Trinity High School - Trinhian Yearbook (Trinity, NC)

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Krllrh' McDoweff junior - Da vid Shore .Yfacy -gwzcf Harfwe junior Thornpxon .rpm Edifor lmffgf 2 Marfhead J' f 7, ,mf M efiffa H ophinx Sophomore if . , -, F1 HO Snapshofs is fhe Hle :gt fhe opening secfion cj fhis year's,j5Zfrinhian. Snapshofs is reflecfeci fhroughouf fhe opening secficin in a varieiyw ways. Focus, fhe iheme offhe 1334-I5 Trinhian, is used in fhis opening. All of fhe ideas Focus cm presenffads, music, ana' fashions as well as lgce- siyles, recreafional acfiviiies andfoocls. Lgce af Tnnify High 5 chool is fhefirsfidea offhe opening secfion. If cleals wifh fhe cfgyerenf groups af school Flesh is fhe next' layoui If deals wh'h legs as well as ofher paris of fhe hody which are observed and abused' foo frequenfly. Following Flesh is Breahafancing. If is ihe new dance craze seen and heard on music videos, commercials, ancl sidewakn Fashion deals Wlfh ihe wild clofh- ing of focfay, including checherhoarcl shoes as well as jelQ shoes. The fan' layout' deals wiih fhe looks of feenagers ana' people of foday. Survey, fhe nexf reveals musicffijalols. One secfign discusses pkces. Sincetfimosf juniors and seniors drive fo schooh one secfion devofes Hselffo fhe 'busy Trinify freeway. Being ihe I 9A'0's, a sedion .dresses fhe role of women in sporfs. Final- Q, las'f6u1LsureQ noi leash ishomecoming week including ihegpowder psy? This complegfes fhe opening secfion -- fhe showcase of fhe 1935 Trinhian. 49 I' aeg 22 ' L - T 2 f M 'wrl s i in .4 Opening .Sedion 3 00 . li ki N? 2 44.133 fe fi 3 ...nn Qi Wu. J 1 4-uv lgx ,pi dn, -um. Q 2 5.3-ft 'ia W.,..w-nil!! irllfkbffi wann- 7 1 Ag' . , 2. 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Q it Y if, ' 3 e U 2 'fe If he fir 'M - Chrirly VonCannon hafe: her broken leg bufxhe fave: flue affenfion. - 1 Pam .vhowx what' :he H1l,l1k.f ofa broken Wfld I ,S Richard Brown show: hixflerh buf even more hir .rkillr af a 71 H. 5 . xoccer game 4, as Y -1 Anneffe NeaL Kim Harrison, and Caffxy Loffn inspire flue fan: and ine fooioalf fearn wiifx MEI? cheer: ana' Meir legs. Q Q' il 5 3 , f W 1, m g 5 Tl' ff F K , 4? A' f' f ' . i Ao.e,i k e Q .. A if o w? L . f f' ' f - ' 1 : 5 if - i of f 'QA 04576 i Igqflgi-?,494lijbddpQ1?o b ' 'fr 4471 fz ' ' ' 4 ,6,'?1k,y qhdfr lffewpor ' L'724e Qi-,f Ja Ae rpife her m1.gforI'une, Debbie Morrlx maunfaln: :py perronalify and a happy-go-lucky aHifua'e. Flesh 9 1 if ,,i+1 44,31 'Ki i 4'K 'K K K f'+1 41K it 44 ii ,KK if if +44 +44 '44 +44 "1gt'4-44 1111-r44 -tk., +1ii+1 444 if If J if 444 444 444 444 +1 it 444 +1tt444 +11 +1 +1 4 4 4 if +1 4 +1 4 +1 +1 +1 4 4 4 4 +1 44 11 4 : 4445+144 Kiiifii X +144 4444444 4444444 tk'-+1444 itil '+1" fi 4' +1 44 44 44 44 if 44 -K if yi 'K '44 444 '44 iii I +1 I +1 4 44 4, 44 if +1 K 4 4 4 4 i K 44 44 '44 K if 4 4 4 4 4 4 Ki 44 44 K 4 4 11 4 44 4 jAM-X fakes pride in ifs unique sfyfe of oreahing. Members are Brenf Norjqeef, .Sfeve Laing, Kevin Cranford and Mark ' ByerQ ii K4ki'K, K K f 4 1+t 4 1 4 1' ir 4 ir 1 4 if 1+ + Y 1+ 4 1+ Q 1+ 1+ 1+ . 1 'A' 1, 1+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 4 1+ 1+ Q 1+ 4 1+ 1+ t 1+ 4, +, 1+ 4 '1+t41+t'1+t fi' it "1+t4, 1, 1+ 1+ Y 1+ 4 4 4' 1+ 1+ if Y 1+ 4 'A' i' if 1, if i' 1,4 ,ki iv. ii 111 it jr ic, 1,i-44 ' Y 4' 'k+14 +14 Q' +14 if 4441K K if K if K 4 i' +1 ,, if ,, if 44 if if if +1 Q' +1 4 if +1 +1,,f+1 4K 'Kt44 I 0 Breahcfancing if K 'K ' 'K Ki Ki If was new and if was hoff If was Breahdancing. Siu- fi ii fi '11 cfenfs af Trinify High were caughf ryllfkliigu, 'lbolblblngn andki it if if "B-bopplngn. The 7934-X5 schoof year was a bme for if if fr BREAKIN. ln hefween chzsses sfucfenfs were caughfmov- i yi if ing and shahlng in ways which couH nof be described ' yi if if During fhe faff of 1984, Trinhy High hosfed iwoki if K fi breahcfanclng confesfs. jAM-X won ihe Trinify High, 'K if if K Homecoming Breahdance Confeslf Cofd-Crush Crewi if 'kt it phzced second in fhe Trinily High Band Boosfer Confesh if if '1' ir 'I' No one can predicf fhe fengfh which Breahdancingky if ti it wiff remain popufar. For many peolbfe, if was a fad' fo 41, it if ehminafe boredom and fo rfay ouf of froufnfe. Buffor it it 41, many sfucfenfs ai' Trinhy High, if was a means fo Y 1' it BREAK OLlTfrom school i ir , It 11 if i 1 14 4 +I The Cofd Crush Crew, johnfhan Rorie, BIYQ Lucas, Dee Brown, Mi'he Neefey and K Marcus McCoy, waiffor fheir furn fo sfruf fheir r11,g94affhe Homecoming Breahdancel- I Confedi 4 f 4 4 +1 ,,, 4 i 1, 44 K 4 X +1 4 4 +1 1.4.4 4 1 1+ 1+ 1+ ' 1+ 4' 1 4' 5+ 1+ 1+ 144 41" 43' +I' if t4 if t"1+ if tr! fi if 41" 441 if t"1+ t"1+t"1+ if t"1+n +1 4' 1+ 1+ 1+ 1+ +1 ,. +1 4' +1 1+ ,f 1+ 1+ +1 4' 1+ 1+ 1+ 4 1+ 4' 41 +1 4' +1 1+ ,Q 1+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 4' 41 ,K 41 4' 41 1+ ir 1+ 1+ 4' 4 jr 1+ 4' f ,K i f i jr i, 1k 4 1+ 1+ 1+ 1+ +1 4' 1. 1+ f, 1+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 4' 4' 1+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1+t 4t if ,,4'i+1 43, 1+t 43, 1+ +1 ,,4' +1 4, 1+ '1+ "' 4' 4' 1+ if 1+ ti 'ki if +I ff 4f 11141 4.441 14,441 444' ,14.44K 1+1+'+,+ 1+1+ 4' 444i 4444! 1+1+1+ 4' +1+1+1+'+4' -1+1+1+'+4' +g.4',g,4i 1+1+1+1+44' 44' 441+4,+tk 4 4 4 4 4 4't if 4' "' 11+ if ,I a1 41 lf 'I' 'A' t4 4' -lr ir 4' 'k 'k f 4' 4' 4' +1 1+ iri 'ki 4' 44 4' 4' 11" 1+ fk 41+ 1+ 11 k4'11'1+ i4 i4 -n11+ t4 41+ 1+ F D99 1+ 4' +1 ref!!-hon of Joes W1 infer? Brvwn +1 iii 4' +1 fi 4' +1 4' 4 ir 11- if +1 4' 1+ +1 1+ fi 143' fi +1 'Q 1+ if 44? if Q 4, 4' +1 1+ if if +1 1+"1+1+"' +f'+1""'4'1+,'+1,'4' if if if if if if 44 44' if +14 43" 1+ 1+ 41 41 it it it 'ft' ,ki if if 4 qk if ii' i if Breafcajancing I I s s 'N-. Z if is 1 1 2 'M-.W IN , ...Nw J, V if 'M' ,f 'x, if 1 I intl' -W . ,3 fy f , , fy ' , f m - f f f ff I' 4 Fair . 7 M qt, .. f V I , f , Sfelbpfng omff The .fhoer mahe fha OMIQLIYZ I I ' The Raf-faif Lv a new hairnyfe af Trinilfy. Andy Bayfe: and Micheffe Barney are Lira Lopp, HofQ Sfephenwn and Befh jurf fwo of fhe many rfudenfr wha have McDonafd :how fheir Buhbed haircuf: r'hLr lype of halicmf foundfrequenffy on Trini1y'Jfa.rhionaHe girlr. - r '1 A facie Frazier has a rafher Mrge cof- ecfion of music pins which display ,bic- res of her favorife roch sfars. lull JA6'5Lu,..4:.u V Randi Mofes is weii hnown on fhe Trini campus or her unique fasfe in eweiry and her originalway o wear ing if ly 7. i, Q nf- Th!lHA'4fY.!'choof y!zr oroug! abouf many new fads af Triniiy High School A common siqhf on campus was giris wearing fwisf beads and wooden nechiaces which are fong ear- rings Ilifnlhf fo Gish-hooks." Gays and giris aff wore many infererling iypes of shoes. jeiQ shoes were definifeQ "in sfyieu, on fhe campus af Triniiy High. Parachufe panfs were an imporfanf parf of fhe fashion fad af Trinizy Sfu- denfs ofaif shapes and sizes wore fhese everyday. Aff schoofs have fheir own fads buf fhere is no ofher fad iihe a niceQ dressed sfudenf H - l Z en Sheifon and Lafonja Burris modefsome o he fafesi' fashions found on fhe Trinify amlbus. V C, f "K XV! vi Kim Carfer modeis fhe MTV fooh which is popukzr af Trinify Mn year. - - Fads I5 I6 Survey Kim Orbarn gaze: af her rock idof: whife eafing ana' alrlhkmg 'Wie nlghf away. ROCK ON Tina Turner if hefd Ly one of her fQVUfl1'2 fam, Adrienne Rush. wg, Vx.. ,u':fff.' UMW ' A, Q 'ffi fl- 9 ' 1 ma- PN f' uw ,v gf aw ,? aio ln Oclober, a survey was laken by llue yearbook slajjl lo delermine sludenls' favorile rock groups and male and female idols. Tlue ballols were counled and flue purple man luimsef Prince won overwluelmin-gy Second lo Prince were suclurock slars as Bilgf Idol, Hank Wilbams jr. and Rick Springfield. In flue calegory of rock groups, Van Halen, ZZ Top, Rall, Molley Crue, Huey Lewis and llue News, Duran Duran and Alabama look lop luonors. Tluefemale rock idols were Madonna and Slueena Easlon. OveralL flue Top I0 musi- cians were Prince, Van Halen, BiQ ldob ZZ Top, Hank Wilbams jr., Ralh Duran Duran, Alabama, Huey Lewis and flue + News and M alley Crue. One surprise of Mr! ll flue survey was flue absence ofMicluael X jackson and Cullure Club. If wasn'l llueir year because 1385 belonged It soleQ lo flue purple rainmaker A Prince. Tluus, some groups . "Rocked-Of' wluile olluers XS V 5' ' K "flocked On". K is - u-. 'am -+35 5.5.1 HIM? Y N If - , 7 , yy 4 ff 6175175 . Kg, 0 f MQW K .5 P5 to WV' u uw' , 6 which a 7-A . , 4, decide on bile AVG TH! md 0 - . V Palladino' Lining choices e drawwhg refaijlrmrfeqky Mei? ,par Survey I 7 filo Q 1544 e jeff! are aff Thaw III HOTTO GO llllllllllll A favorife freaffor Triniiy High ffucfenff IPI eafing af Pizza inn before and affer lvaffqamef or wifn fnaf fpeciaffrienci. Hllllllllillll Gocifaiizeryf Inf a favorife eafing pface for ffm- denff. Deep pan pizza III fneir number one HIIHIIIJIIII Pizza wa: a favorife food for Trin- ify Hign rfucfenfr in 1935. lf war a greaf way fo gef fogefner wifn friencix or rehfive: and fo a'i3'cm5 .rcnool Many dudenff were camgnf eaf- ing pan, fnin, exfra fnin, and every- bociykfavorife, fnick and chewy piz- za. Trie farfe wax cieficiom, buf if was aim an excme fo rnee1Lfri'enci,f. Many rhficienff vififed .fir Pizza, Gocffaiilerk, Pizza Inn, and Domi- n0'J on fne weekendr. Domincfr, fne new guy on H12 Hack, even debvereci fo ine homer of many rfucienfr. Tizm, eafing a pizza wax afavor- ife occurrence ofany ffmalenf If wax "Hof fo Gow and one of fnefavorife faffe freak in fne worfci. IHIIIHIHIIIIIIIIIII IJ' Pizza PQZCEI X P f p ff A f ff gfxff lg .Wd fffkefupfu-1yanf!par'f1'ef Illllllllllllllllllill Shffdenfr enjoy ffze fUf'1VEI'1l'EHC6 affree Ibizzfz deffvary by D f Gow Illlllllllllllllllllllll PIAZZLZ Ffa I9 Affer school, many rfudenfs hope fo find fhaf "che bed no surprise." D I oh mrprise L Co VYYy,Q ha G af . fr- or on ahrcgverl Ma ffh lend E fe Hfzvx few . lfmrrg, U a Wa ma I 'Y J NS pub, 20 p"'k"1s Loc Q D QV-xx Affer school, beah fha crowd r fo work. Chad McDowellgefs lucky and sfvdenh rush home o Pvffyagfgfef a' ffjg, ,q8ff f Um 966665 6332 q!W7'W fhe Q1 . ay. Affr, gm Af fhe I93'4fJ'5 fchoofyear progreffed, a farger number of ffudenff drove fheir :arf fo Jchoof. Thif increafe in fhe number of cars on fhe cam- pur of Trinify High creafed a major problem and if became one of fhe morf confroverriaf fopicf of fhe year. To provide adequafe Jpace for junior: and Jeniorf, fhe fopho- moref were nof affowed fo parh on fhe rchoof groundf. This provided fome ad- difionaf parking Jpacer, buf diff nof enough room for aff offhe driving du- denb. Mr. jimmie Burchefle was in charge offhe parking fofandhe hepf ffricf guidebne: for parking af fhe Jchool Cofored rficherr were ir- Juedfor rfudenfr and feacherf. Orange rficher: were given fo juniorr, Hue one: for fhe Je- niorf, and whife rhkherffor fhe facufiy. The parking 55 lefjf ends .5A 6 He 0108 J' 1'0" Pa ah. YL: ng' flu jeff 016 63,5 .rifuafion remained a probfem for aff for fhe 7984-K5 Jchoof year. The oddf were againrf fhe ffudenff. Bl-an Col ! Parhing Lof 21 NO - - . ' . - E' DOES 17' B E7-TER! D 011 I vqf-fig? Gy! .rfyggof , Qjblzyfqle e-y,-UQ lf? 7- HJ BJ-If 11 -rl pwlar In Poe pasl, soflball and baskefball were two po sporls for women aFr1le'fes af Trinity High. The aichlefic depafivvlenf received lii-lle swpporl from female gkwdenfs and in reiwnyoang ladies gave little of Their abiliiies io ihe I abnlefic depa,ftvY'enf. Males dominafed the spofls of fooff ball, bashefball, and baseball. Today, the female abolefic program is more svipporfed by Pcs school and female gkwdenfs. Nafwralialenfs of We girls and an experienced coaching slaff aJcTriniiy has creaied a winning program for women aihlefes. Female givfdenfs a ' ' arlicipvffed ihis year in cross country, volleyball, and soflball. They made an impressive ' ' -the Nofkll Piedmonf Confer ' ated other feams in in volley spe Trindy p ll, back, ' ' High in s domin d ially baskeffba howing for Trini-ty Q'Figh'dng" Bulldog ch, soflball an s ence. The fthe conference in Jda -I 1-I -I TH 5 Cl'0I5 Counfy 64m Dam 5 urckhaffer finiyh IL ex H16 final mile for H1 e 22 Wom e n ln Spank I Ml'fb'e RMI!! paver ffze way for femafe afldefef in roccer. PM R45 A 4 Uh VM c cz"HPfof1.rA4b I9zZ6Q0Qy6qg!feqm I I Nong Hgdm Pffef ,ggejghqf I om' Cyhf ,bwhf fo I ld erehfe' H107 ,546 1 7-Efgfq 79066 Q 157' IPHIA I -l--- P fy ,Z eff . 4 P1 P shof dwrmg 3 Jf'fffJ9hqZjZ1l:ffZe4fff41pf A .MWA qc . ,7 Upeff ' for 61 I l of Kennedybiigfball Season LQAN7 for H49 rdfhae 'Z Women ln fpafff 23 ln Dea'icaz'1'0n To Mrs. Grace Burfon A Devofecf Chrlrflan An A Decficafeaf 5 e cre fary : ln Sepfem er e xenlor dar: of 1935 proua'Q cfecflcafea' fhe 7935 6411119011 of fhe Trlnhlan fo Mrx Grace Burfvn Through her an"h lh Goa' and equafQ fhrough her pleaxlng permnab Mr: Burfon exfencfea' many .rrrufex fo fhe rfucfenf: af Trlnl Hlg If foah a unique ,berxon fo be a Mr.r Burfon waxjurf such 0 person Her many year: o ser wce fo TH5 made each clay more efyoyable for fhe facuhy rfa ana' .rfucfenfx af fhe .rchaof Thur If was nafxurprmng fo .ree Mrs Grace Burfon receive ded! caiwn The Trlnhlan .Ha can grafufafe: Mr: Grace Burfon or her .refecfmnfor 1985 a'ea'1ca on f . . o . . 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K iw ag ' ff' My Y N J my I I L ' , Dedicafion 25 3 I FLUFF TURNS I TOUGH I I I I I I I I If I I I I I I I I f 'ffiw g",A. :I l I ,f1M. I I Tonya Brim darker for cz firrf dawn during ffm flrff Hay MJ Cindy Roberff CJIICMIJQJ' ffm rlfuafvan Wlfh Donna Tczyfor. Mr, Renee Croker wafchef HHXIIUMJQ ar her feczm execufer anuffler drive. 1 I as 1 A yi: 1 A, I Q? I gl "" A wg xx R' 1 N I x 1 ' 1 1 A , f ' ' Q 1 1f 1 Q ' 1 1 1 , ' 1 Il IIN I 3 l I f ,I l . A A , . U ll 11111111111 ll llllllllllllll 1 Powder Puff Game ,, . i ., L., , W , yy ...W .. y, ! W , , N . W. y, On Tuesday Ocfooer 2, 1934, Trinizy High l . ,.,, KQL, ,,1, . . . ,i, . N . ,, . . ,, ,, .. . . .. .. s .. .,., . b an ' f ' is T' T f '1 an-in "- T !! H -H T v hefd ifs Powder Publ Game Lrefween fhe I freshmenjuniors feam, coached Lvy Ms. 5 Renee Croher, and fhe sophomores-seniors 5 squad, coached by Ms. Cindy Roberfs. if was 5 a very excifing confesfas fhefreshmenjuniors I feam won fhe game 42- 14. I During hahclime, fhe 1934-X5 Powder Puff - . ' Y Foofoaff Queen was crowned. The Home- coming Courf incfuded represenfafives from afffour cfasses. The Senior Courf consisfed of VViLfiam . .wdmwiww McCoy - Princess, escorfed by Gia Sioeni' . Todd Paffon, escorfed by Chrisiy VonCannon,' - r f y jerry Simmons, escorfed oy Kim Hafh and Roherf Branson, escorfed by Ginger Bryson. The junior Courf consisfed D. Goforfh I - Princess, escorfed Lfy Chrirfy Smifh, Chuch l Tanner, escoffed oy Laura Burnef1Le,' Scoff 5 ' M is- jennings, escorfed by Teresa MoHey,'andPauL I 'T M ' 'T Sfewarf, escoffed by Lisa Huni I Denise .Yihes receives fhe handojyfor anofher 615 gainfor fhefreshmenjuniors The Sophomore Comrf I-ncfuded Lanie I Timm' McCaLL -- Princess, escorfed Lvy jaimee Shzughferf Chris Rosen- I Lnaum, escorfed hy jeri Price, Pauf Game, escorfed by Amoer I Goforih, and Scoff Granf, escorfed by Befh Smifh. The Freshman Courfincfuded Andy Brown - Princess, escorfed . oy Tina Hiff, and Gary Gann, escorfed by Lisa Giffespie. I j. D. Goforfh was crowned fhe 1984 Powder Publ Homecoming ' Queen. : I I I y I L T I Powder Puff Cheerfeaders, Greg Hurr, Chan TuH'Le, Affihe Maha and ' Heafh Wefch are caughf showing Hfheir sfzfgyw af hahffime. Powder Pug? Game 27 Nm r fi 'Cv Q X 5 M' B '-Z1 a-..A.4..f.-,-fn 1 3-SL lu 514111.45 un. . nlgif ,Ls An. x n If S ET. PM 'Q s N 4' ' Q Nu., -. in 4, . Q "' wk' ,,,, 11 - 1 F K at sash? 4 Senior Rej2rerenfaf7've.' Nliny Bryanf efcorfea' by Tim C ogginx. campuf. Thexe acfivifier incfucfecf nominafing ihe homecoming courf and voiingfor a homecoming queen. Each grade fevef nominafecf ar many girff af if wanfecf from if: gracfe fo run for homecoming courf Lafer, each vofea' forfive girff fo reprefenfifx gracfe fevek The enfire .vfudenf body :efecfecf fhe homecoming queen. The 1934 Home- coming Queen was Pam lfVhiHingfon. Her affencfanfr were Jenior: Kim Haff, junior: Vaneffa Ef1iof'f, fophomore: Paufa Pafferron, frefhman: Heafher johnson. , .nw Senior Relbrerenfafive: Kim Haff efcorfecf by Senior Reprefenfafive: Chrilvfa Pencfry efcorfecf jerry Simmonr. by .Scoff GFILYIOP14. u w z Senior Relbrefenfafivef Urruh Chavir efcorfecf by Dexfer Flowery. Senior Reprerenfafive: Pam VVhiHingfon ercorfea' by Frankie Cofa. junior Reprefenfafive: Laura Burneffe ercorfed jwnivr R6,bf9I9f1f4f7'V6-' L41L0fy'f1 Blffffff 2-fC0f'f9d junior Re,breJenfat"ive: Vanerra Efboff ercorferf by Brook: Hardin. by Demeffffe Able-V by Chuck Tanner. 30 Homecoming Courf junior Reprefenfaiive: Karen Fergmon ercorferi Q 'K' W junior Reprerenfafivef HofQ Sfephenfon by Mark Highs. efrorfed by Mihe Maifory. i W 1 M few Sophomore Repre.renfa1Live.'KefQ Haffefrorfezi Sophomore Reprefenfafive: Pazfffa Pafferron by Marh Hail ercorfed by Charfef Pafferron. S S I I 64.5755 Sophomore Repre.fenfaf7've.' Micheffe Smifh Frefhman Reprerenfafive: Sherri Barney ercorfed by Andy Wafl efcorfed fry Chan Tufffe. 'V ,. Kr U W . s 1 'im W-cy W"-nm: Sophomore Reprefenfqffvef Ten Effioh' efcorfed by Wexfey VVhiiman. 2? 4' 'i Q s Sophomore Reprerenfafive: Hope Roffh ercorfed by Dee Brown. I Q, 1 We Frerhman Reprefenfafivex Angie Hifi ercorfed by Marh Campbeff Frerhman Represenfafive: Heafher fvhhwo Freshman Reprefenfah've.- Cafhy Kim ercorfed Freshman Reprefenfafivex Gaif Whi'fe efcorfed efcorfed by Doug Tuggfe. by Chan' Varner. by Todd Whi'fe. Homecoming Courf 37 TH5 HOMECOMING Senior Affendanb Kim Ha!! junior Affendanb Vanerxa Elboff 1984 Homecoming Queen, Pam lA,hl'H7i'lg'f'0I1 AND HER ATTENDANT5 5-0PA0m0'e AHe"d4'15 Pauh Pafferfon Frerhman Affendanf, Heafher jonnxon 32 Homecoming Queen I , f . . 9 ACTION ACTION WAS THE NAME GIVEN TO THE 'SPORTS SECTION OF THE I985' TRINHIAN. THIS TITLE SUITED THE SECTION BECAUSE IN EACH SPORT THERE WAS ACTION. THERE WAS ACTION ON FOOTBALL FIELDS, BAS- KETBALL AND VOLLEYBALL COURTS, CROSS COUNTRY HILLS, WRESTLING MATS AND SOCCER FIELDS. FOOTBALL BEGAN THE SCHOOL YEAR WITH A BANG AS THE VARSITY AND IUNIOR VARSITY TEAMS DEVELOPED AS WINNERS. THE VOLLEYBALL TEAM SHOWED ACTION ON THE COURT BY WINNING THE NORTH PIEDMONT CONFERENCE TITLE FOR THE FIRST TIME. TRINITY'S FIRST SOCCER TEAM SHOWED GREAT POTENTIAL AND HAD A GREAT SEASON. THE CROSS COUNTRY TEAM REMAINED STRONG AS IT FINISHED HIGH IN THE NORTH PIEDMONT CONFERENCE. THE WINTER SFASON SAW THE VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM MAKING GREAT IMPROVEMENT OVER LAST YEAR'S SQUAD. THE VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM, WHICH WAS VERY YOUNG, NEVER SURREN- DERED THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. THE l.V. BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAMS WERE VERY IMPRESSIVE ON THE COURT. BOTH THE l.V. AND THE VARSITY WRESTLING TEAMS HAD WINNING- SEASONS. THE VARSITY TEAM, WHICH WAS WELL RESPECTED BY ITS OPPONENTS, FINISHED WITH AN AWESOME SEASON. THE I.V. TEAM HAD A "SWEET" SEA- SON ALSO SHOWING GRFAT TALENT ON THE MAT. EACH TEAM DID A GREAT IOB. THIS WAS THE LAST YEAR IN THE NORTH PIEDMONT CONFERENCE AND EACH TEAM LEFT THE CONFERENCE WITH A BANG. AC- TION VIVIDLY DESCRIBED TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL'S SPORTS. spam 33 l .'.'W1,. " ' '9W5ff,'lf' 'V f N' NEVER SAY DIE The first day of August arrlved and the summer was over for a large yet select group of young men. Over a period of one month, this group of guys were molded, af ,g disciplined and prepared for the t rnl upcoming football season. A That first practice stuck in their minds for sometime as those tan- ned, yet out of shape bodies ran and did sit-ups and push-ups much to their physical resentment. t After one week of conditioning, lt was time for "two a day" practices. ln the mornings whlle friends were A ttsptptr sleeping, these men were on the practice field hitting each other. ln the afternoon, they returned to ,,,, the school for more conditioning. Many players were anxious for the first game, but they also wanted to see lf their hard work and time would be rewarded. Much to their disappointment, they lost the opening game and the next four. The first season was a disappointment to the players, coaches and fans. Week six of the football season was the homecoming game. All of the coaches told the players that they had faith in them and for them not to give up. The magic of homecoming brought a Z0-0 Bulldog victory over West Rowan and ignited a flame ln the team members' hearts. During the second half of the season, the Dogs won four out of flve games to finish the season with four wins and slx defeats. They were described by local newspapers as one of the hottest teams ln the second season. Congratulations to all of the coaches and the team for not surrender- lng. lust remember "NEVER SAY DIE". ' s w 2 l v 1 I 2 K Y F 1115 5 X f KE L Q '25 131 , flir - alll" X31 2 " W M N Q T 'L 'Q f fer ff W 3035? 'ff' 4 W5 fy 5' 't 34 Varslty Football Y 7 I E Q A ' 5 , iff ,. 1 v url ww xlx Hw y X 1 mia, fag, fe ,af ape, W I 4 x Y., ,, , ,, - .W , , sf,w m,fi- wibww "" W:,'t1',vWI.,-bw" ' ' ,,.,, ,W ni ,Eg E ,dt Q., Ya, ,K 6 1 Q, Q 5 3 tc ,f i. The offensive Ilne contlnued to improve during the season. Davld Lindsey gains twelve yards in the second quarter against North Davidson. W - S ' '3 3 , 5' , fe . . 1 Q ,d A ,Yr 1' Q 15, f . ,rw . , E, 5 -- i pf' R H Q' .h K i Q R z X. Q3 A I A A A ' ft I 1 I ' 4' Qf .yn Xnty mf -2 1. Mx, 2 X ' 2 - -Q , 5 . Q- 3' ' ' 4-. , .. i ki. I-EEE:f.Hif?585fl825155-ii 5: 5. N A 518: -xkk will ' W ,,.. -15, -Nieswikf' 5' 5563 l A 5 ii NAA it 3 ttds A B A 1 8 8 B - as st.. . V I it X- I I e . V - ---- ,. . , K rt I ,H .K ' 'yfh 7 A ,--., A,,- .t.r "h. A ' 2 ---- vt-f s--f K ft' 3 f' ' S - - if -.., -4' in JN A A ww- Bak--1--ANS-. '- . -f. . 'X K f ' 1 al -- ' R -iff - .I f 2 'SF ' 8 -.J -A T '-If - 5211 - 53' - J i . ' " 2' i A fff e 4 A 6 B 1 - H A A he X13 N i fi I984 VARSITY FOOTBALL: I Mark Allen, 5 Troy Steed, 7 Mark Andrews, I0 Todd Royals, I I Danny Weant, I2 Darrin Free, I 5 Greg Tuggle, I6 Blair Collett, 20 Steve Laing, 22 leff Stewart, 24 David Webb, 28 Mike Slate, 30 Robbie Brock, 3 I lay McKee, 32 Robert Branson, 33 David Lindsey, 40 Ken Hill, 43 Mike Westmoreland, 44 Robbie Beasley, 2 I X50 Kelth Ridge, 52 lohn Crawford, 55 Eddie Stepp, 60 Steve Skeen, 42!62 Todd Patton, 66 Alan McHenry, 67 Kevin Rabon, 68 Chris Dennls, 7I Wayne Roach, 72 Curtis Godwin, 74 Keith Safriet, 76 Scott Allen, 77 Eric Giles, 78 Mike Armstrong, 80 Paul Stewart, 45!8I Charlie Dean, 82 Kevin Wright, 84 Mark Byerly, 85 Tony Mizzi, 86 Chris Mann, 88 Scott lennlngs. Coaches: David Rathburn - Head Coach, Bill Hayworth - Offensive Backs, Chuck Hatley - Offensive Line, Larry :1JValker - Receivers, Charlie White - Defensive Coordinator, Dirk Gurley - Defensive Backs, Chuck Gentry - efenslve Llne. if 2, M X . 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Q? sl 1 f ilm - alfa H , W Mui-,EAQEDSAEQEWS ,Queen ,,.. 3? was ,,.,w.,. .. , , .. , , , 36 Varsity Football w , .,w1+ Q, , s w 1 , 1 4 ,mimagse fa, 'v QQQL , . , 'YY' ' ' W WEL Y- 1 WL WM' MW ' was Y Y,,,., ,,,,,,,, A 'V f ., ,,f, , ii' , '13 ,. 5eAwz51e?fg"?f' f -1 1' ifgsgggzvil-f'T2?3iZiZf ff S' "M if: if 7: ff? f i " it 55 ? Vikfz A ' L 'ff 7i?Z5EE 5E5?1f??EEE?2?i EE5'f5:gfE"' E " ' ' ' " 'E' 'Z V VVVVY-V,,,,,,, V VVVVYY ' --V L: ' W?" 3' ff '?f f:::' 3:1 'w -'- gf ' f , . "35"i'f7 . V 2' .gf W' ,..-.., ,.., If f fy ' ' Mx SF 7 r lr ' 'HW Y, 'EJ li is K ' A ?, 3 4, . ,g ,Sw i ask K. . fx, V W J" - . '.-- V .,h1L wa S L h '1.Q if? "' Q? N N x4 x X .:.-QS., .1 .I f xmas.: , -X X ps a K ,wwf 41 'nik 3 L F hui' ,. . ,, , , ,,,,, , , as-sf, 1 Q 5 B Y Q A2 .H gg Q ,- 1 J ia by mix .'fXK,Nf1 1 N I 3, 9 T131 na wi N L 1 eg Q, A am 3 is N5 5 ,. ' E , 2 3 ,F , yas , K Q 13-eg Q 9, :E 5 1 'S .3 Q. Q ,f ' ,A- 2: ia 11 Varsity Football 37 X 0 009 C9 all t h e spring of 1984, cheer- leading tryouts were held and they marked the beginning of many practices and much hard work for ten young ladies. ln lune, the varsity cheerleaders sold ads for the football program in order to raise money for their uniforms. The fund raiser was sponsored by the Trinity High School Boosters Club. They also practiced once a week for two hours a day. The cheerleaders learned many cheers and new routines. They were prepared for their first pep rally on August 29th. They wanted to get all students more involved in school. These girls achieved their goals and VMSIU Cheefle-MBIS gave everyone a "Piece Of Action." I Debb F- Gia Sibert -'- THINGS - -1 az x Q-: , K Iuoeubig si Varsity Chee Ieade s 39 ieD QE xk N65 xx W' 50 mil yxwf' B Q may , 3 i 1: my 'mx S' Egxwkun 6152252253 5 V' ' SB' av nfs? Rl, sm Cd s y 1 The lunlor varsity football team worked extremely hard during the season. Some of its '.,.f if: members were promoted to the varsity squad whlle b rs others went their separate ways. The remalnlng mem e NIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL team were: Bryan of the IU Brlnkley, Chad Butler, Chip Caison, David Campbell, Rlcky F Chatterton, Brad Elliott, Kevin Glllesple, Scott Grant, or- rest Harrell, leff Lewls, Mike Mlller, Locke Monroe, Erlc Newton, Brent Norfleet, Keith Quick, Eric Richardson, Ros- d coe Roach, Kenneth Snyder, Doug Tuggle, lohn White an Lester Wllllams. 40 lunlor Varslty Football Q15 me The l.v. football team had four great wlns durlng the 1984 year. lt was a vast improvement over last year's team whlch falled to wln a single game. With the help of two great coaches, Dlrk Gurley and Chuck Hatley, the l.v. football team post- ed wlns over North Rowan, Ledford, Sallsbury and Southern Guilford. The hlghllght of the sea- son was a 27-7 wln over Southern Gullford. lt was a strong effort by the j.v. team which gained expe- rlence and confldence as the season progressed. The help of Brent Norfleet, Kevln Glllesple, Scott Grant, Chip Calson, Erlc Richardson and many more created a founda- tlon for future success. Q N", , S- -Q , . ai .S ,. sg, ' U - Wit-1 Z ya , Q U J, 'X .K lunlor Varsity football 41 X WS. nl-r1"'!'T 42 l.V. Cheerleaders Ten young ladies were ve f tunat ry or- e to be chosen as the 1984- 85 l.v. cheerlead ers of Trinity High School. Tryouts were held in the spring of 1984 and they demon- strated the skills needed for a long, hard year of cheering. From the beginning, these 9th, 10th and llth grade students set high standards and several goals. To reach their goal of perfection, the cheerlead ers attended the Guilford College All-Star Cheer- leading Camp in Greensboro in july. They also showed a per- fect performance in a com petition at Carowinds. To raise mo ney for these ex- penses, the cheerleaders received fina ncial contri- butions from sponsors. lt was a very successful season for El aine Cory and th e i.v. cheer- leaders l.V. Cheerleaders 43 ll--f""' C0llln5 F ul before thecgfrzlpractlces his kick, fllle 44 Soccer For Paxton Reece, , Front Row: Steve B lt r Paxton urckha e , Peronto Reece, Chrls , Brett Troxler, leff Hlll, Mil Bobby McCroskey, - lle Rush, Kevin Keith, h e r , C o l l l n s lf u l c Richard Brown, Sec- ond Row: David Hall, Gary Taylor, Davld Helms, Tommy Smlth, Thomas Hlll, llrlc Brltt, Shane Olslnsld, Devld Slnk, Brlan Reece, Tlm Merldlth, Mlke Gris- som, Klaus Banhoff Not Pictured: Bllly Au- stln, Tlm Bame, Gllbert English, Tim Ney 2 :Filming up is 11 ma- actor ln having a good Same. O o ' ,ws-lf' follow Mime Rush and Pmon Reece closely- Team sports such as football, baseball and basketball have long been a part of Trinity High. This year, due to its growing popularity in the nation, Trinity was able to have its first soccer team. lt was not only a historic accomplishment for Trinity, but it was the first soccer team in Randolph County. The team consisted of 26 players and its coach was Dr. Darrell Saunders. Trinity played some well established teams and did a great job. Many of the players on the soccer team were new to the sport and caught on quicldy to build a strong first year team for the Bulldogs. The captains of the team were Steve Burckhalter, Gary Taylor and Collins Fulcher. Steve Burckhalter was chosen Most Valuable Player of the team and Collins Fulcher received the honor of Most Improved. With the cooperation of the team and the help of a great coach, Trinity's soccer team finished the season with an improving 3-ll record. the Same Tin-'Mend ith C0m ' S061 e Of each gamelfeeller, plays an 'mpc 'tant foie the out- Q 'sp ,wh af.. Steve Burckhalter controls the ball for the Bulldogs. I 1 keepin! va'- the ball from If the opponent is th e ke! to winning. Soccer 45 Trlnlty Hlgh School cross country team members are off to a great start agalnst Salisbury. 46 Cross Country if f W, ,, 3, ,, 1 9 f if ,- f nf any 4 1 . tk ,, L Le, .3 1 1 ,lf X-,Lsd-,,,7,,f" i ,M-'fu.rvzv 1 if If ,N "' NWT 1 y 1: 1 lt takes detennlnatlon and stamlna to be a good cross country runner. Doug Allred has both of these qual- ltles plus a lot of school splrlt. Trinity High School's cross country team finished third in the North Piedmont Con- ference behind a fa- vorite Asheboro squad and an impro- ved Salisbury team. Despite having an in- experienced squad, the cross country team had its third consecutive winning season with eight wins and only five de- feats. This gave the cross country pro- gram a three year combined record of twenty-three wins and thirteen losses. Two newcomers to the young cross coun- try program were Q .C . v 1 i v 1, A WX 'nr ,NON W. Brent and Heath Pat- terson. A desire to win and a lot of hard work had Brent and Heath often battling for the top finish in each meet. Senior leadership was need- ed and it was pro- vided by lay Wilson and Dana Burckhal- ter. lt was a good sea- son for the cross country team. Coach limmie Burchette de- serves a lot of credit for the success of the cross country pro- gram at Trinity High c-.. 'Q .4nlU': 1984 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM MEMBERS: Top Row - Coach lim- mle Burchette, Rodney Foley, Brent Patter- son, Billy Scarboro, Gerrlck Gann, lay Wilsong Botton Row - Gary Gann, Doug Allred, Heath Patter- son, David Reynoldsg Not Pictured - Dana Burckhal- er. ww y .1-if t h 1.-.- uv f ml' f I I 'W l-ii-ilil School. -1 aw Cross Country 47 45 '79 o9?,bof 76 fo 4: 'iv zf'2."" 46 QQ "-1949 Q O '31, 'ec Go, QQ 'og 95, 'fr 95 " oo J:"oQ'f'yg Q 4'e6Jg9 Ja 'E 9: 06 "Q 'eo 4274- Qqaco C J ow 60 0Qo36ol7oe3a,b Q-oqqpolve Qs. 'P J' ' 2 264 24990 6, ' , 1 6 G Q 6 0 0-5, 02,49 Qgfclg- 6546 Jsg 01,60 I I 'fir 0 4o,.fZ'.gl goose Q, 'iw 'Pi 'E o ofa ,iff QD, 'Q Volleyball 'v4?4-ed.: 1, v N. J G 99 lo 0 0 so Qoagfw QQ- an Super, spectacular and awesome were three words which described the I 984-85 volleyball season forthe Lady Bulldogs. The team accom- plished what others dreamed. They were the North Piedmont Conference champions. Highlights of the year in- cluded two victories over Thomasvil- le and a fourteen game winning streak. The success of the team was enhanced by four All-Conference players. They were Pam Rabon, Deedee Smith, LeAnn Kennedy and Denise Sikes. The Lady Bulldogs were coached to their victories by "Coach ofthe Year' Cindy Roberts. The 1984-85 season will not be forgotten. 5 f W ll MH ,ms1vmmlasmsa1mmgimmxiiulitglimuii L if Front Row QL-RQ: Mike Thompkins, Mark Horn, Heath Patterson, David Hall, Mike Grissom. Second Row: Bryan Reece, Keith Ridge, lerry Simmons, Troy Steed, William Hedgecock. Third Row: Coach lerry Winnett, Curtis Godwin, Ken Hill, David Lindsey, Eric Giles. 50 Varsity Wrestling OF THE .P.C. Looking for a pin, Eric Giles stretches his opponent as if he is pretzel. The I984-85 varsity wrestling team had much success this season. At the beginning of the season, Coach Winnett told the wrestlers that Trinity had won the first North Pied- mont Conference Championship in wrestling and that he wanted to win the last so he could "fill the spot on the wall." The fighting Bulldogs began their quest by winning the Rockingham County Tournament. They continued their ear- ly success by winning the Tigerland Classic and the Trinity Invitational Tournament, and they finished second in the Eden Holiday Classic to defending state champions Cape Fear. They were undefeated overall and in the conference and took home the N.P.C. crown. The Bulldogs posted a 72-0 rout of North Rowan, the first shut out for a varsity team at Trinity High, and also had big wins over Lexington SI-I2 and West Rowan 67-3. ln February they participated in the Midwest Sectional Toumament at South lredell High School and left with first place. David Lindsey won first place. David Hall and lerry Simmons placed second, Troy Steed third and Mark Horn and William Hedgecock finished fourth. These wrestlers went on to the Midwest Regional in Kannapolis. At A. L. Brown High School in Kannapolis, Trinity continued its winning ways by taking home the Midwest Regional Cham- pionship. David Lindsey placed first, while lerry Simmons finished second and Mark Horn fourth. They represented Trinity at the state tournament at Parkland High School in Winston-Salem. The team was led by seniors Heath Patterson, lerry Sim- mons, Troy Steed and Eric Giles. Coach Winnett wanted to win the N.P.C. for the last time and he achieved this and much more by pushing each wrestler to his fullest through drills and conditioning. Their hard work was worthwhile as the Bulldogs finished I I-0 overall and 8-0 in the conference. They scored a record 102 pins and were only pinned 17 times. The matmen of Trinity wrote the final chapter of the North Piedmont Conference. J J EW EEE ,Q 4 . W ' I i 133 ii' 3 3 . if Heath Patterson keeps his opponent "broken down" as he executes a move Keith Ridge offers his hand to the de- on him. feated Thomasville wrestler. Varsity Wrestling 5 I EIA' FF M11 gsm Hi new 3 H. Hi . E TH , . M . was 3 his f M5 11 , , Eg ET L, B P Q , i V 1 v H ' v 2 , , 5 5 E 1 'E an 1 , gm, .E ,, 225533 ' fa? YE Q, E 22 Q Q, Q ,Q in gi 'WEE ii M a e E f m P3 Y 7,7 1 1 3 WEEK H yi 'V 'i Q ,": rg ' gba w,,.,n,5 2 1 1 355-lj Q n 1341512 My SKQJNEE ,M ,M niaiiki , V ,,,. 0 3 emxig ,As ww Wm QA ,vwxmx V .,,,, . J. 52 Varsity Wrestling ' iii? 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'N All wrestlers, including Keith Ridge, count on the grapplerettes for their support. null Grapplerettes 53 N Coach Hatley helps the l.v. team to an awesome season. 54 l.V. Wrestling T! W - W' x v x W ill lst Row - Coach Steve Williamson, leff -i- Caughron, Daryl Resor, Kevln Keith, Bill Austln, David Reynolds, Coach lames Esslck. 2nd Row - Manager Mlke Thompklns, Cary McNeil, Odie Harris, David Campbell, Randy Tucker, -l- Coach Chuck Hatley. 3rd Row - Brad Elliott, -i Todd McLean, Chrls Dennis, lonathan Key, Paul -1 k' Game. 4th Row - Chris Ledbetter, lason Bates. Cary McNeil works for top position. The iunior varsity grapplers had many sweet emotions during the season as they finished with a record of five wins and only one defeat. They had impressive wins over Lexington, Thomasville and High Point Andrews. The junior varsity wrestlers de- stroyed High Point Andrews 52-18, Lexington 72-6 and Thomasville 54- I5. During the Christmas holidays they won the Eden Holiday junior Varsity Classic and they also finished second to North Davidson in the Trinity lu- nior Varsity Invitational Tournament. The i.v. team helped to improve the varsity wrestlers by making them bet- ter and stronger athletes. The coaches for both the varsity and i.v. were Chuck Hatley, lerry Winnett, Norman Askew, Todd Harrison, lames Essick and Steve Williamson. They worked hard for the team and are to be congratulated for the team's success. asm . ellie f? 9 fag 'M-99" N 2 Q J?- ,ff lunior Keith Parrish scores two over a North Davidson Knight. The varsity basketball season for the boys began the first day of November. Twelve lucky young men made the team and it was the beginning of a new and challenging season. Under the guidance of Larry Morgan, the team trained hard for the season. The Bulldogs opened the season on a winning note defeating East Davidson. Later in the season they defeated East Davidson for a second time and Ledford at home. Throughout the season the team worked hard and it continued to improve. Despite a late season iniury, Kevin Wright provided the senior leadership which the team needed. lunior Mike Arm- strong continued to improve each game and Steve Fausnet played the oint osition excellentl . lt was a team effort. HEADI G 56 Varsity Boys Basketball Lf' .I I . vs ,QV Nb 1 9 i Z - xx A I THE RIGHT Qs Q DIRECTIO , Varsity Boys Basketball 57 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWII CATCH YA ON THE REBOUND Th i.v. basketball team members are top row: Coach Wilson, 22 David Helms, 25 leff Whitaker, 31 Lenny Webb, I2 Chris Rosen- baum, I5 Lance McCall, I4 Dee Brown: bottom row: I0 Mike White, I I I 24 Kevin Gillespie, 21 Brent Norfleet, 23 Keith Quick, 30 Brian ' I I I I I I Mounce, 20 Doug Tuggle. I I I I I I I I I IIIIIIII I I I I I I I I I I IIIIIIIIIILII, III 58 l.V. Boys Basketball 2 I ' I ' I IIIIIIII 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII II ITIT-IT II IIIII I -.--.--I --hi I I IIIIIII I IIIIIII I IIIIIII I IIIIIIIII III III IIIII IIII I IIIIMQII Keith Quick demon- strates the perfect basketball shot. The boys junior varsity basketball team experienced a growing but learn- ing season in 1985. Led by Coach Robert Wilson, the twelve young men who comprised the team continued to improve each and every game. The junior varsity Bulldogs began the season with a 57-42 rout over East Davidson. This victory was followed by a 59 to 52 victory over Ledford. Two of the many highlights of the season in- cluded an 82-71 win over Thomasville and a second victory 184-47j over East Davidson. Mike White played the position of point guard for the junior varsity team. He provided the talent needed for a difficult position. Lance McCall, Brent Norfleet, Keith Quick and Lenny Webb gave much leadership during the long m season lt was a team effort by all of the bers of the junior varsity squad. LBIE lkightj Brent Nor- fleet visualizes the shot before the attempt. 3 I VIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIQIIII III AIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIII I I IIIIIIIIIIIII III III l.V. Boys Basketball 59 ... Dol Gwl-:LL BY I M DOING Goon .. ...............-.....-..... . 1 A ' -T 4 1 l 3 I I-- - --- - 11 Coach Cindy Roberts and her basketball team started off their season with a great lack of playing I I experience. The team consisted of one senior, four iuniors, two I., sophomores, and five freshmen I which were Lori Hill, Deana r Brown, Denise Sikes, Gail White I and LeAnn Kennedy. This put a ' whole lot of responsibility on - Deedee Smith. Since she was the only senior she had to show good I sportsmanship and leadership I and be a good example for the whole team. ' The Lady Bulldogs go: their first I win over East Davidson. After that, I - there was no stopping them. Next I Miss Roberts carefully examines her team years team should prove to be I in a game against Davie County. 5 u C C e 5 5 f u I ' L 1 - 1 l 1 l i 60 Girls Varsity Basketball 'l' a af I Anlta Andrews Deana Brown Tammie Collie Millie Rush Teresa Hobbs LeAnn Kennedy Deedee Smith Anita Andrews Tammie Collie Cindy Miller Teresa Hobbs Donna Taylor Deana Brown Lori Hill LeAnn Kennedy Denise Sikes Gail White I2 ll ll ll I0 I0 9 9 9 9 9 Deedee Smith demonstrates the proper fol- low-through for a foul shot. LeAnn Kennedy gets the tip ln a game against Davle County. I Cindy Miller Denise Sikes Deedee Smith Donna Taylor Gail Whlte Miss Roberts Girls Varsity Basketball 61 ff Z ,,,, K . ,W T TEAM MEMBERS' Re- V up is TTB nee Canter, Kenda iiiiin' twists Dawkins, Holly Ful- r?Ya -W cher, Stacie Gaha- T gan, Amber Goforth, Kelly Hall, Lydia Han- j cock, Lori Hill, Renee k Hyde, Wendi Lawrl- T more, Lachovia Par- H rish, Tonya Ricks. Coach Renee Croker p The 1984-85 basketball season was long and hard for the junior varsity squad. The members on the team were extremely hard-work- ing and they put forth a com- plete effort. The players nev- er quit, even when the odds were against them. The Bulldogs had five im- pressive wins over Southem Guilford, East David- 1 4 , 1 ' 1 T 4 son, North Rowan, Ledford and North Davidson. T ln her first year as junior varsity basketball coach, Renee Croker guided the Bulldogs through a roller- coaster season. She was the i backbone of the team. lt was a M difficult season, but one of if I T new beginnings and new suc- fy QQ? if f CESSES. N , LTMEWEE K' f fy lf, ,- l.V. Girls Basketball 63 Thomasvllle Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trinity Trlnlty Trinity Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Vars hy Football Ledford S Gullford Davie Co Thomasvllle Lexington W Rowan Sallsbu Asheboro N Rowan N Davldson Head Coach David Rathburn Soccer Ragsdale Wllllams Mount Tabor Glenn Carver Western SW Gullford Ragsdale Wllllams Mount Tabor Glenn Carver Western SW Gullford Head Coach Darrell Saunders Varslty Wrestling Carver Ragsdale S Stokes Sallsbury Davle Co Asheboro N Davldson W Rowan Lexington Tournaments Rockingham Co Trlnlty lnvltatlonal Tlgerland Classlc Eden Hollday Classic Sectlonals Reglonals Head Coach Ierry Wlnnett Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty T rlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Varsity Girls Basketball 63 E Davldson Ledford S Gullford F. Davidson W Rowan N Rowan Asheboro Ledford Thomasvllle S Gullford Lexington N Davldson Davle Co Sallsbury W Rowan N Rowan Asheboro Thomasvllle Lexington N Davldson Davle Co Sallsbury N Davldson lst Place lst Place Ist Place 2nd Place lst Place Ist Place 1984 85 TRINITY SCOREBO Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty runny rrxnny runny mnny rrmny Cross Country Asheboro Ledford Woodland Lexington Sallsbury Head Coach Ilmmle Burchette Lowest score wlns IV Wrestling Lexlngt Thomasvllle Andrews HP Central Andrews Tournaments Trlnlty IV lnvltatlonal Eden Hollday IV Classic Head Coach Chuck Hatley Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty IV Boys Basketball E Davldson Ledford S Gullford E. Davldson W Rowan N Rowan Asheboro Ledford Thomasvllle S Gullford Lexington N Davldson Davle Co Sallsbury W Rowan N Rowan Asheboro Thomasvllle Lexington N Davldson Davle Co Sallsbury Znd Place Ist Place Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty runny Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty Trlnlty IV Football Ledford S Gullford Davle Co Thomasvllle Lexington W Rowan Sallsbury Asheboro N Rowan N Davldson Head Coaches Dlrk Gurley and Chuck Hatley Volleyball E Davldson Davle Co Lexington N Davldson Sallsbury W Rowan Asheboro Thomasville Davle Co Lexington Sallsbuly N Davldson W Rowan Asheboro Thomasvllle ISI I50 I53 ISZ 55 I52,I5I I52,I54 I58 57 I55,I56 I5 I0, I5 3 I58 I56 I5 I0 I56 ISI I57 I5Z I57 I52 I55 I59 I6 4IOI5I State Playoffs lforbush 6I56 5 Head Coach Clndy Roberts Varsity Boys Basketball E Davldson Ledford S Gullford E Davldson W Rowan N Rowan Asheboro Ledford Thomasvllle S Gullford Lexington Davle Co Sallsbury W Rowan N Rowan Asheboro Thomasvllle Lexington N Davidson Davle Co Sallsbury IV Glrls Basketball E. 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ADVISERS: BOB PIHLLIPS AND KATRINA SULLIVAN. llllllll DOUBLE TROUBLE llll FCA: MARK AILEN, SCO'I'I ALLEN, ANITA ANDREWS, MIKE ARMSTRONG, GARY GANN, GERRICK GANII, CURTIS GODWIN, KEN IHIL SCOTT JENNINGS, CIIRIS MANN, MIKE MILLER, TONY MIZZI, TREY IMISER, TODD PATION, PAM RABON, KEITH RIDGE, MILLIE RUSH, DEEDEE SMITH, KEN SMDER, TROY STEED, JEI-F STEWART, KEVIN WRIGIIT, ADVISER2 JIMMIE BUR- CHE'I'TE. L , eh? ,EAM , A s .. W' e ' 51434 FCA. FRENCH CLUB II5 THEY COULD BE NUMBER 1 JUST CALL US SLICK 4' 'fy' f , s. Q q if Y Val 'rf 6. J' fr, THE GRO LER ' fi 1 , -N-.. f Q12 if k 4 9 ff -Q7 11110 3 Y Aw f Uh 4, 1 TIIE 198485 GROWLER STAFF WAS ON IIIE MOVE. THE STAFF PRODUCED ONE GREAT PAPER AFTER ANOTHER AND THEY NEVER DECREASED IN OUALITY. IIIE PAPER HAD MANY CIIANGES THIS YEAR INCLUDING REVERSE IIEADINGS. THUS, THE NAME OF THE PAPER APPEARED IN WIHTE WITH THE BLACK BACKGROUND. THE GROWIER STAFF ALSO ADOPTED AN EDITORIAL POLICY FROM THE THOMASVILIE TIMES. THERE WAS ONLY ONE RETURNING PERSON ON THE 1985 STAFF WIIICH MEANT TIIAT MRS. ALLRED ILAD IO TRAIN A IDT OF NEW MEIABERS. THE GROWLER STAFF WAS SMALL, BUT MRS. AIIRED FELT TIIAT "A SMALLER STAFF WAS AN ADVANTAGE BECAUSE TIIEY WORKED HARDER AND FELT ClOSER." Dill KD l Stl lif iii ll f I I ILKFTT ,.. .. zz"-4 M. , Ii17f:ff :? I . ",FY 3 I f:I' GROWLER STAFF 119 HOSA: OITICERS. PRESIDENT - KEITH KIM. VICE PRESIDENT - JOEY HILBURN. SECRETARY - MISTY MCCRACKEN. TREASURER- CHRISTINE SCARBORO. PARLIAMENTARIAN - RENEA COIEMAN. HISTORIAN - SHANDA CLARK. CHERYL BENTON. PHIL BLAKE. RAYMELLA BROWN GINGER BRYSON. TONY BURGE. LAURA BURNE'I'TE. PATRICIA CAMPBELL. TANGIE CAMPBELL. URSULA CHAVIS. DEBRA CLAMI. SHANDA CLARK. RENEA COLEMAN. RUTII COLLIER. YVONNE COSNER. JENNII-ER CRAVEN. ROSS DAVIS. KYM EDWARDS. LARRY FLEMING. STACIE IRAZIER. DONNA GORDON, KIM IIALL. LEIGH ANN IIARVELL. JOEY HILBURN. DAREN HILL. LISA HUNT. JAMES JARRETT. CHRISTY JUIINSON. SUSAN JOIINSON. LYNNE JONES. TERESA KEILISON. JOHN KIM. KEITH KIM. SANDRA MARSH. MISTY MARSIIAIL. JAN MARTIN. WIILIAM MCCOY. MISTY MCCRACKEN. ANGELA MILLER. TERESA MOTLEY. DARIN MYERS. STEPIIANIE PEELE. KRIS PLUMMER. KIM RII-E. SUZY ROSS. MILLIE RUSH. CHRISTINE SCARBORO. GIA SIBERT. CHRISTY SMITH DANA SMITH, CENA SMITH. PAM SOUTHARDS, TINA THOMAS. MISTY WIIISNANT. PAULA WHITE. LISA YORK, CHERIE YOUNGER. Hmm I HERO: REXANNE BENNETT, JAMIE BRYANT, MISSY BRYANT, TRACIE CLODFELTER, TRACY COLLINS, YVONNE COSNER. RENEE DOYLE. ANNETTE HEDRICK. ANGIE MASTROGIANAKIS. LIZ MICHAEL, JAIMEE SLAUGHTER, LYNN SMITII. ADVISERS: JO BURROUGHS AND LINDA KENNERLY 120 HERO, HOSA KEY CLUBS SCOTT ALIEN. ARCIHE BARNES. ROBBIE BEASLEY. ANDY BOYLES. RICHARD BROWN. MARK CAMPBEIL BLAIR COLLETT. BRAD CROTTS. BRIAN EADS. COLUNS FULCHER. CERRICK CANN. ODIE IIARRIS. SCOTT HARTSOE. JOEY HIIBURN. CHRIS HILLIARD. KEITH KIM. MIKE MABE. LANCE MCCALL KEITH PARRISH. BRENT PATTERSON. HEATH PATTERSON. DARYL RESOR. KEITH RIDCE. CHRIS ROSEMBAUM. TODD ROYAIS. BRETT TROXLER. JAY WILSON. ADVISERS2 T.E. HAYES AND SAILY LANDIS. .4 . . JUNIORETTES2 IIOPE ANDERSON. SHERRI BARNES. SIIANDA CLARK. ANGIE CLODFELTER. AMY CIODFELTER. DEEDEE SMITII. CHRISTY CEARREN. LADONNA HALL. KIM HAI.L. CHERYL HART. JAMI HAYWORIH. MADONNA HILL KELLI HUTCHINS. HEATIIER JOHNSON. LAURIE JOHNSON. BETH KANIPE. KRISTINE KEITII. CHERYLL KENNEDY. LORIE MABE. KELLY MCKEE. JULIE MENDENHALL. STEPHANIE MORRIS. KRIS PLUMMER. SUSAN RACAN. CHRISTINE SCARBORO. RECINA SECHREST. TINA SIMMONS. MONICA SIMPSON. PATRICIA SMALL. BETH SMITH. LYNN SMII'II. ARIENE STANIEY. ANCIE STROUD. KIM WALL ADVISER2 MARY IDIS POLIOCK JUNIORETTES. KEY CLUB 121 X INA CLASS OF THEIR owN Wjfffff XXXYX KEYL'I'I'ES-H. AIDERSON, A. AIDREWS, S. BARNES, S. REASON. M. BENIEVI. J, BRIDGES, L DURNETIE. K. CARICO, M. CURTIS. S. DAVIS, L DEAN, L DUNCAN. D. DYKES, T. EUIOIT, K. FERGUSON, K. IINCH, A. IRYE, C. PULP, A. GAINES. D. GORDON, T. HILL J. HODGE, J. IKIRTON, C. JOHNSON, D. LAIGORD, C, IOHIAN, J. MARTIN, K. MCDOWELL A. NEAL C, OVERCASH, S. PARRISH, Y. POOLE, P, RABON, D. SIAITONS J. SLAUGHTER, D. SNYD ER, S. STATON, K. TEAGUE, P. THOMAS. A. umnuncu, A. vnwsw. A vmsou, G. wise, c. vouncsx. OAHCERS: Pm. f c. KEY, vuci ms. - A, BRYANT, ssc. - L sum, mms. - s. comm, ummm E A - comms. Anvrssx - mes. AIDRIDGE. LEO CLUB- M. ARMSTRONG, J. HAIRSTON, J. LEWIS. T. MIZZI, W. MCCOY. L MONROE, T. NOSER, B. NORFLEET. K. OUICK. R. RICKS, H. RUSH, T. SELLERS. G. SIBERT, T. STEED. D. WEANT. OFFICERS: PRES. - W. MCCOY. VICE PRES. - K. BAKER, SEC. - M. MCCOY. TREAS. - J. IIAIRSTON. ADVISERS - MR. HUGHES AND MR. HOLMES. X95 A LN N N E X f X I ff I ...fa A C Jw A , ...,., I22 KEYEI'IES, LEO , K ff ff!!! ' 'HHHHIDI X XXXXXXXXXY LIBRARY A COMPUTER LAB ASSISTANTS - M. ARMSTRONG. S. AIIMAN, D. BARNETI, R. BEASLEY, R. BENSDN, J. BYERLY, K. CARICO, J. GIINTER, L IIARVELL B. IIDLIDMAN, G. HURR, J. HIIRR, B. HYDE. IJ. JDIINSDN, S. KDDGLER, B. MCDONAID, C. MEDLIN, J. NEALY, LNIGHDLSDN, B. PAILADINO, J. PALLADINO, J. RASII, D. SIIEPPARD, T. SIIEEN, T. STEED, L WILLIAMS. ADVISERS - MS. GIIPIYIN AND MS. GHANDRA. J. GUNTER, L IIARVELL B. HDLIDMAN, G. HIIRR, B. HYDE, B. MCDDNAID. C. MEDLIN, J. NEALY, L NIGHDLSDN, B. PALLADINO, J. PALLADINO, D. SIIEPPARD, T. STEED, L WILLIAMS, ADVISERS - MS. GIIPTDN AND MS. CIIANDRA mnY CLUB: K. cAm00 - PRES., S. AUMAN - V.PRES., S. KOOGLER - SEC., D. LIJFUN - TREAS., R. BEASIEY - MPDKTER, M. ARMSTRDNG, R. BENSON, w. CHARLES, B. GRDNE, T. DAVIS, J. EANES, X A .A XXXNLX fl!! .M '4 4 45 ,K 'xx A Y AL' Y' : , . 3' 4, A I ,A.lgJ.a:5e .. . Yi ' If A S X ' ' LIBRARY CLUB, COMPUTER AIDES IZ? --ng .Jw-J . 'Naxxk . I N MATIIIIIBGIASTAPINRY-HHHEIT,SEEYIOW-VKEHHHINI.PAUAMIKE-SYlEIARY.MDHIWTIIARIHEvTTEAHHRJ.APPlEJ.BATTXKIHHN.J.BlNIY.K CHUNG. A. EADS. H. FULCHER, K. CURLEY. R. THU. S. JARRELL. C. JOHNSON. A. JONES. J. KENNEDY. C. KIM. J. KIM, K. KIM. D. LANFORD. L. MABE. M. MCCRACKEN. S. MCLEAN, A. MONROE, A. NEAL. J. NEAL D. PARRISH. K. PARRISH, H. PATTERSON, S. PEGRAM. S. PETERSON, D. POPE.M. PRICE,M. PRICE. L. RICE. R. SECHREST.J. SEAGERS. M SUAR D. SMITH. M. STILLEY, S. STILLEY. A. THOMAS, D. TRYI'TEN, J. VARNER, K. WHITE, L. WILLIAMS. AND S. WILLIAMS. ADVISER - MRS. MCCALL. MKINOGRAM CLUBS GREG TUGGLE - PRESIDENT, JOHNNY MARTIN - VICE PRESIDENT, CHRISTA PENDRY - SECRETARY, AND CHRIS MANN - TREASURER. M. ALLEN, S. ALLEN. A. ANDREWS, M. ANDREWS. M. ARMSTRONG, V. AUSTIN, R. BEASLEY, K. BONHOFF, R. BROWN, D. BURCKIIALTER. B. COLLETT. T. COLLIE. S. COOPER, C. DEAN. K. FERGUSON, C. FULCHER, E. GILES. K. HILL. S. JENNINGS, J. KIM, K. MABE. A MCHENRY. J. MCKEE, T. MEREDITH. T. MIZZI. T. NOSER. A. NEAL, J. PALLADINO. C. PARRIS. K. PARRISH, B. PATTERSON, H. PATTERSON. T. PATTON, S. PEGRAM, K. OUICK. K. RABONP. RABON, B. REECE. K. RENN, K. RIDGE, AND T. ROYAIS. ADVISERS MR. RATIIBURN AND MS. ROBERTS. 124 MATH AND NONOGRAM SADD2 ANNETTE NEAL- PRESIDEIIT, CHRISTA PENDRY - VICE PRESIDENT, LORIE MABE - SECRETARY, DEEDEE SMITH - REPORTER, MI YE CHONG - TREASURER, SHERRI BARNES, CIIERYL BENTON, PHIL BLAKE, WAYNE BLAKELY, JESSICA BROOKBANK, DANA BURCKIIALTER, LARRY BURNEY. RENEE CANTER, TIMMY CARPENTER. URSULA CHAVIS, MICHAEL CIIEEK. RENEA COLEMAN, REBEKAII COLLINS, SHERRY COOPER, BETSY CRONE, TERESA DAVIS. TONYA DAVIS, ANGIE EADS, TRISHA FARLOW, SIIARON FRENCH, CINDY GARDNER, USA GILIESPIE. TERESA CILLESPIE, LYIIN GREEN. KIM IIALL. DWAYNE IIILTON, JEANNIE HORTON, MANDY HORTON. ANGELA INMAN, ANGIE JONES. KRISTINE KEITH, WEIIDY KENNEDY. CIIRISTY KEY, JOIIN KIM, KEIITI KIM, ANGELA LAWRINORE, SIIERRI LIVERETT, WENDY LOCKHART. DARRIN IOFLIN. SIIELLEY LOVE. JEIT MANEY, MIKE MARSH, JANINE MARTINEZ, RAY MASIIBURN, MISTY MCCRACKEN, CAROL MELTON, ANGELA MILLER, SUSAN MILIER, IORI NORROW, CHARLOTTE NESTER, GINGER OAKLEY, CINDY OVERCASH, JERRY PALLADINO. HEATH PATTERSON. KRIS PLUMMER. 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IULL A. HUBBARD, A. IIUNT, K. IIUTCIIINS. P. IIYDE, S. JARRELL J. JOHNSON, L. JOIINSON, A. JONES, L. JONES, B. KELLY, K. KING, D. LANFORD, A. LAWRINORE, W. LAWRINIORE. B. IEE, J. LEWIS. D. IOILIN, M. IOFUN, J. MARTINEX, L MCCALL. M. MCCALL M. MCCOY, S. MCLEAN, C. MEDLIN, A. MONROE. B. NAPIER. S. OWENS, B. PALLADINO. K. PARRISH, L. PARRISH, T. PATTERSON, S. PETERSON, T. PIIIPPS, J. PIERCE, Y. POOIE, T. PORT IS, M. PRICE, R. QUEEN, K. OUICK, B. RABON. K. RIDGE, T. RIDGE, K. RIFE, R. ROACH. L. ROBINETTE, S. ROSS, K. SAFRIET. R. SANDRIDGE, R. SCARBORO, D. SHEPPARD, M. SHUIER, S. SKEEN, A. SMITH, M. SMITII. S. STATON, P. STEWART, M. STYIER, P. TTIOMAS, K. WALL G. WEBB. B. WIIITE, J. WIIITE, L WILLIAMS, M. WORKMAN, R. YOKELY, ADVISERS - MRS. MCCARTHY, MISS IIALES. SADD. SCIENCE, SPANISH 125 STUDENT COUNCIL: A. ANDREWS, S. BARNES, M. CAMPBELL, S. COOPER, T. ELLIOTT, V. ELLIOTT, K. FERGUSON. S. GRANT, K. HALL, K. HALL, T. HILL, D. HOBBS, M. HORN, H. JOHNSON. K. KEITH, C. KEY, J. KIM, K. KIM, K. KIM. E. LASSITER, W. LAWRIMORE, J. MARTIN, S. OWENS, C. PENDRY, D. PRICE, K. PRICE, P. RABON, B. SMITH, D. TUGGLE, D. WEBB, G. WHITE, K. WRIGHT, SCOTT GRANT, SECRETARY: PAM RABON, PRESIDENT: GAIL WHITE, TREASURER! VANESSA ELLIOTT, VICE PRESDENT INOT PICTUREDASUSAN HERRIN, KATHERINE SHUGART, ADVISERS. THE LOOK D GREATNESS STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS! SCOTT GRANT- SECRETARY, PAM RABON - PRESIDENT. GAIL WHITE - TREASURER, AND VANESSA ELLIOTT - VICE PRESIDENT. STUDENT COUNCIL BEGAN ITS YEARLY ACTIVITIES BY SENDING PRESIDENT, PAM RABON AND VICE PRESIDENT. VANESSA ELLIOTT TD A WORKSHOP AT MARS HILL COLLEGE. THE GOAL WAS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT STUDENT LEADERSHIP. IT WAS A SUCCESS AS PAM AND VANESSA GAINED VALUABLE INFORMATION TO HELP THE TRINITY HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. IN AUGUST, THE STUDENT COUNCIL MADE COPIES OF THE STUDENT HANDBOOK, THERE WERE OVER I,OOO COPIES MADE FOR THE FACULTY AND STUDENT BODY. THEY ALSO HAD AN ICE CREAM SOCIAL FOR TEACHERS BEFORE SCHOOL OFFICIALLY STARTED. THIS HELPED I'COOL"THE TEACHERS ON A VERY HOT DAY. AS USUAL. ORIENTATION WAS A BIG DEAL FOR FRESHMEN. IT GAVE THEM A CHANCE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT TIIE TRINITY HIGH CAMPUS. THE STUDENTS WERE WELCOMED BY MR. FARIIOW AND STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS. ONE OF TIIE BIGGEST EVENTS OF THE SCHOOL YEAR WAS HOMECOMINC WEEK. THE STUDENT COUNCIL WAS IN CHARGE OF ALL HOMECOMINC WEEK ACTIVITIES INCLUDING THE HOMECOMINC COURT AND HOMECOMINC DANCE. IN NOVEMBER. TIIE STUDENT COUNCIL PREPARED A TURKEY DINNER FOR THE FACULTY. IT WAS SERVED DURING FOURTH PERIOD MUCH TO TIIE DELIGHT OF TIIE FACULTY. AT CHRISTMAS, THE STUDENT COUNCIL PRESENTED ITS TALENT SHOW. TIIERE WERE APPROXIMATELY THIRTEEN CONTESTANTS. WHIIE PREPARING FOR THE TALENT SHOW. THE STUDENT COUNCIL TOOK TIME TO GO CHRISTMAS CAROLING AT WESLEYAN ARMS. THEY ASLO DELIVERED CANDY CANES TO THE PEOPLE. FINALLY. THE STUDENT COUNCIL SPONSORED A MR. AND MRS. SANTA CLAUS CONTEST. THE WINNER FOR SANTA CLAUS WAS MR. DAVID HARRIS AND THE WINNER FOR MRS. CLAUS WAS MS. PHERBY GRAHAM. THE STUDENT COUNCIL ENDED ITS YEARLY ACTIVITIES WITII A VALENTINE DANCE. THEY ALSO SOLD VALENTINE SUGKERS TO THE STUDENT BODY. TIIE STUDENTS AT TRINITY HIGH APPRECIATED THE STUDENT COUNCIL FOR ITS INVOLVEMENT AND HELP IN MAKING THE SCHOOL YEAR MORE FUN. 8' D . MV5' . Q, i!'f?fl! Q. I SK IYIEIAKIKOFCREATNESSSTUDENTCOUNCILIUUA-UOTIIEIOOKUFCREATWESSSTUDENTCOUNCILI93485THEIAKIKOFCIIEATNESSSTUDENTCOUNCILT984-UUTIIEIAKIKUFCREATWESSSTUDENTCOUNCILT984-85TIIEIAMIKUFUREATNESSSTUDENTCUUNCILIOUGSIUWIEUMIKOFCREAWIESSSTUDENTCOU if IIIII I "'R' . A. 1' A Y' .FI fi fi - 1 S ' I Q 1 ' ' K, T m u y T E-'aw Q E F I 1 3 T T E L lltzliic scum: 'B' KS YQ 2 , f R 43. H .M X ,411 126 STUDENT COUNCIL ...W ff.-M' A' If 1 STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS .IUNIDR REPRESENTATIVES: KEITH KIM, MARK CAMPBELL, VANESSA ELLIDTI, DAWN HDBBS, EMILY LASSITER, ANITA ANDREWS. DAVID WEBB, AND KAREN FERGUSON. SUPIIUMORE REPRESENTATIVES: MARK HURN, SCDTT GRANT, KIM PRICE. TESS ELLIUTI, KELLY HALL, AND WENDI LAWRIMURE. Vi,, N H , i f T 5 I I L SENIUR RERRESENTATIVESI CIIRISTA PENDRY, JUIIN KIM, KEVIN WRIGHT, SIIERRY COOPER, FRESHIAAN REPRESENTATIVES: DEANNA PRICE, STACY DWENS, BETH SMITII, KIM IIALL, PAM RAEUN, CHRISTY KEY, KRISTINE KEITH, AND JAN MARTIN. CATIIY KIM, TINA IIILL, SIIERRI BARNES, AND GAIL WIIITE. A-85 TIIELUUKUFCREATNESSSTUDENTCOUNCILI984fSCTIIELUOKUFGREATNESSSTUDENTCUUNCILI98485 TIIEIDOKOFCREATNESSSTUDENTCUUNCIL1 984-SUTIIEIDUKUF GREATNESSSTUDENTCDU NCILI 984-85 TIIELUUKDFCREATNESSSTUDENTCUUNCIL1 984-SSIIIEIDOKOFGREATNESSSTUDENT M'-'A a AT' I I LIRER I PI A L,?,,, A::lv 2 ,,,1 I W R ,R,Ie M!! Y, I A ILEI I YIIYA IIIA , , A , , I' 1 A a 5-,b W I STUDENT CUUNCIL T27 NN TNE GNENTNT IIN TTINI ,,,mIG,wExInI IINTINE I Wm., ENERINN mmm, I MINI IIN. SIRI , GAIIENNIGNNSIIN' TNT NNI ITTVWTGIIYIIINI' IIIIIIIGIIINTINSFTNIISIN. mm Nm. mm- ,NTI IIIMISTI ' IEIEN sum, mem ETIINENTE NIR WQIQR, TGNT ENEEN, E Nm, SIIERRT I' RIGHT VIGE PRES PIITRIGIIISIIIALI SEC DAVID CLARK TREAS REXIINNE BENNETT SHERRY GIIIIPER SUSAN IIIINT, GIIRISTY JGIINSGN, GHRISTY KEY, DEBRA IANFGRIJ, ANGELA VEIIS1 GREG TIIGGLE- PRES., KEVIN W - ., - ., - ., , , LIIIIIRIITIIRE, SIIELLEY IIIVE, JAN MARTIN, GINGER GAKLEY, SIIELLY PETERSON, KIIII RIDGE, RENEE SGIIRBGRII, DEEIJEE SMITH, IIARLA TEAGIIE, AIIVISER1 IIIRS. IIENNERLY. 128 STUDENTS FUR CHRIST, VEHS VICA2 DAVID CLARK - PRES., ALLEN SIHVES - V. PRES., DONNA BECK - SEC., JEFF DRIGCERS - TREAS., LISA YDRK - REPDRT ER, RICHARD TUCKER - SERCEANT AT ARNIS, DANIEL KEARIIS - PARLIAMENTARIAN, ADVISER - MR. CENTRY. VICAZ LADDNNA IIALL - PRES., DEBBIE CLARK - V. PRES., RICKY IDCKIIART - SEC.. LYNN HOLDER - TREAS., LARRY SMITH - CHAPLAIN, SHARMDN DEYETIE, RDDNEY KINNEY. VAN LEDBETIER, TERRY MANSELL, WILLIAM MCCDY. ADIVSER - MS. CRANE. VICA. VICA 129 fwfmgmum, .QW ,f ,I ,, ,xx. WMM l30 YEARBOUK wig? AWE ,. xx , Q2 E af! 1 X as 32 551 3 335 i ?EEfiE!Ei E EE Eii 5 E YEARBOOK 131 ' FIRE MARSHALS. GUIDANCE, TRINITY HIGH SCIIOOL HAD A DIVERSE STUDENT BODY DURING THE 1981-S5 SCIIOOL YEAR. FOUR DIFFERENT AND UNIQUE CLASSES DOMINATD THE ACADEMIC LIFE AT T.H.S. THE LITTLE FRESHMEN WERE KNOWN AS THE NEWEST AND YOUNGEST GROUP OF THE FOUR. THEY WERE AT THE DOTIOM OF THE UST AND IIAD TO DO EVERYTHING LAST. FRESHMEN WERE PICKED ON AID NOT ALLOWED TO JOIN MANY CLIQUES. TIIEY WERE REQUIRED TD TAKE AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION. NO WONDER TIIEY WERE REQUESTED TO WEAR GREEN DURING IKIMECOMING WEEK. TTIESOPIIOMORESWERENOTONTHERO'ITOM,BUTVERYCIOSETOIT. TIEYCOUIDMYTDRIVETO SCIKIOLORLEAVEEARLY ATTTIEE1DOFTTIEDAY.MANYSOPIKIMORESWEIHIMITMIICHREITEROFF HIANTIIEFRESIIMEN.STILLONEPOSITIVESIDEOFREINGASOPIKIMOREWASTIIETIIOUGHTOFIIO LONGER BEING A FRESHMAN. THE JUNIORS WERE ONE STEP AWAY FROM BEING TOP "DOG" AND ONE S'IEP AWAY FROM GRADUATION. MANY JUNIORS RECEIVED IETTER JACKETS AND GLASS RINGS JIINIORS WERE GIVEN PERMISSION TO DIRVE TO SCHOOL EACH JUNIOR WAS KNOWN TOR HIS TEASING OF SOPHOMORES AND FRESIUAEN. BUT IN THE IAHIG RUN, IT WAS TIIAT JUNIOR WIKI RECEIVED THE SAME TREATMENT FROM SENIORS THUS, LIFE AT TRINITY IIIGH SCHOOL CONSISTED OF MORE TIIAN ONE THOUSAND UNDERCLASSMEN TRYING TD ITMJ TIIEIR PLACES EXCITRIG, BORING AIID STRAINING WERE ITM REST WORDS TD DESCRIRE A TYPICAL DAY FOR Mm IF THE CLASSES OF 1986, 1987, 1988. MOTION PICTURES X N is QS' QS' Q35 Q 134 JUNIUR CLASS 0H'1CERS W SSS - - IN THE VALLI UE THE GIANT IT WAS NDT THE EASIEST CDURSE UN CAMPUS, BUT IT WAS UNE IW TIIE AIDST DISCUSSED SUBJECTS. STUDENTS QUICKLY LEARNED THAT CIIEIIHCALS CHANGE WHEN THEY ARE CUTIBINED. THEY AISD DISCDYEHED THAT A NEW CIWAISTRY TEACHER BRDUCIIT MANY CHANGES IN TEACIHNG AND IADDRATDRY METHODS. THERE WAS MUCH TENSIDN AND STUDENTS CUIAPLAIHED ABDUT THE DIFFICULTY DF THE CLASS. IT WAS THE HAHA ACADEMIC PDCUS AIIIDNG .IIINIDRS DURUICTIIEYEARSTILLNODNEIlIUB'I'EDTIIEFACTTIIATTIIE S'I'UDEIITSWIIDTIXIKCIIEIIISTRYUIDERMR.VAIIIWDUIDRE PREPARED FDR CHUM CHEIIUSTRY. COME DINE WITH ME IT WAS THE IIRST YEAR AT THE PROM FOR MANY JUNIORS, BUT THE EXPECTATION AIID ANT ICIPATION AWAITED ALL OF THEM. GIRLS WERE ANXIOUS TO FIND TIIE MONT DRESS AND ONE TIIAT NO ONE ELSE IIAD. OUYS WERE NOT AS ANXIOUS TO SPEND THEIR MONEY FOR JUST ONE NIGHT. THEY IIAD SAVED IT TOO LONG TO LOSE IT ON JUST ONE OIRL. DUT, AS MOST WOULD AGREE, THE MONEY SAVED AND SPENT WAS WORTH IT. .IUNIORS RECEIVED HIGH DIVIDEIIDS. IT MUST ALSO BE REMEMBERED THAT FOR THE PROM TO BE SUCCESSFUL. JUNIORS HAD TO RAISE TIIE NEEDED MONEY TO RENT THE TOP OF THE MART FOR AN EVENING. TIHEY SOID DINNER TICKETS WITH THE IIELP OT ALL JUNIOR HOMEROOM TEACHERS. WITHOUT THE REVENUE FROM THE TICKETS, TIIE EXPIYIIATIOY AMI ANIWATYII IEEE PRAM WIAID NH' HAVE BEEN POSSIBIE. ANTIOIPATION: IT'S SO GOOD FRESIHAEN SOPHOMORES AND JONIORS OF TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL HAVE DREAMED OF BEING A SENIOR AT LEAST ONCE IN TIIEIR LIFETIME. TIIE PRIVILEGE OF BEING A SENIOR AT T.H.S. INCLUDED BEIIIG TIIE OLDEST AND MOST OBSERVED PEOPLE IN TIIE SCHOOL, GETTING TO MARCH IN AT ASSEMBLIES VISITING WASHINGTON D.C. IN THE SPRING, AIID CELEBRATING ON GRADHATION NIGHT MEMBERS OF TIIE JUNIOR CLASS WERE ALSO INVOLVED III THE CAP AND GOWN CEREMONY. ALTHOUGH, IT WAS NOTHING NEW IT DID GIVE ALL JUNIORS THEIR FIRST EXPERIENCE OF BECOMHIG A SENIOR MANY JONIORS ENJOYED TIIE CAPPING CEREMONY SO MHCH TIIAT TIIEY BEGAN COHNTHIG TIIE DAYS TO TIIE END OF TIIE SCHOOL YEAR AND TIIE START OF TIIEIR SENIOR YEAR WISHING TO BE A SENIOR WAS THE FAVORITE DREAM FOR TIIE JONIORS. SOZAMA LEACH JOEL IAIVE MARSHA MARTIN BETH MCDONALD JAY NCKEE CLEDA TESTER DONNA IHNSFORD ANGIE MASTROGIANAKIS IIRISTI NCDOWELL TODD MCMAIIAN DAVID LIIDSEY MIKE MABE TANIA MAYSONET BOBBI MCGOIRE MIKE MELTON USA LOPP SANDRA MARSH MISIY MOCRACKEN KIM IMIINTYRE ANGELA MILLER KEEPING UP TO DATE- EACH YEAR THE STUDENT BODY AT TRINITY HIGH HAS A FUND RAISER. STUDENTS STRIVE TO RAISE ENOUGII MONEY TO IMPROVE ONE PARTICULAR AREA OF IIIE SCHOOL TIIE FOCUS IS ON TIIE AREA WHICH NEEDS TIIE MOST IMPROVEMENT, THIS YEAR, STUDENTS SOLD ENOUGH CALENDARS TO CLEAN AND TO LANDSCAPE TIIE AREA IN FRONT OF THE GYM. IN OIUIER FOR THE FUND RAISER TO RE POSSIBLE, A PERSON WAS NEEDED WHO COULD HANDLE TIIE JOB. SHARON JOINES WAS SELECTED BECAUSE SHE COULD WITHSTAIID TIIE PRESSURE OF OIIE TIIOUSAIID STUDENTS SCREAMING FOR THEIR CALENDARS. MIS NMFS, AIL HMHIM IEAIHDIS. CAIEDAR CAPTAIN. SIIIEIIS AND ADMINISTRATORS MADE OUR IOSISO SCHOOL YEAR FUIID RAISER A HUGE SUCCESS. 144 JUNIORS ve- ? , if K... -we-'mf 'N . Wfx SOPHONIORE SPIRIT SCOTT GRANT IT WAS A BIG RELIEF NOT BEING FRESIIMEN AS Ss KELLY HALL SOPHONDRES SEEIHED IO ENJOY TIIEIR SECOND YEAR AT TRINITY HIGH NDRE THAN TIIEIR FIRST. THEY WERE MORE ACTIVE AT PEP RALLIES AND PARIICIPATED NORE IN EVENTS AROUND CAMPUS. THE SOPHOMORE CLASS WAS LED BY FOUR SUPER STIIDENTS. THE I9SAf85 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS WERE PRESIDENT! SCOTT GRANT, VICE PRESIDENT! KELLY HALL, SECRETARY: WENDY LAWRIMORE, AND TREA- SURERZ LIBBY CRATER. -QWQQM WENDY LAWRIMORE Y 'Q' IIBBY CRITER SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 145 .A ww'-ff' ,NM Jul. FIRST TIME AMONG TEE MANY ACTIVITIES A EXPERIENCES DURING HIS LIFETIME WAS RIS JOBS USUALLY OCCURRED DUR NG ONES SOPNOMORE YEAR. DURING TUE WEEKEND OR AFTER SCIIOOL. STUDENTS USUALLY WORKED AT AREA BUSINESSES INCLUDING MCDONALDS, K-MART. AND BURGER KING. TUE MONEY THEY EARNED WAS USED FOR BUYING CARS OR CIAITRES OR SAVINGS EOR COLLEGE. TRESE FIRST JOBS EOR STUDENTS MAY NDT IIAVE BEEN TUE MOST EXCITING ONES, BUT IT WAS A LIVING! nil if 5 E 2 S j: 4 fi ASS OF 1987 SOPHOWRES 149 SJPHOMORES X, CLASS OF 1987 f 7 3 N S N S f DEN . .. . .. . . .. . . N FRESH OFF THE THE M RGEST OF THE FOUR ms Bmcxs TINA.TIIIIMIIII TIIE SECRETARY OF THE CLASS OF 1988 IS DOUC TUCCLE ESPECIALLY WHEN ONE RECEIVED VERY LITTLE ATTENTION AND RESPECT. IT WAS ALSO HARD BEING A LEADER OF THIS CLASS. DUT FOUR STUDENTS CONTRIBUTED CREATLY TO ITS SUCCESS THEY WIRE CATHY KIM, LEICH RICE, DOUC TUGCLE AND TINA HILL TINA HILL HELPS LEAD TIIE FRESHMEN AS TREASURER. XXXXXXKXXXXXXXXXXX lllllllllllllllllllll FRESHIYIEN CLASS OFFICERS 155 f f 7 Q ,., gfgf: 'ATTJ 553 gi 'p,,fiLf"" sa f",-'X 4' N it -fg ' Q... T, is LOCIIOUT A NEW SCHOOL REQUIRED MUOH ADJUSTMENT ONE SUCH USE TO NEW LOOKEIIS TIIINITYS LOOIIEIIS WERE LITTLE OH NO IIOOM TO STORE JUNIIY MESS SUCH AS NK SIMPLY COULD NOT EIT INTO THE LOOIIERS TEXTBOOKS AND NOTEBOOKS AND KEPT OIHLFHIENDS WHO SAID FRESIIMEN WERENT N V xx if Y swmnwoxm'cammaN 1 E nuH'r.samzsPom4c is my ms mnmasmmw Y "RRR .4 HESECI'DN"lMlJGH"!SDHMA1'EDNHDEW1DlHDHESl1DEi'YEDYRECEESRMY DURING 'I'HE1984f1985 SCIRIR, YEAR AT MRTY. 'HE ADMISTRAIUIE, DERRS FARIDW, LARRY WRGMMDDARRH1.SAWERSSTUDTAMW0lKlRllHBEYRlR.REFACULWINCLlDHJMMY VEfERMiSMRARRWRGlGES.HEYHEw31iXZElTHHBRPEW'ECfTEAM.STMDRRlBEW REFAGULWMDTRERDRWSTRATMBWWHMYRMPBWQRKHGPEIPIEREWSITDINWTTCE MDCARFPElMSfRH'3,PLUSRE1EAClm'AMPEIFJRMWHLFORRESIlRlLMSTBUT SUREl.Y!RYTlEASTWERE11EGl.WNCEDEPRMA!B11ERWRCRif!RRHEYML1KlNHJ TUGETIERTRRSYRARFURRBIGSRMRTIWPATEILEAIUGIMNHWIILBR BY 'HE ENTIRE STWENP BODY RR 'HEYRARSTRMR AIHISIRATW, FRGIRTY M0 STM 16 WE ARE FAMILY MEMBERS OF THE ADM NISTRATION ENRICHED EACH STU- DENT'S LIFE AT SOME POINT DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR. MR. DENNIS FARLOW, HEAD PR NCIPAL AND MR. LARRY MORGAN AND DR. DARRELL SAUNDERS, ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS MADE TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL A WELL ESTABLISHED EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM FOR THE COMMUNITY. THESE THREE MEN GAVE COMPLETELY FOR THE GOOD OF THE SCHOOL. THE OFFICE STAFF WAS THE HEART OF SCHOOL AS THE SECRETARIES KEPT THE SYSTEM FLOWING. THEY DID THEIR JOBS WITH EASE AND EFFICIENCY. THE FACULTY AND THE STUDENTS AT TRINITY HIGH WERE GOVERNED BY THE BEST DURING THE 1984-85 SCHOOL YEAR. THANKS FOR A JOB WELL DONE. GRACE BURTON. SECRETARY 'A MR. DENNIS FARDOW. PRINCIPAL MR. LARRY MORGAN, ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL ELAINE DAVIS, SECRETARY 166 ADMIMSTRATION DR. DARRELL SAUNDERS, ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL iS ANDREA WOJCIECHOWSKI, SECRETARY HIIDA BRADY, TREASURER TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL WAS FORTIINATE TO HAVE AN ,L La A f 'PS 1, 'S og 7 H. kg 1 W, 5. . 5 I gn E 4.4 5 N2 R ,gg 41,32 ef' sm I Ag f , Ie. Awww -955 by- 143551 ,f ' r' . 5 '.sW'-" iff ,, ,f 'wgw,,,f ,fl +L if? ui? :ik wi, 4 Af Mw A 3.91 I, Q' 4:2311 wywf fi'-gf ,I-1 454 , gwxasefi v. iWfl'1,qv . -QNMQ I , N ,Q HJ- -ff, ww, ,+f,yg,,g1-f !5.f'.wf,, A SCHOOL YEAR STUDENTS SPENT MIICH OF THEIR FREE ' H V News A 14nwz4,wf TINIE SEARCHING FOR VALUADLE INFORMATION FROM Ig iii! 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' 1- 4, wa., M, J C ,11,.Iff,l,K1.,E INV, , 'r.z2':2s Tami? ufwmf, A 1 GUIDANCE ICI HELP IS ON THE WAY MRS GUPTON GIVES A HELPING HAND TO MIKE ARMSTRONG THE MEDIA CENTER IS THE MOST POPULAR PLACE TO STUDY EACH TIME A STUDENT NEEDED HELP IN RESEARCHING A PROJECT MAKING COPIES OF A BOOK OR FINDING A BOOK HE CALLED FOR ONE OF THE LIBRARIANS THESE LADIES HELPED MANY STUDENTS DURING THIS YEAR AND WERE APPRECI ATED FOR THEIR TIME AND HARD WORK STUDENTS AND FACULTY OF TRINITY HIGH WOULD LIKE TO THANK MARGUERITE GUP TON JANE CHANDRA NANCY ROBERTS AND EYANGELINE FREEMAN FOR THEIR HELP IN THE MEDIA CENTER' NANCY ROBERTS EVANGELINE FREEMAN TEACHERS HAVE CLASS S ROY ALLEN PATRICIA AIDRIDCE ENGLISH VOCATIONAUBUSINESS ANN AIIRED PAUL BARNES ENGLISH IHSIORY ml' QU' ""W Z .M Digs Q JANE BEESON KAREN BLACKBURN VOCATIONAUHEALTII OCCHPATIONS VOCATIONALXRUSINESS . L L As X i I A . 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BUSINESS I - ff KIM STEED MIKE STEED VOCATIONAL HISTORY Vw -as 3 my T JUDY SULLIVAN KATRINA SULLIVAN DONNA THORNBURG HENRY VALLI ENGLISH FRENCH MATH SCIENCE ITA TEACIIERS .k-.1- 1 L BxX S ESASSS . CIIARLIE WHITE CHERYL WEIGERT BRENDA WILSON JERRY WINNETT PHYSICAL EDUCATION RESOURCE RESOURCE PHYSICAL EDUCATION , 5. I SERVING WITH PRIDE TIIE DAY OF A CAFETERIA WORKER BEGAN AT 7:30 IN TIIE MORIIING AND ENDED AT 2:OO IN TIIE AFTERNOON. AS USIIAL. TIIE CAFETERIA LADIES REGEIVEO VERY LITTLE RECOGNITION FOR TIIEIR IIARD WORK IN PREPARING FIVE MEAIS A WEEK FOR I,2OO STUDENTS. DESPITE TIIE AGGRAVATION AND IIASSLES OF MANY STUDENTS, A SMILE WAS ALWAYS SEEN ON ALL GAFETERIA WORKERS. TIIE CAFETERIA STAFF DEFINITELY DESERVED CONGRA- TULATIONS FOR A JOB WELL DONE. E' I RIIBY WELBORN. GAFETERIA MANAGER. W if . . if QL II K.. ,av II. WI, IIIII GRAY IST ANDINGI IIN TD ER RIIBY WEIBDHN- IIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIWV ,XII SDMYIIT- , ILTIOYD. GOIDIE my DIYI AND N IIIIIIIIIIIIIY- IFIVLNWNIIIII. IIIII IIIIIIIIIIII SI ARRETIN YTWNN INN ORKS HARD IN PLANNING WELL-BALANGED MEALS FOR AIL STIIDENTS. ww ,W FRESIIMEN BOBBY MCCROSKEY xfx bat Y . "k. M , ,,., 'mx , I' I I SHORT IIIIII -P ER AND IISA IIIIIIII ENIOY I IIIII SNAGK NNN THERESA IIPYAA PERIOD AND JIM APPLE LOVE TIIE OLDER WOMEN AT TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL. CAFETERLA STAFF V5 DOING IT WITH STYLE FIOYD IIERNDON DONAID ELLIS CUSNNJIANSIAIY TNE CUSIODIAN STAIF WAS TO BE CONORATULATED FOR ITS EFFORT DURING IIIE 19844985 SCIIOOL YEAR. THEY PUT IN MANY IONO HOURS BEFORE AIID AFTER SCIIOOL AND IIIEY RECEIVED VERY LII'TLE RECOOIUTION. MARINE D. BROWN FIOYD IIERNDON DONAID EILIS AND ROLAND INGRAIII KEPT CLASSROOMS RESTROOMS AND WALKWAYS CLEAN. TRINITY IUGH SURYIVED 'I'IIE SCIIOOL YEAR BECAUSE OF I'IIEIR SUPPORT AND IIARD WORK. 'Q . ' I 559'-' "1 A-TS, A - ,. .-:f-- gf- -H . ,- .,, . .. . ,.,..,h-, v -.. . 4 ' .g,.... 4,4 , .V -I., ' - -- 'N 'gg5w19g5,34:'f,--?:'3.:ff.'-1.j3y,-ff5.3.7 f, 'rf- ff' F'fi'1fi?:ZY54r::531SfF'1 'A ' 'xes:'4'.L1r+f"P 'TF . Y Vlfbl, rf , , 1.21: angie 3' -.- '--' . , F 91: 4 -1'-EXW: x I '- ' 53-. ' :fir E DOG DAYS DIARY .sk THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL BEGAN WITH MANY SMILES, HUGS AND CIIEERFUL FACES, BUT THE BOREDOM OF CLASSES AND HOMEWORK SOON ARRIVED. TO RELIEVE TIIE BOREDOM OF SCHOOL, PERFORMANCES BY KEN HELSER AND THE AIR FORCE BAND WERE ARRANGED. TIIERE WERE ALSO PEP RALLIES ON FRIDAY AFTERNOONS TO GIVE STUDENTS A CIIANCE TO LET OFF STEAM. FALL BROUGHT THE ANNUAL TRINITY HIGH BAND COUNTRY FAIR. THE PURPOSE OF TIIE FAIR WAS TO RAISE WINEY FOR ALL BAND MEMBERS. TIIE GAZEBO WAS COMPLETED AND DEDICATED IN OCTOBER, HONORING DUKE UNIVERSITY AND TRINITY COLLEGE. TIIE VARIOUS ELECTIONS INCLUDING THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION TOOK PLACE IN NOVEMBER. TIIE FBLA ALSO IIEID A MOCK ELECTION. NATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK OCCURRED DURING THIS MONTH, AND TIIANKSG VING DINNER WAS SERVED TO THE FACULTY ON TIIE TUESDAY BEFORE TURKEY DAY. TIIE VARIOUS CLUBS AIID STUDENTS WERE INVOLVED IN TIIE ARCIIDALE CIIRISTMAS PARADE AND OPERATION SANTA CLAUS. BOTH EVENTS WERE HUGE SUCCESSES. FINALLY, THERE WAS LOVERS' DAY ON TIIE CAMPUS OF TRINITY HIGH IN FEBRUARY. STUDENT COUNCIL SPONSORED VARIOUS EVENTS INCLUDIIIG A SUCKER SALE TO HONOR ST. VALENTINES DAY. . I Q 5 THE END OF SUMMER TIIE LAST TIME TO LAYOUT IN THE SUN WAS CONE AIID THERE WERE NO MORE WEEKENDS LEFT BEFORE 'IHE START OF SCHOOL. THERE WERE ONLY THOUGHTS OF NEW CLASSES AND NEW TEACHERS AND NO MORE SOAP OPERAS AND FAST FOODS. IT WAS HARD WAKING UP AT 6:30 A.M. INSTEAD OF THAT NORMAL HOUR OF IIZOO A.M., BUT MOST STUDENTS DID IT. MANY MADE IT TO SCHOOL AIID TIIEY ADJUSTED TO NEW CLASSES. ALL STUDENTS LOOKED FORWARD TO BALLGAMES, PARTIES AND HOMECOMINC. IT WAS ALSO NICE MEETING NEW GUYS AND GIRLS AND HANGING AROUND WITH OLD FRIENDS. MEMBERS OF TIIE CLASS OF I985 WERE NOW TIIE BIG PEOPLE ON CAMPUS. WHILE MEMBERS OF TIIE CLASS OF 1988 WERE TIIE NEW KIDS ON TIIE BIOCK. BEING BACK IN SCHOOL WASN'T SO BAD. IT MADE VACATIONS WOR'TH WIULE. AKIST STIIDENTS WERE READY FOR TIIE NEW SCHOOL YEAR. FIRST DAY IF SCIKKIL 7 :fig xl . QW' 05's fl , . Wifi I Q l I so 4 l , I if JW ACCORDING TO soma svunwrs. ssmons no IT ms sm. Wu A 15-1 s- - Q 1' i.: on 5 Down -4- ALL VOD NEED IS A LITTLE MOTIVATION ONE GREAT SPEAKER THIS VEAR WAS KEN IIELSER. IIE SENT CIHLLS OP STIIDENTS' SPINES WITH HIS TALES AIID STORIES. MS MESSAGE WAS CLEAR, "IF ONE WANTS TO DO SOMETIIING AND TO MAKE SOMETHING OE ONES LIFE, IIE MUST NEVER GIVE UP." ACCORDING TO KEN HELSER, MOTIVATION MEANT TIIE WILLPOWER TO DO SOMETHING AIID TIIE KNOWLEDGE THAT ONE CAN DO IT. IIE RELATED MOTIVATION TO TIIE STIIDENIS AT TRIMTY MGH EV TELLING TIIE STORY OF THE LITTLE RED CABOOSE WHICH TRIED TO GET DP TIIE HILL. IT KEPT SAYING, "I THINK I CAN, I THINK I CAN." "I THIMI I CAN" - THAT IS WIIAT MOTIVATION IS ALL ABOUT. 4,7 ,f KEN unsafe Rsmss nm msmm or mmvmou m me swnsms N-V N WN KEN IIEISER 179 1 . H . . U TX ' 1 3 .E www ?R"""""""? Jumoss comssss ms ms moss ssusssss smss. cossn mnsuss mcssssss sus moms os ssunsuss sms ssscnsss. WHY ARE WE CAUHJ YHE COUNTRY ON VARIOUS ERIDAYS DURING THE FOOTBALL SEASON, ONE HEARD V I BUYS? Q ' THE RDAR OF SPIRITED BULLDOGS AND THE SOUNDS OF MUSIC AND IE' NUIHERDUS CHEERS. THEY WERE THE SOUNDS OF A PEP RALLY. A A j, HANGING FROM THIRTY MINUTES T0 AN HDUR AND A HALF, PEP , B I V A 1 RALLIES RRDUGHT DUT THE SPIRIT AND ENTHUSIASIH OF ALL TRINITY Q f' L 2 D ' STUDENTS. IT TDGR THE FRESHIHEN A COUPLE OF WEEKS T0 ADAPT I A: ? Y-W I fwf' "T A T0 THESE EVENTS, HUT BY THE THIRD PEP RALLY, THEY WERE m W I . -f uf! 's f Ex M f mg' ATTEMPTING T0 "OUT-SHUUTY THE REST OF THE STUDENT BODY. ' H' qv u.. J J H W AFTER EACH PEP RALLY, THE CHEERS. YELLS, AND ENTHUSIASIYI ' '. - ' I Q uvsn ON IN THE misss OF ALL summons. Iso PEP Rswss Pj l IN I - FLYING HIGH TD THE BEAT UN SEPTEMBER IS, 1984, THE AIR FORCE BAND PERFURMED AN OUTSTANDING CDNCERT FUR THE STUDENT BUDY DP TRINITY HIGH. EXPECTED T0 BE A MARCHINC-STYLE BAND BY THE STUDENTS, THE AIR FORCE BAND TURNED DUT T0 BE A NICE SURPRISE FUR MANY. SINGING SUCH SDNCS AS "THE HEART UF ROCK-N-RDLL", "GHUSTBUSTERS", AND NUMERUUS UTHERS, THE AIR FURCE BANDIS MANY EXCELLENT ROCK PERFDRMERS DELIGHTED TIIEIR SPECTATORS. TIIE AIR FURCE BAND WAS UNE UF TRINITY HIGH SCHODL'S GREATEST PERFDRMERS DF THE YEAR. 'I' III III III ---U nun IUHK BREAKERS D ff L.. A H ., moan, TINA wma. UMM Ima Mmmmsmasks smss mm TD some E- ...-N-5 W III III I IVE I II M TI ...L..1.1--T ,......1....11 IOVE A TRUE BLUE DOOKIEI RINGING OF THE BELL 6 . Q A .VI , - N I . . -1 .4:7V'5w3Um-PEN , '7 f mf. wrfaw' 'Qi 'T' A'-"'-Rm - I I ' ,,.,.....ww. -A Y fm -L f .Q ---, 5- YS -1 T Y p., 7, ,Mya-m,' ..-vw" "fk'fS7:3Of'm"' R fag? ' X F P ' - 'V 1, - I PHOTOGRAPIIERS SWARM I'IIE GAZEBO TO CAPTURE I'IIE IHSTORIC EVENT IN PICTURES AS TIIE BELL IS RUNG. mm smm, me vnasmsm ov nuns me umm. I82 GAZEBO DEDICATION UNIVERSITY AND A FORMER GOVERNOR OF N.C.. ADDRESSES TIIE DEDICATION UF PICTURES OF mmm 00 LLEGE Arm ns sr ,I.1 WAY w0Ks OF slmxmw CRAVEN. UDUUS 'UD FUD ARF DISPLAYED AT msnEn1cArl0N W me UN OCTOBER TTH THE TRINITY COLLEGE MEMORIAL GAZEBO WAS DEDICATED ON THE CAMPUS OF BRAXTON CRAVEN SCHOOL. THE GAZEBO HOUSES THE ORIGINAL TRINITY COLLEGE BELL, WHICH WAS DONATED BY DUKE UNIVERSITY. TERRY SANFORD, THE PRESIDENT OF DUKE UNIVERSITY AND A FORNIER GOVERNOR OF N.C., MADE THE DEDICATION SPEECH. MANY FORMER STUDENTS OF TRINITY COLLEGE ATTENDED AS WELL AS MANY COMMUNITY MENIBERS. THE BLUE CREW ALSO PERFORMED AT THE CEREMONY. TIIE GAZEBO GIVES TRINITY AN ATTRACTIVE MONUMENT TO REMEMBER PAST HISTORY. BE THE BIG MAN ON CAMPUS! A COUNTRY TRADITION THE ANNUA L HIGH SCHOOL OII BOOSTERS SPON SCHOOL MARCH AND YARD SALE AND FOOD BANDS PERFORI HELD. THE COII THE PURPO THE BLUE GREY EXPENSES. GOO JS WERE SO I.ED AND A TEST WAS COUNTRY FA OCTOBER 6. SORED THE IG BAND. BA TEMS, AS W EY BR W IR AUCTION WAS HELD AT THE THE ARCIIDALE-TRINITY BAND ENT FOR THE TRINITY HIGH GED GOODS, CRAFTS, GAMES ELL AS HOMEMADE ICE CREAM LD. THE ARCHDALE-TRINITY EAKDANCING CONTEST WAS ON BY THE BREAK CREW. SE AR WAS TO RAISE MONEY FOR I FOR FUTURE BAND CONTESTS AND TRAVEL OF THE F IIIHM IN HL Mm IIN M HA mum ma. GLCMDSIUID SLGSLUSIUYNNRUNNDYYFYYXW MMDB ANN km ww MSDN D.. 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Qu-SAO Q-V7 Oxfxxl ,, ff' if WHOSE MSDN NOON ISHN OOPS MSDN S4 NOVEMBER 6 GOVERNMENT ff X WHOLE COUNTRY ON TO VOTE FOR THEIR AND IN SOME CASES THE REAGAN AND IIEIMS ARE ALL SMILES AFTER THEY RECEIVED THE NEWS OF THEIR VICTORIES THERE ARE NO EMPTY VOTINC BOOTHS TO BE FOUND ON NOVEMBER 6'I'H. ffffffff NEXT FOUR OR STUDENTS HELD THEIR OWN ELECTION THE SAME RESULTS AS THE TRUE WAS VOTED IN AS PRESIDENT FOR YEARS AS HE DEFEATED HIS OPPONENT WALTER STATE ALSO CHOSE JIM MARTIN 186 ELECTIONS AS THE NEW JOIN THE WINNING TEAM! 111 ff fffffffif 1 H:"'.7-W .JT Z DEBATE STUDENTS WORK HARD BUT THEY ARE REWARDED WITH MANY VICTORIES AND TROPIIIES. EDUCATION IS A SOUIID INVESTMEIIT IN AMERICA! CIIEMISTS KAMIE CARICO AND LISA LOPP DEMONSTRATE TIIE PROPER WAY TO LIGIIT A BUNSEN BURNER. X X1 11 NATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK AT TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL WAS HELD TIIE WEEK OF NOVEMBER I3 16. MANY DIFFERENT EVENTS AROUND CAMPUS DURING THAT WEEK. A A STUDENT OF THE DAY MANY EXHIBITS THE SCHOOL PARENTS TOOK THE PLACE OF TIIE PURPOSE OF THE WEEK IVAS TO TEACH THE VALUE OF AN EDUCATION. THE WEEK WAS EXCITING, BUT IT WAS ALSO EDUCATIONAL. NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL WEEK 187 , Q Q . gf Y l H , . M..,g ff Lf' ?'z5 41? Q if IE QI,-zu Ulf 4 D-"' ,ii - if 3 TIIEIR THANKSGIVINC DINNER WITHA THANKSGIVING WAS A TIME FOR G ING, SHARING AND BEING THANKFUL F THE MANY BLESSINGS RECEIVED DUR THE PAST YEAR. FOR THE MEMBERS OF STUDENT COUN CIL, THANKSGIVING MEANT GIVING A SHOWING THEIR APPRECIATION TO T FACULTY, STAFF AND ADMINISTRATION TRINITY BY SERVING THEM A THANKSG ING DINNER. THE DINNER WAS DELICIO AND A NICE TRADITION AT TRINITY HG RE TIIAMIFUL TO BE A STUDENT' WE LOVE PARADE MEMBERS OF THE KEY CLUB WISH ALL A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS. EACH YEAR, THE CITY OF ARCIIDALE HOLDS A MEMOR- ABLE CHRISTMAS PARADE. IT IS AN EVENT IN WHICH THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY TAKES PART AND THEREFORE MAKES THE PARADE A HUGE SUCCESS. ON DECEMBER 9, 1984, VARIOUS GROUPS FROM TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL TOOK PART IN THE PARADE. THE BLUE CREW PERFORMED VARIOUS CHRISTMAS MEDODIES ALONE THE PARADE ROUTE. KEY CLUB MEMBERS THREW CANDY TO THEIR FANS THROUGHOUT THE PARADE. LORIE MABE, MISS TEEN MODEL, WAS A BIG PART OF THE PARADE AS SHE WISHED ALL A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS. IT WAS A LOVELY PARADE AND ONE IN WHICH ALL ENJOYED. BUT THEN, ALL KIDS LOVE A PARADE. L. : I ,x-1Wh-., .. Q I K .. S ,,..,, . ,i.. . ...K . . ki,,k,.kk: ' SUSAN WILLIAMS TELLS ALI. I'IIAT THEY ARE INSPIRATIONS. CKIHEIIAIISSANIACLAUSISCOMINGTOTOWNJINGLEBELLSDECKTHEHALLSWITHBALISOFHOLLYWEWISHYOUAMERRYCHRISTMASSANTACLAUSISCOMHIGIDIOWNIINGIEBELISDECKIIIEIIAUSWIIIIBAIISOFINILLY WEWISHYOUAMERRYCHRISTMASSANTACLAUSISCOMINGTO THE TRUE IORIE MABE AND GREG MONROE HELP OUT DURING OPERATION SANTA CLAUS. TIIE CREST KIDS! MEANING UF CHRISTMAS STUDENTS AT TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL ENJOYED CHRISTMAS. TIIEY GOT IN A FESTIVE MOOD AND THEY DENONSTRATED TIIEIR BULLDOG SPIRIT. STIIDENIS, CLUBS, AND STUDENT COUNCIL HELPED TO IN- CREASE TIIE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT WITH A TALENT SHOW AND OPERATION SANTA CLAUS FOR NEEDY CHILDREN. EACH HOMEROOM WAS GIVEN A CHILD TO BUY FOR AND TO MAKE HIS CHRISTMAS NICER. THIS WAY ALL NEEDY KIDS IN THE CDMHUNITY WERE PROV DED FOR AT CHR STMAS TIME. ON TIIE LAST DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS HOL DAYS, THE STUDENT COUNCIL HOSTED A TALENT SHOW FOR THE STUDENT BODY. AUD TIONS WERE HELD AND THIRTEEN CONTESTANTS WERE CHOSEI TO COMPETE. THE JAM-X RDCKERS WON THE TALENT SHOW. IT WAS A HUGE SUCCESS BECAUSE OF PAM RABON, KATHER NE SHUGART, SUSAN HERRIN AND ALL STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS. "1-A AS. "Aff-2 3 I: gg ,lun li CIIRISTNIAS AT TIIS 191 ' "ffl, -Q .yx . L, sr- I is Q " ' O A '4 '5L5'. ' S f- .f--1 1 'B' I - if 'z V W . , t ,j..,f5.4,l ,iff 5 .. ,if 1 .. . i s . 14-- F5 9 71 Q , 'V' " ., ' 77' gh ' -Q ' 1 ' W j ' ' S 1 . ' ,'A ' I' t- i .A sw. -. -. ,J .x . A' -lg' g. K ywvf F, 1:1 T .Q W . .,. W V. 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F1?fs3'1" M ' X'-V" fl -m..'i.-lK?.Enm.Av ' :F SNOW COVERS THE BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS AT TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL IT WAS A NICE VACATION FOR ALL STUDENTS VINTER SEASON PLAYED A MAJOR ROLE ON THE CAMPUS OF TRINITY HIGH MANY ACTIVITIES WERE CANCELLED DUE TO THE BAD WEATHER JUST DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY TRINITY HIGH WAS CLOSED SEVEN DAYS NOT ONLY WERE ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES CANCELLEI BECAUSE OF SNOW AND FREEZING RAIN BUT ALSO ALL EXTRACURRICULAR EVENTS UAL FEBRUARY WAS THE MONTH OF LOVE ON FEBRUARY I4 STUDENTS CELEBRATED ST VALE TINES DAY BOXES OF CANDY LITTLE STUFFED ANIMALS FLOWERS AND CARDS WERE EXT HANGED BETWEEN FRIENDS AND LOVERS FOR A CHANGE OF PACE MANY STUDENTS SENT THER FRIENDS A VALENTINES MESSAGE IN THE GROWLER OR A VALENTINE S SUCKER BY A STUDENT COUNCIL NEMBER HOSA SPONSORED A HEALTH FAIR DURING FEBRUARY IN THE LIBRARY MRS BEESON AND HER STUDENTS WORKED HARD AND SPENT A LOT OF TIME FOR THE SUCCESS OF THE FAIR THE WINTER SEASON WAS A DANGEROUS BUT FUN TIME STUDENTS ENJOYED THE FREE TIME AWAY FRUYI SCHOOL AND THE FUN IN THE SNOW THE ONLY PROBLEM WAS THAT A NICE WINTER VACATION MEANT NO SPRING VACATION IT WAS A BITTERSWEET SEASON A BITTERSWEET SEASON INT Ei SSSRSLSFS AVE THE TEST I' IS POSSIBLE Dil CDULD HAVE S! N5 F KEITH KIM AND LISA HUNT OBSERVE JOEY HIIBURN AS HE IS CHECKED FOR SICKLE CELL mama 31 STEPHANIE PEELE LAURA BUIDVETTE AND DONNA GORDON I RIOVERS' STRESS TIIE IMPORTANCE OF DENTAL CARE TRINITY SFU K! F' FLOWERS WERE IN ABUNDANCE ON LOVERS DAY L3 MOST GUYS NEVER RECEIVE BALDOONS DARYL RESOR BIG MAN ON CAMPUS IBMOCJ RECEIVES TWO LOVELY BALIOONS ON LOVERS DAY THE I . I I ' A I ' , Y ' ,. Asus , , , N me - . I 1 g V 1 A ss Us A N ,- - -, - J I v s s l , f . T I I ' 1 Ik " ,,,, D 1 ., IQf'T , LLL 5 'T at .. ,. ,, . , K K use is Jfk , b K 's 'V 5. Q V , 3 ,V A s. b V, A I - , J T A I , f ,as A vi . 7 A I ,P , , I! I I 'fy If-I I I 'M , 4' q,,Qm5? I T' I I if If I I ' W af I 192 wlmn sssson A f me ms moss KF sm IS num: sur ms cm or ooo ss mm uw mnouun Jmus crm ous wma. PAWS Roms 623 ANIMAL HOUSE MR. A mas. cms mason W W Amlsnc UPHULSTERY mn. Q MRS. memo GIBSON - - - mmsuawooo mon :msn sf wma covm cwmmc sm CLEANERS Duma uuumv sux SATIONAIS umm Pmrmm mmmuz BARBER sm? 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I 2111 JOHN D ELLINOTON 'N """" 11 W I 431-R513 434-1916 D D REO JACKET WATER PUMPS I I I MOTOR REPAIR STATE FARM INSURANCE ' 1 S an mos, Iam I SIA 6 dfyab -' 3111 SOUTH Mun STIIEE1 Im A DALE. NORTH CAnot.mA 27263 IIIOTIASVIILE, NO. Aum - UAT -T NRE - HEALTH ED HALL townnnv PIHIEQ 4759181 H sxvttsvs 19191431 5967 Thom COLONIAL M EAI SI-lRX'I11Ii US. GOVIiRNMklN'I' lNSI'Ii11'lIQD MliA'I'S Wefutul1tIwrztp,qttic'IQ IIl't't'll' i1 cicwiwcl We Supplx your home 111-1-lt-1 lncxtts. Ciheck our prices Ipcftm- mu Inn. Retail and Locker Sem Ice -A I,1JI'IxlllIlI Bee-I Infzxtcd on IAIigItw:ty 112 2 IIIIIPSIPHIIIISOLllhg2il1I SIwpping1lc'ntc'l' nasville.N.1l.2731S1I PI mm' '1 1 1411111 faq' I ' iwjszv . X SEAFOOD Qisgjq ' 9 "Z,--.: ff' " 7 .3 33114: C: Y. .,:,' 753-ith I ff' ' " :.K.l':6eA "iii ' V333 5 .5393 Ex: I Owner - jimmy Todd 15:4 mt 4 Wholesale - 476-1158 xQQ.jg,g, I Q 932512: Home-882.2608 Piggy. Thomasville, NC. 27360 624 National Highway 222AOS COMMERCIAL T COMFORT INCORPORATED 24111 SURRETI DR. PO, BOX 7126 HIGH POINT, N.C. 27264 PIONE: 4313137 arofxn Qfagricg gncorfaorafe Cjburnifure Jasricg of Sigfincfion IIIOH POINT NC. ZIZSI PIIINEZ 887-3101 FLEET PAINTING SERVICE INC. III, I BUX EA TRINITY, NC. 27370 AT IIII.ISVII.I.E PIIIINE2 A31-8213 HILLSVILLE NIINI-IIIART KT. 1 BOX +A TRINITY, NC. 27370 AT HIUSVILIE PHONE: 4344264 GIIUCERYNIEHIS Gufww B is a Slum' 9, QI? f N f N COHIPLETE. FIIIAHCIIIG ADAILABLE I-IIIRDEE zurro SALES 2204 S th m SI I Have A Shqh P f9'lIQ P839 1 TAQRTON WHITLENP INSURANCE AGENCY NATIQNWIDE 515 'f,fj,'j"6 H!igI'I A , N.C. 27262 G Nanonwude us on your side phon Ice 38 K Home - CAR - IFE - B slNEss J f OFFICE SUPPLIES PAPER LOOSE LEAF BINDERS G BOUND BOOKS 3!! zaooxxzerms surrussonurlcsvsrmsasurruss - o rvrsvmren masons a. cmons JARRETT 4 E STATIONERY F- -h SERVING HIGH POINTSINCE 1902 'II 882-161 a " on ,,,, 882-2010 33 FREE I IN TI-Q ZCSIERZREA I06 N. WRENN HIGH POINT N C X J 24 AOS uw SamfiOiug,PniuLiug wfdPkv1wwvlw new Mr FABRIC DISTRIBUTORS FURNITURE IVIANUFACTURERS S. TEXTILE NIANUFACTURERS awuwo the United Sfuteo and Canada cms sample hooks, inc. 2410 SCHIRRA PLACE, HIGH POINT, N.C. 27263 5-Q T..'.?,.L'.I'.EI'!hF FL r PHONE 434-lm! 2924 S. MAIN HIGH POINT. N. C. JILL I. DAVIS RPI! I FOUND IT!!! THE EUREKA GIFT SHOP RT. I BOX 689 TRINITY. EO. ZIKIO 431 1458 WANIJAO IIIIDER OWNER f - W - 4.7fY'VfAv' MN 3v9'Y'Ww'9""V4 PUYMIL - 7 Z6 ' WWC wwf fm? WWW YL QQM' 20 THIS IS THE BEGINNING OF A NEW DAY. GOD HAS GIVEN ME THIS DAY TO USE AS I WILL. I CAN WASTE IT - OR USE IT FOR GOOD, BUT WIIAT I DO TODAY IS IMPORTANT, BECAUSE I AM ENCHANGING A DAY OF MY LIFE FOR ITI WHEN TOMORROW COMES, THIS DAY WILL RE GONE FOREVER, LEAVING IN ITS PLACE SOMETHING I IIAYE TRADED FOR IT. I WANT IT TO RE GAIN, AND NDT LOSS: GOOD, AND NOT EVILQ SUCCESS, AND NOT FAILUREQ IN ORDER THAT I SHALL NOT REGRET THE PRICE THAT I HAVE PAID FOR IT. CONIPLIMENTS OF DR. HEARTSILL WILSON CO., INC. 322 FRALEY ROA P. O. BOX 7067 4-7067 N I' I DIS I mwgiif X 1555549 HJ xx QF EV XQY,5BXYvYJQ5VQ'05:JQy-A GV f DG xlfilwkifbgvgd if ESA SNAP SINGH' AW CWM ff P V ik QXOW N3 QV W fuk Ins22.'i .... X f w PHJNE 8824161 L WLLLLLLLSL FLOWERS L ey I R ZIIIZIIIIIIISIIROAD I LHI LLLL warms. I -IIHWIIIMHS L.Lw -- SUN MASTER Awning 84 Ccmvos Wo FIIBRICAIURS DF 2227 SouTh Main STreeT CUSTOM FLNLSLLLLS, LLL. P0 I mssmxs HIGH POINT, HC. 21264 NQIIAIITY IS IIUR BUSINESS" ...jk V I l , MIIIJS AIIIEIIICIIN UF LLLGLL POINT, INC. LLLLLL 7103 HIGH POINT, 27264 919-43121513 HOME OF THE BIG BOY GONITA FURNITURE CU. GJNGRATULATIONS SENIURS! K J f N K J jjers on aw yo urs 1109 NORTH MAIN S'I'RHIC'l' III! H I UINT, NORTH l'ARUI.IN,1X 12712622 UQXQPAOHQ 919-552.4626 Igx 1:01, II'I:1I4:ImI,xx F R SALES SERVICE REPAIRS ESTABLISHED 1936 MONARK SHADE, CO. CUSTOM WINDOW DECOR 1406 NORTH MAIN STREET HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 27262 f N PlIElJIVION'I' PACKAGING INC. K J 1141FOUST AvENuE .- HIGH POINT N c 27260 . 191918864187 4 f K CARROLL BOWLES KENNY GARRETI' PHONE 882-1616 PHONE 882-1616 AFTER HRS. 431-6672 COIVIPLIMENTS OF -Z. DECORATIVE FABRICS l P. O. BOX 2758 01948 WEST GREEN DRIVE '- HIGH POINT, N. C. 27261 K R JJGXCQXLQJQ Qgyxkvxokfl WQYIL' 3 i ,If 7 T ep Ina Se WIA A X 6z70w04P I A I I, -U0 ,I Xp I IDT N' v7 U 1701 ge f IP III 0 J 7 In N1 5 I J - '20- , I IM II- U3 4 -I ' I IJ-'I 34 X0 L 0 ,LCV 00 X X 999 My .16 IDL A I OONORATIQATIONS LASS OF MI TGA-I q. .II cf IMA 44, 1Q86! 500 wIfI"f,IU ff,-I'X1,1I-LUHWKXS7 Sv IL' 4 II Y NX Q65 I 1604 C1 VJ WSI . U- ,WI I ' I , Cgiw. XX0 6VJIYxG'c P. O. BOX 112 XATW I TRINITY. NORTH CAROLINA 27370 xN 1 X- Qx 431 -2789 K J 2?8ADS K L ,f A FAMILY A 'E-STETOZQI HAIR CARE CENTER 5 S ff" ' . Jw f i, 1 ll, , kr 4 Tux V , HAIR CRAFTERS BEAUTY SALON HWY 3l1 SOUTH OF CREEKSIDE PARK ' HIGH POINT. N.C. 27263 y ' PHONE 19191431 7478 f S 1 J N AA 1 . uf-you! fpzuonaf gain! C70 5'foff woodl' AWESOME ' THE GLASS OT 1987 IS AWESOME. TOTE, LOEE M. ATO? KELLY M. A Phone 19191 431-2568 1 Ama HOSIERY VIDEO CASSETTE RENTALS sl SALES gm-LET 3507 SOUTH MAIN STREET AECHDALE, N.C. 27263 PHONE 19193 434-5350 Pantyhose 0 Dancewear 0 Socks 311 Trindale Road Monty Winters Tess Winters 20-Goofs Discount HTQTT POTTTT, N.C. 27263 TO THE HOST AWESOME CLASS AT TRINITY. THE CLASS OF 1986. N f N The OOVOEBDYTE Pizza Place JONIORS K LEXING TON SHOPPING CENTER Lexington, N.C. 249-6197 ' b W ' a Q,,,,,,,1,,, ,yawn ALTERATTONS GTWZ 011713 'I 'MgO,5,g':G , , A zlxowmcmmow. mmy 'TOEJNPER SE 'CE ZHTQH Pcgir:,N.C. A UStCTTfTEfFCTVlt A ' .c . . A "M P "A 43101883-3133 S Commumty Dry Cleaners fx A Hows: Mon.fS-U. lTAM'0pM I 3600 S. MATN STREET Nick yuukis KATHY HTCKS ARCHDALE, NC 27263 TELEPHONE 919-431-1486 ZOOABS If -I ,Biufowxio 'EQ35t,OJL, S an to be the best b, nk in the neighbo hood. NCEE I' . n Member FDIC. K ' ei- .11t., . 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AND JEFF GRUBB DEVOTE MUCH OF THEIR TIME TO THE SUCCESS DF EXTENDED DAY XX X EXTENDED DAY WAS A PROGRAM AT TRINITY DESIGNED T0 OPEN THE DOOR OF LEARNING FOR STUDENTS WHOM HAD DROPPED OUT OF SCHOOL. THE PROGRAM GAVE THESE STUDENTS THE CHANCE TO COMPLETE THEIR EDUCATION. COURSES WERE OFFERED MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY EVENINGS, AND THE STUDENTS RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS IN MATH, SCIENCE, LANGUAGE ARTS, SOCIAL STUDIES. AND DIYERSIFIED CORPORATIVE TRAINING. AFTER RECEIVING THE REQUIRED NUMBER OF CREDITS FOR GRADUATION, STUDENTS EARNED A DIRLOMA FROM TRINITY HIGH. THE FACULTY AND STAFF OF EXTENDED DAY INCLUDED DAVID HAYES. VICXY DEAN, MIKE STEED, LINDA MCCALL, CHERYL WEIGERT. f X f X X 266 EXTENDED DAY JEFF GRUBR AND JUANITA SHEW. THEY GAVE MUCH TIME AND EFFORT T0 ENSURE THE SUCCESS OF A GREAT NEW PROGRAM AT TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL. XXX A MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS KLAUS BONHOFF AND ANNETTE SCHONTIIAL ENJOY THE FRIENDLY ATINISPHERE ON THE CAMPUS AT TRINITY IHGH. KLAUS BONHOFF AND ANNETTE SCHONTHAL MADE A SMOOTH TRANSITION FROM LIFE 'N GERMANY TO LIFE IN NORTH CAROLINA. BOTH MISSED THEIR HOMES IN GERMANY BUT THEY FOUND NEW HOMES IN TRINITY, NORTH CAROLINA. KLAIIS BONHOFF IS A NAT VE OF REMSCHEID, GERMAN' WIIEIE HE ATTENDED ROENTGEN GYMNAS UM. IN GERIYIANY, HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE SCHOOLS BAND. KLAIIS PLAYED THE SAKAPHONE. WHEN ASKED WHAT ARE HIS FAVORITE PEOPLE, IIE REPLIED "I GET ALONG GOOD WITH A LOT PEOPLE. CAN ADJUST TO PEOPLE WITH DIFFERENT CHARACTERISTICS AID VALUESY' ANNETTE IS A NATIVE OF FRA IKFURI, GERMANY. SHE ATTENDED DREIEICH GYMNASIUM. THROUGHOIIT HER SCHOOL YEARS IN GERMANY, SHE WAS A MEMBER OF MANY CLUBS. A SENIOR AT TRINITY HIGH, ANNETTE WAS ASKED TO DESCR BE THE KIND OF HOST FAMILY SHE WOULD LIKE. SHE RESPONDED. "I WOUID LIKE TO LIVE WITH A NORMAL ANIERICAN FAMILY AND IF POSSIBLE WITH KIDS OF MY AGE? 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