Thomas Wingate Andrews High School - Reverie Yearbook (High Point, NC)
- Class of 1973
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Always wearing a big smilo, he ncver asks
more of his studunts and atlilutcs than thcir
vary host. l'31:cau5fr of his fantastic: coaching
ability, Andrews has become well known
throughout the state. llc entllusiasticzilly sup-
portf our school and its zictivitimm.
For these reasons and many others, The
Reverie Stall' dedicutes the 1973 Reverie to our
head coach, HOB l5OSWlil,1,.
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Cindy Campbell doc-s her thing in the layered look.
Below - The nautical look modeled by Nlary jo Morris.
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Above - lVlr, Burford returns for the Career Day exercises.
Left - Andrews finalists in the llat Day contest model their lids.
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Coachtrotters vs. Spud
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Above - Curly Neal visits
pal, Herbert Hipps.
Andrews in the person of our princi-
Below - Meadowlark Boswell breaks press.
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Cheerleaders add beauty and charm to the game.
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L Q I 8 Andrews. During this week these clubs gained the
CM f if interest of the student body.
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x Club held an Olympics which involved the Spanish and
Latin Clubs, too. All of them also competed in basket-
,ayf ball. A banquet was held by each club followed by a
program displaying aspects of the language.
Not only was the week interesting and fun, but it
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Right - Spanish Club enlists Lee Foye to gain victory against Latin Club.
Below -A Flea Market makes French Club funds jump.
Below right - Spanish Club members show their table manners.
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LA GU GE WEEK
Right - Senor Angel Nliyures expliea a la
Clase de espanol. Below right - Excitement
overwhelms students at the French Expo.
Senior Gary Ollis compiled a seasonal record of 25-2'1.
He was the conference champion, Smith Invitational
Champion and placed second in the state matches. He also
was named the most valuable wrestler.
David Dozier, also a senior had a seasonal record of 23 wins and two
losses. He was the conference champion, Smith Invitational Champion
and placed second in the sectionals.
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Gregory Davis, a senior, had a seasonal record of 24 wins and three losses. He
was a conference champion, a Smith Invitational Champion and the sectional
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junior David Campbell compiled an impressive 22-2 record to become
our most improved wrestler. I-le was Smith Invitational Champion and
was sectional runner-up after winning the conference championship.
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Reggie Honbarrier received an honorable mention in District -135.
Sammy Durham was honored to be chosen for the District F55 All
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Glenn Betlica was named to the District 33:5 All Conference Team
Lec Foye was selected for All Stale, District 5 Player of the
Year, District P55 All Conference Team, and was also selected for
the liast-West All Star Game.
AA SPRI G SPORTS
A first place finish in the sportsday highlighted the
Cirls Athletic Associationis softball season. Led by Terri
Warren, Wanda Walton and Janice Wiley, the team finish-
ed with an impressive second place conference standing.
ln volleyball competition, Debbie johnson, Mary Lynn
Morris and Val Pinnix put together a winning combination
to record a runnerup finish in the conference. Val Pinnix
proved outstanding again in track. Val set a high jump
record of 47l0'7, a broad jump record of l7'7" and par-
ticipated on the state's second best 880 relay team.
Another member of the 880 relay team was Candy Clark,
who also gained a second in the conferenccis l00 yard
dash. The mile relay team was strong in their third place
state finish as a result of Candyis participation. Relay
teams were great and the 4-Ll-0 relay team was no exception
because of Betty Bambalis. A second place low hurdles
conference finish was another of Betty 's accomplish-
ments. Individuals make up a team and the C.A.A. track
team got it together for a third place performance in both
the conference and state meets. Although the tennis team
advanced no one to the state playoffs, three girls did
enjoy a good season. Susan Craven was outstanding in
singles competition with Sheila lnman and Terri Turner
turning in impressive doubles performances.
At the All-Sports Banquet held at the Sheraton Hotel,
Miss Thomas rewarded hm- Outstanding athletes' Val Softball-Kneeling: Flo Crosby, Wanda Walton, Debbie johnson, Candy Clark, Donna Von-
Pimlix took home most of the trophies being named most cannon, Thelma Clark, Anna Gainey. Standing: Phyllisjohnson, Phyllis Lovette, Regina Ferree,
Bea Brevard, Mary Lynn Morris, Patti Mellis, Val Pinnix, Darlene McCullough.
valuable in track and the most athletic. The Cirlis Athletic
Associationis Service Award went to Calatia Calloway.
Receiving best all round athlete awards were Donna Von-
cannon and Ella Evans. It was the opinion of all that
Candy' Clark receive the most valuable award for her
outstanding participation in so many sports. Perhaps the
most cherished award of all was the sportsmanship
trophy. Debbie Johnson combined her discipline and
courtesy to earn this award.
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Volleyball - Bernie McElrath, Phyllis Lovette, Marie Smith, Delores Wallace, Debbie Jghnson, Candy Clark,
Wanda Walton, Phyllis Johnson, Donna Voncannon, Thelma Clark, Betty Bamhalis, Val Pinnix, Mary Lynn
Morris, Patti Mellis, Flo Crosby, Terri Turner, Debbie Rich, Bea Brevard.
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Track Team - Kneeling: Elizabeth Harrison, Wanda Walton, julia Gibson, Debbie Johnson, Donna Voncannon, Betty
Bambalis. Row 2: Flo Crosby, Marie Smith, Candy Clark, Cecilette Crawford, Delores Wallace. Row 3: Burnie
McElrath, Regina Ferree, Phyllis johnson, Darlene McCullough, Val Pinnix.
Tennis Team - Back Row: Linda Weeks, Mickey Key, Becky Hutson, Tina Anthony,
Glenda Johnson, Sherron Dull, Brenda Proctor, Becky Young, Patty Mellis, Susan Craven.
Front Row: Martha Pinnix, Michelle McDowell, Shelia Inman, Karen Simmons, Carol
Maxwell, Loy Jarrett, Terri Turner. GAA
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In looking back on the 1972 season,
Coach Boswell felt the Andrews Golf
Team was, for the most part, successful.
The team finished as North Carolina's
14th best group in a field of the stateis
best young golf talent. Robin Rice and
Jimmy Ivey, possible college golf pros-
pects, led the Andrews team by posting
stroke averages ol' 73 and 74- respectively.
Ricky liriley, with a stroke average of 76,
and Breck Culler, with a 75, also added
overall strength to the team. With a large
number of golfers returning in 1973, we
can look forward to another successful
Danny Kecver, Robin Rice, jim Ivey, jeff Hutcherson, Breck Culler, Bobby McPherson, Ricky Briley, Steve High, jon Hipps Kim Falhmore
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Mcliuc, lailcil lo put togctlner ll winning scason but
still gaincql mlimblc cxpcricncc in tcnnis tccli-
nique. 'llllc llfillll lnul il lour won and six lost
rccorfl. linrlington CllIIlIIllllgS was one of tlic
tcauns who lliilcil to scorc against tllc liaiilcrs, wlio
bcnt lln-In 9-0. North lforsytli also lkiilcd to come
out tllc victor in botll niutclics bctwccn the two
scllools. losing fx-3 and 5--l. 'l'l1c victories over
tlicsc two Sl'll0OlS wcrc tllc only glllllllltll' ol' llopc
in tln: sczison, as lllc lluiclcrs lcll to lligll Point
Ccntrul, Tlnonwsvillc, and lic-idsvillc, cacli twice.
Outstanding pluycrs wcrc Hill Cochrane, Dickie
Black, and Pat Wilson.
Bill Cochrane, Keith Field, Dickie Black, jim Ratliff, Roy Dixon, Coach Xlcliae, Stove
seen in the serve of Gary Smith.
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Above left - Frederick Moore contemplates the situation
carefully before making the big decision.
Center - Rising seniors have visions of being next yearis
leaders of the Senior Class.
Left - No pictures please! Area restricted for voting only!
Above Right - Our "unopposed candidate" Raymond
McAllister says, UAH I need is one vote to sweep this
Right - Posters add cliccr and excitement to the up-
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Above - Andrews, art show: Talent Is Beauti-
Left - New National llonor Society inductees,
joe Cheek and Mike McDowell, portray all the
qualities of NIIS members
Make our trash your treasure.
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Above - Conforming with the price freeze, Reverie members prepared
for their White Elephant sale.
Right - High Pointers supported Andrews.
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Below left -- Wi' gatlivr logcilivr.
Below - Thr Ring Man comes lu Andrews,
April, May, June
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Above-The Forum editor inspects the Reverie.
Below-Barbara Joyce studies a year of work on the Reverie.
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Above-The prom was a success as witnessed in the expressions
on the participants, faccs.
Below--llc! llc! llc! They sure jammed tight at the prom.
Below-Even the ulistablishmcnti' got in on the act
April, May , June
Above-There were lots of smiles of happiness at the
Above-Some people danced, while others just stood around D A A -
looking. Below-Bllly Little and Cindy Campbell enjoy themselves as Nlr.
and Mrs. Therrell look on.
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Left-Members of the yearbook stuff who attended a
workshop in Furmville, Va. listened as Mr. Fitz ap-
praised thc 1972 Reverie.
Low left-A lesson in 'iyearboolwryw featuring lVlr.
Below-A "lVluin Mun" blows his horn.
April, May , june
Left-Mr. Van Dyke spoke to a captivated audience, revealing secrets to
a better y earbook.
Middle-The long hours of hard work begin to tell their story in these
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ARK E D QF YEAR
Above-Robert Whitehorne marvels at the John Philip Sousa
award won by Alan Kemp.
April, May J une
Above-The Reverie Staff is rightfully rewarded for its hard work, putting
together such a fine yearbook.
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Above-Raymond McAllister awaits his term as Student Council
April, May , June
Above right - James Shannon and Glenn Andrews loosen up for
a big meet.
Above far right - Harold Nash sets new long jumping marks.
At right - Johnny Evans attempts to better Haroldss mark.
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Row 1: Lee Foye, Chuck Ledford, Sammy Durham, Wes Ingram, Pete Richardson, Glenn Andrews, James Shannon, Harold Nash, Zeb Sharpe, Donnie
Woodward. Row 2: Rhon Dixon, Doug Burrow, jim llarris, David Draughn, Roger Crawford, Ronnie Overman, Mark Rasdale, Jeff York, Johnny
Evans, Robert Ruff. Row 3: Steve Hamlin, David Kidwell, Ulysses Clinton, Terry Easter, Charlie Smith, Holt Williford, Dwight Miller, Gary Roberts,
Sammy Little, jimmy Weant.
H RD PRACTICE PAYS CFF
The members of the Andrews Track
Team saw their hard practice pay off
many times in 1972. The team won the
Conference Meet, the All-Star Meet, and
the City-County Meet as a result of their
work. There were many individual perfor-
mances that were good enough to win
individual conference championships.
Harold Nash captured the conference
championship in the 180 low hurdles and
in the 120 low hurdles. Joel Smith was
the conferences best two-miler, while
Rhon Dixon won the mile. Reaching 6,1,'
in the high jump, Lee Foye also captured
the conference championship in his event.
The relay teams in the mile and in the
880 proved to be the swiftest by coming
in first place during the conference meet.
Coaches Lambeth and Wightman sighted
Harold Nash as the most valuable member
of the team.
At right - Rhon Dixon strains to finish the
At far right - The track becomes crowded as
runners prepare to begin.
Below - Harold Nash shows his winning form.
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jf-fi' York clears thc bar for a good jump.
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Row 1: Scott Lambeth, Reggie jones, Ronnie johnson, Steve Steffan, llcfl' King, David King, Dale Pendry. Row 21 Eddie Isley, Randy
Ledwell, J. P. Nlcllis, Billy Sorrell, Nlikc lVlcDowell, joe Check, Robert Brown. Row 3: Eric Roberts, Randy Hiatt, Ricky Bradberry,
Rocky Barham, Roy Andrews, Robin Hiatt. Row 4: Ronald White, Chuck Brawly, Craig Branning.
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Steve Steffan prepares for another homerun.
At Right -- Coach Harger shows
his players how a pro swings.
The 1972 Andrews Baseball Team ad
vanced to the state finals, but were de
feated by Wilmington lloggard and
captured second place. Their overall re
cord stood at 1,8 wins and 6 losses. They
were conference champions, western 4A
state champions, and State 4A runners
Exhaustion sets in as the game wears on.
Steve Steffan shows his prowess at the plate
Scott Lambeth prepares to slaughter it.
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PGST-SEASO ACTI ITIES
All members ol' the i972 Andrews Base-
ball Team were outstanding, however three
players stood out aniong the others. lie-
eeiving the award lor the highest batting
average was lionnie johnson. llis batting
average was .381 Receiving the Golden
Gloves award lor his outstanding play was
Steve Stellan. l'itcher llilly Sorrell, who was
outstanding throughout the entire season,
received the award lor most valuable player.
These three students received their awards
lroni Coach Tom llarger. They were present-
ed over the PA. systeni during morning an-
nouncements alter the end ol' the play-off
Steve Steffari grins as Coach Harger presents him
with his trophy for the Golden Glove Award.
Pitcher Billy Sorrell winds up during practice.
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which he richly deserved,
Ronnie Johnson proudly admires his trophy for highest batting average.
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Door in the Keyette Fashion Show.
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The Raiderettes Homecoming performance. Sophomore Attendant, Nancy Turner and her escort, Ronald Lassiter.
junior Attendant, Anita Dicken and her escort, Mike Becote. Maid of Honor Melanie Little and her escort, Walter Wallace.
Cindy Campbell is crowned with the honor of llome
coming Queen, 1972-73.
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Teresa Holland, Anita Dicken, Ann Brown. Row 2: Betty
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3: Connie Berger, Cindy Campbell, Melanie Little, Terri War-
ren. Row 4: Nancy Turner, Jackie Webb.
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Above: Students suffered many "blah" days.
Above: Terri Nielson contemplates the decision of which colleges not
to go to.
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Greg llill, Steve llumlin, Thad Yarborough, Ronald White, Ulysses Clinton, Ty Pruitt, Roy Andrews, James Flake, Hike Nleljowcll. Row 3: Steve
Brown, Jesse Palmer, Chuck Denisio, Wesley McGee, Mark Rouse, Doug Pruitt, Ken ilill, Stcve Small, john Gregory. Row 4: johnny Evans, Breck
Culler, Jeff York, Charlie Smith, David Druughn, Timmy johnson, lievin Culler, Joe Mckllralh, Sammy Little, jimmy Atkinson. Row 5: Coach
Mcliae, Coach Lambeth, Coach Hunter, Ricky Smith, John Lindsay, J. P. Mellis, Larry Green, Greg Dockery, Coach Wightman, Coach llarger,
lame., Atkinson holds on lightly to prevent a fumble.
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STATE 4-A PLAYUFFS
For the second year in a row, the Andrews
Red Raiders advaneed to the Stale 4-A Play-
offs. llowever. this year was to be quite dif-
ferent from last year, when the Rig Red Ma-
chine lost their first playoff game to North
Forsyth. Despite the powerful running of Vi-
king Claude Smalls, this year the Raiders over-
powered North Forsyth by 8-7. The second
game with Gastonia Ashbrook proved to be an
easier task as the Raiders downed the Green
Wave by the score of 20-7, thus advancing to
the state finals where they met the Reid Ross
Cougars. who were riding a l2 game winning
streak against no losses. liut this did not deter
the stubborn Raiders who played an exciting
game both offensively and defensively and after
the battle was over, were declared the new state
4-A champions by the score of 24--17. The
victory was sweet for the Raiders who brought
the 4-A championship to lligh Point for the
first time ever.
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A J 2- tl, 5 , S- ,A r '21 ,fe F- ,-ae conference championship was captured. This is
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the Varsity offers hope for another football
state championship next year.
J.V. Football Team. Row 1-Mark Jones, Donnie Davis, Terry Cagle, Kara Mack, Carlton Baker, Benjamin Wallace, Freddie Stubbs, Alfred Mclilrath,
Sam Martin. Row 2-David Cowan, Danny Link, Stephen Campbell, Doug Pruitt, Michael Clinton, Terry Price, Ted Brown. Row 3-Mike Sexton,
Ronald Durham, Keith Tyson, Ray Armstrong, Michael Moore. Row 4-john Sanders, Terry Mikels, Mark Rouse, Walter Kennedy, Bob Thomas,
jimmy Mason. Row 5-Ken Evans, Mark Green, Willis Covington, Michael Davis.
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ose strange noises coming from?" Juliet and Boniface Brighton argue the point. "Mystery, Mayhem, and Murdern by Jed
Parrish was presented in Northeast Jr. Iligh
School Auditorium on November 11 at 8:00
p.m. by students of Andrews, Drama Club.
The cast of characters included:
Sandy Underwood ...... Juliet Brighton
Keith Luther .
Carole Stone .
Freddie Nash .
Mike Beazlie .
Ellen Rucker .
Judi Mader . .
Laura Eaton .
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J obyna Rawland
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various Christmas parades.
Above Right- Spanish students celebrated the Christmas season with
several Spanish dinners.
Below Left- The Art Club added to the spirit of Christmas with decora-
tions for the office windows.
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Above- The Andrews student body was entertained by the Air
Force Band from Langley Air Force Base, who advertised the many
benefits to be found in an Air Force career.
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snow, let it snowf'
Above Right- Connie Allred fills orders for the .Iuniorette POW-MIA
Below Right - One, two, three - heave!
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National Merit Semi-finalists - Sherry Livengood and Kent Essay ttest Winner -- Randy Hoover.
Andrews' Junior Miss Contestants- Bonnie Poovey, Cotrelia Mclnnis,
Cindy Morris, Becky Young, Marcia Edwards, Teresa Ilolland.
Representative to Senate Forum- Raymond
1972 Graduation Marshals-Row 1: Sherry Livengood, John Leonard,
Mary Lynn Morris, Cathy Faver, Camille Bailey, Bonnie Poovey. Row
2: Kevin Culler, Kim Gallimore, Mark Sechler.
Scholastic Photography Contest Win-
Creative Writing Contest Winner- Bonnie Poovey. ner- Clyde Hewitt,
Morehead Scholarship nominees- joe Cheek, James Atkinson,
Bill Medlin, Kim Gallimore.
Ebonettes-Seated: Rhydonna Goode, Johnnie Mae 0iNeill, Mariea Smith
Stephanie Strong, Melanie Little. Row 2: Carolyn Flowers, Bernita Giles
Darlene McCullough, Cynthia Kindle, Anita Dieken, Marcia Gregory. Row 3:
Deborah Whitted, Delores Wallace, Saundra McGill, Gail Steele.
Outstanding in Science- J eff Schmoyer, Toni War- School writer for the
ren, Anne Clary, Alice Gibson.
Govemor's School participants- Margareta Yarborough, Patti Morel, Andy
Kueny, Paula Gulledge, Elizabeth Davenport, Theresa DeLaine.
Hall of Fame
Enterprise- Vicki Walker.
Betty Crocker Award- Danay Savvas.
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Medlin, Sandi Gilchrist, Sherry Livengood.
Boys' and Girls' State- Bill Medlin, Sandi Gilchrist, John Leonard.
HALL OF FAME
Outstanding in Art-Kneeling: Marti Cox, Robin
Parks. Standing: Melinda ,I ester, Ricky Stevens.
Outstanding in Journalism- Pat Corns, Bonnie
Poovey, Alice Gibson.
Outstanding in football-Row 1: Ken Hill, Harold Nash, Steve Hamlin, David
Campbell. Row 2: Billy Sorrell, Breck Culler, Johnny Evans.
Outstanding in CAA- Bernie McElrath, Wanda Walton, Debbie Outstanding in Business-
Johnson, Susan Craven.
5 a I A lux AQ, Outstanding in
French- Bonnie Poo-
vey, Debbie Frady,
Connie Berger and Cotrelia
Outstanding in Math-Row 1: Sherry Livengood,
Elaine lloward, Paula Gulledge, Melinda Jester.
Row 2: Jeff Schmoyer, David Kidwell, Clyde lle-
Hall of Fame
The "Red Raiderw basketball team got ott' to
a slow start due to some of its members also
being members of the highly successful football
team. After gaining the support of johnny
Evans, Ken llill, ,I im Atkinson, and Steve llam-
lin, the roundballers were not to be denied.
After losing its first two games of the season
to a strong R. j. Reynolds team, the Raiders
sailed on to a successful season. Some of the
best wins were over such ranked teams in the
area as Thomasville, Burlington Williams and of
course by dumping Central twice by scores of
72-541 and 66-53 respeetively. They also cap-
tured for the second time in as many years, the
second annual Furniture and llosiery Christmas
'l'he Raiders were a balanced scoring team
being led in scoring at least one night by one of
the following players: livans, Roger Letlrande,
Glenn Bethea, Leroy Dunlap, ,loe Cheek, and
'SWee'7 Willie ll illiams.
Rethea and Lctlrande were the leading
seorersg however. xx ith each player averaging
above l8 and I6 points respectively. Roger was
also the leading rcbounder averaging better than
12 per game.
johnny Evans ovctrpowers three demons.
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Bill llunter. Kneeling: Craig Pilson, Freddie Stubbs liudy Upton
The J .V. Basketball team was again the
conference champion this year posting a
5-1 conference record. The team was 15-1
overall and defeated many powerful op-
ponents. Ted Brown and Fred Crawford
led the scoring for the Baby Raiders with
game point averages of 18 and 12 respec-
tively. Outstanding rebounders were An-
thony Williams and lllike Clinton.
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top of the conference for the 5th straight year.
Their record of 16 wins, two losses, and one tie
was proof of the determination and hard work
involved in making a champion wrestling team. No
matter how the team is rated, Coach Lambeth
always seems to produce an outstanding team. The
most outstanding wrestler on the team was David
Campbell who was undefeated during the regular
season two years in a row. Other top wrestlers
were Jeff Boyer, Richard Larkins, Gary Walker, Bo
Quick, and Larry Murvin. Steven Campbell, a
sophomore, showed promise and was counted
heavily upon in the heavyweight class.
Four wrestlers did well in the scctionals which
were held at Ragsdale High School. Larry Murvin
and Richard Larkins placed fourth in the 132 and
155 pound weight classes, respectively. Gary
Walker won the 185 pound weight class and David
Campbell won the 195 weight class. Both Walker
and Campbell advanced to the state competition.
The J.V. Wrestling team fared well, also. Led by
Coach Harger, the team posted an 8-3 overall re-
cord. Outstanding wrestlers were Ronald Durham,
Alan Campbell, and Joe Meliilrath, all of whom
should add strength to next yearls varsity team.
Curtis Wilson proved to be a steady performer all year
Champion wrestler David Campbell attempts to break his man down.
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Row lt Larry Murvin, Bo Quick, Donald Hilliard, lVlark Hall, Lavander Perkins, Ricky Banther. Row 2: jeff Boyer, Kara Mack, Gary
Walker, David Campbell, Steven Campbell. Row 3: Coach Lambeth, Wesley Cashwell, Richard Larkins, Alan Campbell, Eugene Bronson,
Willie Allen, Robert Ruff.
Junior Jeff Boyer - Profile of a winner.
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Mark Hall ponders his next move.
J.V. Row l: Benjamin Wallace, Gary Smith, Mark llall, .lov Flowers,
Campbell, Ronald Durham, Steve Brown, Kara Mack, David Cowan.
,lim King, Ricky
Banther. Row 2: Joe- Mclflrath. Alan
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Cyagle, Mike lieuzlie, NN esls-y Moline, Ronnie Lassiter, llunk Ledford, Kevin Culler, Mike Wasserman.
Below - Wesley McGee and Hank Ledford relieve pre-meet anxieties.
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The N73 Andrews Swim Team had an added
attraction this year which was thc Girls, Swim
Team. 'thc girls worked hard to prepare lor the
State Championship Nleet, their only scheduled
mcct of the st-ason. They had low ms-cts because
there are few schools in the state with a team for
if -4? ' , Un the other hand. the Boys, Swim Team had a
packed schedule. Lcd by seniors Wesley lNlcGec,
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14 qi My 24" P, goals high and reached most of themr. The boys
started oll their season with lvrlmslcy. tollowed by
Smith, Reynolds, and ended the regular season
with Central. Un March 2, l973 the Boys, 'l'eam
attended the Conference Championship Nleet in
Grcensboro, and on March 9, 1973 both teams
attended the State Championship llleet, also in
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Patti Slack, Terri Cook, Susie Mitchell, Terri Slack, Nancy Smith, Patti Y ale.
Row 1: Debbie Johnson, Coach Brenda Thomas, Susan Craven. Row 2: Phyllis liovelte, lillen Quinn, l"lo Crosby, Almela Perkins, Mary Lynn Morris,
Patti Mellis, Judy Richardson, Wanda Walton, Ufelia Ramirez. Row 3: Yaleria lett, 'l'helma Clark, Betsy llaymore, Bernie Melilrath, Susie Buie, Terri
Turner, Marty Westbrook, Kathy Letlrande, Brenda Proctor.
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schedule in 1972 with only one returning starter
from the 1971 team. The loss ot' nine seniors made
the season a difficult one, but through hard work
the girls were top contenders at tournament time.
C0-captains Debbie Johnson and Susan Craven,
both seniors who had played varsity basketball all
three years at Andrews, provided experience and
leadership for thc team.
Johnson led the team not only in direction, but
also in statistics. She was the leading scorer and
rebounder and an excellent free throw shooter.
Susan Buie, a promising sophomore and leading
foul shooter, was hitting 85W of her free throws
going into the 14th game. Craven and Bernie McEl-
rath proved powerful on the boards and will be
missed after their graduation this year.
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Squad did a great job this year in keep-
ing up the spirit of both our athletic
teams and the student body, They par-
ticipated in ear washes, bake sales, and
sold ulioosterh buttons for their money 'gllut he's my datelu
raising projects. Tlicir most rewarding
ventures of the year were supporting the
football team to the 44A State Champ-
ionship and cheering for a powerful bas-
ketball team. Carol Carpenter and Joni
Luller served as Head and Co-llead ot'
the squad, respectively.
Row 1 Marcia Davis, Lisa Everhart, Cindy Brown. Row 2: Hartensia Davis
I lenda Iohnson, Michelle McDowell, Joni Culler. Row 3: Anita Dicken, Jackie
Saunders, Johnnie Mae O,Neill
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The excitement of game overwhelms Mary Quinn.
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was fantastic this year at Andrews. 'l'hey
worked along with the Varsity Cheerleaders
in their fund raising projects during this
previous summer and this school year. 'l'hey
showed abonnding enthusiasm at .l.V. foot-
ball and basketball games, and really boost-
ed school spirit at pep rallies. This year
Carolyn Warlord served as head clieerleader,
and Nancy Turner served as co-head.
Row 1: Chiquita Tillman. Row 2: Gwen Clinton, Sherry White, Susie Glenn,
Jackie Boyd, Teresa Cox. Angie Welhorn. Row 3: Nancy Turner, Carolyn
Warlord. jamie Peters.
Jackie Boyd exhibits great school spirit.
Mrs. Sarah Adams
Mrs. Barbara Allen
Mrs. Georgia Amos
J. Y. Bell
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Miss Linda Bost
Mrs. Nan Bowles
Mrs. Margaret Bray
Miss Gayle Brookbank
Miss Mary Browne
Mrs. Darnell Bullins
Mrs. Lynda Burch
Mrs, Ann By erly
Mrs. Marlene Chess
Mrs. Cathy Davis
Mrs. Bettye Dockery
Miss Sylvia Eaglin
Mrs. Marion Erath
Mrs. Betty Flythe
Mrs. Barbara Freeman
Mrs. Doris Gibson
Mrs. Brenda llarger
Mrs. Ellen llarris
Mrs. Susan llendrix
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Miss Frances Morgan
Mrs. Carolyn Planson
Mrs. Janna Scruggs
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Mrs. Betsy Tobin
Mrs. Mary Townsend
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Perry Little, Dr. Dean Pruette, Dan Whitley, Jr., Laurin Welhorn, Chair-
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Additional Materials Make the Library More Complete
This year our library became a home away from
home for many of our students. Miss Mclntyre, the
librarian, and Mrs. Kennedy, the library aide, were
always there to help in our time of need.
The library grew in popularity as its materials
branched out into many different mediums. New
magazines and a great number of new books
flocked our shelves. Not only books filled our
library, but we also acquired a more abundant
supply of records and films.
Our library stayed busy all year with students
working on various projects and subjects ranging
from math and science to literature.
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Interested Students Form Library Club
The Library Club, a newly organized group, is a
service organization sponsored by Miss Mclntyre.
This group is led by:
President ........ . . . Teresa Holland
Vice President . . . . . Karen Griffith
Secretary . . . . . .Sandi White
Treasurer ..,.............. Tanya Wise
Historian ................ Ronald Mills
Its members consist of library assistants and
others who are interested in library service.
The main purposes of the Library Club are to
increase participation in school library service, to
arouse interest in the study of librarianship as a
profession, and to enjoy books, reading and the
study of authors.
Front: Miss McIntyre. Row 1: Karen Griffith, Dar-
lene Massey, Diane Wall, Teresa Holland, Tanya
Wise, Sandi White, Debyjackson, Nikki Hollings-
worth, Theresa DeLaine. Row 2: Susan Horney,
janet Carter, Hem'y Embler.
Student C0ngr6SS2 Row l: Carole Stone, Pam jarrctt, Cindy Campbell, Becky Young, Cindy Brown, Cindy Morris, Bill Medlin,
Raymond McAllister, Buba Saunders, Keith Luther. Row 2: Sharon Liner, Kim Whisnant, Laura liaton, Christy Callis, Lixabeth
Petty, Pam Smith, Teresa llolland, Phyllis Lovctte, Andy Chisem. Row 3: Mr. Wright, Patty Nlellis, Karen Simmons, Hay ma Bray,
janet Corn, Anna Cainey, Gwen Clinton, Deborah Leonard, Bill Dickinson. Row 4: Dawn Lain, Sharon Liner, Moreland Gueth,
Genc llunt, Ira Simpson, Ronald Durham. Row 5: Laura Kirby, Terri Slack, David Dawkins. Bruce Alexander, Leodis Jennings.
Constitution Committee: Row 1: David Dawkins, Nancy Hubbard. Row 2: Cindy Morris, Debbie
Watford, Dawn Lain, Laura Eaton. Row 3: Ronald Mills, Moreland Gueth.
Yes, the Raiders did proceed to chew up Smith
just like they chewed up that spinach before
Social Committee: Row 1: Michelle Mcllowvll, Glenda johnson Patra Moore Larol Maxwell
Joni Cullvr. Row 2: Andy Chisem, Ronald Mills, Anita llrfken Ira Qlmpson
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It was guys like Jughaid that helped propel the Raiders to the state championship.
Executive Board: Row 1: Laura Eaton, Teresa Hol-
land, Bill Medlin, Raymond McAllister, Keith Luther.
Row 2: Sandy Underwood., Doug Burrow, Keith Nay-
lor, Chris Exline, Laura Kirby. Row 3: Mr. Wright,
Wesley McGee, John Leonard, Mark Green, Patti Un-
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Interclub Council: Row 1: Patra Moore, Jackie Webb, Debbie Burleson, Becky Young, Teresa Holland, Bill
Medlin, Raymond McAllister, Bonnie Poovey, Cathy Favor, Dennis Leonard. Row 2: Mike McDowell, Wesley
McGee, Marcia Edwards, Gary Parsons, Steve Sizemore, James Murphey, Robbie McGowan, Lizaheth Petty,
Susan llorney, Mark Green, Terri Smith, Marti Cox. Row 3: Bobby Green, John Leonard, Melinda Jester, Susan
Overman, Janice Metcalf, Deby Jackson, Pat Corns, Alice Gibson. Row 4: Ronnie Lassiter, Joe Cheek, Kim
Gallimore, Leodis Jennings, Chris Exline, Doug Burrow, Keith Naylor, Danay Savvas.
Bulletin Board Committee: Row 1: Tamzie Wallace, Sherry Livengood, Marcia Edwards, Dawn Lain, Melinda Jester,
Marti Cox. Row 2: Kim Gallimore, Sharon Liner, Susan Overman, Nadine Quick, Joyce Miller, Carol Siniehak.
Devotions Committee: Row 1: Allan Campbell,
Pam Jarrett, Steve Sizemore, Gary Parsons,
Teresa Fronyberger. Row 2: David Cates, John
Swaim, Steve Weatherman, Patty Mellis, Teresa
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Uutstanding Iournalism Students Are Recognized
A newly organized club, Quill and Scroll, re-
warded students at Andrews who were outstanding
in the field of journalism. The group began enthusi-
astically by having a bake sale to raise money. The
money was in turn used for the publication of the
Anima, a literary magazine.
President ................ Becky Young
Vice President ........ . . . Susan Ingold
Secretary-Treasurer . . . . . Alice Gibson
Row 1: Lizabeth Petty, Becky Young, Teresa Hol-
land, Susan Ingold. Row 2: Linda Weeks, Alice
Gibson, Pat Corns, Bonnie Poovey, Sherry Liven-
good, Mark Sechler, Cindy Morris, Toni Warren,
Anne Clary. Row 3: Sherron Dull, Cathey Floyd.
Future Teachers of America Share Interests in Educational Professions
The Future Teachers of America, led by Mrs.
Gibson, strived to leam more about the teaching
profession. They also examined the problems
which they might encounter in that field. The goals
for the club this year were: U To provide young
people with specific information about opportuni-
ties in the various fields of educationg 21 To en-
courage young people to cultivate in themselves
qualities of personality and character which are the
foundations of successful teaching.
Row 1: Melinda Jester, Patty Mellis, Theresa De-
laine. Row 2: Carol Sinichak, Marti Cox, Gwen
Gibson, Mrs. Gibson.
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Row 1: Henry Embler, Ronnie Haithcock, Debbie Burleson, Patti Slack, Lynne Freeman, Brenda Gaines. Row 2: Susie Guthrie,
Ellen Rucker, Sharyn Moore, Susan Moore, Patti Briggs. Row 3: jan Weatherly, Carole Stone, Brenda McCaslin, Debbie Allred,
Donald Holland, Thomas De Laine. Row 4: Teresa Garcia, Tamzie Wallace, Sandra Harbinson, Patti Morel, Laura Eaton, Kim
Whisnant, Mrs. Bowles: Advisor. Row 5: Judy Mader, Mary Quinn, Sandy Underwood, Keith Luther, Mrs. Williford: Advisor.
ulated appreciation for drama within the club.
President ................ Debbie Burleson
Vice President . . .... Don Holland
Secretary .... . . . ...... Henry Embler
Treasurer . ........... J an Weatherly
Advisors . . . . .Mrs. Bowles and Mrs. Williford
Drama Club members put in overtime to prepare for long awaited performances.
NFL Members Learn Many Skills In Speaking
Row 1: Wesley Cashwell, Chris Exline, Mary Quinn, Bill Medlin, Becky Young, Teresa Holland. Row 2: Jan Weatherly, Sherry Livengood, Joni Peters
Pam Jarrett, Laura Eaton, Carole Stone. Row 3: Mrs. Bullins, lra Simpson, Sandi Gilchrist, Dou B rr R 'ld lVl'ddl b k
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The National Forensic League provided students with the
incentive to undertake the rigorous training and practice
necessary to acquire a power of effective speech. This train-
ing was accomplished through an integrating system of public
speaking, debate, interpretation, and radio speaking.
Last years debaters proved they had acquired these skills
by winning five nationally recognized tournaments, placing in
the remaining tournaments, and becoming the first public
school to win the prestigious Catholic national forensic
As a result of a superb cumulative effort of Andrews top
speakers at the Barkley Forum last year, Andrews has be-
come one of less than sixty schools from the entire nation to
receive a permanent chair at the most important tournament
in the south. For the second consecutive year, Andrews
qualified people for the national tournament which is held
during the summer.
President ........ ..... ,,,, B i ll Mffdljn
Vive Pfffidfnt - - . Dennis Leonard
S"0f0i1'1fY ' - - . .Sandi Gilchrist
Treasurer . . . . Chris Exline
Forum Staff Tries To Create A
Row 1: john Leonard, joe Cheek, ,lon Hipps, Randy Horton. Row 2: ,lan Weatherly, Susan Overman, Teresa llolland, Linda
Weeks. Row 3: Laura Eaton, Carole Stone, David Kidwell. Row 4: Patti Nlorel, Bonnie l'oovey, Kim Whisnant.
Meeting another deadline merits a celebration.
goal: student aeeeptanee. Each month the staff
labored to produee eight pages worth of controver-
sial, creative, and pon er dominated articles-all re-
lating to what's happening around you. This year
new revisions in the format xx ere added and stan-
dards modified to devise a new concept in the
newspaper. The staff became more specialized and
new positions of associate business editor, sports
editor, and staff, features editor and eireulations
manager were added.
The newspaper tried to create a medium for
student expression on school, local, and national
news. lt also provided active experiences for those
who later may enter journalism as a career.
Editor ................. Bonnie Poovey
Assistant Editors. . . . Carole Stone
.I oni Peters
Business Editor . . . . Linda Weeks
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Row 1: Lisbeth Dudley, Anne Clary, Vicki Walker, Enola Allen, Cindy Haekler, Dawn Stroud, Debbie Frady, Paula Gulledge, Sherry Livengood. Row
2: Melanie Little. Row 3: Theresa DeLaine, Gwen Gibson, Pat Corns, Lizabeth Petty, Susan Ingold, Alice Gibson, Cindy Morris. Row 4: Deborah
Gaim-y, Becky Young, Margaretta Yarborough, Toni Warren, Cathey Floyd. Row 5: Mark Sechler, Steve Weatherman, Kim Gallimore, Leodis
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Row 1 Beverly Williams, Debbie Warford, Kathy Pope, Marti Cox. Row 2: Terri Nooe, Patti Warner, Shcrron Dull, Becky llutson. Row 3: Melinda
lesttr lanice Barker. Row 4: Ted Durham, Bruce Alexander.
Most people donat know what type of work goes
into the publication of the yearbook, however this
yearns Reverie staffs spent much time, money, and
effort to produce for the students at Andrews another
jam-packed yearbook. Each section worked diligently
to meet deadlines, and used their imaginations in order
to ereate a colorful and interesting Reverie.
The Reverie is divided into two staffs, the editorial
staff, shown on the left, and the business staff, shown
on the right. The photographer for the group this year
was Mark Seehler, The sponsors for the group were
Mrs. jones feditorialj and Mrs. Byerly fbusinessj. Un-
fortunately for Andrews, Mrs. Jones decided not to
return to school next year, however, with her leader-
ship and know-how she came through for the staff
three consecutive years.
Editor ........... . . . Alice Gibson
Co-Editor ....... . , . Pat Coms
Business Editor . . . .Sherron Dull
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To Cultural Understanding
A group of Spanish students reenact a famous fairy tale they have translated into Spanish. Shown is Steve Weatherman, Pat Corns
Paula Gulledge, and Keith llodgin.
The purpose of Foreign Language study
was to justify the importance of other world
cultures. To understand a foreign people,
one had to go beyond the study of language
skills. A survey of literature, music, and
history aided the student in accepting, ap-
preciating, and enjoying a foreign culture.
There were four levels of both French and
Spanish offered this year.
Foreign Language Department
Frenchl students showed the results of hard work and determination in
displaying their projects. Shown is Mike Wells who won first place.
Latin Club Winds Up Their
Row 1: Debbie Frady, Sherry Livengood, Elizabeth Petty, Theresa DeLaine, Shirley Kyles, Danay Savvas, Tammy Gallimore.
Row 2: Miss Eaglin, Randy Horton, Sandi Gilchrist, Kim Gallimore, Randy Hoover, Chryl Gibson, David Kidwell.
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This year, the members of the junior Classical League, a
sister organization, attended a statewide convention in Chap-
el Hill. Exhibits, plays, oratories, and academic contests were
available for participation by the group.
Another highlight of the Latin Club year was home-
coming. This year the club built a float. Although the club
was small, a big effort was put forth by the individuals. The
club created a winning effort even though the judges didn't
Projects for making money were planned to lead up to the
final events of the year, a banquet in true Roman style. A
scrapbook recording the history of the club was on display in
Beetle can't believe Latin Club didn't win first place. the libfaft' at tht 'ind of tht year'
President ............... . . Sandi Gilchrist
Vice President . . . . . . Danay Savvas
Secretary-Treasurer . . . . Kim Gallimore
For More Involvement
The French Club Strives
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Row 1: Laurie Blackburn, Jan Weatherly, Brenda Proctor, Alice Hunt, Susan Craven, Sharyn Moore, Sue Couch, Alice Grainger
Pam Smith, Joni Peters, Loy llarret, Debbie Bollinger. Row 2: Mary .lo Morris, Margaretta Yarborough, Cathey Floyd Carole
Stone, Sherron Dull, Cathey Favcr, Bonnie Poovey, ,lames Murphey, Becky Young, Teresa Delaine, Terri Gay. Row 3 lom
Warren, Gwen Gibson, Debbie Frady, Dawn Stroud, Teresa llolland, ,lane Dorsctt, Laura Eaton, Wanda Walton, ,ludy Mader
Libby Wright, Elizabeth Davenport, David Miller. Row 4: Bobby Green, Gary Deal, Randy Votch, Patti Ward, Chryl Gibson Iohn
Leonard, Nancy Ilubbard, Don Arnold, Melodic Leckie, llenry limbler, J. P. Mellis, David Church. Row 5: Bruce Alexander
be a prosperous and meaningful club throughout
the school year. Outstanding activities have made it
unique among academic organizations at Andrews
and respected throughout North Carolina. Aspects
of European culture were experienced in the Annu-
al Escargot Dinner, art displays from the French
Consulate, French films, a French Expo of pro-
jects, award-winning homecoming floats, a ski
weekend at Roaring Gap, N. C., French Olympics,
a flea market, attendance at two French plays and
finally the creation and sponsoring of the T. W.
Andrews French Cup for North Carolina's most
outstanding French Club.
The club's advisor, Don Arnold, feels it is a
responsibility of the French Club to spread interna-
tional understanding and tolerance for cultural dif-
ferences. The French Club represents involvement,
enthusiasm and unity. It seeks to excel and to
become the club among many clubs.
The French Club officers serve the French Club well this
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Row 1: Kathy Roberson, Jill Dorsett, Betty Bambalis, ,lan Hedrick, Pat Corns, Marti Cox. Row 2: Susan Buie, Donna Craven,
Patra Moore, Rayma Bray, Jackie Webb, Penny Hinkle, Dana Smith, Janice McCullough, Teresa Froneberger, Coralia Ramirez,
Cindy Hackler, Cindy Morris. Row 3: Steve Weatherman, Dan Edgar, Mark Rasdal, Terry Walker, Camille Bailey, Alice Gibson,
Elizabeth Petty, Connie Berger, Susan Ingold, Greta Stookey, Cindy Campbell, Bill Medlin, Anne Clary, Paula Gulledge, Terri
Nielson, Marcia Edwards.
The Spanish Club, led by president Elizabeth Petty,
displayed much international understanding of customs
and ideas this year at Andrews. Their enthusiastic partici-
pation in National Foreign Language Week helped arouse
the interest of students. By publishing a bi-monthly news-
paper the El Paplito, they were able to relay events
associated with the language. The many activities of the
club included pinatas, fiestas, plays and banquets. Guest
speakers were invited to speak to the members on some
particular aspect oi' the Spanish language. With eagar
membership and able leaders, the Spanish Club has shown
all the qualities of a superb organization.
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President ................... Lizabeth Petty
Vice President . . . . Cindy Morris
D Secretary . . . .... Pat Corns
Members enjoy eating Spanish food at a Chnstmas party. Treasurer . . . - ' Susan Ingold
Students Better Mathematical Knowledge
lVlrs. Planson instructslleff Schmoyer and Clyde Hewitt on doing proofs in Analytic Geometry.
Once again this year the Math Department
at Andrews sought to give our student body
a logical and mathematical form ol' thinking,
which would be helpful in approaching
problems. The department also wanted to
provide each student with the requirements
necessary to utilize mathematics in everyday
life, broad cultural purposes, and advanced
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1. Carole Stone, 2. Mary Quinn, 3. Dawn Lain, 4. Marcia Edwards, 5. Mrs. Planson, 6. Penny Hinkle, 7. Chryl Gibson, 8. Mary Jo
Morris, 9. Sherry Livengood, 10. Bill Medlin, 11. Dennis Leonard, 12. Randy llorton, 13. John Leonard, 14. Kim Gallimore, 15.
jeff Schmoyer, 16. Ted Durham, 17. Wesley Cashwell, 18. Sandi Gilchrist, 19. Elizabeth Petty, 20. Clyde Hewitt, 21. Chris
Exline, 22. Andy Kucny.
Mu Alpha Theta tried to promote better understanding and
coherency of mathematics among high school students this past
year. The club was of service to those students who needed extra
help, and tried to make math a little easier to comprehend.
The Math Club had several projects throughout the school
year and tried to use them as an aid to the students who sought
it. The foremost project for the academic year 72-73 was to
tutor those students who had trouble in grasping the funda-
mentals of higher mathematics. Mu Alpha Theta strived for
higher academic acknowledgment, and through the support of
the students, it achieved this goal.
Sandi Gilchrist helps Connie Allred grasp difficult math skills. President """"""" ' - ' Sandi Gilchrist
Vice President . . . . . . . . . Kim Gallimore
Secretary-Treasurer , , , , Marcia Edwards
Concern At Andrews
Miss Morgan, our new science teacher, explains the parts of the flower to Benjamin Wallace.
The Science Department at Andrews lligh School believed
it was necessary for persons to have an understanding of the
workings of nature-biological, chemical, and physicabin
order to lead a more productive life, to be able to solve daily
problems, and to more fully appreciate the laws of nature g
and its miraculous creation.
The department tried to offer something for every stu- in
dent. All sophomores took general Biology. Not only did
they learn the difference between a paramecium and a plan-
aria, but they were offered information on drugs, veneral
disease, smoking, and pollution, juniors had a choice of
Chemistry, Physical Science, or Advanced Physical Science.
ln the senior year, one could select between Physics and Y
Advanced Biology. Added this year was a semester course in K X
Ecology and Environmental Science. Of course, laboratory ' -
work was an integral and necessary part of every course. One
learned by doing.
The central aim of all these courses was to make the
student aware of the world in which he lives and to develop a
natural curiosity and desire to investigate the many unsolved
problems of his world and of the entire field of science.
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Row 1: John Leonard, Jimmy Jones, Gary Smith, Sandy Underwood, Laurie Blackburn, Debby Bollinger, Moreland Gueth, Steve
Howell, Dennis Leonard. Row 2: David Kidwell, Toni Warren, Susan lngold, Anne Clary, Melanie Little, Linda Weeks, Cindy
Morris, Alice Gibson. Row 3: Thomas Delaine, Randy Hoover, Steve Weatherman, Cathey Floyd, Bill Medlin, Debbie Watford,
l-'at Corns, Paula Gulledge, Pam Gulledge. Row 4: Randy Horton, Sandi Gilchrist, Wesley Cashwell, Clyde Hewitt.
The purpose of the Andrews Science Club was to learn
more about science, science careers, and the opportunities,
responsibilities, and the important role science plays in our
democracy, to explore our own interest and abilities in rela'
tion to the various fields of science, and to cultivate in
ourselves the qualities of personality, character, and leader-
ship which are essential to scientists. In addition, the Science
Club members sought to learn how and where scientists
receive their training, its cost, the scholarships available, the
number of years required, the academic prerequisites and
standards, and to stimulate interest in and interpret science
to others. The Science Club sold ecological bumper stickers
to raise money.
President . . . . . . . Alice Gibson
Vice President .... . , Toni Warren
The Science Club cleans up school grounds. Secretary-Treasurer . . . . . Anne Clary
One Prepares For The Future ln Home Economics
The llome Economics Department at Andrews
aimed to teach its students the information neces-
sary to living a happy and successful family life. lt
also strove to provide basic preparation for oppor-
tunities in the world of work related to Home
Economics. There were two main divisions of
Home Economics. Comprehensive Home Ee con-
sisted ol' Home Ec l and ll and Family Life. Occu-
pational llome Ec included Cooperative Home Ee
and Food Services. During the year field trips were
made to local work stations so that the students
could observe the variety of jobs in their related
This year the department acquired cake decorat-
ing equipment and new sewing machines which
helped the students involved in learning these
The preparation of meals is demonstrated by Ce-
cilette Crawford, Rhonda Crone, Annie Belle Pratt,
and Cy Wallace.
FHA Makes New Addition To Their Club - Hero
". . . To help individuals improve personal, fami-
ly, and community livingf, This was the goal of
FHA and HERO and the entire home economics
prograrm The Future Homemakers of America was
a national organization in which sophomores, ju-
niors or seniors were able to participate, whereas
HERO was for students taking any ofthe Occupa-
tional Home Economics courses.
These clubs were both school organizations de-
veloped for the purpose of providing exciting ex-
periences that broadened the home economics pro-
Row 1: Theresa Del,aine, Johnnie Mae U'Neil,
Martha Pinnix, llelen Austin, llenise Davis, Mary
Harris, Thelma Austin. Row 2: Janice hletcalfe,
Cynthia kindle, Suberbia Rogers, Kim Clark, Cin-
dy Dixon, Pam Osborne, Louise Stanley, Teresa
Causey, Cindy liich, Donnetta Smith. Row 3: Ken-
neth llayes, Wilkes llaney, Rocky Collier, Wilbert
Haney, Randy Overby, Eddie llavis, Patra Moore.
Mr Therrell gives his history students an opportunity to discover their America.
The primary objective of the Social Studies Depart-
ment was to make the student capable of understand-
ing the present, by knowledge of the past. lt was
taught that the realization of what one says or does is
not unique but a repeat of history. Social Studies,
teachers tried to instill in their students the words of
Socrates, 'ilinow 'l'hyself."
Seven courses were offered in the department this
year. They were ll. llistory, U. Government,
Geogaphy, Western Cultures, Sociology, Psychology,
and U. S. and Russian Government Comparative.
Social Studies Department
Art Department Brings OutCreat1v1tyIn Many Students
There were three basic aims of the Art Depart-
ment at Andrews, the development of a skillful,
creative handling of techniques and media, an un-
derstanding of the relationship of art to society
and its role throughout history, and the develop-
ment of a creative individual. Four art courses were
offered this year. Art l was a general survey of art
techniques and theory which included drawing,
painting, ceramics, and crafts. Art ll was a more
indepth study of techniques and theory learned in
Art l. Art lll and IV contained more independent
study for advanced students in the areas covered in
the first two courses, including commercial arts
These Art students are busily working on pen and
Highlights of the Year are Captured on Film by the Photography Club
The Photo Club struggled to remain in ex-
istence, but not because of photography itself.
They built their identity single handed and estab-
lished a good reputation, for few photo-clubs were
organized in this area. They were willing to cooper-
ate with any school organization in regard to pic-
ture-making and upheld their promise of recording
lifc at Andrews on film. lt was their purpose to
create a history of Andrews lligh that spoke to the
eyes through photographs. The members, as a club
or individually, always welcomed new knowledge
and gladly gave the same to those who needed it.
Top-Clockwise: Clyde llewitt, David Kidwell,
Randy Hoover, Randy Horton, Bill Hunt, Carole
Stone, Mark Sechler.
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Row 1: Karen Griffith, Joe Walton, Rocky Collier, Larry Green. Row 2: Cathey Dills, Susan llorney, Terri Gallman, Sheila
lnman, Melodic Leckie, Carol Sinichak, Marti Cox. Row 3: Melinda Jester, Dana Smith, Nedra Petty, Janice McCullough, ,loan
Borowski, Mrs. Davis, Sharon Liner.
Art students express themselves in different ways.
second place trophy for the Homecoming Exhibit.
President ............. . . .Marti Cox
Vice President . . . . . . Rocky Collier
Secretary-Treasurer . . . . Carol Sinichak
Department Fills School With Sound Cf Music
Music was an integral part of Andrews lligh School,
with three main groups contributing their time and
talents this year.
Andrews' Choral Group, led by Miss Mary Browne,
participated in the state festival after practicing dili-
gently for several months. One of the highlights of
their year was giving llandel's Messiah during the
The marching band, which was directed by Mr. bl.
Y. Hell, played at all home Varsity football games and
in various parades. They also performed at several
concerts which were open to the public.
The third group, the orchestra, with Mrs. Fonts as
director, gave students the opportunity to play many
standard classical and modern symphonic works. They
also gave concerts during the year.
Students in all three groups had the chance to
express themselves through their musical talents and
gained the valuable experience of performing before
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MMM Rewards Outstanding Music Students
Modern Music Masters was a national honor society
fostering a greater and continued interest in solo,
ensemble, band, orchestral, and choral performance.
MMM encouraged better and more discriminating hab-
its in listening to and performance of musical litera-
It provided wider and more frequent opportunities
for personal musical expression in the schools,
churches, civic organizations, and social service clubs
of the community. It was the aim of the organization
to increase and advance the spirit of good music and
musical knowledge and further the reputation of the
school as a music center.
The members of the Modern Music Masters Society
were committed to the standards of all forms of good
Row 1: Nikki Hollingsworth, Marie Maynard, Cindy
Morris, Michelle Mcllowell, Patty Mellis. Row 2:
David Roberson, Mike McDowell, Brenda Gaines, Val-
eria llett, Ronnie Middlebrooks.
President ................. Mike McDowell
Vice President . . . Ronnie Middlebrooks
Secretary .... ...... C lindy Morris
Michelle McDowell, Cindy Morris, Kathy Hutchins, Terry Walker, Winfred Ban, Alan Brooks, Mike
Row 1: Angie Welborne,
Chavis, Keith Tyson, Anthony Williams. Row 2: Sherry Payne, Laura Kirby, Teresa Winslow, Teresa Garcia, Delores Evans, llka
Jackson, Darlene McCullough, Regina Force, Norma Foust, Ava Tate, Patty Mellis. Row 3: Brenda Gaines, Teresa Fronebergcr,
Wanda Williams, Kim Ingram, Elizabeth Harrison, Doris Easter, Carolyn Warford, Carolyn McMurray, Vicki Michaels, Danay
Savvas, Paula Walton, Debra McCarter. Row 4: Cathy Leonard, Donesc Vestal, Jackie Davis, Cotrelia Mclnnis, ,Ioan llorowski,
Tony Gill, Gerald White. Row 5: Doug Susong, Mike McDowell, jimmy ll ones, Gary Parsons, Michael Bennett, Nathaniel Williams,
Ronnie Middlebrooks, Charles Shannon, john Gregory, Ulysses Clinton, Jerome llamlin, Robert johnson, Dan Edgar, Ricky
Cathey, Mark Green.
Miss Browne helps each section learn their parts.
The chorus participated in music work-shops, district
and state festivals.
Each succeeding group requested a performance of
lrlandelis Messiah as a Christmas presentation. The group
made several appearances in and about the community for
civic organizations. The year was climaxed with a spring
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Row 1: Debbie Bollinger, Mary Quinn, Sandra llarbinson, Debra McCarter, jay Lamb. ,lim Ratliff. Row 2: Laurie Blackburn
Mary Jo Morris, Sandra Dills, Anne llorney, Linda Weeks, David Roberson, Andrew Kueny. Row 3: Bill Dickinson, fhomas
Dunlap, -I. P. Mellis, Robert Sprye, Greg Mays.
The Andrewsi orchestra was conducted by Mrs. Eliza-
beth Fouts. This year's orchestra was composed of eleven
violins, one viola, one cello, four double basses, two
clarinets, one bassoon, and one percussionist. The orches-
tra students practiced a full period daily and strived
toward a goal of musical perfection. The main highlights
of their year were their concerts performed in conjunc-
tion with the orchestras from Central, Northeast, and
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Row 1: Leodis Jennings, Mike Beazlie, Eric Roberts, Miller Carter, Wesley Cashwell, Robert Brown, Ronald Mills, Kenneth
Blackburn, Keith Washington. Row 2: Raymond McAllister, Doug Cheves, Tim Albert, Wesley McGee, John Jackson, Tim Ridge,
Phyllis Spikes, Eddie Coleman, Jane White, Danny Damaron. Row 3: Anna Gainey, Angela Ingram, Sandra Curtis, Denise Boyd,
Anne Buttersworth, Gail Combs, ,lanet Corn, Sandy Allred. Row 4: Donise Roberts, Marcia Gregory, Kathy LeGrande, ,lean
Coleman, MaeFrances McRae, Susan Deaton, Burton Davis, Cathy Dills, Marsha Roebuck. Row 5: Avis lloke, David Washington,
Gwen Clinton, Chiquita Tillman, Velda Scott, Patti Briggs, ,lan Weatherly, Theresa Delaine, Steve Nichols, Craig Branning. Row 6:
Larry Logan, llouster Mclnnis, Joe Flowers, Bobby Hoke, Tim Cauble, Betty Allen, Pertina Ingram. Row 7: Darrell Dunlap,
Glenn Lowe, Clarence Reed, Buddy Tliorton, Oscar Pegues, Mark Kivett, David Cowan, Jimmy King, Melanie Little, Morris
Randall, Bobby Green, Daryl Gerringer, Timmy Leonard, Thomas Delaine, Larry Graves, ,lohn Lindsay, johnny l-lill, Vicky
Strawberry, Ronald Miller, Kathy Wilson.
One attraction at Varsity football games this year was
the half-time activities to which the band contributed.
Each game had its unique formations and songs.
Being one of the only school bands in the nation asked
to attend the Olympics in Munich, Germany, Andrews
band struggled to raise 375,000 for the trip to Germany
and back. Though much money was raised, the band fell
short of their goal and had to give up their chance of
going to this foreign country. Even though the band could
not accept the invitation, it was an honor that will long be
remembered by the 1972-73 band of Andrews.
To raise money during the year, the band sold ice
cream, candy bars, combs, and Red Raider pillows. This
money was then used for transportation and lodging for
the band when they participated in contests and gave
performances for various audiences.
Mr, Bell directs during half-time activities.
Colorful Band Performances Are Made Possible By the Majorettes
High-stepping to the beat of the drummers, the
majorettes added a new dimension to the precision
drills of the band with agility and warmth. Per-
forming at all football games and in parades, they
met the spectators with a smile and poise.
Led by Teresa Holland, head, and Cotrelia Mc-
Innis, co-head, the girls twirled and danced to the
sounds of "Backstabbers',, "Make Me Smile,"
"0uta Spacef, "Razor Blade," and many more.
Row 1: Teresa Holland. Row 2: Cotrelia Mclnnis,
Cydnie Jones, Andrienne Diggs, Dawn Lain, Dell
The Raiderettes Add Much Excitement to the Half-Time Shows
Maj orettesf Raiderettes
The Raiderettes drill team consisted of girls who
gave their time and theirinterests to performing for
the student body at football games during half-
time. This contribution to school spirit was one of
their main projects.
Led by Lyrm Williams and advised by Mrs. Har-
ris, the girls continuously strived to better their
team. Performing in the Christmas parade also gave
them a chance to prove their talent.
The Raiderettes with their colorful uniforms
and outstanding routines were certainly an added
attraction to Andrews this year.
Row 1: Linda Terrell, Debra Hilton, Janice Met-
calf, Lynn Williams, Belita West, April Kear, Caro-
lyn Flowers. Row 2: Susan Allen, Jackie Davis,
Alice Hunt, Sandra Defriece, Janice McCullough,
Cetrina Love, Kim White.
nd And Dther Business Courses
Ihc strange symbols in Shorthand become meaningful Now is the time for all good men . . f'
Typcwriters, adding machines, and duplicating ma-
chines-these were just a few of the materials involved
in the Business Department this year. By classroom
instruction and practice on these and various other
machines, the teachers were able to better prepare
their students for the skills that would hclp them in
acquiring worthwhile occupations after high school.
The Business lJepartmcnt's variety of courses con'
sisted of typing, shorthand, business machines. busi-
ness math, data processing, co-operative office occu-
pations. preparatory office occupations, and consumer
economics. A new course was offered this year also.
Personal typing was added as a semester course to
provide college bound students with the chance to
learn the basics necessary for typing college material.
Students A Business Advantage
Mr. Randall gives instructions on how to build a strong foundation
Setting up displays, mastery of basic math skills, and
utilizing communication skills-these were just a few of the
many things involved in the Vocations Department this year.
Auto Mechanics, Brieklaying, Distributive Education, Market-
ing, and Co-operative Home Economics were the courses in
which these skills were incorporated. They allowed the stu-
dents to select career objectives and to gain classroom in-
struction in addition to actual working experience.
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Andrews' Students Get Un The Iob Training
I believe in me fiiture which I am planningfor nzyselfin the Held ofdistribution, and
in the opportunities which nn' vocation offers.
I believe in fillfilling the highest rneasitre of Service to my vocation, my fellow beings,
my country and my God that by so doing, I will be rewarded with personal
satisfaction and material wealth.
I believe in the dcnzoeralie philoroplzies ofprivate enterprise and competition, and in
the freedom of this ization that these philosophies allow for the fiillest development
of my individual abilities.
I believe that by doing nz-vbcst to live according to these high principles, I will be of
greater service both to niyselfand to mankind.
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Row 1: Rodney Maners, Bob Chandler., Annabelle McCoss, David
Holt, Kay Smith, Jane Hutchins, Terri Smith, Leroy Ingram. Row 2:
Cindy Hankins, Debra Smith, Sandra Gilley, Beverly Brooks, Norma
Thompson, Teresa Moore, Susan Seltz, Dottie Wiley, Susan Murray,
Lu Ann Shuskey. Row 3: Rhonda Curtis, Barry Miles, Gerald White,
Janice Cotton, Ira Simpson, Brian llall, Pat Kinlaw, Becky Rogers,
Lee Allen Wolfe, Randy Votch. Row 4: Herbie McPherin, Benny
Hardin, Craig Royals, Ricky Kearns, Johnny Clark, Fred Tignor,
Virgiline Strickland, Carolyn McKee, Sandra Gill, Alice Prevette.
Row 5: Jerome Hamlin, Jim Ferguson, Roger Bryant, Eddie Hurley,
Steve Evans, Albert Del.uca.
The DECA club of Andrews had another very prosperous year.
The club had four major goals and they tried to attain them through
on the job training experiences. The purposes were:
lj Vocational understanding - to help the student acquire first
hand knowledge of merchandising, salesmanship, and the op-
portunities available in his chosen career.
21 Civic consciousness - by developing his recognition of his
obligations to the community.
35 Social intelligence - the opportunity to develop poise and
gain knowledge of social graces.
4-J Leadership development - the opportunity to develop not
only into a leader, but a follower as well.
Mrs. Erath, the distributive education teacher advised the stu-
dents and helped to open doors for their future occupations.
Skills Are Learned
Row 1: Craig King, Jim Ferguson, Rusty Carmichael, John Swaim, Mark Rich, Mark King, David French, Carl Lovern. Row 2: Tim
Kirkman, Steve Sumner, Joey Kimrey, Jeff Shoemaker, Johnny Moore, Don Wade. Row 3: Walter Wallace, Willie Allen, Frederick
Moore, Levander Perkins, Napoleon Gainey.
By taking courses in Auto Mechanics and Bricklaying, students at Andrews got a head start on learning
the trade of building and repairing, The classes met at William Penn, under the direction of Mr. Ingram.
The students from Andrews and Central learned by experience. Auto Mechanics students received
further experience by working on cars belonging to the school administrators.
President ........................,....,................... Craig King
Vice President . . , - - -.lim VCTEUSOU
Secretary .... - - - Joey Kiml'ffY
Editor I I . . . Jeff Shoemaker
ICT Students Learn Various Occupations
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Row 1: Mr. Bolds. Row 2: Mike Howard, Steve Shubert, Greg Butler, Debbie Rich, Cathy Wall, Mike Becote, James Sturdivant, Robbie McGowan.
Row 3: Randy Harris, Bill Elliot, Mike Springer, Danny Tally, Rhydonna Goode, Annette Oglesby, Pam Vuncannon, Beanie Davis. Row 4: Ricky
Hembree, Randy Johnson, Dallas ldol. Row 5: Randy Watson, Foy Jarrett, Tony llall, Gloria Monk, Bessie Butler, Brenda Royal, Norma l"oust,
Michael Kimble. Row 6: Debra Whitted, James Baldwin. Row 7: Steve Cagle, Bobby McPherson, Doug Simmons, Kenny Jennings, Randy Jones, Terry
Easter, David Roberson, Tommy Sanders, Waver Doster, Zeb Sharpe, Terry Marshall, Clarence Reid, Napolean Gainey, Ricky Cathey, Ricky Smith,
Arthur Turner, Enola Allen, James Bronson, Pookie Sims, Row 8: James Evans, David Saunders, Gralyn Williams, Braxton Burney, Eddie Murray,
Andy Chisem, James Angel, William Strong, Jerome Michael, l.evander Perkins. Row 9: Billy Ingram.
ICT, under the leadership of Mr. Bolds, gave an opportunity to learn and understand the skills
required forjob training.
Local employers were encouraged to contact a teacher coordinator at school when they had a
training station available. Students then were given the opportunity to further their occupational
abilities with the guidance of professional help. ICT prevented exploitation ot' young workers and
developed respect for education by proposing that employers recommend occupational education to
young applicants for employment.
Outstanding students were recognized for their abilities, interest, and performance.
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Row 1: Ken Hill, Robert Brown, Tony Allen, Keith Harpe, Tony Flake, Ronald Miller, John Gregory. Row 2: James Atkinson,
Qfxniylg Randall, Ira Simpson, James Flake. Row 3: Ronald Mills, Glenn Bethea, Leodis Jennings, Raymond McAllister, Kenneth
This year a new club was chartered here at Andrews,
the Professional Men. They are sponsored by Senior Pro-
fessional Men. The primary objective of the club was to
render needed services to both the school and the commu-
nity, while providing its members with the opportunity to
gain valuable experience in public relations.
President ............... Raymond McAllister
Vice President . . . . ,... . .Ira Simpson
Secretary .... . . James Atkinson 12
Treasurer . . . . . . James Flake
Wonder what the professional men are up to now?l
Pep Club Keeps Up Morale Ut Raiders
This year a pep club was formed at Andrews to
help increase school spirit at ball games and pep
rallies. The club consisted of cheerleaders and oth-
er student body members who were enthusiastic
about the Red Raiders. The members got the stu-
dents involved in these sports events by handing
out Raider buttons before the games. Mrs. Byerly
advised this new club and helped them get off to a
Row 1: Carol Carpenter, Freddie Nash, Joni
Cullcr. Row 2: Johnnie Mae O'Neil, Gwen Clinton,
Cindy Brown, jackie Byrd, Marcia Davis, Lisa Ever-
hart, llartensia Davis, Michelle McDowell, Glenda
johnson, Susie Glenn, Anita Dicken, Carolyn War-
ford, Sherry White. Row 3: Ellen Quinn, llka jack-
son, Merci Murchison, Bernita Giles, Maggie Daw-
kins, Beverly Williams, Brenda Gaines, Faye War-
ren, Regina Ferree, Delores Wallace, Vicki Walker,
Gail Steele. Row 4: Meta Young, Enola Allen,
Geraldine Powell, Mary Harris, Ella Twick, Vernice
Davis, Denise Davis, Darlene McCollough, Flo Cros-
by, Wanda Williams, Delores Evans, Patti Mellis.
Row 5: Mrs. Bullins, 'Teresa Cox, Jamie Peters,
Terri Tumer, Sheila Inman, Susan Dverman, Becky
Hutson, Carole Stone, ,Ian Weatherly, janet Corns,
Nancy Turner, Angie Welborn.
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Booster Club Supports Raiders
The Booster Club had another good year at
Andrews. The club consisted of teachers, parents,
or any adults interested in supporting Andrews'
athletic endeavors. This group not only supported
our athletic program with money, but also with
their presence at the ball games, wrestling matches,
golf toumaments, and track events. One of the
main projects of the year was a spaghetti supper in
the school cafeteria.
The athletes and student body appreciated the
hard work that these members put forth this year
that helped to make Andrews Number One.
Outstanding Booster Club member is recognized.
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Require The Patience Of Our Teachers
1 Y 2 Y 3 PUSH! Don't let it get you down, girls.
The aims of the Physical Education De-
partment at Andrews this year were to pro-
vide healthy, wholesome, recreational activi-
ties for students. They strove to stimulate
and develop muscular skills through partici-
pation in activities which would generate
fair play habits and create a spirit ol' good
Basketball, tennis, and track were a few
ot' the included activities.
Driver's Education provides for safer roads and highways
Row 1: Miss Thomas. Row 2: Bernie Mclilrath, Wanda Walton, Betty Bambalis, Debbie johnson, Valeria Jett, Mary Lynn Morris,
Anna Gainey, Brenda Proctor, Betsy llaymore, Susan Craven. Row 3: Flo Crosby, Nikki llollingsworth, Sheila lnman, ,lackie
Saunders, Joey Gibson, Karen Simmons, Thelma Clark, Phyllis Lovette, Terri Turner. Row 4: Sharyn Moore, Debbie Allred,
Darlene Massey, Orleatha McNeil, ,ludy Williams, Alice Grainger, Susan Bnie. Row 5: Brenda McLain, Ellen Quinn, Denise Davis,
Kathy LcGrande, Mary llarris, Almita Perkins. Row 6: Merci Murchison, Judy Richardson, Terri Warren, Patti Mellis, Jane
purpose of the GAA. The GAA consisted of girls who en-
joyed most any sport and were also willing and able to put
forth effort and time to achieve abilities in the field of sports.
While the girls met everyday during seventh period, they
had an opportunity to develop skills in such sports as: basket-
ball, softball, archery, ping-pong, volleyball, tennis, speedball,
track and bowling.
From the GAA the girls' basketball team was chosen. ll
was composed of girls that had acquired good basketball
skills and an appreciation of the sport.
'a' Also, Andrews lied Raiders stickers for car windows were
sold by the GAA as a sign of school spirit.
President ..................... Debbie johnson
Vice President . . . ..,. Mary Lynn Morris
Secretary . . . . . Wanda Walton
Treasurer . .
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. . . . Bernie Mclilrath
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Monogram Club Honors Athletes For Their Participation In Sports
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actively participated in sports at Andrews this year
and who have earned a letter in one or more sports.
Letters were earned in football, basketball, golf,
swimming, track, and baseball. Coach Hunter spon-
sored this group of outstanding young men.
Row 1: Ken Hill, Harold Nash, Ricky Smith, John
Gregory, James Flake, Steve Small, James Atkin-
son, Ronald Miller, Curtis Wilson, J. P. Mellis. Row
2: Steve Weatherman, Hank Ledford, Mike Wasser-
man, Jeff York, Ronald White, Jack Powell, Breck
Culler, Chuck Denisio, David Campbell, Wesley
McGee. Row 3: Johnny Evans, Roy Evans, Shane
Wright, Allan Campbell, Mike Brown, Timmy
Johnson, Ron Dixon, Jim Harris, Kevin Culler,
Ronnie Overman. Row 4: David Draughn, Joe
Cheek, Billy Sorrell, Sammy Little, Randy Yow,
Randy Ledwell, Dale Pendry. Row 5: Jimmy Ivey,
Robin Rice, Mike McDowell. Row 6: Coach
FCA Encourages Athletes To Possess Sportsmanship and A
Christian-like Attitude In Their Endeavors
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes helped to
instill in its members a sense of t1'ue sportsmanlike
conduct and tried to join the ideas of Christian
fellowship with those of sports. Membership was
open to any young men who had participated in
varsity sports. This year, not only were these men
of service to athletics but also participated in com-
munity causes. Coach Boswell and Coach Wight-
man headed up the group this year.
Row 1: Jimmey Ivey, Mike Wasserman, Roy An-
drews, Mike Brown, Jeff York, DavidDraughn,
Kevin Culler, Bobby Green, Harold Nash. Row 2:
Johnny Evans, Jack Powell, Jeff Hutcherson,
Ronald White, Shane Wright, Jimmy Atkinson,
James Flake. Row 3: Breck Culler, Ricky Smith,
Mike McDowell, J. P. Mellis, Chuck Denisio, John
Gregory, Glenn Bethea, Steve Small, Randy Robin-
Row 1: Geraldine Powell, Teresa Holland, Brenda Gaines, Glennie Parsons, Joyce Miller, Cotrelia Nlclnnis, Cynthia Kindle, Sandy
Allred, Kim lVleMahan, Cathey Floyd, Camille Bailey, llebbie Burleson, Betty Bambalis. Row 2: Janet Carter, 'l'hercsa l7eI,aine,
Darlene Massey, Mary Royals, Burton Davis, Pam Jarrett, Melinda Jester, Susan Horney, Dianne ll all, Tammy Callimore, Sue
Couch, Karen Griffith, Lizabeth Petty, Connie Berger, llenry limbler.
Camille Bailey and Cathey Floyd enjoy making Mr. Russell'sjob
a little easier.
Several students gave up their study hall time to per-
form a service to the school, By typing, answering tele-
phones, running errands and working in the library, these
students aided the offices, teachers, and students. They
proved to be of invaluable assistance to those in the
library. Some donated their services to help teachers in
the physical education department and on various office
Bus Drivers Transport Students Safely
This year at Andrews, school transportation was
a serious undertaking which called for alertness and
vigilance on the part of the drivers. Because of the
new school boundary lines, there was more cross
city busing. This required an abundance of capable
drivers. To provide for a more orderly bus, moni-
tors were chosen. As always, the goal of the drivers
was to transport students without mishap.
Row 1: Freddie Nash, Randy L. Jones, Larry
Murvin, Doug Ridge, Tim Kirkman, John Quick,
Mr. Bolds. Row 2: Bill Elliott, Eric Smith, Kara
Kiger, Dwight Miller, Randy Wagoner, Ronald Phil-
lips, Mike Kimble, Clarence Reed. Row 3: Greg
Owens, Danny Talley, Mike Springer, Joe Dill.
Row 4: Robby Rogers, Levander Perkins.
School Store Provides Valuable Service to the Students
Bus DriversfSchool Store
Andrew's students were fortunate this year in
having an efficient school store. Run by students
who gave their free time, the store proved to be an
asset. Several small disasters were prevented by
having a school store which was open during school
hours, and which carried instructional supplies at a
reasonable price. All profits were used for school
Rayma enjoys helping students in need.
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Cafeteria Serves Nutritious Meals to Many Students
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The cafeteria staff here at Andrcws worked dili-
gently to provide nourishing meals. Much prepara-
tion was put into the menus to be certain that each
person had a chance of purchasing a well-balanced
lunch. Both teachers and students took advantage
of this fine facility.
Row 1: Elease Terry, Marie Smith, Elizabeth Wat-
son, Bertha Buiu. Row 2: Dot Hill, Nettie Floyd,
Possible Future Nurses Participate In Red Cross Club
The Red Cross consisted of high school girls in
the High Point area that were willing to participate
in volunteer work at the High Point Memorial
Hospital and the Blood Mobile. While aiding the
nurses and patients at the hospital, and helping
with blood donors at the Blood Mobile, the girls
learned their responsibilities as future nurses.
After the Red Cross Volunteers were able to
cheer up the patients by visiting them and distri-
buting joke books issued monthly, the volunteers
also aided the nurses by separating and delivering
mail, checking up on and refilling pitchers of ice
water for patients, and helping out at the front
desk. Blood Mobile workers filed the donations
that were received, and kept donors quiet after
Uniforms that were required to be worn during
work were bought by the girls, who received their
cap and pin in an installation.
Row 1: Debbie Hilton, Susan Moore, Diane Wall,
Trina Allred, Terri Gallman. Row 2: Kathy Rober-
son, Andrienne Diggs, Marcia Davis, Penny Hinkle,
Janice Calhoun, Anne llorney, Robin Sook. Row
3: Cetrina Love, Rhonda Griffith, Janice Barker,
Cafeteria! Red Cross
Staffs Work To Keep Andrews Safe And Clean
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Shown are Helen Spears and James Griffin, two members ofthe
Andrews' maintenance staff.
The nightwatchmen at Andrews had a lonely
but intriguing job. Each night they walked the
darkened halls to be sure there were no un-
authorized visitors. Mr. Reep and Mr. Seltz had
to split their watch between Northeast and An-
drews but they did a thorough job in protecting
our school property.
Going into the building and around the
campus, one found that our maintenance crews
were on the job constantly. The sweeping ol'
floors and cutting ol' grass were only a few of
the important tasks they performed for our
school this year.
Mr. Heep protects the school by keeping all doors locked. Mr. Seltz checks halls and buildings for prowlers.
Throughout history, man has recognized and marked for special honor, those
who excel. Ancient and medieval universities established their honor societies. ln
modern times, the coveted honor of election to Phi Beta Kappa outranks all other
distinctions a college can bestow. In election to the National Honor Society, the
secondary school faculty honored the attainments already made and recognized
the promise they contain of continued excellence in the cherished ideals of a
lnductions were held for new members twice each year, once in the fall for
seniors and once in the spring for juniors. Criteria for membership was based on
four qualities: leadership, character, scholarship and service. Every member ex-
celled in all four categories. Membership in the National Honor Society has
become recognized nationally as one of the highest honors that can be bestowed
upon a high school student. Membership was, however, more than an honor: it
carried with it a responsibility and was considered the beginning of an obligation,
not merely the successful culmination of an effort to achieve recognition and
honor. Officers of the 1972-73 National Honor Society were: President: Bill
Medlin: Vice President: Raymond McAllister: Secretary: Connie Allred: Treasurer:
Another society set up for the purpose of recognizing those students who
excelled in academic areas only, was the Beta Club. ln order to become a member
of this organization, students must have maintained an over all average of 3.5 as
juniors and 3.0 as seniors. lnductions were held once this year at which time all
qualified juniors and seniors were invited to join. Officers of the 1972-73 Beta
Club were: President: Joe Cheek: Vice President: Toni Warren: Secretary: Anne
Clary: Treasurer: Elizabeth Petty.
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Students Receive Highest Honors
Sealed: Marcia Edwards, Deb-
bie Frady, Anne Clary, Pat
Corns, Donise Roberts, Loy
larrett, Cindy Morris, Becky
Young. Standing: Jimmy At-
kinson, Alice Gibson, Susan
Craven, Kim Gallimore, John
Leonard, Cathy Faver, Mary
,lo Morris, J. l'. Mellis, Wesley
Seated: Mike Nlcllowcll, Sandi
Gilchrist, Bill Ma-dlin, Cathey
Floyd, Toni W arren, Raymond
McAllister. Standing: Sherry
Livengood, Bonnie Poovey,
Joe Cheek, Teresa Holland,
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Row 1: Mary Lynn
Morris, Elizabeth Petty,
Connie Berger, Elaine
Howard, Cathy lfaver,
Bonnie Poovcy, Sherry
Livengood. Row 2:
Cathey Floyd, Susan
Craven, Cindy Nlorris,
Anne Clary. Debbie
Bollinger, Sandy Gil-
christ, Nlary jo Nlorris,
Toni Warren. Row 3:
Mark Seehler, Wesley
McGee, Alice Gibson,
Camille Bailey, john
Leonard, joe Cheek,
Melanie Little, Patty
Ward, Kevin Culler.
Row 1: Larry Logan, Teresa Holland, janice McCullough, Teresa Garcia, Veleria jett, Phyllis Lovctte, jane
Hutchins, Terri Gallman, Dixie Ahl, Penny Hinkle, Wanda Walton, Laurie Blackburn, Loy j arrett, Bill lVl4-dlin, Becky
Young, Doug Susong, Hank Ledford, john Swaim. Row 2: Melanie Little, Marty Cox, Susan Horne-y, karen
lIril'l'ith, Hob Blackley, Annabelle lVlcCoss, Marcia Edwards, j ell' Smoyer, Terry Malpass. Row 3: j ames Atkinson.
Vicki Cook, Terri Cook, jackie W1-bb, Chryl flibsoinj. P. Me-llis, Clyde Hewitt, Mike Mcllowcll.
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Wallace. Anne Horney, Doris Eas-
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Row 2-Sponsors: Miss Morgan,
Mrs. Townsend, Nadine Quick.
Angela Ingram, LuAnn Ingram.
Pertina Ingram, Brenda Gaines,
Debbie llilton. Row 3-Sherry
Livengood, Sandi Gilchrist, Patti
Yale. Row 4-Janice McCulloch,
Pam Smith, Betty Allen.
The Anchor Club of Andrews
lligh participated in several activ-
ities this year. A few of these ac-
tivities were participating in the
Pilot Club Country Store. making
treats for the children of the lligh
Point Kindergarten of the llandi-
capped, dressing dolls for the
Salvation Army. and building a
float for homecoming which won
first place in the competition.
Under the supervision of Mrs.
Townsend and Nliss Morgan. the
Club has greatly served the school
and community. They have suc-
cessfully fulfilled their goals: To
promote leadership, ability and
Being sponsored by Pilot ln-
ternational. the Anchor Club
hoped to send a member to Phil-
adelphia to Freedom Foundation.
The officers were: President,
Susan Horney: Yice-President.
Gail Wallg Secretary, Teresa Gar-
cia: Treasurer. Tamzie Wallace:
Historian, Anne llorneyg Direc-
tors, Dianne Wall, Doris Easter,
and Jill Dorsett.
. Barbara Bailey
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. Marcia Edwards
. Marcia Davis
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T0 GREATER HEIGHTS
Members showed their school spirit by decorating athletes' lockers.
Sponsored by the local
chapter of Senior Civitans,
the junior Civinette Club
provided for its members
opportunities for fellow-
ship, social activities, and
service to school and com-
Parties were held for
needy people in the
Thanksgiving and Christ-
mas seasons. To raise
money and at the same
time to arouse school
spirit, the girls sold flowers
on Homecoming. Many
other service and money
making projects were held
throughout the school
Their president, jackie
Webb, led the club in all
their activities. Andrews
Civinettes have definitely
proved to be an asset to
Officers were: Jackie
Webb, President, Patti
Mindy Neely, Secretaryg
Mickey Key, Treasurerg
Marsha Horlick, Pat Hea-
gan, Susan Overman, His-
torians. Advisors were Mrs.
Bullins and Mrs. Link.
Civinettes relaxed and talked over plans.
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ln order to develop leader-
ship. individual responsibility,
and international goodwill. the
Interact Club, sponsored by
the liotary of I-Iigh Point, cn-
gaged in many useful projects
and activities this year. 'l'o
help the appearance ot' the
school grounds, the club clean-
ed the parking lots and sur-
rounding areas on occasion.
By working together, the
Interacts built a very substan-
tial float for Homecoming.
Faculty sponsor, Stu Allen,
assisted by the club president,
Robbie McGowan fought dili-
gently to regain the club's
charter this year. Fortunately
the charter was returned and
the group began a year which
proved to be successful.
Officers: President, Robbie
Steve Sizcmoreg Secretary,
Wesley McGee: and Treasurer,
Left: Row 1: Randy johnson,
,lim Ferguson, Johnnie Braica,
Mark jones, Ed Adams, Doug
Burrow. Row 2: Steve
Shubert, Kevin Coffield. Row
3: Wesley McGee, Ronnie
lilurr, Hoy Dixon, Robbie
McGowan, Steve Sizemore.
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KEYETTES STEP UP AND REACH HIGHER GOALS
Left: Row 1: Pat Corns,
Cathey Floyd, Camille Bailey,
Lynne Freeman, Becky
Young, Mary Jo Morris,
Brenda Stroud, Brenda Mc-
Clain, Teresa Cox. Row 2:
Terri Nooe, Dawn Stroud,
Cindy llackler, Terri Walker,
Libby Wright, Susan Craven,
Anne Clary, Toni Warren,
Craven. Row 3: Deby
Jackson. Row 4: Kathy Ben-
nett, Jan Hedrick, Betty Bam-
balis, jamie Peters, Amy Ger-
ringer, Brenda McCaslin, Alicia
Moore, Paula Gulledge, ,lan
Parrish, Joni Peters, Darenda
Rogers. Row 5: Patra Moore,
Terri Turner, Debbie Ostran-
der, Karen Parsley, Linda llel-
ton, Melanie Stack, Cindy
Morris, Cindy Brown, Patti
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The Student Council Girls'
Service Club Award for
1971-72 was presented to the
Keyette Service Club of An-
drews lligh for their outstand-
ing service to thc school and
to the community. This year
has also proved to be a suc-
cessful one for the girls.
To carry out their purpose
of developing serviceable citi-
zenship by a daily living of the
Golden Rule, the Keyettes
engaged in many worthwhile
projects and activities. A fash-
ion show sponsored by the
Velvet Door of Greensboro
was held to raise money for
the support of an orphan
child. Thanksgiving and Christ-
mas provided still more times
for the girls to display their
enthusiasm by helping needy
Faculty sponsors for the
Keyettes this year were Sandra
Johnson and Ann Byerly.
Both were pleased with the
success of their club. The Key-
ette Club of Andrews has eer-
tainly displayed those qualities
which only an outstanding
service club possesses.
President, Patra Moore,
Vice-President, Cindy Morris,
Corresponding Secretary. Pat
Cornsg Recording Secretary,
Libby Wrightg Treasurer,
Camille Bailey: llistorian,
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Andrews. Some of their service projects included cleaning up
the parking lot after homecoming, sponsoring a paper drive,
taking candy to the childrenis ward at the hospital. entering a
float in the homecoming competition. and attending the
District Convention in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The
Key Club was sponsored by the Kiwanis of lligh Point and
Mr. Therrell served as their teacher sponsor.
Officers: President, Ronnie Lassiter! Vice-President,
Randy Ledwelli Secretary. Kevin Cullerg 'l'reasurer, Bill Nled-
ling Chaplain, ,I. P. Xlellis: Sergeant at Arms, Jeff llutcherson
and Shane ll right.
Row 1-Scotty Lassiter, Buba Saunders,
Ronnie Lassiter, Jimmy Ivey. Row 2-Ronnie
Dennis, Bill Medlin, Keith Naylor, Ricky
Smith, jeff Hutcherson. Row 3: David
Dawkins, Kevin Culler, Shane Wright, Timmy
johnson, Mike Brown.
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The T. Wingate Andrews Ju-
niorettes placed as their goal for
1972-73 to do service to those
girls in the club, as well as their
school and community, Spon-
sored by the lligh Point junior
Women's Club, Junioreltes par-
ticipated in the city-wide glass
collection and the Junior Wom-
en's Club Hegammurw sale held at
The girls met bi-monthly to
discuss such activities as bake
sales, book sales, collecting for
heart fund and TB, and visiting
Murdock, a home for retarded
children. As a special project the
club sold POW-MIA bracelets in
an effort to raise more money to
free the prisoners in Viet Nam.
This project was a big success be-
cause of the juniorettes' hard
work and the support ol' the stu-
The advisors ol' the club, Nlrs.
Nan Bowles and Mrs. Carolyn
Planson helped the girls to fullfill
their purposes of promoting in-
tellectual, spiritual, and social
growth among the future women
of lligh Point.
C RRY U T A UTHER GREAT YEA
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Row 1-Vicki Walker, llistoriang
Sandy Underwood, Presidentg
Debbie Bollinger, Seeretaryg
Laurie Blackburn, Chaplain. Row
2-Bonnie Poovey, Vice-Presidentg
Jane Waller, Treasurer.
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Connie Allred, Sharon Dull,
Sheila Gallman, Dixie Ahl, jamie
Smith. Row 2-Vicki Walker,
Carol Maxwell. Row 3-Mrs. Plan-
son, Mrs. Bowles, Melanie Little,
,lane Waller, Beverly Henderson,
Myra lludspeth, Sandy Under-
wood. Row 4--Ellen Quinn, julia
Gibson, Sandra Harbinson, Laurie
Blackburn, Sharyn Moore, Debby
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CLE5 VILL BE
Through diligent efforts and much cooperation from members, Juniorettes were awarded second place in float
Being sponsored by the High
Point junior Chamber ol' Com-
merce. the junior ,lay cecs ol' An-
drews provided the school with
their time and effort through
various projects in the year. Un-
der the sponsorship ot' Mr. john
Therrell, the organization ex-
tended its service throughout the
Club membership extended to
any young man, whether rising
sophomore, junior, or senior, with
the restriction of maintaining at
least a C average. All members
learned to work well with others
of the same age. and to practice
good sportmanship. One ot' the
projects performed by the club
this year was the sponsoring ol' a
Miss Christmas Seal for Iligh
Point, Cindy Campbell.
Ollie:-rs: President, David
Nliller: Y ice-President. ,I amos
Nlurphyx Secretary -Treasurer,
Nlike McDowell: Sergeant at
Arms, Billy Sorrell.
Right: Row l-Doug Miller, Ilank
Ledford. james Murphy, David
Miller, Nlike Draughan, Ronnie
Ward. Mike McDowell. Row
2-Doug 'l'hompson, Chuck
Denisio, Roy Andrews, ,lay Chris-
tensen, Ricky Ward, Scott Brown,
David Sexton, David Church.
Row 3-,Ion Kemp, john
Leonard, Gary Parsons, Richard
Larkins, Craig King. Doug Susong,
Khon Dixon, Grant Nielson,
Keith Naylor, Mike Dunigan,
Mark Rouse, jimmy Jones, Barry
Stutts, Don Wade, Billy Sorrell.
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Sophomore Class Officers: Mark Green, President. Patty Underwood, Seeretaryl Shilfytl Moore, Treasurer: Laura Kirby, Vice President.
There are so many doors, maybe
Doug just stopped reading the signs.
What is a Sophomore?
A Sophomore is a new arrival who is just beginning to get his high sehool experience
together. This year, Andrews Sophomores did a good job of beginning.
First, Sophomores elected as leaders from among their midst l'resident, Nlarlx tlreen, liiee
l'i'esident, Laura Kirbyi Secretary, Patty llnderwoodg and Treasurer, Sharyn Nloore. 'l'hen,
under the able leadership ol' their sponsors, Nlrs. lflythe, llrs. 'l'ownsend, and Coach Nleltae.
Sophomores set out to get involved in pep rallies. llomecoming, Club pledging, lteview and
Preview, eandy sales to raise money lor the yearbook, tests and more tests, htudent tiouneil,
and finally, the ordering of those eherished elass rings.
.Xndrews Class oi' 75, this yearis Sophomores, have begun to get it all together and now
anxiously await their next years.
'Slam afraid youid better stick to bieyelesfa
Sophomore Class Sponsors: fleft to rightj Mrs. Townsend, Coach Mcliae, Mrs. Flythe.
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Doug liurrow, Vice-President, Keith Naylor, Secretary: Standing:
Chris Exline, President.
junior Class Sponsors: Mrs. Bullins and Coach Hunter.
These Juniors are diligently working on their PSAT s
Take enthusiasm, creativeness, spunk, audacity, inge-
nuity, lightheartedness with only a dash of common
sense, barrels of fun, and a strong sense ol' pride in being a
Raider put it all together and ZAPI What else could you
get except a Junior.
That's right, Andrews' '73 Juniors, who are through
with being Sophomores and are anticipating being Se-
niors, have contributed largely to making this one really
great year. Led by Class President Chris Exline, Vice-
President Doug Burrow, Secretary Keith Naylor, and
Treasurer Laura Eaton, this year's Juniors have conquered
PSAT's, club pledging, and football fliight onlj, and have
participated in College Day, llomecoming, Career Day,
candy sales -you name it, they participated.
So juniors, keep on putting it all together, and just
remember: ONE MORE YEAR!!
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College? Nlarriage? Career? 'These are the questions Seniors are
faced with every year. This year's Senior Class was no exception.
Applications were sent off to colleges all over the Eastern Seaboard
in a fury of excitement. DECA and ICT trained many Seniors with
skills they would use all their lives. Many young men and women
became confronted with the prospect of marriage.
With john Leonard fPresidentj, Wesley McGee fVice-Presidcntj,
Teresa llolland tSecretaryj, and Sandy Underwood tTreasurerj lead-
ing, the Senior Class of 1972-1973 sold World's Finest Chocolate to
get the class out of debt from the previous year's prom. Many
questions arose this year. Two of the most prominent concerned the
question of whether or not to have a prom and a formal graduation.
A large part of the class felt a voluntary graduation ceremony
should be offered.
Many Seniors distinguished themselves in various activities this
year. Raymond McAllister was past president of the North Carolina
Association of Student Councils. Raymond also attended Senate
Youth Forum. Bill Nledlin and john Leonard attended Boys State.
Bonnie l'oovey received a distinguished English award from the
North Carolina Council of Teachers of English. Sandi Gilchrist
attended Girls State. Cindy Morris was crowned lligh Pointis Junior
Nliss. Becky Young was first runner-up in this eontest. Teresa
llolland was one of the five finalists, and Pertena Ingram was
awarded the Most Talented Nonrlfirlalist. Bill Medlin and his partner
Chris Exline placed within the top ten teams nationally in debate.
Harold Nasir was chosen to participate in the Shrine Bowl Football
Game. Sandi Gilchrist, Bill Nledlin, Jeff Schmoyer, David Kidwell,
Liz Petty, Tim Bottoms, Kim Gallimore, Sherry Livengood, Judy
Nlader, Clyde llewitt and John Leonard competed in the lligh l.Q.
Bowl. Many other students excelled in various fields and events.
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Dan Adams 938 Forrest Street
Dixie Ahl 903 Kelton Place
GAA 1 J uniorettes 3, 4 Northeast Newspaper Staff 1
Betty Allen 2416 Dallas Avenue
Anchor Club 3, 4 Junior Advisor 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Band Secretary 3,
4 Band Award for Outstanding Service 3
Enola Allen 203-B Morgan Street
FHA 1 Reverie Staff 4 VICA 4
Connie Allred 304 Knoll Court
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3 Co-head .2 Chorus 1 FHA 3 FHA President 3
Juniorettes 3 4 Marshal 3 NHS 3, 4 NHS Secretary 4 Student
Council 1, 2 Student Council Secretary 1 Citizenship Award 1 Beta
Club 3, 4 Who's Who Award 3 Youth on Ministries 4 Who's Who 4
James Angel 608 Hawthorne Street
Becky Appleton 36 29-B Suffolk Avenue
Cheerleader 3 Library Staff Club 2 Monogram Club 2 Spanish Club
2, 3 Student Council 2, 3 Beta Club 3, 4 FHA 1 Latin Club 2 Pep
Club 1, 2, 3
Terry Archie 301-C Harrison Street
VICA 3, 4 Football 1, 2 John Henry Award 3 Basketball 1 Track 1
M. W. Randall Award 3
Jim Atkinson 510 Asburn Street
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Professional
Men's Club 4 NHS 4 Who's Who 4
Camille Bailey 1448 Madison Ave.
Band 1 Chorus 1 Keyettes 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 4 Marshal 3 Office Staff
4 Spanish Club 4 Beta Club 3, 4 Rainbows 1, 2 Girl Soouts 1, 2, 3, 4
Carla Ballard 3234 Stimpson Street
Betty Bambalis 907 Tabor Street
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3 FHA 3 GAA 2, 3, 4 Keyettes 4 Spanish Club 4
Homecoming Court 2, 3, 4
Kathy Bennett 1204 Guyer Street
FHA 3 Keyettes 3, 4 Student Congress 3
Connie Berger 1730 Waverly
Cheerleader 1, 2 Civinettes 2, 3, 4 Historian 3 Coaches Office Staff
3, 4 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 Outstanding in Spanish 3 Homecoming
Court 2, 4 Beta Club 3, 4
Glenn Bethea 833 Willow Place
Basketball 2, 3, 4
Laurie Blackburn 1004 Woodview Court
FHA 1 French Club 4 Juniorettes 3, 4 Chaplain 4 Keyettes 2
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Club 4 Intramurals 1 Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3
Chamber Orchestra Drama Club 1
Bob Blackley 1805 Guyer Street
Debbie Bollinger 35 25 Imperial Drive
Cheerleader 1 French Club 4 Juniorettes 3, 4 Secretary 4 Keyettes 2
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Club 4 Student Council 2 Beta Club 3, 4
Tri-M 2, 3, 4 Drama Club 1 Chamber Orchestra 3 Rainbows 2, 3, 4
Girl Scouts 2
Joan Borowski 3507 Imperial Drive
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Art Club 2, 3, 4
Tim Bottoms 3401 Hillside Drive
Band 1, 2, 3, 4
Keith Bowers 502 Blain Court
Rayma Bray 3412 Langdale Drive
Spanish Club 4 Student Council 1, 4 Outstanding in Spanish 3
James Bronson 416 N. Centennial
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 VICA 4
Roy Brown 606 Centennial Street
Mike Bryant 908 Forrest Street
William Buckson 515 Radford Street
Debbie Burleson 802 E. Farris Ave.
Cheerleader 1 Chorus 1 Civinettes 4 Coaches Office Staff 3, 4
Student Council 1 Drama Club 3, 4 Secretary 3 President 4
Braxton Burney 716 Montlieu Ave.
Bessie Butler 1607-C Edmundson St.
VICA 4 Secretary 4
Steve Cagle 1610 Grantham Drive
Betty Camp 1132 Biltmore Avenue
Cindy Campbell Route 1 Old Mill Road
Civinettes 4 GAA 1 Vice-President 1 Keyettes 3 Spanish Club 3, 4
Student Council 1 Homecoming Queen 4
David Campbell Route 1, Box 212
Band 1, 2, 3 Monogram Club 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 1, 2,
Anthony Cardwell 209 Hedgecock Road
VICA 3, 4
David Carter 606 Woodrow Avenue
Band 1 Jr. Jaycees 2, 3
David Cartner 1010 Tabor Street
Debbie Case 1603 York Avenue
David Cates 3425 Pine Valley Road
Band 1 Chorus 1 Football 1 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4
Rickey Cathey 1322 Boundary Avenue
Joe Cheek 3405 Bentbrook Drive
Band 1 French Club 4 Jr. Jaycees 2, 3 Vice-President 2 Monogram
Club 2, 3, 4 Nat. Honor Society 3, 4 Student Council 2, 3, 4
President of Junior Class 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2
Baseball 2, 3, 4 Track 1 Beta Club 3, 4 President 4 FCA 3, 4
Journalism 4 Drama 1 Who's Who 4
David Church 918 Forrest Avenue
French Club 3, 4 Jr. Jaycees 2, 3, 4
Anne Clary 811 East Farriss Avenue
Chorus 1 Keyettes 3, 4 Reverie Staff 3, 4 Clubs Editor 4 Science
Club 3, 4 Secretary-Treasurer 4 Spanish Club 4 Beta Club 3, 4
Secretary 4 Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4 Rainbows 2, 3, 4 TB-RD Youth
Board 2, 3, 4 Pres. of High Point Division 3, 4 Green St. Baptist
Church Touring Choir NHS 4
Lillie Clinton 1614 West Avenue
Library Staff Club 4 Nat. Forensic League 3, 4 Reverie Staff 4
Roger Clinton 304 Cedar Street
Basketball 3 Track 3 Cross Country 3
Conlest Clyburn 27-D Daniel Brooks Apt.
Ronnie Cobb 3601 Westfield Street
VICA 2, 3
Rocky Collier 1314 Boundary Avenue
Library Staff Club 1 Office Staff 3 Student Council 3 Art Club 1, 2,
3, 4 Vice-President 1, 2 Dean's Assistant 3 High Salesman in Candy
Terri Lynn Cook 3522 Langdale Drive
Cheerleader 1 Chorus 1 Civinettes 4 French Club 3 Keyettes 2, 3
Office Staff 4 Student Council 1 Coaches Office Staff 3
Vicki Cook 3826 Langdale Drive
Juniorettes 3, 4
Alberta Cooke 503 Ellwood Drive
DECA 3 GAA 1
Pat Corns 1215 Guyer Street
Band 1 Chorus 1 Keyettes 2, 3, 4 Correspondence Sec. 4 Reverie
Staff 2, 3, 4 Clubs Ed. 3 Asso. Editor in Chief 4 Science Club 3, 4
Spanish Club 3, 4 Secretary 4 Outstanding Service on Yearbook 3
Quill and Scroll 4 lnterclub Council 4 Church Youth Council 2, 3, 4
Vice-President 2 President 3, 4 Church Organist 2, 3, 4 Youth Choir
Pianist 2, 3, 4 Children's Choir Pianist 2, 4 Beta Club 4 NHS 4
Janice Cotton 836 Willow Place
DECA 3, 4 Student Council 1
Janice Cowan 1602 Cook Street
Marti Cox 404 Summitt Road
Reverie Staff 4 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 Art Club 3, 4 President 4
lnterclub Council 4
Donna Craven 404 Greenwood Drive
Susan Craven 3840 Tanyard Road
FHA 1 Vice-President 1 French Club 4 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary 1
Keyettes 3, 4 Chaplain 4 Orchestra 1 Reverie Staff 3 Junior Business
Manager 3 Tennis 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 1 Softball
1, 2 Sophomore Class Treasurer 2 Beta Club 3, 4 NHS 4 Youth
Council 4 Who's Who 4
Rhonda Crone 1616 Brockette Street
Breck Culler 1524 McGuinn Avenue
Key Club 2, 3, 4 Monogram 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Golf 1, 2,
3, 4 Wrestling 1 Basketball 2
Kevin Culler 1524 McGuinn Avenue
French Club 4 Key Club 2, 3, 4 Secretary 4 Marshal 3 Monogram
Club 3, 4 Nat. Forensic League 3 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2
Track 1, 2, 3 Swimming 3 Who's Who 4
Rankin Darby 3428 Imperial Drive
Key Club 2, 3
Joey Darr 1803 Guyer St.
Football 1 Swimming 2
Beanie Davis 1608 Boundary Ave.
VICA 3, 4 Wrestling
Bernard Davis 1812-A Brockett
VICA 4 Vice-President 4 Football 1 Letter 8r Certificate 1
Eddie Davis Route 1, Kernersville
Marcie Lynn Davis 1108 North Main St.
Cheerleader 4 Civinettes 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 3 Chaplain 4 Office Staff
3 Spanish Award 3 Drama Club 1 Red Cross Club 4
Tony Davis 1525 Ann Arbor Road
Carl Dawkins 1203 Canden St.
Chorus 3 Forum Staff 3 VICA 3 Football 1
Laura DeLuca 1110 Forrest St.
VICA 3, 4 Youth Volunteers Red Cross 2, 3, 4
Bill Dickinson 3007 Covewood Drive
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Jr. Jaycees 3, 4 Orchestra 4 President 4 Band
Honorable Mention 2 Rock Band 1, 2, 3, 4
Carlton Diggs 303 Hobson St.
DECA 4 Chorus 2 Library Staff Club 1 Photography Club 2 Science
Sandra Dills 3027 Stimson St.
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4
Dianna Dobson 3408 Corvair Drive
Chorus 1, 3, 4 FHA 1 Parliamentarian 1 Office Staff 1 Talent Show
1 Homecoming Queen 1 Superlative 2 Booster Club 1 MMM 3, 4
Waver Doster 704 Mint Ave.
Mike Draughan 404 Westover Drive
French Club 4 Jr. Jaycees 2, 3, 4 President 2 Track 2, 3
Sherron Dull 1803 McGuinn Ave.
Band 1 Chorus 1 French Club 3, 4 Treasurer 4 GAA 3, 4 Juniorettes
2, 3, 4 Reverie Staff 3, 4 Business Editor 4 Tennis 3, 4 Social
Danette Duncan 1500 Guyer St.
DECA 3, 4 Library Staff Club 1 Orchestra 1 Y-Teens 1
Darrell Dunlap 820 Willow Place
Band 1, 2, 3, 4
Leroy Dunlap 916 Barbee St.
Chorus 1 Library Staff Club 3 Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4 VICA 1, 2,
3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3 All-City Basketball Player
Ted Durham 815 Impala Drive
French Club 2 Reverie Staff 4 Who's Who in American High School
Students 4 Math Club 3, 4
Doris Easter 129 Underhill St.
Anchor Club 4 GAA 2, 3
Marcia Edwards 624 Shadybrook Drive
Band 1 Cheerleader 2 Chorus 3, 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 Student
Council 1, 2, 3 Spanish Club Award 3 Math Club 3, 4 Secretary 4
Social Committee 1 Chairman 1, NHS 4
Bill Elliott 1928 N. Centennial
VICA 4 President 4 Bus Driver 3, 4
Gary Embler 3419 Greenhill Drive
600 Gordon St.
621 Woodlawn Road
Band 1 French Club 3, 4 Vice President 4 Marshal 3 Science Club 3
Student Council 1, 2, 3 Beta Club 3, 4 NHS 4
Jim Ferguson 3403 Imperial Drive
Chorus 1 Interact 2, 3, 4 Sergeant at Arms 4 Student Council 1
VICA 3, 4 President 3 Vice-President 4 Track 1
Regina Ferree 1010 Montlieu Ave.
Anchor Club 3, 4 Band 1 Chorus 3, 4 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Library Staff
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Talent Show 1 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4 Softball 1, 2, 3, 4
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4
James Flake 909 Barbee St.
Student Council 1 Campus Clean-Up Committee Football 1, 2, 3.
4 Football Award 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1 Basketball Award 1 Track 1,
2 Track Award 1, 2 Art Award 1 FCA 4
Tony Flake 909 Barbee St.
Student Council 1 Committee Chairman 1 Track 1 Football 1
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4
Sally Flowers 34-A Daniel Brooks Apts.
Chorus 1 NHS 1 Reverie Staff 3 Student Council 1 Vice-President l
Y-Teens 1 President of Monitorial Squad 1 Math Club 1 Outstanding
Member of Math Club 1 High Point Youth Council 3, 4
Cathey Floyd 1504 Chatham Drive
Band 1 FHA 1 Treasurer 1 Forum Staff 1 French Club 3, 4 Keyettes
2, 3, 4 Nat. Honor Society 3, 4 Office Staff 4 Orchestra 2 Reverie
Staff 3, 4 Science Club 3, 4 Student Council 1 All-Piedmont Band 1
Beta Club 3, 4 Merit's Who's Who 3, 4 Quill and Scroll 4 Drama
Club 1 Treasurer 1
Norma Foust 1508 Davis Ave.
Chorus 1, 2, 4 FHA 1 Y-Teens 1, 2
Debbie Frady 1503 Blain St.
Civinettes 2, 3, 4 French Club 2, 3, 4 GAA 1 Reverie Staff 3, 4
Associate Editor Student Life 4 Beta Club 3, 4 Latin Club 4 NHS 4,
Drama Club 1, Merit's Who's Who Among American High School
809 E. Farris Avenue
Jeff Freeman Route 1, Box 236
Jr. Jaycees 3, 4 Photography Club 3 Spanish Club 3, 4 Football 1, 2
Lynne Freeman 1129 Tabor St.
Chorus 1, 2 Keyettes 3, 4 Historian 4 Drama Club 4
Teresa Ann F roneberger 1406-A Davis Ave.
Chorus 1, 4 Newspaper 1 Page Editor 1 Library Staff Club 1 Nat.
Junior Honor Society 1 Secretary 1 Spanish Club 3, 4 Student
Council 1 Secretary 1 Y-Teens 1, 2 President 1 Pep Squad 1 Highest
Scholastic Average 1 Highest Scholastic Average in I.V. 1
Brenda Gaines 1119 Cedrow Drive
Anchor Club 1 Drama Club 1 Pep Club 1
Anna Gainey 310 Cedar St.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 GAA 4 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4
Kim Gallimore 1312 Guyer St.
Marshal 3 Football 1 Golf 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 4 Eagle Scout 2
Who's Who Among High School Students 4 Youth Council Youth
of the Month 4 Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4 Vice-President of Mu Alpha
Theta 4 Latin Club 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 4 Demolay 4 Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4
Beta Club 3, 4 Junior Scoutmaster 3, 4 NHS 4 Who's Who 4
Sheila Gallman 3510 Imperial Drive
11 Juniorettes 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1 Home Ec. Club 1 Drama
Terri Gallman 708 Willoubar Terrace
GAA 1 Art Club 4 Civinettes 3, 4 Spanish Club 4 Student Council 1
Newspaper 1 Coaching Staff 3 ' -
Teresa Garcia 1406 Chatham Drive
Anchor Club 2, 3, 4 Historian-Secretary 3, 4 Chorus 4 GAA 1,
2-Treasurer 1 Spanish Club 4 Y-Teens 1
Leessa Garrison 707 Montlieu Ave.
Band 1, 2, 3 Cheerleader 2 Chorus 1 Library Staff Club 1 Student
Council 3 Intramurals 1 Library Award 1 Young Life 2, 3
Joe Gaskin 202 Henry Place
Talent Show 1 Softball 1 Football 1 Basketball 4 Track 4 Wrestling
Teresa Gay 3422 Pine Valley Road
Band 1 FHA 1 French Club 3, 4 Juniorettes 3 Office Staff 3 Talent
Show 2 Intramurals 1 Guidance Office Certificate 3 Young Life 3
Alice Gibson 3805 Mulberry Lane
Beta Club 3, 4 Chorus 1 Science Club 3, 4-President 4 Spanish Club
4 Inter Club Council 4 Annual 2, 3, 4 Student Life Editor 3,
Editor-in Chief 4 Quill and Scroll 4 NHS 4 Who's Who 4
Chfyl Gibson 316 Louise Ave.
French Club 3, 4 Student Council 3
Gwen Gibson 3901 Beverly Hills Drive
Anchor Club 2 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 President 1 Chorus 4 French Club 4
GAA 1, 2 Treasurer 1 Juniorettes 3 Office Staff 1 Reverie Staff 4
Science Club 1 Secretary 1 Student Council 1, 2 Pep Club 4 Art
Club 1 Drama Club 1 Newspaper 1 Library Staff 1
Sandi Gilchrist 107 Asbill Ave.
Anchor Club 4 Beta Club 3, 4 Band 1,2 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 JCL 1, 2, 3,
4 Math Club 3, 4 NHS 3, 4 Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Chairman
Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Y-Teens 1 Youth Council 3, 4 Student
Council 1 Inter-Club Council 4 NFL 2, 3, 4 Secretary 4 President of
Math Club 4 Library Staff Club 1 Latin Club 4 President 4
Secretary-TBRD Youth Board 3, 4 Science Fair 2, 3
Sandra Gilley 1403 Blain St.
DECA 3, 4
Susan Gray 2105 Guyer St.
John Gregory 518 Ashburn St.
Chorus 4 Football 4 FCA 4
Sid Griffin 2001 McGuinn Drive
ICT 3 Jr. Jaycees 3 Chorus 2
Karen Griffith 1600 N. Hamilton St.
Art Club 4 FHA 3 Library Staff Club 4 Art Scholarship 1
Sharen Griffith 1600 N. Hamilton St.
Red Cross Club 3, 4 Art Scholarship 1
Chorus 1 FHA 1, 2 Art Club 1 Latin Club 2, 3
Route 2, Box 111
1615 Merrimon Place
Drama Club 3, 4
Chorus 1, '3 DECA 4 JCL 1
DECA 2, 3 DECA Representative 2, 3
1700 Cook Street
216 Weavil Street
912 Barbee Street
2501 Guyer Street
Jim Harris 1608 Seven Oaks Place
Key Club 2, 3, 4 Varsity Sports-Football 2 Swimming 2, 3, 4 Track
2, 3, 4
Randy Harris 3827 Beverly Hills Drive
Interact 4 Spanish Club 3, 4
Jeannie Harrington 3814 Beverly Hills Drive
Elizabeth Harrison 416 Hobson Street
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Raiderettes 1, 2 Y-Teens 1, 2 Office Staff 3 Choir 2,
3, 4 Chorus 2, 4
Kenneth Hayes 603 Willow Place
Science Club 1, Treasurer Intramural 1
Keith Hodgin Hidden Valley Drive, Jamestown
Chorus 1 Varsity Sports-Wrestling 1 Track 1
Ricky Hembree 533 East Dayton Street
VICA 3, 4 VICA, Vice-president 3
Beverly Henderson 2311 Timberlake Avenue
Juniorettes 2, 3, 4 FHA 1
John Roger Henderson 237 E. Parkway Avenue
DECA 3, 4, Representative, DECA 4 Baseball 4
Clyde Hewitt 1103 Dalewood Street
Chorus 1 Band 1 Math Club 3, 4 Photography 2, 3, 4 Science Club 4
Newspaper 2, 3, 4 Intramural 1 Library Staff Club 1 Track 1
American Chemical Award 3 Merit's Who's Who 4
Ken Hill 705 Harrison Street
FCA 4 Monogram Club 3, 4 Intramural 2, 3, 4 Football Team 3, 4
Basketball Team 3, 4 Captain, Football Team 4
Penny Hinkle 1610 S. Norwood Court
Chorus 1, 2 Math Club 4 Red Cross Club 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 4
FHA 1 Office Staff 3 Drama Club 1 Spanish Club Award 1 Red
Cross Volunteer 1, 2, 3, 4
Avis Lucette Hoke 841 Willow Place
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 MMM 1 Y-Teens 1 Intramural 1 Math Club Treasurer
1 Pep Club 1 Honorable Mention, Math Club l
Teresa Lynn Holland 712 N. Ellwood Drive
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 GAA 1 French Club 4 NHS 3, 4 Youth Council 2
Student Council 2, 3, 4 Who's Who 4 Inter-Club Council 4 News-
paper 4 NFL 3, 4 Intramural 1 Library Staff Club President 4
Homecoming Court 4 Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4 Head Majorette 4 Senior
Class Secretary 4 Beta Club 4 Quill and Scroll 4 Inter-Club Secretary
4 Youth Council Secretary 2 NFL Contests 3 MVP Band 2, 3, Alpha
Omega Talent Hunt Junior Miss Finalist 4
David Wayne Holt 806 Pine Circle
DECA 4 Interact 2, 3, 4 Monogram 1 Student Store 1 Assemblies 4
Intramural 1, 2 Library Staff Club 3 Homeroom Representative 1
Track 1 College-Day 4
Randy Hoover 1422 Cook Street
Photography Club 2, 3, 4 Science Club 2, 3, 4 Youth Council 1
Photography Club Vice-President 4 Constitution Essay Award 4
Susan Horney 1201 Fifth Street
Anchor Club 2, 3, 4-President 4 - Vice-President 3 Art Club 3, 4
Chorus 1, 2 Inter-Club Council 3, 4
John Randolph Horton 1629 North Hamilton Street
Beta Club 3, 4 Band 1 Junior Jaycees 4 JCL 4 Math Club 4
Photography Club 4 Science Club 2, 3, 4 Annual 3 Newspaper 4
Who's Who Among High School Students
Elaine Howard 1522 Ann Arbor Street
Beta Club 3, 4 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3 Jayvee Co-head 3 Commence-
ment Marshal 3
Mike Howard , 3425 Greenhill Drive
Steve Howell 3101 Rolling Road
Vice-President, Photography Club 3 Photography Club 3, 4 Science
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice-President, Spud Club 4
William Hunt 606 Woodridge Lane
Photography Club 3, 4 Newspaper 3, 4 Perfect Attendance 3
Jeff Hutcherson 1600 Grantham Drive
FCA 3, 4 Key Club 3, 4 Hi-Y's 1, 2 Football 1, 2,4 Golf 2, 3, 4
Jane Hutchins 506 Clover Drive
Cheerleader 1 Chorus 1 DECA 4 FHA 3 Student Council 2 Sopho-
more Class President 2 Vice-President DECA 4
Dallas Idol 1006 Briarwood Drive
ICT 3, 4 ICT Representative 3
Susan Ingold 1208 Carolina Ct.
Beta Club 3, 4 Chorus 1 GAA 2, 3, 4 Civinettes 3, 4 Juniorettes 2
Science Club 3, 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 Annual 3, 4 Drama Club 1
President GAA 1 Treasurer, GAA 3 Pres. UMYF 1 Vice-Pres. UMYF
3 Sec. UMYF 2 Quill and Scroll 4
Bill W. Ingram 1803 Tudor Street
VICA 3, 4
Kim Ingram 17-A Daniel Brooks Apt.
Chorus 4 Raiderettes 2 Talent Show 1
Leroy Ingram 405 Centennial Avenue
DECA 4 Photography Club 2 Intramural 2, 3 Bus Driver 2, 3
Pertena Ingram 1121 Dartmouth Drive
Anchor Club 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 GAA 2, 4 Black Afro American
Theatrical Group 3 Band Award 1 Basketball Award 2 Track 2
Volleyball 2 Basketball 2
Jim Ivey 1610 Seven Oaks Place
FCA 3, 4 Key Club 2, 3, 4 Monogram 2, 3, 4 Intramural 2, 3
Basketball 3 Golf 2, 3, 4 Golf Award 2, 3
Ilka Jackson 18-C Daniel Brooks Apts.
Mark Jacobs 1420 Guyer Street
Foy Jarrett 109 Welch Drive
Loy Jarrett 301 Pine Ridge Drive
Chorus 1 GAA 3, 4 French Club 4 Keyettes 2, 3, 4 Keyette
Secretary 3 Annual 3 NHS 4
Leodis T. Jennings 110-B Gordon Street
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 NHS 1 Student Council 1, 2, 4 Inter-Club Council 4
Annual 4 Student Store 1 Intramural 1, 2, 3 Band Council 4, Pres.
Professional Men 3, V-P 4, Sec. Basketball 1
Valleria Jett 1728 Brooks Street
Chorus-Vice-Pres. 4 GAA 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4 Church Choir, Pres. 4
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 MMM 2, 3, 4 NHS 1 Y-Teens 1
Debbie Johnson 3611 Fairlane Drive
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Point Recorder 3 GAA Pres. 4
Randy Johnson 201 Williford Ct.
Interact 2, 3, 4 ICT 4 VICA 4 Intramural 1, 2, 3
Robert Johnson 808 Arlington Street
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Interact 1, 2 ICT 1, 2 VICA 1, 2 Intramural 1, 2, 3
Vice-Pres. In ICT and VICA
Terry Johnson 3205 Rolling Road
Art Club 4 Interact 3, 4 Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4 Bus Driver 4
Jimmy Jones 128 Briarwood Drive
Junior Jaycees 2, 3, 4 Science Club 4 Intramural 1 Chorus 1, 4
Steve Jones 1217 Delk Drive
Junior Ja cees 2 Testin and Special Events 3 S anish Club 3, 4
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Spud Club President 3, 4
Sandi Kearns 118 Buena Vista Road
Civinettes 3, 4 Student Council 2
Jon Kemp 809 Oakview Road
Chorus 1 ICT 4 Junior Jaycees 2, 3, 4 Testing and Special Events 3,
4 VICA 4
Pam Kennedy 3511 Langdale Drive
Student Store 4
David Kidwell 3100 Rolling Road
Latin Club 4 Newspaper 4 Photography 3, 4 Science Club 3, 4 Sec.
and Treas. of Photography Club 4 Alternate Homeroom' Repre-
sentative 4 Track 3, 4
Mike Kilgariff 130 Marywood Road
Band 1, 2, FCA 1, 2 Interact 3, 4 Intramural 1, 2 Bus Driver 3, 4
Joey Kimrey 1202 Montlieu Avenue
VICA 3, 4 Sec. Auto Mechanic Class 4
Cynthia Teresa Kindle 1308 Wendell Avenue
Anchor Club 4 Raiderettes 2 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 FHA 4 Talent Show 1,
3 Jabberwock 4
Craig King 913 Forrest Street
Junior Jaycees 2, 3, 4 VICA 3, 4 President of Auto Mechanics Class
Carrie Kistler 217-G North Point Avenue
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4
Robert Kuykendall 1612 McGuinn Street
VICA 3 Library Staff Club 1
Shirley L. Kyles 613 Woodlawn Road
Chorus 1 JCL 2, 4 Red Cross Club 2 Office Staff 4
Ronny Lassiter 1305 McGuinn Avenue
Key Club 2, 3, 4 President NCAE 2, 3, 4
Perry Lawrence 1404 Wendell Avenue
Chorus 3 Intramural 1
Hank Ledford 3822 North Main Street
Band 1, 2 Jr. Jaycees 2, 3, 4 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4
Steve Ledford 706 E. Farriss Avenue
Band 1, 2, 3 Jr. Jaycees 2
Dennis Leonard Rt. 1, Box 208
Band 1 Key Club 2, 3, 4 Math Club 4 Science Club 4 Spanish Club 4
Inter-Club Council 4 Assemblies 2, 3, 4 NFL 2, 3, 4 - Vice-Pres. 4
Intramural 1 Talent Show 3 Who's Who of American High School
John Leonard 1608 North Centennial Avenue
Beta Club 3, 4 Chorus 1 French Club 4 JCL 2, 3 Jr. Jaycees 2, 3, 4
Inter-Club Council 4 Newspaper 4 Marshal 3 Drama Club 1 Senior
Class President 4 Boys State 1972 3 Who's Who of American Hlgh
School Students Best Average Latin I 2 UMYF 1, 2 Methodist Men
4 NHS 4
James W. Lewis 112 Camden Avenue
Band 1 Orchestra 1 Science Club 1 VICA 4 Football 2 Basketballl
Cynthia Little 1206 Brockett Street
Melanie Little 1421 Wendell Avenue
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 FHA 2 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Juniorettes 3, 4 Reverie 4
Science Club 4 Talent Show Committee 1 GAA Varsity Basketball 3
GAA J.V. Basketball 2 Beta Club 3, 4 Jabberwock 4 Band Council 4
Larry Logan 1616 West Street
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 3 Basketball 1
Phyllis Lovette 500 Radford Street
FHA 1 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Library Staff Club 1, 2 Talent Show 1
Softball Team 1 Basketball 3 Softball 3 Student Congress Beta Club
Keith Luther 944 Forrest Street
Drama Club 4 Sec. of Student Council 4 Sec. of Student Congress 4
Judith Mader 1719 Stoneybrook Drive
Chorus 3 FHA 1 French Club 4 2nd Prize for Essay 1
Terry Malpass 215 E. Parkway Street
Band 1, 2 Wrestling 1 Boys Scouts 1, 2, 3 Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4
Terry Marshall 1017 Meadowbrook Avenue
VICA 2, 3, 4
Carol Maxwell 111 Northgate Ct.
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Marie Maynard 3104 Flanders Court
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Greg Mays 1601 W. College
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Raymond McAllister 515 Henry Place
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Debra McCarter 617 E. State Avenue
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Janice McCulloch 119 Sunrise Avenue
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HIGH POINT ENTERPRISE
Born in New jersey
Teaches Home Economics . . . enjoys
sewing for family, preparing foreign
dishes, and gardening... attended
Winthrop College, received B.S ....
born in Lancaster, S. C .... and
hopes to get Masters in Home
include knitting, crocheting, and swingingt'f?j . . . education
received from East Orange General Hospital School of Nursing . . .
and serves as school nurse.
Enjoys camping, golf, reading, and cooking . . . born in Woodbury,
N. J .... instructs Sociologyllnsychology . .. received B.A. from
Wake Forest University . . . and hopes to take one more
Attended Carson Newman and High Point Colleges, and UNC-G . . .
received a B.S. Degree . . . teaches Biology and Physical
Education . . . and is in charge of the cheerleaders.
Instructs French II, III, IV . . . born in High Point, N. C .... enjoys
sleeping occasionally . . . attended UNC-Chapel Hill, and University
de Lyon in France . . . received A.B. in French . . . and is working
Presides over the award winning TWA Band . . . received B.A. in
Music Education from N. C.Central University, Manhattan School of
Music and The University of Michigan.
Attended S.C. State College, ASLT and N. C. State Universities. ..
received B.S .... teaches Industrial Cooperation Training . . . likes
helping other people . . . and likes fishing, boating and hunting.
Born in Salisbury, N. C .... enjoys reading and working crossword
puzzles. . . teaches Family Life Education and Advanced Home
Economics. . . attended Bennett College . . . and received B.S.
Degree in Home Economics Education.
Received A.B. Degree from Elon College and M.E. from
UNC-Chapel Hill. . . likes his family, football fespecially STATE
CHAMPSHH and apple pie . . . and most of all he dislikes apathy.
An instructor in English . . . received education from Wake Forest
University where she obtained a B.A. Degree . . . and enjoys reading,
sewing, cooking, and twirling a baton.
Serves as Dean of Students . . . born in Sayre, Pa .... enjoys all
sports . .. has received BS 81 MS degrees. . . attended Mansfield
State, Bucknell University, Temple University, and UNC-G.
Serves as Guidance Counselor for students . . . enjoys reading,
playing golf, and traveling . .. attended UNC-G and East Carolina
University . . . and received B.A. and M.Ed. Degrees.
Teaches English . . . hobbies include listening to and talking with
people, and music . . . attended High Point College and UNC-G . . .
received A.B. and M.E. Degrees . . . and is now learning how schools
should not be run.
Enjoys reading and crafts . . . instructs the chorus . . . received
formal education from Fredonia State College, Howard and Virginia
State Universities. . . and received B.A. and M.A. in Music
Born in High Point, N. C .... teaches English... advisor for
NFL . . . attended Emmanuel College . . . received A.A. in General
Education . . . and also attended UNC-G receiving B.A. in English
Teaches English . . . educated at Western Carolina . . . received A.B.
and M.A. in English, B.A. in Biology . . . born in Franklin, N. C. . . .
and enjoys playing with her son, playing the piano, reading and
Born in Asheboro, N. C .... teaches English . . . advisor for Keyettes
and Reverie Business Staff. . . attended Lenoir Rhyne, High Point,
and Guilford Colleges . . . and received A.B. in English.
Instructs typewriting and shorthand . . . born in Hillsborough, N. C.
. . . attended N. C. Central University and UNC-G . . . re-ceived
B.S. in Business Education. . . and is now taking graduate courses.
Instructs TWA art classes. . . born in Burlington, N. C .... enjoys
painting, music and taking care of two year old daughter . . . and
received formal education from Greensboro College and UNC-G.
Born in High Point, N. C .... enjoys cooking . . . serves as Student
Guidance Counselor . . . Attended Bennett College and N. C.
Central, Temple and N. C. Universities . . . and received M.E. in
Hobbies .include chalk drawings and taking care of Shasta . . . bom
in Memphis, Tennessee. . . teaches English . . . attended Arkansas
State and ASU . . . received 'B.A. and M.A. Degrees . . . and will be
soon working on A.B.D.
Teaches Marketing I, Cooperative Distributive Education I and
II . . . enjoys sewing, music and reading . . . attended UNC-G . . .
received B.S.H.E. Degree and M.S .... and is now furthering
education in study programs.
Born in Winston-Salem, N. C .... teaches Drafting I, Architectual
Drawing, and Industrial Training l . . . enjoys making things,
car-tinkering and hunting . . . and received B.S. from N. C. State.
Teaches mathematics . . . attended Furman University . . . received
B.S. in math . . . born in High Point, N. C .... and enjoys playing
bridge, reading, and playing tennis.
Received B.S. Degree from Winston-Salem State University , , ,
teaches HPA kiddies how to drive . . . likes sportsmanlike drivers . . .
and dislikes nosey folks and wise guys.
Received B.S. from Itaca College in N. Y .... now working on
Master's . . . born in Syracuse, N. Y .... teaches Orchestra . . .
enjoys sewing. . . and performs as a violin soloist and member of
the Winston-Salem Symphony.
Teaches Spanish and English . . . bom in Newton, N. C .... attended
Lenoir Rhyne College and ASU receiving an A.B. Degree . . . now
working on Master's . . . and enjoys knitting, handcrafts, and music.
Birthplace-Eden, N.C .... teaches bookkeeping, typing . . .
attended Averett College in Danville, Virginia, and Appalachian
State receiving a B.S. in Business Education . . . and enjoys knitting,
bridge, and reading.
Enjoys hunting . . . born in Danbury, N. C .... coaches football,
wrestling, and baseball at TWA . . . received formal education from
ASU and UNC-Chapel Hill and Greensboro . . . and obtained a B.S.
math . . . hobbies include sewing . . . attended University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill and Greensboro.. . and received a B.A.
Degree in Mathematics.
Concord, N. C .... teaches geometry and consumer
Born in Cuba... hobbies include reading, golf, traveling, and
bridge . . . owns a very shaggy Mongrel . . . tea' .es Spanish and is
the Spanish Club Advisor.
Teaches English. .. born in Jamestown, N. C .... enjoys reading,
bowling, and playing cards... received a B.A. Degree in English
from NCCU and UNC-Greensboro . . . and plans to finish M.Ed. in
English at UNC-G this summer.
Hipps, Herbert Y
Birthplace-Asheville, N. C .... serves as Andrews' Principal . . .
enjoys fishing, sports, and ecology . . . received education at Duke
Univeristy and UNC-G . . . and received A.B. and M.Ed. Degrees.
Enjoys reading, sports, and horticulture . . . teaches Physical
Science . . . attended N. C. State University, Voorhees and
Livingstone Colleges . . . and received Associates Arts and B.S.
Teaches Automotive Mechanics I and Automotive Mechanics II . . .
likes to ride and show Appaloosa Horses . . . and received a P-V-5
Attended ASU and George Peabody College . . . received a B.S. in
Biology and M.A. in Biology . . . born in Charlotte, N. C .... and
teaches Biology, Ecology, and Chemistry.
Birthplace- Winston-Salem, N. C .... teaches French I and
Sophomore English . . . attended Appalachian University . . .
received a B.S. in French... and enjoys cooking, reading, and
playing the piano.
Born in Brevard, N. C .... teaches English . . . received education
from Bennett College . . . obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree. ..
and enjoys sewing . . . advisor of Reverie Editorial Staff.
Born in Mocksville, N. C .... serves as a clerical aide in the
library . . . and enjoys sewing and working in gardens.
Enjoys all sports and motorcycling . . . born in Thomasville, N. C.
. . . teaches American History, World Geography, P.E. Il and
III . . . attended East Carolina, UNC-Chapel Hill and Greensboro . . .
and received a B.S. Degree.
Teaches U.S. History and SociologyfPsychol0gy . . . born in High
Point, N. C .... enjoys water sports, bridge and camping . . .
attended Wake Forest University . . . received a B.A. in History . . .
and is working on M.A. Degree at UNC-G.
Bom in High Point. . . serves as librarian . . . enjoys reading and
playing piano . .. attended ASU and George Peabody College . . .
received M.A. and B.S. Degrees . . . and is furthering education by
professional reading and studying.
Special duties include coach-
ing football, swimming and
tennis . . . teaches Biology and
Physical Education . . . attend-
ed East Carolina University
and UNC-G . . . and received
Bom in Greensboro, N. C ....
teaches Biology . . . received
education from Elon College
and UNC-G . . . obtained B.A.
in Biology . . . and enjoys
music, reading, and traveling.
Received A.B. Degree from
Lenoir Rhyne and Boston
Colleges . . . enjoys hunting
and fishing. .. born in Hills-
boro, Ohio . . . and teaches Al-
gebra I and II and General
Planson, Carol V
Teaches Algebra I, General
Math, and Analytic Geom- ,
etry . .. born in High Point,
N. C. . . . hobbies include col-
lecting old rock 81 roll tapes
and sailing . . . attended UNC-G . . . and received B.A. in Mathema-
Enjoys sports like fishing, hunting, and building stero baffles . . .
dislikes shouting and billiards . . . attended ASLT University . . . and
received B.S. in Industrial Education.
Born in Buffalo, N. Y .... teaches Chemistry and Physics . . .
attended N. Y. State and Syracuse Universities . . . received B.S. and
M.S. Degrees in education . . . and enjoys cycling, basketball and
Teaches Algebra l and II . . . received B.S. from Livingston College
and A.Y.l. Certificate from Boston College . . . likes to bowl and
watch T.V. sports. . . and dislikes poorly prepared food and
Attended N.C. Central University . . . received B.S. and M.S.
Degrees. . . serves as assistant principal. . . likes truthfulness,
firmness, and traveling . . . and dislikes pettiness, inefficiency, and a
lack of pride.
Hobbies include cake decorating and reading . . . born in Cliffside,
N. C .... teaches Home Economics . . . attended Western Carolina
University . . . received B.S .... and is presently working on Master's
Born in Greensboro, N. C .... teaches Spanish I II, and Ill . . .
enjoys playing the piano . . . attended ASU, High Point College, and
UNC-Chapel Hill . . . and received A.B. and Masters in Spanish.
Teaches U.S. History, Western Cultures, and U.S. Government. . .
enjoys fishing and hunting . . . born in Candor, N. C .... attended
Lee, High Point Colleges and East Carolina University . . . and
received B.A. and A.A. Degrees.
Teaches P.E .... serves as advisor for GAA . . . born in High Point,
N. C .... enjoys camping . . . attended Western Carolina University
and Hlgh Point College . . . and received B.S. in education.
Enjoys crocheting, and spectator sports . . . bom in Raleigh, N.
C .... teaches Cooperative Office Occupation, Business Math, and
Typing Il . . . attended Atlantic Christian College . . . and received
B.S. in education.
Birthplace-Taylorsville, N. C .... teaches Biology . . . hobbies
include reading and growing wild flowers . . . attended Greensboro
College, UNC-G, Carolina, and High Point College . . . and received
Attended East Carolina University . . . received Bachelor of Science
Degree . . . teaches History and Physical Education . . . special duties
include coaching football and track . . . and serves as advisor for the
Hobbies include judo and mountain climbing... teaches reading
improvement . . . attended East Carolina, Guilford, and Mary
Washington Colleges. . . received A.B. Degree . . . and is furthering
education by staying alive.
Teaches Algebra II and Geometry . . . born in Frankfort,
Kentucky . . . enjoys sewing, swimming, and skiing . . . attended
UNC-G . . . and received a B.A. Degree.
Birthplace-Henderson, N. C .... teaches Algebra Il and Ill . . .
attended UNC-Chapel Hill and UNC-G summer school . . . and
received a B.S. in Mathematics.
Burnie McElrath 302 Hobson Street
Chorus 1 GAA 2, 3, 4 Concessions 2, 3, 4 Office Staffl Basketball
2, 3 Volleyball 3
Wesley McGee 324 Montlieu Avenue
Beta Club 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Interact 3, 4 Homecoming Court
Escort 4 V.P. of Senior Class 4 Eagle Scout 4 Football 3, 4
Swimming 2, 3, 4 NHS 4 Who's Who 4
Cotrelia Mclnnis 12-A Daniel Brooks Apts.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Math Club 1 Y-Teens 1 Youth Council 3 Announc-
ements 1 FHA 1 Math Award 1 Spanish Award 1 Band Award 1
Bobby McPherson 405 East Lexington Avenue
VICA 1 Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 Letter in Golf 1 Weightlifting 3
Tony Mebane 611 Ashburn Street
Interact 2 Track 3
Bill Medlin 106 Welch Drive
Key Club 2, 3, 4 Sgt-at-Arms 4 Treasurer 4 NFL 2, 3, 4 President 4
NHS 3, 4 President 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 Treasurer 3 Student Council
4 Vice-President 4 Football 1, 2, 3 Wrestling 1, 2 Mu Alpha Theta 4
Piedmont T.B. and R.D. Youth Board 3, 4 Boy's State 4 Who's Who
in American High School Students 4 Top Speakers at Wake Forest
Debate Institute Selected to attend National High School Speech
Institute, Northwestern University Whois Who 4
J. P. Mellis 1101 McGuinn Avenue
French Club 4 NHS 4 Key Club 3, 4 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Chaplain, Key Club 3, 4 AYF 1, 2, 3, 4
President 3, 4 FCA 3, 4 Track and Field 1 Baseball 2, 3, 4
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Best Lineman 1 Who's Who
Jerome Micheal 1710 Brooks Street
VICA 3, 4 Secretary 3
Barry Miles 605 Ashburn Street
DECA 4, Photographer
David Miller 3831 North Main Street
Chorus 1 French Club 3, 4 Jr. Jaycees 2, 3, 4 President 4 Monogram
Club 1 Science Club 4 Student Council 3, 4 Football 1, 2 Track 1
Wrestling 1, 3 Mu Alpha Theta 4
Joyce Miller 1110 Meadowbrook
Anchor Club 3 Chorus 2 Office Staff 2, 3 Talent Show 1
Larry Miller 512 Shadybrook
Ronald Mills 417 Cedar Street
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Library Staff Club 4, Historian Football 1, 2
Rickey Mitchell 3421 Corvair Drive
VICA 3, 4
Gloria Monk 703 Arlington Street
Chorus 1 GAA 2, 3, 4 Y-Teens 1, 2 VICA 4 Speedball 1, 2, 3 Field
Hockey 2, 3 Softball 3 Tennis 3
Patra Moore 102 Bellwood Court
Chorus 1 FHA 3, 4 Keyettes 2, 3, 4 Sec. 3, Pres. 4 Student Council
3 Treasurer of Junior Class 3 Spanish Club 4 Drama Club 4 Pres. of
Senior High at Church 3, 4
Teresa Moore 2413 Williams Street
Chorus 1 DECA 3, 4 FHA 2 GAA 1 Y-Teens 1, 2 President
Cindy Morris 1308 McGuinn Avenue
NHS 4 Band 1 Chorus 1, 2, 4 FHA 1 Keyettes 2, 3, 4 Recording
See. 2, Vice Pres. 4 Science Club 4 Spanish Club 4 Vice Pres. 4
Student Council 4 Handicapped Essay Award 3 Quill and Scroll 4
High Point 1973 Junior Miss 4 Beta Club 3, 4 MMM 2, 3, 4 Vice
Pres. 4 Constitution Committee Chairman 3, 4 Good Citizenship
Award 1 Intramural 1 High Point Youth Council 1 Yearbook,
Administrative Editor 4 Who's Who 4
Mary Jo Morris 1110 Fifth Street
NHS 4 French Club 4 Keyettes 2, 3, 4 Treas. 2 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4
Treas. 2, Secretary 4 Who's Who in American High School Students
3 Beta Club 3, 4 Math Club 4 Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4 High Point
Youth Council, Sec. 2, 3, 4 Youth Councils of N.C. Inc. 3, 4
Mary Lynn Morris 526 Denny Street
James Murphy 1042 Oak View Road
Band 1 French Club 4 Interact 2 Jr. Jaycees 2, 3, 4 Vice Pres. 4
Student Council 1 Intramural 1 Bus Driver 3 Homecoming Escort 3
Eddie Murray 1129 Bridges Drive
ICT 4 VICA 4 Intramural l, 2, 3
Freddy Nash 1501 Darden Place
Chorus 1 Interact 2, 3 Newspaper 4 NFL 2, 3, 4 Intramural 1, 2, 3
Talent Show 1 Drama Club 4 Bus Driver 3, 4 Vice-President of
Harold Nash 914 Gordon Street
FCA 3, 4 Junior Jaycees 2, 3, 4 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4 Student
Store 1 Intramural 1 Football 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2,
3, 4 Most Valuable Track 3
Mindy Neely 326 Woodrow Street
Chorus 1 GAA 1 Art Club 3 Civinettes 2, 3, 4 Intramural 1
Coaching Staff 3 Civinettes Secretary 4 Social Committee 3
Terry Nielson 3512 Woodview Street
Cheerleader 1 Chorus 1 GAA 1 Civinettes 3, 4 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 Homecoming Court 3, 4 Secretary of
Sophomore Class 2 Secretary of Junior Class 3 Social Committee 2
N.C. Student Council Congress 2 Student Council Executive Board
Debbie Ostrander 108 Buena Vista Avenue
Keyettes 2, 3, 4 Treas. of Keyettes 3
Karen Parsley 141 Marywood Drive
Keyettes 2, 3, 4
Gary Parson 3209 Woodview Drive
Chorus 1, 4 Junior Jaycees 2, 3, 4 Student Council 1 Intramural 1
Devotions Committee 4 Golf Team 2, 4 Policy Advisory Committee
Glennie Parsons 1108 Meadowbrook Blvd.
Cheerleader 2 Band 2 GAA 1, 2 Red Cross Club 2, 3 Annual 3
Office Staff 2, 3, 4 Talent Show 1, 2, 3 Class Officer 2, 3 Human
Relations Committee Chairman 2, 3 Student Executive Alt. Sec. 3
GAA Basketball 2 Miss Les Charmette Queen 2 Miss Rhythemette 2
Debbie Payne Rt. 1, Kernersville
Dale Pendry 1222 Carolina
Junior Jaycees 2, 3, 4 Monogram Club 1, 3, 4 Student Store 1
Intramural 1, 2, 3 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 1 Football 3
Donna Pendry 1112 Guyer Street
Student Council 1, 2 Office Staff 3, 4 Softball 1 Volleyball 1
Basketball 1 Outstanding Achievement in Spanish I 3 Office As-
Elizabeth Petty 817 Fifth Street
Beta Club 3, 4 Chorus 1 GAA 1, 2 Civinettes 3, 4 JCL 4 Spanish
Club 3, 4 Student Congress 1, 3, 4 Inter-Club Council 4 Annual 3, 4
Newspaper 1 Beta Club Treasurer 4 Spanish Club President 4 Stu-
dent Congress Parliamentarian 3 Annual Sports Editor 4 Merit's
Who's Who Among American High School Students 3 Social
Committee 1 Chorale 1
Chris Poole 3514 Rolling Road
GAA 1 Juniorettes 4 Red Cross Club 1, 2 Library Staff Club 1
Office Staff 1
Bonnie Poovey 1135 Montlieu Avenue
Beta Club 3, 4 Cheerleader 1 Band 1 French Club 3, 4 Juniorettes 3,
4 NHS 3, 4 Science Club 3 Student Council 1 Inter-Club Council 4
" Newspaper 1, 2, 3, 4 Marshal 3 Sec. of French Club 3 President of
French Club 4 Treasurer of NHS 4 Editor of Rebel Rouser 1 Editor
of Forum 4 Associate Editor of Forum 3 V. Pres. of Juniorettes 4
Who's Who 4
Annie Bell Pratt 412 Fourth Street
Raiderettes 2 Y-Teens 1, 2 Intramural 1 Office Staff 3 Talent Show
Brenda Proctor 1507 Carolina Street
Chorus 1 GAA 1, 3, 4 French Club 4 Intramural 1 Office Staff 3
Nadine Quick 1507 East Ave.
Anchor Club 4 Y-Teens 1 Library Staff Club 3 Pres. of Young
People 4 Church Choir 1, 2, 3, 4
Jim Ratliff 1628 Larkin St.
Tennis 3 MVP Tennis 3 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4
Debbie Rich 3302 Woodview Ave.
GAA 2, 3, 4 Spanish crub 4 Intramural 1 Library staff Club 1 MYF
1, 2, 3,4
Judy Richardson 3514 Imperial Drive
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Raiderettes 4 Intramural 1, 2 Americanis Whois Who
Stan Rickert 1523 Wiltshire
Talent Show 3
Doug Ridge 1221 Carolina Street
Interact 3 Bus Driver 4
Donna Sue Riley
DECA 4 Red Cross Club 3
David Roberson 3101 N. Centennial Ave.
Band 1 MMM 2, 3, 4 VICA 4 Science Club 2, 3 V. Pres 3 Orchestra
2, 3, 4
Donise Roberts 413 Cedar Street
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 1 Spanish Club 1 Sec. of Band Council
3, NHS 4
Becky Rggers 403 WCSIOVCI Drive
DECA 4 Wesleyan Youth Group 1, 2, 3, 4
David Rollins 1213 McCain Place
Intramurals 1 Pres. Sunday School Class 2, 3
Brenda Royal 1213 Cedrow Ave.
Chorus 1 DECA 3 ICT 4 Y-Teens 1 Talent Show 1
Robert Ruff 809 Mint Ave.
ICT 4 l p
Janice Safewright 522 Bridges Drive
Red Cross Club 2, 3, 4 Library Staff Club 3
David Saunders 1408 Chatham
ICT 4 VICA 4
Danay Savvas 508 Hawthorne Street
Cheerleader 2 Chorus 1, 4 Band 1 JCL 2, 3, 4 Student Council 3
Inter-Club Council 4 Annual 3, 4 Drama Club 1 Vice-President JCL
4 Chorus Award of Merit 1
Jeff Schmoyer 1413 Bragg Ave.
Math Club 4 National Math Club 4 Chess Club 3
Randy Scott 421 Peachtree Drive
ICT 4 VICA 4
Mark Sechler 1110 Meadowlawn Ave.
Marshal 3 Photography Club 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 3 President 4 Reverie
Staff 3, 4 Beta Club 3, 4
Susan Seltz 2513 W00dIUff Ave.
DECA 4 French Club 3 Library Staff Club 3
Tony Settlemyre 3526 Woodview Street
Stan Shacklett 203 Lassiter Ave.
Art Award 1
Zeb Sharpe 307 Cedar Street
Chorus 1 ICT 4 Science Club 1 Intramural 1 Basketball 1 Football 1
Wrestling 3 Track 4
Steve Schubert 3606 Innwood Street
Interact 4 ICT 4
Ira Simpson 1202 Wendell Ave.
FBLA 4 NFL 3, 4
Tommy Simpson 1529 Beaucrest Ave.
9 American Jr. Bowling Contest 1, 2, 3 Chess Club 4
Carol Sinichak 927 E. Dayton
Art Club 3, 4 Sec.-Treas. 4
Steve Sizemore 400 Rolling Road
Interact 2, 3, 4 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 Inter-Club Council 4 Vice
Pres. Interact 4 Wrestling 1, 2, 3 Mascot 3
Richard Skeen 824 Montlieu Ave.
Patti Slack 1005 Oakview Road
Cheerleader 1, 2 Co-head 1 Chorus 1 Civinettes 2, 3, 4 Historian 3
Vice-Pres. 4 French Club 3, 4 Drama Club 4 Order of Rainbow for
Girls 2, 3, 4
Steve Small 1006 Meadowbrook Blvd.
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 3, 4
Dana Smith 806 E. Lexington Ave.
Anchor Club 4 Spanish Club 4 Art Club 4
Donetta Smith 311 Murry Street
Gary Smith 1729 Bolingbroke Road
Jr. Jaycees 2 Science Club 2, 3, 4 Vice-Pres. 4 Spanish Club 3 Talent
Show 1 Tennis Team 3, 4 Letter 3 Intramural Soccer 1
Pam Smith 507 Shadybrook Drive
Anchor Club 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 4 French Club 2, 3, 4 GAA 2, 3
Student Council 4 Youth Council 3
Ricky Smith 1221 Guyer St.
Chorus 1, 2 Key Club 2, 3, 4 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4 Football
Trainer 1, 2, 3, 4 Wrestling Trainer 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Trainer 1, 2,
3, 4 Track Trainer 3 Baseball Trainer 3 FCA 4
Terri K. Smith 306 Old Mill Road
DECA 3, 4 Treasurer 3 President 4 Miss DECA 3 Y-Teens 2
President 2 FHA 2
Billy Sorrell 3509 Tanyard Road
Jr. Jaycees 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain 2, 4 Most Valuable
Player 3 All-State 3 Basketball 1, 2 Baseball 2, 3, 4 FCA 3, 4 Who's
Kent Sowers 1704 Oberlin Drive
Janice Staley 224 Westridge Drive
Jan Stanley 3628 Fairlane Road
Band 1, 2
Jeff Stepp 515 Montlieu Ave.
Band 1, 2 Rifle Team tOak Ridgej Cadet Commander Military
Honor Roll Civil Air Patrol Academic Honor Roll fOak Ridgej
Non-Commissioned Officers Club
Rick Stevens 1406 Anderson Drive
Greta Stookey 916 Lakecrest
Chorus 1, 2 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4
Kenny Strange 300 Fourth Street
Phyllis Strawberry 520 Radford Street
Band 4 FHA 1 Y-Teens 1
William Strong 816 Willow Place
James Sturdivant 1102 Cedrow Drive
Barry Stutts 209 Pine Ridge Drive
Jr. Jaycees 2, 3, 4
Garry Stutts 209 Pine Ridge Drive
Chorus 1 Jr. Jaycees 2, 3, 4 Football 1 Tennis 1, 2 Golf 4
Randy Surratt 3713 Mulberry Lane
Track and Field 4
Doug Susong 2309 Palmer Street
Chorus 4 Jr. Jaycees 2, 3, 4 Monogram 2 Student Council 2 Talent
Show 3 F ootballTrainer 2 Wrestling Trainer 2
John Swaim Route 1, Box 203
Band 1, 2 VICA 3, 4 Intramural 1
Kenny Talbert 3606 Greenhill
Ava Tate 1704-A Brockett Avenue
Chorus 4 Reverie Staff 4
James Thacker 814 East Farriss Avenue
Band 1, 2, 3 Jr. Jaycees 2 VICA 4 Wrestling 1 Treas. Band
Doug Thompson 1611 S. Norwood Ct.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Jr. Jaycees 2, 3, 4 National Forensic League 2, 3, 4
Football 1 Wrestling I
Norma Thompson 1900 N. Centennial Avenue
DECA 3, 4
James Tillman 502 Ashburn Street
Library Staff Club 1, 2 VICA 3, 4 Track and Field 1 Baseball 1
Janis Trimnal 905 Circle Drive
Orchestra 1, 2
Sandy Underwood 3430 Hillside Drive
FHA 1 GAA 1, 2 Juniorettes 2, 3, 4 President 3, 4 Reverie Staff4
Science Club 4 Student Council 4 Drama Club 1, 4 Student Con-
gress 2 Rebel Rouser Staff 1 Senior Class Treasurer 4 Superlative-
Donece Vestal 909 N. Centennial Street
Chorus 3, 4 Library Staff Club 1 Office Staff 1, 2, 3, 4
Pamela Vuncannon 1102 Salem Street
ICT 1 Red Cross Club 3
Vicki L. Walker 525 Ashburn Street
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3 Chorus 1 GAA 2 Juniorettes 3, 4 Reverie 4
Student Council 1 Talent Show 1 Writer for Enterprise 4 Writer for
Carolina Peacemaker 4 Co-Head Cheerleader 1 Head 2 Mistress of
Ceremonies of Talent Show 1 Merit's Who's Who 4
Kathy Wall 800 E. Chester Drive
ICT 4 VICA 4
Cedric Wallace 801 Arlington Street
Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4
Jane Waller 206 E. Ray Avenue
FHA 1 French Club 4 GAA 1 Juniorettes 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4
Drama Club 4 Treas. of Juniorettes 4
Joe Walton Rt. 1 Box 167
Wanda Walton 145 Parris Avenue
Chorus 1 French Club 4 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4
Sec.-of GAA 3, 4 Devotion Chairman 1 Homeroom Rep. 2, 3, 4
Guilford County Girls Conference Championship and Runner-Up 2,
3 First and Second Place Page High School 2, 3
Patti Ward 112 Mayview Avenue
French Club 4 Beta Club 3, 4 Merit's Who's Who 4
Patti Warner 2421 E. Lexington Avenue
Keyettes 4 Annual 3, 4 Youth Choir 2, 3, 4
Toni Warren 1620 N. Hamilton Street
Beta Club 3, 4 Band 1 French Club 2, 3, 4 Keyettes 2, 3, 4 NHS 3, 4
Science Club 3, 4 Student Council 3 Annual 3, 4 Newspaper 1
Drama Club 1 V. Pres. Science Club 4 V. Pres. Beta Club 4 Merit's
Who's Who 3 Orchestra 2
Randy Washam 605 Fifth Street
Keith Washington 1125 Cedrow Drive
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Newspaper 1 Office Staff 1 Science Club 1 Student
Council 1 First Prize Oratorical Contest 1 Assistant Sec. of Office
Staff 1 Sec. Science Club 1 Drum Major 3, 4
David Watson 302 Monnell Drive
Roy Watts 607 Ashburn Street
Jackie Webb 305 Pine Ridge Drive
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3 Civinettes 2, 3, 4 Pres. 4 Math Club 4 Spanish
Club 4 Homecoming Court 4 Co-Head J.V. Cheerleader 3
Linda Weeks 1413 Delk Drive
Band 1 GAA 2, 3, 4 French Club 2, 3, 4 MMM 2 Science Club 4
Student Council 1 Newspaper 1, 2, 3, 4 Historian French Club 3, 4
Publicity, GAA 4 National Merit's Who's Who 4
Gerald White 511 Ashburn Street
Chorus 4 DECA 4
Jerry Whitley 2512 Dallas
Student Council 3 Constitutional Committee 3
Dottie Wiley 1128 Bridges Street
Gralyn Williams 1007 Forrest Street
Linda Williams 700 Sherwood Place
Nathanial Williams 14-A Daniel Brooks Apt.
Chorus 4 Intramural 4
Wanda Williams 1222 Cedrow Avenue
Red Cross Club 3 Science Club 3 Spanish Club 4 VICA 1 Y-Teens
GAA Chorus Office Staff
Curtis Wilson 1019 Meadowbrook
Monogram Club 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 FCA 3, 4 Letterman
Tanya Wise 3629 Fairlane Road
Anchor Club 4 Band 1 GAA 1, 2, 3 Library Staff Club 4 Treas. 4
Lee Wolfe 1008 Grant Street
DECA 4 Photography Chairman
Libby Wright Rt. 7 Box 993 Greensboro
Chorus 1 French Club 3, 4 Keyettes 2, 3, 4 Sec. 4
Sandi York 2012 N. Centennial Street
Chorus 2 DECA 1 Office Staff 1
Becky Young Oxford Place
Chorus 1 GAA 3, 4 French Club 3, 4 Keyettes 3, 4 Historian 4
Student Council 4 Annual 3, 4 FHA 1 NFL 4 FHA Social Com-
mittee Chairman 1 French Club Social Committee Chairman 3
Editor Classes Section Reverie 4 Quill and Scroll 4 President 4
Outstanding French II Student 3 NHS 4 Who's Who 4
Adams Ed 160,161,183
Ahl, Dixie 155,166,167, 192
Albert, Tim 137,173
Alexander, Bruce l12,121,l24,183
Allen, Betty 157,192
Allen, Susan 138,183
Allen, Tony 64,144,183
Allen, Willie 97,142,183
Allred. Connie 62.83,84.127,154,
Allred, Debra 65,117, I47,166,167,
Allred, Sandy 60,137,149,183
Allred, Trina 151,158,183
Alston, Helen 130
Alston, Shannon 173
Alston, Thelma 130
Anderson, Cynthia 173
Andrews, Don 192
Andrews, Roy 46,69,l48,168,183
Angel, james 143,192
Archie, Gale 173
Archie. johnny 173
Archie, Terry 192
Armstrong, Ray 173
Atkins Sharon 183
Atkinson. james 69, 72,86,88,91,92
Auman, Ann 192
Bailey. Barbara 158,159,183
Bailey, Camille 87,139,149,150,l5l,
Baker, Carlton 173
Baldwin, james 143,192
Ball, johnny 183
Ballard. Carla 192
Bambalis, Betty l4,20,2l,55,62,125
Banther, Bruce 97,173
Barham, Rocky 13,4-6,94,183
Barker, janice 17,121,15l,
Barker, Todd 173
Bartlette, Lynn 183
Batten, Kathy 183
Bayne, Cathy 173
Bean, Debbie 183
Beallie, Michael 100,137,173
Beck, Ferris 183
Becote, Michael 60,1 16,192
Beeson, Cheryl 173
Beeson, Susan 183
Bennett, Kathy 162,192
Bennett, Michael 135,183
Berger, Connie 62,89,12S,149,
Bethea, Glenn 90,92,93,144
Black, Debbie 173
Blackburn, Ken 137,144,183
Blackley, Bob 155,192
Blackman, james 173
Blake, George 173
'B1ake, Mark 183
Blount., Gerald 183
Bollinger, Debby 65,124-,129,136,
Borowski, joan 135,193
Bostian, Sandra 173
Bottoms, Timothy 193
Bowers, Keith 193
Boyce, Cynthia 173
Boy ce, Timothy 183
Boyd., Denise 137,173
Boyd, jackie 105,145,173
Boyd, john 173
Boyer, jeffrey 97,183
Boyles, Linda 173- Y
Bradberry, Ricky 46,182
Braica, john 160.173
Branning. Craig 46,137,183
Brawlcy. Charles -1-6, 183
Bray, Rayma 112,125,150,155
Brewer, Woodrow 173
Briggs Patti 117,137,183
Broadway, Leon 173
Bronson, Eugene 97,173
Bronson, james 64, 143, 193,206
Brooks, Allcn 135,173
Brooks Beverly 141,173
Brooks Ray 175
Brown, Betty 173
Brown, Cindy 104-,145,l62,182,
Brown, Mike 69,71 148,162,165,
Brown, Robert 46,l37,144,183
Brown, Roy 54,73,74,l93,206
Brown, Scott 31, 168, 183
Brown, Stephen 69,921,173
Brown, Ted 95
Brown, Thomas 173
Bryant, Roger D. 141,173
Bryden, David 173
Buekson, William 193
Buie, Susan 102,147, 151.173
Bullock, Gayle 173,178
Burke, Tn-va 173
Burleson, Debbie 1 14.117,149,
Burleson, Pam 193
Burney, Braxton 143,193
Burris, Gregory 173
Burton, Becky 173
Butler. Bessie 143,193
Butler, Greg 116
Butterworth, Anne 137,173
Byerly, Ronnie 193
Byers, Donald 183
Cagle, Steve 143
Cagle, Terry 100
Calhoun, janice 129,173
Callis, Christy 112,173
Camp, Betty 193
Campbell, Alan 69, 73,97,98,99,
CampbelL Cindy 12,17,60,61,112,
Campbell, David 1f.,1a,e9,70,72,a9,
Campbell, Steven 97,99
Candler, Robert 173
Capel, Glen 183
Cardwell, Anthony 194
Cargal, Eddie 183
Carmichael, William 142,183
Carpenter, Carol 55,65,l45,183
Carr, Randy 183
Carter, Cindy 31,183
Carter, David 14,64,206
Carter, janet 1 11,1-19,183
Carter, Miller 137,173
Cartner, David 194
Cartrette, Mickey 173
Case, Debra 194
Case, Kathy 173
Cashwell, Wesley 97,1 18,127,129,
Cates David 114,194
Cathey, Ricky 135,143,194
Caubel, Tim 137,173
Caulfield, Kevin 94,160,173
Causey, Teresa 130,174
Chandler, Bob 141
Chapman, Robin 174
Chavis Mike 135,183
Cheek, joe 28,30,46,48,49,84,88,
Cheves Doug 137,183
Chilton, Danny 174
Chisem, Andy 112,! 13,143,194
Christensen, jay 168,184
Church, David 124,168,194
Clapp, Karen 184
Clark, johnny 141,174
Clark. Kim 130,174
Clark, Thelma 20, 102, 147,184
Clary, Anne 12,31,88,1 16, 120, 125,
Clinton, Gwen 105,1 l2,137,145,
Clinton, Lillie 194
Clinton, Michael 94,174
Clinton, Roger 194
Clinton, Ulysses 41,69,135,l84
Coleman, Bobbie jean 137,174
Coleman, Eddie 137,174
Collier, Rocky 130,194
Combs Gail 137,174
Combs Karen 174,175
Compton, Mike 174
Cook, Robin 129,174
Coolg Terri 101,155,158,159,
Cook, Vicki 155,194
Cooke, Alberta 194
Corn, janet 137,145,184
Corn, Stephen 184
Corns, Patricia 36,37,89,114,116,1
Cotton, janice 141
Couch, Sue 124,149,184
Countee, Freddie 174
Covington, Tommy 13,194
Covington, Willis 174
Cowan, David 98,137,174
Cowan, janice 194
Cox, Harold 194
Cox, Marti 16.82,89,l14,116,121,
Cox, Teresa 105,l45,162,174
Cox, Vickie 184
Cranford., Lisa 184
Craven, Donna 125,162,195
Craven., Susan 2l,85,89,102,103,124,
147, 154,155, 162, 195,206
Crawford., Cecillette 21,130,184
Crawford, Don 174
Crawford, Roger 41,114,184
Crawford., Ronald 174
Creech, Howard 174
Crone, Rhonda 130,195
Crosby, Flo 20,21,102,145,147,
Cross, joe 184
Crump, Delores 174
Culler, Breck 22,68,69,70,71,72,
Culler, Kevin 69,84,87,l00,124,
Curtis, Rhonda 141
Curtis, Sandra 137
Damron, Danny 137,174
Darby, Rankin 195 R
Davenport, Elizabeth 88,124-,184
Davis Beanie 134,195
Davis, Bernard 195
Davis, Bradley 174
Davis, Burton 137,149,184
Davis, Denise 30,145,147,174
Davis Donnie 174
Davis, Eddie 130,195
Davis Hartensia 104,145,184
Davis, jacqueline 119,135,174
Davis, Marcia 66,103,145,15l,l55
Davis, Michael 174
Davis, Roger 174
Davis, Sherry 174
Davis, Vernise 145,174
Dawkins, Carlwell 195
Dawkins, David 100,112,164,l65,184
Dawkins, Mae 145,174
Deal, Gary 124,184
Deaton, jerry 174
Deaton, Susan 137,184
DcBerry, Katrelia 132,184
DeFri1-ce, Sandra 138,184
DeLaine, Theresa 37,38,11l,1l6,120,
De1,aine, Thomas 117,129,l37,
De1.uca, Albert 141,174
De1.uca, 1.aura 195
Denisio, Chuck 69,148,168,
Denning, Cindy 184
Denning, Sandra 184
Dennis, Ronnie 164,165,184
Denny, Teresa 184
Dicken, Anita 60,104,113,145,
Dickinson, Bill l12136,195
Diggs Andrienne 60,138,151,
Diggs Carlton 195
Diggs, Ronald 184
Dillg Cathy 133,137,184
Dills Sandra 136,195
Dixon, Cindy 130,174
Dixon, Kevin 184
Dixon, Rhon 41,42,45,148,
Dixon, Roy 25,160,184
Dobson, Dianna 195
Dockery, David 175
Dockery, Gregory 69,175
Dorsctt, jane 124,147,175
Dorsett, jill 125,157,184
Duster, Waver 143,195
Draughn, David 41,44,69,l4-8,
Draughn, Mike 168,169,195
Drezner, Cindy 184,239
Dudley, lrisbeth 120,184-,191,
Duff, Lawrence 184
Dull, Sherrun 21,65,116,121,l24,
Dumas Orris 185
Duncan, Dani-tte 195
Dunigan, Mike 168,185
Dunigan, Sharon 175
Dunlap, Darrell 195
Dunlap, Leroy 90,92,l95
Dunlap, Thomas 136,185
Durham, Rr-nald 98,112175
Durham, Ted 121,127,195
Durham,,Th umas 239
Easter, Doris 135,157,195
Easter, Terry 41,143,185
Eaton, Laura 112,113,117,118,
Edgar, Dan 125,135,185
Edwards Marcia 87,114-,125,127,
l54,155, 158, 159, 195
Eldrith, jeffrey 175
Elliott, Patti 83,175
Elliott, William 143,150,195
Embler, Gary 195
Embler, Henry 111,117,124-,
Emerson, llka 175
Evans Delores 135,145,195
Evans Gene 185
Evans james 143,195 -
Evans johnny 40,4-1,4-4,69,70, 73,
Evans Kenneth 175
Evans Stephen 141
Everhart, Lisa 104,145,175
Exline, Chris 1 1 3,1 14,1 18,
127, 182, 185
Ezarnack, Ricky 185
Fanner, Art 185
Faver, Cathy l5,87,1 14,1 24,
154, 155, 195
Ferguson, jim 141,142,160,
Ferree, Regina 20,21,135,145,
Field, Melodic 185
Flake, Kathy 175
Flake, james 69,144,149-,195
Flake, Tony 92,144,195
Flowers, Carolyn 138,185
Flowers, joseph 911137, 175
Flowers Sally 195,206
Floyd, Carney 116,120,124,129,
Floyd, jane 175
Foster, Hardy 185
Foust, Norma 135,143,196
Fowler, Bambi 56,185
Foxworth, David 175
may, Debbie 31,89,120,l23,124,
Fraley, Donald 175
Frank, Marshall 175
Freeman, jeff 196,206
Freeman, Lynne 117,162,196
French, David 142,185
Froneberger, Teresa 17,114,125,
Gaines, Brenda 117, 134,135, 145,
Gainey, Anna 20,82112137,
Gainey, Ava 185
Gainey, Deborah 120,185,191,
Gairrey, Napolean 142,143,185
Gallimore, Kim 22,23,54,58,86,87 88
Gallimore, Tammy 123,149, 158,
Gallman, john 31,185
Gallman, Sheila 166,167,196
Gallman, Terri 151,155,159,l96
Garcia, Teresa 114,117,135,
Garrison, Gary 185
Garrison, Leessa 196
Gaskin, joe 196
Gay, Terri 124,196
Gerringer, Amy 162,175
Gerringer, Daryl 137,175
Gibson, Alice 31,36,37,85,88,89,
114-,l16, 129, 151,154,155, 196,239
Gibson, Ann 175
Gibson, Chryl 28,123,124-,127,
Gibson, Gwen 116,120,124,196
Gibson, julia 21,l66,167,185
Gilchrist, Sandi 88,118,123,127,
Giles, Bemita 145,185
Gill, Anthony 135,185
Gilley, Sandra 141
Gilmer, Andrea 185,190
Glenn, Susan 105,145,175
Gold, Wendy 175
Goode, Rhydonna 143,185
Goodwin, Dianne 175
Grainger, Alice 124,147,175
Grant, joe 185
Graves, Larry 137,185
Gray, Louise 185
Gray, Sharon 185
Gray, Susan 196
Green. Gary 185
Green, Howard 185
Green, Larry 69,133,185
,Sreen, Mark 113,114,135,172,
Greene, Bobby 114,124,131
Greene, Lawrence 185
Greer, Dale 185
Gregory, John 69,72 135, 144,
Gregory, Marcia 137
Griffin, Rhonda 151,185
Griffin, Sid 196
Griffith, Karen 111,149,155,
Griffith, Sharen 196
Grimes Bobby 185
Grimes Venus 175
Grissett, Debbie 185
Grubb, Vicki 196
Gueth, Charles 112,129,176
Gulledge, Pam 129,176
Gulledge, Paula 36,37,88,89,120,
Gumey, Cherie 65,83,166,167,
Guthrie, Susie 117.176
Hackler, Cindy 31,120,151,162,
Hagy, Valerie 186
Haithcock, Ronnie 13,117,196
Hall, Brian 141,196
Hall, Deborah 186
fHaIl, Mark 97,98,176
Hall, Tony 143,196
Hamilton, Patricia 196
Hamlin, Jerome 135,141
Hamlin, Stephen 41,68,69,73,74,
Hammitt, Randal 186
Hampton, Tammy 186
Haney, Wilbert 130,186
Haney, Wilks 130,186
Hankins, Cindy 141,176
Harbinson, Sandra 117,135,167,
Hardin, Bennie 141,186
Harlee, Jane 186
Harp, Shelia 176
Harpe, Keith 69,144,186
Harrington, Jeannie 196
Harris Jim 41,148,196
Harris, Mary 130,145,147,
Harris, Randy 143,196
Harrison, Elizabeth 21,135,196
Hassapelis, Elaine 186
Hayes, Kenneth 130,196
Haymure, Betsy 102,147,186
Haynes Debbie 176
Haywood, Daphne 176
Hedrick, Jan 125,162,186
Helton, Linda 162,186
Hembree, Ricky 143,196
Henderson, Beverly 65,166,167,
Henderson, John 197
Hendrix, Jean 176
Hemdon, Karen 176
Hemdon, Sallie 176
Hester, Lee 176
Hewitt, Clyde 28,87,89,126,127,
Hiatt, Debbie 176
Hiatt, Randy 46,186
Hiatt, Robin 186
High, Steve 22,186
Hill, Greg 69,94,176
Hill, janet 176
Hill, Jerry 186
Hill, Johnny 137,186
Hill, Ken 54,68,69,72,75,89.
Hillian, Donald 97,99,176
Hilliard, Candy 196
Hilliard, Maria 176
Hilton, Deborah 138,151,157,
Hinkle, Penny 66,125,127,151,
Hipps Jon 22,23,119,186
Hodgin, Keith 122,197
Hoke, Avis 137,197
Hoke, Bobby 94,137,176
Hoke, Robert 137,176
Holbrok, Cathy 176
Holdren, Jesse 176
Holland, Donald 81,117
Holland, Teresa 17,28,62,86,111,
Hourngswmm, Nikki 111,124.134,
Holt, David 141,197
Hoover, Randy 87,123,129,197
Horlick, Marsha 186
Homaday, Ronald 176
Homer, Judy 186
Horney, Ann 136,151,157,186
Homey, Susan 57, 111,114,149,
Horton, Randy 58,119,123,
Howard, Elaine 89,155,197
Howard, Felicia 176
Howard, Michael 143,197
Howard, Tony 186
Howell, Steve 25,64,129
Hubbard, Nancy 56,112,124,
Hudspeth, Myra 65, 166,167,
Hughes Mike 186
Hunt, Alice 124,138,186
Hunt, Bill 197
Hunt, Gene 112,176
Hurley, Eddie 141,186
Hutchins, Jane 141,155,197
Hutchens, Kathy 135,176
Hutcherson, Jeff 22,83,100,
Hutchinson, Johnny 176
Hutson, Becky 21,121,145,
Idol, Carolyn 186
Idol, Dallas 143,197
Idol, Michael 197
Idol, Sherry 176
Idol, Tim 176
Ikerd, Melodye 176
Ilderton, Pam 176
Ingold, Susan 31,66,116,125,129,
lngram, Angela 137,157,186
Ingram, Billy 143,198
Ingram, Kim 135, 198
Ingram, LuAnn 157,186
Ingram, Pam 186
Ingram, Pertena 137,157,198
Inman, Sheila 21,133,145,
Isley, Eddie 46,186
Ivey, Jim 22, 148,165,
Jackson, Deby 111,114,162,
Jackson, Ilka 135,145,198
Jackson, John 137
4gJacobs, Mark 198
Jagt, Lynne 186
Jarrett, Foy 143,198
Jarrett, Loy 124,154,155,
Jarrett, Pam 112114,118,
Jennings Kenny 143
Jennings Leodis 54,57,64,82,112,
Jester, Melinda 89, 1 14,116,121,
Jett, Valeria 102134,147,
John, Scott 186
Johnson, Debbie 20,21,67,89,
Johnson, Glenda 21,104-,113,145,
Johnson, Larry 186
Johnson, Phillip 186
Johnson, Randy 143,160,198
Johnson, Robert 135,198
J ohnson, Terry 198
Johnson, Timmy 68,69,73,148,
Jolly, Tyra 187
Jones Cydnie 60,138,187
Jones Jimmy 56,129,135,
jones, Mark 160,176
Jones, Randy D. 143,187
Jones, Randy L. 143,150,187
Jones Randy S. 143
Jones Steve 14,64,198
Josephson, Paul 187
Kahn, Dennis 176
Karahalios, Bill 176
Kauth, Kim 177
Kear, April 138,187
Keams Karen 177
Kearns, Ricky 144,177
Keams Sandi 159,198
Kelley, Debbie 177
Kelly, Mike 187
Kelsey, Terri 177
Kemp, Jon 168,198
Kennedy, Pam 198
Kennedy, Roger 177
Key, Mickey 21,158, 159,
Kidwell, David 31,41,88,89,
Kiger, Kara 55,150,187
Kilgariff, Mike 199
Kimble, Mike 143,150,199
Kindle, Cynthia 130, 149, 199,
King, Craig l40,142,168,199
King, James 98,137,177
,King Mark 142,187
Kirby, Laura 112,113,135,
Kirkman, Timothy 142,150,187
Kistler, Carrie 199
JKivett, Mark 137,177
Kueny, Andy 88,113,121
Kuykendall, Robert 199
Kyles, Shirley 123,199
Lain, Dawn 60,112,114,
Lamb, Jaye 136,177
Land, Kathy 187
Larkins, Richard 97,168,169,
Lassiter, Scott 28,92, 165,
Lassiter, Ronny 57,60,100,
Lawrence, Perry 199
Lawrence, Roy 177
Lax, Tracy 177
Leckie, Melody 82124,133,
Ledford, Hank 100,148,155,
Ledfori Steve 199
Ledwell, Randy 46,48,148,
Legrand, Tracy 177
Legrande, Kathy 102,137,147,
Legrande, Roger 54,90,92, 93,
Lehman, Kim 177
Leonard, Debra 112,177
Leonard, Dennis 28,114,1l8,127,
Leonard, John 17,28,54,58,87,88,1 13,
Leonard, Kathy 31,135
Leonard, Timothy 137,177
Lewis, James 199
Lewis, Sammy 177
Lindsay, John 69,137,177
Liner, Sharon 112,114,133,187
Linville, Anita 187
Little, Cynthia 199
Little, Melanie 28,60,65,120,
Little, Sam 41,69,72,148,187
Livengood, Sherry 87,88,89,114,
Logan, Larry 137,155,199
Long, Tim 187
Love, Satrenia 138,151,187
Lovern, Carl 142
Lovette, Phyllis 20,102,112,147,
Lowe, Carol 187
Lowe, Glenn 92,137,177
Luther, Keith 80,112,113,l17,
Lynlg Daniel 94,95,177
Mack, Kara 97,98,177
Mader, Judi 81,117,124,200
Malpass Terry 155,200
Manners Rodney 141,187
Marshall, Delenial 177
Marshall, Terry 143,200
Martin, Sam 177
Mason, James 178
Massey, Darlene 111,147,149,178
Maxwell, Carol 21,65,67,82,113,
Maynard, Marie 134,200,206
Mays, Greg 14,32,64,136,
McAlexander, Tim 187
McAllister, Raymond 28,29,57,85,
McBrayer, Cathy 178
McBride, Sandra 187
McCaslin, Brenda 117,162,178
McCaslin., Randy 187
McCarter, Debra 135,136,200
McCollum, Gayle 178
McCos, Annabelle 141,155,200
McCullough, Darlene 20,21,135,
McCulloch, Janice 16,125,133,138,
McDanieL Raye 187
McDowell. Michaelle 21.65.82,104,
McDowell, Mike 28,30,46,56,69,73,
McElrath, Alfred 177,178
McElrath, Bernie 20,21,89,102,103,
McElrath, Joseph 69,72,98,178
McGaha, Kathy 178
McGaha, Keith 178
McGee, Wesley 28,58,69,73,85,100,
McGill, Sandra 187
McGowan, Robbie 114,118, 160,
McGraw, Sheila 187
McGraw, Toby 187
Mclnnis Cotrelia 56,87,89,135,
Mclnnis Houster 137,187
McKee, Carolyn 141,188
McLain, Brenda 147,162,178
McLeod, Stephen 178
McMahan, Kim 149,188
McMurray, Carolyn 135,178
McNeil, Arleatha 147,178
McNeil, David 178
MePheron, Herbie 141
McPherson, Bobby 22,143,201
McPherson, Dennis 188
McRae, Mae Frances 137,178
Mebane, Tony 201
Medlin, Bill 16,86,88,112,113,114,
J. P. 46,49,69.84,124,
Patty 20,21, 101, 112,114,
Metcalfe, Janice 114,130,138,
Michael, Elwood 9293,178
Michael, Jerome 143
Michael, Vicki 135,158,178
Mickey, David 188
Middlebrooks Ronnie 118,134,135,
Mikels, Terry 178
Miles Barry 141
Miles Greg 175,178
Millard, Becky 178
Millard, Charles 178
Mills Ronald 54,64,112,113,
Mitchell, Richard 201
Mitheell, Susan 101,178
, Alicia 162,178
, Frederick 28,142,188
, Myles 201
, Patra 28,113, 114,l25,130,
Moore, Sharyn 57,80,117,124,147,
Moore, Susan 117,151,188
Moore, Teresa 141,202
Morel, Patti 88,117,119,188
Morris Cindy l2,28,31,81,86,112,
Morris Mary Jo 12,124,127,136,
Morris Mary Lynn 20,87,102103,
Moss Clara 178
Mowery, Karen 178
Mullinnix, Cary 100,188
Murchison, Mercedes 145,147,202
Murphey, James 1l4,124, 168,
Murphy, Christie 188
Murr, Ronald 160,178
Murray, Eddie 143,202
Murray, Susan 141,202
Murvin, Kirby 188
Murvin, Larry 97,150,202
Nanney, Mark 188
Nash, Freddie 28,81,145,150,
Nash, Harold 40,4l,42,68,69,
Naylor, Keith 113,114,165, 168,
Neely, Lavalla 178
Neely, Mindy 158,159,202
Newsom, llonna 178
Newton, Brenda 178
Nichols Steve 29,60,137,188
Nicks, Ruby 188
Nielson, Grant 168,178
Nielson, Terry l7,60,62,66,
Nooe, 'llerri l2l,l62,188,239
Oglesby, Annette 143,188
Oglesby, Ricky 178
O'Neil, Johnnie Mae 104,l30,l45,
O'Neil, Vanessa 188
Orchekowski, Gregory 188
Osborne, Pam 130,179
Ostrandcr, Dawn 179
Ostrander, Debbie 162202
Ostrander, Denise 179
Overby, Randy 130
Overman, Susan 17,57,114,119,
Overman, Ronnie 41,148,202
Owen, John 179
Owens, Ralph 150,189
Page, Jenncll 189
Palmer, Jesse 69,189
Parham, Michael 189
Parker, Teresa 179
Parks, Robin 89,189
Parrish, Jan 162,189
Parrish, Stanley 179
Parsley, Karen 162,202
Parsons, Gary l3,1l4,135,168,
Parsons, Glennie 149,202
Payne, Debbie 202
Payne, Dewey 179
Payne, Sherry 135,179
Pearson, Felicia 54,179
Peele, Candy 179
Pegram, Steve 179
Pegues, Gwen 179
Pendry, Dale 46,148,203
Pendry, Donna 203
Perkins, Lavander 97,142,143,150,
Peters jamie 105,145,162,179
Peters, Joni 118,119,124,162,
Petty, Elizabeth 16,31,66,112,114,
116, 123, 125,127, 149,155, 158,
Petty, Nedra 133,189
Phillips Ronald 150,203
Pickenpack, Katherine 179
Pilson, Craig 94,188,189
Pinnix, Marty 21,130,189
Pope, Kamy 121,189,239
Poole, Chris 203
Poole, Keith 179
Poovey, Bonnie 86,87,89,1 14,116,
Potter, Mary 179
Powell, Geraldine 145,14-9,179
Powell, Jack 68,69,70,73,148,189
Powe1L Linda 158
Powers, Nona 179
Pratt, Annie 130,203
Prevette, Alice 141,189
Price, Danny 179
Price, Terry 179
Priddy, Cynthia 179
Proctor, Brenda 21 ,102,1 24,147,203
Pmitt, Doug 69,179
Pruitt, Ty 69,73,1a9
Quick, Ella 145,179
Quick, John 97,150,203
Quick, Nadine 114,157,203
Quinn, Ellen 54,102,111-5,147,
Quinn, Mary 65,104,105,117,118,
Ramirez, Coralia 67,125
Ramirez, Ofelia 67, 102
Randall, Randy 137,144,189
,Rasda1, Mark 41,125,189
Ratliff, Jim 24,25,64,136,203
Reagan, Pat 158,159,189
Reed, Clarence 143,150
Reed, Lewis 179
Reed, Russell 189
Rice, Robin 22,104,140,148,189
Rich, Cindy 130,189
Rich, Debbie 20,116,203
!Rich, Mark 142,189
Richardson, Greg 189
Richardson, Judy 102,147,179,
Ridge, Doug 150,203
Ridge, Tim 137,179
Robbins, Bobby 179
Robbins, lvey 179
Roberson, David 134,136,143,203
Roberts Donise 137,154,203
Roberts Eric 4-6,137,144,189
Roberts, Sean 179
Robertson, Gary 189
Robertson, Kathy 125,129,179
Robertson, Sandra 179
Robinson, Dennis 179
Robinson, Randy 72, 74,94,148,179
Roebuck Marsha 137,189
Rogers, Becky 141,203
Rogers Darenda 162,189
Rogers, Robby 124,150,189
Rogers Suberba 130
Rollins, David 203
Ross Rose 179
,Rouse, Mark 69,168,179
Royal, Brenda 143,203
Royals Connie 179
Royals, Craig 141,189
Royals Mary 149
Rucker, Ellen 130,180
Ruff, Robert 41,97
Safewriyit, Janice 203
Samuel, Robbie 180
Sanders, John 112,165,180
Sanders Tommy 14-3
Saude, Mary 180
Saunders David 143,203
Saunders, Jacky 104,147,189
Savvas Danay 48,88,114,123,135,
Sawyers, David 180
Schmoyer, Darryl 172
Schmoyer, Jeff 88,89,126,127,
Scott, Vclda 137,180
Scagraves Cindy 189
,Sechler, Mark 87,116,120,132,
Seltz, Susan 141,203
Setzer, Sherna 189
Sexton, David 66,168,189
Sexton, Terry 180
Shacklett, Lilli 180
Shacklett, Stan 203
Shannon, Chuck 135,180
Sharpe, Zeb 16,41,143,203
Shaver, Sandra 180
Shelley, Steve 189
Shelton, David 180
Shepherd, Denise 180
Shields Jeff 180
Shoemaker, Jeff 142,189
Shubert, Steve 143,160,203
Shuskey, Lu Ann 141,189
Simmons Ann 180
Simmons, Doug 143
Simmons, Karen 21,ll2,147,189
Simmons, Kathy 189
Simpson, Ira 64,112,113,118,141,
Simpson, Tommy 203
Sims, Charles 143,180
Sinichak, Carol 82,114,1l6,133
Sizemore, Steve 114-,160,161,203,
Slack, Patti 101,117,124,203
Slack, Terri 101,112,158,l80
Small, Steven 69,73,74,92,148,
Smith, Angela 180
Smith, Charlie 41,69,189
Smith, Dana 104,125,133,203
Smith, Debbie K. 189
Smith, Debbie L. 141,189
Smith, Donetta 130,203
Smith, Edward 190
Smith, Eric 150,206
Smith, Gary 24,25,64,97,129,
Smith, Gary 180
Smith, Jamie 166,167
Smith, Joel 204
Smith, Kay 141,190
Smith, Keith 204
Smith, Kirby 180
Smith, Mm-is 20,21,151,190
fsmnh, Mark 190
Smith, Nancy 101,190
Smith, Pamela 112,124,157,204
Smith, Richie 190
Smith, Ricky 69,100,143,148,165,
Smith, Ronald 180
Smith, Terri 114,141,204
Smith, Tommie 1801
Snelson, Michael 180
Sorrell, Billy 46,50,69,71,72,74,83,
Southards, Anita 180
Southards, Doug 190
Sowers, Kent 87,204
Spikes, Phyllis 137,180
Spivey, Joe 180
Spivey, Marsha 180
Springer, Mike 143,150
Sprye, Robert 136,180
Stack, Meloney 162,190
Staley, Janis 204
Stanley, Delores 190
Stanley, Jan 204
Stanley, Karen 130,180
Steele, Gail 145,190
Stepp, Jeff 204
Stevens, Ricky 89,204
Stone, Carole 81,112,117,118,119,
Stookey, Greta 17,66,125,204
Strange, Kenny 204
Strawberry, Phyllis 204
Strawberry, Vicky 137,180
Strickland, Virgellen 132,141,190
Strictlin, Weylan 190
Strong, Stephanie 190
Strong, William 143,204
Stroud, Brenda 162,180
Stroud, Dawn 31,120,124,162,190,
Stubbs, Freddy 94,180,181
Sturdivant, James 143,204
Stutts, Barry 168,204
Stutts, Garry 57,831,204
Sumner, Steve 142
Surratt, Randy 204
Susong, Doug 56,135,155,168,204
Swaim, John 114,142,155,204
Swaim, Kathy 180
Talbert, Kennic 204
Talley, Daniel 143,150,204
Tapscott, David 180
Tate, Ava 14.135,204
Tate, Bertha Anne 180
Taylor, William 180
Terrell, Linda 138,190
Thacker, James 204
Thomas, Bob 181
Thomas, Brett 181
Thompson, Doug 168,204
Thompson, Kim 190
Thompson, Norma 141,204
Thomton, Buddy 137,190
Tignor, Fred 141,181
Tillman, Chiquita 105,137,181
Tillman, George 190
Tillman, J ames 204
Tillman, Lelin 190
Tolson, Sandra 190
Townsend, Randy 181
Trimnal, J anicc 204
Tumer, Arthur 143,190
Tumer, James 181
Turner, Nancy 104,105,145,160,l66
Tumer, Terri 20,21,82,102,145,147,
Tyson, Keith 135,181
Underwood, Patty 113,166,167,172,
Underwood, Sandy 28,80,81,113,
Upton, Rudy 94,95,181
Voncannon, Pamela 143,204
Vestal, Donese 135,204
Votsch, Randy 124,141,190
Wade, Don 142,168,190
Wagner, Randy 150
Walker, Gary 97,188,190
Walker, Terry 135,151,162,181
Walker, Vicki 88,120,145,166,l67,180,
Wall, Cathy 116,204
Wall, Diane l11,149,l51,157,18l
Wall, Gale 190
Wall, Wanda 181
Wallace, Benjamin 98,128,181
Wallace, Cy 130,204
Wallace, Delores 20,21,145,190
Wallace, Hubert 181
Wallace, Tamzie 114,117,157,190
Wallace, Walter 60,142,190
Waller, Jane 166,167,205
Walton, J oe 64,133,205
Walton, Paula 54,135,181
Walton, Wanda 20,21,89,102,l24,147,
Ward, Patti 13,124,l55,205
Ward, Ricky 168,181
Ward, Ronnie 168,181
Wardlaw, Vanessa 181
Warford, Carolyn 105,135,145,181
Warford, Debbie 31,112,121,129,190,239
warren, Toni 31,57,88,89,116,120,124,
Washam, Randy 205
Washington, David 137,181
Washington, Keith 137,205
Wasserman, Mike 100,148,191
Watts, Roy 205
Weatherly, Jan 1 17,118,119,124,137,
Weatherman, Steve 31,36,37,100,101,114,120
Weaver, Jerry 191
Weaver, Terry 191
Weavil, Max 191
Webb, Jackie 62,1 14,125,155,158,
Weeks, David 181
Weeks, Linda 21,l18,119,129,136,205
, Angie 105,135,145,181
Westbrook, Marty 102,191
Whisnant, Kim 112,117,119,191
White, Dennis 191
White, Gerald 135,141,205
White, Jayne 137.181
White, Kim 138,181
White, Ronald 46,69,148,19l
White, Sandy 111,191
White, Sherry 105,145
White, Vickie 191
Wiley , D
J erry 205
Wiley, Janice 191
Williams, Anthony C. 94,135,181
Williams, Anthony W. 94,135,181
Williams, Beverly 121,145,181,239
, Gralyn 143,205
Williams, Judy 28,147,181
Williams, Linda 205
, Lynn 138.191
Williams, Nathaniel 135,205
Williams, Patricia 191
Williams, Paul 181
Williams, Wanda 135,145,205
Williams, Willie 92,191
Williford, Holt 41,191
Wilson, Curtis 69,73,74,96,148,205
Wilson, Kathy 137,181
Winslow, Teresa 135,181
Wise, Tanya 111,205
Wolfe, Lee 141,205
Wood, Kenny 181
Woodward, Debbie 191
Woodward, Donnie 41,191
Wright, Durante 181
Wright, James 181
Wright, Libby 124,162,163,205
Wright, Shane 69,148,162,165,191
Yahya, Ellen 191
Yale, Becky 191
Yale, Patty 101,157,181
Yarborough, Margaretta 88,120,124,
Yarborough, Thad 69,191
York, Jeff 41,45,69,100,148,191
York, Sandi 205
Young, Craig 191
Young, Meta 145,205
Young, Rebecca 21,31,37,84,87,112,114,
Yow, Randy 148,191
To most students at Andrews, the school year 1972-1973 will be a
year to remember. There were exciting and disappointing days, days
full ofjoy and happiness, and those days that some people would rather
The students were proud of the football team as they brought
distinction to Andrews throughout the city. They were proud of the
Band that almost went to the Olympics. They were proud of students
who distinguished themselves and brought honors to Andrews . . .
. . . Distinction came to Andrews in the form of dedicated students
who served their clubs and school proudly. The students showed their
concern for the community by always serving when they were asked.
And there were also days that nothing could go right, when students
felt that they could crawl into their lockers and not come out again.
But during a year, there has to be a mixture of good and not so good
which always will he reminders of the year 1972-1973.
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The REVERIE Staff would like to express its appreciation to the following people. Without you it would not
have been possible for us to publish this book.
Thanks to . . .
The student body of HPA-you created what we have attempted to preserve.
The faculty-for excusing our many interruptions.
Mark Sechler-for all of our fantastic photography.
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Mrs. Ann Byerly and the Business Stafffwithout your efforts we could not pay for our books.
Susan lngold-for your great art work throughout the book.
Mrs. Loraine Fairfax-for putting up with our many phone calls and letters to Delmar.
Mr. C. F. Boswell-for shooting our classes pictures and many of our candids and also for being our company
Our advertisers and patrons-without you the book would not be possible.
lt is hard to believe that it is over. You have your books now and you are the judge.
Ali-ce Gibson 1972-73
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