North Brunswick High School - Scorpio Yearbook (Leland, NC)

 - Class of 1982

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Jeff Milligan VVilliam Mintz Earlene Moore Ramona Mosley William Myers Ryan Norris Bev Nowak Ernest Owens Donna Padgett Lisa Patrick Gwen Pellom Angie Perkins Chip Perry Ernest Porter Adrian Quince Tawanda Radford Mark Ratchford Darryl Rattley Phil Robbins Rose Robbins Janice Robinson Sherry Scoggins Johnny Skipper Pearl Slade Sonya Sloan Anita Smith Melody Smith Mike Smith Barbara Southerland Billy Jo Sparrow Allen Squires Chris Strange Tim Suggs Jim Tindall Debbie Vert Mary Ward Tangie Washington Sherry West William Willetts Janice Williams Jimmy Williams Kevin Williams Mike Williams Sonya Williams Lisa Wolfe Deborah Woodcock Cornita Young wa . 0F U iqbiig f , , .,,. . 't iE' 1 E 5 3 2 an f ' eh., Q., r, - E-Q, a af' vi, V if 5 ' yi FY 1 am, ,,., 1 I K ,Aw my . 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A Y f ' 5 3 F ' f f . , ff 27 :'ii"'?m PS1 WW PM 1 M 1 :Vet .W F-' f' 1p,+f " .-wa' y NW ,fs1,,wW ,,.v ,fp " L , .iff Ll, I ZW' 1 -- ' X mf 4 'fi 251 14 J 91431 YW' it 5 ,M 1 W I X! 5 ff? x s v 1 1 1 Q 3.5 , xv 5 4 4, , ff' c I ' 5 ,yw,--',g,z- H C!! I 1 A . ,ew M, 2- .sr j"'u ff- J 3 48 1. iA, f Received B.S. degree from Oklahoma State University . . . Only person to ever head JROTC program at NBHS . . . JROTC advisor . . . Always friendly and smiling. Col. Henry L. Adams Serves as the NBHS guidance counselor . . . Re- ceived B.A. degree from UNC-Wilmington Master of Education degree from East Carolina University - . . . Mrs. Blackburn also coordi- if gg ,-e- nates a number of other activi- l' n tt, ff ties, including honors, scholar- ships, etc A well-traveled individual, she is constantly iq tsst - liei upgrading her professional sta- tus. A graduate of Elon College with A.B. degree Teaching as- signment includes Chemistry I, II and Physics and Physical Science. A dedicated indi- vidual. John P. Allen, Jr. Home economics, co-op instruc- tor . . . Received B.A. from East Carolina University FHA- XHERO advisor . . . Former teacher at Acme-Delco High School . , . One of the best dressed teachers at NBHS. Margaret T Barnhard t Received B.A. degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill . . , A.A. degree from UNC-Wilmington and Rutgers French and jour- nalism instructor. . . . Took classes on French tour. 1 Judith R. Beach H41 is Zona Pendley fPennyj Blackburn Received B.S. degree from East Carolina Universi- ty . . . Also obtained Master of Education degree from ECU . . . School librarian . . . Left profession in January to pursue career in journalism in Bolder, Colorado . . . Mr. Brooks was in the foreign legion for five years . . . Has been in military for 15 years. William M. Brooks, Jr. Attended East Carolina University . . . Received a B.S. degree English instructor Former teacher at West Brunswick High School in Shallotte Served as North Brunswick Yearbook advisor in 1981 Jay, her husband, helped print Scorpio '82 pictures . .. Ninth grade homeroom teacher. Linda Callendar A native of Fairmong, North Carolina . . . Attend- ed East Carolina University fB.A. degreel and Southeastern Community Col- lege CA.A. degreel . . . Remedial reading and English Instructor . . . Noted among North Bruns- wick faculty as having a de- lightful sense of humor . . . Fourth year at NBHS. Jane Campbell - In-school suspension teacher . . . Received B.A. degree from East Carolina University Head junior varsity football coach Head junior varsity basketball coach A tennis buff and player. Clyde Carroll Learning disabilities' instructor Master of Education from University of Indiana . . . B.A. degree from Indiana, Yale Uni- versity . . . Associate Yearbook Advisor . . . Headed placement committee. Jerry E. Chappell ICT Instructor Master of Education degree from N.C. State University . . . B.A. from UNCC Coordinator of Yearbook, ICT VICA, basket- ball publication and sports in- formation Sportswriter. George W Cox 1- ROTC instructor - first year at North Brunswick . . . Retired from the military on Feb. 1, 1980 Attended Fort Bragg Airborne Training Served in Vietnam and Germany Likes to square dance. Willis Daniels Head football coach Junior varsity baseball coach . . . Received B.A. degree from the Universi- ty of Southern Mississippi Health and Physical Education instructor . , . former United States marine . . . Well-respect- ed by his football coaching peers in the East Waccamaw 2A Conference. Thomas K. Farrar, Sr. Received B.S. from UNC-Greensboro . .. Math- ematics instructor . . . Girls' head volleyball coach . . . Voted 1981 East Waccamaw 2A Conference coach of the year . . . Guided team to EWC volleyball title . . . Girls' head basketball coach Enjoys a variety of sports . . . Married to John Galloway. Carolyn G. Galloway Head basketball coach . . . A.A. degree from Win- gate College B.S. and Master's Degree from East Tennessee State Universi- ty . . . Athletic director, phys- ical science and physical educa- tion instructor . . . Has worked annually in Dean Smith's bas- ketball school at UNC and Jim Valvano's camp at North Caro- lina State University. Clifford Gibson Attended Mars Hill College with B.A. degree in music . . . North Brunswick High School band di- rector . . . Has built the mighty Marching Scorpion band into a well-oiled running machine . . . A tireless worker . . . Excellent I rapport with students and com- munity . . . Constructed two separate bands in 1981-82 school year. John Gideon ' 50 l an ., ,maui tx., E l W -- 1 Xxx H ,Lf 15 Charter member of North Brunswick staff . . . B.S. degree from North Carolina A 8: T State University . . . Master of Science from North Carolina Central University Home Economics . . . FHA Advisor. Dorothy B. Hanlfins Attended Fayetteville State University fB.S. degreel and Central Connecticut State Business Education SGA sponsorg FBLA Advisor . . . Al- ways pleasant and jovial Runs smooth operation. Bertha M Henry Received B.S. Degree from Shaw University Business Instructor Courses taught include accounting, shorthand, office practice and business math FBLA advisor Friendly and efficient. Alfreda C. Hilliard - English instructor . . . Attend- ed UNCC and obtained B.A. degree in English . . . Procured teacher certificate from UNC- Wilmington . . . Coordinator of the Junior-Senior Prom Concerned and dedicated. Jan Hilton A graduate of Campbell University with a B.S. degree in social science First year at North Brunswick . . . Ticket taker . . . Clock operator at basketball games New Model Me in- structor The New Model Me program - a pilot project by Brunswick County Schools for ninth graders. -rg x,,f"' j .. . ,Xu , W Mike Hooks English instructor . . . B.A. degree from Western Illinois University . . . Sr. Class Advisor . . . Na- tional Honor Society Advisor . . . Voice of the Scorpions . . . Member of the original NBHS faculty in 1972 . . . Coordinates graduation activities with other senior class advisors . . . NCSU Wolfpack fan. Michael G. Major Attended Allen University in Columbia, S.C. and received B.S. degree FTA advisor Math instructor She says: "I en- joy working with young people because it helps me feel young. They have bright and innova- tive ideas and a lot to offer if someone would listen." An original NBHS staff member. x -4' Gussie M. Mapson Distributive Education instructor-coordinator . . . Attended UNC-Wilmington CB.A. degreel . . . Football publication coordina- tor DECA advisor Third year at North Brunswick Had quite a bit of exper- ience in business before decid- ing to pursue career in educa- tion Completing master's program. Norman Melton - MM' A - 0 'vu ,S- f Y f ,qqkx Q Q W g -in " L, 1' R 7 Head baseball coach . . . Assis- tant football coach . . . Physical education instructor . . . Re- ceived B.A. degree from UNC- Wilmington . . . Former profes- sional baseball player . . . Cali- fornia native. Bruce Pfeifer A member of the original North Brunswick faculty in 1972 Former employee in New Han- over County School's transpor- tation department . . . Auto Mechanics instructor Sec- tion VICA advisor . . . Robert L. Ransom English instructor . . . Received B.S. degree from Knoxville Col- lege . . . Serves as Homecoming coordinator . . . NBHS Teacher of the Year in 1980 Multi- talented individual, especially song-dance. Marva M Robinson 1- Obtained a B.A. degree from New York University Art Instructor . . . Art Club advisor . . . First year at North Bruns- wick . . . His students got off to great start in the fall months . . . Class person. Terry Rosenfelder One of original members of North Brunswick fac- ulty in 1972 Bricklaying instructor At- tended Cape Fear Technical In- stitute in Wilmington and Southeastern Community Col- lege in Whiteville 1981-82 NBHS VICA coordinator . . . Ticket taker at sporting events . . . NCVA member. Henry L. Sloan History instructor Attended Appalachian State University Obtained degrees - A.A., B.A., M.A. Works closely with the University of North Carolina at Wilmington depart- ment of education in training student teachers . . . Acknowl- edged by her peers as a top- notch history teacher. Frances Smith One of the original North Brunswick High School faculty members in the fall of 1972 . . . Attended UNC-Wilmington where he ob- tained a B.A. degree . . . Driver education instructor . . . Has exceptional rapport with NBHS students and fellow fac- ulty members . . . Always jok- ing and smiling. Gene Sue Remedial reading, math instructor . . . Attended Pace Winston-S ' ' - alem State University Pro cured a B.S. degree in business education . . . Her trademark is a wonderful sense of humor she exhibits on all points of the campus - whether it be in the parking lot, classroom, lounge or office. Rosetta B. Terry 52 ICT coordinator . . . VICA ad- visor . . . Attended UNC- Greensboro and procured B.S. degree in home economics Member of original North Brunswick faculty in 1972 .. . Senior homeroom teacher. Carolyn K. Thayer History instructor . . . Attend- ed Winston-Salem State Uni- versity Received B.S. de- gree . . . Sophomore class advi- sor . . . Student-Government Association advisor . . . Teach- es American government, too. Ava V1 Thomas Attended North Carolina A 8: T State University and East Carolina University CB.S. Sz M.S. de- greesl . . . Freshman Club spon- sor . . . Chairperson of social studies She says: "I love young people - to see them grow into young adults and make important decision based on my ideas. That gives a great feeling of appreciation." Esther P. Troy Attended North Carolina A 8z T State University and East Carolina University fB.S. Sz M.S. de- Received B.S. degree from North Carolina Central Uni- versity . . . Teaches biology and science . . . Junior class sponsor One of the original North Brunswick faculty members . . . A jovial person. Maggie Thomas A graduate of Pembroke State University with a degree fB.A.l in English . . . English instruc- tor She says: "My fondest memories fat NBHSJ are of fac- ulty members who were sup- portive during my first year." Adjinoria H Tomlin il greesl . . . Freshman Club spon- sor Chairperson of social studies She says: "I love young people - to see them grow into young adults and make important decisions based on my ideas. That gives a great feeling of appreciation." Anne Walker Carpentry, Blue-Print Reading instructor, Chair- man ofthe vocational department . . . President of 1 I ol -4 s ...AI A graduate of the Wilmington with N' .41 flc f BNI. " FQ ,-we ' fy A .3 . Q VA,ffiiTlll'1 ' Brunswick County unit of the North Carolina Vocational As- sociation . . . In charge of build- ing and grounds . . . Ticket tak- er . . . NBHS faculty represen- tative of personnel committee. Charles L. Wolff University of North Carolina at a B.A. degree in mathematics . . . Math instructor . . . Math club advisor . . . Courses taught include advanced math Math II and computer pro- graming Member of the original North Brunswick fac- ulty . . . Has taught Algebra in past. JoAnn Van Horn Executive Secretary to school principal The only secre- tary that North Brunswick has ever had Maryland native . . . Her trade mark is depend- ability Never too busy to assist you. Helen Lewis s ia I 'Q' A' if Assistant secretary working un- fi ,-Q der Mrs. Lewis . . . Wilmington 3 Q native . . . Resides in Leland A ' . . . Main duties include taking 'N ' telephone messages and general clerical assignments . . . A nice F f 15. x .tif K person. Charlotte Martin Instructional Aid and library assistant . . . Former general aid Ninth year at North Brunswick . Native of Leland in- structional aid duties include checking students into the li- brary, typing and paperwork, answering telephone and other related assignments . . . Always smiling. g Jo Ann Williams General aid . . . works in main office, assists the staff in a variety of duties . . . Assignments include making public address an- t nouncements, typing daily bul- letin, analysis sheets from cafe- gp teria and general fund . . . assis- A it tant nurse mother of four ' children Three are NBHS K 5 graduates. One of the more important as- pects in a school is available medical attention. Mrs. Vaught, the school nurse, does an excellent job and is a popu- lar figure around campus. Barbara Vaught .,- e L. Ella Jacobs bon Q- Q' , gl 2' , lrgjir if ,c 1 x MQSLO Jxx Nw'?'is M645 XXX OMR , L I 40 VIN X .3 XXX Q VL new X 1 ' . N W N3 We but w so Q 'VA to J W ff Q 'X' s' 09' A we xiii A 'A gd oi, Lf 5'HE TIL THE NE 4 7' ' FEATURES 5-, lL.- l, f fg Scorpio '82 is breaking tradition. In the past, the school yearbook has been dedicated to an individual each year. Of course, there have been very deserving staff and faculty members who have been recipients of the dedication. However, this year's annual staff believes the entire school population deserves some sort of recognition. North Brunswick is a cross-section of many people. Therefore, Scorpio '82 is dedicated to the student body of North Brunswick High School. The students determine how much spirit will prevail in any one year. In essence, the students reflect the entire atmosphere of the school. Each student at N.B.H.S. should feel important because Scorpio '82 is dedicated to each individual. Of course, there is a responsibility e with the honor. DEDICATION li Lf, 12, my V4 Af 3 Hy if Iv Aw YI in Hunt frhy 1 5 an W Homecoming week is a fun time for students, faculty, administration and parents at North Brunswick. It's a time of anticipation, competition, smiles and laughter. On this page, there are examples of this. In the picture below, students can be seen preparing for a funeral and bon fire which was held on the Thursday before the football game. Students can be seen on the .plaza in various booths which were set up by clubs. In the large picture on the right, Martin Ivey enjoys a soft drink during afternoon homecoming activities. On page 61, Scorpio '82 editor Angela Butler enjoys a candy apple. Angela also enjoyed cheerleading the football team on to victory. Coordinator Mrs. Marva Robinson attaches a "Lady- in-waiting" ribbon at halftime. Mrs. Robinson has been homecoming coordinator for a number of years. Students look forward to homecoming activities. 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Fix.. 1'-::::::'. -:::. . .. .. . . --p.. - ......:f+ :.: g'::::::. .-::. - 21222232222--II .' :::.':t:s::. -.- . ':. ' .,!:p1:..::E::",.-:... ,'g:,gggggggg, 5-52' -':::f:g::p:-'::,.. .-': -:::-:::::':::::. . .. . 53 .L - - I. +.i.::. . ..:. ' If . .. .. .. ....:. -,::::::.g.'G:. ':::"':::::::::'. . ,........ ...,u........... '::::g5:..:::::::::::::" q .gl l0.:uncgnunlu .'g5:::::.::5::::::::::: '::.:::::::::::::::::::55 'f:g2:::: :::::5:Q::: VN ':::::..'-'::::E::: ...... ... nd .. .. na... ni Vx ' :FEE . X WW f v v All hail the blue and gold! The official colors at North Brunswick High School are navy blue and gold. Students identify with the official colors. Various clubs and organizations besides the athletic teams and cheerleaders proudly display the blue and gold. Whenever students wear school colors, school spirit prevails. North Brunswick also has an official alma mater. The alma mater is sang at special events and allows students and former graduates to spiritize. A big part of school spirit is North Brunswick's marching band under the direction of John Gideon. Mr. Gideon also has directed a pep band in the past which played at basketball games. The marching band adds a lot of spirit at football games plus gives everyone an excellent show in music. Students promote school spirit at various school functions including athletic events, homecoming activities and club activities. Good school spirit means fun, fun, fun. ALL HAIL THE BLUE AND GOLD .rl 4 -. ,A t 1 t. N. n -' FE x . STHQ NE A g 1" '?.g Ef E f CLUBS AND QRGANIZATIQNS 1 - - One of the more important aspects of student life in a high school are the various clubs and organizations. Involvement is the key word and students are able to develop a variety of academic, vocational and social skills through club participation. Leadership abilities are also inhanced Club life at North Brunswick is extremely important to both students and faculty. Clubs create a rapport betwen the school and community. And that rapport is usually positive because clubs stage many civic and community projects. ANGELA BUTLER, EDITOR The entire annual staff is depicted in the library. One of the most important aspects of the yearbook experience is selling ads and working with area employers. The entire staff did a super job selling ads this year. In the picture on the right, annual staffers prepare layouts for the club section. Standing is Angela Butler, the editor, as Wendy Horrell, Donna Padgett and Deborah Woodcock look on. Doing layouts takes a lot of time. TAFF GEORGE COX, ADVISOR X si" L if so 1 , in Mr. George Cox is the North Brunswick yearbook advisor. He has extensive experience in the newspaper business as a sports writer for the Wilming- ton Star-News Newspapers. Annual staffers who worked on various portions of the book are located on page 67. These peo- ple know what a tough job is. The crux of this year's staff are on page 679 Deborah Woodcock, Wendy Horrell, Doug Hilburn, Michelle Ballard, Donna Pad- gett and Kelly Hayes. Thank- fully, deadlines were met. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 3 3 'L Vs L'-7 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Students which possess leadership and scholarship are eligible to become members of the National Honor Society. The North Brunswick chapter is active and annually inducts new members. Mr. Michael Major is the advisor of the North Brunswick chapter. He has been the advisor since the school opened in the fall of 1972. Mr. Major offers the membership excellent advice. In the pictures on this page, honor society members converge in the library. President Doug Hilburn and advisor Mr. Major work in the dictionary. It is particularly fitting that the North Brunswick Student Government Association has as its symbol the scales of justice. The SGA acquaints N.B.H.S. students with our system of justice and allows them imput in certain areas. The N.B.H.S. SGA is guided by Ms. Ava Thomas. In the pictures on page 69, the entire Association gathers at the base of school water tower. The SGA has a large membership which means excellent representation. G t- i f w. tha i I THE SCHOOL NEWSPAPER scam' n THE SCORPIQN STING mn" The school newspaper exposes students to the field of journalism. Journalism students have a lot in common with annual staffers - deadlines. Producing the next issue is a never-ending task for Sting staffers. Ms. Judy Beach is the l journalism advisor. In the picture on the right, she is seen with Scorpion Sting editor Laura Faulk. The editor must see that all assignments are made and all copy is in by deadline time. It's not an easy job. 1 70 C ,J - The Mighty Marching Scorpions are the pride of Lelanders. Under the direction of band director John Gideon, the Scorpion marching band performs at football games and various parades. The band is inspirational. It takes hours of practice in both the band room and on the field to put a superb marching band on the field. Mr. Gideon believes in hard work and dedication. That hard work pays off huge dividends. SYMPHO IC BA D bq refs lf Aj, JZQQS-SN i fp 15162: X 4 ,f "5f"4fffQv2:1., ' , yr f?91:?,yfQz1,gm lm 1 wi' f..f r 1 , .gum T ' I' ' lil! " r,Mf'Sx,,...?! Anf 4 'ju 60 19 ,, Q T f 1 L4 1 " 7 4, 'H him., . A,-I . I ' - D f."W' I , -LS 3-3-:-:gagJE.y. 1 W :liege W 1 is .- - A- U 3 , W Q ,ww "" ? if fi " ' 5 ., . . .,.. .ss i -' . The symphonic band is an im- portant element in the overall band structure. They are pic- tured together while sitting on the football bleachers. Band participation requires a sacri- fice and dedication. Director Gideon is pictured at the top of the page along with Mr. Major. The drawing was done by Scorpio '82 artist Doug Hilburn. Mr. Major assisted Mr. Gideon this year. Two members of the symphonic band are shown on the baseball field. R CONCERT BAND FLAG CGRP The North Brunswick concert band and flag corp are integral parts of the overall music pro- gram. The flag corp performs in conjunction with the marching Scorpions. Director Gideon is shown with head majorette Andrea Perkins on page 73. Also shown is the concert band along with the flag corp. Mr. Gideon is shown leading the band during a per- formance in the gym. Candids of the Marching Scor- pions during- a football home game show that precision and teamwork are necessary for a superb performance. FUTURE TEACHERS CF AMERICA i Mrs. Gussie Mapson is the advi- sor of the Future Teachers of America Club. The FTA is in- deed one of the oldest clubs in North Carolina education cir- cles. Of course, the objective of the club is to inspire young peo- ple to enter the field of educa- tion as future teachers. At North Brunswick, the FTA has been an active, thriving club since the school opened in 1972. The club functions like most others - electing a slate of offi- cers every year. And there are various projects carried out throughout the school year. Mrs. Mapson is always willing to give extra time to the club as exemplified by the photo taken in her cubicle. YOUTH COU CIL +5"M C00 fs 6 QF 'VN Cllv' An effective way for students to speak out on political issues is through the youth council. The North Brunswick chapter was started last year. North's chapter is affiliated with the state youth council. Members of the youth council are eligible to participate on task forces at the state level. In the pictures on page 75, members are shown in the conference room. Youth council members are enthusiastic. MERPUIS NEW PROFESSIONALS' ICT VICA The ICT VICA chapter is extremely active. During the past four years, the club has produced three state champions in employee competency and radio-TV repair contests at state conferences. During the year, the ICT VICA chapter conducted Thanksgiving and Christmas projects. At Thanksgiving, food was given to needy families. Toys were given to children with special needs. Mr. Cox and Mrs. Thayer are the ICT VICA advisors. The officers are shown on this page with the national VICA emblem. ICT VICA members wear special tee-shirts. CARPENTRY VICA wail Z' "Z -:far gn IC .S The carpentry VICA chapter is advised by Mr. Charlie Wolff. VICA stands for the Vocational Industrial Clubs of America - a national organization for stu- dents involved in trades. Carpentry VICA elects a set of officers: President, vice-presi- dent, parliarnentarian, secre- tary, treasurer and reporter. The VICA motto is "Preparing for leadership in the world of work." BRICKLAYING VICA The Bricklaying chapter of VICA is spearheaded by Mr. Henry Sloan. Mr. Sloan has tra- ditionally had an active VICA club which carries out a number of civic and service projects in the Leland community. Mr. Sloan is the overall N.B.H.S. VICA coordinator for 1981-82. Pictured below the Bricklaying VICA chapter are the overall N.B.H.S. VICA offi- cers. The N.B.H.S. VICA club is composed of Bricklaying, Car- pentry, Auto Mechanics and ICT sections. AUTO MECHANICS VICA Mr. Robert Ransom is the advisor of the Auto Mechanics VICA chapter. Like other sections of VICA on the North campus, this club elects a slate of officers for the school term. VICA members are required to learn the pledge and motto. Parliamentary procedure is used in all meetings. Mr. Ransom is a stickler for Parliamentary procedure in every meeting. It is up to each VICA chapter to establish objectives for the school year. Auto Mechanics VICA is always looking for new ways to raise money. HW. ff. 71'3!A' , I 'rv ff? . 7 W M W ll 1'.l"1'l476'.7K ,ZX R ml ,TQYQEVQ 7 E, Lgg ,lj it MATH CLUB .-nd The world of math is ever changing. We are now in the world of computers. The North Brunswick Math Club, advised by Mrs. Van Horn, explores this new world. It's an interesting journey. On this page, Math Club members take time out for a group picture. At the immediate right, Sonya Sloan, this year's homecoming queen, can be seen working the computer. Mrs. Van Horn loves math and her students do the same. Through out the course of the year, the Math Club pursues a number of goals and objectives. w i ! l f' "Egg, V ' fi, 'i" HV . L.. CERCLE FRAN AIS 9 FRENCH CLUB 53 X , RJ i Students interested in French take Mrs. Beach's class. And if they are even more interested, the French Club is an excellent outlet to not only learn the language but also culture. Mrs. Beach planned a trip to France in April and invited her students to go on the 10- day excursion which also included other stops in Europe. It was a very educational trip. Individual members of the French Club are shown below the group picture: Angela Butler CRD, Cheryl Cross CLI. Kelly Hayes and Wanda Butler CRD. 'VWVNV SQA of X sl . '4 3 Q L fry . 3 rzftii- Al' 4 i J 4 X La -C Quill QQN' FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF 'l AMERICA Mrs. Margaret Barnhardt and Mrs. Dorothy Hankins are ad- visors of the Future Homemak- ers of America Club. Students interested in home economics and related activities are en- couraged to join the FHA club. The FHA chapter at N.B.H.S. conducts a variety of activities and projects during the school year. Also, one of the highlights is attending the district confer- ence. At a district event, stu- dents are able to meet students from area schools. One of the newer clubs at North Brunswick is HEROS - Home Economics Related Oc- cupations. Mrs. Barnhardt is the advisor of the local HEROS chapter. These students belong to Mrs. Barnhardt's cooperat- ive home economics class. Co- operative vocational education students receive credit for on- the-job training as Well as class- work. The cooperative educa- tion students who are ambi- tious usually join HEROS. HEROS students conduct a va- riety of projects during the school year. They also take field trips to local businesses and industries to get a first- hand glimpse of their oper- ations. Q Sa 9 in il 9 63 -6 Q- J o x gl Og -rl? 'Lv DECA The Distributive Education Clubs of America is advised by the school's D.E. Coordinator - Mr. Norm Melton. D.E. students study distribution and retailing as well as related subjects. The DECA club journeys annually to the district rally in the fall of each year. Those rallies provide students with an opportunity to develop both social and leadership skills. The DECA club conducts field trips and engages in Thanksgiving and Christmas projects. Mr. Melton also planned a skating party in early December. FRE HMAN CLUB N R x Re---me . Q 2 .-1.-.i..,,.,. if ,W Y 7757 Qkigii " 4 X..-. - Q, i The Freshman Club's advisor is Mrs. Troy. This organization is an excellent extra-curricular vehicle for ninth-graders. It gives them something to rally around in a new environment. It gives them identity. The Freshman Club annually conducts a ball which is held in the fall and promotes excellent rapport between students. Freshman have a lot of enthusiasm and exhibit the desire to become important parts of N.B.H.S. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA a s urucnraou my U T U R E EADERS 005555 E I usmzss MERICA Q Mrs. Henry and Hilliard are advisors to the Future Business Leaders of America Club. The FBLA is a make-up of students who take business courses. Meetings are held regularly and officers are annually elected. FBLA students are eligible to enter regional and state competition. State winners then advance to national competition. It is the hope that N.B.H.S. FBLA members win contests at all three levels in the future. 'viii If THEME 1 9 1 ., ,, iff- J AN ITORIAL STAFF t Q i 5 . w , lcv A North Brunswick's Bus Drivers and janitorial staff are vital to daily operation. The bus drivers shoulder a big responsibility in transporting students to and from school. Mr. Hargrove has charge of the drivers. The janitorial staff, spearheaded by Mr. Clarence McKoy, does an excellent job. . v - , i Q els?-3. 525'--1 J ROTC The JROTC program is one of the more popular ones on the North Brunswick campus. The enrollment is strong which proves its worth. JROTC offers each individual a chance to excel in a variety of Ways. JROTC emphasizes the potential for leadership of each cadet. The program focuses on the importance of teamwork, cooperation and discipline. The importance of individuality is also stressed and encouraged. Each individual cadet has an incentive to work hard and progress. There is a direct relationship between effort, results and rewards. If a cadet is willing to pay the price, recognition will definitely come his or her way. That's a fact! asm J RCTC COMPANIES B ua as 'QE' 9515.525 b e .fs Teamwork is a Vital part of functioning as a JROTC cadet. The teamwork concept teaches each individual to rely on his fellow cadet while working in a common cause. Each company is required to be team-oriented. Discipline is also required to be a JROTC cadet. This requires determination on the part of the individual. The will to excel and the will to win will never die and are more important, of course, than all of the events which occasion them. In order to excel, a cadet must have discipline. JROTC cadets exemplify a cross-section of students at North Brunswick. Each cadet is evaluated and there is a file which indicates his or her progress. Awards are given periodically. eo B9 M97 F i W 41-.gr Col. Henry Adams has spearheaded the JROTC program at North Brunswick since its inception. Building a program from the ground floor was a most difficult assignment but a challenging one. Sgt. Willis Daniels is assisting Col. Adams in the JROTC program. Both gentlemen work in tandem to assure a program which is smoothly functioning. Col. Adams and Sgt. Daniels prepare the cadets for the annual inspection. It takes precision and precise timing to form an excellent drill team. Cadets involved in drill teams spend long hours working on their various maneuvers Of course, the hard work pays off when the cadets perform at events. . gifjm, xp MR Xi i llt OWVIF L lass, QTII-e'-Sf' 5 9 JROTC QUEEN yf"' The JROTC program annually conducts a ball which culminates with the crowning of the JROTC Queen. This year's queen is shown above. JROTC is concerned with the study of rifle marksmanship, safety, military history, first aid and hygiene and use of the compass. RE TIL THE NE 4 CLASS wi' -.QV 5 DFFICER n' ?i?WNNvTY 'XXI ..m,. at 3, M .... .M --. M .,,, i 3 . i 5 , E1 5 1 F 5 ,. ' s I ' CLASS OF 1985 ' - W N A K 1 Q ,i,..,m... 6 . M - S K. Q 4 L... V"" E RE sru. THE ii, K A NE .iff 35 - Q' ff' ,f -Y" ' 'f I L W f K PURT ww -Y 1 'HM ...I 4 .rx ir f 4 7:1-IC? w KS '-,'.- 4 Q55 ',' QQ 1 :X M rvvv 4 P54 f sv U .3 0 3 5233? Q . . 2-wLSQi t 'S "2 O O K 0 I N 'Tfffi 4 W' In A WMSWW Debby SCSI' f-fi State champs SCJ Pummew - up B1 i E151 A, 5332 If 1981 M., ! ,7 Ai ..'.. -.fx it If ' V ,W Lfiggwxvfxx WWW Z U 1' 3 ix Ql'1mr I ,LA U . V Xb 1' x V! 9 ax 'Q' lg. I H f i' X M 0 4 Q- 1 I Q X IZ- ll L. X ' A f , Q X? X ff E- ff attends State, arolirwaa camps -4 H! .-g 1. ls 'bi ih A' WX wmau f- "' iifbgvfi L,x,x95,, '31 X nhl' X l rn! ,U 4 ,Q fr" ' w OPEH M Outh ,f, M il' 'Q 1 19 1. Ax , 2252 KW Y 1 K 1' I baaebah tMHeS '73 '79 81 Kc. ENV jenkhs state fi iifiiiflfl blank Aff 51' ca 1fM'p'f 'UH pf""i L L L L ,L ns iii' ff f'illll!lI'4' Hfilll' Slifl1 I2lHlil'I0 f 1 H LX 1 , L L can nefvfsr los! SGOSOHWQQEQEQV fM Jim Nelson is pleased with play of Scorpions ,.f-,.,,4,,- . 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I , ,,-4-my in e""P- - v ' W 4- 4' Q - Q '22 4 ig W ' X f m 'f - ., -' .f ' Evvmgx ' Q Q 1 2 fr 4 1 L Y Q I-' 1 . W L u g.,?'B'H-ff 7 .1 AA .4 45, . J. ' 01, .km , . f"'bw-Q wa ,,v5-5, is ' heck lander ' 555215 ' ei we y NE X . l ' -9- K ii'lL l3' ' 653. . , I JV GIRLS SHO T TEAMS TO VICTORY Often lost in the limelight of high school varsity athletics, And the junior varsity cheerleaders are also lost in both boys and girls, are junior the shuffle sometimes. But varsity events which involve freshman and sophomores. People often fail to realize that the future success of r varsity athletic teams rests with the junior varsity teams. Everyone involved at the jayvee level - players, coaches and cheerleaders, ultimately determine the future. they will be the ones to cheer future Scorpion varsity teams. Their training at their level cannot be minimized. It is indeed an important task. And like their varsity counterparts, the jayvee cheerleaders must possess the same degree of dedication. Hours of practice time are required. Mrs. Walker directs the jayvee cheerleaders as well as the varsity squad. This is her first year at the job and she certainly has done a fantastic job. Mrs. Walker is demanding. But success demands singleness of purpose. Cheerleaders have to learn to ignore the minor hurts, temporary setbacks and continue their quest for excellence. They do a fine job. 5 in lit is an all tune thing Hou. Q inning is not a sometime thing. fx ,NX , R ' " ' cLon'f win once in awhile? gon cLon'f clo things tiglic once in a while, gon do Cheung right ali che time. 'Qfhere is no room for second place. 'Gfi1ete's so 1 only one place, ana thats ficsf i place. -1: ,La RCE ,-' t , S,-Y in fn 5 f ' V! 1 X c .,,,.l 1 J' . I , , I 1 I 2 Vince Lombardi ii ii -. fro ,il 1117 A 'N ,,.., 5.511 IZIAIZHQAIZQ .N f :ge ffm ,, ,U I HY? 'N ,- 'J KL ', iii' . 'f yu 1 4 ' 1 A , f ' if ,5 I ,L, ' 'ln lui f E 1 SCOREBOARD S North Brunswick North Brunswick North Brunswick North Brunswick North Brunswick North Brunswick 15 Dixon Union 6 26 Littlefield 30 Swansboro 6 West Bruns. 20 24 Hallsboro SCORPION COUGS AT HGMECGMING GAME, 14 10 TO SALVAGE SEASON North Brunswick Acme-Delco 40 North Brunswick Whiteville 52 North Brunswick Tabor City 55 North Brunswick 14 S. Brunswick 10 9'i1r.? ,g5g ,.! gf, fs? ssa, 1 51. 44 75 5 1500 ,7 A A iw 4 'rw' M1 I of ,N ' , V A 1 , - , - 4 is Ui df 1 5 -rf -4- . -ii ff 'Xi , A -ff ,W 'Q' , 'Y "LW" . 'Wg F' 1 1, Miami F 5 3-Y , 1 Q 'QT' fix-ii 'A 331, li ffm ftvii if f if-1 'J ,gli K ff JR fne- , . I mfs 5, m f i it X rf ' ,,,,, , , f p I., f' -as f . .-, ' , A ' q , 4, ' , ' , , . - ,nw ,Lf . . - , - J ' PM V 1. fa W is - so .99-' f fi A 1 if W 'T ei 1, -raw ., ,, 4 ., f1A .i Kink, f .- 1 .-f 5',J,g,,5. f 154, M' 2- - " T , ' ' Y' 'gg 5 ' - , J Q Zi 1 4 +1 -, "if", . 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A . - men - 7 I ' I 1 i 'A 1 7,5191 . f. 1 if 2 1 .. ig ' Vi N 7 , , A Jag? M ., A' 1 E . ,, g , X my I 1 Y' 1 If 1 1' ,.,x .gf I . i ' 'V , ' V ' W ' - . ' , ' , ' if , s , - I 6 X A. . ASH! . -. , ' 5 ' ' K 5 FN' W' 'qt ...a -M . V , V' ' Q' 6 , ' . ... ug'-g .Pj-V 0, .5"'-'li I Yf""'?Tg, 'Q-my SCORPION FOOTBALL FACTS HEAD COACH Thomas Farrar f3rd yearl CSouthern Missis- Sippib ASSISTANTS: Moses Hodnett, Reggie Brewington JUNIOR VARSITY COACH' Clyde Carroll 12nd yearj FORMER COACHES: Stuart Smith f19'72l, Jim Nelson C1973-753, George Viereck 119761, Doug Caudill H977-785, Tom Farrar 11979-presentl 1981 RECORD: 2-7-1 WINNING SEASONS: 1973 Q6-45 under Jim Nelson EVENTUAL COLLEGE STARS: A.W. Jenkins - lineback- er for North Carolina State University C1974-771g All-Atlan- tic Coast Conference f1977lg OTHER RELATED FACTS: Jenkins played at N.C. State under Wolfpack head coach Lou Holtz - the same man who coached Jim Nelson, a defensive Wolfpack standout during the Holtz era. Holtz, of course, is now the head football coach at the University of Arkansas after a brief coaching stint for the New York Jets of the National Football League . . . Jenkins was a walk-on athlete at State and eventually earned a full scholarship He played linebacker on the 1973 Scorpion edition and anchored an excellent defense. , CARROLL DIRECTS JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL The 1981 edition of the North Football is a "numbers" game. Coach Carroll deserves much Brunswick junior varsity football squad didn't have a winning season, but they did exhibitquite a bit of hustle and spirit. Head coach Clyde Carroll put the team together in September after the varsity squad had been practicing since August. The team was lean in numbers. Pictured on the far right is junior varsity coach Clyde Carroll. His drive and enthusiasm was an inspiration to the team. On the immediate right is the team in an afternoon practice session. Pictured on the right is the 1981 jayvee football team. The team had a lot of heart and loved to play the game with reckless abandon. These players will be future varsity standouts. It takes a lot of people to produce a quality and winning program. The 1981 junior varsity team may have been lean in numbers, but they were "Still the One" in desire and dedication. Even when the games were out of reach, the Baby Scorps were giving 110 per cent. credit in directing this year's junior varsity. When he organized the team, coach Carroll knew it would not be a championship team because of the numbers factor. That didn't deter him from attempting to put a representative team on the field. To Carroll's credit, the JV's improved. x 1 ,wg f ,,g , 5-'WE Y My .1 3959- , , , , 1 NMR v - ,K K' ,T ' .,,jf'R .. ., T. , W f b-'L:4'Ni-1, 1 -VWL A , ,M it 3? , -. .ww - ' N' 9 W V, di' 5, 1 , .. l ' +- Y ' . 1375 as ,, Y 1' s a M, m l S H 3, Q QV.. xxlh X N xy "JM M L! ii 3 li Derrick Blanks 7' FQ a 6 . M l S M ,ft K . , if irlflii' ,1:i.34g' iiifnliifbiili 1 A . f 'U . ,mx - fy M gg X H 'iv X sig? : Jeff Milligan - l l 1 ,, ', Q ,, 1l,l 3 R, ,lip s M F31 fag . T3 .5 Q- Willie Sloan 5 ol in Greg Davis . Q Sri- x Rodney Jackson V John Robbins Q! ,ing Q " 'NZM , 41 4. xy , , V M . ,, ,,, 4, V , f F M 1 ifyal jgk V ,y - s 'W ',,Ll!.'5 li j.- ' fs . QE i 1 i QQ M is , oo L- Ernest Porter I Ja as ' il b as , s 1 A I 7 4 Tim Baldwin I I qi V ff!! ax , f Mike Oliver - A 1 I LJ , :aff 'sw .5 ' GTK? Q 7 H529 j 4 Q Phil Robbins ,- W 4 ---af? , - ,. if .. ' ,. ' 4. A V ' . it ' N" f A 3 ' ' ' i - , , 3 5 M X 'ff X 1 :NTL4 Mike Jones l L Chip Perry 'X Scott Ballard 1, J, sa -. 4- 'L v ,l A I J AR ITY GIRLS BASKETBALL ff .r The North Bfunswlck Q .'.. L I ,,5,,L 3 S H L B r1K'.: A varsity girls basketball - ' , 5 - ,s Q 4, 'LLL 'fe team was directed in 1981- ssc gi ' gg LE f ' L s 82 byMrS- Carolyn Galle- ' c way. Although the girls A l' bl Rpm Ltgwllplulpi ' didnft have a wealth of e nmixkgy ls, .QW gaifllfluxs, is talent, they did possess a 5 2 , L p X lot of heart and Spirit. Girl ii ilee 2 L 5 athletes have as much l g p pride and dedication as if - A L the boys. The members of g U ' s fV.,L the girls' basketball team A ee as-fi Put in a lot of hard work 5' N V 1 and long hours of practice Rpm time. The team was led by s BREW umm' CURPIB or 550 1 'ffl its high scorer, Sonya ,V j A I 1 A g fi Sloan, and high re- y jig V A i i ii bounder, Deborah Wood- fl idie L ' li L d S! gl l L Cock. ,ff Q V .- l f Hgiof '22, is Q. Four senior girls displayed roles of in p leadership on the varsity girls dur- s A ?, l -1 "' 1 ing 1981-82. They were Wanda L' eei e Q 1 fdd L , lsasa Jones, Deborah Woodcock, Sonya L f' g - ' Sloan and Kathy McDuffie. Every "" s le sse iede i y ' y ab do group of seniors, no matter what L L I LL g ilt bbrd ol,r kind of team, is expected to exhib- ' 'V ' Q aree it leadership roles. In essence, sen- g .,:, is e V, 1' uR iors are supposed to set examples L ' " for the underclassmen. Usually, ,, g - 2 4 I I 4 successful high school teams have LLill fLL L fe' . , a group of seniors who are Willing f L 'L V L M to pay a hugh price for success. A ,I , Qf' 34.1 L3 X Deborah Woodcock J Sonya Sloan is s. exe! VVanda Jones Lxx. ,f SL' R ' , ,, sr' 1 Iwi ' Kathy McDuffie BUYS BASKETBALL The only way for coaches to build successful programs is through junior varsity programs. This is particularly fitting in basketball. Varsity head coaches desire that junior varsity players learn their basic offensive and defensive systems along with basic fudamentals of the game. North Brunswick's junior varsity boys was coached by Mr. Clyde Carroll during the 1981-82 season. J V GIRL BASKETBALL Girls' athletics have come a long way at North Brunswick over the past five years. The girls' basketball program has been strenghtened by a junior varsity program. These girls will be future Scorpion stars on the court. If they successfully grasp the fundamentals of basketball, future wins will be assured. E55 THE :Lions L 4 4-f ,f' ,- riefffa 'X : I-J -XSTL J' Se I Q 'Tm LL I . - W xMgM?"" ,W x 1-1 ., ?+ ..,, J s -mum M MP .2 , 4' "f M .E - , M fx 1 .- we . V gg-gi '-f'.:.,.- ,ff - - , f : -if . - we . .fb. :A .xi ,. -6. i my , K, W5 .- ., M9 . .,.r,, , qw K , - . . ML ., - In f A my .. -, K' .s ,,, I xi q 45, 'W , ,. ww X MQ SE ESR H195 , ., 'gpg Qs P M wwf in E if fe THE I NE 145'-. 'Ne 0 'kj 'f Q 7 " Nw x "Ea l l p. , 5 ' 5 ,Q Q t , E, -va., . . we , QM x fs. 1 ' 5 ff L 139. K X ' 5 ,ge n J? jx . in Q 4.1 x r P A f' - :Qi . V , is K J ' . " 'wt' f . wiil f .ft Q N h N ..,,.-...X Nm- Lf' x 'WU V ' , we ,,,. 1 3 , .Zi ' W4 A' ggi ' ip 5 Q A 5 X? f x Qc 5 ,,, F j,,.:, . i , f MW . w . nf +15 ,, I .. . v,,- ,, 'S Q, L 2 , X 4 ":L , l -.di f f'f gf-W,w 5 ,. Q ' ' A' - wif- ! t 'f 'Qs 1 -5619 .. . Y' I QQ ,ff is ' ,W f M 4 ' V . 5 ya I f-'sf x ESTABLISH DYNASTY SCORPION GIRLS DEFEND THREE STRAIGHT EAST WACCAMAW 2A CHAMPIONSHIPS The North Brunswick girls' softball team is Leland's ver- sion of a dynasty - winning three straight East Waccamaw 2A Conference championships, three post-season playoff berths, the 1980 state title and the 1981 state runnerup spot. Guided by North assistant principal William Hargrove, the Lady Scorpions compiled a 57-5 record over the past three seasons. It's a tribute to the girls for having won the school's first atheltic cham- pionship of any kind. After last season's near miss, the girls want another one. Three years ago, Hargroveis team went unbeaten in regular- season play en route to an even- tual 18-1 record. The only loss came to Cape Fear of Fayette- ville in the third round of the state playoffs. The 1980 season was a perfect one. An unbeaten bunch of Scorpion girls defeat- ed Bandyis twice in an after- noon doubleheader to win the state championship behind the pitching of Belinda Jacobs. Ja- cobs, who won 16 games that season, notched both wins against Bandys. It was a great day for North Brunswick High! Last season, the Scorpion girls advanced to the state finals and journeyed to Lexington where they came up one game short of a second state title in succes- sion. It was still a proud mo- ment and they represented the East Waccamaw Conference well. Leland has a fine girls' softball program and there is reason to believe that girls soft- ball will remain strong. Coach Hargrove's assistant, Mrs. Della Sloan, deserves much credit in North's recent success. The East Waccamaw Conference is becoming very competitive. 1981 NORTH CAROLINA 2A RUNNER-UPS ' - it zigi ellis.. We I ii f"v f J .fa 1 -, N --5:11, A' ,Lawn 1 - s , N'?i'S. 1041544 - 1, , 4 '1 X X , 4- 5jff F ' -Y H GAY ' s 5" ,f " A . Q! I 7 5 iff! f ' I v 'F - . x ,aff U V' A " jilf " '1 4, f Q 1 f 2 , 2 . l, 5 45 CHAMPIO ACTIO mf-,,,W lwwwmw-7 1 wymwkw, k5Ng.pg,,w UU5wgsg,mw A L X gjieglfh qs PX vim N if N ggiyjiy A aww 1 i - inf . , - ngwgzw.. -A fQ.w,. . . ws,W,W7f WSWW Q .fmgg bw, k-xlgilgiw Q91 an aa ,ziggxwsizkfii ' V ' V t-.Q i 7 U X ,aw-n2Q1,Dl5ifa1H'ga,Lwaxggiywwilmlbzn gh gfggxsq ,V Uv V v.X,g..,,w 4,,,MM Www Mg, Dimmu .Q ami 2 P4 -I Vw wf?1giw2ig1v1,EH N3Mifieggb51zwhfsM3i'W":,bmkH , ,4 U-+2 wwgii E ww ,m'gw,b1 n,,v,,4q .2 WQQIBM wzwN1332g:XfH,,mM 1-, V 12 wil X 3 :z,q,,:w V 215 g www aw m,.fg,wgg:1gfgy7 K W . iifazi if f :J 2 xi. .,. 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Nga N135 ,Lb n 'Nm if bww .1 zfxwzzgy 1mw1EHSLffi,Lmiq: Ng 5212111 1 :A A 3 427 ,. 32311 is twins w ,gi wiv .1 Sffilizix Tiiilwlk .wif N U"51J:Qi'f 'z' A Jiliiilikyik' :ming-f'N :L zliigf X 2175 Af' gzsgzigw- M' ' Eiwvwk ' LU-iw vi- . T wif. AZ ,NZM M311 Q, A 1 WE 'RE S TIL THE KNNE 31 is M .... . - E .gf up Al SCORPION CCACHES One of the more visible people on a high school campus are its coaches. Coaches are very special people to student-athletes because they often get close with their players. It's a special kind of rap- port or relationship. Coaches depend on players and players depend on coaches. That kind of shar- ing produces friendships which endure for life. Coaches work long hours for relatively low pay. But their rewards come through the association with the young men and women who play for them. Pictured on this page are four of North Brunswick's staff of coaches - Thomas Farrar CSouthern Mississippij, Bruce Pfeifer fUNC-Wil- mingtonl, Clyde Carroll CEast Carolinal, and Cliff Gibson fEast Tennessee Statel. Between these gentlemen is a wealth of coaching experience. If the proper talent becomes available, these men can lead the Scorpions to the top. fn-. .. 'as N . , , W ,sg -,Y -1 I .r--'. . Q. U L' , "II 'L3 A"'1:1, Akkk L o ,qs 'KL iii if ' ff ' 'P .H I, --' 55525 A . . s .C 1le .:.1i e . 1 . - - lsl - .25 ".i V , "1-'l . ,Q- ,A 5--.. f . . i - A sig wb kk Qi xx l ssss. . as X ,gi W W ,N , Q, QE 'Hn-. W V .g..g ii 'Q' V ly, . fs g ssig 4' Coach Carolyn Galloway's 1981-82 edition of North's vol- leyball team raced their way to the East Waccamaw 2A Confer- ence championship during the fall months. The Scorpion girls never looked better as they scored victory after victory. Girls, volleyball is a relatively new sport in high school athlet- ics. But it is indeed gaining in popularity throughout the country. Girls' volleyball is also a popular sport on the colle- giate level. So girls going to col- lege can continue to play. Coach Galloway has done a masterful job throughout her coaching tenure at North Brunswick. The Scorpion girls participated in the state play- offs and eventually lost out to Pender's Patriots in a contest played at New Hanover's Brog- den Hall. fr G s I. - -':' K A ', .. ,nz . , . .. .4 .g,s..: .4s.:: -' H 25. ff- -'-- .4, s, V V W ei M ' - , , .4., M., . i L ,Q .. W. g,,i,,.i .sg 1 -as-.5 - M, 1 ffssifgf . . U' r.-sa '-ia' My ,5 .. ,-as-Q s . , -14: , - N wx W it f , C 5 2- .,.r....-ffm .1 Ls if ss .. K . I ,,,,,,....-. .t , . SN. f'f'Q'i..: . ': -if i .. - , N., V N - 5 fe Vg - .. V T- ' .4-' . 1. ..- .1 ,, , ' ' '3 iii 'ss 1 t ' . I sqm- ' , ,ll- "7 'G my i PORT CA Sports play a vital role in the daily op- eration at North Brunswick High School. Everybody is affected by sports participation, including students, facul- ty and community fans and patrons. Sports can become a focal point for all of these people to rally around in a common cause. The pictures on these pages reflect the entire student body and community participating in Scorpi- on sports. For example, there are play- ers, members of the band and flag corps, coaches and faculty members participating. My '.,,, 4 , N53 5,1 ef 1 - Lan N-.1 . 4 FIS? ff 'Q AK Q 1 x up V32 E I 'W W QVNLXU I, sp ?' 2526'- EA TW,- 237 ERE ru. THE o NE K? l 'ge N f 'CB HONURS E IOR UPERLATIVES he senior class at North Brunswick annually elects its senior superlatives. Nomina- tions were taken from each sen- ior homeroom during the month of December. From the list of nominations, a master list was made and then the en- tire class voted on the superla- tives. The annual staff decided to limit the superlatives to eight categories. They were: Most Likely to Succeed, Most Spirited, Most Congenial, Most Popular, Best Dressed, Class Clowns, Most Athletic and Most Studious. The winners are pictured on page 122-123. A senior male and female was elected for each category. There were no restrictions how many times a person could appear in nomination. Seniors can look back in years to come and re- member happenings which cor- related with these superlatives. For example, there are prob- ably many memories associated with those nominated for class clowns - humorous happen- ings which will never be forgot- ten. Senior superlatives also serve as an incentive to the un- derclassmen to strive for excel- lence in academic, athletic, vo- cational and social areas. "Most studiousf' Doug Elliott an Sherry Ballard in fl rw -A . .A - g , Q ' j 3 l -- , , X A A - Q ', 13 A S W K ip 5 1 I kg: ..,r is . . l S A... if W Q r ', , l rrti gil A . 'QV Q .... , . t igi . 4 Q K ,-.' "Class clowns," Mark Ratchford and Tina Bryant. A 5 "Best dressed," Anthony McDonali and Barbara Alston muon M new if M 1 V 'mVV xLVV "m1i 'M' " ,al iw M ,,,,, ' .A , ., , Q if 3 if ' 1 'W' w K- 1 "Most Likely to Succeed," Doug Hilburn and Donna Padgett i'M0S'3 P0DUl-Elf," Craig Coker and Sandra Davis Qin' so lt:1 Gi! " "Most congenial," Sherry West and Chip Perry 5 ' Vimfili ll A i 5 f to we Q Q. I Q .,..f . . . - , . '- Z , f ww .A ,ft . - if -A A-1 I v, Nw ssi z qf -'-1 it -.,, , A e,ei - S h i ,ee ' len -gn , Tie - Q A , , I .4 4 , A 5 v Q ff. ' "L' a QQ,-44 1 f "Most spirited," Phil Robbins and Alecia Bryant 3' lpn ' S if " if", S :ga llgff. ,E L gm, tin, . ,bf 'xxx ""'?l 46 ::-V t-4 if a" i -IH un -if i'i'i'11.l , s.. - viii' , ' M Q ' C e j 1 "Most athletic," Sonya Sloan and Craig Coker EMDR! SUPER Q F l A l l 3 f 1 1- of 34 sf af? QW? mgfff 41 I V "Eff fit- , W Y ,",L , A R7 Nu' ' ' V 7,5 V' XAVM 1 ,gr V s nw. N I XM: X xy VX ,ie X Lf-W X Y? 5545? 4' . 1 1 iff ' f 0? Q1uz1u-M--M'-M fa aw, , 'wiifzv ,wif - - Luv In 4, M-vQW.,:,,-k , . I A. L.. .V .ww -W f ,N ,, "-FW ', ,, AM W x ,N W' M- L R, wry, 4 , ff N I xr. DEBORAH WOODCOCK MISS SCORPIO '82 he title of Miss Scorpio is an honor. Each year, the annual staff selects Miss Scor- pio to represent the yearbook staff and the school. There are many qualities which each Miss Scorpio must possess - beauty, nice personality, good character and attitude, and involvement in extra-curricular ac- tivities. This year's se- lection is no exception. She possesses all of those qualities. Her name is Deborah Woodcock and her pic- ture can be seen on the double-page spread. The large picture re- flects her sensitivity and concern for fellow students. It also reflects her beauty and humble attitude. The morticed pictured reflects Deborah's personality - her free spirit. Deborah Woodcock is the epit- ome of the All-American stu- dent. She realizes the value of hard work, drive and dedica- tion. She believes in the Ameri- can work ethic and practices what she preaches. Deborah not only works hard in the class- room, but also in the world of work. She is a member of the school's cooperative vocational education program in Mr. Cox's Industrial Cooperative Train- ing class. She is a member of the Vocational Industrial Clubs of America KVICAJ. Deborah took a job earlier this year at Leland's McDonalds and is gaining experience in the world of work as well as the world of academics. A member of the school's volleyball and girls' basketball teams, she has done her share in helping the Scorpi- ons excel in athletics. Laura Faulk Wanda Jones Sherry Ballard A xxf'aaf:"-IIIE1-afar r, Robyn Farrell Donna Padgett Janice Williams at if JU IOR MAR he selection of junior marshals is an honor. These students participated at graduation ceremo- nies during their junior year. The marshals are selected because of their high academic standing in the junior class. At graduation ceremo- nies, the marshals distribute pro- grams and seat people. Six marshals were selected last year and their names and pictures appear on this double-page spread . . . The discus- sion of Junior Marshals should re- mind us that it is a most difficult task to recognize all of the students who receive honors in the spring of the year. With yearbook deadlines toward mid-year and constant changes in yearbook personnel, in- cluding advisors, sometimes these people are excluded from yearbook coverage. Hopefully, students who earn honors this spring will be in the 1983 edition of Scorpio. HAL There are many honors and awards presented by the staff and faculty during the late stages of the school year. Many of these are presented at the annual "Awards Day" ceremonies which is held in the gymnasium. Others such as athletic awards and voca- tional honors are given at special events such as the athletic and co-op banquets and club meetings. There are also certain private organiza- tions that give awards of merit to deserving students. These are presented at the annual ceremonies and at graduation exercises. One of the best awards presented by a community patron is the Presant Award. It is given by Mr. Ben Presant to a deserv- ing senior in the form of a S1000 scholarship. ? K , w ' i ' -.ff in ,if 'fs- ar l TOP CORPICN op Scorpions are selected each year by the faculty. The list of candidates for Top Scorpions comes from the Guidance Office - based on students who possess a 3.0 aver- age. From that list, the faculty chooses the Top Scorpions based on three categories - scholarship, leadership and ac- tivities. This year, 12 Top Scor- pions were selected via a formu- la based on the percentage of class enrollment. When consid- ering a candidate, each faculty member ranked the nominee on a rating scale from 1-3 in each category. The highest 12 in terms of points became this year's Top Scorpions. Scholar- ship includes all aspects of aca- demic life. Leadership involves the student,s ability to influ- ence peers through activities. Interests include the student's in- volvement in extra-curricular ac- tivities as well as community orga- nizations. All of this makes up the "whole" student or individual. When the selections were made in December, the following students were candidates for Top Scorpion: Robin Farrell, Donna Padgett, Andrea Perkins, Laura Faulk, Ja- nice Williams, Dana Mapson, Sherry Ballard, Wanda Jones, Jean Jones, Angela Butler, Doug Hilburn, Cheryl Garst, Beulah Hunt, Johnny Skipper, Tracy Johnson, Wendy Horrell, Betty Kelly, Cheryl Cross, Sonya Sloan, Debra Cooke, Joy Henderson, Deborah Woodcock, Doug Elliott. The 12 Top Scorpions for 1982 certainly have a lot of energy and creativity. It was an honor for any candidate because it showed aca- demic excellence. x Zn fwfr' fl-fc Xb 5 mtg 1 4 ll H ,gf "W ff.-C-, . 411 Xl 'n ' X .. 59 Xp ' 1 - U Q X X ' 'f -ski 'W 'r -car Q JY Angela Butler s T Y ' . g as . -4 . . A L as c--.'-..f.:., . T5 A, is pl if-jp! '.,,. Q1 'xii' ,.. . " Q iii. T.. Jef' f f ,F Wanda Jones W W Deborah Woodcock X I F' f , lhfsawsfxf -A 4 I Doug Elliott if Sonya Sloan llol f Q-'lvllili Q l r F ' A' W ", .A . .W , .fy ,l.. if ll bi ' i, . 'A H i l y - ,V 9 ol nik L " X ' ' Q z,.f, 5 ,N Sherry Ballard ' b. Cheryl Cross W: ' Z- 'V no ffif' 3 Donna P Doug H 'X' L?" 7, I r,ra iff 1, We 'bl Betty Kelly Janice Wllll8mS --af' Vernon Adams Rt 4 Box 193 Leland French Club 2 Band 1 JROTC Drum Corp Com mander 1 2 3 IROTC Drill Team 2 3 Honor Guard for Homecoming 1 2 JROTC Military Prom Committee 1 2 3 4 Federal Inspection Honor Guard 1 2 JROTC Officers Club 3 4 Battalion Staff Major Campbell Col lege participant 2 3 Donna Annette Adkins Rt 3 Box 316 Leland Gary Paul Alden Rt 2 Box 503 Leland Band 1 2 3 Pres1dent4 Pep Band 2 3 4 Angela Alston Navassa Student Government Repre sentative 4 Homecoming Committee 4 Barbara Sheree Alston Rt 1 Box 274kkk Leland French Club3 VICA4 FHA 1 3 FBLA 3 Youth Council 3 4 Homecoming Commit tee 4 Prom Committee 3 Beauty Culture 2 Sewing Committee 2 Beverly Ann Ballard Rt 1 Box 52 Leland VICA 1 Homecoming Corn mlttee 1 Prom Committee 1 Journalism 1 Judiette Ballard Rt 1 Box 66 Leland Softball 1 Pamela Balloon P O Box 335 Leland Frankie Bannerman Rt 1 Box 383 L Leland DECA Presldent 4 Amos O neal Bellamy Rt 4 Box 19 Leland Auto Mechanics VICA JV Basketball Varsity Basket ball FBLA Michelle Bernadette Ballard Rt 1 Box 51 A Leland Junior Class Vice President Freshman Committee Annu al Staff 3 4 Scorpion Sting Staff 3 FBLA Historian 4 . 1, F- . 1 1 111' 11 1 1 I Y 9 1 7 1 1 5 7 1 1 ' , . ' 1 ' 7 777 9 11 ' 7 ' 7 1 1 1 1 1 11 ' 1 1 9 . 1., Y . 1 1 ' 1 . . , ' 1 9 ' 1 , . . , . , . ' 1 1 , . 1 1 '-1 1 FHA 23 Homecoming Com- mittee 4g Prom Committee 39 Homecoming Court 33 Office Aide 4' Teachers Aide 4. Sherry Charisse Ballard Rt. 1 Box 262 Leland Freshman Ball Committee 1' Prom Committee 3' FTA 3 Treasurer 4' Marshall 3' Na- tional Honor Society 3 4' Most Studious 4' Top Scorpi- on 4' Scorpion Sting 3 Busi- ness Manager 4' Homecom- ing Committee 4. Willie Bristow Rt. 1 Box 66 Leland Spanish Club 1' Math Club 1 2' Class Representative 2' Photography Club 2 3' Com- puter Programming Club 2 3' Job Fair Guide 3' Class Treasurer 3' Accounting I Award 3' U.S. 8a N.C. History Award 3' SCA President 4' Senior Class Vice President' Homecoming Committee 4' VICA 4' FBLA 4. Anita A. Bryant Rt. 3 Box 357 A Leland Drill Team' DECA. David Paul Buchanan P.O. Box 237 Leland French Club 3 4' J.V. Base- ball 1 2' Varsity Baseball 3 Angela Denise Butler P.O. Box 1285 Leland Scorpio Staff Typist 3 Edi- tor 4' National Honor Society 3 4' Junior Varsity Cheer- leader 2' Varsity Cheerleader 4' English Award 1' Science Award 1' Youth Council 3 4' John Motley Morehead Award Nominee 4' 1931-1982 Top Scorpion' Beta Club 3 4' Freshman Ball Committee' Prom Committee' French Club 2 3 secretary 4' Math Clubl 2 3 4'FTA2 ' FBLA 3 4' Powder Puff Football Game 2' Job Fair Guide 3. Randall Child Rt. 4 Box 403 Leland Marching and Symphonic Band 1 2 3 4' J.V. Baseball 1' Varsity ,Baseball 2 All Conference '3 4' J.V. Basket- 7 '1 7 7 7 1 1 7 S 1 7 9 1 7 1 7 7 7 7 , 1 7 Q I 3 7 7 1 1 7 1 I 1 3 i 7 7 ! 7 K Y 1 Y 7 7 ig Bus Driver 3, 4g Art Club 2, 3 P 7 Y 7 7 Y , . 7 1 7 7 3 I 7 Y 7 7 7 9 D 7 9 7 7 i D 37 4? 7 I 7 9 7 7 7 7 1 9 7 9 ball 2g Varsity Basketball 3g All Columbus County Band Honors 1 2' Participated in Navy Band 3' French Club 3 4' Math Club 1. Tia DeAllyon Clemmons P.O. Box 388 Leland Band 1 2 3 4' Band Flag Corp 3 4' Prom Committee 3' Freshman Committee 1' French Club 2' Homecoming Committee 4' Varsity Cheer- leader 2 3' Scorpion Sting Staff 3, Debora Lynn Cooke P.O. Box 31 Leland JROTC 1 2 3' Best Drilled LD-1 Cadet 1' Superior Ca- det Award 1' Color Guard 1 2' Riflettes 2 Commander 3' Daughters of the American Revolution Award 2' Reserve Officers Award 3' Officers Club 3' Perfect Attendance 1 2 3 4' Math Club 1 2 4' Sci- ence Club 1' French Club 2 3' Annual Staff 2 3' National Honor Society 3 4' Beta Club 3 4' VICA Secretary 4' Youth Council 4' EOB 4. Cheryl Susanne Cross Rt. 1 Box 165 Leland 2 4' FTA 2 3 4' French Club 2 President 3 4' Youth Council 3 4' Executive Coun- cilperson 4' National Honor Society 3 4' Columbus Coun- ty Band Clinic Symphonic Band 1' Prom Committee 3' Homecoming Committee 4' FBLA 3' Powder Puff Foot- ball 1' Top Scorpion 4' EOB 4' Beta Club 3 4. Saundra A. Davis Rt. 1 Box 25 Leland Freshmen Committee' FHA 1 2 3 Treasurer 4' FHA- HERO 3' Class Treasurer 4' Prom Committee 3' Home- coming Committee 4' SGA 1 2 3 4' J.V. Cheerleader 1 2' Varsity Cheerleader 3' Bus Driver 3 4' Senior Superla- tive - Most Popular' Youth Council 3 Freshman Ball Committee. LeRoyce Cassandra Davis Rt. 4 Box 207 Leland French Club 2' VICA 4' FHA 2' Youth Council 3 4' Varsity .- 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 7 D 9 1 1 1 1 111 111 1 1 1 11 11 11 1 1 1 Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Math Club 1, 11 111 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1'1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 Cheerleader 3 Prom Com mittee 3 FBLA 3 Scorpion Sting Staff 3 Charles Douglas Elliott Rt 3 Box 203 Leland Science Club 1 Math Club 1 2 4 FBLA 2 3 Historian FTA 2 3 4 Youth Council 3 President 4 French Club 3 4 Physical Science Award 1 EOB 4 Prom Committee Algebra I Award 1 Finalist in Brunswick County Elec tric Co op Essay Contest Senior Superlative Most Studious Youth Involve ment Day 3 National Honor Society 3 4 Top Scorpion Tammy Renee Erwin Rt 3 Box 205 L Leland ROTC 1 2 3 4 Drill Team 1 2 Commander 3 Officers Club 3 4 Battalion Staff 4 VIC 3 4 VICA Opening and Closing Ceremonies Partici pant VICA Reporter4 Year book Staff 4 Math Club 1 2 French Club 2 ICT Work der Puff Football 2 Science Club 1 Prom Committee 3 Homecoming Committee Job Fair Guide 3 VICA Dis trlct Championship 3 Robyn Farrell PO Box 445 Leland Band 1 2 3 Symphonic 4 VICA 4 National Honor So ciety 3 4 Math Award 1 B1 ology Award 2 Chief Mar shall 3 Guidance Assistant 2 3 Prom Committee 3 Scor DIOU Sting Staff 4 Laura Lynn Faulk Rt 3 Box 206 Z Leland French Club 2 Prom Com mittee 3 National Honor So ciety 3 4 Scorpion Sting 3 Editor 4 Marshall 3 Annual Staff 4 Vickie Lee Fowler Rt 3 Box 262 C Leland VICA 3 4 FHA 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Honor Roll 4 Nancy Ellen Fryar Rt 4 Box 322 Leland FBLA4 FHA HEROS 4 Co op Food Service 4 Office Oc cupations 4 9 - 3 Z ' 9 9 D 1 1 : , , g 4: 7 Y 2 Y 3 1 Z Z I . 43g S - 9 3 - L . 1 Z - ' 9 3 7 7 1 . 1 1 S , 9 . Q 1 I S Z ' 2 1 1 7 Award 33 Honor Roll 43 Pow- S 4 , 1 49 S - . . , 1 1 '-1 1 I' 1 1 . 1 ' . I - 1 1 S 2 ' . . , S - 4 Z Q 1 - 1 I 1 I 3 ' 1 1 Q 1 Z 3 . ' Y 1 - 4 - 3 - Elmer Dempsey Ganey Jr. Rt. 3 Box 137 Leland Math Club 1' SGA 1' English Award 1' Science Award 1' History Award 1' Band 1 2 3 4' Pep Band 2 3 4' French Club 3 4' All State Band First Alternate 3' All County Symphonic Band 1' Gover- nors School Nominee 3. William M. Gay Rt, 4 Box 160 Leland Freshman Club' Math Club 1 4' Science Club 1' Library Assistant 1' Track Team 1' French Club 2 3 4' EOB 4' Youth Council 4' FBLA 2' VICA 4' ICT-VICA Parlia- mentarian. Anthony D. Gore P.O. Box 422 Leland Math Club 1' JROTC Drill Team 1 2 3 4' Rifle Team 3 4' Honor Guard For Home- coming Court 1 2 3 4' French Club 3' Prom Com- mittee 3' JROTC Prom Com- AFI 1 2' JROTC Drill Team Commander 3' Actor in the Play The Mikado 2' Offi- cers Club 3 4' IROTC Bat- talion Commander LTC 4. Sandra Grady Rt. 1 Box 53 Leland FHA' VICA. Lynne Eileen Graham P.O. Box 231 Leland FBLA 3 4' HEROS 4' Prom Committee 3' Homecoming Committee 4' Scorpion Sting Staff 4. Renita Joy Henderson Rt. 4 Box 317 Leland Health and PE Award 1' Math Club 1' Band Flag Corp 1 2 3 4' Class Secre- tary 1' Class Treasurer 2' FTA 2 3' FBLA 3 4' FBLA District II Competitive Events Clerk Typist I 3' Li- brary Aide Service Award 3' Audio-Visual Center Opera- tor 3' French Club 3 Trea- surer 4' SGA 3' Prom Com- mittee 3' Co-Op Food Service 4' FHA-HEROS 4' Volleyball 4' National Honor Society 4. Alvin Hewitt Rt. 2 Box 389 Leland 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 '-1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 1 1 '1 mittee 1, 2, 45 Honor Guard 1 1 1 as 11 1 1 1' 1 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Douglas Ray Hilburn Rt. 4 Box 94, Leland Brunswick County Art Con- test - 1st Place 1' Jr. Wom- ens Club Art Contest -- 1st Place 1 2' Regional Jr. Wom- ens Club Art Contest 2nd Place 1 lst Place 2' PE Award 1' J.V. Baseball 1' Statistician Basketball 1' Art I Award 1' Art II Award 2 3' Attended Governors School East 2' Art Club 1 2 Presi- dent 3' Scorpion Sting Artist 1 2 3 4' Annual Staff Artist 2 3 4' Quiz Bowl Paricipant 3' Prom Committee 3' Home- coming Committee 4' Senior Superlative -- Most Likely To Succeed' National Hono Society President Elect 3 President 4. Wendy Tracy Horrell Rt. 3 Box 214 O Leland Spanish Club 1 2' Monogram Club 1 2' FHA-HERO 3' An- nual Staff 2 Assistant Editor 4' Marshall 2' Varsity Cheer- leader 2' Softball 1 2' Volley- ball 2' National Honor Soci- ety 4' Homecoming Repre- sentative 2 4. lean Jones P.O. Box 454 Leland JV Football 1 2' Varsity Football 3 4' Director - A - tor in the Thespian Society s Plays' Track Team. Beulah Lee Hunt Rt. 2 Box 502 A Leland SGA 1 2' FTA 2' ICT VICA 3 4' National Honor Society 3 4' Annual Staff 4' Home- coming Committee 4' Fresh- man Committee' Job Fair Guide 3' History Award 1' ICT Award 3' Honor Roll 1 Wanda L. Jones Rt. 1 Box 386 Leland SGA 1 2' Class President 3 4' Honor Roll 1 2 3 4' Fresh- man Committee' FTA 1 2 3 Secretary 4' Perfect Atten- dance 1 2 3' Bus Driver 2 3 4' Homecoming Committee 4' Varsity Cheerleader 4' Varsity Basketball 1 2 3 ' National Honor Society 3 4' Top Scorpion 4' Softball 3' French Club 2' Region O Council Association For Mi- 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 1111 111 1 1 1 , I' 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 -'1 e 1 11 '- 11 C 1 1 1 w 11 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1111 1 111 1 111 11 1 1 1 11141 11 1 1 1 noritxes in Engineering VICA Parliamentaraan FBLA 1 2 3 Treasurer Freshman Ball Mistress Ceremonies 2 Marshall Governors School Nominee 2 3 North Carolina State University Delegate 2 Miss Jabberwock Second Run ner Up 3 English Award 1 Vocational Award 1 NC US History Award 1 Alge bra Award 1 PE Award 2 Willie Ray Jones Rt 3 Box 206 M Leland Color Guard 1 2 Command er 3 4 Company Command er4 ROTC12 3 4 VICA2 Betty Jean Kelly Rt 3 Box 351 Leland FTA 3 SGA 4 French Club 4 Math Club 4 FTA Presi dent 4 National Honor Soci ety 3 4 Homecoming Com mittee 4 Prom Committee 3 Library Assistant 3 4 Audio Visual Center Operator 3 William CB1llyJ Henry Lantz Rt 4 Box 240 Leland Football 1 2 Art Club 1 2 SGA 1 2 ICT VICA 4 Prom Committee 3 Dana Michelle Mapson Rt 4 Box 11 Leland FBLA President 4 National Honor Society 4 FTA 4 Youth Council 4 Homecom ing Committee 4 Bus Driver 3 4 SGA 1 2 4 FTA Vice President 3 Prom Commit tee 3 Student Of the Year 3 Actor Black National His tory Week 3 French Club 2 Maid of Honor Homecom ing 2 Class Secretary 2 FHA 2 Freshman Committee Ra dio Announcer for WWIL 3 Scorpion Sting Staff 3 ReNee F Maultsby Rt 4 Box 72 Leland FTA 4 Bus Driver 3 4 FTA Historian 4 Chorus 1 2 3 Rifle Captain 2 3 Band 1 2 3 Flag Girl 1 Perfect Atten dance 1 Paula Dianne McGuire Rt 1 Box 82 Leland . . . . . 35 4: , . , , 4: of 9 G 3: , 1? 4 . 5 1 ' I D 7 7 , 1 -" . . g - 3 . 1 1 ' 1 1 " 7 9 7 7 7 7 3, 4. ' 1 4 s I 5 . 9 ,- Z 1 ' . , L 4 - 1 9 . I A 1 1 ' QS History Award 1. ' 1 , 5 , ,3: Z s 9 ' 1 g S . 1 1 3 - S . , 9. , , 9 U S - . . 7 Q . 7 2 2 I o u 7 . 7 2 5 ' Z . I , 5 , 1 S 7 7 7 l 7 9 7 7 3 Z ' ' 1 Math Award 1g Spanish Club 1, 2g Drama Club 1g ICT VICA Reporter 3, 4g Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 4g ICT Award 3g Job Fair Guide 3g Annual Staff 4g Class Officer 4. Jeffery Dewayne Milligan Rt. 3 Box 131 Leland Class President 1' Art Club 2 3' ICT VICA 4' Annual Staff Assistant Photographer 4' Baseball 1 2' Basketball 1 2 3 4' SGA 1' Prom Committee Jacqueline Yvonne Mintz Rt. 3 Box 266 1A Leland FBLA 3' VICA 4' Band 1 2' SGA 1' Prom Committee 3' Office Assistant 4' Library Assistant 3' Job Fair Guide 3' Honor Roll 4. Earlene Denise Moore Navassa ICT VICA 3 4' French Club 2' Softball 1' FBLA 2 3' FHA Romana Clarice Mosley Navassa FHA' Youth Council. William Myers Navassa DECA 3 4' Brickmasonry Ryan Keith Norris Rt. 2 Box 374 Leland Soccer 1' FFA 1 2' Human Relations 2' Harvest Festival Committee 2' ICT VICA 3 President 4' 3rd Place Dis- trict II Job Interview Contest 3' Participant in N.C. VICA Conference 3' Annual Staf- fAssistant Photographer 3 4' Scorpion Sting Staff 4. Ernest G. Owen Jr. Rt. 1 Box 294 Leland Auto Mechanics. Donna Lynn Padgett Rt. 4 Box 295 Leland FTA 2 Historian 3 4' Math Club 1 2 President 4' French Club 3' National Honor Soci- ety 3 4' Beta Club 3 4' Band 1 2 3 4' Symphonic Band 4' Youth Council 3 Treasurer 4' Annual Staff 2 Business Manager 3 4' John Motley 9 9 1 1 9 7 11 vi 57 1 3 1 1 5 as 9 1 , 4 1 1 sv 1 1 11 3,4 1 v 1 VICA1,2. 1 1 17 1 7 7 1 9 1 11 5 1 1 11 11 1 1 11 11 9111 9 1 1 I vs Morehead Award Nominee 4' Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizenship Award 4' North Carolina School of Science and Math- ematics Nominee 2' Attended the Governors School - West 3' Top Scorpion 4' Sen- ior Superlative - Most Like- ly To Succeed' English Award 1' Marshall 3' Pianist at Graduation 2' Shakesper- ian Festival 2' SGA 1' Bus Driver 2 3 4' Prom Commit- tee 3' Quiz Bowl Participant Lisa Ann Patrick Rt. 1 Box 223 Leland Flag Corp 1 2 3 4' SGA 3 4' FBLA 3' FHA 3 Vice Presi- dent 4' FHA-HEROS 4' Prom Committee 3' Home- coming Committee 4' Annual Staff 4' Freshman Club 3' Powder Puff Football 1' Co- Op Food Service 4. Andrea Perkins P.O. Box 82 Delco Freshman Queen' JV Basket- High All State Band 1 Sr. High All State Band 2 3' Drum Major 4' Miss Home- coming Maid of Honor' SGA Vice President 3 4' Youth Council 3' FTA 3 4' French Club 3 4' National Honor Society 3 4. Phillip Luther Perry Jr. P.O. Box 278 Leland Football 1 2 3 4' Basketball 4' Mr. Freshman 1st Runner Up' SGA 1 4' Math Club 1' Art Club 1 2 3' Senior Su- perlative -- Most Congenial. Rose Robbins Rt. 4 Box 219 Leland FHA 1' Homecoming Com- mittee 4' Prom Committee 3. Drue Ann Robinson Rt. 1 Box 248 Leland Janice Robinson Rt. 2 Box 393 C Leland FHA-HEROS' Youth Coun- Sherry Lynn Scoggins Rt. 2 Box 502 A Leland ICT VICA. 7 . 7 7 7 3 7 7 7 T 7 7 7 7 7 7 4 7 7 3 9 7 7 7 7 7 Y 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 l ball lg Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Jr. 7 7 7 7 7 7 Y 7 7 7 7 7 Y 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 Y l 9 7 1 Q 7 3 7 7 c1l 7 Francisco Semidey Rt 1 Box 284 B Leland JROTC Brickmasonry VICA Margaret Rose Silva PO Box 271 Leland DECA 4 Johnny Ray Skipper Rt 2 Box 537 A Leland Band 1 2 3 4 JV Baseball 1 2 Varsity Baseball 3 4 Alge bra I Award 2 French Club 4 Sonya Romaine Sloan Rt 2 Box 517 A Leland Volleyball 1 2 3 4 Basket ball 1 2 3 4 Softball 1 2 3 4 Flag Girl 1 2 3 4 Perfect Attendance 1 2 3 Math Club 2 Female Athlete of the Year 2 National Honor Soci ety 3 4 Top Scorpion 4 Homecoming Queen 4 Sen 1or Superlatxve Most Ath letlc Powder Puff Football 1 All Conference 1 2 3 Anita Rose Smith Rt 4 Box 104 Leland Melody Ann Smith Rt 2 Box 504 Leland FHA HEROS 4 Guidance Assistant 2 4 Billie Jo Sparrow PO Box 423 Leland Drama Club 2 3 French Club 1 2 Careers 1 Pep Club 2 3 Hospitality Club 3 SGA 2 Viking Voices Staff 2 Math Club 4 James W Tmdall Rt 3 Box 258 Leland JV Baseball 1 ICT VICA 3 Deborah Ann Vert Rt 3 Box 127 Leland Band 1 2 FBLA 3 ICT VICA 3 4 Homecoming Committee 3 Prom Commit tee 3 Band Clinic 1 Perfect Attendance 1 Library Assis tant 2 Office Assistant 4 Job Fair Guide 3 Mary Carlene Ward Rt 3 Box 545 Leland Tangie Arnetta Washington Rt 1 Box 58 B Leland Homecoming Finalist ' 9 7 . . , ' 9 Y 7 Y 7 Y 1 s v ' , . ' 1 1 5 x 7 ' Y Y 7 I 7 Y 7 Y 7 Y 7 I 3 7 7 7 , - v 2 I y - - g . 1 I 7 7 ' ' 7 Guidance Assistant 3. ' 9 - s , . . . , Y 7 3 7 3 1 J li Y Y ' x , . ' 7 , 1 Q n S , - , 3 y . a Q ' a ' v 7 FBLA' VICA. Sherry Lynne West 1943 Masonboro Loop Road Wilm. Volleyball 1 2 3 Captain 4 All-Conference 4' Softball 1 3 4' Flag Corp 1 2 3 Captain 4' Class President 2' Class Treasurer 3' Prom Commit- tee 3' Homecoming Commit- tee 4' Miss Freshman Queen' Library Assistant 2 3' Co-Op Food Service 4' FBLA 3' FHA 3 Secretary 4' HERO 4' Senior Superlative - Most Congenial' SGA' Annual Staff 4' Powder Puff Football William Ivy Willetts Rt. 3 Box 205 O Leland James Williams Rt. 1 Box 204 Leland ROTC Drill Team' Rifle Team' Company Command- Michael Alan Williams Rt. 2 Box 343 Leland SGA 1' Math Club 1' French Club 4' Newspaper Staff 3 4' 4' Baseball 1 2' Art Club 3. Songia Williams Rt. 4 Box 14 Leland French Club 2' FHA 2' Cheerleader 1 2 Co-Captain 3' Class Secretary 4' Youth Council 3' SGA 1 3' Powder Puff Football 1' FBLA 1' Homecoming Committee 4' Prom Committee 3. Marjorie Windham Rt. 1 Box 251 Leland DECA' Co-Op Food Service. Deborah Carol Woodcock Rt. 4 Box 125 Leland Band 1 2 3 4' Symphonic Band 4' Columbus County Band Clinic 1 -- Symphonic Band' Basketball 1 2 3 Cap- tain 4' Most Improved Player 2 3' Attended the UNCW Basketball Camp - Most Improved Player 1' Powder Puff Football 2' Perfect At- tendance 1' Volleyball 2 All Conference 4' FTA 2 3 Vice President 4' FBLA 2 3 Vice President 4' Miss FBLA Sweetheart 2nd Runner-Up 7 7 Y Y 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 3 7 5 7 9 7 ! Y 7 7 7 1 1 1 v 7 7 7 I '- a 7 7 1 er 7 7 7 Y 7 I Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Pep Band 2, 3, 7 Y 7 7 Y 7 7 Y 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 Y 7 7 7 Y Y Y Y 1 7 Y 7 7 7 7 Q Y 7 7 Y 7 I 7 Y Y 3' Math Club 2' Typing I Award 2' Participated in the FBLA District II Fall Con- ference in Havelock NC 3' SGA 3' Tutorial Program 3' Job Fair Guide 3' Prom Com- mittee 3' National Honor So- Honor Roll 3 4' Miss Scorpio 4' Homecoming Committee 4' Annual Staff 4' Youth Congress 4' ICT VICA 4' Of- fice Assistant 4' Top Scorpi- on 4. Cornita Young Rt. 2 Box 394 A Leland ICT VICA' French Club' Varsity Cheerleader 4. Y 7 9 ciety 3,,4g Beta Club 3, 45 l 9 Y I MEMGRIU CARL DAVID DEVINEY CROSSING THE BAR Sunset and evening star, And one clear call for me! And may there be no moaning of the bar, When I put out to sea. But such a tide as moving seems asleep, Too full for sound and foam, When that which drew from out of the boundless deep Turns again home. Twilight and evening bell, And after that the dark! And may there be no sadness of farewell, When I embark, For though from our bourne of Time and Place The flood may bear me far, I hope to see my Pilot face to face When I have crossed the bar. - Lord Tennyson 2506666 A MOST DIFFICULT JOB ell, the year is over and the last deadline was successfully met. All of my days of drawing layouts, cropping pictures and typ- ing copy are gone. Being editor of Scorpio '82 has been a very challenging and reward- ing experience as well as a lot of hard work. I am glad that I had the opportunity to take on such an ambitious task. Until someone actually sits in the editor's chair, they have no idea what publishing a 156-page book entails. SPECIAL THANKS TO . . . I would like to thank the people who have helped me so much to make this book the best ever at N.B.H.S. Mr. George Cox, thanks for your guidance and help. I could have never done it without you. Thank you, Wendy Horrell. It's amazing how much fun we've had doing so much work. Your time, ideas and friendship have Horrell been invaluable. Thank you, Donna Padgett, for taking care of the business end of things. A BOOK TO REMEMBER A very special thanks to Doug Hilburn for doing so much artwork. It was absolutely great and it made a lot of difference in the appearance of this book. I would also like to thank Mr. Marion Martin for going out of his way to help us with some of the photography . . . So here it is fellow students! I hope you like this book as much as I think you will. After all, it is a record of the 1981-82 school year. I think it may even mean more to the senior class of 1982, especially since this is our last year at North Brunswick High School. Farewell, my fellow students and friends. Farewell and good luck. This book is for you. frigid. WHAT IS A YEARBOOK? yearbook is theoretically a picture story of the school year. In practicality, however, it is not possible to include the entire year because of early deadlines. Traditionally, spring sports and events are not covered as closely because of this. Coordinating a yearbook is a full-time job. A budget must be prepared, a staff filled, a book designed, photography assignments made, fund- raising activities established and deadlines met. Whew! Now, thatis a job! THE SELECT FEW 'QAM As always, a select few of willing and dedicated workers got the job , M fg' '--. ---' done. The editor, Angela Butler, ' 'A - deserves mega praise! She is ,r multi-talented along with our art- e Q-'I' ' ist, Doug Hilburn, whose artwork ri throughtout this book is just su- perb. Wendy Horrell also spent a lot of time drawing layouts and running errands. And Donna Pad- gett did an excellent job handling the ad layouts and business end of things. STAFF DESERVES PRAISE Of course, the entire staff did a splendid job selling ads, posters and shirts. I believe Scorpio '82 is the finest yearbook in the history of Brunswick Coun- ty and these youngsters deserve the credit. Special thanks should be given to Mr. Marion Martin, photographer, and Mr. Harvey Monk, J0sten's Yearbook representative. These gentlemen spent quite a bit of time meeting with us after hours, answering countless questions and giving us excel- lent advice. I hope you enjoy Scorpio '82 as much as I and the staff enjoyed producing it. Here's hoping that it reflects the true spirit of North Brunswick High School. Hilburn 135 E RE S TIL THE 0 NE N, uc S V T J r ur I: nk I bull! on p opl Member FDIC Phone 37 1 647 4 P O Box 190 Y Lelenci, NC 28451 I I l I Q I F" 1 THE CANDY MAN S F7 gf il X L .J N.-..T.-:-r F You AND ou PoNT -1 There's a Lot of Good Chemistry Between Us E. I. DuPont, Cape Fear Site - Box 2042, Wilmington, NC 28402 WE THE PEOPLE ARE CAPE FEAR hY Th V B T 9 s The Employees Of C p -F D p t Congrat 1 t Th G d t Of 1982 A d Wis ou y t I h F t L LJ T Il Compliments Of I FEDERAL PAPER BOARD CCMPANY, INC. FTSE FIPIR BOARD COMPANY. INC. 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Wilmin ton, N Serving Brunswi k County Since I - I l I uzv uiiianrimw C 1950 762 0617 The Off1ce Showcase I ' MARTHA s FLOWER SHOPPES 1701 Wrightsville Ave. 762-3807 204 Princess St. 762-7117 4 Flowers For All OCCHSIOHS CorsagesfBoutnears Dellvery Throughout Greater 14 W1lII11DgtOH Area fhoemokerf office fupplg compong 806 S College Road 392 3282 901 N Thlrd Street 762 3332 Norcross Greetlng Cards Cllff Notes Soclal Statlonary Plus Our Usual Complete Selectlon Of School Supplles Off1C8 Supplles And Furnlture 1096 off to students and teachers A0604 Halr Care Center Since 1960 New Locatlon ERNIE 6 MARY FINCH OWNERS 25 S COLLEGE RD WILMINGTON N C 28403 Comphments Of everyday Low Pnces Compare and Save Have A Coke And A Smlle' 806 S College Road 901 N Thlrd St 921 Prlncess St Sat 9 AM 1 PM Sat Closed 762 0375 Mon Frl 9 AM 6 PM Mon Fr1 8 30 A M Wllmmgton NC I 900PM . - . 7 . 1 ft H , N , Q. ul 19521 fu ' an - J x X J v . - I 1- vyfa 'Sy Q L ! 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Tln Finest Specializmd Service Mailable HOWLETT CONSTRUCTION Greenfield Automatic Transmission S8YUIC9g Old Fayetteville Road Neal' 10 VVEST VVILLARD STREET North Brunswick High WILMINGTON NORTH CAROLINA 28401 3716679 PHONE K979l 763-0647 DALES TWIN STATE AND MINI MART PATRONS Mac s Auto 655 4630 Rlegelwood NC 28456 Pinehurst Soap Sz Candle Shop EXXON Professional Uniform Centers, Inc SENIOR PARENTS Congratulations Vickie Love Mom And Dad The Staff along with myself would like to thank each and every business that has had a part in supporting Scorplo 82 You have helped to make this the best edition ever We appreciate the concern that you showed for our school by purchasing an advertisement I encourage everyone patronize these businesses Thank You Donna Padgett Business Manager 77 U . 5 1 I - H I Y - ss . . . ,, "Congratulations Lisa C. Wolfe" Mr. 8: Mrs. Norman Fowler Y , . y . . , . . , . . . . 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