North Mecklenburg High School - Viking Yearbook (Huntersville, NC)
- Class of 1972
Page 1 of 216
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 216 of the 1972 volume:
D PM JBJQQ Odd
WMQMOLP JMU in
M5 A Vdc' 999' ,.,
WW W X w N fp Nj
H9 JW Wifi! M an Od QW
,P di pp ,X - , ',
ffwijpf fc if UWM JMS'
fjgypipglgffwgvf PM Q
W W 1
Tfigiigmig JXUvfvJ H5 gg lg?
WM lgww ofgww awmmwgibmw Z Lg 5
W Mm Mwwimgfw ? P 55+ E? 4
giihim mam if Pi l
-E X' Ng
aww U61 t
A x rf V- 3.5 ,X
. n . . . , ,
" , frw 1- -, hi
' ii!! ..-5
. ,, Q.
V .W ,f
w w f " W- -ff! , , , Q W" viH1:- ' ,
gf? Aw, X : m,1'ff ?3?3T'tfW .e ,, 31' A , g Alf M ' .- -
fiz, 1,52-Rik '1 nf gf "fig-,far:3 J ., .a,.v'L' mx'-zffmv' ffT'L "-W
Q qw' , -- 'M,:.,-zsG":- --rv f1'z,,,-:vs-, 1 '
' 3-a: -r f Q ,. ,E,"'ij.x 1:,. . :gf V
'f11s'P 'fl1. 131 ::iW"4.'12. -"'3:f- L
Ygf ug 4
1 I 4 A
q:x,u.gQ. ., ,L...,
,in A '
.a " X '-'ff
' M, 1 QMS'
FQ? ,, ' ,
North Mecklenburg High School
Huntersville, North Carolina
VIKING Staff Dedicates Yearbook to Adviser
There are people we meet in life who make things better just by being the kind
of person they are. We are fortunate to have one such person at North.
She is loyal, devoted, and helpful. She stresses the importance of knowledge, honor,
and service. Her kindness and her modesty make her unique.
She is a friend to all the students, as well as to all the teachers. She dedicates
most of her time and self to North Mecklenburg, so we, in turn, with pride, dedicate
the 1972 Viking to
Mrs. Mary Cooke.
1lMrs. Cooke helps Patti Lloyd search for errors
in the senior directory.
2lln her class, Mrs. Cooke is dedicated to having
all her students understand their assignments. She
spends much time helping them, just as she is help-
3lMrs. Mary Cooke teaches mathematics and helps
advise the Viking staff.
In everyone's life, the question will arise, "Who am I?" We find our
identities not through personal importance but in our achievements and
Through the pages of this book, we recognize and remember not only
the people, but the things they give to North Mecklenburg to make 1972
the year that it is.
Q 4 ,ahh f.,,,. , by ,' in, .13 4.
A' fx' V Table of Contents
es., , f A
. ' .K 3' l gy K introduction 1
5924 'is in L- ff ' R, M ,tg N Student Life 4
i f f fl 2, ff .11 L:-3: -1. curriculums.
. ' '39 ' j A .Peg " 1 59 X' Administration 17
as N' 'fi' 'f 'tn ' ki" il ' Organizations 41
.rigs 13 I Athletics 65
gf Q ':m,'iX 1 , M J, Features 85
fmt. , ' 5 ' ,q Classes 99
""is4'b,v ' 7 f Seniors 100
QQQQQM ' JA y S gg g so Juniors 124
fig! 1 + ' 1" 5 fszwggr Sophomores 140
, 1 fl ' ' gli Qi -.pil ' Advertisements 151
rig g V Records 175
35' 54 'W ' it 1 X Senior Directory 195
Faculty Directory 200
1lln hopes of promoting a feeling of to-
getherness, all students were asked to
make new friends during the Martin Luther
King Memorial Service.
2lCarol Witte and Diane Alexander try to
coax passers-by to buy goodies at the
Sophomore Class bake sale.
3lDeborah Marlowe carelessly daydreams
while the teacher lectures to the class.
Students Show Spirit,
Reflect Work in Show
1lAlong with others, Elise Wilson and
Hazel McGee shout enthusiastically in
support of the cheerleaders during a pep
2lSanta Claus lMr. Houghl is a surprise
to the children who help the girls in cos-
metology class stage a fashion show be-
Keep Spirit High
1lJoyce Hunter watches the scenery while
riding the bus to Asheville for a football
2iln an auto mechanics class, Billy Casey
and Derrick Davis puzzle over a motor try-
ing to find the gremlin in it.
3lLunch finished, bell about to ring, Linda
Sherrill leaves the cafeteria, headed for
her next class.
4iSeniors could hardly wait for proofs of
their annual pictures to be returned. When
they came, they shared a first peek with
1lPausing momentarily from her lunch,
Capri Phillips chats with her companions.
2lBeing led by Diane Allen, the One Way
Singers provide music during intermission
at the Miss North Mecklenburg pageant.
3lKaye Humphries, Bonnie Newton, and
Becky Brown show their spirit during
cheerleader try-outs in the auditorium,
while others watch from behind the cur-
Participation in Activities
High Both ln, Out of School
- ti ,
f ' i
1lDuring the first few days of school, Don-
nell Crowder acts as drum major at the
2lWith the score 0-0, the bench is con-
cerned about North's completing a play
and getting on the scoreboard.
3lln child care class, Cathy Barringer eats
a snack along with her friend, Daphne
Waldrop, who eyes her cake suspiciously.
4lAlthough Liz Cavin's arm was broken in
a wreck, she works right along with the
cheerleaders. She seems to be displeased
with the action on the field, however.
5lMr. Ross chatters to his baseball team
to keep them on the move.
6lStudents like to sit in the sun and rap
with one another during lunch.
in Work and in Play
, 4, risky, ' 7
,, A... 1
Q QT iam q,,wsffw- 1 'MN
K NW: ,:-si4eW511Y-
F ,.,ww,i.- EJB?
V , ,,WpLi"r'i1+g
All-Round Development of Students
Encouraged by Teachers and Parents
1lJanet Sossamon knows she must con-
centrate on her answers if she is to make
a good grade on her test.
2l"The Lottery!" was presented by the
Drama Club with Janet Hager as Tessie.
3lDuring the health check-up given to all
students, Mrs. Moses checks Jimmy Phipps'
throat and teeth.
.. .,.,,,:,,,,, : ,:,. 5 x
' M .
- - - ww: . . . .
if Q, .
fw,,4,,:,f , 1.
. ,W www ,
i - .
4 A 'gil ' V it
, ,,g,,f.-,E -ftp 3,
1lTommy Jones triggers Rhonda McAuley's
memory, probably about the homework she
had forgotten to do.
2!While she is waiting for her identification
card, Brenda Norman reads a note from
one of her friends.
3lStudents take advantage of the good
weather and use the outdoor sidewalks
while hurrying to class.
4lChip Abernethy listens to the teacher's
final instructions as he awaits the bell to
Broadened Thru Work
1lBetty Biggerstaff uses the library to
gather information for her term paper.
2lStudents in the boy's cooking class clean
the cabinets and get things ready for cook-
ing. They are Michael McVay, Tim Hunter,
Eugene Graham, and Donald Devoe.
3lWenche Flakstad smiles proudly as her
corsage is pinned on her by Pam Hucks
during the reception given her by the lan-
A Spirit of Fun Necessary for
Both Teachers and Students
1lSome students get to work while others
just think about it as they wait for the
student teacher to begin class.
2lAs Robin Bradford watches the reaction,
Geraldine Gerald samples a cupcake and
shows her approval of the Sophomores'
3lMr. Humanik, trying to look his best, is
caught by the photographer before he can
complete the job.
Work Well Together
1lStudents express their appreciation to
Mr. Pittard, Mrs. Phillips, and Mr. Phillips
for their work in preparing the Christmas
program. It was presented by the fine arts
2lSometimes a teacher feels the need to
appeal to a greater power. Miss Scar-
borough was annoyed tall in funl by the
Viking photographers taking a picture of
3lCheerleaders begin work in the summer
and never let up until basketball season
Sqn' , LQQ ss,
f--K A-was V.
-we-W . . .mt
-M M. ,,... gw-we-.mm-.-tt
Keynotes of Success
1lWrestling was for lightweights as well
as for the heavyweights. Herbert Rhedrick
found himself winning his first match late
in the season against Harding.
2lFamily life classes work on many phases
of meeting responsibilities and learning the
importance of cooperation. ln late winter,
they plan meals, prepare them and eat
them, just as Dale Slaughter is planning
3lWorking up identification cards for 1600
students was no easy job. Steve Morton
and Cindy Hill lend their services to get
at 391 '
g 5 L ,tg ,-.,
we ' ' ,use
1lSgt. Andrew Hitch assisted Mr. Ron
Leatherwood in a program entitled "This
2lWhen some crank called and said there
was a bomb in one of the buildings, ev-
eryone was cleared from the buildings and
the police arrived to help out.
3lSome teachers pose anywhere, anytime,
for a picturep such as, Mr. Humanik, Mr.
Pigg, Miss Litaker, and Mr. Holden.
4lWith ten games left to play, Jeff Houston
is averaging 18 points per game. His game
average in rebounds in twelve.
Administration Works to Further Unity, Education
Dr. William Self, a native of New-
ton, graduated from Catawba Col-
lege. He received his Masters and
Doctorate from UNC-CH. He was a
teacher, coach, assistant principal,
elementary principal, director of
secondary education, and assistant
superintendent in the Winston-Sa-
lem school system before coming to
Dr. Self came to Charlotte in 1962
as assistant superintendent. ln the
fall of 1968, he became superin-
tendent of the Charlotte Mecklen-
burg School System.
Concerned with both teachers and
students was North Mecklenburg's
principal, Mr. W. A. Hough. His
understanding of the problems of
both made North a better school. His
patience was enduring, and he held
the respect of everyone.
Mr. Hough graduated from Wake
Forest University with a degree in
science and social studies. He also
studied school administration at
UNC-CH. Mr. Hough came to North
Dr. William Self
Between the conferences with students, teachers, and parents, Mr. Hough spends his time at his desk trying to
catch up with all his administrative work.
Mr. W. A. Hough
Principal, North Mecklenburg High School
Mrs. Marian Beard
Mrs. Shirley Brown
Mrs. Jean Helms
Mrs. Annie Mae Styers
Mr. Bryce K. Hurd attended Lees-McRae,
Elon, and ASU. He holds both an AB and
a Master's Degree. Mr. Hurd serves as as-
sistant principal and athletic director. He
spends a great deal of his time conferring
with students, scheduling classes, and
helping with other administrative duties.
Mrs. Virginia Wallace
Mr. Hurd worked with the semester changes in schedule. Since all English students change with the semester,
worked many hours getting everyone in place.
Adm. 8t Curriculum
Cooperation Key to Well-Planned
Many opportunities are given
North students to prepare them-
selves for almost any future they
plan. Much study and planning go
into forming a curriculum in which
every student can find something
to fit his needs.
English is divided into semester
courses. A semester each of com-
position, American, and British lit-
erature is required. Free to choose
from about thirty courses, the stu-
dent has one elective each year.
College-bound students find
mathematics courses available for
them, while the non-college student
can profit from general or business
math, or such courses as trade
Biology is required of all soph-
omores, with chemistry and physics
being offered. Three languages,
Latin, French, and Spanish, are al-
so offered. World history, US his-
tory, and sociology are offered.
Physical education, driver educa-
tion, and orientation are required in
the sophomore year.
In the field of fine arts, music and
art are offered. Music takes the
form of chorus, band, and orches-
tra. Beginners' art, as well as ad-
vanced art courses, is offered.
Such courses as typing, short-
hand, secretarial practice, busi-
ness machines, keypunch, com-
puter, and bookkeeping prepare
many students for work after grad-
uation with no further training.
ln distributive education and ICT,
students learn about the business
and industrial world and get on-
the-job training as well. Family life
courses, clothing and foods, child
care, health occupations, auto me-
chanics, horticulture, agriculture,
cosmetology, industrial arts, and
mechanical drawing classes offer
a variety of means to prepare one-
self for work, college, or personal
For those who wish to enroll,
North's AFJROTC offers a chance
to study air space education, learn
about the military, and develop
leadership abilities. Two special
education classes take care of
Three counselors offer guidance
for all students, college bound or
otherwise. Almost every student
uses the facilities of this depart-
ment. Also used extensively is a
well-planned library. An efficiently
run cafeteria is also provided.
For the young man or woman
who is really interested in learning,
there is no lack of courses to help
him. Everyone works together to
give as many opportunities as
possible for the development of the
Student teachers from Davidson College this year were Mr. Lester Strong, Mrs. Frances
Mawhinney, Mr. Whit Ayers, and Mr. Rod Cook.
1lMr. Ronald Walls served as an intern
counselor this year.
2lMrs. Janice Baldwin worked as attend-
ance counselor during the fall.
3lAt a farewell party given for him, Mr.
Ayers received a trophy from the class.
He seems to think there is something in
Mrs. Phyllis Chapman Mr. William Lee
Mr. Jimmy Poole Mrs. Vivian Williams
1lMr. Lee is head of the guidance depart-
ment. Much of his work is with the seniors.
2lPatti Nance, a sophomore, finds Mr.
Poole helpful in working out a class
3lSince the guidance office offers much
information on colleges, Chris Crump and
David Strong take advantage of this. They
search out catalogs to learn more about
Counseling Service Available
For All Students
Math Courses Offer Opportunity for All
Mrs. Mary Cooke
Mrs. Helena Cunningham
Mrs. Mary Lu Daggy
Mr. Charles Guy
Mr. Carroll Mizelle
Mr. James Shaver
Mr. Ralph Sparrow
Mr. Leroy Waters
,.. . Q ik
, -' ""44"'w 1
1lMrs. Daggy and her class work out their
2lMr. Waters waits for David Kelton to
work his problem in math so that he can
explain it to the class.
., fn, 1 '3 '
1lAFJROTC is attractive to many young men
who wish to develop leadership ability and
who wish to learn more abut aerodynamics.
Here they also learn something about what
is expected of them when they go into the
Each year members of the AFJROTC visit
Shaw Air Force Base in South Carolina.
Cadet SGT Clement Barringer is shown a
F4C Fantom Fighter Bomber on his visit
2lFor his scholastic achievements, the
American Legion AFJROTC Award went to
then Cadet SGT. Mark A. Knapp. Tommy
Benton received the Military Excellence
Award. Looking on were Cadets Sammy
Davis, Kenny Grier, Earl Moore, William
Smith and Joseph Bailey.
SMSGY Samuel Col. William F.
Dillard, Jr. Shanklin
-lg ff if .
4 it Q X-. of
.1 .1 "'- '-
Earns Student Approval
Mrs. Ruth Barfield Mrs. Dorothy Bratton
Mrs. Doris Crawford Mrs. Judy Fuller
1lJanet Hager, John Winkler, and Vonnie
Bakanic, among others, watch with anxiety,
hoping that their number is not drawn in
the theatre workshop production of "The
2!Jane Pack participated in a program
about Indian culture in one of Mrs. Brat-
ton's English classes. This kind of partici-
pation is encouraged throughout the entire
1lMrs. Crawford, an English
teacher, listens to ques-
tions from her class after
she has made their home-
2lWalter Grier worked dili-
gently toward completing
his punctuation notebook
for Miss Rosa Scarborough.
This was an assignment in
his English composition
Mrs Jennie Green
Mrs. Peggy Hunt
Mrs. Ellen Johnston
Mrs. Doris Maxwell
Miss Flosa Scarborough
Miss June Smith
Miss Margaret Smith
Mr. Clifton Taylor
Skills Learned Open
Up Job Opportunities
1lPhyIlis Hogan uses the ten key adding
machine trying to learn a skill that may
become useful to her later.
2lJudy Crawley learns another skill, that of
working with a computer.
3lSince many offices use a dictaphone,
many students become proficient in the
use of one. Learning this makes getting
a job much easier sometime. Josie Patter-
son is intent on improving her skill with
111 I 1
Mrs. June Cherry Mrs. Sue Jones Mrs. Joyce Keller
Mrs. Ruth Krider Mrs. Mary Miller Mrs. Annie S. Phifer
1lTo be an accurate, fast typist requires concentration on one's typing
lesson. Lupino Hicks tries to do a perfect lesson.
2lSince accurate key punch operators are in great demand, Benjy
Birmingham concentrates on the key punch machine, taking things
slowly at the beginning.
Physical Ed. Classes
Mr. Robert Beasley Mr. Leroy Holden Miss Lillian Neal
1lHivonna Stinson sets the ball up for a
play during a volleyball game in her phys-
ical education class.
2lSusan Haigler swings vigorously as she
attempts to serve the ball and make a point
for her team in volley ball.
3lSome members of the boys physical ed-
ucation watch as Paul Ellis and Mike Ellis
New to North in '72
1lMr. Robert Stone talks to the orientation
class on careers in the insurance field.
2lMr. Humanik waits impatiently for his
drivers to show up and get on the road.
3lMrs, Dianne Smith, from Southern Bell
Telephone Company, uses film to present
her program on careers to the orientation
Mr. John Cherry
X Mr. Wayne Herndon
Mrs. Ann Holland
Mr. Thomas Humanik
Miss Linda Litaker
4 it "-'Swv ,. 2 'fiQ?R1F?w
-ful-'feiz 4-vis? "
4 i .2
Courses in Three
Q w, wx ,,,E3m.:!,'.:2'Z,f 'zz , , - '-
v:,, V H ie, ,, V1 ,ter 'QT W H
K H I,-. -,Ly I Z I .t 3, if,
f -ml I
Mrs. Frances Alcala Mrs. Clara Brown
Mrs. Jean Holtzclaw Miss Azalee Wilson
1lMiss Wilson talks with one of her French class. Eni0Yff'Q The C1333 3f0f?Q with hef
classes while Jimmy Lunsford and Eddie afe Sandy Taylor, Paffy YOUHQ. MlChf39f
Lewis listen. Mosley, Lelia Jones, Janie Faires, and
2lMrs. Brown gets the interest of her Latin Gfngef Caldwell-
Two Social Studies
1lMr. McDonald, who teaches social stud-
ies, is being given a sales pitch from jun-
iors selling a cleaning compound. Doing
the selling is Anna Dale, Liz Witte, and
2lMuch of a teacher's time is spent in the
work room preparing materials for class.
Mr. Anderson is busy working on his mid-
term tests for his history classes.
Mr. Charles Anderson
Miss Johnnie Blakeney
Miss Katherine Hinson
Mr. Peter Kroll
Mr. Gerald McDonald
Mrs. Sara Miller
Mr. William Flatteree
Mr. William Ross
Miss Karen Suitt
Many Students Select
Music, Art Courses
'it' E 'fl
, If Us it tif
i x' mt It X
5 fr Z, Tig Y
5 , f I t xx
Y f "Q Z
l 1 If 1, X, Q31
if t 3 117, XX AN
1lLight reflects from the modern decoration
done by Tony Tinsley, Vonnie Bakanic and
others in their art class for the Christmas
2lWhile the orchestra provides the ac-
companyment, the Choir put into a Christ-
mas program what they had learned in
3lClass practice is imperative if the band
is to succeed. Andy Claytor, Terry Kerns,
and Alan Washam were among those play-
ing trumpet in class.
Mr. Larry Phillips Mr. Michael Pittard Mr. Otis Williams
H sisi 1,
1lPhyllis Ashford appears to enjoy practic-
ing in orchestra class.
2lConcentration is required for painting in
small areas. Annie Anderson strives for
just the right amount of paint in the right
3lTony Tinsley seems to be wrapped up
in his work. Wonder what he will call this
piece of sculpture!
1lSteve Moore is working on an experiment in
2lGail McConnell seems to find her daily lab
course in biology quite interesting. Insects make
an interesting study, anyway.
Mr. Jesse Bowers
Mr. Beverly Clayton
Mrs. Marian Cochran
Mrs. Helen Hart
Mr. Howard Hill
Mr. Louis Levi
Mr. Everette Pigg
ls Used Extensively
Mrs. Bernice Cherry Mrs. Elizabeth Flynn
Mrs. Beth Wells
1lMrs. Wells, one of the librarians, helps
Cindy Sally find some material in the li-
brary through the use of the card catalog.
2lMany classes require reference papers.
Having to read extensively before writing,
Johnny Lowe pays careful attention to what
he is reading.
Added to Curriculum
1lln horticulture class, Leonard Barringer
sees that the plants are properly cared for.
2lGet out and get under is what .lim Davis
has to do to complete this job in auto
3lMany students learn to make their own
clothing in vocational courses offered
them. Nancy Harrison seems to know what
she is doing.
Mr. William Cochran
Mr. Nathan Crawford
Mr. Blake Deal
Mrs. Shirley Deal
Mr. Orland Gabriel
Mrs. Mary Galloway
Mrs. Elizabeth Howard
Mrs. Sharon Huecker
1lMrs. Puckett shares a bit of fun with
Kenneth McCoy and Roosevelt Mozee.
2iDuring the show sponsored by the cos-
metology classes, Mary Blythe, Becky
Brown, Patsy Godbey, and Gwen Franklin
showed off their fashions in a game of
3lSusan Blythe does meticulous work in
her clothing class.
4iJill Davis listens as Goldia Black re-
ceives some instructions from her child
Mr. William Langley
Mrs. Lucille Moses
Mrs. Eleanor Puckett
.. ,, ,, ...f ,saws
Programs Planned to
Aid Many Students
1lMr. Thomas Jenkins helps his students,
Frances Parks, Dewey McConnell, and
Linda Long learn more about how to keep
2lMrs. Eloise Clarke gives individual help
to Willie Robinson while the rest of the
class do their assigned work.
3lThrough the PTA-sponsored tutorial
program, many students are receiving in-
dividual instruction. Volunteers in the
community have responded to the call and
much work is being done. Javet Wilson
receives help from a Davidson College
student, George Crowell.
Mrs. Eloise Clarke
Mr. Thomas Jenkins
Miss Juanita McRae
.tit V . si
L ,ft et
fl-if i n t
3 it 5,
of Vital importance
1lMrs. Frances Beard, cafeteria manager,
keeps busy calling in orders and checking
with the administrative office along with
her job of keeping things going on sched-
ule in the cafeteria.
2lSandy Taylor enjoys a well-balanced
lunch in the cafeteria.
3lCafeteria staff members are lSeatedj
Mrs. Hazel Barnette, Mrs. Ouida Brashear,
Mrs. Maggie Stephens, Mrs. Ruby Luns-
ford, Mrs. Mamie Yost, fStandingj Mrs.
Annie Ruth Little, Mrs. Barbara McGraw,
Mrs. Florence Ealey, Mrs. Naomi Lee, Mrs.
Alice Barts, Mrs. Virginia Dellinger, Mrs.
Margaret Childress, and Mrs. Peggy Hart.
School Maintenance an Important Service
1lSeen frequently around the school, Leon-
ard Ferrell found that his work required
plenty of time and effort.
2lMr. Hugh Deaton, school custodian, was
kept busy throughout the day, supervising
the janitorial staff and doing his own job
of maintaining the school.
3lMrs. Sudie Cornelius is a part of the jan-
itorial staff, being responsible mainly for
A, B, and C wings.
4lHelping Mrs. Cornelius was Mrs. Sara
Gabriel, who found that her time could be
used all day.
North Star Reports
1lLars Nance lets the adviser of the North
Star, Mrs. Doris Maxwell, know what he
thinks of the picture he is holding.
2lCo-editors of the North Star are Christy
Abernethy and Lars Nance.
3lUsing the hunt and peck system, Mark
Knapp tries to do his share to meet a dead-
4lRicky McCall, assisted by Mark Knapp,
proofreads the copy trying to eliminate all
NHS, Key club
Key Club, NHS Work
on Varied Projects
1lExcited and rather proud, Beverly Davis
stands tall as Mark Knapp has the honor
of tapping her in as a member of the Na-
tional Honor Society.
2lGood attendance at football games meant
plenty of trash to be scattered around the
stadium. Johnny Rusher ifrontj, Rocky
Ratteree, Alan Christian, and Don White-
side help other members of the Key Club
carry out one of their projects, cleaning
up the stadium.
3lAnother project of the Key Club is to
place flags in each of the classrooms. Ray
McKeown, president of the Key Club, se-
lects the spot for the flag to be hung as
Alan Christian puts it in position.
Aga. 5 ..
FTA Honors Student
Teachers at Reception
1iAt a reception given by the Future Teach-
ers for the student teachers, Mrs. Wells
listens alertly to another teacher as student
teacher, Mrs. Mawhinney looks over her
part of the program.
2iWhile refreshments were being served,
Mr. Strong chats with Peggy Cooke and
Mr. Cook goes back to his seat.
3lFTA president, Jackie Garrison, and one
of the advisers, Mrs. Bratton, focus their
attention on what is happening at the back
of the room during the reception.
4!Left with sticky fingers and very little
cake, Beverly Morgan serves as hostess
during the reception.
Committees Active in
Carrying Out Plans
1lMembers of the Charlotte Exchange
Student Committee interview Betsy Black-
well. They are Mrs. Jean Holtzclaw, Mr.
Orland Gabriel, Mrs. Helena Cunningham,
Wenche Flakstad, Debbie Sherwood, Mrs.
Dorothy Bratton, and Miss Linda Litaker.
2lStudent Council Audio-Committee co-
chairmen are Kathy Reid and Dottie West-
3lHouse and Grounds Committee co-chair-
men are Ray McKeown and Carol Mayes.
4lMembers of the Memorial Fund Commit-
tee are lRow 11 Carol Mayes, Sally Lawing,
Chris Witte, IROW 22 Cora Taylor, Pam
Hucks, lRow 32 David Beard, and Darryl
5lRay McKeown and Alan Christian make
up the Audio-Publicity Committee.
- Q. - -
. . .. . ..
1 - ' f
Q ii.: l I D 1
I l I I ' D .,
l.Q' x I 1 'lm'
1lDavid Kelton collects pennies for Jeff
McFarland during the Don Juan contest.
2lGail McAlister finds things amusing as
she helps serve punch at the reception
for the exchange student, Wenche Flak-
3lConnie Washam helps serve cookies as
Mrs. Holtzclaw and Pam Hucks observe the
activities at the reception sponsored by the
IRC and language clubs.
1lRosalee Williams and Liz Witte take part
in one of the French Club meetings Each
class has its own club but there is one
higher organization made up of the presi-
dents of each class club.
2lClayton Spencer receives a cake at her
going away party. Cathy Arnette presents
it for the French class before Clayton
leaves to take advantage of a scholarship
given to her.
3lSi Davis puts a lot of power behind his
kick as he, Danny Griffith, and Rusty
Douglas play in the French and Spanish
classes soccer meet.
Red Cross-Health Careers
Red Cross, Health Club Help Out
1lUnder the sponsorship of the Red Cross,
food was distributed to needy families at
Thanksgiving. Larry Puckett and Gary
Bickett help pack the food.
2lMrs. Krider, adviser of the Red Cross,
receives membership money from David
Bowles and Debbie Foster.
3lSponsoring a clean-up program one al-
ternoon was the Health Occupations Club.
Mrs. Moses, the sponsor, works right along
with the members.
4lHelping clean up the grounds is Mrs.
Moses, Gary Nance, Melinda Baxter, and
Janice Sowell, members of the Health Oc-
. , w-an
,. V kkkb fd M 4' MW" A,
ROTC Takes Part in
Many School Affairs
1lCadet Sgt. Tommy Jones leads the color
guard in practice. They presented the col-
ors before each of the home football games
and at the basketball games.
2lBecause of his leadership qualities and
performance in class, David Barbee is
promoted to TlSgt. at an ROTC assembly.
Cadet Lt. Colonel Mark Knapp makes the
3lBefore uniforms were issued, the new
members of the ROTC practice drill exer-
cises outside the school.
4lDuring the promotion ceremony, Sylvern
Whitley is promoted to Cadet Captain. Lt.
Col. Mark Knapp makes the presentation.
Aim of Viking Staff
1lBetsy Blackwell, one of the four Viking
photographers, listens as Mrs. Barfield
gives her an assignment. ln the meantime,
Connie Washam turns in some prooted
2lEditor Patti Lloyd diligently proofreads
pages of the senior directory, hoping to
finish and get it off in the afternoon mail.
3lAll year, photographers Jeff Sailstad,
Ronald Archer, and Danny Houser work
at taking pictures for the Viking, helping
other staff members meet deadlines.
, Ayr 'Q I
Q E .
1lChoosing the pictures for the introduc-
tion is an important part of the annual.
Patti Lloyd selects the pictures as Gail
Williams identifies them.
2lPatti Jo Young waits to pay for her pic-
3lAs the Viking nears completion, Monroe
Barkley, Debby Hunter, and Joyce Guinn
complete the index.
4lJoyce, along with other staff members,
takes time from lunch to sell annuals.
5lCarol St. Clair, Susan Reid, Monroe
Barkley, and Kay Humphries alphabetize
1lTwo band members found a restful place
to warm up for the Carrousel Parade.
2lKathy Reid and Ann Cox concentrate on
their performance with the Blue Notes.
3lThe Wide Wide World of Herb Alpert
brought out this formation to "The Wall
Band Members Active
in Parades, Concerts
vw' 5 gg
1lIn November, the band participated in
the ground breaking ceremony at Boys'
2lWith the sun in one's eyes at the Carrou-
sel Parade, it's no wonder Carol St. Clair
tipped her hat.
3lBlue Notes often performed during pep
rallies, adding spirit to the occasion.
4lln December, the Marching Band partic-
ipated in the Huntersville Christmas Pa-
Majo rettes-Lette rg i rls
1lNorth standard bearers stood a long time
waiting for the Carrousel Parade to begin.
2lMajorettes and lettergirls help form a
lane for football team introductions.
3lWho's attracted to whom as the band
marches down Tryon Street?
4lMarchers relax a little as they climb the
ramp to Morehead to continue their long
Variety Sparks Interest
in Choral Class
1lAccompanied by the orchestra, the choir
presented MASS IN G, sung in Latin, at
the Christmas Concert. All fine arts de-
partments participated in this program.
2lBecause of their talent and effort, a
specially chosen group, the Girl's Ensem-
ble, performs on many occasions.
3lPresenting traditional Christmas music,
the Rebel Singers helped with the Christ-
mas Concert, also.
DE Club Participaton Brings Cash, Publicity
Ni " .1
1lDE officers Peggy Cribb and Kathy Reid,
along with Meg Goodman and Jo Aber-
crombie, decorate the car being used for
the Huntersville Parade.
2lMiss Fashionette, Yvonne Brown, seems
to enjoy the prospect of riding on a motor-
cycle in the parade.
3lMr. Deal and Beth Jamieson, the DECA
Sweetheart, wait for the parade to begin.
Along with Mr, Deal is his son.
4lBernitha Reid and Cindy Mims work on
the DE exhibit at the fair. Their exhibit
won first prize, which was 3150.
Chess Club, IRC
Afford Interest Outlet
1lBrian White doesn't seem to be hurried
as he studiously plans his next move.
2lThat chess is a game requiring real pa-
tience seems to be true as David Kelton
waits for Jon Maloney to make his play.
3lDon Whiteside, having planned his
strategy, is ready to move.
4llRC president, Pam Hucks, listens atten-
tively to suggestions of members of the
club for projects.
5lLooking over her minutes, Peggy Cooke
gets ready for the IRC meeting to begin.
IRC, Chess Club
.ff 1 i sft l
Clubs Have Much Fun
1lWorking out, members of the Gymnastics
Club are iFrontj Mike Winkler, Patty
Young, Cathy Brown, Patty Nance, Susan
Sharpe, iBackj Tommie Lu Edwards, and
2lMr. Hough breaks up the fun so that
David McConnell, a Monogram Club initi-
Working on Projects
ate, can get to class on time.
3lEarl Fant and Linda Bogle do a take-off
on "Laugh-ln" with the dirty old man leer-
ing at the lady on the park bench.
4lWillie Worthy does a take-off on Flip
Wilson as he tries to arouse his congrega-
tion at the SBA f'Laugh-ln."
Civinettes Perform Civic Duties,'
Also Take Interest in Fund Raising
1lCarol Mayes, president of the Civineltes,
talks to the students before the tapping
2lMarilyn Neill smiles with pride as she
is tapped into the Civinette Club.
3lJohn Ports takes advantage of the Civi-
nette shoe shine. Carol Mayes, Linda Dav-
idson, and Sheila McNeil are busy with the
polish and brushes.
4lMarlha Cooke and Sara Washam drum
up more business for the Civinettes.
5lNancy Northcott and Peggy Cooke share
a trash can while the Civinettes are clean-
ing up the school grounds.
FBLA Wins Gold Seal
Award for Excellence
V, ll,,,, '."
1lWaiting to be installed at the officers in-
stallation ceremony are Sherry Bridges and
2lPhyllis Hogan is greeted by Major John
Belk just before Mayor Belk signed a proc-
lamation declaring Occupational Education
3lJane Pack, president of the FBLA, is
quite happy over North's club being chos-
en one of the outstanding FBLA Clubs in
America. Phyllis Hogan shows off the Gold
Seal Award given at the National FBLA
Leadership Conference in Miami Beach.
4lTo make money for the FBLA, Linda Gur-
ley and Debbie McGhee, among others,
f s w .
,ai N .2-
-S 7 . - E
fs 5 L K
1 5 :,. L
1lMrs. Joyce Keller, State FBLA Adviser,
and William Smith look over a letter from
President Nixon's office praising the North
Mecklenburg chapter for winning the Gold
2lPatty Buchanan, Pam Humphries, and
Pam Frazier work on the scrapbook for
the State Leadership Conference.
3lFBLA officers at the Installation Cere-
mony were Monroe Barkley, reporter, Rich-
ard Pearce, parliamentariang Pam Hum-
phries, historian, Pam Frazier, historian,
Vickie Martin, treasurer, Phyllis Hogan,
Cor. secretary, Sherry Bridges, rec. secre-
tary, and Jane Pack, president.
4lSince the Charlotte Motor Speedway
sponsors North's FBLA, the club often vis-
its with the race drivers. Bobby Isaacs
poses with Mrs. Joyce Keller during one
of their visits.
1lSupposed to be boxing popcorn, John
Johnson seems more interested in sam-
pling a bit of the merchandise.
2lBefore each of the football games,
members of the Booster Club met to box
popcorn to be sold at the game. Janice
Almond, Alice Ervin, Karla Summerville,
Meg Goodman, and Robin Bradford are
some of the members at work.
3lPutting up pep posters is another of the
Booster Club's projects. Pam Frazier, mak-
ing one of the posters, pauses momentarily
from her painting to share a joke with the
Booster Club Spirit
Example for Students
t"' 'f-1f2w..'x -.f,, ' f- t.'- .ffw
Booster Club Honors Two Organizations
1lAt the reception given by the Booster
Club for the football players, Mr. Hough,
as well as Robert Ranson, seems to be
amused by something Cindy Sally has said.
2lBooster Club member, Pat Caldwell,
serves Mrs. Howard at the reception given
by the club for the football players.
3lBefore the reception for the band, Ronita
Scott and Debbie Sherwood add the last
ingredients to the punch just before guests
begin to arrive.
4lMesa Osborne and Phyllis Wallace place
the cups on the table while others help
prepare for the reception.
- was l
one ,. A -eww. - Q
, K. W- 4
etgsfftifi 4 M19
xiglfsvixls , .
FFA, FHA Work to
Improve Self, School
1lFFA members made and sold the four-
dimensional tic-Iac-toe game being played
by Tim Hunter, Billy Casey, and Carl Beat-
2lMark Shook, a member of the FFA, de-
livers fruit ordered through the club. It
came straight from Florida and was sold
as one of the FFA money-making projects.
3lDottie Westmoreland, president of the
FHA, models a fake fur coat that she made
and used in competition with students from
4' I mud. K
5171! " ,wi
WI 1 ff
f M sf
kk ,px V
fl g fif-V., 43+ ,
1 1 : -
, an ' V
9 N f i'L FM if ff M? '
A .cl V. f ffgi,
f1.f"f f fx , Q
V A'. : g
Football Team Rates
Number Two, Then One
for Several Weeks
1lDennis Gray makes long yardage behind
the blocking of Dennis Barrino and William
ZITOUCHDOWN becomes a familiar signal
for the Rebels who had one of the best
seasons they had ever had.
3lMike King eludes his tacklers as he
rushes down field on a long punt return.
Both Offensive and
1lLow scores of the opposition are
attributed to North's rugged de-
fense. Some members of the defensive
team were John Potts i651 Vic Fesperman
l70j, Ricky McGraw l33i, Rick Morrow l82i,
Mike King l22J, Dale Gant i781 and Johnny
2iAnthony Alexander makes a desperation
attempt at a pass.
3iChris Ballard punts after North's offense
is temporarily held.
4lCaptains Kenny Earnhardt and Hod Ver-
ble discuss a penalty with the referee.
New Coaches Added,-
JV Team Organized
1lJV football coaches are Mr. Leroy Holden
and Mr. Jimmy Poole.
2lTheron Barrino takes command of the JV
offense against the Patriots.
3lCharlie Rivens waits for the ball on a
pass from Barrino in the game against ln-
4lHalfback David Quates attempts to pull
away from a tackler while Brad Shelby
moves in to help.
1lDuring time out, Mr. Pigg diagrams a play
to get the ball in to the man under the
2lDavid Gamble isn't quite tall enough to
outjump the Patriot player.
3!Willord Morrison makes an off balance
play trying to stop the Lions.
4!Donnie Black concentrates on getting the
ball down court.
'S o tt :-
an X ! 5
.. ..: ,Q
17 Q3 Y
ga f e,
Strive for Good Year
1lMike Pharr shoots before the Lions know
what is happening.
2lLarry Patterson dribbles down the court
against the West Charlotte Lions.
3lln mid-air, Wardell Alexander takes a
shot while fans and Frank Reid wait for
1lMike Stinson shoots for two points as
Dwight Ramseur and Theron Barrino wait
for the rebound.
2lCoach Holden gives Charlie Anderson
some advice while Jimmy Warlick and
Cedric Elden listens.
3lJeff Houston leaps high to out jump Ash-
4lDwight Ramseur holds up his hand in
order to set up a screen block.
Golf, Cross Country
1lMr. Mack Haynes returned to coaching
to take charge ofthe golf team.
2lJohnny Rusher, who had been trans-
ferred to West Charlotte, came back to
North and played on the golf team.
3lSmall in number, the cross country team,
nevertheless, put much effort in represent-
ing North well. At the starting line in prac-
tice were Melvin Thompson, Clauzell
Rhyne, Harper Latten, and Thomas Berry.
i A Y .sf r .fr
Three Wrestlers Top
Seeded in Tourney
1l.John Brown almost twists his nose out
of joint to hold his opponent. John has
been defeated only once this year.
2lRicky McGraw seems to be just seconds
away from his pin. His record is 8-2.
3lSportsmanship is a big part of wrestling.
Ricky McGraw, Steve Morton, John Brown,
and Mark Hefner shake hands with their
opponents before doing their best to defeat
' - ,
Track Team's Jumper
Goes to State Meet
1lMelvin Thompson is tough competition
in the long jump. He qualified for and
competed in the state meet.
2lGeorge McNeely puts a lot of effort in
the hurdles competition.
3lVergel Lattimore gets ready to let the
discus go in practice.
4lJim Young puts on a final effort to get
over the bar in the pole vault competition. 2
.,,v- I -X
A H .3LS'G'5
A 'Q Wifi ng 5
, 3'ij,?fLx X My
rig aQx 5
:iff if-ga , Q
.2 'K' . ,:f'b4f Q . fi:
A Q. x' 0 A '1 ' gg
1lBaseball team captains Paul Nye, Larry
Fast, and Tommy Little posed with Coaches
Beasley and Ross.
2lThe opposition hit into a double play as
Kenny Jackson waited for the ball from sec-
3lLarry Fast slid into third base and from
that position scored another run for North.
as ii -I-'fl W-its 2
-V' gin say
.A 1' . H,f,'
,gh L, V ..
Lf W fi ,
' :ssh K
. fit . ,. X4 13- i
Q ,S lt 9
wg Y t any
.4 M 1
, 1 B
- l Q1
North Wins Clark Griffith
1lDale Gant was one of North's pitchers
who expected to be back the next year with
some helpful experience.
2iGarry Fast helped account for some of
the hitting that North had in '71 that car-
ried the team to the top spot in the invita-
3iHead Coach Bill Ross had the whole play-
ing area in sight as shown by the reflection
in his glasses.
i A it
,N , . .1 'W
tw- N W jd' A f measly?
' A QQQM.
J A 5
aw-IvkHH!EiviW' f fn.
Young Baseball Team
Has Winning Season
X' x In l
, i a aa aaaa J
5 . Q,
at ahwzyaii f H
1lTommy Little, one of North's power hit-
ters, chooses to bunt the ball on this play.
2lPaul Nye, another hitter with a solid hit-
ting average, helps trounce Olympic 12-2.
3lCatcher John Summerour was right in
there with the ball on that strike.
4lPitcher Carl Goodrum was a positive fac-
tor in North's 11-8 season.
'71 Tennis Team Hold
7-6 Record for Season
1lCoach Humanik poses with captains
James McCall and Richard Hoke.
2lJimmy Fulbright stretches for a save.
3lJohn McCall demonstrates his backhand
on the return.
Q ii '
r a QM
Swimming Team Works
Out in Johnston YMCA
1lWorking on his form, Ronald Nail dives
forward from layout position.
2lLars Nance does the breast stroke in
competition against West Mecklenburg.
3lln the black trunks, Ai Webb dives in
to compete in the back stroke division.
4lSwimming tor North, Ricky Taft and
Robin Webb are off for the 100-yard free
Q,.'...1? Q-wvafmwfm -W V
1lAt a pep rally in the gym, Cheerleaders
ileft to rightl Cookie McGibony, Chris
Witte, Liz Cavin, Rhonda Burgess, Patti
Lloyd, Frieda Graham, Christy Abernethy,
Gail Williams, and Liz Witte lead the stu-
dent body in cheers before the first bas-
2lln a pep rally in the auditorium before
school one morning, Rhonda Burgess shows
a great deal of spirit.
3lCookie McGibony,' Chris Witte, Head, Liz
Caving Rhonda Burgess, and Patti Lloyd
help arouse school spirit before one of the
Squad Takes Active
Part in School Life
1lShowing her spirit and enthusiasm, Frie-
da Graham leads the student body in
2lHead cheerleader Chris Witte helps cheer
the Rebels on to victory.
3iRhonda Burgess and Patti Lloyd do their
share in keeping up spirits before the ball
Garinger 12 ................
Olympic 0 . . .
Harding 8 ....... . . .
W. Charlotte 0 ..... . . .
W. Meckelnburg 14 .. ..
East Rowan 0 .... ..
Asheville 9 .... . .
Ashbrook 6 ................
Garginer 22 .... . .
Myers Park 0 . . . . .
Olympic 27 ...
Harding 6 ....
Myers Park 0 .. ,,.
West Meck 14 .... ...
Garinger 16 .... . .
Ashbrook 22 ...............
East Meck 93 .r.. ....
W. Charlotte 81
Garinger 55 ...
East Meck. 79 .
W. Charlotte 81
Garinger 59 . ..
West Meck. 62
Harding 66 ...
Myers Park 92 .
Olympic 85 ....r. ....
Asheville 60 ....... .,..
Ashbrook 59 ..... ....
West Meck. 64
Harding 79 ....
Myers Park 82 .
Olympic 70 .... ....
Asheville 48 ....... ....
Independence 60 . . .... 53
Ashbrook 46 ..... .... 3 2
East Meck. 40 .............. 61
W. Charlotte 86 . . . . . . . 84
Garinger 51 .... .... 5 3
East Meck. 61 ..,. .... 6 9
W. Charlotte 72 . . . . . . . 83
Garinger 65 ...... .... 6 9
West Meck. 68 .. . . . . . 71
Harding 50 ..... ..,. 8 0
Myers Park 54 . . .... 59
Olympic 60 ..r. .... 8 3
Asheville 78 ..,... .... 8 3
Independence 60 . . .... 68
Ashbrook 55 ..... .... 7 5
West Meck. 70 .. . . . 77
Harding 63 ..... .. 74
Myers Park 78 . . . . 71
Olympic 54 .... .. 67
Independence 44 . . . . 55
Ashbrook 42 ..... . . 46
East Meck 40 ..........,.., North
Ashbrook 21 .... North
Garinger 36 ........ . . . North
Independence 40 North
Myers Park 41 .... .... N orth
Olympic 36 ..... North
Asheville 26 .... North
Hunter Huss 27 . . . .... North
West Meck. 27 .. North
Harding 30 ..... North
South Meck. 31 .............. North
NW Cabarrus 5 . . . . . North
NW Cabarrus 3 . . . . . North
South Meck. 8 . . North
South Meck. 0 . . North
Hunter Huss 3 . . North
East Meck 7 .. North
West Meck. 2 . . . North
Harding 5 ... North
Olympic 5 .... North
Myers Park 4 . . North
Asheville 3 . North
Ashbrook 0 ..... North
West Meck. 4 .... .. North
Independence 8 . . . . . North
Harding 4 ...... North
Asheville 3 . North
Olympic 2 .............,... North
Myers Park 2 ............... North
Griffith Invitational Tournament
Wadesboro 1 ............... North
Myers Park 3 ........,.. . . North
Asheville 2 . North
Ashbrook 1 . North
Garinger 9 . . . North
Hickory 6 ...... North
Hunter Huss 4 .. NOFTII
West Meck. 9 . . . North
Independence 4 . . . . North
Olympic 7 ......... . . . North
Harding 1 .....,..... . . . North
W. Charlotte Forfeit
In October, North's football team
ranked No. 2 in Division B and was
tied with West, the No. 1 team. Near
the end of the season, the team had
moved to the No. 1 spot in the
county and was rated No. 5 in the
The division championship
rested on the last game with Ash-
brook, which North lost, thus losing
the chance for being number one
in the division.
In cross country, with few mem-
bers on the team, it seemed hard
to come by many victories. In var-
sity basketball, a loss and then a
win seemed to set a pattern. The
season ended 6-14. JV basketball
was more successful. The team lost
only two games. They won a berth
in tournament play, and won the
Many Students Find
Success in Sports
Breaking all attendance records
with every match, the wrestling
program improved greatly. Bright
spot of the year was taking 3d
place in the Olympic tournament,
where Hefner, Brown, and McGraw
won 1st place honors.
Although North had beaten
Olympic twice in baseball, a tie at
the end of the season, called for
a toss of a coin to see which team
would advance to the playoffs.
Olympic won. North elected to go
to the Clark Griffith Invitational
Tournament. In the first game,
North won. Then came the cham-
pionship game with Myers Park
which North won 8-3. Tommy Little
was named MVP, with a .667 bat-
ln tennis, the team won 6 and lost
4. Golf was renewed after having
been dropped the year before. In
track, Melvin Thompson broke the
school record in the long jump and
placed seventh in the state. In the
process of building, the swimming
team holds a 2-3 record.
Hod Verble shows Patti Lloyd the trophy
he won for being the Most Valuable Player
in the county.
from Class Activities
1lFrom the fashion merchandising class,
several girls vied for the title of Miss
Fashionette, Yvonne Brown, with her mod
clothes and appearance, won the title.
2lFor the second year, class Queens were
chosen. Each penny donated in the name
of the contestants counted as one vote.
Those winning the titles were Linda Lee,
Senior Class Queeng Patricia Davis, Junior
Class Oueeng and Cindy McGraw, Sopho-
more Class Queen.
3lFinalists in the interviews for the summer
exchange program are Ftonita Scott, Ricky
Griffith, and Garry Bickett.
4lThis year's DECA Sweetheart is Beth
Jamieson. She will compete with girls from
other schools for the district title.
.- ew K
1lPam Humphrles was chosen to represent North Mecklenburg as its ROTC Queen
2lThroughout the years the DAR has recognized students for their outstanding crtrzen
shrp Chosen for such an honor last spring rs Phyllrs Hogan.
3lEach year some students are selected to attend Wlldacres where they enjoy fellowship
and a study of music Attending last summer were Janet Sossamon Peggy Cooke
, Y, '
1lHomecoming sponsors and escorts are
presented to the students for voting. Some
of them are lRow 11 Pam Frazier, Karen
Almond, Joan Gibson, Gail McAlister,
Brenda Lebonville, Sherrie Deese. lRow 22
escorted by Danny Myers, Ricky Edge,
Thom Garris, Steve Morton, Mike Hender-
son, and Jimmy Ward.
2lComing through the arch at the presen-
tation, Sara Robbins, escorted by Vic Fes-
perman, is given a flower by Rhonda Bur-
3lHarold Stack untangles the flowers on
the arch while Wayne Nance and Fred
Winkler look on.
Students Choose 1971
1lSurprise is registered on Christy Aber-
nethy's face as her name is called out as
the Homecoming Queen for 1971. Her es-
cort is Reggie Nixon.
2!As Christy accepts the Queen's bouquet
of roses, her emotions have to spill over.
Reggie seems to be proud of the choice
3lNow sparkling with happiness and
laughter, Christy is crowned Homecoming
Queen by last year's Queen.
4lln control once more after having been
crowned, Christy shows her complete hap-
piness in being selected Homecoming
1lAs the curtain is raised, the seventeen
Miss North Mecklenburg contestants are
presented. They are iRow 11 Chris Witte,
Brenda Lebonville, lRow 21 Frieda Graham,
Bonnie Kidd, Lovelia Weddington, Jan
Hood, Pam Hartsell, Patti Lloyd, Linda
Bennett, lRow 32 Jackie Garrison, Dewana
Carr, Cora Taylor, Ann Cox, Jennie Davis,
Joyce Moody, Linda Sherrill, and Christy
2iLast year's Queen, Jane Whisnant, offers
her congratulations to the new Queen, Patti
Lloyd, who was fifth runner-up at the Car-
3lJoyce Moody remains in the competition
as the contestants are eliminated down to
the last five.
Crowned at Pageant
1lCrowned Miss North Mecklenburg, Patti
Lloyd gets to take part in several local
parades as well as the Carrousel Parade.
2lPete Ray, MC of the beauty contest, tells
the audience something about Chris Witte,
one ofthe contestants.
3lLovelia Weddington, like all the other
contestants, comes out on the stage and
poses for the judges. They judge her on
her poise and appearance, as well as other
4iPatti Lloyd reacts quickly as the first
runner-up is announced and she realizes
she is MISS NORTH MECKLENBURG.
Bonnie Kidd and Jackie Garrison are happy
One Comes from Brazil
1lJunior Marshals were fRow 11 Mary Dale,
Carol Mayes, Susan Cline, lRow 21 Julie
Elliott, Ann Cox, lRow 31 Ray McKeown,
Peggy Cooke, Pam Hucks, lRow 41 Don
Whiteside, and V. C. Smith. These ten stu-
dents were chosen for Marshals because
their academic standings were the highest
in their class. Chief Marshals were Don
Whiteside, Carol Mayes, and V. C. Smith.
2lMarla Hungria looks over some material
she plans to use in a program for the IRC.
3lMaria Lucia Hungria is an exchange
student from Brazil. During our winter,
Maria is on vacation from her school in
ltapetininga. She will leave here in March
to return to her native land to begin school.
Maria's father is a judge, and her mother
teaches in a school for the deaf. She has
three sisters and one brother.
,., w f
Norway Sends Exchange Student
to North for Year of Study
am, ma' 'Q
5 it ww , 5
wi my ,tt-
1lWith changing expressions, Wenche
Flakestad is photographed at a club meet-
2lWenche Iprounced Venkiel Flakstad is a
foreign exchange student at North this
year. She comes from Norway and has
adapted to a new situation exceedingly
well. Students find her friendly and inter-
esting and have welcomed her into the
student body with that same attitude.
Q 'lil Y
is W? Q
Wenche lives in Oslo, where she has al-
ready graduated from senior high. She
plans to attend a special kind of college
for teacher training when she returns to
Norway. There she will probably major in
English and Norwegian.
Honored in Many Ways
1iAttending Governor's School were iRow
12 Billie Jo McCorkie, in dance: Diane
Allen, choral music, iRow 22 Lars Nance,
art, Joyce Moody, choral music: Ray
McKeown, math, fRow 31 Thom Garris, in-
strumental musicg and Ricky Triplett,
2lGloria Potts, an outstanding Black stu-
dent, is a finalist in the National Achieve-
ment Scholarship Program, which provides
scholarships for Black students.
3iChosen to represent North in competition
for the Morehead Scholarship are Lars
Nance, Robert Hanson, V. C. Smith, and
Don Whiteside. Lars was chosen as a fi-
nalist lor the four-year scholarship.
Gloria pong Lars Nance Robert Ranson
V. C. Smith Don Whiteside
Deserving Students Win Varied Honors
.q, .I , vzg
1lEach year North is represented at both
Boy's State and Girl's State. This past
summer Brenda Shinn, Marilyn Brown,
Carol Mayes, and Patti Lloyd attended
Girl's State, while Robert Ranson and
Ronnie Thornburg were at Boy's State.
2lRepresenting North at the Civitan Human
Relations Conference were Ann Cox, Carol
Mayes, V. C. Smith, and Chris Witte.
3lIn competition sponsored by the National
Council of Teachers of English, Susan
Cline was a runner-up, placing within the
top sixteen hundred from among the thous-
Students Enjoy Steak Dinner,
Dancing at Holiday Inn
1lThose people attending the Junior-Senior
Prom were served a steak dinner before
the dancing began.
2lBernard Lattimore, along with some of
his friends, seems to enjoy his dinner.
3lJames Reese, Liz Cavin, and Garry Fast
check the decorations at the wishing well,
seeing that everything was just as it should
Vergel Lattimore Charles Williams
On May 21, athletic awards were
made at the annual athletic ban-
quet. The following awards were
made: Football, Most Valuable
Player - Mike Moore, Sportsman-
ship - Byron Bailey: Basketball,
Most Valuable Player - Larry
Springs, Sportsmanship - Richard
McNeil, Swimming, Most Valuable
- Russ Patterson, Sportsmanship -
Lars Nance: Wrestling: Most Valu-
able - Mike Reid, Sportsmanship -
George McNeely: Cross Country:
Most Valuable - Melvin Thompson,
Sportsmanship - Steve Stimpson:
Track: Most Valuable - Melvin
Thompson, Sportsmanship - Vergel
Lattimore: Baseball: Most Valuable
- Paul Nye, Sportsmanship - Tom-
my Littleg Tennis: Most Valuable -
James McCall, Sportsmanship -
Coveted Awards Given
Awards at Banquet
1IChosen as STUDENT OF THE YEAR was
Vergel Lattimore. He was a member of the
Student Council Executive Committee, Key
Club, Monogram Club, French Club, Chess
Club, and the Black Human Relations
Committee. He participated in football,
basketball, and track.
2lCharles Williams was chosen for the
VIKING SERVICE AWARD. He was a mem-
ber of the Student Council Executive
Committee, Key Club, National Honor So-
ciety, IRC, Band, French Club, SBA, and
Chess Club. He was a Morehead finalist
and a National Achievement Semi-Finalist.
3I For his outstanding citizenship, David
Dorton was presented the CIVITAN CITI-
ZENSHIP AWARD. He was a member of
the Student Council, Key Club, Science
Club, National Honor Society, IRC, Band,
Blue Notes, among others. He ran in cross
country and was a Junior Marshal.
4lLeigh Bradford was chosen for the SEN-
IOR FULFILLMENT AWARD. She was a
member of the National Honor Society,
IRC, Choir, Spanish Club, Chess Club,
Booster Club, and FHA. She received an
NEDT Certificate and was a National Merit
James Fulbright: Golf: Most Valu-
able - Robert Jackson, Sports-
manship - Johnny Rusher.
Senior Athlete of the Year was
A check for S250 was presented
to the Athletic Department for lights
on the baseball field. The Mono-
gram Club gave S125 toward per-
manent benches inthe stadium.
Annual Awards Day
Mr. Clayton presented the Science Award
to Richard Withers on Awards Day.
On May 4, 1970, Awards Day was
held in the gym. At this time, stu-
dents who had excelled academi-
cally or who had participated in
contests or competed for scholar-
ships were honored. Mr. Hough
Receiving recognition were the
following: AMSA, Penny Richards,
Agriculture, Gerald Davis, A. L.
Meacham Memorial Scholarship,
Gerald Davis, The American
Award, Mabel Abernethy, Art,
Marie Ayers, Gary Alexander, Art
Scholastic Merit Winners, Marie
Ayers, Gary Alexander, James
Spears, Ralph Carpenter, Auto
Mechanics, Jerry Ellis, Band, Mike
Dresser, Betty Crocker Award,
Business, Mary Ann McAlister,
Chorus, Carol Brown, Charles Au-
trey, DAR Citizenship, Phyllis
Hogan, Distributive Education, Gail
Rowe, Drafting, Marie Ayers, En-
glish, Leigh Bradford, NCTE En-
glish, Wendy Bradfield, Leslie
Purcell, Most Valuable Staffer, Tim
Mauldin, FBLA Scholarship, Penny
Richards, French, Patsy Moore,
Leslie Purcell, FTA, Jackie Davis,
Harvard Prize Book Award, V. C.
Smith, Health Occupations, Alfreda
Reynolds, Carolyn Norris,
Helen Monahan Scholarship,
Phyllis Strube, Orchestra, Raeford
Miller, PTA County Council Schol-
arship, Sara Jane Kerns, Readerls
Digest, Leigh Bradford, SBA Schol-
arship, Gwendolyn Rivens, Paul
Anderson, Science, Richard With-
ers, Bob McAuley, John Dale, Tom
Darnell, Social Studies, Nancy
Harrison, Sara Jane Kerns, Span-
ish, Beecher Mathes, Typing, Gyp-
sy Fink, Suzanne Cobb,
Data Processing, John Dale,
Gary Canupp, Omega Psi Scholar-
ship, Vergel Lattimore, WW Amer-
ican History, Patti Lloyd, ROTC
Military Excellence, George Ben-
ton, ROTC Scholastic Award, Mark
Knapp! Sons of the American
Revolution Award, Richard Mor-
row, ROTC Outstanding Cadet,
Steven Stimpson, ROTC leader-
ship, Stanley Watkins, Home Eco-
nomics, Clydia Metcalf, Crisco,
Linda Gant McManus, Family Liv-
ing, Beth Brown, Dale Gibson,
Child Care, Sue Eubanks, Carolyn
Butler, Danforth "I Dare You,"
Madlyn Barringer, Robert McAuley,
Industrial Arts, Robert McAuley,
ICT, Ralph Edwards, Gary Norberg,
Journalism, Wendy Bradfield, Lat-
in, Beth McLeod, Key Club Schol-
arship, Vergel Lattimore, Key
Clubber, Paul Nye, North PTA
Scholarship, Paula Setzer, Law and
Management, Richard Hoke,
Mathematics, Richard Withers,
Memorial Fund Scholarship, Penny
Richard, Madlyn Barringer, Me-
chanical Drawing, Robert McAuley,
Music, Debbie Watson, Outstand-
ing Civinette, Debbie Somers, Na-
tional Achievement Scholarship
Charles Williams, Denise Williams.
1lMembers of the Senior Class Executive
Committee are fRow 11 Myraette McGibony,
Bonnie Kidd, Cora Taylor, lRow 22 Eddie
Long, and V. C. Smith, chairman.
Seniors Take on Responsibilities,
Class Make Important Decisions
2lMrs. Estelle Mott is adviser for the Senior
Entering North Mecklenburg for
their final year, the Class of '72
brought with it all the experiences
of previous years of learning as a
background for this most important
time. Through the years as under-
classmen, they had learned, ex-
plored, played, and gradually taken
on responsibilities and made de-
During this year, seniors had to
put to use all the learning they had
gathered from these experiences
to make more mature decisions
about what they would do with their
lives after high school. Many had
reached this decision in previous
years and were glad they had. Now
they were preparing themselves for
college or for a job.
Many were preparing themselves
for making a home and working,
also. All had gained mature
strength and pride in self and in
accomplishments. They could be
proud of an honest effort to do their
best, and in doing so, they had
learned much about themselves
and what they could expect in the
future. Each person had in one way
or another answered the question,
t'Who am I?"
Cynthia Jo Abercrombie
Crystal Lee Abernethy
Anthony Bernard Alexander
Carthel Eugene Alexander
Clyde Morrison Alexander
Donnie Lee Alford
Catherine Diane Allen
Frances Diane Allison
Karen Jane Almond
Annie Pearl Anderson
Cathy Ann Arnette
James Little Auten, Jr.
Joseph Daniel Bailey
Eunice Yvonne Bakanic
Betty Ruth Barkley
Van Monroe Barkley
Maxine Othalia Barksdale
Michael Lee Barnette
Susan Mae Barnette
Dennis G. Barrino
Arthur Leon Baylor
Rebecca Doe Bell
Linda Marie Bennett
George Thomas Benton
Shirley Louvenia Berry
Glenda Priscilla Bidgood
Donnie Maurice Black
Goldia Yvonne Black
Deborah Kay Blevins
William Alexander Blue, IV
James Lloyd Blythe
Susan Elizabeth Blythe
Russell Curtis Bonds
Carolyn Elizabeth Bradford
James Webster Bradford, Jr.
Barbara Jean Brawley
Linda Ann Brewer
Sherry Anne Bridges
Class of '72 First to Receive Rings as Juniors
For the first time, rings were
delivered in the spring of the
junior year. Having to check
initials to find one's ring, Di-
ane Allison and Karen Almond
had the help of Mr. Hough in
Crystal Denise Brigman
Grace Rebecca Brock
Phyllis Ann Broome
Jimmy Lee Brown
John Baxter Brown
Martha Flebecca Brown
Mary Catherine Brown
Ruth Marilyn Brown
Steve Marvin Brown
Yvonne Clydette Brown
Martha Jane Burkheardt
Carl Arnold Burris
Mary Ruth Byers
James Richard Caldwell
Paul Thomas Caldwell
Sheila Dona Caldwell
Barbara Wendell Campbell
Roy Edward Canupp, Jr.
Mary Ann Carpenter
Administrative Conference Take Place Anytime
I .... gl,
, ,Q ,L
Jerry Hunter walks back from the cafeteria
with Mr. Hurd, the assistant principal.
Dewana Artensee Carr
Craig Marion Carter
Kenneth Ray Carter
Janet Althea Casey
Candace Ann Cathey
Vicki Jean Cathey
Alice Faye Christenbury
Linda Gayle Christenbury
Paul Alan Christian
Robert Cornelius Clark
Elizabeth Denise Clarke
Andrew Gordon Claytor
Lynn Susan Cline
William Brice Cochran
Mary Kathleen Collins
Howard Dale Connell
Cathey Flegenia Connor
William Ernest Cook
Peggy Anne Cooke
Donald Wayne Cooper
Lillian Dixon Copeland
Pamela Vanita Cornelius
Ann Marie Cox
Clyde Woodrow Cox, Jr.
Emily Louise Crater
David Edward Crittenden
Elliott Donnell Crowder
Martha Elizabeth Crump
Tamara Jeanne Crump
Theresa Jane Crump
Mary Althea Dale
Linda Diann Davidson
Carol Elizabeth Davis
Jenny Ann Davis
Katherine V. Davis
Michael Allen Davis
Sammy Dekaron Davis
Sidney Young Davis
Students Enjoy Socializing during Lunch Period
Lunch time is about the longest
time a student has for socializ-
ing. Mark Hefner and David
Kerns seem to use their time
pondering over serious matters.
Alfred Floyd Denton
John Clifford Dick
Thomas Gordon Donaldson
Sharon Ann Donnell
Fred Craven Douglas
Harold Caldwell Duke
Andrew Walter Dunn
William Clark Dutton
Kenneth Davis Earnhardt
Ricky James Edge
Tommie Lu Edwards
Julie Elizabeth Elliott
Gall Hopkins prepares for the bell to ring while Roy Grissom and Stewart Griffith complete their French homework
James Delmar Endsley
William Thomas Etier
Edward Williamson Ferguson
Glenn Wallace Ferrell
William Boyd Ferrell
John Victor Fesperman, Jr.
John Jefferd Fink, Jr.
Lynn Garcia Fisher
Pamela Kay Frazier
Vernon Bryant Gabriel
Cathy Darlene Garrison
Jackie Elizabeth Garrison
Linda Carlene Garrison
Richard Lee Garrison
Joan Rebecca Gibson
Karen Drucilla Goforth
Frieda Kaye Graham
Billy Carson Greene
James Frederick Greene, Jr
Kenneth Bernard Grier
Minnie Ella Grier
Melvin Stewart Griffith
Rose Ann Grissom
Roy Henry Grissom
Kathey Ann Groce
Robert Richard Gruggett
Janet Alta Hager
Brenda Ann Hall
David Keith Hardison
Deborah Lynne Harrington
Cynthia Flhedell Harris
Grant Franklin Harris
Nancy Jean Harrison
Debra Gayle Hart
Pamela Diane Hartsell
Alva Frances Haynes
Arnold Wincer Haynes
Barry Gordon Hedrick
Mark Bennett Hefner
Gerald Allen Henderson
Raymond Michael Henderson
Edwin Mell Hicks
Robin Bell Hicks
Cynthia Janet Hill
Daryl Thomas Hipp
Phyllis Ann Hogan
Donald Keith Holbrook
Janice Carter Hood
Seniors Involved in Outside Activities, Classes
Larry Teddy Horton
Shelton Delane Howard
Deborah Elaine Hubbard
Pamela Ann Hucks
Leslie Payne Hunter
Pamela Jane Irvin
Steven Lawrence James
Elizabeth Carol Jamieson
Gary Eugene Jennings
-.Ax "' in
Cindy Hill lends a helping hand in typing student
Marilyn Brown reports to band class a little early.
Identification pictures were a
source of fun for everyone.
Shirley Moore has fun pretend-
ing she is taking a picture while
Janet Casey trims and fits Linda
Brewer's ID card.
Gary S. Jennings
Joseph Lamar Johnson
Shirley Ann Jones
Katherine Ann Kale
Anthony Parks Keith
Larry Carlson Keith
Rell Brown Kendall
Deborah Ann Kerley
Jerry Wayne Kerns
Terry Lee Kerns
Bonnie Katherine Kidd
Cathy Lynn King
H ,,l:. 4 QQIV E5
I f x 1- .,lY' .L
5 yct J zy. 1 iii '
sr i t
it ..,t.,,-an i.,
'1 Ae -'U
M 4 1 is . ff ff
tv! J .. M Y 8 .
E , th 5
Identification Pictures Source of Much Pleasure
Michael Truesdale King
John Ralph Kiser
Mark Anthony Knapp
Kathy Louise Knox
Richard Carlyle Knox
Barbara Equilla Lattimore
Brenda Ann Lebonville
Linda Elaine Lee
Martha Odessa Lee
Gary Steven Lemmons
John Elliott Lindley
Kathy Delores Little
Patti Marlene Lloyd
Eddie Lee Long
Janice Mae Long
Neal Todd Long
Shirley Kay Loudermelt
Deborah Ann Lovelace
Travis Jones Martin
Vickie Sharon Martin
Carol Harris Mayes
Susan Gail McAlister
William Randall McAuley
Charles Richard McCall
Cheryl Lynne McClure
Stephen Wayne McClure
Billie Jo McCorkle
' Raymond Brice McKeown
Elizabeth G. McLeod
Shelia Faye McNeil
Cynthia Lee Mims
Jerry Lee Mims
Joyce Laverle Moody
Deborah Elaine Mooney
Karen Esther Moore
Shirley Denise Moore
Steve Lawrence Moore
,, . .
' s .,,.,, , 1 1,
xA'. I -Q f.'-
1lBuddy Davis and Jay Whitlow enjoy chatting
in the student lounge during lunch.
2lKarl Stutts takes time during Mr. Cherry's talk
to adjust his cymbal, while Martha Crump rear-
ranges her music at the Miss North Mecklen-
Varied Interests Reflected by Class of '72
Karien Montanna Morrison
Stephen Phillip Morton
Robert Barrett Moss
Stephen Weeks Mowry, Jr.
Daniel Keith Myers
Gary Morris Nance
Lars Franklin Nance
William Donald Oliver
-v-Q-1' Elizabeth Jane Pack
Richard Graham Pearce
Darryl Hector Pearson
Ernest Wayne Peterson
Michael Darnell Pharr
Jerry Arvil Phillips
Terry Coleman Phillips
Kevin Patrick Pierce
Gloria Arsonia Potts
John Wallace Potts
Patricia Ann Puckett
Carol Ann Queen
Wilda June Raines
Seniors are attentive in assem-
bly on their first day back to
school. They were informed of
new and old rules and reminded
how important an education is
School Opening Brings Welcome Change for Seniors
Laura Jane Randall
Margaret Dianne Rankin
Robert Hunter Ranson
Milburn Duane Ratteree
Luciie Kae Rawlings
Paul Lawrence Reid
Thomas Bernard Reid
Gerald Wayne Reynolds
Michael Edward Reynolds
Anna Ruth Rice
William Eric Richardson
Mary Clare Robbins
Lee lola Robertson
Mary Ann Rodgers
Jimmy O'Brien Rudisill, Jr.
John Lewis Rusher, Ill
Mary Denise Sanders
Pamela Hope Satterfield
Steven Dale Saylor
Fred Stevenson Setzer, Ill
Tamara Zoie Sharar
David Lee Sharpe
Dena Christine Shaw
Linda Elizabeth Sherrill
Reggie Lane Sherrill
Richard Allan Sherrill
Debra Ann Sherwood
Brenda Louise Shinn
Joyce Robbin Shipp
Robin Mark Shook
Bratcher Dale Slaughter
Wanda Lucille Sloan
Billy Joseph Smith
Deborah Jean Smith
Involvement in School Politics Appeals to Seniors
Robert Tinkham campaigns for a position on the
Senior Executive Council.
Vernon Curtiss Smith
Carl Douglas Springs
Richard Charles Starling
Dale Llewellyn Stephens
James Emmett Stewart
Gary Bruce Stillwell
Clinton Flay Stines
Doreen Alyce Stinnette
Ricky Harris Stinson
Karl Vann Stutts
Daniel Faxon Summerour
Richard Conner Taft
Mark Lee Talton
Cora Elizabeth Taylor
School Spirited Students
Take Part in Pep Rally
Senior Robin Webb gets the help of junior
David Kelton ln cheering on the basketball
Timothy Dale Taylor
Pamela Ruth Thomas
Ronald Sidney Thomas
Stephen Edward Thomas
Joseph Loretz Thompson
Orville Oehler Thompson
James Ronald Thornburg
Anthony Fl. Tilson
Robert Knox Tinkham
Linda Kay Torrence
Gary James Underwood
Harley James Vea
f lag? V, S Q
.fgfw Q, H . i yw fff -
L H H. sg .-
Harold Lewis Verble
Wanda Diane Vinson
Steven William Walker
Richard Doyle Wally
Deborah Frances Ward
Jackie Raye Ward
Jimmy Monroe Ward
Teresa Ann Ward
George Andrew Warlick, IV
Jack Howell Warren
Richard Alan Washam
Roy Marshall Washam
Terry Dean Washam
Robin Neal Webb
Lovelia Denise Weddington
Dorothy A. Westmoreland
Donald Campbell Whiteside
John William Whitlow
Elizabeth Cycle Whittemore
l Cooperative Group Provides Interesting Program
Delmar Alexander Williams
Randy Eugene Williams
Deborah Lee Wilson
Theresa Ann Wilson
William Patton Wilson
Christina Ann Witte
Bruce Lee Wood
Dale Robert Wood M
Janice Carol Wood
i Willie Lee Yeargin
1 Ellen C. Zahos
During the Miss North Mecklenburg contest, while
the judges were voting, Tony Wike and Ellen Zahos
entertained with a skit.
1lSeniors along with juniors and sopho-
mores take part in a pep rally before the
2!Only a few are left as Sherry Bridges anxi-
ously looks for her senior ring, with Mr.
Hough lending a helping hand.
3lLunch time is a time of relaxation. Kevin
Pierce and Linda Sherrill find it a good
time to talk over the morning's events while
they are eating.
Mr. Beverly Clayton was adviser to the
Junior Class involvement
Strengthens School Spirit
Elected this year to serve as the Junior Class Executive Committee were Liz Cavin,
Secretary-Treasurer, Gail Williams, Liz Witte, Vice-Presidentg J. B. Grier, Presidentg
and Darrell Banks.
This year's Junior Class is a part
of all facets of life at North Meck-
lenburg. Being involved, doing the
things one wants to do, expressing
oneself the way one wishes -
these are important. Juniors were
proud to be recognized as part of
the worthwhile organizations of the
Sports meant competition, a
good way to vent stifled emotions,
a way to learn to get along with oth-
ers, to prove one's ability. Many
Juniors strive, through sports, to
bring honor to the school.
Spirit keeps the school alive, and
the Class of '72 has it. Although
there are trying times, everyone
puts forth the effort, hoping to
make the year a success.
Classes help keep the spirit
alive, also. Here each individual
can make his own contribution and
feel successful if he tries.
Times are changing, and this
year's Junior Class hopes to move
with the times to make the year one
,rt 1. ,
James Barksda e
Class Pictures Taken Seriously By Juniors
Pictures for underclasses al-
ways create confusiong how-
ever, Kim Starnes and Terry
Reid wait patiently in line to
pay Mrs. Barfield before they
face the photographer.
ln first period algebraltrig
class, John Johnson explains
his point of view to Mr. Wa-
ters, the class teacher.
,. ,wipe arms ,V A - .
,wmgsmagalxrfsyggeat W 7 a s Egg am ,
Students Given Opportunity To Think For Themselves
Debbie J. Ferrell
Debbie K. Ferrell
J. B. Grier
Cheerleader Tryouts Bring School Spirit Out ln Juniors
r,rf,,.i,,l5: V 3-
' I. b.,
l fi il , 'isis
' Q EW is
K y a 'I
i ' fi . J , if
i ' ' '- '
J wi., A 7 Zi ,Q
J. ,f af..
x it -
-fl " 7 ' is
D ., 3
' 746-Yixifiiflfilfiif 'six'
3'xf7?f'Vc3f.9l-W'9?T6'5 W1 115'-: ':::f52..
7 7 A- A - Y U-in Mm -ruywwsx
L,A.,, 'Y ,E
During cheerleader tryouts, Norgeia Cor-
nelius gave it everything she had, trying
to win a spot on the team.
Lunch time on a warm autumn
day is a good time to relax
from classes. Betsy Blackwell,
Beverly Morgan, Marilyn Neal,
Amy Irwin, and friend enjoy
Mike E. Honeycutt
I fs 5
Relaxation and Companionship Part of Junior's Day
12. be f -
ffm.. if x
YP? 1 l
iff 3 I
.f . lg 2, 1:51 . .
Some seem to daydream while
others get to work. David
McConnell and Liz Cavin
prove this as they went to the
library for research work.
Larry Th reatt
Q 1 ,
i Cm W
5' v- Debby Wright
5 Ek 4- F
g Wl Jl fig
4 , 1:1
i " it
Marilyn Neal probably thinks listening is as much
pleasure as talking. At least, she seems to be
enjoying her class.
1lMiss Linda Litaker, Sponsor
2lMrs. Ann Holland, Sponsor
3lSophomores representing their class on
the Executive Council are lFtow 11 Tina
Goodwin, Carol Witte, Diann Alexander,
lFtow 21 Legena Blue, and Elise Wilson.
Sophomores Find Niche,
Bring Vigor and Interest to School
At long last it was true . . . they
were SOPHOMORESl Never again
would they feel this same way.
Never again would they seem so
But underneaththis exterior was
a feeling of fear. Would they be
accepted? Would they find friends?
These were important questions.
Their first day was one of renew-
ing acquaintances and of meeting
new sophomores. Theirs was the
only class at school that day. This
gave them a chance to find class-
rooms and otherwise orient them-
selves. They listened to speakers
who told them about the activities
at North and who invited them to
Soon each had decided what
organizations he would enjoy and
had joined clubs. Some tried for a
cheerleader position, while others
went out for various sports. They
were helping mold the school in an
everchanging pattern, one which
would reflect the interests of the
Each had found that his work
was his own responsibility. There
was help and guidance available,
but each had to decide where his
values lay. He had to learn to put
important things first. He found that
the quicker he learned this, the
better off he would be.
It was up to the individual. He
could be whatever he wanted to be.
Mary Ellen Atwell
Sophomores Take Pride in Personal Appearance
Hairstyles being what
they are, Terri Wilson
makes sure that Jimmy
Phipps looks his best by
trying a new style.
Gary P. Gibson
Gary S. Gibson
M lalsy ftl, xylt r f ,Qt, 5
We L Q
of. 5 I
5? v K
at 1 K
3 ff .,,, Y., 'A 5 gf ff '
fm if L, if we me at
A V an
T f' if r V- Z
xg' I '
x Q s 5 iyy
Teresa Ligon takes one last look as she and
Vanessa Nantz wait for their pictures to be made.
me 'ws gi
gi ' 1
gg' A ,'
Debra Brown explains
her reason for being late
for class to Mr. Hough,
hoping that he will give
her an excused tardy
A Friendly Principal Helps Sophomores ln Distress
l A 5
- R as
' ' 'kNv..,.xJ ' 'fl .MA
,. 5 .f x . ,
fl ...J S as
Y a-.S '
C- ,gig fggigvw . i
V , . "qv :V
""i.,.. Fai fr
5 If 3 x
fx .. .. - ,,,. ,Vi
C. J. Nelson
What a pleasant ex-
pression Sherry Mea-
chem had on her face
while she was reading
ln Cold Blood on the
way to Asheville to the
'R 1 ,LA if ,sq M
it - t
5 -" if
2, - 4
1 1' 's sz' lik
' :.., ,
ii fs! ,
,ri U. V- ,
.. I f
'W " 1' ' ..
Carol St. Clair
Donnie F. Smith
J. L. Stacks
Ashley Van Hoy
.:,, ,,:. 5 L
A 4- 5 ,J M my
T'-f 5 ff
Qf' 3 f TT 'i kk '
0 , y all
if ,x K
- S aloft j
5454 4? ZF EW
VM gf? xiii'
I t FI
J 81 J GROCERY
Open 7 Days a Week
7 A.M. - 12 P.M.
"Your Patronage ls Always Appreciated at J 84 J"
BURGESS SUPPLY COMPANY
PREFINISH, PANELING, CARPET, DOORS, AND FOAM RUBBER
Route 2, Box 687
Huntersville, North Carolina
Truman W. Burgess Phone 875-2594
THE FARMER'S COMPANY
Cornelius, North Carolina
P d B D Th d
. . th k
. f '
f Vx -wf1-Mw-E-
. J Fashion S d. D t I M I L el X '
.C kiouthsil k D :K S M FLW .I S FL or. .
NORTH MECKLENBURG BANK
MONEY TALKS . BUT WE TALK TO PEOPLE
coRNELlus HUNTERSVILLE LONG CREEK
892 8046 8752963 394 5337
Me b FDIC
CARL B- TUCKER FENCE coMPANY
WWA CUCHRANE FABR'c SHOP Mallard creek church Road
5703 N. Tryon Street FENCE FOR EVERY NEED
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Charlotte, N. C. 28213
ALSO SPLIT RAIL
5954923 Joe M. Wilson
Area Code 704
Route 10, Box 329
Charlotte, N. C.
ALMOND AND SONS GROCERY
KEROSENE AND FUEL OIL
3700 Beatties Ford Road 399-5559
Home Phone 875-2475
Home Phone 875-2629
On Lake Norman lt's
YE OLE CAMP GROUND AND MARINA
for Enjoyable Camping
"THE BEST HOME AWAY FROM HOME FOR THE CAMPER"
Recreational Facilities and Equipment Available
Telephone 892-9360 CArea Code 7049 or Write R.F.D. 1942, Box 331,
Huntersville, N. C.
N. Main Street
Night and Sunday 892-8377
BARKLEY'S GROCERY AND GAS
WHOLESALE ASSOCIATES, INC. 1
6224 Wilkinson Blvd.
Charlotte, N. C. 28208
FLOWE'S GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Sewing All Types of Retail Accounts
With a Large Variety of Merchandise
CATHEY-HOYLE FUNERAL HOME
Davidson, N. C.
FARM EQUIPMENT COMPANY
6440 Derita Road Charlotte, N. C.
Quality Building Materials for Over 35 Years
308 E. Craighead Rd. 332-3972
ABERNETHY LUMBER COMPANY
Charlotte, N.C. 28206 334-7722
DAVIDSON ICE 8. FUEL COMPANY, INC.
GULF FUEL OIL, KEROSENE QUALITY COAL AND ICE
Davidson, North Carolina
COM PLIM ENTS OF
W. A. CAVIN INSURANCE AGENCY
Complete Insurance Service
Huntersville, North Carolina
tg 1 Y , 'Ji
you made lt'
1- - 7 lf 41'
An Equal Opportunity Employer
FOR A TELEPHONE INTERVIEW CALL 372-3314
T!! 1 wr 'yw' "" ?""Y"?f'gii42? W
3 5 ,, T ,f,, f 1 X
Nv,, . ,mrffzs
M-mm .,fv,f,fr , . T-,W - , ' , , ,, , 5 f f
Ag Q 1 J 5 L 1' s Y
x Q H Deir? x
K ' E3 15 ' ' 5 ' 5 X
- ,.., -V ,,., , , 1 ,
.., iJ5 5 f' I ii ' 3 A
L, 4 t
KERLEY 8. EDWARDS COMPANY
CARPETS AND CARPET CLEANING
3721 Statesville Road
Charlotte, N. C.
CROSS MOTOR COMPANY
Huntersville, N. C.
T-C CONSTRUCTION COMPANY,
REMODELING - ADDITIONS - NEW-CONSTRUCTION
P. 0. Box 26386
6437 Derita Road
Charlotte , N. C. 28213 Phone: 596-1441
MAKE IT AMERICAN
ATLAS TIRES AND BATTERIES
GOODYEAR TIRES AND BATTERIES
Road Service, Pick-Up, and Deliver
J. C. and F. H. DeARMON
II Pays 'ro Look Well!
EXPERT HAIRCUTTING -- ALL STYLES
6441-B Derita Road
DERITA PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER
Gary Carter Ken Simmons
Your Business Is Appreciafed
MCCALL CHAIR CO.
CORNELIUS, N. c.
i 'I "1
. ',,.,. ,., m A
.9 Ng. f,
,' 1 'J'lQ'j g d
0 - '- in -Ei ,x :nh
REEVES BROTHERS, INC.
Cornelius, North Carolina
4426 Northhaven Drive
GRACE'S FLOWERS 8. GIFTS
596-5332 - 596-8050
CUT FLOWERS POTTED PLANTS
EI.. II GEY I Jo
The Qllnuntrp Qbup
3130 Plaza 600 Sugar Creek Rd.
312 Trinity Road
Carl B. Roberts, Manager
CAM'S RECAPPING SERVICE
Mt. Holly 81 Huntersville Rds.
"WE USE ONLY RACING RUBBER"
Hrs. 7:30 A.M. till 7:30 P.M.
Frostings 81 Tippings - Permanents - Color - Cut
All Beauty Care
OAKDALE BEAUTY SHOP
5814 Oak Drive Charlotte, N. C. 399-7657
Sue Dotson, Teena Kistler
Lucille Wilson, Shirley McClure
CLASSES PHOTOGRAPHED BY
PORTRAITS WITH PERSONALITY
325 E. Boulevard Chorloffe, N. C.
MARY MAC'S DRESS SHOP
L d' 'R d f W
affiioil ERXNDZU' A FWEND
Mcin Street Davidson, N. C.
Mrs. Brumfield manned the camera while her assistani poses the students for their underclass
6701 Beatties Ford Road
GODLEY AUCTION CO.
RUTH'S BEAUTY SHOP
NEW AND usED TRAcToRs
AND MACHINERY Huntersville, N. C.
4918 Rozzells Ferry Road
charlotte, N. C. ONIA'S SPORTSWEAR
U . LADIES AND GIRLS READY TO WEAR
We Sell Anything-Any Where-Anytime Rt- 2, Mooresvme Highway 115
Day Phone: 399-9756 Nite Phone: 399-7609
TILLERS AND MOWERS
Phone: 399-8176 1140 Oakdale Road
Charlotte, N. C. 28216
V::-i :rf , 5,55 A.,K. fa :V 4 .,
Ill!! su if
T I C,
MAINTENANCE SUPPLY COMPANY, INC.
Huntersville, North Carolina
MANUFACTURING COMPANY Compnmenfs Of
ASPHALT EQUIPMENT DESIGNED CASHION'S FOOD MART, INC
WITH THE PAVING MAN IN MIND Cgfneliug 8, Huntersville
P. o. Box 8433
c. c. Roberts
Residential - CONSTRUCTION - Commercial
6 27 ll I
ff' ' rw- -1-EE.- WE D0 '
I-3-. 1' ,,, assi!-'S I
1 4 ,Tv-
FROM GROUND TO ROOF I
Roofing 'Gutters 81 Downspouts Carpet - I I
Concrete Work ' Bathrooms Alum. 81 Vinyl Siding
Floor And Wall Tile ' Driveways Recreation Rooms
Porch Enclosures ' Patios gttics Finished
Brick Work ' Carports arages
Storm Windows 84 Doors ' Painting Jalousies
Convenient Terms - Bank Rates
ESTIMATES GIVEN PROMPT SERVICE
If No Answer, Dial 875-1184 or 523-5474
2005 Central Avenue
THE GALLEY FISH CAMP
8. TAP' ROOM
Two Miles West of Cornelius
On Highway 73
ATLANTA HARDWOOD CORP.
WHOLESALERS as. DISTRIBUTORS OF FOREST PRODUCTS
Atlanta, GA. 30318
P. O. Box 39038
Phone: C4049 799-8305
Huntersville, N. C. 28078
P. O. Box 666
Phone: C7047 875-6581
HOUGH'S TEXACO SERVICE
Washing, Greasing, and Road Service
AII TEXACO Products
Fuel Oil and Kerosene Delivery
JOHNSON SEAHORSE OUTBOARD MOTORS
OMC 81 MERCRUISER STERNDRIVES
MARINE SUPPLIES 81 ACCESSORIES
Highway 21 Route 1, Davidson, N. C.
Mike Naramore, General Manager
Phone: 17047 892-8061 P. 0. Box 30A
NORTH MECKLENBURG FABRICS
Between Huntersville and Cornelius
Huntersville, N. C.
GROCERIES - FRESH VEGETABLES - GOOD STEAKS
Huntersville, N. C.
THE COFFEE CUP
JOHNSTON BEAUTY SALON
COMPLETE BEAUTY CARE ceo
HAIR COLORING - STYLING - SHAPING
AIR CONDITIONED DRYERS
Next to Hi-Neighbor Shopping Center
Cornelius, N. C.
6441-C De rita Road 596-5656
SUGAR CREEK GULF STATION
"SERVICE IS OUR BUSlNESS"
MECHANIC ON DUTY
516 Sugar Creek Road, West
Charlotte, N. C.
Allen Carpenter, Owner
A A if fjf
. I 4
CLAYTON'S FURNITURE COMPANY
Hwy. 115 N. Phone 875-2131
Huntersville, N. C.
We Have a Better Deal FOR YOU
K5 u 0,
NEY'S DRY CLEANERS
Our Drycleaning ls Different
You Can See lt And Feel It
WOM You TW 'U 2044 North Graham sfreef
ACCEPTING LEATHER 84 SUEDE GARMENTS
FOR THE NEW RAM LEATHER CARE
Charlotte, N. C.
ALTERATIONS 81 REPAIRS phone 372-2343
Free Storage Huntersville, N. C.
FOR THE LATEST
THE RED HANGER
Mr. Butch Doster shows sports jackets to William Blue, president
of the North Student Council Executive Committee.
CORNELIUS SAVINGS 8. LOAN ASSOCIATION
SAVE T0 BUILD- BUILD T0 SAVE
Member of Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp.
113 N. Main Street Cornelius, N. C
QUALITY CLEANING ONE-DAY SERVICE
COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE
DRAPES AND BLANKETS
CAVIN FUNERAL HOME
Member National Funeral Directors Association
AIR-CONDITIONED CHAPEL AMPLE PARKING
Huntersville, North Carolina
A Dress Shop For Ladies
And Their Daughters
2729 Gibbon Road Mildred Cowan 597-1228
Fire - Auto - Life - Casualty
HOWARD CONNELL AGENCY
Route 9, Box 129-B Charlotte, N. C. 28208
Phone: EXpress 9-5017
Phone: 399-9389 Larry L. Hough, Prop.
LARRY'S BAIT 8. TACKLE
"Gas For Less" - Beverages - Live Bait
Water Sport Equipment
N. C. 16 West at Hilltop Charlotte, N. C.
CLASS OF '72
RONALD AND PAT HARRISON 81 FAMILY
On the comer
Humefsvslie, N. c.
24 HOUR SERVICE
Midway Center - Between Cornelius - Davidson
Long - Needed Community Service Now Provided
Get cleaner, whiter, fluffier wash - done the way you would like to do
it at home - only better and cheaper
OPEN ALL DAY AND ALL NIGHT 6 DAYS A WEEK
Wash 20 Westinghouse Washers 5 Fifty-Pound Dryers DRY
2Oc Free Convenient Parking 1Oc
9 Ib, load For Ten Minutes
Storm Windows 81 Doors
E' D' BIRMINGHAM Marquees-Carports -
FIOOV Zigfgpf-iSafEIOE:QlShln8 Aluminum Screens 84 Awnings
Rt. 9, Box 210-R Phone: EX 9-9873 DER'-I-A AWNING co'
Oakdale Road Charlotte N C 6210 Derlta Road Charlotte, N. C. 28213
' ' ' Paul Jenkins Day 596-8168
CASHION Gum sERvicE
DUKE'S RADIO 81 TV
Phone: 892-9308 All Brands of Oil W. D. McRorie Route 9 Box 188
Pick-up 84 Delivery Senrice N. C. 16 at Shuffletown
P. O. Box 422 Charlotte, N. C. 28208
Main Street Bus. 392-3152 Res. 392-3541
Davidson, North Carolina
HAMILTON FURNITURE COMPANY
3608 RozzeIIe Ferry Road Charlotte, North Carolina
Telephone EX 9-5831 ond EX 9-8285
YOUR FULL SERVICE
A C s CLEAN ERS-
. '.-. g 632 SUGARCREEK Row w
. I ,.:.: .A .,,. .qq.::,:,:,:: 5 Jqr 5 :,:,: PHONE 596-0442
CLEANERS 84 LAUNDERETTE
Suede 81 Leather Cleaning
Shampoo Machines for rent
Open six QBQ days
9 Allilsl Van Linesi
BAUCOM'S TRANSFER 8. STORAGE COMPANY
I 934 N. Poplar Street
Charlotte, N. C.
Agents for ATLAS VAN LINE, INC.
World's Most Complete Moving Service
For lnformatron about admrssrons,wr1te. Drrector of Admrsslons, Davrdson College, Davidson, North Carolma 28036
LANIER AND SON
2101 Oakdale Road
MARTY'S BARBER SHOP
1124 Oakdale Road
JONES BROTHERS GROCERY
4810 Rozzelles Ferry Road
DAY N U RSERY
2900 Allen Road South
rf? gn Q
-f If f24,,gf2'l55?.:1fg1. 1 .
,. ,.. ,, .-H.,-,f .
. LC ' 1 'VK 'Hi'-'A IQQK-" 7 . 4"
fskf 1 45J4'?'f-?'J53,Qi.i if-tigFP'?,2,
I .. 1 -5 1 1' "if ' .'fi.tfr -fr.
.uma ' I.
if ,Q ,I v
1 af gf I - 1 I
' aiff?Yg2f6' Je. 3
' N-.A . I ' rr ,. l
""'-55:5ig'g:':,Qi?W -' -
, 'fi r,.f-g11.41g,4,i,ik f. ..
,.J'if,f1,,1 V22 ji'-f5g?',jf1- '1i'a:!'i5f913f
- 44. 11fi'fxy',gf,f' ,V .J
,Q i .y ,.y 1.11. 'gala' ba A . I
HE f 5 5 'f ' . 1 ss,
41:5 34 ' f, " M 2 ' 3 , "fly
,F gl 3 fy- 1 gg rg .5-g i f
f r' A,-.affgfk I
',.,,'l,f4,'- ' f ,
il.. , ,ilfigjl 5? H,
QUALITY HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS
Huntersville and Cornelius
DAVIDSON PRINTING CO., INC
THE MECKLENBURG GAZETTE
THE VILLAGE STORE
GIFTS - PAPER GOODS
Davidson, N rth C I
S . ,AA S
Rl!" ' -
CAN DO! 5
S, A um., , ,.....J
mm Pam :MN
Klwam A RQ SEMHRY
C, muy 5 RR Fi H
'sfbnn +A. Calm
N' H 9' 3- 'S lei mwxjj
It's the real thing.
CEO: lRow 13 Brenda Hall,
Jane Randall, Barbara
Brawley, Gloria Potts, Candy
Cathey, Janice Wood, Chris
Witte, Linda Lee, Vonnie
Bakanic, Brenda Lebonville.
lRow 23 Patti Lloyd, Wanda
Sloan, Pam Hartsell, Billie
Jo McCorkle, Debbie Kerley,
Janet Hager, Vicki Cathey,
Susan Cline, Cora Taylor.
tRow 33 Johnny Flusher,
Alice Christenbury, Dianne
Rankin, Mike Henderson.
Lars Nance, Steve Saylor,
Quates. lRow 43 Tamie
Sharar, Carol Mayes, Anna V
Rice, Linda Sherrill, Beth
McLeod, Christy Abernethy, 3 , 1
Joan Gibson, Brenda Shinn, 1
Donald Frye. K' 5
FUTURE TEACHERS OF
AMERICA: lRow 13 Linda
Lee, Secretary, Cynthia Lee, r
Beverly Morgan, Sara Rob-
bins, Mona Poole, lRow 23
Lynn Tesh, Julie Elliott,
Vice-President, Judy Hud- ..,,,,
son, Betsy Powers, Meg -
Hansil, Sherry Meachem. Z
tRow 33 Jackie Garrison, -:fl
President, Susan Blythe, ,
Treasurer, Elaine Hubbard, V
Peggy Cooke, and Clayton
STUDENT COUNCIL: lRow 13 Tina Goodwin,
Deborah Blevins, Cassandra Howard, Alvi Gra-
ham, Sherry Bridges, Shirley Loudermelt, Rhonda
Burgess, Liz Witte, Donna Wells, Myraette McGib'
ony, Diann Alexander, Ellen Johnson, Chris Witte,
Donna Raper, Liz Cavin, Bonnie Newton, Mr. Wil-
liam Lee, Adviser. lRow 23 Melody Pressley, Dawn
Medlin, Carol Witte, Robin Bradford, Andy Dunn,
Si Davis, Randy Hager, Ricky McGraw, Patti
Lloyd, Lars Nance, Rose Grivssom, Monica Brice,
Karen Almond, Terri Wilson, Christy Abernethy.
lRow 33 Donald Anklin, C. J. Nelson, Bonnie Kidd,
Clinton Turner, Ray McKeown, Steve Walker,
Johnny Rusher, Sally Lawing, Cora Taylor, Gail
Williams, Maxine Reid, Judy Hunter, Legena Blue,
Felicia Guess, June Brown, Sheree Renegar. lRow
43 Debbie Sherwood, Jenny Davis, Bob Currie,
William Blue, Jimmy Clarke, James Blythe, Dar-
rell Banks, Alan Christian, Don Whiteside, V. C.
Smith, Garry Fast, Marilyn Green, Donny Grier,
Peggy Cribb, Elese Wilson, and Shelton Howard.
ev I n if 'i It S1
FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS: lRow 11 Susan
Cline, Barbara Brawley, Mary Dale, Secretary.
lRow 21 Mrs. J. Holtzclaw, Adviser, Tamie
Sharar, Mary Clare Robbins, President. qRow
31 Mark Knapp, Cecil Donahue, Treasurer: John
Winkler, Bob Currie, Vice-President.
CLUB AMISTAD OFFICERS: lRow 11 Jan Hood.
Patsy Todd, Lovelia Weddington, Ellen Zahos.
fRow 21 Patti Lloyd, Pat Caldwell, Sally Law-
ing. Capri Phillips, Janet Hager. fRow 31 Su-
san Dannels, Steve Knox, Ted Barber, Donald
Frye. fFlow 41 Mike Brooks, Dean Jones, Jett
McFarland, President, and Bill Mowry.
1Row 11 Diane Allison. Pres-
ident, Patty Young, Ellen
Zahos, Ray Macintosh. Jan-
ie Faires, Karen Moore, Patti
Young. 1Row 21 Wayne Pet-
erson, Sandra Taylor, Sec-
retary: Katie Davis, Linda
Nix, David Kelton. Vice-
Presidentg Kathi Greene.
Maxine Barksdale, Mrs. C.
Brown, Adviser. fRow 31
Teddy Johnston, David
McConnell. Alan Christian.
Rell Kendall, Mesa Osborne.
Linda Thomas. Steve Kidd.
qRow 41 Dale Gant, Maurice
Honeycutt, Jon Maloney.
Treasurer, Steve Thomas.
Sandra Caldwell, Robert
Tinkham, George Warlick.
and Mrs. E, Johnston, Ad-
BLUE NOTES: lRow 15 Pam
Treasurerg Kathy Reid, Li-
brarian, Ann Cox, Graham
Smith, Bob Moss, Vice-Pres-
identg John Johnson, Ted
Barber. lRow 21 Johnny
Rusher, V. C. Smith, Don
Whiteside, Tony Wike, Paul
Reid, Mike Henderson. 1Row
31 Freddie Washam, Rick
Walker, Bill Mowry, Ricky
Griffith, Tim Taylor, Ronald
Archer, Alan Washam, Pres-
ident. qFiow 4l Doug Blythe,
Ted Fortner, David Brown,
Karl Stutts, Jeff Dail, Barry
Hedrick, Susan Reid. and
BAND-BRASS1 iRow ll Doug Blythe, Don White-
side. Alan Washam, Tony Wike, Jeff McFarland,
Jeff Dail. Graham Smith, John Johnson, Barry
Hedrick. qRow 23 Mike Peterson, Al Webb, Larry
Horton, Steve Knox, Freddie Washam, Susan
Reid, Paul Reid, Vicki Austin. Bill Ferrell. lRow
SJ Dale Sims, Danny Houser, Marilyn Brown,
Steve Black, Robert Paul. Jack Harmon, Rhonda
Mayhew, John Evans, Eddie Campbell, Melvin
Carpenter. lRow 4l Andy Claytor, Gregory Huntley,
Ricky Jackson, Sammy Davis, Gerald Brown. Tim
Stroud, Donnie Hill. Phil Gibbs. qRow 59 Dana
Pettice. Donnell Crowder, Gary Bunn, David
Kerns, Dean Jones, Eddie Baucom, Danny Grif-
lith, and Angelo Hobgood.
BAND: Liz Cavin, Martha Crump, Ted Barber,
Eddie Helms, David Kelton, Del Williams, Cas-
sandra Howard, Don Robbins, Carol St. Clair,
Bob Moss, Flay McKeown, Johnny Rusher, Ricky
Jackson, Eddie Long, Donnell Crowder, Presidentg
Ronald Nail, Tonda Long, Terry Lee Knox. Gloria
Potts, David Brown. Ronald Archer, Pam Hartsell.
Mike Henderson, Stewart Griffith, Brenda Vance,
Bill Mowry, Rick Walker, Gerald Henderson, Den-
nis Barrino, Edward McCray, Jackie Ashford, Pa-
tricia Hornbuckle, Beverly Jackson, John McCall,
Tim Taylor. Herbert Rhedrick, V. C, Smith, Ricky
Griffith, Karl Stutts, Barbara Brawley, Janice
Sowell. Joyce Hunter, Cindy Brown, Meg Hansil,
Vice-President, John Helms, Nancy Northcott, AI
Putnam, Jennifer Mcllwain, Secretary-Treasurerg
Jim Greene. Valerie Crowder, Cynthia Vaughn,
Gale Overcash, Shirley Berry, Cindy Kerns, Sarah
Washam, Wayne Peterson, Ted Fortner, Si Davis,
Steve Dove, Gary Nance, Anita Clark, Ellen John-
son, Karen Little, Mary Alexander, Rebecca Ross
Sherry Parsons, Ronita Scott, Christopher Crump
Robin Webb, Sharon Barnette, Dewana Carr
Chrisandra Robinson. June McGraw, Susan Dan
nels, Beth Smith. Jane Randall, William Cook
and Loren Greenwell.
1 Q1 ii 1
MAJORETTES: lRow 11
Mary Dale, Head. lRow 21
Cathy Garrison, Cassandra
Howard, Vonnie Bakanic.
Betsy Powers, and Beverly
ORCHESTRA: lRow 11 Diane Allen, Mary Dale,
Martha Crump, Cheryl Setzer, Gypsy Fink, Kwinia
Davis, Phyllis Ashford, Sheila McNeil, Vice'Pres-
ident. qRow 21 Tony Wike, Carolyn Bradford. Pres-
ident, Debbie Phillips, Secretary-Treasurer, Nancy
Beam, Teresa Fite, Rosemary Washam, Del Wil-
liams. Edward McCray. fRow 31 Leslie Hunter,
Becky Johnson, Karen Honeycutt. Joan Gibson.
LaRlta Alexander, Johnsie
LETTERGIRLS: fRow 11
Sara Robbins, Sarah Was-
ham, Cathy Birmingham.
Gayle Graham. fl-'flow 21
Brenda Lebonville, Jan
Hood, Kwinia Davis, Ca-
thee Brown, Joyce Moody.
Headg Rosemary Washam.
Ann Cox. Anna Dale, Pam
Hartsell, and Ellen John-
Hill, Dennis Barrrno. lRow 41 Mike Henderson,
John Johnson, Thom Garris, Larry Horton, Re'
porter, David Beard, Wayne Peterson, Mickey Fite,
Mesa Osborne. Andy Ross, and Gerald Henderson.
ART CLUB: lRow ll Vonnie
Tami Humble, Connie
Washam, Linda Garrison,
Sara Robbins, Lisa Brown.
lRow 2l Mr. Williams, Ad-
viser, Annie Anderson, Mar-
tha Burkheardt, Carol
Queen. Rebecca Bell, Sherry
Brooks, Dianne Vinson.
fRow 33 Janice Campbell,
Michael McVay, Michael
King, Glance Neal, Savan-
nah Parks. tRow 4l Dani
Summerour, James Spears,
Robin Cline, Arnold Haynes,
and Joyce Williams.
HEALTH CAREERS CLUB:
lRow 19 Mona Poole, Secre-
Smith, Debby Wright, Mar-
garet Branch, Marcia Hoke,
Shari Walls, Secretary, Mrs.
Moses, Adviser. lRow 23
Barbara Campbell, Presi-
dent: Phyllis Wallace. Lynn
Fisher, Dottie Westmore-
land. Paula Normandin,
Barksdale. lRow 3l Shelly
Stutts, Sandy Smith. Marcia
Roberts, Andy Ross, Kevin
Pierce. qRow 4l Robin Cline,
Martha Cooke, Gary Nance,
Sammy Davis, Joey Mundy,
and Barbara Lattimore.
RED CROSS: tRow tl Dena Shaw, Shirley Louder-
melt, Janice Almond, Reporter: Goldia Black.
Debra Stacks, Minnie Grier, Shelia McNeil, Sheila
Buchanan, Linda Bogie, Toni Marez, Hazel
McGee, Sara Robbins. iRow 2l Mrs. Krider, Ad-
viser, Elaine Hubbard, Pam Carr, Kwinia Davis,
Rhonda Mayhew, Belinda Stowe, Secretary, Car-
oline Conard, Amy Irwin, Pat Caldwell, Lelia
Jones, Eddie Campbell. lRow 3l Joyce Hunter,
Bernetta Reid, Deborah Foster, Kenneth Grier,
Vice-President: Tommy Caldwell, Dede Simms,
Cathy Stutts, David McConnell, Josie Patterson,
Annilesa Thompson, Alan Christian, Linda Chris-
1: :Xl 'a
li! fit: llst
5 r ,j--Wi ,tshf
1, -13 aa. , 1' ,
tenbury. fRow 47 David Bowles, Rosalind Pettis
Dewana Carr, Cynthia Hoover, Debbie Harrington
David Kerns, Rosemary Washam, Teresa Helms
James Spears, Cyle Whittemore. Samuel Carr
Donnell Crowder, Bernadine Rankin, President
Jim Caldwell, and Joey Conder.
DRAMA CLUB: lFlow1J
Kathy Reid, Vonnie Bakanic,
Ellen Zahos, M. Neill, Cas-
sandra Howard. iRow 2l
Tony Wyke, Cathee Brown,
Joyce Moody, Patricia Brad-
ford, Patti Young. lRow 3l
Mrs. Johnston, Adviser,
Susan Reid, Alan Christian,
Steve Walker, John Winkler,
Janet Hager. lRow 43 Ricky
Triplett, John McCall, Mari-
lyn Brown, Sammy Davis,
George Warlick, Robert
1l Linda Lee,
Mae Grier, Pa-
Ann Cox, Mary
Collins, Norgiea Cornelius,
Teresa Temple, Wanda
Sloan, Cathy Deal, Pam Hin-
son, Martha Crump. lRow 2l
Ann Broome, Joyce Moody,
lf' - Q . 'nw
Lynne Elliott, Teresa Hin- A 2, if
son, Sharon Ratteree, Kathy Y r 5
Pope, Diane Allen, Carolyn Q , . V 1
Bradford. iRow 3l Sherry A ii 4- F
Brooks, Clement Barringer, . , ,, T
Garry Bost, James Spears,
Steve Monteith, Rick Star- ,, ,.-'LW
5 In ,
if K2 X
ling, Garry Rhyne, Larry Fox, 5.
Joe Shuford, Gary Norris. 1 Q'
lROw 43 Mr. Pittard, Direc- .9 e-
tor, David Martin, Joe John- ,g, .
son, Cecil Donahue, Donald H
Lynch, George Kissee, Larry 7 - : i
Horton, Steve Setzer, and A -L
CHOIR: lRow ll Martha Lee, Tina Goodwin, Bren-
da Hall, Teresa Temple, Betty Biggerstaff, Cindy
James, Ashley Van Hoy, James Spears, Larry Fox,
Rick Starling, Rhonda Mayberry, Linda Hill, Min-
nie Grier, Alcla Carr, Beverly Davis, Martha
Crump, Sherry Brooks. Mr. Pittard, Director. lRow
2l Donna Wells, May Collins, Karol Work, Wanda
Sloan, Teresa Hinson, Yvonne Mitchell, Valerie
Austin, David Sharpe, Tommy Caldwell, Teddy
. A -
Fine Arts Clubs
. , 5
1, -f I "'
, .. if get
f ,W 6 iQ'A A I.
G, , , ,
, l' A . ,, gtg
' , .. f -1 . J. ., 4' '
' : ' ' - . ft
, . lf .3-it U 4 4. A -3 -
1. ' f'
-,, ia ' v . .V
. ,,,1 ' .. fr H if rg .- -. - mf
-. . Q - - .
va J Q ' - - ,
sr 1 4 X 9 Ygqx 9
-: - . ,., Miz -arent f T - 1
X ,ii it -,. if .i tw fi
r J 5 ig 3 ti I W 1? l MK ak E R
, ae f
" ': ,is K- I hui. -,.,,E..,. 'i.e
S Yi tr. ' M .. ra- - 1
-' -A 'Y f -'-' - -is
s 3 , t ,af 1 1 1:1 f
t 2 ,E ., .. .
. , gg ET D, 1 K A V, .
-. e- E , ,, , .
.Z . , ,155 44, V , , . - .. . , -Q . - - -,eff 1
. s GCE. -- +- V
Q .gf Q
54 l .
A ' ., h - 1.1-rv.-.Q-, 1- i t h ' J 'A
.l-, . ' " A A -.
Johnston, Gary Lemmons, Lupino Hicks, Missy
Howell, Karien Morrison, Patricia Davis, Peggy
Cribb, Scarlett Smith, Amy lrwin, Debbie Davis.
lRow 3l Pam Hinson, Cathy Deal, Jan Cox, Janice
Campbell, Lynn Elliott, Joe Johnson, David Mar-
tin, William Cook, Gary Norris, Eddie Robinson,
Larry Horton, Gary Nance, Mickie McKee, Janet
Hager, Kathy Canfield, Pam lrvin, Judy Hudson,
Robin Bradford, Debbie Richardson. Janet Sos-
,. 4. ,. ..
samon. iRow 4l Carolyn Bradford, Diane Allen,
Gail Shinn, Louise Crater, Janice Wood, Mary
Collins, Dale Donahue, Michael Johnston, James
Blythe, Rick Triplett, Steve Setzer, Jackie Ward,
Mac Young, Donald Lynch, Gordon Donaldson,
George Kissee, Jerry Grier, John Davidson, Peggy
Cooke, Pam Hucks, Debbie Phillips, Joyce Moody,
Anna Dale, Betsy Powers, Melinda Sprinkle, and
- Q L.
r , .,f:g,-f-.frm-,,. W- L.
,. - -
W - : .,.Q..ft1s..,+s.
CHESS CLUB: lRow ll Ray
Macintosh, Ray McKeown,
Don Robbins, Terry Lee
Knox. lRow 27 Kathy Croce,
Andy Dunn, Cindy Sally, Lee
Knox, Don Whiteside. lR0w
31 David Kelton, Vice-Pres-
ident, Danny Houser, Tony
Wyke, Jeff Blythe, Brian
White. lRow 41 Del Williams,
President, Jeff McFarland,
Jon Maloney, Treasurer, Mr.
Shaver, Adviser, and John
FUTURE FARMERS OF
AMERICA: lRow lj Teresa
Helms: Clinton Turner,
Charles Auten, Ray McClure,
Lynn Fisher, Secretary.
lRow 23 Mr. Gabriel, Adviser,
Jeff Seaford, Ray Skidmore,
Gerry Reynolds, William
Cook, President. qRow 33
Gene Massey, Anthony
Carthel Alexander, Jimmy
Stansberry, Rick Garrison.
lR0w 4l Ricky Stinson, Larry
Kidd. Reggie Sherrill, Vice-
Presidenl, Ralph Knox. and
i V .5
. ff 5
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA: qRow ll Rosa Lee Williams, Candy Cathey, Gail Setzer, Debra Stacks, Kwinia Davis,
Beverly Morgan, Myraette McGibony, Sara Robbins, Sherri l-lolshouser. qRow 25 Mrs. Huecker, Adviser, Dottie Westmoreland,
President, Rosalind Pettis, Sheila McNeil, Veranda Pyatte, Maxine Barksdale, Shirley Moore, Karen Cash, Debra Poteat.
lRow 3l Mrs, Puckett. Adviser, Rosemary Washam, Sarah Washam, Hazel McGee, Debbie Wilson, Lynn Rucker, Robbie
Kerns. Robin Webster, Cindy Dulin. qRow 4l Kathy Dunn, Vice-President, Susan Blythe, Cathy Deal, Treasurer, Yvonne,
Brown. Cynthia Hoover, Angelia Jones, Bonnie Rusher, Trudy Golorth, Teresa Boyd, and Robin Sims.
... 2 W
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS: fRow 13
Jane Pack President. qRow 23 Sherry Bridges, Recording Secretary:
Vickie Martin Treasurer qRow 33 Pam Humphries, Historian: Pam
Frazier Historian Phyllis Hogan, Corresponding Secretary. tRow
43 Richard Pearce Parliamentarian, and Monroe Barkley. Reporter.
FBLA SENIOR MEMBERS:
IRow 13 Jane Pack, Pam
Satterfield. Iola Robertson,
Theresa Crump, Sherry
Bridges, Vickie Martin. IRow
23 Cathy Garrison, Karen
Almond, Dianne Rankin.
Alice Christenbury, Becky
McConnell, Glenda Bidgood.
lRow 33 William Smith, Pam
Frazier, Monroe Barkley,
Richard Pearce, Elaine Hub-
bard, Phyllis Hogan, Mrs. J,
Keller, Adviser. tRow 43 Billy
Dutton, Don Holbrook, Steve
James, Linda Christenbury.
Pam Irvin, and Jackie Gar-
FBLA JUNIOR 8 SOPHO-
MORE MEMBERS: QROW 13
Vicky Currie, Patty Bucha-
nan, Kathy Hilton. Suzan
Earnhardt. fRow 23 Mrs. J.
Keller, Adviser: Pam Hum-
phries, Nancy Beam, Debbie
Kerr, Karen Knox, Dianne
Crump. IRow 33 Marcia
Hoke, Suzanne Cobb, Gail
Shinn, Debbie Holt, Cindy
Chavis. qRow 43 Gary Pethel,
Amy Wally, Patty Hudspeth,
Sarah Washam, Pattie Bal-
lard, and Debbie McGhee.
IRow 13 Sherry Meachem,
Myraette McGibony, Pam
Frazier, Judy Reese, Alice
Ervin, Judy Crawley. lFlow 23
Shelia McNeil, Debby
Wright, Cindy Sally, Debbie
Richardson, Carolyn Davis,
Donnie Oliver. 1Row 33
Maxine Barksdale, Patricia
Bradford, Anita Clark, Louis
McGibony, Robert Paul,
Andy Ross. fFlow 43 Sammy
Davis, Yvonne Mitchell,
Donnell Crowder, David
Gamble, Cathee Brown, and
TN '- ,
Y Q I
BUS DRIVERS, NORTH:
1R0w 13 Rick Starling, Leslie
Hunter, Dottie Westmore-
land, Lynn Fisher, Carol
Davis, Carl Springs. rFtow 23
Otis Lewis, Wayne Peterson,
Janet Casey, Elaine Moore,
Jimmy Rudisill, Ronald
Archer. IFlow 33 Ray Kemp,
J, B. Grier, Jerry L. Grier,
Ted Crown, Eddie Long.
lRow 43 Jerry Carr, Shelton
Howard, Barry Hedrick,
Jackie Freeman, Wayne
Westmoreland, and Leon
BUS DRIVERS, FEEDER SCHOOLS, SUBSTI-
TUTES: lRow 13 Linda Davidson, Linda Brewer
Marcia Hoke, Eddie Ferguson, Garry Stillwell
Donnie Oliver, Martha Burkheardt, Patricia Davis
David McConnell. 1Row 23 John Groves, Billy ourl
ton, William Cook, Darnell Whitley, Jack Kerley
Daniel McConnell, Chuck Lindley, Jim Greene,
Deb Hunter, Ronnie Thornburg. rRow 33 Mike
Davis, Anthony Alexander, Alan Washam, John
Johnson, Danny Houser, Cyle Whittemore, Brice
Cochran, Arnold Haynes, David Quates, Eddie
,.- h KV '-4.
, IJ. :
1 I r ,
Qi.,.,.., .L. '
Campbell. rFtow 43 Cecil Donahue, Jack Warren
Javet Wilson, Mickey Coppala, Mike Brooks, Wil
liam Stack. Garry Hunter, John Brown, Flay Oeh
ler, Harold Duke, Gray Brookshire, and Larry Oeh
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: lRow 13 Mrs. E.
Johnston, Adviser, Susan Cline, Mary Dale, Sec-
retary, Ray Macintosh, Julie Elliott, Janet Sos-
samon, Beverly Davis, Evelyn Gable, Marilyn
Neill, Sally Lawing. tRow 23 Clyde Alexander,
Delmar Williams, Vice-President, John Winkler,
Dave Herring, Ann Cox, Meg Hansil, Clayton
Spencer, Beth McLeod, Carol Mayes, Linda Nix,
lRow 33 V. C. Smith, Ray McKeown, Glenn Ferrell,
David Sharpe, Steve Walker, Johnny Rusher, Joan
Interest, Honor Clubs
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB: lRow 13
Belinda Stowe. Cindy Brown, Robin Bradford.
Mary Dale, Miss M. Smith, Adviser. lRow 23
Debbie Sherwood, Joan Gibson, Peggy Cooke,
Secretary, Tamie Sharar. lRow 33 Carol Mayes.
Rosemary Washam, Secretaryg Clayton Spencer,
Treasurer, John Winkler, Marilyn Brown. lRow
43 Wenche Flakstad, Elaine Hubbard, Beth
McLeod, Mary Clare Robbins, Vice-President,
Pam Hucks, President.
SCIENCE CLUB: tRow 13 Lars Nance, Ray
McKeown, Robert Ranson, Secretary-Treasurer,
Barry Robbins. lRow 23 Steve Moore, Lee Knox,
Gary Nance. lRow 33 John Winkler, Danny
Houser, Steve Walker, Delmar Williams. lRow
43 Steve Saylor, President, and Robert Tinkham,
Gibson, Lars Nance, Darlene Burgess, Andy Dunn,
Treasurer, Cecil Donahue, Bob Currie, Don White-
side, Alan Christian, President, Nancy Northcott,
Pam Hucks, Peggy Cooke, Wenche Flakstad, and
Mary Clare Robbins.
CIVINETTES: iRow 11 Jan
Hood, Brenda Lebonville,
Kwinia Davis, Gloria Potts,
Chris Witte, Cathy Arnette.
fRow 21 Anna Rice, Trea-
surer, Patty Burris, Carolyn
Bradford, Carol Mayes,
President, Sheila McNeil,
Betsy Powers, Anita Clark.
iRow 31 Tamie Sharar,
Chaplain, Barbara Brawley,
Louise Crater, Cora Taylor,
Liz Witte, Kathy Groce,
Wenche Flakstad. lRow 41
Ann Cox, Gail Williams,
Peggy Cooke, Mary Clare
Robbins, Secretary, Martha
Cooke, Vice-President, Bon-
nie Kidd, SGT.-at-Arms, and
KEY CLUB: fRow 11 David
Strong, Lars Nance, Graham
Smith, Kevin Pierce, Paul
Reid. lRow 21 Del Williams,
Chaplain, David Kerns,
Johnny Rusher, Ben Griffith,
David Crittenden, Steve
Saylor, Garry Fast. fRow 31
Ray McKeown, President,
Robin Webb, Alan Christian,
Tommy Benton, V. C. Smith,
Treasurer, Harley Vea. lRow
41 Gary Nance, Secretary,
Stewart Griffith, James
Blythe, SGT-at-Arms, Don
Whiteside, Rocky Ratteree,
Fred Douglas, and Mike
MONOGRAM CLUB: qRow 11
Lars Nance, Don Whiteside,
President, V. C. Smith, Trea-
surer, Robert Ransom. lR0w
21 O. O. Thompson, Garry
Fast, Andy Claytor, Ricky
Walker, James Blythe, Sec-
retary. iRow 31 Kenny Earn-
hardt, Vice-President, John
Brown, J. B. Grier, Kevin
Pierce, Robert Clark. iRow
41 Stewart Griffith, Dale
Gant, Rick Morrow, Joe
Cockrell, and Steve Thomas.
VIKING STAFF: tRow 13 Patti Lloyd, Editor, Gail
Williams, Connie Washam. lRow 23 Clair Pick-
ard, Kay Humphries, Jelf Sailstad, Photogra-
pher. lRow 33 Betsy Blackwell, Photographer,
Carol St. Clair, Susan Reid. iRow 43 Ronald
Archer, Photographer, Danny Houser, Photogra-
pher, and Monroe Barkley.
NORTH STAR STAFF: lRow 13 Mrs. D. Maxwell,
Adviser, Suzanne Cobb, Christy Abernethy, Co-
Editor. lRow 23 Lars Nance, Co-Editor, Bruce
Wood, Cornell Lasco. lRow 33 Mark Knapp,
Thom Garris, Photograp '
her, and Dani Sum-
INDUSTRIAL ARTS AND ENGINEERING SOCI-
ETY1 lRow 13 Neal Long, Susan Barnette, Sec-
retary, Jerry Phillips, Eddie Ferguson, Presi-
dent. lRow 23 Paul Hollar, Steve Brown, Wayne
McAuIey, Clinton Turner, Mr. W. Cochran, Ad-
viser. lRow 33 Stan Crisp, Dale Connell, Vice-
President, Robert Ranson, Treasurer. lRow 43
Ricky Taft, Leon Parker, Billy Cochran, and Gerry
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUBS
OF AMERICA: lRow 13 Beth Jamie-
son: Suzy Byers: Betty Barkley: Cindy
Mums: Mary Sanders: iRow 23 Kathy
Canlleld. Reporter: Sharon Welch:
Debbie Stevens: Kathy Reid, Presi-
dent: Debbie Cantrell: Secretary:
lRow 33 John Dick: Cheryl McClure:
Sylvia Misenheimerg Peggy Cribb.
Vice-President: tRow 43 Kelly Wil-
Iiams: Sheila Cochrane: Sue Pender:
Rhonda Auten. Historian: fRow 53
Larry Bradley: Thomas Ashley: Jerry
Shope: Ricky Honeycutt: fRow 63
Jerry Phillips: Byron McIlwain: Larry
Davis: Ronald Seymour: Mike Bar-
nette: lRow 73 William McClure:
Cheryl McClure: Tony Moorefield,
Parliamentarian: and Dale Little.
VICA-ICT, lRow 13 Ray Skidmore: Tim
Davis: Mike Rourk, Editor: Donnie
Alford: lRow 23 Bill Dixion: Douglas
Harris: Don Cooper: Ray Grindstaff:
lRow 33 Melvin Haynes: Jack Roachi
Jell Fink, Vice-President: lRow 43
Johnny Morrison, Ray Stines: Bobby
West: lRow 53 Steve Setzer, Secre-
tary. Ken Carter. Earl Moore, Presi-
dent. Larry Keith: and Gordon Don-
VICA-COSMETOLOGY: lRow 13 Deb-
orah Blevins: Dena Shaw, Secretary:
Lynn Tesh: Shirley Loudermelt: lROw
23 Sheila Caldwell, Vice-President:
Tami Crump, President: Mrs. Gallo-
way. instructor. lRow 33 Carol King:
and Kathy King,
STUDENT COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:
CRow 13 Chris Witte. Vice-President: Willie Blue.
President: Shelton Howard: Rhonda Burgess,
Secretary: CRow 23 Ricky McGraw. Garry Fast:
Cora Taylor: CRow 33 John Potts, Treasurer: and
STUDENT TASK FORCE: CRow 13 Susan Earn-
hardt, Meg Goodman, Pam Cornelius, Bonnie
Rusher: CRow 23 Debbie Phillips, Gayle Graham.
Lovelia Wecldington. Ilean Dozier: CRow 33 John
Morrison. David Beard. Ricky Griffith. Paul Reid:
CRow 43 Jerry Grier. John Winkler. and Jerry Hun-
STUDENTS FOR BLACK
ACHIEVEMENT: CRow 13
Valerie Crowder, Linda
Bogie, Debra Stacks, Sheila
McNeil, Barbara Brawley,
Secretary: CROW 23 Ellen
Johnson, Lovelia Wedding-
ton. Ilean Dozier, Parlia-
mentarian: Janet Casey.
Gail Williams: CRow 33
Myraette McGibony, Pam
Carr, Sherry Meacham:
Rosalind Pettis, Patricia
Davis: CRow 43 Ronald Nail,
Tonda Long, Cynthia
Vaughn, Cynthia Hoover,
Joyce Guinn: CRow 53 Linda
Davidson, President: Eddie
Lewis. Vice-President: Steve
Smith, Nancy Harrison.
Yvonne Mitchell: CRow 63
Jimmy Clarke. Otis Lewis,
Sammy Davis: CROW 73 Har-
rison Latter, Donnie Black,
and Doug Henderson.
Chris Witte, Headg Myraette
McGibony, Patti Lloyd,
Christy Abernethy, Rhonda
Burgess, Gail Williams, Liz
Witte, and Liz Cavin.
JV CHEERLEADERS: Maxine
Reid, Meg Goodman. Carol
Witte, Headg Dianne Alex-
ander, and Vickie Austin.
BOOSTER CLUB: fRow 'll Myraette McGibony,
Connie Washam, Debra Stacks, Debbie Richard-
son, President, Rhonda Burgess, Vice-President,
Patty Burris, Secretary, Ronita Scott, Treasurer,
Bonnie Newton, Christy Abernethy, Pat Caldwell,
Meg Goodman, Patty Young, Cathy Brown, Mrs.
Clarke, Adviser. fRow 21 Alcia Carr, John Johnson,
Ted Barber, Mary Alexander, Shirley Berry, Lov-
elia Weddington, Gina Davidson, Brenda Lebon-
ville, Belinda Stowe, Robin Bradford, Rosemary
8' IDA 0:0543
r.OI.U -'W -
-O af: r.C7 N
-, A .,
Q g"U' gash'
' 5992 P' 53
a' 'OWOEF 'S
mio - 33A
Sara Davis, Angelia Jones, Sarah Washam, Sara
Robbins, Wenche Flakstad, Patsy Todd, Mary
Ellen Atwell, Tina Goodwin. lRow 61 Bobby Bum-
garner, Ellen Johnson, Shari Walls, Goldia Black,
Darrel Banks, Karen Honeycutt, Sharon Owens,
Lynn Osborne, Jan Winecoff, fRow 73 Ronald
Thomas, Dana Pettice, David Gamble, Carl
Springs, Keith Haywood, Donnell Crowder, Javet
Wilson, Donnie Black, and Mesa Osborne.
GIFlL'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION: lRow II Miss
K, Suitt, Adviser: Pam Humphries, Patty Burris,
Cora Taylor, President, Kathy Groce, Vice-Presi-
dent, Judy Hunter, Barbara Davis. tRow 21 John-
Athletic Clubs, Team
sie Mahatha, Amy Irwin, Gale Overcash, Anita
Clark, Angelia Jones, Robbie Kerns, Fretda Knox,
Phadonia Dozier. ilflow 3l Pam Carr, Sara Davis,
Elaine Hubbard, Marilyn Neill, Clayton Spencer,
Secretary-Treasurer, Debra Stacks, Gina David-
son. iRow 43 Joyce Hunter, Rosalind Pettis, Cyn-
thia Hoover, Beth McLeod, Carol Mayes, Jan
Hood, and Wenche Flakstad.
lRow II Vonnie Bakanic,
Kevin Pierce, President:
Tommie Edwards, Vice-
President: Cheryl Set-
zer, Missy Howell, Cora
Taylor, Sheree Renegar,
Pam Humphries. 1Row 2l
Mike Winkler, Rhonda
Burgess, Gail Williams,
Fisher, Susan Sharpe,
Patty Young, Cathy
Brown. lRow 31 Eric
Hefner, Joe Cockrell,
Sidney Davis, Danny
Myers, Secretary: Billie
Jo McCorkIe, Liz Cavin,
Ricky Edge. IRow 43
Robert Ranson, Clair
Plckard, Missy Billings,
Nancy Demas, Bonnie
. , rv
A ,- I 4. .
1971 GOLF TEAM: Mr.
M. Haynes, Coach:
Johnny Rusher, Mack
Young, Robert Jackson,
Crisp, Bill Kerns, and
au , st '
1971 BASEBALL TEAM: fRow 13 Carl Goodrurri, Don Whiteside, Rusty Douglas, Mike Henderson, James Reese, Javel Wilson, Dale Ganlv Arnold
Bob McAuley, Larry Fast, Paul Nye, Tommy Little, Garry Fast, Glenn Ferrell, Jimmy Ward. iRow Sl Burris, Donald Frye, Wiliford Morrison, and Kevin
Kenny Jackson. iRow 2l Clyde Ealey, Manager, Wayne McAuley, Manager, David McConnell, Pierce, Trainer,
4, R , ,Y if V
.Q .ij , 5 N ey by ,
f in' - I . il . I
A f 1 H V3 -. f
V 5 it ' ,
,AM 3 ,V , , .Aw
, .V pt..
nom ,wiimu y A
"i'X -it 2 ur 7
1971 TENNIS TEAM: qRow 1l Craig Kuentzel,
Keith Haywood, Walter Kuentzel, Jimmy Ful-
bright, Rick Hoke. iRow 21 Mr. T. Humanik,
Coach, Ricky Taft, James McCall, Jefi Hager,
Currie, John McCall, and Karl Stutts.
"' V .Tix
1971 TRACK TEAM: iRow 1l
Dennis Barrino, Mike Ray,
George McNeely, Rick
Walker, Cecil Donahue,
fRow 23 Deythe Hope, Man-
ager, Jim Young, Jackie
Freeman, Steve Thomas,
John Potts, Jonah Barrino,
Melvin Thompson, and Mr.
W. Cochran, Coach.
WRESTLING: iRow 13 Reginald Clindon: Robbie.
Lowrance: Herbert Rhedrick: Steve Alley: Donnie
Cohder: Ronnie Conder: Freddie Washam: Larry
Wells: iRow 23 Brad Shelby: David Kerns: Ricky
Griffith: Joe Cockrell: Kevin Pierce: Clauzell
Rhyne: Ricky Edge: Charles Simmons: iRow 33
Mr. Wortman, Student Teacher Assistant: Ricky
1' A .g..,q, F K ,,,,,
, 1 'Q ' gi , , 'J xt Q L
V' : ,, -V : R, fii
A ' 1:55 , - 1 "
. V , ' in "4 R'
t K " K, K, , , . f' ical' R , 3 W f JL:
A t , ieor f
,V ' 1' , '
Q , V , I f R A
KKK K . K . K , I ,,,,.,KKK K- .. K I Kg ,KKKKKKKKKT
ff ,A-. ,t -V , . - , ,,.,L , , -e Y , -. . , - ., , . ARK-1V-fm I
' Fi f i Q K . , , x i," - ,, ' ' R ' , Vfif' fa
. H' ' ,,,' , ,,.' , V Aff" V
1 i'i' . -'
Q- ' 1 'l - " 'Z W I W' , ' il i i95W',,' :,l:, V,
.KKK if K , ' , K K it Q
' ' -V ' - ' ' t.r, , f - fl'
' .,,, i"i . , i T
v " 5 1
,. ' A ' , 7 1 ? ,S :. " ' .Q ,Qi -1 A 5 1
- H I g " 'E' I'
i ' ,V V
., K 1. f, e ,,k: . ,,.V vt.V K o,,. K, ,..,, ,.
K K V, KK .,,, P K Q K , K:
, ' R at
Q 2: ,, Y. J I' is . 2 I, ff A W
. A il, ' ",KKK,! R , I, V ,, 1'-
KK K 4 JK 4 5 A ,f LJ"-'z ..,... . s I K ,
, KK HK, Li, Q ,fgfk wg M KK
V, - fa , Xie, Qi - V V 'W . V-
K, , , K KK KKKKK
, F K , V I V,', ,
7 ,,,, . K ,X ,K ,,,,,,,.,,KKK Q gf K K. 7KKKKKeK,QKKKKQK.Kz,,,,:K33KKKf,.,KEiKKKKKK.,,KKK
' ' A 3 if f , Q 9
",, K ir' K3 MVR ,dv KK K get , K 'K
'fl R3 at f R V Rf' A ' V
'T it 'R - R it ' ' . Se, 'R l 15'
' I 1, K FY l iit,
ai., KKK, 1 . K Tim Y Q K .5 3'-f K'
A '- tt . A F A R A
-te ,,, ,, :'i'i' ' R' , , . ...Q
"' -uf ,, ,V , , w 1 'Q " '
K KK KKK K K K K' Q KK K ,sg KX . ,. , , Y,
1' . i l ' A
fs' A: at 'A if
g.g.3,- V V , A -- W H ts,
Jilin ., if .
, 'H f
ggi 'R , ,,.V- Qi'i ' A 'i', M ,... , .
- S' ,"iV ' V, '- R ' AVV.R '
' Q K,,K V-V K w I , Q1 , 5, . K ,y,,K K ' K
f., i " gfff H . Q ' - 1 R Vi , V' ff , -V it
,K if ,f if , .... - I it it K - Raj f - Q KSN WK as tt- KZK--nl'
. -' ' . 1 . ' ' , f fi -V .:. .:: - ,hx i ' 1 Q: 'V V :Z
,P ,L ,F Ki S if V V , gif , ,, ,,-.
X, . - , 5, ' 4' V
,l Q.. A f C s V , PE - ,Q V
I ' . R ,f R 5 Q ' it -as f
fig 'SM' if . g ,
- KQ' ,' A if ig'
. an A get I A 11 "
A R5 , T ' , Q. so 3' 'V' 'W H 4 E M 'N
ff V-V,- R i . A rf
is is Q K g! VVLL A K if V of
McGraw: Eric Hefner: Mark Hefner: David Crit-
tenden: Melvin Thompson: John Brown: Steve
Morton: Ronnie Clark: and Mr. Humanik, Coach.
VARSITY FOOTBALL: iRow 13
Rick Morrow, Ricky McGraw,
Hod Verble, Vic Fesperman,
John Brown, James Blythe,
John Lindley, iRow 23 Darryl
Pearson, Don Whiteside, V. C.
Smith, John Potts, Kennie
Earnhardt, David Crittenden,
Dennis Barrino, iRow 33 Brad
Shelby, Gary Fast, Chris Bal-
lard, Sonny Kissee, David
Kerns, Dale Gant, David Ander-
son, iRow 43 Stewart Griffith,
Bill Smith, Eric Richardson,
Dennis Gray, William Blue,
Anthony Alexander, iRow 53
David McConnell, Buddy Davis,
Mike King, Shelton Howard,
Mike Brooks, iRow 63 Mark
Hefner, Ricky Groce, Ricky
Edge, Bob Currie, Eric Hefner,
and Rick Walker.
JV FOOTBALL: fRow 13 Theron
Barrino, Gerald Brown, Steve
Alley, Darryl Banks, C. J. Nel-
son, Tony Beatty, Joe Cockrell,
iRow 23 Mickey McKee, John
Jetton, James Reid, Charles
Simmons, Si Davis, Jimmy
Phipps, Richard Reid, iRow 33
Ronnie Birmingham, Chris
Crump, Donald Henderson,
Charles Parker, Bill Mowry,
Gardner Brown, iRow 43 Donnie
Hill, Joey Conder, Danny Read-
ling, Mike Peterson, Cliff Black-
welder, Charlie Rivens, lRow 53
James Barringer, Mike Burton,
David Quates, Joe Brown, Eddie
Baucom, and Jeff Hammond.
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: iRow ij Wilford
Morrison, Jimmy Clarke, Ben Griffith, Carl
Springs, Donnie Black, Steve Smith, Chris
Crump, IRow 21 Coach Everette Pigg, Wardell
Alexander, David Gamble, Michael Pharr, Doug
Henderson, Larry Patteron, and Jimmy Arnold,
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: iRow 13
Charlie Anderson, Gerald Brown, Wayland Torrence,
Michael Stinson, lRow 27 Jimmy Warlick, Donald
Henderson, Cedric Elder, Ronald Whitley, IRow 33
Charles Parker, Toby Cuthbertson, Jeff Houston,
Reginald Grissom, QRow 41 Coach Leroy Holden,
Theron Barrino, Roosevelt Bankhead, Dwight Ram-
seur, and Chris Crump.
SWIM TEAM: iRow 1i Ron-
ald Nail, Gary Rhyne, Lars
Nance, Toni Maraz, Jeft
Sailstad, Alan Shropshire,
Robin Webb, Coach Peter
Krollg iRow 2i Steve Poteat,
Ricky Taft, Alan Webb, V.
C. Smith, and David Beard.
ABERCROMBIE, CYNTHIA JO
Health Careers Club 3, DECA 3, Latin
Club 1, 2.
ABERNETHY, CHRISTY LEE
Student Council 3, Spanish Club 1,
NORTH STAR Staff 2, 3, Cheerleader 1,
2, 3, Booster Club 3, CEO 3, Homecom-
ing Queen 3.
ALEXANDER, ANTHONY BERNARD
Red Cross 1, Bus Driver 2, 3, French
Club 1, SBA 1, Junior Class Executive
Committee, Football 2, 3.
ALEXANDER, CALVIN BENARD
ALEXANDER, CARTHEL EUGENE
FFA 2, 3.
ALEXANDER, CLYDE MORRISON
Student Council 2, National Honor So-
ciety 3, Latin Club 1, Homeroom Officer
ALEXANDER, PHILLIP JEROME
ALFORD, DONNIE LEE
Bus Driver 1, 2, VICA 2, 3, Track 1.
ALLEN, CATHERINE DIANE
Red Cross 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Choir
2, 3, Girls Ensemble 3, Double Octet 2,
3, Rebel Singers 1, N. C. Governor's
School -1971, "One Way Singers" 3.
ALLISON, FRANCES DIANE
Latin-Mythology Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary-
Treasurer 2, President 3, Math Club 1.
ALMOND, KAREN JANE
Latin-Mythology Club 1, Booster Club 3,
FBLA 3, Homeroom Officer 3.
ANDERSON, ANNIE PEARL
JA 1, 2, Art Club 2, 3, Assistant Secre-
tary 3, Chorus 1, 2.
ANDERSON, DAVID MITCHELL
Football 1, 2, 3.
ARMSTRONG, ANTHONY BLAIR
FFA 1, 2, 3.
ARNETTE, CATHY ANN
Student Council 3, Civinettes 2, 3,
French Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 1, Home-
room Vice-President 3.
AUSTIN, FREDRICK TOMLINSON
Red Cross 1, 2, Spanish Club 3.
AUTEN, JAMES LITTLE, JR.
BAILEY, JOSEPH DANIEL
BAKANIC, EUNICE YVONNE
Student Council 1, 2, Art Club 2, 3, Vice-
President 3, IRC 1, 2, 3, FTA 1, Band
2, Majorette 2, 3, French Club 1, 2,
Booster Club 1, 2, Drama Club 3, Gym-
nastics Club 1, 2, 3.
BAKER, THEODORE FRANKLIN
JA 1, 2, 3.
BARKLEY, BETTY RUTH
BARKLEY, VAN MONROE
Booster Club 3, FBLA 2, 3, Reporter 3,
VIKING Staff 2, 3.
BARKSDALE, MAXINE OTHALIA
Health Careers Club 3, JA 2, FHA 2, 3,
SBA 3, Homeroom Vice-President 2, 3.
BARNETTE, MICHAEL LEE
BARNETTE, SUSAN MAE
Band 1, 2, 3, IA8tES 3, Secretary.
BARRINGER, MANUEL LEONARD
BARRINO, DENNIS G.
Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 3, Football
1, 2, 3, Track 2, Wrestling 2, Homeroom
Officer 1, 3.
BAYLOR, ARTHUR LEON
Spanish Club 2, 3.
BELL, REBECCA DOE
Art Club 3, Spanish Club 1, Homeroom
Officer 2, 3.
BENNETT, LINDA MARIE
Red Cross 2, Choir 1, 2, Latin Club 2,
SBA 1, Homeroom Officer 2.
BENNETT, RICHARD ALLEN
BENTON, GEORGE THOMAS
Key Club 1, 2, 3, Class Secretary 1,
ROTC Officer 2, 3.
BERRY, SHIRLEY LOUVENIA
Band 1, 2, 3, Booster Club 3.
BIDGOOD, GLENDA PRISCILLA
Red Cross 3, Science Club 1, FHA 2,
Art Club 1, Booster Club 3, FBLA 3.
BLACK, DONNIE MAURICE
Red Cross 2, JA 3, Band 1, 2, SBA 2,
Basketball 2, 3.
BLACK, GOLDIA YVONNE
Student Council 1, Red Cross 1, 2, 3,
Choir 1, 2, JA 1, Booster Club 3.
BLEVINS, DEBORAH KAY
Student Council 3, VICA-Cosmetology 3,
Homeroom Treasurer 2, Vice-President
BLUE, WILLIAM ALEXANDER IV
Student Council 2, 3, Executive Commit-
tee President 3, Social Committee 2,
Choir 2, 3, Double Octet 2, Rebel Singers
1, Monogram Club 1, 2, Vice-President
2, Homeroom Treasurer 1, Football 1,
2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3.
BLYTHE, JAM ES LLOYD
Student Council 2, 3, Key Club 3, Sgt.
at Arms, Choir 1, 2, 3, Boys Ensemble
2, Double Octet 2, 3, Rebel Singers 1,
2, 3, Monogram Club 2, 3, Secretary 3,
Spanish Club 1, Homeroom Officer 1,
2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3.
BLYTHE, SUSAN ELIZABETH
FHA 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2, FTA 2, 3, Choir
2, Rebel Singers 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2,
Homeroom Secretary 1, Vice-President
BONDS, RUSSELL CURTIS
Key Club 3, Red Cross 1, Bus Driver 1,
2, Homeroom Treasurer 1.
BRADFORD, CAROLYN ELIZABETH
Civinettes, 2, 3, Board of Directors 3,
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2,
President 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, Girls Ensem-
ble 3, Rebel Singers 1, 2, 3, Booster
Club 1, Homeroom Vice-President 1,
BRADFORD, JAMES WEBSTER, JR.
Science Club 3, IRC 2, 3, French Club
3, Spanish Club 1, Track 1.
BRADLEY, LARRY ALMOND
BRAWLEY, BARBARA JEAN
Civinettes 2, 3, Board of Directors 3,
Band 1, 2, 3, French Club 3, SBA 2,
3, Secretary 3, CEO 3.
BREWER, LINDA ANN
Bus Driver 3, FHA 2, Rebel Singers 1.
BRIDGES, SHERRY ANNE
Student Council 1, 2, 3, Hospitality
Committee Chairman 2, JV Cheerleader
1, Booster Club 1, FBLA 2, 3, Secretary
3, Homeroom President 1, Treasurer 2,
BRIGMAN, CRYSTAL DENISE
NORTH STAR Staff 1, Booster Club 2.
BROCK, GRACE REBECCA
Red Cross 1, GAA 2, Spirit Club 2.
BROOME, PHYLLIS ANN
Choir 1, 2, Girls Ensemble 3.
BROWN, JIMMY LEE
BROWN, JOHN BAXTER
Monogram Club 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3,
Wrestling 1, 2, 3.
BROWN, MARTHA REBECCA
Bus Driver 2, VICA 3, Girls Drill Team
BROWN, MARY CATHERINE
Red Cross 1, Band 3, Lettergirl 2, 3,
Choir 1, 2, Girls Ensemble 2, Rebel
Singers 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Booster
Club 1, 2, 3, Homeroom Officer 1.
BROWN, RUTH MARILYN
Red Cross 3, IRC 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Spanish
Club 3, Booster Club 3, Drama Club 3,
BROWN, STEVE MARVIN
Red Cross 1, 2, Homeroom Officer 3,
IA8.ES 2, 3.
BROWN, YVONNE CLYDETTE
Student Council 1, FHA 2, 3, French Club
2, 3, Homeroom President 1, Certificate
in Home Economics 2, Miss North
Mecklenburg Fashionette 3.
BRYANT, RODNEY THOMAS
DECA 2, FFA 2, Homeroom Officer 3.
BURGESS, SYLVIA DARLENE
National Honor Society 3, FTA 2, French
Club 2, Library AV 1, 2, Vice-President
2, Beta Club 2, Junior-Senior Steering
BURKHEARDT, MARTHA JANE
Red Cross 2, President, Bus Driver 2,
3, Art Club 2, 3, Gymnastics Club 1, 2,
3, Art Scholarship to Davidson College.
BURRELL, JAM ES
BURRIS, CARL ARNOLD
Baseball 2, 3.
BURTON, GAVIN LEWIS
Bus Driver 2, VICA 2.
BYERS, MARY RUTH
CALDWELL, JAMES RICHARD
Red Cross 3.
CALDWELL, PAUL THOMAS
Red Cross 3, Choir 2, 3, Boys Ensemble
1,2, Double Octet 2, 3, Rebel Singers
1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Golf 2, 3.
CALDWELL, RONNY JOE
CALDWELL, SHELIA DONA
VICA-Cosmetology 3, Band 1, 2, 3.
CAMPBELL, BARBARA WENDELL
Health Careers Club 2, 3, Vice-President
2, President 3, VIKING Staff 2.
DECA 3, JA 3, FHA 1, Art Club 2, 3,
Choir 2, 3, Girls Ensemble 2, 3, Rebel
Singers 2, 3.
DECA 3, Choir 2, 3, Rebel Singers 1.
CANUPP, ROY EDWARD, JR.
CARR, JERRY JUNIOR
CARR, DEWANA ARTENSEE
Red Cross 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Lettergirl
1, SBA 1, 2, GAA 1.
CARTER, CRAIG MARION
CARTER, KENNETH RAY
VICA 2, 3.
CASEY, JANET ALTHEA
Scrapbook Committee 2, JA 1, Bus
Driver 3, Choir 1, 2, SBA 2, 3.
CATHEY, CANDICE ANN
FHA 1, 2, 3, FTA 2, Spanish Club 1,
2, CEO 3, Homeroom Officer 2.
CATHEY, VICKI JEAN
Red Cross 2, French Club 1, GAA 1, 2,
Homeroom Officer 1.
CHRISTENBURY, ALICE FAYE
Red Cross 1, FHA 1, FTA 3, Latin Club
1, FBLA 3.
CHRISTENBURY, LINDA GAYLE
Student Council 2, Red Cross 3, Latin
Club 1, Homeroom President 2, FBLA
CHRISTIAN, PAUL ALAN
Student Council 3, Audio-Publicity
Committee 3, Key Club 2, 3, National
Honor Society 2, 3, President 3, IRC 2,
Band 1, French Club 1, Red Cross 1,
2, 3, Drama Club 3, Latin-Mythology Club
3, Football 1.
CLARK, ROBERT CORNELIUS
Monogram Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 1,
2, 3, Latin Club 1, Football 1, Basketball
1, Track 1, 2, 3.
CLARKE, ELIZABETH DENISE
JA 2, Choir 1, SBA 1.
CLAYTOR, ANDREW GORDON
Red Cross 1, Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra
2, Monogram Club 2, 3, French Club 3,
Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Homeroom Treasurer
1, Cross Country 1, 2, Swimming 1, 2,
CLINE, LYNN SUSAN
National Honor Society 2, 3, French Club
2, 3, Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 3,
Junior Marshal, NEDT Award 1, NCTE
Award 3, French Award 2.
COCHRAN, WILLIAM BRICE
Key Club 2, 3, Bus Driver 1, 2, 3, lA8tES
COLLINS, MARY KATHLEEN
Choir 2, 3, Girls Ensemble 3, Rebel
Singers 1,2,3, Booster Club 1.
CONNELL, HOWARD DALE
IA8tES 1, Vice-President.
COOK, WILLIAM ERNEST
Bus Driver 3, FFA 1, 2, 3, President 3,
Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, Choir 3,
Rebel Singers 3, Spanish Club 1, 2.
COOKE, PEGGY ANNE
Civinettes 2, 3, National Honor Society
2, 3, IRS 2, 3, Secretary 3, FTA 3, Choir
1, 2, 3, Rebel Singers 1, 2, 3, French
Club 1, 2, 3, Junior Marshal, Wildacres
COOPER, DONALD WAYNE
VICA 2, 3, Red Cross 1.
COPELAND, LILLIAN DIXON
JA 1, Red Cross 1, Choir 1, Girls Ensem-
ble 1, Rebel Singers 1, 2, Homeroom
Vice-President 1, Booster Club 1, Sub-
CORNELIUS, PAMELA VANITA
VICA-Cosmetology 3, Choir 3, Girls En-
semble 3, JV Cheerleader 1.
COWAN, LEONARD HERMAN
DECA 3, Wrestling 1, 2, 3.
COX, ANN MARIE
Student Council 1, 2, Civinettes 2, 3,
National Honor Society 2, 3, Blue Notes
3, Lettergirl 2, 3, Choir 2, Girls En-
semble 2, 3, Rebel Singers 2, French
Club 1, 2, 3, Class Officer 1, Homeroom
Officer 2, 3, Junior Marshal, Civitan
COX, CLYDE WOODROW, JR.
CRATER, EMILY LOUISE
Civinettes 2, 3, IRC 1, Choir 3, Girls En-
semble 1, 2, Rebel Singers 2, 3, French
Club 2, 3, Vice-President 3.
CRITTENDEN, DAVID EDWARD
Student Council 2, Elections Committee
2, Red Cross 3, Homeroom Treasurer 1,
President 2, Football 3, Wrestling 2, 3,
Key Club 2, 3.
CROWDER, ELLIOTT DONNELL
JA 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, President 3,
Spanish Club 1, SBA 1, Booster Club
2, 3, Drum Major 3, Red Cross 1, 2, 3.
CRUMP, MARTHA ELIZABETH
Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, Accompa-
nist, Choir, Ensembles, Octet, and Rebel
Singers, Wildacres Representative.
CRUMP, TAMARA JEANNE
VICA-Cosmetology 3, President.
CRUMP, THERESA JANE
Art Club 1, FBLA 3.
CUTHBERTSON, WILLIAM EDWARD
DALE, MARY ALTHEA
National Honor Society, 2, 3, Secretary
3, FHA 1, IRC 2, 3, Majorette 2, 3, Head
3, Orchestra 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, 3,
Secretary 3, Booster Club 1, 2, Junior
Marshal, Math Club 1, Campus Lite 1,
DAVIDSON, LINDA DIANN
Civinettes 2, 3, Board of Directors 3,
Bus Driver 3, Choir 1, 2, Latin Club 1,
2, SBA 2.3, President 3.
DAVIS, CAROL ELIZABETH
Bus Driver 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, Booster
Club 1, Math Club 1.
DAVIS, DERRICK FLINT
DAVIS, JENNY ANN
Student Council 3, Hospitality Commit-
tee 3, Booster Club 1, Homeroom Sec-
retary-Treasurer 1, President 3.
DAVIS, KATHERINE V.
Latin-Mythology Club 1, 2, 3.
DAVIS, LARRY DONNELL
DECA 3, Choir 1, 2, 3.
DAVIS, SAMMIE LEE
DAVIS, SAMMY DEKARON
Health Careers Club 2, 3, JA 2, 3, Band
1, 2, 3, French Club 3, SBA 3, Booster
Club 1, 2, 3.
DAVIS, SIDNEY YOUNG
Student Council 3, Bus Driver 1, 2,
Homeroom President 3, Football 3.
DENTON, ALFRED FLOYD
Student Council 1, Bus Driver 2, Home-
room President 1, Bus Drivers Award 2.
DICK, JOHN CLIFFORD
DONALDSON, THOMAS GORDON
VICA 3, Choir 2, 3.
DOUGLAS, FRED CRAVEN, JR.
Key Club 2, 3, Board of Directors 3,
French Club 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3.
DUKE, HAROLD CALDWELL
Student Council 1, Bus Driver 1, 2, 3,
French Club 1, Homeroom President 1,
FBLA, ROTC Lieutenant 3.
DUNLAP, LEROY L.
DUNN, ANDREW WALTER
Student Council 2, 3, Red Cross 1, Na-
tional Honor Society 2, 3, Spanish Club
1, Chess Club 3, Homeroom President
2, 3, Swimming 2, Football Manager 2.
DUTTON, WILLIAM C.
Bus Driver 2, 3, FBLA 3.
EARNHARDT, KENNIE DAVIS
Student Council 2, FFA 2, Monogram
Club 2, 3, Homeroom President 2, Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 2.
EDWARDS, TOMMIE LU
Red Cross 1, Booster Club 1, GAA 1,
Gymnastics Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President
ELLIOTT, JULIE ELIZABETH
FTA 1, 2, Vice-President 3, FBLA 2,
Spanish Club 1, Spanish Award 1, Na-
tional Honor Society 2, Junior Marshal,
Gymnastics Club 3.
ENDSLEY, JAMES DELMAR
FANT, EARL REGINALD
JA 2, 3, ROTC Cadet Staff Sgt. 3.
FERGUSON, EDWARD WILLIAMSON
Bus Driver 1, 2, 3, Industrial Arts Award
2, lA8tES 2, 3.
FEREE, JAMES WALTER, JR.
Red Cross 1, 2, JA 2, VICA 2, 3.
FERRELL, GLENN WALLACE
National Honor Society 2, 3, French Club
1, 2, Basketball 1, Baseball 2, 3, '70
N. C. General Assembly Page.
FERRELL, WILLIAM BOYD
Band 1, 2, 3, Blue Notes 1, 2, 3, Latin
Club 1, Homeroom Officer 3, ROTC
Cadet Major 1, 2, 3.
FESPERMAN, JOHN VICTOR, JR.
FINK, JOHN JEFFERD, JR.
VICA 2, 3.
FISHER, LYNN GARCIA
Health Careers Club 3, Red Cross 1, Bus
Driver 2, 3, FFA 2, 3, Secretary 3, Latin
Club 1, 2, GAA 1, Homeroom Secretary
Charlotte Exchange Student from Nor-
way, Civinettes 3, National Honor So-
ciety 3, IRC 3, Booster Club 3, GAA 3.
FRAZIER, PAMELA KAY
FBLA 2, 3, Historian 3, Homeroom Vice-
FRYE, ROBERT DONALD II
Basketball 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, CEO 3,
Hi-Y 1, Spanish Club 2, 3.
Red Cross 1, Bus Driver 2, Band 1, 2,
3, Track 3.
Red Cross 1, JA 1, Art Club 1, Basketball
1, 2, 3.
GARRIS, THOMAS DOUGLAS
Science Club 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3,
Latin Club 1, 2, NORTH STAR Staff 2,
3, Chess Club 2, 3, Swimming 2.
GARRISON, CATHY DARLENE
Student Council 1, Majorette 2, 3,
Booster Club 2, 3, FBLA 2, 3, Homeroom
GARRISON, JACKIE ELIZABETH
Student Council 2, FHA 2, FTA 1, 2, 3,
French Club 1, GAA 1, FBLA 2, 3, Home-
room President 2, Future Teachers
GARRISON, RICHARD LEE
FFA 3, Choir 1, Spanish Club 3.
GIBSON, JOAN REBECCA
National Honor Society 3, IRC 1, 2, 3,
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Librarian 2, Spanish
Club 1, 2, Booster Club 2, Homeroom
Secretary-Treasurer 1, Secretary 2,
NCTE Award, CEO, Campus Life 1, 2,
GOFORTH, KAREN DRUCILLA
FTA 2, Secretary, Spanish Club 3, Span-
ish I Award.
GRAHAM, FRIEDA KAYE
Student Council 2, 3, Civinettes 1, 2,
3, Choir 2, 3, Girls Ensemble 2, 3, Rebel
Singers 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, SBA 1,
2, 3, Varsity Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Belk
Teen Board 3, Booster Club 3.
GRAHAM, ROBERT EUGENE
GREENE, BILLY CARSON
Health Careers Club 3, Red Cross 1, FFA
2, Art Club 2, Choir 1, 2, Rebel Singers
GREENE, JAMES FREDERICK, JR.
JA 1, Bus Driver 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3,
Spanish Club 3, Chess Club 2, Track 1,
2, Wrestling 1, 2.
GRIER, KENNETH BERNARD
Red Cross 3, Choir 3, Rebel Singers f,
2, SBA 3, ROTC Cadet Captain 1, 2, 3.
GRIER, MINNIE ELLA
Health Careers Club 1, Red Cross 2, 3,
Choir 1, 2, 3, Girls Ensemble 1, 2, 3,
Rebel Singers 1, 2, 3, Homeroom Secre-
tary 1, Math Club 1.
GRIFFITH , MELVIN STEWART
Key Club 2, 3, Bus Driver 1, 2, 3, Band
1, 2, 3, Monogram Club 2, 3, French
Club 3, Homeroom Secretary 1, Football
1, 2, 3, Wrestling 2.
Band 1, 2, 3, French Club 3, Homeroom
President 2, Vice-President 3, Student
Council 2, 3.
GROVES, JOHN FRANKLIN
Bus Driver 1, 2, 3, FFA 1, 2, 3.
GRUGGETT, ROBERT RICHARD
DECA 2, 3.
GUINN, JOYCE JACQUELINE
Student Council 1, 2, Red Cross 1, 2,
JA 1, 2, Choir 1, Rebel Singers 1, SBA
1, 2, 3, Booster Club 1, GAA 1, 2, VIKING
Staff 2, 3, Homeroom Vice-President 1,
Secretary 2, 3.
HAGER, JANET ALTA
Choir 1, 2, 3, Double Octet 2, Rebel
Singers 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, Drama
Award 2, Drama Club 1, 3, Thespians
HALL, BRENDA ANN
Red Cross 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, Girls En-
semble 2, Rebel Singers 2, 3, Homeroom
Vice-President 2, CEO 3.
HARDISON, DAVID KEITH
HARRINGTON, DEBORAH LYNNE
Red Cross 3, Choir 2, Rebel Singers 1,2,
Homeroom Officer 1.
HARRIS, CYNTHIA RHEDELL
HARRIS, GRANT FRANKLIN
Spanish Club 1, Booster Club 2.
HARRISON, NANCY JEAN
Red Cross 2, FHA 2, 3, Secretary 3:
French Club 1, SBA 1, 2, 3, Homeroom
Officer 2, History Award, CEO 3.
HART, DEBRA GAYLE
Health Careers Club 2, Booster Club 2,
Girls Ensemble 3, Rebel Singers 1, 2,
Latin Club 1.
HARTSELL, PAMELA DIANE
Student Council 1, Band 1, 2, 3, Blue
Notes 1, 2, 3, Lettergirl 2, 3, Orchestra
2, Homeroom President 1, Human Rela-
tions Committee 1, 2, 3, CEO 3, Miss
North Mecklenburg Pageant 3.
HAYNES, ALVA FRANCES
HAYNES, ARNOLD WINCER
Bus Driver 2, 3, Art Club 2, 3.
HEDRICK, BARRY GORDON
Bus Driver 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Blue Notes
1, 3, NORTH STAR Staff 1, Biology
Award 1, PYE Club 2.
HEFNER, MARK BENNETT
Bus Driver 2, Monogram Club 2, Home-
room Officer 1, 2, Student Council 1,
2, Football 3, Track 2, Wrestling 1, 2,
HENDERSON, GERALD ALLEN
DECA 2, Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 3.
HENDERSON, RAYMOND MICHAEL
Student Council 2, Key Club 2, 3, Band
1, 2, 3, Blue Notes 1, 2, 3, Orchestra
3, French Club 1, Booster Club 2, Foot-
ball 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3.
HICKS, ALICE FAYE
Health Careers Club 2.
HICKS, EDWIN MELL III
HICKS, ROBIN BELL
Red Cross 1, Campus Life 1.
HILL, CYNTHIA JANET
Latin Club 1, 2, FBLA 2.
HILLMAN, DERYLE RUFUS
FFA 2, VICA 2, 3, Football 1.
HIPP, DARYL THOMAS
HOGAN, PHYLLIS ANN
Latin Club 1, FBLA 2, 3, State Treasurer
3, Corresponding Secretary 3, Home-
room Secretary 2, DAR Citizenship
Award, Home Ec. I Award.
HOLBROOK, DONALD KEITH
French Club 1, 2, FBLA 3.
HOOD, JANICE CARTER
Civinettes 1, 2, 3, Band 2, 3, Student
Council 1, Lettergirl 2, 3, Spanish Club
1, 3, Booster Club 1, 2, Vice-President
2, GAA 3, Class Secretary 1, Homeroom
Vice-President 1, Secretary 2, 3.
HORTON, TEDDY LARRY
Bus Driver 2, Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra
3, Choir 3, Boys Ensemble 3, Rebel
Singers 2, 3.
HOWARD, SHELTON P.
Student Council 2, 3, Bus Driver 2, 3,
Junior Class Executive Committee, Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, Homeroom Officer 2, ROTC
Cadet Staff 1st Lt. 2, 3.
HUBBARD, DEBORAH ELAINE
Red Cross 3, FHA 1, IRC 3, FTA 3,
Orchestra 2, French Club 1, Booster Club
1, 3, GAA 1, 3, FBLA 2, 3.
HUCKS, PAMELA ANN
National Honor Society 2, 3, FHA 2, IRC
1, 2, 3, President 3, Choir 2, 3, Girls
Ensemble 2, Rebel Singers 2, 3, French
Club 1, 2, 3, Junior Marshal, Memorial
Fund Committee 3.
Student Council 1, Art Club 1, 3, Latin
Club 1, 2, VIKING Staff 2, Homeroom
President 1, Art Award 1, 2.
HUNTER, JERRY LEWIS -
HUNTER, LESLIE PARKS
Bus Driver 2, 3, Band 1, 2, Orchestra
2, 3, Spanish Club 3, Track 1.
HUNTLEY, GREGORY NEBRASKA
Band 1, 2, 3, ROTC Cadet Captain 1,
IRVIN, PAMELA JANE
Choir 2, 3, Rebel Singers 1, FBLA 3.
JACKSON, JOHN L.
DECA 2, 3.
JAMIESON, ELIZABETH CAROL
Student Council 2, DECA 3, Choir 1,
French Club 1.
JAMES, STEVEN LAWRENCE
Spanish Club 3, FBLA 3.
JENNINGS, GARY EUGENE
JA 1, 2, Bus Driver 1, 2, IRC 2, Band
1, 2, 3, French Club 1, Homeroom Pres-
JOHNSON, JOSEPH LAMAR
Choir 1, 2, 3, Boys Ensemble 1, 2, 3,
Double Octet 2, 3, Rebel Singers 1, 2,
JONES, SHIRLEY ANN
Red Cross 1, VICA-Cosmetology 3,
Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 3.
KALE, KATHERINE ANN
Latin Club 1, FBLA 2.
KEITH, ANTHONY PARKS
Red Cross 1.
KEITH, LARRY CARLSON
FFA 2, 3, VICA 3.
Latin-Mythology Club 1, 2, 3.
KENNEDY, DENNIS RAY
KERLEY, DEBORAH ANN
FTA 3, French Club 1, 2, Homeroom Of-
ficer 1, Homecoming Court 2, 3, North
Mecklenburg Carrousel Pageant 3.
KERNS, TERRY WAYNE
Homeroom Officer 1.
KERNS, TERRY LEE
Red Cross 1, Band 1, 2, 3, Homeroom Of-
KIDD, BONNIE KATHERINE
Student Council 1, Hospitality Committee
1, Civinettes 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2,
Senior Executive Committee, Homeroom
Secretary 1, 2, North Mecklenburg Car-
rousel Pageant, First Runner-up 3.
KING, CAROL ANN
VICA-Cosmetology 3, Rebel Singers 2.
KING, CATHY LYNN
VICA-Cosmetology 3, Homeroom Officer
KING, MICHAEL TRUESDALE
Art Club 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Track
2, ROTC Cadet Captain 1, 2, 3.
KISER, JOHN RALPH
KNAPP, MARK ANTHONY
Red Cross 1, National Honor Society 1,
2, 3, French Club 3, NORTH STAR Staff
3, ROTC Cadet Lt. Col. 1, 2, Commander
Lt. Col. 3.
KNOX, KATHY LOUISE
Red Cross 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, Rebel Singers
KNOX, RICHARD CARLYLE
Red Cross 2, Homeroom Vice-President
2, Treasurer 2, Spanish Club 2.
LATTIMORE, BARBARA EQUILLA
Health Careers 3, JA 2, Booster Club 2.
LEBONVILLE, BRENDA ANN
Student Council 1, 2, Civinettes 2, 3,
FTA 1, 2, Lettergirl 2, 3, Spanish Club
2, Secretary, Booster Club 1, 2, 3, Home-
room President 1, 2, Sears Teen Panel
3, North Mecklenburg Carrousel Pageant
LEE, CYNTHIA ANN
Red Cross 2, JA 1, FTA 3, Homeroom
Officer 1, Keyettes 2, Spirit Club 2.
LEE, LINDA ELAINE
Student Council 1, JA 1, FTA 2, 3, Sec-
retary 3, Choir 2, Girls Ensemble 3,
Rebel Singers 1, Spanish Club 2, Home-
room President 1, CEO 3.
'LEMMONS, GARY STEVEN
Choir 3, Rebel Singers 1, 2, Spanish Club
3, Homeroom Officer 1.
Red Cross 1, Bus Driver 3, Art Club 1,
VICA 2, 3, SBA 3, Homeroom Vice-Pres-
LITTLE, KATHY DELORES
Student Council 2, Homeroom President
2, 3, FBLA 2.
LITTLE, STEPHEN LYNN
Red Cross 3.
LLOYD, PATTI MARLENE
Student Council 1, 2, 3, Varsity Cheer-
leader 3, Booster Club 1, 2, 3, VIKING
Staff 2, 3, Editor 3, Homeroom Officer
1, 2, American History Award 2, MISS
NORTH MECKLENBURG 3, Homecoming
Finalist 3, CEO 3, Spanish Club 3, Vice-
President, Girls State, Secretary of
State, Junior-Senior Committee, Car-
rousel Queen 5th Runner-Up.
Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2.
LONG, EDDIE LEE
Student Council 3, Executive Commit-
tee, Red Cross 1, 2, Bus Driver 2, 3,
Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, Homeroom
Officer 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3.
LONG, JANICE MAE
LONG, NEAL TODD
LOUDERMELT, SHIRLEY KAY
Red Cross 1, VICA-Cosmetology 3,
Homeroom Officer 3.
LOVELACE, DEBORAH ANN
Red Cross 1, FHA 1, Booster Club 1,
Homeroom Officer 1, 2.
LOWRANCE, ROBERT BRICE
Red Cross 1, Band 1, 2, Photographer
for Identification Cards 3.
LUNSFORD, PAMELA RUTH
MARTIN, DAVID HAROLD
ROTC Cadet Sgt. 3.
MARTIN, TRAVIS JONES
FFA 2, Art Club 1, Choir 2, Boys Ensem-
ble 2, Rebel Singers 2, Spanish Club 2,
3, Homeroom Officer 1, 2.
MARTIN, VICKIE SHARON
FBLA 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Homeroom Sec-
retary 1, Spanish Club 1.
MAYES, CAROL HARRIS
Civinettes 2, 3, President 3, National
Honor Society 2, 3, IRC 1, 2, 3, Treasurer
2, Choir 2, Rebel Singers 1, 2, French
Club 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, Homeroom
Officer 3, Junior Marshal.
MAYHEW, JERRY NEIL
FFA 1, 2, 3.
McALISTER, SUSAN GAIL
French Club 1, Math Club 1, Booster
Club 1, 2.
McAULEY, WILLIAM RANDALL
McCALL, CHARLES RICHARD
NORTH STAR Staff 3.
MCCLURE, CHERYL LYNNE
DECA 3, Girls Ensemble 1, 2.
IRC 2, Spanish Club 1, FBLA 3.
MCCORKLE, BILLIE JO
Red Cross 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, 3,
Gymnastics Club 2, 3, Governor's School
McCOY, KENNETH ALI
Red Cross 1, Art Club 2, Rebel Singers
Student Council 2, Health Careers Club
2, JA 2, 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, French Club
2, SBA 3, Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3,
Booster Club 1, 2, 3, Senior Executive
Committee, Homeroom President 2,
Secretary 3, Girls ROTC Drill Team 2,
JA 1, Track 1.
McKEOWN, RAYMOND BRICE
Student Council 2, 3, Student Exchange
Committee 2, Audio-Publicity Commit-
tee Chairman 3, House 8t Grounds
Committee Chairman 33 Key Club 2, 3,
Vice-President 2, President 33 Science
Club 2, 33 National Honor Society 2, 33
Band 1, 2, 33 Blue Notes 23 French Club
13 Chess Club 2, 3, Vice-President 23
Homeroom Officer 23 NEDT Award 13
Junior Marshal3 Governor's School 2.
McLEOD, ELIZABETH G.
National Honor Society 2, 33 IRC 1, 2,
3, Secretary 23 Latin Club 1, 2, Vice-
President 23 GAA 2, 33 Latin Award 2.
McNElL, SHELIA FAYE
Civinettes 2, 33 Red Cross 33 JA 33 FHA
1, 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club
23 SBA 2, 33 Homeroom Treasurer 2.
Art Club 33 Choir 13 SBA 2.
MIMS, CYNTHIA LEE
DECA 33 Spirit Club 2.
MIMS, JERRY LEE
Red Cross 13 Band 1, 2, 33 Homeroom
MOODY, JOYCE L.
Lettergirl 2, 3, Head 33 Choir 2, 3, Choir-
mistress Assistant 33 Girls Ensemble 33
Double Octet 2, 33 Rebel Singers 1, 2,
33 Latin Club 13 Governor's School 23
Drama Club 1, 33 Homecoming Sponsor
33 Miss North Mecklenburg Finalist 3.
MOONEY, DEBORAH ELAINE
Health Careers Club 33 FHA 23 Home-
room Officer 3.
MOORE, JAMES EARL
FFA 33 VICA 3.
MOORE, CYNTHIA ELAINE
Red Cross 23 Bus Driver 33 Art Club 23
MOORE, KAREN ESTHER
Red Cross 13 Latin-Mythology Club 3.
MOORE, SHIRLEY DENISE
MOORE, STEVE L.
Science Club 33 Human Relations
MOOREFIELD, TONY LAWRANCE
DECA 3, Parliamentarian.
MORRISON, KARIEN MONTANNA
Choir 33 Girls Ensemble 33 Rebel Singers
MORTON, STEPHEN PHILLIP
Student Council 23 Elections Committee
23 Junior Class Executive Committee3
Homeroom Vice-President 1, President
23 Wrestling 2, 3.
MOWRY, STEPHEN WORKS
Spanish Club 1, 23 Track 1, 2, 3.
MYERS, DANNY KEITH
DECA 2, 33 Band 13 Wrestling 1, 2.
NANCE, GARY MORRIS
Key Club 2, 3, Secretary 33 Health Ca-
reers Club 2, 33 Science Club 2, 33 Band
1, 2, 33 Choir 2, 33 Rebel Singers 2, 33
Spanish Club 13 Track 1, 2, 33 Swimming
NANCE, LARS FRANKLIN
Student Council 1, 2, 33 Human Rela-
tions Committee 1, 2, 33 Key Club 2,
33 Science Club 1, 2, 33 National Honor
Society 2, 33 Art Club 23 IRC 23 Mono-
gram Club 2, 33 French Club 23 NORTH
STAR Staff 3, Editor3 Chess Club 2, 33
Homeroom President 1, 2, 33 Cross
Country 23 Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, Co-
Captain 1, 2, Captain 33 Governor's
School 23 Scholastic Art Award3 More-
OLIVER, EILLIAM DONALD
Science Club 2, 33 National Honor So-
ciety 2, 33 JA 33 Bus Driver 33 French
PACK, ELIZABETH JANE
Student Council 13 Red Cross 1, 2, 33
Spanish Club 13 FBLA 1, 2, President
33 State Reporter 33 Homeroom Officer
Bus Driver 2, 33 Homeroom Vice-Presi-
dent 23 lA8tES 3.
PATTERSON, JOSIE VIRGINIA
Booster Club 13 Red Cross 33 Rebel
Singers 1, 23 SBA 1.
PEARCE, RICHARD GRAHAM
FBLA 2, 3, Parliamentarian 3.
PEARSON, DARRYL HECTOR
Student Council 13 Health Careers Club
23 Red Cross 1, 23 Science Club 1, 23
JA 13 Band 1, 23 Boys Ensemble 13 Span-
ish Club 13 SBA 13 Chess Club 13 Home-
room Officer 1, 23 Football 1, 33 Basket-
ball Manager 1.
PETERSON, ERNEST WAYNE
Bus Driver 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 33 Blue Notes
23 Orchestra 33 Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Trea-
surer 2, President 33 Chess Club 23 Track
13 Math Club 1.
PETTICE, DANA RICARDO
Band 1, 2, 33 Booster Club 33 Chess Club
PHARR, MICHAEL DARNELL
Key Club 2,32 IRC 33 Band 1, 2, 33 Span-
ish Club 23 SBA 13 Booster Club 33 Bas-
ketball 2, 3.
PHILLIPS, JERRY ARVIL
DECA 2, 33 Art Club 2.
PHILLIPS, TERRY COLEMAN
FFA 23 VICA 3.
PIERCE, KEVIN PATRICK
Key Club 2, 33 Health Careers Club 33
Red Cross 33 Monogram Club 2, 33 Foot-
ball Manager 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 33
Wrestling 1, 2, 33 Gymnastics Club 1,
2, 3, President 3.
PONDER, VICKIE ELAINE
DECA 33 FHA 23 SBA 1.
POTEAT, HARRY STEVE
Red Cross 23 Swimming 1, 2, 3.
POTTS, GLORIA ARSONIA
Civinettes 2, 33 FHA 23 Band 1, 2, 33
Orchestra 13 French Club 33 SBA 2, 3.
POTTS, JOHN WALLACE
Key Club 2, 33 Student Council 2, 33
Junior Class Executive Committee3
French Club 1, 23 Football 1, 2, 3, Co-
Captain 33 Track 1, 2, 3.
PROCTOR, EDWARD SIDNEY
National Honor Society 3.
PUCKETT, PATRICIA ANN
VIKING Staff 23 Homeroom Officer 2,
QUEEN, CAROL ANN
Red Cross 23 Art Club 1, 33 Band 1, 23
Booster Club 1.
RAINES, WILDA JUNE
RANDALL, LAURA JANE
Band 1, 2,33 French Club 1.
Student Council 23 Red Cross 1, 2, 3,
President 2, 33 JA 3, Secretary3 Jr. Var-
sity Cheerleader 13 Campus Life 1.
RANKIN, MARGARET DIANNE
FBLA 2, 33 Homeroom Officer 1.
RANSON, ROBERT HUNTER
Science Club 1, 2, 33 Booster Club 33
Basketball 1, 23 Track 1, 2, 33 Monogram
Club 1, 2, 33 French Club 1, 23 Cross
Country 1, 2, 3, Captain 23 Morehead
Nomineeg Boys State.
RATTEREE, MILBURN DUANE
Student Council 33 Key Club 2, 33 Red
Cross 23 Band 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 23
Chess Club 33 Homeroom Officer 2, 3.
RAWLINGS, LUCILLE KAE
FHA 13 IRC 13 Choir 1, 2, 33 Rebel Sing-
ers 1, 2, 33 Homeroom Secretary 1.
DECA 33 Band 1, 23 JA 3.
FHA 23 DECA 3.
REID, JACK E.
Bus Driver 23 Rebel Singers 13 Cross
REID, KATHRYN SALLY
Red Cross 23 DECA 3, President3 IRC 13
Blue Notes 33 Orchestra 1, 23 Latin Club
1, 23 Drama Club 33 Devotions Commit-
tee Chairman 3.
REID, THOMAS BERNARD
Art Club 1,31 Homeroom Officer 1.
REID, PAUL LAWRENCE
Key Club 2, 33 Blue Notes 1, 2, 33 French
Club 2, 33 Football 2.
REYNOLDS, GERALD WAYNE
FFA 1, 2, 33 lA8.ES 2, 3.
REYNOLDS, MICHAEL EDWARD
Key Club 2, 33 Bus Driver 1, 2.
Latin Club 1.
RICE, ANNA RUTH
Civinettes 2, 3, Treasurer 33 French Club
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM ERIC
Football 1, 23 Track 1.
ROACH, JACK KEITH
VICA 33 Homeroom Officer 3.
ROBBINS, MARY CLARE
Student Council 23 Devotions Committee
23 Civinettes 1, 2, 3, Secretary 33 Na-
tional Honor Society 2, 33 Art Club 23
IRC 2, 3, Vice-President 33 French Club
1, 2, 3, President 33 Homeroom Secre-
tary 1, 3, President 23 NEDT Award 1.
Health Careers Club 33 Bus Driver 1, 2,
33 Homeroom Vice-President 33 Gym-
nastics Club 2.
ROBERTSON, LEE IOLA
RODGERS, MARY ANN
FHA 33 NORTH STAR Staff 2.
RUDISILL, JIMMY O'BRlEN, JR.
Science Club 13 Bus Driver 2, 33 Wres-
tling 13 Swimming 2, 33 CEO 3.
RUSHER, JOHN LEWIS III
Student Council 1, 2, 33 Key Club 2, 33
National Honor Society 2, 33 Band 1,
2, 33 Blue Notes 1, 2, 33 French Club
13 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 33 Football
1, 2, 33 Golf 1, 2, 33 Belk's Teen Panel
33 Best Sportsmanship, Golf 23 CEO 3.
SANDERS, MARY DENISE
SATTERFIELD, PAMELA HOPE
FBLA 2, 33 French Club 1.
SAYLOR, STEVEN DALE
Key Club 2, 33 Science Club 2, 3, Presi-
dent 33 Spanish Club 1g Track 13 Swim-
SETZER, FRED STEVENSON Ill
VICA 2, 33 Choir 33 Boys Ensemble 33
Rebel Singers 1, 2, 33 Homeroom Officer
SHARAR, TAMARA ZOIE
Civinettes 1, 2, 3, Board of Directors
1, Vice-President 2, Chaplain 33 FHA 1,
2, Treasurer3 IRC 1, 2, 33 French Club
1, 2, 3.
SHARPE, DAVID LEE
National Honor Society 2, 33 Choir 2,
33 Rebel Singers 33 French Club 13
Homeroom Officer 1, 2.
SHAW, DENA CHRISTINE
VICA-Cosmetology 3, Secretary.
SHERRILL, LINDA ELIZABETH
Spanish Club 13 Booster Club 13 Home-
room Secretary 1, Treasurer 2.3 JV
SHERRILL, REGGIE LANE
Student Council 33 FFA 2, 3, Vice-Presi-
dent 33 Homeroom President 3.
SHERRILL, RICHARD ALLAN
Student Council 2, 33 Homeroom Presi-
dent 2, 33 Gymnastics Club 33 Senior
Class Steering Committee.
SHERWOOD, DEBRA ANN
Spanish Club 1, 23 Booster Club 13 Stu-
dent Council 33 CESP Committee 33
Foreign Exchange Student.
SHINN, BRENDA LOUISE
Red Cross 13 IRC 23 Latin Club 1, Presi-
dent3 Girls State.
Bus Driver 3, FHA 3, Choir 2, 3, Girls
Ensemble 2, Rebel Singers 1, 2, 3,
Homeroom Vice-President 2.
SHOOK, ROBIN MARK
FFA 1. 2, 3.
SKIPPER, CHARLES NEWELL, JR.
FFA 1, 2, VICA 3, NORTH STAR Staff
SLAUGHTER, BRATCHER DALE
Red Cross 1, Spanish Club 3, FBLA 1,
Homeroom Officer 1.
SLOAN, WANDA LUCILLE
JA 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, Girls Ensemble
1, 2, 3, CEO 3.
SMITH, BILLY JOSEPH
Red Cross 1, 2, Monogram Club 2, Span-
ish Club 1, Football 1, 2, 3, Charlotte
Observer All-County Football Team 3,
Charlotte News All-County Honorable
SMITH, DEBORAH JEAN
Spanish Club 1.
SMITH, V. C.
Student Council 1, 3, Key Club 2, 3,
Treasurer 3, National Honor Society 2,
3, Band 1, 2, 3, Blue Notes 1, 2, 3,
Monogram Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3, French
Club 1, 2, Homeroom President 1, 3,
Vice-President 2, Senior Class Executive
Committee Chairman, Football 1, 2, 3,
Tennis 3, Swimming 2, 3, Junior Mar-
shal, Civitan Conference 2, Harvard
Book Award 2.
SMITH, WILLIAM BRUCE
SPEARS, JAMES LEE
Red Cross 3, Art Club 2, 3, Choir 3, Boys
Ensemble 3, Rebel Singers 3.
SPRINGS, CARL DOUGLAS
Bus Driver 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, SBA
1, 2, 3, Booster Club 3.
STACK, WILLIAM HAROLD
Bus Driver 1, 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, Campus
Life 1, 2, 3.
STARLING, RICHARD CHARLES
Student Council 1, Bus Driver 2, 3, Choir
2, 3, Boys Ensemble 2, 3, Manager 3,
Rebel Singers 1, 2, 3, Homeroom Presi-
dent 1, Football 1, Track 1, Wrestling
STEPHENS, DALE LLEWELLYN
FFA 1, 2, VICA 2, 3.
STEWART, JAMES EMMETT
Bus Driver 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3.
STINES, CLINTON RAY
Red Cross 1, VICA 2, 3, Treasurer 3.
STILLWELL, GARY BRUCE
Science Club 2, Bus Driver 1, 2, 3, Span-
ish Club 3.
STILLWELL, MARION ESTRIDGE
STINNETTE, DOREEN ALYCE
Choir 1, Girls Ensemble 1, Rebel Singers
STINSON, RICKY HARRIS
DECA 2. 3, FFA 1, 3.
STUTTS, KARL VANN
Band 1, 2, 3, Blue Notes 2, 3, Latin
Club 1, 2, Homeroom Officer 2, Tennis
SUMMEROUR , DANI FAXON
Art Club 1, 2, 3, NORTH STAR Staff 2,
3, Baseball 1.
TAFT, RICHARD C.
JA 1, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Tennis 3,
Swimming 3, IA8tES 3.
TALTON, MARK LEE
Key Club 2, Spanish Club 1.
TAYLOR, CORA ELIZABETH
Student Council 1, 2, 3, Executive
Committee 3, Civinettes 2, 3, Red Cross
1, Spanish Club 1, Booster Club 1, 2,
GAA 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, President
3, Junior Class Executive Committee
Chairman, Senior Class Executive
Committee Vice-President, Human Re-
lations Committee 3, Coordinating Coun-
cil 3, Memorial Fund Committee 2, 3,
Representative Student Council Work-
shop, Gymnastics 1, Handbook-Scrap-
book Committee 2, Junior-Senior Ban-
quet Committee Chairman, CEO 3, Nom-
inating Committee 2.
TAYLOR, TIMOTHY DALE
Bus Driver 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Blue Notes
3, Orchestra 2.
TESH, WAVERLY LYNN
VICA-Cosmetology 3, Choir 2, Girls En-
semble 3, Homeroom Secretary 3.
THOMAS, RONALD SIDNEY
JA 2, 3, Bus Driver 2, Art Club 1, Band
1, French Club 1, SBA 1, Booster Club
2, 3, Chess Club 2, Basketball 1.
THOMAS, STEPHEN EDWARD
Monogram Club 2, 3, French Club 1, 2,
Latin-Mythology Club 3, Track 1, 2,
THOMPSON, JOSEPH LORETZ
French Club 1, 2, 3, Math Club 1.
THOMPSON, ORVILLE OEHLER
THOMPSON, ROBBY ALBERT
THOMPSON, WILLIAM JEROME
Choir 2, Double Octet 2.
THORNBURG, JAMES RONALD
Bus Driver 3, Latin ll Award, Boys State.
TILSON, ANTHONY R.
Baseball 3, Swimming 3, Spanish Club
TINKHAM, ROBERT KNOX
Science Club 2, 3, Latin-Mythology Club
1, 2, 3, Drama Club 3.
TRAPP, CURTIS VERNELL
Red Cross 1, 2, Bus Driver 3, VICA 2,
UNDERWOOD, GARY JAMES
VEA, HARLEY JAMES
Student Council 2, Key Club 2, 3, Board
of Directors 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, Home-
room Vice-President, Math Club 1, Pres-
ident, ROTC Drill Team 1, 2.
VERBLE, HAROLD LEWIS
Student Council 1, 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3,
Monogram Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2,
Football 1, 2, 3, Charlotte Observer All
County Football Team 3, Charlotte News
All-County Football Team, Charlotte
News Defensive Player ofthe Week 3.
VINSON, WANDA DIANNE
Red Cross 2, Art Club 1, 3, Homeroom
Student Council 3, Science Club 1, 2,
3, National Honor Society 3, IRC 2,
French Club 2, 3, President 2, Home-
room President 3, History Award 1, Math
WALLY, RICHARD D.
French Club 1, Homeroom Officer 2,
Football 1, Wrestling 1.
WALLS, SHARI LASHON
Transferred from Los Angeles, California
3, Health Careers Club 3, Secretary,
Booster Club 3, SBA 3.
WALTON, COSTA ARNEZ
DECA 2, VICA 3, Choir 1, Boys Ensemble
2, Rebel Singers 1, 2.
WARD, DEBBIE FRANCES
WARD, JACKIE RAYE
FFA 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, Boys Ensemble 3.
WARD, JIMMIE M.
Latin Club 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3.
WARLICK, GEORGE ANDREW IV
Latin-Mythology Club 1, 3, NORTH STAR
Staff 3, Drama Club 3.
WARREN, JACK HOWELL
Bus Driver 1, 2, 3.
WASHAM, RICHARD ALAN
Key Club 2, Bus Driver 1, 2, 3, Band
1, 2, 3, Blue Notes 1, 2, 3, Latin Club
1, Homeroom President 2, Golf 3.
WASHAM, ROY MARSHALL
Spanish Club 2.
WASHAM, TERRY DEAN
Red Cross 1, Bus Driver 1, FFA 1, 3.
WEBB, ROBIN NEAL
Key Club 2, 3, JA 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3,
French Club 1, Homeroom Officer 2, Golf
1, 2, 3, Swimming 2, 3.
WEDDINGTON, LOVELIA DENISE
Spanish Club 3, SBA 3, Booster Club
2, 3, Homeroom Officer 1, 3, Varsity
WEST, BOBBY DEAN
Red Cross 2, Art Club 1, 2, VICA 2, 3.
WESTMORELAND, DOROTHY ANN
Health Careers Club 3, Bus Driver 3, FHA
1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, President 3,
Spanish Club 1, Home Ec Certificate 1,
2, Biology Certificate 1.
WHITESIDE, DOUGLAS CAMPBELL
Student Council 1, 3, Key Club 2, 3,
Science Club 1, National Honor Society
2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Blue Notes 2, 3,
Monogram Club 2, 3, President 3, French
Club 1, Chess Club 2, 3, Homeroom Of-
ficer 1, Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2,
3, Junior Marshal.
WHITLEY, HARRISON SYLVERN
Homeroom Officer 2, Human Relations
WHITLOW, JOHN WILLIAM
Spanish Club 2, Homeroom Vice-Presi-
dent 1, Secretary 3.
WHITTEMORE, ELIZABETH CYLE
Red Cross 3, Bus Driver 2, 3, Latin Club
WILLIAMS, DELMAR ALEXANDER
Key Club 3, Chaplain, Science Club 2,
3, National Honor Society 2, 3, Vice-
President 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1,
2, 3, French Club 1, Chess Club 2, 3,
President 3, Swimming 2, All State Band
1, 2, 3, Charlotte Youth Symphony
Orchestra 2, 3, Project HOPE 2.
FHA 1, Art Club 3.
WILSON, DEBORAH LEE
Latin Club 1, 2.
WILSON, THERISA ANN
WILSON, WILLIAM PATTON
Student Council 3, Red Cross 2, FFA 2,
3, Boys Ensemble 3, Double Octet 1,
Rebel Singers 1, 2, Homeroom Officer
WITTE, CHRISTINA ANN
Student Council 1, 2, 3, Executive
Committee Vice-President 3, Civinettes
2, 3, Board of Directors 3, French Club
1, Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, Head 3, JV
Cheerleader Head 1, Booster Club 1, 2,
GAA 1, Class Treasurer 1, Vice-President
2, Homeroom Secretary 1, President 2,
Ivey's Teen Board 2, 3, Secretary 3,
Memorial Fund Committee 1, 2, 3,
Homecoming Queen 2, Wildacres Dele-
gate 2, CEO 3.
WOOD, BRUCE LEE
French Club 2, NORTH STAR Staff 3.
WOOD, JANICE CAROL '
Red Cross 1, IRC 1, 2, Choir 2, 3, Rebel
Singers 1, 2, Spanish Club 2, Homeroom
YOUNG, TIMOTHY M.
Red Cross 1, DECA 2, Girls Ensemble
1, Booster Club 1, Homeroom Officer 2.
ZAHOS, ELLEN C.
Transferred to North 3, Spanish Club 32
Drama Club 3, Co-Chairman.
MRS. FRANCES S. ALCALA attended UNC-
G, where she earned her BA Degree. She
teaches Spanish and advises the Spanish
Club. Last summer she took a course at
MR. CHARLES G. ANDERSON received an
AB Degree from High Point College and
an MA Degree from ASU. He teaches both
US and world history. He traveled the Flor-
ida East Coast last summer.
MRS. RUTH BARFIELD attended Mercer
University where she earned an AB De-
gree. She teaches English, is co-chairman
of the English department, and advises the
MR. ROBERT L. BEASLEY teaches physi-
cal education and is head football coach.
He sponsors the Monogram Club. He at-
tended Duke University, where he received
his AB Degree. He earned his BA Degree
MISS JOHNNIE MAE BLAKENEY received
her BA Degree from JCSU. She teaches
US and world history and sociology. She
plans to attend graduate school at Indiana
MR. JESSE L. BOWERS attended Shaw
University and teaches science and physi-
cal education at North. He sponsors the
Gymnastics Club. He enjoys golfing, hunt-
ing, fishing, and boating.
MRS. DOROTHY D. BRATTON holds both
a BS and an MS Degree. She attended
NC A8tT State University, SC State College,
and Indiana University. She teaches En-
glish and sponsors the FTA.
MRS. CLARA S. BROWN attended UG,
Northwestern, Geo. Washington, and Taft
Universities and received her AB and MA
Degrees. She teaches Latin and co-spon-
sors the Latin-Mythology Club.
MRS. BERNICE J. CHERRY received her
BS Degree from JCSU and MLS Degree
from NC Central University. She is librarian
and responsible for audio-visual material
MR. JOHN R. CHERRY received his AB
degree from Lenoir-Rhyne College. He
teaches driver education and helps spon-
sor the Ski Club. He is also the announcer
for sports events.
MRS. JUNE CHERRY teaches computer
and keypunch and sponsors the Ski Club.
She received her BS Degree from ASU.
She helps sponsor the Miss North Meck-
lenburg contest and the junior-senior prom.
MRS. ELOISE CLARKE sponsors the
Booster Club and teaches math, reading,
and science in the resource program. She
has a BS Degree from Va. State College
and an MS Degree from Syracuse Univer-
MR. BEVERLY T. CLAYTON received a BS
Degree in Education from WCU and his
Master's Degree from UNC-CH. He teaches
chemistry, physics, and biology and spon-
sors the Science Club. He sells tickets at
North's sports events.
MRS. MARIAN COCHRAN received her BS
Degree from Marshall University. She
teaches biology and enjoys sewing, read-
ing, and traveling. She traveled to the
Outer Banks last summer.
MR. WILLIAM COCHRAN teaches indus-
trial arts and mechanical drawing. He
coaches track and cross country. He also
organized and advises the lA8tES at North.
He has a BS Degree from West Va. Institute
MRS. MARY COOKE teaches geometry and
helps advise the Viking staff. She attended
Western Carolina University and received
her MA Degree from UNC-CH. In the
summer, she enjoys gardening and can-
MRS. DORIS B. CRAWFORD earned her
BS Degree in French and English at ASU.
She teaches English. Last summer she
traveled in central Florida and along the
Gulf Coast with her family.
MR. NATHAN L. CRAWFORD received an
AB Degree from Lenoir-Rhyne. He teaches
industrial cooperative training and spon-
sors VICA. He likes to hunt and fish. He
also likes antique cars and furniture.
MRS. HELENA CUNNINGHAM teaches
trade math, Algebra I, and consumer math.
She attended JCSU and Lafayette College.
MRS. MARY LU DAGGY received her AB
Degree from Earlham College and teaches
geometry and trade math. She is head of
the math department. Last summer, she
traveled in eight countries for six weeks.
MR. BLAKE F. DEAL, JR., attended Pfeiffer
College and UNC-CH. He holds a BS De-
gree. He teaches DE l and ll and advises
the DE Club. He likes traveling, camping,
MRS. SHIRLEY M. DEAL attended Mars
Hill and Pfeiffer Colleges and the Universi-
ty of South Florida, as well as UNC-CH.
She holds a BS Degree. She teaches fash-
ion merchandising and distributive educa-
SMSGT SAMUEL DILLARD, JR. USAF RET.
received his BBS Degree from New Hamp-
shire College. He teaches AFJROTC,
sponsors the Drill Team and the North
Mecklenburg Girls Drill Team.
MR. RICHARD DOHRMANN is driver edu-
MRS. ELIZABETH L. FLYNN is a librarian.
She holds a BS Degree from Winthrop
College. Her interests are art, music, and
water skiing. She plans a trip to Disney
World and some courses in art next sum-
MRS. JUDY FULLER graduated from ASU.
She teaches English and sponsors the
National Honor Society. Last summer she
took a course in Black literature at David-
MR. ORLAND W. GARBRIEL, JR. attended
ASU and holds a BS Degree from NC State.
He teaches agriculture and horticulture
and sponsors the FFA. He sponsors an
adult farmers group, also.
MRS. MARY H. GALLOWAY attended Le-
noir-Rhyne College. She teaches cosme-
tology and sponsors a division of VICA.
Last summer she attended Central Pied-
mont for needed credits.
MRS. JENNIE P. GREEN attended SC State
College, Howard University, and UNC-CH.
She holds a BS Degree. She teaches En-
glish. Next summer she plans to attend
MR. CHARLES B. GUY teaches Algebra I
and ll, geometry, and general math. He
holds both MA and BS degrees from ASU.
He officiates at football and basketball
games in the area.
MRS. HELEN M. HART teaches biology.
She received her BS Degree from Lander
College. Last summer she visited the Outer
Banks, Williamsburg, and the Smokies. She
likes reading and nature study.
MR. WAYNE HERNDON is driver education
instructor. He holds a BS Degree from Mil-
ligan College and also attended East Ten-
nessee State University. He likes golf,
hunting, and sports.
MR. HOWARD W. HILL teaches biology.
He has a BS Degree from JCSU and an
MA Degree from NC Central University. He
has also attended the University of Pitts-
MISS KATHERINE W. HINSON holds both
an AB and an MA Degree. She attended
East Carolina University and Johns Hop-
kins University. She teaches history, is co-
sponsor of the FTA, and is head of the
Social Studies Department.
MR. W. LEROY HOLDEN teaches physical
education. He graduated from Western
Carolina University with a BS Degree. He
coaches football, basketball, and tennis.
MRS. ANN HOLLAND graduated from Mars
Hill College with an AB Degree. She is
orientation instructor and co-sponsors the
sophomore class. She likes sports, music,
MRS. JEAN HOLTZCLAW holds an AB
Degree from Queens College. She teaches
French ll, Ill, IV, and V. She sponsors the
French Clubs and the Charlotte Exchange
Student Prog ram.
MRS. ELIZABETH HOWARD holds a BS
Degree from Limestone College and an MA
Degree from UNC-G. She teaches Home
Economics and family life.
MRS. SHARON P. HUECKER earned her
BS Degree at Kansas State University. She
teaches home economics, family living,
boy's home economics, and Orientation.
She advises the CEO and FHA.
MR. THOMAS D. HUMANIK holds a BS
Degree from John Carroll University. He
also attended Ohio State. He teaches
driver education and coaches varsity foot-
ball backfield, golf, and wrestling.
MRS. PEGGY C. HUNT graduated from
ASU. She teaches English.
MR. THOMAS M. JENKINS holds a BA,
BD, and MA Degrees. He has attended
JCSU, UNC-CH and Washington University.
He teaches special education and occupa-
MRS. ELLEN T. JOHNSTON attended Mt.
Holyoke, UNC-CH and UNC-C. She holds
a BA Degree. She teaches English and
sponsors the Latin-Mythology Club, the
National Honor Society, the Drama Club,
and the Literary Magazine.
MRS. SUE JONES received her BS Degree
from Winthrop College. She teaches
bookkeeping, business law, and business
management. She helps sponsor the FBLA.
MRS. JOYCE KELLER holds both a BS and
an MA Degree from ASU. She teaches
business machines, business law, typing,
key punch, and business management. She
is local and state FBLA adviser and is a
member of the National FBLA Executive
MRS. NORMA P. KRIDER attended Barber-
Scotia College, ASU, and A8tT State Uni-
versity. She holds a BS Degree. She
teaches typing and business math. She al-
so sponsors the Red Cross.
MR. PETER S. KROLL teaches world his-
tory and US history. He earned his BA De-
gree from the University of Rochester and
his MAT from Reed College. He coaches
the swim team.
MR. WILLIAM G. LANGLEY teaches auto-
motive mechanics. He enjoys hunting. Next
summer he plans to take eighteen Explorer
Scouts to Canada.
MR. WILLIAM F. LEE holds a BA Degree
from Berea College, a MED from the Uni-
versity of Florida, and has done doctoral
study at UNC-CH. He is a counselor and
is head of the department.
MR. LOUIS E. LEVI attended Talladega
College, the University of Minnesota, Co-
lumbia University, the University of Illinois,
and AGT State University. He holds an AB
and an AM Degree.
MISS LINDA S. LITAKER attended Catawba
College. She teaches Orientation, advises
the cheerleaders, and sponsors the soph-
omore class. She also helps with the GAA.
MRS. DORIS M. MAXWELL attended
Queens College and ASU. She holds an
AB Degree. She sponsors the school news-
paper, the NORTH STAR, and teaches En-
MR. GERALD W. MCDONALD graduated
from Winston-Salem State University. He
teaches US history and sponsors the Key
Club. He enjoys bowling, fishing, and ob-
serving phony people.
MRS. JUANITA H. McRAE teaches English
with the special education group. She
holds a BS Degree from Fayetteville State
University and has started graduate work
at the University of South Florida.
MRS. DIANE N. MAYE holds a BA Degree.
She attended St. Andrews Presbyterian
College and UNC-CH. She teaches English
and is adviser to the Civinettes.
MRS. MARY A. MILLER teaches shorthand
and typing. She also helps with the FBLA
and is responsible for the senior reception
each year. She holds a BS Degree from
MRS. SARA C. MILLER attended Lenoir-
Rhyne and Western Carolina University.
She holds both an AB Degree and an MA
Degree. She teaches world history and is
MR. CARROLL MIZELLE attended UNC-C,
where he received his BA Degree. He
teaches Algebra II, math concepts, and
general math and advises intramural ath-
letics and the Human Relations Committee.
MRS. LUCILLE N. MOSES holds a BS in
Nursing from UNC-C. She also attended
Sacred Heart School of Nursing. She
teaches Health Occupations and advises
the Health Careers Club. She screened the
student body this year.
MRS. ESTELLE I. MOTT attended Lees
McRae, Catawba, and UNC-CH. She holds
both an AB and a Master's Degree. She
teaches English and is head of the depart-
ment. She also advises the senior class.
MISS LILLIAN B. NEAL holds a BS Degree
from Winthrop College. She also attended
ASU and UNC-CH. She teaches physical
education. She likes fishing, camping, and
MRS. ANNIE S. PHIFER teaches business
education. She attended Brevard College
and Western Carolina, where she earned
her degree. She has also attended classes
MR. LARRY PHILLIPS attended ASU and
UNC-CH. He holds both a BS and an MA
Degree. He teaches instrumental music,
trains the marching band, and sponsors
the Iettergirls and majorettes. He is chair-
man ofthe music department.
MR. EVERETTE PIGG teaches biology and
coaches varsity basketball. He attended
Wingate Junior College and Furman Uni-
versity. He holds a BS Degree.
MR. MICHAEL L. PITTARD has a BS De-
gree in Music Education from East Caro-
lina University. He teaches choral music
and sponsors the Rebel Singers. He likes
composing and arranging choral music.
MR. JIMMY K. POOLE is a counselor and
football coach. He graduated from both
Davidson College and Duke University. He
holds an AB and a MED Degree. He was
in Vietnam last summer.
MRS. ELEANOR V. PUCKETT received her
BS Degree from ASU. She teaches Child
Care, Home Economics I, and boy's home
economics. She helps advise the FHA.
MR. WILLIAM L. RATTEREE attended
Mercer University and UNC-CH. He holds
an AB and a MED Degree. He teaches
world history. His main hobby is golfing.
MR. WILLIAM L. ROSS attended Pfeiffer
College and ASU. He teaches US history.
He also coaches football and baseball.
Last summer he ran a baseball camp at
MISS ROSA SCARBOROUGH holds a
Master of Science Degree. She teaches
English and advises the SBA. This year
she is the junior-senior prom adviser.
COLONEL WILLIAM F. SHANKLIN teaches
aerospace education in the AFJROTC
program. He graduated from Southwestern
School of Technology with a BA in Math-
ematics. He sponsors the Cadet Drill Team,
and the Color Guard.
MR. JAMES G. SHAVER attended Pfeiffer
College, the University of Georgia, and
Duke University. He holds an AB Degree.
He teaches calculus, analysis, Algebra II,
Trig. He advises the Chess Club.
MISS JUNE M. SMITH graduated from
Johnson C. Smith University with a BA
Degree. She teaches English. She hopes to
complete the requirements for her MAT
degree at Winthrop College this summer.
MISS MARGARET SMITH holds a BA De-
gree from Flora Macdonald College and
an MA Degree from Winthrop College. She
teaches English and religious history and
literature and advises the IRC.
MR. RALPH L. SPARROW attended David-
son College and earned an AB in Mathe-
matics. He has attended summer at UNC-
CH and ASU. He teaches math.
MISS KAREN A. SUITT holds a BA Degree
from Furman University. She also attended
UNC-CH. She teaches United States history
and is adviser for the GAA. She enjoys out-
MR. CLIFTON L. TAYLOR, JR., teaches
English. He attended UNC-CH for his BS
Degree, and ASU for his MA in School
Administration. He is the adviser to the
Student Task Force.
MR. LEORY WATERS attended Shaw Uni-
versity, NC Central University, UNC-C, and
The Catholic University of America. He
holds a BS Degree and teaches mathemat-
MRS. BETH WELLS is a librarian. She at-
tended St. Andrews Presbyterian College,
where she earned a BA Degree in French
and UNC-CH for her MS in Library Science.
MR. OTIS WILLIAMS has a BS Degree from
NC ABIT State University and a MED De-
gree from Penn State University. He
teaches art and advises the Art Club.
MRS. VIVIAN L. WILLIAMS is a counselor
for the juniors. She received a BA Degree
from Harris Teachers College and a Mas-
ters in Counselor Education from Southern
MISS AZALEE WILSON holds an AB De-
gree in French from Berea College and
has done further study at Middlebury Col-
lege, McGill University, and Emory Uni-
versity. She teaches French and Spanish
and assists with the language clubs.
MRS. MARION BEARD attended Carolina
Business College and is secretary to the
MRS. SHIRLEY K. BROWN is the school
treasurer. She attended King's Business
MRS. JEAN HELMS, a graduate of North,
is secretary to the teachers.
MRS. ANNIE MAE STYERS is secretary to
MRS. VIRGINIA WALLACE is the school
Abercrombie, Jo 56, 101
Abernethy, Chip 11
Abernethy, Christy 42, az, 89, 90,
101,176, 187, 190
Abernathy, Mabel 98
Abernethy, Robert 141
Adams, Roy 125
Alcala, Frances 30
Alexander, Anthony 68, 101, 184
Alexander, Carthel 101, 182
Alexander, Clyde 101, 185
Alexander, Diann 4, 140, 176,190
Alexander, Gary 98
Alexander, LaRita 179
Alexander, Mary 178, 190
Alexander, Scott 141
Alexander, Wardell 71, 72, 194
Alford, Donnie 101, 188
Allen, Diane 7, 87, 94, 101, 179,
Alley, Steve 125, 193
Allison, Diane 101, 103, 177
Almond, Janice 62, 141, 180, 190
Almond, Karen 88, 101, 103, 176,
Anderson, Annie 33, 101, 180
Anderson, Charles 31
Anderson, Charlie 73, 193
Anderson, David 193
Anderson, Jeff 125
Anderson, Paul 98
Anklin, Don 141, 176
Archer, Ronald 50, 125, 178, 184,
Archie, Myra 125
Archie, Robert 141
Armstrong, Anthony 182
Arnette, Cathey 101, 184, 186
Arnold, Jimmy 194
Ashford, Beverly 125
Ashford, Jackie 141, 178
Ashford, Phyllis 33, 141, 179
Ashford, Ray 125
Ashley, Tom 125, 187
Arwen, Mary 141, 190
Aughinbaugh, Dan 141
Austin, Richard 101
Austin, Valerie 125, 181
Austin, Vicki 141, 178, 190
Auten, Charles 182
Auten, James 101
Auten, Jimmy 141
Auten, Rhonda 125, 188
Autrey, Charles 98
Ayers, Marie 98
Ayers, Whit 20
Baggett, Robert 141
Bailey, Bruce 125
Bailey, Joseph 23, 101
Bakanic, Yvonne 24, 32, 101, 176,
179,180, 181, 191
Baldwin, Janice 20
Ballard, Chris 68, 125, 193
Ballard, Patti 128, 183
Ballard, Sarah 141
Bankhead, Roosevelt 141, 194
Banks, Darrell 45, 124, 125, 176,
Barbee, David 49, 125
Barber, Katie 125
Barber, Ted 141, 177, 178, 190
Barfieid, Ruth 24, 50, 127
Barkley, Allen 125
Barkley, Allen 125
Barkley, Betty Ruth 101, iaa
Barkley, David 141
Barkley, Monroe 51, 101, 183,187
Barksdale, James 125
Barksdale, Maxine 101, 177, 180,
Barnett, Howard 125
Barnett, Ronnie 141
Barnette, Hazel 39
Barnette, Mike 101, 188
Barnette, Paul 141
Barnette, Sharon 141, 178
Barnette, Susan 101, 187
Barringer, Cathy 8
Barringer, Clement 23, 125, 181
Barringer, Jerry 125, 193
Barringer, Leonard 36
Barringer, Madlyn 98
Barringer, Maxine 141
Barrino, Dennis 67, 102, 178, 179
Batts, Alice 39
Baucom, Eddie 141, 178,193
Baucom, Mary 125
Baustert, Peggy 141
Baxter, Melinda 48, 125
Baylor, Arthur 102
Baylor, Catherine 125
Beam, Nancy 125, 179, 183
Beard, David 45, 125, 179, 194
Beard, Ellen 125
Beard, Frances 39
Beard, Marion 19
Beasley, Robert 28, 66, 77
Beatty, Barbara 125
Beatty, Carl 64
Beatty, Tony 193
Belk, Joe 125
Belk, John 60
Bell, Rebecca 102, 180
Benfield, Pat 126
Bennett, Karen 126
Bennett, Linda 90, 102
Benoy, Charles 126
Benton, Tommy 23, 98, 102, 186
Berry, Renotti 126
Berry, Shirley 90, 102, 178
Berry, Thomas 74
Bickett, Garry 48, 86, 126
Bidgood, Glenda 102, 183
Biggerstalf, Betty 12, 126, 181
Billings, Mark 126
Billings, Martha 126, 191
Birmingham, Benjy 27, 126
Birmingham, Cathie 126, 179
Birmingham, Ronnie 141, 193
Bishop, Delores 141
Bishop, Robin 141
Black, Bobby 141
Black, Donnie 70, 71, 102, 189, 190
Black, Goldie 37, 102, 180, 190
Broome, James 141
Brown, Beth 98
Brown, Carol 98
Brown, Cathee 103, 179, 180, 184
Brown, Cathy 58, 141, 190, 191
Brown, Cindy 142, 185
Brown, Mrs. C. 30, 177
Brown, David 126, 178
Brown, Debra 146, 149
Brown, Shirley 19
Brown, Gardner 142, 193
Brown, Gerald 142, 178, 193, 194
Brown, Jimmy L, 103
Brown, Joe 142, 193
Brown, John 75, 84, 103, 184,193
Brown, June 142, 176
Brown, Marilyn 103, 111, 178, 181,
Brown, Rebecca 7, 37, 103
Brown, Steve 103, 187
Brown, Ted 126
Brown, Tracy 142
Brown, Vanessa 126
Yvonne 56, 86, 103
Brownlee, Marie 142
Buchanan, Patty 61, 126, 183
Buchanan, Sheila 142, 180
Bumgarner, Bobby 142, 190
Bunn, Gary 126, 178
Burgess, Belinda 127, 185
Burgess, Janet 142, 190
Burgess, Rhonda 82, 83, 88, 127,
176, 190, 191
Burkheart, Martha 103, 180, 184
Burris, Arnold 103, 192
Burris, Patti 142
Burris, Patty 127, 186, 190, 191
Burris, Todd 142
Burton, James 127
Burton, Michael 142, 193
Butler, Carolyn 98
Black, Mary 126
Black, Myra 141
Black, Regina 126, 190
Black, Steve 126, 178
Black, Teresa 141
Blackwelder, Cliff 141, 193
Blackwell, Betsy 45, 50, 126, 132
Blakeney, Johnnie 31
Blevins, Anita 126
Blevins, Debbie 102, 176, 188
Blevins, Jane 141
Blue, Legena140, 141, 176
Blue, William 67, 102, 167, 176
Blythe, Doug 126, 178
Blythe, James 102, 176, 181, 186
Blythe, Jeff 141, 182
Blythe, Mary 37, 126
Blythe, Susan 37, 102, 176
Butts, Terry 142
Byars, Vickie 104
Byers, Debra 142
Byers, Mary Ruth 104, 188
Caldwell, Ginger 30,142
Caldwell, Jim 104, 180
Caldwell, Pat 63, 142, 177, 160, 190
Caldwell, Sandra 127, 177
Caldwell, Sheila 104, 188
Caldwell, Tommy 104, 180,191
Campbell, Barbara 104, 180
Campbell, Eddie 10, 142
Campbell, Eddie 11, 127, 178,
Campbell, Janice 104, 180, 181
Campbell, Wanda 142
Canfield, Kathey 104, 181, 188
Cantrell, Debbie 127, 188
Canupp, Gary 98
Canupp, Roy 104
Caraway, Donna 127
Carmichael, Jimmy 127
Bogie, Karen 141
Bogie, Linda 58, 126, 180, 189
Bollinger, Tommy 141
Bonds, Eddie 126
Bonds, Russell 102
Bordeau, Barbara 141
Bost, Gary 141, 181
Bowers, Jesse 34
Bowles, David 48, 126, 180
Boyd, Teresa 141
Brackett, Danny 141
Brackett, James 126
Bradfield, Glen 141
Bradfield, Wendy 98
Bradford, Carolyn 102, 179, 181, 186
Bradford, Jim 102
Bradford, Leigh 97, 98
Bradford, Patricia 141, 181, 1a4
Bradford, Robin 13, ez, 141, 176,
181, 185, 190
Bradford, Smith 141
Bradley, Larry 188
Branch, Margaret 126, 180
Brashear, Quida 39
Bratton, Dorothy 24, 44, 45
Brawley, Barbara 102, 176, 177, 178,
Brewer, Linda 102, 112, 184
Brice, Monica 126, 176 190
Bridges, Rhonda 102
Bridges, Sherry 60, 61, 102, 123,
Brigman, Denise 103
, Janet 127
, Mary Ann 104
,Melvin 142, 178
Carpenter, Ralph 98, 127
Carpenter, Sidney 127
Carr, Alcia 91,127,181
Carr, Jerry 105, 184
uel 180, 189
Carrier, Sandra 142
Carter, Kenneth 105, 188
Casey, Billy 6, 64, 127
Casey, Janet 105, 112, 184, 189
Cash, Karen 127, 182
Cashion, Pat 142
Cathey, Candy 105, 176, 182
Cathey, Vickie 105, 176
Cavin, Liz 8, 82, 96, 124, 127, 137
Chance, Kathy 142
Chavis, Cindy 127, 183
Cherry, Bernice 35
Cherry, John 29, 115
Cherry, June 27
Cherry, Madeline 105
Childers, Bobby 127
Childers, Bobby 127
' Brock, Becky 103
Barrino, Jonah 192 Brooks, Sherry 126, 180, 181
Barrino, Theron 69, 73, 141, 193, Brooks, Mike 87, 126, 177, 184, 193
194 Brookshire, Gray 184
Broome, Ann 103, 181
Broome, Donnie 141
Bartlett, James 141
Bartlett, Tommy 125
Childress, Margaret 39
Christenbury, Alice 105, 176, 183
Christenbury, Debbie 142
Christenbury, Ed 142
Christenbury, Linda 105, 180, 183
Christian, Alan 43, 45, 105, 176, 177
Clark, Anita 127, 178, 184, 185, 191
Clark, Barbara 142
Clark, Robert 105
Clarke, Denise 105
Clarke, Eloise 38, 190
Clarke, James 128, 176, 189, 194
Clarke, Ronnie 193
Clawson, Alexander 142
Clayton, Phillip 142
Claytor, Andy 32, 105, 178, 186
Clayton, Beverly 34, 98, 124
Cline, Robin 128, 180
Cline, Susan 92, 95, 105, 176,
Clindon, Reginald 193
Cloninger, Donna 142
Cloninger, Rhonda 142
Clyburn, Debra 142
Cobb, Suzanne 98, 128, 183, 187
Cochran, Benita 128
Cochran, Brice 184
Cochran, Marian 34
Cochran, Sheila 128, 188
Cochran, William 36, 187, 192
Cochrane, Billy 105, 187
Cochrane, Cindy 142
Cochrane, Jack 128
Cockrell, Joe 191, 193
Coleman, Rita 142
Collins, Lyn 142
Collins, Mary 105
Collins, May 128, 181
Combs, Tonda 142
Combs, Tony 128
Conard, Caroline 128, 180
Conder, Donald 142, 193
Conder, Joey 142, 193
Conder, Ronnie 142, 193
Connell, Dale 105, 187
Connell, Dean 142
Connor, Kathey 105
Conway, Sharon 142
Cook, Henry 142, 182
Cook, Rod 20, 44
C00k, William 105, 178, 181, 182
Cooke, Martha 59, 128, 180, 185
Cooke, Mary 2, 22
Cooke. Peggy 44, 57, 59, 87.
176, 181, 185
Cooper, Don 106, 188
Coppala, Mickey 128, 184
Copeland, Dixie 106
Cornelius, Norgeia 131, 181
Cornelius, Pam 106, 189
Cornelius, Sudie 40
Counts, Ken 142
Cox, Ann 52, 90, 92, 95, 106, 178
Cox, Janet 142, 181,190
Cox, Keith 142
Cox, Van 142
Cox, Woody 106'
Craig, Beth 128
Crater, Louise106, 181, 185
Crawley, Judy 26, 128, 184
Creighton, Patty 128
Cribb, Peggy 56, 176, 188
Crisp, Stan 128, 187, 191
Crite, Barbara 128
Crittenden, David 106, 186, 193
Crowder, Donnell 8, 106, 178, 180
Crowder, Valerie 142, 178, 189
Crowe, John 128
Crowell, George 38
Crowell, Glenn 143
Crawford, Doris 24, 25
Crawford, Nathan 36
Crown, Ted 184
Crump, Chris 21,143, 178, 194
Crump, Debbie 128
Crump, Dianne 128, 183
Crump, Martha 106, 115, 178,
Crump, Tammy 106, 188
Crump, Theresa 106, 183
Cunningham, Helena 22, 45
Cureton, Patricia 143
Currie, Bob 128, 176, 177, 185,
Curry, Vicky 128, 183
Daggy, Mary Lu 22
Dail, Jeff 128, 178
Dale, Anna 74,128. 179,181
Dale. John 98
Dale, Mary 92, 106, 177, 179, 185
Dannels, Susan 143, 177, 178
Darnell, Dennis 143
Darnell, Tom 98
Davidson, Gina 128, 190,191
Davidson, John 128
Davidson, Linda 59, 106, 184, 189
Davis, Adie 129
Davis, Barbara 143, 191
Davis, Betsy 143
Davis Beverly 43, 129, 181, 185
Davis: Carol 106
Carolyn 143, 184
Davis, Debbie 129, 181
Davis, Derrick 6
Davis, Gerald 98
Davis, Jackie 98
Davis, Jenny 90, 106, 176
Davis, Jill 37
Davis, Jim 36, 129
Davis, Katie 12, 106
Davis, Katie 11, 147
Davis, Kwinia 179, 180, 182, 185
Davis, Manuel 143
Davis, Larry 188
Davis, Mike 106, 184
Davis, Patricia 86, 129, 181, 184,
Davis, Sammy 23, 106, 178, 181,
Davis, Sara 129, 190, 191
Davis, Si 47, 143, 176, 1
Davis, Sidney 106, 112,
Davis, Tommy 129
Deal, Blake 36, 56
Deal, Kathy 129, 181, 190
Deal, Shirley 36
Deaton, Hugh 40
Deese, Sherrie 88, 129
Fite, Teresa 129, 179
Flakstad, Wenche 12, 45, 46, 93,
Fletcher, Doris 129
Floyd, Mike 143
Flynn, Elizabeth 35
Fogle, Frank 143
Fortner, Ted 143, 178
Foster, Debbie 48, 129, 180
Foster, Donna 130
Fox, Larry 130, 181
Franklin, Gwendolyn 37, 130
Frasure, Dean 144
Frazier, Pam 61, 62, 88, 108, 183
Fredericksen, Martha 130
Freeman, Jackie 130, 184, 192
Frye, Don 176, 177, 192
Fulbright, Jimmy 80, 192
Fuller, Judy 24
Gable, Evelyn 130, 185
Gabriel, Orland 36, 45, 182
Gabriel, Sarah 40
Gabriel, Vernon 108
Gaddy, Eveonne 144
Galloway, Mary 36, 188
Gamble, Clarence 144
Gamble, David 70, 71, 108, 184
Gant, Dale 68, 78, 130, 177, 192
Garmon, Linda 130
Garmon, Robin 144
Garris, Thom 88, 94, 179, 187
Haas, Suzanne 130
Hager, Debbie 130
Hager, Janet 10, 24, 109, 176, 177,
Hager, Jeff 192
Hager, Randy 144, 176
Hager, Susan 28
Hager, Terri 144
Haigler, Susan 144
Hall, Brenda 109, 176, 181
Hambright, Janet 130
Hamilton, Teresa 130
Hammond, Jeff 144, 193
Hampton, Richard 144
Hannon, Larry 144
Hansil, Meg 52,130, 178, 185
Hardee, Gail 131
Hardison, Keith 109
Harmon, Jack 131, 178
Harper, Patsy 144
Harrington, Debbie 110, 180
Harris, Cynthia 110
Harris, Doug 131, 188
Harris, Grant 110
Harris, Kay 144
Harrison, David 144
Harrison, Nancy 36, 98, 110, 189
Hart, Debra 110, 181
Hart, Helen 34
Hart, Peggy 39
Hartsell, Pam 90,110, 176, 178, 179
Hastings, Wally 144
Haynes, Arnold 110, 180,184
Haynes, Frances 110
Dellinger, Joan 143
Dellinger, Virginia 39
Demas, Nancy 129, 191
Denton, Freddie 107
Devoe, Donald 12
Dick, John 107, 188
Dillard, Sgt. 23
Dixon, Bill 188
Dobbs, Cathy 129, 181
Dobbs, Kay 143
Donahue, Cecil 129, 177, 181,
Donahue, Dale 143, 181
Donahue, Terri 129
Donaldson, Gordon 107, 181, 188
Donnell, Sharon 107
Dorton, David 97
Doster, Butch 167
Douglas, Fred 47, 107, 186, 192
Dove, Steve 143, 178
Dozier, llean129, 189
Dozier, Phadonia143, 191
Garrison, Cathey 109, 179, 183, 190
Garrison, Jackie 44, 90, 91, 109, 176
Garrison, Leigh 144
Garrison, Linda 109
Garrison, Richard 109, 182
Gaston, Barbara 130
Gentry, David 144
Gerald, Geraldine 13, 130
Gibbs, Phil 144,178
Gibson, Dale 98
Gibson, Gary P.144
Gibson, Gary S. 144
Gibson, Joan 88, 109, 176, 179,185
Gibson, Lugera 144
Givens, Pamela 130
Glover, Pamela 144
Godbey, Patsy 37
Goforth, Karen 109
Goforth, Trudy 144
Goodman, Meg 56, 62, 144, 189, 190
Goodrum, Carl 79, 192
Haynes, Mack 74
Haynes, Melvin 188
Hawkins, Tommy 144
Haywood, Keith 131, 190, 192
Hedrick, Barry 110, 184
Hefner, Mark 75, 84, 107, 110,193
Helms, Eddie 131, 178
Helms, Jean 19
Helms, John 131, 178
Helms, Teresa 131, 182
Henderson, Carolyn 131
Henderson, David 131
Henderson, Diane 144
Henderson, Donald 144, 193, 194
Henderson, Eddie 144
Henderson, Gerald 110, 178, 179
Henderson, Joseph 144
Henderson, Luvadah 131
Henderson, Mike 88, 110, 176, 178,
179, 186, 192
Henderson, Phyllis 144
Dresser, Mike 98
Drye, Linda 129
Duckworth, Patty 129
Duke, Harold 107, 184
Dunn, Cindy 143
Dunn, Andy 107, 176, 182, 185
Dunn, Karen 143
Dunn, Kathy 129
Dutton, Billy 107, 183, 184
Ealey, Clyde 192
Ealey, Florence 39
Earnhardt, Kenny 68, 107, 186, 193
Earnhardt, Susan 129, 183, 189, 190
Edge, Ricky 88,107,191,193
Edwards, Ralph 98
Edwards, Tommie 58, 107, 191
Elder, Cedric 73, 143, 194
Elliott, Garry 143
Elliott, Julie 92,107,176,185
Elliott, Lynne 129, 181
Ellis, Jerry 98
Ellis, Michael 28, 143
Ellis, Paul 28
Endsley, James 108
Epperson, Stuart 143
Ervin, Alice 62, 129, 184
Ervin, Mark 143
Ervin, Robert 129
Etier, Thomas 108
Eubanks, Sue 98
Evans, John 143, 178
Faires, Janie 143, 177
Fant, Earl 58
Fast, Garry 66, 78, 96, 129, 176
186,189, 192, 193
Fast, Larry 77, 192
Ferguson, Edward 108, 184, 187
Ferrell, Bill 108, 178
Ferrell, Debbie K. 129
Ferrell, Glenn 108, 185, 192
Ferrell, J. Debbie 129
Ferrell, Leonard 40
Ferrell, Terry 143
Goodson, Teresa 140, 144
Goodwin, Tina 140, 144, 176, 181
Graham, Alvi 130, 176
Graham, Eugene 12
Graham, Frieda 82, 83, 90, 109, 189
,Gayle 130, 179, 189
Gray, Dennis 67, 193
Gray, Fannie 144
Green, Jennie 25
Green, Juanita 144
Green, Lucy 130
G reen, Roberta 144
Kathi 144, 177
Greenwell, Loren 144, 178
Greer, Andy 144
Grice, Rhonda 130
Grice, Susan 130
Grier, Celeste 144
Grier, Donny 109, 176
Grier, J. B. 124, 130, 184
Grier, Kenneth 23, 109, 180
Grier, Minnie 109, 180, 181
Grier, Walter 25
Griffith, Ben 130, 186, 194
Griffith, Danny 47, 164, 178
Griffith, David 189
Griffith, Gary 144
Griffith, Ricky 86, 130, 178,193
Griffith, Stewart 108, 109, 178, 186,
Grindstaff, Ray 130, 188
Grindstaff, Ronnie 144
Grissom, Reginald 130, 194
Grissom, Rose 109, 176
Grissom, Roy 108, 109
Kathey109, 182, 185, 191
Hendrick, Barry 178
Herndon, Denise 144
Herndon, Wayne 29
Herring, Dave 131, 185
Herring, Mike 144
Herron, Rhonda 144
Hicks, Debbie 131
Hicks, Lupino 27, 181
Hicks, Mell 110
Hicks, Robin 110
Hill, Cindy 15, 110
Hill, Dean 131
Hill, Donnie 144, 178, 193
Hill, Howard 34
Hill, Johnsie 144, 179
Hill, Karen 144
Hill, Linda 131
Hill, Patricia 145, 181
Hill, Sandra 131
Hill, Van 131
Hillman, Sidney 145
Hilton, Kathy 145, 183
Hinson, Katherine 31
Hinson, Pam 87,131
Hinson, Theresa 131, 181
Hipp, Daryl 110
Hobbs, Tommy 145
Hobgood, Angelo 145, 178
Hogan, Phyllis 60, 61, 87, 98,
Hoke, Marcia 131, 180, 183,184
Hoke, Richard 80, 98, 192
Holbrook, Don 110, 183
Holden, Leroy 16, 28, 69, 73, 194
Holland, Ann 29, 140
Holland, David 145
Hollar, Paul 131, 187
Holshouser, Sherri 145, 182
Holt, Debbie 132, 183
Holtzclaw, Jean 30, 45, 46, 177
Honeycutt, Karen 145, 179, 190
Honeycutt, Keith 145
Honeycutt, Maurice 110, 177
Fesperman, Vic 68, 88, 108, 193
Fincher, Debby 143
Fink, Gypsy 98, 129, 179
Fink, Jeff 108, 188
Fisher, Debbie 129, 190, 191
Fisher, Lynn 108, 180, 182, 184
Fite, Mickey 129, 179
Groce, Mike 193
Groves, John 184
Gruggett, Bobby 109
Guess, Felicia 176
Guinn, Joyce 51,189
Gurley, Linda 60, 130
Guy, Charles 22
Honeycutt, Mike E. 132
Honeycutt, Ricky 132, 188
Honeycutt, Tim 132
Hood, Jan 90, 110, 177, 179, 186
Hooper, Michael 145
Hoover, Cynthia 132, 180, 189, 191
Hoover, Patricia 145
Hoover, William 132
Hope, Deythe 192
Hopkins, Gail 108, 145
Hornburckle, Patricia 145, 178
Horton, Larry 111, 178, 179, 181
Houchens, Clay 145
Hough, W. A, 5, 18, 58, 63.
Houser, Danny 50, 132, 178, 182,
184, 185, 187
Houston, Brenda 145
Houston, Everette 132
Houston, Jeff 16, 73, 194
Houston, Wanda 145
Howard, Cassandra 132, 176, 178,
179, 181, 190
Howard, Elizabeth 36, 63
Howard, Joel 145
Howard, Lloyd 145
Howard, Shelton 111, 176, 184, 189,
Howard, Steven 145
Howard, Vickie 132
Howell, Melissa 145, 181, 191
Howell, Pat 145
Howie, Cyndie 145
Hubbard, Elaine 111, 176, 183, 185,
Hubbard, Sandra 145
Hucks, Pam 12, 45, 46, 57, 111, 181,
Hudson, Judy 132, 181, 190
Hudspeth, Patty 132, 183
Huecker, Sharon 36, 182
Huffstetler, Jane 132
Humanik, Thomas 13, 16, 29,
80, 192, 193
Humble, Tami 111, 180
Humphrey, Kaye 7, 51, 132, 187, 191
Humphries, Pam 61, 87, 132, 183,
Hungria, Maria 92
Hunt, Peggy 25
Hunter, Debbie 51, 145
Hunter, Deborah 132, 184
Hunter, Larry 64, 184
Hunter, Jerry 189
Hunter, Joyce 6, 132, 178, 180, 1
Hunter, Judy 145, 176, 191
Hunter, Leslie 111, 179, 184
Huntley, Gregory 178
Hurd, Bryce 19, 104
Hurd, Marsha 145
Hutchison, Todd 145
Hyde, Judy 132
Irvin, Pam 111, 181, 183
Irwin, Amy 132, 180, 191
Isaacs, Bobby 61
Jackson, Alfreda 49, 132
Jackson, Beverly 145, 178
Jackson, Kenny 77, 192
Jackson, Ricky 145, 178
Jackson, Robert 191
James, Cindy 133, 181
James, Steve 111, 183
Jamieson, Beth 56, 86, 111, 188
'Jenkins, Thomas 38
Jennings, Gary E.111
Jennings, Gary S. 112
Jetton, John 145, 193
Johnson, Barbara 133
Johnson, Becky 145, 179
Johnson, Ellen 133, 176, 178, 189,
Johnson, James 145
Johnson, Joe 112, 181
Johnson, John 10, 145
Johnson, John 11, 62, 128, 133, 178,
179, 184, 190
Johnson, Larnette 146
Johnson, Wanda 146
Johnston, David 133
Johnston, Ellen 25, 177, 185
Johnston, Michael 146, 181
Johnston, Sammy 133
Johnston, Teddy 133, 177, 181
Jones, Angelia190, 191
Jones, Dean 133, 177, 178
Jones, Lelia146, 180
Jones, Rodney 146
Jones, Shirley 112
Jones, Sue 27
Jones, Susan 133
Jones, Tom 11, 133
Jones, Wayne 146
Jordan, Billy 146
Justice, Kathy 146
Justice, Mike 133
Kale, Guy 146
Kale, Kathy 112
Keith, Anthony 112
Keith, Larry 112, 188
Keith, Robert 146
Keller, Joyce 27, 61, 183
Keller, Kim 146
Kelly, Jody 133
Kelton, David 22, 46, 57, 120, 133,
177, 178, 182
Kemp, Ray 184
Kendall, Rell 112, 177
Kendrick, Gwendolyn 146
Kepley, Angie 133
Kerley, Debbie 112, 176
Kerley, Jack 184
Mahatha, Johnsie 147, 191
Maloney, Jon 57, 134, 177, 182
Manus, Susan 147
Marez, Toni 147, 180, 194
Moore, Patsy 98
Moore, Shirley 112, 114, 182
Moore, Steve 34, 114, 185
Moore, Teresa 134
Marlowe, Debra 4
Martin, David 134, 181
Martin, Joyce 134
Martin, Travis 113
Martin, Vickie 60,61, 113,183
Kerns, Bill 191
Kerns, Cynthia 146, 178
Kerns, David 107, 133, 178, 180
Kerns, Jerry 112
Kerns, Robbie 146, 191
Kerns, Sara Jane 98
,Terry L.32, 112
Kerr, Debbie 133, 183
Kerr, Linda 146
Keziah, Clarence 146
Kidd, Bonnie 90, 91, 100, 112, 176
Kidd, Harriet 146
Kidd, Larry 133, 182
Kidd, Steve 133, 177
King, Carol 188
King, Cathey 112, 188
King, Michael 66, 67, 68, 113, 180,
Kiser, John 113
Kissee, George 133, 181, 193
Knapp, Mark 23, 42, 43, 49, 98, 113,
Knox, Andy 146
Knox, Dale 133
Knox, Freida 191
Knox, Karen 133, 183
Knox, Kathy 113
Knox, Lee 133, 182
Knox, Patricia 146
Knox, Ralph 182
Knox, Richard 113
Knox, Steve 133, 177, 178, 185
Knox, Terry 146, 178, 182
Krider, Ruth 27, 48
Kroll, Peter 31,194
Kuentzel, Craig 192
Kuentzel, Walter 192
Lail, Worth 146
Lambert, Cynthia 146
Laney, Jeff 146
Langley, william 37
Lasco, Cornell 187
Latten, Harper 74
Lattimore, Barbara 113, 180
Lattimore, Bernard 96
Lattimore, Margaret 133
Lattimore, Vergel 76, 97, 98
Laughter, Stacy 146
Lawing, Sally 45, 133, 176,177, 185
Lawing, Tommy 146
Leagon, Kim 146
Leatherwood, Ron 16
Lebonville, Brenda 88, 90, 113, 176,
179, 186, 190
etter, Claude 146
Martha 113, 181
Lemmons, Gary 113, 181
Lewis, Eddie 30, 189
Lewis, Mona 133
Lewis, Otis 184, 189
Ligon, Teresa 145, 146
Linder, Debbie 133
Lindley, Charles 133, 184
Lindley, Johnny 113, 193
Lipford, Loren 146
Litaker, Linda 16, 29, 45, 140
Little, Annie Ruth 39
Little, Dale 133, 188
Little, Karen 133, 178
Little, Kathey 113
Little, Steve 147
Little, Tommy 77, 79, 84, 192
Long, Eddie 100, 113, 178, 184
Long, Janice 113
Long, Linda 38
Long, Neal 113, 187
Long, Tonda 134, 178, 189
ermelt, Sharon 147
ermelt, Shirley 113, 176, 180,
Patti 2, 50, 51, 82, 83, 90,
Love, Sue 147
Lovelace, Debbie 113
Lowe, Johnny 35, 147
Lowrance, Robbie 193
Luckey, Jimmy 134
Lunsford, Jimmy 30, 147
Lunsford, Ruby 39
Lynch, Donald 134
Massey, Gene 182
Mathes, Beecher 98
Mauldin, Tim 98
Mawhinney, Frances 20
Maxwell, Doris 25, 42, 187
Mayberry, Rhonda 134, 181
Maye, Diane 25
Mayes, Carol 45, 59, 114, 176, 185,
Mayhew, John 114
Mayhew, Rhonda 134, 178, 180
McAlister, Gail 46, 88, 114
McAlister, Margaret 147
McAlister, Mary Anne 98
McAuley, Bob 98, 192
McAuley, Randy 114
McAuley, Rhonda 11, 147
McAuley, Wayne 134, 187, 192
McCain, Jerry 147
McCall, James 80, 192
McCall, John 134, 178, 181, 192
McCall, Richard 42, 114
McClure, Cheryl 114, 188
McClain, Jimmy 147
McClain, Nicky 134
McClain, Takeela 147
McClure, Ray134, 182
McConnell, Becky 114, 183
McConnell, Daniel 58, 184
McConnell, David 134, 137, 177,
McConnell, Dewey 38
McConnell, Gayle 34, 147
McConnell, Steve 147
McCord, Cathi 147
McCorkle, Billie Jo 94,114,176,191
McCorkle, Patsy 147
McCoy, Kenneth 37
McCoy, Linda 134
McCray, Edward 134, 178, 179
McCraw, June 134
McCraw, Marlene 147
McDonald, Gerald 31
McFarland, Jeff 46, 134, 177, 178,
McGahee, Aaron 147
McGee, Hazel 5, 147, 180, 182
McGhee. Debbie 60, 134, 183
McGibony, Myraette 82, 100, 114,
McGibony, Louis 147, 184
McGraw, Barbara 39
McGraw, Cindy 86, 147
McGraw, Ricky 66, 68, 75, 84, 134,
176, 189, 193
McGuirt, Paulette 134
Mcllwain, Jennifer 147, 178
McKay, Denise 134
McKeown, Ray 43, 45, 94. 114, 176,
178, 182, 186
McLeod, Beth 98, 114,176, 185, 191
McLilly, Gloria 134
McManus, Linda 98
McNeally, George 76, 192
McNeil, Samuel 147
McNeil, Sheila 59, 114, 179, 180,
McRae, Juanita 38
Mcvay, Diahann 147
McVay, Michael 12, 180
Meacham, Sherry 147, 148, 176, 184,
Medlin, Dawn 147, 176
Metcalf, Clydia 98
Miller, Judy 147
Miller, Mary 27
Miller, Raeford 98
Miller, Sara 31
Mims, Cindy 56,114,188
Mims, Debbie 134
Mims, Freddie 134
Mims, Jerry 114
Mingus, Trudy 134
Minter, Sara 147
Misenheimer, Sylvia 134, 188
Mitchell, Debbie 147
Mitchell, Yvonne 134, 181, 184, 189,
Mizelle, Carroll 22
Monteith, Steve 147, 181
Montgomery, Marilyn 134
Moody, Joyce 90, 94, 114, 179, 181
Mooney, Debbie 114
Moore, Earl 23, 188
Morre, Elaine 147, 184
Moore, Karen 114, 177
Moorefield, Tony 188
Morgan, Beverly 132, 135, 176, 179,
Morgan, Cindy 147
Morrison, John 189
Morrison, Karen 115, 181
Morrison, Phyllis 147
Morrison, Wilford 70, 135, 191,194
Morrow, Rick 68, 98, 135, 186, 193
Morton, Steve 15, 75, 88, 115, 193
Moses, Lucille 10, 37, 48, 180
Mosley, Michael 30
Moss, Bobby 115, 17a
Moss, Starr 147
Mott, Estelle 25, 100
Mowry, Bill 147, 178, 193
Mowry, Steve 118
Mozee, Roosevelt 37, 135
Mullis, Phil 135
Mullis, Sarah 135
Myers, Danny 88, 115, 191
Nail, Ronald 81,178,188,194
Nance, Bobby 147
Nance, Gary 48, 115, 178, 180, 181,
Nance, Lars 42, 81, 94, 115, 176,
Nance, Patty 21,58,147, 191
Nance, Wayne 88, 147
Nantz, Donna 135
Nantz, Vanessa 145, 147
Neal, Glance 180
Neal, Lillian 28
Neill, Marilyn 59, 132, 135, 139,
181, 185, 191
Nelson, C. J. 147, 176. 193
Newton, Bonnie 7, 135, 176,
Nix, Linda 135, 177, 185
Nixon, Danny 135
Nixon, Reggie 89
Norberg, Gary 98
Norberg, Janice 135
Norman, Brenda 11
Normandin, Paula 135, 180
Norris, Carolyn 98
Norris, Gary 135
Pickens, Herbert 148
Pierce, Kevin 58, 116, 123, 180, 186
191, 192, 193
Piercy, Tim 148
Pierczynski, Stan 148
Pigg, Everette 16, 34, 70, 194
Pike, Jimmy 148
Pittard, Michael 14, 33
Planter, Susan 148
Plyler, Hilton 148
Ponderendolph, Angela 136
Poole, Jimmy 21,69
Poole, Mona 148, 176, 180
Poteat, Debra 148, 182
Poteat, Steve 194
Potts, Gloria 94, 116, 176, 178,186
Potts, John 59, 68, 116, 189, 192
Powell, Susie 148
Powers, Betsy 136, 176, 179, 181
Pressley, Melody 148, 176
Proctor, Thomas 148
Puckett, Eleanor 37
Puckett, Larry 48, 136
Puckett, Patty 116
Purcell, Leslie 98
Purcell, Wade 148
Putnam, Alfred 148, 178
Pyatte, Verinda 148, 182
Quates, David 69, 136, 184, 193
Queen, Carol 116, 180
Raborn, Lowell 148
Raines, June 116
Ramseur, Dwight 73, 194
Ramsey, Tommy 136
Randall, Jane 117, 176, 178
Rankin, Angela 148
Rankin, Bernadine117, 180, 184
Rankin, Bobby 136
Rankin, Dianne 117, 176, 183
Rankin, Sue 148
Ranson, Robert 63, 94, 117, 185, 186
187, 190, 191
Raper, Donne148, 176
Ratteree, Rocky 43, 117, 186
Ratteree, Sharon 148, 181
Ratteree, William 31
Rawlings, Kay 117
Ray, Mike 192
Ray, Pete 91
Northcott, Nancy 59, 135, 176. 185,
Nye, Paul 77, 79, 98, 192
Oehler, Larry 135, 184
Oehler, Ray 135, 184
Oliver, Donnie 115, 184
Orrell, Tim 147
Osborne, Lynn 147, 190
Osborne, Mesa 63, 135, 177, 179.
Overcash, Gale 135, 178, 191
Overcash, Richard 135
Overman, Patty 147
Owens, Sharon 147, 190
Owens, Sherry 135
Oxford, Terri 135
Pack, Jane 24, 60, 61, 115, 183
Packett, Danny 135
Parker, Charles 10, 147, 193,194
Parker, Charles 11, 135, 194
Parker, Donna 135
Parker, Leon 115, 184, 187
Parks, Betsy 135
Parks, Frances 38
Parks, Savannah 135, 180
Parson, Sherry 147, 178
Patrick, Judy 135
Patterson, Josie 26, 180
Patterson, Larry 71, 72, 135, 194
Paul, Robert 148, 178, 184
Pearce, David 148
Pearce, Richard 61, 116, 183
Pearson, Darryl 116, 193
Pender, Susan 135, 188
Pendleton, Dee 148
Penninger, Sharon 136
Perkins, Darlene 148
Perry, Anita 148
Peterson, Mike 148, 178, 193
Peterson, Wayne 116, 177, 179, 184
Pethel, Gary 183
Pettice, Dana 178, 190
Pettis, Rosalind 136, 180, 182, 189
Pharr, Eugene 136
Pharr, Michael 72, 116, 194
Readling, Danny 148, 193
Reese, James 96, 192
Reese, Judy 184
Regans, Ralph 136
Reid, Bernetta117, 180
Reid, Bernitha 56, 117
Reid, Dorothy 148
Reid, Frank 71, 72
Reid, Kathy 45, 52, 56, 178,
Reid, Maxine 149, 176, 190
Reid, Paul 117, 178, 186, 189
Phifer, Annie Sue 27
Phillips, Capri 7, 148, 177
Phillips, Debbie 148, 178, 181, 189
Phillips, Dorothy 14
Phillips, Jerry 116, 187, 188
Phillips, Larry 14, 33
Phillips, Rhonda 136
Phillips, Terry 116
Phipps, Jimmy 10, 143, 148, 193
Pickard, Clair 136, 187, 191
Reid, Richard 149, 193
Reid, Susan 51, 52, 149, 178, 181
Reid, Terry 127, 136
Reid, Thomas 117
Renegar, Sheree 31, 136, 176, 191
Reynolds, Alfreda 98
Reynolds, Gerry 117, 182, 187
Reynolds, Michael 117
Reynolds, Suzanne 117
Rhedric, Herbert 15, 149, 178, 193
Rhyne, Clauzell 74, 193
Ehyne, Garry 149, 181, 194
Rice, Anna 117, 176, 186
Richard, Elbert 136
Richards, Penny 98
Richardson, Debbie 136, 178, 181
Richardson, Eric 117, 193
Ritch, Andy 16, 149
Rivens, Gwendolyn 98
Rivens, Charlie 69, 193
Roach, Jack 188
Robbins, Barry 136, 178, 182, 185
Robbins, Mary Claire 117, 177, 185
Robbins, Sara 88, 136, 176,'179, 180
Robbins, Sharron 149
Roberts, Beverly 149
Roberts, Dan 149
Roberts, Marcia 117
Robertson, lola117, 183
Robinette, Robin 136
Robinson, Chrisandra 136, 178
Robinson, Edward 136, 181
Robinson, Willie 38
Rodgers, Mary Ann 117
Rogers, Mike 136, 191
Roseboro, Elbert 149
Ross, Andy 179, 180, 184
Ross, Rebecca 136, 178
Ross, William 8, 31, 66, 77, 78
Rourk, Mike 136, 188
Rowe, Gail 98
Rowell, Betty 136
Rucker, Lynn 149
Rudisill, Jimmy 117, 176, 184
Rusher, Bonnie 149, 189, 190
Rusher, Johnny 43, 68, 74, 118, 176
Sailers, Susan 149
Stacks, J, L. 149
Stallings, Dale 138
Stansberry, JimmY 1331 132
Starling, Rick 119, 181, 184
Starnes, Kim 87, 127, 138
Steele, Robert 138
Stegall, Diane 138
Stephens, Dale 119
Stephens, Greg 149
Stephens, Maggie 39
Stevens, Debbie 138, 188
Wally, Amy 138, 183
Wally, Ricky 121
Ward, Debbie 121
Ward, Jack 121
Ward, Jackie 181
Ward, Jimmy 88,121, 192
Ward, Johnny 138
Ward, Julie 150
Ward, Lee 150
Ward, Teresa 121
Ward William 150
si. ciair, cami 51, 53, 149,
SaHy, cindy as, es, 196, 192
Sanders, Mary 118, 188
Sanders, Neal 136
Satterfield, Pam 118, 183
Saylor, Charles 149
Saylor, Steve 118, 176, 185, 186
Scarborough, Rosa 14, 25
Scott, Cynthia 149
Scott, Ronita 63, 86, 136, 178, 190
Seaford, Jeff 136, 182
Self, William 18
Setzer, Cheryl 149, 179, 191
Setzer, Gail 136, 182
Setzer, Paula 98
Setzer, Steve 118, 181, 188
Stewart, Jimmy 119
Stewart, Pamela 149
Stillwell, Gary 119, 184
Stines, Ray 119, 188
Stinson, Brenda 138
Stinson, Hivonna 28, 149
Stinson, Joyce 149
Stinson, Mike 73, 194
icky 119, 182
Stone, Robert 27
Stowe, Belinda 150, 180, 185, 190
Stowe, Tommy 150
Strong, David 4, 138, 186
Seymour, Ronald 137, 188
Shanklin, William 23
Sharar, Tamie 118, 176, 177, 185,
Sharpe, David 118, 185
Sharpe, Susan 58, 149, 191
Shaver, James 22, 182
Shaw, Dena 118, 180, 188
Brad 69, 149, 193
Shepard, Joseph 137
Sherrill, Cindy 137
Sherrill, Gwendolyn 149
Sherrill, Linda 10, 149
Sherrill, Linda 6, 12, 90, 118, 123,
Sherrill, Milton 149
Sherrill, Reggie 118, 182
Sherrill, Rickey 118
Sherwood, Debbie 45, 63, 118, 176,
Shinn, Brenda 95, 118, 176
Shinn, Gail 137, 181, 183
Shipp, Joyce 118, 181
Mark 64, 118
Jerry 137, 188
Shropshire, Alan 194
Shropshire, Debra 137
Sides, David 149
Simmons, Charles 193
Dede149, 180, 190
Sims, Dale 149, 178
Strong, Lester 20, 44
Stroud, Tim 150, 178
Strube, Phyllis 98
Stroupe, David 138
Stutts, Cathy 150, 180
Stutts, Kari 115, 119, 178, 192
Stutts, Shelly 138
Stylers, Annie Mae 19
Suddreth, Jerry 150
Suitt, Karen 31, 191
Summerour, Dani 119, 180, 187
Summerour, John 79
Summerville, Karla 62, 150, 190
Tadlock, Jennifer 150
Tadlock, Vickie 150
Taft, Ricky 81.119, 187,192,194
Tague, Austin 138
Talton, Mark 119
Taylor, Clifton 25
Taylor, Cora 45, 90, 100, 119
186, 189, 191
Taylor, Marian 138
Taylor, Sandra 30, 39, 150, 177
Taylor, Tim 120, 178
Temple, Teresa 138, 181
Templeton, Sherrie 150, 179
Tesh, Lynn 176, 181, 188
Thomas, Linda 150, 177
Thomas, Pam 120
Thomas, Ronald 120, 190
Thomas, Steve 120, 177, 186, 192
Sims, Kathy 149
Sims, Robin 149
Sites, Jeff 149
Skidmore, Ray 137, 182, 188
Skipper, Charles 137
Slaughter, Dale 15, 118
Sloan, Greg 149
Sloan, Linda 149
Thompson, Annilesa 180
Thompson, Douglas 150
Thompson, Joe 120
Thompson, Mary 150
Thompson, Melvin 74, 76, 84. 150,
Thompson, O. O. 120,186
Warlick, George 121, 177, 181
Warlick, Jimmy 73, 150, 194
Warren, Jack 121, 184
Washam, Alan 32, 121, 178, 184
Washam, Connie 46, 50, 138, 1
Washam, Freddie 150, 178, 193
Washam, Rosemary 138, 178, 180,
182, 185, 190
Washam, Roy 121
Washam, Sarah 59, 139, 178, 182,
Washam, Terry 121
Washam, Vicki 150
Waters, Leroy 22, 128
Watkins, Stanley 98
Watson, Billy 139
Watson, Debbie 98
Wayland, Jane 139
Webb,AI81, 150, 178,194
Webb, Robin 81, 120, 121, 178, 186,
Webster, Robin 150
Weddington, Lovelia 90, 91, 121,
177, 189, 190
Weese, Tommy 139
Welch, Sherry 188
Wells, Donna 139, 176, 181
Wells, Elizabeth 35, 44
Wells, Larry 193
West, Barbara 139
West, Bobby 188
Westmoreland, Dottie 45, 64, 121,
180, 182, 184
Westmoreland, Wayne 139, 184
Whisnant, Jane 90
White, Allan 150
White, Brian 57, 182
While, Lee 139
Whiteside, Don 43, 57, 94, 121, 176,
Whitley, Darnell 138, 184
Whitley, Ronald 150, 194
Whitley, Sylvern 49, 121
Whitlow, Jay 115, 121
Whittemore,Cyle121, 180, 184
Whittington, Sharon 139
Wike, Martin 139
Wike, Tony 122, 139, 178, 179, 181,
Williams, Charles 97, 98
Williams, Cynthia 150
Williams Del 122, 178, 179, 182,
Williams, Denise 98
Williams, Donna 139
Williams, Gail 51, B2, 124, 139, 176,
Sloan, Wanda 118, 176,180, 181
Smith, Beth 52, 149, 178
Smith, Billy 118, 183, 193
Smith, Debbie 11, 137
Smith, Debbie 12, 118
Smith, Dianne 29
Smith, Donnie F. 149
Smith, Gary 149
Smith, Graham 178, 186
Smith, June 25
Smith, Margaret 25, 185
Smith, Pam 149, 181, 190
Smith, Roddy 118
Smith, Scarlett 137, 181
Smith, Steven 137, 189, 194
Smith, V. C. 66, 94, 98, 100, 119,
176,178, 185, 186, 193, 194
Smith, William 23, 61
Snodgrass, Billy 149
Somers, Debbie 98
Sossamon, Janet 10, 87, 137, 181
Sowell, Janice 48, 137, 178
Spainhour, Melinda 149
Spainhour, Nancy 137
Sparrow, Frankie 149
Sparrow, Marion 137
Sparrow, Ralph 22
Spears, James 98. 180, 181
Spencer, Clayton 47, 137, 176, 185,
Spencer, Laura 149
Springs, Carl 119, 184, 190, 194
Springs, James 137
Springs, Roger 137
Sprinkle, Melinda 137, 181
Spry, Kenneth 149
Stack, Harol 88, 184
Stacks, Debra 137, 180, 182, 189,
Thompson, Rosie 138
Thore, Bobby 150
Thornburg, Eddie 138
Thornburg, Ronnie 95, 120, 184
Threatt, Larry 138 '
Tilson, Tony 120
Tinkham, Robert 119, 120, 177.
Tinsley, Tony 32, 33
Todd, Patsy 138, 177, 190
Torrence, Denise 138
Torrence, Kathy 150
Torrence, Linda 120
Torrence, Wayland 194
Totherow, Kay 138
Trexler, Tommy 150
Triplett, Ricky 94, 138, 181
Tucker, Len 138
Turner, Clinton 138, 176, 182, 187
Turner, Rita 150
Underwood, Gary 120
Vance, Brenda 150, 178
Vance, Teresa 150
Vanderburg, Jane 150
VanHoy, Ashley 150
Vaughn, Cynthia 150, 178, 189
Vea, Harley 120, 186
Verble, Hod 68, 84, 121,193
Vinson, Dianne 121, 180
Wails, Larry 138
Waldrop, Daphne 8
Walker, Cheryl 150
Walker, Richard 138, 178, 186, 192.
Walker, Steve 121, 176, 181, 185
Wallace, David 138
Wallace, Phyllis 63,138, 180, 190
Wallace, Virginia 19
Walls, Ronald 20
Walls, Shari 180, 190
Williams, Joyce 122, 180
Williams Kelly 188
ms, Otis 33, 180
ms, Randy 122
ms, Rosalee 47, 139, 182
ms, Vivian 21
Wilson, Azalee 30
n, Boyce 139
n, Carol 150
n, Debbie 12, 122
Wilson, Debbie 10, 150
Wilson, Eddie 150
Wilson, Elese 5,140,150,176
Wilson, Javet 38, 139, 184, 190,191
Wilson, Pat 122
Wilson, Raymond 150
Wilson, Terri 143, 150, 176
Wilson, Theresa 122
Winkler, Fred 88
Winkler, John 24, 139, 177, 181
Winkler, Margaret 58, 150, 190, 191
Withers, Richard 98
Witte, Carol 4, 14O,150, 176, 190
Witte, Chris 45, 82, 83, 90, 91, 122
185, 189, 190
Witte, Liz 31, 47, 82, 124, 139, 176
Wood, Bruce 122, 187
Wood, Dale 122
Wood, Janet 150
Wood, Janice 122, 176,181
Work, Karol 139, 181, 190
Worthy, Willie 58
Wright, Debby 139, 184
Wyatt, Wendy 150
Yeargin, Willie 122
Yost, Marnie 39
Young, Jerry 139
Young, Jim 76,192
Young, Mac 139, 181
Young, Patricia 58, 150, 177, 181,
Young, Patty Jo 30, 51
Young, Yvonne 122
Zahos, Ellen 122, 177, 181
Abernethy Lumber Company 156
Almond and Sons Grocery 154
Anchorage Marine 164
Anderson Construction Co. 163
Atlanta Hardwood Co. 163
Barkley's Supermarket 155
Baucom's Barber Shop 158
Baucom's Transfer 8i Storage Co, 170
Belks's Department Store 153
Birmingham, E. D. Floor Sanding 8.
Brumlield Studio 160
Burgess Supply Company 152
Cam's Recapping Service 159
Cashiorfs Food Mart, Inc. 162
Cashion Gulf Service 169
Cathey-Hoyle Funeral Home 155
Cavin Funeral Home 168
Cavin, W. A. insurance Agency 156
Clayton's Furniture Co. 166
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 174
Cochrane Fabric Shop 154
Coffee, Cup, The 164
Connell, Howard Agency 168
Cornelius Savings and Loan Associa-
Cross Motor Company 157
Davidson College 171
Davidson Ice 8 Fuel Co. 156
DeArmon's American Service 158
Derita Awning Co. 169
Derita Cleaners 167
Duke's Radio 8. TV Service 169
Farmer's Company, The 152
Flowe's General Merchandise 155
Galley Fish Camp 8. Tap Room 163
Godley Auction Co. 161
Grace's Florist 159
Grapevine, The 168
Hamilton Furniture Co. 169
Harris-Teeter Supermarkets 174
Harrison, Pat 8. Family 168
Hough's Texaco Service 164
J 8 J Grocery 152
Johnston Beauty Salon 165
Jones Brothers Grocery 172
Kerley 8. Edwards, Inc, 157
King's Cleaners and Launderette 170
Lanier 8. Son Construction Co. 172
Larry's Bait 8. Tackle Shop 168
Laundromat, The 169
Lee-Boy Manufacturing Co. 162
Magla Products 172
Maintenance Supply Co., Inc. 161
Marty's Barber Shop 172
Mary Mac's Dress Shop 160
McCall Chair Co. 158
Mecklenburg Gazette, The 173
Midway Pharmacy 155
Money's Dry Cleaners 166
Mundy's Grocery 161
Neil Drug Company 168
North Mecklenburg Bank, The 153
North Mecklenburg Fabrics 164
Oakdale Beauty Shop 159
Oakdale Hardware 161
Onia's Sportswear 161
Outrigger Harbor 172
Parker, Fred Fuel Oil Co. 154
Pike Drug Company 166
Playland Day Nursery 172
Puckett's Farm Equipment Co. 155
Ranson's Store 164
Red Hanger, The 167
Reeves Bros. 159
Ruth's Beauty Shop 161
Seamon's Hardware Co. 164
Southern Bell T 81 T Co. 157
Sportsman's Car Wash 162
Sugar Creek Gulf Service 165
T-C Construction Co., Inc, 158
Trinity Grocery 159
Village Store, The 173
Wholesale Associates, Inc. 155
Wilson Fence Co. 154
Ye Olde Camp Ground 8. Marina 155
Now it is over! lt wasn't very long . . .
My life lies like a mirror, reflecting
what I am.
Have I found the path that leads me up and
on, or am l yet bound with a thousand
roads to take? l have plotted my course.
l have largely determined what opportunities I
have taken and where they have led me.
Who am I?
An individual- greatly responsible for
what l am and what l become.
l'm Me! There is no other like me!
V , . h 1 K . ,,, . Y--,-Y--.---V -W' -, .- r Vavvululllrnri'
5533 vxgpiys, y
. A 5 .
, .l I U SIR
Q N35 33 2
??1?i3E3s2E 52?ig YRS
ii? 3 2 255 95333 gs
Suggestions in the North Mecklenburg High School - Viking Yearbook (Huntersville, NC) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.