Myers Park High School - Mustang Yearbook (Charlotte, NC)
- Class of 1976
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This year, two individuals have been
chosen for their dedicated service to
Myers Park. Both of these faculty mem-
bers have been and will remain a vital
part of the school, its students, -and its
faculty. Thank you both.
Mrs. Dorothy MacGill
Mr. joseph Peel
Mrs. Dorothy MacGill is not only one
of our librarians, she is our media special-
ist.- She not only helps teachers with
audio-visual equipment, such as the video
tape recorder, but she employs her elec-
tronic know-how to make minor but nec-
essary repairs. She has also made our li-
brary a colorful and comfortable environ-
ment in which to study. In her eiht years
at Myers Park, Mrs. MacGill has taken on
many extra duties in addition to her ex-
tremely busy one in the library. She has
been a class advisor, and chairman of the
Governing Board. This year, she donated
her time to help host the Regional Debate
Toumament and traveled to the State
Tournament. Mrs. MacGill attended
Miami University, the University of Flori-
da, and Florida State. Perhaps the trait
we will remember most about Mrs. Mac-
Gill is that she is the most tolerant on the
library staff of the notorious and many
times boisterous library lunch-bunch-
especially on overcrowded rainy days! No
matter what we remember Mrs. MacGill
for, we will always think of her eagerness
and zeal in helping students with re-
Mr. Peel has spent nine years at Myers
Park, holding a variety of duties and oc-
cupations. He began in 1967 as a student
teacher and stayed on as a German and
Spanish teacher. Three years ago, Mr. Peel
took over as assistant principal. To many,
he is known as "Coach" Peel because he
has served as a football and wrestling
coach. He has also advised the Key Club
and German Club and has served as a class
advisor. Mr. Peel has attended Davidson,
UNCC, the University of Georgia, and is
completing his sixth year degree at UNC.
As assistant principal, Mr. Peel's duties
range from counselor to hall monitor to
making up each year's new curriculum to
changing countless schedules. He also
takes in many outside chores for which
he receives no compensation.
One sight hone of us will forget is Mr.
Peel strolling around campus in bad
weather. With his trusty umbrella and his
tweed jacket, he resemblesa Scottish land-
owner surveying his property. Mr. Peel is
always strolling around campus with or
without his umbrella and is ready to lis-
ten to and to help any student with a
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In our 25th Anniversary Edition We
would like to present our Then and Now
Faculty . . . . . 14
Classes . . . . . . 52
Organizations . . . . . 98
Sports . . . . . 140
Student Life . . . . . 184
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Everything has its season
Everything has its time
Show me a reason and I'l1 soon show you a rhyme
Cats sits on the window sill
Children fit in the show
Why do I feel I don't fit in anywhere I go.
Every man has his daydreams
Every man has his goal
People like the way dreams have of sticking to the soul
Thunder clouds have their lightning
Nightingales have their song
And donlt you see I want my life to be something more than long
So many men seem destined to settle for something small
But I won't rest until I know I'll have it all
So don't ask where Ilm going
just listen when I'm gone
And far away you'll hear me singing softly to the dawn.
Rivers belong where they can ramble
Eagles belong where they can fly
I've got to be where my spirit can run free
Got to find my corner ofthe sky.
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Turnstile to Identity
Each of us seeks his own "corner,'.
The interim at Myers Park is not
merely a respite or abandonment
preceding the rigid years of higher
education, it is a turning point. You
are experiencing a period in which
YOU must begin to set goals for a
separate identity. The aspirations
you seek must be beneficial to your
own lifestyle-but not to yours
alone. YOU are a reflection of your
environment. Share your ideals-
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IDENTITY . . .
a frightening word only if it is al-
lowed to be. The manner in which
you shape your identity is your
choice. YOU must- I
- have the courage and the free-
dom to be yourself
- cope with obstacles
- express your inner ideals
-take the challenge and strive
for the utmost
- be content with your choice '
- have the patience to watch
your ideals mature
- prepare for opposition
- continue to seek
- inform the world' I that "I
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Receiving, Guiding, Directing, Encouraging or otivating,
Many are the times that the admini-
stration finds itself in the position to
hand out lunch duty punishments to
tardy students, suspending a student for
continuous class cuts, or other deliberate
disobedience of school rules.
Other times they find themselves lis-
tening to the numerous problems that
students have. Though they are con-
stantly disciplining students for misbe-
having, they also encourage them.
During the three years that a student
spends in high school, he will find that
the administrators will offer him only the
best advice, guidance and direction that is
1. Mr. Frank Rozzelle turns on the interecom
system to make one of the many announce-
ments which keep students and faculty in-
formed ofall upcoming events.
2. Here, Mrs. Curtina Bradley is shown taking
out time from her busy schedule to smile.
3. Mr. Bill Oliver and johnny johnson observe
students who have lunch duty taking up trays.
Students Find Administrators Ready And Willing to Help
1. Here, Miss Esther Campbell and Mr. Frank
Rozzelle are shown studying over an unusual
2. Mr. joseph Peel poses for a quick shot while
monitoring the halls for class cutters.
3. Mrs. Margaret Jones and Mr. Frank Rozzelle
sort out what needs to be done from all of the
mass of routine work which over-flow the of-
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English Department pplies New Techniques to Teach
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1. Miss Helen Saleeby's talk seems to be inter-
esting as Wade Bryrum turn away from the
board to listen.
2. Mrs. Kathleen Dott's face seems to be in
doubt ofthe complete sanity of students in her
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Creative Ways to Capture Student's Fancy and I11tCrCSt
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To be able to perform in any class, a
student must be able to read, write and
comprehend English. This makes English
a necessary subject so that students can
communicate and understand other sub-
Different courses are offered in En-
glishg some are required. Business English,
Modern Fiction, Mythology and Occu-
pational English are among the electives.
This year Myers Park has a new teach-
er in the English department. She is Mrs.
Lisa Guy. Mrs. Guy finds Myers Parlc's
student body and faculty easy to get
along with, and she is happy to be part of
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1. Looking through a book, Mrs. Shirley Martin
seems to find a moment of tranquility.
2. Mrs. Evelyn Wilder has captured the atten-
tion of her class while giving one of her many
talks from the lecturn.
3. Sheer delight seems to be the mood of Mrs.
Betty Rice during an unusual moment when all
students answered correctly.
Mrs. Ester Campbell Mrs. Catherine Deaton
r. .B. Rorie Joins Counselors Constant Demand To
This year we have a new counselor. His
name is Mr. M. B. Rorie. Mr. Rorie finds
the students to be exceptionally nice,
teachers enthusiastic, the administrators
exceptional and the parents co-operative.
Counselors find themselves in constant
demand. Sophomores being unfamiliar
with the curriculum and graduation re-
quirements contribute greatly to the re-
quest for class and schedule changes.
Counselors aid students in making im-
portant decisions that affect them the
rest of their lives.
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1. Miss Patsy Sifforcl is shown here in her office
standing in front of the many books which she
uses to aid students in choosing subjects and
finding the right college to attend.
2. Mr. M. B. Rorie flashes the often seen smile
while walking down the hall.
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Stop, Look and Listen to the Many Needs of Students.
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1. Mrs. Catherine Deaton listens to a student in
her office, which can be one ofthe friendliest
places during the day.
2. Taking care of one of the many students
which seek her help during the day is only a
part of Miss Patsy Sifford's-job.
Students turn to the library in search
of peace, calm and solitude. Two new
additions have been added to the library
this year. New French, German and
Spanish magazines will give foreign lan-
guage students a chance to put their
knowledge to use.
Another new addition is the video tape
recording system. The video system is an
audio-visual aid. lt allows a student to see
and hear himself on a television-like
monitor. Band students have used the
video system to record concerts. Athletic
teams have also used it. By recording
games, it helps the team improve its
the Library for Research nd for Study
Foreign magazines and the video sys-
tem have added to the many resources 1 ii
available to all Myers Park students.
Mrs. Margaret Hunnicutt Mrs. Dorothy MacGill Miss jean Phifer
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1. Debi Weeks waits patiently as Miss jean
Phifer checks her library card so that she may
check out a book.
2. Nancy Grimes looks on as Mrs. Margaret
Huneycutt demonstrates how to duplicate ma-
terial on the Xerox machine.
3. Mrs. Dorothy MacGill helps Susan McMaster
on needed information on a certain subject to
22lLibrary complete an assignment on time.
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Special resource classes are designed to
strenghten weaker students in basic aca-
demic courses. Because these classes are
smaller than most, these students receive
a lot of personal attention from their
instructors. This attention gives them the
strong background that they will need to
compete for jobs or any type of vocation.
Special resource classes are conducted
in the best interest of the students. This
course is structured to give students the
academic Courses along with che discipline
and drive that will be required of them to
function in today's society.
These special resource classes make it
possible for all students to have a chance
to be educated to the capacity of their
desire intact with their ability.
1. Mrs. Ethel Alexander poses in front of an
interesting bulletin board used in teaching her
students about personalities in history such as
Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglas.
2. Mrs. Audrey Oakes takes time out to rest
from helping her class and individual students.
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Foreign anguage Students Pursue New Found Skills
A wide variety of courses are offered
in the Foreign Language Department.
Latin is offered in four different stages.
Emphasis is placed upon vocabulary and
grammatical constructions. Spanish is also
offered in different levels. Speaking and
understanding a simple Spanish is the
Conversational French is a new course
designed to give practical experience in
reading, writing, and speaking the lan-
guage. French and German is also offered
in different levels. This wide exposure to
foreign language allows students to under-
stand other countries and their people.
1. Mrs. Ann Partin goes over review work so
that students in her Spanish class will be ready
Mr. Frank Ponce, Soccer Coach And Language Teacher
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Social Studies Department Grows As New Courses Draw
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Many electives are offered by the his-
tory department. Occupational Prepara-
tion is a course designed to instruct stu-
dents by federal guidelines for the eco-
nomically, socially, culturally, and edu-
Talent Development is a course of-
fered to sophomores. lt is a new course
composed of world humanities. lt is
taught in conjunction with the English W-
1. Mrs. Emma Bogle's class seems delighted as
she diligently searches through a textbook in .K piiggqri
2. Mr. Jerry Roberts looks engrossed in his
paper work which is a very important part of
teaching Occupational Preparation.
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Students Into A Varlety of Speelal Interest Areas
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1. Mr. Bob Coble, standing front of geometric 2
figures in his room flashes a smile for the
2. Beth Martin gets help from Mrs. Betty
Thomas who always takes time to help
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Miss Ethel Whitley Mr. William Williams
Scott Humphries, Valerie Tricebook Win Math Honors
Courses in the math department are
designed to meet the student's needs.
General math and business math are
structured to give everyday practical ex-
Most students follow a college prepa'
ratory program for mathematics. This in-
cludes Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra
II. Many students progress to such ad-
vanced courses as Math Analysis, Calculus
A new course added this year is Alge-
bra-Geometry. This course is constructed
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and introduce him to the basics of Ge-
The Math Departmentls goal is to
teach students how to apply math con-
cepts with logic to today's society.
1. Mr. Gardner seems to be in deep thought and
concentration over some unusual event.
2. Peeping from behind the door, Mr. William
Williams leaves his class to see who is there.
3. Mr. Bob Coble helpsia student apply logic
and reasoning in working a problem.
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Different Levels of Biology Offered Fulfill Requirement
For information about all phases of
matter, mineral, chemical, and living
thingsg students turn to the Science De-
partment. Classes of different levels and
phases of science are offered to meet all
needs and requirements.
Biology, a course required by the state
for graduation, is offered on different
levels. This gives the weak and the strong
student a chance to learn at their own
Biology II, Chemistry, and Physics are
designed for the stronger student with an
interest in Science. Many labs are in-
volved in the advanced credit courses.
1. Clayton Carter looks unsure as he reaches for
a glass container containing a chemical solution.
2. Mrs. Edna Fletcher takes time out from
lecturing and teaching to give individual at-
tention to Sandra Stewart.
3. Mrs. Ginny Sutherland talks to her class,
explaining the many mind-blowing terms of
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1. Charlotte Fletcher and Ruth Miller seem to
enjoy experimenting and delving into the
mysteries of chemistry.
2. Mr. John Bryan talks to class about science
in a relaxed atmosphere.
3. Mrs. Marian Yates erases terms related to the
brain off the board while her class sits atten-
Chorba nd Drama Department Present Dames At Sea
Drama introduces students to all areas
of the theatre. It allows students to he
creative and at the same time look into
the character that they portray. It aids
students in understanding the depth of
themselves and society.
In conjunction with the choral depart-
ment the drama department puts on
many plays. Show Biz, Golden Hills, and
Annie Get Your Gun have all been proj-
ects of the drama and choral department.
Myers Park Thespians' smash hit Dames
at Sea generated much excitement when
it won 2nd place in district competition
of the Carolina Dramatic Association.
Mr. Joseph F. Chorba is a recent grad-
uate of Bowling Green University of Ohio
with a B.S. in Education. Mr. Chorha was
a Speech Communication!Theatre major.
He is also a member of the Theatre Hon-
orary Theta Alpha Phi. This is his first
year teaching and he has enjoyed it im-
1. Joseph Chorba presents new material for use
with the VTR to his Drama II class.
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Many Students Show Creativity at Annual Art Show
First year art is offered to all students.
This is an orientation to the basics of art.
Students receive a strong foundation in
drawing and painting and experience.
Second and third year art courses are
designed to help students develope their
Creative Design may be taken only
with teacher's approval. Students gain
knowledge in using fabric and fibers cre-
Many students enter their work in va-
rious art exhibits and contests. The An-
nual Art Show is not a school affair but
involves the community also. Everyone is
given an opportunity to browse and pur-
chase the works exhibited.
1. Mr. Dean Barber looks over David Juneau's
bicentennial art work.
2. An art student creates his own version of the
3. Danny Sadler works on another piece for the
Students may replace their gym re-
quirement with three years of music. It is
divided into vocal and instrumental. Mu-
sic theory is also offered.
Vocal music, directed by Mr. Jim
Clark, is divided into male, female, and
The instrumental division is subdivided
into band and orchestra. Band students
are given the choice of marching band or
concert band. The orchestra is an im-
portant element ofthe annual musical.
Each of these divisions participate in
regional contests. All received superior
ratings this school year. Congratulations!
1. Music students seem to approve in the
Choices of leads in the musical presented in Mr. James Clark Mr. William A. Flowers Mr. Spencer Mims
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2. The pep band is always ready and rarrng to -
play at the many pep rallys this year.
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1. Mr. Spencer Mims conducts the orchestra
with years of experience behind him.
2. Mr. jim Clark points out each note to the
Men's Ensemble as Jeanne Dayton accompanies
3. joining a group of music students, Mr. jim
Clark listens to a recording.
nd Help Annual
Practical skills constituting the science
and art of photography are the aims of
this course. The major process of photog-
raphy is covered during the second year.
Picture taking through picture develop-
ment and print production is covered in
the second year.
juniors and Seniors with the approval
of the annual staff advisor may be on the
annual staff as official photographers.
Photography students participated in
the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school Art
Contest along with the Art department.
Together they won 91 of 300 awards.
David Turner won lst place in the pho-
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that his prize winning students have done.
2. Rick Kolonder ponders on what to do next , V
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1. Mr. Byron Baldwin looks through the stack
of 3.I'll'1L13l 3SSlgllITlCl'1fS.
2. Danny Sadler focuses the camera for another
3. Mary Anne Cranford smiles as she stops for a
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any New Courses Are Offered In The Voeatlonal Fleld
1. Mr. james Smith observes a student's work
on the board in one of the many vocational
2. Curtis Bradford watches as he is shown the
proper use of one of the many machines used in
the vocational field.
Mr. Frank Hurton Miss Sara Russell
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Vocational courses are available for
students interested in going to a certain
trade or learning a certain slcill. These
courses help students decide what they
want to do and how they get involved in
their particular field.
Cooperative Office Occupation allows
students to go out on office related jobs
and actual work. Data Processing, Key-
punch and Computer Programming are
designed to give students basic instruc-
tions. Distributive Education is also a
vocational course. It prepares students
going into occupations dealing with dis-
tributing goods and giving services to the
consumers and industries.
Distributive Education won lst place
with name tags at the District Leadership
Conference. Melisa Jordan won lst place
in Job Interview Contest and Barbara
Nock won 2nd place in the Display Con-
1. Students look excited about being able to
have a fashion show at the beginning of school.
2. Miss Barbara Funderburke reads the paper in
hopes to Gnd more studentsjobs.
3. Distributive Education offers courses in both
classroom and off campus too.
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Because of the dual roles of men and
women in today's society, it is necessary
for both to have some background in
A variety of topics are included in the
curriculum. Childcare is an important
topic, however, the favorite activity is
coolcing. Students enjoy sampling their
1. Boys break the traditional barriers when they
take Home Economics.
2. Mrs. Jamey Lyerly reviews work on the board
with her class.
3. Childcare is considered to be a very im-
portant aspect of home economics.
4. Students practice the art of proper table
setting in preparation for a tasting session.
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1. Mr. Vernon Booth demonstrates a new tech-
nique to an interested student.
2. Mr. Booth concentrates as he uses one of the
many instruments used in shop.
Mechanical Drawing is a favorite
course in the Industrial Arts curriculum.
This course gives students a taste of ca-
reers involving architecture and engi-
Students interested in carpentry find
the Industrial Arts course at three levels.
After learning the basics of the course
and how to operate the machines, the
students are able to undertake more dif-
Mr. William G. Cloaningcr Mrs. Nancy Elmore Miss jane Harrison Mrs. Ella Mae Morris Mrs. Evangeline Stewart
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Students enrolled in business courses
receive wide exposure to office and busi-
ness proceclures. They help type material
for the office on certain ocasions. The
typing classes help type material for the
A Business Law course provides stu-
dents with some knowledge of their legal
environment. Typing and Shorthand are
taken not only by future secretaries, but
also by some students in preparation for
1. Sharon Hemphill and Walter Moore listen
while Mr. William Cloaninger gives them some
help with a problem in business math.
2. Jimmy Politis concentrates during graphics as
he uses a ruler to make sure that all his lines are
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1. Miss Evangeline Stewart looks at typing book
while Lynn Murphy looks on.
2. Mrs. Elizabeth Bagby gladly helps Stacey
Thompson with a problem.
3. Ed Collins works on the keypunch machine
during class to figure outa math problem.
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Drivers Education Students Explore The Road Ahead
CHARLUTTE - MECKLENBURG SSHUULS
All Sophomores not having a driver's
license must take Driver's Education.
Nine weeks of study in the classroom is
required with six hours behind the wheel.
This requirement must be met satisfac-
torily before a certificate of driver's edu-
cation may be issued.
Driver Education instructors brave the
highways with their inexperienced drivers
during the school year and the summer
Orientation is taught in conjunction
with Driver's Education. Orientation gives
the sophomore the chance he needs to
think, reflect and get things in the proper
Students Get Taste O Teaching At Selwyn, Park Road
To learn about being a teacher's aide
students take Cooperative Educational
Opportunities. In this course students
learn about the growth and development
of children from 6 to 12 years of age.
They also learn techniques for teaching
Students work as aides in nearby ele-
mentary schools to gain practical experi-
ence. They are also paid for working
During the 1975-76 school year, 52
students were enrolled in this class. Many
students after graduating go into some
type of early childhood education after
taking this course. This course prepares a
student to deal with social work, day
care, kindergarten and all other jobs that
include Working with children. lt also
helps students to learn how to get along
with adults and how to act as responsible
young adults would be expected to act.
l. Mrs. Gwendolyn Heard discusses students
projects with one ofthe many parents at Open
2. CEO students wonder what Mrs. Heard has in
store for them that week.
Miss at Douthit
Joins P.E. Staff
Gym is a required subject for one year
before graduation for all students, How-
ever, this may be substituted by taking
NJROTC or music for all three years.
Variety is found in the activities from
which the students select. Badminton,
tennis, track and field events are a few of
the choices. These activities keep students
active and help them release tension.
This year Miss Pat Douthit joined the
Physical Education Department. She at-
tended Appalachian and UNCC. Miss
Douthit has been teaching ten years and
has the state title as the Chairperson of
the Division of Girls' and Women's
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2. Miss Pat Douthit chuckles over a student's
excuse for missing gym class.
3. Basketball is one of the many activities in ff' .
which the girls' gym class participate. '
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And Civic Activities
NJROTC is a three year program in
naval science. The main objective of this
course is to develop leadership, citizen-
ship, patriotism, self-reliance, and high
standards of personalfconduct and honor.
Myers Park's NJROTC students have
been to Norfolk, Virginia to observe Navy
operations. They also travelled to Camp
Lejuene, N.C. to observe the Marine
Being in ROTC also takes them into
the community. They participated in the
Carrousel and St. Patrickls Day parades.
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1. First year NJROTC class marches in uniform
at one of their many inspections.
2. The color guard marches on the track in the
school's stadium in full uniform.
3. Sgt. Thomas Stamper discusses uniforms
with a student in preparation for inspection.
Secretaries Help Students And Facult With Work
Mrs. Betty Bost Mrs. Margaret Jones Mrs. Helen Kemper
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Keeping everything together is not an
easy task, but the staff had done a mar-
velous job. Many times in the midst of
confusion, the report cards, tardy stu-
dents, early dismissals and lost records are
all a part of a day's work for the office
lt can become confusing, hectic, and
time consuming, but the staff maintains a
calm, collected cool through it all.
Mrs. jane Wensil has joined the staff
this year as the secretary in the main
office. Mrs. Wensil is coming from the
media Services Production Center. She is
happy and pleased with her position here
at Myers Park.
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Bus Drivers for 75-76 School Year
Auto Mechanics Building New Addition to Myers Park
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Case, Karen Elizabeth
Childers, Cynthia Ann
Byrd, julie Adora
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Cadieu, Dorothy Jarrell
Cannon, Alica Ann
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Cornelius, Teresa Ann Coulter, Kevin Chad
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Copeland, Donald Conorris
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Warm Days ring Thoughts of The Beach at Easter
Davies, Pauicia Anne Davison, Kathryn Hatley
Dclviscio, Thomas James Demopoulas, Bessie
Doggett, Horacc Belton Dolney, Madelinc Beth
Dayton, Jeanne Ann
DeVita, Donna Lynn
Elizabeth Bradshaw looks as though she has inhaled some of the helium
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DeWese, Raymond Clinton Dickens, Allcn
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Duncan, James Mooney Dunlap, Emily
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Fisher, Charles Scott Fisher Mark Christian
Foster, jan Rose Freeman Bryan Scott
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Ganzert, Lucy James
Graham, julie Angeline
Guion, Alexander Hokc
Garner, Karen Ann
Glover, William Burnett
Grant, Nancy Pauline
Guion, Katherine Cotesworth
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Horton, Barbara Kingsley
Hamrick, Lucinda Ann Harris, Carl
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Mary Anne Cranford models the new style in head-
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Huffman, Deborah Kay
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Ned Rockecharlie looks stunned when he realizes that he has two dates for
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Joh nston, Mark Wayne
Juneau, Elaine Frances
Kimbrcll, Nancy Brown
King, Sandra Denise
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Kincaid, Jean Elaine
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Johnson, Mary Lynn
Kearse, Henry Montjoy
Kincaid, Susan Elizabeth
Krause, Sheri Lynn
Johnson, Peggy Gay
Kellam, Carl Alan
King, Deborah Ann
Krcshon, Martin John
Johnson, Pam Gwen
Jordan, Melisa Gay
Kesel, Renee Elizabeth
King, Lisa Ann
Lambeth, Daniel Bryan
Johnson, Ronald Anthony
Juneau, David Anthony
Killough, Sherrie Leigh
King, Rebecca Crutc
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Lewis Stephen Lewis Steven Lawrence Lighthall Dennis Duncan
Little Veronica Alcan Lyons Charles Tracy MacFetrich Robert Scott
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Mackey, Helen Dorene
Martin, Phyllis Yvette
Lewis, Asenthia Marcia
Linker, Lindsey jane
Martin, John joseph
Mauney, Candice Jane
Leadership Receive Honors at The Senior Banquet
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Medlin, Laura Ann Micronis, Bessie Spiro
McDowell, Steven Edward
McMaster, Mary Louise
Milhollin, Charles Arthur
Miller, Edward Van Mills, Robert Allen Mitchell, David Tilden Arthur
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McDowell, Ulysses McGettigan, Lee Ann
McNeil, Francis Gordon McNutt, Brian Andrew
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Morin, Marie Ann
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Morrow, Sarah Louise Morse, Catherine Lee
Mungo, Robert Murdock, jeffrey Lane
Murray, Kevin Lawrence Newman, Joanna Norman, Richard Hudson
O'Hair, Richard Hicks O'Leary, Drucilla Olive, Laura Lin
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Otto, Ray Edward Owens, Charles Duncan Owens, John Duncan
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Rencken, Timothy Thompson
Parker, Richard Meade
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Poole, judy Vonzeal
Rea, Ann Harris
Reuss, Marianne Elizabeth
Pearce, Frances Smith Pecters, Mark John Pell, Gary Wesley
Phelan, Miriam Louise Pickering, Rhonda Lee Pierce, Samuel McLaurin
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Roberts, William Kenneth Robinson, Sandra jean Robinson, Scottie Donnell
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Roekecharlie, Elward joseph
Sadler, Daniel Webb
Saeurwein, James Timothy jr.
Scheer, David Scott
Rinnex, Cynthia Maye
Ross, Lori jean
Salmcn, Tara Elizabeth
Saunders, Lucy Karen
Schmidt, Donna Ellen
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Seay, William Powell Jr.
Shanklin, Lee Trover
Sietman, Susan Eleanor
Schmit, Martine Shelley, Robert Bryan Shelor, William Randolph Shockley, Pamela Diane
Sellers, Barbara Gail Simpson, Cynthia Adams Simpson, Wilhelmia Ann Sink, Brenda Louise
Shaw, Lydia Carol Slade, Anita Michele Sloan, Marcus Smith, Angela Denise
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The Musical Annie Get Your Gun is Presented May
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Smith, Anitra Katherine
Sopher, Jackie Annette
Stayer, Patricia Carol
Smith, Curtis Todd
Smith, Michael Eugene
Sparks, Kenneth Buddy
Sterling, Robert Martin
Smith, David Wayne Spencer, Wanda Elaine Springs, Marsha Nell Stafford, Consuela Delaine
Smith, Steve Robert Stowe, Candy Yvonne Streetman, Caren Colen Stuckey, Abigail Fraser
Snapp, David Stanford
Sparrow, Alan Bruce
Stockton, Lisa Shawn
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Treadaway, Teresa Ann
Twery, Scott Craig
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Thompson, Jessie Frances
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Turner, David Craig Tutwiler, Margaret Ann
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CLASS DAY OFFICERS: SEATED-Belinda Law and Mary Lou McMaster, Historians, STANDING-
Ham Thrower, Poet, Alan Wolfe4Lawyerg Ned Rockecharlie, Prophet.
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White, Elizabeth Thomas
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Whit, William Daniel
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Yett, Elizabeth Baker Young, Rebecca Lynell Youngs, Michacl Austin Williams, Kathleen Mildred Williams, Sharon Lynn
Wilson, William Flint Wolfe, james Alan
Wong, Isabella Wood, Kenneth Franklin
Woody, Betty Annette Workman, Nathaniel
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Wolfe, Nancy Shaw
Woods, Helen Michael
Yetman, William Walter
Zuerner, Suzanne Adele
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Vernetta Elaine Adams
Debora Ann Alexander
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Marecia Yvette Ardrey
Melody Delores Armstrong
Keith Ellis Ashford
Julie Arden Astin
Norman Carl Belch
Michael Taylor Bennett
Keith Lorenzo Berry
Vikram S. Bhatnagar
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Walter Conway Bishop
Scarlett Angely Blake
Donna Ellyn Bland
Mary Beth Blankenship
Robert High Blythe
William Nather Blythe
Kristen Lee Bomhuff
Deborah Annette Bonds
Anne Waters Boone
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Matthew john Brumer
Elizabeth C. Brunson
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Tara Lee Burns
Rebecca Gail Bush
Wade Mitchell Byrum
Raymond Alex Caldwell
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Michael Patrick Camp
William Glenn Camp
Linda Lee Campbell
Martha Lynn Carlton
Pamela Elizabeth Carr
Catherine S. Carroll
Margaret Bennett Carroll
Clayton Bernard Carter
Vanessa L. Cason
Thomas Edgar Cato
Kathleen E. Cauble
Rebecca Diane Chamblee
Wayne Ronald Chancellor
Holly Kathryn Chapman
Katharine H. Chason
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james Edward Conner
lvey Murrell Cook
Patricia Annette Cook
David Glenn Currie
jean Catherine Davidson
Scott Edmond Davies
Zeb Marshall Cook
Jonathon Belger Cooler
Clint james Cooper
Sue Ann Copley
Debra Ann Davis
Jill Annette Davis
Janice Ann Davison
Anna Catherine Deal
john Cameron Coppala
Robert Walter Cottom
Donald Leroy Courtney
Charles J. DeVane
Debra jean DeVita
Mary jane Dickson
lvan Emmanuel Diggs
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Traci Lynne Ferguson
Mary Alice Fick
Sheryl Ann Fisher
Catherine Ann Foard
Anthony joseph Forman
Neal Mills Forney
Katharine Lewis Fox
Cheryl C. Francis
Antonia Elisabeth Frink
Toya Anita Frye
Kent Andrew Fuqua
Orland Wilson Gabriel
Dolores Lynne Gamble
Wayne W. Gamble
john Robert Garrett
Thomas Eugene Garrett
Carolyn lrene Gaston
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. Tim Mme Gilbert
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Melinda Teresa Grier
K Nancy Ruth Grimes
- Jackie Dean Guest, Jr.
Kenneth I.. Gwynn
Judy Lynn Ginter
Tab Brandt Glenham
Marsha Lynn Goodenow
Thomas Edward Hall
Timothy E. Hamby
Cynthia Lynne Haney
Susan Kay Harhage
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Mary Delorics Harrison
Juniors Filled With Anticipation
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wait patiently in line to receive their class rings.
Ronald Michael Hawks
T Steven Hedberg
Ruth Elaine Heidel
Christopher J. Heiss
Deborah Ann Hendrix
Toniette L. Hicklin
Charlie Ann Hill
George Burton Hilton
Donna Cummings Hinnant
Catherine Lee Hodge
Lynn Anne Hoffner
Elaine Woodside Hoke
Cynthia Lynn Holbrook
Anita Faye Holit
Patricia Louise Holley
Madrenda Gail Hopper
Claybourn M. Houser
Theresa Ann Hrudowsky
Anne Inez Hull
Sharon Lee Hunley
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Dorothy Ann jarrell
Margaret Ellen jarrell
Amy Marie jenkins
David Douglas jenkins
Dorothy Mae jenkins
Tyrone B. jennings
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Year as Long-Awaited Class ings
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Thomas Richard Roth
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Stephen Robert Smith
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Catherine Elizabeth Wilson
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Bonnie Gayle Yarborough
Cary McGee Vernon
James Edward Walker, Jr.
Edwin Samuels Young
Eva Laverne Young
Herman Arthur Young
Carol Lynne Zoret
Joseph Dee Wall, III
Jean W. Wall
Janice Teresa Wallace
Deborah Lynn Warner
Randy Lee Watson
Stephen Ormand Webb
Margaret Ann Welch
David Barret Welchman
Debora Kaye Wells
Otis Jerome Wells
Ruth Ann Wells
Richard Daniel West
Mark Edward Westerfield
Robert Anderson White
Pamela Susan Whitesides
Cheryl Anne Wilkerson
Cheryle Lynn Williams
Richard Anthony Williams
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Sherry Ann Brainard
Barbara joan Brantley
Richard Virgil Brazelle
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CLUBS AND GRGANIZA IONS
Patty Staycr, Editor
Mary Kaye Moore
Ideas Come Together In MP s Student Government
Our student government has had a
second successful year under the new
constitution. The Student House and the
Faculty House have worked hard to make
the Governing Board what it should be.
Student House of Representatives is
made up of delegates from each second
period class. Bill Verch serves as the
Speaker of the House, with Marshall
Feimster and Angela Stafford as the
Assistant Speakers. They are the House's
representatives to the Governing Board.
Sandy Robinson is the secretary.
The Governing Board has twelve dele-
gates from the Faculty House, the three
officers from the Student House, and
three elected representatives from each
class. Sophomore officials are DeeDee
Owensby, Quinton Berry, and Leslie Sur-
plus. juniors are Gene Garrett, Steve
Hepburg, and Kathy Cunningham. Mary
Lou McMaster, the B0ard's chairmang
Ken Roberts, the treasurer, and Helen
Mackey represent the senior class. Mrs.
Dorothy MacGill serves as vice chairman
with Sue Copley as secretary.
1. Bill Verch, Speaker of the Student House of
Representatives, puts the House's ideas before
the Governing Board.
2. President of the Governing Board, Mary Lou
McMaster calls a meeting to order.
3. Representatives of the Faculty House appear
more or less present at a recent Governing
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1. Delegates in Student House have varied de-
grees of attention as Speaker Bill Verch trans-
lates another motion from the floor.
2. Bill Verch signals for order as he fulfills his
duties as Speaker of the House.
3. Delegates Danny Sadler, Marshall Feimster,
and Freddie Rembert look sleepily dazed as
another early morning Student House meeting
is called to order.
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Honor Society Inducts Superlative Juniors and Seniors
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The seniors wearing gold tassels on
their caps at the graduation ceremony are
members of the National Honor Society.
These students have met high standards
of citizenship, service, and most of all
scholarship. Keeping at least a 3.7 grade
average is required.
These gifted students make use of
their talents by tutoring at elementary
schools and Bethlehem Center. Banquets
were also held throughout the year in the
homes of members.
Alan Wolfe served as presidentg Nancy
Grant, vice-president, Patty Stayer, secre-
taryg Elizabeth Bradshaw, treasurerg and
Mrs. Florence Sawyer, advisor.
1. Honor Society president, Alan Wolfe, looks
over the list of new members.
2. Members take time to socialize before the
3. Emma Beckham serves refreshments to
friends during a Morehead Scholarship party for
winners Mary Lou McMaster and Alan Wolfe.
Top Language Students Are Given Honored Recognition
This year, Myers Park has had many
students who were outstanding in their
foreign language classes. The students on
this page were given the status of be-
coming members of their subject,s honor
society. Each year, the individual lan-
guage teachers present to their top stu-
dents a certificate stating their excellent
performance. The language students are
proud to have earned such honored evi-
dence of their hard work.
The French students are rewarded by
Mrs. Dorothy Stillwell, while Mr. Richard
Cribbs recognizes his top German stu-
dents. Mrs. Ann Partin is in charge of
giving her outstanding students their
awards. The teachers and the students
feel these awards show ajob well done.
1. Spanish Honor Society members: Joe
Hamby, Melanie Haynes, Laura Medlin. SEC-
OND ROW: Yoshi Wakabayaski, Barbara Wat-
son, Anna Deal, Lisa Guerriero. THIRD ROW:
Martha Saldivar, Ruth Herald, Eddie Rock, Vir-
ginia Weems, Layne Adams.
2. German Honor Society members: FRONT
ROW: Mel Brister, David Fahey, Eric Daniels,
john Harrill, Scott Humphries. SECOND ROW:
john Shaw, Art Huckabee, Emily Dunlap, Alan
Burdine, Tibby Thomas, janet Entwistle,
Camille Taylor, Carl Price.
3. French Honor Society members: FRONT
ROW: Kathy McSpadden, Stephanie Wingo,
Lynn Schachner, Laura Mayfield, Teresa De-
Berry, Peggy Hubbard, Debbie Ford, Diane
Dayton, Margie McMillan, Valerie Tricebock,
Cindy Aull, Lisa Talley. SECOND ROW: Sue
Copley, Lisa Ovington, Denise Castles, Carol
Fry, Aim Ray, William Faquin, Patrick Casey,
Brenda McCoy, Carol Zoret, Mary Lou McMas-
ter, Patty Stare, Jeanne Dayton.
Three Editors-A New Concept for the Mustang Staff
"Let's malce this year different." That
was the goal of the twenty-member staff
as they Went about drawing layouts, al-
phabetizing student's names and writing
copy Deadlines had to be met Procras
tmating staff members learned that put
ting off until tomorrow was not always
the best way of doing things However
they all worked together to get the
1975 76 MUSTANG fmished and out to
the students it represents by the end of
The staff enjoyed each others com
pany not only IH worklng times but also
ln tlmes of leisure They celebrated sever
al holidays as well as gomg out to the
Mrsi Nancy Elm ore
Horse Sense Relates MP Campus L1fe At Its Best
1. Mrs. Betty Rice, advisor to the newspaper
staff, oversees the construction ofHorse Sense.
2. Horse Sense editor, Ken Roberts, gives in-
struction to Elizabeth Barefoot and Brad Coats.
3. Ken Roberts busily types up copy while Mrs.
Rice's attention is held elsewhere.
Myers Park's Horse Sense staff has
really kept their reporting up-to-date this
year. The members
hard work to make
per informative and
activities around the
have done a lot of
our student newspa-
school and the com-
Horse Sense covers a lot of ground.
Each issue includes editorials, sports cov-
erage, and articles on the activities of
clubs and organizations at Myers Park.
The music and drama departments are
also covered in their events along with the
recognition of our talented students. Bob
Zimmerman's comical flair for art adds an
extra laugh or two to every issue.
There are four editors on the newspa-
per staff. Ken Roberts is head editor,
followed by Pam Johnson and Donna
Schmidt as news editors, with Lucy Gan-
zert editing sports, David Cockrell is busi-
ness manager, and Paul Boyette is the
advertising. The group meets fifth period
in LA-24. Mrs. Betty Rice is their faculty
1. jean Ward seems to really enjoy her work at
the light machine as a Horse Sense staffer.
2. Editor Ken Roberts wears shades to protect
himself from his own enlightening writings.
3. Horse Sense staff members Brian McNutt
looks a bit incredulous over Ken Roberts' work.
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Pegasus Recognizes the Efforts of Talented Students
'aeffilg ' A A ' 3 Myers Park's annual literary publica-
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tion has had another year of exciting stu-
dent talent from which to chose. Pegasus
is a joint effort by the English, graphics,
and photography and art departments to
represent as much of the year's student
work as possible. This year the literary
contributions are being handled by Mrs.
Evelynn Stanton, while Mr. Bryon Baldwin
submitted outstanding photography from
the works of his students. Mr. Ray Clark,
head of the graphics department, oversaw
final construction and printing. Pegasus
has come to be a true representation of
student talent at Myers Park.
1. Mrs. Evelynn Stanton and Cheryl Wilson
look for ideas for the '76 edition ofPegasus.
2. Volunteers meet during a free period with
Mrs. Stanton to go over material for Pegasus.
3. Several members of the Pegasus staff look
intent as they pore over the stacks of student
Red Cross Receives Service Club of the Year Award
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Members of the Red Cross Club have
completed several projects this year. They
have been working hard to make their
club an active one. Carol Fry, the club's
president, says that the Red Cross is 'la
service club devoted to serving the com-
munity and school by sponsoring worth-
while projectsfl Their main activities have
revolved around Hillcrest Manor Rest
Home, which the members "adopted" at
the first of the year. They also sold Hay
Day tickets and collected toys for under-
privile, d children.
Officers of the Red Cross keep the
Club active. Carol Fry is president and
Cindy Blair serves as vice president. The
treasurer is Jamie Coulter. The club has
two secretaries. Tangela Reddick is the
corresponding secretary and the recording
secretary is Andrea Martin. The clubls
program director is Ann Hill. The mem-
bers meet every Tuesday during second
lunch in SC-2. This year the club had the
distinction of winning the "Club of the
1. The members of the Red Cross Club are as
follows: FIRST ROW: Cindy Blair, Cheryl
Hackett, Tina Brown, Kathy Cunningham. SEC-
OND ROW: Debbie Opalka, Teri Bohnhoff,
Valarie Camp, Alica Cannon, Bill Wilson.
THIRD ROW: Carol Fry, Jamie Coulter, Miss
LaVerne Wright, Tangala Reddick. FOURTH
ROW: Phillip Nunn, Perry Hyatt, Andrea Mar-
2. The Red Cross Club advertises their first
annual Blood Give-In in the cafeteria.
3. Mr. William Oliver does his part by giving
blood at the Red Cross Blood Give-In held at
Keyettes Encourage Love with Valentine Carnations
KEYETTES: SITTING, L. Medlin, L. Guerriero, B. Berry, L. Polk, M. Reuss, T. Schmidt, C. Morse, J. Byrd, F. Pierce, M. Cranford,
T. Cornelius, D. DeVita, C. Fry. ROW TWO, J. Sito, S. Martin, A. Welch, C. Galusha, P. Cloer, A. Deal, M. Schmidt, D. Shockley, M.
Jordan. ROW THREE, S. McMaster, M. Dell, N. Kimbrcll, J. Grote, D. DiVita, T. Hrudowsky, C. Carrier, K. Reynolds, S. Lofton,
Miss E. Campbell. ROW FOUR, A. Blaine, T. Pruitt, S. Bradshaw, K. McSpadden, A. Thomas, S. Harris, R. Heidel, S. Robinson.
Keyettes spent an enjoyable year of
cook-outs, pajama parties, and messy ini-
tiations. Their year was also spent helping
at Sharon Towers, Charlotte Community
Hospital, and Evelyn Ruben's. They
painted and placed trash cans around the
campus in an attempt to brighten the
school, gave the teachers a tea, and
played Santa at Christmas by giving out
candy in the cafeteria. For Valentine's
Day the girls played Cupid by delivering
carnations to happy students.
The group's goal of being of service to
the school and community was realized
through their various activities this year.
1. OFFICERS OF KEYETTES: Melisa Jordan,
treasurer, Ann Welch, secretary, Jane Grote,
sgt. at arms, Fran Pierce, sgt. at arms, Donna
DiVita, president, Terri Cornelius, vice presi-
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KEY CLUB: SITTING, R. Teat, E. Lawerence, S. Twery, J. Sink,
Miller, P. Maskus, F. Clark, D. Mitchell, M. Shelly, L. Thompson,
THREE, M. Kreshon, S. Smith, D. Thomas, B. Blythe, B. Verch, T.
C. Hunter, T. Primm, T. Safrit, B. Glover. ROW TWO, B. Cottom, B.
A. Wolfe, B. Fetner, B. Seay, K. Clark, K. Perry, -I. Smitheman. ROW
Lyons, W. Byrum.
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Key Club on the
Once again the Key Club challenged
the faculty in a game of donkey basket-
ball. Laughter roared as frustrated players
tried to get their donkeys to move in the
right direction or even to move at all.
Throughout the year the Key Club
also helped set up for Hay Day, spon-
sored a school picnic, sold stadium cush-
ions and donated gifts and food to fami-
lies during Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Officers for the Key Club wereg Chip
Hunter, president, Lane Adams, vice-pres-
identg Alan Wolfe, secretary, Scott
Twery, treasurerg and Kenny Clark, sgt. at
arms. Mr. Wayne Ayers served as advisor.
1. 'Why did I let them talk me into this?'
wonders Washington Berry as he once again
picks himself up from the floor after being
thrown from his donkey.
mbassadors Victors in Football Game With Keyettes
AMBASSADORS: SITTING, L. Linker, N. Swada, P. Dickson, E. jenkins, C. jolley. ROW TWO: B, Carrol, K. Lange, M. Cox, D
Dayton, L. Vanstory, M. Jenison, L. Kimmery, A. Boone, T. McClenhan, E. Downey, Astin, C. Aull, E. Beckham, E. Bradshaw, D
Owensby, I. Wong. ROW THREE, D. Hendrix, E. Dunlap, G. Clapp, K. Hensley, D. Randall, M. Wall, L. Talley, J. Entwistle, K. Fox, N
Grant, A. Hull, B. Sink, R. Riley. ROW FOUR, N. Bunyagidj, C. Stout, L. Lcdford, B. Horton, L. Yett, C. McLean, T. Thomas, S
Midyette, L. Ganzert, D. Hinnant, Jeanne Beckham.
Cathy Jolley served as president of a 1
club, The Ambassadors, that kept itis cal-
ender full throughout the year. A Hallo-
ween party for the children of Bethlehem
Center, cakes for the faculty, sending
autistic children to camp, a car wash, and
helping with the Heart Fund were just a
few of the activities that kept Ambas-
sadors busy. They were also victorious in
a brutal football game played with the
For this club the year began and ended
in the same way. This was the ritual of
screening applications and finally
choosing the new members. Old members
worked hard to select girls that would
proudly carry on the club's name next
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Interact found a way to provide a ser-
vice to the students and to obtain every
girl at Myers Park's telephone number at
the same time. They publish a student
directory. This booklet could be pur-
chased at a low cost by the student be-
cause of the hard work the club put forth
in obtaining ads.
The club also played their yearly
grudge match with Key Club. This year
the score was 61-49 in their favor.
The end of the year brought the induc-
tions of new members and the saying
good-bye to old ones. Freedom Park was
the site of the last group picnic.
1. Unable to pass up a bargain, Bryant Mitchell
and Willie Cureton stop at the Interact table to
purchase a student directory from David Crigler
and Ned Rockacharlie.
2. Ed Young, Tom Garrett, John Powell, and
Marty Wagner listen intently to upcoming plans
at an Interact meeting.
INTERACT MEMBERS: ROW ONE, K. Wood, N. Rockacharlie, M. Kearse, D. Crigler, B. Shelly, Mr. D. Layton. ROW TWO, M.
Wagner, B. Yetman, B. Wayne, M. Haisain, D. Thrower, S. Pierce, A. Tutwiler, R. Norman. ROW THREE, C. Harwell, K. Coulter, E.
Young, J. Radovanic, P. McMillian, M. Ranson, F. Ives. ROW FOUR, D. Cook, J. Powell, M. Kearse, R. McAdams, N. Belch, J. Berry,
J. Richards. ROW FIVE, J. Burwell, Q. Berry, C. Caudle, H. Trexler, L. Conger.
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ber, and they've been going ever since.
Being a service club, Y-teens has spon-
sored projects throughout Charlotte and
here at Myers Park. At school, they've
had a "painting day". They decorated a
tree in Miss Helen Saleeby's room for
Christmas and brought refreshments to
the teachers during the semester break.
They had a clothing drive for Crossnore
School in November, along with painting
clown faces for their booth at Hay Day.
Members have also spent several of their
Saturdays doing volunteer work at
Y-teens have been valuable contribu-
tors to the community and the school.
1. Terry McClennan and fellow Y-teens prepare
to make posters for another Y-teens service
project for the benefit of the needy.
2. Janet Entwistle takes time to make up little
clowns for the Y-teens Hay Day booth.
3. Y-teens come together at afternoon meetings
to plan new projects and good times.
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nternational Relations Greets MP's Exchange Students
Members of the International Rela-
tions Club have put in a lot of effort to
make Myers Park's foreign exchange stu-
dents feel at home. Some of their main
events have been having covered-dish sup-
pers featuring a different foreign food
each time. Club members and exchange
students have enjoyed the experience of
getting to know each other.
In the fall, the group sold doughnuts
to raise money for the American Field
Service. This organization provides funds
allowing foreign and American high
school students to participate in the ex-
change program. Also, the club as a group
sent carnations to our exchange students
for Valentine's Day.
Mary Lou McMaster is club president,
and Helen Woods is vice president. The
secretary is Lisa Talley. Bennie Carroll is
the treasurer. Their faculty advisor is Miss
1. College students from American Samoa per-
form native dance and music in an International
Student Show given at Myers Park to raise
money for the American Field Service.
2. Members of the International Relations Club
meet after school to talk over club projects and
3. Officers of the International Relations Club:
Mary Lou McMaster, presidentg Lisa Talley, sec-
retaryg Helen Woods, vice president, and Bennie
4. Miss Ann Bowers, sponsor of International
Relations Club, looks pleased with the results
of the club meeting.
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Two Squads of cMean Green' Cheerleaders Add Spirit
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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: FIRST ROW, Jan Rice, Danita Grate, Sarah Morrow, Tibby Thomas, Ann Hull. SECOND ROW, Cynthia
Childers, Jan Downs, Dakota Grier, Brenda McCoy. TOP, Martha Saldivar.
JUNIOR VARSITY: FIRST ROW, Mary Lou Freeman, Laura Mayfield, Layne Thompson. SECOND ROW: Caroline Cheney, Yolanda
Reddick, Glenda Grate, Leslie Taylor.
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and Exuberance to Myers Park Sporting Events
If you ever got tired of watching the
ballgame, you could let your eyes wander
to the cheerleaders in front of the crowd.
They were always there. Sometimes it
was the junior Varsity squad and at other
times it was the Varsity girls. Both groups
spent many after school hours practicing
new cheers and chants in order to per-
form with ease and co-ordination.
The Varsity Cheerleaders were not
only spirited but competitive as well. This
year they entered the Carowinds Carolina
Cheerleading Contest. They also partici-
pated in a contest against Harding, Olym-
pic, Garringer, and lndependance. Enter-
ing not only helped them improve their
skills but in the second contest they came
in first place.
1. Glenda Grate, Mary Lou Freeman, and Laura
Mayfield put enthusiasm in their cheers in an
effort to get the crowd cheering at a junior
varsity football game.
2. V-I-C-T-O-R-Y was the cry of the varsity
cheerleaders as they cheered at a soccer game.
3. Ann Hull and Jan Downs watch with antici-
pation as the 'Stangs attempt to make another
4. jan Rice's attention seems to be elsewhere as
she hangs a spirit banner.
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Beach Music and our Lettergirls-Thatas Entertainment
LETTERGIRLS: ROW ONE, Kim Ellwanger, Brenda Sink, Qheadl Nancy Kimbell, Jane Grote, Kathy Fox Qco-headl, Regina Ross. ROW
TWO, Phyliss Ratliff, Nancy Grant, Carol Fry, Debbie Wells, Joanna Jones, Vanessa Cason.
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rolled down, the Lettergirls got the bas-
ketball spectators in the mood for the
post-game sock hop by dancing to the
music of the Beach Boys. Throughout the
year they pleased crowds with routines to
popular songs such as 'Love Will Keep Us
Together' and 'Love Rollercoasteri.
ln the fall the girls accepted an invita-
tion to entertain at N.C. State's Home-
coming Parade. They spent part of May in
Florida at Disney World. These trips were
financed by helping the band in their
money making projects.
1. Lettergirls lead the crowd in a rousing cheer
for the football team.
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aj orettes' Performance with Fire Impresses Viewers
Dazzeling crowds with their display of
talent, the majorettes were a part of half
time entertainment. These girls prove that
years of training and practice does pay
off. An example of their twirling ability
was shown when they gave a performance
The majorettes accompanied the band
to the Carrousel Parade, State's Home-
coming, the UNCC parade, and Florida.
1. MAJORETTESZ KNEELING, Kim Barr,
Teresa DeBerry. STANDING, Tammy Toslo-
sky, Donna Hinnant.
2. During an afternoon pep rally, Tammy Tos-
losky demonstrates the talent that won hex a
position on the Majorette squad.
3. Teresa DeBerry seems to be concentrating on
her high-stepping routine.
Band Receives Superior Ratings at N.C. State Band.
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Band received all superior ratings at the 3
N.C. State Band Contest. This was the
first time in 10 years that the Myers Park
Symphonic Band received superior
ratings. In November, the M.P. band
marched in the Thanksgiving Parade.
They were invited to march in a Parade
for the UNCC Basketball Team.
For a vacation away from practice, the
band went to Disney World in Florida.
They raised money by selling candles,
candy, cleaners, and had a pancake break-
Many band members were selected to
be in the N.C. All-State Band. Winter and
Spring concerts were presented by the
Symphonic and Concert bands.
1. Laura Medlin seems satisfied with the perfor-
mance she has just given.
2. Band members are exhausted after a long trip
3. Greg Thomas seems anxious for some of that
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1. Milton Anderson and Davy Duncan enter-
tains the photographer while they have their
2. New formation by the band of Peter Gunn
composed by Henry Mancini.
3. Wallace Clapp seems more interested in the
crowd instead of the Pep Band.
4. Pam Cloer looks as if she saw a Ghost but it
was only the photographer.
Orchestra Plays a Big Part in Annie Get Your Gun
1. Orchestra members seem tired of all that
2. This is only one of the very fine instruments
ofthe orchestra department.
3. Mr. Spencer Mims directs the Orchestra
during a spring concert rehearsal.
Once again Myers Park Orchestra
Reigns Supreme in the achievements of
fine music. A fan of Bach, Corelli, or
Khachaturian you may not beg but the
quality of music you hear from the or-
chestra will make you appreciate these
great musicans. Under the direction of
Mr. Spencer Mims this coordinated or-
chestra creates this marvelous effect for
Months of the orchestra's intense praca
tice have shown at several spring concerts
and at the musicals, Annie Get Your Gun.
Several members have been honored
by being in the All-State Orchestra and
others have been invited to attend a
workshop in Chapel Hill. Myers Park is
fortunate indeed to have such a skilled or-
chestra which has been an award winner
for twenty-five years.
1. Lavonne Beaver looks like she is enjoying the
2. You can tell by Mr. Spencer Mims' expres-
sion that some one has hit the wrong note.
Choir has Superior Rating At N. C. Choral Festival
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Appearing Very neat in their black
robes and black gowns, the choir trans-
forms tiny notes from confusing musical
notation to beautiful songs.
However, few in the audience realize
the group effort, as well as the individual
output, required to achieve such a magifi-
Choir members played an important
role in the musical, Annie Get Your Gun.
ln addition to school performances, the
choir accepts outside engagements from
various churches and organizations. Our
award-winning choir is one of the very
best in the state, as is evidenced by its
superior rating for many years. At the
N.C. Choral Festival the choir received
superior ratings for 1975-1976.
1. Mr. james Clark and Boys' Ensemble seem
upset with the arrival ofa photographer.
2. Steve Carter and Randy Presley make their
own music during band practice.
3. Girls' Ensemble practice songs for a concert.
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1. Members ofthe choir, Kathy Davison, Meg
Harrington, Lynn Carlton, and Greg Selzer act
out their parts in Annie Gct Your Gun.
2. Mr. James Clark directs the choir.
Growth of Improves Music Department
Modern Music Masters is a national
music honor society. There are chapters
at high schools and colleges throughout
the United States and several prominent
American musicans have been members
of the Modern Music Masters.
Early in the year, Modern Music Mas-
ters painted and repaired the music
stands. In November, Modern Music Mas-
ters participated in the Myers Park Hay
Day. At the North Carolina Choral Festi-
val the Modern Music Masters Club
ranked third out of 1,400 national chap-
ters. Four members of the Modern Music
Masters Club were honored in an issue of
the School Musican Magazine. Laura Med-
lin, president of Modern Music Masters,
and Jeanne Dayton were recognized as
Master Musicians, While Cathy Carrier and
Mary Lou McMaster earned superior
At two of their meetings, they had
guest speaker performers: Irene Maddox,
Doug james, and Fran Shafter. Their mu-
sical talent and knowledge added an extra
touch to their Modern Music Masters
1. Greg Thomas listens attentively during a
2. M.M.M. Officers: Laura Medlin, Marty Wag-
ner, Emily Dunlap, Julie Byrd.
3. Emily Dunlap reads off the next scheduled
projects planned for this year.
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2. Owen Snyder makes himself at home at a
3. Cathy Carrier entertains everyone at a regular
4. M.M.M. group is pleased with the suggestions
made by the Officers.
Myers Park Thesplans Create H1t Dames At Sea
Myers Park Thespians' smash hit
Dames At Sea won second place in dis-
trict competition of the Carolina Dramat-
ics Association. Dames At Sea is a comic
play set in the early '30,s, when tap
dancing and overnight stardoms flour-
jan Downs played the part of Mona
Kentg Patty Stayer, as joang Ruthie Selt-
zer, as Rubyg David Cook, as Lucky,
Curtis Harwell, as the Captaing and Jack-
son Paw as Dick. Allyson Blaine, Peggy
Blackney, and Laurie Polk added a hu-
morous touch to Dames At Sea.
Myers Park Thespians' presented the
musical Dames At Sea on February
19-21. Director to Dames At Sea was Mr.
joseph Chorba. Officers for Thespians'
are jane johnson, presidentg Kathy jolly,
1. Patty Staycr adds last minute touches to jan
Downs before going on stage.
2. jan Downs as Mona cries over her long lost
lovers, jackson Faw as Dick.
3. Thespian Officers: Eric O'Donoghue, Linda
Bibb, Becky Bush, jane Johnson, Curtis Har-
well, Cathy Jolly, Elizabeth Barefoot.
Gold In The Hills - Main Production For Limelighters
Limelighters is named after a limelight
which is the lighted area of a stage. Mem-
bers of this club try to promote an inter-
est in the Theatre Arts. Their main pro'
duction was Gold In The Hills which they
presented on November 20-22. Starring in
Gold In The Hills was Patty Stayeras
Nell, Rich Norman as john, Doug Cook
as Silas, and Cynthia Haney as Lizzie.
Limelighters meet the second Thurs-
day of each month. Officers ofthe Lime-
lighters are Curtis Harwell, presidentg
jane Johnson, vice presidentg Camille
Tayor, secretaryg and Patty Stayer, Trea-
1. Patty Stayer asks Mark Fisher for a job in
Gold In The Hills.
2. Cast from Gold In The Hills takes a break
after a long practice.
3. Jeanne Lhyton, Janice Davison, and Karen
Howell dazzels the audience with their singing
during show biz revue.
French Clubls Projects Include Writing to Pen Pals
The selling of Pollywogs and Peanut
Bars helped raise money for the French
Cluh's favorite project, sponsoring a
French orphan. Their club's funds went
towards the feeding and caring of their
Hadoptedn child for the next year.
Another project the club is doing to
become better acquainted with French
customs is writing to pen pals in France.
Through this correspondence the mem-
bers have learned what life is like in an-
1. Carol Flockton, Carol Fry, and Carol Shaw
review notes taken at the last French Club
meeting. All three are officers of the club.
2. Mrs. Dorothy Stilwell demands silence at a
meeting while Diane Dayton looks on with
3. Cindy Aull finds her French notes amusing
however Charles Friede finds his takes more
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Candy Sales, Soccer Contest Build German Treasury
2 Under the leadership of Mel Brister,
the German Club worked to become ac-
quainted with the language and culture of
Germans. They spread German sweets
Over the campus of Myers Park during
their annual sale of Gummy Bears and
During the Hay Day the club spon-
sored a soccer contest which gave the
participates a chance to test their skills in
this sport. They money raised in their
projects will be used to buy equipment
for German classes and the library. The
AFS scholarship fund will also benefit
from this club's work.
Rick Kolodner serves as vice-presidentg
Emily Dunlap, secretaryg and Mr. Richard
Cribbs, advisor and treasurer.
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1. Translating their work into German takes
V concentration for Becky Mangum, Camille
Taylor, and Rick Roth.
2. ls Kathy Linder always this industrious or is
M she just trying to impress the photographer?
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Spanish Culture Was Enhanced by a Dinner at Pedro
Under the instruction of Bessie Demo-
poulos, the Spanish Club is learning more
about Spanish people and their customs.
Putting their skill to work by making
pinatas to cheer hospital patients was one
of the main projects for the Spanish Club
this year. Their other project was partici-
pating in the Myers Park Hay Day with a
game booth. Spanish atmosphere was ex-
tended by a Spanish dinner at Pedros
Restaurant. Other officers of the Spanish
Club are John Powell, vice-presidentg
Julie Austin, secretaryg Polly Dickson,
treasurerg and Laurie Mann, social com-
mittee chairman, Advisor to the Spanish
Club is Mrs. Ann Partin.
1. Spanish Club members are getting ready to
start another thrilling meeting.
2. john Powell and Bessie Demopoulos seemed
pleased with the suggestions being made by the
Spanish club members.
ake Goods Are Successful at Myers Park Hay Day
While under the direction of Carson
Cato the Latin Club has had a fulfilling
year. At the Myers Park Hay Day the
Latin Club sold cakes, cookies and other
baked goods. Their other project for this
year was a Roman Banquet.
Latin Club members also attended the
N.C. Latin Convention. Sally McCoy won
first place in the Latin Poetry contestg
Ann Walker won third place in the Latin
Poetry contest. In the Olympics Leigh
Vanstory finished first in the 440 run and
third in the running broad jumpg Ann
Walker came in the 100 yard dashg Joy
Ross won third place in the Oratory.
Other officers of the Latin Club are
Berry Biles, vice-presidentg Leigh Van-
story, secretaryg and Melaine McCoy,
treasurer. Advisors to the Latin Club is
Mrs. Linda Baker.
1. Latin Club Officers: Carson Cato, Leigh Van
Story, Melaine McCoy, and Berry Biles.
2. Helping Carson Cato with the discussion is
the Latin advisor, Mrs. Linda Baker.
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Myers Park Plays Host to D1Stf1Ct Debate Tournament
Calling themselves the "Advocates,'l
Myers Park's debate group has had a high-
ly successful year. As a chartered chapter
of the prestigous National Forensic
League, the organization has strived to
create a citizen-statesman image among
its members. The League's purpose is
basically that of developing youth for
leadership. The group went to approxi-
mately fifteen tournaments this year and,
according to their advisor Mrs. Virginia
Sutherland, they were forced to decline
at least that many additional invitations.
The team not only attended many
tournaments, but its members placed high
in the competition. Marouf I-lasian and
Mary Lou McMaster were semifinalists at
the University of Pittsburg High School
Debate Tournament. Marouf was also a
finalist in the North Carolina State De-
bate Tournament, as well as placing first
in the Bunker Hill Invitational Tourna-
ment. At his first and only tournament of
the year, sophomore William Faquin went
to the quarter finals in oratory at the
state tournament. The team as a whole
placed second at state.
To raise money to go to the tourna-
ments, the group sells Myers Park Mus-
tang decals and works the refreshment
stand at the football games. They meet
after school whenever they can to work
on their cases with the aid of Mrs. Suther-
land. Camille Taylor serves as president of
1. Mrs. Virginia Sutherland, advisor to the
speech and debate group, conducts a class.
2. Marouf Hasian debates with a congenial
3. FRONT ROW: Liz Lumadue, Cindy Blair,
George Supple, Mrs. Virginia Sutherland. SEC-
OND ROW: joy Ross, Steve Champ, Richard
McAdams, Dan Skrzynski, Marouf Hasian, Pete
Long, Tim Hamby, Mary Lou McMaster.
Great Concepts' Discussions Make Way For Thought
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Members of Great Concepts have spent
this past year discussing the various as-
pects of the world around them. Their
main concern has been that of the ideas
which form our society. with the aid of
Mr. Charles Fulcher, the group has looked
into the ideas of various world philoso-
phies. They attempt to make their own
decisions and find their own answers to
questions concerning their lives and fu-
tures. Often using a steady supply of
books as resources, the members have
gained much knowledge of themselves
through discussion of what they have
found. Meeting on Wednesday nights,
Great Concepts has served its purpose by
enriching the minds of its members.
1. Hap 0'Hair brings his dad to Great Concepts
for "show and tell" during the January meet-
2. Mr. Charles Fulcher takes a relaxing stretch
during a session of Great Concepts.
3. Ken Wood contributes a strong point to the
Great Concepts discussion.
Ecology Club Collects Cans to Promote Conservatlon
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Mr. john Bryan, the advisor to the
Ecology Club, says that the club's pur-
pose is "to promote a greater awareness
of science methods and ecological rela-
tionshipsf' The members of the Ecology
Club have served their purpose through
their activities this year. They meet every
Tuesday afternoon in B-3. Their main
project this year has been collecting alu-
minum cans for recycling. William Faquin
serves as the club,s president.
1. William Faquin looks pleased over some
fungi while the Ecology Club inspects Sugar
Creek and its banks for specimen.
2. Mr. John Bryan watches over David Butner
as he conducts an experiment with creek water.
3. William Faquin and David Butner discuss
water testing results at an Ecology Club meet-
HERO Enlightens Selwyn Schoo' 'th Bulletin Boards
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HERO was formed to help youth as-
sume their roles in society through Home
Economics Education. HERO meets one
time per quarter. Projects for this year
included Easter baskets for the elderly
and making bulletin boards of the months
for Selwyn Elementary School children.
In December HERO had a display of their
The major emphasis on preparation for
jobs and careers is that workers fill roles
as homernakers and community leaders.
The officers of HERO are Toni Perry,
president, Janie Bowers, vice-president,
Helen Woods, recording secretary, Be-
linda Law, corresponding secretary, Cur-
tina Davis, financial secretary, Mellisa
Mayfield, membership co-chairman, Jo
Ann Newman, reporter and membership
1. Officers of HERO go through the next ma-
terial they plan to cover at the next meeting.
2. HERO Members: J. Bowers, M. Saldivar, T.
Perry, C. Davis, R. Pickerina, A. Stranford, B.
Edwards, E. Bradshaw, H. Woods, M. Mitchell,
A. Hill, B. Law, V. Donalson, K. Garner, D.
Castles, S. Midyette, J. Miller, B. Anglim, A.
Kuester, L. Chetam, D. Moose, D. Love, S.
Gossett, M. Mayfield, M. Broome, R. Stinson, J.
Carter, S. Freeman.
3. Debbie Moose and Karen Garner relax after
their job at Selwyn Elementary.
Expansion of VICA Brings New Groups to Our Attention
VICA has three divisions: Mustang
Medics, Auto Mechanics, and Graphics.
VICA is one ofthe largest clubs in Ameri-
Advisor to the Mustang Medics is Miss
Sara Russell. The most important project
of the Mustang Medics was helping with
the Easter Seals Society for handicapped
Advisor to Auto Mechanics is Mr.
Richard Russell. Auto Mechanics got off
to a late start this year, but they are
progressing rapidly with the use of their
new building which contains 3,430 square
feet. Auto Mechanics entered into a com-
petition with other schools sponsored by
Chrysler Motor Corporation.
Advisor to Graphics is Mr. Ray Clark.
Graphics sponsored its annual Christmas
party at Riverview Fish Camp and visited
McAdenville to see the Christmas lights.
Graphics Students participated in the Dis-
trict Six contests. Student recognition
awards were presented at the annual
VICA banquet which was held at Myers
1. Auto Mechanic's students work hard on
making things perfect.
2. Nurses of the Mustang Medics discuss topics
that will be discussed in the next meeting.
3. A Graphic's student concentrates hard while
working with a computer.
DECA Wins Many wards For Myers Park Students
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Distributive Education Club ofAmeri-
ca, DECA, is the largest organization in
the world for students going into market-
ing and retailing. They have speakers on
every phrase ofthe business world.
Some of the contest that DECA partic-
ipated in were Job Interview, Melisa Jor-
dan, first placeg Miss DECA, jan Riceg
Advertisingg Displayg Sales Demonstra-
tion, Derek Pressleyg Speech and Young
Woman of the Year, Melisa jordan Qthird
The purpose of DECA is to train stu-
dents so that they will be prepared to go
out into the business world. Most DECA
students work in the afternoon. This is
part of their training. Advisors to DECA
are Miss Barbara Funderhurke, Mrs. Mar-
celle Deane, and Mr. Jim Smith.
1. A DECA student models at the Myers Park
auditorium for one of their main projects.
2. DECA members go over the work that will
be done at their next meeting.
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'Stangs Have Best
Coach Claude Savage relates the year.
The Mustangs opened their season against
Olympic and beat them 18-13 in sur-
prising fashion. Olympic was favored to
win but the defense and Alan Wolfe's 150
yards rushing proved too much for the
big HO". Our second game really sur-
prised everyone when the Mustangs beat
South 7-3 almost shutting them out be-
cause they were favored to win the con-
Going over to play West Charlotte was
a nightmare because we fumbled over
seven times and lost the game 27-zip.
Trying to forget our loss to West Char-
lotte, we bounced back and beat West
Meck 14-63 but the game was not really as
close as the score.
Hey, if you missed the Garinger game
you really missed something. lt was a
1. All-County team members: Marty Kreshon,
David Mitchel, Keith Perry.
2. Joey Carter clears the way while Jim Shoe-
maker brings the ball towards the Myers Park
3. The Mustangs in action against opponent.
Season In Years!!
physical game and the 'Stangs won 14-6.
The defense played superbly and Wolfe
once again had a long run for a TD. We
lost Wolfe in our game with Garinger and
Trey Safrit started against Harding. He
did a fantastic job throwing a 54 yd. TD
to clinch the game and we're on our way
to a fine season.
We beat Independence 18-6 the next
week before losing a disastrous game
34-13 to East Mecklenburg almost knock-
ing us out of the conference race. The
'Stangs played North next and Olympic,
the last game of the season. In order to
win the conference and gain a playoff
birth we had to win our last two games.
We played well in both games losing to
North 14-6 and beating Olympic 20-O,
giving Myers Park a 7-3 record the best in
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1. With only twenty-three seconds to go the
referee, an essential participant, waits for the
game to continue play.
2. Ray Collins consults with Coach Claude
Savage about the next tactics in play.
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1. Quarterback Trey saffif puts the 'Stangs
offense into play.
2. Fans support played an important part in
this year's spirited football season.
Effort Are Major Elements In This Year's Varsity Team
VARSITY FOOTBALL: FRONT ROW: Marty Kreshon, Bennet Glover,
Kevin Austin, Keith Perry, Kenny Clark, Murray Atkins, Ricky Teat, Jim
Shoemaker, Mike Hawkes. SECOND ROW: Freddy Rembert, Alan Wolfe,
Jim Conners, Gene Garret, Bob White, jim Smitherman, Bobby Blythe,
Bob Fetner, Layne Adams, Bob Shelly. THIRD ROW: Trey safrir, David
Welchman, Chris Harper, David Mitchel, Ray Collins, Ham Thrower, Mark
Raider, Charles Forney, Robert Miller. FOURTH ROW: Don Copeland,
Sam Adair, Larry johnson, Marshall Feimster, Bob Cottom, Russel Smith,
Maxie Leggett, Keith Berry. BACK ROW: Bill Gilian, Tony Woods, Chip
Sella, Clayton Carter, Ken Lawerence, Joey Carter.
1. Quarterback Alan Wolfe makes call for the
offense in the victorious game against rivals
2. David Mitchel and Kenny Clark discuss ad-
justments to be made in the next play.
Mustangs Kick Off To Great Year! 5
1. The MP defense exhibits their fine tackling
tactics during the victorious Garinger game.
2. Marching Mustangs anticipate another
spirited halftime show.
3. On their way to another victory, for the
Mustangs its T.D. !!
Season Ends With A Seven-Three Record!
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1. Alan Wolfe and Sam Adair exhibit their fine
passing during the victorious West Charlotte
2. Quarterback Alan Wolfe takes off down the
field as Garinger helplessly looks on.
J ayvee Football Team Ends Season With 4-4 Record
-IAYVEE FOOTBALL: SITTING: Spencer Davis, Quinton Berry, Richard
McAdams, Michael Anthony, Alvin Cureton, Tom Stockton, Scott Beatty,
Lee Miller, Ponda Boyton, Pat Roberts. MIDDLE ROW: Jamie Coulter,
David Marrow, Hale Nickerson, Cameron Coulde, Layton Barefoot, Dwight
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Whitesides. BACK ROW: Washington Berry, Manager: joe Richards,
johnny johnson, jeff Pounds, Jessie Davis, James Colby, Tim Hassard, Phil
Alexander, Butch Miller, Carl Price.
1. Quinton Berry stops the opposition down
field for a first down.
2. Coach Terry Baucom gives his down-to-earth
advice to Quinton Berry.
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Big 4-4 Record
Defeating South Mecklenburg, the
Colts started the season off with a big
win. Quarterback Tim I-lassard pitched to
Quinton Berry who in turn pitched to
Tommy Stockton for the big 6-0 win.
ln the following weeks they were
downed by West Charlotte, 6-0. Wins
were far apart, but the Colts came out in
the middle with a 4-4 record.
Congratulations are in order for the
super line play by Donald Bogin, johnny
johnson, jeff Pounds, and jamie Coulter.
They allowed the teams offense to gain
over 300 yards rushing. Congratulations
to the whole team for a fine season, and
we hope to see them back next year.
Coach Terry Baucom and Coach David
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Layton coached a fine season this year.
1. With full support of the team, the colts use
an effective plan of attack as the opponents
2. Mustangs prepare for another play. First
down on their own ten yard line.
3. Ponies line up as they prepare for another
play. Tim Hassard gets last minute instructions
from the bench before they start another play.
4. Alvin Cureton and Tom Whitesides prove
they are faster than the opponent as they pre-
pare to tackle from both sides.
Mustangs Earn Sectlonal Tournament Championship b
Their reputation as "the spoiler ofthe
conferencel' was upheld this year as the
1975 Mustang soccer team pulled off a
surprise upset victory in the Sectional
Toumament. With the Myers Park Invita-
tional Tournament opening the season,
the Mustangs got off to a slow start. Even
though they finished fourth, the night
matches drew large crowds, possibly
prompted by the appearance of Coach
Frank Ponce in his white shorts.
One impressive victory was the 1-0 de-
feat of Davidson College. Their 11-8 rec-
ord gave Myers Park the sixth seed in the
Sectional Tournament. In the first round
they beat Northside Christian 2-1. Goalie
Tripp Gabriel recorded a 1-O shut-out as
the Mustangs advanced against Indepen-
dence. Strong, undefeated South was the
opponent for the final match. Led by
scores from Mel Brister and Jimmy
Koutsakalis, Myers Park won the champi-
Ben Lippen crushed the Mustangs 7-O
in the first game of the Regional play.
Coach Frank Ponce is given much credit
by his players for the success of his team,
having won two sectional titles in his two
years of coaching.
1. While anxiously awaiting an opportunity to
get into the game, Phombuc Hung, David Tal-
ley, and Mike Ranson give their fellow Mus-
tangs moral and verbal support.
2. john Archer, pursued by a South Mecklen-
burg Sabre, dribbles the ball down field enroute
to a victory in the Sectional Tournament finals.
3. Members of the 1975 All-County Soccer
Team are Jimmy Koutsakalis, George Housia-
das, Dickey Thomas, and John Powell.
Shocking Undefeated South Mecklenburg 2-1 in Finals
FRONT ROW: J. Haslam, G. Weinreb, T. Starnes, D. Turner, M. Brister, D. Archer, D. Cook, P. VerMeulen, J. Smiley, Coach Frank Ponce. THIRD
ROW: J. Powell, D. Marshall, S. Davies, A. Halpern, M. Ranson, D.
Thrower, T. Gabriel, C. Matthews, G. Housiadas, G. Housiadas, J. Politis,
R. Kolodner, S. McCann, D. Fahey, C. DeVane.
Thomas, B. Hutchinson, G. Demopoulos, D. Talley, S. Reichard, B. Whit-
man, P. Hung, D. Pistolis. SECOND ROW: R. Clark, N. Little, S. Capra, W.
Atkinson, J. Koutsakalis, R. Barker, H. O'Hair, T. Pickering, M. Shelley, J.
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1. South Sabre foe does his best, but he cannot
keep up as Todd Pickering drives for the goal
during the Sectional Tournament championship
2. ls Coach Frank Ponce outlining new plans of
attack for the game, or is he showing his skill at
tic tac toe?
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This year's Cross Country team im-
proved tremendously over last year's
team. They were undefeated in regular
season, third in Conference and third in
Sectionals. Being sixth in the State
showed the willingness and the strength
of the team. This year we placed two in
All-Conference, joe Radovanic and Paul
Boyette, a junior who should do great
things for M.P. next year. Coach Richard
Prince expects another great season next
year with four outstanding Juniors and
two Sophomores returning next year.
Great team work and desire to win
always makes for a winning team. Con-
gratulations to Coach Richard Prince and
all of the Cross Country Team for a fine
Harriers Win First Place in Division
FRONT ROW: Mal Ferguson, Paul Boyette, Tom Radovanic, Fraiser Ives, Walter Woody. BACK
ROW: joe Radovanic, Chip Hunter, Bill Downey, Philip Nunn, Coach Richard Prince. NOT PIC-
TURED: LSC Whitfield.
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1. joe Radovamc, an All-Conference runner,
practices for the next meet.
2. The distance rolls smoothly by for forerun-
ner Frasier Ives as he pulls out ahead of the
other runners for a victory. 3.2
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1. Myers Parks' All-Conference runners joe
Radovanic and Paul Boyette. They placed third
in the Conference.
2. joe Radovanic seems to be running alone
while running a meet at Myers Park.
3. Lee Whitfield demonstrates his unbeatable
style in a typical Cross-Country run.
4. Malcom Ferguson finishes a grueling run well
ahead of all the other runners.
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VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: STANDING: Donald Copeland, Chip Hunter, Donald Brown, David Hughes, David Crigler, Kenny Gwynn, Tony Woods.
KNEELING: Lee Whitfield, joey Carter, Bill Woodard, Henry Atkins, Jeffrey Ross, David Thomas.
Successful as the 1975-76 basketball
season was, it could also be described as
disappointing. Although the Mustangs
finished the season with a winning record
of 14-9, there was some exceptional tal-
ent on the team which could have carried
them into the play-offs.
Over the holidays, the varsity players
celebrated early by winning the Indepen-
dence lnvitational Christmas Tourna-
ment. This was the first time ever that a
Mecklenburg public and private school
had met in basketball competition. A
63-58 win over the host Patriots gave the
Mustangs the tournament crown.
Further tournament play proved not
as rewarding. In the first round of the
divisional play, the Mustangs ran into
Harding, a team they had already beaten
twice. They lost the game 80-65, ending
any hopes of a championship for Coach
1. In a contest with the Independence Patriots,
Donald Brown executes his lay-up form, sailing
above his defenders for two points.
Last-Second ictor Gver Arch-Rivals South Sabres
1. Lee Whitneld seems to be cool and collected
as he tries for a very crucial point in the Mus-
tangs, game against South Mecklenburg.
2. Using his massive six-foot five frame to block
out his defender, David Hughes stretches
toward the basket for two points.
3. Although their players on the bench look
worried, Coach Jim Hartman and Coach Wayne
Ayers feel sure their strategy will succeed in
bringing the Mustangs from behind to win.
Record of 14-9
Many honors were bestowed upon
members of the basketball team. Selected
to The Charlotte News and The Charlotte
Observer All-County Teams were Lee
Whitfield and David Hughes. Several grad-
uating seniors will be playing college ball
next year on scholarship. Lee will be a
49'er for UNCC and David will go to
Wingate College. Also. Don Copeland re-
ceived a Grant-in-Aid to attend Living-
stone College. At the Spring Sports Ban-
quet, Don received the Defensive Award.
Most Improved were David Crigler and
Chip Hunter. For his leadership as captain
of the team, Lee was recognized. David
Hughes took high honors as the 1975-76
Most Valuable Player.
1. Donald Brown tries to aid David Crigler in a
battle under the boards as the Garinger Wildcat
interferes with David's reach.
2. His extra inches in height give David Hughes
the advantage over his opponent in successfully
getting off a shot.
3. Warm-ups prepare Lee Whitfield, Bill Wood-
ard, and Kenny Gwynn for the second half of
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1. Tony Woods makes the Independence Patriot
stop dead in his tracks with his impressive Hur-
lem Globetrotters moves and style.
2. Members of The Charlotte News and 'l'lw
Charlotte Observer All-County Team are Lcc
Whitfield and David Hughes.
3. Tony Woods' shot bounces off the rim, but
David Crigler is ready with open hands for the
Varsity Basketballll 57
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1. Under strain and concentration Rick Wil-
liams carefully shoots as the Patriots hopelessly
2. DeDe Hemphill leaps and shoots with ease as
Robert Moody covers.
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The junior Varsity Basketball team
this year was a very pleasant surprise.
Playing without the services of one of the
best sophomores in school, Henry Atkins,
who played with the varsity, the team
compiled a 15-6 record. The squad fin-
ished in a 3-way tie for first place and
then proceeded to defeat North Meck-
lenburg for the junior Varsity Champion-
The team maintained a balanced
attack the entire season with different
players coming through in crucial situa-
tions. DeDe Hemphill, Robert Moody and
Quinton Berry did most of the ball carry-
ing with Hemphill showing signs of real
varsity stardom for the future. The wing
positions were filled by Lyn Conger, Phil
Rockecharlie and Thomas Mills. They
provided consistent scoring all season and
many last moment heroes. The post posi-
tions were manned by Tim Hassard and
Ivan Diggs. Although oversized 'by most
of their opponents they controlled the
backboards and scored well all season.
Ivan Diggs was voted the most valuable
player by his teammates. Coach Wayne
Ayers commented that he felt that as
long as Hassard stayed out of foul trouble
and in the game we always had a chance
J.V. BASKETBALL-FRONT ROW: Lyn Conger, Quinton Berry, John Barry, Robert Moody, Dede Hemphill, Herman Young, Philip Rockecharlie. BACK
ROW: Tim Hussard, Thomas Mills, Rick Williams, William Camp, John Burwcll, Ivan Diggs, Robert Medley.
1. Lyn Congcr shoots against the Patriots while
1 Tim Hassard, as post backs him up.
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Myers Park Wrestlers
Have Best Record In
Charlotte-Meeklenburgg l l-l
The Myers Park wrestling team started
a fantastic season by beating West Char-
lotte in their first match, 43 to 19. The
rest of the season was continuous vic-
tories except for the team's one loss
against Independence. The wrestlers
worked out and continued strenuous
practices every day. The team members
worked out extra hours in order to keep
their weight down as low as possible.
The Mustangs led by co-captains Scott
Twery and Carson Cato, placed second in
the Southwestern Conference. Out of the
79 matches in the Myers Park Invitational
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1. Steve Turner wins by decision in the district
2. Mel Brister attempts to take down Ashbrook
3. Mike Hawkes pinning with a grape vine
against Country Day.
and the East Mecklenburg Invitational the
team won a total of 41, placing fourth in
both tournaments. In the Southwestern
district meet the Mustangs carried on the
winning tradition by placing fifth. Mike
Hawks finished 1st in the 185 lb. class
and Mel Brister finished 2nd at 112 lbs.
Carson Cato, Doug Micheal, Mike Hawks
and Rick Kolodner were named to the
All-Southwestern 4-A Wrestling team. Mel
Brister and Mike Hawks both represented
the 'Stangs at the NCHSAA State Meet,
leaving the team placing 47th in the state.
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WRESTLING TEAM-FRONT ROW: Stewart Johnson, David Turner, Mel Brister, Carson Cato, Steve Turner, Ricky Burch, Lee Miller. BACK ROW: Coach
Terry Balcom, Rick Kolodner, Doug Michal, Scott Twery, Mike Hawks, Larry johnson, Clayton Carter, Coach Frank Ponce.
1. David Turner gets ready for a take down in a
match against Ashbrook.
Girls Combine Looks and Talent for Successful Season
FRONT ROW: Alice Sebrell, Becky Brown, Evelyn Anthony, Sally McCoy Gale Hyett Nancy Stallworth BACK ROW Carol Alexander Kit Rea Lisa
Sweezy, Ann Rea, Beth Rea, Karen Epermanis.
1 621 Volleyball
Myers Park's 1976 volleyball team was
able to turn inexperience into a winning
effort. with only two seniors and one
junior for the nucleus of the squad,
Coach Effie Waterman did a fine job
producing a team with a record of 5-5.
Early wins over Harding, West Char-
lotte, and North Mecklenburg got the
season started off right. North Mecklen-
burg was undefeated and in first place at
the time the Mustangs handed them their
loss. Another impressive victory was a 3-O
shutout over Olympic. '
Kit Rea was selected as a member of
the Southwestern 4-A All-Conference
Team. Coach Waterman expects to have a
successful season next year, with nine
sophomores returning from this year's
1. Kit Rea takes aim for one of her game-
winning serves. Kit was selected as a member of
The Charlotte Observer All-County Team.
1. Time out at the volleyball game finds Sally
McCoy trying to impress Nancy Stallworth,
Carol Alexander, and Evelyn Anthony with the
cornyjokes she heard on Hee Haw.
2. Dominating the front line is the Rea family,
Kit, Beth, and Ann, each ready to return the
ball for a point.
3. Coach Effie Waterman stares at her pL1yers,
trying to figure out who 'lfixed" the Gatorade.
Mustang omen Race For nother Number 1 Season
FRONT ROW: Laura Campbell, Layne Thompson, Cassandra Ligon, Kena
Caldwell. MIDDLE ROW: Susan Carroll, Susie Zuerner, Kit Rea, Susan
Kincaid, Leslie Kay, Jean Kincaid, Martha Acker, Denise Stevenson. BACK
Myers Park's Girls' Track Team has
been very successful this year. They were
number one in their regular season. They
came in first place in the Conference and
in the Western Sectionals. They won the
Sectionals with a score of 62 points,
while West Charlotte finished 2nd with a
score of 25 points.
The Mustang women, coached by Miss
Pat Douthit, Mr. Richard Prince, and Mr.
Frank Ponce and led by tri-captains jean
Kincaid, Kit Rea, and Susan Kincaid,
they helped the Mustangs break 13 ofthe
14 Conference records broken this sea-
In the Sectionals, the Mustangs had
nine players competing. jackie Hill, Anna
Jenkins, Susan Kincaid, and Jean Kincaid
ran the mile relay. Susan and Jean along
with Dekota Grier and Cassandra Ligon pyyyy, V
ran the 880-relay, while Keena Caldwell, 4 ii
Dekota Cassandra and Jean won the 440
relay. Anna and Laura Campbell ran 1-2 Wai 3
in the 880 and Kit Rea took second in W5 mm
1. Cassandra Ligon sits in her starting blocks as
she waits for the starting gun, with her eyes ,zgiwwty
focused on the finishline. if 'e if 6'
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ROW: Becky Brown, Anna Jenkins, Jackie Hill, Lisa Stockton Karen
Saunders, Catherine Chason. NOT PICTURED: Dekota Grier.
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The Mustangs set 3 new conference
relay records in the mile and the 880. The
records were 4:10.9 in the mile and
1:50.3 in the 880. Other top performers
were jackie Hill and Susan Kincaid cap-
turing lst and 2nd in the 440. Susie Zuer-
ner won the discus with a record throw of
99 feet, 11 inches, Anna Jenkins and
Laura Campbell were first and second in
the 880. Kit Rea won the shot put with a
throw of 36 feet, lk inches.
In the Queen City Relays the Mustangs
captured another title. Keena, Cassandra,
Dekota and Susan combined for the 440
relay record of :51.4. They won the 880
with a time of 1:48.5 and the mile with
Although the Mustangs came in 4th in
the State Meet Anna Jenkins, Jackie Hill,
Jean and Susan Kincaid set a State mile
relay record of 402.9. Susan Kincaid
scored 2nd in the 440 with:08.9.
1. jan Downs, Lisa Stockton, and Laura Camp-
bell line up as they prepare to run during one of
the afternoon track meets at Myers Park.
2. Jean Kincaid shows her style in jumping
hurdles as she races to the finishline.
This year's Track Team showed great
effort by placing Sth in the Conference.
Outstanding players were Ron Johnson
who won a gold medal in the triple jump
and bronze medal winner and polevaulter
Hap O'l-lair. The Mustang trackmen,
Coached by Mr. Richard Prince, placed
P Trackmen Claim any Bronze And Gold Medals
2nd in the Metrolina Relays-which they
only lost by eight points-4th in the Sec-
tionals, 6th in the Regionals and 9th in
the State Meet.
In the Metrolina Relays no one could
even guess what would happen, except
Coach Prince and the Shuttle Relay team.
David Smylie, Ron johnson, Don Cope-
land, and joey Carter skinned the shut-
tlers in a mere 54 seconds. This broke
Myers Parks' previous record time of 54.6
set in 1975.
At the Queen City Relays Robert
Medly jumped the city's best of 6 feet, 6
inches. David Hughes was close behind
with a third in discus and a personal best
of 50 feet, 2 inches. Hap O'l-lair took first
in the pole-vault with a jump of 13 feet.
Ron johnson took 2nd in the triple jump
with a measurement of 45 feet, 9M in-
Tracey Lyons is the Best Polevaulter in
North Carolina with a vault of 14 feet, 3
inches. The 880 relay team is third in the
State. Coach Prince has coached a very
rewarding team this season.
1. Polevaulter Tracy Lyons rolls over the cross-
bar with a little uncertainty during an after-
noon track meet at Myers Park.
2. Bronze Medal Winner Hap O'Hair poses for
the camera as he gets ready to practice for the
next track meet.
3. Gold Medal Winner Ron johnson comes
down the runway as he prepares to take off
into the sandy pit of Myers Parks' triple jump.
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FRONT ROW: Robert Miller, Steve Kay, Stan Ervin, joey Carter, King
Simmons, David Hughes, joe Raduvanic, Paul Boyctte. MIDDLE ROW:
james Sh oemaker,
Steve Smith, Jamie Coulter, Jon Smylie, Hap O'Hair,
Gene Garrett, Fraiser Ives, Mal Ferguson. BACK ROW
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jumps the hurdles at an afternoon meet at
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Raymond Caldwell, David Smylie, Paul Price, Phil Nunn, Tracey Lyons,
Tim Hassard, Ron johnson, james Colby, Cameron Caudle, Robert Medly,
Chris Matthews, Larry johnson, Tom Radovanic, Quinton Berry. NOT
PICTURED: Joe Richards, Don Mitchell, Don Copeland, Gerald Campbell.
GIRLS' SWIM TEAM: FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Anna jenkins, Karen McSpadden, Stuart Bumgardner, Kathy McSpadden.
Myers Park did not have a Girls' Swim
Team until three Sophomore girls decided
to get together and start one. Karen
McSpadden, Stuart Bumgardner, and
Kathy McSpadden said Myers Park should
have a swim team and that they should
compete in the North carolina High
School State Championship in Greens-
boro. They decided to ask Anna jenkins,
who was running track, to join the swim
The girls had been spending long hours
at the Charlotte YMCA under the direc-
tion of Ken Hungate. These girls then
talked Coach Richard Prince into sub-
mitting their entry form into the com-
petition, after convincing Coach Prince
that they had the ability and desire to
make a showing. Coach Prince said that
he would take them to the competition if
he could fit it into his schedule. The day
came and Coach Prince left for Greens-
boro with four excited girls who showed
no signs of tension, These girls came back
as State Champions and with proof that
Myers Park can make it in another sport.
1. Stuart Bumgardner comes up for air while
doing the breaststroke at The North Carolina
High School Championship Meet in Greens-
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Girls Make Big
Splash In State
Myers Parks, Girls' Swim Team, which
is all Sophomores, became State Cham-
pions over night at the North Carolina
High School Championship in Greens-
boro. The four girls are Anna jenkins,
Karen McSpadden, Stuart Bumgardner
and Kathy McSpadden.
Karen McSpadden set a state record
for the 500-yard freestyle Q5 minutes
26:84.5 secondsj. She placed third in the
200-yard individual medley.
Stuart Bumgardner Won first places in
the 50-yard freestyle Q56.3j and in the
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Kathy McSpadden earned a second
place in the 100-yard butterfly and a
fourth place in the 200-yard free.
Anna Jenkins came through in the
Anna jenkins, Kathy McSpadden,
Karen McSpadden, and Stuart Bumgard-
ner practiced all year at the Charlotte
YMCA. They talked Coach Richard
Prince into submitting their entry form
into the State Championship and came
back State Champs, Congratulations!
1. Kathy McSpadden competes doing the but-
terfly at the meet in Greensboro. Kathy came
in second in the 100-yard butterfly.
2. Karen McSpadden takes off from the starting
block while teammate Stuart Bumgardner
Girls' Swim Teamll 69
P Tennis Team
Ties For Second
Place in State Meet
The ,76 Tennis team had a fantastic
season this year!! Defeating every team in
the regular season. The team played East
Mecklenburg for the regular season title
and beat them 5-4. ln the Sectional Tour-
nament Lewis Coppcclge and john Powell
won the sectional doubles title, with
Mark Dillon finishing second in the sin-
gles. This left the team tied for first place
in the tournament. At the state meet in
Chapel Hill, Mark Dillon, Lewis Cop-
pedge, and john Powell reached the semi-
finals. The season ended with Myers Park
tieing for second in the state!! At the
Spring Sports banquet Mark Dillon re-
ceived Most Valuable while Lewis Cop-
peclge received Most Improved.
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TENNIS TEAM-FRONT ROW: Mark Dillon, Paul Lewis, Bill Downey, Scott Laird, Monty Kearse Lewis Coppedge john
Powell. TOP ROW: William Faquin, Randy Talley, Ed Young, Kent Faguin, Bill Story, Mike Thornburg Sam Pierce jack Green
Mark Scholl, Bobby Bhatnagar, Coach Bill Cloaninger,
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1. Paul Lewis and Mark Dillon stroll off the
courts after another victory.
2. john Powell, on his toes, anticipates a serve
from his opponent.
3. Bill Downing and Ed Young preparing to
volley for a winner in the Sectional Tourna-
4. Lewis Coppedge hits a backhand winner
down the line.
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Girls Tennis Team olleys to Victory With 8-l ark
FRONT ROW: Martha Acker, Catherine Chason, Liz Lumadue, Cathy Linker, Ginni Ingram, Jean Kincaid, Cathy Chrismon, Kit Rea, Ruth
Reeves, Susan Young, Suzanne O'Donoghue, Sally McCoy, Naraporn Bryan, Kathy Fox, Becky Brown. NOT PICTURED: Custis Stout, Marion
Bunyagid, Susie Zuerncr. BACK ROW: Mrs. Patricia Douthit, Lindsey Cox.
The Girls' Tennis Team was very suc-
cessful this year with an 8-1 record for
the regular season. They ended the season
with a big finish by winning the South-
The top girls this year were: Lindsey
Linker with a 9-0 recordg Ginni Ingram
with an 8-1 record, Katherine Chason
with a 9-0 season recordg and Custis Stout
with a 7-2 record. Five of the girls on the
team had a 9-0 record.
Southwest Sectional Tournament is
the biggest event in the girls' season. The
tournament consists of 24 teams and 135
participants. Six of the girls represented
the Mustangs at the Southwest Sectionals.
Lindsey Linker and Ginni Ingram in
Singles and Katherine Chason, Kit Rea,
Custis Stout, and Cathy Reeves in
Congratulations to all eighteen girls on
the Girls, Tennis Team. Next year is an-
other year and we hope to see most of
them return next year for another win-
1. Number one player Lindsey Linker fires
away a serve with perfect poise and accuracy.
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Linker Voted Most Valuable and Rea Most Improved
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Lindsey Linker, who is a Senior, was
voted the Most Valuable Player for 1975,
by her fC3.II1I1'l3lICS. Sl'1C l'1aS had three
good years on the Myers Park Tennis
Team. She was number one this year, in
her Junior year she was one of the top
four, and she lettered in her Sophomore
year. Lindsey had a 9-0 regular season.
She won the Southwest Sectionals Singles
Title. She ended her season with a 14-O
Kit Rea, who is a Senior, was number
nine on the Girls' Tennis Team. She was
voted the Most Improved Player on the
team by her teammates, She went to the
Southwest Sectional Tournament. She
represented the Mustangs in Doubles with
Katherine Chason. This was Kit's first
year on the Girls' Tennis Team.
1. The Most Improved Player on the Girls'
Tennis Team this year was Kit Rea.
2. Lindsey Linker was voted The Most Valuable
Player on the Girls' Tennis Team this year.
3. Ginni Ingram shows her strength and ability
as she serves the ball.
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The '76 Golf Team
Places Fourth In
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once again proved their stronghold in
golf. The season ended with the team
winning all but one of the conference
meets, winning the conference tourna-
ment, placing second in the Sectionals
and making a tremendous achievement by
placing fourth in the state.
Coach Gary Long relates the year: Be-
fore the season started, l didn't think we
would have a team comparable to earlier
ones-record wise. Since all the Charlotte
teams are in the same leagues this year,
we faced a tougher schedule than in years
past. To further hamper us, we had only
two returning players-Todd Smith and
Freddy Collins. When South beat us the
first match of the season, things looked
rough. However, due to the hard work
and dedication of Peter McMillan, Gor-
don McNeil and Chip Hunter, along with
the returning lettermen, we came on
strong and beat the rest of the teams in
the conference. Other players, Marty
Kreshon, Tommy Prim, and Chris Dowd,
each had important rounds which con-
tributed greatly to our winning season.
We tied with South for the Conference
Championships, won the conference
Tournament finished second in the Sec-
tional against sixteen teams and finished
fourth out of twenty-six teams in the
State Tournament at Chapel Hill.
Notables at Chapel Hill were Todd
Smith, who tied for second, and Freddy
Collins, who finished sixth in a field of
lt was certainly rewarding working
with guys who followed the Mustang win-
ning tradition and were such gentlemen
everywhere they went.
1. Peter McMillan watches where his shot lands
as he tees off at another dual match.
2. Gordon McNeil pulls another one of his
extraordinary putts, sinking another hole in the
Sectional Tournament at Pinelake.
3. Top player Todd Smith exhibits his excellent
4. Coach Gary Long keeps an eye on some of
his top players.
Varsity Golfll 75
J ack Sink,
Graduation hit the l976 baseball team
hard, with only three members of last
yearis team returning in the spring as se-
niors. This young team, which started six
juniors, began the season well. For the
first time ever, Myers Park beat Wilming-
ton New Hanover on a spring training
road trip. Returning to Charlotte, regular
season play got under way, Coping with
their inexperience and new varsity ner-
vousness, the Mustangs impressingly won
the first three conference games. At one
point in the season, the Mustangs held the
first place position.
However, the rest of the spring did not
go as successfully. There were many
tough losses in which the Mustangs
played well but lost close, hard-fought
games. ln all, the baseball team lost four
games by just one run each. Closing the
season in good fashion was a defeat by a
thirteen-point margin over Olympic. Next
year promises to be better, as six of the
nine starters will be back, along with
some good reserves andjayvee players.
Leading the team in hitting was left
fielder jack Sink, who batted 378. Philip
Hazelton was the second leading hitter.
Both jack and Philip were selected to The
Charlotte Observer All-County Team.
-lack was also a member of The Charlotte
News squad. Second baseman I-lazelton
received the Most Valuable Player award
at the Spring Sports Banquet. Most lm-
proved went to first year pitcher Bill
1. Coach jack Sink has the undivided attention
of his players as he goes over the upcoming
gamels signals and strategy.
2. Robert Maxey seems to think a fight might
settle whether or not the umpire was correct in
calling the Garinger player safe at first.
Eager But lnexperienoed Juniors Fill Varsity Positions
FRONT ROW: Trey Safrit, Fred Rcmbert, Keith Ferry, Ricky Teat, jeff Brown. MIDDLE ROW: jack Sink, Bill Lane, Philip Hazelton, Bump Richards, Eric
Lawrence, Billy Seay. BACK ROW: Coach Jack Sink, Robert Maxey, David Mitchell, Ivan Diggs, Mike Hawks, PJ. Maskus.
1. Concentrating on the fast-moving ball is
Keith Berry, taking batting practice before the
2. Third baseman Squeak Lawrence blocks the
ball with his body, avoiding an error on as he
receives the throw from the outfield.
Varsity Baseballfl 77
Season Begins ast With Four Consecutive Victories
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1. Chosen as members of the 1976 All-County
Baseball Team are Philip Hazelton and jack
2. PJ. Maskus tells Billy Seay not to worry
about the next batter being the opp0nent's
3. There is plenty of muscle behind big Mike
I-lawk's powerful swing.
4. jack Sink, the team's leading hitter, cannot
seem to connect on a grease ball.
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still has two more chances to get a hit.
2. Coach jack Sinkls chew of tobacco seems to
be more pleasing than his team's performance
its last time at bat.
3. His knees already beginning to hurt, P.j.
Maskus thinks of the long seven innings ahead.
4. Bill Lane checks the runner at first base, then
winds up for his pitch.
JV Colts Try Hard, But End With 7-16 Season
This yea1"s junior Varsity Baseball
Team finished this season winning seven
games, losing nine and two forfeits.
The top performers were pitchers
Marty Fox and Phil Rockecharlie. Catch-
er Butch Miller did a great job catching
for the Colts. Clayton Carter, Benny
Rumfelt and Eric Hayden were the base-
men this year. The outfielders, Alvin
Cureton, Jimmy Anthony, Carl Stowe
and William Spann did the Mustangs
proud this year. Coach Wayne Ayers
coached a rewarding season for these up
Coming varsity players.
1. Carl Stowe puts alot of power into his swing
as he waits for the ball to hit the bat.
2. Butch Miller and Alvin Cureton both reach
up for the ball, because two hands are better
3. Mustang Colts sit in the dugout and watch
the team play while they wait their turn to
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STUDE T LIFE
Patty Staycr, Editor
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Brings Sea of
The opening of each new year always
.nds many frightened sophomores, ju-
iiors who feel they have finally grown
ip. and ready-to-get out seniors. As the
seniors look at the sophomores, they find
it hard to believe that they were ever that
small, or that they were ever that con-
cerned over a scrambled schedule.
The juniors look at the seniors and
dream of the year to come when they will
be senior "men" and Hwomenn. Sopho-
mores have their first experience with
junior-Seniors, high school football
games, and the beginning of some long
1. Loyal Mustang fans show their support by
packing the stands at the MP-South game.
2. A typical day in the Myers Park office shows
Mrs. Jones hard at work, while Mr. Rozzelle
works in the discipline department.
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1. Mr. Dean Barber gives his Junior Bird Man
pose for thc photographer.
2. ln Damvs At Sea, jackson Faw plays the part
of a sailor who is not only in love with a girl,
but also show business.
Student Lifell 87
Broadway Musical umbers Highlight Show Biz 75
The nights of October 2 and 3 were
special at Myers Park when the talent of
the student body was shown through this
year's Show Biz '75.
The senior follies were presented in a
very different way this year. Instead of
the regular follies, the senior talent was
presented by bits and pieces of four
popular broadway musicals. The four
musicals used were Pippin, Godspell,
Sweet Charity, and Grease.
The entertainment was anything from
a tap dance by Jan Downs to a very sexy
dance by the girls in Sweet Charity and
Godspell. You could hear blips of
comedy imitations of Paul Lynde by Tab
Show Biz was Mr. Joe Chorba's first
presentation of his newly acquired job as
the drama director at Myers Park. He
considered his Hnew adventurel' exciting
and the audience proved with applause
that his time was spent well on Show Biz
1. Jeanne Dayton, Laurie Polk, Betsy Barry,
and Donna DeVita sing about the magic of
Show Biz in a selection from Pippin.
2. Lisa Talley, Martine Schmidt, and Terri
Cornelius tempt the audience with their sex
appeal in Sweet Charity.
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Rainy Weather Causes Delay in Homecoming Activities
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1. Bill Verch and Janice Davidson enjoy the
beat of the music at the MP Homecoming
2. Former student Wes Plyler escorts Karen
I-ledger in the Homecoming activities as the
NJROTC stand at attention.
Cath Morse Selected as The 1975 Carousel Prmoess
The Homecoming Game for the 1975
year was scheduled for Friday night, Oc-
tober 17, but postponed until the 18th
due to bad weather. As the roaring crowd
cheered the Mustangs on, we came out
with an outstanding victory. The final
score of the game was Myers Park 18a
There was a different procedure for
the choosing of queens this year as we
had a carousel princess and two queens.
The MP Homecoming queens were Kim
Barr and Sarah Morrow. The Carousel
Princess was Cathy Morse.
This year, the week before the Homef
coming game had a new name, f'Spirit
Weeku. Every day of the Week was com-
posed of a different kind of spirit filled
activity. It seems these activities were not
in vain shown by the spirit generated at
thc game. These feelings were carried over
to the dance held the same night in the
1. Steve Hensley and Van Girsch enjoy a relax-
ing dance at the 1975 Homecoming Dance.
2. Kevin Coulter tries to keep up with his
sophomore date, Kathy Crockett, as they dance
at thc Homecoming Dance.
3. Coach Terry Baucom listens as number 7,
Quinton Berry gives his thoughts for the next
4. The MP band displays perfect form in the
1 9 2lStudent Life
Sum of 52,800
All who gathered on Myers Park
campus November 8th, know what a
success MUSTANG HAY DAY was. Mrs.
Bill Scoggin and Mrs. Sarah Lewis con-
tributed much of their time to help with
the arrangement of HAY DAY. The out-
come of the day was a large sum of
32,800.00 In spite of the threatening
clouds, the spirit of excitement and en-
joyable work triumphed. Some of the
Charlotte Checkers joined the day in a pie
throwing booth sponsored by the Letter-
You could buy almost anything imag-
inable from fairround treats, such as cot-
ton candy or a clown face, to a pot of
plants. A ride on a horse's back was also
available due to Myers Park students with
horses. The day climaxed with the hilari-
ous episode of the drifting Weiner King
balloon, later to be found in the lake of
the Myers Park Country Club. So, taking
a final look at the day, HAY DAY was a
1. Hain Thrower took advantage ofthe clown
painting booth that was sponsored by the Y-
Teens at Hay Day.
2. Brenda Sink receives a surprise pie after
which Kathy Fox tries to decide where to start
the clean upjob.
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1. john Mitchell is hard at work trying to finish
his biology quiz.
2. Fran Pierce receives advice from the crowd at
the Ambassador-Keyctte football game.
3. Tibby Thomas smiles as she finds a way to he
at the prom after her long hours of work on
decorations are finished.
Sophomores Find Myers Park a Weleomed Challenge
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1. jo Elizabeth Ruple waits nervously for her
drivers' education instructor to assist her in a
2. Mark Fisher satisfies Patty Stnyerls hunger
with a sandwich, after three days without food.
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hard to believe that they have finally
reached high school. They are full of
questions, some of which seem extremely
dumb to those of us who have been here
long enough not to remember that at one
time we were asking those same questions
Big brothers and sisters' were assigned
to each of the sophomore homerooms
and it became very apparent that the se-
niors were the ones that these people
would look up to and follow as the year
Although at first all sophomores are
afraid ofthe year to come, in no time at
all, as they begin to become active in
school happenings they find that Myers
Park is not a place to be afraid of, but a
place that they will come to love and in
time never feel left out again. If youjust
make it through the first days, then you
are home free.
1. Alice Robinson straiglltens out her thoughts
during her 45-minute lunch period.
2. Cheerleaders jan Downs and Anile Hull seem
disgusted as the Mustangs lose an very close
3. Susan Kincaid warms up before she helps
advance her team to a victory.
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1. Cathy jolley gets the balloons ready to sell at
the Ambassador booth at Hay Day.
2. Fran Pearce, dressed as Santa Claus, gives R
out candy before Christmas break. 'Q
3. Marianne Reusse checks her flags at the be-
ginning of the Keyette- Ambassador football
game as Tina Schmidt, Brenda Sink, and Lynn
Ledford discuss the rules ofthe game. V
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After many hard practices, which re-
sulted in some very sore girls, the annual
Keyette-Ambassador football game took
place on December 11. The fences around
the stadium were filled with many curi-
ous spectators. A large majority of them
were there to see just how tough the girl
who sat in front of them in class, could
be out in a serious game of football.
At one point in the game a touchdown
was called back, due to a disagreement
about the length of a few of the flags. But
other than that everyone seemed in agree-
ment about the rules of the game.
As the game ended the score was a tie.
In a sudden death overtime the Ambassa-
dors camc out victorious with a one
1. Cathy McLean loses her flag to MaryAnne
Cranford whilc running a touchdown play for
2. jackson Faw and Ruthie Seltzer sing of the
coming happiness in Dames at Sea.
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1. Yvon Depuis of the Charlotte Checkers
seems to be getting into the action of the pic
throw in the lettergirls booth at Hay Day.
2. Dena Diggle and Scott Fisher enjoy a relax-
ing slow dance at MP's Homecoming Dance.
3. Miss Evelyn Baker is surprised by a bouquet
of roses after being selected English teacher of
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1. 'HIC applicants to the Ambassador Club in-
dulge in gossiping before the meeting begins.
2. Debbie Randall is amused as well as embar-
rassed by Buddy Hutchinsoifs extravagant cos-
3. Mr. Frank Ponce is waiting as the goalie for
the soccer booth at Hay Day.
1, Art students work hard to get their work
ready for competition.
2. Danny Watson watches as Rosaline Brannon
shows her disapproval of one of the comments
about hcr work.
3. Nancy Stallworth is pleased by the perfor-
mance of her teammates on the girls' volleyball
Anxious Seniors Wait For College Aeeeptanoe Letters
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At the beginning of each year, when
asked about future plans, about half of
the seniors can tell you without even
thinking, where they hope to go to school
after they graduate. The other half, well,
they have a little more trouble with that
question. lt seems that it wasn't until
their senior year that it hit them that
grades were important to colleges. As
they begin to find out such minor details
as class rank, SAT scores, and grade point
averages, many seniors begin to worry
which colleges will even consider accept-
ing them, with two years of play behind
them. ln most cases even if first choice is
way out of the picture, they can find
some school that will let them slide in. As
those acceptance letters begin to come in,
you find many relaxed seniors.
1. Carol Smith throws a not very trusting look
at the camera as she waits for the bell to ring.
2. Marsha Springs and Pam Brown practice
child-care as taught to them by Mrs. Campbell.
3. Frasier Ives grins as he realizes that Ned
Rockecharlic's attempts to organize the surprise
party given by the Ambassadors, are not to be
Newly-locked Gates Try to Eliminate Out to Lunchers
If last year at this time, someone had
even suggested that Myers Park would be
locl-:ed up in gates, no one would have
believed it. But anyone who has driven by
Myers Park in the last few months will
notice Qhow could you help itj the large
yellow gates at three of the four en-
trances. These gates were locked every
morning at 8:l5 and not opened again
until after 5th period of about 1:30. The
only entrance of the school that was
opened all day was the office or Colony
On more than one occasion, the gates
were not opened at 1:30, which caused
traffic jams in all of the parking lots. Not
only did this cause students to become
furious, but also brought about many
plans on how to "do away" with the
gates, all of which were rejected. Many
students of Myers Park who drove to
school, left during lunch just to prove
that it was still possible or that they were
just "cool" kids.
1. Kevin Austin and Jan Downs start off the
morning with one of Miss Jean Carmichael's
2. Hap O'Hair watches the competition as he
waits for his next pole vaultjump.
3. Polly Dickson shows her astonishment as the
Ambassador touchdown is not counted because
of an argument about the length of flags.
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1. Marianne Reuss and Martine Schxnit show
their stunned reaction to one of the calls in thc
Keyette-Ambassador football game.
2. Kim Waillct is not aware of her secret ad-
mirer viewing her through a sewing machine.
Donkey Basketball Gives Hilarious
Change From Regular Season Game
The donkey basketball game ended
this year with the faculty victorious over
the students. The plays in the game were
as hilarious as any other year with any-
thing happening from the donkeys taking
a quick trip to the concession stand, to
donkeys who appeared not to be able to
The top faculty player was Mr. Bill
Williams who scored most of the faculty
points. The student player who spent the
most time on the floor was Marianne
Reuss, who could not seem to keep from
falling over the donkeys' head.
Some ofthe donkeys had to be helped
along by their trainer with a quick slap on
the rear which made them race to the
other end of the court, usually leaving the
rider seeing stars at the other end of the
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1. One of the band members appears to have
rabbit ears as a pair of tennis shoes suddenly
appear above his seat on one of their few bus
1. Hank Swanzy and Pat Douthit show their
riding ability in the Key Club sponsored Don-
2. Anne Boone gives her little girl grin as she
paints signs for the upcoming football game.
3. Chip Hunter and Nancy Kimbrell stare at
each other in disbelief as they find out about
the cancelling of their Friday night party.
4. A member of the Myers Park band shows his
true nature as he clowns for the camera.
Juniors Work Hard in Their Attempt to Vlake Jr Sr
The 1976 junior Senior prom was a
beautiful scene this year with HThe Old
Southl' as its theme. The junior and soph-
omore attendants were dressed as south-
ern belles to set the atmosphere of the
civil war period. The swings covered with
flowers, and the back drop for pictures
also set the scene perfectly. The picture
back drop was of the grounds of a large
As in every other year, there was
mixed opinions about the band, who was
"The Magnificent Singers", But as usual,
you can never please everyone in a crowd
of people with so many different tastes of
The junior class sold "Holly Helper"
detergent to raise money for the Junior
Senior prom. The money that was raised
seemed to cover the cost ofrefreshments,
a band, and the luxury of air condition-
1. The band for the 1976 jr.-Sr., dressed in
flashy jumpsuits, was the Magnyficent Singers.
2. Tracy Ferguson and Steve Baxter sit quietly
as they wait for the band to return from a
at the Hellenic Center Come to Life as The Ola' South
1. Melody Armstrong and her date take a break
from dancing to relax on the swing.
2. Phillip Hazelton shows his energy as Cerita
Hinson looks about ready to collapse.
3. Marianne Cranford and David Noe walk in
rhythm to the music of the MagnificentSingers.
4. Tibby Thomas tries to remember what the
next step ofthe dance is at the 1976 Jr.-Sr.
5. Derik Pressly throws a look of wonder as
Allison Briley leads the way to the door.
Musical Shows The Fate of Two Fine Sharp Shooters
1. Annie Oakley, played by Kathy Davison, 3
sings of the dilemma of being a star sharp
shooter in the hir musical "Annie Get Your
2. Frank Butler, played by Bill Verch, doesn't
seem to know what his next move should be as
he realizes he is in love with Annie Oakley.
3. The final song of L'Annie Get Your Gun"
finds many people sad that it is over.
Kathy Davison and Bill Verch were
the leads in Annie Get Your Gun as
sharpshooters who fell in love. Kathy
Davison, who played Annie, was dis-
covered by accident that she was a
great marlcsman. When put up against the
charming champion, Frank Butler, who
was played by Bill Verch, she made him
"lose face" with all who were watching
by beating him in the match. She soon
fell in love with him and used her wom-
an's intuition by letting him beat her in
the next match in front of a large crowd
Mr. Joe Chorba, Mr. Jim Clark, and
Mr. Spencer Mims did a Wonderful job
getting the show together. lt was Mr. joe
Chorbais first high school musical, and he
did an extraordinarily goodjob. The cho-
ral and orchestral parts of the show also
deserve much credit.
There were also behind the scene peo-
ple such as Mr. Bill Williams and Mr.
Vernon Booth who did a wonderfuljob
on sets with the help of enthusiastic stu-
dents. Mrs. Florence Sawyer did well with
costumes for the actors and actresses.
All three nights of the show there was
a full or near-full house. The audience
WHS Very patient when the lines were for-
gotten or the guns would not go off at
the designated times. With all things con-
sidered, Myers Park put on a very good
musical of Annie Get Your Gun.
1. Kathy Davison explains how country folks
"do what comes naturally."
2. Doug Cook and Bill Verch are in disagree-
ment about the fact that Annie will co-star in
the next show.
3. Mark Kearse, Curtis Harwell, and David Huff-
stetler show beautiful harmony in the Moon-
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1. Mary Lou Freeman helps promote spirit at
the upcoming football game by making signs.
2. Leslie Thomas sits quietly in anticipation of 3
the ringing of the bell for class.
3. Paul Lewis excitedly points to one of the
better pieces of art at the art show, trying to
claim it as his own.
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1. Kathy Davison shows off her assistants, not
being really sure what she will use them for.
2. David Hughes prepares his whole body
Qnotice the mouthj for his next throw.
3. Pat Douthit shows her feelings as Lindsey
beats her in another game of tennis.
Awards! Senior Banquetf213
1. Juniors ready the Hellenic Center with the
setting of the old south.
2. John Barry and Paul Lewis Indian wrestle in
one of the side shows offlnnie Get Your Gun.
3. Patsy Cook does not seem to know where to
start in taking notes for her upcoming test.
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basketball for Wingate.
1. Alan Wolfe and Mary Lou McMaster were
chosen as 1976 Morehead Scholars.
2. Lee Whitfield will be attending UNCC next
3. David Hughes received a scholarship to play
Cutstanding Seniors Are Honored by Horner Awards
The Horner Awards were started in
1960 in honor of Dr. Jack Horner, who
served as principal of Myers Park for five
years. These awards are for seniors, se-
lected by their classmates, who have
shown through their years at Myers Park,
outstanding leadership, school spirit,
character, and dependability.
Each year the number of students to
receive these awards varies but the qualifi-
cations remain the same. This year,
twenty-two seniors received Horner
Awards, which were presented at the Se-
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August 22 .... . . . First Day of School
September 14 . . .... Key Club Picnic
October 2843 ....... . . . . . .Show Biz '75
October 7 .................... PTSA
October 14 . . UNCC Presents "Laud Mime Prod."
October 18 ...... Homecoming Game and Dance
November 1 ................... SAT's
October 31wNovember 4 . . . Teacher Work days
November 8 ....... . . . Mustang Hay Day
November 20,21,22 . . .... Gold in the Hills
November 25 .......... Fall Sports Banquet
November 27-28 ...... Thanksgiving Holidays
December 4 . . .Green and White Basketball Game
December 11 . Keyette-Ambassador Football Game
December 12 . . .Sock Hop after the South Game
December 20-january 4
January 19,20,21 ....
January 21 .......
January 22,23 . . .
February 18 .....
February 19,20,21 . .
March 8-12 ......
March 24 . .
April2 . .
April3 . . .
May 1 .....
May 13,14,15 . .
May 27 . . .
May 29 . .
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. Christmas Vacation
. . . .Big Ways Disco
. Teacher Work Days
.Faculty vs. Big Ways
. . . .Dames at Sea
. . . . . Spring Break
. .Donkey Basketball
. .Teacher Work Day
Sadie Hawkins Dance
. . . Easter Vacation
. . . . . Jr.-Sr. Prom
Annie Get Your Gun
. . . .Senior Banquet
. .Teacher Work Day
. . . . .Graduation
Graduating Seniors End Final Year With a Diploma
This year has been a year of endings
for seniors, the final football game, last
high school exam, and the last Junior
Senior prom. We have learned through
our many relationships about the differ-
ent kinds of people, what they think and
how they act. How we use this knowledge
will have a great impact on the rest of our
lt is hard to believe that this year is
over, and more than that, that seniors will
never walk on the MP campus again as
students. But, I am sure that every senior
will hold enough fond memories ofMyers
Park to last a lifetime.
1. Lee Whitfield does not seem to believe that
Suzie Zuerner is telling them the right way to
line up to march.
2. Lutxicia Mayhew is ready and waiting for the
graduation exercise to begin.
3. Mrs. Ann Partin gives last minute instructions
to her senior homeroom.
1.-Ieanne Dayton is presented with the choir
award which was well deserved,
2. Miss Ethel Whitley smiles as she gives gradu-
ates words of encouragement before they
3. Lindsey Linker rehearses her speech for the
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Miss Cheryl Harper
Every man has his dreams and every
man has his goals. One person's goals may
not be right for another. You are at a
point in your life where you must set
your goals. You must decide whether or
not you want to make something of your
life. You must decide what you want of
your life. Make something that is you and
not someone else. You must expand your
present dreams and aspirations to include
your life after high school.
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goals. The ideals you set establish your
identity as you reach for them.
Plan your life
Set your goals
Establish your IDENTITY
'4l've got to be where my spirit can run
God to find my corner of the sky . . . "
Mrs. Ethel Alexander
Chief William Arnold
Mrs. june Atkinson
Mr. Wayne Ayers
Advisor: Key Club, Junior Class
Mrs. Elisabeth Bagby
Miss Evelyn Baker
Mrs. Lynda Baker
Advisor: Latin Club
Mr. Byron Baldwin
Mr. Dean Barber
Advisor: Art Show, Pegasus
Mr. Terry Baucom
Advisor: Art Show, Wrestling Coach
Mrs. Emma Bogle
Mr. Vernon Booth
Miss Annie Bowers
Advisor: International Relations
Mr. john Bryon
Miss Ester Campbell
Mrs. Marian Campbell
Home Economics Occupations
Miss jean Carmichael
Mr. Joseph Chorba
Limelighters, Show Biz
Mr. james Clark
Advisor: Modern Mus
Mr. Ray Clark
Mr. Sinclair Clinton
Mr. William Cloaninger
Mr. Bob Coblc
Mrs. Catherine Cox
Advisor: French Club
Cmdr. Russell Crosby
Mr. Richard Cribbs
Advisor: German Club
Mrs. Marcille Deane
Mrs. Catherine Deaton
Mrs. Kathleen Dotts
Mrs. Patricia Douthit
Mrs. Nancy Elmore
Advisor: Annual Staff
ic Masters, Madri-
Mr. Ernest Feimster
Mrs. Edna Fletcher
Mr. William Flowers
Mrs. Evelyn Floyd
Mr. Charles Fulcher
Miss Barbara Funderburke
Mr. Robert Gardner
Advisor: Math Club, Mu Alpha Theta
Ms. Cheryl Harper
Advisor: Senior Class
Miss Jane Harrison
Mr. james Hartman
Mr. Frank Harton
Industrial Cooperative Training
Miss Mary Hazel Hatchette
Mrs. Gwendolyn Heard
Advisor: FHA-HERO Club
Mrs. Margaret Hunnicutt
Mr. Harry Johnston
Basketball and Football Coach
Mr. Thad Jones
Mr. David Layton
Mr. Gary Long
Mrs. janey Lyerly
Mrs. Mary MacFie
Mrs. Dorothy MacGill
Advisor: Governing Board
Mrs. Shirley Martin
Mrs. Alfardretta Mason
Mr. Spencer Mims
Mr. john Moose
Mrs. Ella Mae Morris
Mrs. Audrey Oakes
Mrs. Ann Partin
Advisor: Spanish Club, Spanish Honor
Mrs. jean Phifer
Mr. Richard Prince
Track and Cross Country Coach
Mr. Frank Police
Mr. Gus Purcell
Miss Barb ara Renfro
Mrs. Betty Rice
Mr. jerry Roberts
Mrs. Yvonne Roberts
Mr. M. B. Rorie
Miss Sara Russell
Miss Helen Saleehy
Mr. Claude Savage
Mrs. Florence Sawyer
Advisor: National Honor So
Mrs. Gladys Scott
Mrs. Terry Scott
Miss Patsy Siflord
Mr. jack Sink
Mr. j.H. Smith
Sgt. Thomas Stamper
Mrs. Evelynn Stanton
Miss Evangeline Stewart
Mrs. Dorothy Stilwell
Advisor: Governing Board
Mrs. Frances Street
Mrs. Virginia Sutherland
Advisor: Forensics Club
Mrs. Bernice Taylor
Mrs. Betty Thomas
Mr. Kent Wallcer
Mrs. Effie Waterman
Miss Ethel Whitley
Mrs. Evelyn Wilder
Mr. William Williams
Advisor: Mu Alpha Theta
Miss LaVerne Wright
Advisor: Red Cross
Mrs. Marian Yates
Treas. 125 Plays 4 Our Town 10, Gold in the 11, 125 Madrigals 11, 125 Choir 10, 11,
Adair, Samuel Douglas Newspaper Staff 115
j.V. Football 10, Varsity 11, 125 -I.V. Basket-
ball 105 Varsity 115 j.V. Baseball 10, Varsity
125 Project ARIES.
Adams, Layne Wallace - Varsity Football 125
Honor Society 11, 125 Spanish NHS 11, 125
MAT-Mu Alpha Theta 11, 125 Key Club 11, 12
- V.P. Monogram 125 jr. Marshal 115 Big
Albright, William Arthur
Alderman, Michael Ray - Band 10, 115 Pep
Band 10, 11.
Allen, Shirley Lee - Y-Teens - Sec.
Allison, Robert Frank
Allton, Karen Denise
Alston, Marlene Denise
Anderson, David Graham
Andronis, Angelo Cris
Atkins, james Murrey Senior Executive Com-
mittee 125 IV. Football 10, Varsity 11, 125
Key Club ii, 12.
Atkinson, William James
Aull, Cynthia Kaye -- Homcroom Sec.-Treas.
11, 125 Limelighters 115 Honor Society 11, 125
French NHS 10, 11, 125 MAT-Mu Alpha Theta
11, 125 Ambassadors 10, 11, 12 H Sec.5 Y-
Teens 10, 11, 125 French Club 105 Photography
10, 11, 125 Ski Club 10, ll, 125 Art 8cPhot0g-
raphy Awards5 jr. Marshal 115 jr. Sr. Commit-
tee 115 Homecoming Committee 11.
Austin, Robert Kevin
Baker, Dedra Deann
Barefoot, Elizabeth Murray A Homeroom
Hills 12, Show Biz 11, 125Limelighters1O,115
Thespians 11, 125 MAT-Mu Alpha Theta 11,125
Ambassadors 11, 12 - Treas.5 German Club 10,
115jr. Sr. Committee 115 Big Sister 12.
Barnett, julie - Keyette 10, 11, 125 Big Sisterg
Show Biz 125 Future Business Leaders of
Barr, Kimberely Carter
Barr, Mary Susan
Barry, Elizabeth Bradford - Modern Music
Masters 10, 11, 125 Choir 10, 11, 125 Show Biz
11, 125 Musicals Camelot, My Fair Lady,
Annie Get Your Gun5Keyettes11, 12.
Baxter, George Steven
Beaver, Reetha LaVonne - Modern Music Mas-
ters 125 Choir 11, 125 Band 10,11, 125 Pep
Band 10, 11, 125 Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Musicals
f Camelot 10, My Fair Lady 11, Annie Get
Your Gun 125 Ladies Ensemble 11, 12.
Beckham, Emma Morris - Band 10, 115 Pep
Band 105 Plays -- Story Theater 11, Dames at
Sea 125 Limelighters 115 Honor Society 11, 125
MAT- Mu Alpha Theta 11, 125 Ambassadors 11,
125 Speech Club 105 Y-Teens 10, 11, 12 -
Pres.5 German Honor Society 10, 115 Show Biz
125 Ski Club 10, 115 Jr. Sr. Committee 115
Homecoming Committee 125 Sock Hop Com-
mittee 125 jr. Marshal 11.
Bennett, jackie - j.V. Basketball 11, 12.
Bibb, Linda Catherine - Modern Music Masters
11, 125 Madrigals 11, 125 Choir 10, 11, 125
Plays - Story Theater 11, Gold in the Hills 125
Musicals - Camelot 10, My Fair Lady 11, An-
nie Get Your Gun 125 Limelighters 11, 125
Thespians 125 Show Biz 11, 12.
Black, Bernardette Jean
Blair, Cynthia jean
Boggs, Elizabeth Longstreet - Y-Teens
French Club 11, 12.
Boland, Mark Daniel
Bowen, Elizabeth Lee
Bowen, Frank Randolph
Bowers, Janie Mae - Student House of Representativesg
Lettergirl 115 CEO-V.P.5 FHA-HERO5 Red Cross
Representative 11, 12.
Boyer, Karen Dawn
Bradshaw, Elizabeth 4 Plays - Story Theater
11, Show Biz Revue 12, Dames at Sea 125
Limelighters 10, 11, 125 Honor Society 11 12
g Treas.5 Ambassadors 11, 125 Y-Teens 10, 11
- Treas., 12 - V.P.5 Spanish 105 FTA 115
Ecology 115 HEROFHA 11, 125 ski Club 10,
11, 125 Big Sister 125 jr. Sr. Committee 115
junior Marshal 115 Sock Hop Committee 125
CEOI Aide Award 115 HERO Council V.P. 115
Betty Crocker Family Leader Award 12.
Brannan, Don Gerald - Modern Music Masters
Plays - Story Theater 115 Musicals - Camelot
10, My Fair Lady 11, Annie Get Your Gun 125
Chamber Ensemble 125 Mens' Ensemble 11.
Brannon, Alice Marie - Cheerleader 10, 115
Girls' Track 105 Student House of Representa-
tives 125 Show Biz 11.
Bridges, William Carroll - Home Room Trea-
surer 115 Interact 125 Ski Club 11, 12.
Brissie, Robert Louis - J.V. Wrestling 11, Var-
sity Wrestling 12.
Brister, Charles Melville - Varsity Wrestling 10,
11, 125 10th 3rd M.P. Invitational Wrestling
Tournament, 4th in Districts 11, 4th M.P. In-
vitational Wrestling Tournament, 3rd Districts
12, 2nd M.P. Invitational Wrestling Tourna-
ment, 3rd East Meck. Invitational Wrestling
Tournament, 2nd Districts, 8th State Wrestling
Tournament, 2nd in State in AAU Wrestling
Tournament, 60 Point Club Wrestlingg German
Club 12 - Pres. Varsity 10, 11, 12 - Captain.
Broadhurst, Deborah - Choir 11, 125 French
Brooks, Richard Forbes - French Club 10.
Broom, Rosemary - Girls, Ensemble 10, 11,
125 FBLA Club 12.
Brown, Eric Anthony - IV. Basketball 11.
Brown, Glenda Ann Bunyagidj, Naraporn -
Foreign Exchange Student 125 Girls' Tennis 125
Ambassadors 125 International Relations 12.
Burch, Rickey Levon 4 IV. Wrestling 10, 115
Varsity Wrestling 12.
Bynum, Miles Alex
Byrd, Daniel Vincent
Byrd, julie Adora - Modern Music Masters 11,
12 - Chapter Treasurer5 Madrigals 11, 125
Choir 10, 11, 125 Musicals - Camelot 10, My
Fair Lady 11, Annie Get Your Gun 125 Key-
ettes 11, 125 French Club 105 Show Biz 115Big
Cadieu, Dorothy -Iarrel - Modern Music Mas-
ters 11, 125 Symphonic Band 11, 125 Marching
Band 11, 125 Pep Band 115 Orchestra 11,125
Drum Majorette 125 Story Theater 115 Musicals
- My Fair Lady 11, Annie Get Your Gun 125
Red Cross Representative 115 Student House of
Representatives 125 Jr. Sr. Committee 115 Band
Caldwell, Mary Elizabeth
Cannon, Alica Ann - Honor Society 11, 125
Latin Clubg Red Cross Club.
Carpenter, Mitchell Ly
Carr, Deborah Gilreath
Carrier, Catherine Ann - Student House of
Representatives 121 Modern Music Masters 11,
123 Madrigals 10, 11, l2Q Choir 10, 11, 123
Plays f Story Theater 113 Show Biz 10, 11, 123
Musicals - Camelot 10, My Fair Lady 11, An-
nie Get Your Gun 122 Limelighters 10, 113
Keyettes 123 Pegasus 123 Art Awards 11, 123
Chamber Ensemble 123 Girls' Ensemble 11.
Carter, joseph - j.V. Football 10, Varsity
Football 11, 123 J.V. Basketball 10, Varsity
Basketball 11, 123 Varsity Track 10, 11, 12.
Cartledge, Cathy Lee
Case, Karen Elizabeth - FBLA Club 12.
Castles, Denise - Yearbook Staff 123 Honor
Society 11, 123 French NHS 11,123Keyettes
10, 113 FHA-HERO 12 - Vice Chairman of
Class3 School Spirit Committee 103 Elections
Cato, john Carson - Modern Music Masters 123
Band 10, 11, 123 Orchestra 12, Tennis 103 Wres-
tling 10, 11, 12 - Team Captain3 Latin Club
10,11, 12 -Pres.
Chappell, Francina Denise f DECA Club.
Chavis, Roy Lee
Cheatham, Lesa Kathryn
Childers, Cynthis Ann - Student House of Rep-
resentatives 103 Homeroom V.P. 12, Home-
room Secretary 10, 113 Cheerleader 121 French
NHS 103 French Club 10, 11, 123 jr. Sr. Com-
Christman, Catherine - Girls' Volleyball 113
Girls' Tennis 123 Girls' Track 113 Ski Club 10,
Clapp,tWallace Galloway - Choir 11, 123Band
10, 11, 123 Pep Band 10,11,123Plays- Show
Biz 11, 123 Gold in the Hills 12, Dames at Sea
123 Musicals - Camelot 10, My Fair Lady 11,
Annie Get Your Gun 12, Drum Major3 Stage
Clark, Fred Andrew 4 Homeroom V.P. 103
Golf 10, 11, 123 Key Club 11, 123 Student
House of Representatives.
Clark, Kenneth Lee f Homeroom President 123
j.V. Football 103 Varsity Football 11, 12:
Track 103 Key Club 10, 11,12.
Cleaver, joseph Christ
Coates, David Bradley
Cobb, james Bradley
Cockrell, Robert Allen
Cohn, Kathryn Elaine f Show Biz 11, 123
Story Theater 11, Bull in a China Shop 11,
Gold in the Hills 12, Dames at Sea fpublicityj
123 Spring Art Show 10, 11,12.
Coleman, Linda Darlene
Collins, Edward Joseph
Comer, David Gene - Band 10, 11, 123 Musical
- Annie Get Your Gun 12Q J.V. Baseball 10.
Cook, Douglas Willard - Choir 12, Band 10,
113 Plays - Our Town 10, Gold in the Hills 12,
Show Biz 12, Dames at Sea 123 Musicals 4
Annie Get Your Gun 12, Limelighters 11, 123
Tennis 103 Soccer 11, 12, Thespians 123 Inter-
act 123 Ski Club 10, 12.
Copeland, Don Conorris - Varsity Football 123
Varsity Basketball 11, 123 Track 11, 122 HERO
Cornelius, Teresa Ann 5 Homeroom Secretary
103 Yearbook Staff 11, 123 Choir 10, 11,122
Musicals - My Fair Lady 11, Annie Get Your
Gun3 Keyette 11, 12 - Vice Pres.3 Big Sister 12,
Girls' Ensemble 11, 123 jr. Sr. Committee 11,
Show Biz 12.
Coulter, Kevin Chad - Homeroom Vice-Pres.
11, 123 Show Biz 123 Interact 123 Ski Club 12,
Big Brother 12.
Cranford, Mary Ann - Student House of Rep-
resentatives 10, 11, Homeroom Pres. 10, Vice-
Pres. 11, Secretary 103 Show Biz 123 Girls'
Volleyball 103 Keyettes 11, 123 Photography
Crigler, David Alexander - Sophomore Execu-
tive Committee 103 jr. Executive Committee
11, Student Council 10, 113j.V. Basketball 10,
Varsity Basketball 11, 12 - Most Improved
Playerg Big Brother 123 Interact 10, 11, 12 -
Davies, Patricia Anne -- DECA 123 French Club
10, Ski Club 10.
Davis, Curtina Yvonne
Davison, Kathryn I-latley - Modern Music Mas-
ters 11, 123 Madrigals 11, 123 Choir 10,11,123
Story Theater 113 Musicals - Camelot 10, My
Fair Lady 11, Annie Get Your Gun 123 German
Club 103 Ecology Club 113 Girls, Ensemble 11,
Dayton, Jeanne Ann - junior Executive Com-
mittee llg Homeroom Treas. 10, 11, 12,
Modern Music Masters 10, 11, 123 Madrials 10,
11, 121 Choir 10, 11, 12 -- Pres.3 Musicals -
Camelot 10, Annie Get Your Gun 123 Honor
Society 11, 12g French NHS 10, 11, 123 MAT-
Mu Alpha Theta 11, 123 Keyettes ll, French
Club 103 Show Biz 10, 11, 123 junior Marshal
113 Big Sister 12.
Dearien, Jodie Loraine - FBLA - Treas. 123
Student House of Representatives 11.
Deaton, Mary Kim
DeKraft, Michelle Anne
Delviscio, Thomas - Class Executive Commit-
tee 12g Cross Country 11, Honor Society 123
NJROTC: Drill Team 10, 113 Rifle Team 123
Color Guard 11.
Demopoulas, Bessie - Spanish 11, 12 - Presi-
dent 12g Y-Teens 11, 12g Student House of
Representatives 10, 11Q School Spirit 11.
DeWese, Raymond C. - French Club 113 Ski
Club 10, 11 - Vice Pres., 12 - Pres.3 Student
House of Representatives 12.
DeVita, Donna Lynn -- Homeroom Secretary
113'Keyettes 11, 12 - Pres.3 FHA 113 Ski Club
123 Show Biz 123 Student House of Representa-
tives 113 Big Sister 12.
Diggle, Dena Alice
Doffin, Rebecca - DECA113CEO 12.
Doggett, Horace Belton -- Honor Society l2Q
Red Cross 10.
Dolney, Madeline Beth
Donaldson, Valinda C. - FHA-HERO.
Dow, Henry O.
Downey, William Kinsel - Cross Country 10,
11, 123 Track 10, 11, 123 Tennis 123 Interact
11, 12g Photography 12.
Dubose, Joyce Ann
Duncan, james Mooney - DECA 113 Great
Dunlap, Emily R. - Modern Music Masters 11,
12 -- Secretary, Historiang Band 10, 11, 12 -
Senior Representativeg Pep Band 10, 11, 123
Orchestra 103 Camelot 103 Honor Society 11,
123 MAT-Mu Alpha Theta 11, 123 Ambassadors
11, 123 German Club 11, 12 - Secretary3 Ger-
man NHS 10, 11, 123113. Marshal 113 Big Sister
Dunn, Larry Bernard
Edge, Gracie Beatrice
Edge, Gregory Bryan
Edwards, Brenda jean
Elam, Stephen Kenneth - Homeroom Vice-
Pres. 10, 11, 123 Yearbook Staff 11, 12 -
Co-Editor3 Story Book Theater 113 Musicals -
My Fair Lady 11, Annie Get Your Gun 123
Student Council Representative 10, 11, 123
Show Biz 123 Ski Club 11, 123 Jr. Sr. Commit-
tee Chairman 113 Annual Representative 10,
Eller, Mary Margaret - Class Executive Com-
mittee 123 Limelighters 103 International Rela-
tions 103 Pegasus 113 Y-Teens 103 French 10.
Ellwanger, Kimberly - Homeroom Secretary
10, Choir 123 Show Biz 12, Gold in the Hills
123 Musical - Annie Get Your Gun 123 Lime-
lighters 113 Lettergirl 123 Ambassadors 123
DECA 11, 123 German Club 11, 123 Red Cross
123 Y-Teens 11g French Club 103 jr. Sr. Com-
Epermanis, Peter Bernard - Tennis 10, 11, 123
j.V. Baseball 10, 113 Areo Space Club.
Ervin, Brenda A. - DECA 12g FBLA 123Junior
Ervin, Sophia A.
Estridge, Pamela Virginia - Keyettes 123 Span-
ish Club 11,12.
Evans, Andrews Ellis - Choir 123 Band 103
Tennis 113 Red Cross 103 Ombudsman 11.
Facciolo, David Joseph - Varsity Wrestling 10,
11, 123 Honor Society 10, 11, 123 Spanish Club
103 Weight Lifting Team 10, 11.
Fadel, Shaheen james - Band 10, 11, 123 Pep
Band 11, Orchestra 12.
Faulkner, Geoffrey Ham f Orchestra 12.
Felts, Robert Scott
Ferguson, Teresa Sue
Ferris, Frances Ann - Girls' Volleyball 11.
Fetner, Robert Stephen - j.V. Football 10,
Varsity 11, 12, j.V. Baseball 103 Golf 11, 123
Key Club 11, 123 Monogram 11,12.
Fisher, Charles Scott - Senior Executive Com-
mittee 12 f Chairmang Modern Music Masters
11, 12, Choir 113 Band 103 Orchestra 10, 11,
123 Story Theater3 Musicals - Camelot 10, My
Fair Lady 113 Rock and Soul Concert 103 jr.
Sr. Committee 113Male Ensemble 11.
Fisher, Mark Christian
Fletcher, Charlotte Ann - Modern Music Mas-
ters 11,123Madrigals 10, 11,123Choir10, 11,
123 Musicals - Camelot 10, My Fair Lady 113
Speech Club 103 French Club 123 Red Cross 123
Show Biz 11.
Flockton, Carol Anne A Student House of Rep-
resentatives3 Homeroom Secretary 11, Trea-
surer 103 French Club 10, 11 - Secretary, 123
jr. Sr. Committee 11.
Ford, Deborah Jean - Modern Music Masters
11, 123 Choir 10, 11, 123 Girls' Ensemble 11,
123 Musicals - Camelot 10, My Fair Lady 11,
Annie Get Your Gun 123 Honor Society 112
French NHS 11, 123 MAT-Mu Alpha Theta 11,
12, French Club 113 Student House of Repre-
sentatives 11, 12.
Forman, Arthur Francis
Foster, Jan Rose
Freeman, Bryan Scott
Fritz, Suzanne Johanna - Choir 113 German
Fry, Carol jean f Modern Music Masters 123
Orchestra 10, 11, 12 - Concert-mistress and
All-State Orchestrag Story Theater 103 Musicals
- Camelot 10, My Fair Lady 11, Annie Get
. ..,,. H ,,
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Your Gun 123 Lettergirl 123 Honor Society 11,
123 junior Marshal 113 French NHS 10, 11, 123
MAT-Mu Alpha Theta 11, 123 Sewanee Award
11, Most Valuable student of Myers Park and
Char. Meck. Award 123 Charlotte News All-Star
Scholarg Red Cross 10, 11, 12 - Pres.3 French
10, 11, 12 - V.P.3 Chess Club 10 - Sec. 11 A
Sec.3 junior Achievement 10 f Pres., 11 f
Pres.3 Teacher's Aid 103 Big Sister 123 Jr. Sr.
Fuller, james Casper
Gaffney, Martin Brian
Gaffney, William Greg - Homeroom Vice Pres.
103 Band 10.
Ganzert, Lucy james - Homeroom Pres. 103
Show Biz 123 Girls' Swimming 113 Girls' Track
11, 123 Honor Society 123 Ambassadors 123
Garner, Karen Ann - Homeroom Pres. 10, Vice
Pres. 123 FHA-HERO 12.
Gill, Jo Ann - Girls' Trackg FHA-HERO Club.
Gilliard, Kenneth L. - DECA3 Graphics.
Glover, William Burnet W j'.V. Football 10, 11,
Varsity Football 123 Track 103 Tennis 113 Key
Club 11, 12.
Godbey, Nelson Correll - Student House of
Representatives 103 Band 10, 11, 12 - 1st
Lieutenant3 Pep Band 10, 11, 123 N-IROTC 10,
11, 12 - Company Commander.
Gordon, jack Williams
Graham, Bennizer - j.V. Football 103 j.V. Bas-
ketball 103 LV. Baseball 10.
Graham, julia Angeline
Grant, Nancy Pauline - Choir 123 Band 10, 11,
123 Pep Band 10, 113 Musical - Annie Get
Your Gun 123 Lettergirl 123 Honor Society 11,
12 - V.P.3 French NHS 11, 122 MAT-Mu Alpha
Theta 11, 123 Ambassadors 11, 12.
Grate, Danita 4 Cheerleader3 Student House of
Grote, Jane Ann - Homeroom Vice Pres. 113
Band 10, 113 Show Biz 12, Lettergirl 123 Honor
Society 11, 123 French NHS 103 Keyette '11, 12
- Sgt. of Armsg French Club 103 Big Sister 123
Marching Band 10, 11, 12.
Guerriero, Lisa Annette - Orchestra 103 Honor
Society 11, 123 Keyette 123 Spanish Club 12.
Guion, Alexander Hoke
Guion, Katherine Cotesworth
Gunn, Ricky Cavonda
Haddock, Paul Fairclough, III - Interact 10,
11, 123 Photography 11, 123 Pegasus 11.
Haines, Melanie Kay -- Modern Music Masters
10, 11, 123 Choir 10, 11, 12 - Librarian3 Or-
chestra 10, 11, 123 Musicals - Camelot 10, My
Fair Lady 11, Annie Get Your Gun 123 Spanish
NHS 11, 123 Girls' Ensemble 11, 123 Show Biz
Hallman, Raymond Lee - Modern Music Mas-
ters 10, 11, 12g Band 103 Pep Band 103 Orches-
tra 10, 11, 123 Musicals - Camelot 10, My Fair
Lady 11, Annie Get Your Gun 12.
Hamby, joe Allen - Honor Society 11, 123
Spanish NHS 113 Spanish Club 10.
Hamrick, Lucinda Ann - Homeroom Treasurer
11 84 123 FBLA 12 - Secretary.
Hargro, Andrew Eric
Harris, Greg Guthrie - Ski Club 12.
Harris, Toni Renee - Spanish 103 FBLA 12.
Harrison, Carl L.
Harrison, Phyllis -- Choir 103 Y-Teens 103 Red
Cross 103 Student House of Representatives 10.
Harsey, Freeman Larson
Harwell, Curtis Talley - Modern Music Masters
11, 123 Madrigals 11, 123 Choir 11, 123 Plays -
Story Theatre 1.0, Bull In A China Shop 11,
Gold in the Hills 12, Dames At Sea 12, Show
Biz 11., 123 Musicals - My Fair Lady 11, Annie
Get Your Gun 12, Limelighters 11, 123Thespi-
ans 11, 123 Interact 11,12.
Hashagen, Mary Clair - Our Town 113 Lime-
Hasian, Marouf Arif
Hazelton, Phillip Ross
Hedger, Karen Lynn
Hemphill, Gail Denise
Hemphill, Geraldine -- DECA Club.
Hensley, Karen Leigh - Yearbook Staff 12,
Ambassadors 10, 11 - Sgt. of Arms, 123 Pho-
tography 113 Y-Teens 10, 113 Elections Com-
mittee 113 School Spirit 103Homecoming Com-
mittee 113 Student House of Representatives
103 SNAF 11, 12.
Hill, Brian John
I-Iinson, Cereta Gale
Hockett, Lonzie Lee
Holder, Wayne Neil
Holsey, Curtis - Homeroom Secretary 10,
Treasurer 103 Choir 103 VICA 10, 11, 123Pho-
tography Club 11, 12.
Horton, Barbara Kingsley 4 Girls' Track 113
Ambassadors 11, 123 Y-Teens 10, 11, French
Club '113 Show Biz 12.
Houston, Lisa Jane 4 Student House of Repre-
sentatives 113 Girls' Volleyball 11, 123 Spanish
11, FHA-HERO 12.
Howard, Ronnie 4 Swimming 103 Track 103
Y-Teens 10, 113 Red Cross 10.
Howell, Cynthia Leigh 4 FBLA 12.
Howell, Karen Elizabeth 4 Student House of
Representatives 123 Homeroom Pres. 123 Choir
10, 11, 123 Musicals 4 My Fair Lady 11, Annie
Get Your Gun 12g Latin Club 114 Sec., 1231st
place "Ability Counts Contest."
Hubbard, Robert Marsh
Huffman, Darwin Lee 4 Plays 4 Gold in the
Hills 12, Dames at Sea 123 Musical 4 Annie Get
Your Gun 123 Limelighters 123 Ski Club 10, 11,
123 Art Awards 11, 123 1st place in "Hire the
Handicapped, An American Asset" poster con-
Huffman, Deborah Kay 4 Choir 123 Ski Club
Hughes, David Wayne 4 Varsity Football 103
J.V. Basketball 10, Varsity Basketball 11, 123
Varsity Baseball 10, 113 Golf 11J Fellowship of
Christian Athletes 10, 11, 12.
Humphries, Sarah Ann 4 Modern Music Masters
11, 123 Choir 12J Orchestra 10, 11, 123 Musicals
4 Camelot 10, My Fair Lady 11, Annie Get
Your Gun 123 Student House of Representa-
tives 123 Jr. Sr. Committee 112 Big Sister 123
All-State Orchestra 113 Youth Symphony 12.
Hunter, Barbara Sue
Hunter, Charles Richard, III 4 J.V. Basketball
10, Varsity Basketball 11, 123 Cross Country
11, 123 Golf 10,11, 122 Key Club 10, 11, 12 -
Huntley, Sheryl Renee
Hutchinson, Gerald A. 4 Student House of
Representatives 113 Newspaper Staff 123 Musi-
cals 4 Camelot 10, My Fair Lady 11, Annie Get
Your Gun 12Q Soccer 11, 12 4 Capt., Interact
11, 12 4 Sec.3 Great Concepts 123 Photography
12, Monogram 11, 12.
Icronis, Bessie Spiro
Jackson, Brenda Gail 4 Choir 11, 123 Girls'
Ensemble 11, 123 Musicals 4 My Fair Lady 11,
Annie Get Your Gun 123 FBLA 12.
Jamison, Kelly Sherwood
Jarrell, John Chadwick
Jenison, George Edward 4 Band 10, 11, 12.
Jenkins, Eve Carol 4 Show Biz 123 Girls' Vol-
leyball 10, Ambassadors 11, 12 4 Vice-Pres.3
Speech Club 103 Y-Teens 10, 11, French Club
11, Law Club 103 Ecology 10, 11 4 Pres.3
School Spirit 123 Homecoming Committee 11.
Jenkins, Harry Preston 4 Junior Executive
Committeeg Honor Society 11, 12, French NHS
11, 123 Great Concepts 123 French Club 113
Photography 11, 12.
Jenkins, Michael Keith 4 Show Biz 123 J.V.
Jennings, Patrick Glenn
Jennings, Sorbrina R.
Jernigan, Kelly 4 Homeroom President 10,
Vice Pres. 11, Limelighters 103 DECA 123 FTA
11, French Club 10, 11,12.
Johnson, Eric Starr 4 Band, Pep Bandg Speech
Johnson, Jane Morgan 4 Plays 4 Our Town 10,
Show Biz 10, 11, 12, Bull In a China Shop 11,
Story Theatre 11, Gold In the Hills 12, Dames
At Sea 123 Musicals 4 My Fair Lady -- Publici-
ty 11, Annie Get Your Gun 123 Limelighters
10, 11 4 V.P., 123 Thespians 11, 12 4 Pres.3
FHA 4 Hero Club 123 One Act Competition
Johnson, Mary Lynn
Johnson, Pam Gwen 4 Newspaper Staff 12.
Johnson, Peggy Gay 4 Honor Society 11, 12g
spanish NHS 11.
Johnson, Ronald Anthony 4 J.V. Football 103
Track, Soccer, French Club.
Johnston, Mark W. 4 Band 10, Pep Band 103
Marching Band 103 Junior Achievement 10, 11,
12 4 Officer.
Jolley, Sara Catherine 4 Plays 4 Our Town 10,
Story Theater 113 Show Biz 123 Limelighters
103 Thespians 11, 12 4 V.P.3 Ambassadors 10,
11 4 Sec., 12 4 Pres.3 German Club 10, 11,
Y-Teens 103 Hall of Fame Committee 11, 123
Big Sister 123 Sophomore Attendant 10.
Jones, Allan Duane
Jones, Frederick, Jr.
Jones, Mark Alan
Jordan, Melisa 4 Homeroom Secretary 123
Yearbook Staff 123 Keyettes 11, 12 4 Treas.3
VICA 113 DECA 12 4 Student of Yearg Jr. Sr.
Committee 113 Represented Myers Park on
Belk Teen Board3 Big Sister 12.
Joyce, Jennifer C.
Juneau, David A. 4 Choir 123 Plays 4 Gold in
the Hills 12, Show Biz 123 Musical 4 Annie Get
Your Gun 123 Limelighters 113 Iveys Book
Award in Art.
Juneau, Elaine F. 4 FBLA.
Kay, Leslie Strong 4 Girls' Basketball 103 Girls'
Track 10, 11, 123 Ski Club 11.
Kearse, Henry Montjoy 4" Student House of
Representatives3 Homeroom Pres. 11, 123 Choir
123 Musical 4 Annie Get Your Gun, Tennis 123,
Interact 11, 123 Big Brother 12.
Kellam, Carl Alan
Kesel, Renee Elizabeth 4 Choir 10, 11, 123
Musicals 4 My Fair Ladyg Girls' Track 10, 113
German Club 11.
Killough, Sherrie Leigh
Kimbrell, Nancy Brown 4 Lettergirl 123 Honor
Society 123 Keyettes 10, 11, 123 Y-Teens 113
Big Sister 12.
Kincaid, Jean Elaine -- Girls' Volleyball 11,
Tennis 12, Track 11, 123 Honor Society 11,12.
Kincaid, Susan Elizabeth 4 Girls' Track 11, 123
Indoor Track Team 123 Ski Club 11.
King, Deborah Ann
King, Rebecca Crute
Kolodner, Richard Doug 4 J.V. Wrestling'10,
Varsity Wrestling 11, 123 Soccer 10, 11, 123
Key Club 10,11, 123 German Club 12 4 Vice
Krause, Sheri Lynn
Kreshon, Martin John 4 Homeroom Pres. 10,
11, 123 J.V. Football 10, Varsity Football 11,
123 J.V. Baseball 103 Golf 11, 123 Key Club 11,
123 Monogram Club 11, 123 Mustang Medic 113
Football Awards 4 First Team All-County Ob-
server and Newsg Best Blocker on Team Award.
Lamberth, Daniel Bryan 4 Student House of
Representatives 10, 113 Ski Club 12.
Lane, William Sidney
Lathrop, Claudia Ann
Law, Belinda Jayne 4 Class Historian.
Q 1' Wag." i.
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Lawerence, Eric Charles
LeBlane, Lisa Ann
Ledford, Daphne Lynn 4 Cheerleader 113 Girls'
Volleyball 10, Track 10, Ambassadors 123
Y-Teens 103 Ski Club 10.
Legette, Maxie K.
Lewis, Asenthia Marcia
Lewis, Charles Edward
Lewis, Stephen Glenn -- DECA 123 Ski Club
Lighthall, Dennis Duncan 4 Ski Club 10, 11,
Linder, Katherine Dawn
Lingle, Terry Evon
Linker, Lindsey Jane 4 Student House of Rep-
resentatives 10, 11, 123 Sophomore, junior, and
Senior Executive Committees3 Homeroom Pres.
10, 11, 123 Annual Representative 10, 11, 123
GAA 103 Tennis 10, 11, 123 Honor Society 11,
123 French NHS 10, 11, 123 Ambassadors 11,
123 Sophomore Attendant 103 Jr. Marshal 11,
M.P. Representative to Civitan Youth Leader-
ship Conference 11.
Little, Grayson Mark 4 Homeroom Pres. 123
Modern Music Masters 11, 123 Madrigals 113
Choir 10, 11, 123 Plays -- Story Book Theater
11, Show Biz 11, 123 Varsity Track 10, German
Club 113 jr. Sr. Committee 11.
Livingston, Marcia Kay
Lobell, Rudolph 4 Soccer 123 Spanish Club 12.
Lucas, Paul Francis
Lyons, Charles Tracy 4 J.V. Football3 Varsity
Football 113 Track 11, 123 Key Club 11, 12.
MacFetrich, Robert S. 4 Homeroom Vice Pres.
10, 11, 12, Yearbook Staff 123 German Club
10, 113 Photography 12.
Mackey, Helen Dorene -- Executive Committee
10, 113 Modern Music Masters 123 Choir 11, 123
Girls' Ensemble 10, 11, 123 Show Biz 123 Musi-
cals 4 My Fair Lady 11: Annie Get Your Gun
123 Red Cross 10, 113Governing Board 12.
Martin, Phyllis Yvette
Massi, joe Vincent
Mauney, Candice jane
Maxey, Robert Clint
Mayfield, Laura Melissa 4 Choir 10, 11, 123
Musicals 4 My Fair Lady 113 Annie Get Your
Gun 12, FHA-Hero Club.
Mayhew, Lutricia B.
McCann, William Stevens
McCollie, Phyllis Yvet
McCoy, Melanie Laraine 4 Modern Music Mas-
ters 10, 11, 123 Madrigals 10, 113Choir 10, 11,
12, Plays -- Gold in the Hills 12, Show Biz 10,
11, 12, Our Town 10, Story Theater 113 Musi-
cals 4 Camelot 10, My Fair Lady 11, Annie Get
Your Gun 123 Limelighters 10, 11, 12, Latin
10, 11, 12 4 Treas.3 Rock and Soul Concerts
10, 113 Student Council 10, 113 Interclub
Council 103 Sr. Class Committee 12, Chamber
Singers 123 Girls' Ensemble 10, 11, 123 PTA
Representative 10, 113 jr. Sr. Committee Chair-
McDonald, William Douglas 4 Modern Music
Masters 11, 123 Madrigals 11, 123 Choir 10, 11,
123 Plays 4 Gold In the Hills 123 Show Biz 11,
123 Musicals 4 Camelot 10, Annie Get Your
Gun 123 Limelighters 123 Chamber Ensemble
12g Menls Ensemble 11, 12.
McDowell, Steven Edward
McDowell, Ulysses jr.
McGettigan, Lee Ann 4 Yearbook Staff 123
Our Towng Track 113jr. Sr. Committee 11.
McGrath, Lee Ducher
McLean, Catherine Evan 4 Track 110i Ambas-
sadors 11, 12 4 Sgt. of Arms3 Y-Teens 113
Photography 113 Show Biz 123 Dance Commit-
tee 103 Ski Club 10.
McMaster, Mary Louise 4 Governing Board 12
4 Chairmang Homeroom Treas. 10, 11, 122 Stu-
dent House of Representatives 11, Modern
Music Masters 11, 123 Choir 11, 123 Madrigals
11, 12, Girls' Ensemble 11, 123 Musical 4 My
Fair Lady 113 Honor Society 11, 123 National
Forensics League 11, 123 French NHS 11, 123
MAT-Mu Alpha Theta 11, 123 Speech Club 11,
123 HAC 12 4 Pres.3 Y-Teens 103 International
Relations 12 4 Pres.3 Show Biz 11, 123 Debate
Team 123 jr. Marshal 113 Class Historian 12,
AFS Exchange Student to Australia 113 DAR
Citizenship Award 113 All-Star Scholar 123 Na-
tional Merit Scholar3 Morehead Scholar3 A. B.
Duke Finalistg Whois Who Among American
High School Studentsg NCTE.
McNeil, Francis Gordon 4 Homeroom Pres. 10,
11, 123 -I.V. Basketball 103 Golf 10, 11, 123
Key Club 10, 11, 123 Great Concepts 10.
McNutt, Brian Andrew -- Newspaper Staff 12.
Meacham, Catherine Ann
Meade, Tamera Jane 4 DECA 103 FHA-HERO
Medlin, Laura Ann 4 Modern Music Masters 10,
11, 12 4 Pres.3 Band 10, 11, 12 4 Captain3
Stage, Marching, and All-State Band 10, 11, 123
Honor Bandg Youth Symphony3 Pep Band 10,
11, 123 Orchestra 10, 11, 123 Musicals 4 Came-
lot 10, My Fair Lady 11, Annie Get Your Gun
123 Show Biz 123 Honor Society 123 Spanish
NHS 11,123 Keyettes 10, 11,12.
Milhollin, Charles A.
Miller, Edward Van 4 jr. Executive Committee
113 Track 103 Wrestling 10.
Miller, Robert 4 Varsity Football 123 Track 12.
Mills, Robert Allen 4 Swimming 103 Key Club
Misher, Pearlie Mae
Mitchell, David Tilden Arthur 4 Sr. Executive
Committee 123 j'.V. Football 10, Varsity Foot-
ball 11, 123 j.V. Baseball 10, Varsity Baseball
11, 123 Key Club 11, 123 Red Cross 10.
Mitchener, Calvin C.
Montfort, Joel Paul
Moose, Deborah Kay 4 Band 10, 11, 123 Pep
Band 11, 123 Show Biz 123 Thespians 123 Y-
Teens 11, 12, French Club 10, 113 Marching
Band 12Q HERO-FHA Club 12.
Morin, Marie Ann 4 Student House of Repre-
sentatives 123 Spanish Club 103 FBLA 12.
Morrow, Sarah Louise 4 Student House of Rep-
resentatives3 Band 10, 11, 123 Pep Band 10, 11,
123 Cheerleader 123 VICA 12, DECA 11, 123
Morse, Catherine Lee 4 Plays ---- Our Town 10,
Story Theater 11, Gold in the Hills 12, Show
Biz 10, 11, 123 Choir 11, 123 Thespians 12,
Keyettes 10, 11 4 Sec., 123 Homecoming Com-
mittee 11, 123 Big Sister 123 Jr. Sr. Committee
113 Carrousel Princess.
Murdock, jeffrey Lane 4 Band 10, 11, J.V.
Football 103 j.V. Wrestling 103 National Foren-
sic League 103 Speech Club 103 FBLA 12 4
Murray, Kevin Lawrence 4 Ski Club 10, 11, 12.
Nelson, Robert Greg
Nock, Patricia Marie 4 Student House of Rep-
resentatives 123 Health Club Sec. 12.
Norman, Richard Hudson 4 Choir 12, Plays 4
Gold in the Hills 123 Dames At Sea 12, Show
Biz 123 Musical 4 Annie Get Your Gun 12,
Limelighters 123 Thespians 12, Homecoming
Committee 123 Homecoming Parade Committee
103 Ski Club 123 Dames At Seag One Act Com-
O'Donoughue, Suzanne 4 Tennis 11, 12.
Odum, Patricia Ann
O'Hair, Richard Hicks - Track 10, 11, 125
Soccer 125 Latin Club 11, 125 Great Concepts
125 3rd Queen City Relays 11, 1st Metrolina
Relays 11, 4th Sectional 11, 3rd Regional 11,
3rd Southeastern Invitational 12, 1st NAIN Na-
tional 12, 2nd News-Piedmont Relays 12, 7th
in State 11.
Olive, Laura L. W Homeroom Vice Pres. 115
Volleyball 10, Tennis 105 Student Council 10.
Otto, Ray Edward, Jr. - Honor Society 11, 125
French NHS 105 MAT-Mu Alpha Theta 11, 125
French Club 105 Red Cross 105 Jr. Marshal 11.
Owens, Charles Duncan f Latin Club 125 FBLA
Owcns, John Duncan - Latin Club 125 FBLA
Page, Marisa Jean - Plays - Story Theater 11,
Show Biz 125 Musical My Fair Lady 115 GAA
105 French NHS 10, 11, 125 Keyettes 11, 125
French Club 10, 11, 12 - Pres.5 Ski Club 11.
Paris, William Stephen
Parker, Richard Meade - Homeroom Treas. 105
Great Concepts 12.
Pearce, Frances Smith - Keyettes 11 , 12 - Sgt.
of Armsg Spanish Club 115 Photography 125
Red Cross 10, 115 Ski Club 10, 12.
Pell, Gary Wesley - Chess Team 12.
Perry, Chadwick Keith - J.V. Football 10, Var-
sity Football 11, 125 Track5 Key Clubg Vicag
Monogram Clubg Player of Week 4 Football,
All County Football.
Perry, Toni Cheryl
Phelan, Miriam Louise -- Modern Music Masters
125 Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Musicals -- My Fair
Lady 11, Annie Get Your Gun 125 Honor Soci-
ety 11, 125 French Club 10 - Vice Pres.5 Stu-
dent House of Representatives.
Pickering, Rhonda Lee 4 Homeroom Sec. 10,
11, 125 Choir 105 FHA-Hero Club Recording
Secretaryg Annual Representative 10, 11, 12.
Pierce, Samuel McLaurin - Tennis 125 Interact
11, 125 Show Biz 125 Big Brother 12.
Polites, Alex John
Polk, Laurie Saranona f Choir 11, 125 Dames
At Sea 125 Musicals - My Fair Lady 11, Annie
Get Your Gun 125 Keyettes 11, 125 Y-Teens 105
Girls' Ensemble 11, 125 Ski Club 11, 125 Show
Biz 125 Thespians 125 Big Sister 12.
Poole, Judy Vonzeal - Band 10, 11, 125 Pep
Band 10,11, 125 Y-Teens 10.
Porter, Larry Eugene
Poulos, George Spiros
Primm, John Thomas W Homeroom Pres. 125
Golf 10, 11, 125 Key Club 11, 125 Latin Club
Rader, Mark Todd - J.V. Football 10, Varsity
11, 125 Latin Club 10, 11.
Radovanic, Joseph David
Randall, Deborah Leigh - Show Biz 125 Am-
bassadors 11, 125 Ski Club 10, 11, 12, Secre-
tary5 Spanish Club 105 Photography 11, 125
Ratliff, Phyllis Ann A Student Council 125 Let-
tergirl 125 FBLA 12.
Rea, Ann Harris - Girls' Volleyball 11, 125
Honor Society 11, 125 French NHS 11, 125
MAT-Mu Alpha Theta 125 French 10, 115 Jr.
Rea, Katherine Bond - GAA5 Girls' Volleyball
11, 125 Tennis 125 Track 10, 11, 125 German
Club 10, 115 Golf 11, 125 Bowling 105 German
Honor Society 11.
Renckens, Timothy T.
Reuss, Marianne Elizabeth - Homeroom Pres.
10, 115 Show Biz 125 Lettergirl 115 Keyettes
11, 125 Big Sister 125 Ski Club 12.
Reynolds, Dawn Elise
Rice, Cindee Ann
Rice, Iva Veronica - Student House of Repre-
Rice, Jan Wesley -- Homeroom Pres. 115 Cheer-
leader'125 Spanish Club 11, 125 DECA 125
Student House of Representatives 125 Jr. Sr.
Richmond, Rodney Eric
Richmond, Sybil Denise
Rinnex, Cynthia Maye
Roberts, Kenneth Stuart 4 Sophomore Execu-
tive Committee 10 - Chairman5 Newspaper
Staff 11, 12 - Editor5 Interact 11, 125 Home-
room Ring Representative 1.15 PTSA Student
Representative 12, Big Brother 125 Swim Team
105 Governing Board 11, 12 - Treas.5 Academic
Affairs Committee 11, 125 Student Rights 8:
Responsibilities Workshop 11.
Roberts, William Kenneth
Robinson, Sandra Jean - Modern Music Mas-
ters 11, 125 Choir 10, 11, 125 Girls' Ensemble5
Chamber Ensemble 125 Musicals 3 Camelot 10,
My Fair Lady 11, Annie Get Your Gun 125
Limelighters 105 Keyettes 125 Latin Club 10,
11, 125 Girls' State5 Big Sister 125 Student
Council 11, 12 - Sec.
Robinson, Scottie D.
Rockecharlie, Edward Joseph -- Musicals - My
Fair Lady 11, Annie Get Your Gun 125 J.V.
Basketball 115 Honor Society 125 Interact 11,
12 -- Pres.5 Jr. Marshal 115 Big Brother 125 Class
Ross, Lori Jean - DECA 11.
Sadler, Daniel Webb
Salmen, Tara Elizabeth - Girls' Track 115 An-
nual Representative 11.
Sanders, Deborah Ann
Sauerwein, James Timothy -- Band 10, 11, 125
Pep Band 10, 115 Student Council 11.
Saunders, Lucy Karen - Girls' Track 12.
Scheer, David Scott - Homeroom Treas. 105
Schmidt, Donna Ellen - Homeroom Treas. 125
NEWSPAPER Staff 12, Track Manager 11.
Schmidt, Melinda Susan - Junior Achievement
Schmidt, Tina Elaine -- Sophomore Executive
Committee 105 Show Biz 125 Keyettes 125 Pho-
tography 125 Ski Club 11,
Schumacher, Robert Lawrence
Seaman, Laura Marie
Seay, William Powell- Student Council 10, 115
J.V. Football 10, Varsity 115 J.V. Wrestling 105
J.V. Basketball 105J.V. Baseball 10, 11, Varsity
125 Key Club 10, 11, 125 Auto Mechanics Club.
Sellers, Barbara Gail g DECA 125 Red Cross 10.
Selzer, Margaret Ruth - Homeroom Sec. 11,
125 Treas. 105 Plays - Gold In The Hills 125
Dames at Sea 125 Show Biz 125 Musicals -
Camelot 10, My Fair Lady 11, Annie Get Your
Gun 125 Thespians 125 Ecology 10, 115 Cham-
ber Ensemble 125 Girls' Ensemble 11.
Shanklin, Leon Trover A Band 10, 11, 125 J.V.
Football 105 Track 115 Key Club 105 French
Shaw, Lydia Carol f Honor Society 11, 125
French 10, 11, 12.
Shelley, Robert Bryan - Varsity Football 125
Interact 11, 12 4 Treasurer.
Shelor, William Randall - Rock and Soul Con-
cert 115Student Council 10, 11.
Shepard, Cathy Elaine
Shockley, Pamela Diane - Yearbook Staff 125
Choir 125 Musical f Annie Get Your Gun 125
Keyettes 125 French Club 10, 115 Girls' En-
semble 125 jr. Sr. Committee.
Shoemaker, James Lawrence - Varsity Foot-
ball 125 Track 12.
Sietman, Susan Eleanor
Simmons, james Kenton
Simmons, Teresa - junior 81 Sophomore Exec-
Simons, Dwight Lee
Simpson, Cynthia Adams
Simpson, Wilhelmena Ann - FBLA 125 FHA-
Pres. 125 Track 105 Golf 10, 11, 125 Interact 10,
Sink, Brenda Louise - Homeroom Treas. 10,
11, 125 Yearbook Staff 11, 125 Show Biz 125
Lettergirl 12 - Head5 Honor Society 11, 125
Ambassadors 11, 125 Y-Teens 115 Monogram
Club 10, 115 Homecoming Committee 115
School Spirit Committee 10, 115 Big Sister 125
jr. Marshal 115 jr. Sr. Committee 115 Band
Officer 125 SNAF 11, 12.
Sito, Carolyn - French Club 105 Art Merit Award
Skrzyski, Michael David
Slade, Anita Michelle
Sloan, Marcus B.
Smith, Angela Denise - Deca 125 FBLA 12.
Smith, Curtis Todd - Homeroom Pres. 10, Vice
11, 12 f Co-Captain5 Honor Society 11, 125
French Club 115 Ski Club 10.
Smith, David Wayne
Smith, Michael Eugene
Smitherman, james A.
Snapp, David Stanford - Choir 11, 125 Musicals
- Camelot 10, My Fair Lady 11, Annie Get
Your Gun 125 N. C. 4 "Ability Countsn Con-
test, 1st place winner 12.
Sopher, jackie Annette
Sparks, Kenneth Kyle - Homeroom Sec. 115
Modern Music Masters 11, 125 Madrigals 11, 125
Choir 11, 125 Musicals - My Fair Lady 11,
Annie Get Your Gun 125 Pegasus 115 Show Biz
11, 125 Mustang Hay Day Entertainment 12.
Sparrow, Alan Bruce
Spencer, Wanda Elaine
Springs, Marshal Nell - jr. Executive Commit-
tee5 Deca 11.
Stafford, Consuela Angela - Student Council
10, 11, 125 Governing Board 12.
Stayer, Patricia Carol - Homeroom Treas. 10,
11, 125 Yearbook Staff 11, 12 - Co-Editor5
Choir 125 Plays Show Biz 11, 12, Gold in the
Hills 12, Dames at Sea 125 Musical - Annie Get
Your Gun 125 Limelighters 125 Honor Society
11, 125 Thespians 125 French NHS 10, 11, 125
Y-Teens 125 French Club 10, 115 Big Sister 125
House of Representatives 125 Jr. Marshal 115
Girls, Ensemble 12.
Stockton, Lisa Shawn - Yearbook Staff 10, 115
Cheerleader 105 Track 125 Honor Society 11,
125 Latin Club 105 Civinettes 10, 115 Student
Council 10, 11.
Stowe, Candy Yvonne f Band, Pep Bandg Vicag
Street, Kimberly A. - Homeroom Pres. 10, 115
Treas. 125 Madrigals 10, 115Choir 10, 115Musi-
cals - Camelot 10, My Fair Lady 11, Annie Get
Your Gun 12.
Streetman, Caren Colen - Homeroom Sec. 105
Modern Music Mastersg Choir 10, 125 Band 105
Pep Band 105 Orchestra 105 Annie Get Your
Gung Majorette 105 Honor Society 11, 125
Spanish NHS 10, 11, 125 MAT-Mu Alpha Theta
11, 125 Spanish Club 10, 11, V.P., 125 jr. Sr.
Committee 115 HAC.
Stuckey, Abigail Fraser
Sullivan, Robin Elizabeth - Choir 12.
Talley, Lisa Ann - Show Biz 125 Track Assis-
tant 11, 125 Honor Society 11, 125 French NHS
10, 11, 125 Ambassadors 11, 125 International
Relations 11, 125 Photography 11, 125 Y-Teens
115 French Club 10, 115 Ski Club 1O,11, 12 -
Sec.5 SNAF 125 Big Sister 12.
Tate, Cathy Cothran
Taylor, Camille Joleta 4 Orchestra 10, 11, 125
Musicals - Camelot 10, My Fair Lady 11, An-
nie Get Your Gun 125 Limelighters 125 Thespi-
ans 125 Keyettes 11, 125 FTA 125 German 11,
125 International Relations 125 Speech Club 10,
11, 12 - Pres., Y-Teens 105 German NHS 115
Show Biz 12.
Taylor, job Ellison
Thomas, George Greg - Modern Music Masters
125 Band 10, 11, 125 Pep Band 10, 11, 125
Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Musicals f Camelot 10,
My Fair Lady 11, Annie Get Your Gun 125
Latin Club 11, 125 Ski Club 12.
Thomas, John Martin - Band 105 Deca.
Thomas, Katrina Maria - Choir 11, 125 Girls,
Ensemble 11, 125 Musicals - My Fair Lady 11,
Annie Get Your Gun 125 Chamber Ensemble
125 Show Biz 12.
Thomas, Richard Durham - Track 105 Soccer
Thomas, Robert M. M FBLA 125 Ecology Club
Thompson, Elizabeth A.
Thompson, lvondra Y. - Homeroom Sec. 105
Newspaper Staff 125 Volleyball 105 Track 105
Thompson, Jessie Francis
Thompson, Randall Eugene
Thrower, john Hampton -- Orchestra 10, 11,
125 Musicals - Camelot 10, My Fair Lady 115
Annie Get Your Gun 125 j.V. Football 10, 11,
Varsity 125 j.V. Wrestling 103 Spanish Club 115
Interact 11, 125 Great Concepts 125 Stage Band
125 Jr. Sr. Committee 115 Student Council 125
Big Brother 125 Boys' State 115 Handicapped
Essay Contest 2nd place 125 Class Poet 125
Commencement Cover Design 12.
Treadaway, Teresa Anne - Band 10, 11, 125
Pep Band 10, 11, 125 Photography 125 Y-Teens
10, 11, 125 Marching Band 10, 11,12.
Trimble, Areral T.
Turner, David Craig - J.V. Wrestling 10, Var-
sity 11, 125 Soccer 10, 11, 125 Ski Club 115
Photography Award5 Photography 12.
Tutwiler, Margaret Ann - Homeroom Sec. 115
Choir 10, 11, 125 Musicals - Camelot 10, My
Fair Lady 11, Annie Get Your Gun 125 Honor
Society 11, 125 Spanish Club 105 Interact 11,
125 Great Concepts 125 Co-Chairman Elections
Committee5 Red Cross Representative 125 Y-
Teens 105 Ecology Club 115 jr. Marshal 115 jr.
Sr. Committee 11.
Twery, Scott Craig - LV. Wrestling 10, Varsity
French NHS 10, 11, 125 MAT-Mu Alpha Theta
11, 125 Key Club 11, 12 - Treas.5 3rd district
Wrestling, 2nd East Invitational 125 4th M.P.
Invitational 11, 4th M.P. Invitational 10.
Verch, William McCall - Modern Music Masters
11, 125 Choir 125 Band 105 Pep Band 105 Or-
chestra 10, 11, 125 Plays - Gold in the Hills 12,
Show Biz 125 Musicals - Camelot 10, My Fair
Lady 11, Annie Get Your Gun 125 French Club
10, 11, 125 Ski Club 10 W Pres., 11 - Chair-
man, 125 Speaker of House of Representatives
125 Key Club 11, 125 Chairman Homecoming
Votik, Mary Alene - Modern Music Masters 11,
125 Choir 11, 125 Plays - Our Town 10, Show
Biz 125 Musicals - My Fair Lady 11, Annie Get
Your Gun 125 Limelighters 105 Spanish Club
115 Girls' Ensemble 10, 11, 125 jr. Sr. Commit-
tee 115 Homecoming Committee 105 Bicenten-
nial Seniors Scholarship Runner up 12.
Wagner, Martin Douglas - Modern Music Mas-
ters 11, 12 - V.P.5 Madrigals 115 Choir 10,11,
125 Plays V Gold in the Hills 12, Show Biz 11,
125 Musicals - Camelot 10, My Fair Lady 11,
Annie Get Your Gun 125 Football Trainer 105
Track Trainer 10, 115 Interact 11, 12.
Waite, Candace Marie
Walden, Angela Jean
Wall, Martha Allison
Wall, Timothy William
Wallace, Anita Dorsel - Student House of Rep-
Wagstaff, Conner Fredrick
Watson, Danny Cooper
Watson, Jennifer Louise - French Club 105
Latin Club 105 Junior Achievement 125 Field
Watson, Lillian Loretta
Watson, Steven Anthony
Watts, Mary Kay - FBLA 125 Red Cross 10.
Wayne, Herbert M. - Homeroom Treas. 105
Interact 125 German 10, 115 Ski Club 12.
Weaver, Anthony Thad - National Forensic
League 10, 115 Spanish Club 105 Deca 125
Speech 10, 11.
Weeks, Deborah Gayle - Plays e Story Theatre
11, Show Biz 125 Thespians 12.
Weeks, James Douglas
Weems, Virginia Ann - Homeroom Treas. 105
Plays - Bull in a China Shop 11, Show Biz 125
Limelighters 105 Honor Society 11, 125 Spanish
Weiant, Timothy Andrew a Photography 11,
Welsh, Steve Sowell - Deca 12.
White, Elizabeth Thomas
White, William D. - -I.V. Wrestling 10, 115
Soccer 115 Latin Club 10, 11, 12.
Whitman, William Everette - Soccer 12.
Williams, Kathleen Mildred - Ski Club.
Williams, Sharon Lynn - Vica 11, 125 Pegasus
115 Red Cross 11, 125 FBLA 12.
Williamson, Virginia Vardell - Spanish Club 11
- Sec.5 Photography 125 Red Cross 11.
Wilson, William Flint
Wolfe, james Alan - Governing Board 11 -
Treas.5 Varsity Football 10, 11, 125 Track 10,
11, 125 Honor Society 11, 12 - Pres.5 MAT-Mu
Alpha Theta 125 Key Club 10, 11, 12 - Sec.5
Great Concepts 125 Student Council 10, 11, 125
Project Aries 115 Morehead Scholarship Winnerg
Charlotte Student Coordinating Council.
Wolfe, Nancy Shaw - Homeroom Vice Pres.
125 Pegasus 125 French 10, 115 Red Cross 125
Ski Club 10, 11, 125 Student Council 12.
Wong, Isabella L. M Ambassadors 125 Spanish
Club 125 International Relations 105 Y-Teens
Wood, Kenneth Franklin A Honor Society 11,
125 MAT-Mu Alpha Theta 11, 125 Interact 11,
125 Red Cross 105 French 10, 11, 12 - Vice
Pres.5 Big Brother 125 Student Council 125 Stu-
dent Coordinating Council 125 Jr. Marshal 115
jr. Sr. Committee 11.
Woods, Helen Michael - Yearbook Staff 11,'
125 Choir 11, 125 Musicals - My Fair Lady 11,
Annie Get Your Gun 125 FHA-Hero 12 A Sec.:
Student Council 125 International Relations 12
- Vice Pres.5 All County Choir 105 Show Biz
Woods, Tony Bernard
Woody, Betty Annette
Workman, Nathaniel, jr.
Yetman, William Walter f J.V. Wrestling 115
Honor Society 11, 125 MAT-Mu Alpha Theta
125 Interact 11, 125 Student Council 125 jr.
Marshal 115 Big Brother 12.
Yett, Elizabeth Baker - Homeroom Pres. 11,
Vice Pres. 105 Show Biz 125 Track 125 Ambas-
sadors 11, 125 FTA 115 French 11, 125 HERO
11, 125 FHA 11, 125 Big Sister 125 -Ir. Sr.
Young, Rebecca Lenell
Youngs, Michael Austin
Yount, jeffrey Carl
Zimmerman, Robert E.
Zuerner, Suzanne Adele
Rebecca Sue 88,162,163.164,17
Abercrombie, Terri Lynn 88
Abraham, Eugene 88
Acker, Martha Ann 76, 164, 172
Adair, Calvin Eugene 232
Adair, Samuel Douglas S4,142,1
Adams, Deborah Ann 88
Adams, james Randolph 88
Adams, George 76
Vernetta Elaine 76
Adams, Wallace Layne 54,103,142,14
Alderman, Michael Ray
Aldridge, Cereese 88
Alexander. Carol 88, 162, 163
Alexander, Deborah Ann 76, 105
Alexander, Mrs. Ethel 23
Alexander, jane Shaw 76
Alexander, Pl1illip,jr. 88, 148
Algire, David George 88
Allee, Chervl 76. 83
Allen, Shirley Lee 76
Allen, Spencer H.
Allfe, Cheryl Lynn
Alligond. Teressa jane 88
Allison, Robert Frank 54
Allton, Cynthia Marie 76
Allton, Karen Denise 54
Alston, Marlene Denise 54
Anderson, Donald Uraliavn
Anderson, Harriet 88
Anderson, Kiln Suvanne 88
Anderson, Milton 76
Andronis, Angelo Cris
Anglin. Barbara Ann 76.137
Anglin, jr., Randall Vincent 88
Anthony. Evelyn 88, 162, 163
Anthony, Kenneth 76
Anthony, Lonzu William 76
Anthony, Michael 76, 148
Anderson, Milton Darrell
Anthony, Phillip jerolnc 76
Anthony. Phyllis Delores 76
Archer, john Milton 76, 150, 151
Ardrey, Marcia 76
Armstrong, jeffrey Dewitt 88
Ar1nstrong,Melody Dolores 70, 2
Arnold, ChiefWilliam 47
Ashford, Keith Ellis 76
Aston, Catherine M, 76
Astin, julie Arden 76,78, 112
Athens. Olga 88
Atkins, james Murrey 53, 54, 142, 147
Atkins, William Henry 88,154
Atkinson, William jame 54,151
Atkinson, Mrs. june 38
Aull, Cynthia Kaye 54,103,112,130
Austin, Allison Louise 76
Austin, Donald 76
Austin, Robert K. 54, 142, 147, 204
Mr. Wayne H. 26, 155, 181, 232
Bacon, Tamara jo 76
Brent Damon 76
Bagbey, Elizabeth 38
Baker, Dcdra Deann 54
Baker, Miss Evelyn IB, 200
Baker, Mrs. Lynda 24,133
Russel j, 88
Baldwin, Mr. Bryon 36
Ballard, Gerald jerome 76
Barber, Mr. R. Dean 33
Barefoot, Elizabeth 54, 106, 128
Barefoot, Layton Mauve 88,148
Barker, john Christian 88
Barker, Robert M. 76, 151
Barks, Deana 88
Barnette, Gregory Brinard 76
Barnett, julie 54
Barr, Kimberly Carter 54.117190
Barr, Mary Susan
Barringer, james 54
Barry, Elizabeth Bradford 54,110,188
Barry, john Marion 87, 88,113,158,159,214
Bartel, Peter Bruce 76
Bass, Emily Grace 76
Basset, Scott 76
Battell, Monica Rivers 76, 105, 256
Baucom, Mr. Terry 33,148, 192
Bax ter, George Steven 54, 208
Beard, Evelyn joy 76
Beatty, Fred Leroy
Beaty, Bob Marshall 76
Bc-aty, james Scott 88, 148
Beaty, Keith McCord 88
Beaty, Kenneth Ray, jr. 76
Beckman, Emma Moris 55,102,112
Beckham, jeanne Crowell 4, 76, 78, 83,112
Beaver, Reetha Lavonne 54, 124
Beeler, Pamela jane 88
Belch, Norman Carl 76, 105. 113, 256
Bernan, Todd Lewis 88
Bender, Virginia Elivabeth 88
Bennett, jackie 55
Bennett, Michael Taylor 76
Bennet, Wayne Lindley 88
Berry, Keith Lorenzo 76,142, 147,177
Berry, Quintin Dexter 88,113,148,158,159.
Berry, Samuel Washington 55, 111,148
Besseas, Evelyn 88
Bhatnagar, Vikram S. 76
Bibb, Linda Catherine 55, 60, 84, 129
Biggers, Sheila Grey 88
Biles, Walter Delierry 88, 133
Billings,jennifer Rhand 76
Bingham, Sandra Sue 88
Birchfield, Steven C, 88
Bishop, Dennis Wayne 88
Bishop, Walter Conway 76
Black, Bernardetle j.
Blackman, Tracy Annette 88
Blackney, Margaret M. 88
Blaine, Allyson Rush 88, 110, 129, 237
Blair, Cynthia jean 55,109, 115,134
Blake, Scarlett Angely 76
Blakeney, Derrick 76
Blakenship, Mary Beth 76
Bland, Donna Ellyn 76
Blount, David Wayne 88
Blythe, Robert High 76, 111, 142, 147
Blythe, William Nather 76
Bogie, Mrs, Emma 26
Bogan, Floyd Donald 88,148
Boggs, Barrie Lynn 88
Boggs, Elizabeth L. 55
Boland, Barbara 88
Boland, Mark Daniel 55
Bolin, Samuel Thomas 88
Bolivar, Lisa 88
Bolton, Catherine E.
Mad scientists joe Radovanic and Paul Haddock try to create their own
Bornlniff, Kristen Lee 76
Bonds, Deborah Annette 76
Boncvac, Nanette Lovis 88
Bonhoff, Teri Ann 88,109.
Boone, Anne Waters 74, 76,
Booth, Mr. Vernon L. 41
Bost, Phyllis 76
Bost, Warren Pinckney 48, 88
Fibian D. 76
Bowen, Elizabeth Lee 55
Bowen, Sharon Elizabeth 33
Bowers, Miss Annie 24
Bowers, Dorothy Ann 88
Bowers, janie Mae 55, 137
Boyd, Benson Cameron 76
Boyd, Laurence 76
Boyer, Dwight Wilbur 76
Boyer, Karen Dawn 55
Patil Erwin 76, 167,152,153
Boyles, Terry Alan 76
Ponda 88, 148
Bradshaw, Elizabeth 55, 58, 6O,112.137,
, Sherry Ann 88
,Don Gerald 4, 8, 55
Brannon, Alice Marie 55
,Barbara joan 88
Richard Virgil 88
james Frederick 77
Mr, Glenn R.
Steven Wiley 77
Williams Carroll 55
Bric kner, Teresa Louise 88
Briley, Allison Elizabeth 77, 209
Brissie, Robert Louis 55
Marsha Candice 77, 114
Brister, Charles Melville 55, 103,151,160
rst, Deborah 55, 237
Brooks, Doris jean 88
Richard Forbes 55
Broom, Rosemary 55
Evelyn Marie 77
Brown, Clyde jeffrey 77,177
Brown, Donald 154, 156
Brown, Deborah jean 77
Brown, Glenda Ann
Brown, Karen Denise 77
Brown, Pam 203
Brown, Paula Marie
Brown, Tina Maria 88,109
Brown, William, jr. 88
Brumer, Matthew john 77
Brumer, Stephen Robert 88
Brunson, Elizabeth C. 77
Bryan, Mr, john H.30, 136
Bryan, Ruth Arrington 88, 172
Buchanan, Kimberly A. 77
Bulla, Steve William 88
Bullock, Tommy Lee 88
Bumgardner, Stuart D. 88, 168, 169
Burch, Rickey 56,160,161
Burch, Sarah Charlene 77
Burciine, Alan Keith 89, 103
Burke, Mary Elizabeth 77
Burke, Patrick Francis 89
Burlos, Angelo 89
Burlos, Christopher P. 77
Burlos, Constantine jo
Burlos, john 89
etty Lynn 77
Burns, Deanna Elizabeth 89
Burns, Kenneth David 77
Burns, Tara Lee 77
Burris, Gwendolyn Diane 77
Burwell, john Rhyne 89, 113, 158,159
Butner, john David 228
Bush, Kathy Melaine 89
Bush, Rebecca Gail77, 101, 189190, 237
Burner, john David 89, 136
Buys, Craig Allen 77
Byers, Dorian 56
Byers, Ronald 89
Miles Alex 56
iristine Anne 89
Byrd, Daniel Vincent 56
Byrd, julie Adora 55, 110, 126
Byrd, Kim Marvette 77
Byrd, Tara Layette 89
Byrd, Thomas Edward
Byrd, Zcrobcl Michael 77
Raymond Louis 77
Byrum, Wade Mitchell 77, 111
Cadieu, Dorothy jarrell 56
Caine, Ashley Scott S9
Caldwell, Kenna 74, 77, 164
Caldwell, Mary Eliz 56
Caldwell, Raymond Alex 77
Calvin, james 56, 77, 167
john Hines 77
Michael Patrick 77,133
Valaric Anita 89,109
William Glenn 77, 158, 159
Campbell, Mrs. Marian 20
Campbell, Miss Esther 40
Campbell. Gerald Alan R9
Laura Anette 89,164,165
Campbell, Linda Lee 77
Lorie Ann 89
Canady, Wendell Durant
Cannon, Alica Ann 56,109
Cannon, Kenneth Davis 89
Carmichael, Miss jean 30
Carlton, Martha Lynn 77,237
Carpenter, Cynthia jan 89
Carpenter, Mitchell Lynn
Carr, Catherine Diane
Carr, Deborah Gilreath 56
Carr, Pam E. 77
Carras, Troy Ann 89
Carrier, Catherine Anti 56, 108, 110
Carroll, Catherine S, 77, 236
Carroll, Margaret Benn 77, 83, 112, 115
Carroll, Susan D.89,164
Calson, Connie 89
Carson, Vanessa 118
Carter, Clayton Bernar 77,142,147,16
Patricia Lynn 89
Stevenson Holl 77, 126
Cartledge, Cathy Lee 56
1, Martha Lynn 77, 83
Case, Karen Elizabeth 56
Case, Kimberly Ann 89
Casey, Madeleine 77
Casey, Patrick William 89, 103
Cason, Vanessa L. 77
Cassell, Deloris 56
Castles, Denise 56,103, 105,137,256
Castles, james Richard 89
Cates, jessee Mornam 89
Cates, Pamela Lenore 89
Sidney Ann 89
rt, Mary Elizabe 89
Cathey, jeffery Paul 89
Cathey, Wanda Dcnnise 89
Cato, john Carson 11, 56,133, 160,16
Cato, Thomas Edgar 77
Caublc, Kathleen E. 77
, Rebecca Gail 89
, Lloyd Cameron 89 113
Candle, Sheila Diana 89
Caughtan, Bruce Wilson S9
Cesenas, Debra Lee
Chamblee, Bebefca Diane 77, 78
Champ, Steven Antony 89, 1-34
Chancellor, Vincent L. 89
Chancellor, Wayne Rona 77
Chapman, Holly 77
Chappell, Francenia Denise 56
Chappell, Sterling Eug.
Chason, Kathryn 77, 164, 172
Chastain, jerry 77
Chavt, Michael Gene 89
Chavis, Roy Lee
Chavis, Sadie Mae 89
Cheatham, Lesa Kathryn 56,230
Cheek, Celia Luanne 11, 78
Cheney, Caroline Eliz 89
Cheney, john 89
Cherwin, Richard jc
Chet, Lee Magee 19
Childers, Cynthia Ann 12, 52, 56,116
Chisholm, Bobby O'Neal 56, 89
Chisley, Caroline 116
Chisolm, Emma 56
Chislom, Dennis Keith 89
Chistain, jerry Lee
Christenbury, Lesley C. 89
Chrisman, Catherine 57, 172
Chorba, joseph 32
Churn, Virginia Nunnally 57
Martha Virginia 4, 77,112,227
Wallace Galloway 57
Fred Andrew 57,111,236
Clark, james Brooker 77,151
Mr. james L. 6, 34, 124, 125
Kenneth Lee 57,111,142,147
Clark, Mr. Ray 38
, Stephanie Sharon 89
r, joseph Christ 57
Clinton, Mr. Sinclair 44
nger, Mr. William 42
Pamela joan 78,110,124
Patricia jeanne 77, 78
Clouse, Karen Sue 89
Coates, David Bradley 57, 106
Cobb, james Bradley
Coble, Mr. Bob j. 28
Forman, Arthur Francis 59
Cochran, Charles Neal 89
Cochrane, Kelly Patrick 78
Cockrell, David Liles 73
Cockrell, Robert Allen 57
Cohens, Clinton Bernard 57.78
Cohens, Donna Denise 78
Cohn, Kathryn Elizabeth 57
Colby,James Byron 89,148,167
Cole, Richard Alan 89
Coleman, James Rance 89
Coleman, Linda Darlene 57
Colctranc, Dale 89
Colctranc, Janet 89
Collins, Allyson Dunn 78
Collins, Edward Joseph 57
Collins, Fred Davis 78, 174, 175
Collins, Matthew, Jr. 89
Collins, Raymond Davis 78, 142, 147
Collins, Susan C. 89
Combs, Cathy Ann 78
Comer, David Gene 57
Congcr, Lyn Bond 89,113,158,159
Conner, James Edward 78,142,147
Connor, Sherry Kaye 89
Cook, Douglas Willard 7, 57, 53, 113, 151, 211
Cook, Ivey Murrcll 78
Cook, Patricia Annette 78, 214
Cook, Wesley Bcrnaro 89
Cook, Zeb 78
Cooler, jonathan Bulger 78
Cooler, Lynn Louise 89
Cooper. Clint james 78
Copeland, Don Conorris 57.142,147,154.155
Copley, Sue Anne 78, 83,103
Coppala, john Cameron 75, 78, 83
Coppedge, Christopher 78
Cornelius, Teresa Ann 57,104, 110, 188, 217, 256
Cottom, Robert Walter 78,111,142,147
Coudlc, Cameron 148. 167
Coulter, Jamie Lee 89,91,109,148,167
Coulter, jill Elaine 89
Coulter, Kevin Chad 57,113,192
Ccurtrcy, Donald Leroy 78
Covington, Barry Lane 78
Covington, Jeanette 89
Dearien, Jody L. 58 I
Deas, Annabelle Sandra 90
Denton, Mrs. Catherine 20
Deaton, Mary Kim 58
Deberry, Teresa Grace 90,103,
Dcckelbauni, Nancy Beth 90
Deltraft, Michelle Anne 58
Dell, Marjorie Cleonc 78
DelViscio, Thomas james 58
Demopoulos, Bessie 58, 129
Dcmopoulos, George 90, 151
Dempwolf, Debra A111190
Estridge, Pamela Virginia 59
Evans, Andrew Ellis 59
Facciolo, David joseph 59
Fadel, Amina Lee 78, 79
Fadel, Shaheen jane 59
Fahey, David Michael 79, 83, 103, 151
Faquin, William Clay 90, 103, 136
Farlow, Norma Kimberly 90
Farrington, Laura jane 90
Farrow, Andrew Clith 90
Faulkner, Geoffrey Ham 59
Paw, Homer jackson 90,128,187,199
Federal, Mark 79
Frink, Antonia Elizabeth 79
Fritz, Susanne S. 59
Fry, Carol Jean 59,103,109,110.
Frye, Toya Anita 79
Fulcher, Mr. Charles 30, 135
Fuller, James Casper
Funderburlte, Miss Barbara 38
Fulwiley, Laura Mae
Fuqua, Kent Andrew 79
Furr, Richard Ray 91
Furr, Tammy 91
Gabriel, Orland Wilson 79, 151
Cox, Mrs, Catherine 9, 24
Cox, Clarence Elwood
Cox, Marion Elizabeth 78, 112
Cox, Pamela Jane 78
Craig. Rachon 89
iford, Mary Ann 57, 61, 110,
Crane, james Stephen 78
Crawford, Christina D. 78
Crank, Willu Andrea 89
Crawford, Donna Lynn 78
Crawford, Miriali Elyse 89
Crawford, Teresa Lynn 89
bs, Mr. Richard W. 24
Crigler, David Alexander 12, 57, 1
13, 154, 155,
156, 157, 222
Crittendon, Robin Ann
Crittendon, Wendy jane
Crockett, Catherine Ann 89, 192
Crossgrove, Linda 89, 114
Crump, Deborah Lyn 78
Crump, jeffrey Leath 78
Culbertson, Louise Nel 78, 189
Culbreth, Allyson Ann 78, 83
Cunningham, Kathy Rena 78, 109
Cunningham, Roger Hoke 78
Cureton, Alvin 89, 148, 149,181
Cureton, Patricia Ann 90
Dennchy, Cheryl Anne 20, 90
Derby, Mary Dawn 90
Derby, Mikael Shawn 90
DeVane, Charles j. 78, 151
Devine, jeffrey Kenneth 90. 181
DeVita, Debra jean 110
DeVita, Donna Lynn 58, 78, 110, 188
DeWese, Raymond C. 58
Dickens, Allen 58
Dickson, Mary jane 4, 78,83,112,129,
204, 226, 228
Digglc, Dena Alice 58. 200
Diggs, Ivan Emmanuel 78, 158, 159, 177
Dillon, William Mark 90, 95
Dogget, Cristal Melissa 90
Doggett, Horace Belton 58
Dolney, joseph Anthony 90
Dolney, Madeline Beth 58
Dolplius, Ronald Grant 79
Donald, Roderick Kevin 90
Donaldson, Pamela E. 90
Donaldson,Va1inda C. 58, 137
Dostcr, Donald 90
Dostcr, Kathy Dianne 90
Dotts, Mrs. Kathleen 18
Douglas, Armond Dewayn
Douglas, Nigel Yardley 90
Douthir, Par 162, 172, 213
Dow, Henry O. 58
Dowd, Christopher john 174, 175
Dowd, Gail Eloise 90
Downey, Ellen Karin 78, 79, 112
Downey, William Kinsel 58, 78, 152
Downs, Jannette Marie 7, 75, 78, 79,116,117,128,
165. 197, 204
Downs, Susan Leigh 90
Driggers, Patsy Faye 90
Drum, Robert Scott
Dubose, Gloria Denise
Dubose, Joyce Ann 58, 232
Ducltett, Boyd Lee 90
Duckson, Laura Ann 79
Dunbar. Derrick Bernard 79
Duncan, David Walter, jr. 90, 181
Duncan, james Mooney 58
Dunlap, Emily R. 58, 103, 112
Dunlap, Mason Morris 79
Dunn, Betty Jean 90
Dunn, Larry Bernard
Dunn, Rosalind Gaynell 79
Dunning, Shirley Alice 79
Dysart, Karen Giselle
Earl, Mr. Pat 51
Early, Charlotte Carrol 79
Eaton, Dennis Edward
Ecology Club 136
Edge, Gregory Bryan 58
Edge, Michael Stephen
Edgeworth, Christy Jean 90
Edwards, Brenda jean 58
Edwards, Christopher E. 79
Federal, Brian McNeil 90
Feezor, Charles Noel 79
Feimster, Mr. Ernest 20
Feimster, Marshall Y. 79,101,142, 147
Felts, james N. 90
Felts, Robert Scott 59
Ferguson, Linda L. 90
Ferguson, Malcom A. 11,79,152,153,167
Ferguson, Teresa Sue 59
Ferguson, Traci Lynne 79, 208
Ferrciro, Richard 90
Ferris, Frances Ann 59
Fetner, Deborah Ann 90
Fctner, Robert Stephen 59, 111,142,147
Fick, Mary Alice 11, 78. 79
Fisher, Charles Scott 53. 59, 200, 219
Fisher, Deena Gayle
Fisher, Mark Christian 59,125.129.l96
Fisher, Sheryl Ann 79. 236
Fletcher, Charlotte Ann 59
Fletcher, Mrs. Edna 30
Flockton, Carol Anne 59,130
Flowers, Mr, Bill 34
Floyd, Mrs, Evelyn 18
Floyd, Cynthia Holbrook
Foard, Catherine Ann 79
Forbis, Mark 90
Ford, Deborah jean 59,101,103,126
Ford, Eddie 90
Forman, Anthony joseph 79, 104, 256
Forney, Annie 79
Forney, Charles, jr. 142, 147
Forney, Neal Mills 79
Forney, Stephanie Lave 90
Forte, Eddie Mack
Foster, Evelyn Denise 90
Foster, Jan Rose 59
Foushce, james Alfred 90
Fox, Martin Finley 90, 181
Fox, Katharine Lewis 78, 79. 80, 83, 112,
172, 194, 230
Fox, Mr. Ted 51
Frances, Cheryl C. 79
Frank, Michael Lantz 91
Frazier, Phyllis Leona
Frederiksen, Norman Charles
Freeinan,1Srynn Scott 59, 137
Freeman, Mary Lou 87, 91, 116,
Freeman, Robert William 91
Freeman, Thomas 79
Freeson, Martha Elise
Freeze, Anne Marie 91
French Club 130
French Honor Society
Freshcorn, Lisa joan 91
Friede, Charles 130
Friesen, Martha 91
Gaddy, Wanda Darlene 91
Gaffney, Martin Brian 59
Gaffney. William G. 60
Galmon, Sandra l,avcrn 91, 229
Galphin, George C. 60
Galusha, Katherine Lee 79, 110
Gamble, Dolores Lynne 79
Gamble, Lynne 101
Gamble, Wayne W. 79
Ganzert, Lucy james 11, 60, 112
Gardner, Mr. Robert S. 28
Garner, Karen Ann 60, 137
Garrett, john Robert 79
Garrett, 'Thomas Eugene 79, 113, 1
Gasperson, Gwendolyn G. 91
Gaston, Carolyn lrene 79
Gaston, Robin Daphe 86, 91
Gausc, Donnie 91
Gay, Ronald Todd
Gayan, Rochelle Elizabeth 80, 83
Geiger, Clcmmie Dorothy 91
German Club 131
German Club Honor Society
Gilbert, Tina Marie
Gill, Jo Ann
Gilliam, Elizabeth Alice 91
Gilliam, Francina 91
Gilliam, Ralph Jerome
Gilliard, Kenneth L. 60
Gillow, Marianne 80
Gillow, Manin Stephan 91
Ginter, Judy Lynn 77, 80. 83
Givens, james Franklin
Glcaton, Derry Lee 91, 181
Glenham, Tab Brandt 80, 129
Glover, Burnet 60, 111, 142, 147
Glenn, Kimberly Ann
Godbey, Nelson Correll 60
Goforth, Teresa Diane 91
Golding, Mr. Mark
Goodenow, Marsha Lynn 80
Goodson, Janelle 60
Goodman, Marla 91
Gordon, Jack Williams 60
Gordon, Joan Gajl
Gossett, Sharon Leigh 80, 137
Graham, Bennizer 60
Graham, Christine Mari 91
Graham, Deborah Lucill 91
Graham, Julia Angeline 60
Graham, Warren Louis 91
Grant, Nancy Pauline 60,112, 118
Danita 60, 116
Glenda Annette 91, 116
Donald Jackson 91
Hugh Edward 91
Joseph Eugene 80
Cureton, William Ray 90,113
Currie, David Glenn 78
Curry, Calvin, Jr. 90
Curtis, Crawford 78
Curtwright, Lisa Jane 90
Cuthbcrtson, Gary S, 90
Cuthbertson, Howard Le 90
Daniels, Eric Eugene 90,103
Daniels, Nadine 57
Davidson, Jacqueline E.
Davidson, Jean Catherine 53, 78, 125
Davie, Jacqueline Denice
Davies, Patricia Anne 58
Davies, Scott Edmond 78, 151
Davies, Theresa Elaine 90
Edwards, Marilyn Tammy
Edwards, Michael Anthony 79
Edwards, Roberta Elizabeth 79, 82
Edwards, Sandra Kay 79
Etird, Katheryn L. 79
Elam, Richard Warren 79
Elam, Stephen Kenneth 58,104,237,238,256
Eldridge, Elizabeth Ann 90
Eldridge, Teresa Marie 90
Eller, Mary Margaret 58
Eller, Robert Eugene 90
Elliot, Tammy Kaye 90
Ellwanger, George A. 90
Ellwanger, Kimberly Ann 59,64, 118,237
Elmore, Nancy, Mrs. 42,105
Emge, Bridgette Lynn 90
Emler, Jaye Frederick 79
Davis, Curtina Yvonne 137
Davis, Debra Ann 78
Davis, Jackie 90
Davis, Janet Denise 90
Davis, Jeffery David 90
Davis, Jessie, Jr. 90, 148
Davis, Jill Annette 78
Davis, Robert Darryl
Davis, Spencer Bernard 90, 148
Davison Janice Ann 78, 129, 191
Davison, Kathryn Hatley 10, 57. 58, 60, 210, 213
Dayton, Diane Louise 86.101.103. 112,130
Jeanne Ann 6,58,103,124,126,128,188
Deal, Anna Catherine 78,103, 110
Dean, Mrs. Marcille 38
Emmett, Lori Ruth 90
Emser, Pamela Louise 90
English, Garrett S.
Ennis, Betsy Hope 79
Entwistle, Janet Kim 79,103, 112,114
Epermanis, Karen 90,162
Epermanis, Peter Bernard 59
Epperson, Sandra Kay
Ervin, Brenda A. 59
Ervin, Cheryl Lynn 90
Ervin, Kim Marie 79
Ervin, Sophia 59
Ervin, Stanley Odell 79, 167
Esenwein, Richard T. 79
Estes, Teresa Marie 79
24, 142,147, 167
William Cotten 80,142,147
Marianne Reuss can't get her mule in gear at the Donkey Basketball Game.
Keyettes pile it on again at an-
Gray, Michael Odell 230
Great Concepts 135
Green, Antonio 80
Green, Cynthia Diane 80
Greene, jane Ellen 51, 80
Greene, Kathryn Pittar 80
Greene, Morgan David 91
Green, Wanda Gail
Greyer, Laura R. 91
Grier, Anthony 60
Grier, Dekota Vana 80, 116,117
Grier, Felix Allen 80
Grier, jamie Marie 91
Grier, james Perry
Grier, Melinda Teresa 80
Grier, Monica Yvette 91
Grier, Sheila 91
Griffin, Carla Diane 91
Griffin, jan Marie
Griffin, William Henry 91
Griggs, Calvin Allan j. 181
Grimes, Nancy Ruth 80
Grote, jane Ann 60,110,118
Guerriero, Lisa Annett 60, 103, 110
Guest, jackie Dean, jr. 80
Guion, Alexander Hoke 60
Guion, Katherine C. 60
Guion, Sara Anne 91
Guin, Herman 91
Gunn, Ricky Cavonda
Guy, Deborah Ann
Guy, Dwight Williams 91, 148
Gwynn, Kenneth L. 80, 154, 156
Hackett, Cheryl Deloris 89, 91, 109
Haddock, Paul Faircloth 10, 61
Haggerty, Edward W. 91
Haines, Anna Louise 91
Haines, Melanie Kay 61, 103
Hale, William Michael
Hall, Claranne 91
Hall, Thomas Lewis 80
Hall, Thomas 91
Hallman, jackson Lewis 91
Hallman, Raymond Lee 61, 236
Halpern, Adrian Rafael 91, 151
Hamby, joe Allen 61,103
Hamby, Timothy E. 80, 134
Hamrick, Lucinda Ann 61
Hanes, Brady Lee 91
Haney, Cynthia Lynne 80, 83, 128
Hannon, Ricky Alan 91
Harbage, Susan Kay 4, 80
Hardin, Dennis 91
Hargett, George Ashley
Hargo, Andrew Eric
Hargo, Gina Marie 89, 91
Harkey, Lisa Mara 91
Harks, Deana Michele
Harper, Ms. Cheryl 4, 25, 228
Hartman, james 46
Harton, Mr. Frank 38
Harvey, David Bruce 80
Harvey, john 80
Harvey, Robert Lee 91
Harwell, Curtis Talley 7, 61, 113, 125, 128, 211
Hashagen, Mary Clare 61
Hasian, jarnal Daond 91
Hasian, MaroufArif61, 113,134
Haslam, john Kendrick 91, 151
Hassard, Thomas Arthur 91,148,149,158,159,167
Hatchette, Miss Mary 18
Hawkins, Elizabeth D. 91,92
Hawks, Ronald Michael 80, 142, 147, 160, 161, 177,
Hayden, Eric Orwa 91, 181
Hazelton, Phillip Ross 11, 61, 176, 177, 178, 209
Heard, Mrs. Gwendolyn 45
Heard, Angelita Marcia 91
Hedberg, Steven Morris 80
Hedgepeth, William F. 91
Hedger, Karen Lynn 61, 191
Hege, joan Catherine
Hege, Maureen Theresa 91
Heidcl, Charles Merle 91
Heidel, Ruth Elaine 80, 83, 110
Heiss, Christopher j. 80
Helms, julia A, 92
Helms, Pamela Lynn 80
Hemphill, Bennie A. 92
Hemphill, Darren Anthony 92, 158, 159
Hemphill, Darren Anthony
Hemphill, Gail Denise 61
Hemphill, Geraldine 61
Hemphill, Sharon Lucie
Henderson, Reginald 92
Hendrix, Deborah Ann 80, 112
Hensley, Karen Leigh 61, 105, 112, 256
Hensley, Philip Elmer
Hensley, Steven Moore 92, 192
Heprig, Richard 61
Herold, Ruth 92, 103
Hicklin, Patricia Diane 92
Hicklin, Tonierte L. 80
Hilton, George Burton
Hill Brian john
Hill, Charlie Ann 78, 80, 137
Hill Mary jacqueline 92, 164
Hill Holly Ann 92
Hilton, George B. 80
Hinnant, Donna Cumming 80,112,119
Hinson, Cereta Gale 61,209
Hinton, Billy Rae 92
Hockert, Lonzie Lee
Hockett, Patty jean 92
Harper, Chris W, 80, 142, 147
Harrill, john Depriest 91, 103
Harrington, Marguerite 91, 125
Harris, Angela Lee 80
Harris, Carl 61
Harris, Greg 61, 233
Harris, Kimberly Faye 91
Laura Esther 91
Sarah Lynn 80, 83, 110
Harris, Toni Renee 61
Harrison, Carl L, 61
Harrison, Debra Ann 91
Harrison, Miss jane 42
Harrison, Mary Delories 80
Harrison, Patricia Ann 91
Harsey, Freeman Larson 61,229
Hodge, Catherine Lee 80
Hoffncr, Lyne Anne 80, 115
Hoke, Elaine Woodside 78, 80
Holsey, C. 61
Holder, Wayne Neil 61
Hood, Bernice 80
Hood, jesse Finley 92
Hopper, Madrenda Gail 80, 235
Horton, Barbara Kingsly 112
Holit, Anita Faye 80
Holsey, Zachary 80
Holley, Patricia Louis 80
Hart, Pamela joyce 91
Hart, Robert Lee 91
Hartless, Ester M. 80
Hartman, Martha Venita 80
Holloway, janet Cleo
Holbrook, Cynthia Lynn 80
Hopper, Andy 92
Hopper, Charlene 61
Horton, Barbara Kingsley 61
Hough, Leona Burns 92
Houser, Claybourn M. 80
Kim Barr and Cathy Morse are
escorted off the field after accept-
ing their positions on the 1975
Housiadas, George 150, 151
Housiadas, George john 151
Houston, Alexis Nathan 92
Houston, Lisa jane 62
Howard, Donna Kaye 92
Howard, Ronnie 62
Howell, Cynthia Marie 92
Howell, Cynthia Leigh 62
Howell, Elizabeth Ann 92
Howell, Karen Elizabeth 62, 103, 129
Hrudowsky, Theresa Ann 78, 80
Hubbard, Margaret Marie 92, 103
Hubbard, Robert Marsh 62
Huckabee, Art 92,103
Hudgins, Patricia Yvon 92
Huffman, Darwin Lee 62, 236
Huffman, Deborah 62, 236
Huffstetler, David 80, 211
Hufstetler, jonathan 92
Hung, Phombuc 150, 151
Hunnicutt, Mrs. Margaret
Hughes, David Wayne 62, 154, 155, 156,
Hull, Anne Inez 78, 80,112, 116, 197
Humphries, David Scott 103
Humphries, Sarah Ann 62, 92, 236
Hund, Sarah Marie 92
Hunnycutt, Mrs. Margaret 22
Hunsucker, Tammy Louise 92
Sharon Lee 80
Barbara Sue 62
Hunter, Charles Richard 5,62,92,111,152,154,174, 175,
Hutchinson, Gerald Archer 6, 62, 151, 201
Paul Alan 92
erry Patrick 81, 109
Hyett, Gale Susan 92,162
Icronis, Bessie Spiro
Ingram, Gwynedd Ann 172, 173
International Relations 115
Ives, Haughton Frasier 81, 113, 15
Ivey, Dwayne Edward 6
Ivey, Susan 81
jackson, Anna Bell 81
jackson, Brenda Gail 62
jackson, Brenda jeanette 92
jackson, Larry 62,81
jackson, Richard Marvey 92
jackson, Robert 81
jackson, Samuel A.
jackson, Thomas julian 92
amela Kay 92
jamison, Kelly Sherwood
Robert N. 92
jarrell, Daniel Robert 92
jarrell, Dorothy Ann 81
ohn Chadwick 62
jarrell, Margaret Elle 81
jefferies, james Milton 92
Geroge Edward 62
Martha Diane 92, 112
jenkins, Amy Marie 81, 92
jenkins, Anna Ellen 164, 168, 169
jenkins, David Douglas 81
jenkins, Dorothy Mae 81,256
jenkins, Eve Carol 62, 112
jenkins, Harry Preston 10, 62
jenkins, Marsha Anne 92
jenkins, Michael Keith 62
Robert Lorenz 92
Victoria Vert 92
jennings, Patrick C. 62
jennings, Tyrone B. 81
jernigan, Kelly 62
johnson, Barbara jean 81
johnson, Donna Maria 81
johnson, Emma jane 92
, Eric Starr 63
, Frederick 81.
, Chief james 63, 64
johnson, jane Morgan 178
johnson, jefferey jackson 92, 148
johnson, johnny Edward 92
johnson, Mary Lynn -
johnson, Michael L. 63, 81
johnson, Pam Gwen 63
, Peggy Gay 63
johnson, Ronald Anthony 63, 166,167
johnson, Ronnie 92
johnson, Samuel Wesley 92
johnson, Sharon Lynne 81
johnson, Shirley Lee 92
johnson, Stuart 81, 236
johnson, Zema Gail 92
johnston, Mark W. 63
johnston, Mr. William H. 28, 231
jolley, Sara Catherine 63, 67, 112,
jones, Allan Duane
jones, Cathy Diane 81
urtis Bryan 92
jones, Frederick, jr. 63
jones, joana Charmaine 81, 118
jones, Mrs. Margaret 48
jones, Mark Alan
jones, Mr. Thad A. 26
jones, Toni Lee 92
jones, Wayne Morton 92
jordan, Deborah 63
jordan, Melisa Gay 63, 104, 110, 256
joyce, jennifer Covington
julian, Christopher 81
juneau, David A. 63, 124, 189, 237
juneau, Elaine F. 63
juneau, Kenneth Paul 81
junior Executive Committee
justus, Mrs. Florence
j.V. Cheerleaders 116, 117
Kakavitsai, Petros George
Kanekides, Sandra Kay 92
Karapanos, George 92
Karras, Spiridoula N. 81
Katopodis, Dennis Arthur 81, 233
Katopodis, Maria 92
Katsanos, Bill james 92
Katsanos, Labrina Atha 92
Larry Airwood 81,I42,147,160,161,167, 231
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Kay, Leslie Strong 63, 164
Kay, Stephen Matthew 92, 167
Kearse, Henry Montjoy 63,113, 211, 232
Kearse, Mark Alexander 13, 92,113
Keating, Paul Eugene 92
Keen, William Markas 81
Keeter, David Mark 81
Keith, David Lewis 92
Kelemen, Cathy Louise 81
Kellam, Bret Thomas 92
Kellam, Carl Alan 63
Kelly, janet Leigh 92
Kelly, Sara Elizabeth 92
Kemper, Mrs. Helen 48
Kennedy, john Wesley
Kennedy, Vicior Benanzo 92
Kenney, james Wesley 92
Kesel, Renee Elizabeth 63
Kessler, Timothy Duane
Koster, David Marcus 81
Key Club 111
Khanh, Nguyen 81
Killough, Sherrie Leigh 63
Kimbrell, Nancy Brown 63,110, 118, 207
Kimrey, Lu Carrol 92, 112
Kincaid, jean Elaine 63, 164, 165, 172
Kincaid, Susan Elizabeth 63,164, 197
King, Deborah Ann 63
King, Lisa 63
King, Rebecca Crute 63
King, Sandra 63
Kirby, Charlene jean 92
Kirby, Suzanne Lee 92
Ki.rk, Willie 81
Kisiah, Michael Don 81
Kitchens, Ricky Dean 92
Kline, Tonya Fagia 81
Knox, Frankie jerome 81
Kolodner, Richard Doug 63, 151, 160. 161
Korner, jack Edward, jr. 81
Korner, jill 93 '
Kotronia, Roula 93
Kotsukalis, Kostoola D. 93
Kautsokalis, Dimitrios jimmy 81, 150, 151
Krause, Sheri Lynn 63
Kreshon, Martin john 63, 111, 142, 147, 174,
Kuester, Amy 81, 137
Laird, Scott Edward 93
Lambeth, Daniel Bryan 63
Lambeth, julie Ann 81,234
Lane, William Sidney 63, 177, 179
Lange, Karen Beth 78, 81,112,115
Larlee, Kathy 93
Latter, Cornelius lNitaj 93
Law, Belinda j. 64, 72
Lawing, Terry Lynn 93
Lawerence, Kenneth Ray 81, 142, 147
Lawerence, Eric Charles 64, 70, 111, 177
Lawerence, Craig Thomas 81
Lawson, Coss 81
Layton, Mr. David H. 26, 113
Lay, Nancy Kimberly 81
Lay, Tambra Elaine 93
Leblanc, Lisa Ann 64
Leblanc, Louis Andry 81
Leblanc, Lori Ann 93
Ledbetter, Teresa jane
Ledford, Daphine Lynn 64, 112,198
Lee, Beverly Marsh 81
Lee, Phillip Randall 93, 226
Legette, Maxie K. 64, 142, 147
Leland, Charles Albert 93
Leneave, Catherine 93
1 Paul Cleveland 76, 81, 101, 212, 214
Asenthia Marcia 64
, Charles Edward 64
Marvin Durant 93
Lewis, Stephen Glenn 64
Lighthall, Dennis Duncan 64
Lighter, Emma Lenora
Ligon, Cassandra Yvett 93, 164, 229
Linder, Dan Franklin
Linder, Katherine Dawn 64,131
Lindsey, Perry L. 93
Lingle, Terry Evon
Linker, Lindsey jane 53, 55, 64, 112,
Linn, Robert Steven 93
Linsay, Everette Levette Rex 93
Lippard, james Martin 81
Lippard, Sammey Frank 93
Lipshay, Randall Dirk 81
Little, Grayson Mark 64, 124
Little, Henry Lee 81
Little, Melody Anne 93
Little, Nevan Dayne 93,151
Little, Stanley Howard 93
Little, Veronica Alean 64
Livingston, Marcia Kay
Livingstone, joyce 93
Lofton, Margaret Celeste 81, 110
Long, Mrs. Edith
Long, Mr.. Gary 44
Long, Peter Lowery 93
Looney, A. 93, 134
Lowery, Terrence Leon 81
Loy, Susan Fisher 81,139
Love, Daisy Lueretia 81,137
Love, Karen Marie 93
Love, Patricia Ann 81
Lovelace, Cynthia Mari
Lucas, Mattew justin
Lucas, Nancy 93
Lucas, Paul Francis
Lugemer, Aryeh 93
Luirick, Gwen Carol 93
Lumadue,Sharon QLizj93, 134,172
Lyerly, Mrs. janey 40
Lyons, Charles Tracy 7,64, 108, 111, 166,167
Mauney, Barbara 64
Mauney, Candy 64
McAdams, Richard Holt90,93, 113,134,148
McCann, William Stevens 65,151
McClanahan, Steven Charles 81
McCollie, Phyllis Yvet 65
McCotter, Sonya Lynne 82
McCormack, Rhona Chris 81
McCoy, Eric Keith 93, 148
McCoy, Melanie Laraine 65,125, 126, 133
McCoy, Brenda 83,103,116
McCoy, Sally 162,172
McCoy, Sarah Gaines 93
McCraw, Constance Dian 82
McDaniel, Leslie Ann
McDonald, Ginny 65,81
MacDonald, Lindsay Ward 81
McDonald, Susan Shannon 8, 74, 78, 82, 237
McDonald, William 65
McDowell, Larry Q. 93
McDowel1, Steven Edward 65
McDowell, Ulysses 65
McFarland, Owen Hampton 93
McGettigan, Lee Ann 65,105,256
McGaha, Mitzie Lee 82
The marching band prepares for another outstanding halftime show.
McGimsey, George Verno 93
McGinnis, Patricia May 93
McGowan, Tim 93
McGrath, Lee Ducker 65
McGuire, james Haskell 82
Mcllwain, Bryan 65
McKay, Barbara Ann 93
McKenzie, Carrie Leigh 82,105,256
McKinney, Sandra 82
McKoy, Brenda Vcrnese 82
McLaughlin, joan Cernita 82
McLean, Catherine Evan 65, 67, 112
McLennan, Terry Lynn 93,112,114
McMakin, Michael Patti
McManus, Idrees Penola 93
McMaster, Mary Louise 6, 54, 65, 72
115, 134, 215, 221
McMaster, Susan Gail 82, 110, 115
McMichael, janice Carol 82 '
McMillan, Margery Ethel 77, 82, 83,103
McMillan, Peter Hamilton 82,113, 174,175
McMullen, Kathleen Ann 94
McMullen, Patricia Lyn 82
McNeil, Francis Gordon 65, 174,175
McNutt, Brian 65, 107
McNeil, Karen Lynn 94
McRae, Walter Ervin 82
McSpadden, Karen Kee 94,110, 168,
McSpadden, Kathryn Kee 9-4,103,168,169
McSwain, Mitzi Victoria 82
Emily Dunlap and julie Astin take a break during the Ambassador Key-
ettes football game where Ambassadors won.
MacCubbin, Robert john 93,148
MacFetrich, Robert Scott 64, 100, 256
MacFie, Miss Mary 32
MacGill, Mrs. Dorothy 2, 3, 22,100
MacKey, Helen 64, 100, 125, 234, 218
MacKinnon, Ann 81
Mack, juanita 93
MacWhirter, Mitzi Lynn 93
Magee, Chet 93
Malachowski, Cari-Ann 93
Mangum, Rebecca jean 81, 83, 131
Mann, Laurie Patrice 80, 81
Marrow, David Lee 93, 148
Marshall, D. 151
Martin, Andrea Devon 93, 109
Martin, Beth Parke 81,110
Martin, Mary Virginia 81
Martin, jacquelyn 64
Martin, Pamela Cheyrel 93
Martin, Phyllis Yvette
Martin, Mrs. Shirley 18
Martin, Steve Wayne 93
Marus, Mark Stephen 81
Marus, Thomas joseph 81
Marshall, Abby Lou 86, 93
Marshall, Amy Lynn 86, 93
Marshall, Donna jean 93
Marshall, Douglas Hancock 93
Maskus, Paul jeffery 8l,111,177,178,179, 236
Mason, Mrs. Alfardretre 26, 226
Massey, judith Elaine 11, 81
Massey, Robin Michelle 93
Massi, joe Vincent 64
Matteson, Robert Charl 81
Matterson, Steve 81
Matthews, Chris 93,151,167
Matthews, john C.
Matthews, Michael Edward 93
Matthews, Robert Virgil 93
Mathis, Beverly Michele
Mauney, Candice jane
Maxey, Robert Clint 65, 176, 177
Maxwell, Samuel Worth
Mayfield, Laura Ann 65,116,117
Mayfield, Laura Melissa 87,103,124,126, 237
Mayhew, Lutricia B. 65, 224
Meacham, Catherine Ann
Meade, Tamcra jane 65
Medley, Robert 94,158, 159,167
Medlin, Laura Ann 65, 71,102,103,110,126
Meggetr, Viola 94
Melton, Pamela Anne 82
Michal, Douglass Lee 82,160,161,174,175
Micronis, Bessie 65
Midyette, Eusebia Dunn 82, 112, 137
Milhollin, Charles A. 65
Miller, Miss Betty Anne
Miller, Cheryl Yvette 82
Miller, Daniel Clement 94
Miller, David Meredith 148, 181
Miller, Edward Van 65
Miller, janice 82,137
Miller, jermone 94
Miller, jeffrey Clark
, Lee Freeman 82, 148, 160, 161, 233
Miner, Robert 82, 142, 147,167,226
Miller, Ronald Stuart 94, 111
Miller, Ruth Marie 80, 82, 125, 234
, Vivian Delores 82,105, 256
jeri Melinda 82
Pamela Anne 94,101
Robert Allen 65
Mills, Thomas 94,158,159
Mims, Mr. Spencer 33
Minday, julie Ann 94
Misher, Pearlie Mae
Mitchell, Amy Hampton 82
Mitchell, Bryant Anthony 94,113
Mitchell, David Tilden Arthur 53, 65,111,142
Mitchell, Donald C. 94
Mitchell, Millicent Ann 82, 137
Mitchell, Terry Lee 94
Mitchener, Calvin Cham 66
Modern Music Masters 126, 127
Moise, Carlotta Marie
Montfort, joel Paul 66
Montgomery, Micheal Eugene
Moore, Lurinda Dawn 82
Moore, Mary Kaye94,101,105, 256
Moore, Sandra Lee 82
Moore, Sylvia 94
Moore, Walter Lee 94
Moose, Deborah Kay 44, 66, 137
Moose, Mr. john Daniel 94, 100
Morin, Marie Ann 66
Morris, Claudette 94
Morris, Mrs. Ella Mae 42
Morris, johnnie Edward 94
Morris, Sandra Ann
Morrow, james Scott 82
Morrow, Sarah Louise 66,116,190
Morse, Catherine Lee 66, 110
Morton, Kelly Zane 82
Moser, Timothy 66
Moser, Timothy jerome
Theresa 9 4
Moultrie, Bridgette D. 94
Mungo, Robert 66
Murdock,jeffrey Lane 66
Murphy, Frank Gerald 94
Murray, Kevin L. 66, 236
Murphy, Lynn DaviCl,94
Muse, Thomas Kelly 82
Mustang, The 114, 115
Myles, Andrew Michael 94
Nabb, Karen jeannie 94
Andrew Kevin 94
Nash, Martin Hugh 82,101
nal Honor Society 102
ns, Mr. Tommy
Neely, Carolyn Patricia 82
n, Robert Greg
Newman, joanne 66
Newspaper Staff 106, 107
Nicholas, Harry Clayton 82
Nicholson, Henry H., 11194
Hickerson, Hale 148
Nix, William Duane 82
Nixon, Miss Emily 108
Noblett, Sheila Rene 94
Nock, Barbara Elsie 82
Nock, Patricia Marie
Norman, Richard Hudson 66,113,128
Nunn, Henry Phillip 94,l09,1S2,167
Oakes, Mrs. Audrey 23
Oakley, john Bryant
O'Donald, Kevin 86
O'Donoghue, Eric Chris 82,124,128,
O'Donoghue, Kevin 66
O'Donoghue, Suzanne 66,172
Odurn, Patricia Ann 66
Ogborn, Elizabeth Dee 94
Qgburn, Barton Lewis 94
O'Hair, Richard Hicks 66, 135, 151,l66, 167,204
O'Leary, Drucilla Bertha 66
Olive, Laura Lin 66
Oliver, Shirley Darline 94
Oliver, Mr. William 16, 17, 109, 227
Opalka, Deborah 94,109
Orbinson, Danny C. 94
Osborne, Debora Denise 94
Otto, Ray Edward. jr. 66
Ovington, Lisa Gretchen 82, 83, 103
Owens, Charles Duncan 66
Owens, john Duncan 66
Owensby, Charlton 82
Owensby, jennice 94, 112
Page, Cary Elizabeth 78, 82, 23
Page, Marisa 67, 1,10
Paris, Katherine King 94
Paris, William Stephen
Parker, Deborah France
Parker, Gregory Scott 94
Parker, Kelly Elizabeth 82
Parker, Richard Meade 67
Parks, Victor 67
Parris, Sherri Ann 94
Partin, Mrs. Ann 24, 224
Partlow, Randy 94
Pate, Cathy 94
Pate, Timothy Eric 94
Patterson, Dennis Lynn 82
Patterson, Ennis Glenn 82
Patterson, Gregory 94
Paul, Belinda Ann 94
Paul, David Lawrence 94, 181
Pearce, Frances Smith 67, 195, 198
Peay, jerry Bernard 94
Peay, Roger Emanuel
Peel, Mr. joseph 2,3,16,17
Peele, Spencer Lee
Petters, Mark 67
Petters, Teresa 82
Pegues, Ricky Thomas 94
Pell, Gary Wesley 67
Pena, Richard 94
Pendaruis, joseph Rich
Penny, Robbie j. 94
Perrira. jorge Rodriou 94
Perez, jose Ramon 94
Perry, Chadwrick Keith 67,111,142, 147, 234
Perry, Ricky lvan
Perry, Tony Choryl 67
Perry, Wheeler Carl 82
Peters, Teresa Maria
Pettice, Robert Lee 94
Pettyjohn, Elizabeth T. 82
Pham, Hung Duc 82
Pham, Kim Khang Thi 94
Pham, Kim Hgathi 67
Phelen, Miriam Louise 67
Phifer, Miss jean 22
Philemon, Stephen Boyd 94
Pickering, Farly Todd 82, 151
Pickering, Rhonda Lee 67
Pierce, Samuel McLauri 67, 113
Pistiolis, Dionysius C. 94, 151
Pittman, Tonya Roxanne 82
Plumce, Frances Clayton 82
Plyer, David William
Polites, Alex john 67
Polites, jimmy 82,151
Polites, Louie 94
Polk, Laurie S.7,8,67,73, 110,124,188
Ponce, Mr. Frank 25, 151, 160, 161,201, 231
Poole, judy V. 67
Pope, Pamela Marsh
Porter, Karen 94
Porter, Larry Eugene
Portlock, Thomas Angelo 82
Potts, Charline Denise 94
Poulos, George Spiros
Pounds, jeffrey Allan 94,148
Powell, john Kenneth 82,113,132,150,151
Presley, Derek Wayne 82, 209
Pressley, Deborah Kay
Pressley, jeffrey Neal
Pressley, Randy Carl 94, 126
Price, Chandra Cars 82
Price, Mark Leon 82
Price, Pascal Carl, jr. 94, 103,148
Price, Paul 167
Price, Randolph Scott 94
Primm, john Thomas 67,1ll,174,175
Prince, Mr. Richard 44, 152
Pructte, Donald Louis 94
Pruitt, Mrs. Louise 48
Pruitt, Tracy Collison 95
Purcell, Mr. Augustus B. 46, 181
Pyles, john Wesley 95
Raby, Victoria Lynn 82
Rader, Mark Todd 67,142,147
Radovanic, joseph David 67, 113, 152, 153,167
Radovanic, Thomas Matt82, 152,167
Ragin, Pamela 95
Ragin, Reginald 82
Randall, Deborah Leigh 67,112,201
Rann, Teresa 82
Ranson, Robert Michael 82, 83,l13,150,151
Ratliff, Phyllis Ann 67,118
Ratliff, Ronnie Eugene 95
Ray, Pamela joy 95,103
Ray, Reginald Eugene 82, 95
Rea, Ann Harris 67,162,163
Rea, Elizabeth Gail 95,162,163
Rea, Katherine Bond 67,162,163,164,172,173
Reddick, Tangala jean 82,109
Reddick, Yolanda Kaye 95,116,117
Reeves, Catherine 95, 172
Reichard, Stephen Harold 82,151
Reid, Norman Patrick 82
Reid, Vivian Lynn 95
Reiners, Alwin, Ill 95, 126
Rembert, james Frederick 83, 101,142,147, 177,179
Renckens, Timothy Tiny 67
Renfro, Miss Barbara 9, 18
Renfro, Dennis Ray
Renfro, Reginald Ray
Reuss, Marianne Elizabeth 51, 67, 110, 116, 139,
Reuss, Sharon Maureen 86, 95
Reynolds, Dawn Elise 68
Reynolds, Kathleen F. 83
Rhine, Phyllis jean
Rice, Mrs. Betty 18,100,106
Rice, lva Veronica 68
Rice, jan Wesly 12, 68, 1 16, 117, 132
Rice, William Marrell 95
Richards, joseph Dickson 95,113,148
,Charles Anthony 83,177
Richardson, Daniel Corey 83, 124
Richardson jeffery IJ, 95
Richardson, Phillip Hugh 95
Rich.1rdson,Terenct' Arnold 95
Richmond,jeffery Alan 95
Richmond, Rodney Eric
Richmond, Sybil Denise 68
Riggins, Tommy Cornelius
Riggsbee, Clyde 95
Riggsbee, Karen 68
Riley, Myra Evette 95
Riley, Rush 83,112
Rinnex, Cyntha Maye 68
Robbins, Deborah Maria 83
Roberts, Forest Eugene 95
Roberts, Mr. jerry 26
Roberts, Kenneth 68,106,107
Roberts, Michael 95
Roberts, Pat 95, 148
Roberts, Ricky 95
Roberts, William Kenneth 68
Roberts, Mrs. Yvonne 28
Robinson, Alyce Marie 83,197
Robinson, Curtis R. 95
n, Cynthia Delores 95
n, Elizabeth 95
n, Gregory K. 95
n Karen Leigh 94,95
Robinson, Lynn Anterior 83
Robinson, Patricia 83
Robinson, Russell Marable 83
Robinson, Sandra jean 68, 1 10
Robinson, Scottie 68
n, Teresa Ann 83
Rock, Edward joseph 95, 103
Rockecharlie, Edward 62, 68, 72,1 13, 203, 218
Rockecharlie, William P. 95, 158, 159, 181, 236
Rogers, Sherry Linda
Rogers, Susan jeffrey 83
Ross, Cassandra Denise 83
Ross, james Milton 6, 95
y Edna 95, 133, 134
Ross, Lori jean 68
Ross, Regina 83, 118
Ross, jeffrey 154, 237
Roth, Thomas Richard 83,131
Rousso, Paul 83
Rowell, Nancy Celeste 83
Rozclle, Mr. R. Frank 16, 17. 100, 227
Rumfelt, Harold B. 95, 181
Ruple, jo Elizabeth 95,196
Ruppe, Stanley Marshal 83
Ruppenthal, Patricia 95
Rushing, judy Kay 83
Russell, Miss Sara 38
Ryan, Dorothy Colleen 83
Sadler, Danny Webb 11, 68, 101,217
Safrit, Trey Franklin 83,ll1,142,147,177, 226
saidrvsr, Martha true 83,l03, 116,117
Saleeby, Miss Helen 19
Salmen, Tara Elizabeth 68
Sarnonds, john Paul 95
Sanders, Martha Floren 83
Sanders, Michael 83
Sanders, Renita N. 95
Sanders, Tony Dale 95
Sauerwein, james Timot 68
Saunders, Amy Ellen 83
Saunder, Lucy Karen 68, 163
Savage, Mr. Claude 26
Sawyer, Mrs. Florence 10, 26
Scala, George Albert 95
Scarboro, Alan 95
Schachner, Patricia Lynn 95, 103
Scheer, David Scott 68
Scheer, George Grey 83
Schiavone, Grace Anne 95
Schmidt, Carl William 95
Schmidt, Donna Ellen 68
Schmidt, Tina Elaine 69, 110, 198
Schmit, Martine 69, 110, 188, 205
Schmidt, Melinda Susan 69
Scholl, Mark 83
Schumacher, Karen Anne 83
Scott, Brian Keith 95
Scott, Mrs. Gladys 26, 28
Scott, Leon Miguel 95
Scott, Peter 95
Scruggs, Cecil Fewell 95
Scruggs, Virginia Kim 95
Seabrooks, Virginia 83
Seamon, Laura Marie 69
Seay, William Powell j. 69, 111,177, 178
Seago, Skye Ann 95
Seeley, David Gerald 83
Sebrell, Alice Vaughan 83, 162
Sella, George Caldwell 142, 147
Sella, jamie 95
Sellers, Barbara Ann 69
Sellers, Dora Ann 95
Selzer, Gregory joseph 95,125
Seltzer, Lawrence 95
Selzer, Margaret Ruth 69, 199, 222,237
Senior Class, The 54
Senior Executive Committee, The
Setter, Barbara Ann 83
Seymour, Ronnie Glenn 83
Shankar, Ghua A. K. 95
Shanklin, Anne E. 95
Shanklin, Leon Trover 69
Shaw, john Martin 95,113
Shaw, Lydia Carol 68, 69,130
Shceley, Martin Franklin 83,111,151
Shelley, Robert Bryan 69,113, 142,147
Shelton, Sandra Faye 83
Shelor, William Randol 69
Shepard, Cathy Elaine
Shephard, Randolph Ellison 83
Sherwood, Larry Wayne 95
Shields, john Roger 95
Shocklcy, Pamela Diane 69, 105,110
Shoemaker, james Lawerence 69, 142, 14
Short, james 83
Short, jane Ellen 83
Short, jennifer Hollis 96
Short, john 83
Shultman, Clarence R,
Sidbury, Mary Beth 83
Sides, Mrs. Marlene 48
Sigurdson, Brenda Kay 96
Sietman, Scott Robert 96
Sietman, Susan Eleanor 69
Sifford, Miss Patsy 20
Simmons, Debra Ann 96
Simons, Dwight Lee
Simmons, james Kenton
Simmons, King Louis 84, 167
Simmons, Maurice 96
Simons, Phyllis Marie 84
Amina Fadel models a spring dress in this year's fashion show. jackie Hill chalks up another first place for the girls' track team.
Simmons, Teresa 69
on, Cynthia Adams 69
on, Lisa Anne 96
Simpson, Robin Deanna 84
Simpson, Wilhelmina A. 69
Sims, Karl Benton 84
Sims, Sharon Ann 96
Sims, Uneeda Andre 84
Sinclair, Brenda Penny 96
Sink, Brenda Louise 69, 104,112,118,l94, 198,
sink, Jock Clifton 74,84,111, 177,178
sink, Mr. jack H.44, 176,177
inos, Georgia 69
Situ, Carolyn 69
Sito, janet Mary 96,110
nski, Daniel john 96,134
nski, Michael David 69
Anita Michelle 69
Sloan, Dennis Wayne 84
Sloan, Marcus B. 69
Smith, Anitra 70
Smith, Angela Denise 59, 69
Smith, Betty jean
Smith, Calvin Alexander 96
Smith, Carol Nannette 84, 203
Smith, Curtis Todd 70,174,175
Smith, David Wayne 70
Smith, Linda Angela 84
Smith, Mark james 84
Smith, Mark Ray 84
Smith, Michael Eugene 70
Smith, Patricia Elaine 84
Smith, Ralph Wright 84
Smith, Richard Anthony 96
Smith, Robert Alexander 96
Smith, Russell Alan 84, 142,147
S1nitl1, Stephen Robert 84, 1 ll
Smith, Stephen Robert 70, 167
Smith, Sylvia Ann
, Teresa 70, 237
erman, james A. 68, 70,11
Smylie, David 96,167
Smylie, jonathan C. 96, 151, 167
Snapp, David Stanford 70,237
Snyder, Ronald Owen 84
Sopher, jackie Annette 70
Southall, Cynthia joyce 84
Spanish Club 132
Spann, William Anthony 96, 181
Sparrow, Alan Bruce 70
Sparks, Kenneth 8, 70
Spencer, john Goodwin 84
Spencer, Wanda Elaine 70
Springs, Ernest 96
Springs, Marshall N. 70, 203
Stafford, Consuela Ang 70
Stafford, jan Geneva 84
Stafford, Ricky Gene 84
Stallworth, Nancy O. 80, 84,162, 163, 202
Stanback, Rhunda Ann 96
Stanton, Mrs. Evelyn 19, 108
Stapleton, Caroline R. 84
Starnes, Frank Irvin
Starnes, Timothy Reese 84, 151
Stathopoulos, Helen 84
Stayer, Patricia Carol 7, 70, 1
128, 129, 196, 223
Steele, jeffery Clark 84
Steele, Sureva Dawn 96
Sterling, Robert 70
Stevenson, Denise Marie 84,
Stewart, Sandra jo 96
Stewart, Evangeline 42
Stidman, Elizabeth B. 96
Stigall, David Bryon 84
n, Betty jean
n, Rhonda Delorles 84,137
Stilwell, Dorothy, Mrs. 9, 25, 100, 130
Stockton, Lisa Shawn 70, 164, 165
Stockton, Thomas B., jr. 92, 96, 148
Storey, Vivian Sue 96
Mary como 83, 84, 112, 124, 126, 237
Story, Ruth Anita 96
Stout, Karen Lee 74, 84,114
Stout, Sarah Lynn 84
, Candy Yvonne 70
Stowe, can 84, as, 181
Stowe, Carl Martin
l, Anne Marie 96
Strawn, William Keith 96
Street, Kimberly A.
Sutherland, Mrs. Virginia 30, 134
Sutton, Tina jean 84,
,Nancy Anne 83, 84, 112
Swanhart, Linda Marie 84
Swanzey, Henry Edgar 84, 207, 236
Swayngin, Linda M. 84
Swede, Maha Abdaliah 96
Sweezy, Lisa 84, 162
Sweezy, William Eugene 96
Swords, Amy Lynn 84
Sydnor, Katherine T. 96
Tal.ley, David Morgan 96, 150, 151
Talley, james Randolph 96
Talley, Lisa Ann 1, 71, 103,112,115, 188
Tate, Cathy Cothran 71
Taylor, Camille joleta 64,71, 103,110, 131,234
Taylor, job Ellison 71
Taylor, Miss Bernie 30
Taylor, Leslie Ann 8, 96, 116, 117
Timothy Bernard 96
Teat, Richard Ray 84, 111,142,147, 177,226
Teer, john Stanford
Thomas, Alice Ruth 97, 112
Thomas, Alley 110
Thomas, David Ewin 84, 111,154, 155
Thomas, George 126
Thomas, Grey 71
Thomas, Harriet 84
Thomas, john Martin
Thomas, Katrina Maria 53, 71
Thomas, Leslie Gay 97,212
Thomas, Louise Irene 8, 79, 84, 103, 1
117, 189, 195. 209
Thomas, Mrs. Margarert 28, 84, 100
Thomas, Mary Alice 97
Thomas, Patricia Ann 85
Thomas, Richard 71, 150, 151
Thomas, Robert 71
Thomas, Robin Lavern 25
Thompson, Elizabeth 71
Thompson, Elizabeth 97
Thompson, Ivondray 71
Thompson, jessie Franc 85
Dorin Elaine 12, 87, 97,116,164
Wallace, Anita Dorsel 72
Wallace, janice Teresa 85
Wallace, Vernon 72
Walls, Sharon 85
Ward, jean Wilkins 97, 107
Ward, Lori Lee 97, 114
Ware, Kenneth Bernard 6, 97
Warner, Deborah Lynn 85
Warren, Christy Lynn 97
Waterman, Mrs. Effie 46, 163
Williams, Richard F. 97, 158, 159
Williams, Sharon Lynn 73
Williams, Sue Ann 97
Williamson, Virginia V. 69, 73
ham, Andy 97
Wilson, Catherine Elizabeth 85
Wilson, Christopher 97
Wilson, Debra Ann 85
,james Thomas 85
Watkins, Herman joe 97
Watkins, Willie Lee 97
Watson, Angela Dalphin
Watson, Barbara Lynn 97, 103
Watson, Carol Suzuanne 97
Watson, Danny Cooper 202
Watson, jennifer Louise 72
Watson, Lonnie Lngeral 97
Watson, Loretta 72
Watson, Michael Raymal 97
Watson, Randy Lee 85
Watson, Steven Anthony
Watt, Robert Walter 97
Watters, james Harold
Watts, Mary Kay 72
Watts, Wanda Faye 97
Wavrick, Susan Elizabeth 85
Waylett, Kimberly S. 97
Wayne, Herbert Monteith 72,
Wilson, Sherry Lynn 85, 97, 108
Wilson, Sheryl Ann
Wilson, Traci Lynn 85
Wilson, Wendy Lorraine 85
Wilson, William Flint 73, 109
Wingate, Elizabeth Ann 97
Wingo, Stephanie Lynn 97, 103
Wise, Perry Lynn 85
Wise, Stephen john 97
Wong, lsabcllc L.
Wong, Isabella 112
Wolfe, David Douglas 97
Wolfe, james Alan 54, 72, 73, 102, 111, 142, 147,
215, 216, 232
Wolfe, Nacy Shaw 73, 108
Wong, Isabella 73
Wood, Celeste Priscell 97 '
Wood, Kenneth Franklin 54,73,102,113,135, 223
Woodard, Ernest Rae 97
,Mary Lucille 85, 164
Thompson, Mike Holt 97
Thompson Randall Eugene 71
Thompson, Stacie Lynn 85
Thornton, Michael Clark 85
Thornwell, james Henry 97
Thrift, Natalie jane 79, 85
Thrower, David Michael 85, 113,151
Throwcr, john Hampton 10,71,72,142,147,194,219,226
Tobias, Dorothy Burton 88, 97
Tobias, William Raymond 85
y. Tammy Ann 97,119
Tonissen, Roberta 85
Townsend, Dale Edward 97
Tracy, Adrienne 85
Travis, Gary Allen 97
Triantis, Francis 85
Tricebrocl-t, Valerie 83, 85
Trimble, Areral 71
Treadaway, Teresa 71
Trexler, james Henry 97, 111
Tucker, Rebecca Mae 83, 85
Turner, Arnold 97
Turner, Daniel 85
Turner, David 85,151, 160,161
Turner, David Craig 71
Turner, Steven 97, 160, 161
Tutwiler, Margaret A. 6, 71,102,113
Twery, Scott Craig 71,111, 160,161
Tyson, Floyd Michael 97
Isreal Benjamin 97
Wayne, Laura Helen 97
Weaver, Anthony Thad 72
Webb, Stephen Armand 85
Weddington, john Mark 97,148,167
Weeks, Deborah Gayle 72
Weeks, james Douglas 72
Weems, Virginia Ann 60, 72, 103
Weiant, Timothy Andrew 72
Weinreb, Gary Mara 97, 151
Welch, Gloria jean 97
Welch, Margaret Ann 85, I10
Welchman, David Barret85,142, 147
Wells, Deborah Kay 85, 118
Wells, Otis jerome 85
Wells, Ruth Ann 85
Welsh, Steve Sowell 72
West, john Robert 97
West, Richard Daniel 85
Westerficld, Mark Edward 85
Wheeler, Carl Perry
White, Beth 72
White, Donald Ray 97
White, Elizabeth Thomas
White, joseph 97
White, Michael P. 97
White, Patricia Ann
White, Robert Anderson 85, 142, 147
White, William Daniel 72
Whitesides, Harry Thomas 97, 148, 149
Whitesides, Pamela Susan 85
Whitfield, Lee 72, 153, 154,155,156.157.
Whitley, Bryan K. 97
Whitley, Miss Ethel 28, 56
Whitman, William Everette 77-,151
Whitmire, Curtis Kent, jr.
Wilder, Miss Evelyn 19, 97,225
Wilkerson, Cheryl Anne 85
Williams, Mr. Bill 28
Williams, Cheryle Lynn 85
Williams, Kathleen Mildred 73
Williams, Kenneth Strong 97
Williams, Richard Anthony 85
rd, Gerald 85
Woodard, William M. 74, 85, 154, 155, 156, 232
Woods, Helen Michael 73, 104, 137, 115
Woods, Tony Bernard 142, 147, 154, 157
Woody, Betty Annette 51,73, 104,256
Woody, Walter Ruffin 97,152
Workman, Nathaniel 73
Worthy, Derrick M.
Worthy, Kathy Regina 97
Wrenn, Timothy Dean 97
Wright, Anna jean 97
Wright, Calvin Mc Adso 85
Wright, Mrs. LaVerne 26,109
Wright, Michael Richard 85
Wright, Stephenie R.
Wright, Steven Hopkins 85
Wright, Thomas Bernard 85
Wrigley, Sharon Kay 85
Yarbrough, Bonnie Gayle 85
Yarbourough, Horace Frank 97
Yates, Elizabeth Ann 97
Yates, Mrs. Marion 31
Yetman, William 73, 113
Yett, Elizabeth Baker 73, 112
Young, Charles Samuel
Young, David Thompson 85
Young, Edwin Samuels 79, 83, 85, 113
Young, Eva Laverne 85
Young, Karen Elizabeth 97
Young, Kimberly Ann 97
Young, Pauletta Clariss 97
Young, Rebecca Lenell 73
Young, Sam 97
Young, Susan Terry 97, 172
s, Michael Austin 73
Hurman Arthur 85, 158,159
Yount, jeffrey Carl 73
Zimmerman, Robert 9, 73
Zoret, Carol Lynne 77, 83, 85,103,124
Zuerncr, Suzanne Adele 73, 164, 172,224
Underwood, Geraldine 71
Valletta, Annette Louise 97
Vance, Elizabeth H. 97
Van Story, Leigh M. 97, 112, 133
Van Tassel, Kristine K. 97
Van Vynckt, Terry 97
Vehron, Mrs. Trudy 48
voroh, William M. 6,57,71,100,101, 111, 191,
210, 211, 221
Vermuelen, Phillip 85, 151
Vernon, Cary McGee 85
Vinson, Lcugenia 97
Votik, Mary Alene 64, 71
Wagner, Martin Douglas 72, 113
Waite, Candace Marie 72
Wagstaff, Conner Fred 72
Wakabyashi, Yoshiko 83, 85
Streetman, Caren Colen 70
Stricker, Craig Allen 84
Strome, Lisa Ann 96
Strong, Gwenever Denice 96
Strot, jeffrey Neil
Strotman, james Scott 84, 96
Stroud, Lajeana 96
Stuckey, Abigail Fraser 70
Sturdivant, janet D. 96
Sullivan, Cathy Lamdor 84
Sullivan, Robin 71
Supple, George William 96, 134
Surphlis, Leslie A, 88, 96,110
Walden, Angela jean 72
Walker, Anne Marie 97
Walker, Kent 26
Walker, james Edward 85
Walker, Wynn Taylor 97
Wall, Horace Pernell 97
Wall, jean W. 85
Wall, john Mark
Wall, joseph Dee 111 85
Wall, Martha Allison 72, 112
Wall, Timothy William 72
Natalie Thrift ponders how many moles of days are left of Miss Car-
Sponsors and Patrons
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Hilton
Regency Beauty College
Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Rockecharlie
Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Bradshaw
Mr. and Mrs. B.B. Crigler
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Cornelius
Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Foushee
Mr. and Mrs. J. Demopoulos
Miss Barbara Renfro
Mr. and Mrs. D. Swanda
Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Smith, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Talley, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Norman
Dr. and Mrs. G.C. Dickson
Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Babst
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Mr. and Mrs. J .W. Tonissen
D.C. Turner Construction Company
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. McKenzie
Mr. E.O. Daniels
Dr. and Mrs. T.O. Coppedge, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. J.M. Archer III
Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Poe
Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph
Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Stayer
Mrs. P.A. Dayton
Dr. and Mrs. J.S. Reynolds
Dr. and Mrs. L. Boggs
Gray R. Boone Construction Corporation
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Happy 25th Anniversary From the Mustang Staff.
Co-Editors . . .... Steve Elam
Academics . . . ...... Vivian Miller
Classes . . . . Karen Hensley
Clubs and Organizations . . ..... Melisa jordan
Mary Kaye Moore
Sports . .... Brenda Sink
Lee Ann McGettigan
Student Life . . ..... Terri Cornelius
Business Managers . . . . . Norman Belch
Photographers . . . . Annette Woody
Advisor ...................... Mrs. Nancy Elmore
The 1976 Mustang was printed to the following specifications:
paper, 100 if collegiate dullg end sheets rich gold 95529 cover,
forest green with black overtoneg body copy, 10 pt. Aldine
Roman leaded 2 pointsg captions, 8 pt. Aldine Roman bold
leaded 1 pointg headlines, Times Roman, 24 pt.,g opening and
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Corner of the Sky by Stephen Schwartz
Q 1972 jobete Music Company, Inc.
All rights reserved. Reprinted by Permission.
A great amount of time and effort was used in the publication
of this yearbook, and'we'd like to express our thanks to those
who have helped us.
Mr. Bill Renfro for numerous class pictures and a wonderful
Mr. Gary McCullough, Consultant, Delmar Printing Company
Mr. Ralph Van Dyke, Cover Design
Faculty and Administration
Sponsors and Patrons for their support
Homeroom Annual Representatives
Mr. Byron Baldwin and all the photographers, especially Neil
Holder, Harry Jenkins, and Paul Haddock
Motown for the use of the lyrics to "Corner of the Sky"
The MUSTANG Stafffor their support, hard work, and many long
hours oftyping, writing captions, and counting headlines.
Mrs. Nancy Elmore, our dedicated advisor, for listening and for
letting us have our own book but leading us in the right
Helen Steve Patty
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