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1 977 FALCON 

YORK HIGH SCHOOL 
YORKTOWN, VIRGINIA 
23690 
VOLUME 23 


THE TIMES OF 
YOUR LIFE 


here comes the setting sun . . . 








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GOODMORNING 

VESTERDAV 



Good morning yesterday — 2 
Gather moments while you may — 14 
The good times and the bad — 32 
Memories left behind — 58 
Seasons passing one by one — 110 
Collect the dreams you dream today — 176 





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MISTY YESTERYEARS 


Gained without knowing. 

Work 
Spare time 
In school and out 
In fun 

and in seriousness. 
Discovered something new 
as each day passed. 

Together. 
Warmth and pride 
not to be smothered by 
conflict and disadvantage. 










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A DAY IN THE LIFE 




Typical day 

In the morning, 7-1 1 for donuts 
or catching up on last night's 
homework. 

Cheerleaders, attendance envelopes 
Trashcan catching drips from ceiling 
Tardy? Check in main office 
Lunch. Forty cents 
Announcements: 

Ernie Braganza and Mr. Sullivan 
Smoking area or back to class. 





Seniors dismissed 
Announcements 
Bus changes 
2:20 

Sighs of relief 
Trains of cars 
Headed once ago 
to 7-11. 




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Classes — 

Uninterested, sick with boredom. 
Pep rallies — 

Jump high, scream, spirit! 
Appreciation — 

Mr. Turpin, Mr. Milam, Mr. Page. 

Friendship 

Flirting 

Oh yea? 

Smoking again? 

No, it’s chocolate milk. 

Elections — 

Carter, Ford 
peanuts, bologna 
Excitement 
Enthusiasm 
Whoops! 

Pay attention. 


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Underclasses 

and various clubs 

entered eye-catching floats. 

Mime troupe gave balloons. 
Keyettes and Key Club threw candy 
Clowns, cheerleaders, bands 
marched on to school 
to watch Mighty Falcons 
smear Gloucester 27-7 
in the pouring rain. 




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REACH BACK 


Voting by student body 
decided Homecoming Court. 

Football Team 
decided the crown. 
Busch Gardens — portrait location 

Halftime 
Downpour 
Beauty compensates for 
foul weather. 
Pride and excitement 
as Barbara Babcock is 
crowned queen. 
Stacy Langston, Lisa Whitman — 
Senior attendants. 
Janet Adams and Joan Birdsong 
represented Junior class, 
with Sophomores Sherrie Ware 
and Sandra Wescott. 
Freshman beauties 
were Anne Murphy and 
Gail Stahl. 
Majesty 
and memories. 


BARBARA BABCOCK — HOMECOMING QUEEN 





LISA WHITMAN — SENIOR 


STACY LANGSTON — SENIOR 





JOAN BIRDSONG — JUNIOR 


SANDRA WESTCOTT 
SOPHOMORE 


ANNE MURPHY — FRESHMAN 


JANET ADAMS — JUNIOR 


SHERRIE WARE — SOPHOMORE 


GAIL STAHL — FRESHMAN 












GATHER MOMENTS 

WHILE you MAY 


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MR. MILAM 


Fifth year as 
Head Decision Maker 
Battleground for sophisticated argument 

Final signature 
Anti-smoking area 
Anti-skipper 
Coordinator 
Supervisor of administration 
and student body 
Dedicated 
Understanding 
Spirited 
Supportive 
Respected 
Necessary. 
Mr. Claude W. Milam 




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Mr. Page 


Mr. Millard Page is swamped with paper work. 


Millard Page enjoys another school lunch. 


Mr. Page finds time to smile on a Monday. 


Calculated! 

Optimistic 

Shrewd 

Victor in all arguments. 

Conservative. 

Always seeking perfection. 

“Young man, pick up that lunch tray!" 
No skipping 

Absolutely NO Skipping! 

A discreet man 
Silent in thought 
Social in opinion 
Educated-guesser 
The mystery man 
The disciplinarian 
The Assistant Principal 
Mr. Millard F. Page 


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Mr. Carter 

Friendly 
Helpful 
Persistent 
Always planning ahead. 

Outgoing 
Leisurely 
Guidance head 
Schedule changer 
Problem solver. 
Ever present. 
Mr. Richard Carter 



Mr. Dick Carter arranges another guidance appointment. 



Mr. Carter smiles in the face of disaster. 


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Mr. Sullivan 

Activities coordinator 

Head of the Musical 

Head of Mime Troupe 

Sports announcer 

Cafeteria announcements 

Man in charge of concession stand 

Get your Cokes? 

Popcorn anyone? 

Warm, friendly 

Smiling, laughing, understanding 
Joking 

A man of the world! 

A man of York 
Mr. Michael Sullivan 



Mr. Mike Sullivan takes a needed break. 




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Our school prides itself in 



Mr. Bill Cogbill grades the last "A" test paper. 



Mr. Thomas Forrest makes his point clear. 



Mr. Almonrode 



Mr. Beatty 



Mrs. Buchanan 



Mrs. Cooke 



Miss Beverly 



Miss Clements 



Mr. Crouch 




Mrs. Beasley 


Mrs. Brauns 



Mr. Cogbill 



Mr. Darden 


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producing high quality students . . . 



Mrs. Deal 


Mrs. Donaldson 


Mr Dunn 






Counselor, Mabel Cooke, checks over scheduling problem with student, Nick Van Tuinen. 


Mr. Dutton 


Mr. Eckelberg 


Mrs. Ellis 


ROLAND ALMONRODE — Mathematics; Sponsor 

— Freshman class. He enjoys golf and sings with a 
Barbershop Quartet. 

ANN BARNARD — Business. 

MARION BEASLEY — R.N.; She enjoys crocheting. 

LOU BEATTY — Industrial Arts; Sponsor — 
Photography Club. He enjoys C.B.’s and hunting. 

JOYCE BEVERLY — Foreign Language, History; 
Sponsor — National Honor Society. She enjoys 
traveling and listening to jazz and classical music. 

JOYCE BRAUNS — Home Economics; Co-Sponsor 

— FHA. She enjoys sewing and cooking. 

PEGGY BUCHANAN — Librarian. 

MYRA CLEMENTS — Science; Sponsor — Junior 
Class, Science Club. She enjoys needlecraft and 
sewing. 

WILLIAM COGBILL — History; Coach — Football, 
wrestling, track. Sponsor — Pep Club. He enjoys 
sailing. 

MABEL COOKE — Guidance; She enjoys reading 
and group singing. 

MICHAEL CROUCH — Physical Education, 
Mathematics; Assistant Football Coach. He enjoys 
all sports. 

WALTER DARDEN — Biology; Sponsor — Junior 
Class. Awards Committee. He enjoys reading and 
politics. 

MARY DEAL — Mathematics; Sponsor — 
Cheerleaders. She enjoys sewing. 

JUDITH DONALDSON — Mathematics; Sponsor 

— Sophomore Class. She enjoys needlepoint, 
crewel work and she actively supports ERA. 

STEPHEN DUNN — History, Social Studies; JV 
Football Coach, Assistant Track Coach. 

THOMAS DUTTON — History. 

DAVID ECKELBERG — English, Sponsor — Chess 
Club. He enjoys sports, music, and books. 

MARY ELLIS — Visiting teacher. 


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one possible reason for this could be 





Mrs. Maggie Macklin expresses herself. 


Mrs. Gouger 


Mr. Erasmi 


Mr. Forrest 


Mrs. Eyre 


Mr. Frink 


Mrs. Harris 


Mr. Hovis 


Mr. Danny Peters tries to work in the Science storeroom. 


Mr. Harrison 


Mrs. Gregory 


Mr. Hines 


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the fact that we have 




Miss Jackson 


Mrs. Hughes 




Mrs. James 


Mrs. Johnson 



Mrs. Lillian Johnson discusses the joy of art. 



Nurse, Mrs. Marion Beasley, relaxes during a quiet moment. 



Mrs. Johnston 


Mr. Joyce 



CHARLES ERASMI — Guidance; Sponsor — Senior 
Class. 

SARAH EYRE — Mathematics; Sponsor — Senior 
Class. She enjoys fishing, boating, tennis and 
homemaking. 

THOMAS FORREST — Music; Director of Choral 
Groups. 

ABRAM FRINK — Vocational Education, Masonry; 
He enjoys hunting and fishing. Serves on the Board 
of Supervisors for James City County. 

ETHEL GOUGER — English; Sponsor — S.C.A. 
Awards Committee. She enjoys swimming, biking 
and sewing. 

ELEANOR GREGORY — Guidance; Sponsor — 
Sophomore class. 

JENNA HARRIS — Business, C.O.E. Coordinator; 
Sponsor — F.B.L.A.; Faculty Senate. 

JOHN HARRISON — Foreign Language; Sponsor 

— Spanish Club. He enjoys traveling and observing 
people. 

JAMES HINES — Music; Band Director. He enjoys 
playing the trumpet and fishing. 

CHARLES HOVIS — Physical Education; Sponsor 

— Junior Class. His hobbies are hunting and 
fishing. He enjoys all sports. 

AUDRENE HUGHES — Mathematics; Co-sponsor 
Math Club. She enjoys hockey and country music. 

BONNIE JACKSON — Permanent Substitute; 
Assists with field hockey, gymnastics. She enjoys all 
sports and working with arts and crafts. 

VEETA JAMES — Vocational Education; Sponsor 

— Freshman Class. Her interests include interior 
and fashion design. 

LILLIAN JOHNSON — Art; Sponsor — Eboracum, 
Art Club, Talon, Yearbook; Faculty Senate; Musical 
publicity. She enjoys sleeping. 

DONNA JOHNSTON — Social Studies; Sponsor 

— Senior Class, Keyettes. 

JOHN JOYCE — Vocational Ed.; Sponsor — VICA. 


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an outstanding faculty and staff 



Miss Lind 


Mrs. Larrimore 





Mrs. Macklin 


Mrs. Mills 




Mrs. Moore 


Mr. Northstein 



Mr. Steve Wirt sweeps up after a long day. 





Mrs. Knight 


Mr. Lyons 


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Mr. Grayson Williams finds a moment away from the driving range. 






Mrs. Myres 


Mr. Parker 


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hat strives at making 



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Mr. Parkhurst 




Mrs. Rush 



Mrs. Sadler 



Mrs. Perkins 


Mr. Peters 




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Mr. Podbesek 



Mrs. Susan Sadler prepares to enjoy her lunch break. 


DIANE KNIGHT — Business; Co-sponsor F.B.L.A. 
Her hobbies are working with all types of crafts. 

ZANETTE LARRIMORE — Business; Co-sponsor 
F.B.L.A. She enjoys crocheting, reading and 
traveling. 

CYNTHIA LIND — Foreign Language; Sponsor 
Latin Club, German Club, Sophomore Class. She 
collects dolls and enjoys reading and sewing. 

WILLIAM LYONS — Physical Education; Football 
Coach, Athletic Director; Sponsor — Monogram 
Club. His favorite sports are tennis and golf. 

MAGGIE MACKLIN — Mathematics; Co-sponsor 
Math Club. She enjoys sewing and working on logic 
problems. 

LISA MILLS — Art; Sponsor — Freshman Class; 
technical director for musical. She enjoys painting, 
leatherwork and sewing. 

AMY MOORE — Foreign language; English; 
Sponsor — Pep Club. She likes reading, 
needlework and working with plants. 

ELEANOR MYERS — English. Her hobbies include 
sewing, gardening and quilt making. 

JOHN NORTHSTEIN — Science. Teaching is his 
hobby. 

WILLIAM PARKER — Distributive education sponsor 
— D.E. Club. He enjoys listening to and singing to 
music. 

BRIAN PARKHURST — English; Spiritual advisor for 
football team. His hobbies include photography, 
woodworking and tennis. 

REBA PERKINS — English. She enjoys dancing and 
handwork. 

DANIEL PETERS — Science; Sponsor — Senior 
Class, Science Club. His interests are in horticulture, 
fishing and photography. 

KEN PINZEL — Chemistry; Sponsor — Junior 
Class, Camping Club. 

MARTIN PODBESEK — Mathematics; Sponsor — 
Senior Class, Key Club. His hobby is working with 
stained glass. 

HELEN ROBINSON — Business; Co-sponsor — 
F.B.L.A. 

FLORENCE RUSH — English; Sponsor — Senior 
Class. Faculty Senate. She enjoys reading, 
embroidery and gardening. 

SUSAN SADLER — English; Sponsor — 

Sophomore Class. She enjoys reading, grading 
papers and planning lessons. 


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each student’s mind, strong, 



Mrs. Mary Ellis checks over her morning work. 



Miss Seawell 




Mr. Sam Jackson reviews homework assignment. 



Miss Spruiell 


Mr. Sullivan 



Miss Walker 




Mr. Shamblin 






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Mrs. Thompson 


Mr. Story 


Mr. Steele 



Mr. Swartz 



Mrs. Westcott 


Miss Watson 


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sharp, and diligent. 



Mrs. Wilcher 


Mr. Williams 


Mrs. White 





Mr. Steve Zalumas enjoys a quiet moment. 


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NANCY SEAWELL — Music; She enjoys crafts and 
listening to chamber music. 

ROBERT SHAMBLIN — Physical Education; Coach 
— Male and Female basketball teams. 

OLIVIA SMITH — Mathematics; Sponsor — 
Sophomore Class. She enjoys reading, gardening 
and sewing. 

HATTIE SPRUIELL — Social Studies; Sponsor — 
Afro-American History Club. She is involved in 
community work with the Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Sorority. 

ROBERT STEELE — Guidance; Sponsor — Junior 
Class. His hobbies are woodworking, reading, and 
electronics. 

DAN STORY — NJROTC; Co-sponsor — NJROTC 
Drill Team and Color Guard. 

MICHAEL SULLIVAN — English; Activities Director; 
Drama Director for Musicals. He enjoys outdoor 
sports. 

WILLIAM SWARTZ — Vocational Education. 

NANCY THOMPSON — English, Social Studies; 
Sponsor — Freshman Class. She enjoys reading, 
cooking and dogs. 

DIANE WALKER — Physical Education. She enjoys 
camping, tennis, golf, bowling and music. 

BETTY WATSON — Physical Education; Coach — 
gymnastics and field hockey. 

KATHLEEN WESTCOTT — Home Economics; 
Sponsor — Junior Class, F.H.A. She enjoys 
boating, camping and working with crafts. 

MARGARET WHITE — Business; Sponsor — 
F.B.L.A.; Yearbook. Her hobbies include sewing and 
ceramics. 

OLIVIA WILCHER — English; Faculty Senate. She 
enjoys crocheting, sewing, reading and music. 

GRAYSON WILLIAMS — Drivers Education; He 
enjoys girl watching. 

KEN WILTSHIRE — N.J.R.O.T.C.; Sponsor — 
NJROTC Color Guard and Drill Team. He is an 
amateur radio enthusiast. 


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STEVE WIRT — Industrial Arts; Sponsor — 
Sophomore Class. He enjoys furniture making, golf, 

tennis. 

LAURA WORST — Permanent Substitute. She 
enjoys arts and crafts, sewing and reading. 

BECKY WRIGHT — Social Studies; Coach — JV 
Girls Basketball. She enjoys water sports, swimming 

and jogging. 

STEVE ZALUMAS — Social Studies; Business 
Manager for Musical. He enjoys gardening and 

traveling. 



Mrs. Worst 


Mrs. Wright 


Mr. Wirt 





Mr. Lou Beatty demonstrates the use of a camera. 


Mr. Zalumas 


Secretaries 

and 

Aides 

Typewriters 
Attendance bulletins 
Letters to parents 
Schedule changes 
Records 
Bulletins 
Finances 
Tardies 
Never ending reports 
Necessary. 



Mrs. Mary Ann Bishop 
Secretary 



Mrs. Fran Newcomb 
Aide 


Mrs. Betty Hogge 
Secretary 



Mrs. Nelda Pippin 
Secretary 



Mrs. Toni Murphy 
Aide 



Mrs. Millie Simmons 
Aide 


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Mrs. Louise Terry 
Aide 



Mrs. Donna Soles 
Secretary 



Mrs. Pat Sparrer 
Aide 



Booster Club 

Welcomed teachers in August 
With luncheon. 

Annual cheese sale 
Donated funds to school 
Participated in school functions 
York High Day Booth 
Ever present 
Appreciated 
Supportive. 

BOOSTER CLUB MEMBERS: Mrs. Feme Gapsynski, Mr. Robert Haagsma, Mrs. Mary Beth Rus- 
sell, Mrs. Myrtle Stephens and Mrs. Harriet Adkins hope for big cheese profits. 

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Cafeteria 



Mrs. Anna Black 


Head dietician 
Mrs. Mary Shields 
Hard working staff 
Forever smiling 
40 cents, please 
Hamburgers 
Milk shakes 
Friday fish 
NO credit 
Dependable 
Vital 



Mrs. Peggy Fink 



Mrs. Mary Dennis and Mrs. Dora Perdue serve a typical Friday meal. 




Mrs. Malacia Cooke 



Mrs. Marie Foster 


Mrs. Audrey Joyner 



Mrs. Carrie Miles 



Mrs. Mary Dennis 



Mrs. Becky Gurley 



Mrs. Jane Knight 



Mrs. Dora Perdue 


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Mr. Will Sedgwick 



W to. 

Mr. Rodney Rucker 



Mrs. Elsie Tyler 



Mrs. Bea Wells 


Custodians/Maintenance 

Plant Manager 
Mr. Joseph Hudgins 
Reliable 
Broom pushing 
Vacuum sweeping 
Faucet fixing 
Heat regulating 
Dependable 
Essential 


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THE GOOD TIMES 
AND THE BAD 


Varsity 

Football 

Long, hard practices 
August heat 
New head coach. Bill Lyons 
Can we do it? 
First game 
Panthers fell 
To awesome ground attack 
Reggie Evans 
With 250 yards 
and two touchdowns 
Luck or skill? 
Trial two 
Falcons beat Parkview 
Definitely skill 
We were hot! 
Falcons felt confident 
Could it last? 
Problems! 
Tabb 

Can’t win 'em all. 



Jubilant after a touchdown, Brian Wroten congratulates Reggie Evans. 



Punting the ball back down the field is Steve Summerfield. Coaches Bill Cogbill and Steve Dunn assist Marlon Foster. 


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. . . And seems satisfied with the results. Carrying the ball past Bruton's Brenner Carter, is Falcon runner Steve Hervey. 


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Front row — Alton Whitby, Lowell McKlintock, James Carter, Pat Harvey, Steve Hervey, Rusty Ingram, Reggie Evans, Marlon Foster, Ralph Robert 
Steve Summerfield, Jim Hodges, Alan Childers, Dave Perea, Charlie Gantt; Second row — Scott Middleton, John Angel, Henry Vann, Brian Wroten, Ti 
Sundy, Tony Hoehn, Wendell Shields, Bob Roberts, Monty Briscoe, Mark Rushing, Donald Moore, Bruce Haskett, Winston, Lewis, Jerome Washingto 
Back row — David Scarlet (trainer), Reggie Montgomery, Tim Harnois, Ricky Johnson, Alan Blow, Don Pierce, Tom Fralich, Jim Hurst, Julio Roberts (mai 
ager). Bob Brinkman. 


Homecoming 
A feeling of victory in the air 
On the field 
We downed Gloucester 
But another disappointment 
Pembroke tied 
Non-conference game 
Denbigh 
Great effort 
Not quite enough 
Time for comeback 
John F. Kennedy next in line 
Led by quarterback Rusty Ingram 
Falcons emerged 
Last game 
Northampton 
Successful season 
6 - 2-1 



Steve Hervey pushes ahead for the touchdown. 


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SEPTEMBER 1 0 

Reggie Evans Leads York Ground Game 

over Bruton 26-0 


OCTOBER 8 

Late, Long March By York Helps Top 
Dukes In 26-7 Win 


SEPTEMBER 1 8 

York Routs Park View; Trio Shines 

40-0 


SEPTEMBER 24 
York Conquers Varina By 25-0 
Offense Clicks 




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OCTOBER 1 


Dippety-Do, Defense Too; Tabb Topples 
Falcons 6-0 



OCTOBER 1 5 
Pembroke. York Tie 7-7 


OCTOBE 

Denbigh Starts Slow; Hits York wit 
21-13 Setback 


Brian Wroten shows concern¥or his team. 



NOVEMBER 5 
Evans Gains 1000 Yards; 
York Beats Northampton 40-32 


J.V. Football 

New Coach Steve Dunn 
Hoped for success 
First game brought frustration 
Bruton 6-6 
Fighting Falcons kept trying 
Faced disappointment 
Pembroke came through 
12-14 

Beat by Gloucester 

6-14 



Pressing forward is Jeff Gantt. 



Caught in a clinch, Kernell Washington, fights for control. 



Facing the opposition, Kernell Washington runs for a touchdown. 



J.V. Falcons kick for the extra point 


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Craig Wertz blocks for the offense. 



Kevin Scott head towards the end zone and six 
points. 

Fabulous Falcons broke through with 
Strength and encouragement 
Aroused by success over Bruton 
13-0 

Last game of season found Falcons 

Defeated by Pembroke 

6-14 

J.V.’s ended season 
Prepared for next year 
Ready for strike again. 


Front row — Johnny Fox, Kevin Scott, Frank Brewer, Tyronne Roderick Holland; Second row — Winston 
Churchill, Jeff Sweeney, Mike Gleason, Kenny Jutras, Greg Gilbert, Sam Carboinel, Mike Johnson; Third 
row — Mark Brantley, Zac Edwards, Herbert Keefer, Randy Kimray, Terry Tyler, Mike Wade, Jeff Hill, Hor- 
ace Washington; Fourth row — Kevin Samuels, Phil Marquis, Kenny Davis, Andy Mueller, Daniel Driver, 
Paul Hoppe, Coach Dunn, Coach Street; Third row — Jeff Gantt, Jim Player, Walter Hester, Kernell Wash- 
( ington, Keith Walker, Richard Holmes, Ricky Johnson; Back row — Mike Johnson, Harriston Washington, 
Ron Manning, Craig Wertz. 


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The all time favorites, knee socks and saddle shoes, identified the 
ever-present cheerleaders. 


Riding a Corvette in the Homecoming Parade, Vanessa Robinson smiles for the crowds. 






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Varsity Cheerleaders practice for perfection after school. 


Chris Shain bounces into a victory jump after a Falcon touchdown. 


Varsity Cheerleaders 



Mrs. Mary Deal, Sponsor, takes a break with Jo Ash 
and Sue Foss. 


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Janet Adams prepares to escort basketball players at a pep 
rally. 


Peppy 

Pretty 

Positive 

Varsity Cheerleaders 
Rose to any occasion 
With smiles and enthusiasm 
In victory and defeat 
Organized training tables 
Sent "falcon-grams” 

Made spirit posters 

Planned pep rallies 

Sponsored football banquet 

and Basketball Sweetheart nominations 

Gave treats to "jocks" 

Fans of every sport 
Hours of long hard prachee 
To Promote spirit 
And arouse team morale. 



VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Front row — Darlene Gillikin, Vanessa Robinson, Alisa Prillamon; Second row — Gwen 
Gillikin, Chris Shain; Third row — Jocelyn Ashby, Ureka Ware, Sue Foss; Back row — Janet Adams, Barbara Bab- 
tock, Stacy Langston. 



Varsity Cheerleaders portray Bruton foot- 
ball players in a skit. 



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Stacy Langston watches a wrestling match 
and shows great concern for her team. 





Front row — Pam Evans, Allison McDaniels; Second row — Diane Keller, Chris Scott, Sherry Ware, Melissa Bartec; 
Last row — Katie Bailey, Julie Jones, Sherry Labowski. 


J.V. 

Cheerleaders 

Incredible enthusiasm and patience 
Young, inspired girls 
Kept up confidence 
And enhanced spirit at games, pep rallies 
Twelve little mouths 
All in a row 
Afternoon games. 
Grandstands full. 
Spirit, spirit, spirit. 





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Led by Captain Sherry Ware, J.V. Cheerleaders keep up 
spirit in the stands. 



Arousing support for Falcons, Karen Rhinehart, Chi 
Scott, and Allison McDaniels cheer their team on. 



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Melissa Bartec, Chris Scott, Julie Jones, Katie Bailey, or 
Diane Keller are "fired up." 


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Front row — Terri Porker, Captain; Second row — Deborah Cain, Susan Forman; Third row 
Fourth row — Kim Weakley, Cathy Curfman; Back row — Cheryl Williams. 


Cindy McPherson, Pam Musick, 


Majorettes 

Entertaining spectators 
Half-time shows 
Parades 
Twirling fire 
Sparkling uniforms 
Smiles, talent, grace 
Resulted from 
Long, hard practices. 
Majorettes 
Always up to par 
Supportive, 

Dedicated 
Led Falcons 
Onward to victory. 



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Leading a half-time show, Terri Parker twirls with skill. 


Majorettes set the pace for Falcon Band and the rest of the Homecoming Parade. 


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Vanessa Smith exhibits great form. 


Field Hockey 

Heat Wave! 
Practice, Practice, Practice. 
Wind sprints and muddy fields. 

Hard working girls 
Dribble, pass, drive 
Center bully. 
Multiple bruises 
Sore shins 
Not an extraordinary season 
But team work and spirit 
Remained high. 

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Striving for perfection, Nancy Moul tackles Walsingham player, Rita Gardner. 



Front row — Jeannie Wakelyn, Mary Mitchem; Second row — Jeannie Quarles, Lorie Quarles; Third row — Devon 
Jones, Kathy Stubbs, Miss Bonnie Jackson,- Back row — Leslie Mann, Mary Hollup, Alice Emery, Coach Betty Watsor 
Back row — Brenda Ragan, Diane Smith, Nancy Moul, Jeannie Smith, Carolyn Blaha, Susan Ball. 


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Team co-captains, Mary Mitchem and Jeannie Wakelyn 



Thinking about the game, Rhonda Rouse is startled by photographer. 


First game 

York and Bruton tie 

0-0 

Next 

York and Gloucester 

0- 3 

Walsingham Academy vs. York 
J.V.: 0-1 
Varsity: 1 -2 
Come on girls, 

Get on the stick! 

William and Mary, 

Competition and experience 

Tie games 
York vs. Bruton 
Old team buddies! 

1 - 1 

York vs. Walsingham 
1-1 

Gloucester again, 

0-3 

7-0 

6 - 0 . 



Lorie Quarles and Alice Emery plan strategy against Walsingham player, 
Rita Gardner. 


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Front row — Ed Drabick, Mark Austin, Charles Spi- 
vey, Lloyd Wheeler, Dennis Hoare, Guy Levy, John 
White. Back row — Coach Sam Jackson, Mark Rob- 
inson, Billy Harris, Donny Chris, Chris Scott, Leigh 
Armistead, Lon Levy, Karen Drabik, Manager. 



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Cross Country 

Determined 
Always on the move 
Co-captains 
Mark Austin and Charlie Spivey 
Led the way 
To Regionals 
Second Place 
State competition 
Rewarding 
Coach Samuel Jackson 
Did it again. 



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The team rallies around Coach Sam Jackson tor advice. 



Always loyal to the Alma Mater, the track team forms a 


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Readying for a meet, the team limbers up. 


First meet 
Pembroke 
Tie; 28-28 

Falcons won over Bruton 
15-48 

Gloucester next 
Another win 
22-35 
Last meet 
Tabb 

Our only loss 
48-15 

A winning season 
A record of which to be proud. 


Hamming for the photographer, the team is watched by coach Sam Jackson. 


A welcome addition, freshman members learn the ropes. 


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Girl’s 

Basketball 



JV player, Kim Montgomery tries her skill as Pam 
Moore looks on. 


Fantastic season 
Coach Bob Shamblin expressed promising 

enthusiasm 
Leading scorers were 
Debbie Gregory and Terri Walker 
Leading rebounders were 
Gwynn Drewry and Debbie Gregory 
Playmaker, Rhonda Daily 
Best Defensive Players — 
Chris Hill, Terri Walker, and Rhonda Daily 
York River District Champions 1 976 
Pressure, work, talent! 
On to Regionals — 
Runners-up 
Finals — 
Disappointment strikes 
Defeated by Franklin 
Honored by Y.H.S. peers, faculty and 

staff. 
Great Year. 



Front row — Nadene Robinson, Terry Walker, Rhonda Dailey, Deborah Gregory, Gwynn Drewry, Chris Hill; Secoi 
— Julie Williams, Luanne Morris, Sherry Fields, Yolanda Robinson, Patricia Opie; last row — Coach Bob She 
Ka|uansa Dickson, Melissa Roberts, Kathy Fields. 



Kathy Fields practices her dribbling before game time. 


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Tense moments as Gw/n Drewry expresses extreme concentration. 


First game of season 
York beat Charles City 46-30 
Turn around 

York lost to Gloucester 36-41 
Is success beginning? 

York beat Bruton 66-43 
York defeated by Tabb 26-33 
Big disappointment. 

Followed by a winning streak 
York vs. Gloucester 53-28 
York vs. Pembroke 65-35 
York vs. Charles City 58-30 
York vs. Pembroke again 47-37 
Luck or skill??? 

York defeated Bruton 39-32 
York won over New Kent 47-31 
York beat Tabb 45-34 
Obviously it's skill!!! 

York River District Champions 
York beat Bruton 44-25 
York beat Pembroke 65-59 
On to Regionals 
York begins to move 
York over Forest Glen 
63-62 

York beat Bluestone 73-64 
Defeated by Franklin 48-71 
Ended season as Regional Runners-up 



Superstar, Deborah Gregory, makes two extra points on a foul shot. 


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Varsity 

Basketball 

Six Seniors 
close out their careers. 
Coach Bob Shamblin 
Hard practices and team work 
All paid off 
Jumpshots 
Foul shots 
Free throws 
Two points 
Rebounds 
Spirited crowds 
Exciting games 



Reggie Evans scores against Denbigh. 



Coach Shamblin goes over last minute details 

with the Stephenson twins. Rusty Ingram and Denbigh player, John Randall, tight for possession of the ball. 



Front row — Chauncey Whitby, Mike Waclawski, Mitchell Johnson, Rusty Ingram, Henry Vann; Second row — George Stephenson, Denn 
Dawkins, Tom Stephenson, Donald Tabb, Reggie Evans; Third row — Steve Summerfield, Stanley Gray. 


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Tom Stephenson wotches Denbigh player Randy Brown for his next move 


Regular season record, 9-1 2 

District record, 2-6, 4th place 

Runner-up in Gloucester Christmas Tournament 

Two players on All-Tournament Team, 

Rusty Ingram and Reggie Evans 

Three players on All-York River District Team, 

First team — Reggie Evans 

Second team — Tom Stephenson 

Second team — Wayne Spencer 



Chauncey Whitby shows off his dribbling technique. 



Reggie Evans vies for rebound against Denbigh player, Randy Brown 



George Stephenson outreaches Michael Blow for opening tip off. 


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JV Basketball 


Skill 

Coordination, 
Concentration, 
Dedication. 
Junior team, 
Varsity techniques 
Learning while playing 
Experience for upcoming years. 

Practice, Practice! 
Dribbles, 
Jumpshots, 
Foul shots, 
All part of the game 
Future looks successful. 



Jeff Gantt goes up for the rebound 



Walter Hester taps the opening tip off against Norfolk Collegiate. 



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Kneeling — Carl Carbonell, Johnny Fox, Kernell Washington, Sam Cavallero; Standing — Keith Dennis, Janes Wallace, Bill Heil, Keith Walker, Walter 
Hester, Lee Norris, Rodney Manning, Jeff Gantt, Jon Middleton, Winston Chruchill, Barry Taylor. 






Johnny Fox shoots for two. 


J.V. BASKETBALL 
13-7 


York 

35 

Lafayette 

43 

York 

67 

N. Collegiate 

80 

York 

51 

Varina 

50 

York 

47 

Denbigh 

57 

York 

52 

Ladysmith 

24 

York 

41 

Bruton 

39 

York 

28 

Lafayette 

30 

York 

55 

Varina 

49 

York 

39 

Denbigh 

44 

York 

29 

Lafayette 

28 

York 

39 

Pembroke 

42 

York 

43 

Bruton 

30 

York 

42 

Ladysmith 

41 

York 

46 

Gloucester 

42 

York 

68 

N. Collegiate 

45 

York 

72 

Tabb 

67 

York 

45 

Pembroke 

67 

York 

43 

Bruton 

37 

York 

52 

Tabb 

51 

York 

56 

Gloucester 

50 



Kernell Washington attempts foul shot. 


Key player, Kernell Washington, dribbles to victory. 


Johnny Fox attempts a free throw. 


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Front row — Coach Bonnie Jackson, Peggy Robinson, Natalie Roberts, Brenda Williams, Nancy Moul, Tammy 
Womack, Mary Mitchem, Trainer Teresa Healy, Coach Betty Watson; Second row — Deanna Castle, Jeanne 
Quarles, Lisa McKeel, Becky Costello, Jeanne Wakelyn, Barbara Babcock, Carol Moore, Gwen Gillikin, Chris 
Shain, Lynn Carteret. 


Trainer, Teresa Healy and Coach Bonnie Jackson display 
mixed emotions over the routine. 



Gwen Gillikin discusses her scores with Coach 
Watson and Barbara Babcock as Becky Costello 
listen. 


Defeat — 
Never heard of. 
Victory! Victory! Victory! 

York vs. Tabb 
237.40 to 175.70 
York vs. Bruton 
197 to 103 
Keep it up girls! 
York vs. Pembroke 
21 5.20 to 85.05 
On to Districts 
York 156.30, Tabb 142.78 
Bruton 96.28, Pembroke 26,1 2 
Regionals 

York 1 56.30, Matoaca 1 47.32 
Tabb 142.78, Southampon 
York Women — The Champs! 


Carol Moore receives last minute tips from Mary Mitchem 
and Nancy Moul. 



Team Captains — Mary Mitchem, Gwen Gillikin and Jeanne 
Quarles. 



Jeanne Quarles performs famous backhand spring 
off of the horse. 



Gymnastics 





Janet Adams begins floor routine. 



Mary Mitchem leaps over the horse. 



Gwen Gillikin displays grace and skill. 


Floor exercises 
Bars 

Horse . . . Beam 
On the beat 
Finish with a flourish 
Meets — 

Accumulation of points 
Flawless performance 
Applause 

District and Regional Champions 
Gwen Gillikin and Mary Mitchem 
On to State Competition 


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JV Wrestling 

Junior grapplers 
Many new to 
The sport 
Succeeded in 
Learning 
Ins and outs 
Holds and vises 
Stamina and endurance 
Necessary to win 



TEAM MEMBERS: Jeff Carter, Mike Parker, Toby Blow, Jay Ross, Brian Wilson. 


Varsity 

Wrestling 

Mat burns 
Bone-breaking holds 
Long practices 
Steamy rooms 
Physical torture of 
Exhaustive grappling 
Two minutes left 
Wrestlers refused to be pinned 
All the practice 
Paid off 



Front row — Tony Woodward, Roland Ellis, Allen Blow; Second row — Marlon Foster, Mark Austin; Back row — Wayne 
Drewry, David Parker, Jerome Whitley. 



Marlon Foster uses strength and technique to pin his opponent. 


Kirk Williamson struggles with opponent to victory. 


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VARSITY WRESTLING 
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Several team members watch meet attentively. 


York 

20 

York 

8 

York 

27 

York 

14 

York 

24 

York 

28 

York 

1 1 

York 

47 

York 

42 

York 

6 

York 

13 

York 

28 

York 

23 

York 

2 

York 

12 


Hampton 

35 

Spotsylvania 

57 

Gloucester 

32 

Kecoughtan 

41 

Chatham 

31 

Heritage 

25 

Brookville 

44 

Bruton 

12 

Pembroke 

10 

Tabb 

47 

Pembroke 

46 

Bruton 

21 

Gloucester 

30 

Tabb 

63 

Poquoson 

48 



Allen Blow prepares to initiate one of his brilliant takedowns. James Carter struggles with determined grappler. 


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MEMORIES 
LEFT BEHIND 




SCA 

Student 
Cooperative 
Association 
New council 
New ideas 
Thanksgiving food drive 
Post game dances 



Reggie Evans and Rusty Ingram look into the newspaper for S.C.A. scrapbook material. 



S.C.A. OFFICERS: Susan Ball, Parliamentarian; Rusty Ingram, Reporter; Jody Soles, Treasurer; Reggie 
Evans, Secretary; Lucy Alfriend, Vice-President; Debra Abrams, President; Mrs. Ethel Gouger, Adviser. 



Treasurer Jody Soles enjoys S.C.A. work sessions. 



Mr. Mike Sullivan, Activities Coordinator, is always around to lend a 
helping hand. 


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Debra Abrams inspects new S.C.A. sponsored activity ideas. 


Christmas projects 
Toys for tots 
Assembly programs 
Open ears 
Open minds 
Open for suggestions 
Active 
Effective 

CLASS REPRESENTATIVES: Front — Amy Grogan, Elaine Dobbins, Belynda Runyan; Second row — Sarah 
Alfriend, Cindy Madison, Donna Albrecht, Suzanne Gapcynski, Amy Stephens, Denise Forrest, Cindy 
Almonrode, Marjorie Washington; Back row — Stafford Braxton, Sandra Wood, Lisa Robinson, Alyssa 
Adkins, Renea Akins, Julie Kyser, Jay Sexton, Mabel Washington, Becky Schultz. 




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Donald Kehler, Brian Birdsong, Lynne Carteret, Miss Cynthia Lind. Donald Kehler demonstrates German flair. 


German 

Club 

Kickoff 
With bake sale 
German cakes 
Cookies. 
Trip to Busch Gardens 
Caroling in Germany! 
German style Christmas party. 
The spirit of Germany 
Lives on! 



Seated — Katy Dunn, Diane Belter, Miss Cynthia Lind; Standing — Bob Prato, Bobby Wright, Brian Birdsong. 


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| (afford, Braxton, Pres.; Mr. John Harrison, Sponsor; Melissa Roberts, Mindy Munoz, Mark Coracan, Treas.; Lon Levy, Susan Ball. 



Points of interest displayed by Stafford Brax- 
ton. 







Lon Levy, Stafford Braxton, Melissa Roberts, and Susan Ball get a head start. 


Spanish Club 

Que Pasa? 

Spanish Club 
Traveled 
Through 
Foreign material 
With . . . 

Educational Journeys 
Fiestas 

Meetings in Madrid 
Afternoon siestas. 


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Lyn Cornick and Amy Terrell discuss Latin problems. 


Latin captivates Laura Quass and Miss Cynthia Lind. 


Latin Club 

“Dead Language” 
Revived 
Devotees of Latin 
Expressed desire to 
Innovate projects 
Dealing with 
The study of this classical 
Language 



Miss Cynthia Lind, Gerald Squires, and Lyn Cornick smile for the 


CLUB MEMBERS: Amy Terrell, Laura Quass, Sponsor 
photographer. 


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Marjorie Washington and Dineen Lenz go over the finished product. 



Marjorie Washington and Cherylene Holland work hours after school typing and proofreading. 


Talon 


Hot Lines to 

Sports, recent activities 

Latest news 

Latest views 

Interesting by-lines 

Controversial subject 

Smoking Lounge, parking permits 

Small staff 

Big output. 



Cherylene Holland rushes to meet Talon deadline. 


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Falcon 

Yearbook staff 
Determined 
Ambitious 
Missed deadlines 
New ideas 
Old ideas 
Confusion 
Senior group picture 
Misunderstandings 



Randy Samuel smiles for a picture. 





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MEMBERS OF THE YEARBOOK STAFF: Seated — Vanessa Robinson, Terri Parker, Lisa Whitman; Standing: Wendy 
Thomas, Kelle Payne, Barbara Babcock, and Susan Forman are checking their work. 



Kent Blanton types up the faculty section. 



Rhonda Rouse busy looking for lost copy 


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HHH 




Vanessa Robinson and Mrs. Lillian Johnson, sponsor, work on year- 
book captions. 


Questionnaires 
Senior superlatives 
Picas, layouts, quad paks 
Deadline madness 
The calm after the storm 
"The Times of Your Life” 
Falcon 1977. 

At last. 



Lucy Alfriend checking over yearbook layouts. 


Susan Forman, Brian Wroten, Barbara Babcock, and Paul Rienth glance through past yearbooks. 


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President, Terri Parker adds finishing touches to Art Club pot. 


Art Club 

Diminished in size 
Increased in vigor and activity 
Above average artist 
Provided new ideas and mediums 
Talents put to work 
Numerous projects 
Sold hand-glazed ceramic mugs. 
Note cards, designed by members 
On the move — 
Visited art shows, art schools 
Trips to Washington, New York City 
On the rise. 



ART CLUB MEMBERS: Barbara Babcock, Terri Parker, Ann Ingrebritsen, Donna Busbin, Julie Kyser listen to club 
plans. 



Working on Christmas project is Lisa Whitman. 


Barbara Babcock shows off handy work. 


Kelly Jones is caught unaware by photographer. 




Mrs. Lillian Johnson thinking about what to write next. 




EBORACUM 

Talents incorporated 
Writers and artists united 
Poems 
Short stories 
Art work 

All combined by members 
Of Art Club 
To form the 1 977 
Eboracum Calendar. 


Barbara Babcock and Lisa Whitman share a humorous poem. 


Jody Woodward concentrates on an Eboracum possibility. 


Reviewing Eboracum short stories are Julie Kyser and Susan Kelly. 


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Photography 

Club 

Prosperous year 
Learned new techniques 
Photographic styles 
Printing and developing 
Professional portraits 
Time consuming 
Dedicated members 
Worthwhile 
Rewarding. 



Jim Foudriat, right, instructs Carolyn Reams in how to mix chemicals. 


Paul Rienth 



MEMBERS: Susan Forman, Carolyn Reams, Cynthia Hart, Paul Rienth, Wilburt Jones, Charles Maysby, Laureen Shingler, Jim Foudriat, Mr. Lou Beatty, Sponsor; Lori Hassenger, 
Doug Murrow. 


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Ed Drabik tests for clear sound. 



Yom McComb concentrates on his program. 


WYCS 

News, public service announcements 
Top 40 

Programmed performing arts 
Announced short scores 
Recorded Board of Supervisors meetings 
Interviews and commentaries 
Available as disc jockies for dances 
Provided music during lunch blocks 
Hard working 

Under direction of William Swartz 



Mr. William Swartz takes notes for his next meet- 
ing. 



TECHNICAL STAFF: Front row — Mark Sink, Joe Tabone, Kyle Lockstampter; Second row — Larry Roberson, Tim Worst, 
Gary Thomas, Greg Forrest, Bob Doster, Sponsor, Mr. William Swartz; Back row — Tony Fairfax, John Copeland, Steve 
Smith, Mark McAlister, Chuck Spivey. 



PROGRAMMING STAFF: Front row — John Barkley, Kathy McCartney, Harvey King, Lisa Hassinger, Kris Pederson, Joe 
Davis; Second row — Mr. William Swartz, Sponsor; Jack Chandler, David Weston, Ernie Braganza, Rose McCartney, 
Mike Ayers, Tom McComb; Back row — Ed Drabik, Mike Westfall, Lori Hassenger, Ray Jones, Rhonda Lowe, Gregg 
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Chess Club 

Mental activity 
Practiced mind over matter 
Skills needed to win 
Learned while playing 
Best five competed 
Against five from another school 
Teamwork 
Played as a team 
Won as a team 
It was all part of the game. 



Donna Harrison and Woody Howell par- Keith Fetterman concentrates on winning the match, 

ticipate in a little action. 



Mr. David Eckelberg helps Jeff Tucker with a new move. 



Chuck Spivey studies his next move. 



CHESS CLUB MEMBERS: Sitting — Chris Harrison, Teresa Hunting; 
Standing — Mr. David Eckelberg, Sponsor, Woody Howell, Donna 
Harrison, and Lori Hassinger. 






Chris Musial and Greg Gilbert study new ideas for science. 



MEMBERS: Front row — Andy Sebacher, David Richwine, Phillip Stallings, Keith Stewart, Jeff Gouger, and Andy Robins; 
Back row — Larie Yeatts, Greg Reid, Peter Hess, Chris Musial, Dave Olstad, and Tom McComb. 


Science Club 

Open to all students 
Scientific knowledge 
Trips 

Mountain Lake — hiking 
V.I.M.S. 

Back Bay 
Guest speakers 
Landscaping project 
Continued from '76 
Future scientists of the world. 



Sponsor, Myra Clements, oversees an experiment. 


Greg Reid concentrates on a new experiment. 



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Math Club 

2 + 2 = 5??? 
Brains at work, 
Learning, 
For the intelligent 
Exploration of formulas 
Solving of problems 
Projects 
Brain Teasers 
Logic problems 
Time consuming 
All part of the game. 





Front row seated — Lon Levy; Second row — Cindy Felix, Rita Bowen, Tammy Sue Buntz, Gerald Squires, Leigh Armi- 
stead, Beth Bowman; Back row — Scott Runyan, Co-sponsors — Mrs. Maggie Macklin and Mrs. Audrene Hughes (not 
pictured). 



Leigh Armistead dazzles at new math problem. 


Tammy Sue Buntz works out a solution. 


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OFFICERS: Jennifer Puckett, Secretary; Leslie Thibault, Treasurer; Mrs. Amy Moore, 
Sponsor; Yvonne Hines, Vice-President; Not pictured — Cheryl Grahm, President. 



Sponsor, Mrs. Amy Moore, takes a lunch break in the Tammy Buntz smiles attractively, 

teachers' lounge. 


Pep Club 

Better known 
As Bleacher Bums 
Helped promote 
School spirit. 

Tried to involve students 
In school activities by 
Making spirit signs and 
Selling pep sweaters. 
Loudest group in school. 



Karen Killen, Brenda McCracken, and Terri Wenzel wait for a 
Pep Club meeting to begin. 


PEP CLUB MEMBERS: Front row — Lori Coffey, Terri Wenzel, Diane Belter, Lori Bensley; Second row — Rita 
Bowen, Tammy Buntz, Belynda Runyan, Donna Black; Back row — Lisa Hassenger, Debbie Harrop, Theresa 
Huntington, Stephanie Fraga, Becky Broaddus, Julie Jurek, Karen Killen. 



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FCA 

Fellowship of Christian Athletes 
Exists to 

Confront athletes and coaches 
With new ideas. 
76-77 found the youth 
of YHS 

Participating in church activities 
Students met 
The challenge and adventure of 
Being a member of FCA. 



OFFICERS: Tom Fralich, Secretary; Mike Waclawski, Vice President; Steve Summerfield, Treasurer. 



MEMBERS: Seated 


Cindy Almonrode, Rhonda Rouse, Alisa Prillman; Standing — Paul Rienth, Jay Sexton 



President, Marlon Foster, studies with Reggie Evans. 



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Sponsor, Mr. Thomas Dutton, looks over notes for the 
meeting. 





Barbara Babcock, Vanessa Robinson, Gwen Gillikin, and Tim Harnois relax for a while. 



Sponsor, Mr. Bill Lyons, smiles for a picture. 



AEMBERS: Front row — Tim Harnois, Barbara Babcock, Cindy Almonrode; Second row — Jim Hursh, Gwen Gillikin, 
^onessa Robinson, Rhonda Rouse; Third row — Scott Middleton, Steve Summerfield, Tom Fralich, Sue Foss, Brain Wroten; 
lock row — Tim Sunday, and Mr. Bill Lyons, Sponsor. 


Monogram 

Club 

Lettered athletes 
Work, Work, Work. 

Promoted school spirit 
Sold letter jackets, decals 
Served. 

Achieved in varsity sports. 



Brian Wroten relaxes in the coaches’ office. 


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NHS 

Fall tapping for seniors 
Spring tapping for juniors 
Proud parents and friends. 
Selections based on 
Character, scholarship average 
Leadership, and service. 
Offered tutorial service 
Under sponsorship 
Of advisor, Miss Joyce Beverly 
Challenging year. 



MEMBERS: Seated — Leslie Thibault, Karen Sweeney; Second row — Miss Joyce Beverly, Sponsor; Valerie Edwards, 
Robert Duckett, Bruce Knox, Terri Parker, Paul Reinth; Third row — Karen Drabik, Cathy Rowe, Susan Kelly, Mabel 
Washington, Marjorie Washington, Nanette Clark; Back row — Doug Murrow, Cheri Bishop, Beth Bowman, Beth 
Richwine, Chuck Spivey, Dana McPherson, Terri Stahl. 






Bruce Knox tutors Liz Flogge. 






Susan Kelly, Dineen Lenz, Leslie Thibault, and Heather Byrne check college requirements. 


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NJROTC 

Sound of marching feet 
Shouted orders 
Raising of the flag 
Color guard salute 
Pre-game tributes 
Inspection of uniforms 
Drill team practices 
In chilly winds. 



Cadet Ensign Clifton Edwards 
salutes his commander. 



VARSITY DRILL TEAM: Kneeling — Greg Thibault, Dion Cruse, Ken Felix, and Daniel Edlow; Standing — Tom Gay, Clifton 
Edwards, James Carretti, Keven McLard, and James Rushing. 



Cadet L. Crd. Daniel Edlow stands at attention. 



Ricky Johnson goes through his paces. 


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Commander Ken Wiltshire watches over his color guard. 



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COLOR GUARD: James Rushing, Clifton Edwar, Bill Sullivan, Alvan Pederson, and Joe Lawhon. 


Hard work 
After school hours 
Interscholastic competition 
Achievements and honors 
With promotions. 



J.V. DRILL TEAM: Kneeling — Richard Johnson, Charles Robinson, Julio Roberts, Karen Martin, Ron Holland; Standing — Alvan Pederson, Monty Briscoe, David Newcomb, Cindy 
M., Joe Lawhon, John Nelson, Lee Pisarek, Kay Comble, and Dean Tiller. 


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Keyettes 


KEYETTE MEMBERS: Front row — Marlene Foster, Heidi Byrne, Leslie Thibault, Terri Parker, Wendy Thomas, Joan Birdsong, 
Suzanne Gapcynski, Marjorie Washington; Second row — Beth Richwine, Cheri Bishop, Phyllis Whitman, Ann Ingebritsen, 
Amy Stephens; Third row — Karen Sweeney, Debra Abrams, Beth Bowman, Karen Drabik, Heather Byrne, Susan Kelly, 
Luanne Morris, Ginny Gardner, Sue Collier; Back row — Liz Flagge, Cherylene Holland, Lee Turner. 



OFFICERS: Wendy Thomas, Treasurer; Susan Kelly, Recording Secretary; Ann Ingebritsen, 
gjVice President; Karen Drabik, Corresponding Secretary. 


President, Kathy Robins, is caught resting after a long day. 





Keyettes march in annual homecoming parade. 


Bookstore sales 

Hostesses at "On the Hill" Art Center 
Usherettes at the annual Y.H.S. musical 
Volunteers for American Cancer Society 
Hard working. 

United with Tabb, Bruton and Lafayette 
Work as one. 

Ambitious, successful 
Feelings of achievement. 



Tammy Garrett works on plans for next meeting. 


Liz Flagge and Cherylene Holland listen to latest Keyette news. 




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Key Club 



Front row — David Meador, John Russell, Roland Green, Kent Blanton, Wendy Thomas, Dale Keafer, Chris Musial, Bill Rich 
Back row — Allan Chandler, Steve Grantham, Tim Sundy, Gary Jones, Hayden Ross-Clunis, Kevin Kipper, Otis Mills, Jo* 
Colvin, Keith Stewart, Tim Millen, Mark Blanton. 



Kent Blanton caught in a moment of moss confusion. 


Otis Mills ponders the selection of new members. 



Always on hand 
Rain or shine 

Parking cars at football games 
Campouts for new member induction 
Car washes 

Community and school involvement 
Ever present good cheer 
Promoters of school spirit. 



Mark Blanton virtually climbs the walls. 



Hayden-Ross Clunis and Steve Grantham question parking permit. 





FBLA 

Objectives 
Service, education, promotion 
Social and fund raising 
Knowledge and skills in business. 

Entered business world 
Many new members 
Most original float in parade 
Special guest speakers 
F.B.L.A. Week 
March of Dimes Walk-a-thon 
Supportive advisors 



Front row — Elizabeth Waters, Regina Edlow, Annette Hill, Mabel Washington, Vanessa Robinson, Elaine Richardson, Edit 
Horn, Carolyn Reams, Brenda Johnson, Betsy Zalumas, Cathy Rowe, Denise Riggins; Second row — Judy Marder, Mar) 
Newell, Nedra Dillo, Pam Jacobs, Sherry Jones, Sharon Ashby, Neidi Labowskie, Pam Marvin, Leslie Croswell, Kathy Rine 
hart, Debra Green, Candy Cokely, Denise Wiggins; Third row — Marleen Foster, Laurie Webb, Nancy Lumpkin, Valerie Car 
ter, Theresa Huntington, Cindy Whittington, Phyllis McCoy, Rhonda Daily, Cindy McFall, Amy Edmondson, Jeanne McMullen 
Nancy Whitmore; Back row — Crystal Fox, Gwen Parker, Pam Moore, Kathryn Radcraft, Ginger Webb, Joni Junkelman 
Donna Harrison, Shelly Fickert, Sue Cordwell, Debbie Rushing, Gwen Drewry, Mark Rushing, Kathy Dryden, Randy Samuel 
Pam Brancke, Missy Brooks, Julie McNamara, Dorothy Muckleroy, Joyce Martino, Anna Cokely, Judy Pitcher, Cindy Gholson. 



Mabel Washington, President, and Mrs. Zanette Larrimore discuss plans for the next 
F.B.L.A. meeting. 


Sponsors, Mrs. Zanette Larrimore and Mrs. Diane Knight, caught leaving their office. 



OFFICERS: Mabel Washington, President; Brenda Johnson, Vice President; Cathy Rowe, Secretary; Annette Hill, Assist- 
ant Secretary; Randy Samuel, Treasurer; Elaine Richardson, Reporter Historian; Betsy Zalumas, Parliamentarian. 


Denise Wiggins and Nedra Dillo display F.B.L.A. banner. 



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COE 

Job Interviews. 

Landing the job. 

C.O.E. Parents Night 
Parking stickers, work permits 
Car pools 

Half a day of school 
Business dress 
Evaluations 
Training plans 
Pay check stubs 
Christmas Recipe Book 
Local employers 
Parents Newsletter 
Certificates of Appreciation 



Sponsor, Mrs. Jenna Harris, poses for photographer prior to 
beginning of C.O.E. meeting. 


Annette Hill and Iris Lewis await the arrival of Mrs. Harris 
after class. 


Awards. 


C.O.E. MEMBERS: Front row — Denece Wiggins, Judy Pitcher, Cindy Gholson, Vanessa Robinson, Annette Hill, Elizabeth Waters, Mabel Washington; Second row — Jeanne 
McMullen, Nancy Whitmore, Amy Edmondson, Cindy McFall, Iris Lewis, Elaine Richardson; Third row — Cathy Rowe, Betsy Zalumas, Anna Cokely, Missy Brooks, Leslie Croswell, 
Mrs. Jenna Harris, Sponsor; Back row — Julie McNamara, Sue Cordwell, Debbie Rushing, Brenda Johnson, Randy Samuel. 


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Mr. John Joyce, Sponsor, discusses upcoming District Competition. 





OFFICERS: Front row — Charlie Gantt, Parliamentarian; Sandy Bowman, Secretary; Anr 
Hogge, Chaplain; Joe Falzone, Contest Chairman; Gus Decoursey, Treasurer; Second row — 
Tom Lewis, President; Tony Crisp, Contest Chairman; Tim Worst, Vice President. 


VICA 

Active program included 
Safety campaigns 
Needy family projects 
“Get-out-and-Vote" day 
Visited industrial plants 
Guest speakers 
Open to any high school student 
Full time in trade — 
Industrial, technical. 
Employer-employee banquet. 
Vocational Industrial Clubs of America. 



First row — Larry Robertson, Mark McAllister, Phillip Burnett, Renea Young, Gordon Flory, Gail Butler, Sandy Bowman, Rent 
Hogge, Ann Hogge, Thaddeus Opie, Dwight Brooks, Ricky Shoulders; Second row — Charlie Gantt, Tim Worst, Mark Sink 
Glen Burton; Third row — Donnie Angel, Andrew Harrison, Carl Elks, Kyle Lockstampfor, Frank Long, Jon Anderson, Gu: 
Decoursey, Jim Adams, Marshall Edmonds, Ed Drabik, Bobby Junkelman, Keith Lunsford, Mitchell Webb, Timmy Harris, Jo< 
Falzone, Gary Thomas, Bobby Daster, Richard Burnett; Back row — Mike Parker, John Copeland, Corky Fitz, Chuck Spivey 
Jim Hodges, Doug Murphy, Mike Seaman, Kenneth Hopson, Otis Mills, Doug Truston, Steve Johnson, Tony Fairfax, Henr) 
Van, Alan Woodall, Tom Jamerson, Tony Crisp, Thomas Lewis. 



Gus Decoursey listens to plans concerning this year's homecoming float. 


Tom Lewis, President, looks over notes before meeting. 


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DECA 

DE II and DE III Cooperative Students 
Worked part time 
Distributive businesses 
Marketing competition 
Development of leadership skills 
Better citizens 




Front row — Doug Crockett, Joel Coleman, John Cronauer, Trippy Stallings, John Portlock, Rod Newman, John 
Laroche; Second row — Andrew Morse, Pat Harvey, Donald Carroll, John Russell, Jeff Bay, Mitchell Johnson, 
David Pickett; Third row — Terri Turner, Rachel Gonzalez, Keith Harrod, Rose Ivy, Cathy Collier, Robin Escaig,- 
Fourth row — Lana Gregory, Joese Johnson, Debbie White, Lisa Mitchell, Donna Hyatt, Cathy Hoppe, Tammy 
Millner; Back row — Donna Tate, Debbie Gillikin, Mr. Bill Parker, Shannon Ketchum, Valerie Smoot. 


Improved social effectiveness. 

Third annual variety show 

Never lacking student participation 

Fall rally 

Competitive events 
All district regional levels 
Busy year. 


Robin Escaig is distracted by the mention of pay day. 


Trippy Stallings reads a moving Christmas article to the D.E. II class. 





OFFICERS: Debbie White, Treasurer; Laurie Diablo, Secretary; Donna Hyatt, Vice President; 
.isa Mitchell, President; John Cronauer and Rose Ivy, Recorders. 



Donna Tate listens attentively to Mr. Bill Parker. 


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DECA 
Variety Show 

Talent! Talent! Talent! 
Barbership Quartet 
Hawaiian & Tahitian dancing 
Singing, Dancing, Bands 
Evening update 
Mystery Guest 
Well planned, well rehearsed 
Well received 
Produced and directed 
By Y.H.S. students 
Leadership of Bill Parker 
Special guest stars 
Faculty and students of Bruton High 
“Barrel of Fun” 
Watch out Hollywood 
Here they come 



Marlon Foster and Ernie Braganza serve as M.C.'s for the show. 


Gretchen Kuehnl dances to a Polynesiar 
tune. 




Returning guest and former student teacher, Steve Nobles, Teachers, Dan Story, Bill Parkhurst, John Harrison and Tom Forrest, harmonize to "Sweet Adeline.'' 

proves his multiple talents. 







Mr. Bill Parker, leader and organizer, of the show, shows his singing talent. 


"We The People" provide a spiritual sound. 


Mystery guest — Mr. Claude Milam. 


Mr. Michael Sullivan and Bruton student, Danny Johnson, portray “Billy Money and String 
Along Johnson." 


The R & W Revue rock the rafters with their tremendous dance routine. 


The Electric Sound, as their name implies, add electricity. 


Mr. Michael Sullivan ... a dirty old man? Karen Kuehnl moves to the music. 


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Marilyn Dixon works on a new recipe. 



Cheri Clark and Connie Whitaker work on Christmas goodies tor the teachers. 



FHA 

Concerned with improvement 
Support of the family 
Development of the individual 
Annual plan 
“Will the real me stand up.” 
Stressed grooming, personality 
Service projects included 
Sewing hats for Army unit 
Pre-game meals for football players 
Experienced. 
Homemakers of the future 



Front row — Marleen Whitby, Velma Griffin, Charleen Whitby; Second row — Shirley Thomas, Myra Lewis; Back row - 
Sherry Fields, Marilyn Dixon, Cheri Clark, Connie Whitaker, Peggy Rainey, Sandra Brown, Regina Richmond. 




Lewis questions the recipe of the day. 


Peggy Rainey works steadily preparing decorations for the 
Home Ed. bulletin board. 


Mrs. Kathy Wescott takes a break. 



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Pom Jacobs, Juanita Hester and Tina Stringer relax before a club meeting. 



Rochelle Lewis and Monica Abrams discuss plans for the upcoming Afro-American 
History. 



( Front row — Monica Abrams, Monique Abrams; Second row — Pam Jacobs, Juanita Hester, Rachelle Lewis, Regina 
Edlow; Back row — Kim Adams, Tammy Griffin, Joese Johnson, Margaret Johnson, Darlene King, Sandra Gilmore, 
Miss Hattie Spruiell, Sponsor. 


Afro-American 
History Club 

Third year of involvement 
Honored Y.H.S. faculty members 
With small banquet 
Decorated faculty lounge 
Morning donut sales 
Participated in Homecoming Week 
Afro-American Queen, Sandy Gilmore 
Red, Black and Green Day 
Dress-up Day 

Afro-American History Week 
Black History displays 
United. 



Margaret Johnson sneaks a coke in the teachers lounge. 


Sandra Gillmore, Miss Afro-American Club. 


Tammy Griffin sells doughnuts before school. 




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1977 Basketball 



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GWEN GILLIKIN 
Senior 


VANESSA ROBINSON 
Basketball Sweetheart 




Sweetheart Court 


Voting by Student Body 
decided Sweetheart Court, 
Basketball Team 
decided the Crown. 

Crowds gathered 
at halftime 
to watch 

Vanessa Robinson 
become queen 
in York High Gymnasium 
Senior Attendants — 

Stacy Langston, Gwen Gillikin 
Juniors — 

Janet Adams, Cary Sexton 
Alisa Prillaman. 

Sophomore Sweethearts — 

Evelyn Livengood and Pam Evans 
Freshman Class represented by 
Anne Murphy and Karen Rhinehart. 
Excitement, smiles, beauty. 


KAREN RHINEHART 
Freshman 


ALISA PRILLAMAN 
Junior 


EVELYN LIVENGOOD 
Sophomore 


PAM EVANS 
Sophomore 


ANNE MURPHY 
Freshman 



Chorale 


lough requirements for membership. 
Must be a student in Acappella. 

Try outs. 

Judged by Music Director 
Mr. Thomas Forrest. 
Guest appearances 
at churches. 
Elite group. 



Robert Duckett sings a solo in the Christmas Concert. 


Choraliers 

Girls 

Chosen on quality of voice. 
Sang variety of music 
suited to their high range. 
Accompanist was Ellen Creel. 
Student Director was Karen Fetterman. 

Visited local churches. 
Always had a song 
for all occasions. 



Front row — Karen Fetterman, Sharon Kelly, Beth Richwine; Second row — Marjorie Washington, Mary Mitchem, Lo 
Quarles, Caroline Blaha, Lynn Cornick, Karen Kelly; Back row — Jeff Sweeney, Gerald Squires, Robert Duckett, Ker 
Jutras, Craig Wartz. 



Front row — Lorie Quarles, Mary Mitchem, Jimmi Lenz, Cindy Adkins, Ginny Gardner, Karen Fetterman; Second row 
Caroline Blaha, Sharon Kelly, Karen Kelly, Lynn Cornick, Beth Richwine, Lisa Bland. 


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Karen Fetterman, Jim Foudriat, Gerald Squires, Karen Kelly, Marjorie Washington, Caroline Blaha, Cindy Adkins, Barry 
Seltzer, Mary Mitchem, Jimmi Lenz. 




Mr. Thomas Forrest directs A Cappella during the Christmas concert. 


Mr. Thomas Forrest encourages students to sing out. 


Kelly Westmoreland, Cindy Adkins, and Karen Fetter- 
man. 


Regional 

Chorus 

Considered 
“Cream of the Crop” 

Tough competition 

Between neighboring schools 

Only the best survived. 

Envied 

Admired 

Inspired. 



Accompanist Cynthia Creel and Geraldine Washing- 
ton. 



Accompanist Sherry Jones 


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Acappella 

Acappella 
Students dedicated to music. 

Sopranos, Altos, 
Tenors, Basses 
All combined 
To form harmony. 
Under direction of Mr. Thomas Forrest 
High quality performances 
At churches, civic centers. 
Student Director was Robert Duckett 
Accompanists were Debbie Brown, 
Sherry Jones, Cynthia Creel. 



Mr. Thomas Forrest, Music Director 



Keely Clark works on improving her tone 



SOPRANOS: First row — Debbie Brown, Tammy Walters, Kelly Westmoreland, Cindy Adkins, Karen Fetterman,- Last row 
— Caroline Blaha, Becky Broaddus, Sylvia Fourney, Lisa Bland, Mary Mitchem, Lorie Quarles, Tammy Huntington. 



ALTOS: First row — Amy Grogan, Sharon Kelly, Gmny Gardner, Karen Kelly, Lynn Cornick; Back row — Marjorie Wash- 
ington, Luanne Morris, Beth Bowman, Beth Richwine, Tammy Womak, Jimmi Lenz. 



TENORS AND BASSES: Front row — Ron Patrick, Jeff Sweeney, Jim Foudriat, Wilbert Johnson; Second row — Steve 
Terrell, Craig Wartz, Douglas Murrow, Gerald Squires, Ernie Braganza; Last row — Wardell Young, Frankie Belcher, 
Kenny Jutras, Robert Duckett, Barry Seltzer 


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WOODWINDS: First row — Elizobeth Merrill, Melonie Evans; Second 
row — Becky Gibson, Dana McPherson, Kathy Radcliffe, Brad Stiles; 
Third row — Kim Anderson, Steven Fields, Monica Abrams, Harriston 
Washington, Nicola Cheek, Robbie Conway. 



Cliff Haynie concentrates on the director's 
instructions. 



HORNS: Randy Talley, Mike Mayton, Phil Stallings, Cliff Collier, Jim Buchanan, and Jack Chandler. 



PERCUSSION: Steve Grantham, Ellen Creel, Christie Ritshie, Marlon Foster, John Angell, Steve Henry, and Lori Smith. 



BRASS: Harvey King, Guy Levy, Curt Stone, Gail Stahl, Tim Streagle, Pat Garret, Allen Merrill, Joey Adams, Stanley 
Gray, Cindy Sulzberger, Cliff Haynie. 


Falcon Band 

Starting out 
A march tempo 
New conductor 
Mr. James Hines. 

Performed at 
pep rallies 
football games 
basketball games 
Halftime shows 
Christmas concert. 

Sold jewelry to raise money. 
Springtime brought 
Band Festival 

and Apple Blossom Parade 
in Winchester. 

Talented Musicians 
added spice 

to York High's Music Department. 



FLUTES: Front row — Amy Taylor, Nancy Roberts; Back 
row — Mark Sadler, Alice Emery, Laurie Garrison, Kathy 
Henry. 



Harvey King displays instrumental talent. 


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Stage 

Band 

New conductor 
Old and new members 
Taking a “ride” 
On hits of 
Yesterday, 
Today, 
Tomorrow. 
Measure by measure 
On their way to 
Stage Band Festival 
Beat by beat 
On their way to 
Tri-State. 
Style that pleased all. 






Wayne Hunley keeps his horn in tune. 




Marlon Foster reviews a percussion solo. 



Keith Fetterman, Pat Garrett, and Tim Streagle practice a trio. 


Kathy Henry, flutist, concentrates on a 
new piece of music. 


Guitarists David Grantham, Gary Jones, and 
Steve Grantham match chords. 




Cynthia Creel solos on keyboards. 


Cliff Haynie, Kim Anderson, Steven Fields, and Jimmy Myers add stimulating touches to Stage Band tunes. 


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Orchestra 

“Yorktown," 

The theme song 
for the core 
of the string program 
Concert Tours 
Charlottesville. 

Local schools 
York County 
“The Sound of Music” 

Their crescendo. 

After school rehearsal 
Energy crisis 

made practicing space scarce 
The sound echoes on. 




Mary Drees listens as Tim Streagle warms up for musical rehearsal. 


Amy Taylor and Rachael Gonzalez look on as Cynthia Creel practices the piano 
parts. 


ORCHESTRA: Front row — Jimmi Lenz, Doug Murrow, Cindy Opgrand, Becky Gibson, Elizabeth Merrill, Cindy Felix, Sec- 
ond row — Karen Sweeney, Randy Talley; Third row — Tim Streagle, Keith Fetterman, Marie Kenyton, Amy Taylor, Mary 
Drees, Cindy Sulzberger, Melonie Evans; Back row — Ellen Creel, Miss Nancy Seawell, Nancy Roberts 


Miss Nancy Seawell checks up on requirements for 
musical numbers. 


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mill! 


Forensics 

Six determined speakers 
found 

Combination to success: 
Clear speech, 
Loud voice. 
Expression! 
Organized by Mr. Mike Sullivan 
Quick to unite 
Quick to compete 
Eager to win. 
District Competition 
Boys’ Poetry: 
Second place — John Cronauer. 

Girls' Poetry: 
First place — Karen Drabik. 
Spelling Competition: 
First place — Amy Taylor. 
Other Participants: 
Girls' Prose — Vanessa Robinson 
Boys’ Prose — Ernie Braganza 
Boys' Extemporaneous — Jim Foudriat. 

On to Regionals! 
Sparkling voices and minds 
Exhibited literary talent. 



Jim Foudriat looks up last minute details for a perfect performance. 



Amy Taylor, Jim Foudriat, John Cronauer and Vanessa Robinson. 



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John Cronauer concentrates on the mood and expression of his poem. 




"THE PUTT” IN COSTUME: Richard Burnett, Ed Drabik, Heather Byrne, Ernie Braganza, Cindy Adkins, Lynn Drabik, Alyssa 
Adkins, Jimmie Lenz, Dana Ecelberger, Lynn Brockman, Julie Kyser, Robert Duckett. 




Jimmie Lenz and Susan Kelly share a mirror. 


Alyssa Adkins adds finishing touches to her 
make-up. 


IN PLAINSCLOTHES: Richard Burnett, Susan Kelly, Karen Drabik, Ed D ibik, Heather Byrne, Dana Ecelberger, Cindy 
Adkins, Alyssa Adkins, Robert Duckett, Jimmie Lenz, Ernie Braganza, Julie Kyser, Steve Horn. 


Mime Troupe 

Expressions 

On painted white faces 
Anonymous figures in black 
Performed at Coliseum Mall 
Occasion for the arts 
Elementary schools 
And York High. 

Reflections of 
Their own emotions 
And expressions. 



Steve Horn ready for a performance. 



Mr. Michael Sullivan gives last minute details to Mime 
Troupe. 



TECHNICAL CREW: Nicola Check, John Cronar, 
Cathy Kirby. 


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Thespians 

Three hundred hours 
Of stage work and drama 
Dedicated to perfection 
Members of 

The National Honor Fraternity of Acting 



Robert Duckett checks performance schedule. 



THESPIANS: John Cronauer, Heather Byrne, Ernie Braganza, Ed Drabik, Susan Kelly, Steve Horn, Robert Duckett, Karen 
Drabik. 



Ernie Braganza. Susan Kelly and Heather Byrne read over a script. 


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The Sound of Music 


THE VON TRAPP FAMILY 


Seated — Barry Kopcynski, Vicki Moore, Cindy Adkins; Second row — Karen Fetterman, Dixie 
Mills; Standing — Ernie Braganza, Ginny Gardner, Caroline Blaha, Craig Wartz. 


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NUNS: Heather Byrne, Jimmi Lenz, Beth Richwine, Cathy 
Stubbs, Susan Delly, Becky Broaddus, Jane Terrell. 



Cathy Stubbs, Karen Fetterman, Becky Broaddus, Heather 
Byrne, Theresa Hunnington. 



Nicola Cheek and John Cronauer as Elsa and Max 



Craig Wartz munches on a cookie during a 
break. 


Jeff Sweeney, Vickie Moore, Patricia Cronauer, Sheri Bishop, Steven Fields, Sharon Kelly, Kelly Murphy, Steve 
Grantham, Robert Duckett, Mr. Thomas Forrest. 



The Sound of Music 

The play is chosen 
the excitement begins. 

Rehearsals start. 
Backdrops are painted 
the lighting is set . . . 


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\oney is spent, 
haracters are molded, 
ostumes are made. 

\arch 1 6th draws near, 
ast and crew are tense, 
he day arrives, 
he curtain goes up. 
he auditorium was alive 
■ith “The Sound of Music.” 



Dress rehearsal of the Captain's Party. 



Yvonne Hines as the congenial Baroness Elberfeld. Caroline Blaha and Robert Duckett as Liesl and Rolfe. 


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April Dias and Diane Belter eat lunch before rehearsal. 



ELECTRICIANS: Larry Roberson, Mark McAllister, Charlie Spivey, Andy Harrison, Kyle 
Lockstampfor. 



Mike Seaman working on a backdrop. 



Cathy Stubbs is given a touch of gray 


The necessities for an expressive characterization. 


Behind the Scenes 

THE MUSICAI 
A great deal of worl 
Make-up artist 
Lighting techniciar 
Backstage ere' 
Electriciar 


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-opy 

Stage Design Class 
3 atrons 
reachers 
3 arents 

Ml Contributed 
\nd Provided 
rhe "Other Half' 

:>f "The Sound of Music." 




Heather Byrne assists Cindy Adkins. 


Director Mike Sullivan caught in mid-sen- 
tence. 


i 

Rachael Gonzalas turns pages for Accompanist Cynthia 
Creel. 




Janet Dunaway darkens Ginny Gardner's eye brows. 


Mrs. Lisa Mills attempts to put lipstick on Alyssa Adkins. 



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SEASONS PASSING 
ONE BY ONE 


As freshmen we entered York High, certain that the next four years would never come to an end — we 
would remain confused, excited, and spirited forever — never to attain the casual nonchalance of those 
worldly and far-off seniors. We quickly elected officers: Nancy Williams, Debra Abrams, Terri Parker, and 
Wendy Thomas. Afterwards, we diligently set to work on our first float under the theme “Nest the Pirates" 
which won honorable mention. We had two of our men on the varsity football team — Reggie Evans and 
Clayton Auman, plus numerous others on the J.V. team. Our women also made a debut in Miss York High. 
Nancy Williams was second runner up with Gwen Gillikin and Stacy Langston, also in the pageant. It seemed 
impossible that the school year had ended and we were sophomores. 

Our new slate of officers were Kelle Payne, Lisa Whitman, and Laura Quass. Our second float won honora- 
ble mention again in the Homecoming Parade. We were represented in more activities such as gymnastics, 
majorettes, and various sports and clubs. Varsity football boasted four of our men and Gwen Gillikin placed 
first runner up the Miss York High Pageant. Our biggest undertaking for the year was the Junior Ring Dance. 
We could scarcely believe that next year it would actually be we who would be receiving our rings. 

Suddenly it was the next year and we were upper-classmen. Headed by officers Cindy Gholson and Karen 
Drabik, we were charged with spirit and eager to offer the seniors some competition. Our float, the Presiden- 
tial Seal, received second place and was donated to the school to command attention and praise in the halls. 
Our varsity football team was quarterbacked by Junior Rusty Ingram along with juniors Marlon Foster, Steve 
Hervey, and Reggie Evans to form a team that again beat Tabb. For the first time we also had a showing in 
varsity basketball with Reggie Evans, Rusty Ingram, and George and Tom Stephenson all on the starting 
force. Varsity baseball was represented also by Rusty Ingram, George Stephenson and Jay Sexton as well as 
other juniors. We were proud of Gwen Gillikin for going to regionals in Gymnastics and Cathy Rowe for rep- 
resenting us in the Miss York High Pageant. Many of our numbers were present in the production of “Car- 
ousel" which was a big hit. We also took on the task of selling concessions during football season, and spon- 
soring the senior prom. The highlight of our year, however, had to be our Ring Dance at the Bonhomme Rich- 
ard in Williamsburg. Now with our rings sparkling on our fingers, we felt a little taller and a little older, but 
still we had a lot of time ahead of us before we even thought of graduation. 

After a hasty summer of part-time jobs and lying on beaches, we returned to York as seniors, but with some 
changes. Our class, as well as other classes (against our protests), was split to form Bruton High School. 
Smaller in numbers, we joined other schools of like enrollment in AA, but it didn’t stop us from competing and 
winning. Reggie Evans was named York River District Offensive Player of the Year and there were many other 
senior men who worked together to form winning teams. Our senior class officers were a determined group of 
girls: Beckie Schultz, Vanessa Smith, Marjorie Washington, and Dana McPherson; and the whole S.C.A. was 
headed up by President Debra Abrams. Seniors Marjorie and Mabel Washington became co-editors of the 
Talon, Terri Parker was captain of the majorettes, Gwen Gillikin was captain of the Varsity Cheerleaders, and 
Chuck Spivey was captain of the track team. The traditional homecoming festivities ended with the Senior 
Float winning first place under the theme of “Reach Out and Touch" and Barbara Babcock being crowned 
Homecoming Queen with Stacy Langston and Lisa Whitman as senior attendants. Vanessa Robinson was 
crowned Basketball Sweetheart later in the year. 

With the ordering of caps and gowns and announcements, the senior banquet, a trip to Florida, the prom, 
and graduation, our high school days came to a halt. 

You are cordially invited to: 

What? Graduation 
Time? 8:00 p.m. 

Place? York High Gymnasium 

What to bring? Memories from the past four years. 

We were together as one class for the last time. We were ready to move on to bigger and hopefully better 
things, secure in the knowledge that the Class of 1 977 had left its mark on York High School. 


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208 (plus) seniors entered school in September 



CLASS OFFICERS: Marjorie Washington, Treasurer; Dana McPherson, Secretary; 
Rebecca Schultz, President; Vanessa Smith, Vice President. 


CLASS SPONSORS: Front row — Mrs. Donna Johnston, Mrs. Florence Rush, Mrs. Sarah 
Eyre, Mr. Daniel Peters; Back row — Mr. Charles Erasmi, Mr. Marty Podbesek. 



Debra Abrams 
Joseph Adams 
Cindy Almonrode 
Clayton Auman 


Barbara Babcock 
John Barrett 
Cheri Bishop 
Chris Bjelland 


L. Kent Blanton 
Rachel Bowman 
Sandra Bowman 
Ronald Bozeman 


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William Brinkman 
Melissa Brooks 
Tammy Bunce 
T. Gail Butler 


Heather Byrne 
Paula Carter 
Valerie Carter 
Nanette Clark 


Anna Cokley 
Catherine Collier 
Clarence Cone 
Susan Cordwell 


Martin Cox 
Cynthia Creel 


John Cronauer 
Leslie Croswell 


eager to show underclassmen 



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who was boss. College applications, 



Rhonda Daily 
Laurie Dealba 


Gustane DeCoursey 
Michael Diaz 


Gary Dillo 
Karen Drabik 
Gwynn Drewry 
J. Franklin Drewry 


Robert Duckett 
Ray Dudley 
Dana Ecelberger 
Daniel Edlow 


Amy Edmondson 
Valerie Edwards 
Raymen Emery 
Robin Escaig 


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Reginald Evans 
Keith Fetterman 


Shelley Fickert 
Gordon Flory 


Susan Forman 
Gregory Forrest 
Marlene Foster 
Marlon Foster 


Sylvia Fourney 
Crystal Fox 
Charlie Gantt 
Tammy Garrett 


Laurie Garrison 
Cynthia Gholson 
Rebecca Gibson 
Gwendolyn Gillikin 


senior privileges, prom, banquet, 



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Disney World, caps and gowns, graduation 



MOST MUSICAL 
Tim Streagle and Terri Stahl 


Steven Grantham 
Stanley Gray 
Cheryl Green 
Cheryl Greene 


Deborah Gregory 
Andrew Harrison 
Kathleen Harrison 
Patrick Harvey 


Cliff Haynie 
Allison Haywood 
Kathy Henry 
Steve Hervey 


F. Annette Hill 
James Hodges 


Rene Hogge 
Cherylene Holland 


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announcements. . . time slipped by all too fast 


Kenneth Hopson 
Steven Horn 
Tamara Huntington 
Donna Hyatt 


Ann Ingebritsen 
Ricky Ingersoll 
Russell Ingram 
Brenda Johnson 


Elizabeth Johnson 
Sherry Jones 
Robert Junkelman 
Susan Kelley 


Darlene King 
Carla Kiser 


Bruce Knox 
David Knox 



MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Kathy Robins and Daniel Edlow 


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for the class of 1 977. 



MOST TALKATIVE 

Vanessa Robinson and Keith Fetterman 


Stacy Langston 
J. Dineen Lenz 


Iris Lewis 

Kyle Lockstampfor 


Joseph Long 
Susan Macintosh 
George Magnus 
William Masters 


John Maxwell 
Mark McAllister 
Lowell McClintock 
Cynthia McFall 


Jeanne McMullen 
Julie McNamara 
Dana McPherson 
Allen Merrill 




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Memories never before dwelled upon 


Diane Miller 
Tammy Millner 


Joseph Millwood 
Lisa Mitchell 


Mary Mitchem 
John Moore 
Andrew Morse 
Sharon Moten 


Joseph Moudry 
E. Douglas Murphy 
Douglas Murrow 
Grace Neading 


Rod Newman 
Mary Newell 
Jeff Nulls 
Terri Parker 



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became cherished. Suddenly we realized 



WITTIEST 

Terri Parker and Bruce Knox 


Kelle Payne 
David Perea 


Judy Pitcher 
John Portlock 


Lori Quarles 
Laura Quass 
Carolyn Reams 
Kathleen Rhinehart 


M. Elaine Richardson 
Beth Richwine 
Paul Rienth 
Larry Roberson 


Nancy Roberts 
Ralph Roberts 
Katherine Robins 
Vanessa Robinson 



Lynn Roe 
Rhonda Rouse 


Cathy Rowe 
Debra Rushing 


Randy Samuel 
Rebecca Schultz 
Mike Seaman 
Jay Sexton 


Laureen Shingler 
Mark Shockley 
Vanessa Smith 
Valerie Smoot 


Bruce Spencer 
Charles Spivey 
Margaret Stack 
Terri Stahl 


that it was time to say 



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farewell to school and friends. 




BEST ALL AROUND 
Debra Abrams and Marlon Foster 



George Stephenson 
Thomas Stephenson 
Tim Streagle 
Steve Summerfield 


Karen Sweeney 
Randall Talley 
Leslie Thibault 
Catherine Thomas 


C. Wendel Thomas 
Cynthia Triplett 
Douglas Truston 
Lee Turner 


Teresa Turner 
Nick Van Tuinen 


Robert Van Tuinen 
Robert Wainwright 




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It was a time to put our acquired experiences, 


Ronald Waite 
Darlene Walker 
Ureka Ware 
Mabel Washington 


Marjorie Washington 
Elizabeth Waters 
Carla Watson 
Mitchell Webb 


Beverly Whitacre 
Debra White 
Gene White 
Michael White 


Lisa Whitman 
Nancy Whitmore 


Denece Wiggins 
Julie Williams 



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Joseph Woodward 
Donald Wymer 


skills and knowledge to the test. 



W. Caesar Young 
Elizabeth Zalumas 



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remember. 


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SENIORS 

1 . Rene Hogge 

2. Kevin Kipper 

3. Lorie Quarles 

4. Gus DeCoursey 

5. Lisa Whitman 



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1 . Beth Bowman, Heather Byrne, 
Kathy Henry, and Karen Drabik 

2. Randy Samuel 

3. Rhonda Rouse 




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themselves 



1 . John Portlock 

2. Susan Forman 

3. Pat Harvey 

4. Beth Richwine and Marjorie 
Washington 

5. Greg Forrest 



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CLASS SPONSORS: Mr. Ken Pinzel, Mr. Walter Darden, Mr. Charles 
Hovis, and Mr. Bob Steele. 


CLASS OFFICERS: Denise Forrest, Vice-President; Tim Millen, President; Robin Moore, Trea- I 
surer; Kim Adams, Secretary. 


Janet Adams 
Kim Adams 
Alyssa Adkins 
Renea Akins 
Lucy Alfriend 


Dennis Anderson 
Sharon Ashby 
James Atchley 
Thomas Athey 
Mark Austin 


Michael Ayers 
Mike Barrett 
David Beggs 
Frankie Belcher 
Robert Belter 


JUNIORS plunged 



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into 1976 with a more serious attitude. 



Donna Busbin 
Horace Cabiness 
Don Carroll 
Carolette Carter 


Tammy Castle 
Peggy Chamberlain 
Nicola Cheek 
Cheri Clark 


Keely Clarke 
Linda Clark 
Richard Clark 
Candace Cokely 


Mark Bennett 
Joan Birdsong 
Caroline Blaha 
Mark Blanton 
Ernest Braganza 


Bud Brame 
Pamela Branke 
Mary Brinkley 
Robert Brinkman 
Lamont Briscoe 


Becky Broaddus 
Theresa Brown 
Jeffrey Buehrer 
Mary Burnett 
G. Walter Burton 


PSAT’s, class rings, football concessions, f 


Suzanne Collier 
Joseph Colvin 


Doug Crockett 
Theresa Cranauer 


Jane Cunningham 
Joseph Davis 
Summer Davis 
Dennis Dawkins 
Kajuansa Dickson 


Nedra Dillo 
James Dolan 
Debbie Douglas 
Edward Drabik 
Mary Drees 


Eugene Drewry 
Janet Dunaway 


Nancy Eberly 
Pam Eddy 




planning the senior prom, 



Kathy Stubbs blocks a drive by her opponent. 


Suzanne Gapcynski watches as Heidi Labowski, Amy Stephens, Leslie 
Mann, and Cathy Hoppe stuff napkins into chicken wire. 


L. Regina Edlow 
Roland Ellis 


Richard Emerson 
Jamie Fagan 


James Fairbanks 
Roy Fee 

Karen Fetterman 
Sherry Fields 
Michelle Fischler 


Charles Fiscus 
Elizabeth Flagge 
Felix Forbes 
Denise Forrest 
Sue Foss 


James Foudriat 
Jerry Fox 


William Fralich 
Ellen Freeman 


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dissecting cats, conquering BEOWULF, 


Mary Fulnecky 
Dana Gantt 
Suzanne Gapcynski 
Virginia Gardner 
Patrick Garrett 


M. Darlene Gillikin 
Sandra Gilmore 
Sharon Gleason 
Rachael Gonzalez 
David Grantham 


Debra Green 
Lana Gregory 


Tammy Griffin 
Edward Haagsma 


Trina Hardenburg 
Timothy Harnois 
Timothy Harris 


J. Bruce Haskett 
Sheralee Heffers 
Srisamorn Hemtanon 



attending the Ring Dance and College night . . 



Peter Hess 
Juanita Hester 
John Hines 


R. Tony Hoehn 
Pamela Hogg 
Elizabeth Hogge 


Samuel Honeycutt 
Catherine Hoppe 


Edith Horn 
Wayne Hunley 


Albert Hunter 
Pamela Jacob 
James Jennings 
Karen Johnson 
Mitchell Johnson 


Nita Johnson 
Steven Johnson 
David Jones 
Dale Keafer 
Mark Keffer 



Donald Kehler 
Karen Kellam 
Shannon Ketchum 


Donald Kibbey 
Lisa King 
Kathryn Kirby 


Michael Knight 
Joel Koman 
Donna Krikalas 


Gretchen Kuehnl 
Julie Kyser 
John LaRoache 
Lon Levy 
Constance Louden 


Candace MacKenzie 
Kim Mackert 
Leslie Mann 
Judy Marder 
Joyce Martino 


Brenda McCracken 
Moses McFadden 
Phyllis McKoy 
David Meador 
Scott Middleton 


Discovery of our 



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not-so-far-away future 



Janet Adams, Rosemary Wood, and Laurie Royall dress up for Spirit Day. 


Sue Collier, Amy Stephens, Ginny Gardner, Joan Birdsong, Lucy Alfriend, 
and Phyllis Whitman display parts of their Junior float. 


Timothy Millen 
Donna Mills 


Otis Mills 

Reginald Montgomery 


Donald Moore 
Robin Moore 
Luanne Morris 
John Mosciki 
Joseph Muckleroy 


Pam Musick 
James Myers 
Kim Neff 
Todd Neumann 
Christine Norris 


Donald North 
Brian Ogle 


David Olstad 
Cynthia Opgrand 


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caused us to consider careers 


Thaddeus Opie 
Lisa Osborn 


David Pickett 
Laurie Pisarek 


Robert Portlock 
Cindy Powers 
Alisa Prillaman 
Craig Quevedo 
Wendy Quevedo 


Cheryl Rainey 
Gregory Reid 
William Rich 
Virgil Riggins 
Bob Roberts 


David Robertson 
Nadean Robinson 


Rusty Robinson 
Hayden Ross-Clunis 



Ernie Braganza and Alyssa Adkins crouch over the shoulders of their fellow 
mimes. 


Lloyd Wheeler, Scott Middleton, Gretchen Kuehnl, and Tim Harnois wait 
patiently to sign in before homeroom. 


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and to make the best of 



Lisa Osborn listens attentively in math class. 


Laurie Royall 
Norman Rush 


Mark Rushing 
John Russell 


Irma Sandoval 
David Scarlett 
Deborah Seay 
Andrew Sebacher 
Cary Sexton 


Scott Simpson 
Christine Shain 
Diane Smith 
Jeanne Smith 
Randall Snapp 




Laurie Royall concentrates on making a first place homecoming float. 


Gerald Squires 
Amy Stephens 


Bradley Stiles 
Gregory Stone 


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* 


Katherine Stubbs 
William Sullivan 
Cynthia Sulzberger 
Timothy Sundy 
Amanda Sykes 


Amy Taylor 
Daniel Teague 
Eric Thorvaldson 
Glen Trowbridge 
Jeffrey Vahl 


Henry Vann 
Michael Waclawski 
Thomas Wakelyn 
Jerome Washington 
Janine Way 




Karen Johnson and Michelle Fischler 
examine a picture in photography. 


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Mary Drees puts her best foot forward in the home- 
coming parade. 


our high school days. 



Kimberlyn Weakley 
Terry Wenzel 
Lloyd Wheeler 


Charlene Whitby 
Jerome Whitley 
Phyllis Whitman 
Cindy Whittington 
Cheryl Williams 


Vivian Williams 
Kirk Williamson 
Robert Wiltshire 
Larry Wood 
Rosemary Wood 


Alan Woodall 
Theresa Wright 
Brian Wroten 
Lance Yeates 
Gladys Young 


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CLASS SPONSORS: Mrs. Eleanor Gregory, Miss Cynthia Lind, Mrs. Susan CLASS OFFICERS: Chris Musial, Treasurer; Karen Kelly, Secretary; Ramona Robinson, Vice- 
Sadler, Mr. Steve Wirt. President; Heidi Byrne, President. 


as SOPHOMORES 


Cynthia Adkins 
Vicky Akers 
Donna Albrecht 
Sarah Alfriend 
Chris Angle 


L. Mike Arnold 
Michael Arnold 
Crystal Ashby 
Sonya Bailey 
Susan Ball 


David Banks 
James Banks 
Vanessa Barnes 
Mike Beasley 
Diane Belter 



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we breathed a sigh of relief. 



Joyce Call 
Ramona Callis 
David Campbell 
Kathleen Campbell 


Daryl Canada 
Janet Carter 
Judy Carter 
Gary Childrey 


Winston Churchill 
Cheri Clark 
Glenna Clark 
Ernest Clayton 


Richard Bentley 
Brian Birdsong 
Reginald Blow 
Rita Bowen 
Danny Bowman 


Lisa Brackett 
Carol Brancke 
Charles P. Brame 
Mark Brantley 
Stafford Braxton 


Clarence Brimmer 
Timothy Brooks 
Michelle Brown 
Ronald Burks 
Heidi Byrne 


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We had made it through our 


Edward Cokely 
Cliff Collier 


Kevin Compton 
Thomas Conger 


Gavin Cornish 
Lynn Cornick 
Rebecca Costello 
Gary Crawford 
Ellen Creel 


Mary Croswell 
David Crump 
Darius Daily 
April Dias 
Dee Ann Dinter 


Daniel Driver 
Kathleen Dunn 


Zachary Edwards 
Denise Emerson 



Paula Godsey concentrates on German verbs. 


Julie Jones and Allison McDaniels cheer enthusiastically for the J.V. team. 


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freshman year 



Alice Emery 
Melanie Evans 


Pamela Evans 
Cynthia Felix 


Kathy Fields 
Steven Fields 
Fergus Forbes 
Tom Fralich 
Jeffrey Gantt 


Becky Garrison 
Anthony Gentry 
Greg Gilbert 
Dinah Gilliam 
Pauline Gillikin 


Paula Godsey 
Pamela Gordon 


Jeffrey Gouger 
Valerie Gray 


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with only minor problems. 


Brenda Gregory 
Kay Gregory 
Mark Hall 
Chris Harrison 
Cynthia Hyatt 


Kimberly Harvey 
Theresa Healy 
John Heffers 
Terri Hendricks 
William Hill 


Yvonne Hines 
David Hoare 
Dennis Hoare 
Thomas Hodges 
Rosalyn Holmes 


Tyrone Holland 
Julie Hollowell 
Mary Holup 
Pamela Howell 
Shane Humphrey 


James Hursh 
Rose Jankowski 


Bridgett Johnson 
Richard Johnson 



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We faced a new year 



Rodney Johnson 
Wilbur Johnson 
Devorah Jones 
Julie Jones 
Kelly Jones 


Wilbur Jones 
Jeffrey Junkelman 
Kendall Kellam 
Karen Kelly 
Sharon Kelly 


Kevin Ketchum 
Lori Kilburn 
Sherri King 
Nancy Kirby 
Elizabeth Knox 


John Kirkman 
Jesse Kiser 
David Knight 
Eric Krob 
Karen Kuehnl 


David Lamal 
Donna Lang 


Nancy Lankford 
Joseph Lawhon 


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with new opportunities and new horizons. 


Karen Lewis 
Rachelle Lewis 
Ruth Lewis 


Evelyn Livengood 
Sherri Lorbeski 
Matthew Loesch 


Nancy Lumpkin 
John Lynch 
Lori MacFarlane 


Cindy Madison 
Rodney Manning 
Phillip Marguis 
Jeanette Martin 
Pamela Marvin 


Charles Masby 
Gail Mason 
Doris Masters 
Michael Mayton 
Tom McComb 


Allison McDaniels 
Brenda McGuire 
Wade McLawhorn 
Cynthia McPherson 
Pam Meintel 



Tony Woodward visits his locker before home- 
room. 


Driver’s licenses, basketball concession stand, 



Evelyn Livengood dresses up for Spirit Day 


Elizabeth Merrill 
John Merrill 
Amanda Miller 


Julie Mills 

Kimberly Montgomery 
Carol Moore 


Cado Moore 
Pamela Moore 
Steven Morgan 


Kenneth Morris 
Edna Morrison 
Nancy Moul 
Summer Mundell 
Kelly Murphy 


Christopher Musial 
Colleen Neff 
John Nelson 
Paul Nelson 
Kathy Nesmith 


Myron Noland 
Lee Norris 
Elaine Oney 
Patricia Opey 
Maria Pappaminas 


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planning the Junior Ring Dance, 


Gwen Parker 
Jackie Parker 
Ronald Patrick 
Paul A. Peterson 
Julie Perea 


Jim Player 
Robert Prato 
Curtis Portlock 
Jennifer Puckett 
Jeanne Quarles 


Linda Queen 
Kathryn Radcliffe 


Lynne Radcliffe 
Brenda Ragan 


Guy Ragan 
Donald Reickle 
Christis Richie 
David Richwine 
Darlene Riggins 


Julio Roberts 
Melissa Roberts 
Andrew Robins 
James Robinson 
Lesa Robinson 



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another Homecoming float, 



Nettie Robinson 
Ramona Robinson 
Yolanda Robinson 
Barbara Rohr 
James Ross 


Scott Runyan 
Dale Rush 
Markis Scaife 
Barry Seltzer 
Marion Shields 


Robin Shields 
Karl Shingler 


Joanna Soles 
Wayne Spencer 


Phillip Stallings 
Gary Stauty 
Ryal Story 
Paul Stout 
Gary Strickland 


Kevin Stubbs 
Natalie Swinton 
Leslie Tapscott 
Walter Taylor 
Steven Terrell 


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I 


class competition in pep rallies 


. . .We are ready 



Nancy Lumpkin attempts a Math problem. 


Gregory Thibault 
Dawn Thomas 
Alan Thorvaldson 
Jeff Tucker 
George Turner 


Abby Vaughn 
Louis Vantuinen 
Michael Wade 
Jeanne Wakelyn 
Sherrie Ware 


Hariston Washington 
Horace Washington 


Ethel Waters 
Mike Watson 



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to meet the challenge of a new year. 


Brenda Gregory and Wayne Spencer sign up for class pictures. 




A 


Sherrie Ware and Sandra Westcott wait to have their homecoming portraits 
taken. 


Lori Webb 
Sandra Westcott 
Ronald Wheless 
Chauncey Whitby 
Brenda White 


Daniel White 
John White 
Kim Williams 
Walter Williams 
Sandra Wood 


Anthony Woodward 
Robert Wright 


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CLASS OFFICERS: Amy Grogan, Secretary; Della Babcock, 
Vice-President; Missing: Leigh Armistead, President; Barbara 
Simpson, Treasurer. 


CLASS SPONSORS: Mrs. Nancy Thompson, Mrs. Lisa Mills, Mrs. Maggie Macklin, Mr. Roland 
Almonrode, Mrs. Mabel Cook. 



The FRESHMAN class of 


Monica Abrams 
Monique Abrams 
Mead Allison 
Kim Anderson 
Leigh Armistead 


Patricia Arnold 
Steve Atkins 
Della Babcock 
Erlinda Bagalawis 
Katherine Bailey 


Debra Baldwin 
Joseph Ball 
Sandra Barnes 
Pat Barrett 
Melissa Bartek 



156 



1 980 was a dynamic class. 



Ronnie Carden 
James Carretti 
Bridgett Carter 
John Carter 


Sharon Carter 
Deanna Castle 
Samuel Cavellaro 
John Chandler 


Phillip Childers 
Barbara Christian 
Lori Coffey 
David Cokely 


Shirley Beggs 
Donna Black 
Laurie Blevins 
Allen Blow 
Andrea Blow 


Robert Bloxom 
Paula Borum 
Robert Braganza 
William Brandt 
Frank Brewer 


Debra Brown 
Jimmy Buchanan 
Sue Cadenhead 
Deborah Cain 
Carl Carbonell 


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Filled with bubbling enthusiasm, 


Robert Conway 
Regina Cook 
Steven Cooper 


Lori Cordwell 
Michael Coy 
Donald Crist 


Patricia Cronauer 
Djon Cruse 
Donald Culver 


Catherine Curfman 
Toni Daily 
Barbara Davis 
Karen Davis 
Keith Davis 


Kenneth Davis 
Ricky Davis 
Robin Davis 
Joseph DeCoursey 
Todd DeTar 


Scott Dever 
Kenneth Diaz 
David Dinter 
Andre Dixon 
Elaine Dobbins 



158 


we quickly discovered 



Laurie Blevins watches the majorettes perform at 
a pep rally. 


Donald Domanick 
Debra Douglas 
Donna Douglas 


Lynne Drabik 
Wayne Drewry 
Kathleen Dryden 


Reginald Dryden 
Clifton Edwards 
Susan Ellison 


Richard Engle 
Jacqueline Evans 
Jacqueline Fee 
Suzanne Fee 
Lillian Feldman 


Kendal Felix 
Derek Felton 
Reginald Fields 
Thomas Fiskus 
Nicholas Florentine 


Renee Fortin 
Nancy Foss 
Frederick Freier 
Katherine Fulnecky 
Tommy Gay 



James Gervais 
James Gibbons 


Cheryl Gibson 
Cindy Gilbert 


Jonathan Giles 
Jacqueline Gillikin 
Sherri Gills 
Michael Gleason 
Pricilla Gothreau 


Cheryl A. Graham 
Cheryl Graham 
Dan Grantham 
Yvonne Green 
Cheryl Griffin 


Kent Griffin 
Amy Grogan 


Robert Guarino 
Karen Haagsma 


the importance of yelling loudly 



160 




at pep rallies and constructing 



Scott Haislip 
William Haley 


Charlotte Hamilton 
William Harris 


Donna Harrison 
Deborah Harrop 
Lisa Hassenger 
Lori Hassenger 
Kathy Henry 


Steven Henry 
Walter Hester 
Christine Hill 
Jeffrey Hill 
Teloria Hill 


Kevin Hoare 
Richard Holmes 


Paul Hoppe 
Woodrow Howell 


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a winning float at Homecoming. 


Theresa Huntington 
James Irby 
Deana Jacobs 


Veronica Jacobs 
Stephanie James 
Vanda James 


Marilyn Jankowski 
Jolinda Jennings 
Christopher Johnson 


Gregory Johnson 
Jennifer Johnson 
James Jones 
Steve Jones 
Vikki Jones 


Joni Junkelman 
Julie Jurek 
Kenny Jutras 


Robert Kane 
Herbert Keefer 
Dianna Kehler 





Cindy Gilbert watches cheerleaders "do their 
thing." 



162 


Co-ed gym, harder classes, 



Michael Kessler 
Robyn Ketchum 
Tracey Kiluk 


Randy Kimrey 
Glen King 
Harvey King 


Dreama Kinney 
Robert Knight 
Amanda Koehle 


Robert Kopczynski 
Billy Krueger 
Robert Kudlinski 
Harry Kyser 
Terry Lawhon 


Loretta Lewis 
Guy Levy 
Tracey Lindsay 


Teresa Lloyd 
Janet Lowman 
Richard Madison 


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new teachers, new friends, 


Karen Martin 
Harriet Marvin 
Angela McFallen 
Kim McGeary 
Lisa McKeel 


Kevin McKoy 
Charles McLain 
Victoria McLain 
Kevin McLard 
Lynn McTheny 


Jon Middleton 
Sindi Middleton 


Monty Mills 
Terri Millwood 



Priscilla Gothreau turns to answer a questioning classmate. 


Charlotte Mann 
Troy Major 


Carol Marshall 
Joyce Martin 


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expanded extra curricular program . . . 



Michael Moose 
Andrew Mueller 
Dorothy Muckelroy 
Melinda Munoz 
Anne Murphy 


Dennis Murphy 
Patrick Murphy 
Rick Murtland 
David Newcomb 
Anita North 


Christie O'Connor 
Lynda Page 


Tina Park 
David Parker 




All new experiences 


Sheldon Parker 
Donald Patton 
Violet Perrin 
Jeffrey Pierce 
Lee Pisarek 


Susan Powell 
Suzanne Przypek 
Kelly Quevedo 
Duane Ragans 
Coleen Rasanen 


Teresa Rasanen 
Thomas Raupp 
William Reed 
Kren Rhinehart 
DeWayne Rhyne 


Elizabeth Richey 
Larry Robbins 
Natalie Roberts 
Charles Robinson 
Margaret Robinson 


John Royall 
Belinda Runyan 


James Rushing 
Mark Sadler 



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for a determined class, but we conquered. 



Darryn Samsel 
Aundria Samuel 
Kevin Samuel 
Christine Schroeder 
Christine Scott 


Paul Scott 
Teresa Seay 
Paul Self 
David Shain 
Daniel Shields 


Michael Shields 
Suzanne Shields 
Susan Simmons 
Mark Simonton 
Barbara Simpson 


Kimberly Smith 
Laurie Smith 
Stanley Smith 
Donald Snapp 
Milo Spencer 


Susan Squires 
Gail Stahl 


Cheryl Stiles 
Curt Stone 


167 



Look out York High, 


Joanna Story 
Jeffrey Sweeney 
Gladys Swinton 
Al Sykes 
Jacqueline Tabb 


Mark Tarnawa 
Charles Tate 
Teresa Tate 
Barry Taylor 
Jane Terrell 


Dean Tiller 
Paula Tood 


Terri Totten 
Kerri Troutman 


Ruth Truston 
Terry Tyler 
Oswald Vasquez 
Angela Waits 
Keith Walker 


Terri Walker 
James Wallace 
Vikki Waller 
Tammy Walters 
Burnett Washington 



Gail Stahl and Anne Murphy with all their grace, 


168 


the class of 1980 is coming! 



Geraldine Washington 
Kernell Washington 
Michael Waters 
Ginger Webb 
Johnny Wellington 


Craig Wertz 
Kelly Westmoreland 
Jeffrey Wheeler 
Alfonso Whitby 
Gene Whitmore 


Wayne Williams 
Wendy Williamson 
Michael Wingfield 


169 



1 . Tom Fralich 

2. Heather Byrne 

3. Alisa Prillamen 

4. Pam Musick, Cheryl 

Williams, and 
Dan Grantham 

5. Carolette Carter 


STUDENT LIFE . . . involved, 


determined, 



1 . Susan Foreman 

2. James Wallace 

3. Suzanne Gapcynski 

4. Tim Millen 



171 


expressive, 


1 . Tammy Bunce, Kim 
Neff and Rita Bowen 
2 Sherri Labeski and 
Zach Edwards 
3 Kris Schroeder 




172 



contemplative, 



1 . Nanette Clark 

2. Joni Junkleman 

and Wendy Williamson 

3. Joe Colvin 

4. Pat Murphy 

5. Alyssa Adkins, Rusty 
Robisnon, and Ginny Gardner 



173 



anticipating. 



1. Steve Terrell and Gerald 
Squires 

2. Stacy Langston 

3. Cindy Almonrode 

4. Johnny Fox 

5. Margaret Stack 



5 . 


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COLLECT 
THE DREAMS 
yOU DREAM TODAY 


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Ashby; Kneeling — Janet Adams; Not pictured — Stacy Langston. 


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The 76-77 Key Club takes time 
out from their car-parking, 
doughnut-selling, concession- 
standing, camp-outing, etc., to 
wish the Seniors of 1 977 

“Good Luck”! 


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FACULTY AND STAFF 

Barnard, Ann — 20 
Beasley, Marion — 20, 23 
Beatty, Lou — 20, 28 
Beverly, Joyce — 20 
Bishop, Marianne — 228 
Black, Anna — 30 
Booster Club Members — 29 
Brauns, Joyce — 20 
Buchanan, Peggy — 20 
Carter, Richard — 1 8 
Clements, Myra — 20 
Cooke, Mabel — 21 
Cooke, Malicia — 30 
Crouch, Michael — 20 
Darden, Walter — 20, 27 
Deal, Mary — 20 
Dennis, Mary — 30 
Donaldson, Judith — 21 
Dunn, Stephen — 21 
Dutton, Thomas — 21 
Edkelberg, David — 21 
Ellis, Mary — 21 , 26 
Erasmi, Charles — 22 



Eyre, Sarah — 22 
Fink, Peggy — 30 
Forrest, Thomas — 20, 22 
Foster, Murrie — 30 
Frink, Abram — 22 
Gouger, Ethel — 22 
Gregory, Eleanor — 22 
Gurley, Becky — 30 
Harris, Jenna — 22 
Harrison, John — 22 
Hines, James — 22 
Hogge, Betty — 28 
Hovis, Charles — 22 
Hughes, Audrene — 23 
Jackson, Bonnie — 23 
Jackson, Sam — 26 
James, Veeta — 23 
Johnson, Lillian — 23 
Joyner, Audrey — 30 
Knight, Diane — 24 
Larrimore, Zanette — 24 
Lind, Cynthia — 24 
Lyons, William — 24 
Macklin, Maggie — 22, 24 


Milam, Claude — 1 6 
Miles, Carrie — 30 
Mills, Lisa — 24 
Moore, Amy — 24 
Myers, Eleanor — 24 
Murphy, Tony — 28 
Newcomb, Fran — 28 
Northstein, John — 24 
Page, Millard — 1 7 
Parker, William — 24 
Parkhurst, Brian — 25 
Perdue, Dora — 30 
Perkins, Reeba — 25 
Peters, Daniel — 22, 25 
Pinzel, Ken — 25, 27 
Pippin, Nelda — 28 
Podbesek, Martin — 25 
Robinson, Helen — 25 
Rucker, Rodney — 31 
Rush, Florence — 25 
Sadler, Susan — 25 
Seawell, Nancy — 26 
Sedgwick, Will — 31 
Shamblin, Robert — 26 
Sheilds, Mary — 31 
Simmons, Millie — 28 
Smith, Olivia — 36 
Soles, Donna — 29 
Sparrer, Pat — 29 
Spruill, Hattie — 26 
Steele, Robert — 26 
Story, Dan — 26 
Sullivan, Michael — 1 9, 26 
Swartz, William — 26 
Terry, Louise — 29 
Thompson, Nancy — 26 
Tull, Audrey — 3 1 
Tyler, Elsie — 31 
Walker, Diane — 26 
Watson, Betty — 26 
Wells, Bea — 31 
Westcott, Kathleen — 26 
White, Margaret — 27 
Wilcher, Olivia — 27 
Williams, Grayson — 24, 27 
Wilson, Anne — 31 
Wilson, Martha — 31 
Wiltshore, Ken — 27 
Wirt, Steve — 24, 28 
Worst, Laura — 28 
Wright, Becky — 28 




Zalumas, Steve — 27 

TWELFTH GRADE 

Abrams, Debra E. — 60, 61 , 82, 1 1 3, 
125 

Adams, Joseph R. — 99, 1 1 3 
Almonrode, Cindy L. — 61 , 67, 76, 77, 
113 

Anderson, Paul J. — 88 
Ashby, Jocelyn D. — 40, 41 
Auman, Clayton B. — 113 

Babcock, Barbara A. — 1 2, 41 , 66, 67, 
68, 69, 77, 1 1 3 
Barreh, John D. — 113 
Bishop, Cheri L. — 78, 82, 1 1 3 
Bejelland, Chris O. — 113 
Blanton, Lawrence K. — 66, 84, 1 1 3 
Bowman, Rachel E. — 74, 78, 82, 98, 
113 

Bozeman, Ronald — 113 
Brinkman, William R. — 1 1 4 
Brooks, Deight — 88 
Brooks, Melissa D. — 86, 87, 1 1 4 
Bunce, Tammy S. — 75, 1 1 4 
Burnett, Phillip M. — 88 
Burnett, Richard L. — 88, 1 03 
Butler, Theresa G. — 88, 1 1 4 
Byrne, Heather F. — 79, 82, 1 03, 1 04, 

1 14, 1 16 

Carter, James A. — 36 
Carter, Paula D. — 1 1 4 
Cawley, Mike J. 

Childers, Allan Jr. — 36 
Clark, Nanette F. — 78, 1 1 4 
Cokely, Anna L. — 86, 87, 1 1 4 
Cole, Fred A. 

Collier, Catherine E. — 89, 1 1 4 
Cone, Clarence D. — 1 1 4 
Conger, Lou A. 

Cordwell, Sue — 86, 87, 1 1 4 
Cox, Martin — 114 
Creel, Cynthia — 1 00, 1 1 4 
Cronauer, John E. — 89, 1 03, 1 04, 1 1 4 
Croswell, Leslie S. — 86, 87, 1 1 4 

Daily, Rhonda — 48, 86, 1 1 5 
DeAlba, Laurie G. — 89, 1 1 5 


187 


Dias, Michael R. 

Dickson, Bobby A. 

Dillo, Gary — 115 

Drabik, Karen M. — 46, 78, 82, 1 03, 
104, 1 15 
Drewry, Cheri 

Drewry, Gwynn — 48, 49, 86, 1 1 5 
Drewry, James F. — 1 1 5 
Duckett, Robert E. — 78, 96, 98, 103, 
104, 1 15, 1 16 
Dudley, Ray A. — 115 

Ecelberger, Dana — 1 03, 1 1 5 
Edlow, Daniel D. — 80, 1 1 8 
Edmondson, Amy F. — 86, 87, 1 1 5 
Edmunds, Marshall A. — 88 



Edwards, Valeria L. — 78, 1 1 5 
Emery, Raymen L. — 115 
Escaig, Robin A. — 89, 1 1 5 
Evans, Reginald L. — 34, 35, 36, 50, 60, 
76, 1 16, 127 

Fetterman, Keith D. — 72, 1 00, 116, 119 
Fickert, Shelley A. — 86, 1 1 6 
Flory, Gordon R. — 88, 1 1 6 
Forman, Susan E. — 43, 67, 70, 1 1 6 
Forrest, Gregory D. — — 71 , 1 1 6 
Foster, Marlene A. — 82, 86, 1 1 6 
Foster, Marlon A. — 34, 36, 76, 90, 1 00, 
1 15, 1 16, 125, 126 
Fourney, Sylvia L. — 98, 1 1 6 
Fox, Crystal C. — 86, 1 1 6 


Harrod, Larry 

Harvey, Patrick A. — 36, 89, 1 1 7 
Haynie, Cliff C. — 1 00, 1 1 7 
Haywood, Allison L. — 1 1 7 
Henry, Kathy S. — 1 00, 1 1 7 
Hervey, Stephen — 35, 36, 1 1 7 
Hill, Floydean A. — 86, 1 1 7 
Hines, Cathy 

Hodges, Jim R. — 36, 88, 1 1 7 
Hoffman, Linda D. 

Hogge, Rene P. — 88, 1 1 7 
Holland, Cherylene R. — 63, 65, 82, 83, 
117 

Hopson, Kenneth S. — 88, 1 1 8 
Horn, Steve D. — 1 03, 1 04, 1 1 8 
Huntington, Tamara C. — 98, 1 1 8 
Hyatt, Donna L. — 89, 1 1 8 

Ingersoll, Ricky D. — 1 1 8 
Ingram, Russel C. — 36, 50, 60, 1 1 8 
Ivy, Rose A. — 89 

Jamerson, Thomas R. — 88 
James, Curtissa M. 

Johnson, Brenda J. — 86, 87, 1 1 8 
Johnson, Elizabeth C. — 1 1 8 
Jones, Sherry R. — 86, 1 1 8 
Junkelman, Robert W. — 88, 1 1 8 

Kelly, Rodney E. 

Kelly, Susan W. — 69, 78, 79, 82, 83, 
103, 104, 1 18 
King, Darlene A. — 93, 1 1 8 
Kipper, Kevin A. — 84 
Kiser, Carla J. — 118 
Knox, Bruce R. — 78, 79, 118, 123 
Knox, David — 114, 118 

Langston, Stacy A. — 1 2, 41 , 119 
Lenz, Jimmi D. — 65, 79, 96, 98, 1 03, 
119 

Lewis, Iris E. — 87, 1 1 9 
Lewis, Tom C. — 88 
Lockstampfor, Kyle G. — 71 , 88, 1 1 9 
Long, Joseph F. — 88, 1 1 9 
Lunsford, Keith B. — 88 



McClintock, Lowell V. — 36, 1 1 9 
McFall, Cynthia K. — 86, 87, 1 1 9 
McMullen, Jeanne G. — 86, 87, 1 1 9 
McNamara, Julie M. — 86, 1 1 9 
McPherson, Dana A. — 78, 1 1 3, 1 1 9 
Merrill, Allen R. — 99, 1 1 9 
Miller, Diane L. — 122 
Millner, Tammy L. — 89, 1 22 
Mills, Jeff L. 

Millwood, Joseph A. — 122 
Mitchell, Lisa L. — 89, 1 22 
Mitchem, Mary A. — 44, 45, 55, 96, 98 
Moore, John W. — 1 22 
Morse, Andrew R. — 89, 1 22 
Moten, Sharon D. — 1 22 
Mondry, Joseph R. — 122 
Murphy, Earl D. — 88, 1 22 
Murrow, Douglas H. — 70, 78, 98, 1 22 

Neading, Grace A. — 122 
Neuman, Rod W. — 89, 1 22 
Newell, Mary E. — 86, 1 22 

Parker, Terri L. — 43, 66, 78, 82, 1 22, 
123 

Payne, Kelle R. — 66, 1 23 
Perea, David R. — 36, 1 23 
Pitcher, Judy A. — 86, 87, 1 23 
Portlock, John M. — 89, 1 23 

Quarles, Lorie C. — 44, 45, 96, 98, 1 23 
Quass, Laura G. — 64, 1 23 


Gantt, Charlie J. — 36, 88, 1 1 6 
Garrett, Tammy L. — 1 1 6 
Gholson, Cynthina A. — 86, 87, 1 1 6 
Gibson, Rebecca J. — 116 
Gillikin, Gwendolyn F. — 41, 55, 76, 77, 
116 

Goens, Lorelei G. 

Goens, Lynwood G. 

Grantham, Steven L. — 84, 85, 1 00, 1 1 7 
Gray, Stanley J. — 1 1 7 
Green, Cheryl D. — 1 1 7 
Greene, Roland G. — 84, 85 
Gregory, Deborah A. — 48, 49, 86, 1 1 7 
Guarino, Frank J. 

Harrison, Andrew B. — 117 
Harrison, Katheleen M. — 1 1 7 
Harrod, Keith D. — 89 


Macintosh, Susan M. — 1 1 9 
Magnus, George J. — 119 
Masters, William H. — 1 1 9 
Maxwell, John D. — 1 1 9 
_ McAllister, Mark A. — 71 , 88, 1 1 9 



Reams, Carolyn F. — 70, 86, 1 23 
Rinehart, Katheleen — 86, 1 23 
Richardson, Margaret E. — 86, 87, 1 23 
Richwine, Beth A. — 78, 82, 96, 98, 1 23 
Rienth, Paul R. — 67, 70, 76, 78, 1 23 
Roberson, Larry P. — 71 , 88, 1 23 
Roberts, Nancy J. — 123 
Roberts, Ralph P. — 36, 1 23 
Robins, Katherine H. — 82, 1 1 8, 1 23, 
124 

Robinson, Gary L. 

Robinson, Vanessa A. — 40, 41, 66, 67, 
77, 86, 87, 1 19, 123, 126 
Roe, Lynn — 1 24 
Ronquillo, Willie 

Rouse, Rhonda R. — 45, 66, 76, 77, 1 24 
Rowe, Cathy L. — 78, 86, 87, 1 24 
Rushing, Debra L. — 86, 87, 1 24 


188 



Samuel, Randall — 66, 86, 87, 1 24 
Schultz, Rebecca L. — 61 , 113, 115, 124 
Seaman, Mike R. — 88, 1 24 
Sexton, Jay W. — 61 , 76, 1 24 
Shingler, Laureen — 70, 1 24 
Smith, Alice V. — 44, 1 1 3, 1 24, 1 27 
Smoot, Valerie G. — 89, 1 24 
Spencer, Bruce W. — 124 
Spiggle, Carl 

Spivey, Charlie — 46, 47, 71 , 72, 78, 88, 

124 

Stack, Margaret J. — 124 
Stahl, Terri L. — 98, 1 1 7, 1 24 
Stallings, Robert L. — 89 
Stephenson, George P. — 125 
Stephenson, Thomas W. — 125 
Streagle, Tim R. — 1 00, 117, 125 
Summerfield, Steve K. — 34, 36, 76, 77, 

125 

Swearingen, David M. 

Sweeney, Karen J. — 78, 82, 1 25 

Talley, Randall P. — 1 00, 1 25 
Thibault, Leslie L. — 75, 78, 79, 82, 1 25 
Thomas, Catherine J. — 1 25 
Thomas, Wendy C. — 66, 82, 84, 85, 

125 

Triplett, Cynthia L. — 125 
Truston, Douglas — 88, 1 25 
Turner, Lee M. — 82, 1 25 
Turner, Teresa A. — 89, 1 25 

VanTuinen, Louis — 1 25 
VanTuinen, Robert — 1 25 

Wainwright, Robert B. — 125 
V/alker, Darlene V. — 1 26 
Ware, Ureka M. — 41, 126 
Washington, Mabel V. — 61 , 78, 86, 87, 

126 

^Washington, Marjorie T. — 61 , 65, 78, 



82,83,96,98, 1 1 3, 1 26 
Waters, Elizebeth L. — 86, 87, 1 26 
Watson, Carla L. — 126 
Watson, Mitchelle D. — 88, 1 26 
Whitacre, Beverly H. — 126 
Whitby, Alton A. — 36 
Whitby, Marlene A. — 92 
White, Clyde M. 

White, Debra L. — 89, 1 26 
White, Gene A. — 126 


Whitman, Lisa B. — 12, 66, 68, 69, 1 1 4 
126 

Whitmore, Nancy A. — 86, 87, 1 26 
Wiggins, Denece K. — 86, 87, 1 26 
Williams, Julie L. — 48, 1 22, 1 26 
Woodward, Joseph — 69, 1 22, 1 27 
Wright, Earl S. 

Wymer, Donald — 1 27 

Young, Wardell C. — 96, 98, 1 27 


Zalumas, Elizabeth A. — 86, 87, 1 27 



ELEVENTH GRADE 


Adams, Janet — 13,41,55, 132, 139 
Adams, Kimberly — 93, 1 32 
Adkins, Alyssa — 61 , 67, 1 03, 1 32, 1 40, 
173 

Akins, Renea — 61 , 132 
Alfriend, Lucy — 60, 61 , 67, 1 32, 1 39, 
189 

Allen, Gerald 
Anderson, Dennis — 1 32 
Angell, John — 36 
Ashby, Sharon — 86, 1 32 
Atchley, James — 1 32 
Athey, Thomas — 1 32 
Austin, Mark — 46, 47, 1 32 
Ayers, Michael — 71 , 132 

Banks, David 
Barrett, Michael — 1 32 
Bay, Jeffrey 
Beggs, David — 1 32 
Belcher, William — 98, 1 32 
Belter, Robert — 1 32 
Bennett, Mark — 1 33 
Billups, Myra 

Birdsong, Joan — 1 3, 82, 1 33, 1 39 
Blah, Caroline — 44, 96, 98, 1 33 
Bland, Elizabeth — 96 
Blanton, Mark — 84, 85, 1 33 
Branganza, Ernest — 71 , 90, 98, 1 03, 
104, 133, 140 
Bramc, Arthur — 1 33 
Brancke, Pamela — 86, 1 33 
Brehm, Gina 
Brinkley, Mary — 1 33 
Brinkman, Robert — 36, 1 33 
Briscoe, Lamont — 36, 81, 133 


Broaddus, Becky — 75, 98, 1 33 
Brooks, Dwight — 88 
Brown, Theresa — 1 33 
Brown, Victoria 
Buehrer, Jeffrey — 1 33 
Burnett, Mary — 1 33 
Burton, Walter — 88, 1 33, 1 37 
Busbin, Donna — 1 33 

Cabiness, Horace — 1 33 
Carroll, Donald — 89, 1 33 
Carter, Carolette — 1 33 
Castle, Tammy — 1 33 
Chamberlain, Peggy — 1 33 
Chandler, James — 84 
Cheek, Nicola — 1 03, 1 33 
Christian, Carolyn 
Clark, Cheri — 92, 133 
Clark, Keely — 98, 1 33 
Clark, Linda — 1 33 
Clark, Richard — 1 33 
Cokely, Candace — 86, 1 33 
Collier, Sue — 82, 134, 139 
Colvin, Joseph — 84, 1 34, 1 38 
Cox, Susan 

Crockett, Doug — 89, 1 34 
Croneauer, Theresa — 1 34 
Cunningham, Jane — 1 34 

Davis, Joseph — 71 , 134 
Davis, Summer — 1 34 
Dawkins, Dennis — 1 34 
Dickson, Kajuansa — 48, 1 34 
Dillo, Nedra — 86, 1 34 
Dixon, Marilyn — 92 
Dolan, James — 1 34 
Donahue, Claude 
Dong, Hiep 
Dorn, Peter 

Douglas, Debbie — 1 34, 1 38 



Drabik, Edward — 46,71,88,103 104 
134 

Drees, Mary — 1 34, 1 43 
Drewry, Thomas — 1 34 
Dunaway, Janet — 1 34 

Eberly, Nancy — 1 34 
Eddy, Pamela — 1 34 
Edlow, Lillian — 1 35 
Edwards, Rebecca 
Ellis, Roland — 1 35 


189 



Emerson, Richard — 1 35 

Fagan, Jamie — 1 35 
Fairbanks, James — 1 35 
Fee, Roy — 1 35 

Fetterman, Karen — 90, 96, 98, 1 35 
Fickert, Donald 
Fields, Sherry — 48, 92, 1 35 
Fischler, Michelle — 1 35, 1 42 
Fiskus, Charles — 1 35 
Flagge, Liz — 82, 83, 1 35 



Forbes, Felix — 1 35 

Forrest, Denise — 61,1 32, 1 35, 1 36 

Foss, Sue — 40, 41, 77, 135 

Foudriat, James — 70, 98, 1 35 

Fox, Jerry — 1 35 

Fralich, William — 1 35 

Freeman, Ellen — 1 35 

Fulnecky, Mary — 1 36 

Gantt, Dana — 1 36 

Gapcynski, Suzanne — 61 , 82, 1 35, 1 36, 
137 

Garber, Marilyn 

Gardner, Ginny — 82, 96, 98, 1 36, 1 39 

Garrett, Patrick — 1 00, 1 36 

Gay, Celeste 

Gillikin, Debbie — 89 

Gillikin, Miriam — 41, 134, 136 

Gilmore, Sandra — 93 

Gleason, Sharon — 1 36 

Gonzalez, Rachel — 89, 1 36 

Grantham, David — 1 00, 1 36 

Green, Debra — 86, 1 36 

Gregory, Lana — 89, 1 36 

Gregory, Roderick 

Griffin, Tammy — 93, 1 36 

Haagsma, Edward — 1 36 
Hardenburg, Robert 
Hardenburg, Trina — 1 36 
Harnois, Timothy — 36, 77, 1 36, 1 40 
Harris, Timothy — 88, 1 36 
Haskett, James — 36, 1 36 
Heffers, Sheralie — 1 36 
Hemtanon, Srisamorn — 1 36 
Hess, Peter — 73, 1 37 
Hester, Juanita — 93, 1 37 
Hines, John — 1 37 
Hoehn, Rolla — 36, 1 37 


Hogg, Pamela — 1 37 
Hogge, Elizabeth — 88, 1 37 
Honeycutt, Samuel — 1 37 
Hoppe, Catherine — 89, 1 35, 1 37 
Horn, Edie — 86, 1 37 
Hunley, Wayne — 100, 137 
Hunter, Albert — 1 37 

Ihlefield, Mike 
Ihlefield, Ricky 

Jackson, Charlie 
Jacob, Pamela — 86, 93, 1 37 
Jacobs, Avon 
Jennings, James — 1 37 
Johnson, Joese — 89, 93, 1 37 
Johnson, Karen — 1 42 
Johnson, Margaret — 93 
Johnson, Mitchell - — 89, 1 37 
Johnson, Nita — 1 37 
Johnson, Steven — 88, 1 37 
Jones, Albert — 84, 85, 1 00 
Jones, David — 1 37 

Kappel, Kathleen 
Keafer, Dale — 84, 1 37 
Keffer, Mark — 1 37 
Kehler, Craig 

Kehler, Donald — 63, 1 38 

Kellam, Karen — 75, 1 38 

Ketchum, Shannon — 89, 1 38 

Kibbey, Donald — 1 38 

King, Floyd 

King, Gina 

King, Lisa — 1 38 

Kirby, Kathryn — 1 03, 1 38, 1 42 

Knight, Michael — 1 38 

Koman, Joel — 89, 1 38 

Krikales, Donna — 1 38 

Kuehnl, Gretchen — 90, 1 38, 1 40 

Kyser, Julie — 61 , 68, 69, 1 03, 1 38 

Labowski, Heidi — 86, 1 35 
LaRoche, John — 89, 1 38 
Levy, Lon — 46, 63, 74 
Lewis, Brenda 
Lewis, Cheryl D. 

Lewis, Myra — 92 
Lewis, Winston — 36 
Louden, Constance — 1 38 



Mackenzie, Candy — 1 38 
Mackert, Kim — 1 38 
Mann, Leslie — 44, 1 35, 1 38 
Marder, Judy — 86, 1 38 
Martino, Joyce — 86, 1 38 
McCraken, Brenda — 75, 1 38 
McFadden, Moses — 1 38 
McKoy, Phyllis — 138 
Meador, David — 84, 85, 1 38 
Middleton, Scott — 36, 77, 1 38, 1 40 
Millen, Tim — 84, 1 32, 1 39 



Miller, Phillip 
Mills, Donna — 1 39 
Mills, Otis — 84, 88, 1 39 
Mills, Rhonda 
Mitchell, David 

Montgomery, Reginald — 36, 1 39 
Moore, Donald — 36, 1 32, 1 39 
Moore, Robin — 1 32, 1 39 
Morris, Luanne — 48, 82, 98, 1 39 
Moscicki, John — 1 39 
Muckelroy, Joseph — 1 39 
Mudd, Tom 

Musick, Pam — 43, 1 39 
Myers, James — 1 00, 1 39 

Neff, Kim — 1 39 
Neuman, Tod — 1 39 
Norris, Christine — 1 39 
North, Donald — 1 39 

Ogle, Brian — 1 39 
Olstad, David — 73, 1 39 
Opgrand, Cindy — 1 36, 1 39 
Opie, Thaddeus — 88, 1 40 
Osborn, Lisa — 1 40, 1 41 

Parker, Sylvia 

Patri, Maurice 

Pickett, David — 89, 1 40 

Pisarek, Laurie Jo — 1 40 

Portlock, Robert — 1 40 

Powers, Cindy — 1 40 

Prillaman, Alisa — 4 1 , 76, 134, 140 

Quevedo, Craig — 1 40 
Quevedo, Wendy — 1 40 

Rainey, Cheryl — 92, 1 40 
Reid, Gregory — 73, 1 40 


190 




Riggins, Virgil — 1 40 
Roberts, Edwards — 1 40 
Robertson, David — 1 40 
Robinson, Arnold — 1 40 
Robinson, Lola 
Robinson, Loretta 
Robinson, Nadean — 48, 1 40 
Ross-Clunis, Hayden — 84, 85, 1 40 
Royall, Laurie — 1 39, 1 4 1 
Rush, Norman — 141 
Rushing, William — 38, 86, 1 4 1 
Russell, John — 84, 89, 1 41 

Scarlett, David — 36, 1 41 

Seay, Deborah — 141 

Sebacher, Andrew — 73, 1 41 

Sexton, Cary — 141 

Shain, Chris — 40, 41,1 34, 1 41 

Shields, Wendell — 36 

Simpson, William — 1 4 1 

Smith, Diane — 44, 1 4 1 

Smith, Jeanne — 44, 1 4 1 

Snapp, Randall — 1 41 

Squires, Gerald — 64, 74, 96, 98, 1 4 1 

Stephens, Amy — 61 , 82, 1 35, 1 39, 141 

Stiles, Bradley — 141 

Stone, Gregory — 71 , 141 

Stringer, Tina — 93 

Stubbs, Kathy — 44, 1 35, 1 42 

Sullivan, William — 81, 142 

Sulzberger, Cindy — 1 36, 1 42 

Sundy, Timmy — 36, 77, 84, 1 42 

Sykes, Amanda — 1 42 



Tabb, Donald 
Tappan, Jeff 
Tate, Donna — 89 
Taylor, Amy — 64, 1 42 
Teague, Daniel — 1 42 
Thacker, David 
Thornaldson, Eric — 1 42 
Trowleridge, Glen — 1 42 

Vahl, Jeff — 142 

Vann, Henry — 36, 88, 1 42 

Waclawski, Mike — 76, 1 42 
Wakelyn, Thomas — 1 42 
.Wallace, Lorenzo 
Washington, Christine 


Washington, Jerome — 36, 1 42 
Way, Kathy — 1 42 
Weakley, Kim — 43, 1 43 
Wenzel, Terry — 75, 1 43 
Wheeler, Lloyd — 46, 1 40, 1 43 
Whitby, Charlene — 1 43 
White, Ernest 
Whitley, Jerome — 1 43 
Whitman, Phyllis — 82, 83, 1 39, 1 43 
Whittington, Cynthia — 86, 1 43 


.. 


b 




Williams, Cheryl — 43, 1 43 

Williams, Vivian — 1 43 

Williamson, Kirk — 1 43 

Wiltshire, Robert — 81 , 143 

Womack, Tammy — 98 

Wood, Larry — 1 43 

Wood, Rosemary — 1 39, 1 43 

Woodall, Robert — 88, 1 43 

Woody, Daniel 

Wright, Teresa — 1 43 

Wroten, Brian — 34, 36, 37, 77, 1 43 


Yeates, Lance — 1 43 
Young, Gladys — 1 43 


TENTH GRADE 

Adkins, Cynthia — 96, 98, 1 03, 1 44 
Akers, Vicky — 1 44 
Albrecht, Donna — 61 , 144 
Alfriend, Sarah — 61 , 144 
Angle, Chris — 1 44 
Arnold, Michael L. — 144 
Ashby, Crystal — 1 44 


Bailey, Sonja — 1 44 
Ball, Susan — 44, 60, 63, 1 44 
Banks, James — 1 44 
Barkley, John — 71 
Barnes, Vanessa — 1 44 
Bay, Bradley 
Beasley, Mike — 1 44 
Belter, Diane — 62, 75, 1 44 
Bentley, Richard — 1 45 
Berden, William 
Billups, Cheryl 
Birdsong, Brian — 62, 1 45 


Blow, Reginald — 1 45 
Bowen, Rita — 74, 75, 1 45 
Bowman, Danny — 1 45 
Bowman, Sandy 
Brackett, Lisa — 1 45 
Brame, Charles — 1 45 
Brancke, Carol — 1 45 
Brantley, Mark — 39, 1 45 
Braxton, Stafford — 61 , 63, 1 45 
Brimmer, Clarence — 1 45 
Bristow, Douglas 
Brooks, Timothy — 1 45 
Brown, Bradbury 
Brown, Carlton 
Brown, Michelle — 145 
Burks, Bobby 
Burks, Ronald — 1 45 
Byrne, Heidi — 82, 1 44, 1 45 

Call, Joyce — 1 45 
Callis, Ramona — 145 
Campbell, David — 1 45 
Campbell, Kathleen — 1 45 
Canada, Ernest — *- 1 45 
Carter, Janet — 1 45 
Carter, Judy — 1 45 
Childrey, Gary — 1 45 
Christian, Edward 
Christopher, Michelle 
Churchill, Winston — 37, 1 45 
Clark, Cheri — 92, 1 45 
Clark, Glenna — 1 45 
Clayton, Ernest — 145 



Cokley, Edward — 1 45 
Collier, Cliff — 1 46 
Compton, Kevin — 1 46 
Conger, Thomas — 1 46 
Cornick, Lynn — 64, 96, 98, 1 46 
Cook, Harrell 
Corcoran, Mark 
Cornish, Gavin — 1 46 
Costello, Rebecca — 1 46 
Crawford, Gary — 1 46 
Creel, Ellen — 1 46 
Crockett, Colburn 
Croswell, Mary — 1 46 
Crump, David — 1 46 

Dailey, Darius — 1 46 
Decoursey, Robert 


Lynch, John — 1 50 


Dias, April — 1 46 
Dinter, Dee Ann — 1 46 
Dooley, Barbara 
Doran, Richard 
Driver, Daniel — 37, 1 46 
Dunn, Kathleen — 62, 1 46 
Driver, Daniel — 1 46 

Edwards, Zachary — 39, 1 46 
Eley, Doris 

Emerson, Denise — 1 46 
Emery, Alice — 44, 45, 1 47 
Evans, Melanie — 1 47 
Evans, Pamela — 42, 1 47 

Felix, Cynthia — 74, 1 47 
Fields, Kathy — 48, 147 
Fields, Steven — 1 00, 1 47 
Floyd, Dylan 
Forbes, Fergus — 1 47 
Fox, John — 39 
Fox, Parenthia 

Fralich, Tom — 36, 76, 77, 1 47 

Gantt, Jeffrey — 38, 39, 1 47 
Garrison, Becky — 1 47 
Gentry, Anthony — 1 47 
Gilbert, Greg — 39, 73, 1 47 
Gilliam, Dinah — 1 47 
Gillikin, Pauline — 147 
Goens, David 

Godsey, Paula — 1 46, 1 47 
Gordon, Pamela — 1 47 
Gouger, Jeffrey — 73, 1 47 
Gray, Valerie — 1 47 



Gregory, Brenda — 1 48, 1 55 
Gregory, Kay — 1 48 
Guill, Brian 

Hall, Mark — 1 48 
Harper, William 
Harrison, Chris — 72, 1 48 
Hart, Cynthia — 70 
Harvey, Kimberly — 1 48 
Healy, Teresa — 1 48, 1 49 
Heffers, John — 1 48 
Hendricks, Terry — 1 48 
Hester, Valerie 
Hill, William — 1 48 
Hine§, Yvonne — 75, 1 48 
Hoare, David — 1 48 


Hoare, Dennis — 46, 1 48 
Hodges, Thomas — 1 48 
Holland, Ron — 39, 81 
Hollowell, Jul ie 
Holmes, Rosalyn — 1 48 
Holup, Mary — 44, 1 48 
Howell, Pamela — 148 
Humphrey, Shane — 1 48 
Hursh, James — 77, 1 48 
Hyatt, Cynthia — 1 48 



Jackson, Gary 
Jankowski, Rose — 1 48 
Johnson, Bridgett — 1 48 
Johnson, Michael — 39 
Johnson, Richard — 39 
Johnson, Rodney — 1 49 
Johnson, Wilbert — 98, 1 49 
Jones, Devorah — 44, 1 49 
Jones, Julie — 42, 1 46, 1 49 
Jones, Kelly — 68, 1 49 
Jones, Wilbur — 70, 1 49 
Junkelman, Jeff — 1 49 

Kellam, George — 1 49 

Kelly, Karen — 96, 98, 1 44, 1 49 

Kelly, Sharon — 96, 98, 1 49 

Ketchum, Kevin — 1 49 

Kilburn, Lori — 1 49 

King, Sherri — 1 49 

Kirby, Nancy — 1 49 

Kirkman, John — 1 49 

Kiser, Jesse — 1 49 

Knight, David — 1 49 

Knox, Elizabeth — 1 49 

Krob, Eric — 1 49 

Kuehal, Karen — 91 , 149 

Lanai, David — 1 49 
Lang, Donna — 1 49 
Lankford, Nancy — 1 49 
Lawhon, Joseph — 81, 149 
Leslie, John 
Lewis, Karen — 1 50 
Lewis, Rachealle — 93, 1 50 
Lewis, Ruth — 1 50 
Lewis, Steven 
Livengood, Evelyn — 1 50 
Loesch, Mathew — 1 50 
Lorbeski, Sherry — 42, 1 50 
Lumpkin, Nancy — 86, 1 50, 1 54 


Macfarlane, Lori — 1 50 

Madison, Cindy — 61 , 150 

Manning, Rodney — 39, 1 50 

Marquis, Phillip — 39, 1 50 

Martin, Jeanette — 1 50 

Marvin, Pamela — 86, 1 50 

Masby, Charles — 1 50 

Mason, Gail — 1 50 

Masters, Doris — 1 50 

Mayton, Michael — 1 50 

McComb, Tom — 71, 73, 150 

McDaniels, Allison — 42, 1 46, 1 50 

McGuire, Brenda — 1 50 

McLawhorn, Wade — 1 50 

McPherson, Cynthia — 43, 1 50 

Meintel, Pam — 1 50 

Merrill, Elizabeth — 151 

Merrill, John — 151 

Miller, Amanda — 151 

Mills, Julie — 151 

Montgomery, Kimberly — 48, 1 51 

Moore, Cado — 151 

Moore, Carol — 151 

Moore, Pamela — 48, 86, 1 51 

Morgan, Steven — 1 51 

Morris, Kenneth — 151 

Morrison, Edna — 151 

Moul, Nancy — 44, 151, 154 

Mundell, Summer — 1 5 1 

Murphy, Candice 

Murphy, Kelly — 151 

Musial, Christopher — 73, 84, 1 44, 1 51 



Neff, Colleen — 151 
Nelson, John — 81, 151 
Nelson, Paul — 1 51 
Nesmith, Kathy — 151 
Noland, Myron — 151 
Norris, Lee — 1 5 1 

Oney, Elaine — 151 
Opie, Patricia — 48, 1 5 1 

Pappaminas, Maria — 151 
Pardue, Kathy 
Parker, Gwen — 86, 1 52 
Parker, Jackie — 1 52 
Patrick, Ronald — 98, 1 52 
Pederson, Paul — 1 52 




NINTH GRADE 


Perea, Julie — 1 52 
Player, Jim — 39, 1 52 
Portlock, Curtis — 1 52 
Prato, Robert — 62, 1 52 
Puckett, Jennifer — 75, 152 

Quarles, Jeanne — 44, 1 52 
Queen, Linda — 1 52 

Radcliffe, Kathryne — 86, 1 52 
Radcliffe, Rita 
Ragan, Brenda — 44, 1 52 
Ragan, Guy — 1 52 
Rainey, Sharon 
Reed, Lori 

Reickle, Donald — 1 52 
Richie, Christie — 1 52 



Richwine, David — 73, 1 52 
Ricks, Spencer 
Riggins, Darlene — 1 52 
Riggins, Edward 
Roberts, Julio — 36, 81 , 152 
Roberts, Melissa — 48, 1 52 
Robins, Andrew — 73, 1 52 
Robinson, James — 1 52 
Robinson, Julia — 1 52 
Robinson, Lesa — 61 
Robinson, Nettie — 1 53 
Robinson, Ramona — 1 44, 1 53 
Robinson, Walter 
Robinson, Yolanda — 48, 153 
Rohr, Barbara — 1 53 
Ross, James — 1 53 
Rowe, Steve 

Runyan, Scott — 74, 1 53 
Rush, Dale — 1 53 

Scaife, Markis — 1 53 
Seltzer, Barry — 98, 1 53 
Shields, Marion — 1 53 
Shields, Robin — 1 53 
Shingler, Karl — 1 53 
Shoulders, Ricky — 88 
Smith, Richard 

Soles, Joanna — 60, 1 49, 1 53 
Spencer, Wayne — 1 53, 1 55 
Stallings, Phillip — 73, 1 53 
Stauty, Gary — 1 53 
Stewart, Keith — 73, 84 
Stiltner, James 


Story, Ryal — 1 53 
Stout, Paul — 1 -3 
Strickland, Gary — 1 53 
Stringer, Terry 
Stubbs, Kevin — 1 53 
Swinton, Natalie — 1 53 

Tapscott, Leslie — 1 53 
Taylor, Walter — 1 53 
Terrell, Stephen — 98, 1 53 
Thibault, Gregory — 80, 1 54 
Thomas, Dawn — 1 54 
Thorvaldson, Alan — 1 54 
Tucker, Jeff — 1 54 
Turner, George — 1 54 

Vantuinen, Louis — 1 54 
Vaughn, Margaret — 1 54 
Venable, Marion 

Wade, Michael — 39, 1 54 
Wakelyn, Jeannie — 44, 45, 1 54 
Walker, Vanessa 
Walsh, Aaron 

Ware, Sherrie — 1 3, 42, 1 54, 1 55 
Washington, Hariston — 39, 1 54 
Washington, Horace — 39, 1 54 
Washington, Melvin 
Washington, Victor 
Waters, Ethel — 1 54 
Watson, Mike — 1 54 
Webb, Lori — 86, 1 55 
Welsh, Anthony 
Westcott, Sandra — 13, 155 
Westfall, Mike — 71 
Wheless, Ronald — 1 55 
Whitby, Chauncey — 1 55 



White, Brenda — 1 55 
White, Daniel — 1 55 
White, John — 46, 1 55 
Williams, Kim — 1 55 
Williams, Walter — 1 55 
Wolford, Daniel 
Wood, Sandra — 61 , 155 
Woodward, Anthony — 1 50, 1 55 
Wright, Robert — 62, 1 55 

Yeates, Laurie — 73 


Abrams, Monica — 93, 1 56 



Abrams, Monique — 93, 1 56 
Allison, Mead — 1 56 
Anderson, Kim — 99, 1 00, 1 56 
Anderson, Steve — 1 56 
Armistead, Leigh — 46, 74, 1 56 
Arnold, Patricia — 1 56 
Atkins, Steve — 1 56, 1 61 

Babcock, Della — 1 56, 1 62 
Bagalewis, Erlinda — 1 56, 1 58 
Bailey, Katherine — 42, 1 56 
Baldwin, Debra — 1 56 
Ball, Joseph — 1 56 
Banks, Chauncey 
Banks, Jerome 
Barnes, Sandra — 1 56 
Barrett, Pat — 1 56 
Bartek, Melissa — 42, 1 56 
Beggs, Shirley — 1 57 
Black, Donna — 75, 1 57 
Bland, Charles 
Blevins, Laurie — 1 57, 1 59 
Blow, Allen — 36, 157 
Blow, Andrea — 1 57 
Bloxom, Robert — 157 
Borum, Paula — 1 57 
Braganza, Robert — 157 
Brandt, William — 1 57 
Brewer, Willard — 1 57, 39 
Brooks, Jody 

Brown, Deborah — 1 57, 98 
Buchanan, Jimmy — 1 57 

Cadenhead, Sue — 1 57 
Carn, Deborah — 43, 1 57, 1 65 
Canterbury, Bruce 
Carbonell, Carl — 39, 1 57 
Carden, Ronnie — 157 
Carretti, James — 80, 1 57 
Carter, Bridgette — 1 57 
Carter, John — 1 57 
Carter, Michael 
Carter, Sharon — 1 57 
Castle, Deanna — 1 57, 1 60 
Cavallaro, Samuel — 52, 1 57, 1 61 
Chandler, John — 71 , 99, 1 57 
Childers, Philip — 1 57 


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Christian, Barbara — 1 57 
Clayton, Eugene 
Coffey, Lori — 75, 1 57 
Cokley, David — 1 57 
Conway, Robert — 1 58 
Cook, Regina — 1 58 
.Cooper, Steven — 1 58, 1 63 



Coy, Michael — 1 58 
Crist, Donald — 46, 1 58 
Cronauer, Patricia — 1 58 
Cruse, Dion — 80, 1 58 
Culver, Donald — 1 58 
Curfman, Catherine — 43, 1 58 

Daily, Toni — 1 58 
Davis, Barbara — 1 58 
Davis, Karen — 1 58 
Davis, Keith — 1 58 
Davis, Kenneth — 39, 1 58 
Davis, Ricky — 1 58 
Davis, Robin — 1 58 
DeCoursey, Joseph — 1 58 
Dennis, Keith 
Detar, Todd — 1 58 
Dever, Scott — 1 58 
Diaz, Kenneth — 1 58 
Dinter, David — 1 58 
Dipippo, John 
Dixon, Andre — - 1 58 
Dobbins, Elaine — 61 , 158 
Domanick, Donald — 1 59 
Douglas, Debra — 1 59 
Douglas, Donna — 1 59 
Drabik, Lynne — 1 03, 1 59 
Drewry, Wayne — 1 59 
Dryden, Kathleen — 1 59 
Dryden, Reginald — 1 59 

Edwards, Clifton — 80, 81 , 159 
Eley, Dianne 
Ellison, Susan — 1 59 
Engle, Richard — 1 59 
Evans, Jacqueline — 1 59 

Fee, Jacqueline — 1 59 
Fee, Suzanne — 1 59 
Feldman, Lillian — 1 59 
Felix, Kendal — 80, 1 59 
Felton, Dereck — 1 59 
Fields, Reginald — 1 59 


Fields, Reginald — 1 59 
Fish, Donald 
Fiskus, Thomas — 1 59 
Florentine, Nicholas — 1 59 
Fortin, Renee — 1 59 
Foss, Nancy — 1 59 
Fraga, Stephanie — 75 
Freier, Friedrich — 1 59 
Fulnecky, Katherine — 1 59 
Furlow, Pamela 

Gay, Tommy — 80, 1 59 
Gervais, James — 1 60 
Gibbons, James — 1 60 
Gibson, Cheryl — 1 60 
Gilbert, Cindy — 1 60 
Giles, Jonathon — 1 60 
Gillikin, Jacqueline — 1 60 
Gills, Sherry — 1 60 
Gleason, Michael — 39, 1 60 
Goodman, Yvonne 
Gothreau, Priscilla — 1 60, 1 64 
Graham, Cheryl A. — 75, 1 60 



Graham, Cheryl L. — 160 
Grantham, Dan — 1 60 
Greene, Yvonne — 1 60 
Gregory, Broderick 
Griffin, Cheryl — 1 60 
Griffin, Kent — 1 60 
Grogan, Amy — 61 , 98, 156, 1 60 
Guarino, Robert — 1 60 

Haagsma, Karen — 1 60 
Haislip, Scott — 161 
Haley, William — 161 
Hamilton, Charlotte — 161 
Harris, William — 46, 1 61 
Harrison, Donna — 72, 86, 161 
Harrop, Deborah — 75, 1 61 
Hassenger, Lisa — 71 , 75, 161 
Hassenger, Lori — 70, 71 , 161 
Heath, Chantay 
Henry, Kathy — 161 
Henry, Steven — 161 
Hester, Walter — 39, 1 61 
Hill, Christine — 48, 1 61 
Hill, Jeffrey — 39, 1 61 
Hill, Teloria — 1 61 
Hoare, Kevin — 1 6 1 
Holmes, Richard — 39, 1 61 


Hoppe, Paul — 39, 161 
Howell, Woodrow — 72, 1 61 
Hudnall, Timothy 
Huff, Marvin 

Huntington, Theresa — 72, 75, 86, 1 62 

Irby, James — 1 62 

Jacobs, Deanna — 1 62 
Jacobs, Veronica — 1 62 
Jamerson, Douglas 
James, Stephanie — 1 62 
James, Vanda — 1 62 
Jandowski, Barbara 
Jandowski, Marilyn — 1 62 
Jennings, Jolinda — 1 62 
Johnson, Christopher — 1 62 
Johnson, Gregory — 1 62 
Johnson, Jennifer — 1 62 
Jones, Delivery 
Jones, James — 1 62 
Jones, Steve — 1 62 
Jones, Vicki — 1 62 
Junkleman, Joni — 86, 1 62 
Jurek, Julie — 75, 1 62 
Jutras, Kenny — 39, 96, 98, 1 62 

Kane, Robert — 1 62 
Keffer, Herbert — 39, 1 62 
Kehler, Dianna — 42, 1 62 
Kessler, Michael — 1 63 
Ketchum, Robyn — 1 63 
Kiluk, Tracey — 1 63 
Kimbrey, Randy — 39, 1 63 
King, Glen — 1 63 
King, Harvey — 71 , 163 
Kinney, Dreama — 1 63 
Knight, Robert — 1 63 
Koehle, Amanda — 1 63 
Kopcynski, Robert — 163 
Krueger, Billy — 163 



Kudlinski, Robert — 1 63 
Kyser, Harry — 1 63 

Lamb, Kevin 
Lawhon, Terry — 1 63 
Levy, Guy — 46, 1 63 
Lewis, Karen 
Lewis, Loretta — 1 63 
Lindsey, Tracey — 163 


194 


Lloyd, leresa — 163 
Louden, Anita 
Lowman, Janet 

Madison, Richard — 1 63 
Major, Troy — 1 64 
Mann, Charlotte — 1 64 
Marshall, Carol — 1 64 
Martin, Joyce — 1 64 
Martin, Karen — 81 , 164 
Marvin, Harriet — 164 
McCracken, Gloria 
McFadden, Angela — 1 64 
McGeary, Kim — 1 64 
McKeel, Lisa — 1 64 
McKoy, Kevin — 1 64 
McLain, Charles — 1 64 
McLain, Victoria — 1 64 
McLard, Kevin — 80, 1 64 
McTheny, Lynn — 1 64 



Middleton, Jon — 1 64 
Middleton, Sindi — 1 64 
Mills, Monty — 1 64 
Millwood, Terry — 1 64 
Mitchell, Maurice — 1 65 
Moore, Gian — 1 65 
Moore, Pam — 1 65 
Moore, Vicki — 1 65 
Moose, Michael — 1 65 
Muckleroy, Dorothy — 86, 1 65 
Mueller, Andrew — 39, 1 65 
Munoz, Melynda — 63, 1 65 
Murphy, Anne — 13,1 65, 1 66 
Murphy, Dennis — 165 
Murphy, Patrick — 1 65 
Murtland, Rick — 1 65 

Nesmith, David 
Newcomb, David — 81, 165 
North, Anita — 1 65 

O'Connor, Christie — 1 65 

Page, Lynda — 1 65 
Park, Tina — 1 65 
Parker, David — 1 65 
Parker, Sheldon — 1 66 
Parks, Conald 
Patton, Donald — 1 66 
Perrin, Violet — 1 66 


Peterson, Lawrence 
Pierce, Jeffery — 1 66 
Pisarek, Lee — 81, 166 
Powell, Susan — 1 62, 1 66 
Przypek, Carolyn — 1 66 

Quevedo, Kelly — 1 66 

Ragans, Duane — 1 66 
Rasanen, Colleen — 1 66 
Rasanen, Teresa — 1 66 
Raupp, Thomas — 1 66 
Reed, William — 1 66 
Rhinehart, Karen — 92, 1 66 
Rhyne, Dewayne — 1 66 
Rickey, Elizabeth — 1 66 
Ricks, Shelia 
Robbins, Larry — 1 66 
Roberts, Natalie — 1 66 
Robinson, Charles — 81 , 166 
Robinson, Margaret — 1 66 
Robinson, Mark — 46 
Royall, John — 1 66 
Runyan, Belynda — 61 , 75, 1 66 
Rushing, James — 80, 81 , 166 

Sadler, Mark — 1 66 
Samuel, Darryn — 1 67 
Samuel, Aundria — 1 67 
Samuel, Kevin — 39, 1 67 
Schroeder, Kristine — 1 67 
Scott, Christine — 42, 46, 1 67 
Scott, Paul — 1 67 
Scott, Robert 
Seay, Teresa — 1 67 
Self, Paul — 1 67 
Shain, David — 1 67 
Shields, Daniel — 1 67 
Shields, Michael — 1 67 
Shields, Suzanne — 1 67 
Simmons, Susan — 1 67 
Simonton, Mark — 1 67 
Simpson, Barbara — 1 56, 1 67 
Smith, Kimberly — 167 
Smith, Laurie — 1 67 
Smith, Rita 
Smith, Stacey 
Smith, Stanley — 167 
Snapp, Donald — 1 67 
Spencer, Milo — 1 67 
Squires, Susan — 1 67 
Stahl, Gail — 13, 167, 168 
Stallard, Mark 
St. Arnold, Tammy 
Stiles, Cheryl — 1 67 
Stone, Curt — 1 67 
Story, Joanna — 1 68 
Sweeney, Jeffrey — 39, 96, 1 00, 1 6 1 , 
168 

Swinton, Gladys — 1 68 
Sykes, Al — 168 

Tabb, Jacqueline — 1 68 
Talley, Michael — 1 67 


Tarnawa, Mark — 1 68 
Tate, Charles — 1 68 
Tate, Teresa — 1 68 
Taylor, Barry — 1 61 , 1 68 
Terrell, Jane — 1 68 
Tiller, Dean — 81 , 168 
Todd, Paula — 1 68 
Totten, Terri — 1 68 
Troutman, Kerri — 1 68 
Truston, Ruth — 1 68 
Tyler, Terry — 39, 1 68 

Vasquez, Oswald — 1 68 

Waits, Angela — 1 68 
Walker, Keith — 39, 1 68 
Walker, Terri — 48, 1 68 
Waller, Vicki — 1 68 
Walters, Tammy — 1 68 
Washington, Burnett — 168 



Washington, Geraldine — 1 69 
Washington, Kernell — 1 69 
Waters, Michael — 1 69 
Weakland, Ken 
Webb, Ginger — 86, 1 69 
Wellington, Jonathan — 1 69 
Wertz, Craig — 38, 39, 96, 98, 1 69 
Westmoreland, Kelly — 98, 1 69 
Wheeler, Jeffrey — 1 69 
Whitby, Richard 
Whitmore, Ronnie — 1 69 
Williams, Brenda 
Williams, Wayne — 1 69 
Williamson, Wendy — 1 69 
Wilson, Brian — 1 69 
Wingfield, Michael — 1 69 
Wright, Ronald 

Yonemitsu, Kathlyn — 169 


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Wilson Moore 


Brian Wroten 


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Paul Rienth 


Susan Forman 








Photo Credits 

The photo credits have been compiled and recorded on the system that follows: The first number indicates the page on which the credit 
was found and is followed by the picture number on that page. Picture numbers are determined by numbering top to bottom and left to right. 


Paul Rienth: 4-5, 5-1, 5-3, 5-5, 5-6, 5-7, 6-4, 7-3, 8-3, 8-5, 9-3, 10-all, 1 1-all, 23-2, 24-1, 27-6, 28-4, 34-2, 34-3, 35-1, 
35-3, 35-4, 36-all, 37-all, 38-all, 39-all, 40-all, 41-2, 41-3, 41-4, 42-all, 43-all, 44-all, 45-1, 45-3, 46-all, 47-all, 48- 
all, 49-all, 50-all, 51 -all, 52-all, 53-all, 55-all, 56-all, 57-all, 68-2, 70-all, 90-all, 91 -all, 94-all, 95-all, 96-2, 96-4, 102- 
all, 103-5, 103-6, 103-7, 128-1, 128-2, 128-3, 134-1, 134-16, 135-3, 135-18, 137-8, 139-3, 139-18, 141-18, 143- 
1, 146-1, 146-16, 147-3, 147-18, 148-21, 149-23, 150-1, 151-4, 152-13, 153-11, 154-12, 155-1, 160-1, 161-3, 
165-17, 166-21, 168-13, 169-11, 171-1, 172-1, 173-5, 174-3, 188-3, 192-2, 193-2, 193-3, 196-3, 195-1. 

Susan Forman: 29-4, 29-5, 60-all, 61 -all, 62-all, 63-all, 64-all, 65-2, 65-3, 65-4, 67-1 , 72-1 , 72-3, 82-all, 83-all, 84-all, 
85-all, 86-all, 87-all, 88-all, 92-1, 92-2, 92-3, 92-4, 92-5, 96-1, 96-3, 96-5, 98-1, 98-3, 98-5, 99-all, 100-all, 101 -all, 
109-4, 129-1, 129-2, 129-4, 1 31 -1 , 1 31 -2, 1 31 -3, 132-1, 132-2, 136-13, 137-1, 141-3, 142-1, 144-1, 144-2, 154-1, 
156-1, 156-2, 158-1, 159-4, 160-16, 161-20, 162-1, 162-16, 163-4, 163-19, 164-15, 167-25, 170-2, 170-6, 171-4, 
1 72-2, 1 72-3, 1 73-2, 1 73-3, 1 73-4, 1 75-2, 1 75-4, 1 80-1 , 1 87-2, 1 87-3, 1 88-2, 1 91 -2, 1 98-1 , 1 96-2, 1 96-4. 

Wilson Moore (Rem-Pak): 4-3, 4-4, 6-2, 6-3, 6-5, 7-1 , 7-2, 7-4, 8-4, 8-7, 9-2, 9-4, 1 2-all, 1 3-all, 1 8-all, 1 9-all, 20-1 , 20- 
8, 21-7, 22-1, 22-6, 23-5, 24-8, 25-8, 26-1, 30-9, 65-1, 66-all, 67-2, 67-3, 67-4, 68-1, 69-all, 72-2, 72-4, 72-5, 73- 
all, 74-all, 75-all, 76-2, 76-3, 76-4, 77-all, 78-all, 79-all, 79-all, 80-all, 81 -all, 93-1, 93-2, 93-3, 93-4, 93-5, 98-2, 98- 
4, 113-1, 113-2, 114-13, 115-3, 116-1, 117-15, 118-15, 119-1, 120-all, 121 -all, 122-1, 123-3, 124-3, 125-13, 126- 
13, 127-1, 128-4, 128-5, 130-1, 131-4, 136-19, 140-16, 170-5, 173-1, 174-1, 187-1, 189-2, 189-1, 189-3, 190-1, 
190-3, 191-3, 192-3, 195-2. 

Brian Wroten: 1-1, 4-1, 4-2, 5-4, 8-6, 9-1, 41-1, 68-3, 68-4, 68-5, 71-all, 76-1, 92-6, 93-6, 105-all, 106-all, 107-all, 
108-all, 109-all, 127-6, 127-8, 127-9, 130-2, 130-3, 131-5, 155-14, 174-2, 175-5, 182-2, 190-2, 191-1, 192-1, 196- 
1 , 200 - 1 . 

Jack Ecelberger: 103-1, 103-2, 103-4, 140-1, 170-3. 

Lou Beatty: 1 38-1 , 1 42-1 7, 1 70-4, 1 71 -2, 1 75-3. 

Bruce Knox: 5-2, 8-1 , 8-2, 1 27-7. 

Cindy Almonrode: 45-2, 1 29-3, 1 29-5. 

David Knox: 6-1 , 7-5, 1 88-1 . 

Daily Press: 34-1, 35-2. 

Bill Gornto: 1 98-all. 

Kent Blanton: 171-3. 


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Colophon 

The 1977 Falcon was printed in offset by Taylor Publishing Company in Dallas, Texas. Cover design by Lucy Alfriend. Dallas 
Plant Consultant was Vicki Smith. The theme "The Times of Your Life” was taken from a song sung by Paul Anka, reprinted by 
permission of Chappell Music Company. The base color of the cover is 75% black with applied silver, and the grain is Levant. The 
paper is 80 pound enamel. Headlines are 82 Ups. Divider pages are 100% black with reverse print, with appropriate phrases from 
the theme song. All copy is original. 


Advisor 

Co-Advisor 

Co-Editor 

Business Manager . 
Typists 

Sports Coordinator . 
Staff Photographers 


Staff 


1977 Falcon Staff 

Mrs. Lillian Johnson 

Mrs. Margaret White 

Rhonda Rouse 

Lucy Alfriend 

Randy Samuel 

Mrs. Margaret White 

Business Department 

Cindy Almonrode 

Susan Forman 

Paul Rienth 
Brian Wroten 

Alyssa Adkins 

Sarah Alfriend 
Barbara Babcock 
Kent Blanton 
Susan Forman 
Sue Foss 

Suzanne Gapcynski 
Cheryl Green 
Kelly Jones 
Kelly Payne 
Terri Parker 
Lorie Quarles 
Vanessa Robinson 
Amy Stephens 
Karen Sweeney 
Wendy Thomas 
Brian Wroten 


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Editor’s Wrap-Up 

Creating this book promoted a mixture of emotions — frustration, determination, and 
finally, relief. There are a few people who stood with us through all of our “Why’s” and 
“I don’t care’s” who deserve the best of thanks. First, Mr. Milam and the rest of the 
administration and staff — mainly for their cooperation and patience. Second, Mr. 
Danny DeFalco, our representative and friend, whose inspiration and support helped to 
keep us sane; and Mr. Wilson Moore, our professional photographer. Third, we would 
like to thank Mrs. Margaret White, co-sponsor, and the rest of the Business Department 
for typing every page of this book. Last, and most important, we owe everything to Mrs. 
Lillian “Sissy" Johnson. Without her loyal dedication, perseverance, patience, and good 
humor, this book would not have been possible. 

To next year’s staff, we wish you the ability to reach a deadline now and then — 
(something we never achieved) — and the good fortune of a reliable and loyal staff. 





Rhonda Rouse 
Lucy Alfriend 
Co-Editors 




Good morning yesterday 
You wake up 

and time has slipped away 
And suddenly it’s hard to find 
the memories you left behind 
remember, Do you remember 
the laughter and the tears 
the shadows of misty yesteryears? 

The good times and the bad you’ve seen 
and all the others in between 
remember 

Do you remember the times of your life? 
Reach back for the joy and the sorrow 
put them away in your mind, 
for memories are times that you borrow 
to spend when you get to tomorrow 
Here comes the setting sun 
The seasons are passing one by one 
So gather moments while you may 
Collect the dreams you dream today 
remember 

I 

Will you remember the times of your life? 

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A Division of Roger Nichols Music, Inc. 

Chappell & Co., Inc., administrator 

International Copyright Secured 

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Used by Permission. 


Emotion is the foundation of our lives, and coupled with memo- 
ries, makes living worthwhile. Without the memories, the events and 
emotions dry up and die. It is hoped that this book will provide those 
memories, and help you to re-capture the events and faces of 1976- 
77 many years from now. For these are indeed “The Times of Your 








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