Trinity High School - Trinhian Yearbook (Trinity, NC)

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FOUNDATIQNS blocks . . . glass . . ,bricks . . . and more . . . the students of TRINITY I I SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL my i lx. ai 5516" ' ,. q ,Q ,, .- .mn . S A . Y . if I r Q. - I 'Pix 70 , ' m1 Nl-MAN TrfnifY SfiQhiCjf High School Tf"1'fVf 1 -Cy wit' Published by the students of TfinityxSeniQ1g High Schdbl. , , Sdrah Ckcilfeditor. A ' ' V Mike? Swaim and Joe Wise . 1 busiiiess managers. ,," ,Q AA., Dillard 'Hiatt'-'adkfisbn ' 1969...anew campus . . . but Foundations had been laid before 1800... 1838. 1853...1924... 1951 . . . and now our new campus . . FOUNDATIONS Students 18 Sports 74 Spotlight 100 Staff 122 School Lite 138 Sponsors 156 ff: 1, .+, 1 4 K. 3, ,, , , 1 xx- .1X,. y f x ' ,W 1 f Q r wil f I S' 1 ... . 4 4 Y q A A H-QQ.. .fx- vv ,Z , 1 f V R ,vi X , --, , , .1 ,ff 1 KM 5 . . . those endless lectures and assignments . . . study. . . research . . . breaks . . . then the books again the withdrawal into solitude to accomplish a purpose . . . 6 a L W v. :gy V , 5 , ww MA 7 '? ?4w EQvf' un X f '12 X , ,R,w.f, 4' x f ' 1' Y ,Q N QQ f fbi V:f"r kz4i??'l 3 fx f. q ma , if s .X Q Y wfu' if . 3 Q PM . f ' " W2 .-., ,..., ..I,. , gf 52 r X X , :ww Z .V '41 iw 4-Wfff k iw f'?d'M pzwyiiz . ,i1.,. ..,. , win .WM , ,WM w rf N6 9' fr lei mg . ,, , 1' 9 Q. figs, . . . the band. . . the crowd's wild excitement. . . football baseball . . . the thrill ofa homerun . . . the one-hitter. the victory in basketball and the crowol's tense antici- pation . . . track. . . and golf 9 Q . .r andit rainedg changing ' e the mood. . . but only for a g a awhile. tor thestudents r - t were everywhere . coming i and going and talking and 1 4 working . g. . lending the atmosphere otcontinuoust e r activities at Trinity Senior High . . . i y , t.,tt. fa L J ., .. 10 E E 5 4 -e n 3- 3 if Q 5 -f 5 2 5 E e 9 1 1 ' Qk. . , A '35 V , ,.,. X . i f- i fn' ,B ,.-1-f w. , A I, A in I " -e ' Z Jifff xirffgfr-x-gib,,1.Q9, - ' K My W if Q I 'x .Q ,H W5 4 J, y QA ' e 6' vi V 5, K ff! X l ...the prom . . . long and awaited for. . . the weekend. . . the music. . . the song. . . the dance . . . the dance is a dance . . . is a dance a' f xx w' is ? 13 . . . the teacher's smile . . . having fun at the prom . . . assisting . . . and taking time to laugh . . . and discuss . . . and then the classroom lectures . . . tests . . . papers . . . grades . . . meetings. . . the teachers A . . . we build as we become actors . . . W9 Cl'98f9 . . . W9 shall remember the senior play. . . and the junior play THUNDER ON SYCAMORE STREET. . . not long after we become juniors we are seniors . . . ,WJ K . ,.- , 1, 'ffW""'W ,.,.n.-ff E , l i Q, E Z ... ...,N W., MFiill m ,-a books slamming . . . lockers banging. . . minds whirling. . . kkf problem solving. . . goals achieving . . . sophomores . . . juniors . . . seniors, growing . . growing as the branches of the trees-ever higher. . . growing. . . sophomores . . . juniors . . . and seniors . . . growing. . . Sophomores Were An Integral ,,...--s Sophomore class officers were Mark Lohr, presidentg Bill Keller, vice-presidcntg and Shelia Bullard, secretary-treasurer. Curt Albertson Cindy Aldridge 20 Part Of Trinity Senior High Q... Mike Allen Mike Armentrout Marqueta Ashburn V35- , Zwmww 4 A 1' , W 1gwm?giQ:- i 3 i i , X Q ,, 'll Qs E1 s. . I X 42 Sandra Ashburn Alan Auman Cynthia Ball Doug Bame Sandi Barnett Danny Barneycastle Jeanette Beasley Tommy Boles Max Bouldin Lindy Brooks Jerry Brown Jimmy Brown Marilyn Brown Pam Brown Terri Bryant Shelia Bullard Donna Bunn Debbie Burton Keith Burton Belinda Byrd Diane Campbell Wendy Childress Vicki Clements Cindy Coltrane Diane Coltrane Sophomores And Julius Caesar Jan Cook Larry Council Mary Cox Tommy Craven Frankie Crotts Dale Crouse Gary Cundiff Mike Daily Larry Darr Billy Davis Mark Davis Debbie Dickerson Harold Dixon Dwight Dobbins Nancy Edmonds Robert Elliot Carson Ewings Gary Farlow Fred Flowers Barbara Folwell Connie Forrester Ricky Foster Fred Frank Cathy Frazier Jerri Freeman Jack Coltrane Neal Coltrane Tommy Coltrane LL Debbie Fruitt Rickie Garner Ann Grant Larry Gray Leonard Gray Steve Gray Diane Grubb Kay Hall Roger Harris Jack Haynes Becky Hightower Don Hill George Hill Sharon Hill Ricky Hines Jane Holloway Carlton Holmes Mike Honeycutt Kay Hoover Ricky Hovis Ken Hoyle Doris Hunt Wanda Hunt Gene Hutchens Wanda Ikner Sophomores Strong In Basketball Christy Kearns Danny Keck Linda King Kathy Kinley Mike Kivett David Lackey Fay Lackey Kay Lackey Bobbie Jean Lawrence Kathy Lawson Duane Leach Robert Lee Diane Leonard Pam Lester Cindy Lewallcn Gary Lewallen Karen Lewis Debbie Linthicum Mark Lohr Marsha Lohr Dale Ingold Billy Ingram J oanne J aekson Judy Jernigan Debbie Johnson Connie Jones Sherrie J ones Peter Jueker ,,'i ,img K M Wu, Q " , It lx . sg' K 1'-ew its E 'ik -wx i, 'VN L-A 'Q-N Hershel Reddick Steven Reddick Beverly Reece Terry Lohr Donna Love Rocky McElhannon Mike McKinney Terry McMilLian Debbie Macaluso Louvenia Mayton Wayne Messer Jerri Miller Phillip Miller Terry Mitchell Max Nance John Nurney Belvia O'Neal Donna Owens Sue Parris Joy Parrish Kathy Parrish Troy Parrish Ronnie Patton Vickie Paul Debbie Peele Toni Pierce Ronnie Price Susan Proctor Sophomores Ano' Then Juniors Tony Ridge Judy Riggs Gwendolyn Rivers Leroy Rorie Drema Ross Monzel Royal Angela Rush Odel Rush Ronnie Rush Richard Scott Sheila Sechrest Janice Shaw Janice Sheets Jimmy Shore Deborah Short Bill Siler Perry Skeen Cheryl Smith Kathy Smith Terry Smith Brooks Spencer Debbie Spencer Sandra Spencer Synthia Spencer Dale Stack Cynthia Tillotson Brenda Triplet Cindy Trivette Walter Stanley Arnold Steel Betty Stone Greg Surratt Gary Sykes Tim Taylor Tommy Taylor Jackie Thomas Pat Thomas Richard Thomas Billy Trotter Gail Tysinger Lois Varner Greg Wade David Ward Debbie Walker Joey Walker Dale Warren Jody Welborn Wanda Welborn Pamela Whitaker Cathie White Graham White Marshal White Lynn Williams Juniors And Their Rings fun :Of Junior class officers were Woody Hicks, prcsidcntg Ronnie Nooe, vice-presidentg and Kathy Hill secretary-treasurer. Wanda Alley Carlton Barker Kenny Barneycastlc 28 John Boggs Edd1e Bou1d1n Kathy Bouldm Jackie Boylen David Bruner Pat Callahan Cathy Carter Leadership Found Joni Carter Jimmy Chapman Gerald Charles Blair Coffield i Marilyn Coggins Margie Conley Danny Cook Earl Cotton Roland Council Richard Cressel Ray Davis Scott Davis Nancy Deaton Terry Dixon Myra Doby Leo Douglas 30 ln Junior Class J J o orttoa i V ff. 4 1 ,f , Y it ,-aw ,- , J Q if K, 2? J ,.. V 1 , A ' X f . A L JM' ww! ,J ' f 'VY ,gf is its Sherry East Terry East Gary Flowers Muriel Floyd Wanda Frazier Dale Freeman Janet Frye Phyllis Gallimore Judy George Cynthia Gray Faye Griffin Mike Gross QW Judy Hackuday Frances Hammond Scott Hanes 31 Juniors And Edgar Allan Poe 'Qs Bill Hayworth Carolyn Hedrick Diane Hedrick Yvonne Helmstetler Woody Hicks Ann Hill Gail Hill Gary Hill Kathy Hill Mike Hill Ricky Hill Sylvia Hill 32 Deborah Hohn Gary Jernigan Gerald Jones Q'- 1--M lf 4 Janis Key Shelia Langston John Lowe Barbara Kinlcy Diane Lcdbettcr Joanne Luther Ken Lambeth Gary Lane Mark Lester Sylvia Loflin Patricia Martin Diane Mashbum 33 Q Juniors Remembered Pam Mason Steve Newton Vickie Parrish Joe Myers Ruth Padgett Brad Proctor Mike Purkcy Donald Rhew Lynne Ridge wan... 'fxs 5 Seniors With A Prom Karen Riehs Marie Robbins Kathy Robbins Mike Royals osanne Royals Karen Royster Robert Scarboro Jerry Sexton avid Sheets Deborah Sheffield Jo Siler Doris Simpson avid Smith Becky Sink Ricky Spencer Bob Spencer 35 use Junior Play Was Well Received W, LM f-.L ,., I A uv. Paul Stewart Sharon Stiles Betsy Sumner Lcwtisha Sumner Becky Svsdft Joe Sykes Julia Taylor Barbara Thompson Ronald Triplette Sandra Ware Ellen Warren Jennie Warren 36 Ronnie Waters Ken Welborn Cathy White "" Q'- vb Don White Mike White Steve White Roger Whitlock Gilbert Williams Ann Wilson David Winslow Mary Kay Witty David Wood Teresa Wood Terra Wood Sandy Younis 37 r Seniors And Diplomas -nik, rv-v L.. Senior class officers were Janie Smith, secretaryg Joe Wise, vice-presidentg Randy presidentg and Rhonda Johnson, treasurer. 38 'Wiv- Ricky Allred Ei N 5 .5 ei Ricky Arnette ,iw . h mL,,, ,,,1 ' h I A A Q i 55 ' I f A, 44 'I S ,Q W- Q 01 f -if' Ifc . ' 1 Y 51, mv,-. W A E -5 , ,, .. ., W., Gene Angel I 'W I Terry Aultman W.. Q , "' r Catherine Baker Ronnie Beasley , ai . -. .-.X 4 K AW,, -Q-...5 5 5214.1 K A l H103 1 Phyllis Bcamon Phillip Big? Susan Biles J? is 'U 'igi 1' wi 'ig v Q2 IQ gl ' : 'W-., 2. I ke 1 fy Bobbie Boles ff' Z as ,bf 3 Jerry Bolcs 'x Elairle BOWm2ll'l Michelle Bowman 41 .I V ,A ,,W., yr W , ,E e,, .., , 4' 5' 'mi ir QB Z .il fi. A ,, f Trovolia Bowman Cathy Brower Q Q, M., Mike Boyles QW ,Qian Philip Brower Mp-ff lf x Q !- , -- ., , X Venson Brown Debbie Brown www . . . if -,leg , Q Y - -fy ': .h z fg 5 Mikc Burrow Danny Campbell 43 uqufx Vt' W . X Q1 N 5-Q Rickey Cashatt Tony Carter Sarah Cecil Wilda Chappell Erma Clark . ,QWSNF NPV! N K x x Q miami Q 5 A .L . X' M' Q wi f - fi Q 1 xv' is 'L "5 U1 '-infa 3 23,3 g I I 4 Q ,g...9r.1Qr I .. is-,gf Q i v 5 be if Uv' i X 2: S 9 A -.-N.-as ? Q . , K k f . gs F, ,gf ,Q si 3 91.4.-fl" 5 Q . i,f4+.w4ffH"f fngw' ii R xx Q ,A .ai 1? ? f:54Yxr1? ' , 'V . sk Es may -ff. ff gwsgk,7!,. Q? gs .1 1' ll 'Y' ?'.,f5:p Y. 55,1 - i is iwvzfg ,Isis X gf fm .gf .e 4- Hr' fl Q ifffiflw Sylvia Clark Txylhxa K xx . ,M ,ff ,il W 17' EX ik' XX ga N"" M, if 5 4 ! nav" Bobby Collins .Q 1 -' -Q 5 .... .i c-ri -':: if X - TZ.-, tl.., . l,:.1 Q X 1 .w w - T 'MJ K ff TLQWA . .. F 1 --A' Mx. . ,U-Q-f-j-,,,g.Y, ku I 991 x-9' X ' J .1 . - K it wr , If f WJ Larry Coltrain Gail Coltrane A x 2 1 r X i 1 ,s mf. .12 R x x . J oe Comer Shelia Cowaxd , .C ,.., I, f f :-, ...ax if 'xo r 1: V' X N " 45 'iiiaiw I ff " W... ooCC Earl Cox A - , Larry Cooke gym 19-1. MW - X A, f flvnw at 'H Ls Randall Cranford A ' 5 S F i QE ii -, 'X 71' I , ,.,, ., 5 I Hii A V if Bill Cundiff Tim Culler in-.am ',-.f"!, Dalton Marsha Daniels 47 ...qi I W' L W., qw. .dug 'nv Carson Davis Lynne Davis Lin da Deaton Dwight Davis P N fi. Phyllis Dunlap J YT' Sandra Evans Qu!! Kathy Farlow obert Forester Vilma Fox 49 -.K Cathy Freeman Celeste Gibson l wwf 'Y"f 'nf' if Sv' -WN, rfb Lynn Frye .fl Phyllis Gill Ronnie Gill 4 ' ii - ,. fel 1 . , 1 ' H :W K' iii" :mix Millggi ,k i .,,,,,, 41 Wulf' X . Wiary Gllmur Pat G11mer Glona Graves UIVK ..,,.-. 7 ff 'Nth md NI! UWW lil! l iii! ff- Ili Iii! ""-f f I H IW, ik- ! . 1 2 S 2 i 5 1 L li l Sandy Gunter t M AH Renee Gurley Randy Hackaday Brenda Hall David Ha.rve11 ,...-1-"ng, Eddie Hcrt Catherine Hauser 53 4? Pam Hill Cathy Hobson Gloda Holmes ,ky Glen Hillard Brenda Hooper 5 v""' Randy Howard Q '..'.:wf'? M 455. 4 ,, ,N , ,,,,, - :xiii 'x f.A,'t.M M ,:".,2... ::1w'1 P4?f + an . :' J .mix 5 48"-",fA . .2f,t.""'.. -:V . , , . -ily..." - . A N1 3 711' f. 'a . A -z,m,,gy,4 .ff ts.-1 'nw V ' 'FH f fs. , A w 's ',,:'?ie,.fvai::?' ' W 1 ' hum. Q Nw.. 7 xx , - -, 4 - A f.g--v-- N f ,Q .,,Sf-"" ,Qu - . f: '.4:w'u....4... Barbara Ingram "Nine rw ""'w-u 'R xg 55532- f Brad Hurley wwf Dvnnis Jernigan san 15' if " 'gif'-i!.'1riw .. 'gud 'fu-.V "" 7:II M N Nw Lynn Johnson Rhonda Johnson Roger Johnson Wayne Johnson Donna Jones Ruth Kennedy IQ ' I if 5, JV' an K ff :CV 1 7 ji K. 'Q' .K ik x , fsfgf I M1 gf' P f Q 'W fi , , y Q , yy f 2235 Q L my q f. 'i Ia , V fm, ff L W. 1 . A. ,, 'fy MQ. f . J f igyw, V34 : L . .v 'yu ,. -i ,. 3. I ,E-f f 0 - ,N,t.,,, ' Z " vf .2 W.. J, ' J' V Iizlf ,. ...wg f Q , Gary King F 1 2 54 Q K' A MIL-2l a , , 57 fa My M Mia ' i Mir? I x f. ,,-,w.'2 , ' ,A-ax W, pi ty' 'I 1 '?5f?2p.1f-- 1 H ...Q-Lyn? ,sis-4 g ,Q 2 X y .I Sgglifi f V' H ' Q A- A, y 5, In x l -Jfliof -4 X K f I J 1 U '.' .1 .Q nm,L a X Jane Key Susan Lackey Susan Lambeth Vicki Lewallen Mike Lohr Andy McCall 58 ii ii liiiiifi g .'im. iiii A wx - ist. 'Ki'f ' Lxi' .. .Q ligf ii A , .. .. L Bonnie Mclilhannon Gail McKinney A .. 5 RWN5 A " v m ...af Q be L Qs Sara McGee Glcndu Marion Ricky Melton x. X F. IN... N, "XIX x N i Janice Morton Carolyn Mickey Emily Nelson Mike Nickols Df11CiUH Oakley ,v 4-0' ,ei -at 'W CN Suriv' " ' 'l" " .,1 1 f ' x ' ' " " 'I . ' I v. nu 1 A. X -l'Y"f1'f7' 1 1 w fy V ' 111, 1l,r Q ' 4 n ,Alf Charlene Parns Roger Peace f' ,2- of' X, -mr-f --' '11- ,,.,..-a Sv ik Aw. Carol Phillips Vickie Pierce Vickie Powell Shirley Price Kay Pugh 'qi Neell 9 3 5 E x VT" f ' ' ff 1 Raines illiam Reddick Q., NX Q X N M In W? fi Vickie Randall Brenda Reynolds 5' 'YT Judy Rhyne Lucy R01-ie MA-4-. J. ' f Karen Ridge Eddie Royals Carven Rush ws ianigng, 3.55 .5 :g-,fa N A , .N g5,,5::f, if , , 4 i ,N if 5. IAA. 'A N 1 fy 4 f! 2 1 .1 fb ww Q R my E 5 , rg N v 1. ,J , My x. -2 H - M33 -g:,z1x.,,1 -was,lgrszsrlffig Lqeifxfisgfz-.E:-,Q v 1 ' ff ' ff: I wr, 1. - 'fisiitfiirg Q , 1 X.. 'X X I f A w as QL 1 af' Ni L R , + x J N f W K Q E fr J- Y ,pr D 1, x L 1 . , v , X, J UH 2 , s. 4 p .i v 511535 x Q 'lil is 5 .-1 ? W' , A 5 X' 1 ef, N 1 sa uw 1 y YF S rr 5 - 3 if ' ' fl 1 N"-W, .. 'a 5 1 M if, ff? L-ww Rush ff-"Pill cbccca Scotton Xie Qi . N mmiififiifisi 511 mmf . Two Maxine Rush Xu! Danny Shaw Bobby Sherrill Mike Skecn Sar V1Ck1C Slmpson a Skcen Brenda Smith 41' 'vw Q A Z 'Wi .tx -v--.. Rhonda Spuugh Janie Smith w.. E iilllv f. . 5 rv--. fi A .,,.-of 1 ,Q , g 1 A. 'ffsi' .X cbbic Spencer Ruth Stone 67 T01-ry Suggs David Taylor Charlotte Tuul 54 K ' if? ' I .C Mike Swaim mm, f ,..w-,V H -,,ff- x ' ' X 'L ,, HZ k,:' sfwsf "kk ' Zag L Q X Robert Thomas A lik Q J ff' 2 i F-p 'JT' ii' ,,,m. . W . qi!-if N xx XX f 'I Jerry Towery Theresa Trivcttc N 5- 'Q-...Nw W 3fQ W, Trotter Suc Vaughn 69 XX Xxx jf l 1 W W d 'sr is X 1' A . A Tlm Ware Randy Underwood J HITICS WHTCIS Nancy Welborn Stcvc Welborn vff' Nui' 4 x X X f ,.,d x x X X X X x ,-,JJ -,,,..,., ,W . Z waven- -'W' ,J Keith White 'N Tim white A.. A """""""-Qu--R-,m...,,.,,.,. W1 K' 'Vw m Ar' X . ,f Steve White Linda Williams Joe Wise lo" cl' vt' as as on 5 U O C G v s 1 . . 1 u , . 0 u u 1 . 1 o 0 . , ' ' 0 A Q 1 , , . . s , . n , . ' s a ' u u , ' ' Q ' u s o 0 1 of MY Toni Worrell James Younger WHAT YOU ARE IS GOD'S GIFT TO YOU,' WHAT YOU MAKE OF YOURSELF IS YOUR GIFT TO HIM. Senior Motto vw QE ff . r L ,, se V . . . trained minds . . . a driving spirit. . . bodies, agile . . . always alert. . . teamwork. . . leader- ship . . . co-operation . . . wins and losses . . . runs . . . extra points . . . baskets. . . touch- downs . . . building bodies . . . 75 4 Q ' if ,Q Q O 'P h fi' '31 8 I if 1 fifty K5 jr , ,if Q FW , ,J 34 Q Q jji,Q, f , Q 5 , 35 if'-A ' 4 ,f Ff, ,gf . , 3:1 .f.,,' ,, ' ,, 3 , , , 2 '- F' f Q 1 1 fi I "'l f'k?f . ,Y f 1 'f' I W fp v . , , -W , V f , f.,. V 1 4 -. pm... , f 7 ' 'fi ' +3 5, 'Af f ,AV V, , Q-4'1" X L.. 7 4 19' 'xl-xx ,MV 4 l is - .. M ' My . A U W? , Zw. S XV v 1 . X - ' F .K M W ff: Wvgj , Q 5 Lk : . kai + T9 , fi' x Y 4 5 gf Bill Hayworth Named To All-Conference Team Eighty-six points were scored by Trinity the last six minutes 16-6. Winning or as they demolished Denton and Ledford. losing, the Bulldogs played hard, growing Sumner was the last game of the season in body and spirit, helping to make for Trinity. and the Bulldogs almost dreams a reality. pulled another one out before losing in x Ns Ni. l Get in there and pass on this play! Touchdown! Trinity! 77 ' 1 Coaching Staff Worked Faithfully To Develop Strong Teams In 1969-70 Trinity's tough defense diagnosed Ledford's oifense and held them for no yardage Coaches Hiatt :md Doby intensely Studigd the gained. This defense resulted in a convincing victory for the Bulldogs. Trinityls situation with East Davidson before making 21 offense scored 34 points, enough for a victory. decision. 1 , , 4 ..- il' David Wood gained yardage on this play. 78 Tri-Captains Were Leading Scorers y With seven returning lettermen, four of whom were seniors, the Bulldogs of 1969-70 were a team to be reckoned with. Led by five seniors, three of whom had been starters since they were sophomores, the Bulldogs were an experienced and well-balanced team, highlighted by youth. The boys made up for a lack of heigh1 by their quickness and aggressive defensive play. The Bulldogs were led by tri-captains Gary King, Brad Hurley, and Gary York. N. . s -42 in Mike Lohr in air for a basket. Gary King scored two. Gary York for a layup. 'Sqn' Now, boys . . . Relaxed before the game wwf., Ledford Defeated For First Victory The Bulldogs got off to a slow start, losing their first three games. With only two seconds remaining in the game, Brad Hurley hit a jump shot, and the Bulldogs won their first game of the season over Ledford, 55-53. The Bulldogs went on to win their next three games out of four to even their record, including an aston- ishing rout over defending conference champion Randleman. Coach Larry Wa.ll's exciting-to-watch junior varsity was expected to make next year's varsity one of the most explosive teams in the conference. Steve Gray leaped high for a score. Well guarded was Gary York The cheerleaders led us in many cheers. And the fans supported our teams. ,ff 1-If 54 I A4091 4, Randleman Defeated By Hot-shooting Bulldogs Kenny Wclborn's thirty-footer. F Gary York and g l ... 1 55, . K if 1 Ra ,, 'X LW. ' I L -- : Q Wifi amy. A Sf' Kathy Far1oW's baske t. An over-the-head shot Oh! Girls Lost Close Games In 1969-70 Led by All-Conference and All-Tournament Debra Hohn along With senior captain Glenda Marion, the 1969-70 Bulldogcttes were once again in the thick of the conference race. With sevcn returning lettermen, only thrcc of Whom were seniors, the Bulldogettes with experience built for the future. Susan Lambeth and on-lookers. Well, Wait a minute! Front row left to right, Janie Smith, Susan Lambeth, Glenda Marion, Sara Skeen, Kathy Farlow. Back row left to right, Coach Wyant, Sheila Bullard, Jackie Boylen, Mary Ann Staton, Sylvia Loflin, Marsha Lohr, Cindy Aldridge, Debra Holm. Junior-Led Team Strong And Experienced Everyone Wanted the ball. Starting off hot, the Bulldogettes Won their first three starts of the 1969-70 season. After losing to defending con- ference champion Ledford, the Bull- dogettes went on another winning streak, winning their next four out of tive games. It's mine. Glenda dribbled the bull us team led 25-12 in third period. Susan Lambeth's pass to Janie Smith was not intercepted. Cindy Aldridge and a jump ball. No, you can't have it! W3 'N 4 2 if ,E I Y, f - WW .ff s ' QS' 'i" fh'i'1M"" -A--HW ff ' 4- --W-V H I ' M Q I ,, 'W i ,. WN- . .M Un- AUSWL 2 L 'Y A ,,..,,.,-M... W.- 4 My QM' 5- - M WQM . Z Q Q . A r W, 1 i' - Trinity's Golf With six returning lettermen, all of whom were starters, the 1970 Trinity Senior High golf team improved their previous mark of 13-2. Both losses came at the hands of Randleman and resulted in a Program Enhanced second-place finish for the Bulldogs. The team finished third in tournament play. After the regular season play was over, David Taylor, Ricky Melton, Gary Flowers, and Gary King represented the 92 school well in the State GC Tournament in Chapel Hill, Nor Carolina in which they finished fifth the Championship Division. David Taylor and one of his moments of concentration. ,, ,I ,:,,. ,ff I A' , , l ,y S . , 4 x 'f 9 M I -ff ' , . r a s W Z LM. f '3::,.,f ' ' If-' 4 , ,- -f , -- V W V , . ., ,, ,LM . , - ' - ,ls W . 5? -, ' ' '. A4 ww in '- 1' :Ui A 'M-,,.,-W W7 I, ' A N 2 A ,ci , , X 3. ,,Lg,M:'4 ..wA.V., h,HMi,,4 i - M W A 7 - ..,. -1' 'X ' , i- N. 4 . Q, 'WM A , , ' -'Y " ', "if I ,Jw-.ve"': H! .15 fl I N . - . -,V pg , ww, -f mfr-,,w .L,'P',g if Golfers relaxed and atc after victory. l ,L W Arh. , .. I "UN I Gary Flowers and hold nine. ,Mae ers or The usual march over the bridge. ' - i az W7 W if Ricky Melton. Randy Howard, at left. Fred Flowers. l I l Q.--Je - ' X x x. "gm ri www 'ww ,bw yf,-.rv - '.f'f'7T7"'7:ff"'L-- 'i' W ' , Y , W ' .gwv-1, H .'. ' , -U V . -.-1 ww ""'Y V "pin Q' W , wt K. Q, ,A 4 V' -. 'g bv -- rx 1' , M UUNIFQZ. "rl ' -:ju 39 .P , A Q' - -Q' i. A " K. 43 - Q ':w..szN'1NqA .K s X84 x . "ff,,.x .V 4 - 1 A .. I , , ,', ,x s 1 - . . Hx .. R v. 1 . Q f . Q -. ww, ,A ' ' v gr, -m,-f . 1- , LW' 5. u ,W 1 ,' - .AW Coach Wall's Team Ano' Talent Returning for the 1970 baseball team were fifteen players, all of Whom were lettermen. The total included only five seniors. This alone indicated that re- building the baseball program at Trinity Senior High School was in progress. Stewart Roberts caught the third-strike pitch from Eddie Bouldin. Coach Wall and his usual pre-game talk with players. Mi gi qfgtiaii, V , A, ,,,, V as , i - Af i 'ig , "'i",1aV1l1 -Mb 2 g r - . S, N 4, a NJ' Y M A. f . . ' 1 . ' . ' - , ,,,,.. - t A . . . ,tc . . . Rocky McElhannon placed fourth in the discuss competition in the conference track meet. Track Team Had Winning Season A growing sport at Trinity Senior High, track proved to be of interest to the spectators in 1969. Coach Hiatt's team consisted of Wayne Johnson, mileg William Reddick, 880g Arnold Steele, 440, Larry Council, 220, Ricky Foster, broad jump, Jody Welbom, Kenny Welborn, Wayne Johnson, high jumpg Rocky McElhannon, Bill Hayworth, discuss and shot put, Larry Council, 100-yard dashg Steve McKenzie, Larry Council, Kenny Wclbom, and Arnold 97 Steele, 880 relay. The track team won three out of five regular season meets. Winners in the conference meet held in Greensboro were William Reddick, second in the 880, and Rocky McEl- hannon, fourth in the discuss throw. Wayne Johnson ran the mile. William Reddick Won MVP Award For Track Jody Welborn represented us in the high jump. Members of the track team were Kenny Welborn, Jody Welborn, Bill Hayworth, and Jw Rocky Mclilhannon, standingg Wayne Johnson, Arnold Steele, Ricky Foster, William Reddiek, and Larry Council, seated. - 4? 2 tv .. 1 f it , , 'i 5. ' , , H '- if . ,-f:f4a.- ga ' M V k Wi,:ffsai fZ. 'Nw aff W- - . , f' ff s .. rqlnaraanefrwf-v..4w-rs-u f ,,, .im pg, 5' 5 M, 9 -we .., 1 ff .3 '11- ' ' If ,A . Z 'W WW L Jw, . ,LL, 3 ' .W ',,i ' fiy "i: W 'A' "' ,phi . W .Wi ,, n ,fm . , S iw' 5 'S 'J X-. v '11- 'auxin L ff 4 . " KM f , .,, f Ur NSW my I, s I ,Q 1, An... QW 1 1' JS Mx' S ,4-. 'H' sv' sy f . , f' 3, Q ew ii . . . beauty. . . smiles. . . awards . . . honors . . . achievement. . . recognition . . . striving forthe best. . . ever-growing . . . building . . . walking and dreaming. . 101 Rhonda Johnson Queen of Homecoming Selected from a field of ten contestants by the student body, Rhonda Johnson was the choice for our Queen of Home- coming. Glenda Marion was the Maid of Honor. Homecoming 1969- 70 Joni Carter, Junior Attendant, Glenda Marion, Maid of Honor. Debbie Macaluso, Sophomore Attendant. kk Seniors Recognized Academically The Top Thirteen Aca- demically in the senior class were Nancy Welborn, Darrell Hill, Mackie Par- rish, Wilda Chappell, Sarah Cecil, Elaine Bowman, Randy Underwood, Robert Thomas, Celeste Gibson, Ruth Stone, Bobbie Boles, Renee Gurley, and Drucilla Oakley. De Anne Hobson and Jimmy Weston, Jr. were selected by the seniors to serve as their mascots for the graduation exercises. 1 if? .. .,,.. .M e V f i , i , Kathy Farlow Awarded Honor t ,K . ... K ,... 'mily Nelson represented us as our selection for the queen of the entral Carolina Conference during the basketball tournament. Choice of the faculty to the girl who has been of service in her community as Well as her school was Kathy Farlow, our Daughter ofthe American Revolution. Most Outstanding Seniors Selected By Faculty Member of the Beta Club, Ruth Stone E m:,, viii I W ky' President of the Student Body, Randy Hackaday Citizensh1p award reciplent Mack1e Parrlsh Twelve Seniors Named Outstanding For 1970 Year Member of the basketball team, Kathy Farlow. tm 51s i President of the Central District Beta Club, Randy Underwood. Member of the basketball and baseball teams, Brad Hurley. 107 Outstanding Seniors Member of the basketball team, Glenda Marion. Member of the Keyettes, Elaine Bowman. Chief cheerleader, Rhonda Johnson. 108 Beta Club president, Darrell Hill. Member of the Student Involvement Committee, Eddie Hert. President ofthe Keyettes, Sarah Cecil, Mike Lohr Ano' Gary King Golden Helmet award winners were Mike Lohr and Gary King, outstanding players on the gridiron and hardwood. Mackie Parrish Attending a Youth Conference in Washing- ton, D.C. was Mackie Parrish, winner of the Citizenship award. Morehead Nominees Morehead nominees were David Taylor, Randy Underwood, and Mackie Parrish. Randy Underwood was the district Winner. Mr. and Miss Trinity Senior High Randy Hackaday and Rhonda Johnson were selected by the student body as Mr. and Miss Trinity Senior High. Junior And Sophomore Class Favorites ff? .4-seg Y2""'f 'W f"'4s, J wiv' Mary Ann Staton, Woody Hicks, and Myra Doby were selected as Jumor Class Favorites. 112 ,gb Q? Sophomore Class Favorites were Debbie Macaluso and Mark Lohr. in Deborah Hohn was our Miss Trinity. 1 "-- ' rffifffi i5'lLi5f if "" i 3111 Deborah Hohn Miss Trinity Outstanding Students Ot 1969-70 Selected By Faculty Barbara Ingram excelled in French. KS. , f , Wmnef gf the Aft award was Paul Stewart Wanda Frazier was awarded the Drama award. Outstanding ln Fields Ot Study -1 Student Outstanding in the Commercial Field ' V Y l was Charlene Parris. if 7 5 5. .F '-Q, Excelling in Math was David Smith. Outstanding in English was Celeste Gibson, ab ,1A. 3 . ttl A The Creative Writing award was won by Judy Rhyne. Excelling in the Histories was Randy Underwood. Kathy Farlow was Outstanding in Music. Three Juniors Received Awards For Outstanding Achievements Gary King was Outstanding in Sports. RNATDONAL METRIC SYS!!! 4 1 Outsta Elaine Bowman, our new MISS TRINHIAN, was selected by Mr. Ken Berry. Runner-up to Elaine was Janie Smith. ia-QA Sarah Cecil was-a contestant for Miss Trinhian yiww--w.gi,. Elaine Bowman-Miss Trinhian Glenda Marion was one of the six contestants for Miss Trin- hian. Emily Nelson, a contestant for Miss Trinhian. Ken Berry judge Mr. Berry's Letter fwaqws xX sns R 1' D, PRODUCTIONS Rhonda Johnson a contestant for Miss Trinhian. Miss Trinhian N 120 X 9 'K PS Q K Q .mm S X- SD 5,6 i Qsggi' ha ,, W ,A A ff' ' wi ig ,N I, exif '- wf f ' , if VY iwfx Ft I f 4 T fd v ff ji it fi'.P ff' Ti k'h' 75 K 2 N , ,pm f A ,.b,..:- f fp 1 33,55 -g3gQ.5Ss? N 4 em, J P31 .Aifd at Sf? v 'ig Y ggimfilg- I - ,. gg A 1 L 5553353 mx- . Y I A . I 7. 'Ii Us af' .i Sf 'ff fat, -' Q Y gen.. f 33. K . X -N f -' MXN-. ' 'Si . " find t it S E, .L ,F -ia, f' X X NB S is 0 ---ae ,,..--S ,f Is Z ww. Sv... so '- l xi If x .WN X... H: K K K X W X f . . . instructing minds . . . developing skills . . . an environment with a keen desire for learning . . . students seeking diligently for scholastic perfection . . growing in knowledge . . 4,5 DE DICA Tl ON For His Unending Devotion We Dedicate Amid the past and future lies the present. With the present comes the memory of many famous men. Their trodden paths leave behind an immense amount of influence. Betwixt two famous trodden paths, those of Lincoln and Washing- ton, lies our own Mr. Coggins. His path is being changed and influenced daily by those be- fore him. His qualities are as those of Lincoln and Washing- ton. These qualities do in- clude insight, forceful in his convictions, possession of iron will, a determined spirit, and an understanding love for all. As Washington had to do in his time, so does Mr. Coggins. He steadily changes and adjusts to the new times. As Lincoln had the beautiful quality of putting others before self, so does Mr. Coggins. It is easily seen that others' paths in- fluence our own. Here, Mr. Coggins is influenced by the paths of two great men, and years from now we will be in- fluenced by his uncompleted path of now. M.r. Coggins, because of your unending concern and devo- tion to us, we dedicate the 1970 TRINHIAN to you. Mr. J. Rayford Coggins, Principal 124 Office Workers Aidied Mrs. Brady in 1",!'5' Patient and understanding are the words which describe our secre- tary, Mrs. Hilda Brady. Running her job efficiently, she is a friend to all. She tended to the money matters of the school, worked with the blue sheets, and did several other tasks that go unnoticed. She offered her service to anyone who sought it. Mrs. Hilda Brady. Students assisted Mrs. Brady in her work by answering phone calls, delivering messages, typing, and attending to several of the usual duties of a secretary. .K "VK N-if Guidance Office Assistant Work Was Varied Miss Doris Lambeth Guidance Counselor hobbies: reading, bridge, ceramics wx ,F I is Q --no J,-f' The guidance workers assisted Miss Lambeth in such activities as acquainting new students with the school, aiding in filing and straightening of records, and corresponding with the faculty. i 126 Library Expanded To Meet Growing Demands Freedom is the Word for our library. The library has a special THE GREAT BOOKS Ol" THE WESTERN WORLD Students atmosphere of excitement and enthusiasm, created by a staff that were able to cheek out recordings and listen to them in the self understands and cares. Added to its many volumes of books were study area. V 3 5 Qs gk 'XR s .M ,,,. x 1-,.,. ., .. get, L A. Mrs. Marian Tillman Librarian hobbies: reading, sports, writing, playing piano, and listening to music 127 Q. all ., . 'C.---- 'N Christmas Cantata Was Beautiful The glee club performed at the State Fair, sang in uThe Messiah" in Greensboro, gave a Christ- mas cantata, and attended a musical workshop at Chapel Hill. Mr. Gamble directed 'The Sound of Music", which the glee club presented in the spring. Mr. Joe Gamble Art and Glee Club hobbies: music, art, ceramics The art classes displayed their works in the library. On display was a beautiful Thanksgiving scene and a pine W cone Christmas tree adorned the library. Equations And Symbols And Math 'The Math Department introduced students to ideas con- cerning numbers, their use and benefit to us in everyday life. Mrs, Lalin E. Ashmore lgebra I obbiesz gardening 'hd intnilig Steve Sharpe Algebra II electronics, astronomy Math Department i"' : Mrs. Patricia McLean Biology and Chemistry hobbies: knitting and oil painting Nav' i 8 in E Mr. Larry W. Wall Biology hobbies: hunting Amoebas And Science Striving to fulfill many purposes, the develop reasoning, and demonstrated Science Department served the students such sciences as biology, chemistry, and in many Ways. It related the sciences to physics in an understanding manner. 1 everyday life, presented sciences to Science Department 130 Machines And Business Students learned fundamentals of office routine and procedure in the course, office practice. They gained invaluable experience. Other classes included typing, shorthand, and other commercial courses designed to be a background for an office career or business school. Mr. Roy B. Allen Mrs. Carol Gibson M.r. Charles Lynn Small Typing I, Ilg Office Practice Shorthand I, II, Typing I Basic Business and Bookkeeping hobbies: bridge, rook, collecting coins hobbies: bridge, ceramics, bowling hobbies: basketball, hunting and fishing Business Department hs? z sooxnczrmc. cvcu: in G ...-, 05f.cL0StN T'RIAL SHAW' tzoczn V -. - 117' . MMW' "fm ,yi 131 C3995 ..., 4 Mrs. Joan Sharpe French I hobbies: reading, sewmg swlmmmg Y 5 ,, English And French Classes Les classes d' anglais de francais munication by understanding the English language. The language and culture of France enabled students to comprehend aspects of another country. Trinity's Language Department encouraged expressive thinking. English grammar opened new opportunities and advancements for stu- dents. Students accomplished goals of com- x Language Department 'X 5 i V , Mrs. Emma Louise Moss " English II, Ill hobbies: sewing, handiwork 'Yu 51111 nl! g 11341 if-1 ?'f"- Juanita Peace Mrs. Lula Bowman English Il reading, working with teenagers hobbies: sports 133 Mrs. Barbara Brown English, Reading Improvement hobbies: crafts, needlework Mrs. Shirley A. Johnson English III, Journalism hobbies: reading, real estate QW Mr. A. Dillard Hiatt Humanities hobbies: sports, collecting and listening to long playing albums Writing poems 0 4.447 ,- af Social Studies Department Students comprehended tomorrow's destiny by understanding previous world conditions. The Social Studies Department recog- nized the past and momentous events. Mr. John B. Doby American History, Sociology, Economics, Consumer Math hobbies: hunting, fishing Mr. John Kearns American History hobbies: hunting qu. A,l gf 4 I ,-V,, r V N f , Q i A Y f, , -52 " 'I ' 1: Q I -an 5 . VV Y . 1- , : 1,-Q qs h i fi W - j, K efit' 5 5 Miss Beverly Crotts World Cultures, World History, U.S. History hobbies: listening to music, attending sports activities World History, World Geography, KT' nt Q' 1 1-. 'els Cu sz 1 s use ' --"gh, Members of Distributive Education Girls enrolled in the Home Economics Department acquired social graces, un- derstanding of children, learning to plan and cook a dinner course, and pride in herself and her country. Mrs. Linda Kennerly Home Economics IV, Marriage and the Family hobbies: ceramics, knitting, and pottery Mrs. Rose Rinehardt Home Economics II, III hobbies: sewing, knitting, ceramics 136 99' The Vocational Arts classes aided stu- dents in acquiring skills that can be used in jobs after graduation. "': -fa ,v,, ,y . at 5 t if" PN -., 5,5 l ,,, ---.ilu-"" icky Arnette, a student of the Vocational Arts. Mr. J .W. Davis Agriculture Science and Mechanics, Forestry, Ornamental Horticulture hobbies: wood working Mr. Kenneth Nance Marketing, Cooperative Distributive Education hobbies: officiating football, playing golf, reading, and camping 7 1 , Q1 all if ' QQ , - 132515, Ji, ut., 4 E gg' lx Q, Z5 sqm! 'AA Q 3 wi In if , Q Q Z 5 51- NT. W, 2 iexmv 1,31 . . . publicizing . . . honoring . . serving . . . performing . . . improving . . . guiding. . . and constructing . . . a year filled with activities . . . things to do 139 - y -- V- s' K . 7 . N- -1 J MXL tg R S -fm, . - .y -H-N ,.--ef . mf .,N, y We i W.- Darrell Hill, Carolyn Mickey, and Randy Howard, SPORTS members talked to Coach Doby. staff x.,J....,. ...V-.-.. .... with Miss Crotts Sarah Cecil, editor, sought advice from Mr. Hiatt, yearbook advisor. CPicture on page 140 top leftj Betsy Sumner, Teresa Trivette, and Joyce Bulla, STUDENTS staff members. Pam Mason and Becky Sink, SPOTLIGHT staff members. Elaine Bowman, Janice Carroll, and Jackie Boylen, SCHOOL LIFE taff members. The yearbook met the February 20 deadline, and the finished products arrived in May. Mike Swaim, Joe Wise, Emily Nelson, Larry Darr, and Jimmy Albertson, SPONSORS staff members. ,giffmg Members of the Beta Club held a Parent's Night in the lecture theater. Paperback books were collected by the Beta Club anc sent to boys in Viet Nam. Teachers Appreciation Day was one of the projects of the Beta Club. 142 'RA Wmmqmm, Betas Attended April Convention A highlight of the year for the Beta Club was the presence of Miss Hannah Leitner, National Beta Club Sponsor. She was guest speaker at thc tapping ceremony for new Beta members. Beta Club members operated the school store. Christmas cards were sent by the Beta Club to boys in Viet Nam. Xi 3 x .- 'J X ' Q ,, , l ,, , "Bulldog Tales" Tolo' The News Six issues of the school paper were sold to the students by the Phyllis Beamon, Randy Hackaday, and Sam McGee, members of journalism Class. the newspaper staff. N Dwight Davis and Rebecca Scotton, editors of the newspaper. 9 I r 3 y Q X3 Q Nz' I A N if L Mau , feast K 2 f A .. " K ,,,,,N i , , o,.. 1, -Y -'J my , QA, S sf a AJ Q Sarah Skeen, Dorothy Hedgecock, Shirley Price, and Tony Gillis, members of the newspaper staff. Members of the newspaper staff, Rush, Vicki Powell, and Brenda Smith. 'AW K eyettes Served The School The Kcycttcs sponsored a lfun Fair, helped collect moncy for thc March of Dimes, and were hostesses in the reception room. Kcycttes served as hostcsscs for Career Day. Kcyettes supervised in the health room. Kcycttcs dclivcrcd gifts to thc ugcd in thc rest homo at Trinity. 145 . Key Club Sponsored Powderpuff Game Like all other clubs, the Art Club helped beautify the school by cleaning an area on campus. The majorettes helped boost the school spirit at football games. Career Day was a major project of the year for the Key Club. The Art Club displayed their works in the library. Members of the Key Club as they planned several projects for the year. Cleaning school grounds was one major project. ,A Members of the Monogram Club, the majorettes. Anchor Club Was Formed In 70 , A new club, the Anchor Club provided coffee for the teaeher's 1 lounge. This service club had several projects for the year. The Anchor Club repaired toys which were given to needy children at Christmas. -I RJ S Anchor Club members helped in keeping a beautiful lawn. Decorating the tree in the cafeteria was a project of the Anchor Club. Ill Student Directory Assembled By The FBLA Members FBLA members assembled a student directory. Phyllis Gallimore was DECA's Sweetheart. The students were involved in several projects as Well as being host to the District DECA Convention. Randall Cranford was elected president of the Sixth District DECA. Copy was typed for the student directory by FBLA members. 1. W ' Q I ' Q V 1. X Q D ,f"'Swl05s ' 'iv- F W, xv " I rf fx' gf W 'W W ' I FHA Members Attended Sta te Fair FHA members had 21 busy year. During the year, a local fashion show was sponsored by the FHA, and the members modeled their own creations. Ann Wilson and Phyllis Gallimore were winners in the state competition of the "Sew-It-With-Wooll' contest. Members of the FHA proudly displayed their trophy for first place in the homecoming float contest. ff? -"' 1 if - H ' ,I -A ' Sf , 'I I is Some of the officers as they planned FHA pro- jects. 'QNMNN ,rv-A - H el Student Involvement Council Formed In its tirst year as an organization, the Student Involvement Council was form- ed as a mediator for the students and teachers. Members of the Future Teachers of America made plans for National Edu- cation Week. Members of the Student Involvement Council planned for better student rela- tions. Members of the horticulture class beautified our campus. ff' ff A Q ea 71 If 935 Ar 'Ai' 'vw , ,.,.,.,,., ., ,, , W, , , Z, . ., .i TMQQE vggelsj sf.: M- , ef' Projects Entered ln Science Fair Members ofthe Science Club. Many interesting experiments were performed by the members of the Science Club. Several students entered projects in the Science Fair. The students were responsible for keeping lab equipment in its proper place. Members of the Science Club. ..,..-.- -J' Members of the French Club. L. 151 Bus Drivers Had A Perfect Record Members of the newly formed club, thc Bus Driver's Club. ,dv SJW fs., Members of thc cheerleading squad. 152 .X -Q Students Ot The Humanities Studied The Great Writers Members of Mrs. Brownis English III class. Members of the Humanities attended several plays, saw art exhibits, and presented two one-act plays. A 'A l President Randy Hackaday and Stu- dent Council members. Members of the Student Council. gas' ctive Was The Student Council tiki. W ,ryr V gtk' if ..- Members of the newly formed club, the Library Club, with Mrs. Marian Tillman, librarian. Innumerable were the projects of the Student Council. Some ofthe projects were sponsoring dances to raise money for new trash cans for the campus, sponsoring Homecoming, selling parking stickers, sponsoring a sing-out, sewing as parking patrol leaders, and heading Student Council Week. Members of the Student Council. ai-ff Ml Student Council members. 1 Wei :www ,,,..-new ., awww . R, K, ,pw qgdgfw-QSM if 40' gm. y - ffgzwzzs-if, ...money...drugs...cars... ties . . . land. . . oil . . . furniture . . . banks . . . groceries . . . paint. autos . . . pizzas . . . tires . . . wigs . . . building for us . . . sponsors . 157 Ricky Allred Eugene Angel Ricky Arnette Terry Aultman Catherine Baker Phyllis Beamon Susan Biles Bobbie Boles J erry Bolcs Elaine Bowman Trevolia Bowman Phillip Brower Debbie Brown Linda Brown Venson Brown Mike Burrow Tony Carter Rickey Cashatt Sarah Cecil Wilda Chappell Erma Clark Sylvia Clark Shelia Coward Timothy Culler Patrice Dalton Dwight Davis Lynne Davis Linda Deaton Phyllis Dunlap Kathy Farlow Robert Forester Cathy Freeman Celeste Gibson Phyllis Gill Ronnie Gill Sandy Gunter Renee Gurley David Harvell Catherine Hauser Darrell Hill Eddie Hill Kathy Hobson Brenda Hooper Randy Howard Brad Hurley Rhonda Johnson Roger Johnson Donna Jones Compliments of the Class of 1970 158 Jane Key Gary King Susan Lackey Susan Lambeth Viki Lewallen Mike Lohr Bonnie McElhannon Sara McGee Gail McKinney Glenda Marion Janice Morton Emily Nelson Drucilla Oakley Peggy Owens Charlene Parris Mackie Parrish Carol Phillips Vickie Pierce Vickie Powell Shirley Price Kay Pugh Vickie Randall William Reddick Judy Rhyne Karen Ridge Lucie Rorie Doreen Rush Maxine Rush Rebecca Scotten Vickie Simpson Sara Skeen Brenda Smith Janie Smith Debbie Spencer Ruth Stone David Taylor Robert Thomas Richard Trotter Randall Underwood James Waters Nancy Welborn Keith White Tim White Linda Williams Joe Wise Brenda Kay Woodell Toni Worrell Gary York Wanda Alley John Boggs Kathy Bouldin Jackie Boylen Joyce Bulla Doris Bullins Pat Callahan Jimmy Chapman Marilyn Coggins Margie Conely Richard Cressel Ray Davis Scott Davis Nancy Deaton Myra Doby Muriel Floyd Wanda Frazier Janet Frye Leonard E. 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DeWitt Holton Furniture Company "Quality Furniture and Carpets" 817 South Main Street High Point, N.C. Wagner Woodcraft Inc. 431-4012 Fine furniture and carvings 4627 South Main Street High Point, North Carolina 178 Trindale Barber Shop Sir Pizza North and South Main High Point, North Carolina Phil Butler Welborn Motors, Inc. Monaco Polara Coronet Dart Dodge Trucks 6 National Highway Thomasville, North Carolina Phone: 476-7548 Compliments of Allred Metal Stamping Works For All Your Advertising Needs Calendars - Gifts - Pens - Novelties Compliments of Call Betty J. Warren Hickory Springs Arcndale, North Carolina Telephone 431-3486 Representing Newton Manufacturing Co Compliments of Compliments ot Trinity Self-Service WHPE 180 WAGN ER TIRE SERVICE Compliments Corner of Church and Pine Street f o High Point, N.C. TRINITY GRILL 885-2007 John Cagle Uniroyal and lVIichelon Tires STATE FARM INSURANCE Compliments of Ed Monroe CAMEL PAWN SHOP MARSH KITCHENS WILSON'S BARBER SHOP 181 Compliments DAVIS AND MARTIN FIRM of CAlVIPBELL'S WIGS Cgmplimentg MOTOR INN of RESTAURANT DELK IVIENDENHALL I-85 Thomasville, N.C. Daily Buffet HURLEY'S GROCERY 4401 South lVlain THOMASVILLE CHEVROLET, INC A 81 A TOYOTA SALES 320 South Main Street High Point, N.C. SCOTT GARTEN BUICK-RAIVIBLER ROYAL-O-APPARELL A Division of Consolidated Apparell Corporation High Point, N.C. WILLIAMS FLOWERS AND GIFTS 4018 South Main High Point, N.C. NATIONAL SPRINGS CORPORATION Thisjs why electric service bills were lower 30 years ago. 1 5 V f 53505771 V: O f ' N ' . fb , -:GD J! Then, Piedmontbarolinians used about one-tenth the electricity they do now as they enjoy over 160 appliances that contribute 'fo sarefree living. But today, for a home served by Duke Power, the average cost per kilowatt hour is about half what it was 30 years ago. That's why we say electricity is boday's biggest value. Duke Power aiygg, Compliments of AMOS HOSIERY MILLS, INC. Established 1916 High Point, North Carolina CASARD FURNITURE THE VAN-,IO CERAMIC AND GIFT SHOP 804 Old Thomasville Rd. 883-4514 Our service earns your confidence OLD DOMINION FREIGHT LINE 882-5547 Compliments of ROSES Portraits and Wedding Photographs EMERYWOOD STUDIO Photography by Florence South Hillcrest Place 888-4908 MELVIN VARIETY STORE We Carry Over 5000 Items 110 South lVIain St. Randleman, North Carolina LESTER'S ,IEWELERS 131 South Main 885-2251 PICKETT'S MEN'S SHOP Randleman, N.C. LYLE'S CHEVROLET High Point North Carolina COCA-COLA BOTTLING High Point, N.C. ROSE FURNITURE CO. 214 s. Elm si. High Point, N.c. Your Headquarters for Complete Home Furnishings PAR GAS INC. 1703 Bethel Avenue High Point, N.C. 883-1722 We deliver anywhere ARCHDALE SODA SHOP Archdale, N.C. B 81 H MANUFACTURING CO. 1430 Trinity Ave. High Point, N.C. Compliments of ECONOMY DRUG CO. ERWIN-LAMBETH, INC. Thomasville, N.C. 476-7751 CARROLUS BEAUTY SHOP Helen Carroll and Shirley Johnson l-85 Between Prospect and Old Thomasville Rd. ENGLISH RD. FABRIC CENTER 2108 English Rd. High Point, N.C. THOlVIASON,S FORD Quality Fabric at Reasonable Prices. Special Prices to Students and School Groups. i Compliments of SOUTHERN CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Compliments of DEALER NEILL PONTIAC INC Bobby Green High Point, N.C. Compliments of Compliments of SMITH AND SHORE OIL A FRIEND 187 Compliments of MRS. LESTER WHITE T-VILLE TELEVISION COMPANY Thomasville, N.C. Compliments of l-lENLEY'S STUDIO Southgate Shopping Center HILLIARD MOTOR COMPANY 122 Northeast Drive High Point, N.C. HARRIS MUSIC COMPANY ARCl-IDALE PRINTING COMPANY P.O. Box 4081 431-5310 Compliments of JOE BOULDlN'S AUTO SALES Compliments of CAROLINA SEATING COMPANY Compliments of BOB SPENCER TOWN 84 COUNTRY Southgate Shopping Center EDGAR LEWIS Commercial Artist 106 East Grimes 888-7115 ARMOUR INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS 2617 Uwharrie Road High Point, N.C. Compliments of CLYDE PEARSON INC. PURCELL SUPPLY COMPANY 725 W. Green Drive High Point, N.C. 27260 Tel. 88-21411 BY RD'S FOOD MARKET Compliments of ARCHDALE BARBER SHOP RODDEN FURNITURE Compliments of SUNNYDALE BEAUTY SHOP FULTON'S GROCERY WARD STORE C pliments of Gas-Oil-Groceries Om Trinity, N.C. TOEHA5 Phone 431-3044 Compliments of A FRIEND AMERICAN SUPPLY Compliments of Compliments of ROYALS INSURANCE AGENCY FLETCHER INSURANCE CO WMFR RADIO AM and FM FM-STEREO VICKERY CHAPEL ESSO Rt. 7, Greensboro FRIENDLY RESTAURANT 1700 English Rd. 883-2726 HOBBY CENTER DRIVING RANGE 2711 South Main High Point, N.C. Compliments of HESTER AND BROWN Groceries Compliments of SWAIM SUPPLY CO. Compliments of NATIONWIDE MUTUAL INS. Company Claims Service T AND H BARBEQUE SOUTH MAIN CROWN 930 South Main St. High Point, N.C. Compliments of RANDY HOWARD JO ANNA'S DRESS SHOPPE 132 South Main Street Randleman, North Carolina Ladies' Wear-Gift Items-Novelties ENGLISH ST. GULF SERVICE 2460 English Rd. High Point, N.C. For Rd. Service Call 882-2223 AUTO OIL COMPANY 933 South Main High Point, N.C. 885-2650 Compliments of MARTlN'S SIGN COMPANY Compliments of CHAIRTOWN FINANCE Thomasville, N.C. FOY'S GARAGE 1702 English Rd. 883-6926 HENDRICKS SUPERMARKET North Main Street Randleman, N.C. Compliments of EARL COX Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1970 MRS. GURNEY PEACE Compliments of ROLAND ALBERTSON ELLINGTON'S FLORIST STUTT'S MEN SHOP High Point, N.C. Compliments of MICHELLE BOWMAN GRIFFITH OFFICE SUPPLY High Point, N.C. Compliments of AL BOLINGS PIEDMONT ELECTRICAL SUPPLY High Point, N.C. Compliments of C. A. RIDGE HUNTER AND COMPANY High Point, N.C. ARCHDALE HARDWARE 3520 South Main Street Archdale, N.C. ARCHDALE MATTRESS CO. P.O. Box 4245 224 Trindale Rd. Archdale, N.C. Compliments of MRS. EMMA L. MOSS Compliments of A FRIEND WOOD'S GROCERY 4715 South Main Street High Point, N.C. Compliments of ARCHDALE ETNA "Charlie, Tiny, and Jerry" Not what he wishes and prays for does a man get, but what he justly earns. Names Allenl IVIRS, SHIRLEY JOHNSON COLLEGE VILLAGE BARBER SHOP High Point, N.C. FURNITURE CITY GULF High Point, N.C. Compliments of DICK MOORE LESTER CLARK REAL ESTATE GUILFORD OPTICAL High Point, N.C. Compliments of IVIR. AND IVIRS. W.J. PICKETT Compliments of GARY SANSERINO SARAH CECIL TRACY STALLARD Compliments of BRILEY FURNITURE CO. COLONIAL IVIOTOR INN I-85 and 70 By-Pass Thomasville, N.C. PAUL SIVIITH STUDIO 1242 South IVlain St. 885-2639 Compliments of AGEE'S UNIFORIVIS 825 N. Main High Point, N.C. Compliments of IVIRS. LINDA KENNERLY Compliments of IVIRS. A.S. RINEHARDT WOODCOE, INC. 2400 W. Green Dr. JACK HURT BODY SHOP 203 East Washington Drive High Point, N.C. 27260 CHINCHILLA ASSOCIATES OF AIVIERICA Compliments of EDDIE HERT, JR. OAKHILL BARBER SHOP 2108 English Rd. 883-6801 LAKEVVOOD PAR- 3 Golf Course 147 Old Thomasville Rd. High Point, N.C. G RAY'S JEWELRY Diamonds-Watches-Rings 431-2313 Compliments of W.A. DAVIS MILLING CO. SHEAR-MAG IC BEAUTY SALON 3204 S. Main 431-1215 Compliments of CAROLYN FABRICS. INC. SPENCER-PARLIER BROTHERS High Point, N.C. RBR MFG. CORP. 721 S. Hamilton St. 885-8712 Compliments of TUCKER'S GOOD FOOD MARKET CRAVER'S TV AND APPLIANCE English and Westchester Streets SEARS - ROE High Point, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. BUCK AND COMPANY SECREAST'S BEAUTY SALON 882-9621 ENGLISH TIRE COMPANY High Point, N.C. LIGGETT REXAL DRUG Compliments ot FCX CLOVERLEAF SUPERIVIARKET PRINCESS BEAUTY SALON Frances Frazier lVlARGARET'S ALTERATlONS 339 S. lVlain St. High Point, N.C. Compliments of GENE ANG EL U-WASH-lT LAUNDRY 1015 E. Green Dr. High Point, N.C. Compliments of THE DOG HOUSE CAFE ROCKET IVIOTORS, INC. 345 S. lVlain St. Jim Ward, Manager LEACH AND WAGNER GROCERIES Trinty, N.C. FlELD'S IVIEN STORE Thomasville, N.C. Compliments of PHILIP BROWER WILLIAMS GROCERY AND SERVICE 4225 S. Nlain Ext. ENGLISH ST. LAUNDRY 801 English Rd. 885-2241 KEARNS TENT AND AVVNING 2227 S. Main St. High Point, N.C. JARRETT'S STATIONERY High Point, N.C. Compliments of STAlVlEY'S JR. BARBECUE 908 S. lVlain St. High Point, N.C. THE YARD BOYS Rt. 3, Box 305-A 431-4302 High Point, N.C. Senior Directory- 1970 RICKY LEN ALLRED-Key Club 3. HUBERT EUGENE ANGEL-French Club 45 F.B.L.A. 3,45 A.V. Assistant 4. TERRY VANN AULTMAN-D.E.C.A. 3,45 Bus Driver 3,4. ALICE CATHERINE BAKER-Glee Club 15 F.H.A. 45 French Club 4. PHYLLIS FAYE BEAMON-Glee Club 15 Cheerleader 3,45 F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 F.B.L.A. 35 Monogram Club 45 Home- coming Committee 3,45 Store Worker 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3. RONALD LEE BEASLEY-J.V. Basket- ball 15 Bus Driver 2,3,45 F.F.A. l,2,3,4. PHILLIP O,NEAL BIGGS-D.E.C.A. 35 Intramural Sports l,2,3. SUSAN ELIZABETH BILES-F.B.L.A. 45 Miss Trinity Contest 3,4. BOBBIE LEIGH BOLES-F.H.A. 1,25 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 35 French Club 25 Jr. Play Cast 35 Beta Club 45 Student Council 3,45 Keyettes 2,3,45 Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,45 Monogram Club 3,45 Homecoming Committee 3,45 Sweet- heart Ball Representative 35 Store Worker 3. JERRY WAYNE BOLES-Football l,2,35 Track 25 D.E.C.A. 3,4. AUDREY ELAINE BOWMAN-Student Council 1,25 Beta Club 3,45 Annual Staff 4. MICHELLE JANETTE BOWMAN- F.T.A. 1,45 J.V. Basketball Manager 25 F.H.A. 35 D.E.C.A. 3,4. MICHAEL CRAIG BOYLES-D.E.C.A. 3,45 F.B.L.A. 2. CATHY SHARON BROWER-F.H.A. 1,25 Bus Driver 3,4. PHILIP NATHANIEL BROWER-Foot ball 3,4. DEBORAH JEAN BROWN-D.E.C.A. 4. VENSON LEROY BROWN-F.F.A. 45 D.E.C.A. 4. JOHNNIE MICHAEL BURROW-Bus Driver 15 F.B.L.A. 2,35 Key Club 45 In- tramural Sports l,2. DANNY ALLEN CAMPBELL-F.F.A. 1,2,31F.B.L.A. 4. TONY RAY CARTER-Band 1,25 Foot- ball 2,3,45 Monogram Club 2,3,45 French Club 35 D.E.C.A. Club 45 Jr. Play Cast 35 Track 2. RICKEY JAMES CASHATT-Monogram Club 2,3,45 French Club 3,45 Science Club 45 Baseball 2,3,45 Homeroom Officer 45 Junior Play Cast 3. SARAH ELIZABETH CECIL-F.H.A. l,2,35 Annual Staff 3,45 Editor 45 Beta Club 3,45 Keyettes 3,45 President 45 Stu- dent Council 25 Guidance Worker 3,45 Oftiee Worker 25 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 35 Jr. Play Promptor 35 Beta Club Float 3,45 French Club 3,45 Junior Marshal 3. WILDA CLYDE CHAPPELL-Beta Club 3,45 French Club 2,35 Student Council 45 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 35 Junior Marshal 3. ERMA JANE CLARK-Glee Club 1,2,45 Marketing 45 D.E.C.A. 4. SYLVIA ANN CLARK-F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Store Worker 35 Librarian Assistant 4. ROBERT PAUL COLLINS-F.B.L.A. 1,25 Band l,4. LARRY SPENCER COLTRAIN-Band 1,25 Intramural Sports 1,25 Monogram Club l,2. WILMA GAIL COLTRANE-F.H.A. 15 Library Assistant 4. JOE ARNOLD COMER-F.F.A. l,2,35 Bus Driver 35 D.E.C.A. 4. LARRY ROBERT COOK-F.F.A. 2,3,4. SHEILA JEAN COWARD-F.H.A. l,2,3,45 J.V. Cheerleader 15 F.B.L.A. l,2,3: D.E.C.A. 45 Homeroom Officer 2,45 President 25 Secretary 45 Varsity Cheerleader 25 Class Float 2,3,45 D.E.C.A. Float 4. WILLIAM EARL COX-D.E.C.A. 4. RANDALL CARL CRANFORD-Home room Officer 45 D.E.C.A. 45 Bus Driver 2,3. TIMOTHY DWAYNE CULLER-Band 1,2,3,45 Key Club 45 F.F.A. 3. WILLIAM MICHAEL CUNDIFF- D.E.C.A. 4. PATRICE SKEEN DALTON--F.H.A. 15 J.V. Cheerleader 15 F.B.L.A. 35 Historian 35 French Club 25 Keyettes 3,45 Varsity Cheerleader 2,35 D.E.C.A. 45 Secretary 45 Monogram Club 3,45 Homecoming 2. JAMES CARSON DAVIS-F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 Bus Driver 3,45 Baseball 2,3,45 Football 2,3,45 Monogram Club 2,3,4. DWIGHT NATHANIEL DAV'IS-Foot- ball 15 F.B.L.A. 35 Bulldog Tales Staff 45 Homeroom Officer 4. 195 LYNNE MARIE DAVIS-Band l,2,3,43 Treasurer 15 Glee Club 15 F.B.L.A. 45 French Club 2,3,45 Monogram Club 2,3,45 Annual Staff 35 Sweetheart Ball Representative 35 Senior Float Com- mitteeg Jr. Play Cast 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3. LINDA JOYCE DEATON-F.H.A. l,2,3,45 F.H.A. Pianist 25 Historian 3, Miss F.H.A. 35 F.H.A. County Pianist 25 County Vice-President 35 County Presi- dent 4. PHYLLIS ELAINE DUNLAP-French Club 2,35 F.B.L.A. 35 Student Council 4. SANDRA GAIL EVANS-D.E.C.A. 4. KATHRYN LEE FARLOW-French Club 45 Glee Club Aceompanist l,2,3,45 Beta Club 3,45 F.T.A. 45 J.V. Basketball 15 Varsity Basketball 3,45 Student Coun- cil 3,45 Monogram Club 3,4. CATHY SIMMONS FREEMAN-Band 1,25 F.H.A. 15 Glee Club 1. ROBERT PHILMORE FORESTER-Bus Driver 35 F.F.A. 3,4. VILMA IRENE FOX-D.E.C.A. 3. REBECCA LYNN FRYE-F.H.A. l,2,3,45 Treasurer 15 D.E.C.A. 3,45 Sec- retary 35 Class Float 1,2,3,45 Monogram Club 3,45 Homecoming 1,2,3,45 Basket- ball 2. CELESTE ELIZABETH GIBSON- Junior Marshal 35 Glee Club 1,25 French Club 2,3,45 Beta Club 3,45 Science Club 45 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 35 Library Assistant 3. RONNIE LEE GILL-Track 15 Bus Driver 2,3,45 Bus Club 3,4. WILLIAM JEFFERY GILLIS-Mono- gram Club 1,2,3,45 J.V. Football 15Var- sity Football 2,3,45 Baseball l,2,35 J.V. Basketball 15 Football Captain 3. SANDRA MARIE GORDON-F.H.A. 1,2,3,4. GLORIA ELAINE GRAVES-F.H.A. 45 French Club 4. RENEE LEE GURLEY-F.H.A. 15 French Club 2,35 Beta 3,45 Keyettes 2,3,45 Junior Marshal 3. RANDY CARL HACKADAY-Student Council 45 President 45 School Reporter 4. BRENDA LEE HALL-Student Council 1,35 Talent Show 2,3,45 F.B.L.A. 2,35 Vice-President 35 J .V. Cheerleader 25 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 35 Glee Club 1,45 Class Float 3,45 Monogram Club 3,45 Basketball Manager 3,4. DAVID EUGENE HARVELL-F.B.L.A. 35 Office Worker 2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 French Club 4. CATHERINE MARIE HAUSER -French Club 2,35 F.B.L.A. 3,45 Beta Club 45 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3. 1970 EDDIE HERT, JR.-Bus Driver 3,43 Track 23 Key Club 4. DARRELL HERMAN HILL4Beta Club 2,3343 President 43 Monogram Club 2,3,4g Science Club 43 Junior Marshal 33 Student Council 2,3,43 Football 1,2343 Annual Staff 3343 Sports Editor 43 Junior Play Cast 33 French Club 23 J .V. Basket- ball I3 Basketball Statistician 2,3,4. EDDIE GENE HILL-F.F.A. 2,3,43 D.E.C.A. 4. KYLE GENE HILL-Key Club 43 F.B.L.A. 43 Art Club 4. PAMELA MARIE HILL-F.H.A. l,2,3,43 French Club 33 Student Council 33Class Officer 2. THOMAS GLENN HILLIARD-Bus Driver 3,43 Bus Club 3343 F.F.A. 2,3,4. KATHY LYNN HOBSON-F.B.L.A. 3,43 Cheerleader l,2,3,43 Glee Club l,2,33 Homeroom Representative I,2,3. GLORIA LYNN HOLMES4Glee Club 1g F.H.A. 4. BRENDA GAIL HOOPEReF.B.L.A. 4. RANDY MELVIN HOWARD-Golf Team l,2,3,43 Key Club 3,43 Monogram Club 2,3,43 Annual Staff 3,4. BRADLEY CLARK HURLEYAM0no- gram Club l,2,3,43 Student Council 13 Varsity Football l,2,33 J.V. Basketball 13 Varsity Basketball 2,3,43 Varsity Base- ball 1,233,43 Track 23 Annual Staff 2,3,4. BARBARA JEAN INGRAM-French Club 43 Art Club 4. DENNIS RAY JERNIGAN-F.F.A. 4. RHONDA LEE JOHNSON-Home coming Attendant l,3,43 Homecoming Queen 43 Student Council 1,43 Key Club Sweetheart 23 Keyettes 2,3,43 Class Float 2,3,43 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 33 French Club 3,43 Monogram Club 3,43 Varsity Cheerleader 233,43 Chief 43 J.V. Cheer- leader lg Sweetheart Ball Representative 33 Miss Trinity Contest 1,2343 Class Officer 2,43 Class Favorite 2,4. WAYNE ANDERSON JOHNSON-J.V. Basketball 23 French Club 3,43 Mono- gram Club 3,43 Key Club 43 Service Club 43 Varsity Football 3,43 Varsity Basket- ball 4. DONNA MARIE JONES-F.H.A. l,2,3,4. RUTH ANNE KENNEDY-F.B.L.A. 3. NELL JANE KEYMD.E.C.A. 43 F.B.L.A. 4. GARY ANDREW KING-Varsity Foot- ball l,2,3,43 Basketball 233,43 Baseball 13 Golf 2,3,43 Student Council 13 Mono- gram Club l,2,3,43 Beta Club 33 French Club 3. SUSAN BETH LAMBETH-Varsity Bas- ketball l,2,3,43 Band 13 French Club 33 Monogram Club l,2,3,43 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 33 J r. Play Cast 33 Class Float 2,3,43 Annual Staff 2. VIKI GAIL LEWALLEN-F.H.A. 2,33 F.B.L.A. 3,43 Guidance Worker 2. ROBERT MICHAEL LOHR-Varsity Football 233343 Basketball 2,3343 Mono- gram Club 2,3343 Student Council I. GLENDA ELAINE MARION-Varsity Basketball l,2,3,43 Monogram Club l,2,3,43 F.T.A. 43 Keyettes 2,3,43 Stu- dent Council 23 Secretary 23 Class Officer 13 Homeroom Officer 13 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 33 Jr. Play Make-up 33 Class Float 2,3,4. EARL ANDREW McCALL-D.E.C.A. 43 F.F.A. 2,3. NANCY YVONNE McELHANNONH Homeroom Officer 43 F.H.A. 2,3,43 Glee Club l,2,3,43 Homecoming Attendant 2. SARA LOU McGEE4F.H.A. l,2,3,43 Class Float 2,3,43 J.V. Cheerleader 23 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3. PATRICIA GAIL McKINNEY4Major- ette 1,2343 Glee Club l,3,43 F.H.A. 1. RICHARD CONRAD MELTON-F.F.A. 2,3,43 Monogram Club 2,3343 Golf 2,3,4. CAROLYN JANE MICKEY4Keyettes 2,3,43 Beta Club 43 Annual Staff 233343 F.B.L.A. I3 J.V. Cheerleader 23 French Club 2,3,43 Accreditation Committee 33 Homecoming Attendant 3,43 Class Officer 33 Secretary 33 Manager of Girls Varsity Basketball Team 3343 Homeroom Officer 33 Hostess Jr.-Sr. Prom 23 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3. , 1, g k .3 .3 S5533- EMILY LEE NELSON4French Club 43 F.B.L.A. 43 Library Assistant 43 Student Council 33 Homecoming Committee 33 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 33 Class Float 43 Annual Staff 43 Follies 23 Keyettes 43 Glee Club l,2,3,4. 196 DRUCILLA DEANE OAKLEY-J.V. Basketball 13 Student Council 2,43 F.B.L.A. 33 Treasurer 3. PEGGY ANN OWENS-F.H.A. I,2,3. CHARLENE RUTH PARRIS-F.B.L.A. 2,33 Beta Club 3,43 School Paper 3. JOHN MAXION PARRISH-Jr.-Student Council 43 Science Club 43 Treasurer 43 Varsity Football 2,3,43 Captain 43 Mono- gram Club 2,3,43 French Club 3343 Beta Club 3,4. ROGER DALE PEACE-F.F.A. l,2,3,4. LINDSAY GRAY PEELE4Jr.-F.F.A. 2,3,4. CAROL JEAN PHILLIPS-D.E.C.A. 4. VICKIE GAYLE POWELL-F.H.A. l,2,3,43 F.H.A. Officer 1,2,3,43Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee '33 Sweetheart Ball Representative 33 Miss Trinity Contest 2,3,43 Glee Club 3,43 Office Assistant 1,43 Homeroom Officer 13 Accreditation Committee 3,4. SHIRLEY DEAN PRICE-Glee Club 23 Library Club 23 D.E.C.A. 4. KAY MAULDIN PUGH-Glee Club 134 J.V. Cheerleader 23 F.T.A. 23 Homeroom Officer 23 F.B.L.A. 2,33 Miss Trinity Contest 23 Annual Staff 3,4. JOE DON RAINES-Homeroom Officer I3 Key Club 3,4g Student Council 33 French Club 2,33 Key Club Officer 4. VICKIE COX RANDALL-Glee Club 2,3,43 D.E.C.A. 4. WILLIAM JOE REDDICK-Monogram Club 2,3,43 Key Club 3,43 French Club 2,33 Track Team l,2,3,4. BRENDA ANN REYNOLDS4F.B.L.A. 3. r JUDITH ANN RHYNE-F.H.A. 1: De- bating Team 23 Library Club 43 Art Club . 4. KAREN ELIZABETH RIDGE-F.T.A. 13 D.E.C.A. 33 Store Worker 2,33 Library, Assistant 43 Library Club 4. GUY ELDER ROYALS, JR.-F.B.L.A. 3,43 F.F.A. 4. HAROLD CARVEN RUSH-Varsity Football 2,3,43 F.F.A. 1,3. MARY DOREEN RUSH-Beta Club 43 Journalism Staff 4. FRANKIE MAXINE RUSH-Journalism 4. REBECCA SCOTTON-Glee Club 23 F.H.A. 43 Journalism Staff 43 French Club 4. DANIEL VERNON SHAW-D.E.C.A. 3,43 Bus Driver 43 F.F.A. 233. ROBERT EARL SHERRILL, JR.4Bus Driver 3,43 F.F.A. I,2,3. VICKIE DIANE SIMPSON4F.H.A. l,2,3,4. MICHAEL DAVIS SKEEN4F.F.A. ll D.E.C.A. 334. SARA LOU SKEEN-F.H.A. l,2,3,43 F.T.A. 2,33 Journalism Staff 43 J.V. Bas- ketball l,23 Majorette 2,3,43 Monogram' Club 2,33 Office Worker 2,3,4. BRENDA DARLENE SMlTH4Float Committee l3 Glee Club 13 Journalism Staff 43 Student Council l3J1'. Classical League l,2. JANIE LOU SMITH-J.V. Basketball I3 F.H.A. l,2,3,43 Keyettes 3,43 F.B.L.A. 33 Student Council 23 Class Officer 2,43 Secretary 2,4. DEBORAH LYNN SPENCER-F.H.A. 1,23 French Club 2,3. RUTH ANNE STONE-F.H.A. l,2,3,4: Beta Club 2,3,43 Keycttcs 2,3,43 F.B.L.A. 33 Class Officer 3g Treasurer 3. TERRY JAMES SUGGS-D.E.C.A. 3,41 Officer 3,4. MICHAEL LAWING SWAIM-J.V. Bas- ketball 23 Varsity Basketball 3,43 Annual Staff 3,43 Sports Editor 33 Business Man- ager 4. DAVID MADISON TAYLOR-Golf Team l,2,3,43 F.B.L.A. 23 French Club 23 Monogram Club 1,2,3,4g Key Club 3,43 Secretary 33 President 43 Student Council 3,43 Jr. Play Cast 33 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3. CHARLOTTE ANN TEAL-Class Float l,2,3,43 F.H.A. 13 F.B.L.A. 43 F.T.A. 33 Glee Club 13 Office Worker 33 J.V. Bas- ketball l,2g Statistician 2. ROBERT CHARLES THOMAS-Flag Bearer for Band lg Class Float 2,33 Base- ball l3 Science Club 43 Varsity Football 23 Monogram Club 2,3,43 Basketball Manager 2. JERRY RANDALL TOWERY-Mono- gram Club l,2,3,4Q Bus Driver 3: F.F.A. 33 D.E.C.A. 4. TERESA CLINTON TRIVETTE- F.H.A. l,2,3L F.T.A. 3,43 President 43 Annual Staff 2,3,43 Glee Club l,2,3,43 Jr. Play Cast 33 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 33 Class Float 3,43 Keyettes 43 Sciencc Club 43 French Club 3,43 Guidance Wor- ker 4. RICHARD LEE TROTTER-F.F.A. 2,31 D.E.C.A. 43 Vice-President 4. RANDALL ARNOLD UNDERWOODf Baseball 2,3,43 Key Club 2,3,43 Vice- President 3,43 Beta Club 3,43 Student Council 2,33 Vice-President 33 Class Officer 2,3,43 Vice-President 23 President 3,43 District Beta Club President 43 Homeroom Officer 1,2,3Q French Club 3,43 President 43 Class Float 1,2,3,4Q Monogram Club 2,3,43 Jr.-Sr. Prom Com- mittee 33 Junior Marshal 3. REBECCA SUE VAUGHN-Glee Club 1: F.H.A. 2,3,43 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3: F.T.A. 43 Annual Staff 2. TIMOTHY DOUGLAS WARE-D.E.C.A. 4. NANCY ELLEN WELBORN-Beta Club 3,43 Junior Marshal 3. STEPHEN SHELBY WELBORN-De- bate Team 33 Key Club 2,3,43 Home- room Officer 3,43 Class Officer l,2,3: Glee Club 2,3,43 F.B.L.A. 4. FRANCIS KEITH WHITE-French Club 23 Key Club 3,4. STEPHEN LOWE WHITEAKey Club 3. LINDA JO WILLIAMS-Monogram Club 1,2,3,43 Student Council 1,23 Varsity Basketball l,2,3,43 Bus Driver 3,43 Spanish Club l,2. HAROLD JOE WISE, JR.-Class Float 2,3,43 Class Officer 43 Vice-President 43 Key Club 3,43 Student Council 3,42 Homecoming Committee 3,43 French Club 33 Annual Staff 43 Business Man- ager 43 Homeroom Officer 2,33 Talent Show 2,3,43 Follies 2,3,43 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3. BRENDA KAY WOODELL4F.H.A. 1,2,3,4Q Annual Staff 23 F.B.L.A. 43 President 43 F.T.A. 2,3,43 Glee Club 1,2,33 Class Float 2,3,43 Jr. Play Com- mittee 3. TONI AMARYLLIS WORRELL-F.H.A. 1,2,3,4Q Gall Festival 13 Store Worker l,2,33 Library Assistant 43 Library Club 4. GARY RANDALL YORK-AMonogram Club l,2,3,4: Basketball 2,3,43 Baseball l,2,3,4Q Class Officer I3 President l:J.V. Football 13 J.V. Basketball l3Class Float 3,43 Intramural Sports l,2,4Q Most Val- uable Player in Baseball and Basketball 33 All Conference in Basketball 3. 197 1,5 X' 1 5 .zz . , .x, . 5 5 '. f 2 Q Z '-f f, J .. ri? IAQ 4 . 64 if . 411.5 J' I Y Gone forever-another year in the brief span of youth has slipped away-a year has ended. The foundation has been completedg high school life, from the building of freshmen to seniors, is so very soon left behind, and along with it, we leave a part of ourselves. The study, the pleasures of friendship, the excitementvall blur into memory, but the foundation remains, as strong as the pillars which support our buildings. Appreciation in producing this yearbook goes to the annual staff, to their parents for their under- standing and patience, to our principal, Mr. J. Rayford Coggins, and the faculty for their support and cooperation, and to our advertisers for their support. To Mr. A. Dillard Hiatt goes our apprecia- tion for his advice and assistance. Mr. C. F. Boswell, photographer, Mrs. Jo Walker, art con- sultant, Mr. Harris Hudson, photographer, also contributed to our book. We have attempted to portray in the 1970 TRINHIAN all the events and occurances which have been a part in laying the foundation for the future. The foundation has been laid, and now, we shall remember . . . moments of joy . . . being a part of, a person, a team, a school.,.Trinity Senior High School, 1970. FOUNDA TIONS blocks . . . glass . . . bricks . . . and more . . . the students ot TRINITY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL . . . planning . . . dreaming . . . asking questions . . . seeking answers . . . competing . . . developing skills . . . leading. . . following . . . guiding. . . honoring . . . building to the final goal ot knowledge . . . lim..- wanseon-salem HUNTER PUBLISHING COMPANY I North Carolina ED GOLDSTON, SILER CITY, N. C.


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