Thomasville High School - Pines Yearbook (Thomasville, GA)
- Class of 1988
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THOMASVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 1988
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Motion - a vi-
tal part of our
lives. Motion to-
helps us grow and
enables us to get
involved in life.
Passivity in any
facet of our lives
and we move no-
where. Getting in-
volved and reach-
ing goais in
academics as well
as social aspects of
our lives always
more than remain-
Reaching a state of social
maturity demands that we
reach out to others and work
to achieve strong relation-
ships. This includes standing
by what you think is right but
always having an open mind.
Closing our minds to new ideas
prevent us from fulfilling our
responsibilities to society.
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GO WITH THE
Give yourself over to
the momentum of soci-
ety without compro-
mising your views. To-
tally rejecting the ideas
and beliefs of others
isolates us from society.
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Setting goals for our-
selves helps create an
upward trend in the
journey towards suc-
cess. Often certain
obstacles are thrown
in our path, but with
tion, these can be
growth of intellecu-
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tal understanding is
the beginning of the
maturity needed for
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Far right: Dr. Fred Dorminy, Superintendent Thom-
asville City Schools
Right: Dr, G,L. Ecklcs, Principal Thomasville High
Emory Hopkins, Assistant Principal
David Putman. Assistant Principal
Jerry Studdard, Assistant Principal
T.H. . dministration
Imagine THS as an atom. The electrons, swirling around like bees around
a hive, are held intact by the nucleus. Without the nucleus, where would they
be? It would be a state of total anarchy. Without a central unifying force, the
student body would be in state of anarchy - thatls where our administration
comes in. The administration performs such necessary functions as disci-
pline, keeping order in the lunch line tno skippinglj, curriculum, ringing the
bell Cmaybe just a little early on Fridayj, and our school budget. Our
administration is a part of what makes THS the best!!
The 1987-1988 school year was the second year of Dr. Dorminyis position
as Superintendent. Last year he promoted school spirit with a Color Spirit
Competition for the entire city system. This year, he furthered the education
ofthe student body with a two-part informative session on AIDS. There are
also many exciting plans for THS in the future, including possible expansion
of administrative offices, addition of vocational classrooms, and acquisition
of a girls softball field and additional parking spaces. CYEAHHUJ
Director of Social Services: Samuel Boykins
Director of Instruction, 7-12: Lewis Brunner
Assistant Superintendent of Instruction: Dr. .lim Cable
Director of Special Education: Betty Cox
Director of Chapter One and Special Programs: Hugh
Assistant Superintendent of Services: Dr. Gary Johnson
Board Members: Dan Bain. Debbie Loftiss, Richard Mooney
Bill Norwood, Bill Raney, Curtis Thomas
Counselors And Secretaries
All my SAT scores are missing? That's not funny Mr. Goff.
Oh, you're not kidding Ilve got four tests today, Mr.
Williams. You've got to help mel . . . So, you're life is falling
apart and you're ready to throw in the towel .. . Chin up!
That's what counselors are for! They're here to help us with
any school or personal problems we may have.
We certainly can,t forget the secretaries of THS! They help
keep our school organized while lending a hand wherever
needed. We students would be in a lot of trouble without the
secretaries to get us those last-minute transcripts or our col-
lege applications sent off for the deadline that just happened to
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Language Arts Department
Every student at THS is required to take four years of English so that when
we leave, we'll be able to use our native tongue properly. That's where the
English department steps in. English teachers guide us through grammar,
expand our conciousness through literary interpretation, and at the same time,
try to drive us crazy with papers due every Week. Aaahh! But the English
department should be commended on its effort to provide us with the best
possible background in our language that it can.
So, bring your English teacher an apple one day just to say thanks. But make
sure they understand that there is no symbolic meaning in it or you may have
another paper to add to your list.
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Right: Anne King, Loyal Leas. Marilyn Cran- L 3 I ,
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Left: Robert Smith. Donna Meredith. Below: Deborah Mayer. Vicki
What is a parabola anyway? It's a circle an ellipse or an
ellipse a circle? . . . OK, lovelies. What about homework? Are there
any questions or are you all experts? . . . All I keep getting is an
error message and lave tried everything! Line numbers? We have to
have them for the program to work? . . . You can't use a calculator
to graph a line. Ch, you're using it as a straight edge . . . If you're
one of those people who cringe at the mention of math, you're in
trouble because it takes 3 YEARS of math to graduate. But it's not
so bad. The math department makes learning how math relates to
our everyday lives a challenge to be met. On the other hand, if you
love math, there's the calculus class to conquer or trig to challenge
you. The math department prepares students for the addition, sub-
traction, graphing, equation solving, and other mathematical func-
tions we have to face in life.
Not Pictured: Cheryl Greene, Wayne Harris
Right: James Greene. Below: Dave
Faulkner. Scarlett Lott
"No, you can't glue the bunsen burner to the lab table!" . . . "What do you mean
the litmus paper burst into flame? It was only supposed to turn blue! . . . G'Just give
me my Lab before you blow up the place. You realize that you will be totally slain if
you do that, donlt you?" . . . Science is what you make it, and the majority of the
students at THS make it fun. What would be better than collecting insects in the
middle of winter or dissecting Kermit the frog or a favorite pet worm. The Science
department does its best to graduate students from THS with a working knowledge of
how our everyday world functions. Exploring the frontiers of science allows students
to meet new and exciting challenges while learning to face life Cfuneral services for
Kermit will be held tomorrowj. And by the way, if youire walking down the hall and
smell something really terrible, that's the future chemists of the world playing in the
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Social Studies Department
Are you serious? Henry VIII had 6 wives? He's right up there with Mickey Rooney! . . .
Why did Napoleon always have his hand in his coat in pictures? Did his Suspenders break
or something? . . . Maybe you're not a history fan, but studying our ancestors give us an
insight into ourselves and why we do things. The THS Social Studies department works
hard to develop the skills of the student body so that we may one day be a part of history
.. . What do you mean you lost Sl00,000 in the stock market? Another movie on the
fundamentals of checks and balances? Ahh! . . . Economics, another aspect of the Dept., is
a valuable course and something we will use in our everyday lives. The Social Studies Dept.
deals with our past, present, and future to provide the student body with a well-rounded
Far above: Geraldine Greene. Above: Gayla
This row: Betty Presnell, Philip Pugh, Tommy
O.K. class, you can hit the locker room. You've got
plenty of time . . . There's 30 seconds before the bell
rings. W Hustle! No, your five laps canlt be around
the telephone pole. - It's a bird . . . It's a plane . . .
No! Itls a misfired tennis ball over the fence again! So
maybe you're not Bruce Jenner or John McEnroe, but
the THS coaches try to gear the physical activities
available to appeal to everyone. The coaches are con-
cerned with keeping THS physically fit while making
it fun in the process. They introduce students to new
games, as well as some old favorites, and try to teach
the importance of team cooperation and sportsman-
ship. Thanks coaches, we'd all be fat slobs without
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Excuse me Mrs. White, but I
really can't think with all this
noise going on. Yes, I realize that
all typewriters sound like that but
if we just stopped for alittle while
I could get my hearing back
Oh! So, when the bank says I have
a negative amount in my account,
that means I have no more mon-
ey. l thought the bank was sub-
tracting that amount from it's
money supply and were just tell-
ing me for some strange reason
. . . Why do I want another bottle
of white-out? Well, I really
wouldn't need this one if you
would stop counting off for errors.
Aren't apple and epple spelled
close enough to get by? So,
you're not one of those people
who want to take typing. Well, at
least take accounting so you can
figure out how much money
you're paying other people to type
your papers. tThat can get expen-
sive with the tons of papers that
have to be written in collegelj
Below, l to ra Marilou Grimes. Janet
Huxford, Anne Lester, Evelyn
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What do you mean we have to
write a 5000 word essay on qua-
sars, having only 4 paragraphs,
using the word quasars only 10
times . . . and it's due tomorrow?!
. . . It's due today? I thought
Anna Karenina was due next
week. I haven't even started! . . .
Honest Mrs. Stowers, I really did
write my paper, but my dog ate it.
Can I turn it in a little late with-
out any points being taken off? CI
wouldn't count on itlj . . . If
you're plagued by one or more of
these problems, then itls off to the
library! The library is an impor-
tant part of our school, although
many students take it for granted.
Where else could you finish your
paper due next period or grab a
few newspaper articles? The li-
brary staff is ready to help with
reports you may have, using the
card catalog, or just finding the
correct spelling of word. Just keep
in mind . . . ONLY FOUR PEO-
PLE TO A TABLE!!
Fine Arts Give
Mrs. Lawson, my ears are squished! Can't I take these dumb
headphones off? I don't know what this woman is saying
anyway . . . But it's abstract art, Mr. Williams. I know I
haven't shaped the clay yet, but it doesn't need to be . . . Who
would have the patience to make up a scale like DO-RE-MI? .
. . Although not given enough credit, the Fine Arts Dept. at
THS offers students a break from the monotony of academics
and a chance to develop the talents that may be hidden within
us. The Fine Arts teachers are responsible for developing what
little culture we may acquire before leaving THS.
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Q, Williams, art: Anto-
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Charlene Bond, Home Ec.
Jennifer Pearson, Special Education
Nicole Roesch, Special Education
Vicki Hunt, Learning Disabilities
Below: Harriett Mitchum, Hom
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structiong Russel Tinsley, Metals.
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Above: Lee Bailey, Industrial Arts
Yes, that's right! The Special People have a category all
their own tand they deserve it!J. The teachers in this field
teach special skills such as photography, drafting and wood
working while providing the hearing impaired and LD students
with the special attention they need. Many students have opted
for a new twist to their high school career. Juniors and seniors
have the opportunity to attend Thomas Tech for part of their
school day. On the other hand, seniors have the opportunity to
attend Thomas Tech as their senior year. They leave Thomas
Tech with the skills necessary to enter the career field of their
choice including such fields as Respiratory Therapy and Metal
Left: Russell Tinsley, Metals. Below left: Lillie Rayford, DCT Coordinator. Below right:
Robert Keene, Construction. Far Below: Edgar Anderson, Transportation.
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Futch, Sr. Not Pictured: Harry Jefferson, Albert McCoy, Leroy
STAMPEDEl No, it's just lunchtime in
the THS cafeteria. Lots of hard work and
dedication goes into preparing a nutritional
lunch for the entire student body and faculty.
Can you imagine cleaning up afterwards?
Ughh! For a room that has always been de-
clared "off limits, mystery meat cookingf,
the cafeteria is the busiest place in THS. The
maintenance staff is an invaluable asset to
THS. They keep the school clean and in tip-
top condition. fLet's face it, wading through
halls filled with paper would not be very
pleasantlj HATS OFF to these people.
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Norma Bloodworth, Cafeteria
Manager: Geraldine Conger,
larence Brock, Beulah Seabrooks, Kathleen Johnson, Amy Mae Griggs, Maggie Lee Mincey, Mary Lee Garland, Ann Morris, Mary Ann Plymel, Geraldine
onger, Norma Bloodworth. Not Pictured: Ethel Wilson.
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Class f 1988 Exhibits Charisma
Are we the best class to come out of THS? - yes!! - Our achievements range from winning the first pep
rally Ca unification of spunk and spiritj to being the first class to meet the new core curriculum. - All the
previous classes of THS have claimed to be the best, but we are!! - Our voices boomed above all the others
at Thomas County Stadium as we cheered our classmates on to the first victory over Central welve had
during our high school career. - WAY TO GO DOGS!! - More important than our school spirit or
winning a football game is the friendship that has developed among the members of the Senior class. Four
years is a short time compared to the length of time that friendships made here will endure. It is always nice
to know that there is someone to lean on in times of need. To finish out a great high school career, we'll all be
basking in the sun in the Bahamas for 4 days after graduation on the Royale. Have fun guys and don't forget
your suntan lotion!!
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Senior class officers QI-rj: Robbie Bohman, Vice Presidentg Mendy Godwin, Treasurer: Fannctta Dunbar, Secretaryg Arthur Johnson, President.
Lisa Amos Paulette Arline Phillip Armster
Erin Arnett Jim Arnold Buffie Arrington
Stephen Avera Angela Bailey Tyrone Barber
Lee Barnes Patrick Barnhill Kelly Bell
Matt Benson Robbie Bohman Amy Brinkley
Paul Brinson George Brooker LaShunda Brown
Michelle Brown Norma Brown Tanya Brown
Stephanie Brunner Felicia Bryant Jeffery Bryant
Lorenza Bryant Tovirus Bryant Pam Bush
Victoria Calhoun Patrick Carley Richard Alan Caulley
Kim Choice Jessica Christian Carri Clanton
Angelica Clark Augustus Clark Terry Clark
Rosiland Cochran Seth Coffin Eddie Coleman
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Mark Coleman Lonnie Collins Shirley Colston
Tina Colvin Andrew Congressi Jeffrey Coleman
Teresa Cox Eric Curry McCarthy Daphney
Larry Davis Orlando Davis Stephanie L, Davis
Stephanie Davis Christy DeLoach Richard DcMotl
Tracie Dickey Shanna Diggs Stephen Donaldson
Fanetta Dunbar Rudolph Elzy Mel Eubanks
Dorothy Everett Kcifer Everett Derrick Flanagan
Alvin Foglc Herbert Futch Ronnie Gardener
Lynn Gay Michelle Gibbs Betty' Gilbert
Mcndy Godwin Angelia Graham Pam Graham
Tamara Greene Jamie Griggs Tammy Griggs
Jeff Harris Shannon I-larvin Kevin Graeme Heidorn
Barbara Helton Trevor Henderson Kyle Herndon
Felisha Higdon LaTivia Hill Loretta Howard
Chris Huckans Lessie Hudson DuWannu Hunlcr
Sabrina Hunter Dana Hurst Gcorgc Ivey
Camille Jackson Greg .luckson ,lunics Jackson
Ron .lnmcs Arthur Johnson .lun Johnson
Joslyn Johnson Nikki Johnson Monica Jones
Robert Joncs Shawn Jones Tara Jones
Duwn Kurtz Betsy Lee Alfred Logan
Scott Long Jcancttc Lovejoy Rztqucl Lundy
Monica Mack Cynthia Manning Douglas Maxwell
Angela McCall Robin McCann Roan McClelland
Renee McDaniel Lafils McGill Calvin McKinney
Mundy Meeks Tyler Mcrcness .lohn Mickcns
Brel Miller Shan Miller Darby Mirocha
Chuck Mitchell Lee Mitchell Angela Monroe
Tangela Moody Greg Moore Willie Moore
Mury Morris Tina Myers Lisa Neel
Beverly Nixon Sherri Nobles Nicole Novak
Finettra O'Neal Dawn O'Quinn Mike Owens
Rusty Parrish Timothy Parson Kailigh P3151
Tonya Peters April Phelps Madie Powell
Amy Rccvcs Dennis Revels Carlos Robinson
Hazel Robinson Celesl Rone Darryln Rone
Howard Ross Monica Roundtrcc Freddie Sanford
Antoinette Supp Sheila Sapp Trishun Shannon
Patrick Sharp Amy Shepherd Tracy Sherman
Susan Sherrod Bernard Simmons Gary Simmons
Michelle Simmons Karen Sinclair Danny Smith
Dewayne Smith Guy Smith Kenneth Smith
Stanley Smith Stephanie Spencer Pamela Slalen
Stephanie Sullivan Brian Taylor Angela Thomas
David Thomas Craig Twedell Catherine Vaughan
Toni Walden Anthony Walker Robert Walker
Sharon Walker Wanda Ware Cassandra Warren
Paula Washington Chris Waters Angie West
Katt: West Melvin Whcclcr Lynn White
Carolinc Wight Bessie Williams Charlcnc Williams
Charles Williams Chuck Williams Corey Williams
LaTunya Williams Marinda Williams Melissa Williams
Pamela Williams Price Williams Tyrone Williams
Yasmine Williams Kclvin Willis Shad Willis
Shane Willis Tanya Wilson COTY Wise
Sonya Wright Anthony Wychc Samantha Wyche
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"Boy it's tough to be stuck in the mid-
dle!,' - So what are you going to do? No
longer lower classmen, the juniors have
now joined the ranks of the elite group
know as "Upper classmenf' Led by many
talented young adults, the Junior class is a
class with a very promising future. They've
exhibited qualities that make them great
students and even greater people. Included
among these are spirit twinning the 2nd
pep rallyj and a common bond between
members of the class. - '6Oh no, Mr.
Faulkner's chemistry test is next. l am
slain!" - The Junior class is responsible
for transforming the THS cafeteria into a
Showplace for the Junior-Senior Prom and
are faced with the dilemma of determining
why a whale is the main character of a
book CGood luck, guys!J.
Pres. Jerome Simpsong
Vice-pres. Chris Phillips.
Treas. Toyca Williams.
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"Pen fights in chemistry were a lot of fun this
'QBeing a junior means people expect toot S
much out of you. This college, that college . .
. it'll drive you crazy?
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"Please don't make me
cut up Wilbur! He was my
favorite lab frog . . . O.K., if
I have to, at least give me a
tissue to cover up his face so
I won't have to look him in
the eye." Cutting up your
pet frog may not be your
cup of tea, but the sopho-
mores who have biology
have to face this tragedy ev-
ery day. The sophomores, fi-
nally over the nervousness
and the adjusting involved
with being a freshman, can
now settle down and begin
enjoying high school life.
What could be more enter-
taining than learning that
George Washington had
wooden teeth or that Co-
lumbus discovered America
by accident'?! Then there's
the dreaded BST!! Sitting in
the lunchroom for three
days, the sophomores sweat
out the test that decides
whether or not they'll grad-
uate. All in all, the class of
1990 takes everything in
stride while awaiting pa-
tiently the day they will be
Sophomore class officers:
Stephanie llamilton. Tres: Jennifer Maxwell, Sec: Anthony
Wyche. Pres: Sherwanna Flanagan. V. pres.
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"What do you mean this is
English? I'm supposed to be in
geometry" 'Tm sorry I
was late to class, but I walked
around in circles for 10 min-
utes trying to find this room."
- The freshmen may be the
new kids on the block, but
they're certainly not lostg after
all, they have their student
handbooks for guidance. Seri-
ously, the life of a freshman is
not as easy as everyone seems
to think. Aside from learning
their way around, the freshmen
have to learn new rules, meet
new teachers, and adapt them-
selves to new routines. The
freshmen live in a world that is
in constant motion, but when
the wheels stop turning, they
emerge as a class in complete
Standing: Melynda Ray. Pres: Katina R.
Johnson, Secg and Jennifer Douglass, Treas.
Kneeling: Richard Williams, V. Pres.
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"Two bits, four bits, six bits,
a dollar . . . All for the cheer-
leaders, stand up and holler!,,
Cheering for the cheerleaders
is not a common occurrence
but certainly needs to be done.
Their season starts in the sum-
mer during a week long cheer-
leading camp and continues
throughout the spring. They
have the incrediblejob of keep-
ing their spirits up as well as
the spirits ofthe entire school.
They successfully show-up any
other school's puny run-
through sign at football games
with gigantic drawings of our
Bulldog on the field! They also
keep the school! spirit going
with new cafeteriagsigns every
week. HOORAY CHEER-
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Top to Bottom - Left to Right: Angie West CCaptainj, Monica Franklin, LaShunda Brown, Marie Hic
Melissa Deas, Rokelle Hadley, Gena Goodrum, Monica Jones tCo-Captainj, Erin Heleen, and Le
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Sullivan. Mclynda Ruy. Top to bottom: Maggie Flowers, Nikki Hill, Mandy
Schofill. .lulic Laine, .lcnnifcr Maxwell.
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"Now freeze and let the Juniors do it!!'
Silence. Ok, cheering for the parents may not be as
exciting as cheering forthe student body, but it is just
as important. After all, don't adults get a little dis-
couraged when the score is 49-0 in the other team's
favor? The B-team squad also gains valuable skills
while cheering for the parents. They have to work very
hard to make it where they areg after all, they had to
start from scratch, learning all the cheers and chants!
Good luck, girls! We can't wait to see you on the
'Tm sorry, Mr. Daniels, I didnit mean to drop my piccolo in the bell of the t
- HONEST!" . . . "What do you mean the drums are taking a break? It's t
for their sololl' . . . The life of a band member may look glamorous but thej
a lot of sweating and battling ants in the sun to bring us exciting half-t
entertainment, a spectacular Rose Show parade, and great competition sco
Working every day after school, the band performs its show over and over u
itis perfected. It would be a lonely football season without 4'Glory, Glory ,
echoing through the stands.
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guysj and getting to know the freshmen are the most
fun parts of bandf' M l
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Band Members tin alphabetical orderj Gene
Adams, Mark Addington, Chris Alderman. Tina
Amos, Roderick Andrews. Monica Armster, Ar-
nelius Baker, Tommy Barnes, Jennifer Booth,
Kendall Boykins. Peter Brown, Stephanie Brun-
ner. Jeffrey Bryant. LaShondra Bryant. Rhonda
Carr. Terrance Childs. .limmy Clifton, Marcus
Conyers, Vanessa Cooper, Jonathon Cranford,
Ashley Culbreath, Adrienne Daniels, Shantrell
Daniels. Cindy Daughtry. Saundra Davis, John
Donaldson, Dredrick Duncan. Ben Edwards.
Tara Elmore. Ronald Elzy. Angela Fletcher.
Kim Fletcher. Maggie Flowers, Theo Forbes.
Duanne Giddens, Angelia Graham. Kellie Gray.
Belinda Green. Jamey Greene. Alphonso
Harper. David Harper, Benita Harrison. Shane
Herrin. George Hicks. Melanee Hill, Timothy
Hill, Lawrence Hilson, Kimberlee Homer. Ga-
tor Hosay, Gary Hunter. Derrick Ingram. Cas-
sandra Jackson. Kelvin Jackson, Keesha James.
Latasha James. Ralph James. Ron James. An-
thony Johnson. Elvis Jones. Carol Kelley, Julie
King. Missy King, Stanton Knight, Amy Lester.
Doug Marcinek, Penny May, Diane McCoy. Re-
nee McDaniel. Albert McGalliard. Cassandra
Mitchell, Beverly Nixon, Felecia Nixon, Christy
Oldham. Howard Peters. Tonya Peters. Tina Pe-
terson. Rosemary Ramsey. Ronnie Reddick.
Telvis Rich. Maryland Richardson. Batryse Rol-
lins, Tori Sapp. Nicole Scruggs, Diana Scully,
Bernard Simmons, Vanilla Simmons. Jerome
Simpson. Mark Smith, Ira Staten. Susan Sulli-
van. Mark Szlemko. Angela Thomas. Racquel
Thompson. Stephan Thompson, Cathy Trask.
Tracy Twcdell, Catherine Walker, Todd Walk-
er. Katina Washington. Melissa Watts, Hay-
ward Williams. LaTanya Williams. Marinda
Williams. Melinda Williams. Richard Williams,
Abdul Wilson. Ladwan Wilson. Gwen Wood-
ruff, Anthony Wyche
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Band competition is the tensestspart of 'the year
because you get a chance to prove how good you really
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Ahhh! Yes, it is enough to drive
you crazy but the flag corps and
majorettes seem to do a very good
job of it. While our ears hear the
music, the music is being inter-
preted in front of our eyes by
these two special groups of girls.
Both groups of girls add life and
color to the band by capturing our
eyes and completing the envelope
around our senses. Uh, Oh! I'm
sorry! I didn't mean to hit you in
the head with my flag pole.
Majorettes, Standing: Stephanie Brunner. Be-
low: Qlefl lo rightj: Cathy Trask, LaShunda Bry-
ant, Kristy Oldham.
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Exchange Goes To South akota
Iam sure a pressing question on many of our minds is: What exactly does the word Nuff-dai' mean? Well, if you weren'
a member of the Domestic Exchange this year, you may never know! . . . Performed every other year, this year's DI
group went to Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The group was met with a wind chill factor of less than 0 degrees tha
continued to drop. Among the activities they participated in were the ever-popular factory tours, bank tours, attending
school with their partners, and fdrum roll pleasej - SKIING fwith only one injury to show for it - sorry Erin!j
Domestic Exchange is a valuable experience for its participants and a whole barrel of fun for all involved.
Top to Bottom CLeft to Rightj Top Row: Scott Milberg, Sherri Nobles, Dawn O'Quinn, Fred Wood, Leigh Raney, Cherie Vaughan, Mendy Godwin, Erin Arnett, Angi
West. Front Row: Mike Owens, Richie Caulley, Monica Jones, Carri Clanton, Melissa Deas, Amy Reeves, Caroline Wight. Chuck Mitchell, Richard DeMott, Renn
Thompson, Jeff Copeland.
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Waaaaah! A Infancy is something we all experience, but the cast and crew of
"infancy" gave the work a whole new meaning. They gave their audience a new
look at the minds of babies with a twist of humor for spice. Under the direction
of English teacher Marilyn Cranford, the play traveled to region where they
placed first. Steve Litherland was named best actor for his portrayal ofTommy,
a frustrated baby who was eager to learn. l'Infancy" did not place at the state
competition but there's always next year.
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Everyone may not have been wearing masks, but "Mid-
night Masqueradev was certainly festive. The prom-goers
whirled and twirled to the jamming music of "Pirahna"
from Mobile, Alabama. Working feverishly for 5 weeks, the
prom committee created some spectacular visual effects
including two eight feet wide masks designed by Industrial
Art Teacher, Lee Bailey and many smaller masks decorated
with help from Art Teacher, James R. Williams. The THS
cafeteria was transformed into a "masquerade.',
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Mike Jones, Charles Bostick, Shawn Jones, Eric Simon, John Perkins. Artreil Austin, Arthur Johnson, Anthony Hayes, Herbert Taylor, Herbert Futch, Shawn Auf
Matt Savage. 3rd row: Darryll Murphy, Tyrone Williams, Eddie Coleman, Allen Williams, Dewayne Jackson, James Jackson, Morris Carter, James Williams, Tori Sz
Seneca Springle, Carlos Robinson, Chris Bradley, Harry Davis, Charles Hayes, 4th row: Ronnie Gardner, Leonard Christian, Mark Futch, Scott Culp, Erie Donald, Ri
Parrish, Steve Donaldson, Bill Dorminy, Danny Smith, Carlos Emanuel, Jeff Sutton, Hodges Taylor, Augustus Clark, Jamie Griggs. 5th row: Marshall Green, C
Fortson, Renny Thompson, Bishop Jackson, Jim Arnold, Byron Stone, Kenneth Calhoun, Mare Blackwell, Ernest Bryant, Charles Diggs, Carlton Crumidy, Terre
Hadley, Lance Palmer, Alex Mash, 6th row: Tyrone Barber, James Diggs, Jerome Hill, Anthony Walker, Robbie Bohman, Chuck Mitchell, Tyrone Samuels, David Al
Jeffrey Coleman, Chad Brown, Robert Hadley, Gus King, Gary Simmons, Brian Hadley, Erie Curry. 7th row: James Bryant, Andy Jones, Ronnie Harbin, Todd Mob
Tim Mears, Gene Christy, Head Coach Mike Hodges. Johnny Chastain, Tommy Welch, Donald Rucker, Warren Field. Jim Gillian, Eddy Householder, Bobby Srr
'Dogs Go Undefeated In
Regular Season 10-O
WE LOVE OUR DOGS! And well we should. 1987 turned out to be one of the best seasons
cr for the Dogs! The nail biting of the crowd stopped after the first game against Colquitt
en we got a look at the awesome power of our Bulldogs on the field. One win followed
other until . . . BOOM! . . . Cairo was defeated and the syrup-pitcher remained a part of
: THS trophy case. Then came the game of the season-THS vs. Central. The crowd was on
: edge of its seat throughout the entire game but was rewarded with a 15-6 victory over the
Ekets fWay to go, guyslj. The spunk and spirit of the team led them to a 10-0 regular season
to the Region 1-AAA Playoffs. They began the playoffs with a 13-7 victory over
inbridge but lost the Region to our cross town rivals with a score of 35-21. The Bulldogs
Juld be admired for the dedication and energy they displayed throughout the season.
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Above: Ronnie Gardener breaks through the line while Carlton Crumidy blocks.
Right: Ronnie Gardener crashes the line as Tyrone Barber clears a path for him.
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labove rightjz Charles Hayes advances with the ball with Hodges Taylor ready to help.
Above: lst row: Eric Simon, John Perkins, Artreil Austin, Darryll Murphy, John Pettis, Allen Williams. Dewayne Jackson. Morris Carter, T
Sapp, Seneca Springle. 2nd row: Chris Bradley, Harry Davis, Charles Hayes, Scott Culp, Daryll Copeland, Carlos Emanuel. Jeff Sutton, Ron
Mash, Hodges Taylor, Marshall Green, 3rd row: Bishop Jackson, Terrence Hadley, James Diggs, Jerome Hill, Corey Clark, Tyrone Samur
Jeffrey Coleman, Robert Hadley, Brian Hadley.
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Dcfcnsc waits for snap to start penetration through the line. Coach Hodges yells plays for the sidelines,
lst row: Yusef Armster, Charles
Bostick, Mike Jones, Roderick
Williams, Jerome Williams, Je-
rome Simpson. 2nd Row: Shawn
Jones, Roderick Walden, Eric
Curry, Robert Hayes, Arthur
Johnson, McCarthy Daphney,
Coach Donald Rucker.
The Boys, Basketball team kept fans on the edge of
their seats throughout the whole season, finishing with
a record of 13-4. This record included a defeat of our
cross-town rivals, Central. Led by Eric Curry, Shawn
Jones, Arthur Johnson, Mike Jones, and McCarthy
Daphney, the Bulldogs proceeded to win Sub-Region
and travelled to Region. At Region they were defeat-
ed by Appling Co. by a 3 point margin, 61-58. The
Lady Bulldogs did not have a great season but put up
a good fight, finishing the season with a 3-13 record.
Scores For Var ity Boys
won Albany won
won Central won
won Lowncs won
won Bainbridge lost
won Cairo lost
lost Colquitt won
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won Albany won
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Above: McCarthy Daphney puts up a short jumper.
Above: Ernest Bryant goes up for the tip-off
while Jerome Williams is ready to receive the
tip. Right: Maurice Revels goes up for a lay-up.
Fur right: Charles Bostick tries to find a player.
Below: While showing style, Charles Bostick
shoots a jumper.
Scores For ar ity Girl
Team Picture, lst row: Sabrina Adams, Karen
Huster, Tammy Griggs, Shclia Sapp, Monica
Mack, Dawanna Hunter, Mgr. 2nd row: Kan-
dondra Bush, Angela Thomas, Nesha Robinson,
Angie Marria, Batryse Rollins. 3rd row: Sandra
Griggs, Monica Armster, Benita Harrison,
Coach Bobby Smith.
Far Left: Vicki Brown goes up high for a jump
shot. Left: Lady Bulldogs get ready for a re-
bound. Above: Ncsha Robinson fires a freeth-
Jerome Williams gets ready for an inside pass to Jerome Simpson. Angie Marria goes
in for a lay-up.
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Front row: Jamie
Griggs, Fred Bighams,
Anthony Green, AI-
phonso Ellis, Tarich
Smith, Lawrence Hil-
son, Michael Coleman,
Top Row: Danny Smith,
Lonnie Collins, Antho-
ny Davis, Herbert
Futeh, Eric Curry,
Mark Coleman, Larry
Monroe, Ernest Bryant,
Ronnie Collins, A.J.
Bottom row: Sabrina Christopher, Carolyn Willis, Sheila Mack, Adrienne Daniels,
Patsy Godwin, Samantha Wyche, Cathy Williams lmgrl
Top row: Sherwanna Flannagan, Lafils McGill, Donna Williams Cmgrl, Stephanie
Hardy, Angelita Marria. Kaiji Jackson. Akkissi Stokes, Truvine Walker, Sandra
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"You want me to jump over those saw
horse-like things and then run all the wa
around the track'?l I don't care if they,
called hurdles, I still don,t want to do it
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a monster, but the track team of THS h
conquered it. Although the boys' and gir
team closed the season with a 2-3 recor
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4'Fore!!" . . . The people yelling this are not crazed math tg! Vfggfgi T ,t
dents, theylre the Golf Team of THS. Led by Coach ' A A
lch, the golf team placed 4th in Region. Their many hot
urs of trying to get a little white ball into a hole in the
und paid off. The team feels that this year is going to be
ir best yet.
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Above: Stephen Cooper
Team Picture: Ctopj Kerry Gaillard, Andy Coo-
ley, Steve Litherland, Michael Studclard, Greg
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David Gilliam, Mark Addington, Coach Tommy
1987 Tennis Team
Second In Region
Have you ever wondered, "Who are those people
running from line to line on the tennis court?" Well,
youlre wrong. They're not the track team, they're the
tennis team of THS! Predicted to win, the team
placed 2nd in Region with Richie Caulley placing first
in singles and Rudolph Elzy second. The boys' team
finished the season with a 10-l record while the girls
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Girls Varsity: Tolli Redd, Melissa Deas,
Teresa Smith, Michelle Brown. Not
Shown: Leslie Arnold, Susan Sullivan,
Boys B-Team: Calvin McKinney, Craig
Chin Que, Chris Chin Que, Johnny Hig-
don, Larry Davis, Robert Walker, Rich-
ard Demott, Douglas Maxwell, George
Brooker, Craig Twedell.
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Connelly, Scottie Thompson,
Don Denmark, Preston Prevatt
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Mears, Dewey Donaldson, Chris
Huekans, David Dodge, Augus-
tus Clark, Matt Savage, Marty
Davis, Coach Householder
Right: Robbie Bohman out at
1987 Baseball Team
"Take me out to the ballgame . . Grab your baseball hat and
hot roasted peanuts and head out to the baseball field. With an
increasing win record, 7-7, the baseball team promises to batl
1000 next year and provide us with an exciting sport to watch.
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dson on first. Far below right: David Dodge makes a hit.
Pictures this page courtesy of
Thomasville Times Enterprise.
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The Mammal Animal Club is a
new club this year. Formed by stu-
dents and sponsored by Ms. Crews,
the Mammal Animal Club was
formed to increase the awareness of
mammals and "mooing." This year,
they have increased milk consump-
tion in the community and decreased
the amount of "cow tippingf' This
club should be an interesting club to
follow in years to come.
Mammal Animal Members Cfar abovejr lst row: Chris Phillips, Seth Coffin, Richie
Caulley, Darby Miroeha, Marc Hinson. 2nd row: Mendy Godwin, Jennifer Douglass,
Melissa Deas. Carri Clanton, Jessica Christina. Gena Goodrum. Amy Mereness,
Kate West, 3rd row: Amy Shepherd, Stephanie Sullivan, Catherine Vaughan, Caro-
line Wight. Amy Reeves. Lynn Gay, Amy Brinkley. 4th row: Scott Milberg, Jeff
Copeland. Adam Moore, Doug Maxwell. Shane Clark, Kevin G. Heidorn, Erin
Arnett. Hutty Hutchings, Madie Powell, Stef Davis. Officers: Kneeling: Adam
Moore, Bouncer. Reclining: Stef Davis, pres. Standing: Carri Clanton, vice-pres.:
Jessica Christian. Lasso Person, Chris Phillips, secjtreas.
FCA In pire
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is
a long-standing club at THS. Composed of
the athletes and cheerleaders of THS, the
FCA is devoted to promoting unity and
sportsmanship among its members while
contributing to the good of the communi-
ty. The FCA members are to be respected
for their spirit and committment to our
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is t Wiggins 'vlarie Hicks Monica l-rankltn Erin Hclcen Dtrby Mirocha, Bill Dorminy, Angie West. Michelle Gibbs, Chris Waters,
Cyle Herndon Sh in Miller 3rd row Danny Smith Dtwn OQu1nn Jessica Christian. Cherie Vaughan. Gena Goodruni. Melissa
Deas Marnec G lines Melanie NeSmith Kevin Winchester Bret Cohen, Andy Cooley. Ryan Kelly, Ashley Wilson, Jennifer Maxwel.
lth roxt Greg Perry Riehte Caulley Stephanie Sullivan Stephen Cooper, Cory Wise, Susan Sullivan, Julie Waits. Lance Palmer.
vlelynda Rat Lturt Clements Sth rovt Rennv Thompson MeCarthy Daphney, Tim Law, Tripp Force, Roan McClelland, Britt
Nlorwood Sim McCollum Dexteesc Garrett Mel Fubtnks Offieers tfar abovejz Jim Arnold, Pres.: Angie West. secrg Arthur
Delta P ' Phi
nd D TT Club
This is the first year that DATT has joined the
ranks of clubs at THS. DATT is mainly a service
organization, helping with various campaigns this
year and working with children at the YMCA. They
should also be commended for their community pro-
jeetsg collecting trash, fruit baskets for nursing homes,
and Christmas gifts forthe needy. Delta Psi Phi is one
of the many sororities at Tl-IS. They organize car
washes and barbeques to raise money and serve our
community through visits to various nursing homes
and serving on the board for the handicapped at the
Thomasville Parks and Recreation Department,
Delta Psi Phi Officers: lst Ni
row: LaShuntia Brown,
See.: l.aTonya Williams,
Treats.: 2nd row: Tonya Pc-
ters, V. Pres.: Angelica
Clark, Pres: Adrienne Dan-
iels, Assistant See.
Members: lst row: NaTasha Mitchcll,Tzinjal1ne McCr1ry LaShunda Brown Sabrina Robinson Pam Moore LaTanya William
Katosha Henderson, Monica Roundtree, Charlene Williams Shonda Wilson Patrice McQueen Chrissy Cirahtm Sherri Wi
liams. 2nd row: Karen Hunter, Cathy Walker Adrienne Daniels Lisa Coleman Tonya Peters Shin Peters Angelica Clari
Adrienne Warren. Chavetta Turner, Rhonda lvej, Katja Jackson Akissa Stokes
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effrcy Bryant. Rudolph Elzy, Ron James, Corey Williams. Officers: Corey Williams, pres.: kneeling: Chuck Williams, 2nd V.Pres., Howard Ross
f,Pres.g Standing: Robert Holten. Treas.1 Thomas Farrell, Advisor, Jeffrey Bryant, Dean of Pledges.
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Art club mcmbcrs: lst row: Randy Woodfin, Marncc
Gaines. Ryan Kelly, Jonathan Lucas. Cassandra War-
ren, Mark Addington. 2nd row: Mark Smith, Melissa
Deas, Leslie Arnold, Toy Brown, Shirley Colston, Clay
Byars, John Donaldson.
The art club is a new edition to the
Pines this year. They are responsible for
the artistic creations around THS. This
talented group of young people is re-
sponsible for some of the art in One Act
Play, a coloring book of landmarks, and
an exhibit at the Deep South Fair.
Art club officers: sitting: Leslie Arnold, pres, standing: Shirley Colsto
v-pres.: Cassandra Warren, sec.
Mystery meat againl? I can't
stand it. That's the third time this
week! . . . Ifyou've ever wondered
who's responsible for our meals in
the lunchroom, then look no fur-
ther. The Youth Advisory Coun-
cil has the awesome responsibility
of planning our meals for the
month for of the month depend-
ing on how long the meat can be
kept freshlj. They work hard to
balance our diet with a fairly ap-
fAC Club Members fabovej: Kneeling: Madie Powell, Chris Phillips, Jennifer Whitaker, Lee Mitchell. lst row: Ryan Kelly, Chuck Mitchell,
.ynn Gay, Stephanie Sullivan, Marie Hicks, Erin Heleen, Leigh Raney, Marnee Gaincs, Susan Sullivan, Jessica Christian. 2nd row: Steven
fooper, Melissa Deas, Bill Dorminy, Andy Cooley, Gena Goodrum. Kerry Galliard, Hutty Hutchings, Stef Davis. YAC Club Officers:
Above leflj lst row: Chris Phillips, Parliamentariang Melissa Deas, Vice-pres., Andy Cooley, C.E,D. 2nd row: Marnec Gaines, treas.: Leigh
laney, pres, Erin Heleen, Scrapbook Chairman.
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Phi-Beta-Psi is a Greek club with an amazing step-
ping ability. Mainly a service organization, these fra-
ternity brothers conduct car washes to raise money,
sing at nearby churches, help out at the senior citizen
center, and donate money to charity.
Phi-Alpha-Psi is a new sorority of THS Land a
welcome one with all the work they doj. They serve
our community through church activities, social ser-
vices, community, and car washes to raise money.
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Cheryl Williams, sec.g Stephanie Hardy, Pres.3 Angie Marria, dean of pledges, Kati
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lamentariang Charles Tillman, dean of pledgcsg Telvis Rich, secr.3 Fred Bighams, asst. dean of pledges. Members: kneeling: Earnest Bryant.
vis Christian, Tclvis Rich, Charles Tillman, Andre Smith, Edmond Monroe. Standing: Willie Morris, Robert Holton, Anthony Hayes,
Nlorris McCray, Frcd Bighams, Joseph Williams, Arneilius Baker, Frank McCrary, Ken White, John Darring, Forenza Chatmon, James
kson, Ronnie Reddick. Anthony Johnson, Mike Jones, Tim Holton, Steven Donaldson.
Kappa Tri-Hi-Y Members: lst row: Jennifer Whitaker, Tolli Redd, Cherie Vaughan,
Niki Nawrocki, Julie Ogburn, 2nd row: Amy Mcreness, Erin Heleen, Leigh Rainey,
Marnee Gaines, Missy King. 3rd row: Julie King, Teresa Godwin, Melissa Deas, Marie
Hicks. Lara Nix, Joanna Davis. 4th row: Julie Waits, Melanie NeSmith, DeNccsc
Garrett, Karis Holt, Kellie Hall.
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Kappa, the Junior Tri-Hi-Y, and Omega, the Sophomore
Tri-Hi-Y, are two of the most active clubs of T.H.S. Each
month they preform various school and community projects
including bullentin boards in the cafeteria, visiting nursing
homes, free car washes, and washing boards for teachers. The
climax of the clubs, year is a trip to Atlanta to attend Youth
Assembly, a mock Georgia Legislature. The students gain
valuable experience learning how the government runs and
operates while getting a chance to pass their own laws that
really do go before the actual legislature!
Officers, lst row: Amy Mereness, V.pres.gTolli Rcdd,pres.1 Erin Heleen
2nd row: Cherie Vaughan, lreasurcrg Julie King, chaplain.
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rler, Susan Sullivan, Nissa Nawrocki. 2nd row: Elizabeth Murrah, Kathy Trask, Stephanie Hamilton. 3rd row: Tara Elmore,
ny Lester. Officers Qfar abovcjz Renee Reeves, V,pres.1.lennifer Maxwell, secg Ashley Wilson, Chaplain, Susan Sullivan, Pres.,
sa Wiggins, Treas.
Zeta Tri-Hi-Y is the Freshman Tri-
Hi-Y of THS. They serve our commu- A A
nity through various projects such as A iza gs
visiting nursing homes, car washes, and f ' a
selling candy. They attend Youth As- . '
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Zeta Tri-Hi-Y officers tfar abovej kneeling: Vanessa Rogers, secr., Melynda Ray, vice-pres.3 standing: Susan Dixon, chapl
Kristy Oldham, treas.g Mandy Schofill, pres. Members: sitting: Kristy Oldham, Mandy Schofill, Jennifer Douglass, .le
Trockley, Holly Williams, Laura Clements, Beverly Reese. Kneeling: Tiffany Tiffin, Allison Reeves, Stacy Hubbard. La
Caldwell, Vanessa Rogers, Melynda Ray, Melissa Mercer, Melissa Watts, Tina Peterson. Standing: Julie Lane, Miranda DeM
Susan Dixon, Ashley Culbreth. Catherine Ray, Kim Fletcher. Angie Fletcher.
Student Council New TH
The Student Council is a relatively new organization at THS. The members represent all grades and
nvey the feelings of the student body to our administration. They are responsible for increasing school
irit through dress-up days and pep rallies and organized the "Arrive Alive" chapter at THS. The
owers for Valentine's Day was a major fundraiser for the "SC,' and the money raised will be used for a
cret project. QRumor has it that they will do such projects as sponsor a needy child.j The Student
ouncil promises to be a major organization of our school as it grows and develops to its full potential.
Student Council Members: lst row: Melissa Deas, Chris Phillips, Nicole Novak, Stef Davis, Robbie Bohman, Jennifer Douglass, Susan Sullivan,
Aendy Godwin, Stephanie Hamilton, Jennifer Maxwell. 2nd row: Sherwanna Flanagan, Amy Reeves, Caroline Wight, Arthur Johnson. LaShunda
lrown, Jerome Simpson, LaTanya Williams, Richard Williams, Anthony Wyehe, Trella Stringer, Toyca Williams, Melynda Ray, Officers: LaTanya
Villiams. sec.1 Jerome Simpson, pres-elect: LaShunda Brown, pres., Anthony Wyehe, project chairman: Toyca Williams, treas,
Science Club Officers: lAbove Righty Lynn Gay, Treasurer: Caroline Wight, Vice-President: Stef Davis, President, Erin Arnett, Secret:
Members lAbovej: lst row: Ryan Kelly, Kevin G, Heidorn. Richard A. Caullcy. Seth Coffin, Marc Hinson. Stef Davis. 2nd row: Monica Arms
Andy Cooley. Chris Phillips. Melissa Deas, Marie Hicks. Marnee Gaines, Catherine Vaughan. Caroline Wight, Carri Clanton, Lynn Gay. Chr
DeLoach. Tina Colvin. 3rd row: Susan Sullivan, Jessica Christian, Amy Mercness. Lisa Wiggins, Thad Haygood, Brett Dyess, Mark Adding
4th row: Byron Thompson. Haji Reynolds, Sherwanna Flanagan. Ira Staten, Jimmy Kirkley, Renee Reeves, Jennifer Maxwell, Mark Smith, K
West, Trey DeSantis, Mendy Godwin, Jennifer Douglass, Jonathan Lucas. Erin Arnett. Doug Marcinek. Gator Hosay, Albert McGalliard, Al
Stokes. Ashlen Patel. Hutty Hutchings, Niki Nawrocki, Marty Davis. Gina Porter.
fomputer And Science Club
Remember the monster that Dr. Frankenstein created? Well, the good doctor probably
lrned how to make it in the Science Club. The THS Science Club is composed ofthe
pure biologists, chemist, and physicists of the world. They explore the world of science,
irning more about our world in the process, and participate in the Science Fair. The
lmputer Club is a new edition to THS. They aid our school by creating banners, signs,
d posters for upcoming events. Just be careful. Erase a program and you may not live
til the next meeting.
r Club Officers lrightj lst Row: Ronald Tillman, treas: Mark Addington, vice-pres.g Madic Powell. secr. Members: lst
Patrick Curley. Haji Reynolds. Barbara Helton, Angela Monroe, 2nd row: Yasmine Williams. Alicia Tucker. Ronald
1. Toyca Williams. Melissa Dcas. Madic Powell, Kate West. Stcl' Davis. Catherine Vaughan, Amy Brinkley. Mark
. ton. Niki Nawrocki, Monica Mack. Kim Homer. John Smith, 3rd row: Doug Maxwell. Kevin G. Hcidorn. Richard A.
ulley. Mark Zeiglcr.
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maybe you should take a
lesson from these guys!
They are known for their
stepping, but that's only one
aspect of their club. They
aid our community in vari-
ous ways. They visit
churches and colleges, are ie,iet,
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participate in the Salvation
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Sigma Beta Officers tfar abovejz Kneeling: Chris Brown, Dean of Pledgesg Standing: Derrick Higdon, 2nd vice-presg Bernq
Simmons, pres.: Lawrence Hilson, secretaryg Stanton Knight, vice-pres.: Benny Fredrick, treas. Members: kneeling: Terry Cla
Bernard Simmons. Standing: Derrick Higdon, Chris Brown, Stanton Knight. Tommy Barnes, Keith Spencer, Lawrence Hils
Debate Team Argues Well
Debate team is one of the most up and coming organizations of THS. Why? They provide
idents with an outlet for their frustrations of the day. What do they do? They argue! They debate
ainst teams from other schools in a chosen topic they research. This year's topic was American
nlicy in Latin and Central America." The members of the Debate Team, led by Mr Chatmon,
ve developed a new art . . . the art of structured argumentation.
Debate Team Members tfar abovel: lst row: Pau-
lette Arline. Calli Curry. Gina Porter, Caroline
Wight. Catherine Vaughan. Deriek Cooper, Stef Da-
vis. 2nd row: Forenza Chatmon. Advisorg Marty Da-
vis. Ashrin Patel. Demetrius Darden, Fred Wood,
Jamey Greene, Kate West. Jessica Christian. Julie
Ogburn. Officers tleftjr lst row: Derick Cooper. af!
firmative co-captaing Stef Davis, negative co-cap-
tain. 2nd row: Fred Wood. captaing Kate West, secr.
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Sub Deb Members: lst row: Tamara Greene, Missy King, Leslie Arnold,
Mendy Godwin, Michelle Gibbs, Julie Waits, Mclanie NeSmith, Christy
DeLoach, Tina Colvin, Sherri Nobles, Angie West. 2nd row: Lee Mitch-
ell, Karis Holt, DeNecse Garrett. 3rd Row: Julie Ogburn, Lynn Gay,
M8LM's, car washes, and yard sales were just a
few of the activities Sub-Debs participated in to
raise funds for their annual Christmas Dance. The
Sub Deb dance gives everyone a chance to get
dressed up and celebrate the holidays. Everyone
was jammin' to the sounds of Pirannah from Mo-
bile, Alabama. The next Sub-Deb event to look for
is initiation week and the ever-dreaded GUT DAY,
not a sight or smell for anyone with a weak stom-
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Sub Deb officers: Leslie Arnold, Parlimentariang Melanie NeSmith, Ch
laing Mendy Godwin, vice-pres.: Lynn Gay, pres.g Christy DeLoach, ser
tary, Tina Colvin, treasurer,
Key Club ctive
The coolest guys at THS? Well, they think so. The Key Club is a loose knit
organization of fun-loving guys dedicated to service in our community. They're
responsible for setting up chairs at the Rose Show Parade and helping with the
:y Club Members tabovel: Sitting: Trevor Henderson, Ernest Bryant, Kneeling: Scott Milberg, Rusty Parrish, Lee Barnes, Joseph Walden.
nding: lst row: Kyle Herndon, Robert Holton, Craig Twedell, Alfie Chatmon, Kevin Winchester, Brian Taylor, David Thomas, Jeff Bryant,
Eome Simpson, Scott Reese, Byron Stone, Howard Ross, Chris Phillips, Chuck Williams, Mike Jones, Renny Thompson. Standing 2nd row:
'eg Moore, Chuck Mitchell, .lim Arnold. On bars: Darby Mirocha, Tripp Force, Seth Coffin, Stephen Avera, Bill Dorminy, Mel Eubanks, Marc
tnson, Lance Palmer. Key Club Officers Cabove leftjz Standing: Craig Twedell, 2nd vice-president. On Bars: Stephen Avera, secretary: Chuck
itchell, treasurer: Robbie Bohman, vice-president, Jim Arnold, president.
VICA Members tabovel kneeling: Dawn Kurtz. Cynthia Manning, Tracy Sherman. Michelle Gibbs. T.C. Godwin, Melanie NeSmith. lst Row: Tanya Brown, Ton'
Walden. Pam Moody. Pam Graham. Pam Staten. Trishun Shannon, Tammy Griggs, Dawanna Hunter, Stephen Avera. Angela Graham. Chris Waters, Paula Washington.
Lisa Newkirk, Victoria Calhoun. Tika Green. Teresa Brock. 2nd Row: Scott Lorie, Chris Stillwell, Shannon Harvin, Betsy Lee, Robin McCann, Karen Sinclair. Stever
Smith. Greg Perry. Corey Williams, Chuck Williams. Bobby Revels. 3rd Row: Lee Cleveland. Preston Prevatt, Kenneth Hurst, Jeffrey Johnson, Greg Jackson, Lee
Barnes. Trevor Henderson. Ron Reese. Brian Taylor. Mel Eubanks, Roan McClelland. Darby Miroeha, Cory Wise. JoAnna Davis. Libby Harland. VICA Officers tfai
rightl kneeling: Paula Washington. historian. Melanie NeSmith, vice-pres. tsittingl Michelle Gibbs. Secretary1T,C. Godwin. Jr. Advisor: tstandingj Mel Eubanks. pres.
JoAnna Davis. treats.. Trevor Henderson. Parliamentarian.
V CA And VOCA Club
VOCA assists students in discovering all the prospects available to them in the
cational and career world Through VOCA students acquire knowledge of
ofessions they plan on entering and preparation for decisions they will have to
e The members of VICA Vocational Industrial Clubs of America, are out to
prove their industrial skills These students attend the vocational school every-
y as they strive to reach the cutting edge of the world of industrial machines.
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VOCA Members fabove, kneelingl Michelle Simmons, Michelle Crumidy, Steph
Spencer, Melvin Wheeler, Felicia Higdon, Dennis Revels, Terry Golden, Robert
Walker, Carlos Robinson, Ant Walker, lst Row: Philip Armster, Fanetta Dunbar,
Sharon Walker, Gilbert Bryant, Al Walden. Eugene Morrow, Frank Williams, Dar-
ren Hadley, George Ivey, Tovirus Bryant, Arthur Roan, Vickie Brown, Dupreme
Jackson. .losalyn Johnson. April Phelps, 2nd Row: Gary Taylor, Becky Reeves, Dixie
Morris, Bennie Hamilton, Edward Wimes, Terry Worthy, Chris Bradley, lnesha
Fleming, Iesha Fleming, Vivian Reddiek, Camille Jackson. 3rd Row: Larry Craw-
ford, Alex Mash. Terry Hadley, Patrick Sharpe, Chris Linsley, David Huckans,
Robert Jones, Gary Simmons. Darrell Rone, Kenny Smith, Steve Donaldson, Eric
Curry, Robert Hayes, Herbert Futch. VOCA Officers tleftj kneeling: Felicia Hig-
don, reporter, Melvin Wheeler, parliamentariang Steph Spencer, secretary. 2nd Row:
Alex Mash, treasurer: Sharon Walker, historian, Larry Crawford, vice-pres.g Al
Kappa League Officers Qfar abovej: lst row: Marcus Conyers, V. Pres., Elvis Jones, Sec. 2nd row: Gary Simmons, Dean of Pledge
Howard Ross, Dean of Pledges, Timothy Parson, Pres.: Derrick Ingram, Treas. Kappa League Members Cabovej: lst row: Derric
Ingram. Howard Ross, George Brooker, Danny' Smith, Stephan Thompson, Marcus Conyers. 2nd row: Gary Simmons, Ronald Elz
Derrick Cloud. Rudolph Elly, Charles Williams, Timothy Parson, Elvis Jones. Keifer Everett, Shaddrick Willis, Robert Walker.
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Industrial Arts Members: Gina Porter, Fred Wood, Craig Wood, Matt Savage,
Sam McCollum, Seth Coffin.
appa League And
The Industrial Arts Club contains the future archi-
tects and builders of the world. They spend the year
preparing for a competition where such things arejudged
as scale model houses and races with scale model cars.
Kappa League is a club known for its superior stepping
ability as well as its service to our community. They have
fund raisers such as car washes, barbeques, and of course
. . . Greek Shows.
Spanish Club Members: Sit-
ting: Brett Dyess. lst row:
Latriee McCloud, Tia
Thomas, Ryan Kelly. Trey
Desantis. Ashley Wilson.
Znd row: Fran Barnes.
Nikki Robinson, Marnee
Gaines, Jennifer Maxwell.
Stephanie Ilamilton, Renee
Reeves. Susan Sullivan,
Ainy Lester, Cherie
Vaughan. Richard Goo-
drum, 3rd row: l.aShunda
Phillips. Cherie Hopkins,
Angela Mitchell. .lohn Don-
aldson. .liinmy Kirkley,
Calli Curry. Ira Staten, Mi-
ehclle Lassiter, Tracy Twe-
dell, Audra Adams.
Spani h Club nd
Hola! If you don't know what that means, y0u're obviously
not in El Club Espanol. By the way, who says Latin is a dead
language? It's alive and well here at THS. Both the Latin and
Spanish Clubs work to enhance the language skills of "elect"
students at THS through singing and acting while trying to
reach the entire school through the festivities of Foreign Lan-
Spanish Club Officer: Sitting: Ashley Wilson, Treasg Ryan Kclly, V. g
Susan Sullivan, Pres. Standing: laShunda Pitman. scc.g Tracy Twidcll,
itin Club Officers ffur ubovelz Ist row: Stef Davis, Pres, Richie Caulley, Treas. 2nd row: Chris Phillips, V. pres.. Jim Prime. Sec. Latin Club Members tabovel: Ist row
ark Addington, Chris Phillips, .lim Prime, Douglas Maxwell, Richie Caulley, Robbie Bohmain. .lim Arnold. Steven Cooper. 2nd row: Rachel Chustuin, Kris Bluzicek
:resa Brock, ,lel'l' Copeland, Mike Owens, Slef Davis, Kate West. Caroline Wight. Amy Reeves. Chuck Mitchell.
French Club Members: above lst row: Toyca
Williams, Trclla Stringer. Lisa Coleman, Frank
McCrary. Shonda Wilson, Lisa Jackson, Tulina
Holmick. Znd Row: Byron Thompson, Lara Nix,
Julie Ogburn, Johnny Higdon, Demetrius Dar-
den, Arnelius Baker, Angela Barnes, Teresa
French Club Officers: Above: Lisa Jackson, secretaryg Toyca Williams, treasurerg Sh:
Wilson, vice-president: Trclla Stringer, president.
French Club Studies Culture
FBLA Studies Bu inesses
he French Club, led by Dr. Franchi, is a club designed to promote the use of the French language and
oduce the students to the culture of France. The members have visited Chez Pierre in Tallahassee and have
pals from other countries. The FBLA, Future Business Leaders of America, is a group of people we should
for in the future. As their name implies, this club promotes the business interest of its members and has a
business of its own. They are reponsible for the Hallograms, Santagrams, and Valegrams sent out in the
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A: lst row tOfficersl: Raquel Lundy, reporter, Latrice McCloud, parliamentariang Tulina Homyk, vice-pres., Nicole Novak, pres.3 Latitia Thomas,
riang Tonyca Williams, secr. 2nd row: Fran Barnes, Michelle Brown, Karis Holt, Kate West, Julie Waits, Kalli Curry, Marnee Gaines. 3rd row: Trishun
non, LaTanya Williams, Monica Roundtree, Marticia Franklin, Angela Mitchell, Tangela Hopkins, Latrina Mitchell, Lou Ethel Davis, Patrick Carley.
reme Jackson. 4th row: Catherine Vaughan, Stef Davis, Susan Sherrod, Kenneth Turner, Haji Reynolds, Audra Adams, Yasmine Williams, Amy
nherd. Sth Row: Donna Williams, Cynthia Simmons, Angela Monroe, Jan Johnson, Jessica Booth, Lee Mitchell.
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Bulldog Bulletin Staff
DEADLINE!! I promise Mrs. Meredith, I'll have all eight stories for you
by the end of the period . . . Amy signed out again? AHHH! . . . Where is
everyone? Next door - they've defected to the Annual Staff until your
deadline crisis is over, Mrs. Meredith . .. This is only the second year of
existence for the Newspaper Staff, but THE BULLDOG BULLETIN has
already made its mark on the literary world. The Staff was awarded the
1986-87 Columbia Scholastic Press Association Medalist Certificate, the
highest award in the competition. The Newspaper Staff has done an excel-
lent job in only its second year of publication and is certainly on its way up.
Bulldog Bulletin Staff Cfar abovej: lst row: Carri Clal
ton, Stef Davis. 2nd row: Amy Reeves, Chris Phillip
Gena Goodrum, Kate West, Brett Dyess, Scott Milber
Mark Zeigler, Kneeling: Tyler Mereness. Standing: Pa
trice McQueen, Cynthia Jones, Shonda Wilson, Trel
Stringer, Toyca Williams, Rachel Chastain, Mrs. Dom
Above: Amy Reeves, editor. Above left: Shonda Wilson and Chris Phillips, editorials
Left: Mrs. Donna Meredith, advisor.
Far left: Rachel Chastain, ln Depth Reporter. Above: Newswriters Qkneelingj Scott Milberg, fstandingj
Jones, Carri Clanton. Toyca Williams.
Left: Tyler Mcreness and Stef Davis, Sports, Below: Mark Zeigler
and Brett Dyess, photographers.
Left: Gena Goodrum, Kate West, Trella Stringer, features. Above:
Patrice McQueen and Chris Phillips, Entertainment.
Annual Staff Shows
FORE! On no, Kevin and Jeff are playing golf in the
pod again. Heads up! . . . Sherrils surfin' on the desks,
Amy and Erin have been gone on a name hunt all period,
and Tolli has been in the bathroom for 2 days
DEADLINE! Suddenly all the goofing off is over and
Mrs. Stowers is drowned in a sea of pages being thrown
on her desk for approval. 'fAir! Airlw . . . Kevin, in the
meantime is typing just as fast as his two fingers will let
him but the pages keep piling up . . . Caroline has had a
nervous breakdown and is running around the foom flap-
ping her arms and yelling 'LI need pagesll' fWe think
she'll pull throughj Believe it or not, the Annual
Staff is a very organized group of students. The Staff
strives throughout the year to provide the student body
and faculty of THS with a yearbook they'll be proud of
in the years to come. As in past years, they've done
Right: Caroline Wight. editor. Annual Staff Members, below: First Row: Sherri
Nobles, Amy Mereness, Cherie Vaughan, Nikki Johnson, Erin Arnett, Tamara
Green. Second Row: Fred Wood, Richie Caulley, Caroline Wight, Jeff Copeland.
Third Row: Tolli Redd, Stephanie Sullivan, Leigh Raney, Douglas Maxwell,
Catherine Vaughan, Kevin G. Heidorn.
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lx-' K, ' " Computer Editor: Tamara Greene
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Sherri Nobles, Stephanie Sullivan
W1-ll 1 f --f' ' es and Faculty.
V Tolli Redd, Cherie Vaughan: Class-
Right: Leigh Raney, Honors and Spirit.
Far Right: Richie Caulley, Sports. Be-
low: Nikki Johnson, Jeff Copeland,
Douglas Maxwell, ads. Not pictured:
Madie Powell, ads.
l Amy Mereness and Erin Arnett, clubs, Catherine Vaughan and Fred Wood, photographers
Two of THS's brightest stu-
dents attended honor programs
this summer. Senior Nikki
Johnson attended Capstone
Summer Honors Program at
the University of Alabama.
The six-week long program in-
troduces students to campus
life and classes. "I had a blast.
It was nothing like going to
school herej' said Nikki. Jun-
ior Chris Phillips attended the
Talent Identification Program
at Duke University. This was
Chrisls fourth year in the pro-
gram. The program lasts three
and one-half weeks and gives
students a chance to take a new
class each year while students
stay in the dorm and get a feel
for campus life.
Summer Programs: Chris Phillips and Nikki Johnson
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Have you gotten your letter yet Arthur?
The meeting was last night? Whoops! . . .
The CSLS Advisory Board is a learning
experience for its members. The Board at-
tends monthly meetings where they ex-
plore the intricacies of banking and fi-
nance. Be nice to these peopleg you may
need a loan someday and they're most like-
ly to be behind the counter! The NCTE
tNational Council of Teachers of Englishj
Achievements Award was awarded to Ma-
die Lin Powell this year. Students are se-
lected by the English Dept. and a writing
sample, as well as a timed writing, are sent
to the NCTE. Winners are selected on the
basis of writing and analitical abilities.
Names of winners are printed in a book
that is sent to numerous colleges and insti-
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Above, CKLS Advisory Board: Left to Right: Chuck Mitchellg Tamera Grecneg Arthur Johnson.
The students who attend Boys'
state and Girls' State gained
valuable, first-handed experi-
ence as to how the government
of Georgia functions. The stud-
jents were elected to a mock
Georgia Legislature, divided
into a Senate and a House of
Representatives, where they
voted on bills and passed laws.
On a more local level, the stud-
jents got the chance to manage
and run a city composed of the
members of their floor.
Girls' State: Above: Nikki Johnson, Caro-
line Wight, DaWanna Hunter, Dana Hurst
Boys' Stateg Right: Matt Bensen, .lim Ar-
nold, Eric Curry, Robbie Bohman.
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The Presbyterian Junior Fellows
are chosen each year by the Presby-
terian College. Amy Reeves, Angela
Monroe, Doug Maxwell, and Jeff
Copeland were selected this year due
to their exhibition of excellence in
academics and good citizenship. Stu-
dents are chosen after the first se-
mester of their Junior year. They
have to have the highest cumulative
academic average of their class for
the previous two and one half years,
at least a 900 PSAT or SAT score,
and a recommendation from the
principal. If they choose to go to the
Presbyterian College, they receive a
S500 renewable scholarship for each
of the four years that attend.
Sophomore Susan Sullivan attended the Hugh
O'Brien Youth Leadership Conference this year in
Atlanta. As ambassador from THS, Susan attend-
Bclow, Governor's Honors Participants: Rosemary Ramsey, Huteg Caroline Wight, commurl
cative arts: Stephanie Brunner. social studies. Below left: Hugh O'Brian seminar win
ed lectures and participated in discussions with her
peers. The conference is designed for those people
with the potential for leadership in their school.
Attending Governor's Honors this year were Rose-
mary Ramsey, flute, Caroline Wight, communica-
tive artsg and Stephanie Brunner, social studies.
These students particpated in an intensive study of
their "major" while choosing a "minor,, of study
that they're interested in or just wanted to know
more about. The students met people from all over
Georgia, attended concerts at night, and even had
the chance to tie-dye shirts!
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Nikki Johnson was chosen as
Thomasville High School's STAR
student for 1988. The Student
Teacher Achievement Recognition
is awarded to Nikki based on her
high SAT scores and class ranking.
Nikki chose as star teacher Mrs.
Mary Johnson, her mother, who she
said developed her interest in science
and influenced her the most during
her academic years. Caroline Wight
was the recipient of the DAR Good
Citizen Award for 1988. This is a
very special and unique award be-
cause it is the only one where recipi-
ents are selected by both faculty and
students, who vote on the person in
the Senior class who most exempli-
fies patriotism, service and loyalty to
school, community and country.
Above: STAR student Nikki Johnson. Below: DAR
recipient Caroline Wight.
The Beta Club is composed of Freshmen with
the potential to be members of the National Honor
Society. These ninth-graders must maintain a GPA
of 3.5 and uphold the standards of character set
forth by the Beta Club. The Beta Club performs
service projects similar to those of the National
Honor Society, and members will be eligible to be a
member of the NHS when they enter the tenth
grade. Bert Smith, freshman, was the THS overall
Science Fair winner for the l987fl988 school year.
His project, "The Aerodynamic Affect of a Shield
on a Moving Object," set him above his peers in the
Physics division and led him to the overall victory.
Far above, Beta Club: lst row: Saundra Davis, Sophia Thompson, Monica Armster, Meli:
Watts, Kimberly Fletcher, Kristy Oldham, Laura Clements, Jenny Trockley, Holly Williar
Jennifer Douglas, Vanessa Rogers, Stephanie Hamm, Judy O'Neal, Crystal Moore, Ti
Washington, Barbara Nash, Latrice Evans. 2nd row: Sabrina Adams, Nicole Scrug
Batryse Rollins, Katina Johnson, Latrice McCloud, Allison Reeves, Susan Dixon, Mag,
Flowers, Stephanie Matthews, Tina Peterson, Becky Cain, Treva Johnson, Pamela Butl
Cassandra Dale, Tangela Hopkins. Front row: Ashvin Patel, Charles Sumner, Travis lngra
Kevin McMillan, Jay Logue, Jason Rawlings, Jonathon Cranford, John Perkins, Jim Pri
Tito Peters, Vert Washington, Ernest Cloud, Ladwan Wilson, Jamey Greene, Kendall Bi
kins, Shane Herring, Jonathon Copeland, Billy Evans, Jack Morse, Hutty Hutchings. Abo
Bert Smith, Overall winner local Science Fair,
ip to Bottom Q1 to rl: Top row: Monica Jones, Angie West, Jim Arnold, Erin Heleen, Robbie Bohman, Tripp Force, Ryan Kelly, Sherwanna
magan, Charles Tillman. Middle Row: Catherine Ray, Chris Phillips, Jennifer Maxwell, Marie Hicks, Cathy Williams, Kim Adams, DeNeese
irrett, Seth Coffin, Britt Norwood, Leigh Raney, Edmond Monroe, Keith Seabrooks. Kneeling: Nikki Wiliams, Beverly Reese, Vanessa Rogers,
,roline Wight, Allison Reeves, Lynn Gay, Amy Shepherd, Lawanna Guyton, Franklin McCrary, Beverly Nixon, Michele Jones, Robin McCann,
eve Litherland, Shan Miller.
A new and welcome addition to THS is the Thomasville High School Showstoppers. Called a show
noir, this group of talented students competes against other choirs by singing a variety of popular and
ttriotic music. They obtained a superior rating at Auburn University against other choirs from Georgia
id Alabama. The Showstoppers also entertain at various functions such as the Georgia Department of
ducation Convention banquet in Atlanta and at various local functions. Directed by Fred Allen, the
nowstoppers have proved to be entertaining and popular group wherever they travel.
Top row: Chris Phillips, Jim Arnold, Erin
Hcleen, Robbie Bohman, Leigh Raney,
Chuck Mitchell, Douglas Maxwell, Sherri
Nobles. Middle row: Jerome Simpson,
Shonda Wilson, Jimmy Clifton, Missy King,
Rosemary Ramsey, Cherie' Vaughan, An-
gelica Clark, Shan Miller, Stephen Avera,
Fanetta Dunbar, Paula Washington, Steph-
anie Sullivan, Carrie Clanton, Melanie NeS-
mith, Erin Arnett, Jeff Copeland, Dupreme
Jackson. Madie Lin Powell, Tina Colvin,
Mike Owens. Kneeling: Sabrina Williams,
Toyca Williams, Caroline Wight, Nikki
Johnson, Amy Reeves, Melissa Deas, Gena
Goodrum, Angela Monroe, Matt Benson,
John Smith, Ronald Tillman. Front row:
Fred Wood, Michelle Gibbs, Lynn Gay,
Kate West, Toi Brown, Julie King, Scott
Top row: Byron Thompson, Clayton Wood-
fin, Akissi Stokes, Albert McGalliard, An-
thony Wychc, Michelle Lassiter. Middle
row: Doug Marcinek, Trella Stringer, Sa-
brina Robinson, Marc Hinson, Stephanie
Brunner, Sherwanna Flanagan.
ational Honor Society
Richie! How could you do such a thing? No socks at the induction ceremony is l
eating soup with your fingers, it's just not done! . . . The National Honor Socie
NHS, is an elite group of Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors at THS. This small gr
of students work really hard to maintain their GPA and uphold the qualities that
characteristic of NHS members. The NHS is responsible for such projects as f
for the needy and candy for the nursing homes on Valentine's Day. These stude
should be praised for their hard work and dedication to our school and our commu'
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There are many talented students at
THS and some of them travel to Liter-
ary Meet. Demonstrating skills ranging
from spelling to piano, these students
compete to defend the pride of THS
against rural schools. Locked in a room,
students compete in their respective
categories and wait expectantly for the
results to be posted.
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Caldwell 84 Langford Insurance 320 N Broad 226 4511
Crawford Insurance Agency 122 N Madison 226 4256
Maclntyre 8a Edwards 110 N Crawford 226 1525
Orso Agency 217 E Washington 226 5411
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12756 S Broad St Thomas Ile Ga 31792
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1100 C E Jackson St
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