Northside Junior High School - Norsemen Yearbook (Roanoke, VA)

 - Class of 1980

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J I + 6l9 59255 l 'W P "" ! I' fwiffjgff 5 -,, qv 1- f. 1 - I .,' ' . b .. ,, . b ' A. , I V .I -' ., .f:.A -A." if - :ll ,, A 351 A if OX J Cf QQ? gk Nix ,vgzggy viE7i.i Qf5Q q gwbwwy jy X! my wggwxispgiyb X- Qw My M3 , D safifsw OM of Tw pf X Qfm Efffm2ff,ivQ5fiJflf QW J Md Qgwwwgf MPEGS 'Kuff ko WKQWGQ QQ W ww W2 my W1 Q 'AL sr - . Ji K. an 7 gf I v its 61, 'af ' 'N' 1- ' Q . Q A-Fi cf 5 I M1114 8 4716. HIGH Oat 474-A 1652 O KOAN VJIQGINL4 WORK CO56'E'f!5I6 AS " ,NE As this goes to press, already many things have happened. Returning stu- dents got settled to school again about one week afer school began. For the sev- enth graders and the new students, it took a little longer. As everyone knows, chang- ing from elementary to junior High, or from one school to another, or even from one grade to another takes a little getting used to. Two sports seasons have drawn to a close with both reigning as champions. The football team had yet another unde- feated season. leff Golden, playing half- back and safety positions, broke many school football records and set a few of his own. The girls basketball team was the regu- lar and the tournament champions. Diane Beard had the highest total points and was team Captain along with jenny Murray. The team lost a good player, Wendy Hoke, to the IV Girl's basketball team at the high school. She was missed, but more than made up for in sportsmanship and talent. This year the choir is under the direc- tion of Mr. Bob Spiers. They have started the first of their Christmas concerts and they have been something to be proud of at all of their performances so far. The choir performed at many elementary schools in the area. Several new teachers joined our school and the student body is somewhat fewer than last year. Q. CMESQ. 'Gp lla! " fl 5 ' I ,I dum I -- 4 :Inj Q ' - ' Bob Broyden and Patty Wadosky proudly display a banner made before an upcoming game to boost the spirits of the student body. ONE VOICE just one voice, Rising in the darkness, All it takes is One voice, Singing so they hear what s on your mind, And when you look around you'll find, There's more than I One voice, Rising in the darkness, All it takes is One voice, Each and every note another octave, Hands are joined and fears unlocked, If only One voice, Would start out its own, We heed just one voice, Facing the unknown, And then that one voice, Need never be alone, It takes just . . . One voice, We need that One Little voice, And everyone would Sing. Barry Manilow gggont view of our school building. The buses have arrived to take students home at Copyright 1979 Arista Records Q The students are either out on good behavior or parole - Notice the smiles of joy on their faces. lentry Madagan does some last minute studying while wait- ing for the bus to come. TABLE OF 'CONTENTS Organizations Faculty, Staff and Administration 11 Ninth Grade Gallery 19 Eight Grade Gallery 30 Seventh Grade Gallery 39 Seventh Grade Officers 30 Activities 49 Sports '61 Superlatives 86 Conclusion 94 Index 91 ..,.- -J. X ,. Miss Graube, Mr. Miley seem to be overseeing office personel between classes. Cindy Elliott and Wendi Stump are waiting for assignments. ' During a break in classes Jena Tolley, Michelle Wei- kel, Danielle Mistele, Patty Wadosky, Tonda Stin- nett, Tracy lobe, and Stephanie Morris find time to make a human pyramid. Vicki Wickam appears to be hard at work on 4,,,.. an assignment in the library, but looks can be - LQQ ,,,.f? deceiving. ,, l- 'l-l'ili , ,,L ,- , s A .y A 5 Q: F ' . l ii ,,ii , , iiii W iii' i ' f' i 1 N? l I K: it ' an 'r ii Q3 - if V' va N lilli ' 5-Ulgu,,,.l ii li X -Q: iv in W WV, .' V 'r . ' ' , A ' 5 51 A I ag U' ' 1 5 , , Ma r U: Q u ,J n ig, J' 1, QQ". Wfldgifi i .fig - 15409, 4 wg " -Qfzs-4 A Ui FJA '. ..L.., W ', ,, if-"1 .W 'eff AA" AU, ii iiii.. N. ii.. ' ' ill lik, an i,.., ll? ' WMM. it ". 5 J I M' Q - W A-if Valli l ' eg A 3 -' - 'il-f an llll time Hs l it wmlii ., , - - - - -1 V --f '- 1 ' "' ' M d Cl' df mt V 5 .V tw fx ' h at T21 Iait Eire olntlheusgxsadlri ,, . Y . wwwwi wiiwiiww W wwf Al' ,seg 'i iiww is U wwiw iwiwwwwwwi w UW- P .lw. w f W iw-ww '. , M., 'N I ' h h N I V as '15 'fwa 'V A S - A ,Qs 1 Zintagainlnsemen eam EEE L ORGANIZATIONS I 'igw V ' Fizz?-I W- . 'X 194.3 .lznu Luigi l The members of the S.C.A. shown above for 1979 - 1980 are: President - Danielle Mistele, Vice President - Tracy lobe, Sec- retary - Anne Marie Faery, Treasurer - Stephanie Morris, Chaplain - Donna Bourne, and sponsor - Miss Roche. , X x 'C Donna and Anne Marie take time to smile for the cam- era as they work on the float. The float later won first prize at Northside High School's Homecoming game. 5 CZIDSJV Z' KOZIJVLVZ 1155061.24 ZION The S.C.A. at N.I.H.S. was established at allow student input into the total school program. Each year five ninth graders are elected to fulfill this goal. This year the officers are as follows: Danielle Mistele, President, Tracy lobe, Vice President, Annamarie Faery, Secretary, Stephanie Morris, Treasurerg and Donna Bourne, Chaplain. Co - sponsors of the S.C.A. are Miss Iudy Roche and Mr. Hal johnston. Daily duties for the officers include being in charge of displaying the school flags and leading the Pledge of Alle- giance during the morning announcements. Other duties include participating in all P.T.A. meetings lby giving the invocation and pledgel and keeping an attrac- tive bulletin board in the second floor lobby. Again this year, the S.C.A.'s float entry in the homecoming parade won first prize. The S.C.A. Christmas dance, De- cember 14, was a big success, with over 250 tickets sold. This spring the S.C.A. plans to sponsor another dance. December 18 the S.C.A. officers and sponsors went out to eat at LeChateau. S.. i P- T lx K I gg, 5 1 . if hear! T X if .Z your ozesem SN 56,4 99 -4- K ,fy -. . . ,3'.,f 4. s.J..1.,'. , ,, it Pi 'Hg if- .,.. lt- ll , l' 4,' , 1,:l9V""",.,h.4.:""' 'fT'T"1 , ' y5-1...,.-- - V 1-1 'M 'Q-V' I., l '..f 41,7 The 79 - 80 Norsemen staff is as follows: Deanna Pendry, Robert White, Dana Bauman, Steve Powell, Sheila Webster. Sitting down, as the Editor, is Heather Hash. L CT? Miss Thompson lstandingl and Mrs. Webb are the backbone to the Norsemen staff this year. fx x '- FF' ..a-- l'g 1 I 1 l mai? W5 L YQU I 9, LVX 15 +13 mem 31 58.11 g11 THE START OF A DECADE PEOPLE F i WJCHOZI Z7 C3855 L24 274785 'WWI NIMH: 5 I- -V , Z3 fy' l 3 9 11- -. r x ' I X 2- --Y 'yu x 'lv 1 l i 4 gh ' ' ' i J" is x 'i' - 'L Q.. Mr- Caldwell makes an lmP0ff3m Phone Call and finds time Linda Laprad, our Finance Officer, has a smile on her face as to rest during his hectic schedule. He is our Maintenance She poses for the Camera- Superintendent. i L Mrs. Gallimore, the Attendance Officer for Northside, looks as if she caught someone skippin' again. 0c'?jl7CCgJl'lu4 5 60llL'DJV'Z' S1116 WV "f A iv, f ' N Robin Rhoades, our School Secre tary, is the look of efficiency. '-mf: 339 I D or L . - ' '11 ,' 1: :fini Q1 . NNML X-'Q 2 ' f 1, .,-"-41 .J 4 N Deanna Barnett, an Office Aide, says that a school day at Gail Jennings, the Guidance Secretary, is glad to hear there Northside can certainly bring a lot of headaches. are no more schedule changes. OZIK L' A178135 . i Mr. Hal lohnston, Principal of NIHS 9th Grade, Principal I 74' xr V fI1",7 X! Mr. Don Dyer, 8th-Grade Principal Mr. Dick Miley, 7th Grade Principal Z7-KES5 124234755 GZIJZDE ZIS O O O 1 ik 1' X! Miss Sue Martin, who is head counselor, spends much of her time schedul- ing classes - so September finds her extremely busy, but the job is well done, thus one big phase of making Northside junior a number one school. Loree Sizemore shows there is al- ways a time to be serious with stu- ' dents who come to the counselor.. . . . Kim Hedge is talking with her. xg' Then, too, there is always a time to enjoy a laugh as Ann journell shows. Mrs. Edna Barden: Head Librarian Mrs. ludy Knight: Librarian Mrs. Diane Harvey: Library Aide 15115164 KMW5 Edna Barden shows a look of be- wilderment as she glances up from her work in the library. 727' fm 'l l rs. 1 V a way CHX 5'I68Sff,M SN 610155 CLASS OFFICERS President: Sonja Goode Vice President: Lisa McNutt Treasurer: Wendy Hoke Secretary: Dianne Beard Sponsors Mrs. Nancy Bates, pictured Larry Adams Sam Mayes F n N N , 1 ' W 1 Q-fy .fjx Yr G.. ins..- ,S-, 4. s. 'ws 1:1 'if' '-iw NT" -R. fx- - 5751! U! 5164 D5 612455 1979 - so 'GSP' S7 Af' C427 AU' J fi! N A ' f x-'Y' AM, ' 4 1 I i L i I i Xi l T -S -:iff xx CLASS OFFICERS President: Cindy Elliott Vice President: Wendy Stump Secretary: Mindy Mitchell Treasurer: Pam Carter Sponsors: Mrs. Dottie Francisco Mrs. Mary Turner 'TT' xx CAA" V P N 1 V Dennis Morris Amy Morton Mike Murdock Doug Murray Randall Neely Mark Neese Chris Nelson Lisa Nelson Chris Newcomb Sandy Nichols Melissa Ohl Lisa Owens Mike Ouellette Mike Oyler Yvonne Oyler 'Tracy Pannell Rhonda Patton Willie Paul Kim Pedigo julie Pelletier Michael Perry john Philips Doug Pierce Richard Pierce Mark Pleasant Alicia Plunkett Randall Plunkett Stephen Powell Steve Powers Glenn Pray Sharon Presson Vicky Prince Donna Ratliff Brian Reed Eric Reese Kathy Reynolds Philip Richards jerry Richmond jeff Riddle Kim Riffel V W i, M Iv' ,N YH.. l , gl, "U . rw 'I l'.'. .Wt lilly lvl ffl 'U' ' 'Q-.fl I 4. n-. 1 i .l K l A 1- ovil Qi ssfx y . if .K me i. Q4 Q' ll .Y-4:--'F gfixfl 3 fe ' ' 3' 37 . 'Q P855 L' 'I' '. ' lqfiii ig X. . 1 , Q , ' ' -'W Q-. - - - L .. V - ASQ!!! 'az-Y' JL, I -1 -- Q-1 ,,, .s I A:-:,A.,,f,,h , in ' ll '14' The young ladies pictured above were the 7th grade officers for the 1978 - 79 school year. Their picture was left out of the 1979 Norsemen and we want to convey our regrets. President - Paulette Hale, Vice President - Patty Sandy, Secretary, - Sue Ellen Brown, Treasurer leanie Thompson. Mrs. Neely and Mrs. Dillion were the class sponsors. sf NKJV gm D8 1- JJJJP ix 'K ,J I 60455 095716516 President: Dawn Miller Vice President: Rhonda janney Secretary: Leigh Chittum Treasurer: Toni Watts Sponsors: Mrs. Lenore Malouf Miss Sue Thompson H V 5 W I N ' Karen Totten Cheryl Tuck Karen Tuck Kim Tuck Kim Turley Mandy Turner' lack Tyree Ellyson Via Scott Wade Barry Ward Michael Ward lohnny Watts Toni Watts Carl Whitenack Mark Wickham Robbie Wilkerson Christine Wilhelm Darrell Wilks Scott Wills Wayne Wilson lean Williams Nancy Williamson Tony Williamson jeff Wimmer Larry Wingfield Dale Wohlford , Deborah Wolf Toni Wolf Billy Woodson Kelly Woolwine Robert Wooten Dana Wright julie Yopp Lisa Young SCZIDEN 5 WV 551685 CS 1- ' P f 7' A ' 1 -A V. Y -' , i V , 0 . . . ,- 4 s, hal -ing, I v QW' s vw 5385 My K' 5 MJ UW Q5 pa. U1 pf CMU T' 'fillff L 5 , UM UZ! 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I- r .. , ,Lu ii' ' . 1 , 4 ,A 1st row - Crystal West, Kim Pedigo, Lisa Nelson, Pam Ayers, Rhonda Patton, Karen Keith, Mary Garrett, Kim Smith, Sofpia Sweetenberg. 2nd row - Beverly Craighead, Mindy Mitchell, Paulette Hale, Alisa Plunckett, Elaine Wren, Linda Darnell, Sue Ellen Brown, Patricia Milan, Kathy Reynolds, Melissa Hicks, Lisa Hartman, Pam Hoge, Kim Riffel. 3rd row - Olivia Smith, Robin Morton, Angie Sweetenberg, Karen Bostic, Debbie Wilson, Dawn Winter, Michele Garret, Kathy Stanger, Angie Tucker, Melanie Buchanan, Lisa Whittwer, Denise johnson, Carol Gauldin, Yvonne Oyler, Laura Stuart, Karen Hamilton, Laura Boothe, Vickie Hartless, and Mrs. Sexton. -in-lv Y QW-5 -. ri ' Mrs. Sexton is the Home Ec. teacher, but during class she's wonder woman because she does the job that last year had two teachers. Wg. -,LY 3 1135 '1J.k'r-. No telling what you will be doing next in Home EC. Tammy Graham gets a face job from Wanda Beard, a visiting cosmetic lady. l Karen Fitz- henry and K a t r i n a Goode cre- ate master- pieces in clay. "6OJWV5l6 V416 C" JS 16162421 CYQZIL' ...J . 157- . ,Q-f ."- 0 le" f Y fd, 'J .. ' U... ,,:, I. 'U 'NIT 'mu ' 'Wu 'iq '- ".. f'v,'. ' L- L" . .n. .- 'se rs..-', el 1 . 4. . '-'if ff' ' f ,- - ,.-vit Cf rx up V--+5 xg. I E fa il ri Ns. :S Lg? fo.. , -:ff .9 I X I Keith Keesee, Bobby Har- ris, jean Ingwersen, Lisa Harris and Trinda Gibson create with clay one of the many projects includ- ed in the interest block program. .Q 1 C1127 5 KOJWSS .7.7V HAND " -02' ,X s .. '- 2 ' N -. ,,, P flfivi 1. 4- 4 1, -. s .-an Typing students are busy at work while others stop to smile for the camera. Students appear busy at work w h i I e I e f f Stritsky has time to laugh. Students work hard on their days assign- ments. I " , - P I 5.7614 Cf! 6164275 AND WINCH 5164 DE KHOJIZ , - EH H se mv aff 510405 6140113 4156817175 65 MLCK KOZIJV 2711 630,716 William Byrd High School will host The All- County Choir on February 22, 23, 24. This Honor's Choir members will be selected from the top 20- singers in each of the Ir. High, Intermediate Schools of Roanoke County. An out-of-state guest conductor will direct this choir Sunday afternoon, February 24th. The 1979-SONORTHSIDE IUNIOR HIGH CHOIR has taken on a "new look" with colorful dark green and white outfits. The 64-member choir has been quite busy and active this year performing for the elementary school feeders and video-taping for television. Christmas concerts were given at Burlington Elementary, Mason's Cove, The Roanoke County Occupational School, Mountain View, Glen Cove, and for our own stu- dent body at Northside junior. Two Christmas Program bonuses were the com- bined choir concert given at NORTHSIDE HIGH SCHOOL with the high school girls chorus, mixed choir, and chorale, of which the NIH choir per- formed five numbers. The highlight of the holiday specials was the video-taping on WDBI- TV, Channel 7, for "PAN- ORAMA" in which the NORTHSIDE IUNIOR HIGH CHOIR shared the program with the Baptist Childrens Home Choir, The Roanoke College Chorale, and the Noel C. Taylor Community Choir. This program was later aired on Dec. 20th and 25th. Mr. Spiers has enjoyed this year's choir mem- bers which has consisted of 7th, 8th and 9th grad- ers. "They are an energetic group, quick to learn, and display good vocal production for junior high students. I think we're going to surprise a lot of people this year." The choir plans several Spring Programs which will be highlighted by the Music Dept. Musicale for the final PTA Program of the year. For the first time, All-County Choir will be held at William Byrd High School in February. Twenty students from NIH will participate in this honors choir which will be directed by a guest conductor. This will be held in conjunction with the All-County High School Choir. 6110716 JI48Jl4l5'5l6S 1st row - Tammy Arthur, Vicki Arthur, Adell Madden, Missy Smith, Amanda Sledd, lan Danielson, Mark Shay, Beth Young, Amy Shephard, Donna Ratliff, Rhonda Robertson, Nancy Wil- liamson, Mr. Spiers. 2nd row - Rhonda Kohl, Suzanne Bishop, Missy Meador, Kathy jones, Rosemary Shores, David Lucas, Blair Stone, Tammy Sowers, Kim Myers, Suzanne Allison, Lisa Owins, Brenda King, Liz Beavers. 3rd row -Linda Francisco, Savonia Coffey, Wendy Humphrey, Delana Williams, Pam Lu- cas, Philip Ashwell, Randell Neely, Greg Clark, Dennis Harris, Stephanie Finley, Elizabeth Stevens, Andrea Elmore, Kim Hay- den, Rachel Salyers, Tracy Simpson. 4th row - Ginger Hill, Teresa Ratliffe, Sherry Maycock, Lori McNulty, Cindy Mullen, Brenda Francisco, Debra Robinson, Patricia Andrews, jean Long, Ellyson Via, Kim Bush, Donna Huddleston, Lori Lucas. ADVANKSD - JN 3510145 L4 C5 BAND The members of the 1979 - 80 Advanced and Intermediate Band are from left to right, Marie Haynes, Rod Youn ,Heather Hash Kim S ll' g , u ivan, Sarah Taylor, Melissa Ohl, Rich Faery, Beth St. Cyr, Tanya Studabaker, Robbie Gattoni, Bruce Walker, Randall Neely, lenny Beavers, Lisa Boone L' M G T ' k' ' ' ' ' ' ' isa c raw, eresa Sim ins, Andy Garlington, Chris Newcomb, Mark Selkirk, lohn Henley, Tracy King, Ryan Boone, Cindy Gribbon, Dale Ragland, jeff Miles, Mark Ellis, Anthony Keyton, lohn Steinman, Tim McCauley, Willie Paul, Harvey Howell, Tim Sherman, Lee Messimer, jeff Lockhart, Chris Spradling, Mark Barnette, lenny Hamlin, Mark Gobble. The band program this year consists of 34 - beginners and 39 - students in the advanced band. The band has been busy this winter with Christmas concerts being given to all the elementary school feeders in the Northside area. Concerts were given at Burlington Elementary, Mason's Cove, Glen Cove, Mountain View elementary schools, and the Roanoke County Occupational School. This was climaxed with two assembly programs given to our own student body at NORTHSIDE JUNIOR. Mr. Spiers is planning on a big Spring Concert for parents and the student body with a lot of special music in the making. The emphasis will be on a "Big Band Sound" with modern arrangements. Robbie Gattoni, a 9th grader this year, made the DISTRICT VI IUNIOR HIGH ALL - REGIONAL SYMPHONIC BAND which was held at Radford University on january 4th - 6th. Robbie plays the Contra Bass Clarinet and made 2nd chair in the Symphonic Band. The ROANOKE ALL - COUNTY BAND will be hosted this year at Salem High School in February. About 20 players from our band will participate in this 3 - day event. 16' WNJVJMVG HAND The band this year has a lot of "good individual talent" and some outstanding players". Mr. Spiers is hoping to capitalize this into a good performing en- semble. Team effort is being stressed into making a good blending group. There will be a lot of good players coming up from the beginning band ranks. Since Mr. Spiers is doing choir this year, band members are learning the art of accompaning sing- ers, which is no easy task, even to the most profes- sional of groups. Balance from both groups is always a problem which the musicians must constantly be aware of and takes a great deal of concentration to maintain. Mr. Spiers considers this to be good early training which will help each player better himself lherselfl as a performer and use these skills in any performing group they would be involved in in later endeavors. Many bands in the Roanoke area frock, country, pop, etc? use singers which adds a great deal to the group's effectiveness. Mr. Spiers feels this will be a valuable experience to our students. The Beginning Band consists of Bridget lordan, Dan Bauer, Beth Slusher, Karen Boyd, loyce johnson, Karen Totten, Misty Earls, David Caldwell, Kenny LaDuct, Tamara Gaultney, Toni Watts, Mike Porter, Connie Barton, Kelly Woolwine, Melissa Hairston, Glen Runions, Rob- bie Wilkerson, jerry Baker, Wayne Hurley, Loren Powers, Eric Groves, David Alls, Chad Wright, Lee Sizemore, Mike Divers, Mark Brown, Marie Cobble, jeff Wimmer, Mack Baker, Andy Harnsberger, David Garraghty. MZLSV6' Z96'l630l6Wlv4JV6'5 WJCH 62455 -7- - - V . .,.. kb I I EI'-lil EI I. l 'Ll 'TE-IS Q 'THS ,X 1 TEAM CAPTAINS - jenny Murray and Diane Beard Diane Beard C227 is shooting the hoop. jenny Murray 1443 making the Cave Spring team mad 3 The 1979 Girl's Basketball Team enjoyed it's most successful season ever at NIHS. The girls finished the regular season with a 12 - 0 record and then won both tournament games to finish the season with a 14 - 0 record - the first basketball team to go unde- feated at NjHS. The Norsewomen were led by Captain's Diana Beard and jenny Murray as well as Center jenny Hamlen. Because of their outstanding play during the season, these girls were selected to the Roanoke Valley District All - Star Team. Once again the Norsewomen had three players to break the 100 point mark in one season. Diana Beard had 191 points, jenny Murray 142, and jenny Hamlen 106 points. jenny Hamlen led the team in rebounds with 115, with jenny Murray adding 94 rebounds. jenny Murray led the team in assists with Diana Beard sec- ond. Diana Beard led the team in steals with jenny Murray close behind. Patricia Peroulas played her best game of the season in helping the Norsewomen win the tournament championship. Wendy Graham, an 8th grader, also made a solid contribution to the team. Coach Marilyn Bussey made the following com- ments, "We were really surprised with our success this year. After practice started we felt like we had a good chance to made the play - offs as one of the top teams. But no one expected us to go undefeat- ed." "This team's success was due to team play. The girls really worked with each other to take the best shots they could. I was also very pleased with our defensive play. We held our opponents to 26.9 points a game which is very good considering how high our offensive average was t48.3j." What about next year? "Obviously, you can not predict what kind of season you will have. But we have several girls returning who have playing exper- ience so we are very optimistic about next yearl" -4, +-.... Miss Graube congratulates Miss Bussey on her ter- rific coaching that brought the girls basketball sea- son in with a straight win season. You can see that the girls really work together. Patricia Perulus is pondering whether to cheer or meditate. The team is really in action - jenny Murray looks as if she is in control of the situation. I , - s. N ff in ,f- . a -W ?gTHg4 A-as Xggvlnscy u fwfr , C fi A 6 The 1979 Champions are Regan Bishop, Lisa McNutt, jenny Murray, Diane Beard, Wendy Graham, Rachel Salyers, Angela Sweetenberg, Joyce johnson, Danielle Mistele, Lori McNulty, Miss Bussey, Donald Goode, Jenny Hamlen, Patricia Perulus, Sherri Maycock and Mary Salyers. N. r- 1 ..- H. rw ,,S'jf'A?' q - lil 1 ,f .-, 1 4 vs. 1 l .gy cw. I -- K 7' ,JI '7 4- l 1.1 5, Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside BOARD William Byrd Glenvar Franklin Co. Andrew Lewis Cave Spring Hidden Valley William Byrd Glenvar Franklin Co. Andrew Lewis Cave Spring Hidden Valley WON LOST 12 0 Chr' tory Behind The Kecord xx rfxbql V This year's team Captains were Wendy Hoke and Susan Mortan. VOLLEYBALL STATISTICS 1st Game 2nd Game 3rd Game wm. Byrd 15 - 8 15 - 2 Glenvar 11 - 15 16 - 18 Franklin Co. 7 - 15 5 - 15 Andrew Lewis 14 - 15 6 - 15 Cave Spring 15 - 10 15 - 6 Hidden Valley 15 - 3 13 - 15 15 - 8 Wm. Byrd 15 - 0 15 - 6 Glenvar 15 - 11 9 - 15 15 - 9 Franklin Co. 5 - 15 5 - 15 Andrew Lewis 1 - 15 15 - 4 4 - 15 Cave Spring 15 - 11 15 - 7 Hidden Valley 12 - 15 7 - 15 PLAYOFF Hidden Valley 'I5 - 'IO 8 - 15 'I5 - 'IO Andrew Lewis 15 - 12 4 - 15 8 - 15 The 1979 - 80 Volleyball team members were Bev Craighead, Aimee Toohig, Susan Mortan, Wendy Hoke, Robyn Vessey, Alicia Richards, Manager Stephanie Stamus, Coach Miss Graube, Ellen Mortan, Renee Sweetenberg, Sophia Sweetenberg, Missy Walker, Rebecca White, jenny Beavers, Charlotte Coleman, Manager Karen Lafferty. This year the Volleyball team had an average year, or so the record showed. But when you get down to the bare facts, one finds that Northside lr. had a more than average team. We found this out when we interviewed Miss Graube, the coach of the team. "They did great!" she said, "They exceeded my expectations. Towards the end of the year they really started to hustle and work together as a team. They were as good as any team l've coached even though the record doesn't show it." This year the team had 14 members. There were 11 new members and only three veterans. Any one who saw this team in action could plainly see that the team showed talent, sportsmanship, and pride in being from Northside. Alot of the girls complained because of the hard work put to being part of the team, Iwho wouldn't?J but they knew it was neces- sary or else they wouldn't have come as far as they did. When asked what she thought of the team's sea- son, Miss Graube replied, "I thought they did ex- tremely well for a team of mostly new members. They deserve real credit for them to have come this far " Q QI ' V xg' A I , -' . i U.,-, 4' . .Q 7 4 . ' of' . ' ' 4 i ,Q 4-.11 r 2: 4 if' 1 X Wendy Hoke does a double - take with a fantastic return ide' V4 C its-. E , Wendy Hoke serves the ball in hopes of scoring for Northside. Like all good teams, Northside f warms up before each game. This is V' one of their practice warm - ups. 1.311 Nvrseuf1fme14'.s' Crack Gram e' if flllll -A .nl Q .4 , , A 1- P The 1978 - 79 Girls' track team for Northside junior includes, Rhonda Sweenteberg, Mary Salyers, Susan Roy, Wendy Hoke, Tammie Slaone, julie Conner, Sherri Runyon, Lisa McNutt, Diane Beard, Beka Saddler, Eva Summers, Karen Countess, Tambra Reed, Dedra Stacy, Kristen Kon- rad, Margaret Mason, Cindy Gribben, Ragan Bishop, Sherri Maycock, Vicki Hicks, loanie lournell, Anita Leonard, Regina Collins, Marla Ste- vens, Angie Ayers, Debbie Blevins, Ruth Frazier, Kathy Stanger, Robin Mintkenbaugh, Patricia Peroulas, Erin Duncan and Joy Peverall. Tanya Lewis has just thrown a shot and looks happy about the results. --.4 Tl? -wel Vicki Hicks is working hard on the hurdles a little high, but Patricia Peroulas shows her excellent form on the hurdles sheis trying. l l Cindy Bruce and Lisa McNutt put the finishing touches on their handoff. Nor cmeuis' Crack Umm . ., ... ..'-: t. .... :qua-D. . .- ..,,.....-..:.....A L ' 'Z :".'TL'Cf'-52, Q-'L-4 .5 - '13i23L!2?:"5 . . - - 1'::xt...'.' ..... I 'fl ".-b 1 ' v ET 'ffffffzqyfi' l . . , . Q' 4 -rf . 2".:5.-:?fi'-23" ' ' ' .- f - 4' ' Q. 93, -f ' --L'Lf:1fFf:Q.t '5-':+2-:2'.:"..- ' Je . 4 A -2- T ,-gif -rw f'1- A - 53,355-7' fr ,, - V --V .-- . 'V -1- :--can-.-.' -- ----- --.-1- .QL-:gg-.:..-,g.--' ' :ttf 1 , ,. 1 ' rl , -1':,'3'j'-'LQ .' j-1-1 31:-J' '-:iii-'4E::::: -P. F-E-i. :.?- Q-gkhgty.. V , - A fl' '12 -' ' -I-LJ' ":-F:-E-'G-1 ,,. N1-1-LLY'.."g" "zJ.., I Y :' 'ff:: -'P . "..":r:'.:'-:""" '-1' 4 1' -2' g 'f.'C2.1. wi 'a I I ':.. ',, '.f..M..,1 fx- -- 1: 4 ' . -' - The people pictured above won special awards. Dennis Leftwich and Tony Lawrence - tied for Most Valuable, Kent Thomas -Best Field, Eric Humphrey - Best Runner, V The boys track team for 1978 - 79 are Tony Lawrence, David Bess, Mark Hardy, Ken Keesee, Steve Simpson, Allen Myers, jerry Tyree, Ronnie Wimmer, Doug Adams, Melvin johnson, Tim Sweetenberg, Scott Stanley, Matt Haynes, Kent Swink, Dwayne Graham, Mr. King, Mr. Avery, l0e Shanks, Randy Powers, john Palmieri, Allen james, Mike Hamilton, Donnie Baker, Dennis Leftwich, Doug Winebarger, Kent Thomas, Eric Humphrey, lae McGuirt, Kyle Grant, Robert Trottman, Scott McFarland, Mr. Summerville, Gary Huffman, Barry Bond, Mike Hammer, Vic Smith, Brian Henley, Ben Hansel, Mike Bowles, Woody Hart, Roger Manual, David Cochran, jeff Gold- en, lohn Haranzo, and Marge Lanford. 013 53487278 ALI' 5' C2416 K.: XJ x "YA" Co-captains Greg Otey and jeff Golden share excitement with Basketball All Stars from Northside junior 1 1 G Coach Maynard upon receiving the Championship Trophy. lenny Hamlin jenny Murray Diana Beard l I W F00tb3ll All Sta' Team Volleyball All District Team: jeff Golden - All Star Safety Running Back Becky Blevins Greg Otey - All Star Linebacker and Offensive Guard Wendy Hgke Richard Hughes - All Star Defensive Tackle and Offensive End Kevin Weeks - All Star Offensive Tackle Matt Haynes - All Star Placement Kicker 6 JVGIQ4 Clllfdl CJONS OUTSTANDING PLAYERS Most Valuable Player - jeff Golden Outstanding Offensive Player - Greg Otey Outstanding Defensive Back - Kevin Weeks Outstanding Offensive Back - jerry Tyree Outstanding Defensive Lineman - john Haranzo Richard Hughes Unsung Heroes - Kevin Thomas Danny Price THE 1979 NORSEMEN FOOTBALL TEAM 1st row - Kevin Thomas, Brian Hale Ryan Heldreth, Vic Smith, Kirk Morgan Tim Ryan, Scott Hamilton, james Lester David St. Clair, Donald Lorton, Managers Todd Wirt and Troy Mays. 2nd row Danny Price, Mark Neese, john Haranzo David Givens, Tim Scales, Dwayne McDaniel Steve Hall, Matt Maynes, jae McGuirt jay Martin, jeff Miles, Manager Hank Hut cherson. 3rd row - Roger Manuel joe Shanks, jeff Golden, Richard Hughes Don Rice, Ken Keesee, Greg Otey Kevin Weeks, Todd Kincer, Scott Wallace jerry Tyree, Brian Frazier, Managers Steve Pow ers and Doug Hales. 72 It Hatter ll ALL STARS Greg Otey - Offensive Guard - Defensive Linebacker Richard Hughes - Offensive End - Defensive Tackle Kevin Weeks - Offensive Tackle jeff Golden - Halfback - Safety Matt Haynes - Kicker JEFF GOLDEN SETS SCHOOL RECORDS Single Game Rushing - 213 yards Single Game Touchdowns - 4 9 I l l l X LMWALQ Single Season Touchdowns - 16 ll' 9 l l, -, F. Career Touchdown - 18 if 'p-,bfsyz Single Season Total Points - 98 l Career Total Points - 110 111' .g,- Single Season Rushing - 1168 yards g g T ' Career Rushing - 1597 yards OFT, r Longest Kickoff Return - 89 yards C' Tied For Longest Run From Scrimmage - 80 s C yards 73 This years football team went unde- feated for the fourth straight year. Coach Maynard commented "We had one of our better teams this year. The defense was outstanding this year giv- ing up only 15 points. We had a very strong defense. We made a couple mis- takes that the other team capitalized on." The team worked very hard practic- ing 6 hours in the summer and 2 1f2 once school started. They ran "the hill" 74 times at once and ran 85 wind sprints. The turn out this year was like it usu- ally is, alot of them quit. "They just couldn't cut the mustard" quoted Coach Maynard. Seventy - five percent of the team really worked hard this year. Next year Coach Maynard wants more 7 - 8 graders. We beat each team by at least 3 touchdowns. We have had 33 straight games without a loss. SCOREBOARD Northside 25 Northside 29 Northside 27 Northside 20 Northside 33 Northside 40 Northside 26 Glenvar 0 William Byrd 0 Pulaski Co. 0 Cave Spring 0 Franklin Co. 0 Hidden Valley 8 Andrew Lewis 7 The Norsemen warm up before a home game. We had a big crowd despite rainy weather against Cave Spring. at 21 -Xu vi I Matt Haynes kicks the extra point against long time rival Cave Spring. Our offense lines up against Cave Spring. The Norsemen won the game 20 - 0. fense stops Cave Spring. Scott Wallace converses with Coach Maynard on the next set of downs. The enthusiastic cheerleaders jump for joy as N.l.H.S. scores a touchdown. The coaches 8: team watch from the sidelines as the defense of Northside holds back the Cave Spring offensive. Scott Wallace watches pa- tiently as the Norsemen De- . . . . . . 2172759594 USD 9016 3.71655 Z' For the third consecutive year the Norsemen Basketball Team is at the top of the Roanoke Valley junior High confer- ence. This year's team is 13-1. They won the first 10 games before losing to An- drew Lewis. They also have extended an incredible home court record Kas the sign says in the gym "welcome to the pit", 52, victims, 2 escapeesl. This team has been one of the most exciting teams in the NIHS 7-year history. They have been aver- aging 65 points offensively and on de- fense they have been allowing 45. Greg Otey and Danny Price has paced the Norsemen this year. They are the top two scorers in the league, Otey with a 19.3 average and Price 15.4. The fastbreak and pressing defenses have been the team's key to success. They also have had 4 dif- ferent players to break the 20 point bar- rier this year, Otey C5l, Price i3l, Donald Goode 2 times and Scott Wallace once. jerry Richmond has done a tremendous job at point guard. As an eight grader, he started every game. He is the first to do that since Eddie Otey, jason Perdue and Andy Newson in 1974. jeff Golden and Gary Wobensmith have done credible jobs starting and coming off the bench. Don Goode has had a fine season, avering 10 points a game. Scott Wallace has, pro- vided the spark off the bench, by being the 4th leading scorer on the team with a 7 point average. Coach English's record at NIHS is now 89-19. "I have really enjoyed working with these guys this year. We have been through several hills and valleys this year, but we have always come back to the top. Considering all the presses C9l and all of our offenses C111 the guys had to learn, they have done an outstanding job. One of my greatest thrills in coaching was the 80-74 win over a much bigger Andrew Lewis team." Coach English gffsf df cgcucfc' Cefecte C' 9 Q72 61 .Zi Managers - Brent Mitchell, DJ. Church, Chris Caldwell, Mike Hurd, Greg Garman, Todd McQuire. 1st Row Players - Danny Price, lim Stevens, jerry Richmond, Eric Reese, lohn OZ? 09 160.4 0168 lf. ,716 J-L65 Gibson, Dennis McDaniel, Scott Wallace. 2nd Row Players - Don Goode, Mark Neese, Andy Gallion, jeff Baker, Greg Otey, Kevin Thomas, Gary Wobensmith, jeff Golden. Greg Otey is captain of the 1979-80 Norse men basketball team. jeff Baker shoots a successful basket 'VA All 7' for the Norsemen. 01656714 EW JN 1 -1 . .ff Greg Otey shows his "captain's Style" as he jumps with his oppo- nent for the ball. XX -I Danny Price comes in for a lay-up. It looks as if he has plenty of support from attentive teammates. 1624816 6' Cl6'4f4L'L' A6510 ' Y F , P Gary Wobensmith attempts a back court -'I' , yite f' 'fa I 'fniq A an V ,Q 'H Q1 T' X ,NP J shot. r Aww? "' - V gffgjjjpf ', V ' , fur- ' 35 0- izfl. 'I' Y ,q "ILO," fl' ' -'f W- A...1'.'3 1 f- - Xx 'Q "'- ' . bpwws Our opponent tries for a foul shot - - - - - he missed. x 1 , .Ti ki J fx: I ' i " 1.1.1-' v A' 3 'H' Q . V t 4 t . -4-5 I-nv . tg-tx V 3. Rr, I ' J V ' 2-'EX'fa'-7'- F' 511 V97 1 ' M' '.1 :I - H L- Jeff Baker and Gary Wobensmith come out for inspection of the basketball court be- fore one of the games. OZIIQ WKSSZZ5 ill . l l , M 53 X 1 . ., -. ,-F S ,IANA Q-is U Billy Howard and jeff Wright pose in a move that is used to start a quarter. 1 f' 5601381504139 Northside lr, 52 - Pulaski 25 Northside lr. 36 - Hidden Valley 34 Northside lr. 27 - Cave Spring 36 Northside lr. 39 - Andrew Lewis 26 Northside lr. 25 - Franklin Co. 47 Northside lr. " - Glenvar " 'Glenvar and Wm Byrd scores cannot be report- ed because of the deadline on the annual. The 1979-80 wrestling team went through the season with a 3-4 record. This is one of our best records in the history of Northside lr. wrestling. Our captains this year were Chris Nin- inger, Billy Howard, and jeff Wright who did an excellent job leading the team. Our sportsmanship this year was good except on a few occasions. All the wrestlers, from Coach Schuyler's viewpoint, went into every match with the intention of clobbering or at least beating the opponent. Our assistant, Coach Deacon, did a very superior job of showing the team members moves and also disciplining the team. This was the largest wrestling team ever at NIHS as you can see from the team picture. Coach Schuyler, who is also a Civics teacher, hopes that there will be another large tur- nout next year and thanks everyone who came out for the team this year and wishes them lots of luck in their wrestling future. jeff Wright, Chris Nininger, and Billy Howard were chosen as captains of our wrestling team this year. Z75y4Jl4 WOKIC f,, ,x Y V J A W ' 1st row - Mack Baker, jimmy Sullivan, Chris Bowling, David Cunningham, Greg Sandy, Billy Woodson, Tony Ratliff, Richard Cooper, jeff Richards, Mark Oyler, jimmy Bray. 2nd row -Blair Stone, Mike Divers, Kelly Shelton, Niles Dooley, Kevin McDaniel, Mike Sizemore, jay Shaver, Robby Chittum, Brian Blake, Tim Austin, Tony Farmer, Allan Ham, Chris Slaughter. 3rd row - julie Pelliteer - Scorekeeper, David Damewood, Keith Weeks, Brian Hale, Rob Robinson, Greg Clark, Chris Williams, Ray Barger, Mike McDaniel, Mike Oyler, Kenny Saunders - Manager, Steve Holsberg, jeff Blevins, Craig Conner. 4th row -Matt Haynes, Steve Kenan, Bob Broyden, Kevin Weeks, Don Rice, Dan Bauer, Mike Lee, Ricky Pierce, jeff Wright, Mike Barnes, Mike McKee, David Smith, Steve Woolridge. Sth row - Mr. Schuyler - Coach, Tony Browne, Mike Perry, Mark Thomas, Chris Spradling, Donnie Stalnaker, Phillip Ashwell - Manager, Mike Hall, David Stalnaker, Todd Hiler, Robby Gattoni, jae McGuirt, Billy Howard, Mike Ruble. 6th row - Ryan Heldreth, Vic Smith, Charles Gilbert, Donald Eubank, Kirk Morgan, Chris Stafford, Richard Templeton, David Givens, Steve Epperly, Roger Weddle, Steve Powell - Hd. Manager, Larry Conner, j.R. Graybill. 01116 61-!85 55,4 278165 - 1979 - so MISS l6'5V5l6lf1! FZIGJ-L SPONSOR N1 tf 2- A , g ...ry - -. . 1 1 ' ' 'r ,J 1 i i - ' 1 A I , -l 'r ,J 3 l I t , ,, The 1979 - 80 Northside Norsemen cheerleaders are from left to right Captain Patty Wadosky, Co - Captain jean Hoer, Greta Sanford, Erin Duncan, Marty Murko, Sharon Presson, Paulette Hale, Shawn Overstreet, Vicki Hicks, Regina Boothe, Kim Hedge, Susan Dowdy, Amy Morton. ff-..4. The cheerleaders show just one of the many stunts they learned at camp over the summer. Cheer- leaders worked long and hard to be able to perform stunts like these for the student body at N.,I.H.S. CHX!! 052427 ZIS WIC!-l H00 2911675 ,H ' - X. 6 ,Fig L ls V3 N A The cheerleaders do a stunt to arouse spirit at the girls basketball game, 7979 7980 ragga This year the Pep Club con- sisted of ap- proximately 150 members. Among their responsibilities are buying or- anges for the players in the home games a n d t r a c k meets. They also make post- ers for games and meets. The members are encouraged to go to all the g a m e s a n d show courtesy, sportsmanship a n d s c h o ol spirit. The Club stresses the showing of courtesy to vis- iting teams. So far this year the Pep Club entered a float in the homecoming p a r a d e a t Northside High School. They also sold pom poms. 41' 'Cllr .1 A-5 fr- T The Pep Club Officers for 1979 - 80 areg President Michelle Weikel, Vice President Sonja Goode SecrctaryV1ck1 Hicks Treasurer Stephanie Morris, Seventh Grade Chairman Dawn Miller Eighth Grade Chairman Patricia Hutcherson, and Ninth Grade Chairman Tammy Gra -In L X ' 1 4-4 1,15 1' 4,1 --'Q fl 'rj-Q-4 ' 'F 'I ' TW' '38 3 4 S I. If!! "E'ff5I! M4115 D5S8l6V5 CHS MOS? YMPKOVED AWAIS -.-,,,-. 1 X- ' --.-iffi-f-. l 'V' 'i x I A ... TIL A.. 1.5 . F- ..-'..i .fa gy .. . ,, , x Y NISSEN my , ,-, , as , , 111' The Northside gymnastics team consists of 20 mem- bers, with only four returning for their 3rd year. Thir- teen of the girls are on the team for their 1st year. They are in the top 3 teams in the district and they have worked very hard to get there. Miss Graube de- scribes the girls as "a good group of girls", adding that the team shows a lot of enthusiasm and good sports- manship. They practice every day for 2 hours and some Saturdays. Miss Graube says the entire team could win "most improved" award. "The girls have really pulled together as a team," says Miss Graube, "and next year we will be a much stron- ger team because the 7th and 8th graders are "lookin' good!" The gymnastics team for 1979-80 is Kim Hedge, Vicki Hicks, Stephanie Starkey, Pam Carter, Greta Sanford, Renita McMillan, Wendy Basham, Lori Conner, Rhonda Robertson, Tracy lobe, Miss Graube, Cindy Darnell, Lynn Anne Basham, Vicki Crosswhite, Beth Young, Debbie Chappelle, Beth Slocum, julie Conner, jennifer Hurt, Michelle Wiekel, Cyndi Burmingham, Shawn Overstreet, Karen Lafferty, Sonya Forbes and Marie Cobble. . . 52,4115 . . . . MISS Q'lZ,4Zll6'6' 57016 J-ffl? GlfJl4fVdlSZ1S"' Rhonda Robinson demonstrates to the gymnastics team the cor- rect way to do a walk-over. 51fmN,4S C165 1979-so i , l l I P151 o l ' l qu- Miss Graube helps Debbie Chappelle to preform a backwards Beth Slgcum does a cartwheel during practice. She certainly makes aerial- it all look easy, doesn't she? C 1 A 5-I-i-1:1 y bb V l li 1-- if t it if ,Qt 1? ' -In V Z pl ij: 1- ...gi .. l y gi 1' 4: ...J i ..i A , -. La I it I .ll l 4- t ,...l 2 :tl t-'h 3' ll ff :ii , -A 1 gl-1 F, i IVA. ' . 1 I I ix Ay l f' l Most Popular: Greg Otey - Shawn Overstreet Best Personality: john Palmeri - Lisa McNutt Most Likely to Succeed: Kent Swink - Ginny Conner ..-If-.S ?? f? Cutest Couple: lulie Morgan - Kent Wilbourne Most Athletic: leff Golden - Diane Beard -,,.-r-'-" 4 A F ' -M'hlW'kI,B' HI Best Looking - Kevin Weeks, Kim Hedge unmest IC e e Ie e nan a e Spirit King and Queen - Patty Wa- dosky, Ken Keesee f 9-V s. 55 QUiefe5Y ' Kafen BOSUCI Doug Kablef Wittiest - Tonda Stennett, Greg Clark f 1 Beavers, Elizabeth 40, 57 Adams, Doug 20 Adams, james 40 Adams, Tim Alexander, james 30 All, David 40, 59 All, joel 20 All, Melissa 30 Alley, David 30 Allison, Suzanne 40, 57 Alteri, Chryse 30 Altice, Keith 40 Ammermann, Peter 20 Anderson, Carl 40 Anderson, Clarke 30 Anderson, Donald 20 Anderson, Mark 20 Andrews, Edwin 30 Andrews, james Andrews, Patricia 40 Archer, jo Ellen Argabright, Kim 30 Arnold, Bruce Arthur, Tammy 40, 57 Arthur, Vicky 40, S7 Ashbrook, Randall 40 Ashwell, Philip 20, 81 Atkins, Ronnie 30 Atkins, Shawn 40 Austin, Timothy 30 Ayers, Michael 40 Ayers, Pam 53, 30 Bailey, David 40 Bain, Stephanie 30 Baker, David 20 Baker, jeff 20 Baker, jerry 40, 59 Baker, Kevin 40 Baker, Mack 40, 59, 81 Baker, Roger 30 Ball, Todd Bandy, Curtis 20 Bandy, Tina 30 Barger, Brian 20, 94 Barger, jennifer 40 Barger, Ray 30, 81 Barker, Sandra 30 Barker, Teresa 40 Barlow, Lee 40 Barnes, Denise 30 Barnes, Melissa 40 Barnes, Mike 20 Barnett, David 40 Barnette, Mark 30, 58 Barnette, Marvin 40 Barton, Constance 40, 59 Barton, Karen 20 Barton, Robin 20 Barton, Teresa Basham, Angela 40 Basham, Wendi 20, 86 Bauer, Daniel 30, 59, 81 Bauman, Dana 8, 20 Beach, Brian 20 Beale, Robin 20 Beard, Diana 63, 62, 19, 2, 88 Beavers, jenny 30, 58, 67 Bell, jon 40 Birmingham, Cyndi 40, B6 Bishop, Greg 20 Bishop, Mitzi 20 Bishop, Ragan 20, 64 Bishop, Robin 40 Bishop, Suzanne 40, 57 Blair, William 20 Blake, Brian 30, 81 Blanchard, Mark 20 Blankenship, Chris 40 Blankenship, David 20 Blankenship, Gregory 40 Blankenship, Wesley 30 Blevins, jeff 40, 81 Blevins, Rebecca 20 Bohannon, William 20 Bohon, Mike Boitnott, Andy 40 Boitnott, Karen 40 Bolden, Amy 30 Bolling, Leah 30 Bond, Barry 20 Bond, Karen 40 Bond, Keith 20 Boone, Charles 20 Boone, Linda 30 Boone, Lisa 30, 58 Booth, Laura 53, 20 Boothe, jeff 20 Boothe, Regina 82, 20 Booze, Robert 20 Bostic, Karen 53, 20 Bourne, Donna 67, 20 Bowles, Gary 30 Bowling, Chris 81 Bowling, Susan 30 Bowman, Greg 21, 20 20, 64, Bowman, Tammy 21 Boyd, Karen 21, 59 Boyd, Mike Bradford, Sam 40 Brady, Barry 30 Bragg, Karen 20 Bray, jimmy Broughman, April 30 Broughman, Chuck 30 Brown, Brian 40 Brown, Diana Brown, james 30 Brown, Leon Brown, Lisa 30 Brown, Mark 40 Brown, Steven 30 Brown, Sue Ellen 38, 53, 30 Brown, Tony 21 Browning, Valerie 40 Broyden, Robert 2, 21 Brua, Wynn 30 Bryant, Connie 30 Bryant, Danny 21 Bryant, Sandra 30 Buchanan, Emily 41 Buchanan, Melanie 53, 21 Burger, Paul 41 Burger, Terry 41 Burnett, Bonnie 21 BUsh, Kimberly 41, S7 Byers, Thomas 21 Cahill, Becky 21 Caldwell, David A. 41 Caldwell, David Chris 41 Caldwell, Thomas Caldwell, Vincent Callahan, Laura 30 Campos, Christine Carle, Wayne 21 Carper, Blair 31 Carper, Mark 21 Carroll, Sherry 31 Carter, Elizabeth 31 Carter, Pam 86 Castell, Barry 31 Cavendish, junior 31 Chapelle, Debra 31 Charlton, Karen 31 Charlton, Marilyn 21 Chittum, Leigh 31, 39 Chittum, Robbie 31 Chumbley, Kitty 31 Church, Clarence Church, D. j. 31 Clark, Deanna 21 Clark, Glenn 21 Clark, Gregory 21, 8B Clark, Pam 31 Clark, Teresa 31 Clark, Thomas Clarkson, Mark 21 Clements, Michael Clifton, David 31 Clifton, jeff 31 Cochran, David 21, 70 Cochran, Edward Cochran, jenni 21 Coffee, Savona 31, S7 Coffman, Neil 31 Coleman, Charlotte 31, 67 Colley, Robert 31 Collins, Donnie 31 Collins, Kevin 21 Collins, Melissa 31 Combs, Denise 21 Combs, Wayne 31 Compton, Beverly 31 Compton, Donald 21 Compton, Michelle 21 Conner , Angela 31 Conner, Craig 31, B1 Conner, Ginny 21, 88 Conner, julie 31, 68, 26 Conner, Larry 21, 81 Conner, Lori 31, B6 Conner, Mike 31 Conner, Traci 31 Cook, Dana 31 Cook, Diana 31 Cooper, Richard 41, 81 Cooper , Thomas 21 Cornett, Richard 41 Corprew, David Correll, Stephen 31 Countiss, Karen 21, 68 Covert, Craig 21 Covert, Kathy 21 Cox, Connie 31 Cox, Donna 21 Craig, Glenda 21 Creasy, Susan 31 Cregar, jeff Crewey, Donna 21 Crews, Dawn Z1 Crosswhite, Vicki 31 Crotts, Andy 31 Crouch, Kathleen 21 Crowder, Calvin 31 Crowder, Catrina 31 Cumhow, Cindy 41 Cunningham, David 41, 81 Dalton, Greg 31 Dalton, james 31 Dalton, john 41 Dalton, Raymond 21, 70 Damewood, David 31, 81 Damewood, Lisa Gayle 21 Danielson, lan 41, 57 Darnall, Cindy 31, 70, 86 Darnell, Linda 53, 31 Darnell, Wallace 21 Davis, Garland 41 Davis, Harvy 31 Davis, Kathy Lynn 22 Davis, Keith 41 Davis, Missy 22 Deberry, Timothy 22 Deberry, Todd 41 Deck, jeff 41 Dehart, Davis Deininger, Eric Delco, Elaine DeWeese, Calvin Dillion, jennifer 41 Divers, Mike 41, 59, 81 Dooley, james Dooley, Niles 41 Dooley, Robert Dotson, Larry 22 Dowdy, Susan B2 Dowell, Tracie Dreyer, Scott 22 Duffy, Randall 41 Dulaney, Paul 22 Duncan, Erin B2, 22, 68 Duncan, Richard Eanes, Billie 41 Earls, Mistie 41, 59 Echols, Vicky 22 Edwards, Karen 41 Elliott, Cindy 29, 32, 3 Elliott, Greg 32 Ellis, Mark 32, sa Ellis, Wanda 41 Elmore, Andrea 42, 57 Emick, Chris 32 Engleman, Kim 22 Epperly, Steve 32, 81 Etter, jessee Etter, Shane 32 Eubank, Donald 42, 81 Evans, Lelia 22 Ewing, Susan 42 Faery, Annemarie 6, 7, 22 Faery, Rick 32, 50 Falls, Brian 32 Farley, Amy 42 Farley, Katherine 42 Farmer, Ginger 22 Farmer, Sheri 42 Farmer, Tony 32, 81 Faucette, Todd 32 Fause, Henry 22 Feazell, jeff 32 Ferrell, Kenny 32 Fink, Dawn 32 Finly, Stephanie 42, 57 Finney, Angela 22 Firebaugh, Scott 42 Firestone, Becky 22 Fisher, Curry 22 Fitzgerald, Brenda Fitzhenry, Karen Fleshman, Rhonda 32 Flinchum, Rhonda 32 Flora, Michael 22 Foley, jandel Foley, Lea 42, Forbes, Sonya 22 Foster, Thomas Foutz, janet Fox, Patricia 32 Francisco, Brenda 57, 22 Francisco, Denise 42 Francisco, Linda 57, 42 Francisco, Richard Francisco, Ricky Francisco, Timothy 22 Franklin, Keith 22 Frazier, Brian 72 Garman, Greg 42 Carman, Hope Elaine 22 Garman, Melanie 32 Garman, Steven 22 Garraghty, David 32 Garrett, Mary 32 Garrett, Michele 53, 32 Garrison, Kathy 32 Garst, Clay 32 Garst, Paul 22 Gattoni, Robert 58 Gauldin, Carol 32 Gearhart, Corey Gearheart, Todd 32 Gibson, Cindy Gibson, john 32 Gibson, Sharon 32 Gibson, Trinda S4 Gilbert, Anthony Gilbert, Charles 32 Gillespie, Tony 32 Gilley, Catherine 32 Givens, David 72 Glass, Connie 32 Glesner, Sharon 42 Gniazdowski, jean 32 Gniazdowski, Lisa 42 Goad, Robin 33 Gobble, Marie 42, B6 Gobble, Mark 22 Golden Goode, Donald 22, 64 Goode, Katrina 42, 54 Goode, Sonia 19, 22, 84 Graham, Tami 53, 22, 84 Graham, Wendy 32, 64 Gray, Brendon 42 Graybill, j. R. 32 Greenway, Tim 32 Gregory, Constance Gribben, Cindy 22 Grim, Amy 33 Grim, Sid 42 Groves, Eric 42, 59 Gwaltney, Tamara Habel, Belinda Hackett, Carol 33 Hagec, Doug Haines, Marie 33, 58 Hairston, Melissa 42, 59 Hale, Hale, Hale, Hale, Hale, Hale Hale Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, 7 S Brian 22, 01, 89 Dennis 22 Karen 22 Laura 42 Lillian Paulette 33, , Doug 22, 72 Elizabeth 33 Jimmy 42 Reggie Ronnie 42 Stefanie 33 Stephen 23, 72, 81 Halsey, Pamela 33 Ham, Allan 33 Hamilton, Karen 23 Hamilton, Neil 42 ,1eff73, 2, 22,72 Hodge, Regina 23 Hodges, Clinton Hodges, Doug 33 Hodges, Laura 23 Hodges, Virginia Hoer, jean 82, 33 Hofheinz, Kenny Hoge, Pamela 53, 33 Hoke, Wendy 66, 19, 2, 23 68 Holdren, Betty 23 Holmes, Susie 23 Holsberg, Steve 33, 81 Holt, james 33 . Holt, Patti 23 Holt, Teresa 43 Hopkins, Sherri 43 Hostutler, Steve 43 Howard, john Howard, Billy 23, 80 Howell, Harvey 33, S8 Huddleston, Donna 43 Hudgins, Neca 43 Hudson, john 43 Huff, Terry P. 43 Hufl, Terry W. 43 Huffman, jerry 43 Huffman, Keith 43 Hughes, Richard 73, 23, 72 Hull, Kathy 23 Humphrey, Kena 33 Humphrey, Stevcn Humphrey, Wendy 33 Hurd, Mike 43 Hurley, Kerry 43 Hurley, Wayne 43, 59 Hurt, Deborah 33 Hurt, james 33 Hurt, jennifer 33, 86 Husted, Lisa Husted, Sherry Hutcherson, Hank 33, 72 Hutcherson, Patricia 33, 84 lngwersen, jean 43, S4 jackson, jeffrey 43 james, joanne 23 james, Marshall 43 lannay, Tanya 23 janney, Mark 23 janney, Rhonda 43 jarvis, Dayna 33 jefferson, Patricia 43 jenkins, Gary 23 jennings, Deborah 33 jobe, Tracy 6, 7, 23, 4, 86 johnson, Bruce 33 johnson, Denise 53, 23 johnson, Elizabeth 33 johnson, Greg 43 johnson, joyce 43, 64, 59 johnson, Mike 33 johnson, Samuel johnson, Teresa 43 Kyle, Kevin 34 Laduct, Kenneth 59, B1 Lafferty, Karen 24, B6 johnson, Wanda 43 Craig, Glenn 21, 72 Craighead, Beverly 53, 21, 67 Craighead, Karen 31 Cramer, Kelly 31 Crawford, Valeria 41 Creasy, Melissa Furrow, Ana 22 Furrow, Eddie Furrow, joy 32 Galbraith, Dennis Gallion, Andy 32 Garlington, Andrew Hamilton, Scott 23, 72 Hamlen, jenny 63, 23, 58 Hammer, Michael 70 Hannah, Dale 33 Hansel, Ben 23, 70 Haranzo, john 23, 72 Harnesberger, Hugh Harnesberger, Andy 42, 59 Harris, Barbara 42 Harris, Crystal 42 Harris, Dennis 42, S7 Harris, Lisa 42, S4 Harris, Robert 42, 54 Hart, Billy 42 Hart, Neal 33 Hartless, Vickie 33 Hartman, Lisa 33 Hash, Heather 8, 23, 58 Haskins, johnny 42 Hawkins, Angelia 42 Hayden, Kimberly 42, S7 Haynes, Matt 73, 74, 23 Hecker, Tammy Hedge, Kim 17, sz, 23, as, Heldreth, Ryan 23, Henley, jon S8 Hensley, Bryon 70 Hensley, Paula 23 Herron, Eddie 43 Herron, Toni 23 Hicks, Eric Hicks, Melissa 53, 33 Hicks, vacki 67, az, 23, a4, sa, as Hiler, Todd 23 Hill, David 43 Hill, Ginger 43 Hill, Pamela 33 Hill, Randy 33 Hite, Cynthia jones, Clinton 23 jones Delena 23 jones, Donald jones, jay 33 jones, Katherine 43 jones, Martha 33 jones, Mike 34 jones, Rosalind jordan, Bridget 43, 59 journell, Alex 34 journell, Tracy 23 Kabler, Doug 23, 89, 11 Kabler, Martha 43 Kalafut, Thomas Keaton, Anthony S8 Keene, Beverly 43 Keene, Harold 23 Keesee, Keith 43, 54 Keesee, Ken 23, 70, 72, 89 Keith, Karen 23 Kelley, Tim 34 Kelly, Mike Kenan, Steve 23, 81 Kendrick, Scott 43 Kessinger, jeff 34 Kincer, Todd 24 Kincer, Tony 34 King, Betty 34 King, Brenda 43, 57 King, Carla 43 King, Emry 43 King, Tony 43 King, Tracy 34, 5B Kohl, Rhonda 43 Kotheimer, Brett 24 Kragh, Bonnie 34 Kurtz, Michael 44 Lakes, Roger 44 Lammey, Gale 44 Land, Mark Laprade, Donna 10 Lavinder, Marie 24 Lawrence, Sherry 44 Lawson, Kyna 24 Lawson, Rhonda 34 Layman, lon 34 Layman, Linda 34 Layne, David 24 Lee, Miclmz-l 24 Lcllore, Tommy 34 Leginus, Kenny 24 Lendir, Rolit-it Leslcr, james 24, 72 Lewis, Vareni 44 Lilly, Lisa 44 Lockhart, lell 58 Long, lean 44 Long, Vivian 34 Looney, Aaron 44 Lorton, Donald Lowery, Brian 34 Lucas, David 44, 57 Lucas, Dori 44, 54 lucas, julio 54 Lucas, Pam 24, S7 Lynch, jennifer 34 Lynn, Kevin 34 Maclfarlaml, Dawn 34 Madagon, luntvy 24, 3 Madden, Arlelv 34 Maloney, Catherine 44 Manley Doug 44 Manuel, Roger 24, 72 Martin, Bridget 44 Martin, Chzirminv 34 Martin, David 34 Martin, Elizabeth 34 Martin, Frt-da 24 Martin lame-s 34 Martin, james 44 Martin, lay 2-1 Martin, Sharon 24 Martin, Stephanie 24 Martin, Teresa 24 Mason, Mark 44 Massie, Teresa 34 Maxey, Stephen 44 Maycork , Mayorshi, Sheri 24, 64, 57 Susan 44 Mays, Troy 24 McAllister, Doug 24 McAllister, Kim 34 McCauley, Tim 34, 58 McCraw, Lisa 34 McDaniel, D1-nnis 24 McDaniel, Donna 44 McDaniel, Dwayne McDaniel , Kevin 44,72 McDaniel, Mnrslmll McDaniel, Miki' 24, 81 McDaniel, Pam 34 Suttles, Mcfalls, Tim 34 McGalliard, Windsor 24 McGee, Tim 34 McGhee, Cora 24 McGhee, Furevna McGuire, David McGuire, Patrick McGuire, Todd 44 McC.uirt, Iolm 24 Morton, Rnhin 25, 53 Morton, Susan 66, 25, 67 Mounicastlc, Donald Mullen, Cindy 44 Mundy, Carla 44 Murdock, Mike 35 Mtirko, Marty 82, 25 Murphy, lonathan 44 Murray, Doug 35 Murray, Greg 25 Murray, lc-nnifor 62, 63, 25, 04 Murray, limmy 44 Murrell, Tony 44 Myers, Kimberly 25 Myers, Tammy 44 Neely, Randal 35, 58, 57 Nec-so, Mark 35 Nelson, Chris 35 Nelson, l.isa 53 Newcomb, Chris 34 Nirhols, Robbie 44 Nichols, Sandra 35 Niningvr, Chris 25, 80 Noble, Steve 25 Novel, Chip 44 Nnwlin, Alicia 25 Nye, lasun 25 Obenchairt, Amber 44 Ohl, Melissa 35, 58 Oliver, lanvna 45 Orange, Cathy 25 Orange, Stcvc 25 Orange, Todd 45 Osborne, Michael 45 Ostvrhoutlt, Katrina 45 Otey, omg 73, 25, 72, ua Ouellette, Miki' 35 Overslrc-et, Kim 25 Oversircct, Shawn 25, 88, 86 Owens, lisa Oylcr, Mark 45, 35, B1 Oyler, Milu- S0 Oyler, Yvonne 53, 35 Pallord, Terry 24, 81 Painter, Melissa 25 Palmer, Cathy 25 Palmieri, lohn 25 Palufh, Kristine Panncl, Traruy 35 Parker, Michael 25 Parr, Denise 25 Parr, Duane 24 Paschal, Brady 25 Paschal, Sharon 45 Patrick, Kim 25 Patton, Rhonda 53, 35 Patton, Teddy 45 Paul, Willil' 35, 58, 70 Pedigo, Kim 53, 35 Pedigo, Lisa 45 Perry, David 45 Pelletier, lulie 35 Pendrcy, Deanna Lynne 8, 25 Penturff, Barbara 25 Pcroulas, Patricia 63, 69, 25, 64, 38 Pi-rry, Miki- Pctcrs, Lynnelta 45 Peverall, Troy 25 Phillips, lell 45 Phillips, lohn 35 Mckaughan, Wendy 24 McKee, Mike MCKinn1-y, Dan 24 McKinney, Steve Mclaughlin, Harper 24 McMillan, jamie Mt'Mlllan, Rom-tai 24, 86 McNulty, Lorune 44, 64 ML'Nutt, l.isa 24, 54, 68, BB Meador, Edward Meador, Melissa 44 Mcadors. Sonora 24, 57 Messimcr, Lev 24 Milan, Patricia 53, 34 Miles, Iell 24, 58, 72 Millchan, Angela 44 Miller, Dawn 44, 84, 39 Miller, Rolwrt 44 Mills, Lance Mislclc, Dania-Ile 24, 4 Mitchell, Bn-nt J4 Mitchell, Mc-linda 29 Mitchem, Rohr-rt 24 Montgomery, Alive Mooney, jamie 24 Moore, Lisa 24 Morgan, lamcs 24 Morgan, luliv 72, B8 Morgan, Kirk 72 Morgan, Melissa 24 Morris, Dennis 35 Morris, Michelle 44 Morris, Stephanie- 24, 4, 84 Morton, Amy 82, 35 Morton, Ellen 44, 67 Phillos, Angello 25 Pierce, Doug 35 Pierce, Harvey 45 Pierce, Ricky 35, 81 Pierce, Rost- Mary 25 Pierce, Wayne Pleasants, Mark 35 Plunket Plunkel Plunket i, Alisa 53, 35 t, Henry 45 t, Randy 35 Pofl, lack Foindexler, Vonne 25 Poling, Porter, Porter, Powell, Powers, Powers, Powers, Powers, Inhn 25 Michael 45 Mike 25, 59 Su-vi' 8, 81 Loren 45, 59 Miki- 45 Slew 35, 72 Tammy 45 Pray, Glenn 35 Presson, Sharon 82, 35 Price, Danny 25, 72, 72 Price, Larry 25 Price, Sandra 25 Prince, Pritchar Prochas Virkz-y 35 d, Michelle ka, Nancy Puckett, Debbie 25 Puckett, Eugene 12 Pugh, Dchhy 25 Quesen berry, Gary 27 Ragland, Dale 27, 58 Rakes, Mike 12 Ratclifl, Karen 27 Ratlifl, David 27 Ratlilf, Donna 35, 57 Ratlill, Teresa 12, 57 Rallill, Tony 12, 81 Ray, Roberta '12 Recd, Bryan 35 Reed, Tim 12 Reese, Eric 35 Reid, Tony 12 Repiquc, Angie 27 Reynolds, Kathryn 53, 35 Reynolds, Paul 27 Rhodes, Greg 12 Rice, Donald 27, 72 Richards, Alicia 27, 67 Richards, john Richards, Philip 36 Richardson, Kyle 27 Richmond, lerry 35 Rickman, ludy Riddle, Ielf 35 Rillel, Kim 53, 35 Robbins, lcllrcy 36 Robbins, lohn 27 Roberts, Tony 36 Roberts, Wayne Robetson, loseph 27 Robertson, Rhonda 12, 87 Robinson, Charles 27, 81 Robinson, Deborah 35 Rocchi, Karcn 36 Rodgers, Mark 27 Rodgers, William 36 Ross, Angela Roy, Susan Ruble, Michael 27 Runions, Glen 45 Runyon, Sherry 27 Russ, Lori 45 Ryan, Karen 45 Ryan, Tim 27 Salycrs, Mary 64, 68 Salyers, Rachel 45, 64, 57 Sampang, Butch Sandy, Greg 45 Sandy, Patricia 38 Sanford, Greta 92, 86 Sarver, jenny 45 Saul, Stephanie 45 Saunders, Danny 45 Saunders, Kenneth 81 Saunders, Mike 45 Saunders, Robert Sawyer, Lisa 45 Scales, Tim Schulw, Bernard Scott, Derrick Searight, Debbie 46 Searight, Scott 50, 27 Selkirk, Mark S8 Shadler, Sandra Shanks, loo 72 Shanks, Tracy 70 Shannon, Eva 27 Shay, Mark 57 Shaver, lerry 27, 81 Sheffield, Eric 27 Shelden, james 27 Shelton, Kelly 46, B1 Shepard, Amy 46 Shephard, Dickie 27 Sherman, Tim 58 Shockley, Wesley 27 Shoemaker, Marcel 27 Shores, Rosemary 57 Shupe, john 27 Shupe, Mason 27 Silvey, Gabrielle Silvey, Robin 27 Simmons, David 46 Simmons, Kim 27 Simiitons, Lawrence Simpkins, Steve 46 Simpson, Cara Lee Simpson, Tracy 36, 58, 57 Simon, Bruce 36 Sink, David 36 Sink, Mark 36 Sixl-ic-y, Steve 46 Sizemore, Lee 46, 59 Sizemore, Mike 36, 81 Skelton, Michelle 27 Slate, Wayne 36 Slaughter, Chris 36, 81 Sledd, Amanda 46, S7 Sloan, Tammie 36, 68 Sloan, Todd 27 Sloane, Elleu 46 Sloane, lrene 36 Slocum, Beth 27, 87, 86 Slusher, Beth 46, 59 Slushcr, Ronnie 46 Smith, Angela 36 Smith, Ashby 46 Smith, Connie 36 Smith, David 27, Bl Smith, jeff 36 Smith, Melissa 46, S7 Smith, Michele Lynn 27 Smith, Olivia 53, 27 Smith, Rhonda Smith, S hawn 46 Smith, Tony Smith, Vic 36, 70, 72, 81 Snapp, I Snodgra inger 46 ss, Ioella 46 Sollie, David 27 Solomon, Michelle 46 Sowers, Sowers, Sowers, Sowers, Sowers, Spa nglc Spangle Spangle Spence, Kandy 36 Keith 27 Lisa 27 Tammy 28 Tim 37 r, Mark 28 r, Sherry L, r, Sherry M. Darryl 26 Spence, Matt 36 Spence, Stephen Spencer, Scott 37 Spencer, Todd 46 Spichek, jeff 46 Spradling, Chris 26, 81 Stafford, Chris 26, 81 Stallard, Dawn 37 Stalnakcr, David 46 Stalnaker, Donnie 26 Stampcr, Teresa 26 Stamus, Stamus, Melanie 37 Stephanie 26, 68 Slanger, Kathy 26 Stanley, lack 2 Stanley, Melissa 50 Stanley, Mike 46 Starkey, Stephanie 26, 26, 86 St.Clair, David 26 St.Cyr, Beth 26, 58 Sieinrnetz, lohn 37 Slennett, Becky 26 Stcnneu, Tonda 26, 89 Stevens, Connie 37 Stevens, Elizabeth 37, 37, 57 Stevens, jimmy 50, 37 Stinnett, Laura 37 Stinnett, jimmy 46 Slokely, Lisa 37, 37 Stone, Blair 37, 37, 57, 81 Storey, Ben 46 Stover, Bobby 46 Strilesky, lefl 37, 37, 55 Strom, jeffrey 26 Strom, Timothy 46 Stuart, Lanora 53 Studebaker, Tanya 26 Stultz, Ronnie 26 Stump, Suzette 26 Stump, Wendy 28, 37, 37, 3 Sullivan, jimmy 37, 37, 81 Sullivan, Kimberly 37, 37, 58 Sullivan, Timothy David 46 Swank, Sarah 46 Sweeney, jodi 46 Sweetenberg, Angela 53, 37, Sweetenberg, Mark 37 Swcetenberg, Renee 26, 68 Sweets-nberg, Sophi 53, 68 swink, Kem 26, 70, aa, 94 Switzer, james 26 Tartcr, Sherry 46 Tate, Donald Taylor, Amy 46 Taylor, Andrew Taylor, Sarah 37, 58 Templeton, Richard 46, B1 Thomas, Brian 46 Thomas, Greg Thomas, Kevin 26, 72 Thomas, Mark 37, 81 Thomas, Robin 26 Thomas, Shawn 37 Thomas, Steven 46 Thompson, lean 37, 38 Thompson, jerry 37 Tolbert, Terri 46 Tollcy, David 46 Tollcy, jennifer 26, 4 Tomaras, Terry Toohig, Aimee 46 Totten, Karen 47, 59 Tracy, lack Travis, Teresa 26 Traxel, jerry Tuck, Cheryl 47 Tuck, Karen 47 Tuck, Kimberly 47 Tuck, Lisa 26 Tucker, Angela 53, 26 Tucker, Christine 37 Turley, Kimberly 47 Turner, Amanda 47 Turner, john 37 Turner, Tim 37 Tuttle, Kevin 37 Tyree, lack 47 Tyree, lerry 26, 72, 70 Ulrey, julie 37 Underwood, Sherry 37 Updike, Robin 37 Vessey, Robyn 26, 67 Via, Ellyson 47, 57 Wade, Scott 47 Wadosky, Patrice 2, 82, 26 4 89 Wainscott, Karen 26 Wainscott, Ricky 37 Walden, Hunter 26 Walker, Bruce 26, 58 Walker, Dana 37 Walker, Dennis 26 Walker, Kevin 26 Walker, Melissa 26, 67 Wallace, Scott 75, 27 Walters, Kathryn 27 Ward, Barry Ward, Michael Watkins, Steven 37 Watts, johnny 47 Watts, Mitzi 28 Watts, Toni 47, 59, 39 Webb, Dawn 28 Webb, Denise 37 Webber, Timothy 28 Webster, Shelia B, 28 Weddle, Roger 37, B1 Weeks, Keith 37, 81 Weeks, Kevin 73, 28, 37, 7" 81 89 Weikel, Michele 28, 26, 4 84 89 B6 Welch, Wayne 37 Wells, Kevin Wendland, Antonio 37 Wenger, Mark Wertz, Douglas 38 West, Crystal 53, 28 Westmoreland, Lisa 38 White, Robert 8, 38 Whitenack, Carl 47 Whitt, William Wickham, Mark 47 Wickham, Vicki 4 Wilbourne, Keith 28 Wilbourne, Kent 28, 88 wilhelm, Christine 47 Wilhelm, Mary Kay 38 Wilkerson, Robbie 47, 59 Wilks, Darrell 47 Williams, Arthur 38 Williams, Chris 38, 81 Williams, Delana 28, 57 Williams, Douglas 38 Williams, Gloria Williams, lean 47 Williamson, Mike 47 Williamson, Nancy 47, 57 Wills, Gregory Wimmer, Allen 38 Wilson, Deborah 53 Wilson, Greg 28 Wilson, Wayne 47 Wimmcr, Ielf 59 Wimmer, Susan Wingfield, Larry 47 Winter, Dawn 53, 28 win, Todd ze, 72 Wisely, Richard 38 Wittwer, Melissa 28 Wobensmith, Gary Wohlford, Dale 47 Wohlford, Tondra Wolf, Deborah 47 Wolfe, Toni 47 Wood, Dean 38 Wood, Greg 38 Woodson, William 47 Woolbridge, Steven 28 Woolwine, Donald Woolwine, Kelly 47, 59 Woolwine, Mike 38 Wooten, Robert 47 Worley, james Worrell, Susan 38 Wren, Elaine 53 Wright, Chad 59 Wright, Dana 47 Wright, jeffrey 28, 81, 80 Wright, Mark 38 Wright, Teresa 38 Yopp, julie 47 Young, Beth 38 Young, Jeffrey 28 Young, Lisa 47 Young, Patty 28 Young, Paula 38 Young, Reid 38 Young, Rod 38, 58 5461117 CL! GLHNKES AND P0555 Laura Adamy 'Ipi' - au ' AN-. Gladys Morris Ellen Graube LLL Lmda Lapead DOH Dyer 2 ll So the year has almost ended. Many things are the same. Again we're the undefeated champions in football and girl's basketball. The boys basketball team lost only one game and still we're the season champions. Among some of the surprises was a somewhat milder winter as compared to last year. The snow did not come till late in january. Up until then the weather was relatively warm. The gymnastics team has really done well again. Some surprising new talent came from some of the newer mem- bers. As few of the veteran members surprised us too. Many students started packing their own lunches, something new to many of them. School lunches went up to sixty-five cents, so the students decid- ed to save their money for better things. Fewer students were enrolled here this year. This meant many of us lost some good friends, but in spite of this we all still made many new friends. No matter what happened this year, it will always be remembered. This is Mrs. Gill alone in her chair, trying to smile, for that man over there fthe photographerl. I l - f . LOOK MA, NO HANDS! Mr. Summerville demonstrates lprobably for the umpteenth timei to his gym class the correct way to hurdle a hurdle. Students were expected to master the secrets of track over a period of 2 to 3 weeks. J A L ' Typical tenstive typists type tediously to tell their teacher that they too can type the teacher's tasks. .1 l From the looks on some of our employees faces, life at Northside is not all work and no play. Right, Mr. "l"! is mvfsff W7 aff ,4 904116 , , ' E .N l.f'.f-JJ Y 7 KHQSQW H . l' ll-ll 14-5- As you can tell by the students happy and excited faces,1he lunch break is one of the favorite times of the day. Some are even taking time to study. Kent Swink seems to be solving the world's problems while Doug Kabler studies. 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