Statesville High School - Trail Yearbook (Statesville, NC)
- Class of 1975
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THE 1975 TRAIL
Statesville Senior High School
Statesville, North Carolina
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Monday through Friday
We drag into homeroom at 8:29
And bound out of our sixth period
Class at the shrill pierce of
The 3:15 bell.
Somewhere in between
Something of importance goes on.
A teacher's voice penetrates
Our daydreams for a moment
And we find ourselves listening.
All of a sudden
Facts, figures, and theories
Begin to fall in place.
We open ourselves to challenges,
Sometimes perform with our best,
And are always rewarded accordingly.
We are given one hundred and eighty
And just maybe
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Administration Oversees 74- 75 SHS Functions
Whenever students had major problems at
S.H.S., they were usually referred to the
office. With an estimated 800 students,
things sometimes got rather congested.
The "main man" Principal Cecil Stroud t
was often found talking to a troubled
student and giving helpful advice. L
One of the most familiar faces around
S.H.S. was that of Mr. Gerald Poplin. His
duties included issuing text-books,
opening endlessjammed lockers, and
supervising the student lounge. lf you
were one of the few who got a ticket for
having an illegally parked car, you know
that Mr. Marlin Tate has a sharp eye for
spotting unmarked cars. Among his other
responsibilities was the supervision ofthe
Perhaps the man with the most t'amusing"
job was Mr. CA. Frye, who issued tardy
slips to students who just couldn't seem to
"get with it" in the mornings.
The Administrative Staff: Mr. Marlin Tate, Mr. Gerald Poplin, and Mr. Cecil Stroud.
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Locked doors are difficult to open without
keys and Mr. Tate warns the borrower to re-
turn them promptly.
Board Plans New Stadium at SHS
'T ' Secretaries Ruth Guy and Martha Walker was always understanding and
E 'S Thomas proved again this year that they helpful concerning any problem they
S s l . are virtually indispensable to the might encounter. Mrs. Bobbie Martin
S l mainstay of an efficient office. Taking acted as general secretary and helped
s ff care of monetary matters and scheduling students in class changes.
' problems were Mrs. Guy's main concerns,
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if The School Board acted as an advisory
1 committee to SHS and other city schools
' problems and filled out the endless
tr number of sick slips.
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final decisions about colleges. Miss
Griffith worked with seniors giving
' Many new and progressive ideas were
proposed for the continued growth of the
Statesville City Schools. The board
Department, students were able to make explored the possibility of new baseball
and football stadiums for SHS. They also
discussed ways of accommodating
helpful suggestions concerning college
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The 1974-1975 School Board: Mr. Cecil Barger, Dr. Ralph Bentley, Mr. James T. Alexander, Mr. Vester Boone, Mr.
Edwin Hunter. Mr. Richard Ashe. Dr. Boyd Bailey, Mr. A.D. Kornegay, and Mr. Carl Litaker.
students to be acquired in next year's
applications. Students found that Mrs. annexation.
, The Guidance Department: Mrs. Lois Walker, Mrs. Bobbie Martin, and Mrs. Ruth Griffith.
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Students Acquire Insights
into Noted Literary Masterpieces
English ll placed special emphasis on
acquainting sophomores with the poetry,
plays, and short stories of various
authors. Silas Marner Enemy of the
People, and Julius Ceasar were three
major works of which a detailed analysis
was conducted. Sophomores undertook
the tedious assignment of writing their
first term paper and faced the usual
frustrations of footnotes and bibliography
Juniors found that English III
complemented the study of U.S. History,
since American literature was approached
from a historical point of view. Students
undertook the study of American
masterpieces by such authors as Steinbeck
and Faulkner. Correlating literature and
our American heritage, filmstrips, tapes,
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and records augmented the usual textbook
Fourth year students encountered English
literature. Beowulf, The Canterbury
Tales, and Macbeth were only a few of
the works studied. Novel presentations,
term papers, panel discussions, and forty
point discussion questions prepared
students for college English courses.
Seniors strove to broaden their
vocabularies and made one final attempt
at mastering English grammar before
completing high school.
Offered as electives, Contemporary
Literature and Creative Writing served as
needed outlets for those students wishing
to pursue interests in literature and its
Helping his classmates widen their vocabularies,
Bob Palmes dictates the next week's lesson.
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The English Department: Mrs. Janie Pearce, Mrs. Pat Ridenhour, Mrs. Brenda Jolly, Mrs.
Mabel Chilton, Mrs. Willie Brown, Mrs. Leslie Pritchard, and Miss Peggy Warlick.
In a heated discussion on the pros and cons of mercy killing, Performing an entertaining spoof on "Beowulf' for Mrs. Jolly's English IV, Bill
sophomore English students freely express their opinions. Owen. J.J. Griffith, and Chuck Dearman appear in a "CBS News Special."
, Confused by the trauma of a split personality, Laine Shaner consults
" "psychiatrist" Mark Fleckenstein in a Contemporary Literature skit.
After delivering her novel presentation, Robin Bolick
attempts to answer an amusing question put forth by
one of her classmates.
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Students Anticipate French Tour
This year French students often found
themselves getting caught up in Mr.
Pharr's enthusiasm for the French
language and culture. New students
faithfully drilled assigned dialogues with
the promise of a gradual French fluency,
while veteran students gained futher
insights into the culture and literature.
For their nine weeks' project, some
students prepared French cuisine for their
class. Plans were made for interested
students to take a trip to France this
Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Johnson headed
Spanish studies this year. In addition to
conversation and grammar, Spanish
students learned songs and dances related
to Spanish culture. Once again the
Spanish classes constructed pinatas
during the Christmas season. Students
found this an enjoyable aspect ofthe
course. A select group of students
attended the Foreign Language Festival
and did their interpretation of a Mexican
Latin ll students continued their studies
under the direction of Mrs. Emma Davis
She emphasized the importance of Latin
as the basis for the majority of other
languages. Students discovered that the
Roman people and their language had a
profound influence on our Western
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The Foreign Language Department: Mrs. Marta Johnson, Mrs. Pat
Stewart, Mr. Glenn Pharr, and Mrs. Emma Davis.
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During a study on Roman culture, Cathy
Davidson illustrates the musical instruments of
Anticipating the treats within, Chet Boggs blindly aims for the pinata
during a Spanish fiesta.
In order to obtain ideas for future French proj-
ects, French I students look at endeavors from
Getting away from the everyday boredom of
the classroom mood with a Spanish ballad.
a textbook, Bob Dooley and Tim Leaptrott lighten
explanation from Ann Chuber.
While decorating a Latin bulletin board, Angie Kirby and Beth
Lamberth catch up on weekend gossip.
Confused by the translation of a French dialogue, Ken Roberts receives an 1
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Rushing to finish her nine-weeks' project, Judy Hunta
er displays her drawings of Greek sculptures.
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An Eventful Year Enlivens History
The various social studies courses offered
at SHS once again involved almost every
student. The Eastern and Western
Cultures classes traced the progress of
civilization from its beginnings in ancient
Rome and Greece to the present.
Covering all phases of world history, Mrs.
Norma Dearman prompted discussions of
current events such as rising oil prices,
the Mid-East, and South-East Asian
Contemporary American History helped
students understand their own hertiage,
placing special emphasis on the origin
and functions ofthe government. Mrs.
Helen Wall encouraged her students to
become more aware of current-day
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problems such as crime, inflation, and
political and religious conflicts around
the world. "SL" Jesse Jackson conducted
a detailed study of our history as
Americans, augmenting his f'lectures"
with numerous filmstrips.
Black History traced the presentxiay
Black's culture to its ancient African
origin. Sociology dealt with the study of
people and their behavior. Mr. Derr
launched an in depth study of social
security and welfare in his economics
classes. The youthful attitudes expressed
by Mrs. Brown in her Social Living
classes prompted seniors to become better
The History Department: Mrs. Norma Dearman, Mr. Jesse Jackson. Mr. Wilmer Derr, and
Mrs. Helen Wall.
In preparation for a history discussion, Steve Murdock, Kim Bum-
QE, e"en"- X garner, and Tim Leaptrot exchange their different views on capital-
Sharing a replica ofa Roman coin with her history class, Robin Tevepaugh jokes with Laura Stanley
about the expression on the coin's face.
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Greenhouse Aids Biologists
gfWhat is life?" That was the major
question as the Biology l students
undertook the study of living things. The
major projects were leaf and insect
collections, as well as the intriguing
dissections of frogs and earthworms.
Topics such as cell division, the DNA
molecule, and photosynthesis continued
to puzzle sophomores.
The Biology-II students studied
microbiology and did several labs with
bacteria and protozoa. During these labs
came the fun of trying to make intricate
drawings of cellular structure.
Chemistry, under Miss Mary Jane Seagle,
consistently challenged many juniors and
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seniors. Equivalent tables, formulas, and
experiments with fragile lab equipment
plagued students throughout the year.
The Physical Science classes studied the
basic fundamentals of energy, matter, and
electricity. Research work and class
demonstrations gave students a chance to
learn about car motors, electric light
circuits, and gravitation.
A previously male-oriented course, this
year's physics class found more girls
enrolled than ever before. Students
worked painstakingly to complete
numerous projects dealing with the
properties of matter and motion.
Pinning their frog to the wax base, lab partners
Keith Walker and John Allison prepare to per-
The Science Department: Mr. Jerry Bustle, Miss Mary Jane Grose, Mr. Lloyd Dixon, and Miss Mary
As Mr. Dixon explains the focusing of the microscope, sophomores Barbara Fortner, Cynthia Bellamy
and Julia Cashion prepare to study an algae specimen.
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Dale Waugh study the growth of woodland plants.
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Calculators Flood Trig Classes
As Mr. Goode patiently repeated the
explanations of proofs, the vast majority as Mr. Davidson pulled out his familiar
of geometry students struggled for some
semblance of understanding. Inequalities,
formulas, and protractors once again
baffled second year math students.
Third year students found Algebra Il to
be more difficult than Mr. Davidson had Students were drilled daily in concepts
previously claimed. Employing the
techniques of new math in Word
problems, students mastered such
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arithmetic series. Moans were heard daily ffgi,
'tassignment book" at the close of class.
Senior enrollment in Advance Algebra-
Trigonometry was heavy again this year.
Mr. Snow's lively classes not only kept
students awake but also attentive.
such as the complex delta process. Even
the most adept students quaked at the
mere thought of Mr. Snow's "cheeky-
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Utilizing the fundamental concepts of geometry. Darrell Watts works on a proof of a paral- puter, Kay Wells and Billy Morrison await the
lel08fam- feedback on a challenging problem.
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The Math Department: Mr. John Davidson, Mr. John Goode, Mrs. Deborah Ellis, and Mr. Mel Snow.
When weather is too bad to run, Ellen Aman and Janice Daniels resort to a game
Entering the homestretch of the exausting four
lap mile, Margaret Deaton sprints to the finish
After sitting in chairs for hours on end,
P.E. was a welcome relief for cramped
bodies. Any sophomore who has run the
mile would tell you that there was nothing
better than jogging to get that tired blood
circulating. When weather permitted,
Coach MAb" and Mrs. Gallilter moved
their classes to Hound Hollow for
running. The girls found that one of the
fringe benefits was that those few extra
pounds slowly started to disappear.
In additon to keeping the body in good
shape, P.E. also taught boys and girls
good sportsmanship and standard rules
for such sports as basketball, softball,
tennis, ping-pong, and wrestling. Another
offering of P.E. was weight lifting. Boys
program but this year the girls were also
given a chance to participate Some
students enjoyed P E so much that they
enrolled in Advanced P.E. thelrjunior
and senior years.
had always enjoyed this part of the
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The Physical Education Department: Mrs. Marion Galliher and Coach
D.0.0. Becomes "Fashionable Frooks, Inc."
Through the business department,
students acquired the essential skills
needed to prepare them for secretarial
and office work. For students planning to
enter a secretarial field, skills in typing,
shorthand, and letter compositon were
mastered in order to insure vocational
Under the direction of Mrs. Martha
Kepley, students practiced their typing
ln addition to typing, Mr. David Moose
taught business math and Bookkeeping l,
helping students acquire a working
knowledge of skills through the
organization of figures and maintenance
Launching an imaginative course of study
in her D.0.0. class, Mrs. Vera Webster
formed a cooperation called "Fashionable
Frocksf' This gave her students a chance
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and accuracy as they completed one hour
work sessions each day.
work atmosphere. The business program
was recognized as one of SHS's finest.
The Business Department: Mrs. Martha Kepley, Mrs. Vera Webster, and Mr. David Moose.
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ln order to complete her assignment in the final
moments of class, Gayle Howard hurridly
transcribes a letter from the dictaphone.
While working in the atmosphere of a business office, D.0.0. student Cynthia Barringer takes down
notes in shorthand.
Making corrections with the help of the adding machine, senior Pam
Haithcox recalculates a complex problem.
After setting up the proper margins and tab stops, David Payne
procedes to type an exercise in tabulations.
As she concentrates on a difficult problem in accounting, Kay Moore strives to master the keys on the
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Class Stresses Sales Psychology
The two work release programs offered at
SHS this year were D.E. and l,C.T. These
programs gave the students a head start
on their future careers in the business
The D.E. instructer, Mr. Sam Kennington
taught students the proper way to conduct
themselves at ajob interview, the use of
psychology in the selling of items, and
how to use advertisment in promoting
better business. The course carried two
credits, one for classroom study and the
other for actual experience,
The l.C.T. program involved students in
the productional end of business. The
course was taught by Mr. Bill Cook and
Mr. Herb Sampsel. Students received
suggestions on insurance forms and home
ownership, as well as the investigation of
laws applying to industry. Students
involved went to school in the morning to
study the proper number of required
courses while their afternoons were left
open to pursue their respective jobs.
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Preparing herself for the age of computers, Judy Overcash practices on a combination typewriter
and adding machine.
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Carefully transferring chairs from the ware-
house, Billy Haithcox carries them to a loading
The D.E. and I.C.T. Department: Mr. Samuel Kennington. Mr. William Cook, and Mr.
City Projects Involve Masons
While performing school and community
services, bricklayers and carpenters
acquired invaluable working experience
in their trades. Young woodworkers once
again made necessary repairs on the
football concession stand. These
industrious apprentices also constructed
speaker stands for SHS classrooms. The
major 1974-1975 undertaking ofthe
department was the completion of doors
for the baseball stadium. Carpenters
ingeniously enclosed an area for the auto
mechanics students to use until their
As the completion of Mr. Poplin's new game
room nears, Mr. Brake directs Bricklaying II
students in the construction ofthe chimney.
vocational building was completed.
Numerous trips to city construction sites
enabled bricklayers to sharpen skills
through actual work. Talented masons
lent time and muscle to the construction
of a catch basin at Oakwood Junior High.
Exploring specialized areas such as brick
veneer work, students constantly
expanded their knowledge of the
vocation. Daily shop-work centered on
necessary chores such as learning to brick
fire places and chimneys.
Bricklaying and Construction Department:
Mr. Frank Brake and Mr. Harvey
Refinishing a parlor table as their joint construction project, James Dalton and Gus Parsons sand
the surface before applying varnish.
Home Projects Stimulate Creativity
Mrs. Ruth Brooks and Miss Shirley
Henkle led home economics students on
field trips to food stores, furniture outlets,
and garment factories. A trip to Bonanza
proved to be enjoyable as well as
educational. There the students learned
how food was prepared in large
quantities. After a tour they enjoyed
lunch as an extra bonus.
Students in home economics classes also
learned about the successful management
of the home. Mimeographed sheets were
handed out regularly with instructions on
the simplest, most thorough way to do
household tasks. Many students
sharpened their abilities to co-ordinate
colors when Miss Henkle distributed
pictures of rooms to be colored.
Sewing proved to be a tedious task when
students constructed their first garments.
The fitting and cutting of patterns and
sewing of exact seams and hemlines were
skills to be mastered. For students
wishing to pursue their studies in specific
areas, advanced courses were offered.
A field trip to Bonanza by Home EC students, leads to a better understanding on proper preparation of
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Working for the right consistency in her vanilla icing, senior Alexis Pickens
employs cooking techniques introduced in Home EC. foods.
Working on a complex blueprint in Mechanical Drawing, Cindy Overman consults Mr. Crawford or
the placement of linework.
After sitting through the seemingly
endless thirty-six hours of class time,
Driver's Education students anticipated
the excitement of driving for the first
Mr. Charlie Heye headed the Driver's
Education course again this year. "Hey,
you're supposed to go around the corner
- not over it!" That first day on the road
was quite an experience, but worth every
minute of it when the proud sixteen year
olds finally got their liscenses.
Mr. Howard Crawford instructed the
Mechanical Drawing students in an
informal atmosphere. This course
required patience and a steady hand as
students learned to perfect blue prints.
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Before taking off for their daily driving excursion, Mr. Heye shows D.E.
Students Debbie Hunt, Ronnie Williams, and Ricky White the proper way to
check the oil level.
The Driver's Ed and Technical Drawing Department: Mr, Charlie
Heye, and Mr. Howard Crawford.
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Music Theory Course lnducted Into SHS Curriculum
ln the art department this year, SHS was
once again fortunate to have the talents of
Mrs. Cynthia Sequino. ln an informal
class atmosphere, she gave students an
opportunity to express themselves through
sculpture, painting, and collages. The
class also donated time and talent to make
posters and signs publicizing school
Music theory replaced last yearis music
appreciation course with Mr. Ken Rudd,
band director, as instructor. Through this
study students became acquainted with
the basics and mechanics of performing
music. Students drilled in timing and
precision in order to emerge from the
course as more accomplished musicians.
Noticing a white spot on the canvas, Mrs. Sequino suggests to Pam Keever that more paint be applied.
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Concentrating on the completion of her card-
board-string design, Rachel Grubb puts the
finishing touches on her project.
Individual study and comprehension are the guidelines by which John Stroud
and Chuck Dearman learn the techniques involved in music.
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Librarians Aid Student Researchers
Reference materials, audio-visual aids, student needs throughout the year.
and an ever-expanding collection of
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school year, but library assistants were as
agam made the hbmry a haven for text- active as ever. Having generously donated
book-weary pupils. Although magazine
orders were cut back this year, students
study time to carry out duties that the
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were SU 0 ere a W1 6 Variety 0 rewarded with Mrs. Cole's annual
publications. Mrs. Storie, Mrs. Cole and
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Mrs. Jenkins gave unfadlng attention to
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Library Assistants: Front Row - L. West, M. Witherington, T. Ridenhour, D. McHargue, L.F.
Ramsey, R. Sparks, T. Hillard. Back Row - P. Cornelius, G. Williams, M. Ramsey, P.
Hamilton, H. Poplin, J. Williams, T. Daniels, S. York, and S. Goodman.
The Librarians: Mrs. Polly Jenkins, Mrs. Esther Cole, and Mrs. Elizabeth Storie.
Refreshing her memory on term paper footnotes Pat
Hamilton confronts Mrs. Cole with an unusual sltua
Under the supervision of Mrs. Deeny
Sampsel, the cafeteria staff strove to offer
varied and nourishing lunches. The
friendly cooks worked to promote
effecient and cheerful atmosphere in
which students could eat and catch up on
gossip or schoolwork. ln spite of inflated
costs, they were still able to serve
students' favorites: spaghetti, chili beans,
and tater tots.
Always willing to lend their services to
students and faculty alike, the janitorial
staff undertook the awesome task of
keeping SHS buildings and grounds in
shape. With the help of clubs which
handled assigned areas, janitors and
maids cleaned halls, restrooms, and
classrooms. They were also responsible
for trimming hedges and other yard work.
Their invaluable services were greatly
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apprccldted by SHSCIGS' Stevenson, and Mrs. Pat Josie.
Maintenance Staff: Mr. Harvey Chamber, and Mr. Jesse
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Times arise when we
Must put away frivolous activities
And perform with some sort of purpose
By directing our talents
And time toward
Those who need us.
We in tum achieve
Happiness within our group
And within ourselves.
lt is of supreme importance
That each of us gives of
Ourselves in a unified effort.
For "United We Stand, Divided We Fall"
In our endeavors.
S.A. Hosts Dinner For Governor Holshouser
Serving as the student voice of Senior Greyhound fans. In the fall SA purchased sponsored their second dance at the
High, elected representatives from each njnke box re provide entertainment in the semester break.
class composed this year's active student Student lgunge, Adgpting Several needy Student Asgcmbly also played an
assembly. ln October the club sponsored families at Thanksgiving, the club imponam gole in major decisions made Z
an MEM Day, and Sem out Student Supplied them with turkeys and holiday SHS Well organized committees such as
Surveys to gain Suggestions as to how they trimmings' At the prodding of president Human Relations aided in plans for the
Could better Serve SHS. With funds David Fox and the Projects Committee, January annexations The Policy
derived from the annual Candy Sale and H the SHS Student body contributed greatly Committee dealt with the interpretation
Republican dinner for Governor to the Success of Hlgans for Kidsfi The of school rules and policies The council
Holshouser, the council went to work on traditigfial SA Caravan delivered the Sched SHS Well and was ala invaluable
their numer0l1S SerViCC projects. baskets of food, toys, and clothing to asset to the Student body and the
A schoolwide Homecoming dance was underprwlledged homes 3 TCW mghts administration.
before Christmas. After a week of
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held October 18 for Jubl dm exhausting exams in January, the club
Student Assembly: Front row - Mrs. L. Walker, advisor, D. Fox, presidentg E. Boyd, v.-president, l. Lackey, secretary: G. Riera, treasurer: Mr.
W. Derr, advisor. Second row - P. Bruning, J. Brooks, E. Aman, J. Sloan, G. Ogburn, S. Abercrombie, K. Baumgarner, C. Norris, M. Wasson.
Third row W L. Lapish, B. Adams, S. Rosser, N. Curlee, C. Aldrich, A. Sullivan, J. Matthews, M. Long, M. Bristol, L. Phelps, J. Harmon, A.
Davenport. Fourth row 3 K. Kelly, D. Payne, S. Turnipseed, J. Boggs, W. Waugh, E. Carson, D. Harris, P. Huggins, C. Barber, J. Lackey, E. 1
Gaines. Fifth row -G. Johnson, H. Tsumas, B. Ho kirg, L. Harmon, G. Shuford, P. Mattox, K. Sloan. F. Hall, S. Powers, T. Armistead, S. Frye. l
Back row- D. Hodges, D. Watts, J. Archibald, S. Gillespie, B. Walker, M. Haddix, J. King, J. Daniels, and J. Satterfield.
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Ways and Means Committee: M. Long, I. Lackey, E. Gaines, G. Riera. S. Powers, S. Turnipseed, and S. Cavendish.
Human Relations Committee: D. Harris, G. Riera, N. Curlee, S. Gillespie, S.
Abercrombie, R. Stevenson, S. Turnipseed, and K. Sloan.
Following a delicious meal served by SA members. Darrell
Watts exchanges greetings with Governor Holshouser.
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Discussing student appointments to the Southern Accredita-
tiOI1 C0mmiIICCS. Mr. DCIT shows a sample evaluation Entertaining the crowd at the S.A. semester break dance, Red Foxx churns out hits
booklet to Human Relations president Robin Stevenson. from his "Stereo Machine."
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Student Assembly members Ira Lackey, Elizabeth Gaines, Tom Templeton, and Steve Frye
distribute the goods received in the annual Kans for Kids campaign.
Student Assembly members Gus Riera and
Nancy Curlee gather donated goods for the
Council Plans Beauty Pageant
Projects Committee: J. Harmon, M. Wasson, S. Rosser, A. Sullivan, S. Frye, B. Walker,.M. Lewis, and
Club Council members Jack King, Laura Phelps, Norman
Black, and Elizabeth Boyd begin to inspect one of the many
club clean-up areas.
Meeting each Thursday morning in the
upstairs A.V. room, club presidents
coordinated ideas for projects to improve
SHS S.A. vice-president Elizabeth Boyd
and advisor Mr. Cecil Stroud headed this
Overseeing the 1974 candy sale was the
first major undertaking. "Victoryls in
Store for '74" was chosen as the theme
for this year's Homecoming parade. Club
Council also chose the MWizard of Oz" as
the Queen of Clubs theme and organized
entertainment and decorations for the
pageant. Due to constitutional change, the
council was asked to screen down the
second Who's Who ballot from the
customary fifty to thirty-five names.
At the end ofthe term each president cast
his vote for the treasured 'lClub of the
Year Award" to be presented at Senior
Club Council: Front row: E. Boyd, presidentg J. King, vice-president, L. Phelps, secre-
tary. Second row: C. Barber, D. Harris, D. Fox, J. Harmon. Third row: B. Leaptrott, J.
Williams, A. Davenport, B. Polk, N. Black. Fourth row: W. Carson K. Gilleland, G.
Kilby, A. Kirby. Back row: M. Fleckenstein, B. Cherry, T. Armistead, and E. Gaines.
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Inflation Hits Yearbook's Price
Despite 21 lighter budget and Smallcf Staff. staffs, and each staff was responsible for
the members ofthe QQ Workcd meeting five deadlines during the year.
diligently to produce an interesting as Due to me many extra hours needed to
well as accurate annual. ln order to pfgduce me had Staff members often
update the yearbook, eo-editors Joan Wgrkgd on weekends,
Harmon and Barbara Polk attended a
journalism workshop in Winston-Salem
during the summer. As a result, they were
able to apply new ideas throughout this
Serving as advisor, Mrs. Leslie Pritchard
always had a solution for problems the
staff members encountered. She also
instructed Journalism I students in the
necessary fundamentals of good
Students were divided into individual journalism in the Spring,
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The Trail Picture Staff: Noreen Kane, Gayle Shuford. Charlene Aldrich, Cathy Campbell, and Robin
Stevenson - staff editor.
The Trail Layout Staff: Gerhea Williams - staff editor, Kim Kelly, Sandy
Cavendish, and .lane Williams,
The photographers: Jon Tomlin, Robert Campbell and
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The Trail Business Staff: Robin Nicholson, Miss Mary Jane Seagle, and Cynthia Barber.
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The Trail Copy Staff: Barbie Dame - Sports editor, Melanie Walsh, Nancy
Curlee - staff editor, and Lisa Gilliam.
The Trail Editors and Advisor: Angela Davenpon, Joan Harmon,
Barbara Polk, Mrs. Leslie Pritchard.
Journalism I students: Front Row - P. Huggins. L. Nicholson. S. Rosserg Second Row -
D. Hunt. C. Alexander. P. Bruning. J. Brooks: Third Row - D. Grant. M. Raymer. and W.
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The News Stuff: D. Henderson. K. Mitcham. J. Harmon. K. Wells, und M. Sher-
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The Editors and Advisors: D. Fox. Mrs. Jolly. Miss
Warlick, and K. Gilleland.
The Business Staff: K. Fox. T. Poole. Mrs. M. Kepley, advisor:
and L. Brantley.
Under the supervision of Miss Peggy
Warlick, a talented and efficient staff
produced eight issues of The Blue and
Gray. ln spite of soaring production
costs, the paper was again financed by ads
and provided to students free of charge.
Investigative reporting by staff members
insured accurate coverage of all school
activities. The paper kept the student
body posted on upcoming events such as
dances, testing dates, and games. Another
duty ofthe publication was the
announcement of election results,
including Mr. and Miss SHS, and Girl
and Boy ofthe Month.
Whether setting up pictures, reporting,
planning pages, measuring headlines, or
writing cutlines, each staff member
assumed the responsibility of his position.
David Fox and Kay Gilleland took care
of editing chores, while Laura Plelps
handled the associate-editor's post.
Some students not enrolled in the
journalism class contributed humorous
columns and articles, as well as original
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CSPA EIVSY Place 69, 72, 73 .4 Scholastic Press Award RunnerfUp
SIPA FIFSl Place 69, 71, 72, 73 S'a'esviue School Molnhly Newspaper 7l, FIVSY Place 72
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The Associate Editor and Photographer: L.
Phelps and J. McJunkin.
The Feature and Sports Staffs: A. Chuber, G. Gilliam, T. Leaptrott, and J.J. Griffith.
Business Staff: Front Row: J. Peabody, D. Grant, P. Mattox. Back Row: K.
Baumgarner, S. Murdock, and M. Brittan.
Copy Staff: Front Row: M. Deaton, G. Howard, S. Blevins. Back
Row: C. Campbell, and R. Shepherd.
Editorial Board: Front Row: I. Lackey, M. Fleckinstein, D. Barnelte, A.
Kiser. Back Row: L. Mundhenke, J. Rowe, L. Gillam, and D. Harris.
Editors: Front Row: L. Mundhenke, M. Fleckenstein. Back Row: C.
Campbell, I. Lackey, and W. Carson.
Art Staff: Front Row: W. Carson, J. Eller, J. Matthews, C. Barber. Second Row: S. Mullis, D. Tur-
nipseed, K. Wells, P. Huggins. Back Row: N. Sisk, J. Justice, M. Ramsey, L. Howard. and N.
General Staff: Front Row: Y. Goldbaugh, C. Campbell, K. Epps, G. Rosby, C. Cowan, L. Nicholson.
Second Row: P. Hamilton, B. Leaptrott, K. Robertson, B. Goode, E. Harrington. Back Row: C.
Kivett, L. Shaner, S. Lazenby, S. York, M. Witherington, and R. Smith.
Eidolons reappeared after last year's
debut as the SHS literary magazine.
Published in an effort to expand
literary interest at SHS, the magazine
was composed of origin al art, poetry,
and fiction submitted by interested
students. An editorial board composed
of six members read and reviewed the
best for publication. The School Board
aided in funding, and this along with
business ads sold by staff members, and
the slight fee charged to students,
covered the costs of publishing.
Advisor Mrs. Pat Ridenhour worked
unrelentlessly with the various staffs to
insure a magazine versatile in its appeal
to the student body. The creative
writing classes provided a large-portion
of the works published. Eidolons
provided an outlet for creative students.
Eidolons Staff: Front Row: M. Fleckenstein, editorg L. Mundhenke, associate editor, I. Lackey, junior editor,
W. Carson, art editor, Mrs. P. Ridenhour, advisor. Second Row: G. Howard, I. Rowe, C. Barber, K. Epps, L.
Robinson, C. Campbell, A. Kiser, S. York, D. Turnipseed, M. Ramsey. Third Row: M. Brittain, P. Mattox, B.
Goode, R. Smith, S. Blevins, K. Baumgarner, N. Holloway, L. Howard. Fourth Row: D. Grant, P. Hamilton, P.
Huggins, D. Harris, G. Riera, and S. Murdock. Fifth Row: M. Long, C. Kivett, M. Whitherington, L. Gilliam, S.
Mullis, N. Sisk, B. Leaptrott, J. Justice, M. Deaton, Y. Goldbaugh. Back Row: D. Tucker, K. Robertson, J.
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Earnhardt, K. Wells, K. Mitchum, R. Shepherd, C. Cowan, G. Rosby, L. Nicholson, E. Harrington, and L.
Grenadiers Thrill Spectators in Southern Festivals
Band director Ken Rudd assembled the
entire band two weeks before classes
resumed last summer to familiarize them
with marching techniques. The
Grenadiers spent long hot hours in the
sun to prepare for upcoming competition.
Not only did they spend extra hours
rehearsing, but devoted numerous school
nights to selling light bulbs and popcorn
to help pay expenses during the year.
The Grenadiers were warmly welcomed
wherever they went. Before each home
football game, school spirit was sparked
through the band's tunnel. Due to lack of
funds and distant band festivals, travel to
away games was impossible.
Some of the enthusiastic band members
put their talents to further use by forming
smaller groups. A jazz band entertained
parents during Open House, andthe pep
band promoted spirit during
Competition was a key word throughout
the year, whether it be during marching
or conceit season. Leaving early in the
I . , , ,,l 1 X morning and returning very late at night
by the playing of Loyal cmd True as tht became a way of life for the band as they
Greyhounds and cheerleaders raced
competed almost every week-end during
September and October. Late in
September, the Grenadiers visited the
Mid-South Marching Band Festival in
Alabama. The band, as well as drum-
major Tim Ferron, received superior
ratings for their performance. They were
also awarded superior in Camden, South
Carolina, as well as first place in Cary,
The pride of Statesville, the Grenadiers
participated in political rallies and
concerts, as well as the Christmas,
Homecoming, and Dogwood parades.
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The Grenadier Band: P. Adams, S. Adams, L. Adler, T. Alexander, M. Angel, M. Anthony, A. Armstrong, C. Bagwell, B. Baker, C. Barber, J.
Barnard, W. Barnard, K. Barrett, B. Bass, K. Baumgarner, R. Bennett, S. Blevins, R. Boggs, R, Bolick, E. Boyd, T. Breneman, L. Burrow, M.
Cable, R. Campbell, E. Carson, M. Cline, C. Cox, R, Crawford, C. Davidson, L. Davidson. J. Davidson, C. Davis, G, Davis, C. Dearman, G.
Dobbins, C. Dodd. H. Early, K. Englebert, L. Faust, A. Feimster. P. Ferguson, T. Ferron, B. Foster, R. Gill, T. Gill, R. Gray, L. Green, C.
Gwaltney, D. Harris, D. Harris, K. Harris, R. Hill, D. Houston, G. Howard, T. Jenkins, J. Justice, A. Kirby, l. Lackey, B, Lamberth. M. Laven-
der, P. Lee, L. Little, K. Loudermilt, J. Loyd, P. Mattox, P. McCurdy, L. McIntyre, K. Messick, K. Messick, D. Middleton, S. Miller, P. Mills, P.
Montgomery, R. Morgan, S. Mullis, S. Murdock, D. Paschal, B. Polk, S. Powers, S, Posner, R. Pritchard, T. Robinson, G. Rosby, E. Ross, J.
Rowe, G. Rucker, M. Sampsel. N. Sisk, J. Sloan. J. Sloan, K. Sloan, C, Sparks. L. Stanley. J. Stroud. S. Stroud, B, Thompson, D. Turnipseed, K.
Walker, D. Wardo, B. Warner, E. Waugh, T. Waugh, D. White, L. White, R. White, and S. White
Surprised by the rcfercek cull ut SHSR
Homecoming game. Tim Ferron obxerves the
tied score with disbelief.
Performing at the annual community Christmas concert. Mr. Ken Rudd joins the
stage band for their rendition of "New Generation."
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With the helpful suggestions of Bill Gwaltney and Tom Alexander.
Gilbert Rucker tries outa new been on the drums.
Performing with grace and agility, Scottish
The Majorettes: Front row i J, Sloan, B. Polk, head1 A, Armstrong. Second row -- D. Houston, DHHCCF, Allilfi FCimSfCf Cmeffaifw the SPCC-
L. Faust, and J. Sloan. tators during a half-time performance.
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Determined to spark excitement in SHS students during Spirit Week, members of the pep band Working to make the fruit cake sale a suc-
strike up a stirring fight song. cess, Mark Sampsel distributes boxes among
the band members.
Halftime Shows Climax with "Scotland the Brave"
The Bagpipers: Front row - P. Mattox, E. Boyd, co-headg L. Davidson, co-head, B. Foster. Second
row - P. Adams, S. Powers, M. Cable, G. Rosby, G. Howard, and L. Little.
Sleepy Grenadiers board the bus for their 5:30 A.M. departure to the Mid-South
Marching Festival in Gadsden, Alabama.
The Grenadier majorettes were a source
of pride for SHS again this year.
Assuming the responsibilities of head
majorette, senior Barbara Polk tackled
the awesome task of training five new
twirlers in time for football season.
Performing routines to feature numbers
such as "Rockin' 5035" and f'Lover," the
unit earned an excellent rating in
Alabama competition. Shunning sequins
and flaming batons, the majorettes always
displayed the class and dignity
characteristic of the Grenadier band.
Elizabeth Boyd and Lynn Davidson
headed the '74-75 Grenadier bagpipers.
Moving crowds with their rendition of
"Scotland the Brave," bagpipers brought
much attention to the band on tour as
well as at home. This unique and
entertaining unit was highlighted in
halftime shows as the Highland dancer,
Anita Feimster, gracefully perfonned the
traditional Scottish Sword Dance.
Gaining the approval of Mr. Rudd, Bill Gwaltney, Thomas Gill.
and Tommy Robinson master a difficult French horn solo.
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Chorus Entertains At Assemblies
Members of the chorus underwent various
changes in directors this year. However,
this was only a minor setback. Second
semester, band director Ken Rudd
assumed duties' permanently. Due to
inconsistent leadership, the chorus group
improvised with the same robes of years
past, despite the need for new ones. Their
activities included their annual Christmas
concert, a program for the Womenls
An invitation was extended from Six
Flags over Georgia to enter competition
there and plans were made to attend.
Again this year SHS had a number of
students making the Mars Hill Chorus,
which is comprised of students
outstanding in the field of music. Those
receiving the honor were Johnny Onsrud,
Debi Barnette, John Bamard, Terry
Blackwell, Benji Leaptrott, and William
Club, and a spring concert which was Barnard.
open to the community.
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The Chorus: S. Abercrombie, K. Alexander, J. Baker, J. Barnard, W. Barnard, P. Baxter, B. Black-
well, T. Blackwell, R. Campbell, B. Chilton, C. Cowan, G. Davis, K. Englebert, M, Fleckenstein, B.
Foster, K. Gilleland, Y. Goldbaugh, F. Hall, L. Hall, N. Holloway, D. Lambert, D. Lassiter,J. Mc-
Collough, L. Mclntyre, L. Mundhenke, J. Onsrud, J. Pero, S. Powers, G. Rosby, T. Rucker, E. Sharpe,
K. Shawver, C. Snow, D. Turnipseed, and S. York.
In keeping with the holiday mood of the as-
sembly program, the Chorus entertains with
a medley of Christmas caroles.
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In view of an upcoming concert, Chorus members enthusiasticly tackle a selection of new tunes.
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Listening intently to a constructive lecture by Mr. Ken Rudd, MMM members learn effective orga-
Combining entertainment and education
to achieve their purpose, members of
Modern Music Masters strove to gain a
- deeper appreciation and understanding of
music. Members were recommended for
entry in this honorary club on the basis of
musical ability and academic standing.
President David Middleton and advisor
Mr. Ken Rudd led in the planning of the
spring talent show. This MMM sponsored
event gave SHSers an opportunity to
perform and enjoy the talents of other
students. The club also entertained
hospital patients with carols at Christmas.
Through MMM, club members were able
to purchase tickets for concerts in
Winston Salem and Charlotte.
MMM: D. Middleton, presidentg B. Polk, vice-presidentg D. Tur-
nipseed, secretaryg M. Lavender, historian. Second row: E. Boyd, J.
Rowe. Third row: W. Barnard, B. Leaptrott, T. Ferron. Back row: M.
Fleckenstein, K. Englebert, and R. Boggs.
President David Middleton and advisor Mr. Ken Rudd polish last minute
plans for the annual Spring talent show.
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In order to keep students informed of
upcoming school events, the Beta Club
each month updated the bulletin board
calendar located on the English hall. The
major undertaking, however, was College
Night held in October at South lredell.
Area high school students met with
representatives from colleges and
universities around the state. The club
planned Senior Follies for their spring
project. In this entertaining program,
seniors assumed faculty identities.
Jane Williams served a president and
Mrs. Helen Wall rendered services as
advisor when needed. The candy sales
enabled the club to make a generous
contribution to the Salvation Army.
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Preparing to fill in the first 1975 calendar, Mary Ramsey, Kitty
Alexander and Kay Gilleland discuss upcoming events.
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Junior Beta Club: Front row: L. Gilliam, N. Douglas, K. Baumgarner, S. Blevins, G. Riera. Sec-
ond row: C. Aldrich, S. Lazenby, S. Cavendish, L. Lapish, M. Wasson, I. Lackey. Back row: C.
Williams, M. Wyatt, P. Long, S. Overman, G. Ogburn, P. Carrigan, and R. Smith.
Senior Beta Club: Front row: J. Williams, president, J. Harmon, secretary. Sec-
ond row: C. Kivett, M. Sherrill, L. Phelps. Third row: C. Redmond, A. Kiser,
M. Bristol, W. Carson. Fourth row: D. Turnipseed, L. Mundhenke, L.
Kitchings, G. Gilliam. Fifth row: K. Alexander, P, Hamilton, A. Davenport.
Sixth row: M. Ramsey, K. Gilleland, E. Gaines, D. Fox, D. Tucker. Seventh
row: J. Lloyd, J. King, D. Haas. Back row: Mrs. H. Wall, advisor.
Journalists Form Honorary Society
Quill and Scroll advisors Miss Peggy citizenship, academic and journalistic
Warlick, Mrs. Leslie Pritchard, and Mrs. achievement. The fifteen senior
Pat Ridenhour elected to change this club journalists, who were selected from The
from a service organization to an Blue and Gray, Eidolons and The Trail,
received a pin or charm from the
honorary society. The club recognized
students who had displayed outstanding
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Quill and Scroll: Front row: B. Dame, G. Williams, L. Phelps. Second row: D. Fox, J.
Williams, J. Harmon. Third row: Miss P. Warlick, Mrs. P. Ridenhour, Mrs. L. Pritchard
advisors. Fourth row: B. Polk, R. Stevenson, C. Barber. Fifth row: D. Harris, K. Gillelandi
K. Mitcham. Back row: A. Davenport, W. Carson, and L. Mundhenke.
After being cited for her outstanding journalism work
in EIDOLONS, Luanne Mundhenke receives her Quill
and Scroll charm from Miss Warlick,
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The SHS Drama Club, under the
direction of Mrs. Deborah Ellis, got off
to a successful start this year. Members
elected Grace Rosby as president in the
early fall and designated Thursday
afternoons as meeting days.
Developing good acting techniques
through readings and improvisions, the
club presented a courtroom scene from
The Crucible to the English classes as
their first project. Gus Riera directed
the production, while Carole Kivett, Ira
Lackey, and Lynn Robinson served as
the principal players.
Throughout the year members
concentrated primarily on laying a good
foundation on which the club could
build in the future.
Rehearsing a drama
and Crystal Cowan.
as tic scene from The Crucible, Dale Bruce receives a document from Kay Gilleland
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Gilleland. Second row: L. Phelps, I. Lackey, N. Curlee, R. Stikeleather. Third row:
T Rucker, C. Cowan, R. Smith. Back Row: G, Riera, L. Robinson, and G. Shuford,
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Preparing for their upcoming play The Crucible, student
director Gus Riera instructs Lynne Robinson on stage direc-
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Enjoying the new motion picture camera donated by the SHS DECA
Club, this Avery Sherrill student takes his turn behind the viewfinder.
Norman Black: District DECA President. Man
of the Year.
DE CA Wins
DECA, a nationally recognized club, gave
students who worked much of the day the
opportunity to participate in club activities.
The profit from the candy sale helped pay
the expenses for the trip to the district
meeting. DECA members also attended
State and national conventions that enabled
them to enter into competition in such
fields as advertising, public speaking, and
Concemed with the lack of understanding
of SHS's Vocational Department, DECA
gave two tours which explained the
purpose and operation of the department.
The first tour was for a group of fifth
graders from Avery Sherrill School. DECA
gave the final tour for the benefit of their
parents. Near the end of the year club
members hosted their employers with a
DECA Club: Front row: N. Black, presidentg J. Blair, vice-presidentg S. Clarke, secretary-
treasurer. Second row: R. Sturghill, J. Stevens, S. Allison, C. Moose, K. Dalton, B. Turner. Third
row: B. Bennett, M. Smith, D. Lyons, P, Dishman, N. Anders, T. Lyons, N. Yocum, N. Best, B.
Sipes. Fourth row: M. Moe, E. Atwell, J. Reid, C. Roberts, E. Dixon, K. Harmon, T. Watts. Back
row: Mr. S. Kennington, advisorg E. Boan, B. Lundy, S. Feimster, M. Turner, and B. Waugh.
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Mr. Herb Sampsel and Mr. Bill Cook
advised members of Vica l as they
sought to develop leadership abilities
through participation in educational.
vocational. civic. recreational. and
Club members worked with president
Gary Kilby to raise SIOO for an outside
vacumn sweeper. The annual SHS
candy sale and another selling project
covered this donation.
Vica I's special activities included
competitive activities in the Skill
Olympics. In the spring the club's
officers participated in the state
convention in Winston-Salem. The
national convention. held in
Washington. DC.. was aimed for by
the officers later in the year.
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Vica I f Front Row -3 Mr. B. Cook. advisorg G. Kilby. president: J. Harrid, vice-presidentg E.
Sharp. secretary: J. Hudgins. treasurer: T, Loftis. publicity: Mr. H.W. Sampsel. advisor. Second
Row - D. Best. C. Gray, R. White. M. Gatton. J. Inscore. B. Rankin. M. Whittenburg. C.
Bellamy. R. Clark. D. Chambers. Third Row i J. Overcash. V. Bellamy. D. Mailman, W. Turner,
S. Duncan. J. Rucker. D. Turner, A. Hardy. R. Johnson, V. Ramseur. Fourth Row w- K. Holmes.
E. Howell. R. Morrison. E. Chambers. R. Clark. A. Caldwell. W. Brawley. A. Shuford, B. Clark.
V. Duren, R. Moore. Fifth Row -- K. Smith. G. Baker. H. Haithcox. J. Williams. D. Sparks. R.
Pennell. C. Hayes. S. Reaves. K. Hayden. W. Steven. A. Turner. and S. Turner.
Vica I advisor Mr. Bill Cook aids Tina Loftis in choosing a prospec-
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Under the direction of Mr. Frank Brake Christmas. The proceeds from these
and Mr. Harvey Stevenson, Vica ll club projects helped to finance the annual Vica
members enrolled in trade and industrial banquet.
education strove to unite in a common
bond' In May, many ofthe club's members
attended theAnnual Leadership
Club members took part in SHS's annual Conference at Winston-Salem.
candy sale along with a candle sale at
Vica II Officers, Kevin Rankin and Johnny Viea lI's top candle salesmen, Keith Keaton, Charles Blackwell, and Greg Walker replenish
Myers make plans for the upcoming candy sale. supplies from advisor Mr. Brake.
Vica ll: Front Row W K. Rankin, vice-president: J. Goode, editorg G. Walker, secretary: N. Guest, chaplain, B.
Roseboro, President, D. Moore. Second row 4 S. Duncan, E. Linney. K. Holmes, J. Howell, R. Billings, Mrs. H.
Stevenson. advisor. Third row 1 S. Sparks, K. Loudermilt. Fourth row A- B. Virtue. M. Woods, R. Davidson. D.
Woods, T. Daugherty. S. Kennedy. Fifth row - T. Pharr, K. Redmond. J. Blackwell, H. Morrison, J. Inscore. B.
Black. Sixth row if D. Campbell, K. Henry. D. M umdhenke. A. Bolick, J. Myers, and C. Blackwell.
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Fi-Y Stocks Lounge With Snacks
Over sixty energetic Fi-Y girls actively
participated in projects at SHS and
throughout the community. These
endeavors were financed by money raised
during the autumn candy sale and the
buffet held in February. On September
twentieth, the infamous Stooge Day,
juniors bowed to the commands of their
senior masters for initiation into the club.
Dressed in an array of "dazzling"
costumes, stooges paraded before crowds
at the SHS-Concord football game.
Following the moving candlelight service
held at First Baptist Church to induct new
officers, Tripp Armistead was elected
sweetheart. Later that night at his home,
Fi-Y members enthusiastically serenaded
him and showered him with kisses.
Mrs. Ridenhour and Mrs. Chilton gave
generous guidance and support to
president Elizabeth Gaines. Together they
co-ordinated worthwhile service projects
that would involve all members. Fi-Y
girls planted tulips around SHS in the
fall, stocked the teacher's lounge with
homemade desserts twice a month, and
shared the Holiday Toumament clean-up
duties with Key Club. They also shared
first place honors with Key Club for their
Homecoming float and the expenses lor a
dance in early 1975.
Community projects included preparing a
dinner for a needy family at
Thanksgiving, making Christmas
decorations for the rooms at Hill Haven
Resthome, aiding the March of Dimes in
their January street sales, and adopting
and elderly friend to take care of in
Statesville. Church visitation promoted
good relations with the community while
acquainting the girls with other
SHS consistently recognized Fi-Y as one
of its busiest and most distinquished
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Yoga teacher, Mrs, Sue McDade, demonstrates to Fi-Y members how proper breathing helps
relax the mind.
Letting out a loud yell for the Hounds,
Yvonne Goldbaugh shows that her spirit per-
sists despite her extraordinary outfit.
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tients at Hill Haven Rest Home by making holiday
decorations for their doors.
During the first assembly program, President Elizabeth Gaines
recognizes Lauren Adler as this year's honorary sophomore. In order to enhance the appearance of the SHS campus, juniors Kim Kelly and
,, , llsp Nan Douglas plant tulip bulbs near the English building.
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Front Row - Mrs. P. Ridenhour, advisor, T. Armistead, sweetheart, E. Gaines, president, S. York, v-president, L. Adler, secretary,
L. Mundhenke, chaplain, Mrs. M. Chilton, Advisor. Second row - S. Blevins, J. Harmon, D. Turnipseed, A. Chuber, M. Walsh, P.
Cornelius. Third row - Y. Goldbaugh, C. Gilliam, P. Hamilton, C. Campbell, K. Epps, M. Bristol, N. Yocum, L. Goodwin, M.
Ramsey. Fourth row i W. Carson, M. Witherington, K. Kelly, R. Stikeleather, C, Barber, B. Chilton, S. Lazenby, L. Faust, B.
Dame, L. Lapish. Fifth row -- R. Tevepaugh, B. Parks, B. Foster, D. Harris, K. Gilleland, R. Campbell, J. Sloan, T. Harmon, L.
Phelps, T. Poole, G. Williams. Sixth row - P. Huggins, K. Alexander, L Stanley, G. Ogburn, S. Honeycutt, B. Polk. Seventh row -
K. Wells, S. Robbins, S. Miller, L. Kitchings, L. Davidson, J. Williams, A. Davenport, M. Sherill, E. Boyd, R. Smith, K. Laminack,
G. Johnson. Eighth row - N, Holloway, S. Smith. M. Brown, D. Young, S. Cavendish, N. Curlee. Back row - C. Kivett, E. John-
son, D. Hodges, J. Sloan, P. Adams, M. Lavender, S. Abercrombie. E. Harrington, C. Aldrich. B. White, N. Douglas, and G.
Key Club Sponsors Bike-A-Thon
As the Diabetes Bike-A-Thon draws near, Jack
King and Mr. Lloyd Dixon route the bikers' rest
One of the most beneficial and
respected clubs at SHS, the Key Club
performed many invaluable services for
SHS and Statesville. President .lack
King and advisor Mr. Lloyd Dixon
ignited enthusiasm in members that
carried through all year. Nancy Curlee
served as sweetheart and compiled the
club's scrapbook. Their funds stemmed
from the local Kiwanis Club and the
candy sale in early fall.
After a tough ad-selling campaign,
student-faculty directories were
distributed free of charge to the student
body. The club also held a successful
Career Day to enable students to gain
information about work that interested
them. Lending time and energy to
community projects, the Key Club
sponsored a Cystic Fibrosis Roadblock
and a Bike-a-Thon for Diabetes in the
A dance with Fi-Y in February and the
Greensboro convention highlighted the
club's social events.
Key Club gained distinction by
constructing a float to share first place
honors with Fi-Y in the Homecoming
Parade. Whether raking leaves,
cleaning erasers or raising the flag, Key
Clubbers always readily accepted
responsibilities passed their way.
Key Club: Front row: N. Curlee, sweetheartg J. King, president, J.J. Griffith, vice-president, G. Riera, secretary, I. Lackey,
treasurer, R. Boggs, chaplain, Mr. L. Dixon, advisor. Second row: B. Adams, R. Gray, C. Raiford, B. Bass, E. Carson, M.
Brown. Third row: M. Fleckenstein, L. Whitesides, T. Armistead, J. Norris, W. Waugh, B. Goode, S. Murdock. Fourth row:
D. Fox, S. Frye, B. Owen, G. Kilby, M. Wyatt. Fifth row: D. Middleton, G. Dobbins, T. Templeton, R. Johnston, S. Overman,
P. Long. Back row: E. Cook, B. Cherry, P. Raiford, J. Archibald, D. Payne, and B. Morrison.
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Distributing the newly arrived Key Club student-faculty directories, Ethan
Carson and Phil Raiford count out the number allotted to Mr. Snow's
Finalizing plans for the Bloodmobile project, Key Club officers Ira
Lackey, J.J. Griffith, and Jack King confer with a district health repre-
After many hours of hard work, Jack King proudly displays Key Club's prize winning Greyhound in the Homecoming parade.
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After viewing colorful slides of France, Mr.
Pharr and Air France representative Ron
French Club Tours Biltmore House
Through Le Cercle Francais interested
French students were given a chance to
increase their knowledge of the French
people and their language. Under the
leadership of president Wendy Carson
Some of the club's activities included
dining at Chez Jean's in Charlotte,
touring the Biltmore house, and holding
their annual banquet in May. Cleaning
the football field and their assigned
and Mr. Pharr, they encouraged members school areas were a few of their service
to converse in French at the meetings, projects for the beautification of the
although they were not penalized if they school. Le Cercle Francais played an
favored their native tongue. active role throughout the school year.
During a brief meeting after school, French Club officers Linda Kitchings and Kay Gilleland discuss
several possibilities for a French club program with Mr. Pharr.
Lees go over special group rates available for
the trip to France.
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French Club: Front row: Mr. Pharr, advisorg W. Carson, pres., L. Kitchings, K. Gilleland, A. Kiser, D. Turnipseed, L. Davidson, C.
Campbell, secretaryg J. Brooks, M. Walsh, A. Chuber. Second Row: S. I-loneycutt, G. Shafer, M. Brown, P. Brunning, C. Alexx-
ander, J. Grilfith, E. Ross, G. Williams, J. Sloan, M. Wasson. Third Row: M. Ramsey, S. Stillman, C. Gilliam, L. Phelps, N.
Curlee, D. Young, D. Fetzer, J. Rowe, G. Howard. Fourth Row: A. Archibald, L. Mundhenke, E. Boyd, L. Stanley, P. Adams, S.
Lazenby, M. Reeeman, J. Justice, K. Alexander, A. Davenport. Fifth Row: K. Alexxander, J. Williams, B. Morrison, D. Paschal, G.
Dobbins, J. Pero, S. Adams, D. Fox, K. Robertson. Sixth Row: J. Harmon, D. Hodges, T. Breneman, D. Rowe, D. Haas, D. Tucker,
R. Boggs, T. Ferron, T. Leaptrott.
During the annual Spanish banquet, Louise
Martin, Pressley Long, and Nan Douglas enter-
tain with their version of a Mexican hat dance.
Club Aids Tornado Victims
For the first time this year, Spanish l
students were allowed to join the club.
Also, the name was changed from the
Spanish Club to Circulo del Espanol.
was guest speaker at one of Circulo del
Espanolis meetings. She showed slides
and led an interesting discussion about a
possible trip to Spain over Easter.
After the tornado disaster in Central
America, the Circulo del Espanol
collected cans of food and sent them to
those needy people.
Special activities this year included a
Valentines dance and the annual Spanish
Christmas banquet. The banquet was held
in the school cafeteria. Club members
danced, sang Christmas songs in Spanish,
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projects for the class.
Spanish Club: Front row: Mrs. M. Johnson, advisor, B. Cherry, pres., P. Hamilton, v. pres.g R. Tevenpaugh, sec.g N. Douglas, treas.g K. Englebert,
sar.-at-arms, Mrs, P. Stewart, advisor. Second row: S. Blevins, M. Witherington, D. Hunt, G. Riera, N. Hollaway, P. Long, C. Myers, B. Mor-
rison, P. Maddox, P. Higgins, E. Carson, J. Willeland. Third row: D. Harris, D. Grant, C. Norman, C. Baker, T. Leaptrott, D. Payne, B. Bass, J.
Sloan, S. Johnson, T. Ridenhour. Fourth row: B. Foster, Ir. Lackey, L. Howard, S. Spratt, P. Montgomery, L. Faust, M. Caldwell, J. Lambert.
Fifth row: K. Missic, M. Wyatt, N. Sisk, B. Dooley, L. Harmon, J. Wells, R. Roberts, R. Houpe, R. Campbell, B. Chilton, S. Murdock, J. Dooley.
Sixth row: P. Campbell, W. Barnard, S. Rosser, W. Waugh, C. Cox, G. Taylor, P. Carrigan. Seventh row: K. Messick, Y. Goldbaugh, R.
Stikeleather, H. Mills, C. Cox, S. Miller, K. Epps. Eighth row: J. Smith, J. Robbins, L. Lloyd, D. Earnhart, L. Brantley, B. Goode, S. Waters, J.
Boggs. Ninth row: S. Wilson, C, Redmond, S. Armor, R. Gray, M. Lavender, G. Ogburn, R. Hellard, T. Smith, L. Little, K. Ayers. Tenth row: C.
Aldrich, J. Lloyd, B. Sherrill, P. Raiford, R. Whiting. Eleventh row: T. Jenkins, S. Cavendish, C. Williams, B. Parks, J. Stroud, B. White, S.
Dearman, L. Messick, P. Cornellis, T, Waugh, K. Teague. Twelfth row: J. Barnard, M. Haddix, J. Jenkins, M. Taylor, E. Cook, K. Harris, and T.
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This year's sophomores came to SHS with
much enthusiasm and many ideas.
Through the Junior Classical League, a
predominately sophomore club, they
made their ideas work. Advisor Mrs.
Emma Davis allowed members to use
class time to plan upcoming events.
President Angie Kirby presided over all
meetings and projects.
To improve the appearance ot' the
football concession stands, JCL added a
long overdue coat of paint. Club members
packed and distributed Thanksgiving
baskets in November for those in lredell
County hospitals. Engaging in a
Christmas party and Roman banquet,
they widened their knowledge of Roman
food and customs.
at a J.V. basketball game, manager Joy Matthews
Front row - A. Kirby, president, L. Adler, v.-president: R. Sparks, secretary, S. Turnipseed, treasur-
erg M. Boyce, sergeant-at-arms. Second row - B. Baker, R. Morgan, P. Lee, C. Davidson, K. Lam-
berth, M. Angel. Third row - P. Davidson, S. Mullis, D. White. L. White, B. Hopkins. Back row -
B, Baker. J. Huneycutt. T. Gill. B. Gwaltney. and C, Davis.
Fascinated by the colorful Greek and Roman
history, JCL member, Lou Ann White exam-
ines several books donated by the club.
AFS Plans Trip To Pennsylvania
Through the American Field Service,
members gained insights into native
customs and governmental systems at
home as well as abroad. Students
joumeyed to Pennsylvania for a student
exchange program. The trip served to
unite our school with an Amish
coummunity in Lancaster. At the end of
March Northern students repaid the visit,
giving them a chance to study life at SHS.
Later during the annual AFS weekend,
foreign exchange students from
surrounding areas gathered in Statesville
for a weekend of fellowship, parties, and
Under Benji Leaptrott's supervision,
many interesting programs were enjoyed.
Vice-president Elizabeth Gaines
discussed and showed slides on the
Camping Tour of the West. Although the
club was not able to sponsor an exchange
student this year, members did get a
chance to learn about Germany through
Mrs. Allen Revier and her son Steve. The
candy sale helped raise needed funds to
support a froeign exchange student in the
Making good use of available materials, AFS President 'Benji Leaptrott and Cheryl Alexander finalize last minute preparations for the up-
Elizabeth Gaines views many films aburt Penn- coming trip to Pennsylvania.
sylvania's illuminating heritage.
AFS: Front row: Mrs. N. Dearman, advisorg B. Leaptrott, presidentg E. Gaines, vice-presidentg G.
Gilliam, secretary. Second row: J. Harmon, S. York, W. Barnard, L. Faust, L. Mundhenke, P.
Bruning, J. Brooks, J. Eller, C. Davidson. Third row: M. Sherrill, T. Breneman, J. Stroud, J. Barnard,
N. Curlee, E. Aman, A. Chuber, M. Long, J. Mathews, C. Alexander, M. Raymer, K. Alexander.
Fourth row: A. Archibald, C. Gilliam, N. Sisk, G. Riera, M. Bristol, D. Fetzer, L. Stanley, K.
Englebert, J. Lloyd, J.J. Griffith, M. Walsh. Back row: J. King, S. Armour, R. White, E. Boyd, B
Goode, J. Dooley, J. Mclunkin, and C. Dearman.
Discussions Open Doors
To Christian Fellowship
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes
promoted Christian fellowship in the
student body and athletic teams. The
meetings were few but meaningful for
those who attended. Sponsoring a
devotional period three mornings a week,
president Tripp Armistead encouraged
students to practice fellowship throughout
Tapes and discussions inspired members
to gain a better understanding of their
fellow man. Before Christmas Mr. Cowles
Bristol showed a film which encouraged
them to become more aware of
Christianity during the holiday season.
The club elected Angie Davenport for
their sweetheart and worked under the
guidance of Coaches C.A. Frye and Gene
Speaking before a group assembled in Coach Jackson's room, FCA pres-
ident Tripp Armistead conducts a morning prayer session.
FCA: Front row: A. Davenport, sweetheart, T. Armistead, president, J. Griffith, vice-president, D
Hall, secretary, E. Cook, treasurer. Second row: S. Frye, B. Owen, R. Reid, B. Young, J. Goode, J.
Dooley, R. Whiting. Third row: C. Raiford, C. Myers, J. Norris, D. Waugh, L. Whitesides, E.
Davidson. Fourth row: K. Nesbit, J. King, S. Kitchings, D. Harris, T. Blackwell, S. Sweeny, B.
Adams, P. McDaniels. Fifth row: K. Snoddy, L. Davidson, R. Bailey, M. Wyatt, B. Morrison, D.
Potts, R. Hellard. Sixth row: P. Raiford, G. Riera, B. Carson, K. Davis, C. Armistead, B. Walker, M
Lewis, C. Boggs, M. Haddix, P. Long. Back row: D. Watts, J. Milstead, H. Tsumas, T. Adams, and G.
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Giving a meaningful talk on the influence of
Christianity in everyone's life, Mr. Cowles
Bristol addresses FCA.
BME Ul ll Boosters Pack Food for Athletes
Members of the '74-'75 Boosters Club
directed their enthusiasm and ideas
towards promoting school spirit and
rendering services to the athletic teams.
Laura Phelps headed the club and
organized projects such as making
Members who assumed the chore of
In order to keep students well informed of cur-
rent athletic events, Boosters club members Nan
Douglas and Kelly Laminack update the
Front row: Mr. Snow, advisor, L. Phelps, pres, K. Kelly, v. pres., S. Abercrombie, v. pres., P. Burning, sec., T. Poole, treas.g Second
row: M.L. long, J. Brooks, K. Epps, L. Harmon, E, Aman, L. Adler, A. Chuber, P. Huggins. Third row: L. Lapish, C. Alexander,
M. Angell, B. Baker, J. Eller, J. Matthews, C. Davidson, M. Raymer, M. Sherrill, L. Gilliam. Fourth row: S. Honeycutt, B.
Hopkins, S Spratt, B. Lamberth, M. Curlee, R. Stikeleather, K. Gilleland, G. Gilliam, G. FOX, E. Harrington. Fifth row: J. Um-
berger, T. Chamberlain, G. Johnson, T. Harmon, E. Gaines, D. Fox, C. Norris, N. Douglas, G. Ogburn. Sixth row: C. Gilliam, J.
Cahion, A. Archibald, L. Brantley. Seventh row: S. Cashion, J. Wells, G. Arrington, D. Shelton, L. Faust, S. Lazenby, D. Rowe, M.
Freeman, J. Goggs, J. Justice, K. Laminack, Eighth row: M. Brown, R. Smith, M. Whiterington, D. Hunt, E. Johnston, D. Hodges,
M.B. Lavender, K. Messick, A. Kirby, K. Messick, J. Pero. Ninth row: P. Hamilton, A. Davenport, J. Hunter, P. Adams, J.J. Grif-
fith, C. Raiford, P. Raiford, E. Cook, C. Hoffman, J. Harmon. Tenth row: J. Harmon, M. Walsh, S. Blevins, C. Campbell, G. Riers,
J. King, D. Lytton, and M. Lockman.
cleaning the trophy case busied
themselves with dusting plaques, trophies
and old team pictures. Money raised
during the candy sale went toward
sponsoring a dance and taking care of the
needs of the various teams. Boosters had
sandwiches for hungry basketball players a large membership as the club was open
traveling to away games. Boosters also to all students genuinely interested in
provided oranges for wrestlers and made unifying the student body and athletic
favors for the football teams. teams.
As a result of many trying hours of hardwork, Boosters Club's float won second place in the
FHA Deoorates Room At Ruthie-'s Day Care Center
Spearheading FHA's worth-while
activities were Debra Harris and
Deborah Houston. FHA members
utilized their domestic skills in
furnishing and decorating a room at
Ruthie's Day Care Center. As further
service to the community, the girls
graciously presented Thanksgiving
Baskets to residents of Hill Haven Rest
Home, Stovall Rest Home and
Nursecare, Inc. The club also engaged
in the task of painting the football
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with colorful animal prints, FHA member
Doris Allison discusses them with a delighted
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FHA: D. Fox, sweetheartg D. Harris, presidentg D. Houston, vice-presidentg P. Cornelius, secretary,
G. Howard, treasurer, P. Ferguson, sweetheart. Second row: V. Daniels, R. Roberts, A. Feimster, L.
Paton, S. Powers, F. Hall, L. Pennall, L. Brantly, K. Fox, C. Rosenbalm. Third row: C. Summers, C.
Cox, T. Rucker, V. Nesbit, G. Shuford, N. Yocum, D. Harris, B. Foster, E. Aman, A. Sullivan, R.
Tevepaugh. Back row: M. Cable, J. Sloan, D. Allison, J, Lackey,L. Goodwin, B. Park, L. Howard, S,
Robbins, S. Smith, and M. Caldwell.
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Demonstrating the correct way to load a machine, Kathy Teague prepares to wash soiled towels.
FTA Sponsors SHS Open House
FTA: Front row: B. Roseboro, sweetheart, C. Barber, President, D. Young, Vice-President, S. Powers,
Secretaryg F. Hall, Treasurer. Second row: T. Waugh, S. Miller, S. Blevins, D. Houston, F. Daniels, G.
Shuford, B. Foster, G. Rosby. Third row: P. Huggins, G. Ogburn, R. Smith, L. Little, S. Waters, P.
Mattox, L. Blackwell, K. Sloan, and C. Cowan.
Under the direction of advisors Mrs.
Vera Webster and Mrs. Martha Kepley,
Future Teachers of America
successfully completed several service
projects. President Cynthia Barber
activated members with her enthusiasm
for the club's worthwhile endeavors.
Money-making projects this year
included the annual candy sale, a
candied-apple sale during basketball
season, and a bake sale.
During American Education Week,
FTA members sat in on elementary and
junior high school classes to observe
teaching techniques. FTA also
sponsored an open house at SHS early
in the year. Other service projects
included distributing Thanksgiving
baskets for various elderly people in the
community, Operation Mrs. Santa
Claus, Christmas caroling at resthomes
in the area, and an Easter Egg Hunt for
Ruthie's Day Care Center.
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Devoting her time to the New Instructors' Aid project, Debbie Shoemak-
er helps children improve their writing skills.
Posing as Mrs. Santa Claus during FTA's Operation Mrs. Santa Claus,
Ginger Ogburn listens as the children list what they want for Christmas.
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Like carefully tuned instruments
In an orchestra
Athletes blend their individual talents
To insure a smooth team performance.
Participant and spectator alike
Thrill to sounds like
The crack of the bat as it meets the ball,
The wrestler's silent struggle upon the mat,
And the outbreak of "Loyal and True"
After a Greyhound touchdown.
Whether the game is won or lost
Is ultimately unimportant.
Our emotions are in harmony whether
We find ourselves submerged in the
Suffocating melancholy of failure
Or engulfed by the ecstacy of victory.
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Greyhounds' Comeback Threatens SPC Opponents
Completing two weeks of summer
training, Statesville prepared to meet
their Mooresville rival in the away
opener. Rain postponed the
heartbreaking encounter in which the
Hounds suffered defeat by an extra point.
Huddled under umbrellas and tarpaulins,
SHS fans packed Hound Hollow for the
initial l974 Conference kick-off. Down
from a loss earlier in the week, SHS was
unable to stop a powerful Kannapolis
drive. A comeback was in order, and
Greyhounds patrons weren't
disappointed. Concord's defense held its
first two opponents scoreless, but the
Hound's mighty offense proved too fast
for them and SHS captured its first
victory. Playing an almost faultless
ballgame, the Greyhounds worked
together to hand Thomasville an upsetting
defeat. Lexington Homecoming
asperations were also crushed by the
brutal Statesville unit.
Returning home with three wins, the
Hound momentum was climaxed by the
Homecoming game. Through -out the
game Asheboro dominated the statestics,
but SHS held fast. Tied late inthe fourth
quarter a Hound touchdown was called
back because of a quick whistle. Efforts
to score again were useless, and the game
remained deadlock. The encounter
against Salisbury was crucial if the
Hounds were to be assured a spot in the
play-offs. These hopes vanished when the
offense failed to move, and the defense
failed to hold the Homets. Winding up an
eventful season, the Hounds easily
romped Albemarle and Trinity.
Providing their time and coaching to the
team were Mr. Gene Abercrombie, Mr.
Jesse Jackson, and Mr. C.A. Frye.
Teamwork was the key to the successful
season. Kyle Snoddy sent many punts
deep in the opponents' territory. Leading
the defensive attacks were Randy Reid,
Bradley Young, John Goode, and John
Norris. Offensive yards were contributed
by Charles Blackwell, Duck Bailey,
Danny Renwick, Billy Roseboro, and
Steve Frye. Frye also led in scoring. On
the other end of Frye's passes, Tripp
Armistead and Bill Owen earned much
Spoiling an effort to run back a punt. David Potter f86J drives the ballcar-
rier helplessly to the ground.
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While the ref marks off an additonal I5 yards against the
Greyhounds. Gil Fox and Coach Abercrombie express
disappointment at the call.
Lowering his shoulder and striving for better field position. Billy
Roseboro 1323 meets Trinity's defensive backs with force and determi-
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The 1974 Varsity Football Team: Front Row - R. Reid. B. Young, J. Goode, M. Campbell. J. Dooley. R. Bailey. K. Keaton. D. Renwick. Second
Row - T. Blackwell. R. Braun. T. Armistead. S. Frye. B. Owen. J. Norris. K. Snoddy. A. Stevenson. Third Row - P. Long. S. Kitchings. P.
Nicholson. P. MCDaniels, M. Thompson. S. Overman, R. Peet. C. Blackwell. Fourth Row - G. Fox. T. Adams. J. Milstead. M. Lewis. M.Haddix,
D. Potter. D. Barnette. M. Robbins. M. Wyatt. Back Row - Coach CA. Frye. F. Woods. Coach G. Abercrombie. R. Lukey. R. Hillard. and
Coach J. Jackson.
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Extra Points Decide Hound's Fate in Close Games
Destroying a Concord runner's drive for yardage, Tripp Armistead 1849
and Johnny Norris 142D down him at the line of scrimmage.
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Threatened by an oncoming defensive line, Charles Black-
well l22l sweeps wide along the right side line.
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back Johnny Norris 1427 leans on Kyle Snoddy 4145 for assistance to the
intently watching the Greyhounds in fourth quarter play, the SHS bench
stands by to give teammates encouragement.
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Winning Streak Motivates Greypups
From the beginning the Greypups had
their work cut out for them as they
defended the J.V. Conference
Championship. Although the team lost
the title, the season was far from being
unsuccessful. After bringing home back-
to-back wins, SHS dropped three
consecutive games. Pulling themselves out
of the slump, the Cvreypup's season ended
with a five game winning streak.
the goal and the front line, Fulback Harry
Tsumas plunged over for the score.
Soccer-style kicker Bob Palmes rarely
missed a field goal and booted many
deciding points for the Greypups. During
the encounter with Kannapolis there
seemed little hope forthe Greypups, but a
strong desire to win pulled them through
it. Enough can not be said about the
powerful defense which held Alexander
Central, Asheboro, and Trinity scoreless.
Often a strong blitz caused the opposing
quarterback to throw an interception.
Like any other Statesville football team,
the Greypups leamed early to keep the
ball on the ground. Manning the
quarterback position for the Pups was
Sammy Turnipseed. Taking the hand offs
and hitting the holes, Gus Parsons and
Stanley Long fought their way for needed
yardage. With only a few yards between
Challenged by short yardage situations,
the defensive team worked together and
stopped the plays. Marlin Tate and
Charlie Heye coached their third of four
winning seasons this year.
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After receiving a lateral pass from the quarterback, halfback Gus fakes left and rushes around the end fer the needed
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The 1974 Jr. Varsity Football Team: Front Row - G. Parsons, S. Turnipseed, J. Archibald, D. Watts, C. Murdock, S. Kimbrough, H. Tsumas, S.
Long, J. Davidson. Second Row - C. Pearson, J. Stevenson, S. Gilliam, P. Davidson, K. Fulp, M. Brown, C. Shuford, C. Boggs. Third Row: R.
Turner, J. Conner, D. Campbell, D. Howard, L. Harper, C. Pennington, T. Hall, R. Kenner, D. Waugh. Back Row - Coach M. Tate, B. Adams.
and Coach C. Heye.
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Greyhounds Thrill SHS Fans
With Series of Close Games
The '75 Greyhounds' final record did
not prove particularly memorable, but
local fans will not soon forget the
excitement sparked by the series of
feverishly close games this year. In
their finest performances of the season,
the Greyhounds blistered their
Salisbury and Albemarle opponents in
road victories that bumed down to the
Sinking 18 of 22 field-goals to tie the
SHS individual single game highscore
Wonders. Keith Walker also pumped in
needed points in numerous tight games.
Center Ed Cook controlled the boards
for SHS, while guards Kevin Rankin
and Paul Ferguson scrambled and
hustled to enforce the Statesville
Coaches C.A. Frye and Jerry Bustle
effectively employed a deep, strong
bench throughout each game. Kyle
Snoddy and Billy Roseboro contributed
invaluable skills to Greyhound efforts.
Ranked fourth in the conference,
opponents found the Hounds to be a
formidable foe in SPC encounters.
record, forward Johnny Myers led the
Hounds with 37 points in a decisive
victory over the Kannapolis Little
The Boys' Varsity Basketball Team: Front Row - R. Bailey, B. Roseboro, P. Ferguson, tri-captain: J. Myers, tri-captain,
G. Dobbins, K. Keaton, D. Renrick. Second Row - T. Watts, J. Tomlin, C. Blackwell, E. Cook, K, Snoddy, D. Payne.
Bustle, Coach C.A. Frye. S. Gillespie, K. Walker. and F. Woods, manager.
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K. Rankin, tri-captain,
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Turning a steal into an easy bucket is not an
Pleased with his twenty points in a game with Salisbury. Johnny Myers takes a well- unusual occurance for a versatile player like
deserved rest from the action. Johnny Myers.
Out manuvering his opponents from the outside, Kevin Rankin
. drives down the lane for another bucket.
During a crucial moment in the SHS-Thomasville game, Coach CA. Frye calls Ed
Cook over to the sidelines to give defensive instructions.
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Prior to the opening tip-off, the Greyhound starting five huddle
to boost morale.
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While senior Johnny Myers positions himself for a defensive rebound, Kevin Rankin attempts to tie the ball up with a Con-
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Soaring high above any defenders, sophomore Sam Gillespie lays the
ball through the hoop with ease.
Taking advantage of a hole in Asheboro's defense, Michael Woods goes up
for a basket.
Completing the season with an even IO-
IO record, the Greypups showed much
promise for upcoming years. Defeat
struck early when the team dropped both
their opening non-conference and
conference games. Losing was not always
the case however as the Lexington
Yellowjackets discovered, as they
answered to the strong bite of the Pups.
Close games prevailed throughout the
season, but Albemarle was by far the
tightest as each team fought to gain a
substantial lead before time ran out.
When the buzzer sounded, the Greypups
came out the victor by two points. Each
time the Asheboro and Statesville teams
met assured everyone of a wild offensive
contest. Each game the fine SHS shooting
failed to equal the Blue Comets 80 and
95 points. Down from a great loss the
Pups bounced back and won four
consecutive games before being stopped
by Thomasville. The season ended with a
dominating win over Trinity. Marlin Tate
coached the jayvee boys for the third
The Boys' JV Basketball Team: Front row - G. Parsons, S. Turnipseed, S. Harris, L. Lackey, M.
Woods, K. Holmes. Back row-Coach M. Tate, K. Redmond, H. Morrison, K. Patterson, R. Pou, W.
Harwell, L. Gresham, and J. Davidson.
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Sampsel Captures 450th Win
'fWe're number one and you're number
two" was the harmonious cry from the
stands during the final seconds of the
WNCHSAA Championship. With the
sound of the buzzer the SHS Lassies not
only walked off with the l975
Association crown, but also with the
pride of breaking a seven yearjinx.
Statesville slaughtered their first seven
opponents by twenty and thirty points.
Under the boards both offensively and
defensively, juniors Nancy Lawrence
and Mary Myers dominated the scoring
and rebounding throughout the season.
Traveling to Albemarle the Lassies
suffered a very disappointing defeat.
With one loss behind them the team
started another winning streak. The
final two games proved challenging to
the Hounds as they slid past Trinity and
prepared for a decisive game with
Each player's spirit climaxed as she
stood the circle awaiting the Statesville-
Albemarle tip-off. SHS won the jump
and was in full control the remainder of
the game. Nothing seemed to stop
Cheryl Redmond and Sandy Wilson's
outside shooting. The Hounds captured
a twelve point victory, but this was not
enough to win the bye in the conference
tournament. After fighting their way
back up to the top the Hounds and
Bulldogs met again. A victory gave SHS
the conference title and a chance at the
With the Hounds in foul trouble and
down late in the second half against
Hibriten, Coach Sampsel turned to his
talented bench to help regain the lead.
Lynn Davidson, Terri Poole, and Lisa
Lapish assisted in bringing the Hounds
into the Association finals. Clashing
with the Alexander Central Cougars for
the third time this season, the Lassies
had two victories to their advantage.
Behind the tournament,s Most Valuable
Player Nancy Lawrence, Statesville
built up a demanding lead. Clinching a
milestone victory, Coach Herb Sampsel
and his Greyhound Lassies accepted
their trophy for being the 1975
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Lawrence, T. Davidson, M. Myers, S. Wilson, C. Redmond, K. Sloan, and L. Lapish.
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After observing Lexington's tough defense, Coach Herb Sampsel plans
his strategy for an effective offense.
During a game with Alexander Central, Nancylawrence out-
jumps her opponent and quickly gains control for the Lady
Moving to her center position, Tina Davidson pumps the ball over North defenders.
Easily driving around her opponent, Mary
Myers goes in untouched for a lay-up.
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Coming down court on a fast break, Cheryl Red-
mond adds two points to the Lassies' advantage.
Much to the embarrassment of both girls, the referee calls for a rejump when nei
ther girl successfully hits the ball,
Stealing the ball and racing toward the basket, junior Lisa Lapish concentrates on making With a chance for the Greyhounds I0 regain P0SCSSi0I1
her shot count.
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of the ball, Nancy Lawrence tries to tap the ball to one
of her waiting teammates.
lnexperience Proves Costly
The Girls J.V. Basketball Team: Front row - A. Hunter, co-captaing Coach M. Galliherg L.A. White,
co-captain. Back row! V. Cowan, J. Umberger, J. Orbison, J. Satterfield, P. Sigmon, and J. Furches.
Although the J.V. girls did not have a
very productive season. they did gain
valuable experience for upcoming
years. The number of players was
largely responsible for their 3-4 record.
The Pups main downfall was their
defense, but the final games showed
marked improvement over the first of
Mrs. Marion Galliher coached the
Pups. She stressed the importance of
teamwork and movement of the ball.
Heading the scoring attack were guard
Adrian Hunter and forward Vivian
Cowan. Louanne White stood out the
key defensive player. Co-captains for
the 1974-1975 team were Vivian
Cowan and Louanne White.
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Summer Sale Funds New Uniforms
Whether racing through the band tunnel
at home football games or springing into
stunts at basketball halftimes, SHS
cheerleaders never failed to initiate crowd
enthusiasm. The squad returned from
camp at Meredith this year with fresh
ideas Land a few minor injuriesj and
quickly put new techniques into action.
Diligently working behind the scenes as
well as before the crowds, cheerleaders
produced posters, banners, and team
favors each week to boost spirit. Pep
rallies were an overwhelming success and
featured original skits and peppy
routines. By conducting a summer candy
sale, the varsity squad raised over 600
dollars with which new uniforms were
purchased and introduced during
An energetic J.V. squad ignited spirit in
the sophomore class and ran away with
the coveted spirit stick during
Homecoming festivities. The girls
brought recognition to Senior High by
taking second place at a fall cheerleading
clinic at East Rowan. The J.V.'s also
proved as invaluable help to the Varsity
in ribbon sales and pep rally plans.
Despite hard rain. senior Terry Harmon con-
tinues to cheer for the Hounds.
Varsity Cheerleaders: Front row -- Cathy Campbell. Second row W- Frances, Daniels, Angela Daven-
port. chiefg Ginger Johnson, Robin Stevenson, co-chiefg Nancy Curlee, Stephanie Honeycutt, Kim
Kelly. Back row - Terry Harmon, Robin Stikeleather, and Alexis Pickens.
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At the close of the Homecoming pep rally,
chief cheerleader Angie Davenport leads an
exuberant student body in a final cheer.
J.V. Cheerleaders Place ln District Competition
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In an effort to inspire spirit, J.V. cheerleader After welcoming the Greyhounds onto the court, varsity cheerleaders return to their
Angela Pickens cheers the Greypups on to seats.
Junior Varsity Cheerleaders: Front row: Beth Hopkins, Lauren Adler, co-chiefg Ellen Aman, Judy Wells. Back row: Patti
Bruning, Sherrie Stokes, and Laura Harmon.
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Coach of Year
Co-Coach of the Year, Jesse Jackson, led
the Orapplers to an 1 1-4 record. Opening
the season at home against Davie County,
the Grapplers seized their first victory by
an overwhelming margin. SHS continued
to topple their opponents until Asheboro
halted the winning streak by a slim tive
points. During the Christmas
Tournament, SHS placed second as a
team, and had five wrestlers to capture
firsts, including Bo Walker who was
named Most Outstanding Wrestler.
With revenge in mind the grapplers set
out to beat South during regular season
but were disappointed after a 'gdown to
the wire" match. Morale lifted as the
Grapplers started a second winning streak
by thoroughly whipping the opposition.
The last four matches ended with two
consecutive losses backed by two over-
SHS was proud to claim two association
champs this year, Bo Walker 11951 and
Kelly Davis 11001. Those named to the
all-conference team included Bo Walker
11953, Kelly Davis 11059, Eric Davidson
The Wrestling Team: Front Row 1 R. Whiting- K- Davis- E' Davidson' R' Holbrook' C' pen
nington R Braun. C Armistead. T. Templeton. Owen. D. Potter. .l. Goode. B. Wllllwf. K
Nesbit. Second Row 1 D. Moore. D. Davis. W. Wor1eY- D- Waugh- T- Robinson' C1 Baker' M'
Boyce. S. Cornacchionne. D. Robinson. C. Myers. J. Rafals. P. Davidson. A. Fraley- H- TSUYNHS- N-
Guest R. Goss. Back Row - S. Sweeny. manager. M. Flemings. G. Rafals. M- Brown. R- I-Ucky
C. Williams. M. Campbell. D. Lytton. B. Carson. C. Boggs. D. Rowe. manager: and Coach J
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Statesville 154 North Iredell 42 .,,t yWest Rowan
Statesville 48 Kannapolis T
Statesville 63 West Iredell Statesville Thomasville
Statesville 24 Asheboro Statesville Lexington
Statesville 32 Central Davidson Statesville Mooresville
Statesville 23 South Iredell g X Statesville Trinity
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Following a beautiful drive from the fair-way,
Dickie Pasckal finds himself in good position for
a birdie at the sixteenth hole.
Golfers Finish Season Under Par
This year's golf season was one when low consistency. His outstanding
scores meant victory instead of defeat for performances throughout the season
SHS athletes. From the opening drive to assured his selection as MVP for the
the sinking of the last putt, Statesville conference. Dickie Paschal was also
drew closer to the SPC title for the second selected for the all-conference team.
consecutive season. After a quick lunch
for extra energy, the team would tee up
and begin to play. Many times heavy
rains left the greens fast, but usually the
breaks were to our advantage.
Leading off for the linksters, Bob Reid
drove his way down the fair-ways and
onto the greens with much ease and
at Alexander Cen-
The I974 Golf Team: D. Paschal, D. Haas. B. Reid, captain, E. Cook, M. Morrison. C. Crouch, B.
Morriosn, And Coach C. Heye.
This year's toutnament was held in
Lexington. SHS placed first in the
conference and second in the association
During the tournament, Ed Cook finished
with a 7l and was awarded the Blow-
scoring medal" at the tournament
In the final round of the association tour
nament, Bob Reid anxiously awaits the out
come of his putt.
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Displaying superhuman strength at a Salis-
bury track meet, Bo Walker exerts himself to
the fullest in shot-putt competition.
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Finishing a track meet in first place
seemed to be quite a feat for the cinerman
as they did so only once during the
season. The distance runners for SHS
dominated numerous events, however.
Capturing many first place titles during
regular season and a third during the
association in the mile run, sophomore
Kyle Snoddy showed much promise for
Two-mile runner Mark Flory worked
diligently for three years, breaking
records and usually crossing the tape first.
For this he was named recipient of the
Spectators were always impressed at the
sight of Bill McConnell vaulting smoothly
over the bar, while down on the ground
Bill Owen broad jumped his way to the
Most Outstanding Player Award. Despite
a disappointing season, the team put forth
much time and effort in representing
Working to maintain his form on the descent, Bill Owens clears five feet in high-jumping competition.
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The 1974 Track Team: Front Row - R. Kimberlin and M. Flory. Second
Row - B. McConnell, D. Potter, M. Braun, T. Bondurant, P. Arrington.
Third Row - G. Dobbins, R. Braun, R. Netterwald, J. Milstead, R. Kiser.
Fourth Row - L. Alexander. J. Goodman, C. Sparks, J. Watkins, G. Davis.
Fifth Row - T. Armistead, D. Grant, W. Worley, M. Haddix, B. Walker.
Sixth Row - K. Snoddy, B. Owens, G. Mills, R. Bailey, N. Black. Back Row
-J. Allison, T. Blackwell, and D. Hall.
Endurance Key to Success
Leading the pack throughout the run, David
Hall sprints across the finish line to clinch first
This year's Cross-Country runners
planted their mark in thc conference by
upsetting many skilled teams. Lack of
experience failed to hinder the runners'
speed and abilities.
Meets began with familiarizing the
opposing team with the course by walking
them through it once. After a brief pep
talk, the team lined up alternately on the
starting line. Each coach synchronized his
watch and the race began. Over fields,
through valleys, between trees, and
around ponds, each person paced himself
according to his own ability. Ajudge
waited patiently for their retum and
passed out numbers to the runners. Far
out in front at most meets, David Hall
sprinted his way across the finish line to
take first place for SHS. Teammates
usually following close behind Hall were
Ed Cook, Eric Davidson, and John Pero.
Providing welcomed encouragement for
the team from his newly assumed
coaching position was Mr. John
Exerting total effort in the final stretch, Eric Davidson and John Pero press for distinctive finishing
The 1974 Cross Country Team: Front Row -- Wesley Waugh, David Hall, Ed Cook.
Second Row - Coach John Davidson, John Pero, Clint Myers, Butch Morrison. Back
Row - Charles Williams, Kelly Davis, And Eric Davidson.
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Taking a break from
a hot and strenuous prac
tice, April Davis quenches her thirst with a large
Girls' Tennis Posts Even Record
position, sophomore Lisa Lapish faced
the conferences toughest players.
Even with the thoughts of an oncoming
summer, the girls' tennis team geared
their concentration to a winning season.
For the first match, SHS travelled to
South Rowan and brought home an
overwhelming victory. During the regular
season, the girls hosted and visited ten
different teams and posted a 5-5 record.
Coach Marion Galliher had the girls play
a round robin to determine the top six
seeded players. Seeded in the first
The team worked together to leam not
only the skills of tennis, but also the
meaning of good sportsmanship. The
team selected April Davis as the Most
Valuable Player, based on her leadership
and participation. Returning juniors and
sophomores cast a hopeful outlook for
next year's season.
Girls' 1974 Tennis Team: Front Row - J. Hunter, L. Lapish, Coach M. Galliher, B. Dame, A.
Chuber. Back Row - K. Kelly, R. Heruska, M. Bonds, and L, Jacobs.
Leaving her base line position to reach a low forehead shot, Judy Hunter
lobs the ball high and out of the reach of her competitor.
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Inexperience had little effect on the
season as the Greyhound netters closed
with a 7-5 record. Under the direction of
Rick Weisner, the boys learned that
practice was essential in the development
of a strong team.
Hopes of an undefeated season rose as
they captured their first match, but slowly
dwindled as they fell to Salisbury and
Lexington consecutively. By
Following through on a forehand return, sopho-
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demonstrating control and teamwork,
Jack King and Bobby Kutteh worked
their way to the semi-finals in the
association tournament before being
eliminated by their Lexington opponents.
This season gave each team member a
chance to enter into competition and
improve his playing ability. The team
honored Bobby Kutteh with the '74 Most
Valuable Player Award.
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Kutteh works to gain a point by dispositioning
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Sophomore talent and returning lettermen
were the key factors in making Coach
Jerry Bustle's first baseball season
successful. Although the weather caused
many cancellations, it did not dampen the
spirit or performance ofthe team.
Returning pitchers Claude Raiford and
Steve Frye turned in stellar performances
in key victories over Salisbury and
Led by Most Valuable Player Ted
lnscore, the hardballers achieved fine
defensive as well as offensive strength.
Barry Howell, recipient of the Most
Desire Award, displayed enthusiasm on
the field as well as at the plate. Johnny
Norris received the Most Improved
Award, and Ted Inscore captured the
Best Batting Average Award for the
Disappointed by another strike-out, Chip Baker returns to the bench to
watch the remainder ofthe inning.
The 1973-74 Baseball team: Front Row- G. Fox, D. Poole, D. Renwick, C. Baker. Second Row:
B. Howell, M. Sampsel, V. Helper, R. Shuford, J. Norris, C. Raiford, S. Frye. Third Row: D. Bar-
nette, H. Huffman, K. Robertson, K. Messick, T. Leaptrott, T. Inscore, and P. Ferguson.
In the final inning of a close conference match-
up, Victor Hepler positions himself for the next
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out of reach, Coach Jerry Bustle intently follows
the action ofthe final inning.
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Averting their attention to the Statesville batter, Ken Robertson, Paul Ferguson,
and Keith Messick abruptly break offtheir conversation.
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Scattered with highlights
And special momentsg
Those who contribute their talents
Are rewarded with our respect and appreciation.
We all share in
The awe of a pageant,
The humor of Stooge Day,
The excitement of Homecoming Week.
It is here that we glimpse
The spontaneity and imagination
Of our youth.
lt is here we will later
Return to remember
"The Way We Were."
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Chosen for their high scholastic rank
Mary Sherrill and Patricia Hamilton
were selected as Valedictorian and
Salutatorian for the Class of 75. They
maintained the highest grade averages
for five consecutive semesters.
The top ten percent consisted of seniors
who had upheld the highest grade
averages in their class. These students
proudly displayed white tassels at the
graduation exercises held on May 30.
Top Ten Percent: Front row - M. Sherrill, P. Hamilton. Second row - C. Kivett, K. Alexander, J.
Williams, M. Ramsey, L. Huneycutt. Third row - S. Wilson, A. Kiser, E. Gaines, L. Kitchings, J.
Harmon. Fourth row-C. Redmond, W. Carson, K. Gilleland, A. Davenport, G. Gilliam. Back row-
D. Haas, J. Lloyd, D. Tucker, D. Fox, and J. King. Not pictured! D. Turnipseed.
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Governor's School Nominees: John Rowe, Margaret Wasson, Charleen Aldrich, Julie Davidson, lra
Lackey, and Glenda Arrington.
The top twenty juniors were appointed
as junior marshalls. Selected on the
basis of their outstanding academic
achievements, they assisted at the 1975
Six accomplished juniors were
nominated to attend the l975 summer
session of Governor's School. They
were chosen on the basis of academic
standing, art, or musical abilities.
Junior Marshals: Front Row - K. Baumgarner, co-chiefg S. Blevins. co-chief. Second Row- S. Cavendish, B. Sipes, G. Ogburn,
B.J. Parlier, A. Feimster. N. Douglas. M. Wasson. Third Row g R. Smith. L. Gilliam, L. Lapish, S. Lazenby, C. Aldrich. I.
Lackey. Back Row 1 J. Barnard, G. Riera, S. Overman, and M. Wyatt. Not pictured: C. Williams.
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Open to Girls
This year two of the three Iredell
County Moorehead semi-finalists were
chosen from SHS. Mary Sherrill and
Pat Hamilton were selected on the basis
of academic achievement, character,
contributions to the school, and
leadership qualifications. Mary was
also one ofthe six district finalists as a
result of her Salisbury interview. This
was the first year that the highly
coveted scholarship was made available
to WOIU Cfl.
1975 National Merit semi-finalists
included Gwyn Gilliam, Linda
Kitchings, Joan Harmon, and Mary
Sherrill. The selections were based on
academic records, PSAT, and NMSOT
Morehead Nominees: Joan Harmon, Pat Hamilton, Mary Sherrill, David Fox, and Jack King
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National Merit Semi-Finalists: Joan Harmon, Mary Sherrill, Linda Kitching, and Gwyn Gilliam.
Jack King and David Haas served as
Boys State Nominees. They took part in
a mock government run by all Boys
State Nominees at Wake Forest
University this summer. The veterans
of Foreign Wars honored Cindy Moose
as the Voice of Democracy winner.
Kathy Teague was chosen for the Betty
Crocker Homemaker Award due to her
superior score on a homemaking
Boys' State Nominees: .lack King and David Haas.
Voice of Democracy: Cindy Moose.
Betty Crocker Homemaker Award: Kathy Teague.
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The responsibility ofthe Election
Board was to make all elections run
smoothly. Not only did they count the
ballots, but prior to an election they
typed and passed out the ballots to
homeroom teachers. Members kept the
results secret until Mr. Stroud
announced them to the entire student
After a tense audition session judges
granted six Grenadiers the All State
Chosen by her classmates and a faculty
committee, Elizabeth Gaines served as
DAR Good Citizen. Her duties
included speaking for the local chapter
on the quality of dependability.
All State Band: John Rowe, Linda Green, David Middleton, Julie Sloan, Randy Morgan, and
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Election Board: Front row: Chris Gilliam, Cathy Davidson. Back row: Tom Templeton, Mr. Loyd
Dixon, Mrs. Pat Ridenhour, Barbie Dame, and Sammy Gillispie.
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DAR Good Citizen: Elizabeth Gaines.
Student Assembly Officers Represent Student Body
Student Assembly officers worked
together with David Fox, president, to
represent the students at SHS. Elizabeth
Boyd, co-vice-president, headed Club
Council and Robn Stevenson, co-vice-
president, led the Human Relation and
Each year Fi-Y honors a sophomore
who exemplifies good character. This
year's S'Honorary Sophomore" was
Club sweethearts this year represented
FCA, FHA, FTA, Fl-Y, and Key
Clubs. Female sweethearts represented
their respective clubs in the annual
Queen of Clubs Pageant.
Student Assembly Officers: David Fox, president, Gus Riera, secretary, Ira Lackey, treasurer, and
Elizabeth Boyd, vice-president.
Club Sweethearts: Tripp Armistead, Fi-Y, Billy Roseboro, FTA, Nancy Curlee, Key, Angie
Davenport, FCA, Paul Ferguson, FHA, and David Fox, FHA.
Honorary Fi-Y Sophomore: Lauren Adler.
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ln recognition of their many
contributions to the school and their
outgoing personalities, Tripp
Armistead and Alexis Pickens were
awarded the coveted title of Mr. and
Miss SHS. The entire student body
participated in voting for the two
seniors they felt best represented SHS
Twenty-five seniors were selected to
Who's Who, an honor bestowed upon
them by fellow senior classmates. For
the first time this year possible
recipients were screened through club
council. They narrowed the list from
fifty to thirty-fiveg then seniors voted
again. This was done in hopes that only
the most deserving seniors would
receive the award.
Who's Who: Front row: D, Harris, J. Harmon T Armistead S Frye N Curlee Second row M
Bristol, P. Hamilton, B. Dame, L. Davidson J Norris D Fox T Ferron Back row W Carson J
Williams, T. Templeton, K. Gilleland, R. Stevenson B Polk A Davenport E Games L Phelps
E. Boyd, J. King, G. Johnson, and N. Black
Miss SHS: Alexis Pickens Mr SHS Tripp Armistead
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Nancy Curlee 4- Queen of Clubs
During halftime at the Homecoming
game, Nancy Curlee and Robin
Stevenson were crowned Homecoming
Queens by co-captains Randy Reid and
Billy Rosoboro. 'lhey were chosen by
members of the Varsity football team.
Miss Merry Christmas, Ginger Johnson
was chosen by the entire student body,
on the basis of her personality and
appearance. She represented SHS in the
annual Christmas Parade.
Nancy Curlee was selected over fifteen
other contestants to reign as Queen of
Clubs, Nancy was selected for her
poise, personality, and overall
Ginger Johnson 1 Nliss Nlerry Christmas
Nancy Curlee and Robin Stevenson 1 Homecoming Queens
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Greaser Day Brings Back the Nostalgic Fifties
Pony tails, bobby sox, tee shirts, two-tone ssii -
shoes, letter sweaters, red lipstick, lucky
Strikes, shades, Vitalis, and Evening in
Paris cologne descended on SHS on
January 31, 1975. It was the first annual
Greaser Day ever to be held tofficiallyl
on campus. The vast majority of thc
student body dug into their closets and
attics to produce authentic Fifties attire.
SHScrs abandoned today's slang for
yesterday's "hip" talk. A few students
forgot the "Bump" and picked up the
"Bop" as swinging hits from the era
blasted over the P.A. system at lunch.
Cliniaxing a weeklong spirit campaign
Greaser Day emcompassed a lengthy pep
rally. An original rock and roll group,
"The Greasy Five", made their stage
debut in MacGray Auditorium. Several
faculty members energetically
participated with a cheer revived from
their high school days and were
enthusiastically received. Skits and other
genuine '57 cheers also entertained the
Really "getting into" the spirit of Greaser Day, lfrench and Spanish classes learn some ofthe
popular dances ofthe '50As from Glenn "Killer" Pharr and his "hehe" Pat Stuart.
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Gathering at the usual spot, several chicks and cats discuss possible "hot spots" for the upcoming
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"Boppin"' to Elvis Presley's 'Jailhouse Rock," sever-
al chicks and Cats show some of the latest dances.
Addressing the student body at CareerkDay, Neil McGeachy stresses the importance of
a good education.
College Night was a program sponsored
annually by the Beta Club. Students had
the opportunity to speak to
representatives from various colleges and
universities around the state. Helpful
information conceming college entrance
and academic precedures were made
available to students.
Career Day was held on February 27 and
was sponsored by the Key Club. Students
were able to learn about numerous
professions and occupations. Neil
McGcachy was the keynote speaker and
spoke briefly to the student body on the
importance of early career decisions.
Circulo del Espanol hosted Parents Night
This enabled parents to become
acquainted with the faculty of SHS.
Chatting with Mr. Dixon before Parents Night, Robin Stevenson discusses last
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College Night, Paul Ferguson jots down notes to use in comparing
curriculum requirements for various colleges.
Refs Whistle Blows Homecoming
"Victory's ln Store for '74" was chosen as
this year's Homecoming theme, and Spirit
Week was underway. Competitive
sophomores, juniors, and seniors
plastered the halls with colorful posters
and banners. Each class strove to outdo
the others by purchasing spirit links in the
cafeteria at lunch. Seniors contributed
the most money in this department by
raising over ninety dollars. However,
sophomores captured the coveted Spirit
Stick for their over-all enthusiasm
throughout the week. A pep rally on
Thursday climaxed the week-long school
events, and Hound supporters "raised the
roof' off MacGray Auditorium in a unified
show of genuine spirit. Johnny Norris was
the deserving recipient ofthe "Hounds
Handsome Haunches" contest, and was
rewarded with a pair of f'Lcgg's" panty
hose and f'Crazy Legs" hair remover.
Friday afternoon under beautiful October
skies the cheerleaders, band, club floats,
Homecoming Court, and sponsors
dazzled spectators who lined North
Center Street for the annual Homecoming
Parade. Fi-Y and Key Club tied for first
place in float competition with Boosters
following behind in second place.
Greyhounds set the bleachers on fire at
the game that night, when their second
touchdown was scored on a brilliantly
executed play. Due to a referee's blunder,
however, the touchdown was recalled.
The SHS varsity salvaged a tie in the final
moments of the fourth quarter to the
crowd's elation. Halftime Ceremonies
featured the presentation of the football
sponsors, and the crowning of
Homecoming Queens Robin Stevenson
and Nancy Curlee.
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Alexis Pickens, Nancy Curlee. Lindsay Jones.
Back Row - Robin Stevenson, Angela Daven-
port, and Christina Webster.
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After weeks of planning and hard work. Fi-Y members proudly parade down North Center Street on their first place
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1. As Spirit Week climaxes with an outstanding
pep rally, Angela Davenport presents Johnny
Norris With the "Hounds Handsome Hauches"
2. Winding up Homecoming Week activities,
students spend Saturday night dancing to their
3. The 1974 sponsors: Front Row - Betty
Foster, Lisa Brantley, Sandy Cavendish. Ann
Chuber, Christina Webster, Nancy Curlee, Ann
Archibald, Melanie Walsh. Back Row -
Deborah Houston, Patti Bruning, Mary Love
Long, Betty Jo Parlier, Robin Smith, Lynn
Davidson, Gale Shuford, and Barbara Overhy.
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Pageant Provides Beauty and Entertainment
On l-'ebruary thirteenth the Maciiray
Auditorium was transformed into the
magical Land ofOz, with sixteen beauties
accenting the stage. The annual pageant,
sponsored by Club Council, opened with
Sharon Abercrombie's moving rendition
of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow." The
pageant was centered around the theme
"Good-bye Yellow Brick Road," and
featured Benji Leaptrott as Elton John.
Jeff Corbett made his third appearance as
emcee and recognized the distinguished
panel of five judges. After eight semi-
finalists were narrowed to four finalists,
Nancy Curlee was crowned Queen of
Clubs, with Barbara Polk taking first
runner-upg Kay Gilleland, second runner-
upg and Lauren Adler, third runner-up.
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1. Smiling radiantly, finalist Barbara Polk
listens intently to the question being asked by
Master of Ceremonies Jeff Corbett.
2. Queen of Clubs finalists- Barbara Polk,
first runner-upg Nancy Curlee. 1975 Queen of
Clubsg Kay Gilleland, second runner-upg and
Lauren Adler, third runner-up.
3. Performing in the opening number ofthe
pageant, Sharon Abercrombie lalias Dorothyl
delights the audience with her rendition of
"Somewhere Over the Rainbow."
4. After hearing thejudges final decision,
Nancy Curlee expresses her elation and
surprise at being chosen the 1975 Queen of
5. Posing as Elton John, Benji Leaptrott
entertains the pageant audience with
"Goodbye Yellow Brick Road."
6. Prior to the selction ofthe finalists, the
eight semi-finalists appear again for the
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Romantic Rainbow Setting Holds
Pot of Golden Oldies for Couples.
The Junior-Senior highlighted the spring poured into the cafeteria. Dancing under
social season at S.H.S. f'Over the pink angel hair clouds and suspended
Rainbowi' was voted on as the theme, and raindrops, couples enjoyed old beach
the Drifters entertained with a pot of favorites such as "Under the Boardwalk"
"golden-oldies." and "Up On the Roof," as well as the
contemporary top forty. When the dance
Hoof became too congested, the overflow
mingled at the refreshment table or
moved into the lounge for pictures. The
lights came on at midnight, revealing
drooping crepe paper and hair do's.
People retrieved their coats and shoes
The spirits of the junior class were never
dampened as they worked steadily
through a downpour of rain on prom
preparations. As the storm finally
subsided, a crepe paper rainbow fittingly
appeared at the head of the bandstand.
After weeks of hunting dresses and from the table area, and then set out for
struggling with tuxedo rental firms, the round of parties and breakfasts that
juniors, seniors, and their fortunate guests followed.
1. Looking through pamphlets concerning
available bands for the prom, Junior class ad-
visor, Mr. Jerry Bustle offers his advice on en-
tertainment and decorations to officers Steve 4. Anticipating crowded conditions in the cafe-
Frye, Nancy Curlee, and Robin Stevenson. teria, junior Benjie Leaptrott prepares table dec-
orations for the lounge.
2. Taking a break from the dynamic sounds of
the Drifters, students form a line around the 5. With a change in tempo, Jr. - Sr. couples
punch bowl, anxious to quench their thirst, draw close and take advantage of the romantic
3. Rushing to complete decorations for the
Junior-Senior, Ginger Johnson, Mary Brown, 6. Really getting into the music, the Drifters
Ann Kiser and Kitty Alexander put the finishing give off soulful vibrations at the Junior - Se-
touches on the bandstand. nior.
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Burford Cherry, president of the Circulo de
Espanol, briefly describes the objectives of
the club during club orientation.
In an effort to spark involvement during
Spirit Week, Carole Kivett, Laine Shaner, 1
Joy Mathews, and Lisa Brantley express
disgust at the sight of Joe Duncan's rippling
At the command of their masters, Fi-Y
stooges good-naturedly participate in a pep
During SHS's Spirit Week, Joe Blevins
presents Coach Abercrombie with a well-
deserved Coach-of-the-Week Award.
Addressing the student body during Fi-Y's
February assembly, National Youth
Chairman Steve Webb solicits help for March
of Dimes projects.
During the first pep rally of 1975, Mr. Stroud
presents Elizabeth Boyd with her Who's Who
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Student awareness expands 1 nr beyond the
confines of SHS In l974 75 the world offered
us historical landmarks an economic recession
dynamite entertainers and musie Nixon
resigns receives pardon from l-Ord I C an
Help Ford and Rockefeller become first
president and vice president not elected by the
people Me and You Against the World
Watergate draws to a close after four
ye irs The Tri ll ot Billy Jack
Crreylassies end 46 g ime winning streak
The Way We Were no I song of 74
Trouble m Cyprus Dyno mite
China Grove Ciovernor Holshouser visits
SHS Mouseketeers Superman retum to
The Towering lnlerno
mourns deaths ofJ xek Benny and Ed Sullivan
. , . The Entertainer' . . . the Six Million
Dollar Man . . . Kitty le'1vesCiunsmoke. . .
Footsball . . . Hungry Bull I izZ'1Hut. and
ermie's open . . . P is for party . . . i
verses Forman. . .'BestofMy Love . . .
platforms and screwdrivers hit fashion-cons-
cious SHS'ers. . . Skin-tight . . .Tony
Orlando and Dawn . . . tlu bug sweeps SHS
. . . King family victimized at Alabama church
. . , SHS'ers flock to Kiss and Elton John
concerts . . . "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds"
. . . "The 310,000 Pyramid" . . . "The
Exorcistl' . . . "Tubular Bells" . . . Trouble
breaks out in Boston schools . . . Everybody
was "Kung Fu Fighting" . . . "Kojak" . . .
-Rhodar . . . Pittsburgh wins Super Bowl . . .
Ear Day . . . The bump becomes new dancing
craze . . . "get down" and "let up" . . .
Kissinger marries . . . "Can't Get Enough of
Your Love" . . . "The Godfather" and "The
Poseidon Adventure" come to TV . . . U.S.
endures gas shortage, sky-rocketing sugar prices
. . . "Rock Your Baby" . . . "rain rain, go
away" Evel Kniev'1l ittempts jump at
Snake River C anyon Another World
becomes first hour long so ip The Night
Chicago Died New stadium planned for
SHS Tell Me Something Good
Oakland takes third consecutive World Series
. , ."Mandy". . . "Papillon" . . . Sonny and
Cher, l.iz and Dick split. . . "Free bird" . . .
"I Shot the Sheriff" . . . Skylab orbits earth
. . ."l985". . .WFL formed. . ."The 3
Great Gatsby" . . . Congressman Wilbur Mills
and stripper Fanne Fox , . . "Midnight at the
Oasis" . . . Low Rider performs for March of W
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Hank Aaron breaks Ruth's homerun record
. . . "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet". . .
Johnny Miller dominates golfing tournaments
. . . "I Honestly Love You". . .over 65 die
Charlotte plane crash . . . Ford copes with
Democratic congress . . . "Saturdays Alright
for Fighting" . . . SHS Grapplers enjoy
winning season . . . "Sally G" . . .CIA
investigated . . . "Check it Out!" . . . "Gonna ,
Boogie Tonight" . . . Chico and The Man -
"lt's not my job." . . . West Iredell opened
. . . Thousands pack Charlotte's August Jam
. . . "lt's only Rock 'n Roll". . . Exams. . .
"Can't hack it!" . . . Prince Charles. . .
"Looking for a love" . . . Senator Sam retires
. . . Sophs win Spirit Stick . . . "Rock the
Boat" . . . llood sweeps Honduras . . . "Black f
Water" . . . Grenadiers merit superior ratings '
. . . "Scotland the Brave" . . . "The Godfather
Part ll" . . . "Earthquake" . . . Argentina
loses Juan Peron . . . "right on red" . . .
"Wild Thing" . . . Abercrombie named "Coach
ofthe Week" . . . "Ms," . . . "Angie Baby"
. . . "AM America" . . . 'iLittle House on the
Prairie" . . . SLA-Hearst Mystery continues
. . . 'iBad Company" . . . Morehead made
available to women . . . l'Annie's Song" . . .
"Chinatown" . . . Morris the cat becomes
superstar. . . "Cat's in the Cradle" . . . "If
you believe in peanut butter" , . . Statesville
gets massage parlor . . . Ford institutes
"W.l.N." motto for ending inflation . . . "The
Streak" , . .Y "Don't look, Ethel" . . .
graduation . . . seniors bid farewell to SHS,
head for the BEACH .....
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Within these pages
Have come to mean more
Than what the black and white
Smiling facades represent.
We've seen each other
In our best-
As well as in our worst
And no matter where
We go from this point on,
We have shared
ln the broad realm of experiences
Unique to SHS
The melody we hear
And delights us.
The chords are unfamiliar
But the beat feels natural
And we're slowly
Falling in time.
lmprovising when we
Don't know the lyrics
And laughing when
We strike the wrong notcs,
Each day the harmony is Clearer.
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Boggs Adds Strength
To Grapplers and Greypups
Frogs and Insects Intrigue Sophs
Thrcatcned by "St." Jesse Jackson. Kenny Wyatt quickly refrains from
making any more "smart" remarks.
Sophomore Tonia Pendergrass discovers her locker is difficult to open with Darrell
Watts leaning against it.
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Having devised an easier method of browsing, Annette
Milsaps leafs through a book from the fiction shelves.
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Stand at JV Games
Lost in deep thought Janet Whiting finds the quiet
seclusion of an abandoned gym an excellent place to
Kirby Pilots Junior Classical League Activities
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Before the rush of second lunch, sophomores Anna Summers N
and Julie Rufty prepare to wipe the long rows of dirty tables. 5
Muffy Long Guides Perplexed Sophs
Combining learning and fun in a vocabulary
baseball game, Spanish l student Laura
Harmon progresses to first base after cor-
rectly spelling her word.
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P E S Daily Mile Exhausts Panting Underclassmen
Performing with SHS's stage band sophomore Beth L tmbert up
pears intent as she plays the electric organ
Pickens Directs Award-Winning JV Squad
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Preparing their notes for a sophomore novel presentation, Lisa Stone discusses the
authors background with Keith Smith.
SHS Clubs Welcome Active Sophomore Participants
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Sophs Longingly Await Junior Year
Looking through various fashion magazines, Carolyn Sharpe
sophomore Queen of Clubs contestant Janice
Lackey searches for ideas on the newest
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Familiarizing themselves with various vocations and schools, sophomores Thomas Alexander and
Laura Long are helped by Mrs. Martin in the SHS guidance office.
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Finding a recluse away from the throng of first lunch
students, sophomores Tonya Grant and Stanley Long
share a quiet moment before the fourth period bell
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Unaccustomed to SHS's long lunch lines, sopho-
mores Sammy Turnipseed and Joe Archibald
impatiently wait their turn.
Dimes in the Statesville Christmas parade.
Preparing for a debate in East-European history. Charles Anderson and Thomas Abernathy
research their topics,
Sophomore clowns Jennifer Brooks and Cheryl Alexander solicit money for the March of
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The songs we sing
Are varied and colorful.
They complement each other
Blending high, light notes and
Lost in our music,
We live it and
We have yet to
Pause, and ponder
The meanings interwoven within
Juniors Kim Harris, Delia Earnhart, and Kim Sherrill debate their selections of class rings.
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Junior class officers: Betty Jo Parlier, secretary-treasurerg Ethan Carson, vice-
presidentg and Sharon Abercrombie, president.
l40 - Juniors
Abercrombie Plans Early for '75 Junior-Senior
A quiet library and a long history report form a perfect atmosphere for Chris
Norman to sleep.
'76 Class Rings Arrive Early Second Semester
142 - Juniors
Taking a break between exams, Jerry Jenkins contemplates
upcoming English exam.
E. Davidson, Davis Strengthen Grapplers
Anxiously awaiting their parents' arrival after school,
Rowe, and Beth White shiver in the crisp, winter air.
Mary Beth Lavender, Doug
Dancer Anita Feimster Charms Halftime Spectators
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Della Earnhardt A
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Marissa Freeman 'it '
Dressing himself in an effective Camouflage. lra Lackey finds a unique way of
disposing of a table used at the SA. Republican dinner.
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At the close of the Holiday Tournament, Robin Hall sits
forlornly on the bleachers as the team awards are presented.
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Arrayed in Fi-Y's finest, Kelly Epps rushes to
obtain a drink for her demanding master.
Posing for a "candid" shot, several juniors exemplify the unity of the Class
Mary Beth Lavender
. Mickey Lewis
Junior Athletes Graduate To Varsity Status
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Betty Jo Parlier
Spring Prom Preparations Rest on Junior Shoulders
In an attempt to keep the class on key. Sharon Abercrombie
leads then in a Spanish Christmas carol.
Riere, Lackey Assist Senior SA Officers
Assisting the teacher with a vocabulary lesson, Charlene
Aldrich checks to see if Charles Williams has his defini-
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Adams converses with one of the representatives in at-
tendance at College Night,
orders for class rings.
Crowding around the Balfour representative during second lunch, juniors place
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-ar Mike 'Thompson
Class of '76 Anticipates Graduation in
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Always a "joy" to be around, Gus Riera clowns for his
Rushing to complete Spanish reports, juniors Louise Martin, Margaret Wasson, Clint
Myers, and Ethan Carson make use of available resources.
Eyeing her opponent during an in-bounds play, Nancy Lawrence
positions herself for the zone defense.
Dividing the remaining moments of last lunch between socializing and
studies, Nancy Yocum, Penny Dishman, and Lois Burrow relax by their
lockers on the science hall.
The songs now seem
Shaded with blue nostalgia.
Every event is suddenly as
Fervently important as the
As the last song.
New music will
Compose the days
That lie ahead.
However, it is doubtful
We will ever sing
So uncomplicated again.
Senior class officers: Steve Frye. president: Nancy Curlee, secretary-treasurerg and
Terry Blackwell, vice-president.
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After the short but sweet Christmas holidays, Chuck Dearman finds it hard to get
back into the daily routine.
Avoiding the multitude ot' students after the
3:15 bell. Mark Flwkinstein seeks refuge off
Making good use of her "lounge" period, Chris Gilliam catches a few
minutes of sleep before starting her next class.
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Relaxing outside for a while after lunch, seniors Elizabeth Johnston and Rachel Grubb recall an
amusing incident in English class.
Armistead Conducts FCA s Weekly Prayer Meeting
156 - Seniors
Christopher Scott Adams
Katherine Garnett Alexander
Keta Mae Alexander
Latimer Breck Alexander, IV
Sandra Denise Allison
Deborah Maria Arant
Ann Marie Archibald
George Graham Armistead, I
Henry Shelton Armour
Clyde Elliott Bagwell, Jr.
Robert Lee Bailey
Cynthia Jean Barber
DE CA's President Black
Serves as District Officer
William Charles Barnard
Cynthia Kaye Barringer
Patricia Carol Baxter
Brian Curtis Bennett
Robert David Bennett
Nancy Carol Best
Norman Lydell Black
Terry Lewis Blackwell
Joy Tamara Blair
Pamela Sue Blanton
Edward Keith Boan
Robert Lorenzo Boggs
Elizabeth Barringer Boyd
Ronnie Glenn Braun
Margaret Brawley Bristol
Mary Ellen Brown
Martha Jane Caldwell
Stephen Hugh Caldwell
Carson, Cherry Oversee French, Spanish Activities
Debra Ann Campbell
Joe Watt Campbell
Mike Leon Campbell
Robert Lee Campbell
Tony Keith Campbell
Wendy Lee Carson
Burford Alan Cherry
Elizabeth Cornelius C
158 - Seniors
Davenporfs Enthusiasm Sparks Students' Spirit
Beverly Lajune Clark
Phillip Harvey Clark
,wa Beverly Jean Clarke
Sharon Denise Clarke
Robert Alvis Collier, III
Forrest Lee Combs, Jr.
Martin Rutledge Corriher
Crystal Marcella Cowan
James Vincent Crouch
Nancy Leigh Curlee
Brent Coleman Dagenhart
Barbara Nancy Dame
Angela Marie Davenport
Jeri Lynn Davidson
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Sherman Lee Ellis
Howard Kent Englebert
Vergie Leona Faust
Paul Edward Ferguson
160 i Seniors
Tina Marie Davidson fxf'
Gary Thomas Davis
Paul Preston Dearman, Ill
Eric Lee Dixon
Gregory Hoyle Dobbins
James Beverly Dooley, Jr.
Frye Again Presides Over Class of '75
Joseph Scott Duncan
Veronica Amelia Duren
James Ervin Earnhardt
Timothy Sean Ferron
Catherine Jane Fisher
Mark Steven Fleckenstein
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Ricky Lavon Flowers
Betty Ann Foster
David Edward Fox
Steven Owens Frye
Elizabeth Hart Gaines
Monica Lavern Garner
Linda Sue Gill
Mary Kay Gilleland
Gwyn Carolyn Gilliam
Julia Christian Gilliam
Marcus Jeremiah Gillon
Yvonne Roxanne Goldbaugh
John Marshall Goode
Robert Hanton Goss
Jack Wade Griffith
Rachel Ann Grubb
Frank David Haas
Pamela Jean Haithcox
Lawrence Edward Hall
Margaret Patricia Hamilton
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.Ioan Elizabeth Harmon
Teresa Ann Harmon
Debra Louise Harris
Denise Inez Harris - Q
Jerry Anthony Harris if
Debra Carol Henderson pi
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Robert Louis Holb ok
Norma Talmadge Hollo ay
Charlotte Le'gh Ho ne
Deborah Sh ro Housto
Gayle Ann Howard
Linda Harlan Howard
Barbara Lynne Huneycutt
Judith Carol Hunter
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Terry Ray Jenkins
Kimberly Ann John.
Carla Ginger Johnson
Elizabeth Hart Johnson
Sen'o '- 163
King, Gaines D
Randolph Smith Johnston
James Dyer Justice
Noreen Marie Kane
Keith Levan Keaton
Gary Allen Kilby
Jack Douglas King
Lillian Ann Kiser
Linda Mae Kitchings
Carole Leigh Kivett
Georgianna Ramona Lail
Richard Benjamin Leaptrott, Jr.
Stanley Charles Lippard
Mark Dewitt Lockman
164 - Seniors
irect Key Club, Fi-Y Activities
Head Eidolons Staff
Tina Lynn Loftis
William Scott Lowery
James Norris Loyd, Jr.
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Wendel Brent Lundy
David Wesley Lytton
Karen Denise Martin
Albert Crowson Matlock, Jr
Janice Denise McCollough
Geogre Lynn McConnell
Victor Loring McIntyre
James Eugene McJunkin
Richard Keith Messick
William Kent Messick
David Lee Middleton
Susan Kaye Miller
Kimberley Diane Mitcham Kaye Frances Moore
Marion Cynthia Jean Moose
Tri-Captains Myers, Rankins, Ferguson Pace Cagers
Roy Suther Morrison
Teresa Ann Morrison
William Gaston Morrison. Jr.
Louise Ann Mundhenke
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Susan Elizabeth Myers
Janet Yvonne Neils
Alvin Keith Nesbit
Johnny Ray Myers,Jr. 4 W
Audrey Benette Nesbit
Harriet Vaughn Nesbit
Frederick Netterwald, Jr.
Robin Denese Nicholson
166 - Seniors
Harmon Polk Supervise Trerl Staff Endeavors
Virginia Jo Parks
Richard Bernard Paschal
Roger Dale Pennell
John Dwight Pero
Laura Lee Phelps
Robert Glenn Plott
Barbara .lo Polk
Co-Captains Reid, Roseboro Stalk Varsity Gridiron
Terica Dawn Poole
Stephanie Gwenette Powers
Claude Excel! Raiford, III
Mary Elizabeth Ramsey
Kevin Ray Rankins
Cheryl Leah Redmond
Randy Remi Reid
Susan Leigh Robbins
Boyd Calvin Roberts
Sharon Kathey Robinson
Grace Lynne Rosby
Laine Ellen Shaner
Danita Jo Sharpe
Eartha Darlene Sharpe
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Randa Jane Shawver
Mary Clarie Sherrill
Debbie Margaret Shoemaker
Kimberly Larius Sloan
Sheila Dawn Smith
Cunis Steven Sparks
Darrell Lew Sparks
Steven Gray Sparks
Mark Wesley Slarnes
Julia Ann Stevens
Robin Josephine Stevenson
Robin Donna Stikeleather
John Wesley Stroud
Robin Rena Sturghill
Dewey William Taylor. Jr.
Kathy Ann Teague
Seniors - 169
Boris Benedict Walker
Gregory Wayne Walker
Richard Wayne Watts
Terry Rondon Watts
Kathryn Lee Wells
Hoyle Lee Whiteside, Jr.
Richard Early Whiting
170 - Seniors
Walker Adds Decisive Points for Grapplers
Thomas Brem Templeton
Robin Ann Tevcpaugh
Donald Harvey Tucker
Ronald Eugene Tucker
Brenda Gale Turner
Donna Louise Turnipseed
Russell Dean Whiting
Gerhea Celeste Williams
Jane Campbell Williams
May 30, l975 - Seniors Bid SHS A Fond
Sandra Lee Wilson
4 Barbara Elledge Winecoff
John Eric Wooten
Sarah Lawrence York
Bradford Wilford Young
Debra Sue Young
Class of '75 Exhibits Humor, Sensitivity, Dedication
Seniors Plan Early for Summer Beach Trips
While playing in the pool tournament, Keith
Nesbit carefully aims for the corner pocket.
Concentrating on a difficult side pocket shot,
Robbie Collier employs the senior lounge's new
Trying to promote spirit, chiefcheerleader Angela
Davenport comences a cheer.
Attending College Night at South Iredell, seniors
Betty Foster and Kim Sloan listen intently to one
of the college representatives.
Accompanying the Early Bird Chorus, Benji
Leaptrott "tinkles the ivories" with his rendition
of"Morning Has Broken."
Insulating himself against the December cold,
William "Evel" Barnard prepares to return home
after the band's Christmas concert.
Versatility and Energy Are Earmarks of Class of '75
With a only few minutes remaining before the 3:15 bell, Bo Walker catches up on some lost sleep
in his physical science class.
174 T Seniors
As they discuss their respective plans for after graduation, seniors Mark Fleckenstein, Carole Kivett, d J es E h
an am arn eardt grow
Having chosen to enlist in the Navy following
graduation, senior Tim Ferron reflects on his
decision before meeting with a recruiter.
SHS Offers Wide Spectrum
Ot Students As Well As Experiences
After being refused a stick of Juicy fruit, Mickey Reluctant to settle down to one man, Robin Bolick slyly entertains Eric Wooten and Rob Boggs si
Lewis checks the pockets of Russell Whiting to multancously.
be sure he really is out of gum. ,
Characterized by his outgoing and friendly personality, assistant prin-
cipal Marlin Tate takes time to joke with students during second lunch.
Loitering in the halls between classes, Watson Turner shows off his
"greasy" physique to Cynthia Bellamy.
Seniors - l75
CHRISTOPHER SCOTT ADAMS
French Club 2,33 Band l,2,3.
KATHERINE GARN ET'T ALEXANDER
Fi-Y 2,33 French Club 2,33 Chorus 2,3Q Beta
Club 2,32 AFS 33 JCL I3 Library Club 1,23
Boosters' Club l,2Q Junior Marshall 2.
KETA MAE ALEXANDER
French Club l,2,33 Chorus 2,33 Library Club
13 EIDOLONS 2.
LATIM ER BRECK ALEXANDERJV
Spanish Club 33 Track 23 Cross Country 3.
DEBORAH MARIA ARANT
Fi-Y 2,33 French Club 1,22 Chorus l,2,33
Boosters' Club 13 Drama Club I3 EIDOLONS
2,33 Governor's School 2.
ANN MARIE ARCHIBALD
French Club l,2,33 AFS 33 Boosters' Club 2,33
Queen of Clubs Contestant 3.
GEORGE GRAHAM ARMISTEAD
Student Assembly 33 Club Council 33 Fi-Y
sweetheart 33 Key Club 33 Junior Jaycees 1,23
Varsity Basketball 23 Varsity Football 2,33
J.V. Football lg Track 23 FCA l,2, president
33 Who's Who 33 Mr. SHS3 Blue and Gray
HENRY SHELTON ARMOUR .
Spanish Club 3g AFS l,2,33 JCL 1,23 Tennis
Manager 23 FCA 2.
CLYDE ELLIOTT BAGWELL, JR.
Band l,2,33 J.V. Basketball I3 Cross Country
ROBERT LEE BAILEY
Varsity Basketball 3g J.V. Basketball I3 Var-
sity Football 2,3Q J.V. Football I3 Track 2,33
CYNTHIA JEAN BARBER
Student Assembly 2,33 Club Council 33 Fi-Y
33 FTA 2, president 3g Band l,2,33 TRAIL
2,33 Quill and Scroll 33 JCL lg FHA 2,33
176 - Seniors
Class of '75
WILLIAM CHARLES BARNARD
Spanish Club 33 Chorus l,2,33 MMM 2,33
Band l,2,33 AFS 3g Mars Hill Choral Clinic
CYNTHIA KAYE BARRINGER
French Club 2.
PATRICIA CAROL BAXTER
BRIAN CURTIS BENNETT
VICA 13 DECA 2,3.
ROBERT DAVID BENNETT
Band l,2,33 AFS l.
NANCY CAROL BEST
NORMAN LYDELL BLACK
Club Council 33 DECA vice-president 2, pres-
ident 3g Track 23 Who's Who 3.
JOY TAM ARA BLAIR
DECA 2, vice-president 3.
PAM ELA SUE BLANTON
Band 1,23 AFS 13 Boosters' Club 1.
EDWARD KEITH BOAN
DECA l,2,33 VICA 3.
ROBERT LORENZO BOGGS
French Club 2,33 MMM 2,33 Band l,2,33 Beta
Club 2g Key Club l,2 chaplain 33 JCL 13
Tennis l,2,33 Election Board 3.
ELIZABETH GARRINGER BOYD
Student Assembly l,2, second vice-president
3g Club Council president 33 Fi-Y 2,33 French
Club l,2,33 Chours 23 MMM 2,33 Band l,2,33
AFS 33 Bagpiper 2, co-head 33 Who's Who 3.
RONALD GLENN BRAUN
Varsity Football 2,33 J.V. Football 13 Wres-
tling l,2,33 Track l,2,33 Boosters' Club 3.
MARGARET BRAWLEY BRISTOL
Student Assembly l,2,33 Fi-Y 2,33 French
Club 23 Chorus 23 Beta Club 2,33 AFS 3g JCL
13 Library Club 1,23 Boosters' Club l,2,33
Who's Who 3.
MARY ELLEN BROWN
Fi-Y 2,33 French Club l,2,33 JCL 13 Boosters'
JAMES GRISWALD BUSBY
MARTHA JANE CALDWELL
Spanish Club 3g FHA 3.
STEPHEN HUGH CALDWELL
Student Assembly l.
DEBRA ANN CAMPBELL
JOEL WATT CAMPBELL
Junior Jaycees 13 Wrestling l,2,33 Track I3
ROBERT LEE CAMPBELL
Band l,2,33 TRAIL photographer 2,3.
TONY KEITH CAMPBELL
WENDY LEE CARSON
Student Assembly 2g Club Council 3g Fi-Y
2,33 French Club l,2, president 3g BLUE 8a
GRAY artist 33 Quill and Scroll 3g Beta Club
2,33 Boosters' Club l3 EIDOLONS 2, art edi-
tor 3g Junior Marshall 23 Who's Who 3.
BURFORD ALVA CHERRY
Club Council 33 Spanish Club 2, president 3g
Key Club l,2,33 Golf l,3.
ELIZABETH CORN ELIUS CHILTON
Fi-Y 2,33 Spanish Club 2,33 Chorus l,2,3.
BEVERLY LEJ UNE CLARK 0
VICA 3g FHA 3.
PHILLIP HARVEY CLARK
French Club 2,33 Junior Jaycees l.
BEVERLY J EAN CLARK
SHARON DENISE CLARKE
CTransfer from North Iredellj French Club I3
DECA 2, secretary-treasurer 33 J.V. Cheer-
ROBERT ALVIS COLLIER, III
CTransfer from Brookwoodj French Club 15
Varsity Basketball 1,25 Boosters' Club 1,2.
FORREST LEE COMBS, JR.
CTransfer from West Iredellj DECA 3.
MARTIN RUTLEDGE CORRIHER
CRYSTAL MARCELLA COWAN
FTA 35 Chorus 35 FHA 15 EIDOLONS 35
CASEY VINCENT CROUCH
French Club 2,35 Golf l,2,3.
NANCY LEIGH CURLEE
Student Assembly l,2,35 Fi-Y 2,35 French
Club l,2,35 BLUE 84 GRAY columnist 2,35
TRAIL 2, copyeditor 35 AFS 2,35 Key Club
sweetheart 35 Varsity Cheerleader 2,35 Boost-
ers' Club l,2,35 Drama Club 35 EIDOLONS
25 Who's Who 35 Homecoming Queen 35
Class Secretary 2,35 Queen of Clubs Contes-
BRENT COLEMAN DAGENHART
VICA 35 J.V. Football 15 Track l,3.
FTA 15 DECA 35 J.V. Basketball 15 Boosters'
BARBARA NANCY DAME
Student Assembly 15 Fi-Y 2,35 French Club 25
TRAIL 2, sports editor 35 Quill and Scroll 35
JCL secretary 15 Tennis 2,35 Who's Who 35
Chairman of Election Board 35 Queen of
Clubs Contestant 3.
ANGELA MARIE DAVENPORT
Student Assembly 35 Club Council 35 Fi-Y
2,35 French Club 2,35 TRAIL 2, associate edi-
tor 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Beta Club 2,35 JCL
15 Library Club 15 Varsity Cheerleader 2,
chief 35 J.V. Cheerleader 15 Boosters' Club
l,2,35 FCA Sweetheart 35 Who's Who 35
Junior Marshall 25 homecoming Court 35
Queen of Clubs Contestant l,3.
Class of '75
JERI LYNN DAVIDSON
Fi-Y 2,35 French Club 2, treasurer 35 Band
l,2,35 JCL 15 Varsity Basketball 2,35 J.V.
Basketball 15 Bagpiper 2, co-head 35 FCA 35
Who's Who 3. 5
TINA MARIE DAVIDSON
Varsity Basketball 2,35 J.V. Basketball 1.
GARY THOMAS DAVIS
Spanish Club 25 Chorus l,2,35 Band l,2,35
PAUL PRESTON DEARMAN, III
Band l,2,35 TRAIL photographer 25 AFS
l,2,35 All State Band 3.
ERIC LEE DIXON h
Spanish Club 25 VICA 2,35 Drama Club 2.
GREGORY HOYLE DOBBINS
Spanish Club 35 French Club 25 Band l,2,35
Key Club 2,35 JCL 15 Varsity Basketball 2,35
J.V. Basketball 15 Track 2,35 Tennis 15 FCA
2,35 Cross Country 1.
JAMES BEVERLY DOOLEY, JR.
Spanish CLub 2,35 VICA 35 AFS 35 Varsity
Football 2,35 J.V. Football 15 Boosters Club 35
JOSEPH SCOTT DUNCAN
VERONICA AM ELIA DUREN
JAM ES ERVIN EARNHARDT
French Club 25 JCL 15 EIDOLONS 3.
SHERMAN LEE ELLIS U
HOWARD KENT ENGLEB ERT
Spanish Club 2,35 Chorus 2,35 MMM 2,35
Band l,2,35 AFS 3.
VERGIE LEONA FAUST
Fi-Y 2,35 Spanish Club 35 Band l,2,35 AFS
1,35 Boosters' Club 2,35 Majorette 35 FHA
PAUL EDWARD FERGUSON
Student Assembly 1,25 Band l,2,35 Varsity
Basketball 2,35 J.V. Basketball 15 Baseball l,2.
TIMOTHY SEAN FERRON
French Club 2,35 MMM 2,35 Band l,2,35
Drum Major 2,35 Key Club 25 JCL 15 Golf
1,35 Who's Who 3.
CATHERINE JANE FISHER
Fi-Y 2,35 French Club 25 BLUE 8: GRAY 3.
MARK STEPHEN FLECKENSI' EIN
Chorus l,2,35 MMM 2,35 TRAIL 25 Key Club
l,2,35 EIDOLONS 2, editor 3. .
RICKY LAVON FLOWERS
VICA 1,35 Varsity Basketball 2.
BETTY ANN FOSTER
Student Assembly 15 Fi-Y 35 FTA 35 Spanish
Club 35 Band l,2,35 Varsity Basketball Man-
ager 35 J.V. Basketball Manager 15 FHA 35
Bagpiper 2,35 Drama Club 3.
DAVID EDWARD FOX 5
Student Assembly 1, treasurer 2, president 35
Club Council 1,35 French Club 2,35 BLUE 8a
GRAY l,2, co-editor 35 Quill and Scroll 35
Beta Club 2,35 Key Club l,2,35 JCL president
15 Boosters' Club 35 FHA sweetheart 35 Class
President 15 Junior Marshall 25 Who's Who 35
Morehead Nominee 3.
STEVEN OWEN FRYE
Student Assembly 1,35 Key Club 35 Junior
Jaycees 1,25 Varsity Football 2,35 J.V. Foot-
ball 15 Baseball l,2,35 FCA 35 Who's Who 35
Class President 2,3.
ELIZABETH HART GAINES
Student Assembly 1,3, secretary 25 Club
Council 35 Fi-Y secretary 15 treasurer 2, pres-
ident 35 French Club 1,25 Beta Club 2,35 AFS
2, vice-president 35 Library Club 15 Boosters'
Club 35 Who's Who 35 Junior Marshall 25
DAR Good Citizen 25 Queen of Clubs Contes-
MONICA LAVERN GARNER
J.V. Basketball 1.
Seniors -- 177
LINDA SUE GILL
AFS 33 Boosters Club 13 FHA 3.
MARY KAY GILLELAND
Club Council 33 Fi-Y 2,3Q French Club l,2,33
Chorus 2,33 BLUE 83 GRAY 2, co-editor 33
Quill and Scroll 3g Beta Club 2,33 Boosters'
Club 1,33 Drama Club 33 Who's Who 33
Junior Marshall 23 Governor's School 23
Queen of Clubs Contestant 3.
GWYN CAROLYN GILLIAM
tTransfer from Brookwoodj Fi-Y 33 French
Club lg Newspaper 13 BLUE8c GRAY 33 An-
nual 1,23 Beta Club 2,31 AFS secretary-
treasurer 3g Varsity Cheerleader 1,23 Boosters'
Club 2,33 Drama Club 2g Junior Marshall 23
National Merit Semi-Finalist 33 Queen of
Clubs Contestant 3.
JULIA CHRISTIAN GILLIAM
CTransfer from Brookwoodj Fi-Y 33 French
Club l,2,33 Beta Club 23 AFS 33 Varsity
Cheerleader 23 Boosters' Club 33 Queen of
Clubs Contestant 3.
MARCUS J ER EM IAH GILLION
YVONNE ROXANNE GOLDBAUGH
Fi-Y 33 Spanish Club 2,33 Chorus l,2,33
JOHN MARSHALL GOODE
French Club 13 VICA 33 Varsity Football 2,33
J.V. Football lg Wrestling l,2,33 FCA 1,2,3.
ROBERT HANTON GOSS
tTransfer from West Iredellj Wrestling 3.
JACK WADE GRIFFITH
Student Assembly 23 BLUE 8: GRAY 2,33
AFS 33 Key Club 2, vice-president 33 Wres-
tling 1,23 Tennis I,2,3Q Boosters' Club 33 FCA
1,2, vice-president 3.
RACHEL ANN GRUBB
FRANK DAVID HAAS
French Club l,2,33 Beta Club 2,33 J.V.
Basketball 2g Golf 2,33 Junior Marshall 23
Boys' State 2.
178 - Seniors
Class of '75
PAM ELA J EAN HAITHCOX
LAWRENCE EDWARD HALL .
Chorus 3g VICA 2g Track 33 Drama Club 3.
MARGARET PATRICIA HAMILTON
Fi-Y 2,33 Spanish Club vice-president 3g Beta
Club 2,33 JCL lg Library Club secretary-
treasurer lg vice-president 2, Junior Marshall
co-chief 2g Who's Who 33 Boosters' Club
l,2,33 EIDOLONS 2,33 Morehead Semi-
JOAN ELIZABETH HARMON
Student Assembly 33 Club Council 33 Fi-Y
2,33 French Club 2,33 BLUE 83 GRAY colum-
nist 3g TRAIL 2, co-editor 33 Quill and Scroll
33 Beta Club 2, secretary 33 AFS 3g JCL 13
Library Club 13 Junior Marshall co-chief 23
Who's Who 33 Boosters' Club 33 Morehead
Nominee 33 National Merit Semi-Finalist 3.
TERESA ANN HARMON
Fi-Y 2,32 French Club 1,23 Varsity
Cheerleader 33 J.V. Cheerleader lg Boosters'
DEBRA LOUISE HARRIS
Student Assembly 2,33 Club Council 2,33 FTA
3g Band l,2,33 Quill and Scroll 33 Who's Who
33 EIDOLONS 2,33 FHA 1, president 2,33
Drama Club vice-president 33 Queen of Clubs
DENISE INEZ HARRIS
Band l,2,33 Varsity Basketball 2,33 J.V.
Basketball lg Boosters' Club 13 FCA 33 FHA
JERRY ANTHONY HARRIS
VICA 2, vice-president 33 Track 33 Tennis 3.
ADA LYNN HARTLEY
French Club 1,2.
DEBRA CAROL HENDERSON
Chorus 23 BLUE 8: GRAY 2,33 EIDOLONS
ROGER DALE HILL
Student Assembly 23 Band l,2,3.
RONALD NEILL HILLARD
DEBORAH ANN HODGES
Student Assembly l,2,33 Fi-Y 2g French Club
1,23 J.V. Cheerleader lg Boosters' Club l,2,33
ROBERT LOUIS HOLBROOK
VICA 2,33 Wrestling l,2,33 Track 33 Drama
NORMA TALMADGE HOLLOWAY
Fi-Y 2,33 Spanish Club 33 Chorus 33 Boosters'
Club 1,23 EIDOLONS 2,3.
CHARLOTTE LEIGH HORNE
DEBORAH SHARON HOUSTON
FTA 33 Band l,2,33 Majorette 3g FHA 1,2
GAYLE ANN HOWARD
Band l,2,33 Bagpiper 3.
LINDA HARLAN HOWARD
Spanish Club 3g Boosters' Club lg FHA l,2,33
BARBARA LYNNE HUN EYCUT1'
Junior Marshall 2.
J UDITH CAROL HUNTER
Spanish Club 33 JCL lg Varsity Basketball
2,33 J.V. Basketball co-captain 13 Tennis 2,33
Booster's Club 33 Drama Club 2.
NORMAN CRAWFORD JAMES
TERRY RAY J ENKINS
Spanish Club 3g Band l,2,3.
KIMBERLY ANN JOHNS
CARLA GINGER JOHNSON
Student Assembly l,2,33 Fi-Y 2,33 French
Club 23 Varsity Cheerleader 2,33 J.V.
Cheerleader lg Boosters' Club l,2,33 Who's
Who 33 Miss Merry Christmas 33 Queen of
Clubs Contestant 3.
ELIZABETH HART JOHNSTON
Fi-Y 35 French Club 15 Boosters' Club 3.
RANDOLPH SMITH JOHNSTON
Key Club 2,35 Wrestling l,2,35 Baseball 3.
JAMES DYER JUSTICE, VI
French Club 15 Band l,2,35 Wrestling 1.
NOREEN MARIE KANE
TRAIL 2,35 FHA 1.
KEITH LEVAN KEATON
VICA 15 Varsity Basketball 35 Varsity Foot-
ball 35 J.V. Football I5 VICA l,3.
French Club 25 TRAIL 2.
GARY ALLEN KILBY
VICA president 35 Varsity Football 25 J.V.
JACK DOUGLAS KING
Student Assembly l,2,35 Club Council vice-
president 35 Spanish Club treasurer 25 Beta
Club 2,35 AFS 35 Key Club l,secretary 2,pres-
ident 35 Tennis l,2,35 FCA 35 Who's Who 35
Junior Marshall 25 Boys' State 25 Morehead
Nominee 3. BLUE 81. GRAY columnist 3.
LILLIAN ANN KISER
French Club l,2, secretary 35 Beta Club 2,35
EIDOLONS 2,35 Junior Marshall 2.
LINDA MAE KITCHINGS
Fi-Y 2,35 French Club 2, treasurer 35 Beta
Club 2,35 Junior Marshall 25 National Merit
CAROLE LEIGH KIVETI'
iTransfer from Brookwoodj Fi-Y 35 French
Club 1,35 Beta Club 2,35 Class Secretary 15
Drama Club 35 Queen of Clubs Contestant 3.
GEORGINA RAMONA LAIL
CYNTHIA DIANE LAMBERT
Class of '75
RICHARD BENJAMIN LEAPTROTT, JR.
Club Council 35 French Club 2,35 Chorus 2,35
MMM 2,35 AFS l,2, president 35 JCL 15
STANLEY CHARLES LIPPARD
French Club 25 AFS l,2,35 Junior Jaycees 1,25
Varsity Football 1,25 Boosters' Club 2,3.
MARK DEWITT LOCKMAN
Junior Jaycees 1,25 Boosters' Club 3.
TINA LYNN LOFTIS
French Club 25 VICA 3.
WILLIAM SCOTT LOWRY
JAMES NORRIS LOYD, JR.
Spanish Club 35 Band l,2,35 AFS l,2,35 JCL
WENDEL BRENT LUNDY
DECA 35 Band l,2.
DAVID WESLEY LYTTON
Junior Jaycees 1,25 J.V. Football l5 Track 2,35
Boosters' Club 3.
KAREN DEN ISE MARTIN
ALBERT CROWSON MATLOCK, J R.
J AN ICE DENISE MCCOLLOUGH
Chorus l,2,35 DECA 2.
LYNN GEORGE MCCONNELL
Junior Jaycees 1,25 J.V. Football 15 Baseball
VICTOR LORING MCINTYRE
Spanish Club 25 Chorus 35 Band l,2,3.
JAMES EUGENE MCJUNKIN
Student Assembly 25 Spanish Club 25 BLUE
8: GRAY photographer 35 AFS 35 Boosters'
RICHARD KEITH MESSICK
Spanish Club 35 Banu l,2,35 Baseball 25
Boosters' Club 2,3.
WILLIAM KENT MESSICK
Spanish Club 35 Band l,2,35 Boosters' Club 3.
DAVID LEE M IDDLET ON
Club Council 35 French Club l5 MMM l,2,
president 35 Band l,2,35 Beta Club 25 Key
Club l,2,35 All State Band 2,3.
Fi-Y 35 FTA 2,35 Spanish Club 35 Band l,2,3.
KIMBERLY DIANE Mrrcl-IAM
BLUE at GRAY 3, Quill and sewn 3, FHA
2, EIDOIDNS 3.
FRANCES KAYE MOORE
J.V. Basketball l.
CINDY JEAN MOOSE
DECA l,2,35 Voice of Democracy 3.
CLYDE DWAYNE MORRISON
ROY SUTHER MORRISON
TERESA ANN MORRISON
French Club 25 JCL I5 Library Club l.
WILLIAM GAST ON MORRISON, JR.
French Club 2,35 Golf 2,35 FCA 2,3.
LOUISE ANN MUNDHENKE
Fi-Y 2, chaplain 35 French Club 2,35 Chorus
2,35 Quill and Scroll 35 Beta Club 2,35 AFS
2,35 EIDOLONS 2, senior editor 3.
JOHNNY RAY MYERS
VICA l,2,35 Varsity Basketball 2,35 J.V.
Basketball 15 Track 2.
SUSAN ELIZABETH MYERS
ALVIN KEITH NESBIT
Varsity Football 25 J.V. Football 15 Wrestling
2,35 Baseball 35 FCA 3.
AUDREY BENETTE NESBIT
HARRIET VAUGHN NESBIT
Band 13 FHA l,3.
FREDERICK NETTERWALD, J R.
ROBIN DENISE NICHOLSON
TRAIL 2, business menager 33 JCL 1.
JOHN SCOTT NORRIS
French Club 23 Key Club 2,3Q J .V. Basketball
13 Varsity Football 2,33 J.V. Football 13 Base-
ball 2,31 Who's Who 33 Boosters' Club 3g FCA
BARBARA LOUISE OVERBY
Chorus 13 DECA 33 Varsity Basketball 3.
JUDY CR EE OV ERCASH
WILLIAM RAY OWEN, JR.
Band 13 Key Club 33 Varsity Football 2,33
J.V. Football I3 Track 2,33 FCA 2,3.
STEVEN LYNN OWENS
Wrestling l,2,33 Boosters' Club 2.
REBIKICA LYNN PARK
Fi-Y 2,3Q Spanish Club 33 FHA 2,3Q Boosters'
VIRGINIA JO PARKS
RICHARD BERNARD PASCHAL
French Club 2,33 Band l,2,33 Beta Club 2g
Golf l,2,33 FCA 2.
-ROGER DALE PENNELL'
JOHN DWIGHT PERO
French Club l,2,33 Chorus l,2,33 Wrestling 13
Track 33 Boosters' Club 33 FCA 2,3.
LAURA LEE PHELPS
Student Assembly I,2,3Q Club Council secre-
l80 -- Seniors
Class of '75
tary-treasurer 3g Fi-Y 2,33 French Club l,2,33
BLUE 8: GRAY 2, associate editor 33 Quill
and Scroll 3g Beta Club 2,33 Library Club I3
J.V. Cheerleader 13 Boostas' Club l, secre-
tary-treasurer 2, president 3g Drama Club 33
Who's Who 33 Junior Marshall 23 Queen of
Clubs Contestant 3.
Student Assembly 1,23 Chorus 23 Varsity
Cheerleader 2,33 J .V. Cheerleader oo-chief I3
Boosters' Club l,2,33 Homecoming Court 33
Miss SHS. V
ROBERT GLENN PLOTI'
BARBARA JO POLK
Student Assembly 23 Club Council 3g Fi-Y
2,33 FTA 2g MMM l,2, vice-president 33 Band
l,2,33 TRAIL 2, co-editor 33 Quill and Scroll
33 Beta Club 23' Library Club 13 Boosters'
Club 1,23 Maiorette 2, head 3g Who's Who 3g
Queen of Clubs Contestant 3.
TERICA DAWN POOLE
Student Assembly 1,21 Fi-Y 2,33 Spanish Club
23 BLUE 8c GRAY 33 AFS treasurer 23 Var-
sity Basketball 2,33 J.V. Basketball 13 Tennis
33 Boosters' Club 1, treasurer 3.
STEPHANIE GWENEIT E POWERS
Student Assembly 33 Fi-Y 2,33 French Club 13
Chorus 33 Band l,2,33 Bagpiper 2,33 FTA 3.
CLAUDE EXCELL RAIFORD, III
French Club 13 Beta Club 23 AFS 13 Key Club
l,2,33 Varsity Basketball 23 J .V. Basketball l3
Baseball I,2,31 FCA 2,3.
MARY ELIZABETH RAMSEY
Fi-Y 2,33 French Club 2,33 Beta Club 2,31
JCL I3 Library Club 1,22 Junior Marshall 2.
KEVIN RAY RANKINS
VICA l,2,33 Varsity Basketball 2,33 J.V.
CI-IERYL LEAH REDMOND
Student Assembly I3 Spanish Club 2,33 Beta
Club 2,33 Library Club 13 Varsity Basketball
2,33 J.V. Basketball 13 Junior Marshall 2.
RANDY REMI REID
Junior Jaycees 23 Varsity Fooball 2, co-cap-
tain 33 J.V. Football captain 13 FCA 2,3.
SUSAN LEIGH ROBBINS
Fi-Y 2,33 Spanish Club l,2,33 Chorus I,2Q
Varsity Basketball Manager 33 Boosters' Club
13 FHA 3.
CALVIN BOYD ROBERTS
VICA 2g Wrestling 2.
SHARON KATHY ROBINSON
GRACE LYNNE ROSBY
FTA 3g Chorus 2,33 Band l,2,33 Bagpiper 33
Drama Club president 33 EIDOLONS 3.
BILLY WILLIAM ROSEBORO, JR.
VICA l,2,33 Varsity Basketball 33 Varsity
Football 2,31 J.V. Football I3 Wrestling lg
LAINE ELLEN SHAN ER
Fi-Y 33 French Club 33 Beta Club 23 AFS 33
Boosters' Club 33 EIDOLONS 3.
DANITA JO SHARPE
EARTHA DARLENE SHARPE
Chorus 33 VICA 3g Boosters' Club 23 Drama
RI-IANDA JANE SHAWVER
MARY CLAIRE SHERRILL
CTransfer from Brookwoodj Fi-Y 3g French
Club vice-president 13 Newspaper 13 BLUE 8:
GRAY 33 Annual 13 Beta Club secretary 2,33
AFS 3g Tennis 33 Junior Marshall chief 2g
Class Vice-President I,2Q Boosters' Club 33
Morehead Finalist 33 National Merit Semi-
DEBBIE MARGARET SHOEMAKER
KIMBERLY LARIUS SLOAN
Student Assembly 1,33 FTA 33 Band l,2,33
Varsity Basketball 2,33 J.V. Basketball Man-
ager lg Queen of Clubs Contestant 3.
MICHAEL LEE SMITH
CTransfer from North Iredellj BLUE 8:
GRAY sports editor 23 DECA 33 Varsity
Football 13 Bowling Club 1.
SHELIA DAWN SMITH
Fi-Y 2,33 Spanish Club 2,3Q FHA 3.
CURTIS STEVEN SPARKS
French Club 23 Band l,2,33 Track 2.
DARRELL LEW SPARKS
Student Assembly 13 VICA 2,3.
STEPHEN GRAY SPARKS
MARK WESLEY ST ARNES
DECA 2g VICA 3.
JULIA ANN STEVENS
FTA 33 DFDA 33 Miss DECA 3.
ROBIN JOSEPHINE ST EVENSON
Student Assembly first vice-president 3g Fi-Y
2,33 TRAIL 2, picture editor 33 Quill and
Scroll 3g Varsity Cheerleader 2, co-chief 33
J.V. Cheerleader 13 Class Vice-President 2g
Boosters' Club l,2,33 Homecoming Queen 33
Homecoming Court 23 Queen of Clubs 23
Who's Who 3.
WILLIAM FREDERICK ST EVENSON
ROBIN DONNA STIKELEATHER
Fi-Y 3g Spanish Club 2,32 Varsity Cheerleader
3g Boosters' Club 1,33 Drama Club 3g Queen
of Clubs Contestant 3.
JOHN WESLEY ST ROUD
Spanish Club 3g Band l,2,33 AFS l,2,3.
ROBIN RENA ST URGHILL
Class of '75
DEWEY WILLIAM TAYLOR, JR.
KATHY ANN TEAGUE
Spanish Club 3g Boosters' Club 23 Betty
Crocker Award 3.
THOMAS BREM TEMPLETON
Student Assembly 2g Spanish Club 23 Beta
Club 23 Key Club 3g Wrestling l,2,33 Who's
ROBIN ANN TEVAPAUGH
Fi-Y 2,33 Spanish Club 2,33 FHA 2,33
DONALD HARVEY TUCKER
French Club 2,3Q Beta Club 2,33 JCL 13
EIDOLONS 33 Junior Marshall 2.
RONALD EUGENE TUCKER
BRENDA GALE TURNER
DONNA LOUISE TURNIPSEED
Fi-Y 2,33 French Club 2,33 Chorus 2,3Q MMM
2,33 Band l,2,33 Beta Club 2,33 JCL 13
EIDOLONS 2,33 Junior Marshall 2.
BORIS BENEDICT WALKER
Student Assembly l,2,33 Band I,2Q Junior
Jaycees 1,22 Varsity Football 2g J.V. Football
13 Wrestling l,2,33 FCA 3g EIDOLONS 2.
GREG WAYNE WALKER
VICA l,2,33 J.V. Basketball Manager l,2,3.
RICHARD WAYNE WATTS
TERRY RONDON WATTS
French Club 1.
KATHRYN LEE WELLS
tTransfer from Brookwoodl Student As-
sembly vice-president 23 Fi-Y 3g Beta Club 23
Tennis 33 Junior Marshall 23 Annual I,2Q
HOYLE LEE WHITESIDE, JR.
Key Club 33 Tennis l,2,33 FCA 3.
RICHARD EARLY WHITING
Wrestling 2,3Q Track 3g FCA 3.
RUSSELL DEAN WHITING
French Club 3.
GERI-IEA CELESTE WILLIAMS
Fi-Y 2,33 French Club 2,33 TRAIL 2, layout
editor 33 Quill and Scroll 3g JCL lg Library
Club 23 Boosters' Club 1,22 EIDOLONS 23
Queen of Clubs Contestant 2.
JANE CAMPBELL WILLIAMS
Club Council 3g Fi-Y 2,33 French Club 2,33
TRAIL 2,33 Quill and Scroll 33 Beta Club 2,
president 33 JCL 13 Library Club I,2Q Boost-
ers' Club 13 Junior Marshall 23 Who's Who 3.
SANDRA LEE WILSON
Spanish Club 2,33 Varsity Basketball 2,33 J .V.
BARBARA ELLEDGE WINECOFF
JOHN ERIC WOOTEN
French Club 2,33 Chorus 23 Band l,2,33 Base-
ball 33 Boosters' Club 2,3.
SARAH LAWRENCE YORK
tTransfer from South Carolinaj Student As-
sembly 13 Fi-Y 2, vice-president 33 French
Club lg Chorus 33 AFS 3g Queen of Clubs
BRADLEY WILFORD YOUNG
J.V. Football 13 Varsity Football 2,33 FCA 3.
DEBRA SUE YOUNG
Fi-Y 2,33 FTA 2, vice-president 3g French
Club 2,33 Band l,2,33 JCL lg J.V. Basketball
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"Takin' Care of Business"
ln a year brimming with
Financial disasters and drawbacks
Merchants and professionals
Have once again generously
Donated money to the yearbook
Through their purchases of ads.
Staff members are especially
Grateful that these patrons
Forgot about the recession
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Whether you realize it or not,
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motto is "Can Do" and we live by it's
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Office Phone - 873-5854
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Home Phone 528-4308
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We, the 1975 Trail Staff, would like to express our
sincere appreciation to the business community ot
Statesville for their willing cooperation and patronage
Route 9, Box 124-A Highway 64 East
Statesville, N.C. Phone 872-9857
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Tasty World Restaurant
BUDGET LUXURY MOTELS
CARSON'S COIN 8t STAMP SHOP
"Garrett Metal Mineral Detectors"
Furniture Manufacturers Agentl
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Statesville, North Carolina
Science and lndustry
JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME
AND AMBULANCE SERVICE
Statesville, N. C.
STATESVILLE GLASS AND MIRROR
Specializing in store fronts and
custom picture framing
Statesville, N. C.
Statesville, North Carolina 28677
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Stzitesville Senior High School
LONGUS FAMILY SHOE STORE
of casual and
REX'S DEPARTMENT STORE
104 S. Center St.
Statesville, N. C.
golf and team
Guns - Ammunition
202 - Ads
STATESVILLE ICE AND FUEL Co. CAROLINA TIRE COMPANY
Division ot' Brad Ragan
149 East Front Street
Statcsvillc, North Carolina
Webb Insurance Agency
Insurance is Security
318 South Center Street
901 North Center Street
Congratulations to the graduating class of 1975. Best
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Abercrombie, Mr. Ciene1 21, 31, 70, 71, 113
Abercrombie, Sharon 1 34, 35, 48. 57. 65,
Abernathy. Thomas 1- 125. 139
ALlZ1H1S.P8U16ll6'f1 44, 57. 60. 65. 141. 150
Adams, Scott 1 44, 60, 156
Adams. Tommy 1- 64. 71, 141
Adams, William 1 58
Adler, Lauren 11 44. 57, 62. 65, 85, 101. 109
Aiken. Tammy 1125
Aldrich, C1'12lI'1Cl'lC134, 38, 50. 57. 61. 91,
Alexander. Cheryl 1 1 40, 60. 63. 65. 125. 139
Alexander. Keta 148, 60, 63. 156
Alexander, Kitty1 50. 57. 60. 96. 111, 156
Alexander. Latimer 1 88. 156
Alexander, Thomas 1 44. 45. 125, 137
Allen, James 1 125
Alley. Terry 1 141
Allison. Andrew' 1 125
Allison. Doris 166, 125
Allison. .1ames1 88, 141
Allison John 118. 125
Allison, Sandra 11 53. 156
Aman. Ellen 1 21. 34, 63. 65.
Ambrose. Mrs. .lan 1 31
Anders. Nancy 1- 141
Armstrong, Allyson 1 44, 46, 141
Arrington, Glenda1- 65, 97, 141
Arrington, Phil 1 126
Arrington. Phil 1 88
Ashe, Mr. Richard1 1 1
Atwell, Eddie1153, 141
Ayers, Kim1 61.141
Bagwell, Clyde 1 44. 156
Bailey. Dr. Robert 1- 11
Bailey, Robert 1 64, 70, 71, 73, 76, 88. 156
Baker. Beth 1 44, 65, 126
Baker, Chip 1 61. 86, 92, 141
Baker. Jimmy 1 48. 62. 126
Baker, G. 1 54
Barber, Cynt 1- 34. 37.39, 43. 44. 51. 57. 67.
Barger, Mr. Cecil 1 ll
Barnard, John144, 48, 61, 63.97. 141
Barnard, William 1 44, 48. 49, 63. 157. 173
Barnes. Rhonda1 126
Barnette, Danny 1- 92, 141
Barnhardt, Elaine1 126
Barrett, Kim -1 44. 126
Barringer, Cynthia 1 22, 157
Bass. Billy144, 58, 61. 141
Bass, Robin1 126
Baumgarner. Kim 1 17. 42, 43, 44, 50, 97,
Black. Baron1 142
Black, Norman 1 37, 53, 88, 102, 157
Black, Regina1 126
Blackwell, Barbara 1 48, 126
Blackwell, Char1es1 70, 71, 72, 73, 76, 142
Blackwell, Joe1 126
Blackwell, Lena 1 64, 142
. Terry148, 64, 71, 88, 154, 157
Blanton, Pam1 157
Blevins, Sherry 1 42, 43, 44, 57, 61, 65, 67,
Blowe, Dollgl 126
Boan, Eddie 1 53, 157
Bodie, Lenze11-- 142
Boggs, Chet 1 14, 64, 86, 126
Boggs, Jennifer1 34, 61, 65, 142
Boggs, Rob144, 49, 58, 60, 91, 157. 175
Bolick, Allen 1 142
Bo1ick,Robin1l3,44. 126, 175
Bondurant, Bill 1 126
Bondurant, Thomas 1 88
r. Vester1 11
Borders, Mrs, Sarah 1 31
Boyce, Mark 1 62, 86, 126
Boyd, Elizabeth 1 34, 37, 44, 47, 49, 57, 60,
101, 102, 113, 158 1
Brake, Mr, F1'2iI'lk1 25, 31
Brantley, Lisa140, 61, 65. 66, 107, 113, 142
Braun, Mike 1 88
Braun, Ronnie1 71, 73, 86, 88. 158
Brawley. Wanda1 54, 142
Breneman, Todd 1 44. 60, 63, 126
argaret 1 34, 50. 57, 63. 102. 158
r. COWlCS1 64
Brittain, Mike1 42, 43, 142
Brittain, Tim 1126
Britto, Ramona1 127
Brooks, Jennifer -1 34, 40, 60, 63. 65, 124,
Brooks, Mrs. Ruth 1 26, 31
Brown, Mary 1 57, 60, 65, 110, 158
Brown. Mike1 58. 127
Brown, Tommy 1 86, 127
Brown, Mrs. Wil1ie1 12, 31
Bruce, Dale 1 52, 127
Bruning, Patti 1 34, 40, 60, 63, 85. 107. 127
Burkett, Carol 1 127
Burrow, Lois144, 142, 153
Bustle, Mr. Jerry1 18, 31, 76. 93, lll
Cable, Marissa1 44, 47, 66, 142
Caldwell, Audrey 1 54
Caldwell, Martha 1 61. 66. 158
Caldwell, Steve 1 158
Campbell, Cathy 1 42. 43, 60, 65, 142
Campbell, David1 127
Campbell. Debra1 158
Campbell, Joe 1158
Campbell. Mike17l. 73. 86, 158
Anderson. Charles 1 125, 139
Anderson. Vanesta 1 125
Angell. Mary --f- 44. 62, 65. 125
Anthony, Michael 1- 44, 125
Arant. Deborah 1 42, 156
Archibald, Ann 1 60, 63. 65. 107. 156
Archiba1d,Joe1 34. 58, 75. 125, 139
Armistead. Chand1er1 64. 86, 91. 141
Armistead, Tripp 1- 34. 37. 57. 58, 64, 70, 7
72, 73.88.l0l. 102.156
Armour. Shelton1 61, 63. 156
Baxter, Pal' 48, 157
Bellamy. Cynthia-1 19, 54. 126, 175
Bellamy. Shelia1 126
Bellamy Virginia154, 126
Bennett, Brian 1 53. 157
Bennett, Mike 11 141
Bennett, Robert144. 157
Bentley. Dr. Ralph 1 ll
Best. Doris1 54. 141
Best. Nancy 1 157
Randy 1 55, 126
Campbell, Pau116l, 142
Campbell, Tony1 158
Carrigan, Pam 1 50. 61. 142
Carson, Billy 1 64, 86, 127
Carson. Ethan1 34. 44. 58. 59, 61. 140, 142.
Carson, Wendy1 37, 42, 43, 50, 51. 57. 60.
96, 102. 158
Cash, Susan 1 143
Cavendish, Sandy1 35.38. 50, 57. 61. 97.
Chamberlain, Terry - 65, 127
Chambers, Drucilla - 54, 143
Chambers, Edward- 54, 143
Chambers, Harvey - 31
Cherry, Burford- 37, 58, 61, 113, 158
Chilton, Beth -48, 57, 61, 158
Chilton, Mrs. Mabel- 12, 31, 57
Chuber, Ann- 15, 41, 57, 60, 63, 65, 90,
Clark, Beverly- 54, 159
Clark, Reba- 54, 143
Clarke, Jean- 159
Clarke, Sharon - 53, 159
Clarke, Thomas - 143
Clarke, Vanessa- 127
Clerici, Guy - 127
Cline, Michael- 44, 127
Cloer, Ann - 143
Cole, Mrs. Esther-29, 31
Collier, Robby- 159, 173
Collins, Rusty -
Combs, Junior - 159
Comer, Robert- 127
Conner, James - 127
Connor, Kathy - 127
Cook, Mr. Bill-
Cook, Ed- 58, 61, 64, 65, 76, 77, 89, 143
Corbett, Jeff- 109
Cornacchionne, Sal- 86, 127
Cornelius, Jeff- 127
Cornelius, Pam - 57, 61, 66, 143
Corriher, Mart- 159
Cowan, Crystal -43, 48, 52, 67, 159
Cowan, Vivian - 83, 127
Cox, Caroline- 44, 61, 66,143
Crawford, Mr. Howard - 27
Crawford, Robert- 44, 128
Crawford, Susan- 143
Crouch, Casey - 159
Curlee, Nancy- 34, 35, 36, 39, 52, 57, 58,
60, 63, 65, 84, 101, 102, 103, 106,107,
Curtis, Sue - 128
Dagenhart, Brent- 159
Dalton, James - 25, 128
Dalton, Kathy- 53, 159
Dame, Barbie- 39, 51, 57, 90, 100, 102, 159
Daniels, Frances- 67, 84, 143
Daniels, Janice - 21, 128
Daniels, James - 34
Daniels, Terry -
Daugherty, Tim - 55, 128
Davenport, Angie - 34, 37, 39, 50, 51. 57,
60, 64, 65, 84, 96, 101, 102, 106, 107,
Davidson, Cathy - 14, 62, 63, 65, 100, 128
Davidson, Eric-64, 86, 89, 143
Davidson, James- 75, 79, 128
Davidson, Mr. John - 20, 31, 89
Davidson, Julie - 44, 97, 143
Davidson, Lynn - 44. 47, 57. 60, 64, 102,
Davidson, Paul -62, 86, 128
Davidson, Roy - 55, 128
Davidson. Tina - 62, 81, 160
Davis, April- 90
Davis, Colin - 44, 128
Davis, David - 86
Davis, Mrs. Emma- 14, 31
Davis, Gary - 44, 48, 88, 160
Kelly - 64, 86, 89, 144
Dearman, Chuck - 13, 28, 44, 63, 100, 160 Ferguson, Paul H- 44, 66, 76, 92, 93. 101 1
Dearman, Mrs. Norma- 16, 31, 63
Dearman, Steve - 61, 144
Deaton, Margaret- 21, 42, 43, 128
Derr, Mr. Wilmer- 16, 31, 34, 36
Dillard, Debra- 128
Dillard, Donna- 128
Dishman, Penny- 53, 144, 153
Dison, Billy- 144
Dixon, Eric - 53, 160
Dixon, Mr. Lloyd- 18, 19, 31, 58, 100, 105
Dobbins, Greg -- 44, 58, 60, 64, 76, 88, 160
Ferron, Tim - 44, 45, 49, 60, 102, 161 174
Ferron, Colleen - 129
Fetzer, Dawn - 60, 63, 129
Fink, Jim -144
Fisher, Cathy 57, 161
Fleckenstein, Mark -4- 13, 37, 42, 43, 48 49
155, 161, 174
Fleming, Micheal- 86, 129
Flowers, Ricky- 161
Fortner, Barbara- 19, 129
Dobbins, James- 128 Foster, Betty - 44, 47, 48, 57, 61, 66, 67
Dobbins, Rusty - 144
Dodd, Chris - 44, 144
Fox, Danny- 129
Dooley, Bobby- 15, 61, 128, 153
Dooley, Jim-61, 63, 64, 71, 73, 160
Douglas, Nan - 50, 57, 61, 65, 97, 144
Drolet, Thomas - 128
Duncan, Joe- 113, 160
Duncan, Karla- 129
Duncan, Steve - 54, 55, 144
Duren, Veronica - 54, 160
Dyson, Janis - 184
Early, Harold - 44
Earnhardt, Delia- 61, 140, 144
Earnhardt, Jim - 43, 160, 174
Edwards, Darlene- 129
El1er,Jackie-43, 63, 65, 125, 129
Ellis, Mrs. Deborah - 20, 31, 52
Ellis, Sherman - 160
Englebert, Kent- 44, 48, 49, 60. 61. 63. 160
Epps, Kelly-43, 57, 61.65, 144, 146
Faust, Leona-44, 46, 57, 61, 63. 65, 160
Feimster, Anita- 44, 46, 66, 97, 144. 152
Feimster, Sandra- 53. 144
Fox, David- 34, 37, 40, 50, 51, 58, 60 65
66, 96, 98,101, 102,161
Fox, Gill- 65, 71, 92, 144
Fox, Kim - 40, 66, 144
Fraley, Alf- 86, 144
Freeman, Marissa- 60, 65, 144
Frye, Mr. CA. - 31, 70, 71, 76,
Frye, Steve- 10, 34, 36, 37, 58, 64, 70
73,92,102, 111, 154.161
Fulp, Ken - 129
Furches, Jane- 83, 129
Gaines, Elizabeth - 34, 35, 36, 37, 50, 7
63, 65, 96, 100, 102, 161
Gaither, Marsha- 144
Galliher, Mrs. Marion- 21, 31, 83,90
Garland, John - 144
Garner, Monica- 161
Garner, Rodney- 129
Gatton, Mark - 54, 129
Gentle, Terry - 129
Geter, Barbara- 129
Gibbs, Wanda- 145
Gill, Robert-44, 129
Gill, Thomas - 44, 62, 129
Gill, Linda- 161
Gilleland, Kay- 37, 40, 48, 50, 51, 52, 57,
60, 65, 96, 102, 109, 161
Gillespie, Sammy- 34, 35, 76, 78, 100, 124,
Gilliam, Chris- 57, 60, 63, 65, 100,155, 161
Gilliam, Gwyn - 41, 50, 57, 63, 65, 96, 98,
Gilliam, Lisa- 39, 42, 43, 50, 65, 97, 145
Gilliam, State - 129
Goldbaugh, Yvonne - 43, 48, 56, 57, 61, 161
Goode, Brian-43, 58, 61, 63, 145
Goode, John - 55, 64, 70, 71, 73, 86, 145,
Goode, Mr. John - 20, 31
Goodman, John - 88, 145
Goodman, Susan - 29
Goodwin, Loretta- 57, 66, 145
Goss, Robert- 86, 162
Grant, David -40, 42, 43, 61, 88, 145
Grant, Tonya- 129, 138
Gray, Carol - 54, 129
Gray, Richard-44, 58, 61, 129
Green, Linda-44, 100, 129
Harwell, Wayne- 40, 79, 130
Hawkins, Ronny - 130
Hayden, John - 54, 130
Hayes, Calvin - 54, 130
Hellard, Rodney - 61, 64, 146
Henderson, Debra-40, 162
Henkle, Mrs. Shirley- 26, 31, 66
Henry, Calvin - 130
Helper, Victor - 92, 93
Herman, Martha- 130
Heruska, Ruth - 90
Heye, Mr. Charlie - 27, 31, 74, 87
Hill, Jerry- 31
Hill, Roger- 44, 165
Hillard, Ronnie-71, 73, 163
Hillard, Teresa- 130
- 57, 60, 65, 163
Hodges, Denny- 146
Holleman, Walter- 130
Holloway, Norma- 43, 48, 57, 61, 63
Holmes, Keith - 54, 130
Holmes, Kenny- 55, 79, 130
Honeycutt, Stephany- 57, 60, 65, 84, 146
Hoover, David- 146
Hoover, Roger- 130
Gregory, Gwen -- 130
Gresham, Lynn - 79
Griffin, Ronald- 145
Griffith, J.J. - 13, 41, 58, 59, 60, 63, 64, 65,
Griffith, Miss Ruth - ll, 31
Grose, Miss Mary Jean- 18, 31
Grubb, Rachel -- 28, 155, 162
Guest, Noah - 55, 86, 145
Guy, Mrs. Ruth- 1 1, 31
Gwaltney, Bill- 44, 45, 47, 62, 130
Haas, David - 50, 60, 87, 96, 99, 162
Hopkins, Beth - 34, 62, 65, 82, 130
Horne, Archie- 146
Horne, Charlotte - 163
Houpe, Donna- 131
Houpe, Robin - 61, 146
Houston, Doborah -44, 46, 66, 67, 107, 163
Houstin, Grace- 131
Howard, David -131
Howard, Gayle- 22, 44, 47, 163
Howard, Genny - 42, 43, 60, 66, 146
Howard, Linda- 43, 61, 66, 163
Howard, Mrs. Laurie - 30
Haddix, Mark W- 34, 61, 64, 71, 88, 145
Haithcox, Billie - 54, 145
Haithcox, Pam - 23, 162
Hall, David- 64, 88, 89, 145
Hall, Frances -- 34, 48, 66, 67, 145
Hall, Lawrence - 48, 162
Hall, Terry - 130
Hall, Robin -145
Hall, Sharon -145
Hamilton, Betty -- 130
Hamilton, Pat- 29, 43, 50, 57, 61, 65, 96,
98, 102, 162
Hardy, Alilia- 54, 145
Hardy. Essadall - 130
Harkey, Sandra - 130
Harmon, Kay - 53, 145
Harmon, Jan - 40, 65, 145
Harmon, Joan - 34, 37, 39, 50, 51, 57, 60,
Howell, Joe -
Howell, Barry - 92
Howell, Eric - 54, 146
Howell, Keith- 131
ard - 92
- 34, 40, 43, 57, 61, 65, 67
Huneycutt, James - 62, 131
Huneycutt, Lynne - 96, 163
Hunt, Debbie - 27, 40, 61, 65, 146
Hunter, Adrian - 83, 131
Hunter, Judy- 16, 65, 90, 163
Hunter, Mr. Edward - 11
Inscore, Joey - 54, 146
Inscore, Ted - 92
Jackson, Mr. Jesse- 16, 31, 70, 71, 86
Jacob, Lauren - 90
63, 64, 65, 96, 98, 102, 162, 167
Harmon, Laura- 34, 61, 65, 85, 130, 132
Harmon, Terry - 57, 65, 84, 162
Harper, Larry - 130
Harrid, J. - 54
Harrington, Ellen -43, 57, 65, 145
Harrington, Mrs. Marilyn - 31
Harris, Debra - 34, 35, 37, 42, 43, 44, 51, 52
57, 61. 64. 66, 102, 162
Harris, Denise - 44, 66, 162
Harris, Jerry - 162
Harris, Kathy- 145
Harris, Kim-44, 61, 140, 145
Harris, Scott- 79, 130
Harrison, Beverly- 145
Jenkins, David- 146
Jenkins, Jerry - 61, 146
Jenkins, Mrs. Polly-29, 31
Jenkins, Terry - 44, 61, 142, 163
Johnson, David- 131
Johnson, Ginger - 34, 57, 64, 84, 102, 110
Johnson, Rita-54, 131
Johnson, Steve- 131
Johnson, Susan - 61
Johnson, Mrs. Marta- 14, 31, 61
Johnson, Kim -131
Johnston, Elizabeth-57, 155, 163
, Emily - 65
Johnston, Randy - 48, 164
Jolly, Mrs. Brenda- 12, 31,40
Jones, Lindsay - 106
Josey, Curt- 131
Josey, Vickie- 131
Josie, Mrs. Pat- 31
Justice, Jimmy - 44, 164
Justice, Julie- 43, 60, 65, 146
Kane, Noreen - 38, 164
Kearns, Ruth - 131
Keaton, Keith - 71, 76, 164
Keever, Pam - 28, 164
Keller, Torrie- 131
Kelly, Kim- 34, 38, 57, 65, 84, 90, 147
Kennedy, Walter - 131
Kenner, Robert- 131
Kennington, Mr. Samuel- 24, 31, 53
Kepley, Mrs. Martha- 22, 31, 40
Kilby, Gary - 37.54, 58, 164
Kilpatrick, Debbie - 147
Kimball, Karen - 131
Kimberlin, Randy - 88
Kimbrough, Steve - 75, 131
King, Jack - 34, 37, 50, 58, 59, 63, 64,
91, 96, 98, 99, 102, 164
Kirby, Angela- 15, 37, 44, 62, 65, 131
Kiser, Ann - 42, 43, 50, 60, 96, 111, 164
Kiser, Donna- 131
Kiser, R. - 88
Kitchings, Linda- 50, 57, 60, 96. 98, 164
Kitchings, Sidney - 64, 71, 147
Kivett,Car01e-43, 50, 57, 96, 113, 164,
Kornegay, Mr. A.D. - 11
Kutteh, Bobby - 91
Lackey, Ira- 34, 35, 36, 42, 43, 44, 50,
58, 59, 61, 97,101,144,147
Lackey, Jan- 34, 66, 132, 136
Lackey, Larry - 79, 131
Ladd, Pam - 132
Lail, Georgina -164
Lambert. Diane - 48
Lambert. James - 61. 132
Lamberth. Beth -15.44,62.65. 132.
Lamberth. Theresa -- 132
Laminack, Kelley- 57, 65. 147
Lapish, Lisa - 34. 50, 57. 65, 82. 90. 147
Lassiter. Deborah - 48, 147
Lavender, Mary Beth -- 44, 49, 57, 61, 65
Lawrence, Beverly - 132
Lawrence, Nancy - 81, 82, 153
Lazenby, Sherry- 43, 50, 57. 60, 65, 97, 147
Leaptrott, Benji - 37, 43, 49, 60, 63, 109
111, 164. 173
Leaptrott, Tim - 15, 17, 41. 61, 92, 147
Lee, Pam-44, 62, 132
Lee, Robert- 60, 132
Lewis, Cathy- 147
Lewis. Mickey- 34. 37, 61, 64. 71, 147. 175
Lowery, Paul -
Lowery. Scott - 165
Lowery, Sylvia- 137
Lowry, Robert- 132
Lowry. William -165
Luckey, Robert- 71. 86. 147
Lundy. Brent- 53, 148
Lyons, Debbie - 53, 148
Lyons, Theresa - 132
Lytton, David - 65. 86, 165
Mailman, D. - 54
Marshall, Eugenia- 132
Martin, Louise- 61, 148, 153
Martin, Karen- 165
Martin, Mrs. Bobbie- 11,31, 137
Mathews, Joy- 34, 43, 62, 63, 65, 113, 132
Matlock, Albert- 165
Mattox, Priscilla - 34, 42, 43, 44, 47, 61, 67.
Mayberry, Wayne- 132
McClelland, Sharon - 148
McCollough, Janice - 48, 165
McConnell, Bill- 88
Mills. Sandy -- 148
Millsaps, Annette - 129. 132
Millsaps, George- 148
Milstead. Joel- 64, 71. 88. 148
Minor. Roy- 148
Minor. Kenneth -- 148
Misenheimer. Tim - 133
Misher, Faye- 133
Mitcham. Kim - 40, 43, 51. 166
Mitchell, Mike-- 148
Montgomery, Paul f-44, 61. 133
Mooe, Mike- 133
Moore, Donald - 55, 86, 133
Moore, Kaye -- 23. 166
Moore, R -- 54
Moore, Tony - 133
Moose, Cindy --- 53, 99, 166
Moose, Mr. David -- 22, 31
Moose, James - 133
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Morgan, an y
Morrison illy -- 20, 87. 166
Morrison utch - 58, 60, 61. 64, 89. 91, 148
Morrison, Clyde - 148
Morrison, Horace - 79, 133
Morrison, Mark - 87
Morrison oy- 54, 166
Morrison. Theresa - 166
Mullis, Susan - 43, 44, 62. 133
Mundhenke, Louanne - 42. 43, 48, 50. 51.
57. 60, 63, 166
Mundhenke, Dean - 133
Murdock, C, - 75
Murdock, Steve- 17. 42, 43. 44, 58. 61. 148
Murphy, Michael- 133
Myers, Mary - 81. 149
Myers, Clint- 61. 64. 86. 89.148, 153
Linder, Gary - 132
Linney, Edward - 55, 132
Lippard, David- 132
Lippard, Stanley - 164
Lippard, Tami- 132
Litaker, Mr. Carl- ll
Little. Lisa-44. 47, 61, 67, 147
Lloyd, Lisa- 61, 147
Lloyd, James- 44, 50, 61. 63. 96, 165
Lockman, Mark - 65, 164
Loftis, Tina- 54, 165
Long, Pressly- 50, 58, 61, 64, 71, 147
Long, Laura- 132, 137
Long, Muffy - 34. 35.43, 65, 107. 124,
Long, Stanley- 74, 75, 132, 138
Loudermilt, Keith-44, 55, 132
Lowery, Doug- 147
McConnell, Lynn- 165
McCurdy, Penny - 44. 133
Mc Dade, Jeff- 56
McDanie1s, Paul -64, 71, 148
MCGeachy, Mr. Neil- 105
McHargue, Debbie - 29, 133
Mclntyre. Loring- 44. 48, 165
McJunkin, Jim - 41, 63, 165
Messick, Keith -44, 61, 65, 92, 93, 165
Messick, Kent-44, 61, 65, 165
Messick, Leslie-61. 148
Middleton, David- 44, 49, 58, 100, 165
Miller, Keith -148
Miller, Susan- 57, 61, 67, 165
Mills. Hope- 61,133
Mills. Phil -44. 133
Mills, G. - 88
Myers, Allen - 148
Myers, Johnny - 76, 77, 78. 166
Myers, Patricia- 133
Myers, Susan - 166
Neely, Bill- 133
Neils, Janet- 166
Nesbit, Audrey - 166
Nesbit, Keith - 64, 86, 166, 173
Nesbit, Vaughn - 66, 166
Nesbitt, Sherry - 133
Netterwald, Craig - 149
Netterwald, Rick - 88, 166
Nicholson, Lorie-40, 43, 133
Nicholson, Parker - 71, 149
Nicholson, Robin - 39, 166
Norman, Chris -- 61,141,149
Norris, Cathy - 34, 65, 149
Norris, Johnny - 58, 64, 70. 71, 72, 73, 92.
102, 106. 107, 167
Oakley, Robert- 134
Ogburn, Ginger - 34. 50, 57, 61. 65. 67, 97.
Onsrud, Billy - 149
Onsrud, Johnny - 48. 149
Orbison, Jane - 83. 134
Overby, Barbara- 107. 167
Overcash, Judy - 54, 167
Overman, Cindy - 27. 149
Overman, Harriet- 134
, Steve- 50, 58.71, 97. 149
Owen, Bill- 58, 64, 70, 71. 73, 88. 167
Owens, Steve - 86
Palmer, Jim - 134
Palmes, Bob- 12, 74, 134
Park, Becky- 57. 61, 66, 167
Parks, Jo - 167
Parlier, Betty Jo-97, 107, 140, 149
Parsons, Gus1 25. 74, 75. 79, 134
Paschal. Dick -1 44. 60.87. 167
Pate. Lydia 1 66. 134
Patterson. Kevin 1 79. 134
Payne. David ---23, 34. 58, 61. 76. 149
Pearce. M rs. Janie -1 12. 31
Peet. Rusty 1- 71, 149
Pendergrass. Toniaf1 128, 134
Pennell. Karen -1 66. 149
Pennell, R0g61'f 54, 167
Pennington. Chris 1 -86, 134
Pero, .John -1 48, 60, 65. 89. 167
Perrin. Karen -1 134
Pettit. Jef1'1 149
Pharr. Mr. Glenn 1 14.31. 60. 104
Pharr. 'liim 134
Phelps, Laura 1' 34. 37. 41. 50.51. 52.57. 60
65. 102. 167
Phillips. Stephen -1134
Pickens. Alexis 1' 26. 84. 106. 167
Pickens. Angela -1 85. 134
Pipkin. Julie - -134
Plott. Bob 167
Polk, Barbara 37, 39. 44. 46. 49, 51. 57
102, 109. 167
Poole. Donnie 1- 92
Poole. Terri' ff 40. 57. 65. 168. 184
Poplin. Mr. Gerald -- 10, 25. 31
Poplin. Harriet f -- 134
Poston. David 7 134
Potter. David - 1 64. 70.86. 88. 149
Pou. Reggie' 79. 134
Powers. Sheena 1 44. 134
Powers. Stephanie 1 34. 35. 44. 47. 48. 66.
Pritchard. Mrs, Leslie -1 12. 31. 39. 51
Pritchard. Roger 1 44. 134
Raiford. Claude -- 58. 64. 65. 92. 93. 168
Raiford. Phil -58. 59.61, 64.65. 135
Rafals, John f- - 86, 149
Rafals. George ff 86
- 29. 135
Ramsey. Mary f f 29. 43. 50. 57. 60.96. 168
Rankin. Kevin '55. 76. 77. 78. 168
Rankin. Michael -1 135
Rankins. Celia - 149
Robertson, Kenneth 1- 15
Robinson. Doug 1 86. 150
Robinson. l.ynne1 43.52. 150
Robinson. Sharon 1 168
Robinson. Susan 1 57. 61. 66. 168
Tommy 1 44. 47.86. 135
Rodgers. John 1- 150
Rogers. Margaret 1 135
Rosby. Grace 1 43. 44, 47.48. 52. 67, 168
Roseboro, Billy1 55. 67. 70.71. 73. 76. 101
Rosenbalm. Carolyn 1 66. 150
Ross. Elizabeth 1- 44, 60. 150
Rosser, Susan 1 34, 37. 40. 61, 135
Rowe. Doug-1 60, 65. 86. 143. 150
Rowe. John 1 42. 43, 44. 49. 60, 97.
Roweland. Connie 1 134. 135
Rucker. Gilbert 144. 45. 135
Rucker. James 1 54, 135
Rucker. Marilyn1 135
Rucker. Terri 1 48. 52. 66. 150
Ray. Avis 150
Raymer. Mindy -- 40.63. 65. 135
Reaves. Steve f- 54. 135
Reavis. Gary 1' 135
Redmond. Cheryl -1 50. 61, 82.96. 168
Redmond, Kenneth' -79, 135
Reid an 1 135
Reid. l'lob1- 87
Reid. Jeff- 135
Reid. Jim - 53. 150
Reid, Randy 64. 70.71. 73. 168
Renwick. Danny -1 70.71. 76. 92
Revier. Steve- f 63
Rudd. 18111188111 28. 31. 45. 47. 49
Rufty. Julia1 131. 135
Sainpsel. Mr. Herb 1 24. 31.54. 81
Sampsel. Mrs. Deeny 1- 31
Sampsel. Mark 11 44, 92. 150
Sanders. Mrs. Jackie 1 31
Satterfield. Alfonzo1 135
Satterfield, Jo Ann 1 34. 83. 135
Scott, Bessie1 135
Scott. Mr. Jessie 1 31
Scott, Ronnie1 136
Scudder. Jackie 1 170
Seagle. Miss Mary Jane1 18. 31. 39
Rhea. Tammy -1 150
Ridenhour. Mrs. Pat f-12.31. 43. 51. 57. 100
RlQlCl1l10L11'.iliC1'l'lf1 29. 61. 135
Riera. Gus - - 34. 35. 36. 43. 50. 52. 58. 61.
63. 64. 65. 91. 97. 101. 150. 153
Rimmer. Keith f 135
Rinehardt. Alton f1 135
Roberts. Boyd ff ff 149, 168
Roberts. Carroll f1 53. 150
Roberts. Rena '61, 66. 135
Robertson, Ken 43. 60. 92, 93. 150
Sells. Kelly - 136
Sequino. Mrs, Cynthia1 28. 31
Shafer. Georgia 1 60. 150
Shaner. l.aine113.43. 168
Sharpe. Carolyn 1 136
Sharpe. Danita 1 168
Sharpe. Eartha1 48. 54. 168
Shawver. Randa 1 48. 169
Shelton. Denise165. 136
Shepherd. Robert142. 43. 150
Sherrill. Agnes -1 150
Sherrill. Kim16l. 140. 151. 171
Sherrill. Mary 1 --'- 40. 50. 57. 63. 65 96 98
Shoemaker. Debbie167. 169
Shoemaker. Tim --Y 151
Shuford, Allen 1 54. 136
Shuford. Cl'lF1Sf 136
Shuford. Gayle -1 19. 34. 38. 52. 66. 67 07
Shuford. Ricky -1 92
Sigmon, Pam -1 83. 136
Sisk. Nathan 1
43, 44, 61.63.
Sloan. Janice1 34.44. 46, 57.60. 61
Sloan. Julie144. 46. 57. 61.66. 100. 151
Sloan. Kim 1 34. 35. 37. 44. 67. 169,
Smith. David1 135. 151
Smith. Keith 1 54. 136
Smith. Mike 1 53
Smith. Robin 1- 43. 50. 52. 57. 65
Smith. Sheila1 57. 66, 169
Smith. Teresa1 136
Smith. Tracey 1- 136
Snoddy. Kyle 1 64.70. 71. 72. 76. 88
Snow, Carol 1 31.48. 65. 151
Snow, Mr. Mel 1 20
Snyder. Davie1 136
Sparks. Curtis 1 44. 88. 169
Sparks. Darrell 1 54. 169
Sparks. Rita1 62. 136
Sparks. Steve1 55. 169
Speaks. Debby 1 136. 151
Spratt. Sandra1 34.65. 136
Sprinkle. Randall 1 136
Sprinkle. Bradley 1 136
Stanley. LHUFH1 17. 43. 44. 57. 60. 63
Starnes. Eric1 136
Starnes, M ark 1 169
Steelman, Sarah 1 136
Stevens. Julia 1 53. 169
Stevenson, Alvin 1 71
Stevenson, Mr. Harvey1 25. 31. 55
Stevenson, Mrs. Mary Lou1 31
Stevenson, Robert 1 136
Tucker, Reggie1 137
Tucker, Ronald 1 170
Turner, Allen 1 54. 137
Turner, Brenda 1 53. I70
Stevenson, Robin 1 32, 36, 38, 51, 84, 102,
Stevenson, William 1 54
Stewart, Mrs. Pat1 14, 31, 61, 104
Stikeleather. Robin 1 52. 57, 61, 65, 84. 169
Stinnette, Kathy1 151
Stokes, Sherrie 1 85, 137
Storie, Mrs. Elizabeth 1 29, 31
Stroud, John 1 28, 44, 61, 63, 169
Stroud. Mr. Cecil 1 10, 31, 113
Stroud, Steve 1 44. 137
Sturghill, Robin 1 53. 169
Sullivan. Amy1 34, 37, 66, 137
Summerford, Marla- 135
Summers, Anna1 131, 135
Summers, Crystal 1 66, 137
Sweeney. Steve 1 64. 86. 137
Tate. Mr. 013111111 10, 31, 74. 79, 175
Taylor, Dewey1 169
Taylor, Gaynell1 61, 151
Taylor, Mark 1 61, 137
Teague, Kathy 1 61, 66.99, 169
Teasley. Linda1 151
Templeton, Kevin -1 137
Templeton, Tom 1 36, 58, 86. 100. 102. 170
Tevepaugh, A1isa1 151
Tevepaugh, Robin 1 17, 57.61, 66, 170
Threatte, Jennie 1 137
Thompson, Brett '44. 137
Thompson. Mike1 71,151
Thompson, Skip 1 61
Tomlin, Jon 1 39, 76, 151
Triplette, Marie1 137
Tsumas, Harry 1 34. 64, 74, 75, 86. 137
Tucker, Donald 1 43. 50. 60. 96. 170
Deborah 1 54, 152
Weeks, William -1 138
Weisner. Mr. Ricky 1 91
Wells. Judy1 61.65. 85. 138
Wells, Kay 1 - 20. 40, 43, 57. 170
West, Lynn 1- 29. 138
White. Beth 1- 57. 61. 143,152
Turner, Steve 1 54, 137
Turner, Watson 1 54. 152. 175
Turnipseed, Donna 11 43. 44. 48, 49. 50. 52.
60. 96, 170
Turnipseed, Sammy-1 34, 35, 62. 74, 75, 137,
Umberger, Janis 1-1 65. 83. 137
Virtue, Rob1 137
Walker. B01 34, 37. 64. 86. 88, 170. 174
Walker, Greg1 55. 170
Walker, Keith 1 18. 44, 76. 137
Walker, Mrs. Lois1 11, 31. 34
Walker, Tonia1- 138
Wall, Mrs. Helen -1 16, 31, 50
Walsh. Melanie 1 39. 57. 60. 63. 65. 107
Wardo, Don 1 138
Warlick, Miss Peggy 1 51
Warner, Willie 1 44. 138
Wasson, 1V12i1'gZl1'CIf 34, 37, 50. 60. 97. 153
Waters, Sharon -161. 67. 152
Watkins. John 1 88
Watts, Darrell 120. 34. 35. 75. 128. 138
Watts. Richard1 170
Watts. Terry1 53, 76, 170
White, Debbie ---- 44. 62, 138
White. Lou Anne -144. 62. 83. 138
White. Robert -154. 152
. Steve 1- 44. 138
Whiteside. 1-661 58, 64, 170
Whiting, Janet -1- 130, 138
Whiting, Ricky 1164. 86. 170
Whiting. Russell 1161. 171. 175
Whittenburg, Martha 1 54. 152
Wieland. Joe1 61.152
Wilkes. Marie 1- 30
Wilkinson, Vicki- -138
Williams, Charles 1- 50. 61, 86. 89. 150. 152
Williams. Gerhea -1 29. 31. 51. 57. 171
Williams. Jane 11 29. 37. 38. 50. 51. 57. 60
96. 102. 171
Williams, Jimmy 1- 54. 152
Williams, Ronnie 1- 27. 152
Wilson, Sandy 1- 61, 96, 171
Winecoff, Barbara 11 171
Witherington. Mary 11 29. 43. 57.61. 65. 152
Wittington. William - - 138
Wood. David ---- 55. 152
Woods, Franklin -- - 71. 76. 152
Woods, Mike- -55. 79, 138
Wooten, EriC1-- 171. 175
Waugh, Barry 1 53. 138
Waugh. Dale164. 138
Waugh, Eddie 1 39.44. 152
Waugh. Wesley 1 34, 58. 61. 89. 91, 152
Waugh, Tina1 44, 61, 67
Webb, Kenny1 138
Webster, Christina1 106, 107. 170
Webster. Mrs. Vera 1- 22, 31
Worley. William 11 86. 88. 138
Wyatt. Kenneth ---- 127. 138
Wyatt. Mark 1- 50. 58. 61. 64. 97. 152
Yocum. Nancy ----- 57, 66. 152, 153
York, Sarah 1-- 29. 57, 63. 171
York, Sharon 1-- 43. 48. 138
Young, Bradley -- -64. 70. 71. 73. 171
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LOYAL AND TRUE
Loyal and true,
We pledge allegiance to you.
This is our motto:
We are all for one and all
For alma mater.
Herels to our school,
Forever more may she rule,
Forever more you will find us
Always loyal and true!
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Hail, to dear old Statesville High,
Alma Mater til we die.
Hail to every grad and friend,
We salute you to the end.
Students with their heads held high
Are proud to claim thee, always
Here's the toast we gave before,
We will love you evermore!
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