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Mr. Hawkins-

CELEBRATES

_ Mrs. Howell, Mr. Bass, Mrs, Harrelson, Mrs. Haye, dietician, Mr. Hawkins and Mrs. Hobbs, celebrate lheir tenth anniversary at Martin.

Principal. l9S9 - i970.

LEROY MARTIN 1959AND 1970 Ten years ago LeRoy Martin opened its doors f or the first time. At that time there were only 47d students a n d a f a c u l t y o f t w e n t y _ s e v e n . D ,"urr"iontgi " a , it,s first few months Martin organized u ili_d Y-Teens, and Nationil Junior Hono. Sol ciety. The new Martinites, lfib c o a c h i n g o f R o b e r t G a y , o r g a n i z "enda " . a' Tthoedrie_ ball, basketball, and baseball team. was a squad of 8 cheerleaders. ln September oi 19b9 the building was not complete but it was completed in No_ vember of that year. It wasn,t until three years later that the new wing was added.

Mr. Shook -

Assistant principal.

Mrs. Holyfield -

Girls' Counselor.

Of the 2 Z staff members, Z remain. Mr. Hawkins, who had previousfy leen boys counselor at Daniels, remains with us, along with Mr. BasS, Mrs. Hobbs, Mrs. Howell, Mrs. Harrelson, Mrs. Huyu, ou, cafeteria manager, and Mr. Harris, our head custodian. previously known as Riclge ^ {Ia1tin, Road Jr. High, was named for Mr. L"R;; Martin by the Raleigh School goara. Ur. Martin served on that school board for r.u/enty years. The new students, who had attended _ Daniels, quickly set to wort organizini the school and electing oficers. The Stu"_ dent Council first organized the lunch recreation that many of us wilt enjoy this year.

Mrs. Brown- School Secretary.

Mr. Lenn- Boys' Counsetor. o

Today there are 1,170 students attend_ ing Martin and our faculty consists of b6. Besides occupying the Vocal music room and the dramatics room, Martin now holds classes in the mobile units outside of the gym. There is a S,tudent Council and lb executive committees. Gym classes are full along with the other classes. Martin has come a long way in ten years and we like . w i l l to think that our litile bit help make

it a little bit better,


TENTH BIRTHDAY

David Phelps and Hal Snyder prepale lor WRAL cametamen. ll's Marlin's tenth birlhday.

Mrs. Mccoller,

librarian, and Mrs. Wimbish, assislant,

Wink Hilliard, Charles Draughn celebrale Martin's 1oth birthday.

STATF Editor ............. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S e u oHyr r , r , A s s i s t a n t E d i t o r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R e NMocyA n e u s Sports Writer . . . . . . . . N r r - s o nC o r r B y E d i t o r i a l s E d i t o r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P nD1n1erN p B u si n ess M a n a g e r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C o u u M r 8u s s r r - w H I r r C i r e u la t i o n M a n a g e r , . , . , , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B o sHsoyo p r n S t i l d e n t W r i t i n g . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . K eG RA ETNN E R P h o t og r a p h e r s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E o wB a n rnr o r N a n d Bnucr Wersow Art (cover\ . . . . . . . . . . . . D u s n rF r BnnN assisted by Rowxtr DIr-lenn D a i s i es D on ' t T e 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L oGnrrrire- n r u , Grxe Dory D e a r L e R o y . . . . , . . . . . . . S s r n y tO w r x s , J o H N C n . u c , DBssrs FrenN E x c h a n g e E d i t o r s . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A r , r - r s oRr li N o , Brrry SrupsoN L a y - Ou t E d i t o r . , . . . . . . , . . . . . . .. D . BsoneHTnoupsoN

Copy Editor.... ............Jurrr Mrr,rrn Puhlicity ..............Wrsr-ry SnBnnoN S t u de n t Co u n cIi R ep o r te r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . K r NHNr cr yx s Club Reporter ..............Lrrne Cr,rNr Superlatiwes ............KrRsr8N GRoss Reporters.,.,,,MIcHAEL Bnowu, Srnvr Drrnuerr, Sruvr Haunrcxs, Perry Hucus, Jorv SurrH, Jrrr Wrr,orn Adqisor Mns. Br-rrcx

Mrs, Black Where's the Journalism Class now?

Typing added to Maltin's curriculum, Valerie Shelton, Peggy Jones, Wesley Wyatt, Mike Moore lype.

1970 Barbecue earned $800 lor Marlin PTA.

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MR,. CUDDY

Mr. Hawkins and Mr. Coales, PTA president, introduce

lhe candy sale prizes.

14 The candy sale ended. November with a total of $16,190.00 collected. Approximately was made $6,000 in profit equipment available to buy audio-visual and materials,

Mr. Cuddy, eighth grade language arts and social studies teacher, is the only Martin student to return as a teacher - 9 years after he attend.ed Martin. Life at Martin in 1959 was a Iot different from what it is today, Mr. Cuddy says. For example, no one went through the wrong doors in the cafeteria, there \'vas no gum che\,ving, anal the food was good. Discipline was also stricter than it is now.

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Mike Brown, Philip Dean, Randy McAdams, Nelson Cotley, Sleve Deerhake, Joey Smith, Sleve Hendricks, Kenny Hicks; Second Row: Lorna Gillelle, Wesley Sherron, Karen Gainer, Kirsten Gross, Sheryl Owens, Linda Cline, Sandy Hill, Debbie Featn, Julie Millet, Patty Hugus, Jefl Wilder, Mrs. Black; Back Row: Deborah Thompson, Connie Musselwhite, John Craig, Bobby Hooper, Gina Doty, Betly Simpson, The Journalism Class.

Our pholographers-EdwardBreeden, and Bruce Watson.


Red & White - 1970