Abilene High School - Flashlight Yearbook (Abilene, TX)
- Class of 1981
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Abilene, Texas 79603
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Protecting the Eagle for unwanted mtrudels are
Todd Boring and Nick Watts
Abilene High has always had a blend
of unity, grace, and spirit that far
exceeded the realms of character that
was needed by each and every school.
That quality was pride. Pride was
exhibited on the sport Helds, the
classrooms, and in all the events in
which Abilene High participated
throughout generations and
Who could forget the three
consecutive state football champion-
ships won by the Eagles in the late
Hfties? Although the team was not
as powerful as some, they won
because they had pride-pride in
themselves, their coaches, and most
importantly, in their school.
Eagle pride was at its peak every
time "the beat" was played, or as
Bold Gold cheered everyone one. But
most of all, it was felt when the
participants donned the black and gold
of Abilene High, and showed everyone
their pride in their school.
All summed up, Eagle pride was,
and continued to be, the activities,
the organizations, and most of all, the
people at Abilene High.
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Tater tots from the snack bar are often the main diet of hungry
students like Tammy Davis.
Parties, movies, disco, football games, and eating
out were just a few of the activities shared by most
high school students. Most students, beginning on
Monday, started to count down the days until the
weekend. On Friday and Saturday nights most kids
relaxed and tried to forget the pressures and tensions
of every day life.
Although a lot of time was spent on having a
good time, the students also had to worry about
homework, working at a job, or just passing a class.
Teens felt all the pressures of growing up in a busy
and ever-changing society. Being a teen in the 80's
was a challenge that was accepted without any
questions, Most students wanted to get out and
live life to the fullest while they had their
Even though a lot of time was spent away from
school, students also had a lot of in school activities.
Different school clubs such as French, Fl-lA, and
National Honor Society often planned parties to Ht
the seasons. Ffodeos took up the time of the farm
minded students, while speech team students
practiced the difhcult techniques of debate or the
ability to speak in public.
Eagles worked hard at whatever activity or
club they joined. There was always something
that needed to be done or challenges that had
to be met.
Student life division- 7
Giving advice to Virginia Booker is Mrs Lornore Hernandez
Preparations for the future year takes a for of mme as Angie
Constable makes out ner tenzarfye scnedule
Students gather to plan their schedules for the year in
Upon arriving to school, studenis find it necessary to head
mr ine rnain uffmes
8- The beginning
beginning . .
The first day of school had finally enveloped
everyone in a mass of confusion. Throngs of
sophomores vvalked around trying to look like
they knevv vvhat they vvere doing, and vvhere
they were going. ln the meantime juniors and
seniors strutted about, trying also, to look not
Registration vvas the first, and the biggest
hurdle to overcome. "l've never been more ready
to go to class, than after l sat in the lunch
room for a week trying to register," said an
exasperated Bud Weeks. Out of 7,974 students
vvho registered, 525 vvere seniors, 687 vvere
juniors, and the remaining 702 vvere
And novv, vvith registration behind them, the
students all looked forward to an exciting year.
Dusty Caviness receives help from Miss Linda Collrhs during
With registration comes many hassles, so Mr Lynn
Mendenhall helps Kim Oliver overcome a fevv hurdles
At registration, Mrs. Marilyn Cluck and Terr Harris prepare
to ard registering students.
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"Bink, bonk, boing. " No, this was not the hit
tune from 2007 Space Odyssey, or the Tl-500 that
is owned by your basic valedictorian in Red China,
Flather, it is the sound made by some Hve hundred
calculators at Abilene High. Calculators ranged in
si2e from the small pocket-sized calculator, to the
deluxe "lVlombo, the baby whale" size.
People used calculators for a number of reasons,
For instance, everything was done from working
algebra and trig problems, to writing "l-li slob, " to
your desk partner. One loved to have his trusty
calculator next to him so that he could smile heartily
at his neighbor whose pencil was worn to the nub.
Not all was lost, however, as usually a mission of
mercy was made to Texas Instruments to get the
poor towhead a Tl-30. Usually, it all went for naught,
as the little brainchild that sat in the corner with
his slide rule, made the 'A " in the course because
he correctly identihed pi to the 43rd term.
This space-age technology has reached from the
far realms of the classroom to the work force.
Accountants, bankers, teachers, and bookies used
calculators in everything from averaging grades, to
Nguring odds, and to make transactions of money.
Oh well, at any rate two plus two still equals four,
no matter how you Ugure it,
John Chalk turns to consult Nolan Hives on his chemistry lesson
Homecoming, with all the glamour and splendor,
happened as a result of many hours of preparation.
To begin with, six different clubs, along with the
three classes, competed against each other rn Sing
Song, This built up everyone 's spirit for Homecoming
Signs, locker boosters, and decorations were the
main items of preparation for Homecoming.
Frequently after school, a variety of students were
seen painting signs, or decorating the halls or the
gymnasium. Thursday night after Sing Song, students
were seen until the wee hours of the morning,
decorating for the pep rally.
Homecoming took a lot of cooperation from a
lot of different people. Mr. Wes Odell, quite possibly
the most frenzied teacher in regards to Homecoming,
had a right to be so, He had to coordinate Sing
Song, get the three Corvettes for the Homecoming
vehicles, write the description of the Oueen, and,
above all, he made sure everything came off smoothly.
His cohorts, alias the "Faculty Fossils, " helped
Homecoming become a big success.
A feeling of accomplishment came over everyone
involved with the preparation of Homecoming, Thus,
Abilene High had one of the most successful
Homecomings in years,
A big night awaits Homecoming Oueen finalists Jackie Flores,
Suzanne Hickey, and Stacy Brecheen as they select their attire
Even sophomores can do big things, as shown by Neal Coates
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reparing the museum for Homecoming, Kelth Klnnard staples
is life away
With devilish grins on their laces,
prepare a l-lornecorning sign
Nick Watts and Susan Hall Dreams of Mary Poppins mn through Melanie Srnlths mind
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Jbrdan eonfemplares buying a mum.
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Srng Song '80 consrsted of srx organrzatrons, and
the three classes that competed agarnst each other
lor the honor of berng selected the best rn costume
and vocal. Band swept both awards for the clubs,
whereas the sophomore class drd lrkewrse rn the
ROTC led off the evenrng of "Srngrng rn the erghtles
wrth a new tune, " wrth a splendrd array of precrsron
marchrng and drrlls. Tommy Ghant brought the crowd
to therr feet wrth hrs cadence durrng hrs solo. l-lowever,
thrs was not enough to stop the band from Hmarchrng
away" wrth the awards, The band "wrzards" won
vvrth therr varrety of songs and choreography.
The sophomores, dressed as angels and devrls,
produced a heavenly sound, whrch beat the "urban
senrors, " and the three decaded worth of funfors.
The junrors sang musrc from the hftres, srxtres, and
seventres, whrle the senrors sang songs from the
hrt movre of 7980, "Urban Cowboy,"
However, the brg hrt of the nrght wasnt any of
the classes or clubs, but the hosts and hostesses,
whrch provrded much of the entertainment for the
evenrng, They were Jay Dennrs, Melanre Smrth, C onnre
Faulkner, and Charlre Earp. Jays "Kermit the Frog, "
along wrth Charlre and lVlelanre's "Coneheads, " kept
the audrence rn laughter all nrght long.
To have a show that succeeded as well as Srng
Song drd, rt must have good drrectors. Joe Brown
and Scott Wood provrded that, by grvrng up over
a month of therr school year rn order to make a
All rn all, Srng Song was a brg hrt. The rnost
rmportant thrng rt drd was to brrng all the students
together rn a feelrng of sprrrt, unrty, and
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Srngrng rn the erghtres wrth a new tune are Jay Dennrs, lV7Gl6inrG The wrzards of band used some magrc to wrn the club drvrsror
Smrth, Connre Faulkner, and Charlre Earp Of Snug Sung
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Students, parents, relatives, exes, and fans of
all sports hlled Shotwell Stadium on Homecoming
night. But amidst all the splendor and excitement,
the Eagles were not able to pull out a win against
the Odessa High Broncos.
The stadium was decorated festively as enormous
amounts of black and gold colored the stands, which
reiterated the fans devotion to dear old Abilene High.
Yellow Homecoming balloons, provided by the
National Honor Society, floated above the heads of
the crowd, who were waiting for the Eagles' Hrst
touchdown. When the hrs! touchdown was scored,
the balloons flew freely into the sky. Black was not
to be outdone, however, as thousands of black
streamers dangled off a gorgeous array of
Three Corvettes slowly made their way around
the field as Homecoming boiled down to the long
awaited moment. A creeping silence overwhelmed
the stadium as an exiremeh long pause preceded
the announcement h V:V en. The revealment
of the Queen was A ' Qi by a magnihcent cheer
from the crowd Stacy Brecheen was crowned
Homecoming Oueen for 7980.
As Homecoming '80 came to a conclusion,
everyone involved with making Homecoming
something special were relieved. Sleep would Unally
come to those seniors who had worked so haroi
and the sophomores and funiors who had tried to
make Homecoming successful, And for Stacy
Brecheen, Homecoming '80 would always be one
of her fondest memories.
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The time was twenty minutes before the bell
rang for lunch, and "BOOM" the munchies attacked.
He started to nibble on his pencil, chewing
it to a nub, he then desperately reached for
his classmates pen. Anxiously the desperate soul
started counting the seconds til food.
Finally the bell rang. Rushing through the crowds
of people, he ran to the snack bar window
and asked for an ice cold Coke and his favorite
candy bar, then painfully the starved boy was
turned down because of the new law that
the Federal Government passed that banned certain
foods that were "determined to be of little
nutritional value to school students."
Foods which were not allowed to be sold
to students on school grounds were any kind
of soda pop, flavored icicles and chewing gum.
Hard candies such as sourballs, lollipops, fruitballs,
candy sticks, rock candy, and jaw breakers were
also no-no 's. Candy and candybars whether flavored
chocolate, strawberry, or vanilla, that do not
have nuts, peanut butter, coconuts, nougats,
or rnilk-based hllings were not allowed either.
Jellies and gums, marshmallow candies, licorice,
spun candies, and candy coated popcorn were
also taken away from junk food addicts,
The bubbles had popped and the noise his
stomach made attracted attention. Before the
boy melted away, he gave in and ordered a
nutritional meal from the cafeteria line.
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Class is not always the time to be caught munching,
so Gerald Garcia devnurs the evidence
To give the last bite of the burrito, Andy Albarado
shows PGQQV Strokes good rnanners
Healthy drinks such as lemonade or milk disappear by
Yield not to temptation is a rule made to be broken
when Jarnie Oate holds this luscious donut
Appetites of growing young rnen Tony Beblovvskr, Richard
Aguirre, Todd Wifson, and Ronald Lewis require fu!! course
rneafs from the cafeteria frne
Because nutrition is important to ner, Mrs Vickie Cook
chooses a juicy orange for a snack
Chow time at McDonald's for tne senior breakfast brightens
rne early morning for Elice Seguin and Frances Escober
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looks at a hne tuner being shown to her by Dana Beitcher
Music today was not the same as music of the
past. Long gone was the revolutionary sounds of
the Beatles that made girls scream, cry, and pledge
their love to Paul McCartney or Ringo Starr. Elvis
was no longer every woman 's fantasy although many
of his fans still mourned his death and cherished
his memories. Teens had turned their music hungry
ears to musicians of the present.
lf a student ambled to the parking lot, he would
have found a variety of music blaring from parked
cars or trucks depending on the taste of the individual.
Songs that came from pick-up trucks or cars made
cowboys stomp their boots, get up and holler and
inspire some to do a little boot scootini Disco fans
got down to the sounds of the Commodores and
boogied in the parking lot with Donna Summers.
Still, there was another sound that came from those
who wanted to fam with ACXDC or get into the
heavy metal sound of Ted Nugent.
Another breed of music could also be heard from
stereo speakers. This sound of music was considered
slightly mellow and yet had that certain catchy beat
that made it so popular. lt was a collection of music
that had a little country rock or disco all in one.
This music added depth and imagination as well
Every collectors' dream is having a montage of albums.
as variety for the listener. Popular artists that ht
this category were, The Charlie Daniels Band, Jackson
Brown, and Wings. One of the most popular songs
that was played by the school band at football games
and was dedicated to the opponent was 'Another
One Bites The Dust" by Oueen. Other popular tunes
that joined t he ranks of being favorites were "Drivin'
My Life Away", "l Believe ln You", "Lady", "Out
Here On My Own", "Cars", "Touch And Go", and
A person had his choice of music to listen to
according to his particular taste. Each student had
his own favorite melodies and music was dehnitely
a part of everyones life. Music had changed and
it seemed every musical artist was dOlrlg their own
A Panasonic stereo with head phones has a good quahty sound
and Sherri Hines checks for the hnest tuning.
All nght, everybody put your hands on your
headfthrs rs a stfek up Thfs saylng vvas often
sald ll7 the old days out today what reasons
do vve have to put our hands up?
Wa vlng, handstands, Changfng of volleyhallplayers
fn a game, vvhen a band dfrector strikes up
the band or vvhen the students sang the school
song vvere all good reasons for students to
ratse thelr arms
The best reason, hovvever, vvas vvhen the
Mlghty Eagle football team scored one of therr
numerous touohdovvns, forofng the referees arms
up, As the arms vvere rarsed, lt caused a
ohaln reactfon IIT the Abllene l-lrgh section. Bold
Gold threvv therr arms ln fubllatfon, the hand
played the llght song, and even the coaches
smlled l-lovvever, vvhen a penalty flag vvas seen,
the vvhole process vvas elfmrnated.
To put your hand into the alr sometrmes
vvas llke gettrng your toot stuck H7 your mouth
F or INSIHHCE, a student lmost lfkely a sophomorel,
raised hrs hand ln Engllsh class Then, vvhen
he was asked the ansvver he dldnt knovv lt.
F or the rest of the day he hld under hrs
All ln all, the rarsed arm more than likely
shovved that one knevv the ansvver to something,
hut rt vvas good to Ltevvare the person vvlth
therr arms ralsed, out a dumplounded look on
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thought by ,lullan Alvarez, as he tlwiilts hrs precious answer
Signing on to
the 80 's
Now is the time for the signs of the 8O's, The Urban
Cowboy look, better known as the "drugstore cowboy"
look is a sign of the new decade. Science hction movies
and shows are back in vogue this year such as "Star
Trek", "The Empire Strikes Back", and "Jetsons", Toys
such as smurfs, which are little blue men that run around
doing wild and crazy things have also begun to become
popular this year.
Presidential elections and the lran crisis also started the
decade off in a boom. However, we could not leave the
women out, For instance, ERA. has made a mark on
There were shows on TV like "Real People", "Thats
Incredible", and "Those Amazing Animals" for every member
of the family, which presented the facts, trivia, and the
unusual events of the times.
The year had come and gone, along with it went the
signs of the times which held many memories.
Popularity of sign language promotes the international year of the
Kermit the Frog from the "Muppet Show can brighten up anybodys
Getting ready for the Odessa game Marty Aguero shoe polishes his
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Junior class money raisers worn by Ma Densman and Julle Fowler,
signal tnat the Abilene Eagles are number one.
Whether hated or loved by the television audience, Larry Hagman as
JR Ewing of "Dallas" nas blg bucks cornfng his way.
Hat display shows George Stewart's support for Reagan for President.
Homecoming provided a booster of ego for tackle John Greenlee.
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Strange as rt may he, none of the teachers dressed
up for Halloween Oops! They drd? Sorry teach ln
all actualrty, though, the teachers spoolced the
students more than the students spoolfed the
teachers Costumes ranged from the cheerleaders'
Nlcrtty oats, " to several sophomore burn yrctrms, to
Mr l-lurleys "Hunchback of Notre Dame f'
The decoratron of the school also added to the
atmosphere for a spoolc y Halloween Bold Gold pasted
bats and yaclc-o-lanterns to the loothall players!
lockers, whrle the cheerleaders added to the mood,
as they parnted eerre sprrrt srgns. Eyen one rnlamous
senror honors teacher put a rack-o-lantern rn hrs room
The sprrrt ol l-lalloween oulmrnated rn the pep rally
Frrday mornrng Wrth the lrghts turned low, and a
colfrn lyrng rn the haokgrfourtd, the cheerleaders
captured the theme ol 'Spook San Angelo " Then,
all ol a sudden a war'lotnk, otherwrse known as St ott
Mlood, llow down lrorrr the ralters, oxer the lmrvd,
and reelved hayotf on the pep rally llXlrcre rttr ol
runnrng rnto the wall, Stott? lt was amazrng that
he drdnt fly rnto tr tut'a
There was no trrtfk ahout rt, llaf'.'oweerr was
delrnrteh a treat lor Attrlerre Hroh as the A lrohty laores
VVr1h wand rn hand Soma Prurtt awarts the start ol the Ortober
37st pep rally
Asserntrled rn front ol the school ready to scare away yrsrtors
are on the trrst row Lrsa Blank, Errc Morrrs, Mary Beth Brotherton,
Rhonda Fornhy, Drana Barnes, Gwen Goodell, Crarg Johnson,
Steve Perry, second row Keyrn Bowman, Brett llarrrs, Bruce
Barley, thrrd row Mrndy Alhouoh, Fargo Pierce, Tracy Brshop,
Leesa McKee, Chen Gooch Sharon Jones
spoolced up a yrctory by heatrng the Bobcats by
a score of 2644
Eleoanfe rs the word to desc,'rrt2f,' tlunny student Shen
Drearnrno ol 41 yrctory rs drsoursed Hold Gold rrzmfrtlrn' Lrsa llenrrqy
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"Cock-a-doodle-doo!" No, this is not an excerpt
from the ever-popular "Chicken Man" senes, but
the sound that wakes up millions of Americans each
day. Beheve it or not, people at Abilene High wake
up every morning leven teachers and yearbook
editorsl, in much the same way. The Amencan
standard for waking up is remarkably alike no matter
where you are from.
Morning also brings a variety of sounds. Beginning
with the "brring" of the alarm, one is led to the
shower. After the "splat, splat" of the shower, the
majority of Americans sit down to the "Snap, Crackle,
Pop " of their Rice K nspies, or some other cold cereal.
Then the husband reads the paper and growls, wife
nags "You 're always behind that paper and never
look at me. " The kid has surely screamed by novlc
the dog has barked, the coffee has been turned
over, and the baby needs his diaper changed. By
the time 8 o'clock rolls around, the house and mom
are a total wreck, mom goes in and takes some
aspirin, and starts to work on the house. This is
your typical American morning, and not a piece from
the Bumstead residence, where Dagwood goes
running out and runs over the mailman.
So, wake up America! Put your eyedrops in, drink
your eight cups of coffee, kiss the dog instead of
your wife. A new day has begun!
3O- The Great - A Wakening
A career with Max Factor possibly awaits Renea Martin as
she brushes on her blush.
Washing out the greasies, and combing out the fnzzies, Henea
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In the never ending battle to beat the clock in getting ready
lor school, Cheri Gooch hurries to brush her teeth,
Silently suspended in slumber, Suzanne Hickey, a senior,
dreams of sugar plums dancing through her head.
Score another assist for Mr Bubble,
as Chen Gooch shaves her legs
Every athlete starts his mormng vvflh a good breaklasf
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The Graaf Awakening-37
Go To The End of The Line
Lines, llnes, llnes Here a llne, there a lfne, every
vvhere a line, lfne One just could not get avvay from
lines, short or long lt seemed like nothing could
be accomplished vvlthout vvaltlng In line. The
supermarket lfne, the llnes fn the alrport, leat your
heart out OJ. Sfmpsonl, the lines for the pay toilet,
or the unemployment lines l-loyvever, lines could
take on a totally dlfferent perspectlve.
Since time began men have glven vvomen a line
Maybe that fs vvhy God made Adam hrst, so he
could have enough trme to Ifllllk up a lfne to throvv
at Eve llove those flg leaves! lt lS amazing to note
hovv many times these llnes have hackflred, leavlng
the male durnhfounded vvhfle the female vvlt
Lines popped up everyvvhere, fn the cafeteria,
ln the attendance offlce, lll the nurses office But
perhaps the most consplcuous lfnes that appeared,
popped up on the teachers' faces. Teachers at the
end of each year ended up vvfth more llnes on their
faces than a sheet of notebook paper,
Llnes vvere a dehnlte factor in the everyday lffe
of the student, Llnes caused distress and detafned
many people IU thelr busy schedule. l-lovvever, lines
had a positive aspect. Nevvacoualntances were made,
and old friendships vvere strengthened, all because
of the dreaded line
Kenny Joyner gives Phyllis Wlley a line that cheers both of
gig i"?m .
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First come first serve IS the policy for Bret l-larns, Tony Munoz,
vvhfle Lisa Hllden uses the phone
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Arriving at Abilene Municipal flirpof I, forrmv P1i'sifff2nI,Jarnes
E Carter, nonors Abilffnvvvillmz:.'1rnp.1ig7rismponlvovernber
Suzanne Hickey volunteers her Iinm at the Republican
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Lee Abernathy speaks to Studurils xilnoifl thu presidential
race during a morning assofnhly
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The week of the Cooper game is a week of desmfction
So, foorballolayefs Mike Davis, Nick Warts, and Too'dBormg
put plastic over the ffefdhouse vvalf, and ,orofect it from
Many lasting friendships were made during exchange day,
as Nick Warts and Vickie Vick discover
Signs of the feelings of Ihe upcoming game are ODVIOUSQ
such as the bands sign to "blast the Coogs "
Showing Cooper who is super, Neal Coates demonstrates
his artistic abilities
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lt has been said that opposites attract. This
was the case at exchange day, as new
friendships were developed between later to
be cut-throat rivals. Sixty students from each
school were involved as Cougars learned about
the day in the life of the Eagles, and vice-versa,
Both the students from Cooper and Abilene
High enjoyed life at AHS better than the
atmosphere created at the southside
Therivalrypeakedabout midway in November,
as the two schools collided in a friendly game
of football. However, the southsiders prevailed
again, running their winning streak to a number
of years. But the rivalry was over before it began,
when the big shoot-out came the week of the
game. Some childish pranksters from the
southside filled the Eagle in front of the school
full ofarrows. However, that deed was avenged,
and the shoot-out came to an end.
Every year it has been said that the rivalry
is phasing out, but it always seemed to grow,
thereby the theory is disproved that opposites
Leading the student body around the campus during the
surprise pep rally, Eagle band marches to the fight song
Western cle thes stampede styles.
Like sand through the hourglass so were the
styles of our clothes The lashtons and styles
hed Changed oyer the years Looking back one
remembered the clothes worn and how much
they dllfered from preyrous styles
Fashtons thls year yerred from bow ttes wtth
the oxford shirts of the stxtres on the girls
to the latest loalers on guys The preppy look
wtth knee high socks, wool sweaters, and plaid
Showing that he's got class, Steve Conley wears some
bl the latest mens fashions
Wearing his fashionable wool sweater, George Barnes hlts
oll tht: school year
JS- -Weye got tflass
sklrts boosted the wool lndustry. Corduroy
hlazers and pastels were a htt, but the most
popular was the common drugstore Cowboy
look Cowboy boots, hats, belts, and western
shlrts were Comblned to lorm thls style, Even
Cowboy boots worn wlth sktrts showed that
hlstory does repeet ttsell
Male lashrons were somewhat typrcalq tennrs
shoes, tfshtrts, and jeans were the popular
No one really knew what krnd of styles to
expect from dey to day Styles and fashions
chengedtust as the flow of the time dfd. Almost
any styles were acceptable dependtng on the
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H1111 takes many ovffwmg vfews, as shown by me select few who
tw! Io dvfftm tngm
Ole Saint Nick CWattsD pots me Moa! touches on me frm? as
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fn' eff Rttsfe Saftrhez ngfpg pup
Coaxing a little girl m cmmr funk mm his bag, Mr Lee
flbeffmllw purlmys 5.111111 Claus dmmg me Clwsrmas
Adding the final touches In Html Tlmflksgfvmtj lmskcr, Hubserv
Flows and Ezfgyffmr HllIJfLIl4f,17LIl ffm Ms! llrrle? bl! of goodres
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Proposing marriage is serious llbslrvt-rss, Ken Hall flUCfS out
as hc? is turned down by an ttnlntereeteo' Mindy Albaogh,
Corinne Miller watches
Performing William Shakespeares Romeo and Juliet earned i
Gary Jones an Academy Award NOHWIWGIIOU from the Honor
Newlyweds Lee Nicholson and Mlke McNeil contemplate Band and new Honor Society member Ronnle Baxter pla
where to go on thelr honeymoon, as travel agent Barbara his "instrument" at the rnltlatlon breakfast
Martln awaits their declslon
ATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS. Susan Crarg, Renea
Vartrn, Alan Srnrth, Beverly Edwards, Suzanne Hrckey,
Not too rnany people rn school know what
the number 3.9 stood lor Approxrrnately
srxtyslrve to seventy students rn the Natrona!
Honor Soorety, and the 3 9 stood lor the
grade-pornt average needed to oualffy for
rnernbershrp, However, rt took rnore than grades
to garn adrnrttanoe rnto thrs elrte sotrrety
lvlenrbershrp was based on scholarshrp,
crtrzenshrp, leadershrp, and sorvrtze Tor rnany,
many years the valedrcrtorran and salutatorran
oarne frorn thrs Club
The Natrona! Honor Soerety was also a Crvro
Club They took part rn two servrtzo projects
durrng the year, and sold balloons durrng the
Horneoomrng garne The ollrcers that planned
and Carrred out these pr'o1oets were Alan Srnrth,
presrdent, Beverly Edwards, vrtre presrdent,
Susan Crarg, hrstorran, Renea lvlartrn, hrstorran,
Suzanne Hrokey, treasurer
As a whole, the Natronal Honor Socrety
nrernbers were looked up to by therr peers They
were the teachers' drearns, and the lrbrarrans
nrghtrnare. But, rf that was what rt took to keep
an "A" average, rnore power to them
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. fli7lIl How Fargo Prertre, Aflrndy
Albaugh, Rhonda Davrs Second Row Tratvy Lrnder, Tracy
Doatherage, Melanre Srnrth, Latrrtrra Crosrhvvarte ThrrdRow
Kerth Hardwrcke, Mrchelle Hodges, Kathr Otto, Barbara
Martrn, Corrnne Mrller, Alrtira llawkrns lourth How Marrlyn
Darnell, Susan Crarg, Susan Dulude Standrng Frlth Row
Renea lvlartrn, Joe DeAnda, Suzanne Hrtvkey, Ruthaleen
Weeks, J Lynn Kehr, Beverly Edwards, Lee Magness, Mark
Hudson Steve Mowery, Chrrstrne Wrobel, MrssJoyreADbot
Socth Row Joe Prrce, Paul Hulvtt, Joe Brown, Davrd Carroll,
Alan Srnrth Seventh Row Scott Wood, Lotrhylarson, Jrnvrny
Pogue, Bnan Westfall
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Council unites student body
If'Vorkrng herd gn rnnkrno lhrs year 57 happy
find prosperous one was rhe Studenl Connor!
This Connor! of Srndonrs Manned nf! of our
.if'1rifrlresdining rho ynnr Theygnye Ilienriswers
In snfrh dnosiione wrial, how, when, where,
,ind yifhy 19 mcinril sfo! .showed np on rho school
f'fifC7l7diil Their sponsor, Mr WPS Odofl, no! only
nricxonrnned Zhi? Sfnderns, he oven periroipered
rn rho fnn and work
Mosf of rho ecriyrrres Ihey Sponsored proved
fo he effecrrye Members peinfed the onzdoor
Zmsh nuns bleak end oofd, wgygirnzed dances
.issfiiriiiwfenf morning essernhhes Generosffy of
.slndenfs rose ro rho occasion when rho Srudenr
Connor! privrmrwd fa Thnnksgyiyrrig nssernhfy and
hnrnwmornfs fvoffevzed food for rho needy On
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fXc'!if1lfLKi, .1 mrifrifry ififuelerrri Mind ln honor
Taking their Thanksgiving box to the car, Danny Conners,
Shawn Sanders, and Brlfy Srroope head toward the needy
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of .X f"' firfwrios l'l?!7ft9l7l7lHfIf6'ftJf7!'L1I!O!7, frees were
fr!,in!wd nronnd Ihe fwncfo on cfnrnpus
ri! :'i't1!V hornn foothnff genie H nveniher of
rhw iwnnirfl presenled ff friendship gif! to the
nfnmsirig school The Student Connor! made an
oiwm!! effoif lhef henefnfed rho nwforrfy of
lhw Digyles and helped Io unite Ihe Srnde
EXECUTIVE BOARD. Limfifrvi Harm lifirkw Mchlwf, Affmfin
f7iL'f3I'c 4' f!"i'7ii Pcvf:rri',fi1ahi !.1r:i.iri,!Vfnrii Lf'Vilgn'ii ,fifn
firinif,-pi Twp Him, .hush Cfwxwriggw, Nni, Lfiynpffq Rui
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Vrck, Lowry Larson grows ovor me nraezrng for Cooper
Ex change Da yr
JDENT COUNCIL. Botforn Row Jrnrrrwy Pogoa, Mfelarrra
rrrn, Ron Scnrrrrrfoo, Home Sanchez, Monrria IfVorrrrorr-
1, Anna Paarlas, Efsa Agurrro, Donna Wood Socorro
vv Brfw Afferr, CrrS?a Hankrn, Srnronw Cnrrsrrnan, fvlrrra
ornson, Tamara Honror, Cfrrfszy Forlar, rvrrrvrwrrf-
Chaco, Mrks? MCNQM Tnrrd Row Tan Harrrs, Srrorr
lod, Locny Larson, Moxra Rohrnson, Tracy Edwards,
'en Jankrns, Cynrnra Rozirrouaz, Carofwr Soni, Marla
Kar, Laurra Ezell, Susan Bannfafr, Sremw Corrluy lorrrrn
Row Josh Cfovangcr, Shawn Howe, Alrcra Frsnar, Alan
Srrzrrn, Mark Hooson, Ffenea Marrrn, Katy Melton, Lynda
Rros, Nrgk Warm Gone Lackey, Cnezr Bean, Joe Prroa,
Alrrra Grrnra5, Connra Bandy, Barbara Marfrn, Rrck
VVornofn, Nvrf Coafos Back How Karen Cnafcraff, John
Cnafk, Nrrrk Pnrpps, Susanna Hrckey, Joe De Anda, Jackro
Martrrroz, Susanna Lurrrofl, Denrse Wood, Nancy' Wrlson,
Student Cooncrl --45
45-Mr. and Miss AHS
Nick Watts, Stacy Brecheen win Mr., Miss AHS
Perhaps the highest award given to a student
vas to be named Mr. or Miss AHS. This was
in award voted on by the student body and
iwarded to the person believed to have given
the most of himself or herself for the good
if the school. Some of the previous winners
iad participated in activities such as football,
itudent Council, National Honor Society, Bold
fold, Band, and choir. However, all ol them
rad something in common, the ability to
tarticipate in many school activities and still
te active in otheriaspects of their lives.
Along with being named Homecoming Queen,
itacy Brecheen was named Miss AHS. Stacy
vas involved in Student Council, and Siwamasis,
her Tri-Hi-Y Club. Stacy attended University
Church of Christ, and intended to be an
accountant alter graduation from ACU, She said
of the possibility of winning the award, "lt would
really mean a lot to me. I am proud to go to
this school. And, with being named Homecoming
Oueen, being named Miss AHS would cap off
a great year. And l'm happy that l have the
friends l do,"
Being named the "wild and craziest" guy
might better suit Nick Watts than being named
Mr. AHS. However, Nick was a well-deserving
winner, Nick was involved in varsity football,
Student Council, where he served as
Vice-President, and the Fellowship of Christian
Athletes. However, Nick will go down in Abilene
High School history for his announcements of
the school menu, Nick, who attended Elmcrest
Baptist Church, intended to go to Hardin-
Simmons University and become a church music
director. About the possibility of winning Mr.
AHS, Nick, who is never at a loss for words,
said during a moment of seriousness, "lil were
to win lMr, AHSl, it would be the biggest honor
l could achieve, because l know I have
accomplished friendship. "
If one was to go back and read that last
statement he or she would know what the
meaning of Mr, and Miss AHS was all about.
Stacy at first seems startled, then thinks things over, and finally agrees that Nick can 't be serious. Meanwhile, Nick thinks of a lace that will make everyone laugh, uses it
and amuses himself
interested in choral activities, Pau! Hulett goes over the
preparatrons for the production of Sing Song 80,
A typical mob of students show their individual personalities
after returning from the Midland Lee pep rafly.
Under a unfty of "Eagles", the students pressed
on to be above the rest. Ffrst, to obtain thfs goal,
the student had to care. Even though students had
the mass of 7,9 74 students vve vvere stfll Individuals,
qulte different vvlth one thfng fn common, Eagle
Many people were vfctfrns of egornanla but others,
though still concerned about themselves, cared more
for their friends, school, cornrnunfty, and country,
These vvere the people that really cared.
Eaoh student who cared had his ovvn goals,
dreams, and fnspfratfons. ln "People" the Individual
was ernphas1Zed through questionnaires and opfnfon
polls for regardless of a person 's positron on Issues,
he had a story vvorth telllng, a story worth knovvfng,
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Pausing between classes are fellow Classmates Michael Judfe,
Trey Wnght, and Dernck Ffelds
Two and two are four, 'i' before 'e' except
after 'c', andin 7492 Columbus sailed the ocean
blue The people who taught these interesting
little tidbits were none other than the faculty,
Their guidance and long hours aided many
students in broadening their outlook on
education All expectations were fulfilled in that
students learned more and due to the ingenious
imaginative minds of the faculty, experienced
the maximum amount of fun!
There were several additions to the staff this
year Among a few were Mr, Mark Elam, baseball
coachy Mrs Jeanne Bridges, British literature
instructor, and Mr. Doug Kincaid, band director,
All incoming faculty members were welcomed
by the staff and students alike,
Mrs, Libby Putz discovers the joys of electricity during a
Mis Cathy Ahels, BS Ed, ACU
Mr Lee Abcrnathy, MA, OU
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Miss Myra Bennett, BA, McMurry l i' W' ,,
Mi Jdim Berry, TEA Cert, ACU ri J. f"'
Mrs Judy Bird, BBA, SFASU 6 A
Mr Boland Blackford, MA, tl-SU W ' .Q -
ryiis Cindy Boyd, es, ACU g f' A if 5 , Tips
Mrs Linda Bratton, MA, H-SU f f 1 ,rr
Mrs Jeanne Bridges, MA, ACU if-'wif
Mrs Mdrmd Breaks, MA, ACU l ,-ry
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Mrs Leona Bryant, MA, H-SU 5 yy fl
Mrs Janell Caldwell, ,EIU , Q
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Mary Crymas, BS, VV! Ausfrrr
Percy Darwrrr, MA, ETSU
Kay Dayrs, MA, ACU
Bm' Decker BS, Su! Russ
Jo Donlay BS, HSL!
Prvrffrp Dwrrcfr, MA ACU
Russel! Elrrsrm, ACU
Susan Fgilrcfwtrr, BS, H-SU
Bfflre Gray, BA, H-SU
Caro! Hammer, BA, WBC
Mrss Sherry Harrsmn, MA, ACU
Bob Harmon, MA, ACU
Lerrora Herrmrvdez, MA, NMSU
Ed Hrzykrrrarr, BS WISH
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Leading the Eagle faculty on to a victorious
season were the administrators. Their hardnwork
and determination paid off for a gratifying year.
Heading the team was Principal Gayle Lomax.
Assisting him in his sometimes ominous task
were Associate Principals: Mrs, Martha Brooks,
Mr. Chester McAlpin, Mr. Lynn Mendenhall, and
Mr. Lynn Nichols. A new addition and asset
to the team came this year when Mrs, Brooks
joined the staff. Mrs. Brooks, a former Abilene
independent School District English Consultant,
left her post to pursue greater horizons. Her
decision to join the staff was a good one.
The discipline that these "chiefs-of-staff"
administered was remembered by the student
body, because of the gentle guidance offered
by them. Along with guidance, the majority 'of
the student body received a strong sense of
school spirit during the sports season, because
the cheers of the faculty and administrators
were as loud as those of the cheerleaders. All
in all the year was great for them and much
was accomplished under their supervision.
Mr Doug Kincaid, MA, WTSU
Mrs Glenda Kirklen 1
Mrs Roxanne Klump, BS, ACU f ,V, A ' ,, '- r 'Q f
Mr Robert Knapp, ME, H-SU . ,, , '
ivif Philip Lana, Ms, Acu
ivir Alien Lockezr, M511 Acu
Mr Gayle Lomax, Med, Acu 'I
iw Joel Loya, Bs, swrsu ff, ,
Mrs Jean McClure "W i,',' xt ,,, zy, 'Qi 1 , " ,A
Mrs. Kayla ivieoonneii, HE, Tru if t.- . ,diffs
Ms. Debbie McFadden V
Ms Kathie McFarland Z.
Mr. Glen Maddox f A V ,gyx
Mr. Buster Maloney, MEd, McMurry ' X l'i
Mr. Isaac Martinez
Ms Shari Mathews, BS, ACU
Mrs. Nancy Murgia BA, UC Berkeley
Mr. Norman Olsen,MEd
Mrs Peggy Payne
Mr Dub Pierce, MEd,
Mrs. Carolyn Presswood, BSEd, ACU
Mrs Dorothy Presswood, BS,
Mr James Pope, MEd, VVTSU
Mrs Libby Putz, MEd, Univ. Florida
Mrs Betty Rapson, BA, Univ
Miss Pam Raughton, BS, McMurry
Mrs Evelyn Raymond
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middle of the activities is Mr. Gayle Lomax as he does a gre
fob of managing the school
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as he stresses a polnt.
On a problem filled day, ,1't's nice to see a chipper face
like Mr. Lynn Mendenhall's as he always tries to cheer
up the szudents,
A tradition has grown around Mr, Chester McAlpi'n 's advrce
as szudents like Tony Hubbard are always seeking it.
Job calls for
Dorng thrngs as small as callrng roll or org
trme consumrng thrngs as makrng out frnal
exams, teachers vvere a srgnrfrcant part ol the
school year. The end ofthe day for the student
vvas not the end of the day for the average
faculty member for the faculty rnvolved
themselves vvrth school functrons rangrng from
sponsorrng clubs and classes to coaching
teams They also helped out vvrth varrous dances
and other school actrvrtres
Teachers also spent much tlme gradrng
papers and preparrng for classes after school.
The faculty had to make therr classes
rnformatrve, lull of lrfe, and had to add a touch
of varrety. Darly vvork had to be graded and
prepared for each class, no matter the subject,
Other spare trme was spent vvrth hobbres or
part-trme jobs vvhrch ranged from prrvate
busrnesses to collectrng stamps
Most students hada teacher that theybecame
close to. These tres vvhrch vvere made durrng
the year were never lost as the faculty vvere
not only rnstructors but frrends also.
Always coming to the tird or her students, Mrs Sue Day
rs .1 great asset to the ftiffllfll
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Mrs Laourta Rrch
Mr Steve Ffrntirtl, BBA, ll-SU
Mr John Sanders BS, MrMurry
Mrs Brenda Stintlrler, BS
Mrss Loursv Sell, MS, NTSU
Ms Dorothy Sherman, BA, Plarnvrevv
Ms Susan Shrpley, BS, ll-SU
Mrs Shrrley Shrurn, BS, TTU
Mr tlrrn Srrnpson
Mrs Darla llarlovv, BS, ACU
Mr George Credrcott, A8tM
Mr Cecrl Sprrnger, MAD, TTU
Mr Fred Strrman, BS, ACU
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Mr Brll Sudherry, BS, McMurry V t was
Mrs Lrnda Thomason, BS, McMurry , ,lv gil
Mr Jerry Trder, BS, VVTSU -kzin 1 'liv f T ,li
Mr Brll Trzrle, as, sasu . trrr- ,
John Tovvnsend, PHd, Tax A8tM r uf f'f " 4 J
Mrs Bmtrrce VtitCtlllf?.7
Mr DHt'VVt1t7t1l7llt1l, MS, ll-SU
Mrs Lucy vVtn1vt2r, Mid, llSU
Mrs Vrckre Wen, MA, TTU
Mrs Karen Whrte, BTA, TTU
Mr Brll Yarbrough, Mfd, TTU
Mr Jaryl Young, MA, ACU
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Concentration is the name of the game as Mr. Krncard leads
the hand through another prece of rnusrc.
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Census-lsen 'susl an offrcral count ofpersons,
property, or thrngs, wrth detarls of sex, age,
yalue, etc. Results for the faculty census were
based on the rnlormatron Obtalned from the
srxty-two census forms recelyed, All slxty-two
of the partrcrpants, of Course, were employed
lullftrme, and as was expected, each of the
srxty-two owneda car The remarnrng questions
and answers tabulated as below.
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Top 3 Zodiac
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Place of Birth
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6 New York
45 Religious Preference
Church of Chrrst
After the students left, the alr was still,
the dumpsters full, and the manager was
enjeylng hrs proflts. Thehet Cakes, sausages,
orange lance, and egg MClVluffrnS had
satrsfled a hungry mob preparing for a blg
The annual senrer breakfast succeeded ln
ralsrng spirit fer the Big Spring game. Shouts
el "eat more beef" were frequent. The
"steer" was hauled up to school vvlth a
convey Of senlors fellovvlng lt. Thls event
unrted students and ence agarn, the Steers
were defeated with a score of 28-27.
While enjoynng a hearty hrealcfast, lye Safrrn and Jenn
Wall fnlw ahnttt the tfntvemrng game
School Spirit is shown tw .lov Tefrstnn, Janet hlltjQll7S,
Jewry l-irewlvs and l,atm,t1 Cfmstltvvaftlt, at the annual
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The 1980 senior class officers, posing in 7880 clothes,
are Tracy Deatherage, Michelle Hodges, Greg Gaines,
Ben Gonzales and Stacy Brecheen
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The mighty senior class of 7987 was led by
very ambitious officers. The group consisted
of president, Ben Gonzalesq vice president, Greg
Gaines, secretaryftreasurer, Tracy Deatherageg
reporter, Stacy Brecheeng and student council
representative, Michelle l-lodges, The officers
organized senior activities such as Radio Day,
Senior Follies, Senior picnic and the Six Flags
trip. Ben Gonzales commented thathe hadgreat
prospects for the senior class and that it would
complete the years activities vvith great
success. Sing Song was organized very well
by the officers even though the judges didn 't
recognize it. Vice president Greg Gaines states
that a graduating senior needed to save up
money for senior activities, l-le estirnated the
cost at over S200 for items such as invitations,
caps and govvns, prom tickets, and the Six Flags
Senior class president, Ben Gonzales, not only plays the
drurns but also collects roll sheets.
Syrnphonrc Band- 1.23, German Club- 7,2, Varsrty Basketball-3,
FFA-l,3, lndustrral Arts-2
French Club- 1,2,3, Treasurer-2, Presrdent-3, Sophomore
Select-l, Secretary-1, Concert Chorr-2, Secretary-2, Chorr
Outstandrng Accornpanrsl-7,2, Eagle Revue-2, FTA-23, Srng
Song-7.23, French Club Director-23, Who's Who Among
Amerrcan Hrgh School Students-2, Golden "A"Awaro- l, Nalronal
Honor Society-2,3, Secretary-3, Harmony-3, All-Drstrlct
Chorr-1.23, All-Hegron Chorr-1,2,3, UIL State Plano Solo- 7,2
French Club-2,3, Natrona! Honor Socrely-'23, Soph Select-7,
Concert Chorr-23, Band-1, All-Drsrrrcr Choir-2
Sophomore Select- l. Concert Chorr-2.3, Symphonrc Band- l,2,3,
Marchrng Band- 1.23, Stage Band-3, Drstrrct Chorr-3. Regron
Chorr-3, Socrety of Drstrngurshed Amerrcan Hrgh School
Students- I, Eagle Revue-2, German Club-2,3
Melanie Taylor Curtis
Varsity Gymnastrcs-1.23, Who's Who ol Arnerrcan Hrgh School
Bold Gold- 7, Student Councrl Heponer- 7, FHA Secre-:ary-2, FHA
ROTC-l,2,3, Varsrty Basketball-2,3
Nalronal Honor Socrety-2,3, French Club- l,2,3, Who 's Who Among
Arnerrcan Hrgh School Students-2
Natrona! Honor Socrety-2,3 French Club-3, Data Processrng
Club-3, Band- 1, Who's Who Amon g Hrgh School Students-2,
UIL Spellrng and Plarn Wrrtlng -2,3
Regron Band-ZS, Area Band-2, Drum Major-3, Student Cooncrl
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Senror Class Secretary-Treasurer-3, Senror OEA Treasurer-3,
Honor Socrety-2,3, Bold Gold- 7, Whos Who al Arnerrcan Hrgh
School Students-3. DEA-3
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Uhtnr 2, Eagle Revue -2 Photography 2,3
Steve de Ia Vega:
Spf-Ffh Team-23, Speech Rennrler 3, Drama ll 3
OEA-2,35 Bold Gold-l, Chrrstran Club-l
Baseball- l,2,3, French Club-2
TFTA-1.2. Secretary-2, OEA-3
French Club-l,2.3. Honor Socrety-2,3, Whos Who of Amerrcan
Hrgh School Students-3
Sprrng Musrcal-7, Varerty Revue-2, Speech Tearn-2, Eagle
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Who Shot J. B. ?
l "Who shotJ.B.?"succeededas the bestkept itself did not know the gunperson. "We've set friends and even relatives were swindled and
ECFGI in the history of television. ln March
nf 7980 JB. Ewing lLarry Hagmanl of tv's
"Dallas" suffered a gunshot that made 760
tillioit fans in fifty-seven countries fidget for
ix months to find out whodunnit. The cast
up the most successful cliffhanger in the history
of television, "supported l-lagman in an interview
for the July 74, 7980, issue of "People"
Motives were anything but lacking as several
cheated by the scandalous character. The
obvious suspect was Sue Ellen, JB. 's wife whom
J B. drove to drinking. JB. 's sister-in-law and
ex-mistress, Kristin Shepherd, planned to
blackmail J. B, until he warned he would accuse
her of prostitution. Kristin was played by Mary
Crosby, the daughter of the late Bing
Other prime suspects were Alan Beam, who
once hoped to marry Lucy Ewing, Vaughn Leland,
JB. 's banker, Cliff Barnes, Sue Ellen 's former
lover, JB. 's mother, Miss Ellie, who did anything
to keep her clan together on Southfork, JB. 's
younger brother, Bobby, Pamela Barnes Ewing,
Bobbys wife and Cliffs sister, and Dusty
Farlow, another of Sue Ellen's lovers.
Eridaynight, November2 7, millions ofdevoted
fans postponed dates and cancelled plans to
find out whodunnit. Of course the obvious
suspect was proven innocent, although Sue
Ellen herself, while in a drunken stupor, thought
she had shot her dear husband. Pretty Kristin
Shepherd who was found to be with
childAJ.B. 's child-was the guilty one. A new
Ewing offspring on the way discouraged JP.
from pressing charges. l-le just shipped Kristin
out of the state and promised her a fat check
each month, much to Sue Ellen 's dislike.
Surprisingly JB. and Sue Ellen's relationship
grew stronger because of what happened.
This money-making plot which put Dallas'
Southfork Ranch on the map carried through
and for one main reason. Mary Crosby, after
a successful debut in a dynamic series, set
off to bigger and better challenges in the
crowd-pleasing world of show business.
On a visit to the library Michelle Pacheco reads the hottest
story on the newsstand-"Who Shot JR?"
OEA-- 3, Flag Corps 2.3, Whos Who Among American High
School Students 2, flag Corps Captain 3
Track 7,2,3, Football'-72,3
FFA ff2,3, Rodeo Club Secretary-3, Bold Gold-7
Bold Goldff 7,2 HOSAf2, Secretary-Treasurer f3
TTTA Historian-7. PHA-3, JV Tennis-7,2,3, Whos Who
Among American High School Students-2, HECEW3
Band-7, HOSA Sentinel' 2, HOSA Presiderttfi'
FFA Club-7,2,3, National Honor Society 23, Whos Who ol
American High School Students-2
Marching and Symphonic Band- 7,2,3, Concert Choir-3, Honor
Society 2.3. Trench Club-7,2,3, Whos Who AMong American
High School Students--2, National Merit Scholarship
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Senior opinions express lifestyles
During the school year, sixty percent of the
'niors surveyed said they preferred going out
nice places or sleeping over other activities,
ich as homework.
The most popular rnovie of the year was
lrban Cowboy" starring John Travolta,
llowed by "The Empire Strikes Back", the
fntinuing saga of the "Star Warsf' crew. "The
ue Lagoon", with Brooke Shields and
iristopher Atkins was the third rnost popular
Seniors showed theirpre ferences in the music
Jrldby claiming "Another One Bites the Dust",
by Oueen, as their favorite song, with "All Out
of Love", by Air Supply, corning in a strong
Books such as THE LORD OF THE RlNGS,
by J. R. R, Tolkien, THE SCARLET LETTER, by
Nathanial Hawthorne, ONCE AND FUTURE
KING, by T H, VVhite, and ALAS BABYLON,
by Pat Frank, were very popular as reading was
the second favorite hobby of seniors. Their
favorite hobby was playing sports, but seniors
did not always play, for ninety percent hadjobs.
All the seniors had definite sights on college
or a particular vocation.
iver is in the air as Susan Ogle prepares to spike the
'lg Louise Gill and Darcy Newlun anxiously await.
for the future
Once a year, seniors and their parents were
able to attend a program designed to prepare
seniors for college: Held at Cooper on October
27, college night was considered a big success.
Representatives from thirty-two Texas colleges
and universities were on hand to explain
entrance exams, school requirements and
financial aid. AHS seniors felt that it was very
important to future college students and that
juniors should be encouraged to go. The hosts
and hostesses were made up of AHS and CHS
Honor Society members.
Paul Hulett decides carefully what college he will attend
alter high school
Unit: Goin 7,J',3, Cnsineroiosiv WCA 23 FHA'-A3
Band 723, Jazz Bandvl
Lilrrrii 7, Tennis 7,2 Student CouncilReprusentaliven 7,2,3, HOE
llisioritrn Qi, Who s Who Aniong Arnerican High SchoolS1udenI5-3
J.-nioi Mon Ji, .lVr'oo1t1allf- 7, VICA 23, Tournamen1Speecl'l-3
llinrym Clulv l,2,3, Pnasirtenl 2, Treasurer -3, HOS!lf2, Senior
Choir 7.2.3, Plmloglmphy' 7, Bold Gold- 7
Vnrfiily Torinis- l, Hold Gold 7, VVho's Who Among American High
.Siliool Srntli-nrs 23, OIA Hiaporn-r 3
limi-li.rll Twain 723, Sing Song 7,2, frvnch Club 2
Gary Lyn Jones:
Mmihinn Band 7,33 Syinphonit' Banff' 723 Band Property
Si-nri,in1 2 Svtond Livuivimrit 3 All Region Band-23, Eagle
Hrfiow Q' Slain' Hand 723, JV Tennis Tearn -1.2.3
tlh iiir ill-.itlwi Q? Blind 7,2 Bold Gold 7,2 Basketball 723
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JLynn Campbell Kehr:
Varsrty Tennlsf2, UIL Shorlhandf2, National Honor
Cosmetologyf2,3, VlCA -2,3
Student Council Representative-I, Executive Board
Parllamentarlan-2, President-3, National Honor Society 23,
Varsity Swimming-3, Varsity Swimming Managerf3,
Flashllghte-I,2, Head Photographer-2, Photography Clutw fl
Cafeterta Youth Advisory Council-2, Science Club- 7,2
German Club-23, Senior Men-3. Whos Who Among
American High School Students-2,3
Whois Who Among American High School Students 2
French Club-l,2,3, Band-l,2,3, Honor Society-2,3
Bandf1,3, Chrrstlan Club-1, Photography Club-2. Battery'--2
Band- 7,2,3, Twrrler - 723, Student Councilf 1,2 German
Club-2, Science Club-2 French Pastry Club-7,23
Cheerleader-3, Bold Gold-2, FFA Reporter-2, Livestock
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was to raise money for various functions, Selling
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way they expanded their funds. They raised
money in hopes of having a spring function,
such as a Valentine Sweetheart Banquet,
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the end of the year to donate something in
memory of the juniors,
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president, Jackie Martinez, reporter, and Connie Bandy
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Zales, Gordon 's, or Jewel Box, looking at all
the different styles of rings,
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so many to choose from, was nearly impossible.
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made, After the perfect ring had been chosen,
juniors found that they had to wait six weeks
to receive them, They remembered the eleven
long years that they had waited and then six
weeks sounded like a minute in time. A senior
ring was what every sophomore looked forward
to and what every senior treasured.
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ln school theyre such a treat!"
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fresh, garden vegetables were offered on the
burger to rmbroye ITS taste
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double hamburger sales rn proportron to last
year's The numerous amount of hamburger
stands proyed eontusrng for the burger staryed
students, but the deolsron to haye "tacos lor
lunehn soon solyed the problem
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older generatron as to why young people wer
to sueh great lengths to get two round slree
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the most popular movie ofthe school year was
"Urban Cowboy", with "Caddyshack" pulling
a close second, followed by "The Empire Strikes
Back". The favorite group was Air Supply with
their songs "All Out of Love", and "Every
General woodworking class gives Mack Jones time to sand
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Juniors James Hendrix, Richard Larson, lvlarva Solomon,
Mike Harrell, and Dwight Gaylor make themselves at home
and listen to their chemistry teacher, Dr John Townsend,
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watching television, they were working on their
cars or romancing, Most juniors surveyed
showed little or no interest in alcohol or drugs
and were very serious about future plans. This
showed a turning trend toward a more serious
and realistic outlook on life. The future did look
bright, and the juniors were ready to lead the
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voney. The Key Club soldmums atl-lomecoming
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students Candy was circulated around the
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cleanser, lnstead choir and orchestra picked
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fruit sales Hovyeyer, candy was the biggest
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commonly propelled by an internal-
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types ofautomobile used by students ranged
from Firebirds to Thunderbirds, Porches to
Pintos, andJaguars to Jeeps. No matter what
the design, they all added up to the same
thing. . CARS! Cars were the main source
of transportation for students. With many
of them living busy private lives, these
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essential part of teen-aged individuals,
Hovvs upon rovvs of cars were found each
day filling not only the student parking lot,
but oftentimes the lacultyparking lot as vvell.
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faculty parking lot, students vvere beseeched
to seelc other outlets of transporatatittn.
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transportation and car pooling as a means
to ease the strain on their wallets. lt made
them vvonder hovv important or necessary
cars were to them.
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After school fun for sophomores was to do
their ovvn special thing. Many of them piled
in a car and headed for the arcade in the mall,
for an afternoon ofplaying pinball. That seemed
to help them unvvind from a hectic day at school,
Other sophomores enjoyedgorng home to watch
one of their favorite afternoon shows such as
"The John Davidson Show", "Mickey Mouse",
or the afternoon movie, For the brains in the
sophomore class, an afternoon was filled with
doing their daily studying.
Working, to some sophomores seemed to
be the only solution for having money to buy
that special car or truck. For the majority of
the sophomore class every afternoon gone,
meant that they were one afternoon closer to
beingfuniors andnot very far from being seniors.
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ofhcers. From the word go they sought to be
tnyolyed and lead therr fellow classmates to
a year of success After runeolf electrons, Neal
Coates was elected presrdent, Tamara Hunter,
yrceepresrdent, Peggy Stokes, secretary-
treasurer, Susan Bennett, reporter, and Altca
Garza, student councrl representatrye
Srng Song created many new challenges for
theclass offrcers as they taught the sophomore
partrcrpantsallahoutoefng "AngelsandDeyrls "
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the ofhcers proved that the sophomore class
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A day rn the lrfe of an Abrlene Hrgh student was
usually filled with many mrnd bogglrng actlvltres. lf
a person was to walk down the halls of AHS and
peek rnto the many classrooms, he would hnd a
lot of Eagles hard at work.
Eagles had a varrety of classes to take, rangrng
from the mrnd blowrng equations of trrgonometry
to the muscle condltlonrng of physrcal educatlon.
Each student had a cholce of electives to partrcrpate
rn such as speech, band ROTC, and a varrety of
vocatronal courses to get Involved rn. Every Eagle
had the opportunrty to take ,oartrn whatever rn terested
To a lot of students, a good educatron was
Important rn order to go to college, Other students
just wanted to graduate and begrn life rn the workrng
world, S trll another select group were undecrded about
what life after hrgh school would bnng but all rn
all Abilene Hrgh Eagles worked wrth therr abrlrtres
to be above the rest.
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Parrsh, Tony Lenrus, and Cheetah Bernal rerse therr hands for
Science experiments are scinating and dangerous for young
women like Beverly Edwards,
Parachuting out of airplanes can be dangerous, but the Golden
Krwghzs, have perfected the art
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conmosnmn,conuNehensWe wnwbumry ape-
bra, trtgonometry, calculus, elementry analysts,
and geometry. These classes were usually full.
One explanation for this was that the students
iyanted to expand then nwnds, and prepare
Unwnsehes for coHege
The Enghsh deparunent had a yanety of
Thw cmss appealed nathe senkws because M
explored the English way of life and literature,
Cmsses hke conuwehenmye yocabumry and
at the cohege bound student The requved
because they couhj notiuan to mane those
research papers, or read poems by Emerson
or Poe, and probe the thoughts of Roben
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Working diligently to finish her assignment rs Cynthia Cannon
Hard work and good times are all a part of class according
to Becky Garcia, who is taking advantage of both
Laughing at one of lVlr John Sanders corny jokes, John
Keenurn tiornpletes his lllCIt7l'l7E? tax
A hobby as vveli as a talent lor Kerth Hardyyrclce was
gymnastics llts Work was long and hard
abilities on anyprece of apparatus he worked
to perfect his
lor' state on yaultrng his sophomore year
year, he Qualified on the parallel bars, floor
yaultrng Keith had an eye lor mechanical
and his junior
hoyy they worked together Engineering interested htm and
Keith went so tar as to build a solar heating unrt for his
home The son ol Mr and Mrs Lawrence G l-lardyyrclce
was chosen as an Outstanding Eagle in math and he planned
to attend Texas A and lVl and niafor rn engineering
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Stan White, Mr John Sanders srnrfes at the thought of
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A lot of Suzanne Hickey's H1776 was Spent practrcrng
her flute since she was a member of Band Her
junior year rn Band Suzanne was property Sergeant
and her senror year she acted as presrdent An
ercrtrng tnne of Su2anne's senror year came when
she was selected as one of three candidates for
Hrnnvecurvwng Oueen. The daughter of Mr and Mrs
.left Hickey was sefected as an Outstanding Eagfe
IIT math Other interests of Suzanne rneluded acting
as Natrona! Honor Socrety treasurer and herng a
rnenrher of Sfvyamfsrs After graduating Suzanne
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systems was often tedious and trying, yet Karen
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Although she had very little time for outside activities,
Karen enjoyed playing the piano and working with arts
and crafts The daughter of Mr and Mrs Grady
Henderson planned to attend college within the city
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Sciences help students
relate to life
Students were enlightened by the science
and social science classes. They enjoyed the
various aspects of the classes which were
offered all periods of the day, all year long.
Registration in the sciences closed early, More
students than ever before seemed interested
in learning about science, psychology, and the
The science classes, including biology,
chemistry, survey of science, physics, and
marine and astro science, offered many
lessons. Students were instructed about life
and the surroundings. They also learned about
other people. Those in science classes were
encouraged to know the other students in the
class. The persons involved in the courses did
not mind. The girls wanted to have that "foxy"
guy for their partner, while the boys gazed
over the selection of girls in the class and
wondered what it would be like if they could
have their choice of a lab partner. ln the midst
of the dreaming, teachers attempted fand
most often succeededi to get students to use
laboratory investigations, to research, and to
notice current events, Miss Louise Self headed
the science department which was located in
the upper north wing of the academic
Students in social science classes learned
about themselves, the people around them,
and the people who have made historical
contributions. The psychologyfsociology
classes were taught by Mrs, Nelda Sims, who
introduced students to their inner selves and
helped them to understand other people, She
also taught how people reacted in different
groups or cultures,'History was an important
part of many students' lives. World history
was very special, as reflected by Donna Wood,
"Basically we have a good class, and l love
704-Sciences, Social Studies
Jtynn Campbell-Kehrs most fascinating talents
Chosen Outstanding Eagle in social studies, the
daughter of Mi and Mrs Richard Campbell hoped
to work part-time in the field of computer
technology after an early graduation involved in
data processing her junior and senior year, the wife
ol James Kehr showed extreme inte'est in
computers and their technology As a member of
tht, National Honor Society, Jtynn was recognized
for academic and citizenship standards in all
school activities such as varsity tennis which she
played her sophomore and junior years
the subject. "
Students in world history classes learned to
compare and analyze ways of life and patterns
of culture. ln the American history classes,
students learned about significant events,
issues, and problems following the period of
Reconstruction. Special emphasis was put on
the economic, social, and political develop-
ment of the United States. Asked about what
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students even attended class at 7:30 e
morning. The class was very valuable bect
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Physical education offered students the
opportunity to improve physical skills and
condition of the body as they participated in
many different activities. Such activities were
team sports under Mr. John Rogers,
weightlifting under Coach George Forkerway,
and conditioning and figure control under Miss
Janet Dunlavey. Bold Gold was also a
conditioning and figure control class.
Conditioning and figure control included
physical fitness exercises and running. This
course helped students keep a good figure.
Students who were in the Bold Gold physical
education class under Mrs. Brenda Sandifer,
Miss Myra Bennett, and Miss Shari Mathiews
did aerobic dances and took physical fitness
During weight training class, students did
Showing their endurance, David Oden, Donald Dela Cruz,
Larry Rodriguez, and Chance Hall fog around the school
Chosen for Outstanding Eagle in physical education,
Marilyn Darnell, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl
Darnell, participated in the National Honor Society
and French Club. Marilyn planned to attend Sam
Houston State University with a mayor of Zoology
because of her love for animals With three dogs
and one cat, Marilyn has had much experience in
handling animals Princess, a fifteen year old
Calamity Jane, an alley cat was trained to sleep
inside a pillowcase These were two of Marilyn 's
A Polar bear at the Abilene Zoo also did tricks
with the encouraging words of Marilyn "lt was
so embarrassing," said Mrs Darnell, "We would
be all alone 'ind then a large group would be
around us watching a little girl teaching a bear to
do tricks "
Border Collie, was trained sign language and
various exercises on different days. On
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, students
lifted weights on the Nautilus machine, On
Tuesday and Thursday, students ran tvvo
miles, "Weight training exercise increased
endurance, flexibility, and strength, "according
Two and one-half years of physical
education were reouired to graduate, but it
was a great and exciting way to keep in shape.
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University in New Jersey wart the plans of physical
educition honoree Christine Wrobel after graduation
Involved in honors English and math classes all three
yt tis Christint hoped on becoming a Cfrtified Public
Accountant Christine a member of tht German Club
bat sine involved in German her sophomore year Bctvveen
studies and work Christine liked to spend time with her
dog Niko inducted into thc National Honor Society and
being n fmt d to Who s Who Among Amt rican High School
Students were two of Christine s major accomplishments
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Allpeople who attended school sensed those
sensible, sensitive, sensational, shrewd senses
at some time during the year. They would not
have survived the time they spent at school
without at least one moment of seeing, hearing,
speaking, or touching something. To perform
every day activities, students used their senses,
many times not even thinking about it.
To See -Students saw many different things
everyday. They saw teachers, friends, enemies,
lovers, and homework assignments written on
the blackboard. Sight was used to read, write
and draw. Other students reproduced what they
saw by means of a camera. Seeing images of
people and other things was very important
To Hear -At some time during the day, the
students heard "music to their ears." They
listened to the choir, band, orchestra, to gossip,
and most important, to their teachers. Teachers
required students to listen and comprehend.
Various commands, such as: "Be quiet," "sit
the test, "or
"get rid of that gumf' sounded
classrooms. Teachers also said
such as "you made an "A" on
'no homework over the weekend. "
the sayings that students loved
To Speak -The ability to communicate in
one way or another was a common occurrence.
Some students sang, others dramatized, and
still others spoke in a foreign language. Each
student had his own way of expressing himself.
lt did not matter how hard the faculty tried,
they could not stop the student body from
conversing in the classrooms.
To Touch -Without the sense of touch, many
goals would not have been reached. Various
classes were offered to teach students to use
their hands for a worthwhile course. Faculty
members educated students to build objects,
repair broken ones, beautify other people, drive,
and several other skills. So many things we
reaccomplished by experienced students. Of
course, students were constantly being
reminded to use the sense of touch by teachers
who encouraged them to work, work,
The senses occupied every facet of student
life both on and off campus. These people did
not misuse their senses or take them forgranted.
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touching is a necessary sense.
Knowledge prevails, as Pam Davis considers an answer to
The importance of sight is exhibited by Gary Jones.
Brian Westfall listens as Rhonda Davis asks about an
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Outstanding Eagles show positive images
Outstanding Eagles, Mark Hudson and Allan Smith complete
their tflf?SSWO!k to improve their knowledge rn the tteld
After serving three productive years, Jerry Brooks
deserved and received the honor of Outstanding
Eagle rn Flashlight Hts constant support andlnterest
made htm Co'Edrtor his senior year Participation
lit various acttvtttes showed hrs varied interests He
vvas a member of FFA and the speech team Free
time for Jerry, the son ol Truman Brooks and Sue
Gibson, was spent fishing or reading Alter
graduation Jerry planned to attend H-SU and major
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The selection of Outstanding Eagles involved
certain guidelines vvhich had to be follovved.
Students were nominated by the faculty for
their abtlrtles rn each department, ln order to
be chosen as an Outstanding Eagle, a student
had to be a senior, attended AHS for a year,
andhada gooddatlyattendance. ln the academic
achievements, students needed to have a "B"
overall average and an "A " ln the department
they were chosen to represent
The students chosen for Outstanding Eagles
represented a positive image of Abilene l-llgh
rn their personal appearance and character.
They vvere honored for all three years of their
high school achievements and therefore needed
to have been enrolled ln a department for
minimum of tvvo years in order to b
Other Qualifications that vvere considere
vvere their active participation in UlL lljnlversrt
lnterscholastlc Leaguel competition.
A hard vyorker vvas greatly appreciated an
ranked high on the list of candidates, Finally
an Eagle vvas chosen for hrs participation 1
community projects, and hrsrher over all goo
Being named an Outstanding Eagle vvas
deep honor that only thirty-seven lucky senior
received A senior andhrsrher parents feltprou
to receive this honor
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A strong sense of responsibility kept Rene Decker
daughteroflwr andMrs RogerDecker busyas Co Editor
ofthe Flashlight Her devotion to thepubltcatlon honored
her as Outstanding Eagle Much of Rene s time avvay
from school was spent reading or vvorktng on her hobbte
of photography Enrollment rn Photography ll guallfted
Rene as a publication photographer her senior year
Henes future plans were to attend ACU her mayor
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team and Nick Watts did his best as center He 1-4 A
was president of the Eellovvship of Christian H 1 ' H XMCXXX
Athletes and vice president of Student Council for t X
which he vvas selected as Outstanding Eagle Nick i xxx O y
had a great sense of humor and decided to become Y-4 it i -J
a Sivvarnisis cheerleader Other activities for Nick -'r it X wx X ' if
included being a member of the Youth Council at Y' Y f
Elmcrest Baptist Church and he also sang bass for 7 'J
the mens quartet Nick planned to attend Seminary
College and vvas unsure of his mayor. Nick vvas
the son of Mr, and Mrs Don Watts
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Active participation in school activities earned Jimmy
Pogue the honor of Outstanding Eagle at large Jimmy
took part in all senior activities and vvas a member
of National l-lonor Society and Student Council, The
son of Mr and Mrs James Pogue was a member of
the varsity tennis team and was Student Life Editor
his second year in Flashlight The little spare time Jimmy
had vvas spent participating in church activities College
was a definite plan in Jimmy's future, the school and
major vvas undecided
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Shutterbugs of Abilene High united and said
"cheeeeese!" Mrs, Janelle Caldwell was given
much credit for training the photographers, who
did a fine job with their skills. There were one
hundred students in photography classes. Only
ten of these students were in second year
photography. First year students learned theory
which consisted of basic photographic
techniques such as the study of camera types,
parts and operation, fundamentals of film
development and printing, natural and artificial
lighting. Second year students learned the use
of large negative format cameras, creative
darkroom techniques, studio work and
photography chemistry. Other emphasis was
placed on photojournalism with students
gaining knowledge through working on the
school yearbook, newspaper, and special
publications, Students became aware of
compositional aspects of photography which
consisted of photos of table top items such
as fruit arrangements, landscapes, portraits,
light setups, and action motion. ln late April
the photography class attended the Regional
industrial Arts Contest and in May, a Film
Festival was held for all photography students
to display their work done this year,
"Photography, "said Billie Williams, a student
in second year photography, "is a language in
pictures that express the true feeling that words
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In photography I John Heslep learns to always check the
ASA which is the amount of light allowed to hit the film.
As Ronald Copsey puts the negative into the enlarger, Stacy
Breecnen checks for quality pictures using a grain finder
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Nominee Ricardo Gonzales received the honor of
Outstanding Eagle when he was nominated for his
outstanding achievements. The "Battery" Business
Manager, son of Mr. and Mrs Ricardo Gonzales,
acted as typist and reporter his sophomore and
junior years. With the philosophy of "dont worry,"
Ricardo did not let the pressures of deadlines get
him down Ricardo liked to macrame and write poetry
in his spare time. l-le also liked to read.
Copy for her assignment, Clessa Davidson recognized one
of the pressures oi deadlines.
Helping students become more flexible,
"Battery" taught students how to work with
people and to conduct interviews. The art of
actually putting a newspaper together was
enjoyable to the students as it taught them
to improve their writing habits.
A new major change was made in the
"Battery". Staffers pasted the layouts down
in class on mounting boards instead of having
the publisher do it. New equipment aided the
students in this change. During class time
students did interviewing and wrote copy
editorials. They also wrote headlines for their
news and ad copy.
Under the editorialization of Paul Kreiger, the
"Battery" told the bi-weekly events of school
life. lt also contained feature stories giving
students opinions on school policies or hints
on how to prepare for the SA T. The course
aided the students in learning the school
community and new methods of writing.
Rereading his copy, Evan Dodson looks for errors that need
to be corrected.
Battery Staff- 7 75
Flashlight Staff: Front rovv sitting' Joni Shouse, Matilda
Alba, Lee Magness. Middle row sitting' Jimmy
Pogue-Student Life Editor, Rene' Decker-Editor, Dana
Small Kneeling: Teresa Sutton-Business Manager. Front
rovv standing' Chet Bean-People Editor, Pam Dawkins,
Anji Spann, Brenda Charnick, Paula Young, Corinne Miller,
Alora Swazer, Joe Tecson-Curriculum Editor. Back row
standing' John Heslep-Artist, Jerry Brooks-Editor, Scott
Bradshaw, Neal CoatesASports Editor
Overshadowed by deadline pressures, Teressa Sutton
hurriedly completes her tripak for Siwamasis.
Sta ffers work to vvard May delivery
lt took time, patience, and hard vvork for the
team of reporters, vvriters, artist, and
photographers to produce a good yearbook.
Miss Myra Bennett, Flashlight advisor, devoted
herself, body, and soulin order to teach students
how to put a yearbook together. Miss Bennett
feltthatflashlightvvas revvarding because . .
the staffers were actually publishing a book.
When they opened the annual and savv their
vvritings and layouts in it, they realized that
all their hard work was vvorthvvhilef'
Flashlight class vvas not a class students
took to pass the time avvay. There were many
things to be done. Students wrote copy and
cutlines, ordered pictures, designed layouts,
interviewed people, and actually published a
book. On last minute deadlines, staffers spend
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as much as fourteen hours in the FLO, depending
on each other for material, moral support, help,
moral support, creative ideas, and moral
support. The hard vvork paid off as staffers
vvere awarded vvith one of the highest ranking
books in Texas. The reality of publishing one
of the highest ranking books in Texas came
only after the staff vvatched over all the student
body and its functions. Accurately as possible,
the staff related the school year in phrases
and pictorial memories.
After the last deadline in February, the staff
visited Wolfe City and toured Henington
Publishing Company, the publisher of the
Flashlight. The trip enlightened all staffers to
the necessity of copying every detail onto the
tripaks. The staff also vvent to Austin on March
73 and 74 to the lLPC llnterscholastic Leagt
Press Conferencel convention at the Universi
of Texas. Staffers attended sessions vvhi
taught them nevv techniques in yearbo
Under the supervision of Miss Benne
editors, Jerry Brooks and Rene Decker ma
a major change in the delivery of the Flashlig
lt was delivered in May instead of the tradition
fall delivery. To cover the spring activities,
supplement was published. The supplement vv
mailed to the students in August.
The staff chose to tell the story as they sa
it, for vvithout the story, there would not
Class and faculty census taken rn mid-November are tallred
by Anfr Spann and Brenda Charnrck
Checking over staff copy, Bene' Decker and Mrss Myra
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Edrtors' Jerry Brooks, Bene' Decker
Sectron Edrtors' Teresa Sutton, Busrness Manager-
Bean, Peopleq Joe Tecson, Curriculum, Neal Coates,
Sectron workers: Ted Schmrdt, Lee Magness,
Corrnne Miller, Matilda Alba, Paula Young, John
Neese, Brenda Charnlck, Parn Dawkins, Any: Spann,
Joni Shouse, Bill Burton, Dana Small, Scott
Artrst' John l-leslep
Typist' Sharon Jones
Advisor' Mrss Myra Bennett
!Advertr'sr'ng, Jrmrny Pogue, Student Life, Chequetta
While typing Joe Tecson finds rt necessary to double check
hrs final draft of outlines
Alphabetizing and counting sophomore mugshots calls for
constant concentratrng and careful figuring by Jerry Brooks.
Art took good hands
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g her skills, Virginia Chayana enjoyed calligraphy
A person with alot of artistic abilities was Daniel
Villareal l-le was highly praised in the field of
art and lound that creating works of art was
a iealpleasure l-le was chosen as an Outstanding
Eagle in art Daniel designedletterheads l'orAHS
stationary anddida lantasticfob Daniel entered
in the school artwork exhibit, the Texas Fine
Arts annual exhibit and was always praised lor
his abilities Besides being in art, Daniel also
participated in hand, in which he played the
trumpet Daniel was the son of Mr, and Mrs
"A rt de velops
Teaching art was enjoyable for Mrs. Caroline
Presswood She felt that art was a useful and
practical field. "Art deyelops and requires self
discipline as well as numerous skills in many
The school furnished paper, paint, clay,
basic materials, and all tools while students
furnished canvas, glaze, jewelry materials,
yarn, pencils and erasers. Those 720 students
who were enrolled in art learned how to make
several items such as clay sculptures, wood
Taking a break from his pen and ink tiiawiiig, Haul lblaisnez
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sculptures, ceramic pots, paintings, etching
block prints, and slowly painted the art room.
Students also participated in the Annual City
Art Exhibit at the Civic Center in the Spring
and attended art exhibits at the Fine Arts
Museum approximately once a month. The art
exhibit was said to be a huge success.
Not only were art skills fun, but they helped
to create attitudes as well as a future
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Regardless of size, from the bass to the
piccolo, and everything in between, students
tackled the task ofmastering their instruments.
There were various types, or classifications, of
instruments, such as classical, modern, and
traditional Some of the classical instruments
plaved were the harpsichord, violin, viola, cello
and bass, The trap set, electric piano, and the
electric guitar were just a few ot the more
up to date instruments played. There were manv
classifications ot traditional or standard
instruments, because most of them had been
around so long and were so versatile.
lnstrurnents in this category included the voice,
French horn, trumpet, flute, piccolo, percussion,
and the ever popular piano,
In their three years in high school Katy Melton, John Wall,
and Nickev Phipps have played in band
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Style, form, and practice make music happen for Lee Hatch
on the bass guitar and for load guitarist Marshall Williams
Cost andpractice time meant about the sam
thing to students involved in music, becaus
there was just as much time spent an
dedication involved as there was money
Practice time was most important to th
student, because he or she wanted to do hi
best. And as for cost, well that is another story
The cost of instruments ranged from S700 t
55500, depending on the instruments an
The overall concept of musical productic
depended on student input, their up-bringing
and exposure to music, And at Abilene l-lig
students had a lot of exposure, There was a
orchestra, choirs, bands, and singing group,
One instrument most students have little knowledge ol
the harpsichord, but Pam Dawkins, finding that it is bas
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Cynthra Rodrrouez, Ellen Cranlrll, Sally Verts,
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hope of grasprng sweepstakes. "Kyrar"', and
"At the Round Earths lmagrned Corners", were
two UlL preces, and "Deus ln Adjutorrurnn,
"Blow, Blow Wrnter VVrnd", and "The Laughing
Song" were other songs sung during the
All therr hard work was rewarded wlth a trrp
to Durango, Colorado, where they sang and
Dennrs, Greg Henderson, Raymond Boswell Srxth Row
Delbert Mtrlverll, Scott Wood, Rrck Vvornble, Robert Reese,
.lefl Harper, Eddy Ragle Seventh Row Joe Garcia, Kern
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manycontributrons to the schoolsprrrtandpride.
The marching band gave its best performances
during half time at the football games. The flags
and twirlers added precision to the routines
the band performed. lt was not as easy as rt
looked, for the band members had to practice
many hours to perform the routines. They
started in mid-August and continued until
mid-November practicing, they also practiced
during zero period and after school. The flag
corps, a new addition to the band, practiced
after school with the twrrlers
To the average student the pep rallies were
the highlight of the week, largely due to the
band. They added spirit to the pep rallies with
traditional songs such as "Bock Around the
Clock", and "The Fight Song", and new ones
like "Fame" and the ever popular "Another One
Bites the Dust", The students were not the
only people who thought the band was the best
for the band got standing ovations at football
games, and a l rating, the best one can get,
at UlL Marching Contest in October.
trpps, Victor Carrrllo, Blair Church, Bbhert Alvarez, Paul
utrerrez, John A vrla, Celeste Hale, lrrna Rodrigues, Aurelra
tokes, Corina Garcia, Marva Sbloman, Gary House, Bran
utter, Joe Swarts, Staton Ardhuerumly, Daniel Villarreal,
rnnre Baxter, Garydtrrtes, Jerry Sarttrr, Birdger Teall, Andy
baradn, Barney Pallarez, James llbdrrgtrlez, Lance Srnrs,
nhhre Spencer, Wayne Landry, Darla Parker, Melanie
Whrtaktfr, Celeste Curtis, DavidAbles, Eddie Campos Back
Bmw lltrllrs Mrllrkrrt, Bobby Little, Richard Martinez, Darrel
yvheat, Ronald Copsey, Cindy Scales, Mike McNeil, David
Lawrertce, Donald Copsey, Danny Salmam, Brenda Charnrck,
Cindy Hadley, Pam Dawkins, Angie Constable, April Davis,
Suzie Campbell, Toree Faught, Tammy Slatton, Butch
Prbpins, Lee Hatch, Tommy Sewell, Deborah Simmons,
Sheri Pesch, Mitsy Hollis, Janet Higgins Teresa Sutton,
Anfr Spann, Ruth Lewis, Mindy Smrth, Dee Butherford,
Greg Estes, Dempsey Jones, Allan LaPour, Martin
Dawson, Phillip Marshall, Mitchell Smith, Mike Mitchell,
Billy Allen. Cathy Boggs
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Edwards-Secretary, Luv Magnasrr--'Vfce-President, JO9
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Area Orchestra. Beverly Edwards and Joe Tecson
High Orchestra. Front Bow Katy Vvayte, Sandra Llsseiy, Joe Tecson, John Haynes, Melanie Leyerle Not
Viola Dulaney, Lee Magness, Michael Waldmann, prvtrirtvl are Karon Bedwine, Van Nguyen, Janet Grice, and
Edwards Top Bow Chrisy Haas, .lean Smith, Rory B.rrlmr.'i Uplold
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Mtrgness, Beverly Edwards, Melanie Leyerle Top Bow pictured are Van Nguyen and Karen Redwrne
The orchestra, under the conduction of Mrs.
Linda Bratton, was not just an ellective, but
a class where students came together for the
sole purpose to produce music and to have
fun while doing it. Sixteen students made up
the orchestra, but as Mrs, Bratton put it "lt's
quality not quantity that makes an
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abundance of, Members of the group made
Region Orchestra: John Haynes, Rory Ussery,
Christy Haas, Melanie Leyele, Katy Wayte, Lee
Magness, Van Nguyen, Jean Smith, Karen
Ffedwine, Beverly Edwards, andJoe Tecson, and
Area Orchestra: Joe Tecson and Beverly
Edwards, Beverly went on to make State
Orchestra. Some participated in Abilene
Philharmonic: Joe Tecson, Lee Magness, Beverly
Edwards, and Melanie Leyerle. Beverly Edwards
played in the HSU Orchestra. Still, all the
members played for different civic organizations
during the year. ln UIL persons played for medals
in individual events, Joe Tecson, Lee Magness,
Beverly Edwards, Karen Redwine, and Melanie
Leyele also play a piece for the French
Symposium in Houston.
The Orchestra gave several performances
during the year, one with the choir in December.
They played classical music, pop tunes, and
even an lrish jig.
Beverly Edwards was one of two students
in the district to make Sta te Orchestra. "l wanted
to make State Orchestra so bad this year
because it was my last chance, and l was so
excited when lgot the letter saying l had been
The orchestra gave its members an
experience to express themselves. As Christy
Haas said, "lt is the best class you can take
here at Abilene High." That was a common
thought among the members.
Orch es tra- 129
Freedom of speech
ob tained by Students
Obtafnfng oonhdence while standfng before
an audfence was the goa! that the Speech
students achfeved under the instructions ofMrs,
Janice Cook Speech X was an fntroductory
course H7 communfcatfon Students fearned
fnformatfve, persuasive, and demonstratfve
speeches Speech outhnfng and vvntfng was
emphasfzed Speech lhefped students refax and
shde fnto Speech ff whfch covered group
dfscuesfone verba! and non-verbal communica-
tfon, and hstenfng A totafofefghty-ffvestudents
are fn the speech cfaeees but onfy thfrty
partfcfpated on the speech team The speech
team was chosen by the speech teacher The
Speech team competed ,fn the foffowfng events
P10559Hf7dPOet!'y!!7Ierpfn'IHtf0r7, fnformatfve and
rJPfSlfH5.'K6 Speaxxng Standard and Cross-
Exanzmfitforz Debates Ondffrti! Ofatofy, Duet
,fhrtfno D:'df7YiISC and Humorous fnterpretatfon,
and Bfpfe Readtng Theft meets were hefd at
L5ww.fw,,f.nf, M:1f,an'+-L, Mwiaant,7 Lee Sonora,
and rfardsff S,frvf'mft: The Spwfzfn lean? ,mfgtoed
the Abffene Jun or Hfgh Speech tournament H7
the .mmf of Pfost-, Pt veiffjt andfx temporaneous
Jn duet dn'Tw'V5'I Hfintlt Feenvster and Tony
Northrop Mtil?7H up mth 'dreat cut-upef de Mrs
Cook expressed wt Acuordfng to Jnnrny Pogue,
'Speech was a chance that expanded my
knowledge fn dftferent Subfects When Frenkhn
D FMoeeveft paw the four freedoms, freedom
of epeech was one of them To me, freedom
ot Speech fs the greatest thfng we have, because
ft gwes ue the chance to expand our fdeas and
beffets Speakfng also glues one eeft-assurance,
and I thfnk thats a good ouahty to have "
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many frmflwsrmg points on Sf7HfL7l7'S Speech before N01
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barrier has spcakmg IGCNIYIIIIIHS
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' 'Parlez- vous francais ' '
"Parlez-vous lranga1s.7" That translates rnto
"do you speak French?", lf the readers could
answer that, there would be a lew "our" or
yesses The French classes had an enrollment
ol 720 students, Miss Sherry Sue Hansan was
the teacher and sponsor of the French
The class lor the begfnnfng French student
was hard, but rewardrng The hrst year was
dedtcated to the learnrng ol deterrnrners, nouns,
common verbs, slrnple sentence structure, and
the French culture. The second year got rnore
lnvolved ln sentence structure and cornplex
nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, etc, Thtrd year
was more relaxed Among third year actrvltres
were reading some books and plays like Cyrano
de Beroerac and The Ltttle Prtnce, performtng
Despite Asterix's "welcome to French class", Ellzabeth
Korves can not walt for the bell to rlng, so she can leave.
FRENCH CLUB. Front Row' Rachel Grant, Susle Carnbell,
Mary Rogers, Ronnre Cheasta, Rhonda Davrs, Wendy Collier,
Alisha Hawkins, Joanna McClellan, Mlss Sherry Sue Hansen,
Dara Cook, Rachel Garza, Melanle Smith, Susan Crarg, Mlddle
Row Jan Bennett, Scott Bradshaw, Arny Hlcks, Jean Smlth,
Cathy Boggs, Dana Srnall, Katie Harper, Polly Porter, Elfsse
Blondeau, Melanie Leyerle, Elsa Aguirre, Jo Beal, Beverly
Edwards, Last Bow Tony Berry, Chrlsty Stltrnan, Mellssa
Shepherd, Llsa Klrnberllng, Letlcta Bevllls, Cruz Santtbanez,
Lee Magness, Larrssa Dourty, Joe Tecson, Chequetta Bean,
Greg Henderson, Whitney Cloud, Top Row Donald Copsey,
Jell Harper, Marilyn Carnell, Beth Brotherton, Elrzabeth
Korves, Kara Parker, Latrlcla Crosthwalt
732-La Classe de Frangats
plays like "The Lawyer" and 8CfVSTflS6'FTlQl7fS,
and palntrng, and drawrng The tasks sounded
easy ff known fn Englrsh, but done tn French,
llke the students had to, II was much more
The club was as actrye as the class was.
Fortyfllve rnentbers went to a play, 'Cyrano
de Bergerac", ll? Dallas and then went to a
French restaurant called The Magrc Pan They
were rn Stng-Song, and went to French
Syrnposlurn lll Houston
Learntng French was a delrghtful experience.
Students probed the language and culture ol
another country wlthout leavrng the classroorn.
"I thought I was rtch wrth a flower unroue rn all the world,
but f Only had a common rose " A Quote lrorn The Ltttle
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for her many achleyements ln French While Susan
acted as presldent ofthe French Club she also held
an olflce ln National Honor Society as secretary
and partlclpated ln Texas Future Teachers ol
America She sang and played lH the cholr and her
favorite hobby was snow skflng and rnany hours
were spent playing the plano After high school
Susan planned to attend ACU and major In blology
Susan was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Byron
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French Club Officers: Melanze Smrth- Vlce Presldent, Susan
Craig-President, Dara Cook-Treasurer, and Rachel
Senior French student, Marilyn Darnell, models a can-can
sklrt worn IH a play done ln French class lll.
La Classe de Ff3NQ5lS7l33
ROTC shapes leaders for
lf one vvas physcrally frt, at least fourteen
years of age, ol good moral character and a
crtrzen of the Unrted State, then he could forn
the Jonror Reserve Ollrcerfs Trarnrng Corps
under the rnstrtrctron ol Lretrtenant Colonel Glen
Maddox and Sergeant John Rersrng. The class
vvas an aerospace edtrcatron and leadershrp
course ln aerospace, they learned the hrstory
of avratron, hovv an arrplane llres, navrgatron,
aerospace envrronment, and space technology
ln leadershrp, fthey learned management,
prrncrples of leadershrp, homan psychology,
mrlrtary customs, and practrcal experrence rn
leadershrp "Arr Force ROTC concentrated more
aboot mans herrtage ol llrght and the lotore
that faces asf sard Lretrtenant Colonel
There were one hundred and erghty students
who partfcrpated rn An Force ROTC Varrotls
actrvrtres that Jttnror RO TC partrcrpated rn were
the Jerry Lewrs Mttltrple Sclerosrs drrve,
sophomore and senrorprcnrc, Mrlrtary Ball, held
trrps to Johnson Space Center rn Galveston
Texas, Fort Rlrss rn El Paso, Laclcland Arr Force
Base rn San Antonro, ,fhvards Rass rn Revrew,
and Srng Song One experrence that wrll never
be forgotten was the llroht on the KC-735
Dorrng that llrght the students were able to
srt on the prlots seat and watch the reftlelrng
of a B-52 bomber When the KC- 735 took off,
Johnny Tollys thought vvas "Oh my God, l'm
gorng to get srclclf' The KC-735 vvas rn flrght
from OQOO to 77OO hours,
Students who were below average
academrcally became hrghly motrvated and drd
an otrtstandrng fob Alter gradtratron, many
Students vvent rnto rnrlrtary Servrce at a hrgher
rank vvrthoot gorng to basrc trarnrng, others vvent
to college and toolc advanced ROTC to become
Lretrtenant Colonel Maddox strntrnarrzed the
year when he sard, experrenced one ol
our best years vvrth one hundred and erghty
Cadet Tommy Gham readies theRO TClw.1nner ltr! thonvvards
Ceremony to be rn fort Worth, Texas
cadets and most vvere vvellfmotrvated and
rnterested rn the program "
Teaching the rnerfs rifle flrrll team how ltr use the rrlltw:
rs Lxtitltl Tewlrnftrrl Stfryrtzrrrt Dwrrxne Dam:
Cadet Sergeant Major Mrke Wrolwl and the Black Kmght
tlrrll leant slant! til parade res! dtrrrno lra.-:rc rnoxernents
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"Land for learning"
Greg Griffen, a student in agriculture said,
"There is more to agriculture thaniust farming,
Students can obtain other training related to
business such as in a feed store or implement
dealership, That is whylcan say that agriculture
is a land for learning,"
Future Farmers of America sponsors were
Mr, Bill Scott and Mr Jackie Richards. Activities
for FFA started at the State Fair of Texas in
Dallas, The annual Student and Parent Banquet
was held in May Members participated in stock
shows, judging contests, and community
services Practical chores of bailing hay and
cleaning the grounds around the Abilene State
School allowed for experience outdoors. Ham
and sausage sales took place near Thanksgiving
fragment. Also the students ordered hams at
Christmas time which they had not done in a
A leadership contest at Cooper High School
was one of the highlights ln the contest a
member in FFA competed with other district
chapters Members must have passed different
At the school agriculture farm, Yvonne McBride spends
valuable time with her pig to prepare it for contest
736- Vocational Agriculture
tests, such as the Greenhand Ouiz, FFA manual,
and radio and speech. Students learned about
diseases that concerned cattle, swine and
poultry, and other livestock. With those lessons
studied members of FFA obtained a wider
knowledge in farm and ranch management.
"With one hundred and two members, " said
lvlr Richards, "Abilene FFA completed a very
successful year "
Exhibiting his agriculture project, Tim Kahn pets his show
pig revealing thatpigs really are not wild as their reputations
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class orgahrze therr records books, a valuable asset to
To keep a clean pen rs a srgn ol good crtrzenshrp Thrs
excellent trart rs shown rn Wayne Lahan as he rrnses out
hrs prg's pen.
Many hours after school are spent by Judy Welch when
she feeds her lambs at the school farm
Showing skills in agriculture, Davrd Black was nomrnated
to be an Outstandrng Eagle for hrs consrderable
contrrbutrons to the FFA Startrng hrs agrroulture
rnterest, Davrd became rnvolved rn the FFA hrs
sophomore year and contrnued rn the program through
hrs funror and senror years, The son ol Mr and Mrs
Joe Black was also rnvolved rn Ag Coop hrs senror
year and actrve on the poultry fudgrng team all three
years Hrs project wrth hrs New Hampshrre grlts proved
to be very rewardrng hrs senror year as a stepplng stone
was lard to help Davrd across the transrtrorr of berng
a student to an agrlcultural busrnessman
Vocatronal Agrrculture- 737
Aides, drivers keep minds on business
The world today if full of dos and dont's
when it concerns peoples lives. Driving the
opposite vvay on a one vvay street vvas not
a good vvay to pass drivers education,
Keeping your eyes on the road and on the
signs brings safety. Mr. Bill Walker taught
driver's education at Al-lS. Une hundred five
students participated in this class, it took the
students a vvhole semester to obtain their
driver's license, "At first vvhen l sat behind the
driver seat l vvas very nervous, but as the year
vvent on by it got easier and novv l can relax
behind the drivers wheel," said Frank Lovvry,
a driver's education student. "Getting my
drivers license vvas the best thing that
happened to me this year at AHS, The funniest
thing that l will alvvays remember vvas vvhen
one of the students that i vvas riding vvith
panicked vvhen the green iight turned yellovv,
Mr. Walker had asked her to make a right turn
at the corner, Before she turned the lights
changed on her and she held on to the steering
vvheel and made the turn into a parking lot
instead Not everyone vvas perfect on the first
During the regular school term this course
vvas offered first and second semester at Al-lS.
During the summer the course vvas offered,
For a change of pacc, Tye Sasin picks up roll she gets
while acting as an aide
Audio visual aide, Mike Dawkins sets up it film for ti movie
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too Each Student is scheduled for thirty-tvvo
hours of classroom instruction, six hours of
observation, and six hours of behind-the-vvheel
Student services came in handy for
teachers, the important responsibilities of an
aide relieved some of the pressures that
teachers and administrators had to cope vvith.
"Doing the little things that a teacher has
trouble getting around to vvhen they are too
busy, " said Cheryl Churchman, a world history
teachers aide, "My duties were very simple
as grading papers, typing worksheets and
making out tests."
Service positions that vvere available at AHS
vvere attendance office, counselors office,
associate principals offices, registrars office,
and principals office. Some of the responsibilif
ty of the office aides vvere filing the students
records, collecting and filing the class
attendance sheet for the teachers, help locate
students for their change of schedules. Library
aides vvere responsible for checking the
shelves and keeping them in order, checking
out books and reminding the students to
return the books on time. Clinic aides vvere
responsible for updating the immunization
records and taking the student's blood
pressure and temperature vvhen needed. A
the student aides for the teachers did
fantastic job, To be trusted vvith a test pape
vvas one of the responsibilites that th
teachers aides had,
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Drama achie ves limelight and
There were seyeralphases in the department
of drama, they were stage craft, applying
make-up, and acting, ln stage craft students
learned hoyy to build sets, and vyork curtains
and lights. Applying makefup was a major task
because there were many kinds of faces that
"Magic" is what Michelle Massie and Penny Flake
are creating during Sing-Song
A hopeful prospect in the world of drama was Roger
Abbott. He was chosen as an Outstanding Eagle in
drama and he hoped to go on to college and study
the performing arts, Roger was president of the Drama
Club and was also chosen as best actor While he spent
a lot of time with drama, Roger also enjoyed swimming
as Well as drawing Roger was the son of Mr and
Mrs Bill Abbott
had to be created, like an old person, a rosey
checked girl, or a face from a different country.
Acting was what brought the stage craft and
make-up come to life Without acting the other
two phases would be useless.
There were three different classes, drama
I, ll, lll, They were taught by Mr. Buster Maloney,
Drama l was an introduction to the stage, and
one act plays. They also learned to express
themselves as other people. "He teaches us
how to be someone else, like if l had to play
the part of Little Miss Muffet Mr. Maloney says
to forget about Alora and put yourself in her
shoes. He teaches us howto express yourself. "
said Alora Svvayzer, a first year drama student.
Drama ll and lll were the classes that did the
Drama also had a club. The club was made
up of the class members. One of their main
events was participation in Sing-Song. The big
highlight of the year was the UlL One Act Plays,
Drama was an art, and by the time a student
enrolled in drama graduated, he had learned
how to express oneself, stage craft, and all
areas of drama.
In his first year at Abilene High, Mr Buster Maloney directed Drama students Linda Vaughn and Tony Northrup rehearse
several plays The one he is directing here is "Our Town, " during class,
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Cosmetology lS desfgnmg her fdeal beauty shop
Ones appearance vvas so Important at the
hfgh school age, One ol the many things that
made a person look the vvay they did vvas his
hafr style. Whether one vvas vvorkfng, playrng
or even going to school, the han' style exhibited
what kind of person they vvere Where dld the
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shop, vvhfle another student vvorked on a large
shrp rn vvhreh she servlced orevv members and
guests Tvvo students ovvned shops rn Abflene
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sounds that were heard from the sewing
machines in the homemaking hall as guys and
gals alike became more involved in homemaking
classes, Sewing was not just fun and
experimenting but as students learned, it took
a lot of patience. For example, one guy was
sewing an enblem on his sweat shirt. When
he finished he was very proud until he found
out that he had sewn the front of the shirt
to the back! imagine how he felt!
With the aid of the school's fourteen sewing
machines, the students made sweat shirts,
skirts, pants, vests, dresses, etc. The students
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Aid from Mrs. Roxanne Klump speeds up the pinning of
pattern to material for Mary Moore
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ol making his vest,
and se wing
furnished the pattern, scissors, fabric, and all
the notions for their projects.
Home economics also covered cooking, Here
the students learned how to cook various kinds
of foods such as meats, breads, cookies, etc.
The students learned how to prepare a meal
from the basic four food groups.
Home and family living was another home
economics class. The students learned about
dating, courtship and marriage, Students had
a mock wedding which taught them the proper
functions of a wedding. Students also learned
how to make proper arrangements for a funeral.
Closely trimming her material, Tammy Slayton proceeds
to complete her project,
A busy homemaker who livedan active life was Shana
Winkles She was chosen as an Outstanding Eagle
in homemaking Other activities for Shana included
acting as Vice President of Ta Te and she was a
member of OEA She was an outdoorsman and liked
to camp and go canoeing Shana exercised her
musical abilities by playing the piano Mr and Mrs
Carlton Winkless daughter hoped to attend the
University of Arlington but she was undecided on
In home furnishings class Reggie Hunter and Yvonne Conners
mix palms to work on a color wheel
With scissors in hand, Faye Raye readies to Cut out her
Making salad in class, Carhy Lackey and Larry Appleby
consult the recipe for rnstruetions
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Mr Trtrvrs Srnrth sard that hrs ptrprls trarned
rn strth areas ol atrto ntechantis as ttrne-trps,
engrrne overhatrls, eletitrrcal syeterns, trartarnrse
an work, along svrth rnany other aspects ol
the held, The class rnet lor three hours a day.
Students garned held experrenee vvhrle they
learned the vvrrtten phases ol atrto rneohanros.
The class proved to be enjoyable as vvell as
enrrchrng for both Students and teacher
The rnetal trades tnlass was taught by Mr
George Credrciott Students enrolled rn the
prograrn learn the xarrotrs stages ol shop work
and related theory Shop L1 orlx rntiltrded rnachrne
work, hench work, and nreldrno Related theory
was the teohnreal rnlornratron along wrth other
rnlorrnatron concernrng every facet of Shop
vvorlq The rndrvrdtral vvho entered the rnetal
trades Class had to have a gentrrne rnterest
rn learnrng the trade He alao had to he vvrllrng
to vvorlc hard
Students rn the relrrgeratronfarr' tfondrtronrng
class, rnstrtrcted oy Mr Hohert Davrs, garned
valuable lcnovvledge They rrr' learned how to frnd
trotrhle rn refrrgerators and freezers and how
to reparr thern, and how to erie and rnstall arr
vvork vvas rnade avarlahle lor those Students
vvho vvanted to learn everythrng poesrlale about
relrrgeratron and arr Condrtronrng Second year
Students, vvho vvere also senrors, vvere able to
vvork for a Contractor' lor' the last semester
rn place of oornrng to Class Terry Bovvrnan,
a ftrnror from Wylre, Sard, "the Class rs really
neat and lVlr Davrs rs a really good teacher "
Terry pard ttrrtron to attend the class vvhrch
rnet lor three hours darly One Cotrld not have
helped bot realrze how rntroh vvorlc was rnvolved
rn these trade classes The people vvho enrolled
vvere very vvrllrng to grve ol therr' trrne and of
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Students in the building trades, electrical
trades, and the radio and television courses
learned to use their minds and hands in a
successful way. The classes helped many
individuals to become knowledgeable at an
The purpose of the building trades class was
to give students actual experience in the design
and construction of residential and commercial
buildings, Foundations, framing, roofing, and
finish work on a building were vital aspects
of the instruction, Mr. John Berry taught the
class which met for three periods a day.
The electrical trades class was taught by Mr.
Ross Plant. He instructed basic electrical theory,
and the students received actual practice in
residential and commercial wiring. Students
Before satisfaction can be gained, work must be done, as
demonstrated by Louis Flores, Troy Pain ter, Scott Brubaker,
Steve Salazar, Kenneth Thompson, and Brian Johnson.
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participated in the wiring of some newly built
houses. They also repaired and rewound
Mr, Jim Simson, who taught the radio and
television course had a great pride in his
students, saying, "l love to work with
students. l feel so proud when they follow
through in what they are trained for." Mr.
Simson instructed students in basic electron-
ics and how to repair televisions. The class
built various projects and attempted many
Great experience was learned by each
student in his prospective field, Many people
participated in the classes which showed that
they, too, had much pride in their work, as well
she should have had.
With the completion of two years of electrical trades
behind him, Abraham Sanchez moved on to bigger and
better things. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sanchez
had no plans for college, for Abraham decided to make
electrical trades his profession. During his senior year,
Abraham served as Vocational Industrial Cooperation
Association president. Abraham was chosen for
Outstanding Eagle because of his great determination
and eagerness to get his job done.
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Preparing students fora future ln the business
world was the mam goal for the business and
data processmg classes, Students enrolled ln
the classes learned about the typing
Typlng l was usually the flrst step ln the
ladder ol bustness and data processfng, After
that class students stepped up lnto areas such
as shorthand, accouttng, data processlng,
typlng ll, etc. Data processing dealed vvfth
programmlng, processing and operatmg
computers ln shorthand students learned the
art of dfctatlon ln accounting they worked with
numbers and adding machine keyboards,
Students learned to type for personal needs,
too Most lctds took the buslness classes so
when they graduated they would have an edge
on skflls when they went job hunting,
'Secretarles and other related fobs wlll be one
of the hlghest paylng fobs, and a fob which
wlll be tn the biggest demand when the classes
of the late '7O's and the early '80s reach htrlng
age, "sa1d Mrs, Kay Taylor, head ot the buslness
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Classroom duscusslons help data prncessmg students
ulttlefstttltcl the computer language as taught by Mr Fred
Students ready for business world
Many students participated in Vocational
Office Education lVOEi and Pre-VOE. The
classes were a vital part of numerous lives.
The learned skills were indispensable.
Students who participated in the classes were
better prepared for jobs in the business
Designed for junior or senior students,
Pre- VOE helped to build skills in office educa tion,
After a hard day's work, Donna Winters decides to rest
for a while
To prepare for class, Mrs Harkey checks over some notes
To learn to keep records is an important part of preparing
to work in an office, which Storni Janeway knows
They developed talents in typing, office machine
operating, and office procedures. The class met
for two periods a day under the instruction of
Mrs, Judy Bird.
ln VOE, students were very enthusiastic about
learning, They listened to Mrs. Ouida Harkey
teach everything she knew about office
education. The class rnet for one class period
a day in addition to three hours of
on-the-job-training. Training was available ii
such areas as accounting, stenography
secretarial work, filing, along with other relate
The students who enrolled learned as much
as they could have learned about working ii
a business world. They gained valuabl
experience to help them find a good fob afte
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Taking a break from the daily routine, Amanda Jacobs and
Norma Richard enjoy a little friendly conversation.
A receptionist is an important person as Sharon Stout
demonstrates by making an appointment for Elvra Cantu.
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Two industrial arts classes offered were
drafting and woodworking. Students involved
in the courses were very serious about their
work and took a great pride in learning.
For first year drafting students a course in
general drafting was taught. lt was the
introductory course which included the
understanding and developing of basic drafting
skills and techniques. The techniques included
sketching, instrument drawing, measuring,
freehand lettering, problem solving, and inking,
among others For advanced students, Mr. Bill
Tittle taught architectural drafting and technical
drafting. A study of the history or architecture,
new materials, and new construction methods
were a few of the aspects of architectural
drawing that were taught. Technical drafting
taught students to solve problems in areas of
structural steel, machine design, aircraft
drafting, electrical drafting, and other types of
Mr Ned Follis instructed students in the
competitions during his junior and senior years
in woodworking Ray Pemberton was nominated
Outstanding Eagle in woodworking for his
achievements Ray son of lVlr and Mrs Ted
Pemberton also participated in the FFA all three
years Ray enjoyed working with his ag projects
The projects proved profitable fo he
woodworking nominee for his pigs sold at the
premium price The profit earned by Ray brought
Participating in district, region, area, and state
him the award of Chapter Farmer
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woodworking class. Designed to give a variety
ol constructions, maintenance, and finishing
experiences with wood and wood products, the
class was popular, Students who enrolled in
the class developed some degree of knowledge
and skill in the use of basic woodworking hand
tools, They also developed desirable safety
practices and habits. Students of woodworking
gained experience while working on such
projects as making cabinets and other useful
lndustrial arts classes proved to be valuable
for students planning to enter a drafting or
woodworking field. Some students enrolled in
one of the classes to follow a family tradition
which meant a lot to them
Busily working on his project, Greg Gaines shows
Involved in the Industrial Arts Club all three years, Chrrs
Bergman was named Outstandrng Eagle rn draftrng The
son of Mr and Mrs Wrllram Bergman advanced to state
Competrtron rn draltrng hrs freshm an year Chrrs obtarned
numerous rrbbons as he advanced to drstrrct, area, and
regron competrtron durrng hrs sophomore, runror, and
senror years Chrrs enjoyed playrng raolcetball rn hrs
spare trme He also spent much trme workrng on hrs
car to get the prrcrsron just rrght The precrsron pard
ol! rn hrs draftrng too for hrs projects were mostly
ways willing to help, Mr Trttle explarns a procedure to
rzzled Chrrs Bergman
Industrial Arts Club. Front Row Gary Shake, Gerald Garcra.
Lewrs Bergman, Jay Fry, Brent Srmpson, Flay Pemberton,
Kerth Hardwrcke, lVlrkef?rdgway, Marty Yarbrough, and Steve
Fowler Mrddle How Dana Bertscher, Denrse Wood, Brllre
Wrllrams, and Dana Nuber Back Row Wayne Landry, Joel
Reyes, Chrrs Bergman, John Keenum, Alan Smrth, Davrd
Carroll, Adam Drxon, Rrchard Martrnez, Dennrs Carroll. and
Jay Fry was chosen for Outstarrdrng Eagle n
woodworkrrrg for hrs numerous awards rn that area
The son of Mr and Mrs Edward Fry has advanced
to drstrrct regron area and state hrs lunror and
senror years Jay served as Vrce Presrdent rn the
lndustrral Arts club hrs senror year He also
partrcrpated on the varsrty tennrs team hrs
sophomore and senror year Even though the tennrs
workouts were trrrng Jay strll had the strength to
go foggrng rn hrs spare trme
Daytime students and
ln the cooperative training courses, students
worked at a regular job in addition to attending
school. lt seemed easy for them. They were
totally devoted to both activities. importance
was placed upon the quality ofboth schoolwork
and their occupation.
Students who wanted to work in jobs that
required knowledge and skill in home economics
took the Home Economics Cooperative
Education lHECEl course. The areas of study
under the instruction of Mrs. Sue Day, included
child development, clothing and textiles,
consumer education, family living, food and
nutrition, and home management.
Health Occupations Education lHOEl was a
program designed for students interested in a
health care field career. Under the instruction
of Miss Judy Jordan, the class trained to
become medical lab technicians, physical
In HECE, Tammy Patrick and Bobbie Bennett set up a filmstrip
to show the class
Busily working on an engine, Jackie Miller concentrates
on his job,
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therapists, dental assistants, doctors assis-
tants, or nurses aides.
Mr Bill Decker instructed the industrial
Cooperative Training llCTl classes. Students
were taught a skilled trade. A few of the
occupations in which they could have trained
were auto mechanics, carpentry, drafting,
electronics, painting, printing, and watch
Students were trained for jobs in the retail
and wholesale businesses in the Distributive
Education lDEl class. The class was taught by
Mr. Cecil Couch and was designed to make
the person a more productive employee and
to help him advance in the world of business,
To participate in the course, students had to
have had a fob in a wholesale or retail business
Each of the vocational training courses had
something valuable to offer. Many students took
advantage of the classes and enjoyed
participating for the future.
Magazines prove to be helpful to Melanie Chatman as shf
tries to choose an appropriate profession
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A wel! deserved honor was bestowed on Ruth Weeks
for her achievements in Distributive Education, Planning
on attending Hardin-Simmons, Ruth kept busy
participating in Young Life and Future Business Leaders
of America, Daughter of Myra Weeks, Ruth enjoyed
miniature golf and roller skating in her spare time
lwtween studyxng and worknng Uutstandxng academ-
utzally, Ruth was also a member of the Natrona! Honor
ew, Www, NN Taking notes and listening to lectures are just a small part
With plans of attending J commerclal college lli the
city ol Abilene, Janet James, daughter ol Mr and Mrs
Charles James, was nominated Outstandlng Eagle in
Distrfbutive Education Janetparticlpatedin DEherfunlor
and Senlor years Janet participated lli all church
activities and was named secretary ol her Blhle study
Class ln her spare tnne, Janet enjoyed leading
adventurous novels and vvorlclng with friends on
ol the activltles otAl1ce Velasguez and Pam Davls in DE
Tony Hill t in he depended Jn
For Health Occupation Education Angela Halliburton
was nominated Outstanding Eagle for her slgnillcant
achievements in that field The daughter ol Mr and
Mrs Thomas Halliburton enjoyed roller skating
slnging and all types of sports Angela also enjoyed
modeling new fashions of clothing in her spare time
Attending Cisco Junior College and training to
become an L VN were Angela S immediate plans after
graduation Alter becoming an LVN Angela hoped
to work and to train to become a registered nurse
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Through the sports programs, Eagles pulled
off a steady string of wins. The fans cheered
on the athletes from every possible position,
from sidelines to pool sides, Excelling in
competition with great team efforts and superb
sole performances, the Eagles provided an
elaborate view of precision playing in all
The grueling workouts paid off in full when
it came time to compete once more in an event
in which an Eagle was assured of placing.
These unique athletes set examples and
marks never seen or experienced before. And
in the end, when the dust had settled and the
waves had ceased, the achievements stood to
be admired by all, lor the Eagles were above
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Even after months of llldcitlft' Kenny Smith continues his train
in .fn attempt to he above the rest
At the Wichita Falls Rider football game, Leo Parish attempts
to break the tackles of two opponents
Raising the victory flag after the Wm over San Angelo, Darren
Robinson accompanied by fellow teammates, coaches and
cheerleaders cheer another Eagle victory.
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for the Eagles
ln the 80-87 school year there were several
varied groups that cheered the Eagles on to
the final buzzer. These people were the
cheerleaders, the mighty Eagle Band, Bold Gold,
andofcourse the ever faithful fans who followed
the Eagles everywhere they went never losing
hope, win or lose, These people were the life
of the Eagle team, because of them the Eagles
had the power to go one more game, the desire
to give it one more shot.
The members of Bold Gold, along with the
cheerleaders put in countless hours of
practice, the sign painting and worked hard to
show school spirit. The Eagle Band as well put
in many extra hours in and out of school,
seeking to give a perfect performance. The
members worked hard to give a good show
and were never satisfied with anything less
than a first rate performance. All of these
people represented the lightswitch for the
Eagle team. They gave all of their support to
what they felt was a worthwhile cause, These
people were the Power Plants.
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Doing the usual job ol a cheerleader, Cheri Gooch tells
the sophoinortes to yell
lo! Po wet Plants
When the Rider Raiders came to Abilene, Lintla Floherts,
Loiisa Shook, Doe Danback, Ricky Claspill, Vnfan Ussaiy.
Susan Wolfe, and Thomas Biisttei turned out to cheer for
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Tnauy Bwlwp, LKFSSH MCKMP, Own Gouch, limi Pgzfgye Pierce
suppurl each Olfltff effortlessly
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rhe Eagles on in another exclrfng pep rally
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The Bold Gold squad leaders show rheif leadership by
cheering on the Eagles lll the HOl7lUCOfVllElg pep rally
Cheerleader Tracy Bishop shows thu exclfenienl of heing
an Eagle, The thrill of being in a No 7 school
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MCDMI, Chflsly Sffknmn and Hcrma Mziftm show why they
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soar in first half
Underrated and ttrth predrcted rnedretrrrtt,
the tarsrty footlrarf' teanr opened the seasttn
at honre eearrrst Wruhrta Ealls Rrder But the
Eagles looked lrlte anytlnng hot alsofrans en
rotrte to a 2810 shtrtorrt
Leo Parrrsh paveal the oterpowerrrrg Eagle
rtrshrng attack wrth M2 yards and two
fOLlCllGt7VVl7S, whrle a rronsrstent defense held
the helpless Rarders te wnlt 172 yards of total
Explodrntg rn the served 'raft the Warhrrds
scored me ttrtwlrtlrwnrrs te defeat the
Weatherford llroh Stiheol Kangaroos rn
Weatherford Throtrohotrt the tough wrn the
Eagle defense shrned, enahlrng our offense the
Chances to score Gene Lackey rntercepted
tyye passes and Scott Hanrrlton prclced off
Rrdrne the nrtrrnenttrrn created hy therr
prevrods two VfctIt7llHS, eonlrdent AHS next
faced the ntrrrrher one ranked tearn rn Texas,
the Temple Wrldrfats
As the Vyarerrd defense held the states best
scoreless for nearly three dtrerters the Offense
SCOred wrth a totrrhdoyyrr of twenty yards hy
Loyal Proffrt, a seyentt, yardscerrng rnterceptron
by Tony Munoz, and a seventeen yard
touchdown rtatrfh hy Dayrd Coffey helped pdf
the upset rnrnded Eagles on top 27fO
However, the Wrldeets hegen therreyalenche
r1ltft'trrrrwlurt'lt lrx stwrrrrrg thrrtyfotrr rrornts rn
the last lwtrrttwrr nrfntrtes ol the trarrre
The lrnal horn sounded to a drsappornted
Eagle learn, who realrzed that a nrorrrl trtrtory
was not enotreh
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tx ,rr trtrr ffttr L9-1 .ql'l't'TtI Steers The r'.r:rlws fed
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ltd! the ltttrrth .rtrtnter helenged ttr,f1lrrr'erre llrtrh
Taltrntr trtltarrttrtre of a forty-seterr yard rrtrnt
return hy Kell Kearney, the VVarlrrrds nrarrihed
thrrty three yards Loyal Proflrtt pltrngred over
lrorn the une to score end then found Dernelq
Erelds open rn the end Zone for the two pornt
Ahrlene ptr! the eanre away as they drove
to the Ere Sprrng one yard lrne Once there,
Mrke Dams drted oter the top, preser'tfrrre the
wrn for the Eagles
The unset nrrnded Werbrrds next laced the
tetrglr Pennant Panthers, the ndrnher srxth
ranked leant rn the state All throtroh the frrst
half the Eagle defense shrned, alloyyrng for a
W3 lead at halftrnre after e rnne yerd totrehdoyyn
Quarterback Loyal Proffitt proves fm Af' r t '
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pass front Loyal Proffrtt to Denrelt' Frelds
The rnonrentdnr Changed rn the second half,
homfeyer The Adrift? power of Pennran scored
twenty erght pornts rn the frnal two dtrerters
to rrlarnr the yrctery 3 lf 74 Even though defeated
the Eagles proved thenrseltfes, lvevonrrng one
of the levy tearns te score on the heralded
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Close losses terrorize
Eagles in second half
Traveling nekt to Midland, the Warbrrds lost
a close game 7-3 to the Bulldogs Penaltres
plagued both teams all nfght, the major factor
fn the low score, Jacob Flores and Leo Parrish
rushed for forty-five and fffty-four yards
Homecomrng was spofled rn the Eaglesnext
game as the Odessa Bronchos stole a 20-72
vrctory, Darren Robrnsons block of a Broncho
punt helped keep Abilene rn the game as Davrd
Coffey then recerved a thfrty-four yard
touchdown pass Leo Parrish carrred fn the flnal
touchdown after Shane Gravens recovered a
The Eagles put a stop to their losing streak
ll7 San Angelo with a 26- 72 victory. Loyal
Proffftts passes proved effectrve as 736 yards
and one touchdown were amazed through the
Vverght and sfze proved to be the decfsrve
factors as the Eagles battled Mrdland Lee. Using
their brgger manpower and relentless running
attack, the Rebels whfpped Abrlene Hrgh 35- 7 7.
Ken Halls freld goal opened the scorrng but
then Lee took over Karl Kearneyfs three yard
run rn the closrng mlnutes ffnfshed the
The outcome hung on "lfs" as Cooper came
from behrnd to beat the Eagles 27-70, lnjurfes
to Allan Johnson and Leo Parnsh as well as
a called back seventy-one yard touchdown run
by Loyal Proffrtt hurt the Warbfrd effort The
Eagles led 70-7 at the end of the flrst half,
but the Cougars roared back wrth two
touchdowns ln the fourth Quarter Eagle fans
went away from the fffteenth strarght vfctory
Cooper had accumulated against AHS hoping
that maybe' next year ,
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As quarterback Darren Albus looks on, Charles Stewart trrps
over a Cooper defender
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.lUNlOl? VARSITY FOOTBALL Fronr Flow Rrchard Grams 23,
Hoherz Fernandez 44, Chroo Casrrll 70, Pa! Srgalfa 20, Rrckly
Crrrnacho 33, lsreal Garza 22, Jrrnrny Lcrza 80, Hay Castrll 8,
7ornrny Prom 34, John Aurlla 54, Second How Mrke Carnbell
82, Janros Turner 34, l-Yeggre Petrno 73, Robert Paizowskr 86,
Narhan Harrrs 45, Handy Boswell 75, Carlos Hodrrryuez 2 7, Wayne
Lanharn 3 7, Crarg Grrlfrrh 77, Aneclezo Palaorous 52, Mrlce Berstad
772-.lunror Varsrly' loofball
7 7, Sarn Crawford 26, Thrrd Row Wayne Coffey 70,
Stewart 87, Darren Albus 77, Mall Weldrnarrrv 50, Paul
72, John Elgrn 40, Tornrny Martrrrez 57, Currrs Srnrpson
Dgivrrl Mrller 76, Greg Rayo 60, Butch Carlrn 66, Fourrh
Russell Chrrefrgin 35, Frankre Cortez 87, Brll Prerson 54, R
Reyna 85, Herman Brown 24, Darrel Dearnan 9, Brllre
83, Gvno Hmlqrns 80, Melvin Mclriesty 27
JV works as
Junior varsity football was somewhat a class where
lnexperrenced underclassmen learned the skills of
football. To play on the varsity team was a goal
which seemed to have kept many of the guys working,
tralnrng, and strlvrng to be the best they could possrbly
ln an interview with coach Brll Sudbury, he
commented, "Those who have stuck lt out all year
are a close group of boys, there rs no rndlvrdual
on the team. " He also sard that unlike many teams,
our junror varsity was not a "one man team", but
rather a group of average guys who play well together
as a team. He felt that the vrotory agarnst Cooper
helped them a lot mentally.
Continuing the constant rivalry between Crosstown hrgn schools,
Abrlene Hrgh's junior varsity team battles Cooper to the end
Vinth a Cooper defender closely behrnd htm, Herman Brown leaps
hrgh rn the arr rn a marvelous attempt to catch the pass
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Junror Varsrty football- 773
Teams do vvell
"All of the volleyball teams did vvell this year, "
said Miss Janet Dunlavy, the girls volleyball
coach. "ln all of the tournaments, the teams
vvent almost to the finals before being beaten. "
The varsity team finished the district season
vvith a three-eleven record vvhich left them rn
srxthplace, vvhrle thejunior varsity team seemed
to have come out a little bit better vvith a
seven-seven district record and vvinrting third
place in district, as vvell as third place in the
junior varsity district tournament. The
sophomore team came out on top vvith an
undefeated record of six-zero and vvas first rn
Specialrecognition vvent to Rachel Garza for
district honorable mention. When asked if she
had any comments for the year Miss Dunlavy
said. "l really look forvvard to the years ahead. "
Perfect form of Raye Ray leads to a loss for Cooper
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Renette Lomas puts all her effort in her hit
Scoring requires Kelly Higgins' serve to be good
nor Vol t y
AHS Bartgjts 74 75- 72
AHS Bi. ixrrtivootl J 75
B wc' S AHS Graham 4 75-7 7
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Season Record 77 77 Season Retgnrd 9-74
District Rank Th rd Rltct District Rank Fifth Rtace
.lui Varsity '7 ball
vs t 75- 7 70- 75
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JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL. Front Row' Claudia Row Coach Janet Dunalvy, Faye Rae, Lizzie Morris, T
Gonzales, Beth Brotherton, Iris Burnett, Monica Sigala. Back Prado, Raye Rae,
Opposite, Kneeling, Lizzie Morris hits the ball into the
while Rachel Garza, Monica Sigala, and Renette Lo
prepare to back her up to beat Cooper.
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Fienerre Lomas, Racnel Garza, Jonnfza Teeter-Manager
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tough Hrst half
Consistency and preparation were the keys
that opened the varsity boys basketball season.
Using good percentage shots, the Eagles
dominated their early season play.
Hard fought games against Lubbock
Coronado and Wichita Falls High helped fuel
success as the Warbrrds roared to a match
up with powerful Hobbs, New Mexico. Quick
Hobbs proved to be too much though, winning
by fifty-two points.
Visiting two tournaments the Eagles
represented themselves well. Throughout the
Snyder and Hobbs tournaments Tye Sasin and
Robert Haynes poured in buckets. But an
explosive thirty-eight points by forward Mike
Judie helped Abilene in the Hobbs Tournament
to defeat Carlsbad, New Mexico
The Eagles then lost a dissapointing decision
to Highland Park in Dallas, but came back to
enjoy a laughter over Copperas Cove,
Starting district on a high note, the Big Spring
Steers were defeated 68-62. Throughout the
close contest free throws proved to be the
deciding factor as ten straight in the fourth
quarter turned the game in favor of the
Taking advantage of a cold Eagle third
quarter, the Permian Panthers came to Abilene
and escaped with a 64-63 overtime victory.
Robert Haynes and Mike Judie produced
sixteen points apiece, but Permian's stall
offense kept the Eagles off guard through the
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Going into three overtimes, San Angelo
off the Eagles for the win. Missed free
in the waning moments contributed to the
as San Angelo won 67463.
Traveling to Midland High to meet the
heralded Bulldogs, the VVarbirds kept the game
close until the conclusion of third quarter.
Ballhandling errors and Midland's pressing
defense spelled disaster for AHS as a final
margin of 77-57 was tallied for the
Robert Haynes poured in twenty one
but the last two were the most important
Bulldogs. he scored with four seconds left to lead
An easy win followed as Odessa High was over Midland Lee 64-63.
defeated 76-53, John Chalk tossed in fifteen The Eagles were behind the entire game
came back in the fourth quarter. Trey V
contributed thirteen points.
points for the victors and Mike Hargesheimer
added strong play off the bench.
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John Hof, Robert Haynes, Andre Christian, Larry Dffvmls, John Knnmn, Gary Shake
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The varsrzy grrls haslcerball Iearh spehz the
rhajorrty of Iherr Irma worlcrhg our before rrrosf
of Ihe srudahzs Came to school Ohe arrd a
half hours were sperm early rh the rhorhrhg
practrcrrrg, Qblfflllg ready for the season. The
eleven grrl Iearh was coached by Miss Pam
"The wars! hrs! hall al Ihe season rs hehrhd
us The seadrvrl hall should he hezzer because
mast al our garrres are H7 YOVVI7, " sard Cdach
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drllerarrr garrw plan har fha secarrd hall or fha
"Were rrrrrrrry frr sfarl ruhhrhg Ihe press ll
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James Justice, Roger Wlofe, Homrnfe Hlx, Horns Mrllrken,
Shane Gravens, Shannon Danref, Kns Wrshard Back Row
Preceding a free throw, Shannon Dame! concentrates totally
on the basket.
Darrel Denman, Joe Hefrn, Eno Morris, Mlchaef Simmons,
Danny Salmon, Eddie Mackey, Les Hrnes, John Hof. Scott
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Relying mainly on the full court press, the
girls junior varsity basketball team vvon the first
hall of district. To vvin the second half was
Coach Pam Raughtons goal. Miss Raughton
had very positive feelings about outstanding
defensive player Lizzy Morris and on offense
Terry Prado, Beverly Shugart, Sharla Gilmore,
and Monica Sigala Terry Prado led the team
vvith eleven points in a 37-27 triumph over
lvlidlandtee and Lizzy Morris was the high scorer
in the 40-27 vvin against Cooper. ln three other
victories over Odessa Permian, Midland High,
and Odessa High, Prado vvas the leading scorer
with ten, thirteen, and ten points respectively,
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the scoreboard agaiiist Odessa High
JV Girls Baskethall 783
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'AAllof the baseballplayers workedreallyhard.
The workouts were good, " stated Mark Elam,
Coach of the yarslty baseball team.
The baseball team not only worked at therr
ph ysrcalskrlls, but worked on the mentalaspects
of the game They worked on not only playing
through the game but thrnklng through the game
Although rt was hrs flrst year at Abilene l-lrgh
School, Coach Elam could tell who hls most
promlsrng students were Mark Hudson, Mlke
Hargenshelmer, and Brian Oden were among
the few he named.
The thought of college crossed the minds
of many of the yarsfty baseball players. Senior
Mark Hudson was plannlng on gorng to Texas
Tech Unfyerslty after flnlshfng hlgh school, but
drdnft know whether he would play baseball
there or not. "Whether or not l play baseball
at Tech depends on how thrs year's season
goes," Mark stated
The baseball team spent long hours fn
preparatron for the season They practiced
during fourth period and agaln after school.
Two more workouts were scheduled every
Keeping Calm is what Raymond Brown spbcfaltfes rn
he leans shghtly to catch the ball
Steady hands and eyes make the high fly catch possrble
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and Shawn Allen
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Keeping his eyes on the ball, Ronny Rix aims his bat for
a whole lot of talent in the
this year. l'm really looking
the seasonff stated Coach Bill
junior varsity baseball coach. Coach
, picked fifteen to twenty sophomores
thejunior varsity baseball team, "There will
some exceptions as to letting some juniors
the team," stated coach Sudbury.
ll team obtains talented sophomores
The team members were required to do a
certain amount of exercise and training during
the Christmas holidays. Among their requir-
ements were running two miles a day and
doing ten fifty-yard sprints along with
numerous sit-ups and push-ups to keep in
JV Baseball- 787
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Mindy Albaugh exercise and e cnanre I
Vvrth flarr and finesse, lndlvidual Eagles
prepared and cornpezed in fnefr ovvn parzicdlar
sport Developrng sell-confidence and 3 deep
pride vvnile perzrcrpefing alone, students
involved rn racquetball, rennis, gvrnriesties and
einer sperzs learned I0 depend upon rnernselves
I0 reach rnerr desired goals.
Herd vvprk and Cfl?CflC8TlOl7 vvere irnporranf
feclors in rndividuelrerrc eclivrtles, AS
acnievernenls nipunfed, diese Eagles increased
pnysrcellv end rnenlellv. Selffcenfidenr and
nealrnv, Inese Werbrrds played an rnvpprranz
role in AHS victories.
Spare time allows Michelle Cebellerp a cnence Ie play
mpetition is the name of me game when Jeff Hagemarm
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The pommel horse is a rough pfece of eqmpmem to work
on bu! Lucio Sanchez docs ff vwrh a smffe
Advice from Coach Sam Sefdvl IS always helpfuf and Pafge
Pfwce lfsfens Carefufly ro her ffvszmcrfons
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Raw talent gives gymnastics team a
"All ol my Varsrty Gymnasts are good'
replred Coach Sam Serdel, oymnastrcs coach,
vvhen asked rf any recognrtron vvas to be grven
to any certarn members of the team before
The gymnasts vvorked out a mrnrmum of three
hours a day, lrve days a vveek. Some vvorked
out up to tvventy hours a vveek
The gymnastrcs team vvas really lookrng
lorvvard to the Bell lnvrtatronal Tournament rn
Dallas on February lourteenth They knevv that
rl they vvon rn that tournament, they vvould
probably vvrn rn state competrtron also
When asked rf he had any comments on the
team, Coach Serdel sard, "There vvas more ravv
talent on that team than l have had ln the frve
years that l have been here "
Gymnastrcs vvas benefrcral to the students.
One of those students vvas Mark Oates. He
began the sport vvhen he vvas rn the frfth grade.
The trampolrne rn hrs back yard helped qurte
Mark vvas offered over ten scholarshrps from
varrous colleges He preferred Southern lllrnors
Unrversrty over the rest. Southern lllrnors
Unrversrty offered Marka frfteen thousanddollar
lour year scholarshrp.
Workrng hard vvas vvhat the varsrty
gymnastrcs team drd to get ready for a charn
of tournaments and tryouts to come. l-lrgh
exoectatrons rose durrng the trme spent rn
trarnrng for the varrous events, They had yet
to see the outcome of therr efforts.
A combination of body movement and strength make Mark
Oates -rrrrotl on the parallel bars
GYMNASTICS. Boys Coach Sam Serdel, Mark
Lucro Sanchez, Byron Clover, Kevrn Curtrs, Rusty
Gage, Nate Green, Dee VVoodyard, Tony Sutton, Kerth
llrirdvvrcke, Robert Trench
Gymnastrcs' ff 797
The new movement needed to hit effective groundstrokes
is used by Alan Smith, he finds it helpful to hang his
192- Tennis, Gymnastics
On the rings, Robert French performs a routine during the
Grasping for the lower bar, Jeanette Fuller performs on
the uneven bars.
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Sanchez and Keith Hardwick perlorm a basic stretching
Concentrating on his routine, Mark Oates performs a
spectacular routine on the parallel bars. r
Attacking every ball that comes his way. Shannon Bailey
pounds out his fruslrations.
Tennis, Gymnasticsf- 193
Byoualrfyrng fora state tournamentatCollege
Statron, the tennrs team started the year off
rrght. They went to the ASM campus and were
elrmrnated rn the frrst two rounds. The Eagles
were defeated by Clear Lake wrth a score of
70-2. Adam Drxon and Jeff Brown won doubles,
and Karen Hawthorne won her srngles match.
They also suffered a second round defeat when
Wrchrta Falls Brder overcame them. Kenny Smrth
and Shannon Barley won therr srngles matches
and Adam prawn, Krrk Brown, Jeff Brown and
Kenny Smrth were all yrctorrous rn doubles.
The Eagle netters had hrgh hopes for drstrrct
Thrs was the frrst year for the boys and grrls
to play as separate teams Coach Jerry Trcer
lrked thrs yery much, The boys team was leo'
by Alan Smrth, one of the top players rn the
state. Other senrors, Jeff Brown, Kenny Smrth,
Jay Fry, Brll Parker and Jrmmy Pogue used therr
experrence to strengthen the team enormously,
Junrors Shannon Barley and Krrk Brown along
wrth sophomores, Adam Drxon, Karl Wall, David
Gordon, Stephan Boussel and Scott Bradshaw
were also a very rmportant part of the
The grrls team was much rmproyed. They
had four lettermen returnrng, all junrors. They
were Karen Hawthorne, Karen Hollowell, Karen
Bedwrne and Brenda Gonzales. There were
also several sophomores who added tremen-
dous depth to the team. Among them were
Krm Grdley, Benee Cayrtt, Traoy Frelds and Lrsa
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Anxiously awaiting a serve, Karen Hawthorne keeps a stern Racquet back and ready to go, Adam Drxon concentratr
lace and her racquet ready on nothrng but thrs next two-handed hackhand
ABILENE HIGH TENNIS TEAM. Coach Jerry Trcer, Lrsa Srnrth, Shannon Barley, Adam Drron, Brll Parker, Krrk
Gonzales, Krm Grdley, Brenda Gonzales, Karen Redwrne, Brown, Jay Try, Jeff Brown, Kenny Smrth, Stephen
Karen llollowell, Benoe Cayrtt, Karen Hawthorne, Alan Boussel, Karl Wall, and Davrd Gordon
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Over hrll, oyer dale, they rah thelr oyyh Iralls
'wo dedfoated hoys wfth a SIl'17l7Q set ol fllllflxi
-hduretl the task ol Cross eouhtry l'UllllClS
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he trrhe as they placed lll the top thfrd Ill eyery
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Alter trayelrhg to Sah Angelo, Odessa, ahd
'ooper, Gflmore clocked lll at erghteeh ahd
'JUFISTYUVS Secohds for dfetrfot Close hehrhd
ras hrs teammate wrth hfhetoeh l7lll7UfE5 and
fyehtyftvyo Seconds, These guys were hot the
fed and ready fgf fm- g,fymv,K-rg, Qrmrggz' Slmhrwl: lwatlg:
rr the Lum as lst- lmrslrmr hm: lof1.gJr15J tlswfirgyrlrrwrri
posite. Rusty Mangurn and Tommy Grlrhore work out lll
eparatloh lor the COl77ll7Q rhf,'t1t5
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oh the rtlmllehoos ft'ic,'t'cf hy Ilufll cially ruh Tlrho
rilmrrggos, yyoallver, and 500 or 6500 lll7fjS ol
alarrh lTlUtflx'f-' awalwluwtl oywh the lflllSIf?lf9 as
the lafthlul lem' tool Io their cflrrfult eacrll
One mrle arouhd cfty blocks proved to he
the most popular drstahoe for casual TUl7f76TS
The true blue prolessronals proclaimed that
alter one mrle, the hext three or four were a
soap Mehta! CUUUIIIOTHTIQ played a major
lll that theory Alter all, JOl7l7 Locke Illdb6'll61y'6
that a souhfl lllllld ln a souhrl hody ASSOCTHTKQ
ljrfhfvpal lVlrs Martha Brooks revealed her
purpose lor jogging lour lhlles a day "ll l77EilfE?S
me feel better, " yn f't1 is her posltrye reply Mrs
Brooke and hor hushahdfog Hl'OUlld Lytle Lake
or K1 loothall Sllidllllll at least Six days a vyeelc
The ruh taker: about thrrty-lfye l7lll7LlIGS yvhloh
averages out for an efght or hrhe rhlhute
Wfllre Nelsoh made the heyys oh a dfflerertt
llcllff, that ol lJHllltl7 ah ayrd logger VVlth the
support ul auch VV6?ll'lCl7OyVl7 people ahyohe was
frhallehgecl to the temptatfoh ol tryfhg to fog,
regardless ol the reason. So ft was, physlcally
lf! people VVt7l7f "Oh the RO5dAQ3ll7HfVlEI foot
The devoted cross country l1ll7lH'lS .fre l?u::tylVlahg1uhz tml
Cfrosgs fruuhtry, jOjYt1ll7gf797
Pumping vveights and running, the four
Weightlifting classes worked hard to develop
themselves physically. Lifting and striving to
improve their strength, the young men under
the guidance of Coach George Forkervvay grew
stronger and better coordinated.
Competing with Coopers vveightlifting
classes vvas a high point for hand selected
members of Abilene High 's Weightlifting team.
Thirty of our strongest vveightlilters competed
ten each in three divisions: lightvveight io-159
poundsl, middlevveight H60-7897, and heavy-
Working hard lor the confrontation with
Cooper in March, AHS classes concentrated
on many vveight stations. They developed their
chests and arms on the curls, military and bench
press, Stronger legs vvere developed on the leg
Throughout the year work paid off as the
vveightlifting classes increased their
Lifting weights vvas a major factor in sports
competition Moving heavy objects such as
weights improved speed, strength and
With these physical attributes to gain, lifting
weights has becomepopularandnecessary over
the years in sports competition, The bigger,
stronger and faster a team was, then the more
advantages it had over its opponents.
So, the lifting and pumping of vveights vvas
novv widely used. With this useful addition, the
percentage ol vvinning increased.
Pumping the military press, James Claxton builds .strength
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Chin-ups develop stomach muscles lor Richard Leiha
Fifteen people composed the mens golf team.
All members practiced about four hours a day
before daylight savings time and two and a
half hours a day after daylight savings time
Mr Bill Walker, coach of the golf team, had
high hopes for some of his students. "Busty
Bridges is our number one player, He should
be a contender for district medalist."
Jake Lomas, Brad Manning, and Jay Bourland
were other top players on the team. These and
the other eleven players began their season
on February twelfth and thirteenth in Odessa.
Angered by his last stroke, Busty Bridges carries his Chipping the ball over the sand trap is Brad Manning a
clubs to the next hole, Maxwell Municipal Golf Course
THE GOLF TEAM. Bottom Bow' Steve Fowler, Raymond Walker, Richard Martinez, Perlecto Cornacno, Dewain
Beal, James Wolfe, Jay Bourland Top Bow Coach Bill Trayler, Brad Manning, Jake Lomas, Busty Bridges
Skill and strategy assists Jay Bourland in prbparirig for thi
Bail on tee and dub in hands, Husiy Bridges is ready IO Making their way to Irie Hex? green, DeVVam Treyler arid
Swing Jay Bourlerid discuss their scores
Preparing himself for this puff, DeVVem Trayler sludies the
The putt is a subslantlel par! of Jake Lomas' game
To clear the hurdle, Phyffm VVINW works am hm form
Practicing shot put is one mf Belly Robmsons roles cm
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Building experience and talent, the girls track
team Worked long hours in preparation for
dis trict, Under the direction of new head coach,
Mrs. Jamie Brophy, the track program flourished
Visiting the Possum Kingdom Relays, Lubbock
Relays, and Big Spring Relays, confidence was
built as individual and team goals were met,
Susan Ogle and Dana Small vied for district
titles in the high jump while Amber Yacano
anchored the tearn's long distance runs.
"Winning the district meet in San Angelo
and building the track program back up will
be our main goals this season," proclaimed
Coach Brophy, With hard workouts and
dedica tedparticipants, the Eagles eyeda district
championship as they began their season,
nning long distances, Moxie Robinson, Jocelyn lVlcKann,
yllis Wiley, Amber Yacano, Angie Lattimore, and Kim
niinond work on experience
in to tough
Speed and dfstance anchored rhe boys track
team as new coach, Mr. John McCabe rook
over Wfth speedsrers Leo Parnsh, Tony Munoz,
and Mark Snwth on the team, a dfsrncr mfe
Coach Ed Hfokrnan advfsed Ihe weigh! men
and sophomores Posse!! Mangurn and Eno
Morris anchored the young dfslanoe team
Tonvrny Gffnmre and Ernesf Gahran added depth
Siretchmg ss Important
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Munoz, Melvfn Sanchez, and Roger Box
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for excellence, Gerald Benner! works on his form
Before workout, Jesse Gutierrez and Ernest GUllI6I7 szrerch
Boys Track 205
Most of the varsity swimming team members
looked forward to a very successful season,
A lot of them had won numerous awards in
previous years Toby Bane had won the two
hundred yard individual medley at the district
swimming meet the year before Judy and Katy
Klump had also won various events the year
before Robert Trasp, a diver on the team, was
expected to honor Abilene High School by
bringing in a few awards himself
"The guys are supposed to do really well
this year, " said Miss Beverly Ball, coach of the
swimming team "The team as a whole should
do exceptionally well in the Midwestern
lnvitational Tournament, but individual wise
theyre supposed to do really well in
Junior Carlos Martinez was one of the varsity
team members He spent a lot ofhis time getting
ready for the swimming meets, 4'Sometimes
l like swimming, but other times when the
workouts seem longer it gets a little bit harder
to say things like that, " stated Carlos. "l swim
Proper foot placement is an essential element to Robert
Trasps successful swan dive
Swimmers find an awarding seasor
as they compete in meets
mostly for the team, The whole team effort
is what really counts "
Miss Ball expected one hundred percent, the
positively best effort out of everyone on the
team From six to seven fifteen in the morning
and from two fifty to four thtrtyin the afternoon,
the swimming team worked on things from
running, to weightlifting, to swimming. The team
effort was shown at all times,
Miss Ball expected one hundred percent, th
positively best effort out of everyone on th
teamf From six to seven fifteen in the mornin
and from two fifty to four thirty in I
afternoon, the swimming team worked
things from running, to weightlifting,
swimming, The team effort was shown at a
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utrtttwl ttf Rttlttfit lmsp tts hy attempts the swan
VARSITY SWIMMING. Hun! Rww Ted Schmfdr, Toby Barre,
Ju!wK!ump, Mflfrlv Boggs, Kz1!yKlump, She2rfyFFhmeS, Chrfsfy
Burgyfv Back Rnw Juhfr WAN, Mfke Waldrvvafv, Ruben Tfasp,
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buy NO thank you Those were all reactions grven
to F!ash!rghr'staffers as Ihey med to Self ads for
fha? yearhnnk, lr gave Students 5 chance ro see the
real-Jffe world of buying and Selling, and the use
nf afivwrrsrrvg as an exploriarron of venous
lflffrh fha mark ups rhn rifwarfirvlitn safes, Ihe Close
nu! SM-25, fha shnpprng centers, SUQt3!TTldfkHIS,
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.as E.9g7f'es worked rw earn fha ever decreasing value
of zhw dnfmr, mpnrwes from school and Souza! acrfwrres
are up fha .szudvns 'paycheck Wfzh 3 parr uf Wrangler
jeans Cwsrrng S 741 95, fha average? Srudenr had I0
wurk four and mfofthfrds hours
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Breaking the usually dull atnwsphere of shopprng, Rene Decker
refrves fund rnernnnes of younger years
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TA-TE, Front How' Cindy Siltman, Susanne Thompson,
Michelle Pacheco, Stephanie Train, Beth Harper, Kathy
Petty, Karla Parker, Middle Row: Charlotte Jupin, Kelly
Smithwick, Gina Hunt, Cynthia Davis. Krista Kornish,
Back Row: Dana Beitscher, Rhene Middleton, Donna
Rich, Tammy Jernigan, Kathleen Cosby, Lora Caldwell,
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TAMA-WAI. Front How: Sheri Pesch, Karen Weinkauf, Liz Curtis, Lisa Wheeler, Dana Speegle, Christy Siltman Cyi
Marquez, Andera Ruebush, Rene Decker, Beverly Edwards, Rodriquez.
Janel Ortiz. Middle How: Gaylene Wade, Cindy Scales, Carra
Davis. Back Row: Tina Densman, Patsy McMurry, Gina
Nichols, Kathy Burton, Teresa Sutton, Dusty Caviness, Kellie
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SIWAMASIS. Front How: Angela Ammons, Beverly Carter, Alessa Haren, Barton
Bach, Melissa McKinnon, Susan Hall, Karen Burchette Middle Row' Karen
Chalcraft, Nancy Wilson, Connie Bandy, Pam Horne, Jackie Martinez, Susanne
Luttrell, Karen Jenkins, Lori Green, Denise Wood. Back Flow. Stacy Brecheen,
Cheri Gooch, Susanne Hickey, Paige Pierce. Jackie Flores, Henea Martin,
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FHA OFFICERS: Front Row' Connle Sllva. Back How' Linda
Johnson, LeAnn Gibson, LlzzyMorn's, DebbleDan1els, Sonya
Hill, Lana Lindsey.
HOMEMAKING. Front How: Debole Daniels, LeAnn Glbson,
Lana Llndsey, Connle Sllva, Linda Johnson, Llzzy Morris,
Sonya Hall Second Flow' Shan Stelle, Denise Oglesby,
Deanna Garcia, Chns Valdez, Teresa Spencer, Margaret
Eslrada, Nancy Jones, Tarnrny Poe, Larry Allen Thlrd Rowe
Mallnd Hoppe, Dee Denena, April Davls, Becky Komatz,
Cathy Lackey, Bobble Bennett, Sandra l-larnbleton, Brenda
Munson Fourth Row Frances Escobar, Mlnnle Slgala, Steve
l-lanbnght, Loella Cornlng, Cheryl Turner Back Flow: James
Claxton, Chene Marler, Diane Ortega, Faynette Pritchett,
Dana Rhoads, Mlssy Stlce, Rlta Glover.
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Senior HECE. Front Row: Mrnnre Sfagula, Frances Escobar,
LeAnne Gibson, Larry Allen. Back Row Steve Hambrlck,
Senior HECE. Front Row Billie Williams, Teresa Spencer,
Mtcldle Row. Bobble Bennett, Loella Cornlng, Tammy Poe,
NanoyJones Back Row Duane Parker, CherleMarler, Sandra
l-larnbleton, Golda l-lowell, Pam Meador, Dana Rhodes
Junior HECE: Front Row Robyn Ferguson, Tarnrny Patrlok
Back Flow Janle Fflster, Loulse Maxwell, Edna Espinoza
SENIOR OEA OFFICERS. Sherri Hlnes, Sharon Wilson,
Rosle Sanchez, Trna Cottrell
SENIOR OEA. Front How Donna Cooley, Mrcnelle Clark,
Tfna Cotrrall, Snerrr l-lrnas Middle Row Gaylynne Clark,
Karen Russell, Rosle Sanchez, Melrssa Berry, Melrnda
Hicks Back Row Judy Krrnbrougn, D'Lynn Dendy, Pam
Hobson, Sharon Wrlson, Donna Wrnters, Alice Edwards
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Tracy Rosser, Debra Taylor, Tract Batets, Snerry Stout,
Stacy Srnltn Back Flow Seyerlta Palaclores, Tammy
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Day1dBlaCk, Darren Albus, Boy Wade, Greg MclVutt, Wayne
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Abbott, Miss Joyce ...... ............
Abbott, Roger ........,. ....... 7 77,
Abel, Billy ..........,...,., ,..,....,.,.
Abels, Mrs. Cathy .,.... ...............
Abernathy, Mr. Lee ........,......... 35, 47
Bookkeeping Company ..........
Abilene Clearing House ,,.,,....,..,....,..,.
Abilene Christian University .....,....,....
Abilene New Car Dealers ,..,.,... .,....
Abilene School House ...,..,...., ......
Acosta, Luis ..................,.... ..........,
Ronnie .............. ......, 2 77,
Adams, Kathy ,..,.,, .,....,..
Addy, David .....,. ,...,....,..,.,
Addy's Shell .,.,.., ,..,..,. . . ..,..... ..
Aguirre, Elsa ,....,.., ......... 4 5, 72,
Aguirre, Richard ....... ,.,,., ,,.,.,,.,,
Alba, Matilda ,....,.. ,.,..,...
Albarad, Andy ,.,.,., .. ..,...., 72,
Albarado, Dina ,.,..,. . . .
Albaugh, Mindy .. ..,. .. 72, 28, 39,
43, 777, 753, 762, 764, 789,
Albus, Darren ..,...,,.,,.,..,.,,..,,.,.,..,. 772,
Melinda. .. ..,. .. 74,
Aldersgate United Methodist ...,.,.......
Alen, Kenneth... ..,.. ..... . . ..
Allbright, Sondra .......,,.,,,.,
Allen, Billy .,4.,.,,.,
Allen, David ....,....,..,.......
Allen, Donna ....,...,.,,..,.,..,..
Joe Allen 's Pit Bar-B-Oue ,,.,.,,.,..,.,..,.
Allen, Larry .,..,....,..,....,..,.,..
Allen, Shawn .,....,...............
Alton's Sewing Machine..
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Ammons, Angela .,..,.,.
Anderson, N1kk1 ...,,.,....,..,..
Anderson, Mrs. Nipka ..,....
Andrew, Adam .,............
Andrews, Gary ,....,
Andrews, Nancy ......
Appleby, Larry ,,,,.,,...
Aduirre, Richard .,,,,.,....,,
Arellano, Debbie ............
Argabright, Matthew ....,,.,,
Arispe, Linda ..,.,.,,.,,.,.....
Arredono, Maria .......
Ashford, Aaron ,.,.,.., ..,... 7 2,
Ashton, Caray ....... .........
Ausborn, Bobby ....... .,,,.,.,..,.
Avilla, John .....,....,,....,,,.,,,.,..,....,. 727,
Baack, Barton ,..,..,..,,,..,.,..,............ 72,
Baber, Scott ,.,.,.. ..,.,..,..,., .........
Bach, Barton .,,.,,.,. ...,..,....,...
Bagley, Tammy ,....,,. ..................
Bailey, Bruce ,........ ....... 2 8, 267,
Bailey, Earl .,.,..,., ,.,,,..,.... 2 9,
Bailey, Jeff .,......, ..............,
Bailey, Karen .,..,. .....,, 2 60,
Bailey, Shanon ...,., .,,... 7 3,
Baker, Trey ,........ .....,,.,
Balding, Nelda ,,,,.,. ,..,..
Baldwin, Rhonda ....... .,,.,.
Ball, Karen .,..,......,,. .,.. .
Bandy, Connie .,..,., .,,.,. 7 2, 73, 276, 277
Bane, Toby ............ ..........,.. . . ........... 73
Banister, Dianne ..,... ....... 2 60
Barber, Luncinda ....., ....... 7 27
Barlow, Walter .,.,..... ...... 7 3
Barnes, Diana ....... ,,.. . 73
Barnhill, Carolyn .. . .73
Barquero, David.. ......73
Barrea, Rachel... . .. 778
Barry, Mr Johns .. .46
Barstad, Mike ,.,..... .. ...... 772
Bassett, Nellie ...... ...... 7 3, 260
Bassey, Sheila ...... ..,......,.....,.......... 7 78
Bare, Traci ..,....,. ................................ 2 23
Batts, Traci ........ ....... 7 3, 767 277, 223
Baxter, Ronnie .......... .... 4 2, 73, 727, 270
Beal, Jo ....,.. ...,,. ....,.,....,.,..,.. 7 3 , 732
Beall, Holly .,,.,.,,.... ........ . . .. ...... .. .4
Bean, Chequetta ,,.,.. ..,...,. 7 76, 724, 732
Bean, Laura ..,.,.,,... ...... ................ . 7 3
Beasly, Sheila.. .... .. .... ..73
Beasely, Barbara... .. .46
Beblowski, Tony ..,. . 763
Beebe, James... . .. 267
Beitscher, Dana... .... .. 4, 756, 272
Bell, Greg ........... .. .. ..... .. ..73
Bell. Roman .,...... . .73, 763
Bell, Victor ............ .. . .... ..73
Benavides, John .... .. ...73
Benavidez, Jesse . ..... .. 756
Bennett, Bobbie.. . .. .... ...220, 227
Bennett, Gerald .,.. .. . . ........ 204, 205
Bennett, Jan ....... .... ........ . 7 32, 275, 250
Bennett, Miss Myra... . ,..... .. .. ...46, 777
Bentsen, Lloyd.. .... . . .... ......... . ......34
Bergman, Chris .... . ..,. . 777, 756, 757
Bergman, Laura ....... .. . .... ........ . 277
Bergman, Lewis ..... . .. .... 756
Bernal, Charles.. ..... ...... 7 3
Bernal, Cheetah ....... ..... . ..99
Berry, Melissa .... .. .. 222
Berry, Richard. .... .. .73
Berry, Tony.. .... ... .. .. .. 732
Bevills, Leticia ....... . . 2.73, 732, 277
Brlbrey, Bill ......... .......... . .. ..30
Bilbrey, Bobby ...... .. .. .......... ..73
Bilbrey, John... . .... ....... . . ..30
Bird, Mrs. Judy .... .. .46, 223
Bishop, Tracy ........ .. ..28, 762, 764,
272, 273, 247
Bitsy's Flowers ........ ....................... 2 32
Black, David... .................... 777, 737, 267
Blackford, Mr. Robert .... ..... . . ...... .46
Blahak, Kae ................. .... . 73
Bland, Todd ........ ........ . 73
Bland, Tommy ........... . ................ 73
Blank, Lisa ...................... ........... 28, 73
Blankenship, Gecrgan ........................ H279
Blankenship, Susan ............ 739, 744, 260
Blondeau, Elisse ......... .............. 7 24, 732
Bmacke, Perfeck ......... ................ 7 4
Boggs, Cathy ........... ..... . .727, 732
Boggs, Mitch ........ ............. 7 3
Boland, Jeff ....... ........ 2 67
Bold Gold .............. ........ 7 64
Bonanza .................... ...... . 240
BoPowers, Kathy ........ ......, 8 7
Borden's Milk ............. ......... . . ..... 237
Borden 's Repair Service ........... ....... 2 36
Borick, Debbie ...................... .............. 7 90
Boring, Todd ......... ...... 3 , 36, 73, 762,
763, 239, 272
Borrego, Victor ........ ...................... 7 3
Borsick, Debbie ........ ........ 7 90, 257
Boswell, Randy. ......... ...... ....... 7 7 2
Boswell, Raymond .........
Bourland, Ja y ..............
Bourland, Jim ...........
Bo wen, Bonnie .........
Bowie, Vala vie ......
Bowles, Jeanett ....... ............. 7 3, 727
Bowman, Kevin ........ .. ..... 28, 73, 257
Bowman, Ruby ......... ...................... 7 3
Bowman, Willie ......., ................... 7 3
Box, Roger ..... ............ ........ 2 04 , 205
Boyd, Miss Cindy ....... . ...... ....... 5 0
Brabbin, Greg ........ .............. 2 67
Bradberry, Tina ........ ....... 7 3, 2 70
Bradshaw, Scott... ..... ........ 7 76, 732
Bratton, Tad .... .... . ........ .... . ..73
Bratton, Mrs. Linda ....... ...... ..... 5 0
Brebo, Tan ...... ......... . . ................... ...... 7 3
Brecheen, Stacy ...................... 72, 76, 77,
33, 46, 47, 772, 276, 277
Bridges, Mrs Jeanne .... ................. ...... 5 0
Brooks, Jerry ............. .... .... 5 9 , 770, 777,
776, 777, 209
Brooks, Mrs. Martha ................. .... . .5, 50
Brassette, Lawrence ........ ...... ........... 7 3
Brophy, Mrs. Jeanne ..................... 50, 202
Brotherton, Mary Ruth ........ .28, 73, 732
Brown, Herman. ........ .... ..... 7 3 , 772, 773
Brown, Jeff. .... . .... ..... . 794
Brown, Joe.. ......... ..... 7 4, 43
Brown, Kathryn . ..... ..... 7 3
Brown, Kirk .... .. .. .. ...73, 794
Brown, Nancy. .. .. .. .. .. ..73
Brown, Raymond... . . 784, 786
Brown, Ricky . . ..... .. .. .. .. ......73, 763
Broyles Carpet Company... .... . . 257
Brubaker, Scott .... .... . . .. . 750
Mrs Leona .... ..
Nancy . .
Buchanan, Christie ........
Buchner, Alvin .. .. ..
Bull, John ........... ..
Christy ...... .
Burton, Kathy. .. ..
Burton, John. . ..
Cabe, Cathy., .... . .. ..
Cabettero, Michelle. ..... ..
Caldwell Music Company
Caldwell, Lora. ........ .. .. .
Caldwell, Mrs. Janell . .... .
California ...,. .... ..,........ . .
Camacho, Ricky. .... .
Cambell, Mike .........
Campbell, Regina .........
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Caviness, Dusty ...... ........ 2 74, 275
Cavitt, Renne .......... ............. 7 94
Cebb, James ..............,......................,..... 88
Chaldcraft, Mrs. Susanna ...................... 50
Chalcraft, Karen ................ 78, 79, 30, 74,
Chalk, John .......... ....... 7 7, 74, 776, 777
Chapman, Rick ........ ......................... 7 4
Charnick, Brenda ........ ..... 7 76, 777, 727
Chatman, Melanie ....... ................. 2 79
Chavana, Peggy.. .... ........ 2 78
Chavez, Becky ,..... ........ 7 27
Cheasta, Ronnie ....... ........ 7 32
Cheerleaders ......... .
Chevrie, Nichole .......
Chick, L ori ............
Childs Play ........ ..
Chittum, Greg ..........
Chittum, Michael ........
Christman, Simone... .... .... ....... . .
Church, Blair ............. . . .... 74,
Cisneros, Lee. .
Clark, Gaylynne. .. ..
Clark, Michelle. ......... .
Claspoll, Richard ....
Claybrook, Timmy. .. ., . ..
Clayton, Barbara .... . .... .. .... ..
Clazton, James ..... ..... .....
Clendennen, Darryl.. .... .. .
Dexter. .. .
Clevenger, Josh.. . ..
Clevenger, Stephen .
Cleveland, John .... ..
Clinton, Darrin ......
Byron. . .
Clues, Mrs Marilyn .... . .
Coates, Neal. . ...... ..
Coca-Cola. .. . . .
Coffey, David. . .. . .. .767, 762,
Carry .. . .....
Miss Linda ....
Wendy .... ..
Campbell, Susie ...... ..... . 727, 732
Camlie, Vincent... .... ......... . .74
Campos, Eddie ...... .......... 7 27
Cannon, Cynthia ...... ...... 7 4, 727
Cannon, Greg .... ......... .267
Cantu, Elvia ........ ...... 7 4, 755
Caparella ....... .. ................. .27 7
Carlin, Butch ...... ...... 7 4, 772, 267
Carlisle, Kim ,...... .................. 7 4
Carlos, Johnny. ..... ......... 7 3
Carnell, Marilyn ,....... . ..... 732
Carrilo, Victor .......... .. ...727
Carrion, Shirley ........... .... .... 7 4
Carroll, Mrs Angela ....... ......... .... ..... 5 0
Carroll, David. ............. .. ............ 43, 756
Carter, Beverly ........ ..... . 790, 276, 277
Carter, Mr. Jimmy.. ..... .. 2.34, 35
Casey, Scott .... ..... . ... 74
Castanon, Roland.. ..... .......... 2 67
Castillo, Chico .. ............ 772
Castillo, Roy ..... . ...... 772, 788
Cate, Ronnie.. . ...... .....74
C onners, Pann y ........
Conners, Robbie ...... ..
Conners, Yvonne ........ ..
Constable, Angie ........
Contreas, lsrael... ..... ..
Cooley, Mrs. Vicki ............. ........
Cook, Dara ............... .... . .. 724,
Cooley, Donna ......
Copeland, Bruce ......
Copeland, Jan ....... ..
Coppedge, Gerald .......
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Cosby, Kathleen.. .,.,., .. 272 Dan's Jewelers ..,.... .,.,.., . ...240
Cosmetology ,.,,., . .. .. . .,.. ..260 Darnell. Marilyn ....,. ..,.,,. . 43, 732
Cottrell, Tina . ,.., ,.,.,. . 277 222 Davidson, Clessa .,.,,., ..,.,..,,. .. 775
Couch, Mrs. Cecil. . .. 50 Davila, Liva... .. .... .,,.,..,.. . .74, 88
Couch, Shannon .,.,.,.. .. .. .. ..267 Davis, April.. ....74, 727, 220
Coward, Kelly .. 74 Davis, Carra .,..,,,., .. ,,,. 274, 275
Cowart, Richard . . . . . . 74 Davis, Cynthia ...v.,.l, V.v,, . 83, 272
Cozy, Kathy ,.,.,. ... ,,,, . ,..,.,. . . . .790 Davis, David .,......,... .. 88
Craig, Susan.. .. .43, 777, 724, 732, 733 Davis, Dwayne ......,. ,.,, . .734
Crain, Jack ...... . . .... .. .. . .. .. .. ...84 Davis, Eddie......... 763, 770
Cranfield, Ellen. .... ,.,. . . . ..,, . .. 74, 273 Davis, Kara ..,,,,..,.,... .,,. . .. .88
Crawford, Sam... . .. . ..... . ..88, 772 Davis, Mrs. Kay ..,...... .......... . . . .. 57
Cresent Heights Baptist Church .. 232 Davis, Michael .........,............ ...,...... ...... 7 4
Crisman, Kern.. ..... .. ..... ...... . .. ..... 74 Davis, Mike .......... .... . .36, 88, 762, 763
Crisp, Joe... .. . .. ..74 Davis, Pam ..,..,........,............ . 709, 758
Criswell, Miss Paula ..... .. ...... 46 Davis, Rhonda ..,.,., ...... 4 3, 708, 732, 753
Cronk, Becky... .. .......... .. ...... .88 Dawkins, Lori '.....,. ,......., . ....74, 727, 260
Crossroads Shopping Center... .. .. .. 247 Dawkins, Mike ........ .............,... . 738
Crosthwaite, Latricia... . ...43, 732 Dawkins, Pam ......... ..,.... . 74, 776, 727
Crouch, Mrs. Peggy .,... ..... . .46 Dawson, Martin ......... ........... 7 4, 727
Cruse, Darcus... .......... .. ...88 Day, Greg .........,...... .... . ..88
Curtis, Mel. . ..... . 270 Day, Mrs. Sue .....,.. .......53
Curtis, Michelle.. ..... .... . .88 Dean, Anna ........,.......... .... 88
Crystal's Pizza Parlor... . .. 247 DeAnda, Joe .............. .... ........ 4 3 , 727
Currie, Mike . .. .. ..... . . . . .. .74 Deatherage, Rhalynda .. .... 74, 727,
Curtis, Celeste . .... . .. 724, 727, 258 277, 258
Curtis, Kellie. 88, 727, 274 Deatherage, Tracy ..... .. .... .43, 777
Curtis, Kevin .... . .. 74, 797 Deaver, Eric .. .......... . . .. . .88
Cut 81 Curl Salon . . 247 De8ade, Kathy ...... .. .. .. 88
Crymes, Mrs Mary . . . . 57, 257 De8erry, Brendy. .. .. .. 279
Decker, Mr. Bill .... . .. . . .. . 46, 57
Decker, Rene' ..... . .. 78, 30, 770,
777, 776, 777, 208, 274
Deherrera, DeAnna... .. . . . 74
De La Cruz, Donald ....... . .88
De La Garza, Danny.... . .88
D8iW Furniture. ... ... .. .
Decon, Fabian... ....... 88
Dalwmple' Mefod' """ " " V790 Del Rio, Leticia ..,....... ........... . .88
Daniels' Stephen """' ""'i' 5 9 Dempsey, Gordon ......... ............... . .88
Daft'-elf Defma-My -- '--' 74 Denny, otynn ........... . ....., .21i, 222
Daniel, Eisieo .. ......,........ .727 Denera, Dee vullululuuuu uvvqvllvu A H220
Daniel, Norma.. .. .. .. ......,........ ...74 Dawson! Sandy vuuu V4vVA..A...v.V 740
Daniels' Debbie- 750' 220' 227 Denman, Darrel ,...... .....,..,. ..... . . ..88, 772
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Da"'Vel5' El' ----s-- V- ---v--' 88 Dennis, Jennie .,.,.,...............,.............. ....88
Daniels, Shannon ..,.,., ..... . H88 Densmanl Tina 'V.v4,A..A..A 88, 727, 214' 275
Damefs' Stefan -'----- V- - 777 Denson, Jeff ........ ...... ..... ..... .... . . . .88
Daniels, Teresa ....... .... . .88 Demckr Mark uluuuul I llvllg 74
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Deveroux, Sonya ........ ....... 2 60
Diaz, Ruby. .. ....,.. .,....., . 88
Dickenson, Tim .....,.. .,.... 7 4
Dicks, Robert .... .. .....,... 88
Dicks, Sid... .. .... ....... .........,........ . . ..88
Diener, Judy ...... ................................. 2 60
Diggs, Kevin ..... .... 7 84, 786, 794, 795
Dixon, Adam.. .. ..........................,..... .88
Dixon, Janice .... ..
Dobbins, Margie. ..... ..
Dobson, Shawn ........ ,..... 7 4, 270
Dodd, Carl. ............ ....... 7 86
Dodson, Evan ......... ............ 8 8
Dominguez, Jo. ..... ........ 3 3, 88
Doodle, Barbara ........ ........ 7 4
Dooley, Mrs. Jo ....... ..,..... 5 7
Doosey, Sandra ........... ........ 8 8
Dormin. Miss Percy ....... ........ 4 6
Dorsey, Julie ....... ........ ............... 8 8
Dortch, Mr. Philip ....... ........ 4 6, 57
Doughty, Micheal ........ ........ . .74
Dourty, Larissa .................. .. ...... 732
Dowdy, Larisa. .. .. .................. ........ . ..74
DR. PEPPER-PEPSl COLA .... ............ 2 39
Drake, Steve ..................... ......... . 88, 786
Drake, Tama .... . .... . ........ H88
Dudley, Barbara . .... .. 277
Dulude, Susan ....43
Dulaney, Viola . .. . ..89, 729
Dumiagan, Emily . ......74
Duport, Patty.. . ..... 260
Duran, John . ..... 763
Dyc, Dallas. . ..89
Dyer, Edward. .. . ..... .. 74
Eagle Key Club ......... .......... 2 59
Earp, Charlie ......... ...... 7 5, 724
Eck, Dennis.. .... ....... 7 37
Eddy, Windle ...... ...,............., 8 8
Edwards, Alice ...................................... 222
Edwards. Beverly ................... 43, 98, 777,
728, 729, 732, 274
Edwards, Tracy . ....................... 790, 259
Elam, Brian .. .. ................... ..74, 267
Elam, Mark ..... .......... 7 63
Eldridge, Jan .. . ...........,.. .74
Elgin, John. . .... ...... . 88, 772
Elkins, Cindy. ............. 270
Ellie, Scott . ............. 75
Elliott, Kyle . .75, 777
Ellis, Fred .. . . ....... .. 786
Ellis, Fred .. .... .. ........ .... . .88
Ellis, Kenneth. .. .. .... ........ 3 8, 60
Ellis, Pam. . .. .... ...... . ..
Ellision, Mr. Russel ....... ........... 4 6, 57
Ellison, Tracey. . ..... ........................ 8 8
England, Austin.. .... ........ 7 2, 75, 763
English, Darlene ........ ..................... 8 9
English, Mary ......... ......... 6 0, 260
Escalona, Leticia ....... ......,....,... 8 9
Escobar. Connie ........
Esparza, lsqac ........
Espinoza, Lora .......
Espinoza, Edna ...... ..........
Escobar. Frances ...... .......
Espoza, Letty ......... .............
E spoze, Carrie .......... .
E skada, Margaret ......... .............
Estes, Greg. ..
Etter, Eric... .... .. ..
Etter, Kerry ..
Etter, Cary. .... .
Eubank, Dee ........ . .... 75,
Evans, Debbie.. .. .
Evans, Kirt.. .... ..
Evans, Kyle.. ..... ..
Ezell, Laurie .........
Ezman, Mr. Ron ..........,..,.. ...,,.... 5 2
Facier, Jeannie ................... .......... 2 60
Faircloth, Mrs. Susan ..................... 46, 57
Fanous Brothers Jewelers .................. 226
Farm 81 Ranch Western Wear ........... 238
Farmer, Scott ..............................,.. 75, 708
Fashion Lane ................. ....... 2 37
Faught, Torie ........ ....... 7 27
Faulk, Torrie .......... ................ 7 83
Faulkner, Connie ......... ................. 7 5, 75
Feemster, Randal ........ .,...... 2 9, 60, 740
Fennar, Pat ........... ......... 6 0, 26 7
Fergusm, Pat ........... .......... 7 27
Ferguson, Robyn ......... .. ...... 75, 227
Fernanzdez, Sluiyia ......... ..........., 6 0
Fernandez, Robert ...... ....... 7 72
FFA .... ............. .....
FHA .... ............,......
Fields, Dee Dee ..... ......... 6 0, 259
Fields, Derrick ....... ..49, 60, 737,
Finn, Bryan ......... . ...75, 777
First Baptist Church
First Methodist Church..
....... . .229
Fisher, Alicia-. ...... .. ...... 75, 727, 279
Fisher, Christy. . ......... ..... 7 5
Flake, Penny ..... . ..... .. . .... 75, 724, 740
Flores, Arnald. . . . .... .. ...... ........ . ....75
Flores, Jackie .... .72, 76, 760, 276, 277
Flores, Jacob .... . . ............. 60, 763, 770
Flores, Melinda ...... . .................. 60
Flores, Louis ......... ................ 7 50
Flores, Ruben ........... ...... 4 7, 700, 777
Flowers, Charles ...... ................... 6 0, 26 7
Fomby, Rhanda .............................. 28, 270
Fomby, Sheri .................. 28, 60, 777, 744
Forkerway, Mr. George ....................,... 798
Forte, Marsha ..................... 727, 272, 273
Foster, Amy ....... ....................... ...2
Fosler, Julie .......... ....... 7 27
Fowler, Steve ........... ., ..... 756
Fracier, Jeannine ........ ....... 2 60
Francisco, Dixie ....... ......... 6 0
Frazier, Neannine... .... ..... . .744
French... ................. . ..... .. 797
Froehlich, Tammy .......... .. .................. 279
Fullev, Jeanette ............... . .................... 60
Fry, Jay.. ........... .. ..60, 777, 756, 794
Gage, Rusty ....... ................... ....... 7 9 7
Gaines, Greg .......... . ......... 60
Gallegos, Modesta ....... ....... 7 27
Gallrngmore, Lisa ........ ............... 6 0
Gandy, Kelly ,.,........., ...... 6 0, 740
Gannon, Lori ......... ...... 6 0, 26 7
Garcia Alice ...... ....... 7 27, 223
Garcia Corina ....... ............. 7 27
Garcia, Deanna ..... ....,.. 2 20
Garcia, Gerald ....... .......... 7 56
Garcia, Joe ......... ...... 6 0, 724
Garcia, Mary ...... ............ 7 5
Garcia, Noe ........ ....... 2 67
Garcia, Rebeca ...... ...... 6 0
Garza, Anne ....... ....,. 5 0
Garza, Delia ....... ....... 2 60
Garza, Gina .... .... U60
Garza, Helda ...... ......, . 50
Garza, lsreal ....... ......, 7 72
Garza, Junior ......... ...... 7 7
Garza, Ray .......... . . ................. 749
Garza, Rachel ....... 60, 732, 733
Gathright, Lyndell ....... .................. 6 0
Gauna, Victor ........... ...... 6 0, 727
Gaylord, Dwight .....,. ......... 8 3
German Club... . ... .. .258
Gerreals, Denlse .... .. .. .. . ... .. . .. 277
Ghant, Tommy "Topsy". ..,. . 60, 734,
765, 767 259
GlDDS, Glen.. ... .. . ..,. ... .. .. ..267
Glbson, LeAnne ...60, 220, 227
Gldley, Klm . .. 794, 795
Glll, Loulse.. . . .. .62
Glles, Lesa.. .. .. 260
Gllmore, Sharla .. 783
Gllmore, Tommy. .. . . . 204
Glover, Rlta .... . ,.,.,.. ..220
Golden Knlghts.. .. ... .. ...99
Gold Key Better Homes Company. .. 243
Gomez, Davld .. .... .. 727, 765, 257
Gomez, Gregg... .... .. .... .. .. .. .279
Gomez, Sandra .. . . .. . 60
Gonzales, Abby. .. .. . . .. 727 740
Gonzales, Ben. . .. .... .727
Gonzales, Brenda. . . H794
Gonzales, Claudla .... .. 783
Gonzales. Diana .. . 740
Gonzales, Jesse. . .. . .... 60, 258
Gonzales, Llsa . . ..... . .. 794
Gonzales, Rlcardo.. . .. . . . 60, 777, 775
Gooch, Cherl. .. .... .. . .. 28, 60, 762,
763, 764, 276, 277
Goodell, Gwen . .. .. . . .. .. 28
Gordon, Davld.. . .. .. 794
Graham, Tamana .. .. . . .740, 258
Grant, Carl. . . . .204
Grant, Rachel . 732, 752
Grants, Rlchard ... . .. ... .772
Gravens, Shane. .. . 2763, 770, 777
Gray, Mrs Blllle . . 47 57
Gray, Bruce . .. .. .. .. .. 279
Green, Lorl. . . .276, 277
Greenlee, John 60, 763
Green, Nate . . .797
Grlce, Janet.. . .. . .. 729
Grlffln, Melvln . 60, 258, 259
Grlfflth, Cralg . .. ,.., 772
Grlfflth, Mrs Fran .. .742
Grlmes, Allcla. . . .45
Grlmstead, Marlan.. . .. . . .. . .. 60
Gulllen, Ernest .. . . 204, 205
Gutlerrez, Jesse. . .. .748, 204, 205
Gutlerrez, Paul ,.,. .. . 727
Haas, Chrlsty 705, 728, 729
Hadley, Clndy . .. 60, 727
Hagemann, Jeff . 767, 763, 788
Hagler, Terl ,.,, . .. .. . ..90
Hale, Celeste. .. .. .. ... 727
Halgreen, Lance . .... .. . . 786
Hallburton, Angle . 60, 777, 279
Hall, Ken . .... 42, 763, 777
Hall, Lonl .. .. ... .. ..... .. .67,.267
Hall, Susan . . . 73, 75, 276, 277
Hambleton, Sandra ,.,. . .. .. ..60, 220, 227
Hambrlck, Steve. .... . ,.,, .. 227
Hambrlght, Steve ..60, 220, 270
Hamllton, Scott .. . .... 5, 762, 763, 770
Hammond, Klm. .... . .. ,,.,.,. 202, 203
Hamner, Mrs Carol.. .. ..... . . .. 47, 57
Hansen, Mlss Sherry .... ..... 4 7, 57, 732
Hanes, Chrls . . .. .. 267
Haney, Kathy.. ...... .. . ......45
Hanke, Margaret. . .... . .. . 267
Hannley, Shannon.. . ..... ..... . 67, 279
Hardln Slmmons. ... .... ... .. 234
Hardwlcke, Kelth 72, 43, 777, 756, 797
Haren, Alessa ..,. .. . .. ... .... 276, 277
Hargeshelmer, Mlke .... .. 67, 705, 776
Harkey, Mrs. . ..... .. ... .. 754
Harmon, Mr Bob.. 47, 57, 763
Harold Crawford Flrestone.. ...... .. 237
Harper, Ben . . .... . .. .. .. 60
Harper, Beth. . .. . .272, 273
Harper, Jefl. .. . .. . .60, 732
Harper, Katle.. .. .... .60, 777, 727, 732
Harrell, Angle . .. . . .. . . . . 727
Harrell, Mlke . .62, 83
Harrls Acoustlcs . 255
Harrls, Brett. . . . . . .. . . 28, 32
Harrls, Nathan . . .. ... ..... . . 772
H6fflS, Terl '...... ...62, 767, 765, 272, 277
Harrlson, Darrell .... ... .. .. . 62, 270
Harrlson, Melodle . .. .. .. . . 727
Hatch, Lee . . .... .... 7 27
Harley, Leslle.. .... . .... ....... 7 27
Havvklns, Allsha... .. . .. .. .. 43, 732
Hawthorne, Karen .... . ..,... 794
Haynes Motors, Wayne.. .... .. .247
Haynes, Chrls.. .. ... .. .. ........62
Haynes, John.. . .... . .. .. ........ .. .728, 729
Haynes, Robert . 62, 776, 777
Hays, D'arda.. . . ..,, .. 763
HECE .. ..... .. ........ .227
Helm, Joe... . . .. ......767
Henderson, Greg ..... . . 724, 732
Henderson, Kay . ..... .. . ..277
Henderson, Karen... . . . . 62, 777
Hendrlck, Ruby ...... ..... ...... 6 2
Hendrlx, James . . .. . ...83
Henery, Karl .... .. . .277
Henlngton SYUUIOS .... . .. .. .. . .226
Henry, Grace. .. .... .... .... 6 2 , 257
Hernandez, Freddie. . . . . . . . 267
Herrandez, Mrs. Lenora .... . .... 47 57
Herrera, Luclnda... . . . . .. ...727
Herrlng, LISS .... .... . .. ........ .. .... . ..29
Heslep, John . .62, 772, 776, 259
HlCK8y, Suzanne... . 72, 76, 35, 43,
62, 67 777, 727, 276, 277 258
Hlckllng, Jennller .. . .... . . . 78
Hlckman, Mr. Ed.. .47, 57, 763, 204
Hlckman, Troy. .... .. .. .. .. .78, 267
Hlckor, Paul .. .. .. .. ...-78
HICKOX, Paul . .... . ..... 763
HlCkS, Amy. . . 727, 732
Hlcks, Marla. . .. .. .... . . 62
Hlcks, Mellnda . . . . .. .. .62, 222
Hlgglns, Janet . .62, 727
Hlgglns, Kelly. . .... . .. . 78, 267
Hlghland Church of Chrlst.. . .. .249
Hllden, Llsa . .. ..... 32, 78, 740
Hlll, Patlence.. . 782, 783
Hlll, Sonya .... .... . . . .. 78, 220
Hlll, Tlm . . .. ......267
Hlllcrest Church of Chrlst.. . . . 253
Hlnes, Sherrl. . .. .. . 222
Hlnks, Sherry... ..... . ... 755
Hlstorlan Club . ... ... .. ...257
Hobson, Pam . 62, 222
Hodges, Mlchelle.. 43, 752, 276, 277
Hodges, Tlm .....
Hoeler, Mr Larry . . . .. .763
Hoefer, Mrs. Llnda.. . . 47, 57
Hof, John . .... . . . .. .. . . 78
Holt, John . . .... .. .. . 777
Holder, Gayle. .... .62, 279, 259
Holland, Dolores. . .. ... .. .. . 92
H0lllS, Ml7Sy . ..... .. 727
Hollowell, Karen ...... . . . 79, 794
Hood, Mr Danny. .. .. .... .. 47, 57
Hood, Patsy.. .... ., . . ..79
Hooker Realtors .... .. . .. 240
Hopes, Donald ............. 737
Hoppe, Mallnda. . . . 220, 260
Hopson, Mark. .. . .... ...... . 740
Horne, Pam... . .. . .276, 277
House, Gary .... . . ..... 727
Howe, Shawn. .. .. ...279
Howell, Golda .. ...... . . ...... .227
Hubbard, Eugene .... . . ...... 47
Hubbard, Tony. ....... ....... 7 38
Hubbard, Tracy . . .. .. . ..79
Hudglns, Gene. . . .... 92, 772
Hudson, Dale. . ....... . .... .... .....92
Hudson, Janet .... . . .. . .. . . . 79, 740
Hudson, Mark 43, 770, 777, 785, 786
Hughes, Mlke.. ...... . .. ......... ... . .78
Hulett, Paul... 43, 48, 724
Hults. Handy- - r -- ------ 92 Jimenez, Emllla ..... . ....78
Hunnalre, Angela , .92 Jlmlnez, Jessie.. ......... 163
Hunnlcut, Susan ...... . .... 78 Jlmenez, Vlrglnla ...... ............... ........ 9 2
Hunt. GWB --272 Johnson, Allan.. . .. .......763, 770, 777
Hunter, J8fn6Sr. .V vrrlvr. . .-...--- 204 Johnson Ben... .. .... . .92
HUITIEI, R8ggl6. ..... . .. .... 747, 753 ,johnggnl Brjgnu AAA A 750
HUFlfEf, Tafflafa. . .. 92, Jghnggnf BfUCgA --.-
Hurd, Mlchele... .. ..... .......... 7 8, 279 Johnson, Cralg .... .. ..... ......28, 786
Hutcherson, Shane .... .. ....... 92, 267 Johnson, lke ..... . ....
Johnson, Llnda .... .... 92, 783, 220
1 Johnson, Mr... .. . ................. .....57
Jolly, Robln.. ...... .. ........279
Jones, Dempsey. ..... . .. .. ........ 727, 737
lbbotson, Tlm. .... ........... . ............. . 92 Jvnesf Gary '--- --'- 4 Z 78 709, 727
ldol, clrarlra .......... ....... .... 9 2 , 737, 271 JONES' Jeffvr -ll- rr.r- -r,rl..l.., . J V78
lmages.. . ..... .. .. ......... ..228 J0'795f JUUV --'-- - -
lngyam Cy,,m,a A A AAg2A 253 Jones, Mack ...... ...... 7 8, 83
lngya-mA 1-,SQA EAAEEE 250 Jones, Nancy .... . ...... 220, 227
lf,k,eA ,qoben HAPA AA 92 Jones, Rhonda .. .. .. ..92, 270
15,391 N97 HVQHQVQVVQVH uqvu A A A... 92 Jones, Russ. ...... ........... ............ . . .. 78
New may PAPAPAPA A qvvvquqv AA A92 Jones, Sharon .... ....... 2 8, 762, 764, 259
Jones, Stephanle ..... ..... ...... .... . . 7 8, 259
- Jones, Vlckle. ..... ...... ......... 7 8
Jordon, Aaron .. .. .... -...78
Jordon, Erlc ....... . . ...73, 78, 777
Jordan, Mrs. Judy ....... ..... . . ..... ..... 5 7
Joy, Mrs. Katheren . .. .. 57
Joy, Paul... ..... . .... .... 3 3, 92, 772
Joyner, Kenny... . . ..... ...32, 33, 763
jackson' Dany' ""' 92 Juare. Mlchael .... .. ...49, 737, 776, 177
ackson, Jan . . ........... 209 Judfez Rlck 92
Jackson, Sherry. ... . .92, 211 ' V' ' 'L " ' "
Jacobi Amanda AA A A A75 A40 Jung, Dagmal ...... . ...... .. .. .. .. .92
' Jupln, Charlotte. .. ..78, 727, 272, 273
James, Todd.. .. ..... 762, 763 JUSAACES James ' 92
Janeway. Stoml. . .. .. . 754, 272 ' ' ' V'
Jefferson, Rosallnd.. . ..... . 79, 279
Jenklns, Davld. . . . .... .... ...... . . .777
Jenklns, Karen . . 78, 276, 277
Jennlngs, Brandy .. . .. .... . . . 279
Jennlngs, Jlmmy.. ...... .. .. .. 92
Jernlgan, Tammy. 272, 273, 223
Jett, Chrlsty ... . ... .... . .. 90 Kallleoh, Mrs Joy... . ....47
Jlmenez, Cecella. .78 Kammerer, H9ldl. .. 28, 267
Jlmenes, Danlel. .. .78 Kannel, Paul .. . . H , , , 78
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Lockwood, Mark .,.,, . ..,. 257
Kaufman, Shelly ,.,.,.
Kay, Glna. . ..
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KEAN Radio ,.
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Kearney, Karl... . ........ 78, 80, 762, 763,
Keenum, John . . ......... ......... . 756
Keesee, Charesa.. . .. .. M92
Kehr, J'Lynn Cambell ..... .,43, 777
Keith, Linda. ........ . ,........ 78
Keller, Ga yla .
Kelluem, Rena y
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Leyerle, Melanie .......
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Lin, Ann ....,,.,....,.
Linder, Tracy .........
Lindsey, Lana ........
Lindsey, Link ......,..
Little, Bobby ....,.
Little, Gloria ,.........
Lockard, Cindy .........
Lockett, Allan ..........
Lockwood, Machelle .....
Molire, Doora ..,.....,
Kelly, Mike. . , .,.,. . , . .. .. 92
Kemp, Cindy. .... .. .. 78
Kendall Business Systems. ...... ..,.. . 255
Kenny, Vince, ,.,, .,.. .... ,..,., 9 2
Kenum, John . ...., . .... .. 777
Key City Warehouse Sales.
Keys, Mr Joseph.. .. .. ..
KFMN Radio. . .
Kidde, Velma... .
Kight, John. ,
Kimberley, Lisa .
Krmberling, Lisa . . .
Kimbrough, Judy ..
Kincaid, Mr. Doug
Kincheloe, Michelle .
Kinder, Kevin. ..
Kindnck, Ruby . ..
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Lomax, Gayle ....
Lopez, Angel. ...... .
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Loya, Joel. .. ....
Loya, Robert ...........
Lloyd, Jones Studio
Loza, Jimmy .... .... . .
Lund, Frank ..,. . .
Luskeys .. .. .. .
Luttrell, Keith .... ......
King, Cherie. ,.... ..... . ,..78
King, Sondra... ........... .... . .78
Kirklen, Mrs. Glenda .... .. .......... .52
Kirkstra, Jerry ....... . .,................ 78
Kite, Brenda.. .. ......, 260, 277
Klump, Julie. . ......,. . .,......... ,93
Klump, Katy .. ........ ...... . .78
Klump, Mrs, Roxanne .. ,. ...,., 52, 746
Knapp, Mr. Robert .... .. ..... ..... 5 2
Komatz, Becky. . . .... 78, 220
Koonsman, David. . . ..... . . 78
Koonsman, Kendle.. . . ............ ...78
Kornlsh, Knsta .... ....... 2 72, 273
Kontos, Linda. . .. .
Korres, Elizabeth ......
Lyons, Sharon .......,..
Mackeys. .. ..............,..,.
Macke, Julie . . ..
Maddox, Glen ..... ..
Magness, Lee .......
Mafic, Pan ................... . .
Maldonado, Tammy .........
. ,.,..,. 52
.. .. 237
.. .. 93, 772
.. ...... 93
......... 5, 276, 277
Mathews, Rhonda .,......
Mathiews, Shari ......,.
Marta, Melissa ,.........
Matthews, Jennie ................. 93, 727,
Matthews, Mike .,,.....
Maxwell, Lisa ......,..
Maxwell, Louise ........
Mauch, Anthoney ........
Ma y. Trisha .,..,.......
Meador, Pam ........,
Mendora, Diane .,..
Melton, Katy .........
Da vid ........
.. ..... 80, 2 72,
42, 43, 66,
Miller, Deonna .....,.
Miller, Jackie .......
Miller, Kelli '....... .................. 8 0
Miller, Lisa .......... .... .... 8 0 ,
Miller, Rhonda ........ ,.............. ..93
Millikin, Hollis ,........ ........... . .. . 727
Millikin. Lacresia ..,.... ...... . .80, 727,
Miramantez, Nina ..,..... ..... ......... .
Mitch ell, Kim .......,..,..
Mitchell, Paige .......
Mitchell, Sharon .......
Mitchells, Dan ......... .
Modes ty, Melvin ....... ......... 8 0,
Monreal, Ronnie .,,....,
. . ...... 80,
Moore, Mary ..........
Moore, Tony .......
Moore, Victor .........
Moreno, Joe ..............
Morgan, Tamera .......
Morreal, Vincent .......
Morris, David .........
Morris, Eric .........
Morris, Lizzie ......
Morris, Joy ....... ..
Korves, Elizabeth ......,.. ,........ 7 8, 732
Kreiger, Paul. .......... ............,..,... 7 75
Kuhn, Tim. .... ....,., ,..,...,.,,., 7 8 , 736, 267
Lacky, Cathy... .. . .... 93. 747, 220
Lackey, Gene . ..2, 762, 763, 770
Lambert, David. . ....... .. .. ................ ....93
Lana, Philip .. ...... ...... 5 2
Landeras, Jesse ....... ...,.............. 9 3
Landry, Pat .... . . ......................... 93
Landry, Wayne .... .......... 7 8, 727, 756
Lanford, Chris .. .. ...........................,. ..78
Lanham, Wayne. .... 78, 737, 772, 267
LaPour, Allan... .. . .......... 727
Larson, Lochy. . .. 2, 72, 76, 40, 43,
45, 58, 67, 777, 742
Larson, Richard .
Lattlmore, Angie . .. .. .78, 202, 203
Lawrenee, David. . . ..8, 724, 727
Leandro, Virginia ..... ................ . .727
Lee, David... .. .... ..,.....,..... . ...93
Lee, Stacy ........ .....,... 9 3
Legg, Judy ....... .. ....... 260
Legndra, Virginla ....., ...... 9 3
Lehr, John ...... ...... ...... 7 8
Leiga, Erminla.. .
Maloney, Buster ......... ..
Mangum, Angela ........
Mangum, Paul ..........
Mangum, Russell ........
Mann, Bobby ............
Mariano, Evangeline... ..
Marler, Cherie. ..... .
Marquez, John ..,. .
Marquez, Liz. . .. .
Marsh, Jeff ...........
Marshall, Phillip .......
Mike. ,... .
Jeff .... .
78, 37, 43, 776,
728, 729, 732
.....52, 740, 747
. ...,. 93, 204
., . .267
.. ...... .. .93
.. ..... 220, 227
.. .. .... ... ....93
, 727, 274,
Morrow, Teron ......
Morton, Joanna .,..
Mosley, Pam .......,,
8 7, 782, 783, 220
. .,...... H763
Mowery, Steve .............,. 43, 66, 777,
Munoz, Tony ....... ...,...,,., 3 2, 762,
Munson, Brenda .......
Murray, Tonya ..,..,..
Murdock, Brian .....,
Murgia, Nancy .......
Murtllo, Julia .......
Mutter, Brian .........
McBride, James ....,..
McBride, Yaonne ...,..
McCabe, John ..............
McClellan, Joanna .......
McClelland, JoJo ,.....
McClure, Jean ..,.,.,....
McCutchen, Alvah .,.....
McDill, Connie .,,..,.,..
McDonald, Kay ...,...,.
McDonald, Scott ......
ff f ,80,
.. .. . 93,
Ja uiel .......
Richard ....... ..
Mary Pat s .... ......
Leiga, Richard .
Lemand, Sheila .
Lemond, Greg ..
Lenius, Tony .
Lewis, Ante. .. .
Mason, Brad ...... .
Massie, Michelle... ..
Matchett, Jennifer ......
Matheny, David ........
Matheny, Susan .......
....43, 765, 276,
.. 72, 78, 80,
.,...79, 727, 756
.. ........ 79
.. ...79, 747
McDowell, Cadi ,,...... . ..93
McFadden, Debble ,...... . .. . .52
McFarland, Kathie .,...... ......... 5 2
McGill, Carrie ............ .. ..... 80
McHaney, Reesa ....... ....... 8 0
McHorse, Donna .,,.,,. ., . .93
McHorse, Melissa ....... ,.,..,... 8 0
McJunkin, Mark ......,.,. .... .............,. 8 0
McJunkin, Michelle ......,,..............,..,....... 93
McKee, Lessa ........,............. 28, 762, 764,
765, 276, 245
McKehrick, John ,.,.... ........................ 9 3
McKinnon, Melissa ...... 3, 93, 727,
276, 2 77
McMillan. Brent ........
McMillan, David .,,.,.......
McMurray, Patsy .....,.,.,
McNeil, Mike .,,.,,..,.... 42,
. .......... .93
45, 72, 80,
McNeill, Delbert ,......
McNutt, Greg ...,..,.
McMurry, Patsy .......
Neal, Twanna .........
Neese, Gary ...,....,..
Ne vil, Shannon ..,....
Newlun, Darcy ..,.......
Newman, Charlene ........
73, 66, 744,
778, 259, 260
. .,.,. ..,.,,.. . ..87
... ,. 729, 257
.......66, 727, 274
33, 42, 773, 763
Nguyen, Hong Van...
Nguyen, Nan ,..,....,..,....
Nguyen, Thuy ...,.....
Nguyen, Van .......
Nichols, Gina ....,.. ........
Nicholson, Lee ....., , .8,
Noel, Gweyn ..........
Nopparat, Tang S.
North, Jimmy .........
Northrup, Tony .... .
Nuber, Dana ....
,.., ,, .,..,... ....87
.. ...... 66,
Nutter, Brian ....,..... ...... . ,727
Oates, Mark .......... ......,..., 7 97
O'Bar, Marshell ..,..... .......... 8 7, 267
O'dell, Sharon ....... ....,........ 8 7, 737
Oden, Brian ,....,.. ....... 6 6, 785, 786
Oden, David .....,. .................. 7 86
OEA lJuniorl ...... ................. 2 23
OEA lSeniorl .... .. . ..... .............. 2 22
Ogle, Susan .......... ....... 6 3, 202, 203
Oglesby, Angela .. . . ..,., .......... . H87
Oglesby, Denise ....... ................. 2 20
Olehy, Sandra ....... ,...................,,.,, B 7
Olney, Paula .......... ....... 8 7, 277, 223
Olsen, Norman ...,..... ......,,,.,,,......,., 5 2
Olson, Somthavil ........ ..... 6 6
O'Neil, Larry .,.,....,.... ......... 8 7
O'Neill, Daniel .......... ......... 6 6
Ornelas, Richard ...... ......... 8 7
Orr. Steve .......... ....... 7 27
Ortega, Alex ......... ..........
Ortega, Debbie ..,..... ....... 2 78
Ortega, Diane. ..... ....... 2 20
Ortega, Dolores ....... ................ 2 78
Orter, Alex ......... . .. .................. .87
Ortiz, Janel .,...,.. ...... 8 7, 274, 275
Otto, Kathi ......... ........... 4 3, 66
Owen, Mark ....... ..,....,. 8 7, 763
Oxford, Susan ........ ............. 2 79
Oxford, Suzy ...........,. .....,.,. 6 6
Pancheco, Michelle ........ .45, 66, 7 7, 87,
Painter, Tra ............. ...,,.. 8 7, 740
Palacious, Anacleto ,..,... ...,... 7 72
Palacios, Maria ....... .,.,,, 84
Palaciores, Severita ....... .,..... 2 23
Pallarez, Barney ..,.., ....... 7 27
Palomarez, Jan .... .. ...... 87
Palonio, Salvador .... ......... 8 7
Parker. Bill ....... ....... .............,..... 6 6
Parker, Duane ...,... ................ 6 6, 227
Parker, Karla ...,.. . ..... 66, 727, 732
Parker, Willis ..,....,. ...............,.,. 8 7
Ralston, Betty .,.,..,.,.,..
Petty, Mickey ......
Rioias, Rory ....,.,..
Parrich, Jeff ..,..,.,
Parrish, Leo .........
Parrott, Mike ..........
Paschall, Gary .....
Patino, Retolo ,....
Patrick, Debra ...,,..,
Patrick, Donna ,......
Patrick, Tammy ..,..,
Payne, Peggy ...,..
Pecina, Naomi ...,.,..
Pekowski, Robert ...,..,.. ... ....
Pender Company 7Thei. ,.,. .. ..
Pequeno, Rosita ,.....
Pesch, Keri .,,.,..,..,.,
Perez, Alma ......,..
Perez, Richard ,.,,..,.
Perry, Ruby ..,....,.
Perry, Steven ......
Pesch, Keri ..........
Pesch, Sheri '..,. ...,.,.
Petino, Regugie ..,..,
Petty, Kathy .,.....,...
Phillips, Gail .....,..
Phipps, Nicky ...,..
Pierce, Dub .....,.,... .
Pierce, Paige ,..,. ., .
Pierson, Bill .........,..
Pietch, Frank. .. .
Pimberton, Ray... ..
Pink, E leaa ..... ..,.....
P PPPP 828,843,765
764, 790, 276,
Pioneer Drive Baptist Church ..,.,.,.,,
Pippins, Butch .,.,,.,..,
Plant, Ross .............
Poc, Tammy .,.......,.,.
Ponca Wholesale ..,..
Pogue, Jimmy ......,..,
Pope, James ....,.,
Pope, Jim ...,,.,..,..,..,.
Portfield, Sandy! ,,.,.
Porter, Chris tie ,..,..
Porter, Polly ..... ..
Portillo, Andy .....
Portillo, Dolly .... .
Potter, Kim .,..,.,
Potter, Shane... .
Prado, Teri ,..,..,..,..,
Pratts Coin Shop .,..
Prescott, Rube .........
.. ....,... 66, 220,
Presswood, Dorothy .,.,,,., ,,,,,..,....,,.,,,
Pres tridge, Paul .,.,...
Price, Joe ............
Price, Missy ........
Prince, Jennifer ...,,,..
Pritchett, Faynette ............,.,....,......,....
Proffitt, Loyal ..........,... 66, 762, 763,
Pruitt, Rene ...... . ...... ....,. .... 8 7 ,
Pruitt, Sonya ...,.., ......., 2 8, 66, 277,
Pruitt, Tommy ,..,..,. .,., . .,.,. ..,.,. 6 6 ,
Puellae .,.... ..,.... ...,....
Putz, Libby .......,..,..,..,
Ouesada, Rudy ........,..,.,,,....,..
Ouinney, Mark ....,.,,
Rae, Faye ,..,..
Rae, Raye .........
Raedel, Ted ......
Raines, Keith .,.,...
Rainey, Jackie ......... .
Ramirez, Mary Ann .....
Ramos, Herman.. ..
Rankin, Christa. .. .
Rapson, Betty. .
Rase, Frank ....
Rash, Tina. .... .
Raughton, Pam . ..
Ray, Tammy.. ..
Raye, Greg .... . .. .
Raymond, Evelyn .
Redwine, Karen ...... .. .
Reed, Chris .....,. ,.
Reese, Judy ........
Reese, Robert ........
Reese, Sandy ...,,.
Reeves, Tim ..........
Regan, Danette ........,
Reiff, Robbie .... . ....
Reising, Sgt John.. ..
Renfro, Jeff. .
Ren fro, Lisa ..... . .
Republic Supply. . . .
Reyes, Joel ....... . .... .. .
Reynolds, Christie. . . .
Reynolds, Sherry ..
Rhines, Tami... .
Rhodes, Dana . .. .
Rhodes, Tim ..... ..
Rish, Donna ........
Richard, Norma.. . .
Richards, Jackie ........
Ridgeway, Mike ........
Riedal, Ted ,,,..,.,.,...
Rios, Elizabeth ......,
Rios, Lynda .... .
Rister, Janie ..... ..
Rives, Nolan .... ..
Rix, Ronny.. . ..
Roach, Dale. .
Roberts, Kirk.. .
Robinson, Darren ....
Rocha, Paula.. ....
Rodgers, Mary .... ..
Rodgers, Ste ven .......
Rodney 's .................,..
Maxie ..... ..
Rodriquez, Delia ......
Rodriquez, Irma.. . .
Rodriquez, Larry ......
Rodriguez, Lisa .......
Rodriquez, Sania ......
Rodriquez, Toby ........
Rodriquez, Tony. ..
Rodriquez, Tweedy ......
Rodriquez, Veranna .....
Rodriquez, Wiley ,....
Rodriquez, Yvette ,......
Roe, Mark .... . .,..
Rbgers, Mary.. ..
Rogge, Debbie. .
Rogge, Dwaine .. . .
Roland, Lisa ........
51,7 ea, 71253
.. .. . .82, 203,
.. .... 202,
. ....... 82,
Reyna, Romero .. . ..
Rouhms, Tammy.. ..
Ross, Brendan .
Ross, Ricky.. . ..
Roys, Pearl.. .
Rubner, Pam .... ..
Ruebush, Angie .... .
Ruebush, Andrea. ..... .
Ruis, Roselia ...... ..
Runnels, Tracy. .,
Russell, Karen. .
Rutherford, Dee. .
Catholic Church . .
Salas, Jacob ....
Salazar, Steve... ..
Salinas, Alex ,.,..
Salinas, Kody. ..... .
Salmon, Danny. .
Sam's Rent-All ..........
Sanchez. Benny.. .. .
Sanchez, Elizabeth. .
Sanchez, Lucia. .
Sanchez, Melvin.. .
Sanchez, Moses .. .
Sanchez, Rosie. . .
Santas, Lupe . . .
Santibanez, Cruz .. .
Sartor, Bryan .
Sartor, Jerry. .. .. .. .
Sasirt, Tye .,...,. ,. .
Scales, Cindy .... ...82
Scales, Doug .
Schmittou, Ron .. .
Schwab, Tim .
Scott, Mr. Bill. .
Seballos, Victor .
Seguim, Mary ..... .
Sentor Realtors. .
Sewell, Tommy ..... .
Shaddin, Ceassie ,...
Shake, Gary. . .
Sharp, Ruth .... . .
Sharpe, Ruth.. ..
Sheasby, Paul. .
Shelby, Teresa .
Shephard, Jim. .
Shephard, Melissa ..
Sherman, Joe. . . .
Sherman, Viola-. .
Shirts, Etc. ....... ..
Shook, Lorisa ...,..
Shook, Mary .......
Shouse, Joni .. .
Show, Kyle .... ..
Sigala, Minnie. ..
.. ,... .82
.. . .. .. 223, 258
.82, 744, 260
,, .. ,96
. .. 222
.. .82, 727
. . 96
. ...,,, ....96
. 82, 727, 790
. 82, 204, 205
. . . .. . ..96
40, 45. 222
. .82, 732
. . . . . 96
. 69, 727,267
33, 773, 738, 764,
, 96, 727, 274, 275
. . ....... 69, 267
. 82, 727
.. ...... 69
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., ,.... .96
. ........,.. .82
. . ..96
,. ,, .69, 756, 777
,,,,, . .....96
. ...... 82
.. . 82
.. ,..., 96, 732
,,, , , .96
.. ,, . .96, 783
.69, 220, 227, 270
, .... 82, 783
Siltman, Christy 82, 727 732,
765, 274, 275
Siltman, Cindy 82, 727, 272, 273
Silva, Connie 82, 270, 220
Silva, Enedina. . . . . . . ...82
Simmons, Dan... .96
Simmons Deborah. . . . .. 727
Simmons, Ellen. . .. . .. .. ..82
Simmons, Hellen... .... ..82
Simmons, Mike. . .. .. -...96
Simmons Phillip .... , . .. .,...B3
Simpson, Brent... . 96, 756
Simpson, Curtis . . .... 96
Simpson, Jeff ..... . . .... 83, 740
Simpson, Scooter 82, 740, 270
Sims, Lance . . . . . . . 96, 727
Sims, Mrs . . 257
Simson, Curtis . . . ,. , 772
Siwamasis . .. . ...276 277
Skelton, Charlie .96
Skiles, Donnie . . . .83
Skinney's .. . .. 242
Slalton, Tammy . . ..96
Slatton, Tommy. .... . .. 727
Sloane, Patsy. . .. .. . . . . 96, 275
Sloss, Preston .... ..... . ........ .. ..96
Small, Dana. .... . ........... 78, 37, 83, 776,
732, 202, 203, 277
Smilie, Laura 83, 740
Smily, Darren . 96, 727
Smith, Alan ., 43, 69, 770
7 7 7, 756, 794, 795
Smith, Debra . 83
Smith, Gary .83
Smith, Greg.. .83
Smith, Jean. 96, 728, 729, 732
Smith, Kenny, . 760, 794, 267
Smith, Kevin. . , , , .83
Smith, Leon ., . ,96, 786
Smith, Mark 69. 204, 205
Smith, Melanie. 75, 43, 45, 69,
7 7 7 724, 737, 732, 733
Smith, Mindy.. . . .,. . . . 96, 727
Smith, Mitchelle .. . . . 96, 727
Smith, Sherrel ....... . .,., ..,83, 778
Smith, Stacy. .. . . W83, 278, 223
Smith, Wade . . . . .... . .83
Smithwick, Kelly 83, 272, 273
Snow, Kyle. .. .. 267
Sohl, Carolyn .,.,, , ,. , , , 83
Southwest Park Baptist Church . .240
Spann, Angi. . .96, 776, 77? 727
Sparks, Elton . . .96
Speegle, Dana 83, 274, 275
Spence, Kris 83, 279
Spencer, Robbie 83, 727, 763
Spencer, Teresa. .
Sophomores get help during the Homecom-
ing game from Paige Pierce
Standard, Stan ...,
Starnes, Rob ..
Stearns, Carolyn .
Steele, Shan.. . .
Stelb, Kum Hur,
Stelle, Shaft ..,,
Stephens, Nancy .
Stewart, Charles .
Strce, Mlssy ..
Stlrman, Fred .
Stockard, Greg .
Stokes, Aurella .
Stokes, Bryan ..
Stokes, Peggy. ..
Stout, Sharon .
Stover, Wayne .
Stulz, Mrs Tuana
Research in the LRC often Involves hlllng
out a hle worksheet as demonstrated by
Summers, James. .
Sutherland, Stacy . .
Sutton, Jerrl. .
Swarts, Joe. .
Ta Te, .
Tate, Dale. . .. ..
Tate, Rosle . . . .
Tautenhahn, Cheryl . .
Taylor, Debra . 69, 84,
Taylor, Mrs Kay . . .. ..
Teafl, Roger 84, 727
Teaque, Robin .
Tecson, Joe 775, 777.
Tero, John .
Thaxton, Mr Warren ,, .,
Thedford, Joan . . . 84,
Thompson, Gary .. ... .. .. ..97
Thompson, Robert. ...... ....... . . ..84
Thompsom, Susanne. 84, 272, 273
Tlmmons, Cathy .. ... .. ,. ..97
Trndall, Jay.. . .. ., .. .......84, 786
Tolentrno, Mary .. .. . .... . ..84
Topeland, Jan . .. ..97
Topelre, Tony ..97
Torres, Charles . .. . ..84
Towne Crrer Steake House.. . 236
Townsend, Dr. John . . 83
Traln, Stephanle 97, 272, 273
Trasp, Frank , .84
Trasp, Robert ., . .84
Trasp, Teresa ,97
Trayler, DeWaln . 84, 727
Trlne, Helen . 97
Trlnldad, Carmen .84
Troland, John . 267
Trouseer, Gene . .. .. ..84
Trousselk, Rrchard .... .. .97
Trurtt, Jenny .. 737, 267
Tully, Johnny . .......... ..... . 97
Turk, Greg ..... .... . . .84
Turner, Cheryl. . .. .... 84, 220, 259
Turner, James .. ....... .. 84, 772
Turner, Pam . .... ..97
Umrssrus . .. .. .270
Uplold, Barbara, . .97, 729
Urban, John , . . .. . ,. , 84
Ussery, Rory .. . . 97, 728, 729
Ussery, Vrvranu .....,. . ,,., ..... . .,..258
Valaouez, Freddle . ...., .,.,...... 7 27
Valdez, Chrls . ...,.. 84, 220
Valdez, Jerry .... .. .,......... 84
Valencia, Mane.. . .. .. . ..84
Vanmeter, Ebele . ,. ,.97
Vargos, Elrzabeth. . . .. .. 260
Vasquez, Edward . .. .. ..97
Vasquez, Sammre .. .. . 97
Vaughn, Lrnda. .
Vertz, Sally .
VlClklS, . . .
.. 36, 45
,. .. .. .84
Vlllarreal, Danrel. . . . .. . .. 72, 777, 727
Vlllareal, Drana .. . ... .. ....... ..,.,..84
Vlrgrna Lees Pre Shop ...... .......,..,. 2 42
Vredenburg, Chris.. .... ....... . 740, 747
Wade, Roy .... .267
Warts, Jelf ,84, 786
. ... .....97
. ..,... 772
Waldmann, Mtchael. , , .. .. 729
Wall, Karl .. ... . .. .. .. .97, 794
Walton, Teresa. .. ......,..,.. .84
Warren, Grna . . . . ..... ..,..,.,,..., . -...97
Yacona, Amber 203
Warthon, Stella ,,., ..
Watts, Nick ...,..,. .. .. ...
Wayte, Katy,. .. .. . , ..
Wayte, Sandy.. .
Weeks, Ruth .. . . ,. .
Weinkauf, Stella . .
Werr, Vickie.. ,. ,. .
Welch, Judy. .. . . .
Welch, Tommy ,..,..,
West, Stephen., ,,
West Texas Skateways
West Texas Utflfties . .
West, Tricia .. .. . ,. ,.
Western Marketrng, Inc
Westfall, Bnan . .
Wheat, Darrell, ,.
Wheeler, Gaylene .....,..
Wheeler, Llsa. ., ,.
Wheeler, Penny .,.... .
Wheeler, Phyllls .,..,.
Wheeler. Tamera., .,
Whlley, Mary ...,.......,.
Whitaker, Melanre ...,. ..
White, Penn y ,.,.., .
2, 73, 36,
46, 47, 777,
White, Trace , , ,. , H97
Whltehorn, Scott ,84
Whitney, Cloud, ,. . ,,,, , , . 260
Wrgmton. Richard , . 33
Wiley, Phyllis , 84, 202, 203
Wllklnson, Marta, . , . ,84
Wllks, Dave . , . 97
Williams. Billie . , , 756, 227
Wllllams, Bobby . 84
Wllllams, Donna 84
Williams, Karla. , ,84, 223
Wlllrams, Kenneth . 84, 267
Wllllams, Llsa , , 279
Wllllams, Marsha. . , , 84
Wrllrarns, Sandra , , ..97
Wrllrs, Roy Wade , . , ,84
Wllson, Dann . , ,, ,, . 267
Wrlson. Nancy 45, 70, 84, 276, 277
Wilson, Sharon . 222
Wfmble, John ,,. ,, , . 786
Wlnkles, Scott., ,. ,. . ,. ,. . .. 97
Wrnkles, Shana. . 72, 777, 746, 272
Wrnsett, Dagwood ,. ,.,. . . . . . .. .84
Wlnsett, Darren.. . . ,84
Wrnters, Lesa. ., ,. , .. H260
Winters, Donna , .. .. 754, 222
Wisdom, Eugene ...,. , H97
Wlse, Lrsa . . 2.84, 270
Wise, Rocky .,,,.,.,..,.......,. ..,.................,.. 9 7
Wlshard, Kns . .
Wolfe, James. .
Wolfe, Ross , . ,
Wolpe, Susan .
Wood, Denlse 84,
Woodard, Dee. .
Wrfght, Dlana .
Wrlght, Jlm, .
Wright, Terrle .
Wrlght, Trey 49,
Wrobel, Chrlstrne ,.
Wrobel, Mrke .
756, 276, 277
43, 777, 724
730, 776, 777
72, 43, 777
84, 727, 734,
78, 3 7,
Portraying two devils, Eric Morns and Kns
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and Kiya lnn lor without their cooperation
portions of this book would not exist The same
also extends to Renea Martin. Special thanks
to Mrs. Martha Brooks and Mrs, Janelle Caldwell
for recognizing our goals and helping us pursue
them We would also like to thank our
advertisers, for without them this book would
not be in print
Last, to Miss Myra Bennett, who went past
the call of duty, our love and admiration
extends to you for your support, understand-
ing and compassion making the year and book
richer and more rewarding for us all
Sing Song ailows the French Club to perlorrn their linally
The end brings many emotions
At the end ol the yeer, rt seerned
as rl school hed just begun Trme
seemed to have flown by because
when e person checlcedhrs calender
on hrs drgrtel watch, rt showed only
er few more days lelt before the end
ol school lt was gi lrrghtenrng
leelrnn when one thought ol how
crurrrkly trrne pnssed by
The end rrl school lor So-
phfrrrrtrres, rrrwfrrrr that they had
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Senrurs tihrrvry L' F" tm' my :ng
tilxfdlfryfvf-,'17 r 1rf"' FffH
berzrore were tht stur,rerrt5 mfr? err
the rnrwd errrtwtrrrrvs nl butterllree
ns well ns the thrrll rr! frrfiduetfrrrr
Therr nrrnds were riorreterrtly berng
probed wrth "What college do you
plan to attendf end "VVlret do you
plan to do wrth your lrr'e7"
The saddest bert about the end
of the year, was that students
reelrzed they had lrrends that they
rnroht never see egnrrr lt fseerned
that es the yefrr' rilrrsrfd tr rrtrr::orr
began to thrnk' trbout 11 lrrrrrr frrrrl
needed relrel that surrrrrwr would
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l75iLcFful?r1lfl'r'lfc'llrfhr rnrrrkrrrr rrfwr
in new 'rx L
Cloerng out the naar trrmurxrrt
relrel and eedrwsf but flu' end
always cenre The
of nrgn school lor senrnrs new
dear and the stertrnr: rr' .2 een and
drllerent lrle ee en edult wt-is onrr
Innocent looks often wan .1 , ,ar we 'r.r.
tirrd Qqrvfx blixlftr 'His T "r:r rw. A .l.nr'11rf
Learning the way a Cer worke rs nll fa bert
nl .'iu!ornutrye lrgrrnrrrg .ind Trriwy l?unnUl5
.ind Darrell Hnrrrsrrn Seek In learn nrore
Preparations for the best soplrornore ernn
are rnade by Prrscrlld Prrrrtrs, Nvllrr' ff.1,s.1s
end Delores Acosm
While harnmrng at up trr the lrurrt ul the rrltrsfs
Mrnnre Srgele, lblrssr Srrrw tml Steve
l-ltirnbrrght frr to Corner ,i srrrrr nrthuut
ught in a rather t'f77fMlflJ5Sl
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and mrs bmker of water rs rw
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That feeling takes us through life
A senrorfs last pep rally, a
sophomores frrst, on stage rn Srng
Song, fallrng dovvn the starrs, berng
called rn by Mr, Gayle Lomax,
acceptance, acceptance rnto the
school routrne or group came rn
moments, not days
From begrnnrng to end, the
school year was a massrve collage
of trny moments vvhrch stood
alone rn therr beauty, memorabrlra
and srmplrcrty The happrness of
vvrnnrng, the sadness of losrng,
pausrng to cry, laugh, or srmply
srgh vvere moments vvhen vve
understood the need to strrve
harder and go farther,
The moments changed the
students rn one vvay or another. As
the seasons came and vvent, so drd
the moments, forever changrng the
students oprnron on subjects
Novv vvrth the moments behrnd us,
our oprnrons formed and at every
chance, vve spurred and debated
vvrth any opposer
Wrth the moments and changes
experrenced, the students once
agarn got that specral feelrng whrtrh
categorrzed thorn as Eagles Wrth
the trnglrng of ones muscles, each
student lound hrmself laced wrth
lrfe Some sard rt was rust ner ves
but the leelrngs of nervous tensron
vvere our gurdelrnes, our checks and
balance systems, our roads to
Once vve had lound the road, vve
pursued rt and rts obstacles
Unemployment, crrme and corrupt
polrtrcs vvere just a fevv of the rug
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holes rn our roadol lrle ln November,
the unemployment rate rn the crty
of Abrlene vvas 3 7f'tr, a rate very
low and admrred by metropolrtan
areas of Dallasft. Worth and
Houston Crrme vvas more promr-
nent as the Abrlene Polrce Depart-
ment reported over onefhundred
calls a day vvrth 737 on January 29.
Students vvere also faced vvrth
corrupt polrtrcs The ABSCAM
lAbdule Enterprrses Scaml trrals and
the lranran hostage ordeal were
most promrnent Taken hostage on
November 4, 79757, the lrlty-two
Amerrcans vvere released 444 days
later onJanuary 77, 7538 7, Presrdent
Ronald Fleagans lnaugratron Day
Yes, studres brought students face
to lace vvrth the approarvhrng realrty
ol adulthood and responsrhrlrty
Marry trmes lrfe 's problems
remarned unclear as over frve
hundred youthful mrnds tackled the
mere conflrct of graduatron
loolcrng back, the moments were
there vvrth changes to ourselves and
our oprnrons Along vvrth these vvas
that specral feelrng wltrclr took us
Completing his experrmem IS the rrrsrrr edrate
gt, rrr, rr of A-Me Lfkrrot 1r't r tr,-, he toners the
Ienrperattrfe of the mater rn the cup to freeze
hrs testrntt strtlslarrttt-
The Class ring, a synrlrol ot the school,
exhrhrts Todd Borrngs clevotron to AHS
Preparmg for an office rarer-r Stomr Janeway
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