Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1961

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I A' V. 63 'x 34 'E' sl 4 4 5 X g Q' fx xl .. .L 1 " ' - . - F V 0 ., xy N . rr in X, if ww FK N. S Y x r ffl li l l , T l f in l l lt? GRE W UR l i The World today is one of constant change. The past year has been one of Worldwide change. K X if , 1' YN- The World has been an ever-shrinking one for ' H i yy but ca y 1 . ,Q K E ' many decades, but improvements in air travel in X F fy n I, D ' ,q,f g ,intl t X "NA 1' Illxvl recent months have brought the nations of the be TLS if W f 'M earth even closer to each other. Since countries LV XT if A it if A iilii lu of the Old World with their beauty and charm, if W K to frftw' their culture, fascinating customs, their rich X K XX VJ' history of turbulent bygone times, are now in ver truth our next door nei hbor, we, The Oak , Y 8 1 X iid. Staff, ask you to travel with us on an eight day yt Eb: 7, if ,ki X 'sit to our friends of other lands. tl day it fi , P lm V 1 ' ft W L5 ty J r S 1 ' 'lj 'lj VV ' l 35' Q! 5' M N lv git . 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" t 1 giggiig as 5 ,ig gg 2 w .. - ' '- A' 4' ' A assi? fijlgji' 11 T,::?g,iS-fwf' kj E if .ar if Wiz .F .iz E . grep. :gk .. ...lt .. .... l ,,,, .. 2?5'Sf'35?5531115fiivs f f'sa2 slit-eta. " A J? . M . Ql- The assembly included marionette skits and Broadway dance routines. The Adamson ROTC had their annual federal inspection on Monday morning before school. The group rated top in the city. On Wednesday, the yearly Career Clinics were held here at school. This year was a huge success and helped many students decide their profes- sions. "Pro ball can prove profitable." T "Nursing can prove a helpful profession, girls." 5 25 P After a month of hard practice, Miss Hedde and The National Thespians presented their version of "Queen for a Day." Madaline Parrish, who wanted votes, was elected Queen. 25 1 The Student Council sponsored Twirp Week from March 23 to 27. The week featured a different activity for each day of the week and was climaxed by the Sadie Hawkins Dance on Friday night. TWlRP WEEK WlNNERS Mr. Loud Sport Shirt, Kenny Persons, most medals Mr. Medals and Awards, Tommy Powers, loudest and awards, Jill Grabbe, and Grover Vines, Mr. Neck blouse, Jeanne Williams, and Buddy Brister Q? ? ?J. Tie. Queens of Western Day, Sandy Reynolds, Laurie Three walking jewelry stores. McKe1vin, and julie McKelvin. Winners of the Sadie Hawkins Dance, Judy Talent and Benny Horton. 6 EKU? - APRHL The National Honor Society initiated fifty-three new members on the assembly. 1 T The coaches presented an assembly in honor of all the athletes at Adamson. Each one was recognized and some presented their letter jackets. 21 1 The down town branch of the library came to the school and conducted a book fair for the seniors. The purpose of the event was to acquaint them with young adult reading. The library was set up as a carnival and each assistant conducted a different type of review. The seniors learned many new things about adult reading. Many learned to appreciate books. "The Girl From Outer Space" was pre- sented by the Seniors as their play in the school auditorium. Judy Summers played the lead. "Well, she's sure not one of us." "No, no, put down that gun." Jimmy Runnels acts as principal. Tardy cards are given by Yvonne Harris, Secretary of the Student Council. Student Day is held at Adamson each year to test the student's leadership abilities. A student teacher is selected to teach each class. Assistant principal, Don Taylor. MAY 6 -'- After over a month of screening and campaigning, seventeen Candidates tried out for cheerleader before the Student Body. Each couple led the group in one yell and after the assembly all students voted in first period classes. 563155. 13 cafi l "W" the cbeeileade The 1 ,V fff . u W, MEYN gtg ills 16565 bl! eleqlcn 12611 to are exp Week 001 W YDSQKS . t0OAIr .ous m0 .51 d. nd Sen zffere 'ienSC 3 'If 3 PP6al.anCe durlhg d from these cailfiidates' e f r boils Wefe ded ou .W V Four gms and llll 1 Select Chorus presented the Gilbert and Sullivan musical, "The Mikado." After many hours of hard work and practice, the show ran for three nights with much success. This was the second year the group, sponsored by Mr. Joe Teague, pre- sented the Broadway musical. The McGuire Sisters fHong Kong stylej. Pooh-Bah ...... Nmzki-P00 Ko Ko ..... . Pitti-Sifzg ....... Yum- Yum The Mikado Peep-B0 ...... K Lllifhd ........ Piyla-Tmh .. CAST Ronnie Eubanks David Clark Larry Garner Wanda Deavers .Janie Copeland John Barber Connie Faulkner Elaine Marzolf Richard Biggs Bright color and beautiful voices marked the second production of the Gilbert and Sullivan musical, "The Mikado." "- The long awaited moment finally arrived. The Oak presentation marked a special day for all. After a year of hard work, many complications, and worries, the ideas of the 1960 Staff returned produced in the form of a yearbook, The Oak. flj Pat Hunt, editor, presents the Oak to the Student Body. C25 Doctor Frances Freese, teacher of mathematics, receives the dedication. GJ Orchids go to Mrs. Morell Moore, sponsor of the Oak, ffij An expression of gratitude goes to Mr. Finley, who spent many hours of hard work on the Oak business. Q55 A chance to express our friendship. ' As a climax to the spring semester, the Baseball Queen at the Sunset game on April 19. Students voted when game. They voted for the girl of their choice. The one Queen and the next three, princesses. and Princesses were announced the urchased a ticket to an Y P Y getting the most votes became BASEBALL PRINCESSES jill Grabbe Mary Louise Dailey Sue Tucker wirxgsffaisffffra,-alum immskvammiiilgiemik' BASEBALL QUEEN Judy Philbrick My f JUNE3 If a picture is worth a thousand words, there's no need to write another sentence on this page. The excitement, the enthusiasm, the happiness, the relaxation, and the satisfaction that is expressed by these shots of the closing of school are obvious. Taken by Mr. joe Teague, the photographs bring to mind the closing of the 1960 term. 1.--0 S Choo! 15 Out! jf . 5 . . -Ze ' ' for the beh . -. Count down St 1 ' ds Coumnyt an ey was so happy that because iehow 'irien the shock was too h was mo haPPY ' ,,..,. ,-. much s 5 p MP . rgive mm' -ii 5 31' , ..,, 5 K 'wh' ,I SMX, ., +:w . L may . ..-. EAA -A i ., .. ,..f.+' . - K I -, I n '-" L 4 5- fl ,, S ,,zLLh , - g Q 1 is ,. .. lf no fir ---?:- sif'32-zf- . A as , m'h' ffwilzuff- ' f " . ,,,., J -- Air. si S .,r,A,s f 1,.-we - f - - . .maarmnwwam JUNE, JULY, l l WITH SCHOOL AND HOMEWORK l CAST ASIDE, MANY DAYS OF LE1- M SURE MOMENTS AND FUN-EILLED HOURS WERE AHEAD EOR ALL. THE Summer meant the opportunity to enjoy nature and the fun of being out of doors The sun lovers are Toby Waldie and Tommy Foster who is the brother of Hercules UD l Summer is also a chance for that needed vacation. Not all of us were lucky enough to go to Disneyland as Norma Murray did, but a change of surroundings can make a big difference! For others, it was a chance to enjoy our friends of the animal world. fSenior Janet Lusk and Duck abovej I4 AND AUGUST WARM DAYS AND COLORFUL SUR- ROUNDINGS THAT ONLY SUMMER POSSESSES INSPIRES -VARIOUS ACTIV- ITIES. "Why do they call this a slumber party, no one is sleeping ?" QUEEN OF SHEBA and ASSISTANT The annual Leopardette slumber party was the climax to summer practice. The twirling team worked each Tuesday night on half time routines for the coming football season. The Blue Band also practiced once a Week during- the summer months. The result? A good band! READY I ? .- SEPTEMBER 7 - I The first The first day of school. The summer was over for all of us. The beginning of school meant football games, new friends, and homework! 16 - Marked the first out-of-town game. This year it was Longview. The Leopards did well against the previous State champions, 6 to 6 tie. event sponsored by the Student Council during the '60-'61 term was Howdy Week. All new students voted for the most friendly boy and girl. MISS HOWDY Judy Philbrick MR. HOWDY David Clark I6 Mr. and Miss Howdy welcome new students to Adamson. OCTUBER ll7:2ll- As a welcome mat to exes, the Student Council sponsored Homecoming Week. A huge success, many graduates returned for the assembly and dance, which climaxed the Week's activities. The Golden Debs, Adamson style, were a humorous addition to the pep assembly. -Z5 As a gesture of sportsmanship, the SOC c spirit by leading a few yells. heerleaders sampled the Leopard Other than these events, an enthusiastic assembly marked the Homecoming fes- tivities. The cheerleaders and Leopardette Leaders performed and the Court was announced with Judy Philbrick as Homecoming Queen. OQTUBER 7 -.. The PTA and faculty sponsored the annual Fall Frolics here at Adamson. Students, families, and friends were invited to come and spend an evening of fun. Everyone had a big time and the fall frolics were a huge success. Supper was served in the lunch room starting at five-thirty and several side shows were going until the main show at eight o'clock. The Leopardettes went into business for themselves with the Blue Leopard Coffee House. A beatnik atmosphere was created in the armory and poetry was read. Business was bombing at the Duckin' Pond between the school and the boys' gym. Mr. Ligon was the sitting duck! I8 The National Thespians sponsored a musical pan- tomime side show in the film room. Mr. Robert Davis was the informal CPD M.C. of the Fall Frolics. Peggy Polston, Carolyn Morgan, and Tania Morgan "Wished They Could Shimmy Like Their Sister Kate"! Mrs. Moll, Miss Spruiell, and Mrs. Moore sang an "up to date" rock and roll number. The Faculty presented a fashion show to represent the dress of their time. NOVEMBER 15 Plans for the senior activities went into full swing as the 4B class met in the auditorium during the counseling period. The Program and Social Chairmen out- lined the general run-down of events for the spring festivities. ll , The football game with Sunset, Adamson's oldest rival school, was the climax to the 1960 season in more ways than one. It was the last game of the season, and it marked the Leopards conquest of the South Zone Title. A huge crowd saw the mighty Blue and White down the Bisons for a 26-14 victory which entitled Adamson to' the city play off, and they saw the crowning of the 1960 Football Queen, Miss Pat Archer. W A N D A and J E R R Y N A N C Y and R ll C K Y The annual Sadie Hawkins Dance sponsored by the Acorn was held in the girls' gym. 25 -- The girls were free to ask the boys, so it meant a date with that special someone. Every- body departed saying, "it was one big time' WX J D U E D L Y O B and R E E N S N and Y MYRA and JEFF "Mr. and Miss Sadie Hawkins" MADALINE PARRISH and LARRY CLINTON JEAN and DAVID STAN and DIANA MARTHA and TOM SUSAN and JERRY A N N E T T E and R I C H A R D R O S E and B O B 2I The last month of the 1960 year. The preceding three days before the holidays i featured an assembly every morning. QMONTH OF ASSEMBLIESQ fine fl W9, . department Yifxisegliiessiigl S an c C - The midst. Setect S2102 ismxas fnelo 1 assemblieg yayed Chr P , the Ban The lun thank fhfoom to If s to the Arr aug? a Christmas deco rs The Penny Parade was a bigger succdss than ever. Pictured above are some of the entertainers of the assembly. J Days of gloom and sadness hovered over the Students of Adamson! Reason? 1 EXAMS , . . fno pictures availablej. CMONTH OF EXAMSQ This month featured two of the biggest t dances of the new year. CMONTH OF DANCESQ The "Stardust Club," Quill 8: Scroll's version, offered a night club atmosphere for the students, Highlight of the dance was the presentation of the 1961 Oak Favorites. And so ends another year, as far as the OAK is concerned. For the Seniors, it's all of high schoolg for the juniors, it means looking forward to the all important senior yearg the poor sophomores and freshmen don't have anything to look forward to! 22 The Military Ball followed the Stardust Club in both success and time. Janice Coffee reined as Queen of the dance. 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ROUSE HOWELL MR. DONALD M. BRUTON MR. ROBERT S. FOLSOM 2FSeated in the conference is Dr. W. T. White, Superintendent of Schools lDDlElD5llCATllON In appreciation of her thoroughness and love of learning, her desire to instill these traits in her students, and her devotion to the school, the seniors of 1961 dedicate this volume of the "Oak', to Miss Winnie Langford. 1 x wuy MR. JOHN H. LIGON l Assistant Principal New to Adamson last year, Mr. Ligon has proved himself an able Assistant Principal. He is an efficient worker, and strives to make Adamson "tops" in every respect. His friendly smile and the courtesy with which he treats all have made him popular with both students and teachers. 7 ,?,! .nd Q 374, V? f F.: KJ f eta MISS LONA B. SPRUIELL Dean Years of dedicated service have gained for Miss Lona Bell Spruiell a place in the hearts of both present and past students. With the aid of her assistants, Mrs. Geneva Leslie and Miss, Glenn Odel, Miss Spruiell keeps an accurate record of student absences at Adamson. ' QWZRSN MISS ROBERTA KING. . . Our helpful senior counselor ably assisted by Miss Ruth Ruffin 30 GERALDINE HOLLOWAY . . . Our industrious secretary and jimmy Donner 4 MRS KATHERINE MOLL Our dependable nurse MISS FRANCES THOMPSON . . . Our reliable librarian and her able assistant, Mrs. Grace Browne FACULTY 000000 AT WORK ENGLISH KENNETH BRASHEAR J. A. BOULTON J. B. HEAD ROYCE LARSEN RALPH MARTIN CQENCE MRS, WINNIE M155 JANE MISS WILHELMINA MRS. HELEN 'HIYRN CHAPPELL ETHERIDGE HEDDE MRS- HELEN 16aE'NQ53zcDIQ'6 ' 'IIN MISS MABEL M155 RUTH MRS. MARY LOUISE IARNER Q ROCKETT RUEEIN UNDERWOOD 34 'pusy 711 ZJQI-'lb--f'-ff-' I ,F LANGUAGE IVIATIHI f ' A Ii ' I is 'K+ 439 1 1 Inky? Q I 54. ,,,,, Q5 Q 4 M LVL ,uf , MISS ,IEANETTE MISS CAROLYN ALSTON CREEL Latin German MISS MARILYN MISS EUGENIA HAROLD WOOD INIORGAN NEWBERRY J Spanish French Spanish, , 1 I 4, M A -affix JIM BATQHELQR JAKE CARTER EDWIN CASON MRS. MAJORIE COMER MISS FRANCES CONLEY JENKINS MISS RACHEL MISS MARY FREESE SNOODY SWANER 35 HISTORY ORGE BROWNLEE E. M. CAIN FRANKLIN CATE DAVID FORGEY BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MISS MARCIA MISS NONA ARTHUR MANESS TYLER RANDOLPH WEATHERHEAD STUDY HALL MRS. LUCILLE MRS. MORELLE MRS. BLANCHE MCNEIL MOORE STOVALL GENERAL STUDIES MISS JANE MRS. GRACE MISS IDABEL BLACKXWELL BROWNE I CABANISS Girls' P.E. Library Assistant Homemaking 'f:2 "-' --x-lQ 2 1 , A .,-Vfpzzzw , . , V, , .,.. ,1. , , , .' 'X . -:l ar-'V " lf V .,?:, YI 72ifQ55lE.'i llilfii,-51fff::5: Qfiili 'f M fl192Ti'i"f . 5 ' 1 X ,I X K . X . .. 4... K: MW, , Q, MRS. Girls' P.E. RAE CULLUM ROBERT DAVIS IXIRS. HELEN DRAPER INIISS RIPPLE FRAZER Band Clerk Home Economics COL. ALAN FULT O R.O.T.C. N I ir iff.: ik I 'Q ,,.i I iifaz,-'7 iff, ., ROLAND HALLMARK JEROME MADDISON D. E. MELTON Boys' P.E. Mechanical Drawing I.C.T. THOMAS MYERS Wood Shop ,QI l I 'A V ,VLV if gg lili J 'I V f Wiiaili f I . MISS NELL PAGE LESTER ROBBINS MISS MEREDITH D.E. Debate SCHROEDER Art JOE TEAGUE Chorus XV. H. ADAMSON PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION Mrs. James A. Morrow... ,,,.,,,......,,,.. ,, .,,....,.....,.,, Prefidefzl Mrs. Ray Chandler ....,...,,,.,......... ...,... .,.,., V i ce Prefidenl DIRECTORS Mrs. H. B. Moody .,..,........................... ,....... Orgeznizefioh Mrs Henry Wilson ,.,.,. ,,,,. P rogmm Service Mrs J. L. Henderson ...,.... ........ S aria! Activities Mrs T. O. Ford ,...,,,.,,.. Y......., P zzblir Welfare Mrs W. W, Pardue ,.,,,.., ,..,,.,.,..., E dzzmfiofz Mrs. Leo R. Pinn ...,,.. ,... . ,,Hea!lla Mrs Jack E. Bauman ,,,. ....... . Efficiency Mrs E. L. Kretzschmar .,,.,.. o..................,.. . ,. Pzzblicity Mrs. Claude T. Oliver ,,...... ............ R emrding Secretary Mrs. M. V. Hedgecock , .... ......... C orrerponding Sewfelary Mrs. T. L. Brown ,,,,,., ..,,.....,,,,.. .,.,,......, T 1' eezrmer Mrs. james H. Weaks ,,,s,. ,,,s,,,. . ,.,.. Historian Mrs. Clyde Harden ,.,., .....,,.... P fzrlifzmenlarialz Mrs. Mrs. J. NW. Murray ,,,,, H M. D. Parsley ,..,., . , Delegezzfe z'o,C0zzm'2l Delegate io Council In this organization, our parents and teachers work together to better our standard of education and,increase our interest in scholastic studies. The PTA sponsors many school functions and works for the happiness of each stu dent. The Fall Frolics in the fall and the pay assembly in the spring are just a few of the money raising projects. The members preside at our dances and other social functions. For this, We say hats off to our Parent-Teacher Association." W. H. ADAMSON DADS' CLUB Kenneth Clinton Paul Craig .,,.,,,,.,...n W. W. Pardue .. George Puckett .eA.Ae John W. Gobel ..... V. E. Young o..,. J. L. Boyd .,.,..... R. L. Walters ........ james T. Depew I. B. Carlisle .......... C. T. Oliver ...o. Fred Monk ..... Prerident lrt Vice Prerident Znii Vice Pferident Memberrlnp Armtant 3rd VP Finance and Entertainment 4th VP Pnblirity and Etinmtian Improzienzentr Arrirttznt 6th VP Athletic: Athletics Arriftnnt Secretary Trenrnrer Our Dads' Club is a vital part of the school. They Work for one common goal-the advancement of the Adamson students. One of the many events sponsored by the Club, is the annual picnic honoring the athletes of our school. For their dedicated service, we say THANKS to "our dads." .r ll9C6ifUl RETHREES Missing from our faculty this year have been two of our best loved and most Capable teachers, Miss Helen Adudclell and Mr. Henry Hester. Through their long years of service in Adamson High School, they endeared themselves to untold numbers of students and to their fellow members. We wish for them the K E M N A C. Pl ..,s-.ff best that life can offer in their retirement. 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ANDERSON, THOMAS ASKIN S, CAROLYN-Leopard- ette 59-61, Girls' Chorus, Student Council Representative, Allied Youth, Y-Teens, Twirling Club, Modern Dance Club, Officer jun- ior Achievement. BAILEY, JANETTE-Secretary Sports Club, Modeling Club, Stu- dent Council, Two-Year Oak Rep- resentative, Gym Assistant, Clinic Assistant, Officer Young Life, Thespian, Captain Girls' Football Team. BARRETT, JOHNNY MICHAEL -Leopard Band Three Years, R.O.T.C. Band Commander 60-61, Camp Dallas Scholarship Two Years. ADAMS, SUSAN ALLEN, JOHN-Mu Alpha The- ta, National Honor Society, Archi- tectural Engineering Club, Ice Skat- ing Club, "A" and "B" Football, Golf Team. ARNOLD, JERRY-Cheerleader 60-61, President National Foren- sic League, Mu Alpha Theta, First Boys' Debate Hillcrest High School, Architectural Club, Engi- neering Club. ATWILL, A N N E-Astronomy Club, Vice President Spelling Club, Modeling Club, Future Nurses' Club, Allied Youth, junior Red Cross. BARNES, BETTY-Allied Youth, Camera Club, Y-Teens, Study Club. BAUMAN, JAY-Two-Year Foot- ball Letterman, All-City Football 1960, UD" Club, Track Team, "B" Baseball. 43 B E L K, FRANCES--TWO-Year President of Bible Study Club, Publicity Chairman of Morning Meditations, Secretary of Allied Youth, President of Allied Youth, Allied Youth Southwest Confer- ence, Future Nurses' Club, Y-Teens, Student Council. BEST, RICHARD-National For- ensic League, National Merit Semi-Finalist, Dallas I.0.0.F. Dele- gate to the U.N., Pan-American Club, Two-Year Bible Award, Three-Year Debate Letterman, Stu- dent Guest, Rotary Club, National Honor Society. BLACKETER, K E I T H-Select Chorus, Blue Choir, Camera Club, Teen-Age Interests Club. BONNELL, DAVID-Leopard Band, Trombone Section Leader Three Years, R.O.T.C. Band Ex- ecutive Officer, Attended Mathe- matics Seminar 196O, National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist, Dal-Hi All-City Orchestra Three Years, Mu Alpha Theta Vice Presi- dent, Adamson Science Fair First Place Math 1959, Chess Club, Stage Band First Chair Three Years. BOWMAN, MERLE-Two Years Y-Teens, Beginners' Twirling, Winner Crafts Fair, Christmas Play Cast, Award in Homemak- ing, Usherette in Graduation of 1960. BRASWELL, CARL-Sportsman Club, Baseball Club, Football "B" Team, Aviation Club. 44 BERRY, CHARLOTTE-Ice Skat- l ing Club, Modeling Club, Football l Princess 60-61, Junior Achieve- ment. BIGGS, NANCY-Modeling Club, Oak Business Staff, Secretarial Club, Quill and Scroll. BOATRIGHT, N A N C Y-Y- Teens, Ice Skating Club, Square Dance Club. BOUGIE, JACQUELINE-Junior Achievement, Y-Teens, Camera Club, Art Club, Senior Invita- tions Committee. BOY, N A N C Y-Office Asst., Teenage Movie Council 1960, Square Dance Club, Ice Skating, Modeling Club, Young Life. BRIGHAM, BENNIE-"A" Base- ball Squadman, "B" Team Base- ball, Golf Team, Sportsmanship Club, Baseball Club, Chess Club. BROWN, ANN-Allied Youth, junior Red Cross, P.T.A. Rep., Ice Skating Club, Modeling Club, Football Princess 59-60, Dramatic Club, I.C.T., Select Chorus, Girls' Chorus. BROWN, KAYE-F.T,A. Club, Oak Representative, Y-Teens, jun- ior Achievement Officer, Office Asst., Mixed Chorus, Ice Skating Club, Girls' Football Club, Girls' Chorus. BULLARD, J U N E-Modeling Club, Secretarial Club, Girls' Sports Club. BURRIS, FREDDIE CALLISON, NITA-Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society, Scholarship Club, Girls' Chorus, Select Chorus, President of Morn- ing Meditation, Bible Club, Square Dance, Future Teachers of Amer- ica. CAMP, BILLY-Aeronautics Club, Wrestlers' Club, Camera Club. BROWN, HORACE-Slide Rule Club, Square Dance Club, R.O.T.C., Agriculture Club. BROWN, SI-IERRILI.-Editor in Chief of the Acorn, One-Year Bible Credit Award, National Hon- or Society, Quill and Scroll, As- sociate Editor of the Acorn, Treas- urer of Science Club. BURKE, BILL-Vice President of the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, National Math Hon- or Society, 1960 Track Squad, 1961 Oak Staff, junior Citizen, Traffic Commission, Ice Skating Club, Architectural Engineering Club, Quill and Scroll. CALHOUN, RITA-Square Dance Club, Ice Skating Club, Office Asst., Modeling Club, Senior In- vitations Committee. CALVIN, DENNIS LEE-"B" Football, "B" Baseball, Architec- tural Club, Technical Drawing Club. CAPEHART, J A M E S-Camera Club, Track 1958-59. 45 CARROLL, RONNIE-Architeo tural Club, Technical Drawing Club, "B" Football. CASH, LELA-Bible Club, Hi Fi Club, Future Teachers and Min- isters Assistants, Typing Club, Sec- retary Club, Receptionist Club. CHANSLOR, NANCY-1 Year Bible Credit Award. CHAPMAN, HELEN-Leopard ettes 1959-1961, Student Assistant 1959-61, Oak Representative 1959- 61, Pan American Club Secretary 1959-60, Square Dance Club, Sen- ior Program Committee, "B" Hon- or Roll. CHRISTIAN, JIMMY C.-Select Chorus, R.O.T.C., R.O.T.C. Offi- cer, Architectural Club, Mixed Chorus, Hi Fi Club, R.O.T.C. Drill Team 1958-61, Engineering Club. CLARK, PATRICIA-Distributive Education, Treasurer of Tri-Hi-Y, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, 46 CARTER, JOHN CASTILLO, R A Y M O N D-Pan W American Club, Football, Histori- cal Club, Track. I CHANSLOR, ROBERT-R.O.T.C., Bookroom Assistant, Camera Club, Electrical Engineering Club, Me- chanical Engineering Club, Chemi- cal Engineering Club, Radio and TV Club. CHEEK, ROGER-Football "A" and "B," Camera Club, Ice Skating Club, Ugly Man Candidate. CLARK, DAVID-Select Chorus 1957-61, Freshman Ugly Man, Stu- dent Council 2 Years, Key Club, Outstanding R.O.T.C. Cadet 1958- 59, Dal-Hi Music Camp Schcgar- ship Winner 1960, Cheerleader 1959-61, Mr. Howdy 1960-61, Vice President 3B Class, Woezen- craft Drill Competition. CLAYTON, JOHN CLEMENTS, BOB LEE-R.O.T.C. Drill Club, R.O.T.C. Rifle Club, R.O.T.C. Officers' Club, R.O.T.C. Drill Team Commander, Moon- lighters, Ice Skating Club. CLINTON, KENNETH LAW- RENCE-4B Class Vice President, 5A Class President, Three-Year Football Letterman, Acorn Key Club, Student Council President Film Proiectionists' Quill and Scroll, Mr. Sadie kins 1960. Staff, 1958, Club, Haw- COFFEE, JANICE MARIE-Leop- ard Band 58-61, Best All Around Underclass Girl 59-60, Secretary ZB, 3A, 4B Classes, Student Coun- cil Representative, Homecoming Princess 1960, Oak Representative, Science Club, Texas State Fair Representative, Leopard Band 58- 61, R.O.T.C. Band Sponsor 58- 59, R.O.T.C. Regimental Sponsor 60-61. COMER, CHARLOTTE LOUISE -Oak Staff 59-61, National Honor Society, Secretary Mu Alpha Theta 60-61, National Merit ,Semi-Final- ist, Program Chairman Pan Amer- ican Club, Senior Invitation and Program Committees, First Place District Spelling Contest, Latin Award 59-60, Quill and Scroll. CONNER, JAMES ERNIEST- R.O.T.C. Band Three Years, Select Chorus Two Years, Architectural Club, Leopard Band Three Years, Hi Fi Club, Engineering Club, Bible Club, Camera Club. COX, ELIZABETH ANN-Na- tional Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Vice President 1B Class, Oak Staff, Editor of Acorn, Sec- retary Science Club, Secretary jun- ior Red Cross, Quill and Scroll, Allied Youth, One Year Bible Award. CLICK, LARRY JOE-Leopard Band 58-61, Select Chorus 59-61, Blue Choir, Moonlighters, Career Clinic Representative, Camp Dallas 59-60, Dixieland Band, Two-Year Bible Award, R.O.T.C. Band Drum Major. COE, CHRISTINE-Mu Alpha Theta, President Library Service Club, Future Teachers of America. COLLINS, R O N A L D-Student Council, R.O.T.C. Drill Team, Oak Staff, R.O.T.C. Officer, Officers' Club, Camp Dallas Scholarship Recipient, Allied Youth, Quill and Scroll. l r,u-fbxhjkf 'i4fl,,!.S1Zf5'JLA lil Tiff! ii' SSL JB-'Ll 'F' wc X . f2,.. 9 'X LN P 1 Ef,x,lfls-ik' "' K COMFORT, CLIFTON-Camera Club, National Honor Society. COOK, ALVIN RAY COX, JO ANN--Modeling Club, Hi Fi Club, Telephone Operators' Club, Art Club. 47 COX, JOHNNY-Football, Ice Skating Club, Chess Club, Sports- man Club, Automobile Club. CRABTRBE, BOBBY ARLAND- Vice President of Science Club, Student Council. CRISWELL, PAT CROSSLAND, BARBARA-MOCL eling Club, Secretary Club. CRUMP, PENNY-Square Danc- ing Club, Modeling Club, Art Club. DAILEY, JOHN H.--Slide Rule Club, Architectural Club, Archi- tectural Engineering Club. 48 COZART, RUSSELL-Three-Year Track Letterman, Football Letter- man, "D" Club, Student Council President of Science Club, Presi- dent of Allied Youth. CRABTREE, RONNIE-Science Club, "A" Football, CRONIN, ECWIN FRANK- Cheerleader 1960-61, President of Architectural Club, Technical Drawing Club, Sportsman Club. CROW, GERALD CURRAN, RACHEL DAVIES, GARRY-Science 'Club, Proj ectionist. DAVIS, DOLORES-Majorette 60- 61, Leopardette 59-60, Select Chor- us, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Modeling Club, Y-Teens, Oak Rep- resentative, F.T.A., Twirling Club. DAWSON, VAUGHN-Leopard Blue Band, Distributive Education, Military Band. DILL, O T H E L L O-Modeling Club, Homemaking Club, Cos- tume Designing Club. DONIHOO, DOROTHY DORSA, ANTIONETTE-Student Council, Student Assistant, Model- ing Club, Senior Social Committee, Ice Skating Club. DUNCAN, MEREDITH-I.C.T., Student Council Rep., Y-Teens, Twirling Club, Ice Skating Club, Allied Youth. DAVIS, JOYCE-Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Library Service Club, Pep Squad, Modeling Club, Modern Dance Club, Homemaking Club. DEAVERS, WANDA LEE-Leop- ardette 58-61, Majorette 59-61 Girls' Chorus, Select Chorus, Sec- retary 3B and SA Classes, Valen- tine Sweetheart, Most Popular Un- derclass Girl 59-60, Drill Team Sponsor, Homemaking Princess, President 1A Class. DONALDSON, IR I T A-P e p Squad, Y-Teens, Mixed Chorus, Art Club. DONWORTH, WARREN-Per- fect Attendance Award, Moon- lighters, Band Council Representa- tive Junior Year, Band President 1960-61, Region Band 60-61, Woodwind Sweepstake Finalist 59- 61, R.O.T.C, Band Officer. DUNCAN, BILL-Debate, Na- tional Forensic League, Hi Fi Club, Track, Math Club. DURHAM, MELANIE 49 EDWARDS, COLLEEN SUE-Art Club, Modeling Club, Secretarial Club. ELKINS, JANIE-Ice Skating Club, Junior Red Cross, Square Dancing Club, Y-Teens, Allied Youth, Pan American Club, 2nd Place Times Herald Crafts Fair Homemaking 57-58, 2nd Place Adamson Crafts Fair Homemaking 58-59 EVERITT, CLAUDIA-Leopard Band, Library Assistant, 2 Year Bible Award, Dal-Hi Orchestra. FARRAR, D A V I D-National Honor Society, 2 Year Bible Award, Leopard Band, Morning Meditation Committee, Bible Study Club. FINLEY, MICHAEL-Projection ist, Ice Skating Club. FIVASH, DOYLE XWAYNE4- R.O.T.C. Drill Team, R.O.T.C. Rifle Team, Ice Skating Club, Drill Club, Rifle Club, Projectionist, Square Dance Club, Slide Rule Club. 50 ELDER, RICHARD L.-R.O.T.C. Officer, Camera Club, Rifle Club R.O.T.C. Drill Club, R.o.T.Ci Drill Team. ELLISON, JOHN-R.O.T.C. Of- ficer, R.O.T.C. Drill Team. FANNON, ELIZABETH DAR- LENE-Modeling Club, Secretar- ial Club. FAULKNER, DONNA-Leopard ettes 59-61, Student Assistant, Vice President Modeling Club, Girls' Chorus, Y-Teens, Twirling Club, Mixed Chorus. FISHER, JIMMY-President Na- tional Honor Society, Leopard Band Three Years, All-State Or- chestra Two Years, Dal-Hi Symph- ony Orcnestra Three Years, junior Rotarian, Bible Study Club, Morn- ing Meditations, Bible Award Two Years, Woodwind Sweepstakes Winner 58-59, Graduation Invita- tion Comm'ittee Chairman. FOSTER, TOM-Cheerleader 59- 60, Best All Around Underclass Boy 59-60, President Quill and Scroll, Vice President National Thespians, Sports Editor of Oak, Managing Editor of Acorn 59-60, Exchange Editor of Acorn 59-60, Track, Senior Social Committee, Senior Play Cast. FRAMPTON, JIMMY-Football Letterman, Basketball, Baseball Two-Year Letterman, Track, Vice President 3A Class, "D" Club, Baseball Club, junior Red Cross, Sportsman Club. GARVIN, ROBERT-Chess Club, Mathematics Club. GIVENS, GORDON-Secretary- Treasurer Key Club, Mu Alpha Theta, "B" Basketball, Baseball Club, junior Red Cross, Young Life, Basketball Letterman. GOBEL, JOHN-National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Na- tional Forensic League, junior Classical League. GRANGER, BYRON-Thespians, R.O.T.C. Officer, R.O.T.C. Drill Team 58-61, Camera Cl , Acorn Staff. 5 H-Q, it-0,521 GRAY, CAROLE-Student Coun- cil Three Years, Basketball Prin- cess 58-59, Office Asst., Ice Skat- ing Club. 1 GANAKOS, PETER--R.O.T.C. Drill Team 57-60, Rifle Club, Ar- chitectural Club, Drill Club. GERTH, ROLAND-R.O.T,C., Science Club, Radio and TV Club, Aeronautics Club, Securities and Bonds Club. GLASCO, SONNY-Two-Year ootball Letterman, Two-Year aseball Letterman, Baseball Club, "D" Club, Ice Skating Club, Hon- orable Mention All-City Football, Track, Sportsman Club, Junior Red Cross, Assistant Coaches' Office. GOODENOUGH II, DONALD RAYMOND-National Forensic League, One-Year Debate Letter- man, Treasurer of Debate Club, Member of Acorn Staff, Quill and Scroll, Chess Club, Track Team. GRAVES, JOHN-Track Team, Select Chorus, Square Dance Club. GRIFFIN, RETA-National Hon- or Society, Student Council, Vice President of Girls' Sport Club, Oak Business Staff, Student Asst., Scholarship Club, Square Dance Club, Modeling Club. 5l GRIMES, JO H N-Sportsman Club, Football, Christmas Play 1958, Math Club. HARDEN, AVA-Select Chorus, Girls' Choir, Social Chairman of Morning Meditation, Two Years Bible Award, Future Teachers, Y- Teens, Bible Club. HARRIS, VICKIE-Y-Teens, Typ- ing, Secretary, Accounting, Sports- man Club, Travel Club, Modeling Club. HARRISON, R I C H A R D- R.O.T.C. Group Commander, Rifle Team Captain 1960-61, Debate, Student Council 1958-59, Oak Rep- resentative. HATHAWAY, J O E-Leopard Band Three Years, Moonlighters, Select Chorus. HEARNE, RICHARD BAILEY- All-City Two Years Football Let- terman, All South Zone, Track, "B" Baseball, "D" Club, Sports- man Club, Allied Youth, Ice Skat- ing Club, Sports Editor of Acorn, Automobile Club, Senior Play Cast. 52 GUNN, JUDY-National Foren- l sic League, Debate Club, Girls' j Chorus, Select Chorus, Future T Teachers of America, Camera Club, 1 Fall Frolics Student Director, Teen Screening Board of Dallas. HARRIS, RICHARD-Ice Skating Club, Rifle Club, Sportsman Club, Stocks Bc Securities Club, R.O.T.C. L HARRISON, I E A N-National Honor Society, Leopardette 58-60, Mu Alpha Theta, Senior Social Committee, Math Club, Square Dance Club. HART, NAVINE-Mixed Chorus, Girls' Choir, Select Chorus, Bible Study Club, Secretarial Club, Mod- eling Club. HEARD, NANCY -Select Chorus, Ice Skating Club, Square Dance Club, Mixed Chorus. HEATH, GORDON HEATH, JIMMY-R.O.T.C. HEJL, JERRY ROBERT-Select Chorus, "D" Company Command- er, Drill Team, Best Military, Ice Skating Club, Square Dance Club, Sportsman Club Allied Youth Accounting Club. GD' sith l HEARON, R I C H A R D-Study Club, Dallas Historical Society, P.E. Asst. HENSLEY, ROBERT-Dallas His- torical Society, Automobile Club, Sportsman Club, Allied Youth, Ice Skating Club, Drama Club. HERNDON, TROY-Allied Youth, Sportsman Club, Science Club, Architectural Club, Biology Club, Aeronautics Club, Ice Skat- ing .Club. HODGES, ROBERT-Ice Skating Club, Sportsman Club, Rifle Club, R.O.T.C. HEDGECOCK, D O N-Allied Youth, Aeronautics Club, Sports- man Club, Science Club, Archi- tectural Club, "B" Football, Ice Skating Club. HENDERSON, JACQUELYNN SUE-National Honor Society, Two-Year Student Council, Vice President Allied Youth, Secretary of Morning Meditations, Acorn Staff, One-Year Linz Bible Award, Vice President Bible Club, Quill and Scroll. HENSLEY, PATSY JEAN-Y- Teens, Dramatic Club, Bible Award, Bible Club, Homemaking Club, Allied Youth. HERNANDEZ, RALPH-Two Year Mgr. of "A" Team, Camera Club, Sportsman Club, Square Dance Club, Select Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Ice Skating Club. HICKMAN, DICKY Football, Sportsman Club, "B" Basketball, Track Manager, Oak Representative. HOLLOWELL, LYN-Pan Amer- ican Club, Twirling Club, Modern Dance Club, National Thespians, Debate. 53 HOI.T, BASIL-Allied Youth, Select Chorus, Square Dance Club, Sportsman Club, Accounting Club, Ice Skating Club. HORN, VALA JO-Alternate Cheerleader, Sec. 1B Class, Student Council, Y-Teens, Modeling Club, One-Year Linz Award, Student Assistant. HOUSTON, LINDA-Leopard- ettes, Select Chorus, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Y-Teens, Hi Fi Club. HYMAN, LEE ROY-Two-Year Basketball Letterman, Two-Year Baseball Letterman, President of Baseball Club, Sportsmanship Club, Square Dance Club, All-District Basketball 60, All-District Base- ball 60, "D" Club, Senior Social Committee. JACKSON, R O B E R T-SCier1CC Club. JAMES, LINDA LEE--Student Council, Acorn Staff, R.O.T.C. Sponsor, R.O.T.C. Sweetheart, Leopardettes, Modeling Club, Twirling Club, 'Quill and Scroll, Secretary 1A Class. 54 HORAK, RONNIE-Auto Club, Math Club, Dallas Historical Club, Baseball Club, Ice Skating Club. f f I 5 ,X Z J! w EHORTON, KING R.-Rifle Club, Band, Orchestra, R.O.T.C. Band, Automobile Club, Dallas Historical Society, Ice Skating Club. HULL, DONNA MARY-Secre tary Architectural Club, Secretary Engineers Club, Mixed Chorus, Student Council, Dramatic Club. ISLEY, LENDA-Band, Basket- ball, Future Teachers Club, Future Homemakers of America, Secre- tarial Club, Student Assistant in the Office, Stage Band. JACOBS, JEAN-Secretary and Treasurer of F.T.A., National Hon- or Society, Pan American Club, Adamson Safety Council, Junior Citizens Traffic Commission, Two- Year Bible Award, Allied Youth, Student Assistant, Y-Teens. JARMAN, DEWEY DWAIN- Automobile Club, Ice Skating Club, "B" Team Football. JAY, SUSAN-Pep Squad, Girls' Chorus, Select Chorus, Two-Year Bible Award, lst Prize Marionette in Crafts Fair. JOHNSON, HERSCHEL-Senior Class President, "A" Football, "B" Football, Track, Sportsman Club, Square Dance Club. JOHNSON, MARCIA LEE- Skating Club, Bible Linz Award, Y-Teens. JONES, J A M E S-Aeronautical Club, Architectural Club. JONES, RONNY C.-Camera Club, Science Club, Ice Skating Club, Sportsman Club, Dallas His- torical Society. JORDAN, JANE-National Hon- or Society, Associate Editor of Acorn, Vice Pres. of National Forensic League, President of De- bate Club, Two-Year Bible Award, Program Chairman of Mornin Meditations, First Place City Sout Zone Declamation Contest-Sprin 60, Future Teachers of America, First Place Debate Sherman Speech Tournament 1959 and Mid- land Speech Tournament 1958, Quill and Scroll. JETT, VIRGINIA-Latin Club, Girls' Chorus, Y-Teens, Morning Meditations. JOHNSON, JEFFIE-National Forensic League, Amusements Edi- tor of Acorn, Second Place City- South Zone Poetry Reading Spring 60, Second Place State Journal- ism Convention-Editorial Writ- ing, National Thespians, Future Teachers of America, Dramatic Club, Quill and Scroll, Chairman of Adamson Debate Tournament. JOHNSON, SUSIE-Square Danc- ing Club, Acorn Staff, National Thespians, Allied Youth, Y-Teens, Ice Skating Club. JONES, Jo ANN JONES, THOMAS-Aff Club, Sportsman Club, Automobile Club. KAMMINGA, LAURIE-Y-TeenS, Square Dance Club, Ice Skating Club, Mixed Chorus. 55 KEENEY, SANDRA SUE-Na- tional Honor Society, Leopardette 58-61, Mu Alpha Theta, Student Council 58-61, Senior Social Chairman, Math Club, Modern Dance Club, Essay Contest Win- ner. KELLEY, THOMAS PATRICK- Motion Picture Operator, Slide Rule Club. KING, IAN-I.C.T., Y-Teens, Dramatics Club, Ice Skating, Mod- eling, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chor- us, Oak Representative. KNIGHT, BONNIE DEAN- Leopard Band, Girls' Sports Club, President Library Club. KOKEL, TERRY-Vice President Art Club, Track, Camera Club. LAMBRIGHT, DAVID-R.O.T.C., Officer, R.O.T.C. Drill Team, R.O.T.C. Drill Club, R.O.T.C. Officers' Club. 56 KEETON, MIKE KINCHIN, DENNIS-"D" Club, Golf Letterman 58 and 59, R.O.T.C., Rifle Team 59, Stocks, Commodities 8: Securities, Biology Club. KING, WALTER F.-Two-Year Football Letterman, Track, Base- ball, "D" Club, Select Chorus, Blue Choir, Student Council, Ice Skating Club, Sportsman Club, Most Handsome Underclass Boy 59-60. KNIGHT, NANCY ANN KRETZSCHMAR, CAROLYN- Select Chorus, Leopard Band 58- 60, Pan American Club, White Choir, Pianist Blue Choir, Mixed Chorus, Travel Club, Dramatics Club, Moonlighters 1959. LANE, BETTY-Girls' Sports Club, Secretary Club, Modeling Club, junior Red Cross. LARSEN, R O N N I E-Baseball, Football, Automotive Club, Allied Youth, Sportsman Club, Camera Club. LEDBETTER, JUDITH ANNE- Student Council, Oak Staff, Asso- ciate Editor Acorn, Quill and Scroll, Baseball Sweetheart 58-59, Girls' Chorus, Morning Medita- tions, Allied Youth, Ice Skating Club, Two-Year Bible Award. LEVERINGTON, MIKE- R.O.T.C. Officer, R.O.T.C. Drill Team, R.O.T.C. Rifle Team, Rifle Club, Aeronautics Club, Radio-TV Club. LEWIS, ELIZABETH RUTH- National Honor Society, Student Council, Bible Award, National Forensic League, Morning Medi- tations Committee, First Place De- bate Sonora Forensic Tournament 1959, Future Teachers of America, Y-Teens, Girls' Sports Club, For- eign Language Club. LEWIS, WILLIAM LINDLEY, IANICE-Girls' Chor- us, I.C.T., Modeling Club. LATOSKI, BILL-Ice Skating Club, junior Red Cross, Member Best Drilled Platoon 1959, Mem- ber Most Efficient Company 59- 60, Rifle Club, Camp Dallas 1958. LENTZ, ROBERT LEWELLEN, PAT-Allied Youth, Select Choir, Girls' Choir, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Trio, Y-Teens, Mod- eling, Ice Skating Club, Square Dancing, Oak Representative. LEWIS, DAVID A.-Football, Baseball Two Years, Basketball Two Years. LILLARD, KENNETH D.- R.O.T.C., Slide Rule Club, Carn- era Club, Scholarship Club. LIVELY, BILL-Vice President Adamson Band, Moonlighters. 57 LOCKHART, WILLIAM-"A" Football Letterman, Track, Sports- manship Club. LONG, LEE ANN-Modeling Club, Secretarial Club, Stenogra- phers Club, Typing Club. LOWE, RONNIE JOE MAY, JANIE-Square Dance Club, Modeling Club, Ice Skating Club, Secretarial Club, Radio- TV Club. MCCREA, JERRY MCDOWELL, MYRA-Y-Teens, Modeling Club, Mixed Chorus. 58 LOGAN, ELSA-Morning Medi- tations, Y-Teens, Allied Youth, Spanish Club. LUSK, JANET-Quill and Scroll, Acorn Staff, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Sports, Square Dance Club, Office Assistant, Al- lied Youth. MATTHEWS, RAY DON-Foot ball Four Years, Baseball Four Years, Basketball One Year, Track One Year, Sportsman Club, "D" Club. MCCAFFITY, S U E-National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Pan American Club, Morning Meditations, Bible Club, Dramatic Club, Library Assistant, Modeling Club. MCCULLOUGH, JAMES FRED- Art Club, Camera Club, Movie Projector Club. MCGEE, JUDY-Acorn Staff, Oak Representative, Y-Teen Secretary, Student Assistant. MCGEI-IEE, JU L I E-National Thespian Society, National Foren- sic League, Debate Club, Pan American Club, Science Club. I McKELVAIN, I.AURINE-Presi- dent Modeling Club, Ice Skating Club. MCPHERSON, ROSE MARIE- Mixed Chorus, Select Chorus, Al- lied Youth, Y-Teens, Leopardette, Majorette, Ice Skating Club, Twirling Club, Modeling Club, Student Assistant. MEISCH, EDWARD MILLER, BILL-President of Stu- dent Council, Vice President Key Club, Football Letterman, Member Track Team, Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society, Ice Skat- ing Club, Sportsmanship Club, "D" Club, Student Council Work- shop at S.M.U. MILLER, VIRGINIA-Latin Club, Exchange Editor of Acorn, Class Editor of Oak 59-60, Quill and Scroll, Oak Staff 60-61. MCKEEVER, JIMMY-Aeronaw tics Club, Sportsman Club. MCMULLEN, MARY RUTH- Future Nurses Club, Modern Dance Club, Y-Teens, Modeling Club, Secretarial Club. MEADOR, DENN IS-Tennis Team, Camera Club, Future Busi- ness Leaders of America, Sports- manship Club, Automobile Club, Acorn Staff. MEYER, LYNN-Sportsman Club, Chess Club. MILLER, JIM-Three-Year Stage Crew, One-Year Manager, Archi- tectural Engineering, Hi Fi Club. MOODY, JERRY--"D" Club, Two-Year Football Letterman, "A" Team Basketball, Ice Skating Club, Sportsmanship Club. F - MOODY, SHIRLEY-Leopard ettes 58-61, Student Council 58- 60, President of Skating Club. MOORE, GWYNN-Leoparclettes, Student Council, Girls' Sport Club. MORGAN, RICHARD-Student Council Vice President, Two-Year Football Letterman, "D" Club, Key Club, Number Sense, Track Team, "D" Club All-Stars, Base- ball, Ice Skating Club. MULLER, NANCY-Oak Repre- sentative, Oak Business Office, Girls' Chorus, Select Chorus, Secre- tarial Club, Modeling Club, Quill and Scroll. NEITSCH, SUSANNE-Drum Majorette, Moonlighters, "C" Com- pany Sponsor, Regimental Ball Queen, Representative at Arling- ton State Homecoming Ceremonies. OATIS, L I. O Y D-Basketball, Football, Slide Rule Club, Stocks and Securities Club. 60 MOORE, EDWIN-Slide Rule Club, Baseball Club. MORAN, SANDRA-Leopard ettes, "B" Honor Roll, Student Council, Chairman of Senior Pro- gram Committee, Chairman of Safety Committee, Secretary of Pan American Club, Allied Youth, Of- fice Asst., Square Dance Club, Acorn Staff. IVIORRIS, GERALD--Debate Club, Foreign Language Club, R.O.T.C., Slide Rule Club, R.O.T.C. Drill Team, Slide Rule Club, Camera Club. NEGETHON, JOSELLA NICHOLS, R O B E R T-Student Council, Basketball, Automobile Club, Square Dance Club, Sports- man Club, Architectural Club, Ice Skating Club. OLIVER, CHERYL-Leopardettes, Student Council, National Honor Society, Future Nurses Club, Ice Skating Club. ORRIE, CHARLES-Sportsman Club, Camera Club, "B" Football, "B" Basketball. PARDUE, KATHY DIANE- Girls' Chorus, Select Chorus, Fu- ture Teachers of America, Morn- ing Meditation, Morning Reading Committee, Bible Study Club. PARRISH, MADELEINE-Oak Business Staff, Feature Editor of Acorn, Column Editor of Acorn, Secretary of National Thespians, Quill and Scroll, Miss Sadie Haw- kins 1960. PATTERSON, LEONARD-One Year Football Letterman, Two- Year Baseball Letterman, "D" Club, One-Year Bible Award, Sportsman Club, Basketball. PETERSON, WILLIAM E.- R.O.T.C. Officer. PHILLIPS, PATRICIA-National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Bible Award, Select Chorus, Girls' Chorus, Morning Meditations So- cial Committee, Oak Representa- tive. PAGE, FRANCES COMPTON- Y-Teens, Nurses' Club, Medical Professional Club, Secretary Club, junior Red Cross. PARKEY, JAMES MICHAEL- Latin Club, Science Club, Chemis- try Club, R.O.T.C. PATE, JOEY-Baseball Club, Ice Skating Club, Automobile Club, Square Dance Club, "A" Football, Track. PATTON, CAROLYN-National Honor Society, Select Chorus, Acorn Staff, National Forensic League, Girls' Chorus, Oak Repre- sentative, Vice President of Y- Teens, Debate Club, Mixed Chor- us. PHILBRICK, JUDY-National Honor Society, Leopardettes, Maj- orette, Student Council Secretary, Quill and Scroll, Senior Home- coming Queen, Secretary 2B Class, Baseball Queen, Most Beautiful Underclass Girl, Miss Howdy 1960. PITMAN, M I K E-Three-Year Football Letterman, Two-Year Baseball Letterman, Key Club, Track, "D" Club, Most Popular Underclass Boy, Sportsman Club. 6I POOLE, LINDA-Square Dance Club, Y-Teens, Modeling Club, Secretarial Club. POST, CAREY VERNON-Blue Band, Radio and TV Club, Rifle Club, R.O.T.C. Band, F.B.I, Club, Camera Club. PRICE, ELAINE-Girls' Chorus, Square Dance Club, Y-Teens, Camera Club, Acorn Staff 1960- 61, Mixed Chorus. PUCKETT, STANLEY-Three Year Track Letterman, Two-Year Basketball Letterman, Two-Year Football Letterman, "D" Club, Senior Social Committee, Square Dance Club, Allied Youth, All- City Football. QUESTA, GENE-Football, Two- Year Baseball Letterman, Presi- dent of Sportsmanship Club, Three Years Select Chorus, "D" Club, Square Dance Club. RAMIREZ, NANCY-Modeling Club, Y-Teens, Secretary Art Club, Pep Squad, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus. 62 POPE, GWEN-Student Assistant, Y-Teens, Modeling Club. POST, KAY-Secretary of Na- tional Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, National Forensic League, Girls' State 1960, 2nd Place in Debate at State 1960, Oak Repre- sentative, Morning Meditations Committee. POTTS, LINDA PURSER, BARBARA JEAN- Football Princess 58-59, Mixed Chorus, Select Chorus, Square Dance Club, Oak Representative. RAGAN, BOB-Leopard Band, Moonlighters, Dal-Hi Symphony Orchestra Three Years, All-Region Band 1958 and 1960, All-State Band, Honor Mathematics, Five First Divisions All-City Solo and Ensemble Contests, Concert Mas- ter Leopard Band, Science Fair Project 59-61. RAPER, HELEN ELAINE-Nav tional Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Treasurer National Foren- sic League, Debate Club, Three- Year Debate Letterman, Second Place Debate Midland 1960. , REED, CHARLES REID, R O B E R T--Three-Year Football Letterman, Two-Year Baseball Letterman, "D" Club, President Key Club 60-61, Vice President Key Club 59-60, Presi- dent Allied Youth 59-60, Vice President Square Dance Club 59- 60, All-City Football, Honorable Mention All-State Football, Hon- orable Mention All-American Foot- ball. RHEA, CAROL HUGGINS-- Leopardettes 59-61, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus, Select Chorus, Square Dance Club, Future Teach- ers, Camera Club. RICHARDSON, MARTHA-Seo retarial Club, Modeling Club, Y- Teens, Nurses' Club. ROBERTSON, BILLIE D.-Y- Teens, Student Council, Jr, Red Cross, Student Asst. SELMON, FRANCES-Y-Teens, Nursing Club, Personality Club, Secretary Club. REID, DEANNA SUE-Na- tional Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Student Council, Oak Rep- resentative, Student Assistant, Two-Year Bible Award, Vice President 1A Class, Leopard Band, Allied Youth. REYNOLDS, SANDY-Cheer leader 60-61, Homecoming Prin- cess 60-61, R.O.T.C. Sweetheart 58-59, Student Council, National Thespians, Senior Invitation Com- mittee, Select Chorus, Acorn Staff, Student Council Safety Commit- tee. RHEA, DONALD-Automotive Club, Sportsman Club, Baseball Club. ROBERTS, JOSEPH HOWARD -Slide Rule Club, Aeronautical Club. ROUSSEAU, DAVID-I.C.T., Au- tomobile Club, Radio-TV Club. SENTER, SANDRA IO--Y-Teens, Nurses' Club, Girls' Sport Club, Modeling Club, Student Asst. 63 SHEARON, JUDY-Student Asst., Allied Youth, Y-Teens, Girls' Sport Club. SHIELDS, KENNETHfAuto1'no- bile Club, Radio and TV Club, Sportsman Club. SHIPLEY, B R E N D A-Select Chorus, Student Council, Model- ing Club, Basketball Queen 1960- 61. SMITH, DONALD-Science Club, Automobile Club, Radio Club, R.O.T.C. SMITH, JIM DAVID-Basketball, Football, I.C.T. SPILLYARDS, JOHN H. JR.- Three-Year Debate Letterman, Mu Alpha Theta, National Forensic Leaue, South Zone Debate Cham- pion, National Merit Letter of Commendation, Math Club, Linz Award. 64 SHERMAN, WELDON-Auto111o- bile Club, Sportsman Club, Base- ball Club. SILER, GERALD-Art Club, Au- tomobile Club, Sportsman Club, Square Dance Club, Baseball Club, Track Mgr., "D" Club. SKELTON, N A N C Y-Square Dance Club, Library Asst., Y- Teens, Modeling Club, Secretary Club, Camera Club, Girls' Sport Club. SMITH, EMILY JOYfGirls' Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y Social Chair- man, Chess Club President. SNOW, FREDDIE'-Automobile Club, Radio and TV Club, Square Dance Club, Dallas Historical Club. STARK, PATSY STEPHENSON, F R E D D I E- I.C.T. STORY, SAMULL-Sportsman Club, Automobile Club, Ice Skat- ing Club. SUDDUTH, J A N I S E-Girls' Chorus, junior Red Cross, Girls' Sport Club, Modeling, Allied Youth. TABOR, DAVID-Oak Staff 59- 61, Oak Editor 60-61, Math Honor Society 59-61, President 60-61, N.S.F., J.V.N. National Math Seminar, E.T.S.C. Summer 60, Quill and Scroll, Student Craft Fair Winner-Math, jr. Citizens' Traffic Commission, High School Movie Review Counsel, Dallas Teenager of the Month-june 1960, Key Club. TALLENT, JUDY-Y-Teens, stu- dent Asst., Modeling Club, Foot- ball Princess 1959. TARLTON, SHERRIAN-Leop ardettes, Oak Representative, Mod- eling Club, Bible Credit Award, Press Club, Student Asst., Foot- ball Princess 60-61. STOKES, DAVEY-Blue Band, R.O.T.C. Band, Drum Major 1960- 61, R.O.T.C. Band Commander, Mu Alpha Theta, Moonlighters 58-60, Two First Place Medals in City Band Contest, National For- ensic League. STREATER, BARBARA ANNE- Leopardettes 59-61, Girls' Chorus, Select Chorus, Square Dance Club, Senior Social Committee. STREET, MARY TACKER, BOBBY-Allied Youth, Sportsman Club, Baseball Club, Aviation Club. TATE, BONNIE-Library Club. TATE, DONNA 65 TAYLOR, PHILLIP WAYNE- Radio and TV Club, Square Dance Club, R.O.T,C. TILLEY, DE LOIS ANN-Nw tional Thespians, Cheerleader 59- 60, R.O.T.C. Sponsor, Dramatic Club, Student Council, Select Chor- us, Office Asst., Homecoming Princess, I.C.T. TOMLINSON, BILLY-Medical Club, Aeronautics Club, Baseball Club, Sports Club. TOWNSEND, BARBARA-Select Chorus, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Scholarship Club, Future Teachers of America, Y-Teens, Modeling Club, Oak Representa- tive. TUCKER, SUE ELLEN-Leopard ettes 58-61, Majorettes 60-61, Select Chorus, Student Council, Office Asst., Square Dance Club, Baseball Princess. TURNER, TOMMY 66 THOMA, KATHOLEEN-Girls' Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y Secretary, Library Club, Library Asst., Camera Club, Oak Representative, Y-Teens, Fu- ture Nurses. TITUS, JILL-National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Secre- tary of National Forensic League, Vice Pres. of Morning Medita- tions, Future Teachers of Amer- ica, Chairman of Morning De- votionals, Two-Year Bible Credit Award. TOUMBS, NORMA TOXVNSEND, JOE DAVID- Baseball Letterman, "B" Football, Bible, Linz Award, Key Club, Sportsman Club. TURNER, KATHLEEN-Blue Band, Modeling Club, Modern Dance Club, Twirling Club, Hi Fi Club. EAVES, CLAUDIA UHLER USREY, GERALD-"B" Football, Automobile Club, Radio-TV Club, Sportsman Club. WADE, LINDA RUTH-Na- tional Honor Society, Bible Award, Leopard Band, Morning Medita- tions, Future Teachers of Amer- ica, Bible Study Club. WALDIE, TOBY-Select Chorus, Student Council, President IB, Y-Teens, Square Dance Club, Blue Choir. WALTERS, SANDRA-Y-Teens, Debate Two Years, Select Chorus, National Honor Society. WEAKS, TOMMY-Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society, Golf Club, Chess Club. WELCH. LINDA NELL-Pres. Art Club, Sec. Fashion Design Club, Square Dance Club, Oak Representative, Mixed Chorus, Y- Teens, Winner- in Arts and Crafts Fair, Winner in State Fair. VONK, CAROLE-Student Asst., Y-Teens, Camera Club, Tri-Hi-Y President, Future Nurses. WADE, ROGER-Student Coun- cil, Historical Club, Petroleum Eng. Club, Square Dance Club, Chemistry Club, "A" Football Let- terman, R.O.T.C. Drill Team, Sen- ior Nominating Committee. WALKER, G A R Y-R.O.T.C. Company Commander, Pres. of Fu- ture Ministers of America, Slide Rule Club, Drill Club, Dramatic Club, Oak Representative. WATSON, DAVID-Sportsman Club, 'Radio-TV Club, Senior In- vitation Committee. WEBB, LAWRENCE-R.O.T.C. Drill Team, Rifle Club, Drill Club, Historical Club. WELTON, JACKIE-Acorn Staff, Y-Teens, Square Dance Club, Sec- retarial Club. 67 WHITE, ALLEN WHITFIELD, DON-Ice Skating Club, Sportsman Club, Art Club, Automobile Club, Square Dance Club. WILLIAMS, DONALD--Radiw TV Club, Automobile Club, Sports- man Club. WILLIAIXIS, KAY-Ice Skating Club, Square Dance Club, Y- Teens, Beautician Club, Airline Hostess, Modeling Club, Secretar- ial Club. WILLIS, DOTTIE-Tri-Hi-Y, Pan American Club, Pep Squad, Y- Teens. WILSON, DIANNE-Leopard ettes, Ice Skating Club, Office Asst., Band. 68 WHITE, SAMMIE LANETTE- Bible Credit Award, Select Chor- us, Science Club, Modern Dance Club, D.E, WHITEHEAD, L O Y D-"C" Football, Sportsman Club, Study Club, Square Dance Club, Ice Skating Club, Radio-TV Club. WILLIAMS, FREDDIE-Y-Teens, Modeling Club, Student Asst. WILLIAMS, JOHNNY-Track, Radio-TV Club, R.O.T.C. Drill Team. WILLIS, JIMMY WILSON, LAURA JEANNETTE -Student Asst., Hi Fi Club, Y- Teens, Modeling Club. WILSON, TOMI SHARON- Leopardette 58-61, Majorette 59- 61, National Honor Society, Presi- dent of Modeling Club, Biology Lab Asst, WOOD, XWILLIAM R.-R.O.T.C. Band, Blue Band, R.O.T.C. Rifle Team, Chess Club, R.O.T.C. Rifle Club. YARBROUGH, NANCY EILEEN -Y-Teens, Debate, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus, Select Chorus, Na- tional Honor Society, Hi Fi Club, Gym Asst. BASSETT, WILLIAM BLACKBURN, DAVID CALDWELL, RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN, WALLACE COKER, GERALD DRAPER, GERALD EAVES, JERRY FREEMAN, JIM GARDNER, JOYCE GLASS, BETTY JEAN GREENLEE, DONALD HARDCASTLE, ANDREA HAWLEY, JEFF NO PICTURE WITTY, PATRICIA TRIMMIER -Band, Square Dance Club, Y- Teens, I.C.T. WOOSTER, MARTIS-Radio-TV Club, Sportsman Club, Study Club, Latin Club. ZAREFF, STANLEY-National Thespians, Acorn Staff, Select Chorus, Oak Representative, Fu- ture Teachers of America, Square Dance Club, Teenage Interest Club, Sec. of Hi-Y, White Chorus, Quill and Scroll. HAWLEY, MARY SUE JACOBS, MARGIE JOHNSON, DONALD JOHNSON, MILTON MARTIN, RONALD MORROW, SHARON MUIRHEAD, LYNN PUENTE, MANUEL PUCKETT, JERRY SALAS, EVA SANDERS, GORDON TAYLOR, JAMES VINCENT, RAYMOND REYNOLDS KENNY ICT Automobile Club Radio TV Club EVENING SCHOOL GRADUATES CRADER, JIMMY GRUBE, MARGARET PARIS, RODERIC SUMMER SCHOOL GRADUATES DON NICHOLS RAYMOND WARD ROBERT WARD NO PICTURE MORRISON, JACK LEE I.C.T. Square Dance Club Dallas Historical Society AUTUGRAPHS ,i!OffffiVJ WW WWW W D,, ,W WWW cf A L 4 J ,yy ijwvf OW Gy MH! mv wjwifjjx Q My ye WAMQQJAN MRM LV J CU E055 Ox My WXRM Wx Q, WAAQM QA QQMJASQJQQ ,, V W , wggfgvzi M555 QQQMWWW W it Oh 73 SlENllORS 0 0 0 Well, dO1'1't just stand there! N0 g1a55?H9,I-Ia! 'Something sure smells like dead fish." Off to make Leoparclette leader Did he hurt Leonard's feelings? What else is in that truck? Jay makes his debut. 72 . . l Q L, AFTER UURS Come back, Jackie! One more step, please! Walter! Keep your hands to yourself. 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X ,I,.,.Lm . . iw -wffgwg, J JQIUNIOR i CLASS OFFICERS Paul Callahan Freddy Powell Linda Chapman PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Anthony Abernethy Jerry Adams Glen Aldridge Phyllis Angona Pat Archer Rita Arellano Crystal Autry Angie Baker Johnny Balajka Bruce Barker Glenda Bartoli Brenda Bates Anna Beaty MLW L Donald Belknap Ruby Berry Shirley Bidwell Ida Blake Pat Blake Joyce Blissitte Bob Bodiford Charley Boles Billy Boswell Sherrie Boyd Mary Boykin Pierre Bradshaw Don Brewer Diana Brodhead Douglas Brown Leslie Brown Georgia Browning Ron Browning Darnellia Burkett Bill Burns Nancy Burton Connie Bussell Paul Callahan Johnny Calvin Charlotte Carter james Carter Bonnie Caruth Nancy Castleberry Freddie Caviness james Chapman Linda Chapman Geneva Chennault Anita Clark Barbara Clark Lana Cleveland Marvin Coats Sandra Colburn Noel Conley David Conner John Cook Robert Cook Frank Corlett Ann Corley Ronnie Cowan Cl r nell Crawford Marianne Crocker Betty Crouch Linda Crowder Mack Crutchfield Mary Dailey Mike Danford Bobby Davila French Davis Brenda Day Karol Depew Pat Dobbels Peggy Dollins Raymond Drum Bill Duncan Pete Duplessis Dana Durrett Micky Edwards Don Eitel Carmen Espinoza Lois Euton Pat Evans Sharon Evans Shirley Farmer Tommy Farris is fin! 0,7 f' X , Wd Lois Ferrell Susan Fielder Frances Fields Judy Fields Andrea Fluke Sandra Fluke janet Ford Richard Ford Chris Foster Carolyn Frasure Orman Frazier Darlene Freeman Martha Freeman Pat Fremming Sandra Galline Kitten Ganakos Earnest Garner Becky Gaskin Kay Genseke Larry George Betty Gheen joe Gibbons james Godwin Marvin Godwin Charlotte Goff Jill Grabbe Linda Graham Patsy Gregory Kitty Gregson Mary Guajardo Cheryl Gumm Janice Ham Andrea Hanauer Robert Hanes Carolyn Hardwick l S5 ryet L, ii Wim f,k- i wail? 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Bailey, Gene A. Benson, Johnny Bracker, Frank Bradley, Larry Braswell, Ray Bunch, Ronnie Cadenbend, Charlottee Cagle, Frienda Cameron, Leslie Calender, Jack Cameron, Leslie Caralla, Sammy Carter, Robert Cavnon, Gordon Call, Edgan Cruce, Peare Judy Walters Ronnie Watts Elliott Way Bill Webb Joe Whitaker Donald Whitaker Judy White Johnnie Wfidener Joe Wfilcoxson Martha Wilbanks Tom Wilbanks Elaine Williams John Williams Robert Wilson N O PICTURE Mike Edmondson Linda Miller Ricky Perkins Don Young Danford, James Daniel, Wfilliam Davis, Wanda Jean Duggun, Robert Easlon, Kenneth Edge, Betty Edmonson, Mike Felts, Ronald Fields, Romnie Fawlen, Talma Francis, Hamil Freeman, Jerry Garren, Carol Jean Garrett, Vickey Garrett, Wilmen Garvin, Allen Gaiden, Bobby Green, Charles Gunn, Sandra Hall, Robert Haittman, Charles Haney, Robert Harkins, Gene Harris, Leonard Helton, John Hendricks, Carol Higgins, Judy Holten, Jenny Huber, Steven Jackson, Paul Johnson, Larry Jordy, Archie Kinkman, Sharon Kipp, Dorothy Lackey, Betty Lassiten, Jackie Lawrence, Jerry Lee, James Little, John Lopez, Rosa Lozane, Delia Lueck, John Mac Donald, David, Malone, Rosemary March, Johnny Massey, Robert Masters, Carmen Jean Masterton, James lylathews, Tina Mathews, Judi Miller, George Moore, Darlene Murphy, Grady Ockels, John Orr, Donnie Ontiyeros, Ray Page, Carl Parrish, Beverly Pankin, Elva Lee Pelt, John Pinny, David Priest, Carlas Rachal, Patricia Diana Jimmy Winters Janet Wooten Jeanne Worley Linda Wyatt Ann Yarbrough Henry Young Dickie Young Jimmy Zollicoffer Bobby Peters Rains, Earnest Rambo, John Ribbin, Linda Kay Roach, Nancy Robinson, Lelia Roland, Carolyn Russin, Donald Rush, Jo'hn Russell, Robert Salas, Eva Sailens, Vance Sallis, Lois Scruggs, Stirling Seahorn, Johnny Shannon, George Smith, James Sorrels, George Spugle, Mickey Stephens, Tommy Tirral, Harry Thomas, Don Torres, Ophelia Urban, Johnny Vaughn, Barry Vincent, Mike Wagliande. Anthony Walker, Floyd Ward, Raymond Ward, Robert Wfelch, Frank Welch, Gerald Wfelch, Sharon XVhitney, Janice Whittle, Larry Wilson. James Wilson, Robert Womack, Michaell Womack, Wanda Wfoodall, Ermen Woodell, Albert Wright, Jack Yaws, Charles SOPHOM RES FIRST ROW: Carolyn Burrows, Sandra O'dell, Norma Murray, Donna Mecklin, Tania Morgan, Paula Moore, Sara Beardeng SEC- OND ROW: Karen Moran, Carol Moore, Sandy Mitchell, Shirly Morris, Helen Mil- liorn, Sue Miller, Lindia Myrickg THIRD ROW: Tom McGowen, Bill Morrow, Susie Morgan, Beverly Norris, Carolyn Morgan, janet Negethong FOURTH ROW: Freddie Montalvo, Mike Murphey, Don Morgan, Rob- ert Milkner, Mack Lewis, Johnny Moveno. 86 CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT ,,,............... Vick Haak VICE PRESIDENT .,,,..,. Tommy Thompson SECRETARY ..........,..,,.,s Jeannie Marble fw-ww,,1s,--fffs5 w-w.,,r:m,,,-- -f - V -lg Q-'ffi--H l"rff'fff fffrazminmmrs FIRST ROW: Diane Pace, Joan Ragsdale, Eileen Railsback, Betty Puckett, Rosalie Rau, Frankie Rankin, Carol Peschke, Roxie Oliver, SECOND ROW: Sheila Pettigrew, Judy Peve- house, Donna Pope, Peggy Polston, Anne Bas- sett, Florene Owens, Kathy Pate, Roy Nevilg THIRD ROW: George Perry, Paul Peterson, Mike Patterson, Greg Rawlings, Jimmy Nach- linger, James Putnam, Fred Smith, FOURTH ROW: Don Laverjo, Mike Rigspy, Jack Wil- kinson, Robert Pendergraft, Charles Smith, William Baca, Mr. Martin. FIRST ROW: Leslie Puty, Dorothy Parrish, Lee Hawthorn, Elizabeth Ramirez, Judy Sim- mons, Joyce Phillips, Bernice Poe, SECOND ROW: Paula Puckett, Shirley Philpott, Doro- thy Artist, Kay Pierce, Stella Shearer, Annette Parsley, Eddie NeSmith, Diana Rhodes: THIRD ROW: David Barefield, Robert Felts, Dale Fleegle, Sammy Salazar, Bill Posyon, Jerry Atherton, Leslie Roddy, Johnny Rous- seau, Mr. Hazelwood. FIRST ROW: Alexia Tonick, Wanda Skelton, Kathy Reynolds, Jeannie Marble, Tarzie Thacker, Kitty Tussy, Carolyn Wade, Beverly Smith, Effie Smith, SECOND ROW: Otto Fajerson, James Wesley Smith, Mary Spade- man, Louise Wiley, Lizabeth Sudduth, Patricia Vargas, George Rotan, Sonny Barron, THIRD ROW: Edward Newell, Wilburn Young, Charles Wycliff, Davis Boyce, Lowery Vaughn, John Wayne Wood, Dale White, Mr. Harold Wood. FIRST ROW: Darlene Bigham, Janet Hig- gens, Wiley Bailey, Phyllis Noll, Cindy Pitch- ford, Nancy Butler, Pamela Bredeson, Judy Carr, SECOND ROW: Gary Brewer, Billy Boyd, Linda Butler, Betty Beason, Pat Nor- man, Elizabeth Blankenship, Jimmie Bannis- ter, THIRD ROW: David Berry, Bobby Cates, Howard Bond, Don Hart, Joe Bracken, David Fain, Richard Calvert. FIRST ROW: Linda Vantrees, Carol White- hurst, Carol Yates, Joi Ann Wortham, Susan Wood, Linda Young, Ann Bradley, Ruth Ware, Wilma Summers: SECOND ROW: Sharron Wright, Ann Wilson, Dorothy Todd, Susan Williams, Pat West, Linda Turner, Jeanette Wood, Betty Tolerson, Carolyn Wade: THIRD ROW: Richard Westmoreland, Calvin Womack, Pat Thurman, Teddy Trept, Billy Wilson, James Wilson, O. C. Wilkin- son, FOURTH ROW: John Wood, John D. Wolfe, David Woodruff, David Lowe, James Walters, Jerry Wright. FIRST ROW: Bernice Chamberlain, Jenny Oldfield, Joyce Mason, Jean Lumley, Mary Miller, Pat Walthall, Rita McDaniel, Jackie Parr: SECOND ROW: Maurice Chamberlain, Wanda Osborne, Jimmie Oakley, John Nichol- son, Linda Merrill, Linda Foster, Ginger Ful- enwiderg THIRD ROW: John Parr, Hank Price, Johnny Degelia, David Pickett, Nelda Lunsford, Gloria Ortega, Clarence Nall, FOURTH ROW: Jimmy Piccard, Jesse Mc- Coy, Dan May, Jimmy Nichols, Charles Ma- zer, James McGehee, Charles Murray. FIRST ROW: Gloria Cortinas, Sandra Franks, Ann Edwards, Linda Bankston, Martha Ed- wards, Donna Franklin, Sue Cowan, Peggy Crump: SECOND ROW: Gracie Dean, Yo- landa Fernandez, Johnny Beth Davis, Barbara Fowler, Denica Duncan, Laura Effel, Donna Burandt, Mona Elsikg THIRD ROW: Marty Davis, Joe Fleming, Patti Freeman, Linda Floyd, Donna Faries, Parke Davidson, Gary Crumpler, FOURTH ROW: Terry Denton, Dick Fant, David Davis, Richard Franklin, Holly Frost, Don Everroad: FIFTH ROW: Jigger Downing, Barry Emmett, John Tate, Rodney Davenport, Steve Fallis. . f--, idf' "l ""' V 'I ,L W , , vc , FIRST ROW: Chris Blair, Pat Agee, Linda Bell, Lynda Boswell, Dianne Brabham, Joyce Brown, Patsy Smith, Joyce Allen: SECOND ROW: Linda Baker, Pat Angell, Dorothy Ben- nett, Janet Bullington, Nancilee Bronar, Judy Anderson, Kay Baleo: THIRD ROW: Bill Blanton, Johnny Abraham, Harold Watkins, Bill Barrett, Glyn Blankenship, Jimmy Bau- man, Billy Ahrens, Paul Bates: FOURTH ROW: Tommy Armstrong, Lorin Bliss, Gary Autry, Ronald Halbrook, Raymond Benners, Glynn Bowman, Lynn Bowman, FIRST ROW: Charlene Hearn, Jewel Gould, Ann Harper, Patsy Fulgham, Mereda Genzel, Virginia Hall, Sherion Harrelson, Merle Hobbs: SECOND ROW: Madelyn Hayn, jim- mie Kaye Hendrix, Nancy Harp, Joan Hayn, Nancy Hollingsworth, Carolyn Hines, Ruth Lee Gracey: THIRD ROW: Victor Henson, Chris Hansen, Charlie Hardt, Victor Guggen- heim, Edgor Hall: FOURTH ROW: Mr. Cain, Richard Grace, Douglas Green, Vick Haak, Ray Grady. 89 FIRST ROW: Karon Bynum, Sandra Chan- cellor, Cathy Chamness, Sanya Carey, Marilyn Clark, Martha Bussell, Ester Cantu, Carla Coleman: SECOND ROW: Helene Casella, Glenda Bumbalough, Cherry Burroughs, Ju- dith Coffee, Catherine Carnes, Martha Clem- ents, Karen Clanton, THIRD ROW: Jack Bronstad, Frankie Cantu, John Carlisle, Rob- ert Brice, James Brittain, Orvil Gibson, James Craig, FOURTH ROW: Larry Bullington, Truett Wayne Burdine, John Craft, Michael Compton, Mr. Cate. FIRST ROW: Joy Hathcock, Ella Mae Jones, Susan Kennedy, Fay Hardy, Sandra Johnson, Barbara Ingram, Carol Lueck, Charlotte Hog- gard: SECOND ROW: Lyndon Hood, Hilton Lucas, Jimmy Malone, Odette Champlin, Judy Hathaway, Elizabeth Gray: THIRD ROW: Gene McNatt, Gary Hatch, Albert Masters, Jody Humber, Pat Lopez, Richard Hooper, J. B. Hudson, Mr. Jenkins: FOURTH ROW: Ronnie Jones, Johnny Johnson, Don Hood, Robert Walsh, Richard Kirby, Mike Fennant. 90 4-. ,PXM ' is FIRST ROW: Penny Maxcy, Connie Made- well, Lorraine Howard, Irene Martinez, Edna Kroneberg, Claudia Little, Cheri Johnston, June Malone, SECOND ROW: Carola Lisle, Jean Holton, Joyce McGlynn, Deanne Knodle, Marilyn Marlowe, Pat Kidd, Wanda Huff- man, THIRD ROW: Stephen Lampkin, David Hultsman, Billy Jack, Cecil Jones, Paul Lasi- ter,.Ronnie Lipps, Ray Key, C. I.. Smart, Mike Kembleg FOURTH ROW: Mr. Carter, Robert Lam, Eddie King, Homer Jones, Paul Jackson, Bobby Popp, Hugh Hood. 2' f 1 Xi' E 1. FIRST ROW: Joy Cadenhead, Ruth German, Dean Emmons, Mary Elliott, Sharon De Loach, Janelle Emmons, Jo Ann Coplin, Diana Elliffg SECOND ROW: Wayne Cox, James Donner, Hollis Cox, Robert Cook, Robert Harris, jerry Clancy, Raymon Guajardo, THIRD ROW: Leonard Gowins, Gary Goodman, Larry Good- man, johnny Cole, Larry Lamb, Dale Cone: FOURTH ROW: Marvin Hickson. FIRST ROW: Linda Stokes, Janet Savage, Mary Lou Schellinberg, Lanet Rice, Margaret Ray, Charlott Roberts, Dolores Ruiz, Margie Rogers: SECOND ROW: Glenda Stovall, Norma Stovall, Pam Shafer, Bettye Showers, Sharla Sims, Kathleen Stodardg THIRD ROW: Larry Smith, Jerry Vernand, J. W. Thomas, Cecil Sonntag, Jerry Adams, Dar- rell Thompason, Larry Teyg FOURTH ROW: johnny Smith, Bobby Stevens, Buddy Sum- mers, Harold Summers, Tommy Thompson, Miss Mabel Rockett, Steve Suareze. 3 9l FRESH FIRST ROW: Mary Hood, jerry Wilson, Martha Jett, Janice Jackson, Bertha Puente, joan Fierge, Patsy Gilbert, SECOND ROW: Lloyd Loving, Harry Lackey, Bobby Capps, Donna Harris, Linda Gilbert, Sherrie John- son, Carolyn Finley, Stanley Lancaster, Miss M. Morgang THIRD ROW: Mike Murphy, Larry Kelly, Jesse Lopez, Ronnie johnson, Glenn Stinebaugh, Tommy Koch, David Mc- Gee, Bobby Jones. 92 CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Ftfaiiellsigigi VICE PRESIDENT ...,,,,,l,r, SECRETARY Wanda Osbrin Donna Harris FIRST ROW: Madeline Cantu, Barbara Clen- denen, Frances Collins, Julia Busby, Brenda Earnhart, Clara Chance, Martha Campbell, Margaret Dickerson, Vicki Bell: SECOND ROW: Albert Torres, Danny Senter, Charles Davis, Larry Hale, William Ganakos, Clar- ence Halbrook, Harley Wayne Jones: THIRD ROW: Miss Creel, Hubert Rankins, Billy Henson, Jerry Dandridge, Earl Banks, Mike Cully, Kenneth Formang FOURTH ROW: Donald Hudson, Peter Davis. ROW 1: Cheryl Bradbeary, Sandra Brown, Glenda Atchley, Nelda Bankston, Becky Burns, Virginia Arthur, Beverly Law, Shirley Miller: ROW 2: .William Butler, Virginia Brown, Darlene Benson, Barbara Adams, june Brown, Iris Belk, joan Barham: ROW 3: jimmy Boyer, Kenneth Blankenship, Bryan Cullen, Charles Coplin, James Oldsfield, Lornell Bar- ber: ROW 4: Bobby Boles, Mrs. Comer, Frankie Coates, Tony Post, Edward Lents, Al- ton Blanton. ROW 1: Mary Pendleton, Joyce Poole, Glenda Price, Gloria Pomeroy, Pat Musick, Nancy Nystron, Kay Bradley, Juanita Padilla, Ann Peltg ROW 2: Mike Rodriquez, Jerry Sewell, jean Norris, Wanda Osbirn, Lottie Webb, john Richardson, Dale Haney, ROW 5: Miss Maness, Mike Perry, jimmy Smith, Marvin Cates, Ernie Sigler, Larry Pediford, Henry Stampferg ROW 4: Charles Bullard, Rudy Perez, Mike Piland, Carl Bullard. ROW 1: Linda Lancaster, Janice Mauldin, Frances Curran, Joan Mclnerney, Patica Knott, Barbara Jones, Grace McDaniel, ROW 25 Ethal McCraery, June Mclnerney, Paulette Killingsworth, Thelma Lee DeWitt, Alp Mc- Donald, ROW 3: Mrs. Virginia Tyler, Gene Owens, Johnny Paston, Gary Payne, Santos Torreo, Richard Packer, Billy Morris, Bonnie Martinez. Jimmy May. ROW 1: Billie Blalock, Pat Vincent, Annie Shipley, Janie White, Elizabeth Shaw, Sandra Wisnieuski, Sandra West, Carolyn Sanders, Nancy Smith, ROW 2: Gloria Trent, Kathy Specks, Janie Woods, Linda Smith, Zelda Rabe, Mary Vaughnsarrat, Lupy Jrevine, Nancy Blansit, Pat Smith, ROW 5: Richard Whishunt, Billy Willis, Jessie Garcia, Paul Yates, Fred Hume, Mike Hartsfield, Ray Waldrop, Johnny Willbanksg ROW 4: Jerry Woodall, Gary Willis, Miss Snoddy, Rick Lar- water, Mike Lubner, James Wesson. 94 FA URHTH-LS wif a ff jvx Z ff X X 1 Q- r 'T fb X 92'-"f.:..f-1-1..g,VX i ' gin QQf1"1QWf?f:4fw, + .. ur-1' I - Qi' ii?" rg 'i.:':-:- i-..-Q-.AI EUI6 19 - mf w- - --.... imgigi QL-F , 4' f:1i:i1'1P' ' !'Af f 1' I ,- X 1 .1 Q 5 1 11 TJ W -E. W'.'l"!'lAllfiw'mTf 'E :I f 'fW'- '! ,wgeaffli-'i "V ' A-A fs J. "A ES- 11, " Nd-2 - 1u".,f,-fu"wvU'w If jf 'I JV I' 'Q' 1 ,-u'174'g 5 - af., - , 1- J: ?: V I v . lf1y1 1:,,l . Qxfglla 5 ' tl - W - - MM 1. -'L' ',1 I.. . 1 P VC? xml, dl 4'V V I Sl' , .. 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V , CNW, Y V , V' ' 'T-57"1's ?f1 K"7'Y"' Q V' XVVVM' W A ' f . .4159 -X' 59" VV V j'Vf5g.V.f,2V,fM fl " 'f4f' '. V9 Vw-,-1 VVKBVMVVVVV ,,, ,-rw as ,+A ' , , Raj' Tiff' f" -sf"1fi"VVH ,V me , ,VV ff :V f H5 ffmf , x . V .QV f ,,,,q,, H, 'X L Xa XV ,knfxx -',.- . ,. ,,,3.1 ,V ,vva M, ,Q -YA , N. b rf. VxxQ.,VaE.'f. fn. V Vw., T 4 - 'Q-f,1V5SJ1- rw-L. Q , X A ' .":P"9Af "X-V fi .V V ,V C om fmzfzdunl Colonel Fulton Sgt. Andress Sgt. Smith Group Exer. Group Commander' Group S-1 David Lambrighf Richard Harrison David Clark Ronald Collins Janice Coffee John EIUSOH Davey Stokes Mike Leverington joe Whitaker II4 james Godwin One thing about a rifle, it can always use a good cleaning job. There are only two sizes in the R.O.T,C. supply room, too small or too large. COLOR GUARD David Titsworth, Harold Lee, Richard Calvert, Frank Bracken. The cadet officers always have a lot of work, as you can see. DRILL TEAM FIRST ROW: Wanda Deavers, Bobby Heil, Pete DuPlessis, joe Ondrusek, Harold Lee, Clarence Nall, joe Whitaker, Byron Granger, Bob Clements, SECOND ROW: Bob Bodiford, David Titsworth, Otto Fajerson, C. L. Smart, Albert Rodriquez, john Cook, joe Fowler, THIRD ROW: Jimmy Christian, Pierre Bradshaw, Bob Wilson, Richard Calvert, jimmy Malone, Ronald Felts. RI FLIE TEAM PRONE: john Parr, joe Bracken, Harold Lee, KNEELING: Clarence Nall, Robert Cookg STAND- ING: Richard Harrison, Karen Moran, David Titsworth, Bonnie Martinez, james Nachlinger, Ronald Browning. BAND KNEELING: Davey Stokes, Mike Barrett, David Bonnell, Larry Click, Beryl Moore, Ronald Feltsg FIRST ROW: Judy Coffee, Don Whitaker, Charles Smith, Robert Capps, Eddie Moore, Randy Sharber, James McGehee, Richard Grace, Gary Autry: SECOND ROW: Ronnie Watts, Stephen Lamkin, Tim Havens, Vaughn Dawson, Janes Conner, Roy Grady, Robert Lam, Wayne Morgan, David Pickett: THIRD ROW: Frank Corlett, David Johnson, Ronnie Jones, Johnny Seahorn, Mike Compton, Lorin Bliss, Richard Packer, Glenn Aldridge, Jerry Taggert. SPONSORS Karen Moran, Judy Coffee, Elaine Williams, Delois Tilley, Janice Coffee, Suzanne Neitsch, Judy Philbrick, Wanda Deavers. wx COMPANY M W ,QQN 'M C0'7?177YcZ72d67.' Elliott Way Spamof: Elaine Williams KNEELING: Byron Granger, David Lowe, Elliott Way, Pete duPlessis, joe Ondrusek: FIRST ROW: Elaine Williams, Bob Bodiford, Harold Lee, johnny Poston, David Sharp, Wayne Cox: SECOND ROW: C. L. Smart, Emmet Hudson, Roger Payne, Ronnie Snow, Harold Watkins: THIRD ROW: Robert Cook, William Sailors, Pierre Bradshaw, Bob Wilson, jerry Virden, james Godwin. fs Qv-. ,Mrf ,Q . .LW .rf C0mmaf1der.'iGary Walker Spomor: Delois Tilley KNEELING: Gordon Cavnar, Marvin Hickson, Gary Walker, John Daileyg'FIRST ROW: james McGeehe, Tim Havens, DI. D. Hickman, Richard Franklin, Charles Coplin, johnny Moreno, Frank Bracken, Delois Tilley, SECOND ROW: Fred Hume, Mack. Crutchfield, Berry Vaughn, Mike Kemble, johnny Degelia, Henry Stampfer, B'obby Davila: THIRD ROW: Peter Davies, Don Belknap, Bobby Yarborough, Rudy Perez, Richard Calvert. COMPANY MBI? l 7 X COMPANY M W C0mmmzcz'e1'.' Bob Clements Spofzfaw Suzanne Neitsch KNEELING: William Peterson, David Boyce, Bob Clements, Jimmy Christian, Robert Chanslorg FIRST ROW: Suzanne Neitsch, john Parr, Otto Fajerson, George Shannon, Holly Frost, Lynn Bowman, john Richardson: SECOND ROW: Albert Rodriquez, Clarence Nall, Glynn Steinbaugh, Leslie Cameron, Don Hudson, THIRD ROW: john Cook, Ronnie Jones, David Davis, joe Fowler, James Brittain. Carnfnandew Bobby Hejl Spomors Judy Philbrick KNEELING: Marvin Godwin, Kenneth Rives, Bobby Hejl, Richard Elder, FIRST ROW: Judy Philbrick, Wayne Morgan, Steve Huber, Charles Cavis, Billy Wilson, Dale White, Ronald Filts, Winson Corbin: SECOND ROW: Freddie Caviness, joe Bracken, Noel Conley, David Smith, Johnny Smith, Robert Massey, Danny Senter, William Baca: THIRD ROXW: Ronald Browning, Jimmy Nachlinger, Roy Grady, Vernon Chandler, Glynn Bowman, Bill Barrett, Raymond Pitts. COMPANY Mlllbll GEVEOR ES?-Q5 HRSA -IRL 'S EI LPM vw PNAS VENNE -5 4 Q 1 V J 'V G' ' Q qu - Rklx ,I Yi- x K "3-"- 'S:' l23 GE' STUDENT CDUNClllL, Adamson's backbone of democracy is the Student Council, an organization composed of the Students, with laws made by the Students, and operating for the Students. Under the able leadership of Mr. Harold Wood, Mr. Roland Hallmark, and Mr, David Forgey, the SC sponsors Howdy Week, Homecoming, dances, and many other enjoyable events. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS Preridenz Bill Miller Vice Preridefzl Richard Morgan Secretary Judy Philbrick Officers of the Student Council are elected by popular vote in the spring of the preceding year on leadership qualities. Benson, Darlene Bliss, Lorin Callahan, Paul Carnes, Cathy Champion, Tom Clark, David Coats, Marvin Coffee, Janice Dailey, Mary Louise Duncan, Meredith Edwards, Micky Elliott, Mary Pant, Dick Glass, Betty Gray, Carole Haak, Vick Harris, Donna Horn, Vala Jo Huffman, Wanda Jackson, Hulene Janousek, Juanita Keeney, Sandra King, Walter Lewis, Ruth McCaffity, Gary Masters, Albert Mauldlin, Janice Miller, Sue Moore, Eddie Moore, Gwynn Moran, Sandra Nichols, Robert Parsley, Annette Pettigrew, Sheila Post, Linda Ragan, Peggy Redmon, Susan Reynolds, Sondra Sandell, Rodney Sperry, Leslie Stephens, Ann Sudduth, Elizabeth Tilley, DeLois Vetkoetter, Ruth Waldie, Toby Wallace, Barbara Watts, Ronnie Woods, Janie NATTUNAL HONOR SUCTETY The members of N.H,S. are students of the highest scholastic standards. They are the upper 10 per cent of their class and must meet strict requirements set by the faculty before. they qualify for membership. Sponsor: MISS RUTH RUFFIN V JIMMY FISHER BILL BURKE KAY POST p ye Preridezzl V ire-Preridefzl Sfffefflfl' ppyp . A it Norma Acker ,,, .x:, , 2 ,I-:rw -, -.I I 1: we john Richard Sherrill Nita john Charlotte Clifton Elizabeth Ann Allen Best Brown Callison Carter Comer Comfort Cox V Ig 54 535: T I- David john Rita jenn Sue Jean Jane S804-lffl Farrar Gobel Griffin Harrison Henderson Jacobs Jordan Keeney , . g - gf' fax, ' " K a., , r-- I ' ' I, ' 'Z it if -fi - I . K H .,-, fv' -- Iiistc I " ft ' L T T 'I ttc e If fi I III. I I r s he 'iii - L " 7' Ruth Sue Bill Cheryl Carolyn Judy Pat Elaine Lewis McCaffity Miller Oliver Patton Philbrick Phillips Raper , is A f . 1 . V, k'V,. ,::l. I I ' f"'J""ff :" I' Q W ,II "'2' H' ccrr ' I ' Q fkg I f I S+ C 5' it i iiri "t:'l 3 i f-T Qt T' 1 f "t", - " "" yr ,ll-:P W V p f, ,:pp- . y I iz 1 ' ,.,1 . 1 :-,.: ,, ., . , E ,ff sr I li '1-:.' :.'-I Q ve - re Sue Sandra jill Linda Sandra Tommy Tomi NanCY Reid Senter Titus XX'ade Walters Weaks Wilson Yarbrough l25 sponsor. DR. FRANCES FREESE A A Mu Alpha Theta is a national honorary organization for students Who excel in the study of mathematics. NOT PICTURED: J, Alford L. Howard D. Brabham C. jones .K F. Braken F. jones 4, " K, Eallon J. Loving I l L. Effel S. Lovingood W D. Franklin T. McGown -,A S. Gunn B. Morrow C. Hansen R. Pentagraft .', David Tabor David Bonnell Charlotte Comer John 'n . J... T7... h.....Ja..4 K' ,U-..n4,u-fu Alla- J erry Bill Connie Nita Bonnie Christine Elizabeth Mack Arnold Burke Bussell Callison Caruth Coe COX Crutchfield Raymond Chris Kay Gordon John jill Jean Sandra Drum Foster Genseke Givens Gobel Grabbe Harrison KCC-ny S Steve Kay Sue Bill johm Kay Mike Joe Larner Leatherwoocl McCaffity Miller Miller Monk Murphey Ondrusek av fl ' 'STQ t 2 my fs Carolyn Margaret Kay Elaine Sue John Davy Patton Pold Post Rape: Reid Spillyards Stokes - g g' k 4 5 V AI.. .':'. ' B . rl.. ...ai ' '... ' . l. . Shannon Lydia jill Toni Jean Linda Ann Diane Suarez Thomas Titus Weaks Worley Wyatt Yarbrough Broadhead l26 , R Vi gq Through pictures and print, the Oak tells the story of a year at Adamson . It tells of 'football and basketball games, dances, organizations and awards. To S many people, it is a story of life at Adamson. To the students and faculty, this r U sss, .ZAVAA b ook will serve as a record of the 1960-61 year. 'V :""" ' V ' MRS. MORELLE MOORE, Sponsor - , X4 aff? f 1 li x E Z David Tabor Bill Burke 'S 1 Ronald Collins Tom Foster Charlotte Comer Elizabeth Ann Cox Karol Dephew up Yi 16:1 . 5 r y Kay Genseke n z, Y ',itt gb, trr, 3 ',,, V t.r- IQ 'iir, D - 'E'-iiia?if" -flufsfgff f if:-. M " ' VV55 f H ...'-"Ii .:' :" ' : 'V ,V - f if fxlif' i V. , . jf rgliir f ' A . . W ,lik i n 1 ."kV ix , .L "" - or ,G r fi ssrs , f l. O S H .,.., . ,.,, V I ,'rr.e ., flfff H13 412. , I Sally Humphreys Judy Ledbetter Virginia Mi ller Lydia Thomas OAK BUSHNESS STAFF The Oak Business Staff, under the leadership of Mr. Brownlee, handles the payments and distribution of the yearbooks at Adamson. T ,521 T :,, 4 -K Mr. George Brownlee, Spomor 4,01-nf NHUCY Biggi Sf' Nancy Muller, Sr. 2 yeah? 2 yepzry Margaret Polk, jr. Z year These three girls and Mr. Brownlee spend the first period of each day working with the accounts of the school organizations, the yearbook payments-, and the school budget ACU N STAFF The br-monthly edition of the ACORN serves to keep the students of Adamson informed on the social and scholastic events, and is the chief means of finding what is happening around school Sherrill Brown Editor Jane Jordon Mr. Joe Norton Judy Ledbetter Arrimznz Editor 1 Spomor Arrirmnz Editor xr L V , . . . lrat A io," fl t lili Madeline Parrish Feature Editor Pat Archer Larry Clinton Marvin Coats Bill Duncan Janet Ford Y Tommy Foster Donald Goodenough Byron Granger Sue Henderson X ,E ,.V,5 E , ff 3? jeffie Johnson janet Lusk Dennis Meador Virginia 'Miller ' rf - r W f--,- V ' . si f ' 53552 i s A erii ff A Elaine Price Sandy Reynolds Claudia Uhler Jackie Welton Linda James V. cliff w, I , ,f gzg .kr' Sli. 5 ,, K if is SE ,i 3 325 3 5 X :rt J , at Kathleen Philips W A V, in ' K W 2' 1 t K Stanley Zareff I 2 9 L L A N D S Q R UD L Sponsor MR JOE NORTON An honorary society for high school journalists, consisting of both newspaper and yearbook members. JANE JORDON Judy Ledbetter Tom Foster S efrefm'y-Trearurer Vice Prefiderzt Pfeiidenl 5 f, -J:-, 1 In K A ,f,'v::. j,g,,.i V , me my ii, d 1 y 5 JJyJe 1 Pat Archer Sherrill Brown I - ' HUL L" mf,,.7NQ:f kv 1 S an as :Qu-w wwf' N 2, xi M , , . Hx' , , X ' ,z at fs S I Q 'Se f. J' -r ' r if M au H fi Q ,S Rgnald Cglling Cha1'lOtf6 COITIC1' imMg i I Sue Henderson Jeffie Johnson S., -as ig. ei . . 55:11 2' . K' M X if Bill Burke Marvin Coats Y' iw , ....f- - -, if JWQW 33555 . or Elizabeth Cox Bill Duncan Linda James Janet Lusk Virginia Miller Madeline Parrish Judy Philbrick David Tabor Stanley Zareff ' ' " Iii? ik' fi 1 fe -- . , L an Y 51. 5-W' ,S L ' , Sa -re. A Q. ,.. . ' , KEY CLUB Sponsor: MR. K. N. BRASHEAR y The Key Club is a national service organi- zation sponsored Within the high schools by the Kiwanis Clubs. Members are selected by the present mem- bers and approved by the teachers. The Club is active in both social and serv- Bobby Reid Bm Miner Gordon Givens T ice even tS. Pfgyidgm Vzre Prexldenl Secretary Jer ry jay Bauman David Clark Larry Clinton Pete DuPlessis Larry George Richard Harrison f f Tom Holland jimmy McGlammery Leslie Miller Richard Morgan Joe Onclrusek Mike Pitman Freddy Powell Bill Pursley David Tabor Tomlinson Dickie Young Don Gooclenough MEMBERS NOT PICTURED jimmy Bauman Eddie King Vick Haak George Sorrolls Charlie Hardt Tommy Tompkins l3l PANEAMERHQCAN CLUB Learning about our neighbors south of the border and about their countries is the purpose of the Pan-American Club. Spomorx' MISS EUGENIA NEWBERRY HAROLD WOOD Prefidenlx SUE MCCAFFITY Vice Prerident: CARMEN ESPINOSA Serretary.' GLORIA RETTA Sponsor: LESTER ROBBINS NATllUNAlL lF'URlE',NSllC LEAGUE l NLF is an honorary organization for students who show an outstanding ability in debate. JERRY ARNOLD JANE JORDAN Jill Titus Elaine Rape! Prerident Vire Preyident Secretary Trerzmrer ' tnii R ft J , in Rnnto J Richard Best l Richard Harrison Kathleen Phillips , .Vi 1 . , f 'L .,',E:2.F'5-If-:fk'nE 5:12. " 'U " V ., ,Q k,r:,,. Q, , f , .nj S, vp b Q K , N is . VWH . . M. .t,. .,. , S 1 Ronald Browning P '-. 1 :ff M 5 'it 15 X ikgzggs jg 2 .. NM . fi, , wa ,L , - 2' lf. . 1:gwgsfgf1ws3,,,:? K 1 Q Q' ".i' Q., fkhz Gary Moon Kay Post Janet Ford Kinchen Pier John Spillyards Jimmy David Larry David Dolores Mike Lois Andra Ava Carolyn Chl-lgtlan Clark Click Conner Davis Edinundson Ewton Hanauer Don Navme oe Nancy Bobby Ralph Basil Mary Linda Sally Hart Han Hathaway Heard Hel Heinandes Holt Hood Houston SELECT ORUS Under the able direction of Mr. joe Teague, this organiza- tion has brought much credit to Adamson. Besides presenting programs for the student body, they are often heard in many civic programs. Their perform- ances include the presentation of Mirr Chewyhlorrom, The Garz- dalierr, excerpts from The Mer- siazh and Elijah, appearances at Kiwanis, Rotary, and Lions Clubs meetings, the Fine Arts Museum, various churches, and appearances on KERA-TV and With the Dallas City Orchestra in "Stars over Dallas." To this fine group goes our congratula- tions on a fine season. ,ar 4.2! Martha Ronald Campbell Chaves Hardwick 'an L, -' z ,"' W -iam f, o r tsse sts e P' -' - ee ,g Q Q s A Q , w 1 . V - -f 'T to K feslwffin. f l ' M it 55 is R f' H P 5 R it m-LA ff ..12' Q V X, 4h " 4 Ss . . A ' V nf ky nl Hulene Susan Sondra Cheri Walter Carolyn Steve Kay Kay Gary J3Ck50f1 Jay Johnson Johnston King Kretzschmar Larner Leatherwooil Ludden McCaffity e t w W i t ,." R y R as 'V 5 w. at A f' tfwi , ,gtg 4 it 5 .yi -. L' -we i R1Ck PUSSY Ddlgllt Cidle Pat Jackie Annette Carolyn Pat Hank MCCOYIHQIWY MCK1ddY Milburn Mitchell N0rm21r1 Parr Parsley Patton Phillips Price le: :r 3 'M Bafbafa BIUY Gene Carol Diane Nancy Gary Elaine Barbara jerrel Purser Pursley Questa Rhea Rhodes Roach Shields Simpson Streater Sutton i iiss 7 ii" ' A- 5 iiii yiis i A , i I f "' 'i" " " t I - K fa-: -,, s-. . --: ,1 sfS1n!ftlr. K R e R- . 1 -islss l 1 f W t I W e Barbara CXQria'ri3x Susie .lui-ly Sandra Ronnie jane Linda Nancy Tilley Townsend r Tucker Walters Walters Watts Wray Wyatt Yarbrough is -L N--2 - 'H-N 'qu 5?n' X iq GHRLS9 CHURUS ART C IIB Sponsor: MISS MEREDITH SCHROEDER MEMBERS NOT IN PICTURE Heath, Jimmy Lewellen, Pat Loosier, Josie Kokel, Terry Muirhead, Lynne Picard, Jimmy Ramirez, Nancy Salas, Gloria Sarratt, Bonnie Smith, James Wade Vincent, Raymond Bailey, Janette Bullington, Larry Burris, Freddie Camp, Billy Davis, Johnny Beth Davis, Linda Donaldson, Irita Gardner, Joyce Gunn, Judy Heard, Nancy MEMBERS PICTURED SEATED: Linda Riggin, Marilyn Clark, Bonnie Caruth, Betty Crouch, Sandra Colburn, Jean Mason, Janet Negethong SECOND ROW: Judi Matthews, Bonnei Tate, Jacqueline Bougie, Susan Morgan, Janie Woods, Norma Dean Murray, Angie Baker, Lynda Welch, Sherrie Boyd, Ralph Hernandez, Fred McCullough, THIRD ROW: Frank Welch, Freddie Stephenson, Gerald Siler, Dwain Jarman, Donald Rhea, Thomas Jones, Pete Dominquez. FALL TERM OFFICERS Prexident-Lynda Welch Vice President-Terry Kokel Sefrezzzfy-Nancy Ramirez SPRING TERM OFFICERS President-Lynda Welch Vice Preridem'-Angie Baker Secremry-Sherrie Boyd f I' r 72,5 fa f "'z:.n:aS55ftt,-,:,g , , , Q flaiaiae - if Elia. NATTONAL THESPTANS W. Ham TROOP 338 The National Thespians is an organization composed of high school students who are interested in dramatics and debate. Its members act in special tournaments, present as- semblies, and take an active part in other theatrical events. Members are elected to the group by present members on acting qualities. fi X ia ,t A Y NM , 5 3 W P' 4 ff x ,-f af? Q 2, Q F37 F lx I Q E z we g J ti -1 t hh -'Puig at T VN A M t, S if 5 if M15 ,ig any V, A Delois Tilly Tom Foster Madeline Parrish Prerident Vice Prerident Secretary-Treasurer H .. .,.,. 3 , L ttt,i t teet T gc tw'-'ff' Janette Baily Diana Broadhead Dana Durrett Janet Ford Byron Granger Lynn Hollowell jeffie johnson Kay King Kay Luddon julie McGehee NOT PICTURED Sandra Gunn Shelia Pettigrew Eileen Railsback Elaine Simpson Tommy Tomlinson jeane Worley Stanley Zareff '37 F 0 To A0 FUTURE TEACHER OF AMERICA Sponsor: MRS. HELEN LARNER The F.T.A. consists of students who plan to teach in elementary or high school. The Club extends membership to all who wish to join. . h I Shannon Suarez Ann Yarbrough Betty Gheen jean Jacobs OHS of the HCUVIUGS performed Preridenl Vife Prefident Serremry Treazrurer by the F.T.A. is selecting the "Teacher of the Monthf' Pat Archer Kay Brown Connie Bussell Christine Coe Dolores Davis Dana Durrett Kay GCHSCICC Charlotte Goff Judy Gunn Ava Harden Sue Henderson Carol Huggins f 'T M , rst, L V .leffie Johnson .lime l0fdaf1 ElS2l I-Ogafl jean Mason Margaret Eolk Dixie Robinson NO PICTURE Kathleen Stoddard Beverly Norris Donna Franklin Elaine Simpson Ann Stephens jill Titus Linda Wade Stanley Zareff l38 LTBRARY SRRVTCE CLUB These students relinquish their study halls in order that they can help Miss Thompson and Mrs. Browne keep the books in proper order. This helps the students of Adamson find them without much trouble. We top our hats to these students for their good Work. Preriderzl: Cecile Mitchell Vive P1'eridezzz!Patricia Lott Johnny Balajka, Bobby jenkins, Cecile Mitchell, Patricia Lott, Christine Coe, Ray Key, Jerry Holton, Vickey Garrett, Mrs. Browne. LEFT TO RIGHT: Donna Burandt, Bonnie Tate, Kaye Monk, Bob Haney, Miss Thompson, .lllUNllUR RED CRUSS Pictured above are the industrious members of the Adamson Chapter of the junior Red Cross, a junior organization of the American Red Cross. Like the American Red Cross, the junior organization is a service group. Among their many activities, the JRC makes Christmas decorations for the hospitals, children's homes, and the homes for the aged. These are just a few of their commendable activities. OFFICERS President . . . Diana Brodhead Produfliorr Manager . , . Alene Leslie Vice Prefiderrt . . . Marty Davis C0-Prodaflion Manager . . . Nelda Reno Serrelary-Treamrer . . . Marilyn Lamb Other members of the club are: Virginia Polston, Edna Kronenberg, Karen Clanton, and Nancy Hollingsworth. CAN .1 5 2 4 JU '9 '9 490 CRQ5 Y.:-"lli'llf.'i',lE, Y-Teens is an organization of girls sponsored by the Y.M.C,A. of Dallas Its mem bers receive a membership card which entitles them to all of the actn ities which the Y sponsors. Ann Stephens Kathleen Tollerson Kathleen Stoddard Diane Pace Sharla Sims Rosaline Race Iren Martinez Judy Anderson Gloria Cartinas Betty Puckett Sherion Harrelson Kay Genseke Ruth Ware Susan Morgan Juanita Janusek Sara Bearden Irita Donaldson Peggy Ragan Linda Turner Eileen Railsbuck Martha Bussell Bettye Showers Sponsor: MISS MABEL ROCKETT President: JILL GRABBE FUTURE NURSES The Future Nurses Club is an organization of girls who work in the clinic under the supervision of Mrs. Moll. Most of these girls plan to make nursing their life's Work. These girls frequently take field trips and get much practical experience by being in this club. Darlene Moore Mary Landrum Carolyn Askins Lonette Waller Frances Belk Cheryl Oliver Carol Vonk Kathleen Thoma Nelda Robertson Frances Ramo Lynn Murhead Jenny Oldfield Elva Parker Lois Ferrell Judy, Hughsi Beverly Parrish Brenda Reed Judy Kaiser Susan Fielder Janet Hoffman Judy Kennedy Linda Potts Shirley Farmer Sally King Linda Riggin Andrea Fluke Margie' Cook Glenda Kaye Brown Donna Du Bois Josella Negethon Judi Matthews President: VIRGINIA POLSTON Sponsor: INIRS. KATHERINE IVIOLI. llN"lF'lERSCHCU'lL,ASTllQ SPELLERS The team and alternates for Interscholastic League Spelling Contest, consisting of Margaret Polk, Laura Effel, Carolyn Rhodes, and Kaye Brown, competed against teams from all other high schools in the city April 8, 1961. The group is sponsored by Mrs. Mary L. Underwood. 1 I WEBSTERS li I ll ' mmoNARY i 5 . ADAMSUN LEU ARDETTES For the 12th consecutive year the Leopardettes have enriched the half time shows of Adamson High School. Having performed all over Texas, from Amarillo to Corpus Christi and from Lubbock to Carthage, the Leopardettes are the only high school twirl- ing team in the stateg and for two years they have brought recognition to Adamson by leading the annual Cotton Bowl Parade. MAJIURETTES L WANDA DEAVERS, Senior 2 Year Leader DELORES DAVIS, Senior 1 Year Leader ich! El Q S 5 111 , 11'1fz,fz--f1:f1f:,sf Q1 5 g-ii:-fs,'fiigiiggfjfg wg f5'f?f:F. 5I5Ii!f'T S Qffuffifli V ' Q if " -: . .. gli' T MRS. RAE CULLUM Sponsor JUDY PHILBRICK, Senior 1 Year Leader SUE TUCKER, Senior 1 Year Leader I44 TOMI WILSON, ROSE MCPHERSON, Senior 1 Year Leader 2 year leader Joyce Allen Carolyn Askins Kay Bates Helen Chapman Mary Dailey Sandra Fluke Kitten Ganakos Jill Grabbe is 2 2 5 l 5 jean Harrison Juanita Janousek Sandra Keeny jean Moody Shirley Moody G nn Moore K M ' ' ' Wy HIGH Ofall Sandra Moran Charlotte Roberts Elaine Williams I45 5' 2 Linda Chapman Cathy Carn6S Donna Faulkner Cheryl Gunn Linda Houston Carol Huggins Kay Leatherwood Clauda Little tut' CW W XX Cheryl Oliver Dorgthy Parrish Cindy Pitchford. Linda Post PQ885' Ragon joan Ragsdale Patti Sherril Barbara Streater Sherrion Tarlton Diane WIISOH I46 -W an mmm .-mf,-K l DELo1s and JERRY THE ll9l6nlll CHEERLEADERS . carried the spirit of Adamson all the way from the conquest of the South Zone title in football to the victories of basketball and baseball. The spirit builders practiced once a week during the summer months and planned pep assemblies all through the fall semester. DELOIS TILLY, who served as cheerleader last year, was elected Head by her fellow members due to her leadership and ability. Senior JERRY ARNOLD, a veteran cheerleader from Boude Storey jr. High, was very spirited and worked hard to promote Leopard spirit. "A lotta vocal ability" is just one of the descriptive statements that mark SANDY REYNOLDS. His character and cheerleader qualities cinched the election for PAUL CALLAHAN. RODDAH HYDE's high voice and hilarious jumps added to Adamson's height in spirit for the '60 season. JEANNE MARBEL, who was elected during her freshman year, is expected to achieve many cheerleader honors. DAVID CLARK worked hard to push the spirit of Adamson. Spirit and vitality mark senior EDDIE CRONAN. RALPH MARTIN Sponsor . iii I 'ta,.t SANDY and PAUL I . ftt DAVID and JEANNE V I ii p I -,.. ' 1. ,. A, RODDAH and EDDIE MR. ROBERT L. DAVIS Director OFFICERS Warren Donworth . ,r,,,,,r Bill Lively .. . Beverly Tucker . David Farrar ,,r,,,, Wayne Morgan .. Susan Kennedy ,,,r. er-gr a . . Vice Prefidefzl . Serreim'y-Trearzzrer Mamzge1'-Lilamfiazrz The traditional "Flying A" THE LEOPARD BAND SHOWCASE OF W. H. ADAMSON Next to our football team's winning the South Zone Championship, the biggest news for the Leopard Band was the arrival of seventy-seven new uniforms just in time for the championship game with W. W. Samuell. The Leopard Band had an active fall season playing for the pep assemblies and presenting half-time shows for all the football games. Besides accompanying the team to Birdville and Longview, the band travelled to Denton and Austin for the N.T.S.C. and University of Texas Band Days, played in two torch-light parades and one concert during the State Fair, and participated in the Cotton Bowl parade. The band was also special at the annual Cotton Bowl Classic on january 2. 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'X Jig, L K K g ? 139' if pl 1 ' ff , New fi X 1 , 7 f,.-E - X :XXX ff Q q - wj X I ffffmllggk ll I ' - ' g Q idk , X- S J ff ff - X HX X f 1 f 7 f In "' f 'I . W f if W jf! K - sig!" J Z ! faq! X , X , X. 1 'E' 3 7 f , K , .fl I ff Q R r ff 7k S If 5 I 7 fp W X JM X X g NX Y :S-Z! , 5 X, .. -. 4 f Q A, , , 7,23 I 2 ' If .ll 1'y12,ffa7! 1 W Z ,C f f fx Z7 , Q , I Q .Q 4 M5 , rt! 'I'-' I' If I. I fl sg 1' W .uf 'sl E V, 1.401 'ff f X J '- 1, J 3 , X ffzff' Q gig, A 4 - - To ,M W I ZZ! X 1 ,,.i..S- -l 54, f I5l Za K. 1ll FUUTBALL LEOPARDS CAPTUR SOUTH ZO E TllVlll'LlE For over two months during the 1960 football season, Adamson's victory flag displayed the proud conquest over Leopard foes. Seasonal record showed only one loss and one tie. Hillcrest jumped the gun, scoring on the kick-off and holding the Leopards down throughout the game. A shortage of time was a large block in the path to victory for the cat's game with highly rated Longview Lobos. Rain proved to be to the Leopards advantage for a tremendous win over Birdville. The Adamson eleven kept this winning streak throughout the pre-district games and later over-powered the Jesuit Rangers and Bryan Adams Cougars for a fine climax to the 760 season. Coach jim Batchlor's pre-season worries soon vanished as Adamson entered the South Zone 6 AAAA District with one loss, one tie, and two wins. SEASON SCORES Adamson ............ 6 Hillcrest ...... ...... 1 2 Adamson ............ 6 Longview ....... ...... 6 Adamson ............ 24 Birdville ............. ..... 6 Adamson ............ 26 Bryan Adams ......r....... 7 Adamson ............ 26 Xliimball ............. ..... 6 Adamson ............ 7 :ESOC ................... ..... 7 Adamson ........ 30 tNorth Dallas .............. 0 Adamson ............ 50 Jesuit .............. ........ 1 8 Adamson ............ 26 9fSunset ..... ........ 1 4 Adamson ............ 12 WSamuell ....... ........ 1 8 'k Denotet dixzrirl games 'H' Denalei city play-offs it GX 3 .. p .p .. y K jg. . . - 3359 'fe JOHN ALLEN, sr. End a G y .f:h,' '41 4' -. I 4 .rrta . ,LA .. , .,...,.: ., , .,,. .. ,,.. , f- .i Q1 fetal . sf , ., V: -, f- fwfvwfw- f f.,im:.a.v:.m..:zf . wx .A Q, Mm-:wf aa,ftfzs-:wr:wrfs.1 H 5 'F 5 effigy .new ,rwgiggeixffaa-1515.55 fr '.: s 'hs ,s nf.. . . .ff - ,sl fe ..-fu:z,'sasm.r.g5 weiiem " . wf:.gQf 'lf 1 sv 9 . ..,,, we .. 425. 1' LW ..., .M . , .ff T 1 . . . . ,.-, ,,.f 6 -...Q . . -' -70 1 ':af'f.egi .. 1 eww' T R if ui" 5 2 R? 2 4 .E -. wi. ily, :Zi bgtktwww F 1 v. an ' TEE: 'Sf , L ff S1 ss .Sb ai .,.., -2 L 7-if w..a::S1v:'--,,.:--fm :r:-ww' .ke X: V-1-217 :E f?Uif5:fLf?i?l'-iff :W f 1,....s:ff-Q,.e,,.l5-- ..., V. -f-k A aria. ,,,, A.z..f.,.,-...gag JAY BAUMAN, sf. Guard 2 year letterman 'WUI xt ? ' , 97 , 1 '4 3ff1,lEn-"fp, , f iii? W' t. W- X , 4 1 3 ,E 1 if W ,fa . at 5 ff it ., . flE...m, 4' is a:-1"::' Wa --,, . . f., f - '11-as-frygrx wzs-..m Q f A 5 . 'R M g 5 Lg I .- Wt ,-,,-jx, , RAYMOND CASTILLO, Sr. im 2 fy We-, all ' M1 -at va f , 1 ,r if , ,... , K " .-ffifff If-fi21ea:2l - w ROGER CHEEK, Sr. End Guard The rain discouraged the some 1,000 fans that had gathered during the first quarter, but very much pleased the team. Why? Adamson 26 Kimball 6. 4 26 6 W llflmws llilnrngllwrfs poor llll s W1th a drenched freld and an ocean of water the Adamson Leopards drowned the Kmghts of Krmball Land for the frrst dxs trrct Wm Stanley Puckett proved hrmself an able bodxed seaman scorrng three touchdowns hrs longest for 65 yards on a Krmball fum e The ram proved to be to the Leopard s ad vantage Krmball made 13 fumbles wrth Adamson recowerrng 7 of them and scorrng on The fast thrnkrng spotted cats took to the water lrke ducks for a 26 6 w1n ADAMSON O 14 6 6- 6 KIMBALL 'Use WWW an 'GY QWW ...sf-Wa. , . LARRY CLINTON, Sr, RUSSEL COZART, Sr. RONNIE CRABTREE, Sr. TOMMY FARRIS, Jr. Center End Tackle Tackle 3 year letterman 1 year letterman 1 year letterman I54 'Z' l1ll'l1 0 66 99 - D elk 7 7 5 bl . ' 7 3. ,. ............ . 2 .. 6 O O O- 6 l ! r'r' 'la.1 5 it ""'dv - J 2 'lf ' if s ilk' ' 5 46' 92 : 1 s Q n lgsfi' ff w s- f -rr: ir K, VV,.V ,. . -"' - I kiikwk i f 4715, ,.V .. S ,a ff? lm X Magi? '+ i if if wg Q xx Y U, 4 ri 3 X fa "ff Z ff an s L f Q 6 ix I 1 f 2 eg V S in af 1 sl , is K 5: , N' fi li 5 P txt Eze 'e ll.. .aw ef" li X Xx JIMMY FRAMPTON, Sr. LARRY GEORGE, Jr. SONNY GLASCO, Sr. DICKY I-IICKMAN, Sr Halfbggk Tackle Fullhack Center 1 year letterman 1 year letterman 2 year letternian IEOIPARDS TOP BEARS ON MFIRSTSW 5 HDCCDWVIIIIS PTOWC District Qiincellar Predicted to be the toughest game of the season, the battle with SOC proved to he one of the closest in more Ways than one. Adamson held the lead until late in the third 'quarter on points, but SOC completed a pass and a kick for the tie. The Bears led on penetrations, which would have won the game, until Ray Don Matthews recovered a SOC fumble on the Adamson 38. The Leopards were ahead on first downs QS-6j hut behind on the all important pene- trations Q2-3j. Mike Pitman made a two yard run to the SOC 19 which tied the penetrations. Wfith a 11-6 lead on downs, the Leopards heat the Bears for the first time since 1953. ADAMSON.. . O 7 O O-7 SOC. ....... O O 7 O-7 Slightly favored South Oak Cliff gave the Leopards a hard time for the South Zone 6 AAAA title, but in the end the 5 first downs gave the hard-hitters a victory crown for the rest of the season. RICHARD HEARNE, Sr. DUANE JACKSON, Sr. WALTER KING, Sr. HERSHEL JOHNSON, Sr Tackle Guard Quarterback End 2 year letterman 1 year letterman 2 year letterman l55 44' , R 5 r 5 P figs , , air 't S. J ,L mai: ,, if si in A 1 -1, fi fi 3 at if -sr., ,sv Q X XVILLIAM LOCKART, Sr. Center 1 year letterman YS 9Y.:::ft'. ,fQ'j2 - ' - -A ---' X J :s' ffl? - RICHARD MORGAN, Sr. Halfback 2 year letterman " if g452,gs ?sg K 1, wa f : S 2523 2 B xx, N ' if s 'I H as rs X gain? X at ' i L si JOEY PATE, Sr. End 'QM ....,,.,,,,,Q was 1, t pi . 5' ' S: 'f'f5Ei"' 122, f J .11 in Z K A .-:ian -A::,.:. 154 w V . 5: 55, ogg s p QVZ., -A L-'L A . ' sss ttsc V- L,.,. . V ' , i sw. fy, ' K -- H :isa If 5, lg 2, ,W ,ML ai C- f if L' i:iEi3EPZ:a:s-: gif: ' l " 1 af' ..-eff" ggw ra g g h. Kew: w :--H . ,, ' , 2 K2 ra f A L Q ,Q X s at xy S, N 2 at I 1 Z Q 2, aa-401.33 5 af Ax 4 'ix ai 331 3 2 l at My F X app Q A ,gm K 2. ,v x f 3 J Y we avr 2 ,R new 5 jak, Y ig 54 6 I Q if X V? ag, nad , I Z 'fit s Wifi? ig i 'tit X 5, 'L V 'L ,W 1. Sw si, W ff V I -safe ' i 5 'Q N 5 1 1 A A K ,-5 , J sz - - ,few ggzzf 7 ,,-5 . ':-gf-.ggft - RAY LIATTHEWS, Sr. -BILL MILLER, Sr. JERRY MOODY, Sr. Halfback Halfback Guard 5 year letterman 1 year letterman 2 year letterman NOD, STAYS MWLHNLESSV f AGAHNST spommeopggyftts D Glasco runs the extra points as Clinton blocks. Adamson put the leash law in effect on the winless North Dallas Bulldogs for the third district win of the '60 season. The Leopards kept the ball throughout the first quarter until the score. Pitman ran 20 yds. to the Bulldogis 18, and again carried the ball over for the score. Sonny Glasco ran the extra points Qabovej. Pitman again scored, this time after a pass interception and nine plays. Batunan kicked the point, making it 23-0. Walter King gained 47 yds. in seven plays for the final touch- down. Bauman again kicked. ADAMSON c,,s,..,.....,,c. ..,. S 0 15 7-50 NORTH DALLAS rr, .r.. 0 O 0 0- O i,ssi.y. if ,,,.,,-,., 5 LEONARD PATTERSON, sr. it End Halfback , A fp .Q-fi 1 year letterman "" ' MIKE PITMAN, sf. ,1 3 year letterman . A ALL-CITY , , ,g,, A , S i f 3 S ,X , fs llfgalfl wiki S525 1 V ' " l ' K if Vf7 f a ll if I fl 2 1 Wt' iwwkji 3 at .,.:. 'V'. .-1' L Q ivq y S ,..Q , ' J N si S at E FREDDIE POWELL, Jr. STANLEY PUCKETT, Sr. GENE QUESTA, Sr. End Fullbackland End Fullback ' 1 year letterman 2 year letterman ALL-CITY ADAMSQDN BEATS OLDEST RllVAlL, Young's efforts to pass to Pitman. Both tradition and determination sparked the Leopards a proud score and a South Zone title against an old rival-the Sunset Bisons. Leading city scorer C88 TD'sj completed the first touchdown with a seven yard dash. The kick failed and Sunset recovered for their first score. 72 yards later, Pitman caught a 27 yard pass from Dicky Young. Mathews rn the extra points with fine blocking from lineman Moody, Hearne, and Clinton. Sunset again scored, and with 2:28 left in the third quarter, the score was tied. 65 yards, 10 plays, and Stanley Puckett were the combined efforts which made the 20-14 score. With 13 seconds left to play, Pitman again scored for Adamson. ADAMSON .cccc, SUNSET ..cc..,ic MICKEY EDWARDS, jr. Manager 1 year letterman 6 8 O 12-26 . ..,.. 7 O 7 O--14 RALPH HERNANDIZ, Sr. Manager 2 year letterman f 5 f-" H . --Q-ta, ,as . X ' ,,Wi5 sa .fm 115521145 1.1 ff e 'rgffnxsff A . 3 iiwafragifm-'wa:'w1ff1rs1:s:1fg 'Y 1,' f ' BOBBY REID, Sr. Tackle 2 year letterman ALL-CITY 1 A 5 i,t, l i ROGER WADE, Sr. Guard 1 year letterman DICKY YOUNG, jr. Quarterback 2 year letterman LEOPARDS Wlllfi FUR Qllflllif Vllllflllllslldl The pigskin race between North Zone winner Samuell and South Zone winner Adamson offered the most exciting bout of the 1960 football season. Adamson died valiantly before a crowd of 14,500 at Cobb stadium, but the next week saw W. W. Samuell fall before Ft. Worth Pascal for the state play-offs. Most of the action stayed down to earth with both teams completing only a few passes throughout the game. To prove the bout more competitive, there were five touchdowns but not one single extra point. The play-off for city marked the end of a very successful '60 football season. SAMUELL. ...... ..... 6 6 6 0518 ADAMSON ...... ..... 0 6 0 6-12 Adamsorfs three coaches express tense emotions as the Leopards compete for the city title. Back field coach Roland Halmark Cleftj talks with officials in the press box. Head coach Jim Batchelor instructs his all-city end Stanley Puckett fcenterj. George Brownlee frightj consults supervisors. 'S ' Aj gig is .W 2 ., , M 2... tv :V , N r- , ' V. gxpx X. l f' 1 lx s ,QP TlblllEsAlDDAMSUN MBV? TEAM if lil X t E Q 7"fl7'WzfW? K A-,f,.,, .MM . 4, VY W 3.5: K -M - may 9 wa 2529 0 x :'w:s.xs:rff3:: Q l59 - 15-Patterson, 11-Frampton, 21-Ray, 23-Eitel, 14-Hyman, 32-Puckett, 51fGivens, 21- Vaughn, Z2-Cowan, 24-Reynard, 15-Hooper, and Coach Carter. The l61 basketball season proved itself very successful for the Leopard cagers. Coach jake Carter's pre-season worries vanished as the Adamson five captured the Longview first place Trophy and rated high in such tournaments as the Dr. Pepper Tournament and others. District play started on the right foot with four straight wins in the first round, with only SOC turning the table of defeat by a two point win which was scored in the last few seconds of the game. The second round found two defeats for the Leopards, but a win over the South Zone Champion. At one time, there was a three way tie for the South Zone District AAAA title between SOC, Kimball, and Adamson. SOC later proved victorious for the title, but bowed to North Zone Winner Samuell for the City Title. RONNIE COWAN, Jr. DON EITEL, Jr. JIMMY FRAMPTON, Sr. GORDON GIVENS Sr Forward Forward Guard Forward 1 yr Letterman 1 yr. Letterman 1 yr Letterman All Dzrlrzct RICHARD HOOPER Soph LEE ROY HYMAN Sr LEONARD PATTERSON Sr STANLEY PUCKETT Sr Guard Guard Guard forward Center 1 yr Letterman 2 yr Letterman 1 yr Lette1man DISTRICT SCORES Adamson Adamson Adamson Adamson SANDY RAY, Jr. RICHARD REYNARD, Jr. LOWRY VAUGHN, Soph. MIKE VINCENT, Jr. Center Guard Forward Center 1 yr. Letterman 1 yr. Letterman l62 A highlight to the spring sports season is baseball, with its glamor and color that is possessed by no other sport. The Leopard n-ine in past yers have proved very successful in the city race. This year was planned not to be an exception. Due to the publication deadline zone informa- tion was not vailable. Nine returning lettermen seemed to remedy most of Coach Buddy Stevenson worries. RETURNING LETTERM 'V,:- . 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THE 1961 TLKCK SQUAD RETURNING LETTERMEN RUSSELL COZART Pole Vaulter 2 year Letterman STANLEY PUCKETT Shot Put and Discus 2 year Letterman The 1961 Track Team proved to be a vital force for city honors. Two returning lettermen and one hopeful junior high prospect provided Coach Roland Hallmark with good material. Shot and discus thrower Stanley Puckett cap- tured titles in early meets. Cozart, 2 year pole vault letterman, was injured with a sprained ankle, but managed to recuperate in time for early meets. Sophomore jimmy Bowman brighten the future for tracksters of Leopard- land. Beginning his third year as track coach, Mr. Hallmark felt that 1961 would prove to be a successful year for the Squad and that they would bring honors to Adamson. MR. ROLAND HALLMARK Track Coach THE 1961 LEOPARD TRACK TEAM SPRINTERS: POLE VAULTERS Atherton, Jerry Hansen, Chris Thompson, Tommy Pitman, Mike Frampton, Jim Morgan, Richard Bauman, Jay WEIGHT Farms, Tom Wilkson, Jack Perkins, Rick Puckett, Stanley Lockheart, William HURDLERS 13 Bauman, jimmy 14 King, Eddie 15 Hardt, Charley 16. Cozart, Russell 17. Young, Wilbur DISTANCE Edwards, Mickey Freeman, Bill Tarwater, Rick Castillo, Raymond Wade, Roger Burns, Bill Brice, Robert s GULF The LEOPARD LINKSMAN, under the instruction of new golf coach Mr. K. N. Brashear, began a very successful season in late February as the holders of the second place title. Yearbook deadline came in middle Marchg therefore, further information was not available for publication. THE 1961 GOLF TEAM FIRST ROW: Paul Pederson, jack Bronstad, Bob Bodiford, Tommy Weaks, and Dennis Kinchin fcaptainjg SECOND ROW: Leonard Gowins, Joe Gibbons, Bill Webb, Don May, Mike Vincent, jimmy Nachlinger, David johnson, james Smith, Nah john Wcbcnrl, RETURNING LETTERMEN Dennis Kinchen James Smith lb8 New as golf coach for the 1961 season was MR. K. N. BRASHEAR -,,,Qomm 1 l. C Mzwgizisjz ,I H . K- , v ,, 5 - qv sk? smj, :F ,igw A A 'ff , 4 Q zsieffif' at .2 2- E V7 W . .-rr.,-. 1 . iw 'S saw is REMIC I Q Mrk' X It Vg, i gy? . 2 KVI ' 1. re ,sv agus ,af 3. W 455 . . f W Z -I ,911Q.'4ksiiTwQY VM. .5g.,,QJ' ' ., ,, My , WW,1M,f, ,av 5? vw in sr 1 ein , 'T at H 1 ., s 3 I 2 'Q ,f-yimvl Sri t aa. ,fs LS- I ggi r in 'N x'-Sxxalfli Eg' , , fr sw 4, ,V we Q gram agagggww-si L MQ 5 if Q gl? X 'sae vs, in E - Eg r g 5 5 ,va W LESLIE MILLER ,uv s. .af am- , HI- .W A ,V if-M . -m -ff at , V li .,. , COACH HAZELWOOD and DENNIS MEADOR ITENNTS The leopard racqueteers proved to be a vital force in both the south zone and city race. Three returning lettermen, one junior high letterman and five enthusiastic players with a new coach composed the 1961 tennis team. sssgwrrr .Q if H sz' MARGARET POLK Y KAYE MONK LEOPARD TENNIS TEAM GIRLS, Beverly Pfieffer, jill Grabbe, Kay Monk, Margaret Polk. BOYS, Asa Sowell, David Clark, Robert Pendergraft, Dennis Meador, Leslie Mille Craig. r, james K ,. r, -, I I a wk: Q, xr in , X if 2 x oimssr imerl Girls' intramurals and physical education give the girls of Adamson a chance to better their sports ability and co-ordination. X 'N 1 Under "o' ' he sponsorship of Mrs.a Rae Cullem and jane B i s xlf l well, X.E.9cliasses mean relaicjtion from studies. I F XJ f Vil'1 r X lt A if ri X ld llf'VJM'ZlxM Qlqjl' ,tix if 1 I T l ,lk i xlllll J il V7 'A 9 of Q fl X KM ,f We LX lx L 5 Q jf ll Nl ssl!! if X Winners of the Girls' Open'Volleyball Tournament. JANETTE BAILEY RETA GRIFFIN FRANCES BELK COLLEEN EDWARDS GWYNN MOORE I70 . . . , 5 - 1 . . y 7 STUDENT ASSllSTANTS Relinquishing their study halls, and free periods are the student ass1stants of Adamson They work in the attendance office, the busi- ness office the principals office, and assist individual teachers. MOTTO Oxerworlied and under-graded!" s Q ggi: - I Q 33714 ,f eg ff slim i -..' Ma:--: , g -- 1 I I - 3 N 'Q I ' , l.gUSH! STAGE CREW These industrious young men did a good job of pre paring the stage and the stage props for all the assemblies joe Whitaker Elliott Way Kelly Semler jim Miller George Denton William Harp Byron Granger Jimmie Oakley Greg Rawlings MOTHON PHCTURE OPERATORS joe Whitaker William Harp Pat Kelly Gary Davies Jimmie Oakley Gary Crumpler Kelly Semler Garvin Mershawn Jocly Humber Wayne Sampson Steve Phipps Elliott Way Sponsors: MRS, LUCILLE MCNIEL, MR. FRANKLIN CATE NOT PICTURED james Snipes Paul Callahan Jimmy Nichols Gayle Cone Mike Finley Greg Rawlings Peter Davis Bill Flach Often giving up their study hall period, these boys run the motion picture projector for classes many times a week. xg' l 6 'Y -s , ,L a fm, " If- ,, 'fi "' f lU?llSTRlllRnlUTllVlE ll?,lDlUCATllO MISS NELL PAGE: Instructor The cooperative part-time school program enables a limited number of students to get practical experience and training on the job and schooling at the same time. D.E. offers opportunity to learn retail selling in actual Work situations. The student is of junior or senior classification in order to be in D.E. Students spend one-half day at school -and the other half working on the job. ROW 1: Miss Page, Linda Nash, Betty jean Turner, Billie Robertson, Patrica Clark, and Sammie White: ROW 2: Lynda Hult, jerry Lawerence, Donnie Orr, Billy Camp, and Roy Ortiveros: ROW 3: Ernest Rains, jackie Lasseter, Roy Nevil, Fil Terral, Gordon Heath, Daniel Page, and Freedie Stephenson, ROW 4: Calvin Pelt, Ronnie Files, Mike Murphy, Kenny James, Donnie Young, Edwin Whitted, Tommy Turner, and Virl Dawson. INDUSTRIAL COOPERATIVE TRAINING The l.C.T. program offers a large number of trades and occupations from which the student may select and which he may learn on the job. Credit is given for only one and one-half, or two years' work in this program. It is impossible for a student to pass one phase and fail the other. If a student is to receive credit, he must do creditable work in both the classroom and the work experience division. ROW 1: Sandra johnson, Judy Tallent, Meredith Duncan, jan King, and Donna Johnston, ROW 2: Mary Crocker, Toby Waldie, Carol Liles, Leslie Sperry, Margaret Stransan, Sylvia Thompson, Mary Streetg ROW 3: Robert Haynes, joe Bob Wilcoxon, Edgar Cole, jack Morrison, jim Miller, Gerald Eaves. ROW 4: William Bassett, jimmy Winters, Henry Young, Charles Halteman, Mr. Melton, Melvin Whitty, Glynn Ward, Lynn Ward. MR. D. E. MELTON: Sponsor SAFETY CLUB Noma Acker-Prefidenf Nancy Melton-Serretmy jean Jacobs-Reporter MEMBERS Susan Kennedy I Diana Rhodes Elaine Simpson Leslie Miller Jimmy McGlamery The function of this club is to represent Adamson at the junior Citizens Traffic Com- mission one Saturday out of each month. To present a safety assembly during Texas Safety Week in September of each year. To attend a safety meeting at the school administration building once a month. To practice safety at all times and to impress safety upon the minds of fellow students. OFFICERS: SENIOR P AY Thornton Wilder's prize winning play, "Our Town" was presented by the 1961 Senior Class. "Our Town" takes place in Groverls Corners, New Hampshire. The absence of scenery and props allowed the audience to use their imagination concerning scenery. The first act of the play outlined the history of the town and the characters involved. The second act concerned the love affair between young George Gibbs and Emily Webb, and thus ended in a moving wedding scene. The third act led the audience to the cemetery on the hill where Emily is brought. At first she wished to return to her old home, but she was shown how impossible and how futile it was to return. The main theme of the play is that living people, occupied with their petty occu- pations and small thoughts, know little of true joy or happiness. The play was put on under the direction of Miss Welhelmina Hedde and Judy Gunn and Ronnie Lowe served as student directors. THE CAST DAVID CLARK . . , Stage Manager Woman in the Balcony . . . JANE JORDAN DR. GIBBS . . . Gary Walker Man in the Auditorium . . . JOHN CLAYTON JOE CROWELL . . . Doyle Fivash Lady in the Box . . . ELAINE RAPER HOWIE NEWSOME . . . Pat Kelley Simon Stimson . . . LARRY CLICK MRS. GIBBS . . . Judy Ledbetter Mrs. Soames . . . JULIE MCGEHEE MRS. WEBB . . . Lynn Hollowell Constable Warren . . . BYRON GRANGER GEORGE GIBBS . . . Tommy Foster Si Crowell . . . HERSCHEL JOHNSON REBECCA GIBBS . . . Sue McCaffity Sam Craig . . . RICHARD HEARNE WALLY WEBB . . . Larry Clinton Joe Stoddard . . . MIKE BARRETT EMILY WEBB . . . Delois Tilley First Dead Man . . . MIKE FINLEY PROFESSOR WILLARD . . . Stanley Zareff Second Dead Man . . . DAVID LEWIS MR. WEBB . . . Bill Burke Second Dead Woman . . . CHRISTINE COE THE SYMlP5lFllDNllC BAND The entire school was justly proud of this organization when, for the first time in current history, it was named the outstanding concert band in the zone and one of the three bands to win a superior rating in the annual City Band Festival. This rating carried with it the honor of representing the instrumental department of the public schools in the "Stars Over Dallas" concert at Memorial Auditorium. The members won forty-one gold medals and nu- merous ribbons in solo and ensemble competition. Among the symphonic band's frequent public appearances were four assemblies, concerts at four elementary schools and two junior highs, and competition in the Thomas jefferson Festival of Bands and the City Festival. Individual members and ensembles were active and much in demand in the city's musical life and could be found playing in church orchestras, at the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, in other schools, programs and at the Texas premiere of a major movie. Highlight of the season is the recently established Band Spectacular which features out- standing soloists and presents a sight and sound montage of the year's work. Seven members of this year's band won coveted spots in the city's top instrumental group, the Dal-Hi Symphony, which made concert, radio and television appearances and played for the school administrators. Seven bandsmen went to All-Region, where Bob Ragan was first chair clarinetist and concertmaster. Additional honors came to the school when Bob Ragan and jim Fisher were named to the All-State Band and the All-State Orchestra. WOODWIND - STAND- ING: Claudia Everitt, jimmy Fisher-principal, Laura Ef- fel, Charlotte Goff, William Wood, Donna Pope, Joe Hathaway, Larry Click- principal, Bonnie Knight, Warren Donworth-princi- pal, Judy Coffee, john Clay- ton, Bobby Capps, Susan Williams, Connie Bussell, Robert Lam, Robert Ragang principal, KNEELING: Ly- dia Thomas-principal, Bar- bara Vines, Peggy McKiddy, Sandra Colburn, Don Whit- aker, Frank Corlett-princi- pal, Harold Ault-principal, Pat Kidd, Stephen Lamkin, Beryl Moore, Mike Edmund- son, Charles Smith, Lizabeth Suddeth, Mary Miller, Susan Kennedy, Linda Wade. l78 BASSES and BARITONES-STANDING: Alvin Cook- principal, Tim Havens, KNEELING: Vaughn Dawson, Ronnie jones-principal. TRUMPETS and CORNETS FIRST ROW Eddie Moore Randy Shaiber Mike Barrett Mike Murphy James Mc Gee SECOND ROVU Wayne Sampson Everitt Harvley Glenn Aldridge 'lommy Tomlinson Bill Lively piinci pal King Horton ' dill na TROMBONES and FRENCH HORNS-STANDING: johnny Seahorn-principal, Don Rice, john Carlisle, Mike Compton, Lorin Bliss, KNEELING: Gene McNatt, Patti Freeman, Margaret Ray, joshua Lloyd. I fl' . K HPS,V 1 PERCUSSION+STANDING: Richard Grace, David John- son-principal, Sammy Canales, William Wood, Richard Packer, Ronnie Watts, KNEELING: Janice Coffee, julie McGee, jackie Parr, Roy Grady, Beverly Tucker, Kathleen Turner, Kitty Gregson. I79 REGIMENTAL QUEEN We all agree the judges made a good Choice by choosing Janice Coffee. THE llllltl THE LINE-UP HAPPY DAY-er-NIGHT Donlt look so glum boys, it's not all that bad. SHOW-OFFS ,N Got the floor all to ourselves, Opps! Watclm that toe, Rusty always does the wrong thing at the wrong time. OY I8O HLHTARY BALL SWEETHEARTS SMILING BEAUTIES I clon't know about their sweetness, hut they sure are pretty. Wanda and Judy must have got hold of some sour lips- er-lipstick. CANDID-CAMERA Who says Mr. Brashear isn't camera-shy? FLOOR SHOW Come now Walker, you can put on a better show than that. ROYALTY Her majesty, the queen, with her royal court of sweet- hearts. I8l ith L ' 5 t WU ifarfffe 5 Quill 81 Scroll, the honorary journalism organization, presented a dance on February 16, 1961 using a night club theme. The girls' gym, disguised as the Stardust Club, sported a sophisticated atmosphere. The highlight of the dance was the announcement and presentation of the 1961 Oak favorites. sr CLUBMTHE 1961 OAK F 'ARDU or THE S1 THE STARS Bef! All-Aromzd Seniors-Janice Coffee and Jerry Moody. Mori Beautiful Sefziar Girl HELEN CHAPMAN Quill 8a Scroll members, acting as hostessos and Waiters, seated and served the overflowing crowd that turned out for the Stardust Club. The "First Herd" from Sunset provided the music. l83 Q,UlZ:lEM:iGDN:THlEf:AlR Nancy Melton, jan Patton, jerrell Sutton, Sandra Gunn, and janet,Ford Not in picture: Albert Masters, Jody Humber, Peggy Ragan W. H. Adamson Quiz-Em-on-the-Air Team met Sunset's Team on March 18, on Channel S. ly y tffffllll AD ERTHSJE M ENTS x 'I' A if Y . A A Y K -531 f Liilgf if , - . W- f 1 Tux ' ::::: Q S . y , , yMfi:',f-f- d l , ,Q F,-mf' J jg1g1:,'..'1-Y N ' H q IU! 235 3 " . - Vsiiiiim '!!'N-- " " -,ff ' n N AJ ' 7 Z Y jw"2'f5 -Y , ..,k 4 , Q I ff! Q' ' f ' ., gn ' fl' '4' 'af-"1"'-au v'iQv3'4'?'L:i? ' ...L ll Y' I' ' ' 'i .fr lk - Q 'MI 'Ili '-l---- , Y -""'W""'.+::.,,,"'-.'E""'3 H! qt, .. ,xv -,l'T,-1- :QT mi: q- ,gl !.,. fi? I 'riff Ing.-7..,.,.,.-V . X um L '-M Q Fmt- R," 13' 5 ""' '-..-- .," . .--.-. of- ... 11 V! -3 1 y g I flflf 'J--5, +- 'rf is X. .. gi " f-' "F:-:.--:,"' ' f IWW? V 21' ' lzf.. N I -- : susan- F1 ' ' ' JZ" '-4 'ZVTT' f. li Q:?T??'5?' 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K E TA? rs WA N ..-.-.-....,, xy fr. 0Txs 1 , i. V 5 1 4' , R .x D-QV L ' EJBWQ x gs X Wx ND THE Wo WITH OAK , l85 ,I 'IJ , I' I J - VIIIII gTIQW L. G. BALFOUR Q IM? DAVE RAMSEY, Represenhafive SENIOR RINGS GRADUATION INVITATIONS AWARDS Second Floor Sanger's SI'ore l86 TOM RUSSELL ADAMSON GRADUATE I944 lnvires You +o His OLD SOUTH STEAK HOUSE FE-I-8566 a+ Kiesi' and Hamplon Kiesrwood Shopping Cenfer s yours In one of Dallas newesl and plushiesl reslauranfs . . feafuring succulenl U. S. If fQj F, 4 Prime sfealrs from our charcoal broiler carefully cooked before your eyes and served on sizzling plaHers . . . our own famous rolls a house specially along wiih crisp-green salads and delicious Deep-Soufh desserls . . . impec- cable service in affracfive sur- roundings willn soff hi-'li music . . . makes each meal an adven- iure in goocl ealing. Open claily'lrom 5 p.m. 'lill ll Pm- aafmay ann Elini' 41 l87 STEPHENS TAYLOR STUDIO PAL PICTURES TRINITY HEIGHTS PHARMACY 2 aol. 53.00 i 4 doll 4.50 Prescrlpiions Carefully 6 doz. 6.00 compounded PORTRAITS-WEDDINGS I725 So. Ewing WH 8-6872 609 S. Hampion Ph. WH I-5262 Congraiulalions Io Ihe Seniors of I96I a+ Adamson High One OI Our Three Favoriie I-Iigh Schools in OaIc'CIiII THE OAK CLIFF TRIBUNE SINCE I903 Published Fridays-I3,000 Paid CircuIa'I'ion THE STAR TRIBUNE Published Wednesday-32,000 Free Circulaiion I25 CENTRE WH 8-75I5 MILLERS FLORIST OAK C,-,FF 22II Cedar Cresl' Blvd. WHEN YOU THINK OF FLOWERS THINK OF OURS WH 2-443I BUS. Ph. WH 8-372i Res. Ph. FR 4-08I2 Texas' Larqesi Suburban Insiiiuiio Complimen+s of GRACE TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH Services on KSKY 8:05 ancl Il:0O A.M. Each Sunday Daily Broadcasi' 9:00 +o 9:I5 A.M. BUEL R. CROUCH Pasfor CARL WATKINS Music and Educa+ion Corner Ten+l1 and Tyler DALLAS Besr WisI1es, Seniors of '6I Courresy of BEVERLY HILLS A. HARRIS CENTER PHARMACY BARBER sl-IOP n REXALL 3II A. Harris FR 4-9334 320' W' DTEEE DELIVERY WH 6"5'5 OAK CI-IFF CENTER Cosme+ics-School Supplies Prescriprion SpeciaIisI's CongraI'uIaI'ions, Seniors of 1961 OAK CLIFF BRUTON IMPORTED CARS FLORAL CO. Au'I'I1orizecI Dealers "For Every Blooming Thing" RENAULT-PEUGEOT 2II E. Colorado WH I-56I6 535 E. Jefferson WHITTLE MUSIC CO. II08 EIm S'I'ree'I DOWNTOWN DALLAS Your CompIe+e Music House CLINE MUSIC COMPANY Everyrhing for BancI and OrcI1es'Ira I307 EIm Rl 7-373I LONE STAR DONUT CO. 336 W. Davis WH 3-4359 TEXAS SEED AND PLANT CO. Good Luck Io Class of 'bl 528 E. Ten+I1 WH I-I I24 LISBON LUMBER COMPANY, INC. BERT McKEE, Owner 36I0 LANCASTER ROAD Phone ERanIcIin I-3425 DALLAS, TEXAS Jones Blair Painfs IVI0NTY'S LAUNDROLUX CLEANERS SERVICE STATION AND LAUNDRY S8fI'I Green 5I'6mPS We specialize in R.O.T.C. uniforms 400I W. Jefferson FE I-566l I DAY SERVICE 40I9 W. Jefferson FE I-6225 Complimenfs of LEVINE, Inc., DEPARTMENT STORE 5II W. Jefferson WH 8-7326 EDDIE'S GARAGE ODOMIS CLEANERS General Aufo Repair 2738 S B H Hydra-Mafic Service O' ec ey Bus. FE 7-755I 406I Jefferson EDDIE WETHERINGTON, Owner H, R, FRICKE Gun ancl Marine M. L. FRICKE Repair Specialisfs KETCHUM and on 334 W. KIEST DALLAS, TEXAS-FR 4-42I4 Sfore Hours 7 A.M. fo 8 P.M. GUITARS-ACCESSORIES PRIVATE LESSONS BELL BOYD GUITAR SCHOOL CLYDE BOYD-Direfor CLEANING AND LAUNDRY Congra+uIa+ions +o Class of I96l I454 N. Zangs Blvd. ' WH 3-7552 IOL-V2 N. Lancasfer Shldio WH 6-3460 DALLAS TEXAS Res. FR I-3644 WYNNEWUUD PAlNE.woosTER STATE BANK TYPEWRITER sERvlc:E "A Good Bank To Grow Willf' 255 Wynnewood Village WH 3-7565 Sales-Renlals-Repairs 4l5 W. Davis WH 6-4063 I92 ROSE DRESS SHOP More Fashion, More Qualify, More Value for Much Less! There is one in your neighborhood 5509 W. Lovers Lane 24I2 Gus Thomasson Rd. l9l9 Skillma 423 W. Jefferson 3I09 Oak Lawn LEE n Compllmenfs of Fl-00k COVEWNG NEW PORT BEAUTY sl-ioP l3I9 Bruner and WH 24353 SANER BEAUTY SALON Tile Linoleum RICK FURNITURE lO05 W. Jefferson WH I-I I33 TH ELMA'S BEAUTY SALON II3 Cumberland WH 2-7800 I93 i l'r's no'r whal you gel oul' of life 'rhal' counls, i'r's whal' you pul' in'ro il! l l GALILEAN BAPTIST CHURCH 2OI Eas'r Ten+h R. H. KEYES, JR., Pasfor For God so loved fhe world l'ha+ He gave Bul' God commandelh his love foward us, his only begoH'en Son, 1'ha'l' whosoever in 'l'hal', while we were yel' sinners, Chrisl' believelh in Him should noi perish, buf died for US- have everlas+ing life. Romans 5:8 John 3:I6 SAFETY BRAKE SERVICE 305 N. BECKLEY WH 3-8lI2 S4,zA2f- CHURCH 47L NAMQC-EN! T th dB kly Robert G. Nielson, Pastor Dallas PAGE'S REXALL DRUGS Prescription Specialists Fealuring a Complele Line of Drugs Toilerries Cigars Candy Sodas FREE FAST DELIVERY FROM BOTH STORES For Direcl Lines from Dallas and Grancl Prairie lo Arlinglon, Call ANZ-0606 DALLAS ARLINGTON 3230 Falls Drive 903 E. Park Row Weslmorelancl l"leigl1+s Sylvan Heighls FE I -5455 CR4-6585 I DOUGHERTY'S PHARMACY F Beckley ai' Wooclin WH 6-SI86 4248 S. Lancasler FR I-l3I4 3424 Sunny Vale Dr. FR I-I355 Lancas+er, Texas Phone 62l2 MYERS TEXACO SERVICE CATES PHARMACY Lubrica+ion eee,.,.eeeeeee. Tune-Up Eiiiiilli +445 E eeeee eeeeeeeeee hgnlgfiiiii 2'0' S- Edgefie'Q' WH 8-7303 and Ba,a,,d,,g 90I Vermon+ WH 6-2179 Wesfmoreland and Falls Drive TEN YEARS IN OAK CLIFF FE I-08ll I97 STEVENS PARK ASSEMBLY OF GOD Wesf Davis af Oak Cliff Blvd. WH 8-3238 Complimenfs of DAIRY QUEEN Vifamins and Minerals, Profein, and Pef Food Supplemenf-Nufrilife Food Supplemenf Line COSMETICS, HAIR care, Skin Care, Men's Line and Ladies' Makeup ifems- EDITH REHNBORG LINE DUNN'S OF DALLAS Home Delivery Service To your home-or fo your office IO9 Cumberland WH 6-2009 DALLAS 3, TEXAS DRIVE-IN, INC. NO. I I30O E. Illinois FE 5-5366 NO. 2 28II S. Hampfon FE 7-2262 3 2674 Overfon Rd. FR 4-7884 Complimenfs of LAMAR AND SMITH FUNERAL HOME 800 W. Jefferson LYON-GRAY LUMBER CO. OF TEXAS 700 SouI'I1 Marsalis "WE SPECIALIZE IN SERVICE" WH 3-4323 FE 7-6880 L8iM BRAKE SERVICE I 307 Saner DALLAS, TEXAS I98 GD --Zii 06 ELECTRIFYING PEOPLE l gsm eww IM? - ' P 'w0M0 f'if?EJ1- .,,-.,.,......... E? J 5 'i ff L P ---.MgSf3kiu0ff:n.OfL - fwzeoiy ...... ---- A WWWQJX Q5 -W I Lf? --w50.kg ...... - ......... w 1020: ! - - gn M tL'k Iyf Become Vice President M You Jane I I7 l i .- VI' K 97 Xizfj' - -.1 ee q u ' A355 ,pQf.CQ:.e Wi 133 eff " 'H' Benchwormer Lf " 4i"'4"Vf Cheek: +16 - ff' M ,eff 7 Vrqg, A . jf? 0 L ' is ifowaiii ' ' fiiififr N Q 'if A' Beauty Most Likely to Be in Your Future Young Modems Live Better E'Iecz5r1'caIIy DALLAS P CWER 8: LIGHT COMPANY photographic division: 2201 Amelia, Dallas, Texas art studio 81 sales: 2600 Fairmount, Dallas, Texas , COMMERCIAL ILLUSTRATORS INC. DALLAS CHICAGO ing advertising art and photography SAMPLES MORRIS STORES EXTERMINATORS eos s0u+h oak Cliff I3I3 Ferndale Shopping Cenier WH 3-0040 FR I-77II ROEBEN EL CHICO 1458 HUMBLE STATION I4I0 E. Illinois Finesl' in Mexican Food IIO W. Davis FR I-O3I8 WH 3-86I0 J. C. PENNEY CO. P81H CAR CO. 425 W. Jefferson I800 S- BeCkIeY WH 3-4604 WH I'5026 I , Riis I -5,'ff - 'f,' f 'i'i-12f'. ff- "ii I "'.:f-is I --:f" Igili. , " 7 M lsll slss S if l I . l .gm l lal e ss .. s . l s4 .1 I , . Eva s4i elaa I ' . .. I , 63 . ,IZE ,,.. zl, Q 'Iii ii L I il ftgl 1, i:'-,, ,.,, ,. , N . ,,.. - .'s- A I I I I . 'I Rlll' The Adamson Leopardelies always m g , somehow, Io siop Iraffic. SOUTH OAK CLIFF LUBY'S STATE BANK JEFFERSON CAFETERIA I4I5 E. Illinois Ave. 430 W- Jeffefson FR M36, WH 2-I95I HARRISON'S GROCERY FLOWERLAND, INC "Open 7 Days a Week" 505 N. Bishop 8 A.M.-8 P.M. WH 6-5200 l2l W. Colorado WH 6-SI47 CLIFF HUGHES ELECTRIC CO. Commercial-IndusI'riaI Residen+iaI 22I I LAMONT Office: FR 6-8289 Home: FR 4-5548 PARK PHARMACY 2I4 W. Colorado Opposi+e Me+I1odis+ Hospi+aI WH I-I I88 "Anybody know wha? Hme The game sIarI's?" THOMPSEN FURNITURE 9I7 W. Jefferson WH 2-3i37 A. Harris Shopping Cenfer FE 6-8688 "Oak Cliff Owned and Operafecl" SING,-AIR RAlN's TEXACO SERVICE STATION SERWCE 5TAT'0N i830 Soufh Ewing I7l8 Ewing WH 3-0280 EWING FRAMPTON 81 HUNTLEY AGENCY zolo Edgefield II I Cumberland WH 2-99ll J. L. CONNELL 10th Street Barber Shop ezo E. rom s+. "lf you'll iusf hold sfili a minufe l'II show yo fo pui' a foofbali irielmef on. DUDLEY M. HUGHES STEVENS PARK FUNERAL HOME DRUGS 4oo E. Jefferson WH 3-4677 WH 6-5'53 zloo P+. wonn Ave. o+ Hampi' WYNNEWOOD PHARMACY Wynnewood Professional Building WH 6-2 I 03 Davy CrockeTf miqh+'ve sho'r a bear, buf M iwo deer. Compliments of TOMMY SINGLETON I ' I 1 "O.K., who used all The whiIe shoe polish?" BODIFORD GROCERY 2103 S. Edgefield WH 8-9680 RUTHERFORD METROPOLITAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS "CongraI'uIaIions Seniors of '6 I " 2020 MAIN ST. RI 2-4538 TRINITY HEIGHTS PHARMACY Prescripfions Carefully Compounded I 725 EWING WH 8-6872 HOME SERVICE MART 908 VERMONT WH 2-9365 "Don'I call your husband- call us" UphoIs'rering Furni'I'ure Repairs Sales and Service on Power MoI'ors PICK-UP AND DELIVERY P M I 144 1 525999 is 9 i ii ? 5393: if 1 f.i ssss ,eis , I Russ-IMAN CLEANERS r 9 s XIII Tiii E Esss Essis rsfr Irs ise I -I ii' A Plaf1+ Locahonr I E,EEr ,H .s., if .Qi if 'C hg :ii Axvwzvikv isgqgr , '20 S- Law-s+ef WH I 'ooo 1 If.' f ffff l illfi sf Esr WIE, f ' I ' " .Ig - :. ,IQQ FI, f Q.:,'?Lgu.'-:Z '-A, ,:., , ..,, .::,: ,..,.. u 9 IW Mu: "si i' Isr, E T"?T'w-m , 'A" W-M'wM.?. 7 . 2-3206 w. Davis FE 7-9052 I n I , - E..,...i,, ,iW 5 Im 3-II6 s B ku WH 97 iiim I I -EEI iii iixiff - 99 eY 6'03 E,... E, g' ,!rWwIg' M Erir 1 my - 4-I400 W- ieffefson WH 6-0614 EiE . 5-I300 S' I' - Inge on 2 0465 "If I can? go Io Mexico. Ihen Mexico can come Io ITIS. TRINITY CLEANERS 81 LAUNDRY Karle Highfower-Owner FREE DELIVERY IOI3 Vermon+ WH 6-0463 TALLENT'S FURNITURE STORE 8 I 5 Vermoni' WH 2-8494 EarIy American and French Provincial 'TERMS TO SUIT EVERY BUDGET' B AND B ELECTRIC SERVICE I425 FerncIaIe WH 2-6955 "CongraI'uIa'I'ions Io Ihe I 96 I Seniors." ROWLFY UNITED OF OAK CLIFF Thea+res TEXAS VOGUE WYNNEWOOD ROSEWIN WH 6-2 I 6I If Ihe general says gei ready for war, we'II gei "I give Up,WhO'g yard did H come from?" dy!" THE ADAMSON LEOPARDS, SOUTH ZONE CHAMPIONS MURRILL'S PUTT PUTT FRESH ORANGE GOLF COURSE i209 N. ZANGS LA 6-6279 WH 3-0064 WH 3-90I2 LLOYDS CREDIT JEWELERS 209 Wes'I' Jefferson WH I-4084 HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE CO. 44II Ross Avenue TA I-ll24 WHEN YOU GOTTA GO- CALL A CAB From your cab driver in Oak Cliff JL O N UU I X Q QMMW yf WWW f W I bg Q , I l X Qxxjdx WeddiJugsvWv -fbfxf Child Studies JN K 5V , JN W ,J CAT:-lEY's HOUSE OF PORTRAITS 2026 FL Wor'rh Ave. PHONE WH 8-8900 Commercial Glamor fe" CLIFF TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH gf i. :"T'1 fTC WE fi? W. iggisziu z,4 ' 5 i 5 Dr. Wallace BasseH . H .CCC.,C....CCC... Pas'I'or Maurice N. Clop+on . - C.CCCC.CCCCC4 Music Direcfor J. Earl Mead s . s . aaaaaa., Assis+an+ Pas+or and Minis'l'er of Educafion Jay L. Skaggs . e . . L ........,.. Associafe Minisfer of Educa+ion and Business Manager ff' GOODMAN SERVICE STATION Hll-l-POTS l500 Sou+l1 Ewing Hllfwli srllgiion GOFF5, EAGLE'S GROCERY AND MARKET Wynnewood Village 'Zo' N. BISHOP WH 2-6772 We Slrive 'ro Please Congriilalions ADAMSON SENIORS OF uw no W' Jefferson prom WH 3-4666 Joe and Paul Chatelin .px G CN 'N Q ,A X H in S a ' E 2 '- f 1-1 U gn FE E YQ 4-I . E 'U S Q U-4 gl 4-C3 2 Sf N 0: s: Qu T3 5 S I 15 S 15 B S E gi, 5 J ,f Q ,gg 0 M Q E E U H GS -Q E H UQ. 3-4 +-a 9 Q GD D Lu O E cs 6 as 9, Q M H 2 5 o 3- D w 8 Q 'E E i N LJ C5 STUDENT CUUNCTL BREAKFAST On March 8, 1961, the Adamson Student Council held a breakfast in honor of the faculty and in appreciation of their interest and untiring efforts in working with the students of our school. This is just one of the many services of the Student Council. One of the most re- membered events of the morning meal were the poems composed by Student Council members about faculty members. For instance, Mr. Stevenson's eyes are brown, every Saturday night, hels seen on the town!" i.UNeHRooM stains , as D Pausing a moment for this picture is "our crewj' the lunchroom cooks that prepare the food for the Student Body everyday. QUSTCUDDIIANS Coming from jefferson Davis last year is our head custodian Mr. Tucker. Mr. Bibbs is one of his ablest assistants. They truly manage to keep our school clean and neat. . Acker, Norma ,,,,,,,,,,,,, A Abernethy, Anthony .,,. Adams, Barbara ., Adams, Jerry ...... Adams, Susan ,...,, Adams, William ,,.... 43, 122 . ..,,.. 77 ,91 .45 Agee, Patrica ,,,,.,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,YV,V 3 9 Ahrens, Billy ,l..,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 89, 158, 165 Aldridge, Glenn ,,.. 77, 119, 149, 150, 178, 179 Alford, Jim ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , Allen, Barney ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Allen, John ,,,,,,. ,,,,,l 4 3, 125, 126, 152, 154 Allen, Joyce ..,,,,.... 1 ,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,, 13, 89, 145 Anderson, Judy ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, S9 Anderson, Ralph ,,... , ,,,,,, , Anderson, Tommy .... ,,... 4 5 Angell, Patricia ,,.., .,,,,,,. 8 9 Angell, Valarie .,,,,...,,,,, ,,,,,,. ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,. Angona, Phyllis ,..,,,,..,,,,....,,,,....,,,,,,,..,, 77, 154 Archer, Pat ,,,...., Z0, 77 109, 129, 150, 138 Arellano, Philip .,,,...,.,,.,...,,,.,..,,,,...,.,,,,,1,,,,,.,,,, Arellano, Rita ,,..,,,,..,,, ,,...,, ..,,,.,..,,,,1..., 7 7 Arenivar, Ann .,,,....,,,.,,.,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Armstrong, Thomas ,....,,....,,,,.,,,,,,,.,..,,,,1r,,, B9 Arnold, Jerry ..,, 9, 17, 45, 126, 150, 151, 133, 147, 148 Arthur, Virginia ...,,,,...,,,,...,,,,,.,.,,,,...,,..,,.. 95 Artist, Dorthy ,,...1 ...,,,,....,,.,,,,,,, 8 7 Askins, Carolyn ,...., ...,. 1 5, 45, 1-15 Atchley, Glenda ..,1,... Q ,,...,,,,.. .. 93 Atherton, Jerry .,,.. ,1..., 8 7, 158, 166 Atwill, Ann ,....,,,..,,,,,...,,1, .. 43 Ault, Harold .,,.... .....,, 1 49, 150, 178 Autry, ,Crystal ,....,......,,...,,1, 77 Autry, Gary ..,,. ,....,,,,...., .,.., 8 9 , 119 B Baca, William ,,..,,,,...,1... ,.,, 8 7 Bailey, Billy ,,,..., ,,.. 8 8 Bailey, Bill ..,, .,,....,,,.,, .,,,,,.. Bailey, Gene ...,,,, ..,,...,.,,,. ,,,.Y,,,...,,,- f - Bailey, Jeannete 20, 43, 137 Baker, Angie ,,,,. ,,,,.., 7 7, 136 Baker, Linda ...aar 89, 134 Balajka, Johnny ...,,. ,,,.., 7 7, 139 Balee, Kay .,,..,,,. YfY,--- 3 9 Balleen, Bobby ,,..., -f--'-A Banks, Earl ,,...,.... .,., 9 3 Bankston, Linda ,,..,, .aaa 8 9 Bankston, Nelda .,,..,, .,,,. 9 3 Bannister, Jimmie 1..,. ---f-Y-- Barber, Lowell ..,,.. ,.,, 9 3 Barefield, David ..,1 fYA----f--- 3 7 Barham, Malvina .,..., ,...Y 9 3, 134 Barker, Bruce ,,..., fVV---'- 7 7 Barns, Betty .,,..., r--'f---Y-- 4 3 Bawman, James .,,..,, --r-Y- 8 3, 159 Barnes, Billy ..,,, ..f,aa...f...-f.-.-f--fVf----f,---rf 1 67 Barrett, Billy 1,..,,..,,....,...,-,--fY--ff----f-------'-A-- -- 89 Barrett, Johnny ..,, 43, 119, 149, 150, Barrow, Sonny .,A...,.A.fYf----,--------1--,----"----'1-- 87 Bartoli, Glenda ., --., 77, 132 Barurnan, Robert .,.. --'--------'1-- Bass, Jerry ,,...,... ,-------'--------- Bassett, Anne ,1.., f--f 3 7, 147 Basset, William ,...,.. -f--'f-1-- 1 75 Bates, Brenda ...., .,1. 7 7, 134 Bates, Paul .,,.., ,,ff---f--ff----------,---, 3 31 153 Bates, Wfanda ..Y....A..-.Y----------,--------------- -f----- 1 45 Bauman, Jay ,,,..,,, 45, 151, 152, 154, 166 Bauman, Jimmy ..,---f---,-----1---1------------A -- 89, 166 Bearden, Sara ,.., .-f--f 3 6, 135, 170 Beason, Betty ------------ 88, 147 Belk, Frances 1.,,.. ---1,--11----,----,A------- 4 4 Bair, rn, .,,..,...,.. ...,r. 9 3, 134, 147 Belnap, Donald ...., -----f--v-'--- 7 71 113 Bell, Linda ,..,,..,.. -1-',f-- 8 9 Bell, Virkie ,.,,,.,,.., Y- 93 Benners, Raymond ----- --ff-'--'A- 8 9 Bennett, D0f0f11Y --1-- '--"--"""' 8 9 Benson, Darlene .1.,,- ------- 1 12, 124 Benson, JO1'1f1HY -"e-'-'--"""" Berry, Charlotte .,.., --A- 4 4, 109 88, 165 Berry, David ...... llNlDlEZX Berry, Ruby --,,, ,,..,,...,,,,....... 1 3, 77, 155 Best, Richard ,,,,,.,. 44, 110, 125, 152, 135 Biggs. Nancy .,,,,........,,,.......,,,,,,...,... 44, 128 Bigham, Darlene ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 3 Bigham, Donna Birdwell, Pat .,,,,,, Birdwell, Shirley ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,, Blackburn, David ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Blacketer, Keith ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 0, 44' 134 Blackstock, Priscilla ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Blair, Chris ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 89, 171 Blake, Ida ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 7 Blake, Pat ,..,,,, ,,,,,, 7 7, 1.47 Blalock, Billie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 9 4 Blankenship, Elizabeth .,,, ,,,, 8 8 Blankenship, Glyn ,..,.,,,,,,. ,,,, 3 9 Blankenship, Kenneth ...,. ,,,, 9 5 Blansit, Nancy ,,,,,,,,,, 94 Blanton, Alton ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , , ,,,,,,,,,, 93 Blanton, Bill ,..,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 89 Bliss, Lorin ,,,. ss, 119, 124, 149, 150, 165, 178, 179 Blissitte, Joyce .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 77 Boatright, Nancy ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 0, 4., Bodiford, Bob .,,,,....,,. 21, 77, 118, 120, 168 Bohanan, Dasid ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Boles, Bobby ,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 3 Boles, Charley ,..,, .,,,,,, 7 7, 161 Bond, Howard ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 3 Bonnell, David .,,,,,, ,,,. 4 4, 118, 126 Boswell, Billy ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 7 Boswell, Lynda ,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 7 Bougie, Jackie ,.,,, 44, 136 Bowman, Lynn ,,,., ,,., ,,,,,, 8 9 Bowman, Merle ,,.,,,, ,,,,, 4 4 Bowman, Richard ,,,.., ,,,,,, , ,,,, 8 9 Boyce, Tillman ..,,,. ...,,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 7 Boyd, Billy .,,,,,,.. ,,,,. 8 S, 162, 165 Boyd, Nancy ,,.. .,,,,,,...,,, 2 O, 44 Boyd, Sherrie ,.,,, ,,,,. 7 7, 156 Boyer, Jim ,,,,.., ,,,,, 9 5 Boykin, Mary .,,,.., ..,,,,,,..,,,,,.. , ,, 77 Brabham, Dianne ,,,.,,,..,,,,,.,.,,,,. 87 Bracken, Frank ,,1, ,,,,,. 1 15, 117, 118 Bracken, Joe ,,,,,,..,, ,1..,,,,,.....,, 8 8, 118 Bradbeary, Cheryl .,..,, ,,...,,,, 9 5 Bradley, Emily ,,,..., 88 Bradley, Larry ,,., ,,..,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,.,, Bradley, Sharon ..,,,... ,...,,,,,....,, 9 5 Bradshaw, Pierre aa... ,,,.. 7 7, 118, 120 Braswell, Carl ...,, ,....,,,,...,,,,,.,,, 4 4 Braswell, Roy ,.,,,,. ..,,,,. ,.,..,,,..,,,, Bredeson, Pamela ....., .,,,,...,,.,....,,....,,,,.,.., 8 8 Brewer, Don .,,,..,, 77, 105, 109, 154, 182 Brewer, Gary ,..,,,,.,,,.,....,,..,,,,....,,,.,.. 88, 162 Brice, Robert .,,,,.,, ,...,.. 9 0, 158, 167 Bridwell, Shirley ,,.. ..,,....,, 7 7, 134, 171 Brigham, Bennie .,,, ..,,,.. 1 7, 21 4-1 Brittan, James .,,.. ,....,,.....,,,.,,, .. 90 Britton, George ..,,, . ..,,,..,.,,,.,,,,,,..,,.,..,,,..,,,.V . Broadhead, Diana ..,,,... 77, 126, 137, 140 Bronar, Nancy .,,.. ..,,... ,,...,,,,.. S 9 , 170 Bronstad, Jack ,,... ..,, 9 0, 168 Brooks, Ginger ,,..., ..,,,...,,-.,,,, Brooks, Richard ,1... Brooks, Teddie ,,.. fr... .,,,, Brown, Douglas ,,,.. --f-ff--,--,-, 7 7 Brown, Eva ,.,,,.,, ..,V- 3 3 45 Brown, Glenda ,,... ,----,- 1 35, 143 Brown, Horace ,.---,,---- -- 45 Brown, James E. ,-,-- -4 Brown, June D. ,1..., -1--- 9 3 Brown, Leslie L. 77 Brown, Marion ,.,,,.. ,,..,1. -.-,-,- ,---,---,- 3 9 Brown, Sandra K. .,..,,,.,,---,----Y----1,------"---f- 93 Brown, Sherrill M. ..,, 45, 125, 129. 130 Brown, Virginia L. ,,.,,,.,,.-,,,--,,--1,-,--'----f---- 93 Brownell, Linda .,,.,,1- ---- ---------- 1 3 Browning, Georgia ..,.,,,,. ,--,-,--,,-- 7 7, 134 Browning, Ronald W. .,,..V ----,, 7 7, 118, 133 Brundidge, Edwin J. aa.. . Buchanan, Wayne Buckbee, Joy M. .-,- - Bullard, Catherin J. Bullard, Charles ,..,, ., Bullingzton, Janet ,,..,, Bullington, Larry .,,.., Bumbalough. Glenda 90. 45 93 89 90 170 Bunch, Ronnie G. Barandt, Donna ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 9, 139 Burden, Juanita ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Burdine, Truch W, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 90 Burke, Bill ,,.. 17, 45, 126, 125, 127, 130, 109, 177 Burkett, Darnellia ,,,,.., . ,,,,,,,,, 77 Burleson, Beverly ,,,,, ,UYYYYVYVY V Q Burns, Jonnie ,,,,, ,,,,, Burns, Rebecca ,,,,, 93 Burns, Wlilliam D, ,,,,, ,,,,,, 7 7 Burris, Freddie ,,,,,,,, V, 1 .15 Burroughs, Cherry ,,.,. H 90 Burrows, Carolyn .,.. ,,,,, 3 5 Burton, Nancy , ,,,, ,,,,,,, , H W 73 Busby, Julia G, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-.,,, 93 Bussell, Connie 78, 158, 126, 149, 150, 178 Bussell, Martha ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 0 Butler, Linda ,,,,, ,,,,,,-,,,, 3 3 Butler, Nancy C, ,,,, ,,,,,, 3 3, 155 Butler, XVilliarn G, ,,,,,, 93 Bynum, Aussa ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 3 9 C Cadenhead, Charlatte J. ,,,.1 . Cadenhead, Constance J. ,,.. . Cagle, Frieda G. ,,...,,,,, , Caldwell, Richard ,,.. Calendar, Jack I.. 90 Calhoun, Rita ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 45 Callahan, Paul ..,, 9, 17, 76, 78, 147, 148, 124 Callison, Nita ,,...,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 5, 125, 126 Calvert, Richard ,,,.,,. ,,,.. s 3, 115, 117, 113 Calvin, Dennis ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 5 Calvin, Johnny .,,, 78 Cameron, Leslie .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Camp, Billy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 5, 174 Campberlaw, Vffallace .,,,,, .,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, Campbell, Martha .,,.,..,,,,...,, 95, 122, 134, 124 Canales, Sammy ...,,,,. 149, 150, 178, 179 Cantu, Ester ,....,,, .,...,,,.,.,,,,,.,... 1 58, 90 Cantu, Madeline .,,, 91, 147 Canty, Frankie ,,... Capehart, James ,,,1..,,,,...,,.,, Capps, Deloris ,,,...,..,....,,.....,,.. Capps, Robert ,,,. 92, 119, Carey. Sonya Carlisle, John ,,,,..., 90, 149, Carnes, Cathy ,,,..,.,,1...,,.....,,,. Carr, Judy ,.,,,,.,, Carrizales, Cruz .,,,, 1 ......,.. 90 178, 149, 150 90 150, 178, 179 90, 124, 146 46 Carroll, Ronnie ,,.. Carter, Carter, Charlotte .,,.. James ...,,,.. 78 Carter, John ..,. ........ 4 6, 125 Carter, Robert ,.,.. .............................. Caruth, Bonnie ,,,.. ..,... 7 8, 126, 136 Casclla, Helene ..... . .....,...............,....--. 90 Cash, Lela ..,......... .. ..............,........-.......-...- 46 Castillo, Raymond .,....., 46, 152, 154, 167 Castleberry, Nancy ................,..-........,...-....--, 73 Cate, Robert M. ...... ..-.. 8 B, 93, 152 Caviness, Freddie ....... .....-.--..-..---.. 7 3 Cavnar, Gordon ............ ....--,..-- 1 - 120 88 Chamberlain, Bernice ..,,,. Chamberlain, Maurice ,,..,, Chambers, Martha ,..,, Chemness, Cathy .,,.. Champlin, Odette ,,..,,. Champion, Tom ..,,, Chanslor, Robert .,,. Chance, Clara B. Chancellor, Sandra ..,1. 90 135 90 124, 158 121 93 90 Chandler, Vernon R. ...............--..-.-....---------- B4 Chanslor, Nancy L. ..........---.--.-.-----.------- 20, 46 Chapman, Helen J. .... 15, 20, 46, 100, 108, 152, 171, 182 Chapman, Linda .... 76, 79, 112, 132, 146 Chapman, James E. .-,..--------1---,1----------------- 73 Chaves, Ronald L. .,1... ---,1---- 1 34- 162 Cheek, James K. .... ---,----'----,---------A---f- - Cheek, Roger ............ ------ 4 6, 152, 154 Chennault, Geneva ------------4-------'---f-- -- 78 Christian, Jimmy C- -,1---,----, 46, 113, 121- 154 Clancy, Jerry L. ...,...- --,--------------- 9 0, 153 Clanton, Karen --..- 90, 140 Clark, Anita ...., Clark, Barbara ..... 78 78 Clark, David 9. 16, 17, 22, 16. 1118, 111. 116, 12-1. 151, 13-1, 117, 1-18, 177 Clark, Marilyn ,,,,, .. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 90, 156 Clark. Patricia A. .,......,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Y 16, 174 Clayton, John H. .... '16, 1-19, 150. 177 178 Clements, Bob ,,,,,,,,, ,,,1,,,, 47, 113, 121 Clements, Martha .. ,, , 911 Clendenen. Barbara J. . , 91 Cleveland. Lana , , ,,,,, .. . , 78 Click, Larry . 20. 22. 153. -17. 119. 154. 149. 150, 177. 1751 Clinton, Larry ...21, '12, -17, 106. 129, 1511, 151, 152, 154, 156, 1'7 Coats. Frankie D. . , .. .... .. , 95 Coats, hiaryin S. VVV, 9. 78, 121, 129. 150 Coe, Christine -17, 126. 138. 159. 17' Coflee. Janice H22, 42. '17, 98. 109. 112. 116, 119, 1241. 1419, 150. 178, 179, 182 Coliliee. Judith , 22, 90, 104, 119, 119. 1511. 173, 1512 Coker, Gerald , ..... .... .... , , .. .. Colburn. Sandra 78, 136. 119. 150. 178 Cole. Edgar l.. , 1'5 Cole. John B. .. 91 Coleman. Carla ' "" f 90, 155 Collins, Frances ,,,, ,,,, ,,.,. . ,, . ,, . 91 Collins. Ronnie 20, 47, 116, 127 1111 Comer, Charlotte L.f20. 35. 47. 106. 125. 126, 12', 150, 152 Comfort, Clifton . ............ .......... , -17 125 Compton, Francis L. 2 .. Compton, Michael E. 90. 119. 119. 1511. 178, 179 Cone, Gayle E. . . .. .H Conley. Noel B. .. .... . ., 78 Conner. David E. .. 78. 134 Conner. James .. ........ ........ 1 17, 119 Cook. Alvin . -17, 119, 150. 173. 179 Cook, James E, ,,,, ,,.,, . ,..., ..... . . Cook. John XV. . .... ......... 7 8, 118 Cook, Marjorie M. 2 ............ 2 .. ,. . Cook, Robert E. . ..... 91, 118, 1211 Cook, Robert L, . .,.. ,...... .... . . . Coplin, Charles R. .... ....... 9 3. 120 Coplin, JoAnne . Corbin. Shirley A. Corgill, David A. .. .... .... ....... .... .... , , , , , Corletr, Frank E, ,,,.,... 78 119, 1-19. 150. 178 Corley, Ann , .. ..,. ,,,,,, ,, , 78 Corley, Martha .. , , , , Cortinas, Gloria ,, W go Cowan. Ronald R. ..... .. . 78. 160, 163 Cowan. Sue , .. .........,,....... ,... , 2 .. 89 Cox, Elizabeth Ann ..-'17, 110, 125. 126, 127, 1311 Cox, Hollis R. 91 Cox, Jo Ann , . 20 .17 Cox, Johnny .13 Cox, Marshall XV. ,,,,,,,, , H N 90' 1311 Cox, Wfendell C. , , ,, W Cozart, Russell 2.48. 152, 154, 155, 166. 16' Crabtree, Bobby .. . H , , 43 Crabtree. Ronnie . , 48, 152, 151 Craft. John H. . 90, 158 Craig. James E. ...... 911 Crain. Gerald .. .. . Crawford, Claranell ..... .. 78 Crini. Tommy XV, Crisxvell, Patricia C. , , .18 Crocker. Marianne ...... , 78. 175 Crocker. Richard D. .. , 2 Cronan, Edwin .,,.,. 9. 17, 48, 147. 148 Crossland. Barbara E. , 20, QR Crouch, Betty , , .. .. ,,,,, 78, 136 Crow, Gerald W , .ig Crowder. Linda , , 78, 12,5 Cruce. Pearl ,, ,,,, Crump. Peggy V ., so Crump. Penny .. ,,,,, W .152 Crumpler. Gary 2 ....... 89. 175 Curran. Rachel E. ,,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, f 18 Crutchfield. Macky XV. , , .. 78, 120, 126 Cullen. Bryan Lee ,,,,,, H 93 Culley, Michael L. .. ,,,,,,,,, 93 Cunningham, Hoyle ...,.. 158 Curran. Francina 1. .... , . .... 991 141' D Dailey, John Haskins ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .1 3 Dailey, Mary Louise .... 12. 18, 53, 78, 124. 145 Dandridge, Jerry L. 2 Danrord, James N. ., .95 Dantord, Mike ...... .... 78 Daniel. XVilliam C. .,,.,,, , Darpen, Gerald ............,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Davenport, Rodney . . ..... 89 158 Davidson, C. R. 89. 162 Davies, Gary ,,,, . , ,,,, 118, 175 Davies, Peter .... . ,,. 93. 1211 Daiila, Bobby T. 78. 1211 Davis. Barbara A. ,, Davis, Charles Ray . ,, ,, ,, 93 Daxis, David H, . .... .......... ........ 8 9 Davis, Dolores A, 17 20, 419. 138. 141, 171 Davis, French . H. .. 78 Dai iS. Johnny Beth . .... 89 Daxis, John M. . .. 89 Davis, Joyce A. . ,.,,, 19 Davis, Larry ,. Davis, Linda , .. , Davis. Marty 1111 Davis. Peter .... ., Davis, XVanda J. ,, ,,,..,,,, . . .2 Dawson. Harry S. .A , . .. ,, Dawson. Virl V. .... 49, 119. 119. 150, 17-i 178 179 Day, Brenda ,, , ., 78 Day. Harold ,, 78 Dean. Gracie . 2. H B9 Deaxers. Wfanda L. 17, 20. 21. 22 -19 108, 118. 119. 1571, 111 Deaelia. Johnny C. . , .. 2 88. 1211 De1.oach, Sharon , , ., 15. 155 Denner. James 91 Denton. George T. .... 89. 158, 172 Deoew, Karol . ....... . . 79, 124. 12' DeXY'itt, Thelma T.. .... ............ ...,... 9 1 Dickerson, Margaret A. .. .... 91 Dill, Othella M. '19 Dobbels, Patricia .. .. 79 Dolezar, Gerald E. , Dollins, Peggy , 79 Dominguez, Pete . ,.,,.,,. ,.,,,,,, .,,,,, . 1 36 Donaldson, lrita 111. ........ 13, 20, 419, 11' Donihoo. Dorothy G. .,,. , , -19 Donner, James E. . ..,,,, .......,,., ,.., 9 1 1, 165 Donney. Lawrence B. , . . .,.. , ,. Donworth, XVarren , -19, 149. 150, 178 Doody. David NI. ..... .... , . . ....., , Dorsa. Sarah Antoinette .... 9. 20. 21, -19 Downing. Hubert L. ..... .. .......... 89, 158 Drum. Raymond ..... , .. 79, 126 DuBois, Donna .... ...... ...... ...... ........ 1 7 1 Duggan. Robert E. .... .......................... ...... , Duncan. Bill ....,,., 22 49. 79, 129, 1311 Duncan, Denica , ,... , . 2 . 89 Duncan, Meredith - H 49, 121. 175 Duncan. Wfilliam C. ... ............................ .. 79 Du Plessis, Pete .... ..... 7 9, 118, 120, 131 Durham, Melanie ..... .. .. , -19 Durrett, Dana .,........ , . 79. 137, 138 E Earnliart, Brenda K. 91 Easlon, Kenneth P, H ,,,, Eaves, Jerry . ,,,, 17s Edge. Betty Edgil, George L, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,VVV dtyrrrrrr V -VVV Y V V Edmondson, Miki: E. ........ 134, 149. 150, 178 Edwards, Betty Ann ,,,,,,,,, N ,,,, ,, , A go Edwards, Colleen S. ,, ,,,, 511 Edwards. Eugene H. .. , , Edwards, James XV, ,,,,,,,,, H 7 H H Edwards, Martha 1,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,A YYVV 3 9 Edwards, h1icky .. ..,,. 79, 12-1, 157, 167 Effel, Laura E. , , 143, 149, 150, 178 Eitel, Donald R, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, 79, 1511 Elder. Richard ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,, , 20' .19 Elliff, Diana , ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, VYVVV 8 9 , 91 Elliott. Mary .. . ,.,.. 90, 1251, 170, 171 Ellison. John , .,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 5 0, 115 Elkins. Janie 20, 511 Elsili. Mona . , ,,,,,, S9 Emmett. Barry . ,, ,,,,11,, 89 Emmons. Janelle ...,... . Emmons, Bennie J. . Espinosa, Carmen ..... 91, -Qf'9i5 170 170 132 Evans, Pat .,,, ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , , ' 9 Esans, Sharon S. ..... .... . , , ..,. 79 Everitt, Claudia ..... ..50, 149, 150, 178 Eierroad. Don G. .... .,,,, , ., 89, 165 Euston. Louis Ann . ..,.... , 79 131 F Fain, David XV. .,.... R3 Fain. Mary E, ,,,, H H Faierson. Gustot O. ,, 87, 113 Fallis, Steve C, ,,,,,,,,,,,, V 39 Fannon, Elizabeth D. . . 55 50 Fant, Richard B. ....... 89. 121, 158, 162 Faries. Donna , , H 89 Farmer. Shirley ,,,,,, N N , 79 Farrar. Daxid ., , . . 50. 125 Farris, Tommy XV, ,,,, , 152, 15.1 Faulkner. Donna S. , , 2 ,. 50. 1116, 171 Felts. Robert . , 87 Felts. Ronald L. .. 118, 119 Fennant, Mike , ., 911 Fernandez, Yolanda .... . 89 Ferrell. Lois Jean .. ..... .. 79 Fielder, Susan , ,,,,, 79 Fields. Frances .. .. 79, 155. 147 Fields, Judy ...., .. 2 . H 79, 135 Fields, Ronnie L, ,, ,, Fierge. Joan S. . , .... ..,. 9 0 Files. XVilliam R. .. .. 174 Finley, Carolyn F. ,.,.,,.,..,,, . ,, ,, , 92 Finley, Mike . , . . ......... .... 5 0, 212 Fisher, Jimmy 20, -12, 50, 109. 125. 149, 1511, 178 Fivash, Doyle ,,,, , 50, 177 Fleegle, Dale .... .. .. 8' Fleming, Joe B. .... .... . 89, 158, 165 Floyd, Linda .2 .. ,,,.. ,,,., , , 89 Fluke, Andrea ., ,,,, ....,., ,,,,,,,, . . Fluke, Sandra ,,,, .,,. ,,,. . . ...,..,,,,, . ,, 79. 1-15 Ford, Janet ,,,,,,,, 79, 129, 155, 137, 111.1 Ford. Richard E. .,., ,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,, . . 79 Foreman, Kenneth M. . .. 93, 158. 165 Foster, Chris J. .....,..... ...... . ..,.. 79, 126 Foster, Linda 1N1. ,. ................. .. . 83 Foster, Tom .... 14, 17 50, 110, 127. 129. 150, 137, 177 Fowler, Barbara A. ,... ,,,,..... . .. 89 Fowler, Joe ............ . ................ ....... 1 19 Frailick, Pete . .............................. ....... ..... .... Y Frampton, James 50 51, 5152, 155, 160. 166, 163, 164 Francis, Hamil A. 2 .......... . .-,YYY Frank1in. Donna . .... 39 Franklin, Richard F. .... .,... 8 9, 120 Franks, Sandia .......... --Y-V----- 3 9 Frasure, Carolyn 79 Frazier, Orman E. , .. 79 Freeman. Bill ...,,,.. ..,.. 1 67 Freeman, Darlene 79 Freeman. Jerry D. .. 31 Freeman, Jim ..... ................ -.... f-'- f Freeman, Iwfartha L. ...................... H -- vfff 79 Freeman, Patti .. 89, 1419. 150, 173- 179 Fremrning, Patricia ..... ..---fff ff--f-f--ffffffffffff-- 7 9 Frost. Hollondy H. .... .--- 3 9 Fulenwider, Virginia .. f-f- S8 Fulgham, Patsy L. .-.VY-YYVV, -e--- 8 9 G Gallini. Sandra .,,......... 79 Ganakos, Vifilliam N. ......,... 2 95 Ganakos, Kitten ,...,.... ...... 7 9, 141 Ganakos, Pete , .... .............- 5 1 Garcia, Jesse M. ..... ..... 9 4 Gardner, Joyce 20 Garner, Carol ..., ..... . . Garner, Earnest ...... ... 79 Garrett. Vickey ...... , . . 159 Garrett. XVilmer R. .. .... , .. Garvin, Allen T. Garvin, Lester D. Garvin. Robert .... ......-. Gaskin, Rebecca ............................................ 79 Genseke, Kay . 79, 126, 127, 158, 141 Genzel. Mereda, .... ............................... S 9 George, Larry ,,,,,,,.. .,,, 7 9, 131, 152, 155 Garth, Roland 1., .. ...... ....... ............ . . 51 German, Ruth A. ..... ....................... 9 0 Gheen, Betty ....,.... 80. 153, 171 Gibbons, Joe .--..VYV 80, 165 134 Hult, Lynda .,,,, ..,,,, Gibson. Orual B. . ,,,, 90 Gilbert, Linda S. . . 92 Gilbert, Patsy L. ,,,, . .. .. 92 Gillilano, Barnie ,,,,,,,, ,,,, .. . , . Givens, Gordon .. 51. 110, 126. 131, 159. Kel Glasco, Sonny 51, 152, 155, 156, 1h31. 161 Glass, Betty J. . H.. .. 124 Gobel, Jol1n . .. . 51, 125. 126 Godwin, James . . . 80, 116, 120 Godwin, Marvin E, .. . . . 80 Goff, Charlotte . 80. 138, 1-19 150 178 Golden. Bobby R. Goodenough, Donald . 51. 129 130 131 Goodman, Gary R. . VV V 91 Goodman, Larry XV. " 91 Gould, Jewel M. . .. H 219 Goyvins. Leonard D. .... H ...... . 91 163 Grabbe, Jill . ..,.. , 6, 12. 80. 126, 1,15 Grace. Richard 89, 119, 149. 150, Gracey, Ruth H .... H ..... S17 Grady, Roy D. . 89. 119, 1119, 150, 1585 '7t Graham, Linda .... ..... ...... ..... Y 1 Y 811 Granger. Byron . ..... 51. 118, 120 129. 137. 172. 177 Grant, Patsy . ...... .... W .... V Grant, XValter V. ..... 158, 165 Graves, John ......... f------f'- 5 1 Gray, Carole A. . ,,.. .... ..., 5 1 124 Gray, Elizabeth M. 2 1 H 90 Green, Charles XV. .... Green, Douglas .. ..,,, . 89 Greenlee, Donald ...., 1 Gregory, Buddy VU. ........ -f.... -V Gregory, Patsy ..... ..... ........-.......-- 1 - 1 311 Gregson, Kitty .. 80, 149, 150, 178. 179 Griffin, Reta D. ,....... ..... ...... -..,- 5 1 - 135 Grimes, John .....-..... 53 Grindale, Billy R. H ..-..fVf..-f V Guajardo, Mary ,...,,,...,.,,.. 9, 80. 132, 1V17 Guajardo, Ray ........ ..... .Y....1'- 1 1 H VV 91 Guggenheim, Victor E. . .,,,,..,,,, ,,.. . ..., . 89 Gumm, Cl1eryl . ............--V..----f'V VV 30- 119 Gunr1, Judy L, .,,., .,.,.. 5 Z, 13-1, 138. 177 Gunn, 5211111111 .. ...... .-.--Y-Y-. -"'Y- Vfe- V V V VV 131 Gustavus. Sandra D. H Had. Vick ,,,,.. 86, 89. 124. 158. 165 Halbrook. Clarence J. . ..........A VVVVYY VVVVV-- 9 5 Halbrook. Ronald A. H 39 Hale, Larry E. ......... H VVVV 93 Hall. Edgar M. .. 99 Hall, Robert XV. VV Hall, Vera Hall, Virginia L. .. , ,. 89 Halstead, Wfilliam E. .... . 162, 165 Halteman, Charles E. ..... ....... 1 75 Ham, Janice ................ ,..... S 0 Hamm, Erna C. .. ........r.... . .... Hanaxer, Andra .... 80, 135, 14" Hanes, Robert E. .... .....,....,,,, , 80 Haney. Robert L. ....... 139 Haney, Dale ................. .,,,,,, , 93 Hansen, Christopher .................rr..,,, 89, 165 Hardcastle CPratt1 Andera ,.................. ,,,, , Harden, Ava Carolyn ............ 52, 134, 158 Hardt, Charlie F. ...... 89, 158, 166 Hardwick, Carolyn ...... ,....,...... 8 0, 134 Hardy, Ollie Fay ......... ..... 9 0, 135 Hargrove, Franklin B, ..... ,. Harkin, Gene ......., .... .... . . Harp, Nancy L. ................... 39 Harp, XX7illiarn B. .... ...... 8 0 172 178 Harper, Joy E. ...... .r......................... . Harper, Ann . ........... . .....,....... 89 Harrelson. Sherion ...... 89, 135 Harris, Donna L. 92, 12-1 Harris, Dorthy ....... . .... 80, 171 Harris Leonard C. ..... ..................... . Harris Richard ........ .... 5 2, 116 Harris, Robert '1'. .... 91 Harris, Vickie .. .............,................... 20, 52 Harrison, Beverly Jeane .... 52, 125, 126, 135, 145, 171 Harrison, Richard .... 22, 52, 116, 131, 133 Hart, Edwin D. ............... ....... 8 8. 134 Hart. Navine R. H.. .. 52 Hartsfield, Mil-ze . ..... . . .... ,, Harvley. Charles Eveiitt .... 80, 149, 178, Hatch, Gary J, ......... . ...........,,,,, 90, Hathavfay, Joe .. 52, 13-1, 149, 150 Hathaway, Judy Hathcock. Joy H Harens. Timothy Hawley. Jeff Hanley. Marylee .. Hawthorn. Jessie Hayn, Joan Havn, Marlelyn ........... 90, 119. 149. 150, 178 1-laxnes, Robert . Heard. Nancy' 52, Hearn, Charlene .... . .... .. . ......... . ... Hearn. Richard ... 21, 52, 152, 155, Hearon, Richard . 13V1 91 150. 179 158 178 155 90 179 87 S9 89 175 89 171. 17' 53 171 53 53 131 51 138 89 53 Heath. Gordon ...... ..,.. 5 2, Heath, James ...... ..... . Hedgecock, Donald ..... ..... . . .. Hejel, Bobby .............. ...... 1 18, Hejl, Jerry .........,.................................... Henderson, Sue .... 53, 125, 129, 130, Hendricks, Carol ........................................ . Hendrix, Kaye ,... ...... ...... ................. Henry, Mary ........ .......... . . . Hensley, Robert ..... .. 17, 20 Hensley, Henson, Patsy .... Linda .,... Henson, Victor ...... Henson, Wfilliam 80, Hernandez, Ralph ............ 53, 136, 134, Herndon, Hickman, Dicky Hickman, J. D. . Hickson, Marvin Higgins, Janet Higgins. Hightower, Jimmy Lee Hill. Jerry ...... .. . Hilton, John .. Hines, Carolyn .... Hobbs, Merle . Hodges, Robert ...... Troy .. .. . 53, 152. .. 91. Judy ...... ......... 89, 55 117 89 9? 157 53 155 120 120 88 80 171 .. .. 89 Hoffman, Janet ......... .... . . ..... . ...... ... Hoggarcl, Charlotte ,..... ..,..... ............ 9 0 , Holland, Tom ............ 80, 101, 131, Hollingsworth, Na11cy ................... 89 Hollowell, Judith Lynn ....,... 53, 137. Holston. X1s7illiam .......,. Holt. Basil . .......... . Holt. Lyndon Holton, Jerry .. Holton. Wfanda . Hood, Donald Hood. Hugh Hood, Lynda ...... Hood, Lyndon ..... 53 .. 80 135 182 140 177 54, ...ff 90. 134 80 139 135 90 90 80 90 Hood, Mary . ...... .... .... 9 2, 131 Hooper, Glenda ..... ................................... 8 0 Hooper, Richard .... ..... 9 0, 160, 161, 163 Horak, Ronald ..................... .................. 5 4 Horn, Vala Jo .......,........................ 9, 54 124 Horton, King ........ 54, 149, 150, 178 179 Houston, Linda . .................. 54, 134, 1-16 Howard, Lorraine ..... Howley, Jo Ann ..... Hubbard, Everett ..... Huber, Steven ........ Hudson, Emmett ,... Hudson, Henry Hudson, J. B. .. Huffman. Larry Huffman, Wanda ...... Hughes, Judy ...... Hull, Donna ..., . Hultsman, David ...... Humber, Wilson Hume, Fred .......... Humphreys, Sally ......... Hunt, Jonnie . ..............11 .. Hyde, Rocldah .... 9, 17, Hyman, Lee Roy 17, 80 90, 80 119 120 90 33 .. , so, S0 124 147 . ........ .......... 5 -1 90, 165, 158 94, 120 80, 127, 134 80, 102, 112, 132, 147, 148, 182 54, 160, 161, 163. 164 I Ingram, Barbara A. .... .... 9 0 lnsley, Lenda F. ...,,, 54 1 Jack, Xvilliam C. ...... .. . 90 Jackson, Duane . .. ., . .. 152, 155 Jackson, George ..... ........ . .... . Jackson, Hulene .... 9, 80, 121, 135 Jackson, Janice L. .... .,,.. ....... . . 92 Jackson, Paul C. .. . 90 Jackson, Paul M. . Jackson, Robert ..... . .. .. . si Jaco. Eve . ........ ....... . . . . S0 Jacobs, Jean C. . ..... 54, 125, 132, 138, 171 Jacobs, Margie S. .. . Jacques, Glenda L . .. James, Linda 1.. ...... ..... 5 V1. 129. 130 James, Kenny .... .......... .. .. 174 Janousek. Juanita ........ 53, 80, 124, 145 Jansen. Cheryl . ....... .. ....... 81, 135 January, XVilliam S. ...... ............ , . .. 81 Jarman, Dwain .............,. .... 5 1, 109, 136 Jay, Susan .... 13, 55, 135, 1-17, 177 Jenkins, Robert D. .. ........ ,........... 8 1, 159 Jett, Martha R. 92 Jett, Richard J. ..... 81 Jett, Virginia A. .. , ........... . .. 20, 5-1 Johnson, David K. .... Sl, 119, 149, 150. 168, 178, 179 Johnson, Donald ......,.. ............ ....... . ,. Johnson, Jeffie M. .... 55, 129, 130, 137. 138 Jol1nson, Joe , ....... .......................... 81 Johnson, Hr-rschel .... 42, 55, 152, 155, 171. 177 Johnson, Ivlilton . ....... . ....... ....... . .... . .. Johnson. Sandra S. ........ 90 109, 135, 147. 175 Johnson, Suzanne E. .... ...... . 55 Johnson, Johnny XV. . .... 90, 162 Johnson, Marcia Lee .... .. .. 55 Jol1nson, Ronald E. ..... ........, 9 2 Johnson, Sherrie ......... .. .......... , 92 Jol1nston, Cheri K. .... 90, 162 Johnston, Donna .... ......... 175 Jones, Barbara L. .. ..... 91 Jones, Bobby R. 92 Jones, Cecil W. .fVV "'V 9 0 Jones. Dina ........ .. 81 Jones, Ella M. ...... ..... 9 0 Jones, Harley XV. .... ..... . 93 Jones, Homer B. J fVVVV 90 Jones, James ...... 55 Jones, Janette ....... .......................... . ...... 87 Jones, Jo Ann ................................. ........... , . 55 Jones, Ronnie L. .... 119, 149, 150, 178, 179 Jones, Ronny .. .............................. .. ....... H 55 Jones, Thomas . ............................. 55, 136 Jordan, Dorothy Jane .... 55, 110, 125, 129, 130, 133, 138, 177, 212 Jordy, Archie J. .................................. . ....... 9Vl Julian, Curtis ..... ....... ........ ...... 8 1 K Kaiser, Judy ................. ..... 8 1 Kaminga, Laurie J. 2 ..... . 55 4Kay, La Quita ......... ....... 1 3 Kech, Tommy ................................................ 92 Keeney, Sar1dra Sue .... 42, 56, 107, 124, 125. 126, 145, 171 Keeton, Michael C. .................... 20, 56, 171 Kelly, Larry .Q .............................................. 92 Kelly, Pat .. .... ....,...... 5 6, 173, 212, 177 Kemble, Harry 1v1. ....... ............ 9 0, 120 Kenkman, Sharon .... r......... 1 70 Kennard, Patrick R. .... Kennedy, Judy ......... 81 81 .. 90 139 178 94 , 168 166 175 137 .. 81 Kennedy, Susan ...1... ...... ................ Key, Edward R. ..... .................... 9 0, Kidd, Patricia G. . .... ..... 9 O, 149, 150 Killingsworth, Ann P. ..1...................1..... . Kinchin, Dennis ............. ................1... 5 6 King, Eddie L. .... 90, 158, King, Janice D. . .......... 56, King, Kay .....1. ....... 8 1, King, Sally ................ ......-.1..,fY- f King, Walter .1.. 56, 109, 124, 135, 154, 152. 155 Kipp, Dorothy ,,,,,,, 118 87, 112, 147. 148. 170 , , 90 .-.,Qff, Q 164 81, 163 ...,...mi94, 118 147 Kirby, Richard L. ,... .... .v.v.,.,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 9 0 Knight, Bonnie D. ,,,Y,,,. 56 149. 150, 178 Knight, Nancy Ann v,,,v,,.,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 5 6 Knodle. Deanne ,,,,... , . ,,,. 90 Knott, Patricia A. .,,, 94 Koch, Thomas .,,,, Kolcel, Terry ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,..,v , .. 56 Kretzchmar, Carolyn ,,,, 56, 135 Krough, Mary ,,,,,,,,.... ,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 1 Kronenberg, Edna R. ,,,,, YY.vYY 9 0, 110 L Lackey, Betty ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , Lacl-zey, Harry T. ,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,, , ,.... 92 Lam, Robert G. ....,... 90, 119, 149, 150, 178 Lamb, Larry E. ..,.. .. 91 Lamb, Marilyn ..... ,.... 8 1, 171. 140 Lambert, Brenda .,.,,, ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, 81 Lambright, David ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , , ,,,,, 56, 116 Lamkin, Stephen L. 90, 119, 149, 150, 178 Lancaster, Stanley E. .,,,, ,,.,.... .,..,.,,,., . . 92 Lancaster, Linda J. .... 9-1 Landrum, Mary ,,....... , .... 81 Lane, Betty M, , ..,. ..,....,............ 5 6 Larner, Stephen D. ,,,,,,. 81, 126, 135 Larsen, Ronald ,...,, .....,...,. 1 7 57 Lasiter, Paul E. ....... ..... 9 0, 153 Lasseter, Jackie J. .......... . 174 Latoski, Bill ,,......,,,, ....,, 5 ' Laverjo, Don ,,.,,. 87 Law, Beverly M. ....... ,,,,,. 9 3 Lawrence, Jerry L. 174 Lazano, Delia ....,...,, ................ ...............- Leach, Sharon D. ...,. .,.,.,,,.,,,,....................- 9 1 Leatherwood, Kay ........ 81, 126, 135, 146 Ledbetter, Judith .... 57, 108, 127, 129, Lee, David C. .,,..,,................YY...Y.YYYY . Lee, Harold D. ,,...... 81, 115, 117, 120 Lee, James R. ,.,,,....,.............,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lee, Norma S. ...... ..-.-.--f - Lents, XVilliam E. .... ......, 9 5 Lentz, Robert ...... ..,,,. 5 7 Leslie, Alene .,,. 140 Leslie, Mary .,............... ....,...... 8 1 Leverington, 1N1iChae1 .... ,,,,,,, 5 7, 116 Lewellen, Patrica A. .... ,,,...-..... ...... 5 ' Lewis, David ................... ...VYV 3 3. 57, 212 Lewis, Elizabeth Ruth ,,,,,,,, 57, 124, 125 Lewis, Jameg ,,,.,,, ,,.,,,..,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, Lewis, Mack ....,, ,,,. 8 6, 158 Lewis, William ...,,. ..,,,..,,... 5 7 Liles, Carol ,,,,..,,.. 81, 175 Lillard, Kenneth .........., .,,,.,,,, , 57 Lindley, Priscilla Janice .,..., ....,,. .,,. 5 " Lipps, Ronnie D. ,...,,.,,, ,.... 9 0, 165 Lisle, Carola L. .... ............ 9 0 Little, Claudia ISI. ...................... 90, 146 Little, John .... ......................................,,,.......... Lively, Bill .,,..... 57, 149, 150, 178, 179 Lockhart, William ....,... 58, 152, 156, 166 Loeck, John ....,,,....... ................. ....., , , .. Loftin, Sharon K. .. Lott, James ,.,.,,, ....... .,...., ...... ,.,.,. ,.,,,, Lotzer, Jerome ...................................,............,, . Lloyd, Joshua E. .... 81, 149, 150, 178, 179 Logan, Elsa Louise ........................ 58, 138 Logan, Oscar W. ................. .. Long, Charlotte .. 81, 147 Long, Lee A. ......... .......... 5 8 Loosier, Josie J. .. ...... ............ . .. Lopez, Jesse G. ..... .......................... 9 2 Lopez, Patrick ...... ....,. 9 0, 158, 165 Lopez, Rosa .,.. .......................... Lott, Patrica ........ .......... 8 1, 139 Loving, Jackie ............ 81, 147, 171 Loving, Lloyd H. ..... .................... 9 2 Lowe, David L. .... ......... 8 8, 120 Lowe, Ronnie ...... 58, 177 Lucas, Jimmy H. .... ........................ 9 0 Ludden, Kay ..... 81, 135, 137 Lueck, Carol L. ...... .........-.-------- 9 0 Lumley, Jean O. ..... ....... .....-----------. 3 3 Lunsford, Nelda ..A............. - --.--....- 88, 147 Lusk, Janet F. ..,..,..,.,. 58, 129, 130, 171 Luttrell, Walter S. .... ..,,.,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , Lyon, Ted L. ,,...... .,... 8 1, 163 M Madewell. Connie A. Malone, Evelyn J. .. Malone, Jimmy C. . ........... .. Malone, Rosemary ,,..,, , .. Marble, Jeannie 9. 17, 86 March, Johnny C. ......... Marion, Edward L. Marlowe. Marilyn J. Martin, Clarence A, ,... . Martin, Dayton XV, Martin, Donald C. Martin, Gary J. Martin, Ronald Martinez, Bonnie ., Martinez, Irene ,. 1 . 911 . .... 90 81, 136, 138 QMason, Jean .. .. ,,..,,,, Mason, Joyce F. .. Mason, Loyal XY'endeI ,,,., Massey. Robert D. Masters, Albert E. Masterson, James J. .... , Mathews, Tena ..,,,,, Matthews, Ethel J. Matthews. Judi . ............-- V Matthews, Ray Don Mauldin, Janice K. 58, Mauldin, Ruth Ann ..,, Maxcy, Penny P. ,, May, Daniel, M. May, Janie R. ..,.,,.,, , May, Jimmy Lynn ........ Maynard, Melanie G. -.-..ffA.- - Mazer, Charles L. ........... , Meador, Dennis ..... Mecklin, Donna ..,. Meisch, Edward ..., 59, Melton, Nancy .. ......... .. Merrill, Linda F. .. Mershawn, Wfilliam Meyer, Eff... Lynn ..................... Milburn, Delight ....., Miles, Jimmy R. Milfer, Robert ......, Miller, Donna S. Miller, George H. Miller, Jim ............. Miller, John V. Miller, Judy Miller, Linda .,., Miller, Mary L. ..... , 88 M5512-1 90, 136 152, 156, 157. 163, 164, 165 ' 124 81 90 168 88. 20, 58 94 129, 130, 155 , 86 59 82, 184 as sz, 173 59 82, 135 sz 162 124 59, 164, 172, 175 sz, 126 82 ,, 135 88 Miller, Shirley E. .,... .......1........................ 9 3 Miller, Virginia ............ 59, 127, 129, 130 Miller, Wfeldon L. ............ 82, 131, 133, 169 Miller, Wfilliam .... 59, 100, 107, 124, 125, 126, 151, 152, 156 Milliorn, Helen Miltner, Robert A. Mitchell, Cecile Mitchell, Sandra E. 86 82, 109, 155. 139 86 Monk, Kaye ......,....1.... 82, 126, 133. 159 Ivfontalvo, Freddie ............ 86, 153, 162, 165 Montalvo, Sylvia ..1................. .------ ..--..... 3 2 Montgomery, Homer R. ,... -.A---,-,,,-,......--..--- V - Ivfrjodyl jean, ,,,,...,,,,,,,,.,,....,..... 21, az, 145 Moody, Jerry .... 21, 59, 99, 152, 156. 182 Moody, Shirley A. ..1................. 15, 50, 145 Moon, Gary M. ........... ...........-..---- - 82, 133 Moore, Beryl ........ 82, 119, 149. 150, 173 Moore, Carol C. .......................-.........---------.- 86 Moore, Darlene ..............1........................... 135 Moore, Eddie K. .... 119, 124, 149, 150, Moore, Edwin .... ..........,......- 1 19, 160 Moore, Gwynn .... ...... 3 3, 60, 124, 145 Moore, Paula ............. .....-.A--.------.-,,,,,,,., - - 86 Moore, Ronald M. i.--..-----,--------..--.1---------- 32 Moran, Karen R. .... 22, 86, 118, 119, 132, 145 Moran, Sandra L. .,...... 15, 42, 60, 124, Moreland, Judith Moreno, Johnny .....,,.. 120 bforgan, Carolyn A. . .................. ..... 1 9, 86 Morgan, Donald K. .................. ....... . 158 Morgan, Richard ..., 60, 124, 131, 152, 154, 166 Morgan, Susan .. ,, 136 Morgan, Vlfayne C. .... ,..,. 8 2, 118. 119 bforgun, Tania .,,,,,, . .,........ 19, 86 Morrall, Charles P. ..,,. ............ . Morris, Gerald ......... ..... 6 0 Morris, Shirley E. ......... , . Morris, XVilliam E. .... . .... 94 1NIorrison, Jack ,,.,,,, ..,,.. , .. 175 biorroxv, Orville E, ,..,, ,,,,... , Morrow, Sharon S. ,,..,.,, ,.,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,.,, . 1 biorrow, KVilliam C. ,,,,. ,,,,.. 8 6, 158 Muirhead, Lynne L. ,... Muller, Nancy D. .......... .,.....,... 6 O, 128 Murphy, Micheal M. ...,... .... .................. 1 2 6 Murphey, Mike L. .... 92, 149, 150, 174, 178, 179 Liurphy, Grady M. ..,,,,,.,.. ,.,,,.,,....,,,...,.,,,,,,... . 1N1urray, Charles .,,.,, ,,..,,,,,,.. ,. 88 Murray, Norma D. .,... ..,.. 1 4, 86, 136 Musick, Patricia A. .... .,........ . 93 Myers, Sherry D. Myrick, Linda J. ....,.,.......... .. 86 Mc McAdams, David N. McAnalley. Bettye ..... McBride, Freddy .................,..,.................... .... McCaffity, Sue .... 58, 125, 126, 132, 212 McCaifity, Gary ........ 81, 135, 124, 177 IX1cConathy, Rick ........,....... 21, 81, 135, 163 McCoy, Jesse ,..... ............. ......... 8 8 McCrea, Jerry ......... 58 McCreary, Ethel ...... ,...,....... 9 4 McCullough. James ...... ...... 5 8, 136 McDaniel, Grace ..... .....,,. 9 4 McDaniel, Rita ...., ...... 8 8 McDonald, Alys ..... ,,,..,,.. 9 4 McDonald, David ....,. ......... . McDonald, Ann ....... ..... 8 Z, 135 McDowell, Myra ........ .... 2 1 58 McFarland, Roderick .... ....,.,..,...,. 8 2 McGee, David ............ .............,... 9 Z, 162 McGee, Judy ,..........................,............ 58 88 McGee, Julie 59, 132, 137, 149, 150, 178, 179, 212 McGehee, James .... 119, 149, 150, 178, 179 McGlamery, James ................................ 82, 131 McGlynn, Joyce .... ........ 9 0 McGown, Curtis ,.... ,...... 8 6 McHargue, Gene ..... 82 Mclnerney, Jo ...... .. 82 Mclnerney, Joan ........ ............................ 9 4 Mclnerney, June .........,...........,...............,...... 94 McKeddy, Peggy .... 82, 135, 149, 150, 178 McKeever, Jimmie .................................,,...., 59 McKelvain, Laurine ...,. ..,, 6 , 59 McKenna, Rosa ....... ,........... , McMullen, Mary ,....... ...... .,...,............. 5 9 McMurry, Raymond ,................................... 82 McNatt, Gene ........ 90, 149, 150, 178, 179 McPherson, Rose .... 17, 18, 21, 59, N Nachlinger, James .,... ............ 8 7, 118, 168 Nall, Clarence ........ ..... 8 8, 118, 119, 177 Nash, Linda ..... .....................,..... 1 74 Nauarrd, Don .... ...... 1 58, 165 Negethon, Janet ..,................... ..,...... 8 6, 136 Negethon, Josella ................................... 60 Neitsch, Susanne .... 22, 60, 121, 149, 150 Nelson, Ronnie ..............,,................................ NeSmith, Eddie ....,.. ....... 8 7, 165 Nettles, Robert .... ................... Negethon, Janet .... ..... 8 6, 136 Nevil, Roy .......... .... 8 4, 174 Newell, Edward ...... .,....... 8 7 Nichols, Don .... ....,........,.. Nichols, Jimmy ...... ..,..,,....,... 8 8 Nichols, Robert .... .. 60, 124 Niemeier, Barbara .... ............ 8 2 Noble, Parlene ....,.. ................... Noll, Phyllis .,.... .... 8 8, 135 Norman, Patricia ,... ...... 8 8, 135 Norris, Beverly .... .........,......... Norris, Clara ...,.., ...... 9 5 North, Hibbert ..... .......1. Nowlin. Virginia . 82 Nystrom, Nancy , 91 O Oakley, Jimmie . ,,Y,,,.,. 88, 165. 172, 173 Oatis, Lloyd ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,YYY,,,,,,,,V,VVV, , , go Ockels, John . . ,,,,,.,,VV, , O'Dell, Sandra . 86, 1-17 Ogilvie, Marsha .. V,,,Y,,,,, 82 Oldfield, James ,,,, . ,, ,,,,,,, .. 93 Oldfield, Jenny ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , 88' 147 Oliver, Cheryl .... ,,,.,.. Oliver, Roxie Ondrusek, Joseph ,,,, 82, Ontiverns, Roy ,,,, ,, . Orr, Donnie Orrie, Charles ...., Ortega, Gloria ,,,,,, Osbirn, Vifancla ,,,, Osborne, Xllfanda ,,,,,,, Ottensman, Sandra ,,,,,, Overby, Richard ,,,,, 60, 125, 132, 146 118, 120, 126, 131 ,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,, , , 171 ., , H .. 171 117 921 88, 135. 82 . 162 91 Owen. Sue ,,,, 82, 155 Owens, Frances .. 87 Owens, Eugene . ,. 91 P Pace, Diane K. . ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 8 7 Packer, Richard A. . . 9-1, 119, 149, 150. 173, 179 Padilla, Juanita ,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,, . 95 Page, Carl D. ...,,, 61, 17,1 Pardue, Kathy D. ,. .. 61 Parker, Elva ,,,,,,,, r,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , Parkey, Jim , ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, VAYVYYYVYIY , I 61 Parr, Jackie G. ......., 135, 149, 150, 178, 179 Parr, John D. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 88. 11.1. 121 Parrish, Beverly ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, VVVVVVV V Parrish, Dorothy L, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y YYYYVY 3 7, 1.15 Parrish, Madeline R. 21, 61, 129, 130, 13' Parsley, Maude Annette ........ 87, 124, 155 Pm, Jew ff,,,,........ ...... .,,. 6 1 . 152, 156 Pate, Kathy D, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,Y,,YYYYY , , I 87 Patterson, George Mike , ,,,,,,,,,,,, , 87, 153 Patterson, Leonard ,,,. 61, 152, 156, 160 161 Patton, Carolyn ,....... 61, 125, 126, 135, 171 Patton, Jan ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 82. 181 Payne, Gary XV. ,,,,, W 91 Payne, Roger . ..,,,,,,,,, , 120 Pederson, Adrian P. . ,,,, 168 Pediford, Larry G. 95 Pelt, John C. ....... . ..,,. 17-i Pelt. Rebecca A. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 93 Pendergiaft, Robert Lewis .... H 87 Pendleton, Mary J, ,,,,,,r,.,,, 93 Penny, David H. .,...,.,.,,, ,,,, . 161 Perez, Rudy ...,,,.,,,,,, .... 9 3, 120 Perkin, Richard G. ..,. .,,. ,,,, 1 6 6 Perry, George E. ...,. 87, 165 Perry, Mike . Pesche, Nadine C, .. Peters, Robert C. .... . Peterson, Wfilliam, ,,,,,, , .Y 93 ss 61, 118. 121 Pettigrew, Shelia K. .... ,..,,,,,,.,., 8 7, 121 Pevehouse, Judy B. ,,,,,,....... ..,,,,,,,,, . .. 87 Peieffer, Beverly . ..,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 82, 133 Philbrick, Judith A. ..,. 12, 16, 17, 21 22. 61, 110, 112, 114, 119, 124, 125, 130 Phillips, Helen J. ..,.........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 87 Phillips, Kathleen ........ 82, 129, 132, 133 Phillips, Patrica .,,... ........... 6 1, 125, 135 Philpott, Shirley J. ,,,,,, ,,,1,1,, , ,, 87 Phipps, Stephen L. Picard, Jimmy S. Pickett, David L. .. Pier, David L. Pierce, Jeanne K. Piland, Mike D. 85, 173 ss, 119 ss, 119 87 Pinn, Mary ..,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 3 Pitchford, Cynthia L. ........ 88, 132, 171 Pitman, Mike .... 61, 97, 107, 131, 152, 156. h 164, 166 Pitts, Raymond L. ,...,,.,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, Poe, Ethel B. .....1......,...,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 87 Polk, Margaret ,... 83, 126, 128, 133, 138, 143 Polston, Peggy R. ................................ 19, 32 Polston, Virginia ...... 83, 140, 171 V. Pomeroy, Gloria Poole, Joyce M. Poole, Linda J. Pope, Donna ....... , ,,,.,, .. ......,,..,, , ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 62 82, 1-19, 150, 178 Pope, Gwendolyn M. , ...... 62 Popp, Robert L. ........ ........... . ,.,,,,,, , , 90 Post. Carey ..... .....,,,,,,,, , , ,,,,,,,, 62 Post. Haroletta Kay .... 20, 107, 125, 126, 133 Post. Linda ........... 18, 20, 33, 121, 145 Post, Tony , ..... . , 93, 133 Post, XVillian1 T. , , ,, Poston, Bobbie , , ,, ,,,,,,, , Poston, Johnny M. ,,,,, ,,,,,,, 9 4, 120 Poston, Bill .. .,.. , 87 Potts, Linda ......... , .......,, ,,,, ,,,,,,, 8 S Potts. Linda J. H , .. til Powell, Fredrich P. ........ 76,"83, 131, 152, 157 Price, Hank, .... , ,. 88. 135, 165 Price, Henry P, , Price, Patricia E. 62, 129 Priest, Carlos Mike .... , ,, Prince, Glenda B. ,, 93 Pruett, Elaine Jo ...... ....... 8 5, 135 Puckett, Betty ......... , H 87 Puckett, Jerry ......... Puckett, Paula ..............,............................. 87 Puckett, Stanley .... 62, 152, 157, 160, 1625 l 11 Puente, Bertha P. ,... .,,,,,. ,..., , . 92 Puente, Manuel ....... . ....................... . Purser, Barbara J. ,... ,...... 2 1, 62, 135 Pursley, Billy L. ........ ...... 8 3, 151, 135 Putnam, James M. ........ ...... ............ 8 7 Putz, Leslie ........................, ......... 8 7, 135 Q Questa, Gene H , ,. R Rabe, Zelda J. ..... .... , H .. .. 91 Rachal, Patricia ,, .. ..... ....,..., . . Ragan, Peggy ,........... ...... 8 3, 124, 126, 145 Ragan, Robert B. ,, .... .. 62, 149, 150, 179 Ragsdale, Joan .... 32, 87, 101, 112, 1-'16, 181 Railsback, Eileen .. ., ....... B7 Rains, Earnest L, .... ., 171 Rambo, John G. H . Ramirez, Elizabeth ., ............. 37 Ramirez, Nancy .... .... 6 2, 147 Ramsey, Carol ..,., ..,... . ,. 13 Rankin, Frankie .................... ..... .... ...... 8 7 Rankin, Hubert L. ..,...,.... . ,.... , ....,...... 93 Raper, Elaine .... 62, 125, 126, 133, 177 Rau, Rosalie . ,.,..... ,. ...... ..........,.....,........ , 87 Rawlings, Greg ........................ 87, 158. 172 Ray, Margaret .... 91, 1-19, 150, 178, 179 Ray. Sandy . 83, 160, 162. 163 161 Redmon, Susan ...... ....................r 2 1. 83 1?-1 Reed, Brenda ..... .. , .,................ 83 Reed, Charles .................. ....... ...... . . , .... 63 Reid, Deanna Sue ........ ....... 6 3, 125, 126 Reid, Robert 63, 108, 131, 152, 157. -1 Reno, Nelda ................... 33, 1-10 Retta. Gloria .......... .... 8 3, 132, 135 117 Reynard, Richard ........ ......... 8 3, 160, 162 Reynolds, Kenny ....,........... .............................. Y Reynolds, Sandy .... 6. 9, 17. 20, 63, 112, 124, 129, 147, 1.13 Reynolds, Sara .,... ............... ..........,...,.... 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Jerry M. , 81 Speck. Kathryn E. , 91 Speegle. Mickey , , , Sperry. Leslie A. , 81 124 1'5 Spillyards. John , 61, 126 155 Stampler. Henry G , 93. 1111 Starnes. Kenneth , Starr. Doris F. , , 81 Stark, Patsy , , , 61 Stepliens. Bobby , , , 91. 158 Stephens. Karen Ann 8-1. 124 158 Stephens. Tommy G. , , Stephenson. Freddie . , , , 65. 136. 171 Stewart. Betty 81 Stinebaugh. Glenn A. ., .,,,, , , 92 Stoddard. Kathleen , , . 91 Stokes, Davey ,,,, 65, 107. 109. 116. 119. 126. 149. 150. 178 Stokes. Linda , 2 91. 135 Story. Sam , , , 65 Stovall. Glenda ,, ,, , 91 Stovall, Norma ,,.,, , 91. 155 Strange. Daxid T. ,, ,, , Strange. XY'i1liam H. ,, ,, Stranson. Margaret .. ,,,, ,, 175 Streater, Barbara 15. 21, 65. 155. 146 Street. Mary E. , ,, 65, 175 Suarez. Steve -, ,, ,, ., , 91. 1.58 Suarez. Jeanne S. S4. 126. 192. 138. 165 Sudduth, Elizaleth , ,.,, , , 8'. 12-1 Sudduth. Janine ., , 65 Summers, Buddy M. . . 91 Summers. Harold . N 91 Summers. XY'illiam C. ,, , , 81 Summers XVilma ,,,, ,, . - . 88 Sutton. Jerrel ,, ., , 81. 155. 181 T Tabor. David , 9, 65, 106. 126. 127. 130. Tanker. Robert ,,,,, ,,.. H Taggart. Jerry ,, 8-l. 119 Tallent. Judy , . 6, 20. 65. 171. 175 Tarlton. Sherrian ,,,, 65. 109, 146. 171 Tarwater. Ricky , ,,,, 94, 158, 167 Tate. Bonnie 65. 136. 139 Tate. Donna , , , 20. 65 Tate. John ,,,, 89 Taylor. James 65 Tavlor, Phillip VVVV 65 Tennent. XVilliam Terral. Fil , 171 Teubner. Mike , ,, 91 Tey. Larry ,. 2 91 Thoma, Kathelyn , ,,,, 66 Thomas, Don .... ,, Thomas, J. XV. .... .,,.,.... . , ,,., 91 158 Thomas. Lydia Anne .,.. 84, 127, 126, 149. 150. 1-8 Thompson. James . Thompson. Darrell .,,, 91 Thompson, Julia ,,,, ,,,,.,, , 2 , 84 Thompson, Sylvia ..,, .....,.,.,, ,.,., , 1 75 Thompson. Tommy ..,,.. 19, 86. 158, 166 Thurman. George ,,,,, . .,,,,,., ,.,,, 8 8, 158 Tidvvell, hfaxine .,,,,,,, .. ,,.. H H 81 Tilley, DeLois H 66, 109, 112, 119. 120. 124. 135, 137, 147. 148. 177 Titsworth. 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