Stone Mountain High School - Corsair Yearbook (Stone Mountain, GA)

 - Class of 1988

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We remember many things simply because our friends were there- Un1-'asf are what make friends so important to SMHS students. A C W Steece Ginn restyles Coley Ray's hair before their next class. Friends always have something to smile about, 15 1ir,fk r Il i All-'ire , , ' ' -ff if .X i if X X , r V c . ' K.. i f I, f f D 5 KGJ cf iqg. H123 F733 LF in your -flxeglifi KE-A0fffY ff 5 GF nxrefm, f.Nr.ifi.xrf FBHQQQ feifg-VL.cirtf lull' lxjkf-BJXVJ, r-JVTVL f"Xjif'3fK" 5 - wi ' 'ff' ' V' N fucwffv' JHa..2rQ4 DVC' ffWfUJKQ, Wwfx 6,152 ektod '9'rW"WNll3 7' T'llIX,ffIRx,'f41.51b? Q:f gk lf- lll"2 fix. :Mm 1 'A A .'am"-fm Y 'mpg 'll Q'W"5'N":f' f'f""1ff,f.f l,,l3f-JF!,,XV C?LFPi,,.4CA5 .jr-ydl,-'iv-31455K CWQDNI Pl 'l-lwf' 41, fl' CfC"4f,'Ef'J Lxik, ldv? 9 Dlx Q-,-cv . 'ff- ther W Gold im, 501' ' I L' lf! '- 5 F3 A' IN HC'lfnx,,. . u X x CPN 1 Q lust being together brmgs a smile to the faces of Mookle Hinton dflClQl1I'1S Chandler, how did you , ,lr f flrvtchen Wohlust, Alun Collms, and Suv Sanders gvf Cam Avvr to srmle for thus plcture? 'X 'YV5 v-1 -as DC'.H,4gl1 an 'CY' fa , 1Ywf.rA3i F1 - .y K I 5X A ,A -1 A... . 49' Katie Kennedy and Tiffany Hopkins say "cheese", x,-" 'lgflj This happy bunch manages to have some fun at J lqfn-x school, V7 FJFL' K,f'A1X"n1Jf l1Jl,-Rf? Q? PL kN Cbrhff L,u."l H HNOSC CL2rfuN HNR35 , . X K 1, A "" , X ' ' ' A lfigfli f 166 HNF jf VYW-we sqm: P A Lkxzb DJUYS-1l'f'fOf':-7 fjwxaf l I-'ik FJ AQ fivefrwb COL AIA ffwfgkfifgd 5U"Hl llll ll- fp C-,L,JZ2fww"',g Qwl4f3fXfD,f' Jprfvxyj if ,121 ,273 I 1 1 YJ Qf MNH fd.1f-pq if-J? JN 'ami Qpln N, l'l!.1.wgf- qfzzg Q A QVW G3:"fQ1xfl fi 11Q Jjylg ,-,1 fo 3-' 13, HXQ I-,lj aN"X lpfx I-giNJf-'Q,5 Civilx L,Qv"xlf Q7' lcl X47 1 Wnflf' X1 2-7: ll L-,LQ 'NAQVCX CU Wlx, if.,-wr! Fur-'ififf Q Xflrfvpvg 1 yi' J Fluff L1 . ,Ywx X x , , . V I - . . V V S f - , ,Ar ,. 1, , 7, K, D VAR ,M Lo, H , q,,,,, C cn, DH 'J QA- r'N DK Ja N KQV Sun If '1--1v4J l'1 TP.'wfJ f'1CYf.J-H 400 vvwfflm . Jifleslhzf-gg, -lic5w":z 1-1 Tlib IX-lib lull-", Amd lo-.1-vfda we fltikds-9 : w :-utr' Ynib' Xlezrgfoa T Que? 3 l 1 i-fgliyifuz. is-1 Hx! 1 Kegel Hoe failcscolmg DS V6.2 diflfwf nPQIi2':6. H15 ww" rc-cvs plvce m,-JHW F""F'f" la Dfw E65 QQ g A13 Q 'Vw Kim Watson and Adrienne Burgess show their D 3" happiest faces after checking out! LQ WN l A popular tradition still being practiced at Stone Hd Q Mountain is the decoration of lockers. Offlifwfxi I . W qw 5 .l ia his fr situnnof - 5 QQ m ? , ., Qs bmdw , ,o f it gills? 6 Q H, iss' , DN ic it I if l i,,e 'i.. ,. Q xfj ,rw Mis- -l'WDl'j we ,i f- -ky,-,VX .L .L Sexually P . WNSIIUYQI llialilfj Elflkx H V Linh lg, - ., -A l rw ,,,,,A W V 4 Hurriedly applying her lipstick, Jennifer Weaver continues the tradition of SMI-IS girls looking their best, 513362 These smiling faces exemplify the best that our Pal I school has to offer. 6353 , 9 it 1-le fg LQQ lfvyve I-loc cog Q. eil V7"NC9j'YTCLi"'lf'5S 0 Q J 'aoomld iflwllb 1' Jamey -M 5 .hm czfmd W 5f4:1jn'z2vlj Emo mfj Shame 51pm bookj 15 ffvwfg Sf7'JJf-Fnzbgi Fong fm Qnjgf 7s'3mo!2Q V I , ' 1 , I " -ff QFICW' CXCQYB QIXA Sofas XJQTV, Falk, Q,L20.,,,I9U- ,Uk bf lj 7dfYjO,'C3t.xS-, , f1Qf'J L 1 J J A2 J , mum rmimnl Cgiafsxw of HWS 4J,1v.iTlwef-6 f5,loCMf?vf2'? f9f1fffof'N1'mleS3f9f DSW QQ 5-Cl'Y9T'l 'sill T Ogg f' lCsCVrC 'Qu g,LQlfvAi- Visa! ld 9063 do QM Hioldl- tli'?!nil-llliitblrwllgfijl ilTXeQHnj Vivre V-Jfvclfs 0130 CWFVPS Hof lPDl'fPC3e Oli Slcimbi f . .EUS 4 Q.. GA KAQBSOFO ff.: 3 A I 6.23 5- page tgp Qqf-13,1 3554! GEL-D,ifSL1j fowl' ks QS!! ilizxus. ifg,ivw4uEif?J YE-i.uAi2.TiTDi1fe:1scl iffiwsim use is-sir Njetf wut it' we-te,-.ses 5ieics.sc3e. no? Ji ' ' "W L " f Ur ' rim-w -ii cop actual axle F Ae-si Sflwvol rw:-,Mae - 'jlggff jnesgg-, t ' ' . or Q fa X ww i t t i . y . ff iiil i i i. ST KN ' ' 'Q -"' 'A' 4' " O69 r- ' -' lfjl. .. woe 14 Even an orange push-up can be part of the "Pi- A popular way to send someone an important radmons at The Rock - there he rate" tradition. message is to say it with a balloon. are 50 many, where do You 6 O 1 start? There are class traditions . f ' 'L' - seniors have their pranks, senior wills, l"'7js-'to senior rings, and the senior cruise. Jun- Cjqfif if iors host our g B-B-Q and HW hp dance and that gala event, ,Ergm with a 7 . g capital 'P'. Sophomores go to Pizza Hut Lily. ei M ' after the football games, and the fresh- UCF I i men glory in no longer being worms. But 6-Ml' Cf D . there are traditions at The Rock that are 'Based Vgb W gg school wide, and though they are not al- 9-iffy . ists f ways viewed as traditions, they are a very bu Just real part of life at SMH. Some of our not- cj- pf so-traditional traditions include - ice pbwerg, A . . QL' cream!! How many of you juniors and my . isss 959i-r seniors s ent our entire ei hth rade lrmjuf . g gg :.... N "Y year eating ice cream for lunch because ' k::" 'i"l kt"':ll:T ::l" ' U you were told that only nerds buy their Cyl ,. lunch? Another tradition is balloon-giving I J . . . V3C1:fY:gQ,- - special friends give balloons to cele- PGM, h brate birthdays, offer congratulations, or hh 'D just to say "have a 'smurfy' day!" Check- ' VF ing out is th u ' e in ess, much Us to the consternation of our administra' I faint: tors, and decorating your locker is an dm., 1 .absolute necessity. Sunglasses are D! whipped out for after school socializing QW and pep rallies. Aren't SMH traditions I 'jf fun? Dwi' dmn Perhaps one of the greatest traditions at our school is the senior ring. 1' GD FZQGM QD Cl-iz View Ca' 'T 'Lil any Di fy-ftgf QDOEP PVP, 15 fleurs large C flasigi, fa HC 1 Wie, by tl fir? V63-lr li rr"1l-lfvol L39 f :FFP iJl25p3l'iC,J 'DOll Barwffl, 57-is? his TCD? L P13-OC: 053,915 A E Q . J N-Vfxiil lQl3fl"fs5 lTtU1lf'fff2, TENS llmlxl IJ fhpwi SDHVUEJ Tzdxifwm HNMYH xjcitft i-QP Ansari wma fp fVrNv'Tf,.Jflxfj xffbsi L,-41.5 NC Wifi' 'qfkgnkf 55 Vdlblllxvp I5 ufxt-wig CQLJ ffl 'S fxlfblr "?t4..2. iixfrxjcl H-to X lim! i fx L 'Tf ,- .-JC. lfxfri n's.r1 . ll l in ,X A. xx 'vc i , If -i. . - se. F l'f"i PS trite fQf.Jl'l'Ll 2 'T' '5 lotlfhd ilu 51.1 D . fy 1 . d CbV7fXi"T'Q lQu'YTfDYN C2221 lyrxfl Qs? v'rAiflom'i.fric?i3iw", kixifslklff. 'EF-f'i'Tl'.Tlii'WlXj Clfqq ' all l '1 me , . 5 rt5gt'lT'f QQGXQ QQXGKXO QFG WHIP gow PDL 6 I fl Tl .N C Vw 1763 Jef WL JU Sfgfflmql 691, l Q , U ig d lil 5 . l y 7? vi Vi i f X fb K 1 fig 1 n 1 . f' Q , r 'cj - Brent Johnson and Danski Johnson enjoy a lei- surely stroll to class, while Jenny Schuck looks on. 534:44 QVMWT 1 1 of at . ll " A iii? Worth Karen Helms rests for a few minutes on Mike Wilkes' lap. very student at SMHS has been told that high school is a prepa- ration for later life, This theory certainly holds true in relationships. There are many valuable things to be learned from a high school relationship. Some couples seem to find "true love" in their high school years, while others date simply to have fun. But regardless of the reasoning behind the relationship, most students enjoy the security ofa boy- friend or girlfriend. A high school relationship is more than the cliched version of dating as portrayed in many teen-age movies. There is little comparable to the sense of comfort found in a companion. A boyfriend or girlfriend can be someone to share hopes, dreams, aspirations, worries, fears, inse- curities, a blanket on a cold night, and even lVlcDonald's french fries. Everyone enjoys the feeling obtained by being num- ber one to someone. As the high school graduate reflects back upon his teen-age years a smile will spread over his face as he recalls that special relationship. Regardless of how the relationship concluded, he will realize how much he learned about the dating world and see that these relationships are worth their weight in gold. Kim Adams giggles as Greer Baughman tickles her ear. 1 o .1 t ' 1 QT' I W. ' ,N-Q 4 V , ,Q T N T f , ef . Lisa Walston and Richard Barth contemplate this weekend's plans. ,fb -3 A x V, 'fl K T If .i f . 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Gm? ifsixff I v avg- l-in I L,.riGn7 211-Li! Dyteya Lewis helps Kelvin C-rice carry his books out of the pure kindness of her heart. Melissa Wynn reads a note to a very attentive Jay Hammett. . , r'ffxlCi"5Q i i i i J M iw , ky llef'f More lfue H73 mil Jvc 'ivpfg' fkejazqg U b-.Qi -Hd the lim Dfw l C -VS C513 - Yon' .31 D ffm-1 7 Q-if-3 GJ yogi L'U,'7Q gli? Ljjwfxlfr' 'Ng X21 Nclg 15 yy ffmac ,cj 'go ZX? N 2 I 1. Q Q, 1 1, S Nt x peril- watches hfe go by at SMH. N , f,u'f d 1 R u f f 1 V1 - I I 4 ' f -1 fN fs' " '-"' 'XI V -' jo Vwwt v z.1vr YNrH.x'u WWC. ul' :viva rsrJ' W " 'U 'JKMX dw NX ' " D C3160-li ifyfullf XNJNJQ 'li1iQQ.'N 101,166 if-X Cxefxlixftwi. Quits? FHCSLAJJ r.'15f'9mce! ZIWX dff,l,,.,xxgwL3 rx 1. lrfiifvwtil MJWPQ C1 Xff?fsf 'SGQINA l51 I-Jaxx. UQDXJPQ gli-' D55 5 fl: Plfwimljx 'W awe was oansiifwflg 3004 ' 'Al Q lin? IOP 4 Pi N555 in .Asa is we i IQ io 1-P11 Cjmsfi 'l'l,'WYDSJ ca,..-.sae N an cl me 'gfwg mg-jlq LQ q, gimp., -f Qi r O ,tfl QS ry D-N-llfwg 1 f'l' X s K , F' ' r 7- 135 C531-X espite the fact that Stone Moun- qfigl tain's Class of '92 resides at a C32 j different campus from the rest of the student body, the Class of '92 is a vb!- definite part of the "Rock.'l They share ttf more than our name. Stone Mountain Il 'Od shares our facilities, such as the practice FHQE fields and our Pirate Pride. MAX i Stone Mountain Il has managed to K maintain some of the "Rock's" traditions. Q57- For example, the eighth grade class is still a bunch of worms. The Alma Mater is the EQENQ same, and, of course, red and white reign x true at Stone Mountain ll. 'LN Stone Mountain Il allows the eighth Liiigg grade class to get acquainted with each , other before the "worms" are thrown Wit' into the jungle of Stone Mountain High f School. Strong friendships within the Qapfl class are formed as a result, and good I , friends make entering the "Rock" a little LAW bit easier. ,f2jZ-1,9 Indeed, Stone Mountain Il is a part of 325 Stone Mountain High School, and we are bf proud to have SMH under our wing! heap KEV- h I ' - ' I These eighth graders look like they are ready to KKK- e unch period is a time for SMH students to be- Eighth graders are traditionally known as worms, take advantage of SMHS' golden opportunities. ime acquainted. ff- 4- hese students look like they enjoy learning at SMll. W Stone 1 Meunllai f, it 7 Z 5 LQBLN wifi-1 X209 ll Zeus lllzif HKS Lilmfgg Uv.-, Magi ygyl Lam-fl ji gf foffif, Lagrfflf 1,9 Slxbmfscj FFLN' 5rps,ff,s,Nf-,sr DPA naw!! VW W5 'Hb lsfwl in i1sf"ia7wfl,fa, 770 fy rw 4.92 uf' ,lux 1 mil' ff? emi J' L l iff. y Dr' I L D LL k J A lkd lf 3 l walk down the halls or through the commons at Stone Moun- tain High tells it all H fads and fashion at The Rock vary for every life- style. During football season many foot- ball players sported an athletic variation of the mohawk, often designed in Stone Mountain's very own locker room, A fashion must this year was acid washed jeans - for guys or girls, The miniskirt also saw a comeback this year. And what was the trend in t-shirts in 1988? Spuds MacKenzie, of course. For several years, a style of dress has been forming among the not-so-trendy in- dividuals at SMH, and in 1988 this unique attire has hit full potential. "Modern" hair styles follow no guidelines, and as for These boots are very popular at SMH. Acid-washed jeans are a HOT item this year, A body like Eric Fortnam's will never go out of style. il, clothes W well, anything goes. Some popular items are combat boots, leather jackets and bleached jeans. Unlike most current fads, the trick here is to wear what no one else is wearing. Aside from all the new lines of fashion, some things will never go out of style. For instance, there is nothing passe about a man with muscles. ln the way of clothing, on the other hand, favorite sweatshirts and faded blue-jeans will never become out-dated. And finally, what wardrobe is complete without a favorite pair of bro- ken'in worn-out sneakers W Maybe even some Converse hightops. g flag Converse hightops aren't just for basketball any more! , ' ' is V i All That litters ,', 4 ,W X :SL 'L 4 rr fs if . ,i l I 1 n 1 l I 1 1 l 1 1 Y lm At vw WZ "3 1,44 A .r ,V ww-f""' This pair of leans really makes heads turn. Leslie Marbut models the latest rn sweater fash- IOHS l x X . Originality dominates the wardrobes of Stephanie Salisbury and Tad Edmondson. 1- 1 1' 5 r 'I Dennis Bogumill contemplates how long it wrll take hxs hair to grow out " W if , Q' -i 315i4Q--Wi-i 7 V ---iw, sffxwnfwpwwgwifxwwmnnwmwmilwniwwdii 1 .. , A 'L' H. 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W 7 sg ' i . 1 . 1 .nnw X , g n,A fi ri ,zo , g iw iw. 7 ii Q, ,, 5- fc- 2 r" -if 5' 5 . . 5 ii 3 - , c - N, I ,,-1 WN? 1 . 0' 1 xi I ? . A i ii - 3 A s , 5' Y: g 5 rf 'Y W c l -Www ' drew' 'K if -1 Q 5 - iiifff-1 . .. . " Q Now we see a look of satisfaction as Chris Brown ' prices the stacked cans of Right Guard. V - ,.,, i X-7 ...Q Chris Brown, why do you look so surprised? Arerft lyoiiggtacking that deodorant correctly? A ,i wi 2 1 X Y N - . fi . A Qi, -3 3 , - kj- 3 u 1 f i 5' 4 2+ QC ,f x , i i A, ri, .V , 12 ' 5 rning The Danny Human proudly wears his Drug Emporium shopping cart nametag. 5 , Gold l' l John Rogers takes orders from thru at lVlcDonald's. . ww., cars in the drive .. ' -X' or many Stone Mountain stu- dents, after school jobs are a ma- jor part of their curriculum. Sev- eral students hold office jobs, while others work at Stone Mountain Park, movie theaters, various supermarkets and fast-food places. These jobs teach the value of money and the rewards of in- come. Students use their earnings to buy their cars, or clothes, compact disc play- ers . etc. These rewards for working are great, but we also keep in mind that school comes first. A A . , g.,, A .fs ,i , .f i X f' El ids - F l we , f 5 fi E U ri U-nl ,Q its 2 ' lx i X M 5 3 i at fs K3 5 f .W -- - " Tl 1' f-WM , . 5 .rs . QA is as :assess Natalie Hickes masters the art of talking on the telephone and the radio at the same time. Careful Lisa Bell, don't burn your hand. is f r---li 1 W XQQNX N s 13 Go For The Gold 1 14 lthough fashion and fun are im- portant parts of life at Stone Mountain, academics are the core of student activity. Students may feel that their extracurricular activities are more exciting, but their schoolwork is the basis for their future. The 1988 senior class rediscovered college brochures, as have many senior classes before them. There are also those familiar feelings of rushing to finish homework before the first bell rings, sitting in class vvondering if the bell will ever ring, and enjoying the moment when the last bell of the day rings. All in all, academics are a big part of everyday life at SMHS. Before school, during class, and instead of eating lunch students are seen dashing to complete undone homevvork. Sound familiar? , ' 9 2 A.. . i 'Q Q, V Q The hall is a quiet place for Christy Crenchavv to study. Joe Cronin and Russ Bell eagerly await the result of their experiment. English seems boring to Mark Marcum with his 4.0 grade point average. 0 l' . IV' 'Nur' , pgvpmnw-' .Mar ,-P' Ware Bedell practices his computer skills. Erin Murray is fascinated by French class. l i fi. 1. 3: fi rl i M f5:"k xx ll H A ,M W HQEFE' wlll' A calculator is a math student's best friend, Tony Rutherford hurries to finish his homework before lunch is over. Christy Fain reviews her notes in class. Browsing through college brochures is a new pas time for seniors. I ln the days when pnrates freely salted the oceans they amassed many riches Included m plrate trea sures were Spanish and Spamsh Amencan gold p1eces pzeces of eught Now m the year 1988 the rate treasure But thrs treasure cannot be located on a map xt hes wxthm the hearts of the Pxrates These Pxrate nches are s1mply the golden memones that wrll go down as the pxeces of Exghty Eaght l . . 3 Stone Mountain Pirates have secured their own Pi- EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEQEEE Academics Rumor Has It That s Why We re Here' rg' E XX I I ll li: O gpdf' 33333333333333333333333333333333333'S"? 3333333 3 3 33333333333333333333333333333333333 33 2 5 5 5 5 5 uv 5 5 w 5 .v 5 5 .v .v 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 af J 5 5 5 5 5 3 Uv 5 S X Dr. Lionberger, Dr. Anders, and Dr, Thompson feel very confident about the ability of SMH to retain ac- creditation. Ms. Hursey is not only on a Ten-year study commit- tee, but was also visited by a Quality Basic Education examiner this year. ,Juv Sidney O. Lionberger Principal "Always do right: this will gratify some people and astonish the rest." - Mark Twain. 18 X 'L r -. Q X, ,it , N3 l l r" . -e K I ,, ll Marion Anders Vice-Principal 'M 2 ,y Seaborn Thompson Vice-Principal Rick Woods Bill Edwards Vice-Principal Executive Assistant "Inmates don't run Principal the prison." Stone Mountain ll qu- v rw'-Queeg 7' ,agar M.. 9 Y, 5 0 -lu .WM 1 7' ,Q e Nita Anderson Physical Education "Can't never could, and probably never will." .pf .. Z Head Counselor Mrs. Bemie Jordan was also the Chaim1an of the 10-Year Guidance Committee. Mr. Hodges was, aptly enough, Chairman of the Music Committee. Mr. Buckelew works on material for his School Staff and Admini- stration Committee. A.: as -. - K V NDR . ...L Beth Andert Bertha Baker Maria Barzaga- Connie Beavers Brenda Brewer Physical Education Business Gonzalez Special Education Social Studies Foreign Language 19 nd Registra - . .Le . ,,,:: . . A 1 11'L , ' . , K7 .K A Rfk . , .. K tixgggsl rr . ILI. XQLL - i 1 HQ: . . 1 . rzzr Q ,,,.. 1m .11 1 ' Mrs. Rose Merry Ms. Mary Hell Burns Brock Paraprofessional Counseling 'l laugh for hope has happy place with me - lf my boat sinks, 'tis to another sea." Ms. Mears talks to a student about his schedule. Mrs. Brock looks for and examines the file of a Student. Ms. McKay shows Danielle Davis how to rl quest some information for colleges. ' E r 1 M, ,Q .. Q L KX Mrs. Kathy Burton Mrs. Patsy Cain Mr. James Richard Mrs. Beverly Cole English Mathematics Carswell English If you can't get out of it, get into it." Campus Supervision "lf the elevator of success is broke. take the stairs," "Either you know it or you don't. Ms Beth DeRock eagerly awaits the question of one of her office . D I :Q Ms. Jordan, Ms. Mcliay, and Mrs. Brock review some papers concerning a students schedule. .............l Ms Jordan takes a break from planning the Joint Enrollment stu- dents schedules to smile for the camera. Ms. DeRock discusses the finer points of academic achievement with one ofher aides, Angie Maxwell. Fl .1915 .V 6 Rick Creed Mathematics 'Success is a journey, not a destination." .. 1 Sue DeMuro Special Education Beth DeRock Registrar "There must be a happy medium somewhere between totally informed and blissfully unaware." Wayne Dollar Mathematics 5 Sheron S. Douglas Social Studies "Life is an adventure. As is history. So enjoy the mystery." Julie Duncan Science 21 .1 R N. ,,,A gn kkvrr V we 1 1 .. --.- ,W ,SWMQ , . wkmsmm-M. , The driving range is an excellent place for students to receive in-car experience. -may -..' U1 as Q have as 5 4' Penny Flowe Margaret Floyd Carolyn Foster Tommye Griffith Mathematics Business Education Secretary Secretary "You only have one chance to make a first impression." Ma- Sandi Holland and Jennifer Bistrack take instruction in t 5 ff? Betty Hammonds English "Don't take yourself so seriously: nobody else does." he simulator room. Q .ft ! Mary Harrington English it JJ Coralwood Driver Education Center Stafftleft to flghll Becky Bowden Pat Erwin Elaine Axton Larry Jomes Bill Wang Charlotte Lanier Gloria Crayton 1 c mn ,WH Marc Harris Jay Hatch Mike Hughes Jane Hursey Madeline lfill Charles Ingram L ampus Supervision Mathematics Foreign Language Social Studies Special Education if X Q cvs-.mx N Q, Q . .- - --i :imp N my fl.-M. 5 w,l-aiu., N ns his class at OEC. E.--...-... ' " . v N .1 - SW ,wa- Jeff Sundermeyer tries to solve an electrical problem in Jeffery Mann works on the engin ofa car in his Transportation class Laghana Hill displays his completed cabinets. .iii citc t it up Q Angela lsom Phillip James Jan Javens Media Specialist Physical Education Science "Biology is my i nature." Kelvin Johnson Alternative Instruction "Except the Lord build the house, they labour in vain that build it , , Nancy Johnson Bernice Jordan Counseling Special Education AF? ,W Nc, 3,2 -I y of WNW.,-K -...NK Susan Farris types away in her Data Processing class. Paul Marzullo works on his Data Processing class work. , -it-NN if Evan Vitch and David Rapier take pride in repairing this lawn mower. Shannon Suchke enjoys working as a dental assistant. 00 Claudia Jordan English "She is getting her face ready for compositions and ninth grade boys." Susan Keith Donna Kimble Judy Lamb Mathematics Campus Supervision Media Specialist Betty Lamberth Mathematics "This is the day which the Lord hath made: we will rejoice and be glad in it." lPsalm 1181241 Yolanda Lewellyn English ,,,-.., he Foreign Language Magnet Program at the Kittredge Center for Gifted Children of- fers interested stu- dents the opportunity to learn the Japanese, Chinese, and Rus- sian languages in Dekalb Coun- ty. The magnet school is a spe- cial program that meets during third and fourth period of every school day. The students reach the magnet school by bus. Al- though the program absorbs two Class periods per day, one year of the Magnet Program is worth two years of language credit. The program is open to 9-12 graders with a 2.7 or higher GPA. Stone Mountain High is proud to have representatives taking all three of the Magnet School languages. , t K A J 1 r , i 6 l 2 5 t rr, Q ei 6 r Q s agnet Sch Kirsten Polentz, Brian Dowd, Joe Mcliachin, and Jane Fowler find that the Magnet bus ride the high point of their day. Trina Slagle studies Russian. S iliii . , ,, .. ,.., . .... W M PM , , i" ' ,G --' . 2 ii'l tt.. . . Let 119.2-iiftf 1 , , Janet Lewls Derald Long Linda McCuen Carolyn McCurdy Linda Mcliay Math Mathematics Special Education Mathematics Secretary "Success in X mathematics or life t A -- ' itself??? Persistence and determination fr 4 - Ti rn cr "Enjoy your years in high school - be involved in a variety of activities and do are omni-potentlll" your best!" l ,. P y f y Wm? , .syn ,gf ,Ml "Vg .. f ' , ' tl I ' , ik , - ', ,WX I N . 4 W + ,h V 4 xi fr-,ive A rl L3 ' 'K 1 1 4 Lu' 'sei A ' t rnwfk fl -mag i 1 ft +11 cj X5 fffifr 23 U71 HUF' A37 A K '- 1. Carol McCorvey Business Computers can be exciting and fun. Learn a new skill that can help you prepare for the future." -sung.,-, A lu 3 P1 BH K 1' 'I - - A - - 4 - lm ff mr? if A mal. g ig .FQ ","3 2 5 i- ..-.,..- ,. W A 3 c J' E6 5 u- I,- Joe McEachin writes in Chinese for his professor: Chinese characters are among the Lussian students perform a puppet-show for a new twist in ulture. N 4 ,Q Liu rf" Q 'Q Bill Marable Security ,ag-new most difficult to master. li Jane, are you learning another language or studying anatomy? The Russian bulletin board keeps the class informed on cur- fellt events. Q lf" 'l3""'4 ' . A M 'Vi W ",, ,W ,, 'Q 9. ' J' , . V f Euna Massey Business "Organization is key to success 4 , the The Japanese professor goes over Kristen's grades with her. , v ' .s if .tw we B--' , re. was K . my is Q-fi in 'ff ft, fs" 5:1 ,- fm --ii ffl : E 1 E Dorothy Mears Gerri Mitchell FBI Mitchell Counselor Science SOCial Studies "Remember, once you choose not to choose - that in Roberta Maxwell English "Our American professors like their literature: clear, cold, pure, and very itself is your choice." dead." - Sinclair Lewis 27 'sv ""' A N. rw ,f V 2 i .f-A J Sigrid Myers Media Center "Reading can provide a lifelong source of information and enjoyment. Discover books!" wifi sc f N ...f H, .. Q.. sf M S i 3 A i as W me 4' , ,ref ,, A' A - S ., 'Q P Wm c LK if Mrs. Lewellyn teaches the smallest class at SMH - six AP English students. Jen Deaver finds that AP classes are worth the extra work - occasionally! A crane is often needed to lift AP Biology books into lockers, as Ricky Carswell discovers. .- -fl ' 'T I? If Dr. KC. Nainan Marge Pliehaus Susan Paige Science Mathematics Foreign Language v. Jim Perotta Social Studies "When the going gets weird the weird turn pro." - Dr. H. Thompson Rose Porter Science Jim Perry Social Studies "Does the name Pavlov ring a bell?" 29 his year, SMI'I's Mrs. Mote received the hon- or of being teacher of the year for Dekalb County. i'lt's the highest honor l've ever received as a teacher," states Mrs. Mote. Mrs. Mote has been teaching at SMH for 15 years. At: the beginning of the school year, Mrs. Mote was se- lected as SMH's teacher of the year, which put her in competi- tion with the other schools in De- kalb County. She had to fill out an entry form which asked her questions about her educational background, her philosophy of teaching, her views on educa- tional issues, school and com- munity involvement, and her reasons for pursuing a career in teaching. Mrs. Mote didn't al- ways want to be a teacher. She claims that she wanted to be a research microbiologist, but found that she liked working with young people as compared to working alone in a laboratory. Mrs. Mote states that, 'iThe stu- dents at SMH are the best. They are friendly, hard working, ener- getic, motivated and interested in leamingi' r EI! ' it .K ws" -r . .,-rr .fe-'5H""' 1 rf. A u-IQ uw 3 J 1 1 f Mrs. Mote gets a helping hand from her friend Fred the skeleton. W saga ritz, M ji '93 .W . iff, ' i f L, 1 -Www r,zr,,,.,,,,,, "Wgggw ...fl f ,,,WW.. ,, 1 f ff,--,,w.', fvf' ---,, yes. ,z,zq,,,,ff ' 14 'W 5 ,,, M ,,, , W . ..,.... .., ff Antoinette Prince Leila Rabon Pat Riddell Karen Royal Bob Rumble English Science Registrar Counseling Social Studies YOU CHM if you "The bigger me ne d0n't WY-" the more people are likely to believe it." - Hitler Mary Santander Foreign Language "Una Sonrisa amable es el mejor accesorio que qualquier atuendo pueda tener. " I I t Mrs. Mote pokes the diagram of the human body. s. Mote's scientific mind tries to unravel the deep, dark secrets of Mrs. Mote alwayshas time to help her students. IA in Bm wgmf' ,- 49 -twin "l'? -i David Schwak Susan Scott Derrill Shivers Physical Education English Industrial Arts "The only people 'Be the best you can who never fail are be." those who don't try." Ivy Smith Bookkeeper "Let there be peace on earth, and let it begin with me!" xxx Xxxmx v I fits. 55':::i' fffkff' ff" ' ' f NS: 1 N ' ' .519 Q Q 5555. I V. S ZX- . . I. - sy .F 5- Lynn Southall Special Education 'No one can make you feel inferior without your consent." Terry Sparks Physical Education 31 tone Mountains ln- brary has always been a place of ref- uge from the noise in the class- room and the roar of the com- mons. The library is also a big help for upcoming reports be- cause of its many sources It con- tains thousands of books micro- fiche film projectors and computers Aside from all of this the library is a good place for socializing and maybe some grades but it can decrease our level of boredom. All in all e library is very beneficial to our school l l flirting. This may not help our ' , th t l L X it ' 2 Stuart Lynn persuades Kelly Mangan to take a break from her homework. Nikki Canzoneri and Brent Colson enjoy being sia- mcse twins. s I1 Bill Spurling Social Studies "No one should deny that Sequoyah was the most intelligent man on earth regardless of race." St W-MQ' Kathy Swett Tina Sydner Amy Taylor Chorus Special Education Para-professional "ln the silence l can hear a Symphony." ml- Carol Tate English "It is amazing what one can accomplish when one doesn't know what he can't do." Denise Tench Math ,4- wo1l"" Brent Colson admires Stacey Collins's diligent studying. Jeff Scordino and Stacey Dixon find the library a good place to concentrate. I at.. -,M pi Trandy Greiner has her own homework advisor. Kelly Mangan is taken by surprise. Byron Thompson Linda Towe Carol Tufo Para-professional Associate Teacher English Ami Vonesh Foreign Language J' 'Av-war . Linda Voynich Coordinate Vocational Academic Education "lt's not what you do that matters, it's how well you do it!" Jeanne Wagner Library f course, Stone Mountain students have excellent aca- demic interests, but every once in a while we may falter and . . , forget to do our homework! This is when our ingenious ideas go to work and we make up fabulously inno- vative excuses. Although we are brillant with our inventions, they don't always work. Sometimes we make our teachers a little bit angry. That's when we lower our grades and raise their blood pressures. On these two pages are a sampling of some of the favorite excuses from some of our favorite teachers! any ' 'l ' I was kidnapped by a band of gypsies and I wasn't returned until morning." - Mrs. Wil- son 4 "I left my homework in myjacket and it's bein washed today." - Mrs. Tufo ' Wi!!! fit! ggggg ini SS ass men in N. aaxssouzsrtv sur it mum, 'lMy horse chewed it up." - Mrs. Turner -Mba Gene willbanks Tom Willingham Joan Willis Scienqe Social Studies Business Lead, follow, or get out of the way!" X1-14 H my Jane Wise English "wisely and slow. They stumble that run fast." lRomeo and Julietl Harriet Woodard Plonie Youmans Mathematics Special Education "When all else fails Study!" M ,im ... ..s.M....-. ...Aw-. My dog ate my contacts, and l couldn't see to rite." - Mrs. Scott father used my homework for fire kin- - Mrs. Mote s. Mote expresses the opinion ofall teachers on hearing excuses. 5 'f l left it in my Dad's car which is at the air- port." - Mr. Willbanks. 5 Asn-. in 'NN ss. Q is fs Q . " i 'N . if s i - 2 st - www X f X - . s .sw as X a ...KNOB i "l forgot." - Dr. Nainan Huw lr "My little brother had to use the bathroom and we were out of toilet tissue." - Mrs. lfill Plot Pictured his past remains forever child Jennie Green 2 Nemo me impune lacessit David Rosmger I5 Set your sails to the wind Carol Tufo 4 Good mathematics teachers are like Dial Soap Aren t you glad you know them? Don t you wish everybody did? Daisy Turner 5 It is forbidden to kill therefore all murderers are punished unless they kill in large numbers and to the sound of trumpets - Voltaire." - Anne Wilson 1. "He who knows nothing of . . a "I wasjust too busy, but my mother said it was okay to take a couple of more days." - Mrs. Brewer Claudia Jordan Nonie Youmans Beth DeRock Kathy Swett Betty Hammonds Lynn Southall Sheron Douglas Derald Long frightl Ivy Smith Jennie Green Beverly Cole Carol Tate Eugene Willbanks Mike Hughes Jim Perotta Sidney O. Lionberger Jeanne Wagner Madaline Ifill RoseMen'y Brock Jane Hursey 36 Sigrid Myers Jane Wise Kathy Burton Anne Wilson Betty Joy Lamberth J.R. Carswell Margaret Floyd Kelvin Johnson Rick Woods Linda McKay Carol McCorvey Daisy Turner Carol Tufo Jan Javens Dorothy Mears Cierri Mitchell or the first time, Stone Mountain High School students participated in the Channel 2 quiz show, High Q. The team qualified for the show by winning last year's Scholars Bowl and are now getting ready for this year's Bowl. One evening last December, Ruby Nagpal, Trina Slagle, John Reynolds, Erin Murray, and Ho Lin went to the WSB studio to tape the show. ln the practice round, played be- fore taping, Stone Mountain won! But when it came to the real thing, they lost to Westminster, 545-115. 4 1 ,,,. John Reynolds, Ruby Nagpal, Erin Murray, Ho Lin and Trina Slagle are the contestants. Erin Murray and Ruby Nagpal are lucky to have met Glenn Burns. 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Second Managing Editori, Tanya Woods, Teisha Smedley iOpinion Bditori, Mr. Rosinger iSponsor3. Third Row . Not Pictured: Chris Chandler, Nadine Glasse ilnside Payne tSpecial Projects Editori, Tom Reinhardt, Elisabeth Chuck Spinks. The Galleon Staff discusses their most re- Nadine Glasse boosts sales by enticing cus- tomers to buy personals. Q' Dean Burnham argues a controversial arti- cle, while H0 Lin laughs at the pictures. 91 DRAMA CLUB 7 - 4 2 E f camera catches Tanya Woods in a state of Row. Michelle Sessions, Dawn Causey, Catron, Tanya Woods, Hope Davies, Kim Row: Andy Davis, Pam Snider, Erin Murray, dllfinil an 'mDfC55i0n5 write-Off Joe Mcliachin writes intently, pouring out his thoughts and feelings. is Imp a literary maga- every year to writing, artistic, and abilities of the stu- ressions staff is who is willing to reading what is the pictures come with it. The goal this year is to pro- m az' ' 39 S is me that will Schoiastic competition. Erin Murray, inform ation about cl ub sponsors. to a brain- before which re- otfered. The staff and WCTC YC' the knowledge that a first-rate maga- IIVIPRESSIONS Junior Civitan displays their accomplishments from Civitan Camp. 5'-5:--2 m i l l 3 l 4 2 s 1 frffmaiifwQinW2Wm?flPlif!dl1AeiqggeyiFkm?1E1WQnf3alS?aMiiiwdviieilgysimvegtxxnrsnnfaugrgg l iQ,s iiii iiii 5 iJ,4iiiQg iiyifi it . 4 ' I' I I 9 7 ' r I g A TfailfiSi1iiWre?F?i?s'iQ iWwfizfzWivfiwfwsiwfismifsfsiaguniifhanmsmfkiikafamrariaiaiini ,, it f x er Civitan members listen intently to plans for their upcoming projects, AN Alyson Rappaport works intently on her Fred Joy hurriedly puts away his supplies painting. before the bell tolls. fl f??i9?aC?i9'5ii?3?5i9Qf ART CLUB A111sC?ub sevefarseidfnmiwisyear'fuss' siaiecursss s?1dxHiaHHsdii 3 - 1 l 1 - I 3 1 - 3 I - K K Q n 1 1 1 I o 4 'Q X I v Q , fig: first Row Sitephen Capkovltz Bets! Gordon Nice president? Melissa I-lil? ipmsidentl ellne white Scott Mclirath Fred Joy Michael Park Sandra Johnson Am Ventura Ham!! Johnson Club member Melissa Hill develops the pic- tures from the cIub's latest expedition. ,,,ii 4h,, ,, .V ,,,V ,y ,K A V, I , 4, T, ,I M3 K ,,,i 'iyl Wengly yl-wil fsei:rese5ryftreasur:6f1Q5lf1i1D!16iZRuluk: Qld? PEER FACILITATORSI ilflj' - named neu: atxfflersm, me Sbmiali ,fldursat H 2 f f Hitt and Stif- giants wha 'speak Englim as a sm ut! lzrngaageaf 'rheglf :Literati feds who needed! an in aigeblra or nhemiwzy while showing new slilmehw Shflftsis faactiiti SBGEYSBTQEH by Mrs mock the peer' meiiiialibrs niet wary im weekaf ta aims vast' we :meth fe iwL I beers, anal genmzay Fwd fa helping ham! Seema Rahemtulla and Melanie McRae take time out from tutoring to pose for the cam- era Peer Facilitator Darren Nowell helps a stu dents with her academic work. ARRIVE ALIVE Success came quickly for the newly-founded Arrive Alive orga- nization at Stone Mountain. Over one hundred students turned out for the meetings to discuss the cons of drinking and dnving Arrive Alive s main goal was to promote alcohol and drug free parnes Guest speakers at the monthly meetmgs help to drwe home the painful consequences of driving while intoxicated Throughout the year the organi zation members helped the dis trict offices orgamze alcohol awareness programs The inspi- rational force behind Arrive Alive was Mrs Staub also new to the organization who enlisted her help and support ...J Corsair Staff The '87-'88 Corsair staff's main purpose was to produce the best pos- sible yearbook for SMH students. Yearbook was a class held during fourth period. Several of the staff jobs were to take pictures, identify names, design lay-outs, make special trips to SM ll, and promote and sell the year- book. A few of the staff attended a yearbook workshop earlier in the sum- mer. Most of the staff agreed that working on the yearbook was an exhi- lirating experience and a lot of fung but it was also hard work. The common feelings of the staff can be expressed by this quote from Melanie McRae and Jennifer Weaver: "We hate dead- linesln The staff felt that they could not have produced a more complete annual without the support of their sponsor, Mrs. Hursey. First Row: Mrs. Jane Hursey, Tracey Brewer, Geoff Evans, Dan Griffin, Stefanie Caldwell, Laura Howell, Madeline White, Janet McGuinness, Darren Nowell. Second Row: Jennifer Weaver, Julia Mag- nuson, Kathy Naehr, Steece Ginn, Coley Ray, Amy Davis, Susan Gibbs, Tara DeRock, Melanie McRae. Not Pictured: Laurie Fischer, Lisa Mathews, Aly- son Rappaport. Tracey Brewer types copy to send to the printing plant. Geoff Evans concentrates on drawing a straight lin M205 l omit cuunir scH00lS ,lr-I .- ' . . . -- M . ., 4 .. ALL v v,.. .. ,d Chamorro eagerly waits for Susan Gibbs to sell him Laurie Fischer intently designs a page for the n annual. .wav annual. 1 1 , -L i 4. . . . . ,Q I r- lvl v 15' La- , A uf' Lisa Mathews and Madeline White crop pictures. Janet McGuinness alphabetizes the seniors pictures. Alyson Rappaport, Darren Nowell, and Dan Grif- fin discuss a layout. I 1 f,.4.'1i iv i ,W 15.355 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Membership of the honor clubs at Stone Mountain High has not dwindled in the 1987188 school year. Seniors Beta and National Honor Society are national organizations designed to rec:-O ognize scholastic excellence lTh e rchievement clubs provided their ser vices in school and community pro- jects They helped Students Council work with Egleston hospital patients r Jeihiief Www- sl?-Wie Fiwhsf liresgrslrlissaaeglwlellirbsaigi 31525359 hare, general seam lswphefig Sponsor me Wfkn, regwaflees of the six sumfsrannes is always there to help her sm dents on 1 llllf-'frsliiiliiU?'frCs?f?1!rf4s0fffff'rDw1??f4fri Hi hvsiiierfrswnsJennifsrel'2es3l?mlrlisilvlfiamffn- hielgkiMHfS?4ffs Abrlew Isihaiiisfenf yrmafr, Ifffanfgng O Wee gBsenlsiIlf:l?dul Qcmsy, Azlgm emma, new ' l lllll lllll O l 41 pl Mark Marcum grabs his book bag before rushing John Hinton seems to be plugged up at the mo- off to another NHS meeting. ment. X r I Z 1 1 Z 7 L' First Row: Robert Castellow, Jennifer Choc, Kristen Boyett, Cindy Sheldon, Sara Smith, John Lin, Ross, Trey Williams, Kirsten Polentz Foster, Jennifer Cowles, Steece Ginn, Snead, Lee Pucko, Ruby Nagpal, Trina Slagle Darren Eastall, Beth Bruce, Debbie Hill, Jennifer Erin Murray, Andy Jordan. Terri Flurschutz Nguyen, Michelle Phillips, Kara Morton. Roy Wada, Mark Marcum, Mike Ware Bedell, Paul Creasy, Allison Adams, Sesco. Flat Row: Tara Herrig, Stacey Donovan, Jon Evans, Lori Schulthess Schneider, Kwang Choi, Cam Davis, Sweets Jennifer Earl, Teresa VanElls, Brenda Knox, Mary Margaret Chilton, Missy Dee Tucker, Brian Singleton, Kevin SENIOR BETA lPres1denti Second Row Dean Burnham Nice Presiclentl Ho Lin Clreasureri wiv? First Row: Steece Ginn lSecreta1'9l. Nicole Foster EEN AVS helped the Jumor group, but JUNIGR BETA 11 lt STUDENT COUNCIL The 1987-88 school year carried an ac- tive agenda for the members of the Stone Mountain Student Council and their spon- sors Mrs. Cain and Miss Cobb. They were particularly honored to be the coordinator for the fourth district of Georgia. Another success the Student Council enjoyed was having several members elected to the Hon- or Council for outstanding leadership during the summer convention at Berry College. As usual, the Council provided their ser- vice to the community. They raised money for the Empty Stocking Fund to buy gifts for needy children. They also gave parties at Trinity Day Care for housing project kids. Besides receiving honors and helping the community, the Student Council was natu- rally involved with activities at Stone Moun- tain High School. They were responsible for the school store which sells school supplies at discount prices. They were also in charge of organizing the Powder Puff Football game. But the task that Student Council will be most appreciated for was the sponsoring ofthe many dances they held throughout the year. 102 .5 i l 1 1 pi .gg Student Council - Seniors I First Row: Sue Sanders, Steece Ginn, Wendy Hamby, Tara DeRock, Tammy Austin. Michelle Noble, Nicole Foster. Second Row: Patrick Moomaw, David Berny, Ho Lin, Debbie Hill, Joanna Davis. Stacey Collins, Marc Alexander, Darren Eastall, John Hardigree. Student Council Juniors First Row: Larry Bowen, Brian Orr, Casi Guess, Zon Stine, Second Bow: Joe McEachin, Lynda Sasso, Jen- nifer Deaton, Stacie Reid, Danny Behan. Not pic- tured: Janna Housley, Richie Barid, Barry Moomaw. lo l rx Honor Council: David Berny, Joanna Davis, Steece Ginn, Tammy Aus tin Not Pictured: Richie Barid. STUDENT COUNCIL SOPHOMORES First Row: Dana Fornasar, Matt Smith, Christie Knox, Debbie Sasso. Second Row: John Anton, Mary Margaret Chilton, LeighAnn Upchurch, Bet- sey Franze, Jennifer Earl, Tracey Miller, Chris Be- han. Not Pictured: Beth Erling. STUDENT COUNCIL FRESHMEN First Row: Amy Malone, Jennifer Whalen, Leigh Reid, I.aMia Garner. Second Row: Tiffany Gaines, Polly Brown, Ed Nash, Barbara Davis, Liza Grandia, Celeste Henley. STUDENT COUNCIL SUB FRESI-IMEN First Row: Jennifer Malone, Gale Byme. Second Row: Michelle Easterwood, Tara Price, Keith Ar- cher, Kristina Davis, Maxine Downing. til The sponsor of the Latin club was Mrs Green. It participated in the Lan- guage Fest in November. Its main goal was to encourage the study of the Lat- in language. Michelle Brewn works af a Latin club bake sale Frances Barge: and Reynolds taik in Spanish. h V The Spanish club had another excit ing year It had meetings the second Fm day of every month The club was span scared by Ms Cobb Their main goal was to promote interest in the Spamsh lan guage Some of than activities were par cut to eat at a Spamsh restaurant The officers were Tami Eiisworih, Pres R1ch1e Band VP and Jan Reynulda Sec fires tir:ipatgng in th6 Fest andgoing FRENCH CLUB Flrlt Row Monica Morris Amanda Copeland Jennifer Earl Beth Erling Tim Malone Angie Robertson Wendy Hamby Debbie Hill Jennifer Weaver Allison Adams Michelle Cape Renea Freeman Marie Bontn. Second Raw- Brent Ward Richard Case Alyson Rappaport Laura Howell Lisa Mathews Madeline White Holly Eubanks Stephanie Sneed Kim Grlmmett Elyse Romer Miscevich Christy Cannon Tara DeRock Jennifer Deaver Cam Ayer Ivan Koltai Jason King Erin. Murray Pam Chinik Purva Mehta Stacey Lemtng Terri Flurschutz. l GERMAN CLUB Flat Row Janese Gipe Krista Roberts Lauren Ntehaus Scott Mcllrath Jeremy Granada Matt Smith J J. Dabardeleben Cathyltvliscevtch Lisa Clark Cheri Bunder. Second Row: June: Heidi: Justin Parker Rob Peterson Geoffery Calhoun Kevin Hayward Todd Hefner J.C. Boyanton Richard Hansli Hubert Casteliow Laurie Fischer Ms. Paige. The French Club was very busy this year. The sponsors were Mrs. Hursey and Mrs. Gonzala. lt met the first Friday of every month. Its goal was to encourage the study of French language and culture The club s officers were Purva Mehta and Erin Murray co-pres. Stacey Lerning sec. and Terri Flurschutz tres. During the year they went to a French restaurant and saw a French movie. Wendy Hamby are you trying to look like a mouse? 7 J D l : 'I Y I i 7 7 D V I ! 9 1 ' I I' 4 U 7 D 7 I 1 l Katie Kennedy. Debra Calhoun, Juli Jarhoex. Third Row: Antoine Taylor, Bryant Seals, Shari 1 0 9 9 9 Y ! l 7 I J l . 2 l 9 1 1 Y V ' 4 3 1 1 D V v 9 ! I t V P The npomor of the German Club were Matt Smith president, Rob Pe tarson vice president, Scott Mcllrath, secretary They particnpated in the Language Fest this year was Ms. Paige, Its officers MARCI-IING BAND This year's marching band was very active under the leadership of Director Melvin Hodges. Among many perfor- mances the band participated in was the DeKalb County Band Exhibition. They also performed in Daytona Beach and received 8 superiors, 3 ex- cellents, and 1 overall award. In the Rockdale Festival they also received several awards. Varsity Drill Team, sponsored by Ms. Fearing, received a rating of superior and performed for Georgia Tech's first game. They also went to a week-long camp at Georgia Tech. The majorettes, led by the expe- rience of Donna Sampler, also per- formed well with the band. The B- Team Drill Team, sponsored by Mrs. Glover, was judged as Excellent in competition. The spectacular Band and stunning Drill Team dazzled us each week with performances at both the games and our pep rallies. .. -L .ps :IA , f f ,if A L . - J A , , i .i 4.-- .r ' A , , - ' , , - K 1 . . tw ' - iw V ,r. U ii Front: Vinancio Portalatin and Matthew Carswell. First row: Cedric Reid, Carla Witcher, Wendy Palmertree, Crystal Jones, Susan Aho, Lori Honeycutt, Cyndi Baron, Brian Hanson, Don Mitchell, Alia Schneider, Stephanie Fitzgerald, Terra Coles, Alisa Smith, Lori McFarlin, Shareeka Smith, Barry Moomaw. Second row: Pam Chinik, Tim Turner, Eric Maples, Greg Richie, Mike Cape, Barbara Davis, Shawn Boykin, Christy Coyle, Richard Palmer, Melissa Doolittle, Kathleen lVlcElligott, Tara Herrig, Bonnie McFarlin, Julie Armstrong, Sean Palmer, Ronnie Watson, Stacey Leming, Manase Xiong, Brian Theisen, John Cannon, Justin Parker, Brian Singleton, Third rnw: Debra Calhoun, James Cha, Rob Wilson, Mike Earl, Geoff Calhoun, Lori Schulthess, Larry Armstrong, Cam Davis, Donny Grissom, Gary Storey, Scott Garrison, Cheri Bunder, Eddie Pucko, David Cooper, Fourth row: Daniel Henry, Rafael Portalatin, Kate Robinson, Arthur Mamary, Aaron Minton, Edward Nash, Ted Wada, Evan Vitch, Tony Gibbons, Jae Cha, Eric Almond, Joey Smith, Craig Jordan, Sandi Garner, Rob McPherson, David Lux, First Row: Barbara Davis, Geoff Calhoun, Bonnie McFarlin, Carla Witcher, Matthew Carswell. Second Row: Vinancio Portalatin, Melissa Doolittle, Gary Storey, Tim Turner, John Cannon, Brian Theisen, Joey Smith lCaptainl, Rob McPherson, Rafael Portalatin, - ...aarfa r "i . W i. .rr c- it it A . .. i I : - I I 'v . "tSf.-12-Begg' Ay r guy. ,eil V ' 'V Standing: Shelley Anderson, Kristen Pierce, Kim Reed, Center Courtney Artrnan. Sitting: Danna Sampler lCaptainJ. NV N090 Drum Majors Drum Major: Barry Moomaw irighti, Assistant Drum Major: Cedric Reid lleftl. fi W g, 'B -at Varsity Senior Band Members First row: Tracey Brewer, Jennifer Choe, Donna Sampler, Karen Carman, Christine Ledee. Second Row: Karen Helms, Kelly Mangan, Christa Boyett, Lee Pucko, Lori Carroll. Thlrd row: Teisha Smedley, Cedric Reid, Debra Cal' houn, Gary Storey, Christy Coyle, Jenny Usherwood. Fourth row: Larry Arm- strong, Evan Vitch, Tim Turner, Joey Smith, Kate Robinson. Drill Team m if y f' . .mae 0351-,M at H ' ff! ci . M X. V fi ,Q..,J , J ,. 3 '5 4, ,j,, 1 LEX "' . r .. . in. " wifi " r ,J , .' . r,.a-,,.--- W. , Ja'-' f-,a5f?jY0.r 'T First row: Lori Carroll lLieutenantJ, Jennifer Choe iCo-Captaini, Christine Ledee lCo-Cap- taini, Ainsley Amundsen lLieutenantl. Second row: Holly Hunter, Karen Carman, Christa Boyett, Stephanie Sneed, Linda Sasso. Third row: Kelly Mangan, Jennifer Riley, Stacie Maughon, Karen Helms, Debbie Sasso, Tracey Brewer. Fourth row: Teisha Smedley, Sara Smith. Jenny Usherwood, Lee Pucko, Renea Freeman. B-Team Drill Team Sitting: Jennifer Noble, Kneeling: Amy Lux, Jennifer Wiggins tCo-Captainl. Standing: Lau- ra Peterson, Michelle Lyons, Jennifer Carman, Juli Jarboe, Beth Erling, Kelly Brandon, Barbara Davis. Not Pictured: Jill Bush lCo-Captainl, Dayna Dunbar, Kristen Hyde, Miho Kameoka, Shelly Kitchens. w X S Il PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT Tim Turner and Mr I-I,.,1:A- A . .....,.,.. 1....,-11 fore the afternoon's practice. Linda Sasso and Stacie Maughon get psyched for show. W4 1 n Drill Team stands at attention while learning a routine. Mr. Hodges warms up the band before they per- form. in xr Ainsley Amundsen takes a break after a hard practice. Vinancio Portalatln runs through his music one last time before the half-time show, :ig 1 4' ' I 'S 1 1 ,, ,V Q A. 1,5 za A I ' . " , L i ,M gf' W 4- . x V if q V - 1 Xa' '. . 'f I L i ' i Q-JV' . ..',f -E ". A lg fit Q V A . M nm. ' W., . ,N .-. -sr, it , ,,,.rr r F '.,, . ' L ? ' '5" 1 'ii it K I u I if A' - "5 A' H - i The band works hard practicing a new song while at Georgia Tech camp. 109 'gd F V r - .K Q .n .,t, 1 , I W w vih P Q, fb jf3,gfe?,,5? W ' WY' 1 x ' "0 f :hr bm' 1 A A. MU . '- 'F ol .4 W ' I., - . W r , fl', 3 Q 1' 1 mall .- . - - .-.V ,, af y I -1 I mn , .F , 1 v 1 . --1' H- -W A. .gk K I l ll AQ' LK 1'-h"KW"1 KK S-.. 'ww-..,, 4-M. PREPARATION TO PERFGRMANCE A: 5 1 B-Team Drill Teamers relax in the stands. These three girls leave the field triumphantly. Kelly Edwards heads back to rest alter on her routine. Jennifer Wiggins and Jill Bush try while fighting the wind. Girls on B-Team Drill Team do their own thing in the routine. 112 ix 5 4 M I f th ra whnle ettm The Marching Corps works hard to put on a show av v-auuw ,. N., wma jr 1 Y" A lg f- I ll-:--' .glh ' 1 4 f-A - LLLL - , - s-:--r J- W www A. ,,,, -lv-an--an ..-...,,. - -M- t""' " ,-1, A 1 'visit ...,. Fi'-3-'G ' ' - v- Til -H ..,, - gA bun- . f A A M-swan I l l .-M...-.Q- Vv W-M......, ...N.,...... ut. Mtwaanu gwwwm M, H fy-A www. , mm .MQW I ? ck o,'L. n W WAT ' The formation of the Marching Corps was a stra- in-. i .. K5 'ia' Band Camp at Georgia Tech proves to be a con- centrated, successful effort. JAZZ Mr. Hodges was in the process of rebuilding hlS Jazz Band this year, following the graduation of 40'?o of the Jazz students last year However he added that with the taierxt of this year s stu- dents they were learning fast The Jazz Band gave several out standing performances such as at the Fembank Dinosaur Pro gram The level of performance by the students was very profes sional A great deal of prepare non went into the University of Georgia Spring Competitron ThiS year Stone Mountain s Jazz Band defended nts championship from the U G A competition for the mnth year In a row an un precedented feat! Mr Hodges claimed he was very proud of the tremendous sacrifices by ms students which resulted rn an incredible year for the Jazz Band Make Wilkes is dedicated to his ,guitar it mf W --1 'Y y . ,I . ,V K X ,Q ' 1 Q2 kj I W 4 .. 5 Fgwwxx, wi X wi ff Mrs Spafkman searches for materiai Dyteya Lewis shows us how she to Sllil hef faleflted OYCHCSUB. strives for excellence in her music. , 4 Vi" Z? mf, ,M W I 2 'QQ' , 5 wwf , v 4 W mf 1, 'Wi Ay? Sw? A-:VM ' mx 47 .1 CHURUS The Chorus has been very ac time this year particnpating in pr Q was at me fhwidential Carter Coulter and the Deliakb General iffospitai 'Two Lighting, Ceremony They also went to Northialse Mai! to sing for the holidays Mrs Bwwkt the choral sponsor has gotten me Chorus involved in many actiwtzes Last year her Erst year at this school she gave her Studmzw the oppor tunity of atwnding the Daytona Music festival along with the Band This event was a first for the Chorus and they succeeded in being award severai trof plains 'firms year ns the second ywr the Chorus piano to attend this Fmizival Mrs Swan has also fanned a small show chorus this year using sdecied members of the Stone Mtn High Chorus 4 ftifgar i, . I I dr lv W 3.:2,gLib5i:Zg3: Sffyylk ,ETTF I , A ,. L. - ,i ir -I ,. -K ' o r 1,,' -4'fZfp,,,,,'g.f.,L,it.g - K ' t .5 sl ' if ff f - h Seema Rahemtulla, Shanna Curtis, and Sheri Howard: What do you see that's so scary? This Chorus l00k5 thfilled to be 5mQmQ at 8:50 in the morning 1 nc smiles on Shelly Brooks' and Amy Whit- comb's faces show how much they love to sing together. Melissa Wynn looks relieved to be done with her performance. Janet McGuinness seems captivated by Ni cole Foster's singing. SCIENCE CLUB When asked what the Science Club objectives for 1988 were, sponsor Mr. Buckelew replied, "to have fun." The club with its over 80 members did just that. The main excursion planned was the trip to Washington, D.C.., in the spring where members could visit the Smithsonian Institute. The club also planned to visit the Gkeefenokee Swamp, Vogtle Nuclear Power Plant in Georgia, and Mammoth Cave in Ken- tucky. l f r l This bulletin provides a friendly reminder of important dates for Science Team members. s 5 1 Agni.. .. The event that the Science Team prepared for all year was the Science Olympiad The close to 50 members worked hard to top last year s Science Team which placed tenth in the Olyrn piad thanks to strong showings by Russ Belt and Joe Delekto Russ and Joe piaoed tirst in Re glonai and second in State for computer programming Russ also placed third in Regionai and second in State in the category of periodic tabie. Also, Mike Abney won third place for topographic mapping. SCIENCE TEAM VARSITY MATH TEAM oi fin YS 7 liz UAS to axis 1 - Jae Cha, 2 - Rob Wilson, 3 - Erin Murray, 4 - Bryant Seals, 5 - Dean Burnham, 6 - Stephanie Wada 10 - Robert Castellow The varsity aww team had another great year They received second pace in their Brat meet A not of wont anew degfiga fiwsrwasbnmdsdffsibsien f t A A A fS' T0I3Sf6if2'Yf??IFf if,IiHtL'il'lQ S Sneed, 7 - John Lin, 8 - Allison Adams, 9 - Roy g Q I I t O I Does math make you that happy, Erin Mur- ray? 120 Erin Murray thinks about an upcoming meet. - Dean Burnham concentrates on a This Year s B-Team Math Team had a gofxi year In their first meet they piaczed second They were only two points away from Hrst This Creed helped the team prepare for this and many other successful meets years sponsor, Coach if K IVIODEL UNITED NATICNS Every year students from Stone Mountain go to Georgia State to simulate a United Pla' tlons session through the Model U PE program Each member usually spends a few weeks pre' panng for the session by writing mock resolutions and intema tlonal legislation Each school at Model U N represents at least one country Ms Ifill is the spon- sor of Model U N Cam Ayer and John Hinton review the l 4 a enda for the Uri. session The Social Studies team was sponsored by Mx' Ferotta The team s mann purpose was to par ticipate in quiz bowls that deal wlth social studies They met ev ery Wednesday to practlce for competition work with comput ers and discuss current events Then' mam goal was to beat the other schools and possibly go to county SOCIAL STUDIES TEAIVI VIDEG YEARBOOK The Video Yearbook is new this year to SMH The Varsity Vid eo Co offered this ldea to SMH and they are in charge of editing it taking various candids and supplying the video with current musxc There is no cost to the school but they charge S55 per yearbook to the students that purchase them The staff as rn selecting the music and keeping track of the various events dur ing the year This year the staff was small but Mrs Myers the sponsor hopes that the size of the staff wrll grow with the ln crease in popularity of the video yearbook This is an idea that is deiinitely with the f.im6S Charge of doing photography. P03186 all OVCI' Yearbook VOCATIONAL CLUBS HERO IS part of the work-study pro- gram which brldges the gap between employees and their employers lt partlcnpated en many commumty pro- jects and had employer and parent appreciation banquets. The club was sponsored by Ms. Adams o n n s u s nv Q s 4 n 4 a .-1' ls it that funny Shayne Langford? The purpose of VICA IS to promote leadershxp abrhty and the work ethic VICA was sponsored by Ms Willis The Club partlclpated m Competl tlons at area state and dis tract levels .. f 'ff ... , f' ',. j . f SHR , K lie K I I . - .. . . , - . . .. . . . . r 1 " . . BLA First Row: Leslie Ferguson, Purva Mehta. Amanda Copeland, Terri Flursehutz, aren Helms, Sessalie Johnson, Cassandra Dobbs, Torra Neal, Tina Warbinglon, Mi' helle Brown. Second Row: Trey Williams, Karen Jones, Sikena Graham, Melanie Pinker- on, Holly Eubanks, Suzie Holt, Tara l-lerrig, Julia Spurling, Tori Wofford, Rosemarie essic Purva Mehta gives us a big smile. FBLA is a club designed to prepare students for a job af in many activities in the com munity this year Ms Floyd was the sponsor ter high school. It participated Michelle Brown reads some information about FBLA. VO CA f MM, .-fb W fv--Q .:1Q,.5Q5,HL3,M1, .fn M..Q,.XQ.b. , . New I am Q sl IN M .Z Q Q. All right step tivoiing around and get to work! ggi iw gm E? ifegi ' 1430 EEEEEEEESEEEEEEEEE EE EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEQ Features Plratesl "Now Featuring . . . The Spectacular R333 33333 33333333 33 33333333 3 33 3 3 , 3 3333 S 3 3333333 3 33333333333333333333333333333333333346 33333333 33333333333333333333333333333 isis Shayne Langford Chris Corkery Wade Bishop DAVID BER Y This year Mr. Corsair was se- lected by Mary Glenn Lassiter from Z-93 radio station. Mr. Cor- sair is David Bernyg first runner- up is Shayne Langfordg second runner-up is Chris Corkeryg third runner-up is Wade Bishop. I LEE PUCKO VX Q i This year Miss Corsair was N f i chosen by Randy Miller of Z-93 , radio station. Miss Corsair is Lee Puckog first runner-up is Julia Magnusong second runner-up is 'Steece Ginng third runner-up is Aimee Theisen. , ,i iz 1 - ,sl w 3 Q g rjivf-1 qi-,Mfr 'S -L fi19Erx'i,g"'-,Off f,ig,M?lvf"a, . r I i K J. , if X V I A . U ji ff I 14 - , A, ,k Y, V, A. 5 ' ,LLI9 .. if wi "3 xi i If ' l11di .,,,J U, ,. . fr ,-1' - J J 129 x M , 1 1' fr by sv- LWJSX 2 i- iff, if I R i r if xi My ill' K f 1 H V qi Michelle Noble shows everyone her true colors on Tie-Die day. he 1987 Spirit Week kicked off Tuesday with an old school tradition: College day. The variety of college paraphernalia ranged from Alabama to Yale. SMH students resembled characters from "Happy Days" Wednes- day, which was Fifties day. Thursday, vivid colors blinded the eye as a myriad of students sauntered around school in psy- chedelic tiefdye shirts. The end of the week instilled enthusi- asm in everyone, and Red and White day was a complete success. The students could also show their spirit all week by purchasing red, white, or black balloons from the Varsity Cheerleading squad. Ramone "Rambo" Wllson takes time to kick back and relax on Red and White day, Wearing red and white makes Erin Muffev WW thlfstif- Barbara Davis enjoys talking to her friends while waiting in line to buy a nutritious school lunch, 130 Football players had an easy time de' e G Lori Carroll's preference in colleges differs from those of her friends, ciding what to wear on Red and White day. R731 Cu , '-4 CO Sv O 1 'B i., it . HMM 43' ll til hr El ,, ...W n 'A i 1 David Watford and Stacie Reid obvi- ously enjoy one another's company. Students decorate the commons with banners and signs during Spirit Week. M, Ms. Brock seems to be a bit confused about what the school colors are. Beth Bruce shows her Pirate spirit by dressing up on Fifties day. 131 Dressed as raisins for their skit, the teachers dance to "I Heard it Through the Grapevine." ,IPA he Homecoming Pep Rally was a special time for everyone to let their Pirate spirit show. It began with the introduction of the 1987 Homecoming Court. First, the Underclass members of the Court were escorted into the gymg they were followed by the five senior candidates for Homecoming Queen. Students weren't the only ones to let loose at the pep assembly. The teachers held the spotlight during their annual skit. They entered the gym dressed as raisins, dancing to the sound of "l Heard it Through the Grapevine." They sang the song using their own lyrics, composed about Homecoming, in place of the original ones. Heather Rakestraw shows everyone Tanya Woods always enjoys herself at how spirited she is by cheering at the pep assemblies. pep rally. The varsity cheerleaders perform a skit in which they pretend to be football players. 132 4 W " '..'Q'f" 1-"W 'iv' lf' 3 ,., h,' io , fu I ,A f' yi in if UIW4 U WW' i . if I 1 Q A 1 i A -n 5 , 1 .ii I 5 7 ,E S ,, .. K, 2 , as X N 5 X Eg SX X I Q' Pirate Spirit . . WX W, Xa X 5 " ag XE I 'famsi ,k , Q 4 X X X 5 o 1 Q x N X JKSQX Q S X X X X X XX X ii X . . XAX , iw ie, ' "' 1 if R xi H, ' N- S 3 i-iX k..' 1 , , 3, F at X i ir, i if xi E K xy -sei in XXXXHRQNQ WGN .V Q Q K Q X .XB , 9 if , ,, 1 N, W ,. . .1 -. l 1 Q fs X i XYKEX 3 vi xp iiii i i s N , 2 2. i s 5 x . S X i M .fgl Rm QF These students are entranced by the bonfire. he Homecoming parade this year showed everyone's support of their class. Each class presented afloat for the competition andthe winner, the senior class, was announced at the football game Saturday night. The parade started at Stone Mountain ll and wound through the town of Stone Mountain to conclude back at SMH Il. Miss SMH of 1987, the 1986 homecoming queen, andthe 1987 homecom- - ing court all participated in the parade, also. The Grand Marshall "MA" Goddard, was one of the leaders of the pa- rade. At the conclusion of the parade, everyone involved trooped over to SMH for the B-B-Q sponsored by the junior class. The students had their fill and then went down to the baseball field for the bonfire. As the student body rendered an enthusiastic version of the Alma Mater, school spirit was in full swing. The band "Felony" provided the entertainment for the evening, and when the night ended, everyone drifted home with a feeling of contentment, and pride was abound in every heart. The band performs awesomely in the parade. Senior representatives Paige Acker and Lisa Dotson ride in the parade. The Senior Class PYOUCHV di5PlaV5 their prize-winning float. 134 The feature twirlers start off the 1987 Homecoming Parade. These Juniors show their class spirit by riding in the parade. 135 Qi fm M' iii QV, ' V2 1 f 'V 5 as ff ff Q f Q A wif- fg ,W 5. i, 1355 lg lv' V sw, sys Qi ,gf 1z3,,,L ,f 2 4 Q 5 1 W +4 5 H , Sai f if 1 1 5 fi x sl 2, " 'f xg? 41" i 3 gl ai 5, gf 97 W 5 aw -3 X lux N r 2- 3- I A . gf , "ww- Lal' x gs! Swwff xy. .M Qian W K. , ? TQ' " E 3. Homecoming Dance . . . Q ? W 2 42 f Q 'av A' ,V ' 2' 1 'A 15, 2 f A -A 5 ' v :LX f as 1 ww 198 Q F' Q X H, ., ww fr if im 9' Q Q., sr, v . Af 'in . ' I n,!4'9,. ,, , , ,..,,., V , -. , ,, M44 ' I-1 14 f A N, M-il' mm ibn' mv., .1 ..,x,,q,f" . W .. .pu J' wq 'A 'x ,iq gyarwwyy .,., ,. N 1 ,h ..... V' -nw 'ffl fi.-1 W -- -ff. pt-x m f.g.f'x x I X -4 ' -1' ', ,nwt ,.- .",nl,- :A W . Q, ,. 'Ja . W 4 N MDW-ft, ..-,l - REL u ' ?- a 'N ,Ms-e w, A UCL., -.. if 9m3.?f 'M' X "" '-iiifxip. X X' ,V 3 n W Homecoming Court 4 4' m U ., fy ' Ji' 7 is J- i NN Wo'-Wiwfa S ' Y x 1 fu g'1, 5 A . ' . M .- ww ' H f I Y XV YM J: oo ,L W df r ' 'W' N H wif NSA I MW W 'Jr W Y tif' ,,,,, x ' ei 1 iff-KRW L --'WL --gmt Mg Y H V: W '. W. ,W m n, f Q W I w M L! W X W.:- wa his year's Language Festival was held in November instead of in October, as it usually is, With this change, however, it still remained popular with stu- dents and many of the old favorites were still there. Among the most popular were the pievthrow, sponsored by the Latin club, and the celebrity sponge throw, sponsored by the French club. All the Foreign language clubs featured foods from that country's culture. With the participation of the clubs and student body, this year's Language Fest turned out to be an enjoyable night for everyone. Now Mr. Haney, it can't be that boring, can it? Scott Mcllrath, are you a target for the dart throw? 140 Tara DeRock paints a heart on Lor- raine Hursey's cheek for the French Club. Alyson Rappaport sets the music for the cake walk. l "V'Wff:'w,X ,Z -, r' X 2 ,Wg 7 4 fi wg Wh if M f 1' X if fi flzjrw 3 W- .l ? VM? QM' H qyfwflplfyg af w 2 3 l lx? ll' 1 C ' . A Collage Of Cultures -V-Q, SH xx Christa Boyett and her friends know how much fun group pictures can be rom is one of the most memorable times of a person's high school career. The dance, which is given by the Junior class as a farewell party for the Seniors, is planned far in advance. The Class of '88 Class Council met over the summer to find a ballroom and begin planning the food for the affair. Most students are not aware of the work involved in plan- ning the prorn, but they know how to enjoy itl Girls generally choose their dresses far in advance and their escorts acquire a matching tuxedo. Prom ,87 was held at Colony Square. Friends and couples let themselves loose to the sound of "Silent Cry." Seniors enjoyed the spotlight during the Senior Walk, while under- classmen enjoyed the vast display of food. When the dance ended, party-goers flooded the seventh and eleventh floors of the Colony Square Hotel because these floors were reserved for after-prom parties. Indeed, Prom '87 was a dazzling eve- ning not to be forgotten. ,gui 1 4 Prom is an exciting and emotional time for everyone Jill Jennings watches the rest of the Senior Walk. 142 1 4 I 4 The seniors line up to get their pictures made. Raoul Morales points out the sophisti- cated sound equipment to Amy Brooks, w,-H j ..4ri'?1""' vnu. i i KW -snu- ...nr gpg.-can lm? wi 95 I . 'if J Q - Q Brent Colson, how about teaching Jimmy Campbell poses for the cam- your friends how to smile! era, while Beth Bruce finds something more interesting to look at, 143 Sandi Howard shows her gracefulness while dancing. Last year's winner, Kim Sanders, con- gratulates Jennifer Barfield on winning the title. Jennifer Barfield begins her reign as Miss SMH 1987. any long hours of practice and preparation went into the making of the 1987 Miss SMH pageant, Besides learning their individual routines for the talent competition, the contestants also had to learn the open- ing number routine and make such big decisions as choosing the right gowns and costumes. A great amount of decision-making is involved in the pag- eant itself. There is a panel of judges who not only choose the new Miss SMH, but also the first, second, and third runners-up, and the Most Talented. However, the contestants themselves, not the judges, pick the Most Corigenial. ln the 1987 pageant, Amy Brooks, Tammy Austin, and won first, second, and third runners-up, respec- tively. The title of Most Talented was awarded to Gretchen Wohlust, and there was a tie between Amy Brooks and Kina Alarcon for Most Congenial. Jennifer Barfield was crowned Miss SMH 1987 by Kim Sanders, Miss SMH 1986. 144 Holding hands, the contestants anx' iously await the decision of the judges. Kim Sanders takes her final walk as Miss SMH 1986. YP .wan Q., ,mmf fa The winners proudly hold their tro- Casi Guess prepares to play the piano Kathy Naehr walks gracefully across phies after the competition. for the talent competition. the stage in the evening gown competi- tion. 145 W ,il W T 4' Q W X ng- . -,--. rf.: x: . N . K V Y A .. kk .Q A V ,G 5 Q , W HQ I .K , if if X' X! 'f,4-Q"""5' 5 ,, 4, Q W , , I ,, A f W ww ,, , 1" v ggi D H, f L 'P ., ,.Q Q 2 ,, L W 'Wo ,,,,, ,A iiajf , 14M .ya M .hw V M if ,, 'MQ JW 'f V ai lvan Koltai and Mark Marcum show that the senior cheerleaders have spirit too! Christy Fain and Steece Ginn put on their 'game faces' for the pep assembly in honor of the players. . 5 Q tone Mountain l'Iigh's second Morp dance was held this year for students who enjoy dances less formal than Morp's opposite: Prom. lt was held in the Commons, which served as a good informal atmosphere. Attire ranged anywhere from jeans and tee shirts to dresses and sports coats. The music at Morp consisted basically of Rap and Pop music, which was played by a discjockey. The dance was sponsored by Student Council and proved to be a big success. Lonnie White enjoys being the cen- Pardon me, he's my date! ter of attention. Kara Morton tries to coax her date Tiffany Gaines really knows how to into dancing. kick off her shoes and have fun . IIII 1 vg a ' n t: ., In 8 Y- 3' .fif 5 , Q x I' 4 Q 4 , U ' ,,', ,Mi ki 1 K " 7 f4, . . si ff 'iff F' 1 Tir! A 'T i K' W W - - ., SYN -Nm 'S X X NSN K Q 5 A - ,N ,- A -' ' , - 1 A , X' - 'NE Xxx Q. i M, QZLNQ -Q Y F, ' Z ,,NN j 4 jg' he Drama Club this year performed two plays. Agnes of God was a one-act play pre- sented in October at SMHS. Agnes of God won best play for the 7AAAA Region competition. Agnes of God also received standing ovations, the ultimate compliment for an actor. Arsenic and Old Lace finished off the year for the Drama Club. A student-directed play has been a tra- dition at SMHS, and this year the chore went to Sheri Boritz. Arsenic and Old Lace's cast did have to put up with a lot of technical glitches, which included, but were not limited to practicing in the Commons one of the main actor s moving away in November and the Stairs of Doom which nearly ended actors ca- reers and their mtemal organs As part of the Arsenic and Old Lace set was recy- cled from the Agnes of God scenery set construction was not a pretty sight- seven inch pieces of wood that woucln t fit those pesky pncetags and the diiiiculty of plugging in an electric appliance BUT THE SHOW WENT OHV!!! I I I I Jennifer Deaton looks to Kirsten Pamela Snider and Jason Huegle Polentz for guidance, cart Don Bivens off the stage. iso I ymibkgcfgv Og L I ,D T5+oI,QjLl Y 7 f 'ii I u4bE5:f,k'5x,,Q,,f' ci LJ 1 1'Lfxi4 J -kx,'Q 0 W L - f' -f . L Q ,Q L J VxxkJg,j CD7 fx C.-4, K VW. O L Jig Ps -Listing +L Cxqmkjii' in VA 'T is The true personalities of the cast ofArsenic and Old Lace are appar- ent in this promotional picture. Casi Guess shows her excitement when Richie Barid comes on the set, as Jennifer Deaver and Beth Bruce look on. ir cttw r Li yor! - ,He Lx, Ffa, io QQ 62,5 C53 f' T 4. gg Q , ia ttf:--' 5 ' J WEN as I AGNES OF GOD Players Jennifer Deaton . . . ............,. Agnes Dana Launno ............. Dr. Martha Livingston Kirsten Polentz ............ Mother Miriam Ruth ARSEIYIC AND OLD LACE Players Richie Barid . . . Don Bivens . . . Beth Bruce .... Hope Davies . . Jennifer Deaver Jeff DiGanci . . . Brian Dowd . . . Liza Grandia . . Casi Guess . . . Jason Huegle. . Kevin Langston Joe Mcliachin . Erin Murray . . . Darren Howell . Pamela Snider . . . . . Mortimer Brewster . . . . Jonathan Brewster ........ Elaine Harper . . . . Mr. Hoskins and Mr. Spenalzo MarthaBrewster . . ................. Mr. Gibbs . . .Officer Rooney . . Dr. Witherspoon . . . Abby Brewster . . . . Officer Brophy . . . . Reverend Harper . . . . . Teddy Brewster . . . . . . . Officer O'Hara . . . Dr. Herman Einstein .........OfIicerRlein 151 I l very year the student with the highest com- bined SAT score is honored by being named the Star Student. This year that student is T Mark Marcum. Traditionally, the Star Stu- dent chooses one of the teachers they have had over the years as their Star Teacher, and Mark has chosen Mrs. Beverly Cole, his tenth grade English teacher. y Mark commented that he was sure that his English class with Mrs. Cole helped him achieve his high score of 1480 on the SAT. l l l ' I s as Mrs. Cole is pleased to be given the honor of being chosen Star Teacher. 152 ter EEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEE E E E EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE.EEEQS Classes 33333333333333333'33333'i33333333'33"'q UUnderclassmen Are Tomorrow's Seniors!" SUB-FRESHIVIEN CLASS CGUNCIL First Row: Kristina Davis, Amy Dollar, Crale Byrne. Second Row: Jennifer Malone, Tara Price, Stephanie Lackey Third Row: Maxine Domming, Kellie Spake, Leslie Schreiner, Dexter Stallworth. First Row: Gale Byme, President. Second Row: Kristina Davis, Secretary: Amy Dollar, Vice President. W ' 'Q 4 r mV 1 '4 3. rl :J 4' A lr f M' Q ffQ.w V' w 1 1 w 1l+,v f'l ' .fl Q.. .M 1 , 1 SN L i 0 f t ,:, 1 A -s l . -. . 3' H 'Ji -1 Q W rr ,-f 21 aff. . 'w .,,m, ,,, z .1 55" K f X f Greg Hutchins enjoys his excellently pre- pared school lunch." V ' IU' f I Y,,: v,,.M ,WH 1 .4 r 'L WJ, ,ff if s . ' , A ' 3 A ' 1 if" ' ,W if I f f Z L Q 1 we. Q 5 4' 'l'3,g,,' x XB' Q A 4' , 41. ' ' I fi. if ' 1- 1 4 V A , 4. l. ,fn ' x 'Nix , 4 'tie tal . r 2 "' A ' Z ' , , 'L .W f 3 , g ,-Q. gilt, 'ar ' .,,, : f K i ' ' . A ,, ' A' If Q 'Y isgm, 'WM -A I A ,,', f " ' - f ' , J, . . if 1 K , g.-V he ,af , V IV,,, :,: . .. 45 A txrggg ? ms . , it gk .4 , ' ' A 4 V. , ,X 1 QQ as E . ,ii its V 5 A, .:1 ,, K , L . ,G sm- ,t M 3 ,R V A 5-4 W l -..J f A M ,i ,a . V 1 1, . .- f he A 'J A - 'M' -i - ' W A uri.. ...V V I f v - H., it Michael Travelstead and Mike Wright are studying scripts for a new Holly- wood film. by nv aw 'M H A, ff' of V .V . H ,W , . t . I 5 . - 1 1 Christian Adams Antonia Alexander Hope Alexander Michael Allison Raymond Almond Brandon Anderson Marc Anderson Wayne Anderson Priscilla Andrews Keith Archer Courtney Artman Daniel Atha Shannon Atnip Billy Austin Leslie Austin Keisha Avery Marion Bakheet Jennifer Baldwin Aubrey Bankston Morgan Barb Brandon Barnes Ronnie Barth Kalicia Bathea Bridgett Battle Lynn Battle Ronald Battle Jonas Bauer Patricia Bell Sharan Bell r Dennis Benjamin Jenifer Berry Evan Bethune Jennifer Bethune Shawn Bethune Chaisty Bigsby Karen Black Jessica Blair Stacy Blazer Stephen Boyanton Lonnie Boyd l 155 Tesha Bozeman Jon Braafhart Sharon Branch Ronnie Brazda Daniel Brencil Michael Brooks Brent Brown Chris Brown Darius Brown Dawn Brown Frances Brown Paul Bryant Levetta Buggs Bruce Butkovich Erica Butler Meredith Byrne Trey Byrne Chris Caldwell Michelle Caldwell Adam Campbell Michael Cape Crystal Carroll Jeff Carroll Matt Carswell Ricky Carter John Cawthon Leigh Champion Craig Chandler Bill Chantler Teri Choates Tori Choates Doyle Massey and Wayne Smith get ready for the game. Joanne Pike and her friends are step- ping up in the world. v A YM yy J J , J we ' ,7 :fa eig, 6 .4 ' K V ,, 5 J - 5 . H ' ' i . l 'M 1, A 5 M-wf Q X,-if fa f W ,, . me fl, , ,mf - f -'i S ,f 1 4 I Swann if F QE! 2 it lf fe, " M fy 1 all gf ., f A 15 5+ 55 vw 7 fr 4 thi if' 'N ' 1 Jimmy Jones, were you sleeping again? 47' mv 4' , ,z Ma. ,la , - f N,-4 ' V V ' ,5f,., ., , ,iv f W is , , , f W.. X 1 ' 9 . ' ff- L , I g . . 513241 rm , Q , 3, W 3- Q K A, , . J A at i f ,rf H 141,111 W, V Z I my W AV I, A fa F gm In Venancio Portalatin is concentrating on his performance. R r? ',Vn,' l . lf. J 9 4 ,QW if ', r f" 47 , , ,. ..,, 2 M. K Y 1, wx r' 'Q f 'T . 3: 1- .N I C X A' 5 I'-.rj ,Q if refer' W ' ' J C we A . M! 'L Q i lm ' 1 ,.r fiwg. .s Tami Wilson and Terra Tarice Coles gladly represent the eighth grade on the Homecoming Count. Jenni Clark Adrian Clark Solomon Clark William Clark Leigh Cline Cheryl Coble Joshua Coffield Jennifer Coker Chris Coleman Terra Coles Cieorge Coletti Casey Collins Roy Collins Melissa Connelly Megan Cooksey Daxid Cooper Tammie Corkery Jennher Cotton Antonio Crew Nolman Cubas Amy Daily Richard Daniel Blaine Davis Kristina Davis Stacey Dean Johnny Dennis Jessica De Sanctis Katy Diggs Stephen Dill Flora Dowclell Maxine Downing Angela Dunson Harold Durden Mandy Dutton Brian Dyer Mike Earl Brian Edenfield Erica Edwards Jason Ellis Andrew Elosge Osman Ercin Michelle Espina Megan Ewald Brian Fain Maysoon Faraj Adam Faulkner Fenton Ferguson Stephanie Fitzgerald Alex Flores Jason Flowers Shannon Floyd William Freeman Wesley Funderburk Teresa Gaines Tanisha Gales Deronta Gay Michael Gerard Joseph Giles Scott Ginn Gary Glasse Megan Graham Joe Gresham David Gouge Richard Griffin Alicia Griswell Everett Gregory Don Grissom Andrea Hamilton Ramion Hampton Janet Harbin Jennifer Hardeman Robert Harper Karmelita Harvey a rf W VV.' II ' G I ,ii r r , If " W , , :rig 1' ee, ,UH .t,,,, , .V I , fi, 'ii' - ' V it ,W U, Jason Williams, stop looking at the teacher s grade book. ,, gi ? x I ,,. . , f ,,,, - f ' V ,J f V 1 W ia. i A f f 3, f V " , rrrrv J V -vr' rrvv - t' F A , 7 - H "" V H ' A. -f if 1? ' f, , Mi, , 7155 U , zz1,,-: im 'i?iQl"'--- H . E Mt , , ' aw i , ' ,,., , ,,i:, 1 mfr., .5. , U ' 2 , . ,.... 3 if . Q Z E Q 3 if i Billy Austin, can you open your mouth a little bit wider? David Hasbrouck Steven Havick Holly Heimermann Molly Helmer Elliott Henderson Christy Herndon Reagan Herrmann Brent Hill Carol Hill Kellie Hogan Michael Holcombe Mary llolland Lori Honeycutt Judith Hooper Steven Hopkins Derrick Hopson Corey Home Tracie Hurley Greg Hutchins Shawn lrons April Jackson Bobby Jackson Jemel Jackson Shannon Jenkins James Johnson Crystal Jones Heather Jones Jimmy Jones Stephen Jones Paul Jordan Daniel Joyner Calvin Jung Wesley Junior Dan Kelly 159 Andrew Kerrish Hyung Kim Mee Kim Niko! Kinard Stephanie Lackey Dietra Laird Gretchen Lance Jakenya Lawrence Crystal Lawson Eric Leef Tabitha Lester Deangeles Lewis Michael Lionberger James Little Dawn Love Michael Lowe Kevin Luther Cindy Luu Kevin Lux Diana Lynam Diane Lynch Tosha Mabry Keith MacAnn Shannon MacDonald T.J. Machaby Chauntaundra Mahaffey Barbara Mahotiere Jennifer Malone Roy Malone Adlette Mamary Chris Mapp Tyson Marsh Doyle Massey Sonya Matthews W f QW ua 2125? 9 was if at The eighth grade homecoming float shows a strange interest in the macabre 174' J 6.7 Courtney Artman gapes with wonder at the great play that was just made. V I '11, ' ...,E: , .Q J ., WW , nw 7 ' 'Inna 2:2111 1 -1 , A e A' .-an 9 an 2' ,r my 13? Hn Gb , me fm A ar U-wus, Z2 Www wwwgwwmum ,J A W' ,gm rv f Van' K qi ' 4 Q6 ILS I 41 J .ig X I , ,K f M Q W' ig ., A X 1 .wi 'ef , jj ,NW , I 3? If I I fi y A Me' Karen White learns Pre-Algebra by osmosis through her hand. , 2 Lee Mazarky Kimberly McCloud Stephanie McCumber Kandi Merck Heather Merritt Carl Mesurac Chris Mersurac Dana Meyers Maria Middlebrooks Thad Miller Cynetria Mills Davey Mills Jennifer Minor Don Mitchell Sherry Mobley Adam Monet Heather Montgomery Cedric Moore Kiirsten Moore Lantanya Moreland Kelli Morgan Carissa Morris Tommy Morris Tony Muffuletto Stacie Myers Stephen Naehr Allen Nance Bradley Nantt Scott Needling Andrew Nelson W X9 , H, Q Q ag, Q as 'iii' -J 5 -. Renee Nelson 3 fr '51 , 161 Julie Nesmith Anne Newberry Angelo Newsome Joseph Nichols Kenneth Nowell Robert Oakes Yomi Olowo-Okere Douglas O'Neal Tanya Owens Sean Palmer Angie Pantana Jason Pappe Jennifer Parry Delores Paschall ,,m, Scott Phillips Katherine Pike Christina Pitt Sherlona Pitts Allison Plato Lawrence Polite Alysia Pope Venancio Portalatin Tara Prater Jennifer Price Philip Price Tara Price Rondah Quashie Sadia Rahemtulla Matt Rahman Neil Rawls Jon Retter il in 1 1 J V,,rr J 552 . 9 ' f YM 6 V- - "" . M f my W A 4-lv Q EW! l -an J if y 5 25' Mft, is 2 , ,i,5. 5 ::t,, ... I 1 r at ' 'AV'--liz: "iff :, " f m: we 'Wav 1, . ,W , X F, , X fi 43 f K if l V X .ilk -X .4 lf f , Lunch time at SMH ll is a happy time for everyone. 2 , Meesook Kim learns how to play badminton. ,t .rf 'Eiffff s W M-,pu in 5 V A, J , J -1 1 '43 f ' 'YEKEQP v A yrrc W I Q "" W,-,qi 655 Us QV L7 at 1552 f f I 'Vi 41 , , f MZ M f 1 1 'f 'W W ,au , rj., ,' , f W". f U 'Ll-if graders are Involved In a challenging badminton 2 E f f gt 1 1, Z: V ' I A Stacie Myers daydreams about the guy who gave her the camation. I 5' 'V c,5M,g:- i wwf - 1 47 1 'c4,,E I W -Iv : :, f' ' film J Q ffl Q1 Adrienne Richardson Marie Richardson Lisa Roberts Christopher Robinson Julie Rogers Yamas Rollins Paul Ross Clay Roszelle Jacob Rutledge Somsanith Saechang Rick Salisbury Jeff Sanders Rebecca Sargent Mike Schaefer Dana Schaefer Alia Schneider Chandler Schuyler Susan Scorza Erin Searing Ted Seeley Jon Seim Jacob Sentlingar Demetria Shaw Amanda Shirkey Detnss Smith Emily Smith Jarvis Smith Julie Smith Rebecca Smith Wayne Smith Susanne Snider Tricia Sonnen Kellie Spake Jan Spalding Justin Sprague Dexter Stallworth Robert Stanley Daniel Song Ryan Stanton Kelly Steele Tim StCVCY'lS Jennifer Stickney Rebecca Street Shane Sullards m , W . 1 H ..., W , , , 1 2 , f , . , H, .... , . J 1, 7 X ,M ,M wg A.. ,, ' ii an M ,gy m i H " 1 if f G 1 of ff'-f 1 Mrs. Hammonds carries on a serious conversation with her students. el an m A ,W if Lewis Sutton M' ' I 7 Wendy Swimme Scott Talbot Clay Taylor Frank Tharp Adria Thomas Chuck Thompson Danny Tjo Michael Travelstead La Risha Trotter Eric Varner Tracey Hurley and Linden Broome work hard on their classwork. Doyle Massey can't seem to concentrate on his work. 4 W f f X ,. ff f A J Q lL ? S V5 xg V f fy 5, f ff ff ,uv 1 l Sf if W mf .'V-' ",, ,f li Zig? JM 3 f e r el 1 A J. y 1, ,:.r W 4 e V , 'V Q if ,W 6 52 5 I M 'Q kj , "" 'ff' My 1' W7 W -2 ff A 7 fy 1542 Dan Joyner and Brent Brown help Kenneth Howell get things out of his locker. MJ! all Ji, -. '- +1 -an g if fngkfif -N ML -4 5 'W 9 rf ,K :gi Z 3 Harbin and Lisa Roberts help Leon Thompson use the phone during h V J pr :Bic-'!'4 Vicki Van Wyk Melissa Vitrano Calenia Waddy Tracy Waldon Missy Walfard Cedric Walker Scott Wankel Billy Wardstrom Greg Wamack Hollis Waterman Justin Waterman Antwan Wells Chiquita Wells Greg Whatley Cicely Williams Evanthia Williams Jason Williams Jason Williams Lacosha Williams Michael Williams Mikel Williams Paul Williams Dordrick Wilmont Dawn Wilson Julie Wilson Krista Wilson Selena Wilson Karen White Michael Wright Annie Wu Sum Hee Yang Tom Young Brian Zwicker FRESHIVIAN CLASS COUNCIL iq First Row: Laura Tankersley, Tiffany Gaines, Susan Baldwin, Jennifer Heigian, Mel Pinkerton, Liza Crrandia. Second Row: Lauren Pliehaus, Kelly Harns, Leslie Busher, Kristen Bragg, Tara Vonliutzleben. Third Row: Shannon Hostetler, Lori Lascody, Katie Kennedy, Tamara Alston, Lalvlia Garner, Gina Brown. 4 WL '-Jvfwf' N-n ,gf M, am '- .A - l L if w"'f"3"'1""m,:: wg,-A 'W - -N I ff ww me , 1 L we f f lm K .-.lww M" A 'N fl", 'rv fs ... JW, ,ij fy, ya, ,Q-5-A JJ.-V .L -f -, ' L 'milf fs, Mr'-Q A-1? eww- 7 . , e,ff'2?'5'f: 'Q .1 -Mf"',.:w'-r.,QfMf'l az' 'Wes'-,. 'fff,s:7"'i K tfyfaij, svn'-my hiv!! ,, fgzy, tg? as :I .3 3 '-Q'U7?.i"v Nh. IZPi""'-4'frI'4-vffififff "" . -.. '1'- 'L 3' 7, ' lOflicersJ Laura Tankersley, Vice President: Liza Crrandia, President: Polly Brown, Trea- surer: Lalvlia Garner, Secretary. PIECES o '9 PIECES o ' div Linda Beard, Scott Fortnam. and their friends hang out together at lunch. hall -ia-'A .,.. N ...- iw :X N sr xg t ie ' AX ff! Steven Iverson is very interested in the Middle Ages. PIECES D PIECES O Eddie Abraham Jennifer Adam Susan Aho Lyn Allred April Anderson Eric Anderson Shelley Anderson Charlie Austin April Baird Michelle Baldmn Susan Baldwin Leah Barid Linda Beard Jonathan Beasley Brook Bedell Craig Bell Adam Block Amy Black Mark Bosley Kevin Bost Tara Bacerra O Kristen Bragg Kimberly Brooks Bobby Bromm Duke Brown Gina Bromm Polly Brown John Buliington Mike Buoy Mike Burdeshaw June Burris Erica Bush Leslie Busher Kim Bussey Kerrie Byme Mike Cain Tina Campbell Richie Cannon Jennifer Camran Leigh Carroll Tom Carroll Aarron Cartledge Richard Case Brady Catron Robert Cawthon Freshmen intently watch the proceedings of the pep rally. As soon as school began for the year, n freshmen started to realize that they need to get serious about school. ln the past, the students experienced a relatively worry-fr academic life, and many were careless abo their study habits. With the start of hig school, however, grades really begin to cou for or against students, depending on whet er they are good or bad grades. High school teachers expect much mo from students than lower grade teachers, an the students began to realize that it mig take a lot of time and hard work to meet ther expectations. Freshmen also started to w harder for good grades because now t they are actually in high school they ha something to look forward to: graduatio They know that in order to graduate, th must pass all of the required classes. Tho intending to go on to college realize that it good grades, not luck, that assures entran into the college of their choice, and, later the career of their choice. 1 4. , ,, ,mf tn rrii r I - "',,- W, ui , ,,,s,r , mn, K L , ,, ,, ,yy M, "M , ,l,,,,,, wg,-,W 4 1 Doing math homework is always preferable to eating a school Tiffany Gaines displays her cheer- lunch. leading expertise at the bonfire. xxx The Freshmen Homecoming representatives Laura Lascody and Tiffany Gaines are having a good time participating in the parade. Jennifer Chaffin Edward Chamorro Jennifer Chapman Paul Chason Trina Christian Chris Combs Kim Cooper Bryan Couch Paul Dangel Jennifer Daughty Andy Davis Barbara Davis Mike Davis Greg Davison Stephanie Doggett Christy Donnelly Melissa Doolittle Lori Douglas Michelle Doust Richard Edmondson Chris Eaton Ryan Eddy Katie Eidson Danielle Faraj Mike Finnie Elizabethe Fell Susan Fischer Matt Frick Mike Frick Lonni Ford Kellie Fox Kim Froelich Tiffany Gaines Angie Garner if ey chow down The B-Team Cheerleaders urge the crowd on to cheer for their 10 'QQ' Pichardo and his friend pose as cool Patrick Blazer is in a hurry to eat his delicious food at the barbeque. from the '50s during Spirit Week. -or QI? fx. 'El Xxx 4 K ff wp m ww - . 'W ' .+ 'xii W- ,, z.F'.xkQ The class of '91 shows off its spirit in the Homecoming Parade. Billy Garner La Mia Garner Sandi Gamer Scott Garrison Robbie Gilbert Byron Gomez Traci Goodman Liza Grandia Tracy Harper Kelly Harris Sophie Hay Lisa Headrick Jennifer Heitjan Celeste Henley Shong Herr Shaunyse Hill Season Holmes Mitch Holloway Shannon Hostetler Mark Howell Chris Huff Stacey Ingram Steven lverson Hashetta Jackson Lee Ann James I ' PIECES O ' Juli Jarboe Meenh Mohan Elon Johnson Evon Johnson Jock Jones Erica Jordan Jennifer Joos Becky Joy Pallavi Kapadia Amy Kelsey Katie Kennedy Nevin Kennedy Karl Keppeler Laurie Lascody Justine Lefever Dyteya Lewis Frederick Lewis Keith Lewis Kevin Lewis Allen Little Amy Long Kellie Lucas Jason Luckey Amy Lux . , l we .. , Noah Heimlich and Polly Bromm expect something to come out of the desk at any moment. 'Hifi' nn-.......,,.a Angela Stanton. Danielle Faraj, and Christine Fapp discuss the latest gossip. sd' 5 V, 1, ey " if ui.. . W A 7 , 4 . l v A0281 'Wifi' Tanya Saucler tnes to smile about her school lunch S Q.. ..-f i A z - it kai. Matt Rankin shares his homeworlg with Kevin Hayward. Rachel Sellers finds that sleeping is much better than listening to the day s lecture Michele Lyons Whitney Malcolm Amy Malone Joy Majewski David Marcoux Wally Marsh Mike Matthews Steve McCormack Bonnie McFarlin Jeff McFelea Robert McPherson Christian Messick Eileen Mills Michael Mote Kyle Muhaw Yvette Mujica Jamie Murphy Ed Nash Julie Nelson Pete New Lauren Niehaus Jennifer Noble Tracy O'Conner Teresa Oglesby Kevin Pace Christine Papp Michael Park George Parkman Chad Parson Tonya Parson Awani Patel Parita Patel Stanley Paz Vaishali Pendharkar Gina Perret Alfredo Pichardo Alex Pierce Melanie Pinkerton Brian Pirkle Nicole Polite Susan Pope Kevin Powell Eddie Pucko Lacey Radosta Heather Rakestraw Joe Ray NA ii S sf Freshmen find time to talk to their friends on the phon 'wc 'M if Jenny Rogers takes one last look at her appearance before she leaves for class Mira'- hav 4. f ,F . L: mm l.... :gssvgss-:ss-his rr-' -1, 1QI:ll53lg.: , . .... , X 51 Y fu' ga 5 9 ' 'Tiff af -. Shouldn't one face the typewriter when one is 'nn' John Wynn thlnks that his school lunch IS extremely funny T-gf' X B J Benson looks ln has book bag for something more lnterestlng than text books 'nat 'ev J-nq,"""""N Lunch seems to have been safrsfymg for Brook Bedell Mlchael Mote, and Steve lverson Angle Redmond Leigh Reld John Relsslger John Reynolds Kelly Richardson Angle Robertson Mundy Robertson Arturo Rodriguez Jenny Rogers Elyse Romer Tanya Saucler Sander Scott Jennlfer Sears Jennnfer Seam Karen Smiley Crrler Smith Jason Smith Paul Smotherman John Solhs Deena Spraggs Angela Stanton .I .'v I . . . if -5 Q 5 ,Q nv- , , L r F K 1 . . . ' ' x ' V' " ' , If ,j , fr 5' l W y ' v 'K Q Q n I f J 59.31 A 1 M l ty XM - , . f t s A ' 4 7 Vu x i ' . " "' t I v4 '75 Q ,, A 5 'Iv 4, ggi ' V - 1- 1-A-f ' K ' I 1 . N. . 1 if rttt at A tt fs ai ' me ..t l ' t l 4 p 4 5 S 1.1 1 kk ti P' E K E'-R ' A L- J 4 V . , . . . N. . I 175 Casey Stephens Brad Stevens Brooks Sullards Mark Swenson Dan Tankersley Laura Tankersley Jerry Teachout Jennie Teronde Brian Theisen Karen Thomas Tammy Thomas Susan Thomton Lynn Trail Sean Traynor Keith Treadwell Tong Vang Javier Vivanco Tara Von Kutzleben llene Von Wedel David Walker Greg Walker James Walker Kerri Walker Robert Walker ,J ' 'f I 5 n This Freshman tightly clutches her pencil so Using the card catalog, Paul Stanley diligently looks for it won't get away from her. books on his topic, When the Freshman class of 1991 fi- nally arrived at Stone Mountain High they didn't know whether they wanted to stay or run back to something familiar: SMH ll. Many of the Freshmen wanted to stay at SMH for several reasons. At a larger school they have the opportunity to meet many new people of different ages, they can participate in the pep ral- lies, and at SMH they don't feel as isolat- ed as they did at SMH ll. On the other hand, some Freshmen wanted to retum to SMH ll. One reason is that at SMH ll they can sit in class and occasionally glance out the windows. Obviously, they are unable to do that at SMH. Also, SMH ll is much less crowded than SMH. Even though there are differing opinions about SMH and SMH ll, one thing is clear: whether upper-or under-class- men, all SMH students have awesome Pirate Spirit. hd lf!! -4 Karl Keppeler is disturbed after losing a card game. F3 is 4 hu. anna mv Ninth graders like to goof oh' during lunch. Jerry Walter Jennifer Warren Misty Waters Crystal Dae Weinstein Josh Welte Joe White Gary Wiles Deirdre Wilkins Pat Williams Carla Witcher Jin Woo Brad Wood John Wynn Tarxu Xiong Matyer Yang Mee Yang Sophomore Class Council First Row: Matt Smith, Mary Margaret Chilton, Missy Jersawitz, Brooke Brower. Second Row: Jennifer Riley, Kim Cirimmett, Christine Knox, Deebee Tucker, Carol Bennett, Shannon Day. Third Row: Cam Davis, Jana Schade, Tara Herrig. Missy Jersawitz, Jennifer Bistrack, and Dayna Dunbar possess a speciai power that puts Scott Anderson in a trance. 'KWH' J Q Matt Neithercut takes balloon-shooting very seriously. V ,o-, ,J 5 an Q w.. ,-. ,'- I MN Q-.wr "L.' Steve Adams Scott Anderson John Anton Jennifer Armstrong April Beckford Patrick Baldwin Mike Baron Greer Baughman Chris Behan Mark Bernier Jennifer Bistrack Eboni Blount Tina Bost Kelly Brandon Mark Britt Shelly Brooks Brooke Brower Wendy Brown Cheri Bunder Adrienne Burgess Derick Burrell ES OF '90 Sheri Bortiz Lori Borland Shane Burrell Beth Burris Jill Bush Blake Byers Geoff Calhoun Demetnce Cameron Todd Cannon Nicole Capkovitz Anthony Carano Cara Carter Matt Casey Dawn Causey Kym Chadwick Jennifer Chafiin Kelly Chambers Mandy Chandler Mary Margaret Chilton liwang Choi Hee Jin Chong Susan Clark Mike Collins Dasha Connerly SN -Q Laura Wideman powders her face to prepare for her next class. Some sophomores find that textbooks serve as excellent pillows. is 180 Jennifer Earl daydreams about better school lunches. -,S 4, fff f , U 'Fhmuvhh W Dwayne Wilson thinks that Biology is funny, 1 'QPV 4-elim mlm if Amanda Copeland Chris Crenchaw Stephanie Cronin Hope Davies Cam Davis Mike Davis Shannon Day Shannon Deaton Tracy DeBardelaben J.J. Deiiardelaben Kate Demastus Lillia DePass Tim Dickey Jimmy Dixon Sandy Dobbs David Donnell Kimberly Donovan Dena Doyle Dayna Dunbar Jennifer Earl Cheree Effel Alesha Elliott Elizabeth Ercin Beth Erling Holly Eubanks Jenni Evans Jon Evans Shereen Faraj Kim Ferguson Linda Ferranti Kim Fields James Finger Perry Flathmann Scott Floyd 182 4" 7,1 ll! 2 L lil, i. 5 4 M. A -v ,gi Q f WMV- f ,, if 3 i f fl. if 4 2 1 4 Z me ..,, H ' , 4 If ' fl I-if if Spuds MacKenzie is a popular dog among the sophomore class. Sandy Dobbs reflects on what the clay holds for her. The sophomores show their class spirit by riding on the l coming float and wearing class sweatshirts. of -.,,-I 'Sr 'Hal I 2 as F -.fm l ik, x Q: V-arprsgf N. CL.-ne- wg, I '5- qv, Kim Grimmett and Kym Chadwick are pleased to be a part of the Homecoming Court. Pam Loisel demonstrates her skill as a gymnast while doing a front flip. 'za 5 as X 4 UL Q .- , 't , ,N llff' " ' , ,035 ' ", 'N ', ff 'i , if-" - 'f Wm no in Dana Fornasar and Shannon Gurley show their Homecoming spirit by dressing up in poodle skirts for Fifties Day. 217' Chip Forbes Dana Fomasar Betsey Franze Sylvester Frewell Brenda Gallagher Mike Gary Symlca Gilkey Janese Gipe Crystal Gray Kai Van Cxreiner Kim Grimmett Johnny Guffey Heather Hawkins Richard Hansil Jason Hawkins Kevin Hawkins Stephanie Hawley Kevin Hayward Todd Hefner James Heidt Laura Hendry Stephanie Henley I 183 Tara Herrig Cassandra Hickes T Bucky Hicks Carlos Hill Jimmy Hinson Ericca Hodges Wade Hodges Sandi Holland Suzie Holt Tiffany Hopkins James Houck Holly Hunter Kristen Hyde Lalanya Hyde David ltani Alexis Jackson Rhonda Jackson Ginger Jacoby Missy Jersawitz tr' Jennifer Earl laughs at her typewriter while .Jill Bush speedily types her assignment ffffi Every Fall sophomores at Stone Mountain High School are required to take the Basic Skills Test. They must pass the test in order to graduate from high school. The Basic Skills Test consists of a wide array of questions ranging from elementary to high school level In the past the Basic Skills Test was completely standard ized but now It contains a new part: essay writing. On the first morning of the test the sopho mores were given a topic on which to write a five-para graph essay. The essays were graded in several areas in cluding clarity and complete ness. Over the next couple of days the standardized portion of the Basic Skills Test which included questions over math and English was taken ES CF 'l ff 3 ,NA in-. 'kk Chris Crenshaw and Tia Browder enjoy each oth company in Biology class , fs ff rl . ' I '- l X ' W- wi 1, 4:-1 Shereen Faraj sells soft drinks and candy in the Commons after school. ig ,aid Kristy Bell laughs at her friend's clever remark. Hansel Johnson Stephen Johnson Howard Jones Shene Jones Craig Jordan Shannon Cxurley Mizuho Kameoka Adrienne Keown Greg King Matt King Shelly Kitchens Samantha Kitzmiller Christine Knox Melissa Lacy Chris Lance Stacey Leming Rob Lennon Pam Lolsel Dawn Loura Sam Love Dee Dee Tucker Shawn Lysaght Jennie MacAnn Peteria Maddox Daphne Mahotiere Ryan Majewski Eric Maples Chris Marosy Alex Marrero David Matthews Billy May Ann Mciiroom Marlin Mcliay Angie Mczliinney Stefanie Meadows Charles Middlebrooks Randy Miller Tracey Miller Shari Miscevich Chad Moorhead Kristin Morton ii.. x W s. IQ K 'wr -J Amy Monet helps her friends sell soft drinks in the Commons. E 1 x Kym Chadwick enthusiastically cheers for the Pirates while sitting on Kim Cirimmett's shoulders. Tibeius Burnett keeps an eye on his lunch so it won't away from him. PIECES CF '90 PIECE - . 2 ....i ij. ' gf ,Tia he , Ms ak' - .' The sophomore Homecoming float is overflowing with spirit Jennifer Earl pauses to watch her power- ful shot sail over the fence. f ,,,,, 1,1 ,... . -W, ,Q ,- A f' Q-'EJ X X 7. lay: I 4. ,wa ,f , f wx. Missy Jersawitz can t decide if she wants to move left or night. f-ww ...J -V Greg Muffuletto Beth Nadason Sweeta Plagpal Matt Heithercut Ben Nixon Maitland Nixon Lamar Oliver Marc Ovesen Anna Pei Laura Peterson Steven Phillips Andrew Powell Aldo Ramos Chip Raney Matt Rankin Matthew Rawls John Riker Jennifer Riley I P 18 7 Craig Robbins Julee Roberson Krista Roberts James Robertson Greg Roman Billy Rowell Daryle Rowell Debbie Sasso Carnell Saunders Jana Schade Amy Schneider Lori Schulthess Brian Seymour Brian Singleton Shane Slocum Matt Smith Loretta Starbird Kelita Stevens Valerie Thompson Laura Tomlinson Karen Underwood Jennifer Upchurch Leigh Ann Upchurch Teresa Van Ells Susan Farris works diligently to get her work Rim Grimmett and Kym Chadwick are the best of friends. done on time. V""' We f. 1 'fl' ShouIdn't you be cheering your team on, instead of goof- ing off? J 1 . -1' if , ,,,,, , at 1 4 M 'Y' ,g 4, 'f - it , ,, fo-fan. Z. ,..,,3 W , V4 J' uv in In 'G ,. ,, Aj l My , f 1 mf Mx ,Q ' ' f 4? as , is Y 525 ws:-Y g , . A w,,,,,eY S mf , chines .al Getting a learner s permit is a very im- portant step for a sophomore. Soon they reach that point where they will have the freedom to go where they want and when they want. Many sophomores choose to take Driver's Education before getting their licenses. There are some very good advan- tages in taking the class. For example, it lowers your insurance rates. Also, your in- structors are impartial and easier to learn from than parents often are. All in all, tak- ing Driver's Education is beneficial to every sophomore learning how to drive. . Q '- was X n . 4 4., Q ' Q t if --fr A 4 0, imap, The B-Team cheerleaders urge the crowd on during the Homecoming parade. Driver s Education students receive extra practice with the use of the simulation ma- ' - l 'K hu. l Ana Ventura Bryan Vining Angee Vergnaud Virginia Vivanco Ted Wada James Walker Gene Waters Tami West Gabriel Whatley Brad Wheeler Chris White Lonnie White Valerie Whitehead Jennifer Wiggins Dwayne Wilson Allison Windsor Kofi Winfrey Scott Womack Kevin Woods Jason Wright Ed Wynn Manase Xiong I 139 UNIOR 'iiwu '22- 17' ll 'T f Fl Y W W' 1 W , ff C Greg Pltz prepares to hit a backhand. Jayclee Udeshi pauses tu l l relax between classes. gang.: ,Q 'Frances Burgas, John Reynolds, and Heather Lewis are even able to find amusement in a classroom. bmw , N35 an E EA-X yE!, L , 3 Cindy Sheldon signn S: M.. Allison Adams Ainsley Amundsen Jason Anderson Joey Anglin Carolyn Attridge Ed Autry Jeff Bailey Richie Barid Cyndi Baron Richard Barih Ware Bedell Krissy Bell Shane Belleville Judy Benjamin Shannon Benjamin Kerri Berholci Aaron Bistrack Kevin Bixler Brian Blanton Tracy Blooclworth Edwin Boller Marie ' Bonin Larry Bowen John Boyanton Chris Brannan Christy Britt Michael Brock Rob Brown Kathy Bruce Katy Brunson Brant Buchanan Mark Buchanan l'-lark Buffington Frances Burgos Kathy Burke Larry Busher Scotty Butler Brad Butkovich Todd Buxton Stefanie Caldwell Wendy Caldwell Christy Cannon Michelle Cape Gina Carder Victor Carrillo John Carson Robert Carswell Every year the Junior class works hard organizing the deco- rations food and music for the prom. ln addition to paying their class dues Juniors are responsi- ble for such prom fundraisers as the Homecoming Barbeque and Dance car washes and bake sales in order to raise enough money. Work starts as early as the preceding summer because many decisions must be made as soon as possible, such as the theme and the place where the prom is to be held. Everyjunior who takes an active part in plan- ning the dance does his or her best to make the correct choices so that their prom will truly be an occasion to remember. Jason Anderson demonstrates how to jump like a frog. Flu Q -w These disguised junior "dudes" show their spirit at the pep rally. 1 ,ya Zia qt' CJ' W 444 Q 3 5? x nvf April Ward pays close atten' - m m V tion to Mrs.l1ursey's French - . lesson. Mike Crowe iistens iqtentiy tof the his fxien::!s+ a 4' J ' Q if If re L 1 1 N K i Y ggi., 1 l e K , 5 ' l f A7 - ' X X2 7 40 Q .,,! " i "' X - -.i J -K '-?'f'1f J 2 ,Q sk as-ss I x I' ,. X 'Q' 1 3 nam Watford and coach creed afscussggge qafi13SiSg3ff1gs Qf 2 G f I Qfwn gk QS? S Lee Camxp oavia cavenaef Kevin Chandler Chris Chapman Q Jana if-2 . 5 -. X 0' -my ws Sag . 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As well as being a senior class sponsor, she is also the sponsor for Model United Na- tions and Close Up Ms lfill has been a teacher at SMH for ten years She has taught almost all the seniors dunng their years at SMH Ms lfill has a very special place in the hearts of the entire senior class We love you Ms llill 1 Sammy King and Brandon Haynle share a high points of U S History with her excited class 3 Ms lflll s smiling face brightens ev ery day laugh with Ms. lfill. 2. Miss lfill discusses the - SENLQ-L26 Chris Abbott Michael Alan Abney Stephanie Paige Acker Kimberly Dawn Adams M8l'C A. AICXZIIGCI' Chfistifle M. Anderson Yvette Anderson Lorentz W. Armstrong J. Desiree Atchison Jeannette Attridge DIECE6 QF '88 Abbott-Bcrtleson - Paul F. Attridge Michael B. Bailey I Dominica Barrera l Russ Bell Tamara Star Austin John Baldwin Willlam D. Ban'y Jean Ann Bennett Cameron A. Ayer Tanya Barlow PFC Michael Wilson Bates David Glenn Berny Randy A. Baham Rebecca L. Bamey Clifford D. Battle Michael A. Bertelson Bishop-Caffgll SENIQQQS- - - Wade Bishop V 1 Stacy Lynn Blankenship Christa L. Boyett Tracey Lynn Brewer - Rebecca Taylor Bockman Mark Lee Bracewell Donald Christopher Brown Dennis B. Bogumill Steven W. Bradford Michelle L. Brown 1 - Robert A. Brownlee Elizabeth J. Bmce Tara Bumett Dean T. Bumham I Melissa Bowen i Raymond J. Brennan 212 i DIECE5: OF '88 Roger L. Busbee Anne Byrand - Richard Alan Canfield Patricia Nicole Canzoneri Blaine Charles Byers l Debra Jeanne Calhoun H Debbie M. Cannon Stephen K. Caprkovitz Karen Lisa Camian Lori Lynn Carroll SENIOQCS Shedrick J. Carswell, Ill Steven Carter 1- Robert Chestnut Meco B. Choates Gary L. Clark Quo Vadis Clark l Robert F. Castellow Jennifer H. Choe Stacy A. clark ' Christopher R. Chandler Chadwick Lee Clark I Alan C. Collins Andrea Chametta Collins Stacey Rogers Collins Eric C. Conley Tracy J. Conlin DIECE6 QF '88 Carswcll-Cfiscoe 'SQ Susan C. Conoly Carl L. Cook Jennifer Lynn Cowles Christy Annette Coyle Danny D. Craig Kimberly Ann Crane Mike Crehan M. Duncan Cnscoe Todd R. Coppinger Christopher Corkery 215 SENIOQS 4. THE CLA656 OF '88 fy if' ' 'Wil 3. u .tg 4 'K M .fy I EBENIODSJ Joseph Alexander Cronin i 1 Gary A. Currie Shahna Leigh Curtis Danielle C. Davis Kathryn E. Davis John 0. Day T1- Amelia C. Davis Joanna Shawn Davis Thomas Furman Davis lll 1 Kenneth A. DCBSOII DIECE6 OF '88 Cronin-Erickson X Jennifer E. Deaver William heath Dickerson f Lisa YVOFIHC DOISOII Joseph M. Delekto Cassandra L. Dobbs Joanna Renee Doxey Tara Elizabeth DeRock M 1' ww Andfea E. DOTBFI Darren W. Drake l Peter G. Desanctis Becky L. Dorset: Y Diane Rene Dukes Jennifer Dell Dunbar Darren Spencer Eastall Anthony Eberhardt, Jr. Christi E. Erickson Geoffrey J. Evans ,auml Mylora J. Ferber Timothy L. Ferguson 4 Laurie Ann Fischer Brent E. Fisher Renee' Lynn Flagle SJENIODSJ Angela Christine Fain Leslie Joy Ferguson l I Kimberly D. Fields Jennifer L. Flowers DIECE65 GF '88 Evans-Glover 4.5 vfiwx l Stacie Flowers Christine M. Frederick Z Russell W. Gehman l Mark A. Gilreath ' Melanie A. Forsyth LiSa A. Galecki Leslie A. Geiger l i Kathryn Steece Ginn My I Nicole Elyse Foster Gregory S. Galloway Mike A. Gibbons Nadine Cynthia Glasse Rachel Anne Fowler JZITICS W. Claffell James D. Gillespie Melinda A. Glover Cojcli -Holland CQJENIQIQCQJ Bradley J. Gojdics Shane Gorla l Y Trandy Greiner Brent K. Griffin iv E Alison Hagan Wendy Leigh Hamby 1 Danielle M. Harrington Melissa Ann Harris 222 Sikena M. Graham Dan Griffin Lisa rlardesty ' David Hal'l'iS0rl Pamela Gray Steven Griffin John Wayne Hardigree Brandon, rlaynie DIECE6 OF '88 Alicia Heins Philip nenanx Natalie Elise Hickes Theresa M. Hinson Karen Jeanine Helms CBITTICI1 Denise Hewatt Debbie Jean Hill John Hinton IV - Paul Holbrook Sean Hglland 'D 1. QSENIODQS N Donald Holt Mark Huff Maria H. Huppuch Billy Johnson Jennifer Home Karen Denise Hughey USB Hurst Danski L. Johnson Sheri Lyn Howard Christopher Hunt DOH F. Jal112S Dewey L. Johnson IV Laura Denise Howell Stacy Hunt Renee M. Jarvis Henry Johnson DIECESJ CDF '88 - 1 - Joseph Johnson Ronald Johnson Afldfew B. Jordan JBSOII A. KCiI'l3t 4 mil, ,,, W V ff My ' mi . 'ix jaw ! I ii X - -.:.:, Rebecca Kennedy Sarah K. Kennedy Y .ui-A John Kim ' Samuel Aloysius King - 1 Stephanie A. Johnson Brian David Johnston L CSENIQQCS Kimberly Gail Knight Marvin T. Kolin Ivan Koltai Sherry Laing A Cynthia Lancaster Michael Shayne Langford Karen L. Kurtz Timothy Wayne Lamraen ' ' r Jacob l'l. Landers Christine L. Ledee DIECE6 OF '88 Knight-Mar-but W . 'li Jean-Philippe Lesperance WWE! christy D. Little Stuart L. Lynn, Jr. Christopher J. Lewis Ricky L. Long, Jr. Jennifer Lynn Mabry Ho N. Lin Ann Lowndes Julia Elizabeth Magnuson Matthew Ci. Lipham Shawn P. Lucas - Mark A. M3fCUl'l'1 Tara Marla Majewski Kelly Ann Mangan Jeffery Scott Mann Jennifer Leslie Marbut SENIODSQ Lisa Lynette Mathews Kimberly R. McArthur - Laura McCravy Scott McGhee Janet Suzanne McClulnness Deborah Mctfaughan Angela E. Maxwell MW Iric Shanardo McCrary Mary Lynn Mclilligott Melanie B. McRae DIECE65 CDF '88 4 if Jennifer L. Melton Bryan Keith Merck Rosemarie Messick - - Robert Todd Miller Timothy W. Minch Troy E. Mitchell ii' jf W lv Suzanne T. Moncrlef Patrick N. Moomaw Monica Latrice Morris Kara Michelle Morton Kathleen J. Haehr Amanullah Nasir Mathews Nasnr Terry D. Miles Mark A. Mixon Mark S. Morrow Wahida Nasir Neal-Dr-:actor Torricellia Neal Norman F. Nesbit Michelle Nichols Michelle Noble Darren Timothy Nowell Dan O'DonneIl Michael S. Newcomb Mary Beth N0l'bUfy Mary M. O'Loughlin SJENIGQS 1 James L. Nichols John Norman lnsh O'NeaI Shane Orzechoivski Michael C. Ostack Todd Pallo Ken Palmertree 230 k DIECECS OF '88 Charles K. Pappe Michael Park Robert Pendley war Robert rs. Pappe Brett K. Patterson Vandoris Pen'y 24 Carla R. Petty R. Scott Plato Anthony Sean Proctor Kimberley Proctor I .pin SENIODQS Dennis Pruitt Jr. 7, l Seema A. R3hCITltLlll3 Alyson Lea Rappaport Lee Pucko - Elizabeth Pier Randall J l Mike Ray John Rafferty y b Kimberly Darling Rankin Robyn Clay Reardon Anaheta S. Rafi David A. Rapier Naomi Redmore Cedric L. Reid Paul E. Reid, Jr. Sabrina R. Reynolds William Riggs DIECECTJ GF '88 Dmitt-Qutheriord . Jay Riker Kenneth Rodgers Misty elizabeth Roe Kyla Noel Roy Douglas Michael Robinson Katherine Louise Robinson Elisabeth Angela Rocco Luis A. Rodriguez, Jr. Scott Ross Anthony John Rutherford 233 CSENIGQCS Donna Jane Sampler Jason Sanders Suzanna Marie Sanders M' QM. . l -l. ! .w nl, Y , James Schmitt w David Hahn Schwefler Michelle Sheppard Amanda Sands Joseph Martin Schull Amanda Sheppard Richard Todd Simpson DIECE53 QF '88 Sampler-Stratton Katrina Slagle 'Et Sidney Smith charles J. Splnks III Geir Slettas Pamela Jean Snider Michael Alan Stames J - Teisha L. Smedley Eric Sonnen Steven Stavron Joseph Smith Lori Spencley Rodger Craig Stevens Kimala L. Stinson Tonya Marie Stoe Gary Storey V Melissa Hope Stratton CSEN10QC?D Evelyn Street Scott Teronde - Nancy L. Tharp Shannon K. Suchke Chad Terry Paul Jeffrey Trail Z 1 Jeffery Sundemieyer Aimee Beth Theisen 3 Eddie Travelstead 1 Keith Telgenhoh' Allison Paige Theisen Melissa Sherry Tumer Timothy Tumer Jenny L. Usherwood Tracy Van Tassel Evan VitCh DIECECS QF '88 C?JUCCLW1lk6S Bounsong Vongsavansack ' 1 'lf 'W' ' N ' N -kill ' fs- ' f. 1, ' ' W A 4 ' F133 1 J A s in ',, ,'w','Wf V 5 my EWU ll: l. nv- l'f',""-'Ill'-'vs JL J A -- liwflllll .N '- " 1 Q W .1 rl.-I. I a lfa,- Y l ggf W 1' . Jw Bl'l8I'l Walker Jennifer Denise Ward Kellie White Christopher waaay Lisa G. Walston Jesse V. Watson Madeline Leah White William Chadwick Wade Cynthia E. Wannamaker Jennifer Elaine Weaver Laura Leigh Wiessinger Jeif Wagner Tina Louise Warbington Terrie J. West Michael. W. Wilkes SENIQDS Andy W. Winboume Mark Wright Winboumc-Yang is J Toriona Kim Wofford Gretchen Leigh Wohlust Melissa Ann Wynn Stan Wynn I Bruce Xayasane Tanya Lynn Woods catherine D. wynne Stephen Yang DIECE6 OF '88 --, ,.- ,, f.. ,' WMM., .,1, ,,.M...X...,..,......,,,N .,,..M..,,.. .4.mW....4......x..N. ....,.,, M, ,, . Q , , A M .,..,.m M W yr. ww M "' . Mum, wif Why ,. 29-.M mm -. 1 g. X . 1 . ' -'V fs K 5, f4 ag 3w9?:? -Q M' 43 L 'J 3 1 5' kg 3 e at 5 I ' L 'if ' ' K fii H s A M i 6, 1 J J' -N- L - SENIOD5- - l t 1. Kathryn Davis, Charles Pappe, Shannon Suchke, Robert Pappe, Rick Geyer, Evan Vitch, Aman Nasir, Jeff Sundermeyer, David Rapi- er, Danny O'Donnell, and Shane Orzechowski are only a few of the seniors who participate in the OEC program, 2. Just that way, Cassandra Dobbs. 3. Eric Conley comments to friends on how much he enjoys Ms. Lewellyn's class. 4. Lee Pucko laughs during her AP European History class. 5. Darren Nowell nonverbally comments on his teacher's humorous remarks. i 'rg' . . .. -It gf' 'Q " r t 2 15' 5' Www -' ist! 1 'lf i., if A -X 4, 'D . 5 A , Y '1 f ., S T a' , X A 'Q , I I 240 L an -l- ' l' l -v V, an It ,if s fn., wi . mv .YK 'Ni H464 'Q fa ' 'J' 4 'u ,fig A 1, "J, f ,5 . .ai ,ii . f WM' 4 ly, x 8 . i Q r if , ? if E i-...rf ' .-P ., K , ,. T- J ' k X Mix X gxk E f Q . 535 .. I X if tif '55 Y .! The 1988 Senior Cotillion took place at the Lakeside Center of Stone Moun- tain Park on February 6. The music of "The Tempted" had Seniors on their feet from 8 p.m. until midnight, andteven though the music faded, the revelry didn't. The excitement of the "practice Prom" lasted until the wee hours for most. The Senior Cotillion has evolved into a time of reflection on the passing of years and anticipation of times to come - you might say the best of times and the worst of times. But for the night the Class of '88 forgot the worst and enjoyed one of their last chances to be together and yet alone. 1. Cam Ayer, Geoff Evans, Chuck Spinks, and Ricky Carswell enjoy seeing their friend, Mike Os- tack, fly through the air. 2. Julia Magnuson enjoys her escorts James Brown imitation. 3. These Senior girls are "Tempted" to shake the roof off at the Lakeside Center. 4. Dennis Bogumill enjoys the sounds of "The Temptedf' QSENIQIQ INDEX CHRIS ABBOTT "lfyou're gonna die, die with your boots on." - Iron Maiden. Gemian Club 2-4, Junior Beta 5. MICHAEL ALAN ABNEY "Remember days of skipping school, racing cars and being cool, with a six pack and the radio, we didn't need no place to go - Never Say Goodbye." Class Council 2-4, lntemational Club 5, Junior Civ- itan 1, Junior Beta Vice President 5, Senior Beta 4- 5, National Honor Society 4-5, Latin Club 5-4, Math Team 2-4, Science Club 1-5, Science Team 1-5, Tennis Team 4, Impact 1-5. STEPHANIE PAIGE ACKER IACKI "One of the hardest decisions in life is deciding which bridges to cross and which to bum. Love ya Badge. Cya." Spanish Club 4, Powder Puff 4-5, Class Council 5. KIMBERLY DAWN ADAMS fKImberl "The good we do today becomes the happiness of tomorrow." Basketball Cheerleader 1: Varsity Basketball Cheerleader 4: OEC North Vica Club 4-5, Vice Pres- ident 4. MARC A. ALEXANDER "Yesterday is our past: Today is our present: Tomorrow is our future: Live lt As You Likel" Wrestling 1: Soccer 2-5: Student Council 2-5: Class Council 4-5: FBLA 5, 5, Treasurer 5: Swimming 5: Spanish Club 5: Math Team 5: Science Club 5: Junior Beta 5. CHRISTINE M. ANDERSON "For always remember that whatever betide you, you are never alone, for God is beside you." Track 1-5, FBLA 4. VERNON ANDERSON tVeml "Do to others what you would like others to do to you." LORENTZ W. ARMSTRONG lLarryl "Life is a precious gift given to all, but to have life eternally, one must be sure to have faith in Him who gave it." Band 1-2, 4-5: Marching Band 1-5: Jazz Band 5: Senior Beta 5: French Club 5. J. DESIREE ATCHISON Qviciousl "Good intentions pave the way to hell." - Ozzy Osboume. Drama Club 2-5. JEANNETTE ATTRIDGE "Welcome to my nightmare." - Alice Cooper. Art Club 2-5, Peer Facilitators 4-5, Matmaid 1-2. TAMARA STAR AUSTIN fSpunkyl "The mountain ahead may be big and steep, but we will climb day by day to reach its peak. Look out world, here I comell!" Student Council 1-5: Honor Council 1-5: State Hon- or Council 4-5: Student Council District Coordina- tor 5: Class President 2: Class Council 2, 4-5: Foot- ball Cheerleader 1, 5, 5: Basketball Cheerleader 1, 5: SMHS Talent Show 5-4: Miss SMHS Pageant 5-4, 2nd Runner-Up 4: School Play, Grease 4: An'ive Alive 5: Chorus 1-5: Powder Puff 4-5: HERO 5: Ten- nis 2. CAMERON A. AYER "A man who brings sunshine to the lives of oth- ers cannot keep it from himself." Chess Team 1-2, Debate Team 2-5, Library Club 2- 5, Swim Team 5-5, Science Club 5, Math Team 5-4, French Club 4-5, German Club 5, Cross Country 5, Model U.N. 4-5, Social Studies Team 4, Wrestling IB-Teaml 2-5, Soccer IB-Team: 2-5. RANDY A. BAHAM VICA 5. MICHAEL B. BAILEY "Take a look at your life. There might not be a tomorrow." B-Team Wrestling 1-5, Junior Beta 5, Varsity Track 4, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 4-5, Powder Puff 5. REBECCA L. BARNEY lCl0ofyJ "If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become it." I Track 1-2, Cross Country 1. WILLIAM D. BARRY fBiIlyJ Band 1-2, Chess Team 1-2, Social Studies Team 2- 5, Debate Team 2-5, Wrestling 2-4, JuniorfSenior Beta 2-5, National Honor Society 5-5. PFC MICHAEL WILSON BATES "My country, may she always be right, but right or wrong, still my country." VICA 4-5: President 4, FBLA 4, Football 1-5, Track 1-2, Wrestling 2-5. RUSS BELL "God, how I love itI" Art Club 1: Science Club 2-5, President 4-5: Sci- ence Team 1, 5-5, President 4-5: Junior Beta 5: Tennis Team 5-5, Most Improved 4. JEAN ANN BENNETT "The mind ofa perfect person is like a mirror. It grasps nothing. It expects nothing. lt reflects, but does not hold. Therefore the perfect person can act without effort." Spanish Club 5-4, Mat Aids 5, SADD 4, Arrive Alive 5, Close-Up 5, Junior Beta 5. DAVID GLENN BERNY lBem-dog: "Importance lies not in where you start, but in where you finish." Football 1-5: Student Council 1-5, Treasurer 5: Class Council 1-5: Wrestling 1-5, 5: Track 1: Junior Beta 5: Diving 4. MICHAEL A. BERTELSON fBurtJ "lt's about time!" VICA 4-5. WADE BISHOP "tabben" DON H. BIVENS " . . . You hear the tolling bells, and touch the silk in your lapel. And as the teardrops rise to meet the comfort of the band, you take her frail hand, and hold on to the dream." Regal Eagle 4, Spanish Club 4, Drama Club 5, Children's Theatre 5, School Play, Arsenic and Old Lace, 5. STACY LYNN BLANKENSHIP "There's nothing more frightful than ignorance in action." FBLA 4-5, Math Team 5, Class Council 5, Beta Club 5-5, Human Relations Committee 5. REBECCA TAYLOR BOCKMAN fBeckIeyl "We are all part of the 'big picture'. My question is, whose wall is it hanging on?" French Club 1-2. DENNIS B. BOGUMILL fB0gyI "Don't ignore the past, respect the future, and live the present." Football 1, 5-5: Baseball 1: Wres- tling 2-5: Diving 4-5: Track 5: Gemian Club 5-4: Beta Club 5-4. CHRISTA L. BOYETT fBeatriceJ "Some day when we both reminisce, we'lI both say, there wasn't too much we missed: and through the tears, the smiles we recalled: we had it all, for just a moment." Basketball 1, Junior Beta 5, Senior Beta 4, Math Team 5, Drill Team 4-5, Gymnastics 5, French Club 4-5, Marching Band 2-5, Orchestra 5, Band 1-5, Solos and Ensembles 5-5. MARK LEE BRACEWELL fSharkJ "A lifetime may be small compared to forever, but if I do no good my life will be lost in time." Cross Country 2-5, Track 2-5, Basketball 4, Latin Club 2-5, Gemian Club 4, Junior Beta Club 2-5, Beta Club 4-5. STEVE BRADFORD "You can tell your kids about them, they might try to understand, but you never quite got through to them you just hold their little hand, cuz their lives are still before them and in time they will agree, there's nothin' left to think about." Art Club 4, VICA 4-5. TRACEY LYNN BREWER "If you love something set it free, if it comes back, it's yours, if it doesn't, it never was." Drama Club 5, Mat Maid 5, Varsity Drill Team 4-5, School Play Grease5, Gymnastics 4, Class Council 5, Powder Puff 4-5, Yearbook Staff 5. DONALD CHRISTOPHER BROWN fHermI "ln the hour of adversity, be not without hope. For crystal rain falls from black clouds." MICHELLE L. BROWN Ilvlitchl If you want something to happen for you, you have to work to make it happen and in due time, it will." Latin Club 5, FBLA 5. ROBERT A. BROWNLEE fBobJ "Character is not what a person does on his first or second try, but what he does on his third and fourth tries." B-Team Math Team 5, B-Team Science Team 5, B- Team Sr Varsity Cross Country 5. ELIZABETH J. BRUCE tBethl "Be yourself- no one can tell you you're doing it wrong." , Chorus 1, 5: B-Team Track 2: Varsity Track 5: Jun- ior Beta 5: Senior Beta 4-5: National Honor Society 4: Arrive Alive 5: Drama Club 5: Class Council 2: Spanish Club 2-5: Science Club 2-4: Science Team 2: School Play, Li'l Abner 4: School Play, Arsenic and Old Lace 5. TARA BURNETT lStrawberryl Mat Maid 4. DEAN T. BURNHAM lBeaneri "Risk we must, because the greatest hazard in life is to risk nothing. The man, the woman who risks nothing, does nothing, has nothing, is nothing." Class President 1, 5, 5: Student Council 1-5: JV Soccer 1-5: Class Council 2, 4: French Club 2-4, President 4: Science TeamfClub 1-5: JV Math Team 5: Varsity Math Team 4-5: Social Studies Team 5: Junior Beta President 5: Senior BetafNa- tional Honor Society 4-5, President 5: Varsity Ten- nis Team 5. ROGER L. BUSBEE lRogl "To achieve your goals, you have to strive for it." Football 1, VICA 5. BLAINE CHARLES BYERS "Realize your dream and strive for it - and soon success will come your way." Football 1: Swim Team 2-5, Captain 5: B-Team Soccer 5: Varsity Soccer 5: Powder Puff 4: Spanish Club 4. DEBRA JEANNE CALHOUN "An eye to see with, an ear to hear with, and, most importantly, a heart to feel and love with. that's what friends are made of." lnterrnediate Band 1: Advanced Band 2-5, 5: SMHS Marching Corps 1-5: SMHS Chorus 5: SMHS Mat- maids 4-5: French Club 5. RICHARD ALAN CANFIELD tRickl "Success begins in the mind and ends with the touch." B-Team Soccer 2-5: Varsity Swim Team 5-5: Most Outstanding Swimmer 4: Wrestling 1. PATRICIA NICOLE CANZONERI tNikkil "Your life is stained glass: your true colors don't shine without a light from within." Cross Country 2, Basketball 1, B-Team Soccer 1, Varsity Soccer 2-5, Math Team 5, Class Council 5- 5, Spanish Club 2, Senior BetafHonor Society 4-5, Georgia Merit Scholar 4, Soccer All-American 5. KAREN LISA CARMAN "Believing is the beginning of a dream coming true." Class Council 2-5: Secretary 2-5, 5: B-Team Drill Team 2-5, Captain 5: Varsity Drill Team 4-5: Junior Beta 5: National Beta 4-5: National Honor Society 4-5: Math Team 5-4: Science Team 5, Spanish Club 5-4: Georgia Certificate of Merit 4: Who's Who Among American High School Students 4: Society of Distinguished American High School Students 4: GHP nominee 4. LORI LYNN CARROLL "What you are is God's gili to you. What you become is your gift to God." Junior Civitan 1: B-Team Drill Team 2-5: Varsity Drill Team 4-5, Lieutenant 5: Junior Beta Club 5: Senior Beta Club 4-5: National Honor Society 4-5: HERO 5, Vice President 5: Class Council 5: Who's Who Among American High School Students 5: FCA 5, The Society of Distinguished American 'High School Students 5: Georgia Certificate Of Merit Winner 4. SHEDRICK J. CARSWELL Ill lRickyJ "We've got nothing to fear, but fear itself - nothing, not failure, not fatal tragedy - not the faulty units in this mad machinery - not the bro- ken contacts in emotional chemistry." Cross Country 1-5, Most Valuable Runner 5-4: Wrestling 1-5: Track 1-5, Most Valuable Runner 4: Junior Beta 5: Senior Beta 4-5: Science Club 1-5: Science Team 5: Math Team 4: Class Council 5-5, Most Outstanding Member 4: Powder Puff 4-5: GHP English Nominee 5. STEVEN CARTER Swim Team 1, Art Club 5, OEC 5-4, CVAE 5. ROBERT F. CASTELLOW fBee0 "Two things my mother always told me: don't talk to strangers and don't eat yellow snow." Varsity Math Team 4-5, Marching Band 2-4, B- Team Tennis 5, German Club 5-5, National Honor Society 4, Junior Beta 5, Senior Beta 4-5, B-Team Math Team 5, STT 2, International Club 5, Newspa- per Staff 5, Science Club 5. CHRISTOPHER R. CHANDLER "Sometimes you thlnk you're gonna get it, but you don't, and that's just the way it goes." - George Michael. Football 1, B-Team Cross Country 2-5, Junior Beta 5, Senlor Beta 4-5, Newspaper Staff 5. ROBERT CHESTNUT lChestnutl "Pain is Temporary. pride is forever" Varsity Wrestling 1-5, VOCA 4. JENNIFER H. CHOE lJenl "Live fast, love hard, and leave good memories." Concert Band 1: Symphonic Band 1: Marching Band 2: B-Team Drill Team 2: Varsity Drill Team 5- 5, Co-Captain 4-5: French Club 5-5: Junior Beta 5: Senlor Beta 4-5: Science Club 5: Science Team 5: Class Council 5: Georgia Merit Winner 4: The Soci- ety of Distinguished American High School Stu- dents 4. CHADWICK LEE CLARK lThe Truckl Football 1, B-Team Baseball 2-5, varsity Baseball 4-5. GARY L. CLARK IDiggerl "A blrd in the hand is worth three Kleenex." ALAN C. COLLINS fCuIIeyl "Let the good times roll - with the culley boys." Eighth Grade Football 1, B-Team Football 2-5, Var- sity Football 4-5, Class Council 5, HERO 5. ANDREA CHARNETTA COLLINS lNettal "The way He leads you, you should follow, for He always directs the right path." Rifle Corps 2-5, Varsity Track 4, VICA 5. STACEY ROGERS COLLINS "Reasoning with a fool is like spitting into the wind." Cheerleading 1, Basketball 1, B-Team Soccer 1, B- Team Basketball 2, Varslty Soccer 2-5, Junior Beta 5, Class Councll 5-5, Spanlsh Club 5, Student Councll 4-5, Class Treasurer 5, Senior Beta 5. ERIC C. CONLEY IConradl "ln the world of give and take few people give what it takes." Football 1-5, 5: Baseball 4-5: Basketball 1-2. SUSAN C. CONOLY "Many dreams come true, some have silver lin- ings, I llve for my dreams, and a pocket full of gold." Junior Civitan 2, 5: B-Team Tennis 5: Drama Club 4-5: VICA 5. CARL L. COOK ICCI "Don't be narrow minded because what will you do with the extra space?" Football 1-5, Track 1-5, Junior Beta 2, Who's Who Among American High School Students 5. CHRISTOPHER CORKERY lCorkl "You can't always get what you want but if you try sometimes youjust mlght find you get what you needI" JENNIFER LYNN COWLES lJenl "You were bom wlth the talent to be yourself. Put thls talent to use, and you will go far." Football Cheerleader 1-2, 4-5: Captain 1, 5: Bas- ketball Cheerleader 1-5: Tennis 2: FCA 2: Junior Beta 5: Senlor BetafNHS 4-5: Who's Who Among High School Students 4-5: Georgia Certificate of Merit 4: Society of Dlstlngulshed High School Stu- dents 5-4. CHRISTY ANNETTE COYLE ICJ "I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do every- thlng, but I can do something: and what I should do and can do by God's grace I will do." Marchlng Band 1-5: Concert Band 1-5: Junior Civi- tan 1: Gymnastic Team 1-5: Science Team 5: Latin Club 5-4, Secretary 4. DANNY D. CRAIG ICatdaddyl "Grace be with you, mercy, and peace, from God the Father, and from the Lord Jesus Chrlst, the Son of the Father, In truth and love." Amen. 2 John 1:5. KIMBERLY ANN CRANE IKimmiel "Trust ln the Lord with all thine heart: and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths." Proverbs 5:5-6. Class Council 5, Science Club 5, Science Team 5, VICA 5. M. DUNCAN CRISCOE lSIam Duncanl Swim Team 2, VICA 5. JOSEPH ALEXANDER CRONIN IChromoSomel If time passes you by, then all I can say is you should've been paying attention. If you think this was tough wait till next year." Track 1-4. Cross Country 4. Football 2-5. German Club 2-4, Science Club 2-5, Swim Team 5-4, Sci- ence Team 5, Civil Air Patrol 5-4. GARY A. CURRIE ICurr-dogl "We got spirit, yes we do, we got spirit! How 'bout youlll" Baseball 2-5: Basketball 1-5, 5: Cross Country 5, 5: Powder Puff 4-5: Peer Facilitator 5. SHAHNA LEIGH CURTIS tSha-na-nal "Whatever I do, whatever I say, I've made up my mind to do my best for JesusI" - Bash-n-The- Code FCA 1-5, Chorus 2, Advanced Chorus 5, FBLA 5. AMELIA C. DAVIS lMargaretl "We laughed until we had to cry: we loved right down to our last good-bye: we were the best, I think we'Il ever be: just you and me, for just a moment" Latin Club 2-5: Junior Beta 5: Senior Beta 4: French Club 4: SADD 4, Secretary 4: Arrive Alive 5. Secretary 5: B-Team Soccer 2-5, Captain 5: Varsity Soccer 4-5: Yearbook 5: Mathcounts 1. DANIELLE CAPRICE DAVIS IManutel "Year after year, day alter day, we made it to the top and were on our way." Science Club 1, B-Team Basketball 5, Junior Achievement 5, Piratette 4-5. JOANNA SHAWN DAVIS lJoJ "For I have been crucified with Christ: it is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me: and the life I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me." Gal. 2:20. Student Council 2-5, President 5, "Most Depend- able" 5: Rock Eagle State Convention 2-5: Summer Leadership Workshop 2-5: Honor Council 2-5: Most Outstanding Student Council Member 5-4: Southem Association of Student Councils Conven- tion 4-5: FCA 2-5: FCA State Convention 2: Class Council 4-5: Peer Facilitator 4-5: Annual Staff 5: Junior Civitan 1-2: Science Club 2, 5: Science Team 5: B-Team Basketball Manager 2: Marching Band 1: Elks Youth Leadership Foundation Award 4: Woodrow Wilson Community Service Award 4: Yale Book Award 4: SADD 4, President: DeKalb General Hospital Leadership Day 4: Ten year Study - School 8: Community Committee, Student Rep- resentative 4: Arrive Alive 5: Who's Who Among American High School Students 4. KATHRYN ELIZABETH DAVIS VICA 5. THOMAS FURMAN DAVIS III B-Team Soccer 1-2, B-Team Football 5, Varsity Football 5-5, Class Council 1-2, Varsity Soccer 4-5, VOHE 5. KENNETH A. DEASON fTeCIl "lf you don't understand my silence, how will you ever understand my words?" Football 1-5, Basketball 1-5, Baseball 1-2. JENNIFER E. DEAVER Uenl "Is not life a hundred times too short for us to bore ourselves?" Drama Club 2-5, Vice President 5, Secretary 4: Swim Team 2-5: Annual Staff 4: Galleon Staff 5: Peer Facilitator 4-5, Business Manager 5: SADD 4: Junior Beta 5: Senior BetafNHS 4-5: Literary Meet. 4th place "Dramatic Interpretation" 5: Literary Meet, 1st place "One-Act Play" 4: National Merit Science Award 5: Academic All American 5: Geor- gia Certiflcate of Merit 4: Academic Honors 2-4. JOSEPH M. DELEKTO lJoel "I have Ieamed that no one can never have too many friends: therefore, make as many friends as you can to fill the loneliness in your life." Science Club 4-5, Science Team 5-5, Art Club 2, Cross Country 5. TARA ELIZABETH DEROCK fTarel "lt is possible that blondes also prefer gentlemen." Mathcounts 1: Junior Civitan 1-2, Outstanding Member 2: Class Council 1-5: Varsity Swim Team 2-5, Varsity Track Mgr. 2-5: FBLA 5: Junior Beta 5: B-Team Math Team 5: French Club 5-5: PrincipaI's Honor Roll 2-5: Govemor's Honors Program Alter- nate - Math 5: Student Council, Honor Council 4- 5: Berry Workshop 4: Peer Facilitators 4-5, Presi- dent 5: Senior BetajNHS 4-5, Outstanding Member 4: Georgia Certificate of Merit 4: Close-Up 4: Model U.N. 4: Varsity Math Team 4: Powder Puff4-5: Latin Club 4: Katrina McBride Memorial Award 4: Girls' State '87 4: Arrive Alive Workshop 4: Who's Who in American High School Students 4: Annual Staff 5: Science Club 5: Science Team 5: National Merit Scholarship semi-finalist 5: Student Representa- tive Guidance Committee 5. WILLIAM HEATH DICKERSON "He who walks alone, speaks silently." .ootball 1-5, VICA 5. CASSANDRA L. DOBBS "I have one and only one ambition: To be the best! What else is there?" Basketball 1-5, FBLA 5, Arrive Alive 5, Peer Facilita- tor 4-5, Drama Club 2, French Club 4, Marching Band 1-5, VOT 5, CVAE 1-5, Chorus 1-2. BECKY L. DORSETT "'Let's blow this jointll' and get on with the rest of our Iives!!" Concert Band 1, Most Outstanding 8th Grader tBandl 1, Marching Band 4, Senior Beta 5, FBLA 5, Arrive Alive 5. LISA YVONNE DOTSON 1280-Zl "Love isn't expensive so open your heart and give a little - to everyone." B-Team Drill Team 2, Varsity Drill Team 5, Spanish Club 4, FBLA 5, VOT 5, Homecoming Court 5-4. JOANNA RENEE DOXEY IJOI "What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us." - Ralph Waldo Emerson Marching Band 1-2, Junior Beta 5, VICA 5. DARREN W. DRAKE lSmiIing Tackl "The person who can smile when things go wrong has probably just thought of someone to blame it on." Football 1-5, Wrestling 5. DIANE RENE DUKES IDII "Love is for all as long as there is togetherness as one," Spanish Club 5: Matmaid 2: Junior Civitan 5: FBLA 5, 5. JENNIFER DELL DUNBAR Uennl "WouIdn't it be the ultimate paradox if God was black?" Student Council 2: Class Council 4-5: Peer Facilita- tors 4-5: Chorus 2: Math Team 5-5: NHSfSenior Beta 4-5: Science Club 5-4: French Club 2-5: Arrive Alive 5, Treasurer 5: SADD 4: Band 2: FBLA 5: Impressions 5-5. MISSY L. DUPREE fLittIe Bitl Science Club 1, Yearbook Staff 2-5. Newspaper Staff 2, CO-ED Y Club 4, French Club 4. DARREN SPENCER EASTALL "What you are is God's gift to you, what you become is your gilt to God. This one's for you Dad . . , l'll make you proud." Class Council 1-5: Student Council 2-5: B-Team Soccer 2-5: B-Team Math Team 5: Spanish Club 5: Junior Beta Club 5: Senior Beta 4-5, Vice President 4: Class Vice President 1, 4-5: FCA 4-5, Treasurer 5: Model U.N. 4-5: Junior Civitan 5: Arrive Alive 5: Powder Puff 4. ANTHONY EBERHARDT JR. IT. Packagel "Man is God upon a small scale, God is man upon a large scaIe." Football 1-2, 4-5: Wrestling 1-4: Soccer 1-2. CHRISTI E. ERICKSON "lf you can't have fun, what can you have?" Marching Band 1: Student Council 1-5: Homecom- ing 1: FBLA 1-2: Drill Team 2-5, Captain 5: Spanish Club 5-4: Swim Team 4: VICA 4: CVAE 5: VOCA 5. GEOFFREY J. EVANS lGe0ffl "Don't bother me with my mistakes. Look at all of the thought that went into them." Cross Country 1: STT 2: B-Team Tennis 1-5: Varsity Tennis 4-5: B-Team Math Team 5: Varsity Math Team 5: Spanish Club 4: Science Club 5: Science Team 5: Georgia Certificate of Merit 4: Annual Staff 5: Junior Beta 5: Senior Beta 5. ANGELA CHRISTINE FAIN IFainl "lt's the little things in life that make it worth the pam." Basketball 1-5: Soccer 1-5: HERO 5: Historian 5: Powder Puff 5. MYLORA J. FERBER "Yesterday has gone, today is here. and tomor- row has yet to be seen, but memories are forever." Track 1-2, B-Team Drill Team 5, Powder Puff 4-5. Miss SMH Pageant 5. LESLIE JOY FERGUSON "Love is the salt of life: a higher taste. It gives to pleasure, and then makes it last." - Buckingham. National Junior Honor Society 1, French Club 4, Arrive Alive 5, National Honor Society 4-5, Senior Beta 4-5, FBLA 5. KIMBERLY D. FIELDS tKyml "No one fails: everyone succeeds . , , live for your dreams, for this is only the beginning." Cheerleader 1: Jr. Civitan 1: VICA 5, Treasurer. LAURIE ANN FISCHER "Don't take life too seriously - it's not permanent." B-Team Soccer 1, STT 2, B-Team Tennis 2, Varsity Tennis 3-5, Math Team 3, Science Club 3, Gemian Club 3, NHS 4-5, Junior Beta 3, Senior Beta 4-5, Chorus 3, Jr. Civitan 1, Annual Staff 5. BRENT E. FISHER IOpeyl "All my rowdy friends are common over tonight." Football 1, Wrestling 1, Art Club 2. RENEE LYNN FLAGLE CVAE 3-5, VOCA Secretary 5. JENNIFER L. FLOWERS "He has achieved success, who has lived well, laughed often, and loved much." B-Team Tennis 1, Mat Aide 1-4, VICA 5, Chorus 4. MELANIE A. FORSYTH "The comfort, the inexpressible comfort of feel- ing safe with a person, having neither to weigh our thoughts nor measure our words, but pouring them all right out, keeping what is worth the keep- ing, and with a breath of kindness, blow the rest away." Basketball 1-3, Class Council 5, HERO 5. NICOLE ELYSE FOSTER IColeI "No pain, no palm: no thoms, no throne: No gall, no glory: no cross, no crown." - William Penn. School Play Grease 3: Georgia Merit Scholar 4-5: Literary Magazine 4-5: National Honor Society 4-5, President 5: Who's Who Among American High School Students 3-5: Powder Puff 4-5: "I Dare You" National Leadership Conference 4: Arrive Alive 5, Vice President 5: SADD 4, Vice President 4: Varsity Cross Country 2-5: Varsity Basketball 4-5: B-Team Basketball 3: Varsity Track 3-5: B-Team Track 1-2: Student Council 1-5: Honor Council 1-2: Class Council 1-4: Junior Beta Club 3: Senior Beta 4-5, Secretary 4, President 5: French Club 3-4: Intema- tional Club 3: FCA 1-2: Science Club 1-5, Vice Pres- ident 4: Science Team 2-5: Math Team 3: Drama Club 3-5: Orchestra 1-5: Chorus 5: Governor's Honors Finalist English 3: Hi Step Program Recipi- ent - Centers for Disease Control 4. RACHEL ANNE FOWLER "lf my mind can conceive it, and my heart can believe in it, then I can achieve it." Chorus, Latin Club, Art Club, FCA. CHRISTINE M. FREDERICK tFredI "lt's not as important to be serious as it is to be serious about the important." Class Council 1: Football Cheerleading 1: Basket- ball Cheerleading 1-3: Junior Beta 2: Powder Puff 4-5: HERO 5: Secretary 5. LISA A. GALECKI tLittIe Lisal L "It's better to be little and shine, than large and cast a shadow." Band 1-2, Mat Aide 2-3, HERO 5. RUSSELL W. GEHMAN tRuSsI "What is the use ofa little black book if you can only use one number at a time." Science Club 1, Math Club 1, B-Team Baseball 1-3, FBLA 4. LESLIE A. or-:IGER tGuppiel "lt is better to have tried and fail than to never have tried at all." Junior Beta 3, Latin Club 2-3, Powder Puff 5, FBLA 5. JAMES D. GILLESPIE IJimbol "ln the Golden chain of friendship consider me a link." Golf Team 2-5, VICA 5. MARK A. GILREATH tRoyl "People who follow are always behind, but peo- ple who lead are always ahead. Be a leader, and be a winner." Football 1-5, 8th Grade Basketball 1, Baseball 1-5, B-Team Wrestling 2-3, Varsity Wrestling 4. KATHERYN STEECE GINN tSqueeCeI "Some people have one of those days. I have one of those lives." I Football Cheerleaders 1-5: Basketball Cheerlead- er 1-4: Student Council 1-5: 4th District Coordina- tor of Georgia Student Councils 5: Honor Council 1-4: State Honor Council 4-5: Spanish Club 4: Sci- ence Club 5: Science Team 5: Junior Beta 3: Senior Beta 4-5, Secretary 5: Who's Who Among American High School Students 4-5: Close-Up 4: Miss SMH Pageant 3: Powder Puff 4-5: Class Council 1-5: An- nual Staff 5: "Most Attractive" Senior Superlative 5. NADINE CYNTHIA GLASSE "Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of choice: it is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved." - W.J. Bryan Drama Club 1-4: Jr. Science Bowl 1: Spanish Club 2-3: Debate Club 2-5: Literary Magazine 2-3, 5: Peer Facilitators 4-5: Galleon Staff 4-5: Children's The- atre 4: Student Council 3: Class Council 4. MELINDA A. GLOVER IPunkyJ "Give the best to the world, and the best will come back to you. Love is forever." Chorus 1-5, Piratette 1-4. PAMELA GRAY "Love is lost unless shared." Cheerleading 1, La:tin Club 2, Spanish Club 3-4, HERO 5. BRENT K. GRIFFIN thacksawl "Watch out where the huskies go and don't you eat no yellow snow." Football 1-4: Track 2-3: French Club 2-3: Interna- tional Club 3: Drama Club 2: Social Studies Team 2-5, Captain 5: Georgia History Bowl Team 1, Cap- tain 1: Georgia History Award 1: Close-Up 5: Model UN 5. DAN GRIFFIN Iromatol "No one knows what it's like to be the sad man behind blue eyes. Johova hira. Shalom." Impressions 3-5, Debate 3, Yearbook 5, Peer Fa- cilitators 5, FBLA 3, Model U.N. 5. WENDY LEIGH HAMBY IHambonel "lfyou try to be someone you're not, you're only fooling yourself." Basketball 1-5: Captain 5: Student Council 1-3, 5: Science Club 5: French Club 5. JOHN WAYNE HARDIGREE IDukei "Never stop trying till you succeed." B-Team Soccer 2-3, Varsity Soccer 4-5, SADD 4, Class Council 4-5, Student Council 4-5, Model UN 4-5, Powder Puff 4-5, French Club 4, Junior Civitan 5, Cross Country 5. . DANIELLE M. HARRINGTON tDanieIIaJ "It is better to have it and not need it, than to need it and not have it." Track 2: JROTC 2-3: Track tvarsityl 3-5: Student Council 3: Class Council 4-5: Debate 4: Secretary 4: Model U.N. 4-5: Spanish Club 4-5: Drama Club 4: Key Club 3: VICA 5: Marching Band 2-3: Concert Band 2-4. MELISSA ANN HARRIS IMISI "A thing that you sincerely believe in cannot be wrong." - D.H. Lawrence. VICA 5. DAVID HARRISON IHackl "The few, the proud, the roll patrol." Golf Team 2-3, HERO 5. BRANDON HAYNIE IBD "Still twenty-four hours, maybe sixty good years, it's really not that long a stay, so drink all the punches, leam to play all of your hunches, make the best of whatever comes your way." - Jimmy Buffett. ALICIA HEINS "Fantasy is the reality we choose not to accept." Science Club 4: Science Team 4: Art Club 4: Secre- tary 4: National Art Honor Society 4: Student Coun- cil 4: Impact 1-4. KAREN JEANINE HELMS "I've got the Bulldawg spirit, lots of love in my heart, and plenty of plastic to shop with. What more could a girl ask for?" Marching Band 1: Concert Band 1: Symphonic Band 2: Color Guard 2: B-Team Drill Team 3: Swim Team 3: Junior Beta 3: Varsity Drill Team 4-5: Spanish Club 4: Secretary and Treasurer 4: Miss SMH Pageant 4: Class Council 4-5: FBLA 5: Powder Puff 4-5. CARMEN DENISE HEWATT ICarmeI Popcornj "For I am now ready to be offered, and the time of my departure is at hand. I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith." Timothy 4:7. P.S. I did it mom!" French Club 4, Close-Up 4, Peer Facilitator 4-5, Office Aide 3, FBLA 5. NATALIE ELISE HICKES INatl "Our memories of yesterday will last a lifetime, we'll take the best, forget the rest and someday we'll find these are the BEST of times." - Styx. Marching Band 1-4, B-Team Tennis 2, Varsity Ten- nis 4-5, VICA 5, Concert Band 2, French Club 4. DEBBIE JEAN HILL IDebJ "Be young. Be foolish. And be happy." - The Tams. Class Council 1-2, 4-5: Track 1-2: Football Cheer- leading 2: Basketball Cheerleading 2-3: Student Council 3-5: Junior Beta Club 3: Varsity Drill Team 4: Senior Beta 4-5: French Club 5: Powder Puff 4-5: GASC Summer Leadership Workshop. THERESA M. HINSON ITerril "Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and He shall direct your paths." vIcA-Dcr 5. JOHN HINTON IV tM00kiel "Life is a longjourney and love makes the trip worthwhile." Cross Country 2-3, Science Team 2, Science Club 2, Math Team 3, Spanish Club 3-4, Junior Beta 3, Senior BetafNHS 4-5, Model U.N. 4-5. JENNIFER HORNE "The one who's afraid of a broken heart, is the one who never knows love." Swim Team 2-3. SHERI LYN HOWARD lHowiel "I can do everything through Him who gives me strength." Phil. 4:13. Chamber Choir 1-3, Concert Band 1-3, Jazz En- semble 2-3, Superior Ratings at Solo and Ensem- ble Festivals 2-3, Outstanding Choral Student 2-3, Bi-County Honor Choir 2-3, Girls Basketball 1-5, Girls Volleyball 2-3, Girls Track 2, Swim Team 3, Senior Beta 3, Senior High Honor Chorus 3, School Play, L'il Abner 4, School Play, Grease 3, Gover- nor's Honors Program 3, Advance Mix Chorus 3-4. LAURA DENISE HOWELL IWaural "This is the time to remember cause it will not last forever: these are the days to hold onto cause we won't, although we'll want to." - Billy Joel. French Club 3-5, Junior Civitan 3, Junior Beta 3, International Club 3, Drama Club 4, Peer Facilita- tors 4-5, Close-Up 4, Powder Puff 4-5, FBLA 5, An- nual Staff 5. MARK HUFF VICA 4-5. KAREN DENISE HUGHEY IFluffyl "Greater is He who is in you than he who is in the worId." 1 John 4:4. FCA 4-5: Secretary 5, Chorus 3, Junior Civitan 1. STACY HUNT "Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding: In all your ways acknowledge Him, and he shall direct your paths." French Club 3-4. MARIA N. HUPPUCH "The Lord said seek and you will find, knock and the door will open, ask and you will receive." FCA 4-5, Choms 1. DON F. JAMES Track 1-3, 5: Cross Country 2-3: FBLA 5. MICHAEL JAMES "And she's buying a Staimay to Heaven." - Jimmy Page and Robert Plant. RENEE M. JARVIS tEenerl "lf you think you'll lose, you're lost, for out in the world we find success begins with a feIlow's will. It's all in the state of mind." Track 2-3: B-Team Drill Team 2-3: Lieutenant 3: Varsity Drill Team 4: French Club 4: FBLA 5, DANSKI L. JOHNSON IDannyl "Ifyou don't stand for something, you will fall for anything!" HERO 5, Treasurer 5: Powder Puff 5. DEWEY L. JOHNSON IV "lf you are content with what you are, that's the best you'll ever be, but if you strive for something better, that's the worst you'll ever be." VICA 5. SESSALIE DEMETRICE JOHNSON tSessieJ "I can do all things through Christ, who gives me strength." Philippians 4:13. N.E.V. FBLA 5, Peer Facilitators 5, French Club 4, Track tMgr.l 3, Spnaish Club 4-5, Kappa Club 3, VOT 5. STEPHANIE A. JOHNSON tSpazl "For where your treasure is, there your heart will be aIso." Matthew 6:21. Basketball 1: VICA 5: Vice President 5. BRIAN DAVID JOHNSTON "ln my anguish I cried to the Lord, and he an- swered by setting me free." Psalms 118:5. Drama Club 2-4, One Act Play Competition 2-5, Junlor Clvltan 1, Soclal Studles Team 2-5, Georgia History Quiz Bowl 1, Chorus 2-5, FCA 5-5. ANDREW B. JORDAN IDrewI "Throwing my regrets to the wind and embrac- Ing the posslblllties of the present, I will pursue Inner peace that I may show outward love: I will cherish the beautiful and always believe that there Is some good In all men , . . tsmlleyl. AAAA Llterary Meet - Spelling 1-2: Orchestra 1-5: Literary Magazine 5: Junior Beta 5: NHSfSenior Beta 4-5: Junlor Civitan 1: Arrive Allve 5: President 5: SADD 4: Treasurer 4: Galleon Staff 4-5: Editor-In- ChIef5: Latln Club 4-5: GHP Altemate - English 5: Drama Club 5-5: FCA 5: Human Relations Commit- tee 5: Impact 5-4: Georgia History Quiz Bowl 1: Georgia Certificate of Merit 4: Funnan Scholar 4: PC Fellow 4. JASON A. KEINAT tScoopJ "The schooI's outside walls will always be paint- ed. But however rednecks rule!" Wrestling 1, 4. REBECCA KENNEDY tBeccaI "found our pleasures here dug our treasures there. We stlll recall, how they cried. Break on through to the other side." B-Team Soccer 1-2, Junlor Civltan. SARAH K. KENNEDY "lt's not what I do that won'les me: Its when I get caught there's difficulty." B-Team Soccer 1-2, Junior Clvitan 1. SAMUEL ALOYSIUS KING "If you can belleve In yourself, you can achleve." B-Team Soccer 1, Varsity Soccer 2-5, B-Team Foot- ball 5. KIMBERLY GAIL KNIGHT "Let us be the first to give a friendly sign, to nod flrst, smile first, speak first and - If such a thing is necessary - forgive first." B-Team Gymnastics 1: Junior Beta 5: Junior Civi- tan 2: FBLA 5, President 5: FCA 5. MARVIN T. KOLIN "Life ls llke a sewer, what you put into it is what you get out of It." Football 1, 4. IVAN KOLTAI tEobonJ Soccer 1-5, Jazz Band 2, Band 1-2, Wrestling 2, French Club 4-5. KAREN L. KURTZ tKayronel "Let's go to the 'mill' and get comfortably numb." French Club 5-4: Basketball 1-5: Drum Corps 2: Varsity Track 2-5: 5. TIMOTHY WAYNE LAMPEN IScooperl "I have leamed the secret of belng content In every situation, whether well fed or hungry, wheth- er Ilvlng In plenty or In want, I can do everything through Hlm who glves me strength." Phllipplans 4:12-15. Cross Country 1-2, 4-5: Track 1-5: FBLA 5, FCA 1-5. CYNTHIA LANCASTER ICyl "lt doesn't have to be dark to trip and fall." B-Team Drlll Team 2-5, Student Advisory Commit- tee 4, FBLA 5. MICHAEL SHAYNE LANGFORD lShaynel "LIfe's too short to be looklng back, so always keep looking fonfvard and forget about what has happened. See YaI" Football 5-5, Basketball 5, HERO 5. CHRISTINE L. LEDEE "People say U can't dream, but dreams R made for those who chance. Dream vvlth all your heart, falth, and God and I know you'll make lt." B-Team Soccer 1-2: B-Team Cross Country 1-2: Junlor Civltan 1: Concert Band 1: Symphonic Band 1-5: Jazz Band 5: Marching Band 2: Varsity Drill Team 5-5, Lieutenant 4, Captain 5: Class Council 4: Spanish Club 4: SADD 4: DeKalb Youth Sym- phony Orchestra 4: Atlanta Symphony Youth Or- chestra 5: Mlss SMHS Pageant 4: 4th Dlstrlct Honor Band 1-2, 4: Columbus College Honor Band 2: UGA Honor Band 5-5, Arlon Award 4: Most Out- standing Band Member 2-4: Most Improved Band Member 1: DeKalb Band Festival 1-5. 1 JEAN-PHILIPPE LESPERANCE IJ.P.J "Adios High Schooll College Here I Come!" School Orchestra 1, Computer Club 1, Dean's List 2, JROTC 5, Leadership Development 5. CHRISTOPHER J. LEWIS tLoulel "What's yours. is yours. and no one should interfere." Football 1-5, Wrestling 2-5. HO N. LIN "This is the time to remember because it will not last forever: These are the days to hold onto be- cause we won't: although we'lI want to." - Billy Joel. Class President 4: Class Council 2-5: Special Pro- jects 5: Student Council 4-5: NHSfSenior Beta 4-5, Treasurer 5: Junior Beta 5, Treasurer 5: Math Team 5-5: Science Team 2-5: Social Studies Team 5-5, Track 1-2, Tennis 5-5, Cross Country 1-2, Latin Club 5-4, Treasurer 4: Model U.N. 4: GHP Finalist 4: Georgia Certificate of Merit 4: Galleon Staff 5: Who's Who Among American High School Stu- dents 4. MATTHEW G. LIPHAM ILipperl "Romances come and go, friendships are forever." Football tTrainerJ 5-5, Basketball tTrainerI 5-5, Soccer IComercemanl 5, FCA 5. CHRISTY D. LITTLE Jr. High Cheerleader 2: Band 1-4: Society of Distin- guished American High School Students 4: DECA 4, Vice President 4: Miss Phila Jr. High School 2: Basketball 2: Flag Corps 2-4: Junior Beta 2: Senior Beta 5: Hi-Y 2: FBLA 2-4. RICKY L. LONG, JR. "Give to the world your best and best will come back to you." Football 1-5, Wrestling 1-5, Baseball 1-2. JACKIE LOWEN Volleyball 1-5, Most Improved 2: Homecoming Representative 5: Cheerleader 4: FBLA 5. ANN LOWNDES IRattJ " , . . And where you see only one set of foot- prints, it was then that I carried you. Geezletpete, I made itII" Gymnastics 1-5, Drama Club 2, Junior Civitan 1, FCA 4-5. SHAWN P. LUCAS "People should either lead, follow, or get out of the way." - Ted Tumer. Golf Team 2-4, Science Club 4. STUART L. LYNN JR. IStul "All I want out of life isjust a little more than l'Il ever get." Football 1, VICA 5. JENNIFER LYNN MABRY Cheerleader 1, Band 1-5, Tennis 2-5. JULIA ELIZABETH MACINUSON IJuIeSI "You don't have to die and go to heaven, hang around to be bom again. Just tune in to what this place has got to offer - we may never be here agaIn." - Van Halen Chorus 1-5: Most Talented Soprano 1: Accompa- nist 2-5: Drama Club 1-5, Secretary 5: School Play, Give My Regards to Broadway- Jr. Civltan 1: Class Council 1, 5-4: STT 2: STTAC 2-5: Science Club 2: Junior Beta 5: Senior BetafNHS 4-5: Genfnan Club 5-5: Miss SMHS Pageant 5-4: Close-Up 4: Powder Puff 4: Student Council 4: Class Secretary 4: GHP Semi-Finalist - Piano 5: U.S. Senate lntem 5: Con- gressional Youth Leadership Conference 5: Schol- arship Winner "Women and the Constitution" 5: Joint Enrollment Scholarship to Agnes Scott Col- lege 5: Annual Staff 4, 5. TARA MARIA MAJEWSKI QTI "We've only just begun." Marching Band 1, Swim Team 5, FBLA 5, Concert Band 1-2. KELLY ANN MANGAN IKeIl "When God measures a person, He puts the tape around his heart - not his head! Ohhhh Baa- Bay." B-Team Tennis 1-2, Varsity Tennis 5, B-Team Drill Team 5, Varsity Drill Team 4-5, Junior Beta 5, Sen- ior Beta 4-5, National Honor Society 4-5, Spanish Club 4, Class Treasurer 2, School Play, Li'l Abner 4, SMH Talent Show 4, Class Council 2-5, Art Club 5, Arrive Alive 5, Principal Honor Roll 2-5. JEFFERY SCOTT MANN "We're finally out." JENNIFER LESLIE MARBUT tWezl "lt's been tough, but it was fun . . . Later - SMHS, I made it mom and dadl Thanxl" Mat Aide 2-5, Chorus 4-5, DCT 4-5. MARK ALAN MARCUM "lt's not whether you win or lose, but how good you looked that matters. See yal" Football 1, 5: Junior Beta 2-5: Senior Beta 4-5: NHS 4-5: Math Team 5, 5: Latin Club 2-5: Science Club 5: VICA 5: Who's Who Among American High School Students 4: GHP Nominee 5-4: Georgia Cer- tificate of Merit 4: Straight A's Award 2-4: Magna Cum Laude - National Latin Exam 5: Outstanding Trigonometry Student 4. LISA LYNETTE MATHEWS ICrashl "Don't sleep until the sunrise - listen to the falling rain. Don't worry 'bout tomorrow, don't wor- ry 'bout your pain. Don't cry unless you're happy, don't smile unless you're blue. Never let that lone- ly monster take control of U." - Prince. Junior Beta 5, Senior Beta 4-5, Junior Civitan 1, French Club 5-5, FBLA 5, FCA 4-5, Who's Who Among American High School Students 4-5, Cor- sair Stalf 5, Georgia Certificate of Merit 4. PAUL C. MARZULLO "You didn't have to shake it . . . but you did, but you did, but you did . . . and I thank youI" ANGELA E. MAXWELL "Blondes really do have more fun. KIMBERLY R. MCARTHUR tKimberI God give me the strength to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference." Junior Beta 1-5, Senior Beta 5, Science Club 5, French Club 1-2, Chorus 1, Tennis Team 1. FCA 5, National Merit Semi-Finalist 4, Yearbook Staff 1, Impact 1-4. IRIC SHANARDO MCCRARY IShabuJ DCT 5. LAURA MCCRAVY "Do not do what others tell you, do what is in your heart." B-Team Soccer 1, Junior Civitan 2, FBLA 5, VOT 5. MARY LYNN MCELLIGOTT "The best is yet thopefullyl to come!" Chorus 4, Solo-Ensemble 4, Drama Club 5. Show Choir 5, Arrive Alive 5. SCOTT McGHEE "lf you need help with anything throughout your live years of high school, tum to God. God is al- ways around to help if you need it. I know God helped me through these five years." Football 1, Soccer 2-4, Junior Beta 5, Senior Be- tafm-ls 4. JANET SUZANNE MCGUINNESS lPlanetl "Though nothing can bring back the hour of splendor In the grass, glory in the flower. We shall grieve not, rather Iind strength in what remains behind." Science Club 2-5, French Club 5-4, Class Council 4-5, Peer Facilitators 5, Junior Beta 5, Corsair Staff 5, Arrive Alive 5, VICA 5. MELANIE B. MCRAE tMelephantl "Open the doors of perception . . . break on through to the other side." German Club 2-5: Mat-Aide 5: Drama 5, 5: Year- book 4-5: Impressions 4: Model UN 5: Arrive Alive 5: Peer Facilitators 4-5, Most Outstanding 4, Spe- cial Education Coordinator 5. JENNIFER L. MELTON tJen Mell "Time may change me, but I can't change time." - David Bowie. - B-Team Track 2-5: Drama 5-5: Yearbook 5: News- paper 5: Art Club 4-5: Treasurer 5: CVAE 4-5: Arrive Alive 5. BRYAN KEITH MERCK Marching Band 1, Marching Bt' Symphonic Band 2- 5, Jazz Band 5, District 4 Honor Band 4. ROSEMARIE MESSICK tR0sel "You have to kiss a lot of frogs before you find the handsome prince." Latin Club 5, Swim Team 2-5, Drama Club 5, FBLA 5. TERRY MILES Wrestling 1-2, VICA 4. ROBERT TODD MILLER "lt was the best of times, it was the worst of times" -- Charles Dickens. Junior Beta 5. TIMOTHY W. MINCI1 i'DeIight thyself also in the Lord, and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart." Football 1, Wrestling 2, Track 1-5, FCA 1-5. MARK A. MIXON ICowboyI "We are troubled on every side, yet not dis- tressed: we are perplexed, but not in despair: per- secuted, but not forsaken: cast down, but not destroyed." Basketball 1-5: Baseball 2-5: Football 1-5: Cross Country 2, 4-5. I SUZANNE TAYLOR MONCRIEF "Take time to appreciate the beauty in Iife." Football Cheerleading 1-2, Basketball Cheerlead- ing 1-2, Eighth Grade Cheerleading Co-Sponsor 5, Powder Puff 4-5, Arrive Alive 5, Drama Club 5, PATRICK N, MOOMAW fMooJ "A Champion shows his best when things are up. A Champion also tries his hardest when things are down." Wrestling 1-5, Junior Beta 5, Student Council 5-5, Band 1. MONICA LATRICE MORRIS fLiI'MamaI "To all the purple boys and girls, soon the boat will sail and take us all away, all praise and glory 2 God." - Prince. Redemptorist Jr. High Student Corps 1, Band Con- cert 1, Basketball 1-5, 5, Captain 2-5, Volleyball 1- 5: Concert Band 2: French Club 4-5: Powder Puff4- 5: Track 5. MARK S. MORROW "Prepare for the future. Read science-fiction." Arrive Alive 5, Science Club 5. KARA MICHELLE MORTON lKara Bearl "You've got nothing to give the world that any- one else can't give except yourself." Matmaids 2, Junior Beta 5, Senior Beta 4-5, NHS 4- 5, Swim Team 5, FBLA 5, Spanish Club 2-4. KATHLEEN J. NAEHR fKatI "We're not here for a long time, just a good time." German Club 2-4, Math Team 5, Science Team 5, Science Club 5, Jr. Beta 5, NHSfSenior Beta 4-5, Varsity Drill Team 4, SMHS Pageant 4, Yearbook Staff 5, GHP Nominee 5-4, Ga. Certificate of Merit Winner 4, NCTE Nomination 4, Honor Roll 2-5. NORMAN F. NESBIT l"St0rmin" Normanl Its not where you can be, it's what you can see, that takes you there - your destination." JAMES L. NICHOLS "I came, I saw, I conquered!! Live the party ad- venture! I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me." Phil 4:15 MICHELLE J. NOBLE tMitchl "Some people succeed because they are des- tined to, but most people succeed because they are determined to." B-Team Soccer 1-2, Junior Civitan 1-2, Student Council 2-5, Junior Beta 5, Spanish Club 5, Senior Beta 4-5, NHS 4-5, Galleon StafT4-5, Student Coun- cil Vice President 5, Galleon Managing Editor 5. Science Club 5, Varsity Soccer 5-5, Class Council 5, Honor Council 2-4, Arrive Alive 5. MARY BETH NORBURY lM.B.I "Within me lies the power to seize the hour, and live my dreams." Wrestling Piratettes 2-4. DARREN T. NOWELL lFerrisJ "Everyone MUST be young once, and an ama- teur as well . . , the trick is to outgrow that status . . , and STAY ALIVE while you do." Annual Staff 4-5: Literary Magazine 5-4: Peer Facili- tators 5: Impact 2-5: Drama Club 5: FBLA 5: Model UN 4-5: Who's Who in American High School Stu- dents 5: Powder Puff 4: SADD 4: An'ive Alive 5, Public Relations Oliicer 5: Childrens Theatre 5: "Most Outstanding" Corsair Staff 4: School Play: Arsenic and Old Lace, 5: Jostens Leadership Con- ference 5. DAN O'DONNELL "God is more truly imagined than expressed. and He exists more truly than He is imagined." - St. Augustine. MARY M. O'LOUGHLIN fRedI "You can never give enough love as long as you're giving it willingly." HERO 5. CASSANDRA OLOWO-OKERE ICassiel "lf you believe in yourself there's nothing you can't accompIish." Science Club 1, Drama Club 1, Literary and Debat- ing Society 5. MICHAEL C. OSTACK IMike-OI "I'm obnoxious and I Like It!!!" Science Club 1, Junior Beta 5, Powder Puff 4-5, Model UN 5, Industrial Arts Club 5. 2 KEN PALMERTREE IKenerl "Try your best in high school and you will suc- ceed later on in life." NHS 5-5, Senior Beta 4-5, Science Club 5. CHARLES K. PAPPE "I came, I saw, and I came again!" Football 2-4, Lacrosse 5, VICA 5. ROBERT K. PAPPE "Life is short. I was put here to find the etemal buzz." Football 1-4, Track 1, Wrestling 1. BRETT K. PATTERSON "If I am dreaming, never let me awake: ifl am awake, never let me sleep." Junior Civitan 1, Science Club 1, Class Council 4-5, Powder Puff 4-5, Arrive Alive 5, SADD 4, Model UN 4-5. VANDORIS PERRY CDOttieI "Nothing makes a person more productive than the last minute." Jr. Civitan 1: Track 1-5: Cross Country 2-4: Class Council 5-4: Powder Puff4-5: Swim Team 2: VICA 5: Treasurer 5. CARLA R. PETTY ICarCari "Time promises nothing except this moment." Drill Team 2, HERO 5. ANTHONY SEAN PROCTOR lTroIll "I am the future of America, scary isn't it?" Football 1, 5: Art Club 1-5: Party 5. KIMBERLEY PROCTOR "If you love something, then you set it free. If it comes back to you, it's truly yours. If it doesn't then it never was." FHA 1: Science Club 1: Chorus 5. LEE MARIE PUCKO "If it is meant to be, it is up to me." Class Council 1, Concert Band 1, B-Team Drill Team 2, Symphonic Band 2-5, German Club 5-4, Varsity Drill Team 5-5, Junior Beta 5, Senior Beta 4-5, NHS 4-5, Math Team 5-5, Science Team 5-5. JOHN C. RAFFERTY "People try to put us down: Just because we get around. Things they do look awful cold: I hope I die before I get old. I'm talking about my generation." Cross Country 1-2, Track 1, German Club 2-4. SEEMA A. RAHEMTULLA lSeemeri "Artis a lie that makes us realize the truth." - P. Picasso. French Club 1-5, Peer Facilitators 4-5: Co-Presi- dent 5, Science Club 5, Chorus 4-5, Drama Club 4- 5. ELIZABETH PIER RANDALL lskippyl "Of all the things I've lost, I miss my mind the most!" SADD 5-4, Secretary 5-4. KIMBERLY DARLING RANKIN lEunicel 'lBe young, be foolish, be happy. Life is too short to worry about unimportant things . . . " B-Team Drill Team 2-5, Officer 5: Latin Club 2-5: French Club 4-5: Peer Facilitators 5: Drama Club 5: Arrive Alive 5: FBLA 5. ALYSON LEA RAPPAPORT lAIyl "Time is a river, flowing into nowhere: we must live while we can, we must drink our cup of laugh- ter." - Steve Windwood. French Club 5-5, Drama Club 2-5, Chorus 4-5, Art Club 5, Annual Staff 5. MIKE RAY "The world is full ofkings and queens, who blind your eyes and steal your dreams." Football 1, Wrestling 2-5, Diving 4, VOCA 2-5. ROBYN GAY REARDON "The best things in life require the most work." Gemian Club 5: Newspaper Staff 4-5, Page Editor 4-5, Junior Beta Club 5: Science Club 5: Science Team 5: Close-Up 5: Class Council 5. NAOMI REDMORE lRedl "We stood a moment, so in a strange world, myself as one, his own pretense deceives and then I said the truth land we moved onl. A young beech clinging to its last year's leaves." - R. Frost. Class Treasurer 5, Swimming 5, FCA 4-5, Science Club 1-2, Chorus 5, Student Council 5, Quiz Teaml, Spanish Club 5. CEDRIC L. REID IBIOWI "Thank God - I've finally made it." Advanced Band 1-5: Jazz Band 1-5, Altemate 1, Piano 2-5: Class Council 5: Marching Corps 1-5: Drum Major 5: Played for Lil' Abner 4: Played for Grease 5. PAUL E. REID JR. "Life is like an ice cream cone, just when you think you've got it licked it drips on you." Golf Team 2-5, Junior Beta 5, Basketball 1. SABRINA R. REYNOLDS lPookyi "Don't look for the promises and the dreams of yesterday, but live life to its fullest and look to the future." FCA 4-5, Chorus 4-5, Spanish Club 5. DOUGLAS MICHAEL ROBINSON lBen Doveri "lt's always good to be smart enough, to know when to come out of the rain, but one misses a world of beauty." KATHERINE LOUISE ROBINSON fKatel "Don't set your hopes too high and you won't set yourself up for a fall." Marching Band 1-5, Concert Band 1, Symphonic Band 2-5, Math Team 5-5, Spanish Club 4-5, Band Captain 5, Section Leader 4-5, Page in Georgia General Assembly 1-5, Georgia History Quiz Bowl 1, Class Council 5, Squad Leader 2-5, Solos and Ensembles 5, Powder Puff 4-5, Student Conductor 5, Ga. Tech Band Day 1-2: 4-5. ELISABETH ANGELA ROCCO fLizl "Life's ours for the making. In tum, it is waiting - waiting for you and me." - The Moody Blues. Junior Civitan 1: Track 1: Gemlan Club 1-5: Cheer- leading 1-5: Captain 5: Junior Beta 5, Secretary 5: Senior Beta 4-5: Class Council 4: FBLA 5: Newspa- per Staff 5: 7-AAAA Literary Meet 5-4: lst place in Girls' spelling, Georgia State Literary Meet 5. LUIS A. RODRIQUEZ JR. ILuil "The best indication of what you will do in the future . . . is reflected in your accomplishments of the past." -- Anonymous. Yearbook Staff 4, Video Yearbook Staff 5, Math Team 5, Student Faculty Committee 5. MISTY ELIZABETH ROE "Older than I used to be, younger than I'm gonna be - Fewer things puzzle me than when I was younger. But when my pace is falling slack, I find myself looking back - to the best years of my life, which I spent, here at SMHS. Jr. Civitan 1, B-Team Drill Team 5, Class Council 4- 5, FBLA 5, Spanish Club 5, VOT 5. SCOTT ROSS "Be all you can be!" Wrestling 1-5, Football 1. KYLA NOEL ROY "And in the end, on dreams we will depend, 'cause that's what life is made of." Spanish Club 2-5, B-Team Math Team 5, Junior Civitan 1, Annual Staff 5-4, lntemational Club 5. ANTHONY JOHN RUTHERFORD lSteinl "When I leave I don't know what I'm hoping to find, and when I leave I don't know what I'm leav- ing behind." Basketball 1, Art Club 4. DONNA JANE SAMPLER tDee-Jayl "You only live life once, but if you do it right the first time: once is enough." Class Council 1, 5: Gymnastics 1: Symphonic Band 1-5: Beginning Band 1: Concert Band 1-5: B-Team Majorette 1: Varsity Majorette 2-5, Captain 5: Ger- man Club 5-4: lntemational Club 5: Close-Up 5: Model UN 5: Drama Club 5. SUZANNA MARIE SANDERS lSuemol "Words are like stones, once they're cast out they can't be recalled." Student Council 2-5: Football Cheerleading 1-5, Captain 5: Basketball Cheerleading 1: B-Team Soccer 1: Varsity Soccer 2-5: Peer Facilitator 4-5: Spanish Club 2-4: Class Council 2-5: Class Trea- surer 5-4: Model UN 2-5: Senior Beta 4: Junior Beta 5: NHS 4-5: Powder Puff 4-5. JOSEPH MARTIN SCHULL IJoel "Know that yesterday is today's memory and tomorrow is today's dream." Football 1-2, Track 1-2, VOCA 2-5. DAVID HAHN SCHWEFLER fSwefD "Seniors, best of luck to you as we go our sepa- rate ways. As you carry on your careers remember one thing: Look out for 41 but don't step in ff2." Football 1-4, Basketball 1-4, Baseball 1-5, Student Council 1, Mr. Legs Contest 1, DCT Parliamentari- an 5, Class Council 5, Eighth Grade Football Coach 5. RICHARD TODD SIMPSON "Sometimes the price is touching. The clouds is klsslng the pavement." - The Scream. Football 1-4, Track 1-5, Wrestling 2-4, Weightlifting 1-5, Jazz Band 5. KATRINA SLAGLE "Fortune favors the bold." Debate Team 1-4: Co-Captain 1-4: 2nd place nega- tive at Glynn Academy 1: 4th place Varsity team 2, 2nd place Regions 1: Latin Club 1-5, President 4-5: Russian Club 4-5: Model UN 2-5: Impact Model UN 4: Scholars Bowl 5-5: Who's Who In American High School Students 4: Girls' State 4: Georgia Partners Exchange Student to Brazll finalist 2: Literary Meet 1st Place Speaking, 4th place in State 4: Science Club 5: Science Team 5: Peer Facilitators 5: Senior Beta 5: Amnesty Intemational 5. GEIR SLETTAS llcemanl TEISHA L. SMEDLEY "ThIngs may come to those who walt, but only the things left by those who hustIe." Class Council 1-5: Basketball 1: Yearbook Staff 5: "Most Outstanding" 5: B-Team Drlll Team 5, Galle- on Staff 4-5, Circulation Manager 4, Advertising Manager 5: Varslty Drill Team 4-5: French Club 5-4: Senior Beta 5: Close-Up 4. PAMELA JEAN SNIDER fPami Babyl "You can't dance with your seatbelt onI" Drama Club 1-5, Vice President 4, Childrens The- atre 4-5: French Club 2-5: Arrive Alive 5: Art Club 4- 5: Impressions 4-5, Intemational Club 5: FCA 1-5: Newspaper Staff 4-5. ERIC SONNEN ILBI Cross Country 1, Track 1, Swlm Team 2-5, FBLA 5. CHARLES J. SPINRS III iChuckIesI "But because of our slns He was wounded, beat- en because ofthe evil we did. We are healed by the punishment he suffered, made whole by the blows he received." - Isalah 55:5. Cross Country 1, 5-4: Track 1-5: Junior Beta 5: Senior Beta 5: FCA 1-5: Galleon Staff5: Who's Who Among American High School Students 4: Science Club 5. MICHAEL ALAN STARNES "All I want ls less to do, more time to do it, and more pay for not getting It done." RODGER CRAIG STEVENS "Life is like a suitcase, the more you pack into it the longer you can stay." Golf Team 2-5, Junior Beta 5, Senior Beta 4-5, Spanish Club 4, Science Club 5, Science Team 5. RIMALA L. STINSON lKimalIal "Tojudge others is to assume that you, yourself are perfect." TONYA MARIE STOE ITT "Live all you can. lt's a mistake not to. It doesn't matter so much what you do in particular, so long as you have had your llfe. If you haven't had that, what have you had? The right time is any time that one is still so lucky as to have. LIVEl" FBLA 5, Spanish Club 5, VOT 5. MELISSA HOPE STRATTON fStratJ "WayeII Hayle I don't know." Basketball 1, Swim Team 2-5, Spanish Club 5-4, Intemational Club 5, Junior Beta 5, Science Team 5, Powder Puff 4-5, Band 1-5. EVELYN STREET fEvl "Success is failure tumed inside out - So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit - lt's when things seem worst that you musn't quit." Drama Club 4, Chlldren's Theatre 4. SHANNON R. SUCHRE tShan3 " , . . Then with faith In your heart reach out for God's Hand and accept what He sends, though you can't understand - For OUR Father in heaven always knows what is best, and If you tmst in His wisdom your life will be blest." Basketball 1, DCT 4, VICA 4-5. KEITH TELGENHOFF "Oi Ol Oi Anti-Heros Oi OI Oi" Swim Team 5, 5: Cross Country 4-5. SCOTT RUSSELL TE RONDE fF0nzl "Another year is gone . . . Oh well." NANCY L. THARP "Friends are like the autumn leaves, but your true friends will never die." Student Councll 1-2, Secretary: Newspaper 1: Wrestling Manager 2: French Club 4. AIMEE BETH THEISEN "An obstacle ls something you see when you take your eyes off the goal." - Anonymous. B-Team Soccer 1: Varslty Soccer 2-5: Model UN 2- 5, 5: Jr. Beta 5: NHS 4-5: Sr. Beta 4-5: Spanish Club 2-4: Class Council 5-5: Honor Roll 5: Georgia Cer- tlficate of Merit 4: Society of Distinguished Hlgh School Students 5: National Science Merit Award 5: Academic All-American 5. ALLISON PAIGE THEISEN lAlIieI "Some men succeed because they are destined to, but most men because they are determined to." - Anonymous. B-Team Soccer 1-2, Junior Beta 5, Senior Be- tajNHS 4-5, Model UN 5-5, Varsity Soccer 5-5, Spanish Club 5-4, Class Council 5-5, Georgia Cer- tificate of Merit 4, Powder Puff4-5, Society of Distin- guished American High School Students 5, Mile- stones of Freedom Award, 1. PAUL JEFFERY TRAIL "I close my eyes, and think of home, another city goes by in the night, ain't it funny how it is, you never miss it till it's gone away, but now it seems, l'm just a stranger to myself and all the things I sometimes do, isn't me but someone else." EDDIE TRAVELSTEAD lCiravelheadJ "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your oum understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make your paths straight." Proverbs 5:5. Football 2-5, Wrestling 2-5, Baseball 2, The Society of Distinguished American High School Students 4-5. MARCIE MICHELLE TURNER "Life is what you want it to be." Junior Beta 2, ROTC 5-4, Spanish Club 4, FCA 5, Powder Pull' 5. Drama Club 5. MELISSA SHERRY TURNER "Have fun wherever you are because you never know when things are going to change." Dance Corps 1-5, Foreign Language Club 5, FBLA 5. JENNY L. USHERWOOD "Must it always be that we of necessity acquire understanding, and with that knowledge, must we gain all the mental pain of comprehension?" - Bob Geldof. Junior Civitan 1, Class Council 1-5, Class Vice- President 5, Junior Beta 5, Math Team 5, Math- counts 1, Basketball 1, Senior Beta 4-5, NHS 4-5, Drill Team 2-5, Spanish Club 5-4, Model UN 4-5, Science Team 5, Science Club 5, Swim Team 2-5, Student Council 5, Intemational Club 5. CHRISTOPHER A. WADDY lCricketI "My state of mind is a 'country state of mind."' Spanish Club 1-2. WILLIAM CHADWICK WADE lWadeJ "Slow but sure." Junior Beta 2. JEFF WAGNER ICharIie Brovml "Talks, talk." Football 2-5, Tennis 4-5, Science Club 5. BRIAN WALKER "Eat, Drink, and Be Meny for tomorrow we go to work." Football 1, Golf 5. LISA G. WALSTON "Hold on to the people you love, because one day they may not be there for you. I did it Mom And Dad!" B-Team Drill Team 5, Matmaid 2. CYNTHIA E. WANNAMARER fCyndil "Dance is the only art where in we ourselves are the stuff of which it is made." Chorus 1, Girls Chorus 2, Piratette 5-5, French Club 4, Varsity Drill Team 4, Powder Puff 4-5. TINA LOUISE WARBINCITON iMidgetI "Don't go around all your life putting on airs and trying to impress people who are realistically no better than you." Marching Band 1, Junior Civitan 2, Library Club 4, FBLA 5, Close-Up 4, French Club 5, Intemational Club 5, VOT 5, Powder Puff 4-5. JENNIFER DENISE WARD lJennyI "Always strive to achieve your goals, because the best is yet to come." Marching Band 1-2, VOHE 5, Drama Club 4. JESSE V. WATSON B-Team Soccer 1, Varsity Soccer 2-4, Latin Club 1- 5, Science Club 1-4, FBLA 4, Art Club 4. JENNIFER ELAINE WEAVER Ueffreyl "Duty. Honor. Country. Those three hallowed words reverently dictate what you ought to be, what you can be, what you will be . . . " - Doug- las MacArthur. NCTE Nomination 4: Football Cheerleading 1, 5-5: Basketball Cheerleading 5: Math Team 5: Science Team 5: Science Club 5: Varsity Gymnastics 2: GHP Nominee - Math 4: Jr. Beta 5: Sr. Beta 4-5, NHS 5: French Club 5: National Merit Scholarship Semi- Finalist 5: Powder Puff 4-5: SMHS Talent Show 4: Annual Staff 5: Georgia Certificate of Merit Winner 4: Who's Who in American High School Students 4- 5. TERRIE J. WEST "I know not what my future holds, Lord I have no way of knowing, but I know the one who holds my future and I have no fear of where l'm goIng." New Adventurers Club 2. IVIADELINE LEAH WHITE lMaddieI "To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: . . . a time to keep." Ecclesiastes. French Club 5-5, Art Club 5, Peer Facilitators 4-5, Intemational Club 5, Close-Up 4, Junior Civitan 1, Mat Aid 5, Drama Club 4, Annual Staff 5. LAURA LEIGH WIESSINGER lweissl "Like 2 people walking away from each other on a beach, and you'll never know if they will meet each other or not, they just have to walk till wher- ever it ends, and if someone's there, then you know it was worth the while, but if not. you'll think about the times with that person until etemityl" Basketball Cheerleading 1-5: Football Cheerlead- ing 1-5, capt. 5: Track 5. MICHAEL W. WILKES fBatmanl "Lights, camera, action. Yeah I'm gonna be a star. Just like I knew I always would." Jazz Band 5-5, Football 2-5. ANDY W. WINDBOURNE Band 1-5, Tennis 2, Football 4. TORIONA KIM WOFFORD 1Toril "The world is so full of good and beautiful things: food and wine, sunsets and autumn land- scapes - and good friends to share them with." FBLA 5, Junior Beta 5. CIRETCHEN LEIGH WOHLUST fllug-a-Bunch! "The only person you can love too much is your- self." HERO 4, Historian 4: Varsity Cheerleader Basketball 4: Varsity Cheerleader Football 5. TANYA LYNN WOODS "I came, I saw, Now l'm ready to leave. But I still have one question: Why is the answer to life, the universe, and everything 42?" Marching Band 1-5, Concert Band 1, Literary Maga- zine 4-5, Galleon Staff Reporter 5, Symphonic Band 2-5, Who's Who Among American High School Students 4. MARK WRIGHT "I HOPE I GRADUATE." MELISSA ANN WYNN IMelI "Remember . . . they mostly come at night, mostly - But I don't like Spam." B-Team Drill Team 2-5: Solo Ensemble I 2, 4: Solo Ensemble II 2, 4: German Club 5: Intemational Club 5: DeKalb Youth Orchestra 2: Varsity Drill Team 4: All-State Chorus 4: GHP Nominee - Vo- cal Music 4: DeKalb Honor Chorus 4: Georgia State University Orchestra 4-5: Class Council 4-5: Chorus President 5: Literary Meet 4th Place - Solo 4: Chorus 5-5: Orchestra 1-4. STAN WYNN tStan the Manl "lt winds down to three kinds of people: the good, the bad, and the ugly, and all of them can screw you up." CATHERINE D. WYNNE iSpankyl "God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference. Love You MOM AND DADIIV' Jr. Civitan 1-2, Jr. Beta 2, Chorus 1, Piratette 5, VICA 4-5. BRUCE XAYASANE "There are two kinds of people, there is good and bad. When good gets better the bad gets worse." Debbie l'lill You have always been a joy to us and with each year that joy has been enhanced. Congratulations and we love you. Mom, Dad, Butch and Bob- bie. S- . feud 04... Bob BI'0WI'llCC Dear 'iTinky" Bob, You have been one terrific kid to watch grow up and you have become a fine young man. You have brought us a lot of pleasure and with pride we watch you graduate. Our Love, Mom and Dad. Geoff Evans Congratulations on a job well done! Now our hope for your fu- ture is health and hap- piness. Love, Mom and Dad. Karen Helms To The Original Par- ty Girl: You've come a long way, babe - and we're proud of you. Congratulations!! Love, Mom and Dad. Madeline White May happiness, ful- fillment and success be always with you and may our love be your strength. Love, Mama, Daddy, and Mary. Paige Acker Dear Paige, you were a blond bomb- shell from the start. We believe in you and love you. Love, Mom, Dad, Rachel and Matt. lvan Koltai You are the Cirrrea- test . . . We love you, Ma, Dad, Tom, and Karina. Darren Eastall Darren, you are as precious on your last day of school as you were on your first day. May you find happi- ness, love, and con- tentment throughout your life - because 'lYou Light Up My Life." Love Mom, Mi- chele and Laura. -L'-r ,Une Tammy Austin Color your world with rainbows and al- ways remember "The- das". l love you, Mom. Robyn Reardon Robyn - Always love life as much as you love horses and know that we love you very much. We are proud of all your ac- complishments. All our love, Mother, Dad, and Cathy. Luis A. Rodriguez Jr. Luis: When you were a little boy you be- came fascinated by the sea. We hope one day you will fulfill your dreams and reach the port of prosperity and happiness with God as your guide. Love, Mother and Dad, Grandpa, and broth- ers. Laura Howell To Laura - who made the most of life as a second "only child". We love you! Mom, Dad, and Rhonda. Aimee and All Theisen Dear Aimee and Al- lie, You are our great- est joy and blessing. We are truly rich be- cause of you. May the Lord forever bless and keep you in the palm of his hand. Remem- ber, we will always be there for you. WE LOVE YOU SO MUCH! Mom and Dad. Michelle Noble Congratulations! We love you and we're proud of you. Love, Mom and Jennifer. -no-f'W3'-"" Stephanie Johnson Congratulations! Thanks for being you We love you. Mom, I Dad, and Melanie. Natalie Hickes Even back when this picture was taken you were ready to gradu- ate from high school. The day has finally ar- rived and we wish you love, success, and happiness. Hold on to your dreams. Love, Mom, Dad, Cassandra and Eric. Leslie Marbut With all your talents, we hope you will use one to help bring you happiness, health and success! Best of luck in college. We love you very much! Mom and Dad. Larry Armstrong Best of luck, health, and happiness in the future years of your life, and may God al- ways hold you in the palm ofhis hand. Con- gratulations! We're proud of you. Love, Mom, Julie, and Grandma. Marvin Kolin ll If you receive just a small part of the hap- piness that you have given us these past years, your future will be wonderful. Love, Mom and Dad. Wendy l'lamby Wendy - This being your senior year - brings back such spe- cial thoughts and cherished memories, of what it's always meant to have a daughter and sister like you - for who you are, for the things you do, for just being you. Happiness al- ways, Mom, Dad, Sandy and Rusty. Xt "' Paul Trail Dear Paul - We've traveled a lot of miles together. l'll cherish all the times we've known. The best of ev- erything in your future. Look out world! Here he comes! Love, Mom. Brent Fisher Congratulations Brent You ve made us very proud Wishing you much success We believe in you Love Mom and Dad Jennifer Melton Another graduation! May this be the step- ping stone to every- thing you desire of life. We are very proud of you. Congratulations! We love you. Mom and Dad. Billy Barry Set your goals high and you will go far - Be true to yourself and keep God in your heart. You are a very special son and always will be. l love you - Mom. Gretchen Leigh Wohlust We have been blessed to have you in our lives. Always re- member we think you're something spe- cial and we love you. Mom, Dad, Kelly, Kris- tin, and Wendy. Blaine Byers To Blaine, You have always made me very proud. May success and happiness always be a part of your life, and may all your dreams come true. With love, Mom. Class Kate Robinson P.K., We love you and are very proud of you. We know that you will succeed in whatev- er you set your goals to be. Mom and Dad and all of the Family. '88 Alan Collins Remember to set your goals higher than you think you can achieve and seek the Lord for guidance. We love you the way you are. Thanks for all the joy. Love Mom, Dad, Pat, and Jim. it . , fax rg 3 v ' 'lt :, Michael Robinson You were the cutest 'lcoolest" guy in your kindergarten class. You are still a snappy dresser! We love you lots and know that your future will be bright. Just keep that winning smile. Mom, Dad and Katie. Mary Beth Norbury God was having an especially good day when he created you. Love, Mom and Dad. 5 . mf . f JV 4' ,nw fr L W, ,V S .9 my 1 ,Q N I W.. rcs., 5 ,s . 9 ur w fm.. Cathy Wynne As innocence of youth matures into wisdom of experience, and storms of growth mellow into inner peace, you'll find your acre of Diamonds was never out of reach. Congratulations! Love, Mom and Dad. Tonya M. Stoe We are very proud of you. You have been a joy in our lives and you are a very loving daughter. Good luck in your future, and if you need us we'll al- ways be there. Love, Mom and Dad. Tonya Stoe You are a very beau- tiful person with a lot to offer this world. Don't ever settle for second best! l'm very proud of you and I love you dearly. Love as always, your sister Robin. Kathryn Davis Our smiling girl has grown up. Keep smil- ing. May all your dreams come true, Mom and Dad. ,-Nfn 'Ci' Garry Day Garry, you know how much we all love you and how proud we are. You possess the qualities to succeed in life. Love, Mom, Dad and Family. M' Shannon Suchke God loves you and so do l. Congratula- tions! Your friend, Mom. Christopher lCricketJ Waddy Congratulations, we are all very proud of you. Good luck with whatever you do. Mom, Dad, Bert, Mar- cella, Michael and Shavm. Q X.- .... J eff Wagner We are proud to have you as a son and brother. Thank you for being you - a cheer- ful, good-natured pest. We love you. Mom and Anthony. Scott Stavron Thanks, Scott, for all the good times and happiness you have brought into our lives. May you sail through life with the greatest of ease. God bless you and be with you al- ways. Love Mom, Dad, and all six of your sis- ters. Marc Alexander Marc, your college years should be even more fruitful than your high school days. We know your future will open many doors and your dreams will be fulfilled. Reach for the sky and don't settle for less. Congratulations and best ofluck at col- lege. We know you'll knock 'em dead! We love you. Mom, Dad. and Hope. Katrina Slagle Congratulations! We are very proud of you. Good luck in every- thing you do. We wish you happiness always. Love, Mom, Dad and Karl. Brett Patterson We are and always have been proud of you. We wish for you happiness, love and peace. Mom and Dad. Eddie Travelstead You always made every dream we wished for you come true. Now, believe in your ovim dreams and they will come true for you. Congratulations and we love you. Mom, Dad and Michael Christy Little Christy, you can achieve anything you really desire. Just re- member we all love you and want the best for you. Love, Mama, Daddy, Allen and Lib- by. Elisabeth Rocco Keep that "cheer"- ful smile! We wish you a future filled with hap- piness and success. Remember, there are four people who love you and who will al- ways be there for you. Mom, Dad, Michael and Mark James. Matt Lipham Congratulations Matt, we are super proud of you. Let your perseverance be your guide to becoming what ever you want to be. Always remember we love you. Mom and Dad. Darren Plowell With memories ofall you've been, with pride for all you are, with hope for all you'll be . . . and with love and prayers for al- ways. Mom, Dad, and lien. ,Q Melanie McRae Melanie - you are a joy and a delight. Con- tinue to pursue your dreams. You can do it. lam very proud ofyou. Congratulations. Love, Mom. Jennifer Ward Congratulations to a very special daughter. You have come a long way and we are very proud of you. May the future bring you much happiness. Love, Mom and Dad. Jennifer Flowers Jennifer, we're proud of you and we love you for many rea- sons but mainly be- cause you're you! We wish you all the best because you deserve it. Good luck and God's nearness. Mom and Dad. r..-.. Andy Jordan We love you, Andy, because of who you are and who you will be. Put your hand in the hand of the Lord, and it will be better than a known way. Love, Mom and Dad. I. Dimmu? June 15, 1988 You ve come a long way baby." Con- gratulations and good luck. With love, Moth- er and Dad. Tony Eberhardt l J 255 ..I Jackson, April M. 159 EIGHTH GRADE A Adams, Robert C. 50, 155 Alexander, Antonia R. 155 Alexander, Hope M. 155 Allison, Michael G. 155 Almond, Raymond R. 50, 155 Anderson, Brandon Y. 155 Anderson, Marc D. 155 Anderson, Wayne S. 155 Andrews. Priscilla L. 155 Archer, William K. 105, 155 Armstrong, Julla F. 106 Artman, Courtney C. 106, 159, 1 Atha, Daniel R. 155 Atnip, Shannon L. 155 Austin, Billy F. 50, 158, 155 Austin, Leslie P. 155 Avery, Keisha D. 155 B Bagully, Michael D. Bakheet, Marion R. 155 Baldwin, Jennifer L. 155 Balsamo, Jonathan H. Bankston, Aubrey L. 155 Barb, Richard Morgan 155 Bames, Brandon M. 155 Barth. Ronald J, 155 Bathea, Kalicia K. 155 Battle, Bridgett M. 155 Battle Jr., Ronald C. 155 Battle, Kwajelyn S. Lynn Bauer. Jonas M. 155 Bell, Sharan A. 155 Broome, Linda M. Beam. Stephen E. Bell. Patricia A. 155 Benjamin, Dennis W. 155 Ben'y, Jenifer M. 155 Berry. Roderick D. 62 Bethune, Jeffery E. 155 Bethune, Jennifer E. 155 Bethune, Thomas S. 59, 155 Bigsby. Chaisty R. 155 Black. Britt A. 50 Black, Karen L. 155 Blair, Jessica A. 155 Blazer, Stacy L. 155 Boshell, Dana T. Boyanton, Stephen E. 155 Boyd, Lonnie B. 50, 62, 155 Bozeman. Tesha L. 156 Braafhart, Jon M. 156 Branch, Sharon E. 156 Brazda, Roland E. Ronnie 156 Brqadnax, Christy L. Brooks, Michael N. 156 Brown, Brent A. 156, 165 Brown. Chaslty L. Brown, Christopher M. 50m 156 Brovm. Darius K. 156 Brown, Dawn M. 50, 156 Brown, Devon L. la awn, Frances D, 156 BrQq't4ee, Jason C. 50 Brya. ., Paul L. 156 Buggs, Levetta G. 156 Butkovich, Bmce B. 156 Butler, Erica N. 156 Byme Ill, Charles G. Troy 156 Byme, Meredith G. 105, 156, 65, Brown, Bobby C Caldwell, Christine M. 156 Caldwell, Christopher E. 50, 156 Campbell, Adam B. 156 Cape, Michael B. 106, 156 Carroll, Crystal R. 156 Carroll, Jeffrey A. 156 Carswell, Matthew A. 106, 156 Carter, Richard A. 50, 156 Carver, Jason E. Cavanaugh, Brian D. Cawthon. John B. 54, 156 Champion, Jennifer L. 156 Chandler, Craig A. 156 Chandler, Melanie S. Chaney, Shenequa U. Chantler, Wllllam T. 156 Choates. Terrence D. 156, 70 60, 155 154 Choates, Tonance D. 156, 70 Clark, Adrian E. 49, 157 Clark, Banfy L. 51 Clark, Jennifer B. Clark, Solomon D. 157 Cline, Leigh A. 157. 67 cable, Cheryl L. 157 Cofiield, Joshua W, 50, 157 Coker, Jennifer L. 157 Coleman, April M. Coleman, Christopher A. 157 Clark, William D. Coles, Terra T. 106, 159, 157 Coletti, George D. 157 Collins, Casey M. 157 Collins III, Roy C. 157 Collins, Scottie M. 50 Connelly. Melissa M. 157 Cooksey, Megan N. 157 Cooper, David E. 106, 157 copas, Abigail l.. Corker, Tammle L. 157 Cotton, Jennifer L. 157 Crew, Antonio B. 50, 157 Cubas, Holman B. 157 D Daily, Amy J. 157 Dallas, Calvin Dalon, Timothy A. Daniel, Richard B. 157 Davis, Blalne A. 157 Davis, Dezanne C. Davis, Kristina A. 105, 157, 65, 154 De Sanotls. Jessica L. 157 Dean. Stacey 1.. 157 Dennis Jr., Johnny L. 50, 62, 152, 62 Deveau, Suzanne Y. Diggs, Kathleen A. 157 Dlll, Stephen M. 157 Dollar. Amy R. 154 Dorsey, Oliver Doughty. Matthew S. Dowdell, Flora E. 157, G5 Downing, Maxine C. 105, 157. 154 Duncan, Kimberly R. Dunson, Angela Y. 157 Durden, Harold D. 50, 157 Durden, Shermika K. Durham, Nyree D. 65 Dutton, Mandy E. 157 Dyer, Brian M. 157 E Earl, Michael H, 106, 157 Easterwood, Michelle C. 105, 65 Edenfield, Brian C. 50, 157 Edwards, Erica 158 Eisele, Jason G. 50, 158 Ellis, Jason B, Elosge, Andrew P. 158 Ercin, Joshua 50, 158 Espina, Michelle L. 158 Everett, Corey B. 50 Ewald, Megan R. 158 I' Fain, Brian C. 158 Faraj, Maysoon T. 158 Faulkner, Adam A. 158 Ferguson, Fenton E. 158 Fitzgerald. Stephanie M. 106, 158 Flores, Alejandros Alex 158 Flowers, Jason A. 50, 62, 158 Floyd, Rodney Shannon 158 Freeman, William C, 158 Funderburk, Wesley D. 158 G Gaines, Teresa A. 158, 65 Gales, Tanisha M. 158 Gay, Deronta R. 50, 158 Gerard, Michael D. 50, 158 Giles, Joseph L. 158 Giles, Randy Gllpin, Zak J. Ginn, Scott V. 50, 62, 158 Cllasse, Gary R. 50, 158 Gogglns. Cindy M. Gouge, David P. 50, 62, 158 Graham, Megan R. 158 Gregory. Everett F. 158 Gresham, Joseph A. 158 Grlflin, Richard T. 158 Grissom, Donald W. 106, 158 Grlswell, Alicia M. 158 Guthrie Jr., Charles L. H Hamilton, Andrea T. 158 Hampton, Ramion D. 158 Hanson, Brian P. 106 Harbin, Janet L. 158, 165 Hardeman, Jennifer L. 158 Harper, Robert A. 50, 158 Harvey, Karmelita D. 158 Hasbrouck, David R. 159 Havlck, Steven W. 159 Heimemlann, Holly J. 159 Helmer, Molly J. 159 Henderson, Elliott K. 159 rlemdon, Christy E. 159 Herrmann, Reagan F. 159, 67 Herron, Anthony L. 50 Hill. Carol A. 159 Hill, Jody A. 67 Hill, Terry B. 159 Hines, Kimberly E. Hines, Sharon B. Hogan, Kellie L. 49. 159 Holcombe. Michael M. 159 Holland, Mary E. Beth 159 Honeycutt, Lauren D. 159 Hooper, Judith A. 159 Hopkins, Steven T. 59m 159 Hopson, Derrick D. 50, 62, 159 Home, Adam C. 159 Horton, Ovoy Y. 50 Huling, Gregory E. Hurley, Tracie L. 159, 164 Hutchins, Vashaundra N. l Irons, Shawn S. 159 J Jackson, Bobby CEJ 9-14 Jackson, Jemel R. 159 Jarrard, Mary S. Jenkins, Shannon L. 159 Johnson, James R, 159 Johnson, Jonathon Jones, Crystal A. 106, 159 Jones, Heather M, 159 Jones, Jason W. Jones Jr., Jimmy W. 50, 62, 156. Jones, Stephen H. 159 Jordan, Paul N. 159 Joyner, Daniel H. 50, 159, 165 Jung, Calvin W. 159 Junior, Wesley E, 159 K Kerrish III, Andrew J. 50, 160 Kelly, Dan 159 Kim, Hyung S. 160 Kim, Mee S. 160, 162 Kinard, Nikol C. 49, 160 L Lackey, Stephanie A. 160, 154 Laird, Dietra K. 160 Lance, Gretchen C. 160, 65 Lawler, Astamiel D. Lawrence, Jakenya R. 160, 67 Lawson, Crystal L. 160 Leef, Eric J. 54, 160 Lester, Tabitha D. 160 Lewis, Deangeles Y. 160 Lionberger. Michael W. 50, 160 Little Jr., James L. 160 Love, Dawn R. 49, 160, 65 Lowe, Michael D. 160 Lucas, Tyrone L. Luther, Kevin M. 160 Luu, Cindy 'r. 160 Lux, Kevln M. 160 Lynam, Diana L. 49, 160 Lynch, Melba Diane 160 M Mabry, Josha S. 160 MaCann, Keith W. 160 MacDonald, Shannon E. 160 Machaby, Terrell F. 160 Mahaffey, Chauntaundra C, 160 Mahotiere, Barbara R. 160 Malone, Jennifer L. 105, 160, 154 Malone, Rorry L. 160 Mamary, Adlette M. 160 Mapp, Christopher D. 160 Marsh, Tyson L. 160 159 Massey, Doyle D. 50, 156, 160, 164 Matthews, Sonya L. 160 Mazarky, Thomas L. 50, 161 McCloud, Kimberly D. 161 McCumber. Stephanie L. 161 McLeod, Mark A. 50 Merck. Kandace D. 161 Merritt. Heather D. 161 Mesurac, Christopher R. 161 Mesurac III, Charles F. Carl 161 Meyers, Dana M. 49, 161, 165, 65 Middlebrooks, Maria O. 161. 67 Miller, Sean T. Miller, Thaddeus D. Mills, Cynetria C. 161 Mills, Davey W. 50, 62, 161 Minor, Jennifer M. 161 Mitchell, Donald T. 106, 161 Mitchell, Mark A. Mobley. Sheny L. 161 Monet, Adam 161 Montgomery, Heather L. 161 Moore, Ashley L. Moore, Cedric E. 50, 161 Moore, Kiirsten L. 50, 161 Moreland, Lantanya S. 161 Morgan, Kelli 161 Morrls, Carissa N. 161, 67 Morris, Tommy E. 161 Muffuletto, Anthony P. 50, 161 Mun'ay, Kenneth D. 50 Myers, Stacie A. 49. 161 N Naehr, Stephen M. 161 Nance, Allen M. 161 Nantt, Bradley S. 161 Needling, Scott C. 161 Nelson, Andrew D. 161 Nelson, Renee V. 161 Nesmith, Julie A. 162 Newberry. Paula 162 Newsome, Angelo K. 50, 162 Nichols, Joseph R. 162 Nordstrom, William H. Nowell, Kenneth B. 50. 162, 165 0 Oakes Jr., George R. 162 Olowo-Okere, Yomi QED 9-25, 162 0'Neal, Douglas W. 54, 62, 162 Owens, Tanya K. 162 P Pacheco, Lynn B. Palmer, Mahliik R. Palmer, Sean I. 106, 162 Pantana, Angela D. 162 Pappe. Jason K. 162 Parry, Jennifer A. 162 Paschall, Delores L. 162 Phllllps, R. Scott 162 Pike, Katherine J. 156, 162 Pitt, Christina S. 162 Pitts, Sherlona M. 162 Plato, Allison L. 162 Polite III, Lawrence T. 50, 162 Pope, Alysia L. 162 Portalatln, Venancio 106, 109, 15 Porter, Ted J. 54 Prater, Tara M. 162, 154 Price. Jennifer L. 162 Price, Philip A. 162 Price, Tara C. 162, 154 Q Quashie, Rondah J. 162 R Rahemtulla, Sadia A. 162 Rahman. Matt M. 50, 162 Rawls, Neil S. 162 Retter, Jon M. 162 Rhodes, Marlando D. Richardson, Adrienne L. 165 7, 162 Richardson, Sharon Marie 165, 67 Roberts, Lisa E. 165, 165, 67 Robinson. Christopher J. 165 Rogers. Julie A. 49. 165 Rollins, Yamas J. 50, 165 Ross, Paul C. 50, 165 Roszelle, Clay A. 165 Rutledge, Jacob E. 165 S Saechang, Somsanith 165 Salisbury, Richard A. 165 Sanders, Jeffrey S. 62. 165 Sargent, Rebecca A. 163, 65 Schaefer, Michael J. 165 Schapansky, Justin D. 50 Schnieder. Karen Alla 106, 165 Schreiner. Leslie S. 65, 154 Scocca, Eugene D. l s- Scorza, Susan M. 165 Searlng, Erln E. 165, 67 Seeley, Edward S. 50, 165 Selm, Jon M. 165 Sentllngar, Jacob, P. 54, 62 Shaw, Demetrla D. 165 Shaw, Isaac Z. Shlrkey. Amanda D. 62. 165 Smlth, Carollne T. Smlth, Corey. L. 50, 62 Smlth, Detrlss M. 165 Smlth, Emlly C. 163 Smlth, Jack W. Smlth, Jarvls 50, 625 161, 165 Smlth, Julle R. 164 Smlth, Rebecca A. 164 Smlth, Shareeka L. 106, 164 Smlth, Terry W. 50. 156, 164 Snlder, Susanne C. 164 Song Danlel D. Soucle, Kevln D. Schaefer, Dana Sonnen, Trlcla N. 6, 164, 65 Spake, Kellle D. 164, 65. 154 Spalding, Jan M. 164, 67 Spencer, Olantunjl A. Sprague, Justln A. 164 Stallwonh, Dexter T. 62, 164, 154 Stanley Jr.. Robert M. Stanton, Wllllam Ryan 50, 164 Steele, Kelly R. 49, 164 Stevens, Tlmmy L. 164 Stewart. Dlonna J. 49 Stlckney, Jennlfer D. 164 Street, Rebecca D, 164 Sullards, Shane D. 164 Sutton, Lewls B. 54, 164 Swlcker, Brlan A. 165 Swlmme, Wendy J. 164 T Talng, Seng K. Talbot, James 164 Tate, Durand L. Taylor, Clay w. 164 Temple, Chris J. Tharp, Franklln M. 54, 164 Thomas, Adrla Y. 164 Thompson, Charles B. 164 Tjo, Danlel C. 164 Travelstead, Mlchael D. 50 Trotter, Laklsha G. 164 V Van Wyk, Vlckl S. 165 Vamer, Erlc L. 164 ventl, Mark P. Vltrano, Mellssa C. W Waddy, Calenla M. 165 Waldon, Tracy l'1.165 Wllllams, Mlchael Walker, Cedrlc B. 50 Walker, Don D, Walker, Jason W. 165 Walker, Mellssa L. Wankel, Scott D. 165 Wamack, Gregory L. 50, 165 Waterman, Hollls E. 62, 165 Watemman, Justln K. 50, 165 Watford. Merrllee L. 67 Wells, Annessa R. Wells, Antwan E. 50, 165 Wells, Chlqulta E. 165 Whatley, Harrlson Greg 50, 165 Whlte. Carlos Whlte, Karen E. 161, 165 Wlkdahl, Klrln J. Wllllams. Clcely F. 165 Wltllams, Evanthla 165 Wllllams, Jason B. 158, 165 Wllllams, Jason K. 50, 165 Wllllams, Jason M. 165 Wllllams, Lacosha L. 165 Wllllams, Marlon N. Wllllams, Mlkel A. 50, 165 wllllams. Paul G. 165 Wllmont, Dordrlck L. 165 Wllson, Dawn E. 49, 165 Wllson, Julle E. 165 Wllson, Krlsta B. 165 Wllson, Selena T. 165, 167 Wllson, Tamara S. 159, 157 Wlmberly, Antonlo B. 50 Wlnfrey Jr., Jams E. wngm, Mlchael so, 155 Wu, Annle L. 165 Y , 88, 164. 70, 155 Yang, Dorls S. 165 Yeana, Krlstlna L. Young, Thomas S. 165 FRESHIVIEN A Abraham, Edward C. 167 Adam, Jennlfer D. 167 Adams, Jennlfer L. 167 Aho, Susan R. 106, 167 Allred, Marllyn W. 167 Alston, Tamara 166, 167 Anderson, Aprll A. 167, 66 Anderson, Erlc L. 167 Anderson. Shelley M. 106, 167 Andlno, Angela Andrews. Danta R. Andrews, Marlo A. Anthony, Anlta G. Amold, Klmberly M. Atklnson, Corey J. 74 Atnlp. Larry w. Austln, Charles E. Autry. Paul w. 57 Bacerra, Tara A. 167 Balrd, Aprll S. 167 Baldwln, Mlchelle M. 80, 167 Baldwln, Susan E. 166, 167, 66 Barld, Leah M. 80, 167 Barker, Tremese Pam Baucom, Jetfrey T. Baughman, Nelson G. 6 Beard, Llnda C. 167 Beasley, Jonathan A. 167 Bedell, Brook W. 167, 175, 70 Bellck, Laura J. Bell, Criag W. 167 Benson. Byran J. 175 Black, Amy A. 75, 167 Blazer, Patrlch H. 47, 171 Block, Adam D. 167 Bonds, Mlchael J. Bosley, Mant I. 167 Bost, Kevln V. 167 Bragg, Kristen r. 48, 75, 166, 168, 66 Broolw, Klmberly A. 168, 61 Brown, Duke C. 167 Brown, Glna S. 166, 167 Brown, Ledrous S. Brown, Paullne A. 75. 105, 168, 172, 61 BYOWII , Robert D. 54. 168 Brumlow. Renee M. Bufllngton, John D. 168 Budy, George Mlchael 168 Burch, Chrlstopher J. Burdeshaw, Mlchael P. 168 Burrell, Derrlck 157 Burrls, Oracle June 168 Bush, Erlra D. 168 Busher, Lalle A. 166, 168, 72 Bussey, Klmberly A. 168, 94 Byme, Kerrle D. 168 C Caln, Chad J. Caln. Mlchael E. 168 Call, Robert E. Campbell, Charles Campbell, Tlna M. 48, 152, 168, 66 Cannon, Rlchard K. 168 Cannon, Tammlta Marla Cannack, Shawn L. Carman, Jennlfer P. 107, 168 Carroll, Lelgh A. 168 Carroll, Thomas A. 168 Carter, Cara D. Carter, Frank M. Carter, Lance F. Canleoge, Victor A. 168 Cartwrlght, Tracle H. Case, John W. 47 Case, Rlchard D. 105, 168 Catron, Chrlstopher Buddy 92, 125 Cawthon, Robert A. 168 Cha, Jae H. 106, 114 Chalhn, Jennlfer H. 75, 169 Chambers, Kelly R. 116 Chamorro, Edward 99, 169 Charvan, Jennlfer K. 169 Charette, Ronald F. Chason, Paul R. 47, 169 Cheng, Kelth C. Cherry, Candlce N. 95. 118, 168, Chllds, Derrlck A. Chrlstlan, Trlna D. 169 Clark, Diego Combs, Chrlstopher A. 47, 169 Connors, Wllllam R. Cooley, James E. Cooper, Klmberly A. 169 Cooper, Theodore E. Copeland, Elllah A. Copley, Alesla C. Couch, Bryan A. 169 Cranford, Davld Tim Creamer, Samuel L. D Dabbs, Wllllam E. 70 Dangel, Paul H. 169, 60 Daust, Mlchelle Y. Davls, Andrew S. 95. 169 Davls, Barbara L. 105, 106, 107, Davls, Michael J. 54, 169 Davlson, Gregory R. 169 Dawson, Kelly O. Deal. Shanl Deaver, Stacey L. Delekto, Thomas M. Dell, Rebecca L. Depass, Orlssa E. 48, 116, 66 Dlllard, Eddie J. Doggett, Stephanie L. 169 Donnelly, Chrlsty M. 169 Doolittle. Melissa B. 106, 169, 72 Dotson, Allan Kelth 47 Doughty, Jennlfer A. 80 Douglas. Lorl C. 75, 169 Dowls, Charlty L. Doyle, Dena R. Dulfey, Phllllp W. 85 Dunagan. Carla A. Duncan, Mlchael L. E Eaton, Christopher D. 170 Ecton, Wesley B. Eddy. Ryan C. 170 Edgerton, John S. Edmondson, Rlchard B. 11, 170 Eldson. Katherlne E. 170 Evans, Pax W. l" Faraj, Danlelle E. 116, 170, 172, 94 Fell, Elizabeth L. Felts, Adam L. Flnnle, Michael J. 170 Fischer, Susan L. 170 Flowers, Roger D. Foster, Cedrlc L. Fox, Kellle A. 170 Fox, Michelle M. Freeman, Kevin M. Freeman, Melanle C. Frlck, Matthew M. 80, 170 Frlck, Mlchael G. 54, 170 Froellch, Klm E. 170 Fuentes, Nelson F. Fulcher, C.S. Cl Gadsden Shanda R. 75 Galnes, Tlffany R. 48. 75, 103, 1 166, 169, 170, 66 Gallatln, Chrlstopher C. Gamer, Angela G. 156, 170 Gamer IV, Wllllam R. 171 Gamer, Lamla H. 105, 166, 171 Gamer, Sandra D. 106, 110, 171 Garrlson. Scott E. 106, 171, 114 Gllbert, Robble S. 171 Glosson, Amy E. Golfls, Vaslllkl G. 152 Gomez, Hector B. 171 Gonzalez, Ismael Goodman, Traci L. 171 Gaddy Jr., Thomas V. 47, 60 ' :sa IL50, 169 . 148, Orandla, Liza M. 92, 105, 104. 118, 121, 151, 166, 171 Grlce, Kelvln D. 7, 47, 74 Gutierrez, Rafael D. 60 H Haak, Davld M. Halfey, Mlchael T . Harmon, Jermalne A. Harrls, Kelly 166, 171 Hay. Sophle T. 191 H8yW0Od, Lenard D. Headrlck, Lisa M. 171 Heimllch, Noah N. 172 Heltlan, Jennlfer K. 80, 166, 171, Henley, Celeste E. 105, 171 Henry ll, Danlel M. 106 nerr. shong 171 Hlcks, Claude E. 47 Hlcks, Klmberly H. nm, Shaunyse Hlnson, James W. Hlssom, Greg Holloway. Mitchell T. 171 Holmes, Season A. 171 Horton, Kenneth Y. Hostetler, Shannon S. 166, 191 Howell, Mark S. 41, 47, 171, 49 Huff, Chrlstopher P. 47, 171 Hyde, Lalanya M. Ingram, Stacey A. 171 Iverson, Steven M. 54, 167, 171, J Jackson, Nashetta D. 171 Jamw, Lee A. 167, 171 Jamlson ll. Rlchard A. Jarboe, Juli K. 107, 172 Jennlngs. Monica S. Jenovese, Amy M. Johnson. Elon M. 172 Johnson. Evon T. 172 Johnson. Latonya Johnston, Charles H. Jones. Jock T. 47, 172, 70 Joos, Jennlfer A. 172, 115 Joy, Rebecca E. 172 K Kanel, Erlk l. Rapaala. Panavl s. 172 Kelsey, Amy R. 172 Kennedy, Cynthia Hevln 172 Kennedy, Mary Katle 5. 105. 166. Reppeler, Kan e. 121. 112. 177 Klm, Chang O. Klpnls, Catherlne C. Romhepp, Mlchael E. Kmszczynskl, Malgorazata D. L Lake, Dianne Lanier. Mlchael S. 61 175, 60 172, 61 Lascody, Laura J. 48, 1.59, 166, 169, 172 66 Lefever, Justlne A. 172 Lester, Freddle L. Lewls, Anthony Lewls, Dyteya S. 7, 172, 115 Lewls, Frederick S. 172 Lewls, Janet Lewls, Keith A. 47, 172 Lewls, Kevln T. 172 Llttle Jr., John A. 172 Long, Amy M. 172, 94 Long, Tony C. Lums, Kellle T. 172 Luckey. Jason M. 172 Lux, Amy E. 107, 172 Lyons, Mlchele L. 107, 175 M Majewskl, Joy D. 55, 175 Malcolm, C. Whltney 175 Malone, Amy R. 105, 175 Marcoux, Davld A. 175 Marlnaccl. Krlstln L. Marsh, Waldo E. 175 Martln, Larry J. Mahotiere, Daphne Marzullo. John M. Matthews. Mlchael L. 74, 173, 60 McCloud, Heath D. McCormack. Steve l. 175 McConnlck, Danny L. McCullough. Wllllam J. 47 Mcrarlln, Bonnie L. 106. 175 McFelea, Jelfrey E. 47, 175 McHugh. Samantha J. McPherson, Robert E. 106, 175 Messlck, F. Christian 47, 85, 175, 146 Mlller, Dedrla E. . Mohan, Meenh 172 Monet. Amy Morley, Stephen C. Morrlson. Matthew C. Mote. Mlchael C. 175, 175 Moua, Lue Muhaw. Kyle D. 80, 175 Mujlm, Yvette M. 48, 175, 94, 66 Mulvey, Robln A. Murray. Chrlstopher M. 257 H Nash, Ronald Ed 105, 106, 175 Nelor, Michael L. Nelson, Benjamin L. Nelson, Julie K. 104, 175 New, Joseph C. Pete 175 Nlehaus, Lauren N. 105, 166, 175, 66 Nlxon, Maltland I. Noble, Jennlfer C. 107, 175 0 O'Connor, Tracy L. 174 Oglesby, Teresa G. 174 Ormond, Kevln S. Owens, Jonathan D. P Pace, Kevin C. 74, 174, 46, 60 Pacheco, Jesse R. Paden, Ryan T. 47 Papp, Christine M. 172, 174, 61 Park, Carlos J. Park, Michael 174, 95 Parker, Angela L. Parker, Patrick M. Parkman, George K. 47, 80, 174, 46 Parson, Chad C. 174 Parson, Tonya L. 174 Pate, David E. Patel, Awanl A. 174 Patel, Parlta J. 174 Paz, Edgar B. Stanley 174 Penoharkar, Vaishali S. 174 Perkins, Charles L. Perret, Glna L. 174 Peny, Robert J. Trlp Petty, Laurie A. Phlllips, Melanie D. Pichardo, Alfredo R. 171, 174 Pierce, Eugene A. 174 Pinkerton. Melanie L. 125. 166. 174. 94 Plrkle, Brlan B. 174 Podes. Peter G. Policl, John J. 47 Polite, Nicole D. 174 Pope, Marcus S. Pope, Susanne L. 174 Powell, Kevin R. 174 Prather,- Ty S. Pucko, Edward M. 106, 174 Rachal, Steve R. Raaosta. Lacey P. 174 Rakestraw, Heather M. 155, 174 Ramey, Jarrod P. Raney, Roger D. Reddlck, Jennlfer L. Redmond, Angela 175, 57 Reid, Leigh C. 105, 175, 66 Relsslger, John 175 Reuangphlmpha, Khamsy Reynolds, John w. 175 Rlce, Chad A. Rlch, Ryan M. Richards, Matthew K. Richardson, Kelly C. 85, 175, 60 Rlker, John W. 12 Rlster, 'l'homas P. Roberts Jr., George W. Robertson, Angela L. 105, 175, 94 Robertson, Mindy L. 175 Robertson, Raymond Allen Robinson. Dasha R. Robinson, Lanard L. Rodriquez, Arturo J. 175 Rogers, D.E. Rogers, Jenny R. 116, 174, 175, 72 Roman, Gregory Romer, Elyse R. 105, 175 Ruff, Camloha L. Ruppel, George C. S Saladlno, David r. Saucler, Tanya D. 175, 175 Scallan. Scott C. Scott, Sander C. 175 Scott, Shields A. Seals, Jennlfer L. 175 Selm, Jennlfer K. 75, 175 Self, Keith R. Sellers, Rachel C. 175 Shah, Nipa K. Sibley, Paul Sims, Andre E. Smiley, Karen A. 175 Smith, Grier T. 80, 175 258 Smlth, Jason W. 175, 114 Smotherman, Paul T. 74, 175 Soills, John L. 175 Soublis, Tracie Splvey, Paige M. Sponsel, Ryan L. spraggs, Deena R. 80, 175 Stanton, Angela 172, 175 Stephens, Casey E. 176, 115 Stevens, James Brad 176 Stllllnger, David B. Stubbs, Christopher C. Sullards, Brooks D. 176 Swanson. Mark R. 176 Swegan, Brandon W. Swenson, Nathan E. T Tamburini, Charlotte M. Tankersley, Dan M. 176 Tankelsley, Laura B. 166, 176 Tasmaz O. Susan Taylor, Curtis L. Teachout, Jerry M. 176 Teronde, Jennle R. 176 Tenry, David A. Theisen, Brian A. 106, 176, 60 Thomas, Karen R. 176 Thomas, Tammy L. 176 Thomton, Susan A. 176 Tidwell, Wllllam T. Tlppln, Christopher A. Tong, George S. Took, Nicole T. Trail, Crlstlna Lynn 176, 94 Traynor, Sean W. 47, 176 Treadwell, Keith T. 176 Trotter, Kevin R. Turco, Gregory P. U Upshaw, Susan D. V vang, Tong 176 Vanwyk, David A. Vaughn, Felix C. Vlvanco, Javier l. 176 Vonkutzleben, Tara L. 48, 166, 176, 66 Vonwedel, Irene N. 54, 75, 176, 115 Walker, David W. 176 Walker, Greg A. 176 Walker, James E. 176 Walker. Ken'l S. 176 Walker, Robert W. 41, 47, 176 Wallin, Michael R. Walter, Jerold M. 177 Walters, Bridget J. Waters, Misty E. 177 Watklns, Cany L. watson. Kimberly s. 4 welnsteln, Crystal D. 177 Welte, Joshua T. 177 West, Rlley .l. West. Samuel C. Whalen, Jennlfer L. 75, 105, 94 whlte. Joseph l.. 54, 143, 111 Whltlng, James M. 80 Whlting, William D. Whittle, Phillip S. Wlckline, Jason L. Wlkdahl, Anna Wlles, Gary ll. 177 Wllklns, Delrdre L. 177 Wllllams, Nora L. Wllllams, Patrick L. 54, 92, 177 Wllson, Jonathan C. Windsor, Andrea L. Wltcher, Nancy C. 106, 177 Woo, Jln S. 177 wood. Bradley 177 woods, Christopher M. wright, Paula 0. wynn, John c. 175, 177 Y Yang, Matyer 177 Yang, Mee M. Yang, Vangyileng YI, Chrlstofer Young, Mearco D. Z Zlnk, Scott A. SOPHOMORESQ A Adams, John D. Adams, Stephen C. 54, 179 Allison, Kenneth F. Anderson, Jason R. 52, 156 Anderson, Scott M. 178 Anthony, Felicia L. Anton, John J. 105, 179 Armstrong, Jennifer R. 179 Austln, Mark W. Baldwin, Patrick W. 179 Bankhead, Frances R. Baron, Michael R. 179 Bassett, Jimmy D. Bates, Karen L. Beckford, Aprll A. 179, 66 Behan, Christopher M. 80, 105, 179, 72 Bell, Jodie B. Bell, Lisa J. Belleville, Shane D. Bellows, Christopher A. Bennett, Carol A. 178 Bemier, Mark A. 179 Bistrack, Jennifer A. 22. 86, 87, 178, 179 Blount, Eboni Y. 179, 58 Bollng, Erlc S. Borltz, Sheri R. 52, 92, 101, 118, 119, 150, 180 . Borland, Lorl M. 180 Bost, Tlna L. 179 Boykin, Shawn M. 106, 110, 114 Bradley, Mike S. Brandon, Kelly D. 52, 107, 179 Brelse, Ten'ln M. Bright, Bryan K. Bright, Stephen C. Britt, Mark M. 179 Brooks, Shelly M. 117, 179 Brown, Demond J. Brunelle, Douglas P. Bell, Godfrey Bruno, Ken D. 46 Brower, Brooke M. 86, 116, 178, 179, 123 Brown, Wendy L. 179 Bunder, Cheri M. 105, 106, 179 Burgess, Adrienne L. 4. 179 Burgos, Frances M. 104, 191, 192, 125 Bumett, Tibelus N. 186 Burrell, Shane D. 180 Burris, Elizabeth C. 180 Bush, Gillian N. 101, 104, 112. 180, 184 Byers, Blake w. 80, 180, 72 C Caldwell, Shane E. Calhoun, Geoffrey H. 105, 106, 180 Call, Michael T. Call, Sean P. Cameron, Demetrlce L. 180 Cannon, Todd A. 180, 68 Capkovitz, Jeannine Nicole 180 Carand, Anthony 40, 41, 85, 180, 42, 70 Carrlllo, Vlctor M. 40 Caner, Kristy A. Casey, Matthew l-l. 180 Causey, Dawn D. 95, 180 Chadwick, Kymberli E. 104, 158, 180, 185, 186, 188, 65, 44, 94 Chandler, Margaret A. Mandy 180 Chavous, Janet E. 193 Chilton, Mary M. 101, 105, 104, 178, 180 Chol, Kwang 101, 180 Chong, Heejln 180 Clardy, Carrle L. 92 Clark, Susan J. 92 Colantuno, Brian D. Colllns, Rlchard Mike 85, 180 Connerly, Dasha M. 180 Connors, Charles E. Copeland, Amanda 104, 118, 124, 181 Covington, Mark A. Coyle, Cyndee M. Creech, Christopher T. Crenchaw, Chris C. 14, 18, 184 Cooper, Kimberly Cronin, Stephanie Y. 54, 180 D Davies, Hope M. 75, 95, 101, 104, 118, 151, 181 Davis, Cameron W. 74, 101, 106, 121, 178. 181 Davis, Louie Mike 180 Davis, Roger H. Day, Shannon M. 178, 181, 44, 65 Deaton, Shannon M. 52, 181, 61 Debardelaben, Tracy R. 181 Debardeleben, Alsle J. 105, 181 DeOlacomo. Dawn DePaSS, Llllia 181 Demastus, Jennlfer Kate 181 Dlckey, Timothy P. 181, 70 Diebold, Paul A. 40. 47, 70 Dlxon, James E. 181, 72 Dobbs, Sandy M. 181, 182 Donnell, David L. 181 Donovan. Kimberly A. 95, 101, 181 Dowdy, Tina J. Doumlng, Glyn M. 124, 194 Dunbar, Dayna A. 97, 101, 121, 178, 182 Dye, James E. E Earl, Jennifer S. 85, 101. 105, 104, 182, 181, 184, 187, 61 Eckles, Andrea C. Effel, Lisa Cherree 149, 182, 65 Elliott, Allesha S. 182 Elliott, Colleen Y. 101 Ercin, Elizabeth S. 182 Erling, Elizabeth J. 104, 107, 182 Eubanks, Holly E. 104, 125, 182 Evans, Jennifer J. 182 Evans, Jonathan M. 101, 182 F Faraj, Shereen M. 101, 182, 185 Farris, Susan M. 188 Farris, Tammy L. Ferguson, Kimberly A. 182 Ferranti, Karen A. Ferranti, Linda 182 Fields, Wendy Kim 182 Finger, James L. 182 Flathmann, John P. 182 Floyd, Scott D. 182 Forbes, Teddy W. Chip 185 Fomasar, Dana M. 48, 105, 185, 65, 68 Fortnam, Erlc Dlo 195 Fortnam, Scot C. Franklin, Jesse R. Franze, Sarah E. Betsy 96, 101, 105, 104, 185, 94 Fullerton, Denise M. G Gadson, Corey E. Gallagher, Brenda O. 80, 101, 104, 185 Gan'is, Mark B. Gary. Michael A. 185 Gaskill, Jenry J. Gibson, Jason O. Gilkey, Symlca R. 75, 185, 58, 61 Gipe, Janese N. 105, 185 Glover, Vontrelle B. Gray, Crystal Y. 135 Green, Kevin M. Greiner, Kai N. 40, 47, 185 Grimmett, Kimberly K. 105, 159, 108, 185 186, 188, 44, 64, 65, 94 Guffey, Johnny M. 185 Gunn, Allen W. 195 Gunn, Timmy E. Gurley, Shannon P. 104, 185, 185. 94 Hansll, Richard W. 105, 185 Harris, Sandra G. 195 Hawkins, Jason M. 183 Hawkins, Kevin L. Hawley, Stephanie Y. 185 Hayward, Kevin R. 101, 105, 185 Hefner, Brian Todd 185 Heidt, James H. 101, 105, 185 Hendry, Laura E. 185 Henley, Stephanie N. 185, 58 Herrig, Tara L. 101, 104, 106, 121, 125, 178 184 rlickes, Cassandra M. 184 Hicks, Shirel Hill, Carlos R. 184, 57 Hodges, Erlcca K. 184, 61 Hodges, Joshua C. Hodges, Robert Wade 184 Holland, Sandi M. 22, 184 Holt, Suzanne R. 116, 125, 184, 94 Hopkins, Tiffany D. 5, 12, 85, 184 Houck, James W. 184 Hunt, Richard C. Hunter, Holly L. 101, 104, 107 Hurt, Paul J. Hyde, Kristen N. 97, 104, 184 I ltani, David M. 184 J Jackson, Astrid A. 184 Jackson, Rhonda J. 86, 184 Jacoby, Glnger R. 184 Janssen, Christopher 0. 68 Jersawltz, Mellssa 85, 101, 104. 187, 94 Johnson, Douglas L. Johnson, Hansel R. 185, 95, 70 Johnson, Stephen L. 185 Jones, Cllsaundra S. 185 178, 184, Conoly Yang. Deborah s. Jones, Howard C. 185 Jones, Johnny B. Jordan, Cralg A. 104, 106, 185, 114 Kameoka, Mlzuho 101, 118, 121, 185 Kellem, Melissa kelley, Nancy R. Keown, Adrlenne L. 185 Kerr. Jason G. Klng, Gregory S. 185 Klng, Matthew J. 52, 76. 185, 114 Kitchens, Shelly M. 85, 97, 101, 121. 185 Kltzmlller, Samantha 185 Knox, Chrlstlne C. 101. 105, 104, 178, 185, 94 L Lacy, Melissa K. 185 Lance, Chris V. 104, 185 Langston, Mlchael Kevln 151 Large, Erlc D. Lee, Jae Y. Lee, Tnxlesa L. Lemlng, Stacey N. 101, 105, 106, 121, 185 Lemnon Jr., Robert T. 80, 185, 70 Lewellyn, Tondlo Lolsel, Pamela A. 86. 185, 185 Loura, Dawn L. 185 Love, Samuel G. 185 Lysaght, Felecla Shawn 48, 186, 65 Macann, Jennle L. 186 Maddox, Peterla L. 186 Majewskl, Ryan C. 54, 80. 186, 60 Maples, George Erlc 106, 186, 60 Marosy, Chrlstopher B. 80, 186 Marrero, Alejandro I'. 10, 186 Matthews, Davld Tlm 186 May, Wllllam M. 47, 186 Marty, Sorgallm G. Mason, Vlctorla L. Massey, Davld D. Matthews. Santosha M. Mcbroom, Ann M. McCue, Nlcole D. Mcllllgott, Kathleen 106 Mekay, Manln R. 186 McKlnney, Angellm R. 186 Meadows, Stefanle R. 116, 186 Mlddlebrooks, Charles A. 47 Mlllender, Denltra M. Mlller, Brlan D. Mlller, Randall S. 186 Mlller, Tracey A. 97, 101, 105, 116, 121. 186 Mlnton, Aaron J. 106, 114 Mlscevlch, Shan L. 86, 87. 88. 105, 141, 186 Moorhead, Chadwlck H. 186 Morton, Katherlne Krlstl 186 Moses, Carlos F. Mulfuletto, Gregory G. 80, 187 Myers, Jason P. Nadason, Mercerdes E. 97, 187 Nagpal, Sweeta 101, 118, 119. 121, 187, 122 mana. An-nee L. Heal, Prlscllla L. Helthercut, Matthew L. 74, 187, 179 mon, cnnarapner 5. 187 0 onver. Terry Lamar 187 Ovosen, Marc L. 74. 187 P , Palmer, Rlchard E. 106 Paradlse, Kelly S. Pardee, Jonathan P. 60 Parker. Jason R. Pel, Yak Anna 187 Peterson, Laura M. 101, 104, 107, 187 Phllllps, Gregory A. Phllllps, James S. 187 Phompatha, Senghoung S. Plerce. Thomas A. Powell, Andrew R. 187 Ramos, Aldo R. 187 Randall, Monlque L. Rankln, Albert Matt 187 Rawls, Matthew W. 187 Redmore. Ewan J. Reuangphimpha, Sengvilay Rlchards, Denlse W. Riley, Jennifer 104, 178, 187 Rlley, Xlomara M. Robblns, Craig D. 188 Roberson, Julee E. 86, 87, 188 Roberts, Krlsta E. 105, 188 Robertson, James G. 40, 47, 188, 46, 70 Rowell. Daryle T. 188 Rowell, Wllllam R. 104, 188 Rowland Jr., John R. Royce, Anglqule G. S Sasso, Debra S. 85, 105, 104, 107, 121, 72 Saunders, Camell 188 Schade, Jana A. 48, 92, 105, 178, 188, 94 Schlelds, Melanle A. Schnelder, Amy L. 101, 188 SChultheSS, borl L. 105, 106, 118, 121, 188 Sclgllano, Paul E. Scott, John w. Seeley, Wendy W. Selby, Nancy G. Slms Jr., James E. Rogers, Jason Seymour, Brlan L. 80 Shah, Tanvl N. shlpp, Alecla M. Shonkwller, Erlca Slmmons, Randy S. 56, 57 Slngleton, Brlan S. 101, 106, 188, 114 Skeene, Kevln Slocum, John Shane 81, 188 Smlth, Brandon D. Smlth, Matthew D. 80, 97, 105, 104, 178, 188, 94 Smlth, Matthew P. 97, 105, 104, 178, 188, ,188 94 Smlth, Tlmothy D. Starblrd, Loretta J. 188 Stevens, Kellta N. 188 Stokes, Jeff Sutton, Angela A. Swaln, James S. T Taylor, Georglna L. Tharp, Heather L. Thompson, Valerle R. 80, 188, 61 Tomllnsoln. Laura L. 188 Trelguts, Vlctor E. Tucker, Pamela Deedee 97, 101, 104, 178, 185 U Underwood, Karen Y. 126, 188 Upchurch, Jennlfer L. 188 Upchurch, Leigh A. 105, 116, 188 V Van Ells, Teresa F. 97, 101, 104, 178, 185 Vanalmen, Pamela C. Velt, Robert Ventura, Ann C. 189, 95 Vlllafane, Rafael Vlllorla, Myles M. 74 Vlnlng, Bryan A. 189 Vlrts, Mlchael 0. Vlvanco. Vlrglnla M. 189 Wada, Ted S. 101, 189 Vergnaud, Angelique M. 189 Wade, Mlke L. Wade, Stacey E. Walden, Jeanne R. Walker, Klmberly r. Ward, Mathew B. 92, 104 Ward, Tlmothy P. Waters, Gene A. 189 West, Tammy L. 80, 58 Whatley, Edwln Gabriel 40 46, 47 Wheeler, Bradley K. 189 Whlte, Chrlstopher L. 40, 189, 72 whlte, Corey A. , 41, 47, 85, 189, Whlte, Kasha Whlte lll, Lonnle J. 47, 74, 189, 47, 58 Whltehead, Valerle N. 189 Wlgglns, Jennlfer L. 101. 104, 107, 112, 189, 72 Wllhelm, Andrea D. Wllllams, Jlmmy J. Wilson, Michael Dwayne 12, 84, 189, 181 Wilson, Robert M. 47, 85, 118, 119 Wilson, Trevls M. Wlndsor. Alllson L. 189 wlnfrey, Kofi J. 189 Womack, James Scott 80, 189 Woods, Joseph Kevln 80, 189, 68 Wrlght. Paul G. Wright, Wllllam Jason 101, 189 Wynn, Edwln J. 189 X Xiong, Manase 106, 189 Xlong, Touxu Y UNIGRS A Adams, Alllson L. 92, 97. 99, 104, 105, 118. 119, 120, 141, 191 Almond, Eric R. 104, 106, 114 Almond, Lorenzo A. 56, 51 Amundsen, Alnsley 94, 85, 99. 101, 104, 107, 109, 140, 191 Anglln, Joseph M. Anthony, Jesse L. Asble, Montra L. 116 Asklns, John A. Attrldge, Carolyn 191, 201 Autry, Edward T. 85, 191, 56 Austln, Germalne Balley. Jeffrey H. 191 Baker, Natasha L. 104 Barld, Rlchard S. 95, 104, 118, 119, 151, 190, 191, 201 Baron, Cynthia A. 106, 191 Barth, Richard J. 6, 74, 191 Beasley, Susan A. Mandy Bedell, Ware 14, 80, 49, 101, 104. 118, 119, 190, 191 Behan, Danlel P. 91, 102, 105 Bell, Krlstlne L. 15, 97, 191, 94 Benjamln, Judy L. 2, 191 Benjamln, Shannon R. 191, 195 Berhold, Kerrl M. 191 Blstrack, Aaron-I G. 191 Blxler, Kevln M. 40, 74, 191, 42, 68 Blanton, Brlan T. 191 Blazer, Scott J. Bloodworth, Tracy L. 92, 95, 97, 191 Boller, Edwln B. 191 Bonln, Yvonne Marla 105, 191 Bowen, Larry E. 54, 102, 105, 104, 191, 94 Boyanton, John C. 76, 105, 191, 94 Brannan, Chrlstopher D. 191 Brelsford, Joel L. 81, 194 Brltt, Christy L. 192 Brock, Mlchael J. 40, 192 Brown, William R. 104. 118, 192 Bruce, Kathy A. 192 Bmnson, Kathryn E. 80, 192, 58 Buchanan, Brant H. 40, 191 Buchanan, James Mark 54, 97, 104, 192 Burlington, Mark A. 40, 85, 146, 190, 194. 40 Burke, Kathleen F. 85, 92, 95, 118, 192 Buschman, Mlchael T. Busher, Larry M. 192 Butkovlch, Bradley J. 192 Butler, Scott A. 54. 85, 104, 192, 56, 57, 194 Buxton, Wllllam T. 191 C Caldwell, Stefanie D. 95, 98, 191 Caldwell, Wendy R. 192 Cannon, Christy S. 97, 105, 192 Cannon, John A. 106 Canup Jr., Jack Lee 82, 195, 57 Cape, Valerie Mlchelle 101, 105, 192 Carder. Reglna M. 192 Carlson, Kurt B. Carswell, Robert W. 54, 80. 192, 198 Cavender, Mlchael Davld 40, 82, 195 Cha, Jae H. 101, 104, 106, 120, 114 Chambers, Bobble J. Chan, Connle S. Chandler, Kevln L. 195 Chapman, Christopher E. Chlnlk, Pamela L. 105, 106, 118, 119, 195 Chrlstlan, Gary Alan 195 Chun, sang B. 195 Clark, Llsa A. 54, 104, 105, 195. 94 Clay, James A. 54, 195 Coleman, Jeffrey L. 195 Colllns, Klmbelry G. 97. 190, 195 Colson 52,52 Brenton T. 40, 43. 85, 145, 195, Ellzabeth Susle 195 Brlan K. Coman, Combs, . Susan C. 124, 207, 215 corkery. Mark s. 40, 193 Covington, Cralg Creasy Paul R. 99, 101, 118, 195 Crouch, Elizabeth 195, 195 Crowe, Dudley A, 14, 195 Crowe, Mlchael J. 40, 74, 193 Carver, Chrlsty D Dandy, Lisa B. 124 Danford. Casey B. Davls, Charles E. Chuck 140. 195, 68 Davis, Rlchard 195 Davls. Tracy L. Deaton, Jennifer C. 78, 92, 96, 97, 99 101, 102, 118, 119, 150, 151, 190, 195 Deer, Susan D. 195 Dell, Dallas Pat 195 Dennls, Brlan S. 195 Deveau, Scott J. 195 Dlckerson, Jerry Wayne 193 Dlgancl, Wllllam J. 92. 96, 97, 151, 195 Dill, Stacy L. 194 Dlxon. Hldsl Dixon. Stacey A. 194, 55 Dollar Jr., Albert W. 157, 190, 194 Dowd, Brlan D. 92, 151, 190, 194. 26 Drury, Davld rr. 54. 194 Dueltt, Kimberly L. 194 Duffey, Thomas L. Dufl'ey, Thomas L. 194 Dyer, Jon C. 194 E Easterling, Karlee J, 194 Ellsworth, Taml D. 92, 104. 116, 194 . Engel, Thomas J. 85, 56, 57 Enlx, Donna L. 194 Eppes, Curtls I' Faulkner, Kyle H. 194 Feld, Brlan W. 76. 194, 94 Flnger, Stephen Dwayne Flsher, Dustin H. Flurschutz, Terrl T. 99, 105, 124, 194 Fontenot, Makeba N. 194 Foster. Shane E. 194 Fowler, Martha 194 Fowler. Rebecca L. 92, 118. 119 Fowler, Stephnle J. 92, 118, 119, 26 Franchell IV, Emest R. 194, 57 Freeman, Rachel Renee 105, 107, 147, 194 Funderburk, Evaden L. 75, 104, 194. 199. 74, 65, 94 0 oaady. wenaolyn R. 44 Galllard, Wllllam E. Galney, Gregory A. 194 Oates, Leslle L. 195 Clehrmann, Jennlfer L. 195 Gels, Trlcla M. 195 Gibbons, Anthony C. 147, 195 Cllbbs, Susan J. 98, 99, 195 Glosson ll. Rlchard L. 195 Gordon. Betsy G. 92. 95 Granade, Jeremy B. 105. 118, 119, 195, 94, 122 oray, Aprll H. 195 Grayson, Crystal A. 194, 195 Oreve, Rlchard D. 74, 195 Orlflln, Steven A. 222 Guard. Vrlan Guess, Cassandra E. 92, 96. 97. 99, 101, 102, 145 Gulllson, Mlchelle L. 195 I1 Hagan, Allson R. 222 259 Hall, Heather Y. 195 Hampton, James R. 195 Hardeman, Kevln R. 195 Harrison, Melanie E. 97, 195 Harrlson, Robert I. 195 Han'lson, Scott B. 104, 118, 119, 190, 195 Hanrlson, Susan L. 104, 195 Hart, Jennifer L. 195 Hartman, Brent A. 80, 195 Hawkins, Mark A. 195 Hays, Dawn M. 92 Head, Dlanne E. 195 Helmllch, Reed N. 195 Henson, Jeremy B. 196 Hlll, Laghana R. 24 Hlll, Mellssa A. 92, 99, 101, 95 Hlnze, Leanne C. Hlpollto, Ana C. Hlxson, Joshua M. 196 Hoffman, Katherlne A. 78, 196 Hipollto, Patrlcla Guard, Vrlan Hollowell, Brlan M. 88, 196, 68 Hooper, Jennlfer L. 116, 196 Hough, Troy A. Housley, Janna B. 124 How, Michelle Y. 196 Howard, Benjamln Todd 196 Huegle, Christopher J. 92 Human, Thomas Danny 13, 196 Hunter, Joseph Dave 116, 196 lnouye, Kevin B. Ivy, Lara E. J James, Donald F. 224 Jannakos, Nicole S. Jarvis, Leon D. 54, 80, 196 Johnson, Billy E. 124, 224 Johnson, Comell Johnson, Sandra 196, 95 Johnson, Tasha D. 196 Johnson, Thomas Brent 6, 40, 74, 196 Jones, Christopher L. 196 Jones, Karen M. 92, 96, 97, 125, 196 Jones, Mlcheal N. 40, 146, 196 Jones, Sarah D. Joy. Frederlck H. 118, 119, 190, 196, 94 Jurick. Kimberly D. 201 K Kelley, Kimberly A. Kelly, Jennifer A. 196 Kennedy, Anne E. 190, 196 Klndall, Dameon C. Klng, Jason C. 195, 196, 114 Klttredge, Patrlck J. 196 Kjaer, Ulf C. Kleld, Edward W. 74 Koltai, Karlna 196, 200 L Lafoy, Travls Bett 72 Lake. Fellx M. Lamar, Jennlfer C. 197 Lamb, Michael J. 197, 72 Lance, Carol Jo Ann 104, 197 Laurino, Dana C. 92, 118, 119, 151 Lay. Sean L. 197 Lefever, Stacey L. 104. 118, 119, 190, 197 Lesperance, Nancy C. 197 Levene, Camille A. 104, 149, 197 Lewls, Heather M. 104, 191, 197 Lewls, William M. 197 Lln, John S. 84, 85, 118, 119, 120, 197, 122 Little, El'ln S. 190, 197, 94 Llttle, Vance W. 197 Lombard, Tamberly M. 197 Lopez, Rene A. 197 Lott, Reginald w. Lux, Davld M. 106, 114 Lysaught, Lynne T. 80, 94, 104, 190, 195, 197, 65 Llttle, Todd M Madden Timothy E Maddox, Edwin L. Bubba 198 Malone, Timothy C. 40, 105, 1 , 68 Mamary, Arthur Cr. 106, 114 Marzullo, Paul C. 25, 208 Mason, Vickle E. 198 Maughon, Stacle 107, 108, 197 May, Mary 0. 197, 72 McEachln, Joseph A. 92, 93, 97, 102, 151, 190, 26, 27, 197 Machaby, Scott F. 68 98 260 l McFarlin, Lorrlane M. 106, 197 Mcllrath Jr., Scott R. 105, 140, 190, 197, 95 McLean, Mary I.. 116, 197 Meas, Sokchoe Mehta, Purva M. 96, 105, 118, 141, 197 Melson, Tiffany D. 124 Meyer, Randall E. 76, 198 Meyers, Jeffrey S. 197 Miller, Mame E. 116, 197 Miscevlch, Kathleen R. 105, 197 Monday, Jason E. 40, 76, 198 McCarty, Stacey E. 9114 Monzon, Belkys 198 Moomaw, Barry K. 80, 106, 107, 111, 141 Morrison, Christopher A. 40, 198 Mothershed, James B. Muhaw, Kevln C. 198 Murray, Erln S. 14, 38, 92, 93, 97, 99, 101, 105, 118, 119, 120, 130, 141, 151, 190, 198, 200, 122 N Nagpal, Ruby K. 38, 99, 100, 118, 119, 122 Nasir, Wahida Natal, Sarahi Nelson, Brlan E. 198 Nelson, Shawn K. Newcomb, Julle S. 187 Nguyen, Hlen T. Nguyen, Ly U. 101, 198 Nichols, Mlchelle D. 230 Nlelson, Angela M. 198 Norns, Brad A. 198 Notter, Lindsey D. 195, 198 Novak, Krlsta L. 93, 147, 198 0 O'Brien, Aaron S. Orr, Brien T. 40, 41, 83, 102, 146, 197, 199, 42 Oubre, John M. 199 P Palmertree, Wendy M. 104, 106, 94 Pantana, Shelly D. 92, 199 Papp, Lisa M. as, 199 Parls, Alonzo D. Park, Ruth 104, 118, 119, 199 Parker, Justln M. 105, 106, 196, 199 Patel, Nirav M. Payne, Lakechia C. Pendley, Robert S. Permenter, Lattrell C. Peterson, Robert Q. 54, 100, 199 Phllllps, Michelle E. 101, 190, 199, 240 Phllllps, Trace A. 199, 202, 68 Plerce, Krlstin M. 101, 104, 106, 199, 94 ritz, Gregory T. 84, 191, 199 Plato, Mlchael L. 199 Polentz, Kirsten M. 26, 92, 96, 97, 101, 150, 151, 190, 199 Pope, Mark J. 199 Portalatln, Rafael A. 54, 106, 199, 94, 114 Porter, Julle L. 80, 199, 58, 94 Porter, Scott A. 199 Pratt, Revln W. 199 Puskar, Stephanie M. R Ratl, Nasslr S. Ray, Julle A. 75, 104, 199, 44, 65, 94 Ray, Susan Coley 2, 98, 199 Redmore, Piers J. Reed, Klmbelry L. 106, 146, 199, 72 Relnhardt, Thomas A. 199 Reynolds, Jonathan M. 38, 104, 191, 122 Richards, Ellzabeth L. 199 Rlchards, Willlam Scott 199 Rlchle, Gregory W. 106, 199, 114 Robertson, Crlstlne L. 197, 199, 44, 65 94 Robinson, Terrl Katie 200 Rogers, John F. 13, zoo Roszelle, Clint R. Ragsdale, Cannen Roseland, Shawn M. 147, 200 Ross, Jacob F. 96, 97, 101, 197 Ross, Klrk M. Ruggiero, Tammy J. 86, 87, 200 Russell lll, William C. Ryan, David C. S Salisbury, Stephanie S. 11, 92, 200, 202 Sammons, Shelby L. 126, 200 Sasso, Lynda A. 85, 102, 107, 108, 38, 200, 72 Schuck, Jennlfer L. 6, 200, 58, 59 Schwefler, Dustln C. 200 Schwlndler, Robert M. 200 Scordlno, Jeffrey 33 Seals, Bryant B. 101, 105, 120, 200 Sesco, Shannon L. 101, 138, 140, 200, 65 Sessions, Michelle K. 93, 200 Sharma, Rajesh K. snaw, Mary A. 200 Sheldon, Cindy 65, 96, 97, 101, 190, 191, 200, 64 Shlvers, Paul A. Simpson, Wendell Scott 40 Sloan, Kristy N. 124, 200 Smith, Alisa D. 106, 200 Smlth, Krlstopher Brad 200 Smith, Marla Y. 104, 200, 201 Smlth, Matthew J. 105, 116, 201, 94, 122 Smlth, Rachel C. 92, 201 Smlth, Sara D. 96, 97, 101, 107, 140, 201 Smith, Sidney J. 235 Smlth, Todd R. 54, 80, 201 smith, 'rony T. Sneed, Stephanie L. 20, 96, 97, 99, 101, 105, 107, 110, 118, 119, 120, 146, 190 Sobczak, Francis J. 83, 201, 57 Spalding, Maurl L. Sponsel, Paula M. 86 Shoemaker, Tracy Santhufti Steve D. Spurllng, Julia A. 125, 126, 201 Stancil, Mark A. 201, 68 Stancil, Matthew T. 201 Stephens, Jeffrey S. 201 Stewart, Danon J. 201 Stewart, David C. Stlne, Zon R. 40, 102, 201 Stone, Mlchelle L. 201 Strain, Jeffrey D. Summers, Mlchael T. 57 Sutton Jr., Henry O. Swanson, Piper L. 201 T Taylor, Antoine B. 105, 201 Taylor, Paul W. 74 Terry, Chad E. 8,26 Thigpen, Julie M. 201 Thomas, Juanetta C. 201, 58 Thomas, Kristy Thomason, Shelly O. 116, 201 Thompson, Curtis P. 195, 201, 94, 72 Thomton, Paige M. 201 Tlngle, Trlna 20, 94 Turkel, Lance S. Tuten, Ashley M. 85, 201 U Udeshi, Jaydee 191, 201 Ulyat, Chrlstlne S. 116, 201 V Velazco, Oeotfrey A. 104, 119, 201, 95 Vonkutzleben, Troy M. 118, 119, 202 Wada, Roy S. 54, 74, 101, 118, 119, 120, 202 Walston, Lora R. 194, 202 Ward, April S. 193, 202, 94 Wannamaker, Cynthia E. 2, 208, 237 Wasson, Derek O. 202 Watford, Davld L. 54, 80, 131, 193 Watson, Oary Ronnie 106, 202, 114 Weaver, Davld L. Wechsberg, Mary C. 202, 58, 115 Welss, Lee Ann 202 Wells, Kacey N. 74, 202, 57 Wells, Mlchael H. Wert, Chrlstopher T. 40, 202 Whatley, Stacey D. 202 Whltcomb, Amy L. 116, 117, 202 White, Trent E. 202 wnlung, John c. ao, 202 Whlttle, Ronald L. wney, Lisa o. 104, 202, 94 Wilhelm, Heldl L. 104 Wllllams, Regina C. 202 Williams, Wayne L. 101, 118, 119, 121, 125, 202 Wlllls, Tallah Q, 52, 202, 94 Wllson, Mlke Wilson lV, Robert C. 106, 118, 119, 120, 202 wilson, Raymon E. 130, 202 Wlnn, Stephen C. Withers, Samra C. 202 Womack, Lorl C. 202 Worthington, Danlel E. 124, 202 Wrlght, Michael A. Wu, Chrlstlne 104, 202 X Xayasane, Sieng R. 202 Xiong, Mose Y Yarbrough, Kenneth H. 202 Young, Stacey D. 202, 94 SENIORS A Abbot, Christopher E. 206, 210 Abney, Mlchael A. 91, 100, 101, 206, 210 Acker, Stephanie Paige 7, 134, 138, 206, 210, 213, 239, 248 Adams, Kimberly D. 6, 207, 210 Alexander, Marc A. 76, 100, 206, 210, 239, 254 Anderson, Chrlstine M. 208, 210 Anderson, vemon R. 107 Armstrong, Lorentz 106, 205, 210, 250, 114 Atchlson, Jean Denlse 124, 210 Attrldge, Jeannette 137, 210 Attrldge, Paul F. 124, 211 Austln, Tamara S. 144, 102, 103, 206, 211, 228, 249, 44, 45 Ayer, Cameron A. 3, 100, 101, 105, 208, 211, 72, 122, 241 Baham, Randy A. 124, 210 Balley, Michael B. 74. 210 Baldwin, John H. 204, 210 Ball, Timothy A. Bamey, Rebecca L. 206, 210 Barry, Wlllaim D. 101, 210, 251 Bates, Edward Mlchael 207, 210 Bell, Cyril F. Russ 14, 84, 118, 119, 211 Bennett, Jean A. 97, 205, 210 Bemy, David O. 40, 102, 103, 128, 146, 208 211, 225 Bertelson, Michael A. 124, 211 Bishop, Wade R. 128, 212 Bivens, Donald H. 92, 151 Battle, Cllff 210 Blankenship, Stacy L. 208, 212 Bockman, Rebecca T. 211 Bogumill, Dennls B. 11, 40, 41, 146, 205, 212, 72. 241 Boyett, Christa L. 97, 101, 107, 141, 212 Bracewell, Mark L. 54, 74, 208, 212 Bradford. Steven W. 212 Brennan, Raymond J. 212 Brewer, Tracey L. 98, 107, 204, 212, 239 Brown, Donald Chris 12, 206, 212 Brown, Michelle L, 104, 124, 205, 212 Brownlee, Robert A. 212, 248 Bruce, Elizabeth J. 92, 97, 101, 116, 131, 143, 151, 204, 212 Burnett, Tara N. 208, 212 Bumham, Dean T. 91, 100, 101, 118, 119, 120, 206, 212, 122, 239 Busbee, Roger L. 124, 206, 213 Byers, Blaine C. 208, 213, 251, 12 Byrand, Anne E. 213 C Calhoun, Debra J. 105, 107, 106, 116, 205, 213 Canfield, Rlchard A. 206, 213, 72 Canzonerl, Patrlcia Nicole 78, 101, 213, 239, 32 Capkovitz, Stephen K. 124, 208, 213, 95 Carey, Kimberly A. Camian, Karen L. 100, 101, 107, 110, 118, 119, 208, 213, 239 Carroll, Lor'l L. 97, 100, 101, 107, 124, 131, 205, 213, 239 Carter, Steven D. 204, 214 Carswell Ill, Shedrlck J. Rlcky 29, 54, 55, 241, 204, 214, 101 Castellow, Robert F. 91, 101, 105, 120, 124, 205, 214 Chan, Lit T. Chandler, Christopher R. 3, 204, 214 Cheatwood, Marcle M. Chestnut, Robert D. 214 Choates, Meco B. 214, 57 Choe, Hyunml Jennlfer 101, 107, 118, 119, 207, 214 Clark, Chadwlck L. 82, 206, 214 Clark, Clary L. 214 Collins, Alan C. 3, 40, 124, 206, 214, 239, 252 Collins, Andrea C. 124, 214 Colllns, Stacey R. 78, 101, 102, 33, 214, 254, 259 Conley, Erlc C, 40, 82, 214, 240 Conlln, Tracy J. Cook, Carl L. 2, 40, 215 Copplnger. Todd R. 215 Corkery, Chrlstopher C. 40, 45, 128, 146. 215, 225, 42 Cralg, Danny D. 215 copey, Larry n. Cowles, Jennlfer L. 100, 101, 204, 215, 44 Coyl, Chrlsty A. 106, 107, 206 Crane, Klmberly A. 124, 215, 259 Crehan, Mlke 215 Crlscoe, Marshall D. 207, 215 Cronln, Joseph A. 14, 54, 55, 74, 208, 218, 72 Currlt, Gary A. 82, 96, 152, 146, 206. 218, 228 Curtis, Shahna L. 116, 206, 215 Davls, Amelia C. 78, 98, 207, 218 Davls, Danlelle C. 20, 207, 218 Davls lll, Thomas F. 40, 76, 207, 218 Davls, Joanna S. 102, 105, 208, 259, 215, 225 Davls, Kathryn E. 218, 255 Day, John Gary 124, 218, 255 De Rock, Tara E. 96, 97, 98, 101, 102, 105, 118, 119, 140, 147, 59, 207, 219 Deason, Kenneth A. 40, 41, 205, 218, 57 Deaver, Jennlfer E.29, 91, 92, 96, 97, 100. 101, 105, 147, 151, 206, 219 Delekto, Joseph M. 54, 55, 118, 119, 205, 219. Dlckerson, Wllllam rl. 219 Dobbs, Cassandra L. 125, 219, 240, 58 Dorsett, Rebecca L. 208, 219 Dotson, Llsa Y. 154, 159, 219 Doxey, Joanna R. 124, 206, 219 Drake, Darren W. 40, 206, 219 Dukes, Dlane R. 204, 219 Dunbar, Jennlfer D. 96, 97, 100, 101, 206. 219 Dupree, Meussa L. 207 Eastall, Darren, S. 97, 101, 102, 206, 219, 259, 249, 122 Eberhardt, Anthony L. 40, 146, 25, 219, 255 Erlckson, Chrlstl 219 Evans, Geoffrey J. 84, 98, 101, 118, 119, 204, 241, 248 I' Faln, Angela Chrlsty 15, 147, 205 rerber, Mylora J. 204 Ferguson, Leslie J. 97, 100, 101, 125, 205 Ferguson, Tlmothy L. Flelds, Klmberly D. 124 Flscher, Laurle A. 85, 88, 99, 100, 101, 105, 205 l'lsher, Brent E. 251 Flagle, Renee L. 2, 126 Flowers, Jennlfer L. 124, 205, 255 Flowers, Stacle 221 Forsyth, Melanle A. 204, 221, 259 Foster, Nlcole E. 54, 74, 75, 97, 100, 101, 102, 117, 118, 119, 157, 298, 221, 58, 115 Fowler, Rachel A. 207, 221 Prederlck, Chrlstlne M. 124, 156, 158, 159. 205, 221 0 Galeckl, Llsa A. 206, 221 Garrett, James W. 221 Galloway, Scott 221 Oehrnan, Russell W. 221 Gelger, Lrslle A. 208, 221 Geyer, Rlck 240 Glbbons, Mlke A. 221 Glllesple, James D. 81, 221 Gllreath, Mark A. 40, 41, 82, 146, 208, 221, 42 Glnn, K. Stacle 2, 98, 101, 102, 105, 128, 146, 147, 259 205, 221, 225, 44, 45 Glasse, Nadlne C. 91, 118, 119, 204, 221 Glenn, Marquls Glover, Mellnda A. 205, 221 Gojdlcs, Bradley J. 124, 222 Gorla, Shane D. 222 Graham, Slkena 222 Gray, Pamela J. 222 Orelner, Kathryn C. 158, 159, 208, 222, 55 Grlflln, Brent K. 208, 222, 122 Gr'll'I'ln, Charles Dan 98, 99, 206, 222 rr rramby, Wendy L. 102, 105, 204.222, 250, 58, 59 l1ammett,Jay A. 7 Hampton, Donte A. Hardeman Jr., Royce E. Hardlgree, John W. 54, 76, 102, 206, 222, 259, 122 Harrlngton, Danlelle M. 55, 124, 206, 222, 122 Harrls, Melissa A. 124, 204, 222 Harrlson, Davld R. 222 Haynle, Brandon T. 207, 209, 222 Hunt, Stacey N. Helns, Allcla M. 206, 225, 259 Helms, Karen J. 6, 107, 125, 204, 225, 259. 248 Hendrlx, Phlllp R. 124, 225 Hewatt, Carmen D. 207, 225 Hlckes, Natalie E. 15, 85, 124, 204, 225, 250 Hlll, Debra J. 101, 105, 205, 225, 259, 248 Hlll, Wendy R. 95 Hlnson, Theresa M. 124, 204, 225 Hlnton IV, John 5, 100, 101, 207, 225, 122 Holbrook, Paul A. 124, 225 Holland, Sean P. 225 Holt, Donald E. 124, 224 Home, Jennlfer D. 126, 224 Howard, Sherl L. 116, 207, 224, 58 Howell, Laura D. 96, 98, 105, 207, 224, 249 Hulf, Tlmothy M. 224 Hughey, Karen D. 207, 224 Hunt, Chrls 224 Huntington, Stephanie L. rruppuch, Marla N. 116, 207, 224 Hurst, Llsa A. 224 J Jarvls, Renee M. 206, 224 Johnson, Danski L. 6, 124, 224 Johnson, Henry 0. 224 Johnson IV, Dewey L. 207, 224, 225 Johnson, Joseph Cl. 225 Johnson, Ronald C. 40, 205 Johnson, Sessalle D. 125, 208 Johnson, Stephanie A. 124, 205, 225, 250 James, Mlke Johnston, Brlan D. 116, 225 Jordan, Andrew B. 90, 91, 92, 97, 100, 101, 104, 225, 206, 255 K Kelnat, Jason A. 225 Kennedy, Rebecca E. 207, 225 Kennedy, Sarah K. 207, 225 Klm, John H. 225 King, Samuel A. 76, 77, 208, 209, 225 Knlght, Klmberly G. 2, 157, 206, 226 Kolln, Marvln T. 124, 204, 226, 250 Koltal, Ivan 76. 105, 147, 204, 226, 248 Kurtz, Karen L. 12, 204, 226, 58 L Lampen, Tlmothy W. 54, 55, 74, 206, 226 Lancaster, Cynthla A. 226 Landers, Jacob H. 226 Langford, Mlchael S. 40, 41, 124, 128, 226 Ledee, Chrlstlne L. 107, 207, 226, 114 besperance, Jean P. 207, 227 Lewls, Chrlstopher J. 7, 40, 215, 227 Lln, Ho N. 58, 84, 91, 100, 101, 102, 118, 119, 204, 221, 227, 122 Llpham, Matthew G. 207, 227, 254 Llttle, Chrlstlne D. 205, 227, 254 Lomba, John D. Long Jr., Rlcky L. 40, 208, 227, 68 Lowen, Jackle 207 Lowndes, Patrlcla Ann 204, 227 Lucas, Shawn P. 81, 88, 227 Lynn, Stuart L. 205, 227, 52 M Mabry, Jennifer L. 206, 227 Magnuson, Julla E. 98, 129, 208, 227, 241 Majewskl, Tara M. 52, 206, 227 Mangan, Kelly A. 97, 100, 101, 107, 112, 206, 218, 259, 52, 55, 227 Mann, Jeffery Scott 24, 227 Marbut, Jennlfer Leslie 11, 124, 205. 227, 259 Marcum, Mark A. 14, 100, 101, 124, 147, 251, 226, 227, 152 Mathews, Llsa L. 105, 257, 228 Maxwell, Angela E. 21, 208, 228 McArthur, Klmberly R. 228 McCorrnlck, Duane R. McCrary, lrlc S. 124, 228 McCravy, Laura M. 207, 228 Mcnrllgott, Mary L. 206, 268 McGhee, Scott A. 76, 149, 204, 288 McGulnness, Janet 96, 97, 98, 99, 117, 124, 206, 288 McRae, Melanle B. 92, 96, 97, 98, 205, 228. 255 Melton, Jennifer L. 91, 126, 204, 229, 251 Merck, Bryan K. 229, 114 Messlck, Rosemarle 92, 125, 207, 229 Mules, 'reny o. 229 Mlller, Robert T. 299 Mlnch, Tlmothy W. 299 Mltchell, Troy E. 299 Mlxon, Mark A. 52, 82, 208, 218, 229, 56, 57 Moncrief, Suzanne T. 204, 289 Moomaw, Patrick N. 102, 205, 215. 209, 68 Morrls, Monlca L. 105, 207, 289 Morrow, Mark S. 229 Morton, Kara M. 100, 101, 148, 208, 229 N Naehr, Kathleen J. 98, 100. 101, 145. 205, 206, 299 Nance, Robert F. Naslr, Amanullah 229, 240, 299 Neal, Torrlcellia A. 125, 250 Nesblt, Nonnan F. 124, 206, 250 Newcomb, Mlchael S. 250 Nichols, James L. 206, 250 Noble, Mlchelle J. 78, 91, 97, 100, 101, 102, 105, 150, 156, 159, 146, 259. 207, 250, 249 Norbury, Mary E. 7, 250, 252 Norman, John W. 250 Nowell, Dan'en T. 92, 96, 97, 98, 99, 151, 204, 250, 240, 255, 122 0 0'DonneIl, Danny M. 208, 250, 240 Oloughlin, Mary M. 250 Or-zechowski, Shane J. 250, 240 Ostack, Mlchael C. 207, 250, 241 P PalI0, Todd E. 207, 250 Palmertree, Kenneth E. 250 Pappe, Charles K. 206, 240 Pappe, Robert K. 206, 240 Park, Mlchael A. Patterson, Brett K. 97, 205, 259, 254, 122 Perry, Van Dottle 74, 124, 208 Petty, Cana R. 201 Plato, R. Scott Proctor. 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Suzanna M. 5, 78, 96, 97, 100. 101, 102, 204, 254, 44 sands, Amanda E. 92, 254 Schmitt, James T. 254 Schwefler, Davld H. 82, 124. 146, 204, 254 Sheppard, Mlchelle Diane 254 Slmpson, Richard Todd 254 Slagle, Katrlna L. 58, 96, 101, 118, 119, 206, 255, 254, 26 Smedley, Telsha L. 91, 101, 107, 208, 255, 259 Smlth, Joseph E. 107, 106, 255, 114 Snlder, Pamela J. 92, 95, 151, 207, 250 Sonnen, Erlc J. 255 Splnks, Charles, J 55, 101, 118, 119. 204. 255, 241 Stames, Mlchael A. 255 Stavron, Steven Scott 40, 255. 255 Stevens, Rodger Craig 81, 101, 205, 255 Stlnson, Klmala L. 124, 206, 255 Sanders, Jason 40, 74, 254 Stettas, Gelr 255 Schull, Joe 205, 254 Stoe, Tonya M. 205, 255, 252 Storey, Gary S. 107, 106, 255 Stratton, Mellssa H. 204, 255 Street, Evelyn D. 206, 256 Suchke, Shannon K. 25. 208, 256, 240. 255 Sundemreyer, Jeffery J. 24, 256, 240 T Telgenhoff, Kelth I. 54, 256 Teronde, Scott R. 257, 256 Tharp, Nancy L. 204, 256 Thelsen, Almee B. 78, 129, 146, 205, 254, 259, 249 Thelsen, Allison P. 28, 78. 205, 256, 259, 249 Trall, Paul J. 205, 256, 251 Travelstead, Charles Eddle 40, 146, 204, 255, 256, 254, 42, 68 Tumer, Melissa 204, 256 Tumer, Tlmothy R. 106, 107, 108, 256.122 U Usherwood, Jenny L. 97, 100, 101, 107, 204 256 V Van Tassel, Tracy J. 256 Vltch, Evan 25. 107, 106, 256, 240 Vongsavansack, Bounsong 257 W Waddy, Christopher, A. 124, 257 Wade, Wllllam Chad 205, 257 Wagner, Jeffrey R. 40, 204, 257, 255 Walker, James Brian 124. 205, 257 Walston, Llsa G. 257 Warblngton, Tlna L. 125, 204, 257 Ward, Jennifer D. 205, 257, 255 Watson Ill, Jesse V. 76, 205, 257 Weaver, Jennlfer E. 4, 98, 100, 101, 204, 257, 44, 94 West, Terrle J. 207, 257 Whlte, Madellne L. 96, 98, 105, 206, 257. 248, 95 Wlesslnger, Laura L. 215, 257 Wllkes, Mlchael W. 6, 257, 114 Wlnboume, Andy 40, 258 Wooford, Torlona K. 125. 206, 258 Wohlust, Gretchen L. 5, 141, 144, 258, 251, 44 Woods, Tanya L. 90, 91, 95, 151, 258, 122 Wrlght, Mark K. 125, 208. 258 Wynn, Mellssa A. 7, 116. 117. 208, 258, 115 Wynn Stanley L. 258 Wynne, Cathrlne D. 124, 206. 258, 252 X Xayasane, Vou Bruce 258 Y Yang, Stephen S. 258 261 ACTOR Eddie, Murphy Patnck Swayze Tom Crulse Bruce Wlllls Robin Wllllams MOVIE Dlrty Dancing Raw ACTRESS Molly Rmgwald Whoopl Goldberg Deml Moore Glenn Close Cher TV SHOW Fatal Attraction Good Mornlng Vletnam 1232211 Shqfynw Three Men And A Baby 9 Q BAND Whitesnake Motley Crue INXS MALE SINGER L L Cool J George Mlchael Davld Lee Roth Prmce Steve Perry DRINK Coke Dr lepper Duet Coke Bud Light Fuzzy Navel Growing Pains A Different World SONG Push lt Could ve Been Stlll ofthe Night Pour Some Sugar On M Tlme Of My Llfe FEMALE SINGER Whitney Houston Debbie Gibson Tiffany Janet Jackson Madonna WEEKEND HANGOUT McDonald s Movies Northlake Mall Kicks Parties 2 I I I .b I I I I I I . 1 l I Alf . 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