Northwestern High School - Aeneid Yearbook (Rock Hill, SC)

 - Class of 1975

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ORGANIZATIONS ....... .... ATHLETICS ............. .... CLASSES ......... .... Seniors ....... .... Juniors ........... .... Sophomores ...... .... ETCETERA ...... .... Dedication X M.. W ' si- A X' 'X 4 QM. Y V Page Two I 1--is, X I - ,,.. Igjf' gf i A g l w-...M ,..,m l sf- .. X N KX si' K ' . w i . if ww ii - a....s..mg..t..s.sy The Senior Glass of 1975 has over- whelmingly voted to dedicate the 1975 Aeneid to Mrs. Barbara G. Steele. Al- though she was married last year, Mrs. Steele is still often referred to as "Miss Grantn by those Trojans who have known her prior to this year. By either name, however, she is very well known and well liked by practically everyone at Northwestern, both as a teacher and a friend. No matter how busy she is, Mrs. Steele is always wil- ling, with a smile, to help students with their math problems or aid in any other area in which assistance is needed. Evidence of her numerous contribu- tions to Northwestern is apparent in almost every aspect of our school. Since the foundation of Northwestern, she has been one of the sponsors ofthe Pep Club and up until this year, she was varsity cheerleader sponsor. Last year, Mrs. Steele helped extensively in the planning and decoration for the Junior-Senior Prom and this year she was responsible for organizing the Homecoming events. The Senior Class is proud to dedicate the Aeneid '75 to such an active, and devoted Trojan as Mrs. Barbara Steele. 7 v 4 'B QQ ,,, ,Ns .V .ii . , .1 'Q tj? . T ig - f Q . if fin X Nw ...N XYXKWNYQXXX v,..5X..,.,5XNEXQS, ki . sexy fp 3 , ff " . ,M XP' V, fi -.Q vfwgrfg- gg. :, - j sry ir- if X X NX.-:X K K Lx ..X,X- XF , .K w m ' X, 1' 'ff X FQKX QNX X a r f x 5 ff i K - , X ..g- IL- X . lQ X X 1 Fixx- . - -:Xt-' XXXX 1 M . m.i. sf sf!!! 113 -XX QXX 'X X X . . XWQX XX XXX X ww X XX gh X X4 X, SVS X. I Six? X X X X X 2 X X k X X X X X X X ' 1 icz, X .. X, W .,... 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Q. . .J , ii X A . ,Q . g in , Q. fix N A, , Q ' -ig ,A ' ' 52 A" K ' Lf. . ,fi 9 ,L 5'-K1-V150 ' fl '?',.,h?Qg,K Y' ,s H,- Administration dministration Sets District Policies Rock Hill School District Three School Board of Trustees, Iej? to right: Reveren Frank Kiser, Mr. Jeff Savage, Dot Morton, recording secretary, Mr. Edgar Wi Assistant Superintendents, left to right: Mr. William E. Elder, Mr. Belton R. Taylor, and Dr. Edward Mazurek. Page Twelve Superintendent Jeff Savage . - if i UL' fi Page Thirteen Principal Mr. Foster Is Always On The Ball! A vital figure behind Northwest- ern's efficient operation is its head principal, Mr. Samuel R. Foster. He is well-known around the school from his friendly greetings in the halls to his "Pardon me for a moment please," over the P.A. In addition to being di- rectly involved in student affairs, Mr. Foster is also concerned with supervis- ing the faculty and staff, and coordinat- ing school activities. gi. Assistant Principals r. Oates and Mr. Couick Take Care Gf Business l A familar figure in the Northwestern parking lot each morning is Mr. Tommy Oates, one of our assistant principals. Along with his duty of supervising the parking lot, he is also concerned with student discipline and attendance problems. Our other assistant principal, Mr. Jerry Couick, has completed his first year with us here at Northwestern. His areas of responsibility include trans- portation, buildings and grounds, and textbook distribution. I7 Mr. Oates goes to any lengths to get what he wants! 25 A typical gesture of Mr. Oates as he directs traffic in the parking lot. 35 Mr. Couick debates over whether or not to disobey the sign and feed the animals! 2 Page Fourteen VY 3 With The Computer's Help, Counselors Schedule, and Re-schedule, and . Schedules! Schedules! Schedules! This is just one of the many daily dilemmas which face the guidance counselors. With the quinmester system they are also confronted with countless course selection opportunities and computerized report cards. Each counselor sponsors a class. Mrs. Ticktin sponsors the Senior Class. She informs these students of scholarship opportunities and prepares them for college. She aids in the ordering of graduation supplies and is the director of the commencement ceremonies. Coach Jenkins has a vital job in working with the Junior Class. He administers stan- darized tests, such as the career profile test. He also aids in the ordering of high school rings and is responsible for the planning of the Junior-Senior prom held annually in each spring. Mrs. Hilton sponsors the Sophomore Class. She helps these students in making the transition from Junior High to Northwestern and also aids them in preparing to fulfill the necessary requirements for graduation. X 5-5M...g:: ,K 900 2 IJ Mrs. Sue Hilton - Sophomore Class Counselor. 27 Mrs. Mary Lee Ticktin - Senior Class Counselor. 35 Coach Bob Jenkins - Junior Class Counselor. --4 K 3 Page Fween - Rim Ii ,V X 4 ,V ,ft ,A iw U . . ' V 'g , -I-Za:-3,1 W -1 Efflclent Secretarles Keep Gfflce Running Smoothly Calling parents, making announce- ments, arranging appointments, taking lunch money. and scheduling next quin courses are all part of the tre- mendous tasks handled by the four Northwestern secretaries. Mrs. Jameison serves as personal secretary to Mr. Foster, while Mrs. Murphy is employed as a bookkeeper. Mrs. Kyle's receptionist duties vary accord- ing to the circumstances. Mrs. Yon- gue, scheduling clerk, works with the counselors in planning the quin pro- gram. Because of their efficiency. the office is operated in a smooth orderly fashion and the visiting public is greeted with a smile. IJ Mrs. Yongue 21 "Northwestern High School. may l help you ?" 33 Mrs. Kyle 4D Mrs. Jameison 53 Mrs. Murphy e 1 E 3 4 ggi' in eeee , M,-5 V 4- Secretaries Y, 1 L fx M327 P '3 1 I Page Seventeen w 1 Engl ish To The English ovel 5 6 i ,X Page Nineteen The English department provides a wide variety of course offerings. From these a student may select those in which he is most interested. Several changes have been made in course of- ferings and course credits. Students taking speech and drama courses, such as Technical Theater, Basic Drama- tics, Sounds of the English Language and Communication I 84 ll, received elective credits rather than English credit. During the second quin, Northwest- ern was fortunate to have Dr. Petti- grew, a professor at Winthrop, teach Advanced Short Stories. I3 Mr. McGill, Mrs. Fern's student teacher. 23 Reading improvement students hear lesson on the listening center. 33 Dr.Pettigrcw 43 Mrs. Gainey 53 Mrs. Peggy Fern 63 Mr. Vernon Sumwalt 73 Mrs. Foster. Eglh , 1 l From Expository To Creative Writing v 1 7 4 English 13 Mrs. Martha Hoskins 23 Mrs. Bessie Meeks 33 Mrs. Witherspoon 43 English students smile at photographer 53 Mrs. Martha Lattam 63 Miss Ouida Ott 73 Mrs. Mary Ann Throgmorton 83 Mrs. Gulledge Page Twenty One i Homemaking At Northwestern, students have more of a variety of courses from which to choose. This year such courses as Family and Community Health, Consumer Education, Cloth- ing Construction II, Textiles, Tailor- ing and Advanced Clothing being taught for the first time. These plus the many other Home Economics courses aid students in preparing for the fast changing world ahead. ll Mrs. Dixon 23 Kathy Hayslett applies her newly learned sewing skills. 31 Mrs. Roach helps students prepare a meal. 41 Mrs. Roach 5-3 N 0 1 f .gs .zu fi .ua 433 9 Ev .f .f 5 M 4 As ig .. . ,,,y ff' 4? ,I Q 94 1 Q , K 4' 4 fi 7 HL , ,.. I+ ,5 1, 0,655 ,J 2 '..i'J if , iigf 1 I : GV, ,.N I 90 Nmx xxx. X - ,,,, JZ Q xv' an ,fi fvh Ng. """!Qf: fX - ,' , x ,.. i 1 ' S-x-N W N N Study Hall and Special Education Teachers Exhibit Trojan Pride mrs S :gf px' se ' -5 Y QQ? X ,.r, , ' v ' 5' QNHQLQNWX 5 . Xl if .S s r ., , I I lj Mrs. Mary Lee Isom - Special Education 23 Mrs. Marjorie Kartus - Study Hall 35 Mrs. Nellie Myers - Study Hall 3 Page Twenty Six -.NN Foreign Language Deutsch Espaiiol Francais At Northwestern courses in Ger- man, Spanish, and French are offered. Through these courses, students learn not only how to speak and write a specific foreign language, but also about the countries, cultures, and peoples surrounding the language. Foreign language courses provide stu- dents with an increased understanding ing their outlook on life. al- fs. 3 lj Student teacher, Susan Lecher, helps Bess Lane with French. 25 Mrs. Sara Castillo 37 Heyward Parrish contemplates what life may be like in Spain. Page Twenty Seven of their own language while broaden- Foreign Language M www IJ "l'll sic Wolfie on you for this!" 27 Mrs. Margaret Jennings 31 Mrs. Pamela Winders Page Twenty Eight I -1 H is. .. fx EE 'F' H" .Ni ls my 2 A ia x .1 wh W, Ai AN QW, 'Ralf-A fs x , FQ X Xxx if xx N xxx x x Ki USS - as N Q? W' v x . Sag, x x f?fvQ'?1T yw J,4M 'Q 7 ish ' . 'fi M A xx N -x x . wwxwwww-wx Nwmwww :its x x 'Xa' 1 wif X m s Q- x XFX mf --3-fi .x ...L -. Y .ffgg I .?" ' ,Q 5, W- The Field of Science As the field of science steadily ex- pands. the Northwestern Science de- partment does likewise. Such courses as Botany. Cell Biology, and Animal Structure are offered in the Biological Sciences. ln Botany, field trips were planned which led to a more indepth study of the structures the students were currently studying. Cell Biology offered the students a chance to learn .. more about the cells which make up ' ' X the human body. In Animal Structure .3 if i advanced dissections were planned to s broaden the students' interests in the structures and functions of the vari- - ri ous parts ot' an animal's body. K Experiments were conducted in f f Chemistry and Physics to determine whether chemical or physical changes i .5 were taking place within certain ele- 5, Q I' ments and to determine the friction Qi xx X and force of an object. Biology ll which is a continuation of Biology I was an added extra for seniors this year. ll Mrs. Kittye Newton 23 Mrs. Barbara Boul- ware 33 Mrs. Martha Elliot 2 3 Page Thirty wx, We fi S -x in N Q' N 'AS M Business Education Students Learn Cobect Typing Procedures l 2 Page Thirty Two Business education is a field which many students are selecting. Courses such as typing, shorthand, and economics are offered to the students to give them a head start on their post high school plans. IJ Mrs. Osborne aids students in various ways. 21 Mrs. Lillie Osborne History Expanding Curriculum Offers a Wide Variety of Courses History is one of the most en- lightening fields of study at North- western. Students have the opportun- ity to journey into the Middle Ages, learn about the Civil War. or even to study such current events as Water- gate and the resignation of former President Richard Nixon. Courses are offered in order to broaden a students historical horizon. Psychology student's study the reactions of the mind. They learn about such things as complexes, dis- cipline and various other problems of everyday life. I5 Mrs. Wheeles 25 Mr. John Daurity 33 Mrs. Wilson ' s N fir r ta agxf in iz x 4 x ,unixs un :mx 5 I Q .AK N A I ii - 4 ' 4 4 .1 W R. If .XRD l'0 Tlllz Pktiltlll NNI! 'rx I uclsunvf isszfmqi, HF umvru sum movioummy PCI- 2 3 Page Thirty Three 1'-I-swf" -I I IJ M 21 M John Dawkin 33 Mr. Marion Mack 41 rs. Je World History, Psychology, Sociology and U. S. Government tu- 3 Page Thirty Four Band Fine Arts - Uutlet for Creative Expression . l , t s s t is Page thirty five The art program at Northwestern of- fers students a chance to develop their creative talents and abilities. This year, in addition to an already wide selection, students had an opportunity to enroll in new courses such as Ad- vanced Printing, Printmaking l and ll, Advertising Art, and Masters of Art. The music department includes classes in chorus and band. Students desiring to elect courses in Chorus can choose between regular chorus clas- ses, classes in music theory, or classes in music appreciation. The band pro- gram enables students to further their skill in the use of an instrument through daily rehearsals, individual at- tention, and participation in athletic events, parades, and concerts. IJ Mr. Louie Hoff: Band Director 23 Dennis Jor- dan and Don Clark, two tuba players, strike zu simultaneous note. 35 For our hand members to make such beautiful music together, it rcquircs practice. practice. and more practice. V 411 Ex Q w W' 'Qx ff 1, cw ' X2 , Q 2 ' f bk! x, F I i 1. as-W- "T, Q 'tv 'Fm XX g 'J M fix my Hx F' l A -a ,-Q Y ,u , S x X gg-vw '-3" Xi W AFJROTC The ROTC color guard performed at various school and community func- tions this year. Not only did they par- ticipate in halftime activities but they also served as honor guard for Presi- dent Gerald Ford's arrival and depar- ture on October 19, 1974. Northwestern's AFJROTC engaged in many activities and tours. They journied to the North Carolina Air Na- tional Guard in Charlotte and flew from there to the North Carolina Mountains. They rode on a C-141 Jet Aircraft around Charleston, and they observed some ofthe parts at the Tele- dyne Metal Factoring Plant in Monroe, North Carolina. ll Colonel Byrd and Sergeant Fox. 23 The Drill Team presents our colors with a Queen Anne salute. 33 Color Guard members: Cadets Elaine McCullough, Charles Bratton. Lonnie Griiiin, Warren Thompson. Marvin Chappel. and Craig Parker. 1 'I , ,L y., K hey've Set Their Course. adets of the Air Force . . . - --41.-4 AFJ ROTC lll IILI J. . 4 .-.l.4-amlnid ..aa-...r A I I ' .ss J . ... ll Members ofthe AE-l Class. 27 Members ofthe AE-ll Class. 33 Members ofthe AE-Ill Class. 45 "Echo" Flight stands tall. 55 Cadet officers ofthe Class ol' '75, From left: Cadets Ron Laffitte. Mike McDowell. Lonnie Griffin. Derrick Donovant, Ricky Odom, Curtis Ghent. Don McCollum, Warren Thompson. lke Durham, and Robert Leaks. 63 The AFJROTC Drill Team at post arms. 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To some it meant new classes with new teachers, to others it meant ex- citement because this also meant a reunion of friends long lost over the summer. Trojans were uniting once again making this year the most mean- ingful and prosperous. IJ Some Seniors are uniting once again for their final year. 23 During registration, Bobby Ward buys a toboggan from Barbara Barnes, an Aeneid staff member. 31 Students are picking up their schedules from Mrs. Hilton. 2 1 -N, ff l ,-f -LQNM X Ni 'la 'sk ia , s rg: .ts .,r. Rings HSpirit Of '76" One of the most exciting events of one's Junior year is the ordering and receiving ofclass rings. Because of the fact that theirs is the Class of '76, this year's Juniors had the opportunity to choose between the traditional ring or a variation called the "Spirit of '76". However, even with the new choice, the majority of the class preferred to remain with the traditional ring. No doubt, much deliberation went into the selection of such a meaningful posses- sion as one's class ring. IJ Which one - sunburst, vistavue, cut stone or smooth? 21 Davie Frederick and Jimmy Herlong show off their rings to each other. 33 This is u sample ofthe special "Spirit of '76" ring availa- ble to Juniors. -W' ., -new , t -R J 'HH 1 ,, ,"1 - J 'J , - --. .j ,:,. v , T, ,wt H Qii2S'w.f.wf,.4,u le I. 2 3 5 s 15' f I 3 A 2 443 - , :K .J 'iivl ,X A fm a , iff Q -ii Q. , f' wk , kmQA WA" ' if vii I - fi? AI! -'y i ,X Q , 5 g SW " X 8 s awww ww. Aw! A414119 .. , N we 'L C. wif i. . . , gg: fi W W, M we M V W A M 'Aww 1 '41 ,?' mwg' 1 a M1 H Q W , 'J' 1 5 jk . ?r Y Ig 54' 55- , Q9 QE. ,'- , Q AMS' i"Tf',is'33.fE,'f9A-T 2, ' I' ' it .' Wt: If W-'fsijl' gl -v ' -' am ' EJ ' N f fm", ,wfmw M ,"Y'J.p'QMkA,X4""W U I Q, 41 M v , W X f M W ' M 5 MMM HMM Mijn -' .M YL , an QAAF Jmhabw, ,Avy f MQW. 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A ix 'Y' KIIPULJ-lrLl rt Union By BILL BYNUM ing Her ld Correspondent Gold U.S. lleu A Chl PO' -out onl an , Yel. i " 1 . -thwestern Trojans rformance by 3? of R defense in the ""- here Tues- 4l-38. over '1 s lady Nlorth ,tele gl Hi h school e 9 3 basketball .--.--... ...Q- Q...- .-.-. xs I d' Glaxo Alllmll 40921 5' NOW 2 SUPER HITS all 7 Y , at W0 ameinvpw R ALONE . . HE 'Funny kept searching Lou1e y ls Teac 4, IENT"l,lIl.lQ, Of Mon' 38 '3.Ti'2.i'3..'E?.J'.i.'RZk2?T0T.it'p??f5.222'1?''Lf' ,, , , 58 K N O B B E SHO 54 KICKING--Jimmy Kiser, right, Shriners Northwestern High School gets off kick before a rush by an opposi f M fa 60 period. soon 1 penetratg un , l,lVl Northwestern. RLISLN' 'Bout Um ....,...,.. I V '59, the f I K? i 1,35 A mfg Gajyneyu... 25 F Um" Rock Hill ..... -e of, final rl -offs F gin ' UXTINU! est, thr l tof U I' 'wwnnther V ,YKE ' ' J Y s. R -1 A f 2 no R D . 5 R Y TMQKSQU to i v .Q i 3 X Sa Q21 Q0 LAYERS T and a Un as? X player in the ann' 'prth Carolina AD South Carolif Bowl Football estern Game at, - Saturday. South Caroli' A, game, but rho winner R ow g."'E B . he 'f', ws-f-'-"fo ' JW W W-M-We-fun ..1g,:a,gf,..-..t.., ., A llill H of Bob I RY FOR ion A REBOUND Wed., January 22, as eoaeh at L1131 S e rope ed ' lrojan trounce N1 2 Horrv Cour fca'und. 's G. Hue Par E Boo Fre 1 etic ' ' IS X'4N5f DLTS PQ' Com x UW .D AD LEGAL AD .5 a as and some ele sa me, duly verified, , - - Q51 months of this f mah CUP. E. Elfff' 5:1325 R542 lieu' 'ba 5?f9F,',fQ Ser SOON E B OA F2 D . Our ea. a d 'rEsTlNG PROGRAM, 197-Q-zfiabrc ggaidi One rthwestern Seekln IJQRTHWEST 3 eat Of Success year 5 ed1 ve fine lead- return- any of our in c a while a want he nd Tl r1va1 Roc' D fel? oz wa e s. A s fo x SUPERTYQOJA 1-n.n4-cm in QQLAJQ Q -- .,.,.'t'hw stern 9 QERALD from page lrhe Q who recewed the VA At one of the Homecoming 674 Northwestern celebrated its second annual Homecoming on October I I, 1974. The half time show was developed by the Trojan band by playing "Somewhere Over The Rain- bow" and "You Are So Beautiful" while members of the court were introduced. Many thanks go to those who helped design and decorate the free standing "74". Special thanks and appreciation go to Mrs. Barbara Steele and Mrs. Pamela Winders who directed and organized the Court. Members of the 1974 Homecoming Court were: Becky Ferguson, escorted by Mike Brandon, Debbie Hefner, es- corted by Herbie Caveny, Debbie Hicklin, escorted by Ben Fortson, Anna Barron, escorted by Sammy Pratt, Terri Bol- der, escorted by Bernard Young, Josephine Bynum, escorted by Strait Hicklin, Sandra Collins, escorted by Dan Byers, Rosa Elliott, escorted by Jeff Cherry, Ann Ferrell, escorted by Jeff McDowell, Dietta Gordon, escorted by David Chisolm, Laura Gregory, escorted by Ned Marshall, Bonnie Haley, escorted by Roddy Broadnax, Cheryl Harper, escorted by Mark Ferguson, Paula Herron, escorted by Mike Blackmon, Judy Hinebaugh, escorted by Jimmy Herlong, Cindy Howell, escorted by Ronnie Lafiitte, Carolyn Miller, escorted by Dar- rell Hodd, Olivia Shepherd, escorted by Leland Greely, Katherine Shurley, escorted by Caughman Taylor, Gail Smith, escorted by Marvin Crawford, Susan West, escorted by Chris Carroll, Emma Williams, escorted by Julius Donov- ant, Cynde Wright, escorted by Billy Shillinglaw, and Nancy Jarck, escorted by Dickie Gunderson. IJ David White sponsored by Rosa Elliott, Gilbert McClenningham spon- sored by Dietta Gordon, 23 Cliff Wylie sponsored by Paula Herron, 37 Geno Walden sponsored by Bonnie Haley, Ryan Ramsey sponsored by Susan West, 47 Butch Lesslie sponsored by Josephine Bynum, Johnny Kay sponsored by Olivia Shepherd, 53 Steve Wilkerson sponsored by Ann Ferrell, Mike McDowell sponsored by Cindy Howell, 61 Sam Foster sponsored by Carolyn Miller, Jerry Hefney sponsored by Terri Bolder, Roy Miller sponsored by Gail Smith. 3.1 nur- wi' yi-nf ,V In Yfvw.. s! Q J ,qi Rv 3 .i ' x i .,,.a 'Q v... BF' t x M. . vt .K V .QQ K C332-WJ FE eg 2 , ff 1 ff Q- .ff kk, X i 'A fb .f vunff gf my I mm lin, I 4 vi, ,if W W, JK., dh!! I . w X-N O ol' ,ch I 105257, L1 , 4 wa.. +1 r .U , . -s +R S .s i lf wig -5 x ' .. t 1 .l s X FT 3 . FW? . ,Af 1 fix 4 9,1 .1- k 3 h 5 .. am...sav-ww XX ' Q W We X ' 3, k.k'L 4 gif? X- K . a NN gf - WW., . ' ,ix f - ""'?'4v?ff.l7T: . ,K .,.t,X..,. , A Sponsors J r.-Sr. The class of 1975 spent many long hours planning and preparing Northwestern's second annual Jr.-Sr. On the evening of May 18, 1974, the Northwestern gym was transformed into the "Land of Troy". Realistic murals covered the walls, ivy- covered columns surrounded the room, while a heavenly atmosphere was created by a parachute hanging from the ceiling. Willy T. and the Workshop provided the music while the students and faculty a night to re- class for Class ofli .Lt 5 ,xfs bfi . !,.3:1q,A,, uf V rr ' ' GBM 'ff .tv 4-fW 'W ri Pride Week Pride Week '75 was thrills, chills, fun, and excitement for all. From "Number One Day" and sack races to pep rally competition and doughnut- eating contests, Trojans dis- played pride in their class and Northwestern as a whole. At the end of the week, the sophomores had collected the greatest number of points. M.. r 66 7 We re From Northwestern, is A 2 ' sf 's JR 5 X t -C, s x-.,:N'S-enum. 'QWN4 Nr Cou1dn't Be Prouder! I RA tx tl 1. "Hs L . l AMWWJQ .' .t 9 Pride Week I3 Sophomores rally as they win the yelling competition. 23 Juniors try to outyell the oppos- ition. 33 Class of '75, winners of pep rally com- petition for two consecutive years, bow to sophomores. 43 Number One 53 David Cowan, esteemed and full, winner ofthe doughnut eating contest. 63 Steve Wilkerson bashes the car. 73 Boys even have trouble mastering the sacks. 83 Ruck Barnes pushes Mike Nichols to eat just one more. 93 The sack race: more difficult than you think. A 6 7 Qu-til " Nasa. -Q , I 3, eu V. Q 8 6 A 'X V' Page F Ury Nine Pride Week I I1 "l'll make you an offer you can't refuse", says the Godfather 1Sam Poore1. 21 Lynn Parris makes a cute Raggedy Ann. 31 Frankenstein and Dracula in disguise but "always there ready to bite." 41 Kiss 51 Minnie fCynthia Barron1 and Mickey Uohnny Johnson1 Mouse. 61 The mark of Zorro CCoach Thompson1. S Pride Week Comic Book Characters , Heroes, and Idols Comic Character's day converted Northwestern into a magical world of costumed students. Bugs Bunny asked "What's Up Doc?" as Frank- enstein stalked the halls. The God- father controled the office and the Lone Ranger yelled "Hi-ho Silver" as he fought off wild Indians. Dorothy and To-To under the good witch ofthe North's spell traveled to Oz. The Har- lem Globetrotters dribbled down the halls until Zorro stole their ball. Min- nie and Mickey Mouse, Shirley Tem- ple, Donald Duck, Barbra Streisand, Wilma Flintstone, Atom Ant . . . the list goes on and on but students re- mained their favorite characters for only a day. Pride Week Rock-n-Rolll Students and faculty rocked around the clock all day at Northwestern on Fabulous Fifties Day as everyone dressed up to recreate "Those Happy Days" . The gym shook as students went to the "hop', in the gym and twisted the day away. In addi- tion to the twist contest, students also competed with Hula Hoops. From greased back hair to pony tails, bobby socks to penny loafers, students relived the 1950's in style. l 2 Rockin, 'Round the Clock .sf A s Ye so s it t5 ttll M gvyli 572 3 4 t,,.....nd5- Pb- Un Fabulous 50's Day I1 Hey, don't mess with the Fonz. 21 Jitterbug. 31 Twisten' the day away. 41 Go baby go! 51 Teachers wonder about their students as they watch the Twist Contest. 61 Now they get into the act themselves. 71 The No. I twist couple for the day doing a solo. 81 Put another record on! 91 Shake it baby. shake it! 101 "What's happening" at the parking lot. jr- . , Y X V 4 l " Fw .. a '- I f. , , if, A H ' .. . 4 Q . I ., , V .Q 'L 6 fx . it 1'1- X' . l ' gf g' www. ..f' Q 'i ,Q-nl 7 9 ZXx22fxq5gf.Swa.fxw-K.gjwggwwggqngmgsgwgwm 51nf4f-rmggygggmmw Qgwvg-mvwww 1-wnfwvw-,,,..,.m.w,.,.1.w ., M J ,E my fx ha x as X, x ' K. X Q- sg. Sv' Q Trojan Hall of Fame M fig? gf irq A SQ , 1 - fa? 5 is , ,V Mi All State Chorus Honors Front Bottom, First Row, Itft to right: Phyllis Windham, Lessie Adickes. Tina Green. Brenda Brown. Kim Ervin. Sec'or1tlRmv,' Susan Cody, Olivia Shepherd, Beverly Ferrell, Susan Anders, Anne Ferrell, Rebecca Davenport. Third Row: Bob Patton. lke Durham. Virgil Sealy, Sidney Goode, Lynn Mobley, Betsy Hegwood, Debbie l-licklin. Fourth Row: Mike Adams, Butch Lesslie, Doug Reynolds. Strait l-licklin. Rick Lewis. Charles Yorke. Sandy Nivens. All State Honors Chorus :T- T' Bottom Row, Iej? to right: Phyllis Windham, Kim Ervin, Brenda Brown, Lessie Adickes. Middle Row, Sandy Nivens, Sidney Goode, Bob Patton, Olivia Shepherd, Betsy Hegwood. Top Row: Mike Adams, Butch Lesslie, Doug Reynolds, Strait Hicklin, Ronnie Lafitte, Lloyd Lafitte. Rick Lewis, Virgil Sealy. Page Sixty Five ational Honor Society Members Exhibit Sitting, HW to right: Julie Brice, Lessie Adickes, Beth Bates, Lee Ayers, Laura Gregory. Standing: Jeanie Bames, Anna Barron, Beth Ardrey, Ronnie Hargett, Don Clark. Dickie Gunderson. Sitting, Iej? to right: Manha Sue Hope, Judy Hinebaugh, Betsy Hegwood, Paula Herron, Beth Hemdon. Standing, Paul Howe, Johnny Kay, Strait Hicklin, Harry Hicklin, Nancy Jarck. Page Sixty Six Honors Character, Scholarship, Leadership and Service Bottom row, left to right: Janet McDaniel, Wanda Pearson, Cathy Pearson, Benny Marret. Middle row: Fannie Kirk, Jimmy Kiser, Rebecca Myers, Greg McGinnis. Top row: Charlie Madsen, Mike McDowell, Ronnie Lafitte, Bob Anderson. Sitting, lejl to right: Jovada Sims, Katherine Shurley, Libby Tumer, Sandra Collins, Paige Pratt. Standing: Bonnie Roberts, Doug Russell, Bruce Ragan, Caughman Taylor, Cliff Wylie, Ryan Ramsey, David Sovde, Max Holland, Debbie Giles, Gwen Hudson. Page Sixty Seven . l , S t, Q ti , 9 A 4 ' was - x, . .-t , , QB ' 'QL' Q P " P S 5, ,R E Honors Junior arshals Sitting, lift to right: Anna Barron, Paige Pratt, Beth Bates, Janet McDaniel, Lessie Adickes, Wanda Pearson. Standing: Paul Howe, Hicklin, Caughman Taylor. Jimmy Kiser, Ronnie Hargett, Strait Hicklin. ational Merit Commended Students +vN X 1 . Q Q x Standing, Ieh to right: Paul Howe, Douglas Russell, Pat Brumfield. Sitting: Libby Turner, Wanda Pearsong National Negro Me Page Sixty Eight Don Clark, Harry .b .N rit Semilinalist. FF! Girls' State Representatives: Beth Bates a nd Katherine Shurley I I l Honors Wofford King Teens: Jimmy Kiser and Sam Foster. Boys' State Representatives: left to right: Ryan Ramsey, Collins Grant, Mike McDowell. and Harry Hicklin. P.C. Junior Fellows: seated: Lcssic Adickes and Anna Barron. Standing: Don Clark and Han'y Hicklin. so 4.2 -e. if? Furman Scholars: seated: Beth Bates and Wanda Pearson. Standing: Paul Howe and Caughman Taylor. .74 ll Honors ,nr I' 1' iimhiii .5 .177 .. Quill and Scroll Current Events Award: Caughman Taylor. D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award and N.C.T.E. Writing Award: Anna Ban'on h 1 , Betty Crocker Family Leader of Tomorrow: Optimist Outstanding Seniors Award: Harry I-licklin and Anna Barron. Bonnie Roberts. Voice of Democracy Speech Contest Winner at Northwestern: Bruce Ragan. Bausch and Lomb Science Award: Charlie Madsen. Page Seventy Q v A-lx ii 'pill ,, QWXN ' a L! 'N-qi, First Place in AAU Junior Olympic Mile Relay - Jeff Mills and Rick Junior Olympic Regional Decathalon Champion - Jimmy Klser. Sanford. Tommy Miller Award - Jimmy Kiser. Shrine Bowl Player - Jimmy Kiser. Shrine Bowl Player - Rick Sanford. Page Seventy One " In ' 7' 'N'x s" L' we '-K .. .. b S .., 'S ge .. N Q ., uv Q, MA b. dxf- w 1 wig- wx-..,N,x,A.,: Z. Awi ,ew 'nw 5 s5N it s " s x fx . +5 S. . X ms 4, x.5gYx.b .N q .K . slkxffx ,Q Rx. its x 'Y 'Am ' 'K xxx' X W. N x.. w. 'K if .. 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XX .-Q-.wa -wrsf' 'XS-W - .X X 4 . , XQX .X ,X X 3 , X X Q 0 5 Q s 1, Q' qi.: 4' no g, . vx 'X 'iq wx s Q 4 ,Q 1 V 19' bd Aeneid Hard work was the main ingredient that went into the production of this year's Aeneid '75. Writing copy that would be read enthusiastically, placing a picture that would create the needed effect, deriving an attentive headline, and meeting those all important dead- lines constituted the main objectives tackled by this year's staff which was dynamically headed by Paige Pratt, editor in chief, and Anna Barron, assis- tant editor. These two, along with Ms. Ouida Ott, sponsor, and other dedi- cated staff members, devoted much of their time and efforts, often staying at school until late at night in order to produce this annual. Their goal was to produce a long lasting reminiscent ef- fect upon Northwestem's students for the many years to come. I PW ' ... rrp-f iz.: Aeneid Staff Works Together Harmoniously .gifs '77 Anna Barron, Assistant Editor, and Paige Pratt, Editor. 40 9, ich Fannie Kirk, Assistant Business Manager. and Jeanie BHFHCS, Business Mfmagef- Student Life Editors: Katherine Shurley and Laura Gregory. Page Seventy Four 1351 N0-s if Xa, I' i ipffu- ,'0', ' , . . ,K J: 7, A 1 WU ' ,Q ',fv,53f' Q, fp , :Wg f ' 'L M f A Q , f it Q 92 Tlvnzf' "1 .rqswr . A ' N' 1 ap. ' Ziwfwwsf f nf. wiiiilbm Wm- ' M, A., Miz Q w ,fig fy, I 1 Jfffgy gn by M, W, , 'Ar '3' 1 , J5'Vf?"2'F4 f NN' ' - MMF w.mv.,,.,...,,,, X. -1 xw Q- 1 ,..... ,,,,, I :gms Aeneid 1 anus:-ve ----- .....,..,--- "'-'ww-qu Above: Sophomore Class Editor, Barbara Barnes. Not Pictured Faye Boykin, Co-Editor. Below: Lavetta Sims fulfills one ofthe many duties ofa t ff b b h l ' . Sponsor of Aeneid, Miss Ott. S a mem er y e pmg out Q F 4 E ,aweillii Aeneid Staff Members: L to R: First Row: Deloris Alexander. Lavetta Sims, Laveme Sims. Cyn- thia Barron. Sally Dalton. Marty Brooks, Gretchen Boger, Svc'm1dRow: Cindy Milliones. Claude Sloan, Helen Hawkins, Eric Webb. Not Pictured John Pincelli. Page Sevenly Six i Aeneid --Q The Aeneid Staff getting into the "swim" of things. Beth Johnson, Index Editor. Not Pictured: Cindy Hand, Ass't. Editor. Faculty Editors: Diane Miller and Rebecca Davenport. Page Seventy Seven Band Trojan Band Rocks and Rolls nder The Direction Of r. Louie Hoff Band Members: First Flutes: Janie Elder, Sandra McDaniels, Jeanna Moore, Susan West, Beth Tucker, D0r0thy Culp, Danise Wilder. Second Flutes: Gloria Lumpkin, Iris Smalls, Karen Crady, Susan Moore, Nina McWhite, Jeannie Smith, Tamara Hanser, Patti Stegal. First Clarinets: Billy Lansford, Claude Sloan, Jack Hildebrand, Ben Hamilton, Kathleen Lassing, Jennifer Parrish. Second Clarinets: Martha Campbell, Gail Wilson, Chuck Petit, Fant Steele, William Hegwood, Pamela Smalls. Third Clarinets: Pamela Wright, Cynthia Neely, Randall Covington, Barbara Brady, Harvey Isom. First Alto Sax: Lori Brandon, Jeff Cudd, Curtis Ghent, Frank Tice. Second Alto Sax: Barbara Smith, Karl Peters, Deborah Bellamy, Gregory Craft. Tenor Sax: Allyn Foster, William Feemster. Baritone Sax: Collins Grant. First Trumpets: Tony Parker, Hank Lane, Jerry Hargett, Elliott Worthy, Paul Jarck, Danny Aycock. Second Trumpets: Mike Culp, Tommy Hucks, James Burnette, Mary Neely, Lori Klotz. Third Trumpets: Jimmy Mitchell, Jimmy Webb, Janice Simon. Baritones: Steve Gibson, Dewey Davis, Barbara Long. First Trombones: Sam Poore, Bynum Poe, Mike Murff, Bryan Zachery. S econtl Trombones: Eddie Spencer. Michael Draper, Gail Parker, Larry Young. Third Trombones: Ryan Ramsey, Bobby Burnette, Mickey Bailer. Basses: Don Clark, Ray Jordan, Richard Crowson, Tony Armour. Drums: Jimmy Kendall, Pat Mahaffey, David Sumwalt, Calvin Burris, Kathy Covington, Mike Butler, Gerald Ghent. Bells: Mary Gaither. Page Seventy Eight Majorettes L to R Pamela Wright Lori Klotz Mary Gaither Head Susan West Nma McWhite, Susan Moore. 5 The tedious job of directing this year's band was undertaken by Mr. Louie Hoff. Upon observing the band's performances on numerous occasions one could obviously see the many hours of practice, patience, and com- plete concentration that constructed such grand performance. The Band conveyed their talent by providing en- tertainment at pep rallies, football games, and basketball games. On February 14 and 15, the follow- ing students had the honor of par- ticipating in Western Region Band at Anderson, S.C. Jeanna Moore, Janie Elder, Sandra McDaniel, Danise Wil- der, Billy Lansford, Kathy Lassing, Martha Campbell, Jack Hildebrand, and Sam Poore. Officers for this year were Martha Campbell, and Tony Parker, Co- captainsg Billy Lansford and Don Clark, First Lieutenantsg Bryan Zachery, Chaplain, and Hank Lane, Drum Major. ll Drum Major, Hank Lane. 21, 33, and 41 "C Mr. Hoff." Choral Ensemble C 6 This year's Choral Ensemble sang their way into the hearts of many as the altos, Sopranos, tenors, and bases blended their voices into a tune ofjoy- ous melody. The lingering effect re- maining after the presentation ceased Boy's Ensemble: First Row: L to R: Jerry Gaither, Andy Young, Rick Lewis, John Pincelli. Second Row: Bob Patton, Sidney Goode, Charles Yorke, lke Durham, Sandy Nivens. Third Row: Mike Adams, Butch Leslie, Doug Reynolds, Strait Hicklin, Ronnie Laftitte, Lloyd Laffitte, David Cowan. Virgil Sealy. . . . Sing, Sing A Song. . ." instilled within the listener a feeling of peace and tranquility. Their performance at the annual Community Christmas program exemplified the true value of real tal- ent. Under the grand supervision of lli lilii ill? gi ,N Mrs. Quinn, this talent was continu- ously displayed throughout the year as the Ensemble performed at various churches, clubs, and a variety of civic activities. 14 Choral Ensemble Officers: L to R: Lessie Adrickcs, Co-secretary: Strait Hicklin, Treasurer: Sandy Nivens. Vice-President: Brenda Brown. Co librarian: Olivia Shepherd. Co-secretary: Wanda Pearson, Co-librarian Ronnie Laftitte, President. Girls's Ensemble: First Row: L to R: Lilian Reese. Susan Gordan. Lessie Adrickes, Susan Anders, Sandy Collins, Tina Hunt. Second Row: Cindy Cauthen, Olivia Shepherd, Pam Boatwright. Josephine Bynum, Wanda Pearson, Betsy l-legwood, Brenda Brown, Linde Matthews. Third Row: Beverly Ferrell, Susan Cody, Barbara Burkins, Beryle McFadden, Cindy Howell. Ann Ferrell, Rebecca Davenport, Cindy Brooks. Fourth Row: Phyllis Windham. Beth Bates. Debbie Hicklin. Lynn Mobley. Debbit Smith, Kim Ervin, Jeanie Bames. Page Eighty Drama Club Drama Club Strives for Perfected Presentations be sg., A . I A g fi 5 VX .. : x at ,if ESS- 'P 2 fast Y 7 . X... ' X Auditions, daily practices, dress re- , -X .ss-va.. i""' hearsals, and prop designing represent only a few of the endless hours that went into the production of THE KING and l. Aside from the KING and l the members of the drama club organized one act plays for the Drama Festival at Winthrop College and leamed how to perform the proper skills necessary for play production. is First Row: L ro R: Nancy Garrett, Kathy Buice, Brenda Livingston, Wanda Pearson, Leslie Adickes, Lillian Reese, Brenda Brown, Janet McDaniel, Danise Wilder, Many Brooks, Sally Dalton, Gretchen Boger. Second Row: L ro R: Margaret Holler, Susan Horton, Debbie Elliott, Charlene Moore, Martha Campbell, Susan Cody, Phyllis Windam, Lisa Robinson, Debbie Wille, Melissa Lanier, Tricia Patrick, Cynthia Barron. Christy Watts. Third Row: L to R. : Mary Gaither, Marianetta Smith, Linda Frudenthal, Beth Ardrey, Laura Gregory, Paige Pratt, Anna Barron, Sandra Collins, Susan Anders, Debbie Giles, Cathy Pearson. Fourth Row: L to R: Jen'y Gaither, Lavetta Sims, Charles Yorke, Olivia Shepherd, Johnny Williams, Freddie Foster, David Tilley. Fifth Row: L to R: John Pincelli. Eric Webb, Bob Patton, Martha Sue Hope, Sandy Nivens, Strait Hicklin, Butch Leslig Page eighty one Fellowship of Christian Athletes F.C.A. Stresses Fundamentals of Sports The Fellowship of Christian Athletes strives to bring athletes in all sports together through a better under- standing of Jesus Christ. The group has been very active this year in weekly Bible studies and bi-monthly meetings with guests such as Albert Long, former four-letter athlete at the University of North Carolina and now a full-time evangelist. Members have also been involved in civic projects in- cluding ushering at the annual Rock Hill Christmas Tree lighting and guest speaking at various churches in the city. The club's service project this year was entertaining boys from the Jaycee Boys Home as guests for a Var- sity basketball game. 1974-75 F.C.A. officers,from lej? to right, Sam Foster, vice-presidentg Lee Ayers, president, Gilbert McClenningham, treasurer: Beth Bates, secretary. 4 First Row: Lqfr to Right: Gilbert McClenningham, Sam Foster, Roy Miller, Jeff Austin, Rick Sanford, Dan Byers, Lee Ayers, Ann K. lvey, Beth Bates, Rick DeRose, Coach Daurity, sponsor. Second Row: Jerry Hefney, Rick Norwood, Gail Ussery, Denise Thompson, Susu Jenkins, Bess Lane, Kathy Hoskins, Danny DuBard. Olivia Shepard, Rob Ashworth, Martha Butler. Third Row: Debra Boger, Tina Brice. Judy Adkins, Ginny Colohan, Mary Stone, Cassy McCrory, Lynn Paris, Bonnie Hailey, Lisa Tinkler, Louise Moore, Josephine Bynum, Butch Leslie, Sammy Pratt. Fourth Row: Dennis Edwards, Geoff Kirby, Jay Grantham, Robert Gross, Mark Holmes, Ned Marshall, Freddie Jordan, Davie Frederick, Robbie Belk, Randy Bailey, Roddey Broadnax.FQf1h Row: Ben Fortson, Bill Williams, Robert Beaty, Jeff Mills, Ricky Wogan, Mark Collum, Dean Baker, Mark Harris, Hill Muse, Neel Hollis, Chris Carrol, Ronnie Laftitte, Mike Blackmon. Randy Herron, Mike McDowell, Barry Chapman, Frank Tice, Larry Hamond, Ray Lowder, Richard Mitchell. Page eighty two German Club German Club - "Pride of Uncle Adolph" at .l,A l. . r German Club Members: Tina McDaniel. Susan Tedder, Sharon Dilley, Barbara Bames, Debra Brazil, Marty Brooks. Carolyn Brock. Tricia Brize. Beverly Burton, Freddy Heckle, Rick Lewis, Taffy Foxx. Wanda Pearson, Michelle Walters. Gail Wilson, Lenee Kirkpatrick, Debbie Horne. Michelle Ken- nington, Liz Trevor, Fannie Kirk. Freddie Simmons, Wendell Sims, Paul Jarck. Virgil Sealy, Dennis Edwards, Karl Peters, Robert Beaty. Sydney Goode, Tommy Adkins. Under the guidance of Mrs. Win- ders, the German Club participated in many activities this year. Among these were a trip to a German restaurant and an ice-skating expedition in Charlotte. Below: German Club Officers: Ltfr In Right: Fannie Kirk, secretary: Rick Lewis, president: Marty Brooks, treasurer: Wanda Pearson, ln- terclub Council representative, ta. t N-, 'si f ,Ars S- ..""' ,uv-.. M French Club La Societe de Francais est Formidable' La Societe, de Francais est formi- dable fThe The French Club is Excit- ingJ, explains the enthusiasm of French Club members. A trip to the Biltmore House, celebration of Saint Catherine's Day, and a bicycle tour of Rock Hill were just a few of the many highlights in which members participated. Heading the club this year are Marvin Johnson, presidentg and Angela Thompson, secretary. First Row: Left to Right: Jeffjenkins, John Pincelli, Sheridan Pittman, Bill Lansford, Bobby Ward Margaret Holler Susan Cody Susan Horton Charlene Moore. Martha Campbell, Beverly Ferrell, Michelle Curry, Kathy Buice, Nancy Gan'ett Second Row Tommy Hucks Debbie Mullins Cheryl Turner Iva Sherer, Jovada Sims, Mrs. Jennings, sponsor: Dianne Blankenship, Glenn Rawls, Paul Fleek David Tilley Beth Johnson Susan Cawood Third Row Kathy Crumpler, Sharon Deas, Beth Bamette, Brenda Branham, Claude Sloan, Jennifer Parrish Pam Wright Terri Kincaid Patricia Burton Helen Hawkins. Page eighty four A i 1,f xx First Year French Club: First Row: L to R: Ricky Norwood. Sandy Newton, Carlysle Holler. Billy Burke, Mike McGaughey. Bobby Aycock, Tommy Catoe. David Murk. Gretchen Boger. Debbie Ratteree. Tracy Grant. Cheryl Payne. Second Row: Debbie Blackerby, Ray Moore. Marvin Johnson. Joel Robinson. Ginger Thompson. Waltrina White, Teresa Strong, Debra Boger, Tina Green, Jeanna Moore. Carla Hunt, Barbara De Young. Sandra Galloway. Jane Hornsby. Third Row: Debbie Smith. Cindy Barron, Danise Wilder. Andy Young. Jaime Jackson, Lynn Dillon, Shelia Fergurson, Linda Freudenthal, Louise Boyd, Steve Smith, Karen Crady. Sara Parrish. Debbie Johnson. Fourth Row: Sally Dalton. Melissa Lanier. Ann Keigler. Tricia Patrick. Jimmy McArthur, Ginny Colahan, Becky Conner, Rosanne Knight, Faye Dunlap, Bess Lane, Susu Jenkins, Johnny Johnson, Benny Funderburke, Terry Ayers. Fifih Row: Lisa Robinson. Debbie Willie. Bryan Zachery. Lee Estes, Carrot Williams, Dart Raymes, Wanda Strawhorne. Wanda Moore. Ann Thompson. Carolyn Miller. Linda Garvin. Gloria Alexander, Rhonda Berry. , t if Q D 4 ..AV :Lili J Il if Cn? ll! fi i , 1 '13 'im - J' T' x 'if . IJ The French Club prepares for one of their many festivities. 21 Mrs. Jennings looks at students doing one of her favorite things '- play Milles Bome. Page Eighty Five l lnterclub Council Conducts Pride Week Activities lnterclub Council Members1L to R: First Row: Paige Pratt, Aeneid Editorg Wanda Pearson, German Club Representative, Beth Bates, NHS Representative: Lenee Kirkpatrick, Student Council Vice President: Beth Ardrey, Drama Club Presidentg Ann Chapman, J.V. Cheerleader Representative: Judy Hinebaugh, Varsity Cheerleader Representative Second Row' Glenn Rawls Trojan Trum et Ed't B bb . . , p I org o y Ward, Science and Health Careers Club Representative: Marvin Johnson, French Club Presidentg Wayne Hefney. Student Council Vice President: Mike McDowell. Spanish Club President: Lee Ayers, FCA Vice Presidentg Ronnie Lafitte, Choral Ensemble President, Thomas Jones, Bus Driver Representative. Togethernessl This was the chief 'ri"4" aim of this year's lnterclub Council. The group, consisting of every club president, kept this yearly task strict- ly in mind as they sought the ideas of their fellow students. These ideas were later conveyed to the Student Council for further development of North- western's democratic structure. Hours of study and careful planning went into this year's Pride Week. Thus, that whole fantastic week exemplified the "pride and unity" which our motto implies. lnterclub Council Officers: Lenee Kirkpatrick and Wayne Hefney. 9 Page Eighty Six Students Take On Responsibility Jr. Achievement and Bus Drivers Transporting students to and from school is the main concern of North- western's bus drivers. This responsi- bility must be undertaken by a student who is willing and able to maintain safety along the highway. Interested students take a bus drivers training course each year. If they succeed in their efforts they are given a bus, a route, and the responsibility of getting their fellow students to and from school safely. The business world has opened its doors to Northwestern students through the Junior Achievement pro- gram. Students involved in this pro- gram are exposed to the challenges and problems that they will encounter in the business world of the approaching future. Junior Achievement Members: First Row: L to R: Lonnie Griffin, Patti Hawkins, Phyllis Boger, Janet McDaniel, Kathy Lassing, Charlie Pres- ler. Second Row: Claude Sloan. Steve Wilker- son, Mark Shippman. 0 '52 scuoots Bus Drivers: L to R: First Row: Marvin Chappell, Thomas Jones, Calvin Burris, Stanley Wylie, Lonnie Griffin, Thomas Taylor, James Grant, Collins Grant, David Chisolm, Shelia Carter. Second Row: Calvin Crawford, James Sexton, Anthony Hall, Grady Webb, David Merck, Gilbert McClenningham, Roger Hayes. Third Row: Ronnie Freeman, Herbie Caveny, Tommy Watterson, Ricky Baker, Mark Harris, Howard Awbrey, Stevie Sexton, Jeff Mills, Ronnie Latitte, Chuck Bratton, Johnny Jones. Fourth Row: Jeff Hodges, Lloyd Latitte, Roy Miller, Bemard Young, Odell White, Marshall Ragsdale, Calvin Glover, Mark Shippman, Chuck Hood, Chris Hinson. Page Eighty Seven Science and Health Careers Club Prior to this year, the Science Club and Health Careers Club operated as separate organizations. Since the clubs were closely related, they com- bined in order to give students oppor- tunities to express their talents in each area. The primary concern of every member is to explore the science world and to learn of the many fields in health services. An observation trip to the hospital along with speakers of various profes- sions were highlights of the year. Club Investlgates Health ai? First Row: Left to Right: Bobby Ward, Christy Watts, Beth Johnson, Sandy Nivens, Sandy McDaniel. Second Row Dorothy Culp Tem Kincaid Elaine McCullough, Vangela Thompson, Carolyn Miller, Angela Thompson, Brenda Livingston, Cheryl Turner, Nancy Garrett Kathy Hoskins Ann Katherine Ivey, Susan Anders, Sandy Collins. Third Row: Chris Walker, Bob Patton, Jeff Jenkins, Eric Webb, Andy Young Mike McGaughey Jack Hildebrand David Tilley, Jimmy Herlong, Charles Yorke. Page Eighty Eight Science and Health Careers Club Oriented Careers 'T r- E 5 r be S F is ,X ll Mrs. Dowdle and Mrs. Boulware - Science and Health Careers Club I S sponsors. 21 Mrs. Newton - Science and Health Careers Club sponsor. 35 Officers for this year are: Chrisy Watts, president: Sandy Nivens, vice- president: Beth Johnson, secretary-treasurer: Bobby Ward, Interclub Coun- e cil representative. R? 2 Page Eighty Nine if VOL. IV Tlx S rojan The Voice 'Aa lux . l l n un-mx-I -' i A A R . sf eiiii . , ' f 1 As members of the South Carolina Scholastic Press Association and the Southem Intemational Scholastic Press Association, members of the Trojan Trumpet staff attended a workshop at the University of South Carolina in Columbia. There they learned the necessary techniques of printing a newspaper. Creativeness, i- magination, and enthusiasm were displayed in every e dition of the Trojan Trumpet. L4 ' 1 x X x Nm teen L Mrs Throgmorton and Mrs. Lattam, sponsors look over the Trojan Trum- Ill Above: Debbie Horne, editorial editor: Bruce Ragin, feature editorg Nancy Garrett, assis. editorial editor. Below: Walter Crome, art editorg Mark Shipham, business manager: Bill Lansford, assis. feature editor: J. D. Hil- debrand, assis. Editor: Susan Pinochet, news editor. ,f . if-v ! frx xrkjlxixk lg 1.3 . nr Dblhl mi. fi. LY?"- MW stmiviits in Glenn Rawls, Editor, Linda Freudenthal, sports editor. ' ' I : D on the lusts I O I busy . . . X 1 their .llldlfl Chris' . Q pmicttlu' gmc clmct . . T . I5 Achve it W, 'X -' H143 are hoping ,ul ,V ilwuls 4 . y .,. 1s R? 1 . 1 5 E Y I X AV 555 i2'.N 3? QM iw? Sk A+, 'FY is ' 3 A- A -IQ: ,ggi in M3 N11 ADH: X O M QW X Y , 5 R X sk v' 3 ,Q K ig? s X x ia 5 iigesx .Q it 5' 2 K A A iff' 9 Q 31 'E Q , xiii 7S5lI?k.A -www. Mfg W 'Sim -1 i ,a at 4 . ,waf M, A A D A 'xx' a I -Y , 4 ,' Qi " RR. fs ' 1 V if 53- 2 V. ' H :Az 1 w my ig 5f1M5? Q+2 archi Key Club Key Club Provides Service To School nd Communit The formation of the initial Key Club at Northwestem opened new op- portunities and challenges for various young men. Under the guidance of Mr. John Swann, sponsor, and Mr. Henry T. Woods, a Kiwanis representative, members learned to associate with others, to express their talents, as well as leadership. Among the activities this year were an art show and visits to Kiwanis meetings at the Holiday Inn. Key Club Officers: L to R: Jeff Austin, Vice Presidentg Ryan Ramsey, Presidentg Claude Sloan, Secretary-Treasurer. t, 9 t 'Q' S Key Club Members: L to R: First Row: Ronnie Lalitte. Charles Yorke, Jimmy McArthur Richard Mitchell Sheridan Pittman Chris Walker Jeff Jenkins Rick Lewis, Benny Marrett, Harry Hicklin, Mike Culp, Randy Bailey, Paul Howe Don Clark Second Ron Max Holland Mike McDowell John Pincelli, Sidney Goode, Eric Webb, Dean Baker, Bob Patton, Claude Sloan, Jack Hildebrand Mark Shlppman Strait I-llcklin Caughman Taylor Ryan Ramsey. Bobby Ward, Charles Keiger, Charlie Madson. Third Row: Billy Burke Ben Fortson Wayne Hefney Sam Foster James Grant Marvin Crawford. Jeff Austin, Lee Ayers. Jimmy Kiser, Ronnie Hargett, David Bethea Page Ninety Two Library and Office Helpers Helpers Provide Aid For School Q Each year aid is bestowed upon the staffat Northwestem shelves, and by performing other worthwhile tasks. The by various students who are willing to sacrifice theirfree time lunchroom workers are also aided by industrious students in order to lend a helping hand. Students relieve the load on who sell milk, stack chairs, and wash dishes. The services the office personnel by typing and delivering morning absen- these students perform have proven to be vital in the success- tees, making announcements and mnning errands. They help ful operation of everything at Northwestern. the librarians by checking out books, replacing them on the Y...-I I Office Helpers: L to R: Nancy Garrett, Jo Ann Martin, Nancy Thompson, Susan Killough, Shirley Land, Jean Hemdon, Margie Sexton, Lynn Wyatt, Jackie Massey, Barbara Dunlap, John Baxter, Roger Hayes, Bill Whitaker. Library Workers: L to RL Katrina Hancock, Kathy Lassing, Gail Ussery, Shirley Land, Barbara Bishop, Edith Elliott, Marty Brooks, Fant Steele, David Cowan, Joe Henley, Neal Smith, Mike Adams, Edward Sexton. Page Ninety Three Pep Club Boosts School Spirit Pep Club: First Row: L to R: Miss Rush, co-sponsor, Cassie McGrory, Sally Herlong, Mary Stone, Jerrie Morris, Ginger Graves, Carla Hunt, Patti Davis, Mary Jenkins, Chuck Bratton, Lonnie Griffin, Bob Knight, Brenda Brown, Phyllis Boger. Second Row: Mrs. Steele, sponsor, Carolyn Brock, Faye Dunlap, Debbie Wille, Iva Sherer, Suzanne Womack, Anne McCall, Angela Barnette, Annie Odom, Gloria Alexander, Dianne McCall, Fanny Kirk, Van Thompson, Jovada Sims, Barbara Johnson. Third Row: Sam Poore, Sandy Barker, Rosanne Knight, Lenee Kirkpatrick, Cheryl Tumer, Beth Johnson, Charlene Moore, Cissy London, Machella Freeman, Helen Hawkins, Debbie Hanser, Tricia Brize, Annette Massey, Stephanie Dingle. Fourth Row: Tina Green, Cindy Brooks, Patricia Hammond, Lenore Parker, Barbara DeYoung, Bess Lane, Ann Chapman, Cindy Copeland, Terrie Kincaid, Ginger Thompson, Taffy Fox, Marianetta Smith, Barbara Jones, Terri Bolder. Fwh Row: Gladys Huey, Ann Thompson, Debra Brazzil, Mary McManenon, Waltrina White, Berrell McFadden, Danise Wilder, Melissa Lanier, Tricia Patrick, Marty Brooks, Ann Keiger, Ann Katherine Ivey, Johnna Lodge. Sixth Row: Gail Pittman, Susan Pinochet, Barbara Bames, Sharon Dilley, Racheal Hedrick, Claude Sloan, Mark Shipham, Tommy Hucks, Claudia Iovanna. Seventh Row: Bill Sowell, Michelle Kennington, Brenda Thompson, Michelle Walters, Steve Smith, Vicki Johnston, Ann Davis, Carrot Williams, Beth Bamette, Cathy Crumpler, Rebecca Davenport, Bobby Ward. Eighth Row: Randy Bailey, Bonnie Roberts, Louise Moore, Tami Maxie, Susan Little, Janet McDaniel, Patti Hilton, Paula Herron, Cindy Abemathy. Ninth Row: Virginia Johnson, Cindy Milliones, Donna Schawel, Beverly Burton, Nancy Garrett, Gail Wilson, Johnny Johnson, Bonny Allen, Lori Rice. Page Ninety Four Aside from being involved with cheering at pep rallies, the Pep Club also provided many services to Northwestern stu- dents. Selling megaphones and cushions, performing skits, making spirit patches, and aiding other clubs were a few of the activities in which the club took part. Ab0ve.'. . . "Shout Pep Club shout" . . .Left.' Pep Club Sponsors: Miss Rush, co-sponsor: Mrs. Steele, sponsor. mi Page Ninety Five Student Council Student Council Works to Create Unit ll Harry Hicklin, president, discusses with Mrs. Hilton, sponsor. the necessity of having Pride week. 21 Other Officers, Left to Right: Lenee Kirkpatrick, vice-president: Wayne Hefney, vice-president: Libby Tumer, secretary? Jeanna Moore, treasurer, 37 Members meet with presi- dent Harry Hicklin. 41 Mrs. Hilton calls meeting to plan upcoming projects. .qv- 2 F ' f V' . 3 Page ninety six etween Student Body and Faculty 'tw 1 Student Council The Student Council, being the basis for student government at Northwest- ern, undertook various responsibilities and activities which related to every student throughout the year. Under the leadership of Harry Hicklin, presi- dent, and Mrs. Sue Hilton, sponsor, the Student Council is made up of homeroom representatives, senators and class officers. Besides attending conventions in Hanahan, Spartanburg, and Camden the Student Council sponsored the Knobbe Shoppe and conducted teacher appreciation day. 'Av First Row: Lej? to Right: Cynthia Barron, Johnny Johnson, Martha Sue Hope, John Pincelli, Wayne Hefney, Harry Hicklin. Lee Ayers, Paul Howe, Marianetta Smith. Scvoml Row: Sandy Collins. Lenee Kirkpatrick, Brenda Brown, Jeanna Moore, Lynn Parris, Libby Turner, Anita Templeton, Margaret Holler. Page Ninety Seven Spanish Club Club Learns Spanish Cultures Learning about cultures of Spanish people were not the only concems of the Spanish Club. Participating in af- ter school activities such as present- ing plays, visiting Skate City in Char- lotte, and taking part in the Interna- tional Dinner festival at Winthrop broadened the educational enrichment of the course. 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Ay, . , n I 'lk' Agni :-- R , 5 .' , I , ' v ' N 4 V R-if, A 1, -gi 'xg 5 - l l ,-2 ti f -. l L' X' . 'LL' A 1 ...uhm -,, N H x Track Trojan Track: BER O E I STATE, CHAMPIONS IN EIGHT MAJOR EETS! FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jimmy Moore, Sam Foster, Bill Lansford, Jerry Hefney, Johnny Schwanz, Jerome Douglas, David White, Ronnie Covington, Jeff Mills, Robert Gross, Ivory Murray. SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Rick Sanford, Don McCollum, Murray Pursley, Jimmy Kiser, Harry Jennings, Jeff Gover, Raymond Hutchinson, Dean Baker, Mike Durham, Jack Lansford, Tony Parker, Don Clark. THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Bob Jenkins, Barry Chapman, Furman Douglas, Andy Young, Rhea Faris, John Gibson, David Benjamin, Amold Carter, Robert Beaty. FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Wayne White, Frank Tice, Mike McDowell, Geno Walden, Mitch Long, Sam Tucker, Ryan Ramsey, Billy Burke, Joey Estes, John Marshall, Gene Tucker. Page One Hundred and Two Track KISER, WHITE SCHWARTZ: Cited Most Outstanding In Major Meets Inspired by Region Ill AAAA COACH OF THE YEAR, Bob Jenkins, the 1973-74 track team achieved their goal as they won a second state champ- ionship for Northwestern. Under the leadership of captains Jerome Douglas, Ronnie Covington, and Johnny Schwartz, the Trojans out jumped, putted farther, vaulted higher, and ran faster than any of their oppo- nents. Hard work and the will to win paid off as the thinclads defeated every team they met. Highlights of the year in- cluded victories over Spartanburg, Lan- caster, T. L. Hanna, Orangeburg- Wilkinson and Rock Hill High. The Tro- jans also won eight other major meets. David White, Johnny Schwartz, and Jimmy Kiser won Most Outstanding Athletes at the News-Piedmont Relays, Cavalier Relays and the Buccaneer Re- lays respectively. Other team victories were: Trojan Relays Champions, State Record Relay Champions, Region Ill AAAA Meet Champions, Upper State AAAA Meet Champions, and State AAAA Meet Champions. After winning the Region III De- cathlon Championship, Jim Kiser traveled to Kansas and competed na- tionally, placing eighth out of all the top athletes from every state. lj Jimmy Kiser takes a few practice jumps before the meet. 23 Powerful David White leaps through the air, striving for new track records. 31 John Schwartz, running as anchor man, crosses the tinish line, winning the four mile relay. Track Trojans Enjoyed An Undefeated Season .1-H. ' Q gf ' -5-5 w if ., f :sig W ww, f :- ' V, on b ' , PHX. ... , X- , mix o n innu- Xxrn .3 if ,n.vS.t. A .ix . . dkkMlMl. K Q " Q QHPM rg Qi 3-55? A Qi-3,f,,X,i,?g5.,:Q . W ,W N g5.f...Aggf4igg3xf-x.?Q 51 ,QQ -- - K . Am .- X 1- +.,5gQ3ggg5g5QgQ Q.gg.9g5m 1 X. . Page One Hundred and Four F1 V12 is inf i Trojan Baseball - ' ' Led by the powerful bat of the most outstanding player Mark Sumwalt and the consistent hurling of pitchers Jeff Austin and Ronnie Hargett, the Trojan baseball team won the Eastern Division of Region III with an 8-1 record. The Trojans had a successful season as they captured the title at the first Annual Lancaster Invitation Baseball Tournament. where Jeff Austin was declared Most Valuable Player. Highlighting the season was a suspense-filled contest pit- ting the Trojans against the Rock Hill Bearcats. The out- come determined which team would meet Union inthe Reg- ion playoffs. Northwestern squeaked out on top by a score of 11-10. but their aspirations for a state championship were soon crushed by a strong Union team that eventually cap- tured the state title for itself. Despite this, the Trojans, under the guidance of coaches John Daurity and Ed Thompson, concluded the season with an exceedingly respectable 13-14 record and high hopes for the 1975 season. TEAM PICTURE: First Row, Lal? I0 Right: Mike McGaughey, Bill Wil- liams, Robert Dixon, Michael Parker, Tim Cooper. Rusty Carroll. Mark Sumwalt. Second Row: Herbie Caveny, Danny DuBard, Henry Poore. Rick Derose. Tom Collins, Neal Smith. Jimmy Hoskins, John Kay. Third Row: Coach Ed Thompson. Kevin Tinkler. Jeff Austin, HarTy Garrison, Mark Harris. Rob Holmes. Ronnie Hargett. Rocky DuBard, Coach John Daurity. X 1 .. .X .:- - x , X f 1 X- X . .L 1 6. N , ,K K N Q x Q I sf , M . - ix ., 3,1105 .N Ak Y 1 X x w 5. 'Omg fl' A - G ' 'Q , k .. , . .M fix x ,., Uxwifaq -Q , . , P n A in . .-Q . -w if . .K ,j V. 41 iff af, g. 3,2 . wk-.Y xx Q 1. ,V x 1 53.9-.w1.: A., . Xi 4 Q W 2 1' 4 V QQ .Q M-Q.. Q A -- sw bn Nw .Sf ' . 6, .R t Ky. N' If 5 ex ' ' ,QS Ku -gm sg ' K-'lx .Q H ' X f ' N www R551 f,,.,N"', Q, wx mr .+,,,. x www., k '-. 'K .wmsxvlf "A FAX, .. K Qrffilk Q W i vJSk2'if0kifkk..g J. Q, 'Mi .,,..A.. A QMv5,.Qai,.. . X z.. ' ik 'tb 'Q vt R -Q 4 ,ef wp V nd, i ke, Af W fx - Q vw -Q, Q., ., m ig, - 2' FY. Baseball Trojans Win Lancaster Invitational l 'Q YN wk. Q msgs i Q is s t fs X Q' 3 wx . "' an is 'x .A Q Q. gs lie X. w xl'- . ff! 5 Q 'K , Q, t xi -jx-N-,A an ig . 1 - a ,,, a K Y i Q , 2 -ys.s'n Qi! .. ., . X. 4 K. f - ' ' . 9 K.,-' . , .QQ 'Ui' . J' Rina it N we wx .th ws, arm .un Q " ...K it og "ui sh- 3' eel ff, '. A 's' 5 Nm ' ' Es" Q' K ' Y A K-L' rx? w wg.. Q f o 'flua ll Confusion at home plate. 21 Johnny Kay preparing to hit a home run. 35 Rocky Dubard displays fine Trojan batting form. 41 Jimmy Hoskins safely slides into base. 53 Jeff Austin, the season's most valuable player. ., ... U t , A 3 M4131 4 5 4 N 5' x ff' K' ff .cy Q X gf 1 L Q' ii E , Af? Ag L4 V - Y fw' 4 N, 1 f A ' ' dh f' ' f 4' . 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IJ Lee Ayers concentrates on keeping his eye on the ball. 23 SITTING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Lee Ayers, Saul O'Conner, Huey Smith, Wes Jenkins, and Charlie Mills. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Chris Mills, Paul Howe, Greg Ayers, and Coach Sumwalt. 33 Saul 0'Conner displays win- ning form in returning a serve. 3 Girls' Volleyball Volleyball Team Spikes To A Successful Season .. ,far A Participating in its initial year as a varsity sport, Northwestern's vol- leyball team posted an impressive re- cord of 12-7. Advancing to the semi- finals of the regional tournament, the Trojans fell to a strong and aggressive team from Chapin. The Trojans, coached by Laura Powell, dropped their first two matches to Mt. Pisgah and Lugoff- Elgin. They then defeated Camden, Andrew Jackson, and Rock Hill High. In their next encounter, the Trojans again fell to Mt. Pisgah after a three game match. The Trojans won three more matches before losing a heart breaker to Lugoff-Elgin, by a score of I4-16, 15-ll, and 16-18. Cited for their outstanding play were Judy Hinebaugh, Martha Sue Hope, Kathy Hoskins, Margaret Moore, Rebecca Myers, Glenda Simiril, and Anita Templeton. IJ Olivia Sheppard, official team scorekeeper, and Ginny Colahan, manager, observe as the Trojans win again. 21 Kathy Hoskins startles the opponents with a mean spike. 33 Margaret Moore and Rebecca Myers look forward to the next match. 47 STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Barbara Johnson, Rebecca Myers, Glenda Simiril, Kathy Hoskins, Martha Sue Hope, Judy Hinebaugh, Margaret Moore, and Coach Powell. KNEELING. LEFT TO RIGHT: Debra Hanser. Judy Adkins, Debra Boger, Beryl McFadden, Dee Williams, Phyllis Boger, and Anita Templeton. 5 ...ad 3 4 Page One Hundred and Ten hfgw 'QE Q If N ,f s rj-M Qi A -. 1 , K K b I x '::'A:::' I :gil Q gi - Q f li A - .UQ .. """f' ' x x 1 l , A A-wg A L A ' wf'1j"5M.5v59,,QQ:3f, Q Ji, k - F ' 4 . 1" x ' wx -X b 4 ff 'Q Q A A i , - 5 W - I ' K 3 Q ...uf g , fm 3 ' ' - f , A Q .ffl .VX S L .US A . X X J fb gf 5 . 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They gained victories over Gaffney and Lancaster, while losing to Winnsboro, Union, Chester, and Rock Hill. They tied Clover and Fort Mill. The Trojan offense was led by signal callers Leland Greeley and Hill Muse. The blocking of John Neely, Bobby Gaillard, Neal Hollis, Ron Sellars, Mike Ashworth, Dewy Davis, Rodney Deason, Ricky Kennedy, Joe Henly, and Richard Rhyner provided plenty of running room for Sam Pratt, Marty Barnes, Herbert Foster, Jim Sturgis, and Chris Carroll. On the receiving end of the Trojan aerial attack were Ray Lowder, Robbie Belk, Jackie Huddleston, Raymond Hutchinson, Richard Baker, David Bolen, and Ricky Wogon. The Trojan defense was led by the determined efforts of Billy Shillinglaw, Sam Pratt, Ray Lowder, Billy Sowell, Sam Shillinglaw, Leland Greeley, and Bobby Gaillard. JV Football headcoach Prescott is looking forward to the future with great expectations from these young men to carry on the WIN- NING Trojan tradition through much hard work, dedication, and pride in themselves and in Northwestern High School. Coach Prescott was assisted in his efforts by Coach Dawkins and Coach Sumwalt. Both gained important experience which will prove valuable to them in their later careers. Page One Hundred and FU'teen Trojans "Veer,' Their Way To State Playoffs The 1974 TROJAN MACHINE, operating with QB Jimmy Kiser at the controls, contributed another successful record for the NW record books. Highly ranked in the state ratings from the season's start, the Trojan men showed their stuff as they ended the season with an impressive 8-3 record and losing only to Southside and Lancaster in regular season play. The Trojans advanced to the state playoffs where seem- ingly invincible Hanna defeated them soundly, 41-0, thus destroying Trojans' hopes for the state championship. Seniors Geno Walden and Harry Hicklin headed NW's de- fense, while on offense David White, Roy Miller, and Jimmy Kiser led the running attack with Rick Sanford snaring the passes. TEAM PICTURE: TOP ROW, left to right: Coach Humphries, Steve Wilkerson, David White, Rick Sanford, Ryan Ramsey, CliffWylie, Geno Walden, Bill Landers, Mike McDowell, Thomas Mills, David Benjamin, Butch Leslie, Sam Foster, Mike Durham, Ronnie Hargett, Coach Dawkins. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Echols, Tim Cooper, Gilbert McClenningham, Dean Baker, Lee Ayers, Jimmy Kiser, Jerry Hefney, JeffAustin, Geoff Kirby, Mike Brown, Freddie Jordan, Ricky Baker, Tom Collins, Rob Ashworth, Johnny Kay, Coach Prescott. BOTTOM ROW: Coach Daurity, Raymond Staymey, Danny DuBard, Dennis Edwards, Davie Frederick, Billy Shillinglaw, Rick DeRose, Joey Stafford, Robbie Belk, Mike Culp, Roy Miller, Randy Burrell, Harry Hicklin, Coach Thompson. Page One Hundred and Sixteen I-1 Q' I S W 1' inf: 41 'f l' I n 'haw- O -'il ,f, ,Z 11-an e,, ""'N di is Ullm- vi. 5: ., My 'M ., J- -Q 0, mqgkf, ,win-Quay," l 0' S' r ff, Q .BS I, l Q I p.'.nw.u ' 6' ,R ' N 1 l f ,Q .- 3 if -. ,j x S X 1 A k A S Q xx hx ' x fav K N. .K ig Y .S 'n 5 S S 5 if s f' ' S ? Q S - g ff. K Q X Q Q ig S f ' 3 S X Q A A X X ,Q X g is .S S S - m 4 3 S 3 X 3 K , x - if if S 'WQTFN Q ' S 5 5 1 - Q Q V x sif X f P R . X X 51.1 IX X Q-.. N Q tx iEF if ggi? X. x R sf , if 1: .. XE X X 3' X N l lk O?- fx fx DVR 45, .. SNNS- I' X . r ,'v wQ.w.w41 I ff , fin' 1' . QT , .hui 5 V. 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X 1 we Q, N .Af ,ig X, , ,L . 0 1 V ,112 5 I x "' 1 . 11 R J .V. Cheerleaders Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Rally The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders displayed great pride and school spirit this year in their support of the .I.V. teams. In addition to their cheering re- sponsibilities, they painted signs and sold spirit buttons and ribbons. The JayVee squad members were Bess Lane, Susu Jenkins, Lynn Parris, Gayle Ussery, Ann Chapman, Ginger Graves, Donna Larkins, Deborah Boger, Denise Thompson, and Doris Baxter. Page One Hundred and Twenty Two S Q S mmxm N xx- X. xx -. ,Ja 'L Vfmzn H' K, .Jewry Varsity Basketball Trojans Win Region Regular Season Title The Mighty Trojans began their season with a bang, defeat- ing a much taller Butler team, 65-58. In his initial varsity competition,junior Dewey Bowen stepped in to take the place of the seniors of 1974, playing scrappy under the goal and out-jumping his taller opponents. Senior Rick Sanford, who also played an excellent game, led the scoring with thirty points. On their return visit, the Trojans had an offnight, only pulling down a total of twenty rebounds. Although their shooting percentage was high, at the final buzzer the scoreboard declared the Butler Tigers victorious by a score of 91-70. Northwestern had another off night against Fort Mill. The Trojans, forced to take outside shots and troubled on re- bounding, met their second defeat of the season 68-62. The tide turned at Chesterfield, although late in the game. Sophomore Gary Walton saw action for the first time, as he was drafted from the JV team. Defense was the key to the victory as the Trojans only allowed the Rams two points in the first quarter. The final score: 44-38. The Trojans entered conference play with an impressive win over Gaffney, 62-48. The depth of the Trojans was re- vealed for the first time, as Coach Moody emptied his bench the fourth quarter. Ben Fortson, Herman Johns and Tim Cooper contributed their share to the victory and gained valuable experience. Traveling to Winnsboro proved disasterous to the Trojans as they lost their first conference game, 55-58. Marvin Craw- ford and Jim Kiser made some key steals in the closing minutes of the game but the Trojans failed to turn them into points. Defense kept the Trojans within reach, but the time ran out. Again, sticky defense was the key to the victory over Union 41-38. Varsity Basketball Tournament Title, and Finish THIRD in State In the next game of the season, Northwestern lost a very physical battle to Fort Mill. Kiser kept the Trojans in the game during the final quarter, scoring fourteen points in cmcial situations. The Trojans got it all together in their following encounter, stomping Chesterfield 82-46. With the starters playing half the game and the reserves playing the other half, the Trojans had nine people score, four in double figures. This victory built up the rattled Trojans' confidence. The Trojans expressed their killer instinct as they clob- bered Lancaster 74-47. Outstanding defense, a tough full court press, and strong rebounding, along with "hot hands" was the name of the game for Northwestern. The first encounter ofthe season with the cross town rival ended in the Trojans' favor, 75-60. Jim Kiser again led the Trojan attack in the second half. Geno Walden also had a fine game. High scorer Rick Sanford poured in twenty two points for the night. The Trojans then ran over Chester 66-46 with Geno Walden and Rick Sanford playing especially well. Substitutes Danny DuBard and Herman Johns got into the action scoring a basket each. Winnsboro's name was temporarily changed to "Lose- boro" as they fell to the Trojans, 77-62. Revenge was in the Trojans' eyes as they played a fine team game in both ends of the court. Hot was the word of the night, as Northwestern scalped the Gaffney Indians 79-56. With all five starters hitting better than fifty percent of their shots, the bench saw plenty of action. Tough defense was also an asset for the Trojans. The Trojans managed to hold off a strong fourth quarter attack from Union to win their sixth consecutive game 74-66. Marvin Crawford, team leader in assists, had ten for the night. Dewey Bowen pulled down eleven rebounds. Geno Walden scored two crucial buckets to ice the win. mix. W Q V of M, 4 x I 'I QW iv Muna, m4f,,.--....,.--x...,4,s 2 4 X f'f- - , Fl' , Q ,. ,aw 1 V IP I I 4 in xi' 2 I nz! C A 3 yi Q lg, ,N g Q 9 X ,,1.f"'2Mi Q X4 ggi aww 4 z- A sf "T I-gn-gg' R ' I :s ,, 3 . It '. 'V . ,M ga, Q' . - "E: 5 f-4,1 ' f 'V 'V - ' Ig 'wf Q: .8 K 4X I a j.'iEf+f2 . 1,g.f" If ' . -f '-'hui'-i r ? L : : k , lwvq. - K A T '. ? ' A 5 :+V ,g , ! 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TEAM PICTUREQ KNEELING, lej7 to right: Vangela Thompson fmgr.J, Margaret Moore, Miriam Allen, Myra McClenningham, Rebecca Myers, Annette Kendricks, Terry Roberts, Rosalyn Jennings, Angela Thompson tmgr.J. STANDING: Coach Ed Thompson, Jill Barber, Susan Cawood, Brenda Ross, Martha Sue Hope, Jean Deas, Kathy Hoskins, Sally Herlong, Connie Cooper Cmgr.5. n " l2 NQWM"W'Qszst:w,,. Page One Hundred and Twenty Eight QXNN X2 tv' Xs ,mir 'M' N GW S if , .,' ' Y N X? f r "' ' W ef , 3 xii ' +A? " ff A -as W ,Q Q 'N .gy , Y ,B 1,. sg? X jim, Q3 Q www sv s 3' K b K 'N Q K 'A , A K. Q' . Wg , ay 9 f-N 'VM 2 X ,gf wk 1 nl: 4.15, ig, 13 L4 I J.V. Basketball J .V.'s Demonstrate the Pride of True Trojans 'Qs-W The baby Trojans won their first three games of the season against Butler ttwicel and Fort Mill, before drop- ping a heartbreaker to Chesterfield 43-39. Paced by the rebounding of Mark Collum and Ricky Norwood, the ball handling of Jay Grantham and Doug Sumwalt, and the all round play of Leland Greeley, the Trojans bounced back with devastating victories over Gaffney, Winnsboro, Un- ion, and Fort Mill. In a particularly exciting game against Chesterfield, the baby Trojans avenged an earlier loss as Sammy Pratt swished a twenty footer from the corner at the final buzzer. Lancaster won the baby Trojans' next match. The Trojans came back the following game to beat the Bearcats of Rock Hill High. In another close contest, the Trojans defeated Chester in overtime. Pressure foul shooting paid offas the Trojans only won by a single point. ln their next two encounters, the baby Trojans were dis- appointed falling to Winnsboro and Gaffney in close con- tests. The Trojans promptly romped the Union Yellow Jackets in their next game by a score of 73-40. Against Rock Hill High, the Trojans lost a thriller. The game went down to the last, with the final score 33-31. In overtime the Baby Trojansjust couldn't hang on as they fell to Lancas- ter, 36-34. ln their final game of the season, the young Trojans rallied and "blew the Cyclones" from Chester out of the gym by a score of 52-34. Coach Sumwalt feels that his team has matured greatly over the season and may become some of the greatest future Trojans Northwestern has ever seen. Page One Hundred and Thirty E?-:Sy 'Si"""x L2 Q ,IV Sfififf' "' v W if A VV' ' s'f"l' '77 QQQQ Of'---, w O M w fee Bk ,I '?3'?m12Pn'1ffff'11' f' .W six ' .Uaxsuf'M O NV ff' V..9,pW" "CL x f--.5 ff' Q .. , 1 'ff - Q mn n n 5911-f49',', Page One Hundred and Thirty One 6 Q 'L w w .9 tt 'M w NW Grapplers Send Two To State Tournament The Trojan wrestling team com- pleted another highly successful sea- son under the fine leadership of Coach Ken Humphries. Led by seniors Cap- tain Ronnie Lafitte, Captain Mike McDowell, Jimmy Covington, and Mike Blackmon, the team had the top score in the majority of the matches, and highlighted the season by soundly defeating Rock Hill High School on both confrontations. Northwestern once again hosted the Upper State Wrestling Tournament, where Trojans Mike Blackmon and Jimmy Covington reached the finals and became eligible to compete in the state finals. AA' nga,-, . ii!!! mei r M. K -11 FIRST ROW: Captains Ronnie Latitte, Mike McDowell. SECOND ROW: Rick DeRose, Dick Neely, Jerome McKinney, Dewey Davis, Alfred Culp, Mike Parker, manager. THIRD ROW: Hill Muse, Rodney Deason, Jimmy Covington, Craig Parker, Randy Herron. FOURTH ROW: Bnan Chambers, Bill Sowell, Richard Mitchell, Mike Ashworth, Mike Blackmon. FIFTH ROW: Coach Humphries, Danny Tinker, Ryan Ramsey, Danny Oates, Coach Prescott. 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X I bis fy xx t wU,,,f.4Y Q ss - , . ff-nf 'sq Q- , Q ... .. , .-1 I ' x Junior Class Exemplifies Sandra Adams Judy Adkins X Rmdy Bailey Rhonda Bailey Tony Bailey .- Junior Class "Spirit of 676" Gloria Alexander Susan Anders Jane Armstrong Wayland Bailey Dean Baker ,f L flxi Robbie Baker Jim Barbaree Jill Barber Marty Barnes Beth Bamctte Daved Benjamin Rhonda Berry David Beihea Page one lzundre Mike Bigger d and seventy three t I David Black Rob Ashworth Ricky Baker l I Robbie Bclk 7 Ragin Blackwell Junior Class Diane Blankenship Brenda Branham Kevin Boulware Debra Brazzell -yt Joe Boyd Tina Breeden Brenda Brown Jim Brown rr- its ia SM- i., , Mike Brown rr Q - V X . e ' - M ' Et: . Y - . Q K Lf ...t , L' ' S f. 1-'.9ff, 5,52 Qu . 5 A . ,Zigi fi Patricia Burton Martha Butler Brad Byers Martha Campbell Cindy Carter Shelia Carter 553' T. . A 1.5 .1 f R Faye B0Ykifl Willie Bradley Lori Brandon 5 9 A m t . fr, x, ,.. xiii' za? Charles Brice Lamarie Bridges Roddey Broadnax Q ' X. rx K , "NX if , f '1 C Kathy Buice Randy Burrell Calvin Burris Wendy Byers Rick Byrum Carolyn Caldwell Susan C21W00d Marvin Chappell Jay Clamp Page one hundred and seventy four Junior Class Susan Cody Tommy Collins Teresa Conley Sharon Cooney Tim Cooper Cynthia COUSHF Johnny Covington David Cowan Ben Cox Pam Crabtree Loretta Crank Walter Crome . V, tr .bv ii Q' X 7' ' - 4 . t. AQ Aw K ,lx f 4 Z. -slxilj ,E l f Tw- A f' A49 'E w -. X . ' fi? ' ' 9 . . ,WPA Janet Crosby Richard Crowson Kathy Crumpler Dorothy Culp Mike Culp Michele Curry Rebecca Davenport Ann Davis Jimmy Davis Patricia Davis Reginald Davis Nita Dease Sharon Dees Rick DeRose Timmy Denton Robert Dixon Danny DuBard Mike Dukes Page one hundred and seventy five Junior Class Dunny Dunlap Teresa Dunlap Greta Evans .S .4-' v. 'r 9 ka. Charlene Faulkner .Q r . LI, , ..,,. re, N . A be .x ies Michael Durham Dennis Edwards Debbie Elliott Bemard Ellis Alvin Fee Debra Fee Thalia Feemster Beverly Ferrell A A ,Y l I Page one hundred and seventy six 'QQ Freddy Foster if, . , Nancy Garrett Gerald Gilmore 1 n i rf' :Q- James Grant -4'-.. Q' Junior Class Keith Ferrell Susan Fields Linda Fisher Paul Flegck Steve Forsythe Ben Fortson Sue Franks Davie Frederick Jimmy Freeman Harry Garrison Linda Garvin Angie Gaulden Sidney Goode Georgia Gordan ' Robin Gordan Linda Freudenthal Susan Gaydos Charles Graham . Sandra Galloway Cindy Geddings Ronnie Graham Tracey Grant Charles Green Robert Gross Joe Hall Sheri Hamilton Page one hundred and seventy seven Junior Class Wayne Hefney Mark Hamrick Cindy Hand Helen Hawkins Jeff Heath Rachel Hedrick Jimmy Helms Pam Hilton Mark Holmes Jimmy Herlong Chris Hinson Charles Hood Jean Hemdon Danny Herron Randy Herron Jack Hildebrand Charles Hinton James Hinton Margaret Holler Donna Hollis Jayne Homsby Susan Horton Thomas Horton Kathy Hoskins Tommy Hucks David Hudspeth Raymond Hutchinson Lynn Hyatt Claudia Iovanna Gwen Isom Page one hundred and seventy eight - 7 Junior Class Ann K. lvey Ted JCfT0fdS Rosalind Jennings Jeff Jenkins Herman Johns Beth Johnson Ken Johnson Sherrie Johnson Virginia Johnson Vicki Johnston Dennis Jones Patti Jones Thomas Jones Billy Jordan Dennis Jordan Freddie Jordan Ronnie Jordan Brian Keller i Howard Kellett Phyllis Kennedy Ricky Kennedy Karyn Kimbrell Terri Kincaid Annette Kendrick Geoff Kirby William Kirk Lenee Kirkpatrick Bob Knight Willettg Knox Linda Koonce Page one hundred and seventy nine Junior Class Lloyd Lafiite Bill Lansford Robert Ligon si ESX Teresa Livengood Brenda Livingston Johnna Lodge Z: W 1 . Sally London Herbie Lowery Ned Marshall Jackie Massey Bobbie Matthews Jimmy McArthur X N. Kaye McCaston Joe McClenningham Mike McCr0rey Sandy MCDHIHCI Mary McFadden Susan McGinnis Jerome McKinney Allen McLean Mary McManemon Bernard McNeal Page one hundred and eighty Mike McGaughey ri s Terry Melton David Merk Nathan Morgan Craig Parker Junior Class .435 Nadine Mitchell Richard Mitchell Thomas Mills Charlene Moore Louise Moore Annie Odom Mike Parker Melanie Outlaw Stephanie Outlaw Laurie Padgett Tony Parker Faye Pan'ish Jennifer Parrish l , St Gloria Page Laddie Parrish L Wayne Parrish Bob Patton Cheryl Payne Alan Percival Jimmy Percival Debbie Perdue S f X -1 X f X! O , 1 Lenford Pickett John Pincelli Susan Pinochet Sheridan Pittman Mikell Platt Debbie Player Page one hundred and eighty one Junior Class Sam Poore Lori Price Marshall Ragsdale Glen Rawls Lillian Reese Doug Reynolds Hope Richardson Danny Roberts Eddie Robinson Rusty Robinson Robin Robinson Gregory Roseboro ViCkY Roseboro Mike ROSS Rena Russell Sibby Schebelka Ron Sellers Doris Sexton sm, M. t ki ll he 5 Billy Sllillinglaw Dianne Shillinglaw Sammy Shillinglaw Mark Shipman Dee Shuler . xt .... i Claude Sloan Iris Smalls Ann Smith Neal Smith Page one hundred and eighty two Paul Smith Glenda Simril Perry Snipes - r 7 J i K fklijf N7Nfl73?f'.f 5? 1 wx.: 'ftw.Wh,.f , lm: f - 'lf Ywdfilff 1 1 ' A 1 A ' A - fi 6 --w 1. W-fig ww f gf-,ug-gy 5 -gg .- ,H f, 'F 9 ami- If ' N ,wg . .zf-wg :gg ' -, ' ,v,,. M, - 4- A gy k - :, gv!f4,.3gg5,, K-' 9 -x .YL ,kgag9r"' by W. -, V- it k ard. U Q 5' ' 1 4 Q , 1'? QS if: , X i 4 A X Qs 'S 'X - fa -1 v r A xx. A W . X . .QS , RQ- lx x if f A-I mg -fx K. mg f 1 W' ' . LK f , ga? -4 Q! .72 ' - .Li Lyn -6 . 5f S wtf' V N Eiirf! k A - 'fum Q X . .N X ff' ' G ' x ' ig x f xf 1 at Q f r 15511 ' if gi X Q ' 1 s 1' L A " 1 . , x iff! 'Q .3 - ' X . ff I wi ins' " . f fx I, - - ' K wg A L P , A Ar A Qx, N 4 A Q55 ji vb ,-5. 5- ,3 g E 5 S W S . 5 . " X k ! 1 3 - .AWK 'L Saw A 5- .Q X AN v 'ii 4. f-2 . f if n A: Q vi ..- Q.. .fm 1-ar fs 4 MQN51 ur. v .. nv' S' Junior Class Cheryl Walton Bobby Ward Tommy Watterson Christy Watts Frank Weaver V4 'j-in lr- 14 L 5' 1-Tis Martha Wheeler Billy Williams Sara Williams Sheree Williams Julian Wilmore SX? at 52 W sw ' age Qt so sg N as Ks 'V 1 an y t L I' VM K E My y is-NNN, Q. Steve Workman Melissa Wright Pam Wright Charles Yorke Andy Young Jim Young Sharon Young Shirley Young Denise Youngblood Page one hundred and eighty four Eric Webb Keith Windham Pala Youngerman In Memory Of John B. Craig In the death of our friend, Johnny, we experienced a great loss. We re- membered past days, days we had shared with him. We remembered the warmth of his smile, the sound of his voice. Yes, we have lost a classmate, a cheery smile, and a dear friend, but we have not lost the loving memories which will remain with us forever. Junior Class "To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die." -Thomas Campbell Page One Hundred and Eighty Five I J Mists .W ,. A :--ww Myyqgww-Nwxxlnassvaiczm-ivan-4-W'Nw .k, m. 1 wwwv 1 WAT! 1 n Mwafxm .QM . , Cllaao 06 '77 K ,Q f v 5151 1-V" ' X ,i f 5 I4 a 43 Q' ' Q . . L g s - 1 8' 5 0 6,w,.s,1f -'r - X Q W .-L,,...2.13-,g.,iQ ,F QQ, X N' V 'is' WWW :F.i'Wll... mf 1 A A i,,..v+'lS532.'a',, NAL . g may 1 Q 1 ay- 13 ,sg if X 237- 'r , fe., rpyd ,- i lv fm' .,.x Q 1 as ' 1, x , '52 as 1, ss Q N, if :lf 52+ fi' Sophomore Class ,L . Ns H.: 1' if Q.. 4. - ., N ,. Cindy Ahcmathy Donnie Adams AI Adickes it Qs wi -fs M 'ir Clarke Adickes Judy Adkins Tommy Adkins Jessie Aiton Andrea Allen ww Qi wt Bonnie Allen Miriam Allen Susan Anderson Keith Anglin Brenda Anthony Chris Araxnt 'K J' "xr r . ,V 1-X if ,X 5 A . 5 X x C Juunltzi Armstrong Dgbhin Ashm in N '- C 4 . A ,N r Charles AShW0l'lil Mike Ashworth Kirk Atkins Michael Avery Howard Awbffy Bobby Aywfk Debbie Ayers Terri Ayers Page one hundred and eighty eight Sophomore Class Inga? -A:' tr I B , 'S it ji. X 'F ff Mickey Bailey Rithard Baker Myron Barber 0. X " 'is NS. nl. -a ' R A, V ' I , Barbara Barnes Cynthia Barron Bohby Bates ff all Thomas Baxter Bertha Benjamin Michelle Benjamin x Sandy Barker N Doris Baxter i Bztrhatru Bishop Darrell Bishop Debbie Blackerby Bill Blackwell Chuck Boatwrighl i fu GJ' , ' if , I I 1 Debra Boger Gretchen Boger Clifton Bolder David Bolin 6: x V 5- 3 'I JN K it 1 , t , P ' ' I ,, 1 - I ' - - t .A ' K..- l N X 5 I ' k Rs. X if i L..4 . X 'N Zick Boone Barbara Boyd Deanna Boyd Danny Bratlon Page one hundred and eighty nine Sophomore Class v"'l'i , I Dianne Bfalil Mike Bfalil PHlfiCi1l BFCCZC Ruben Bl'iCC Carolyn Brock Cindy Brooks Marty Brooks Dale Brinegar 'KNJ' Bobby Brown Henrietta BFOWI1 Ricky Brown Barbara Burkins Jimmy Burnette Linda Burns Linda Burr Beverly Burton Evelyn Bllllff MiCh11Cl BUUCY Clyde Byers Glenn Byers Ricky Byers Tina Cannon Chris Carroll James Cassell Willie Cathcart Tommy Caloe Bryon Chambers 1 . 62 , I f C 4' if 1, . ' .H -J: ". t - i f L -S .. Becky Conner Cathy Cooper Connie Cooper Jcfl' Cudd 1 Mark Cullum Thomas Culp X Ann Chapman Reginald Chisolm Cindy Copeland Cathy Covington bw Rhonda Curtis Sally Dalton Page one hundred and ninety 9' K - ' in R 5 " i , 'ir t 5 . x K ' r xi 1 Keith Cobb James Cole Ginny Colohan Karen Crady Greg Crah Beverly Craig Ray Daniel Dewey Davis Mike lhvis 1 i i ,. f Sophomore Class 4. 04 -as 'Lv Patti Davis William Davis Q -5 Q .. i qu 3 I ' 'Fx Tami Dickson Sharon Dillcy -X .' 5, Faye Dunlap Leu 551,35 xx . I , Qxff .A-..l, o'O ox Q.5l ,ss UD- is ll' ,x .lean Dong Larry Dcas Rodney Deason ak i xx lfYf1l1 Dillon Sammie Dixon Bobby Doslcr 'Wx o l " 'al 0 9' 0 1 0 Q .Q . Q' . s . !...s!..:1'l .I ' N. Q 5 Q .C 9 5. O..' O Q., 'O .U Olg. 0' 1' x.O'Q,4 C 1 O 5 Cl 15110 0 Q I 0 ,. X... Ray Dennis Barbara Dc Young Wayne Dial Miriam Douglas Randy Douglas liarhara Dunlap ew-v Rebecca Edwards Ricky Elkins Edith Elliot Page one hundred and ninety one L Q, A v x l I 11 l v Algeria Ervin Kim Ervin Pal lislridgc Sophomore Class if at e Gary Faile Sheila Ferguson Tobie Ferguson .lulian Friday Peggy Gourly lilla Hall Tammy Harmon Benny Funderhurk 1 ' Q , Y Michael Graham Kathy Hall Allan Harrison Tommy Galloway Joe Ellen Ford ix X' ee ls.. Chris Garris Vernon LcGrande Sam Grantham Ben Hamilton Charles Hamilton x 3 E I l ,F ,. Bobby Forsythe Herbert Foster Taffy Foxx X i .. Q M . . e j x N ju t. t K ' 1 L if E N .s,. , e2-:eff f 8' , a,,a tr vf g A 55 J L Steve Gibson Alicia Giles Bobby Gaillard 5 :...: X t N Z Ne. I S lf N Ginger Graves Leland Greeley Margie Greene 5 - N at H I Patricia Hammond Katrina Hancock Debbie Hanser Michcllo Freeman Terry Gist Tina Greene Q . , jf . X 5 I ,ff i ' t V F Y ft f K-X r ' Q Jerry Hargett Vessie Hart Charles Harvey Oscar Hayes Roger Hayes Sammie Heath Gloria Hemphill Page one hundred and ninety two ps yu M' it f d . lx iii' in X 4 ",' X Jttdy Henderson Julie Henderson Joe Henley SZIHY Hcfllmil Leland Hicklin its S Marie Holhcrt Carlisle Holler Carlos Holliman Neel Hollis Jackie Huddleston Carla Hunt Larry Hutcherson Bobby Ingram Barbara Jackson Helena Jackson Paul Jatrck Mary Jenkins Susan Jenkins David Jester Debbie Johnson .W I Sophomore Class Shirley Hinton William Hinlon Cieratltl Hinton 0- Rhonda Hudson X ,fl U .1 J Jaime Jackson Ray Hufmcucr Cheryl Huftstctlcr SUNY -JHCKWU Vunesszt Jackson fr, , Sw John Johnson Johnny Johnson Man-vin Johnson S , ' .I Snnitu Johnson Steven Johnson Barbara Johnson Mike Jones Randy Jones Rohin Jones Debra Jordan Fred Jortlun Page one hundred and ninety three Y if ni XJX A Sophomore Class Linda Joseph ,1, .. L :Q Susan Killough Mae Joseph Ann Keigcr Jimmy Kendall Allen Kendrick Jeff Kincaid Johnny Kirby Kyle Kirby Rosanne Knight Rowan Langford Melissa Lanier Donna Larkin Kmhy Lassing E,-nest Lee Michelle Kenninglon Joyce Kennedy Peggy Key Michael Lance Bess Lane Hank Lane Horace Leitzsey Dean Leopard Terri Leopard SSS" J: Al. Jane Ligon Susan Little Ray Lowder Donnie Lowery Millie London Gus Long Lewis Long Mattie Long Kim Love .g e ' tie 4 42 ' x .4 L , lx , ' A 'X ' Q John Marshall v i K 'S- Sally Love Renee Lucas Gloria Lumpkin Wayne Madsen Pai Mahaffey Eddie Maples Melvin Maples D0nl'liC Milflin 5011000 Muffin Tammie MHXJC Janice McAteer Ronnie McAleer Ann McCall Mira McCIenningh im Page one hundred and mnety four Gwen McClure Randy McCollum Marty McCormick Cassie McCrorey Doretha McCoy Helen McCullough jghnny Mcfullough s J 5 , . on o E A .1 0,'u . 35 g of 5 . f 'X 1l.X'le'l'.x. fo- Shirley McCullough Kathy McDaniel Tina McDaniel Jeff McDowell Beryl McFadden Robert McGuire jimmy Mqlslancmnn Cathlecn Millcr Cindy Millioncs Kevin Mills Jimmy Mitchell Ronald Mitchell Donald Minor Kaylyn Mohlcy Brent Morehead Jeanna Moore Ray Moore Willie Moore Lynn Morris .lcri Morris Dqhhic Mullins , A t X r ! 1 Hill Muse Ivory Murray John Neely Sandy Newton Ricky Norwood Billy Oates liarhara Parker Ken Parks Lynn Parris Heyward Parrish Kirk Patterson TTICI3 P'llflCk Karl PCICFS Chip Petit i ' X Page one hundred and ninety five Sophomore Class f Rosa McCullough llilly McM4mrc Rosa Muhlcy Mikc Murtl' 2' 'x Lcnora Parker Ronnie Petty I Sophomore Class AWFCG PCUPICS Gail Pillmlln Bill Plylcr Bynum Poe Faith Poag Anne Poore Sam Poore Charles Prcsler Dart Raymes Gary Rast Debbie Ratterree Debbie Reynoldg Lorrie Rice l,isa Robinson Micky Robinson Rhonda Robinson Tommy Robinson Larry Roekholt - I Debi Ryan Freddie Simmons Wi! .if . ,, s e4v 1 ,,M E Steve Smith Eddie Sanders Donna Sehawel Virgil Sealy Edward Sexton Connie Roseboro f 5 3:35 t Sammy Pratt Douglas Rohins Joel Robinson Brenda Ruekart Billy Russell it , 152, 9, 4 F 5 3 i HL4ii 'eg a Quai fxah, Margie Sexton Iva Shercr :jg Erie Simpson Lynn Simpson Wendell Sims Rhonda Snipes Eddie Spencer - 1' 'St ist S SX uv N , . K X' T' Y 9' ' sf i gg 5 '.. i Kenneth Springs Page one hundred and ninety six Sharon Shylle Barbara Smith Debbie Smith Martha Smith Mary Smith Wi Vickie Starnes Priscilla Starr Fam Steele Sherri' Steele 3 Sophomore Class Thomas Stevenson Bobbie Stiff Mary Stone Wanda Strawhorn Teresa Strong Jim Sturgis Jimmy Styles Dave Sumwall Doug Sumwalt Sally Taylor Larry Thomas Brenda Thompson DCFHSC Tl10mPSUI1 Dennis Tl10mPS0n M ary K a Ann Weathershy Ron Timberlake Timmy Totherow Bernice Tucker Beth Tucker Mike Tucker Doug Turhcville Ginger Thompson Ricky Thompson Gigi 'liurney Gayle Ussery O' t t gf 3' , . x K , -4 L . . N wx Q 1 X3 au K X thy Vick Doris Walker Patricia Walker Juanita Walker Eleanor Wallace Michelle Walters Don Walton Gary Walton I Jimmy Webb fx f Bill West Dickie West Linda White Richard White Wallrinu While lislher Whitlock Whittaker Danise Wilder Debbie Wille Carol Williams Carrot Williams Dee Williams Joe Williams Hugh Williams Page one hundred and ninety seven Sophomore Class Mike Williams Ricky Williams Skeet Williams Robin Williamson Gail Wilson Minnie Wilson Danny Wise Ricky Wogon y . g, . Suzanne Womack Adrian W00d11l'd Jilnel Woody Lorraine Worthy Chris Wyatt Joey Wyatt Lynn Wyatt Jody Yongue Bryan Znchery One of Howard Awbrey's daily duties is driving a bus. Page one hundred and ninety eight kr , ,il-2 1 g '- 1 Q A . X L ' N 4" -X Rx ' Elf. Q' 3 44' .eg vi RS: ff- Ak '2 ' k s ' 9 ' -ff - xL., , kv g 5 . X - ' vu., M. Q - u Q 7 , ,Xxx Rx n ' -Q N -.sr . S5919-f AJ"NLi K xx. . -1 Q . . is .-'NVQ . X' Q fs 4 . , N . ' . 9 ' . 1' 0 O-1 can N, , ' s Q 5, ei r ,Y 4 U C Q ,' mv. 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Q, 'v Q I 'Q' +'i Q,frf3'v, gg 1' ' ,DW X lx. ' f-M" " s , v K . X KK P3 -Q Sw 245 29. . Kegl?-xv., Q , sl. tl Km x .' KK if .I ' ' Ph' Q o,'.S'Q?. 'A w- I I A' iwx N I' 'W . I. S A gi v iz mf' f gf in 1' .J 55 ' . .X .. , 'ing Q' Q' gb Q 'ffv 'Y "f JL QM ' fx I NJ! 'U u 'if' '- '2 41, -.Q -I5"w' QV X. -'E I f I Q Q Q -X S1 ,QQ ,r ' Q ,W x Q-X, 41-s H 'R A - Y Q f K NW X . ' x X wx- .Q ,Q f.f f, .Q X' A 1 ' ' ...ilk .i.4.,i. --'f . 't f I, figs Q gf . 1 I A1.a'xif.lI. gif Tn Q Senior Directory as ,lf 'Z ls , ,, gs' i- R 0 0 W f , 1975 Sen r -lrec 1 J X I Q X , . . , if ' ' ,V 1. I Adams, Mike Yf NHS? i- '31 eKil dI,3:GAAl2y3gP.C.-K' -wi W-tics,l,Z3 Knobbe Shoppe,l. Choral Ensemble,-1, Spanish Club,l'HsFoot- f i Fellow,y cietyggtg utstandillg American Brown, Lamont ball,lg Track,3,4g Latin Club,'3fi P State - ' High Sch ' Studeih , , 'til' Class V.P.1 BFUWI1, Ricky Chorus,4. - iii H Soph. -:-H: V.P.g Jr. r. Prom Comm.,3g WFCSUIHS5- Adickes, George t P NCTE m ilf- 'ing Award,41 DAR Award,4g Op- Bl'UlIlfield, Pal- Transferred from Catawba g RM " - i ard,4g Who's Who Among Ameri- L1bl'aI'y ASSISIHIIIJS FFCHCH Cl!-lb.23 Chess NORTHWESTERN-French Clilb':i':2ii'Wii ' H 1 4'k igh School Students,4. Club,1,29 PSAT C0f1'llTlCl'ldCCl Student- Adickes, Lessie 5 Choral Ensemble, Secretary,35 S etary, , Jr. Marshals,3g Spanish Club,l,2, ima Club,2,3: Secretary ,4: Oliver,2g The King and 1,31 P.C. Jr. Fellow,3g All-State Chorus,3,4g Society ofOutstanding American High School Students,3g Jr.Sr. Prom Comm.,3. Alexander, Deloris Aeneid Staff,-13 Student Council Rep.,4g Pep Club,l,2,3,4g Cheerleader,l,21 Track,l. Alexander, Mike Bus Driver,l,2,3. Alexander, Sherri Pep Club,l,2g Jr. Achievement,3. Altman, Ralph Track,lg FFA,2. Amick, Trey Spanish Club,l,23 Band,l. Anderson, Bob Transferred from Lelehua High School in Hawaii, Hawaii-French Club,l,2g Science Club,2g Lunchroom Assistant,l ,2g 4 Comers Club,l,2. NORTHWESTERN-NHS,3,4g Drama Club,3. Ardrey, Beth Aeneid Staff,2,3,4g French Club,2,33 Pep Club,l,2g NHS,3,4g Drama Club,2,3g Pres.,4: Oliver,2g The King and I,3g Interclub Coun- cil,4. Ashworth, Vicky A Austin, Jeff 5 I fi ff' Spanish Clubil,2g Football,-1,42 J.V'.JBasket-ff f ball,21 Baseball,l,2,3,4g MVP Bruin Baseball Tourney,3: Jay-Teens,2,3g FCA,l,2,4g Key Club,V.P.4g Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.,3. - Aycock, Danny Trojan Trumpet,3,4: French -Club,4g Band,l,2,3,4g Track,1,2g Latin Club,l3 Liter- ary Magazine,3. Ayers, Lee Transferred from Asheboro High School: Asheboro-Student Council Rep.,2,3g Foot- ball,l,2g Latin Club,2. NORTHWESTERN- Student Council Senator,4g Rep.,3g German Club,3: NHS.3,4: Alt. Boys State Rep.,3: Tennis,2,3: Football,3,4: J.V. Basketball,2g Jay-Teens,3,4g FCA,2,3,4: Key Club,4. Ayers, Sharon Transferred from Richmond Sr. High School, Richmond-Biology Club,2,3. Baker, Anne p Choral Ensemble,4g Spanishi'Club,lg Pep ff Club,33 Drama Club,31 Bus Driver,3,4g Liter- ary Magazine,3. Barnes, Carol Morton Barnes, Jeanie X Aeneid Staff,2.33 Business Manager,4, Choral Ensernble,4: French Club,3,4g Pep- Club,33 NHS,3,4: Drama Cllib,3g Tutor,l. Barnes, Mike Barnes, Ruck Spanish Club,2. Barnette, Angela Transferred from Rawlinson Road, Band,l3 Cheerleader,lg Presidential Physical Fitness Award,l. NORTHWESTERN- French Club,43 Pep Club,2,4g Spanish Club,2: ROTC Drill Team,2,4. Bates, Beth Transferred from Sullivan, Sullivan-Choral Ensemble,l. NORTHWESTERN-Choral Ensemble,4gJr. Marshals,3g French Club,2,33 Pep Club,3g NHS,3,4, Girls State Rep.,3g Cheerleader,2,3,4g Furman Scholar,3g FCA, Sec.,4g Society of Outstanding American High School Students,3. Beaty, Robert German Club,4g Football,2g J.V. Basket- ball,2g Cross Country,3,4g Track,l,2,3,4g FCA,3,4. Becknell, Jeff Track,l. Belue, Sheila Spanish Club,l,2g Pep Club,l,2,3. Bennett, Charles Spanish Club,2q Cross Country,3g Track,2. Blackman, Mike Spanish C1ub,l,2g Homecoming Court Es- cort,4g Wrestling,2,3,4: Baseball,l,2,33 FCA,3,4. ' f Blackwell, Lynn dw Student Council Rep. ' Pe qi, Boatright, Pam ,c'i , 7 1 Transferred from .T. illiams, Charlotte, N.C. J.T. Williams-Choral Ensemble,lg Drama Club,lg Cheerleader,l. Transferred to West Charlotteg West Charlotte-Choral En- seml:rle,2g German Club,2.-W NORTH- Blake, Karen N ' H ""!' :WESTERN-Pep Club,2'Z,Choral EflS6l'QblC,4,Jf , ' Drama Club,4. J ' " W' Boger, Phyllis Student Council R,ep.,3g Office-Assistant,3,4g ,Pep Club,4g Drama Club,4i' GAA,l,2,3,4: s ,Track,lg Gymnasticsi1,,2,3: Volleybal,l,4,,Jr: AchieyementQ3fJu'nior 'Class V.P.:i Jri.Sr. Prom Comm.,3. f Bolder, Donnie ROTC,1,2,3,4. Bolder, Terri French Club,2g Homecoming Coun,4: Pep Club.l,4: Cheerleader,l,2g Jr. Achieve- ment,2g Knobbe Shoppe,1. Boyd, Harvey Office Assistant,4g Library Assistant,3g Bas- ketball,2g Announcer,2g FCA,2g Jr. Achieve- ment,2. Boyd, Janie Boseman, Gwen P ROTC, DrillfTeFam,4.-Q We , ,f Brandon, Mike 1 Spanish Club,2g German Club,3g V-Pres.,43 Homecoming Court Escort,4g Oliver,2g The King and I,3. Bratton, Chuck a Spanish G'lub,'f,:" Pep Club,4g J.V. Foot- ball,1,2g Track,lg Bus Drivers,3,4. Brewer, Debbie Transferred from Great Falls High, Great Fall 'Pep Clu - R V STERN-Office is Q t,2g ' uil . , P ra A Q Brice, Julie Transferred from Catawba Academy: Catawba-Annual Staff,lg French Club,l,2g Homecoming Court,1,2: Cheerleader,l,2g Barr, Patil mf fi ' Basketball,l,2g Freshman Class Sec.: OW ' istant,2. 51m,,v Sophomore D, , ss V.P.3 Pep Club,2.' Barlio , na FQ,-J' , NORTHW fs ,.-at Club,3g :faenqtg C, a- , - 'PCOMC ggnatorjg Rep.,23 Jr. Marsh ' , Q Q- ,' inai ,'.-" tr ,Spani Club,l,2,3g Homecoming Coun,4g p Pep 3 Cheerleader, 1,2,4g Gymnas- ,ss Page Two Hundred and Two Buddin, Bobby Spanish Club,3g Band,l,2: Latin Club,l. Buddin, Jimmy Student Council Representative.2,4: Band,l. Burdette, Vance Library Assistant,2g Wrestling,2: Chess Club. Burkins, Helen Trojan Trumpet,-tg French Club,1,2g Health Careers Club,43 Science Club,3. Bumette, Bobby Transferred from Sullivan, Sullivan-Band,l. NORTHWESTERN-Spanish Club,2g Band,2,3,4g Liv fy azi - - ' Burris, Connie Q ty E Byars, Kenny 3 I A 5 Q N ,I M a G a ey Byars, Dan 1 1 i Z Transferredfro tra Ac my, con, Ga.3 Stratfo y- o , , Club,2g Baseball,lg Pep Club,l. NORTH- WESTERN- Spanish Club,3g Golf,3,4g FCA,4. - Bynum, Josephine Transferred from Sull' n: Sullivan- S mx r s bit, F nchl C b 3' eco C rt GA 2,43 e er,2, ,Fw ,4. Campbell, Judy Choral Ensemble,3g French Club,2g NHS,3,4g All State Chorus,3. Campbell, Lorraine ,Tra sfepl'ed,,fr o'nswood,,Jt1t i 'lRobxins6vo'od-Mgtllihhgadqzls,,Cohtest , Certificate of Merit for B 'Average,l. Trans- ferred to Princess Anne High School: Princess Anne-Jr. NHS,2g Annual Staff,3.',Transferrefl of to John, Sp. Batte igh- choo 5 Joh S. ,- -fBattfe-+Phy'si'i:s'iCliibglf'Nevi?spapg' sf ,3. I Cannon, Randy Carroll, Rusty Choral Ensemble,l,2g Student Council Rep- tative,l,2g Spanish Clu, ' Base- P ball,I, gFCA,l. X .9031 , , ' 9 , A - Chi s biflii Qanish C g P ilu , C b, 4gThe ' a I, ' ' eny, Herbie ' Lunchroom Assistant,lg Homecoming Court Escort,-lg Wrestling,2,3g J.V. Football,lg Baseball,2,33 Bus Driver,3,4. Chapman, Barry ,v Manish C1ub,1,2'1 Footbah, Man.2yfMan23' 'Man.4g Track,-Man. l 3 Man.2: Man.3:iMan.-if FCA,2,3,4.,- Cherry, Jeh' Basketball,2g Txack,2g Latin Club,2. Chisolm, David Homecoming Escort,41 Basketball,2g Bus Driver,3,4. Chisholm, Dennis Library Ass't,l,2g panish Club,l,23 ,Pep Club,l,2g Footb ,lg Basketball,2g Base- ba1l,l,2,3,4. -' Clark, Donf t 1 +- Transferred from Sullivan, Sullivan-Band,l. NORTHWESTERN-Jr. Marshals,3, Spanish Club,2g NHS,3,4g Band,2,3g 1stLieutenant,4g Cross Country,3,4g Track,2,3.4g P.C. Jr. Fel- low,3g Society of Outstanding American High School Students,33 Key Club,4. Clark, Karen Aeneid Staff,3g Student Council Rep.,3g Of- fice Ass't,3,4g Spanish Club,l ,23 Pep Club,l,2g Drama Club,l ,2,3,4: The King and ,f J - -ff! fi ,t-1ff.f'i fr f,f'l-0' fi' If ,f . "ra-1. rf X S . .V Senior Directory 33 Careers xl 4QEg'.f V , Estesgaoey f Spanish Club,l,2,3g Homecoming Court,4g Ilins, Sa 1 S ,Q Inte lub Cp il,3g Spanish Club,l,2g Ger- NHS,3,4g Drama Club,3,41 The King and I,3g Transfeta' from e Hei ts Jr. O ma. , ross Country,l,2 J rack, GAA,l,2,3gGymnastics,l,21FCA,2. at School:Qa -fr Heigll heerle r,l. T l,2 Mos Yr aluable in Field E ts,3. lr H Grant, Collins ferred to Rock r-mt gn sen , - 11, Fqst m ,. French crnb,2: Pen Club-1-214: Boys State CiVineneS'2y3,4: Newspaper Staff. , om Wilson Jr. Schoolf Rep.,3'2 Band,l,2: Captain,3,4g Bus Homecoming Cour1,23 jr, Marshallsjg ii Charlotli nsferred Easg klenburg ry Driver,2,3,4gJay-Teens,2. French Club,2: Jr. Class Play,3. High Sehen I "iii if ndelf50llr Dickie NORTHWESTERN-Choral Ensemble.43 Fel'8US0ll, Becky S . ClUb,2: o ecoming Court Es- Student Cnnneir Rep.4: French Club.3g Student Cnnneil Senet0r,2,3: ep..2,3 iln- .4: NHS.3.4: , Hgmecgming Conrt'4: NHS'3'4: Drama terclub Council,3g French Club, ,3: Bonnie ,f V- Club,45 The King and 1,31 Science Club,4. H0fnee0rninsC0urt-4:PepClub,l-2,31Drama 9' Oral E mble SpaniSh ClUb,22 Comer, Joan Club-31 SClCl1CC ClUb-3- omec ng Cong, Y Pep Club,3.4g Drama French Club,2: Health Careers Club,3. FOFEUSOII, Mark Club, , Cheerl ez 1 ,I,2.3.41 Gymnas- Comer, John Ffemll ClUb,2.3l Homeeoming ESCONY4- tics,l,2,3: FCA,4' 1 A rary Magazine,3. Transferred from Lindbergh High School, St. Ferrell, A011 Hall, Anthony ' - , Louis, Mo. Comer, Steve Jay-Teens,2. Covington, Jimmy Lunchroom Ass't.lg Wrestling.l,2,3,4: Foot- ball.l: Jay-Teens,2.3: FCA.2. Covington, JoAnne Literary Magazine,3. ' avi n, Olllqi SS s epli .l,2,4:, King and I,3:.l cgie Gig . A Craig, ging 1 5 53 , if! 5 Cllil5,2Q i. ,ai A, Crawford, Calvin Football.J.V..lg Bus Driver,l,2,3,4. Crawford, Marilyn Spanish Club.2,3: Pep Club,3g Science - lu 2,3., f wad, Ma vi - r h , ec f 98: a et ll, ,4 J .,l1 415 J Crome Je g X J' Office A35,4: Spailish Clnb,4. Davis, Janis Deese, Marc if Wrestling,2Z Fbotball,2,3: Track,ti2: FFA,2. -Deese, Terasayf' . rf Q P . , Dingle, Stephanie ' ,r French Club,2.3: Pep Club.3,4: Science Club.3g Jr. Achievement,4. Dixon, Mark French Club,2: Spanish Club.3: Football,l. Dixon, Willie Library Ass't,3g Lunchroom Ass't.l. Douglas, Faithe Dover, Randy Rita J erred from Austin High School, De- u Ala Austin Bas tballJV l Trans- iiiftterteiert-ict' u ap, Bar ara Office Ass't,4. Durham, lke Choral Ensemble,41 Student Council Rep.,2q All-State Chorus,4. Edge, Kay X - Spanish Club,3,4: Tennis.l.21 Latin Club,2. Elder, Janie f Aeneid Staff,3,4: Student Council Rep.,4g Spanish Club,3: Pep Club.l.2g Drama Club,3g The King and 1,33 Band,l,2,3g All-County Band,4. Euinr, Allen Spanish Club,2. Elliot, Rosa ey fe C b Choral Ensemble,3.4g Student Council Rep.,3g Homecoming Court,4g Pep Club,I ,3: All-State Chorus,4. Fields, John Forrest, Rusty Foster, Ken Foster, Sam Student Council, Co-Vice Pres.,3: lnterclub Council,3g Spanish Club,l,2g Boys State Rep.,3: Football,l,2,3,4: Basketball,l,2,3,4g Track.2,3g Jay-Teens,3,4: FCA,l,2,3,4g Key Club,3,4: Senior Class Pres., King Teen Rep.,4. Frank, Naomi Franklin, Brenda Pep Club,2g Jr. Achievement,2. Freeman, Ronnie Wrestling,2g FF .2. Gaither, Mary ' tudent Council Rep l 2 3 Spanish Club 3 Pep d t -3 ., , , 3 lu I 3 r la Club.3:eigv The King and . . n ' . - 3 tt- r fi Q , , a ,l,2, , , Head MaJorette,4, Cheer leader,l,2: Health Careers Club,3g Freshman Class Vice-Pres. Gallman, Linda Transferred fromfSf livan' Sullivan-Pe ,1..NpRTa6igE9s:T5Rrl1-J, ry - ani, , ,. rne,1e,,.!,g !il6I,."ff'frfjy', ff Gardner, Pam French Club,2,3g Pep Club,l.2.3,4g Drama Club,2,3: Oliver,2g The King and l,3. Gaskin, Tana Gymnastics Team,I: J.V. Cheerleader,l. Gayton, Gloria Gayton, Ricky Ghent, Curtis Band,l,2,3,4g ROTC, Drill Team,2,3. Gibens, Linda Gibson, John Spanish Club,2g Football, l 3 Cross Country,4g Track,3.4. Giles, Deborah Transferred from Irwin School, N.C.g lrwin- Science Club, l. NORTHWESTERN-Spanish Club,2.3g NHS.3,4g Drama Club,4. Gillispie, Linda -' Trynsferred frpfin infield Hih hoolgl, fl wfinfreraeBnna,1g.fi!ep- Crnri,r'? NZBRTH- WESTERN-Spanish Club,2: Jr. Achieve- ment,2: Health Careers Club,3. Glenn, Debra Pep Club,1g Drama Club,2. 4 Glover, Calvin Student Council Rep.,l3 Football,3: Track,2g Bus Driver,3,4. Goforth, Mary Lou ,Spanish Club,2: Homecoming Court,4. -A - Spanish Club,2,3g Drama Club,2,3g Oliver,2: Euigrggllgaflesx . as f i SJ The King and I,3. Rf' I U l'lVQf-2.3,4- ' O . oins, Geraldine-r"i V ' ' f" r anis, Ervin Gging, Ge,-,rd 'X ff 'ff if Bus Driver,2,3,4: Jr. Achievement,l,2. Goodwin, Lee Elrnd, Denise Gordon, Dietta Transferred from T.L. Hanna. Anderson, Homecoming Com-r,4, T.L. Hanna-Concert Choir,2: Chon1s,23 ln- Gordon, Virginia ternational Relations Club,2,3g Biology nGriftin, Lonnie Club.2: Office Ass't,3: NHS.l. NORTH' Pep Club,45 Tr5i,1,2,3,4g Bus Driver,2: Jr. WESTERN-French Club,3g Pep Clul5,3g Achievement,4: -OTC,4.,-re" Drama Club,3: The King and I,3. -Gregory, Laura ,K if - Erwood, Judy in 5' , Aeneid Staff:3,4' Sigilentfounsil Rep.,4g . ,A tx- + i' same .men J' I 3 5 MyPage Two Hundred and Three If Bus Driver,2,3,4. ' Hall, Chris Hall, Libbie French Club,2: Pep Club,l,2: Drama Club,3. Hall, Roy Hammond, Larry Football,Man.2, Basketball,.l.V.Man.2g Baseball,2: FCA,2. Hancock, Dianne Transferred from Rawlinson Road: RR- Spanish Club,l: Pep Club,l. NORTH- WESTERN-Spanish Club,2. Transferred to York High School: York-Spanish Club,2. Transferred to Lake Brantley High School, Altamonte Springs, Fla. NORTHWEST- ERN-Spanish Club,4g Drama Club,4g Health Careers Club,4. Hargett, Ronnie Jr. Marshals,3g Spanish Club,lg NHS,3,4g Football,l,3,4: Baseball,l,2,3,4: FCA,l,2, 3,4g Society of Outstanding American High School Students,3g Key Club,3,4. Harkey, John i French Club,2,3, Cross Country,l,23 Track,l,2: Key Club,4. Harper, Cheryl y ,T f d t' ' JK' 0, see r Wrso ihS ol, ff Qrz..4:.wtafz..Je:,f,.?nz.,z.'a:.. Court,l. Transferred to West Mecklenburg. NORTHWESTERN-Homecoming Court,4. Harris, Christine Harris, Mark Football,3g Baseball,l,2.3g Bus Driver,2,3,4g FCA,2,3. Harvey, Charles Lunchroom Assistant.l ,4. Hawkins, Patti French Club,2,3: Spanish Club,l,2.3g Pep Club,l,2,3g Drama Club,31 Jr. Achieve- ment,Treasurer,3g Pres.,4. ' Hayslett, Cathy Transferred from Rawlinson Roadg RR- NHS,l: Spanish Club.lg Pep Club,l: Cheer- leader,lg Gymnastics,l. NORTHWEST- Transferrecfjfrom Sullivan: Sullivan- Football,l. NORTHWESTERN-Spanish Club,2: German Club,3,4: Wrestling,2: Foot- ball,2.3g Track,3: Jay-Teens,2,3: FCA,2. Het'ner,Debbie Homecoming Court,4. Hefney, Jerry Library Assistant,4, Wrestling,4g Foot- !! ff ERN-Choral,Ensemble,4: Spanish Clulx2: Gynrrrirsticsfi,-1. I X, ,Hea ,Har d ff I ' lfeoge, Frglldyf ' ff P' " ,I ,gf f ff all,2,3,4: Track,2,3,4: F A.4g ROT , St e lr the Pres. Aeneid 3 hora! nser'lale,3,4: pa M Club,l,2,3g NHS,3,4g Drama Club,2,3g Oliver,2: The King and l,3: All-State Chorus,2,3g Honors,4. Helms, Attice Herndon, Beth Spanish Club,2,3: NHS,3,4. Herron, Paula Aeneid Staff,2,3g Library Assistant,l3 French Club,2,3: Homecoming Court,4: Pep QQ - fi few ff ,ft get E J. ff Senior Directory Q Q. Club,l,2,3,4g NHS,4g Drama Club,l,2. Isom, Diane 3 Lane, D2 . I-lleklin, Debbie Jackson, Charlie . 2 Frenc, bl- Q Choral Ensemble,3,4g French Club,lg Frelwh Cll1b,33 ::, i'ld,12 F00tball.1,2: CFOSS, LallZf0l' lmelh 3, I. , Homecoming Court,4g Pep Club,2g All-State A 1- 5 ,lg Traclff ,Zg Latin G1ub,2g Health Spanis lub,l,2gAJ Football,2: Healt Chorus,4. 4-5,1- lub,3gi . y-Teens,23Qag FCA,l,2i Careelf b,2. ' ' Hicklin, I-lg'-ry QD ",A 1' S. 'wLC8kS, R0bel't I Student Council-Sec-,Zi C0 Vi.GgIcs..3g3- Jacksonfg fa Wrestling,2g Football,3g ROTC,2,3,4g Dnll Pres.,4g Jr. Marshal,33 Fr ch A Xlb,2,3:i JIICKSUH, ' 7 ' da ke' -"',' n, ,,,1h . -1-eamy3,4. NHS,3,4g Boys State Rep., Oliver,2g Foot-JT SPaI'liSil '.,- 3 11153.25 German C1ub,3: PCP Lee, Marial! ball,l,2,3g Co Capt.,4g C . - - . . Club,l. ,Drama Club,2,3,4g Oliver,21 The Transferred from Imio High Schoolg'Im1o- Trackylg P,C, jr, Fell0w,35'- " . ' X in ,,Le ' '-fi d I,3g GAA,2g Cheerleader,l,2g Vol- French Club,.3g FTA,3. NORTHWEST- Club,3,4g Jay-Teens,2,3g FCAvf?j3'f2l'f"'S'oel eyball,2g Health Careers Club,3g Science ERN-Student Council Rep.,2g Spanish Club, of Outstanding American High School Club,2g Jr. Achievement,3g Choral Ensem- 2: Pep Club,2g Drama Club,2g Soph. Class dents,33Key Club,3,4gFreshmani ss blfhl- TFCRSUFCIZZ- - Who's Who Among American Hi School Students,43 Optimist Award,4. Hicklin, Strait Choral Ensemble,3g Tres.,43 Student Council Senator,23 Inter Club Council,33 Jr. Mar- shal,3: Spanish Club,2g German Club,Tres., 33 Homecoming Court Escort,4g NHS,3,4g Drama Club,3,43 The King and 1,33 Ttack,1g Health Careers Club,Sec.-Treas. ,3g All-State Chorus,4g Society of Outstanding American High School Students,3,4q Key Club,4g Senior Class Treas.g Junior Class Pres. mu, Donnie ROTC,Staffg Drill Team. Hilton, Patti Aeneid Staff,2,3g French Club,lg Pep Club,l,2,3,4. Hlnebaugh, Judy Homecoming Court,4g NHS,3,4g GAA,2,3,4g Cheerleader,2,3,4g Tennis,3g Gymnas- tics,2,3,4g Volleyball,2,3,4g FCA,4. Hlnson, Steve German Club,3,4g The King and l,3g Track,2g Latin Club,2g Golf,l. Hinton, Cathy Hodges, Jeff Student Council Rep.,lg Bus Driver,2,3,4. Holland, Max NHS 3 43' Band,l 2 3' Western Region ' Band ,2,3:,LfteraryYMagazinej3: Key Club,4. Hope, Martha Sue Transferred from Sullivan, Sullivan-Student Council Rep.,l: Library Ass't,lg Cheer- leader,lg NORTHWESTERN-Aeneid 8. ,l Jackson, Teresa Jr. Achievement,2. Jarck, Nancy Aeneid Staff,3g Spanish Club,l,2,33 Homecoming Court,4g NHS,3,4g The King and I,3g Tutor,2. Johnson, Barbara A. Student Council Rep.,4g Office Assistant,3g Library Assistant,3,4g French Club,4g Pep Club,l,2,4g Drama Club,4g Volleyball,4g Jr. Achievement,3g Junior Class Sec. Johnson, Barbara R. Choral Ensemble,lg Library Assistant,lg Pep Club,11 Junior Class Vice Pres. Jonas, Tim Jones, Jerry Wrestling, l. Jones, John Bus Driver,3,4g ROTC,2. Leopard, Gary Lunchroom Ass't.,l. Lesslie, Butch Choral Ensemble,2,3,4g Spanish Club,2g Drama Club,2,3,4g Oliver,2g The King and L33 Football,2,3,4g J.V. Basketball,lg FCA, l,2,3,4g All-State Chorus,2,4. Lewis, Rick Choral Ensemble,4g German Club,3g Pres.,4g Band,lg Wrestling,3g Basketball,lg Latin Club,23 Heal a CIQ ,43 ' Chorusg Honq 4' K6 lui? . f ' Lightner, Vane L 2 Spanish Club , , ram u l . Y . . 5 M ep 1 i 1 b,2g Science Clubj Vo all, Q Q J K . Ligon, Ricky Spanish Club,2: Track,2. Ligon, Sonny London, Cissy Jones, Loretta , ' Spanish Club,l,2,4: Pep Club,43 Chess Jones, Marc , Club,l,2g La 'n Clglal Heal Car ers Jordan, Allan 1 s dl' I U , K Spanish Club,2. 5' A L , L 1 Joseph, Robert g X. - S L . L S 2- Student coumRep.,1g Bus Driver, 3 i res ing,l. Q FBLA,l. ,Lowery, Ricky Kay, Johnny Madsen, Charlie . Student Council Rep.,2g Spanish Qlub,l,2g Transferred from Myers Park High School in NHS,3,4g Fdiotball,2,3,4q Bi1s.lfetball,3g 6 J.tV.,lg, QBSWSCDHH,1.42ei3,47ijy:!VgSgsTQBl1S,3,f' ,ff S FCA,2,4.,f' n Keiger, Charles ,Spanish Club,3gVr,.Oliver,2g kV. Football,l5 s Latin Club,2g Key Club,4. s Charlotte. Myers Park-German Club,Q: J.v7! af'Baske,rbalglg,fLnperact 8 vicar' lub, NORTHNJESTTERN-NHS.gT4E Key? Clugj f 3,4. Marrett, Benny V V, Student Council Rep.,31 Spanish Club,f,23 ,F Staff,3,4g Trojan Trumpet staff,4g student f ,.f'IGrnblc,,,Mnrk ,,..vs' is ,a A,,NPl8,3fs4afHca1th,C?ccr,SH Qfulws,-Sj9'16nc,ef ,ff Council 'Senator,4g French Club,2,3g Pep A Spanish Club,li Science Club,l. ' ' Club,4: Jay-Teensf2, 3 KeyiCl1ib,4. X Club,2,3,4: NHS.3,4g Drama Club,3,4g The King and l,3: GAA,2,3g Cheerleader,21 Bas- ketball, Co Capt.,4g Volleyball, Capt.,2,3g Capt.,4g FCA,23 Mayor's Community Rela- tions Comm.,3. Home, Debbie Trojan Trumpet Staff,3,41 German Club,3,4g Drama Club,4: Latin Club,2g Health Careers Club,3. Horne, Lynne Horton, Cindy Latin Club,l. House, Wyomia g ml R Howe, Johnny S' sl' ROTC. Howe, Paul Trojan Trumpet Staff,4g Student Council e-V Kirk, Donna Pep Club,l. Kirk, Fannie Aeneid Staff,33 Ass't Business Manager,4g French Club,23 German Club,V.P.,33 Secre- tary,4g Pep Club,2,3g NHS,3,4g Drama Club, . 23 Health Careers Club,3,4g Science Club,2, 3,43 Sophomore Class Secretary,3. Kiser, Jimmy Student Council Rep.,1,2g Jr. Marshal,3q Spanish Club,l,2g NHS,3,4g Football,l,2,3g ,capt.,4g . Basketball,l,2,33 Co-Capt.,4g O Track,1,2,3,4g FCA,lg Society ofOutstanding fAm'ei-ican ,High Sdheiol' Sthdents,-Sg,fKey' Club,3,4g Shrine Bowl Rep.: Regional Jr. De- cathlon Champ. Knox, Stephanie sena1or,3,4g Jr. Marshal,3g spanish c1ub,3,4g Science Club.2- N,HS,3,4g Tennis, 2,3,4g Fu an Scholar,3, Kl10X,4WmeU9 4 'Z .SooiEtyofOutstandi,gAme can Higllschbol of .4'QllmWfgfR0UN5,-ff Students,33 Key Cliinb,4g PSAT Cgmmended Choral Ensemble,2,3g Pres.,4g Homecoming Student,3. ' Escort,4g NHS,3,4g Drama Club,3,4g Boys Howell, Cindy State Rep.,3' . King an 1,35 Wrestling,3g Choral Ensemble,3,4g French Clu F43 a I-.41 . .41 Jay-TeenS,2: Homegprning-Court,4g Pep Club,l,2. -git B r m C W 3 CA,4g All-State Hudson,iGWelf ' h .23 , b,3,4g' Who's Nl-lS,3,4g Latin Club,l, Who Among American High School Stu- Huey, Gladys dents,3g American Legion Scholastic Excel- Spanish Club,2g Pep Clnb,4, lence Award,3g American Legion Sons of Hnffstell L... is American Rev. Award,2g ROTC, Color Hnn - . , . y i ' Guard,2,3,4g Drill Team,3,4g ROTC Cadet of 51, ln 1,25 l gkglballl, the Year,3g Squadron Commander,4. ,t. .1 ' .-Q Elvin Landers Bill . , wa . s. A , , 122tba11,2,4, Track,23 4 .,,, gl ., Janis A,2g .' Achiev ent,3,41 Literary .-Pre Y Club,2. Masa' , . if i Page Two Hundred and Four Marshall, John Marthess, Wayne FFA,3. 'KWQS Annette Stu C unc'l Rap. 43 Frenc ,2g P p 1Q'Cl ,2- , , . Mati A , n a . X ' t e . . A irojan Trumpet,3,4: horafgsemb e,3,4g Spanish Club,3: Pep Club,l1 Drama Club,3,4: Oliver,2g The King and I,3g Health Careers Club,3g Jr. Achievement,3: Student Council Rep.,3. n YW if Mayesg Cynthia . A f J McClenninghan1K, Gilbert 1' ' ' McClenninglnim, Shirley McCullough, Elaine Student Council Rep.,l,2g Pep Club,lg Sci- ence Club,43 ROTC,2,4. McCollum, Donald Spanish Club,3,4g Cross Country,3,4g Tiack,35 Latin Club,2. McDaniel, Janefr " 'S Choral Ensembl ,49 Jr. Mar hella: Ffen Club,2,3,4g P Club,l f NHS, 4, DramaChib,2q ,4If'Olil'letf ,g ,Kingand ,393 All-State Chorusg Honors,43 Jr. Achieve- ment,3,4. McDonald, Mark McDowell, Mike Spanish Club,2,3g Pres.,4g NHS,3,4g Boys State Rep.,35 Wrestling,l,2,3g Capt.,4g Foot- ball,l,2,3,4g Track,3,4g FCA,4g Key Club,43 National Sojoumers Award,3g ROTC Drill Team,3,4: ROTC Staff. f .P I !,f'i7 fi gay ,ffi hx! 5. e in qug Senior Directory FpIcGln Greg 4 3,1 ,321 - r I..:rman 3,43 Pep C1ub,1, Treagurergg semble,3g Secretar'y,41 Homecoming Court,4g L, Spaihi Clubggg 33, Jay-TeQi1 ,33 5 g ",-, F, S,3,45 Club,2,3,4g QIiver,2g The Drama Club,V.P.,3,4g The King and 1,35 ' Key 5 3 g ,jg and Band,lg GAA,2j leyball,2g Band,2: Cheerleader,4g FCA,4g All-State McKee, tit, it 1 p , at Q S ani glarjg Health Calf Club, Y- Chorus,3.4g Junior Class Treasurer,3: Senior McMurray, T na 1 . , If 0 ter, 'I Science Club,2gg .,3,41 Al- Class Secretary,4. Spanish Club,2g Pep Club,2j a gig- . , E 'Q tate Q' J s,3g Jr. Achieveji 'L': L I ,3: Literary, Shillinglaw, Terri Mickle, Ricky ' 'ef ' Maga-1 4 9 Fresh n C , , ecretafy,lg " Shllrlfyt Kafhefille Student Council Rep.,31 Spanish Club,2,3. Nation :. 'tfin ' t,43 J' Who Pfnong Q Aeneid Staff.3.4: Student Council Rep-.21 Miller, Carolyn American High Sc ol S 1 s,3,4. . S 3l'liSh Club.l , Homecoming COUfl,41 French Club,4g Homecoming Court,4g Pep Peoples, Alfred ' A HS,3,4gDramar, ,3,4gGirlsState Rep.,3: Club,lg Band,l: Cheerleader.l,4g Gymnas- Lunchroom Ass't.,2. ' in ' he King "IQ, A,2,3. tics.l: Science Club,4. Pickett, Evelyn ms, Jova ' 5 Miller, Diana Student Council Rep.,2,4g ROTC Drill Team. ' Frenc lub,3,g p Club,4g NHS,43 Latin Aeneid Staff,4: Library Ass't,2: Spanish Poore, Brenda Clu , ' Club,lg Pep Club,l,2,3,4: Drama Club,3g Library Ass't.,2: Spanish Club,2. Sims, Laverne Health Careers Club,2: Chairman,3g Science Powell, Wendy Aeneid Staff,4, ish Club,33 Pep Club,2,3: Club,2,3g Jr. Achievements. Office Ass'r.,2,3. Drama Club.2,3: alth Careers Club,3: Jr- Mlller, Gary Pratt, Paige Achievement,3. Miller, Lillie Aeneid Staff,3: Editor,4g Jr. Marshal,31 Sim, Lavetw Miller, Roy Spanish Club,l,2,3g NHS,3,41 The King and Aeneid Staff,-13 Spanish Club,3g Pep Club,3g Football,2,3,4. I,3g Drama Club,3,4g Interclub Council,4. Drama Club-3,41 Health Careers Club.3: JF- Mills, Charlie French Club,2,3: Spanish Club,l,2g Ten- nis,l,2,3,4. Q s, Jeff . en ncil .,2g L 5 ry Ass't,lg S shfl 2, an Clu 1 omecom- ing s i lub,Ql4g. ,Q King and J vt ba 3 giss C try,3,4g - , 3 us r, , ,43F , ,2,3,4. Mills, Jerry FFA,3. Minor, Herbert Y t . P! ' f C 1 -- ck,2eS.4 Presler, Madeline Spanish Club,l,2,3g Pep Club,l3 Health Careers Club,3. Pundt, Harold German Club,3g Tennis,4g Chess Club,l, Sci- ence Club,1. Ragan, Bruce Trojan Trumpet Staff,3,43 Student Council Senator,3,43 NHS,3,43 Chess Club,2g Drama Club,4g Latin Club, V.P.,2g Literary Magazine, Co-Editor,3g Key Club,4. Ramsey, Ryan obley, Harry h Q Trojan Trum et Staff,4: Student Council olky, Lynn Rep.,l,2,3, Spanish Club,2g V.P.,3,4g ra s e b 43 Fr, ' b, ' g S a Club,4g Boys State Rep- b, , A e Ch r rev r e til ,3 Band,l,2,3,4g Wrestling,3,4g t, if gf' . t l, Q rack,l,2,3,4g Health Careers o , T Q 5 T , . .,3, A,2,3gLiterary Magazine,3,: Mobley,.Qpf 3 3 Society of Outstanding American High School Lunchroom Ass't,2. Moffett, Phillip 6 Student yCoyficil Rep.,lg Pep ,Club,lg Busef' Driver,2Q3 4. A ji A if f goore,,Barb,araf' 5 ' V' F, 5 oore, Margaret "' Spanish Club,l.2: GAA.l.2,33 Basketball,-ig", Volleyball,l,2,3.4. Mullinax, Joe Myers, Rebecca Interclub Council,2: Spanish Club,l5 NHS.3,4: GAA,l,2,3: Basketball, Co- Capt.,4g Volleyball,l.2,3,43 Latin Club, le Buford r .,2. .. nv - T t s rre fr at b a my. 'N W T r h l , Pep AQ! ,, Nichols, Mike Student Council Rep.,3: Spanish Club,l,23 Health Careers Club.3. Nivens, Sandy Choral Ensemble 3 V P 4 Fre ch Club 2 3' f'fDramalc1ub,3,4i'r -Qriing' ant? I,3'i 1-reaiiiif Careers Club,3g V,l!i,4g Science Club, V.P.,4g All-State Chorus,3: Honors,4. Oates, Danny Student Council Rep.,3: Wrestling,3,4q Foot- ball,2g FCA,2,3. O'Conner, Saul Tennis,l,2g Most Valuable Player,3. Odom, Ricky 'Football l' Track 2' RO.5l'C,2,3,4. ,.vPJearson, Cathy i, .2 sygnishf c1ur3,,t2,,sff,, NHS,,3,4g i Club,2,3i4.- is f f' Pearson, Mildred Student Council Rep.,l,2g Office Ass't.,3g Library Ass't.,2,3g Pep,Club,l: Band,l,2g Volleyball,2g Bus Driver,2,3,4. Pearson, Wanda g Aeneid Staff,3: TrojanjTrumpet Staff,5g"' X Choral Ensemble,2,3g Librarian.44 Student Students,3: Key Club, Pres.,4. Ratterree, Chris Spanish Clu? ary Magazine,3. R W s e , , fgstiinfsnflbli , ia t?e6a11,1: hem' yi' Club, Treasurer,2g. ay-Teens,2.3,4: Student Council Rep.,l ,2. Rayfield, Bobby Library Ass't.,2g Band,lg Cross Country,3,4g Track,1,2,3,4. Reiney, Tim Roberts, Bonnie Spanish Club,l,2,3g Pep Club,1,2g NHS,3,43 Drama Club,3g The King and I,3g Science Club,3g Jr. Achievement,3. Robinson, Kaye Spanish Club,l,2. Robinson, Tersa Spanish Club,l,23 Pep Club,l,2. Rollins, Carolyn Roseboro, Tommy Ross, Brenda E A Basketball,4. X os ie f , A 1 , nat-4?Lilff"vi-g ff! .ff ff, Spanish b,lg NHS,3,4g Tenms,l, Latin Club,2g AT-Commended Student,4. Sanders, Terry Student Council Rep.,2g Library Ass't.,lg Track,2. Sanford, Rick French Club,3: Spanish Club,lg Foot- ball,l,2,3,4g Basketball,l,2,3,4g Track,l,2, 3,4: FCA,3,4g Knob e Shoppe,4g Shrine Bowl Co-Capt.: Basket l All-Stars Co-Capt. ' Sexton, James , Library Ass'fi, ,2f,A64'er,f4. Sexton, Steve , f Choral Ensemble,3': Homecoming Escort,3g Drama Club,3g Footba1l,lg Basketball, Man- ager,3,4g FCA,4g FFA,2. Sexton, Teena Shepherd, Olivia Tmttsfeiifgd.. Tnimb ' ' High Sc ol in Council Rep.,2g Interclub Council,4g Jr. ,igffmmbu , C0 . an ,29 Girls Hi Swim Marshals,3g Ofiice Ass't?,4:-"French 9lub,l,,.f- ,Q-"D Team,2. N 94 TERN- ral En- .: rw x aww ' Qs-e if H 0 . 0' ' L s- x tw .f T e x t Page Two Hundred and Five X 1- Achievement,3. Sims, Marty Transferred from Sullivan, Sullivan-Spanish Club,l3 Football,l. NORTHWESTERN- Spanish Club,2g Bus Driver,3,4g ROTC,2,3. Sims, Patricia Office Assistant,3. Smalls, Pamela Transferred from Sumter High School: Sumter-Black Heritage Club,2,3g Psychol- ogy,3g Spanish Club,2g Track,l, GAA,lg Drama Club,l. NORTHWESTERN-Student Council Rep.,4. 5 Smith, Danny Smith, Gail Homecoming Court,4g Drama CIub,2g Band,l,2q Cheerleader,3,4: Volleyball,2g FCA,4. Smith, Joey . Smith, Marianetta Aeneid Staff,3,4: Student Council Senator,2,4g S anish Club, ' Pep Club,3,4g Drama Cluyf If I K !?1t3ftwt'Hf1.! fx' if Af lf!! ovde, David ' NHS,3,4g Baseball,l. Starnes, Darrell Spanish Club,3g Football.l: Cross Coun- try , l ,2. Starr, Gloria Steele, Lin Spanish Club,lg Pep Club.lg Cheerleader,l: Transferred to Lancaster High School, Lancaster-Spanish Club,2. NORTH- WESTERN-The King and l,3: Pep Club,3. Stegal, Sam Sturgis, Tim Transferred from Sullivan. Styles, Shannon Taylor, Caughman A Student Council Senator 3,41 Rep.,ifiJr. Ma hal , Homeco i Court Escor - 4' H ,3,4g J.V. etball,lg Fur f K' cho PM eal l eds Club,3g, y Teens,2,3' ociety o Outstanding American High School Students,3g Key Club,4g Pen and Scroll Award,3. Thomas, Debra Student Council Rep.,lg Lunchroom Ass't., lg Cheerleader, 1. Thomas, Donnie Spanish Club,2. ompson, Angela ' 3 Sulliv -A my Rep.,l: C r - , , 1 tlmw T - French ub,4q Pep Club,4q Health Careers Club,4g Basketball, Man.,4. . Thompson, Brenda Tutor,3. Thompson, Nancy Office Ass't.,4: Spanish Club,2. I Thompson, Randy , Library Ass't. ,4g Basketball, Man. ,3: Man. ,4g FCA,4. . , f ,'x,t ff riffs' w ef- Fadillty Directory Thompson, Tommy Bus Driver,2,3,4. Thompson, Warlen Football,l,2: Basketball.2. Thompson, Vangela Choral Ensemble.l: Office Ass't.,l: Pep Club,I.2,4: Basketball, Mgr..4: Health Careers Club,4: Freshman Class Officer. Tice, Frank Spanish Club,2.3: Band,l,2,3,4: Football, Man.,4: Cross Country. Man.,3: Track, Mgr.,2: Mgr. ,3: Mgr..4: FCA,4. Torrence, Ron Tinker, Danny Spanish Club,l,2: Wrestling,l,2,3: Foot- ball.l,2,3: FCA,l.2.3. Trevoe, John French Club,2: FFA,4. Turner, Frank - Turner, Libby Aeneid Staff.4: Trojan Trumpet Staff,2,3: Student Council, Treas. ,4: Spanish Club,l,2: Pep Club,3: NI-IS,3,4: Drama Club,4: Girls State, Alt.,3: GAA.3.4: Tennis, 3,41 Vol- leyball,3: Health Careers Club,3: National Merit ,Commended Scholar. Vogel, David I ALDERFER, PAULA J. Science. Elkhart lnsti- tute of Technology: Bowling Green State University: B.A. in Education. BOULWARE, BARBARA M. Science. Hampton Institute, B.A.: Winthrop College, M.A.T. Sponsor of Science Club. BYRD, WILLIAM H. Air Force Junior ROTC Head. Virginia Polytechnic Institute: Univer- sity of Maryland: University of Nebraska, B.S. in Education. CASTILLO, SARA HUDSON Foreign Lan- guages. University of Michigan: Michigan State University: University of Barcelona: University of New Mexico: Winthrop Col- lege, B.A., M.A. COUICK, J. W. Assistant Principal. University of South Carolina, B.S.: Winthrop College, ii M.Ed.' DAURITY, JOHN T. Social Studies. Appa- lachian State University. B.S. Sponsor of Fel- lowship of Christian Athletes. DAWKINS, JOHN W. Social Studies. Newberry College, A.B. in Sociology. DIXON, MARILYN S. Home Economics. At- lantic Christian: Winthrop College, B.S. DOWDLE, PEGGY H. Science. Western Carolina University, B.A. in Chemistry. Sponsor of Science Club. DUMBELL, ELIZABETH G. Mathematics. Salem College, B.S. in Math and Chemistry. ECHOLS, DOUG Athletic Director and Physical Education. Mars!-Iill College, B.S.: Western Carolina University, M.A. FERN, PEGGY B. English. Head. Duke Univer- sity, North Carolina State University. B.A. FOSTER, KATHY M. English. Furman Univer- sity: Clemson University, B.A. FOSTER, S. R. Principal. Morris College, B.S.: Wayne State University and South Carolina State. M.A. FOX, HOWARD F. Air Force Junior ROTC. University of Nebraska, B.S. in Education. GAINEY, LILLIAN D. English. Winthrop Col- lege, B.A. GULLEDGE, REBECCA English. Pfeiffer Col- lege, A.B. HILTON, SUSAN B. Guidance Counselor. Newberry College, B.A.: Winthrop College, M.Ed. Sponsor of Student Council, National Honor Society. I-IOFF, LOUIE Band, Head. Morris Harvey Col- lege: Marshall University: West Virginia Uni- versity, A.B. Walden, Geno Spanish Club,l,2: Football,l,2,3,4: Basket- ball,l,2.3,4: Track,l,2,3,4: Jay-Teens,2,3. Wallace, Angie Ward, Clarence Spanish Club,2. Welch, Queen West, Susan Transferred from Auburn High School. Au- bum, Alabama-Student Council Rep.,lg Pep Club,l,2: Band,l,2,3: GAA,l,2,3: French Club,3: Drama Club,3: Gymnastics.3: FBLA,3. NORTHWESTERN-Band, Maj.,4: Gymnastics,-11 Homecoming Court.4. Whitaker, Bill Office Ass't.,43 Library Ass't.,3: Spanish Club.l,2: Pep Club,l: Drama Club,3. White, David Wrestling,2,3,4: Football,l,3,4: Track, l,2,3.-4. White, Deloris White, Jeff White, Odell Bus Driver,2,3,-l. Wilkerson, Steve Spanish Club,l: Drama Club.3: Oliver,2: Facult Directory HOSKINS, MARTHA English. La Grange Col- lege, B.A.: Winthrop College, M.A.T. Spon- sor of Drama Club. HUMPHRIES, KENNETH G. Driver Educa- tion, Football Assistant, Head Wrestling Coach. The Citadel: Appalachian State Uni- versity. B.S. HUNT, JEAN Chemistry, Head. Winthrop Col- lege, B.A.: M.A.T. Sponsor ofHealth Careers Club. ISOM, MARY LEE Special Education. Benedict College. A.B. JENKINS, BOB Guidance Counselor, Head Cross Country and Track Coach. University of South Carolina, B.A.: Winthrop College, M.A. Sponsor of Jay-Teens. JENNINGS, MARGARET Foreign Language, Head. Winthrop College, B.A.: Furman Uni- versity, M.A.T. Sponsor of French Club. KARTUS, MARJORIE Study Hall. Asheville Biltmore Jr. College: University of North Carolina. KNIGHTNER, ERNESTINE Library Assistant. Benedict College, B.A. LATTAM, MARTHA English Winthrop Col- lege, B.A., M.A. Sponsor ofTrojan Trumpet. LISK, COLEEN Librarian. Pfeiffer College, A.A.: East Carolina, B.S.: Winthrop College, M.A.T. LLOYD, FRANCES Att. Texas Tech., Win- throp College, B.A. MACK, MARION J. World History. Allen Uni- versity, B.A. MEEKS, BESSIE M. English. Voorhees Col- lege: Atlanta University. B.A. MOODY, LINDBERG Mathematics, Head Bas- ketball Coach. South Carolina State College, B.S.: M.S. MURFF, BETTY Library Clerk. Spartanburg Jr. College. MYERS, NELLIE Study Hall, Head. Charlotte College. NEWTON, K. G. Science, Heads North Carolina Central University, B.A.: South Carolina State College, M.S. Sponsor of Sci- ence Club. OATES, T. M. Assistant Principal. Erskine Col- lege, A.B. OSBORNE, LILLIE L. Business Education, Head. Winthrop College, B.S., M.A.T. in Business Education. OTT, OUIDA B. English. Mars Hill College, A.A.: Carson Newman College, A.B.: Win- Page Two Hundred and Six N .1-fg l Football,2,4: Track,3: Latin Club.2: FCA,3: Jr. Achievement.3,4. Williams, Bill Spanish Club,l,2: Baseball,3: Mgr.,4: FCA,-1. Williams, Darlene Williams, Emma Williams, Johnny Spanish Club,2: Drama Club.3,4: Band,l: Tiack,l,2: Jr. Achievement,3. Williams, Randy Wilson, Teri Windham, Phyllis Choral Ensemble.3,4: French Club,2.3: Pep Club.2.3: Drama Club,2.3.4: Oliver,2: The King and I,3: Science Club,3: All-State Chorus, Honors,4. Wright, Cynde Student Council Rep.,3: Spanish Club,l,2: Homecoming Court,4: Pep Club,l: Health Careers Club,3. Wylie, Cliff NHS,3,4. Wylie, Stanley Football,l: Bus Driver.2.3.4. Young, Charles Youngerman, Mike throp College, M.A.T. Sponsor of Aeneid Staff. POWELL, LAURA L. Physical Education. Winthrop College. B.S.: M.Ed. Sponsor of Varsity Cheerleaders. Volleyball, Gymnas- tics, Tennis. PRESCOTT, EDWIN WILLIAM Mathematics. Western Carolina University, B.S. in Educa- tion: M.A. in Education. QUINN, BARBARA Choral Music. Winthrop College, B.S. in Music. Sponsor of Choral Ensemble. TICKTIN, MARY LEE Guidance Counselor. Duke University, A.B.: Winthrop College. M.Ed. TISDALE, M. Driver Education. Clallin Col- lege, B.S. WESTMORELAND, R. L. Mathematics. Winthrop College. A.B.: University of South Carolina, M.Ed. WHEELES, RACHEL G. Social Studies. Win- throp College, B.A. WILSON, JANE D. History. St. Andrews Presbyterian College, B.A.: Western Ken- tucky University. Bowling Green. WINDERS, PAMELA B. Foreign Language. Winthrop College, B.A. in Asian Studies and Modem Languages. SponsorofGennan Club. WITHERSPOON, EMMA KATE English. Hampton Institute, B.S. ROACH, JACQUELYN L. Home Economics, Head. Winthrop College, B.S. RODDEY, JEAN P. Social Studies, Head. Winthrop College: University of South Carolina, A.B. RUSH, KATHY Mathematics. Winthrop Col- lege. B.A. Sponsor oflunior Varsity Cheer- leaders. STEELE, BARBARA Mathematics, Head. Clemson University: Winthrop College. B.A.: M.A.T. Sponsor of Pep Club. SUMWALT, VERON ROLLINS English. Davidson College, B.A. Sponsor of Junior Varsity Basketball, Varsity Tennis. SWANN, JOHN M. Mathematics. Western Carolina University. B.S. Sponsor of Key Club. THOMPSON, EDWARD A. Social Studies. Western Carolina University, B.S.. M.A. Sponsor of Girls' Basketball. THROGMORTON, MARY ANNE English. Winthrop College, B.A. A Abernathy, Cindy 94, 188 Adams, Donnie 188 Adams, Mike 142, 65, 80, 93 Adams, Sandra 173 Adickes, Al 188 Adickes, Clarke 188 Adicks, George 142 Adickes, Lessie 65, 66, 68, 69, 80, 81, 142 Adkins, Judy 82, 98,l73, 110,188 Adkins, Tommy 83, 188 Aiton, Jessie 188 Alderfer, Mrs. Paula 31, 206 Index Baxter, Thomas 189 Beaty, Robert 82, 83,102,112, 143 Belk, Robbie 82, 115, 116, 173 Bellamy, Debbie 78 D Belue, Shelia 143 Benjamin, Bertha 189 Benjamin, David 54, 102, 116, 173 Benjamin, Michelle 189 Bennett, Charles 144 Bethea David 92 98 173 Burns, Linda 190 Burr, Linda 190 Burrell, Randy 116, 174 Burris, Calvin 78, 87, 174 Burris, Connie 145 Burton, Beverly 83, 94, 190 Burton, Patricia 84, 174 Butler, Evelyn 190 Butler, Martha 82, 121, 174 Butler, Michael 78, 190 Burwell, Mrs. Martha 12 Index Bishop Barara 93 189 Brsho Darrell 189 Byers, Brad 174 Byers, Clyde 190 Byers, Dan 52, 82, 146 Alexander Alexander Alexander Alexander , Delores 76, 142 ,Gloria 85, 94, 173 , Mike 142 , Sherri 142 Allen, Andrea 188 Allen, Bonnie 94, 98, 188 Allen, Miriam 128, 188 P Black David 173 Blackerby Blackmon Blackwell Blackwell Blackwell Debbie 85 189 Mike 52 82 132,144 Bill 189 Lynn 144 Ragrn 173 Blake Karen 144 Byers, Glenn 190 Byers, Ricky 190 Byers, Wendy 174 Bynu Josephine 52 80, 82, 121,146 ml , Byrd, Colonel 38, 206 Byrum, Rick 174 Altman, Ralph 142 Amick, Trey 142 Anders, Susan 80, 81, 88, 98,173 Anderson, Bob 67, 142 Anderson, Susan 98, 123, 188 Anglin, Keith 188 Anthony, Brenda 188 Arant, Chris 188 Ardrey, Beth 66, 75, 81, 86, 142 Armour, Tony 78 Armstrong, Jane 173 Armstrong, Juanite 188 Ashman, Debbie 188 Ashworth, Charles 188 Ashworth, Mike 115, 132, 188 Ashworth, Rob 82,116,173 Ashworth, Vicky 142 Atkins, Kirk 188 Austin, Jeff 54, 82, 92,105,107,1l6,142 Avery, Michaie 188 1 Awbrey, Howard 87, 188, 198 Aycock, Bobby 85, 188 Aycock, Danny 78, 143 Ayers, Debbie 188 Ayers, Greg 109 Ayers, Lee 54, 66, 82, 86, 92,97,109,l16, 143 Ayers, Sharon 36, 143 Ayers, Terri 85, 187,188 B Bailey, Mickey 78, 189 Bailey, Randy 82, 92, 94, 173 Bailey, Richard 189 Baily, Rhonda 173 Baily, Tony 173 Baily, Wayland 173 Baker, Anne 143 Baker, Dean 82, 92,102,116,173 Baker, Ricky 87, 115, 116, 173 Baker, Robbie 173 Barbaree, Jim 173 Barber, 128, 173 Barker, Sandy 94, 189 Barnes, Barbara 44, 76, 83, 94, 189 Barnes, Jeanie 66, 74, 80, 143 Barnes, Marty 115, 173 Barnes, Ruck 59, 143 Barnette, Angela 94, 143 Barnette, Beth 84, 94, 173 Barr, Patricia 143 Barron, Anna 66, 68, 69, 70, 52, 54, 81, 141, 143 Barron, Mrs. Bess 12 Barron, Cynthia 60, 76, 85, 97, 81, 189 Barron, Sandy 189 Bates, Beth 66, 68, 69, 80, 82, 86, 121,143 Bates, Bobby 189 Baxter, Doris 122, 189 Baxter, John 93 Blankenship, Dianne 84, 173 Boatwright, Chuck 189 Boatwright, Pam 80, 144 Boger, Debra 82,85,110,l22,187,189 Boger, Gretchen 81, 85, 187, 189 Boger, Phyllis 87, 94, 110, 123, 144 Bolder, Clifton 189 Bolder, Donnie 144 Bolder ' 52 Bolin, David 115, 189 Boone, Zick 189 Bootery, The 213 Boseman, Gwen 144 Boulware, Mrs. Barbara 30, 206 Berry, Rhonda 85, 173 Bigger,,Mike 173, l ,,,,..Is:ru...3.4..l.4A. C Caldwell, Carolyn 174 Campbe11,Judy 146 Campbell, Lorraine 146 Campbell, Martha 78, 79,'8l, 84, 174 Cannon, Randy 146 Cannon, Tina 190 Carrol, Chris 82, 190, 52, 115 Carroll, Rusty 105, 146 Carter, Cindy 174 Carter, Shelia 87, 174 Castillo, Mrs. Sarah 27, 98, 206 Cathcart, Willie 190 Boulware, Kevin 174 Bowen, Dewey 124, 125, 127 Boyd, Barbara 189 Boyd, Deanna 189 Boyd, Harvey 144 Boyd, Janie 144 Boyd, Joe 174 Boyd, Louise 85 Boykin, Faye 76, 174 Brady, Barbara 78 Brandon, Lori 78, 174 Brandon, Mike 52, 144 Branham, Brenda 84, 174 Bratton, Charles 38, 94, 87, 145 Bratton, Danny 189 Brazil, Debra 83, 94, 174 Brazil, Dianne 190 Brazil, Mike 190 Catoe, Tommy 85, 190 Cauthen, Cindy 80, 146 Caveny, Herbie 52, 87, 105, 146 Cawood, Susan 84, 128, 174 Chamber, Bryon 132, 190 Chapman, Ann 86, 94, 122, 190 Cl1apman, Barry 54, 82, 102, 146 Chappell, Marvin 38, 87, 174 Cherry, Jeff 52, 146 G1iso1m, David 52, 87, 146 Chisolrn, Dennis 146 Chisolm, Reginald 190 Clamp, Jay 174 Clark, Don 66, 68, 69, 78, 79, 92, 35, 102, 112, 147 Clark, Karen 147 Cobb, Keith 190 ' Cody, Susan 80, 81, 84, 108, 175 Breeden, Tina 174 Breeze, Patricia 94, 190 Brewer, Debbie 145 Brice, Charles 174 Brice, Debra 145 Brice, Julie 66, 145 Brice, Robert 190 Brice, Tina 82, 121 Bridges, Lamarie 174 Brinegar, Dale 190 Broadnax, Roddey 52, 82, 127, 174 Brock, Carolyn 83, 94, 190 Brooks, Cindy 80, 94, 190 Brooks, Marty 76, 81, 83, 93, 94,190 Brown, Bobby 190 Brown, Brenda 65, 75, 80, 81, 94, 97, 174 Brown, Henrietta 190 Brown, Jim 174 Brown, Mike 116, 174 Brown, Ricky 145, 190 Brumfield, Pat 68, 145 Buddin, Bobby 145 Buddin, Jimmy 145 Buice, Kathy 81, 84, 174 Burke, Billy 85, 92, 102 Burkins, Barbara 80, 190 Burkins, Helen 145 Burnette, Bobby 78, 145 Burnette, Jimmy 78, 190 Page Two Hundred and Seven Colahan, Ginny 82, 85,108, 110,190 Cole, Jame 190 Collins, Sandy 52, 54, 67, 80, 81, 88, 97,147 Collins, Tommy 105, 116, 1 Comer, Joan 147 Comer, John 147 Comer, Steve 147 Conley, Teresa 175 Conner, Becky 85, 190 Cooney, Sharon 175 Cooper, Cathy 190 Cooper, Connie 128, 190 Cooper, Tim105, ll6,l24, 127,175 Copeland, Cindy 94, 190 Couick, Mr. Jerry 14, 206 Cousar, Cynthia 175 Covington Covington Covington, Covington, Covington Covingtoni Teresa 147 , Jimmy 132,147 , Jo Anne 147 Johnny 175 Kathy 78, 190 Randell 78 Cowan, David 59, 80, 93, 175, 215 Cox, Ben 175 Crabtree, Pam 175 Crady, Karen 78, 85, 190 Craft, Greg 78, 190 Craig, Beverly 190 Craig, Johnny 185 75 Index Craig, Crank, - Ragin 147 Loretta 175 Crawford, Calvin 87 Crawford, Marvin 52, 92, 124, Crome, Lille 148' Crome, Walter 90, 175 Crumpler, Cathy 84, 94, 175 Cudd, Jeff 78, 190 Cullum, Mark 82, 190 Orlp, Alfred 132 Oxlp, Dorothy 78, 88, 175 Culp, Mike 78, 92,116,175 Culp, Thomas 190 Cunningham, Ola 41 Orrry, Michelle 84 Curtis, Rhonda 190 D Dalton, Sally 76, 81, 85, 190 Daniel, Ray 190 Daurity, Mr. John 33, 82, 105, 116, 206 Davenport, Rebecca 77, 80, 94, 175 Davis, Ann 94, 175 Davis, Dewey 78, 115, 132, 190 Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Janie 40 Jimmy 175 Mike '190 Patricia 175 Patti 94, 190 Reginald 175 Davis, William 191 Dawkins, Mr. John 34, 115, 116,206 Deas, Jean 128, 191 Deas, larry 191 Dease, Nita 175 Deason, Rodney 115, 132 Deese, Deese, Deese, Sharon 84 Mark 184 Teresa 148 Dennis, Ray 191 DePass, Hal 98 DeRose, Rick 82, 105, 116, 132,175 DeYoung, Barbara 85, 94, 191 Denton, Timmy 175 Dial, Wayne 191 Dickson, Tami 191 Dilley, Sharon 83, 94, 191 Dillon, Lynn 85, 191 Dingle, Stephanie 94, 148 Dixon, Mrs. Marilyn 22 Dixon, Mark 148 Dixon, Robert 105, 175 ' Dixon, Sammie 191 Dixon, Willie 148 Donovant, Derrick 39 Donovant, Julius 52, 148 Dorsett, Row 148 Doster, Bobby 191 Douglas, Faithie 149 Douglas, Jerome 102, 103 Douglas, Miriam 191 Douglas, Rurman 102 Dover, Randy 98, 149 . Dowdle, Mrs. Peggy 31, 206 Draper, Micheal 78 DuBard, Danny 82, 105, 116, 125, 127, Dukes, Mike 175 Dumbell, Mrs. Elizabeth 25, 206 Dunham, Myra 149 Dunlap, Barbara 93, 191 Dunlap, Dunny 176 Dunlap, Faye 85, 94, 191 Durham, Ike 39, 80, 149 Durham, Michael 116, 176 E Echols, Mr. Doug 37, 116, 206 Edge, Kay 149 Edwards, Dennis 82, 83,116,175 Edwards, Rebecca 191 Elder, Janie 75, 79, 78, 149 Elder, Mr. William 12 Elkins, Ricky 191 Elliot, Allen 149 125,127,148 1 Elliott, Debbie 81,172,176 Elliot, Edith 93, 191 Elliott, Mrs. Martha 30 Elliott, Rosa 52, 150 Ellis, Benard 176 Ellis, Charles 150 Elrod, Denise 150 . Ervin, Algeria 191 Ervin, Kim 65, 80, 191 Erwood, Judy '150 Estes, Joey 150 Estes, Lea 85, 191 Estridge, Pat 191 Evans, Greta 176 ' F Faile, Gary 192 Faile, Magie 47 Fast, Pam 150 Faulkner, Charlene 176 Fee, Alvin 176 Fee, Debra 176 Feemster, Tlralia 176 Feemster, William 78 Ferguson, Becky 52, 150 Ferguson, Mark 52, 150 Ferguson, Sheila 85, 192 Ferguson, Tobie 192 Fern, Mrs. Peggy 19, 206 Ferrell, Ann 52, 80, 150 Ferrell, Beverly 80, 84, 176 Ferrell, Keith 177 Fields, John 150 Fields, Susan 177 Fisher, Linda 177 Fleck, Paul 84, 177 Ford, Joe Ellen 192 Forsythe, Bobby 192 Forsythe, Steve 177 Fortson, Ben 52, 82,92,124, 127, 177 Foster Allyn 78 Foster Freddy 81, 177 Foster, Herbert 115, 192 Foster, Mrs. Kathy 19, 206 Foster, Ken 150 Foster Mr. Sam 13, 16, 206, 215 Foster Sam CJr.J 52, 82, 92, 69, 102, 116, 141, 150 Fox, Howard 206 Foxx, Taffy 83, 94, 192 Franklin, Brenda 151 Franks, Sue 'l 77 Frederick, Davie 45, 82,116, 177 Freeman, Jimmy 177 Freeman, Michello 94, 192 Freeman, Ronnie 87, 151 Freudenthal, Linda 81, 85, 90, 177 Friday, Julian 192 Funderburk, Benny 85, 192 G Gainey, Mrs. Lillian 19, 206 Gaither, Jerry 80, 81 Gaither, Mary 78, 79, 81,151 Gallman, Linda 151 Galloway, Sandra 85, 177 Galloway, Tommy 192 Gardner, Pam 151 Garrett, Nancy 84, 88, 81, 90, 93, 9 Garris, Chris 192 Garrison, Harry 105, 177 Garvin, Linda 85, 177 Gaskin, Tana 151 Gaulden, Angie 177 Gaydos, Susan 177 Gayton, Gloria 151 Gayton, Ricky 151 Geddings, Cindy 177 Ghent, Curtis 39, 78, 151 Ghent, Gerald 78 Gilliard, Bobby 115, 192- Gibson, John 102, 151 Gibson, Steve 78, 192 . Giles, Alicia 192 Page Two Hundred andiEight I 3,177 Giles, Debra 81, 67, 151 Gillespie, Linda 151 Gilmore, Gerald 177 Gist, Melissa 41 Gist, Terry 192 Glenn, Debbie 152 Glosson, Eddie 98 Glover, Calvin 87, 152 Goforth, Mary Lou 152 Goins, Dorothy 152 Goins, Gerald 152 Goode, Sidney 65, 80, 83, 92, 177 Goodwin, Lee 152 Gordon, Dietta 52, 152 Gordon, Georgia 152 Gordon, Georgia 177 Gordon, Robin 177 Gourly, Peggy 192 Gover, Jeff 102 Graham, Charles 177 Graham, Michael 192 Graham, Ronnie 177 Grande, Vernon Lee 192. - Grant, Collins '78, 87, 152 Grant, James 87, 92, 172,177 Grant, Tracy 85, 177 Grantham, Jay 82 Grantham, Sam 192 Graves, Ginger 94, 122, 192 Greely, Leland 52, 83, 115, 192 Green, Charles 177 Green, Tina 80,85, 94, 192 Greene, Margie 192 Greer, Mr. Sam 12 Gregory, Laura 52, 54, 60, 66, 74, Griffin, Lonnie 38, 39, 87, 94, 152 Gross, Robert 102, 177 Gulledge, Mrs. Rebecca 21, 206 Gunderson, Dickie 52, 66, 152 N H Haley, Bonnie 52, 82,121,153 Hall, Anthony 87 Hall, Chris 153 Hall, Ella 192 Hall, Joe 177 Hall, Kathy 192 Hall, Libble 153 Hamilton, Ben 78, 192 Hamilton, Charles 192 Hamilton, Karen 98 Hamilton, Sheri 177 8 Hammond, Larry 54,153 Hammond, Patricia 94, 192 Hamrick, Mark 177 Hancock, Dianne 98 Hancock, Katrina 93, 192 Hand, Cindy 77, 178 Hanser, Tamara 78 ' Hanser, Debra 94, 98,110,192 Hargett, Jerry 78, 192 Hargett, Ronnie 54, 66, 68, 92, 105, Harkey, John 15 3 Harmond, Tammy 192 1-larper, Cheryl 52, 54,153 Harris, Christine 15 3 Harris, Mark 82, 87, 105, 153 1-larrison, Allen 192 Hart, Vessie 192 1-larvey, Charles 192 Hawkins, Helen 76, 84, 94, 178 Hawkins, Patti 87 b Hayes, Oscar 192 Hayes, Roger 87, 93,192 Hayslett, Cathy 22,123,153 Heath, Harold 153 Heath, Jeff 178 Heath, Sammie 192 Heckle, Freddy 83, 153 Hedrick, Rachel 94, 178 Hefner, 52, 54,154 Hefney, Jerry 52, 82,116,154 Hefney, Wayne 86,-92, 96, 97, 178 Hegwood, Betsy 65, 66, 80, 154 Hegwood, William 78 1,152 116,153 Horne, Debbie 83, 90 Love, Kim 194 Helms, Attice 154 ' Helms, Jimmy 178 Hemphill, Dorothy 41 Hemphill, Gloria 192 Henderson,VJudy 193 Henderson, Julie 193 Henley, Joe 93,115,193 Herldng, Jimmy 45, 52,88, 172,178 Herlong, Sally 94, 128, 129,193 Herndon, Beth 66, 154 Herndon, Jean 93. 98, 178 Herron, Paula 52, 66, 94, 154 Herron, Danny 178 Herron, Randy 82,132,178 Heuy, Gladys 94, 156 Hickland, Leland 193 Hicklin, Debbie 52, 54, 80, 154 Hicklin, Harry 54, 66, 68, 69, 70, 92, 97, 96, 116, 118, 154 Hicklin, Strait 46, 52, 65, 66,68,80,8l, 155 Hilderbiand, Jack 78, 79, 88, 92, 90, 178 Hill, Donnie 155 Hilton, Pam 178 Hilton, Patti 95, 155 . Hilton, Mrs. Sue 15, 44, 96, 97, 206, 215 Hinebaugh, Judy 52, 54, 66, 86,108,110,121, 123, 155 l-linson, Chris 87,178 Hinson, Stevie 155 Hinton, Cathy 155 Hinton, Charles 178 Hinton, Clara 41 Hinton, James 178 Hinton, Gerald 193 Hinton, Shirley 193 Hinton, William 193 Hodges, Jeff 87, 155 Hoff, Mr. Louie 35, 79, 206 Holbert, Marie 193 Holland, Max 67, 78,155 Holler, Carlisle 85, 193 Holler, Margaret 81, 84, 97, 178 Holliman, Carlos 193 Hollis, Donna 178 Hollis, Neel 82, 115,193 Holmes, Mark 82, 172, 178 Hood, Charles 87,178 Hood, Darnell 52 Hope, Martha Sue 66, 75, 81, 128, 129, 110, 155 Horne, Lynn 155 Hornsby, Jane 85, 98, 178 Horton, Cindy 155 Horton, Susan 80, 81, 84, 178 Horton, Thomas 178 , Hoskins, Kathy 82, 88,108,110,l28,178 Hoskins, Mrs. Martha 21, 46, 206 House, Wyomia 155 Howe, Johnny 156 Howe, Paul 66, 68, 69, 92, 97, 109, 156 Howell, Cindy 52, 80, 156 Hoyles, Lureatha 41 Hucks, Tommy 78, 84, 94, 178 Huddleston, Jackie 115, 193 Hudson, Gwen 67, 156 Hudson, Rhonda 193 1-Iudspeth, David 178 Huffstetler, Cheryl 193 Huffstetler, Dennis 156 Huffstetler, Ray 193 Humphries, Coach Ken 23, 116, 132, 206 Hunt, Carla 85,94,123,193 Hunt, Mrs. Jean 31, 206 Hunter, Sandy 156 Hutcherson, larry 193 Hutchinson, Ervin 156 Hutchinson, Janice 156 Hutchinson, Raymond 102, 115, 178 Hyatt, Lynn 178 Ingram, Bobby 193 lovanna, Claudia 94, 178 Isom, Diana 156 Isom, Gwen 178 - Isom, Harvey 78 Isom, Mrs. Mary Lee 26, 206 Ivey, Ann K. 82, 88, 94,121,178 Q J Jackson, Barbara 193 Jackson, Charlie 156 Jackson, Gloria 156 Jackson, Helena 193 ' Jackson, Jaime 85, 193 Jackson, Sandy 193 Jackson, Vanessa 193 Jamieson, Mrs. 16 Jarck, Nancy 52, 54, 66, 157 Jarck, Paul 78, 83, 193 Jeffords, Jenkins, Coach Bob 15,102, 103, 112, Ted 17.9 Jenkins, Jeff 84, 88, 92, 179 ' Jenkins, Mary 94, 193 Jenkins, Susu 82, 85, 122, 193 Jennings, Jennings, Jennings, Harry 102 Mrs. Margaret 28, 84, 206 Rosalyn 128, 129,179 Johns, Herman 124, 125, 127, 179 Johnson, Barbara A. 94, 110, 157 Johnson, Barbara 193 Johnson, Barbara R. 157 Johnson, Beth 84, 88, 89, 77, 94, 179 Johnson, Debbie 85, 193 Johnson, John 193 1 Johnson, Johnny 60, 85, 94, 97, 193 Johnson, Ken 179 Johnson, Marvin 84, 85, 86, 193 Johnson, Sanita 193 Johnson, Sherri 98, 179 Johnson, Steven 193 Johnson, Virginia 94, 98, 179 Johnston, Vicki 94, 98, 179 Jonas, Tim 157 Jones, Dennis 179 Jones, Je Jones, Jo rry 157 hnny 87 Jones, Mike 193 Jones, Pa tti98,179 Jones, Randy 193 ' Jones, Robin 193 Jones, Thomas 86, 87, 179 Jordan, Billy 179 f 206 Index Kirkpatrick, Lenee 83, 86, 94, 96, 97, 179 Kiser, Dr. Frank 12 Kiser, Jimmy 67, 68, 69, 71, 54, 92, 102, 103, 116, 118, l19,l24, 125,l27, 137,158 Klotz, Lori 78, 79 Knight, Bob 94, 179 Knight, Rosanne 85, 94, 194 Knightner, Mrs. Ernestine 29, 206 - Knox, Stephanie 158 Knox, Willette 158, 179 Koonce, Linda 179 Koone, Linda 98 Kyle, Mrs. 16 L Iackey, Dawn 123 Iaftite, Lloyd 65, 80, 87, 180 Iaffite, Ronnie 39, 46, 52, 65, 67, 82, 86, 87, 92, 132, 158, 80 Lance, Michael 194 Land, Shirley 93 Landers, Bill 54,116,158 Iane, Bess 27, 82, 85,.94, 122, 194 lane, Donnie 158 Lane, Hank 78,79,194 Langford, Kenneth 158 Langford, Rowan 194 Lanier, Melissa 81, 85, 94, 194 Lansford, Bill 78, 79, 84, 90, 102, 180 Larkins, Donna 122, 194 Iassing, Kathy 78, 79, 87,93,194 Iattam, Mrs. Martha 21 , 90, 206 Leaks, Robert 39, 158 Lecher, Mrs. Susan 27 Lee, Ernest 194 Lee, Marion 158 LeGrande, Vernon 192 Leitzsey, Horace 194 Leopard, Dean 194 Leopard, Gary 159 Leopard, Terri 194 Leslie, Butch 46, 52, 65, 80, 82,81,116,159 Lewis, Rick 65, 80, 83, 92,159 Lightner, Vanessa 159 Ligon, Jane 194 Ligon, Ricky 159 Ligon, Robert 180 Lisk, Mrs. Coleen 29, 206 Little, Susan 94, 194 Livengood, Teresa 180 Jordan, Debra 193 Jordan, Dennis 35, 179 Jordan, Fred 193 Jordan, Freddie 82, 116, 179 Jordan, Ronnie 179 Joseph Linda 194 ' Joseph: Mae 194 Joseph, Robert 157 Kartus K , Mrs. Marjorie 26, 206 Livingston, Brenda 81, 88, 98, 180 Lloyd, Mrs. Frances 36, 206 Lodge, Johnna 94, 98, 180 London, Cissy 94, 159 London, Millie 194 London, Sally 180 Long, Long, Long Inns, Long. Barbara 78 Gus 194 Lewis 194 Mattie 194 Phil 159 Kay, Johnny 52, 66,105,107,116, 157 Keiger, Ann 85, 94, 194 Keiger, Charles 92, 157 Keller, Brian 179 Kellett, Howard 179 Kendall, Jimmy 78, 194 Kendrick, Allen 194 , Kendrick, Annette 128, 179 Love, Sally 194 Lowder Lowery Lowery Lowery, Lowery Ray 82, 115, , Donnie 194 Herbie 180 Ricky 159 Maggie 41 194 Lucus, Renee 194 Lumpkin, Gloria 78, 194 Kennedy, Joyce 194 Kennedy, Phyllis 179 Kennedy, Ricky 115, 179 Kennington, Michelle 83, 94, 194 Key, Peggy 194 Killough, Susan 93,194 Kimble, Mark 158 Kimbrell, Karyn 179 Kinkaid, Jeff 194 Kinkaid, Terrie 84, 88, 94, 179 Kirby,Geoff82, 116,179 ' Kirby, Johnny 194 Kirby, Kyle 194 Kirk, Donna 158 M Mack, Mr. Marion 34, 206 Madsen, Charlie 70, 92, 67, 159 Madsen, Wayne 194 Maerritt, Benny 67,92,159 Mahaffey, Pat 78, 194 Maples, Eddie 194 Maples, Melvin 194 Marshall, John 194 Marshall, John 159 Marshall, Ned 52,82,180 Marthers, Wayne 160 Isom, Alberta 41 Kirk, Fannie 67, 74, 83, 94, 158 Page Two Hundred and Nine Martin, Donnie 194 Index Martin, Joanne 93, 194 Massey, Annetta 94, 160 Massey, Jackie 93, 180 Mather, Sandra 180 Matthews, Linde 80, 160 Matthews, Bobbie 180 Maxie, Tammie 94, 194 Mayes, Cynthia 160 Mazurek, Dr. Edward 12 Minton, Jerry 161 Mitchell, Jimmy 78, 195 Mitchell, Nadine 181 Mitchell, Richard 82, 92, 132, 181 Mitchell, Ronald 195 Mobley, Harry 162 Mobley, Kaylyn 195 Mobley, Lynn 80, 162 Mobley, Pamela 162 Mobley, Rosa 195 Mobley, Sammie 162 Moflit, Phillip 162 Moody, Coach Lindberg 24, 124, 127, 206 Moore, Barbara 162 Moore, Charlene 81, 84, 94, 181 Moore, Jeanna 78, 79, 85, 96, 97, 195 Moore, Jimmy 102 Moore, Louise 82, 94, 121,181 Moore, Margaret 110, 128, 129, 162 Moore, Ray 85, 195 Moore, Susan 78, 79 Moore, Wanda 85 Moore, Willie 195 McArthur, Jimmy 85, 92, 180 Miller, Carolyn 52, 85, 88,121,161 Miller, Cathleen 195 Miller, Diana 77, 161 Miller, Lillie 161 Miller, Roy 52, 87, 82,,,U.6..Ll.9 , Milliones, Cindy 76, 94, 195 Mills, Charlie 109, 161 Mills, Chris 109 Mills, Jeff 71, 82, 87,l02, 112,161 Mills, Jerry 161 Mills, Kevin 112, 195 Mills, Thomas 116 Minor, Donald 195 Minor, Herbert 161 McAteer, Janice 194 McAtteer 194 McCall, Ann 94, 194 McCall, Dianne 94 McCaston, Kaye 180 McClenningham, Gilbert 52, 82, 87, 116, 160 McClenningham, Mr. James 40 McClenningham, Joe 180 McClenningham, Mira 128, 129, 194 McClenningham, Shirley 160 McClure, Gwen 195 McCollum, Don 39, 102, 160 McCollum, Randy 112, 195 McCormick, Marty 195 McCoy, Doreatha 195 . McCoy, Lizzie 41 McCrorey, Cassie 82, 123, 195 McCrorey, Mike 180 McG1l1ough, McCullough, McCullough, McCullough, McCullough, Elaine 38, 88, 160 Eliza 41 Helen 195 Rose 195 Shirley 195 McDaniel, Janet 67, 68, 81, 87, 94, 160 McDaniel, Kathy 195 McDaniel, Sandy 78, 79, 88, 180 McDaniel, Tina 83, 195 McDonald, Mark 160 McDowell, Jeff 52, 98, 112, 195 McDowell, Mike 39, 52, 67, 69, 82, 86, l02,116,132, 160 McFadden, Beryl 80, 94, 110, 195 McFadden, Mary 180 McGaughey, Mike 85, 88, 105, 180 McGill, Mr. 19 ' McGinnis, Greg 67, 161 McGinnis, Susan 180 McGuire, Robert 195 McKee, Kermit 161 McKinney, Jerome 132, 180 McLean, Allen 180 McManemon, Mary 94, 180 McMoore, Billy 195 McMurray, Nina 161 McNeal, Bernard 180 McWhite, Nina 78, 79 Meek, Mrs. 41 Meek, Ruth 40, 41 Meeks, Mrs. Bessie 21, 206 Melton, Mr. Ted 12 92, 98, Morehead, Brent 195 Morgan, Nathan 181 Morris, Jeri 94, 98, 195 Morris, Lynn 195 Morton, Dot 12 Mullins, Debbie 84, 195 Murff, Mrs. Betty 29, 206 Murff, Mike 78, 195 Murray, Ivory 102, 195 Murphy, Mrs. 16 Muse, Hi1l82, 115,132,195 Myers, Mrs. Nellie 26, 206 Myers, Rebecca 67, 110, 128, 162 N Neely, Cynthia 78 Neely, Dick 132 Neely, John 115, 195 Neely, Mary 78 Newton, Beth 162 Newton, Mrs. Kittye 30, 206 Newton, Sandy 85, 195 Nichols, Mike 59, 162 Nivens, Sandy 65, 80, 81, 88, 89, 162 Norman Hege Jewlers 213 Norwood, Ricky 82, 85, 195 O Oates, Billy 195 Oates, Danny 132, 162 Oates, Tommy 14, 206 O'Conner, Saul 109, 163 Odom, Annie 181, 94 Odom, Ricky 39, 163 Osborne, Mrs. Lillie 32, 206 Ott, Miss Ouida 21, 74, 76, 206, 215 Outlaw, Melanie 181 Outlaw, Stephanie 181 P Padgett, Laurie 181 Paige, Gloria 181 QB Petit, Chuck 78 Pettigrew, Dr. 19 Petty, Ronnie 195 Peoples, Alfred 196 Pickett, Evelyn 163 Pickett, Lenford 181 Pincelli, John 80, 84, 81, 92, 97, 181 Pinochet, Susan 90, 94, 181 Pittman, Gail 94, 196 Pittman, Sheridan 84, 92, 181 Platt, Mikell 181 Player, Debbie 181 Plyer, Bill 196 Poag, Faith 196 Poe, Bynum 78, 196 Poore, Ann 195 Poore, Brenda 163 Poore, Henry 105 Poore, Sam 60, 78, 79, 94, 182, 196 Powell, Ms. 37, 108, 110, 123, 206 Pratt, Paige 49, 67, 68, 76, 74, 81, 164 Pratt, Sammy 52, 82,115,196 Prescott, Mr. Ed 25, 115, 116, 132, 13 Presler, Charles 87, 196 Presler, Madeline 164 Price, Lori 182 Pundt, Harold 164 Q Quinn, Mrs. Barbara 36, 46, 80 R Ragin, Bruce 67, 70, 90, 164 Ragsdale, Marshall 87, 182 Rainey, Tim 164 7,2 Ramsey, Ryan 52, 67, 69, 92, 98, 102, 116 118, 132, 164 Rast, Gary 196 Ratterree, Chris 164 Ratterree, Debbie 85, 196 Rawls, Glenn 84, 86, 90, 182 Rawls, Stanley 164 Rayfield 112, 164 Raymes, Dart 85, 196 Rea-Warner 213 Reese, Lillian 80, 81, 98, 182 Reynolds, Debbie 196 Reynolds, Doug 65, 80, 182 Rhyner, Richard 115 Rice, Lorrie 94, 196 Richardson, Hope 182 Roach, Mrs. Jacquelyn 22, 206 Roberts, Bonnie 67, 70, 94, 164 Roberts, Danny 182 , Roberts, Terry 128 Parker, Barbara 195 Parker, Graig 38, 132, 181 Parker, Gail 78 Parker, Lenora 94, 195 Parker, Michael 105, 1-32, 181 Parker, Tony 78, 79, 102, 181 Parks, Ken 195 Parris, Lynn 60, 82, 97, 122, 123,195 Parrish, Faye 181 Parrish, Heyward 27, 195 Parrish, Jennifer 78, 84 Parrish, Laddie 181 Parrish, Sara 85 Parrish, Wayne 181 Patrick, Tricia 81, 85, 94, 195 Patterson, Kirk 195 Patton, Bob 65, 80, 81, 92, 88,181 Payne, Cheryl 85, 181 Pearson: wanda 46, 67, 68, 69, so, 81, 83, 86, Pearson, Cathy 67, 81, 163 Pearson Mildred 163 163 Percival, Alan 181 Percival, Jimmy 181 Robins, Douglas 196 Robinson Robinson 9 Robinson, Robinson, Robinson Robinson, Robinson, Robinson, Robinson, Robinson, Rockholt, 3 Eddie 182 Josephine 40 Joel 85, 196 Lisa 81, 85,196 Micky 196 Rhonda 196 Robin 182 Rusty 182 Teresa 164 Tommy 196 larry 196 Roddey, Mrs. Jean 34, 206 Rollins, Carolyn 164 Roseboro Connie 196 Roseboro, , Gregory 182 Roseboro, Tommy 165 Roseboro, Vicky 182 Ross, Brenda 128, 165 Ross, Janice 165 Ross, Mike 182 Ruckart, Brenda 196 Rush, Miss 24, 94, 95, 206 Russell, Billy 196 Melton, Terry 180 Merke, David 85, 87, 181 Mickle, Ricky 161 Perdue, Debbie 181 Peters, Karl 78, 83, 195 Petit, Chip 195 Page Two Hundred and Ten Russell, Doug 67, 68, 165 Russell, Rena 182 ' Ryan, Debi 196 -4. S Sanders, Eddie 196 Sanders, Terry 165 Styles, Jimmy 197 Styles, Shannon 167 Sullivan, Tim 183 Sumwalt, Dave 78, 197 Welch, Queenie 168 Wells, Rev. Z. B. 12 West, Bill 197 West, Dickie 197 Sanford, Rick 54, 71, 82, l02,1l6,118,119, 124,l25, 127,165 Savage, Mr. Jeff 12 White, Richard 197 Schawael, Donna 94, 196 Schebe lka, Sibbie 182 Sealy, Virgil 65, 80, 83, 196 Sellers, Ron 115, 182 Sextpn, Doris 182 Sexton, Edward 93, 196 Sexton, James 87, 165 Sexton, Margie 93, 123, 196 Sexton, Steve 87, 127, 165 Sexton, Teena 165 Shephard, Olivia'52, 65, 80, 81, 82, 110, 121, 141, 165 Sherer, Iva 84, 94, 196 Shillinglaw, Billy 52, 115, 116, 182 Shillinglaw, Dianne 182 Shillinglaw, Sammy 115, 182 Shillinglaw, Terry 165 Shipham, Mark 90, 87, 92, 94, 98, 182 Shuler, Dee 108, 182 Shurley, Katherine 52, 60, 67, 69, 54, Shytle, Sharon 196 Simmons, Freddie 83, 196 Simon, Janice 78 Simpson, Eric 196 Simpson, Lynn 196 Simrill, Glenda 110, 182 Sims, Jovada 67, 84, 94, 166 Sims, Lavern 76, 166 Sims, lavetta 76, 81, 166 Sims, Marty 166 Sims, Patricia 166 Sims, Wendell 83, 196 Sloan, Claude 76, 78, 84, 87, 92, 94, 1 Tucker Smalls, Smalls, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Iris 78, 182 Pam 78, 166 Ann 182 Barbara 78, 196 Danny 166 Debbie 80, 85 Smith, Gail 52, 121,166 Smith, Jeannie 78 Smith, Joey 166 Smith, Marienetta 75, 81, 94, 97, 166 Smith, Martha 196 Smith, Mary 196 Smith, Neal 93, 105, 182 Smith, Pat 166 Smith, Paul 182 Smith, Steve 85, 94, 196 Snipes, Perry 182 Young Snipes, Rhonda 196 Sovde, David 67, 166 Sowell, Bill 94,115,132, 183 Spencer, Eddie 78, 192 Springs, Kenneth 196 Stafford, Joey 116 Stamey, Raymond 116, 183 Standard Life and Casualty Insurance Company 213 Starns, Darrell 167 Starns, Vickie 196 Starr, Gloria 167 Starr, Prascilla 196 Steele, Mrs. Barbara 25, 94, 95, 206 Steele, Fant 78, 93, 196 Steele, Lin 166 Steele, Sherry 196 Stegal, Patti 78 Stegall, Sam 167 Stevenson, Thomas 196 Stewart, Bob 183 Stewart, Oris 41 Stiff, Bobby 197 Stone, Mary 82, 94, 123, 197 Strait, Lee 183 Strawhorn, Wanda 85, 197 Strong, Teresa 85, 197 Sturgis, Jim 115,197 Sturgis, Timmy 167 7 82 Sumwalt, Doug 197 Sumwalt, Mr. Veron 19, 115, 206 Swann, Mr. John 24, 206 Sweatt, Deanna 183 T Taylor, Caughman 52, 67, 68, 69, 70, 92,167 Taylor, Mr. Belton 12 Taylor, Sally 197 Taylor, Thomas 87, 183 Tedder, Susan 83,183 West, Susan 52, 78, 79,123,169 Westmoreland, Mrs. laura 25, 206 Wheeler, Martha 184 Templeton, Anita 97, 110, 183 i Teno, Theresa 183 Thomas, Debra 167 Thomas, Donnie 167 Thomas, Larry 197 Wheeles, Mrs. Rachel 33, 206 Whitaker, Bill 93, 169 White, David 52,102, 103,1l6, 118,119 White, Delores 169 White, Jeff 169 White, Linda 197 White, Odell 87, 169 White Office Machines and Supplies 213 White, Waltrina 85, 94, 197 Whitlock, Easter 197 Whittaker, Ron 197 Wilder, Danise 78, 79, 81, 85, 94, 197 Wilkerson, Steve 59, 52, 87,116,169 Thompson, Angela 84, 85, 88, 94, 128, 167 Thompson, Brenda 94, 167, 197 Thompson, Carolyn 183 Thompson, Denise 122, 197 Thompson, Dennis 197 Thompson, Mr. Ed 34, 60,116,105,l28, 137, 206 Thompson, Ginger 85, 94, 123 Thompson Jerome 183 Thompson Nancy 167 Thompson Randy 127, 168 Thompson, Ricky 197 Williams Bill 82 54 105,169 wiuiams, Biuy 184 ' Williams Carol 197 Williams, Carrot 85, 94, 197 Williams, Darlene 169 Williams, Dee 110, 197 Williams, Mr. Edgar 12 Williams, Emma 52, 54, 170 Williams, Hugh 197 Williams, Joe 197 Williams, Johnny 81, 170 Williams Mike 198 Thompson, Tommy 168 Thompson, Vangela 88, 94, 128, 168 Thompson, Warren 38, 39, 168 Throgmorton, Mrs. Mary Ann 21, 90, 206 Tice, Frank 54, 78,82,102,168 Ticktin, Mrs. Mary Lee 15, 206 Tilley, David 81, 84, 88,183 Williams, Ricky 198 Williams, Sara 184 Williams, Sheree 184 Williams, Skeet 198 Williamson, Robin 198 Wille, Debbie 81, 85, 94, 197 Wilrnore, Julian 184 Timberlake, Mary 197 Tinker, Danny 132, 168 Tinkler, Lesa 82, 183 Tisdale, Mr. Monticello 23, 206 Totherow,Timmy 197. Trevor, John 168 Wilson ,Mrs Jane 33, 206 , Wilson, can 1s,s3, 198 R Wilson, Minnie 198 Wilson , Teri 170 Winders, Mrs. Pam 28, 46, 83, 206 Windham, Keith 184 Trevor, Liz 83,183 Tucker, Bernice 197 Tucker Beth 78, 197 Mike 197 Tucker: , Sam 102 Tubeville, Doug 197 Turner, Cheryl 84, 88, 94, 183 Turner, Frank 168 ' Turner, Libby 67, 68, 75, 96, 97, 108, 168, 215 Turney, Gigi 197 - Windham, Phyllis 65, 80, 81, 170 Wise, Danny 198 Wise, Louise 41 Witherspoon, Mrs. Emma 21 Wogan, Ricky 82, 115, 198 Womack, Suzanne 94, 98, 198 Woodard, Adrian 198 Woody, Janet 198 Workman, Steve 184 Worthy, Elliott 78 Worthy, Lorraine 198 U Ussery, Gaile 82, 93, 98, 122, 123, 197 v Vick, Kathy 98, 197 1 w Wa1den,Geno 52, 102, 116, 125, 127,168 Walker, Chris 88, 92, 183 Walker, Doris 197 Walker, Patricia 197 Walker, Juanita 197 Wallace, Angie 168 Wallace, Eleanor 197 Wallace, Jimmy 183 Walters, Michelle 83, 94, 197 Walton, Cheryl 184 Walton, Don 197 Walton, Gary 124,127,197 Wray, Danny Wright, Cynde 52, 54, 170 Wright, Melissa 184 Wright, Pam 78, 79, 84, 184 Wyatt, Chris 198 Wyatt, Joey 198 Wyatt, Lynn 93, 198 Wylie, Cliff 52, 67, 116,170 Wylie, Henry 41 Wylie, Stanley 87, 170 Y Youngue, Mrs. 16 Yorke, Charles 80, 81, 88, 92, 98,184 Young, Andy 80, 85, 88, 102, 184 Young, Benard 52, 87 Young, Charles 170 Young Larry 198 Young, Sharon 184 Shirley 184 Ward, Bobby 44, 75, 86, 88, 89, 92, 94,184 Watterson, Tommy 87, 184 Watts, Christy 75, 81, 88, 89, 98,184 Weathersby, Ann 197 Weaver, Frank 184 Webb, Eric 76, 81, 88, 98, 92,184 Webb, Grady 87 Webb, Jimmy 78,197 Page Two Hundred and Eleven Youngblood, Denise 184 Youngerman, Mike 170 Youngerman, Pala 185 Youngue, Jody 198 Z Lrchery, Bryan 78, 79, 85, 198 The Navy extends its sincerest best wishes to the graduating Class of '75. The Navy has a continuing need for the enlistment of young men and women who desire global travel, fun and adventure, and learning new technical skills. You could be that "New Navy Member" that the "New Navy" needs. Think about lt. gap' " CHIEF JOHN BOYD and PETTY OFFICER "C" "L" HAYES U. S. Navy Recruiting Station York Plaza Shopping Center ROCK HILL, S. C. 366-1801 Page Two Hundred and Twelve Need a new pair of shoes? Try the Bootery, located on 141 Main Street, for the newest of styles. Quality work at Reasonable Prices ffor a changel Cliihll E IICIQGIHLHW OF ROCK HILL 912 Charlotte Avenue Une Block From Winthrop 328-9960 We do all types of photography. 1096 Discount to Northwestern Students Ad vertisements If you are looking for a nice fit in top-rate clothing. visit Rhea-Warner at 143 Main Street. Business Directory White Office Machines and Supplies 125 Hampton Street Rock Hill 327-4146 Norman Hege Jewelers 128 Hampton Street Diamonds, Watches, and Repair 327-7850 Standard Life and Casualty Insurance Company 215 Hampton Street W. B. CBillJ Barron, Group Representative 327-7151 Page Two Hundred and Thirteen HOme of The TRCDJANS ' .zil ' gi ' k , A blff A E H' 1::1:1 -I .:1 .5199 :-v::-v A avi - :L riffs:-, - 'L - IQ , I v My , ,,:. , .x, if 4,,: qlillli " ' 0 I imp:-ctw Dfoducii - DINE-IN on CAIIIIY-ouT - Q "T'oo3 Tun for Ever one" 1 9 an t- YOUR ORDER IS PREPARED WITH LOVING CARE FROM OLD WORLD FAMILY RECIPES' Fcuk SIZES or PIZZAS v SPAGIIETTI if o IzAvIoLI 'k o neLIcIous SANDWICH coMsINATIoNs I 1. 0 PASQUALE'S SPECIAL cues SALADS -K I 0 oun owN HOT ITALIAN GARLIC a. YEAsT IIIIEADS . t I, .,', 1--we-P2 431-fag 3 8 - 3 9 X y W 403 CHERRY ROAD ff .W :4:"'p:.. A DIRECTLY ACROSS FROM . I I WINTHROP COLLEGE '-"- I A ws ,PIIEPIIIL wsu nnnen INDIVIUUAILY t ir I Go NCDRTHWESTERN Page Two Hundred and Fourteen ... -,www 51, X W I ., hmsim 'ii'-'asv' ...-r""' ag' T 14" - in a J frgb 'S 'SP- ,. W 1. '59 3' 'fa f-9 '35 , 4 ' .tsiif Q Acknowledgements Tears ,... problems ,... meeting deadlines ,... making mistakes ,... problems ,... cuss words ,... late hours and hours of work ,... more problems ,... All this and more went into the production of the 1975 Aeneid. Now that the tears have dried up, most of the problems have been solved, and the late hours of work have been rewarded, the Aeneid '75 staff wishes to express special appreciation to each of the following: To Bill Brown and Francis Jeffries of Creative Photography for the informal pictures and their patience, gas, and extra effort. To Mr. Bill Blackston and Delmar for class pictures, group photographs, and others. To Bryant McMurray for the use of the color sunrise picture. To David Cowan for his photographic contributions. To the Evening Herald for their donation of sports pictures. To Libby Tumer for the time and effort she putlforth in designing, drawing, and redrawing the cover. To Mrs. Sue Hilton for the use of her telephone, answering of our many questions, and listening to our many problems. To Miss Ouida Ott for serving in the capacity of Aeneid advisor and giving final approval to pages. To Mr. Sam Foster who listened patiently to all of our complaints, suggestions and schemes. To the afternoon custodial crew for waiting until we finished at night to lock up. To all section editors and staff members, especially those who gave up their lunch periods and afternoons, for their work and dedication. To these and all others who helped create such a fantastic annual goes a sincere "thank you" . 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