Trinity High School - Trinhian Yearbook (Trinity, NC)

 - Class of 1986

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M ,,., !!,4N X m..,, W K V! fwmms , X Drum major, Dottie Skidmore, stands patiently as the Blue Crew plays the Star Spangled Banner during pre-game kstioities. 10 Hawime Entertainers in the The Blue Crew afvgdrdde Mr. I iii, 4 GHTING BULLDOGS arrival of the FI I t was somewhat hectic during hawime at each Trinity High School foothall game, hut each hamime was made enjoyahle hecause of certain class acts. Spectators depended on concession stand operators for thirst quenching drinks, delicious candy, hot buttery popcorn, and juicy hot dogs. The audience also looked forward to a terrifc performance hy the Trinity High Marching Band. A oihrant color guard added an extra flair to a most spectacular hand. Supportive fans at all home football games thoroughly enjoyed all high stepping hawime performances. I-Ialftime at Trinity was not just a placid lull in a foothall game. Excellent entertainment was provided for super crowds. Satisfaction for all spectators was truly guaranteed. 'il Opposing cheerleaders join forces with Trinity's cheerleaders while watching the Blue Crew perform "Topaz". 4' nigga A rapid' 5 WP at 1, - for an t 6 Tflflit Jl ea Jl Ba d Ser Bulldog fan. 'Y Boosters concession stand is 4 Z f ff ie Musk M14 football game as be Brian Hyde roots bis F-Horn at eacb loome 'liar tune of HSoftly As I Leave You". performes a famz at all loome ed time and effort Bulldog boosters su football games. pply the need H . abftzme Entertai-nm U Eddie Todd is missing out on his usual THE E IS 3- Eoeryhody knew that the faculty, staff and administrators looked forward to weekends, hut when the hell rang at 3:03 on Fridays, the looks on students' faces showed that they were especially ready for a wild and wonderful weekend! On Friday nights, most Trinity High students went to hallgames, pizza hangouts, and parties. Others enjoyed going uptown cruising Main Street. For some people, Friday nights meant going to work either at a fast food restaurant or a department store. Because Friday evenings turned into Saturday mornings, many students spent Saturdays sleeping late. Later, they washed that special car, went shopping, or drooe to work. Saturday nights usually meant going to the mooies with a special guy or girl, attending a wild party or spending a wonderful night uptown. On Sundays, most people attended the church of their choice, while others slept late. In the afternoon, students enjoyed going on country rides, playing foothall with friends, or M. 'wp E ,,M,.f5:? i.,1,?gff--, v Q is -'JK5'fT'w,,.sft' K usage -f h HERE Kelly Hall is husy shopping for that perfect parties hy working at Sir Pizza. Couples from Trinity High School know how to haue fun on the weekends. 12 Weekends spending the day with relatives. sweater at Belk's in Westchester Mall, These guys are having a good time playing foothall on a Sunday a ternoon Darin Myers and jeff Easter lead the way to success. 1 fm? Tloefe rni.ffl9ie1fou5 Jtizdents are up to no good after a Friday niglot football game. ll f -' ef'-L::,..4.E it t By the look on Terrell Sellery fave, he ISI ready for tloe weekend. jabba Allen enjoyf waflving hif tar on a sunny Sunday afternoon. Dena Sheppard, Cbriftine Srarboro, and Sloanda Crotts in- dulge in pizza after a victory over Randleman High. .'3Mg. Darla Hill doex not mind Jpending ber Saturdays working at Sd.fl01L',5f6'lL'6'l6?'5. Weekendi I 3 1145 QD SYSTE Cf f friend rendj, n, CAs Freond orzg pres parto verb meaning to looe As freoganj 1. A person attached to another hy mutual respect and afkctzon 2. A person not actually a foe also one ofthe same nation party or th like. 3. A person who aids or promotes as a friend to learning Each person at Trinity H igh School needed someone at least once during the I 985-86 school year That special someone was usually a close or hes friend. Seeing friends hecame an important part of the daily lives of som students. I n fact, the socialization of friends was the major reason man students attended school Without good friends most days were wasted Friends were also or sharing all o those deep dark secrets They were o helping with the many prohlems one aced as a teenager Friends alsf shared rides to school and helped with the hardest homework Friends wer those special people who helped others experience lij? to the fullest jarrod Goforth, Todd McMahan and Rick Wilson enjoy spending their free time together. wif, Friends Tonya Wall, Sherri W Hamilton ancl Stephanie Frye help N' W 'N ,M each other to adjuft to THS. 2 A Kaya K Lohke Monroe, Todd Patterfon, Brian Lowe and Ruff C hildery clifcusy weekend planf before their clayyef, 3 if S ii? wrS5"fg4 lt'Jju5t another day at THS for Patricia Reynoldy, Marsha Miller and Cindy Ooercash. Robbie B rock, Mark B yerly d71dK61!l-72 C ranhrd, the bext of friendf, Jpena' their a'ayJ jun F,-fend, 1 5 "hanging around". .vw . 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A. can :fx--ig .2 : 1 ,T Ig. b L..-W f A-f S S l 4 "' mlm , , M , E2 l Q we -Q 41 In Septemher, the Trinity High School f Class of I 986 proudly dedicated the I 986 edi- tion of the Trinhian to Mr. Fred Poplin. X Through his pleasant personality and X friendliness to students, Mr. Poplin created a 'family like" atmosphere in all of his classes. f Mr. Poplin was as much of a father as a teacher to all of his students in the thirty years f he dedicated his lik to the prokssion of educa- ! 11071. Mr. Poplin retired from teaching at! Trinity High on September 30, but he will never he forgotten by the faculty and students f at Trinity He holds a special place in their hearts 'we in '-. 'lawn .. , N ew 'H Q 'FE-.1 an W. If Q 23 ff' ' r , . Wm. EW BEATS g ARRI VE g fu M . " f 2 an ff dwg J Wig? ,- A . 4 U U K . W . N W, .1 "4 kv, A 'I 1 Q 'rx 1' if a T 1' ' -Ml' . .3 Q-if M g HH '3'W'G 'N iw, , ,....?.. 721235 . V1 5 K X M WH - 1' 1 ....f.'..:41 Q 715' ' . H G RUN- D.M.C. HW... in, ,. -Q 1 Marlene Wood enjoys the atten- tion she gets because of her buttons 45? -'if THE EGYPUAN LOVER On The Nate Q yy Q. xy: R. 'se MM: 1. -M 'Wh v ig U THE FAT BOYS ARE BACK Fat Bovs - Trinity students know the styles. Tonya Ricks llehl proudly displays her Boy George button collection while Dana Trytten fright! shows of his Live Aid shirt. hs V V . . + et'-we-nz Music styles have changed greatly during the past twelve years. Recently, 3 , music invaded television with music television or MTV. I t also amfcted cloth- M ing styles and hairstyles. Today, rock music has branched in many directions , f resulting in new music groups and styles. A mzbcture of Christian and rock Q Z k'xr c music developed Christian rock. Soul and rock developed Rap music and a S 2 T , ' s gif., f loud rock beat called Heavy Metal Roch. Live Aid and U .S .A. for Africa I 7 - TT aided starving countries by raising money. There were many changes during the past twelve years and students at Trinity High can be sure that new music styles will continue to '17op" on the scene. g gm. -. -. " VAVVV f E-4 if 45' .... fi S35 , I Q32 miwqlg if 'AAN T 4e'....,.,.....',,' gx ,T M ...MW 6, F, ,,u-5' if eg? f Ali .,J?' igWQ5 W1 1.5 ss gn vi.. gist' ' 1 W5 J s 5 ..... ,,,. -5. ' gig If ' ' 2:11 's V ,. , lfze -24.5 R " LM 1, svysaffs-.gf is-fs. fffrg 'f:1s,.ifi. ' E? WMI ,4- X s Chris- tian rock became pop- ular in the 1980's. It was enjoyed by both adults as well as teenagers. Such groups as Petra, Stryper, The Front, Allies and Amy Grant were the top performers of Christian rock. It was a beat of rock but was good clean Christian music which was easy to enjoy. X f Z .1......-.. Z """"""""""""""""""""""' X ' Q f ,K X Rap music or Rappin' was a combination of soul music with a touch of rock-n-roll. It was started by the Su arhill Gang and Granjmaster Flash. Scratching, moving the record back and forth while it was playing, was also devel- oped. Run DMC, Fat Boys, UTFO, and Whodini were some ofthe best rappers s xkl, .rev-' 77 af A X I W '4' TX -Q-bee n Heavy S M e t a l took a big step in the 1980's. From The Who, KISS, Black Sabbath and Led Zep- pelin came such new stars as Mot- ley Crue, RATT, Twisted Sister, W.A.S.P. and Bon jooi. This type of music was very loud and was liked mostly by wild and F crazy teenagers. I t gave the word jam a new meaning. Music 19 Y The sport of freestyling and skateboarding was a fast paced trend which caught the eyes of ' many Trinity High students during the 1985-86 school year. R.L. Osborn and Bob Haro introduced freestyling to the residents of California during the mid 70's. It became a major sport on the west coast and developed into afaoorite pastime of teenagers throughout the country. Students were caught performing three dzfkrent rides. Park riding was achieved in 5 special in-ground pools. Ramp riding was performed on small ramps and Hnally, some students just did ground tricks. Riders like Elliott Orr and jeff H ill used their bikes to ex- ecute such tricks as aerials, kickturns, and balance tricks. . Skateboarding also required a lot if agility to perform tricks. The popular brands of boards N were made by Sims, Varzflex, and Madrid. Skateboarders performed such tricks as s "36O's" and handplants. Hugh Turbeyjqll, Greg Monroe, and Shan Malphurs were only a few ofthe many TI-IS students who enjoyed b riding skateboards. F rzsbee flying was yet another flashy hobby that caught the eyes of many students. Flying I ,eg IW' S, one Xa frisbee did not require the same amount of N urbvvfd de n fm A skill as freestyling or skateboarding and be- tbmugbf cause of this, one o-hen saw a frisbee being flown Qing the school day. s N 9 2 i . 4 Trinity H181-'S ref' X X X E . .Q ,,,., -..M .,.. ,.... . .- ., . -.J "fl-:Q .1 xii 4 NH ' will sf VF jg! Q ,Elf . ,,..a" "Wa, f' Y E' , Y I Y .. I f K w X x 'L if , ' ' . - , I f' ' f 1 'frffw 'f if! if V -4 ' fax .1-Q J Ur X Q . reg MMM, bmw! rarer 4 ,eittiaoe .kJf'H . I ligyeizgfpfrjamr ffba I Malt 16g ft ' pr4ff ' gow-'fm 1 :ff fir . 1- """4'fwff'f"'ff , Q1 7 . A l . H6901 fa Doug Allred watcbe: in delight as bis frisbee float: to the targez Freertyling 21 Y f A " 1 T 'QI fm T g - 6' ,Q Us 'F 9 V was ' A A Hwy Y , f M .,,u.M , o . s T s L 1 K . ,..,....y . 'saw k liking '5"4"""'! - ' 0 T - h "f h B Collins Fulcher loves monkeymg around in is 0148 ugf Wifyne Rvacbff license plate says it 411 EXP. ' Cars were in abundance at Trinity High School for the I 985-86 school year. Some were new and shiny and others were old and dull. They all had one thing I in common, they got their passengers to school. Some students had personalized license plates. One always knew when Scott Allen was at school hecause 'fIABBA" was parked in the senior parking lot. F T L A E Of all the cars that were driven to school each day, no two were the same. For everyone who drove a car to school this past year it was lik in the fast lane. -...W 'Zh ............ ' 'Y' 5 ' Sgtfbl B W-is N017 Ms. Graham enjoys licens S teve Ellef's Trans Arn keeps him frutkihg. 22 Cars Q im Laurie johnson lovex ber Ah 4 Wil!! ol ." L., I N N N ,K A ,, 4 '. wgg ,..L q w T' ,.,,5'q'3:'ZA! gg ', :5'.'1 f , .- X ,, , s , V Jw ' :fi 4i??ga1 A vg , "' fa Q9 , 1, --.L .- sH"43:fwi'g,l: , rian Lowe enjoys the luxury o his cur. .XXX N. Q o i 4 . . ?-.ef -,.,'f,p f , ' , w Q? -' aries V, . 1 4 , U 1 "' .,, 'f r. ,Q . o um wr. Y 3 vga, , ' W' .V W ,A w A 1 ,.,L,, Q ,Eh -EM lf - . . nf., -,., 1 A 'gi f 'Tm r . 1, I t M 1 . Ha... --., ,. EEUU'-fu . 4 QSC' Lvif fr, A 'I' , 54 ., x -.X gk jf 1 ' lf? 0' 'S ' ig p ,n- M' Q Doug Allredft motto is aq- 1 'THE OLDER, THE BETr1zR."' W" ' WW ff , if lv'- 1 o iff :gf 'P 1-:::' , V n o- 1" ,gifs M ,-q, ' .,f 'uso ....,. WWMMM :W"J:m:"'M A W e w- gow -Q. ..-fd" , V W mf' " its -g ,. ,:. 'I L., V ,W - -rg Q sf' ,, qu, Driving is un or Angie Stroud. Can 23 Missed FBLA in . Lose a turn. Go back one space. Wearing Shorts. Meet- g X Taking a Sci- ence Course move ahead 5 spaces. W on Foot- Game. o again. ball K v G D R ' lmih wa wNqNn,,MN J mf 'ia -.... w X A'--'Q--ig? .4 51, W on Basket- YI Game! Go Again, Made 100 on '1 Test. Double next ro . Caught in 'in "Off Limits" Area During Lunch. Lose il turn. Forgot Home- work. Lose a turn. liaster N' 'ica- tion. o - 'S Missed the Bus. Go back two Have ot Paid Book Fees. Lose a t IIIIII!!!!!!llIllIl Illiillll fufn. nk and 1 turn Y . . I Lx again. Game! Go again! Q unc . ose move ahead four. 1 ' ' l . Leo Clu has a Meeting. Move ahead one s ace. Lost Izn glish Q Book Go back one space End of Sec- ond Nine Wleeks. M g ING OUTSIDE: CAUGHT EAT- Lose a turn. Meeting Next TFRI NG: Lose a Spanish Club CAUGHT LIT- Key Club ahead one. Meeting. Go .lm-I week! Illfll. 4 3' 'I ardy to Cl back four s Move ahead two Move ahead two if If you are a Fresh- Caught Running St. Patricks Day! Dou- OR someone else taking an Art man, move ahead on Campus. Lose a G0 again. ble back two. Course. tour spaces. turn. the 3- mount If YOU life li A w Final Revenge! Re-roll. Send If I - ,ot Senior, move Enfl O! Fourth someone back the number ot' you ro led A fwfr' ,mir ahead three. Nme Weeks. the result' move ahead three. HCM roll. Tardy to Class. Family Goes Our Of Stayed Out Past Curfew! Lose a TOWN- MiSS ii few Cl21yS You are grounded and lose turn. of school and next turn. 3 turn, Bu ' an An- nu'1l and go again. ing a Math Course move ahead three ACtiV- , Having a Meeting . 'UL 'a S 'D"!G' , ,. ity OSL I nowagaigs 0 with Guidance. Q Day- ' ahead three. If not in a club, go Buy 3 Science Club Forgot ahead If just Newspaper and h21S 11 Meeting! pictures! two. rolled go again. JOIN f0d2lY- Lose 3 turn, three. move ahead three. Taking . . . For- , Missed Anchor Taking a Busi- . Lost Llbfufv' Bcmk' Club Meeting new Course move elgn Lose H tum' Go back two. three spaces. Lan- I gf? YL! guage, I I , move "4 two. E A 'ti "t ' Da '. If L .nl lt il W Failed Test! Lose a not in a Llub, lose turn. il tllrn. START KL st one . . . , r in F' d H' ieroom. Select Courses. . . spaces. .. . s .g g M ' We GOING N Y -. ., STYLE E was Raymond Pendry, Michael Curtis, and Lyn Craven are "on the stick" when it comes to keeping in style. x 26 Fashion Karen Ferguson, Lisa Sheppard, and Stephanie Frye have winning personalities which "stick out" in a crowd. Ph Mm I ndividuality was the word to describe fashion in 1986. Each student dressed according to his in- dividual taste, mood, and lifestyle. Bright colors with paisley prints were definitely the style worn around the campus at Trinity High School.0ne glance at students on campus resembled a brightly colored rainbow. Accessories such as sunglasses, pearl and rhinestone necklaces and earrings, plus the popular SWATCH watches only added to the hstive look. Oversized and casual clothes were most popular this year because of the comfortable and "messy" look they provided. Casual clothes were the most popular styles. Everything from stirrup pants and sweatshirts to pearls and lace were worn and enjoyed. As always, Trinity students captured every look imaginable. They were all in style, and some were very original. Terry Steed knows that an essential part of fashion is a pretty hairstyle. if Q naw i"Nib-x F '-lam Ami fktjkwel 'J' iff Cbn. ff 'F , 1 -YQ sibaftgkfb I0 ' Wy he ktwlffbt 5es. sbfffi t X - e Lim Lopp' ' ' ifef Pmcgebei 4 IL - ljtfln wa ' 2 ,Ei sim TQH a. , - dbypnm SWA ' .J,, 3 Q . always sumufzzzbeir popvw MikeAw'STfgEMcD0"'MfM a X Stdfon' an Amanda Lockhart, Staci C urnmings, Renee Anders, and Terra Hmshaw look very stylish in their shades. Fashion 27 SHORT S WEET B U T .ff- 5,010 wb C1 'Il 3 050 ado . New 4061! the GTC Cbvhw Gift, dowd W1 the il S Buildwgto Mb f neat 'W M he L00 ' ' ...J ovdflo e 4 Renee Anders and Amanda Lockhart prove that the arcade is not always the favorite spot on campus during break. X 28 Break Obviously relieved, Chad Butler answers the call of nature at an opportune moment during break. This break was not a time to break a leg, but it was the time students enjoyed most besides lunch and the 3 :03 bell. Webster dejqnes break as a pause or gap such as one made by breaking, but Trinity students defined it as the much-awaited inter- mission between second and third periods. During this time, girls visited bathrooms to attend to their hairstyles while guys used the restroom for more practical purposes. I n the arcade, the 'QDreps" and Hacks" conversed and were sometimes visited by the members of the smoking area. These visits sometimes ended in combat battles of which General Patton would have been proud. Meanwhile, at the opposite end ofthe arcade, many couples reunited for ten minutes of close encounters of hugging and kissing. It was love at frst bite. Students needing locks or supplies paid a visit to the school store during break. The long line sometimes caused problems for students in the near vicinity. As the bell rang for students to report to third period, students continued wearily on their way to sufer through the remaining four periods of the school day. The "Short But Sweetu time of the clay had ended. Q54 N Look. 17 Zfhgmgoiersflfj' ff a We ' . n 02 ef fb e hx eds any 'fit e 551900163X he' Z ,Wk fo r00l7 5 dl r 7 Sp 15. before lafy r an Billy Lee and Renee Cfavef share a ten relationship. Yidfll 'p n esperate need of a locle.. Scott Dalton makes a ecideel to buy this locla after several of his hooles were s def mo THEY!! of slight imcertainiy in their 7 uvchas n impo tolen. e ai she school stofekle Bfgdk pl GOING THROUGH b sion! Wu- E Y ' Ywisb ww ut ' P417 901' 0 M 411 W" Whether it was walking, sitting, eating, or showing affection towards others, students ex- pressed their feelings with and without words. just looking at students and faculty revealed that they knew how to use their bodies to send messages. Flirting was the most obvious body language. From hugging and touching to innocent smiles and facial expressions, students definitely showed their interest in members of the opposite sex. Casual and carefree was the way some students wanted to appear. A "laid-back" saunter and relaxed attitude gave the image of freedom and maturity. The faculty also sent out body signals. Whether it was giving a disruptive student the "evil-eye" or flashing a smile to a student with a correct answer, teachers most certainbf got their point across. Students and faculty thought, felt, and behaved in dnjferent ways, but one common trait brought them together. I t was body language. 30 Body Language WM ' ' 4 134. ' ' f Jw guru? b Sgy W llins Fulcbef and Killah lhlecgzxzzgoff Alu' jchoglf 5Zee1r1sallP"'Plegotbr0 hand 014' of 'We' sn A lick and a promixe is on Deedee Gardner? mind dl Jhe eat: her ice mean: in the caheria. f -.mm , , ,4-"I , 1 I ll , Holly Stephenson and joel Love prove that a friendly touch :peaks louder than words. my w. x M M3 l 'Q' , J- weamuhlvz nlvwfmll- I , .eg WMS , M 'W AMW xr W. 4 F' I gg l F '-.Q i I r -v..,,,' ga .4i"W iii ?' 5 .f If f WN '-. me? W Am W, 'E fi 'Q j k 2 r 2 QE M W , 'wif' mm-M' S-...J fl B ii 2 9 B Q5 Q- G 5 A I A 1 A VM ,V ,-...- ,., ' - 'ff m -rk ,L"1'f" 4 ' -W ' ' ' . ,, ,mf .-J V + fvwvwf - -' Special Events 33 34S PICTU Hicks RSELF ney Kinne Pugh, Randy d Ladonna PICTU E YOURSELF: L Lnja Burris Stacy F er and Stacy Th ransom PICTU YOURSELF ty Body and Melissa 3 E sm an jamie RSELE: and Lynn PICTURE Lopp, leri Ricks RSELF. Karen RE YOURSE Meredith, ichelle Crouse Marsha i Tonya PICTURE F Dawn Bowers Stephaine T Debbie ...mum--'f Body n Barnett, 5 Thomas Buck urchette C ER '5llTH15 and December sixth the TH Drama Department d Doctor", Neil omic seventh, presented "The Goo l Simon's play dealing with life in c Russia. Scene one, "The Sneeze", told ofa naiye city worker with uncontrollable nasal problems. ln "The Coyernessn, an air- maid showed that idiots really do ' ene three,"Surgery", by nted to he aded h society. Sc 'st who wa ient. existin hig told of an amateur denti perform neurosurgery on his first pat "The Drowned Man" asked a ould like to see the Audi- Next, snobbish writer if he w ways of yore.- Scene five, "The n actress who will do T scene "A WWW older " owed a you g t. The last ' banker Phu..- tion sh anything to get a par Defenseless Creaturef' dealt with a brink of disaster and insanity. e success because of drama on the he play was a hug he efforts of Mrs. Deborah Stanley, students, teachers and the community. They all proved that "Laughter ls The Best fUf,a lb and ifonda - eb 0,36 ,i S h periorm ln 5? ii l i as E' ii 55 if T . The good O Of lel E t hhttttt t en ', s born in Lo X e ny ec: ht u pani ' Q ndhe other one by er - there i croba f - High e , eee eN W 22,1 - , 2 Sh th f " C - W .. ' th , - her 1 Pom she a ege 948 Until she Son Was Capps IS 9 ln 7 Mr dfeo' Was had a One lem f Our H had High a 'S' fof 2 fso em 38 Memorials M5 ,Vs is four V6ar nidhinumniv -'-"cis lfne 5fUO1. 16:5 ha 'Oi 5 . Cfence la ufa Ke I7 Extended was a very an unique at Trinity his year. lt provided the to vvork during the and to their high school in the and evenings. were each vveek, Monday Thursday from 4:30 to 6:30, to 8:30 and 8 to 10:30. A variety of were including D English th, scien and vocational ,7ei,Ve W JC ro rarn gave h ded Day p Etheir hig The en nce to ear ' ir iobs. I T people e cha vvithout losing the f D vid Hayes and fthe he directiono rt ' chargeo l V under e icky Dean vvasi chers inc uded ' ura Hun t. all and tea vv ing, La Helen Bro L n, Carl K in, oel Bro Varner, 1 unt. CO0 D r , G01 foo? ff' 'O Q S a f C kenoeffow Goly U UI G 14' 0' 06' Deiiay Xfenol G 90126 Extended Day 3 9 . High Style QpQHlng In 125 i THE BEAST OF This ls the Class of 7986 and l-U3 the best. just ask Tammie Collie gang. and the whole The Hkst day Ofwqcf, f for Mlbhelfe Vaughf? gqeans a new str Patterson, ' ange 1 ---- andf Creag pace man and Lori If0' f5ChOO ir - tdaY0 . d the .ws konthemil is to fm .mportanttzs Angie HI U 30 The mos Craven .fer h0me'O I 40 First DHY Of Schoo Miller l eads the freshme ' ' Cheer wwe CO! D U n ln lff V I ersiori ofthe ri . The varsity cheerleaders give it all they got during a basketball pep rally. .Mi ii S WIN! Most students at THS tak .pride in their school e . lt takes school spirit to be I successful. Ready TO SOHI' TO i The Very ml all pep Rallies 47 1 Keith K- , fm dlrectg me progra fl7. Gn October 29, the student body filed with antici- pation into the gymnasium for the annual Beta Club Tapping Ceremony. After the seniors were seated, the assembly program began. It was opened by devotions and speeches bythe 1985-86 Beta Club officers. This was followed by the tapping ceremony in which the new members were inducted into the club. The parents of the inducted students were very proud. As for the juniors, sophomores, and freshmen whose names were not called, the thoughts of the possibilities of next year kept them "On the Proud". The Beta Club program includes a Ken Helser's motivational speech and the candle-lighting ceremony. ADRIFT I A SEA GF CHOICES November 74 was College Day forjuniors and seniors at THS. Representatives from many diffe- rent colleges visited Trinity and gave students an opportunity to ask questions and to collect in- formation about their favorite colleges. Recrui- ters from the armed services also attended and captured the attention of many students. For seniors, College Day helped to make the final decision a little more easier. juniors found College Day helpful in that it created a higher interest in the college life. College Day proved once again to-be successful and helped many students to search for brighter futures. There was no doubt that on November 74, juniors and seniors were "Adrift In A Sea Of Choices". Egg- - Christi Fulp takes a long look at the rewards of college life. X .f 3 :i f-Q W 41'i" 'N.-5 N S NX A X x R f . bw -1,1 aww., . Y STAUGUSTINIS C0llf6E Stacy Thompson enjoys talking to the representative from St. Augustine's College. xi. College Day is a time to explore the future possibilities. luniors and seniors enjoy the looks of Atlantic Christian College in Wilson. Q L K ,L.,V C , . wgiggggy. ' National W3S an nv EDUCATIO AS THE LD TURNS AT Tl-IS High November I8 and School. The tea theme was Excel part of this At T Each day nickname to tie was given a soap 4 Monday was CAPITOL Day. People in the perienced theibeauty of Trinity High School,.the s campus.. They ex- I the student body. CAPITOL Day strengthened the ties betvveenl. the Tuesday was DAYS OF OUR LIVES. Trinity was speaker. The entire student body was inspired by his lecture e s Par nt LIGHT. I possible process Dayl because pace. I l classes. do not the National SIZZLINC The Archdale Christmas Parade was held on December 8. It was an exciting event for the people who participated and for the people who watched. Trinity High School was represented by various clubs and organizations. The Key-Keyettes represented all the clubs of the high school and the Blue Crew SUNDAY ARCHDALE performed during the entire parade route. Elliott Orr and leff Hill rode their bicycles and demonstrated the sport of freestyling. The Archdaie Christmas Parade created a spirit unmatched by previous parades. lt was a HSIZZLINC SUNDAY IN ARCHDALEH. The Trinity Marching Band is always the highlight of the parade. aff? .ai Christmas Parade 45 As in past years, students at Trinity High enjoyed Christmas. They were in a festive mood and they showed the community the true mean- ing of Christmas. Trinity students helped with Operation Santa Claus and provided many students with a wonderful Christmas. Money donated by all homerooms was used to purchase presents for needed children in the Archdale-Trinity community. On the last day before the Christmas holidays began, Student Council hosted a talent show. It consisted of thirteen acts ranging from Renee Coley dancing to "Somewhere Over The Rainbow", to the rock groups of Lights and Vandelic jamming to "Loving, Touching, Squeezinn and "Faithfully". There was not a specific act which took first place, but all contestants were winners. The talent show was a huge success because of Emily Lassiter, Katherine Hartman, Susan Herrin and all members of the Student Council. They gave their time and effort for a worthy cause with the hope of creating a "Love That Never Dies". LOVE THAT EVER DIES ,, r,r 24352 " L gy, Renee Coley dances into the hearts of all during the Christmas Talent show, 46 Christmas Talent Show lTopJ Paula Patterson sings "How Am I Supposed To Live Without You". lRightl Lorie Mabe performs to "Heaven'f UP Mr. Farlow's retirement officially began on january 2, 1986. He worked efficiently at Trinity High School for five years and in Randolph County for thirty years. Mr. Farlow was known as a highly motivated person who cared about all young people. He felt that he had lost the motivation to continue in his position and thus it was time to retire. Future plans for Mr. Farlow included work on his farm, protection of his herd of beef cattle, travel with his wife and "catch up" on fishing. Mr. Farlow was known for his high standards and his hard but fair rules. He was greatly missed during the second part ofthe school year. But for one evening on january 2, Mr. Dennis Farlow was "All Spruced Up For A Big Bash". 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M- , V L, 1 , f I ""f' ' vw ' ' " wx, 5 A Q1 ' . 761 Wife 6'wHl'0 1 Pggkfffm fffbflly HERE'S LOOKING AT YOU ADMI N ISTRATIO N HERE'S LOOKING AT YOU FACULTY AND STAFF DEDICATIQ A DDETERMI ATIO wwe Dennis Farlovv Darrell Saunders Larry Morgan Mike Steed . 1 Q 5 S5255 .5 5. g el di MW New-MMM. pw: mn Elaine Davis Andrea Wojciechowski Hilda Barry as i is WM as-:Q-.Qsaw-y.fweKw.m1,awsem-nmv,msvwAnwfnwwHr,haA,w:1:fwwffww-k1Kw9s:s.w4w,flaws ke- :fs w,ffvMv.w: raw-gm any as W1312M-semi-mswfsxf-'mov swawswlmmwm-we THEY PRACTICE WHAT THEY PREACH Here's Looking at Paul Barnes History Roy Allen Patricia Aldridge VocationallBusiness English Cheryl Burley Music limmie Burchette Science Karen Blackburn Vocational!Business Sandra Chapman Cathy Claris Elaine Cory' Science Physical Education Home Economics You, Teachers! lane Beeson VocationallHealth Occupations lo Burroughs Home Economics janet Crane Vocational Teachers 91 92 Teachers Q X, Chuck Cronham Music Rhonda Davis English ?sWaw,W..:, K - Wgigf , '-'sfrffsaaags ,,. .ae Q M is ' - , e ' as 1' ..., . ,sss ,,,s t it c,.A ,E at is Charles Gentry Vocational Dirk Curley Bus if David Harris Business Beverly Crotts Mike Davis History Math Vicky Dean Carl Floyd Extended Day Spanis Barbara Giavedoni Pherby Graham Hearing Impaired Vocational Paul Guthrie Vanessa Hamblin Vocational English Katherine Hartman Nancy Harvey Art Vocational Resource Chuck Hatley History i i. Edward Hayes History David Ha yes Extended Day Susan Herrin Math 'Q S'-w-X' 1: Ed Hughes Scienfe Sabrina Keady English Betty Lineberry Business Henrietta Ingram Hearing Impaired Sally Landis English 355 A, Terry Linthicum ALC Renee Hayes English Leonard Holmes Vocational Y , - x 'V 1 J i' ff .qv .L..,,, 1 In ' -vii ii V ' ' ' , Ofdcr. gi, x 1' 'QW xx: Q 'Q " ' " from Inf E3 f' , , 14, i ,, bk i ,- , K5 . A .- M , lf! ' ,,.t,.,wuw.x ' Sharon loines Resource Kathy Leunard Rt-sourf'e , 51 ' ",,,, Shirley ludenvann lVlJll7 Cathy Claris , 1 fi Elaine Cory 'W-nv-MN, Elaine Davis ff. , , ,V M my ti V lh I up L if i,:"" M, , 'sim saw A. I FT' ix ll L i , Q 3 Rhonda Davis Teachers 93 in Katherine Hartman Linda McCall Barbara Mayton Linda McCall Karen McCarthy Home Economics Math Spanish Ramona Michael David Murchison ludy Nance English Vocational Math :CY Linda Payne Brenda Peterson Bob Phillips TeacherlSubstitute Resource French Ann Rhem is ! 4 my X I K fb Mamas, , ,, . ,f 3. NV , 2 511151 '"i57h5giEA!Cz1.?W4',4" M M 2 ' K Sandra Richardson 94 Teachers Mary Lois Pollock Fred Poplin David Rathburn English English Physical Education MW AQ' at Z Ann Rhem Sandra Richardson Diana Schuck English Math Math A Sharon Sexton Vocational A92 Kay Spencer Business lean Stuart Teachers' Aide -.4 le . 41, ,, luanita Shew Lynn Small Resource Business i, yf, M , A 1' 94 1-lm W X ct Deborah Stanley Kim Steed English Vocational 'W' Sulliv n ngli' Katrina Sullivan french W Lorrie Varner Sc ienc e Donna Thornburg enrytV Math 'cience 4 'V km- X it -e.: ' 5 V :mA l 2 SEQ Char-lie White Physical Education Cheryl Wiegert Resource lerry Winnett Physic al Education in Kay Spencer Katrina Sullivan Of the thirty teachers that partici- pated in the Trinhian Teacher Survey, 30fXa were class officers, 70mm were not, 4321 earned a Varsity letter, 57'Xn did not, 37'Xs had no curfew, 32, had a midnight curfew, 4OfXJ had an 71 o'clock curfew, and l3'Ms had a 10 ofclock curfew. ,,, ,tg R V1 . .. A ,, Q' , W ,, .vi Pherby Graham Teachers 95 A GRAND GROUP lane Chandra Evangeline Freeman Nancy Rgbertg The library was a very special place on the campus at Trinity High School during the 1985-86 school year. The student body depended greatly on three outstanding and dedicated ladies. Mrs. lane Chandra, Mrs. Evange- line Freeman, and Mrs. Nancy Roberts gave great effort to locate the needed information and to help all students. From locating books to taping special programs, no task was to great or to small for these outstanding educators. They put the students of Trinity High School first in their hearts. SMOOTHING THE ROUGH EDGES JO? The Guidance Department was one of the most dedicated organizations and services at Trinity High School. Seniors found support from Mrs. Emily Carswell, Mrs. Rachel Heilig, Mrs. Linda Kennerly, and Mrs. PatMilIs as they soughtadmission to various colleges and universities. Un- derclassman also visited the guidance office for assistance with their schedules and for needed advice about the school's academic and social life. It was truly a team effort by four special ladies. They handled the pressures of testing, scheduling, and assisting students with smiles on their faces. Sometimes life was rough but they helped to smooth the edges. ..... f i V ,.' M. y -'i' is Q. it if ti 'M Pat Mills Linda Kennerly Emily Carswell Rachel Heilig I . l f '11-ffl' I' The cafeteria staff at Trinity High School gave a service to the school, community, and students. Many their hard work and effort went without notice or Still, Mrs. Ruby Welborn and her staff served hot, meals each and every day. To demonstrate is care and concern for the students cafeteria staff created several new innovations. They perimented with a salad bar and a new cafeteria ment. The cafeteria ladies had a successful school year Trinhian Staff members congratulates them for their oeoica-5 3 tion. HERE'S LOOKING AT YOU . . , super ladies! . ABOVE LEFT . . . Lunch is a pleasure for students at THS. 1 , LEFT . . . Many topics of conversation are discussed at lunch. BELOW LEFT , . .Cafeteria manager Ruby Welborn arranges A meals with love and efficiency. . BELOW . . . Faye Cardwell, Virginia Craven, Shirley Ruth Edwards, Clara Floyd, Goldie Hatfield, Helen Peggy Simmons, Mary Summit, Ruby Welborn. A, ,Y ..... .... ti 1. ,. My f K I 4, ,, .V ' "- t's' 1 ' " - -- .e.t S . .- L - . ,,.,, V ' .V . ,Wm 1. , A7 M Z5 .. V ft . , . . ' T 1 ' " C a feteri A 'H "PW Q "4 AR. HZ ' E ' V Ma. Y A was WE, E5 I , , 1, ml wk HERE'S LOOKING AT You X JU NIGRS HERE'S LOOKING AT You SQPHOMORES HERE'S LOOKING AT YOU FRESHMEN x f if ff' fi 'E' f ., xr , 8 wg ww. , 1l juniors 107 I J J X K1 ww 537: wi - 'X 5 xkg Q SF . x- 'E X SNR fe 3 if ' Rs 3 X' Qs K ga my - as 4 . 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' . 7 ' 7 X' -Q ' , . . . ., ' ' .. . - V- . f A-fx ' f- " . M1 . -H , Y: 1'-fiifwli S ., ' A Q ' x - Hera is the 1 B85 Trinity High School varsity football team: Front row, left to right, Brent Norfleet, David Welborn, Kevin Stafford, Todd Royals, Mike Queen, Eric Newton. Second row: Brien Kelly, Jeff Lewis, Blair Collett, Scott Jennings, Keith Buick, David Webb. Third row: Keith Parrish, David Lindsey, Ken Hill, Darrin Free, Keith Ridge, Ken Snider, Damon Whitaker. Fouth row: Chris Southern, Kevin Rabon, Sam Barker, Wayne Roach, Curtis Godwin, Chris Dennis. Fifth row: Allan Hunt, Mike Armstrong, Daryl Flesor, Mike Miller, Charlie Dean, Mark Byerly. Back row: Coaches David Flathburn, Charlie White, Dirk Burley, Chuck Hatley, Chuck Gentry, Terry Linthicum. F-'rum inf the season on Augusta!! sie, Beach David Rathburn ftiie staff knew the 1 sae-eejgaiespniafghis hw P9""'?i".f9"?9F"F4"F 'fb-ve -rw f llkff-W 'fel wqvfdiffvkvphard .Fndl l r L .l.. .l illla T W V 4lv X ALGWSBN3-SY 6, X have lamina H Bass L if high lachuassiaaria sehayfdw .whit Wm A bathe appuargnfeds.. iTh.a'fima1: L A V iiil isyuiww it A Ledford Fbegah the best ,season ithegBulldoga'had eniuyed in a A I I I I 128 Varsity Football DDNIINANCE The varsity football team began its season with a 27-6 victory over Ledford. The Bulldogs offense gained 228 yards on 27 carries and the defense held the Panthers in check all night. David Lindsey gained 85 yards on 'I B carries and scored on uchdown to lead all rushe Hill gained B5 yards o carries and Brent Norflee cored a 63 yard second-quarter touch- down. lt was a very important game for the Bulldogs because it enabled them to achieve a fast start and to show the school and the community their improvement over the summer. ' DOGS TAIVIE TIGEFIS The second game of the season brought Flendleman to Trinity High School Stadium. It was an exciting and emo- tional football game for both teams, but the Trinity Bull- dogs experienced the thrill of victory with a 6-D win. Keith Pa rrish h WXNT ree inte r- ceptions "'l big one gn the last p the third quarter. He returned the ball to the Tiger 'I 6. Despite a clip- ping call and a fumble, Todd Royals scored the game's only touchdown from the one yardline. There was no doubt that the Bulldogs wanted this game greatly. fx . Varsity Football 129 ANDTHER DNE BITES THE DUST if if The first away game for the Bulldogs wasn't a very impressive showing for the offense. In fact, the defense won this game with senior free safety Keith Parrish picking off three Southern Guilford passes. The Bulldogs created five first-liilbglxygggqlgqigfllrnovers, leading Trinity's touchdownsfm avid Lindsey scored the first touchdown with a five yard run with 11:21 to play in the first half. He led all rushers with 74 yards on 1 7 carries. The final score was Trinity 14 Southern Guilford 7. Big Play Defense Defeats Wildcats! The Bulldogs took an im- pressive 3-0 record to Ramseur and used its superior defense to defeat Eastern Randolph 23-14. Mike Armstrong, Curtis Godwin and Chris Dennis controlled the line of scrimmage as the Bulldogs took a 23-0 lead . MM V after the quarter and held on Impressive victory. Dgifiiffifiiindsey gained 10S yards on 22 carries and scored two touchdowns and Ken Hill rushed for S2 yards on 10 carries. David Welborn came up with a big intercep- tion at the end of the game. After this game, the Bulldogs received the ranking of Sth in the state SA poll. The Bulldogs were high. I .I 130 Varsity Football A TRINITY TASTES FIRST DEFEAT The fifth week of the season brought the Glenn Bobcats to Trinity Stadium. The game was dominated by the Glenn defense who took control early and won by a score of 14-6. The bright point for the Bulldogs, on an dark eve- ning, was Todd completed B of 18 passes for 196 yards and a touchdown. The only score came with 4:13 to play in the game when Royals hit Charlie Dean for a 74-yard touchdown. It was the first loss for the 4-1 Bulldogs. LDNGING FDR REVENGE It was a masterpiece. In Trinity's first conference game against High Point Central, the Bulldogs com- pletely dominated the Bisons to the tune of 34-20. The Bulldogs trailed 14-7 at halftime but outscored High Point Central 27-S in the second half. Trinity had 15 second-half downs and 290 yards. David 191 yards on 23 scored on runs of 30 and 1 yards. Ken Hill gained 113 yards on 17 carries and also scored twice on runs of S and 32. His final TD with a 1:34 to play was the clincher. Brent Norfleet had 79 yards on 6 carries and broke tackle after tackle once he was in the secondary. It was a team effort. 1 A : Varsity Football 1 31 DDGS STF-IEAK PAST SPARTANS When the Bulldogs traveled to the home of the Central Davidson Spartans, they ex- pected a fairly easy victory, But, the Dogs quickly discovered that the Spartans were good. Two successful long drives, one at the end of the first quarter and the other at the opening of the second half, gave the Bulldogs a But the third quarter ggfielled disaster and in approximately five minutes the game was knotted 14-14. In overtime, the game's winner came on a down-and-out pattern in the left flat. Todd Royals connected with Brent Norfleet for a five yard touch- down pass for a 20-14 victory and a S-1 overall and 2-D con- ference record. HDIVIECDIWING FIALLY FALLS SHDFIT It was Homecoming '85 at Trinity Stadium as the Bulldogs faced the Flagsdale Tigers. The Tigers got off to a good start and led 1 4-0 at the half. But, the Dogs woulcki-'t go down without e ight 81d came back clawing in the second half, much to the enioyment of the enthusiastic Bulldog fans. David the game with 1 76 carries. He brought to within -51 M --aw 1 4-6 with a 6 yard touchdown run on the last play of the third quarter. A two-point conversion failed with 5:12 remaining in the game. Ken Hill scored the final touchdown on a fourth and goal play from the one. A second two point conversion failed and the Bulldogs were left with a 6-2 over- all nd e 2-1 league record. 132 Varsity Football A WHEN IT RAINS IT PDURS It was a cold and rainy night at Trinity Stadium as the Blue Comets of Asheboro came to town. Hurricane Juan had passed over the coast and poured its monsoon rains on the Trinity turf for two straight days. The playing con- ditions were bad and the Blue Comets slipped by the Bulldogs 15-13. The Bulldogsixlgagan the game with their lead and were ahead 'IS-U in the third quarter. As the rain contin- ued, the Bulldogs saw Ashe- boro turn a fourth quarter blocked punt into a -15-13 victory. David Lindsey had 99 yards and Todd Royals threw the ball well despite the bad weather. The defense played tough but the blocked punt was the big play of the game. NO IVIIRACLES TONIGHT In the final game of the season, Trinity traveled to A.-J. Simeon Stadium to face the powerhouse, High Point Andrews Red Raiders. The Dogs, with a 6-3 record, had hopes of and a playoff the game progressed, the tough defeats of the previous two weeks took their toll and the Bulldogs went down to defeat. The season ended for the Bulldogs with a 6-4 record. . ZX : Varsity Football 133 ' N ,,,1 . f - " M 'sa'---11-,. 'c ' v "" ,. HZ L Q -3 . 7 :iiii""-.Zmiiif " ,f,gf1-. . . .f - ?m.Q, 'Fi'ifP?,'- -' ' ""' ""'1w:' -J -QJT2-Z.., .'LJ'E' TOD IVIUCH ADVEFISITY lLeftJ: Trinity's offense is ready for a big play against Andrews. l!BelowJ: Sammy Jarrett bur ts down the left sideline for e big gain against H.P. Andrews. Bottom row: Travis Harper, Butch Mullis, Kevin Gillespie, Sammy Jarrett, John Seats, Elden Hert. Second row: Keith Fields, Chris Chavis, Matt Smith, Alan Dean, Doug Ross. Third row: Bryan Brinkley, Chad Flheuark, Brian Ne ly, Dana Trytten, Roscoe Roach, Derek Saunders. Fourth row: Marcus McCoy, Forrest Harrell, Mike Marsh, Bart Prevost, Braxton White. Fifth row: David Campbell, Flay Nleshburn, John Byerly, Donald Davis, David Albert- son, Shawn McDowell. Sixth row: Jeff Bryant, Doug Tug- gla, Dee Brown, Bobby Nance, Billy Lucas. 134 Junior Varsity Football ,XM 5 "" ' """' " 11 ' .-as .....,,,-4,-. -iui... 1' A ,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,, ,,,, : , lifoffiilxiiifif"gj,,Qg1fi1 Z' "f - Qiiiiffl " " - .... ii ' f'if 11,1 :J H ,,,, i i1iii,,,-A ' ' 3 1 A , -- J " , ' 'ff - .iQi'i1,3Q "" L' . .e.g.z.4:f'f- ' THS's aggressive defense makes another big play against the Red Raiders. Summer came to an abrupt end on August first for the members of the junior varsity football team. A great group of young men worked extremely hard during pre-season and were rewarded with a delightful 3-C start. It included wins over Ledford, Randleman and Southern Guilford. The turning point in the season came in the fourth game against Eastern Randolph. Several key offensive and defen- sive personnel were lost due to injuries. Un- fortunately, even when these players returned, the team never jelled as they had before and finished with a 3-7 record. Even though much disappointment was felt, a great deal of good came from the season. Many freshmen and untested sophomores experienced the thrill of playing at the high school level. Team captains Kevin Gillespie and Doug Tuggle provided much leadership and talent until Kevin was moved to varsity late in the season. The offense showed much promise and with a little experience should be exceptional in years to come. Dffensive team leaders were Dee Brown, Sammy Jarrett, Doug Ross and Nlatt Smith. The defense was simply incredible at times and if injuries had not depleted it somewhat, it would have been a better season. Defensive team leaders in- cluded David Campbell, Alan Dean and Marcus McCoy. Congratulations are to be given to the junior varsity team for sticking together and learning to play under Coach Larry Walker. 135 GOAL THE "o Sz: nt H ahh ow egiefnflrneelih Ur-,,i 9: 4 Q . 3. '71 llll-,sl Tiseelfhge Lo 'TQ Ck Hill QW- '78,- . ' Ah bl sie 1985-BS Varsity Soccer team - Front Row, Sitting: Amanda Lockhart, Pam Collins, Angie Pulaski. Middle Row Kneeling: Scott Dalton, Frank Garrido, Tommy Hancock, Bobby McCroskey, David Hall, Bryan Reece, Greg Allen, Chris Peronto, Jackie McDowell, Ignacio Ibarbia, Johnnie Spivey. Back Row: Coach Mike Sink, Rhett Carter, Bill Austin, Jeff Hill, Elliott Drr, Devid Sink, Ty Clodfelter, David Helms, Steve Burckhalter, Collins Fulcher, Gary Taylor, Richard Brown, Kevin Keith, Coach Gary Brown. 136 Varsity Soccer Steve Burckhalter shows right moves in a victory over the Panthers. In a soccer match, the seconds, or as in the Trinity's soccer One of these Bulldogs to home Sink and Gary Trinity's soccer team truly L ,, . gif tr'-'us lcher 6 ef' . r Collins Fu 1'rinWV ence 5Bn'o. ld ag-get' 3 the he same' can be inches or determination. first two games. enabled the team brought it played two wins, state. Kevin Kew" 5""' ' " """" """" Stokes- player concen- trates at all times. Steve Burckhalter performs this skill. Varsity Soccer 137 A "VOLLEY" GOOD TIME The LADY SPIKEFIS of Trinity High definitely held their own dur- ing their first year in the new Tri- County Conference. Along with the conference change, there was yet another big switch for the volleyballers. They had a new coach, Cathy Claris. She brought with her a different style of play, conduct and attitude which the players truly enjoyed. The netters were certainly classified as a very young team. Of the sixteen members, there was only one senior lcaptain Anita Andrewsl, no juniors, nine sophomores lLe Ann Kennedy, Denise Sikes, Gail White, Lori Hill, Deana Brown, Holly Fulcher, Renee Canter, Lachovia Parrish and Lydia Hancockl, and six freshmen lFlobin Joyce, Jennifer Hughes, Daisy Barrios, Amy Simmons, Dawn Whlte and Myra Granger! The LADY NETTEFIS faced many tough challenges during the course of the season They ended the season with a 12 S record All slx defeats were by close margins. In fact, many of the defeats came in extremely close two point-three game matches. The LADY BULLDOGS placed third in regular season con- ference play behind T. Wingate Andrews and Ragsdale. In the conference tournament, the girls finished second only to Andrews, earning a bid to the state play-offs. But it was "sad times" for the LADY NETTERS falling to Southern Alamance in the first round. Le Ann Kennedy and Gail White were selected for the All- Conference team. Kennedy also took the Most Valuable Player and Magnum awards for the THS season, while Lachovia Parrish earned the Most lm- proved award Losing only one starter, the LADY BULLDOG NETTERS are "set" for several "totally awesome" seasons to come At least for this year, the LADY SPIKEPS were caught havlng "A VOLLEY GOOD TIME"' me V' 9 99 . Gail White makes an awesome block in the match against H. P.C. noedfl D881-ga Br K xv V- . K K ole 8'-'ne o"""' na N - PJ' "' hit - 3898 t - . Ve agaln U D5 Blgons keg to 8 Anite Andrews Gail White Le Ann Kennedy Denise Sikes Lori Hill Flenee Canter Deana Brown Holly Fulcher Lydia Hancock Lachovia Parrish Amy Simmons Jennifer Hughes Robin Joyce Daisy Barrios Myra Granger Dawn White eg ups T1 Volleyball 1 39 """' fff, , mam ......q Y return again ........,. .-.....W.-, wf H K. VA'V " f ""' ""' ' T, ,mWfw,, E gaining' , fki, Vkhk firik l Zri . ,V 5, g 5155, iii f WWQHMWQQZQEWEEEZiigggifwfwavw I- YYHIWM another winner-. 9 for ie Pugh is on tar at for B ' Pugh Stretches stephanie st High Point Andr'BW9 Ii I Steve Burckhalter takes a break after a rough three mile race. There is no doubt in Rodney Foley' mind that Trinity is the best. as Bit 3 . -, . . QS Plains, may RACING i TD RICHES Running is a sport that not only requires endurance but also great determination. Teresa Hobbs demonstrates both abili- ties against Flagsdale. "V Minka Cross Country 143 -r TUPN ou THE I-'GHT5 VARSITY WRESTLERS: Front Row, left to right: Billy Lucas, David Hall, Mike Grissom, Mark Horn, Daryl Resor, William Hedgecock. Second Row, left to right: Keith Ridge, Robbie Dennis, Bryan Reece, Chris Dennis, Ken Hill. Back Row, left to right: David Lindsey, Curtis Godwin, Bryan Kennedy, Jeff Caughron. Back: Coach Jerry Winnett. 144 Varsity Wrestling ai Varsity Wrestling 145 The grappling Bulldogs of Trinity began their exciting season on November 'I st. Hav- ing dominated the North Piedmont Confer- ence for many years, the Bulldogs entered a new conference, the Tri-County Confer- ence, hoping for the same results. With such schools as High Point Andrews and Ragsdale being recent state champions and H.P. Cen- tral also being a strong state competitor, Coach Jerry Winnett was faced with what seemed to be a rough road ahead. lt turned out to be a season worth remembering. ,av M3 Controlling the opponent is an important part in wrestling, as displayed by William Hedgecock. 146 Varsity Wrestling Keith Flidge rocks his High Point Central opponent to his back. The grapplers opened up the season with an impress- ive non-conference victory over East Davidson E57-SJ. They ended the dual match season winning the Tri- County Conference Championship by pounding 18th ranked Flagsdale 56-14. During the season, Trinity wrestlers destroyed all who took to the mat. They had outstanding wins against Grimsley, ranked 3rd in state, C43-223, Salisbury C58-71, Ledford C59-133, North Forsyth E64-121, South Stokes C57-121, and Madison-Mayodan l52- 1 BJ in non-conference action. In conference duals, they crushed opponents H.P. Cen- tral lI55-BJ, H.P. Andrews C41-181, Asheboro E66-31, and Central Davidson E66-91. The Bulldogs captured first place in the Rockingham County Tournament, North Forsyth Quad Meet, Trinity Invitational, Eden Morehead Classic, defeating l st year's state champs, C pe Fear, and the Tri-County Conference Tourna- ment. They finished the season with a 1 5-D overall and 5-D record in conference action and a 35 match win- ning streak. They outpinned 1 6 1 -3 1 , outscored 251 B- 1224, and outmanned 262-78 their opponents and were ranked 2nd in the state by Mat News throughout most of the year. This year's squad was led by seniors Daryl Flesor I1 15 Ibs.J, William Hedgecock C129 Ibs.J, Keith Ridge C1 41 lbs.J, and David Lindsey I1 SB Ibs.J. David Lindsey was named Tri-County wrestler of the year for his su- perb job on the mat. The whole squad was successful with eleven all-conference wrestlers nd every wrestler on the team had a winning record. Having been so successful through the regular sea- son, the Trinity wrestlers had high hopes entering the Midwest Sectionals at South lredell. After leading the majority of the tournament, the Bulldogs pulled away from second place Statesville winning 124 points to 1 15. They captured the Midwest Sectionals for the second straight year. David Hall I1 DB Ibs.J placed first, Mark Horn C122 lbs.J and David Lindsey E198 Ibs.J placed second, Ken Hill I1 BB lbs.J placed third and Wil- Iiam Hedgecock C129 lbs.J and Curtis Godwin IIUNLJ placed fourth. These wrestlers advanced to the Mid- west Flegion ls in Kannapolis. At Kannapolis, the Trinity wre tlers finished third in total team points. Placing for the Bulldogs were D vid Lindsey lfirstl, David Hall and Mark Horn llsecondl, and William Hedgecock Cfourthl. They continued to pace the Bulldogs at the state tournament at Parkland High in Winston-Salem. The Bulldogs finished ninth at the state tournament in Winston-Salem. David Lindsey finished second and David H II placed fourth for the Bulldogs. Congratula- tions to all the wrestlers and coaches! "Turn out the lights", an awesome season had ended. Ken Hill adjusts his vise-like grip, forcing his opponent to be pinned. Chris Dennis uses a reverse move and takes control of his match. Mike Grissom demonstrates a move on hi Ragsdala opponent. Varsity Wrestling 147 I 15 148 Varsity Wre Nlatswerecleaned, the floor was swept and drunks were served be cause of the ded :cated grap plerettes Tuna Simmons and Chrlstl Fulp Eco captalnsl, Amy Frye, Tlna Hlll, Leigh Rlce, Angela Russell, Rebecca Cole, Tonya Davls, Deanna Prlce, dexter, Karln Hodg and Jamie Rlce supported the I v and varsity wrestlers through out the season They also spent a couple of their Saturdays a Beverly Poin- ' t BEHIND THE SCENES Chri ti Fulp, Beverly Poindexter, Leigh Rice, Jamie Rice, Tina Simmons, Deanna Price, Angela Russell, Karin Hodges, Tonya Davis, Tina Hill, Rebecca Cole. Sponsor: Barbara Mayton. Angela Russell warns the referee that the time is up during a match at the Trinity Invitational. tournaments keep- ing score and push- ing them to success. Nlrs. Barbara Mayton was their sponsor and she encouraged the young Iadi to do a good job. Even though the grap- plerettes did not get the recognition they deserved, they performed a task unlike any other at THS. The wrestling program at THS was suc cessful again this year because of the support of the grapplerettes Supporting and cheering on the wres- tlers helped to achieve one win after another for THS. Karin Hodges Cleft! and Deanna Price Crightl exhibit this at the Trinity-High Point Andrews match. Grapplerettes 1 49 THE RIGHT STUFF Here are some of the 1 SBS-BS JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING team mem bers. Front Row: Kevin Keith, Terrell Sellers, Jon Key, Randy Tucker, Brax- ton White, Joey Myers, and Chip Caison. Middle Flow: Dale Wall, Bill Austin Avery Payne, Travis Bowman, Chad Rheuark, Keith Fields, and Jerry Dills B ok Row: Chris Game, Jason Bates, Jason Hill, and Brien Kirkman. 'ISC J.V. Wrestling ..,p"9'e 1 ,,.',,""' 53 Q gf S., as-eg, R 5 , Y, V .5 9 Q' K if if The fans at THB had many thlngs to cheer about during this year as the glrls varsity basketball team wrapped up the flrst successful season ln quite a few years. ,The players were constantly criti- clzed for being young and inexperienced, but they showed everyone that they had expended their talents into a winning team. The girls basketball team gained state- rsnklng early ln the season, but suffered some close defeats midway through their schsdule to such tou h squads as High Point Central and T. Wingate Andrews, bringing the Bulldogs final overall record to 17-7. Leading the way for the Lady Bulldogs were sophomores Denise Slkes, Gall Whlte, Le Ann Kennedy, junior Teresa Hobbs, and senior Anita Andrews. With herd work and dedication towards the team, the Lady Cegers were able to take some close victories, and at times, leave the opposing team at a "standstIll." Ma- lor vlotorles came against Flagsdale, Asheboro, and Central Davidson. ln her first versity coaching season, Re- nee Hayes became s leader and frlend to the players. She was able to transform the "young, inexperienced" players into a state-ranked team. During post-season tournament play, the Lady Bulldogs displayed tremendous deslre and hustle. They defeated Ashe- boro 72-54 ln the first-round of the Trl- County Conference Tournament. The Bulldogs' second-round opponent was the Blsons of High Point Central. Although the Bleons defeated the Bull- dogs in the flret two regular season meet- lngs, the Lady Bulldogs pulled off e major- upset victory over H.P.C. B4-59 in dou- ble overtlme. The Bulldogs lost a heart- breaking game to T. Wingate Andrews in the conference championship finals B1- 49. The ulldoge then advanced to the dis- trlet play-offs. The first game was against Northeast Guilford. -1 +1 FIEACHING NEW HDFIIZDNS - -w- .gm m. -ITT . I I I , J Gail White shoots for two in a tremendous con- I 1 ference effort against High Point Andrews. I I llill I I I I A A 4 Back row: Gail White, Denise Sikes, Lori Hill, Le Ann Kennedy, Stacie Gahagan, Renee Hyde. Front row: Deana Brown, Lydia Hancock, captain - Anita Andrews, co-captain - Teresa Hobbs, Holly Fulcher, Coach Renee Hayes. 1 X x .1.-1i.- 1- -+- L i N 'S X Le Ann Kennedy scores in the lane over High Point Andrews' tower of power, Joyce Robinson. w X. R NNY Y 1 it ix Denise Sikes powers in a big bucket in the heart- breaking defeat to the Red Flaiders. Gixs V rsity Blketball 155 X X X Front Row: Manager Earl Walker, Chris Chavis, Steve Kearns, Nlatt Smith, Doug Tuggla, Kevin Gillespie, and Greg Allen. Beck Row: Coach Robert Wilson, Brian Kelly, Ricky Hilburn, Lonnie Wallace, David Helms, David Sink, Dee Brown, Manager Elden Hurt, and Assistant Coach Randy Justice. 1 ', mf - w 1 ' V "-"',lff..'w1-,I 'ffi,.1 I lik I fi'ie if fix Qli W r, i ' .lli W lwev gf iv, a I lllr ' T Q Brian Kelly! should mmm up, varsity he glue them ltil ff frl W .LJ77 ,ifiZ5Qfie',ggJf, ff if ,,f', I S ufyj I liiil f yallty ilai ,,el , lklk fff 155 Boys .J.v. Basketball ...K W S... S . ... K S l 1 ' R S K T king full advantage of a pick by Kevin Gillespie, Doug Tuggle drives the right side of the lane in search of two points against Flagsdale. l CDNGUEFIING THE COMPETITION Boys J.V. Basketball 157 NDT BUILT IN A DAY if X The J.V. girls basketball players had a very disappointing 1585-BS season. Even though they lacked the height, strength, and experience to be strongly competitive, they compen- sated their weaknesses with hustle, desire, and aggressiveness. As the season continued, they gained confidence and developed the trait of positive atti- tudes. The leading rebounder for the j.v. girls was Tobi Wood while the leading scorers were Stephanie Pugh and Lisa Taylor. Dawn White was Miss Hustle as she constantly stalked her opponents. The team captains were sopho- mores Kenda Dawkins and Renee Carter. They gave much leadership to the younger players. The most improved play- ers were Flobin Joyce and Dawn White. Much of the team's desire to "hang-in-there" was due to the strong leadership of Co ch Terry Linth- icum. It was obvious that Coach Linthicum kept the girls in high spirits throughout the season. After the last game, he stated: "The greatest compliment I could give these indi- viduals, who gave all their time and energy, is that they never gave up and they will be back. Isn't that what winning is all about?" 158 Girls ..l.v. easkeebau X 1 It's two points for the Bulldogs and for Stephanie Pugh. Tobi Wood stretches for two against Flagsdale. Flenee Canter and Stephanie Pugh had a great basketball season. Against the Tigers they are caught playing aggres- ' I . awe V Girls J.V. Basketball 159 In-K GIRLS TENNIS rlnlty 3 Ashebaro rlnlty 1 H.P. Central rlnlty 3 C. Davldlon rlnlty D Andrswl Hn Alhsbora Flagudnla H P Contra! C Dlvldaun , Rlgldal The 1986 golf team "teed-off" for a successful season by defeating its first opponent, High Point Central, 169-178. The team consisted of six returning Iettermen, Joel Love, Kevin Renn, Don Taylor, Mike Grissom, Ryan King and Scottie Wilmouth. Dther mem- bers included David Eaton, Chris Howard, David Wellborn, Jerimie Butler, Darren Skeen and Farren Skeen. The team members possessed many skills. an Club ln was a very dedicated coach He dld an outstanding the 1986 golf team. Congratu- to all of the golf members for their fine performances. They "teed-off" and gained success throughout the season. TEED-DFF AGAIN . fi ,Milf -wigge f, Fisk 1,19 makes Joel I-ox:H5 golf team for 'he 1986 Golf Team Members: Front Row - Jerimie Butler, Mike Grissom, Dar- ren Skeen, David Welborn. Middle Row - Scottie Wilmouth Farren Skeen, Ryan King, Joel Love. Back Row - David Eaton, Don Taylor, Chris Howard, and Kevin Renn. Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity ' olf Schedule It's a perfect drive for angbher Donnie Taylor M,,,,,kI,,,W..fWMWm,.,,.,.,. ,M .,,. ,. ,, .,,, ., ,Z ,,, WW ,, , ,, f + f ff 1986 Varsity Baseball Schedule Mf- 'U' ,Ht I if T1 Vigo.. H f ,- my ,, ., ,Bi M Trlnlty vs East Davidson Trinity Ledford f Trlnlty vs East Davidson Ledford Wag., ., ,.,f, Wg. ww , L, ,, . -f,:.f"'p1 , ,f ,, : 5 " " V53 L Trlnlty vs Eastern Randolph f L Trinity v Flandleman Trlnlty vs Trlnlty vs Flandleman Trlnlty vs Flagsdale Trinity vs Asheboro Trlnlty vs Central Davidson Trlnlty vs High Point Central Trinity vs High Point Andrews Trlmty vs Flagsdale Trinity vs Asheboro Trinity vs Central Davidson Trinity vs High Point Central Trinity vs High Point Andrews D I ' ' vs Trinity vs 162 Varsity Baseball 1' MVA . ,,.1l 1 ,,l:,, ,lilli it Eastern Randolph ""i ,,., ffj "a, al The 'I BBS varsity baseball team opened its season on IVIarch 'lst at home against East Davidson. The season had a successful beginning with the Bulldogs destroying the Golden Eagles 'I 7-7. The following few games proved to be equally as successful. Seniors Robbie Brock, Joey Hilburn, and Darin Myers and junior Kevin Flabon were definite assets to the team because of their defense and offense. Keith Parrish continued to improve as a fine defensive player. As of publication, the varsity baseball team had a 'I-3 record. With each game, the team seemed to continue to improve because of ex- cellent batters, great outfielders, and super pitchers. A successful season was definitely in the future. The team was "Destined to Win." W W , if 9, B! ,.,, 4. ,mvifi Sometimes the best offense is a good defense. Good pitching by Robbie Brock tleftl and good catching by Kevin Rabon lirightl an makes a successful 2 season for the Bulldogs. 2 i I K , 1 ff UPPER LEFT PICTURE: Varsity Baseball Team - Front Row- Darin Nlyers, Brian Bowers, Robbie Brock, Kevin Flabon, Collins Fulcher, Mike White, Second Flow - Coach Chuck Hatley, David Webb, Joey Hilburn, Lance McCall, Ken Snider, Keith Parrish, Stan Byrd, Jody Cox, Coach Dirk Gurley, Not Pictured - Clrlando Barrios, Gary Taylor, Manager - Scott Allen, Scorekeepers - Heather Johnson and Holly Fulcher. Varsity Baseball 163 we PG Hard work Bhd lon produced maio ' ' 'ISGS b 9 Proc r divid cya i teafn tices ends for the unior varsity baseball as it rolled through another successful season. Begin ' late February, pract' stantly ham Still ning :ces DBl"ed , th I were con- by bad weather. e team had no t defeating E. Davidso opener in ea lh roubl n in th rly M I his se Li ' Q 1 eseason I arch. cond coachin hthlcufh Stri cessful swear. Terry ved hard for a suc- season. As of writing, the boys iunior varsity team had won four games and lost two games compared to last year's start of three wins and three defeats. Players such as Kevin Gillespie, I Lenny Webb, and Steve Kearns aided in much of the team's f success. Freshmen players, espe- cially Butch Mullis, provided m support throughout t Maior opoo Asheb uch he se nents oro, Ragsd ason. inc HP A ale. Du luded hCll"elIv S 'UQ i B11 s, a ts st d me n Cl P8117-IQ ior op iunior- US DPS Dbheh , varsit b Sl-ICC HM ctices A ts the boys V aseball team found ess in the spring of 1986 by oving lnto Action" I sref'e new hlvlumsl : Front Bute .tehell II 1-QBIT1 IvancBuovvLlVl'rnith, v Basebser. Bobbxniddm R Mat' S J. ' F98 Ven- 'lens 936 ank Cl-a 9 A 1 r-ns' Fr h. Lyn ill. Gps Kea e nOac Mghle noses Carey Haunnl k Fl'-"w - Bae InqSl . - . He . thlcurn Vld I th- ach Terrghllzspiegcgst Falrelo C0 in d Doug T"?2ff,',on'kfT.I2lbu1"5 an Sl Gul' B I 5t9Ve bb. rt Lenny-:Bred - Ku pu Not v Ba5ebaII J- ' 164 .ffmml 'lb' 'i N Kevin Gillespie pitches another strike against East Davidson. Lyn Craven dashes home for a big ru ' n against East Hu stle is the key to Davidson success for Do ug Tuggle. J.V. Baseball 165 Trinity vs Trinity vs Trinity vs Trinity vs Trinity vs Trinity vs T Trinity vs Trinity vs Trinity vs Trinity vs Trinity vs Trinity vs Trinity vs Trinity vs Trinity vs Trinity vs, Trinity vs Trinity vs Trinity vs Trinity vs. 1586 Varsity Softball Schedule Ledford East Davidson Ledford Eastern Randolph East Davidson Forbush Southwest Randolph Southern Guilford South Alamance Chatham Central Ragsdale Asheboro Central Davidson High Point Central High Point Andrews Ragsdale Asheboro Central Davidson High Point Central High Point Andrews Amanda Lockhart leads the hitting for the Bulldogs against Ledford. Q" 417 a VARSITZ 198 ALL: 5' ' '-'WFT P-HWS ASL . 9 .n gzewsamddainow Nugzthnifer Hughes, :en-as 2 Kewl Ha' ' 1.-:dia wk Berries' Kefida Hancock' sack Dawiuns' coach now 4 cla'.iBl cachva Browrgil DB3-'ge 53496: G n Dan' L8 An antel' 1 J white! Lori n9dY: 530 146266 Hyde, '-'andy Ixxxiamson' Over?-ash' 166 J.V.!Varsity Softball The Lady Bulldogs softball season had a cold start In more ways than one Proc tical began in early February with frigid temperatures and snow flurr-lea Another early season obstacle was the elements of many mmm!! players beuauam M whulr lm- vawament in the auwmw1wM1l111 long running HBMWMN WMV ern meh an Anita Amlwnwm L6 mm Kmnn1a11w1 Mmmlnm Hikes, Nmll whim, WMM mmm L111111111 M1111 1111-wi Mmm Hyde pwhuuimuu WNW Www their fwuh ummm ml the Seddon The "Lady Bmftlaallwmmll hadaslewstartferthwflrmt time In several years The girls had no problems with fielding but the hitting department iust had not in the short time that they had practised They lest to East Davidson and Ladford ln close one r-un defeats but the girls bounced back -md "got alive" defeating Ledford 'The Lady Bulldogs played strongly in uonferenel play The Tri County Conference teams proved to be pnwnrful but the girl! enjoyed the shallenge The mumbai! 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J.V.!Varsity Softball 'IS7 CFF TC THE RACES Devid Sink is off to tha races and a victory against Thomasville. M106 Mika Armstrong makes another winning toss in the discus competl tion. 1 68 Track With the track team compet- ing for the first time in the newly formed Tri-County Conference, members knew a lot of hard work and dedication would be neces- sary if their season was to be a successful one. With approxi- mately thirty-five people on the team, Coach Jimmie Burchette looked forward to hopefully one of the best track season ever at Trinity High School. Coach Burchette knew his team had talent but they lacked ex- perience. To have a successful season, various athletes will have to assume leadership roles. Leaders of the team included Blair Collett, Ken Hill, Todd Floyals, and Gerrick Gann. New stars on the team included Billy Austin, Mike Armstrong, and Dee Brown. At press time, the track team had yet to compete in a meet. But because of hard work and in- tense practices, the team and coaches were preparing for a season that they would like to remember. J A r 4 ff ? if 5 if X MAI' . 4 i --...- M, . ., .QW ,nw-wx. ll I IIVII ' "Z, '. nf? wwf ll Y h ,1 K iw!! , ,W??, A zW...',..p W. ww. Q 9 , 1 A Sgmx 3 'L ll na Il: rx if rw -F4 wi a 5,5 425: sm R1 - N5 QS wwww 1 g ",' if fx Q, A' "2- , '14, -'g' . xi 4 V, ,i 4 f ' V ff ' 15, gf I V -4 . Q ,L ww gy n 1 , .,v w f N A Q, Q 5. , 3 , " f 1 2 1 ' X . K ,. ,,,V, M W I. W,5,,.4.WQ-fp m m 4 Q In A Q 4' V .xm., I ,. F s , 'ff , 'n fu -il '25 " K N I x, an 'fitfff Qs. 23' W4 f, ,W N JZ? ,wif 529147 ,I ' ,v ff M, mg fffjfffy W W W WWW fl h ' W, W, ,f 'Jvc f ff,,,,m f 4 32 I QQ f yr 24" ,M ,v f f WW? 'W I 4 35,5 Afvzfyw ,mf WW M A , fn wQ'f:1z,21.. f ' 'i,,.,,.. K h , , . ,Q V Q J U ,, ' f M' "" ,, 7 ' , fg,,':f,4:v.35,J:,,:..fg 2 a-, , vb ' '- Lily 1' f, f':5f'f . In A New 1 x A Tennis is a game which involves quickness and fast decisive thinking. All of these traits, plus a fierce burn- ing desire to win, were exhibited by the Trinity tennis team in the infant stages of the 'I SBS tennis season. It began with two resounding victories over East Davidson by scores of S-3 and 7-2. Seniors Jamy IVIcLean, Keith Kim, and John Segers served as the backbone of the team. Sophomore Andy Brown and freshman Scott Dalton also showed much po- tential. Their fierce competition and desire to win achieved many victories. Any king would have been pleased to see these court iesters in action. a .z 1 .mg '9 ferns fwhvfgw' " W, Q f 'Q -if I I "+V H f2iH2Wi5"ff:,,wPa2 'Pr 'L J,, X, A 4, Con APPEBS'-:lB1:iqn is important . I y for another Shes another winner. tennis. .Jim wn serves and Vol e ' Andv 3539.1 win. Trirlltv 'I BBB Tennis Schedule Trinity vs. East Davidson Trinity vs. East Davidson Trinity vs. Ledford Y fi 8 Trinity vs. Southern Guilford Trinity vs. Southern Guilford f X Trinity vs. High Point Andrews 5' Trinity vs. High Point Central ' XA'l'2'i y g Q Q 'TW Trinity vs. Ragsdale l?'i :jf , X Trinity vs. Ashaboro , ,ii Trinity vs. Central Davidson .1?.1.if f2ii,'Liffff?5 Tfinivv vs High Point Centra' lfili I Trinity vs Hlgh Point Andrews Y Trinity vs Trinity vs. Trinity vs. Flagsdale Asheboro Central Davidson lar 7 Tennis 171 .h 'Q is fff- + xii' F K y J w ' ff' Ri X M dl I Debbie Dykes Lorie Mabe Paula Patterson Dawn Hobbs Misty McCracken Wendy Lockhart Angie Bowers QQ 5 Amy Clodfelter Varsity Cheerleaders 173 Ge Dolvvr J V CHEERLEADERS O 'SAG Many changes have occurred this year at T.H.S. Cne of them was the creation of two separate cheerleading squads. One squad was organized for football and one for basketball. But despite a smaller squad in number, there was no stopping the j.v. cheer- leaders. They started their season on IVIay 11,1985 by demonstrating their abilities at a day camp at West Forsyth. From June 24th through June 27th, the i.v. cheerleaders showed their deter- mination at a four-day camp at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. At the end of the week, they returned to Trinity with four superior ribbons, two supreme ribbons and one excellent ribbon. In October, the squad traveled to Charlotte and competed at Carowinds. They placed in the top 1D out of 34 squads. Cn October 27th, the i.v. cheerleaders won first place at Wilson, North Carolina. They received a trophy, medallion, eight ribbons and S250 in cash. Between competitions, the squad cheered at football and basketball games. They gave complete effort at each game. They had a great year mostly be- cause of a great sponsor, Elaine Cory. Thanks Buddy! J.V. Cheerleaders 175 v e. M K P Y t. .y . N 'r + in .. l lm ltytt ee. . yl 1' ll e t .. . llll . t . t 'r . .. t ,MA, W Wllwllmsmmrlmmyia t,A a challenge by moving gto a new coriference, while some teams received Qew coachesfi Cverall the tBBl?fl"lS performed excellently in league pQay. ,M Alll l,l iz: 2 Pbrrish, Armstrong, and Toddf Royals shQvved the leqdership whiph helped tips if Billldogs to fifid success Friday evinings. Devi? Rathburn his assistant coaches S. ,,Lul, . l.l, in l,l wwmw 5 ii 3 R A+. i 5 X? 2 ,gym E 2 E e ww The iminior varsityifootball teajn ended its Season a 3-7 recorgizl. The teamishowed improviments throiiiaghout the sfsason becangse of great coaches like !.arry Walks?-, Chuck Y cl 13 Li thi Q fi f' or was the second yearfof soccer Trinity High School. Qary Brown and Mike Sigik juiiggled their schedules to coach the soccer teani. Five studqnts from includiflg , llll selects? as All-Conference soccer players fpr the Tri-CFunty 3-A Qonference. lt was the first yegr for girls ijbnnis at Tririity High Sclfilool. Renee lvglayes was tl?e coach ,l,.ax5ld. pLam1:,ed.1:he.Beeds?fo.nm.,a.fi:uitMffutMnh..IlZnm,naie.,.l.'.idhllilmamisl lA?-lmaliim,.lgim?m,er,,:eWSel.9g.3a5d. as All-Conference. gThe cross cauntry teangifinished foui"th in the Tri-County Cofhference. Briant PattersQn M xx n S fi ,,,lllll ,ll llll ,,l, lll In voleeyball actioigg, the "Lady?Spikers" hid a new coih, Cathy dlaris The team was young it very aggrfissive. Desgite this beirig a rebuilding year, the ipam finisheq third in a,lQ . fiifst round the state pfayoffs to South Alamarice. 3Varsity wrdstlers wentito the playiffs for the riinth conseciltive year. Tgrinity was the -E.:Rig..D,q,g.!: ymgznsnlixieTonmegan...Mdime,,mnsa.dlaler.n.aimsalulslkd.. ,..X,lllt David Lindsey, Mar? Horn and avid Hall. The wrestlersgproved they? had the stuff for a futun? successfug varsity teaign. Kevin ,,. ..,, lg gith..,.Qeyjd..5aMnmMs....leff.,.Qn.Llehx:.Q,Q..en4:l.5Gt1.in.,.qg.i,mem..lesl.1al:n9.im:edple,ne-,gaiaWnnQ.Mlmlmgsram after another? was a reQ.iilding year for the boysgbasketball qeam. Many lgey players were absent lll, ,wslt lnEnt..m4.gi:adu,dticn,.lgxaill.Alliexmvl,.llgl44a1:ee,lQii.,t1a.s:l...e,.gnc1f.r.:.Q4snQkgixasalxehn,,engl,.,ZlInd.cEB.9vnl5...Hmm.ht. Petterdon, Keith Ffiarrish, Blain? Collett, Clglarlie Dean,EFlonnie Daviis and Joeyf Hilburn provided strong senior Iaadersliip. . ,.,,. W alhlf vln lmyp..,l:make1a!a.a.llfwlamillunegsl-ejmxexzx.,,5.uese.gef.uL,,Sen.sQ.q.,,,.Ilm..hsml..,ml:1e,v,.1e.d3:W,a3z,.wtlm. beginning of the season were easily Qccomplisheg because of the effortsi of each teim niember. Dee3Brown and Lonnie Wallace contribnited greatly Fo Coach Robert WiIsorii's 2 .mMndRl1lsM. -iwx 1 .4,. A 1..f Q .A,fw.L W.MW.w ,lyr W. .-,,. ..xA Q ..-......fp.,Af...L,. ...'., . ,.,-f.i. w.,,W.,,.-fix... .fk.... V.. ,.,.,-,' . ....w,,.. .l.m...M?..,,,,m-,m .H...,, .-.,..,.. .-Mg.. ..-,.... Q..Ny.WE.M...,.,,W.,.53w.Qf,.....,WMg..W.., ln early January, Tfrinity High SchooI's varsity girls baqcetball tearri was rankeditenth in the Piedmont by th? Greensborib News and Per.-Jords. Tlfe girls had good season under Qpnise Sikes Phd Gail White brought glory back T.H.S. fTerry Linthium coache? the j.v. baiketball teanj. It was a lDI?Q season fog- the team biat .tgwlx A H..meml:,ex:s3.szicanizimgienszl.,tmiimn.z:gye.Qe,its!:Le..M5e1:,.nr99x:ese?ecl..- ..,,, ,.,,w,. ..,. ,,. W 1 ....,,. .e,., The fugture holds great possibiilities for junior varsity baseballiteam. In hiQ second year, Coach Terry Linthicum had another subcessful season. The j.v.E baseball program is ' 3Bad luck vuiss one thing the varsity baseball team didn't gneed. Afterf coming of? a S1 i 5 swwmfw. flew.. Bm a 5 ? rv FM' L E E 5 L ....f..w.mW.,.g 5 2 2 ? mi m QAL., X ...Q n 2354: -155- vel5383?1 gainagnei C Q a rr 2- ni: Urxfmfifz c 0 ' 3 ef e UI Q. C f :- muig inn. "g90:"?'m .H D- m ,. 515 mmf --E-'iifgwig 055500233 Foe .1 0 Vmitgmi 9 4 g ,.1.,.f , Oggmmg U- 05-Q-,2 c 39 P? ff 0 0 H 0241005 1 Cfgilgi 0 229203 D' ,.,. gi J' i2g5ge?E - ' nfmmig -H m +1,1 ar 71 N5 dai 0 0322? I m 3 ?.a-Mxe, 'EQ Hi m Q df M 0 3 gi n. jim L og na .,.?., F .,1e K 'ug 32 'Ui Us Z QQ 32 0 A ,.,.., '- si' 35 " . 1 me W X3 J if? 22m 05' ig n. 'UQ ID gf nl my 3' K 2 .ww-..w ww.,-arm, wh 3glCC8SSfUl rebuildingiyear, the team continuad its winnirjg ways undgr Coach Di?-k .vffglvea ? f Qial .w,....,, , ...,t E .,.. ,JATK ,.,,, ....,. . ,lllea - ....... A ,,...,, 1., llw, , ..f,.,.. ....,4.a. ,... , .,. ..... The LPDY BULLQDGS softball team awesome. her first ybar as COBCEI, Cathy Claris liushed her girls to the lfnaximum. of publication, the team was on t?-ack for progressed. SSkiIl and patience are needed qualities of anyigolfer. The liard workinqiand dedicated 1nenmmmqnnnllnusadll,!zsa,.ugennsLsien1av..I.l:l..5. .lwa ,....,., , .,,...2....i ,........ ..,.,. M. ..,,, .,..,., Afterilast year's fi'smashing" Sfear, the tefmis team cdntinued stretching for success. 'Q 3 .-an-i"' il ,-ni" --11' ,-1-I ANCHO-R -TAKE . . Aisicnoks AWAY Amy Aiken, Carla Baker, Tabetha Bivins, Carla Baker, Heather Bowers, Renee Coley, Shanda Crotts, Angie Eads, Cindy Gardner, Stacey Halsey, Angie Hill, Kelli Hutchins, Crystal Lamm, Anne Land, Carol Land, Emily Lassiter, Angela Miller, Cindy Miller, Leigh Rice, Angela Russell, Tia Shean, Stacy Thompson, Stephanie Williard. Pres. Dawn Hobbs, V. Pres. Stephanie Koogler, Sec. Beth McDonald, Treas. Cathy Kim, Reporter Latonja Burris, Sponsors: Ramona Michael, Sandra Richardson and Diana Schuck. llll ART TAKE 2 . . . DRAWING CONCLUSIONS Anjanette Hoglen, Marsha Miller, Angie Carlson, Debbie Bowers, larynda Yates, Melanie larrett, Brad Crotts, Ronnie Gardner, jeff Whitlock, Priscilla jones, Donnie Hartman. jones, Sponsor: Katherine 178 Anchor, Art L. ,fp-1 ,,..--' BETA TAKE 3 . . . LEADERS OE SERVICE Archie Barnes, jennifer Bridges, Richard Brovvn, joe Bundy, Marlene Canter, Rebekah Collins, Teresa Crotts, Tony Crotts, Maria Curtis, Bobby Dabal, Pam Dennis, Lisa Duncan, Amy Frye, Collins Fulcher, Christi Fulp, Melaina Cobble, Temple Hemric, joey Hilburn, Cina Hill, jason Hill, Rhonda Hill, Dawn Hobbs, Melissa Hopkins, Linda Hunt, Brian Hyde, Sonja jarrell, Lynn jones, Keith Kim, Emily Lassiter, Suzanna Leach, Angie Martin, Kristen Miller, Marsha Miller, Darin Myers, Cindy Overcash, Carol Parris, Keith Parrish, Anna Perez, Darlene Porter, Kevin Portis, Christy Prather, Daryl Resor, Tammy Ridge, john Segers, Dena Sheppard, Melissa Shusky, Kevin Stafford, Susan Williams. NEW MEMBERS Pres. Keith Kim, V. Pres. Bobby Dabal, Sec. Christi Fulp, Treas. Emily Lassiter, Hist. Anna Perez, Sponsors: Beverly Crotts and Rhonda Davis. Amy Aiken, Carla Baker, Sherri Barnes, jason Bates, Heather Bovvers, Russ Childress, Holly Fulcher, Lorie Gregg, Scott Hartsoe, Mandy Horton, Angel Hubbard, janet Kennedy, Brian Lowe, Bobby McCroskey, Paula Nance, Amy Payne, Chris Peronto, Kelly Peterson, Michelle Price, Leigh Rice, Denise Sikes, Matt Smith, Michele Wil- liamson, Stephanie Williard, Gail White. Beta 779 ..-sd"-"" BLUE CREW ii' -lsr- TAKE 4 . . . PASSNNC NOTES Members of the 7986 Trinity Blue Crew night, three days a week for two months. 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FLAGLINE. Amy Cla Freeman, lc rk y Thompson Prevatt n Southards, Lea King. 1 ooef Tl e e Band. oe,o ?M5i'AVVlf i?F3Err5f3:iEWe5?f'i7Wy N . i I a larrell Wendy Kennedy Kim Carter jason Hill jim Apple Sam joyce Todd McLean Shawn Mitchell ljnowgulen Shannon .1.ccccl ..,.,.. INE FIRST ROW Melissa Tuclzer Benn L . . f 5 Millikan, Todd Moser, Todd Upchurch, Dana Rife. 1, ,.,,, N ,,.,- ,,,y ii H L ,-y,', . ,, john Seger5, Todd Eanes, Brian Hyde, Kevin Cox. DWINDS BACK ROW Trisha Farlow D Michele Williamson jamie Saferight, Rhonda Hill, 'ce"T3"FTaRron Snyder F5T'Fi"'f" Kel Peterson, Jody White, Kevin Harris, jeff -.......r,-,Y,-f...a.Ld,.....-.-,fam...,.a1vvf..1,...qz..4mm.:-sm-zwaeeaeigz11:22s,1?'Lagaai5z-1-g:e-!a:1n::i2?f.f::u-:.-n:::,:e-.1-e-i "" 1--M-A """' --H-:Lex,psf1:ff4"'a::.:,::,fs::ff:-f''ff -'-' ' Y-W ""'H-If---Y '-H"""1'ff"' ' 182 Band Lvmmw MM,WM,,,mwwmmwS ..- n:.ra-.:.:..-t,.-n-:-..,...u,.z:tvansammH-'- M-H m " T Harris, Sandy Allred, Terry Steed, Latonja Burris, Z1 Veeben ef'e"-e --YWYY Q 1-i L Terrell Sellers. SECOND ROW: Amy Payne, Kellee e,-, eeee - eeeef aa Samantha Stratton. ,, ..--1 ,-pc" .-1111"- TAKES 5, 6, 7 THE BIGGER THE BETTER Boss: Pres. - I. Goforth, V. Pres. - D. Dykes, Sec. 81 Treas. - K. Price, R. Aders, A. Auston, T. Blackman, W. Blakely, R. Brown, T. Buck, S. Bullard, L. Burnette, A. Carin, A. Chaffin, I. Childress, R. Cole, S. Cole, B. Collett, S. Collins, T. Coltrane, C. Creasman, M. Cress, B. Crotts, D. Crouse, M. Cox, I. Cunningham, M. Curtis, P. Dennis, A. Eads, D. Elks, R. Elks, T. Elliott, L. Fields, R. Foley, I. Foster, C. Fulcher, S. Cahagan, C. Gardner, D. Gardner, A. Gentry, L. Gillespie, I. Goodnight, L. Green, I. Gunter, S. Hamilton, L. Hance, V. Haynes, T. Hayes, A. Hayworth, C. Hebert, L. Hendrix, L. Hepler, C. Hill, D. Hill, L. Holder, T. Horton, B. Howard, A. Hubbard, L. Hughes, R. Hunt, K. Ingram, S. Ingram, D. Irby, S. Iones, R. Kinney, I. Knowles, Y. Lineback . mm mm gssag-S--measgs QETCSHN SZNNTZ Q 3""OO3FD"V13'-gym -29:1-QSEQQ'-It 'S Q, mb? :gl ' Us -4,1 it Izriei- -IT' S PUHTILA Nt' " aww' vw Q, DJ. Egifts' ?'1PU:93- 1 K3-U1mOO'DfDc-'N tnmxf-DU Zlhawsq O Q:Q3s.gs HON Sm DS Pvufs TU' 37? N Ommmx POT :T FWOPS- ' 5 K5 'LA mm. FWZ 9' E2-1' 3,391 'mi lm:-Vt' :,-D7U'mLf-DZ qQ,4-',FD'vs3.:-owr1:Z- 3-Q00 'H Hxww PS UfTvnlU2?5 Q55 QANQQQ- r'y1rn5Tm: 'S-xxxgns' 3095. 2E5ng?"'5.' Tlgnrbghfm Qxrlslg-'-Qtf5X3Tk5lE,UD 'gf S'EF+m2:9--'S fbmnfmmmcrgbt QSRSSSPFFYDBQE. ?1T?'3iP3?U?Y?b33rH3a GET DOWN Choir for Low Voices G. Allen, W. Blakely, S. Brown, T. Buck, T. Burge, I. Childress, D. Church, D. Croner, I. Eanes, C. Game, C. Gibson, I. Goforth, I. Lare, S. Loflin, T. McMahan, C. Miller, W. Moss, D. Sechrist, I. Seets, E. Todd, R. Wilson, K. Wright. Sponsor - Cheryl Burley. SERVICE WITH A SMILE 184 Boss, Bus Drivers, Choir for Low Voices Bus Drivers: 1 -I. Iohnson, 4 - D. Wallace, 6 - H. Pope, 7 - B. Scarboro, 9 - R Kinney, 12 - K. Rabon, 14 - T. McMahan, 15 - K. Cordon, 16 - R. Hicks, 17 - C. Phillips, 18 -I. Smith, 19 - D. Church, 20 - G. Hill, 46 - E. Hill, 54 - S. Stilley, 71- W. Levan, 75 -I. Brown, 83 - S. Leach, 91 - S. Sumner, 93 -I. Hairston, 94 - R. Walton, 99 - B. Bowers, 102 -I. Iarrett, 104 - R. Benson, 106 - S. Barker, 117 - D. Welborn, 143 - R. Dills, 148 - S. Parrish, 150 - W. Hedgecock, 152 - S. Cain, 153 - I. Oldham, Substitutes - E. Richardson, R. Chatterton, C. Allen, A. Chaffin, D. Freeman, D. Whitaker, D. Free, L. McCall, K. Mclntyre, A. Miller, I. Lewis, C. Smith, B. Poindexter, M. Canter, and D. Smith, Bus Coordi- nator - Dirk Gurley. r,,,...- -it E570 ,1-1 lwlll TAKES 8, 9, IO MIXING IT UP Treble Choir: S. Allred, R. Anders, S. Bedington, K. Blair, R Boileau, I. Bungardner, S. Bundy, T. Caulder, A. Chaffin, S Cole, R. Coley, T. Collier, T. Coltrane, M. Cox, C. Creasman H. Cristian, D. Crouse, S. Dawson, T. Dilldine, A. Eads, A Mixed Chorus: M. Barnes, W. Blakely, I. Childers, D. Church, A. Clodfelter, R. Coley, T. Coltrane, L. Cobble, I. Coforth, T. Hayden, D. Hobbs, M. Horton, A. Hubbard, A. Inman, S. Irby, K. Iarrell, C. Kennedy, A. Kivett, R. Loflin, L. Mabe, K. McDowell, C. O'Briant, P. Patterson, C. Poole, D. Porter, C. Prather, E. Richardson, K. Safriet, T. Safriet, D. Sechrist, M. Simpson, S. Stone, T. Taylor, E. Todd, L. Vann, A. Wade, T. Watson, S. Williams, K. Wright, Sponsor - Cheryl Burley. CIRLS IUST WANT TO HAVE FUN 1 Edwards, D. Fields, A. Freeman, B. Frye, S. Frye, C. Cardner, A. Centry, L. Hance, T. Hardin, C. Hebert, R. Hendrix, C Hill, T. Horton, I. Hughes, S. Irby, T. Iackson, T. Iacobs, K Iarrett, A. Iohnson, R. Ioyce, S. Kennedy, K. Kimes, K. King A. Kiyett, C. Lamm, A. Lee, M. Lewis, M. Lilly, C. Lingerfelt, A. Lockhart, M. Loflin, S. Long, D. Maness, K. Meredith, A Miller, W. Phillips, P. Pierce, S. Proctor, E. Reed, B. Robert son, A. Rogers, C. Ruddock, I. Saferight, T. Shean, I. Smith S. Spoon, L. Steffey, S. Stone, T. Taylor, L. Vann, B. Ward, M West, C. White, K. White, Sponsor -A Cheryl Burley. RINC Tabetha Bivins, Ioe Childress, Lainey Cobble, Kimberly Iarrett, Lori Morrow, Eric Richardson, Natalie Seaford, Darrell Sechrist, Sherry Stilley, Samantha Stratton, Eddie Todd, Sponsor - Cheryl Burley. THAT BELL Mixed Chorus, Treble Choir, Handbells 785 -1,-11"- pun COMPUTER CLUB TAKES 11, 12, I3 . . . HANDS-ON MEMBERS - Billy Bailey, Carol Basney, Kim Blake, Steve Burckhalter, leanette Crawford, Maria Curtis, Wendi Flowers, Dee Dee Gardner, Renetta Coins, April Hayworth, Lori Hepler, Michelle Hoover, Melissa Hopkins, Crystal Lamm, Brian Lowe, Mike Mabe, Locke Monroe, Sandy Parrish, Stephanie Pugh, Scott Royals, Tony Skeen, Toby Smith, Renea Trivette OFFICERS: President- Darla Hill, Vice-President - Paula Benton, Secretary - Stephanie Summey, Treasurer - Chuck Styron, Reporter - Wendi Dais, Par- liamentarian - lenny Trout SPONSOR - Pherby Graham FIRE MARSHALS Wayne Campbell, Brian Dobbins, jeff Easter, Chris Fivecoat, Tim Ney, David Reynolds, Scott Vickers 186 Computer, DECA and Fire Marshals OFFICERS: President - Mike Mabe, Vice-President - Brian Lowe, Secretary - Michelle Hoover, Treasurer - Locke Monroe, Reporter - April Hayworth SPONSORS - Kaye Spencer and David Harris DECA MEMBERS - Michelle Barnes, Dania Beane, David Beasley, Paula Benton, Delana Brewer, james Carden, Shanda Crotts, Wendi Davis, Rodney Fields, Steve Harris, Keith Heath, Darla Hill, julie Hodge, Niki Honea, jennifer Hunt, Ioy Kinley, Stephanie Koogler, Susan Miller, Donnie Nance, Stacy Owens, Michael Queen, Stephanie Reid, Tina Ross, Angela Smith, Paul Stewart, Chris Strickland, Melissa Styles, Chuck Styron, Stephanie Summey, Ienny Trout, Dale Wall, Donnie Welborn, Steve Wishon SPONSOR - Larry Morgan -,-u-' 4'-,-,,,,.-- ll DEBATE TAKE 74 . . . TAKING THE PLUNCE MEMBERS-Archie Barnes, joe Bundy, Matthew Chavis, Betsy Crone, Bobby Dabal, Temple Hemric, Cina Hill, Sammylarrett, jamie Knowles, Suzanna Leach, Brian Patty, Anna Perez, Chris Peronto, lamie Richardson, Melissa Styles, Angie West OFFICERS - President - Archie Barnes, Vice-President - Gina Hill, Secretary - Temple Hemric, Treasurer - Bobby Dabal Spons or - Deborah Stanley Debate 187 4...-uv" 31- .1--' ,..-n-1 DRAMA TAKE T . . . THE EW DEAL Archie Barnes, Teresa Caulder, Danielle Crouse, Ross Davis, Paul Holmes, joy Kinley, jamie Knowles, Kelly McKee, Christian O'Briant, LaDonna Pendleton, Lisa Robinette, Tia Shean, Ronda Southards, Vonda Sumner, Eddie Todd, Stephanie Tyree, Brittany Ward, Lester Williams. .11 SPONSOR - Deborah Stanley llll FRENCH TAKE T6 . . . THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE D. Allard, A. Barnes, C. Blackburn, M. Branson, I. Brookbank, A. Brown, A. Bundy, I, Bundy, T. Cannon, M. Chong, B. Crone, B. Dabal, T. Davis, W. Davis, K. Dawkins, A. Eads, j. Easter, D. Eaton, S. Eller, T. Elliott, T. Farlow,l, Fulp, C. Gardner, D. Gardner, F. Garrido, C. Gearren, C. Gibson, A. Griffin, K. Gurley, R. Hale, M. Haunn, I. Head, T. Hemric, I. Hilburn, R. Hill, T. Hill, T. Hinshaw, K. Hodges, D. Holden, M. Horton, C..Hutchinson, K. larrell, S. larrett, K. Keith, A. Lambeth, A. Lockner, M. Lewis, B. Lowe, T. Mashburn, K. Mauldin, P. McCracken, C. Melton, A. Miller, M. Miller, G. Monroe, M. Morris, T. Moser, P. Nance, C. Norfleet, C. Overcash, A. Payne, A. Perez, C. Peronto, D. Pope, K. Portis, K. Prater, A. Prevatte, j. Price, l. Rice, I. Richardson, D. Riley, I. Segers, C. Smith, A, Staley, A. Stewart, M. Stilley, A. Thomas, D. Trytten, M. Williamson, G. White 788 Drama, French OFFICERS - President -7 Bobby Dabal, Vice-President -- Tess Elliott, Secretary - Cindy Gardner, Treasurer - Trisha Farlow SPONSORS - Bob Phillips and Katrina Sullivan. ll FCA TAKE I . . . Tlr Y, BUT MICHTY Scott Allen, Anita Andrews, Mike Armstrong, Deana Brown, Chip Caison, Renee Canter, Charlie Dean, Holly Fulcher, Christi Fulp, Curtis Godwin, Lydia Hancock, Ken Hill, Lori Hill, Allan Hunt, Scott Iennings, Eric Newton, Brent Norfleet, Brent Patterson, Keith Quick, Daryl Resor, Iamie Rice, Wayne Roach, Denise Sikes, Kenneth Snider, Kevin Stafford, David Welborn OFFICERS - President - Mike Armstrong, Vice-President - Anita Andrews, Secretary! Treasurer - Ken Hill, Sponsors - Iimmie Burchette and Paul Barnes. 1- Ill FBLA TAKE 78 . . . CO WITH STYLE MEMBIRS -- I. Armstrong, B. Barley, C. Baker, K Ball, T Bame, A. Barnes, I Barnes, C, Basney, K. Blake, C. Bond, D. Bowers, I. Brookbank, D Brown, R, Brown, S. Bunch, I Bundy, S Burckhalter, I Butler, K Calloway, CI, Camille, M Canter, R Chatterton, M, Cheek, T. Clodielter, A. Coble, B Collett, L, Crater, I Crawford, M. Creasman, D. Crouse, M. Curtis, B. Dabal, P. Dennis, I. Drlls, B. Dobbins, I, Easter, C. Farabee, W Fairtloth, W Flowers,I Foster,K Fra ie,C F I h' I F I ,C C CT , , 1 r , u t tr, u p samrnons, , Cearren, L Gillespie, R. Coins, M Courley, S Grooms, I. Crubbs S Halsey, B Hamby, C. Hart, T llayden, A. Hayworth, I Hayworth, P. Hedrick, L. Hepler, E. llill, D Holden, M. Hoover, M Hopkins, B. Howard, L, llunt, C, Hutchinson, A. Iohnson, L Iohnson, K. Kang, I. Knight, C. Lamm, B. Lookabill, B. Lowe, M. Mabe, M, Macaluso,I Manev, A. Mastroginakrs, M Matthews, K Mauldin, P McCracken, C Melton, C. Miller, L. Monroe, B Nealey, C. Nester, L. Nicholson, M. Osborne, S, Owens, S Parrish T Patterson, S. Peele, I. Phillips, K Portis, D. Prrt e, T Price, S. Pugh, B. Reece, A Reynolds, P Reynolds, T. Ridge, S Royals, D, Sanders, I. Segers, A. Simmons, T. Simmons, T Skeen, D. Skidmore, T. Smith, T. Smith, I. Spivey, S Staton, P Stewart, D. Sykes, L. Taylor, A. Thomas,L Thompson, R Trrvette, R, Tutker,I Tussey, A, Wade, W Wagoner, C Ward, I. Watson, S. Williams, T Wood Officers - President- Cheryl Hart, Vice-President - Ioann Crubbs, Secretary - Angela Reynolds, Treasurer - Mark Creasman, Reporter - Archie Barnes, Historian - Debbie Brown, Co-Reporter - Pam Dennis, Photographer - Marlena Canter, Parliamentarian -Christy Cearren, Historian - Lynn Nicholson, Sponsors - Roy Allen, Betty Lineberry, David Harris, Lynn Small, Kay Spencer and Karen Blackburn. FCA, FBLA 789 F-,,.... .14- ,.-1- ,-...sv-' FFA TAKE 79 . . . ON THE HORIZON Sam Barker, john Barnett, David Bethea, Mike Blackwell, Don Bulla, Richard Bumgardner, Alan Bundy, Scott Cain, Melvin Campbell, Wayne Campbell, Mike Chesson, Cliff Chester, Angelia Cox, Heath Cox, jody Cox, Danny Craven, Ronnie Davis, Ross Davis, Alan Dean, Chris Dennis, Curtis Eanes, Gilbert English, Billy Ford, Ronnie Gardner, Wendell Gentry, jody Griffin, Mike Grissom, james Hairston, Mark Hall, Paul Hedrick, Thomas Hill, Allan Hunt, jody Hunt, Darrell Hunt, james jarrett, Rodney jarrett, Ben johnson, David johnson, jason johnson, Donald jones, Daniel Kearns, Thomas Lackey, john Lemley, Randy Lewis, Ronnie Lowder, Mike Melton, Todd McLean, jamie Miller, Donnie Nance, Tim Ney, Michael Parks, joe Peterson, Steven Peterson, john Phillips, Mike Pickett, Gary Pinnix, Michael Queen, Roger Queen, Shannon Queen, Chad Rheuark, Ronnie Robbins, Derek Sanders, Mark Scism, Marvin Sellers, Steve Skeen, Dave Small, Ken Small, Farrell Smith, johnnie Spivey, Donnie Taylor, Edwin Taylor, Mike Taylor,' Alan Thompkins, Paul Trotter, Brian Walker, Damon Whitaker, Braxton White, Scottie Wilmoth President- William Hedgecock, V. President- Paul Stewart, Secretary- David Welborn, Treasurer- Paul Guthrie, Reporter - Craig Fraley, Sentinel- Frank Garrido, Sponsors - Paul Guthrie, Leonard Holmes and Sharon Sexton. --ni FHA TAKE 20 Carla Baker, Lisa Barnes, Paula Benton, jessica Brookbank, Andrea Bumgar- dner, jana Bumgardner, Angela Cavin, Michelle Cavin, Debbie Clark, Beth Collins, Kim Culbreth, Eric Davis, julie Davis, Susan Davis, Deanna Foster, Sharon French, Lola Green, Tia Hilder- brand, Tammy Holder, Sherri Hyder, Lisa King, janie Kinney, Amy Lambeth Tonya Ledbetter, Barbara Mashburn, Tanya Safriet, Ken Small, Gena Smith, janet Smith, Tammy Taylor, Gail Thigpen, Lisa Varner, Brittany Ward, Braxton White, Shirley Wikle, Traci Wright 1 790 FFA, FHA . BAKING A BETTER TOMORROW President- Christopher Strickland, V. President- Robin Kennedy, Secretary - Donna Lunsford, Photographer - Amber Goforth, Sponsors - jo Burroughs, Elaine Cory and Barbara Mayton. L. "I .fa-1 ETA TAKE 27 ...A LOOK AT THE FUTURE JN, President - lody White, V. President 4 Dottie Skidmore, Secretary - Amy Payne, Treasurer - Christy Smith, Reporter - Lori Patterson, Sponsor - Brenda Peterson. Vonda Austin, Debbie Clark, Wendy Farmer, Lola Green, Angie Hilton, Kim Jennings, Robin Kennedy, Lisa King, Donna Lunsford, Cena Smith, Gail Thigpen, Tracie Wright IIIIIL HERO TAKE 22 . . . ALL MY CHILDREN Sponsors M lo Burroughs and Linda Kennerly Sheila Bundy, Trisha Farlow, Darla Hill, Dawn Hobbs, Kelli Hutchins, Wendy Kennedy, Kelly Peterson, Natalie Seaford, Samantha Stratton- ETA, HERO 797 CROWLER TAKE 23 . . . REFLECTIONS Editor ................ ..... T ess Elliott Assistant Editor ..... ....... A nna Perez Sports Editor .............................. Keith Kim Business Manager ............ Tripp McKenney Feature Editor .......... ......... B arbara Blake Photographers ....... ...... L orie Mabe and Kevin Keith Artists .................................. Melanie Jarrett Reporters ......... Monica Morris, Kim Price, and all other staff members Advisor ..................................... Ann Rhem app Ann Rhem Wofk hard Lorie Mah? and dline. roaching flea to n'1eQtlQl'le News traveled fast at Trinity High School. This was due to the hard work and dedication put forth by the school newspaper, The Growler. The members of The Crowler and their advisor, Mrs. Ann Rhem spent many long hours producing each issue of the paper. The paper was a reflection of Trinity High School and its student body. The newspaper contained articles on clubs and student activities, athletics, and the lifestyles of younger generations. The Crowler staff was small but creative and hard working. Each issue was a positive reflection ofTrinity High School. 792 The Crowler wp-vW'0f" Monica Morris k the key to success DOWS COl'?CGf7UEiflOI7 IS Keith Kim gives a smile for luck. Keith Kim and Barbara Blake believe that teamwork is the best policy. The Crowler 793 .g-11" HOSA TAKES 24, 25, 26 WONDER KIDS M. Bennett, D. Benton, T. Berry, T. Brock, I. Brown, E. Cansler, A. Chaney, A. Clark, l. Craven, S. Dix, M. Flores, L. Gillespie, K. Hall, I. jackson, A. lones, L. jones, K. Kinley, T. Ledbetter, W. Lockhart, D. Loflin, S. Marsh, L. Miller, K. Morris, P. Nance, S. Newsom, 1. Phillips, A. Russell, C. Scarboro, I. Smith, L. Smith, A. Stroud, S. Surratt, H. Welch, M. Whisnant, K. Williams President- Misty McCracken, Vice-President - lulie Davis, Treasurer - Christy Smith, Secretary - Lisa York, Historian - Teresa Kellison, Parliamentarian - Ross Davis, Reporter - Matthew Chavis, Sponsor - lane Beeson. IRON MAN CLUB Robbie Brock, David Campbell, Darrin Free, Craig Gammons, Curtis Codwin, Randy Kinley, Ray Mashburn, Carl Phillips, Mark Smith, Brian Turner, Heath Welch, Brian White. President - David Lindsey, Vice-President - Ken Hill, Treasurer - Mike Armstrong, Secretary - Charlie Dean, Sponsor - jerry Winnett. IUNIORETTES Renee Anders, Sherri Barnes, Rayella Boileau, Melissa Burnette, Sherri Hamilton, Cheryl Hebert, Lesley Hendrix, Madonna Hill, Dana Hunsucker, Keana larrell, Amanda Lockhart, Kristi Mauldin, Kelly McKee, Stephanie Morris, Christian O'Briant, Stacy Owens, Gina Poole, Deana Price, Angie Pulaski, Regina Sechrest, Robin Simmons, Monica Simpson, Deanna Snyder, Tonya Wall, Angie West. 794 Hosa, Iron Man Club, luniorettes President- Kim Wall, lst V. President- Lorie Mabe, 2nd V. President- Heather johnson, Secretary - Susan Ragan, Treasurer - Beth Smith, Historian - Kelli Hutchins, Reporter - Cheryl Kennedy, Sponsor - Mary Lois Pollock. ,,...---" 4-I --1' KEWKEYETTES TAKE 27 . . . COMBOS C. Allen, S. Allen, A. Andrews, I. Bridges, R. Brown, M. Campbell, K. Carico, B. Collett, R. Collins, T. Crotts, M. Curtis, M. Curtis, L. Duncan, T. Elliott, K. Ferguson, A. Frye, S. Frye, C. Fulcher, C. Fulp, A. Gaines, C. Gardner, D. Cordon, S. Hamilton, S. Hartsoe, L. Hendrix,l. Hilburn, T. Hill, T. Hinshaw, K. Hodges, W. Kennedy, K. Kim, A. Lockhart, K. Meredith, C. Overcash, K. Parrish, S. Parrish, B. Patterson, l. Price, D. Resor, K. Ridge, C. Rosenbaum, T. Royals, R. Simmons, S. Staton, C. Thomas, B. Troxler, M. Vaughn, T. Wall, A. West. President - Cerrick Cann, Vice-President - Brent Patterson, Secretary - Collins Fulcher, Treasurer - Daryl Resor, Sponsors - Blaze Hayes, Sally Landis, and Trish Aldridge. I I I I I I LEO TAKE 28 . . . TRlNlTY'S ZODNAC Mike Armstrong, David Lindsey, Brian Lowe, Marcus McCoy, Locke Monroe, Bennett Napier, Brent Norfleet, Craig Norfleet, Keith Parrish, Ronald Ricks, Terrell Sellers, Chan Tuttle. Vice-President - Brent Norfleet, Treasurer - Gia Sibert, Secretary - Stacie Frazier, Sponsors - Leonard Holmes and Ed Hughes. KeylKeyettes, Leo 795 .1-""""" LIBRARY CLUB TAKES 29, 30, 37 . . . COMPUTER BRAINS T. Alston, L. Barnes, D. Beane, R Benson, j. Boone, j. Brookbank, K Carico, T. Carpentar, A. Cook, j. Davis, L Creen j Hu hes S Hyder A Inman, . , . g , . , . t S. Kang, M. Lambeth, D. Loflin, j Martinez, A. McManus, j. Nealey, L Nicholson, B. Palladino, A. Pulaski, j Smith, T. Steed, C. Thigpen, M. Walker, M. Warner, S. Younger. Sponsors -jane Chandra, Evangeline Freeman and Nancy Roberts. COMPUTER LAB ASSIS David Beane, Rusty Benson, Brian Dobbins, Gilbert English, Ronnie Harrison, Dustin Hunt, Marty Lambeth, Mike Levvallen, jeff Nealey, jeff Rash, Tony Skeen, Tommy Smith, Brett Troxler. Sponsors: jane Chandra, Evangeline Freeman and Nancy Roberts. 796 Library Club, Library Assistants, Media Center-Computer Lab Assistants President- Kamie Carico, Vice-President- Lynn Nicholson, Secretary - Anissa Cook, Treasurer - Darin Loflin, Reporter- Sherri Hyder, Scrapbook Chairman - Shanda Younger. Sponsors - jane Chandra, Evangeline Freeman and Nancy LIBRARY ASSISTANTS David Beane, David Beasley, Kamie Carico, Timmy Carpentar, Anissa Cook, julie Davis, joy Hedrick, jeff Hughes, Sherri Hyder, Michael johnson, Sin ae Kang, janine Martinez, Alvin McManus, Bill Palladino, Angie Pulaski, Theresa Raprager, Allen Shives, janet Smith, Cail Thigpen, Michelle Warner, Shanda Younger. Sponsors: jane Chandra, Evangeline Freeman and Nancy Roberts. ,,.g1- -,gn-" -Q MATH CLUB TAKE 32 . . . FIGURE B lim Apple, lason Bates, Adam Blackman, Alan Bundy, Bobby Dabal, Rodney Davis, Stephanie Frye, Frank Carrido, Sherri Hamilton, Leslie Hendrix, Rhonda Hill, Melissa Hopkins, Sonja larrell, Tony King, Amanda Lockhart, Carla Miller, jamie Miller, Chris Peronto, David Pope, Michelle Price, Wendy Rollins, Derek Sanders, Robin Simmons, Amy Stanley, Amy Thomas, Dana Trytten, Tonya Wall, Angie West, Susan Williams. President- Paula Nance, Vice-President-Scott Hartsoe, Treasurer-loe Bundy, Secretary - Cathy Kim, Sponsors - Linda McCall and Shirley Ludemann. llll MONOCRAM TAKE 33 . . . MR. "T" S. Allen, A. Andrews, R. Brock, A. Brown, D. Brown, l. Brown, R. Brown S. Burckhalter, M. Byerly, R. Canter, B. Collett, C. Dean, D. Dykes, C. Fulcher, H. Fulcher, l. Coforth, D. Hall, L. Hill, K. Hill, L. Kennedy, D. Lindsey, W. Lockhart, L. Mabe, K. McDonough, D. Myers, B. Norfleet, K. Parrish, B. Patterson, K. Quick, B. Reese, D. Resor, W. Roach, B. Scarboro, D. Sikes, C. Taylor, T. Taylor, D. Welborn, C. White I President - Mike Armstrong, V. President - Keith Ridge, Secretary - Todd Royals, Treasurer - Kevin Rabon. Sponsor - Charles Gentry. Math, Monogram 197 ,-1-1-if" -.1-' Ill STUDENT COUNCIL TAKE 34 . . . MAKING ir ALL HAPPEN Greg Allen, Mike Armstrong, Sherri Barnes, Laura Burnette, john Campbell, Libby Crater, Staci Cummings, Michael Curtis, Debbie Dykes, Tess Elliott, Vanessa Elliott, Karen Ferguson, Keith Fields, Stephanie Frye, Paul Game, Scott Grant, Travis Harper, Mark Horn, jennifer Hughes, Heather johnson, Cathy Kim, Keith Kim, Emily Lassiter, Becky Lookabill, Greg Monroe, Brent Norfleet, Paula Patterson, Deanna Price, Stephanie Pugh, Leigh Rice, Angela Russell, Regina Sechrest, Doug Tuggle, Tonya Wall, David Webb, Gail White. 198 Student Council STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: President - Emily Lassiter, Vice- President- Paula Patterson, Secretary - Cathy Kim, Treasurer - Stephanie Frye. Sponsors - Katherine Hartman and Susan Herrin. IUNIOR CLASS REPRESENTATIVES: Libby Crater, Tess Elliott, Paul Game, Scott Grant, Mark Horn, Greg Monroe, Brent Norfleet, Paula Patterson, Angela Russell. FRESHMAN CLASS REPRESENTATIVES: Greg Allen, Staci Cummings, Michael Curtis, Stephanie Frye, Travis Harper, jennifer Hughes, Becky Lookabill, Stephanie Pugh, Tonya Wall. SENIOR CLASS REPRESENTATIVES: Mike Armstrong, Laura Burnette, john Campbell, Debbie Dykes, Vanessa Elliott, Karen Ferguson, Keith Kim, Emily Lassiter, David Webb. SOPHOMORE CLASS REPRESENTATIVES: Sherri Barnes, Keith Fields, Heather johnson, Cathy Kim, Deanna Price, Leigh Rice, Regina Sechrest, Doug Tuggle, Gail White. 799 .--1"" ,--1' S.A.D.D. S.A.D.D. - A. Aiken, I. Albright, C. Basney, D. Beane, l. Brookbank, T. Bivins, R. Canter, A. Careson, K. Carico, M. Chong, R. Collins, W. Collins, S. Cummings, I. Cunningham, B. Dabal, T. Farlow, C. Gardener, A. Gentry, T. Haynes, A. Haynes, A. Hill, M. Horton, S. Hyder, K. Ingram, S. Ingram, P. jones, S. lones W. Kenned , K. Kim, A , Y - Lockhart, I. Maney, C. Melton, A. Miller, L. Morrow, M. Moss, A. Payne, 1. Phillips, D. Porter, S. Proctor, W. Richardson, D. Riley, N. Seaford, T. Shean, D, Smith, S. Stevens, l. Tussy, M. Vaughn, M. Vickers, 1. Whitlock, S. Williard, M. Williams, S. Williamson, and H. Young. Takes 35, 36, 37 . . . Too Much! President - Heather Young, Vice-President - jeff Maney, Secretary - Dede Smith, Trefgurer - Mike Chong, Public Relations - Trisha Farlovv and Sponsor -- Sabrina Kea y. SCIENCE Science Club- B. Blake, C. Bond, B. Bovvers, A. Boyles, l. Bridges, R. Collins, C. Fulp, A. Gentry, l. Hatfield, I. Hilburn, I. Hill, L. Hughes, D. Hunt, K. Kim, C. Miller, K. Miller, K. Parrish, A. Perez, and A. Thomas. CLUB Cells, Radioactivity . . . President - Kristen Miller, Vice-President - joy Hatfield, Secretary - Barbara Blake, Publicity ChairmanlTreasurer - Dustin Hunt and Sponsors - Sandra Chapman, Lorrie Varner and Henry Valli. Students For Christ "The Lord ls My Shepherd . . ." SFC Club - S. Atkins, A. Freeman, T. Hill, A. Inman, S. Proctor, A. Rogers, L. Scott, T. Skeen, P. Spivey, M. Thomas and S. Vernon. President- Angela Inman, Vice-President - Sherry Proctor, SecretarylTreasurer- Tammy Hill, Parliamentarian - Tony Skeen and Sponsor - ludy Nance. 200 S.A.D.D., Science, Students For Christ ,ip-1 Ill SPANISH CLUB Take 38 . . . "Hola! Somos de . . SPANISH CLUB- B. Blake, D. Bonds, D. Brown, L. Brown, S. Burckhalter, R. Canter, R. Childers, A. Clodfelter, M. Creasman, S. Crotts, T. Crotts, S. Dalton, P. Dennis, l. Eanes, T. Eanes, l. Foster, C. Fulp, A. Frye, C. Game, S. Gahagan, C. Godwin, M. Gobble, L. Gregg, I. Grubbs, 1. Gunter, Hartsoe, B. Hebert, P. Hedrick, L. Hill, D. Hobbs, M. Hoglen, A. Hubbard, W. Hudson, D. Irby, larrell, L. johnson, l. Kennedy, T. King, K. Kinley, W. Lawrimore, W. Lockhart, D. Loflin, M. Loftin, A. Martin, T. Maysonet, K. McKee, T. McMahan, C. Miller, S. Miller, C. Mundy, B. Napier, B. Nealy, S. Owens, A. Ozment, B. Palladino, L. Parrish, I. Pierce, D. Phillips, M. Price, Y. Poole, D. Porter, S. Ragan, T. Ricks, T. Ridge, A. Rush, M. Scearce, R. Sechrest, I. Seets, I. Shackelford, M. Simpson, A. Smith, L. Smith, M. Smith, C. Spiers, K. Stafford, S. Staton, K. Turner, I. Varner, M. Walker, K. Ward, I. Williams, M. Williams, S. Williams, T. Wright, and H. Yarbourough. President - Christi Fulp, Vice-President - Scott Hartsoe, Secretary - Sonja larrell, Treasurer - Mark Creasman and Sponsors - Karen McCarthy and Carl Floyd. .gs- Ill V.l.C.A. Take 39 . . . Going For lt! V.l.C.A. - L. Atkinson, L. Barnes, R. Beane, I. Bourick, L. Caulder, S. Chambers, M. Cheek, D. Clark, M. Craven, M. Cress, K. Crotts, D. Dailey, E. Davis, A. DeHart, D. Duncan, D. Freeman, S. French, B. Frye, S. Furr, R. Griffin, T. Grissom, R. Harrison, L. Hill, D. Holder, L. Holder, l. jackson, R. Kinney, l. Love, R. Lowder, C. Merrill, R. Mobley, R. Owen, M. Parks, P. Passmore, T. Prevost, P. Prince, L. Redmon, B. Smith,l. Smith, L. Smith, D. Stanley, B. Staton, S. Stone, M. Styles, E. Taylor, D. Wallace, E. Warren, H. Welch, and P. Wilson. President- Debbie Clark, Vice-President - Scottie Wilmoth, Secretary - Sharon French, Treasurer- Lisa Caulder, Chaplain -lesse Smith, Parliamentarian - Butch Mobley, Histo- rian - Melinda Cress, Sponsors - lanet Crane and Sharon loines. Spanish, vicfx 207 I TRI HIA TAKE 40 . Here'5 Looking At Us Members of the 1986 yearbook staff began working on the 1986 edition of the Trinhian during the summer of 1985. We sold ads to the businesses in Archdale, Trinity, Lexington, High Point, and Thomasville communities. A goal of,'E 12,000.00 worth of ads was set by David Shore, Busi- ness Editor. This goal was reached easily because of the hard work and dedication ofall staffmembers. Selling 512,000.00 worth in ads enabled the staffto add more pages to the annual, without increasing the ad section. We were still able to keep sixty-four color pages, Once school started, the staff began working on the contents of the yearbook. We were constantly taking pictures, writing copy, designing layouts, and abusing the typewriter. All of us worked extremely hard during the school year to meet all deadlines. At times, it seemed we would never finish the yearbook. We even questioned the time and effort we gave to make the yearbook a success. But looking back, we are glad we put forth the effort we did. It was a joy making our dreams and hopes ofthe theme HERE'S LOOKING AT YOU come alive. This edition ofthe Trinhian is dedicated to all Trinity High School students. HERE'S LOOKING AT YOU! ' . Yearbook ---1"""' GUIDANCE WORKERS TAKES 47, 42, 43 . . . GLJIDING LIGHT Lori Alexander, Wayne Campbell, Maria Curtis, Allan Dean, Larry Earnhardt, Wendy Farmer, Gene Hill, David johnson, Mary Lilly, Sandy Parrish, Darlene Porter, Angela Reynolds, Gia Sibert. Aii'i at HELPING HANDS OFFICE WORKERS Lori Barnes, john Barnett, Wendy Bodenhamer, Debbie Bowers, jessica Brookbank, john Byerly, Shane Carter, Molly Cranford, Teresa Crotts, Kim Culbreth,i Sandra Dix, Debbie Dykes, Larry Earnhardt, Kristy Elliott, Brian Gammons, j.D. Goforth, Brent Govvard, Amy Griffin, Angie Hill, Daren Holder, Sherimi jones, Tammy johnson, Chris joyce, Barry Marsh, Carol Melton, Cindy Miller, LaDonna Pendleton, Christy Prather, Amy Prevatte, Kim Price, David Riley, Melissa Shuskey, Dede Smith, Larry Treadaway, Chan Tuttle, Mary Walker VEHS CREAM OF THE CROP Collins Fulcher, Cheryl Hart, jo-y Harrelson, Darla Hill, Lynne jones, Robin Kennedy, Misty McCracken, Angela Reynolds, Tammy Ridge, Christine Scarboro, Lisa York. 204 Guidance, Office, VEHS RE S Emrly Lassrter DAR Good Crtrzen Award Mrke Armstrong Football Honors Include All County All Conference All Area All Northwestern All State Shrine Bowl All Region Chicago Sun Times Top 700 USA Today All American Bally All American Todd Royals All County Football Best Offensive Player Randleman and Ragsdale games A STEP ABOVE THE REST M Keith Krm Morehead Scholarship Winner Century Ill Leadership Frnalfst Hannah Lertner Scholarship Hrgh Point McDonald s Youth Of the Month 'xv'- Appalachlan State Choral Festival Duane Church Krrstr McDowell Eric Richard son ,joe Childers Keith Safrlet Sandy Irby Angela Inman Darlene Porter Christy Prat er Bennett Napier Cross Country Brent Patterson All Conference Most Improved Cross Country 1 I - H I 1' - f f , 5 , - H --s-- l i - I - . -- W j . 1 ' 1 ' 1' . ' ' f D I l 1 1 Q ' F ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q I ' . , - 1 206 Honors Le Ann Kennedy and Carl Whrte All Conference Volley a ti Tammre Collre and Cathy Krm All Cheryl Hart FBLA State Reporter Conference Crrls Tennrs si w Krlstr McDowell and Brian Hyde Who 5 Who Among Amerrcan Hrgh School Students Wir Bobby Dabal Close Up Govern ment Program Hugh O Brran Leadership Seminar Economics IH Actron Presrdentral Classroom Frrst place rn Debate Competrtrons at Mauldrn and Appalachian State Kerth Parrrsh Football Honors rn clude All Conference, All County, All area, Honorable Men tron All State ai A , S rrrr f S L K 5 ii' fi 5, ,f b ll. ' ' . r 55,321 L ,V tr, H M , :W gan , ' : EWG? L ,, . C ' I . . . ,i . :I E Q z Honors O7 K .x Mu ximtii W -S 5, Xggasiibk- hw -1 T XAQEM ith glove I8 naCl0 feels W LY THE BEST ri ' y High School sh ed its hospitality providing a ho ay f m home for two fo ign exchange stu nts. Two very spe- ' I stu ts began school August26 7985. hey were David lard an gnacio Ibarbia. Ignacio rbia was from Zar z Spain. He live ith the Miller mily and It host sister was rla Miller. He see ed to enjoy chool at Trin High and his favo 'e subject was US ' tory Since 945. Ignacio as also one of Tr itys top soccer p ers this ear. . Ignacio was kn wn to his friends as Iggy and in an int view he stated he wante to become an eco mist or a business t same except fort structure of the to ns He said in Spar th e were only large urldings and the to ns were ugly But he und Trinity attrac ve and he enjoye the community muc Th other foreign exc nge student was avid Allard David asajunlor from ervllla France H1 host family at home when was the ills and his host b ther was Ken Hill avid also spenta lo oftlme with Mr a v Mrs Bob Phillips David s d he was lntereste in becoming a jo nallst A His favorite ublects were Eng h and French B :des Irving in Fra e and the United tates he also live in England Davi nioyedallanrma uthrs favorltesw e horses and dogs Both young m n Ignacio and D ld made Trinity :gh School a litt more special The wonderful per -by Foreig xchange Students helpedth tomakemany fr nds AtTr1n1ty one found O The Best ggy David spend much ftheir free time study: I T HW 0 is cra . , Al A 1 , fa ' S A 7 , y I ll C an The life of North Spain and North arollna was basic y X . I ' '1 THE QUEST FUR P ER F E C T10 , D iz - , W ,ff ,g,, ,,, W'f, '. M, ' M V H-'LLL wk H ,,. ' K ff-VQ,Qf f .,,,,- . MJ., ,Wff E 4 , Zaw ya mf f . 1 W W W W W g5:Qg,.?f'ZMwi,:g " i i -N. ffm. -.. Xiu!!! 11104144 from R f Wm ofdfml 313-H,1kfff,iaffM,w1Q,W , HQQQ,-.f,-, .,ff,L'Q, , in 2,i-,x.-.,,- -Y ,QR f "" , ,Z , , ,,,,,,,,,, 1 11 gas' I Q4fff4cr4Q,4,!1., ,54KZg,t,:f,?2fQ-xg.255512351556,25x,i,,f-2542152-kg'gal-Qk1g2,f.QihvfB?3a1-f?1,,f:E:,Q22 fly?-Q 121 5, ,V,wY 1, Q11 3-5, fgllf . :Q V 625,25 .kY,,, 4X1 45246953 4,-Maya H V,V.,,,V . f,w,,Y2Z..,V,. VVY,, E Q6 fn -f,,.,, , ,QW The annual staff has been an important part ofmy senior year. l've enjoyed working with the other officers, Donna, Daryl, Brian and David, and the rest of the class. Blaze Hayes has formed a family-like bond between all of us. The Trinhian is my way of holding on to the memories of my high school years. I hope the student body enjoy these memories as much as lfve enjoyed creating them for you. Vanessa Elliott Co-Editor As my senior year quickly comes to a close, it brings an end of an era for me as co-editor ofthe Trinhian. It seems like it was only yesterday that I was a freshman enter- ing high school. Now the time has come for me to leave high school and to start a new life. . Being on the annual staff for three years and co-editor of the Trinhian for two years, has taught me to accept new responsibi- lities, challenges, and hardships of being a leader. With unity and hard work of my fellow editors, other staff members and Mr. Hayes, the Trinhian has been a greatsuccess for the past three years. The yearbook would not be possible if it were not for our advisor, T.E. Hayes. He pushed us to the limit on each and every layout. Mr. Hayes always expected the best and he got it. With this Trinhian edition being my last, I hope the student body will cherish it forever, especially the seniors. Brian Hyde Co-Editor t ..... . ...... 'W I iff- T' .7 .... ..V,,y K THANK-YOU BRIAN, DARYL DAVID, DONNA AND Fear VANESSA FROM MR. HAYES AND THE ANNUAL STAFF END OF A ERA! As the school year of 7985-86 ended and the yearbook returned from press, my feelings ofthis year were best expressed through the 7986 edition ofthe Trinhian. I, along with my fellow editors, Brian, Daryl, Vanessa and Donna, worked hard to produce a yearbook that was meaningful for each student at Trinity High School. This year's Trinhian was devoted to the students ofTrinity. Our theme, "Here's Looking at You", has unified this year's Trinhian and the students of Trinity High. This year, students played an important part in making the Trinhian unique and one to remember. I congratulate Mr. T.E. Hayes, annual staff members, and the editors for their dedication. I hope you enjoy the Trinhian and cherish it for years to come. David Shore Business Editor The 7985-86 school year is history. It is hard for me to believe I have completed twelve years of school. As I look back, I remember all the good times with my friends in high school. The purpose ofthe Trinhian is to capture these memories and secure them so later in life you can look back and remember the years at Ole THS. I also enjoyed the company of my fellow editors, Brian, Vanessa, Donna, and David, as well as all ofthe other annual staff members. Mr. Hayes also deserves credit for his dedication to the Trinhian. He is a wonderful person. I hope you enjoy the Trinhian as much as I have enjoyed working on it. Daryl Resor Co-Editor -.....I Being a part ofthe Trinhian staff for three years has helped to enrich my high school years. lust seeing the expressions on peoples! faces when they get their yearbooks gives me a feeling of pride. Pride that makes me grate- ful to Blaze Hayes, my co-editors Daryl, Vanessa, Brian and David and to my fellow classmates. 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BUILDERS OF BETTER FRAMES SHORE AND CORPORATIGN DRIVE TELEPHO NE 43 1-2168 K J N f N I ALBERT RICE ' . 9. . .21 -1 ...ISV fflkfu' 2666 ?wuzdtafw S404 HIGH POINT, N.C. 27263 P.O. BOX 4764 TE NE 19191 434-3188 X K am x me sr. snmuzmu N Illl PW, Ml IME BUIIDING IB CLEMENTSE5 f nnmm-1131 J f N GRAY'S JEWELRY 3503 S. MAIN STREET P.O. BOX 4087 ARCHDALE, NC 27263 431-2313 FG W PROGRESSIVE BUILDERS RESIDE NTIAL- NEW CO NSTRUCTIO N CUSTOM REMOLDI NG 3402 S. MAI N ST. ARCHDALE NC DO N NIE CLODFELTER OFFICE 431-6654 HOME 434-2458 f W fIlGfZ9lU LUMBER COMPANY QUALITY MILL WORK SINCE 1880 1601 SOUTH MAIN STREET HIGH POINT NC 27261 TELEPHONE: 884-5466 f N CHARLIE'S RADIO AND TV SERVICE AUTHORIZED RCA DEALER CHARLES LAMBERT 2411 S. MAIN ST. OWNER HIGH POINT, NC 885-8916 27260 X J f N HAZEL WILLIAMS DECORATOR-FLORIST HIGH POI NT NC 27263 4018 s. MAIN ST. M.. -, - - - J Ads 227 K.--- 1 -. 228 Ads , , - .., .. J SHOP 3315 S. MAIN STREET ARCHDALE, NC 27263 431-2813 "GO HEELS" COLONIAL MEAT SERVICE U.S. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED MEATS We cut and wrap, quick freeze if desired. We supply your home freezer meats. ARCHDALE SODA w'TcHE1?E?:6-1'?.Y-FERsT'S'NG "COMPLETE LINE OF ADVERTISING SPECIALITIESU 0 BALL POINT PENS 0 BALLOONS 0 KEY TAGS 0 BADGE8 0 RULERS 0 YARDSTICKS o RAIN BONNETS 0 LIGHTEFIS 0 DESK I WALL CALENDERS O BUMPER STICKERS O MATCHES 0 MENU3 0 CAPS 0 BALL A T-SHIRTS 0 JACKETS 0 PENNANTS I FLAGS 0 RUBBER STAMPS 0 BUSINESS PRINTING 0 MAGNETIC SIGNS aurrous Potmcnt suwues ' - snow noon - ' 4 ro sox aus , Z H' M me :oz fmnmte no. Ancwonz u.c. PHOTOGRAPHY Ch k , b f b WEDDINGS ec our prices e ore you uy, Retail and Locker Service - Pork and Beef PORTRAITS . FASHION SMALL PRODUCTS Located on Highway 62 AE R IAL 2 miles from Southgate Shopping Center 1 Bruce dz Lynn E Ti10111asv111e, Ne 27360 111111116 475-0997 4009 5- MA'N ST- ARCHDALE' NC 27263 an awww - FRIENDSHIP is a PRICELESS GIFT that cannot be bought or sold, But its value is far greater than a mountain made of gold - For gold is cold and lifeless, it can neither see nor hear, And in the time of trouble it is powerless to cheer - It has no ears to listen no heart to understand, It cannot bring you comfort or reach out a helping hand - So when you ask God for a Gift, be thankful if He sends Not diamonds, pearls or riches, but the love of real true friends. Ads 229 FABRICATORS AND DISTRIBUTORS OF CUS IO G NIATERIALS AND SUPPLIES FOR 41 1 THE FURNITURE INDUSTR , I , V QB mug jliphnlsierg clfiggfanrf Qagwiaafomi Una. ' EUGENE ROBBWS 237 KETTERING ROAD owne' H,GH,,O,NT' N, C4 27253 New Furniture 8 Reupholstering T Mon.-Th. 10-4 ELEPHONE . C9193 8898866 2510 S. Main St. Sat. 10-2 High Point, N.C. 27263 Mon.-Wed. 6-9 919-882-1693 night Phone: 431-5649 fgonvleroaa BEAUTY SALON Located On Hill Street OH Flint Hill Rd. - Oii 311 5. High Point. NC 27263 Hair Stylists: Roberta Txogdon. Vickie Troqdon Price Brenda Bryant, Tammy Wood Appointments Not Always Nec. P.O. Box 2092 310 Fraley Rd. High Point, N.C. 27263 C9191 882-3313 230 Ads 2106 South Main Street High Point, NC 27263 Phone: 19191 889-6339 441 West Meaduwview Road Spring Valley Shopping Center 643 Peters Creek Parkway Greensboro. NC 27406 Winston Salem, NC 27102 Phone: f919l 274-0921 Phone: 1919! 721-1584 O Davls-Petty Insurance Centers, Inc. Three Locations To Serve You Weddings Birthday Parties Anniversaries Reunions Eff: Qficfso fpgofog 'zafzgy " Color Never Fades" ' AII Special Occasions Appointment CaII 19191431-5967 Archdate, N.C. 19191629-4507 Asheboro, N.C. Tues. - Sat. 9-5 Nights 8-11 97rimdaQe Cpitalufvtacg 3407-B Archdale Rd. JILL DAVIS Archdale, NC 27263 Registered Pharmacist Phone: 434-100 1 CO GR TUL TIONS CLASS OF 1986 P. O. BOX 112 V CQ-hc. TRINITY. NORTH CAROLINA 27370 431 -2789 Ads 231 f N HOME OF THE BIG BOY CO NITA FURNITURE CO CO NGRATULATIO NS SE N IORS! ' A 'FIIES-T uNioN NATIONAL BANK POST OFFICE BOX 4088 HIGH POI NT, NORTH CAROLINA 21263 TELEPHONE C9195 431-1121 3101 SOUTH MAIN STREET ARCHDALE, NORTH CAROLINA BARBARA M. CA N OY MA N AGER - ARCHDALE BRA NCH 4 rf N K .J COMPLIME NTS OF YOUR FRIENDS AT WACHOVIA BANK AND TRUST ARCHDALE-TRINITY BRANCH OFFICE AN Q P EEE? High Point Nissan 1810 S. Main I 884-4122 AMERICA N AUTQ If q. s X SUPPLY A XX OF I Ni x 7 X 0 I HIGH POI NT, I NC. "N? I f WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS ' I P.O. BOX 4349 2504 SOUTH MAIN I HIGH POINT, N.C. 27263 883-7825 883-7405 DUPONT CHAMPION PLUGS ARCHDALE WELDING SERVICE DUCO DELUXE ROUTE 3, Box 7oo - HIGHWAY ez WEST I TRINITY, NORTH CAROLINA 27370 RE-FI NISHI NG I PHONE I919I 431-6413 PORTABLE EQUIPMENT Ofrtj... QJZL N HL Ads 235 F-'W' """ N THOMAS MA N UF ACTURI NG COMPA NY, I NC. ,1'1 ' 1024 Randolph sf. Thomasville, NC 27360 gli - ... 236 Ads JY' I JA, X, X94 ,Y Y X9-wx Britt R2CJIiy . EB REALTORS A Division of Chambers 81 Price Realtors 3306 South Main Street - P. O. Box 4435 - High Point, North Carolina 27263 Phone 434-3121 Van McSwain GRI Realtor N W ss .Xe . iff ,f 723 f 93 Q 'Jr gif igrik Sala will a Q Ads 237 MENDENHALII 'AUCTION co. u. s. Hwv. 29 s. 70 wEs'r In-as! HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 27264 PHONE I919I 887-1165 u.c.uc. nn "THE SOUND THATSELLSH Z Y nu' 3? 258 Ads f j.C. GREEN and SONS Funeral Home 122 West Main Street Thomasville, N.C. 27360 N Bob Miller Charles Adams C9195 869-3898 C9191 882-8056 THE SPRINGFIELD QUARTET Ministering in Song 209 Barney Road High Point, N.C. 27260 jk J Telephone 884-4000 A 2 , A a Q HARRIS and LI NTHICUM, D.D.S., A Member C. Jay' HHIIIS, National Guild of Wayland H. Linthicum, III., D.D.S. Piano Teaffhefs High Point W. Adalns Medical Center 624 Quaker Lane Piano Teacher H'gh Point' N'C' Suite 110'A 882-8056 Prospect St. Extension J K High Poirj Ads 239 1 QWMM ff ff X M , ff fxwwgy qmvff fi? MQ , TWV W JM farrilo T BMW SIIDD llllll HIIIT I6 062 6513 M ff M W God QA N R' Q I r Q U 3 c - Q Q ':'- s G""" M W 'D K J F M A 41239 MMA -W QQ WM WWW . ,....,.,.. . ,,,.,,,,4,,,,,4,,V .,,. ,.., , ,,..,,4.,.4,.,., . ,,,g.1j4 f':f'ffff" '71 .A.,A . ,A,Q , ..,,AAAA.,. , A..,,A... . ,.,,,, , ,,, , .,., , .. ..hu A , AAAA. ,,,,u,M.,,,w..,,,..A...,,., ,A., .,,, M . V I ,,,,'ggg,,,,,,-,ug - , A . . I 1, . 1 4 L . 5 X 1. I an 'T -F -' . - v w fs, fn 1-,2 .,A4,, 12 ,' 1, 'W - , ' 1 2 ff' f" Y is ' 2 I 's . " 4' ' 1' f, 3,-'f-W 1 , fgillil, L .V 2' .1 , 'L ' A nag? ,Q M ,,,4.f, , P.O. BOX 304 SCHOOL ROAD PHONE TRINITY, NORTH CAROLINA 27370 C9195 434-2119 3 X J Ads 241 ,1 w W DAVIDSON MACHINE woxks i we Fenune QMASVILLE, N.C. 27360 Hemedon 1-800- 3I?f 4-7558 Ann fii l fwimzzmc ' mxraonwlos osuvenv Most MAJOR BRANDS 242 Ads COMPLIME NTS OF THE HIGH P01 NT E N TERPRISE Ki... .... - 2850 SOUTH MAIN .,..e.m, 434-3105 K J f W XML WWW Um My K ... ... J K , J f N SOUTHSIDE HARDWARE AND GARDEN CE NTER 'A'A A M gf AAAR Mere K8 Eff Mahnagersz 2615 South Main Street Jeff ildol High Point, NC 27263 Phone. ' Kggldol HAVE FUN AT MYRTLE BEACH!! c9192 585-2055 244 Ads f N MOM 8:DAD l ' You had a magical touch that always comforted me. The peaceful look you gave me strengthened me to carry on these past sixteen years. You see mom and dad, I gave up easily and felt like I had to cry. I could never tell you how much you mean to me, "THA NKS" I OUR "I LOVE YOU" ' Melissa It's our policy . . . X 'X It's our promise. ' go? K J ember F.S.L.I.C. " F IRS SOUT N 9 gs . - si I S hdale Offic ' ' . I . Box 4 MIDWAY SERVICE - 5 r STATIO N I ' X Q X ' W Gas-Oil-Groceries X X RJ Route 2, Sophia I ix FX North Carolina 27350 ,Q L Phone: 69193 498-2025 I YR RQ . K ' ' xl xx J k 3 Qi? 582 " ' N Ads 245 f NW N SILVER KNIT INDUSTRIES, INC. South Hamilton Street High Point, NC 27261 S 1 Knit Industries - a g d place to work and succeed. Compliments of DR. AND MRS. E. MAX SI NK 2513 SOUTH MAIN STREET HIGH POI NT, N.C. 27263 x Sf fx 1 f NW N 311-D TRINDALE Row HWIN PLAZA DALE. N. C. 27263 SALEM. N. C. 27107 C pl t f T Nqym-4033 4164-2449 DR. LP. MEGGINSON, JR. Dentist 401 Lindsay Street Telephone: High Point, NC C9199 882-2022 0 PT O M ET RIC 27260 EYE CARE PROFESSIONALS C. RICK GILLIAM O.D. C. DAVID SASSER O.D. f- N DARXRA N FURNITURE I NDUSTRIES 2402 Shore Dr. P.O. Box 7614 High Point, NC 27264 K J 246 Ads f N K B-B KE N NELS Registered Plott Coon Hounds Shelton Bradshaw Route 2 Sophia, NC 27350 Telephone: C9195 498-2465 J f SATVIEW sYs N "OUR SERVICE WILL MAKE THE DIFFERENCE" Authorized Quasar - Sharp Dealer Z ' we N SERVICE ALL I MAKES OF 'rv's AND Q Q, SATELLITE SYSTEMS I ::.x X Get the picture? 100'k FINANCING AVAILABLE -,GQ RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL SERVICE ON ALL MAKES 81 MODELS WHOLESALE-RETAIL VARIOUS SIZES s. BRANDS E h FUW LQQQQQED SALES-INSTALLATIONS-SERVICE M fmxpaudzuapzkhumf-Pluto Quasar 431-3569 wma SCREEN - "b" ilk vmeo RECORDERS - . L MICROWAVE ovENs K J X V ,ff I 4 L i E n COLOR rv's U ' I 5 . Q . 1 I A 4' , Ads 247 141 'B f an W fm-1 1 Counjcr' ,'l0J1OP Swwiug Ute SampUiug, 5? QM Quik af! Hvuhiues Wd PWNJWWJ M40 06: q g f mm! 45:--5307 RFABFIIC ::IiLnliuloll:2E lgj5Q- s. TEXTILE MANUFACTURERS K A I- Artgdi-fe - avumo Ute Uniled Slaleo and Canada f N I ,, ' f5'm,.,f.,n:. SLM I ' 5' reenAou.4e4 Ume sample hooks, mc. cAm,33 f I f p I K - ,.. J K J ' ' N Ads 249 L71 D- X 5 3 5 H3 'wx-,.' Ki, S 5 , as '1 Q11 - F' 'D P Sq 'y G , 5 W fp J fi l + - J 4' ,J ' Eig Macw sandwich, large order of fries and A N eg. Q QQ regular size Coca-Cola? Why, it's enough to l Y a makeyour mouth water. So iftoday's prices make C ki. f, I you lose your appetite, come in and find it again. F" ,J 'iN NJ , . N., . . s ,U xx YN -I 51 ', . X Q 2, Q Tj fu GREAT TASTESM 35 A as 'H j 2 Q -N fs sw r X ' ' i -2- 1 91 C' " -7 F 3 --1 McDonald's N-kj Nr l sxlssxggim S F2 SJ QS -ix 1 H: s A 1' ..J A 2 Q 42 dw ' N -wls .Il L J' EH 3 F3 'Sl fN4QX of X :s S., 3 V- 3 J O M N I X 'Y 4 X XJ, X BL vt Q 7 0- 43' Q if PN x X S 'N I 5 ij' 'Gr x ,F uw I Q Q LJ .4 F' fa hw ND rj 'X' N4 X .-P N EN lTS PLACE X A 5 or xg, Ujxwd' QQ. Xi! J NB sua V3 '+G 'o6'fx'K is 1 as l X ffl - lwb Q : ff' we J rv f- l N - ob MXL A X49 i- Ng . -J X SIX V' ' Li ag, x K Q J gdff, sf- QDNQV wlwp C 1 Q V ff, 22' KTJ ' ' f . 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Hugh Pounl, North Carolina 27260 ROUTE 6 'NTERSTATE ' 95 Phone 9194357-1933 THOMASVWLE- NC l919l475-2397 'The big bicycle on me ,000 RAY SAINTSING OPEN 9-9 WEEKLY ROBERT SAINTSING 9 I SATURDAY A,.. F, 5 sur: vnu Bus.: fglgl 472-5457 l ' f 2 1 ' f E' fo V rw Home 4919l 472-5457 HJSG H, MD I NL Q35 QQYWQGRK5 va Yvxxvvrvsd' ,N5UgANc4 GJ ED MONROE Agent l BMK Rin 'llialufsr L'1:v-"xbvQrSw0'ff"aP'v'4"'v"'K1vxxQ6 'xQ'Sw1N:vv."f--'w--.-A F 1 N C I . EfQMgPAuY 301 National Highway Thomasville, NC 27361 E ' Video Rentalsbsales 3507 South Mcxin Street Archdczle, North Carolina 27263 67193 434-5350 252 Ads K N Q Gulf .:L r-1 r': -F.: L'.: -:r'1r'::--:r'1:-'ir '.: :.'..: L".: l...J l-'J :J rg: rg: rp rg: rg in :--1 L'.: Westchester Gulf 2400 Westchester Drive High Point, N.C. 27260 Bobby Mabe-Owner 883-9016 L.: L.: L.: L.: L :--: r-: :--1 r-: r L".: L"..: :.".: :.."'.: L! r.1 r,-: :--1 :--1 :- .: L.: L.: L"..: L".: :I "':'l r.-: r,-: r': :- IL.: LJ L'..::.! ' ' : 1 l'.'I rg: :-1 r' L.: L.: :.'.: L! y J Ads 253 f N Harris House Furniture Industries, Inc. CO NGRATULATIO NS ODIE High Point, North Carolina 19191 431-9183 ,ipn-1 ,-1-1-1 R J Ad 255 LITTLE F' v 'E Busmess Phone 434 1 HAUS 'K NKLE FEED 889-8084 K MCCCY JA NITORIAI4 N SERVICE COMPLETE JA NITCRIAL SERVICE Phone: C9195 431-2629 Owner: Richard McCoy P O. BOX 4423 A Chdale, N.C. 27263 X ,km J f N MURROW'S TRA NSF ER I NCORPORATED POST OFFICE BOX 4095 HIGH POI NT, N.C. 27265 K J Ads 1 WE SHIP ANYWHERE A ,. .,EE ' I. . I. . , . ,, , V.., .. ..,.. ,I ...,... .,..,... i, .. . I I' ' WILLIAMS H RDWARE LAW D GARDE Route 3, Box 632 F High Point, NC 27263 . e TZ"-N , gm-kiwi Shop our 10,000 sq. ftg showroom and save 50 to 707, on decorative and designer fabrics. We feature unique pattems, high quality 8: a friendly staff to help you find just the right I pattem, texture 8z color. ' "2-. 2 'T-"'w-Lv if I , -.LQ . -, -1. Q . I - A 11 .lm , is-., -N Xe , Tx, X -1 Q 1 ,: Xk,xAa 5' in --.. V In Norfh Carplirilqavllextile Sales OF HIGH 'POlN'IQ,lN'C:-ff' LOCATED ON 1435 AT THE HVVY. 311 EXIT, KEXIT 31117 BOX 7382. HIGH POINT, N.C. 27264 MON-SAT 9 to 5 ' 19197 431-3238 258 Ads D iv. 2, . . - FD nfauwfl, -n cf jggfl .Amd nununcllf-:rss or consuoufo sms-wwf, cow umm: H P.O. BOX 7026 HIGH POINT, N.C. 27264 TELEPHONE f919j 434-2191 Julqx J Q 'grill - Ellis I 5 if 7 Eg: 'TFI' -' QTSKAPEN. X 23, .yi -X if O.. E 5 5 5 by E moms 91914342191 P faclmging Systems, Inc. nnncw-:nu - nsvnnalov incnawr.-uaomvx mouwuen I TAPE P O BOX 7020 HIGH POINT, N. C. 272847026 - row ues 0 SHRINK FILI -smncn mu 0 DCRINK EQUIPMENT I STRETCH EQUIFNEIIY I 'DER PRODUCT! 'CUSTI INTERIOR PARTS I CORRUGATED IXXITAIIIEII f ' "N FIRST CHURCH GF GCD 1921 SOUTH MAIN HIGH POINT, N.C. 882-1357!887-5135 SALUTES OUR GRADUATI NG SE NIORS!!! KRISTI MCDOWELL AND DUA NE CHURCH iff ,C vm: 4 Y ' HIGH POINT. N.C. A J- A C. I-.Q I 5, ,CCCC I ' 'H Q w .Jw I ,ivy . A K Q 'gn wr Wk K .. x W ki' A K K Rh , K, J .. G I u , 3' ia I, ii, 1 A A Q , A 1 ' sg N Q 'A ,asf C - X, ,M W, "ips , A , 5 TSE ' , 5 I 'I wwf' A!'W,.wf: 1' vm, A :Tiff win, ' -I 'M I 2 Qi N55 A53 Qffgigiii Qgig E is 1? AS hex, as 260 Ads if u I- Q gs 4 Selling and Buying New and Used Vehicles 1 ' A ,, . , ,, . , W - sf Eg, mwwgtwwt gm if 5 i QW ZW 5 aa Q' A . -t --. . , , ,. ., ,. ,, . . 4 V-f"'P4J . un' y ' 1 : - 'Sf S+ri"95'Waf t, 5 A , T" 'M !,q:f,,g,'g.Q 'Qty 51" "W, 3 ' my? 'A' 1? .w .,...i2-,z:L f:,f9':y , 23,55 ',gV,,1,5S.x,,Q,,,, A , N. -v , , . I f t x -. U - f 4 we A - - i I Ng L. I - A x. ., ' A Q ' 5 '5 1 5' 5 36 ,A it , ,,?- fly! ,K Q W 1 . A ' 6 X .,N,y, f.x:..,. . M , ,..,Yfi.,1 -w,q,,M - . -Q . A x f ' nov s. lain mo. an 1801 mp- nun. n.c. 81261 non ass-nos f1z?w.?4f - ifflf Y , , ,MW-X, ,. v X. X ., , , . ., -,, ,- Q. -g axzq: , W-R. .N -1 ,V ffllii-' W' - .2Hy'- ' -. 6 - f -' 'fx 4- , , ,- v ya, f, ,a.- ist, : 'za W fx-Q. -,,'Af.zf5' wwaww-, 8-,M -5335.18 A 1 . ww 1. ,Q , , .wp f A K .,,,, , . . M , X .. P X, f., . V -. . 51,1 WM. .5 'gc .W,....,,-4, ggi : vg.v.',g,,,.q,,:- - sy. -, K. QQVT, . X z,. ":A A if Tl"' I A . , 5 1 I Our lost Important Customer Is? "You" H 001' IOS! Important Customer Is? "You" Q". , ,. , - ""' 1 NETW98Kf if - i--1 t X --I V 'H ., --I f K A--, L, . 4-1 Q, 1 ,,- iw 1 , .,' , xv H: ' -,auf 1 2 X Q ff f U., -1 Danny McDowell 2207 S. lain High Point. N.C. 27261 P.0. Box 186 1 Phone 886-5 103 I.. Bill Cannon 2207 S. Hain High Point, N.C. 27261 P.0. Box 186 1 Phone 886-5 103 Ads 261 F..- N K T Cicvxfj-wzyd' ii rv'-2Q7"Ov5CcuA , ' M X610 00,3 LMS '-wE Love ouR CUSTOMERS 'EV'-Q-A ' A O - FRIENDLY , age- 525 TURNER STREET XQTEQ 19191 476-77 8 kQwQ,VxwvGl,53w 262 Ad N .ij -4 ,Rx ,ff 2 I A NI 1 R 'J RV '56 T K TRI NDALE MI N1-MART 2 A .Atl I I A LX Y LU Z' I ,. J' .-- I ! I A f f if cf 13 2751, V? I" IQ CORNER OF HIGHWAY 62 ERWJOHNSTON , f . , . A ND TRI RQAD MID ATLANTIC AREA SALES MANAGER 1 - I i"h!"Z"f' I ffggf, 'E sf ,QA X2 if , ' -" PHO NE 454-4468 , STILES MACHINERY, INC. f fi- 1019 FINCH AvE.oHlGH POINT, Nc. 27264 N PHONE: 1919! 885-8036 TELEX: 57-8445 'J' ,-1' 'vw 'C I.-2 wx -if I I SML Ka lr, g,i,xk1 if! 25, M I EIN A .X 2 ' ,ftklg-ifa 1 ' VK, by x I 'nf' CROWN FOAM PRODUCTS, INC. L UMBIA 921 BAKER ROAD HIGH POINT, N. c. 27261 2401 N. MAIN ST. ' HIGH POINT, N. C. 27260 . ..,,..q.,. I AI.. 1 F OU NTAI N DRI NKS SERVE ICE CREAM iyNVjg5f:giffi,f1, 1. A 1ie1i Ads 263 fm ' Nf"" ' N 264 Ads V Members 5 - American Association of sg Orthodontists -' LEONARD CASHION, M.A., D.D.s., M.s.o .Ypeciablvf in Odfzodonficx 886-5 171 302 LINDSAY STREET HIGH POI NT, N.C. 27260 475-0644 175 W. HOLLY HILL ROAD THOMASVILLE, N.C. 27360 Quality Catering, Inc. I' 1 406'Prospect Street High mm, Nc. 27260 0 919-882. 1470 '- 2.1...zi.,u..2.z. .i..1..w.,1...,.,..ao LW" Donald L. Gurley, President 2 2 ,,,W,,,,,, 2 ' 2 27, , ,jf-31222: 7 772 is 2 ' je 2 2 L, A nssss l I F , S Z I gk P COMPLETE LINE WATCH. CLOCK FINE JEWELRY JEWELRY REPAIR L cgrrziffi gewefeu K 1826 ENGLISH ROAD L HIGH Pomr, N.C. 27260 P' L Boa SMITH C9191 sez-1015 Egg AHMACY T- A sooo DRUG STORE" -- l.0Rl'.f SWEA TER WORl.D 210 Trindale Road 1248 South Main Street Phone 886-5079 Archdale, N.C. 27263 Prescription, Convalescent Aids and Fountain Free Delivery Hugh Myers, Pharmacist Phone Number: LORI SHAW 919-434-4943 Owner Ads 265 f'- '-' ' " N COMPLIME NTS OF YOUR FRIENDS AT TRINITY FOAM OF CAROLI NA A DIVISION OF TRINITY AMERICAN CORP. VGJOUJ-I MwD TXT MMM bww OJAATI M yfw ,gm HIGHWAY 311 SOUTH HIGH POI NT, N.C. 27263 QWWW I 'f 1' I ' wily JMD! fflflffffff PHONE: 454-4131 Ads 267 f MFG. OF SOUTHERN PINE 81 OAK GRADE MARK LUMBER FRAMING - SHEATI NG - CRATI NG HILLSVILLE LUMBER, INC ROUTE 1, BOX 7 TRINITY, NORTH CAROLINA 27370 TELEPHONE 119199431-1511 268 Ad From the manufacturers who create furniture with careful attention to design, materials and craftsmanship- Our wishes to you for the best things life can offer: good health. happiness. and dreams come true. Drexel Heritage Furnishings Inc. Z High Point, N.C. ,fix 1 'Pia .,f!f. 11112 13 1 YE 1 ig.. 1 if fit! fi z - 1 'H' 1 K J N f JN PH-19199 579-9090 GREENSBORO, N.C. 100 OLD WI NSTON RD. HIGH POINT, N.C. PH. 19199869-2181 PH. C8005 672-4399 N.C. TOLL FREE J ft Ads 269 f N HIGH POINT PNEUMATICS, Inc. 0 12.0. BoX.5802 - High Polnt, N C 27263 5802 Phone 19193 889 8416 ,,,, l2 2 at High, :ff lil wwf' Ni A I Q 5 . ff A 'X .QQ 'A ,f 1.. l ,-Q 1 ,wp ,,,2 A Industrial Pneumatic .Equipment 1432 National Hwy. Sales and Service 270 Ads Complete Repair Dept. DOMINO'S PIZZA DELIVERSTM FREE. Open 11 A M to 12 P M Sunday Thursday an If s 11 A.M. to A.M. Iiriday and Saturday Q . 2310 S. Main 889 7424 Q 'Cl "SCOTCHTINT SPECIALIST" A Tint of Class f "SH, 5 " 1 1 1 Sport Bumpers 'a dj 5' :ggrw nfl' Running Boards Bush Guards P 'i l Roll Bars Jackman Wheels Truck Rails Window Louvers W. . ,W Y L it Deck Racks Tailgate Guards ' QE Roof Racks Stripe Repairs Undercoating - Body Side Moldings - 889-9339 H , Visit our shop or ask for If N A 5Olar W1HdOW Fllm our mobile service 0 nswer Home - Business - Auto Call 454-3961 1631 S. Main - National Service 8: Warranty - High Point, N.C. Ads 271 F s N WILSON TILE ,X f W MM ENTERPRISES l CONGRATULATIONS RICK AND Co. I Class of 86 -. , ,, ., - --J 272 Ads SECHREST FINISHING CO., INC. 2107 Shore Dr. - High Point, N.C. 27263 C9199 434-3060 'VR my '23 WH?-giklgpuang 02535 faqpno -gm 5' i-mo: P-'Ullfj RSSDIPPU QW Yi 7-l'agh'09Q'S ,Ein SWG 'swf 'D 5-N051 poqm I jx-a5JnO?S jp 3.no'a 9 ,L- .spmv vu 9,0 Wu was ai, -R-gm +swwc'a S. 4-pq nm, 'HH 'am-U 70 F013 012 1311 p,5. :vom vnjv vu 'o v-53, 'Pobnd 2915 PWD prwgyh VO. may was pm ni, .paw or Awwup .0 +9 S DYE VW S. 'IMO .govuxn 'pl -yuaqy eww MW K 'Wu of J Ads 275 19191 472-7806 ROLLI NS METAL SHOP Smmlms Alummum Gmfm QUALITY PACKAGI NG Glenn Rollins 224 Fleer Road Owner Thomasville, NC 27360 P.O. Box 41 16 High Point, N.C. Poly Bags Shrink Film Corner Pads Stretch Wrap Poly Sheeting U Polyethylene Foam fi' A , 7 '.:'. .,:x'? A ' ' E Paper Furniture Bags ,any Q95 'I JI 04- 4, - Corrugated Angle Pads Q Q51 X 1 k74zOo,,'o4,6' Single Face QRolls 8: Sheetsb , 5 O : 65? Conn- ry 9Q,fQf'4f,,g Manufacturers of C CQ, Q9 4. Packaging Products if . H ch ' 19197 454-5145 Family Seafood --- - President: Jerry Hill 4 come .mm Us nn- our All ' ra You Can Eat Specials: . ' Ji HRX . 3 WED IHIIKY -Y R ' -I IJKQUAI' - fll INIIYI I M :lu1vnun:vt:AsA11'ili1lr.il .'snumii'n I' t Tl tlllljhn lil: NRS.. WED. SAY. 1090.00 1.1 4: . ri'-fn'ii'l:f1.f.'ie'fill?'..53' PH' 4344244 ,, ' Iii SOUTHERN SALES 81 IMPORTS Archdale's only locally owned Catalog Showroom. Jewelry jewelry Repairs Appliances Electronics Sporting Goods 301 Trindale Road P.O.Box 4497 Archdale, N.C. 27263 274 Ads Wholesale Distributor 3 -'F H ,,i.. 4, Tobacco Candy Paper Institutional Foods Phone 1919? 434-401 1 if 55 . 19197887-1243 f 8 2 8 M 2 ? ip M? 8 A g 8 21,11 alter Hill 8 8 f 8 5 pager f A Pugh 2 8 2 fPaQkqgiq!gy fQ A 2 8 8 N f Piwdizcrb , ,zi . W Jmv Tuma Bonv SHOP A007544 2 2 ' 8 RT. 7 BOX 27 8 mga: . 0 l Via .:' o y Q, 1 t le 5 V 1 ' AA2 A F A 'E 2 '8 888o2o , oo l?, :Q gf 2 , I 2 8 - V ' .2 1 2 -2 if Q A , . 8 ,,:,,, ,ifz 2' 2 Qbmp entiff 2 Compliments E eeo of . John . Ha , 2 amny D amy 8 319 Westwood Ave. 2 884-2212 Everette Vest .M A 'Sechrest Funeral Service 2 since 1897 2 1301 E. Lexington Avef l Hig11P0inf,88N.C- Aoow oo 62 Eastf8Z dolp o-, J ' Ran 8 ooooo ll Sf ooo,, into Ng, 431 3812 oooo 88o,8 27263 2 e2e2 SHGRE OIL COMPA NY AT THE CORNER OF HWY. 62 AND MENDENHALL 11.0. Box 85 TRINITY, NC. 27370 431-6437 ... .... ...Q , , , v. ' -. " X J 276 Ads VICTOR CALCULATORS - FACIT TYPEWRITERS RICOH COPIERS OFFICE SUPPLIES, TYPEWFIITERS, CALCULATORS, COPIEFIS ARCHDALE OFFICE SUPPLY 3033 S MAIN STREET ARCHDALE, N c. 27263 TELEPHONE 19191 434-47y1 SALES 8a SERVICE tlgiiw-EPOQQ -HIGH POINT CANVAS SHOP SI-'G -.- 336 BURTON STREET I 883-7911 HIGHPOIN11 NC QUALITY CANVAS REPAIRS CANVAS AWNINGS-TARPAU LING BOAT COVERS-TRUCK COVERS Saltwater Fish Full Line of Exotic Birds Pet Supplies Tropical Fish FISH, BIRDS, ETC., INC. TIA ANIMAL HOUSE 2102 South Main Street High Point, N.C. 27263 Barbara Waldroup - owner Phone: 882-6917 A.N.F. Dog Food Tami-Ami Cat Food ROf'laId A. HOOVGI' Qbiamoncf gacinfing, FURNITURE PADS For All Your Printing Needs MANAGER FRED FAR LOW 889-6659 Res. 223 Trindale Rd. THELDR ED WOOD 869-4689 Res. LAU RA F AHLOW Archdale, N.C. 27263 191 97 431 -691 9 Ads 277 OUR OWN ,6V. VV ,... V NVVV V,I,,,VVV, V V, VV P ,I ,Wblv I A, it I Am,,,,, , ,MW,.,1,VVVVVVV V V V V H 1 ' M'-, -. ""p,,,,. 'L"1""" ' I V VVV V, ,,,,., , ..,, LW, ,..,, ,H IV ' -',, J- ,. ZV 'L" 4,1i,11-LV .gg 11 iy yll. . 1 , A , A Stroud 0 0 s O Ch1ropract1c C11n1c O IIIO V IIOI I Q5 " K ""A I,--, ,W H' j ggg, mg HOLISTIC HEALTH CARE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY ,':,. '7'fQlqiM,I, ,L Q, - '- - M E - 19191434 2107 ,4A E,,, gag xg I BOB STROUD JR., D.C. A5332 - -I " ' CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN .., , .J 3204 ARCHDALE ROAD 'Q WORNER ARCHDALE ROAD 6' EDEN TERRACE? fp ARCHDALE, N.C, 27263 278 Ads V f .3 OH - w 1 w , 1 w Q f X f N I J I ,f , ,..,,f X JKW J K N f A X XX J K NK N K ,JK ,J Ads 279 K THIS IS THE BEGINNING OF A NEW DAY. GOD HAS GIVEN ME THIS X DAY TO USE AS I WILL. I CAN WASTE IT - OR USE IT FOR GOOD, BUT WHAT I DO TODAY IS IMPORTANT, BECAUSE I AM EXCHA NGI NG A DAY OF MY LIFE FOR IT! WHEN TOMORROW COMES, THIS DAY WILL BE GO NE FOREVER, LEAVI NG IN ITS PLACE SOMETHING I HAVE TRADED FOR IT. I WANT IT TO BE GAIN, AND NOT LOSS, GOOD, AND NOT EVIL, SUCCESS, AND NOT FAILURE, IN ORDER THAT I SHALL NOT REGRET THE PRICE THAT I HAVE PAID FOR IT. DR. HEARTSILL WILSON COMPLIME NTS OF CO., INC. 322 FRALEY ROAD P. o. aox 1oe1 K G o c f L si J MQTQR LINES Trinity Ext. Thomasville, N.C. Phone:475-7178 K J 280 Ads K X f 1 lv .D QQ! Ar ,kj Vs 1441-WV. N fziffd-e,9,k ,1,f1TQ.41.,Q -f-flw 67,441-f-4 ZA4 7244 , gfff-444,51 0, 17610 M flf 'J-If-411-vow-Onxx. ckfved Brid3o Formal w 7fEH C X 1 A A oa - 5 Eigh Point, NC 27263 W Norgia Cggfneg AJLQ' CMA' ' ' 434-3974 , 5-Q 46-Hg! 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WE ARE PROUD, 8Ad AND WE PLAY MA NY TRICKS, BECAUSE WE'RE THE CLASS, OF '86 LaTonja Burris, Gia Sibert, Stacy Thompson f N f N A COMPLETE GARDEN' CENTER AND Nl RSFRY Address: Rx. 5, Box 490 B Turnpike R d i High Poem, N C 27263 Telephone: AND Nunsenv 49193434-2970 X J f N fFRIDJfTXfDdEB4CHRIAJQIJPJLTEID b4ETTICHDIST'CIILHRCII YOUTH FELLOWSHIP THE AWE SOME GA NG C me Join Us! 5:50 pm 5LlI1daYS DAVIS F UR NITURE INDUSTRIES INC. 602 W. Linden Ave. P.O. BOX 2065 High Point, NC 27261-2065 919-889-2009 K jk J 50 bmutk RFQ X 6' 431 . 9199 Slrphrnsun if 3 32,52 V 4- Wl-f, 'EEA . 10 ' k Exchangog J Ads 283 fu" - -' 'N ffbgofog zafzgi ana! cfwamofulaa 3114 S Main ' High Point NC 27263 C9191 431-5892 2 K J 284 Ads if gj VI, I V f ' N-.V 11 ' -F' D THE LINES WM? 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