Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1967

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Marg Qkagga Sondra Culverhouse ikggig L, - fow,e,4ffZ' Ip Q fwwftZ'Zd,a, 5555? his tv-vzfd :ig in Aeflf B BD bc LJLJL ' J 'sf is M oiwfseer he is 'xg .X W' 5757! Student Life .... Urganizations Personalities . Senior Editors . U nderclass Editors Administration . . Sports ........ Photographer . . Art ........ Advisor . ...- ..- . . . . .Susan Kidd Claudia Co n . .Janice Webb ....Caroy Lana Ivy . .Bill Humphries Rosemary Newell Nancy Wilson Darrene Goodman Kathy Cludius .Glen Armstrong . .Bob Humphries Wayne lVlershaWn Mr. Bob Johnston 4.1, ' 4 3. me Us mf L vs., 1- 2,,..h tf.l'Z. "HL,-"!,.,:1 4 ' -sq? ,J ri r .f' J-f V ,xy Whg The Oak? In 1913 the first volume of the Review ap- peared, published by the students of Oak Cliff High School. This first book was dedi- cated to lVlr. W. H. Adamson, then principal at Oak Cliff High. ln 1916 volume lll was named the Oak. Why the Oak? We can only surmise. Since Hord,s Ridge had been renamed Oak Cliff and what is now Adamson High School had been intended to serve that area, what more appropriate name could have been selected for the yearbook than the Oak? Also the news- paper, named the Acorn, had its initial print- ing the preceding year and the saying, 'Big Oaks from little Acorns grow' may also have come to mind. And so, just as all the alittle" Acorns re- port current events at Adamson, the ubign Oak pictures the entire year's activities. It has done so for the past 52 years. For over a half century, the Oak has told the story of the people who are Adamson High School. ,lust as the Oak tree is known for its sturdi- ness and durability, Adamson has proved throughout the years that it is a school strong in spirit, character, and scholarship. And even as the branches of an Oak tree stem in many angles, the students that have passed through Adamson have traveled in many di- rections and achieved many things. 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"ij, 'fs'-r Qi' 5, -" 2,5 ediied bg susan Kidd fig' xii and Kaih xx!! - x 9 Cludius EZ 5 h A' aff' as 5 53 me 1 if Q3 kg? Q . '- -JE' F Restful for Others Student Life is Tiring for Some Student Life for many is one of complete exhaustion, pulled muscles, sunrise practices, night play rehearsals, and those Saturday morning work-outs after Friday night football games. But these hours involved in activities are the ones that give spirit to student life and zest to the memories of it. I+'s laughing . . . l+'s crging . . Bui Mosl ol' all I+'s lun! Student Life is . 9 pi rit Our school has a spirit Freed by a rousing cheer A clapping of hands And a wild leap of victory. Spirit is the heart of the school And keeps it very much alive! Victory or defeat, Leopard Spirit ls always loud and proud. Q 1 I9 People . . . special smiles . . . lhe friend who has so muoh lo +ell you . . . chins resled on palms . . . eges lhinking inslead of seeing . . . cluslers in ihe hall . . . Classes . . . becoming acquainled wiih a book . . . seHling down afier vacaiion . . . glimpsing lhe world ihrough ihe prinied page . . quiel sludg 2I Even long hours of studging are interrupted for entertainment. Student Life is also . . . singing. dancing, and showing others a good time. Here is Big A talent at its best with guitar play- ing folk singers still most popu- lar. Mass confusion explodes when Martha Cummings, the leading lady, discovers that John Hayn, who plays a shy Texan, is really a New York playboy. Larry Bellah and Bertie Johnson add much to the hilarious conflict. The Class of '66 Presenls Pillow Talk -wx-4 E' 'ihiii - " ' L L Leopards vie for fhird win! Qiudeni Life is QPORTQMANSHIP O O C - The rewards of VICTORY i WJ Cmnn . .. Dave? The agony of defeat. David Laughlin, Glen Harding, and Robert Loyd honor Coach Batchelor with the Kimball game hall. Other schools display sportsmanship toward "Big A Donnie Young presents Coach Brownlee with the game ball after our 22 to O victory over North Dallas. Crea+ive hands . N M2 gf9,QlzWf5 MJ!! L ea y or not, ere come! searching faces and . . busg fee WAHI All of fhese are a pari of our dailg lives a+ ADAMSON 'Mc W., A I if X 1 3 ft., 5 .! ,I isa Qiudeni Life is Fun As In . . . Fall Frolicsl For one thin dime! i sill. , . L 43 x 'if .f 'H .,,,f,'. . ,, ,. i , A-95.94 film w ' And down he goes 28 ' J 3252 35 Q . :W i , ,. M ,rr -. L 5 What's this new generation coming to? Mx t 3 5.A Mpeg .rp ,X 6,0 .,,. E il, .,.A ry M p -- t D if F aa ? , ff -1wff2f" X it l .,.- l ' I - va. ., - 1 :'f -' ' --w-. 1 WT' ., - Ifl' -V ' wigs A 1 i 1, Ea er Students ia agar- S Q1 s .i . m'1h1 1 . . f t g ,k'- ' an enthusrastlc teacher, perform I ix tw, , . K 3 N -5 ' mv Leo ardettes, and a calm foot Ir -in QQ: t e e.1, J. - W 1 'J P i 'Mi ' wisilk ball team all these thlngs to if fillf-ffl X ' i x ' T E- . f ' l i' 1 0 5164 t-lm 3 2 pg l ai create a pep assembly 'l l-- Q p ,',- ww H ,a sitts' T' i i X i g it a s i t s .l t t ,t s Qi' i . "'- fp N ik: Ti K L, 1 i at Students llsten mte tly w lr of- en ,ouragement Haudvi ctof yi lfiglfilyifllsgurala Nw f M Adamsonites have left the auditorium but the spirit still echoes in its halls. 'E I 966 Homecoming Queen Paisg Rhodes and Rogal Couri n Coronation Junior Princesses LaBei.l1a Byers and Linda Ludden await their entrance onto the field. r jnnjfl . Representing the Sophomore class were pretty Mary Miller and Barbara Reese. is X ll Am. Linda Featherston and Sally Hays proudly and graciously represent the Senior class. Smiling Gail Holden and ,lean Strawn were chosen Freshman Princesses. X.. at 5, Q 1 Y 1, x :W ,32 1 is 5 Y is , N ' sv 'f 5 . F S ai kg 7,5 A Q, ,Q ,. S .. A' ,Q t qt" "' 1 vw LV,Lk J Q s 6 ' 1 . s H yep D R 'Sl .f ...M - ie Q- nf Refleoiing ihe shfains. excifemeni. and viialiig of siudeni life a+ ihe end of a long gear. Mr. and Miss Howdg Sue Herrmann Lennie Milke For the eleventh consecutive year the tud s , s ent council has sponsored "Howdy Week". Th h ' ' l roug out the week, students wear a card wlth a lug friendly HHOWDY' and the studentls name. To climax the week, the friendliest boy and girl are chosen by the students. A Tribute to One Who Is Dedicated to Youth And their Ambiiions Miss Ruth Ruffin has counseled hundreds of Adamsonites in regard to their futures, always keeping the stu- dentls interests and abilities in mind. She is stern, yet understanding, and most of all a friend. Adamson owes much to this dedicated teacher and counselor who has given so much to her school. Organizaiions 5 , A ' I ,Rf 5 '?k,l'g,3!!, f Q 1 ' , Q P Q' Nvk- if , . "7gul'11f' ' ' - f X Ag N' 'yn ' M w h 'ff 57,42 . ' - 'wish' L -"3-ll I ' 1 af' 1 M A A' " T1 2 as gl J v "W A 4' xg-M., 49 L f was A ' 5 1:1-n-main . -ou... 'rl .,vV x 2 V ax, 'XX h w .f, "fx, , ' 1 . - , N :xxx ' ,qYk"'5',:N R' ' X T' . fF.fTI:wNF.f if??.?+X 'Qt 225-4315+ ' , L'-v:"1zf ,f Q-S7T5'ge.. ox 5 ' N: gg ' N'1- -5g.'J - ' X' Ns 5 fl X 'S'-S X R93 i Ediied bg Claudia Goodman mug 1 Student Council Backs Aohvlhes At Adamson Assisted hy Mr. David Forgey, Sponsor, Student Council President Jimmy Newell, Vice-President Jay Graves, Secretary Susan Kidd, Treasurer Jan Furgeson, and Parliamentarian Linda Bliss led the 1967 representatives in hacking many school activities such as Fall Frolics and Homecoming Week as well as being responsible for the printing of the student directory. Each homeroom's representa- tion was douhled this year to insure a more effective council. Q l Iii!! Q42 - HF. . am if U TI I O I' S X s 1? I' 9 S ITI 9 fl - 'El HIE 'Publi HM '?,3iRi!!!lYCSHW fR K ll2U1 I . D I 966-67 HY Cheerleaders , an Furgeson Work for Spirit 1 . ,,6 . ' ' X rr li Debbie Grant Joe Lopez :FY Energy, enthusiasm, and injury were the by-words of this yearls cheerlead- ers, and through victory and defeat they remained loyal to the Leopards. With Miss Helen Swaner as sponsor, the 1966-67 cheerleaders helped give Adamson the spirit needed to stay on top. ge fi! Sharon White George Ellis l .L ,S 23 Q r E L will 3 ., 15 2 JE i is W 'lgai '- s fx f' 'K R. ,Sul .3 , , ,mu ' ff-A1 x- Linda Bliss Mike Teague rag, Q-v Ziffzg .f S. A N '- 'M ' Margie Bailey Addie Beamguard arsha Bills Ann Boyd Judy Breshears Leopardettes Are Two Being in Up every morning at the crack of dawn, the sticky dampness ruining a carefully combed hairdo, strenuous exercises causing a slight limp in a usually normal Walk, lugging an extra set of clothes to school every morning, having three minutes to dress for classes . . . these are a few of the not so pleasant parts of being a Leopard- ' ' BUG. Carol Aguilar Vicky Douglass Claudia Goodman Leader Leader Leader A 42 Sue Herrmann Pat LCST61' Betty Lusk Jan Niederer Debbie Reeder Linda B1-idewe-11 Darrene Goodman Judy Hodges Reeda Johnson Karen Klapmth Find There ' L! Sides Of Drill Team The thrill of performing beneath the glow of stadium lights, the satisfaction of a long week paying off in a job well done, the feeling of really being a part of the school, the fun that comes from being together, and the lasting friendships that are developed from these years in drill team . . . these are the things that make the time and effort spent in being a Leopardette worthwhile. Ronnie Smith Carol Stevenson Janice Webb Ann Aguilar Patty Bachman 43 Lmda Barton Mane Bearden Betty Bmnar LaBetha Byers Diane Hrlterbran Q 'ai I K G C i- 1' Janis Pegram Carolyn Prentice Rosemary Newell Susan Rollins Norma Tussy Connie Way Connie Woody 44 Lucy Long Marella Lotzer Linda Ludden Bryne Lusk Betty Moore X A Y 0 ,, Valerie Seale Carol Smith ' f Carlyn Sosehee Judy Kidd Linda Shaw Linda Featherstone Fancy Crosby Manager Manager 45 is -mga' ,, , W. E. Beckhart, Director s e ,go 2 Nancy Wilson Danny Aguilar John Allen James Aricheta Phillip Brannon Nancy Burgess elll ll, h lle 31 . -H1 iff ,-,'- 2 .1 K ' I-SQ. - We 2- ' , iw. .. W. ifrk I , 'K -ff , M I .. :,..g33:i4- . x Alln r eeel r e f . l or nnnnee Kay Cameron I 967 Leop The Leopard Band, under the di- rection of William E. Beckhart and Larry Vaughn, drum major, y works hard to support the school and community by playing at var- The Band performs al Kathy Cludius Mary Cota Tommy Davis Pam DeBaun Beth Dewease Marc Dewease Pam Eoff Carolyn Harman Linda Harrison Michael Hix Donny Hodges L 5 rd Band ious city functions. The band adds to the enjoyment of football games by joining with the Leopardettes to present entertaining half-time shows. a Y 'f ,525 y ,fm R 11, L- 3322 wg pening of new library. etof ' A. H W, iw 5 MQW! mf r" K all L Larry Vaughn, Drum Major James Hollowell Darrell Kay Laurie Kelley I ul " 'sli L. L , ., K a r: ng! - i V :gl - b ' ' 2. .Q 'ff . I 'Ziff E55-f"l.'f"L 1, ' 1 Q - ,.,,- o t so tttl i if , 2 V a t f - .. U ' ,ta o L V , M -':- 1 ' - f' X N, . f' 5 -ga' r'- titi A P """""" qqh P a .X X, Harold King Reba Lambert Margie McConathy Jeaiaette McDonald t ' 1 A 7 : e 'V ' if tii fe H .2 L ik . K V :,A , 5 T, ,.,. Ir, a y ' -71 ,W ., , iq . - 23? an :ssgli ll, Ml i n ff-Qiff' 'l ,, TEE: --rm.iQl.,,, ' t' 'if ' 'if' .1 ""' . ,,.. P m e 'ei' - -f :- , . ' , 5? Cf-5' if -i2' " - A ' - e ir 'linfwfil f " " ' - ' Joyce Ortiz .lean Raymond Floyd Ridgley Jackie Rowls Sue Sanders .- f ' - 1 Q A , A "'1 gg , 2 ' L ' il - . l 3 i f sg , A o to y L L L f vw- ' - r ' . , N LW w ww: fre L y l,tat L ', ' " N ff: wifi-fa ..., ,fx f . "' ' . ' ay 1 .bf L ,H - - X A . rw, . , ,. gaar , ,,., y r , A? 6, ,, L . ., 5' 'ttf L ., - I " ,...,---" . l. i ,q,.f"":"' . t ef" ,,.--mf .' V u ...fam Carolyn Scheiem Charles Shappard John Silvey Dennis Upton Barbara Williams RiCkSY Wiuiams The National Honor socaeq, cues Excellence .l,:.::':x:::,4 3 '2 it Vs Lf . - A - A Members of the National Honor So- ciety are chosen by the faculty on the f r basis of leadership, scholarship, serv- ,ze -r fr Q :if ' ice, and character. Glen Armstrong Addie Beamguard Marsha Bills Robert Brannon Gary Branum Linda Bridewell Carol Corgill ,cry , li e Q fs A A el XX so Fancy Crosby Pamela Eoff Bill Farmer Arthur Gentry Claudia Goodman M' X Bill Humphries James Hutson Lana Ivy Debbie Kalies David Laughlin 48 l JOHN MARKS TERRY JORDAN VICKY DOUGLASS President V ice-President Secretary Ofiicers Robert Loyd McDonald sri' Bobby Maultsby Linda Maxwell Carol Nash Steve Nielson Margie Nix Q I I Anthony Picchioni V Sue Sanders Janice , Nelda White 'F-'A X Sara Williams Sh21'0I1 Wi11iH1T1S Nancy Wilson Jeanette Zimmerman Preston Zimmerman 49 'fl ! 5 tx N A Elyse ' '36 J 1 e 1: Keg Club Serves Adamson The Key Club is an honorary organization of boys school. Sophomore members not pictured are: Jack selected on the basis of their leadership and service FfamPf0H, Bobby LOPEZ, David Strawn, Steve Ricks, to Adamson. Every year the Key Club, sponsored by and Kenneth Woodard. Mr. Gary Marrs, donates a worthwhile project to the lyll l ' I i ,L ff 1 E fm-r if fri - ra! yo .. W A 15,1 K' . .. ,. X X 7' Q . f - It , l' .E-'Y f- L . ' ' Qi A I im ' oss Bill Farmer Bill Meyer Cameron Jim Clary George Ellis Pr si - Vice-President Secretary ,. .oy ,fu -in ff! ' Eddie French Jay GIHVCS Glenn Harding Glen Hensley Robbie Kelley Dalfid Laughlin ' ' Q rrfs fs 1 fan' Q Y' ,N . , 'W W K iw 4:5 'llly S ' f f J oe Lopez Robert Loyd Sandy Mans Steve Puckett fwm X flwvk f as my Y...-7' W r ' W - .::- -ref' its on 'ci Bobby Rowland Chuck Stevenson .lf1I1'l6S Gil Woelicke Donnie Young Bobble Beltran Marshall Cothran K . OC R0bCl'l K-mg Charles McDowell Steve Sharrock R1Ch2ICl SIIYCICY Tfoul Eddle Vaughn 50 Raw 1: Albina Moreno, Lynne Mclntosh, Nora Castillo, Pasty Rhodes, Suzi Tallent, Lana Ivy, Delores Saldana, Joyce Rogers, Margie Nix, Anita Cox, Annette Cox, Gracie Anderson, Pat Morris, and Christine Frayre. Row 2: Maria Hernandez, Jeanette McDonald, Shirley Willis, Nan Surratt, Carolyn Reynolds, Sally Hays, Karen Klapproth, Sue Sanders, Marilyn Nix, Evangeline Yrigollen, Olivia Davila, and Karen Hobson. Row 3: Irene Miller, Susan Baker, Pam DeBaun, Barbara Cuidi, Carol Jansen, Crystal McMahon, Kathy Webster, Patricia Mapel, Donna Daughdrill, Diana Cavozos, Judy Hatfield, and Kathy Hobson. Row 4: Patty Abshire, Pat Lester, Dorothy Gould, Wanda Byrarn, Laquetta Bridgers, Nancy Bundick, Linda Featherston, Barbara Timby, Sandy Jansen, Ida Know, Elaine Shaffer, Liz Borden, and Pat Drischel. Friends, Experiences. Opportunities. Rewards of Being a Y-Teen Y-Teens at Adamson are sponsored by Mrs. Joyce Henry. Y-Teens is a world- wide fellowship ,of women and girls of every race, creed, nationality, and occupa- tion in Y W C A's 71 countries. 9. odd' I President: Jan Furgeson V ice-President: Sally Hays Secretary: Patsy Rhodes Treasurer: Sharon White Publicity Chairman: Linda Featherston Social Chairman: Barbara Guidi Devotional Chairman-Nancy Bundick it Q, R3 El Q l 'P Q 11 gf A ll its if il ws r Quill and Scroll Honors Journalists Quill and Scroll, the International Honorary Society for High School Journalists, encourages and rewards outstanding service to school publications. For admission students must have superior work in some phase of journalistic or creative effort and a high scholastic average. 'QIX' Yvonne Gibbons Claudia Goodman Darrene Goodman flNlEPNATlONAL' 'iff FJ all 1 f H ll M7241 Rosemary Newell Debbie Reeder Patsy Rhodes by sst i gt W gggg W , D 1, , ...tf D x ., A xx C 1 x, in Micki Gunderson i Sally Hays s, , I i ff. 'fag Bill Iiumpries I Hn., W 52 ii Bob Humphries Carolyn Sosebee Cynthia Stevens Janice Webb Nancy Wilson Gary Wilson Dickie Rice Kathy Scheiern Valerie Scale Mary Skaggs . 5 , Culverhouse Pat Dial Pam Eoff J an Furgeson Cathy Ward Susan Kidd Marella Lotzer Fredna Murry W fe 46 S ,, Q- vt sfsc ,lil 1 ccrs A Lin 3 ..,, 'st si 'N Glen Armstrong Margie Bailey Marsha Bills Betty Bronar Gerald Brooks Debbie Kalies Ria A 6 if ,- we v , . NY: . Fifi Z 1.5' 1i.'.,,,, .ra 4152, V . :fm-, in v' vc' -P .' ' , si-:ea-if A x iiikg 'Y-E N c 9.451532 is f First Row: Carol Nash, Cindy Stevens Marsha Bills George Ellis, Vicky Douglas Susan Kidd, Linda Bliss. Second Row Linda Ludden, Mary Sailors, Micki Gunderson, Donna Jackson. Third Row: Linda Featherstone. National Thespians Enjog Acting President, Linda Blissg Vice-President, Vicky Douglasg Secretary, Cindy Stevensg Program Chairman, Linda Featherston National Thespians, a club for stu- dents who enjoy drama, perform plays for their own and the school's enter- tainment, and also enter the district One-Act Play contest each year. Candi- dates give three minute dialogues which are judged by senior Thespians for membership in the club. 4 new 'Wa NW Marsha Bills, editor-in-chief, selects pictures in addition to supervising the work of all staff members. Typing copy is part of the job of Lana Ivy, Carolyn Boswell, and Bill Humphries. Photographer Bob Humphries pre- pares to snap one of the many pictures he takes for the annual. Kathy Cludius looks on as staff artist Wayne Mer- shawn finishes a drawing. Nav Advertising managers Mary Skaggs and Sondra Culverhouse draw up some ad pages. Nancy Wilson, copy editor, files away some finished pages that she has proof- read. Susan Kidd, along with Rosemary Newell, crops a pic- ture to be used in the Oak. Oak Staff Works To Meet Deadlines Under the direction of Mr. Robert Johnston, sponsor, the 1967 Oak staff worked long hours, planning pages, taking pictures, preparing layouts, writing copy, proofreading, and indexing to pre- pare a record of this year in pictures. ,--.nigh Q r , Q ."G ,W Sample year- books give J an- ice Webb and G1 e n Arm- strong s o m e ideas for pages to be drawn up. dh ,Sm - -f,f 1 f..-m fe T ' ' V Finished pages are taken to the publisher by Claudia Goodman and Darrene Good- man. Under the supervision of lVlr. Brownlee, the OAK business staff handles all money connected with the sale and production of the yearbook, and handles distribution in the spring. s if- : if T Q Bobby Maultsby, Sally Hayes, and Sara. Williams check files while awaiting orders. Anthony Picchioni, .lan Furgeson, and David Laughlin happily collect money from OAK orders. OAK Business Staff Works Hard Mr. George Brownlee, OAK Business Manager 56 Oak representatives collect money for OAK orders in their respective homerooms. tgp nnehy e , Janice Webb, editor of the Acorn, assigns stories, reads copy, makes page layouts, proof- reads, and writes her own column in addition to overseeing the production of the entire paper. the paper. Reporting for the Acorn is done by the Journalism class. lts members Write the stories and read the Copy which is then sent to the printer. Next, printed galleys are returned to be proofread and pasted onto the layout pages, then returned again to the printer to produce the final edition of the Acorn. Sharon White, S al e s Manager, is in charge of publicity for the paper and oversees payments of advertisements in the paper as well as sales of . tn, 4 J This year's Acorn staff includes: Pam Eoff, News Editorg Gary Wilson Sports Editorg Darrene Goodman, Assistant Editorg Janice Webb, Editorg Debbie Kalies, Feature Editorg and Claudia Goodman, Editorial Editor Students Practice Journalism As Theg Produce the Acorn L l l s X: " fjfli i :,: S ii ,. L Mike Teague Joe Lopez President Vice-President ,I an Marshall ' Fredna N iederer Cothran Murray ai. Carol Aquilar Secretary -47' Pat Dial Treasurer 7 ,.: f Fx Karen Linda Shirley Owen Maxwell Willis L41 Gabby Carol Carolyn Larry Clyde Rasor Smith Sosebee Samford Brown -R I - Jyr aj rry I Charlotte Barbara A ,A Alan Alivangeline Cooper Buttleman Crosby Roth Yrigollen i l e r ffl K ' e e i e Barbara Ann Chuck Debbie Larry Nystom Boyd Stevenson Grant Pollock Judy Kidd 45 , y1.w. K Bill Zimmerman Sonny Burrell 'gf f I L. Sam Garcia Bobbie Robinson gl Linda Ludden Laurie Kelly 1967 Chorus Grows In Quantity and Qualiig Adamson is especially proud of this year's chorus and congratu- lates them on their many fine performances. They have grown not only in size but in quality under Mr. Joe Teague, choir director. 'gi 'ii ' Jean Raymond -rv ' 'X , s' Ronnie Brents . .aw ri 'W' -' T yn ., x af' J yyir A George Settles fs :- "" W .ff Mir C 5 V L AL Carole Mary Nash Skaggs 4 V liili,' fi , if '1r, Ll Marianna Greene , xx JV? S ,.., A A Billy Morgan y A Barbara Timby :- ', T Q ef El Jan Dollar Linda Carlene Jimmy 500112 Carden Chance ve 5, . 4 X , X.. MM' - x.. X Mr. Joe Teague Director Annette Stephens fi Judy Furgeson Pat Drichel Johnnie Pierce sf 'iii 1 ',..-. L44 Jannette Stephens af-64' ff I 'H' il' A Rudy Fernandez f , ,ln tl ty .yyy, J Randy Beavers 'l . ' -R za of QW' J ,,f , . , .,,,reL,i. yiy Randy Nusbaum Mike McLaughlin Jim Hollowell 4lI"P ,V Marella Lotzer Connie Way f ' 418 ' 'V' V 4 f 1 J' Nz Y - -. ,V 5,31- 'qw Kathy Phil Jordan Brannon t 1 l e P Jeanette Donna Nelson Hazlett 2 ee as tiy ,., I All we A l 1 Cindy JoAnn Abshire Alsip j . ., X sv ,,A, 4- Calvin Inez Skinner Tanda .lerry Beaird . A I Connie iiini Monrouzeau an imigiwfg k Z. , ii f' .D Steve Glenn Robert Gatewood - . f- nf V YT .n' ws is K. Olivia Davila , Walter Blaisdell iff Nan Gary Sarratt Andrews . A 'fav " . ,P Pat Becky Burrows Foreman 4-I James Wallis Nancy Morrisn L 14 GirI's Chorus I1 11. 2 AQ up Margorie McConathy Sue Huffaker 60 !'fx'v" Sw, Row 1: Sharon Cragg, Martha Hinojosa, Ann Merrill, Row 2: Rex Hiatt, Gary Croce, David Clary, Kenneth Bourell, Row 3: Tom Davis, Mike Carpenter, Steve Niel- son, Row 4: Jim Hollowell, Darrell Kay, Ed Firor Latin, French Clubs Qtudg People and Languages Members of the Latin Club help to promote an interest in Latin by study- ing about the background of the language. The club is sponsored by Miss Myrna Copeland. EQ ,Qtr E X 4 rid .. illl GU ill gl 3332- li? liiii T V ' R 'IN sr its an at Sa "az: fr-ff his Officers: Bobby Maultsby, Steve Niel- son, Kathy Zimmerman Row 1: Mariana Greene Mary Sailers, Kathy Zimmerman Cindy Abshire Row 2: Jerry Turner Jim Newell Steve Nielson Bobby Maultsby Nelda Howrey Officers: Ed Firor, .lim Hollowell, Ann Merrill, Darrell Kay Cary Croce i By studying the traditions and culture of the country of France, Entre Nous, the French Club, attempts to learn more about the French people and their way of life. The club is sponsored by Mrs. Rebecca Burrow. , Jr" NN - 4. Q, r' I. f .,.f,Q,, 1 t B A t r My a C f I ,et . ,Q Qt. , K ef 1 1 I 'KI ' yg ' 'A ip A A 1 if 5 1 , 'V 'Uv -ui, TNS A A ...l LVVLK . I ,e - A , .mt 4 t Qvlg J 0 p pyepp p ' y 1 , Q I V V or I I A ft L' Q I iii X 11- Wk Y . A www c fillillv -15 'T-U31 I s j 1 'A X , , ' rx pl Agn.. 1 K 'L K H X, nn fu- , , ..,..t . A 3 , W, ,. .. . W, 7 y W' jr in t S ,atv ll v X Q f , .. Q.. ,, ,, ,,,, v t e il K ' me N its if' ", " ---""' 't Q t a -1'a fe. , Q A ' Y At" 'rr' A 1 'if 4 rleel f -1: 4 .3 , ' , -7 - 1 1 1117 "Q: if affzsfy, Q' f , li? ,," E., , 1" . HV'-fiffi?I5i l 1f'r , ' W' " Patty Ahshire Danny Aguilar Nancy Anderson Jerry Bates Jana Blevins Robyn Bryant Diane Cavazos Kathy Clark Dorenda Cowley Larry Craft Debbie Couch .l oe Crews Theresa Davis Pam Eoff J anis Fallis Becky Foeman .luan Garcia Judy Goss Eladio Gutierrez Sarah Hargis Ernest Hernandez Culture of Spanish Speaking Regions Is Topic of Pan-Am .ludy Huddleston Ann Keeter Veronica McDonald Carlene Pearson Ermilio Ramirez Eddie Milkie Billy Morgan Margie Nix Rose Navarro Karen Owen Howard Parker Steve Papania Martha Parker Larry Pollock Steve Puckett Karen Roach Steve Ricks Gail Rogers Anita Rojo Darlene Schoener Calvin Skinner Ann Stephens Jan Stephens J oe Swan Adelina Travison Connie Trevino Eddie Vaughn Sa V . - . ' x V Sara ' illiams Donna Woody Pan-Am students learn more about the habits dress, culture, and customs of Spanish speaklng countries. Sponsor for the organization is Mrs. Alda Morales. V . 41: ,,i k Officers of the club are: ' 5 -... , .e,,, 1 Rudy Hernandez Janice .Webb Q rf' " A A Larry Pollock Sara Williams . A Ann Stephens .lan Stephens ' 5 Pam Eoff 'K--W.. 'M--Y ua.. mm Howard A. Allen Chapter of FTA Helps Prospective Teachers l First Row: Billie Goode, Debbie Grant, Irene Miller, Dorothy Gould, Carol Smith, Carolyn Soshee, Annette Cox, Anita Cox, Evange- line Yrigollen. Second Row: Sue Sanders, Bobby Maultsby, Martha Wiley, Diane Hilterbrand, Barbara Nystrum, Sara Williams, , Nancy Wilson, Kay Patton, Margie Nix. Third Row: Cindy Abshire, Jim Bratton, Joe Swan, Bill Farmer, Barbara Timby, Linda Maxwell, Charlott Cooper, Judy Goss, Theresa Davis, Fancy Crosby. Fourth Row: Gill Woehleke, Larry Coker, Parker Howard, Rodney James, Dickey Rice, Gary Wilson, Arthur Gentry, Randy Pullen. The Future Teachers of America is an organization of students, who are interested in the teaching profession. FTA better informs them about this career. FTA is sponsored by Mrs. Janet Jester. FTA officers are: left to right, Bobby Maultsby-Social Chairman, Linda Maxwell-Presidentg Charlotte Cooper -Secretary, Sara Williams-Vice-pres identg Carol Smith-Publicity Chair- man. 63 Row 1: Michael Dickson, Randy Everroad, Pat Dial, Bill Blanton, Ricky Daniels, Larry Coker, Rodney James, and Eugene Roberts. Row 2: Kay Cameron, Betty Lusk, Jeanette Nelson, Irene Miller, Marie Bcarden, Susan Baker, Tad Dowdy, Fancy Crosby, Dorothy Gould, and Sandra Pillow. Row 3: Mike Teague, Steve Puckett, Sonny Burrell, Randy Pullen, George Ellis, Leonard Trout, Robert Paulk, Steve Glenn, Judy Goss, Rosie Espinoza, Bobbie Maultsby, and Vicky Douglass, Row 4: Dickie Rice, Jim Newell, Charles McDowell, Jim Clary, Joe Swan, Larry Boren, Lester Vokeland, Ponci Munoz, Judy Hatfield, Mary Harris, Martha Newman, Susan Willis, and Hope Espinoza. Row 5: Pat Morris, Wayne Sailors, Pam Debaun, Sue Hermann, and Kathy Cludius. Junior Red Cross Serves Others The Junior Red Cross is a service organization. Some of the service projects of this club are to make Christmas stockings and Easter baskets for underprivileged children. The Junior Red Cross of Adamson is sponsored by Miss Leola Ramsey. ' I E .1 Q- . . L, 1, :.V, ,V ..,.. 3 . , . x 5 . i 1 President: Judy Goss S r r il C Vice-Presidentg Hopie Espinoza Secretary: Ponci Munoz il! Treasurer: Pat Morris . free I .,,- -,nv rf wwf- my "4 77f'fE if V ...al g35iQg,-l,,2E.4 .- :ga J, .A 64 , ff J W5 V iff-flfiW"' wi M it it ' 7 W' Allied Youth Expands ,M 'tl is Not only did Allied Youth expand in membership but in activities. Although its main purpose is to inform young people about the truths concerning alcohol, this year's club held interesting programs on LSD and other problem-s of national im- portance. Several Adamson students at- tended the Allied Youth Convention with Mr. Dudley, who is sponsor of the club. Vice-President: Lenny Milke MEMBERSHIP President: Linda Bliss Vice-President: Bill Humphries PUBLICIT Y Vice-President: Joe Lopez The Junior Citizens Traffic Com- mission promotes safety among stu- dents at Adamson. Projects and pro- grams sponsored by the J CTC make all those who participate mindful of the importance of safety habits and of their application in everyday life. The Junior Citizens Traffic Commis- sion also participates in the Juvenile Traffic Court by serving as jurors. Miss Jane Blackwell sponsors JCTC. OFFICERSA Gary Wesson, Sondra Culverhouse Jane Sosebee, Mary Skaggs JCTC Develops Qafetg Habits ef' K Row 1: Albina Moreno, Maria Hernandez, Billie Goode, Mary Skaggs, Patsye Rhodes, Debbie Grant, Gail Holden, Becky Harnden, Jackie Roberts Row 2: Frances Swartz, Robyn Bryant, Brenda Snyder, Anita Usry, Sondra Culverbouse, Jane Sosebee, Linda Bride- well, Connie Way, Carloyn Sosebee, Lorrene Foreman Row 3: Chuck Stevenson Joe Swan, Dickie Rice, Mike Dixon, Rancy Pullen, Randy Everroad, David Clary Row 4: Glen Robinson, Parker Howard, John Culp, Dennis Ward, Jim Bratton, Gill Woeleke, Garry Wesson, Glen Armstrong 66 J , Future NursesiPromo+es Medical Careers .3155 Row 1: Judy Gammons, Mary Sailors, Sondra Hash, Olivia Devilla, Carol Nash, Bemice Bickerstaff, Gracie Anderson Row 2: Karen Hob son, Veronica McDonald, Nellie Dunn, Kathy Webster, Patricia Walker, George Ann Hudson, Sandra Lemmon Row 3: Debbie Grant, Don na Hazlett, Martha Wiley, Nancy Bundick, Pam DeBaun, Linda Bridewell, Sharon Skall, Marilyn Nix, Christa1McMahon OFFICERS: Martha Wiley, Secretary, Marilyn Nix, Treasurerg Mary Sailors, Chaplain: Carol Nash, Parliamentariang Patricia Walker, Vice-President Future Nurses is for the advance- ment of all girls who plan going into the field of nursing or other connected services At many of their meetings they have interesting speakers from the medical field. Mrs. Fay Ingram, school nurse, serves as their sponsor. Librarg Service Club Keeps Order In Librarg i Row 1: Nellie Dunn, Kathy Webster, Charlotte Cooper, Jackie Roberts, Marilyn Nix, Gabrielle Rasor. Row 2: Christine Couch, Patsy Abshire, Mary Rader, Brenda Reynolds, Nelda Rogers Kathy Thompson, Barbara Musick. Row 3: Robert Paulk, James Hutson, James Gaston, Charles Harper, Colleen Foley, Debbie Hume, Anita Usry, Sandra Pillow. Left to Right: President: Mary Rader Vice-President: James Gaston, Secre- tary: Debbie Hume. Student Assistants Aid Facultg 68 Alpha Rho Tau Siimulates Interest In Ari Among Adamson's Students Left to Right: President: Sergio Perez Reporter: Sue Herrmann Vice-President: James Hutson Secretary: Elizabeth Barton Chairman: Eugene Roberts il 1 xbh F Row 1: Sue Herrmann, Elizabeth Barton, Cathy Hobbson, Stella Sanchez, Jackie Roberts, Sylvia Adams, Mary McDonald, Rebecca Ewing. Row 2: Eugene Roberts, Jose Vargas, Jerry Turner, Curtis Fullen, Carl Osage, Carlton Evans, Sergio Perez. Row 3: James Hutson, Bill Blanton, Sonny Burrell, Lester Volkland, Larry Butler, Jack Baird, Billy Clark. 69 Q. X, K , Roy Mecke, Robert Ginn, Billy Pillow, James Archeta, Harold King, Gary McFaddin Stage Crew Performs Backstage While Projeciionisis View Films Adamson Assemblies would not be complete without the aid of the stage crew, which prepares the stage and stage props for all assemblies. Along with the projectionists, they devote their, study halls, and extra time to serving their school. Steve Brown, Ken Foreman, Cecil Rhodes, Don Christopher, Lester Volkland, Danny Stansell Eugene Roberts., l Row 1: Patricia Abshire, Christine Couch, Judy Huddleston, Robyn Bryant, Patricia Drischel, Cidny Abshire Row 2: Sonny Burrell, Joe Swan, Jimmy Clary, Reggie Oakley, Charles McDowell, Jimmy Newell Row 3: Pat Dial, Parker Howard, Rodney James, Wayne Sailor, Leonard Trout, Terry Lemieux Row 4: Randy Pullen, Steve Puckett, Gary Wesson, Dicky Rece, Pohert Pau1k,'Steve Glenn Phi Beta Chi Probes Scientific Realms Phi Beta Chi is a club for students interested in science. Educational field trips are a part of this club's activities. Mr. Declan Hoffmann sponsors the club assisted by Mr. Larry Vermillion. QFFICERS: Charles McDowell, Jimmy Clary, Pat Abshire, Jimmy Newell, Joe wan 7I Disiribuiive Educaiion Row 1: Ponciana Munoz, Judy Fogle, Suzann Etheredge, Lillie Horton, Ouida Lewis, Beth Nall, Sylvia Alvarez, Linda Bickerstaff Row 2: Evelia Lozano, Linda Squier, Lucy Polanco, Donna Simmons, Barbara Wilson, Vicki Mackey, Pat Diaz, Miss Page, Sponsor Row 3: John Dixon, Randy Rogers, Johnny Williams, Shelly Judkins, Sherry Cragg, Richard Foster, Terry Jordan, Donna Daughdrill, Steve Hanson, Row 4: David Pierce, Stephen Thomas, Christopher Esch, Johnny Dor- man, Luis Rojo, Tommy Dean, Larry Dailev, Cecil Rhodes Indusirial Co-operaiive Training 0:0111 ,fmnl' Smash qui, i 'xgl 151 ww, Row 1: Margarett Ashill, Richard Howard, Paul Goodrich, Paula Guttery, Shirley Lucas, Jean Phillips, Diane Nunn Row 2: Jonaten Arostequi, Lewis Elam, Connie Donaldson, Sherry Williams, Linda Coker, James King, Mary Newman Row 3: George Jarnagin, Kenneth McCuthcheon, Floyd Starnes, Ricky Wyant, James Hume, Mark Pinclair, Eddie Cole Chess Club Teaches Game of Skill The officers are: President-Anthony Picchioni ?jSg312i5fi3Sgg'SEf2E King chess. Members try to improve their skill hy Secretary-Kathy Cludius participating in school tournaments, as well as in city-wide contests. The Chess club is spon- sored by Mr. Dale Dudley, and Mr. Larry Vermillion. The Chess club meets every morning. Mem- hers teach those who want to leam, how to play ""'Y' Row 1' Mr Vennillion Kathy Cludius Pam Eoff Carol n Harman K th H h . . , , , y , a y o sou, Carol Nash, Carol Boswell, Jean Phillips, Mr. Dudley. Row 2: Barbara Nystrom, Dan Aguilar, Kevin Clark, Larry Vaughn, Reggie Oakley, Jerry Turner, John Taylor, Sara Williams. Row 3: Tom Lemieux, David Quantana, Charles Barnes, Wayne Sailor, Steve King, Gary Croce, Mike Foley, Anthony Picchioni. Row'4: Eugene Yen, James Hutson, Ronnie Carl, Sergio Perez, Gary Sellers, Larry Coker, Bill Wilson, Steve King, Leon Hemandez, Gary Mac- fadden. 73 Firsi Baiialion Qnd ROTC Regimeni Col. A. L. Fulton, Commandant , "MOBLEY'S MARAUDERS' Sgt.,Mobley, Lt. Colonel Ken Foreman, Major Ronny Sowell, Major Lester Volkland if r U BaHaIion Staff Battalion Commander Lt. Col, Ken Foreman Sponsor Hon. Lt. Col. Billie Goode Battalion Exec. Officer W Major Ronny Sowell Battalion S-I W Major Eugene Roberts Battalion S-2 Major Larry Craft Battalion S-3 Major Dan Stansell Battalion S4 Major Lester Volkland Color Guard Guard Frank Morgan National Colors Rick Hardwick School Colors Don Wooten Guard Mike Hogan lnsiruciors Staff Battalion Commander Lt. Col. Ken Foreman Sponsor Hon. Major Nelda Howery Battalion Exec. Officer Major Ronny Sowell Battalion S-1 Major Eugene Roberts Battalion S-2 Major Larry Craft Battalion S-3 Captain Don Christopher Battalion S-4 Major Lester Volkland 75 The 'Cavaliers' Row I: Lt. Colonel Ken Foreman, Captain Larry Coker, Honorary Lt. Colonel Patsy Rhodes, Major Ronny Sowell. Row 2: Major Eugene Roberts, Rick Hardwick, Jimmy Janes, Johnny Grizzle, Rex Hiatt, Jerry Conine, Roy Reynolds, Charles Conine. Row 3: Captain Don Cristopher, Mike Carr, Mike Frazier, Tommy Reynolds, Don Collins. Row 4: Major Lester Volkland, Steve Brown, Frank Morgan, Larry Craft, Hector Aleman, Ken Bourell. . , v X! Drill Team Commander Captain Larry Coker, Hon. Lt. Col. Patsy Rhodes, Drill Team Exec. Officer Major Ronny Sowell. Rifle Team Mike Hogan, Don Wooten, Honorary Captain Jan Dollar, Rick Hardwick. 76 Rifle Team Commander 2nd Lt. Rick Hardwick, Hon. Captain Jan Dollar. lst Lt. Larry Vaughan, Sponsor: Nancy Burgess. Captain Larry Coker, Hon. Capt. Sherry Clark. ROTC Band Row 1: Larry Vaughan, Darrell Kay, Thomas Davis, Jackie Rawls, John Allen, Marc Dewease, Nancy Burgess. Row 2: Rickey Williams, Danny Aguilar, Donnie Hodges, Floyd Ridgley, Dennis Upton, Harold King. Row 3: Paul Goodrich, Phillip Brannon, James Hollowell, Charles Shappard, James Aricheta, John Silvey. H ACompang 'A' 7 V ' "- 71 ,s Row 1: PFC Rex Hiatt, Lt. Colonel Ken Foreman, Major Dan Stansell, Captain Larry Coker, Honorary Captain Sherry Clark, Major Eugene Roberts, Lt. Marvin McDonald. Row 2: Donald Wooten, Robert Gatewood, Terry Clark, Micheal Gates, Erminlo Ramirez, Wayne Wilson, Jerold Garner, Charles McClure. Row 3: Larry Ivey, Lionel Smith, Johnny Grizzle, George Nelson, Manuel Sanchez, Henry Massey, Steve Brown, .lohn Kemble. Row 4: Warner Deford, Morris Lee, Howard Garcia, Robert Burgess, Durward Dixon, Evert Bright, Carey Bell, Edward Gonzales. 77 Compang 'B' Row 1: Donald Collins, Mike Carr, Rick Hardwick, Jesse Padilla, Ronald Sowell, Frank Morgan, Charles Conine, Roy Reynolds, Brenda Clark. Row 2: Wallace, Jimmy Bickerstaff, Jose Vargas, Roger Jenkens, Stanley Davis, James Haskins, Mike Southland, Roy Mecrie. Row 3: James Hinajosa, Tom Reynolds, Mike Daniels, Boyd McClure, Robert Shaw, Kevin Clark, Paul Sanders, Jimmy Janes. Row 4: Gerald Lotzer, Jack Glenn, Gerald Walker, Nicky Nix, Ernest Fredrickson, Tom Davis, Jackie Maddison, Oscar Campos. Row 5: Dale Martin, Tommy Burgess, Jimmy Yen, Esteban Soto, Ray Landrum, Don Wilson. J Compang 'C' J f W Captain Charles Conine, Honorary Cap tain Brenda Clark. Row 1: PFC Mike Frazier, Lt. Thomas Clark, Lt. Greg Haake, Honorary Captain Debby White, Captain Don Christopher, Major Lester Volkland, Major Larry Craft. Row 2: Mike Hogan, John Morgan, Eusebio Medina, Robert Ginn. Row 3: Ronnie Brents, Tommy Byrd, Bill Massey, Lannie Cantrell, Jerry Conine, John Haley, Larry Carrol. Row 4: Daniel Brents, Julius Chutz, Lynn W7illiams, Ralph Salazar, Terry Ashely, Ken Bourell. 8 Debbie White. r .X R.O.T.C. is a program designed to teach young men the vibrancy of honor, and the power of respect. Uniforms and equipment for the high school corps is furnished by the U. S. Army. In R.O.T.C. young men are trained and prepared for entrance into a branch of the military or some form of disciplinary business. g QW! 'K wh? My ' WWW! YfyQ ' SL WwSp0f+S J2ff.fQ w ,wwf N Wg? J 7 j XV I h 'f wif M ,, KMJ QQ M' 'Wf QV f7fw'f 7 H '- af WNHWV' A 119 W N5 Q M' Wf fff , ,M wig ,wwwWaWfmmWVb J . W -4- of 6 , Q w1 w -'XV -F M ' I, Lv A. I ,K - . ,SK ,A T W WQ45rj3fQf,5yQj,+Wy.'D Q, W Q WN NWQCQQ Q' fi Wg, wg A Q"'5 w Qfofy M 1351952 ff ,fgwgflggf ' W W wwvxfj Q9 - .Q 'J - 'W "-,, f- x' 5 ' i , ' A V' figgxg fQf? fW A :lf fsfzfftf 4 -N ,qA""Q?,38M',B . 'JVfMyIM"Y7 vw i l m4Qiwt,5,'15jj-gjggtig. , .N - , W '':i2Q+7"LT' -7-"W TLEQW QQHWVTMW K! f 1, awww? N gf? .. Nvjb Yedne 3512, N QW wwf' l + 4 51 5 wWwwQMwL LBA, 80 f '."3"31'Z'fs,'f-j 'Q' 'J-Q. M .,'..'w.x " 1 . 5 ., if I S .lm , K .1 if JIMMY ROSS, SR. 2 yr. Letterman A V A ' S S 1 , JIM BRATTON, SR. MIKE DILLON, SR.. 1 yr. Letterman 1 yr. Lettemman JIMMY CAMERON, SR. 1 yr. Letterman GERALD BROOKS, SR. 2 yr. Lettermon Kelly struggles to break tackle in Kimball game. ,BOBBY ROWLAND, CHARLES MURPHY, SR 1 yr. Letterman 1 yr. Letterman A is K Vw ., " T-2 T? 'VI qv. ggi?-s EJ JAMES WILLIAMS, SR. 1 yr. Letterman J :iq x Q' x 46 2 , wx , ,iv 5 Rf ,A-ia .' , , j ' x .3 A ' J' H i1f '1"" " V w1,f ,gp . ,, ,k., ,f A , M- V 7 ,- I 5 . , W V az in F ww M. , L4 J L fi 'ww K S:k."a4. mf my--X , ' .rgyfy ,-,' 5 STEVE RICKS, SOPH. ga! Le, ,QQ .. ,T .. J? .A HQ' 1 kat- ,f X J - "Nj .- 1- ' gain :it-.g - ' H, 1.-.V M . , S ,JW Q ,w v 'Q .X 1 f 1 fl' " QP., , li - , in ' 3 .. Ik Q i . W 4 we ff v 5 K LJ rf w , ff ' ,V . 'L , A L Jrfni, - :J -L LL , I 1 yr. Letterman JOHNNY RUIZ, SR. RANDY LESLIE, SR. gmmi ' ky WESLEY EDWARDS, JR. - JERRY POSTON, SR. J ,jrga L' 'lkaftlf iii .Q 6 K L 5-JJ , ' , -r 1, f O s-. 'vig . . if-if: ' A , its 559 Sgfii' 3-5,-.f :S W3 I ,. .. -igwf fx Mt , ,W '- -' 1 :at-gs A- 1- -f X, ,, y 'ff 'Q :rr A 10 n- U' v x Q- r 1. 3 vw , M 4 4 K 1 M ' . 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' ' if ' -'.:'fxfis'Y'g1: V if? kgfixkfrff 'whats EW i bn J 1, A ,wi , U - ' 1 - f-fs -if 5 i "5 2 , "' iiffzgfg-SFQ p - f 5 if H 1 31' if , 3 i 1 Q X v x J Q A : my E 5 Ei V EDDIE FIROR ALTON CULVERHOUSE Managers 88 , . .-v . , , , 'iff : K' , ogg wfyzi X3 CALVIN SKINNER Junior RUDY FERNANDEZ Junior JOHN THOMA BOBBY BELTRAN Junior Junior . W f s , 'Motif , -1. 'ML ,--,V -f . in 1 ,. kr I iff D in .Maq , ' 4 - ii - . A cy' , - ' '7 V7 V' '4zif3f,."w.w-fizfg' A LEOPARD struggles to keep his balance in KIMBALL game. gs ' Nvhso ef Crews drags two KNIGHTS with him. WOODROW stops Rowland. V, 4 .F KX-. ,S .1 I Q., X 1 fi Front Row: Steve Bailey, Johnny Ruiz, Robbie Kelly, Glenn Harding, Bobby Rowland, Gerald Brooks, David Laughin, Randy Leslie, Gil Woehleke, Robert Kelly, Charles Murphy, Second Row: Bill Farmer, Jerry Poston, John Thoma, Eladio Cutierez, Calvin Skinner, Bobby Beltran, Jimmy Ross, Jimmy Cameron, James Williams, Donnie Young, Bill Morgan, Glen Hensley. Third Row:, Ed Feror fmgrj, Bill Meyer, Mike Dillion, Don Morgan, Steve Ricks, Joe Crews, Robert Loyd, .lim Bratton Wesley Edwards, David Strawn, Sandy Maris, Rudy Fernandez. I 966 Leopard Football 82 ,il M90 Ross fights for extra yardage. , NV, I .,., U,QxiT,, K A GLENN HARDING, SR. DAVID LAUGHIN, SR 2 yr. Letterman 3 yr. Letterman Captain Captain 1 BILL MEYER, SR. ROBERT I-OYD, SR- 2 yr. Letterman 3 YI- LCUCTHIHII yr. etterman f BILL FARMER, SR. 1 yr. Letterman Scores ADAMSON O LONGVIEW . 27 ADAMSON 13 SPRUCE 7 ADAMSON 7 W. T. WHITE 8 ADAMSON 0 E. HILLS 20 ADAMSON 13 DENTON .. 6 ADAMSON 28 KIMBALL .. I4 ADAMSON 21 SOC ....... 23 ADAMSON 22 N. DALLAS . 0 ADAMSON.. 0 W. WILSON . 35 ADAMSON 12 SUNSET 7 YOUNG SR L 'C T5 GLENN HENSLEY, SR. ROBBIE KELLY, SR. GILL WOEHLEKE, SR 1 YF- LCUCFIUHII 1 yr. Letterman 1 yr. Letterman "B" Teams First Row: Gary Wesson, Tom Pollard, Jack Frampton, Billy Cantrell, Clifford Baker. Second Row: Coach Brashear, .lohn Henderson, Earnest Hernandez, Van Marble, Zack Berry, Terry Rivers, Richard Miller, Mgr. Not pictured: 'Phil Flatt, Rick Kimbrough. .zsfff First Row: Leonard Bennett, Mgr., Dan Cade, Mike Woods, David Little, Richard Bennett, Jerry Conine, Rudy Garza, Chris Smith, Mgr. Second Row: Coach Marrs, Troy Hanks, Mike Polan, Martin Rowley, Robert Starr, Gerald Walker, Hector Her- nandez, Raymond Taylor, Richard Miller, Mr. Greene. 93 fl' 'Sv'- X . . Row I: Charles Murphy, John Carpenter, Teodoro Garcia, Harry Hubbard, Jerry Turner, Micky Nichols, Randy Pullen. Row 2: Bill Morgan, Justin Hollis, Dickie Rice, Robert Loyd, John Goggans, Lenny Milke, Pat Murphy. Row 3: John Thoma, John Culp, Oscar Burrell, Jim Taylor, Bill Meyer, Steve Puckett, Don Dixon, Larry Richards. 'R he-bt' 4 so Bs ,N x Standing: Pat Murphey, Len- ny Milke, John Culp, Micky Nich0ls, John Thoma, Dickie Rice, -Randy Pullen, Kneel- ing: John Carpenter, Jim Taylor. fir- r i Coach Cason discusses race times. Leopards Work On Cinder be E 1' Steve Puckett and Bill Meyer demonstrate hurdling form. Oscar Burrell, Billy Morgan, and Robert Loyd participate in field activities. Standing: Harry Hubbard, Jerry Turner, John Goggans, Larry Richards. Kneeling: Don Dixon, Justin Hollis, Charles Murphy, Teodore Garcia. 95 EDDIE FRENCH 2 yr. Letterman ri .J ..- -v 'vi me we 4' fir' by ,V hy:- Leopards Take To . . . STEVE SHARROCK 1 yr. Letterman li'- STERLING WOOD 1 yr. Letterman fm." ' PHIL RENTERIA 1 yr. Letterman "B" Team Row I : Larry James, Terry Rivers, Jimmy Murillo, Larry Ridenner, David Quintana, Rick Kimbrough, Edward Milkeg Row 2: Kenneth Woodard, Robert Watkins, Don Dickson, Joe Rymak, Bill Cantrell, Joe Alcale, David Hawthorne, Bobby Kopez. Row 3: Coach K. N. Brashear, .lack Frampton, Frank Morgan, Tommy Pollard, Gary Wesson, William Doe, Nicky Nix, Gene Sutterfield, John Henderson, Billy Pollow CMGRJ "C" Team ., ,. its .. L P K . A A l T ,,ff: 'f '-V :ii i . my V, ,... i ' slise 1 we - ..,, as Nici it 1 7' Ffa - 4:5 ., 1 f J.: f- , A ',, 'rfaa i,f1,N1j1" ' ' Vw 351, .' :t ,, 2 zz, ,' X' A-' r-"F , 1'r' Qaly -V N P .. C 3: 253. V tie ' - , -H, - 4, ,QL Fi! Q- I ' , 5- .,: ' , :'fQQ'.,f5-7'1" ..k ,,gi,.,, ""'fQt3, B,-i ' ,L ' .5-Q, F . , bf .,. Ll ,,.. .- Na- f - .aft G--f .FY V .. , "ii3"'fF1'. ' J Q Wrr, 1 ,,., , . is 1 -- +-nz. '. a-- - .- ,, ' Q ,.., .. J ,gf-aff A ,,.. wig!-K Vi Wrkx N , h umming' Aww V Q b as K .fezaw ., D ,:, , Mg in 3 5:52, 6 -... :aw 1 I I , Q ,:!fd-WML ' , Q I 7-1, 5:25, , , ff' K nf? ' if I.. W ' . i A I e A " "ii W if' . ll 45. - ' ., . , . . - .1.:,, , 5 1' J z .a f t 'T . T Fe-1 1 'Q ',' " fi ai' it ' ' , A 5- " ' ' J ' f l 'f-g2'w ya 'R if as C ' ' la - ., " ih- " -. ' ' . X' ., . 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Daniels, Daniel Deluna, Gilbert Casas, David Deluna, Richard Bennet, Ronny Daniels, David Carr, Ronnie Richard Bustimonte, Gary Smith, Don Mason, Troy Hanks, Dan Cade, Richard Miller, David Little, Ricky Sanders, Ship Bush, Row 3 COACH Marrs, Terry Gautney, Robert Starr, Ernest Wyndham, Gerald Walker, Raymond Taylor, Dewayne Beard, John Gaines, Leonard Bennet, Rudy Garza, COACH Fzrsz Row Re gle Oakley Mgr Wesley Edwards Glen Armstron Jlmmy Ross David Laughlin Rlchard Snyder Joe Crews Robert Paulk Second Row Leonard Trout Glenn Hardmg Edd1e French Eddie Vaughn, Waymon McMack1n Steve Shar Season Record I7 Wms 9 Losses SOC ...... N. DALLAS TECH .... KIMBALL . SUNSET . . SOC ...,.. N. DALLAS TECH .... KIMBALL . SUNSET .. 'F l 'Qi it Q 'S S l 4 xiii QQ 'L g I 5 Q .e ffigy g, if 1 V f ,f1 JOE LOPEZ ANTHONY PICCHIONI ZACK BERRY . . . the Fairwags 1967's golf team, coached by Mr. William Ewing, worked on local golf courses each day to sharpen their skills in the game. Other schools' golf teams played against the Leopard golfers at various courses throughout the li city. Q .4 W N,aa A ali 't" X tfats. Q ln K XI N .i . .: , ip lk E, GILBERT MARTINEZ 3 f efti I VAN MARBLE , ' ' v awe -Q K X EUGENE YEN f 'M a ll - ,..n-- ,MA . Nwwv' yvwdv 97 1967 Nellers Play Game Wilh Skill K: ff CLYDE BROWN 3 yr. Letterman 'nr ' . "w h, W Q '- 4 413 X If A Li 3' f -f 1, X YY'-3 ' JN f allkffi K lf,ll . ' Tae-3.E?E?f5 i I my A . ,,,,, 44 V, . n, K ef gf' H gf ' ' x . 'Q f 'AMT gl ,L if-2 't 2 w N . Ll 1- .- lr gb , L 5: Z,. :lux Q , W . A . ' f F n,,1fQZ4 'Mr ,,,. --ffl I ,,,- W, 3 ' Y ...w ,-'ww MR. DALE DUDLEY GARY WILSON Coach 3 yr. Letterman WALLY TALLENT 2 yr. Letterman 'I 4 . .. ' 4 VV' Q14 I -'.U'.,'z'-1 , M 1' R sm ifffiy A ew 2' y v L - itrff- '1 1' xr ,... +,. ELIZABETH LOYD 1 yr. Letterman V i -593' 'Q xanax ml ! 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I00 Leopards Swing In+o Aoiion Coached by Mr. Buddy Stevenson, the Adamson varsity baseball worked hard as they participated in the early spring games. team W we , lf KK ' K K - if' K 21 Err K K fu, . s .A ,,,sl1siiysle s L e L K 4l" ,.,. rs K IK 1 s , n ,Q s Q -' L L LL fev. ' 'ill 5 V ' T - 1 , L l , 'L 1 1,f' ff' ' , V . 5 , I- fx: , ,, , L K 'g ,K ,- as-'1KK K K - ..,,l,'T'f"'? ' XR K 'M X KK ff ,Ki K K K K V,f ,V, K Vf,: K K Elri I, i , , - V,,, R L L 5 Q! Ln fs Don Dickson. Outfielders: Row 1: Wesley Edwards, Rudy Fernandez, Row 2: Donnie Young, Calvin Skinner, Glen Harding. ,rrs irrr , . w Ig, : X -1. n l L if 9 , . fl! ll.. 49 1 Wt:-' . 5. rr. . r N 15" wi! , K KK I KKK K, , K ., KR ,,.., K,f. K M. Kg, fx? ' ,'K 1 My WEL' L l . , ', L K - L' 'L ,LLAL ,,ff , - Yi ibgi L. 'i':V:,i Ll' 'fjf ,. B " Q Ky Q . Q-Q 7' ., , A fi L ' s 5 , li H 1" KLXLQ 2111 I LL M rfk., ,,,, . ,,,,. ,, .. A L -'Lx' 3 YL ",, -' all L L KL , fx, e v r A . 1: J ,, r 'v 5 . ' fin? fi Ki-1 L'L'4 ' "' 2 -. 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A ,Q-gg' - .,,,f.fx ,, ,, .,,,,. K,,,,.,,.. ,ri N f - .V .Aiwa KK .,,,, ' A f' ,145 Q ,, -"L XLR w .M5 . , ' ' . . ff- - ' f.f'i'Ha, g . - L,,f..,- if 'fi-7 -5 QE' " K , Lettermen: Row 1: Henry Vel, Jim Ross, Glenn Armstrong, Ray Ortega. Row 2: Donnie Young, Joe Crews, David Laughlin X.- N Aug sm.. Q. iff ,' Leopard infielders: .lack Frampton, G 5 l X :fx X Q X 1 , . 4- - 'f N 'Sy U xx- Q, I ' 4, L f I ,- David Laughlin, Jimmy Ross, Glen Armstrong, Ray Ortega. Managers: v- ii , ...,,-nga' Firor and Reggie Oakley "B" Team i 'Wu Bottom Row-Raymond Taylor, Ricky Kimbrough, David Quintana, Randy Daniels, Richard Bennett, Bobby Lopez, Edward Milkie, Terry Rivers, Ernest Hernandez Top Row-Howard Smith, Larry Ridener, Russell Coddnough, Kenneth Woodard, ,lohn Henderson, Steve Ricks, Van Marble, Bobby Anderson Rueben Vela, Clifford Baker, Coach Brownlee. Ross makes it to first. 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Bo 1 w Sensor Likely Vicky Doqglass II3 E , 2 X E E 1 E Z s ,.15m ,NX ,Ei Q , - I . , , 1 anwewsm.wwmmrwwsmfvf mm v--,f 2- : W n , x .. , ,,.4,,Q.: .... , ,ff , f - -wzwmmmznwwwgzmn - Underclass Joe Crews 1 3 Underclass B09 Vaughn 'HQ 5155... Co Underclass fhran 'EE Elf , s I 5 5 Z 55 E i Q ni E 5 I 1 KDDIE BEAMGUARD Exchange Student to Norway, Leopardette, National Honor Soeietyfg fffEANCY CROSBY l Leopiardette Mana ger, f S National 'Honor Society, Seleot Chorus f LINDA BRIDEWELL Future Nurses President, Na- tional Honor Society, Leop- ardettes bpm---f Who's PS Wlhols 'Who Candidates are nom- inated andsselected from the Sen- ior Class by the Faculty. I'Ch considered on the basis offffoutg S JIMMY CAMERON Football Lettermang ,VKey Club, :Pan-American Club VICKY DOUGLASS Leopardette Leader, Seniors Class Secretary, National' Merit Letter, of Commend- ation GEORGE ELLIS V Cheerleader, Key Club, Na- tional Merit Letter of Coin-ji mendalion' Nho y ' emors tending leadership and education- I achievement during his high -chool career. EDDIE FRENCH Key Club, Basketball, Golf JAY GRAVES ' Cheerleader, Student Council Vice-President, Senior Class Vice-president 'S , ,M M., 1 --f' 1 1 PAM EOFF National Honor Society, Acorn News Editor, Pan- Arnerican Club Treasur- x sk er K ik Fa X 15 W up I .',, BILL FARMER L L 7 Key, Club Vice-President, ' National Honor Society, Football Letterman or A rien' Q C 1 XX? irr, ff., fd x XY' f mv- GLENN HARDING A 'Senior Social Chairman tEI'IIlHI1 , A -,-l',- me -klk-Vri Key Club, Football Let: DEBBIE KALIES LLVL - Acorn Feaiufe' Editoxj .-'A National H0nor:L,fgSQGiQIYgfff 'LL' 5' National Thegpiaaef L icy' f-zz" DAVID LAUGHLIN Football Letterman, Civitan Citizenship Award, National Honor Society Q f? 1 i V l M . ,,:. , ' if I f gyii jj ., .- -1 1 JOHN MARKSSVLLL 8 ' National Honor Society i A' President, National Fo- """" rensic League, 'German Award!-1965 Nw- SUSAN KIDD Leader, Basket Student Counci nl e n Who's1 ROBERT LOYD Football Letterman, Delegate Sym- posium on Nuclear Science, Na-L tional Honor Society o BOBBY MAULTSBY Leopardette Leader, Miss Adamson 1966, National Hon- or Society JEANETTE MCDONALD National Honor Society, Band President, Y-Teense 67 'E-f1mf,::,,1,4:f H, f 1 .,:-V:-zz:-:sw Q 4' ll l ,MVS x i ff' ,,.. ., P :1 . f if F' R S ' v ,-Qvglrw' - - .112-21"f-iiiwzif an . . STEVE NIELSON French Club President, Na- tional HQ Council ' 5 ANTHONY , Chess Club President L,nn Honor Soqiety, Oak Business JIMMY I 5 23" , Aw- upr Society, Student BILL MEYER Football Letterman, Key Club Secretary, Most Popular Underclass Boy "iv-Q v 1. lDAN STANSELL Stage Crew, ROTC Drill Team, Debate LARRY VAUCHN Band Drum Major, ROTC Officer, Chess Club A i ' L L SHARON WILLIAMS National Honor Society, Student Council, Uak Ropresentativgi - - DoNN1E YOUNG Football Letterman, Key Club, I Baseball Letter- man L , xl JANICE WEBB Acornflditor-in-Chief Nat al Honor Society Leopard Who's lltl oi PRESTON ZIMMERMAN f National ,'i'A Honor ' Soeiet it"- Frenc C1uldfSciience Fair'Wi. - . L.-V, inner Addie Beamguard crowned as I 967 Miss Adamson W Prlnclpal 'lhomas W Meek crowns the new MISS Adamson as Bobby Maultsby MISS Adamson of 1966 and Claudla Goodman second runner up look on Elght fll'lal1StS were jucloed on talent P0156 and beauty 1n the annual paoeant 2 1- I Viokg Douglass Crowned As I 967 Sweetheart fl 4-fl' 1701 4 X, 551 . Q 5 px it r Y, 4 N lk Y' Principal Thomas Meek crowned senior Vicky Douglass as 1967 Valen- tine Sweetheart at the an- nual PTA Valentine dance. This year, the PTA not only sponsored the dance following the coronation, but also decorated the elaborate stage setting in which the sweethearts were presented. ,A ,f ' 16 is ,.j.,x 4 JN Y . x Q 4, r N 'f x ' ' .1 r K L X 'Q A Y 4 , 4 V ' T - L+ ,, s, -2 19669675 Baskeiballg Queen Susan Kidd l '-X-'C'-"A i h mVV, 8 . h A 'V mmVVA Q 351, M V NA-v0 if-B . 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Let- terman, "A" Basketball "B" Baseball, "B" Bas- ketball, Oak Staff, 2 yrs., Student Council .lCTC, Allied Youth, Na- tional Honor Society 1 1 AROSTEGUI, APALATEA, ALICE JONATHAN ICT, Allied Youth, Stu- dent Council Representa- tive BAIRD, JACK M. Art Club, Allied Youth BEAM, MARY Y-Teens, Future Nurses, Student Assistant BEAMGUARD, ADDIE Exchange S t u d e n t to Norway, Leopardettes, National Honor Society, BEARDEN, ALAN Select Future 5 " f BICKERSTAFF. BERNICE Future Nurses l C LS,MARSHA if if All eopardettes, Oak Ecl- itor-in-Chief, Acorn Re- porter, Entre Nous, Quill a n d Scroll, National Thes ia JCTC Na- NJp BLANTON, BILL Pan American Club, J CTC BRAN UM, CARY Naagmal Honor Society N E t, ' ' btw by fffiwiyiif I ISDEISS, LINDA C. Cheerleader, S t u d e nt LD- Council Parliamentarian, Select Chorus, Allied Youth President, Na- xv .. tional Thespians Presi- dent, Band, Pan Ameri- can Club, Phi Beta Chi, X Oak Business Staff, L bi l J CTC - ,I .5 f BORING, LARRY Pan American Club, J CTC BOSWELL, CAROLYN Oak Editorial Staff, Quill and Scroll, Chess Club, Allied Youth, Y-Teens, Pan American Club, ,lun- ior Red Cross, Office As- sistant BOYD, ANN Leopardettes, S e l e c t Chorus, Student Council, Future Nurses, Clinic Assistant, Allied Youth, Junior Red Cross, Pan American Club BRANNON, ROBERT J. National Honor Society BRATTON, JIM "B" Football, "A" Foot- ball, I yr. Letterman, JCTC, FTA, Student Council, Student Assist- ant BRESHEARS, JUDY Leopardettes, S e l e ct Chorus ff 5 5 anus' ,, ff ' '1' f- 'ref BRIDEWELL, LINDA Leopardettes, F u t u r e Nurses President, Latin Club, JCTC, National Honor Society BUNDICK, NANCY Student Council, Student Assistant, Future Nurses, Y-Teens Officer, Allied Youth, Latin Club BURRELL, OSCAR KIRBY Student Council, Allied Youth, Pan American Club, Track, Phi Beta Chi, Art Club BYRAN, WANDA SUE Y-Teens, Clinic Assist- ant, Student Assistant BRIDGERS, LAQUETTA CAMERON, JAMES M. Key Club, "A" Football, "B" Football, Student Assistant, "B" Baseball, FTA, P a n American Club, JCTC CAMERON, KAY Band Treasurer, Girls Chorus CANIPE, TOMMY R.O.T.C.g 3 yrs. CORGILL, CAROL National Honor Society BROOKS, GERALD "An Footballg 2 yr. Let- terman, HB" Football, Key Club, Student Coun- cil Representative, FTA CADMUS, ROYCE German Club, JCTC BROWN, CLYDE C. Allied Youth, C h e s s Club, S e l e c t Chorus, Band, R.O.T'.C. Band, Tennis Teamg 3 yr. Let- terman, Tennis Team Captain CLIFTON, MIKE Pan American, Allied Youth CLINTON, J AN IE KAYE CARR, PEGGY ICT, Girls Chorus, Pep Squad CASTILLO, NORA Clinic Assistant, Pep Squad CLARK, ROBERT Art Club CLARK, SHERRY Y-Teens, Allied Youth, JCTC, R.0.T.C. Sponsor CLARY, JAMES Key Club, Student Coun- cil Representative, Phi Beta Chi Treasurer, La- tin Club, Allied Youth CLUDIUS, KATHY Band, JCTC, Chess Club Secretary, Oak Staff, IBM Assistant, Oak Rep- resentative, Quill and Scroll COOPER, CHARLOTTE FTA Secretary, Library Service Club, Library Assistant, Select Chorus, Pan American Club CORNELIUS, DON COKER,LARRY FTA, Chess Club, R.O.T.C., Drill Team Company Commander CONINE, CHARLES R.O.T.C., Co. "B" Com- mander, Drill Team, R.O.T.C. Student Assist- ant VET?" CRAFT, LARRY L. R.O.T.C., Instructor Staff, Rifle Team, Drill Teamg Pan American Club CHRISTOPHER, DON E. R.O.T.C., Instructor Staff, Drill Team, Com- pany Commander "CH: Pan American C l u b , Stage Crew Assistant Manager, Student As- sistant COX, ANITA CROSBY, FANCY FTA, Y-Teens, Student Leopardette Manager, Assistant COX, ANNETTE FTA, Y-Teens, Student Assistant DANIEL, RICKY DANIEL, ROBERT DAUGHDRILL, DONNA Distributive Education, FTA, Student Council Representative, Y-Teens DAVILA, OLIVIA Future Nurses, Y-Teens, Select Chorus, Student Council, Allied Youth DAVIS, JOHN A. R.0.T.C., Drill Team DEBAUN, PAMELA IRENE Band, Future Nurses, Y- Teens Select Chorus, FTA, Al- lied Y 0 u t h , National Honor Society CULVERHOUSE, TED -arm" fl' NM l . ' Q-' i Q .. DIAL, PATRICK Student Council, German Club, Select Chorus, Treasurer 66-67, Phi Beta Chi, Allied Youth, Acorn Staff DUKE, MARGARET ANN Select Chorus, Future if . : DICKSON, MIKE DILLION, MICHAEL NA" Football, 1 yr. Let- terman, QB" Football DOUGLASS, VICKY Leopardettes Leader 66- 67, Student Council, Mu Alpha Theta, Pan Ameri- can Club Vice President, National Thespians Vice President, National Hon- or Society, Junior Class Secretary, Senior Class Secretary, Nominee for Most Popular Under- class Girl 65-66, National Merit Letter of Commen- dation Nurses, Pan American Club ELAM, LEWIS E. "B" Basketball, "B" Baseball, ICT, Student Council ELLERMANN, KAY Student Council, Pan American Club, Y-Teens, Girls Chorus ELLIS, GEORGE Cheerleader, S t u d e nt Council, Allied Youth, Key Club, Pan American Club, National Thes- pians, National Forensic League, National Merit Letter of Commendation EOFF, PAM National Honor Society, Acorn News Editor, Band, Chess Club, Treas- urer, S p a n i s h Club Treasurer, Quill a n d Scroll, Student Assistant, Oak Cliff Tribune, Cor- respondent, 3rd Place Interscholastic L e a g u e 'Ready-Writing Contest, Y-Teens f nf, fr DRISCHEL, PATRICIA Allied Youth, Y-Teens, Phi Beta Chi, Pep Squad, Select Chorus, Student Assistant Girls Chorus DUNN, NELLIE Future Nurses, Art Club ESPINOZA, HOPE Art Club, ,lunior Red Cross Vice President lynx f f " H -1 ffa-1 l fs-- ff --, , get u, 285 ETHEREDGE, SUSAN EVERROAD, RANDY FARMER, WILLIAM FEATHERSTON, FLEMING, BARBARA D.E., student Council, J,C.T.C. "A" Football, Key Club, LINDA .l.C.T.C.,' Y - T e e n s , Vice-President, P a n Pan American Club, Se- F.B.L.A. American Club, F.T.A., lect Chorus, Y-Teens, National Honor Society Leopardette Manager, Student Assistant, Miss Adamson Finalist, Na- tional Thespians, Senior Princess, Student Coun- cil l FOLEY PAT FOREMAN, KEN Allied Q-Outh Pan Amer- Drill Team Commander, ican Club ' Battalion Commander, Stage Crew, Superior Cadet l FRENCH, EDDIE T. Key Club, "A" Basket- ball, Golf Team FURGESON, JAN Cheerleader, Student Council Treasurer, Oak Business Staff, Most Popular Underclass Girl, Homecoming Princess, Valentine Princess, Y- Teensg President, Civi- tan Citizenship Award Pan American Club, Fu: jj-' Q ture Nurses, LQ! GARRETT, KATHY ff' ' MLW GENTRY, ARTHUR F.T.A., National Honor Society i' ,...V-'- GILLILAND, RENEE Student Assistant, Future Nurses, Pan American Club ,,c...-af GLENN, STEVEN GBM Baseball, C h e s s Club, Allied Youth, ROTC, Band, Military Band, Phi Beta Chi T GOODE, BILLIE Future Nurses, FTA, Al- lied Youth, Studcnt As- sistant, JCTC, ROTC Sponsor, Select Chorus, ICT, Acorn Staff GOSS, JUDY Junior Red Cross Presi- d e n t , Pan-American Club, FTA, Allied Youth GOODMAN, CLAUDIA Leopardette Leader, Stu- dent Council, Oak Staff, Acorn Staff, Select Chor- us, Oak Representative, Pan-American C lu b , Chess Club, National Honor Society GOULD, DOROTHY JCTC, F T A , Future Nurses, Office Assistant, Clinic Assistant, Girls Chorus, J u ni o r Red Cross, Pep Squad GRAVES,.lAY Student Council Vice President, Senior Class Vice President, Cheer- leader, Key Club, Allied Youth GUAJARDO, DAVID Pan-American Club, Art Club HANSON, STEPHEN R.0.T.C. Drill Team, Company Staff, Battalion Staff, Architecture Club, D E. GOODMAN, DARRENE Band Secretary, Leopard- ettes, Student Council, Oak Staff, Acorn Staff, Pan-American C l u b , Chess Club HARDING, WARREN GLENN "A" Football, 2 yr. Let- terman, "B" Football, HA" 'Basketball, Track, Student Council, Key Club, Senior Social Chairman HARMAN, CAROLYN Band Vice President, Chess Club Secretary- Treasurer, 65-66, Pan- American Club, Oak Representative, FTA, Student Assistant HARRINGTON, JOHN J CTC E 'W K xxx it Iii? T' V f 22:2 5. . E -.fav fb 91' ' I .Ill HATFIELD, JUDY KAY Junior Red Cross, Y- Teens HERNANDEZ, LEON Chess Club HAYS, ALLY V Homecoming Princess 65-66, 66-67, Y-Teens Vice-President, Quill and Scroll, Most Beautiful Underclass Girl, Basket- ball Princess, Baseball Princess, Oak Business Staff V50 P6 HENSLEY, GLEN HERRMANN SUE Leopardette Leade , "A" Football, 2 yr. Let 2 yr Leopardette Miss terman, Key Club, Stu Howdy Alpha Rho Ta dent Coun il, sident Reporter Sophomore C ss, un ner-up Mos opular 4 65 1 fy ,, HW if HODCES, HOLLIS, DONALD WAYNE JUSTIN BOND Leopard Band, Military Baseball, Track, Allied Band Youth, JCTC, Oak Staff HODGES, JUDY Leopardettes, S t u d e n t Council Oak Representa- tive, Student Assistant, Y-Teens, Allied Youth HOWARD, WILLIAM PARKER P a n American C l u b FTA, Phi Beta Chi I CTC HOWERY, NELDA National Honor Society, FTA, Oak Representa- tive, Student Council, Student Assistant HUMPHRIES, BILL Tennis Team, Vice-Pres- ident Allied Youth, Stu- dent Council, Pan-Amer- ican Club, Science Club, Student Assistant, Oak Staff, National Honor Society HUMPHRIES, BOB Allied Youth, Tennis Team, French Club, Sci- ence Club, Oak Staff, Acorn Staff -lr' I I Ill: lil Iii. JANSEN, CAROL L. Allied Youth, Y-Teens, Mixed Chorus, Student Assistant, J CTC JERNIGAN, SHEILA HULL, DAVID HUNT, LARRY HUSKEY, KATHRYN HUTSON, JAMES Art Club Vice-President, National Merit Letter of Commendation, Student Assistant, Chess Club, Library Club, National Honor Society IVY, LANA JANE OAK Editorial Staff, Select Chorus, Y-Teens, Allied Youth, Future Nurses, Quill and Scroll, Junior Red Cross, Girls Chorus, National Honor Society JAMES, RODNEY Allied Youth, R.O.T.C., Drill T e a m , Science Club JOHNSON, WAYNE JACKIE Projectionist, Pan-Amer- ican Club, Allied Youth, Student Assistant, Chess Club JORDAN, TERRY National Honor Society Vice-President, D.E. l l i l l l l i l C J J sieeytis I J0HNsoN,JANYcE , ,e, , 9 yh , ri Sophomore Princess, Stu- .t'ii ii ' dent Council 5, :-:-:-:. rife. :fm-. - -.-:-: -' :-: JOHNSON, REEDA R.. Leopardettes, S t u d e n t Assistant, Allied Youth, Y-Teens wr 'Vw'-M , , -ef X ' .il E I KELLY, ROBBIE "A" Football 2 yrs., Let- terman, Key Club, Track, MBU Football, "B" Base- ball KELLY, ROBERT J. Allied Youth, "B" Foot- ball, "A,' Football, Stu- dent Assistant KALIES, DEBORAH Quill and Scroll, Acorn Staff Feature Editor, Na- tional Thespians, Entres Nous, Allied Youth, Fu- ture Nurses Club, JCTC, Student Assistant, Na- tional Honor Society KAY, SHARON Student Assistant KLAPPROTH, KAREN Leopardettes, Oak repre- sentative KROSSCHELL, ROBERT LAUGHLIN, DAVID JACK Key Club, Student Coun- cil, OAK Business Staff, "A" Football Letterman 3 yrs., HA" Baseball Let- terman 3 yrs., HA" Bas- ketball Letterman 2 yrs., Civitan Citizenship Award, Morning Devo- tional Leader, National Honor Society LEET, .IANICE LESLIA, RANDY "A" Football, "BH Foot- ball, "A" Baseball, "B" Baseball, Key Club, Al- lied Youth, Student Council LESTER, PATRICIA Leopardettes, S t u d e n t Council Representative, Student Assistant, Y- Teens, Allied Youth KEY, MARY KIDD, SUSAN Leopardette Leader, Stu- dent Council Secretary, Select Chorus, Basketball Princess, Baseball Prin- cess, OAK Business Staff, OAK Editorial Staff, Quill and Scroll, Basketball Queen, Nom- inee for Best All Round wit' KX V75 iv LIEBEL, JEFF MACKEY, VICKI MARKS, .IOHN E. National Honor Society President, National For- ensic League, German Club, German Depart- mental Award-1965 LOPEZ, J OE Student Council, Class Officer 64-67, Golf Team, Allied Youth Vice Presi- dent, Key Club, National Thespians Vice Presi- dent, Select Chorus Vice President, Cheerleader 65-67 LOYD, ROBERT HA" Football, 3 yr. Let- terman, Track, Key Club, Student Council, Dele- gate-6th Texas Sympos- ium on Nuclear Science, Representative to Dallas Rotary Club, National Honor Society LUCAS, SHIRLEY ICT, Mixed Chorus, Girls Chorus MARTIN, PEGGY National Forensic League MAULTSBY, BOBBY Leopardette Leader, Miss Adamson 1966, Repre- sentative to Girls State, Oak Business Staff, Se- lect Chorus, Student Council, Representative to Teen Council, Secre- tary-Treasurer of French Club, Representative to Texas Film Review Board, Sophomore and Junior Valentine Prin- cess LUSK, BETTY Leopardettes, Pan Amer ican Club MARIS, SANDY "A" Football Letterman, "B" Football, Key' Club, Latin Club, Allied Youth MAXWELL, LINDA National Honor Society, FTA President 66-67, A1- lied Youth, Latin Club, Y-Teens, Select Chorus, Girls Chorus McBETH, STEPHEN McDONALD,g K, I MCINTOSH, SARA MECKLIN, JAMES MELTON, JACK R. JEANETTEAXF- Y-Teens, Student Assist- National Honor Society, ant Y-Teens, Band President : ,t t L' . '-ff 1 ttf' ' Lf f L J . Lf Q , J U ij Av? 1 ,I M , V L L tb I w f by g,,, 1 ' -L tt if, 1 11, ly, VL 'YQ L an 0 , f- if-if F7 I 'L P by f t MEYER, JOAN MILLER, IRENE Allied Youth, FTA, Y- Teens, Student Assistant, Girls Chorus, Spanish Club, FBLA, ACORN Staff x t MEYER, BILL "A" Football Letterman, Basketball, Track, Key Club Secretary, Most Popular Underclass Boy, Best All Around Under- class Boy Nominee, Stu- dent Council Representa- tive, Pan-American Club, OAK Business Staff MILKE, LEONARD G. Allied Youth Officer, Se- lect Chorus, Spanish Club, Mr. Howdy, ACORN Staff MONROUZEAU, MORENO, ALBINA MORGAN, DENNIS MORRIS, PATRICIA A CONNIE Y-Teens, JCTC, Student Y-Teens, Allied .Youth, Select Ch0fl1S, Girls Assistant, Girls Chorus girls Chorus Jumor Red TCSS Chorus, Allied Youth, ACORN Staff L X I y at i lii i ' if 'iq K 4-w"f"" MURDOCK, RICHARD MURPHY, CHARLES H. "A" Football Letterman, "B" Football, Track, Key Club, Student Council, Allied You'th, Latin Club NAY, JAMES M. MURPHEY, PAT NELSON, JEANETTE Allied Youth, Y-Teens, Girls Chorus, Select Chorus, Student Council NEWELL, JAMES C. President of Freshman Class, President of .lun- ior Class, Treasurer of Student Council, Presi- dent of Phi Beta Chi, Best All-Round Under- class Boy, Entre Nous, National Forensic League President, Student Coun- cil President, Dallas Representative to United Nations, Senior Class President N EWMAN, MARTHA JANE NICHOLS, MICKEY Track NASH, CAROL Future Nurses Club Par- liamentarian, S e l e c t Chorus, Allied Youth, Chess Club, National Thespians, FTA, Na- tional Honor Society NIEDERER, JANIS Leopardettes, S e l e c t Chorus, Pan-American Club, Allied Youth, Na- tional Thespians NIELSON, STEVE Student Council, French Club President, Latin Club Allied Youth, OAK Representative, National Honor Society NIX, MARGIE National Honor Society, Student Assistant, Y- Teens, Pan American Club, FTA, OAK Repre- sentative 797 W NYSTROM, BARBARA Select Chorus, Student Council, Chess Club, Tennis, Student Assist- ant, German Club Secre- tary PHILLIPS, JEAN Student Council, Latin Club, Art Club, Chess Club, ICT, Student As- sistant PICCHIONI, ANTHONY Chess Club President, Golf Team, Phi Beta Chi, Student Assistant, Oak Business Staff, Na- tional Honor Society Ky ORTEGA, RAY Allied Youth, Student Council, Key Club, Pan American Club, Student Assistant, Oak Repre- sentative, Baseball Let- terman 2 yr. PILLOW, SANDRA POLANCO, LUCY JCTC, Junior Red Cross, Future Nurses, Y-Teens, POSTON- JERRY Office Assistant, Library "A" Football, "B" Foot- Club ball, Key Club PUCKETT, STEVE Key Club, Allied Youth, Pan-American C l u b Track' Letterman 3 yr., Phi Beta Chi PULLEN, RANDY Student Council, Art Club, Allied Youth, 1554, JCTC, Phi Beta 1 PEREZ, SERGIO PHILLIPS GEORGE Allied Youth, C h e s s Club, Art Club Presi- dent, Student Council PINA, JERRY if "-1 ROBINSON, BOBBIE O A K Representative, Student Council, Select Chorus. Student Assist- ant ROBINSON, GLEN .ICTC, Allied Youth RAYMOND. DOROTHY .I EAN Select Chorus, Leopard B a n d , Pan-American Club, OAK Representa- tive, Student Council, Allied Youth REEDER, DEBBIE Leopardettes, ACORN Staff, Student Assistant, Girls Chorus REYNOLDS, CAROLYN Y-Teens RHODES, PATSY Homecoming Queen, R.O.T.C. Drill Team Sponsor, Y-Teens Secre- tary, Quill and Scroll, ACORN Staff, Student Assistant, Student Coun- cil, I CTC RICE, DICKIE Allied Youth, JCTC, Art Club, ACORN Staff, FTA ROBERTS, EUGENE Art Club Chairman, R.O.T.C. Cadet Instruc- tor Staff, Drill Team, Battalion Staff, Student Council Representative ROSS, JAMES W. 2 yr. "A" Football Let- terman, 2 yr. "A" Bas- ketball Letterman, 3 yr. HA" Baseball Letterman, "A" Golf Team, Student Council, Student Assist- ant, Key Club President ROWLAND, ROBERT O. MA" Football Letterman, HA" Baseball, Key Club Student Assistant u ROGERS, ROGER R.O.T.C. ROJO, LUIS D.E., R.O.T.C. D r i I I Team, Art Club 'QY' ,J 'F'-' V... SAILOR, WAYNE Chess Club, A l l i e d Youth, Select Chorus, Science Club SALDANA, DOLORES Y-Teens, JCTC fl ,nf ' f Q VJ1 t W iw vf W, QQ RUIZ, JOHNNY "Bn Football, HB" Base- ball, HAH Football, 'LAM Baseball, Select Chorus, Pan-American Club SAFFORD, FRANK Allied Youth SARRATT, JIMMIE NANETTE Select Chorus, Y-Teens, Student Assistant, Art Cllub SCOTT, GLENN E, Allied Youth, Select Chorus, Science Club SCOTT, LINDA Select Chorus, Student Council, Pep Squad SELLERS, GARY SHAW, JENNY Student Assistant, FTA, FHA, National Thes- pians, Y-Teens SHAW, LYN DA Leopardettes, Student Council, Girls Chorus, Pan-American Club, Fu- ture Nurses Club, Y- Teens SANDERS, CLIFFORD SANDERS, SUE Y'Teens, Band, FTA, National Honor Society A mx , ' is ,ev"7 free-f ww, . Q-Wu.. 1? 413, Qi . 4 SIMMONS, CAROL S e l e c t Chorus, Cirls Chorus, D.E. SKALL, SHAR'RON Future Nurses, Y-Teens. Girls Chorus, Pep Squad 'P SOWELL, RONALD J. R.O.T.C. Battalion Exec- utive Officer, Drill Team STEVENS, CINDY Student Council, Na- tional Thespians Treas- urer, Select Chorus, Acorn Staff, Student As- sistant, Pan-American Club, Future Nurses, Y- Teens , 't,' , 1 1.1 , ii- 1 STEVENSON, CAROL Leopardettes, F u t u r e Nurses, Y-Teens, IBM Assistant, Student Assist- ant SMITH, RONNIE Leopardettes, R.O.T.C. Sponsor Company HC", Y-Teens, Student Coun- eil, Oak Representative, Vice President of Fresh- man Class, Girls Chorus SMITH, STEVEN Select Chorus SOSEBEE, JANE .TCTC President, Pan- Ameriean Club, Y-Teens, Student Assistant STEVENSON, LOUIS "A" Football, "BH Foot- ball, "B" Baseball, "A" Baseball, Select Chorus, Key Club, Student Coun- cil, Oak Representative, J CTC STANSELL, DANNY Stage Crew, Debate, Projectionist, R.O.T.C. Drill Team, Battalion Staff, Entre Nous, Art Club, Allied Youth SWAN, JOE. JCTC, FTA, Pan-Ameri- can Club, Phi Beta Chi TALLENT, SUZANNE Y-Teens, Mixed Chorus 'vmgffar TALLENT, WPYLLYY, , x Llj vi , , I lBUll!ix'l yi, iid wiv l ",".l t I I f w ' J I 'I I1 'l , TEAGUE, MIKE Cheerleader, Band, R.O.T.C. Band, Select Chorus President, Cer- man Club, Allied Youth, OAK Staff, ACORN Staff A 3 I LL! THILL, STANLEY RAY THOMAS, STEPHEN TIMBY, BARBARA J. Q N I l , , Ill' W llti l l if ull!! ' Nl ml' l ,tl ,tj , ll N ' llw tlldi filth' lil, llv ,QU X wifi if . ' 1 , 1 1 1 29, - N ' ' I ' T, I ' I l ' ,f , ,, 1 ,xl , 1 2 , 3 1 :I f Q , A .k I x , H f' J f t TUBBS, MARY HELEN Pan-American Club, Na- tional Honor Society, Y- Teens, Student Assistant VELA, HENRY HA" Baseball 1 fl ,W VELASQUEZ, DELLA Y-Teens D.E. f Q!! VIOLETT, CINDY Sophomore Valentine Princess, Leopardette, Best All-Round Under- class Girl, Student Coun- cil, OAK Business Staff, Senior Class Program Chairman, Future Nurses Club Vice President, JCTC, Student Assistant, R.O.T.C. Sponsor In- structor's Staff j' we? 1 f ' k ga Q Y-Teens, FTA, Select Chorus, Student Council, OAK Representative VAUGHAN, LARRY ' Chess Club, G e r m a n - Club, Student Council, Band Drum Major, Mili- tary Band, R.O.T.C. Of- ficer VOLKLAND, LESTER R.O.T.C. Battalion Staff, Drill Team, Instructors Staff, Stage Crew, Pro- jectionist, Art Club, German Club f -,. , , evil V - f ff, fx ,. 1... WARD, DENNIS LYNN "B" Baseball, JCTC, Art Club fthe!-" 'Nw 1' J" ii ' - I- '-' ?l'i1l if l I I lf-+ ' if N . lf' WATSON, WANDA WEAKLEY -,N A155 -f':"f WILLIAMS, CRECG Allied Y 0 u th , Pan American Club Staff and Pan- Secre- Council, Corres- Honor WILLIAMS, JAMES HA" Football, 1 yr. Let- terman, "B" Football, Key Club WILLIAMS, RICKEY Band, Chess Club WILLIAMS, SA RA National Honor Society, FTA Vice President, Pan American Club Program Chairman, Chess Club, Oak Business Staff, Al- lied Youth, Phi Beta Chi WILLIAMS, SHARON Student Assistant, Stu- dent Council, Oak Rep- resentative, National Honor Society WHITE, SHARON Cheerleader, Acorn Busi- ness Manager, Student Council, Y-Teen Treas- urer, Homecoming Prin- cess 64-65, Sophomore Class Secretary, Girls Chorus, Oak Business Staff WILLIS, SHIRLEY Select Chorus, Y-Teens WILSON, BARBARA D.E. WILSON, GARY Tennis Captain, 3 yr. Letterman, District Champs YAAAA, Acorn Sports Editor, Mu Alpha Theta, National Thes- pians, Allied Youth, FTA, Debate t-t, , tt my 0 is 1 Mxxx, Nb , 5 '- '13 41 I t 5 Y , .. V 4-,ggi 'Wi ..an""" Uv WILSON, NANCY National Honor Society, OAK Editorial Staff, FTA, Band Secretary, Allied Youth, German Club, Debate Squad, Phi Beta Chi, Quill and Scroll WREN, LINDA WYANT, RICKY I.C.T., R.O.T.C. YEN, EUGENE Golf Team, Chess Club, Science Club, German Club WOEHLEKE, WOOD, GLENDA HENRY GILL Future Nurses Club "A" Football Letterman, HB" Football, Key Club, JCTC, FTA, Allied Youth, Student Assistant YOUNG, ROBERT DONNIE "A" Football Letterman, "B" Football, nA" Base- ball Letterman, NB" Baseball, Key Club, Stu- dent Assistant ZIMMERMAN, BILL E. Allied Youth, B a n d , R.O.T.C,, Select Chorus, Student Assistant, Ger- man Club, Chess Club ZIMMERMAN, JEANETTE ZIMMERMAN, J. PRESTON French Club, Science Fair Winner, National Honor Society YRIGOLLEN, EVANGELINE S e l e c t Chorus, Pan- American Club, FTA, Y Teens, A ll i e d Youth, J CTC ww, WOODS, PATSY Allied Youth, Y-Teens, F B L A , Pan-American Club, FTA, JCTC N1a..- aff? ,V 55" A, 13" ' B ya , , I 4, ' 1 1 . 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SEL . -' , -5515!-1. .,.,,h,M,H K 4111 Abernethy, Charlotte Abshire, Cynthia Abshire, Patty Adams, Lynn Aguilar, Ann Alsip, Marvin Alvarez, Sylvia Anderson, Gracie Beichman, Patty Bailey, Steve Baker, Susan Barton, Linda , .STM ,iv . his ,Q at ' 1 1 Wd' ,M .szs H K 'NE 1 -sa -.?,',g-:.?.fQ5x- ,,,,,'5 , Q. ff 'Y Bearden, Marie Becker, Robert Beltran, Robert Bennett, Joe Bickerstaff, Linda Bolling, Pam Bowen, Phyllis Branan, Robert Brannon, Phillip Briggs, Mike Bronar, Betty Brown, Steven Burgess, Nancy Burgess, Thomas Burrows, Patricia Butler, Larry Buttleman, Barbara Byers, Labetha Carden, Carlene Chance, Jimmy l f. of e ,. 'iff 1 'W' 1' as, : fl .liar-1, 51515: 2 ' - 1 -ISE ' V- I J- l58 - V. fb A . J. 5 .. 1. 1 - t 70' T ,iii ' 5 , , A . J i1,':s,.' ' . Y, R ,MY 7 Clark, Billy Clark, Brenda Clark, Thomas Coffee, J on Cothran, Marshall Crews, J oe Culverhouse, Sondra Davis, Teresa Dean, Jimmy Diaz, Patricia Dilday, Linda Dixion, John Firor, Edward Fleming, Michael Fletcher, Becky Foley, Coleen If she doesn't shut up I'll scream!" Donaghey, Juanita Donalson, Connie Donnell, Lannie Dorman, Johnny Dorsey, Eddie Dunn, Betty Edwards, Wesley Elliot, Judith Eskew, Russell Fernandez, Rudy .lk fur ,.f ,j Frazier, Anita Furgeson, Judy ,I Gammons, Judy 6 Qarcia, Juan 1' if Gaston, .lames Gatewood, Robert Gibbons, Yvonne Grant, Debbie Guidi, Barbara Gunderson, Mickie Gutierrez, Fladio Guttery, Paula Guy, Lee Hall, Beth C395 flu K - JI, i rg Qff ff 4l,,2f,c., i C" ' W5 'JF' L X., , ,v 411.115 ff:-'ri l G 'I A ff ,f -FR! A--.A fl. E . Nu A CJ kj' 1 1 if clay if, ., If '4And now, folks, we'd like sing . . ." Q-1 , Hardin, Kathy Hardwick, Rick Harper, Charles Harrington, Chris Harrison, Peggy Hazlett, Donna Hill, Charles Hill, Keith Hilterbrand, Diane Hogan, Mike Holmes, Margaret Howard, Hope 'XS K I -ww. -f" g f 5 ww! . fig, ,wr -, -- , 5 , Syl wi asf' X M J ii' 4,1 Hubbard, Vicki Huffaker, Susan Hutchins, Katherina Jackson, Donna Kelly, Laurie Kidd, .ludy King, Julie King, Robert King, Stephen Kirsch, Allen Kuykendall, Gary Landrum, Robert LeMasney, Irene 1 J Lewis, Ouida VZ! LJ ,. - r 'Q LL, f' Cb! ' f UV ll A JW Jb cijjjfb All D4 Qlmjxflx W V 6 Wbwfl' LW ,L . xx s L a, M! U zillowud CG L, . 9 fl Q il?J4'CfOvM1JLWJWJZ li X L I xi L' nic 'il ff fi - Aki! D, jf' j Hiring' really think he sees fi - lj uf in Long, Lucy Lotzer, Marella Loyd, Elizabeth Lozano, Evelia Ludden, Linda f-J'-1? Lusk, Bryne McDonald, Marvin McDonald, Shirley McDowell, Charles McMackin, Vllaymon I62 fn l"1'1 - wfr-' ..-V' 134. QT? 13" xg 1 g Q 0 , l'f'4-'Xl Q W,, i -"" , l Mulholland, Michael Munoz, Ponciana Murray, Fredna Nemeth, Helen You mean I made it?" Maddox, Wallace Munery, Floyd Mershawn, Larry Minor, Debra Miser, Melva Montogomery, Glenna Moore, Betty Ann Morgan, Frank Morgan, Billy Morrison, Nancy I63 ,fe v I and r 'CT' ' O'Neall, Larry Owen, Karen Paulk, Robert Pegram, Janis Pesina, Blas Pollock, Larry Pomeroy, Dorothy Prentice, Carolyn Rader, Mary Rasor, Gabrielle aus. N Newell, Rosemary Nusbaum, Randy Oakley Regmald Oestreicher, Richard '6Let's see, that house had eight or nine gables?" agp.-yi lj I ,L ' , fi , 'YW Q r ix 5 +- s ,pirat- A r r Q.. wx 5 ,,3. .::',g,-ggmrq. .v nqlgvql -am-: " mow Reed, Carolyn Reynolds, Brenda Richardson, Lois Rimmer, Rita Rogers, Nelda Rollins, Susan Roth, Alan Herman Sailers, Mary Samford, Larry Scheiern, Kathy Seale, Valerie Settles, George EX- , fait ' A r ay. sw 5 Y. o D sg -" X f . ,H s g ? X cf 'bis TS 3 X X , N S as rs, 5,9 ffl 3 .aa tb' 19" 3 Sharrock, Steve Shields, Gary Silvey, John Sinclar, Mark Sinor, Elaine Sires, Jeanette Skaggs, Mary Skinner, Calvin Smith, Carl Smith, Carol Snyder, Richard Snyder, Roger Sosehee, Carolyn Stephens, Ann Stephens, Berry Stephens, ,lan Stovall, Joseph Tando, Inez Taylor, .lim Thoma, John f's"X e""r 4:17 -1-zz .n-""' ffigtfid ae- up KW -4' ,fav 5 N. E Q lbw 34 41' 'in vs!-+"'x x Qs Q' 1.3 Thurman, Melinda Tobar, Salvador Tollerson, Brenda Trevino, Connie Trout, Leonard Turner, Jerry Turner, Ray Tussy, Norma Vaughn, Eddie Vela, Barbara Villarreal, Kitty Walker, Patricia Wai Williamson, Robert Willis, Jo Ann Willis, Susan Wilson, William I think I love him." Ward, Cathy Way, Connie Webster, Kathy Wegman, John Whilman, Fred Wilbanks, Marty Wiley, Martha Williams, Bobbie Williams, Eddie Williams, Johnny ,ap xv as Wood, Sterling Woody, Connie Wooten, Don '-g four, five, six and carry the one." "I could have been queen if I'd wanted to run." "Aw shucks, ya'll didn't really have to cheer us." L , 'A ff. vnu, Q ,f imp ' . ,., 4 16:1 y ge . .. f,,- , ' fQ1f ' ,ww 1- f f , .1 ' I 5 ri "and 1 was Alllllmost persuaded." '5Little does he know I'm reading 'True Love Confessions." is M 2 A 3, g r 6 .L I, .2 "Hold it, Captain Nice is here ...... I" L'She said to hang my head, and if youive ever had your head hanged" I69 , x I 967 Sophomore Class Officers I fe. 'H If " if Miss Adcock's Homeroom Row I: Kathryn Gould, Linda Harrison, Jana Belvins, Dana Clary, Debbie Crouch, Julia Biscomb, Mary Cota, Row 2: Brenda Doty, Susan Taylor, Charlene Bowdoin, Maria Hernandez, Phyllis Rocher, Judy Huddleston, Robyn Bryant, Beth Dewease, Row 3: Marvin Cannon, John Allen, Billy Dawns, George Branch, Robert Cranford, Kenneth Bourell. Row 4: James Aricheta, Michal Hix, Larry James, Billy Cantrell, Zack Berry, Richard Brannon, Thomas Adams, Clifford Baker. Mrs. Burrow's Homeroom Row 1: Christine Couch, Carolyn Evans, Janis Fallis, Kay Row 2: Irvin Martin, Mariana Greene, Ann Keeter, Margie McConathy, Sandra Jansen, Sarah Hargis, Sharon Hall, Row 3 Knight, Thomas Davis, Michael McLaughlin, Jackie Cooper, William Dewease, Burt Fain, David Clary, Row 4: Jimmy Murillo, Carter, David Dixon, Jerry Clark, Mike Carr, Gilbert Martinez, Furman Callaway. ' 1 X r ,j l7I Miss CopeIand's Homeroom 'EFI Row 1: Rosemary Abrigo, Debbie Kelly, Marjorie Hufstetler, Virginia, Alcala, Jan Dollar, Karen Hobson, Sandra Lemmond. Row 2: Nancy Newman, Ruth Morales, Reba Lambert, Brenda Brown, Virgina Rogers, Paula Jones, Lynn Williams, Benito Juarez. Row 3: William Hudson, Ken Huneycutt, Edward Milkie, Bobby Lopez, Steve Dalon, Harold King, Gary Hodge, Ricky Lem- mon. Row 4: Henry Jarnagin, Darrell Kay, John Henderson, Gary Wesson, Ernest Hernandez, Joe Daniels, Paul Hoffman, Jim Lee. Nlr. Ewing's Homeroom Row I: Elizabeth Taylor, Josephine Paredez, Mary Dunn, Rebecca Herndon, Ernestine Simmons, Kathy Jordan. Row 2: Virginia Sutton, Mary Stanley, Landa McDaniel, Sharon Sanders, Dorthy Travis, Bonnie Tschoerner, Rose Espinosa. Row 3: Ronny Brents, Donald Wilson, James Goodwin, Joel Hinojosa, Pete Velasquez, Jerald Garner. Row 4: Joe Walker, Lary Smith, Gary MacFadden, Henry Walker, Jerry Webb, Johnny Cates, Mark Wolfe, Jim Hollebeke, Larry Ivey. I72 S A 1 .v Mrs. Jes+er's Homeroom ' J i . se , .,,. S, ' ' is I f 5+ "L J 9 ' A 1-:F 1 ii I --1, ,M il K' , 1-. , ' it A inf! r," , , S- ,. .. . tv- , an ' ' , 5 . 'WA "5 I VM ff ' li. ' .. ,:. ,X .,,,,, ,g , C y. F - M , . k J ,, N, ,,..,,, c . A1 or J ' J f:9e+.'axi'i R c J . ff. at Q ' as Q J if We at -aaa t f - J 2 F r f J at , - , , if if 5 S f . " " V - V ' J' 2-L 5 , . 31, - - 4, ' -X if K N V I vve 1 'K www I 2 I 'V I Q f aw., . VL 'J ' .. P ' ' W. W. , "mm U . R V A 'J " Wim f f. L 2. are K A 3 v, Q1 . H M5 . 1 f' ' If Q We A , . 1 V 'J -Qf!6'vlx::5 tw", 2 'u4n,.,!5q,fre'gU'55, xxgizgi Y 4 , Q F F :Z-gi2f:?iw?2??ff" J . ' K i ff 3'!ffrTv'f R, L i W - H: i at 3-A 5 2L'::E23EE',fi" 4, f'Ttsg'34 ' 15 i if f 1, A ',ZT0lr"' ' I S.-0,3 I Row 1: Brenda Ranne, Nancy Mote, Susan Klapproth, Debbie Hinz, Doris Rogers, Adela Rodriguez, Rose Navarro. Row 2: Cynthia Philpot, Chrystal McMahon, Veronica McDonald, Ann Merril, Vicky Mitcham, Earlene Pearson, Kathleen Nelson, Mary Mulcahy, Karen Roach, Linda Newton. Row 3: Steve Hiegal, Rex Haitt, Ermilo Ramirez, Jackie Glenn, Jackie Rawls, Gary Croce, Harry Hubbard, Billy Pillow, Doug King. Row 4: John Kemble, Floyd Ridgler, Freddie Howard, Larry Richards, Al Kay, Ricky Kembrougb, Jim Hollowell, Robert Lee, William Poe. Mrs. Larner's Homeroom Row I: Brenda Thill, Billie Roane, Barbara Williams, Thersa Soto, Debbie White, Kathy Zimmerman, Lynne Sarner. Row 2: Martha Baysinger, Emily Davis, Donna Whittingham, Linda Henry, Susie Rowland, Mary Jane Miller. Row 3: Billy Thomas, Larry Tatum, Gary Turner, Doug Smith, Tino Valdez, Farrell Tretter. Row 4: James Wallis, Gary Starnes, Ruben Velo, Dennis Upton, John Turner, Robert Watkins, Robbie Shappard, Learon Tidwell, Steve Wiggens. l73 Mr. Nunn's Homeroom ' f 5 , , Q 2 wa ' . 'W Q f-4U,,v'wfz,-f I , V ii i ,", 2 3' ' av I , iff ' , 1?if:fIi i.IT:nf wffzrifis. y 'Q 5-I , f:':H,gta.f. f fwg:,"i'.gfffggii., -9, I nl ' Q. - "" W f Row 1: Charlotte Baysinger, Darlene Reese, Dorothy Thurman, Margie Strickland, Donna Woody, Kathy Shaw. Row 2: Dorothy Rodgers, Brenda Snyder, Evelyn Hernandez, Deborah Jenkins, Lorene Foreman, Jackie Roberts, Marge Hogan. Row 3: Paul De- Luna, Richard Miller, Salvador Amador, John Danford, Curtis Nottingham, Wayne Cardwell, Terry Darling, Bill McCord. Row 4: Bill Orton, Robert Sheaier, Wesley Dean, Phil Flatt Ricky Meyers, Daniel Meeks, Nicky Nix, Tom Pollard. Miss Paige's Homeroom im! 'f s x t etls Il Row 1: Sharon Dale, Marsha Mills, Jo Ann Alsip, Carol Mason, Karla Brown, Marilyn Nix. Row 2: Joyce Ortiz, Carolyn Bla- lock, Beverly Johnson, Teresa Carr, Joy Halbrook, Lonna Rhodes. Row 3: Jimmy Bickerstaff, Tommy Renolds, John Rose, Joe Richard, Gerald Lotzer, Alton Culverhouse, Walter Parks. Row 4: Albert Borrego, Ricky Oliver, Roy Navarro, Kenneth Bone, Danny Aguilar, Durwood Dickson, Bruce Stroud, Warner De Ford. I74 Miss 9waner's Homeroom Row I: Diane Gipson, Nancy Anderson, Becky Foreman, Kathy Clark, Jeanette Carter, Sharon Clark, Rebecca Murphy. Row 2: Carol Anderson, Linda Barker, Michal Arostegui, Debbie Blalock, Liz Barton. Row 3: Luther Fletcher, Richard Blaisdell, Curtis Fullen, Charlie Barnes, David Brown, Howard Garcia, Hectar Alcman. Row 4: Kenneth Woodard, Jack Frampton, Ronald Carl, Stephen Donaldson, Dan Dickson, Israel Cavzos, Joseph Alcala. 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Row 3: Chris Smith .Jimmy Yen, Gary Smith, Randy Daniels, David Carr, Ricky Cross, William Smith, John Taylor. Row 4: Gerald Walk er, Robert Starr,'Russell Goodenough, Leslie Tanton, Raymond Taylor, Tony Williams, Glenn Tuthill, Tommy Wil- banks, Wayne Wilson, Russell Stonecypher. Mrs. Henrg's Homeroom Row 1: Kathy Laborde, Carol Marshall, Pat Mapel, Debby Hadaway, Mary MacDonald. Row' 2: Kathy Hobson, Dar- lene Hutchins, Rayna Lewellyn, Beatris Gonzales, Clara Rios. Row 3: Roger Jenkins, David Little, Troy Hanks, Charles McClure, Jimmy Gomez, James Haskins, George Gage, Roy Mecke. Row 4: Hector Hernandez, Jan Hager, Boyd McClure, Jimmy Janes, James Hager, Don Mason, Henry Massey, John Morgan, Morris Lee. 1 Mrs. Lander's Homeroom 2 Row 1: Sharon Cragg, Linda Carty, Irma Casas, Jerry Bates, Diane Alverez, ,Sylvia Adams, Lottie Edwards, Deborah Short. Row 2: Richard Bennett, Terry Ashley, Tommy Cook, Johnny Alcala, Tommy Byrd. Row 3: Danny Cade, Terry Clark, Gilbert Casas, William Massey, Kevin Clark, Ernest Wyndham. Row 4: Cary Bell, Larry Carroll, Wiley Crager, Robert Burgess, Evert Bright, Lonnie Brents. Mrs. Morales' Homeroom ,,,- r 'a -' , . I Us s ' .Q i f S if . 18 S . '- f gg 5 s a V R ,, . ,r, L-Pe if , K sl f L Vffffy ml. " 5 W af., sm, 'V we . H ,,,, rf , ' 4 or tg f 0 -.. L 4 f , in rg! P... r .3 fr Row 1: Delia Ortega, Connie Hawkins, Mona Reid, Pat Dunn, Dolores Ortega. Row 2: Frances Schwartz, Mary Zim- merman, Barbara Musick, Sylvia Mora, Carolyn Scheiern. Row 3: Ray Pennington, Curtis Olive Manuel Sanchez Richard Salas, Carl Rankin, Donald Nelson. Row 4: Larry Reese, Richard Miller, Martin Rowiley, David Petty: George Nelson, David Moseley. Mr. Qievenson's Homeroom ,lm Row 1: Row 2: Sharon Christine Frayre, Sandra Hash, Martha Hinojosa, Becky Otis, Dorothy Farmer, Karen Jones, Gail,Holden. Sinor, Rebecca Ewing, Joan Hundley, Helen Kilpatrick, Janis Lucky, Donna Swanson. Row 3: Leonard Bennett, David Deluna, Daniel Deluna, Mike Foley, Johnny Grizzle, Stanley Davis, Bobby Ginn, Mike Gates, John Haley. Row 4: Carolton Evans, Ernest Fredrickson, Chris Day, Johnny Estep, Rockey Frey, Ronnie Grady, Jackie Estep, Ronnie Davis, Mike Grizzle, Terry Gautney. i 5 fy 731' -na 7755 K fa Gilbert Garcia, Williams Mrs. Evans Homeroom :ills -4-1" g Bonefacio Hemandez, William McCullar, Louis Conde, James R. Oliver, .lannette Huffman, Michael Gi L F461 K gf N K k - 4-., 532, xX:"f 4, . Mx ,,, Adminisiraiion yw-we , -M -W ,W-M M, Mx gif, .,,. Eiga -L? N if gt! ,M 'if-N fm 5 Jil. V. f5iff'ii,s. 'LQHM' Q-9-4" 1 t W . Wfn ,Q A 5PSl1TV aiu-Evan .M-Z 557, ,fx QD Q --A-W J QM ew P f D80 35" 'Ab QS 64W Elm.. c:,,,, at---f-1 fgffbw ediied bg Darrene Goodman Kaihg Cludius ,,....:yw:'l,.L WWA? ww ,.Zsawr'fz's1lY.3?5Lr dw A Q f-sszzmzes lgzszzgqsriuw -- X ei fl 44 .,,,... ,. ,,.. ,, ,..,.. .. , , I 11 'Y " , ..-', ., ii ,,.., , fm, -- - 5. H :,:,,,,,W A K E A ,.m.,.,,M W Left to right: Jerry D. Wheatg John P. Creeng J. Willard Graggg Mrs. Vernon D. Ingramg Lee A. McSl1an Jr., Presidentg Dr. W. T. Whitey Field Scovell, Vice-Presidentg Percy E. Luecke, Jr. M.D.g James E. Joyg Mrs. Henri L. Bromberg, Jr. Board of Education and Administration Back Left to right: Dale Douglas, Deputy Superintendentg C. C. Millerg Hollis Alleng Don E. Matthewsg H. D. Pearson, As- sistant Superintendentsg W. T. White, Superintendent of Schoolsg Robert H. McKayg E. D. Walkerg Frank L. Williams, Assist- ant Superintendents. ji Planning. Serving, Principals Goal X W ,ff W! ,ffm-wqrfx N1 THOMAS W. MEEK, Principal Amidst the yearly planning of coming school' events, such as homecoming and student council activities, the high school princi- pal does many jobs. He is the organizer, the supervisor, the lead- er. The efficiency of the person is reflected in the efficiency of the school over which he presides. The efficiency of T. W. Meek is dem- onstrated in the effectiveness of all phases of the program at W. H. Adamson. 5 ir! i 3 3 . 5 R li J 1 ' 5. Q Q J .Q - "L:' Rogoe Larsen, Asst. Principal Working with students here at Big HA" are sev- eral counselors, such as Mr. Royce Larsen, Assist- ant Principal, who counsels individuals in whatever problems they may have at Adamson and Miss Helen Brown, pupil-personnel counselor, who also works with students in the attendance office. Stu- dents hegin planning their future college years with the help of Miss Carolyn Hyman and Miss Ruth Ruffin. Mr. Larsen holds the Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees from ETSU. :X X 4 Carolgn Hgman Senior Counselor BA., M.A.g University of Texas R i Helen Brown Pupil-Personnel Counselor B.A., Crennill College lVl.A., Northwestern University Ruth Ruffin Assistant Counselor BS., M.A. National Honor Society, Sponsor I85 GERALDINE HOLLOWAY Secretary The fact that a secretary is vital to the efficiency of a principal is illustrated in Mrs. Geraldine Hollo- way, who is always busy assisting Mr. Meek. Clerks Rachael Meanor and Kath- ryn Pemberton assist Miss Brown in keeping abtendance records. RACHAEL MEANOR KATHRYN PEMBERTON Attendance Clerks rw-f-...AM :Z me W' While the school nurse, Faye Ingram is a sympathetic listener to all those who are sick, others keep the records of the school in order. Mrs. Nettie Briges, counselor's clerk, is in charge of all school counseling records, and Mrs. Virginia Cafferata operates the data processing center for Adamson as well as for three other schools in the city. Librarians Lend a Helping Hand Adamson students rely greatly on the school librarians when they need books and information. Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Brown both put forth great effort and time in helping students along in their studies. They devote many long hours to arranging and supplying the library with both edu- cational and enlightening reading materials. GRACE BROWN, Asst. Librarian ELIZABETH SCOTT, Librarian B.A. in English Literature University of Texas M.L.S., TWU Words, Words. Words. teachers say them and students hear them . . . some- times. JAMES B. BATCHELOR ANN ADCOCK M.S., B.S.g ETSU B.A.g SMU Math, Head football Civics coach Ak H :S I Q 5 if Au X fi M i , f. .n,t' E L L t,gV' 1 WILLIAM E. BECKHART B. Musicg SMU Band Director 1, ' I, LK 2 f f 2 2 - f , H 5 GEORGE BROWNLEE B.S.g Howard Payne E' M.S.g TCU I' history, Oak financial L A staff . Mft' vxb KENNETH BRASHEAR JANE BLACKWELL Chemistry P.E., History B Team Coach B.S.g TWU B.A., M.A.g ETSC JCTC l90 JOHN CARTER REBECCA BURROW B.S., M.Ed.g ETSU: B.A.g Hardm Slmmons Math, University Basketball Head French, Entre Nous Coach Cf ED CASON B.S.g ETSU M.Ed.g NTSU Math, Track, Asst. Football gs? gms N VV-' t il rf HAROLD DUNCAN B.A.g Baylor English DALE B. DUDLEY B.A.g University of Texas Allied Youth Chess Club Tennis History D V ef MYRNA B. COPELAND A C BA.: NTSU A Latin, English . - 1, 1Y'.. Lhky VKLLV Mig: A3 ' iii A C ,isyys . lil i ,, i ii il-' L W ' . 7 Q -,', V VQV ix .ZH fiZ,i-7 :1. , 'MW' fm. M , C 1 5 DAVID A. FORGEY B.A., M.Ed.g NTSU Civics Student Council Projectionists Honor Study Hall JANE ETHERIDGE B.A., M.A.g SMU Senior Class Sponsor English Dept. Chairman Q Q, A s f' fp 3 ff yr 'J X.f R7 . . SUZANNE EVANS B.A., M.A.g De Paul Univ. Special Education Q" WILLIAM EWINC 9 B.S.g NTSU P.E. ' Golf Team 0 Q X S a , ,, 5 ,qg'Wz'I:j l ?. - Q a It xzigfzj. , gap, 3 fa , 2 :asf R , . COL. ALAN FULTON B.S.g U.S. Military Academy ROTC Rifle Team and Drill Team Sponsor Commandant BULA HAMM Study Hall REBECCA GEIGER University of Texas, Home Economics in TERRY GREENE B.S.g NTSU Science ,sf .h.-.,. .,.. ma . . , .. Av 4- xy , , XJ Q 'iwl'0"""ilW4 1 RAY HARDAWAY B.S., Mm., ETSU Woodshop JOYCE HENRY B.B.A.g Baylor M.B.E.g NTSU Typing, Shorthand, Y-Teens DECLAN HOFFMANN B.S.g NTSU Biology, Phi Beta Chi ,, , 3 ff f A2 , if 1- . ff i 1 52 . - kW,, Q NNW. 'B yh y Ji? ROBERT L. JOHNSTON B.S., M.Ed.g NTSU Journalism, Speech English Acom Sponsor Oak Sponsor National Thespians Quill 81 Scroll "2 I My 4... , gf ,sl YE MRS. HELEN F. LARNER B.A., M.A.g University of Maryland Ready Writers xp ff F78 X f' MRS. JANET JESTER B.A.g University of Texas, Ready Writers, Future Teachers MRS. MARY FRANCES LANDER B.S.g NTSU F.B.L.A. Sponsor Typing yff- Y? I 96 5 ef' J JEROME C. MADDISON B.S.g Southwest Missouri State University M.Ed.g NTSU Mechanical Drawing VALOISE MASSEY B.A.g Midwestern University English GARY MARRS B.S.g UT Key Club Sponsor C Team Coach History QOH-- NELL PAGE B.S.g ETSU Distributive Education BS Ms ETSU TexzisA8z.M, Univ. of Texas I X2 ' X 'ef ' Q . .mm 'XX K i --'- XM X, 4 'ir BETTY SEWELL B.S.g NTSU Leopardette Sponsor, P.E. 1-,s,r-W LEOLA RAMSEY B.S.g NTSU Jr. Red Cross MARY ANN PAIGE Homemakmg B.S.g ETSU Bookkeeping, Typing ff' if .iffif ,K fu. N. RACHEL SNODDY B.A., M.A.g University of Texas I Senior Class Sponsor Math B. B. STEVENSON B.S.g University of Texas M.Ed.g NTSU History, Baseball Coach MARY HELEN ,,,,,, ,,,r f K V SWANER 3 Cheerleaders L 'Z C 4' . JOSEPH E. TEACUE B.M.E., M. Music University of Tulsa Select Chorus LARRY VERMILLION B.S.g ETSU Physics, Biology Science Club HATTIE WILBUR B.A.g SMU Art Art Club 1n,.x'f-e ww 4 - ., H .lf v , 5 Q EX ,, . L . 1 2.2 N i " f-f W MA A, , ,- Ik Q 1, if W1 E11 Exim' Eggs... Head Custodian, MR. B. H. The Custodial Staff TALLMANg , M RWM f'fi, X, A W?-Q. 9121 rw A Assistant Head Custodian, MR. JAMES STAGG. Cusiodial And Lunchroom 9+affs 1 .Nm Dietitian, MISS SUZANNE WATSON B.S.g NTSU 202 ,W,..,,,.,-t. ,. i I L. Q V A Q cv 0 ii'r Q1 . , V1 - . s Y? IW -,V vt If 2 L .i I gi! ,K ' N t , wwf A I , ' 1 2 ,v 4,L,,,,, Y , ' M -V '1 2 . ,A 'lt ' S - - '- ' X f ' 'A' ,fi,t,. f. 'te - niii M M . . A t' v""'Z ' A S' ' Y " - ' -W .I 1 , ti i :Qi n M V14 , 'W M . C. ,,,,,: g-Aj 'tftvf M' ' 1'-' ,I '41, ' ' -""' - ' " Y ' ,'-t :Ink , ' - 'M' The Lunchroom Staff P-TA Serves School Pres.: Mrs. Keene F. Ludden V. Pres.: Mrs. Clyde Sailor Dir. of Organization: Mrs. Adam Bliss Dir. of Program Service: Mrs. John Zimmerman Dir. of Social Activities: Mrs. J. Ray Hollis Dir. of Public Welfare: Mrs. J. L. Henderson Dir. of Education: Mrs. R. H. Gatewood Dir. of Health: Mrs. John W. Cameron Dir. of Efficiency: Mrs. Joe Thomas Dir. of Publicity: Mrs. Robert Smith Recording Sec.: Mrs. Bill Leslie Corresponding Sec.: Mrs. T. P. Keeter Treas.: Mrs. W. G. Woehleke Historian: Mrs. Victor Barton Parliamentarian: Mrs. .lack Melton Delegates to Council: Mrs. R. P. Rasor, Mrs. Harry Bachman Adamson Aided bg Dads' Club Pres.: Warren G. Harding Programs: George W. Puckett M embership: Thurmon M. Fisher Finance 62: Entertainment: Frank M. Farmer Publicity: - W. C. Woehleke Improvements: E. Leon Hensley Assistant: J. R. Hollis Athletics: Royce Walters Assistant: Bernis Vaughn Secretary: Jack Laughlin Treasurer: L. 0. 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J Q' J L dx, 121 N .J .1 Kiwi fe-X . lf HERBIE DODD WYNNEWOOD TEXACO 2204 S. Llewellyn "Home ol Friendly Service' 9 4 Congra+uIa+ions Seniors '67 Au+horized Dealer TRUELOVE WH I-I082 GULF SERVICE STATION 2 I 50 Wynnewood Village 2320 S. Zangs a+ Illinois McCIean's Cycle 8: Mower FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE. WE SPECIALIZE K S OOD' AND STEAK5. INSTALLATION + CLEANOUT IN MEXICAN FOOD, EAF lk MATERIAL SERVICE 'I' REPAIR BELMONT CHEF RESTAURANT J. F. SMITH AND SONS 90' H W H1 A Dallas' OIcIes+ SepI'ic Tank Concern RI 82,369 ve' WH 3-4303 LYO 'GRAY L MBER COMPAN 700 Marsalis Parkway WH 3-4323 207 FORWARD willi The Friendly People of Oak Cliff SUNDAYS GRACE TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH 3333 . L Ornln OPS IP I0'I'I1 8: TYLER . . . DOWNTOWN OAK CLIFF . . . WH 8-7587 SVTZLEP -- I ljfkq ., r"'Wi"Viga -A I i l i X I IEIIIE a!!!:2 SEX L Q is m EI Ci mm Em mm EIU EI V, Eh! gilglmugmli I ll gisii-iiif"'+"'3EiEiaE..E I: ii i 2:3 Beaufiful Audi+orium 0 Adequa'Ie Parking 0 Immaculafe Nursery CONGRATULATIONS!! SENIORS JOHN P. SQUIER CO. FLUID MEASUREMENT ENGINEERS Dallas 208 PEARL FEED AND SUPPLY TALLENT BROS. FURNITURE "Reasonably Priced" LIBERAL TERMS 2260 W. Illinois al Hamplon FE I-6444 "Feeds for Profil or PIeasure" I I I6 Sou'I'h Beckley Dallas 24, Texas WH 6-OOI 5 I+'s Nol' Whal You Gel' Oul' of Life Thal' Counls, Bul' Whal' You Pul Inlo II' GALILEAN BAPTIST CHURCH 20I Easl' Tenlh TOM BRIDGES Pa sfor For God so loved Ihe world Ihal I-Ie gave I-Iis only begollen Son, Ihal whosoever believelh in I-lim should nol perish buf have everlasling life. John 3:I6 Bul God commandelh His love Ioward us, in Ihal, while we were yel sinners, Chrisl dies lor us. Romans 5:8 FERRELI. R ANGLER'S SUPPLY B E M 202I So. Beckley U 'Mas' Texas 75224 L BUILDING MATERIALS "Fea+hers lor Any Purpose" 58I5 W. Jefferson a+ Loop I2 FE I-65I4 WEDDINGS CHILD STUDIES CATHEY'S I-louse of Portraits 2026 F'r. Worfh Avenue Phone WH 8-8900 COMMERCIAL GLAMOUR Complimenis Cong ra+uIaI'ions of Seniors '67 EDNA WWSON ROWLEY THEATRES Class of '4I TEXAS WYNNEWOOD VOGUE HEIGHTS HAMPTON ROAD AND JEFFERSON DRIVE-IN'S Paojeuianal Paumfpiion plmamacied. 500 W. Jefferson WH 6-2I55 WH 6-2I6I 34II S. Lancas'I'er FR I-3404 240I Kiesi' a+ HampI'on FE I-4343 OAK CLIFF FLORAL "For Every Blooming Thing" 2I I E. Colorado WH I-56I6 CompIimen'I's of FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF OAK CLIFF 330 Easl' Ann Arbor Dallas I6, Texas JAMES L. COOPER, Pasfor 2II STEREO CITY "The Home of Beffer WH 3-7376 2006 S. Beckley SI'ereo" TOM BRUNSON Prescripfions I-2 I9 N. Beckley ai' Colorado Dallas, Texas Phone WH 6-2 I23 WH 3-aBo3 LEVERINGTON JEWELERS Jewelry made fo Order 20 Years Experience I can make, duplicafe or repair anyfhing in Diamond, Gold or Plafinum Jewelry Wafch and Clock Repairing 905 W. Jefferson Dallas, Texas True Diamond Rings WH 6-0729 Bulova Wafches Jewelry 8: Wafch-Repairing Cerfified Masfer Wafchmaker R. B. RAYMOND JEWELER AI' Bishop 8: Jefferson Sf. DUDLEY M. HUGHES FUNERAL HOME "I-lome of Personal Service" 400 Easf Jefferson Ambulance Service WH 6-SIPI3 R. B. "BOB" RAYMOND Boa sa. Bishop MATTYE MAUDE RAYMOND Dallas B, Texas . IT'S A MOD, MOD. MOD WORLD AT COLBERT'S 220 W. Jefferson WH 3-11666 2I2 1 f if Craftsmanship is unchanging, though its techniques have been revolutionized endlessly through the years. Craftsmanship is prerision . . . knowledge . . . dexterity - patienre. But most of all, craftsmanship is pride in the job - pride that goes beyond pay or price or profit. A! Craftsmanship is not a system that can be installed by engineers. It is an indefinable element that is bred into the fabric of an organization by inspired leadership and unending insistence upon produring only the F finest. Craftsmanship works through Y the mind and the hand, but its genesis is in the heart. 'O G 5 7' SQQXA QP anne. if 'Q an 'GW ' I 'QRJ9 Q 53 2I3 I ,W quad' - W,-Q' avl- Klldfmf 5 diff: 'QL -'Moab DWfS Of S-o4f.'a4W'5 60447, .o MW vmhfwzjrwyvwwhk- i ,' ,,7,,,,dg-n'6 4,a...-.7y' x9'-GL 0111419 4-brnpm-6-vu -'UG-'ff 'gnu' 2667? wgzm , 54 'faq 1 eww ,F 0446 7? -aw 'aw -04,4 uaasxnsgawfb. WM -344, Haw-Jw f' ww 5 014-0 A449 DALLAS, TEXAS ARLINGTON, TEXAS l052 W. Camp Wisdom R 903 Park Row CA 4-352I uc? 4-5531 Li RZ? 5 0 DALLAS, TEXAS Casa View Drug l030I Ferguson Rd. DA 8-439I 5-I0 BEN FRANKLINS 5-I0 Kiesf and Polk Vi lage Open: 8:30-8:30 Mon. Ihru Fri. 9:00-7:00 Sal. GOO DMAN'S IN OAK CLIFF Pianos and Organs Nearly a half cenfury of music merchandising Thomas Transisfor Organs Kohler 81 Campbell Pianos-Since I889 Janssen Pianos-Over l00 years 3I2 W. Jefferson 6l2 E. Jefferson WH 2-I387 WH 3-8868 BesI' Wishes Io Adamson High School S'l'uden+s and Facully From CLIFF TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunsef and Zangs- Tenlh and Beckley Uhr Obak Gllirff lgrrahgivrian Glhnrrh TenI'h and Madison invifes you Io ioin us in worship Sunday Morning 8:30 A.M. I l:O0 A.M. Sunday Evening 7:30 P.M. Sunday Morning 9:45 A.M. Sunday Allernoon 6:00 P.M. lAdulIl and in his service every day Youlh Choirs leading worship each Sunday nighl Pasfor-EDWARD S. BAYLESS Associale Pasfor- H ,AA Joi-IN A. si-lure C DR. DAROLD H. MORGAN-PasI'or ng uf F' I X , Minisfer of Music- -qi' f"'y!'l 1, w. c. EVERITT f Ii WH 6-06II CATES PHARMACY wi-I i-sooo Prescriplions We lnvi'Ie Charge Accoun'rs FREE DELIVERY 8 A.M. 'lo I0 P.M. I0 A.M. 'Io 7 P.M. Sundays 2l0l S. Edgefield Vermonf and Ewing WH 8-7303 WH 6-ZI79 BISHOP AUTO GLASS CO. A Complele Aulo Glass and Upholslery Service Door Locks Repaired I03 W, Beckley FurniI'ure and WH 6-06II Desk Tops 2I5 4 x - l qiEfgp+ Nyilgghf gggnsr': ELECTRIFYING PEOPLE -1 ' U f e i 1. - - ei L , M if ' qqpwwa fzliayjcfkey - -. - Beast p - - ..... - .... - .. M as -' , J V - . V - Lfl o - ' Most Likely to Go in Orbit Nowheresville - --------- -- - A fr - ....-.... .. - ... - 3 f wet S f Lf - -im .i...... - ....i 12322 it V G 'penny ' X, uhh Amfk'-' bfkykuv X MJ R 'A .i MJ, V53 fl, ' QD T Q Kiki wif Wk' is ,- 4 1-iilijv " I l'1V,klXlk' , I' pm K 'llf'X'X,lrQ,f I .LJ M P it WFP' ,ii ,Eff , ,, i 'le Most Likely to Become Vice President Likek Wowllx '7Qi'CXlJi i "i-V' i1ii "Q er"re'e erzgr" r"e r'r'eer"'-rr'r Wg? Q' " f f 00 if., W -7 , Wlll EQQCQWETL ,-.---- -,----,,----- K ?2'j- ,In - i F I M - . QQ lfrlawwliz L . U 'Dbl l Most Likely to Be in Your Future ee l Young Modems Live Better Electrically D RQ? nAu.As Powsn a uc:-rr coMPANv Y Your Symbol al Quolily - BUCK 9 ..-......... , PARK Dwwwfw FG ? l'l A R IV' Q E Y 4 , L onus, IEXAS 1 . a AM. TIL l0 PM. if No. I - Beckley ol Woodin - WHiIehoIl 6-5186 N . - ' I n 'n - 2 Psllldoy lf? ' 'Oo FR an 6 7383 revolves 0 '1M?ff00J'100 " ' No. 3 - 4228 So. Lancaster FR klin I-l3l4 ow. An n., swf., No. 4 - Loncoster, Texas Phone 6212 cloud s...4.1, No. 5- 3424 Sunny Vole Dr. - FR klin l-l355 Clolud Sundhv No. 6 - 2920 N. Hcmplon Rd. Rl e de 7-9793 Sunday IOOO , OO "Our Kind of Bank" s r A r 5 1 A 1 'I oanwmafuwars MEMBEHEDIA WHlTE'S FLORAL "When l+'s Flowers . . . Say H Wi+h Ours" 2I I Wes? Colorado Phone: WH I-5I7O WH I-5I56 qNigh+3 FE I-3790 TYLER STREET METHCDIST CHURCH Tenlh af Polk Says q Congralulalions SENIORS '67 2l7 GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE Refail Division of The Goodyear Tire 8: Rubber Company TIRES-BATTERIES GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES CAR 81 HOME MERCHANDISE 626 W. Jefferson Dallas, Texas 75208 Phone: WH 6-8I4I Color 8: Black 8: Whife Sfereo 8: Radios JACK ANDREWS 'COLOR TV CURTIS MATHES, MOTOROLA 8: RCA Sales and Service Phone WH 8-6003 245 Wynnewood Villa Phone-FE I-3777-235 Wesfcliff Mall Open 9:00 A.M. fo 6:00 P.M. Thursday,UnfiI 8:30 P.M. A 81 B FABRICS TEXAS SEED AND PLANT , , COMPANY PaH'erns-Tape-Brands-Zlppers I Lace-Thread-NeedIes-Bu'H'ons Good Luck To Class of 67 Mimnery Supplies sza E T +h wi-ll II24 . en - WH 2-62I2 ALTA HICKS 2609 S. BecIrIey LLOYD'S CREDIT .IEWELERS STUDENT WH I-4084 ACCOUNTS INVITED 207 W. Jefferson WH 6-0283 R. A. Branch BRANCH'S BARBER SHOP 2002 W. Clarendon Dr. WE SPECIALIZE IN GOOD I-IAIRCUTS Open 7:30 'ro 6:30-Open Thurs. Evenings Closed Mondays KINGv'S BOOK STORE SCHOOL TEXTS AND SUPPLIES PAPER BACKS-BOOKS OF ALL KINDS Same Locafion Since I93I 929 W. Jefferson WH 8-8665 New and Remodeling Cabinefs AII Worlc Guaranfeed Drain Boards BILL FERRELL INSURANCE AGENCY BRUCE B. FEATHERSTON "For all your Insurance needs." BUILDING -CONTRACTOR 58 I5 W. Jefferson FE I-4346 Res. Phone I 902 S. Tyler WH I-I230 Dallas, Texas ,,.. , VIE HOUR .I - ,I RTIIIIZIII6 RY CLEANING JOHN HIEGEL'S ONE HOUR MARTINIZING 26I4 S0u+I1 Hampfon 702 Wynnewood Village FE I-4203 WI'I 6-4435 2I9 CongraI'uIa'I'ions Seniors '67 BURDEN BROTHERS INC. 2020 N. Beckley WH 2-I6I I PARDUE CANDY COMPANY 4I II Min+ Way Dallas, Texas FE9-7I7I Wholesale Candies-Tobaccos-Drugs Sundries-School Supplies MILLER'S FLORIST When You Think of Flowers . . . Think of Ours J. B. AND LOUISE MILLER 3003 S. LancasI'er Bus. FR I-2373 Dallas, Texas Res. CA 3-6580 TYLER JEWELERS 840 Wilson Building RI-8-7802 WATCH. CLOCK. 81 JEWELRY REPAIRING ACCURACY GUARANTEED CRYSTALS FITTED , I, Ii., ,iyivpii .,,,, ,, ,,,. ,,,, ,, ,i,,,,,., gm ,. 4 i.E........f N wi 'I ,.+mf"iii'f if tr: ' Ili CJ I I ,, ' I 3 , I W A .E I I -. I , I' Q I H. ff if I 'I I P' 5 WIN if 5 I- E' I . 1- I I I I , M ,, i I l ii W i. M , . AA -rmwm If , W . 1 ,,""i, 'V I E g ,agp 'T' K ii 0 'ai ' ,i , 4. ,La-1. FLOWERLAND I2I W. Colorado WH 6-8 I47 WHITE okcl-nos-5.oo PURPLE ORCHIDS-3.00-3.00 CARNATIONS-L00 up FOOTBALL Mums-i.oo GUITARS-ACCESSORIES PRIVATE LESSONS BOYD GUITAR SCHOOL CLYDE BOYD-Direcfor BOYD MUSIC CO. So. Beckley Sfudio Dallas, Texas R95- FR I-3544 220 Complimenfs 'Io Ihe SENIOR CLASS of '67 OUR FOOD STORE zos w. Fiffh WH 2-8894 ftp! -DORIS WOCD- BRIDAL 8. PARTY SERVICE Invi+aI'ions, flowers, pho+ography, eleganl lable decoralion, personally supervised ca+ering. Dis'rinc+ive Personal Service "QuaIiIy Wilh Economy In lvlincl . ,cy mi ...ffl ...- . ,ff S, , Bnrfhday-Par+y-Special Occasion Cakes ds- ,H-,-'w,...'sf. 1 , W , Weddings as Individual as Each Bride 336 W. Davis WH 2-3302 ak Cliff 'llirih una HEY STUDENTS . . . THE GAK CLIFF TRIBUNE SERVING TI-IE COMMUNITY WEST CE TI-IE RIVER SINCE l903 READ HI-TIMES News of Junior and Senior High School 333 Tribune Drive Call FR 6-4343 22I nm? my WW UU. MLQYZF MMM Wig .LMW -1, ,FLMLW .f.0...L QICLLQ Z-ZZIZL, '6'4Q,o.fu.4,f.....4fU-L 0-Q-w-0--an 'E-F0-f-A-u'9S-""-J-J . ' "WIwa as + be s id, " -www Em, FROM SR Q7 CLARK'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS I32 N BECKLEY-DALLAS TEXAS JOE H. CLARK, owner 5 ususq WH 2-4343-KRESJ FR 4-7946 Moforola TV-Hi-Fi 8: Siereo CHARLIE'S T.V. SERVICE CLINIC Sales and Service CoIor and Black 8: WI1H'e I I5 W. Illinois WH 3-733l Dallas, Texas 75224 ACCENT COIFFURES PERSONALIZED STYLING 3 ,ffilfi LC RVICE, C h I WH' 3-s1 l 12 I Dance +0 +I1e Sound of KEJVIILY I. C. DEERE TRANSFER 81 an 'I e GUARDIANS STORAGE, INC. KEMPY RAWLINGS LARRY SAMFORD FE 9-7534 WH 2-I873 I02 Nor'rI1 Ewing DaIIas, Texas Besi' Wishes, Seniors, I967 MOSELEY'S BARBER SHOP Long Disfance Moving 904 Vermoni' ar Ewing I BUFORD OWE "We need your head in our business N CHARLES DEERE ADDED FACILITIES SomeI'I1ing 'For 'II1e ENTIRE 'FamiIy indoor AUTOMATIC ARCHERY indoor BASEBALL BATTING indoor GOLF DRIVING BILLIARDS and SNOOKER SLOT CAR RACEWAY pIus NEW RESTAURANT Mosi' compIe'I'e PRO SHOPS in Dallas WH 3-7473 Home of The "PIT CLUB" ALL UNDER ONE ROOF ALL SEASON CLIMATE DON SPYKER, Manager One of I'I1e Finesi Bowling Lanes Anywhere NEW BRONCO FUN BOWL 224 2600 Fori' Wor+I1 Ave. Jusi' Wes+ of Hampion Road ,ww we Y ACME WOOD SHOP 27l4 E. lI'l'l1 WH 2-65l2 Custom Cabinets 81 Doors General Millwork QSUW i O. B. GOODMAN'S GULF SERVICE CENTER I445 S. Ewing WH 60l58 I n ,fic o'o"'o 4 , 0, 0 Q .-sf:-: ' "Z'3I'2'3 Q , 'v 0 Q Q . . .,. I . . .-.'.'.'.'.'. . 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SMITH FUNERAL DIRECTORS 800 Wesf Jefferson Avenue WH 6-ZI46 9I2 W. Jefferson WH 3-46II Aufa Commercial Life Fire. Homeowners Hospi+ali1a+iQn agnes o'g rady FR I-3044 5I5 Golden Triangle Cenfer Polk af Highway 67 Soufh JIM GUMIM SAM NELSON STATE WIDE INSURANCE AGENCY 826 So. Hampfon WH l-034-I Bonds Aufo Loans 229 R.O.T.C. COMPANY "B" C. O. RIC HARDWICK Sponsor: BRENDA CLARK Wash Tire Repairs GI-gage ROB!! SBNICS IVY COX SHAMROCK SERVICE STATION IBI9 Soufh BecI:Iey Complimenfs of MORTON FOOD INC. COMPANY "C" 6333 Den+on Drive C. O. CHARLES CONINE FL I-329I Sponsor: DEBBIE WHITE NAVARRO CUSTOM AUTOMOTIVE 8I5 Denley Drive WH 6-8232 CONGRESSMAN JOE POOL "l am proud of my early govern nl Jrraining a+ Adamson High School. l'r has enabled me +o beHer s e our Cily, S+a+e and Nalion as your Uniled Srales Conqressma 5 fxfkj ' Y bb QNX 'W ml N50 JJ W3 V 0 Y Pl' l 'f ffl db fri y of , ln 3 Cya ,SDM ffl no Ml poll Wu W RCW lf' X f A, dvqjiw l Weill XG J awe lull ZANGS BOWL nfl' If 333 W. KIEST FR 6-8246 , we MM. ?T ibn ,l,,,, , The Magnifioeni Seniors '67 Oscar Kirby Burrell, Jr. James Clinton Newell Michael Randolph Pullen Stephen Sanders Maris Leonard Gregory Milke George Hardy Ellis James Heath Clary it mg Q 'YOUR ..g r zNALS,g HIE Ju-sr, ROUND 1 4 1 p glggwf X1 .nl T YS 54 X A X . w. 1 Q a Q . . ' N 5 M- 1 f Q7 1 sf, j - .. ..,.k 3 "V, i S ' it f . -. Y QW A ,. 'ffm RELATIVE covmmrgf mc NATURE or mf -i O i :mx .. 1 . Sift Deducaied +0 ihe .I Junior Girls H 5 ,- r Y Seniors 68 Q ,QU A 5 pg. , f, ,-in x,.., , 9 A v Wi , 1 Abernethy, Charlotte-157 Abrigo, Rosemary-172 Abshire, Cynthia S.f60, 61, 63, 66, 71, 157 Abshire, Patricia-51, 65, 68, 71, 157 Adams, Lowell T.-171 Adams, Lynn E.-157 Adams, Sylvia-178 Aguilar, Ann E.-43, 157 Aguilar, Carol L.-42, 58, 133 Aguilar, Danny G.-46, 73, 77, 174 Aguilar, Jesse P.-133 Alcala, Johnny-178 Alcala, Joseph-89, 175 Alcala, Virginia-172 Aleman, Hector-76, 175 Allen, John Q.-46, 77, 171 Alsip, James M.-157 Alsip, Jo Ann-60, 174 Alvarez, Diane-178 Alvarez, Sylvia-72, 157 Amador, Salvador-174 Anderson, Carol E.-175 Anderson, Gracie V.-51, 67, 157 Anderson, Nancy V.-175 Andrews, Gary-60 Anguish, Vickie M.-177 Apalatea, Alice-133 Aricheta, James R.-70, 77, 146, 171 Armstrong, Glen A.-4-8, 52, 55, 90, 92, 133 Arostegui, Adolfina-175 Arostegui, .lonatan E.-65, 72, 133 Asbill, Margaret J.-72 Ashley, Terry M.-178 Bachman, Patricia L.-43, 157 Bailey, Margery J.-42, 52, 57, 133 Bailey, Stephen D.-82, 88, 157 Baird, .lack M.-133 Baker, Clifford R.-171 Baker, Sharon-133 Baker, Susan E.-51, 64, 157 Barker, Linda ,D.-175 Barnes, Charles O.-73, 175 Barnes, Sheldon-133 Barton, Linda Jean-44, 65, 157 Barton, Mary E.-175 Bates, Jerry-178 Baysinger, Charlotte-174 Baysinger, Martha-173 Beam, Mary A.-+133 Beamguard, Addie L.-133, 48, 42, 239 Beard, Dwayne-89 Bearden, Alan F.-133 Bearden, Marie-157, 57, 44, 64 Beavers, Randall L.-59 Becker, Robert E.-157 Bell, Cary-178, 77 Beltran, Robert-88, 82, 157, 50 Bennett, Joe R.-157 Bennett, Leonard-178, 89 Bennett, Richard L.-178, 89 Berry, Zack H.-171 Bickerstaff, Linda L.-72, 157 Bickerstaff, Julia B.-67, 134 Bickerstaff, Jimmy R.-174, 78 Bigler, Linda Gail-134 Bills, Marsha R.-134, 57, 52, 54, 48, 42, 32, 33, 53 Billy, Virginia-177 Biscomb, Julia A.-171 Blaisdell, Richard-175, 60 234 - Index - And I won THIS at the fair pulling strings. Blalack, Deborah S.-174 Blalock, Carolyn K.!175 Blanton, William E.-134, 64 Blevins, Jana Lynn-171 Bliss, Linda Carol-134, 109 Bolling, Pamela A.-157 Bone, Kenneth4174- Borden, Liz-51 Boring, Larry J .-134, 64 Borrego, Albertg174 Boswell, Carolyn D.-73, 65, 134, 54, 52, 61 Bourell, Kenneth W.-171, 76, 61 Bowdoin, Charlene-171 Bowen, Phyllis A.-157 Boyd, Hazel A.-18, 34, 58, 42 Branan, Robert C.-157 Branch, George L.-171 Brannon, Phillip D.-77, 157, 46, 59 Brannon, Richard C.-171 Brannon, Robert J.-134, 48 Branum, Gary-134, 48 Bratton, James W.-85, 82, 63, 34 Brents, Daniel-178 Brents, Ronny L.-172, 78, 59 Breshears, Judy L.-134, 42, 131 Bridewell, Linda G.--42, 43, 48, 67, 135 Bridgers, La Quetta-51, 135 Bridges, Michael R.-157 Briggs, Mike-157 Bright, Evert Wayne-77, 178 Bronar, Betty J.-44, 52, 57, 158 Brooks, Gerald W.-50, 52, 57, 82, 85, 135, 239 Brown, Brenda-172 Brown, Clyde C.-58, 65, 98, 135 Brown, David-175 Brown, Karla Y.-174 Brown, Steven M.-70. 76, 77, 158 Bryant, Robyn J.-65, 71, 171 Bundick, Nancy L.-51, 67, 135 Burgess, Nancy-46, 77, 158 Burgess, Robert D.-77, 178 Burgess, Thomas-78, 158 Burrell, Oscar Kirby-57, 58, 64, 65, 71, 94, 135 Burrows, Patricia K.-60, 158 Bush, William'89 Butler, Larry G.-65, 158 Buttle Byers, man, Barbara S.+58, 158 Labetha J.-31, 44, 121, 158 Byram, Wanda S.-51, ,135 Byrd, Cade, Tommy C.-78, 178 Danny M.f89, 178 Cadmus, Royce L.-135 Cameron, Bonnie K.-46, 64, 135 Cameron, James M.-50, 82, 85, 131, 135 Campos, Oscar-78 Canip e, Thomas E.-135 Cannon, Marvin Odell-171 Cantrell, Billy W.-89, 171 Cantrell, Lonnie J.-78, 178 Carden, Carlene F.-59, 158 Cardwell, Dewey W.-174 Carl, Ronald B.-73, 175 Carpenter, John M.-61, 94 Carr, David Royg89, 177 Carr, Carr, Carr, Michael D.-76, 78, 171 Peggy A.-136 Teresa Ellen-174 Carroll, Larry-178 Carter, Jeanette C.-175 Carter, Mark C.-98, 99, 171 Carty, Linda S.--178 Casas, Gilbert-89, 178 Casas, Inna-178 Castil lo, Nora-51, 136 Cates, Johnny-172 Cavazos, Diana E.-51 Cavazos, Israel R.-175 Chance, James W.-59, 158 Clark Clark Clark Clark , Billy C.-158 , Brenda J .-78, 158 , Jerry Wayne-171 Kathy L.v175 Clilfki Kevin s.-13,7a, 178 Clark, Robert A.-136 Clark Clark Clark Clark Clary, , Sharon L.--175 , Sherry A.-136 , Terry D.-77, 178 , Thomas W.-78, 158 Dana L.-171 Clary, David L.-61, 171 Clary, James H.,-50, 64, 65, 71, 136 Clifto n, Michael L.-136 Clinton, Janie-136 Cludius, Kathy-46, 54, 64, 73, 136 Coffee, Jon Wayne-158 Coker, Larry G.-63, 64, 65, 73, 76, 77 136 Coker, Linda G.-72 Cole, Eddie S.-72 Collins, Donald H.-76, 78 Conde, Louis-113, 179 Conine, Charles R.-76, 78, 136 Conine, Jerry-76 Cook, Thomas W.-178 Cooper, Charlotte A.-58, 63, 68, 136 Cooper, Jack R.-171 Corgill, Carol L.-48, 135 Cornelius, Donald-136 Cota, Mary Dorothy-46, 171 Cothran, Marshall G.-22, 50, 58, 90 120, 156, 158 Couch, Christine-68, 71, 171, 65 Cox, Anita-51, 63, 137 Cox, Annette-51, 63, 137 1 Craft, Larry L.-75, 76, 78, 137 Crager, Wiley M.-178 Cragg, Sharon Y.-178 Cragg, Sherry J.-61, 72 Cranford, Robert-171 Crews, Joe K.-50, 82, 86, 90, 92, 116, 156, 158 Christopher, Don E.-75, 76, 78, 137 Crosby, Frances E.-45, 48, 58, 63, 64, 65, 137 Cross, Ricky-177 Crouch, Deborah Sue-171 Culp, J ohnA94 Culverhouse, Sondra452, 54, 158 Culverhouse, Ted W.-137 Culverhouse, Alton L.-88, 174 Dailey, Larry D.-72 Dale, Sharon Y.-174 Dalon, Steven P.-172 Danford, J ohn-174 Daniel, John Richard-64, 137. Daniels, Michael J.-172, 178 Daniels, Randy Ralph-89, 177 Daniel, Robert-137 Darling, Terry-174 Daughdrill, Donna451, 72, 137 Davila, Olivia T.-51, 60, 65, 67, 137 Davis, Emily-173 Davis, Johnny A.-137 Davis, Ronald W.-89, 179 Davis, Stanley A.-78, 179 Davis, Teresa Gailf63, 158 Davis, Thomas D.f46, 61, 71, 77, 78 Day, Chris-179 Dean, Lynn W.-174 Dean, Tommy-72, 158 Debraun, Pamela L.-46, 51, 137 Deford, Wamer-77, 174 Deluna, Daniel-89, 179 Deluna, Davidf89, 179 Deluna, Paul M.-174 Desoto, Robert- Dewease, Beth A.-46, 171 Dewease, William M.-46, 77, 171 Dial, Patrick Lynn-52, 57, 58, 64, 65, 71, 138 Diaz, Patricia A.-72, 158 Dickson, Donald G.-89, 175, Dickson, Michael D.-64, 138 Dilday, Judy K.A175 Dilday, Linda C.-158 Dillion, Michael E.-82, 85, 138 Dixon, David L.-171 Dixon, Durward A.4174, 177 Dixon, John P.-72, 158 Dollar, Janis L.-59, 76, 172 Donaghey, Juanita L.-159 Donaldson, Connie-72, 159 Donaldson, Stephen E.-175 Donnell, Lannie R.-159 Dorman, J onathan-72, 158 Dorsey, Billy E.-159 Doty, Brenda K.-171 Douglass, Vicky L.-17, 42, 49, 64, 113, 132, 138, 239 Dowdy, Tad-64 Downs, Billy W.-171 Drischel, Patricia A.-51, 59, 65, 71, 138 Duke, Margaret B.-138 Dunn, Betty S.-159 Dunn, Mary A.-172 - Index - 1 told Mr. Meek I didn't feel like coming to school today . . . Dunn, Nellie R.-67, 68, 138 Dunn, Patricia-178 Edwards, Lottie-178 Edwards, John W.-82, 87, 90, 92, 159 Elam, Lewis E.-72, 138 Ellermann, Kay E.-138 Elliot, Judith A.-159 Ellis, George Hardy-18, 50, 64, 106, 138, 239 Eoff, Pamela446, 48, 52, 57, 73, 138 Esch, Christopher-72 Eskew, Russell Clark-159, 239 Espinosa, Rose Marie-64, 172 Espinoza, Hope-38, 64 Estep, Jackie-179 Estep, Johnny C.-179 Etheredge, Suzann-72, 78, 139 Evans, Carlton-179 Evans, Carolyn Sue-171 Everroad, Randy-64, 139 Ewing, Rebecca A.-179 Fain, Burt P.--171 Fallis, Janis M.-171 Farmer, Dorothy J.-176, 179 Farmer, William M.-48, 50, 63, 82, 84, 139, 239 Featherston, Linda D.-31, 45, 51, 111, 139 Fernandez, Rudy-59, 65, 82, 159, 188 Firor, Edward L.-61, 65, 82, 88, 159 Flatt, Phillip A.-174 Fleming, Barbara A.-139 Fleming, Michael D.-159 Fletcher, Luther-175 Fletcher, Rebecca J.-159 Fogle, Judy A.-72 Foley, Coleen M.-68, 159 Foley, Michael-73, 179 Foley, Patrick-139 Foreman, Kenneth L.-70, 74, 75, 76, 77, 139 Foreman, Lorene A.-174 Foreman, Rebecca S.-60, 175 Foster, Richard A.-72 Frampton, Arthur J .-89, 170, 175 Frayre, Christine-51, 179 Frazier, Anita M.-76, 160 Frazier, Mike-78 Fredrickson, Emest-78, 179 French, Edmon T.-59, 90, 91, 139 Frey, Rockey L.-179 Fullen, Curtis C.-195 Furgeson, Jan E.--51, 52, 56, 139 Furgeson, Judy C.-59, 160 Gaines, John F.-89 Gallaway, Fumian S4171 Gammons, Judy-20, 69, 160 Garcia, Gilbert-179 Garcia, Howard-77, 175 Garcia, Juan-160 Garcia, Teodoro C.-94 Garcia, Sam-58 Garner, Jerold W.-77, 172 Garrett , Kathy Lynn-139 Garza, Rudy C.-89 Gaston, James W.-68, 160 Gates, Michael-77, 179 Gatewood, Robert H.-60, 77, 160 Gautney, Terry G.-89, 179 Gentry, Arthur M.-48, 63, 65, 139 Gibbons, Yvonne-52, 65, 160 Gilliland, Renee A.-139 Ginn, Robert-70, 78, 179 Gipson, Sarah D.-175 4Glenn, Jack H.-78, 173 Glenn, Steve L.-60, 64, 71, 140 Goggans, John-94 Gomez, Santiago-199 Gonzales, Beatris-177 Gonzalez, Edward-77 Goode, Billie F.-57, 63, 75, 140 Goodenough, Russell4177 Goodman, Claudia G.-42, 48, 52, 55, 57, 115, 140 Goodman, Darrene-43, 52, 57, 140 Goodrich, Paul R.-72, 77 Goodwin, James-172 Goss, Judy Kay-63, 64, 65, 140 Gould, Dorothy J.-51, 63, 64, 140 Gould, Kathryn-171 Grady, Ronnie L.-89, 179 Grant, Deborah M.-58, 63, 67, 160 Graves, Jay K.-50, 65, 132, 140, 239 Greene, Mariana C.-59, 66, 171 Grey, Lawrence E.-65 Grizzle, Johnny R.-76, 77, 179 Grizzle, Mike L.-179 Groce, Gary Stephen-61, 73, 173 Guajardo, David-140 Guidi, Barbara-51, 160 Gunderson, Margaret-52, 57, 160 Gutierrez, Eladio A.-82, 88, 160 Guttery, Paula-72, 160 Guy, Albert Lee-160 Haake, Gregory-78 Hadaway, Deborah M.-177 Hager, James T.-177 Hager, Jan-177 Halbrook, Joy E.-174 Hall, Elizabeth A.-160 HaleY, John W.-78, 179 Hall, Sharon L.-171 Hanks, Troy-89, 177 Hanson, Stephen-72, 140 Hardin, Kathy L.-161 Harding, Warren G.-50, 82, 83, 90, 92 114, 132, 140 235 Hardwick, Rickey A.-75, 76, 78, 161 Hargis, Sarah L.-65, 171 Harman, Carolyn-46, 73, 140 Harper, Charles 12.468, 161 Harrington, Chris-161 Harrington, John T.-140 Harris, Mary E.-64 Harrison, Linda S.-46, 171 Harrison, Peggy E.-161 Hash, Sandra Kay-67, 179 Haskins, James L.-78, 177 Hatfield, Judy Kay-51, 64, 141 Hawkins, Connie A.-178 Maria E.-51, 171 Hawthorne, David-89 Hays, Sally A.-31, 43, 51, 52, 56, 141 Hazlett, Donna J.-59, 67, 161 Henderson, John C.-89, 172 Henry, Linda-173 Hensley, Glen Edward-50, 82, 84, 141 Hernandez Bomefacio-179 Ernest D.-172 Hernandez, Hernandez, , Evelyn M.g65, 174 Hernandez, Hector-177 Hernandez, Leon A.-73 Hernandez, Herndon, Rebecca A.-172 Herrmann, Carolyn S.-34, 42, 141 Hiatt, Rexi61, 77, 173 Hiegel, Stephen H.-173 Hill, Charles W.-161 Hill, Gerald K.-161 Hilterbrand, Diane-44, 63, 161 Hinojosa, James J.-78 Hinojosa, Joel-172 Hinojosa, Martha-61, 179 Hinz, Debra A.-173 Hix, Michael 151.446, 171 Hobson, Karen G.-51, 67, 172 Hobson, Kathy A.-51, 73, 177 Hodge, Gary D.-l72 Hodges, Donald W.-46, 77, 141 Hodges, Judy E.-43, 141 Hoffman, Paulf172 Hogan, Mary F.-78, 174 Hogan, Michael W.-75, 76, 161 Holder, Gale-31, 179 Hollebeke, Jim-172 Hollis, Justin Bond-94, 141 Hollowell, James L.-47, 59, 61, 77, 173 Holmes, Margaret A.-161 Horton, Lillie B.-72 Howard, Freddie Don-173 Howard, Hope-161 Howard, Richard-72 Howard, William P.-63, 71, 141 Howery, Nelda R.-18, 49, 61, 66, 141 Hubbard, Harry Leroy-94, 173 Hubbard, Vicki L.-161 Huckeby, Cynthia G.-65 Huddleston, Judy K.-71, 171 Hudson, George Ann-67 Hudson, William-172 Huffaker, Susan E.-60, 161 Huffman, Jannette-179 Hufstetler, Marjorie-172 Hull, David R.-142 Hume, Deborah A.-68 Hume, James P.-72 Humphries, Robert G.-52, 54, 57, 98, 99, 141 Humphries, William R.-48, 52, 54, 98, 99, 141 Hundley, Joan M.-179 Huneycutt, Ken M.-172 Hunt, Larry-142 Huskey, Lennie K.-142 Hutchins, Darlene-177 Hutchins, Katherine-161 236 - Index - ,gf 3' W ..i'-' .'e., 1 ff, ,ix X 1 , 'J VVZ, - I I I ,,,,,, y, A V if I wish I could get out of this school so I could start succeeding. Hutson, James W.-22, 48, 68, 73, 142 Ivey, Larry-77, 172 Ivy, Lana J.-48, 51, 52, 54, 65, 142 Jackson, Donna S.-65, 161 James, Larry G.-89, 171 James, Rodney L.-63, 64, 65, 71, 142 Janes, Jimmy D.-78, 177 Jansen, Carol Lynn45l, 142 Jansen, Sandra J.-51, 171 Jarnagin, George R.-72 Jarnagin, Henry C.-172 Jenkins, Deborah-174 Jenkins, Roger-78, 177 Jernigan, Sheila D.-142 Johnson, Beverly A.-174 Johnson, Jackie W.-65, 142 Johnson, Janyce L.-I Johnson, Reeda R.-43, 142 Jones, Karen F.-179 Jones, Paula G.-172 Jordan, Kathy-59, 172 Jordan, Terry L.-48, 72, 142 Juarez, Benito-172 Judkins, Shelby-72 Kalies, Deborah A.-48, 52, 57, 143 Kay, Alfred Noble Jr.-173 Kay, Darrell 15.447, 61, 77, 172 Kay, Sharon E.-143 Keeter, Ann-65, 171 Kelly, Debbie E.-172 Kelly, Laurie D.-47, 58, 65, 161 Kelly, Robbie Claude-60, 82, 84, 143 Kelly, Robert J.-82, 88, 143 Kemble, John Philip-77, 173 Key, Mary S.-143 Kidd, Judith L.-45, 58, 161 Kidd, Susan Jo-21, 43, 52, 55, 129, 143, 183 Kilpatrick, Helen-179 Kimbrough, James R.-89, 178 King, Douglasf-73 King, Harold-70, 77, 172 King, James L.-72 King, Julie F.-161 King, Robert W.-50, 65, 98, 161 King, Stephen C.-73, 161 Kirsch, Frank A.-161 Klapproth, Karen Ann-43, 51, 143 Klapproth, Susan L.-173 Knight, Billy-171 Know, Ida-51 Kovacev, Steve-175 Krosschell, Robert L.-143 Kuykendall, Gary D.-162 Labordc, Kathy L.-177 Lambert, Reba A.-47, 172 Landrum, Raymond T.-78 Landrum, Robert E.-162 Laughlin, David J.-48, 50, 56, 82, 83, 90, 91, 143 Lee, Morris N.-77, 177 Lee, Robert A.f173 Leet, Janice A.-143, 239 Lemasney, Irenew162 Lemieux, Terry W.-71, 73, 175 Lemmond, Sondra K.-67, 172 Leslie, Randy G.-50, 65, 82, 87, 143 Lester, Patricia A.-42, 51, 65, 193 Lewellyn, Rayna J.-177 Lewis, Ouida S.-72, 162 Liebel, Jeffh144 Little, Larry D.-89, 177 Long, Lucy-45, 162 Lopez, Joe G.-50, 58, 144 Lopez, Robert-89, 172 Lotzer, Gerald B.-78, 174 Lotzer, Marella-45, 52, 57, 59, 162 Loyd, Elizabeth S.-98, 99, 162 Loyd, Robert C.-49, 82, 84, 94, 144 Lozano, Evelia-72, l62 Lucas, Shirley J.-72, 144 Lucky, Janis-179 Ludden, Linda S.w3l, 45, 58, 65, 119, 162 Lusk, Betty Charlene-42, 64, 144 Lusk, Kerry Bryne-45, 162, 239 McBeth, Stephen L.-144 McClure, Boyd-78, 177 McClure, Charles H.-77, 177 McConathy, Margie J.-60, 147, 171 McCord, William E.-174 McCuller, William-179 McCutcheon, Kenneth-72 McDaniel, Landa-172 McDonald, Jeanette-49, 51, 145, 147 McDonald, Marvin V.-77, 162 McDonald, Shirley J.-162 McDonald, Veronica M.-67, 173 McDowell, Charles E.-50, 64, 65, 71, 162 Mclntosh, Sara L.-51, 145 McLaughlin, Michael-59, 171 McMackin, Waymon E.-90, 91, 162 McMahon, Chrystal G.-51, 67, 173 MacDonald, Mary E.-177 MaoFadden, Gary B.-73, 172 Mackey, Vicki Irene-72, 144 Maddison, Jackie-78 Maddox, Wallace A.-78, 163 Manery, Floyd J.-163 Mapel, Patricia G.-51, 177 Marble, Van Allen-175 Maris, Stephen S.-50, 65, 82, 86, 144 Marks, John Edwin-144 Marshall, Carol A.-177 Martin, Irvin D.-78, 171 Martin, Peggy J.-1, 144 Martinez, Gilbert-171 Massey, Henry-77, 177 Massey, William J.-78, 178 Mason, Carol L.-174 Mason, Don-89, 177 Maultsby, Bobbie-43, 49, 56, 61, 63, 64, 66, 144 Maxwell, Linda S,-49, 58, 63, 65, 144, 239 Mecke, Roy C.-70, 78, 177 Meckim, .lames4-145 Meeks, Melton, Merrill Daniel-174 Jack Roe-145 Lois Ann-61, 98, 99, 173 Mershawn, Larry W.-54, 163 Meyer, Meyer, Milke, Milkie, Joan E.-145 William E.-50, 82, 84, 94, 145 Leonard G.-34, 57, 94, 145 Edwau1r4,ga9,172 Miller, Gail 1.-51, 57, 63, 64, 145 Miller, Mary J.-117, 173 Miller, Richard L.4174 Miller, Richard E.-89, 178 Mills, Marsha C.-174 Minor, Debra S.-163 Miser, Melva K.-65, 163 Mitcham, Vicky L.-173 Molock, Mary D.-177 Monrouzeau, Connie-57, 60, 145 Montgomery, Glenna D.-163 Moore, Betty Ann-17, 45, 163 Mora, Sylvia-178 Morales, Ruth V.-172 Moreno, Albina-51, 145 Morgan, Dennis-145 Morgan, Donald R.-82, 86, 90, 92 Morgan, Jim-175 Morgan John M.-177 178 Morganl Walter F.-751 76, 78, 163 Morgan, William C.-59, 82, 86, 94, 163 Morris, Patriciah51, 64, 65, 145 Morrison, Nancy A.-60, 163 Moseley, David W.-89, 178 Mote, Nancy Elaine-173 Mulcahy, Mary P.-173 Mulholl and, Michael-163 Munoz, Ponciana-64, 72, 163 Murdock, Richard-146 Murillo, Jimmy-89, 171 Murphey, John Pat-94, 146 Murphy, Charles H.-50, 82, 85, 94, 166, 146 Murphy, Rebecca-175 Murray, Fredna Ka 52 57, 58, 163 Musick, Y' 1 Barbara-68, 178 Myers, Richard L.-174 Nall, Beth-72 Nash, Carole E.-49, 59, 67, 73, 146 Navarro Navarro , Roy-174 , Rosario-173 Nay, James M.-146 Nelson, Donald P.-178 Nelson, George B.-77, 178 Nelson, Jeanette-59, 64, 65, 146 Nelson, Kathleen H.-173 Nemec, Julianna-175 - Index - Sorry, but my band couldn't make it to- night. Oliver, Ricky-174 Oneall, Larry Dean-164 Ortega, Delia-178 Ortega, Dolores--178 Ortega, Ray P.-50, 147 Ortiz, Joyce L.-47, 174 Orton, Bill D.-174 Osage, Carl-175 Osage, Joe 8.7175 Otis, Rebecca C.-179 Owen, Karen L.-58, 65, 164 Padilla, Jesse R.-78 Papania, Stephen S.-175 Paredez, Josephine-172 Parks, Walter R.g174 Pasha, Martha V.-175 Patton, Marjorie K.-63, 175 Paulk, James R.-64, 65, 68, 71, 90, 164 Pearson, Earlene M.-173 Pegram, Carole J.-44, 65, 156, 164 Pennington, Ray-178 Perez, Sergio 1.-65, 73, 149 Pcsina, Blas-164 Peterson, Ronald-175 Petty, David-178 Philley, Candy Jo-65, 175 Nemeth, Helen-163 Newell, Eadie K,-171 Newell, James C.-61, 64, 66, 71, 108, 132,146 Newell, Rosemary-44, 52, 55, 154 Newman, Martha J.-64, 146 Newman, Marv M,-72 Newman, Nancy-72 Newton, Linda S.-173 Nichols, Michaelh94, 146 Niederer, Janis Lee-42, 58, 146 Nielson, Steve R.-49, 61, 66, 239, 146 Nix, Margie M.-51, 63, 146 Nix, Marilyn S.-49, 51, 67, 68, 174 Nix, Nicky W.-78, 89, 174 Nottingham, Curtis L.-174 Nunn, Diane-72 Nusbaum, Randy T.-59, 164 Nystrom, Barbara A.-58, 63, 73, 149 Oakley, Reginald G.-65, 71, 73, 90, 164 Oestreicher, Richard-164 Olive, Curtis-178 Oliver, James R.--179 Phillips, George L.-149 Phillips, Jean-72, 73, 147 Philpot, Cynthia A.-173 Picchioni, Anthony P.-49, 56, 73, 112, 147 , David E.-72 , Johnnie-59 Pillow, Pillow, Pierce Pierce Sandra K.-64, 68, 147 William J.-70, 89, 173 Pina, Gerard-147 Platts, Richard-175 Poe, William-173 Polanco, Lucy-72, 147 Pollard, Thomas L.-89, 174 Pollock, Larry-58, 164 Pomeroy, Dorothy F.-164 Poston, Jerry-SQ, 82, 87, 147 Prentice, Carolyn S.-44, 164 Prentice, William W.-175 Pufkett, Steven A.-50, 64, 71, 94, 147, 39 Pullen, Michael R.-63, 64, 65, 71, 94, 110, 147, 239 Quintana, David-73, 89 Rader, Mary J.-68, 164 Ramirez, Erminlo-77, 173 Rankin, Carl-178 Ranne, Brenda K.-173 Rasor, Gabrielle-58, 68, 164 Rawls, Jackie L.477, 173 Raymond, Dorothy J.-47, 59, 148 Reed, Carclyn,S.-165 Reed, Joseph Danny-175 Reeder, Deborah K.-42, 52, 148 Reese, Barbara Sue-170, 175 Reese, Darlene-174 Reese, Larry S.-178 Reid, Mona L.-178 Reynolds, Brenda-68, 165 Reynolds, Carolyn-51, 148 Reynolds, Roy J.-76, 78 Reynolds, Tommy D.-76, 78, 174 Rhodes, Cecil-70, 72 Rhodes, Lonna-174 Rhodes, Patsy L.-30, 31, 51, 52, 76, 148 Rice, Jeanette E.-177 Rice, Richard C.-52, 63, 64, 65, 71, 94, 148 Richard, Joe F.-174 Richards, Larrys173 Richardson, Lois R.-165 Ricks, Steven D.-75, 82, 87, 170 Ridener, Larry R.-89, 175 Ridgley, Floyd-47, 77, 173 Rimmer, Marguerite C.-165 Rios, Clara+177 Rivers, Terry L.-89, 175 Roach, Karen S.-173 Roane, Billie J.-173 Roberts, Eugene-64, 70, 75, 76, 77, 148 Roberts, Jackie 1.-68, 174 Robinson, Bobbie-58, 148 Robinson, Glen C.f239, 148 Rocher, Phyllis A.-171 Rodgers, Doris L.-173 Rodgers, Dorothy J.-174 Rodgers, Joyce M.-175 Rodriguez, Avella-173 Rogers, Gary S.-175 Rogers, Joyce-51 Rogers, Nelda R.-68, 165 Rogers, Randy E.-72 Rogers, Roger Clydee-148 Rogers, Virginia-172 Rojo, Anita-175 Rojo, Lucy-177 Rojo, Luis-72, 175, 148 Rollins, Susan-44, 165 Rose, John D.-174 Ross, James Weldon-50, 82, 85, 90, 91 148 Roth, Alan Herman-58, 165 Rowland, Martha Sue-173 Rowland, Robert O.-50, 85, 182, 148 Rowls, Jackie-47 Ruiz, Gilbert Vela-175 Ruiz, Johnny Lee-82, 87, 149 Rymal, Joseph Russel-89, 175 Safford, Danny K.-175 Safford, Frank R.-149 Sailers, Mary K.-66, 67, 165 Sailor, Wayne B.-71, 73, 149 Salas, Richard-178 Saldana, Dolores-51, 149 Samford, Larry W.-58, 165 Sanchez, Manuel-77, 178 Sanchez, Stella-176, 177 Sanders, Clifford-149 Sanders, Paul S.-78 Sanders, Rickey-89 237 Sanders, Sharon G.-172 Sanders, Sue A.f47, 49, 51, 63, 149 Sarner, Lynne Susan-173 Sarratt, Jimmie N.-60, 149 Scheiern, Carolyn-178 Scheiern, Kathryn A.i47, 52, 65, 165 Schwartz, Frances-178 Scott, Glenn Ernest-149 Scott, Linda R.-59, 149 Seale, Valerie L.-45, 52, 165 Sellers, Gary D.-73, 149 Settles, George T.-59, 65, 165 Shaffer, Evelyn E.-51, 175 Shappard, Charles R.-47, 77, 173 Sharrock, Stephen L.-50, 90, 91, 165 Shaw, Ann K.-174 Shaw, Jenny-149 Shaw, Linda K.-45, 149 Shaw, Robert D.-78 Sheafer, Robert D.-174 Shields, Gary Wayne-165 Shipley, Linda-175 Short, Dehorah+178 Silvey, Jo-hn W.-77, 165 Simmons, Carol-150 Simmons, Donna P.-72 Simmons, Ernestine-172 Sinclair, Mark D.-72, 165 Sinor, Elaine K.-165 Sires, Jeanette-165 Skaggs, Mary L.-52, 59, 165 Skall, Sharron R.-67, 150 Snyde Skinner, James C.-60, 82, 88, 165 Smith, Bonnie-175 Smith, Brenda K.-177 Smith, Carol Ann-45, 58, 63, 165 Smith, Doug-173 Smith, Gary-89, 177 Smith, Gary Hunter-172 Smith, Herbert C.-65, 165 Smith Howard C.-177 Smithi Lionel L.-77 Smith, Ronalda-43, 150 Smith, William L.-177 r, Brenda M.-65, 174 118, 166 Snyder, Richard L.-50, 65, 90, 91, 166 Snyder, Roger A.-160 Sosebee, Carolyn G.-45, 52, 58, 63, 166 Sosebee, J. Jane-150 Soto, Esteban-78 Soto, Theresa C.-173 Southerland, Mike W.-78 Sowell, Ronald-74, 75, 76, 78, 150 Spriggs, Diane-175 Squier, Linda K.-72 Stanley, Mary K.f172 Stansell, Danny-70, 75, 77, 150 Starnes, Floyd M.-72 Starnes, Gary B,-173 Starr, Robert L.-89, 177 Stephens, Annett-59, 166 Stephens, Berry Z.-166 Stephens, Jannettt59, 166 Sterling, Diana-175 Stevens, Cynthia A.-52, 150 Stevenson, Carol Sue-43, 150 Stevenson, Louis C.-50, 58, 150 Stonecypher, Russel-177 Stovall, Joseph D.-166 Strawn, David E.-82, 86, 177 Strawn, Elizabeth J.-31, 176 Strickland, Linda-177 Strickland, Margie M.-174 Stroud, Bruce W.-174 Sutton, Virginia R.-172 Swan, Joseph H.-63, 64, 65, 71, 150 Swanson, Donna-179 Tallent, Suzanne J.-51, 150, 239 238 - Index - Come on Sharon . . . 1et's make up. Tallent, Walter-98, 99, 151 Tando, Inez-60, 166 Tanton, Leslie G.-177 Tatum, Larry-173 Tavizon, Adelina-175 Taylor, Elizabeth M.-172 Taylor, James F.-94, 166 Taylor, John T.i73, 177 Taylor, Raymond-89, 177 Taylor, Susan-171 Teague, Mike W.-58, 64, 151 Thill, Brenda K.-173 Thill, Stanley R.-153 Thoma, John O.-82, 88, 94, 166 Thomas, Billy W.f173 Thomas, Stephen-72, 153 Thompson, Kathy J.-68 Thurman, Dorothy W.-174 Thurman, Melinda M.-166 Tidwell, LearonY173 Tijerina, Rosie M.-175 Timby, Barbara J.-51, 59, 63, 151 Tobar, Salvador C.-166 Tollerson, Brenda L.-166 Travis, Dorothy L.-172 Tretter, Farrell-173 Trevino, Consuelo-166 Trout, Leonard L.-50, 64, 71, 90, 92, 166 Tschoerner, Bonnie-172 Tschoerner, Darlene-177 Tubbs, Mary H.-49, 151 Turner, Gary Jay-173 Turner, Jerry Wayne-61, 64, 73, 94, 166 Turner, Johni173 Turner, Ray E.-166 Tussy, Norma L.-44, 65, 166 Upton, Dennis Keith-47, 77, 173 Usry, Annita F.-68 Valdez, Faustino V.-173 Vargas, Jose-78 Vauffhan Lar -77 151 is s ry 1 Vaughn, Eddie Don-50, 65, 73, 90, 91, Vela, Barbara A.-166 Vela, Henry-151 Velasguez, Pete-172 Velasquez, Adel-151 Velo, Ruben A.-173 Villanueva, Margarit-177 Villarreal, Diana R.-65 Villarreal, Kitty S.-65, 166 Violett, Cindy Ann-107, 151 Volkland, Lester E.-64, 74, 75, 76, 70, 151, 178 Walker, Gerald-78, 89, 177 Walker, Henry C.-172 Walker, Joe D.v172 Walker, Patricia J.-67, 166 Wallis, James-60, 173 Ward, Catherine D.-52, 167 Ward, Dennis L.-151 Watkins, Robert Neal-89, 173 Watson, Wanda M.-152 Way, Connie Lynn-44, 59, 167 Weakley, Joann-152 Webb, Janice S.-43, 49, 52, 55, 57, 152 Webb, Jerry L.-172 Webster, Kathy A.-51, 67, 68, 187 Wegman, John L.-167 Wesson, Gary W.h65, 71, 89, 172, 239 Whilman, Fred-167 White, Deborah Gay-78, 173 White, Sharon-40, 51, 57, 152 Whittington, Donna K.-173 Wiggins, Stephen-173 Wilbanks, Marty Lee-167 Wilbanks, Tommy-177 Wiley, Martha-63, 65, 67, 167 Williams, Anthony W.-177 Williams, Barbara A.-47, 173 Williams, Bobbie F.-65, 167, 239 Williams, Eddie P.-167 Williams, Gregg R.-152 Williams, James S.-50, 82, 87, 152 Williams, John M.-72, 167 Williams, June-177 Williams, Lynn A.-172 Williams Michael-179 Williams Q Rickey L.-47, 77, 152 Williams, Sara J-49, 56, 63, 65, 73, 152 Williams 9 Sharon K.-49, 152 Williams, Sherry E.-72 Williamson, Robert E.-167 Willis, ,lo Ann-167 Willis, Shirley J.-51, 58, 152 Willis, Susan Y.-64, 167 Wilson, Barbara A.-72, 152 Wilson, Donald L.-78, 172 Wilson, Gary S.-20, 52, 57, 63, 98, 99, 152 Wilson, Nancy C.-46, 49, 52, 55, 65, 63, 153 ' Wilson, Wayne-77, 177 Wilson, William D.-73, 98, 167 Woehleke, Gill-50, 63, 82, 84, 153 Wolfe, Mark-172 Wood, Glenda J.-153 Wood, Sterling C.-168 Woodard, Kenneth-89, 175 Woods, Patsy4153 Woody, Connie L.-414, 168 Woody, Donna-174, 239 Wooten, Donald W.-75, 76, 77, 168 Wren, Linda M.-153 Wyant, Ricky J.-72, 153 Wyndham, Ernest R.-89, 178 Yen, Eugene J.-153 Yen, Jimmy J.473, 78, 177 Young, Donnie R.-50, 82, 84, 153 Yrigollen, Evangelinf51, 58, 63, 153 Zimmerman, Zimmennan, Bill E.-58, 153 J. 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