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June 1, 1978
THE FULL MOON
Senior Supplement — Class of '78
Albemarle Senior High School's Class of 1978
First row, left to right: Cathy
Russell, Connie Bates, Angie
Tucker, Susan Poplin, Carol
Jeanette Gwaltney, Jan Hill, Lisa
Page, Susan Speight, Ann
McLawhorn, Daisy Swaringen,
Bonnie L. Little, Wanda Elaine
Green, Glenda K. Scott, Adriene
A. Sellers, Margaret Crisco,
Pamela Stokes, Anita Lilly,
Second row: Sheila Pen
nington, Ivey Cytrena Snuggs,
Kim Blalock, Jane W.
Faulkenberry, Anne Holshouser,
Mandy Furr, Beverly Hatley,
Cathy Denning, Sharon Led
better, Jane Leigh LaSalle,
Janice Roberson, Cathy Hopkins,
Sharon Hill, Wendy Lowder,
Misty Dick, Yvette Howell,
Teresa Thompson, Vanessa
Baldwin, Debbie Boysworth.
Third row: Sharon Dawn
Lowder, Koni Lynn Whitley,
Kolis Lea Whitley, Debbie K.
Russell, Donna Jean Purdee,
Joyce Ann Watkins, Denise
Marie Deninger, Kimberlee Ann
Herring, Donna Lynne Kirk,
Adele Marie Carre, Dorothy
Catherine Ingram, Sharon Kay
Hiller, Terry Anita Carpenter,
Donna Marie Creech, Laura Jane
Richardson, Marsha Lynn Dick,
Kristy Lowder, Rhonda
Fourth row: Georgette R.
Ayers, Shelley W. Hatfield, Lydia
D. Whitley, Raquel Howell,
Priscilla Jane Galloway, Debbie
Owens, Francene Crump, Mary
Moses, Cindy Dunevant, Connie
Ann Hill, Beth Thomas, Kim
Hinson, Helen Burleson, Patty
Aguirre, Trina Chandler, Carla
Crisco, Tammie Thompson,
Becky Peck, Janie Staton.
Fifth row: Dean A. Lowder,
Michael J. Reese, Kyle P.
Holcomb, Donald E. Little, Barry
Stoker, Eric S. Thompson,
Reggie Taylor, Randy Plyler,
Benton Bogle, Kent Harkey, Billy
Williams, Ronnie Thomas,
Nathan Mullinix, William
Lowder, Burt Keck, Mark
Sixth row: Charles B. Lowder,
Randy C. Rummage, Donny
Last Will and Testament
Seniors Leave A Little Behind
I Andy Morton, leave my place on the basketball team to Tim Miller,
(watch out for the splinters!)
I, Janie Staton, leave anything left to Lisa Cochran and Kyle
I, Greg Hearne, leave all my ability to do as little as possible as a
library aide to anyone who can do a better job of doing nothing.
I, Wendy Lowder, leave my abilities to fix hair to Mrs. Dennis, and my
empty desks, empty parking space, and books to anyone that can
I, Sharon Miller, gladly leave Donna Gathings the “Choke.” (It’s to be
used only in moments of pressure).
I, Debbie Owens, leave all my problems of yearbook and English to
I, Joyce Watkins, do hereby leave my reputation to any junior who
considers himself a confidante or an intermediary.
I, Eric Crisco, leave with a rhyme. These last few years of precious
time, are grains of sand within my mind. As I leave these grains of
time, may each minute be better with each chime.
I, Donna Purdee, leave all of my Inside Track notes to any unlucky
junior or senior.
I, Sharon Ledbetter, leave to Susan Nance my share in the FD5, to P.
C. many a crazy horseback ride, and to L. D. P. great hope and
happiness for ever!
I, Dawn Lowder, leave the Bunsen burner in chemistry lab no. 12 to
anyone who can top Terri Carpenter’s and my fire.
I, Bobby Archer, leave my TRM in Mr. Hollis’s cabinet to collect dust.
I, Sharon Hill, leave all my troubles of finding someone to go to the
store at lunch, to anyone who wants to take the chance of getting
I, Anne Holshouser, leave my seat in Coach Taylor’s room to anybody
who can listen to him talk about rats and human torture all period.
I, Carol Gwaltney, leave my seat at the baseball games to any player’s
girlfriend who is faithful enough to sit through freezing, rainy, and
I, Denise Denninger, hereby leave all the pains of studying Spanish to
Mr. Morrow’s up-coming Spanish H students.
I, Tom Ochs, Leave Mr. Smith’s Physics class to anyone brave enough
and smart enough for the challenge.
I, Victor Karam, leave my daily tradition of singing in the hall to
anyone with guts enough to carry on.
I, Brad Austin, leave Mr. Robert A. Hollis to any junior who is an out
door sportsman to try to teach the boy how to fish.
I, Benton Bogle, leave to anyone and everyone my Taoist morbidity
and my Nick Danger decoder ring.
I, Kim Herring, leave my piano jobs to Lori Hatcher, and my art,
waterskiing, and love to my not so little brother, Scott.
I, Patty Aguirre, leave here.
I, Eric Skidmore, do hereby leave to any deserving basketball player,
the best seat in the gym for watching the basketball games, THE
I, Connie Bates, leave my back chemistry lab station to anyone who
has the ability to make it through the year.
I, Greg T^son, leave my bricklaying ability to the most interested stu
dent in the coming bricklaying class, Michael Rushing.
I, Tim White, leave all my wrestling skills to Dean Carroll, and with
the skills he already has, he should be Albemarle’s first state
I, Becky Swanner, leave my parking place to Doug Terry for his Mach
I after mine is gone.
I, Foster Parker, leave my basketball shoes for Ralph Boyd to fill,
even though his feet are bigger.
I, Terri Carpenter, leave to Frieda and Kelly all my headaches in
yearbook and to “Ethel” the trips up the road, backstrokes, and
I, Laura “Gaycrack” Richardson, leave Rickey Burleson with all my
English term paper writing abilities and those left in Explorers,
another crack to climb.
I, Cytrena Snuggs, leave all my great cheering experiences to Cheryl
Freeman, and my love to Michael Cain.
I, Alan Phillips, leave my “next to none” trombone ability to Bill Bax
ter who needs all he can get.
I, Buster Biles, leave the L.A.P. program to all who take D. E.
I, Teresa Thompson, leave my genius brain and knowledge and se
cond seat in the sixth aisle in English to John Whitley.
I, Kyle Holcomb, leave my little brother Todd Holcomb his next two
years at Semor High, trying to impress Coach Holcomb and Mr.
I, Tom Moore, leave my “Golden Toe” to Dino.
I, Pamela Stokes, leave.
I, Bobby Harwood, leave behind nothing.
I, Annette Morgan, leave six empty desks, one empty locker, and one
empty parking space to anyone willing to fill them.
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Lambert, Todd Davis, Greg
Hearne, Bobby Archer, Buster
Biles, Ronnie Kearns, Robert
Woodle, Bobby Harwood, Mack
Knotts, Tom Ochs, Mike Bowers,
Seventh row: Robert Cotton,
Jr., William Hudson, Eric Crisco,
Victor Karam, Andy Morton,
David Herrin, Eric Johnson,
Timmie Earl White, Jeffrey
Arcell Flake, Jacob Bennett
Davis, Jr., Lester Otto Parker,
Stopper Jones Horton, Dwight Jr.
Harris, Michael K. Townsend,
Andrew E. Green, David B.
Watkins, Brian T. Shaver, Jeff
Noah, Tom Moore.
Ei^th row: Mike Mauldin,
Phillip Lowder, Charles Burris,
Alan H. Phillips, Doug Hughes,
Timothy Honeycutt, Brady
Goforth, Harlie Clark, Jr., Darryl
Currie, Foster Parker, Gregory
B. Tyson, John Edwards, Stacy
To Speak At
The Senior Class of 1978 will
graduate June 2. Graduation
ceremonies will begin at 8 p.m. as
144 seniors solemnly assemble in
the ASHS auditorium in their
royal blue and white robes.
Opening the ceremony with the
invocation will be William
Nathan Mullinix, III, President of
the Senior Class. Dr. H. T. Webb,
Jr., Superintendent of the City
Board of Education, will in
troduce the guest speaker. The
address will be delivered by
Wade Smith. Mr. Smith, a
graduate of Albemarle Senior
High School, is now a practicing
attorney in Raleigh and is a
member of the North Carolina
General Assembly. While a
Morehead Scholar, he was co
captain of the Carolina football
team and received All-ACC
Receiving the honor of class
valedictorian is Ronnie Thomas.
Ann McLawhorn earned the
position of class salutatorian.
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