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7 " cS, J ex IP " ;pRCH e A Volume XXVI Northampton Senior High School 1 Table Of Contents School Life — 6 Classes — 18 Faculty and Administration Sports — 68 Organizations — 82 Senior Statistics Index NORTHAMPTON HIGH DRIVER EDUCATION CAR . NORDSTROM CHEVROLET “High school” — its meaning is as varied as the students who roam, trudge or stride down its halls. Somehow though, all of these students are searching for walks that will lead them much farther, that will end in individual contentment. None of them — or at most a rare few — has attained his final goal; instead, he must gather all his resources for a haz¬ ardous, but sometimes very re¬ warding trek ... in pursuit of happiness. 4 F ' 2 LcnIi v J Cb=? o° c ' f iv 5 C coiQ oOcvX CC l«s - - lvWX ciil— o ci HX c AScX jKoVu. Co s . OlX ' S 9© , c$ c -CXO. U XV d-XsS ' pb cfUXS. 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G- Vm f ' e oAL a oo A n scx l XXAj G " a (3YiOL5xk_ £rsGyiCi G c AU-ki zsu Gsa L Y q-gg, avocG toA ficaG-orx, GXii (jr dux ' Y U ) Au. M-o ■■ i ' or 4 cru.. JltoH ' K GM- G y crto . tmokrcDo IU;y (j trqiZsdX •u_ ctvul. rvuKjj__ dlS un 7, tO ocS L-i CU C Gi’. t ruyyvui ' L. d o ' vZ- ' L ' ix j$u z 4D l 17 Seniors At Last CLASS OFFICERS: Ella Johnson (Secretary), Becky Olexa (President), Brenda Ames (Vice President), and Glen Tittermary (Treasurer) can’t decide if they want to leave school or not. Senior boys enjoy the first football pep rally. “If that fly comes over here one more time. I’m gonna swat it!” Karen thought she saw a camera. mg Tyrone has learned that discipline and hard work are the keys to happi¬ ness. 19 Seniors Are A Spirited Bunch Martha leads the students at a pep rally. “V-l-c-t-o-r-y: that’s our senior battle cry!” 20 John Green keeps in good shape by running. Meanwhile, back in Chemistry class . . . 21 Variety Is The Spice Of Life Annette puts up the “KOPE Week” bulletin board. — and this is one of the industrious seniors! VV Cj PCx 5- 6CxV£ C skC Pam seems to have been affected by the paint You realize the verdict rests in our hands 23 Nancy Lea Alexander Alvin Crispen Allen Larry Cornell Allen Tyrone Vitonia Allen Brenda Editha Ames Debra Elizabeth Ames Dorothy Lee Ames Paige Turner Ames Patricia Bertha Ames Sharon Gwendella Ames David Joseph Arnold George Henry Badger Geneva Bailey Elizabeth Juanita Bannister Gregory Faulkner Beckel Louis Peter Bell Chester Francis Belote David Allen Belote Sandra Sue Bones Allen Black Boss Carl Douglass Bradford Martin Paige Bradford Karen Mi chele Brewer James Benjamin Brickhouse Patricia Ann Bridges Reginald Brisco David Evans Brown Delane Kay Brown Rogers Lee Brown Samuel Percell Burgess Matilda Beatrice Burrows Frizzell Burton Shirley Marie Burton Donny Gene Campbell Catherine Elaine Cantrell Dan Bruce Carpenter Karen Jane Chandler Myriam Kaye Charnock Larry Louis Christian Patricia Ann Church Dorothy Lyn Colonna George Henry Colonna Robert Cottrell Roger Conklen Cramer Freddie Cypress 26 Starlene Dixon Kemmie Mason Dize Linda Kay Doughty Sidney Franklin Downing Richard Lee Evans Bernard James Finney Barbara India Fisher Joann Fitchett William Sinclair Floyd Allen Callenton Gaskins Edward Augustus Gaskins Slyvester Woodrow Giddens Theopa lantha Gray John Dennis Green Allen Brent Flamilton 27 Terry Harmon Clarence Lee Harmonson Shirlean Henderson Cora Regina Hickman Debra Smith Hickman Teresa Hollis Betty Mapp Hopkins Thomas Lane Hutton Richard Floyd James Rosanna Gunter James Ella Louise Johnson Ross Sylvester Johnson Barbara Lee Jones Bernard Wayne Jones Jezriel Jones 2ft Mona Denise Jones Janies Richard Kellam Martha Kathryn Kellam William Matthews Kellam Hallett Lee Latimer Clifton Elwood Lewis Harry Fred Lloyd Norman Wilson Lyons Amelia Sarah Mapp Jerline Mapp Sylvia Dianne Mapp Sandra Jean Marshall Annette Christine Mayhew Granville Brent McCready Michael Thomas Mitchell 29 Doris Elizabeth Morris Myra Gail Morris Mary Monica Nicolls Denise LaVerne Nottingham Gladys Marie Nottingham Spencer Wright Nottingham Rebecca Charlene Olexa Mary Virginia Peed Arlene Pitt Dorothy Mae Reid Sharon Caroll Richardson John Calvin Riggin Beatrice Virginia Rivera James Gregory Routzong Anthony Lee Ruffin 30 Betty Juanita Ruffin Ernestine Lugena Ruffin Thomas Wayne Satchell Wallace Lee Satchell Elizabeth Massey Savage Larry Howard Savage Raymond Collins Savage Howard Hudson Scott Joanne Shackelford Alvin Leonard Simmons Cheryl Denise Six Paula Elizabeth Small Carol Yvonne Smaw Michael Randolph Spady Pamela Sparrow 31 Emma Lucille Starchia Helena Frances Stratton Cynthia Reaves Tankard Thomas Lee Taylor Glen Scott Tittermary Debra Jeane Townsend Michael Leonard Townsend Winston Joseph Townsend Joette Fay Trower Jane Currie Turner Betty Upshur Cheryl Ann Walker Jeffery Antonie Walker Michael Blair Ward Macon Teresa Warren 32 Richard Neil Webb Audrey Lynette Weeks Evelyn DeVone White Kathy Turner Widgen Alice Holland Wilson Martha Leonora Windley The following seniors were absent when portraits were taken: Philip Michael Badger Larry Louis Christian James Rufus Engle John Edward Farlow Gary Wayne Gladden Walter Lee Goodwin Jessie Mae Griffin Linwood Lee House Deborah Rose Jester Larry Darnell Joynes Joseph Ray Johnson Robert Lee Lawson Ricky Lee Matthews Margaret Ann Mears Anthony Wayne Parker Jerome Carter Powell Henry Anthony Sisco Benjamin Smaw Kevin Douglas Smaw Joseph E. Spady Joseph Lee Strickland Simeon Harvey Williams Gordon Rupert Wilson Martin Gilmore Wynder 33 Juniors Express Many Moods Gwen Wynder (Treasurer), Shirann Ames (Secretary), Evelyn Bell (Vice-President), and Vernon Hill (President) have a ringside seat in the bleachers. “I am tied up at the moment.” 34 “What you see is what you get.” and he said . . . Spirited Juniors lead a cheer at pep rally. 35 i P j Juniors On The Go Tres bien, Mary. Bottoms-up 36 “I can’t believe it.” Three horse-power. “Jacket Power.” “Thats one demerit.” 37 Sara A. Acworth William R. Acworth Gary M. Allen Allen M. Ames Deborah J. Ames Diane E. Ames Shirann C. Ames Marva G. Bailey Rebecca L. Bailey Steve W. Bailey Luther D. Banks Evelyn Bannister Gloria F. Barrett Deborah Beckel Carolyn A. Beckett Stanford M. Beckett Evelyn D. Bell Wynola V. Bell Richard Bell Charles A. Belote Mary K. Belote Diane L. Birch Brenda G. Bowen Keith O. Bowen Ellen M. Brady DeOtis J. Bragg Richard B. Bralley Mary B. Briggs Harriett Brooks Nola M. Brown Patti P. Bundick Steve P. Burgess Clarence I. Burton John A. Campbell Terrence Campbell 38 Kenneth A. Chandler Wayne A. Christian James J. Custis Danny G. Davis Onnie M. Davis Iris P. Douglas Thelma M. Downes Margaret S. Dunton Debbie J. Elliott James B. Elliott Frederick P. Etz Eugene Fisher John W. Fisher Richard W. Fitchett Robin J. Gardner Mable F. Giddens Preston R. Giddens Senora D. Gillis John E. Goble Gloria M. Graves Glendia F. Harmon Steve F. Harmon Bryon P. Heaster Marvin E. Hickman Vernon C. Hill Douglas F. Hinman John M. Holland Clara A. Holmes Finda Holt Claudette L. Hyslop Irvin O. Jackson Frank C. James Keith D. Jarvis Eulelia A. Johnson Anthony B. Jones 39 Krystal D. Jones Vanessa K. Jones Barron P. Justice Jan A. Kelly Myrtis E. Land Dennis W. Latimer Barbara A. Lee Magnolia Lewis Joseph Lockwood Andrew J. Lyons Alan C. Mapp Ernest M. Marks Perry R. Mathewson Shirleen D. Mitchell Olivia D. Moody Thomas K. Olschner Udell E. Onley Barbara J. Owens John A. Parker Kay R. Parks Amy E. Phillips Phyllis D. Picott Catherine Powell Sherri L. Reynolds William S. Reynolds James A. Richardson Ann L. Rittenhouse Alvin P. Robinson John G. Rogers Justine N. Rogers Tabitha Rowley Earl Satchell Purnell C. Satchell Oscar T. Savage Patricia E. Shively 40 Henry L. Simpkins James A. Smaw Selene Smaw Charles W. Smith, Jr. Lillie M. Smith Vincent P. Smith Linda L. Snead Louis A. Spady Dale M. Spence Arthur L. Stevens Walter J. Stinson Eleanor S. Sturgis Esther O. Townsend James C. Toy Glenda D. Trower Jean P. Trower Kathy L. Turner Ellen F. Underhill Margaret S. Upsher Linda S. Webb Sylvia F. Weeks Valerie I. Weeks Paul H. Widgen Thomas C. Widgeon Kathryn C. Wilkins Alvin S. Williams Michael C. Williams Roosevelt Williams Patricia B. Willis Vera A. Wimber Sallie C. Womble Evon C. Wright Gwendolyn M. Wynder Jerry C. Wynder Samuel B. Young Sophomores Get Involved Sophomore class officers Regina Smith (Treasurer), Anthony Sample (Vice President) and Maxine Ames (Secretary) are aware of their environment. Absent from the picture is Barbara Wesch (President). Complete concentration. There’s a “mad sciem. ” in every group! Gym class isn’t what it used to be! 43 Sophomores Seek Their Own Paths Ginna Holland enjoyed the Homecoming football game. Sophomores will eat anything. Richard Costin takes a break in shop. 44 Burleigh Addison Ruby M. Alexander Paula P. Allen Bernice A. Ames Ida L. Ames Jacqueline Ames Maxine D. Ames Karen E. Anderson James R. Bailey Mae A. Bailey Willie Bailey Clarence H. Baines Mattie A. Baines Roy O. Ballard Eugene H. Bannister Mark A. Barclay Dottie L. Barnes Anita Barrett Dennis J. Belote Lewis R. Belote Lester L. Benton Steven G. Bones Andy D. Boney Carl T. Booker William L. Bradford Sandra A. Brady Tyrus A. Brannock Elouise V. Brewer Clarence A. Brickhouse William R. Brisco Charles E. Brooks Michael T. Brown Onedia B. Brown Denise F. Burroughs James E. Burton 45 Milton R. Chandler Charles B. Chesser Charlotte A. Church Eric A. Church George E. Church Reginia Church Mary J. Clark Gwendolyn D. Coles Anthony Collins Darrell B. Collins George D. Collins LaVerne O. Collins L’Tanya D. Collins Richard A. Costin Frances M. Cottrell James T. Custis, Jr. Samuel D. Cypress Micheal S. Dabbs Vincent E. Daneker Mary G. Daughtrey Evora C. Dixon Suzanne Donovan Angela D. Doughty Glendora V. Douglas James L. Downing Marty J. Downing Anthony D. Dunton Lois A. Dunton Kathleen I. Etheridge David W. Evans Val D. Fauntleroy Deborah A. Finney Betty L. Fisher Lucy E. Fisher Lucy M. Fisher 46 Mable M. Fisher Conesha Fitchett Phyllis D. Fitchett Mary L. Floyd Jeffery K. Franklin Annie S. Giddens Carolyn D. Giddens Ronnie V. Giddens Llewellyn M. Gray Albert J. Griffin Patty A. Hamilton Michele Harmon Diana Harmonson Barbara A. Hill Wilbur E. Hill Virginia G. Holland Iola T. Hollis LaVern R. H ouse Susan B. Hudson Unez M. Hughes Andrea L. Hussen Karen L. Isdell Hughland E. Ivey Claudous J. James Dale E. James Dina V. James Margaret L. James Hamilton Jarvis Karen L. Jarvis James N. Johnson Florence T. Jones Gail L. Jones Robert J. Jones Selma L. Jones Levin N. Kates 47 Benjamin F. Kellam Donald E. Kellam Fay A. Kellam Michele D. Kellam Richard Kellam William L. Kellam Jerry Lassiter Cleve Latham Robert Lawrence Ann H. LeCato Robert T. Lee Emma K. Lipscomb Joyce A. Lockwood Richard E. Lyons Sterling Lyons Lillie L. Manuel Linda Manuel Cheryl A. Mapp Harrison Mapp Helen Mapp Jerome W. Mapp Preston H. Mason Harry F. McCord Billy R. McPherson David R. Mears Henry J. Mitchell Margaret A. Moore Mary L. Moore James A. Morris Eartha T. Nottingham Sandra L. Nottingham Vera Nottingham Pa e R. Outten Riley Parker Kathy I. Peace 48 Jean Pitt Charlie Poulson Alvy R. Powell Reva B. Press Eola E. Reid Fred A. Reid William Reid Thomas W. Rippon Juanita N. Roundtree Ronald W. Rowe Connie D. Rowley Robert Rowley Tyrone Ruffin Anthony P. Sample Elizabeth A. Satchell Jefferson W. Satchell Susan V. Savage Deborah K. Sayers Mary K. Scott Brenda Sheffield Julia A. Shelton Lavonella Siggers Mary J. Simpson Philbert O. Smaw Amonia E. Smith Evangelia Y. Smith Ida M. Smith James M. Smith Reginia L. Smith Shirneda A. Smith Eugene Spady Robertson L. Sparrow Robert R. Standley John A. Starchia Carolyn L. Stevens 49 Earl A. Stevens Terrelle N. Stevens Haldora V. Stratton Leroy Stratton Amy L. Sturgis Linda R. Sturgis Carolina S. Taborn Sally R. Tankard Brenda M. Taylor Phyllis L. Taylor Joyce A. Thomas Bellneice M. Townsend Sandra F. Toy Colonial M. Trower Hattie E. Trower James E. Trower Mildred A. Twyford Charles E. Upshur Rosie L. Upshur Diann C. Walker Eula M. Walters Deborah L. Ward Pamela Ward Emma L. Warren Patricia A. Warren Wanda E. Warren Robert Weatherly Kevin M. Webb Patricia A. Webb Barbara J. Wesch Isaac R. Wiggins Nancey C. Widgen Jeffrey L. Widgeon Randy M. Widgeon Ronald M. Widgeon 50 Deborah T. Williams Steven E. Williams Larry G. Willis Mary K. Willis Jerry Wilson Pamela D. Wright Dian Young Two Biology students listen attentively to Mr. Bull. Sophomores gather in the hall. 51 52 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 53 Administration, The Driving Force SCHOOL BOARD. Seated, left to right: Mr. Vivian Bayly, Mr. George Parsons, Mr. Ben Kellam, Dr. James Allen. Standing: Mr. William Smith, (Asst. Superintendent), Mrs. Mary Elliott (Clerk), Mr. George W. Young, (Superintendent). Mr. Samuel S. Cook, Principal Mr. William T. Sisco, Asst. Principal 54 Mrs. Julie V. Nordstrom, Mrs. Alice Smith, Librarian Guidance Counselor Mr. Michael Evans, Guidance Counselor Mrs. Shirley Johnson, Asst. Clerk 55 Mrs. Elizabeth J. Newton, Mathematics Mrs. Mary B. Collins, Mathematics Mr. Randall D. Parks, Mathematics Mrs. Elizabeth W. Skelton, Foreign Language, English 56 Mr. Raphael Guillen Foreign Language It ■! Academics Solve Old And New Problems Mrs. Joyce F. Holland, English Mrs. Evelyn S. McCuller, English Miss Evelyn D. Barcliff, English Mr. Arnold W. Ellis, English Mrs. Sharon S. Bull, English, Guidance 57 iniiiti iiiuiii mu Mr. Douglas Coburn, Mr. Kenneth Webb, Social Studies Social Studies Mr. Garnet L. Mears, Social Studies Mr. Richard Smith, Social Studies Mrs. Vivian S. Dent, Social Studies 58 Science, Social Studies Keep Student Body More Aware Mr. Joseph Mysko, Science Mr. R. Keith Bull, Science 59 Teachers Prepare Students For Vocations Miss Margaret K. Helm, Business Mrs. Mary N. Kellam Business Mrs. Joyce J. Best, Business Mrs. Madge S. Christian, Business 60 Mrs. Carolyn W. Jones, Vocation Mrs. Virginia O. Savedge, Vocation Mr. Jack Allen, Vocation Mr. John T. Badger, Vocation 61 Mr. Timothy Stratton, Jr., Music Mr. Jay D. Meek, Music Mrs. Ellen P. Camden, Art ' it Mr. Robert Ward, Art 62 Mr. Philip Newton, Driver’s Education Miss Shirley M. Parham, Physical Education, Driver’s Education Practical Courses Prove Helpful Mr. Thurlis J. Little, Jr., Physical Education 63 Workers Keep School Going Mr. Rufus Thompson, Janitor Mr. Percell Widgeon, Janitor EMERGENCY DOOR 111 BUS DRIVERS. Left to right: Mr. Isaac Mapp, Mr. Alfred Watson, Mrs. Louise Moore, Mr. Charles Heath, Mr. Herbert Shreaves, Mr. Bennie Satchell, Mr. William Poole. LUNCHROOM LADIES. Left to right: Mrs. Bessie Payne, Mrs. Annie Bell, Mrs. Ethel Robinson, Mrs. Nancy Moore, Mrs. Louise Moore. 64 LIBRARY WORKERS. First row, left to right: Tommy Savage, Ellen Brady, Patricia Shively. Second row: Mary Beth Briggs, Eleanor Sturgis, Joanne Shackelford. Third row: James Richardson, Howard Scott, Larry Allen. Fourth row: Becky Olexa, Annette Mayhew, Susan Dunton. GUIDANCE WORKERS. Seated, left to right: Ella L. Johnson, Shirley Bur¬ ton, Linda Doughty. Standing: Diane Ames, Dale Spence, Barbara Jones, Alice Wilson, Barbara Wesch, Martha Kellam. OFFICE WORKERS. Left to right: thy Ames, Evelyn White, Susan Dumon, Stratton, Cheryl Six, Dina James, Joette Linda Doughty, Matilda Burrows, Doro- Shirann Ames, Pamela Wright, Helena Trower. 65 66 Football “With a nucleus of twelve sophomores and ten juniors returning, I feel that we should start off next year with a little more experience. If we can fill some key positions, next year promises to be an exciting one.” — Coach Little Front row, left to right: Mr. J. Arthur Dent, Mike Ward, Greg Beckel, George Colonna, John Green, Hank Badger, Fred Lloyd, John Parker, Luther Banks, Mike Brown. Second row: Head Coach T J. Little, Milton Chandler, James Down¬ ing, Carl Booker, Robin Outten, James Custis, Kevin Webb, Steve Williams, Larry Willis, Keith Bowen, Mike Wil¬ liams, Ricky Kellam, Mr. Joe Mysko. Third row: Mr. Randy Parks, Charles Be- lote, Alan Mapp, Donnie Kellam, Bryon Heaster, Lew Belote, Robert Jones, James Elliott, Ronald Widgen, Vernon Hill 68 ALL-DISTRICT TEAM. First row: Hank Badger, John Green, George Co- lonna. Back row: Coach T. J. Little, Lew Belote, Mike Ward. 1971 SCOREBOARD THEY TEAM 34 Franklin 48 John Yeates 13 Norfolk Catholic 68 Southampton 12 Smithfield 26 Gloucester 0 Central of Sussex 12 Onancock 0 Cape Charles 26 Forest Glen 69 Basketball “Sparked by the addition of three new members to the team, the Jackets made a turnabout from their six-game losing streak of the first semester and finished with a respectable 8-10 record in the toughest group AA district in the state. Led by All-District center‘Bob Brown, the Jackets’ comeback in the second semester was capped by winning the District Tournament Championship for the first time in the history of Northampton High School. The Jackets, by winning the tournament, advanced to the regional contest.” — Coach Webb 1971-72 SCOREBOARD WE TEAM THEY 55 Smithfield 65 67 Franklin 66 51 Windsor 53 72 Southampton 67 62 John Yeates 67 77 Central of Sussex 64 47 Gloucester 62 72 Forest Glen 81 76 Suffolk 79 48 Smithfield 51 49 John Yeates 57 75 Franklin 80 84 Windsor 71 78 Southampton 67 86 Central of Sussex 61 79 Gloucester 60 52 Forest Glen 47 65 Suffolk 74 Tournament 64 Gloucester 49 70 Windsor 49 63 Franklin 58 [hP . ' ' L f M 1 r ' M Ki v m VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM. Front row, left to right: Spencer Nottingham, Norman Lyons, Bob Brown, Jerry Wynder, John Fisher, Anthony Collins. Second row: Lawrence House, manager; Joseph Lockwood, Gary Allen, Andrew Lyons. Back row: Kenneth Webb, head coach; Anthony Dunton, Ben Smaw, Randy Parks, assistant coach. 70 JV BASKETBALL TEAM. First row, left Captains), Colonial Trower, Val Fauntler- bert Smaw, Lewis Belote, Ronald Widg- to right: Robert Rowley, Anthony Sam- oy. Second row: Coach Michael Evans, eon, Richard Lyons, Milton Chandler pie, Kevin Webb and George Collins (Co- Thomas Rippon, Robert Weatherly, Phil- (Ma nager). “Whenever the fans attended a Northampton JV game, they were certainly guaranteed a fast moving and exciting game. Even though the JV Jackets were able to muster up only four victories, they did lose eight games by five or less points. In all the other games the JV’s remained close enough to get within striking distance.” — Coach Evans 1971-72 SCOREBOARD TEAM WE THEY 62 Smithfield 84 59 Franklin 79 66 Windsor 70 56 Southampton 47 67 Central of Sussex 71 58 Gloucester 54 72 Central 54 57 Suffolk 62 69 Smithfield 89 59 John Yeates 62 49 Franklin 57 55 Windsor 57 55 Southampton 64 48 Central of Sussex 51 54 Gloucester 59 82 Suffolk 84 73 Northampton County 61 71 Baseball “If we can overcome the inconsistencies we experienced last year, we should have an exciting and winning team this year.” — Coach Dent Front row, left to right: Coach J. Arthur Dent, Billy Bell, Hubbard Mayhew, Mel¬ vin Bailey, Steve Warren, John Fisher, Cornell Ruffin. Back row: Keith Bowen, Richard Costin, Bryon Heaster, Matt Kellam, Mike Ward, Spencer Notting¬ ham, Rogers Brown, Henry Simkins, Percy James, Alvin Allen. 72 1971 SCOREBOARD THEY 2 8 1 10 5 4 4 3 1 3 1 4 1 8 TEAM Pocomoke Franklin Windsor Southampton Onancock John Yeates Central of Sussex Gloucester Forest Glen Suffolk Smithfield Onancock Washington Pocomoke . «if v; . ■ 4teiitiHe£ 73 Cross Country “For our first year we did extremely well. We set a few records. There was no glory in it — only personal satisfaction, which was all that really counted.” — Coach Webb Front row: Cleve Latham, Clarence Baines, James Pitt. Back row: Rippy Rippon, Jerry Lassiter, Fred Cypress, Lewis Church, Mike Spady, Norman Lyons. 74 Track “Our last year’s team was a very exciting team. We had a good year breaking school records and setting re¬ gional and district records. With some young blood from the sophomore class, next year’s team should be an ex¬ citing one also.” — Coach Little Front row, left to right: Whitesy Banks, Larry Copes, Garnell Doggett, Eddie Warren, Hank Badger, Van Stanley, Jimmy Engle, Adophus Ames. Back row: Vernon Hill, Mike Spady, Alvin Robin¬ son, James Elliott, Henry Simkins, Robert Taylor, Terence Campbell, Luther Banks, Gary Allen, Lewis Church, Coach T. J. Little. 75 Girl’s Basketball “Even though the Lady Jackets did not have a suc¬ cessful year in games won, they have improved a good deal over last year in their playing ability. Next year, with improved attitude and lots of hard work, the Lady Jackets should be in contention for the dis¬ trict playoffs. — Coach Hamilton 1971 SCOREBOARD WE THEY TEAM 34 54 Smithfield 27 57 John Yeates 23 35 Windsor 21 28 Southampton 13 99 Franklin 26 36 Central 21 33 Gloucester 33 51 Forest Glen 21 41 Suffolk 48 9 Cape Charles Kneeling, left to right: Maxzine Ames, Douglas, Helen Mapp, Sandra Notting- Michele Hughes, Rosy Upshur, Tabitha Pamela Wright, Sandra Toy, Glendora ham. Standing, left to right: Jerline Mapp, Rowley, Marva Bailey, Macon Warren. 76 AHBBB t ... 41 | i ,’tI : s ' v I. Girl’s Softball “The team’s record last year was not very com¬ mendable, but at the last of the season we had im¬ proved tremendously. The softball team should have a very good record this year. We are looking forward to being in contention for the district playoffs.” — Coach Hamilton 1971 SCOREBOARD WE THEY TEAM 3 24 Windsor 4 6 Southampton 7 15 John Yeates 11 15 Glouster 22 7 Northampton Jr. 20 10 Central 2 24 Onancock i W t i I ■ ! M M W ■ life PWi 1 Sitting, left to right: Mrs. Vivian Dent, Coach, Vera Wimber, Deborah Ames, Pearlie Ames, Selene Smaw, Delane Brown, Sandy Bones, Mona Jones, Jerline Mapp, Miss Jean Hamilton, Coach. Standing, left to right: Delores Eder, Mi¬ chele Hughes, Myra Morris, Iris Arnold, Lillie Smith, Debra Ames, Evon Wright, Dorothy Ames, Joyce Mapp. 77 Golf “With John Parker’s record-breaking perform¬ ances, we were able for the first time in the team’s history to participate in the tournament for two con¬ secutive years.” — Coach Thomas 1971 DISTRICT STANDINGS 1. Suffolk 2. Southampton 3. John Yeates 4. Northampton Sitting, left to right: Matt Kellam, Tony Parker, Dennis Latimer. Standing: John Parker. 78 Cheerleaders Kneeling, left to right: Lillie Smith, Kay Parks. Standing: Ella L. Johnson, Dale Spence, M ary K . B elote, Absen t. Martha Kellam, Jane Currie Turner, Karen Brewer, 80 ORGANIZATIONS m ■ J B tMWL V mi jg» J i ■■ iSsr ■L - % Mwm w m, jm fjyJF W % A ■ ' , • ' v jpv 1 ' H t rx ? USk m ■1 M : Bi vi «L MATH AND SCIENCE CLUB. First row, left to right: Joette Trower, Olivia Moody, DeOtis Bragg, Glendia Harmon, Michele Harmon, Karen Jarvis. Second row: Mr. James Collins, Jr., David Brown, Jack Holland, Charles Smith, James Engle, Hattie Trower. Third row: Lewis J. Church, Allen Hamilton, John E. Goble, Sharon Richardson. Fourth row: Vernon Hill, Kenneth Chandler, Larry Christian, David Arnold, John C. Riggin, Hallett Latimer, Greg Beckel, Keith Jarvis. £ j r mn a [ ' »--3 1 Hi V. WI •Wi ypk . T4- f flfet .., ' j y 1 m 1 r i ' jQLf: 3 ?« VARSITY N. First row, left to right: Keith Bowen, James Engle, John Rogers, Fred Lloyd, Gregory Beckel, Lewis Church, Spencer Nottingham, Henry Simpkins, Sandra Bones, Cynthia Tankard, Jane Currie Turner, Dale Spence, Ella John¬ son, Karen Brewer, Mary Kay Belote. Second row: James Elliott, Byron Heaster, James Kellam, Vernon Hill, Rippy Rip- pon, Michael Ward, Rogers Brown, Ter¬ rence Campbell, Lillie Smith, Alvin Allen, Norman Lyons. 82 f 4i(S i hM 1 V _ - ... 1 £5 J FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA. First row, left to r ight: Jeffrey Walker, William Floyd, Dan Carpenter, William Reynolds, Jim Evans. Second row: Clar¬ ence Harmonson, George Colonna, Kern- mie M. Dize, Thomas Custis, Fred Etz. SPIRIT CLUB. First row, left to right: Barbara Wesch, Dina James, Jane Currie Turner, Nancy Widgen, Amy Sturgis, Patty Hamilton, Sally Tankard, Kathy Turner, Denise Burroughs, Debbie Sayers, Nancy Shreaves, Reva Press, Van¬ essa Jones, Patty Bundick, Deborah Ames, Rippy Rippon, Beatrice Rivera, Elizabeth Bannister, Naomi Campbell. Second row: Mike Ward, Pam Sparrow, Ginna Holland, Ann LeCato, Susie Sav¬ age, Jan Clark, Kit Willis, Kathy Ether¬ idge, Pam Wright, Pat Warren, Evangelia Smith, Shirleen Mitchell, Milton Chandler, Lois Dunton, Ben Kellam, Dale Spence. Third row: Lewis Church, Carolyn Beckett, Magnolia Lewis, Marva Bailey, Eulelia Johnson, Krystal Jones, Amelia Mapp, Glenda Trower, Selene Smaw, Shirann Ames, Senora Gillis, Evel¬ yn Bell, DeOtis Bragg, Sylvia Weeks, Sal- lie Womble, Jan Kelly. Top row: Larry Christian, Michael Townsend, Reginald Brisco, Bernard Jones, Levin Kates, Cher¬ yl Six, Mona Jones, Keith Jarvis, James Morris, Charles Smith, Jeffrey Widgeon, Debra Townsend, Tyrone Allen, Shirley Burton, Ella L. Johnson, Lillie Smith, Karen Brewer, Mr. Mike Evans, sponsor. Jeffrey Walker, Carrie Burton, Barbara Jones, Clifton Lewis, Paula Small, Mary Jtelote, absent. 83 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMER¬ ICA. First row, left to right: Debra Town¬ send, Valerie Weeks, Beatrice Rivera. Second row: Carolyn Beckett, Gladys Nottingham, Sylvia Weeks, Mae A. Bai ley, Carol Smaw, Mrs. Virginia Savedge. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA. First row, left to right: Miss Margaret Kaye Helm, sponsor, Jerline Mapp, Elizabeth Bannister, Evelyn White, Debra Ames, Teresa Hollis, Au¬ drey Weeks, Theopa Gray, Geneva Bai¬ ley, Cheryl Six, Naomi Campbell, Macon Warren, Beatrice Rivera. Second row: Dotti Colonna, Myra Morris, Selene Smaw, Ella Johnson, Mary Peed, Lillie Smith, Jean Pitt, Ida Ames, Marva Bailey. Third row: Delane Brown, Gloria Barrett, Barbara Jones, Helena Stratton, Matilda Burrows, Shirlean Henderson, Sandra Nottingham, Rebecca Bailey, Diana Har- monson, Bernard Jones. Fourth row: San¬ dra Marshall, Howard Scott, Allen Ham¬ ilton, Brent McCready, Arline Pitt, Doro¬ thy Reid, Eula Waters, Dinnah Brick- house, Diane Ames, Sidney Downing, Myriam Charnock, LaVern House. 84 D.E.C.A. CLUB. First row, left to right: Diana Harmonson, Onnie Davis. Second row: Hughland Ivey, Mrs. Carolyn Jones, Claudette Hyslop. Third row: Douglas Hinman, John Campbell, Charles Smith, Sandra Toy. Standing: Wayne Hicks, Pa¬ tricia Ames, Sidney Downing, Naomi Campbell, Debra Ames, Bernard Jones, Clifton Lewis, Robert Jones, Neil Webb, LaVern House, Marvin Hickman. FRENCH CLUB First row, left to right: Sam Young, Glendia Harmon, Patricia Bridges, Deborah Beckel, Sandy Bones, Sharon Richardson, Brenda Bowen, Ann Rittenhouse, Sally Womble, Wynola Bell, Evelyn Bell, Rebecca Olexa. Second row: Delane Brown, Myra Morris, Chester Be- lote, Kenneth Chandler, Benjamin Kel- lam, Dottie Colonna, Vanessa Jones, Joanne Shackelford, Betty Hopkins, Mag¬ nolia Lewis, Dorothy Ames, Lewis Church, Shirley Burton, Olivia Moody, Patricia Church, Senora Gillis. Third row: Linwood House, Sandra Marshall, Jack Holland, James Richardson, Gregory Beckel, Richard Bralley, David Brown, Rosanna James, Annette Mayhew. Dale Spence, absent. 85 DEBATE CLUB. First row, left to right: Walker, Reginald Brisco, Gregory Beckel. Mr. Randy Parks, sponsor, and Chip Chester Belote, Rebecca Olexa, Allen Third row: Pinky James, David Brown, Simmons. Boss. Second row: Jimmy Engle, Cheryl LIBRARY READERS’ CLUB. First row, cia Shively, Tommy Savage. Second row: Douglas Hinman, Eddie Goble, Richard left to right: Evelyn Bannister, Katherine Carolyn Beckett, Barbara Owens, Mrs. Bell. Powell, Karen Jarvis, Ellen Brady, Patri- Sharon Bull, sponsor, Charles Smith, 86 POLITICAL SCIENCE. Front row, left to right: Deborah Ames, Shirleen Mitchell, Shirann Ames, Krystal Jones, Sylvia Weeks, Paula Small, Elizabeth Bannister, Matilda Burrows, Mr. Garnet Mears, sponsor. Back row: Senora Gillis, David Belote, Allen Hamilton, Myrian Char- nock, Sidney Downing, and Clifton Lewis. S.C.A. First row, left to right: Joette Trow- er, Martha Kellam, Kathy Peace, Barbara Hill, Shirleen Mitchell, Deborah Ames, Dorothy Ames, Ella L. Johnson, Lillie Smith, Iris Douglas. Second row: Selene Smaw, Jan Clark, Ellen Underhill, Ann Rittenhouse, Pamela Wright, Hattie Trower, Michael Townsend, Lewis Church, Benjamin Kellam. Third row: Ammonia Smith, Sylvia Weeks, Glendia Harmon, DeOtis Bragg, Jack Holland. Fourth row: Deborah Beckel, Joanne Shackelford, Jimmy Engle, Chester Be¬ lote, Fred Lloyd. 87 BETA CLUB. First row, left to right: Deborah Beckel, Ann Acworth, Mrs. Elizabeth Newton, sponsor, Linda Doughty, Barbara Jones, Patricia Ames. Second row: Gregory Routzong, Richard Bralley, Jack Holland. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. Seat¬ ed, left to right: Glendia Harmon, Senora Gillis, Dorothy Ames, Ella L. Johnson, Mary Monica Nicholls, Mary Beth Briggs. Standing: Reva Press, Gloria Bar¬ rett, DeOtis Bragg, Vanessa Jones, Joette Trower, Howard Scott, Sallie Womble, John Goble, Karen Jarvis, Kenneth Chandler, Jannette Kelly, Hattie Trower, Eleanor Sturgis, Patricia Ames. 88 COLLEGE BOUND. Left to right: Shir¬ ley Burton, Elizabeth Savage, Debbie Jester, Betty Hopkins, Rosanna James, Kathy Widgen, Mary Monica Nicolls, Annette Mayhew, David Brown, James Engle, Denise Nottingham, Michael Townsend, Greg Beckel, Sharon Richard¬ son, Lewis Church, Debra Townsend. TRI-H1-Y. 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Basketball 9; Baseball 9, 10 AMES, PATRICIA BERTHA: Beta Club 11, 12, Secretary 11, Treasurer 12; Pep Club 9; D.E.C.A. 10, 11, 12; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 8; Girls’ Glee Club 8; Girls’ Drill Team 12 AMES, SHARON GWENDELLA ARNOLD, DAVID JOSEPH: Foot¬ ball 8, 9, 10; Baseball 10; J.V. Track 8, 9; Rocket Club 8; Pep Club 9, 10; Choral 8; S.C.A. 9, 10; Math-Science Club 12; Class Officer 8, Secretary 8; President’s Physical Fitness Award 10 BADGER, GEORGE HENRY: J.V. Football 8, 9, M.V.P. 9, Captain; Varsity Football 10, 11, M.V.P., Cap¬ tain 12; J.V. Basketball 8, 9, 10, Cap¬ tain 10; Track 10, 11, 12; J.V. Track 8, 9, Captain 9; Boating Club 9, 10, Treasurer 10; Rocket Club 8, 9; Pep Club 10; President’s Physical Fitness Award 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 BADGER, PHILIP MICHAEL: Rocket Club 8, 9, 10, 11; Pep Club 9; D.E.C.A. 10, 11, President 11; F.F.A. 9; Annual Staff 9, 10 BAILEY, GENEVA: Pep Club 12; Jr. Tri-Hi—Y 9; F.B.L.A. 12 BANNISTER, ELIZABETH JUANITA: Political Science 12; Lit¬ erary Club 8; Choral 9, 10; F.T.A. 9; FBLA 12; FHA 8, 11; Safety Patrol Club 8, 9; Class Officer 8, Assistant Secretary. BECKEL, GREGORY FAULK¬ NER: Football 8, 9, 11, 12; J.V. Bas¬ ketball 8; Track 10, 11, 12; J.V. Track 9; Debate Club 9, 12; Chess Club 9, 10, 12; Pep Club 8, 11; Cho¬ ral 8; Automotive 12; Varsity 11, 12; French Club 12; College Bound 12; Math-Science Club 11, 12 BELL, LOUIS PETER: J.V. Basket¬ ball 10; Pep Club 12; S.C.A. 10; Class Treasurer 8 BELOTE, CHESTER FRANCIS: Debate Club 12, President 12; Chess Club 8, 9, 10, 12; Choral 8; Camera 8; French Club 12 BELOTE, DAVID ALLEN: Politi¬ cal Science Club 12 BONES, SANDRA SUE: Debate Club 10, 11; Literary Club 11; Cho¬ ral 8, 9; Varsity 12; Softball 9, 10, 11, 12; Camera 8; French Club 12 BOSS, ALLEN BLACK: Tennis 10; Debate Club 9, 12, Vice President 12; Chess Club 9; Rocket Club 8; Pep Club 8, 10; Choral 8; Camera 9; Math-Science Club 11 BRADFORD, CARL DOUGLASS BRADFORD, MARTIN PAIGE BREWER, KAREN MICHELE: Literary 11; Pep Club 12; Choral 9; Varsity 12, Treasurer 12; Cheerlead¬ er 11, 12, Captain; J.V. Cheerleader 9, 10; S.C.A. 9; Girls’ Glee Club 9; English Club 9, 10, Business Manag¬ er 9, 10; Class Treasurer 9, 10 BRICKHOUSE, JAMES BENJA¬ MIN: Sergeant at Arms 8 BRIDGES, PATRICIA ANN: Transferred 12; French Club 12, President BRISCO, REGINALD: Debate Club 11, 12; Pep Club 12; Males’ Glee Club 10; Safety Patrol 10 BROWN, DAVID EVANS: Foot¬ ball 8, 9; Tennis 8, 9; Debate Club 12; Chess Club 8, 9, 10, 12; Pep Club 9, 10; Young Republican Club 11; French Club 12; College Club 12; Math-Science Club 12 BROWN, DELANE LEE: Softball 11; French Club 10, 11, 12; English Club 9, 10, Vice-President 10 BROWN, ROGER LEE: Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12, Captain 10; J.V. Basket¬ ball 8, Captain 8; Baseball 8, 9, 11, 12; Safety Patrol 8, 9; President’s Physical Fitness Award 11 BURGESS, SAMUEL PERCELL: Band 10, 11, 12 BURROWS, MATILDA BEA¬ TRICE: Political Science Club 12, Secretary 12; F.B.L.A. 12, Reporter 12; Dramatic Club 11; F.H.A. 10; English Club 10, President 10; Class Chaplain 10 BURTON, FRIZZELL BURTON, SHIRLEY MARIE: Lit¬ erary 10; Pep Club 12; French Club 10, 12; College Bound Club 12; Eng¬ lish Club 10 CAMPBELL, DONNY GENE CAMPBELL, NAOMI: Political Science Club 8; Pep Club 12; D.E.C.A. 12; F.B.L.A. 12 CANTRELL, CATHERINE ELAINE: Girls’ Glee Club 8, 10 CARPENTER, DAN BRUCE: Boating Club 11; Rocket Club 9, 10; Choral 8; Automotive 11; F.F.A. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Sec. 12 CHANDLER, KAREN JANE: Bas¬ ketball 10, 11, Co-Captain 10, 11; Pep Club 9, 10; Varsity 10; Softball 9, 10; Annual Staff 9; F.H.A. 10: Girls’ Glee Club 8; President’s Physi¬ cal Fitness Award 9, 10 CHARNOCK, MYRIAM KAYE: 112 Political Science 12; Pep Club 9; Choral 8; D.E.C.A. 10; F.T.A. 9; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 8; F.B.L.A. 12 CHRISTIAN, LARRY LEWIS: Pep Club 12; S.C.A. 8, 9; Math-Science Club 12; Class Vice-President 8; Class Secretary 9 CHURCH, Lewis Jr.: Cross Country 12; Track 11, 12; Chess Club 11, 12; Pep Club 12; Varsity 12; Annual Staff 12; S.C.A. 9, 12; French Club 10, 12; College Bound Club 12; Math-Science 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 CHURCH, PATRICIA ANN: Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Choral 8, 9, 10, 11; French Club 12; Girls’ Glee Club 8, 9, 10 COLONNA, DOROTHY LYN: Pep Club 9; Choral Club 8; F.T.A. 10; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 8; F.B.L.A. 12; French Club 12; Girl’s Glee Club 8; Presi¬ dent’s Physical Fitness Award 10 COLONNA, GEORGE HENRY III.: Football 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Co- Captain 9, Tri-Captain 12; Baseball 9, 10; J.V. Track 8; Rocket Club 8; Pep Club 9, 10; F.F.A. 9, 10, 11, 12, Secretary 11, Vice-President 12; Var¬ sity Club 11, 12 COTTRELL, ROBERT CRAMER, ROGER CONKLEN: Football 9; Basketball 8; Boating Club 9, 10; Chess Club 9, 10; Rocket Club 9, 10; Automotive Club 9, 10 CYPRESS, FREDDIE: Cross Coun¬ try 12; Basketball 12; J.V. Basketball 10; F.F.A. 10 DIXON, STARLENE: Rocket Club 10; Choral Club 10; Safety Patrol 9 DIZE, KEMMIE MASON JR.: J.V. Track 8; F.F.A. 9, 10, 12, Treasurer 10; Camera Club 8, 9, Vice-President 9; Annual Staff 10 DOUGHTY, LINDA KAY: Beta Club 10, 11, 12, Vice-President 12; Pep Club 9, 10, 11; Choral 8; Tri-Hi- Y 10, 11, 12; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 9; Annual Staff 10; S.C.A. 8 DOWNING, SIDNEY FRANK¬ LIN: Political Science Club 12, Re¬ porter 12; Choral Club 8; D.E.C.A. 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12 ENGLE, JAMES RUFUS: Cross Country 9, 10; Track 10, 11; J.V. Track 8, 9, Co-Captain 9; Debate Club 12; Band 8, 9, 10; Boating Club 9, 10; Chess Club 8, 9, 10, 12; Rocket Club 8, 9, 10; Pep Club 8, 9, 10; Cho¬ ral Club 8; Varsity Club 12; Young Republicans Club 11; Camera Club 8, 9, 10; S.C.A. 12; College Bound Club 12; Math-Science Club 11, 12 EVANS, RICHARD LEE: Band 8, 9, 10; Automotive Club 12; F.F.A. 9, 10 , 11 , 12 FARLOW, JOHN EDWARD: Chess Club 8, 9; Rocket Club 8, 9; D.E.C.A. 9, 10, 11; F.F.A. 9 FINNEY, BERNARD JAMES: Football 11; Varsity Club 11; S.C.A. 9 FISHER, BARBARA INDIA: F.H.A. 10, 11; Class Secretary 10 FITCHETT, JOANN: Band 10; Pep Club 9; Choral Club 9; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 9; Softball 9, 10; Camera Club 8; S.C.A. 11; Girl’s Glee Club 8 FLOYD, WILLIAM SINCLAIR: Rocket Club 8; F.F.A. 9, 10, 11, 12 GASKINS, ALLEN CALLENTON GASKINS, EDWARD AU¬ GUSTUS: F.F.A. 10 GIDDENS, SYLVESTER WOODROW GLADDEN, GARY WAYNE: Football 8, 9; Rocket Club 8, 9; Pep Club 8, 9; Baseball 10 GOODWIN, WALTER LEE GRAY, THEOPA IANTHA: F.B.L.A. 12: Class Secretary 8; Class Treasurer 9 GREEN, JOHN DENNIS JR.: Football 10, 11, 12; Baseball 8, 9, 10, 12; Track 12; Choral 8, 9, 10, 11; Varsity Club 12; Male’s Glee Club 8, 9, 10 GRIFFIN, JESSIE MAE: Art Club 10, 11, 12; F.H.A. 9, 10, 11, 12 HAMILTON, ALLEN BRENT: Po¬ litical Science Club 12; Band 8, 9, 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 9, 10; F.B.L.A. 12; Math-Science Club 12 HARMON, TERRY: Class Treasur¬ er 10 HARMONSON, CLARENCE LEE: Safety Patrol Club 8, 9, 10; Class Ser- geant-at-Arms 9; Class Vice-Presi¬ dent 10 HENDERSON, SHIRLEAN: F.B.L.A. 12; Dramatic Club 10, 11; Future Homemakers of America 9; English Club 9, 10 HICKMAN, CORA REGINA: Choral 10; Future Homemakers of America 10, Assistant Secretary 10; Class President 10; Class Secretary 10 HICKMAN, DEBRA SMITH: Pep Club 9; Choral 8; Junior Tri-Hi-Y 10 HOLLIS, TERESA: F.B.L.A. 12; Safety Patrol Club 10; Secretary 10; Class Vice-President 8; Class Trea¬ surer 9 HOPKINS, BETTY MAPP: Pep Club 9, 10; Choral Club 8; Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12; Future Homemakers of America 11; French Club 12; Col¬ lege Bound Club 12 HOUSE, LINWOOD LEE: Track 11; French Club 10, 11, 12; Math- Science Club 10 HUTTON, THOMAS LANE JAMES, RICHARD FLOYD: Foot¬ ball 8, 9; J.V. Track 8, 9; Tennis 10; Debate Club 8, 9, 10, 11, 12; Boating Club 10; Chess Club 8, 9, 10, 11, 12; Rocket Club 9, 10; Pep Club 8, 9, 10 JAMES, ROSANNA GUNTER: Pep Club 9, 10; Choral 8; Tri-Hi-Y 9; J.V. Cheerleader 8, 9; French Club 12 JESTER, DEBORAH ROSE: Cho¬ ral 8; Tri-Hi-Y 10, 12; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 8, 9; College Bound Club 12 JOHNSON, ELLA LOUISE: Band 9, 10, Secretary 10; Choral Club 8, 9, 10; Varsity Club 12, Secretary 12; Cheerleader 11, 12; S.C.A. 11, 12, Treasurer 12; F.B.L.A. 12, President, National Honor Society 12; French Club 10, Assistant Secretary 10; Girl’s Glee Club 10; English Club 10; Class President 10; Class Secre¬ tary 12 JOHNSON, JOSEPH RAY JOHNSON, ROSS SYLVESTER JONES, BARBARA LEE: Beta 113 Club 10, 11, 12, Chaplain 12; Pep Club 12; F.B.L.A. 12 JONES, BERNARD WAYNE: Pep Club 12; Choral 9; D.E.C.A. 11, 12; F.F.A. 9, 10; F.B.L.A. 12; Baseball 12 JONES, JEZRIEL: Football 8; J.V. Football 8, 10 JONES, MONA DENISE: Basket¬ ball 11, 12, Captain 12; Pep Club 12; Softball 11 JOYNES, LARRY DARNELL KELLAM, JAMES RICHARD: Football Manager 10, 11, 12; J.V. Basketball Manager 10; Baseball Manager 10, 11; J.V. Track 9; Pep Club 8, 9; D.E.C.A. 8; F.F.A. 9, 10, 11; Reporter 10, 11; Varsity Club 12 KELLAM, MARTHA KATHRYN: Pep Club 9, 10, 12; Choral Club 8; Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12; Vice-President 12; Varsity Club 11, 12; Cheerleader 10, 11, 12; Softball 9, 10; S.C.A. 9, 10, 12; F.H.A. 10; Delegate M.G.A. 1971; Senator M.G.A. 1972 KELLAM, WILLIAM MAT¬ THEWS: Football 8; Basketball 11; J.V. Basketball 9, 10; Baseball 10, 11; Golf 9, 11; Chess Club 9, 10; Pep Club 8, 9, 10; Varsity Club 10, 11; S.C.A. 8 LATIMER, HALLETT LEE: Foot¬ ball 8, 9; J.V. Track 8, 9, 10; Band 8, 9, 10; Boating Club 9, 10; Chess Club 8, 9, 10; Rocket Club 8, 9, 10; Pep Club 9; Automotive Club 9, 10, 12; Camera Club 8, 9, 10; Math- Science Club 12 LAWSON, ROBERT LEE: Auto¬ motive 12; F.F.A. 10 LEWIS, CLIFTON ELWOOD: Po¬ litical Science Club 12; Band 8, 9, 10, 11, 12; D.E.C.A. 10, 11, 12; Camera Club 8, 9, 10; Choral Club 8 LLOYD, HARRY FRED: Football 8, 9, 10, 11, 12; J.V. Track 8, 9; Var¬ sity Track 10, 11, 12; Chess Club 8, 9, 10, 12; Rocket Club 8; Pep Club 9, 10; Varsity Club 12; S.C.A. 12 LYONS, NORMAN WILSON: Cross Country 12; Football 9; Bas¬ ketball 10, 11, 12; J.V. Basketball 9; Baseball 10; Choral Club 8, 9, 10; F.F.A. 9, 10; Varsity Club 11, 12; Males’ Glee Club 8, 9, 10 MAPP, AMELIA SARAH; Pep Club 12 MAPP, JERLINE: Basketball 11, 12, Captain 12; F.T.A. 10; Softbail 11; F.B.L.A. 10, 12; Girl’s Drill Team 12; Safety Patrol 10 MAPP, SYLVIA DIANNE: Debate Club 9; Pep Club 9; Choral Club 8; F.T.A. 11, 12; Tri-Hi-Y 10; Jr. Tri- Hi—Y 8, 9; Annual Staff 10; S.C.A. 11, 12, President 12; F.B.L.A. 12; College Bound 12; President’s Physi¬ cal Fitness Award 10; Class Presi¬ dent 11 MARSHALL, SANDRA JEAN: Annual Staff 12; F.B.L.A. 12; French Club 12; Girl’s Drill Team 12 MATTHEWS, RICKY LEE: Boat¬ ing Club 11; Chess Club 8; Rocket Club 11; Teenage Republicans Club 12 MAYHEW, ANNETTE CHRIS¬ TINE: Pep Club 9, 10; Choral Club 8; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 8, 9, Secretary 9; Tri- Hi-Y 10, 11, 12, Treasurer 12; Cam¬ era Club 8; F.H.A. 11; French Club 12; College Bound Club 12 McCREADY, GRANVILLE BRENT: Political Science Club 12, Treasurer 12; Rocket Club 10; Cho¬ ral Club 8; F.F.A. 9; F.B.L.A. 12 MEARS, MARGARET ANN: Cho¬ ral Club 8, 9 MITCHELL, MICHAEL THOM¬ AS: Choral 8; F.F.A. 9, 10 MORRIS, DORIS ELIZABETH: Girls’ Drill Team 12; F.H.A. 9, 10, 11 MORRIS, MYRA GAIL: Choral 10; Softball 11; S.C.A. 11; F.B.L.A. 12; Dramatic 11; French 12; English Club 9, 10; Class Secretary 8 NICOLLS, MARY MONICA: Pep Club 8, 9, 10, 11; Choral 8; Jr. Tri- Hi-Y 8, 9; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 11; J.V. Cheerleader 8, 9; National Honor Society 12; F.H.A. 11; College Bound 12; Class Treasurer 9 NOTTINGHAM, DENISE LA- VERNE: F.H.A. 10, 11, 12; College Bound 12; Girls’ Drill Team 12 NOTTINGHAM, GLADYS MARIE: Pep Club 12; F.H.A. 10, 11 , 12 NOTTINGHAM, SPENCER WRIGHT: J.V. Football 8, 9; Bas¬ ketball 12; J.V. Basketball 9, 10; Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12; J.V. Track 9; Band 9; Rocket Club 8, 9; Pep Club 10; Varsity Club 10, 11, 12; Class Treasurer 8; Class President 10; Class Vice-President 11 OLEXA, REBECCA CHARLENE: Debate 12, Secretary-Treasurer 12; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 12; Annual Staff 12; Dramatic Club 11; French Club 12; Class President 12 PEED, MARY VIRGINIA: F.B.L.A. 12, Secretary 12; Dramatic Club 11; F.H.A. 10; English Club 9, 10; Class Secretary 11 PITT, ARLINE: Dramatic Club 9; F.H.A. 10; Math-Science Club 8; S.C.A. 10; Class Assistant Secretary 8; Class Secretary 9, 10 POWELL, JEROME CARTER: Band 8; Safety Patrol Club 8, 9, 10, 11 REID, DOROTHY MAE: F.B.L.A. 10, 11, 12; Dramatic Club 9, 10; So¬ cial Studies Club 9, 10, 11, Assistant Secretary 9, 11, Secretary 10; Class Secretary 9; Class President 10 RICHARDSON, SHARON CAR- OLL: Choral 8 RIGGIN, JOHN CALVIN: J.V. Football 8, 9; Track 10, 12; J.V. Track 8, 9; Pep Club 8, 9, 10; Auto¬ motive Club 12; Young Republican 12; Math-Science 11, 12 RIVERA, BEATRICE VIRGINIA: Pep Club 12; D.E.C.A. 11; Cheer¬ leader 10; S.C.A. 8, 9, 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 12; F.H.A. 10, 11, 12; So¬ cial Studies Club 9; Girls’ Drill Team 12; Class President 10 ROUTZONG, JAMES GREGORY: Cross Country 10; Football 8, 9, 11; J.V. Track 9; Beta 11, 12, President 12; Pep Club 10; S.C.A. 8, 9; Class President 8: Class Vice-President 9; Class Sec retary 10 RUFFIN, ANTHONY LEE: Cross Country 8; J.V. Football 9; J.V. Track 8, 9; Young Republican 11 RUFFIN, BETTY JUANITA RUFFIN, EARNESTINE LUGENA 114 SATCHELL, THOMAS WAYNE SATCHELL, WALLACE LEE: S.C.A. 8; Math-Science Club 8 SAVAGE, ELIZABETH MASSEY: Pep Club 9; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 8, 9, Chap¬ lain 9; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12; J.V. Cheerleader 9; S.C.A. 11 SAVAGE, LARRY HOWARD: J.V. Basketball 10; Baseball 10 SAVAGE, RAYMOND COLLINS SCOTT, HOWARD HUDSON: Po¬ litical Science Club 12; Pep Club 9, 10; Choral 8; F.T.A. 11; Camera Club 8; Annual Staff 9, 10, 11, 12, Business Manager 12; F.B.L.A. 12, Vice-President 12 SHACKELFORD, JOANNE: Band 8, 9, 10, 11; Pep Club 9, 10; Choral 8; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 8, 9; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12, Vice-President 11, President 12; Varsity Club 11; Softball 9, 10; An¬ nual Staff 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 ; S.C.A. 12; French Club 12; Delegate Girls’ State 1971: Delegate M.G.A. 1972 SIMMONS, ALVIN LEONARD: Football 9; Debate 12; Pep Club 10 SISCO, HENRY ANTHONY: Base¬ ball 12; Track 10, 11, 12 SMALL, PAULA ELIZABETH: Political Science Club 12; Pep Club 10, 12; Choral 8; D.E.C.A. 10; Soft- ball 10; Young Republican 11; Cam¬ era Club 8 SMAW, BENJAMIN SMAW, CAROL YVONNE: F.H.A. 11, 12 SMAW, KEVIN DOUGLAS: Cross Country 8, 9; Football 9, 10; J.V. Basketball 8, 9, 10; Track 9; J.V. Track 8; Pep Club 9, 10, 11, 12; Cho¬ ral 10, 11, 12 SPADY, JOSEPH EDWARD: Cho¬ ral 10, Vice President 10; F.F.A. 10, Vice-President 10; President’s Physi¬ cal Fitness Award 10 SPADY, MICHAEL RANDOLPH: Cross Country 8, 9, 10, 12; Baseball 8, 12; Track 10, 11, 12; J.V. Track 8, 9; Pep Club 8; Varsity Club 8, 11, 12 SPARROW, PAMELA: Pep Club 8, 9, 10, 12; Choral 8; Jr. Tn-Hi-Y 8, 9; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12; Young Re¬ publican 11; President’s Physical Fit¬ ness Award 9, 10 STARCHIA, EMMA LUCILLE STRATTON, HELENA FRAN¬ CES: Dramatic Club 11; F.H.A. 10; English Club 9, 10 STRICKLAND, JOSEPH LEE TANKARD, CYNTHIA REAVES: Pep Club 8, 9; Choral 8; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 8, 9; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 12; Varsity Club 12; Softball 9, 10; F.H.A. 10, 11; President’s Physical Fitness Award 9, 10 TAYLOR, THOMAS LEE TITTERMARY, GLEN SCOTT: Cross Country 9, 10; Track 9, 10; J.V. Track 8; Debate Club 9, 10; Pep Club 9, 10; Choral 8; Annual Staff 11, 12; Class Treasurer 12 TOWNSEND, DEBRA JEANE: Pep Club 12; F.T.A. 10; S.C.A. 11; F.B.L.A. 12; F.H.A. 12, Vice-Presi¬ dent 12; French Club 10, 11, 12; Col¬ lege Bound Club 12; English Club 8, 9, 10; Class Treasurer 10 TOWNSEND, MICHAEL LEON¬ ARD: Pep Club 12; Choral 8, 9, 10; F.T.A. 11; S.C.A. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Chaplain 12; College Bound Club 12; Class Secretary 9; Class Chaplain 10 TOWNSEND, WINSTON JO¬ SEPH: Political Science Club 8; Li¬ brary Reader’s 8, 9, 10; Choral 8, 9, 10; F.T.A. 10, 11, 12; S.C.A. 8, 9, 10; F.B.L.A. 9, 10; French Club 11; Col¬ lege Bound.Club 10, 11, 12; Class Chaplain 8, 10 TROWER, JOETTE FAYE: Annual Staff 12; S.C.A. 10, 12, Reporter 12; Dramatic Club 10, Secretary 10; Na¬ tional Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; French Club 10; Math-Science Club 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Secretary 10, Presi¬ dent 12; English Club 9, President 9; Class President 8, Class Vice-Presi¬ dent 9 TURNER, JANE CURRIE: Pep Club 9, 10, 11, 12; Choral 8; Jr. Tri- Hi-Y 8, 9, President 9; Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12, Chaplain 11, Secretary 12; Varsity Club 11, 12; Cheerleader 10, 11, 12, Secretary 11; J.V. Cheerleader 8, 9; Softball 10; S.C.A. 10; Class Vice-President 9, Class Vice-Presi¬ dent 10, Class Secretary 10; Clerk M.G.A. 1972 UPSHUR, BETTY MAE: Pep Club 12; Choral 10, 11; F.T.A. 10; F.B.L.A. 12; Dramatic Club 10; Eng¬ lish 8, 9, 10 WALKER, CHERYL ANN: Tennis Club 12; Chess Club 12; Pep Club 8; Choral 8; Annual Staff 9 WALKER, JEFFERY ANTONIE: Baseball 12; F.F.A. 12 WARD, MICHAEL BLAIR: Foot¬ ball 8, 9, 10, 11, 12; J.V. Basketball 8; Baseball 10, 11, 12; Track 9, 10; J.V. Track 8; Chess Club 8, 9, 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Choral 8; Auto¬ motive Club 12; F.F.A. 9; Varsity Club 10, 11, 12 WARREN, MACON TERESA: Basketball 12; Band 9, Pep Club 12; Choral 9, 10; F.T.A. 10; Cheerleader 11; J.V. Cheerleader 10; Annual Staff 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Dramatic Club 10; French Club 10; Math-Science Club 8, 9, 10; English Club 8, 9, 10; Girls’ Drill Team 9 WEBB, RICHARD NEIL: Rocket Club 8, 9; D.E.C.A. 10, 11; F.F.A. 9 WEEKS, AUDREY LYNETTE: F.B.L.A. 12; Dramatic Club 9; Class Secretary 8, Class Treasurer 10 WEEKS, ELBERT McKINDLEY: F.T.A. 9, 10, 11 WHITE, EVELYN DEVONE: Pep Club 12; Cheerleader 10; F.B.L.A. 12; F.H.A. 11; Class President 10 WIDGEN, KATHY TURNER: Pep Club 9, 10; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 8, 9; Sr. Tri- Hi-Y 10, 11, 12, Treasurer 10; J.V. Cheerleader 9; S.C.A. 11; College Bound 12 WILLIAMS, SIMEON HARVEY WILSON, ALICE HOLLAND: Pep Club 9, 10; Choral Club 9; Softball 9; Camera Club 8; Band 8, 9, 10, 11 WILSON, GORDON RUPERT WINDLEY, MARTHA LEONORA WYNDER, MARTIN GILMORE: Pep Club 8, 9, 10; Choral Club 8, 9 115 Index Acworth, Sara A. — 38, 88 Acworth, William R. — 38 Addison, Burleigh — 45 Alexander, Nancy L. — 24 Alexander, Ruby M. — 45 Allen, Alvin C. — 24, 72, 82 Allen, Gary M. — 38 Allen, Jack — 61 Allen, James M.D. — 54 Allen, Larry C. — 24, 65 Allen, Paula P. — 45 Allen, Tyrone, V. — 24, 83, 90 Ames, Allen M. — 38 Ames, Bernice A. — 45 Ames, Brenda E. — 18, 24 Ames, Deborah J. — 38, 83, 87, 91 Ames, Debra — 84, 85 Ames, Diane E. — 38, 65, 84 Ames, Dorothy L. — 24, 65, 85, 87, 88, 91 Ames, Ida L. — 45 Ames, Jacqueline — 45 Ames, Maxzine D. — 42, 45, 76, 91 Ames, Paige T. — 24 Ames, Patricia B. — 24, 85, 88 Ames, Sharon G. — 24 Ame s, Shirann C. — 34, 38, 65, 83, 87 Anderson, Karen E. — 45 ANNUAL STAFF — 91 Arnold, David J. — 24, 82 Badger, George H. — 24, 69 Badger, John T. — 61 Bailey, Geneva — 24, 84 Bailey, James R. — 45 Bailey, Mae A. — 45, 84 Bailey, Marva G. — 38, 76, 83, 84 Bailey, Rebecca L. — 38, 84 Bailey, Steve W. — 38 Bailey, Willie — 45 Baines, Clarence — 45, 74 Baines, Mattie A. — 45 Ballard, Roy O. — 45, 90 BAND — 90 Banks, Luther D. — 38, 68 Bannister, Elizabeth J. — 24, 83, 84, 87 Bannister, Eugene H. — 45 Bannister, Evelyn — 38, 86 Barclay, Mark A. — 45 Barcliff, Evelyn D. — 57 Barnes, Dottie L. — 45 Barrett, Anita — 45 Barrett, Gloria F. — 38, 84, 88, 89 Bayly, Vivian — 54 Beckel, Deborah — 38, 85, 87, 88, 91 Beckel, Gregory F. — 24, 68, 82, 85, 86, 89, 90 Beckett, Carolyn A. — 38, 83, 84, 86 Beckett, Stanford M. — 38, 90 Bell, Annie — 64 Bell, Charles E. — 59 Bell, Evelyn D. — 34, 38, 83, 85 Bell, Louis P. — 25 Bell, Richard — 38, 86 Bell, Wynola V. — 38, 85 Belote, Charles A. — 38, 68 Belote, Chester F. — 25, 85, 86, 87, 90 Belote, David A. — 25, 87 Belote, Dennis J. — 45, 90 Belote, Lewis R. — 45, 68, 69, 90 Belote, Mary K. — 38, 82 Benton, Lester L. — 45 Best, Joyce J. — 60 BETA CLUB — 88 Birch, Diane L. - - 38 Bones, Sandra S. — 25, 82, 85 Bones, Steven G. - - 45, 90 Boney, Andy D. — 45 Booker, Carl T. — 15, 68 Boss, Allen B. — 2i 86 Bowen, Brenda G. - 38, 85 Bowen, Keith O. — .8, 68, 72, 82 Bradford, Carl D. — ’5 Bradford, Martin P. - 25 Bradford, William L. — 45 Brady, Ellen M. — 38, 65, 86 Brady, Sandra A. — 45 Bragg, DeOtis J. — 38, 82, 83, 87, 88, 91 Bralley, Richard B. — 38, 85, 88, 90, 91 Brannock, Tyrus A. — 45, 90 Brewer, Elouise V. — 45 Brewer, Karen M. — 25, 79, 82, 83 Brickhouse, Audrey C. — 55 Brickhouse, Clarence A. — 45 Brickhouse, Dinnah — 84 Brickhouse, James B. — 25 Bridges, Patricia A. — 25, 85 Briggs, Mary B. -— 38, 65, 88 Brisco, Reginald — 25, 83, 86 Brisco, William R. — 45 Brooks, Charles E. — 45 Brooks, Harriett — 38 Brown, David E. — 25, 82, 85, 86, 89, 90 Brown, Delane K. — 25, 85 Brown, Michael T. — 45, 68 Brown, Nola M. — 38 Brown, Onedia B. — 45 Brown, Rogers L. — 25, 72, 82 Bull, R. Keith — 59 Bull, Sharon S. — 57, 86 Bundick, Patti P. — 38, 83 Burgess, Samuel P. — 25, 90 Burgess, Steve P. — 38 Burroughs, Denise F. — 45, 83 Burrows, Matilda B. — 26, 65, 84, 87 Burton, Carrie — 83 Burton, Clarence I. — 38 Burton, Frizzell — 26 Burton, James E. — 45 Burton, Shirley M. — 26, 65, 83, 85, 89 Camden, Ellen P. — 62 Campbell, Donny G. — 26 Campbell, John A. — 38, 85 Campbell, Naomi — 83, 84, 85 Campbell, Terrence C. — 38, 82 Cantrell, Catherine E. — 26 Carpenter, Dan B. — 26, 83 Chandler, Karen J. — 26 Chandler, Kenneth A. — 39, 82, 85, 88 Chandler, Milton R. — 46, 68, 83 Charnock, Myriam K. — 26 CHESS CLUB — 90 Chesser, Charles B. — 46 Christian, Larry L. — 26, 82, 83 Christian, Madge S. — 60 Christian, Wayne A. — 39 Church, Charlotte A. — 46 Church, Eric A. — 46 Church, George E. — 46 Church, Lewis — 74, 82, 83, 85, 87, 89, 90 Church, Patricia A. — 26, 85, 90 Church, Reginia — 46 Clark, Mary J. — 46, 83, 87, 89 116 Coburn, Douglas — 58 Coles, Gwendolyn D. — 46 COLLEGE BOUND CLUB — 89 Collins, Anthony — 46 Collins, Darrell B. — 46 Collins, George D. — 46 Collins, James C. — 59, 82 Collins, L’tanya D. — 46 Collins, Mary B. — 56 Colonna, Dorothy L. — 26, 84, 85 Colonna, George H. — 26, 68, 69, 83 Cook, Samuel S. — 54 Costin, Richard A. — 82 Cottrell, Frances M. — 46 Cottrell, Robert — 26 Cramer, Roger C. — 26 Custis, James J. — 39, 68, 90 Custis, James T. — 46, 83, 90 Cypress, Freddie — 26, 74 Cypress, Samuel D. — 46 Dabbs, Michael S. — 46 Daneker, Vincent E. — 46 Daughtrey, Mary G. — 46 Davis, Danny G. — 39, 90 Davis Onnie M. — 39, 85 DEBATE CLUB — 86 Dent, Joseph A. — 61, 68, 72 Dent, Vivian S. — 58 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION — 85 Dixon, Evora C. — 46 Dixon, Starlene — 27 Dize, Kemmie M. — 27, 83 Donovan, Suzanne — 46 Doughty, Angela D. — 46 Doughty, Linda K. — 27, 65, 89 Douglas, Glendora V. — 46, 76 Douglas, Iris P. — 39, 87 Downes, Thelma M. — 39 Downing, James L. — 46 Downing, Marty J. — 46 Downing, Sidney F. — 27, 84, 85, 87 Dunton, Anthony D. — 46 Dunton, Lois A. — 46, 83 Dunton, Margaret S. — 39, 65 Elliott, Debbie J. — 39 Elliott, James B. — 39, 82 Elliott, Mary — 54 Ellis, Arnold W. Ill — 57 Engle, James R. — 82, 86, 87, 90 Etheridge, Kathleen I. — 46, 83 Etz, Frederick P. — 39, 83 Evans, David W. — 46 Evans, Mike — 55, 83 Evans, Richard L. — 27, 83 Fauntleroy, Val D. — 46 Finney, Bernard J. — 27 Finney, Deborah A. — 46 Fisher, Barbara I. — 27 Fisher, Betty L. — 46 Fisher, Eugene — 39 Fisher, John W. — 39, 72 Fisher, Lucy E. — 46 Fisher, Lucy M. — 46 Fisher, Mable M. — 47 Fitchett, Conesha — 47 Fitchett, Joann — 27, 72 Fitchett, Phyllis D. — 47 Fitchett, Richard W. — 39 Floyd, Mary L. — 47, 89, 91 Floyd, William S. — 27, 84 Franklin, Jeffery K. FRENCH CLUB — 85 FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA — 85 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERI CA — 83, 84 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA — 84 Gardner, Robin J. — 39 Gaskins, Allen C. — 27 Gaskins, Edward A. — 27 Giddens, Annie S. — 47 Giddens, Carolyn D. — 47 Giddens, Mable L. — 39 Giddens, Preston R. — 39 Giddens, Ronnie V. — 47 Giddens, Sylvester W. — 27 Gillis, Senora D. — 39, 83, 85, 87, 88 Goble, John E. — 39, 82, 86, 88 Graves, Gloria M. — 39 Gray, Llewellyn M. — 47 Gray, Theopa I. — 27 Green, John D. — 27, 69 Griffin, Albert J. — 47 Guillen, Ralph E. — 56 Hamilton, Allen B. — 27, 82, 84, 87, 90 Hamilton, Martha J. — 63 Hamilton, Patty A. — 47, 83, 89 Harmon, Glendia L. — 39, 82, 85, 87, 88 Harmon, Michele — 47, 82 Harmon, Steve L. — 39 Harmon, Terry — 28 Harmonson, Clarence L. — 28, 83 Harmonson, Diana — 47, 84, 85 Heaster, Bryon P. — 39, 68, 72 Heath, Charles — 64 Helm, Margaret K. — 60, 84, 91 Henderson, Shirlean — 28, 84 Hickman, Cora R. — 28 Hickman, Debra S. — 28 Hickman, Marvin C. — 39, 85 Hicks, Wayne — 85 Hill, Barbara A. — 47, 87 Hill, Vernon C. — 34, 39, 68, 82 Hill, Wilbur E. — 47 Hinman, Douglas F. — 39, 85, 86 Holland, John M. — 39, 82, 85, 87, 88, 91 Holland, Joyce F. — 57, 91 Holland, Virginia G. — 47, 83, 89 Hollis, Iola T. — 47 Hollis, Teresa — 28, 84 Holmes, Clara A. — 39 Holt, Linda — 39 Hopkins, Betty M. — 28, 85, 89 House, Linwood — 85 Hudson, Susan B. — 47 Hughes, Unez M. — 47, 76 Hussen, Andra L. — 47 Hutton, Thomas L. — 28 Hyslop, Claudette L. — 39, 85, 91 Isdell, Karen L. — 47 Ivey, Hughland E. — 47, 85 Jackson, Irvin O. — 39 James, Claudous J. — 47 James, Dale E. — 47 James, Dina V. — 47, 65, 83, 90 James, Frank C. — 39 James, Margaret L. — 47 James, Percy — 72 James, Richard F. — 28, 86 James, Rosanna G. — 28, 85, 89 Jarvis, Hamilton — 47 Jarvis, Karen L. — 47, 82, 86, 88 Jarvis, Keith D. — 39, 82, 83 Jester, Debra R. — 89 Johnson, Darrel — 90 Johnson, Ella L. — 18, 28, 65, 79, 82, 83, 84, 87, 88 Johnson, Eulelia A. — 39, 83 Johnson, James N. — 47 Johnson, Ross S. — 28 Johnson, Shirley — 55 Jones, Anthony B. — 39 Jones, Barbara L. — 28, 65, 83, 84, 88, 89 117 Jones, Bernard W. — 28, 83, 84, 85 Jones, Carolyn W. — 61, 85 Jones, Florence T. — 47 Jones, Gail L. — 47 Jones, Jezriel — 28 Jones, Krystal D. — 40, 83, 87 Jones, Mona D. — 29, 83 Jones, Robert J. — 47, 68, 85 Jones, Selma L. — 47 Jones, Vanessa K. — 40, 83, 85, 88 Justice, Barron P. — 40, 90 Kates, Levin N. — 47, 83 Kellam, Benjamin, Jr. — 54 Kellam, Benjamin F. Ill — 48, 83, 85, 87, 91 Kellam, Donald E. — 48, 68 Kellam, Fay A. — 48 Kellam, James R. — 29, 68, 82 Kellam, Martha K. — 29, 65, 79, 87 Kellam, Mary N. — 60 Kellam, Michele D. — 48 Kellam, Richard — 48 Kellam, William L. — 48 Kellam, William M. — 29, 72, 78, 90 Kelly, Jannette A. — 40, 83, 88 Land, Myrtis E. — 40 Lassiter, Jerry — 48, 74 Latimer, Dennis W. — 40, 78 Latimer, Hallett L. — 29, 82, 90 Latham,Cleve — 48, 74 Lawrence, Robert — 48 LeCato, Ann H. — 48, 83, 89 Lee, Barbara A. — 40 Lee, Robert T. — 48 Lewis, Clifton E. — 29, 83, 85, 87, 90 Lewis, Magnolia — 40, 83, 85 LIBRARY READERS CLUB — 86 Lipscomb, Emma K. — 48 Little, Thurlis J. Jr. — 63, 68, 69 Lloyd, Harry F. — 29, 72, 82, 87, 90 Lockwood, Joseph — 40 Lockwood, Joyce A. — 48 Lyons, Andrew J. — 40 Lyons, Norman W. — 29, 74, 82 Lyons, Richard E. — 48 Lyons, Sterling — 48 Manuel, Lillie L. —- 48 Manuel, Linda — 48 Mapp, Alan C. — 40, 68 Mapp, Amelia S. — 29 Mapp, Cheryl A. — 48 Mapp, Harrison — 48 Mapp, Helen — 48, 76 Mapp, Isaac — 64 Mapp, Jerline — 29, 76 Mapp, Jerome W. — 48 Mapp, Sylvia D. — 29 Marks, Ernest M. — 40 Marshall, Sandra J. — 29, 84, 85, 91 Mason, Preston H. — 48 MATH AND SCIENCE CLUB 82 Mathewson, Perry R. — 40, 90 Mayhew, Annette C. — 29, 65, 85, 89 McCord, Harry F. —48 McCready, Granville B. — 29, 84 McCuller, Evelyn S. — 57 McPherson, Billy R. — 48 Mears, David R. — 48 Mears, Garnet L. — 58, 87 Meek, Jay D. — 62 Mitchell, Henry J. — 48 Mitchell, Michael T. — 29 Mitchell, Shirleen D. — 40, 83, 87 Moody, Olivia D. — 40, 82, 85 Moore, Louise — 64 Moore, Margaret A. — 48 Moore, Mary L. — 48 Moore, Nancy — 64 Morris, Doris E. — 30 Morris, James A. — 48, 83 Morris, Myra G. — 30, 84, 85 Mysko, Joseph, Jr. — 59, 68 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY — 88 Newton, Elizabeth J. — 56, 88 Newton, Philip — 63 Nicolls, Mary M. — 30, 88, 89 Nordstrom, Julie V. — 55, 89 Nottingham, Denise L. — 30, 89 Nottingham, Eartha T. — 48 Nottingham, Gladys M. — 30, 84 Nottingham, Sandra L. — 48, 76, 84 Nottingham, Spencer W. — 30, 72, 82 Nottingham, Vera — 48 Olexa, Rebecca C. — 18, 30, 65, 85, 86, 89, 91 Olschner, Thomas K. — 40 Onley, Udell E. — 40 Outten, Paige R. — 48, 68 Owens, Barbara J. — 40, 86 Parkham, Shirley M. — 63 Parker, Anthony W. — 78 Parker, John A. — 40, 68, 78 Parker, Riley — 48 Parks, Kay R. — 40 Parks, Randall D. — 56, 68, 86 Parsons, George F. — 54 Payne, Bessie P. — 64 Peace, Kathy I. — 48, 87 Peed, Mary V. — 35, 84 Phillips, Amy E. — 40 Picott, Phyllis D. — 40 Pitt, Arline — 30, 84 Pitt, James — 74 Pitt, Jean — 49, 84 POLITCAL SCIENCE CLUB — 87 Poole, William — 64 Poulson, Charlie — 49 Powell, Alvy R. — 49 Powell, Catherine — 40, 86 Press, Reva B. — 49, 83, 88 Reid, Dorothy M. — 30, 84 Reid, Eola E. — 49 Reid, Fred A. — 49 Reid, William — 49 Reynolds, Sherri L. — 40 Reynolds, William S. — 40, 83 Richardson, James A. — 40, 65, 85 Richardson, Sharon C. — 30, 82, 85, 89 Riggin, John C. — 30, 82 Rippon, Thomas W. — 49, 74, 82, 83 Rittenhouse, Ann L. — 40, 85, 87, 89 Rivera, Beatrice V. — 30, 83, 84 Robinson, Alvin P. — 40 Robinson, Ethel M. — 64 Rogers, John G. — 40, 82, 90 Rogers, Justine N. — 40 Roundtree, Juanita N. — 49 Routzong, James G. — 30, 88 Rowe, Ronald W. — 49 Rowley, Connie D. — 49 Rowley, Robert — 49, 90 Rowley, Tabitha — 40, 76 Ruffin, Anthony L. — 30 Ruffin, Betty J. — 31 Ruffin, Earnestine L. — 31 Ruffin, Tyrone — 49 Sample, Anthony P. — 42, 49 Satchell, Bennie — 64 Satchell, Earl — 40 Satchell, Elizabeth A. — 49 Satchell, Jefferson W. — 49 Satchell, Purnell C. — 40 Satchell, Thomas W. — 31 Satchell, Wallace L. — 31 Savage, Elizabeth M. — 31, 89 118 Savage, Larry H. — 31 Savage, Oscar T. — 40, 65, 86 Savage, Raymond C. — 31 Savage, Susan V. — 49, 83 Savedge, Virginia O. — 61, 84 Sayers, Deborah K. — 49, 83 SCHOOL BOARD — 54 Scott, Howard H. — 31, 65, 84, 88, 91 Scott, Mary K. — 49 Shackelford, Joanne — 31, 65, 85, 87, 89, 91 Sheffield, Brenda — 49 Shelton, Julia A. — 49 Shively, Patricia E. — 40, 65, 86 Shreaves, Herbert — 64 Shreaves, Nancy — 83 Siggers, Lavonzella — 49 Simmons, Alvin L. — 31, 86 Simpkins, Henry L. — 41, 72, 82 Simpson, Mary J. -— 49 Sisco, William T. — 54 Six, Cheryl D. — 31, 65, 83, 84 Skelton, Elizabeth W. — 56 Small, Paula E. — 31, 87 Smaw, Carol Y. — 31, 84 Smaw, James A. — 41 Smaw, Philbert O. — 49 Smaw, Selene — 41, 83, 84, 87 Smith, Alice W. — 55 Smith, Amonia E. — 49, 87 Smith, Charles W. Jr. — 41, 82, 83, 85, 86, 90 Smith, Evangelia Y. — 49, 83, 91 Smith, Ida M. — 49 Smith, James M. — 49 Smith, Lillie M. — 41, 79, 82, 83, 84, 87 Smith, Reginia L. — 42, 49 Smith, Richard — 58, 90 Smith, Shirneda A. — 49 Smith, Vincent P. — 41 Smith, William — 54 Snead, Linda L. — 41 Spady, Eugene — 49 Spady, Louis A. — 41 Spady, Michael R. — 31, 74 Sparrow, Pamela — 31, 89 Sparrow, Robertson L. — 49 Spence, Dale M. — 41, 65, 79, 82, 83 SPIRIT CLUB — 83 Stanley, Robert R. — 49 Starchia, Emma L. — 32 Starchia, John A. — 49 Stevens, Arthur L. — 41 Stevens, Carolyn L. — 49 Stevens, Earl A. — 50 Stevens, Terrelle N. — 50 Stinson, Walter J. — 41 Stratton, Haldora V. — 50 Stratton, Helena F. — 32, 62, 84 Stratton, Leroy — 50 Stratton, Timothy — 62 STUDENT COUNCIL ASSOCIATION — 87 Sturgis, Amy L. — 50, 83, 89 Sturgis, Eleanor S. — 41, 65, 88, 89, 91 Sturgis, Linda R. — 50 Taborn, Carolina S. — 50 Tankard, Cynthia R. — 32, 89 Tankard, Sally R. — 50, 83, 89 Taylor, Brenda M. — 50 Taylor, Phyllis L. — 50 Taylor, Thomas L. — 32 Thomas, Joyce A. — 50 Thompson, Rufus — 64 Tittermary, Glen S. — 18, 32, 91 Townsend, Ellneice M. — 50 Townsend, Debra J. — 32, 83, 84, 89 Townsend, Esther O. — 41 Townsend, Michael L. — 32, 83, 87, 89 Townsend, Winston J. — 32 Toy, James C. — 41 Toy, Sandra F. — 50, 70, 85 TRI-HI-Y — 89 Trower, Colonial M. — 50 Trower, Glenda D. — 41, 83 Trower, Hattie E. — 50, 83, 87, 88, 91 Trower, James E. — 50 Trower, Jean P. — 41 Trower, Joette F. — 32, 65, 82, 87, 88, 91 Turner, Jane C. — 32, 79, 82, 83, 89 Turner, Kathy L. — 41, 83 Twyford, Mildred A. — 50 Underhill, Ellen F. — 41, 87 Upshur, Betty — 32 Upshur, Charles E. — 50 Upshur, Margaret S. — 41 Upshur, Rosie L. — 50, 76 VARSITY CLUB — 82 Walker, Cheryl A. — 32, 86 Walker, Diann C. — 50 Walker, Jeffery A. — 32, 83 Walters, Eula M. — 50, 84 Ward, Deborah L. — 50, 89 Ward, Michael B. — 32, 68, 69, 72, 82, 83, 90 Ward, Pamela — 50 Ward, Robert — 62 Warren, Emma L. — 50 Warren, Macon T. — 32, 76, 84, 91 Warren, Patricia A. — 50, 83, 91 Warren, Wanda E. — 50 Watson, Alfred — 64 Weatherly, Robert — 50 Webb, Kenneth M. — 58 Webb, Kevin M. — 50, 68 Webb, Linda S. — 41 Webb, Patricia A. — 50 Webb, Richard N. — 33, 85 Weeks, Audrey L. — 33, 84 Weeks, Sylvia F. — 41, 83, 84, 87 Weeks, Valerie I. — 41 Wesch, Barbara J. — 50, 65, 83, 90 White, Evelyn D. — 33, 65, 84 Widgen, Kathy T. — 33, 89 Widgen, Nancey C. — 50, 83, 89 Widgen, Paul H. — 41 Widgeon, Jeffrey L. — 50, 83 Widgeon, Percell R. — 64 Widgeon, Randy M. — 50 Widgeon, Ronald M. — 50, 68 Widgeon, Thomas C. — 41 Wiggins, Isaac R. — 50 Wilkins, Kathryn C. — 41 Williams, Alvin S. — 41 Williams, Deborah T. — 51 Williams, Michael C. — 41, 68 Williams, Roosevelt — 41 Williams, Steven E. — 51, 68 Willis, Larry G. — 51, 68 Wil lis, Mary K. — 51, 83 Willis, Patricia B. — 41 Wilson, Alice H. — 33, 65 Wilson, Jerry — 51 Wimber, Vera A. — 41 Windley, Martha L. — 33 Womble, Sallie C. — 41, 83, 85, 88 Wright, Evon C. — 41 Wright, Pamela D. — 51, 65, 76, 83, 87 Wynder, Gwendolyn M. — 34, 41 Wynder, Jerry C. — 41 Young, Dian — 51 Young, George — 54 Young, Samuel B. — 41, 85 119 In Memoriam Miss Lila N. 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