Academy High School - Bumblebee Yearbook (Little River, TX)
- Class of 1980
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Touchdown? Virgil Canady shows the
stress of concentration while playing elec-
Kiss a pig? Regina May holds a pig while Mrs. Hodge kisses
it for a fund-raising project sponsored by the annual staff.
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Over the rim, through the net, 2! Cindy McCray scores two points
on a fast break against Liberty Hill, while Jana Bruggman 1421 is
there to lend a hand. The final score was 49-16 Academy.
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as Michael Poncik, Oscar Garcia, and Larry Springer "pig out" on their regular Thursday McBryde studies his agricultural notes
hamburgers. before taking a major quiz.
Spirit, let's hear it! Spirits rise as students set the mood of a pep rally by clapping to the music of the band. . 990
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Pustka and Clay Wright put 100 on the
number of their choice in hopes the wheel
will stop on it and they will win a prize.
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mother, practices her lines and movements for one act play competition.
THE OPENING BID
"The Bees are not out of it yet!" Coach
Gommert tries to raise enthusiasm with
his pep talk to the football boys and
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and Debra Tyler fight for a seat on the Van Winkle and 3rd graders watch Lorenna Bird attempt to break it open.
bus after a long day at school.
The old looms over the new . .. In the windows of the new 19,000
sq. foot elementary building one can see a reflection of the old ele-
mentary school. Thus ends 40 years of service from the old frame
structure that not only housed the elementary, but at times the Jr.
high, until l973 when the Jr. high annex was completed. For grades
K-6 the new elementary means better facilities and much needed
Boy, this is heavy Keith White and other eager students help
move into the new elementary school.
Boy, do they have talent! Academy
teachers Grady Barganier and Carl
Cooper sound out their musical talent at
Say, how about a little yell!?? Robin Pres-
ley demonstrates that being a cheerleader
isn't all glamour. It takes hard work to get
everyone to yell during a pep rally.
Rock around the clock . . . Drill team, twir-
lers, and band get the pep rally off to an
enthusiastic start as they perform their
Get into the music . , . Everyone really gets
involved when the TJC Pop Ensemble
played such tunes as "Jane" and "The
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Your majesty Crowning the Jr. class
queen, Rhonda Robinson, is Mrs. Hodge
who is one of the Jr. class sponsors. The
Jrs. raised over S1000 this year.
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Intensity of the game. Coaches Tommy George and Grady Barga-
nier, along with members of the varsity football team, watch anx-
iously as the game progresses.
The Grand Entrance Seniors take the
lead of the football players as they enter
the pep rally! Jimmy Ralston, Scott Behr.
and Darrel Braeutigam were three of the
nine seniors that provided leadership for
This year the varsity squad had a
5-5 season. George Tomastik had
an outstanding 1,011 yards this
season and gained 191 yards
against Troy. Joey Koenig had a
62 yard punt in the Florence
game. The defense allowed all the
teams together to score 100 points
against them. The Offense scored
a total of 135 points all season.
Agony along with victory. Kevin Van Winkle 1331 and Ricky Barga-
nier f6lj assist Donald Curlee 1505 off the field after he was hurt
during the Academy and Evant game. Along with Donald were
three more injuries during the game.
AGGNY, HARD WORK,
Pointed to Victory! Coach Elton Ramthun signifies the winning
plays, to the men on the field. The football players won the pre-dis-
trict game against Evant, 35-6.
Tough Enough? The senior guys provide the leadership for their
team. They arezftop rowj S. Behr, K. Ralston, G. Tomastik, D.
Braeutigam, M. Freedle, Gnd rowj F. Alvarado, S. May, K. Van
Winkle, J. Ralston.
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Exercise! Practice! Win! Seniors Scott Behr and Kenny Ralston
help each other while strengthening their muscles.
Quick on the line! Sacking the Reisel Indi-
ans' quarterback is senior Jimmy Ralston.
If help is needed, Stanley May, Donald
Curlee, Mike Moon, and Ricky Ramthun
are there to give all they can.
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lt's no flunble . . . Donald Curlee hangs tightly to the ball as an Evant Elk tries to take it
away. Wayne Lisenbe and Perry Cortese are assisting Curlee.
All District awards . . . First Team
Offense All-District awards were
given to George Tomastik fbackj
and Stanley May fguardj. First
Team Defense awards were given
to Jimmy Ralston fsec-def. backj
and Vincent Kasa flinebackerj
Second Team Defensive awards
were given to Donald Curlee
fnoseguardj, Frank Alvarado
fdef. endj and Joey Koenig Cdef.
backj. Scott Behr was awarded
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Super Stars! ftop rowjz Coach E. Ramthun, Coach J. D. Gommert, G. Schneider Mgr., S. Behr, S. Andrews, G. Tomastik, M.
Moon, S, Presley, J. Koenig, W. Lisenbe, M. Ramsey, Coach T. George, Coach D. McCrayg fmiddle rowjz Coach G. Barganier, V.
Kasa, R. Ramthun, D. Tomastik, J. Ralston, K. Ralston, D. Braeutigam, P. Cortese, P. Panepintog Cbottom rowjc F. Alvarado, D.
Curlee, S. May, M. Freedle, K. Van Winkle, R. Barganier, T. Dees, Mgr.
Enter the mighty Bees J. V. marches in procession before A,C,T,l,0,N The Bees Scramble around while trying to
attending their Weekly DCP rally. tackle a Bremond player. The J. V. team beat Bremond 22-6.
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Split the pot . . . The 1979 Junior Varsity Football team divide district winnings with Rogers. The team is composed of Ctop rowj
Coach E. Ramthun, Coach D. McCray, Coach J. D. Gommert, B. Poncik, J. Stone, G. Ramthun, B. Williams, J. Beimer, B.
Collins, M. Tuerck, B. Bennett, D. Mooney, K. Wheeler, Coach G. Barganier, Coach T, Georgeg f2nd rowj F. Vasicek, D. Easley,
T. Love, P. Kubacak, M. Entzminger, B. Parks, T. Colacino, R. Chudej, D. Kurecka, L. Craft, R. Beasley, 13rd rowj M. Parks, R.
White, R. Underwood, R. Hester, J. Williams, G. Pustka, P. White, A. Schneider, B. Tomastik, G. Van Cleave, A. Johnson, V.
Schiller, fbottom rowj V. Knight, K. Owens, J. Van Winkle, S. Reeves, S. Sodek, M. Ancira, R. Harmon, R. Craft, J. Ashby, S.
. . PLIT THE POT
FUR DI TRICT WINNING
Going for extra yardage . . . Quarterback. Bobby Poncik hands the football off to Gary Ramthun as they play against the Bremond Tigers.
Academy won the contest 22-6.
Together we're better . . . Gary Ramthun.
Paul White and fellow players collaborate
on the task of tackling a Bremond player.
J ST BUMPIN' AROUN
Even though they had a 5-4 sea-
son. the varsity team placed sec-
ond in the District Tournament.
Some outstanding members of
the team that received all-district
awards were D'Ann Schnieder
flst teaml. Roxie Hunka fist
teamj, Holly Hunt 12nd teamj,
and Melanie Bruggman Chonora-
ble mentionj. The 1979 Academy
girls volleyball team was under
the leadership of Coach Danny
What a set! Kathleen Ohnheiser sets the ball up to Regina May: Cindy Martin is ready to
Working their way to the top! J. V. Volleyball players prac- Watching attentively! Coach Danny McCray along with his substi-
tutes watch the game with great interest.
tice to be perfect. They are Ctop rowj B. Baugh. C. McCray,
fVarsity Transferj, L. Lisenbe. K. Ohnheiser. T. Bauer-
schslag, Coach D. McCray. tbottom rowj S. Bulls. M. Emer-
son, D. Olson, L. Heller. R. Martinez, T. Coyne
Teamwork! . . . D'Ann Schneider and Holly Hunt work together to
hit the ball over the net. Mary Martin and Melissa Kelso are stand-
ing by for help.
Second Again! Varsity volleyball players
took second in the district tourney. They
were defeated by Thorndale for the sec-
Players arefTop Row: Coach D.
McCray Middle Row: D. Schneider. M.
Bruggman. R. Hunka. M. Kelso Bottom
Row: P. Silvers. R. Presley. H. Hunt. J.
Bruggman. C. Emerson. R. May. Front:
Take it over! Robin Presley bumps the
ball over the net while Melanie Bruggman
and Holly Hunt Wait to see whether Lib-
erty Hill is going to hit the ball,
Bump it up! Varsity volleyball players
practice their thing and warm up before
S-I-N-K, Sink it, Gator, Sink it . . . Shawn
Presley attempts to make two points while
Kenny Ralston, George Tomastik, and
Joey Koenig stand by for the possible
rebound. Academy went on to beat Gran-
ger 69 to 63.
Get up off your feet . . . David Tomastik
tries to score a goal in the Troy game as
Robert Underwood looks on to assure the
points. The Bumblebees massacred the
Trojans 59 to 28.
Jump up high . . . Johnny Stone jumps up
to rebound the ball as Mac Parks waits to
give assistance in the game against Troy.
Rebound . . . Bubba Collins, Gerald
Schneider, and Greg Putska wait for the
rebound as the J.V. takes on Florence.
Academy downed the Buffaloes 67 to 41.
BEES SHUFFLE DI TRICT
What a season! The varsity had a
terrific 20-7 season and finished
3rd in district. All-District awards
were given to Joey Koenig flst
teamj, E. J. Bird 12nd teamj, and
George Tomastik and Paul White
fHonorable Mentionj. Led by
captains, George and E.J., the
team won the Holland Tourney
and for the first time in a number
of years beat Rogers two out of
Aiming for the hoop Members of the
79-80 varsity basketball team are fback
rowj Coach T. George, E. J. Bird, G.
Tomastik, M. Moon, J. Koenig, S.
Presleyg ffront rowj S. Andrews, D.
Curlee, K. Ralston, P. Richards, P. White.
and J. Ralston.
Burnin' the court . . . The Jr. Varsity had a
successful season of I0-5. Members are
Cback rowj Coach G. Barganier. D.
Tomastik, J. Stone. G. Ramthun. M.
Tuerck, B. Collins. G. Schneider, W.
Lisenbe, and M. Parksg fbottom rowj J.
Ashby. L. Craft. G, VanCleave, R.
Underwood, D. Kurecka, G. Putska. and
Dribblin' on up . . . Members of the 79-80
freshmen basketball team are flop rowj
S. Sodek, R. Beasley. B. Bennett, B.
Williams, B. Poncik, R. Grayhek, A.
Schneiderg fbottom rowj K. Owens, V.
Knight, W. Talasek, T. VanCleave, R.
Craft. A. Johnson, and Coach J.D.
WORKI G TO THE TOP . . .
Block shot and ready for rebound . . . Jana Bruggman attempts to block a shot while team- You'd better look alive as Robin Presley
mates Holly Hunt, Robin Presley, and Annette Underwood wait for the rebound. searches for a teammate to throw the ball
to in hopes of two points.
Ten ways to win . . . Varsity team members are: L. Lisenbe, G. Silvers, P. Silvers, R. Presley
A. Underwood, H. Hunt, J. Bruggman, C. McCray, R. Hunka, Coach D. McCray.
Up for two Florence Buffalos' 450
goes up for two but not without the resist-
ance of Cindy Martin and Linda Heller.
Even though the J.V. fought hard, they
were downed by the Florence Varsity 48-
A high hand . .. Rita Martinez gets up a high hand during the Academy J.V. vs. Florence
varsity game, which was held during the annual Academy Tournament.
Second Hand . . . Underclassmen take the responsibility of gaining experience on the basketball court under
the supervision of Coach Danny McCray. They had a 6-6 season. J.V. basketball team members are: Coach
D. McCray, T. Bauerschlag, B. Braeutigam, M. Emerson, T. Norman, N. Lynn, K. Baker, C. Martin, L.
Heller, R. Martinez, and D. Olson. S
Faster than a speeding bullet . . . Sprinter
Jana Bruggman struggles for a top posi-
tion in the 200 meter dash in the Bruce-
ville-Eddy Relays, but was only able to
Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound
. . . Hurdler Annette Underwood shows
her winning form as she takes first in the
Bruceville-Eddy Relays at Robinson.
And it's Su-per women . . . Members of the
girls varsity track team are ftop rowj C.
McCray, J. Bruggman, P. Silvers, H.
Hunt, K. Ohnheiser, C. Emerson, L.
Lisenbe, Coach D. McCray, fbottom rowj
T. Prater, K. Underwood, N. Lynn, R.
Presley, R. May, G. Silvers, A.
Underwood and M. Zarosky. The team
won three meets and placed second in
district in the l980 track season.
And it's wonder girls . . . Members of th
e Jr. Varsity 1980 girls' track team are ftop rowj L
Heller, R. Martinez, B. Braeutigam, K. Summers, C. Martin, Coach D. McCray fbottom
rowj S. Bulls, T. Bauerschlag, T. Norma
n, M. Emerson, T. Coyne, and K. Baker
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It's a bird, it's a plane . . . No, it's hurdler Joey Koenig. Joey had a
very successful year placing 2nd in district, enabling him to com-
pete in the regional meet.
Give it all you've got. . . Greg Pustka shows style in the l00m. dash
to help our boys cinch 5th place in the Lexington track meet.
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Movin' on . .. Members of the varsity
track team are ftop rowj S. Presley, J.
Koenig, E. J. Bird, G. Tomastik, G. Ivey,
W. Lisenbe, M. Ramsey: fmiddle rowj J.
Stone, S. Wheeler, G. Ramthun, P.
Cortese, J. Ralston, R. Barganierg Cbottom
rowj G. Pustka, D. Curlee, P. White, R.
White, R. Underwood, R. Ramthun.
Streaking? . . . Jr. Varsity track team
members are: Ctop rowj Coach T. George,
B. Parks, T. Colacino, D. Mooney, B.
Williams, S. Andrews, M. Tuerck, R.
Collins: fmiddle rowj V. Schiller, R.
Hester, L. Craft, R. Harmon, T. Love, B.
Bennett, B. Poncik, M. Parks, fbottom
rowj R. Craft, K. Owens, A. Schneider, F.
Vasicek, B. Tomastik, V. Knight, W.
Talasek, D. Easley, R. Chudej.
A miss or a hit . . . That is the question . . . EJ. Bird swings hard in wl19l'9'S the balrrf? 50011 Behr digs if Out Of his EIOVC While Kenny
hopes of getting a hit against the Liberty Hill Panthers, as team- Ralston offers advice during a game against the Liberty Hill Pan-
mates cheer him on.
Top pitchers for the 1980 Bum-
blebee baseball team were Mark
Freedle and Kenny Ralston.
Catcher, George Tomastik and
shortstop, Scott Behr made many
exceptional plays. First baseman,
EJ. Bird, second baseman,
Kenny Ralston, third baseman,
Johnny Stone, left fielder, Wayne
Lisenbeg center fielder, Donald
Curleeg and right fielder, Paul
White all made great plays in aid-
ing the team to their many victo-
ries. Designated hitter for the
Bees was Mike Moon.
thers. With remarkable quickness Scott then threw out the batter at
Homemn hitters . . . Members of the Jr. Varsity baseball team are: ftop rowj M. Tuerck, W.
Williford. D. Mooneyg fmiddle rowj R. Craft, T. Van Cleave, W. Talasek, R. Chudej, R.
Blackmong fbottom rowj Coach G, Barganier, K. Owens, R. Hester, V. Schiller, and G. Van
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attempt to strike out the batter from Liberty Hill. His pitching Cinch the win against Troy and the district championship. The Bees
helped to win the game. beat the Trojans 8-0.
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Super Sluggers . . . Members of the varsity baseball team are: ftop rowj M. Freedle, G.
Tomastik, S. Behr, K. Ralston, EJ. Bird, P. Richardsg fmiddle rowj B. Poncik, P. White, M.
Moon, D. Curlee, D. Kurecka, D. Braeutigamg fbottom rowl G. Pustka, L. Craft, W.
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Close encounters During the Troy
game at Academy, Mac Parks dives back
for first after he decides second base is not
the right choice after all.
Exciting was the word for the
1980 AHS baseball season. The
team beat Troy 8-0 to cinch the
district title. After defeating
Shiner 3-l for the Bi-district
championship, the Bees lost to
Evadale in the first round of the
regional playoffs. The game was
finally decided after five extra
innings of play with Evadale tak-
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"Anticipation is making me wait" . . . In
the Academy dugout the team looks on
with anticipation and suspense in the
game against Evadale.
The swinging singles . . . Members of the
golf team are Qfront rowj P. Panepinto, R.
McAdams, D. Curlee, R. Underwoodg
fback rowj J. Stone, W. Lisenbe, J.
Koenig, and Coach T. George.
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Goin' up in style . . . A new band hall gives pride and
much needed space to the growing band. It will be
completed by September 1980.
Slur, Staccato. It's music, music, music . . .
Hard work, concentration, and lots of
practice paid off for the band this year as
they won several trophies with their first
division ratings at contest in Holland.
A-C-A-D-E-M-Y Academy The band
gives the pep rallies an extra bit of excite-
ment as they play such favorites as "The
Horse" and "The Aggie War Hymn".
When the saints go marching in .. . Band
members practice marching during the
summer to prepare for half-time perform-
ances at the football games.
MARCHI G I TO A NEW
Applause! Applause! With flags unfurled and circle drills, the band '15 it Snow! lg: it Snow! Let it Snow! Filling hearts with the
received rounds of applause on Homecoming night. Christmas spirit, the band plays many old-time favorites at their
annual Christmas program.
The 1979-80 Bumblebee Band: ffront rowj M. Beimer, C. Sexton, P, Kamenicky, J. Cook, D. May Qdrum majorj, S. Bulls, A. Mann
L. Heller, R. Albright, D. Kennong fmiddle rowj K. Summers, B. Olson, K. Martin, V. Canady, D. Tyler, L. Ohnheiser, G. Scott,
R. Smith, J. Peterson, K. Howell, T. Coyne, A. Schneider, L. Hollas, K. Owens, Qback rowj I. Strmiska, N. Peterson, P. Smith, S.
McDaniel, J. McBryde, J. Carlson, T. Ingram, C. Bartee, K. Koenig, C. McCray, J. Bruggman, P. Kubacak, M. Williams, R.
Harmon, P. Moore, B. Williams, D. Glaser, V. Knight, C. Bartek, K. Beadle, B. Cawthong fstandingl M. Ralston, C. Bauerschlag,
L. Strmiska, N. Campbell.
V-V-V-I-C-T-O-0-O-R-Y . . , Cheerleaders Robin Presley. Milissa
Vasicek, Rhonda Robinson and Cheri Emerson lead the yells at
the pep rally urging us on to a win.
O We strut our stuff!! Adding pizzaz to the halftime per-
gh formance are twirlers ftop rowy P. Silvers, H. Hunt
95. fheadj K. Ohnheiser. Cbottom rowj G. Silvers, T. Bauer-
Gettin' it together . . . Twirlers get it together as they perform at the
weekly pep rally during football season.
Build that spirit up! Cheerleaders create enthusiasm which vibrate
the halls on Fridays during football season. Spirit builders are: R.
Presley, K. Baker, M. Martin, M. Vasicek. C. Emerson fheadj and
R. Robinson fmascotj.
PEPPIN' AN TEPPI '
Get that Elk . . . Mary Martin and Kristy
Baker, varsity cheerleaders, shower Karen
Schneider, alias the Elk, with confetti in
preparation for the big showdown with
the Evant Elks. The Bees went on to win
Inspiring spirit Mary Martin. Milissa Vasicek. fcheerleadersj
Holly Hunt and Kathleen Ohnheiser ftwirlersl get the pep rally
rolling before the Reisel vs. Academy game.
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Shout it out! Members of the Pep Squad flop rowj B. Ellison. K.
Schneider. R. Castle. Mrs. R. Arp. Spon. Cbottom rowj L, Piaz, S.
McAdams promote spirit at pep rallies and football games. l 95
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Hats off to the Drill Team! This year was the first year for AHS to have an organized drill team that performed along with the band at
halftime. Members are CTop Rowj: B. Carter, L. Lisenbe, D. Olson, M. Bruggman, J. Love, and R. Mayg fMiddle Rowj: R. Hunka Ccaptj,
and K. Underwood Qcaptjg CBottom Rowbz B. Baugh, K. Kurecka, T. Norman, and T. Coyne.
We got style! . . . Says Barbara Carter, Regina May, Darla
Olson and Jan Love while perfomiing at the Thomdale pep
Do your thing! The drill team members know exactly what to do as
they perform at the Bartlett pep rally.
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Clowning around . .. FHA officers Barbara Carter, Cheri Emerson, and Sherry Shepherd
pallll themselves up for the Easter parties in the elementary school.
Move over Kenny Rogers, here comes "C0cam0-Joef' . . . Joey Koenigjams down on his gui-
tar accompanied by Stanley May and Paul Richards. The band attended both the area and
state meets. Besides being active in the Academy FHA Band, Paul was chosen as a member
of the FHA State Choir and Stanley was selected as an alternate.
Steppin' in style . .. Darla
Olson and Sandra McAdams
step out with the new styles of
the 80's. They modeled clothes
from Seven Bar Western Wear
and Elaine's in Belton at the ,bo
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We are the Future Homemakers of Amer-
ica . . . The members of FHA strive
toward a perfect organization.
"Show us the true and perfect way"
FHA officers are: K, Underwood, VP of
Relations: C. Emerson, VP of Encounterg
H. Hunt. VP of Recreation: S. Shepherd,
VP of Programs: B. Carter, pres.g K.
Foshee, sec.: A. Doskocil, treas.g and N.
Ehrig. spon. They led the club in many
group activities such as selling chocolate
Easter eggs, presenting a puppet show,
selling the traditional Tom Watt, playing
Easter Bunny, and attending the area
meeting in San Antonio. Barbara Carter.
club president, was chosen area treasurer.
Toward new horizons. . . Karen Schneider,
Georgia Johnson, Holly Tomastik and
Kim Foshee look toward new horizons as
they pack for their trip to Houston and
the state FHA meeting.
ILDI G BETTER
Our Heroes . . . Members of the FHA-HERO are: Ctop rowj M. Kelso. G. Johnson. K. Jarma. H. Tomastik. Mrs. B. Evans. spon.: tbottom
rowj B. Castle, VP of Public Relations: E. Whittenburg. Pres.: B. White. Treas.: D. Tovar. Sec.: T. Martinez. VP of Projects: S. Kasa. VP of
Programs: A. Doskocil. VP of Encounter: K. Foshee. VP of Recreation. Club projects included selling candy and Tom-Watt.
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Hero at large . . . Bobby Castle traveled to Washington D.C. to rep- Hard working Heroes . . . HECE students Sandra Kasa.
resent the AHS FHA-HERO as a national nominee. Edie Whittenburg, and sponsor Mrs. Evans study rela-
tionships between employees and employers, striving to bg
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Low men on the torture pole . . . Freshmen Ag class members start
their careers as good FFA members in the position of Greenhand
members. As Greenhands the freshmen learn parliamentary proce-
dure and other important aspects of FFA. Greenhand members
are ttop rowy R. Harmon. W. Talasek, B. Williams, Travis Love, B.
Bennett. R. Beasley, B. Poncik. T. Van Cleave, J. McBryde:
fbottom rowj S. Wheeler. R. Chudej. A. Johnson. M. Ancira, V.
Knight. A. Schneider. S. Sodek. R. Grayhek. G. Dixon.
Putting out a lot ol' effort are Freshmen Quiz Team members: R.
Harmon. M. Ancira. J. McBryde. R. Grayhek.
Parliamentary Procedtne Whizzes . . . are B. Williams 1treas.J. A.
Johnson lsentinell. V. Knight treporterl. S. Sodek tpresj. B. Ben-
nett 4sec.l. A. Schneider tvice-pres.l. B. Poncik tstudent advisorl.
This greenhand conducting team proves its ability in memoriza-
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bers increase their knowledge of agricul-
ture as they participate in many Ag. rela-
ted programs and class work.
We know how .. . to conduct a meeting.
The FFA Conducting Team shows its tal-
ent in conducting a meeting under the
Robert's Rules of Order at the Regional
meet. Members are: P. Cortese, J. Koenig,
M. Moon, D. Kurecka, R. Ramthun, and
These are not bus drivers They are
faithful FFA officers who supply the lead-
ership for their growing organization.
They are: fTop rowy M. McCray fadvi-
soryg M. Moon fpresjg D. Curlee fsenti-
neljg fMidd1e rowj P. Cortese ftreasjg R.
Ramthun fvice-pres.Jg fBottom rowy J.
Koenig freporterjg D. Kurecka fsecj
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The members of the 1979-80 Bumblebee Annual staff areg ftop rowj Mrs. R. Jones fadvj, K. Owens CPhoto.J, T. Ross CAsst. Sportsj, L.
Lisenbe fLayoutJ, K. Underwood fAsst. Sportsj, M. Hunt fAsst. Classj, M. McCray CAds Ed.J, D. May fPhotoJ, M. Krumnow fClass Ed.J
Mrs. J. Monk fAdv.Jg fbottom rowj K. Schneider fBus. Ed.j, G. Silvers fAsst. Organj, R. Hunka CEd.J, H. Hunt CAsst. Organj, R. May fAsst.
Ed.j, M. Martin CAsst. Bus.J. Not picturedg D. Schneider fSports Edj J. Howell fphotob, and R. Gibson CAsst. Bus.J.
Say "Cheese" please . . . Kerry Owens focuses in
on his subject as he puts in extra time as an
annual photographer. The annual was able to
add a new Canon AE-l camera and telephoto
gk lens to enable the darkroom staff to take better
eg, school pictures.
Dear Sir . . . Karen Schneider, Business Ed., gives all her attention to the
correspondence of the annual staff. The staff this year was able to pur-
chase two new electric typewriters due to the success of selling T-shirts
Record sales . . . Melinda Krumnow and Rose Gibson sell Harper-
Talasek Funeral Home an ad helping to make the 1980 year a suc- The cards of the annual . . . Members of second period annual staff
cess. The staff made a record 52,500.00 selling ads. take time out to pose for an unscheduled picture taking session.
HARD WORKI G ANNUAL
STAFF? is !
How about a little Espaiiol? . . . Spanish club members are: Ctop rowj Mrs. Hodge, fSpon.J, G. Pustka, T. Robinson, L. King. R. G39
Grayhek, C. Calhoun, T. Love, B. Poncilc, M. Martin, R. Beasley, C. Martin A. Johnson, M. Freedleg fbottom rowj B. Cox, L. 0
Berumen, K. Roberts, L. Piaz, K. Owens, M. Ancira, T. Van Cleave, R. Craft, and J. Van Winkle.
Rocky in the makin' Pat Kubacak strains
during daily workout on the neck
machine. The hydro-gym was purchased
by the Bumblebee Booster Club.
Congratulations Mr. Cooper awards
Terri Coyne a "most Outstanding Band
Member Award" for a job well done.
Terri received this award at the 1979-80
Band Banquet sponsored by the Booster
Forward march .. . Band Booster Club
officers Mrs. C. Owens, pres.g Mrs. M.
Coyne, sec.g and Mrs. C. Moore, rep. led
the Booster Club in a giant step forward.
They raised money this year with football
concession stands, bake sales, and the
annual candle selling project to support
Garage sales, auctions, and keychain sales
. . . kept members of the Bumblebee
Booster Club busy raising money to sup-
port the bees. The 1979-80 officers were:
J. Curlee, pres.g P. Tomastik, sec.g and R.
Pustka, v. pres.
Leading the way . . . Student council members L. Lisenbe, C. Emerson Crep.J, T. Prater Csecj, M. Moon tv-pres.j. B. Poncik. G. VanCleave
Qparlj, and C. Gilliland fpresj voiced their opinion for the entire student body at AHS.
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Working together . .. The theme for this year's PTA is 'gParT-
icipAte', as they work on the annual quilt and scholarship. The
I979-80 officers are: Mrs. M. Newman flst vice presjg Mrs. P.
Smith 12nd vice presgg Mrs. C. McCray fpresjg Mrs. J. Bartek
fsecjg Mrs. B. Benson Ctreasj.
"Excuse me for the following announcements, please" . . . Mr. Hol-
land makes his daily announcements over the new intercom sys-
tem. PTA helped to make this addition possible by raising funds
which amounted to S700.00.
KI G OF THE CASTLE
"To have and to hold" . .. Regina May
leans on E. J. Bird's shoulder as she pleads
for her husband not to leave her.
Burt Reynolds and Robert Redford? No!
It's Darrell Braeutigam playing opposite
E. J. Bird in the final stages of the one-act
Hollywood's next stars? . . . Members of the one-act play are: ftop
rowj E. J. Bird Qmanl, S. Behr fmasked playerj, P. Richards CMusi-
cianhg fmiddle rowj D. Braeutigam Cfriendj, S. May fbusiness part-
nerj, T. Colacino Ccrewj, B. Castle fschoolmasterjg Cbottom rowj
Mrs. R. Jones fsponj, A. Doskocil fmotherj, R. May Qwifej,
Annette Doskocil made all-star cast and E. J. Bird received honor-
able mention in district competition.
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Jackpot Winners . , . Elected to be Mr.
and Miss A.H.S. were Melanie Bruggman
and George Tomastik. They were chosen
because of their active roles and great per-
sonalities at A.H.S. They have also partic-
ipated in many activities throughout their
high school years.
GL, A Model Couple Kristy Baker and Jimmy Ralston Decked out Barbara Carter and Paul Richards were elected
Q6 were chosen Most Ideal because of their ability to get Best Dressed as a result of wearing their finest duds!
0 along with everyone and their fun personalities.
A Good Hand It's the looks that got Melanie Bruggman and
Mark Freedle elected Most Attractive.
Reliable, Responsible, Trustworthy . . . Two very responsible sen-
iors that worked their way to be most dependable are Karen
Underwood and Mark McCray. They are depended on for many
things in their class and in school.
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Jokers Wild . . . And I do mean wild . . . The halls of AHS will long
remember the craziness of the Wittiest people in school. The two in
the middle of all the fun are Milissa Vasicek and Stanley May.
Flipped over sports . . . Most Sportsmanlike was awarded . QQ,
to Holly Hunt and George Tomastik for their athletic
ability in all of the sports in which they participated dur- Q55
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Emerson, Ricky Ramthun, and Mike
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Teamwork . . . The Annual Staff was proud to have four of its merqbers, Holly Hunt, Roxie
Hunka. Karen Schneider. and Mark McCray honored by Who's Who.
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Confucius says . . . Wise sayings can be heard for those chosen for Who,s Who among
American High School Students. Chosen were ftop rowj W. Lisenbe, R. Barganier, P. Rich-
ards. J. Ralston, M. McCray, and R. Ramthung fbottom rowj EJ. Bird, K. Schneider. R.
Hunka, H. Hunt, C. Emerson, and M. Moon.
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Koenig CJrs.j. Jana Bruggman and David Tomastik fSophs.j, and Terri Coyne and Scott Sodek fFresh.J are chosen Class Favorites.
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Baker and C. Bartee Uthj, R. l-lejl and J. White C8thJ, B. Williams and K.
Baker C9thJ, G. Ramthun and K. Ohnheiser fl0thJ, P. Kubacak and R. Rob-
inson fl lthj. The seventh grade andjunior class crowned their candidates by
raising the most money.
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Chris Gilliland and Teresa Prater as their king
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patiently waiting for the arrival of the food.
Eat, Drink, and be Merry . . . Annette Underwood and Shawn Pres-
ley enjoy the meal of steak, baked potatoes, hot rolls, green beans.
salad, and tea that was prepared by Mr. Walter Tomlin, the lunch-
room ladies, and Junior parents.
Dance the night away . . . Calvin Whatley, Sandra Kasa. Cindy
McCray, and Joey Koenig are "slow dancing. swaying to the
music" to tunes provided by the Roadrunners at the Jr.-Sr. Prom.
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iors Chris Gilliland, Paul Richards, EJ. Bird and Mark Freedle.
Steady now . . . Getting the SPJST hall ready for the banquet are juniors
Shawn Presley and Cheri Emerson. The theme of "Dream On" was illustrated
by a rainbow, flowers, and pots of gold.
Laying 'em down . . . Due to their outstanding achievements in the
district track meet. regional qualifiers are Ctop rowj H. Hunt. R.
Presley. J. Bruggman, K. Ohnheiserg Cbottom rowj J. Stone. L.
Lisenbe, K. Underwood, A. Underwood, T. Prater, and J. Koenig.
Top notch K. Howell, B. Williams, A.
Mann, and T. Coyne made All Region
Band for the South Zone as a result of
their hard work.
Thinking is serious business R. Barganier, EJ. Bird. and R.
Ramthun traveled to Victoria for regional competition in U.l.L.
science, slide rule, and number sense events.
The music plays on Members of the all-district band are: Cfourth rowj D. May. R.
Harmon. A. Schneider, B. Williams. W. Talasekg fthird rowj C. Bartek. L. Miller. K.
Howell, M. Martin, L. Marting Qsecond POW, B. Cawthon. J. Cook. C. Bartee, P. Smith. D.
'99, Tyler, K. Koenig: fbottom row, M. Beimer, S. Bulls. D. Glaser, A. Mann. and T. Coyne.
HOME OF THE WINNER . . .
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sense participants E. J. Bird flst placej, B. Bennett f5th placej, and
R. Barganier Ord placej worked such problems to build speed and
accuracy for the meet. E.J. also placed second in slide rule and
attended the regional meet along with Ricky.
2080 words! . . . Being able to spell over 2000 words was the goal of
M. Krumnow and D. Harrison as U.l.L. spelling contestants.
Melinda placed sixth at the meet held in Rogers.
Beakers, bunsen burners and microscopes Questions about
chemistry, biology and physics were part of the science test given
to participants E.J. Bird, R. Ramthun f2nd placel, and R. Barga-
nier Clst placeb. R. Barganier and R. Ramthun went to regional at
Justice and injustice . . . Ready Writers M. Vasicek, K. Owens, and
M. Krumnow use their literary skills in writing on various topics at
the U .I.L. meet.
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Miss Flame, She eompeled in the Bell County Miss Flame Contest tik were chosen by the F.F.A. and F.H.A. as sweetheart and beau.
and was first runner-up.
CBL. Beauties are bountiful . . . Scott Behr, Pep Squad Beau, is surrounded by a harem of some of the prettiest girls at A.l-l.S. They are
Z- Football Sweetheart Kristy Baker CFresh.J, with her court: Karen Underwood fSr.j, Cheri Emerson QJr.J, and Pattie Silvers fSoph.J
Q1 and Homecoming Queen Melanie Bruggman fSr.J, with her court: Teresa Bauerschlag fSoph.J, Lisa Lisenbe CFresh.J and Ginger
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Making the mles of the game . . . Making decisions for school is not an easy task, but the school board members work hard to look after the
best interests of the students. School board members are: B. Heller tv-pres.J, W. Tomlin. G. Walker. G. Comptom Celem. prin.j. B. Entz-
minger tpresj, B. Mahler. B. Underwood tsec.j, E. Lisenbe. J. Holland fh.s. prin.J. and seated is R. Hunt Csuptj.
Long distance is the next best thing to being there. As super-
intendent at Academy for the past ten years. Mr. Hunt has
initiated the construction of many needed improvements on
QQ, the campus. Next year he will reside in Kountze as superin-
6 . tendent of a larger school.
Principally speaking . . . From kindergarten round-up to senior trip
Mr. Jim Holland Ch.s. prin.J and Mr. Garmen Comptom telem.
prin.J participate in all activities concerning the students at Acad-
S GT ALL FUN AND GAME
Itas that time again!
Coach Grady Barganier and Mr. Matt Gregory take a break dur-
ing the task of registering students for school.
Get your tickets here! Superintendent Robert Hunt and Principal
Jim Holland try to sell football tickets at a pep rally.
Come and get it! The lunchroom ladies, Mrs. N. Harmon, Mrs: E.
Gentry, Mrs. B. Ellison, and Mrs. B. Carter bake everything from
homemade rolls to tacos for the elementary and high school stu-
Clean, clean, and clean some more.
Taking time out from the endless routine of keeping everything in
shape around the school buildings are Shorty Carter and Mrs.
Mrs. Robbie Arp
NH-B: B.S.: Business Ed.
Mr. Grady Barganier
SWTSU: B.S.: Sci. and Ed.
Mrs. Marjorie Bird
Sam Houston: B.S.: Math and Ed.
Mr. Carl Cooper
Baylor Univ.: B. Music and M. Music
Mrs. Nila Ehrig
SWTSU: B.S.: Hmg. Ed.
Mrs. Bernice Evans
MH-B: B.S.: Hmg. Ed.
Mr. Tommy George
Howard Payne: B.S.g Ed.
Mr. Malt Gregory
Tarleton State Univ.: B.S.: Ag.
Mr. Jay Don Gommert
MH-B: B.S.: Ed.
Mrs. Myrta Hodge
MH-B: B.S.: Ed.
Mrs. JoAnn Hopper
U.T.: B,S.: Elem. Ed.. Eng., Hist.
Mrs. Rosalind Jones
MH-B: B.S.: Sec. Ed., Eng., Hist.
Mr. Gary Lange
Si. Edward's Univ.g B.S.g Bio.
Mr. Charles Lott
SWTSU: B.S.: M.S.: Ed.
Mr. Danny McCray
MH-B: B.S.: Ed.. Math, H.P.E.
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Mrs. Patsy Moon
Mrs. Audrey Moore
High School Secretary
Mrs. Sherry Moore
Mr. Elton Ramthun
Texas A8LM: B.S.3 Ed.
Miss Pamela Sawyer
Tarleton State Univ.g B.A.g Eng.
Mrs. Nancy Van Loh
Texas Tech Univ.g B.A.g Foreign Lang
Miss Vicki Benner
MH-Bg Elem. Ed.
Mrs. Sharlot Blande
Miss Gayle Conner
SHSUg B.S.g Elem. Ed.
Mrs. .lean Daniel
SWTSUQ B.S.gg Elem. Ed.
Mrs. Sandra Emmons
SWTSUQ B.S.g Elem. Ed.
Miss Theresa Gardner
Baylor Univ.g B.S.g Elem. Ed.
Mr. Parker Glasscock
North Texasg B.S.g M.S.g Elem. Ed.
Mrs. Mary Helen Goodnight
Baylor Univ.g M.A.g Music
Mrs. Nancy Holland
Stephen F. Austing B.S.: Ed.
Mrs. Corene Huffman
MH-B5 B.S.3 Elem. Ed.
Mrs. Sheila Knibbe
SWTSUQ B.S.g Elem. Ed.
Mrs. Kay Lisenbe
Mrs. Linda Mayeux
Texas A8cIg B.S.g Elem. Ed.
Mrs. Sherry Mikulastik
MH-B: B.S.1 Elem. Ed.
Mrs. Carolyn Parks
MH-B: B.S.: Elem. Ed.
Mrs. Pat Ramthun
Mrs. Lois Ann Russell
MH-B3 B.S.: Elem. Ed.
Mrs. Mary Sirny
MH-B: B.S.: Elem. Ed.
Mrs: Paula Umberhagen
Texas Tech: B.S.g Elem. Ed.
Mrs. Kathy Winstead
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Mrs. Joan Wright
Thank you one and all! Valedictorian EJ. Bird gives thanks to
everyone who made it possible for him and his classmates to
On the way to becoming a freebird. Melanie Bruggman receives her
diploma from Mr. G.C. Walker, School Board President, as the
rest of the graduates anticipate the big moment.
Friends, parents, faculty, and fellow classmates Salutatorian
Paul Richards gives the welcome at the commencement exercises
of the first graduating class of the decade.
Don't look a gift horse in the mouth . . . Karen Schneider gives the
last will and testament to some well-deserving underclassmen from
the class of 1980.
DI WINNING YE R
Graduation marks the beginning of a new decade for
the seniors whether it be further education or imme-
diate employment. Special honors were given during
commencement exercises for outstanding achieve-
ments. The top ranking graduates are: E.J. Bird
197.163, the highest average at Academy during the
past 26 yearsj, Paul Richards f92.804J. Teresa Prater
f92.769j, Roxann Hunka f92.440J. and Karen
Schneider 191.3151 Other awards were: American
Legion. P. Richards and K. Schneiderg Math and Sci-
ence, EJ. Birdg PTA and English, M. Freedleg Busi-
ness, M. Bruggmang Social Studies, P. Richardsg
Homemaking, K. Schneiderg Best Athletes, G.
Tomastik, R. Hunka, T. Prater, and K. Underwood:
Citizenship, M. McCrayg Best All-Around, T. Prater
and E.J. Bird.
In the dimension of time . .. Roxann Hunka brings some light
hearted moments into graduation exercises as she gives the class
The One and Only . . . Senior class presi-
dent Paul Richards leads the class in their
victory yell. Darrel Braeutigam, Scott
Behr, and Stanley May provide moral
support. The spirit promoter for the week
was to wear decorated T-shirts.
Our future legislators?? Members of the
senior class 'genthusiasticallyn participate
in Sawyer's government class.
Believe it or not? . . . Promoting spirit was
a natural for the seniors of 1980. At the
Homecoming pep rally the seniors worked
together to decorate a float. They also
invited KTEM's Tony and Chucker to
make a pep talk. The seniors won the pic-
nic award by receiving the most spirit
sticks throughout the football season.
THE E D I EAR
Entertaining . . . Crazy . . . Funny . . . Seniors pull together last minute talent to sing and lead.
underclassmen in carols during the school Christmas party.
B-E-E-S . . . Senior president Paul Rich-
ards leads the school in a "Sting 'em Bees"
yell to get the spirit up at an out door pep
The first graduating class of the
80's began their senior year
enthusiastically competing for the
spirit stick and the crowning of
the carnival king and queen.
They strenuously worked in Little
Dribb1er's and baseball conces-
sion stands and car washes to
raise enough money for their
badly wanted senior trip to Cor-
pus Christi. They were honored
on May 9, 1980 at the Jr.-Sr. Prom
and left in the wee hours of the
morning bound for the sunny
beaches of Corpus.
Dealing out the deck . . . Senior sponsors and class officers lead the seniors 8900
through a successful year. The members are: Coach T. George fsponjg Stanley .QS
May fsec-trea.Jg Paul Richards fpresjg Mark Freedle Qvice-presjg Mrs. R. Jones XXX
Csponbg and Ms. P. Sawyer fsponj.
E. J . Bird
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Ronald McAdams m
Kevin Van Winkle
UNIOR VARIETY PACK
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The green grabber . . . "Mombo,' fWayne
Lisenbej demonstrates his green arm
which was given to him by his secret pep
squader fBelynda Baughj on pep rally
day, as Matt Ramsey seems preoccupied
with the upcoming game.
Look at us, we're helping . . . Greg Pustka
and Tim Dees are busy carrying ency-
clopedias to Mrs. Hopper's fourth period
Clowning around . .. Annette Doskocil
QRaggedy Annj and Kim Foshee fthe
clownj entertain Miss Benner's kindergar-
ten class as a FHA Easter project.
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about the quadratic formula during Mrs.
Bird's Algebra II class.
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It takes togetherness This
year's juniors were a hard
working group under the lead-
ership of class president Cheri
Emerson. The key word for the
class was "teamwork", for
that's what it takes to host the
Jr.-Sr. banquet and prom. To
make money for the Jr.-Sr. fes-
tivities the juniors sponsored
the homecoming sock-hop
fmusic provided by the West-
ern Sunrisej, manned the con-
cessions for all home basket-
ball games, and sold peppe-
rmint candy at Christmas.
Earlier in the year, the class
showed teamwork in its efforts
to collect bingo prizes and sell
donuts thus having its king
and queen candidates crowned
at the carnival.
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Kurecka promises to give Allan John
son his soft drink if he'll pay 356.
As fast as her legs will take her . . . Ginger
Silvers sprints her leg on the 880 yd. relay
at the Robinson track meet. The relay
Planning the prom is serious business . . . Juniors listen to their pres-
ident and sponsor during a class meeting to decide on working in
the concession stand during activity period as a fund raising pro-
We want a touchdown! . . . Vincent Kasa runs out for a touchdown pass in an 80-yard drive
as Mike Moon and Paul Panepinto help block. Kasa caught the pass for a large gain. The
Bees went on to win 21-7 against Florence.
We have deadlines to meet. . . Regina May and Mary Martin work
diligently to finish quad-paks during annual staff.
Participles, gerunds, and Julius Caesar . . . Sophomores work hard
on their grammar and reading skills in fourth period English II
lt's time for a lay up . . . Cindy McCray dribbles down the court as
she plans her strategy for making two points.
Smile, you're on Candid Camera . .. Sandra McAdams, Robin
Presley, Pattie Silvers, Tony Colacino, and fellow classmates take
time out from their classwork to smile for the photographerl
We've got spirit, yes we do . .. The sophomores join together to
show their own class spirit in singing 'gCheers,' at the pep rally. The
sophomores ran a close race with the seniors in the weekly pep
rally spirit stick competition.
A leading hand Sophomore
class officers did a very goodjob in
leading their class through many
activities. The class officers are
Danny McCray fsponj. Gary
Ramthun tv.-pres.y, Pattie Silvers
fsec,-treas.j. and Jimmy Ashby
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Tammy Van Winkle
Five minutes until the bell Kristy
Baker and Tim Van Cleave are on
their last attempt to solve their physi-
cal science problem in Mr. Lange's
Mary Ann Thomas
Timothy Van Cleave
John Van Winkle
Jeremiah was a bullfrog . . . Frogs are a lot
more interesting than microscopes for
Lisa Lisenbe during physical science class.
Are we getting paid for this? Al Schneider
and Randy Harmon are busily putting up
lockers in the new elementary building as
a part of their AG class.
Homework, Homework, Homework!! . . .
Freshmen Belinda Cox, Robert Grayhek,
and Allan Johnson read such great works
as "A Tale of Two Cities' and "Romeo
and J uliet' in English class.
Leading the fish Freshmen start off
their high school career under the leader-
ship of their faithful officers: L. Lisenbe
Cpresj, C. Martin Csec.J, and T. Coyne
fvice-pres.J. Class sponsors are Coach J.
D. Gommert and Coach E. Ramthun.
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Thorndale Bulldogs prepare to get their man.
The ball is up . . . A Thorndale Bulldog fumbles the ball while Ran-
dall Chudej 1215. Oscar Garcia 1145. and Chris Behr C73 attempt to
pull him down.
The 1979 Seventh grade football players are: Crop rowj M. Poncik. R. Chudej, L. Springer,
W. Schneider, R. Tovar, R. Van Winkle, K. McMillan, Coach J. D. Gommert. fmiddle rowy
'Q' R. York, R. Doskocil, T. Lisenbe. O. Garcia. M. Mahler, B. Hutka, O. Garcia, W. Mooney.
Q' fbottom rowj B. Ralston, R. Smith, B. Truelove. P. Baker. B. Hafley, K. Beadle, T. Ingram,
5? J. Terrell.
LEA NING THEB SICS
heal? f0f lily! Coach G0mmert and Coach What a game! The Bumblehees' defense watches as Thorndale gets up off the ground. The
Barganier led the Sth grade team to a 5-4 Bees Won 20-0 againSgTh0mdale,
mem. I I I,Idn
8th Grade Football: Top Row: G. Grayhek. M. Ralston. P. Moore. C. Tomastik, R.
McDaniel, L. Miller, P. Meadows. Coach J. D. Gommertg Bottom Row: G. Clark, M.
Autrey, C. Behr, R. Richardson, V. Canady, A. Champ.
Starting at the bottom . . . The Jr. High volleyball team started at the bottom and worked their way up. Members are: ftop rowj l. Strmiska
M. Beimer, T. Darsnek, J. White, T. Ross, M. Hunt, G. Ivey, M. Westg Cmiddle rowJ C. Bartee. K. Koenig, D. Tyler, J. Cook, T. Braeutigam
P. Smith, L. Strmiska, D. Kennon, fbottom rowb L. Martin, K. Roberts, A. Mann, K. Martin, K. Baker, G. Scott, and M. Ashby.
Warming up . .. Jr. High volleyball play- ,, tt , W if
ers loosen up before playing the Jarrell
Cougars. Even though they played with a
gallant effort, they lost both games, 8-I5
IT'S JUST A DRGP I THE
J-U-M-P, Jump Melanie Jump . . . Melanie Hunt
gets off her feet as she goes for the tip against
Troy Jr. High.
A Fresh Start . . . Junior High girls start their basketball career with a new coach. Members
are . ftop rowj Coach D. McCray, M. Beimer, T. Ross, T. Darsnek, J . White, M. Hunt, G.
Ivey, C. Bartee, K. Marting Qmiddle rowj L. Martin, T. Hobdy, H. Alvarado, D. Kennon, G.
Scott, K. Roberts, M. West, L. Strmiska, D. Tyler, J . Cookg fbottom rowj T. McAdams, S.
McDaniel, P. Smith, K. Baker, A. Mann, T. Braeutigam, and K. Koenig.
Let me tell you how it's done . .. Coach
Danny McCray calls time out to raise the
morale of the Jr. High girls basketball
team while playing the Troy Trojans.
ll-e-b-o-u-n-d . . . As the ball goes up the
for a possible tip in. They won the game
Pulling it together Coach Gommert
works hard to construct a hard working
Junior High basketball team. The mem-
bers are: Ctop rowj R. Richardson, K.
McMillan, G. Grayhek, R. Chudej, P.
Moore, C. Tomastik, M. Poncik, L.
Millerg 12nd rowj V. Canady, G. Clark, C.
Behr, M. Ralston, C. Bauerschlag, E.
Anderson, O. Garcia, T. Lisenbe, M.
Mahler, 13rd rowj C. Bartek, S. Autrey,
K. Howell, R. Van Winkle, M. Autrey, A.
Champ, B. Hutka, M. Berumen, T.
Ingram, Qbottom rowj Coach J. D. Gom-
mert, L. Hollas, B. Hafley, B. Olson, K.
Beadle, B. Truelove, R. Doskocil, and O.
Academy boys prepare
29-12 and later became
Three, two, one We did it! Seventh grade basketball players
Oscar Garcia C531 and Randall Chudej 1451 take the basketball
down the court during the team's last game of the season against
Rogers. The Bees won 36-35 in the last seconds of the game.
Future Olympians . . . Members of the
eighth grade girls track team are: ftop
rowl G. Ivey, M. Hunt, S. Lindsey, D.
Kennong fbottom rowj J. Prater, C.
Alvarado, M. Ashby, and H. Alvarado.
The team came alive at the district track
meet coming in 3rd with 57 points.
Shootin' for the blues . . . The eighth grade
boys track team ended the season with a
4th place in the district meet. The mem-
bers are: ftop rowj B. Olson, G. Grayhek,
C. Bauerschlag, L. Miller, C. Tomastik, R.
Hejl, R. McDaniels, P. Moore, R.
Guthrie. M. Ralston. C. Behr. J. Spiller,
Coach J.D. Gommertg fbottom rowj C.
Bartek. G. Clark, P. Meadows, K. Howell,
D. King, E. Anderson, M. Berumen. A.
Champ, M. Autrey, R. Williamson, V.
On your mark, get set, go . . . The seventh
grade girls track team placed first this year
in district competition. Members of the
team are: flop rowj T. Braeutigam, L.
Martin. K. Koenig. A. Mann, M. Beimer.
C. Bartee. D. Tyler. P. Smith, K. Martin.
S. Spiller: Cbottom rowj L. Strmiska, K.
Roberts. M. West. K, Baker. J, Cook, N.
Campbell. G. Scott and T. Hobdy.
The speed wonders .. . Members of the
seventh grade boys track team are: Ctop
rowj R. Van Winkle, K. McMillan, B.
Hutka, R. Tovar, L. Springer, W.
Schneider, R. Chudej, M. Poncik. M.
Mahler, T. Lisenbe, Coach J. D.
Gommert, fmiddle rowj J. Terrell, R.
York, L. Hollas, R. Doskocil, T. Ingram,
W. Mooney, B. J. Ralston, S. Autrey, O.
Garcia, fbottom rowj O. Garcia, B.
Truelove, P. Baker, K. Beadle, R. Smith
and B. Hafley. The team won three meets
and placed first in the district meet with
Get in the spirit. . .Junior High cheerlead-
ers. twirlers and pep squad form a victory
line and give a mighty battle cry as the
Bees come crashing through.
Teamin' it up . .. Melanie Hunt and Lynn
Ohnheiser pair up as twirlers for the Jr.
High football season. They performed
during half time and at pep rallies giving
the crowd excellent entertainment.
Give a cheer . . . Junior High cheerleaders show their spirit by gtv
ing it all they've got at pep rallies and games for the Jr High and
J.V. teams. The 1979-80 Jr. High cheerleaders are ttopb L Martin
tstandingj A. Mann and K. Martin. tsittingb D Tyler andJ Cook
Spirited group . . . Jr. High pep squad aid
the cheerleaders in helping to promote
spirit for the football team. They are: ttop
rowj M. Beimer. I. Strmiska. K. Koenig.
C. Bartee, D. Kennon, T. Hobdy. S.
McDaniel. tbottom rowj L. Strmiska. M.
Ashby. P, Smith. G. Scott. T. Braeutigam.
and K. Roberts.
my Remember to dot your i's and cross your t's . . . Competitors for Jr.
High UIL spelling C. Bartek Ord placej, J. Cook, and P. Moore
must know plain writing as well as how to spell many words.
Hrl, No! pie are round, combread are square . . . UIL number sense
contestants R. McDaniels, G. Clark 14th placej, and A. Mann 15th
placej must remember several such formulas when competing in
"How do I love thee, Let me count the ways" . . . Poetry participants
M. Ashby, A. Mann, and C. Ohnheiser competed in the UIL Dis-
trict meet at Troy.
Some say it's easy, some say it's not . . . Ready writers P. Baker and
J. Cook wrote on one of many subjects in the Jr. High UIL meet.
Jennifer placed 2nd in the competition.
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Leading the way . . . These 8th grade class
officers, G. Lange Csponj, M. Ralston
fsec.-treas.J, V. Canady Cpres.j, R.
McDaniels fvice pres.J, G. Barganier
fspon.J set a good example and lead the
class through the year and their money
making projects. The 8th Grade held a
bake sale and a raffle to raise money for
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Bee Power . . . Eighth grade captains of the week, Chris Behr and
Clifford Tomastik, set the team rolling for victory at the Jr. High
Nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs . .. Darlene Guthrie
and classmates try to keep the parts of speech straight in
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graders show early leadership by electing
responsible class officers. They are J.
Monk fsponjg A. Mann fsec.-treasjg B.
Truelove fvice-pres.Jg S. Autrey fpresjg P.
Sawyer fsponj. The seventh graders
worked hard during carnival to raise
money by washing cars and holding a
bake sale. As a result their King and
Queen were crowned.
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Plants, People, and Protozans . . . Seventh graders study
I all forms of life in Coach Ramthun's class.
Future Mark Twains? Ricky Smith, Leonard Hollas, Amy Mann,
and Michelle Beimer work hard in Miss Sawyer's reading and
spelling class trying to complete their book reports.
BEAUTY AND BRAI
he royal court- The elementary kings and queens are: Kindergarten: Jennifer McNeill
and James Barrett: First: Alissa Hobdy and Edward Evans: Second: Jana Trainer and
Bobby Ramthun: Third: Tracy Jones and Rex Wilson: Fourth: Patti Ramthun and
Michael Albright: Fifth: Cindy Ohnheiser and Todd Cunningham: Sixth: Kim Norman
and Randy Andrews. The second grade candidates Jana Trainer and Bobby Ramthun are
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grade candidates for king and queen. are crowned at the Russell Hejl and Julia White.
annual carnival October 27, 1979.
Hemingway or Alcott? The elementary ready writers are C. Fischer,
S. Ashby, K. Beck, and K. Owens.
Speak out . . . Oral readers that competed at the U.I.L. meet are A.
Harrison, S. Ramthun, L. Silvers, and B. Ehrig.
Do we look like a Picasso? Picture Memory competitors are J. Ben-
nett, C. Ohnheiser, M. Albright, D. Bartek, T. Trevino, and M.
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious .. . U.I.L. Spellers L. Ferguson,
R. Williams, M. Trevino and L. Wiley did't have as hard a time
spelling this word as the Annual Staff did.
Tellin' it like it is . . . L. Peh1,T. Manning, and L. Bird participated
in the U.I.L. story-telling contest in which Laura Pehl placed 2nd.
796+ 13 . . . Number sense competitors K. White, R. Win- S-5
nett, E. Bird, and R. Andrews practice mathematical skills
before attending the U.I.L. meet. 'XS'
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play to Cheese it" for the camera.
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School's almost out . . . Fifth graders show
great interest in finishing their work in
Miss Conner's class.
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Bolivia in her social Studies class.
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IN MEMORY OF:
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draws a blank when it comes to school
work while Alissa Hobdy works steadily
on her paper.
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skills using phonics.
Math Drills . . . Beth Richards works on
math worksheet in Mrs, Daniel's class.
Fireman lVIike':'. . Mike Tovar, kindergar-
ten student, smiles with pleasure as he
poses for the camera dressed in the fire-
man suit borrowed from Miss Benner's
It only hurts a little while . . . Miss Benner
comforts Wade Whiteside after he was
smashed in the nose while playing on the
One, two, three, cheese .. . Kindergarten
students ham it up for the camera.
Robots need love, too . . . The PTA Robot
makes many friends with the Academy
kindergarten students. The PTA Robot
was the theme for the PTA membership
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Special people make special friends . . . Tim Vrana and Kevin Shil- Nothing like a walk on a sunny day. . . Mrs. Sirney and Rory Scarlet
ler take time out to make friends with some first grade boys during get their daily exercise while walking from the elementary building.
Break Time . . . Special Ed. students take a
break from playing during recess.
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TEMPLE, TEXAS 76501, 817-778-2711 TEf'!55ESTiEfgK'
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Milissa Joyce Vasicek
"WE LOVE YOUV'
Dad, Mother, Frank Kevin, and Milinda
"May All Your Dreams Come True"
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Books, Hallmark Cards,Gifts
THE BOOK END
Gerry Mayer C81 77 773-5071
South Loop Shopping Center
Temple, Texas 76501
Open 24 hours
Specializing in home cooking
Berger Road Exit I.H. 35 N.
TEXAS HYDRAULICS, INC
3410 Flange Road
Box 1067 0 Temple, Texas 76501
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2001 South Loop 363
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2900 Thornton Lane
Temple, Texas 76501
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Wlofjqrm .4 foci' Svzwkf Rogers, Tex. Cathy Rlchter
KEYS MADE - sAFEs ssnvuceo Temple phone 773-3227
W. T. MORGAN 103 N, KINGS TRAIL
Owner LITTLE RIVER. TEXA976554
COUFAL EQUIPMENT CO INC.
Highway 96 South
P.O. Box 3878
Temple, Texas 76501
Lawn 84 Garden Equip.
C 8I J GARAGE
TUNE UP AND WRECKING SERVICE
PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
"We want to be a part of your Life?
Curtis Petty 817-982-4911
joe Moon Academy, Texas
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1220 West Ave. M 0 Temple, Texas 76501
TEMPLE NEWS AGENCY,
1204 Industrial Blvd.
P.O. Box 1090 '
Temple, Texas 76501
AL's BAR-B-Q BARN No. 2
301 South 2nd se.
TEMPLE - 77s-34st
BELTON OFFICE PRODUCTS
214 East Central -Be1tOn,TX-
Phone: 939-5734 Open 8-5
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Agriculture Electronic Data Processing Medical Secretary
Air Conditioning Electronics Microbiology
Applied Music Ensembles Music
Art Engineering Nursing
Auto Mechanics English Physical Education
Band - Concert and Jazz Fashion Merchandising Physics
Biology 1 Fire Protection Technology Pre-Law
Bio-Medica French Pre-Medical
Business German Psychology
Cardiology- Government Radio-TV
Electroencephalography Health Refrigeration
Center for Academic Progress History Respiratory Therapy
Chemistry Home Economics Secretarial Science
Choir Journalism Sociology
Computer Operation Keypuzich Spanish'
Czech Law Enforcement Speech
Design Management Theatre
Drafting and Design Mathematics Typing
Economics Mechanics Vocational Nursing
Education Medical Laboratory Voice
Medical Records Welding
We've been at it since l926, so our reputation has grown among businesses, industries
and institutions of higher learning. Find out for yourself - come visit our campus!
TEMPLE JUNIOR COLLEGE
LITTLE RIVER AG-CHEM INC.
Custom Application come rain or shine
Liquid Fertilizer Liquid Feed Insecticides
Herbicides Top Quality Seed Custom Application
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The Over 25 Private Club
White Farm Equipment
Crust Buster Grain Drills
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Get your Class Rings from the Diamond
BRITT DRUG STORE
Hwy. 95-93 Best Wishes to All
BOX 435 the People of Academy
Temple, Texas 76501
Phone 773-2409 Your County Treasurer
ROY T. SHEPPARD
Gantenbein Ford Sales
Interstate 35 South
P. O. Box 449
Belton, Texas 76513
YORK'S TIRES AND
Hwy 36 -:- Heidenheimer
Mechanics on Duty 983-2321
ACTION WORLD BOWL 8.
IQENE FINCH ADA BETH FINCH
Ameruean Handicrafts East Loop 363
"You'll Love Our Prim"
An ond Croft Supplies
95321250015 39953225 TEMPLE BOW LERAMA
P Pl ram 77650176
'IAETOSVT 31323. Temple, Texos 76501 57th at I-35
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PECAN PLAZA 1401. So. 31st St.
l817J 778-3865 Temple, Texas 76501
TEMPLE CHEMICAL COMPANY
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2507 w. Adams CCQfrQf,ulfg12nS
Temple, Texas phone: 817-773-5167 ..-,HE HONEYBEES..
Rebecca Jo Monk and
Tiffany Colette Jones
301 South First
We're Here To Help
402 No. Main 2820 Thornton Lane Hwy. 317 at 24th 2200 Cen-Tex
Temple Loop 363 Temple Belton Expressway
778-2751 773-9013 939-3749 Killeen
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NATURAL WOM EN,S COSMETICS
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642-3366 642-3538 l8l7l 77847600 Temple. Texas 76601
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TEMPLE, TEXAS 76501
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DREWS CONSTRUCTION CO.. INC.
IIIJ SOUTH JJN1 STREET ' P D BOX .1106 ' TEMPLE. TEXAS 76501
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Belton, Tx. 76513
JOI-INNIE'S OFFICE MACHINES
SALES V SERVICE - RENTALS - SUPPLIES
AIine's Klothes Klosei I7 SOUTH M
206 E. Main
Little River, Texas
Open Fri. 81 Sat. Only
Temple's Finest om r G EO c EC RTERS
Family Department Store CEL? E ,E S O
301 North 3rd
Temple Tx Ph. 773-6200
BEST wus:-:Es TO THE cLAss
Identification Tags for Livestock
Woridt at i'Man,s Best Friend
Wider In Quahfy Soundw COMPLIMENTS OF
stgr 0 home stereo systems .
and auto stereo AllISOl1, MGYOI'
1201 South 57th TCXHS
Dealer -- American Clipper Mini Motor Homes 5 E gPGC3l'1 Plaza
RAY STALLINGS 1717 west AVE H
qnflotor eo TEMPLE, TEXAS 76501 Ph. 817!778-0688
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RAY STALUNGS 778 3842 3157 So. 31 St.
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OUR SPECIALTIES INCLUDE:
Large Selection of Salads
lgreen, fruit. gelatinl
Freshly Baked Hot Breads
Tender Roasts 8. Steaks
Garden Fresh Vegetables
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Homemade Pies and Cakes
Compare our Satellite Plates for pre-teen
children in price, quality and quantity.
We're located at the Main Entrance
to the Temple Mall. Service
continuously 11 A.M. to 8:30 P.M.
7 DAYS A WEEK
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FOR THE FUTURE
DONA'S TEXACO AND GROCERY
5:30 a.m.-10:00 p.m.
7:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.
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Ave G. and South Third St.
Temple, Texas 76501
VSM M1111 DRUGS
A Complete Drug Store
Fine Gifts 84 China Drugs 84 Fountain
18171 778-1304 N nncu hqa
ELBERT ALDRICH REALTOR, INC.
18 North 3rd.
Temple Floral Company
Farm 84 Ranch Properties, Commercial Temprgla-2gLel765oi Prg3iJtnO1giclSageIIOii:I1er
MID-TEXAS ARTIFICIAE LIMB CO.
1229 SO. 31st T.
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FRANK SEFCIK' Owns' COMPLETE PROSTHETIC SERVICE
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Res: Sears, Roebuck and Co, Building
Taylor, Texas Phone 778-3861
512-352-7880 Phone 774-SQ4
' LATE MODEL SALVAGE BOUGHT AND SOLD '
MCNAMARA AUTO PARTS
JOE McNAMARA, OWNER
LOCATED ON HIWAY
WEST OF BELTON
C81 75 939-6041
Route 4, Box 4042
QQ Belton, Texas 76513
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24 Hour Wrecker Service: Ronnie White Used Cars 81 Trucks
Ronnie White-982-4614 Vehicle Inspection
Gifts, Jewelry, Art Plaster
Norma Lee Sablich
JONES HOME 8. AUTO
BEL-TEX FENCE CO.
515 Ave. G
' ' Temple, Texas 76501
RCA-Zenith-Sylvania SINCE 1907
102 East Central I S
Belton, Tx. 76513
Light Commercial, Residential and all
Garry and Dave McMillan, Owners
Rt. 2, Box 268-A
After 4:30 P.M. 8l7!773-3127
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FROM 4:30 - 9230 P.M.
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817 f 983 3402 TEMPLE TEXAS 76501
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520 W. Ave G Temple, Texas 76501
LEONARD ROI-IAN W"""s' "'l's""m"5 BUSINESS 773-3554
SCOTT AND WHITE
GOODYEAR Complete Car-Care
Tires and Batteries Farm and on the Road
"The Ring Leaders"
TEMPLE MALL-TEMPLE, TX
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Congress at 8th Highland Mall
11 N. 4th St., Temple-Ph. 773-6878 472-2485 Austin 453-7371
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T. A. MOSLEY Chevrolet CO.
Hwy. 95 Souih
BARTLETT, TEXAS 76511
982-4260 PHONE Afc 817-527-3301
SL T. A. MOSLEY TEMPLE PHONE: 817f77B-2865
KOONSEN'S GROCERY, HOLLAND FOOD
MART, AND WASHATERIA
CHIPS, CANDY, CIGAFQETTES, 58- ETC. OPEN
6:30 AM-10:00 PM Monday-Saturday
ph tem 939 323, 8:00 AM-10:00 PM Sunday
SONNY WOOLEY 202 S MAIN
Owner BELTON TEXAS 76531 Holland, Texas
TOWN 8. COUNTRY
INVITESYOU TO THE CORNER
SUPERIOR CHAIRCRAFT CORPORATION
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204 N. East St.
DATSUN BIG "3" AUTO SUPPLY
2420 W. Ave. Nl 778-5223
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2501 Thornton Lane
Loop 363, Temple, Texas
PRINTING 81 OFFICE PRODUCTS, INC.
"A Family Serving Familiesv
3220 South 51st
We Honor all burial policies regardless of
CENTRAL TEXAS Ist AND FOPEIVIOST
COUNTRY MUSIC VOICE
BEL-HI GROCERY 81 STATION
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9th and Adams -- Tem Ie, Texas 76501
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THE SONIC DRIVE IN
810 E. Central
Mexia, Texas 76661
Tommy and Carolyn Campbell
104 North 43rd-off Hwy. 36 West
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COCHRAN, BLAIR, AND
221 E. Central
Complete Department Store
WELDERS SUPPLY COMPANY
800 East 6th Ave.
BELTON, TEXAS 76513
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