North Mecklenburg High School - Viking Yearbook (Huntersville, NC)

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Each Table of Contents Prologue ................ ....... 1 Curricular Life ......... ..... 1 1 Co-Curricular Life ...... ..... 4 5 Sports Life .............. ..... 7 3 Student Life ......... ..... 9 7 Classes ........... ...... 1 11 Seniors ....... ...... 1 12 juniors i........ ..... ...... 1 3 6 Sophomores ..... ...... 1 48 Records ............... ...... 1 57 Advertisements ....... ....... 1 79 Senior Directory ..... ....... 1 96 Faculty Directory ..... ...... 2 01 Index .................. ....... 2 03 Epilogue ........... ....... 2 07 moment is an event that never again will be. We, the Viking Staff, have tried to capture some of these moments. We hope that these pages hold for you many memories - many changes. 3 E l lifes PROLOGUE 5 SQE S 5 'xx Q K QQ t 3 s Q s A 'iii sl :'f- i-gg atv sm Q x XC R JR 2 - . 1 .5-ig,gQ-S 'S .. 5 f Fw asa? f 5 I 2 X Mr. Hunt looked at home before the public address system. .............,, ,352 ref?" Randy Bolton, Sherwood Rankin, and Lewis Woodley, Varsity Football Players, liked having their pictures taken. Students enjoy socializing as well as their food during their lunch break. l Ellen Phillips found something to smile about -5 Ho! Ho! Ho! Who's this? PROLOCUE Tommy Rainey and Eva Morris participated in a pep rally by donning Indian costumes. Mary Lowery and Trimona Brandon speak to the student body. 5 PROLOGUE Nas., an A. .Aei..e The band and Lettergirls marched off the field after performing at the pep rally. Martin Rivens dashed onto the court to be introduced at a pep rally. Marilyn Kaylor was a member of the Girls' Varsity Tennis Team. 6 Sam Sherrill was a new but friendly face on campus this year. PROLOGUE Z W On "Tacky Teachers Day" , Mr. Hicks, a stu- dent teacher, was a "Tacky Teacher" from the future. Sissy Kelton gives her all at a pep rally. X if 3 i . Sharing lockers is a part of life at North. Debbie McCorkle and Cynthia Williams didn't seem to mind. 1 his-riff 4.1. 1 . 7 wwmnasng In Cosmetology class, Brenda Vinson tests her skills with a paying customer. Debbie Lackey enjoyed automechanics. This is the first year that girls were included. PROLOCUE The Fancy Drill Team performed ata pep rally. Linda Cavin competed in the Miss North Mecklenburg pageant. Patti Boovey, a sophomore, seemed to like life at North. 9 PROLOGUE At a pep rally, joan Saunders, Head Cheer- leader, conferred with someone in the press box. Robby McMurray did a Nixon imitation in his campaign speech. 10 Tommy jolly, later elected President of the Student Council, campaigned. r Sissy Kelton came prepared to sell suckers for new cheerleading uniforms. Sherri Long performed with the Lettergirls in a Charlotte Hornets football game. RI! ..,.l1..l .l. . . ..-..l - hi 5 x if 'g ' wg. . f:i:f,.au- , CURRICULAR Mr. joe Hunt, Principal Qualzfied Princzpals Head our School 2. Mr. joe Hunt, the new principal, worked hard to make his first year at North a success. Here he was caught by the camera while doing paper work. 3. One assistant principal, Mr. Bruce Hurd, worked with student schedules. Here he's checking records of Seniors to help them get the subjects they need for graduation. This was just one of Mr. Hurd's many jobs. 4. The man that worked with the bus drivers was Mr. Frank Gadsden, a new assistant prin- cipal. Mr. Gadsden made sure that he had a driver for every bus. Naming a substitute driver when a regular driver could not drive was a dailv task. 12 M .W A Q- S 9- Qc!- CURRICULAR Office Staff Serves School Mrs. Wallace, after giving Mr. Haynes a hard time, finally consented to give him an aspirin for his "ills," Mrs. Marian Beard Guidance Secretary Mrs. Shirley Brown Treasurer Mrs. lean Helms Secretary Mrs. Claire Pigg Secretary Mrs. Annie Mae Styers Media Center Secretary Mrs. Virginia Wallace School Secretary This was a typical day for Mrs. Shirley Brown, our school treasurer. She seemed pleased as she counted the moneya club brought in from a project they had. Mrs. jean Helms types the absentee list each day. 13 CURRICULAR This year the English teachers strove to improve the department by making a few changes. ln previous years, seniors were required to take British Literature, but not so this year. British Literature is an elective now. Members of the senior class had a greater variety of electives from which to choose. The new courses were offered to spark further interest 1. Duringapep rally,Mrs.Ellenlohnston read one of her many poems about North Mecklenburg High School to the student body. 2. One day in the library, Linda Cavin and Eva in the study of literatu re. Three of the new courses offered were Science Fiction, the Bible as Literature, and the Feminine Image in Literature. The English Department added in- creased interest in classes by inviting speakers in to speak to the classes. One such speaker was the Rev. Ran- dal Dockins speaking to the Bible as Literature class. Morris, members in one of Mrs. Maye's Eng- lish classes, listened for directions. 3, Mrs. Johnston was pleased to autograph her book for Helen Morris, and Mary Clark waited to ask of her the same honor. Mrs. Dorothy Bratton Mrs. Doris Crawford Mrs. lennie Greene Mrs. Peggy Hunt Mrs. Ellen lohnston Mrs. Doris Maxwell Mrs. Diane Maye Mrs. Estelle Mott 14 1 4, ....,,,,a 2 3 CURRICULAR Mrs. Ethel Rhodes Miss Rosa Scarborough Mrs. Sylvia Sims Miss Margaret Smith e' M J 'Y 1 14 .,,, t g?" 3 Progressive Goals, A Gauge for English Teachers 1 1 2 3 1. Having a few minutes after the class discussion, Mrs. lected from other teachers. C-reen's English Class waited intently for time to pass. 3. Students in Miss Scarborough's English Class studied and 2. Assisting Mrs. Bratton, Connie Black handed in forms col- discussed "Describing One's Self". 15 CURRICULAR 1. Mr. Wortman was caught by the camera while giving notes to his world history class 2. Reports are plentiful in Mr. McDonalds class. Here, David Brown is reporting on an Indian character. 16 Mrs. Johnnie Burch Mr. Donald Haynes Miss Katherine Hinson Mr. Gerald McDonald Mrs. Sara Miller Mr. William Ratteree Miss Karen Suitt Mr. Gary Wortman CURRICULAR So Studzes Relate the Past, Present, Future The Social Studies Department of- fered many interesting courses to students this year. As always, two years of social studies are required. In some classes, guest speakers were invited to share their experiences with the students. FBI Special Agent Charles S. Richards was among dis- tinguished guests. 1. Irma Vance and Mary Knox seemed to be amused about something in Miss Suitt's TD-U. S. History class. 2. ln a consumer education class, Bill De- felice, Greg Hutsell, and Warren Robinson posed for a picture while the rest of the class worked on tax forms. 2 17 CURRICULAR Science Students Investzgate and Experzment The Science Department offers a variety of courses for North students. Some are optional while others are required. Biology I is required of all sopho- mores. Students wanting to continue study in science can choose from such optional courses as chemistry, physics, and Biology ll. Physical sci- ence is offered for those students who failed to receive credit for it in junior high. 1. leb Blackwell, john Ratliff and Tom Ed White worked on an experiment for Mr Clayton 2. Some students prepared a lab In Mr Clayton s class Mr. jesse Bowers Mrs. Beverly Clayton Mrs. Marion Cochran Mrs. Helen Hart 18 Mr. Frank Murphy Mr. Everett Pigg Mrs. Carol Smith CURRICULAR 2 1. Tim Wilson checked with his notes as he and Elaine Howell worked out the lab experiment. 2. Carol Stillwell, Marty Hunt, and Delia Neal, listened well to Mr. Clayton's instructions for testing the equipment. 3. Ben Davis, Kirk Thompson, and David Sat- terfield worked hard to get the results from an experiment. 19 CURRICULAR Students Challenged by Math Courses 1. Caught in the act, Mr. Hill was teaching General Math I in a science room. 2. john Ratliff pretended to know more than he did as he showed off for the photographer in Mr. Sharer's Class. 1 2 Mrs. Mary Cooke Mrs. Helena Cunningham Mr. Charles Guy Mr. Howard Hill 20 ' ga Mr. Carroll Mizelle Mr. james Shaver Mr. Leroy Waters 22 'fi is CURRICULAR Believing that the attitude toward change is often related to the success of any program, the Mathematics Department continues to study new topics, new methods, and new mate- rials. Two areas which the depart- ment feels need to be given more emphasis are consumer mathematics and trade mathematics, areas of ex- treme importance which have been neglected often in the past. 1. Mrs. Cunningham seems oblivious of the fact that her picture was being taken. 2. Mrs. Cunningham's fifth period class had mixed feelings about having their picture ta- ken. rt L, 4. f. 5. K .1 ' 1 2 21 CURRICULAR Cultural, Social Mores Dictate Languages Study The Foreign Language department at North offers three languages: Spanish, French, and Latin. Each is taught with emphasis on the culture of the represented language. Each language has its own club and officers from each period carry out club related activities. This year, Spanish and French students went to nearby elementary schools to teach the elementary students foreign lan- guages. 1. In French class Mary Simpson, Elise Steven- 2. Mrs. Holtzclawtalked withaparent at open 3 MISS Wilson spoke formally with parents son, Elaine Howell, and Noel Rhodes studied house." and students at P T A open house together. Mrs Frances Alcala Mrs. lean Holtzclaw Miss Azalee Wilson ---- 5 , Mrs. Betty Yates l',- . AAV' G ' . .Q 22 -img ,Q uf'-., --we -" ' M CURRICULAR Z .Q G3 .M 1 F-"-'ik A-Fr?-'-sf"1 f'1X Thank You, Mr. Hunt ...cali 23 CURRICULAR 24 Mrs. Sylvia Caudle Mrs. Carrie Sue jones Mrs. loyce Keller 1. janet Taylor seemed to be worrying more about the photographerthan she was about her classwork. 2. A new competition called the Business Career Development Program, sponsored by the Executives' Secretaries Inc. and Sears, was opened this year. Bonnie Wike was a winner from North. She is now eligi- bleto compete in the regionals fora chance to go on to the Internationals. 1 Students Learn Job Skills Commercial courses offer an in- troduction into the business world. Preparation for jobs after graduation or continued study in college is made. Courses offered as electives include bookkeeping, keypunch, computer, shorthand, typing and secretarial practice. 1. Kenny Byars got the computer cards ready for Scott McCallum while Nickie Fetterson and joseph Gregory looked at some results. 2. Mrs. Phifer looked on as Mary Simpson, Mike Auten, Perry Bell, and Randy Gentry worked in typing class. 3. Nickie Fetterson worked hard during his IBM class. J 1' :IV i j I Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. 2 Ruth Krider Linda Lineberger Mary Miller Annie Sue Phifer 25 CURRICULAR Courses Offered Are Varied The Vocational Department is widespread in offerings. Students have a choice of nearly a dozen sub- jects. Mechanical drawing and ln- dustrial Art are good beginning courses for the architect, draftsman, and the like. Auto mechanics is a practical course providing know- ledge for keeping one's car as well as forearningone'slivelihood.TheD.E. and l.C.T. classes provide the student-job-training classes while holding a job. Sometimes girls along with the young men find horticulture a fascinating subject. Some related courses, home economics and child care, are studied by both young men and women. 1. Mr. Cochran often gave assistance to stu- dents in the mechanical drawing class. Here he's helping Randy Mayes. V 2. Mr. Cochran obsenfed while Bobby Witte operated the Radial arm saw. 3. Rusty Cochran seemed to be enjoying him- self as he sanded down what appears to be a cutting board. Mr. William Cochran Mr. Nathan Crawford Mr. Blake Deal Mrs. Maxine Deal Mrs. Shirley Deal Mrs. Mary Galloway Mrs. Shirlene Grigg Mrs. Eleanor Puckett Mrs. Bobbie Ross Mr. Leroy Wynn 26 CURRICULAR 2 1. Mr. Langley is the automotive instructor. 2. Wayne Wilson, Raymond Reitzel, Ford Motor Co. Representative Bob Cockerham, BiIIyTodd, Nicky Rudisill, Scott Washam, jerry Rankin, and Ricky Barnette discuss specifica- tions on the tractor engine donated to the auto mechanics dept. by the Ford Motor Co. 3. Rodney Parker concentrates while working on the tractor engine. 27 CURRICULAR Classes Train Boys and Girls 2 1. Students in Mr. Wynn's horticulture class showed the end products of proper plant care. 2. Mr. Wynn helped Susan Sharp and jane Ann Sossaman examine the plants for possible blights. 3. Students in distributive education received classroom instruction as well as job training, 4. Mrs. Puckett, the instructor in childcare, and her student, Mike Setzer, assisted the children with their refreshments during snack time. 28 fungi, . Q t 3 5, ,.ar:5a.zs.5,3, R CURRICULAR 1. David McGee finds the machine shopto bea real challenge. 2. Isaac Pryor finishing up a hard day as a short order cook. 3. Mike Lee learns the art of welding. 4.jerryAshIeyisbusyathisjobas meat cutter. 5. Roddy Rockholt admires the finished product from the body fender repair shop. 6. Daryle Ashford inspects a new arrival. Dawn King demonstrated her abilities as a beginning beautician in Cos- Mrs. Grigg, the teacher, answered a question for janet Davis while metology class. another girl was cutting material. 29 CURRICULAR 1. George Tilson prepares to take attendance as part of his many duties as a Flight Comman- der. 2. Col. Shanklin captures attention of part of the class. 3. Col. William Shanklin. 4. CM X SGT. Burleson. 5. The Fancy Drill Team "gets on down" during a pep rally held in the fall. 2 3 30 ,fy-gpv' 0 it si. fc gi Q T alents, Expressions Show in Art Classes 'sjdmn-u-. 1. Harris Holt turned on the charm as his picture was taken for the 1974-75 Viking. Harris was an outstanding art student. 2. Mr. Williams looks at what appears to be a clay boot during one of the classes he teaches. 3. Mr. Otis Williams is the Art instructor for North Mecklenburg. CURRICULAR 31 CURRICULAR The officers of the Choral Department were: fFront Row2Mr. Pittard, director, Lee Ann Giddings, chorusmistress-Chorus l, lo Van Hoy, Secretary- Choir, Doris Oehler, Chorus Manager-Chorus l, Diane Alexander, Secretary-Choir, Tammera Walker, Chorus Mistress-Chorus ll, lohn Edwards, Chorusmaster-Boys' Ensemble, Tom Ed White, Senior Choirmaster, Roger Mayhew, Secretary-Boys' Ensemble, KBack Row! Lynn Gardner, Secretary-Girls' Ensemble, Becky McConnell, Manager-Girls' Ensemble, Vicki Little, Senior Accompanist-Choir 84 Girls' Ensemble, Leah McConnell, Chorusmistress-Girls' Ensemble, Faye Barnette, Secretary-Chorus Il, Nora Fisher, Manager-Chorus Il, Elaine Berry, Secretary-Chorus l, Tommy Bessellieu, Manager-choir. Mr. Pittard watches intently as a guest speaker from UNC-C leads his class. 32 W' rkr Lyyy VV xx , hz 0 ' Mr. Starnes, a guest speaker from UNC-C leads Mr. Pittard's classes using the contest music. Mr. Michael Pittard CURRICULAR Choral Music Rates Applause The Choral Music Education pro- gram is designed to aesthetically motivate the student and to en- hance his cultural background through the study and performance of choral music. It is in the choral classes that the students get much of the foundation on which to build the practice that takes them to so many concerts. This fall the Choral Department practiced for the Christmas Concert. 33 CURRICULAR Classes, Then Performances There are three classes of band at North, Band I, Blue Notes, and Band lll. Class time is used to practice for outside activities. The hard work that shows on the stage, field, and parade route is produced in class. Music is learned and perfected. Band class is essential to the performance of the Band. 3 1. The North Mecklenburg Band performed for the student body as the cheerleaders con- tributed their part. 2. The band was lining up in anticipation of the beginning of the parade. 3. Mr. Larry Phillips directs all aspects of band at North Mecklenburg. 4. The Band was invited to participate in the parade honoring the Charlotte Hornets. 34 CURRICULAR 1. David Clark and Steve Crocket put good use to music learned in class. 2. Mr. Phillips marched alongthe parade route with the trombone section. 3. Cynthia Cassidy concentrated on her music at the Memorial Stadium game. 4. Band members stop on a New Orleans street to listen to john Osborne play his guitar. 5. The sunny Mardi Gras Day in New Orleans found North Mecklenburg Band members feeling fine. 2 3 ...lk 5 35 CURRICULAR Orchestra Deserves Praise North Mecklenburg's Orchestra has the reputation of being a fine groupof performers.Thisisduetoall of the hard work which goes into their music in class. The Orchestra is supplemented with band members for contests and concerts. The Or- chestra participated in the Christmas Concert and the Spring Concert given by the Music Department. They also went to contest this year. 2 1. Mr. Phillips takes a momentto reflect before pointing out mistakes to the class. 2. The Orchestra is under the direction of Mr. Larry Phillips. 3. Students in Orchestra took delight in having their picture taken!! 4. Elaine Erwin and Ellen Phillips were caught behind the piano keyboard by the photog- rapher. o 36 S CURRICULAR Individual Help Given 2 1. Mr. Thomas jenkins always gave special at tention to the students of the Special Educa tion class. Here he was helping Henry Hoover David Alexander, and Bruce Ranson. 2. Mr. jenkins taught the students of his clas ses important things about thei r home county. 3. Mrs. lane Clapp was one of the Special Edu cation teachers. 4. Mr. Thomas jenkins. -D 0 3 4 ,Q 37 8 CURRICULAR 1. Mrs. Chapman, Mr. Tucker and Mr. Poole settled the inquiry made to the guidance office about class scheduling time. 2. Mrs. Pigg and Mrs. Beard checked a stu- dent's record. 3. Mr. Poole relaxed after a hard day of work. .NX 2 3 Mrs, Phyllis Chapman Mrs. Miriam Forest Mr. William Lee Mr. jimmy Poole Mr. William Tucker 38 in if 'UW MM" ...W CURRICULAR 1. The Media Center is often used by groups when they have a guest speaker. Dudley Flood prepares to address the Student Council. 2. North's Media Center staff smiles broadly while pretending to work as the photographer looks on. 3. One of the machines in the Media Center available to the students is a Xerox machine. Lindalohnston uses itto copy some material to take home. ? o2fwm.. 3 Mrs. Reba Carriker Mrs. Bernice Cherry Mrs. Carolyn Loftis 39 S oph. Must Take Orientation 1. Marilyn Kaylor and William Cochran cannot resist the temptation of looking at the annual photographer as he snaps their picture. 2. As a student looks on, Mrs. Laney tries her hand at role playing. 3. Mrs. Marlene Laney 4. Miss Linda Litaker 5. While doing some role playing in Mrs. Laney's class, Darrell Smith gets his picture snapped while pretending to be Hercules. 3 4 40 SES? Y? e...tes1..sesM.ets,..,.sm,c.e.fy. .. iii CURRICULAR 1. Students in Drivers Education participated in classroom discussion. 2. Mr. Doh rmann, a driver education teacher, gave last minute instructions to a student be- fore driving. 3. Mr. Cherry posed for the camera whiiewait- ing for his trio of students to drive. 4. Preparing for a test drive, Cheryl Auten tightly grips the steering wheel. 5. During class, jimmy Carpenter assisted in constructing a bulletin board on new traffic signs. winn 3 5 41 CURRICULAR Students Grow Mentally Soczally Physzcally Sophomores who are not in the Music program or in R.O.T.C. are re- quired to take physical education. Boys and girls alike seem to enjoy these classes which teach the care and development of the body as well as teaching good sportsmanship. The students learn to follow instructions and play by rules. 1. Miss Michelle Antosek 2. Mr. Willie Campagna 3. Mr. Leroy Holden 4. Miss Lillian Neal 5. Luckilythe Viking photographer was not out front when these girls let fly during an archery class. 6. Some of the girls continue to develop their physical skills by participating in team sports. Here the girls' volleyball team play another school. 42 L 0 X 'E-,aff . CURRICULAR 'E .. r My y 1. In Novemberthe cafeteria staff dressed and decorated the cafeteria in the theme of Thanksgiving. 2. Cafeteria Staff: IFront Row! Virginia Donahue, Hazel Barnette, Martha Brown, Naomi Lee, Ellen jackson, IBack Row! Peggy Fish, Lillie Mumpower, Annie Ruth Little, Bar- bara McGraw, Mary johnson, Florence Ealey, Gladys Cox, Patricia Motley, Alice Bates. 3. Members of the staff worked diligently be- hind the counter serving the students and faculty. 4. Mrs. Virginia Donahue is the head of the cafeteria staff. 1 4 4 X '43 li Ewa JC .t . , tx V x1., . at 5 3 4 43 CURRICULAR Staff Upkeeps House-Grounds 2 1. james Morrison mops C-wing hall shining clean. 2. Mr. Steve Caldwell is the head custodian. 3. CUSTODIANS: CFront Row! Sarah M. Ga- briel, Charles Springs, Larry Thompsong !Back Row! james Morrison, Leonard Ferrell, Mr. Caldwell. 44 nr. M.: 18. S Us : ... .. .. l--.1-. 1 A ,, I N . Q- N , W VS xv Q Q x avi? X s ' Q N Q X' ' . 51'- ., 1 ' ' W' - N . ., Mgfrfwlww' L ' i f f A 9 . wy if M Q UBZMXL ffm, Zim 'sim ESM V' . Aw- -, . ' ,, FQ . il H hw . , M ,, ww 1- ,- ,1 f Wm V , f I 1 iv - WSW? Giiiiiizzf Fw 2 CO-CURRICULAR Council Works Toward Changes With new advisers and a new con- stitution, the student council made changes. lt began with an election of a nine member executive board and plans for further activities. The Stu- dent Council Faculty Committee selected seven students at large to be on the council. This was a change from the home-room presidents au- tomatically becoming part of the council as in the past. Much effort has been put forth to make this new system work. Stu- dents were given chances to express ideas concerning the mascot, and af- terwards an election was held. Other council projects were choosing student-of-the-month, dances and beautification. 1. Mrs. Maye and Mrs. Bratton, student coun- cil advisers, discuss plans of upcoming ac- tivities. 2. INTER CLUB COUNCIL: fFront Row! Delia Neil, President of Civinettes, Carol Bryant, President of Northern Lights Staff, Annette Ranson, President of Health Careers Club, Tracy Asti, President of Project Aries, Bobbi Carter, President of FHA, !Row 22 Tom Ed White, Choirmaster, Mona Brown, Editor of Viking, Lillian Rankin, President of Science Club, Susan Brown, President of DECA, john Edwards, Editor of North Star, Marty Hunt, President of National Honor Society, Mrs. Sara Miller, Adviser, CBack Row! Mary Clark, Presi- dent of Art Club, Stan Bryant, President of Memorial Fund Committee, Tommy jolly, President of Student Council, Scott McClure, President of Red Cross, Nannette Pierce, Pres- ident of Gymnastics Club, Wayne Osborne, President of French Club, Sherri Long, Presi- dent of SAE, Artie Williams, President of SBA and President of Spanish Club, Tim Smith, President of Blue Notes, john Osborne, Presi- dent of Key Club. 3. During his campaign, Tommy jolly discus- sed his platform that led to his being elected Student Council President. gs aft-as A ..:sS3g:-legit? as s Mft- We - -- N .--- New New - F9 aw ef Na kk.. 3 CO-CURRICULAR 1 2 ff li my , A A V W 4VAW 4 - " :r 1'itsff': if . .- .. 'A ,La- me , ' . ess 5 1. Coach Leroy Holden "blushed" as he re- ceived his gift for winning "Mr. Sweet Thing 74-75" . 2. The Student Council presented the new teachers gifts of appreciation during our first pep rally. 3. Rusty Long, a member of the student coun- cil, finishes the bulletin board depicting our school's new mascot. 4. At lunchtime, council members Carol Bryant and Robbie Meachem take nominations for the school mascot. 5. Tommy Rainey and Linda Cavin paint signs for the homecoming game. 47 CO-CURRICULAR 2 4 1. Mona Brown and Sandy Yow compared opinions before making a final decision. 2. Leslie Canady debated over pictures to be used or not to be used. 3. Annual staff members jimmy Ramsey, Mona Brown, Penny Broffman, Linda Gavin, George Tilson, Wyndy Conder and Gwen Gabriel worked hard to meet a deadline. 4. Wyndy Conder went over information be- fore attempting to write identifications. 5. Mark Butler snapped the camera. 6. While correcting mistakes, Linda Gavin identified students at NMI-iS. 48 CO-CURRICULAR Problems Hamper VIKING Sm ff How to Create a headache in three easy steps! We, the annual staff, think we have the answer. Step 1 Don't get to working in high gear until early December due to a delay in student picture taking. Step 2 Miss your second deadline by thirty-eight pages. Step 3 Having to finish your third and final deadline during spring break. The Viking Staff working against time, after school, and on holidays finally get it all together. 3 1. While matching names with faces, David Croce decided who was who. 2. Having been interrupted by the photog- rapher Sherri Long paused momentarily from cropping photographs. 3. Photographer Tracy Asti checked the film before setting the camera. 4. Staff member jimmy Ramsey worked on identifying club pictures for the yearbook. 5. Gwen Gabriel sorted name cards when pre- paring group pictures for layouts. The annual staff and adviser wish to express our appreciation to the faculty and students who helped to make the '75 annual. We espe- cially thank the faculty members who took some pictures for us and those who helped with writing body copy. 49 CO-CURRICULAR orth Star Reports Activities 3 1. john Edwards and john Blackwelder worked on a layout for the North Star. 2. The North Star Staff pretended to work as the annual photographer took their pictures for the Viking. 3. Mrs. Maxwell checked a picture for the lay- out john Edwards was working on. 4. Chuck jones checked out some figures for the North Star as Todd Asti and john Blackwel- der looked on. 50 ix Urns.. 'Q ' 9' CO-CURRICU LAR Pep Rallzes Hzgh lighted 1. As the first pep rally of the '74-75 year got underway the students looked on with antici- pation. 2. North's football team was introduced to the student body in preparation against the West Indians that night. 3, George Tilson, impersonating the new school mascot, showed his fighting school spirit as he goes for Sherry Cantrell who im- personated the Garringer Wild Cat. 4. Mrs. Ellen Johnston proudly posed for a picture after she was announced "Mrs. Tacky Teacher of 1975" at the pep rally. 3. M. Diane Maye, Mrs. Carolyn Loftis, Mrs. lennie Greene, Mrs. Doris Maxwell, Mrs, Es- telle Mott, Mrs. Frances Alcala, Mrs. lean Holtzclaw, Mrs. Marlene Laney, Mrs. Ellen Johnston, Mrs. Sara Miller, Mrs. Bobbie Ross, Mr. Erwin Barron, Mr. Ben Hicks were some of the participants in the Tacky Teacher Day Pep Rally. 2 3 4 5 51 CO-CURRICULAR Banquets Climax French, Latin, Spanish Weeks The French Club conducted sev- eral projects throughout the year. The biggest was French Week held during Mardi Gras in February. The week included doing the morning meditations in French, and a French banquet. Other French Club projects included a flea market, bulletin boards, displays in the library, and Christmas caroling for senior citi- zens. Spanish Week sponsored by the Spanish Club included a Frito Ban- dito Contest, and a Don juan Con- test. The money raised during Spanish week went to a school for disabled children in Arequipa, Peru, Charlotte's Sister City. Spanish Club members also sent Christmas cards to orphans and to a children's hospi- tal in Arequipa. During Pan- American week, the Spanish Club featured guest speakers and a ban- quet. The North Mecklenburg Latin Club is affiliated with the North Carolina junior Classical League and the Na- tional lunior Classical League. North Carolina holds its convention in the if -Mf- 52 spring and the national convention is held during August for one week. ln 1975, the state convention will be in Asheville at U.N.C.-A. North will par- ticipate in academic, art, handicraft, skit and Olympic events as they compete with other Latin Students in North Carolina. A dance and a ban- quet will be two of the highlights of the convention. The National Con- vention will be held at Ball State Uni- versity in Muncie, Indiana and events similar to those at the state conven- tion will be held. Mrs. Lucie Grasset, from Switzerland, was a guest speaker during French Week. CO-CURRICULAR The Don Juan Contest Created Much Interest , ' A 1 1. Mrs. Alcala awarded Charles Smith for winning the title Frito Bandito fDavid Clarkj and was rewarded with a bag of of Don juan, as other Spanish students looked on. Fritos. 2. Eddie Sherwood correctly guessed the identity of the 2 53 CO-CURRICULAR Gifted Students Recognized This year the candidates for the Society will be selected not only on their scholastic rank which must be of a 3-7 point or better, but also on their character, leadership, and loy- alty. Two induction ceremonies were held this year-one in early fall for only eligible seniors and one in the spring for both juniors and seniors. The Society sponsored Tom Ed White and Larry Bliss for the National Scholarship. lt hoped to raise money for a scholarship to be awarded within the school. To raise such Ken Andrews Mike Auten Tommy Besselieu Stan Bryant Cindy Campbell Chris Canady Boyce Chambers Sandy Davis Freida Dellinger Sissy Kelton Randy Mayes Ea rl ette Mays Leah McConnell David Orren john Osborne Stella Parker Ellen Phillips john Ratliff Noel Rhodes Mary Simpson Tim Smith lonny Stroud Beverly Taylor Teresa Todd Artie Williams 54 funds the Society planned to write, direct and produce a show. Page 54 is given over to those stu- dents ofthe National Honor Society who advance concern for honor and scholastic achievement. To honor these students we are picturing here all of those members for whom we could find pictures. We regret to say that we failed to picture every member because your picture had been used already elsewhere in the book and time did not permit us to obtain another. 1 2 1. Marty Hunt is the president of the Society. 2. Mette Andersen, the foreign student, is an honorary member of the Society. CO-CURRICULAR Reception Given Teachers The S.A.E. hosted their annual Student 1 Teacher Reception honor- ing the Student Teachers. The club, formerly known as the Future Teachers of America, also sponsored a Teacher Appreciation Week in which each homeroom presented their teacher with a gift. S.A.E. week this year was topped with a Powder-Puff football game which pitted the junior girls against the Senior girls. The club continued in its effort to get a student on the School Board. 3 1. The Student Teachers tleftto rightl Mr. Frye, Miss Corbin, Mr. Hicks, Miss Hartley, Mr. Bar- ron, Mrs. Cunningham, listen to comments made by Tim Smith. 2. Mrs. Dorothy Bratton was adviser of the S.A.E. 3. Mrs. Rhodes began the introduction of the Student Teachers at the Student Teacher Re- ception. 4. The Teachers' Christmas Party may be one incentive for prospective teachers. 55 CO-CURRICULAR The FHA is a national organization, founded in 1945 to help youth in areas of personal growth, family life, vocation preparation, and commun- ity involvement. Fifty-four girls joined. HERO is a sub-chapter of FHA, HERO had a booth to place second in the Fair, helped the COO Club com- pile a cookbook for saleg constructed Screen Covers for Health Occupa- tions class, members attended the State Rally in Raleigh, and made field studies. 'I 1. Mr. john Burch, Coordinator of Business Education of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, talked with a student while Mrs. Kel- ler, adviser of the COO Club, looked in admi- ration at the cookbook being dedicated. 2. Mrs. Bobbie Ross, adviser of HERO-FHA, checked with the girls to be sure refreshments 56 3 were ready for the dedication. 3. Mr. Clifford Moses, Director of Occupa- tional Education, talked with Gwen Cooper and Cathy Carroll at the dedication. 4. Teresa Ford served punch at the cookbook dedication. 85 is sir 1223? is CO-CURRICULAR Worthy Activity is Clubis' Goal Early in the school year the DECA Club held two official contests: Miss DECA and the job interview contest. Girls were judged on their interviews and selling ability, and Miss Brenda Childress was selected Miss DECA. Miss Margaret Bender was winner of the job interview contest, being judged on an interview and an appli- cation. The DECA Club hosted the Char- lotte District meeting at North. 1 l l C 3 1. Mr. Deal helped paint cabinets in his classroom. 2. Scott McClure, past vice president, installs 1975 officers: Sammy Buchanan, parliamentarianp Brenda Childress, historian, Lisa Henderson, sec. !treas., Sherry Cantrell, vice president, Susan Brown, president. 3. Brenda Childress painted window sills. 4. Former D.E. student and now operations officer at Metrolina National Bank, Carl M. Troutman was guest speaker at the installation ceremony. 57 CO-CURRICULAR During our pep rally on December 13, 1974 the first signs of our new mascot appeared. He made his debut in a dance performed to kill the wild cat from Garringer. George Tilson played the Viking and Sherry Cantrell played the Wildcat. Northiv New Mascot Makes Grand Entrance 58 1 1. lCT Officers of 1974-75 were: Kerry Edwards, Publicity Chairman, Isaac Pryor, Treasurer, Luther Barnette, Presidentp Daryl Wiggins, Vice-president, Perry Deaton, Secretary. 2. The FFA decorated their door, as did all 2 other clubs and homerooms, at Christmas time. 3. Mr. Leroy Wynn is the adviser of the FFA Club. CO-CURRICULAR Clubs Develop Leadership The aim of the VICA Club was to promote leadership which gives each memberafeeling of belonging to the activities of the school. The VICA Club was a very active club at North this year, initiating those projects which would reach their aim. They enjoyed social functions as well as doing work projects. The club mem- bers invited many guest speakers to speak to their club. The FFA was an up-and-coming club, too. lts principal aim was the development of agricultural leader- ship, cooperation, and citizenship. lts membershipwas 64strong, and all eager to enter the many contests being held in the different branches of agriculture. The Father-Student Awards Banquet and Educational Farm Tours were highlights for the club. ...jf 3 59 CO-CURRICULAR I Active in School, Community The Health Careers Club, an out- growth of the Health Careers class, was organized to be of service to the school and community. North's club had a community sponsor in the Woman's Auxiliary of Huntersville. Projects ofthe club were varied in nature, some of which were sponsor- ing a boy at the Boys' Home at Christmas, holding a see-saw marathon to raise money, selling doughnuts, and helping handicap- ped children to swim. 60 1. Mrs. Maxine Deal, adviser, helped Charlotte McCraw ice a cake to serve at the dedication ceremony. 2. Mrs. Shirlene Grigg, a Home Economics teacher, observes while further work was being done to get refreshments ready. 3. Here is displayed one of the screens made by and given to the Health Careers Room by some HERO-FHA girls. 41193 Qg5.,....i..i...s :1,1i?555.i,. :2. ,.,. W .,,.. .M V,h. krrrrh K ,..V at .. .. . ij ..rk 1.-.f k"' r ig.. k,f' - - .----. . .-,is K a 'N .Q t . .I Qs C' -A V -Q rafts ,Q . V 3.5 h P. S Q .. Q - Q, .1 L J. i V' 'kg . Q fx -5. k,V -. A .. . J S., ' ' . . Q Ss S' : K, 1 .2 1 - ' 515- -as .- ' - gm! z, - . r t s .Li if r Q . K, .Cs E .-. .. X .. b it t . r . S: ff . m :::5.1g 2. Q li ie, N . . S rs ' S - ffwl K --, .. ear .... . , mi f . ..-r . 1 Fi :gg .K K f K: . as ft ' .-. in 5? Q 9 st X isis ,sgfrielis Sig, SMS! .. i A Qgiggfg ggi 3 r f tt sit, l sr- rg if at Q Q M Ni 5 ,Q E 3-sr., si wi it 5 I SQ 2 f K We f 1 EE? fl ,355 giliffgl . tr sr' v s r 5 'X ' 5' P5 Y 5 t t QSM t r ar tr tt .: g V59 1 W, K as -tr? K Q or if is 3 i gggws.. +21 im-W .tr . .5 :gs if W My gm N K N fm, S xx Wa vpn: M it tatirtrrr 5 . ---N . I r. .t W l :. ..: 'Q' .. sri - M-'rsrvffaff-M-tra... fracas : sz X f u teglgwgs is -- ...welt I t Sig - E::.:.: . s ggffgmg-iQ:.g Q CO-CURRICULAR Needy amzlzes Rememberedg Blood Donors Give The Red Cross Club at North is a part of the Nationally organized Red Cross and its main purpose is helping others. Annually the members head the Thanksgiving and Christmas Projects, collecting food to distribute to the proper families of the com- munity. Early in the school year the mem- bers head the Blood Donating Drive urging North's students to partici- pate. ln February the Red Cross held a fund raising drive and gave recogni- tion tothe Homeroom donating the most money. S . , . Len ggttangcslpgenlgzesident of the Red Cross went to Swe- for the.Red Cross to give to needy families at Thanksgiving e summer to represent the Red Cross. H L d C T ' l 2 The Student Council madea special effort to collect food Coegstilg t?1e?grf-1:5 sg,T,TtlLgfilney and Cmdy Campbell are 61 CO-CURRICULAR The Key Club is a service organiza- tion made up of selected young men of the student body. One of the hardest clubs to get into, the Key Club requires a student to be nomi- nated by a member ofthe club or by a teacher. The prospective member then goes through an interview, after which the entire club decides if he is accepted. 1. Key Club interviews have some fun things in them as well as being serious. Here Randy Beard conducts as Mark Brown, Ronnie Ashmore, Donald Hampton, and Todd Asti perform. 2. Keith Cross, George Tilson, and David Simms discussed a prospective member with Mr. McDonald, their adviser. 3. No, Rock Picard was not judging a hairy legs contest. He was simply asking these Key Club inductees a question. 4. The North Mecklenburg "Spirit Rock" pro- vided bythe Key Club was putin place by Moss Trucking Company. 62 FN it-'QW 'U' .ffl CO-CURRICULAR 3 1. Renee Walker, Cheryl Wilson, Ellen Phillips, Sherri Long, and Noel Rhodes perform inthe welcoming parade for the Charlotte Hornets. 2. Debbie Smith, Terri Cook, Debbie Hill, Kim Holbrook, and Beverly Taylor displayed their majorette talents during a North home game. 3. Renee McClure participated in lettergirl ac- tivities at a North football game in Memorial Stadium. 4. Kim Holbrook demonstrated her talents for twirling a fire-tipped baton at a North football game. 5. Beth McConnell showed determination as she performed at a pep rally in the North stadium. 63 CO-CURRICULAR Band Proud of New Uniforms 1. Straightening their ranks and files, the Marching Band awaited the signal to begin the parade. 2. Beth McConnell doesn't seem to mind hold- ing her flag high while waiting on the Drum Major's whistle. 3. Robert Kerns led the band as drum major this year. - M , 1 """h 3 64 CO-CURRICULAR 1974-1975 was an important year to Marching Band members. They started marching season in new red-white-and-blue uniforms which hard labor from previous years made possible. Another first for the Marching Band was a trip to the Mardi Gras in New Orleans. They were honored with being the lead band in the King Zeus Parade. The band spent four fun-filled days on their trip and are ready for more such trips. The Blue Notes attended a work- shop in Chapel Hill for stage bands in February. The Blue Notes were kept busy with performing engagements. The Concert Band held two con- certs this year as usual. The Christ- mas Concert and the Spring Concert were done in conjunction with the Orchestra and the Choir. 1. Tracy Asti snapped a shot of the whole band during the Hornet's parade. 2. The marching band begins the parade route at the Charlotte Hornet's parade. 3. Richard lefferies heads toward the stadium for the first pep rally in which the band per- formed in their new uniforms. 4. Rodney Hammond let his music control him during the parade. 3 4 65 CO-CURRICULAR Concerts, Contests Rewarding On March 7, 1974 North Mecklen- burg High School was represented in the N.C. State Choral Festival by the Girls' Ensemble, the Boys' Ensemble, and the Choir. These Choral Groups earned nine straight superior rating performances. This was the second time in the history of North High this had been done. In February of this school year at the Choral Festival in Charlotte, simi- lar superior ratings were repeated by the Choral Groups. The Choral Groups are kept busy during the year entering choral contests and giving concerts, which are greatly enjoyed by the audiences. Singing at Gradua- tion is the school year's grand finale. 1. The Choral Department presented gifts to Mr Pittard and his family at 1974 Spring Concert 2. The 1974 Spring Concert was given by the Choral Department 66 CO-CURRICULAR Clubis Activity Culminate in Service to Others 1 2 Mint., The Civinettes, a service club here at North is open to anyone who desires to work with them. This year's club was a large and active group. Their projects were many and varied. Projects include feeding patients at Hun- tersville Hospital, sponsoring safety week at the elementary schools.They also sponsoran orphan. 1. The adviser of the Civinettes is Mrs. Diane Maye. 2. Delia Neil was the president. 3. fFrontRowJ Cindy Falandyz, Vice-presidentg Delia Neil, Presidentg joy Van Hoy, Chaplaing IBack Row! Sissy Kelton, Secretaryp Irma Vance, Sergeant-at-Armsg Cindy Campbell, Treasurer. 3 67 CO-CURRICULAR Boosters Push School Spirit 1. The Booster Club sponsored the Homecom- ing Program. Pictured here is the Arch that the Booster Club members made. 2. The Booster Club members decorated the wall in the gym with the basketball players' names and numbers. They made the mustang, too, because it was the night we played Myers Park. 3. Earlier in the year the club had put names and numbers of the football teams on a wall in the student lounge. 68 RY-..Cc,,,,..-w"'fk 0 X . xw"'-fffjj.i'ff,,, e is -qs Nm Q f-,.. ut. M, . P4 ef. We wtgsigll CO-CURRICULAR PTA Active, School Benefits As in the year prior to this one the P.T.A. did not hold consecutively monthly meetings. The first meeting was "Open House" which is a get- aquainted-meeting for students, pa- rents, and teachers. The P.T.A. spon- sored the Miss North Mecklenburg Pageant in the autumn. Plans were made to hold the annual bar-b-que the twelfth of April. This is the money-making project sponsored by the P.T.A. 3 1. Mrs. Sue jones, Mrs. Annie Sue Phifer, Mrs. Linda Lineberger, and Mrs. Sylvia Caudle seemed happy to pose for the photographer at "Open House" . 2. Some officers of the P.T.A. were: Mrs. De- lores Bridgeman, First Vice-president, Mrs. Sara Hathcock, Historian, Mrs. Marian Beard, Secretaiyp Mrs. Ann McClure, President. 3. At the refreshment table Mr. Goforth takes a cup while Coach Campagna pours cream and Mrs. Miller takes a napkin. 4. At "Open House" on P.T.A. night Miss Litaker reminded Bobby Dove that she would see him in class next day. 69 CO-CURRICULAR FBLA Achieve State and National Recognition 1. Deborah Merck is the State FBLA treasurer, and she, along with Mrs. Keller, are members of the N.C. FBLA Executive Council. 2. janet Benton and Cathy Walters are holding the awards for both the state and National March-of-Dimes for the year 1973-74. 3. Here's What's Cooking is a cook book com- piled by members ofthe HERO-FHA and the COO Clubs. Deborah Merck and Vickie Leagon are looking at one of the cook books. 1 4 70 4. Last spring the North FBLA was named the Chapter-of-the-year for 1973-74. Kathy Davis is holding the plaque they received. 5. These are the FBLA officers: tFront Rowj Starr Bartlett, Historian, Vickie Leagon, Re- cording Secretaryg tRow 25 Debbie Lackey, Corresponding Secretary, jeff Bonds, Vice- President, lBack Rowj Deborah Merck, Treas- urerg Nickie Fetterson, Reporter, Randy Brown, President. The goal of the FBLA is to prepare members for leadership and employment in the business world. Success in attaining this goal came as a result of the careful planning and much hard work by both the adviser and the members. 2 3 5 CO-CURRICULAR 1.MikeWeaverand Scott MacCallumare hold- ing the 1973-74 Annual Activities Report, in which the North Chapter ranked sixth in the nation. 2. jeff Bonds and Randy Brown viewed the National Gold Seal Award, which named North's FBLA one of the most outstanding clubs in the state. 3. jeff Bonds, a member in the COO class, is seated at an electronic calculator. 4. These students are ready for the installation ceremony: tFront Rowj Starr Bartlett, Vickie Leagon, tBack Rowj jeff Bonds, Nickie Patter- son, Deborah Merck, Debbie Lackey, Randy Brown. 5. Cheryl Bennett and Pam Wilson displayed the 1973-74 Annual Activities Report Award. 6. Mrs. joyce Keller, adviser, is the North Carolina State FBLA adviser. .H 221 4 71 CO-CURRICULAR The Memorial Fund Committee is an organization whose main purpose is to raise money for scholarships for North's college bound students. lt was founded in 1970 at the death of two North students. The money itself cannot be withdrawn, but the in- terest is used annually for scholar- ships. Twenty north students were selected to be the 1974-75 Memorial Fund Committee. They have or- ganized and headed the money- raising projects which included a stationery sale, the fall fling, a sock hop, a donation drive, Memorial Fund week, and a bar-b-que in con- junction with the P.T.A. to be held in April. Much School Activity Aids lliemorial Fund 2 X ifhffigfii st sig ' L K 2. .91 Hx f . .,., , .I . Ya f I 5 22555 -, , . . . .. .Q 5 as hifi 3 1. At the pep rally, Delia Neil skipped out with 2. Ata pep rally, lo Van Hoy represented some vertised the band that was to play at the Sock fall leaves to carry out the Theme of the "Fall of the festivities to be at the "Fall Fling" . Hop. The money taken in at the door was do- Fling" . 3. At the Fall Fling Pep Rally, Tommy jolly ad- nated to the Memorial Fund. 72 x w - . ..,1 nm X R R VK N.. x X. V x NWA' 1 x' Lxff' QQ 'x Tyfa SPORTS Cheerleaders Show Spirit North's Varsity and junior Varsity Cheerleaders elected in the Fall have attempted to stimulate school spirit in various ways. To begin the year they went to camp at UNC Chapel Hill where they learned new methods of cheering. Their main project for the year was new un- iforms for both squads. They worked hard selling cup cakes at the football games, football jerseys and suckers to get the money needed. ln all, the year was a big success. 1. Last year's cheerleaders led the students at the first pep rally, because the 1974-75 elec- tions had not been held. 2. Leslie Yandle seems otherwise occupied as varsity cheerleaders practice. 3. loan Saunders, head of the varsity cheer- leading squad, announces cheers at the first pep rally of the school year. 4. Varsity cheerleaders boost spirit at North's first pep rally of the basketball season. 74 J. V. if Support School 1. Lisa Falandysz and Terry Morgan displayed their spirit during junior Varsity try outs in the Fall. 2. junior Varsity cheerleaders practiced before a game in the Student Lounge. 3. Varsity and junior Varsity cheerleaders stood at attention as the Seniors marched in. 2 75 SPO RTS Varsity Shows Improvement The '74 Varsity Football Squad opened its season with a loss to Gar- ringer in Memorial Stadium. North's first win came in a 17-0 victory over Olympic. North chalked up another win at Homecoming, with a 13-7 vic- tory over West Mecklenburg. The last game, against Ashbrook, ended in a 14-14 tie, closing the season with a 2-2-5 overall record. North's new coach, Mr. Willy Campagna, with much enthusiasm and talent, helped the varsity squad overcome many problems. lf no- thing else, he raised the moral of the teams and the school. 3 1. Frank Barbee 1513, Bobby Howard 1763,Tony Knox 1653, closed in as Hardy Shoe 1803, and Louis Woodley 1723 watched. 2. Gerald Carr 1183 pitched downfield as New- ton Williams 1343 came around the end to help Tony Knox 1653 take care of his man. 3. Louis Woodley 1723 and Pete Farrell 1173 closed in to keep the Patriots from a sure six points. 4. Newton Williams 1343 and Pete Farrell 1173 made the stop for the Vikings. 76 S PORTS 1. Gerald Carr U89 looking downfield as Robert Scales Q97 leads the blocking. 2. Head coach for the Vikings, Will Campag- na, who in the words of one player, has made the Vikings "confident winners." 3. Tony Knox 1657, and other players watched as the first down is measured off. 4. Kevin Swanson 1823, Gerald McGraw C665 went for the ball after Robert Scales 1291 fum- bles. 1 2 3 4 77 SPORTS New Coach Highlights l Football Season 1. Hardy Shoe i803 and teammate Matt Bir- mingham C72l prepare to aid the Viking de- fense. 2. Robert Scales 6293, carrying the ball for North, is tackled as Lamar Chapman looks on. 3. Randy Bolton C221 comes down on the pile. 4. jimmy Davidson 1715, Tony Knox 1655, and Lamar Chapman 4527 get ready to protect quar- terback Pete Farrell 4173. 1 3 2 4 78 S PO RTS 1. The Ashbrook offense made a vain attempt to keep North's defense from getting through to their ball handler. 2. North players showed their concern as they see that thei rteammate might have suffered an injury. 3. Rusty Hager 4193 dropped back to hit his receiver for more yardage in the game against Ashbrook. 4. john Graham C723 dropped this Ashbrook ballcarrier to the ground as another of our players moved in to lend a hand if the need arose. 5. The North defense completely blanketed the unfortunate Ashbrook ball handler. 3 4 79 SPORTS Ulympic too Strong for North in Tournament 1. Keith Springs ties up the game with his foul shots. 2. In pre-game warm up, Rusty Cross goes for a lay up. 3. Grover Rivens passes off the ball to a team member as North sets up for a basket. 2 80 The North varsity basketball team was under the direction of a new head coach this year, Leroy Holden, last year's l.V. coach. The Viking season opener was a close 67-66 win over West Charlotte. Unfortunately, North recorded only two more wins throughout the re- mainder of the season. In the Divi- sion 10 Tournament, North com- peted against Olympic during the first round of play. The Vikings were in control most of the game until the beginningofthe fourth quarterwhen the Trojans broke loose. The game ended with North suffering a 75-71 loss which caused them to finish the season with a 3-19 overall record and a 1-11 in division 10 play. N l 'l I I 3 S PO RTS 1. Larry Long gains control of the tip off for North. 2. The Vikings' new head coach was Leroy Holden. 3. Members ofthe Varsity team were, Donald Hampton, Managerg Todd Scotty Tyrone Brandong Donnie Leaky Martin Rivensy Pete Farrellp Grover Rivensg fRow22 Coach Holdenp Larry Longg Keith Springsg Newton Williamsp Ervin McKinleyg Howard Statong john Ratliffp Felton Carry Rusty Crossp Darrell Berry, Man- ager. 2 3 81 S PO RTS orth Played Under New Name ,, , H Q,1,,,f,,.., H M q,Kh,,, ., . , , - r 4 1 82 2 3 1. Grover Rivens goes for a lay up against 3. Varsity basketball players, Donnie Leak, Ashbrook. Pete Farrell, Rusty Cross, Felton Carr, wait 2. Pete Farrell showed the grace of taking a while the team was announced. foul shot. S PO RTS Team Ciiiieheei Div. 110 Title 2 3 1. An anxious crowd looked on as members of the junior Varsity basketball squad were intro- duced. 2. Gerald Carr concentrated on his shot at the line. 3. junior Varsity coach, Carroll Mizelle, an- 4 nounced his team to the student body ata pep rally. 4. Wyatt Chase 4245 guarded his man as Graylon Wallace 1223 prepared to pass to Lamar Chapman. The IV basketball team picked up a new head coach this year, Carroll Mizelle of the Math Department. Coach Mizelle replaced Leroy Hol- den who now headsthe varsityteam. The junior Vikings finished with a 15-13 overall record. They clinched the Division 10 title with an 11-1 record in conference play. ln the IV tournament, North went to the finals against Hunter Huss, los- ing in overtime by a basket scored at the sound of the buzzer. The final score was 56-54. 83 SPORTS Another Good Year The North Mecklenburg wrestling team has picked up its second win- ning season in eleven years. These two winning seasons which placed back-to-back came under the leader- ship of Gary Wortman. North had its strongest group ofgrapplers in years, sending one member, john Labban, to the state tournament in Winston- Salem. The team had two first place winners in the Olympic tournament: Louis Woodley and Sherwood Ran- kin. This yearfs team placed third in the conference with a record of seven wins, one tie, and three losses. 1. Sherwood Rankin really worked match at Harding his adversary over in the unlimited 4. jimmy Davidson a junior wres weight class. tled in the 185 pound class and 2. Ricky Rudisill moved after his op- worked hard to put his opponent on ponent during his bout with Hard- his back ing. 5. Rick Ranson worked to get be 3. Daniel Hefner worked hard to hind his man for 2 points keep his man on the mat during his 84 SPO RTS 2 1. Louis Woodley had his hand raised by the referee to formalize his win in the match against the Rams. 2. Members of the wrestling team include: fFront Rowl Steve Wallin, jeff Humble, john Labban,Thomas Hager,Tim Fisher, David Phil- lips, Eddie Sherwood, fRow 23 Robbie McWhorter, Audie Belk, Charles Smith II, Scott Brumley, Rick Ranson, David Birming- ham, Kevin Swanson, fBack Rowj Wayne Taylor, assistant coach, Sherwood Rankin, Louis Woodley, Daniel Hefner, jimmy David- son, Ricky Rudisill, Ben Davis, Gary Wortman, coach. 3. lohn Labban is just before pinning his op- ponent for a big 6 points. 85 S PO RTS Swimmers Go to State Meet Due to lack of facilities at North Mecklenburg, McCrory YMCA and Davidson College served as practice areas. Mrs. Mary Ann Taylor, last year's girls' coach, took over the boys' team too. The swim team finished out the season with a 3-5 record. They also finished the First Annual North Mecklenburg Invita- tional Swim Meet at UNC-C in 3rd place. With a large amount of sophomores and juniors returning, the swim teams should finish next year with an improved record. 86 K " " f f ' , V ' ' "W fwfme , W 'ff2a!,,f2,-,5'i'f.' 'E -:g'ff?3,VgL,i:f3' f . rf , - . , L 5, tw - .. . W L, 4 k V r ' Y 1 fifefa, ,Q , , 4 ,,,f.f,s,4g,,,f,,f,g. ,.,,f A , ,,,fa..fs.f.t, 1 f , ' K N' 1' 'V H r 112+ s"' '- , lb , , gy 4 1, ,ff ir!! , I Ji Q, lg I A W' W fi 'i" , W' , we ,. . , dv W 19' 'W ' an V 4 vw. T' 'iff 'V i 4 W are 'it W 2 1. janet Taylor, the girls' swim team captain and a consistent swimmer, does the butterfly stroke in the first leg of her specialty, the 200 Individual Medley KIMJ. 2. Randy Beard, a junior swimmer this year, does the butterfly stroke as he warms up before a swim meet. 3. Stan Bryant, the co-captain of the swim team, showed his diving ability as he performed in exhibition at the North Mecklenburg Swimming Invitational. SPORTS New Things Come to orth lt has been said that time changes everything.Whether this old adageis true or not, some new things did come by North this year. Three or four of these we have pictured here. 4 1. Robert Kerns and Steve Matney head toward the football stadium in their NEW UNIFORMS to practice before the game. 2. The cheerleaders led a cheer in their NEW UNIFORMS. 3. The NEW SCHOOL SPIRIT ROCK was un- loaded from the truck donated by Moss Truck- ing Co. The rock, donated by the Key Club, was unloaded by McLeod Crane and Rigging Co. 4. Rusty Long admired the bulletin board which had the NEW SCHOOL MASCOT on it. 87 SPORTS ig 1. As jimmy Warlick exerted great effort at batting, Michael Stinson came in from 3rd dur- ing the first game of the season. 2. David Waymer and team mates, Dale Sims, and Todd Burris watch for the umpire's call. 3. Todd Burris got a hit, as team mates cheered him on. 4. Michael Stinson watched the outfield as he ran to second base. 2 rill - as t ,V 'M -fkfmm as 4 l T it Q ik . K T ww .-K ' V' - -N -A-A 1--f -' -' SPORTS 1. Dale Sims bit the dust as he was called safe at home plate during North's first game with East Mecklenburg. 2. Mixed emotions appeared on the faces of the crowd as they watched North devastate East Mecklenburg. 3. Coach Holden displayed intense concent- ration as North battled East. 4. Star pitcher, jimmy Warlick, curtsied on the mound, as Andy Greer awaited the outcome. 5. Andy Greer appeared ready and waiting for the opportunity to steal second base. W A,,,,fwf'---q..,,QMmMwW 2 3 4 5 89 SPO RTS Holden New Baseball Coach North posted a 9-10 season under the new head baseball coach, Leroy Holden. Coach Holden, last year's j.V. coach, took over after the depar- ture of former coach Bill Ross. North opened its season with five straight wins,the first coming against East Mecklenburg. North exploded for Seven runs in the first two in- nings. Leading the strong hitting at- tack were David McClure who was 3 for 3 and Mike Stinson who was 2 for 3. The varsity starters were Sims, catcher, Warlick, pitcher, Burris, first base, Stinson, second base, Greer, shortstop, Rivens, third base, and Poteat, McClure, and Nelson, outfield. The l.V. baseball team, under the direction of coach Gary Wortman, finished with a winning 7-5 season. Coach Wortman, until this year, had been the j.V.'s assistant coach. 1. Todd Burris concentrates on reaching first base before the ball. 2. Randy Crowe, the l.V. catcher, looked straight ahead as he waited for the pitch. 90 L. , ftykifii YP" 3 5. W- i ,, . 5. Sf' is 55' . -1 , gay! Q l Q ly' 1 V' ' '23 Q T is P' Til?-V" Q ua ,R .i x. 1: .1 Kg was qv 53 ,Y 'fit 1 -'Xb ,W is .. ' - ,. ,N ,.,, , :.,, .. L A, Lmfhlm , .A - :Es 1' 1 , ,x Fissxpf I it-M' -1 sggaft w ig ff .- -Q gevj-is--.34 NN- my 'L " A f . 'S ' K-'Q' sf -A .. .. mi il 'Win - ,,,,.,..,,,. ,N f"""3.f'5f .. lmM.-Q..ma Wtwmwww -ww. X '-Riff" '32-'W ?ii"f.:4e:?4 wg. tv 1' -f :t:"?'i.i- A -""'5 .3m . nmX """' 'M' V k J 'fi f Q- .M-:Qt .k..51f5f.- g.g.:+3t,.g,..- ' ' .- 1 ' f'S"."-7 sifim fs?-s 52 A555615 Wt jliff' ' 14 mi' . .. ,. .. ft . . . ' I : 4 W-ff? . as - J 1. A T - if-,:a,..f. .--.,75-.t.:g.j,k-K th K.. - -1.:.1g- fx 'W-ri 4' as W at viii Q it. tw SPORTS Golf Team 3rd in Division 10 The Golf team was third in the final Division 10 standing with a 23-16 record. Coach Mack Haynes' team was only a few points behind second place West Mecklenburg. There were many outstanding gol- fers on North's team. Tim Moser was the only North golfer to win in a divi- sion match, shooting a 74. Gardner Brown won the Golfing Sportsman- ship Award, and T. McLeod won the Most Valuable Player Award. 'if f fl lill t 3 1. T. McLeod, North's Most Valuable Player, demonstrated his golfing skills for the camera. 2. Tim Moser really got into the concentration of the game. 3. Gardner Brown showed good form as he prepared to hit the ball. 91 - - .sw .V-fgsmm i -. --1 -f.,. -V L.--- ...- .- ff--- L-,. tiff --wmwr.wf- . SPORTS The tennis team, coached by Mr. McDonald, finished its '74 season 2nd in Division 10, and 4th in the Southwestern 4-A conference, with 8 wins and 4 losses. The team had the best win-loss percentage of any pre- vious tennis team at North. 1. L. Stacks was the number one player for his 3rd consecutive year. 1 2 3 1. Members of the girls' varsity tennis team were: CBack Rowh Michele Antosek, Coach, lane Gamble, Mary Mig Smith, Debra Dickson, Wendy Bryant, tFront Rowl Marilyn Kaylorp Theresa Garrison, Carol Stilwell, Mary Ellen Eaker. 2. Aftera hard fought match, Robert Goodman, Tim Wilson, and Coach Gerald McDonald reviewed the statistics. 3. Tim Wilson took time to pose for the photographer before participating in a tennis match. 4. Todd Asti showed determination in his serve. 93 SPORTS Voile y Ball, -North -First A new addition this year to North's athletic roster was an all-girl vol- leyball team. The girls started off with great inspirations as the result of de- feating the Olympic Trojan girls in the first home game of the season. The rest of the season was not quite as spirit-boosting, howeverp but the girls are already planning a strong comeback for next year. 1. Coach Cochran poses for the camera, along with co-captai ns of the cross country team, leb Blackwell and john Battle. 2. Coach Cochran watched some of the mem- bers ofthe cross country team practice. Members of the girls' volleyball team: KBack Row! janet Taylor Cathy Walters Wyndy Conder Tammy Stinson janet Goodwin Ann Parker Debbie Hill, Mary Ellen Eaker, Pam Reames, fFrontRow1 Michele Antosek sponsor Debra Dickson lane Gamble Donna Blackwelder 94 .51 . m.. 'lm li ligwfjk 3 SPO RTS Track Team Sets Records North's track team placed in the middle of our conference while qual- ifying two men for the regional and sectional meets. These same two men set new records at the Division 10 meet held at Myers Park. Donald Henderson set a new record in the 100 yard dash with a time of 9.9 sec- onds while Ricky lackson set a new record in the mile with a time of 26.6 seconds. 2 1. Ricky Stilwell proved that flying can be done if one holds his mouth just the right way as he tackles the broad jump. 2. Loren Greenwell and john Battle displayed unlimited skill and grace as they competed in hurdle-jumping. 3. Ricky jackson, star competitor in the one- mile run, made everything look soooo easy! 4. "You better look out 'cause here I come!" shouted George Graham as he participated in the pole vaulting division. 95 Some Sports Scores VARSITY FOOTBALL VARSITY BASEBALL TENNIS TEAM Garringer 13 .... .... .... N o rth 2 East Mecklenburg 5 ..... ....... N orth 8 Hickory 5 ..,,...,. North 4 Myers Park 7 .... . .North 7 South Mecklenburg 0 ... ...North 4 Garinger 2 .......... ...North 7 Olympic 0 ...... ...North 17 Garinger 0 ......,.... .... N orth 6 East Mecklenburg 9 ... ...North 0 Harding 19 .......... .... N orth 0 South 2 ...........,... ..... N orth 5 Harding 0 ............. ...North 9 West Charlotte 8 ...... .... N orth 3 West Mecklenburg 3 .... .... N orth 11 West Mecklenburg 0 .... . . .North 9 West Mecklenburg 7 .North 13 East Mecklenburg 8 .. ...North 6 Hunter Huss1 ........ .... N orth 8 Independence 7 .... . .North 0 Asheville 2 ........ .... N orth 0 West Charlotte 0 .... ...North 9 Asheville 20 ...... .North 12 Olympic 3 ..... ..... N orth 8 Independence 4 ........ . . .North 5 Ashbrook 14 .... ...North 14 Ashbrook 7 .... .... N orth 14 South Mecklenburg 5 Nortlpi 4 Myers Park 2 . . . .... North 1 Meyers Par 6 ........ ...Nort 3 Harding 2 ..... ...North 1 Olympic 2 .......... ...North 7 L V. FOOTBALL Garinger 8 ........... .... N 0I'll'1 6 Asheville 3 U , North 6 Independence 3 ........ .... N orth 2 Garmger 14 N0rth13 West Mecklenburg 8 .... .... N orth 0 Myers Park -M' I H H" .N0rth 8 Asheville 1 ........... .... N orth 8 GIRLS' SWIM TEAM 74-75 Olympic 6 -H . North 13 Olympic 0 ""' "" N orth 4 Hardin 0 """' 5 'North 34 Ashbrook 3 .... .... N orth 0 NORTH OPPOSITION West Cgharlotte . . . ..... North 12 Il:l4Yf'g? Parg 5 ' ' ' ' ' ' Nicrtrlih Z MHICISOEY West Mecklenbur 7 ... ..... North 14 ar 'ng " "" Olfgan on Independence 12g .... .... N orth 36 East'-Hgfglyton Ashbrook 34 ....... ..... N orth 12 , L V. BASEBALL 37 East Lincolnton 30 181 174 Garinger 0 ............ .... N orth 10 I- V- BASKETBALL West Mecklenburg 2 ... ...North 9 Olympic 10 .......... .... N orth 7 NORTH MECKLENBURG INVITATIONAL West Charlotte 56 ----------'-- North 31 Myers Park 11 . . . .... North 12 svviM MEET Garlnger 76 -"""' -North 65 Harding 11 .... .... N orth 12 West Charlotte 50 .... ..... N orth 44 Garinger 12 '--.,..- ...L N orth 2 GIRLS' TEAM PLACED ZND Gafingef 54 ---------- ----- N OVW 64 Independence 6 ...... .... N orth 7 BOYS' TEAM PLACED 3 RD 539 tMrjCk:jnbEfS 320- -- ---Holm West Mecklenburg 14 ... ....North 1 95. ec en UFS -'-- H' Of South Mecklenburg 4 ... .... .North 5 Hardmg 66 ---'------- -"-- N Offh 76 Olympic 2 ........... .... N orth 11 Bovs' SWIM TEAM 74-75 OlYmP'C 44 --'-----' ---- N Ofth 60 Myers Park 7 ....... ....North 5 Asheville 38 ........ .North 48 Harding 9 H. .-.. North 3 NORTH OPPOSITION lndependiTceb48 . . NNorthh 23 Hickory 63 liVE1BMelf4fn wg 52 H" "'N0rlh 45 33 Shelby 47 S F00 .......... ..... O F 23 Mor anton 56 - WRESTLING 74-75 g FAa"d'n?J 5E 45 "-'--- lllorltlp' 47 East Lincolnton 39 YCFS al' .... Ol' 29 H' k 53 Olympic 66 ..... ...North 55 . IC my A hb k 54 N th 63 North 33 ... .......... Garinger 33 42 5helbY 41 Ash rg? 51 "" ""' N orth 55 North 52 ... ... ...West Charlotte 10 31 East Meck 51 sd ev' ed ""' ""' O r h North 53 ... ... South Mecklenburg 9 23 EHST MGCI4 55 In epen ence 55 -N09 59 North 36 .......... Ashbrook 21 41 EaStLinC0lnt0r1 30 Hunter Huss 56 .. ..... North 54 North 36 H' U-D-......Olympic 28 307 435 96 North 29 . . . North18... .. North40... .. North 26 .. North 29 North38... ......Myers Park 33 . . . .Independence 39 .East Mecklenburg 18 .........Harding 28 . . . . . . . . .Asheville 27 West Mecklenburg 21 . .l.i 1- -- I"l'l'l1-I' -l2I"l1UC-ICD STUDENT LIFE "Aloha! This is the Golden Hour!" That was the theme that the Booster Club carried out for the homecoming festivities. During school, the home- coming court was presented to the student body so that each person could make his choice and vote later in homeroom. Everyone was held in suspense until the winners were an- nounced at the game against West Mecklenburg. Crowned as the 1974- 1975 Homecoming Queens were Robin Alexander and Johanna Harris. 2 1. After being crowned, Johanna Harris ap- peared very pleased when she received her box of roses. 2. Robin Alexander held her box of roses very close as she gazed out over the crowd. 3. The percussion section of the band set the pace of the background music for the presen- tation of the homecoming court. 98 KK ,U ' Aloha Theme ofHomecomzng Qs-P3 X Q Q QX ? xg STUDENT LIFE 21 Compete For Carrousel Title Twenty-one senior girls were cho- sen by homerooms to vote to vie for the title of Miss North Mecklenburg and for the honor of representing North in the Carolina's Carrousel Pageant. This year's theme was, "lt's A Small World", "Dream World," and "North World". After a series of eliminations, lohanna Harris was picked as first runner-up. The high- light ofthe evening was the crowning of Mette Anderson, our foreign ex- change student, as Miss North Mecklenburg. 1. After being crowned Miss North Mecklen- burg, Mette Anderson showed her happiness as she smiles for the camera. 2. Representing North in the Carrousel Parade, Mette Anderson smiled brightly and waved to the crowd. 100 STUDENT LIFE 1. The radiant 1974-75 princess, Mette Ander- son, was crowned by Beth Smith, last year's princess. 2. lohanna Harris accepted a red rose after being chosen 1st runner-up for Miss North Mecklenburg. 3. loan Saunders was radiant with hersmile as she strolled outduringthe Carrousel competi- tion. 4. Charles Clark gazed into the crowd as he sang "Color My World" at the Carrousel con- IGSI. 4 101 STUDENT LIFE oreign Exchange of '74- '75 Mette Anderson, from Kolsas, Norway, came to North through the C.E.S.P. She resided with Sissy Kel- ton, in Davidson. Mette was honored with the title of Miss North Mecklen- burg 1974, at the Annual Carrousel Beauty Pageant. Mette was active in several school functions: such as, the Choir, the l.R.C., the French Club, and the Civinettes. She also was an honorary member of the National Honor Soci- ety. Mette plans to take a Young Life Tour of the western United States and to return home to Norway in early june. ln Norway she plans to continue her education as a physical therapist. 1. Mette spent the 1974-1975 school year with her American "sister" Sissy Kelton. 2. Mette Anderson came from Kolsas, Norway through the C.E.S.P. 3. Mette answered questions about herself and her homeland at a reception given in her honor. 102 STUDENT LIFE Each year, rising Seniors are given a chance to compete for scholarships through the PSATXNMOSQT test. The National Merit Scholars are the upper ZW of the students taking the test. Governor's School is a seven week summer program held at Salem Col- lege for gifted students. lt gives the students an opportunity to study in fields of their interest. Each year students are nominated to compete for the Morehead Schol- arship, a four year grant for under- graduate study at UNC-Ch. Nominees are chosen on the basis of scholastic ability, citizenship, and potential leadership. ' i"xg,,,. Scholars Represent North High Well 1. Representing North at Governors School were Larry Bliss, French, lo Van Hoy, Choral Music, Doris Privett, Instrumental Music, Tom Bessellieu, Choral Music. 2. Morehead Nominees were Tom Ed White, leb Blackwell, Larry Bliss, Tom Bessellieu, 3. Among the National Merit Scholars were Celia Cole and Tom Bessilieu. 4. Kathy Wolf was second alternate in the dis- trict for the Morehead Scholarship. This was the first year that females could enter in the running. 3 3 103 STUDENT LIFE Capable Students Win l Sch olasticall y Ushering at awards day and graduation, the junior Mar- shals are chosen on the basis of their rank in their class. The ten students who rank the highest in the junior class are selected. The two students with the highest rank are chief marshals. Participants for the Foreign Exchange Student Program are chosen each year to go abroad during the summer months. Semifinalists are determined by the CESP Committee, who interview all the contestants. The Betty Crocker test is given annually to seniors, and provides a chance for scholarships. 1. Celia Cole was named Homemaker of Tomorrow, and from here she will be in competi- tion on the state level. 2. North's Foreign Exchange Semi-finalists are: Robbie Meachem, Wendy Bryant, Theresa Garrison. , 1 2 ,my 1 . Q. Q i 6 Students chosen as Marshals were: fFront Row! Ellen Phillips, Delia Neil, Celia Cole, Sissy Kelton, KBack Row! Teresa Todd, Larry Bliss, john Osborne, David Orren, Kathy Wolf, Stan Bryant. 104 STUDENT LIFE Students Claim Co veted Honors Given by the Mecklenburg Chap- ter ofthe DAR, the citizenship award goes annually to a junior girl. The student is a good citizen, mentally alert, physically sound and en- thusiastic, among other qualities. Also given is a DAR award for out- standing Cadet in ROTC. To win this award students must have dem- onstrated qualities of dependability and good character, adherence to military discipline, leadership ability, and a patriotic understanding of the importance of ROTC. Each year a number of girls are chosen to compete for the title of Miss ROTC. The winner is then pre- sented at the annual military ball. 1. Miss DAR for North Mecklenburg was Marty Hunt. 2. Miss DAR of ROTC was jill Hoke. 3. This year's ROTC Co-Queens were Gad- louck Davidson and Phyllis Whittington. 105 STUDENT LIFE During the summer vacation, many students participate in ac- tivities that further their interests in certain areas. Talent is a necessity in some of these activities. Students interested in the study of human relations can attend the Civi- tan Youth Conference at Hender- sonville. These students study ways to improve human relations and leadership skills.The campis open to students regardless of race or faith. The Rotary Club sponsors a sum- mer music camp at Wildacres for talented students in the areas of voice and music. Auditions are a re- quirement for this camp. Robin Howell, john Edwards, and Phyllis Bumgardner were juniors who attended the Rotary Music Camp at Wildacres. Sum mer A ctivities Interest North Students Going to the Civitan Human Relations Conference were CFront Rowh Cindy Campbell, Delia Neil, jackie Stewart, tBack Rowl Frank Underwood and David Haley. i l STUDENT LIFE Talented Students Recognized Sponsored by the American Legion and its auxiliary, Girls! State and Boys' State are held each summer. To give a general understanding of gov- ernmental procedures and functions is the purpose of both. Rising Seniors are chosen to attend the conference throughout the week. The delegates form political parties and hold actual elections for local and state offices. Students were chosen once again this year for the All-State Band and All-State Orchestra. Others were honored with receiving the NCTE Award. 1. Delegates from North to Girls' and Boys' State were !Front Rowl Sharon Sharp, Linda Caving fRow 22 Beverly Taylor, Stella Parker, Teresa Todd, lBack Row! Dan Mayes, Tim Wil- son, Robert Kerns, Carl Robbins. 2. Larry Bliss was among the NCTE winners from North Mecklenburg. 3. lo Van Hoy represented North well with a NCTE award. 4. Susan Rogers and Bobby Bridgeman were members of the All-State Orchestra, while Wayne Osborne represented North in the All-State Band. 2 3 4 107 STUDENT LIFE Project Lends Helping Hands Project Aries was begun in 1972 by two students from Independence High. It is now sponsored by ESSA and has spread to every high school in the system. The main purpose of the North chapter is to get junior high students ready for high school and to better relations among students. Project Aries members also help students with their studies. 1. Project Aries members were lFront Rowl Tamara Roseboro, Tracy Asti, President, IRow 2J loan Saunders, IBack Row! Artie Williams, Mr. Poole, adviser. 2. james Polk, a guest speaker, and Kitty Huffman, Adviser of Project Aries, conducted a human relation workshop which North members attended. 3. At Alexander junior High School, Project Aries members loan Saunders, Tracy Asti, and Tamara Roseboro get involved with students at a workshop held there. 108 Mr. Hough cheered when Susan Reid dedicated the 1974 annual to Mrs. Ruth Barfield. The following were recipients of awards on Awards Day: Administrative Management So- ciety Award, David Pearce, Charlotte- Mecklenburg League of Business Women Scholarship, Patricia Wright, Agriculture, Fre- derick Barron, A. L. Meacham Award, Steven Boyd Monteith, Annual, Susan Reid, The American Credit Award, Margaret Louise McAlister, Art, Harris Holt, Terri Wilson, Auto Mechanics, Tommy Bollinger, Band, Freddie Washam, Susan Reid, Orchestra, Debbie Phil- lips, Betty Crocker Award, Robin Bradford, Business Award, Elaine Moore, Sandra Hub- bard, Chorus, Sharon Ratteree, Mike johnston, Outstanding Service to Chorale Department, Mary Ellen Atwell, Robin Brad- ford, jan Cox, Dale Donahue, Pat Howell, Becky johnson, Susan Lambert, Sue Love, Er- nest McKee, Debbie Phillips, Ashley VanHoy, Lee Ward, Kathy Pope, Belinda Stowe, Isaac White, Legena Blue, D.A.R. Citizenship, Marty Hunt, D.A.R. U. S. History Award, Kathy Wolf, Merchant Asso. Bond Award for D.E. Student, Pat Hill, Scott McClure, DECA Distributive Education District Winners, Scott McClure, Linda Cavin, English, Scott Alexander, Capri Phillips, COO, Angela Rankin, Mike Ellis, Bus- iness Law, Angelo Hobgood, Photography, jeff Sailstead, French Award, Elaine Moore, French Certificates, Gregg Holland, Christine Brown, john Blythe, Megan Bevan, Robert Hampton, Ellen Phillips, Student Action For Education Award, Ginger Caldwell, Student Action for Education Scholarship, Sharon Rat- teree, Teacher Education and Professional Standards, Becky johnson, Harvard Prize Book Award, Larry Bliss, Health Occupations, Pam Smith, Certificate for Health Occupa- tions, Sherri Holshouser, Toni Marez, Patsy McCorkle, Debra Neal, Sherry Parsons, Peggie Diane Pendleton, Linda Sherrill, Linda Thomas, Robin Webster, Mona Poole, Home Economics Award, Mary Scattergood, F.H.A. Pat Caldwell, Child Care, Robin Garmon, Diane Dixon, Child Care Certificates, Donna Richards, Susan Mooney, jeanne Harris, Debra Gravitte, Terry Christenbury, "I Dare You", Sandy Taylor, Brad Shelby, Mechanical Drawing, Charlie Saylor, Industrial Arts, Karla Summerville, Industrial Arts Certificate, Hugh Blaine Todd Ill, ICT Certificates, Greg Stephens, Rodney jones, journalism, Nickie Fetterson, Tommy Bessellieu, Key Club Scholarhip, Dale Sims, Key Club Teacher of the Year, Mr. Shaver, Outstanding Leadership and Service Awards, Mrs. Barfield, Mrs. Dag- gy, Mrs. Brown, Latin Award, Tina Thompson, Latin Certificates, Mark Dorton, Charlie Ga- ble, Robby McMurray, Mathematics, Gary Smith, National Math Exam, Larry Bliss, Media Center, Ginger Caldwell, Memorial Fund Scholarship, Donald Henderson, Felix Trues- dale, Appointment to West Point, David Meachem, National Merit, commended Scott Alexander, David Pearce, finalist, Christine Brown, National Achievement, commended, STUDENT LIFE Recognition Given Students May 7,1974 was a day of smiles and tears alike. It was North Mecklen- burg's annual Awards Day. Over one hundred students were honored on this day. Also on this day, North said a sol- emn good-bye to several retiring teachers, Mrs. Mary Lu Daggy, Mrs. Clara Brown, and Mrs. Ruth Barfield. North's principal of twenty years, Mr. W. A. Hough, also announced his re- tirement and was presented with two plaques, a gift certificate, and a regis- tered bird dog puppy. Following tradition, North seniors took the afternoon off. It was easy to see the pride in their faces from the awards that the day brought. Chris Crump, finalist, Legena Blue, NEDT, Megan Bevan, Waller Blackwell, john Blythe, Greg Bradfield, jo Bradford, Mark Brown, Paul Cole, Kathy Denig, Mark Dorton, Charlie Ga- ble, Terri Hutcheson, Sherri Long, Maureen McGuire, Robby McMurray, David Pender- graft, Debbie Philemon, County PTA Council Scholarship, Guy Brown Kale, American Leg- ion AFIROTC General Military Excellence, An- drew Ritch, American Legion AFIROTC Scholastic Award, Robert Dick, Reserve Offic- ers Association Award, David Hager, Daughters of the American Revolution Award, David Holland, Sons of the American Revolu- tion Award, johnny Henderson, National Sojourners Award, Mack Wilson, Science, Gary Smith, Biology ll, Gayle McConnell, Cer- tificate, Belinda Stowe, Tina Goodwin, Best U.S. History Student, Larry Bliss, Best World History Student, Bill Mowry, Best World His- tory and U.S. History, Vance Polley, Spanish, Boyce Chambers, Spanish Certificates, Spanish l, Phyllis Bost, Sheila McCoy, Vickie johnson, Spanish ll, Kathy Denig, Bernice Be- nett, Debbie Phillips, Spanish Ill, Freida De- llinger, Ken Andrews, Earlene Mayes, Typing, Best Typist, first year, Henrick Hagglund, sec- ond year, Sherrie Kearney, Service rendered, Sherrie Kearney, All Star Scholars, Robin Brad- ford, Tina Goodwin, Beth Smith, Belinda Stowe, Gary Smith, Special Education Awards, james Oliver Barringer, Marilyn Graham, An- nilesa Thompson. 109 STUDENT LIFE David Pearce was given the Stu- dent of the Year Award at Gradua- tion. He was chosen from among those students who were selected as Student of the Month. The Charlotte Civitan Citizenship Award went to Beth Smith for her involvement and devotion to the school. The Senior Fulfillment Award was given to Robin Bradford for her ser- vice leadership and outstanding par- ticipation. She fulfilled to the greatest extent, the ideals for out- standing achievement. jeff Sailstad was the recipient of the Viking Service Award. He was chosen for his efforts to make North a better school. Students Show Devotion for School The Athletic Awards got off the floor with certificates going to the Lettergirls, Majorettes, and Varsity Cheerleaders. Cheryl Setzer re- ceived a special award from the GAA, sponsored by the Huntersville Wo- man's Club. The following athletes received trophies: FOOTBALL: Most Valuable Player - Eddie Baucom, Sportsman- ship - Charles Parker: BASKETBALL: Most Valuable Player - Michael Stin- son, Sportsmanship - Dwight Ram- seurp SWIMMING: Most Valuable Player - Stan Bryant, Sportsmanship - jeff Sailstad: WRESTLING: Most Val- uable Player - Eric Hefner, 110 Sportsmanship - jimmy Phipps, CROSS COUNTRY: Most Valuable Player - Rick jackson, Sportsmanship - David McClure: TRACK: Most Valu- able Player - Rick jackson, Sportsmanship - Loren Greenwellg BASEBALL: Most Valuable Player - Dale Sims, Sportsmanship - David McClure, TENNIS: Most Valuable Player - j. L. Stacks, Sportsmanship - Perry Miller, GOLF: Most Valuable Player - T. McLeod, Sportsmanship - Gardner Brown. Donald Henderson received the Senior Athlete of the Year Award. The Athletic Banquet came to a close with Mr. Hough re- ceiving the Lifetime Award. At the Athletic Awards Night Donald Henderson was named Senior Athlete of the Year for his out- standing performance in sports. He was a member of the football, bas- ketball, and track teams. . f K 5-Hman 4 if V .. A . . . .. f NGS gi? 'V 2' ag A 1 is . was N 152 W .fd z : W Qvfkiww we XM sig? PNK vw P - 5, 1 gm' ff-Q ,sw Q fe: 3'32SG'w"!1Q?!i l"":e1i x , QS: 'Y' l . 1 -f-' fl ,,,. if w. " - P J SENIORS Senior Class Executive officers were fFront Rowl Wayne Osborne, Vice-President, Tam- , mara Roseboro, Publicity Chairman, loan 1 Saunders, President, iBack Rowl lohn Os- l borne, Secretary, Larry Bliss, Treasurer. l Q , Time passes - Never stopping for a second glance. Yet each year unique, constantly changing. 1 Then, Time for the rites, f Ceremony of years past, years to come. Perpetual cycle - still another class ends Its reign. This, the final step in grasping young adulthood. These years, we will remember and cherish. 1 I All the things that meant so much, Bl Now seem to drift from our reach, To linger only as memories in the . Corners of our minds. Mrs. Sara Miller, Senior Class Sponsor joseph Glenn Abernathy Andra Kay Able Robin Alexander Sylvia Anita Alexander Willie Lee Alexander 112 Mette Sand Andersen Kenneth Lloyd Andrews Darrell Thomas Ashford Tracy Tray Asti Carlotta Elizabeth Atkins Michael Ted Auten james Lewis Ayers jeffrey Thomas Baker Frank Stephen Barbee Stephen Elliott Barker Luther Calvin Barnette Charlie Barringer Some ofthe bestfriends we ha ve are books. Debbie Voncelia Barringer Kelvin Bernard Barringer Vivian Gloriette Barrino john Scott Battle Elizabeth Ann Baustert Deborah Kay Beard Margaret Susann Bender Bernice Bennett SENIORS 113 SENIORS 114 Steven Arlandis Black lames Emory Blackwell Linda Ann Bland Regina Alice Bledsoe Frank Lawrence Bliss jeff Lee Bonds Dolores Helen Bost Rita Faye Boyce Cheryl Ann Bennett Virginia Louise Benoy janet Gail Benton james Russell Berrier Darrell Fleming Berry james William Berry Rosie Elaine Berry Thomas Lee Besselieu Gloria Bridgood Vivian Blondell Bing Eugene Davis Birmingham Roy Layne Black Readingis to the mznd, what exercise is to the body. Aaron Dixon is fired up for practice as well as Kevin Swanson. This is the kind of enthusiasm that makes a winning team. X If QR ig 5 M an - QL W M':.,fff1:f?2e?igQ5i Wifi: , , .1 1 Q, gwgwg Doug Brafford Trimona Brandon Tyrone Brandon Charlene Andrea Brickey Kathy Geneva Brickey Robert Leland Bridgman lacqueline Elizabeth Broffman Sonja Raye Brookshire Belinda Broome Terri Louise Broome Mona Faye Brown Susan Kay Brown 5 6 SENIORS 115 SENIORS Carol Elizabeth Bryant Stanford M. Bryant Mary Elizabeth Bumgardner Phyllis Ann Bumgarner Mary Ellen Burkheardt Kenneth D. Byars Cheri Cable Gary Caldwell Cynthia lane Campbell Patti Ann Campbell Terry Wayne Campbell Wonder what Debbie Latham and Cheri Kiker are doing peeking in a seemingly empty classroom, espe- cially since Cheri has a pass. 116 Christopher Mark Canady The bestpart ofbeauty is SENIORS David Nantz Canupp Felton Carr Cathy Goode Carroll Bobbi Lynnette Carter Kathey Loretta Carter Lynn Ellen Carter Carolyn Elizabeth Cathey Linda Susan Cavin Brenda Childress Byron Drexel Chisholm Terry Ann Christenbury Melodie Gale Church that which no picture can express. Debra Denise Clark Carol leanne Clayton Sandra Louise Cochran Celia Elizabeth Cole Christine Collins Dely Hernandez Connor Rosa Lee Cook Deborah loy Cooper i 117 SENIORS During Student Council elections, Roger Mayhew speaks to the student body while his fellow opponents listen and await their turn. Faith can place a candle 118 Gwen Cooper Ray Anthony Cowan Dwight Shaw Cross III Keith Harris Cross Ronald Kelly Daniel Ronald Kent Daniels Melissa Davidson Vinesse Davidson Cindy Lou Davis Kathy Alene Davis Robert Benjamin Davis Robert Carl Davis Sandra Glyn Davis Vickie jo Deal Perry Lee Deaton Mary janet Decker Freida Kay Dellinger Robert jackson Dick Donna Dickinson Aaron Dixon in the darkest nigh t. SENIORS Brenda Faye Donahue Martha Carol Dorton judy Elizabeth Dove Bryant DuBose Darrell McDonald Duckworth jimmy Dyson Tressie Denise Eaker john Charles Edwards Glenda Karen Elliott Susan Leigh Elliott Cynthia Ann Ellis Edwin Denn Epps 119 SENlORS Elizabeth Rochelle Ervin Marcus Erwin Farmer Nickie Fetterson Becky Gwen Fite Teresa Ann Ford Alan Robert Fox Dean Frazier Marc Correll Frye Mary Ann Furr Diane Shervon Gabriel Grace Gabriel Gwendolyn Elaine Gabriel 120 A man 19 life consists not of what he has Maurice Gamble David A. Gant, lr. Glenda Marie Gant Danny Martin Gardner Lynne Brackett Gardner Robert Alan Garrison Robert Franklin Garwood Tony Goodwin but what he is. George Wells Graham Marilyn Graham Debbie Gravitte Paula Vandelia Greer Maryland Montessia Grier Oliver Scott Grier Carolyn jean Haas Beverly Hager Debbie Ann Hager Teresa Lynn Hager jeff Hallas Annie Key Hamilton SENIORS Beth Huffstetler and Kim Holbrook find time for some clowning during majorette practice. 121 SENIORS Hoyt Davey Hamilton janet Yvette Hardy Greg Harris leanne Gail Harris johannah Mischelle Harris Lajaynes Harris Willie lean Harris Vivian Renee Heaton The test and the use ofman if education is that hefinds Deborah Lynn Hedrick Rhonda Carol Helms Betty lean Henderson Larry Henderson Vennie Lisa Henderson Cynthia Denise Herring Christopher Thomas Hight Debora Alice Hill Patty Campbell talks with new assistant principal Mr. Gadsen during her lunch period. pleasure in the exercise of his mind. Deona Clarencene Hill Paul Edward Hill Sharon West Hill jill Denise Hoke Harris Holt Ill Henry Henderson Hoover Debra L. Howard Marilyn Renee Howard SENIORS Mitchell Dean Howard Robert james Howard Mary Elaine Howell Gayla Susan Hoyle Daniel joseph Hudson Doris Hudson Elizabeth Rose Huffsteler Martha jo Hunt Stonewall jackson, jr. Rebecca Ann jamieson joe joiner, jr. Thomas Lynn jolly 123 SENIORS l E Elizabeth Anne Kelton lames Craven Kerns Robert Neal Kerns Sharyn Elizabeth Kidd Cheryl Lea Kiker Dawn King Patty Renee Kiser Antonio Fernandez Knox Cheryl Knox 124 Deborah Denise Lackey Rhyta Sharron Lancaster Deborah lean Latham Richard Leagon Vickie Elaine Leagon Donnie Cole Leak loe Lee William Michael Lee lill Marie Knox Russell Brevard Knox John Curtis Labban i You can suffocate a thought SENIORS Larry Wayne Leonard 419' Vickie S. Little - Kim Denise Locke Dani Faye Long Barbara Ann Lovelace james Lowery William Donald Manies Beverly Sue Mason Daniel Brice Mayes Randall Wilson Mayes Roger Courtney Mayhew, lr. bysurrounding it with too many words. MQW-dnuungm, Making reports is very much a part of class work, so Carol Washam uses her time in the library to good advantage. 125 SENlORS Earllette Louise Mays David Michael McAuley Audrey Renee McClure john Scott McClure Martin Lewis McClure Bradley Leonard McConnell Elizabeth McConnell Leah Jayne McConnell The past is almost as much a work of Rebecca Gail McConnell Roger Dale McConnell Doris McCoy Sheila Kay McCoy Charlotte Denise McCraw Linda Kay McGee Roy Macky McGee, lr. Gerald Lee McGraw Lisa Darlene McKee Deborah Lee Merck 126 Patricia jane Miller Grace Mills Drum major Robert Kerns, concentrates on leading the marching band as they perform at half time during one of the football games. the imagination as thefuture. Karen Monteith Susan Renee Mooney Carol Vivian Moore Kay LaVerne Moore Eva Mozzelle Morris Linda Susan Morton Linda Darlene Mullis Keith Nail Sandra lean Nance Debra Neal Delia Louise Neil Narcissus Neil SENIORS 127 SENIORS Penny Carol Nixon Doris lean Oehler james Foy Oliver David Orren john Milton Osborne Wayne Herman Osborne Arthur O'ShieIds Reita Faye Owenby Beverly D. Parker Emily Stella Parker Rodney Morgan Parker Mattie Denise Pharr Nicky Rudisill and jeff Hallas look over some material pertaining to the parts that were given to the auto mechanics classes by one of the automotive companies. 128 Man if mind stretched to a new idea III: I 'V lf""yw' never goes back to its original dimensions. Rick Ranson Dianne Lynn Raper Donna Rene Rappe Mark lefferey Rash john Ratliff Donna Reid lerry Lewis Reid Sarah Frances Reid Ellen Phillips Guy Thomas Phillips, Beth Ann Plagens Cynthia Anne Porter Andrea Poteat Michael C. Poteat Teresa Potts Nancy Charn ez Pritchard Doris Privett Tommy Rainey Annette Leslie Ranson Bruce Ranson SENIORS 129 SENIORS Noel Elizabeth Rhodes Henry Hunt Rhyne IV Lena Rhyne Donna Marie Richards Kevin Richardson Diane Rivens Martin Lane Rivens Ronald Stephen Roach Carl Walter Robbins Linda Lorraine Robinson Roddy lack Rockholt Victor Mark Rorrer Ifyou cannot win, make the one 130 Rosalyn Denise Roseboro Tammera Yvette Roseboro Cindy Rubin Nicky loe Rudisill Ricky Lane Rudisill Janice Gail Rush Fletcher Eugene Rushing Earl Vernon Russell ahead ofyou break the record. Mr. McDonald raps with Robin Alexander while waiting for the bell to ring. Kyle Duane Russell Wayne Henry Sanders David Robert Satterfield loan Ellen Saunders Linda Gail Sawyer Robert Earl Scales Michael Anthony Setzer Sharon Sharp Ivan Sherrill Marla lane Sherrill Randy Sides Etta Hope Simmons so f s ,ii .fr '42 Sim' ' E' hw ,a .y ,if is ff We 'za V2 i E t .Q ,L .Q 5 ,L f N 5 T S rr .uf 3 R fs 5 ,eww - -'rw SENIORS 5 ,51.,:: is W, f 34:9-1 V 555,55- .. .X ew Q1 1- f- . gs, gf .W - 5 1. if . t . 1 .:., K. , Qt., .. gg, we an-,ai . N ,f ga .f fs img ' ill? em ,ef 5,235 ia .V N mmwmwwxwewsw - Q -,sw Kd-, ,il 5 ',k: :"f. 1, 5 Q - 5 - .v ,t . -335: Lfa ,- . .fw- l . freer-- L,,., ..r, ,KM pa . ae f , .H M. ,L:-L , V Q K 131 SENIORS C-ayla Hoyle begins cleaning up the kitchen while Charlotte McCraw hurries to clean the mixer she has been using. The great pleasure in lzfe is doing Mary Taggart Simpson Teresa Elaine Simpson William Craton Simpson Josephine Sinclair Dan Nelson Skidmore Kerry Lynn Small Cathy Susan Smith Tim Smith 132 lane Ann Sossamon Charles Ellis Sparrow Randy Stallings Gary Lee Stephens Elise Stephenson Tom Stephenson Cheryl Ann Stewart lackie Elizabeth Stewart Ronald William Stewart Carol Marie Stilwell Pamela loyce Stinson Patricia Anne Stinson lon ny Stroud joy Elaine Styers Kevin Clarence Swanson Beverly Ann Taylor janet Taylor gi! H--fc Mark Anthony Tesh Kirk Thompson Cathy Ann Thornton Raymond H. Thrower, lr. Timothy Waymon Tinsley Teresa june Todd Gary Michael Tompkins SENIORS 133 SENIORS 134 Debbie Walker Tamara Elaine Walker William loel Wally Cathyiynne Walters - ,le-1' A I Roger Dale Ward Carol Ann Washam Marcus Paul Watson Mike Lee Weaver Mary Ann White Ronnette Devonne White Thomas Edward White Bonnie Wike ht 'quasi Beverly Trapp Carl Raymond Travis Alva Wana Tucker Frank Wallace Underwood loani Marie Vail Ellen losephine Van Hoy Brenda Gail Vinson Beverly Anita Walker We cannotgive like God, ,rx K v Scott Harkins Wilborn Susan Gay Wilborn john Wilbur Arthur Williams, lr. Cynthia jean Williams Debbie Williams Irving Wayne Williams Myron Williams but surely we mayforgive like him Charles Wayne Wilson Cheryl Rae Wilson Pamela Adele Wilson Tim Windsor Wilson Karen Winkler Robert Allan Witte Katherine Flinn Wolf Deborah Woodson Karin Esther Wruck Dianne Yeargin Cynthia Carolyn Young lay Allan Young jUNlORS junior Class Executive members were lFront Rowj Theresa Garrison, Prom Committee, Leslie Yandle, Parliamentariang Mary Ann Stowe, Treasurer, Tammy Sinclair, Prom Committee, tBack Rowj Matt Ballard, President, joyce Walker, Secretary, Wendy Bryant, Vice-President, Danny McConnell, Asst. Secretary, Trenna Ross, Prom Committee. MEDIUS Secondary between extremes. A step in nearing an era's climax. Hastily, time passes, Spawns staccato memories, remembrance in repetition. Yet lingers recognition, recollections of fulfilling past experience. Suddenly, Make way for the new. No time for staccato memories, past experience. Life is perpetual. Miss Rosa Scarborough, junior Class Sponsor. French Club students David Brown, Eugene Deaton, Tommy Bessellieu, Carey Cox, and john Blythe participated in "French Follies" as cancan girls at the Fall Fling. 136 Alan Beaty jo Belk Perry Bell Megan Bevan Matt Birmingham Connie Black john Blackwelder Cindy Blackwell john Blythe Larry Blythe Valerie Adams Marcia Allen Karen Allison Vickie Anderson Ronnie Armstrong Todd Asti Cindy Baggett Gary Baker john Baker Matt Ballard Mark Barbee Debora Barkley Stan Barkley Bonnie Barnette Casey Barnette Pat Barnette Ricky Barnette Gwendolyn Barrino Starr Bartlett Randy Beard Doubt whom you will but neveryourself. IUNIORS 137 IUNIORS Phyllis Bost Greg Bradfield lolene Bradford Rose Brawley David Brown Mark Brown Randy Brown Rongelynn Brown Scott Brumley Wendy Bryant Pam Buchanan Chuck Burgess Toni Burgess Lea Burt Sidney Caldwell Kim Campbell Leslie Canady Sherry Cantrell Carol Carr Connie Carr Robbie Meachem gazes out over student body while cal- ling cheers. At a football game, Gazela Robertson and Beverly McCorkle concen- trate on playing the right notes. 138 QI' Tajon Carter Cynthia Cassidy leff Chandler Lamar Chapman David Christenbury Penny Christenbury Mary Elizabeth Clark Tracye Claytor Scott Climer Rusty Cochran Paul Cole Wyndy Conder Cindy Conner Terri Cook Ben Copeland Paulette Cowan Carey Cox Sam Crabtree Danny Craig lan Cross Better to know nothing than half-know many things. Felicia Crowder Amy Crowell Mark Crowell Vandra Cureton Robert Darby Phillip Darnell Irene Davis janet Davis Patsy Davis Bill Defelice IUNIORS 139 IUNIORS 140 Kathy Denig Debra Dickson Mark Dorton Sheree Douglas Dolores Duckworth Alex Dunn Susan Earnheart Charles Edwards Kerry Edwards Besly Ellington There can be no rainbow withouta cloud anda storm. Brian Ellis Dennis Endsley Cindy Falandyz Lisa Fesperman Vasanta Fielder jeff Fish Ricky Fite Lynn Fleenor Buzz Foster Terri Fox jeff Francis jimmy Fredericksen Mike Freeman Charles Gable lane Gamble Theresa Garrison Randy Gentry Pam Gibson Shay Godfrey Ricky Goodman jUNlORS jimmy Ramsey with other French Club students present "French Follies", dressed as can can girls. In distributive education Scott Nance offers his help of improvement. jeff Gordon F janice Grant , Debra Greene Frankie Greene Randy Griffin David Groce Dan Grose Nancy Gudger janet Gurley Kay Gurley Rosita Habet janet Hall Teri Harris Christophia Harvell Bill Hawkins Ken Hedrick Tricia Henderson Sue Henson jimmy Hilton Diane Hinson 141 IUNIORS Kathy Hinson Tammy Hoffman Kim Holbrook Donna Holmes Vicky Honeycuti Nancy Horton Rosalind Houston Randy Howard Robin Howell Brenda Hubbard Tammy Hughes leffrey Hunter David Hurd Gregg Hutsell II Hwa Hwang Mike Ingle Cindy Irvin Frankie jackson Richard lefferies Linda Johnston Majorette, Terri Cook, and letter girl Renee Walker find something to smile about while performing with the band. 142 DeEtta Mayhew Myra Mayhew Barbara McAuIey Steve McAuley Earline McCain Tareska McClain Danny McConnell Debbie McConnell Beverly McCorkle Debbie McCorkle The price of wisdom is above rubies. Mark Johnston Chuck jones Polly jones Donna jordan Sue Jordan Susan losephson Donnie Kay Doug Kerns Kim King Mike Klutz Freda Knox Mary Knox Tujuana Knox Diane Leak Teresa Lee loyee Lewis Marie Lloyd Pam Lloyd Sherri Long Tommy Mauch IUNIORS 143 IUNIORS Darryl McCoy Maureen McGuire Robbie McGuirt T. McLeod Debbie McMurray Robbie McMurray Robbie Meachem Terry Mercer Sharon Misenheimer Donna Montgomery Debbie Moore Deborah Morrison Mary Morrow Darlene Nance Scott Nance Eddie Nantz Terry Neill Melanie Nienke Lisa Nixon Linda Northcott r 1 It is easy to flatterg it is harder to praise. 144 Stan Pack Anne Parker Ricky Pender Tim Penninger Debbie Philemon Andrew Phillips Davie Phillips Rock Pickard Clim Piercy Bryce Plott Varsity football team grins sheepishly as they are hon- ored at North's first pep rally. Malcolm Poindexter DeWayne Poston Pat Potter Meg Pouncy Cathy Price Sammy Putnam lim Ramsey Waverly Ramsey Lillian Rankins julie Ranson Thad Reames Brent Reid Raymond Reitzel Andy Reynolds Grover Rivens Gazella Robertson Karen Rodden Susan Rogers Trenna Ross Kevin Rudisill IUNIORS 145 IUNIORS 146 William Spears Russ Sprehe Howard Staton Cathy Steed Ricky Stilwell Mary Anne Stowe Robin Styers Tina Thompson Donna Tilley George Tilson Billy Todd lan Todd Robin Tompkins Wendy Torrence Donna Travis lrma Vance Eddie Vannoy jonny Vaughn loyce Walker Renee Walker Beverly Russell Sherry Russell Sammy Sanders Eddie Sherwood Kathy Simmons David Sims Donna Sims Tammy Sinclair Terry Small Kathy Smith Let no man deceive you with vain words. Patricia Wallace Tim Ward Charles Warlick Scott Washam Tim Wayland Susan Wells Barbara White julie White Phyllis Whittington Daryl Wiggins Cookie Wilborn Kim Wilhelm Cynthia Williams K-Sue Wilson Ernie Wrenn IUNIORS ,M LC, Leslie Yandle Sandy Yow Donna Ziegler in Q N Lettergirls Renee Walker, Cheryl Wilson, Ellen Phillips, Sherri Long, Noel Rhodes, Renee McClure, and Robin Pierce boost spirit at a pep rally. 147 SOPHOMORES Sophomore Executive Committee were joe Goforth, Fund-Raiser, Pat Henderson, Secre- taryy Mary Kelton, President, Newton Wil- liams, Vice-President, Terry Todd, Treasurer, Not Pictured. Beginning, New birth. Primary among superiority. Bearing, Acute frustration, Aloneness, short-lived - Before orientation, Eternal companionship. Leaving - Memories to hold fast, Forever cherished. Mrs. Marlene Laney, Sophomore Class Spon- sor. Becky Abernathy Rene Adams Tammy Adkins Sandra Aiken Donna Allen james Almond lean Anklin Donald Archer Edna Archie Craig Ashford 148 SOPHOMORES Ronnie Ashmore Robert Atkinson Charles Atwell Cheryl Auten julia Auten Russell Avery Veda Axson Steve Barbee Tim Barbee Steve Barnette Terri Barnette Bud Barnhardt lacqulyn Barringer Vicki Bass Teresa Batchelor Denise Baucom Chris Bennett Yolanda Bennett Sabrina Berry john Biggerstaff Eddie Black Thane Black Don na Blackwelder Connie Blackwell You must look through people as well as at them. Mark Blythe Kathy Boone Patti Boovy Alvin Bowles Melanie Bradford Nancy Bradford Sheila Brooks leff Brown Linda Brown Deena Burge Mike Burgess Ray Burris Anita Caldwell Larry Caldwell Pat Caldwell Powell Caldwell Wayne Caldwell Susan Campbell SOPHOMORES i l Angela Canipe Denise Carpenter jimmy Carpenter Mike Carpenter Gerald Carr Patti Carter Tara Carter Roger Chandler Max Chapman Eddie Cheeks Ann Christenbury jimmy Christenbury Charles Clark David Clark William Cochran Tommy Cross Donna Crowder Lloyd Crowell Beverly Cruse Tammie Curl JoAnne Dagenhart Kenneth Darnell Gadlouck Davidson Karen Davis Scott Davis Eugene Deaton Sandra Delinger lane DeRight Tina DeRock Robert Dixon Pat Henderson, a flaggirl, goes to prepare for a pep rally. One of the young ladies trying out for l.V. cheerleader was Kathy Stroud. 150 SOPHOMORES Keith Donahue Bobby Dove Delly Drenning Marsha Dulin Vickie Duncan Mary Ellen Eaker jimmy Edwards Ricky Epps Elaine Ervin james Ervin Vanessa Evans Lisa Falandyez Dianne Falls Carol Felts jeff Ferrell Kenny Ferrell Ellen Figaro David Fink Nora Fisher Ivan Flow Denise Flowe Vickie Gant Marjo Garrison Andreia Goble It is always darkest just before the day da wneth. joe Goforth janet Goodrum Wanda Grice Danita Grier james Gurley Stuart Haas Rusty Hager Thomas Hager lrvin Haglar Gene Hall Karen Hall Rodney Hammond Donald Hampton john Hansil Vanessa Hansley Glenda Harrington Dwain Harris jill Harris Marcene Harrison lvy Harvell Michael Heavener Daniel Heftner Lynn Helderman David Helms Alfred Henderson Nancy Henderson Nerissa Henderson Pat Henderson Brenda Hill Susan Hill Carol Hipp Kathy Hollar Shelly Holshouser Michael Hostetler Donnell Houston Dwight Houston Chris Howell Ricky Howell Crystal Hubbard Carol Hunter Dannie Huntley Andre jackson Robin Young, Anita Taylor and Karen Sherrill check their accurancy in archery Ginger jameson David johnson Margueritta johnson Donnae johnston Tim johnston Mike jolly Kent jones Linda jones David joop jackie Karriker Cyndi Keller Nelson Keller Mary Kelton Cyndie Kern Bill Kidd Carlton Kinard Penny King john Kiser jean Knox Kelvin Kornegay Trina Lammers Mike Lands Bonnie Leagan Eric Lee SOPHOMORES Prejudice is the child ofignorance. Ebie Lewis Deborah Lindsay Allen Lineberger Sherry Lipford Don Little Pamela Lloyd Marquetia Lowery Mary Lowery Carol Lynch Mike Martin Steve Matney Catherine Maxwell David Maxwell Belinda Mayberry Tom Mayes Debra McAllister Wanda McClure Kelly McConnell SOPH OMORES Qf U W y?lf:wY:1,m nvtpvvil'-1L.f'a-Y X W My U ZW V l W ,mm ,,w, v,'m,,E,fVV f 'A' I 154 Students in Mr. Waters Geometry class take time out from serious studying to clown around. Diana McCutcheon Vicki McKinney Robert McWorter Lonnie Melton Kevin Miller Vicki Miller Happy Mitchell Glen Montgomery Susan Moore Chris Morgan Terry Morgan Debbie Morrow Beverly Moss Mary Mowry Rickie Mozee Tom Mullen Connie Oehler james Pace Patricia Packett Mark Padgett julie Parks Allan Payne Randy Penninger Ricky Phifer Edie Robbins Paul Rodgers Mark Rogers Shirley Ross Gary Rourk Kyle Rudisill loey Rusher Laine Sachsenmaier Heidi Schultz Helen Schultz Karon Sherrill Sammy Sherrill Teresa Silvers Karen Simms Claudia Simpson jim Simpson Paul Sims Lin Small Darryl Smith Deborah Smith Mary Smith Milton Smith Henry Stancil Gail Stephens In youth we learng in age we understand. SOPHOMORES Colleen Pierce Robin Pierce Ann Pope Robbie Porter Gary Poteat Debbie Potts Danny Price Rod Puckett Mark Raburn Callie Rankin Danny Ranson Bobby Rappe Pam Reames Robert Regans Sonya Reitzel Michael Richards Lee Richey Carlos Rivens SOPHOMORES Rachel Stephenson Anne Stilwell Craig Stilwell Tammy Stinson Teresa Stover Kathy Stroud Kay Taylor Mark Taylor Andy Thomas lamie Thomas Alice Thomasson Charles Tilson Robert Tilson Terry Todd Mike Turner Angie Twitty lan Van Dyke Cameron Vannoy To be trusted is a greater compliment than to be loved. Valerie Vinson Steve Wallin Debbie Wally Lee Washam jwanna Washington Danny Watson Karen Webb Darlene West Keith Westmoreland Dexter White Vincent White Kenneth Whitley Sheila Wike Carol Wilber Scott Williams Audrey Wilson Lewis Wilson Curtis Winslow Alan Witte Bert Wolf Carol Wolfe Dianne Works Warren Wright Mike Yost i.1. - -1-. -, 3 iii s, Fiery W . , -Q11 11.l -.1- 'Q RECORDS 'S we s STUDENT COUNTlL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: lFroni Rowj Cindy Campbell, Vice-President, Robbie Meachem, Secre- tary, Connie Black, 4Back Rowj Tommy Rainey, Robby McMurray, Gerald Carr, Tommy jolly, President, john Edwards, Treasurer. STUDENT COUNCIL: tFront Rowj Mrs. Bratton, Adviser, Cindy Campbell, Delia Neal, Carol Bryant, Pat Henderson, Robbie Meachem, Boyce Chambers, lRow 2j joan Saunders, Connie Black, john Edwards, Rusty Long, Brenda Donahue, Linda Cavin, fRow 3j Robby McMurray, Matt Ballard, Tommyjolly, Wayne Osborne, Tommy Rainey, Mrs. Maye,Adviser, KBack Rowj Gerald Carr, Larry Bliss, Wendy Bryant. HOMEROOM PRESIDENTS: CFront Rowj Becky jamieson, Carol Bryant, joani Vail, Lisa Falandysz, jane Gamble, fRow 27 Brenda Childress, Rose Brawley, Pat Henderson, Becky McConnell, Theresa Garrison, jan Todd, Vicki McKinney, julia Auten, Kerry Edwards, lRow 31 Tony Knox, Fletcher Rushing, Connie Black, TamaraWalker, DeEtta Mayhew, Toni Burgess, Dianne Works, Tim Knox, Matt Ballard, Robert Dixon, Steve Crockett, lBack Rowj Charles Helms, Tommy jolly, Mack Wilson, Rusty Cochran, Gerald Carr, Nickie Fetterson, Artie Williams, Carlos Rivens, Kent jones, joe Goforth. 158 RECORDS NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: tFront Rowj Mette Anderson: Cindy Campbell: Celia Cole: Delia Neil: Sissy Kelton: Doris Privett: Freida Dellinger: Boyce Chambers: tRow 23 Stella Parker: Mary Simpson: Leah McConnell: Kathy Wolf, Secretary: Earllette Mays: Sandy Davis: Ellen Phillips: Marty Hunt, President: Tom Ed White: 4Row 33 Wayne Osborne, Stan Bryant: Tommy jolly: johnny Stroud: Vance Polley: David Orren: Roger Crump: Beverly Taylor: Teresa Todd: Chris Canady: fBack Rowj Randy Mayes: Mike Auten: john Ratliff: Ken Andrews: Noel Rhodes: Artie Williams: Larry Bliss: john Osborne: Tom Bessellieu: Tim Smith, RED CROSS: fFront Rowj Scott McClure, President: Ray Thrower, Vice-President: Carol Bryant, Secretary-Treasurer: Mary E. Clark, Reporter: tRow2b Milton Smith: Kayren Bryant: Lisa Ealandysz: Tina DeRock: Sharon Sharp: Nerissa Henderson: Trenna Ross: Ginny Benoy: Gwen Barrino: Marilyn Graham: 4Row 31 Gwen Cooper: Carol Hunter: Diana McCutcheon: Phyllis Bost: Patricia Wallace: Brenda Donahue: Sharon Misenhiemer: Mrs. Krider, adviser: iRow 4j Andy Thomas: Vicki McKinney: Gene Hall: Shelly Holshouser: Alice Thomasson: Leslie Canady: Daryl Smith: Kelvin Kornegay: Cathy Hicks: Cindy Blackwell: fBack Rowj joel Potts: joey Rusher: Mary Knox: Nancy Cudger: Debora Barkley: Beth McConnell: Bob Bridgman: Ronnie Ashmore: Rickie Mozee: Connie Carr: Stonewall jackson. MEMORIAL FUND: lFront Rowj Delia Neil: Donna Dicken- son: Cindy Campbell: jackie Stewart: Linda Cavin: tRow 27 Mrs. Holtzclaw, Adviser: Rusty Long. Vice-President: Martha Dorton: Robin Styers: joyee Lewis: tRow 33 Carey Cox: Brenda Donahue: Sue Henson: Charles Smith II: Irma Vance: tBack Rowj Stan Bryant, President: Wayne Osborne: Kathy Wolf: Noel Rhodes: john Osborne. 159 RECORDS ar VIKING STAFF: tFront Rowl Sherri Longy Sandy Yowp Mona Brown Editor Wyndy Conder lBack Rowj David Croce George Tilson Karen Elliot Leslie Canady Penny Broffman Linda Cavin jimmy Kerns. NORTH STAR STAFF: iFronI Rowl john Edwards, Editor-in- Chiefp Nickie Fetterson, News Editorp G. T. Phillips, Sports Editorg tRow 23 Mrs. Maxwell,Adviserg Chucklones, Business Manager: Earl Russell, Reporter: lRow 33 Todd Asti, Reporlery Paula Greer, Reporter: john Blackwelder, Cartoonistg tBack Rowb Tom Bessellieu, Music Columnist. NORTHERN LIGHT STAFF: CFront Rowl Annette Ransony Carol Bryant, Program Chairmang Mary E. Clark, Business Managerg San Cochran, Publicity Managerp lBack Rowl Mrs. Ellen lohnston, Adviserp Kayren Bryant, Editorp Penny Broffmang Marcus Farmer, Editor: Todd Asti. 160 RECORDS DECA: tFront Row3 Donna Tilley, jerry Reid, Diane Rivens, Diane Gabriel, Margaret Bender, Tonette Fant, Sherry Cantrell, Vice-President, Lisa Henderson, Secretary, Darlene Nance, Mrs. Shirley Deal, Adviser, tRow 23 Mr. Blake Deal, Adviser, Brenda Childress, Historian, Pamela Stinson, Anita Tayh, Donna Rappe, Rita Boyce, Andrea Brickey, Debbie Williams, Teresa Simpson, Deona Hill, Kathy Smith, tBack Row3 jr. Warren, Scott Nance, Mark Barbee, Keith Kirkpatrick, joe joiner, Mike Danrvin, Sammy Sanders, Ken Hedrick, Susan Brown, President, Ronnie Stewart. .,,.,.., figs efifszl fg: L W 5 .sf ,t,. Q .. A .,.,,. . 1 QE Q ,. . i 0' L ' ,wif xg S Sf". . -5: ' Q' ' af 1 ' i 73 ?ii5f2wi::1fe1e5sssf1 'f 1. 5 ' A -f he , 15. "2 fi ' 'Si N ., . iii!! S3 1,:igfg,,e s . . , -if 5 9 j .Q- -',,' M it ii: :apstss.1-ctsaeefxfs -vsgsaigspxsexsef VICA: tFront Row3 David McGee, DeWayne Poston, Phillip Darnell, Calvin E. Sowell, Malcolm Poindexter, Isaac Pryor, Treasurer, George Ferris, Donald McNeely, tRow 23 Kerry Edwards, Publicity Chairman, Harvey Bernett, Perry Deaton, Secretary, Will Nichols, Eric Gibby, Alan Beaty,Gaither Lawing, Everett Houston, Mr. Crawford, Adviser, lBack Row3 joel Wally, Darrell Ashford, Tim Penninger, Luther Barnette, President, Mike Lee, Alan Smith, Roddy Rockholt, Dean Frazier, jay Young, Daryl Wiggins, Vice-President. CEO: tFront Row3 Cindy Campbell, Martha Dorton, Celia Cole, Sissy Kelton, Elise Stephenson, jeannie Haas, Terri Broome, Mary Ann Furr, Beth Huffstetler, iRow 23 joy Styers, Rusty Long, Kathy Wolf, Mary Simpson, Renee McClure, Sandy Davis, Phyllis Bumgarner, Eva Morris, Tracy Asti, Cindy Young, tRow 33 Kim Locke, jonny Stroud, john Ratliff, joan Saunders, Linda Cavin, Gerald McCraw, Bobby Witte, Teresa Hager, jeannie Clayton, CBack Row3 Carol Moore, Ken Andrews, Noel Rhodes, Mike Auten, Artie Williams, joe Abernathy, Rusty Knox, Rusty Cross, Paula Greer. gig 4 gt,f,,,p,e,a...g,igq: RECORDS .win 'lbw Wmwfwww LIBRARY ASSISTANTS: IFront Rowl RogerCrumpp Terri Harrisg DonnaMonigomery: Ieff Hudsong fRow2l RickyGrissorn7 Gerald MCGrawp Ben Copeland: IrrnaVanQeg lBackRowJ Bob Bridgmang Keith Springsp Keith Dewaltp Pat Pottery Tommy Rainey. OFFICE ASSISTANTS: IFront Rowi Brenda Donahueg Trimona Brandong Linda Caving iBack Row? Mrs. Wallace, Adviserg Stella Parkery Beth McConnell. GUIDANCE ASSISTANTS: 1Front Rowj Dely Connorg Jo Belkg 4Row 21 Renee McClurep Karen Win klerg Cindy Williamsp iBack Rowt David Alexander. CESP Committee: iFront Rowh Ellen Phillipsp Mette Anderseng Sissy Keltong IRow 27 Mr. Bowers: Col, Shankling fBack Rowj Mrs, Simsp Mrs. Holtzclawg Mrs. Carol Smithp Mrs. Sara Mil- ler, 162 RECORDS NORTH BUS DRIVERS: lFront Rowj Tim Brown: Tony Knox: Robert Dick: lerry Sloan: Frank Underwood: Debra Mackin: Teresa Todd: Sue Simmons: iRow Zl Vickie Deal: Ricky Grissom: Earl Barringer: Aaron Dixon: Malcolm Poindexter: Mr. Frank Gadsden, Director: lBack Rowl jimmy Kerns: Marcus Farmer: Martin Rivens: Frank Barbee: Martin McClure: Kenny Byars: Ben Copeland. FEEDER BUS DRIVERS: fFront Rowl Mark Crowell: Gary Caldwell: Ken Scattergood: Brenda Donahue: limmy Oliver: Cheryl Stewart: George Ferris: Roy Black: Burnell Morrison: lames Barringer: Karen Monteith: Avery Howard: Viola johnson: lRow Zl Ricky Pender: Mike Klutz: Henry Grissom: Belinda Broome: Cindy Blackwell: Keith Cross: Mona Brown: limmy Smith: Debbie Lackey: Mike lngle: Kelvin Barringer: Scott Grier: loe Lee: fRow 31 Greg Baxter: Donnie Leak: Gregory Harris: Wayne Sanders: Scott Washam: Ulla Morrison: Scott Wilborn: Willie Alexander: Thad Reames: Tim Wayland: Aaron Dixon: lBack Row! Ernie Wrenn: George Tilson: Mike Rink: Kyle Russell: Alan Beaty: Tim Ward: Bill Hawkins: Alan Garrison: Rusty Cochran: Billy Todd: Richard Ward. ART CLUB: lFront Rowl Sheila Wike: William Spears: Bonnie Barksdale: lohn Labban: Tommy Mauch: Sherry Cantrell: Mary Clark, President: lane Gamble: Donna Montgomery: iRow 21 II Hwa Hwang: ChristineCollins: Everett Houston: lohn Battle: Harris Holt: Tim Ward: Perry Deaton: Ronald Howard: Connie Oehler: lBack Rowl Mr. Williams, Adviser: laniceGrant: Wyndy Conder: Keith Dewalt: lohn Baker: Michael Bost: Ricky File: lohn Blackwelder. 163 RECORDS COMPETITION DRILL TEAM: tFront Rowj Maj. Robert Dick, Deputy Commander, TSC Maureen McGuire, Maj. Ianice Rush, 6 Amn Bonnie Leagan, Sgt. Pamela Lloyd, Amn Shirley Ross, Capt. Mary Ann Stowe, Maj, Mack Wilson, Commander: tBack Rowl Capt. Aaron Smith, Amn Danny Price,A1C Kenny Ferrell, Amn Ricky Gunnells, Amn Mike Taylor, Amn Sam Sherrill, CMS Adam Burleson. Instructor, fif FANCY DRILLTEAM: tFront Rowl AIC Dwight Houston: Sgt. Cadlouck Davidson: SSGTuiuana Knox, Capt. MaryAnn Stowe, Sgt. Robin Donnell, Capt. jerry Sloan, Commander, CMS Adam Burleson, Instructor, tRoW 21 Sgt. Dale Smith, Sgt. Dannie Huntley, A'IC Sammy Sherrill, Amn Daryl Smith, Amn Vanessa Ramseur, tBack Row! Capt. Aaron Smith, Deputy Commander, Amn Vincent Whitey SSC Milton Smith, SSG Earl McCain. RIFLE DRILL TEAM: CFront Rowl Maj. Mack Wilson, Deputy Commander, Maj. lanice Rush, Amn Bonnie Leagan, Maj. Robert Dick, Commander, CMS Adam Burleson, Instructor, tBack Rowb A1C Kenny Ferrell, Maj. Mark Tesh, Amn Ricky Gunnells, Amn Mike Taylor. 164 RECORDS COLOR GUARD: fFIontRovvj Amn. Bennett Brown: Capt. Mary Ann Stowe: SSG Tujuana Knox: TSG Phyllis Whittington: TSG Maureen McGuire, Deputy Commander: SSG Elizabeth Anderson: Col, William Shanklin, Instructor: KRow 22 Maj. Robert Dick: Maj. lanice Rush: Amn. limmy Chrisienbury: Amn. Danny Price: Arnn. Mike Martain: Maj. Mark Tesh, Commander: fBack Row! Maj, Mack Wilson: Amn. Edward Cheeks: Amn. Ricky Gunnells. 'QQ' SCIENCE CLUB: lFrontRow2 MaryClark: Tammy Hughes: Lindajohnslon: Mr, Murphy,Adviser: KRow 22 Sandy Yow: Leslie Canady, Secretary: Lillian Rankins, President: fBack Row! Ricky Mozee: Denig: Carey Cox, Vice-President. Kat hy fBack Row! Tom Bessellieu, Vice-President: Charlie Cable. CHESS CLUB: ffront Row! Celia Cole, Secretary: Mary Simpson: David Satterfield: Steven Mat ney: IROWZJ Vance Polley, President: Buzz Foster, Treasurer and NAACQ manager: David Orren SBA: flfront Row! Robin Brown: Trenna Ross: Carol Withers: Tammera Roseboro: Gwendolyn Gabriel: San Cochran: Phyllis Alexander: KRow2Q Joyce Walker: Vickie johnson: Dickinson: janet Hardy: Myron Williams: fBack Row! Donnie Leak: Robert Scales: Bonnie Wike: Artie Williams: Gwen Hill: Hope Simmons. Beverly Trapp: Donna l65 MARCHING BAND: tRow1j Mark Blythe: Wayne Osborne: Vance Polley: Randy Mayes: jimmy Oliver: Chris Dixon: Curtis Dean: Reginald Lowery: David johnson: jim Ramsey: 4Row2j Mr. Phillips, Diremor: Martha Dorton: Gale Church: Lajaynes Harris: Frankie Greene: Connie Black: Mary Morrow: Thane Black: jeffrey Chandler: jimmy Carpenter: Connie Blackwell: Carol Withers: Twila Rene Adams: Vivian Black: Colleen Pierce: Susan Campbell: Carol Wilber: Cheryl Stewart: iRow 3j julia Phillips: Sandra Delinger: Vickie Cant: Tammie Curl: Rusty Long: Anita Caldwell: Gene Hall: Leah McConnell: Steve Barber: Beverly McCorkle: Andy Thomas: joey Rusher: Susan Rogers: Tom Mayes, Steve Wallin: Deborah Lindsay: Gazella Robertson: Robin Styers: lRow 4j David Spry: Steven MBUWCYY Linda Northcott: LeeWasham: john Hansil: Donnell Cooper: Tim Smith: john Osborne: Donnie Kay: Keith Cross: Keith Donahue: Debbie Barringer: Dely Conner: Cindy Blackwell: Anne Pafkefi Lynn Polley: Sue Henson: Rose Brawley: Sandy Nance: iR0w5j Tim Barbee: Lea Burt: David Clark: Tim johnston: Scott Climer: Rodney Hammond: Eugene Deaton: David Canupp: Richard jefferies: Paul Rogers: Marc Frye: Mike Auten: Tim Wilson: Bob Bridgman: Roger Ward: Bryce Plott: Steve Crockett: Wayne Sanders: Gregory Harris: Danny Price: Bobby Regans: Lydia Thompson: Karen Y, Monteith: Earl Russell, BLUE NOTES: lFront Rowj Beverly Taylor: Leah McConnell: Tim Smith: Donnie Kay: Tim johnston: 1Row Zj Mr. Phillips, Director: Trina Lammers: Ellen Phillips: Lea Burt: Connie Blackwell: iRow 37 Linda Northcott: Cindy Blackwell: David joop: john Osborne: jeff Chandler: lBack Rowj Mark Blythe: Richard jeffries: David Canupp: Marc Frye: Wayne Osborne. LETTERGIRLS: Tammara Roseboro: Renee Walker: Cheryl Wilson: Renee McClure: Sherri Long: Noel Rhodes: Robin Pierce: julie Ranson: Debbie McConnell: Mrs. Maxine Deal: Sponsor. SYMPHONIC BAND: tFront Rowj Mark Blythe: Robert Kerns: Gary Thompkins: jimmy Oliver: ReneeWalker: Renee McClure: K-SueWiIson: Beth McConnell: Cheryl Wilson: Kim Holbrook: lRow2J Mr. Phillips, Director: Pat Henderson: Martha Dorton: Gale Church: julie Ransom Mary Morrow: Curtis Dean: Reginald Lowery: jeffrey Chandler: Connie Blackwell: Carol Withers: Tammera Roseboro: Terri Cook: Trina Lammers: Beverly McCorkle: Anne Parker: Debbie McMurray: Frankie Green: Cheryl Stewart: David johnson: tRow 33 Lea Burt: Beverly Taylor: Sandy Nance: Tammie Curl: Lajaynes Harris: Connie Black: Eva Morris: Ellen Phillips: john Osborne: Tim Smith: john Hansil: jimmy Carpenter: David Spry: Lynn Polley: Susan Rogers: Carol Wilber: Steve Wallin: Dely Connor: Rose Brawley: Deborah Lindsay: Cazella Robertson: Robin Styers: iRow 41 David Clark: Tim Barbee: Sandy Davis: Linda Northcott: Scott Climer: Wayne Osborne: Rusty Long: Anita Caldwell: Steve Barber: Leah McConnell: Chris Canady: Steven Matney: Donnie Kay: Thane Black: Tom Mayes: Vance Polley: Debbie Barringer: Karen Monteith: Earl Russell: Charlotte McCraw: Sue Henson: lBack Rowj Mike Auten: Sherri Long: Tim johnston: Gene Hall: Calvin Grier: joe Goforth: Beth Plagens: Eugene Deaton: Richard jefferies: Bobby Howard: David Canupp: Bryce P10115 Tim Wilson: Bob Bridgeman: Randy Mayes: Greg Harris: Donnell Cooper: Paul Rodgers: jim Ramsey: David joop: Keith Cross: Cindy Blackwell: Rodney Hammond: Roger Ward: Danny Price: Wayne Sanders: Marc Frye: Chris Dixon. CONCERT BAND: lFront Row: Sharyn Kid: Penny Nixon Black: Debbie Smith: Gazella Robertson: Susan Campbell V Pat Henderson: K-SueWilson: tRow 23 Mr. Phillips, Director Sandra Delinger: Vickie Gant: Tammie Curl: Anita Caldwell Barringer: Rose Brawley: tRow 33 julia Phillips: john Hansil Lee Washam: Steve Barber: Steve Matney: Andy Thomas jimmy Carpenter: joey Rusher: Thane Black: Tom Mayes Calvin Grier: Newton Williams: joe Goforth: Beth Plagens Thompson: Beth McConnell: Cheryl Wilson. 167 MAIORETTES: fFront Rowj Kim Holbrook: Beverly Taylor Head: Vanessa Evans: tBack Rowl Debbie Smith: Terri Cook Carol Washam: Debbie Hill: Beth Huffstetler: Karen Webb Lajayne Harris: Mary Morrow: Twila Rene Adams: Vivian Gene Hall: Robin Pierce: Kim Holbrook: David Spry: Lynn Polley: Anne Parker: Susan Rogers: Carol Wilber: Debbie Vance Polley: Colleen Pierce: David johnson: tBack Rowj Eugene Deaton: Rodney Hammond: Leah McConell: Marc Frye: Tim Smith: Donnell Cooper: Keith Donahue: Bryce Plott: Danny Price: Steve Crockett: Bobby Regans: Lydia RECORDS FLAG GIRLS: iFront Row? Pat Hendersonp Elaine Erving lRow 27 Beth McConnell, Headp Sandy Davisy iBack Rowl Beth Pla- gensp Debbie McMurray, ORCHESTRA: lFront Rowj Cheryl Stewartp Sharon Sharpp Ellen Phillipsg Beverly Taylorg Alice Thomassong Susan Moore: Gwen Barrinog lanice Nesmithp Elaine Erving Doris Privettp lRow 23 Chris Morgang Lea Burtg Mona Browng Leah McConnellp Connie Blackwellp Jimmy Oliver: lrma Vanceg Mary Knoxg Donnae johnsonp Happy Mitchellp iRow 3b Mr, Phillips, Directory Cindy Blackwellp Tim Barbeeg David Spryy lohnOsbornep Leslie Canadyg Karin Wrucky Wayne Osbornep Carol Carry Trina Lammersp iBack Rowl Gregory Harrisp Richard lefferiesp David Canuppp Bryce Plottp Tim Smithg Chris Hightg Marc Fryeg Randy Mayesg Mark Blythey Kevin Miller. IRC: iFront Rowb Cindy Campbell: Celia Coleg Mette Anderseng Sissy Kelton, Presidentp Terri Barnettep lRow ZJ Kathy Wolf: lolene Bradford, Secretaryp Scott Brumley, Treasurerp Vance Polley Historianp Miss Karen Suitt, Sponsory iRow 33 Mary Knoxp Elaine Howellg Charles Smith Il, Vice-President: Mary Mig Smithp Susan Campbellp iBack Rowj john Blythep Carey Cox: john Bakery Ronnie Ashmorep Buzz Fosterg Larry Blissy Bryce Plott. ' a:Mzr ,,,,,awi,'-V A .aff K '1 - W. ,Ayala I ff, V ,i if , ,A M , , RECORDS BOYS' ENSEMBLE: ffront Row2 Allen Lineberger, Rod Puckett, Roger Mayhew, David Satterfield, Richard Gant, Mr. Pittard, Director, fRow 22 john Edwards, Senior Chorusmaster, Alonzo Howze, Robert Tilson, Bobby Dove, Danny Watson, Mike Lands, KRow 32 Arthur Davis, Fred Crawford, Victor Rorrer, Michael Carpenter, Donald Hampton, Charles Tilson, Charles Clark, fBaCk Row2 Larry Smith, Sam Crabtree, Larry Long, Kent jones, joel Potts, Michael Moultry, Ronnie Ashmore. CHOIR: Mr. Pittard, Director, Kathy Simmons, ll Hwa Hwang, Angela Hill, Pollyjones, Susan Morton, Bonnie Barksdale, Vicki Little, Accompanist, Roger Mayhew, Maryland Grier, Diane Gabriel, Secretary, Nerissa Henderson, Rachel Stephenson, Denise Carpenter, Tina Thompson, Donna Allen, jo Van Hoy, Secretary, fRow 22 Mette Anderson, Marquetia Lowery, Penny Reid, Vivian Bing, Toni Burgess, Penny Broffmam, Larry Blythe, john Edwards, Marla Sherrill, Susan Elliot, Phyllis Bost, Rosalind Houston, Valerie Vinson, Dee Herring, Becky McConnell, Theresa Silvers, fRow 32 Ginger Bledsoe, Nancy Horton, Cathy Price, Robin Howell, Lynne Gardner, Christine Collins, Deborah Woodson, Dawn King, Roger Crump, Fred Crawford, Chuck jones, Tom Ed White, Choirmaster, Heidi Schultz, Accompanist, Patti Carter, Bonnie Wike, Rhonda Helms, Karen Elliott, Beverly Walker, Brenda Vinson, fBack Row2 Kathy Smith, Kim Locke, Karen Winkler, Phyllis Bumgarner, Tom Bessellieu, Manager, Paul Cole, john Blythe, David Groce, Sam Crabtree, jeff Gordon, Buzz Foster, Howard Staton, jimmy Kerns, LarrySmith, Gary Baker, Waller Blackwell, Renee Howard, joyce Pratt, Ronette White, Sheila Brooks. GIRL'S ENSEMBLE: fFront Row2 Mr, Michael Pittard, Director, Terri Barnette, Ronge Brown, Celia Cole, Becky McConnell, Vickie Little, Helen Schultz, lean Anklin, KRow22 Nancy Bradford, Mary Mig Smith, Betsy Ellington, Toni Burgess, Wanda Keziah, Rosalind Houston, jackie Karriker, fRow 32 Vickie Deal, Lynne Gardner, Robin Howell, Leah McConnell, Debora Barkley, jo Bradford, Cathy Hicks, fBack Row2 Ginger Bledsoe, Karen Winkler, Debbie Morrow, Mary Lowery, Christine Collins, Kim Wilhelm, janet Gurley, Karen Elliot, Connie Blackwell. 169 RECORDS CIVINETFES: 1Front Rowj Delia Neil: Cindy Campbell: jan Decker: Martha Dorton: Cindy Falandysz: Beverly Russell: Lajaynes Harris: Mary Kelton: BarbaraWhite: ReneeWalker: Linda Cavin: fRow2j Robin Styers: Rusty Long: Mette Andersen: Beverly Stevens: Sissy Kelton: Elise Stephenson: jan Cross: jan Todd: jo Van Hoy: Toni Burgess: Tammy Sinclair: Susan Campbell: Angela Canipe: Mrs. Maye, Adviser: tRow 33 jean An klin: Alice Thomasson: Elaine Ervin: Beverly Taylor: jolene Bradford: Frankie Green: joyee Lewis: Barbara Mayhew: jane Ann Sossamon: jane DeRight: Mary Knox: lrma Vance: Sue Henson: Debbie McMurray: Beverly McCorkle: lBack Rowj Stella Parker: Debbie Barringer: Carol Lynch: Catherine Maxwell: Happy Mitchell: Carol Felts: Ellen Figaro: Noel Rhodes: Mary Simpson: Sherri Long: janet Davis: Teresa Todd: Beth McConnell: Terry Neill: Karin Wruck: Beth Plagens: Liz Ervin: Phyllis Bumgarner. K KEY CLUB: 1Front Rowj Dan Mayes: john Labban: Frank Undenfvood, Sgt.-at-Arms: Kyle Russell: jimmy Oliver, Sgt.-at-Arms: Charles Warlick: Lea Burt, Chaplain: Tony Knox: CRow Zj john Osborne, President: Carl Robbins: Keith Cross: Sam Sherrill, Honorary Member: Chuck jones: Earl Russell: fRow 33 Stan Bryant: Matt Ballard: Randy Mayes, Project Committee Chairman: Donnie Kay, jr, Class Adviser: Scott McClure, Secretary: Wayne Osborne, Sr. Class Adviser: Ken Scattergood: lBack Rowj Greg Harris: john Baker: Frank Barbee: Charles Helms: Randy Beard: Artie Williams, Treasurer: Robert Kerns: George Tilson: Rock Pickard. BOOSTER CLUB: KFront Rowj Trimona Brandon: Sharon Sharp: Elaine Ervin: Pat Henderson: Barbara White: jan Decker: Tina DeRock: Tracye Claytor: Debbie Hill: Mrs. Green, Adviser: Tammera Roseboro: KRow 2j Laine Sachsenmaier: Sharyn Kidd: Debbie McConnell: Lisa Fesperman: Terri Cook: Sandy Davis: Elise Stevenson: Cindy Porter: Mike Setzer: Gwen Gabriel: lRow 3: Kevin Swanson: Carol Moore: Sherri Long: Linda Cavin: Eva Morris: jan Cross: jan Todd: Carol Washam: Kathy Boone: Maureen McGuire: lRow 4j Patti Boovy: Kelly McConnell: Liz Ervin: Beth Plagens: janet Davis: Linda Northcott: Perry Bell: Rusty Cross: Pete Farrell: Susan Elliot: Frank Underwood. 170 fo FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS: iFront Rowi Lisa Falandysz, Secretary, lo Van Hoy, Chaplain Executive, Laine Sachsenmaier, Vice President, Colleen Pierce, Treasurer, Robbie Meachem, Mary Mig Smith, President, lRow 21 Phyllis Bumgarner, Vice-President, Stella Parker, Secretary, loyee Lewis, Secretary, Susan Campbell, Secretary, lRow 3l Earl Russell, Devotions Chairman, Wayne Osborne, President, Megan Bevan, President, Brenda Donahue, Vice-President, Mrs. lean Holtzclaw, Adviser iBack RowJThomas Bessellieu,Treasurer, Lee Richey, President, CareyCox, Vice-President, lean Knox, Devotions Chairman. LATIN CLUB: lFmnt Rowi jimmy Carpenter, Vance Polley, President, Lynn Polley, Historian, Audrey Wilson, Mary Kelton, iRow 27 Carol Hunter, Bert Wolf, Raymond Reitzel, Debra Kennedy, Mrs. Yates, Adviser, lRow 31 Victor Conrad, Lewis Wilson, Frederick Mahatha, iBack Rowl Mike Freeman, Scott Climer, William Cochran, Charles Tilson, Rick Payne. SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS: CFront Rowl Debbie Phileman, Chairman of Devotions, Boyce Chambers, Secretary, Mary Ellen Eaker, Vice-President, Angela Canipe, Vice-President, lBack Rowl Artie Williams, President, Charles Smith Il, Trea- surer, Mrs. Alcala, Adviser. 171 RECORDS SAE: iFront Rowj Rusty Long, Terri Cook, Debbie McMurray, Lisa Fesperman, julie White, Barbara White, Secretary, lRow 25 Martha Hunt, Kathy Denig, KathyWolf, Bonnie Wike, Tim Smith, 1Back Rowj Irma Vance, Treasurer, Carey Cox, Sherri Long, President. ,,,,, -vw 7 FBLA SENIORS: lFront Rowj Cindy Porter, janet Benton, Beverly Hager, judy Dove, Maryland Grier, Rhonda Helms, Vickie Leagon, Recording Secretary, CRow 27 CathyWaIters, Rhyta Lancaster, Mike Weaver, Kathy Davis, Cheryl Bennett, HankRhyne, jeff Bonds, Parliamentarian, Mrs. joyce Keller, Adviser, CBack Rowj janet Taylor, Debbie Lackey, Corresponding Secretary, Bonnie Wike, Teresa Foster, Nickie Fetterson, Reporter, Pam Wilson, Deborah Merck, Treasurer, Scott McCallum. FBLA SOPHOMORES 81 IUNIORS: iFront Rowj MeLanie Nienke, Starr Bartlett, Trena Ross, Mrs. joyce Keller, Adviser, CBack Rowj Debora Barkley, Barbara McAuley, Randy Brown, janet Curley, Karen Rodden. 172 RECORDS FHA HERO: CFront Rowl Gayla Hoyle: Cathy Carroll: Diane Hinson: LisaMcKee: Mrs, Bobbie Ross,Adviser:lRow2J Ginny Benoy: Debbie Cooper: Teresa Ford: Donna Richards: iBack Rowl Sonja Brookshire: Gwen Cooper: Carol Carr: Gwen Barrino: Kerry Small: Debra Gravitte. FHA: lFront Rowj Mrs. Puckett, Adviser: Freida Dellinger: Annette Ranson: Lisa McKee: Cathy Carroll: Sharon Sharp: Doris Oehler: Becky McConnell: Marla Sherrill: Diane Hinson: lRow 2l Debbie Hill: Debbie Cooper: Teri Harris: Bobbie Carter, President: Vivian Bing: lanet Hardy: Gwen Cooper: Gayla Hoyle: Donna Richards: Tressie Eaker: DonnaZiegler: iRow 33 Ginny Benoy: Cathy Smith: Leslie Yandle: Becky Fite: Vickie johnson: Ioyce Chambers: Gwen Barrino: Teresa Ford: Debra Gravitte: Pam Buchanan: Mrs. Bobbie Ross,Adviser: lBack Rowl Mrs, ShirleneGrigg, Adviser: Bonnie Barnette: Patsy Davis: Cheryl Knox: Carol Carr: Laurie Barker: Sonja Brookshire: Kerry Small: Terry Christenbury: Sandy Yow: janet Davis. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA: fFront Rowl George Graham: Tim Brown: Rodney Parker: Randy Howard: Tommy Mauch: lRow2l Iran Sherrill: Tim Knox, President: Alan Fox: Lonnie Melton: lerry Dunlap: jimmyChristenbury: Mike Hunter: Raymond Reitzel: fRow3J Greg Smith: Everett Houston: Tony Bumgarner: Wayne Wilson: Clim Piercy: EricGibby: Authur O'ShieIds: Thad Reames: james Berry: jimmy Smith: Mr. L, R. Wynn, Adviser: iBack Rosh Gary Rourk: Buck Ayers: Brent Reid: Sidney Caldwell: Rusty Cochran: Terry Barringer: Darrell Ashford: joel Wally: Ronnie Roach: Ernie Wrenn: Ricky Phifer. 173 RECORDS HEALTH CAREERS: 1Front Row3 Annette Ranson, Secretary, Gayla Hoyle, lan Decker, Treasurer, Doris Oehler, Mrs. Maxine Deal, Adviser, CRow 23 Tammy Hughes, Teri Harris, Debbie Cooper, Debbie Hill, Cheri Kiker, President, lRow 33 Sonja Brookshire, Cindy Irvin, Kerry Small, iBackRow3 Vickie Deal, Liz Ervin, Charlotte McCraw, Vice-President, Deb Latham, Treasurer, Barbara Lovelace. JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT: iFront Row3 Carol Withers, Denice Harper, Gloria Barrino, Vivian Bing, Renita Simmons, Bonnie Barksdale, Diane Gabriel, San Cochran, Diane Leak, iRow 23 DeEtta Mayhew, Bob Bridgman, Frank Barbee, Keith Dewalt, Hope Simmons, Bettie Davis, Robin Brown, Trenna Ross, iBack Row3 Paulette Cowan, Harris Holt, Charles Helms, Keith Kirkpatrick, Nickie Fetterson, Donnie Leak, Robert Scales, Lewis Woodley, Gregory Baxter. Y ' SKI CLUB: iFront Row3 Cathy Walters, Beth Huffstetler, Meg Pouncy, Mary Stinson, Cindy Porter, Sharyn Kidd, lRow 23 Bob Ganfvood, jimmy Oliver, Janice Rush, Danny Skidmore, Kim Holbrook, Irma Vance, Mrs. Carolyn Loftis, Adviser, iRow 33 Tim Wayland, Hardy Shoe, Carol Moore, Sharon Misenheimer, iBack Row3 Keith Cross, lim Ramsey, Charles Helm, jimmy Kerns. S MONOGRAM CLUB: CFront Row: janet Taylor: Mary Ellen Baker: Debra Dickson: jane Gamble: Theresa Garrison: Marilyn Kaylor: Mary Mig Smith: Carol Stillwell: Robbie Meachem: BarbaraWhite: Linda Cavin: fRow 27 john Battle: Tony Knox: joyce Walker: joan Saunders: Trimona Brandon: Sissy Kelton: Mike Setzer: Carl Travis: Robin Alexander: Leslie Yandle: fRow 3: john Labban: Frank Underwood: Kenny Blackwelder: james Lowery: Robert Scales: Martin Rivens: Grover Rivens: james Scales: Pat Potter: Rock Pickard: Greg Hutsell: Reginald Richmon: Miss Antosek,Adviser: CRow4j Mr. Campagna, Adviser: Felton Carr: Charles Smith II: Kevin Swanson: Danny Skidmore: Carl Robbins: Ronnie Roach: Gerald McGraw: Hardy Shoe: Matt Ballard: jeffSkidmore: Randy Bolton: 4Back RowJ: Sherwood Ran kin: Bobby Howard: jimmy Davidson: Ken Andrews: George Tilson: Charles Helms: Donnie Leak: Rusty Cross: Lamar Chapman: Frank Barbee: Mike Poeteat: Rusty Knox: Matt Birmingham: john Baker: Randy Griffin: Pete Farrell. N: fe - . sv 33' -ix + wtf PEP CLUB: CFront Rowl DeEtta Mayhew: Faye Barnette: Bon- nie Barksdale: Diane Gabriel: Gwen Gabriel: Paulette Cowan: Tujuana Knox: fBack Rowj Sandy Yow: Bettie Davis: Robin Brown: Connie Carr: Trenna Ross: Libby McCain: Teresa Cowan: Mr. Murphy, Adviser. GYNASTICS CLUB: lFront Row: Lisa Falandysz: Terry Morgan: Deena Burge: Tina DeRock: 1Row 21 Lisa Fesperman: Terri Cook: Tammy Stinson: Nannette Pierce: Robin Howell: lBack Rowj Mrs. Fran Alcala, Adviser: john Hansil: Kathy Denig. SOCCER CLUB: lFront Rowl Scott Brumley: Bert Wolf: john Battle: David Brown, Vice-President: Charles Smith: Tim Wayland: lRow 21 Todd Asti: jeb Blackwelder: jeremy Walmsley: Ken Andrews: Simon Walmsley: Mrs. Fran Alcala, Adviser: lBaCk Rowj Waller Blackwell: Tim Wilson, President: Eddie Sherwood: Randy Beard: Don Little: Randy Brown: Ebie Lewis. RECORDS VARSITY FOOTBALL: CFront Row! Randy Griffiny Gerald Carry loe Leey leff Skidmorey Robert Scalesy Tony Knoxy Grover Rivensy Mike Setzery Randy Boltony lames Scalesy Aaron Dixony Donald Archery iRow 23 Doug Kernsy Carl Robbinsy Lea Burty Pat Pottery Kevin Swansony Steve Crumptony Robbie Gilesy Gerald McGrawy Rock Pickardy Kyle Russelly Hardy Shoey Pete Farrelly Carl Travisy Bobby Howardy Scott McClurey CRow3J Will Campagna, Coachy Newton Williamsy Greg Hutselly Matt Birminghamy Reggie Richmondy james Loweryy jimmy Davidsony FrankBarbeey Lamar Chapmany Kimmy Whitey Sherwood Rankiny Marcus Farmery Louis Woodleyy jimmy Poole, Coach. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: iLeft to Rightl loan Saunders, Heady Linda Caviny Barbara Whitey Robbie Meachemy Trimona Brandony Sissy Keltony Leslie Yandley Robin Alexan- dery Joyce Walker. IUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: 4Left to Righty Mary Low- eryy Terry Morgany Lisa Falandyszy Delores Baxtery Tina De- Rocky Shelly Holshousery Deena Burge, Head. 176 TRACK TEAM: 1Front Rowj Randy Boltong Marvin Murrayp john Battle: james Scalesg Robert Scalesp David Meachemg Carl Travisp Charles Smithp George Graham: lRow 23 Ricky jacksong Loren Greenwellp jeb Blackwellg Clarence Gambleg Rick Stilwellg Theron Barrinog Waller Blackwellg jimmy Davidsong Robert Kernsg Coach Cochran. ...W j , C, jacjj r so M., i ....,.-a41L....W Ve W gizggjfgw .1 VV K y . ,, ,,,,, ', "W , L, , , , vw? I .-.W L A-M . ,V1.V A"""'Hs 5,52 ""2M ,., , j .ww M:- Mr-rx " ,f QU - Q I W . 2, .df wr XX 4 'nav' -rf 7 W Nw M 4 ' 3 K W H? s Ji L rw 5r,....,....... ,jcj .,,r,,1 ArV.'c' jf" , . - Q A cj c A if it , at W cl'j f ' ii A lcrce A ,K f T. L V.': V V ' if ti , M. " ry f Q . " Ai li A V A i f' fl ' I f xg A . 4. ,,r, , W. 1 gm as n N 1 if W , , '- li V ' if 2, V ' ' f fi E f W x .fr ' ,, ,J ., Y , Wi , i 4 V 1 K I 5 5 . ., fi A gf ' ,E f"""""""7 .. Q jj a , +1229 , If 'M 1 :.f,,..r M, is f 'l"l . - ' "':: I " ' T Q f A r 'M , f 7 r-ff""cf L T A at ' cjje iz- , EL- A 4 RWM 5 " i. ig iii 1-K ffrvr 'Ihr -V K r . I Q ., 3 -2 A my , I ak i A .4 Q L? 'fl ' ' ' A ' "" A r-' f VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: lFront Rowj Tony Knox: Mike Poteatg Andy Greer: Grover Rivensp Ricky Ransom Gerald Browng Mike Setzerp Rusty Knoxp C. j. Nelsonp 4Back Rowj Coach Holdenp Charlie Rivensp Ronnie Roachp David Waymery Dale Simsp Todd Burrisp Mark Rashp David McClurep Martin Rivensp jimmy Warlickg Bill Rodgers, Asst. Coach. R 215 GOLF TEAM: CFront Rowj T. McLeodp Tim Moserp Gardner 5 3 Browng fBack Rowj Blaine Toddp David Brown: Rock Pickardg --.. Q - David Rogers. C f ,,,' ' -S J,f' !f'-M -3 wg: ' Pg Q, ti: wx . is ' Wg. K kk i f i" . T ' V T iii? . 4 l.V. BASKETBALLTEAM: iFront Rowl Grayland Wallaceg Tommy Crossp Robert Quarlesp Milton Smithg Ricky Mozzeg David Swaringenp Wyatt Chasey Coach Mizelleg tBack Rowh Melvin Hooverg Gerald Carry Alan Payneg Lamar Chapmanp Steve Crockettg Mike Morrisong Gerald MacAfee, mm . 3 'Z s tr 'i fur 4 , AA ' SWIM TEAM: CFront Rowl Cindy Falandyszp Mary Keltony Trina Lammersp janetTaylor,Girls'Captainp DannySkidmore7 Mark Taylorg lRow 23 jamie Thomasg Stella Parkerg Michael Carpenterp john Hansilg Donnell Cooperp KRow 35 Cindy Blackwellp Patsy Davisp Mark Blythep Rick Payneg Lewis Wil- song leb Blackwellg lRow 45 Stan Bryant, Boys' Captaing Gary Poteatg Randy Beardg Ronnie Ashmoreg Waller Blackwellp Charles Helms. 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"FLOWERS OF DlSTlNCTlON" Serving the Area 40 Years SMITH'S FLOWERS, INC. 302 Smith's Circle Cornelius, N. C. Phone 892-8856 THE HUB Davidson, N. C. 892-8888 PITTMAN'S GROCERY 6701 Bleatties Ford Rd. Charlotte, N. C. 28216 399-9143 186 THE DAIRY BARN lformerly Dairy Queenl 6216 Belhaven Blvd. fHwy. :,l.,4:16I Owner and Operator GEORGE A. ERNSBERGER THE VILLAGE STORE When you care enough to send the very best. Davidson, N. C. OAK HILLS SUPERETTE Oakdale Road C. A. Todd, Proprietor i 1 BASHFULS, LTD. FINE ARTS 8. GIFTS SINCE 1973 115 North Main Street Terry L. Harpe Davidson, N. C. 28036 Cindy Booker C7043 892-8686 Owners ADVERTISEMENTS A. H. 8. S. M. Wilson, Inc. COUNTRY STYLE PORK SAUSAGE Huntersville, N. C. 28078 Dial: 399-3582-399-3569-399-9872 The Harver World Encyclopedia Completely Up-to-Date M as ee- reef' and Modern in Every Sense for information call: EAP 535-6060 OAK HILLS SUPERETTE Oakdale Road C. A. Todd, Proprietor Hours 8 rto 5 W LORETTAS FLOWERS 8. GIFTS ...fa I Y Huntersville, N. C. 28208 Business Phone 875-1238 or 596-3720 Home Phone 596-7274 Cornelius, N. C. 187 ADVERTISEMENTS 1 -mf. 1 ll , 'lL, , ,-V F N-Q V ' E , S -1 eelwis ii.iM75?M WRU NW., S, LJ.,-J. x.,L.:3'-.SEX Ja K E :NA Ch V-J fx"-vx dx ' EAa j ,--. A C Congratulations N evo.. ee -R ' " fxfficfwo 0 QRS ' "NK P ' Z2 .EXQLQA is -mix ,RQ TVX ' i l,u,Q35J.,vii-Ein-L'g"""N' 15. -,nn Q, V QZSQ QA I .,,,- ,f'YNfx ,Q - V-V ' 'Q'A QM' L . uthem Bell An Equal Opportunity Employer 1 i Q FOR A TELEPHONE INTERVIEW CALL 377-8735 , i- Y GEORGE W. TILSON, CO. REMODELI NG-ADDITIONS-CABINETS NEW CONSTRUCTIONS Phone: 875-6714 Route 3, Box 57 Huntersville, N. C. 28078 Parks Rexall Drugs Hours: Mon.-Sat Ph0"'e1392'8938 COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 10100500 THE PAT TREXLER COSMETICS ,l t Russell Stover Candy .elk af... Hours: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Weekly Main St Peggy Mcconnen Sunday 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. 892-0208 Davidson, N. C. 28036 Elaine McArn Rt. 1--Box 465 GROWERS OF Hunterville, N. C. 28078 DOMOR , - .I,, . ,V 8g .I , I - , POT McKIssIcks Shoe Shop AX I 7 ' Iotf sy PLANTS Main Street 2 Davidson, North Carolina Z R Q Greenhouses: with . . . A Hunterville-Concord Rd. Hunterville, N. C. Sole Leather: 188 ADVERTISEMENTS r WHOLESALE GIFT CENTER 6234 Belhaven Boulevard Hwy. 13:16 North Charlotte, N. C. 28216 Phone: 47041 392-5451 OPEN TO PUBLIC l l 189 ADVERTISEMENTS THE GALLEY FISH CAMP AND STEAK HOUSE Compliments of -B R 3 Two Miles West of Cornelius Downtown Hunterville on Highway 73 892-5416 T. W. Burgess Phone 875-2594 Withers Electric Company BURGESS SUPPLY COMPANY Custom Cut Poly Foam, Doors, and Carpet Plywood and Paneling Snapper Mowers and Yazoos McCulloch Chain Saws Route 2, Box 687 Highway 73 Huntersville, N. C. 28078 GE. APPLIANCES Davidson Lightweight Cycles Plumbing-Heating-Wiring Wjfnu Davidson, N. c. 892-1136 ever oinward McGEE PUMP SERVICE FLOWE'S GENERAL MERCHANDISE 392-3555 Phone 399-9216 190 ADVERTISEMENTS Compliments of C ll' 5' . . Jmfilof' Bm BuMGARNER's Pnonuce 5' 730 W. Trade Street CQ, Charlotte, N. C. 28201 CORNELIUS, N. C. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Manufacturers of Fruit Baskets Are Our Specialty PLATFORM ROCKERS 374-9120 a nd RECLINING CHAIRS Quality Building Materials for Over 35 Years 308 E. Craighead Rd. 332-3972 ABERNETHY LUMBER COMPANY charlotte, N.c. 28206 334-7722 - 1 l 1 191 ADVERTISEMENTS NEPTUNE'S CASTLE PET CENTER 202 South Main St. Cornelius, N. C. Large Selection of Tropical Fish Complete Line of Aquariums 8t Aquarium Supplies SMALL ANIMALS SNAKES DOG AND CAT SUPPLIES All Breed Dog 8. Cat Grooming Closed Sunday 84 Tuesday 892-0481 Open 11:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. HOKE LUMBER COMPANY Phone 892-4841 Davidson, N. C. 192 NEIL DRUG COMPANY, INC. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS On the Corner Huntersville, N. C. 24 HOUR SERVICE E, CROSS MOTOR COMPANY ..l - fem vgouur Box 468 Huntersville, N. C. 875-6557 CAVIN FUNERAL HOME Member National Funeral Directors Association AIR-CONDITIONED CHAPEL AMPLE PARKING Huntersville, North Carolina Dial 875-6596 ADVERTISEMENTS KNOX'S GRILL I SHORT-ORDERS-CARRY OUTS Located On Highway 73 892-1416 HOLIDAY HARBOR Rt. 1, Davidson LAKE NORMAN SELF-SERVICE GAS AND GROCERIES Fishing - Boating - Skiing Beverage 81 Food Saves You More at 892-0561 "Behind Overland Transportation Co." BARKLEY'S GROCERY AND GAS Highway 73 7 a.m.-9 p.m. MARY MAC'S DRESS SHOP' LADI ES-READY-TO-WEAR Davidson, North Carolina 892-8156 193 ADVERTISEMENTS ,Nl :ff ,gi iv ,T ,fu l 44 I 'G x I I 194 REEVES BROTHERS, INC. CURON DIVISION Cornelius, North Carolina Manufacturers. of POLYURETHANE FOAM We Are an Equal Opportunity Employer ADVERTISEMENTS ATLANTA HARDWOOD CORP. WHOLESALERS 81 DISTRIBUTORS OF FOREST PRODUCTS Atlanta, GA. 30318 P. O. Box 39038 Phone: I404I 799-8305 Huntersville, N. C. 28078 P. O. Box 666 Phone: C7047 875-6587 THE MECKLENBURG GAZETTE NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING PHOTOGRAPHY COMIVIERCIAL PRINTING Box 548 Davidson, N. C. Area 704 Tel. 892-8809 COMPLIMENTS OF W. A. CAVIN INSURANCE AGENCY Complete Insurance Service 875-2415 Huntersville, North Carolina 195 SENIOR DIRECTORY ABERNETHY, JOSEPH GLENN, JR. Spanish Club 13 Homcoom Officer 1, 23 CEO 33 Football 1, 2. ALEXANDER, ROBIN Student Council 1, 23 Red Cross 13 FHA 13 JA 23 Spanish Club 1, 23 Homeroom President 2, JV Cheerleader l, Varsity 2, 33 Homecoming Queen 33 Gymnastics Club 23 Class Executive Committee 23 Project Aries 2. ALEXANDER, WILLIE LEE Bus Driver 1, 2, 33 JA 1. ANDERSEN, METTE Exchange Student from NOTWBYQ Miss North Mecklenburg Car- rousel PYIIICCSSQ Civinettes 33 Choir 33 French Club 33 IRC 33 National Honor Society 3. ANDREWS, KENNETH LLOYD Spanish Club 1, 2, Reporter 23 National Honor Society 2, 33 Cross Country 2, 33 Soccer Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 33 Basketball 23 CEO 3. ASHFORD, DARRELL THOMAS VICA 33 FFA 3. ASHLEY, JERRY WAYNE Homeroom Officer 1, 23 VICA 2, 3. ASTI, TRACY TRAY Activities Committee 23 Civinettes 13 Viking Staff 2, 3, Photo- grapher 33 Booster Club 33 JA 13 Project Aries President 33 Gymnastics Club 1, 23 CEO 3, AUTEN, MICHAEL TED Spanish Club 1, 23 National Honor Society 33 Project Aries 33 Band 1, 2, 33 CEO 33 Who's Who in American High Schools. AYERS, JAMES LEWIS Viking Staff 23 Band, 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 3 FFA 2, 3. BAKER, JEFF THOMAS BARBEE, FRANK STEPHEN Key Club 2, 33 Bus Driver 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 1, 23 Band 1, 2, 33 Football 3. BARKER, LAURIE ANN FHA 2, 3. BARNES, RANDY ERIC FFA 3. BARNETTE, LUTHER CALVIN, JR. :ICA 2, 3 , Publicity Chairman 2, President 33 Homeroom Presi- ent 3. BARRINGER, CHARLIE RAY Homeroom Vice-President 23 Work Experience Program 3. BARRINGER, DEBBIE VONCELIA Civinettes 33 French Club 1, 2, 33 Homeroom Officer 23 Band 1, 2, 3. BARRINGER, EARL VICA 33 Bus Driver 2, 33 ROTC Fancy Drill Team 2, Competi- tion Drill 1, 2, Special Effects 2, Rifle Drill Team 1. BARRINGER, KELVIN BERNARD Bus Driver 2, 3. BARRINO, GLORIA Red Cross 13 DECA 33 JA 2, 33 Spanish Club 13 GAA 1. BATTLE, JOHN SCOTT Latin Club 1, 23 Band 33 Cross Country 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 23 Soccer Club 1, 2, 33 Wrestling 23 Monogram Club 1, 2. 3, Treasurer 2, President 3. BAUSTERT, ELIZABETH ANN BEARD, DEBORAH KAY Choir 2, 33 Girls' Ensemble 1, 2. BELK, AUDIE LAVONDA FFA 2, 33 Homeroom President 23 Wrestling 1, 2, 3. BENDER, MARGARET SUSANN JA 13 Homeroom Officer 1, 23 Ski Club 1, 2, 33 Optimist Club Award 13 DECA 2, 3, Miss DECA 23 Job Interview Winner 3. BENNETT, BERNICE Spanish Club 1, 2, 33 Spanish Award 1, 2. BENOY, VIRGINIA LOUISE Red Cross 33 FHA Hero 33 FBLA 2. BERRIER, JAMES RUSSELL Latin Club 1. BERRY, DARRELL FLEMING Red Cross 13 Track 33 Baseball 33 Basketball Manager 3. BERRY, JAMES WILLIAM FFA 2, 3. BERRY, ROSIE ELAINE Booster Club 13JA 1, 23 Viking Singers 1, 2, 33 Student Council 1. BESSELLIEU, THOMAS LEE Finance Committee 13 North Star Staff 1, 2, 3, Co-editor 23 Choir, Manager 3: Boys' Ensemble 1, 23 Viking Singers 1, 2, 33 French Club 2, 33 National Honor Society 2, 33 Govemor's School 23 National Merit Semifinalist 33 NEDT3 North Morehead Scholar Nominee3 French 1, Certificate 13 Outstand- ing North Star Staffer 23 Chess Club 2, 3, Vice-President 33 Lighting for Beauty Pageant 33 "How It Is At North" Cast 2. BING, VIVIAN BLONDELL Homeroom President 2, 33 JA 2, 33 Choir 33 Viking Singers 1, 23 SBA 2, 33 NAACP Treasurer 2. BIRMINGHAM, EUGENE DAVIS Wrestling 2, 3. BLACK, ROY LAYNE Red Cross 33 Bus Driver 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3. BLACK, STEVEN ARLANDIS Bus Driver 23 JA 23 JV Baseball 2. BLACKWELL, JAMES EMORY Spanish Club 33 Latin Club 1, 23 North Morehead Scholar Nominee3 Soccer Club33 Swimming 1, Z, 33 Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Captain 33 Track 1, 2, 3, Captain 3. BLAND, LINDA ANN Red Cross 3. 196 Senior Directory BLEDSOE, REGINA ALICE Red Cross 13 Choir 33 Girls' Ensemble 33 Viking Singers 1, 2. BLISS, FRANK LAWRENCE Student Council 3: French Club 2, 3, Treasurer 33 SAE 13 Na- tional Honor Society 2, 3, Vice-President 33 Governor's School 23 NEDT3 Chess Club 23 Tennis 2, 33 Junior Marshal3 Harvard Book Award3 NCTE Award3 U.S. History Award3 Junior Na- tional Math Exam, No. 1 in School3 French I Award3 IRC 33 North Morehead Scholar Nominee. BOLTON, RANDY CARLTON Homeroom Treasurer 13 Football 1, 2, 33 Track 3. All-County Football Team 3. BOST, DOLORES HELEN Red Cross 33 JA 1, 23 Spanish Club 2, 33 GAA 13 Safety Commit- tee 13 IRC 3. BOST, MICHAEL RAVON BOYCE, RITA FAYE DECA 2, 33 FHA 33 FBLA 2. BRAFFORD, DOUGLAS BRANDON, TYRONE Basketball 2, 3. BREWER, KANARD BRICKEY, CHARLENE ANDREA Red Cross 33 DECA 2, 33 FBLA 33 JA 1. BRIDGMAN, ROBERT LELAND II Red Cross 1, 2, 33 Bus Driver 2, 33 JA 1, 2, 33 Latin Club 13 Boys' State 23 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 33 Football 1. BROFFMAN, JACQUELINE ELIZABETH Viking Staff 2, 3, Assistant Editor 33 Northern Light: Staff 33 Booster Club 33 Choir 2, 33 Viking Singers 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 1, 23 Safety Committee 13 Human Relations Committee 1. BROOKSHIRE, SONJA RAYE Health Careers Club 33 FHA HERO 33 FHA 23 FBLA 3. BROOME, TERRI LOUISE JA 13 Latin Club 13 CEO. BROWN, MONA FAYE Viking Staff 2, 3, Editor 33 FHA 23 Bus Driver 2, 33 ROTC Color Guard 2, Competition Drill 23 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Art Club 13 Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 3. BRYANT, CAROL ELIZABETH Student Council 1, 33 Red Cross 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 33 Northern Lights Staff 33 Spanish Club Program Chairman 13 Homeroom President 1, 3, Vice-President 2. BRYANT, STANFORD M. Key Club 2, 33 French Club 1, 23 National Honor Society 2, 33 Swimming 2, 3, Captain 33 Junior MBISHSIQ Memorial Fund Committee 2, 3, President 33 Chemistry-Engineering Workshop at N.C. State 2. BURKHEARDT, MARY ELLEN FBLA 33 Homeroom Officer 1. BURRIS, VANNESSE ANN BYARS, KENNETH D. Bus Driver 1, 2, 33 Homeroom Secretary 1, 2, Vice-President 33 ROTC Competition Drill Team 1, 3. CAGLE, TIMOTHY DEAN CALDWELL, GARY Red Cross 13 VICA 23 Bus Driver 1, 33 Safety Committee 1. CAMPBELL, CYNTHIA JANE Student Council 2, 3, Executive Committee Vice-President 33 Civinettes 1, 2, 3, Sophomore Board 1, Vice-President 2, Trea- surer 33 Booster Club 13 French Club 1, 2, 33 National Honor Society 33 Homeroom President 23 Deputy Govemor District West - Jr. Civitan 33 Civitan Human Relations Conference 23 Memorial Fund Committee 2, 33 IRC 33 CEO 3. CAMPBELL, PATTI ANN Transferred from Garinger High. CAMPBELL, SIDNEY TED Football 1. CAMPBELL, TERRY WAYNE CANADY, CHRISTOPHER MARK Spanish Club 13 NEDT3 Band 1, 2, 3. CANUPP, DAVID NANTZ DECA 33 Latin Club 13 Blue Notes 1, 2, 330rchestra 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 33 All-State Band 23 All-County Band 23 Youth Symphony of the Carolinas, CARR, FELTON JA 13 French Club l, 2, 33 Homeroom Vice-President 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3. CARROLL, CATHY G. Health Careers Club 33 FHA HERO 2, 33 FHA 2, 3, State FHA Convention, Greensboro and Charlotte. CARTER, BOBBI LYNNETTE FHA 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 1, Vice-President 2, President 33 French Club 33 Homeroom President 1, 23 Contestant in MISS NORTH MECKLENBURG Beauty Pageant. CARTER, JOHN T. CARTER, KATHY LORE'I'l'A Viking Singers 1, 2, 3. CARTER, LYNN ELLEN CATHEY, CAROLYN ELIZABETH Homeroom Officer 1 3 Cheerleader 23 Class Queen 1 3 Gymnastics Club 13 Student Council Treasurer 2. CAVIN, LINDA SUSAN Student Council 2, 33 Activities Committee 1, 2, Vice-President 13 Civinettes 1, 2, 33 Red Cross 13 DECA 23 Viking Staff33 FHA 23 Booster Club 2, 33 JA 13 Latin Club 1, 23 Homeroom Secretary 13 Project Aries 33 Girls' State3 Cheerleader 1, 2, 33 Safety Committee 13 Gymnastics Club 13 Memorial Fund Committeeq CEOQ District Advertising Contest 2nd Place. CHAMBERS, BOYCE Student Council 3, Student Relations Committee Chairman 33 Welfare and Communications Committee 33 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 13 Spanish Award 1, Superior Achievement 2. CHAMBERS, JOYCE Northern Lights Staff 33 JA 1, 33 SBA 1.2, 3. CHISHOLM, BYRON DECA 23 Football 1. CHRISTENBURY, TERRY ANN FHA 2, 33 Child Care Outstanding Achievement 23 Child Care Assistant 2, 3. CHURCH, MELODIE GALE French Club 1, 2: NEDTQ Band 1, 2, 33 Homecoming Princess. CLARK, DEBRA Student Council 23 DECA 33 Homeroom Officer 2. CLAYTON, CAROL JEANNE FHA 33 FBLA 33 CEO 3. COLE, CELIA ELIZABETH Civinettes 1, 23 Red Cross 1, Secretary3 Choir 23 Girls' Ensemble 33 Viking Singers 1, 2, 33 French Club 1, 2, Secretary 1, 23 National Honor Society 2, 33 National Merit Semifinalist3 NEDT3 Junior Marshal, Chiefg CEO 33 Chess Club 2, 3, Secret- ary 3. COLLINS, CHRISTINE Choir 2, 33 Girls' Ensemble 2, 33 Art Club 1. COVINGTON, STEVE HOWARD Football 1. CONNOR, DELY HERNANDEZ Red Cross l3 French Club 1, 23 Band 1, 2, 3. CONNOR, RANDY ROTC Fancy Drill 2, 33 Red Cross 2. COOK, ROSA JA 2, 33 Spanish Club 13 Exploring Program, Southem Bell. COOPER, GWEN Red Cross 13 FHA HERO 3. CORNATZER, JAMES ANDERSON Student Council 1, 2, 33 Bus Driver 1, 2, 33 Pep Club 23 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 33 Art Club 13 Baseball 23 Football 1, 2. COWAN, RAY ANTHONY FFA 3. CRAWFORD, FRED WARREN Choir 1, 23 Boys' Ensemble 33 Spanish 13 Art Club 2. CROSS, DWIGHT SHAW SAE 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 2. CROSS, KEITH HARRIS Key Club 2, 33 Bus Driver 2, 33 Homeroom Officer 1, 23 Band 1, 2, 33 Marching Band 1, 2, 33 Ski Club 3. CROWDER, ANTHONY ERIC JA 2, 3. CURETON, MICHAEL LYNDELL DANIEL, RONALD KELLEY FFA 23 Spanish Club 2, 3. DANIELS, RONALD KENT Homeroom Secretary 33 Work Experience Program 2, 3. DAVIS, CINDY LOU JA 13 Homeroom Vice-President 3. DAVIS, ROBERT BENJAMIN Wrestling 1, 2, 3. DAVIS, ROBERT CARL DECA 3. DAVIS, SANDRA GLYN Booster Club 33 Spanish Club 13 Band 1, 2, 33 Flag Girl 33 CEO 3. DEAL, VICKY JO Health Careers Club 2, 33 FHA HERO 23 Bus Driver 2, 33 Choir 2, 33 Girls' Ensemble Z, 3. DEATON, PERRY LEE VICA, Secretary 3. DECKER, MARY JANET Activities Committee 1, 23 Civinettes 2, 33 Health Careers Club 2, 3, Treasurer 33 Booster Club 2, 33 Latin Club 13 Homeroom Treasurer 3. DELLINGER, FREIDA KAY FHA HERO 33 FBLA 23 Spanish Club 1, 2, Treasurer 23 Homeroom Secretary 13 Certificate for excellence in Spanish II and Spanish III. DICK, ROBERT JACKSON North Star Staff 1, Photographer3 Bus Driver 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 23 ROTC Superior Performance Award 23 ROTC Marksmanship Team, Commander 3, Competition Drill Team 1, 3, Special Effects 3, Rifle Drill Team 1, 3, Commander 33 Swim- ming 2, 3. DICKSON, ROBERT HENRY DIXON, AARON Student Council 23 Bus Driver 2, 33 JA 2, 33 Project Aries 23 Soccer Club 33 Wrestling 33 Football 1, 2, 3. DONAHUE, BRENDA FAYE Memorial Fund Committee 2, 33 Student Council 2, 33 Red Cross 33 Bus Driver 2, 33 French Club 1, 2, 33 Homeroom Officer 1. DONALDSON, CHARLTON JA l. DORTON, MARTHA CAROL Civinettes 2, 33 French Club 1, 23 Band 1, 2, 33 Memorial Fund Committee 3, Treasurer3 CEO 3. DOVE, JUDY ELIZABETH DUCKWORTH, DARRELL MCDONALD DUNLAP, JERRY FFA 1, 3. EAKER, TRESSIE DENISE FHA 33 Bus Driver 23 JA 33 Spanish Club 1, 2, 33 Homeroom Vice-President 33 Soccer Club 3, MZHHQCFQ Ski Club 3. EDWARDS, JOHN CHARLES Student Council 1, 3, Executive Committee Treasurer 35 Red Cross I, 25 North Star Staff2, 3, Sports Editor 2, Editor-in-Chief 35 Choir 2, 35 Boys' Ensemble 2, 3, Senior Chorusmaster 35 Viking Singers l, 2, 35 Chorale 25 Spanish Club 2, Devotions Chairman5 Homeroom Officer I, 2, 35 Safety Committee 15 Out- standing Staffer Award I5 Youth Appreciation Award I5 Third Period Announcements 1, 2, 35 Sports Announcer 2, 35 Basket- ball Statistician l, 2, 35 Baseball Statistician I, 2, 3. ELLIOTT, GLENDA KAREN Viking Stal? 35 Choir l, 2, 35 Latin Club l, 25 NEDT I5 Small Ensemble 25 All-State Choral Festival 1, 2, 35 Mars Hill Choral Clinic 3. ELLIOTT, SUSAN LEIGH Booster Club 35 Choir35 Girls' Ensemble 2, 35 Rebel Singers l, 2, 35 French Club 1, 2, 35 HOPE Club I5 Carrousel Decoration Committee 2. ELLIS, CYNTHIA ANN FBLA 3. EPPS, EDWIN DEAN Baseball I, 2, 35 Basketball 2. ERVIN, ELIZABETH ROCHELLE Civinettes 2, 35 Health Careers Club 35 Red Cross 1, 35 Booster Club 35 Spanish Club I, 2, Devotions Chairman 2. FARMER, MARCUS ERWIN Northern Lights Staff 35 Bus Driver 2, 35 JA 25 Wrestling 35 Football 2, 35 Safety Committee 2, Secretary. FITE, BECKY GWEN Red Cross 25 FHA 35 Booster Club 2. FORD, TERESA ANN FHA HERO 2, 3, Secretary 3, First Year Pin, Guard, FHA State Task Force Registration Assistant 2. FOX, ALAN ROBERT FFA 35 Homeroom Ofiicer 1. FRAZIER, DEAN VICA 2, 35 FRYE, MARC CORRELL Blue Notes I, 2, 35 Band I, 2, 3. GABRIEL, DIANE SHERVON Red Cross 2, 35 DECA 2, 35 JA l, 2, 35 Choir 2, 35 Girls' Ensemble I5 Spanish Club I5 Pep Club 35 Homeroom Secretary 35 GAA 1. GABRIEL, GWENDOLYN ELAINE Student Council 25 Red Cross 25 Viking Staff35 FHA 35 Booster Club 35 Spanish Club 35 SBA I, 2, 35 Project Aries 35 Class Executive Committee 25 Pep Club 2, 3. GAMBLE, MAURICE GANT, DAVID A., JR. Latin Club 1, 2, Secretary l, President 25 NEDT5 Band I, 2. GANT, GLENDA MARIE Homeroom Vice-President 25 GAA l. GARDNER, DANNY MARTIN DECA 3. GARDNER, LYNNE B. Choir 2, 35 Girls' Ensemble 2, 35 Viking Singers 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club I5 Homeroom President 25 Student Council 2. GARRISON, ROBERT ALAN FFA 25 Bus Driver l, 2, 3. GARWOOD, ROBERT FRANKLIN Spanish Club I, 25 Homeroom Officer 1, 2. GASTON, WILLIAM LOUIS Track 3. GIBBY, ERIC JAY VICA 2, 35 FFA 3. GOODWIN, TONY MARVIN GRAHAM. GEORGE WELLS FFA 2, 35 Bus Driver 2, 35 Cross Country I, 25 Track I, 2, 35 Wrestling 2, 3. GRAHAM, MARILYN Student Council 25 Red Cross 25 Work Experience Program 3. GREER, PAULA GREER DECA 25 North Star Staff 35 CEO. GRIER, MARYLAND MONTESSIA FBLA 35 Choir 3. GRIER, OLIVER SCOTT Bus Driver 1, 2, 3. GRISSOM, HENRY LEE Bus Driver l, 2, 3. HAAS, CAROLYN JEAN CEO. HAGER, DEBBIE ANN HAGER, TERESA LYNN Student Countil 1, 25 Homeroom President I, Vice-President 2, 3. HALLAS, WILLIAM JEFFREY Track 2. HAMILTON, ANNIE BELL JA l. HAMILTON, HOYT DEWEY FFA 3, Reporter5 Homeroom Officer l. HARDY, JANET YVETTE Red Cross I5 FHA 35 JA I, 25 French Club 1, 25 SBA 2, 3. HARRIS, JEANNE GAIL Band l, 2, 3. HARRIS, LAJAYNES Civinettes 35 French Club 1, 2, 35 Band I, 2, 3. HEDRICK, DEBORAH LYNN Homeroom Oflicer 2. HELMS, CHARLES PICKETT Key Club 2, 35 JA I, 25 Band I, 25 Swimming 1, 2, 35 Ski Club 3. HELMS, RHONDA CAROL FBLA 3, Choir 35 Girls' Ensemble 25 Viking Singers 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club I. HENDERSON, ANDREW ROBINSON, JR. HENDERSON, BETTY JEAN FHA 25 JA 1. HENDERSON, VENNIE LISA Red Cross 25 DECA 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 35 HOPE Club l. HERRING, CYNTHIA DENISE Choir35 Girls' Ensemble 25 Viking Singers 15 French Club 1, 2, 35 HOPE Club 1, Carrousel Decorations Committee 2, 3. HIGHT, CHRISTOPHER THOMAS Latin Club I5 Band l, 2, 35 Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 1, 2, President 3. HILL, DEBORA ALICE Health Careers Club 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 25 Civinettes 25 FHA 35 Booster Club 2, 3, President 35 Homeroom Vice- President 1, 3, President25 Band 35 Majorette 35 GAA 25 Ski Club 35 Gymnastics Club 2, 35 Attended State Health Careers Con- gress. HILL, DEONA CLARENCENE DECA 2, 35 Ski Club 35 Badminton Trophy 15 DECA Unicef Chaim-ian. HILL, GWENEVERE LENORA Health Careers Club 35 Red Cross 25 Band 1, 2, 3. HILL, PAUL EDWARD JA I5 Spanish Club 15 Homeroom Vice-President 1. HILL, SHARON WEST Homeroom Secretary 1. HOKE, JILL DENISE Homeroom President 1, Vice-President 25 DECA 25 JA I5 ROTC Queen 2. HOLT, HARRIS JA 35 Spanish Club 1, 25 Art Award 25 Soccer Club 1, 25 Wrestling 2. HOOVER, HENRY HENDERSON HOUSTON, EVERETT BERNARD FFA 35 Cross Country 15 VICA 2. HOWARD, DEBRA LYNN Red Cross 25 Homeroom Secretary 2. HOWARD, ROBERT JAMES Football 1, 2, 35 Band I, 2, 3. HOWARD, MITCHELL DEAN Bus Driver 2, 3. HOWELL, MARY ELAINE Red Cross l, 25 JA 35 French Club 1, 2, 35 Homeroom Secretary 25 Project Aries 35 Ski Club 35 Safety Committee I5 IRC 35 Human Relations Committee l, 2. HOYLE, GAYLA SUSAN Health Careers Club 35 Red Cross 15 FHA HERO 3. HUDSON, DANIEL JOSEPH VICA 2, 35 FFA 2. HUDSON, DORIS LORRAINE HUDSON, PEGGY ANN Health Careers Club 2, 3. HUNT, MARTHA JO Spanish Club 2, 3, President 25 SAE 2, 3, Vice-President 35 National Honor Society 2, 3, President 35 Homeroom Vice- President 2, Treasurer 35 Girls' State, Senator5 Spanish Award 15 DAR Citizenship Award. JACKSON, STONEWALL, JR. Student Council I, 25 Key Club I, 25 Red Cross 35 JA 2, 35 Project Aries 15 Football l. JAMIESON, REBECCA ANN Student Council l, 2, 35 Activities Committee I5 Civinettes 15 Homeroom Officer 35 JV Cheerleader 15 Class President 15 Stu- dent Council Executive Committee, Vice-President 2. JOHNSON, TERRY O'NEAL Health Careers Club 25 JA 3. JOLLY, THOMAS LYNN Latin Club li National Honor Society 2, 3, Treasurer 35 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 35 Student Council 1, 3, Executive Committee President 35 Who's Who Among American High School Students 35 Student of Month, September: Track 25 Bas- ketball I5 Charlotte Student Coordinating Council 3, NEDT l. JONES, JOHNNY PEARL FFA 2. JONES, RONALD EUGENE Bus Driver 3. JONES, WAYNE ROLAND FFA 1. KELTON, ELIZABETH ANNE Activities Committee I, 25 Civinettes 1, 2, 3,Secretary 35 Boost- er Club 25 French Club l, 2, 35 National Honor Society 2, 35 Cheerleader 1, 2, 35 Junior Marshal5 Gymnastics Club I, 25 CESP Finalist, Norway. KERNS, JAMES CRAVEN Red Cross 2: Viking Staff 35 FFA 25 Bus Driver 2, 35 Choir 2, 35 Boys' Ensemble 25 Viking Singers I, 2, 3. KERNS, ROBERT NEAL Key Club 2, 35 French Club 25 Boys' State5 NEDT5 Band l, 2, 3, Drum Major 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35Who's Who Among American High School Students5 Chemistry Sr Engineering Workshop at NCSU5 Academy of Model Aeronautics. KIDD, SHARYN ELIZABETH Booster Club 35 French Club 2, 35 Latin Club I5 Band l, 2, 35 Ski Club 2, 3. KIKER, CHERYL LEA Marathon Committee Chairman 35 Health Careers Club 2, 3, President 35 Red Cross 15 Viking Staff 25 Northern Lights Staff 35 Bus Driver 2, 35 Booster Club 35 JA 25 Girls' Ensemble I5 Ski Club 2, 3, President 3, FHA 3. KIRKPATRICK KEITH BERNARD DECA 2, 35 JA 25 Wrestling l, 2. KISER, PATTY RENEE KNOX, ANTONIO FERNANDEZ Key Club 2, 35 Bus Driver 2, 35 JA I5 French Club 1, 25 Homeroom Officer 1, 25 NEDT5 Baseball l, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 3, Captain l, 35 French I Award. KNOX, CHERYL ANN FHA 3. KNOX, JILL MARIE DECA 2, 35 HOPE Club l. KNOX, RUSSELL BREVARD, JR. Baseball I, 2, 35 HOPE Club l. LABBAN, JOHN CURTIS SENIOR DIRECTORY Key Club 2, 35 French Club I, 2, 35 Wrestling I, 2, 3, Placed 2nd, District Meet, Qualified State Meet5 Chess Club 3. LANCASTER, RHYTA SHARRON FBLA 3. LATHAM, DEBORAH JEAN Health Careers Club 2, 3, Treasurer 35 Booster Club 35 JA 25 Ski Club 2, 35 Vice-President 3, LEAK, DONNIE COLE Bus Driver I, 2, 35 JA I, 2, 35 Spanish Club 15 SBA 2, 35 Project Aries 35 Track 1, 35 Basketball 2, 3. LEE, JOE Student Council 15 Homeroom President I, 3, Secretary 2, Sci- ence Club I5 Bus Driver 2, 35 JA I5 French Club I, 25 Track l, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Safety Committee I. LEE, WILLIAM MICHAEL VICA 2, 3. LEONARD, LARRY WAYNE French Club 1, 2. LITTLE, VICKIE S. Red Cross 1, 25 FBLA 25 Choir 35 Girls' Ensemble 2, 35 Viking Singers 1, 2, 3. LOCKE, KIM DENISE Civinettes 25 Booster Club 35 Choir 2, 35 Girls' Ensemble 15 Spanish Club l, 2, Secretary 25 Homeroom Treasurer 25 Who's Who Among American High School Students. LONG, DANI FAYE Student Council Executive Committee 3, Decoration, Publicity, Scrapbook Committees5 Civinettes 35 Spanish Club l, 25 SAE 35 Homeroom Vice-President 25 NEDT5 Band 1, 2, 35 Memorial Fund 3, Vice-Chairman5 Homecoming Court 25 Who's Who Among American High School Students. LONG, LARRY HAMPTON Bus Driver l, 25 Choir l, 25 Boys' Ensemble 3, Manager5Track 15 Football 35 Basketball l, 2, 3. LOVELACE, BARBARA ANN Health Careers Club 2, 3. LOWERY, JAMES WILLIAM JA 2, 35 Boys' Ensemble 35 French Club 2, 35 Homeroom Officer 15 ROTC Fancy Drill Team 1, 2, Competition Drill Team 1, 2, Special Effects Team 1, 25 Football 2, 3. MANIES, WILLIAM DONALD Band 1, 2, 3. MASON, BEVERLY SUE FHA 35 Viking Singers 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 25 HOPE Club 1. MAYES, RANDALL WILSON Key Club 1, 2, 35 Bus Driver 2, 35 Spanish Club 15 Orchestra2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Soccer Club I, 25 Swimming 25 JV Baseball 1, Marching Band 2, 3, Secretary 2. MAYHEW, ROGER COURTNEY FFA 25 Choir2, 35 Boys' Ensemble I, 2, 35 Viking Singers l, 2, 3. MAYS, EARLETTE L. Spanish Club l, 2, 3, Certificates of Excellence I, 2. MCAULEY, DAVID MICHAEL FFA I5 Wrestling l, Manager5 Baseball l, Manager5 Football 1, 25 Basketball 1, Manager. MCAULEY, SHARON OHARA MCCLURE, AUDREY RENEE Viking Staff 25 Spanish Club I5 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Band l, 2, 35 Lettergirl 2, 35 Ski Club 15 Gymnastics Club 1. McCLURE, JOHN SCOTT Student Council 1, 2, 35 Key Club 2, 3, Secretary 35 Red Cross 1, 2, 3 , Treasurer 2, President 3, Board of Directors 1, Intemational 2, Disaster Action 3, Friendship Cherokee 35 DECA 2, Vice- President, Sales Winner Local 8: District, Representative in State5 French Club 15 ROTC Color Guard 1 5 Chess Club 1 5 Track 15 Football l, 2, 3. MCCLURE, MARTIN LEWIS Red Cross 25 Bus Driver 2, 35 JA 2, 3, Delegate National Associa- tion, Bloomington, Indiana. MCCONNELL, BRADLEY LEONARD Red Cross 15 FBLA 35 Spanish Club 1, 25 Ski Club 2, 35 Safety Committee I. MCCONNELL, ELIZABETH Student Council I, 25 Civinettes l, 2, 35 Red Cross 35 Booster Club 3, Vice-President5 Latin Club 15 Homeroom Oflicer 1, 25 Project Aries 35 Band I, 2, 35 Flag Girl l, 2, 3, Head 3. MCCONNELL LEAH JAYNE Northern Lights Staff 25 Girls' Ensemble 35 French Club I, 25 NEDT: Blue Notes 2, 35 Orchestra 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Morning Devotions 2. MCCONNELL, REBECCA GAIL Student Council l, 2, 35 Homeroom President l, 2, 35 Health Careers Club 35 FHA 35 FBLA 25 Booster Club 35 JA 1, 2, 35 Choir 35 Girls' Ensemble 2, 3, Manager 35 Viking Singers 1, 2, 3, Secretary 15 Safety Committee l, 25 Class Queen 2. MCCONNELL, ROGER DALE FFA 2. MCCOY, SHEILA KAY Booster Club 1, Secretary5 JA 15 Spanish I Award 2. MCCRAW, CHARLOTTE DENISE Health Careers Club 2, 3, Vice-President 35 FHA 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Ski Club 3. McGEE, DAVID CLIFTON Red Cross 35 VICA 2, FFA 2. MCGEE, LINDA KAY Red Cross 25 FHA 35 JA l, 2, 35 SBA I, 2, 35 ROTC Fancy Drill Team 2. MCGEE, ROY MACKY FFA 2. MCGRAW, GERALD LEE SAE 35 Swimming 35 Wrestling 25 Football 1, 2, 35 Ski Club 35 Gymnastics Club 2, 3. McKEE, LISA DARLENE Student Council 15 FHA HERO 35 FHA 25 Homeroom Officer l, 2. MCNEELY, DONALD EVERETT VICA 3. 197 SENIOR DIRECTORY MEEKS, WELDON French Club 2. MILLER, PATRICIA JANE DECA 23 Spanish Club I, 2, 3. MILLS, GRACE ANN FHA 2, 33 Viking Singers I, 2, 33 Child Care Aide 23 Exploring Child Care 3. MONTEITH, KAREN YVONNE Red Cross 23 Bus Driver 2, 33 French Club I, 23 Homeroom Officer 2. 3: Band I, 2, 3. MOONEY, SUSAN RENEE Viking SIBHIZQ FHA HERO 33 FHA 2, 33 Choir 33 Girl's Ensem- ble 1, 2, 33 Chorusmistress 33 Child Care Certificate 2. MOORE, CAROL VIVIAN Booster Club 2, 33 French Club 23 CEO3 Ski Club 33 Homecom- ing Court 3. MOORE, KAY LAVERNE MORRIS, EVA MOZZELLE Red Cross 23 Booster Club 33 Spanish Club l3 Band I, 2, 33 CEO. MORRIS, HELEN L. FHA I3 Homeroom Officer 2. MORTON, LINDA SUSAN Red Cross I, 33 Choir 33 Girls' Ensemble 23 Viking Singers 1. MURRAY, MARVIN Transferred from South Mecklenburg High School3 Track 2, 33 Spanish Club 3. NAIL, KEITH BERNARD NANCE, SANDRA JEAN Spanish Club I3 Band I, 2, 3. NEAL, DEBRA KAY Student Council 23 Civinettes I3 Health Careers Club 2, 33 Homeroom Officer l. NEAL, NARCISSUS Health Careers Club 3. NEIL, DELIA LOUISE Student Council 33 Civinettes I, 2, 3, Jr. Board Member, Presi- dent 3, District Lieutenant Govemor 33 Booster Club 13 French Club I, 2, 33 National Honor Society 2, 33 Junior Marshal3 Gymnastics Club 1, Treasurer3 Civitan Human Relations Con- ference Delegate3 Memorial Fund Committee 2, 33 Visitations and Elections Committees 3. NICHOLS, WILL RUFUS VICA 2, 3. NIXON, PENNY CAROL Latin Club 13 Band l, 2, 3. OEHLER, DORIS JEEN Health Careers Club 33 FHA 2, 3. OLIVER, JAMES FOY Key Club 2, 33 Bus Driver 2, 33 French Club I3 Homeroom Treasurer 23 Orchestra 2, 33 Band I, 2, 33 Marching Band I, 2, 33 Baseball I3 Ski Club 3. ORREN, DAVID KEITH Latin Club 13 National Honor Society 2, 33 NEDT I3 Chess Club 2, 33 Math Club 23 Junior MBISHZJQ Latin II Award. OSBORNE, JOHN MILTON Activities Committee I, 2, Chairman Z3 Key Club 2, 3, President 33 Choir33 Boys' Ensemble 33 Viking Singers33 French Club 1, 2, Treasurer 13 National Honor Society 2, 33 Homeroom President I, 23 Project Aries Student Director 33 Blue Notes 2, 33OTChCSIfB l, 2, 33 Band l, 2, 33 Marching Band l, 2, 3, Squad Leader 2, 33 Drama Club 23 Junior Marshal3 Charlotte Representative to Bos- ton, Mass.3 TV Committee, WTVI. OSBORNE, WAYNE HERMAN Student Council 33 Memorial Fund Committee3 Key Club 2, 3, Senior Director 33 French Club l, 2, 3, President 33 National Honor Society 2, 33 Blue Notes l, 2, 33 Orchestra I, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 33 Senior Class Executive Committee Vice-President3 Musi- cian for Choral Groups. O'SHIELDS, ARTHUR FRANKLIN FFA 3. OVERCASH, FRANKLIN JOSEPH, JR. DECA 23 Bus Driver 23 Art Club 33 Baseball 23 Football 2. OWENBY, REITA FAYE GAA l. PARKER, BEVERLY DIANE Viking Staff 23 JA 23 Spanish Club I3 Homeroom Treasurer I, Secretary 2, 33 NAACP Vice-President 23 Homecoming Court 3. PARKER, EMILY STELLA Student Council l3Civinettes 2, 33 French Club I, 2, 3, Secretary 33 Homeroom President l, Vice-President 33 Girls' State3 NEDT3 Gymnastics Club I3 Swimming 33 Who's Who Among American High School Students3 Activities Committee I. PARKER, RODNEY MORGAN FFA 2, 3, Vice-President 3. PHARR, MATTIE DENISE JA I3 SBA 33 Safety Committee I3 NAACP 2. PHILLIPS, ELENORA LEI Blue Notes 2, 33 Band l, 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Lettergirl I, 2, 33 Junior Marshal3 CESP Exchange Student to France3 French Awards I, 2. PHILLIPS, GUY THOMAS, JR. North Star Staff 3, Sports Editor3 Homeroom President I3 Stu- dent Council I3 Project Aries I3 Tennis 2, 33 Class Executive Committee Vice-President 2. PLAGENS, BETH ANN Health Careers Club 33 Red Cross I3 Civinettes 2, 33 Booster Club 33 Spanish Club l, 23 Homeroom Secretary 33 Band l, 2, 31 Flag Girl I, 2, 33 Safety Committee I3 Gymnastics Club I. PLYLER, HILTON NELSON FFA 3. PORTER, CYNTHIA ANNE FHA 13 FBLA 2, 33 Booster Club 33 Spanish Club I3 Homeroom Treasurer 2: Ski Club 3. POTEAT, ANDREA LEE PRITCHARD, NANCY CHARNEZ Homeroom Vice-President 3. 198 PRYOR, ISAAC LEON VICA 2, 33 Homeroom Officer 3. RAINEY, TOMMY RAY Student Council 3, Executive Committee, Fund Raising, Beautification, Constitution Committees, Spirit Committee, Student Relations Committee3 Red Cross I3 Latin Club I3 Homeroom Officer 1. RANSON, ANNETTE LESLIE Health Careers Club 3, Secretary3Northern Lights Staff33 Latin Club I, 23 NEDT3 Gymnastics Club l. RANSON, RICHARD WITHERS Wrestling l, 2, 33 Baseball l, 2, 33 Football I3 Gymnastics Club 2, 3, Secretary 3. RAPPE, DONNA RENE Booster Club 33 Latin Club 23 Homeroom President 23 DECA 2, 3, Third Place Job Interview Contest3 One of Top Ten Miss North Mecklenburg Beauty Contest. RASH, MARK J. Baseball 1, 2. RATLIFF, JOHN CHARLES French Club I3 Homeroom Officer 33 CEO3 Track I3 Basketball l, 2, 3. REID, DONNA SUE Red Cross 33 Ski Club 33 Gymnastics Club 3. REID, JERRY LEWIS DECA 2, 3. RHODES, NOEL ELIZABETH Civinettes I, 2, 33 French Club 1, 2, 33 Latin Club 23 Band I, 23 Lettergirl 2, 33 Swimming 33 NEDT. RHYNE, LENA JA 3. RICHARDS, DONNA MARIE FHA HERO 3, President3 FHA 2, 33 Child Care Aide 23 Child Care Award 23 Home Ec Assistant 33 Exploring Child Care 3. RICHARDSON, KEVIN WILSON Baseball 1, 2. RIVENS, CYNTHIA DIANE DECA 3. RIVENS, MARTIN LANE Bus Driver 2, 33 French Club 23 Homeroom Vice-President 1, President 33 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Basketball 2, 3. ROACH, RONALD STEPHEN FFA 33 Baseball l, 2, 3. ROBBINS, CARL WALTER Key Club 2, 33 French Club I, 2, 33 Boys' State3 Golf I, 2, 33 Football 3. ROBINSON, LINDA LORRAINE Girls' Ensemble I. ROCKHOLT, RODDS JACK Red Cross 13 VICA 2. RORRER, VICTOR MARK Northern Lights Staff 33 Choir 23 Boys' Ensemble 1, 2, 33 Foot- ball 2. ROSEBORO, ROSALYN DENISE JA 2, 3. ROSEBORO, TAMMERA YVETTE Student Council 2.3 Booster Club 3: SBA l, 2, 33 Homeroom Officer 33 Project Aries 2, 3, Co-ordinator3 Band l, 2, 33 Lettergirl 2, 33 Class Executive Committee l, 2, 33 Publicity Chairman I, 33 Treasurer 2. RUDISILL, NICKY JOE RUDISILL, RICKY LANE Wrestling 1. RUSH, JANICE GAIL Booster Club I3 Latin Club I3 ROTC Color Guard 2, 3, Competi- tion Drill Team 3, Special Effects 3, Rifle Drill Team 33 Gymnas- tics Club 13 Pep Club I, 2. RUSHING, FLETCHER EUGENE Student Council I, 23 Homeroom President I, 23 ROTC Competi- tion Drill Team 3, Rifle Drill Team 33 Work Experience Program 2. RUSSELL, EARL VERNON Key Club I, 2, 33 Red Cross 1, 23 North Star Staff 3, Features Editor3 French Club 33 Band I, 2, 3. RUSSELL, KYLE DUANE Key Club 2, 33 Bus Driver 2, 33 Spanish Club 23 Homeroom Vice-President 33 Baseball I, 2, 3. SANDERS, WAYNE H. Bus Driver 2, 33 JA 23 Band 1, 2, 3. SATTERFIELD, DAVID ROBERT Boys' Ensemble 33 Viking Singers l, 23 Latin Club I3 Chess Club 2, 33 Who's Who Among American High School Students. SAUNDERS, JOAN ELLEN Student Council 2, 33 French Club I, 2, 33 Homeroom Officer I, 23 Project Aries 33 CEO3 Cheerleader 2, 33 Class Executive Committee 2, 3. SAWYER. LINDA GAIL Transferred from West Charlotte High School3 Red Cross 3. SCALES, ROBERT EARL Bus Driver 23 JA I, 2, 33 SBA I, 2, 33 Track 2, 33 Wrestling 33 Football 3. SCATTERGOOD, KENNETH ARTHUR Key Club I, 2, 3, Vice-President 23 North Star Staff I, 2, 33 Bus Driver 2, 33 Homeroom Vice-President 23 Tennis 3. SCOTT, TODD ANTHONY SETZER, MIKE Spanish Club I3 Homeroom President 13 Baseball I, 2, 33 Foot- ball I, 33 Ski Club 3. SHARP, SHARON Red Cross 33 FFA 3, SCCFCIZFYQ FHA 33 Booster Club 33 JA I, 2, 33 Spanish Club 2: Girls' State3 Safety Committee I, 23 Orchestra l, 2, 33 Human Relations Committee I. SHERRILL, IVAN SHERRILL, MARLA JANE Student Council 23 Health Careers Club 33 Science Club 23 FHA 33 Booster Club 33 JA I, 2, 33 Choir 2, 33 Viking Singers I, 2, 3, Chorus Mistress I3 Latin Club 1, Treasurer3 Homeroom Presi- dent 2, Secretary 3: Safety Committee l. SIDES, RANDY LEE FFA 23 Tennis 3. SIMELTON, REGINALD BERNARD Spanish Club 2. SIMMONS, ETTA HOPE Booster Club 2, 33 Choir I3 SBA I3 Pep Club 23 Homeroom Officer l. SIMPSON, MARY TAGGART Transferred from Carlisle, Pa.3 Civinettes 2, 33 French Club 2, 33 Chess Club 33 GAA 23 CEO. SIMPSON, TERESA ELAINE Red Cross l, 23 DECA 2, 33 Viking Singers 1, 2, 33 Homeroom Secretary I, Vice-President 3. SIMPSON, WILLIAM SCREVEN Spanish Club 23 Baseball 2. SINCLAIR, JOSEPHINE Class Queen 2. SKIDMORE, DANNY NELSON Student Council 1, 23 Key Club 2, 33 Homeroom Officer I3 Swimming 2, 33 Ski Club 1, 2, 33 Executive Board 2. SLOAN, JERRY BERNARD Bus Driver 2, 33 ROTC Fancy Drill Team I, 2, 3, Competition Drill Team 2, 3, Special Effects 2, 3. SMALL, KERRY LYNN Transferred from California3 Health Careers Club 2, 33 FHA HERO 33 FHA 33 Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 33 GAA I3 Gymnastics Club 1. SMITH, AARON E. ROTC Fancy Drill Team 1, 2, 3, Competition Drill Team 1, 2, 3, Rifle Drill Team 1, 2, 33 Wrestling 3. SMITH, ALAN D. VICA 2, 3. SMITH, CATHY SUSAN FHA 33 FBLA 23 Spanish Club I, 2. SMITH, CHARLES II Memorial Fund Committee 33 International Relationship Com- mittee 3, Vice-President3 JA I3 Spanish Club 2, 3, Secretary 2, Treasurer 33 Cross Country 33 Track 2, 33 Soccer Club 3, Public Relations Committee 33 Wrestling 2, 33 Football 2. SMITH, TIM Choir 2, 3, Girls' Ensemble Musician3 Boys' Ensemble 2, 33 Viking Singers 2, 33 Latin Club I, President3 National Honor Society 33 Project Aries 33 NEDT3 Blue Notes I, 2, 3, President 33 Band l, 2, 33 Orchestra 2, 33 Ski Club I, 23 Student Rights Committee Chairman 33 Who's Who Among American High School Students3 Marching Band Squad Leader. SOSSAMON, JANE ANN Civinettes I, 2, 33 FFA 33 French Club 23 Gymnastics Club l, 2, 3. SPARROW, CHARLES ELLIS FFA 3. SPRINGS, KEITH ARNOLD Red Cross 23 Basketball l, 2, 3. SPRY, DAVID LOCKE Spanish Club I, 2, 33 Orchestra33 Band 1, 2, 33 Marching Band 1, 2, 3. STALLINGS, RANDY LEE JA I3 Track 13 Wrestling 23 Baseball 13 Football I. STEPHENS, GARY LEE DECA 3. STEPHENSON, ELISE LOREE Civinettes 2, 33 Red Cross 23 Booster Club 2, 33 French Club I, 2, 3, Vice-President 23 Homeroom Vice-President 2, Secretary 33 Pep Club 23 Gymnastics Club 23 Activities Committee 2. STEWART, ANTHONY DEMOND STEWART, CHERYL ANN Bus Driver 2, 33 JA I3 Homeroom Oflicer 23 Band I, 2, 3. STEWART, JACKIE ELIZABETH Student Council Executive Committee 33 FHA 2, 33 French Club I, 2, 3, President 2, 33 National Honor Society 2, 33 Homeroom Secretary IQNEDTQ Memorial Fund Committee 33 Homecoming Court 33 Miss North Mecklenburg Beauty Pageant 33 Runner-up in Charlotte Junior Miss Pageant3 Student Welfare Committee, Communications Committee3 Human Relations Committee3 Pep Club 2. STEWART, RONALD WILLIAM DECA 2, 3. STILLWELL, CAROL MARIE Civinettes 3: Spanish Club 2, 33 Swimming 33 Tennis 33 Gymnas- tics Club I, 23 Commendation National Merit Scholarship Test. STINSON, PAMELA JOYCE DECA 2, 33 JA 1, 2, 33 French Club I3 Homeroom Officer 1. STUTTS, TURNER NELSON DECA 2. STYERS, JOY ELAINE Spanish Club 23 CEO. SWANSON, KEVIN C. French Club I, 23 Wrestling 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 33 Monogram Club 2, 3. TAYLOR, ANITA MARIE DECA 33 Homeroom Officer I , 23 Class Executive Committee 2. TAYLOR, BEVERLY ANN Civinettes 2, 33 Spanish Club I, 23 National Honor Society 33 Girls' State3 Blue Notes 33 Orchestra2, 33 Band I, 2, 33 Majorette l, 2, 3, Head 3. TESH, MARK ANTHONY FBLA 23 JA l, 23 NEDT3 ROTC Color Guard l, 2, 3, Competi- tion Drill Team 2, Rifle Drill Team I3 Baseball 13 Football l. THOMPSON, BELINDA DALE THORNTON, CATHY ANN THROWER, RAYMOND H., JR. Key Club 33 Red Cross 1, 3, Vice-President 33 Bus Driver l, 33 FB LA 33 Booster Club 33 Cross Country 1 3 Track I, 33 Swimming 33 Monogram Club 33 SAE 3. TINSLEY, TIMOTHY WAYMON TODD, TERESA JUNE Civinettes I, 2, 3: Bus Driver 2, 3: French Club l, Z, 3: National Honor Society 2, 3: Girls' State 3: Govemor's School Nominee: NEDT: Gymnastics Club 1: Junior Marshal. TOMPKINS, GARY MICHAEL Latin Club I, 2: Band I, 2, 3: Baseball I: HOPE Club I. TRAPP, BEVERLY ANITA FHA 3: FBLA 3: SBA I, 2. 3: GAA 1. TRAVIS, CARL Bus Driver I, 2, 3: Track 2, 3: Football 3: Gymnastics Club 3. TUCKER, ALVA WANA French Club l: Spanish Club 3. UNDERWOOD, FRANK WALLACE Student Council I, 2: Key Club 2, 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 3: Bus Driver l, 2, 3: Spanish Club 2: Homeroom President I, 2: Swim- ming 2: Wrestling I, 2, 3: Monogram Club 2, 3: CESP Semifinalist: U.S. Coast Guard Academy Candidate, Western North Carolina. VAIL, IOANI MARIE Homeroom Secretary l, President 3. VAN HOY, ELLEN JOSEPHINE Civinettes 2, 3, Chaplain 3: Choir 2, Secretary: Girls' Ensemble 1, Manager: French Club I, 2, 3, Chaplain I, 3, Secretary 2: Homeroom Treasurer I, Secretary 3: Governor's School: NEDT: NCTE Writing Award: Carrousel Pageant Decoration Committee 2, 3. WALKER, BEVERLY ANITA Student Council 2: Choir 1, 2, 3: Viking Singers I, 2. 3: French Club I, 2: Homeroom President 2: GAA 3: Safety Committee I. WALKER, DEBBIE CHARLENE Student Council I: Homeroom Officer I: Ski Club I. WALKER, TAMARA ELAINE Health Careers Club I, 2: Red Cross I, 2: JA 2, 3: Viking Singers 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 3: Homeroom Officer 1, 3. WALLY, WILLIAM JOEL VICA 3: FFA 3: Golf I: Basketball I. MRS. FRANCES S. ALCALA. . .BA: UNC-G. Univ. ofArizona in Mexico. . .teaches Spanish. . .sponsors the Spanish. Gymnastics. Soccer Clubs. . .Classroom Teachers Representative. . .likes read- ing. refinishing antiques. growing flowers. . .has six cats and two d s. Mcigs MICHELE ANTOSEK. . . BSB: Appalachian State University. , . teaches physical education . . . coaches tennis, volleyball, track and field . . . traveled to Maine. MR. JESSE BOWERS. . .A.B.: M.A.: Shaw University. Columbia University. . .teaches biology. physical science. . .likes golf. fishing .. .married. , .has one boy. . .has one dog. . .worked at the Health Department this summer. MRS. DOROTHY D. BRATTON. . .BS: MS: NC: A 84 T: Indiana State Univ.. SC State College. . .teaches Enyish. . . advises SAE. Student Council. . .likes collecting foreign coins. doing civil work . . .has three children. MRS. JOHNNIE BURCH. . .BA: Johnson C. Smith University, N.C. State University, Indiana State University. UNCC. . .teaches world history. . .likes reading. . .married. . . took summer trips. CHIEF MASTER SGT. ADAM V. BURLESON. JR.. . .Armed Forces Institute. . .teaches AFJROTC. , .likes cars. aircraft. . .has one daughter. . .built retirement home. MR. WILL CAMPAGNA. . .BA: MA: Catawba College. Appala- chian State University. . .teaches physical education. . .coaches football. baseball. . .sponsors Monogram Club. . .likes bowling, golf . . .married. . .has three children, MRS. REBA S. CARRIKER. . .AB: MA: Queens, UNC-Chapel Hill. . .Media Specialist. . .likes sewing and needlework, . .has one daugh- ter. . .has a dachshund named Hans. MRS. SYLVIA M. CAUDLE. . .AA: BS. Ed.: Wingate Jr. College. WCU. . .teaches typing. office machines. and keypunch. . .coordi- nates CEO class. . .enjoys plants. sewing. Ceramics. and Creative stichery. . .has no children. MRS, PHYLLIS CHAPMAN. . .BA: M.Ed: Howard University. UNC-Chapel Hill. . .counseIor. . .likes traveling. reading, baking. playing cards. . .married. . .has two daughters. . .attended a work- shop at CPCC. MRS. BERNICE J. CHERRY. . .BS: MLS: Johnson C. Smith Uni- versity. N.C. Central University. . .Media Specialist. . .enjoys gar- dening, reading. and travel. . .traveled to Bahamas. MR. JOHN CHERRY. . .BA: Lenoir Rhyne College. . .teaches driver education. . .enjoys boating. skiing. fishing. . .married. . .has one daughter. . .enjoyed the summer at Lake Norman. MR. BEVERLY CLAYTON. . .BS: MAT: Western Carolina Uni- versity, UNC-Chapel Hill. . .teaches Chemistry. Physics. Biology ll. . .enjoys camping. nature study. plant identification. . .married. . .has two children. . .taught summer school. MRS. MARIAN COCHRAN. . .BS: Marshall University. . .teaches biology. . .enjoys reading. sewing. . .married. . .has two boys. MRS. MARY COOKE. . .MA: UNC-Chapel Hill. . .teaches geometry. algebra I. . .advises VIKING Staff. . .has two children . . .likes gardening, sewing. canning and freezing. MRS. DORIS B. CRAWFORD. . .BS: Appalachian State University, presently enrolled in UNCC-Graduate School. . ,teaches EngJish ,. .likes reading and bridge. , .has two sons. . .vacationed in Alcapul -co. Mexico last spring. . .spent summer vacation in Florida. MR. NATHAN CRAWFORD. . .AB: Lenoir Rhyne. . .teaches In- WARD, ROGER DALE Spanish Club I: Band I, 2, 3. WARREN, RONNIE BERNARD, JR. FFA I, 3: Track 2. WASHAM, CAROL ANN Homeroom Vice-President I: Booster Club 3: Student Council I : Band 3: Maiorette 2, 3: Ski Club 1: Gymnastics Club I, 3. WATSON, MARK PAUL WENTZ, STEPHEN WAYNE WHITE, THOMAS EDWARD Choir 2, 3: Viking Singers 2, 3: Spanish Club 1: National Honor Society 2, 3: Govemor's School: NEDT: Orchestra I, 2, 3: All-State Orchestra I, 3. WHITLEY, SHERRIE DIANN Health Careers Club 3: French Club 2. WIKE, BONNIE FBLA 3: Choir 2, 3: Girls' Ensemble 1: Viking Singers 1, 2, 3: French Club 1: SBA 3: SAE 3: Ski Club I. WILBER, JOHN THOMAS WILBORN, SCOTT HARKINS Bus Driver 3: Spanish Club I, 2: Swimming 3. WILLIAMS, ARTHUR Student Council 1, 3: Key Club 2, 3 , Treasurer 3: Spanish Club I, 2, 3, Vice-President 1, President3: SBA 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, President 3: National Honor Society 3: Homeroom Oflicer 3: Project Aries 3: Basketball I: Who's Who Among American High School Students: Activities Committee 3. WILLIAMS, DEBBIE L. DECA 2, 3. WILLIAMS, CYNTHIA JEAN WILLIAMS, IRVING WAYNE Safety Committee I. WILLIAMS, MYRON KEITH Bus Driver 2, 3:JA l:SpanishClub3: SBA I. 2, 3: NAACP2, 3. WILSON, CHARLES WAYNE FFA 2, 3: Latin Club I. Faculty Directory dustrial Cooperative Training. . .sponsors VICA Club. . .married has two sons. . .worked at home this summer. MRS. HELENA CUNNINGHAM, . .BS: Johnson C. Smith Univer- sity. Lafayette College. UNC-Charlotte. . .teaches mathematics . . .likes sewing. cooking, playing cards. . .has four children. . .has two dogs. . .helped rewrite Consumer Math textbooks for North Carolina. MR. BLAKE F. DEAL, JR. . .BS: Pfeiffer College, University of North Carolina. . .teaches distributive education. . .advises DECA . . .enjoys camping, gardening. building, sports. . .has three sons. MRS. MAXINE DEAL. . .RNL Cabarrus School of Nursing. . . Teaches health occupations. . .advises Health Careers Club. . .spon- sors lettergirls. . ,enjoys sewing. spectator sports, golf, . .married .. .has two children. . .has one dog and one cat. . .enjoyed summer at home. MRS. SHIRLEY M. DEAL. . .AA: BS: Pfeiffer College, University ofNorth Carolina. Mars Hill College. . .teaches fashion merchandis- ing, distributive education. . .advises DECA. . .likes to travel. water skiing. camping, swimming. . .has three sons, MR. RICHARD DOHRMANN, . .AB: M.Ed: UNC-Chapel-Hill. . .teaches driver education. . .married. . .has two children. . .went to the beach. fished in Smoky Mountains. MRS. MIRIAM N. FORREST. . .AB: M,Ed: University of South Carolina. , .career counselor, . .likes interior decorating, entertaining friends. . ,no children. . .camped in Virginia, Kentucky, Arkansas . . .taught adult education at East Mecklenburg. MRS. MARY GALLOWAY. . .Lenior Rhyne. Fiance Hairstyling Academy. . ,teaches cosmetology. . .enjoys music, reading. . .has two sons, , .visited Far West and Hawaii. MRS. JENNIE GREEN. . .BS: South Carolina State University. UNC-Chapel-Hill.. . .teaches English. . .sponsors Booster Club . . .enjoys reading. . .married. . .hasthree children. . .has one cat and one dog. MRS. SHIRLENE GRIGG. . .BS: MS: Winthrop College. UNC-G . . .teaches home economics. family education. interior decorating . . .sponsors FHA. , .enjoys needle crafts, bridge. gardening, being outdoors. . .married. . .has three daughters. , .has one dog. three cats, one horse. . .traveled to mountains and beach. MR. CHARLES B. GUY. . .BS: MA: Appalachian State University . . .teaches math. . .enjoys officiating sports. gardening. painting . . .has two sons. . .worked as a computer operator. MR. MACK HAYNES. . .BS: MA: Appalachian State University . . .teaches history. . .coaches golfteam. . .enjoys sports. . .married . . .has two daughters. MR. HOWARD HILL. . .BS: MA: Johnson C. Smith University. N.C. Central University. . .teaches science. . .married. . .has one son. . . visited and explored a Federal Wildlife reserve in Illinois. MISS KATHERINE HINSON. . .AB: MA: East Carolina Univer- sity. John Hopkins University. . .teaches history. . .co-sponsors SAE. . .took a group to Western Canada. MR. LEROY HOLDEN. . .BS: Western Carolina University . . .teaches physical education. . .coaches football. basketball. track . . .enjoys playing tennis, . .married. . .has two children. . .worked at camp Lurecrest. MRS. JEAN HOLTZCLAW. . . AB: Queens College. . .teaches French. . .sponsors French Club. Charlotte Exchange Student Pro- gram. Memorial Fund. Carrousel Pageant, . .enjoys collecting owls. SENIORS AND FACULTY DIRECTOR' WILSON, CHERYL RAE Latin Club I: Band I. 2, 3: Lettergirl 2, 3. WILSON, MACK N. ROTC Color Guard 2, 3, Competition Drill Team I, 2, 3, Special Effects 3, Rifle Drill Team 3. WILSON, TIMOTHY WINDSOR Spanish Club 2: Homeroom Officer l: Boys' State: Band 1. 2, 3: Soccer Club 1, 2, 3: Tennis 2.3. WINKLER, KAREN CHERRECE Civinettes 2: Bus Driver 2, 3: BoosterClub l : Choir I , 2, 3: Girls' Ensemble 2, 3: Viking Singers I, 2, 3: Latin Club I, 2, President 2: Govemor's School Nominee. WI'I'I'E, ROBERT ALLAN Key Club 2, 3: SAE 3: CEO: Golf I. 2: Ski Club l. 2: JA I. WOLF, KATHERINE FLINN Activities Committee I: Viking Staff2: Northern Lights Staff I: French Club 1, 2: SAE I, 2, 3, Secretary 2, 3: National Honor Society 2, 3, Secretary 3: National Merit Semi-Finalist: NEDT: Morehead Scholar Finalist: DAR History Award, Memorial Fund Committee 3: IRC 3: Swimming 3: Junior Marshal. WOODSON, DEBORAH ANNETTE JA 1, 2: Choir 2, 3: Girls' Ensemble 2: Viking Singers 3: French Club l: Spanish Club 2: SBA 3: Homeroom Officer l: GAA I: Drama Club 3. WRUCK, KARIN ESTHER Civinettes 2, 3:JA I: French Club l: Latin Club 2:Orchestra l, 2, 3: Lettergirl 2: GAA I. YEARGIN, DIANNE Red Cross 3: Homeroom Treasurer 3: Art Club 2, 3. YOUNG, ARTHUR DECA 3: SBA 3. YOUNG. CYNTHIA CAROLYN Booster Club 3: Viking Singers I. 2: Homeroom President 2: CEO 3. YOUNG, JAY ALLAN VICA 3: Homeroom Officer I, 2: Wrestling 3: Football I, 2. reading. . .married. . .has two children. . .planned a high school reunion dinnerldance. MRS. PEGGY HUNT, . .BS: Appalachian State University. . . teaches English. . .has two daughters. . .attended summer school. MR. THOMAS JENKINS. . .MA: BA: BD: Johnson C. Smith Uni- versity, UNC-Chapel Hill. Temple University. . .advises Work Ex- perience Program. . .likes camping. sports, music. . .married. . .has one son. . .worked at CPCC this summer. MRS. ELLEN JOHNSTON. . .BA: Mt. Holyoke, UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC-C. . .teaches English. . .sponsors National Honor Society, NAACP, Literary Club, . .has three children. . .visited family in Boston. Washington, D.C. MRS. SUEJONES. . .BS: Winthrop College. . .teaches accountingl and II, typing I. . .married. . .has one child. . .has one dog. MRS. JOYCE M. KELLER. . BS: MA: Appalachian State Univer- sity. . .teaches Business Law. COO. . .advises Local and State FBLA. . .likes traveling. . .has one daughter. . .attended FBLA National Leadership Conference in San Francisco, toured Western United States. MRS. NORMA P. KRIDER. . .BA: Barber-Scotia College. N.C. A81.T College. ASU. . .teachestyping. . .advises Red Cross. . .enjoys shopping, cooking, helping others. and talking with people. . .mar- ried. . .has two sons. . .has one dog. . .attended a one-week work- shop. MRS. MARLANE LANEY. . .BS: Appalachian State University . . .teaches orientation. . .Sophomoreclass adviser. . .enjoys reading. sewing. . .married. . .canned beans and made pickles this summer. MR. WILLIAM G. LANGLEY. . .teaches automotive mechanics . . .married. . .has four children, . ,watched T.V. and slept this summer. MR. WILLIAM LEE. . .BA: MA: Berea College, University of Florida, UNC-Chapel Hill. . .has two children. . .did research for UNC-Chapel Hill. MRS. LINDA LINEBERGER. . .BS: Appalachian State University . . .teaches keypunch. computer I and II. . .enjoys needlepoint . . .married. , .has one daughter. . .attended workshop. MISS LINDA LITAKER. . .AB: Catawba College. . .teaches orien- tation. . .sponsors Sophomore class. cheerleaders. . .enjoys as- tronomy, reading, driving her Datsun. . .single. . .visited Arkansas, Texas. Virginia, this summer. MRS. CAROLYN LOFTIS. . .BA: St. Mary's Junior College. Bel- mont Abbey College. . .Media Specialist. . .sponsors Ski Club . . .enjoys reading. skiing, tennis. . .has two boys. . .went to Wrightsville Beach this summer. MRS. DORIS MAXWELL. , .AB: Appalachian State University, Davidson College. Queens College. . .teaches English. . .advises North Star. . .enjoys reading. bicycling. swimming. cooking, eating . . .married. . .has three children. . .has one dog. . .attended summer school, went to the beach, and gardened this summer. MRS. DIANE MAYE. . .BA: St. Andrews College. UNC-Chapel Hill. . .teaches English. . .sponsors the Civinettes and the Student Council. . .married. . .enjoys playing golf. MRS. MARY MILLER. . .BS: Queens College, WCU. . .teaches shorthand. business courses, . .likes camping. . .married. . .has one daughter. . .went to beach over summer. MRS. SARA MILLER. . .AA: AB: MA: Gardner Webb College, Lenior-Rhyne. Western Carolina University. , .teaches world his- 199 FACULTY DIRECTORY tory. . .senior class adviser. . .likes to travel, read, cook. . .married . . .has three sons. . .visited the Outer Banks of North Carolina this summer. MR. CARROLL MIZELLE. . .BAL MA.EdQ University of North Carolina at Charlotte. . .teaches Algebra, Geometry. . .Is assistant basketball coach. . .enjoys sports. . .married. . .attended summer school at UNC-Charlotte. MRS. ESTELLE MOTT. . .ABQ M.EdL Lees McRae College, Catawba College, UNC-Chapel Hill. . .teaches English. . .enjoys reading,bridge, needlework. . .has two sons. . .attended church camp this summer. MR. FRANK MURPHY. . .BSL MAL Hampton Institute, University ofHawaii, N.C. State University, UNC-Charlotte. . .teaches biolo- gy. . .sponsors Science Club, Pep Club. . .enjoys sports, traveling . . .married. . .attended UNC-Charlotte summer school. MISS LILLIAN NEAL. . .BSL Appalachian State University. . . Winthrop College. . .UNC-Chapel Hill. . .teaches physical edu- cation. . .likes photography, fishing golf, and gardening. MRS. ANNIE SUE PHIFER. . .MAL Brevard College, Western Carolina University. . .teaches business courses. . .enjoys lake out- ings. MR. LARRY PHILLIPS. . .BSL MAL Appalachian State University. . .directs band, orchestra, Blue Notes. . .likes woodworking, garden- ing. . .married. . .has three children. . .taught summer school and went to the beach. MR. EVERETTE PIGG. . .BAL Wingate Jr. College, Furman Uni- versity. . .teaches biology. . .likes hunting, fishing, golf. . .married . . .has one son. . .operated at Camp Chatua, in South Carolina. MR. MICHAEL PITTARD. . .BSL East Carolina University, ASU . . .Is choral music director for chorus, Boy's Ensemble, Girls's Ensemble, Choir. . .likes composing and arranging choral music .. .married. . .has two children. . .worked on Master's degree at ASU this summer. MR. JIMMY POOLE. . .ABL M.EdL Davidson College, Duke Uni- versity, UNC-C. . .Guidance Counselor . . .likes sports, photog- raphy, music. . .married. . .has two daughters. . .enjoyed sun and water this summer. . .attended UNC-C. MRS. ELEANOR PUCKETT. . .BSL Appalachian State University . . .teaches Exploring Childhood. . .likes cooking, crafts, boating . . .married . . .has three children. . .vacationed at Lake Norman. MR. WILLIAM RATTEREE. . .ABL M.Ed: Mercer University, UNC-Chapel Hill. . .teaches social studies. . .works with Memorial Fund with Tax program. . .likes golf. . .married. . .has three children . . .vacationed in Dutch Country Penn. and Potomac area of Virginia. MRS. ETHEL RHODES. . .AB: American Junior College. Coker College, Duke University. . .teaches English. . .enjoys drama, choir . . .married. . .has three children. . .traveled in Europe. MRS. BOBBIE ROSS. . .BSL Appalachian State University, UNC-G, Winthrop. . .teaches home economics. cooperative home economics. . .sponsors I-IERO-FHA. FHA. . .enjoys sewing. trying new recipes, crafts and golf. . .married. . .has two children. . .at- tended field study of Colonial New England in Northeast United States. MISS ROSA SCARBOROUGH . . . MS: A8tT State University . . .teaches English.. .advises Junior Class and SBA. . .likes bowling and sewing. . .traveled in Europe for three weeks this summer. COLONEL WILLIAM SHANKLIN. . .ABL Southwestern School of Technology. . .teaches R.O.T.C.. . .sponsors Drill Team. Color Guard. . .likes golf and fishing. . .married. . .has three children . . .visited in New Mexico. I MR.JAMES SHAVER. . .ABL MAT: Pheiffer College, University of Georgia. Duke University. . .Heads the Mathematics Dept. . .spon- sors Chess Club. . .likes sports and traveling. . .married.. .was aReal Estate salesman. MRS. SYLVIA SIMS. . .BAL High Point College. . .teaches English. . .likes cooking, reading. . .married. . .has three children. . .attended two workshops this summer. MRS. CAROL SMITH. . .BS: MATL Livingstone College. Iowa State Teacher College, Michigan State University. . .teaches chemis- try. . .likes decoupage. . .married. . .has three children. . .has one dog. . .enjoyed the summer at home. MISS MARGARET SMITH. . .BAL MAL Flora McDonald College, Winthrop College. . .teaches Engish. . .enjoys reading. . .has two Boston Terriers. . .attended Davidson summer school, visited Myrtle Beach and Fontana Village. MISS KAREN SUITT. . .BAL Furman University, UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC-Charlotte. . .teaches history. . .sponsors cheerleaders, and International Relations Club. . .enjoys horseback riding, sewing, cooking, outdoor sports, music, reading. . .spent her suymerfixing up her apartment, and took a trip to Ohio 84 Williamsburg. MR. WILLIAM G. TUCKER. . .ABL M.EdQ UNC-ChapelHill, N.C. State, Yale, Guilford, College, UNC-C, Western Carolina Universi- ty, and Meredith. . .is counselor. . .likes fishing, shooting pool, camping, and working on old clocks. . .married. . .has one daughter . . .has one dog. . .traveled to Virginia, South Carolina and Georgia. MR. LEROY WATERS. . .BSL Shaw University, North Carolina Central University, the Catholic University of America, UNC-C . . .teaches math. . .enjoys sports, gardening. . .married. . .has two children. . .taught summer school and traveled. MR. OTIS A. WILLIAMS. . .BSL M.EdL North Carolina A 8t T, Penn. State University. . .sponsors art club. . .enjoys fishing, ceramics. . .married. . .has two children. . .attended summer school. MISS AZALEE WILSON. . .BAL Berea College. Middlebury Col- lege, McGill University, Emory University, Western Carolina Uni- versity. . .teaches Spanish and French. . .co-sponsors French Club, Spanish Club, Charlotte exchange Student Program. . .enjoys music, fashions, sewing, genealogy, astrology, studying Appalachian Moun- tain customs and folklore. . .spent the summer in the N.C. mountains. MR. GARY WORTMAN. . .BAL Gardner-Webb College. . .teaches history. . .coaches J.V. football, wrestling, J.V. baseball. . .enjoys sports. . .married. . .has two children. . .worked in Charlotte's Summer Recreation Program. MRS. BETTY YATES. . .BAL Winthrop College. . .teaches Latin . . .sponsors Latin Club. . .State Chairman for North Carolina Junior Classical League. . .has three Poodles. . .toured New England and Canada. . .attended National Junior Classical League Convention in New Jersey. 162. 168, 169, 170 Abernathy, Becky 148 Abernathy. Joe 99, 112. 161 Able, Ardra 112 Adams, Rene 148, 166, 167 Adams, Valerie 137 Adkins. Tammy 148 Aiken. Sandra 148 Alcala, Frances 22. 51, 53. 171. 175 Alexander, David 37. 162 Alexander, Diane 32 Alexander, Phyllis 165 Alexander, Robin 98, 99, 112, 131, 175, 176 Alexander, Scott 109 Alexander, Sylvia 112 Alexander, Willie 112, 163 Allen, Donna 148, 169 Allen, Marcia 137 Allison, Karen 137 Almond, Ja.mes 148 Anderson, Elizabeth 165 Andersen. Mette 54, 100. 101. 102. 113. 159. Anderson, Vickie 137 Andrews, Kenneth 54, 1 13, 159, 161, 175, 178 Anklin, Jean 148, 169, 170 Antosek, Michelle 42, 93, 94, 175 Archer, Donald 148 Archie, Edna 148 Armstrong, Ronnie 137 Ashford, Craig 148 Ashford, Darrell 29. 113, 161, 173 Ashley, Jerry 29 Ashmore, Ronnie 62, 149, 159, 168. 169, 178 Asti, Todd 62, 93, 137, 160, 175 Asti, Tracy 46.49. 107, 113, 161 Atkins, Carlotta 113 Bennett, Cheryl 71, 114, 172 Bennett. Chris 149 Bennett, Yolanda 149 Benoy, Virginia 114, 159, 173 Benton, Janet 70, 114, 172 Bennett, Harvey 161 Berrier, James 114 Berry. Darrell 81, 114 Berry. Elaine 32, 114 Berry, James 114, 172 Berry, Sabrina 149 Besselieu, Thomas 32, 54. 103, 114, 136, 159, 160, 165, 169, 171 Bevan, Megan 109, 137, 171 Bidgood, Gloria 114 Biggerstaff. John 149 Bing, Vivian 114, 169, 173, 174 Birmingham, Davis 85 Birmingham, Eugene 114 Birminglam, Matt 78, 137, 175, 176 Black, Connie 15, 137, 158, 166, 167 Black. Eddie 149 Index Bumgardner, Mary 116 Bumgamer, Phyllis 106, 116, 161, 169, 170 171 Burch. Johnnie 16 Burge, Deena 149, 175, 176 Burgess, Burgess, Chuck 138 Mike 149 Burgess, Toni 138, 158. 169, 170 Burkheardt, Mary 116 Burleson, Adam 30, 164 Burris, Ray 149 Burris, Todd 88, 90, 177 Burt, Lea 138, 166, 167, 168, 170, 176 Butler, Mark 48 Byars, Kenneth 25, 116, 163 Cable, Cheri 116 Caldwell, Anita 149, 166, 167 Caldwell, Gary 116, 163 Caldwell, Ginger 109 Caldwell, Larry 149 Caldwell, Pat 109, 149 Caldwell, Powell 149 Black, Roy 114. 163 Black, Steven 114 Black, Thane 149, 166, 167 Black, Vivian 166, 167 Blackwelder, Donna 94, 149 Blackwelder, John 50, 137, 160, 163 Blackwelder, Kenny 175 Caldwell, Mr. Steve 44 Caldwell, Sidney 138, 173 Caldwell, Wayne 149 Campagna, Willie 42, 69, 77, 175, 176 Campbell,Cindy54,61,67,106,116,158,159 161, 168, 170 Campbell, Kim 138 Campbell, Patti 116, 122 Campbell, Susan 149, 166, 167, 168, 170, 171 Campbell, Terry 116 Canady, Christopher 54, 116, 159, 167 Canady, Leslie 48, 138, 159, 160, 165, 168 Canipe, Angela 150, 170, 171 Blackwell, Cindy 137, 159, 163, 166, 167, 168. 178 Blackwell. Connie 149, 166. 167, 168, 169 Blackwell, James 114 Blackwell, Jeb 94, 103, 175, 177, 178 Blackwell. Waller 169. 175, 177, 178 Bland. Linda 114 Cantrell, Sherry 51, 57, 58, 138, 161, 163 Cook. Rosa 117 INDEX Cook, Terri 63, 139, 142, 167, 170, 171, 175 Cooke, Mary 20 Cooper. Deborah 117, 173, 174 Cooper, Donnell 166, 167, 178 Cooper, Gwen 56, 118, 159. 173 Copeland, Ben 139. 162, 163 Corbin, Beth 55 Cowan, Paulette 139, 174, 175 Cowan, Ray 118 Cowan. Teresa 175 Cox. Carey 135, 136, 139, 159, 171, 172 Cox, Gladys 43 Cox, Jan 109 Crabtree, Sam 139, 169 Craig, Danny 139 Crawford, Doris 14 Crawford, Fred 169 Crawford, Nathan 26, 161 Crockett, Steve 35, 158, 166, 167, 178 Cross, Dwight 118 Cross, Jan 139, 170 Cross, Keith 62, 118, 163, 166, 167, 170, 174 Cross, Rusty 80, 81, 82, 161, 170, 175 Cross, Tommy 150, 178 Crowder, Donna 150 Crowder, Felicia 139 Crowe, Randy 90 Crowell, Amy 139 Crowell, Lloyd 150 Crowell, Mark 139. 163 Crump, Roger 159, 169 Crumpton, Steve 176 Cruse, Beverly 150 Cunningham, Helena 20, 21 Cunningham, Mrs. Pam 55 Atkinson, Robert 149 Atwell, Atwell, Auten , Aute n, Auten, Avery, A xson, Ayers, Charles 149 Mary Ellen 109 Cheryl 149 Julia 149, 158 Michael 25,54, 113, 151, 161, 166, 167 Russell 149 Veda 149 James 113, 173 Baggett, Cindy 137 Baker, Baker. Baker, Gary 137. 169 Jeffery 113 .lohn 137, 163, 170, 175, 178 Ballard. Matt 136, 137, 158, 170, 175 Barbee, Frank76,l13,163,l70,l74, 175,176 Barbee, Mark 137, 161 Barbee, Tim 149. 166, 167, 168 Barber , Steve 149, 166, 167 Barfield, Ruth 109 Barker, Laurie 173 Barker, Stephen 113 Barkley, Debora 137, 159. 169, 172 Barkley, Stan 137 Barksdale, Bonnie 163, 169, 174. 175 Bamette, Bonnie 137, 173 Barnette. Casey 137 Barnette. Faye 32. 175 Barnette, Hazel 43 Barnette. Luther 59. 113. 161 Barnette. Pat 137 Barnette. Ricky 27. 137 Bamette, Steve 149 Bamette. Terri 149. 169 Barnhardt. Bud 149 Barringer, Charlie 113 Barringer, Debbie 113. 166. 167, 170 BarTinger, Earl 163 Barringer. Jacqulyn 149 Bledsoe, Regina 114, 169 Bliss, Frank 54, 103, 104, 107, 109, 112, 114 158, 159, 168 Blue, Legena 109 Blythe, John 109, 137, 139, 168. 169 Blythe, Larry 137, 169 Blythe, Stephen 149, 166, 167, 178 Bollinger, Tommy 109 Bolton, Randy 4, 78, 175, 176, 177 Bonds, Jeff 70, 71, 114, 172 Boone. Kathy 149, 170 Boovy, Patty 9, 149, 170 Bost, Dolores 114 Bost, Michael 163 Bost, Phyllis 138, 159, 169 Bowers, Jesse 18, 162 Bowles, Alvin 149 Boyce, Rita 114, 161 Bradfield, Greg 138 Bradford, Jolene 138, 168, 169, 170 Bradford, Melanie 149 Bradford, Nancy 149, 169 Bradford. Robin 109, 110 Brafford, Doug 115 Brandon, Trimona 115, 162. 170, 175, 176 Brandon, Tyrone 81, 82, 115 Bratton, Dorothy 14, 15, 46, 158 Brawley, Rose 138. 158. 166, 167 Brickey. Andrea 161 Brickey, Kathy 115 Bridgeman. Delores Mrs. 69 Bridgman, Robert 107, 115, 159, 162. 166, 167 174 Broffman, Jacqueline 48, 115, 160, 169 poetry-112, 136, 148 Brooks, Sheila 149, 169 Brookshire, Sonja 115, 173, 174 Broome. Belinda 115, 163 Canupp, David 117, 166, 167, 168 Carpenter, Denise 140, 169 Carpenter, Jimmy 41, 150, 166, 167, 171 Carpenter, Mike 150. 169, 178 Cana Carol 138, 168, 173 Carr, Connie 138, 159, 175 Can, Felton 81, 82, 117, 175 Carr, Gerald 76, 77, 83, 150, 158, 176, 178 Carriker, Reba 39 Carroll, Cathy 56, 117, 173 Carter, Bobbi 46, 117, 173 Carter, Kathy 117 Carter, Lynn 117 Caner, Patti 150, 169 Carter, Tajon 139 Caner, Tara 150 Cassidy, Cynthia 35, 139 Cathey, Carolyn 117 Caudle, Sylvia 24, 69 Cavin, Linda 9, 14, 47, 48, 61, 107, 117, 158 159, 160, 161, 162, 170, 175,176 Chambers, Boyce 54, 158, 159, 171 Chambers, Joyce 173 Chandler, JelT139, 166, 167 Chandler, Roger 150 Chapman, Lamar 78, 83, 139, 175, 176, 178 Chapman, Max 150 Chapman, Phyllis 38 Chase, Whyatt 83, 99, 178 Cheeks, Eddie 150, 165 Cherry, Bernice 39 Cherry, John 41 Childress, Brenda 57, 117, 158, 161 1 Chisholm, Bryon 117 Christenbury, Ann 150 Christenbury, David 139 Christenbury, Jimmy 150, 165, 173 Christenbury, Penny 139 Cureton, Vondra 139 Curl, Tammie 150, 166, 167 Dagenhart, JoAnne 150 Daggy, Mary Lu 109 Daniel, Ronald 118 Darby, Robert 139 Damell, Kenneth 150 Darnell, Phillip 139, 161 Darwin, Mike 161 Davidson, GadLouck 105, 150, 164 Davidson, Jimmy 78, 84, 85, 175, 176, Davidson, Melissa 118 Davidson, Vinesee 118 Davis, Arthur 169 Davis, Ben 19, 85 Davis, Bettie 174, 175 Davis, Cindy 118 Davis, Irene 139 Davis, Janet 139, 173, 170 Davis, Karen 150 Davis, Kathy 70, 118, 172 Davis, Patsy 139, 173, 178 Davis, Roben 118 Davis, Sandra 54, 118, Davis, Scott 150 Deal, Blake 26, 56, 161 Deal, Maxine 60, 26, 166 Deal, Shirley 26, 161 Deal, Vickie 118, 163, 169, 174 Dean, Curtis 167 Deaton, Eugene 136, 150, 166. 167 Deaton, Perry 59, 118, 161, 163 Decker, Jan 170 Decker, Mary 118, 174 159, 161, 167,168 ,170 Defelice, Bill 17, 139 Delinger. Sandra 150, 166, 167 Dellinger, Freida 54, 118, 159, 173 Denig, Kathy 140, 165, 172, 175 BalTinger, Barringer, Barringer, James 163 Kelvin 113. 163 Terry 173 Barrino, Gloria 174 Barrino, Gwendolyn 137, 159, 168, 173 Barrino, Theron 177 Barrino, Vivian 113 Barron. Erwin 51,55 Barron, Frederick 109 Bartlett, Starr 70.71. 137, 172 Bass, Vicki 149 Batchelor. Teresa 149 Bates. Alice 43 Battle. John 94. 95. 113. 163, 177. 178 Baucom, Denise 149 Baucom. Eddie 110 Baustert, Elizabeth 113 Baxter, Gregg 163. 174 Beard, Deborah 113 Beard, Marian 13. 38. 69 Beard. Randy 62, 86. 137. 170. 175, 178 Beaty, Alan 137. 161. 163 Belk. Audie 85 Belk, Jo 137. 162 Bell. Perry 25. 137. 170 Bender, Margaret 57. 113. 161 Bennett, Bernice 113 Broome, Terri 115, 161 Brown, Bennet 165 Brown. Clara 109 Brown, Christine 109 Brown, David 16, 136, 138, 175, 177 Brown, Gardner 91, 110, 177 Brown, Gary Brown, Gerald 177 Brown, Jeff 149 Brown, Linda 149 Brown, Mark 62, 138 Brown, Martha 43 Brown, Mona 46, 48. 115, 163, 168 Brown . Randy 70, 71. 138. 172, 175 Brown, Robin 165, 174, 175 Brown . Rongelynn 138. 169 Brown. Shirley 13 Christenbury, Terry 109, 117, 173 Church, Gale 166, 167 Church, Melodie 117 Clapp, Jane 37 Clark, Charles 101, 150, 169 Clark, David 35, 53, 150, 166, 167 Clark, Debra 117 Clark, Mary Elizabeth 15, 46, 139, 159, 160, 163, 165 Clayton, Beverly 18, 19 Clayton, Carol 117 Clayton. Jeannie 161 Claytor, Tracye 139, 170 Climer, Scott 139, 166, 167, 171 Cochran, Marion 18 Cochran, Rusty 26, 139, 158, 163, 173 Cochran, Sandra 117, 160, 165. 174 Cochran, William 26, 94, 177, 178 Cochran, William 26, 150, 171, 178 Cockerham, Bob 27 Brown. Susan 46. 57, 115. 161 Brown. Tim 163, 173 Brumley, Scott 86, 138. 168. 175 Bryant, Carol 46, 47. 116. 158, 159, 160 Cole, Celia 103, 117, 159. 161, 165, 168, 169 Bryant. Kayren 160, 159 Cole, Paul 104, 139, 169 Bfyant. Stan 46. 54. 86, 104. 110. 116, 159. Collins, Christine 117, 163, 169 170- 173 Conder, Wyndy 48, 94, 139, 160, 163 Bryant, Wendy 91. 104. 136, 138, 158 Conner, Cindy 139 Buchanan, Pam 138, 173 Buchanan. Sammy 57 Connor, Dely 117, 162, 166, 167 Conrad, Victor 171 DeRight, Jane 150, 170 DeRock, Tina 150, 159, 170, 175, 176 DeWalt, Keith 162, 163, 174 Dick, Robert 118, 163, 164. 165 Dickinson, Donna 118, 159, 165 Dickson, Debra 92, 93, 94, 140, 175 Dixon, Aaron 118, 163, 176 Dixon, Chris 166, 167 Dixon, Diane 109 Dixon, Roben 115, 150, 158 Donahue, Brenda 118, 158, 159, 162,163,171 Donahue, Dale 109 Donahue, Keith 151, 166, 167 Donahue, Virginia 43 Donnell, Robin 164 Dorhmann, Richard 41 Dorton, Mark 140 Dorton, Martha 119, 159, 161, 166, 170, 187 Douglas, Sheree 140 Dove, Bobby 69. 151. 169 Dove, Judy 119, 172 Drenning, Delly 151 DuBose, Bryant 119 Duckworth, Darrell 119 Duckworth, Dolores 140 Dulin, Marsha 151 Duncan, Vickie 151 201 INDEX Dunlap, Jerry 173 Dunn, Alex 140 Dyson, Jimmy 119 Eaker, Mary Ellen 92, 93, 94, 151, 171, 175 Eaker, Tressie 119, 173 Ealey, Florence 43 Eamheart. Susan 140 Edwards, Charles 140 Edwards, Jimmy 151 Edwards, John 32, 46, 50, 106, 119, 158, 160, 169 Edwards, Kerry 59, 140, 158, 161 Ellington, Betsy 140, 169 Elliot, Karen 119, 160, 169 Elliot, Susan 119, 169, 170 Ellis, Brian 140 Ellis, Cynthia 119 Ellis, Mike Endsley, Dennis 140 Epps, Edwin 119 Epps, Ricky 151 Ervin, Elaine 36, 151, 168, 170 Ervin, Elizabeth 120, 170, 174 Ervin, James 151 Evans, Vanessa 151, 167 Falandyz, Cindy 67, 140, 170, 171, 178 Falandyz, Lisa 75, 151, 158, 159, 175, 176 Greene. Debby 141, 173 Greene, Frankie 141, 166, 167, 170 Greene, Mrs. Jennie 14, 15, 51, 170 Greenwell, Zoren 95, 110, 177 Greer, Andy 89, 90, 177 Greer, Paula 121, 160, 161 Gregory, Joseph 25 Grice, Wanda 151 Grier, Calvin 167 Grier, Danita 151 Grier, Maryland 121, 169, 172 Grier, Oliver 121 Grier, Scott 163 Griffin, Randy 141, 175, 176 Hinson, Kathy 142 Hipp, Carol 152 Hobgood, Angelo 109 Hoffman, Tammy 142 Hoke, Jill 105, 123 Holbrook, Kim 63, 121, 174, 167 Holden, Leroy 42, 47, 80, 82, 90, 177 Holland, Greg 109 Hollar, Kathy 152 Holshouser, Shelly 152, 159, 176 Holshouser, Sherri 109 Holt, Harris 31, 99, 109, 123, 163, 174 Holtzclaw, Jean 22, 51, 59, 162, 171 Hoover, Henry 37, 123 Grigg, Mrs. Shirlene 26, 29, 60, 173 Grissom, Henry 163 Grissom, Ricky 162, 163 Groce. David 49, 141, 160, 169 Grose, Dan 141 Gudger, Nancy 141, 159 Gunnells, Ricky 164, 165 Gurley, James 151 Gurley, Janet 141, 169, 172 Gurley, Kay 141 Guy, Mr. Charles 20 Haas, Carolyn 121 Haas, Jeannie 161 Falls, Di anne 151 Fant, Tonette 161 Farmer, Marcus 120, 160, 163, 176 Farrell, Pete 76, 78, 81, 82, 170, 175, 176 Felts, Carol 151, 170 Ferrell, Jeff 151 Ferrell, Kenny 151, 164 Ferrell, Leonard 44 Haas, Stuart 151 Habet, Rosita 141 Hager, Beverly 121, 172 Hager, Debbie 121 Hager, Rusty 79, 151 Hager, Teresa 121, 161 Hager, Thomas 85, 151 Haglar, Irvin 151 Harris, Johnston, Donnae 153, 168 Ferris, George 161, 163 Fesperman. Lisa 140, 170, 172, 175 Fetterson, Nickie 25, 70, 71, 120, 158, 160, 122, 174 Fielder, Vasanta 140 Figaro, Ellen 151, 170 Fink, David 151 Fish, Jeff 140 Fish, Peggy 43 Fisher, Nora 32, 151 Fisher, Tim 85 Fite, Becky 120, 173 Fite, Ricky 140, 163 Fleenor, Lynn 140 Flood, Dudley 34 Flow, Ivan 151 Flowe, Denise 151 Ford, Teresa 56, 120, 173 Forrest, Mirian 38 Foster, Buzz 140, 165, 168, 169 Foster, Teresa 172 Fox, Alan 120. 173 Fox, Terri 140 Francis, Jeff 140 Frazier, Dean 120, 161 Fredericksen, Jimmy 140 Freeman, Mike 140, 171 Frye, Mr. John 55 Frye, Marc 120, 166, 167, 168 Furr, Mary Ann 120, 161 Gable, Charlie 140, 165 Gabriel, Diane 120, 161, 169, 174, 175 Gabriel. Grace 120 Gabriel,Gwendolyn48.49,120, 165, 170, 175 Gabriel, Sara M. 44 Gadsden, Frank E, 12, 163 Galloway, Mrs. Mary 26 Gamble, Clarence 177 Gamble, Jane 92, 93, 94, 140, 158, 163, 175 Gamble, Maurice 120 Gant, David 120 Gant, Glenda 120 Gant, Richard 169 Haley, David 106 Hall, Gene 151, 159, 167, 166 Hall, Janet 141 Hall, Karen 151 Hallas, Jeff 121, 128 Hamilton, Annie 121 Hamilton, Hoyt 122 Hammond, Rodney 65, 151, 166, 167 Hampton, Donald 62, 81, 151, 169 Hampton, Robert 109 Hansil, John 151, 166, 167, 175, 178 Hansley, Vanessa 151 Hardy, Janet 122, 165, 173 Hoover, Melvin 178 Hostetler, Michael 152 Horton, Nancy 169 Hough, Mr. 109, 110 Houston Houston Houston Houston , Donnell 152 , Dwight 152, 164 , Everett 161, 163, 173 , Rosalind 169 Howard, Avery 163 Howard, Bobby 76, 167, 176 Howard, Debra 123 Howard, Marilyn 123 Howard, Mitchell 123 Howard, Randy 163, 173 Howard, Robert 123, 175 Howard, Renee 169 Howell, Chris 152 Howell, Elaine 19, 22, 168 Howell, Mary 123 Howell, Pat 109 Howell, Ricky 152 Howell, Robin 106, 169, 175 Howze, Alonso 169 Hoyle, Gayla 123, 132, 173, 174 Hubbard, Brenda 142 Hubbard, Crystal 152 Hubbard, Sandra 109 Hudson, Hudson, Hudson, Daniel 123 Doris 123 Jeff 162 Huffsteler, Elizabeth 121, 123, 161, 167, Huffman, Kitty 108 Hughes, Tammy 165, 174 Hunt, Joe Mr. 4, 12, 23 Harper, Denice 174 Harrington, Glenda 151 Harris, Dwain 151 Harris, Greg 99, 122, 163, 166, 167. 168, 170 Harris, Jeanne 109, 122 Harris, Jill 151 Harris. Johannah 98, 99, 100, 101. 122 Harris, LaJaynes 122, 166, 167, 170 Harris, Terri 141, 162, 173, 174 Willie 122 Humble, Jeff 85 Hunt, MarthaJo19, 46, 54,105, 109, 123, 172 Hunt, Peggy 14 Hunter, Carol 152, 159, 171 Hunter, JeErey 142 Hunter, Mike 173 Huntley, Dannie 152, 164 Hurd, Bryce K. Mr. 12 Hurd, David 142 Harrison, Marcene 152 Hart, Helen 18 Hartley, Miss Elaine 55 Harvell, Christophia 141 Haryell, Ivy 152 Hathcock, Sara Mrs. 69 Hawkins, Bill 141, 163 Haynes, Donald 13 Haynes, Mack 16, 91 Heaton, Vivian 122 Heavener, Michael 152 Hedrick, Deborah 122 Hedrick, Ken 141, 161 Hefner, Daniel 84, 85, 152 Hefner, Eric 110 Helderman, Lynn 152 Helms, Charles 158. 170, 174, 175, 178 Helms, David 152 Helms, Jean 13 Helms, Rhonda 122, 169, 172 Jolly, M Gant, Vi Gardner, Gardner, Garmon, Garrison Garrison Garrison ckie 151, 166, 167 Danny 120 Lynne 32, 120, 169 Robin 109 , Alan 120, 163 . Marjo 151 , Theresa 93, 104, 136 140, 158, 175 Henderson, Alfred 152 Henderson, Betty 122 Henderson, Donald 110 Henderson, Larry 122 Henderson, Lisa 57 Henderson, Nancy 152 Henderson, Nerissa 152, 159, 169 Hutsell, Gregg 16, 175, 176 Hwang, ll Hwa 163, 169 Ingle, Mike 163 Irvin, Cindy 174 Jackson, Andre 152 Jackson, Ellen 43 Jackson, Frankie 142 Jackson, Rickey 95, 110, 177 Jackson, Stonewall 123, 159 Jamieson, Rebecca 123, 158 Jamison, Ginger 153 Jefferies, Richard 65, 166, 167, 168 Jenkins, Johnson Johnson Johnson Thomas 37 , Becky 109 ,David 153, 166, 167 , Margueritta 153 Johnson, Mary 43 Johnson John son , Vickie 165, 173 , Viola 163 Johnston, Ellen 14, 51, 160 Johnston, Linda 39, 165 Johnston, Mark 143 Johnston, Mike 109 Johnston, Tim 153, 166, 167 Joiner, Joe 123, 161 ike 153 Garwood, Robert 120, 174 Gentry, Randy 25, 140 Gibson, Pam 140 Gibby. Eric 161, 173 Giddings, bee Ann 32 Giles, Robbie 176 Henderson, Pat 150, 152. 158, 167, 168, 170 Jolly, Thomas 10, 46, 72, 123, 158, 159 Henderson, Tricia 141 Henderson, Vennie 122 Henson, Sue 141, 159, 166, 167, 168 Herring, Cynthia 122, 169 Hicks, Ben 7, 51. 55 Goble, Andreia 151 Godfrey, Goforth, Gofort h, Shay 140 Joe151, 158,167 Mr. Roben 69 Goodman, Ricky 140 Goodman, Roben 93 Goodwin, Tony 120 Goodrum, Janet 94, 151 Gordon, Grosset, Graham, Graham, Graham, Jeff 141, 169 Mrs. Lucie 52 John 79 George 95,121,173, Marilyn 121, 159 Grant, Janice 141, 163 Gravitte, Debbie 109, 121 202 177 Hicks, Cathy 159, 169 Hight, Christopher 122, 168 Hill Angela 169 Hill, Brenda 152 Hill Debora 63, 94, 122. 167, 170, 173, 174 Hill Deona 123, 161 Hill Gwen 165 Hill Howard 20 Hill Pat 109 Hill Paul 123 Hill, Sharon 123 Hill, Susan 152 Hilton, Jimmy 141 Hinson, Diane 141, 173 Hinson, Katherine 16 Jones, Carrie Sue 24, 59 Jones, Chuck 50, 143, 160, 169, 170 Jones, Kent 153, 158, 169 Jones, Linda 153 Jones, Polly 143, 169 Joop, David 153, 166, 167 Jordan, Jordan, Donna 143 Sue 143 Josephson, Susan 143 Karriker, Jackie 153, 169 Kay, Donnie 143, 166, 167, 170 Kaylor, Marilyn 6, 40, 92, 93, 175 Keller, Cyndi 153 Keller, Joyce 24, 56, 70, 71, 172 Keller, Nelson 153 Kelton, Sissy 7, 10, 54, 67, 102, 104, 161, 162, 168, 170, 175, 176 Kelton, Mary 153, 170, 171, 178 Kennedy, Debra 171 Kems, Cyndie 153 179 159, 124, 159, Kerns, Doug 143, 176 Kems, James 124, 160, 163, 169, 174 Kems, Robert 64, 82, 107, 124, 127, 167, 177, 170 Keziah, Wanda 169 Kidd, Bill 153 Kidd, Sharyn 124, 167, 170, 174 Kiker, Cheryl 116, 124, 174 Kinard, Carlton 153 ' King, Dawn 29, 124, 169 King, Kim 143 King, Penny 153 Kirkpatl'ick, Keith 161, 174 Kiser, John 153 Kiser, Patty 124 Klutz, Knox, Mike 143, 163 Tony 124, 158 Knox, Cheryl 124, 173 Knox, Jean 153, 171 Knox, Jill 124 Knox, Mary 17, 143, 160, 168, 170 Knox, Knox, Russell 124, 161, 175, 177 Tim 158, 173 Knox, Tony 76, 77, 78,163, 170, 175,176,177 Knox, Tujuana 143, 164, 165, 175 Komegay, Kelvin 153, 159 Krider, Ruth 25 Labban, John 85, 124, 163, 170, 175 Lackey, Debbie 70 Lackey, Deborah 9, 71, 124, 163, 172 Lambert, Susan 109 Lammers, Trina 153, 166, 167, 168, 178 Lancaster, Rhyta 124, 172 Lands, Mike 153, 169 Laney, Marlene 40, 51, 148 Langley, William 27 Latham, Deborah 116, 124, 174 Lawing, Gaither 161 Leagan, Bonnie 153, 164 Leagon, Richard 124 Leagon, Vickie 70, 71, 124, 172 Leak, Diane 143, 174 Leak, Donnie 124, 163, 167, 174, 175 Lee, Eric 153 Lee, Joe 124, 163, 176 Lee, Mike 29 Lee, Naomi 8, 43 Lee, Teresa 143 Lee, William Mr. 38 Lee, William 124, 161 Leonard, Larry 125 Lewis, Ebie 153, 175 Lewis, Joyce 143, 159, 170, 171 Linberger, Linda 25, 69 Lindsay, Deborah 153, 166, 167 Lineberger, Allen 153, 169 Lipford, Sherry 153 Litaker, Linda 40, 69 Little, Annie Ruth 43 Little, Don 153, 175 Little, Vickie 32, 125, 169 Lloyd, Marie 143 Lloyd, Pam 143 Lloyd, Pamela 153, 164 Locke, Loftis, Kim 125, 161, 169 Carolyn 39, 51, 174 Long, Dani 47, 125, 158, 159, 161, 166, 167, 170, 172 Long, Larry 81, 169 Long, Sherri 10, 49, 63, 143, 147, 160, 166, 167, 170, 175 Lovelace, Barbara 125, 175 Lowery, James 125, 175, 176 Lowery, Marquetia 153, 169 Lowery, Mary 5, 153, 169, 176 Lowery, Reginald 166, 167 Love, Sue 109 Lynch, Carol 153, 170 MacAfee, Gerald 178 MacCallum, Scott 71 Mackin, Debra 163 Mahatha, Frederick Manies, William 125 Marez, Toni 109 Martin, Mike 153, 165 Mason, Beverly 125 Matney, Steve 87, 153, 165, 166, 167 Mauch, Tommy 143, 163, 173 Maxwell, Catherine 153, 170 Maxwell, David 153 Maxwell, Mrs. Doris 14, 50, 51, 160 Mayberry, Belinda 153 Maye, Diane 14, 46, 51, 158, 170 Mayes, Daniel 107, 125, 170 Mayes, Randy 26, 125, 159, 166, 167, 168, 170 Mayes, Tom 153, 166, 167 Mayhew, Barbara 170 Mayhew, DeEtta 143, 158, 174, 175 Mayhew, Myra 143 Mayhew, Roger 32, 118, 125, 169 Mays, Earllette 126, 159 McAllister, Debra 153 McAlister, Margaret 109 McAuley, David 126 McAuley, Barbara 143 McAuley, Steve 143 McCain, Earl 164 McCain, Earline 143 McCain, Libby 175 McCallum, Scott 172 McClain, Tareska 143 McClure, Ann 69 McClure, Audrey 126 McClure, David 90, 110, 177 McClure, Scott 57, 61, 109, 126, 159, 170, 176 McClure, Martin 126, 163 McClure, Renee 63, 147, 161, 162, 166, 167 McClure, Wanda 153 McConnell, Beth 63, 64, 162, 167, 168, 170 McConnell, Brad 126 McConnell, Danny 136, 143 McConne Il, Debbie 143, 166, 170 McConnell, Elizabeth 126 McConnell Kelly 153 170 McConnell: Leah 32, 126, 159, 166, 167, 168, 169 McConnell, Rebecca 32, 126, 158, 159, 169, 173 McConnell, Roger 126 McCorkle, Beverly 138, 143, 166, 170, 173 McCorkle, Debbie 7, 143 McCorkle, Patsy 109 McCoy, Darryl 144 McCoy, Doris 126 McCoy, Sheila 126 l McCraw, Charlotte 60, 126, 132, 167, 174 McCullough, Coleen McCutcheon, Diana 154f 159 McDonald, Gerald 16, 62, 93 McGee, David 29, 161 McGee, Linda 126 McGee, Roy 126 McGraw, Gerald 77, 126, 161, 162, 175, 176 McGuire, Maureen 99, 144, 164, 165, 170 McGuirt, Robbie 144 McKee, Emest 109 McKee, Lisa 126, 173 McKinley, Ervin 81 McKinney, Vicki 154, 158, 159 McLeod, T, 91, 110, 144, 177 McMurray, Debbie 144, 167, 168, 170, 175 McMurray, Robbie 10, 144, 158 McNeely, Donald 161 McWorter, Robert 85, 154 Meachem, David 177 Meachem, Robbie 104, 138, 144, 158, 171, 175 176 Melton, Lonnie 154, 173 Merck, Deborah 70, 71, 126, 172 Mercer, Terry 144 Miller, Kevin 154, 168 Miller, Mary 25 Miller, Patricia 126 Miller, Perry 110 Miller, Sara 46, 51, 69, 112, 162 Miller, Vicki 154 Mills, Grace 126 Misenheimer, Sharon 144, 159, 174 Mitchell, Happy 154, 168, 170 Mizelle, Caxrolle 21, 83, 178 Monteith, Karen 127, 163, 166, 167 Monteith, Steve 109 Montgomery, Donna 144, 162, 163 Montgomery, Glen 154 Mooney, Susan 109, 127 Moore, Carol 127, 161, 170, 174 Moore, Debbie 144 Moore, Elaine 109 Moore, Kay 127 Moore, Susan 154, 168 Morgan, Chris 154, 168 Morgan, Terry 75, 154, 175 Morris, Eva 5, 14, 127, 161, 167, 170 Morris, Helen 14 Morrison, Bumell 163 Morrison , Deborah Morrison, James 44 Morrison, Mike 178 Morrison, Ulla 163 Morton, Linda 127 Morton, Susan 169 Morrow, Debbie 154, 169 Morrow, Mary 144, 166, 167 Moser, Tim 91, 177 Moss, Beverly 154 Mott, Estelle 14, 51 Motley, Patricia 43 Moultry, Michael 169 Mowry, Mary 154 Mozee, Rickie 154, 159, 165, 178 Mullen, Tom 154 Mullis, Linda 127 Mumpower, Lillie 43 Murphy, Frank 19, 165, 175 Murray, Morwin 177 Nail, Keith 127 Nance, Darlene 144, 161 Nance, Sandra 127, 166, 167 Nance, Scott 141, 144, 161 Nantz, Eddie 144 Neal, Debra 109, 127 Neal, Lillian 42 Neil, Delia 19, 46, 67, 72, 104, 106, 127, 158, 159, 170 Neil, Narcissus 127 Neill, Terry 144, 170 Nelson, CJ 90, 177 Nesmith, Janice 168 Nichols, Will 161 Nienke, Melanie 144, 172 Nixon, Lisa 144 Nixon, Penny 128, 167 Northcott, Linda 144, 166, 167, 170 Oehler, Connie 154, 163 Oel1ler, Doris 32, 128, 173, 174 Oliver,James128,163,166,167,168,l70,174 Orren, David 104, 128, 159, 167 Osborne,John 35,46, 104, 112, 128, 159, 166 167, 168, 170 Osborne, Wayne 107, 112, 128, 158, 159, 166, 167, 168, 170, 171 O'Shields, Arthur 128, 173 Owenby, Reta 128 Pace, James 154 Pack, Stan 144 Packett, Patricia 154 Padgett, Mark 154 Parker, Anne 94, 144, 166, 167 Parker, Beverly 128 Parker, Charles 110 Parker, Emily 128 Parker, Rodney 27, 128, 173 Parker, Stella 107, 159, 162, 170, 171, 178 Parks, Julie 154 Parsons, Sherry 109 Payne, Allan 154, 178 Payne, Rick 171, 178 Pearce, David 109, 110 Pender, Ricky 144, 163 Pendergraft, David 159 Pendleton, Peggie 109 Penninger, Randy 154 Penninger, Tim 144, 161 Pharr, Mattie 128 Phifer, Annie 25, 69 Phifer, Ricky 154, 173 Philemon, Debbie 144, 171 Phillips, Andrew 144 Phillips, Capri 109 Phillips, Davie 85, 144 Phillips, Debbie 109 Phillips, Ellen 4, 36, 63, 104, 109, 129, 147 159, 162,166, 167, 168 Phillips, Jr., Guy 129, 160 Phillips, Julin 166, 167 Phillips, Larry 36, 56, 166, 167, 168 Phipps, Jimmy 110 Pickard, Rock 62, 144, 170, 175, 176, 177 Pierce, Colleen 155, 166, 167, 171 Pierce, Robin 147, 155, 166, 167 Pierce, Tammy 175 Piercy, Clim 144, 173 Pigg, Everett 19, 38 Pittard, Michael 32, 33, 66, 169 Plagens, Beth 129, 167, 168, 170 Plott, Bryce 144, 166, 167, 168 Poindexter, Malcolm 145, 161, 163 Polk, James 108 Polley, Vance 159, 165, 166, 167, 168, 171 Polly, Lynn 166, 167, 171 Poole, Mona 109 Poole, Jimmy 38, 108, 176 Pope, Ann 155 Pope, Kathy 109 Porter, Cynthia 129, 170, 172, 174 Porter, Robbie 155 Poston, DeWayne 145, 161 Poteat, Gary 155, 178 Poteat, Michael 90, 129, 175, 177 Potter, Pat 145, 162, 175, 176 Potts, Joel 159, 169 Potts, Debbie 155 Potts, Teresa 129 Pouncy, Meg 145, 174, 175 Pratt, Joyce 169 Price, Cathy 145, 169 Price, Danny 155, 164, 165, 166, 167 Pritchard, Nancy 129 Privett, Doris 103, 129, 159, 168 Pryor, Isaac 29, 59, 161 Puckett, Eleanor 26, 28, 173 Puckett, Rod 155, 169 Putnam, Sammy 145 Quarles, Robert 178 Raburn, Mark 155 Rainey, Tommy 5, 47, 61, 129, 158, 162 Ramsuer, Dwight 110 Ramsuer, Vanessa 164 Ramsey, Jim 48, 49, 141, 145, 166, 167, 174 Ramsey, Waverlyn 145 Rakin, Angela 109 Rankin, Sherwook 4, 84, 85, 175, 176 Rankin, Callie 155 Rankin, Jerry 27 Rankin, Lillian 145, 165 Ranson, Annette 46, 129, 160, 173, 174 Ranson, Bruce 37, 129 Ranson, Danny 155 Ranson, Julie 145, 167 Ranson, Rick 84, 85, 129, 177 Raper, Dianne 129 Rappe, Bobby 155 Rappe, Donna 129, 161 Rash, Mark 129, 177 Ratliff, John 18, 20, 81, 159, 161 Ratteree, Sharon 109 Ratteree, William 16 Reames, Pam 94, 155 Reames, Thad 145, 163, 173 Reid, Brent 145, 173 Reid. Donna 129 Reid, Jerry 1, 129, 161 Reid, Penny 169 Reid, Sarah 129 Reid, Susan 109 Reitzel, Raymond 27, 145, 171, 173 Regans, Robert 155, 166, 167 Reitzel, Sonya 155 Reynolds, Andy 145 Rhodes, Ethel 15, 55 Rhodes, Noel 22, 63, 130. 147, 159, 161, 170 Rhyne, Henry 130, 172 Rhyne, Lena 130 Richards, Charles 17 Richards, Donna 109, 130, 173 Richardson, Kevin 130 Richards, Michael 155 Richmon, Reggie 176 Richmon, Regina 175 Rickey, Lee 155, 171 Rink, Mike 163 Rivens, Carlos 155, 158, 177 Rivens, Diane 130, 161 Rivens, Grover 80, 81, 82, 145, 175, 176, 177 Rivens, Martin 6, 81, 30, 163, 175, 177 Roach, Ronald 130, 173, 175, 177 Robbins, Carl 107, 130, 170, 175, 176 Robbins, Edie 155 Robertson, Gazella 138, 145, 166, 167 Robinson, Linda 130 Robinson, Warren 17 Rockholt, Roddy 29, 161, 130 Rodden, Karen 145, 172 Rodgers, Paul 155, 167 Rodgers, Bill 177 Rogers, David 177 Rogers, Mark 155 Rogers, Susan 107, 145, 166, 167 Rorrer, Victor 130, 169 Roseboro, Rosalyn 130 Roseboro, Tammera 108, 112, 130, 165, 167, 170 Ross, Bill 90 Ross, Bobbie 26, 51, 56, 173 Ross, Shirley 155, 164 Ross, Trenna 136, 145, 167, 172, 174, 175 Rourk, Gary 155, 173 Rubin, Cindy 130 Rudisill, Kyle 155 Rudisill, Kevin 145 Rudisill, Nicky 27, 128, 130 Rudisill, Ricky 84, 85, 130 Rush, Janice 130, 164, 165, 175 Rusher, Joey 155, 159, 166, 167 Rushing, Fletcher 130, 158 Russell, Beverly 146, 170 Russell, Earl 130, 160, 166, 167, 170, 171 Russell, Kyle 131, 163, 170, 176 Russell, Sherry 146 Sachsenmaier, Laine 155, 170, 171 Sailstad, Jeff 109, 110 Sanders, Sammy 146, 161 Sanders, Wayne 131, 163, 166, 167 Sattertleld, David 19, 131, 165, 169 Saunders, Joan 10, 74,101,108,112,131,158, 161, 175, 176 Saylor, Charlie 109 Sawyer, Linda 131 Scales, James 175, 176, 177 Scales, Robert 77, 78, 131, 167, 174, 175,176, 177 Scarborough, Rosa 15, 136 Scattergood, Ken 163 Scattergood, Mary 109 Schultz, Helen 155, 169 Schultz, Heidi 155, 169 Scott, Todd 81 Setzer, Michael 8, 28, 131, 170, 175, 176, 177 Sharp, Sharon 28, 107, 131, 159, 168, 170, 173 Shanklin, William 30, 162, 165 INDEX Simmons, Sue 163 Simms, Karen 155 Simpson, Claudia 155 Simpson, Jim 155 Simpson, Mary 22, 25, 132, 159, 161, 165, 170 Simpson, Teresa 132, 167 Simpson, William 132 Sims, David 62, 146 Sims, Dale 88, 89, 90, 110, 177 Sims, Donna 146 Sims, Paul 155 Sims, Sylvia 15, 162 Sinclair, Josephine 132 Sinclair, Tammy 136, 146, 170 Skidmore, Danny 132, 174, 175, 176, 178 Sloan, Jerry 163, 164 Small Kerry 132, 173, 174 Small, Lin 155 Small, Terry 146 Smith, Aaron 164 Smith, Alan 161 Smith, Beth 101, 110 Smith, Carol 19 Smith, Cathy 132, 173 Smith, Charles 11 85, 159, 168, 178 Smith, Deborah 63, 155, 167 Smith, Dale 164 Smith, Darryl 40, 155, 159, 164 Smith Greg 173 Smith: Jimmy 163, 173 Smith Kathy 146, 161, 169 171, 175, 177, Smith, Larry 169 Smith, Margaret 15 ,Mary 92, 93, 155, 168, 169, 171, 175 Smith, Milton 155, 159, 164, 178 Smith Smith Smith: Tim 46, 55, 132, 159, 167 Pam 109 Sossamon, Jane 28, 132, 170 Sowell, Calvin 161 Sparrow, Charles 132 Spears, William 146, 163 Sprehe, Russ 146 Springs, Charles 44 Springs, Keith 80, 81, 162 Spry, David 166, 167, 168 Stacks, J. L. 93, 110 Stallings, Randy 132 Stancil, Henry 155 Staton, Howard 81, 146, 169 Steed, Cathy 146 Stephen, Gail 155 Stephens, Gary 132 Stephenson, Elise 22, 133, 161, 170 Stephenson, Rachel 159, 169 Stephenson, Tom 133 ,166, 168, 172 Stevens, Beverly 170 Stewart, Cheryl 133, 163, 166, 167, 168 Stewart, Jackie 99, 106, 133, 159 Stewart, Ronald 133, 161 Stilwell, Anne 156 Stilwell, Carol 16, 92, 93, 133, 175 Stilwell, Craig 156 Stilwell, Ricky 95, 146, 177, 178 Stinson, Mary 174 Stinson, Mike 88, 90 Stinson, Pamela 133, 161 Stinson, Patricia 133 Stinson, Tammy 94, 156, 175 Stover, Teresa 156 Stowe, Belinda 109 Mary Anne 136, 146, 164, 165 Stroud, Johnny 133, 157, 161 Stroud, Kathy 150, 156 Stowe, Styers, Styers, Annie Mae 13 Robin 146, 156, 166, 16 Styers, Joy 133, 161 7,170 Suitt, Karen 16, 17, 168 Summerville, Karla 109 Swanson, Kevin 77, 85, 115, 133,170, 175, 176 Swaringen, David 178 Taylor, Anita 152, 161 Taylor, Beverly 63, 107, 133, 159, 167, 168, 170 Taylor, Janet 24, 86, 94, 133, 172, 175, 178 Taylor, Kay 156 Taylor, Mark 156, 178 Taylor, Mary Ann 86 Taylor, Mike 164 Taylor, Sandy 109 Taylor, Wayne 85 Tesh, Mark 133, 164, 165 Shaver. James 21 Shelby, Brad 109 Shen'ill,1va.n 131, 141 Sherrill, Linda 109 Sherrill, Karon 152, 155 Shen'ill, Marla 131, 169, 173 Sherrill Sammy 7 155 164 170 sherwdbd, Eddie 33, 146, 175 shoe, Hardy 76, vs, 174, 175, 176 Sides, Randy 131 Silvers, Teresa 155, 169 Simmons, Hope 167, 174 Simmons, Kathy 146, 169 Simmons, Renita 174 Thomas, Andy 156, 159, 166, 167 Thomas, Linda 109 Thomas, Jamie 156, 178 Thomasson, Alice 156, 159, 168, 170 Thompkins, Gary 167 Thompson, Kirk 19, 133 Thompson, Larry 44 Thompson, Tina 146, 169 Thompson, Lydia 166 Thomton, Cathy 133 Thrower, Raymond 133, 159 Tilley, Donna 146, 161 Tilson, Charles 156, 169, 171 Tilson, George 30, 48, 58, 61, 146, 160, 163, 170, 175 203 INDEX Tilson, Robert 156, 169 Tinsley, Timothy 133 Todd, Billy 27, 146, 163 Todd, Blaine 177 Todd, Jan 146, 158, 170 Todd, Teresa 104, 107, 133, 159, 163, 170 Todd, Terry 148, 156 Tompkins, Gary 133 Tompkins, Robin 146 Torrence, Wendy 146 Trapp, Beverly 134, 165 Travis, Carl 134, 175, 176, 177 Travis, Donna 146 Tucker, Alva 134 Tucker, William 38 Turner, Mike 156 Twitty, Angie 156 Underwood, Frank 106, 134, 163, 170, 175 Vail, Joani 134, 158 Van Joy, Ellen 134, 171 Vance, lrma 17, 67, 146, 156, 162, 168, 170, 172, 174 Van Dyke, Jan 156 Van Hoy Ashley 109 Van Hoy, Jo 32, 67, 72, 103, 107, 169, 170 Warren, Junior 161 Carol 125, 132, 134, 167, 170 Washam, Washam, Freddie 109 Washam, Lee 156, 166, 167 Washam, Scott 27, 147, 163 Washington, Jwanna 156 Waters, Leroy 21 Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson, Wilson, , Cheryl 63, 135, 147, , Lewis 156, 171, 178 ,K-Sue 147. 167 Mack 158, 164, 165 Pamela 71, 135, 172 Terri 109 Tim 19, 93, 107, 135, 167 167. 175 Watson, Danny 156, 169 Watson, Marcus 134 Wayland, Tim 147, 163, 174, 175 Waymer, David 88, 177 Weaver, Mike 71, 134, 172 Webb, Karen 156, 167 Webster, Robin 109 Wells, Susan 147 West, Darlene 156 Westmoreland, Keith 156 White, Barbara 147, 170, 172, 175, 178 Wilson, Wayne 27, 173 Winkler, Karen 135, 162, 169 Cornelius Savings 81 boan ...,... ....... 1 86 Cross Motor Company ...... ....... 1 92 Cubby Hole ..................,..... ....... 1 93 Dairy Bam ............................... ....... 1 86 Davidson Ice 81. Fuel Co., Inc ...... ....... 1 80 Davidson Lightweight Cycles ..... ....... 1 90 Derita Insurance Agency ,...........,........ 183 Flowe's General Merchandise ............... 190 Galley, The, Fish Camp and Steak Housel90 White, Dexter 156 White, Issac 109 White, Julie 147, 172 White, Kimmy 176 White, Mary 134 White, Ronnette 134, 169 White, Thomas 18, 32, 46, 54, 103, 134, 159 Wally, Debbie 156 Vannoy, Cameron 156 Vannoy, Eddie 146 Vaughn, Jonny 146 Vinson, Brenda 8, 134, 169 Vinson, Valerie 156, 169 Wallace, Mrs. Virginia 13, 162 Wallace, Patricia 147, 159 Wallin, Steve 85, 156, 166, 167 168 White, Vincent 156, 164 Whitley, Kenneth 156 Whittington, Phyllis 105, 147, 167 Wiggins, Daryl 59, 147, 161 Wike, Bonnie 24, 134, 167, 169, 172 Wike, Sheila 156, 163 Wilber, Carol 156, 166, 167 Wilber, John 135 W Wally, William 134, 161, 173 Walker, Beverly 134, 169 Walker, Debbie 134 Walker, Joyce 136, 146, 165, 175, 176 Walker, Renee 63, 142, 146, 147, 167, 170 Walker, Tamara 32, 134, 158 Wallace, Grayland 83, 178 Walmsley, Jeremey 175 Walmsley, Simon 175 Walters, Cathy 70, 94, 134, 172, 174 Ward, Lee 109 Ward, Richard 163 Ward, Roger 134, 166, 167 Ward, Tim 147, 163 Warlick, Charles 147, 170 Warlick, Jimmy 88, 89, 90, 177 Wilborn, Cookie 147 Wilborn, Gay 135 Wilborn, Scott 135, 163 Wilhelm, Kim 147, 169 Williams, Arthur 46, 108, 135, 158, 159, 161 167, 170, 171 Williams, Cynthia 7, 135, 147, 162 Williams, Debbie 135, 161 Williams, Irving 135 Williams, Newton 76, 81, 148, 167, 176 Williams, Myron 135, 165 Williams, Otis 31, 163 Williams, Scott 156 Winslow, Curtis 156 Withers, Carol 165, 167, 174 Witte, Alan 156 Witte, Robert 26, 135, 161 Wolf, Ben 156, 171, 175 Wolf, Katherine 103, 104, 109, 135, 159, 161. 168, 172 Wolfe, Carol 156 Woodley, Louis 4, 76, 85, 174, 176 Woodson, Deborah 135, 169 Works, Dianne 156, 158 Wortman, Gary 16, 85 Wrenn, Ernie 147, 163, 173 Wright, Patricia 109 Wright, Warren 156 Wruck, Karin 135, 168, 170 Wynn, Leroy 26, 28, 59, 174 Yandle, Leslie 74, 136, 147, 173, 175, 176 Yates, Betty 22, 171 Yeargin, Dianne 135 Yost, Mike 156 Young, Cynthia 135, 161 Young, Jay 135, 161 Young, Robin 152 Yow, Sandy 48, 147, 160, 165, 173, 175 Ziegler, Donna 147, 173 Harvard World Encyclopedia ............... 187 Wilson, Audrey 156, 171 Wilson, Azalee 22 Wilson, Charles 135 iffg:f?s.,M ,, L I r I - V . 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