting his day off mopping our halls.
Sweeping in the halls.
Our cafeteria staff works hard every morning preparing
our food. Dasiy Benson is the manager of the staff. She
comes in early every morning to open up and get the others
Different ladies work on different foods. Nena Brown and
Dorris Westberry work on the vegetables and preparing the
salad. Bernice Iones and Margie Barnetts prepare the chef
salad and the sack lunches. Martha Freeman and Sandra
Moles bake the cakes.
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Margie Barnett Martha Freeman Dais Bensobn
Putting up stock. Preparing chef salad. Getting ready for a long days work.
Daisy Benson, Bernice Iones, Martha Freeman. Margie Barnet, Cenva I'-lamiliton, Sandra Moles, Ruby Mullinax, Nena Brown, Dorris Wesberry.
The teachers at Norcross High are always full of surprises
and unusual things. We were lucky enough to get some
pictures of them in their true color, when they thought that
a camera was no where around. When they aren't hackling
you with homework, they are usually doing what you see in
Even the best make mistakes . . . sometimes.
And these are one of the effects of singing.
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Mrs. English loses her mind while working on schedules.
And this small dot right here is the city of Norcross.
Hey baby! I know I'm a number one hunk!!
be put in the Spectrarama and we hope that they
Coach Westmoreland, I like your class this much.
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The first clue that a teacher has been working too hard. OH NO! It is another fake excuse.
help you with your problems.
These teachers are very special because they were caught
ata very unusual time. They didn't know that these would
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Laura Ann Byas Dawn LaRue Cain
Amy Cantrell Iames William Caras
Connie Dee Causey Cynthia Lynne Chastain
Chris Burton Tamera Butcher
Lela Vista Camp Michael Cannon
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Rhonda Lynn Clark Tonya Dee Clark
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Mary Beth Mitchell
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Marianne Willis Medlock Billy Terrell Messer lohn T. Miller
Kerry Mixon Anna Corre Mobley Gregory I. Moody
Sonya Moore Billy Wayne Morris, Ir. Darrell W. Mullinax
Ioni Lynn Nash Robert Calvin Nelson, Ir. Barbara Boutwell Nigreville
Patricia Ann Nix Mary Nolind Kenneth Daniel Nowak Adam Paul Oaks
Timothy Patrick O'Malley Mark Richard Orr Ben Parris Ieffrey Scott Patrick
Regina Patterson David P. Payne Rebecca Ann Penland Terri L. Peters
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Sandee L. Pommer
Charlotte Ann Price
Iohn David Phillips Iulie L. Phillips Anthony Pierce
Nannette Vlisia Poole Lyle K. Porter Pamela Marie Powell
Harley Adge Pritchard Sherry Pruitt Iohn L. Ratliff
Suzanne Redmon Lori Beth Richards Chris M. Rippley
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Donald T. Warcop Kimberly Ann Waylen Iu-Chun Wen
Fredrick Glenn Tucker
Randall Emmitt Wade
William Lewis Wallace, III
Kenneth Ray Wheeler
Sharon Christine Wheeler Timothy Mark Wheeler jennifer Leigh Wiley Andrea L. Williams
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Iohn Henry Wilson Sharon Winberg Dreama Darlene Wingate I. Michael Woods
Lisa Michelle Workman Michael E.. Worthy Amy E. Worrall Kathleen Karen Wright
Tammi Lynn Young Tina D. Garner Young Fredrick K. Youngman
1 - Gee, Are those our cheerleaders? 2 - I've got style and I know it. 3 -
When did you say my McDevitt term paper was due? 4 - Now let me get this
straight. 5 - Gentry always gets serious after cracking a joke. 6 - You can't
be serious, 7 - You said you wanted me to do more homework? 8 - Is this
the way you want me to pose? 9 - Lori shows band spirit.
Debbie Appling - FBLA 123 FHA 9, 10,
Reporter 101 Iunior Achievement 103 Life
Club 9, 103 Office Aide 12.
Tracy Bailey - Honors Roll 9, 10, 11, 123
Life Skills 113 Office Aide 9,10, 11.
Lawanna Bales - Beta Club 11, 123
Governor Honors Nominee 113 Honors
Roll9,10,11,123 Life Skills 113 Marching
Band 9, 10, 113 National Honors Society 12.
Greg Baltzer - Governor Honors
Nominee 113 Honors Roll 9, 10,1822 Band
9, 10, 113 Iunior Civitan 123 Marching Band
9, 10, 11, 12: Office Aide 93 Pep Club 9,10.
Clyde Barker - B-Team Basketball 102 B-
Team Football 101 Iunior Achievement 113
Life Skills 113 Mr. Senior Classg "N" Club
9, 103 NHS Court3 Ninth Grade Football3
Superlative 11, 123 Track Team 11, 123
Varsity Football 11, 123 Wrestling 9.
Howard Barnett - Soccer 9.
Linda Barrett- Deca 11, 12QIl1I'llOI'
Achievement 113 Library Aide 123 Life
Club 93 Life Skills 11.
Iohn Barrow - Chess Club 93 Georgia
Tech Distinguished Math Scholar Award
113 Governor Honors Nominee 113 Honors
Roll 9, 10, 11, 123 Iazz Band 11,12Qunior
Civitan 11,123 Marching Band Ai e 11,123
Math Team 10,11.
Dawn Bauer - DECA 11, 123 FHA 113
Iunior Achievement 113 Library Aide 123
Life Club 9.
Blake Beeson - B-Team Basketball 103
GolfTeam 9, 10, 11, 121 Life Club 9,103 "N'
Club 103 NHS Court3 Ninth Grade
Basketball3 SAE 9, 103 Track Team 93
Varsity Football 10, 11, 123 Youth Against
Tom Bierster - Advocate Staff 11,
Photography Editor 113 Debate Team 123
Tennis Team 10, 11, 123 Wrestling 9.
Ralph Black - B-Team Football 103 Life
Club 103 Track Team 113 Wrestling 10.
Pam Bolen - Chorus 9, 113 Concert
Chorus 9,113 FBLA 123 Life Club 9.
Dee Dee Boles - Chorus 123 Iunior
Achievement 113 Life Club 93 Pep Club 93
Science Club 9.
Mark Bonner - Art Club 103 B-Team
Football 93 Industrial Arts Club 103 Ninth
Grade Football3 Soccer 93 Track Team 9,
10, 11, 123 Varsity Football 10, 11, 123
Allison Bowen - B-Team Basketball 93 B-
Team Cheerleader 103 Cross Country 93
Life Club 103 "N" Club 9, 101 Office Aide 93
Quill and Scroll 10, 113 SAE 103 Softball 9,
10: SPECTRARAMA Staff 10, 11, Class
Editor 113 Superlative 93 Su erlative
Nominee 123 Varsity Cheerijeader 113
Who's Who Among American High School
Students 113 Youth Against Cancer 11.
Tamera Butcher - Library Aide 93 Office
Aide 11,123VOT 11, 12, Historian 12,
Ann Bryant- Flag Corps 9, 10, 113 Track
Team 9, 10.
Laura Byas - FBLA 11, 123 Honors Roll
113 Office Aide 11,123VOT 11, 12,
Historian 12, Reporter 12.
Vista Camp - FBLA 11, 12, Honors Roll
113 Library Aide 113 Office Aide 11,123
VOT 11, 12, Treasurer 12.
Amy Cantrell - Cross Country 113 FBLA
93 FHA 9,113Iunior Achievement 9, 111
Life Club 93 Science Club 93 Track Team
Iimmy Caras - Chess Club 10, Soccer 10,
Shelly Carlson - DECA 11, 123 FHA 9, 103
Honors Roll 103 Library Aide 113 Life Club
Michael Cannon - Beta Club 9, 10, 113
Class Officer 11, Secretary 113 Debate
Team 9, 10, 113 Golf Team 9,10,11,123
Honors Roll 9, 10, 11, 123 Marching Band 9,
103 SPECTRARAMA Staff 123 Student
Council 113 Who's Who Among American
High School Students 11.
Connie Causey - Chorus 113 Concert
Chorus 113 DECA 11, 12, Historian 12,
Cynthia Chastain - Chorus 93 FHA 9, 113
Office Aide 11, Xerox Aide 12.
Rhonda Clark - B-Team Basketball 93
Debate Team 103 Library Aide 11.
Tonya Clark - DECA 113 FBLA 93 Life
Club 9, 103 P.E. Aide 9, 10, 11,12.
Michelle Cobb - Beta Club 11, 123
Childrens Theatre 11, 123 Chorus 113
Governor Honors Nominee 10,113 Honors
Roll 9, 10, 11, 123 Iunior Marshall3 Math
Team 11, 12, Treasurer 123 Mu Al ha
Theta 11, 12, Treasurer 123 Superlrdtive
Nominee 123 Thespian 10,11, 12, Prop
Manager 11, President 12.
Craig Cochran - Allstate Band Alternate
113 Band Aide 113 Beta Club 10,11,123
Chess Club 10, 111 District Wind Ensemble
10, 11, 123 Georgia Certificate of Merit
Winner 113 Georgia Tech Distinguished
Science Scholar 113 Governor Honors
Nominee 10, 11, Music Semi-Finalist113
Honors Roll 9, 10, 11, 123 Interact Club 11,
123 Iazz Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Section Leader
10, 11,123Iunior Civitan 103 Iunior
Marshall3 Life Club 9,101 Life Skills 113
Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Section
Leader 10, 11, 123 Math Team 9, 10, 11,123
Mercer University Honor Wind Ensemble
113 National Honors Societ 10, 11,123
Outstanding Iunior in Bandl113
Outstanding Progress Award 9, 113 Pep
Band 9,10, 11, 123 Perfect Attendance 103
Science Bowl 113 Science Club 103 Science
Fair Winner 113 Soccer 93 Spring Musical
Pit Orchestra 9, 11,123Superlative
Nominee 123 Symphonic Band 9,10,11,12,
Section Leader 10,11,12.
Mike Cochran - B-Team Basketball 93 B-
Team Football 103 Life Club 103 "N" Club
10, Ninth Grade Football3 NHS Court3
Track Team 103 Varsity Football 10.
Robyn Cohen - Governor Honors
Nominee 10,113 Honors Roll 10, 11, 123
Iunior Civitan 11, 123 Math Team 113 Quill
and Scroll 10, 11, 12, SPECTRARAMA
Staff 10, 11, 12, Class Editor 11, 12, Senior
Editor 123 Su erlative Nominee 123
Teachers Aidne 12.
Mel Coker - Advocate Staff 11, 123
AIASA 9, 10, 11, 12, Vice-President 9, 10,
President 11, 125 Beta Club 10, 11, 123 Class
Officer 9, 10, 11, President 9, 10, 11Q Cross
Country 9,10, 11, 123 Governor Honors
Nominee 10, 113 Honors Roll 9, 10, 11, 123
Industrial Arts Club 9, 10, 11, 12, Re orter
10, President 11, 123 Iunior Marshalf?
National Honors Society 10, 11, 123 NHS
Court3 Presbyterian Iunior Fellow 113
Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12, Vice-
President 11, Outstanding Student Council
Member 113 Superlative 9, 10, Superlative
Nominee 123 Track Team 93 University of
Georgia Certificate of Merit 113 WSB
Young American Nominee 123 Youth
Against Cancer 10,11,12.
Mary Beth Cook - Art Club 9.
Susan Cook - Beta Club 11, 123 B-Team
Cheerleader 9, 103 B-Team Soccer
Cheerleader 9, Co-Captain 93 DECA 123
Homeroom Representative 9, 10, 111
Honors Roll 9, 10, 113 Life lBible Studyl 9,
10, 113 Literary Magazine Staff 9, 103 Office
Aide 113 Student Council 9, 10,11g
Teachers Aide 121 Varsity Cheerleader 11,
123 Youth Against Cancer 12.
Penny Cooper - Beta Club 9, 10, 113 FHA
93 Honors Roll 9, 103 Y-Club 9, 10, 11,
Historian 10, Public Relations 10.
Georgette Conklin - Chorus 93 DECA 112
Student Council 93 Tennis Team 9.
Bret Courtney - Chess Club 93 Iunior
Civitan 10, 113 Science Club 9,10.
Iimmy Cox - DECA 11, 123 Honors Roll
10,11,123SuperlatiVe Nominee 12.
Roxanne Cox - Advocate Staff 123 Beta
Club 11, 123 Class Officer 11, 12, Treasurer
11, Secretary 123 Governor Honors
Nominee 10, 113 Honors Roll 9, 10, 11, 123
Industrial Arts Club 9, 10, 11, 12, Treasurer
10, 113 Life Club 9, 103 Math Team 11,
National Honors Society 11, 123 Student
Council 93 Superlative Nominee 123 Track
Donna Creel - FBLA 123 Miss Norcross
Pageant 11, VOT 12.
Brenda Cromer - FBLA 11, 123 Office
Aide 9,12gVOT 11,12.
Scott Curtis - Beta Club 10, 11, 123
Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 123 Governor
Honors Nominee 10, 112 Homeroom
Representative 123 Honors Roll 9, 10, 11,
123 Interact Club 11,123 Iazz Band 9,10,11,
123 Iunior Achievement 113 Iunior
Marshall: Life Club 9, 103 Marching Band
9, 10, 11, 123 National Honors Society 11,
123 "N" Club 9, 103 Ninth Grade Football3
Soccer 9, 10, Superlative Nominee 123
Thespian 10, 11, 12.
Doug Davidson - Cross Country 123
Iunior Achievement 11, 123 "N" Club 103
Corkie Davis - Advocate Staff 11,
Business Manager 113 Drama 9, 10, 11, 123
FBLA 9, 10, 11, Reporter 11, Foreign
Language 123 Governor Honors Nominee
103 Life Club 9,103 Office Aide 10, 11,122
SAE 93 Success Center Aide 11, 123
Thespian 11, 12.
Greg Davies - Baseball Team 9, 10, 11, 123
Interact Club 123 "N" Club 103 NHS Court,
Superlative Nominee 123 Track Team 9, 10,
11, 123 Wrestling 10,11,12.
Dana Davis - Beta Club 11, 123 Concert
Band 9, 10, 11, 123 Governor Honors
Nominee 103 Honors Roll 9, 10, 11, 123
Iunior Achievement 11, 123 Life Club 9, 10,
113 Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Assistant
Secretary 10, Section Leader 11, 123 "N"
Lei hAnn Davis - Advocate Staff 103 Beta
'CluI110,11, 123 B-Team Basketball 9, 101
Honors Roll 9, 10, 11, '121ILlI1i0I' Marshall3
National Honors Society 11, 123 NHS
Court3 Softball 9, 103 Varsity Basketball 10,
11, 123 Youth Against Cancer 11, 12.
Lisa Davis - Chorus 113 Concert Band 9,
10, 113 FBLA 11, 12, Secretary 12, Honors
Roll 10, 113 Life Club 101 Marching Band 9,
103 Office Aide 123 VOT 12.
jennifer Deal - Concert Band 93 Honors
Roll 9, 123 Teachers Aide 10,11, 12.
Natalie Deen - Chorus 11, 123 Cross
Country 10, 123 Flag Corps 10,11,123Iunior
Civitan 123 Life Club 103 Marching Band
11, 123 "N" Club 103 Track Team 10,11,12.
Ieff Donaldson - Baseball Team 9, 103 B-
Team Football 113 Ninth Grade Football:
Office Aide 10, 123 Varsity Football 12.
Annette Donehoo - Chorus 11, FHA 9, 11,
121 Flag Corps 11,123 Honors Roll 93 Office
Mark Donihe - Advocate Staff 11, 12, Art
Editor 11, 123 Baseball Team 9, 10, 113 Beta
Club 11, 123 B-Team Basketball 103 B-Team
Football 113 Class Officer 12, Vice-
President 123 Golf Team 10, 11, 123 Honors
Roll 9, 10, 11, 123 Interact Club 11, 12,
President 123 Iunior Marshall3 National
Honors Society 11, 123 "N" Club 102 NHS
Court3 Ninth Grade Football3 Ph sical
Education Merit Award 113 Quillland
Scroll 11, 123 Student Council 123
Superlative Nominee 11, 123 Superlative
123 University of Georgia Merit Award 113
Varsity Football 12, Woodmen Award in
U.S. History 10.
Sherri Dowell - Art Club 103 Life Club 9,
10, 11, 123 Life Skills 113 Tennis Team 113
Youth Against Cancer 11,12.
Casey Dunn - B-Team Football 103
Library Aide 102 Ninth Grade Football3
Varsity Football 11, 123 Youth Against
Chip Dunn - Advocate Staff 11, 12,
Assistant Sports Editor 11, Advertising
Editor 11, Editor 123 B-Team Football 103
Interact Club 11, 12,Vice-President113
Life Club 10, Ninth Grade Football 93 Quill
and Scroll 11, 122 Science Club 103
Superlative Nominee 12.
Lori Durham - Advocate Staff 10, 11, 12,
Assistant Feature Editor 10, Feature Editor
11, Copy Editor 123 B-Team Cheerleader
103 Governor Honors Nominee 113
l Homecoming Court 123 Life Club 9,101
, NHS Court3 Quill and Scroll 11, 121 SAE 9,
i 103 Superlative 123 Varsity Cheerleader 11:
1 Youth Against Cancer 12.
1 Sterling Durrett - B-Team Basketball 9,
103 Cross Country 93 Honors Roll 10, 111
i Interact Club 121 Library Aide 113
Superlative Nominee 123 Varsity
Basketball 11, 12.
Fred Dye - B-Team Basketball 103 Chess
Frank Edge - DECA 11, 12, Who's Who
1 Among American High School Students
Cassondra Eleton - FBLA 9, 10, 11, 12,
Treasurer 10, 11, Program Director 123
Honors ROll10Q Office Aide 9,10,11,123
VOCA 9, 103 Honor Student 101 VOT 11,
12, Secretary 12.
Ioan Elias - Honors Roll 11, Xerox Room
Aide 11, 12.
Candi Eller - Chorus 11, 12, Secretary 123
'Life Club 9, 103 Life Skills 113 Marching
Kristi Ellis - Advocate Staff 103 Beta Club
11, 123 B-Team Basketball 9, 103 Governor
Honors Nominee 10, 113 Honors Roll 9, 10,
11, 123 Life Skills 9, 103 Math Team 123
National Honors Society 123 "N" Club 9,
103 SAE 9, 103 Softball 9, 10, 11, 123
Superlative 9, 105 Varsity Basketball 113
Youth Against Cancer 11, 12, Vice-
President 11, 12.
'Ienny English - Advocate Staff 10, 113
DECA 12, Reporter 123 FHA 93 Life Club
110, 113 NHS SPECTRARAMA Pageant
'Third Runner Up 103 Pep Club 93 SAE 10,
Who's Who American High School
Tim Ervin - VOCA 9,10,11.
Clay Eubanks - B-Team Football 10, 113
Ninth Grade Football3 Soccer 93 Varsity
David Felsberg - Honors Roll 9, 103
Interact Club 113 Marching Band 9, 10.
Denise Ferguson - Beta Club 10, 11, 123
Debate Team 11, Secretary 113 FHA 9,101
Flag Corps 9, 10, 113 Governor Honors
Nominee 10, 11, Honors Roll 9, 10, 11, 123
Iunior Achievement 10, 11,12, Safety
Director of the Year 10, President 11, 123
Iunior Civitan 10, 11, Treasurer 103 Iunior
Marshall3 Life Club 9,10, 113 Math Team
10, 11, 123 National Honors Society 10,11,
123 Science Club 9,10,11,12.
Wendy Gable - Children Theatre 113
Chorus 123 Drama Company 10, 11, 12,
FBLA 93 Industrial Arts Club 9, 10, 113
junior Achievement 10, 113 Life Club 9,101
Teachers Aide 103 Thespian 12,
Photographer 123 Youth Against Cancer 12.
Gentry Ganote - Baseball Team 10, 113
B-Team Football 10, 113 Golf Team 10,11,
122 Interact Club 12QIUI1IOI' Achievement
113 "N" Club 11, 123 NHS Court3 Student
Council 123 Superlative 123 Varsity
Football 11, 12.
Ieff Garmon - Iunior Achievement 113
Marching Band 9, 10, 113 "N" Club 9,10.
Kellie Garmon - Advocate Staff 11, 12,
Feature Editor 123 Beta Club 10, 11,122 B-
Team Cheerleader 103 Class Officer 9, 11,
Secretary 9, Vice-President 113 Governor
Honors Nominee 10, 11, Honors Roll 9, 10,
11, 123 Industrial Arts Club 9,10,11, 12,
Parliamentarian 10, Vice-President 11,
Secretary 123 Life Club 9, 103 Math Team
11, National Honors Society 10, 11,123
Student Council 9, 11, 12, Reporter 11,
President 123 Superlative 103 Superlative
Nominee 10, 123 Track Team 9.
Lisa Garner - Advocate Staff 113 Beta
Club 123 Chorus 11, 12, Treasurer 11,121
District Honors Chorus 9, 10, 123 Featured
Twirler 10, 11, 12, Governor Honors
Nominee 10, 11, Homecoming Court 103
Honors Roll 9, 10,11, 123 Iunior
Achievement 113 Iunior Civitan 10, 11, 123
Life Club 9,10, 113 Life Skills 113 Madrigals
11, 123 Marching Band 9,10,11,123 "N"
Club 10, 11, Show Choir 123 Superlative 9,
11, 123 Thespian 12, Youth Against Cancer
Nina Garner - Beta Club 11, 123 Chorus 9,
11, Class Officer 10, Secretary 10, Debate
Team 103 Flag Corps 9, 1U3 Governor
Honors Nominee 10, 113 Math Finalist 113
Honors Roll 9, 10, 11, 123 Iunior Civitan 11,
12, President 121 Lunior Marshall: Life
Club 9, 103 Life S ills 12, Marching Band
10, 11, 121 Math Award 9, 11, Math Team
10, 11, 123 Miss Norcross Pageant 123 Miss
SPECTRARAMA Pa eant 101 Mu Alpha
Theta 11,123 NationaIHonors Society 11,
123 "N" Club 9,103 Ninth District Honors
Chorus 93 Rifle Corps 11, 12, Captain 123
Soccer Statistician 10, 113 Softball 9, 103
Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12, Secretary 123
Superlative 93 Superlative Nominee 10, 11,
123 University of Georgia Certificate of
Ierry Gerber - Beta Club 11, 123 Honors
Roll 9, 10, 11,122 Iunior Marshall3
Marching Band 93 National Honors Society
11, 121 Soccer 9.
Ioyce Gerber - Marching Band 9, 103
Ioe Gilbert- Advocate Staff 113 Baseball
Team 9, 10, 11, 123 B-Team Basketball 9, 103
Life Club 9, 103 "N" Club 10, 11, 123 NHS
Court3 Ninth Grade F0Otl'Jallj Superlative
11, 121 Track Team 9, 10, 11,121 Varsity
Football 10, 11, 12.
Denise Gilleland - Advocate Staff 103
Homecoming Court 10, 123 Industrial Arts
Club 9, 103 Life Skills 9, 103 Miss Senior
Classg NHS Court3 SAE 103 Student
Council 10, 123 Youth Against Cancer 12.
Robin Giles - Industrial Arts Club 9.
Pat Godwin - B-Team Football 10, 11:
Interact Club 123 Ninth Grade Football3
Soccer 10, 11, 123 Varsity Football 12.
Nathan Goss - B-Team Football 9, 103
Industrial Arts Club 93 VOCA 9.
Kim Groeber - FBLA 123 Honors Roll 9,
10, 11, 12.
Bill Gunnin - Chess Club 93 Chorus 111
Debate Team 9, 103 Governor Honors
Nominee 113 Iazz Band 9,10iilunior
Civitan 10,11,12,ViCe-Presi ent 10, State
Officer - Lt. Governor 123 Life Club 9,10,
Vice-President 101 Life Skills 113 Marching
Band 9,10, 11, 12, Percussion Section
Leader 123 "N" Club 103 Science Club 9,
103 Soccer 93 SPECTRARAMA Staff 12,
Photographer 123 Superlative Nominee 9,
10, 'l23Tl1eSpiElI1 10,11, 12, Photographer
Alan Hagorty - Govern or Honors
Nominee 113 Iazz Band 121 Marching Band
123 Who's Who Among American High
School Students 12.
Alice Hall- Chorus 113 DECA 113 Flag
Cor s 9,10,113Iunior Civitan 11,123 Life
Club9, 103 Track Team 10.
Angela Hall- Advocate Staff 113 Chorus
11, 123 Concert Band 9,10,11,123
Counselors Aide 113 District Honors
Chorus 123 Governor Honors Nominee 113
Life Club 9, 103 Marching Band 9,10,11,
12, Row Leader 10, 11, 123 Outstanding Alto
113 Teachers Aide 10, 12.
Derick Hall- Honors Roll 11, 123 Soccer
9,10,11, 123 Who's Who Among American
High School Students 11,12.
Alisa Hamilton - FBLA 123 Pep Club 93
Track Team 103 VOT 12.
Lamar Hamilton - Chess Club 93
Marching Band 9.
Larry Hamrick - Chorus 113 Honors Roll
93lt1I1iOI' Achievement 111 Iunior Civitan
10, 11, 12, Sergeant of Arms 10,11,123
Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Row Leader
123 SPECTRARAMA Staff 123 Thespian 12,
Prop Manager 12.
Iimmy Harkins - Advocate Staff 11, 12,
Sports Editor 123 Interact Club 113 Library
Aide 103 "N" Club 102 Ninth Grade
Football3 Varsity Golf 10, 11, 12.
Robby Harmon - B-Team Football 103
Honors Roll 9, 103 Ninth Grade Football3
Track Team 10, 11, 123 Varsity Football 11,
MaryKay Harriman - B-Team
Cheerleader 9,101 Homecoming Court 9,
123 Honors Roll 10,113 Life Club 9,103
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12, Sports Editor 11, Class Editor 12, Senior
Editor 123 Student Council 113 Superlative
10, 11, 122 Varsity Cheerleader 11,12,
Captain 123 Who's Who Among American
High School Students 11, 123 Youth Against
Cancer 11, 12.
Mike Harris - Baseball Team 9, 10, 11, 123
Track Team 9, 10, 11, 121 Varsity Basketball
9, 10, 11, 123 Varsity Football 9, 10, 11, 12.
Tim Hayes - Soccer 10, 11.
Anna Herrington - Advocate Staff 11,
Honors Roll 113IIunior Achievement 113
Life Skills 112 O fice Aide 123 Youth
Against Cancer 12.
Dawn Hickman -- FBLA 11Q Marching
Band 9,10, 11,123 Rifle Corps 10,12.
Patti Hicks - FHA 12, Degree Chairman
123 Honors Roll 11.
Todd Hicks - Baseball Team 10,11,123
"C" Club 10,1'1, '12.
Gina Holbrook - Concert Band 9, 103
Homestead Senior Constitution Committee
113 International Foreign Langua e Club
111 Marchin Band 103 Office Aife 103
Science Clug 93 Soccerettes Cheerleader
103 Student Council 113 Swimming 10,113
Water Polo 10, 113 Wrestlerettes
Charlene Honea - Library Aide 123
Office Aide 11,
Bev Howard - Advocate Staff 103 Beta
Club 10, 11, 121 B-Team Basketball 93 Class
Officer 11312, Secretary 11, Treasurer 123
Honors Roll 9, 10, 11, 123 Industrial Arts
Club 10,11, 123lUI1iOF M8FSh8llQ National
Honors Society 10, 11,123 "N"Club 11,123
NHS Court3 Softball 10, 11, 123 Student
Council 11, 12, Vice-President123
Superlative 11, 123 Tennis Team 11, 121
United States Senate Program Nominee
123 University of Georgia Merit Winner 113
WSB Great Young American Nominee 123
Youth Against Cancer 11, 12, President 11,
State Vice-President 11, State President 12.
Kelly Hughes - DECA 123 Industrial Arts
Club 9, 12.
Kecia Hyde - FBLA 9, 10, 11, 12, Program
Director 9, 11, Secretary 10, President 12,
State Reporter 123 Office Aide 113 SAE 93
VOT 11, 123 Youth Against Cancer 11.
Barbara Iarvis - Art Club 9, 10, 11, 12,
Vice-President10, President 113 Governor
Honors Nominee 103 Library Aide 12.
Kendra Iett - B-Team Basketball 93 FBLA
'11, 123 VOT 11,12.
Patty Iett - FBLA 11, 123 Office Aide 123
VOT 11, 123 Good Health and Welfare
Anna Iohnson - B-Team Football
Manager 93 Chorus 11,123 Debate Team 93
Flag Corps 10,11,123IaZZ Band 123 Iunior
Civitan 123 Life Club 9, 103 Marching Band
11, '123Nl1'1tl1 Grade Basketball.
Bart Iohnson - DECA 113 Track Team 12.
Chip Iohnson - Baseball Team 9, 10, 11,
123 B-Team Football 103 "N" Club3 NHS
Court 11, 123 Ninth Grade F0Ofball3 Varsity
Football 11, 12.
Cindy Iohnson - FHA 103 Library Aide
Cricket Iohnson - DECA 11.
Darrell Iohnson - Chorus 93 Cross
Country 123 Interact Club '12Qllll'1lOI'
Deneen Iohnson - B-Team Cheerleader
9, 103 Homecoming Court 9, 11, 123 Life
Club 9, 103 Miss NHS: NHS Court3 Quill
and Scroll 11, 123 SAE 9,103
SPECTRARAMA Staff 10, 11,12, Sports
Editor 11, Editor 'l23Sl1peI'l3tIV6 11,123
Varsity Cheerleader 11, 123 Who' Who
Among American High School Students
113 Youth Against Cancer 12.
Roland Iohnson - Varsity Football 12.
Hyuncho Kang - Chorus 123 Soccer 11, 123
Varsity Football 11, 12.
Tim Kelley - Gymnastics 9, 10, 11, 123
Interact C ub 11, 121 Varsity Cheerleader
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luanita Kennemore - B-Team Basketball
Iill Key - Art Club 9, 103 DECA 121 Life
Club 103 Pep Club 9, 101 Teachers Aide 11,
Patrick Kilpatrick - Cross Country 121
Interact Club 12Q Life Club 9, 101 Marching
Band 9, 10, 11, HN" Club 10.
Eula Kittle - DECA 11, 123 Library Aide
103 Superlative 9.
Chris Knowles - Advocate Staff 9, 10, 11,
12, Sports Editor 11, Associate Editor 12,
Chess Club 93 Interact Club 11,123IaZZ
Band 123 Life Club 9, 102 Marching Band 9,
10, 11, 123 "N" Club 101 Quill and Scroll 10,
11, 121 Science Club 9, 10,11,12, President
101 Soccer 9, 10, Manager 93 Symphonic
Band 9,10, 11,12.
Brian Kozloski - Library Aide 9.
Taylor Lackey - Baseball Team 9, 10, 11,
123 B-Team Basketball 9, 103 Interact Club
11, 122 Life Club 9, 101 Mr. NHS, HN" Club
9, 10,11, 123 NHS Court3 Ninth Grade
Football: Student Council 12, Superlative
11, 123 Track Team 9, 10, 11, 121 Varsity
Basketball 10, 11, 123 Varsity Football 10,
11, 12, Captain 121 Who's Who Among
American High School Students 9, 11.
Lisa LaFave - Art Club 9, 103 Beta Club
122 B-Team Basketball 9, 103 Class Officer
9, Secretary 93 Honors Roll 9, 10, 11, 123
Iunior Civitan 93 Life Club 113 "N" Club 103
Pep Club 93 Science Club 93 Softball 9, 10,
11, 123 Student Council 9, 103 Tennis Team
10, 11, 121 Varsity Basketball 113 Youth
Against Cancer 11, 12, President 12.
Deanna Lakey - FBLA 9, 10,11, 123 Life
Club 9: Office Aide 123 VOT 11,12.
Shane Ledbetter - Advocate Staff 113
Baseball Team 10, 113 Governor Honors
Nominee 103 Interact Club 11, Director 113
Life Club 111 Ninth Grade Football3 SAE 93
Track Team 103 Who's Who Among
American High School Students 123 Youth
Against Cancer 11, 12.
Rhonda Leonard - B-Team Basketball 93
Chorus 93 Iunior Achievement 9, 101
Library Aide 93 Office Aide 103 Quill and
Scroll 123 Softball 11, SPECTRARAMA
Staff 11, 12, Ads Editor 123 Track Team 9.
Sam Letson - Chorus 11, 123 Debate Team
10, 111 Honors Roll 9, 10, 11, 12, Iazz Band
123 Iunior Achievement 11, Vice-President
113IuI1ior Civitan 10,11, 12, Chaplain 123
Life Club 93 Marching Band 9,10,11, 123
Math Team 113 Quill and Scroll 11, 122
SPECTRARAMA Staff 11, 12, Club Editor
11, Editor 123 Superlative Nominee 12.
Philip Lewis - Iunior Achievement 113
Scott Lord - Baseball Team 9, 10,11, 123
Chess Club 9, 10.
Neal Lyons - B-Team Football 111 Chess
Club 93 Library Aide 11, 123 Track Team 10,
Ion Lynn - Audio Visual Aide 9, 10.
Scott Manders - B-Team Basketball 1UQ
Chess Club 11, 12, Life Club 9,10.
john Manzer - Beta Club 11, 123
Governor Honors Nominee 113 Honors
Roll 9, 10, 11, 121 Iunior Civitan 10, 11,123
Iunior Marshall3 National Honors Society
Richie Mansker - Cross Country 113 Iazz
Band 9, 10, 113 Marching Band 9,10.
Rena Manus - FFA 11, 12, Reporter 11,
Secretary 123 VOCA 9, 10, Historian 9,
Lisa Martin - Chorus 11, 12, Librarian 11,
President 121 FBLA 9, 10, 113 Flag Corps 10,
113 Governor Honors Nominee 113 Iunior
Civitan 11, 12, Vice-President 121 Life Club
9, 103 Rifle Corps 123 Superlative Nominee
Mary Mascheck - Advocate Staff 123 Art
Club 93 Beta Club 125 B-Team Basketball
10, 111 Honors Roll 9, 10, 11,123Iunior
Civitan 123 Math Team 113 National
Honors Society 123 Ninth Grade
Basketball3 Softball 11, 12.
Patty Mazza - FHA 113 Life Club 93 Pep
Club 93 SAE 10, Track Team 10, 113 Youth
Against Cancer 11, 12.
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Lisa McCloy - Beta Club 11, 123 Honors
Roll 10, 113 National Honors Society 11,123
Student Council 93 Tennis Team 9, 10, 11,
121 Youth Against Cancer 11, 12.
Iohn McDermit - Class Officer 9, 103
Softball 9, 10, 113 Student Council 9, 103
Superlative 113 Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12.
Kim McKusick - B-Team Cheerleader 93
Chorus 9,10, 11,123 DECA 113 Honors Roll
113 Life Skills 93 Special Aide 123 Thespian
123 VOCA 11, Who's Who Among
American High School Students 11.
Robin McMurray - B-Team Cheerleader
93 Class Officer 93 FBLA 123 Library Aide
103 Office Aide 103 Pep Club 93 Pom Pom
Girl 103 VOT 12.
Marianne Medlock - Chorus 11, 12,
Recording Secretary 11, Historian 123
Counselors Aide 103 Fla Cor s 10, 11, 121
Iunior Civitan 11, 123 Lifi CluIb9, 101
Marching Band 10, 11, 123 Readin Aide
103 SPECTRARAMA Staff 12, Clugb Editor
123 Spring Musical 10QTlieSpiE1I1 11,123
Youth Against Cancer 11.
Billy Messer - B-Team Basketball 103
Industrial Arts Club 123 Interact Club 12.
MaryBeth Mitchell - Advocate Staff 113
B-Team Basketball 93 DECA 12, Industrial
Arts Club 9, 103 Life Club 9,10.
Kerry Mixon - Chorus 93 Debate Team
103 Iazz Band 121lLl1'1i0F Achievement 10,
11, 12, Purchasing Director 10, Company of
the Year 10, Vice-President of Marketing
113 Life Club 9,101 Marching Band 9, 10,
11, 123 "N" Club 10, Science Club 9,101
Soccer 9, 10.
Greg Moody - Chess Club 12, Rocket
lim Moon - A Broadway Melody 125 Beta
Club 11, 12, President 125 Certificate of
Merit Winner 115 Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12,
Manager 10, Treasurer 115 District Chorus
9, 10, 11, 125 Governor Honors Nominee 115
Honors Roll 9, 10,11, 125 Interact Club 125
Iunior Civitan 11, 125 Iunior Marshall5 Life
Club 9, 10, 115 Little Marly Sunshine 95
Madrigals 10,11, 12, Ma e Student
Director 125 Marching Band 12, Director
125 Most Valuable Male Chorus Member
115 National Honor Society 11, 125 Ninth
Grade Football5 Oklahoma 105
Presbyterian College Iunior Fellow 115
Show Choir 9, 10, 125 South Pacific 115
SPECTRARAMA Staff 12, Copy Editor 12,
Club Editor 125 Student Sports Announcer
10,11,125Superlative Nominee 125
Thespian 11, 12, Vice-President125 Varsity
Wayne Morris - Honors Roll 9, 10, 11, 125
Wrestling 11, 12.
Darrell Mullinax - Industrial Arts Club
Barbara Murray - Art Club 95 Chorus 95
Iunior Civitan 10, 11, 125 Marching Band 9,
10, 11, 125 "N" Club 105 Track Team 10,11,
Ioni Nash - Advocate Staff 9, 10, 115 Class
Officer 10, Reporter 105 Industrial Arts
Club 9, 105 Iunior Civitan 105 Life Club 9,
105 NHS Court5 SAE 105 Student Council
115 Youth Against Cancer 11, 12.
Bob Nelson - B-Team Basketball 9, 105
Cross Country 95 Soccer 9, 105 Varsity
Basketball 11, 12.
Barbara Nigreville - Counselors Aide 10,
125 VOCA 9, 10, 12, President 12.
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Patty Nix - Life Club 105 Quill and Scroll
11,125SPECTRARAMA Staff10, 11, 12,
Faculty Editor 11, 12.
Mary Nolind - Debate Team 105 FBLA
11, 125 FHA 105 Iunior Achievement 10, 11,
Company of the Year 10, Vice-President of
Production 115 Life Club 105 Soccer
Manager 10,115 VOT 12.
Kenny Nowak - Art Club 105 B-Team
Basketball 9, 105 Chess Club 10, 11, 125
Cross Country 9, 10,115 DECA 115
Industrial Arts Club 95 Life Club 125 Ninth
Grade Football5 Tennis Team 105 Track
Team 9, 10.
Adam Oaks - Honors Roll 105 Iunior
Achievement 115 Library Aide 95 Office
Aide 125 Soccer 9,10,11, 125 Tennis Team
Bitsy Ogata - Advocate Staff 115 Art Club
95 B-Team Basketball 95 Chorus 95 FBLA
11, 125 Flag Corps 95 Governor Honors
Nominee 10,115 Honors Roll 125 Iunior
Civitan 105 Life Club 105 Student Council 95
Track Team 9, 105 Wrestling Manager 12.
Tim O'Malley - Baseball Team 11, 125
Interact Club 125 NHS Court5 Varsity
Basketball 11, 125 Varsity Football 11, 12.
Ieff Patrick - B-Team Football 105 Life
Club 95 Ninth Grade Football.
Regina Patterson - Advocate Staff 11,
Circulation Manager 115 DECA 125 Feature
Twirler 10, 11, 125 Homecoming Court 11,
12, Homecoming Queen5 Iunior
Achievement 105 Library Aide 115 Life
Club 9, 105 Marching Band 9,10,11, 125
HN" Club 9, 105 NHS Court5 Quill and
Scroll 115 Superlative 12.
David Payne - Chess Club 95 Deca 125
"N" Club 9.
Becky Penland - Industrial Arts Club 9,
10, 11, Secretary 10,115lunior
Achievement 105 Life C ub 9, 10.
Terri Peters - B-Team Basketball
Manager 105 Chess Club 95 Library Aide
11, 125 Life Skills 11,125Thespian 10,11,
125 Varsity Basketball Manager 10, 11, 12.
Anya Peterson-Frey - DECA 115 Student
Council 95 Tennis Team 9.
Ieff Pettit - Cross Country 10, 115
Industrial Arts Club 9, 125 junior Civitan
10, 11, 125 Library Aide 95 Life Club 9,125
HN" Club 9, 105 Soccer 9, 10,11, 125 Varsity
Anh Pham - Beta Club 10, 11,125
Governor Honors Nominee 10, 115 Honors
Roll 9, 10, 11,125Iunior Civitan 10,115
Iunior Marshall5 Life Skills 115 Math Team
9, 10, 11, 125 National Honors Society 10,
11, 125 Student Council 95 Superlative
Nominee 125 Youth Against Cancer 11, 12.
Angie Pheiffer - B-Team Basketball
Manager 95 B-Team Football Manager 10,
11, 125 Governor Honors Nominee 115 Life
Skills 115 Ninth Grade Football Manager 95
Thespian 125 Varsity Basketball Manager
105 Varsity Football Manager 10, 11,12.
Iames Phillips - Cross Country 11.
Iulie Phillips - FHA 95 Honors Roll 10.
Tony Pierce - Baseball Team 9, 105 DECA
11, 12, Treasurer 12.
Phillip Pressley - DECA 11, 125 Life Club
Charlotte Price - FBLA 11.
Harley Pritchard - B-Team Football 9, 105
Life C ub 9, 105 Track Team 105 Wrestling
'10, '11, '12.
Lyle Porter - B-Team Basketball 95 B-
Team Football 9, 105 Interact Club 125 Life
Club 95 Life Skills 115 Ninth Grade
Football5 SAE 9, 105 Student Council 10, 125
Varsity Football 11, 12.
Nannette Poole - B-Team Basketball 95
Sandee Pommer - Youth Against Cancer
Pam Powell- DECA 11,12.
Iohn Rarliff - vocA 10, 11, 12.
Amruth Reddy - Advocate Staff 125 Beta
Club 125 Governor Honors Nominee 115
Honors Roll 10, 11,123 Interact Club 11, 123
National Honors Society 123 Soccer 10, 11,
Lori Richards - Beta Club 103 B-Team
Cheerleader 93 Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12, Vice-
President 123 FBLA 123 Flag Corps 122
Governor Honors Nominee 113 Iunior
Civitan 11,123Madri als 11, 123 Oklahoma
113 Thespian 123 Traci Team 93 Varsity
Chris Rippley - Iunior Achievement 12.
Robert Sasovetz - B-Team Football 9, 102
Interact Club 11, 12Q Track Team 9,10, 111
Varsity Football 10, 11, 12.
Diana Satterfield - DECA 11, 12.
Margo Schanke - DECA 11, 123 Office
Aide 11, 121 Student Council 93 Track Team
93 Varsity Girls Swim Team 9, 10.
Lynn Schlenker - Beta Club 123 Honors
Roll 111 Pep Club 9, 103 Track Team 9,10.
Diane Schlitt - B-Team Basketball 93
Cross Country 103 Honors Roll 10, 113
Iunior Achievement 10, Life Club 9, 10,113
Track Team 9, 10, 113 Youth Against
Arlene Schoener - Beta Club 11, 123
Honors Roll 9, 10, 11, 123Iur1i0r
Achievement 10, 11, 12,ViCe-Preside1'1t1O,
113 Math Team 11,12.
Kim Schutte - Flag Corps 93 Honors Roll
9, 103 Marching Band 9, 103
SPECTRARAMA Staff 11.
Terr Scoggins - Art Club 9, 103 Iazz
Bancf,9,10, 113 Marching Band 9.
Linda Scott- FBLA 9, 11, 123 Honors Roll
10, 113 Iunior Achievement 113 Life Club 9,
10, 113 VOT 121 Youth Against Cancer 12.
Scott Segraves - Interact Club 111 Life
Club 9,103 "N" Club 101 NHS Court3 SAE
9, 103 Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 123 Youth Against
Tracy Sigmon - Baseball Team 113
Industrial Arts Club 9.
Lynn Singleton - FFA 10, 11, 12, Reporter
10, Vice-President11, Treasurer 121 VOCA
9, 10, 11, Project Chairman 12.
Greg Smith - Iazz Band 11, 123 Marching
Band 9,10, 11,12.
Kurt Smith - Rocket Club 11, 12.
Lisa Smith - DECA 11, 12.
Stacie Smith - B-Team Cheerleader 9, 103
Homecoming Court 121 Life Club 9, 103
NHS Court3 Quill and Scroll 10, 11, 122
SAE 9,10Q SPECTRARAMA Staff 10, 11,
12, Class Editor 12, Senior Editor 123
Superlative 103 Varsity Cheerleader 123
Youth Against Cancer 11, 12.
Gene Soden - Baseball Team 102 B-Team
Football 101 Track Team 10, 11, 123 Varsity
Football 11, 12.
Cindy Sosebee - Honors Roll 93 Marching
Band 9, 10,11,12.
Shawn S uire - Baseball Team 10, 112
Chess Clgb 10, 113 Life Club 93 Ninth
Grade Football3 SAE 103 Varsity Football
10, '11, '12.
David Stephens - DECA 11, 12.
Iana Sweat- FBLA 103 FHA 123 Library
Aide 93 Office Aide 10,11.
Richard Sweet- Iazz Band 9, 10, 11, 123
Marching Band 9, 10,11, 12, Aide 11,121
Iames Talley - Baseball Team 93 B-Team
Football 93 Chess Club 9, 10, 11, 123 Class
Officer 9, 103 Governor Honors Nominee
103 Industrial Arts Club 10, 11, 123 Library
Aide 9, 103 Math Team 9,10,11,123
Science Club 9, 10,11, 12.
Ieff Tames - Chess Club 9, 10, 113 Honors
Roll 9, 103 Iazz Band 9, 103 Pep Club 9, 10,
113 Student Council 9, 10, 113 Tennis Team
9, 10, 11.
Kim Taylor - Art Club 9, 103 FHA 11,
Historian 113 Library Aide 113 Life Club 9,
103 NHS Court3 Pep Club 9.
Mark Taylor - B-Team Basketball 103 B-
Team Football 10, 113 Industrial Arts Club
12, Life Club 10,111 Life Skills 113 Tennis
Team 10, 121 Track Team 121 Varsity
Scott Teague - Art Club 103 Baseball
Team 103 B-Team Basketball 103 B-Team
Football 93 Governor Honors Nominee 113
Interact Club 123 Library Aide 103 HN"
Club 103 Science Club 103 Track Team 11,
123 Varsity Football 11, 12.
Darren Thomas - B-Team Basketball 93
Chess Club 93 Cross Country 93 Pep Club
103 Science Club 10, 11, 12.
Scott Thomas - B-Team Football 103
Industrial Arts Club 9, 10, 113 Ninth Grade
Football3 Track Team 10, 11, 12.
Michael Thomason - Chorus 11.
Darla Timm - Pep Club 93 ROTC 9, 10,
Drill Team 9.
Ieff Towe - Baseball Team 123 B-Team
Basketball 10, B-Team Football 103 Ninth
Grade Football3 Varsity Basketball 12.
Laura Townsend - Home Economics
Award 113 Honors Roll 113 Life Club 9.
Kenneth Trudeau - Cross Country 10.
Natalyn Tucker - B-Team Cheerleader 9,
10, Award 9, Programs Sale Award 1UQ
Honors Roll 113 Life Club 9, 10, NHS
Court3 Quill and Scroll 113
SPECTRARAMA Staff 9, 10, 113
Superlative Nominee 11, 123 Varsity
Cheerleader 11,1Z, Programs Sale Award
11, Ca tain 123 Who's Who American High
SchoollStudents 11, 12.
Rick Tucker - DECA 113 Industrial Arts
Club 9, 103 Life Club 9.
Am Umphrey - Art Club 9, 103 FHA 10,
11, Slecretary 11, Treasurer 113 Honors Roll
103 Library Aide 113 Life Club 9, 103 Pep
Stacy Vincent - Iunior Achievement 11,
123 Tennis Team 10,11, 121 Track Team 12.
Randy Wade - B-Team Football 113
Chorus 123 Ninth Grade Footballg Varsity
Kim Wagner - Advocate Staff 103 Beta
Club 10,11, 123 B-Team Cheerleader 103
Class Officer 9, Treasurer 93 Governor
Honors Nominee 10, 11, Math County
Alternate 113 Honors Roll 9, 10,11,123
Industrial Arts Club 93 Iunior Marshall3
Life Club 103 Life Skills 111 National
Honors Society 10, 11, 12: SAE 10,
SPECTRARAMA Staff 113 Student
Council 11, 123 Superlative 10, 11, 123
Tennis Team 113 Varsity Cheerleader 11,
123 Who's Who Among American High
School Students 113 Youth Against Cancer
Glenn Waits - B-Team Football 9, 103 "N"
Club 9, 10, Ninth Grade Football3 Track
Team 9, 103 Wrestling 9,10, 11,12.
April Walker - B-Team Basketball 103
"N" Club 9, 103 Softball 9, 10, 123 Track
Team 93 Varsity Basketball 10, 11, 12.
Billy Wallace - Baseball Team 123 B-
Team Basketball 93 B-Team Football 10,
Gwinnett Touchdown Club Player of the
Week 123 "N" Club 103 Ninth Grade
Football3 Royer Realty Player of the Week
123 Varsity Football 11, 121 Wrestling 11, 12.
Donny Warco - Baseball Team 103 B-
Team Footballp103 Chess Club 93 Track
Team 11, 123 Varsity Football 11, 12.
Kim Waylen - B-Team Cheerleader 93
Cross Country 9, 10,113 Softball 113 Track
Team 9,10, 11,123 Youth Against Cancer
Claude Weeks - Baseball Team 9, 10, 113
Iu-Chun Wen - Beta Club 11,123 B-Team
Basketball Statistician 9, 101 Chorus 12,
Corresponding Secretary 123 Concert Band
9,10,11, 121 Debate Team 93 Governor
Honors Nominee 10, 11, Semi-Finalist 113
Honors Roll 9, 10, 11, 123 Iazz Band 123
Iunior Achievement 10, 11, Corporate
Secretary 10, Vice-President of
Administration 113 Iunior Civitan 10, 11, 12,
President 10, 112 Life Club 9, 103 Marching
Band 9, 10, 11,12, Drum Major 11,123"N"
Club 103 Superlative Nominee 10, 11, 121
Varsity Basketball Statistician 9, 103 Youth
Against Cancer 11, 12.
Chris Wheeler - Advocate Staff 115
DECA 12, Secretary 121 Life Club 9,10.
Kenneth Wheeler - Art Club 93 Industrial
Arts Club 12, Sergeant of Arms 123 Interact
123 Life Club 9, 10, 113 "N" Club 9,103
Varsity Football 9, 10, 11, 12, Wrestling 93
Youth Against Cancer 11, 12.
Mark Wheeler - Tennis Team 11, 123
Track Team 12.
Ienny Wiley - Beta Club 11, 12, Secretary
11, Vice-President 123 Broadway Melody
113 Chorus 11, 12, Vice-President11,
Historian 125 Georgia Association of
National Honor Societies State Officer 12,
Chaplain 121 Flag Corps 10, 11, 12, Co-
Captain 11, Captain 121 Girls Vocal Soloist
Literary Competition 113 Girls Trio Literary
Competition 113 Governor Honors
Nominee 10,11,Semi-Finalist113 Honors
Roll 9, 10, 11, 123 Iunior Civitan 10, 11,12,
Secretary 10,113 Life Club 9, Secretary-
Treasurer 93 Madrigal 11, 123 Marching
Band 10, 11, 123 Miss Norcross 113 National
Honors Society 11, 12, Secretary 11,123
Oklahoma 113 South Pacific 103 Thespian
11, 12, Reporter 11, Secretary 12.
Andie Williams - Baseball Team
Manager 9,103 Cross Country Manager 103
Football Team Mascot 93 Gymnastics
Performance Team 9, 10,11,123 "N" Club
9, 103 Office Aide 9, 103 Pep Club 9,103
Superlative 103 Thes ian 11, 121 Varsity
Cheerleader 103 Y-Cfub 12.
john Wilson - FBLA 10, 11, 125 Office
Aide 10, 11, 123 Science Club 93 VOT 11,12,
Sharon Winberg - Cross Country 10,
FBLA 9,10, 11, 12, Secretary 11, Vice-
President123 Honors Roll 113 "N" Club 103
Office Aide 113 Track Team 103 VOT 11, 12,
Dreama Wingate - DECA 11, 12,
Secretary 113 FHA 9, 103 Iunior
Achievement 123 Library Aide 113 Math
Aide 125 VOT 12.
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113 Class Officer 10,ViCe-President103
Governor Honors Nominee 10, 111 Honors
Roll 9, 10, 11, 12, Iazz Band 123 Iunior
Civitan 10,11, 'l21Il1fll0I' Marshall3
Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Manager 11,
Band Captain 123 Math Team 10,11,123
National Honors Society 11, 12, President
123 Science Club 9,102 Star Student3
Student Council 9, 10,11, 12,
Parliamentarian 123 Superlative 9,103
Superlative Nominee 123 Youth Against
Lisa Workman - FBLA 93 FHA 123 Iunior
Achievement 11, Office Aide 9, 103 Special
Education Aide 121 Teachers Aide 12.
Amy Worrall - Homeroom
Representative 113 Honors Roll 9, 10, 113
Newspaper Staff 103 Track Team 11.
Mike Worthy - B-Team Football 103
Chess Club 93 Marchin Band 93 "N" Club
93 Ninth Grade Footbali Track Team 103
Varsity Football 11, 123 Wrestling 10.
Fred Youngman - Advocate Staff 9, 10,
11, Assistant Editor in News, Feature,
Sports, Photo 10, Business Manager 10,
Co-Editor 113 B-Team Football 103 Class
Officer 12, President 123 Honors Roll 113
Iazz Band 121 Iunior Achievement 113
Iunior Civitan 10, 11, 12, Life Club 93 Life
Skills 113 Quill and Scroll 111 Science Club
103 Student Council 123 Superlative 123
Superlative Nominee 11, 12.
Norcross High School should be proud of our Star Student, Mike Woods. Like
a star, Mike has many "good-points" -
academically, morally, and socially.
Academically, Mike is a brilliant achiever. He is a responsible student and a
pleasure to teach. He is constantly searching for knowledge. His intellectual
achievements have been recognized by this award and many other honors
Mike holds high ideals and strong values. Dependable and trustworthy
describe him. He has a high regard for what is right and does not crumble
under peer pressure. This is true strength.
I think Mike's most outstanding characteristic is his concern and compassion
for other people. I have never seen him treat another person with disrespect
or intent to harm. His good nature affects those around him and makes their
day more pleasant.
He laughs with others . . . even at himself. After all, he is entitled toa few
Mike Woods is indeed a "star" student at Norcross High
School in every way.
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Mrs. Thomas is more than just a great teacher, she is a good friend. I have
been fortunate enough to have her as my trigonometry and calculus teacher
and also my Student Council sponsor. Mrs. Thomas takes a great burden
upon herself as both the Student Council and the Debate team sponsor.
Despite this burden, she is always willing to help with a problem. It never
ceases to amaze me how she can manage to handle her heavy schedule and
still find time to help us, not just as students but as people too.
Mrs. Thomas has helped to instill a sense of responsibility in me that I hope I
will never lose. Due to her care and guidance, I believe I will leave Norcross
a better person. I do not believe I could imagine a better teacher or a better
The 1982 Senior Superlatives consist of 13 people that were
nominated by the teachers, then elected by the seniors. These
students were chosen for their outstanding characteristics as
well as their involvement in extracurricular activities
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- Secretary Roxanne Cox. 6 - Clay takes a break from Chemistry. 7 -
Seniors get involved at the Pep rally. B 7 Surprised? 9 - Larry's new talent.
10 - Chip what are you concentrating on? 11 -Is Kim in the fog again?
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leadership not only to the seniors, but to the entire school.
This year's graduation was a well planned event and proved
meaningful to the class of 1982.
This year's Mr. and Miss N.H.S. worked hard and long their years at Q
N.H.S. Deneen was involved with cheerleading and yearbook for four
years. Taylor participated in football, basketball, baseball and track. I1 . at I I 1- S S
He showed great support of school activities through serving on the
Student Council. Both Taylor and Deneen totally supported their
school while maintaining a good academic record. Both of these
seniors were respected by the students and faculty at N.H.S.
Congratulations to both Deneen Iohnson and Taylor Lackey.
1 - Miss Regina Petterson and Mr. Gentry Ganote. 2 -
Miss Stacie Smith. 3 - Miss Kim Taylor and Mr. Mark
Donihe. 4 - Miss Denise Gilleland and Mr. Clyde Barker. 5
- Miss Lori Durham and Mr. Greg Davies. 6 - Miss
Natalyn Tucker and Mr. Tim O'Malley.
1 - Miss Mary Kay Harriman and Mr. Scott Segraves. 2
- Miss Bev Howard and Mr. joe Gilbert. 3 - Miss Ioni
Nash, 4 - Miss Mel Coker and Mr. Blake Beeson. 5 -
Miss Leigh Ann Davis and Mr. Mike Cochran. 6 - Miss
Deneen Iohnson and Mr. Taylor Lackey. NOT
PICTURED: Mr. Alan Garner and Mr. Chip lohnson.
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So long ago it seemed we would never make it through high
school, but we made it. The journey was hard and long yet in
the end it was worth it.
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Cowart. 10 - Ioni Nash. 11 - Anna lohnson. 12 - Amy Umphrey. 13 - Wayne Morris and Harry Rabbit.
14 - Greg Davies. 15 - Greg Smith. 16 - Billy Messer. 17 - Iana Sweat. 18 - Bev Howard. 19 - Tammi
Young. 20 - Dana Davis. 21 - Lynn Singleton. 22 - Natalie Dean. 23 - Tina Garner. 24 - Bitsy Ogata. 25
- Fred Youngman. 26 - Taylor Lackey. 27 - Stacie Smith. 28 - Mary Kay Harriman. Z9 - Mary
A 4 Mascheck. 30 - Deneen Iohnson. 31 - Iohn Wilson. 32 - Scott Lord. 33 - Kim Groeber.
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Lori and Rhonda take it easy. 4 - It's not that bad! 5 - It's a Timex. 6 -
Gentry seems interested in something. 7 - Caught you by surprise. 8 - Ienny
shows her ironing ability. 9 - What a couple! 10 -Is Mel up to something?
11 - What a crew! 12 - Senior football players present a rose to Mrs. Lewis
13 - leff studies hard. 14 - Where's the basketball? 15 - Who me? 16 -
The Senior English class takes a break. 17 - Don't be bashful Ioan. 18 - It's
a hard life! 19 - Alice salutes.
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The Final Days at .H.S.
These days at N.H.S. were fulfilling in many ways. The
friends we made and the teachers we encountered stretched
ourselves into mature adults. The studying, along with the
good times taught us more about life and what to expect. The
final days are, yet a relief to the many years of hard work,
soon we will be on our way. Our senior year will always be
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iwas a caring, sweet, wonderful person. She
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The Iunior class has many responsibilities placed
upon them this year. Their biggest responsibility was
the prom. They worked very hard to raise the money
and held a great Prom for the class of "82."
1 - Kay Gaddis. 2 - Dawn LaFave. 3 - Susan Fain. 4 - Iunior
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1 - Class Officers. 2 - Scotty Hornsby. 3 - loy Covington. 4 - Whitney lones.
5 - Paula Terry.
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through with flying colors. Good luck!
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This year the Varsity football team proved to be a hard-
working and unified group. The team's hard work
proved successful as the Blue Devils had impressive
victories over Duluth, Roswell, Madison County, North
Hall, Winder and Etowah! The team worked hard to
achieve their goals. They practiced long, hard hours for
each game. The Blue Devils put their heart and soul into
every game and did their part to make Norcross proud.
Norcross lost the season opener to the St. Pius Lions, 7-0. At the
beginning kick-off it looked as if the Blue Devils would have the
perfect setting for their 1981 Football Season. The Devil defense held
the Lion's to one first down in the opening series. After receiving the
ensuing punt, Norcross' offensive unit drove the ball to the Lion's 5
yard line, only to fumble. The rest of the game was filled with
mistakes, turnovers, and penalties, The closest the Devils got to scoring
was the Lion 20 yard line in the final minutes of play. Leading the
offense was Taylor Lackey, who caught 8 passes for 92 yards. The
defensive unit was led by Scott Teague. The entire defense did a good
job of holding the Lions when necessary.
The Blue Devils traveled to Parkview for their second game of the
season, but lost to the "Possums," 10-3. The Devil offense failed to
mount a successful drive, despite the fact that Shelley Poole gained 77
yards rushing and Michael Harris caught 3 passes for 53 yards. Blake
Beeson held the Devils together with his leadership on the drive. The
offensive unit outgained the "Possums" in over all yardage, 208-197,
but the only time the Devils scored was a 19 yard field goal by Hyncho
Kang in the fourth quarter. The Devil defense was led by Robbie
Renno with 7 tackles. The defense held the "Possums" to short yardage
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watch devils defense. 3 - Shelly Poole goes for a first down. 4 - Devils
resting before a game. 5 - Lackey and Gilbert win the toss. 6 - Here comes
the Devils! 7 - Everybody needs a little help now and then.
The Blue Devils won their first game of the season, 34-14, while hosting
the Duluth "Wild cats." The Devils took charge of the first half by scoring
3 touchdowns in the first half. Shelley Poole scored all 3 touchdowns.
Poole also gained 93 yards to help the Devils in their victory. In the second
half of play the Devils scored twice on long runs by Morris Harris. The
defense met the challenge of the "Wildcats" throughout the game. Mike
Worthy took charge of the defense with 11 tackles.
The Devils defeated a strong Roswell "Hornet" team, 34-12, for their
second win of the season. The "Blue Machine" played its finest game both
offensively and defensively since the season started. After the "Hornets"
first touchdown, Elbert Manning returned the kick-off 92 yards for a
touchdown. Manning also gathered a total of 146 yards rushing and 2
more touchdowns during the game. Sheeley Poole scored 2 touchdowns
and rushed for 112 yards. joe Gilbert also scored for the Devils on a 5 yard
dive play. The defense got off to a slow start by allowing the "Hornets" 2
touchdowns in the first half, but they pulled themselves together to hold
them scoreless in the second half. Blake Beeson and Chip Iohnson
intercepted 2 "Hornet" passes, to stop the "Hornets" scoring attempts.
Robbie Renno and Tim O'Malley led the defense with 8 and 7 tackles
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The school can be proud of a 6-4 season as it looks forward to
an even better season next year. The Blue Devils all improved
as the year went on. The team grew closer together and
learned to depend on each other.
The Blue Machine traveled to Madison County to play their fifth game of the
season and easily defeated the Red Raiders, 21-7, Tim O'Malley, a first time
starter at quarterback, led the offense to their first touchdown of the evening.
Elbert Manning had three touchdowns. Shelley Poole rushed for 121 yards
and scored on a two point conversion play. Hyncho Kang kicked one P.A.T.
for the other score. Taylor Lackey caught 6 passes during the game, 4 from
Elbert Manning and 2 crucial interceptions. Blake Beeson did a fine job on
the defensive line and helped tremendously on the offensive and defensive
fronts. Casey Dunn, Robbie Renno, and Billy Wallace led the defense with
After two weeks of preparation for their first sub-region game, the Devils met
the Gainesville Red Elephants only to lose, 17-10. The Elephants scored 17
points early in the game and the Devils could not'recover, although they
outplayed the Red Elephants in the second half. Shelley Poole was injured
early in the first quarter and left the game. Elbert Manning moved to Poole's
position and Tim O'Malley to quarterback. Manning led the rushing with 99
yards for the Devils. Taylor Lackey led receivers with 4 receptions for a total
of 48 yards. The defense did an excellent job of recovering after the
Elephants scored. They recovered 4 Gainesville fumbles, to set up the only
T.D. of the evening. Mike Worthy and Casey Dunn led the defense,
The 1981 Blue Devil Football Season has proved to be a winning
one. A winning season in more ways than one, as Norcross is
proud to have five players make the All-County Team. These
players are Tim O'Malley, Elbert Manning, Blake Beeson, Scott
Teague, and Taylor Lackey. This is the most Norcross has ever
had on the All-County Team. CONGRATULATIONS!!
Devils in Action
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The Devils defeated the Winder "Bulldogs," 14-6, with Shelley Poole back in
action. Poole gained 93 yards. Despite an injury early in the game quarterback
Tim O'Malley completed 6-9 passes for 91 yards, including 1, 21 yard touchdown
pass to Morris Harris. O'Malley scored on a yard run in the third quarter. Mike
Harris caught 3 passes for 57 yards. Scott Teague led the defense with 9 tacklesg
blocked an extra point and a field goal, caused a fumble and recovered a fumble.
Norcross defeated Etowah in their last game of the season, and got their second
"SHUT-OUT!", 18-0. Early in the game Robbie Renno intercepted an "Eagle"
pass to set up a touchdown. Tim O'Malley then hit Michael Harris with a 21 yard
pass for the touchdown. The offense did not score again until late in the second
half, Shelley Poole took a pitch-out around the right side for a touchdown. Tim
O'Malley also scored on a 35 yard run. The defense did a good job of being in the
right place at the right time. Robbie Renno intercepted a pass, and Mike Worthy
recovered a fumble and O'Malley also intercepted a pass. This concluded the
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equipment repair. 3 - Devils "BE-HEAD" the Knights. 4 - Robbie
Renno and Elbert Manning discuss game plans. 5 - Coach Raines gives
key points on this week's opponent. 6 - The offensive regroups on the
sidelines. 7 - Bill Smith listens to instruction from Coach Shepherd. 8 -
Gentry Ganote takes a well needed break during practice. 9 - The
defense watches the offense do their thing!!
Central defeated Norcross, Z4-14, even though the Devils won the battle of statistics.
Tim O'Malley once again started at quarterback and alternated with Elbert
Manning. Both quarterbacks had a tremendously good passing game, 0'Malley
completed 10-13, while Manning completed 5-12. On the receiving end, Taylor
Lackey and Michael Harris with 7 and 5 receptions respectively. Manning led the
rushers with 77 yards and Morris Harris scored on a Z1 yard reverse play. Taylor
Lackey scored on a short pass for the second touchdown while Manning scored on a
Z point conversion play. Even though Mike Scarbrough and Shelley Poole were out
of the offensive line up, Norcross fared well against the "Knight" defense. The Devil
defense also took a big blow at the start of the game, when starting linebacker Robbie
Renno was injured on the opening kick-off. Casey Dunn and Billy Wallace soon met
the challenge of leadership. Dunn had a key quarterback-sack in the fourth quarter.
Wallace was also all over the offensive backs all night.
Norcross defeated its Homecoming opponent North Hall, Z8-0, as Regina Patterson
reigned as Homecoming Queen, The defense was at their best as they got their first
"SHUT-OUT!" of the season. Offensively the Devils were at their tops, too. Elbert
Manning scored 3 touchdowns, including the opening kick-off for a 90 yard
touchdown. The Devils racked up 205 yards passing with Tim o'Ma11ey completing
8-10. Morris Harris also scored on a 67 yard run. The defensive unit did a good job of
holding the "Trojans" scoreless. Casey Dunn had a good night by recovering a
fumble and sacking the quarterback twice.
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the bench, 9 - Go get 'em Blue!
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Both the B-Team and Ninth grade football teams had a
year of rebuilding and getting to know the program and
coaches here at Norcross. The B-Team had a good season,
they played upto their capabilities. They had a record of
3-4, while the Ninth Grade did a fine job, even though their
record does not show it, the record was 1-6.
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St. Pius - Taylor Lackey
Parkview - Blake Beeson
Duluth - Ioe Gilbert
Roswell- Elbert Manning
Madison Co. - Billy Wallace
Gainesville - Tim O'Malley
Central- Casey Dunn
North Hall - Elbert Manning
Winder - Scott Teague
Etowah - Tim O'Malley
Gwinnett County Touchdown Club
Player ofthe Week
St. Pius - Taylor Lackey
Duluth 3 Morris Harris, Mike Worthy
Roswell- Elbert Manning
Madison Co. - Blake Beeson, Billy Wallace
Central - Casey Dunn, Tim O'Malley, Michael Harris
Winder - Robbie Renno
Etowah - Scott Teague
This year, the students at Norcross can be proud of a ll 97
superior cheerleading squad. This squad, composed of 11th V
and 12th graders attended the University of Georgia N.C.A.
Cheerleading Camp. They received superior ratings and
were voted one of the top six squads for their cheerleading
ability and enthusiasm. This year's varsity squad did an
excellent job of promoting school spirit.
1 - Varsity Cheerleaders show off their pyramid. 2 - Debbie and
Deneen do their part in the skit. 3 - Cheer Susan, Cheer. 4 - Wonder
who Beth is thinking about? 5 - Cheerleaders change roles with the team.
6 f Paige, Pam, Kim, Holly, lennifer, Laurie, Whitney, and Stacey enjoy a
game. 7 - The "CROSS" is strongly supported by Pam. 8 - The B-Team
show their pride and spirit for the Blue Devils. 9 - Paige shows her
cheering ability. 10 - Whitney backs up the Devils at a pep rally.
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successful squad. While attending NCA Cheerleading Camp
at the Univ. of Ca., these girls were the first B-team to receive
all superiors. Their hard work and dedication has shown
through as they support and not only the sports program.
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The 1981-1982 Girls basketball team had a challenging
season. This year the girls put forth one of their best
efforts yet. The team had many players that returned
from last year. The old players combined with the new,
and made a team that showed great teamwork and
improvement. Coach Teague spent time and hard work
to develop the girls' skills and it showed throughout the
The Varsity Girls had their first victory against Dacula
with a score of 53-47. Leigh-Ann Davis was the leading
scorer with 14 points. Laurie Walker had 11 points and
Leigh-Ann Cobb had 10. All the girls played a very good
Once again the girls defeated another team, Duluth. The
Devils blew by the Wildcats with a score of 70-44. Iill
Iohnson, leading scorer for the night, scored 15 points.
Laurie Walker and Leigh-Ann Cobb, two other high
scorers, made 14 and 13 points respectively.
DEVILS DG IT
1 - Laurie Walker gets rid of the ball. 2 - Laurie Walker goes for a fast
break against the Possums. 3 - Leigh Ann Cobb takes care of the
rebounds. 4 - Rug makes a battles at the boards. 5 - Tim O'Malley
reaches high for the jump ball. 6 - Taylor Lackey puts one in from
underneath. 7 - Mike Senf makes a shot despite the Parkview defense.
The Blue Devils pulled off their first victory against Ducula
on December 8, 1981 by a score of 69-57. Everyone did an
outstanding job. Taylor Lackey was the leading scorer with
19 points and 13 rebounds. Sterling Durrett followed with
12 points, and Elbert Manning with 11 rebounds.
Norcross came through again the following game, with 79-
68 win over North Hall. Although the game was close, the
Devils ultimately pulled away. The leading scorer was
Elbert Manning with 20 points, 11 rebounds. Taylor
Lackey, the next highest scorer had 16 points. Ieff
Henderson played an excellent game and scored 14 points.
1 - 1981-1982 Seniors. 2 - Bobby Singer, Pete Brown, and Morris Harris discuss
the game's first half. 3 - Taylor Lackey reaches in for the steal. 4 -the 1981-1982
Varsi Basketball Team 5 The 1981 1982 Seniors 6 The 1981 1982 Senior
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Girls. 7 - The lady Devils fight for the ball. 8 - The 1981-1982 Varsity Basketball
The 1980-1981 Varsity Basketball Team finished the season
with a record of 24 wins to 4 losses. Their Coach, Dwight
Norris, came to Norcross from Lakeside High School two
years before to build a winning program. With his
emphasis on winning the Devils not only became the
SAAA Region Champs but also made it to the Quarter
Finals in the state. The '80-'81 season was the best in
The Devils polished off another win by the overwhelming
score of 83-63 against Duluth. The leading scorer was
Elbert Manning with 16 points. Tim O'Malley had 14 points
and led the rebounding with 10.
Norcross vs. Winder proved to be an easy win. The boys
played hard and deserved the victory. Taylor Lackey, Tim
O'Malley, and Elbert Manning were the leading scorers
with 16, 14, and 13 points respectively.
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Wade Leonard goes up for a shot! 7 - 1981-82 B-Team Girls Basketball Team. 8
Iames Godfrey shoots for two! 9 - Karla Richardson keeps the ball away from a
Black Knight. 10 - Mandi Sisk dribbles toward the basket.
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defenses to use a ainst unknowing 0 onents. Under new coaching the boys
team, Coach Smigh, taught the boys alllphe knew, plus a little from the Varsity
boys' Coach Dwight Norris.
The girls team under Coach Westmoreland also gracticed on plays and
defenses, even though the girls practiced just as ard as the boys and just as
long, they didn't always end up on the winning end of the game.
The ninth grade boys coached by Bob Pridgen had the boys divided into three
teams and each got to play some of almost every game. The boys had a knack of
having a big finish. Many of their games were won in the final minutes of play
b one or two points. The ninth grade girls under the coaching of Ierry Raines
also had a successful season. Unlike the boys, the girls came out in the first
quarter and got an early lead, and finished a game with a comfortable lead.
This year's B-Team and ninth grade players, coaches, parents, andlpeers have
had a lot to be proud ofas they came into each game ready to givet eir all to
The Norcross Grapplers had a rebuilding year after losing seven seniors.
The ones that moved up to Varsit from B-Team had a lot of experience.
This year's seniors who are Gllen Waits, Scott Seagraves, Greg Davis,
Wayne Morris, and Billy Wallace gave the team enough leadership to
have another successful season. The dual meet record was once again
comparable to past seasons. The wrestling team placed second in the
Lumpkin County Tournament, and again placed in the upper echelon of
the Gwinnett County Tournament. Again, the Norcross Wrestlers were
favored to win the area tournament. The Grapplers were coached b
Coach Ranus and Coach Shepherdi
With so many B-Team Wrestlers moving up to the Varsity this year the
Baby Grapplers were manned by man beginners. Even with this
handica they posted a winning season. The young wrestlers learned
quickly through hard work and dedication. The B-Team Wrestlers
showed much promise for future Varsity teams.
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period action. 5 - The 1981-82 B-Team wrestlers. 6 - Heavyweights wait for
their turn to wrestle. 7 - Bill Murphy working for a pin. 8 - Coach Shepherd
shouts instructions. 9 - A B-teamer works on a hold. 10 - Varsity lines up
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Many students participated in the 1982 Track and Field
team. These dedicated athletes made the 82 season one
to remember. Norcross was represented well in the
county, sub-region andregion competitions.
The Norcross High School girls track team had several
athletes returning from a very successful 1981 season.
Many new faces showed promise for Coach Cates. The
team made a strong pick for a sub-region championship
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1982 Girls Track Team. 4 - Shelly throws the discus, 5 - The 1981-1982
Boys Track Team. 6 - The 1981-82 Runners. 7 - The 1981 Cross Country
Seniors. 8 - The 1981 Girls Cross Country Team. 9 - The 1981 Boys
Cross Country Team.
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YEAR OF REBUILDING. The Devils' hard work and
determination helped put the Devils ahead this season, by facing
many tough opponents and never gave up. Many of the B-Team
players already had one year of experience on Norcross' 1981
B-Team. The 1983 season should be a championship year when
they put their experiences to work.
The ninth grade team will have a lot to prove since they are the
new bunch at Norcross High.
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players. 3 - The 1982 Varsity soccer players. 4 -The 1982 Ninth grade
soccer players. 5 - The 1981-1982 Senior. 6 - The 1982 Boys Tennis
Team. 7 - Lisa McCloy, Lisa LaFaye, and Bev Howard just hanging
around. 8 - The 1982 Girls Tennis Team. 9 - The 1981-1982 Senior
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They were divided into: ninth grade, B-Team, and
Varsity, They will play every team in the county twice.
All together they will play ten games.
Composed of many returning players, as well as many
new ones, the tennis team came back this year with
another impressive record. The team showed more
dedication and each players game improved greatly with
the addition of the new tennis courts at NHS. Players
practiced many long hours on the new courts in
preparation for the season.
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The coaching staff at N.H.S. worked hard with the many athletes
during the 1981-82 year. The coaches not only had a serious view of
their work, but also an easy-going one. They were always around
teaching and guiding athletes in the various sports. We should be
grateful for the coaching staff, for their long hours and patience, not
only with athletes, but also cheerleaders, teachers, and fans. The
coaches here at N.H.S. are the best around. We would like to take
this time to say thank-you for your endless hard work, and
1 - Lori Durham escorted by Andy Greene. 2 i Denise Gilleland escorted by Hoyt
Gilleland. 3 - Mary-Kay Harriman escorted by Bill Harriman. 4 - Deneen Iohnson
escorted by Darrell Iohnson. 5 - Regina Patterson escorted by Russ Adkins. 6 - Stacie
Smith escorted by Eldon Smith.
1982 Homecoming Court was elected by their classmates. This year
the number of representatives from the Freshmen, Sophomore, and
Iunior classes was raised to three girls, while the Senior class had six
representatives. Homecoming was held on October 23, 1981.
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Patterson. 3 - 1982 Homecoming Queen. 4 - A royal dance. 5 -
Ninth grade Homecoming Court. 6 - Tenth Grade Homecoming
Court. 7 - Eleventh Grade Homecoming Court. 8 - Senior
Homecoming Queen is perhaps the most honored title at
Norcross High School. This year the students at NHS had several
worthy senior girls to choose from. The students choose a three-
year majorette from the Marching Band and a two year member
of the Homecoming Court, Regina Paterson.
Besides being a feature twirler for the band, Regina played flute
during concert season. She was very involved in home
economics and made her own clothes. Regina Patterson
rightfull deserved the honor of being elected Homecoming
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Norcross' student government organization,
Student Council, served many purposes for the d ' 1
student body at NHS. Their primary goal this year C
was to represent the students that elected them and
to try to work with the administration to improve
Norcross High School.
Many activities were under the direction of the
Student Council. They were in charge of much of
the Homecoming festivities including the
Homecoming Dance. They held a Run for Fun as
well as many other activities that go unnoticed, but
are supportive of the school.
The students that make up the Council are special
people with a desire to help others. Thanks to their
leadership under Mrs. Thomas, many
improvements were made at NHS.
1 - Officers, Seated - Kelly Garmon,1st Row - Nina Garner, Bev Howard,
Sandy Leff, Mrs. Thomas. Back - Mike Woods. 2 - The Student Council
was in charge of caring for the flag. Here Gary Lakey takes down the flag
after school, 3 - At the Homecoming Dance, Mrs. Thomas instructs Kelly
Garmon and Clay Eubanks to go huy some more refreshments. 4 i Fred
Youngman talks to a member of the Homecoming band, "Orpheus" 5 -
Clyde Barker and Kim Wagoner dance to the sound of "Orpheus" 6 - Ben
Broome studies a note he received, during Mrs, Thomas' homeroom, 7 - The
Student Council. 8 - The sponsor, Mrs. Thomas, 9 - Key Monroe and
Gentry Ganote served refreshments at the Dance.
1 - Several staff members in their favorite pastime, talking. 2 - The 1981-82
Spectrarama staff. 3 W Co-editor Deneen johnson always had plenty to do. 4 - Sam
Letson kept the staff under control, most of the time. 5 - Sponsor Mrs. Weslaway
worked hard and long on the yearbook. Here she was caught when she wondered
whether the book would come out right. 6 - The staff that went to Yearbook Camp
over the summer. 7 - Deneen johnson and Sam Letson - Yearbook Editors. 8 -
Staff photographer, Bill Gunnin, went to any extent to get a picture. 9 - Section
Editors, Top Row - lim Moon, Rhonda Leonard, Sam Letson. Middle Row -
Robin Cohen, Marianne Medlock, Patty Nix. Bottom Row - Shelly Segraves,
Marikay Hariman, Stacie Smith, Deneen Iohnson, Beth Bowen, Iody Raines. 10 -
Mike Canon took pictures at most sporting events,11- One of the class editors,
Robyn Cohen, sorted many underclass pictures.
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In the spring of 1981, a group of students from
various activities and organizations around the
school volunteered to put the 1982 Spectrarama
together. Through selling ads, Yearbook Camp at
Georgia Tech, three different advisors, and many
other hardships, this group put together a dynamic
Sam Letson and Deneen lohnson guided this crew
through the daily problems with layouts,
photographs, and Copy with distinct precision.
Through their leadership, and understanding of
the sponsor, Mrs. Westaway, and the hard work of
the staff and photographers, the book arrived.
Yearbook Day was a fantastic event for everyone at
NHS. But for that dedicated group it was a relief
and a feeling of satisfaction.
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The news aper was a welcome sight to any bored
student dlfiring the long weeks of school. Without
the Advocate's monthl publication, many students
would have simplly daydreamed through each
class, but this wonderful publication brou ht life to
the school day.
Mrs. Maddox fthe new onel led this staff through
the building of a newspaper, while Editor Chip
Dunn kept the staff working. With the addition of a
staff photographer, the paper came alive with
scenes from Norcross High School.
Hard work, with a bit of creativity, made the
Advocate a success. The staff was greatly
appreciated for giving NHS such a fine
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1 - Members ofthe staff work hard to meet deadlines. 2 1 The
Advocate staff. 3 - Please buy one. 4 f Mark is the cartoonist for
the paper. 5 - L'All I did was ask her what her T-shirt QS.F.j
meant." 6 -7- "You can sell better than that. Keep your chin up.',
7 f I've been working too hard. 8 f Editorial Staff of the Ad-
vocate. 9 - Holly, Mark and Chris discuss their assignments.
1 - lenny Wiley and Anh Pham sort flowers the day before
Homecoming. 2 - Bo Redic delivers a bouquet of flowers to
some lucky people. 3 - President, Mike Woods, speaks his
mind at a meeting. 4 - Susan Fain thinks about who will get the
flowers she's holding. 5 - Mrs. McDevitt, lim Moon, and Mike
Woods discuss the hayride at Stone Mountain. 6. National
Honor Society members: Kneeling - Diep Pham, Anh Pham,
Roxanne Cox, Richard Coblens, Arlene Schoner, Michelle
Cobb. 1st Row -' Shannon Neal, Lisa McLoy, Carla Klaudt,
Kelly Garmon, Susan Fain, Sandy Leff, Elizabeth Kreiner,
Mary Maschek, Luwanna Bales. 2nd Row - Susanna
Espeland, Cheryl Hannula, Cathy Caras, Ienny Wiley, Betty
Zielazienski, Lisa Garner, Loren Biel, Iody Raines. 3rd Row -
lim Evans, Amruth Reddy, Bo Reddic, Mike Woods, Leanne
Cobb, Iohn Manzer, lim Crego, Larry Hamrick. 4th Row -
Leigh Ann Davis, Kim Wagner, Chris Vorphal, Mel Coker. 5th
Row - Denise Fergueson, Ierry Gerber, Nina Garner, Bev
Howard, lim Moon, Kristi Ellis, Scott Mossbrooks, Scott Curtis,
Shannon Cochran. 7 - Ienny Wiley was the state Chaplain for
NHS. Here she is at the State Board meeting. 8 A Mike Woods
talking to the receptionist at a nearby nursing home where NHS
sent canned goods. 9 - Officers - Mike Woods - President,
Anh Pham - Treasurer, Chris Vorphal - Vice-President,
Ienny Wiley - Secretary.
National Honor Society
This year's National Honor Society was perhaps
the most active NHS at Norcross. By having a state
officer in the club, they were able to keep up with
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Along with the Flower sales, the club had a picnic
with the Beta Club and helped a number of needy
families during Georgia National Honor Society
Week in December.
Several Club members and the sponsors, Mrs.
MacDevitt and Ms. Withrow, went to the State
convention on Iekyll Island April 22-24. The
convention did much to bolster state unity and
gave Norcross chapter an opportunity to learn
more about National Honor Society.
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Beta Club did an excellent job this year at Norcross
High School. As in past years, this club handled
Honor's Night smoothly and managed to raise a
large sum for the Beta Scholarship.
In order to raise money for the scholarship, the
club sponsored the Gruesome Twosome contest
and showed a movie.
The members of the Beta Club were required to
keep a GPA of 90 to remain in the club. Mrs.
Williams and Mrs. Odum helped the organization
move with ease and workin a manner of which
NHS was proud.
1 A Beta members. 1st Row - Mary Maschek, Roxanne Cox, Cathy Caras, Michelle
Cobb, Luwanna Bales. 2nd Row - lu-Chun Wen, Kim Wagner, Lisa McCloy, Bev
Howard, Mel Coker, Kelly Garmon, Chris Vorphal, Iody Raines. 3rd Row - Diep
Pham, Sandy Leff, Susan Fain, Dana Davis, Elizabeth Kreiner, Ienny Wiley, Cheryl
Hannula, Lisa Garner, Nina Garner, Anh Pham. 4th Row - Shannon Neal, Ierry
Gerber, Karla Klaudt, Lauren Biel, Betty Zielazienski, Susanna Espleland, Arlene
Schoner. 5th Row - Scott Mossbrooks. Scott Curtis, Bo Reddic, Shannon Cocharn
lim Moon, Leanne Cobb, lim Evans, lim Crego, Lisa Bellafonte. 6th Row - Mark
Donihe, Lisa LaFave, Leigh Ann Davis, Richard Coblens, Iohn Manzer. 2 - Coach
Westmoreland shows his style of winning in the Gruesome Twosome Contest. 3 -
Susan Fain and Hyung Chun Wen study hard in Algebra II. 4 - Mrs. Odum says
she has her math class under control. 5 - Arlene Schoner collects money from the
Gruesome contest. 6 - lerry Gerber is not only smart, but a good cook. 7 - Mrs.
Harvey empties her can of money into Leanna Cobb's bag. 8 V Officers, Seated -
Susan Fain - Treasurer. Standing - Anh Pham - Secretary, lim Moon -
President, Ienny Wiley - Vice-President. 9 A Mrs. Williams and lim Moon talk
about the Movie the Beta Club showed.
1 - Officers, Seated - lason Adams. Kris Gilchrist. Standing - Larry
I-lamrick, Nina Garner, Sam Letson, Lisa Martin. 2 - Kim Applebee
and Lisa Martin tear plastic wrap to hold the candy in the Ghostly
Greetings. 3 - lu-Chun Wen spent many hours cutting out Ghostly
Greetings. 4 - Leigh Floyd smiles for the camera. 5 - Ienny Wiley
draws Ghostly Greetings. 6 - Members, 1st Row - Larry Hamrick,
Nina Garner, Rothi Bandari, lim Moon, Kay Gaddis, Bobby Moon,
Lori Richards, Natalie Deen. 2nd Row - leff Pettit, Kris Gilchrist,
Leigh Floyd, Kim Applebee, Marianne Medlock, Alice Hall, Robyn
Cohen, Anna Iohnson, Mary Maschek. 3rd Row - Fred Youngman,
lu-Chun Wen, Iason Adams, lohn Barrow, Ienny Wiley, Elizabeth
Kreiner, Brad Howard, Bobby lo Dickerson, Mrs. Barnes. 4th Row -
Sam Letson, Lisa Garner, Mark Willet, Lisa Martin, Mike Woods,
Barbara Murray, Greg Baltzer, Darrell Iohnson, Bill Gunnin, Reagan
Barton. 7 - Mark Taylor and Scott Thomas enjoy refreshments after
giving blood at the Blood Drive. 8 - Greg Baltzer holds a cotton swab
on his arm after giving a pint of blood. Scott Curtis is much more at
ease before he gives his. 9 - This is what the Greetings look like
before they were given out. 10 - Reagan Barton works on bagging a
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During its third year, the Iunior Civitan club at
NHS was one of the most active clubs. They held
two blood Drives and collected money for many
community organizations. They sold Ghostly
Greetings, trash bags, and collected money on
Yellow Ribbon Day.
In the spring they went to State Convention in
Panama City. There they learned about the Civitan
purpose, to help others. The sponsor, Mrs. Barnes,
led the officers to guide the club in a manner that
showed Civitan as well as Norcross pride.
Norcross' Debate Team worked hard this year in preparation for Literary
competition in Debate. Points from this event were needed for the school ofthe Year
The sponsor, Mrs. Thomas, pushed the team to increase their chances for success.
Vocational Opportunities Clubs of America at NHS was very active in fund raising
and having fun. The students learned a vocation at school in this organization. Mr.
Peeples devoted his time to this club.
1 - Debate officers - Renee Rodgers - Vice-President, Mark Willet - President, Rothi Bandari - Secretary,
left' Schosterman - Treasurer. 2 - VOCA members - not in order f Mike Carlson, Phillip Hudgins, Robert
Mandirson, Randy Miller, Bruce Patterson, Ricky Timms, Ritchie Turner, Ken Wallace, Tim Meek, Dinese
Wilson, Katina Gibson, Iohanna Daniel, Lisa Christopher, Mike Wyrick, Ken Ramsey, Keith Iaggers, Walters
Davis, Roland lnhnson, Patti Moore, Barbara Nigerville, Shelly Poole. lohn Ratliff, Bo Ruis, Lyn Singleton, Mike
Ailey, Dennis Thompson, Francine Allen, Doug Blair, April Carroll, Dristy Davil, Mike Elmore, loel Everett,
Barbara Hewett, Diane Kalbe. Sandy Kalba, Britton Knight, Doug Taylor, Lisa Wright, Ieff Wyland, Patty
Wyland, Morris Harris. 3 - Debate members, Front Row A Kim Applebee, Rothi Bandari, Renee Rodgers, ludy
Chen. Back Row - Mike Carroll, Liz Chandler, Ieff Shusterman, Billy Allen, Mark Willet.-1 - VOCA Officers
- President - Barbara Nigerville, V-President - Doug Taylor, Secretary - Patty Wyalnd, Treasurer - Sandy
Kalba, Reporter - Ieff Wyland, Historian - Barbara Hewett, Parliamentarian - Doug Blair.
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Y-club was Norcross' new Christian founded
organization. Their purpose was to promote moral
qualities at Norcross and the community.
Most activities of the Y-club were contained in
their weekly Bible study at Mrs. Ramsey, the
sponsor's house. During football season they were
in charge of the pre-game prayer.
1 - Members - Stacey Gore, Bobby Singer, Becky Fleming,
Holly Barber, Beth Bowen, Ieff Henderson, Tracy Truesdale,
jennifer Felicks, Robbie Renno, Kay Gaddis, Liz Chandler,
Patty Coligrone, Susan Fain, Iody Raines, Greg Bowen, Dawn
Lafave, Todd Richardson, Pam Leach, Zeno Douglas, leff Pettit,
leanette Muench, Iohnny Sue Fain. 2 - Becky Fleming studies
as hard in class. 3 - Stacey exhibits a Life Club poster at the
weekly Bible Study. 4 - Officers - Ieff Henderson - Project
Chairman, lody Raines - Project Chairman, Kay Gaddis -
Vice President, Susan Fain - Chaplain, Stacey Gore -
President, Becky Fleming - Secretary, Bobby Singer -
Treasurer. 5 - Sponsor, Ms. Ramsey volunteered her house for
a weekly Bible Study.
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In its second year, the Interact Club increased its services and
became a more active group. Included in their activities were
voter registration drives, volunteer work at home basketball
games, elementary schools and the community.
Mrs. Maddox, the sponsor of this all male club, guided these
young men to help many people in need around Norcross.
In May, they went to State Convention on Iekyll Island and
learned much about Interact's purposes and goals,
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1 f Gentry Ganote supports the Iunior Civitan by giving his
blood. 2 - Even on a dress up day, lim Moon works hard on
AXP English. 3 A Officers - Taylor Lackey - Treasurer, Mo
Wheeler e Parliamentarian, Gentry Ganote - Vice-President,
Mark Donihe - President, Bo Reddic - Project Director, Clint
Kervin - Secretary. 4 - lim Moon sells Pam Lucier a turkey
Gram. 5 - Interact Members. 6 1 Two of the pumpkins in the
Great Pumpkin Contest that the Interact club sponsored. 7 -
The hard working sponsor, Mrs. Maddox. 8 - Mark Donihe
ponders the next move for Interact. 9 - Darrell Iohnson got into
the spirit of things during Spirit Week.
1 - Lisa Lafave talks to the members at one of the meetings. 2 - Bev Howard
works on her state Board meeting agenda. 3 - Youth Against Cancer
lv1embers.4 f YAC officers, Kneeling - Bev Howard, Kay Gaddis. Standing
- Lisa Gardner, Lisa Lafave, Kristi Ellis, Lisa McLoy, Chris Vorphal. 5 -
Lisa looks excited for YAC. 6 - Paula Terry was ready to fight in her Military
outfit, 7 - This poster was one of the many seen at NHS during the Great
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Youth Against Cancer was designed to build
student awareness toward cancer and its causes.
YAC sponsored the Great American Smokeout and
various fund raisers to help fight cancer, Ms.
Withrow sponsored the organization.
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In a year's time the Industrial Arts club became a
very active club at NHS. They collected for Unicef
and participated in many school contests. The
Norcross club contained a state president and
secretary. Mr. Fannon helped these students learn
more about Industrial Arts and its many practical
1 A Industrial Arts members. 2 - Industrial Arts officers, 1st
Row - Racheal Bailey, Gary Lakey. Znd Row - lason Adams,
Kelly Garmon, Tracy Hall. Top - Mel Coker. 3 Y Several
members in preparation to Trick or Treat for Unicef. 4. Gary
Lakey collects some coins from Bobby Moon. 5 A Mr. Westfall
repairs a machine as lohn Love looks on.
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The Foreign Language club was one of Norcross' new
clubs. When the curriculum expanded to hold Spanish and
Latin, the club grew with the curriculum.
Ms. Hicks and Ms. Terry sponsored the club in many
activities, the major one being a trip to Europe over Spring
1 - Officers - Cathy Caras, Diep Pham, Laure Dykstra, Sandy Leff. 2 -
Bev Garcia studies during Spanish class. 3 - Beth Branning blushes
during her oral testing in front of the class. 4 - The Foreign Language
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The Art club was for those students that were
interested in visual arts. Many of the students that
were in this organization were serious about their
lust walking into the art room was evidence that
these students had talent. On the walls were
murals, paintings and sketches, while the room was
filled with sculptures and crafts.
The students and sponsor, Mr. McVay, were
responsible for much of the art around the school.
They did some of the art work for the Spectrarama
and the drama department. Thanks to the art club,
Norcross is a more beautiful place.
1 - Bill Tiller, Melissa Matthews and Michelle Bailey sit
through a slower part of the Art club meeting. 2 - Debbie Lobel
and Barbara Iarvis discuss one of Debbie's paintings. 3 - The
Art Club members. 4 - Barbara Iarvis finishes an etching.
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S ' ft Quill and Scroll was an honor society for journalism students.
Those with a year of experience on either Spectrarama or Advocate
l staff were invited into this club. Mrs. Maddox and Mrs. Westaway
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1 - De-neen lohnson works hard as Editor of the yearbook, 2 - Shelly Segraves
showed her stuff on punk rock day. 3 - Advocate cartoonist, Mark Donihe, doodles
837' on a new creation. 4 - Lori Durham is copy editor for the Advocate. 5 - Quill and
' Scroll members.
The Norcross math team was formed to promote
interest and enthusiasm about math. The team
represented Norcross in county, state, and regional
competitions. Ms. Ramsey and Mrs. Harvey
worked hard with both the varsity and junior
varsity squads to improve their mathematical
Mu Alpha Theta was formed in 1980 to honor the
outstanding math students at Norcross.
1 - Mu Alpha Theta members. Z - Mike Woods thinks about a
problem during a math meet, 3 - Anh Pham listens to one of
the math teachers describe a theorem, 4 - The math team.
The Science Club's purpose was to encourage the learning of
science for everyday living. Mr. Iones was the sponsor.
1 - Officers - Liz Chandler - Treasurer, Mona Woods Y President,
Denise Fergueson - Secretary. 2 - Liz Chandler works on a lab after school
as make-up work. 3 - The Science club members. 4 - Carla Klnudt is not
sure how to do a chemistry problem.
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The Photography Club was one of Norcross'
newest organizations. The Photographers learned
the uses of cameras and gained experience in this
art. Mr. Allen was the sponsor,
Members of the chess club started their
organization to give themselves the chance to learn
and tone their skills in the strategic game of chess.
Mr. Westfall sponsored the club.
1 - Sarah Walters discusses plans for the next meeting with the
rest of the club, 2 - Vicki Usher listens to another club member
talk about a new camera attachment for their camera they
purchased. 3 Y The Chess Club, Seated - Robert Tatum, Steve
Cohen. Standing - Mr. Westfall, Greg Moody, Chris Smith,
lames Talley. 4 - Beth Branning makes a great subject for the
photography club, 5 - The Photography club.
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The aides were a great help to the Norcross
organization. They were a welcoming sight when
one was to check out of school. Without their help
and dedicated work, much of the necessary work
would not have been done so well.
1 - The Xerox Aides. 2 - Library Aides kept busy by Mrs.
Torcivia and Mrs. Spotts. 3 - lane Elias and Kim Schute work
hard to get tests back to teachers on time. 4 - The library aides.
5 - The office aides. 6 - Office Aides were constantly busy
with typing and answering the phone.
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Much of the Future Homemakers of America's
work went unnoticed by the people around NHS.
This club was very active in services to NHS and
Ms. Dozier and Ms. Weatherford kept their group
of young ladies busy with programs at Day Care
Centers, cleaning the trophy cases, and serving at
1 - Officers - Inot in orderl g President- Martha White,
Vice-President - Lesa Stubblefield, Secretaryffreasurer -
Laura Newman, Historian - Marlene Ellis, PR - Lynn
Galyean, Chairperson - Patti Hicks. 2 - Ms. Dozier helps a
member sew a dress. 3 - FHA members gets ready to taste
bread she made. 4 - The Future Homemakers of America
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One of the more generous groups this year was the
Distributive Education Clubs of America. They donated much
of their time and money to various organizations.
The members were taught management, marketing and
merchandising by Mr. Cox, the sponsor and teacher.
1 - Mr. Cox helps a DECA member with her work. 2 - Officers - lnot in
orderl Y President- Shirley Adams, Vice-President - Charlene White,
Secretary A Chris Wheeler, Treasurer - Tony Pierce, Reporter - Iennifer
English, Historian - Connie Causey. 3 - The Distributive Education Clubs
of America A Norcross Chapter.
Norcross' Future Business Leaders of America's purpose this year
was to help promote business and free enterprise in NHS and the
Mrs. Baum and Dr. Kaufman sponsored the club.
1 - Debi Grogan learns to type in Mrs. Stevens typing I class. 2 - Officers, Front
Row - Sharon Irwin, Cassondra Eleton, Keith Contino, Sharon Winberg, Lisa
Davis. Back - Kecia Hyde. 3 - Sharon Winberg is not too sure what Mrs. Baum
wants her to do, 4 - The Future Business Leaders of America.
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The Vocational Office Training club offered Norcross
students a chance to learn about office related careers. Many
of the VOT members were aides andfor held jobs outside of
VOT was very involved in FBLA at Norcross and participated
in most of their activities. Dr. Kaufman helped these students
learn about "life on the outside."
1 - Lisa Davis answers the phone during her aide period. 2 - Iohn Wilson
looks at the job he has to do for sponsor Dr. Kaufman. 3 - Vocational Office
Training ll. 4 - Vocational Office Training I.
What is a Thespian? Many students wanted to know. The
Thespians at Norcross were a group of very talented students that
had that needed flair to be actors.
In order to become one of this zany group of audience-starved
students, one needed to have participated in enough dramatic
productions to earn ten Thespian points. Mrs. Parker attempted to
guide these talented teens to one-act competition, State Convention
and through a musical in the spring.
Several of the Thespians from Norcross have had success in college
productions and in professional productions. These fine actors are
just a sampling of the talent of this organization.
Only Thespians were involved in this year's one-act. "Next" was
presented at Literary competition in December. The play carried
the Norcross tradition of excellence very well.
1 - The One-Act company - Terry Peters, Michelle Cobb, and Bobby Moon. 2 - lim
Moon clues his rendition of "Paint Your Wagon" in the Atlanta Workshop Players
Production of "On My Way" at Gene and Gabes, 3 A Terri Peters enjoys a school lunch
during Spirit Week. 4 - Michelle Cobb alter one-act competition. 5 - Marianne Mecllock
played a great corporal during the military clay of Homecoming week. 6 - Elizabeth
Kreiner, also a member ofthe Atlanta Workshop Players, sings in "On My Way" at Gene
and Cabes, 7 - Officers - jenny Wiley - SecretaryfTreasurer, Michelle Bailey W
Publicity, Michelle Cobb - President, Larry Hamrick and Kim Applebee - Prop
Managers, lim Moon - Vice-President. 8 - The Thespians Troupe 1203. 9 - Ienny Wiley
warms up before a rehearsal.
1 - Techy, Kim Applehee does not take criticism. 2 - In Oklahoma, Larry Hamrick lludl
listens to Scott Curtis ICurly1 talk about his "new life." 3 5 Ali Hakim liviark Willetl
persuades Ado Annie tLisa Garnerl to believe him instead of Will Parker. 4 - Aunt Eller
lliori Richardsl lets Ali know who is boss. 5 - Andie Williams performed "Wind Boy" with
a semi-professional company. 6 - Laurie llenny Wileyl listens to Faye and Virginia IKathy
Sigmon and Elizabeth Kreinerl sing "Out of My Dreams." 7 - Will Parker Him Moonl and
Ado Annie lLisa Garnerl embrace after Will comes back from Kansas City. 8 A Curly lScott
Curtisl sings "Pore Iud Is Daidf'
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In theater there were two major plays presented. These shows were
open to the whole school. The Children's Theater was an original
geared toward elementary age children. The play toured area
"Oklahoma" was a tremendous success last year and actually made
a profit. Auditions showed tons of talent throughout the school, but
only the best were chosen.
1 1 Brad Howard works on Madrigal music for the Fall concert. 2 A The 3rd
in state girls trio - Lori Richard, Elizabeth Kreiner and Ienny Wiley. 3 -
The NHS Madrigals. 4 - The Madrigals at the Fall Concert. 5 - Elizabeth
Kreiner and Lori Richards work on trio music for 1982, 6 - Ofl'icers,1stRow
- Marianne Medlock - Historian, Lori Richards - VP, lu-Chun Wen f
Secretary, Elizabeth Kreiner 4 VP. 2nd Row - Ienny Wiley - Historian,
Bobby Moon - Librarian. 3rd Row 1 Candi Eller - Secretary, Lisa Garner
- Treasurer, Lisa Martin 7 President. 4th Row - Brad Howard -
Librarian, lim Moon - Student Director, Scotty Hornsby - Treasurer. 7 M
Lisa Martin takes care of Erica Faith. 8 - The Advanced Chorus. 9 - jenny
Wiley put the Bulletin Board together during American Education Week. 10
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very active with numerous activities. The year
included the Talent Show, Fall Concert, Christmas
Concert, and Spring Concert.
Members of the chorus went to All-District in
November, All-State in May and were involved in
Literary in the spring. The chorus contains a third
in state Girl's trio, a fourth in state Girl's solo and
numerous other successful vocalists.
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1 - Wendy Gable, Natalie Deen, and Iaynie Poteet practice the
Chorus. 3 - Freshman Chorus. 4 - Show Choir girls work on
the choreography to "Old Soft Shoe." 5 - Freshman Chorus at
signs for "Don't Cry Out Loud." 2 - The Advanced Girls
the Fall Concert.
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Miss Norcross was held in the spring and fall of 1981. The
spring winner was Ienny Wiley. Her Reign lasted until
November, when Iaynie Poteet was crowned Miss Norcross.
Both of these young ladies deserved the honor and were
rightfully chosen as beauty queens.
1 - Miss Iaynie Poteet, Winner in the fall of 1981. 2 - Here Dr. Phillips
presents Miss Ienny Wiley in the spring of 1981. 3 - Shelly Segraves, 2nd
runner-up in the fall of 1981, 4 - Deneen Iohnson, 1st runner-up in the fall of
1981, 5 - Miss lenny Wiley provided the entertainment for the fall Contest.
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Probably the largest organization at Norcross, the
Marching Band, was also one of the most active.
Through the year there were three different bands in all
as well as three aspects of a color guard.
During football season the Blue Devil Marching Band
performed at all football games and competed in three
contests. Under the direction of Mr. Snyder, the Band of
Blue was rated excellent.
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1 - Officers, Kneeling - Field Commander - lu-Chun Wen.
lst Row - Lori Gregory - Librarian, Bobbi Io Dickerson -
Row Leader IRLI, Sheree Vaugn - Manager, Barbara Murray
- RL, Angie Hall- RL, Dana Davis - RL, Elizabeth Kreiner
- RL, Bill Gunnin - RL, Kim Applebee - Librarian, Susan
Fain - Secretary, Ian Kimbril - Co-Captain - Flags, Ienny
Wiley - Captain - Flags, Anna Iohnson - Historian, 2nd row
- Larry Hamrick - RL, Scott Curtis - RL, Mike Woods -
Band Captain, Shannon Cochran - RL, lim Moon - Manager,
Mark Willet - Manager, Nina Garner - Captain - Rifles. 2 -
Shannon Cochran sets the standard for the saxophones. 3 -
Greg Baltzer plays his solo with skill and beauty. 4 - Richard
Sweet and Scott Curtis combine for exciting sounds on the
trombones, 5 - The Norcross Blue Devil Marching Band, 6 -
Kim Applebee shows her ability on the xylophone. 7 - The
percussion section. 8 - Field Commander Miss lu-Chun Wen.
9 - Chris Knowles, Randy Chatham and Bill Gunnin show the
intensity of their drum break. 10 - Band Captain Mike Woods.
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a free Winter Concert and competed in concert festivals
1 - Stephany Hemstock was voted Queen Freshman at Band Camp. 2
- Elizabeth Kreier shows why she is a row leader. 3 - Greg Baltzer,
Phil Hatmaker and Billy Allen play for pleasure during the study
period. 4 - Phil Hatmaker dozes during Government class. 5 - Iu-
Chun Wen tells Sam Letson and Mike Woods about her plans for the
Band at Halloween.
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technique and theory behind Iazz music.
Iazz Band was Norcross' smallest band. They played jazz and
pop tunes to be performed at middle schools and various
assemblies. Mr. Snyder taught these instrumentalists style,
1 - Scott Curtis and Fred Youngman improvise on the piano and guitar. 2 -
The Iazz Band jazzes in the jet. 3 - Scott Curtis and Richard Sweet, I think. 4
- The Iazz Band before their world tour. 5 - "Trust me . . . Icannot tell a
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1 - Color Guard Captains - Ian Kimbril, Nina Garner, and
Ienny Wiley. 2 - Ian and Kim - 2 of a kind. 3 - The Flag
Corps for 1981. 4 f lenny Wiley prepares for a halftime show. 5
- Feature Twirlers - Regina Patterson and Lisa Garner. 6 -
Beth Branning leads the Rifles down the 50 yard line during the
halftime show. 7 - The 1981 Rifle corps. 8 - Regina Patterson
concentrates on her half of the twirler's show. 9 - Mark Willett
became Norcross' first male rifle. 10 - Nina Garner worked the
rifles hard. Hard enough for them to be rated superior.
Although not instrumentalist, the color guard was a very
important aspect of Norcross' Band. The colorlguard was
composed of three different groups.
Sixteen young ladies worked to perfect their flag twirling
routines. With the help of Mrs. Snyder, they polished and
perfected their show enough to receive a superior rating at
The rifles started the year as a five girl team, but added a male
rifle. Because of many hours of work, the rifles also received a
Two seniors composed the corps of feature twirlers. In their
third year together, these young ladies brought astounding
beauty and finesse to the field.
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1982 - PATRONS
R. B. CATES
THE JACOBS FAMILY
GO BIG BLUE: ANDREA JACOBS
GOOD LUCK GIRLS BB - COACH RON ROACH
GOOD LUCK BLUE DEVILS - ROBBY HARMON
JOHN ALLEN I
GOOD LUCK BLUE DEVILS - COACH SHEPARD
LYLE FAMILY - "GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 83"
RANDY LATHEM - "GOOD LUCK TO THE
CLASS OF 84"
PAUL KELLY - "GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS
OF 84" '
GOOD LUCK: NORCROSS COACHING STAFF
COMPLIMENTS OF DR. AND MRS. MYERS
JOANN S. WELLS
TO FOUR C-R-A-Z-Y SENIORS - BILLY, DOUG,
SCOTT, AND MOE. I'LL AL WA YS REMEMBER
YA'LL. LOVE, FRANCES.
BEST OF LUCK - SENIORS - COACH JERRY
GOOD LUCK SENIORS! THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '82 - BOB,
GOOD LUCK WHITNEY SANDY AND CHAN
GOOD LUCK WHITNEY CHRIS, SONIA, SAL.
GOOD LUCK WHITNEY BEHNOZ
GOOD LUCK WHITNEY BETTY AND CHAD
GOOD LUCK SENIORS BILL AND CAROL
GOOD LUCK - LES PARSONS.
JEFFREY B. LYONS
SUPPORT YOUR INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB -
JOIN FOR 1982.
GOOD LUCK CATHI! LOVE, DAD
TO THE SENIORS OF 1984
THE CHIFFONS ICANDI, CATHI, AND CARLAI
GOOD LUCK TO EVERYBODY! FROM MELISSA
HI! CHIFFY I AND III FROM CHIFFY II.
HI TWEETY AND II FROM LIFESAVIOR
EVERYBODY JOIN CHORUS!
SAT SPIRIT? LET'S HEAR IT!
GO BLUE DEVILS! MR.lMRS. HARVEY.
GOOD LUCK TO ALL THE SOPHOMORES,
GOOD LUCK! MRS. HICKS
GOOD LUCK SENIORS! MR. 84 MRS. SPOTTS.
GOOD LUCK WADE! LOVE, MOM AND SISSY.
THANKS TO EVERYBODY ON THE 1981-82
SPECTRARAMA STAFF THIS YEAR WAS A BIG
SUCCESS. LOVE DENEEN AND SAM
Class of '82
CHARLES C. POTEET JR.
STATE FARM INSURANCE
Thanks NHS for the
Shared . . .
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LOVE, MOM AND DAD
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6836 Jimmy Carler Blvd., N.W.
NALLEY PIPELINE, INC.
275 Woodland Rd.
Norcross, Ga. 30071
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Congratulations to the
Class ol 1982
W Wanye Trowell D D S
3415 Holcomb Bridge Rd.
Norcross Ga 30092
Norcross High School
Class of '82
RayW Gunnm President
Dr. and Mrs. James W. Woods
Quality Used Cars 81 Trucks
5785 Buford Hwy.
Norcross, Ga. 30071 Tel. 441-1021
l TEAPU ELECTRONIC CORPORATION
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4975-1 Jimmy Carter Blvd.
Norcross, Ga. 30093
Norcross, Ga. 30071
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113 S. Peachtree Rd. 5832 SOUTH euroao G 'wAv ORCROSS. GA 30071
TFIUST SYSTEMS DIVISION
1720 Mount Vernon Road
The Future In Trust Accounting Automatlon Wushes
the 1982 Graduates the Best m Thelr Future
Dunwoody GA 30338
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513 Davison Dnve
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Quality Homes Built by
DRW BUILDERS, INC
6933 Ayers Ct
Shop: 1404, 476-5231 3256 Buford Hwy. S H E RATO N F U RNI1' U RE
476-5232 Duluth' Ga' 30136 Name Brands at Discount Prices
999 'VO soso Jimmy Carter Blvd.,
Precision Machining 8: Welding ' Carter Rockbridge Plaza
Norcross, Georgia 30093
David Sullivant Owner Phone 449-8597
Compliments of Sas TIRES
OF GEORGIA, INC.
BARKER BROTHERS Sm
SERVICE STATIONS President
Buford Hwy. 4753 Buford Hwy.
Duluth, Ga, D0l'8ViIIe, Ga. 30340
C In t 1 PEACHTREE CHAPEL
BBL INDUSTRIES INC.
6620 Mcnonough Drive 99A Oid Peachlree Rd.
Norcross, Ga. 30093 Norcross, Ga-
5656 Buford Hwy.
NORCROSS BEAUTY SHOPPE
5732 Buford Hwy
Owner Drucllla McGinnis
Sfyllsfs Allene Covington
Mary Jo Freeman and Leslie Patflllo
Phone 449 3118
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MB GENERAL CONTRACTORS-ENGINEERS
GA P. O. BOX 724
NORCROSS, GA. 30091
FLA P. O. BOX 16434
IACKSONVILLE, FL. 32216
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A primary concern of American education today is to culti-
vate in the largest number of our future citizens an appre-
ciation both of the responsibilities and benefits which come
to them because they are American and free.
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SALES SERVICE PARTS PAINT lr BODY
597 Davldson Dr
Norcross Ga 30071
6 Wks 81 Up Georgetown
DAYCARE CENTER Jan Danneman
LUV N CARE
400 Llvely Ave
Norcross Ga 30071 4490 Chamblee Dunwood Rd
447 8846 Allahla G8 30338
owner Us Hughes Georgetown I404j 451 0664
81 Drrector Lrcensed
Good Beer Tasty
4289 Buford Hwy., Doravrlle - 448-7088
5135 Jrmmy Carter Blvd., Norcross 449-1453
Party Kegs, Ice, Groceries, Cold 6-Packs
Waggee Jumger gompany Conglgmgxions
Lumber and Building Materials
Buford Highway Norcross Georgia 30071
WILLIAM H. COX, D.O., P.C.
5836 Buford Hwy Phone
Phones 448 2149 8. 448 2174 Norcross Georgia 30071 448 9066
For All Your Real Estate
,,- 448 9555
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Aiawneeet 5430 Jimmy Carter Blvd
Rihw n Norcross GA 30093
Fashionable Eyewear X Prescriptions Filled
Gary D Masuccl
6135 Peachtree Parkway
448 6875 Norcross Georgia 30092
Styles for Men 8- Women
4498 Chamblee Dunwoody Road
Located In Georgetown Shopping Center 457 1326
GRANDPA S STORE 81
5475 N Buford Hwy
Norcross Ga 30071
Ph 449 7660
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FUNERAL HOMES INC.
Norcross Chapel Lilburn Chapel
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4429 Buford Highway, Doraville, Ga. 3 Miles North I-285
5176 Old Norcross-Lawrenceville Rd. General Auto Repairs
Norcross, Ga- 30071 Automatic Transmission Service
Air Conditioning Service
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jffofzwne' ELLIS GARNER, Owner sue. Phone 448 9717
BAGLEY ELECTRIC SUPPLY
we supply Your W. H. Ferguson 81 Sons, Inc
Electrical Needs AMQCQ JQBBER
87 S. Peachtree Sf. 457 N- Buford Hwy.
Norcross, Ga. 30071 Norcross, Ga' 30071
81 CONSULTANT CORP
4145 Lawrenceville Hwy
Beaver Rum Rd w L Sheals
3079 Campbellton Road
Atlanta Georgia 30331
Lilburn, Ga. 30247 pfeeaeenz 14041349 4613
A First Baptist church
706 NORTH PEACHTREE STREET NORCROSS, GEORGIA 30071 448-2716
Pastor Mmlster of Youth Mmlster ol Muslc
Dr. Samuel H. Letson, Jr. Rey.-Frank Brooks Rey. Stacy Davls
"Good Clothes Deserves Good Care"
Norcross Shopping Center
Bus. 448-8168 Hilton K. Johnson
Home 448-4418 Owner
X Ph. 455-4433
COL'-'ERS ' Compliments of
PHARMACY Ron George
5105 Buford Hwy. Doraville, Ga.
STATE FARM INSURANCE
Lqwegl Prices 1800 Peachtree St. N.W.
You Can Find ll Atlanta, Ga. 30309
Congratulations CHEROKEE FLOATING DOCKS
Class of '82 INC
Quality Docking Systems
Ji m Commercial 81 Residential
ReMaX Realty - Specializing "1i'L?Z3.. 'W2J2.ZZZ?2Lie5,3?4
in Homes in Norcross and
1705 Mt. Vernon Rd.
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at the Market Place l0nlyl
6135 Peachtree Parkway
Norcross lClose to Krogersl
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Dry Cleaning or Alteration
14041 - 449-1444
44041 452 0516
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4520-A Chamblee-Dunwoody Rd.
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UNCLE ALBERT S
Buford Hwy. at Norcross-Tucker Rd.
Georgetown Shopping Center
Harold Kemp Body Shop
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Fresh Fruit Baskets
Russell Stover Candies
Norcross Greeting Cards
Phillis Barrett 448-2425
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Norcross Georgia 30092 P11009 449 1 131
SALES 81 SERVICE
6355 Jnmmy Carter Blvd
ThomasE Johnson Jr T Edwln Johnson III
Barber 81 Style Shop
7708 Spaldmg Dr at Holcomb
Brndge Rd I447 4666
Carter Crossing Hours 9-6 Weekdays - 8-5 Saturdays
4760 Lawrenceville Hwy.
- Interest earning checking
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-home and auto loans
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Ask your Fulton Federal
Savings Counselor about
the Fiscal Fitness Package,
QQ Cactus and Gifts
The Crack Pot Place"
6286 Buford Hwy
Amoco Gas Products
RALPH TIRE 81 AUTO SERVICE
lf You Don t Trade With Me We Both Lose
Ralph Williamson 6320 Buford Hwy
Phone 448 8073 Doravllle Ga 30340
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Cummmg Ga 30130
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Wants to Be Your Men s Store 396 9521 3054 Peek' Rd
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KEN ELKINS 8. ASSOCIATES NORCROSS GALLERIES
Clvll and Structural Engmeers
3455 Peachtree Rd
7094 Peachtree Ind Blvd 30326
Norcross Ga 30071
Asrhomur Tnnmnomres :Nc
6901 P trgelnd Blvd
Norcross Da1ry Queen
4287 Buford H1ghway
Norcross G2 Locally Owned and Operated Ph0I16 II1 Orders
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF GWINNETT COUNTY
The Only Natlonal Bank In Gwlnnett County
279 Crogan Street S W
5386 Jummy Carter Blvd NW
2775 Mann Street W
6925 Jlmmy Carter Blvd., NW
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3658 Kinnard Dr. 1404! 396-4138
E : , Doraville, Ga. 30360
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5651 Goshen Springs Road!No cross, Georg:a!1404j 448-2620
Custom Made Original Designs
DUNWOODY ACE HARDWARE THE CORNERS ACE HARDWARE
1316 Dunwoody Village Parkway 3960 Holcombe Bridge Road
Dunwoody, Georgia 30338 Norcross, Georgia 30092
Phone 14041 394-6938 Phone 14045 448-3390
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Dealer Used Construction Equipment
Repair Service and Maintenance
DSVIIS HUGHES EQUIPMENT COMPANY
290 Lively Ave.
Norcross, Ga. 30071
- Leigh, Karen, Dani,
Katy and Harry Couch w. Ted Hughes, Pres. 404-447-4441
Tony Buckner, Service Mgr. 404-447-4442
Hughes TTIIZESBIOS, Inc.
BOBBY'S MEAT MARKET
Gwinnett County Farmers Market R A C R M N G C 0
5944 Buford Highway '
1 Mile North of Jimmy Carter Blvd.
Norcross 286 Lake Drive
447-6022 Doraville, Georgia
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Tony studies duringlunch. 10 - Limchroom ladies preparing the
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