Aldine High School - Round Up Yearbook (Houston, TX)
- Class of 1970
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. TABLE OF CONTENTS
ACADEMICS. . .
November . . .
ORGANIZATIONS . . .
The school year of l97O opened with
new changes and mounting confusion.
What had been an orderly, systematic insti-
tution had evolved into ,a mass of disorder.
Construction of two new wings and the ex-
pansion of facilities created turmoil in the
halls. As classrooms would be completed,
classes would be moved, which proved to be
a constant source of disconcertion. Also, the
fluster of locker changes, schedule changes,
and the arrival of new teachers added to the
iumble of the school day.
As the year progressed the labyrinth
created began to gradually untangle. A rou-
tine pattern had almost evolved when the
close of the school year brought the return
of discord. The prom brought much antici-
pation and succeeded 'in returning much
confusion. Class socials were planned, as
were the Senior banquet, club socials, elec-
tions of new officers and cheerleader
tryouts. Each of these activities disturbed the
daily routine that had almost become fixed.
As the school year ended, the system had
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once again been dismissed. September had
arrived with much confusion, but the end of
the semester had proven to bring peace and
order, but again, the end of the year was re-
turned to jumble. The Freshmen looked back
at the year and saw their revolt, but could
look forward and even half anticipate the
coming year now that they had found out
what high school was like. The Sophomores
looked only forward toward the magazine
sales and that glorious prom. Theiluniors
dreamily awaited that next year when they
would receive their rings and they would
finally be the upperclassmen. And the Sen-
iors, reminiscing over the years, at last real-
ized that it was all over, and it really had not
been so bad after all. But these feelings were
only typical of any four classes at Aldine
during any year. The confusion and the
order rotate and revolve so that the years
become, and always will become - a'
Carol Ratcliffe, Editor
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In Dedication to
The 1970 ROUNDUP staff chose to
dedicate their yearbook to a man who
has served Aldine for many years. He
served as coach of the junior varsity
basketball team and later coached the
Along with his efforts with the bas-
ketball team, this man has worked with
the junior class for many years. He also
served as head sponsor to this class.
With deep pride and sincere appre-
ciation the 1970 ROUNDUP staff dedi-
cates this yearbook to Mr. Dee Moses.
Teachers were the constant cause of worry by
Homework was assigned, as were many tests
and that research paper.
Students became so familiar with their teachers
that pop-tests could even be predicted,
And yet, through all the confusion, many re-
ceived a well-rounded education.
Added to Staff
Mr. J. G. Hailey, a new addition to Aldine Senior
High, served as principal during the 1969-1970
school year. He transferred to Aldine from Hambrick
Junior High, where he had also served as principal.
Besides preparing the curriculum, the class schedule,
and assisting the counselors in proper placement of
students, Mr. Hailey found time from these many
and varied duties to counsel with individual students.
A large amount of his time was spent listening to the
problems and suggestions presented by students. He
attended Stephen F. Austin and Sam Houston State
Teachers College where he received a Master's in
Education and an Administrative Certificate.
Serving as assistant principal again this year was
Mr. Richard Spence, The major part of his day was
spent taking care of discipline problems. Mr. Spence
attended Sam Houston State Teacher's College,
where he received his Master's in Education and a
Bachelor of Science.
To relieve some of the burden of the principal and
assistant principal, an additional assistant principal
was added to Aldine this year. Mr. Allen Lewis was
in charge of the school calendar, of reading the les-
son plans, and of making the morning announce-
ments. ,He attended Hardin-Simmons University
where he received his Bachelor of Arts. Along with
other improvements and additions to Aldine, the
staff of principals, for the first time in Aldine's histo-
ry, was increased.
Top: Shirley Wells, office as
sistant, delivers a telephone
message to Mr. Spence.
Bottom: Mr. Lewis gives the
Right: Mr. Spence ond
Mr. Miller discuss The
Below left: Mrs. Comp-
bell, school nurse,
applies cm bondage lo
Brenda Lovings' "in-
Below right: Mrs. Seel-
horsl explains lo
classes the procedure
in filling out their next
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Enrollment soared to an all rec-
ord high at Aldine this year. Due to
the sudden increase in enrollment,
the office personnel were kept
busy the year.
Mrs. Huettel, who,is new to Al-
dine High School, served as Mr.
l-lailey's secretary. She also called
in substitutes for absent teachers.
Mrs. Jo Kimbro and Mrs. Mullen
kept the attendance records and
checked on absent students. Mrs.
Lee, bookkeeper, took care of
money going in or out of the
school. Mrs. Charlotte Bradley,
registrar, posted grades every six
weeks. The school nurse, Mrs. Phyl-
lis Campbell, was there in case a
student became sick during the
day. Mrs. Barbara Seelhorst and
Mr. W. H. Miller, the school coun-
selors, helped the students with
their schedules and problems
throughout their years at high
school. Jobs such as these were
performed through the year in
order to aid the students and facul-
Top: Estella Roy shows Mrs. l-luettel the sched-
ule ot a substitute teacher.
Bottom: Checking the recaps sheet is lust one
of the many iobs ot Mrs. Mullen and Mrs,
Assistants Learn Cffice Skills
Working in the office, as assist-
ants to the personnel, the office as-
sistants learned many basic skills.
They learned many fundamen-
tals of office work.
During the course of one day
the assistants answered the tele-
phone, took messages, typed and
mimeographed material for teach-
ers, collected absentee slips, and
ran errands for the personnel. They
also typed the agenda for the
week's activities and photo-
graphed important papers with the
These girls proved to be a valua-
ble asset to the office personnel of
Right: Mrs. Bradley, registrar, gives instruc-
tions to Nancy Zaiicek.
Below: Jane Null assists Mrs, Lee in assem-
bling a thermofax stencil.
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New Techniques Adde '
d in Speech
Speech classes at AHS began the
school year with new Techniques taught
by an addition to the Aldine faculty, Mr.
First year speech students were taught
correct methods of breathing and voice
control before being introduced to the
actual fundamentals of public speaking.
Also, the International Phonetic Alpha-
bet was adopted by the class to better
their understanding of correct pronunci-
Speech ll was the beginning ofthe stu-
dent's actual experience in dramatics.
Procedures of debate, scene analysis,
pantomiming, and acting were a few of
the fundamentals taught. Also, studies
were made over the history of drama
and of drama today.
Various types of speeches, interpreta-
tions, and duets in acting were entered i'n
local tournaments by a number of
speech students representing AHS. Suc'
cess of the attempts of these students
brought gratuitous recognition to the
speicch department as well as the school
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Kay Smith, iunior, presents her speech as a part of a group discussion as Job Nelson looks on. jennifer jackson displays her version of driving
a car while performing a pantomime.
Mr. Alan Deets
Mr. Haley presents Bob Bostwick and
Roger Lane with a trophy as a result for
their win in a duet acting skit as Mr.
Deets looks on.
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"I wander if this lecture will ever end?" says Phillip Hickey.
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Students Explore the
Past and Present
History courses at Aldine give students an opportunity to gain
s the class in a history lecture.
ideas and explore the events of the past, which in turn are the
building blocks of the future. They learned of the mistakes and
ideas of men in the past and hoped to improve the future. The
, 3 teachers used new methods in which to teach classes. For ex-
A . ample, Mr. Russell, an American History teacher, had groups of
five to six students to present their ideas and to teach the class
'Q about a certain chapter. He also had them to present special re-
ports and proiects in front of the classes.
Many activities were created and performed in the history de-
partment. Programs with special guests were presented and films
were shown. The civics classes had city and county officials to
come and to speak to them about state and city governments.
These special activities helped to create an interest in history for
There were seven different types of history offered at Aldine.
Many courses such as civics, advanced government, and econom-
ics prepared students for college. With all of these many courses
and new teaching methods, a student could prepare himself for
M,-A Chef Mr, John Mr. Charles
Russell Dodson Sfofte
Miss Tina Mr. Jim Mr. Merrill
Thomas Jackson Blackburn
Tapping of pencils, squeaking of
chalk and the wadding up ot paper to
try again, are all familiar sounds that
go along with math. The math depart-
ment consisted ot algebra, geometry,
trig, consumers math and related math.
To enrich and stimulate interest the
math department invited two guest
speakers during the tall semester. One
talked on the New York Stock Ex-
change andthe other was from the Bet-
ter Business Bureau.
The Consumers math classes worked
in the library tor several days to do re-
search on their careers. They then gave
an oral report on what line ot business
they were planning to go into after
graduation. These classes also video-
taped a program about consumers
math. The new teachers added to the
math department were Green, Bryant,
Podsednik, Smith, Jones, Gaines, and
Below: Janice Reneau, Sophomore, gets help from
neighbor in math.
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Mr. Pierre Marion
Mr. William Walker
Mrs. Paula Anders
Miss Hope Burgess
Mr. John Bowman
Mr, Charles Walker
Mr. Vernon Lewis
Mr. Carroll Haisly
"Why and How" of Science
Fumes from the chemistry lab, and smells of
dissected animals from biology were alla port of
the science classes this year. Six new teachers
were added to the science department to cover
the broad field of human knowledge concerned
with facts held together by rules and principles.
Physical science, required by freshmen, is con'
cerned mainly with the nature of the universe. For
sophomores, biology involved the study of living
organisms and their activities. To further their
knowledge, juniors and seniors were offered
chemistry and physics. Performing experiments,
students tried to explain "why and how" chemi-
cal reactions take place. Students taking physics
were concerned with matter and energy.
The Math and Science Club also sponsored the
science department. They go on various field trips
during the year.
Left: Roy Flores helps the physical science classes in an experi-
ment by heating contents in o flask.
Daryl Whitaker tries to find algae on his slide while David Pope looks on.
lf you happen to be walking down the south
hall anytime during the day and hear chanting
of'different languages, don't get excited and
think you're in the wrong school. lt's only the
voices of foreign languages students reciting
their lessons. The foreign languages department
consists of French, German, Spanish, and Latin.
This year the German classes visited a Ger-
man restaurant November l and 8. They also
attended a German Convention. The polka was
also taught by Miss Brandt to all her classes.
A foreign exchange student visited Aldine for
one week. She was from Finland.
"Speaking is emphasized most in foreign lan-
guage," stated Miss Brandt.
Right: John Barrington and Libby Burtner perform a German
skit during class as Gail Campbell narrates,
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blind girl in a Spanish skit.
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Mr. Bill Moreau'
Above: Robin Craig develops her talents by directing the Stovall band on
Left: Candy Davis practices for the football game Friday night, in chilly,
To Develop Interest and Talent
This year at Aldine, the band and choir were off to a new
start with two new directors. "Perhaps we will build a com-
pletely new organization," stated the choir teacher, Mrs.
The choir was active in participating in special programs
and activities not only at Aldine, but at many other places in
Houston. Besides performing in front of the student body, a
night concert was given for the benefit of the parents and
other interested listeners.
The Aldine band was also active in school functions
throughout the year. During the T969-l97O year the band
was led by Mr. Moreau and his assistant, Mr. Atkins. The band
not only performed at annual concerts, but presented march-
ing routines at halftime of every football game. The band
also performed at each pep rally, and many students felt that
the band helped to boost the spirit through the year.
Many students of the band and the choir felt that both
classes had undergone changes for the better. Perhaps all of
the practice and hard work will someday prove to be worth
the effort that the students have put forth through the year.
Above: Kay Fritz, Pam Fulbright, and Margaret Falco practice for the annual choir
concert given at Christmas.
Above left: Lynnette Brady projects spirit while singing in the choir.
Left: An octet practices a number as to learn how to sing in small groups and how to
AHS provided many opportunities for
students seeking business iobs by teaching
basic skills in various business courses. These
courses consisted ot general business, book-
keeping, shorthand, typing, business Eng-
lish, and vocational office education.
ln these courses developing the basic skill
was most important and through that, skill,
speed and accuracy developed. Students
taking typing and shorthand competed in
the Interscholastic League. Typing students
were given timed writings and graded on
speed and accuracy. Those in shorthand
took tive minute dictations of 80 words a
minute and were graded on the transcrip-
tions. The winners in the competition repre-
sented Aldine in the Interscholastic League.
This year the overhead projector was
used in typing and bookkeeping. The busi-
ness teachers were Mrs. Mitchamore, Mrs.
Judge, Mrs. Stracener, Mrs. Urban, and Mr.
Uopl Senior, Cheryl Williams thinks over her shorthand
as she transcribes it.
fBottoml Mrs. Judge instructs Terry Massey and the class
on a problem in bookkeeping.
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Girls Develop Physica
Top: Mrs. Jeon Morvis
Middle: Mrs. Dolores
Middle: Miss Peggy Brown
Bottom: Mrs. Lindo Drewes
Right: Sherry Toylor goes up
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Girls at Aldine develop their physical ability
with the aid of P. E. by participating in several
activities which include basketball, track, foot-
ball, and volleyball. Modern dance was some-
thing new tried this year, where all the girls
learned dances from other countries, as well as
making their own dances up.
The last six weeks of school was spent swim-
ming. Each girl was put in a group, and worked
towards earning a Red Cross card. Besidesswim-
ming, relays were held during each class period
to add some sport to the girls newly acquired
Left: "Hey, where did everybody go?" seems to be the ques-
tion ot this unidentified girl, during football.
Physical Education classes aimed to improve and
perfect the body and mind by means of selected
forms of physical activity. Also, by participating in
competitive games, the importance of teamwork was
stressed, which helped to create good sportsman-
After starting off each day with a few minutes of
warm-up exercises, the boys would participate in
some type of sport or game. Among the various
sports offered were football, basketball, track, soft-
ball, soccer, swimming, and dodge-ball. Further-
more, before the boys participated in a sport, they
were taught the background or history and some of
the basic fundamentals needed to perform well in
The school required all boys to take at least one
semester of Health Education. This was set up to
teach the boys good health habits including
hygiene, good grooming, first aid, manners, and cit-
Roger Kwiatkowski, iunior, hits a fly ball in an indoor baseball
Below: Bryant Guitterez displays his diving skill.
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lAbOVe: Lonnie Lewis measures Steve Neville's broad-lump as Coach Moses and Richard Waldrop look
l. Barton Massey
2, Dee Moses
3. Earl Parker
4. Ron Hester
5T Sonny Donaldson
Freddy Warman, freshman, participates in the
Cosmetology: The Art of Hairstyling
Above: Glynarra Bynum gives Debbie Jones a facial.
Right: Sharon Van Zandt practices on a mannequin.
Cosmetology was a Class of twenty
eight girls learning the methods ot hair-
styling. The three hour Class was Con-
ducted by Mrs. Dorothy Jackowski. The
girls learned Cosmetology with the use
ot a Classbook, a kit Containing their
Cosmetology tools, and through prac-
As juniors, the first year students
learned the basic skills of Cosmetology.
The first hour was spent toward skills
with the aid of books. The second hour
of Class was devoted to applying these
skills. The skills were applied to manne-
quins and their Classmates. The first
year girls also learned the professional
ethics of Cosmetology. At the end of the
year these girls had enough skill and
knowledge to deal with the public.
The second year girls Continued their
basic skills and strived for a profession-
al touch. These girls applied their style
to patrons ot the Aldine area. At com-
pletion of this Course, the girls went to
Austin tor exams and obtained their li-
cense to practice Cosmetology in vari-
ous beauty salons.
Above: Mrs. Dorothy Jack-
Right: Cynthia Rushing styles
a happy patrons hair.
Expression Through Art
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At AHS four years ot art is offered to interested stu-
dents. A beginning student first learned the basic art prin-
ciples. After using these principles, the students tested
their talents by using water colors, charcoals, pastel
chalks, and acrylics. Creating scenes are not the only
thing tried in art. Students got to try their hand at fashion
designing and at anatomy.
At various times throughout the year projects created
by students were exhibited. Later in the year they were
rated andziudged by a number ot art critics. Ribbons
were given to the outstanding works of art. Thus,
throughout art, students tested their ability at creating all
types of work of art.
Top: Doris Mattern, Voiza Tullus, and Mary O'dell discuss a picture exhibited.
Above: Liz Browning completes a picture.
Field Trips Brighten
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Theresa Brown carefully guides her malerial through the machine during third year homemaking.
Bouillabaisse, a familiar expression?
Maybe not to you, but at Aris Greno-
villes, a French Restaurant, where third
year homemaking classes visited, this
might be common. Also on the agenda
for homemaking was a trip to Fingers
Furniture store and one to Solomon Fab-
For Mrs. Stavinoha, head ot the de-
partment, Mrs. Wilkerson, Mrs. January,
and Mrs. Cooper the school year started
in the summer. They supervised girls
working tor one halt ot a credit by going
on field trips, doing home projects, and
by helping in elementary schools in the
Head Start program.
During the school year the teachers
were kept busy teaching nutrition and
Candy Phillips reads to a tot while babysitting tor a Y.H.T. mother.
toads, menu planning, clothing, child
care, grooming, family relations, and
Besides F.H.A., another organization
attiliated with homemaking is Young
Homemakers of Texas. Aldine's chapter
has titty members. While conducting
their monthly meeting, students babysat
tor the Y.l'l.T. mothers.
Top left: Terry Reglein and Dottie Atkins straighten the edges of the lining for
their wool garments.
Bottom right: Mrs. January assists Pam Odell, first year student, in the preparos
tion of doughnuts.
Top: Mrs. Roweno Lightfoot.
Bottom: Mr. Waring G. Wil'
Above left: Karen Neagle
and Carlisio Davis remind
students of the last day to
purchase a yearbook
Above right: Liz Spivey sells
a yearbook subscription to
Bottom left: Carol Ratcliffe,
editor, and Paula Fritzsch-
ing discuss layouts.
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The Journalism Department at Al-
dine consists of a yearbook class, one
journalism class, and the newspaper
staff. All classes worked year around to
give students the benefit of a newspa-
per and yearbook.
The journalism class wrote stories for
the MUSTANG, and interviewed teach-
ers and students. They sold ads to help
support the paper, and when an issue
ofthe MUSTANG came out, they were
there to sell it to the students and teach-
ers at Aldine. This class offered students
who wished to develop their talents a
chance to express themselves.
Members of the MUSTANG staff,
who made up the copy of the newspa-
per, also worked very hard. They also
wrote stories which appeared in the
Yearbook members also sold ads and
made interviews. The class went to Tay-
lor Publishing Company to learn how
the ROUNDUP was published. A record
number of yearbooks, 93l, were sold,
and the yearbook students worked
constantly in order to put out the best
Both classes worked to give the stu-
dents at Aldine a better MUSTANG
Above right: Marlene Evans sells a MUSTANG to
Bottom: Alice Copeland gives Mrs. Lightfoot an ad
for the next issue of the MUSTANG.
Theory Is Prcicticecl in Air
Conditioning and Refrigeration
"Of course, it is easy for the graduating students of
this class to acquire iobs in air conditioning and refriger-
ation, but they are also qualified to go directly into Sta-
tionary Engineering," stated Mr. Simmang, who taught
These two courses, each of which consisted of three
hours, were broken up into two sessions. Theory con-
sumed the tirst hour and actual work on the theory
learned covered the remaining two hours. Impaired
equipment was donated to these students who then re-
paired and resold the working material.
"The classes work under an informal atmosphere, but
with the leadership of Mr. Simmang the work is always
accomplished," stated Alan Brannon, first year student.
Top: Mike Lofton and Jerry Preston charge a unit with Freon.
Middle: Aaron Saenz checks the air on one of his proiects.
Vocational Course Offers Basic
Fundamentals of Mechanics
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Auto Mechanics, a vocational
course, is taught to iunior and sen-
ior students who are interested in
the automotive field. The daily
three hour class is divided into
theory and actual working experi-
ence on old automobiles donated
by friends, family, and members of
the faculty. The activities of the
year included field trips to places
such as Mort Hall Ford, and also
participating in District and State
VICA meets. At the end of the two
year course, the young men had
studied all phases and parts of the
automobile and received a Voca-
tional Certificate from the Texas
Left: Mike Pagel applies his newly acquired
knowledge by repacking a wheel bearing.
Left: Mike Pratt and David Hogue install an air conditioner during the afternoon
All fifteen of Aldine's English teachers attempted
to teach the students at Aldine something of the fas-
cinating characters in our literature. The freshman
classes studied Great Expectations, which was writ-
ten by Charles Dickens. These students shall always
remember their first encounter with Pip and Miss Ha-
visham. Aldine's sophomore class met Silas Marner,
the miser who found happiness without money. The
juniors had a somewhat varied selection of novels.
While some students were reading The Scarlet Letter
and The Crucible, others were reading The Pearl.
Thus, the students ended a year with a bit of knowl-
edge of literature.
In Senior English, composition is stressed more
than literature to prepare students for college.
Humanities is offered to the students who wish to
study literature more seriously. These students at-
tended the Alley Theatre every month to see such
plays as The Rose Tattoo and The Andersonville
Trials. Journalism, Communicative English, or Busi-
ness English is offered if Senior English is not pre-
Amelia Schmidt is preparing for her critical analysis on The Cruci-
Donna Walker like many other students finds time to search for a lis
brary book for a book report.
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Animal Farm Highlights Vocational
This year at AHS the Vocational Agricultural classes
raised their animals as exhibits for the annual Ag. show
at a new' permanent location. Mr. David R. Schoene-
mann donated an area of land located on Aldine West-
field and Sandydale Road, as an animal farm for the
boys to take care of their stock that was to be entered in
the annual project show in April.
Classes were taught by Mr. Joe Woodland and Mr.
David McCullough. Some ofthe procedures taught in the
classes concerned the preparations of meats, care of ani-
mals, soil care, and the knowledge of machinery used in
everyday, outdoor living. Also, during the year the agri-
cultural classes were responsible for the building of the
annual bonfire as a part of homecoming celebrations.
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procedures of meat processing to his
class, from left to right: Mike Albin,
Gary Thumes, Steve Point, Darrel Harri- V , M A
son, Roger Pope, and Richard Ballard. '
Terry Lowery measures the length ot his show box to be used in the Ag. project
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Industrial Arts Advance New Skills
Above: In woodshop Joey Starvaggi makes a candle holder on the wood-lathe.
Scotty Bell prepares a layout in vocational drafting.
Drafting and woodshop, the two lndus-
trial Arts classes, taught students basic skills
needed in future iobs of engineering, draft-
ing, and construction..Accuracy, neatness,
and safety were stressed in both courses.
In drafting, students were taught skills in
technical and architectural drafting. Work
in the class consisted of learning new tech-
niques and drawing different architectural
plans. Outside of the class, the architectural
drafting class went to Astro Hall to see the
home builders show. Also, along with the
Woodshop classes, the drafting classes
watched the construction of the new addi-
tion at A.H.S. Ideas were expressed by the
use of lines, signs, and symbols. Technical
drafting taught students the basic funda-
mentals of drafting. Those who wished to
continue drafting were able to get summer
jobs on drafting proiects.
Woodshop trained students in the build-
ing and construction of wooden proiects.
Instructions in the use of tools and machin-
ery emphasized safety. Skills were devel-
oped through home proiects. This course
not only gave students a chance to help
with house repairs, but also provided them
with a hobby.
These constructive courses, which made
up the Industrial Arts Department, prepared
Aldine boys for future iobs in industry.
l3l Mr. Leslie Acker
Ill Mr. George Cummings
l2l Mr. Bernard Detlefsen
The Techniques of Selling
Distributive Education helped many students in-
terested in the techniques of selling to learn about re-
tailing and wholesaling. Not only did these students
learn about merchandising, marketing and advertis-
ing, but also about human relations. This vocational
program gave each student a chance to develop
leadership and responsibility. Working in the school
store was one ot the various ways to learn about
working with others. ln Distributive Education each
student was placed in a place ot business which
would prepare,them tor their future lite.
Right: D.E. students Ronnie Howton and Newt Lucas view one
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Above: A sales demonstration is performed by Mary Jarrell and Sandra Teague.
Custoclians Serve Aldine Students
Not pictured are the ianitors who were: George Hines, J.
B. Stroud, H. W. Norris, G. H, Warneke, Georgia Nor-
ris, Walter Andrews, Cora Norris, Florence Haynes, and
Below: The cafeteria staff this year was as follows: Top
row, left to right: Mickie Lenning, Violet Van Ness, Vivian
McGuire, Peggy Prewitt, Clara Gorski, Pauline Walker,
and Thelma Woodruff. Bottom row, left to right: Rose
Hoyt, Annette Morris, Miclcie Palmer, Jean Bonden, Cora
Baker, and Lillian Nicholas.
Parties and socials were always events anticipat-
Homecoming was the first all-school activity in
which each person took part.
The Prom was the ultimate ot rush, and much
hurried care was given to forgotten details,
But-graduation was the source of escape and the
end of the maze.
September Qpens Halls ol
September opened the halls of Aldine once again
this year with a record enrollment of l700. To help
accommodate these new students, temporary build-
ings were put up until a new wing could be built and
a new snack bar ahd student lounge was added to
Class meetings were held and officers were elect-
ed. The seniors received their rings, and the annual
Howdy Dance, featuring the Ninth Street Bridge,
was sponsored by the Aldine High School Student
Congress. Friends got together once again, and the
new students became acquainted with the old.
Pep rallies, football games, and the selling ofthe
ROUNDUP brought about the enthusiasm needed to
start a new year at AHS.
The junior class sold magazine subscriptions in
order to earn money for the Junior-Senior prom to
be held in May. Prizes were awarded to the top
salesmen, and everyone who sold ten dollars worth,
received an Aldine pennant.
September closed with the spirit ot another year
off to a great start.
l'Enter at your own risk," is something that is very familiar to the students
in the Senior English classes ot Mrs. Tyson.
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Freshman Barbara Farris lrightl, and Kay Robertson lcenterl, participate in class election of officers
Students Acliust to School Life
David Hickey and Carol Walton "doing their thing" at the Howdy Dance. Wanda Laird and Randy Spardella study once again in
Crowded conditions in the cafeteria were quite difficult to get used to until a new student lounge and new additions to cafeteria could be built
Dctober Was Marked by Spirit
Filled with signs of spirit, the month of
October was full of activities. Centered
around football season, the team had the
support of the student body. The students
and the faculty expressed their spirit by
their good attendance at football games.
The month was highlighted by Spirit
Week. This included a night pep rally be-
fore the MacArthur game. Spirit chants
could be held in the halls of Aldine through-
out the week. Aldine's traditional blue and
white was worn often by the students and
faculty. Competition between homerooms
was displayed by the door decorations of
spirit. Spirit week was ended by the judges
decision to award the Band Hall first place.
Left: James Simmons boosts the spirit of the team before
the MacArthur game.
Lower left: Fans of the "Mighty Mustangs" cheer for a
Below: The Band Hall took first place in door decorations
of Spirit Week.
November Spirit Was
Right: An ex-student admires the senior's W 5
Homecoming decorations in the ,student
November came and brought with it many varied
activities. The first week was a busy one for the sen-
iors of A.H.S. who were planning and decorating for
Homecoming. The overall enthusiasm and spirit was
even further stimulated by the annual bonfire held
the night before the big game. Led by the cheerlead-
ers and the band, many spectators yelled and
cheered for the "Mighty Mustangs." Football season
came to a victorious close with the second place title
in District l5AAAA. Basketball season then got off to
a start with many tournaments and games. The Fu-
ture Homemakers of America sponsored the "Fall
Fantasy," a formal dance held at the Field lnn on
November 2l. Also during the month, the O.E.A.,
the band, and other various clubs held bake sales
during the lunch periods, as money making projects.
"Antic Spring," a one act play presented by the
Drama Department, brought an end to the full-
scheduled month of November.
Right: Bob Bostwick fights the ants in his pants in a scene from "Antic
Stimulated by the Bonfire
Left: George Crisp, John Stember, Phil Hahn, and
Phillip Terrell show their spirit and determination at
Bottom left: Blazing bonfire burns with spirit.
Bottom right: Supporters cheer the Mustangs on at
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year's Homecoming Princesses. Charlotte Gist
was chosen queen. The senior class nominated
many girls and then voted and selected three.
Then the whole school voted and chose one.
Princess Lola was a cheerleader for three
years and this year she was head cheerleader.
She was president of her Freshman Class and
corresponding secretary her junior year. She
was on the ROUNDUP staff her sophomore
year. Lola was a winner of the President's Physi-
cal Fitness award and was onthe All-Star Girl's
Basketball Team last year. She was a member of
the Student Senate this year. Lola has been in
choir for four years, Madrigals two years, and
was vice-president of the choir this year. This
year Lola was chosen Miss Aldine.
Princess Libby was active in the Thespians
and this year was president of the club. She has
been in band for four years, was All-District last
year, and was secretary of band this year. She
was reporter of the National Honor Society and
was a member of the Student Senate this year.
She was treasurer of her junior class and was an
Honor Student her freshman and iunior years.
Her senior year Libby was on the tennis team
and was a candidate for Miss Aldine.
Seniors Honor Classes of 1939
As is traditional, the senior class held a
Homecoming dance. This year the classes of
T939 and T959 were honored.
The band, The Liquid Blue, added to the ex-
citement ot the dance. At the dance the senior
class gave Charlotte Gist a silver charm and
charm bracelet and Mrs. Tyson, head senior
sponsor, was presented with a bouquet ot
roses. Later, exes were introduced and every-
one began re-acquainting old trienclships. Also
as an added activity the Madrigals performed.
As the evening ended, the dance proved to
have been enjoyable and a pleasant finish to
the T969-70 Homecoming activities.
Right: A member ot the Liquid Blue plays at the Homecoming
For right: Ruby Stehlik seems to be having tun at the Home-
Below: Allen Fuchs and Debbie Byrd dance to the music ot
the Liquid Blue.
December Brings Many Activities . . .
AHS students took an active part in the many
activities planned for the month of December.
As Christmas drew near, students became aware
of other's needs by participating in the annual
Adopt One program. The Future Nurses club,
sponsoring this program, sorted many gifts
which had been donated by each homeroom.
Many homerooms held projects in conjunction
with this program. A shoe shine was one of those
original money making projects held by one
Maxi Day was an added attraction this year.
Many girls came to school outfitted in their
floor-length skirts and coats.
On December lo, the choir presented its an-
nual Christmas concert. The choir sang carols
such as "The Birthday of a,King" and i'Do You
l-lear What I Hear."
Christmas decorations were placed in the stu-
dent lounge by the freshman, sophomore, jun-
ior, and senior classes. Two old-fashioned
Christmas trees were placed in the student
lounge and the cafeteria as added decorations.
To highlight the Christmas season, the annual
Christmas Social was sponsored by the Student
Congress. Away from the usual tradition, the
dress was changed to formal and semi-formal.
Music was provided by "The Michael."
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Choir sings at annual
Christmas choir con-
Left: Beverly Bene-
stant, Kathy Camp-
bell, Aaron Cherry,
and Gail Campbell
decorate corner with
, V tree and St. Nick.
And ci Desire c
Above: Sam Elliott and Janet Walker dance to music of "The Michael," during the Christ-
Top right: Phillip Terrell and lrma Gonzales discuss "important issues," while Delayne Wil-
son and Steve Hutchinson watch the dancers.
Right: Lori Parker and Kay Walton shine boots to raise money for the Adopt One program.
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Top: Sandy Konieczny, Charlene Barclay, Gail FulBright, and Linda McDaniel pack gifts
for a needy family.
Bottom: Robin Coleman, Jackie Hewlett, and Lynn Williams show the fashion of the times
on Maxi Day.
Mustangs Honored at
The "MIGHTY MUSTANGSH were honored at the an-
nual Football Banquet, Thursday, December 4. Afterythe
banquet dinner, the Varsity lettermen, Junior Varsity
iettermen, and the Freshman lettermen were awarded for
their effort during the football season.
Don Burrisk and John Stember were highly honored.
At the banquet, the Most Valuable Player award was
presented to Don Burrisk. This award is given each year
to the player who has proven to be valuable to the team,
and who has shown leadership and the best attitude.
John Stember was given the "Mustang Fighting Heart
Award". To receive this award, a player should possess
such qualities as fighting spirit, leadership, fair play, and
willingness to participate in all athletic activities.
The guests of the banquet were entertained by Dr.
James Blakely from Wharton Junior College.
Right: Coach Massey presents the Mast Valuable Player award.
Bottom left: John Stember proudly receives the Fighting Heart Award.
Bottom right: Lane Dillon and his date, Nora Spivey enioy the banquet
Career Day Highlights Exam Month
Small Debbie Bacala struggles with o load of books through exam week.
Studying, worrying, and cramming for exams came
with the first of January. Each exam was limited to one
hour, but this did not lessen the studying that had to be
done by most students. Freshmen were introduced to
high school exams and had various opinions concerning
them. Freshman, Pam O'dell commented, iiThey were
harder than I had expected."
The first month in l97O was welcomed along with
three district victories in varsity basketball. After exams,
girls' P.E. started their intramural basketball games and
excitement mounted as to which team would be the
Many new students entered Aldine for the second se-
mester and schedules were changed and rearranged for
previous students. The counselors' offices were filled with
students who needed schedule changes,
Business Career Day was the highlight of January. This
event was sponsored by V.O.E. The entire school turned
out to examine the office equipment. Many students and
teachers listened with intent interest as exhibitors demon-
strated and explained the typewriters, adding machines,
computors, telephones, and other office equipment.
Armed Forces Vocational Aptitude Battery tests conclud-
ed the month.
Phil Hahn and Lewis Hough try for two points.
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George Crisp and Randy Robertson listen as the demonstrotor ex-
February activities were based around class elec-
tions. Class tavorites were nominated at meetings
and then voted on.
This month also brought the girls intramural bas-
ketball game. The game was held during sixth period
and the gym was packed. Atter the game trophies
were awarded to the winning team and the all-star
basketball team was announced.
February was an active month tor the iunior class.
It was the time for their social, which was held to
help pay tor the prom. There were booths ready for
an old time carnival. There was o cake walk, a fish
pond tilled with prizes, and many other fun-tilled ac-
tivities. Along with the booths, a band was provided
to supply music tor dancing.
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Ray Goss and Lisa Ferreri groove out at the iunior social
Seniors Highlight March
March was filled with a number of activi-
ties which kept the student body, especially
the Seniors, busy during the month. The tra-
ditional senior picture was made. Invita-
tions were delivered tothe Seniors and they
ordered their caps and gowns.
Cheerleading tryouts were held March
25 in the auditorium. Six girls were chosen
to serve as the T970-'71 cheerleaders. The
elected cheerleaders included Pat Gist, Su-
zanne Florence, Shirley Okabayashi, Irma
Gonzales, Terry McLean, and Gayle Strick-
The Coronation, sponsored by the
Roundup staff, was held March 20. This an-
nual event highlighted the month of March.
Left: "Let's go" yelled Terry Massey as she shows her
school spirit in cheerleading tryouts.
Bottom left: Seniors follow photographers' instructions
while lining up for the senior group picture.
Bottom right: Leonard Truett, Billy McElroy, and Paul
Miller discuss ordering their caps and gowns.
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Carol Ratcliffe and Victor Mikeska Libby Burfner ond Leonard Trueff
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Ientral Pcirk as Theme
Again this year the ROUNDUP presented
the annual Coronation, This year the theme
was that of springtime in Central Park.
On that night there was a sense of excite-
ment and anticipation of the coming win-
ners. The judges, who interviewed the can-
didates for most beautiful and handsome,
before the Coronation, had to make diffi-
When the Coronation began the Master
and Mistress of Ceremonies introduced the
Aldine Club representatives and all the can-
didates for Most Beautiful and Handsome.
Also at this time the candidates for Mr. and
Miss Aldine were introduced. The crowning
of Mr. and Miss Aldine was the highlight of
the evening. Afterwards the royal court was
entertained by talented students. The results
ofthe Most Handsome and Beautiful of the
classes and of the whole school were then
given at the end of the Coronation.
' According to yearbook sponsor, Mr. Wil-
son, this Coronation proved to be one of the
most beautiful ones and that it had taken
much hard work by the yearbook staff to
Left: Carol Ratcliffe gives the dedication of the yearbook
to Mr. Dee Moses.
Bottom left: Mrs. Gerald Hoffman, Miss Sharon Eilers,
and Mrs. Jeannie Murley enjoy judging the most beauti-
ful and handsome candidates.
Bottom right: Roger Lane and Donna Gay preside as
Master and Mistress of ceremonies.
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Debbie Cermak and Dennis Clifton
Dianne Deskins and Terry Lechinger
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Kathy Frey and Steve Rigsdell
Suzanne Florence and Tim Becket
Sherri Anderson and Donny Stanley
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Charlotte Gist and Leonard Truett
Kay Smith ond Steve Burrisk
Sandy Sims and Ken Poe
Janet Jones and Keith Roberts Karen Theiss and Mark Reneau Caron Hayes and Freddie Warman
. . . And the Winners
Sherry Williams and Leonard Truetl
Nora Spivey ond John Bissell
Patricia Gisf and James Carter
Caron Hayes ancl Keith Roberts
Leonard TrueH and Caron Hayes
Basketball ancl Tricycle Race . . .
Greg Gardener shows his skill on tri-
cycles as he crosses the finish line as
winner of the race.
The annual tricycle race, sponsored by
the "Mustang," got April off to a good
start. Miss Eaton was winner of the teachers
division, Linda Anderson, girls division, and
Greg Gardener, boys division. Greg was
also winner ot the entire race.
The band gave its Spring Concert during
activity period, which proved to be very
Seniors proved to be superior over the
coaches in a game of basketball. Jean
Adams who is a columnist forthe Houston
Post, gave an interesting talk to the girls of
Senior football boys beat the basketball
boys in a game of basketball. At the Basket-
ball Banquet Phil Hahn received the K. C.
Freiling award. Blake King, iunior, received
l5-AA All District.
James Bates out-iumps Coach Moses in a lump ball dur-
ing a game between seniors and coaches.
. . . Highlights of April
Daryl Hanks lumps for o rebound as John Slember reaches for if in a game be-
tween senior baskelball and football boys.
Bob Bosfwick, senior, participates in the band's spring concert.
Left: Jean Adams, who is a columnist for the Post, reads a leher to the
Carol Ratcliffe instructs Kyle Graham on the proper way ot stirring tea.
Activities at the Senior Banquet
The graduating Senior class ot i970
was honored at the annual Senior Ban-
quet held Friday, May 22. Teachers
served as the waiters and waitresses.
The Senior prophecies were distributed
and students were entertained by the
Madrigal singers. With the 'isubiect ot
worrying," skits were put on by the
members ot the senior class. Victor Mik-
eslca and Mrs. Tyson gave farewell
Kathy Frey and Steve Rigsdell enioy their meal at
the Senior Banquet.
With May came many activities for
all and the excitement ot another
school year coming to a close. The
choir and band gave their annual
spring concert May 7 and 2l. The last
Junior-Senior Prom was held May 8 at
the Marriott. Sponsored by the Vaque-
ras, the faculty challenged each other
in a volleyball game. The Awards As-
sembly was held May l9 and many stu-
dents were given awards tor their out-
standing worlc. The baseball season
proved to be superior by the team win-
ning bi-district over Spring Branch and
Regional over Waco-Richfield.
Seniors highlighted the closing of the
l97O school year. Senior caps and
gowns were distributed on May l8,
and May 22 was designated as Senior
cap day. Seniors were honored at the
Senior Banquet held May 22. The long
awaited day of Graduation May 28th,
finally came tor the Seniors as the l97O
school year came to a close.
Excitement Mounts Cl
Top: Kathy Frey demonstrates to Steve Rigsdale what a womans touch can do.
Right: Glenna Hall proudly accepts her third year award from Mr. Black.
Left: The "Age of Aquarius"
highlighted The spring choir
Top: 4'Wow, look of Tho? one," says Billie Risinger to Don Roberts os lhey look of The art exhibit in
"The Old World" was the theme pre-
sented at the Junior-Senior Prom on May 8.
The prom was held at the Marriott Motor
Hotel. Since the decorations of the ball-
room were provided by the Marriott, the
Juniors were able to serve refreshments. The
refreshments included pretzels, hors
d'oeuvres, potato chips, finger sandwiches,
cokes and punch.
This year the Junior class gave the Senior
girls small silver iewelry cases. Also the jun-
ior girls presented the junior sponsors with
gifts of appreciation. Many students said
that this was the most successful prom the
iunior class had given in many years.
Right: Marty Goodwin and Susan Moorhead waitin line
with their dates to get punch.
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Above: "Look into my eyes, and repeat after me," says Lisa Armstrong
date Bubba Kraatz.
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Many couples enioy dancing af the Junior-Senior Prom.
Susan Florence, Sharon Campbell, and Charlotte Gisl exchange autographs. '4What I say, goes, I hope!" explains Debra Bourke To date, Ray Goss.
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own kind of fun.
"0Id World" Theme Presented
Above: Ernest Wilson cmd dole - "Silence is Golden."
Right: John Price, Lynn Lucas, Sidney Slember, and Chris
Prilchefl discuss their offer-prom plans.
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George Crisp - University of Houston, Phil-
lip Terrell - University ot Houston, not pic-
tured is .lack Ross - Arkansas State.
TROPHY AWARDS: Left to right: Bob Bostwick, Leonard Truett, Vicki Reynolds,
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Bob Boslwick - Malh
Sieve Ward - English
John Copeland - Speech
Leonard Truett - History
Vicki Reynolds - Choir
R. B, Tillman - Boy's PE
Debbie Wilson - Girl's PE
Danny Wendi - Ag
Glenna Hall - Bond
Buddy Peake - Science
Susan Melchor - Foreign Language
Cynthia Rounsavoll - Homemalcing
Gloria Levve - Business
Cynthia Rushing H Cosmetology
RECIPIENTS OF GOLD CORDS: Top
row, left to right: Leonard Truett, Bob
Bostwick, Teresa Brown, Vicki Reynolds,
Buddy Peake, Steve Ward, Sandy
Teague, Sharon Simkins, Gloria Lev-
vee, Victor Mikiska, Tim Spencer, Carol
Ratclifte, Jamie Finch, Alice Kaminski,
Carrie Dover, Mary Tupper, Steve
Walker, Carla Strother.
The above students are the top
ranking seniors academically
and are pictured in order ot
LETTER AWARDS: Top row to right: Joan Williams, Robin Craig, Donna Gay, Steve Burrisk, Dennis Rite, Kay Walton, Wanda
Sligar, Susan Melchor, Kathy Buzbee, Matty Tereski, Kaye Smith, Ruth Hansell, Mike Smith, Delton Carter, Steven Neville, Paul
Subrt, James Belnoski, Carol Coley, Debra Carpenter, Constance Hein, Doris Mattern, Betty Kaminski, Ethel Featherson,
rlonorecl at Awards Program
WHO'S WHO FOR AMERICAN
AWARDS: Top row, left to right: John
Buddy Peake, Carla Strother, Teresa
Karen Gates, Shirley Okabayashi,
Hall, Rhonda Turner.
SCHOOLS: Top row, left to right:
Leonard Truett, Don Burrisk, Bob
Bostwick, Steve Walker, Steve
Ward, Jamie Finch, Karen Nave,
Carol Ratcliffe, Buddy Peake, Vic-
tor Mikeska, Cynthia Rushing,
Sharon Simkins, Teresa Brown,
Vicki Reynolds, Carla Strother,
STRAIGHT-A's FOR ENTIRE YEAR: Left to right, back row: Paul Subrt, Glenda Trapp, Debra Carpenter, Karen
Gates, Glenna Hall, Dicie Beaman, Rima Audi.
Seniors, Thinking o
Shirley Wells strciightens Becky Pierce's cap.
Libby Burtner, Bill Rawson and James Bates discuss their after
uture, Prepare for Graduation
Graduation - a tar away dream tor Seniors, soon
becomes a reality. Now their thoughts must turn to
The seniors last time together as a class was at the
commencement. The commencement exercises
began with the processional as the band played
"March Triumphalf' Victor Milceska, the Senior
Class President, opened the ceremony with the invo-
cation, Bob Bostwick then gave his Salutatorian ad-
dress. The choir, directed by Loreli Schwartz, sang
"No Man is an Island" and "Bridge Over Troubled
Waters." Valedictorian, Leonard Truett, then spoke
of the real meaning of lite. Dr. W. C. Newberry, As-
sistant Professor ot Education at Southwest Texas
State College, brought the commencement address.
The diplomas were then presented to the Seniors by
Chester H. Reese, the President ot the Board of Edu-
cation. The commencement came to a close with the
recessional i'Pomp and Circumstancef'
George Crisp and James Bates pose to have their picture taken.
The Real Meaning of Life - Al
mporiont Message for Seniors
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Left: The AHS Choir sings Senior Class song
"Bridge Over Troubled Waters."
Below: Seniors enloy the groduofion cdclress
given by Dr. W. C. Newberry.
Gracluaiion Becomes Reality
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Carol Ratcliffe seems relieved at receiving her diploma.
Right: Cathy White takes her turn walking onto the field. V
With the excitement ot football games
The many basketball gamesf
' And endless numbers of track meets,
Came the haste of ticket buying and
n mounting spirit.
Aldine Bows to
The Aldine Mustangs got off to a slow start as they opened
their T969-70 football season by losing to Sam Houston. In
the opening quarter Aldine's halfback Don Burrisk scored Al-
dine's first touchdown in a one yard dive. In the second quar-
ter, Sam Houston's quarterback Robert Armstrong found split
end Bobby Huges 50 yards in the end zone for the final Sam
Houston score. At halftime the score was tied 7-7. The second
half was completely Sam Houston's as they put T3 more
points on the scoreboard to make the final score Sam Houston
20, Aldine 7.
This was a rare occurre
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GEORGE CRISP, Sr
3 Yr. Letterman
JOHN STEMBER, Sr.,
3 Yr. Letterman
nce for, that Friday, a Sam Houston p
DON BURRISK, Sr.,
3 Yr. Letterman
PHIL HAHN, Sr.,
3 Yr. Letterman
ass was incom-
A iolting John Stember block
Mustangs Roll by Reagan, 31-0
Don Burrisk ran all over Delmar Stadium as the
Aldine Mustangs stomped over the Reagan Bulldogs.
Burrislc was a hard luck runner who gained l89
yards on l 8 carries in a game which was highlighted
by almost 300 yards of penalty yardage. He scored
two touchdowns but had three more called back on
runs of 25, 70, and 84 yards. Phillip Terrell also
scored two touchdowns and was second to Bu rrislc in
rushing with 63 yards in lO carries.
Left: Don Burrisk is on his way to one ot his long gains ofthe night.
JAMES BATES, Sr.
2 Yr. Letterman
LEONARD TRUETT, Sr.
2 Yr. Letterman
Phil Hahn shows the wear and tear of battle 'nl
Aldine Smashes Falcons, 31-8
Quarterback Jack Ross ran for one score and
passed for two others as he sparked the Mustangs to
their second straight win in three games. He person-
ally accounted for more than 200 yards, running for
H2 and throwing for 89 in a spirited Aldine attack
that piled up almost 350 yards of offense. Scoring
honors were distributed evenly between the Aldine
squad, while George Crisp opened the scoring with
a 25 yard field goal. Don Burrisk then scored on a l 7
yard run, and a little later James Bates scored on a
25 yard pass from Ross. Ross ended the scoring when
he passed it perfectly to James Carter l 5 yards in the
Far right: JACK ROSS, Sr.
2 Yr. Letterman
For right: PHILLIP TERRELL, Sr.
3 Yr. Letterman
Above: George Crisp toes a 25 yard field goal.
l Yr. Letterman
3 Yr. Letterman
Mustangs Nip Carver, 17-12
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One of the reasons James Carter was the first team all district l5 AAA linebacker,
Tailback Don Burrisk sparked a
second-half Aldine running attack
which pushed across a third period
score. The Mustangs went on to
win l7-l 2 over Aldine Carver. Bur-
risk finished the game with ll5
rushing yards on 25 carries.
George Crisp kicked a 26 yard
field goal in the first period. Later
James Bates tucked in a Carver
punt and rambled for 55 yards and
6 points. The winning score came
on a one yard dive by fullback
BILLY MCELROY, Sr.
2 Yr. Letterman
Jack Ross and James Bates shake hands with Carver players before
returning to the sidelines after the cointoss.
Flawless Wildcats Clip Alcline, 19-7
A crowd ot over 4,000 fans saw
the Mustangs score their lone tally
in the first period with Don Burrisk
going around right end the last T5
yards. The PAT by George Crisp
was goocl. With 3:43 left Aldine
led, 7-O. Then Westchester scored
and left the game tied at 7-7. The
second half surge left Massey's
Mustangs down by two touch-
RANDY ROBERTSON, Sr.,
2 Yr. Letterman
DAVID YOUNGEBLOOD, Sr.,
3 Yr. Letterman
Don Burrisk turns the corner and looks uptield for the goal line.
George Crisp is removed from the field on a stretcher after in
turing his knee.
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l Generals Edge Past Alcline, 17-14
Above: James Bates taking the punt and heading uptield.
Below: James Simmons stopping the MacArthur quarterback while tour Mustangs pursue.
The Aldine Mustangs beat archrival Mac-
Arthur Generals in everything but scoring.
Fumbles again plagued Aldine as they
threatened to score 3 more times inside the
20 yard line. Aldine opened with two quick
touchdowns in the first period with Don Bur-
risk kniting over from the eight and Phillip
Terrell, on an end around, going in from 28
yards. MacArthur kicked a tield goal with
no seconds showing on the clock to make
the score l7-l4 at half. With l8 seconds
lett in the game George Crisp attempted a
tield goal that tailed. Defensive standouts
were Walter Johnston, Phil Hahn, James
Carter, Bill McElroy and Bill Cochran.
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Pasadena Slips Past Aldine 12-6
On a quarterback keeper Jack Ross runs tor a short gain.
Despite the hard running by Don Burrisk, Pasadena
slipped by Aldine 12-6. Burriskraumbledfor 216 net yards
on 24 carries, including an 8l yard touchdown sprint on
the second play ot the third quarter. Quarterback Bobby
Randall scored both touchdowns for Pasadena on runs of
28 and l l yards. Aldine's defensive stars included tackle
Phil Hahn, end Randy Robertson, linebacker James Car-
ter, and safety James Bates.
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JAMES CARTER, Jr., MATTY TERASAKI, 5
l Yr. Letterman l Yr. Letterman
Tailback Don Burrisk romped tor tour touchdowns and
253 yards as Aldine shelled Smiley, the defending District
i5-AAAA champs. Burrisk scored on runs ot 47-42-25
and eight yards. The Mustangs scored in every quarter
and gained 305 yards rushing while throwing only tive
passes as they squared their season record at 4-4 and
league mark at l-ll Quarterback Jack Ross scored tor
Aldine on a tour yard keeper set up by Leonard Truett's
interception. Tackle Phil Hahn was a defensive standout
Pat Patterson, sidelined for the season because ot an iniury, yelps it up as
Aldine upsets Smiley,
l Yr. Letterman
PAUL BARRNET, Jr.,
l Yr. Letterman
Don Burrisk is on his way to
the l5AAAA rushing title
Jackets Kill District Hopes
Don Burrisk, following the blocking of Edwin Dewberry, gains crucial yardage in the first quarter
On Homecoming night, the Galena Park
Yellow Jackets killed Aldine's hopes for a
district title with a 26-l 2 victory. But it was
Aldine who struck first as the Mustangs used
a 44 yard pass interception by James Carter
to set up a 42 yard George Crisp field goal.
But on the following Aldine kickoff, Galena
Park halfback Billy Hearn raced. 87 yards
for a touchdown making the score 7-3. ln
the third quarter, Aldine regained the lead,
when Phillip Terrell, rambling' 56 yards,
broke three tackles for TD. District champs
looked mighty good at that moment but on
the following kickoff, "lightening" struck
again as Galena Park's Eddie McClure ran
it back until Leonard Truett pushed him out
of bounds at the seven yard line.
Above right: Lane Dillon, Jr., l Yr. Letterman, Roger
Lane, Jr., l Yr. Letterman, James Simmons, Jr., l Yr.
Letterman. Below right: Edwin Dewberry, Jr., l Yr. Letter-
man, Rod McKehan, Jr., l Yr. Letterman, Steve Burrisk,
Jr., l Yr. Letterman.
Mustangs Second in District
George Crisp, in his other role as defensive halfback, moves in for the kill.
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The Aldine Mustangs took second place in District
l5AAAA as the Ponies outlasted the North Shore
Mustangs 26-Ql at Dement Stadium. Coming off a
heart-breaking loss to Galena Park the week before
which knocked the Mustangs out of contention for
first place in district, Aldine had to beat the big red
to gain a second place finish. Don Burrisk, having
one of his usual nights, gained 206 yards rushing
and scored all four Aldine touchdowns. This brought
his rushing total yardage up to T717 yards making
him the leading rusher in the district. Leading de-
fense consisted of James Carter who made two key
interceptions late in the game which killed two North
Shore scoring threats.
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l Yr. Letterman
LEWIS CARTER, So
l Yr. Letterman
l Yr. Letterman
JOHN COOK, Sr.,
i l Yr. Letterman
l Yr, Letterman
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Top row: Gary Anderson, Tim Becket, Mark Beckham, John Bise
sell, Richie Carter, Danny Craft, and Tommy Fogle. Second
row: Jack Frost, Riley Hamilton, Joe Harris, Larry Harris, Pat
Lazarine, Ed McCullough, Mark Mitchell. Third row: Junior
Null, Marty Null, Ed Plato, Kenneth Poe, John Sarabia, Fred
Schon, and Kenneth Skinner. Fourth row: Dan Stevens, John
Tautenhahn, Stephen Terry, Robert Welch, David Wright.
Varsity Manager: Doug Barnett and Gary Francis.
Jones. . .
MacArthur . .
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North Shore ..... l2
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,5 1 F ' f '7 ' if CE Joe Blanco, Don Bolton, Ralph Brown, Mark Burrisk, Wayne Cooper, Don
L I - Je ty ., I ii I 6 A DeVille. Second row: Jimmy Frels, Robby Fuqua, Robert Gutierrez, Jerry
B A lf Y I' K I ' J' , Harris, Randy Hays, Ernie Hickman, John Hill, Mike lnglish, Steve James,
if ,. l , l f. Harold Kapalski. Third row: Mike Louis, Richard Louallier, Terry Lowery,
Vip - 1 1 R ' J I xipx 2 Glen Lucadore, Clifford Mara, Dall Mayo, Gary McKinnly, Clifford
McPhearson, David Meir, Darrell Mounger.
Fourth row: John Pavy, Joe Peel, Mike Price,
Mark Reneau, Keith Roberts, John Saunders,
Ray Skelton, Gerald Smith, Joe Spradlings,
Charles Swearer. Fifth row: Mike Turner, D. L.
Turriguance, Walter Watson, Marty Watson,
Jeff Webb. Not pictured: Billy Chumley, Alvis
Hughes, Rob Karr,
Aldine... 6 Kirby ...... . l3
Aldine. . . 0 Spring Branch . O
Aldine. . l5 Northwood . . . 8
Aldine, , 20 Wld. Acres .... 6
Aldine. . . 2 Conroe .... . 32
Aldine. ,. O Memorial. . . . . O
Aldine. , 15 North Shore.. . 8
Aldine. . 23 Galena Park.. l4
Aldine , , , O Westchester . . l4
Aldine.. l6 MacArthur . .. l4
Left: Joe Blanco, David Meir, and Don
DeVille shout encouragement as Aldine
unwiummu:fm1-inane ' a lAn AMW -
Aldine Puts ll
MUSTANG VARSITY COACHES: Standing, left to right: Coach Massey, Coach J.V. COACHES: Left to right: Coach Stone, Coach Donaldson.
Skog. Seated: Coach Parker, Coach Jackson.
Aldine. . . ..
1969 SEASON RECORD
Westchester . . . . .
MacArthur . .
Pasadena. . .
Galena Park.. . . .
North Shore. . . . .
FRESHMAN COACHES: Left to right: Coach McClain, Coach Hester, and
n All-District Teams
DISTRICT SELECTIONS: Left to right: Walter Johnson, Bobby Hicks, Billy McElroy, Bill Cochran, Don Burrisk, James Carter, Phil Hahn, Randy Robertson
Stember. Not pictured: George Crisp.
I 969 FOOTBALL WRAP-U P
Leading Rusher - Don Burrick - l7l7 ydsf'
Leading Tackler - Phil Hahn - IO per game
James Carter - IO per game
lst Team 2nd Team
Bobby Hicks - Center Walter Johnson - LB
Don Burrisk - TB Billy McElroy - T
James Carter - LB Bill Cochran - MG
Phil Hahn - T John Stember - FB
Randy Robertson - G George Crisp - HB
ALL STATE-ALL AMERICAN - DON BURRISK
George Crisp - U, of H Jack Ross - Ark. St.
Phil Hahn - U of H Randy Robertson -
4 I E Phil Terrell - U of H Tex. A 84 I IPartialI
mirrtgr-right: Larry Barnett - Mgr., Dennis Clark, Mgr., Gary Francis, Don Burrisk - U of Texas Dovid Youngblood F
John Stember - TCU Tex. A 81 l IPartialI
at School and District Record
Blake King goes up for two against MacArthur.
James Carter guards a MacArthur General.
With one win and one loss, the Mustangs broke
even in two games with MacArthur and two games
In their first game with MacArthur, the Mustangs
defeated the Generals 77 to 65, with Ronnie Cava-
nar as leading scorer with 20 points and Phill Hahn
following. The second game with the Generals was a
close loss with a score of 55 to 53, again with King
and Cavanar as leading scorers.
The Mustangs bowed to the Smiley Eagles 63 to
62 in one game, but also defeated them once with a
score of 80 to 62. King, Cavanar, and Hahn were
Varsity 3 years
All District 2nd Team 2 years
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Junior: I year Varsity
Senior: T year Varsity
arsiiy Basketball Team
Varsity I year
I year Varsity
GLENN BRYANT LEWIS HOUGH
Senior: 2 years Vgrgify Senior: I year Varsity
BILLY SMITH ITreeI BLAKE KING
Sophomore: I year Varsiiy JUUIOVI CCPCOPTGIV1
I year Varsity
All-District Ist Team I year
Aldine Ends Season With 6 2
JUNIOR VARSITY: Back row:
Coach Billy Smith, Donald
Jefferson, Danny Standley 4
Darrel Green, Darrel Dess-
ins, George Richardson,
Mark Weaver, Ronnie Null.
Front row: Mike Lum, James
Belnoski, Lewis Carter, Terry
Lesinger, Chuck Simpkins,
Ernest Wilson, .lack Heath,
Thomas Lum, Mike Mikulin
FRESHMAN TEAM: Back row: Kenneth Walker,
Blain Burleson, Phil Lee, Harold Kapalski, Steve
James, Mark Reneau, Beniy Barnette, Kenneth
Wiggins. Front row: Steve Dement, Jim Black,
Marty Watson, Walter Watson, Stanly Hudson, Pat
Mikulin fNot picturedl.
Aldine .... 70
Aldine .... 77
Aldine .... 9l
Aldine .... 62
Aldine .... 7l
Aldine .... 53
Aldine .... 76
Aldine .... 80
Galena Park ..... 57
MacArthur. . . . 65
North Shore ..... 53
Smiley ...... . . 63
Galena Pork ..... 70
MacArthur. . . . 55
North Shore ..... 56
Smiley .... . . 62
Right: Phil Hahn, Captain, poses with Basketball
Sweetheart Suzanne Florence and Blake King.
i Aldine Wins Its 1 t State Title!
lilly McElroy "talks" to the North Shore Mustangs.
Paul Miller beats out an infield hit.
With a 7-O district record and the l 5AAAA
district championship behind them, the scrap-
py, determined Mustangs went on to win the
i970 Class AAAA Baseball State Champion-
ship, the first in Aldine's history. The curve-
balling Glenn Bryant and Stan Stockley
teamed up at Austin to pitch a no-hitter at
Bellaire, only the seventh in state meet histo-
ry. Phillip Terrell led the 4-O Aldine shutout
with a perfect three-for-three night against
Bellaire, including a run-scoring double.
After winning district, Aldine started off
right towards eventual state championship by
beating Spring Branch in both bi-district
games, 8-O and 3-2. In the first game James
Bates and Edwin Dewberry had three hits
with the entire team collecting ll hits. Aldine
won the second game at the bottom of the
seventh inning when Leonard Truett hit a per-
fect "suicide" bunt to get Larry Reneau home
from third base. With the win of bi-district,
the Mustangs went on to the regional play-
offs against Waco-Richfield.
ln the first game against Waco, Aldine
won 7-2 with the pitching of Glenn Bryant
who struck out i2 and tossed a three-hitter.
Richfields Rams won the second game 4-O
with three Aldine errors aiding the win. The
Mustangs had to win the third game and did
3-2. ln the first inning Aldine tallied three un-
earned runs and at the bottom ofthe seventh
Waco scored twice on two Aldine errors.
Paul Miller scored first from third base when
Bryant got to first on Waco's second error.
Waco's third error put Phil Terrell aboard
and moved Bryant to second. Billy McElroy
singled down the third base line, scoring Bry-
ant, and Larry Reneau singled home Terrell
with a shot up the middle. Bryant went the
distance striking out nine and walking seven,
forthe victory which advanced Aldine to the
Region II final against Fort Worth Wyatt.
The Mustangs scored four times in the lOth
inning to defeat Fort Worth Wyatt 9-5 in the
first game of the regional playoffs at Fort
Worth. Bryant walked nine and struck out l3.
Aldine scored a run in the third on a single by
James Bates, an error, a bunt single by Bryant
and McElray's squeeze bunt. They added
four in the fifth on singles by Miller, Bates
and Ed Dewberry and three errors by the
Wyatt catcher, A four-run rally on singles by
Miller, Bates, Bryant and Dewberry, and a
two-run error by Fort Worths left fielder won
it for Aldine in the lOth inning.
Aldine won the Regional ll baseball cham-
pionship by beating Fort Worth in the second
game 4-3, and for the first time in Aldines
history the school made a trip to the Universi-
ty lnterscholastic League Baseball State
Championship Tournament in Austin.
Down l-O in the Wyatt game, Aldine
struck for three runs in the fourth on a two-
run triple by Terrell and a run scoring single
by Bryant. Fort Worth tied it in the sixth and
in the bottom of the ninth, two inning over
the limit, the Wyatt pitcher walked the bases
full of Mustangs and with two out, Bryant de-
livered a clutch hit down the third base line.
This scored Roger Lane from third and was
the tie-breaking run which won the regional
baseball championship for the Mustangs.
With the regional championship over, Al-
dine went to the state play-off in Austin,
Thursday night, June llth and beat Lubbock
Monterey 2-O. The Mustangs bunched all of
their hits, three in the founh inning for both
runs. Miller started it by reaching first on an
error. he took second on an infield single by
Bates. A bunt single by Terrill loaded the
bases. On an attempted squeeze by Bryant,
Miller broke for home. Bryant missed getting
the bunt down and Miller was hung up. The
Lubbock catcher threw back to third and Mil-
ler headed for home. The return throw hit
Miller in the back as he slid home with the
first run. While all that was going on Bates
scored on a wild pitch by the Monterey pitch-
er. Bryant, up to lfi-l, turned to his curve
when the going got rough. He walked nine
and had eleven strike-outs.
The following night, June l Qth, Aldine met
Bellaire, won the state championship game
and made history, for never in U.l.L. history
has two Houston based schoolboy teams
played against each other for the state cham-
pionship in the state tournament,
Glenn Bryant, in the three innings against
Bellaire, walked five and struck out tive, but
in the fourth inning, with his arm in great
pain from having pitched the entire game
against Lubbock the night before, he was re-
lieved by Shockley, Aldines first run came in
the first when Miller reached first on an error,
went to second on a wild pitch and scored
when Bellaire's right fielder booted Terrell's
single. ln the third inning, Bates was safe on a
Card error, stole second and scored on Ter-
rell's double deep in the left-center alley. The
Mustangs won the game in the fourth with
two runs, all coming after two outs. ln-field
singles by Reneau, Shockley, and Truett, plus
two wild pitches by Bellaire pitcher Jim Miller
and a Card boot, got the runs. Reneau scored
after card catcher Marc Mullins dropped the
ball after a tag at home and Lane, in for
Shockley, scored on a wild pitch by Card
Of the nine players Coach Skog used most
in the play-offs, only two will return. Back will
be Dewberry and Reneau, but Bryant, Shock-
ley, Terrell, Truett, Miller, Bates and McElroy
Sr. i yr. Ieftermcn
Jr. 1 yr. leffermcm
Soph. i yr. Ieffermcin
Coach Skog watches his feom with anticipation.
Sr. 2 yr. Iettermcn
Jr. I yr. letfermcxn
LARRY REN EAU
Jr. 2 yr. Iehermon
Jr. 2 yr, Ierfermon
Jr. I yr. Ieffermcm
Sr. 3 yr. Iettermon
Sr. 4 yr. Ieriermon
Sr. 4 yr. lettermon
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Jr. I yr, Ieifermon
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Billy McElroy runs to back up Paul Miller as he catches a fly ball.
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Leonard Truett takes his turn at bat.
left to rightlr Danny Bodin, Coach McClain, Danny Craft, Walter Johnson, Billy McElroy, Leonard Truett, Victor Garcia, Larry Reneau, Chuck Simki-ns,
Bryant, Roger Lane, coach Skog, lSitfingI Phillip Terrell, Stan Schockley, James Bates, Donnie Roberts, Paul Miller, Edwin Dewbarry, Steve Burrislc.
Aldine Gets 5
and Tops All-State
With 6 Selections
ALL DISTRICT SELECTIONS
FIRST TEAM: Pitcher - Glenn Bryant, Sr., First Base-
man - Paul Miller, Sr., Catcher - Billy McElroy,
Sr., Second Baseman Y Leonard Truett, Sr., Short-
stop - James Bates, Sr.
AA ALL-STATE TEAM
SELECTIONS FOR ALDINE
Catcher, Billy McElroy, First Base, Paul Miller, Sec-
ond Base, Leonard Truett, Aldine and Steve Jar-
rard, Houston Bellaire ltiedl, Shortstop, James
Bates, and Phillip Terrell, Aldine, Pitchers, Bobby
Cuellar, Alice, Glenn Bryant, Aldine, and Jim
Horsch, Bellaire Itiedl.
Unanimous choices were McElroy, Miller, Terrell
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Top series: Ston Shockley shows his pitching power!
The Windup . . . The Stretch . , . The Pitch
kills Reward Mustangs
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Baseball Team Ends
Season on June
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STATE TOURNAMENT RECORD
STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
fTop and bolfoml Glenn Bryant and Stan Shockley show their
skill in baffing.
69 70 Track Team Gave Strong
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CHERYL WILLIAMS, T970 Jetera Relay Queen.
Phil Terrell 'fries to clear the bar in the high-
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Philip Terrell strains his way to a second place finish in the 330 intermediate hurdles.
The I969 Varsity Track Team consisted ot:
First row, I to r: Harry Bartkowiak, James Bel-
noski, Phil Hahn, Don Burrisk, Lavon Martin,
mgr., Bill Thorpe, mgr. Second row: John Bis-
sell, James Simmons, Danny Stanley, James
Carter, Randy Robertson, Tracy Grier, Ray
Martin. Third row: Coach Donaldson, Lonnie
Lange, Pat Patterson, David Clifton, Paul
Schubert, Coach Hester. Not pictured: Philip
Terrell, Greg Lowery.
The T969-70 Aldine Track
Team, coached by Mr. Sonny Do-
naldson, got oft to a slow start, but
steadily improved during the sea-
son. Competitors in the shot put
were Phil Hahn, Randy Robertson,
and James Belnoski. Runners in the
sprint relay team were Don Burrisk,
James Simmons, Phillip Terrell and
Pat Patterson. Mile runners consist-
ed of David Clifton and Paul Su-
bert. Other members of the track
team were James Carter, Lonnie
Lange, Tracy Greer, Greg Lowery,
John Bissell, and Harry Bartkow-
Trcickmen Compete in District Meet
Don Burrisk fmiddlej grimuceg Q5 he Sprints the 100 yard dash- Top: James Belnoski and Above: Phil Hahn hurl the shot ini
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The l969 Freshman Track team was: Back row: Coach Stone, Charles Ballard, Jimmy Whitehead, Terry Greer, Chuck Demny. Middle row: Ennie Hickman, Ke,
Roberts, Eddie Johnson, Raymond Skelton. Bottom row: Steve James, Charles Swearer, Randy Hayes, Jimmy Frels, Lynn Lucadore.
I Golf ancl Tennis Teams
I Plcice Third in District
BRAD PEACOCK JEFF RUST RANDAL WILKINSON ERNEST WILSON
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Golf and Tennis teams overcame
many handicaps this year and made
several strong showings at the tourna-
ments they participated in. Both teams
were victorious and captured the third
place title in District competition. The
Golf team, coached by Mr. Charles
Walker, consisted of four players. Mr.
Chet Russell coached the Tennis team
which consisted of ten players.
STANG TENNIS TEAM: Bock row: Coach, Mr. Russell, Steve Ward, Ronnie Cavanar, Doug
ttle, Blake King, Bill Rawson, Front row: Tim Spencer, Debbie Wilson, Ann Ward, Sharon
le, Libby Burtner.
The clubs brought an abundance of socials and
Money-raising projects - sometimes successful,
sometimes fruitless, I
A flood of call meetings,
But all this was a necessary part of the hustle and
GO! FIGHT! WIN! This cheer and many
more were heard over and over throughout
the year as the eight cheerleaders led the
Mustangs to victory. This year the eight
cheerleaders were: Lola McDonald lhead
cheerleaderl, Charlotte Gist, Suzanne Flor-
ence, Pat Gist, Victor Mikeska, Ray Goss,
Ricky Maze, and Bill Rawson.
This year the cheerleaders went to camp
at Southern Methodist University to learn
new skills and new cheers. During camp the
AHS cheerleaders, accompanied by their
sponsor, Miss Tina Thomas, visited Six Flags.
The AHS group returned to Aldine holding
three tirst places and two second places and
with the spirit stick trom camp.
Atter camp the cheerleaders came home
and supported the MIGHTY MUSTANGS all
the way to victory. They were active
throughout the seasons of football, basket-
ball, track, and baseball by attending the
games and making posters to boost school
Due to Miss Thomas's departure from Al-
dine at the end of the semester, Miss
Tremble accepted the responsibilities of
being the new cheerleader sponsor.
Right: Suzanne Florence leads the way as the student
body sings the AHS fight song.
Left to right: Lola McDonald, Pat Gist, and Bill Rawson boost school spirit on during a pep
Rhonda McDonald, cheerleader mascot, shows enthusiasm
the football games.
pirif af AHS All Year
PaTGis1 fopsfhe pyramid mode by Neff to righfj Victor Mikeska,
Roy Goss, and Lola McDonald.
the cheerleaders reverse positions, PaTGisf1ries1o balance Bill Rawson.
After performing a skit, Ray Goss ond Victor Mikeska carry Ricky Maze off the stage
Left to right, top: Aaron Cherry, Victor Mikeska,
Mark Reneau, Johnny Cantu, James Carter, Ron-
nie Ellis. Center: Barbara Munoz, Libby Burtner,
Cathee Milspa, Rebecca Wilkerson, Daral Davis,
Chris Prickett, Lola McDonald, Debbie Bails,
Karen Gates. Bottom: OFFICERS: Treasurer, Liz
Spivey, Recording Secretary, Sam Elliott, Presi-
dent, Bill Cochran, Vice-President, Cathy Spivey,
Historian, Carolyn Byrd, Parliamentarian, Roger
Lane. Not pictured: Corresponding Secretary,
Bottom: The Student Congress votes
on an amendment to the constitution,
while Bill Cochran counts the votes.
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Left: Cathy Spivey, vice-president,
proposes to Mr. Lewis and Mrs.
Milne several ideas brought torth
by the Student Congress.
Bill Cochran raises the flag each morning as one ot the many projects done by
House of Representatives Achv
Top, left to right: Denise Phillips,
John Sarabia, Edwin Dewberry,
Ann Buxton, Mike Turnee, Edward
Plato, Christy Moore. Center: Mel-
iane Cash, Jean Hadgood, Kathy
Tupper, Diane Skipper, Mary
Campbell, Linda Anderson, Shar-
on Campbell, Diane Deskins,
Caron Hayes, Mary Tupper, Sheri
Taylor, lrma Gonzales, Jennie
Rodes, Pam O'dell, Candy Molo-
ney, Georgia Parcloe. Bottom:
Thersa Brown, Carol Coley, Shir-
ley Okabayashi, Leonard Truett,
Ennie Hickman, Liz Barnhill, Steve
Bottom: Leonard Truett, the presi-
dent of the House of Representa-
tives, leads the regular meeting.
m left: Victor Mikeska leads o cheer during 3rd period lunch.
left: Pat Patterson helps collect money for the March ot Dimes.
This year the Student Council changed their name to
the Student Congress. The officers Bill Cochran, Cathy
Spivey, Carolyn Byrd, Roger Lane, Liz Spivey and Sam
Elliott began their iob in a summer workshop. They
changed the constitution to form a Student Congress.
This included a Student Senate being represented by the
president ot each organization. The House of Represen-
tatives included a certain percentage ot students from
each class. These two groups ot people combined,
formed the Congress.
Many activities were carried on by the Student Con-
gress. They began the year by having a Spirit Week be-
fore the big game with the MacArthur Generals. Another
activity was the sale of parking stickers for the students to
park in the school parking lot. The Congress also par-
ticipated in a March of Dimes fund raising program
sponsored by the city of Houston. Another activity was
the collection taken up tor the V. A. Cemetery Carillon
bells. These activities kept the congress occupied for the
The congress wasn't all work and no play though, for
they sponsored three dances. First, the Howdy Dance.
This dance was a salute and 'iget together" tor all new
students. Next, was the Christmas Dance which was a
formal dance with a live band. The last dance was the
Sadie Hawkins Day Dance. This dance was full ot many
activities. The NHS sold and auctioned ott lunches, the
students danced in the cafeteria, and booths were set up
for the students.
The 2nd place door ot the Door Contest during Spirit
Student Congress Sponsor
Linda Anderson, Ann Buxton, Cathy Spivey and Ennie Hickman turn in the money that they collected from each homeroom for Chimescat the V A
Left: The drummer ot the "Bridge" beats his drums at the Howdy
Right: Bill Cochran, Liz Spivey and Sam Elliott review the events that
are to happen at the Southern Student Council Association.
Left: Mr. Massey
serves as audioneer at
The National Honor
Socieiys box supper
as a part of The Sadie
Bottom: James Sim-
mons drinks a coke
while talking with
David Warren and
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Spivey, Secretoryp Lolo McDonald, Vice-Presidentg and Donny Wendt, President.
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Lolo McDonald, Terry Laird, Vicki Reynolds, Dar
Iumbers 67 Members
Members of the Aldine A Capella Choir are: Top
row, Ueft to rightl: Lola McDonald, Diane Baum-
gartner, Beverly Zawacki, Gail Adams, Beverly
Hearn, Standley Shockly, Danny Wendt, Darrell
Dessins, Danny Cochran, Buddy McGregor, Carol
Walton, Jennifer Pryor, Kathy Campbell. Second
row: Ruth Hansell, Cathy Day, Kay Fritz, Margaret
Falco, Melton Bynum, Gary Wright, Heriberto
Figuerra, David Norris, Alice Scott, Liz Barnhill,
Hedi Dingemanse, Irma Gonzales. Third row:
Amelia Schmidt, Laura Pickles, Pam Fulbright,
Cathy Spivey, Daniel Craft, Ricky Trevino, Terry
Laird, Robert Vernon, Virginia Strawn, Linda Hein,
Jaymie Schmidt, Rhonda Landry. Bottom row:
Nancy Sinai, Karla Ferry, Delayne Wilson, Lyn-
nette Brady, Cathy White, James Shockley, Danny
Welch, Michael Goza, Roland Vest, Vicki Reynolds,
Linda Barringer, Kathy Terrell, Carol Coley.
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dt, Cathy Spivey, Darrell Dessens, Liz Barnhill, and Liz Barnhill, Irma Gonzales, Virginia Strawn, Linda Hein, Jaymie Schmidt, Rhonda Landry, Cathy Ter-
Eel Craft' rell, Linda Barririger, and Carol Coley sing at the Choirs Annual Christmas Concert.
Honor Society Celebrate'
T970 marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Wil-
lie B. Ermel Chapter of the National Honor Society. Serv-
ing as officers for the new year were Bob Bostwick, presi-
dent, Theresa Brown, vice-president, Vicki Reynolds, sec-
retary, and Libby Burtn'er, reporter.
The Honor Society did much throughout the year to
serve the school and the community. A Welcome Party
was held to welcome all students new to the district.
bumper stickers and mustang decals were sold to raise
money for the scholarship given away each year. Profit
from the sale of student directories also went toward the
scholarship fund. A series of three bake sales were held
by the Honor Society, also. The money received from
these was donated to the National Education Television
station. An added project by the society this year was the
sponsoring of a box supper on April lO.
Due to the fact that Aldine's Honor Society had been
established for twenty-five years, the annual Birthday
Party was a main event on the chapters calendar. Mrs.
W. B. Ermel, founder of Aldine's chapter, was honored
and Bob Bostwick, Roger Lane, Lola McDonald, and
Terry Laird provided the entertainment. Refreshments
were served to former members by the present members.
The Honor Society served the student body in many
ways throughout the year.
Top: Phil Hahn, on be-
half of the
MUSTANG, spoke to
students new to the
district at the annual
Right: Victor Garcia,
Jamie Finch, Alan
Ecton, Steve Burrisk,
Cynthia Brown and
.lohn Baker listen in-
tently as they are told
the responsibilities of
the Honor Society
5th Anniversary '
Vicki Reynolds, Cynthia Garrett,
Bob Bostwick and Steve Ward sell
cookies to Wendell McDonald
during the bakesale.
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Members of the National Honor Society are Suzanne Florence, John Sarabia, Rhonda Turner,
Karen Gates, Kay Smith, Steve Burrisk, Sharon Russ, Glenna Hall, Kathy Hickman, Jesse Hart, Vice
tor Garcia, Victor Mikeska, Jamie Finch, Karen Nave, Bob Bostwick, Buddy Peake, Steve Walker,
Theresa Brown, Sharon Simkins, Alice Kaminski, Sandy Teague, Carla Strother, Steve Ward,
Libby Burtner, Carol Ratcliffe, Cynthia Garrett, Vicki Reynolds, Mr. Massey, sponsor, Mrs. Tyson,
sponsor, and Mr. Cullinan, sponsor. Not pictured are John Baker, Cynthia Brown, Gladys Cor-
der, Alan Ecton, Debbie Harvey, Irene Mathews, Marty Null, Shirley Okabayski, Randy Robert-
son, Mike Smith, Leonard Truett, and Mary Tupper.
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CAPTAIN KAY SMITH
CAPTAIN VOIZA TLILLIS
CAPTAIN MARY CAMPBELL
CAPTAIN LISA PERRERI
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Bottom row, left to right: Voiza Tullis, Kay Smith, Karen Gates, Jeanne Fahy, Mary Campbell, Lisa Ferreri. QI: Potty Terasaki, Connie Andrews, Connie
Craft, Terry McLean, Allenda Stevens, Mary Muzny. f3j: Pam Prothro, Becky Anderson, Carla Davidson, Debbie Knous, Brenda Hill, Kathy Hamilton,
Mary Lewis. MJ: Georgi Greenhaw, Donna Walker, LaRue Featherston, Debbie Waltrip, Sue Holton, Melinda Black, Lisa Bowen. f5j: Pam Roach, Pam
Stowe, Marilyn Montalbano, Renye Glowacki, Vivian Overman, Judy Pate, Donna Canter. f6J: Wanda Gurley, Sheryl Serres, Susan Melchor, Kay Wal-
ton, Debbie Watts, Lynn Heath, Connie Fahy. f7J: Autum Loggins, Debra Nunley, Janice Reneau, Debbie Reneau, Vickie Andrew, Diane Davis, Sandra
Belowf Colonel Karen Gates Below: Lieutenant Colonel Jeanne Fahy
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The Aldine Vaqueras of I969-l97O, under the
direction of Mrs. Lynda Drewes, began a year of
many activities by attending camp at Stephen F. Aus-
tin State University. Then by practicing for two and
one-half weeks during the summer they learned
many dancing and marching routines. All of this was
in preparation for football season, when the group
marched with the Mustang band and also did dance
routines. Immediately following football season the
girls began performances at the home basketball
games, one of which was a novelty Indian dance
performed in costume.
Some of the other activities included ushering at
the Ice Capades. A banquet was held to reveal the
officers for the coming year. Also, senior awards
and trophies were given. After a year of activities,
the Vaqueras felt a part of Aldine by their real par-
ticipation in school functions.
After forming the "H" of the traditional "AHS," the Vaqueras
march off the football field to the bands drum roll.
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Vaqueras perform at a basketball game while spectators enjoy their entertainment.
Vaqueras finish their tamborine dance which was performed at one ot the football games,
Left, top row: Jeannie Fahy, Outstanding Vaquerag Karen Gates, Colonelg Voiza Tullis, Lieutenant Colonel, Bottom row: Kay
Walton, Captain, Mary Campbell, Captaing Connie Craft, Captaing Connie Fahy, Captain,
Symphonic Bond Participates n
Aldine's Symphonic Band began practic-
ing marching and playing two weeks betore
school started. During the half-time at toot-
ball games the band performed with the
Maiorettes and Vaqueras. On October T2
they attended the Band Day at the Universi-
ty of Houston. The Marching Band Contest
was held on November l5. The Christmas
Concert by the Band highlighted the month
of December. Early in the year the band at-
tended the UIL contest. They brought home
many honors this year such as awards in
Solo and Ensemble, All District, All Region,
All Area, and Glenna Hall was the band
member who placed in the All State Band.
They ended the year by participating in the
Buchaneer Festival in Corpus Christi and by
performing two spring band concerts.
The members of the 1969-l97O Symphonic Band were First row left to right Teresa Kirsch Lynn Williams Candy Maloney Sheri
Nora Spivey, Lee Thomas. Second row: Buddy Peak Glenna Hall Charlene Barclay Jean Hagood Janet Young Pam Title Caron Hay
nette Upton, Georgi Pardoe, Andrea Rice Third row Robin Craig Cathy Buzbee Debbie Craig Diane Anderson James Atkinson John
mage, David Williams, Glen Powell, Stetannie Aaron Julian Sanchez Bob Bostwick Ennie Hickman Debbie Davis Thomas Ferguson
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Cynthia Jones, Barbara Wiegelt, Candy Davis, Marlene Ferguson. Fourth row: Delbert Nave, Geneva Spear, .loan Williams Denise
Charles Ballard, Athony Regusa, George Tuthill, Libby Burtner, Lee Spear, Steve Fulton, James Ramsey, Norman Saenz, Pete Tucker Ron
Ben Wooly, Sharon Simkins, Lynn Gearhardt, Richard Nollen, Delbert Swanson.
Charles Hickman, Terry Enloe, Mark Ferguson, Richard Tuthill, David Hoffman, Cathy Parker, Jimmy Clausson, Harold Woolery
For the second time in a row, the
band was split into two maior divi-
sions. They were the A Band or
Symphonic Band, and the B Band
or Concert Band. Fifty-one mem-
bers took part in the Concert Band.
Mr. Morris Atkins was the director
forthe Concert Band. The purpose
tor the two bonds was to work with
a smaller number of people to ob-
tain perfection on their instru-
The Concert Band this year par-
ticipated in the same activities as
the Symphonic Band, except tor
the Buchaneer Festival in Corpus
Christi. They have also participat-
ed in a Christmas Concert and two
spring band concerts. They spent
long hours of practice and devoted
much of their time to out-of-school
Concert Band Practice
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Linda Anderson, Sandra Topping, and Nora Spivey, di-
rected by Mr. Atkins, find that playing at pep rallies is
The members ot the l969'l97O Concert Band were as
follows: First row: Gail Edwards, Terry Massey, Kathy
Tupper, Melanie Gray, Sandra Topping. Second row:
Carolyn Allen, Gorden Mobley, Robyn Coleman, Sandi
Frey, Diana Riddle, Marty Goodwin, Sue Nycom, Linda
Anderson, Sharon Tupper, Jerry Bolden, Sharon Pilken-
ton, Laurie Redonet. Third row: Linda Montgomery, Vick-
ie Richardson, Carolyn Guyer, Mark Williams, Euell Ar'
nold, Ralph Brown, Bobby Armstrong, Mat Guteriez,
Charles Swearer, David Pope, James Whitehead, Lee
Wood, Robbie Harrington, Daniel Bolden, Alvin Walker,
Wayne Neely, Robert Guteriez. Fourth row: Fred Shawn,
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one ofthe many functions they must perform for the K
Rooth, Cindy Russell, Marlin Stonesipher, Brett Mize,
Williams, Mike Lewis, James Burke, Terry Murray i
McAdams. Standing: Mr. Atkins, Raymond Bates,
Atkinson, ,lack Heath, Robert Baker, Phil Thorpe ,
Heath, David Wiley,
Robin Craig and Joan Stewart play the clarinet during one of the band concerts.
Top picture: Those who made solo are Bottom row left
to right: Candy Maloney Teresa Kirsch Charlene Bar
clay. Top row Eddie Huddleston Buddy Peak Harold
Middle picture Those who made All District are Bottom
row: Robyn Craig Chadene Barclay Glenna Hall An
drea Rice. Top row Janet Young Sharon Simkins Del
bert Swanson, Buddy Peak Harold Woolery
Bottom picture: Those who made en-
semble are: Bottom row, left to right:
Nora Spivey, Jimmy Clauson, Geneva
Spear, Denise Philips, Diane Anderson.
Middle row: Jean Hagood, Candy Mal-
oney, Joan Williams, Glenna Hall, Lee
Thomas, Sheri Anderson, Lynn Wil-
liams, Marlene Ferguson. Top row:
Charlene Barclay, Janet Young, Cathy
Buzbee, Robyn Craig, David Williams,
Tommy Ferguson, Ennie Hickman, Nor-
man Saenz, Debbie Craig, Delbert
Nave, Buddy Peak.
Band Receives Various Awards
Left: Ricky Maze ond Glenna Hall were the only two
band members who made All-Area.
Bottom left: Glenna Hall was the only one who made
Bottom right: Those who made All-Region were: Bot-
tom row, left to right: Charlene Barclay, Glenna Hall,
Janet Young, Top row: Sharon Simkins, Buddy Peak,
Twirlers Lead Mustang Band
Leading the '69-'70 Aldine Mustang Band
were nine maiorettes. They were: Caron Hays,
Gail Edwards, Debbie Davis, Jean Hagood,
Linda Montgomery, Vickie Richardson, Candy
Maloney, Assistant Majorette: Pam Title, and
Head Maiorette: Jan Sommerfield.
One requirement for being a maiorette was
that she must be in the band. Trying out in front
of a panel of judges in the spring, they were
chosen for their skill, coordination, and form.
Last summer they attended the Sam Houston
Twirling School to learn new techniques and
The maiorettes began practicing with the
band weeks before school started and have
been active ever since. They have performed at
a number of pep rallies this year to boost the
spirit of the student body. During half-time at all
football games they displayed their talent by
performing many new and various routines such
as twirling with fire and marching steps.
Right: Gail Edwards seems to be having fun during a cold
morning of practice.
Below: Twirlers, Candy Maloney, Caron Hays, Jean Hagood,
Debbie Davis, Gail Edwards, Vickie Richardson, and Jan Som-
merfield lead the band at a football game.
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VICA Cfficers Visit Judge
Jackie Lows meets Judge Bill Elliof cs others wal
Left: District officers preside over cz VICA
Cosmetology Goes to Austi
Top: Second year girls, left to right: Vicki Powell, Kathy Swonke, Brenda Roberts, Janis Meodows, Karen Brown, Cynthia Rushing, Linda Davis, Sandra
Carol Maass, and Mrs. Jackowski.
Above: Theresa Johnson, Sharon Van Zandt, Nancy Woodruff, and Carole
Krutchinsky examine the winning notebooks.
Right: Mrs. Jackowski and Mrs. Acker discuss the notebook entries.
lor State Competition
Cosmetology sent their oblest beauticians to com-
pete with other schools ot Austin. The club entered
notebooks and jobs at the meet. The girls received
many ribbons for their entries.
Cindy Mayeoux ond Jackie Laws represented Al-
dine as district officers in V.l.C.A. Cindy held the po-
sition of district secretary, with Jockie Laws the dis-
trict treosurer. They went to Judge Bill Elliot's office
to procloim Notionol Vica Week for Aldine.
Cosmetology ended its year of cictivity with the
second year girls' trip to Austin. There they took
exams and obtained their license to practice hairstyl-
ing in various salons.
A visitor notices that Cosmetology did well at state competition.
lp row of first year girls, left ro right: Joan Morris, Kay Redd, Debbie Jones, Lynda Gooding, Debbie Griggs, Eileen Meadows and Esta Phillips. Bottom row Shar
Van Zandt, Carole Krutchinsky, Nancy Woodruff, Glynnara Bynum, Theresa Johnson, Debra Petty, Margie Dunn, and Mrs. Jackowski
Mrs. Onefo Covifl
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Top: Dorothy Atkins, left, ond Cindy Moore, righf, sfroighlen the file cobinef.
Above: Donald McAfee checks Anno Solvios book before she leaves.
As the new school year began, AHS's librari-
ans, Mrs. Cavitt and Mrs. Buxton, commenced
training the new library assistants. The students
attended various meetings which aided them in
better library workmanship. The most important
of the meetings were those held at Clear Creek,
Lincoln High School, and St. Pius.
Among the many tasks assigned to the assist-
ants was decorating the library to create a dra-
matic reading atmosphere. Also, correct tiling,
storing, and placing of books had to be done at
all times. With this in mind, the assistants made
another successful year of the library.
Top: Penny Snell works diligently to clear a fine for o student.
Middle: The officers were, from left to right: Dot Atkins, report-
er, Penny Snell, secretary, Lisa Armstrong, president and Mary
members of library were, from left to right, first row: Beverly Hearn, Darlene Owens, Carol Elder, Pam Turner,
elanne Dobbins, Donna Walker, Karen Nove, Mary Tupper. Second row: Morelyn Elison, Billie Marshall, Mil-
Martin, Bobby Riner, Johanna Schaulk, Wendell McDonald, David Youngblood, Jody Ren. Third row: James
es, Penny Snell, Cindy Moore, Dorothy Atkins, Rhonda Landry, Valerie Harver, Hedi Dingemanse, Sam Elliot,
isty Moore, Jennifer Jackson, and Don Burrisk.
Season Begins With First Pla'
With the help of about twenty new members, a
season's hard work was celebrated at a banquet at
Bordman's Restaurant on May T9, l97O. After hav-
ing completed their meals, Thespians and their dates
waited for the announcements of Thespians honors.
Receiving the Best Actor and Best Actress Award
were Bob Bostwick for his performance in "Under
the Sycamore Tree" and Karen Gates for her per-
formance, also in "Under the Sycamore Tree." The
Best Supporting Actor and Actress Awards were
presented to Julian Sanchez for his performance in
"Up the Down Staircase" and to Jennifer Jackson
for her performance in "Antic Spring." The Out-
standing Thespian Award was received by John
Copeland. Close runners-up for the title lOutstand-
ing Thespianl were Bob Bostwick and Julian San-
Members of the l97O Thespian Society are as follows fTop, left to rightj:
Lynn Lucas, Chris Prichett, Darla Davis, Donna Canter, Buddy McGregor,
Danny Cochran, John Johnson, John Copeland, Suzanne Florence,
Theresa Brown, Rhonda Landry, Libby Burtner, Christy Moore, Tanna
Morton, and Ruby Stehlick.
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Jennifer Jackson welcomes new members at the Thespian initiation.
New members of the Thespian Society are as follows fTop, left to righ
Anne Ward, Brenda Lindross, lrma Gonzales, Julian Sanchez, Janet Wal
er, Steve Walker, Karen Nave, Vicki Reynolds, Becky Laird, Carol Cole
Robyn Coleman, Debbie Miller, and Jeanine Rhodes.
lAntic Spring" and Ends With Banquet
Left: New members lleft to rightl: Ruth Hansel,
Debbi Miller, Steve Walker, Robyn Coleman, Irma
Gonzales, Jackie Hewlett, and Becky Laird take the
Thespian's pledge at the annual initiation.
Below: On November i8 and l9, the Thespian So-
ciety of Aldine presented their first play, "Antic
Spring" before the student body. The student ac-
tors portrayed a combination of incongruous char-
acters who attempt to have a good time ata pice
nic, but quarrels, rain, and ants manage to spoil
The "Antic Spring" gang fleft to rightl: Blossom
llennifer Jacksonl, Robert lBob Bostwickl, Elbert
llienneth Walkerl, and Ginger lDebbi Millerl cruis-
es along in their ialopy looking for a picnic site.
Gwendolyn lTheresa Larsonl and Sam llohn Copelandl seem to have different opinions of
s lBob Bostwickl poetry while Ginger llennifer Jacksonl looks on.
"Once Upon a
Upon an Aldine Stage J
With names such as Tootie Shoes, Dixie
Wicks, ond Dibi Fee, student octors found them-
selves portraying school-age children playing
upon a playground. "0nce Upon a Ploy-
ground," written by Jock Franke, confronted
the audience with o group of conflicting choroc-
ters. The costs' personalities were identified by
their names. The cast was as follows: Becky
Laird as Tootie Shoes, Carol Coley os Dixie
Wicks, Jeanine Rhodes as Dibi Fee, Cheryl Eaves
as Phoebe Bive, April Thompson as Flirt Stevens,
Sherry Dodd as Fordo Moore, Debbie James os
Wanda Bun, Debbi Miller as Jill lthe girl with the
funny nosel, and Kenneth Walker as Johnny
fthe boy with the funny nosel. "T" "TP '
Above right, left to right: Dibi Fee, Dixie
Wicks, Wanda Bun, Fordo Moore, Flirt Ste-
vens, and Phoebe Bive try to ignore the out-
sider, Jill lthe girl with the funny nosel.
Left to right: Wanda Bun lD. Jamesl, Tootie Shoes lB. Loirdl, Flirt Stevens lA. Thompsonl, Dixie Wicks lC. Col
Phoebe Bive lCheryl Eavesl, and Dibi Fee lJ. Rhodesl stick together against the outsiders lJill and Johnnyl
lvia Barret lKaye Smithl lectures the comedian of the class, Lu Martin lChris Stacyl as the
tice assistant, Francine ljaclcie Hewlettl waits impatiently.
"Under the Sycamore
Tree" cmd "Up the
Left: The Thespian Society presented their third play be-
fore the student body on April 14. The plot presented the
audience with an imaginary presence of an ant colony
who thrive to become equal to human's intelligence. This
play, 4'Under the Sycamore Tree" was also performed
before an audience at Stovall and taken to regional con-
Below: The last presentation of the year was a play writ'
ten by Bel Kaufman, "Up the Down Staircase." The play
was a daydream of Ella lRobyn Colemanl as she reads
letters written by her best friend who is a new teacher in
a new school, Sylvia Barrett lKaye Smithl.
Ella lRobyn Colemanl imagines school-room scenes as
she reads a letter written by Sylvia Barret lKaye Smithl
which contains events of her life as a teacher.
Mrs. Lightfoot and Phil Hahn discuss an editorial for the MUSTANG.
This year the Mustang staff published lO
issues of the MUSTANG. In order to meet
the demands of the newspaper the staff sold
candy in the months of February through
Besides the work they did onthe newspa-
per, the staff went to different conferences
and received many honors. During the sum-
mer Lisa Armstrong and Bobby House at-
tended the High School Publications Work-
shop for a week at Texas A81M. ln March of
T970 the MUSTANG was awarded a 2nd
Division lAward of Achievementl at the
state conference in Austin. ln May, Kay
Smith placed lst in District and -4th in Re-
gional for newswriting. Also, Bobby House
placed 3rd in feature writing.
The Most Valuable Staffer award was
given to Lisa Armstrong for her dedication
to the MUSTANG newspaper. Lisa
Armstrong stated that sponsor, Mrs. Light-
foot, and editor, Phil Hahn, did much to get
the MUSTANG through another successful
Left: Bobby House and Lisa Armstrong prepare a story
for the next issue of the MUSTANG,
Filing is an important iob of Chris Pritchett.
'69-'70 Wcls Activi
Bottom row: Terrie Paulson, Marie Cavazos, Doris Muzny, Barbara Muzny, Carol Trapp, Vicki Holmes, and Mary Jarrell. Second row: Mrs. Baskin, Elaine Seiba
Sandy Teague, Caryl Kreitz, Susan Morris, Cindy Pivonka, Shirl Charanza, Joyce Hitt, and Debra Dorman. Third row: Marvin Alexander, Jerry Cheatam, Kent R
Ronnie Howton, Newt Lucas, Gene Harper, Ray Poole, Tommy Bishop, and Glen Honerkamp. I
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or Distributive Education
Left to right: Vicki Holmes, Doris Muzny, Barbara Muzny, Marie Cavazos, and
Distributive Education was busy throughout the
year at Aldine. D.E.C.A. had a new, promising spon-
sor last year, Mrs. Baskin. She set up many successful
activities for distributive education. They included
candy sales, pennantssales, a D.E.C.A. banquet, and
auctions at the school store.
The highlight of the activities, the D.E.C.A. ban-
quet, was held on April 3, l97O at Sonny Look's Res-
taurant. The guest speaker, Bud Hadfield, entertain-
ed the members of the club and their dates with his
stories ot D.E. Afterwards, the club presented Mrs.
Baskin with roses. The D.E.C.A. banquet was highly
commended by the members and guests.
Besides all other activities of D.E., the students
also held part-time jobs at various shops and busi-
nesses in Houston. They lett school at T110 each day
to go to their iobs. Members ot D.E.C.A. managed to
work at their iobs and still make D.E.C.A. a success-
Above: Marie Cavazos sells pennants before a pep rally to benefit D.E.C.A.
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Lower left: Jerry Cheolom reaches
for requested merchandise of No-
tioncl Shirt Shop.
Lower right: Mono Enloe straight-
ens o dress for selling of Groves
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69-70 Officers: Top, left to right: Caralisa Davis, Rec. Secretary, Glynara Bynum, Hist., Diane Baumgartner, Song Leader,
thy Christy, Treas., Donna Gay, Corr. Sec., Sharon Tupper, Parl. Bottom row: Vicki Reynolds, Pianist, Karen Neagle, First-Vice
s., Glenda Powell, Pres., Donna Taylor, Third Vice-Pres., Debbie Lucius, Fifth Vice-Pres.
T969-70 FHA members Bot-
tom row, left to right: Deb-
bie Dotson, Verna Black-
stock, Cynthia Rushing,
Beverly Hearn, Carolyn
Lucas, Debra Reneau, Deb-
bie Carter, Lori Ridgway,
Kathy Thompson, Annette
Upton, Lea Thomas, Anita
Fletcher, Sandra Muster-
man. Row two, left to right:
Debbie Johnson, Connie
Levan, Debra Krause, Cher-
yl Teel, Anne Rawlinson,
Kathy Terrell, Cynthia
Wadsworth, Robyn Cole-
man, Jennifer Green, Lyn-
ette Brady, Norma Mann,
Debra Corcorran, Joy
Blackstock. Row three:
Karen Ward, Judy Tapia,
Bonnie Bryan, Teri Reglein,
Teresa Walker, Paula Tin-
ney, Cheryl Ellis, Barbara
Fariss, Karen Crowley,
Renee Hadley, Beverly Ben-
estante, Nicki Finn, Pat
McAfee, Debbie Kowis. Row
four: Carol Harris, Linda
McArdle, Elizabeth John-
son, Cherri Maddox, San-
dra Nolen, Vivian Over-
man, Polly Davenport, Deb-
bie Hargrove, Becky Reed,
Laurie Conway, Linda Ben-
estante, Carolyn Howard,
Joyce Deel, Wanda Black-
stock, Kayhie Pollard, Row
five: Carolyn Allen, Karen
Theiss, Shirley Dorman, Jan-
ice Parker, Janie Evans,
Donna Peden, Dee Ann Wil-
liams, Lisa Armstrong,
Candace Phillips, Cathy
Childress, Carol Baker. Row
six: Denise Barranger, Mari-
an Riegel, Gail Gholson,
Deborah Westbrook, Sarah
Koonce, Mary Muzny, Phyl-
iss Huenerberg, Rachael
Rottman, Ann Buxton,
Dianne Skipper, Evonne Bi-
vens, Sue Chancellor, Pat
Gist, Vancene Henslee, Mi-
chele Kingery, Pam Odell.
Row seven: Dawn Tucker,
Julia Taylor, Diana Lotz,
Debbie Ledford, Barbara
Waldace, Kay Robertson,
Janis Youngblood, Mary
Dean, Pam Kebodeaux,
Betty Niederhotter, Jenni
Appleton, Michelle Riggs,
Mike Offut, Jan Kocian,
Charlotte Graham, Diane
A popular question among stu-
dents is, How can I get involved?
According to the T969-70 FHA'ers,
the answer is simple: .loin the Fu-
ture Homemakers ot America.
Through moneymaking activi-
ties such as bake sales, spirit ribbon
sales, and candy sales, the Future
Homemakers were able to pur-
chase equipment tor the home-
making department and furnish-
ings for the living room.
Social activities were a promi-
nent part of the club's year. These
activities included, the Fall Fantasy
Ball, visits to a nursing home, an
all-girl social, the spring style
show, teas, and many others. The
highlight of the year was National
FHA Week. There was a special ac-
tivity tor each day during the week
of April 4-l l. Patriotism Day,
Teacher Appreciation Day, and
Color Day are examples ot some ot
those events. Because of the inter-
est in pollution, FHA held a clean-
up week toward the end at the
l97O school year.
All these proiects add up to in-
volvement with school lite and oth-
ers around ou
gives a look of
boredom as his
date, Yvonne Bi-
vens, naps be-
tween dances at
the Fall Fantasy
'o Gei Involved
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Qbbie,Cerrer and Jeanette Cox sell refreshmenis to e F.F.A. boy an the Mvfk Renew, FHA bww for 1970, Nukes 0 brevk from fhe dome wifh
U Shgw. cousin, Jonice.
Many FHA'ers offended the all-girl swimming party where homemade ice cream und cookies were served
FHA Activities Concludecl Wii
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FHA Officers for 1970-1971
Marian Riegal, wilh companion, Sher
made in her second year sewing class
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Firsi year student, Carolyn Lucas, models her garment for the FHA style sho
nstcillation and Style Show
On May l2, the Aldine Associa-
tion of the Future Homemakers of
America installed twelve officers
for the forthcoming year. The in-
stallation was followed by a style
show put on by the sewing classes.
Garments ranging from pants and
tunics to formal evening wear
were modeled. Awards were pre-
sented to Pat McAfee for Home-
maker ofthe Year, and Debbie Lu-
cius received an award for Officer
of the Year. Also receiving awards
were Cynthia Rounsavall and Vicki
Reynolds. Afterward refreshments
were served, bringing the year's
activities to a successful conclu-
Karen Neagle repeats her duties as president to installing officer, Debbie Lucius.
Left: FHA sponsors are
Mrs. Stavinoha, Mrs.
January, Mrs. Wilker-
son, and Mrs. Cooper
From left to right: Liz Harper, Laurie Redonet, and Marlene Evens work on decorations for the football banquet.
Art Club members were from left to right, top row: Vanessa Seely,
Marlene Evans, Donna Taylor, Laurie Redonet, Cathy Menduni, Jan
Hanks, Debbie Rivette, and Karen Hanks. Middle row: Pam Paxton,
Debbie Price, Steve Havens, Ray Maylor, David Hickey, and Mike
Mitchell. Bottom row: Celia Steck, Diana Seely, Secretary, Cathee Mil-
saps, President, Lauren Houton, Treasurer, and Richard Powell, V.
Raymond Maylor, right, and Gary Anderson, left, choose ri
terial for their next art proiect.
lub of Service
Milsaps thumbs through an art book and tries to find something she
like to paint.
Above: Marlene Evans, left, and Liz Harper, right, inspect material
at Texas Art Supply Store.
Left: Diana Seely, left, and Vanessa Seely, right, look at a decorative
As a club of service, AHS's art club undertook
such challenging projects as designing and making
decorations for the annual football banquet, paint-
ing spirit posters for the football team to run
through, and many other projects. They also entered
pictures in art contests sponsored by the Fat Stock
Show in the Northline Mall. During the latter part of
the year, members of the art club took a field trip to
Texas Art Supply and visited the Herman Park Zoo.
Drafting Activities Highlighter
John Lum, left, Mr. Acker, and John Daunt discuss their drawings.
Members of the drafting club were from left to right, first row: Larry Bowen,
John Daunt, Goree Anderson, Gary Miller, Danny Huddleston, Mike Torbart,
John Lum and Mr. Acker, sponsor. Second row: Bert Pache, Billy Young, Mike
Lewis, Carl Falco, Carl Damalcado, Dwayne Hickman, Curtis Lockridge. Third r r ,
row: Tommy Lazerine, Phillip Douglas, Douglas Roulette, Larry Moon, Jerry
Tweedle, Carl Emmons, and Greg Gorman.
y District Meet
e above drawing, done by Johnny Cantu, won a first place rib-
yn at district contest held at Pasadena High School.
Cantu accepts a first place award for skill and speed from
Barney Ruth, State Supervisor.
Under the direction and guidance of Mr. Acker
and president, Johnny Cantu, the Drafting Club at-
tended many varied activities.
Early in the fall this year's officers traveled to Bay
City to attend an officers training workshop. In
March several of the Drafting students entered the
District meet held at Pasadena High School. At this
meet five Aldine students placed in skill and speed.
These were Johnny Cantu, Phillip Douglas, John
Daut, Bert Pouch, and Mike Lum. At the state meet
held in Austin, a total of ll ribbons were won.
The club, which is a part of VlCA closed out the
year by helping provide entertainment for the VICA
Douglas Roulette, left, and Mike Lewis, right, admire sketchings on display
at a district meet.
Back row, left to right: Karen Nave,
Janet Walker, Candy Davis, Vicki Strat-
ton, Debra Hargraves, Dianah Riddle,
Pam Turner. Second row: Robin Craig,
Kathy Buzbee, Charlene Barclay, Valer-
ie Neel, Millard Martin, Sherie Falcon-
er, Michele Kingery, Darla Davis. Third
row: Sandra Wadsworth, Marilyn Elli-
sor, Gayle Fuller, Vioza Tullis, Terri
McLean, Carla Berg, LaRue Feathers-
ton, Sponsor, Mrs. Urban. Front row:
Chris Pritchett, Shirley Okabayashi,
Sharon Campbell, Lynn Lucas, Irene A
Mathews, Karen Gates, Rhonda Turner,
Future Teachers of America is an or-
ganization for high school students
who are interested in teaching careers.
The purpose of the club was to give an
insight of the teaching profession and
its opportunities. 'During the year,
teaching assignments were made possi-
ble, giving each member a chance to
teach in any Aldine school for one day.
Also during the year the FTA spon-
sored Teacher Appreciation Day. On
various holidays, refreshments were
placed in the Teachers Lounge for the
enioyment of all faculty members. As
the end of the year approached, the
FTA elected new officers for next year.
Right: Chris Pritchett and Sharon Campbell serve Q H
refreshments to faculty member, Vernon Lewis, on s..
Teacher Appreciation Day.
eochers of Tomorrow
Left: Robin Craig directs the Sto-
vall Jr. High bond on FTA visita-
Below: Students listen intently os
Gayle Fuller lectures on the
subiect of history.
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Vicki Reynolds examines the South
American Indian exhibit.
The Math and Science Club, spon-
sored by Mr. Watson and Mr. Marion,
scheduled several field trips this year.
Some members ot the club went to the
Sam Houston Museum and Planetarium
in Huntsville on November 2l. On May
l4, they visited the Museum ot Natural
Science and examined the exhibit on
the history ofthe American Indian and
viewed the extensive medical section.
To be a member of this club, one
must have at least an 85 over-all grade
average. Members may participate in
academic competition at various col-
leges. This year students went to Texas
A84M University to take chemistry,
math, and slide rule tests. Some mem-
bers ot the Math and Science Club
competed in the slide rule division in
the UIL contest- Victor Garcia won a
first place award, Buddy Peake won a
second place award, and Tracy Grier
won a third place award. Members ot
the club were awarded pins at the con-
clusion ot the year.
To the right: Roy Flores is listening intently to a re
cording at the museum.
Math and Science Clul
interested in the Geronimo exhibit.
Members of the Moth ond Science Club
are as follows: Bottom row, left to right:
Buddy Peake, John Sorabicm, Vicki Reyn-
olds, ond Victor Gorcio. Second row:
Dicie Beomon, Dunno Donheim, Glen-
nci Holl, lrene Mathews, ond Chorlene
Barkley. Top row: Bill Suski and Roy
Above, first row, left to right: Brenda Lovings, Debbie Bailes, Mrs. Cam-
bell, sponsor, Sandy Konieczny, and Barbara Williams. Second row:
Bonnie Bryan, Susan Fish, Carol Hester, Kathy Terrell, Donna Walker,
Susan Melchor, Terri Stewart. Third row: Sara Fabosh, Carla Strother,
Jane Nule, Alice Kominwki, Betty Niehertlfer, Terri Reglein, Suzanna Til-
laf, Diane Seely, Fourth row: Terry Walker, Glenda Powell, Debbie
Price, Deane Eckert, Daryl Krity, Cindy Brown, Susan Stewart, Nonna
Mantooth, and Vanessa Seely.
Sandy Konieczny, left, and Debbie Bailes, right, place a
age on a tiger's tail for the adopt-one program.
uture Nurses' Club
On September 20, l97O, the first meeting of PNC
was off to a respective start by introducing officers
and new members of the club. This was followed by
a guest speaker, Mrs. Jasper, from Houston Baptist
College. The whole student body was invited to ob-
tain information from Mrs. Jasper's speech which
concerned medical careers. The largest and most im-
portant proiect this club sponsored was the adopt-
one program. FNC personally delivered the needed
Top: Caryl Kritz and Deana Woods assort packages for the adopt-
Bottom left: The officers were, from left to right: Debbie Bailes, Pres.,
Brenda Lovings, Vice-Pres., Barbara Williams, Sec., and Sandy Kon-
Bottom, right: Mrs. Jasper from Houston Baptist College gives a lec-
ture on medical careers at a FNC meeting.
Many activities were sponsored by
the International Club during the year.
They included a fashion show in which
the varsity football boys modeled, and
an ugliest man contest for the male
teachers here at Aldine.
A foreign exchange student, Liissi
Hirvarii, visited Aldine for one week.
The International Club is planning to
bring a foreign exchange student here
to Aldine next year.
Selling valentines and Friendship
Bonds were other activities for this club.
All of these activities were done to raise
money to brutg a foreign exchange stu-
dent to Aldine.
Fashion Show Highligh
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Ray Goss tells Pam Royston who to send his valentine to, while Gail Edwards takes Ricky Ti
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Diane Anderson has a hard time deciding who to vote for in the ugliest man contest, as Kathy Busbee helps her.
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Leff: "Diana Ross"
models herfhis version
of ci wedding dress.
Lone Dillion proves
that it's whot's up
front thot counts,
The varsity models wait for
the exciting moment when
the winner is onnounced.
Left: Pot Patterson
shows the audience
how to do the hulo.
George Crisp, winner
of the varsity fashion
Members and Cfficers of '7
Bottom row, left to right: Mrs. Prasatik, Kathy
Buzbee, Sherry Anderson, Gail Campbell, Carol
Cooley, Darla Davis, Miss Brandt. Second row:
Debbie Sparandio, Linda Leeder, Lily Pearce,
Gail Fulbright, Robin Craig, Debbie Craig,
Diane Anderson, Rhonda Turner, Shirley Oka-
bashi, Sharon Campbell, Irene Mathews, kris
Carston, Pam Royston, Ann Ward, Eleanor
Nesterode. Third row: Karen McKnight, Glenda
Rogers, Debbie Stallings, Lee Ann Fletcher, Nora
Spivey, Susie Maze, Sandy Frey, Laura Pickles,
Sheila Sumner, Charlene Barkley, Joan Stewart,
Gloria Melcher, Kathy Roland, Shirley Harrod,
Joyce Sally. Fourth raw: Cheryl Eaves, Carolyn
Lucas, Connie Levan, Suzanne Florence, Chris
Pritchet, Lynn Lucass, Sandy Mitchell, Jane Burt-
ner, Mark Beckham, Susan Melchor, Betty Kam-
inski, Cynthia Garret, Mary Hill, Sharon Russ,
Tad Hammond. Fifth raw. Cindy Jacobs, Pat
Patterson, Dagmar Subrt, Dianne Skipper,
Karen Garret, Dorthy Belnoski, Sherry Taylor,
Debbie Sainz, Mike Shomaker, Joan Rust, Kathy
Puller, Gail Edwards, Lynn Williams. Sixth row:
Carla Gerg, Robert Hozingon, Steve Baker, Paul
Brown, Jesse James, John Sarabia, Autumn Lo-
gins, Debbie Waltrip, Debbie Knoes, Sandy Top-
ping, Martha Goodwin, Cathy Tyler. Seventh
row: Polly Davenport, Tommy Fogle, Robert
Welch, David Myer, James Roach, Thomas Mei-
necke, Jimmy Black, Chris Stacy, John Goss,
Eddie Jahson, Richard Louaillier, David Staton,
Ennie Hickman, Mike Taylor, Ben Wooley,
Officers ot the International Club are from left: Mrs. Prasatik, Carol Cooley, Gail Campbell, Darla Davis, Sh
Anderson, Kathy Buzbee, and Miss Brandt.
loundup Meets Deadline
' is .. , Tanna Morton shows Carolyn Byrd how she wants her layout to look for the Senior section,
As the first deadline drew near the Roundup
staff hurriedly finished one section of the year-
. y book. After one semester of selling ads, of which
each student is required to sell S200 worth, the
if staff settled down to routine work. ln October a
H trip to Dallas was taken to tour the Taylor Pub-
lishing Company. While there the staff visited
Six Flags. The profits from the Coronation, the
selling of booster ads, and money from auto-
' A graph books went toward financing the year-
b book. To celebrate the ending of a successful
-' "11Laa siifs r sssr year, the staff took a picnic lunch to Huntsville
State Park on May l7.
Left: Karen Neagle, iunior, decides where her pictures will go
on her layout.
Aldine's Future Farmers of America held
their eleventh annual project show on April
2, 3, and 4, l97O. A barbeque and dance
was held at the school to celebrate the
opening ot the T970 project show. The T18
members ot Aldine's chapter ot FFA chose
Suzanne Florence as their sweetheart ear-
lier in the year. Suzanne participated in the
proiect as well as the boys. The highlight of
the show was the actual iudging ot the
grand champion steer which was won by
the steer owned by Douglas Goodwin.
FFA Members Prepar
Danny Wendt and members of the Country Rhythm Masters play at the annual FFA dan
The Aldine Future Farmers of America number 'ITB in the school year of T969-70. s
ior Eleventh Proiecl Show
irry Sanders and his dale dance al The annual FFA dance while Donald McAfee and Jenni Appleton flefrj and
aig Adams and Teri McClain frightj dance in the background.
Left: Donny.Sinclair has the job of preparing the chicken for
the annual FFA barbeque.
Right: Kenneth Grimes is one of The many
viewers who looked of The exhibits of the FFA
This tent scene of the FFA Proiect Show is lust cz glimpse of oll the ccfion that goes on during the Aldine FFA livestock show
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Left: Charles Owens frighrl holds the steer owned by Ken-
neth Leech while Kenneth fleftl fixes the steers halter.
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Left: It seems thot this
unidentified FFA mem-
ber doesn't wont to be
seen catching c quick
nop, but the steer fon
his leftj seems to inter-
Ag Boys Enioy Winning
Kenneth McAfee steadies his Reserve Champion lamb as Charles Ritter places his Reserve Champion banner on his second place-winnir
the auclioneer offers The sale of the animal To the highesf l'IOQ.
Harold Kapalski brushes his sleer in preparalion for The show.
Auto Mechanics Club Members
Participate in an Active Year
Strikland, second year auto mechanics, admires the work of someone else at the
lll V.l.C,A. meet in Pasadena.
Top row, left to right: David
Hague, Steve l-lughs, Flash Turn-
er, Forrest Bernelle, Ben Enyart,
Bobby Corcorran, Mike Pagel,
Dennis Garner. Middle row:
Homer Jenkins, Jackie Barlow,
James Simmons, Carl' Swonke,
David Warren, Mike Pratt, Mike
Smith. Front row: Ronnie Ellis,
Gene Munoz, Rene Hendon,
Randy Siebe, Kenneth Strikland,
Michael Conway lll,
First and second year Auto Mechan-
ics students tormed the Auto Mechanics
Club. They raised money to buy new
equipment tor the shop.
Several members attended the Dis-
trict lll meet in Pasadena on March 6
and 7. They also attended the State
meet in Austin on April lo.
Second year students were able to
go on field trips to Northline Dodge
and River Oaks Chrysler Plymouth to
get an idea of what they would be in-
volved in as tuture mechanics.
Top: Debbie Cermak, Lynn Lucas, Becky Roltmann, Liz Spivey, and Karen Neogle, look through some other yearboaks for some ideas for The coming yearbook
Above: Going home, everyone found ideas for fun, but Sandi Word, Vickie Reynolds, and Carol Ralcliffe found fun playing cards.
Roundup Staff Goes to Dallas
Again this year the Roundup staff toured the Tay-
lor Publishing Company, except this time the Aldine
MacArthur yearbook staff made the tour with them.
The staff arrived in Dallas around lO:OO on a school
bus and toured the plant around ll:OO, learning a
few of the steps involved in publishing a yearbook.
This year the staff decided to stay overnight at the
Arlington Motor lnn. After the tour, everyone was
glad to get to the motel and freshen up for fun at Six
Flags. Later that night everyone had their own plans
for fun at the motel. Some walked "about ten miles"
to a nearby grocery store for some goodies. Others
went to the show, and some found fun at a fruit
store. Also some found fun in the motel pool or just
sitting around their rooms.
Sunday morning was the time to leave for home.
Going home on the bus, some slept and some played
cards, but it seemed to have been fun for all.
Left: Vicki Reynolds and Carol Ratcliffe seem to have found some-
thing in the Taylor library,
Below: Carlisa Davis, Georgia Greenhaw, Donna Gay, Debbie Cer-
mak, and others listen to Mr. Priest as he demonstrates one of the
Top, front row: Mr. Simmang, sponsor, Eddie
Tarver, Cynthia Rushing, lsweetheortl, Ed-
ward Otter, James Clock. Middle row: Jerry
Preston, Mike Loftin, Pat Artell, Gary Gunter,
Jesse Quolls, Aaron Sutherlohd, Mike Di-
etrich, Terry Holmes. Top row: Pete Bible,
Johnny Martin, Aaron Sands, John Hate,
Doug Howze, Alan Brannon, Terry Vance,
Vernon Helling, Gary White.
Right: Gary White seems to be interested in a 3
refrigeration project on display at the District
Sirnmang and Gary Watkins look at some proiects which were entered at the spring District Meet.
Being a part of VICA this year,
the Air-Conditioning Club, spon-
sored by Mr. Q. W. Simmang, par-
ticipated in a number of activities.
On October 24 an all-school
Halloween Dance was sponsored
by the VICA Club. Air-
Conditioning visited the NHBA
Convention in the Astro Hall on
Wednesday, January 28. The Val-
entine Sweetheart Week began on
February 9 and ended with an as-
sembly the following Friday.
The Air-Conditioning Club also
attended the District Ill Contest in
Pasadena on March 6 and 7. Eight
Junior boys received various hon-
ors tor the club. They were: Gary
Watkins, Raymond Donaldson,
Doug Howze, James Clack, Gary
Smith, Mike Dietrich, Alan Bran-
non, and Eddie Tarvar. They won
a combination of ribbons and hon-
orable mentions. This spring they
had a banquet and received Merit
Awards for their skills and talents.
They also attended the State Meet.
The VICA Club also sponsored a
swimming party at the H and H
Guest Ranch on May 28 as a re-
minder it was the last day of
Left to right, tap row:
Linda Morris, Carol
Ratcliffe, Cathy Chil-
dress, Estella, Roy,
Laura Kelley, Gloria
Levee, Debbie Roan,
and Debbie Lucis
Center row: Mrs.
Judge, Tanna Morton,
Barbara Coon, Chris
Henderson, Susan Til-
lar, Sandra Kan-
ieczny, and Faye Phil-
lips. Bottom row: Re-
Charlotte Gist, Debbie
Falcon, DeDe Hunter,
Debbie Johnson, and
Top: Paula Fritzsching works on a ten-key adding machine during class.
Right: Mrs. Judge is discussing with Rebecca Wilkerson the future activities of
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Aldine's Vocational Office Educa-
tion Club changed their name to OEA.
OEA stands for Office Education Asso-
ciation. This course taught the 22 mem-
bers many important skills for a secre-
tarial position. ln this 2-hour class the
sponsor, Mrs. Judge, taught the stu-
dents many skills such as shorthand,
recordkeeping, filing, typing, how to
work with an IBM Executary, Rotary
Calculator and the ten-key adding ma-
chine. All of the meetings were con-
ducted by Rebecca Wilkerson, presi-
dent, Charlotte Gist, vice-president,
Debra Fountain, secretary, Paula
Fritzsching, treasurer, Debbie Johnson,
reporter, and Kathy Frey, parliamen-
The group sponsored, for the first
time, Career Day. During the day,
many classes visited exhibits conducted
by Houston businesses. Throughout the
year the OEA girls undertook many
proiects and sponsored activities such
as guest speakers, the Student Directo-
ry, English book lists, typing for teach-
ers, averaging grades and participat-
ing in the state convention in Galves-
Top: Tanna Morton works on Student Directory, as
one of the many outside activities done by OEA.
Bottom: A representative of Southwestern Bell is
discussing many jobs that are offered to students
with Chris Henderson, DeDe Hunter, Lori Kelley,
Debbie Fountain and Matt Terasaki looking on.
. . . Explores Vocational Opportunities
Top left: Gloria Levee pushes for speed while
shorthand is being dictated.
Top right: Sandra Konieczny and Barbara
Williams work on recordkeeping material.
Right: Tonna Morton and Paula Fritzsching
are putting the Student Directory together,
which is a proiect ot the VOE and the NHS.
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On Sunday, May l7, the Roundup
staff had their annual picnic at Hunts-
ville Park. After meeting at Mr. Wil-
son's house, the staff followed to the
park. Activities included in the park
were paddle-boats, bicycle racing and
swimming. After enjoying a picnic
lunch, the staff ioined in on all the fun.
Top: Karen Neagle and Donna Gay fasten their
seat belts on the paddle-boats,
Far left: Liz Spivey and Allen Doss seem to be
enioying their picnic lunch.
Left: Carol Ratcliffe and Vicki Reynolds discuss their
English reading assignment.
Below: Becky Reich screams in excitement as
Johnny Carr pushes her off.
Far left: Mary Hill listens carefully to Edwin Dewberry s
Top left: Vicki shows Susan how tough English is
Left: Staffers enioy picnic lunch,
Competition between the classes olwoys existed.
Success wos yelling the loudest ot the pep rallies,
But the Freshmen, Sophomores ond Juniors still
respected the upperclcissmen,
And Seniors found time from the confusion to
soy their goodbyes ond to port with mony
Seniors Are Heavy in 1970
Band 4 yrs., Betty Crocker
Award I yr.
JENNIE GAY APPLETON
Band 2 yrs., FHA I yr., FNA I
yr., Tennis Team I yr.
FNA A yrs., MSC 2 yrs., Fencing
Club 2 yrs., International Club I
yr., Student Congress I yr., Li!
brary Club 2 yrs., FNC I yr.,
Mast VaIuabIe Mustang Stctfer
FHA 3 yrs., Library Club I yr.,
Reporter I yr.
FFA 3 yrs., DE I yr., Vice-
President DECA, Football 2 yrs.
Band 4 yrs., Thespians 2 yrs.,
NHS 2 yrs., Student Congress 2
yrs., Reporter I yr., Honor Stu-
dent 3 yrs., Band Beau I yr.,
Mast Studicus senior year.
Officers Represent Senior Class
DE l yr., Reporter l yr.
Band 2 yrs., ROUNDUP l yr., FHA ZW
yrs., Thespians 4 yrs., Best Thespiart l
yr., Treasurer l yr., Sweetheart l yr.,
National Honor Society 2 yrs., Vice-
Pres. l yr., Honor Awards 3 yrs., Student
House of Representatives l yr., Secre-
tary l yr.
Varsity Baseball 3 yrs., Varsity Basket-
ball 2 yrs ,All Drstrictfioseball l yr., Stu-
dent Councrl l yr.
Varsity Football 3 yrs., Varsity Track 2
yrs., J,V, Track l yr., Most Valuable
Player Award l yr., All District l yr.,
Most Athlettc Boy l yr., Most Popular Jr.
Boy, Cutest Couple 2 yrs., All-Greater
Houston Team l yr., Honorable Men-
tion All-American l yr., Ltbrary Club l
yr., Reporter Jr. yr., Mr. Aldrne l97O,
Band A yrs., Secretary l yr., Sweetheart
l yr., All-Drstrtct l yr., Thespian 4 yrs.,
Secretary l yr., President l yr., Best
Thespian Award 1 yr., Honor Soctety 2
yrs., Reporter l yr., Student Congress l
yr, Treasurer Jr. yr., Best All Around l
yr., Homecomrng Prrrtcess, Miss Aldine
Vaqueras l yr., FHA 3yrs., Student Con-
gress 2 yrs., Historian l yr., ROUNDUP
2 yrs., FTA 2 yrs,, International Club l
Varstty Football 2 yrs., Varstty Track 2
yrs., Drafting Club 3 yrs., Presedent l yr.,
This year the Senior Class Officers were: Ray Goss, Vice-President, Sharon Simkins, Secretary, Victor Mikeska, President, Bob Bostw
Parliamentariang and Jackie Hewlett, Treasurer. Not pictured is Charlotte Gist, Reporter.
Football A yrs., Boskelbcll I yr.,
Track I yr., Thespuuns 4 yrs.,
Sluderil Council I yr., Treasurer
I yr., Presudenl I yr.
Choir 3 yrs., Madrigols 3 yrs.
Bcskelbcll I yr., Tenms I yr.
Foolbull 3 yrs., Truck I yr., Bos-
keibull I yr., Cures? Couple Jr.
year, Chour 2 yrs., Best All'
Around Jr. Boy.
Sludenl Council I yr., FHA 2
yrs., Secrerury I yr., FNA 2 yrs.,
Secrelary I yr., Vice-Presudenl I
yr., Arl 1 yr., ROUNDUP 1 yr.
FFA 4 yrs., Football 2 yrs.
Drofling 2 yrs.
PNA 1 yr., FHA 4 yrs.
Bond 3 yrs., FHA I yr.
Sludenl Congress I yr., Secretary I yr.,
Library Club I yr.
Band 3 yrs., MSC 2 yrs., FNA I yr., Infer-
nalicnal Club I yr., Lafin I yr., Fencmg
I yr., DE I yr.
Vaqueras 4 yrs., Captain I yr., Ll. Cap-
Vain I yr.
VICA 2 yrs., Draflung 2 yrs.
Band 4 yrs., Foolball 2 yrs., Track 2 yrs.
Band 3 yrs., FHA I yr., FTA 3 yrs., MSC
I yr., lnternalional I yr., NHS I yr.,
Mos! Bashful Sr. Girl, Mos! Beautiful
Girl of Aldine, FHA 1 yr.
VOE I yr., Secretary I yr.
Vaqueras 2 yrs., FHA 2 yrs., Tennis I yr.
FHA I yr., Ar! I yr., Sludenl Council I
yr., VOE I yr., Parllamemarian I yr.,
Cures! Couple Sr. yr., Best Dressed Sr.
Choir 4 yrs., FHA 2 yrs.
VOE I yr., Treasurer I yr., FHA I yr.,
ROUNDUP I yr., FTA 2 yrs., Vaqueras I
I, After Cathy Spivey eats her lunch she de-
cides lo have a little fun and to make a little
2. She blows up the sack.
3. "Wasn't that funny," she said.
FHA 2 yrs., Student Council 2 yrs., Vo-
queras I yr., Fr, Class Vice-Pres., Most
Pap Fr. Girl, Most Beautiful Soph. Girl,
Soph Class Sec., Cheerleader 2 yrs., Jr.
Class Vice-Pres., GSL I yr., Sr. Class Re-
porter, VOE I yr., Vice-Pres, I yr.,
Homecoming Queen, Lions Club
FFA 3 yrs., Reporter I yr, Sec, I yr..
Band 2 yrs,
Cheerleader 2 yrs., Thespians A yrs., Lib.
I yr., Art 2 yrs,, Band 2 yrs., Choir I yr.,
Pres. of Thespuans I yr., Best Thesp. I
yr., Jr, Class Port., Sr. Class Vice-Pres
Football 3 yrs., Basketball 3 yrs., Track 4
yrs, Student Council I yr., Mustang
Stott 2 yrs., Editor I yr.
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PNA 1 yr., vos 1 yr.
Band 4 yrs., Vice-Pres. I yr., Sr.
Class Trees., Thespions I yr.,
Inter. Club 2 yrs., FNA 2 yrs.,
Vice-Pres. I yr., Rep. I yr., Fenc-
nng 2 yrs., Sec.-Trees. I yr., FHA
Bond 4 yrs., Reporter I yr.
DE DE HUNTER
vos 1 yr., HH, 1 yr.
Choir 3 yrs., Fr. Class Sec., Jr.
Class Sec., Thespuuns 2 yrs., FIA
I yr., Imer. I yr., Lib. I yr.,
Treasurer I yr.
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Bond 3 yrs., Molorehe l yr., MSC 2 yrs.,
Purl. 1 y1.,c0ff.seC. 1 y1.,voE 1 yr., l
Rep. 1 yr.
MSC l yr., Honor Socuery 2 yrs.,
yrs., Honor Awards 2 yrs.
Foolbull 2 yrs.
vos 1 yr., FHA 1 yr.
Choir l yr., Honor Award l yr., VOE l
yr., PNA 2W yrs., Trecs. l yr.
oe 2 yrs,
Voqueras 2 yrs., FHA 2 yrs., The
yr., VICA 2 yrs.
Air Cond, 2 yrs., VICA 2 yrs.
FNA 4 yrs., Sec. I yr., Rep. I yr., Vice
Pres. I yr., FHA 3 yrs.
Inter, I yr., FHA 4 yrs., Lib. I yr., VOE I
yr., Student Congress I yr.
FFA 3 yrs., Rep. I yr., Pres. I yr., Student
Cong. I yr.
Fr, Class Pres., Vaq. I yr., Student Cong.
3 yrs., Choir A yrs., Modriguls 3 yrs.,
FHA I yr., Cheerleader 2 yrs., Best All-
Arouncl and Most Pop. Jr. cmd Sr. Girl,
Most Likely to Succeed Sr. Girl, Jr. Clcss
Rec. Sec., Choir Vice-Pres. und Trecs.,
Homecoming Princess, Miss Aldine
DE I yr.
Student Ccun. I yr., FFA 3 yrs.
Boseboll I yr.
MSC 2 yrs., Inter. 2 yrs., NHS 2 yrs.,
Most Pop. Sr. Boy, Most Friendly Sr. Boy,
Cheerleader I yr., Sr. Class Pres., Mr.
CATH EE MI LSAPS
Thespicns 2 yrs., Inter. 2 yrs., Art 2 yrs.
Drafting 2 yrs., VICA 2 yrs.
FHA 2 yrs., Inter. 2 yrs., Thespians 3 yrs.,
Lib. I yr., Student Coun. 2 yrs.
Student Coun. 2 yrs., FHA 3 yrs., VOE I
yr., Most Friendly Sr. Girl.
FHA 3 yrs., Inver. 1 yr., FTA 1
yr., VOE 1 yr., ROUNDUP 2
yrs., Ad. Edit. 1 yr., Sludenl
Council 2 yrs., Thespiuns 3 yrs.,
Sr. Editor 1 yr.
Voquerus 2 yrs., FHA 1 yr., Siu-
denl Congress 1 yr., DE 2 yrs.,
Treasurer 1 yr., Pres. 1 yr.
Honor Society 2 yrs., FTA 3 yrs.,
Inter, 2 yrs., Thes. 1 yr., FHA 1
yr., Library 1 yr., Vuquerus 1 yr,
Football 1 yr., Track 1 yr., Besl
All Around Senior Boy, VOE -
Voqu. 3 yrs., DE 1 yr., FHA 1 yr.
Slu. Cong. 1 yr., Drum Moi. 1
yr., NHS 1 yr., MSC 1 yr.
VICA 2 yrs., Drcifhng 2 yrs.
Ari 2 yrs., VICA 1 yr,, Cosmel. 2
Siu. Cong. 2 yrs., FTA 2 yrs.,
Treus. 1 yr., Rep. of Soph. Class,
FHA 1 yr., ROUNDUP 2 yrs.,
Edit. 1 yr., NHS 2 yrs., VOE 1
yr., Miss Aldine Runner-Up.
Bond 1 yr., FHA 4 yrs., Choir 3
yrs., NHS 2 yrs., MSC 1 yr..
ROUNDUP 1 yr., Thes. 1 yr.,
Most SVud. Sr. Girl.
Sfudenl Coun. I yr., Football 4
yrs., Cuvesv Couple Sr. yr.
FHA 3 yrs., FTA 1 yr., mer, 1
yr., vos 1 yr.
Baseball I yr.
"I sold I was gonna
point it," scys Colhee
Milsops to Lauren
Football 4 yrs., Track A yrs.,
Bond 3 yrs., NHS 2 yrs.
Fencung 2 yrs., Pres. I yr., Inter.
2 yrs., Tlwespians I yr.
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Vcq. I yr., Fencing I yr., FHA I yr.
FHA 2 yrs., OEA I yr,
Vuq. 2 yrs., FNC I yr., Stu. Cong. 2 yrs.,
Pres. of Cosmev., VICA 2 yrs.
Best All-Around Fr. Girl, Band 4 yrs.,
Sec. of Sr. Class, NHS 2 yrs., All-S!cr
Basketball Tecm 2 yrs.
Chonr I yr.
Choir 4 yrs., Mudrigcls 4 yrs., Stu.
Coun. 4 yrs., Sec. I yr., Vice-Pres. I yr.,
Inter, I yr., Sec. I yr., FTA 2 yrs., Mos!
Pop. sopn. Girl, ROUNDUP 1 yr., GSL 1
yr., Tennis I yr.
FNC 3 yrs.,In1er. I yr., CCC I yr., Lab. I
yr., FHA I yr., Thespicns 2 yrs., Pcrl. I
NHS 1 yr., DECA 1 yr.
NHS l yr., Foovball 1 yr., Mgr.
Siu. Conn. 2 yrs., Best All-
Arouncl Soph. Bay, Football 4
yrs., Basketball 2 yrs., Baseball
2 yrs., Track 3 yrs., Choir 4 yrs.
DECA 2 yrs., FNA 3 yrs.
LEONARD TRU ETT
Mas! Handsome Fr. Boy, Soph.
Class Pres., Mas! Pop. Soph.
Bay, Jr. Class Pres., Mas? Likely
to Succeed Sr. Bay, Runner-Up
for Mr. Aldine, Football 2 yrs.,
Baseball 4 yrs.
Band 3 yrs., Maj. 2 yrs., Head
Maj. l yr,, NHS 2 yrs., Lib. 2
yrs., Parl. l yr.
Band 4 yrs.
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rally during Spirit Week,
FTA 4 yrs., Choir 4 yrs., Modri
golsl yr., lnler. 2 yrs., FHA T yr
""""' STEVE WALKER
NHS 2 yrs., Bond 3 yrs., Thespi
ons l yr., Stu. Cong. l yr.
NHS T yr., Tennis Team l yr.
FTA 2 yrs.
Basketball Mgr. 2 yrs.
senior football boys, Billy McElroy, James Bcles, George Crisp, John Slenber, Dcivid Youngblood, Phillip Terrell, ond Johnny Contu fry lo lecxd Q cheer cl the
Voq. 3 yrs., FHA 3 yrs., Ar! l yr.,
Vaq. 2 yrs., Lueul. I yr., Choir 4
yrs., Mudrigals 4 yrs., FHA 3
WAN DA WHITE HEAD
OEA I yr., Pres. I yr., Siu.
Cong. I yr., FHA I yr,
FHA 2 yrs,, FNC YW yrs., Sec, I
yr., OEA I yr.
CH ERYL WILLIAMS
FHA 3 yrs., Cures! Couple Soph.
yr,, Jetera Relay Queen.
FTA 2 yrs., FHA 2 yrs., Vaq, 2
Vaq. I yr,, FHA 2 yrs., Cures!
Couple Fr. and Jr. yrs., Most
Beautiful Jr. and Sr. yrs.
Lib. I yr., Vaq. 2 yrs.
Seniors, Victor Mikeska, Sam Elliot, Carolyn Allen, Jeanette Cooper, Carlisa Davis and C
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FFA 4 yrs., Sec. I yr., FooIboll I
FFA 2 yrs., DE I yr., Fo
James and Jamie - Most Bashful
James Bates and Jamie Finch were
chosen to be Most Bashful fhisyear.
Right: Senior Class Sponsors This year were: Top:
Mr. Woodland. Middle, left Io right: Mr. Gondy,
Mr. Walker, Mr. Hardy, and Mr. Bowman.
Most Popular and Friendly
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Truett, MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED.
For left bottom: Vicki Reynolds ond Bob
Bostwick, MOST STUDIOUS.
Left: Lolo McDonald ond Pct Patterson,
Below: Kothy Frey ond Steve Rigsdell,
Debby Wilson and Don Burrisk
were elecred cs MOST ATHLETIC.
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Cheatham were elected as BEST
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Carol Ratcliffe looks at her gift she received from the iunior class.
"Mike please eat something," says Christy Moore to Mike Swonke.
Yellow and White
Most people look around and see
things and ask whyp but we look
around and see things not there
and ask why not.
As the '69-'70 school year opened, 325 juniors
entered the halls with confusion because of the
construction of two new wings here at Aldine. But
after the first few weeks of attending classes, going
to meetings, cheering at pep rallies, football games,
basketball games, and other school activities, the
confusion was replaced with excitement. Old friend-
ships were renewed and new ones were made. This
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and sponsored an all school social with a theme of a
Carnival. The money from these was used for the
Junior-Senior prom. This year the prom was held at
the Marriott Motor Motel. The big day came for all
when they ordered their senior rings. As the year
came to an end the iuniors looked forward to their
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Larson, and Mary Hill cheer with the Aldine
Cheerleaders during a football pep rally
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Florence, Vice-President: Pat Gist, Reporter,
James Carter, Presidentg Sharon Campbell,
Secretary. Not pictured: Teresa Larson, Trea-
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Sponsors Direct Juniors
First row, left to right: Mrs. Gloria
Mitchamore, Mrs. Mickey January, Miss
Cheri Brandt, Mrs. Nita Pau, Miss Hope
Burgess, Mrs. Marie Persodnik, Mrs.
Judy Gaines, Mrs. Connie Stavinoha.
Top row: Coach Ronald Hester, Coach
Dee Moses, Mr. Bob Weisinger, Coach
Bob Richlefsen. Not pictured: Miss
Wanda Eaton, Mrs. Delores Hopson,
Mr. Joe Woodland, Mr. Philip Atkins,
Mrs. Dorothy Jackowski, Mr. William
Walker, Mr. Pay Pearson, Mr. Charles
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in biol. Linda Sims and Vickie Calfee find time to chat with Kay
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John Watson. Bottom row, left to right:
Mr. Roy Smith, Bunny Jones, Wilma
Stracener, Jean Marvis, Rowena Light-
foot, Helen Green. Not pictured:
George Cummings, Carroll l-laisty,
Clara Urban, Robin Trimble, Sue Finley.
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"Leader in Fine Homes Since 1948"
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PORT CITY STATE BANK
Eastex Freeway at Crane Street
Complete Banlcing Service
MEMBER F. D. I. C.
We Do Minor Tune-Up
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TED WEHBERG'S ENCO SERVICE
9403 N. Shepherd
RICE CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC
2128 W. 34th
ANDREW F. RICE, D.C.
TOM W. RICE, D.C.
APPLE'S WHITE PLAZA
Pharmacist: DON APPLE, PAUL SPINELLA
NORTH SIDE FLOOR COMPANY
II8 Aldine Mail Rt. at Airline
Carpet ' Asphalt and Vinyl Tile '
Formica ' Draperies and'Shades '
Linoleum ' Cornices
FREE ESTIMATES GUARANTEED WORK
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Owner: RETHA HUNT Phone 443-0585
Serving Continuously from 11 am to 8:30 pm
AIR CONDITIONING W igs
8912 North Freeway c A F E T E R I A
1337 W. 43rd
TRI LUMBER AND TRAVELERS DRIVE-IN
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7103 A I
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MR. and MRS. IKE BAUGH, Owners
1 BIG JOHN'S SUPER MARKET INWOOD FOREST COIFFURES
The Latest in Distinctive Styles
JOHN NEWBERRY 15426 E. Hardy 7026 Antoine Dr.
442-3850 Houston, Texas . Houston, Texas 77018
Orders to go 447-9024
We do if my way or else!
COME TOGETH ER NOW
Mrs. AIIen's Homeroom
Ron Gatlin RQ Poole
Paul Barnett Jenifer Green Cheryl Rigsdell
Michael Bell Beverly Hearn Chuch Simkins
Susan Bethune Ronnie Howlon Sue Slash
Deborah Bradley Debbie James Roland Vest
Lynette Brady John Johnson Cheryl Wade
Mike Conway Scott Lindsay Ernest "soul"
Danny Craft Mark L0ff0f' Wilson
Jo Ann Dowies Bruce McMullen lichard Womack
Suzan Englishbee Billie MClf5l1Gll Beverly Zawucki
Janelle Ford Susan Morris
"Only One Life T'will Soon Be Past
Only What's Done For Christ Will Last"
KRAUSE'S 5444 N. FREEWAY
Tidwell and Airline
OX 4-.2309 Houston
"IN BUSINESS FOR YOUR HEALTH"
Hl 7-2060 818 Corvette
Houston, Texas 77016
COLOR TV SERVICE CO.
PORTER'S BEAUTY SHOP
Color - Black and White
Two Locations 4479019
721 W. Mt. Houston Rd. 323 Bammel Rd.
O RETAIL STORE 500 NORTHLINE MALL
US 75 and Crosstimbers Houston, Texas
F.M. 1960 at Kuykendahl
"Bring back that mustache cup,
HI 4-6666 do you Hear me?"
MOBILE HOME CITY, INC.
SENIORS OF '70
9510 N. Freeway
Greig Moers 448-2505
"Contact us for good
Mobile Home Living"
,OAK FOREST BA
II20 W. 43rd Street at Ella Blvd.
Member of F.D.l.C.
Your Suburban Bank ot Personal Service
FRESH CAGE EGGS M 81 M AUTO SUPPLY
M. A. OTTER
844 Aldine Road
Route 6, Box 710 ' 13825 W. Hardy Hl 2-0741
HOUSTON, TEXAS 77016 ' Houston, Texas 77039
TEXAS LICENSE NO. 4033
J. W. HICKMAN
Purebred and Percentage
SALAD - VEGETABLES - HOT ROLLS ' CORNSTICKS
WIND SWEPT INN
Fried Chicken Dinners
Home Cooked - Served Family Style
We Cater to Private Parties
MR. MRS. P. L. McKEE HI 7-1256
Owners Houston, Texas
T071 9 Airline
Asphalt Paving and Dirt Work
l3322 Reeveston Road
HOUSTON PALESTINE ouslon' em 77039
447'2'60 MORRIS slNcLAiR, JR. Phone 442-8461
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"Don't cry, Liz. You'll be a Sr. soon."
' "Old Time Service
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Phone: OX 5-2l37 6111 N. Shepherd
Off: OX 49292 Houslon BOB RAINEY'S TEXACO SERVICE
Owner: SAM RICOTTA
6923 Antoine at Little York
Houston, Texas 77018
A Complete Linen, Towel and Uniform Service
W. L. MORRIS ,
Commercial Painting I n
UN 9-451 l
Vice President and Gen. Mgr.
3520 Center St.
Houston, Texas 77007
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Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Powell 447-0377 H9 Aldine Mail Rt.
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rivers' Lounge-Color TV
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SUTTON FEED STORE
REPUBLIC NATIONAL BANK
of Houston 5651 N. shepherd ox 5-6688
Houston, Texas 77018
5200 N. Shepherd
NEAGLE AUTO SALES
Air Conditioning Service
63 i -0275 7530 Homestead Road
WE PUT ALL OUR MINDS
TOGETHER AND CAME UP
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"A little higher on top, please."
A 81 B FLORISTS
"It's spring year 'round"
HOUSTON FIRST SAVINGS
1Serving the Aldine Areaj
"A school age savings
account is a good
investment in their future"
Compliments of -
11211 Highway 75 North
Located 1 block west Open Mon thru HI 7-0941
of Interstate 45 on Saturday
Bammel Road KFM 19691 444-6731 Catering from groups of 10 to 450
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2764 W. T. C. JESTER
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COR 650 W.GULFBANK AT N.FREEWAY
PHONE HI 7-3491 HOUSTON
CLIFF HOMES, INC.
8843 North Freeway
"ON YOUR LOT BUILDERS"
6 Models To Choose From
- 57000.00 Up -
FAIRWAY FOOD CENTER
J. M. TRIPP
Cbryfiad Master Dgydcancr
52I5 Airline Dr.
I Tom GRANT:-uuws
9350 N. Freeway
North Freeway at Mt. Houston
OPEN 24 HOURS MECHANICAL WORK
2521 N. Freeway
Owner - A. W. BROWN
Fonesn Pnonucrs DIVISION
BONNEY FORGE 81 FOUNDRY INC
A Gulf and Western Company
6506 N. Houston Rosslyn Rd.
Houston, Texas 77018 HO 2-3416
COVINGTON NURSERY AND
GARDEN CENTERS, INC.
1901 Bingle Rd. 8620 Airline
l 468-5596 447-1690
. JIMMY KELLY, Mgr. B. B. MOERS, Mgr.
For Quality Nursery Stock
CAPTAIN JOHN'S RESTAURANT
1927 W. Gray
Seafoods and Steaks
Private Dining Room Available for Banquets
CD DISCOUNT PHARMACY
306 W. Gulfbank HI 7-8456
X 4+ T ALDINE
650 W. Gulfbclnk
GOOD LUCK TO THE
FINE MEXICAN Fooo SENIORS OF 'I970
11:00 A.M. TO 9:00 FIM.
FRI. Bl SAT. 10:00 P.M.
FOOD To G0
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lFM525D Q. 4 HousToN. TEXAS 77039
C. R. BURLESON
"We'll get The job done
Housfon, Texas 77022
6302 Airline Drl
OX 4-5583 2902 Briarwick
695-T 4 -
GERALD COBLE 61 695 1819
Today, natural gas supplies. the modern fuel to heat and cool
your home, for cooking, refrigeration, water heating, and
clothes drying. Tomorrow, it will serve as the total-energy
source for all the power in your home.
GAB Fon THE MODERN WAY OF Ll
BUCK 81 CARROLL'S
H3022 Airline Dr' ALDINE LIONS CLUB
Aldine Mail 'Route
AMERICAN FINANCE SYSTEM
Loans 5100.00 fo Sl0,000 will sfain
Houston, Texas 228-5374
HOUSTON'S QUALITY SERVICE BANK
Uteatmi-113 - - - CONVENIENT BANKING HOURS
LOBBY HOLIRS DRIVE-IN HOURS
9 TO 2 P.M. MONDAY thru THURSDAY 7:30 TO 6:00 DAILY
9 TO 6 P.M. FRIDAY SATURDAY 7:30 TO 12:30 NOON
9 TO 12:30 NOON SATURDAY
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BANK MEMBER F.D.I.C. BANK
SUPERIOR HOMES OF HOUSTON, INC
Distinctive Homes of Top Materials and
SUPPLY CO., INC.
908 White Street
Houston, Texas 77007
HARDWARE CO., INC.
Paint - Hardware - Rentals
JOSEPH M. SALERNO 8918 N. Freeway
at Gulfbank Road
SWONKE'S LUCKY SEVEN
THE HOBBY HOUSE
4428 N. Shepherd 697-4111
Quality Meats and Groceries Ceramics - Glozes - Fi,-ing
Large Plaster Pieces
4701 Mangum Road
OV 2-5103 Purse and Box Craft
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MALONEY DAY NURSERY
NO SQUALLING BRATS -
JUST HAPPY CHILDREN
CATTLE HORSE TRACTOR
TRAILER MFG. 00.
SALES - PARTS
JOE BIEDRZYCKI - M58-2343
AL BIEDRZYCKI - 692-5289 I08Ilo E. HARDY
BUS. PH. 1042-B479 HOUSTON,TEXAS 77016
KRAATZ WRECKER SERVICE
II324 Eastex Freeway
Dial HI 2-21 II
Bonded and Insured
OX 2-'536 ox 7-0865
's your . . .
Whether you intend
to begin your cdreer,
or to continue your
conqrdtuldte your f if'
Humble Oil 6. Refining Company Americcfs Leading Energy Company
STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES
Phone: Off. HI 7-4515 7030 Antoine
RES. HI 7-0257 Houston, Texas 77018
COMPLETE GARDEN SHOP
1351 5103 Griggs Rd. 747-9610
ii2 8503 N. Freeway 448-2464
if 3 Almedo-Genoo Rd. 946-6578
REWINDING Repairing SERVICE
24 Hour Service
ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE CO.
HOUSTON, TEXAS 77016
HARRY SHIRLEY Office: HI 2-6489
MRS. DREWES 1969-1970
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D. A. "DING" DINGEMANSE
Ph. Off. HI 7-6359 Night Accident Reports HI 7-5334
635 W. Gulfbank Road Houston, Texas 77037
719 W. Mt. Houston Rd.
Houston, Texas 77018
Bus. 448-0229 Res. 444-7821
AUTO ' FIRE ' LIFE ' TRUCK ' COMMERCIAL
HIEDEN FEED STORE
THE LOG CABIN
Family Style Meals
14214 Eastex Freeway
HAPI BOY BURGERS
Dine with us in cool comfort or
we will prepare orders to go
HAMBURGERS - HOT DOGS
CHICKEN - SEA FOOD
430 W. Gultbank
Congratulations to the
SENIOR CLASS OF 1970
1821 Hopper Road
"Congratulations Seniors '7O"
KASPERLAIN'S DRIVE-IN WRECKER SERVICE
1341 1 West Montgomery
4479225 Anywhere - Anytime
Closer 'ro You
5206 Airline Dr.
McKNIGHT and LITTLE
17033 North Freeway
P.O. Box 9 Westfield
Complete H Fast
Firestone - Tires - B.F.G.
Conoco - Batteries - Delco
95 E. Crosstimbers Houston
Carburetion and Ignition Service
l6l West Road
Across From Aldine High
KREBS AUTO SERVICE
General Automotive Repairing
Sunday School Worship Service Phone 695-9425 728 W. Rittenhouse Road
8:45 10.00 Houston, Texas 77018
'KQV SUNNY - AJ
NORTHLINE SHELL SERVICE A G
Complete Car Care Center R L B
D A E A
N N T
KENNETH BRYSON 4324 North Fwy. D N E
CARROLL COOPER Corner of Crosstimbers S
and North Fwy.
HSENIORS OF '7O"
ave to get out of town
If it's past 2:00 PM you might have trouble getting traveler checks-or
HF I-1 even cashing a check for that matter. Well not anymore. Our TV
fU F Motor Bank windows offer full service banking a full ten hours every
Mm -I 1- Q day-from 7:30 AM until 5:30 PM-Monday thru Friday. Now you can
S it L conduct all your banking business when it's most convenient for you
1 3 -and without stepping out of your car. So if you need a bank late one
day come on over to the fastest draw in town-South Main Bank.
South Mann Bank
Modern Banking in the Heights
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HILO AUTO SUPPLY
I-II QUALITY L0 PRICE AND FARM SUPPLY
OPEN Sundays 9-3
Route 6, Box 614
4aoo N. shepherd ox 2-5141
WARD BROTHERS AND ASSOCIATES
12910 Eastex Freeway
Houston, TexaS 77039
Oakley Clinic US 59
Porter, Texas 77365
Air Conditioning Service
9175 North Freeway Houston 77037
8910 North Freeway 447-7040
CASTLE OF BEAUTY
Home of Creative Hair Styling
Specializing in Wigs and Wiglets
FAIRIS WILLIAMS l-lz STEMBER
Owner and Operator Operator
A SPECIAL NOTICE TO TEENS
DO YOU HAVE AN INSURANCE
A TQI' 1 PROBLEM?
If so call me "Ed" Winston
E. J. wlNsroN lNs. AGCY.
.qizs 635 W. Gultbank 447-6359 447-1062
RICHARD COMBS AGENCY
8920 N th Freeway 1415 South Shaver
at Gufgbcnk Rd. Pasadena iNsuRANcE-INVESTMENTS
HI 7-9213 GR 2-9459
Specializing in Mexican Food, 4001 N. Shepherd Office: 692-5961
Steaks, Chicken, and Shrimp Sl-'Ile 110 Home: 447-3049
Houston, Texas 77018
et, MI Phone: 447-9267
Bonds and Insurance Filing BRASHIER INSURANCE
INWOOD FOREST SHELL
Auto ,,. Fire - Life - Truck - Commercial SHELL TIRES AND BATTERIES - STATE INSPECTION
TUNE-UPS - BRAKES- MUFFLERS
EARL BRASHIER 1007 Preston QI Main DUB JOHNSON 7002 Antoine
Office 227-4989 Suite 214 Owner HOUSIOU, Texas
Home 621-5406 Houston, Texas 77002
8920 Jensen Drive Houston, Texas 77016
IVIORT ford HALLWC
SELLING TO MAKE FRIENDS - SERVICE TO KEEP THEM
coMMEnrlA 1. ITA rf BA NK
9420 JENSEN DRIVE AT TIDWELL ROAD f P. O. BOX 11007 f HOUSTON,TEXAS f 77016
"WHERE SERVICE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE"
We Feature Good and Choice Meats
B 81 W MEAT CO.
4725 N. Shepherd
OX 2-5249 OX 7-2844
ART WEDDING SERVICE
1211 Lehman Houston
JAY'S BARBER SHOP
Men's Hair Styiing
10706 Boumon Rd.
"ASK FOR ALLEN"
9800 North Freeway
JACK IN THE BOX
94 East Crosstimbers
TO THE GRADUATING CLASS
DAVE'S FEED 81 SEED SUPPLY
HI 7-1331 HOUSTON 812 Rocky Mount Dr.
ALLEN BRYANT - Owner
Feed - Seed - Fertilizer
Saddles and Leather Goods Houston, Texas
.IIM RICH MIS BETTY
HIDDEN VALLEY Y h BSA
HAIR FASHION C'
727 W. Mount Houston HOUSE OF WHEELS
HI 7-4373 Owner: JEAN SMITH Authorized 864-2539
Sales ' Service ' Parts 3511 Houston Ave.
RUSSELL 81 SMITH FORD
"Houston s No I Ford Dealer
BELLMAR SUPER MARKET
225 West Ccnino Rd.
Housfon, Texas 77037
508 Aldine Bender 15251
HAMBURGERS - MALTS
AIRLINE UNITED METHODIST
Compliments 165 wesf Road
"Seeking to serve GOD and MAN
under Christian Iove"
J. E. W. ALLISON
Sunday Morning Worship I I:OO A.M
Church School 9:45 A.M
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:30 P.M
Kong GEO. C. COX, INC.
NORTHLINE SHOPPING CITY
North Freeway at Crosstimbers
OX 2-6351 P.O. BOX 16348
BELLMAR BEAUTY SHOP
High Fashion Styling
ll3 E. Canino
ANITA CABRAL, HI 7-4031
We style wigs and hairpieces"
"lf your car has a
problem, call us and
RALEY'S TV REPAIR
We service all brands
of stereo and TV
3 T's BURGER BARN
Serving The Greafesf
Malfs and Burgers
439 W. MT. Housion
H 81 M FOOD MART
ZALES JEWELRY STORE
Minutes from Field Inn HI 7-2166
and National Field Apts. Hwy. 75
DANCE 8: BATON BEAUTY SALON
2l4 FM 525 "Complete Beauty Care"
6924 335 4479298 VONA ALEXANDER - Owner and EVENINGS
Operator BY APPOINTMENT
SANDY SNEDENCOR - Operator
Bill, forever in remembrance, Vicki
Mr. Donalclson's 4th period Texas History Class
For the love of God, Montresor
Good Luck Seniors in '71 - The Rottmann Family
Note: Mr. Weisinger - One tablespoon equals three teaspoons
The satin dress was a loser this time.
Mike K., thanks for the Prom, Always, R.R.
Geometry has beautiful relationships, second period, in Room 406.
TOOK: IN YEARBOOK SALES
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Roundup Staff at the
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Top row, left to right, Paula Fritzsching - Activities and Index, Donna Gay - Organizations and Sophomore Class,
Debbie Cermac - Academics, Melton Bynum - Organizations, Cathy Matthews - Assistant Business Manager,
Cathy Spivey - Organizations, Mike Mikulin - Sports and Photographer, Tanna Morton - Activities Editor and
Senior Class, Sandy Ward - Assistant Editor, Kathy Hickman - Freshman Class Editor, Becky Rottmann - Junior
Class. Bottom row: Becky Reich - Activities, Liz Spivey - Freshman Class and Organizations, Karen Neagle - Soph-
omore Class and Activities, Vicki Reynolds - Business Manager, Carol Ratclifte - Editor, Carolyn Byrd - Organiza-
tions Editor and Index, Caralisia Davis - Organizations, Mary Hill - Academics.
Top of Things
Top left: Corolyn Byrd writes cutlines for her pictures before
she sends them off to be cropped.
Top right: Georgi Greenhcw tries to find ci picture in the file fo
fit her loyouf.
Borfom left Becky Roffmonn Types the names of her bond sfu-
denfs on her finished copy.
Alexander, Marvin 172, 211
Allen, Carolyn 175, 211, 224
Anderson, Rebecca 211
Appleton, Jenni 175, 211
Armstrong, Lisa 165,68, 170,74
Atkins, Dorothy 37,165,164, 211
Bacala, Debra 65, 211
Baddock, Terry 211
Bailey, Katherine 223, 226, 121,
Bates, James 165, 1 01,4103, 105,
117, 77, 211
Bible, Robert 211
Bishop, Thomas 172, 68, 211
Bliss, Danna 225
Bostwick, Bob 17, 43, 54, 197,
69, 98, 211, 212, 228, 91, 89,
90, 87, 88, 152
Bowen, Larry 182, 211, 182
Bradshaw, Judy 211
Brown, Bobby 212
Brown, Michael 211
Brown, Theresa 36, 147, 69, 24,
91, 90, 138
Bryant, Glenn 117, 212, 121,
Buck, Danny 212
Burrisk, Don 165,100,101,104,
107, 108, 72, 127, 113, 77,
212, 230, 68, 70, 88, 128
Burtner, Elizabeth 24, 147, 68,
72, 59, 212, 136,129,153
Bynum, Melton 69, 145, 320
Byrd, Carolyn 193, 212,136,320
Cantu,Johnny105,106, 68, 212,
223, 183, 136
Cavalier, Lynn 50, 213
Cavazos, Maria 173, 172
Charanza, Shirley 172
Cheatam, Jerry 174, 172, 230
Childress, Kathy 204, 175, 225
Clark, Chris 213
Clifton, David 69, 213, 231,127,
Cochran, Bill 102,113, 213,136,
Cook, John 109
Cook, Kenneth 213
Cooper, Jeanette 213, 225
Copeland, John 69, 213, 89
Cattle, Douglas 116, 213, 129
Crisp, George 55, 88, 65, 91,
100,102, 104, 109, 213, 223
Davis, Caralisia 38, 20,175, 213,
225, 232, 320
Davis, Dan 68, 213
Davis, Linda 213, 162
Dean, James 213
Dessens, Lynn 66
Adams, Gayle 235, 145
Ainsworth, Donna 235
Anderson, Diane 192, 235, 190,
Anderson, Goree 182, 235, 182
Armstrong, Robert 235, 154
Atkinson, James 235, 152
Bailes, Debra 235, 188,136, 189
Baker, John 146, 235, 69
Barclay, Charlene 63, 192, 187,
235, 152, 156, 157, 184
Barlow, Jackie 199, 235
Barnett, Paul 107, 235
Barnette, Laurie 235
Barnhill, Elizabeth 235,144,145,
Bartkowiak, Rose Ann 235
Baumgartner, Diane 235, 145,
Dimarco, Carl 213, 182
Dorman, Debra 172, 213
Douglas, Phillip 182, 69, 213
Eckert, Diane 175, 213
Edwards, Barbara 204, 213
Elder, Carol 165, 213
Elliott, Sam 50, 165, 62, 214,
224, 136, 140
Ellis, Ronald 69,199,214, 136
Enloe, Mono 174, 214
Falco, Carl 182, 214
Ferguson, Thomas 214, 156, 152
Finch, Jamie 146, 147, 214, 226,
Fountain, Deborah 204, 205, 214
Frey, Kathy 204, 68, 214, 229,
230, 233, 79, 80, 74
Fretwell, Margaret 214
Fritz, Kay 143, 145, 214
Fritzsching, Paulo 204, 206, 38,
214, 233, 320
Fuller, Gayle 215, 184, 185
Garner, Troy 215
Gelpin, Fred 215
Gist, Charlotte 74, 204, 135, 56,
57, 58, 68, 75, 215, 222,135
Glowacki, Curt 215
Goodwin, Douglas 215
Goss, Ray 135, 133, 66, 69, 75,
Graham, Kyle 215, 231, 179
Grant, Stanley 50, 215
Hahn, Phil 55, 65,101, 100, 146,
116,113, 171, 215, 88, 128,
Halamicek, Mark 215
Hanks, Darryl 78
Harper, Gene 172
Harris, Darrell 215
Henderson, Phyllis 204, 205, 216
Hendon, Alvin 199, 216
Hewlett, Jackie 63, 69, 212, 216,
Hickey, David 52, 180, 216, 80
Hickey, Phillip 18
Hickman, Charles 216, 153
Hill, Linda 216
Hague, David 41, 199
Holmes, Vickie 173, 172, 216
Holton, Nancy 216
Honerkamp, David 216
Honerkamp, Glen 172
Hough, Lewis 65, 47, 117, 114,
Houghton, Lauren 180, 216, 220,
Hunter, Deborah 204, 205, 216
Jackson, Jennifer 165, 17, 216
Jarrell, Mary 172, 46, 68, 217
Johnson, Debbie 204, 175, 217
Kaminski,Alicei147, 217, 91, 90
Karr, Johnny 217, 207
Kayser, Sandra 217, 162
Kebodeaux, Pam 175, 217
Kelley, Laura 204, 205, 217
Kobell, Joe 225
Koniexzny, Sandra 204, 206, 63,
189, 188, 217
Kazielski, Lean 217
Lamberth, Lester 217
Lawless, Charles 217
Laws, Jackie 217, 161
Lazrine, Tonny 182, 105
Levee, Gloria 204, 206, 50, 217,
91, 89, 90
Lottin, Mike 218, 202
Lovings, Brenda 14, 189, 188,
Lucius, Deborah 204, 175, 218
Mann, Genevene 218
Martin, Donna 77, 218
Martin, Johnnie 218, 202
Mayeux, Cindy 225
Maze, Ricky 56, 133, 157
McDonald, Lola 134, 56, 132,
59, 218, 227, 228, 229, 68,
71, 134, 136
McAfee, Donald 164, 218
McCoy, Betty 218
McElroy, Billy 103, 123, 67, 113,
McLeod, Gloria 225
McLeroy, Riselea 174, 218
Meadors, Janice 218, 162
Meek, Curtis 218
Mikeska, Victor 135, 57, 147,
133, 69, 72, 212, 218, 139,
224, 227, 91, 90, 88, 135, 136
Miller, Paul 67, 218, 119, 122,
Milsaps, Cathee 180, 181, 68,
218, 220, 233, 80, 181, 136
Mitchell, Mike 180, 218, 80
Moore, Cynthia 164, 165
Moon, Larry 182, 218
Moore, Christy 165, 218, 231,
vtorris, Linda 204, 218, 227
vtorton, Tanna 204, 205, 206,
193, 219, 320
Munos, Gene 199
Muzny, Barbara 173, 172, 219,
Nave, Karen 165, 219, 88, 184
Niederhoter, Rebecca 219, 233
Becket, Tim 110, 235, 69, 74
Bell, Scott 45, 235
Bethume, Susan 235
Bible, Pete 235
Bradley, Deborah 236
Brady, Lynette 236, 175
Brown, Cynthia 146, 236, 68,
Brown, Karen 236, 162
Brown, Shirley 236
Burke, Guy 236
Burrisk, Steve 108, 147, 146, 123
236, 249, 74, 68, 90, 120
Byers, Robert 236
Bynum, Glynnaro 34, 236, 175,
Camp, Judy 236
Campbell, Sharon 192, 236, 243,
76, 138, 184
Carter, James 103, 106, 116,
115, 113, 127, 236, 243, 69,
Cash, Melanie 236, 138
Cavanor, Ronny 117, 236, 120
Cermak, Debbie 201, 200, 235,
236, 234, 74, 68, 320
Clock, Charles 236
Clifton, Dennis 236, 74, 68
Cochran, Harry 236
Coleman, Robyn 63, 236, 175,
Conner, Colleen 236
Corcorran, Bobby 199, 236
Corder, Gladys 236
Craft, Daniel 110, 236,248, 176,
144, 121, 123
Craig, Deborah 192, 236, 152,
Pache, Bert 182
Pagach, Pamela 219
Passini, Sherry 219
Patterson,James P. 56, 102, 107
69, 219, 229, 233, 127,192,
Paulson, Terrie 172, 219
Peake, Buddy 59, 160, 147, 68,
160, 187, 219, 91, 89, 90, 88,
156, 157, 152
Phillips, Lela 204, 219
Pierce, Becky 219
Pivonka, Cynthia 172, 219
Piwetz, Rodney 219
Powell, Lois 219, 162
Pratt, Michael 41, 199
Preston, Jerry 40, 202
Quintanilla, Doris 219
Ratclitte, Carol 91, 90, 88, 79
207, 204, 201, 200, 38, 147
69, 73, 219, 231, 320
Rawson, Bill 56, 132, 133, 68
Reider, Darrell 219
Reynolds, Vicki 219, 228, 91, 89
90, 88, 207, 201, 200, 147
Rice, Allen 172, 219
Riegel, Gay 220
Rigsdell, Steve 68, 220, 229, 79
Roan, Debbi 204, 220
Roberts, Brenda 162
Roberts, Don 170, 220, 120, 123
Robertson, Alton 220
Robertson, Randy 65, 104, 113
220, 88, 127
Robins, David 220
Ross, Jack 102, 103, 106, 220,
Rounsavall, Cynthia 221, 89
Roy, Estella 204, 15, 221
Royston, Cody 190
Rust, Jeff 129
Rushing, Cynthia 34, 68, 175
221, 203, 89, 162
Russell, Cindy 221, 155
Sanders, Larry 221
Schmidt, Jaymie 145, 221
Scott, Alice 145, 221
Sherber, Douglas 221
Shockley, Stanley 145, 221, 121
123, 124, 125
Simkins, Sharon 147, 69, 212
221, 91, 90, 156,157,153
Sinaik, Nancy 221
Snyder, Lee 221
Spencer, Tim 91, 90, 129
Spivey, Cathy 17, 43, 143, 144
Crowe, Mary 236
Danheim, Danna 187, 236
Daut, John 182, 236, 182
Davis, Bette 236
Davis, Candy 236, 152, 184
Davis, Darla 192, 170, 237, 136,
Davis, Diane 237, 148
Dewberry, Edwin 108, 237, 238,
138, 207, 120
Dillon, Lane 108, 237, 191
Donaldson, Raymond 237
Dotson, Peggy 237
Dowies, Jo Ann 237
Duhon, Willie 237
Dunn, Margie 237, 163
Ecton, Alan 146, 237
Edwards, Gail 158, 160, 192,
237, 190, 154
145, 77, 214,215,221,1C
137, 140, 320
Stehlik, Ruby 221
Stember, John 55, 64, 100, i
113, 221, 223,88
Stevens, Greg 221
Strickland, Kenneth 199, 221
Strother, Carla 147, 221, 91,
Swonke, Kathy 162
Swonke, Mike 221,231
Tautenhahn, Karen 221
Teague, Sandra 172, 147, 21
Terasaki, Matty 205,106, 222,
Terrell, Dianna 88, 121, 123
Terrell, Phillip 50, 55, 62, 51,11
222, 223, 233, 127
Thomasson, James 222
Thrower, Steve 222
Tickner, Vickie 222
Tillar, Suzanne 204
Todd, Beverly 222
Trapp, Beverly 222, 172
Truett, Leonard 101, 67, 68, i
222, 228, 75, 76, 91, 89,?
87,88, 121, 123, 74,138,1
Tupper, Mary 165, 222, 91, 5
Tuthill, Richard 222, 153
Walker, Dean 223
Walker, Janet 62, 143, 68, 21
Walker, Steve 147, 69, 223, 1
Walton, Carol 52, 145, 223
Ward, Sandi 69, 320
Ward, Steve 147, 223, 91, 5
Wells, Shirley 13, 223
Wendt, Danny 142, 144, 11
142, 223, 89
Whitaker, Robert 223
White, Cathy 143, 145, 224
Whitehead, Bruce 224
Whitehead, Wanda 224
Wilkerson, Rebecca 204, 69, 21
Williams, Barbara 204,206,1E
188, 224, 320
Williams, Cheryl 28, 69, 77, 22
Williams, Dee Ann 175, 224
Williams, Sherry 69, 224, 75,
Wilson, Debby 224, 230, 89, 1
Witt, Joyce 224
Woods, Diana 189, 224, 189
Wren, Jody 165, 225
Wright, Charlie 225
Young, Lewis 225
Youngblood, David 165, 1C
170, 225, 223, 88
Zaiicik, Nancy 16, 225
Zenzen, Pete 225
Emmons, Carl 182
Enyart, Ben 199, 238
Evans, Marlene 39,180,181, 22
Ferguson, Marleen 238,152,1f
Ferreri, Lisa 66, 170, 238, 14
Figueroa, Henry 132
Florence, Suzanne 132, 192, 2
146,147, 238,249, 118, 24
135, 69, 74, 76, 135
Flores, Ray 23, 147, 146, 18
Franks, Lorna 238
Fryor, Randall 238
Fulbright, Gail 63, 192, 69
Fultz, Connie 238
Garcia, Victor 146, 147, 18
238, 120, 123
Gardner, James 238
Gardner, Shirley 238
Garner, Dennis 199, 238
Garett, Cynthia 147, 238
Gates, Karen 147, 239, 136, 68
91, 150, 148,149
Gholston, Jeanine 184
Gist, Patricia 132, 133, 239,243
135, 69, 75, 77, 175,135
lGooding, Lynda 239. 234, 235.
Green, Brian 239
Green, Jennifer 239, 248, 176
Greenhaw, Georgi 201, 148
Greenhouse, Bobby 239
Grier, Tracy 239, 127
Griggs, Debra 239, 163
Grimes, David 239
Grimes, Sandra 239
Grounds, Sheri 239
all, Glenna 147, 187, 239, 68
1 152,156,157, 91, 89, 80
rlarber, Valerie 165, 239
Harris, Joe 110, 239
Harris, Julie 239
Hart, Jesse 147, 239
Harvey, Debbie 239
Hearn, Beverly 165, 246, 145
ein, Linda 239, 145
elms, Letha 239
Hensley, Vancene 239, 175
ester, Patsy 239
ickman, Kathy 147, 239, 320
icks, Bobby 107, 113, 239
ill, Mar 192 239, 234, 235,
238, 207, 320
ouse, Bobby 170, 239, 68
owton, Ronald 146, 172, 240
owze, Douglas 240, 202
uddleston, Danny182, 240,182
Hughes, Steven 199, 240
null, Tommy 240
unter, Trudy 240
lames, Debra 240
Adams, Alice K. 251
Adams, Craig 251
Adams, John 251
Albin, Michael 44, 251
Aldridge, Gelbert 251
qAlford, Sandra D, 251
'Allen, Mike 251
Andersen, Nancy 251'
Anderson, Alvin 251
iAnderson, Sheri 251, 265, 68, 74
192, 152, 156
,Arnold, Garry 25, 251
Atkinson, Theresa 251, 155
Austin, Raymond 111, 251
Baddock, Louis 251
Baker, Robert 251, 155
Ballard, Freda 251
Barnette, Doug 110, 251
Borringer, Lynda 251, 145
Barrington, John 24, 251
Bartkowiak, Harry 251, 127
Beard, Peggy 251
Beck, Charles 251
Beckham, Dee 251
Beckham, Mark 110, 251, 192
Behenna, Barbara 251
lBeken, Brenda 251
Belnolski, James 109, 251, 262,
90, 127, 118
Benestante, Beverly 61 , 251, 259,
Benitez, Joseph 263
Benge, Peggie 251
Berg, Carla 251, 184, 192
Bernelle, Forrest 251, 199
Bills, Edward 251
Bissell, John 110, 251, 256, 257
95. 69. 127
Black, Melinda 251, 148
Blackburn, Roger 251
Jenkins, Homer 199, 240
Jernigan, Jimmy 240
Jones, Debbie 240, 69, 163
Jones, Pamela 240
Kaiser, Beverly 240
Kelley, Barbara 240
Kirkendall, James 240
Kobell, Patti 240
Koehler, Debbie 240
Kreitz, Carol 172, 240, 189
Kristchinsky, Carol 240
Kwan, Kathy 240
Kwiatkowski, Roger 240
Laird, Terry 17, 241, 144, 145
Lane, Roger 178, 108, 241, 73,
Larson, Teresa 241, 234, 235
Leeder, Linda 192, 241
Letullier, Marie 241
Lewis, Mike 182, 183, 241
Lindgren, Paul 241
Lindsay, Jay 241
Loftin, Mike 40, 241
Lucas, Lynn 200, 192, 241, 234,
243, 78, 184
Luck, Elmer 241
Lum, Michael 241, 182, 118
Maass, Carol 162
Marshall, Billie 165, 241
Martin, Raymond 241, 127
Martinez, Alina 246
Mathews, Irene 192, 187, 241
Mattern, Larry 241
Matthews, Kathy 241, 320
Mcllveen, Richard 241
McKeehan, Rodney 108, 241
Mikulin, Michael 241, 69, 320
Miller, Gary 241, 182
Minugh, Kelvin 241
Mize, Robert 241
Moody, Debbie 241
Moorhead, Susan 241, 74
Morris, Jaan 241, 163
Morris, Susan 172, 241
Mullikin, Shena 241
Muzny, Doris 172, 173, 242
Neagle, Karen 38, 200, 193, 242,
179, 207, 175, 320
Nestlerode, Eleanore 192, 242
Nolen, Sandra 242, 175, 148
Norris, David 242, 145
Null, Martha 242, 16, 188, 118
Null, Marty 110, 242, 118
Okabayashi, Shirley 192, 242,
249, 247, 69, 184, 138, 91
Otter, Edward 242, 202
Overman, Vivian 242, 175, 148
Page, Michael 41, ,199, 242
Pate, Judy 242, 148
Patten, Carol 242
Patterson, Kenneth 242
Paxton, Pamela 180, 242
Peacock, Bradford 242, 129
Pena, Mary 242
Petty, Deborah 242, 163
Phillips, Esta 242, 163
Pilkenton, Jimmy 242
Poole, Raymond 172, 242
Powell, Richard 180, 242
Pratt, Robbie 242
Pratt, Shirley 242
Price, Debbie 180, 242, 188
Prince, Robert 242, 247
Pritchett, Chris 184, 68, 192, 242,
Quolls, Jessie 202
Raibourn, Linda 242
Raney, Craig 243
Redd, Kay 243, 163
Redonet, Laurie 180, 243, 154
Reglein, Teri 37, 243, 188, 175
Reich, Becky 243, 207, 320
Reneau, Larry 243, 234
Rhodes, Terry 243
Riddle, Dinah 243, 184, 154
Rigsdell, Cheryl 243
Risinger, Billy 243, 81
Rowlett, Lawrence 182, 183
Robertson, Alice 243
Rogers, Kathy 243
Ross, Gary 243
Rottman. Becky 100, 243, 320
Roy, Bryan 244
Russ, Sharon 147, 192, 244
Saenz, Aaron 40, 244, 202
Sallis, Sherry 244
Sanchez, Julian 244, 152
Sarabia, John 110, 147, 192,
187, 244, 234, 69, 138, 91
Schmidt, Amelia 16, 244, 10
Seely, Diana 180, 181, 244, 188
Selman, Walter 244
Sheffield, Cynthia 244
Shirley, Jeff 244
Siebe, Elaine 172, 244
Siebe, Randy 199
Silberstein, Terrie 244
Simkins, Charlie 244, 121, 123,
Simmons, James 53, 105, 108,
199, 244, 249, 247,141,127
Sinclair, Danny 244
Smith, Gary 244
smith, Kay 17, 147, 244, 74, sa,
Smith, Michael 244
Smith, Michael L. 199, 245
Snell, Penny 165, 245
Sommerfield, Jan 158, 159, 160,
Spangler, Rayomand 245
Spear, Edwin 245, 153
Spivey, Liz 200, 38, 245, 136,
140, 207, 320
Starvaggi, Joseph 45, 246
Steck, Lance 245
Stephenson, Diane 245, 238
Stevens, Allenda 245, 148
Stewart, Jaan 192, 245, 155
Stolp, Donald 245
Strickland, John 245
Sutherlin, Aaron 202
Blackstock, Kenneth 251
Bolt, Harry 251
Boliver, Billy 251
Bollier, James 251
Bolton, Regina 251
Boucher, Thomas 251
Bowen, Jim 251
Bowen, Lisa 251, 148
Boyce, Margaret 252
Brigance, Kerry 252
Brown, Ronald 252
Browning, Rebel 252
Brownlee, Debbie 252
Bryan, Bonnie 252, 188, 175
Bryant, Della 252
Burk, Brenda 252
Burk, James 252, 155
Burns, Linda 252
Buzbee, Kathy 252,192,90,184,
Byrd, Debra 60, 252, 267
Calfee, Kenneth 252
Camp, Kenneth 252, 259
Campbell, Gail 24, 61, 252, 259,
Campbell, Kathy 252, 145
Campbell, Mary 263, 138, 150,
Canter, Donna 252, 250, 150,
Carpenter, Deborah 252, 91, 90
Carter, Charles 252
Carter, Delton 252, 264
Carter, Ritchie 252
Casher, James 252
Cavanar, Donna 252
Cavazos, Yolanda 253
Chance, Verna 253
Chancellor, Mattie 253
Cheatham, Michael 253
Cherry, Aron 61, 252, 253, 259,
Chesney, Ellen 253
Christiansen, Milton 253
Christy, Cathy 253, 175
Clock, James 202
Cline, Joseph 253
Cobb, Raymond 253
Coker, Patrick 253
Coley, Carol 253, 192, 138, 90
Commiato, Nancy 253
Conway, Mike 199
Cattle, Leslie 253
Craft, Connie 253,264,150,148
Craig, Robin 25, 253, 90, 184,
Crum, Barbara 253
Davis, Deborah 158, 160, 253,
Davis, Brenda 253
Day, Cathy 253, 145
Deskins, Dianne 31, 253, 138, 69
Dessenns, Darrell 253, 267, 145
Dickey, David 253
Diehl, Arlene 253
Dietrich, Michael 202
Duffee, Jackie 253
Davenport, Pauline 263, 192
Enenga, Renee 253
Ellis, Brenda 253
Ellisor, Marilyn 253, 184
Englishbee, Susan 253
Englishbee, William 253
Enloe, Terry 253, 153
Fabish, Sara 253, 188
Falco, Lee 253
Falco, Margaret 253, 143, 145
Falconer, Sheree 253, 184
Farley, Catherine 253
Featherston, Ethel 253, 184, 148
Ferguson, Mark 253, 153
Ferraro, Darhl 253
Ferry, Carla 254
Flores, Rosie 254
Floyd, Gary 254
Fogle, Tommy 254, 192
Fowler, Sharon 254
Frey, Sandra 254, 192
Fritche, Doloris 254
Frost, Jack 110, 254
Fuchs, Allen 60
Fudge, Donald 254
Fulbright, Mariam 254
Fulbright, Pamela 254, 145
Fulton, Stephen 254, 153
Gains, Robert 254, 250
Gameson, Danny 254
Garber, Tim 254
Gaspar, George 254
Gav, Donna 201, 254, 259,173
69, 90, 207, 320, 175
Gholson, Gail 254, 175
Gilbert, Gerald 254
Gilpin, Debbie 254
Glover, Charles 254
Glowacki, Reyne 254, 148
Gonzales, lrma 62, 254,145,138
Goodrum, Deborah 254
Goss, John 254, 192
Goza, Mike 254, 145
Graham, Charlotte 254, 175
Greenhouse, Glenn 254
Grim, Gary 254
Gunter, Billy 254
Gurley, Wanda 254, 148
Swonke, Carl 199, 245
Tautenhahn, John 110, 245
Taylor, Jerry 245
Taylor, Donna 180, 245
Terasoki, Don 245, 234
Terrell, Kathy 245, 175, 141
Theiss, Alton 245
Thompson, Kathy 245, 175
Tickner, Darrel 245
Tillman, Randolph 245, 89
Trevino, Ricky 245, 190, 68, 145
Tupper, Kathleen 245, 69, 75,
Turner, Pam 165, 245, 184
Turner, Rhonda 147, 192, 245,
Turner, William C,
Turner, William D.
Van Zandt, Sharon 34, 245, 163,
Vernon, Robert 245, 145
West, Roland 246, 145
Wade, Cheryl 246
Walker, Teresa 246, 188, 175
Walstan, Sandra 246
Warren, David 199, 246, 141
Weaver, Stephen 246
Webb, Paula 246 Y
Weigelt, Barbara 246, 152
West, Charles 246
Whitaker, Ralph 246
White, Lynne 63, 246
Whitton, Marvin 246
Wilkinson, Randall 246, 129
Williams, Lynn 192, 63,152,156
Williamson, Sandra 246
Willims, Stephen 246, 155
Wilson, Ernest 246, 78, 129, 118
Womack, Richard 246
Wright, Debra 246
Zawacki, Beverly 246, 145
Gutierrez, Natividad 254, 154
Gutierrez, Oscar 254
Guyer, Carolyn 254, 154
Haddox, Lenora 254
Hagan, Clude 254
Hagan, John 254
Hariston, Rex 254
Hake, Bill 255
Hamilton, Riley 110, 255
Hanks, Karen 250, 180
Hansell, Ruth 255, 145, 90
Hardy, Terrie 255
Hargrove, Debra 255, 184, 175
Harmier, Donald 255
Harmier, Janis 255
Harris, Abbiee 255
Harris, Larry 110, 255
Haynie, Larry 255
Hearn, Beverly 255
Hein, Constance 255, 90
Hendon, Marion 255
Hendon, Mark 255
Herrin, Paul 255
Hill, Linda 255
Hill, Shirley 255
Hillman, Robert 255
Hoffman, David 255, 153
Holak, Davy 255
Holmes, Terry 202
Hoppe, Roy 255
Howard, Lynn 255
Huff, Clarrissa 255
Hull, Billy 256
Hull, Jimmy 256
Huntsman, Michael 256
Hutchinson, Steve 256
Jacobs, Cynthia 256
James, Denise 256
Janes, Vicki 256
Jenks, Ellen 256
Jester, Theresa 256
Johnson, Blake 256
Johnson, Theresa 256, 162, 163
Johnson, Walter 109, 256, 113,
Jones, Larry 256
Jordan, Jacquelin 256
Kaminski, Betty 256, 90, 192
Kayser, Cynthia 256
Keeling, Larry 256
Kehoe, Margie 256
Kennedy, Vickie 256
Keys, James 256
King, Blake 114, 115, 116, 69,
1 29, 1 17. 1 18
Kirk, Suzanne 256
Kocian, Janice 256, 175
Koepke, Russell 257
Koonce, Laureta 257
Kowis, Debbie 257, 175
Laird, Wanda 257, 52, 90
Landry, Rhonda 257, 145, 165
Lang, Lonnie 127
Lazrine, Patrick 110, 257
Lechinger, Terry 257, 69, 74, 110
Lewis, Cheryl 257
Lewis, Mary 257, 148
Lindrose, Brenda 257
Lisenbee, Brenda 257
Lockridge, Curtis 257, 182
Loggins, Autumn 257, 192, 148
Lucas, William 46, 257
Lum, Thomas 257, 118
Manning, Don 257
Marler, Alan 257
Marshburn, Deborah 257
Marshburn, James 257
Marshburn, Jerry 257
Martin, Millard 257, 165, 184
Martin, Steven 257
Massey, Terry 28, 257, 67, 153
Mattern, Doris 35, 258, 90
Matthews, Dennis 258
Maxwell, Toni 258
Maze, Suzanne 258, 192, 152
Mazzini, Luc 258
McLean, Terry 258, 184, 148
McAfee, Kenneth 258
McAfee, Patricia 258, 175
McCain, Richard 258
McCoy, Alan 258
McCulloch, Rebecca 258
McCurdy, Ted 258
McKnight, Betty 258
McQueen, Charles 258
McWhorter, Suzanne 258
Meadors, Eileen 258, 163
Mear, Shirley 258
Melchor, Susan 258, 89, 90, 192,
Menduniun, Kathie 39, 258, 180
Mickel, Kenneth 258
Miller, Sharon 258
Mills, Cindy 258
Mitchell, Donna 258
Mitchell, Mark 110, 258, 96
Mobley, Gordon 258, 154
Mantalando, Marilyn 258, 148
Montgomer , Mar aret 258
Moorman, Ann 258
Morgan, Karen 258
Mott, L rry 258
Mullen, Barry 258
Munoz, Dora 258
Murray, James 258
Murray, Kenneth 258, 28
Murray, Pamila 258
Murray, Terry 258, 155
Nash, Verna 258
Neel, Valaree 258, 184
Steven 258, 90
Nun, Hugh 258
oneii, Mary 37, 35, 259, 255
Parker, Cathy 259, 153
Parker, Lori 62, 259
Patten, Marian 259
Patterson, Deborah 259
Pavlaski, Leon 259
Pearce, Lilly 259, 262, 267, 192
Peden, Jamie 259
Pena, John 259
Peterson, Barbara 259
Phillips, Candy 31, 259
Pickles, Laura 259, 145
Pilkenton, Sharon 259, 154
Plata, Edward 110, 259, 138
Pope, David 23, 154
Pope, Kenny 110, 68
Pope, Suzanne 259
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Lorter, Mark 259
?orter, Patricia 263
'ruitt, Eddie 259
'ryor, Jennifer 259, 145
Dualls, Lois 263
Iaibourn, Raymond 259
lamirez, Juliet 259
lead, Kathy 259
ledd, Wendell 259
tedden, Donald 259
teed, Becky 260, 175
leneau,Janice 20, 260,177,148
lice, Andrea 260, 152, 156
lickenbacker, George 260
lidenout, Lucille 260
iegel, Marian 260, 178, 175
ife, Dennis 260, 90
iner,' Bobby 260, 165
ipple, Ricky 260
it'ter, Charles 260
owley, Geoffrey 260
oach, Pamela 260, 148
obbins, Jill 260
obertson, Kay 51, 260, 175
ockhold, Peggy 260
ogers, Wanda 260
omair, Gregory 260
senberg, Allen 260
unsavcll, Loretta 260
y, Candace 260
Adamick, Larry 269
Ainsworth, Johnny 269
Albritton, Charles 269
Aldridge, Cheryl 269
Andersen, Cheryl 269, 175
Anderson, Gary 110, 269, 180
Anderson, Linda 269, 154, 138,
Andrew, Connie 22, 269, 22, 148
Andrew, Vicki 269, 148
Andrews, Emmett 269
Anthony, Ronald 269
lppel, Monica 269
Arnold, Euell 269, 154
rudi, Rima 269, 91
yles, Richard 269
ailey, Robert 269
aker, Carolyn 269, 175
aker, Harold 269
aker, Jeanie 269
taker, Lenord 269
aldridge, Curtis 269
,allard, Charles 111, 269, 152
allard, Richard 44, 269
iarker, Lynda 269
arnett, Benii 111, 269, 118
larnett, Charles 269
larnett, Lawerence 113
larranger, Denise 269, 175
'arrett, Robert 274
arrett, Becky 269
arringer, Joe 269
,ates, Raymond 269,,155
'ates, Vicki 269
auman, Richard 269
aumgartner, Cynthia 269, 175
eaman, Dicie 269, 187, 91
-eaman, Trudy 270
eard, Pom 269
eken, Rhonda 270
lelnoski, Dorothy 270, 192
enestante, Linda 270, 175
ernelle, Mike 270
erry, Holly 270
ible, Kenneth 270
iivens, Mary 270
lack, Jimmy 111, 270,118,192
lack, John 270
ilack, Virginia 270
ilackburn, Pamela 270
lackstock, John 270
lackstock, Joy 270, 175
lackstock, Velma 270, 175
lackstock, Wanda 270, 175
lair, Connie 270
lakeman, Scott 270
Ianco, Joe 111
odin, Daniel 270, 123
olden, Jerry 270, 154
olton, Don 111
iowman, Barbara 270
oyd, Jimmy 270
Rutchi, Marvin 260, 265
Rush, Lucinda 260
Rust, Joan 260, 192
Salley, Scott 260
Samuels, Jack 260
Schaub, Johann 260, 165
Schon, Fred 110, 260
Scogins, Susan 260
Scott, Cheryl 260, 170
Seale, Sharon 261, 129
Seely, Vanessa 261, 168, 180,
Shinn, Gary 261
Shockley, James 261
Shook, Linda 261
Sims, Linda 261, 257
Sims, Sandra 261, 68, 74
Sims, Susan 261
Skinner, Kenneth 110, 261
Slavych, Anna 261, 164
Sligar, Wanda 261, 18, 90
Smith, Donna 261
Smith, Sharon 261
Smith, William 261, 117
Spallding, Gregory 261
Spardessa, Randy 261, 52
Spivey, Nora 261, 64, 267, 75,
69, 192, 153, 152, 156
Stanley, Danny 261, 109, 68, 74,
Stash, Susan 261
Stephens, Donald 261
Stephenson, Gary 261
Stewart, Stevan 261
Stewart, Susan 188
Stewart, Terry 261, 188
Stovall, James 261
Stratton, Vivki 261, 184
Strawn, Virginia 261, 145
Strickland, Gayle 261
Stringer, David 261
Stuckey, Dale 261
Subert, Paul 261, 91, 90, 127
Suske, William 261, 187
Swanson, Delbert 21, 261, 160,
Swonke, Nathan 261
Tamez, Raymond 261
Tanner, John 261
Tarver, Charles 261
Taylor, Michael 261, 192, 24
Teel, Mary 261
Terasaki, Pamela 261
Terasaki, Patricia 261, 148
Thomas, Alan 261
Tillar, James 261
Tilley, Sandra 262
Tinney, Paula 262, 175
Titel, Pamela 262, 160, 152
Torbert, George 182
Trapp, Candi 262
Trout, Karen 262
Tucker, Phyllis 262, 175
Tullis, Voiza 35, 262, 184, 150,
Tupper, Sharon 262, 175
Tuthill, George 262, 153
Tweedle, Jerry 262, 182
Vance, Terry 202
Vanek, Connie 262
Vaughn, Mary 262
Vernon, Janie 262
Waldrop, Richard 262
Walker, Donna 16, 263, 188,
Walker, Gregory 263
Walker, Sandra 263
Walston, Albert 263
Walton, Kay 263, 256, 257, 90,
Waltrip, Deborah 263, 192, 148
Ward, Teresa 263, 129, 192
Watkins, Gary 263, 203, 213
Watkins, Nancy 263
Weakley, Donna 263
Webster, John 263
Welch, Robert 110, 263, 192
Boyd, Sandra 270
Bradford, Olivia 270
Breazeale, Thomas 270
Brown, Alvin 270
Brown, Audry 270
Brown, Danny 270
Brown, Mike 270
Brown, Paul 270, 192
Brown, Preston 270
Brown, Ralph 111, 270, 154
Brown, Ray 270
Brownfield, James 270
Browning, Elizabeth 35, 270
Bruce, Larry 270
Bryant, Robert 270
Buck, June 270
Buck, Richard 270
Bunrow, Jane D, 269, 270
Burdeax, Becky 270
Burleson, Blair 270, 118
Burrtsk, Mark 111, 270, 282
Burton, Frances 269, 270
Bussell, Carl K. 270
Buxton, Ann 270, 271,138,14O,
Calvert, Fred 270
Calvert, Kurt 270
Calvert, Wilheimin 270
Camp, James C. 270
Cano, Steve 270
Carnes, Larry 271
Carrell, Ricky 271
Carstens, Kristine 271, 274
Carter, Deborah 271, 177, 175
Cates, Benito G. 271
Cavailer, Debra 271
Chance, Ronnie 271
Chilton, Ronald 271, 153
Clark, Dennis 271, 113
Claussen, Jimmy 271, 153, 156
Cochran, Danny 271
Coleman, Chris 271
Coleman, Bonnie 271
Collier, John 271
Compte, Ricky 271
Conway, Christain 271
Conway, Laurie 271, 175
Cook, Johnny 271
Cooke, Kathy 271
Cooper, Carroll 271, 111
Cooper, Robert 271
Carcorran, Craig 271
Carcorran, Deborah 271, 175
Corley, James 285
Court, Margie 271
Cox, Janet 271, 177
Crowley, Karen 271, 175
Cuellar, Renato 271
Curry, Dennis 271
Curtis, Adelyn 272
Daniel, James 272
Davidson, Caria 272, 148
Davis, John 272
Davis, Rose A.
Davis, William 272
Dean, Mary 272, 175
Deel, Joyce 272, 284, 175
Dement, Steven 118
Demny, Charles 272, 128
Demny, Gerald 272
Deville, Donald 111, 285
Diaz, Christine 272
Dobbins, Hazelanne 272, 165
Dodd, Sherry 272
Donner, Bruce 272
Dorman, Shirley 272, 175
Dotson, Deborah 272, 175
Dowles, Teresa 272
Dunon, Earl 272
Dunon, Merle 272
Duke, Anthony 272
Eves, Cheryl 272, 274, 192
Edwards, Steven 272
Ellis, Cheryl 272, 175
Ellis, Robert 272
Ellisor, Lynn 272
Englishbee, Mary 272
Evans, Janie 272, 175
Falco, Jan 272
Fancher, Richard 272
Fariss, Barbara 51, 272, 175
Ferguson, Laura 272
Ferrara, Cheryl 272
Few, Janice 272
Fishk, Connie 272
Hadley, Raymond 273
Hadley, Renee 273, 175
Hagood, Jean 158, 159, 160,
273, 152, 156, 160,138
Hamilton, Kathleen 273, 148
Hammond, Fraziet 273, 285
Hampton, Duke 273
Hampton, Sharon 273
Hanks, Janet 273, 180
Hansel, Harlan 273
Harper, Lizabeth 273, 180, 181
Harper, Michael 273
Harrington, Robert 274, 154
Harris, Carol 274, 175
Harris, Jerry 274
Harrison, Darrel 274
Harrod, Shirley 274, 192
Hart, Linda 274
Havens, Steven 274, 180
Hayes, Caron 158, 159, 160,
274, 69, 74, 75, 76,152,160,
Hays, Julie 274
Hays, Randy 274, 128
Hearne, Nancy 274
Heinz, Darlene 274
Helling, George 274
Hester, Carol 274
Hickman, Ennie 274, 192, 128,
152, 156,13B, 140
Hill, John 274
Hill, Sondra 274
Hill, Becky 274
Hoggatt, Renata 274
Hoisington, Robert 274
Holland, Steven 274
Holleman, Gayland 274
Holton, Beverly 274
Holub, Carolyn 274
Horton, Brett 274
Horton, Terry 274
Houghton, William 274
Hewell, George 274
Huddleston, Edward 274, 152,
Hudson, Stanley 118, 274, 278
Huenerberg, Phyliss 274, 175
Huff, David 274
Welch, Danny 263, 145
West, Johnny 263
Whitaker, Daryl 263, 23
White, Greg 263
White, Ricky 263
White, Ronald 263
White, Carolyn 263
Whittintton, Cindy 263
Wieghat, Margaret 263
Wiley, Bruce 263
Wilkinson, Sandra 263
Williams, Joan 263, 90, 153 156
Wise, Deborah 263
Wittenben, Calvin 263
Woodruff, Nancy 162
Woods, Mary 263
Woolery, Harold 263, 153 156
Wooley, Benjamin 263, 192 153
Wrtyford, Randy 263
Wright, Gary 263, 145
Young, Billy 263, 182
Youngblood, Janis 263, 175
Zadik, Joseph 263
ZenZen, Deborah 263
Gutierrea, Robert 263
Cochran, Danny 145
Smith, Billy 68
Garner, Randy 272
Garett, Karen 272, 192
Gauch, Chris 272
Gerhart, Lynn 272, 153
Gibbs, Sherry 273, 274, 175
Glass, Jerry 273
Gaza, Sharon 273
Gonzales, Guadalupe 273
Goodrum, Roland 273
Goodwin, Martha 273, 192
Gordon, Russell 273
Gotteberg, Sylvia 273
Graham, Beckie 273
Graham, Mike 273
Gray, Melodie 273, 154
Gray, Nancy 273
Green, Darryl 118
Green, Kathy 273
Green, Michael 273
Green, Susan 273
Green, Wanda 273
Greenhouse, Curtis 273
Greenhaw, Madell 273
Hughes, Brenda 274
Hughes, Kathryn 274
Hughes, Rebecca 274
Grier, Terry 128, 273
Griffin, John 273
Grimes, Judy 273
Grubbs, Johnny 273
lnglish, Michael 275
James, Voni 275
Jernigan, Zandra 275
Jernigan, Zuma 275
Finn, Nickie 272, 175
Fletcher, Anita 272, 285, 175
Fletcher, David 272
Fletcher, Lee Ann 25, 272, 285,
Floyd, Kenton 272
Fogle, Carol 272
Ford, Joseph 272
Ford, Kay 272
Ford, Lela 272
Foster, Sonia 272
Fowler, Robin 272
Francis, Gary 272, 113
Frels, Jimmy 111, 128
Gammage, John 272, 152
Garceau, Gary 272
Garcia, Jesse 272
Gardner, Elbert 272
Garner, Alice 272
Garner, Deborah 272
Gutierrez, Brian 273
Gutierrez, Robert 273, 154
Johnson, Aleta 275
Johnson Bobbie 275, 175
Johnson, Debra 275
Johnson, Michael 275
Johnson, Robert 275
Jones, Cynthia 275, 152
Jones, Eric 275
Jones, Janet 275, 69, 74
Jones, Kathy 275
Jones, Laura 275
Jones, Michael 275
Jones, Theral 275
Kaminski, Marie 275
Kapalski, Harold 118, 275, 1
Karr, Pamela 275
Kibodeaux, Charles 275
King, Frankie 275
King, Kenneth 275
Kingery, Michelle 275, 277, 282
Kirk, Bobby 275
Kirkendall, Karen 275
Kirksey, Helen 275
Kirsch, Theresa 275, 152,
Knous, Debra 275, 148
Koehler, Patty 275
Koehler, Vickie 275
Koester, Janice 275
Koonce, Sarah 275, 175
Kowis, Conrad 275
Kowis, Robert 275
Koxielski, Anthony 275
Krause, Debra 275, 175
Krizan, Michael 275
Labelle, Jackie 275
Laird, Rebecca 275
Lalanne, Rhonda 275
Landry, Deborah 275
Larson, Lennice 275
Larson, Vicki 275
Laws, Judy 275
Laws, Sandra 275
Lazrine, Helen 275
Leach, Kenneth 275
Ledbetter, Judy 275
Ledford, Debbie 175
Lee, Gary 275
Lee, Phil 118
Levan, Connie 275, 175
Lewis, Kathleen 275
Lewis, Lonnie 275
Lewis, Michael 275, 155
Michael 275, 155
Logan, Garland 276
Muzny, Mary 29, 277, 175, 148
Lotz, Diana 175
Louaillier, Richard 276, 111, 192
Lowrey, Terry 44, 276, 111
Lucadou, Glenn 276, 111
Lucas, Carolyn 276, 192, 178,
Lucas, James 276
Lucius, Julius 276
Lucius, Robert 276
Macey, Velton 276
Machos, Ronald 276
Maddox, Cheri 276, 175
Malcolm, Barry 276
Malloney, Kandy 276, 283, 152,
Mann, Norman 276, 175
Mantaoth, Donna 276
Marcantel, Randolph 276
Marler, Raymond 276, 180
iMartin, Lavon 276, 127
Martin, Miland 285
Martin, William 276
Mayfield, Teresa 276
Maynard, Norman 276
Mayo, Dale 276, 111
McAdams, Daniel 276, 155
McArdle, Linda 175
McCarty, Mary 276
McCauley, Robin 276
McClure, Alton 276
McCulloch, Edward 276, 110
McDaniel, Linda 63, 276
McDonald, Wendell 147, 276
McKinley, Gary 111
McKinney, Kenney 276
McKnight, Karen 276, 285, 192
McKown, Eve 276
McMichael, James 276
McNeill, Richard 276
McNemar, Linda 276
McPherson, Donald 276
Mear, Connie 276
Meazle, Vernon 276
Medcalt, Jerry 276
Meek, Allen 276
Meier, David 276, 111
Mieneke, Thomas 276
Melchor, Gloria 276, 192
Messer, Billie 276
Mikulin, Pat 118, 276
Miller, Debbie 273, 276
Miller, Vernon 276
Mills, Sherry 276
Milspas, Loretta 276
Mitchell, Marian 276
Mitchell, Randy 276
Mitchell, Sandy 273, 276, 192
Mize, Brett 276, 155
Mize, Stanley 276
Moeller, Barbara 276
Montgomery, Linda 276, 154
Moody, David 276
Moore, Carolyn 277
Mora, Clifford 277, 111
Morris, Frances 277
Morton, Preston 277
Mounger, Darrell 277, 111
Mueller, Raymond 277
Munoz, Ernest 277
Murray, Jacquelyn 277
Musil, Stanley 277
Musterman, Sandra 277, 285,
Myers, Robert 277
Nave, Delbert 277, 153, 156
Neely, Wayne 277, 154
Neville, Bruce 277
Nicholes, Thomas 277
Niederhoter, Betty 277
Nolen, Richard 277, 153
Norris, John 277
Norris, Kenneth 277
Nunley, Debra 277, 148
Nycum, Alice 277
l, Pam 277, 37, 138, 175
Offutt, Michael 277, 175
Ohern, Charles 277
Ohern, Mike 277
Oswald, Lori 277
Richardson, Rich 278
Richardson, Vicki 158, 159, 160,
Richmond, Tim 278
Ridgway, Lori 278, 175
Riggs, James 278
Riggs, Michele 278, 175
Roach, James 278, 192
Roberts, Keith 278, 282, 69, 74
Outlaw, Gary 277, 278
Overman, Richard 277
Parker, Allen 277
Parker, Janice 277, 175
Pagel, David 277
Pardoe, Georgia 277, 152, 138
Patton, Mary 277
Paulson, Richard 277
Pavey, John 278, 111
Peden, Donna 278, 175
Peek, Glenna 278
Peel, Joe 278, 111
Phillips, Denise 278, 153, 156,
Pickles, Laura 274, 192
Pitts, Milton 278
Poe, Kenneth 278, 74
Point, Steve 44, 278
Pollard, Kathryn 278, 175
1 1 1, 75, 128
Roberts, Richard 279
Roberts, Sheryl 279
Robinson, Michael 279
Rodriguez, Cynthia 279
Rodriguez, Michael 279
Rogers, Glenda 269, 279, 192
Rogers, Ricky 279
Rogiers, Charles 279
Rogiers, Steven 279
, Kathleen 279, 192
erg, Michael 279
Poole, Colleen 278
Poole, Robert 278
Roger 44, 278
l, Glenn 278
y, Debra 278
Prater, Jody 278
Mike 278, 111
Price, Robert 278 Q
Prothro, Pam 277, 278, 148
Quinn, Susan 278
Ragusa, Anthony 278, 153
Ramsey, James 278, 153
Raulston, Gerald 278
Rawlinson, Anna 278, 175
Ray, Linda 278
Reider, Kirby 278
u, Debra 278, 283, 175,
Rottmann, Rachael 279, 175
Roussavall, Michael 279
Rowe, Susan 279
Rowley, Leslie 279
Rubach, Henry 279
Rucker, Gary 279
Rummage, Jacquelin 279
Rush, Karry 279
Russell, Billie 279
Rutland, Edger 279
Rylee, Carolyn 279
Saell, Teddy Joe
Saenz, Deborah 279, 192
Saenz, Norman 279, 153, 156
Salley, Joyce 279, 192
Saunders, John 279, 111
Saxon, Danita 279
Scardino, Eddie 279
Schmidt, John 279
Schmidt, Richard 279
Scott, Carolyn 279
Seitzler, Doris 279
Self, Wanda 279
Serres, Sheryl 279, 148
Shiflet, Gay 279
Shiflet, Mary 279
Shoemaker, Michael 279, 192
Shook, Sharon 279
Shore, Sharon 279
Siebe, Marilyn 279
Simmons, Joan 279
Reneau, Mark 271, 118, 278, 74
Repka, Toni 278
Reyes, Linda 278
Reynolds, Drayton 283
Rhodes, Jennifer 271, 278, 283
Skelton, Raymond 279, 111, 128
Skipper, Diane 279, 192, 138
Smith, Barbara 279
Smith, Gerald 279, 111
Smith, Howard 279
Srnith, Kim 279
Smith, Sandra 279
Smithery, Linda 279
Spear, Geneva 279, 153, 156
Spradling, Joe 279, 111
Spurr, Trisha 279
Stacy, Chris 280, 192
Stagg, William 280
Stallings, Debra 277, 280, 192
Steck, Celia 280, 180
Stell, Teddy 280
Stephenson, Donna 280
Stiles, Betty 280
St. John, Carolyn
Stokes, Donald 280
Stolder, Jan 280
Stonesiter, Marlin 280, 155
Stowe, Pamela 280, 148
Strickland, Deborah 280
Strickland, James 280
Stuckey, Brian 280
Subrt, Dagmar 280, 25, 192
Sumner, Sheila 280, 192
Sutherlin, Barry 280
Swinney, Mary 280
Swayne, Milton 280
Swearer, Charles 280, 111, 128
Tomez, Mary 280
Tapia, Judith 280, 175
Tautenhahn, Paul 280
Tautenhahn, Karl 280
Taylor, James 280 '
Taylor, Julia 280, 175
Taylor, Sherry 30, 280, 68, 192
Teague, Sherry 280
Teel, Ann l
Teel, Cheryl 280, 175 l
Teel, Linda i
Templeton, Pamela 280
Terry, Stephen 280
Thames, Garry 280
Theiss, Karen 280, 74, 68, 175
Thomas, Aleatha 280, 175
Thomas, Daniel 271, 281 1
Thompson, April 281 J
Thompson, Jacquelyn 281
Thorp, Phil 281, 155
Threadgill, James 281
Tigert, Charles 1
Tigert, Mike 281
Tisdale, Connie 281
Tisdale, Robert 281 r
Tisdale, William 281
sworth, James 281
oke, Patrick 281
pping, Sandra 281, 192, 154
yapp, Glenda 281, 91
avlebee, Julie 281
'eadwell, Rickey 281
leadwell, Standley 281
'oian, Sharon 281
Jbbs, Gary 281
,icker, Janet 281
licker, William 281
irner, Michael 281, 111, 199
Jrritiano, David 281
fler, Cathy 281, 192
pton, Andrea 281, 152
nsickle, Mary 281
ndel, Richard 281
nickle, Michael 281
ssar, Jesse 281
assar, Pamela 281
assar, Peggy 281
aughn, Debra 281, 285
oelkel, Randy 281
lardworth, Cheryl 281
fadsworth, Sandra 281, 184,
lalcott, Donna 281
Volker, Alvin 281, 154
lalker, James 281
lalker, Kenneth 38, 118, 281
lallace, Barbara 281, 175
Jalton, Carl 281
lalton, Jeffrey 281
faltrlp, James 281
lard, Karen 281, 175
lard, Tony 281
larman, Freddie 281, 69, 74
fatkins, David 281
latson, Marty 118, 281, 111
ilatson, Walter 118, 281, 111
Watts, Deborah 281, 148
Weathers, Tonya 281
Webb, Jeff 281, 111
Wesson, Jimmy 281
West, James 281
Westbrook, Deborah 281, 175
White, Bernie 281
White, Dolley 281
White, Rodney 281
Whitehead, James 281, 128, 154
Whitsitt, Charles 281
Wiederhold, Deborah 281
Wiggins, Kenneth 269, 118, 281
Williams, Dave 281, 152, 156
Williams, Jahn 284
Williams, Mark 284, 154
Williams, Vickie 284
Willis, Pam 284
Wilson, David 284
Wilson, Delayne 63, 284, 143
Wise, Evelyn 284
Wood, Lee 284, 154
Wood, Lynell 284
Waoduft, Robert 284
Woolverton, Sherita 284
Wright, Cynthia 284
Wright, David 110, 284
Yearout, Michael 284
Young, Charles 284
Young, Janet 271, 284,152,156,
Zadik, Glenda 284
Zach, Rachel 284
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