A C Jones High School - Trojan Yearbook (Beeville, TX)

 - Class of 1987

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Homecoming THRILLS . . . Trojans KILL!!! ,Y "Have you been to the Lemon Tree? They have the most gorgeous dresses!" "No, but has Robert asked you to Homecoming?" "Not yet, isn't he so cute? I'm dying for him to ask me!" "I sure hope we win ... this is the big one!" Anxiety, excitement, joy, and maybe even frustration accompany one of the most thrilling times of the year . . . Homecoming. Much commo- tion typified the week, in- cluding two events that would prove to build the students spirits. After a night of scavenging wood for a bonfire, students began to see a bright light on the night of Wednesday, Oc- tober 15, which signified the student bodies' devotion to helping the Trojans "burn up" the Ftobstown Cottonpickers. Next, a lot of footstomping and ear piercing noise was made to push the Trojlans onto the field with not ing but victory in their hearts. But victory wasn't the only thing on students minds: Homecoming was also a big day for special dates. The couples were formed and plans were made as the boutineers and corsages were ordered and the dresses and suits were bought. Nothing could compare to the excitement of the Homecoming nominees, though, as they awaited the night when the Homecoming Queen would be crowned. Escorts and nominees practiced on the field the route they would have to walk for t e big night when they would be selected as princess, duchess or a Carlos DelaGarza walks proudly by Anne Treadwell's side as she is an- nounced this years 86-87 senior princess. Junior princess was Allison Martinez with her escort Steve McBrayer, Sophomore princess was Crystal Lazenby with escort Travis Tindol and finally the Freshman princess Jennifer Ramirez was escorted by Giz Selby. Senior Homecoming Court: Anne Treadwell, Amy Matteson, Amy Bomersbach, Angie McTee, Stacey Dickey, and Kelli Belew. Their escorts were Carlos DeIaGarza, Jason Brady, Jaime Ortiz, Jim Salazar, Victor Acepcion, and Scott Smejkal. lad -in-waiting. inally the practicing was over and they were ready for the real thing. Huddled together on the sidelines with crossed fingers they held their breath as they were announced one-by- one, until Kathy Cantu was remaining, our 1987 Homecoming Queen! "l didn't think I would make it because of the com- petition. When they were calling out the Sr. Homecom- ing ourt, that's when I started to get real nervous. And when it was down to two of us and they called out Anne Treadwell as Senior Princess, I was happy and relieved that it was all over. l guess you could say that my high school years have been the best!" The field was then cleared as the fans cheered on the Trojans to a victory! Our var- sity players Ied the Cotton- pickers on a wild goose- chase as we scored touchdown after touchdown to finish off the night with a 46-0 finale. A crowd of happy students and elated football players then proceeded to the col- iseum where "Country Breeze" played for our Homecoming Dance.

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