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TUDENT ACTI ITIE
Student activities at AHS are many and varied so if a
student wants to be involved it is an easy thing to do.
One thing a student might do is join the band which is a
group who greatly contributes to the spirit and quality
of our school. Or perhaps, a student might join choir
which is a top quality ensemble that strives for ex-
cellence in everything they do. If neither of these
groups interest a student, then she could try out for
drill team or cheerleader.
If a student feels that these activities are too time
consuming, he might join one of the clubs such as
FBLA which is related to the business world, the FHA
which is concerned with homemaking activities, the
FFA which deals with agriculture related activities, or
the Literary Club for the literary minded student.
If a student is a junior, then he had better be
prepared to become involved since the juniors work
very hard in the concession stands to raise money for
the Junior-Senior Prom.
If a student wishes to get involved on a short term
basis, he might volunteer to be in a skit at pep rally. As
one can see there are many different ways to become in-
volved at AHS.
Upper Right: Beauty or Beast? Craig Hargrove and Stacy
Everett dress up as cheerleaders during a pep rally.
Lower Left: May I help you? The Junior class works at the
concession stands to raise money for the Junior-Senior
Lower Right: Sounds good! Band members Kari Jergins
and Kent McAnally practice for a half time performance.
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Upper Left: A Barber Shop Quartet! The Select Choir per-
forms at the Christmas Concert.
Upper Right: Would this impress Tom? Chris Palmer shows
the proper way to serve a hall.
Middle Left: "I canw but never "I can't,' - The varsity
football team huddles for last minute instructions.
Lower right: Julio himself - Jamie Deel sings a solo at
the Christmas concert.
Lower Left: Only a hop, skip and a JUMP! Gina Cunaca
spikes the ball.
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Upper left: "Ain't no one Gonna Break my Stride" The
Aledo crew comes up the stretch during one of the Cross
Upper Right: Touch Down! Bearcats are exuberant as the
referee signals the touchdown.
Middle Left: American Band Stand Here We Come! Band
members play at the Christmas Concert.
Lower Right: ls il as Incredible as the Hulk? Toby Watts
lifts weights as Jimmy Don Brown spots.
Lower Left: l-2-3-4 Smile! Drill team members prepare
to enter the field for competition.
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pirit Overflows at Aledo
Spirit at Aledo. It seemed almost too good to be
true, but with a winning football team and energy
unleashed, the school spirit came to life. There were
signs and screams, and finally the pep rallies were not
meetings of silence. anymore. Although the pep
rallies were held bright and early at eight o'clock
every Friday morning, everyone attended and the ex-
citement was incredible. 'Born to Win' was our mot-
to, and who could ever forget Curtis Hissam and the
football teamis inspiring rendition of the Bearcat
Chant? The varsity had an eight and two season, and
the first eight games brought impressive wins. The
senior boys even got involved at pep rallies by spell-
ing Aledo and Bearcats out on the gym floor with
their bodies. A Bearcat Trail sign was raised at the
entrance to the high school to mark four territory'.
Even the parents and friends got involved in the
festivities. The Ballingers took an active role in pep
rallies. They supplied us with the winning football
from Cedar Hill and a Victory flag to raise on the
flagpole. Mrs. Andrews, advanced art class stayed
busy by painting everything with the Bearcat in-
signia or colors. They painted 'Bearcat Pride' on all
the trash cans, 'Home of the Bearcats' on the press
box at the field, and a bearcat outside the team's
locker room at the football field. Mrs. Dudek and the
cheerleaders brought the spirit back to Aledo with
locker signs, spirit poems, and an all out effort to
restore the spirit we once had. That spirit was
somehow recaptured this year and helped bring the
fun back into football season.
1. Body Builders! S. Weekly, S. Everett, J.
Henderson, C. Gilliland, and T. Exman spell out
2. The name says it all! A new sign marks the
entrance to A.H.S.
3. Flying High! The flags at Aledo High wave
victoriously in the wind.
4. Victory Forever! Mrs. Ballinger presents a
victory flag to the student body.
5. Showing our Spirit! A poem by Kenny
Vanover decorates the entrance hall.
6. Busy at work! The advanced art class posts a
sign on the press box at the football field.
7. Crrrow! Matt Elrod and Greg Minter paint a
bearcat on the field house.
1. Seniors are the Best! Seniors enjoy the
hallway during Homecoming week.
2. A perfect 10! Scott Weekly dresses up as
a girl for a skit.
3. A normal every day locker! Mike Elrod
proudly shows off his decorated locker.
4. The Mighty Fighting Bearcats! Varsity
football team runs through the victory line.
'84 was one of the highlights of
the year. Homecoming was a week
long event with many fun-filled ac-
tivities. Special dress-up days were
declared including Western Day,
Crazy Socks Day, and School Col-
ors Day. On Wednesday there was a
Bon-fire which drew a large crowd.
Then, after school on Thursday
many of the girls decorated the
football players' lockers and the
Finally, the big day arrived. It
began with an 8:00 o'clock pep ral-
ly. Tlte gym was packed with Bear-
cat fans. The cheerleaders had
many special preparations in-
cluding many cheers, the introduc-
tion of the homecoming queen
nominees plus "the last minute en-
tries from each classf' and the
presentation of the victory flag.
After the pep rally the student
hody was so filled with spirit that
some of them even sprayed their
Then the climax of the day -
the football game with Ferris. The
Bearcats ended the day in fine
fashion by defeating Ferris 1 3-12.
1. The big moment! ,83 queen, .lill
Castleberry, congratulates '84 queen, Ellen
2. An enjoyable evening! Princess Michelle
Ingram smiles for the camera.
3. Bulletin board of Aledol The bon-fire
was announced in the usual way 4 by pain-
ting the railroad building.
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Toga party? Bill Waldrup and Todd Duncan
dress up in togas at a dance.
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Genius at work! Kim Flack, library aide,
checks in a returned hook.
Be a Part
of Your School
If you are the type person who
doesn't choose to be in band, choir,
drill team or a club, you can still he a
part of the activities at school. You
might devote your energy toward
academics taking advanced courses
such as Spanish II, Chemistry or Com-
puter Literaey. By your hard work
you could become a member of the
National Honor Society.
Some students might choose to be a
part of the teachers, aide program.
These students devote their study-hall
time to helping the faculty with many
of their clerical duties. Or a student
might choose to participate in a sport
such as football, basketball, volleyball,
track or baseball. Other students simp-
ly choose to take part in the social ac-
tivities. No matter what you do
become a part of your school in some
1 0 Opening
jlfscucha mel David Moore recenes assistance from Mrs. Seaman while the rest of the c ass
seems to be assisting each other.
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Quad-Paks, Techni Croppers, Grease Pencils
These names may not mean anything to the layman
but they are everyday tools for the members of the year-
book staff. The staff began preparing for the '85 year- details on the Senior pages ofthe yearbook.
book in .lune of ,844 by attending a three day workshop
at Tarleton State University. The staff members were
awarded honorable mention for their layout designs at
When school began in August the staff immediately
began planning the yearbook and raising money to meet
the enormous cost of publishing the GLedoian. The staff
sold advertising to area merchants, worked concession
stands, and sold carnations for Valentinels Day to raise
The ,Ledoian was sold on October 16, and the staff
was thrilled because more yearbooks were sold than ever
The staff is a close knit group of friends who spend
many hours of their time drawing layouts, writing body
copy and taking photographs of the many school ac-
tivities. In addition to the hard work, the staff has a lot
of fun together occasionally going out to eat or at the 1
annual Christmas party at Friday's. '
The search for approval. Senior Denise Lee and Mrs. Rowe work out the
Left to Right: Mrs. Rowe, Advisor, Terri Wylie, Mary Norris, Penny Green, Amanda Carlson, Lundy Palmer, Kelly Stafford, Mrs. Gifford, Assistant
Advisor. Seated: Jamie Deel, editor and Mike Doak, photographer.
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"Looks good to me." Terri Wylie looks through some old yearlmoks
to get some different ideas for the '35 Ledoian.
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ups! Amanda Carlson, Lundy Palmer and Penny
Last minute touch
Green show true dedication.
"Get to ether ever one!" The earhook staff takes a uick break from
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cleaning the concession stand to pose for a picture.
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Drum Major Deric Weiss
It may not look like much, but it,s got a lot of talent
hidden in it. It's the 1984-85 Marching Bearcat Band.
The marching may look easy, but it took hours of prac-
tice to learn the show. The Band started their practicing
two weeks before school started. They practiced music
from 4 to 6 pm, then they marched from 7 to 9 pm.
Along with the start of school came Monday night and
morning practices. All of this work just to support the
team and school.
Out of last year's group came many talented students.
In December 1983, we had three of this yearis students
make All-Region Band. They were Penny Green, Jamie
Deel, and Deric Weiss. In January 1984, we had six
students make All-District Band. They were Deede
Miller, Jamie Deel, Deric Weiss, Kent McAnally, Penny
Green, and Jennifer Marsden. UIL Solos came in April
1984. Four people played and three made First Divi-
sions which took them to State, held in Austin. These
three were Laurie Walker, Jamie Deel, and Deric Weiss.
This year the Band went to UIL Marching Contest at
the University of Texas at Arlington. Although the
Band got a Third Division., Feature Twirler Kay Haney
and Renee Pennington both got a First Division on their
twirling solos. This first division will send them to State
competition in June.
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On You Bearcats! The hand supports
the Bearcats by playing the fight song!
Rehearse, Rehearsel Many
hours of practice go into a
performance by the hand.
Back Row 1: Thresa Lohmann, Tracey Carnes, Kim McEndree, Gail
Schmidtzinsky, Holly Norman. Row 2: Michael Kszyminski, Kent
McAnally, Toby Evans, 'Joh Presley, Joey Paul, Richie Jones, Trisha
Brown, Tony Roden, Tommy Lochner, Brian Groh, Jason Weiss, Eddie
Horton, Jennifer Marsden, Patti Wahlstrom, Penny Green. Row 3: Becky
Mearns, Deede Miller, Amy Murphey, Sean Glazier, John Hancock, Scott
Harmening, Dana Wollaston, Keri Jergins. Row 4: Deric Weiss, Chris
Hankerson, Keith Hankerson, Jamie Deel, Kenny Vanover, Renee Penn-
ington, Cliff Joseph, Kay Haney.
Play that tune again! Band
y members practice a song for
Friday night's performance.
Follow the leader! Deric Weiss
leads the band on the field at
Flags: Back Row: Tracey Carnes, Kim McEndree, Gail Schmidtzinsky. Front
Row: Holly Norman, Thresa Lohmann.
Feature Twirler Kay Haney
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Officers: Drum Major, President Y Deric Weiss, Vice President - Tohy Evans, Secretary - Penny Green, Treasurer e Richie Jones, Band
Captain 1 Jamie Deel, Chaplain - Deede Miller, Librarians Y Becky Mearns, Keri Jergins, Equipment Manager 4 John Presley, Flag Cap-
tain - Holly Norman, Co-Captain - Thresa Lohmann.
Standing: Kay Haney, Holly Norman, Penny Green. Seated: Band
Sweetheart - Kim McEndree.
A touchdown! The hand cheers during a football game.
Cymbals Y Renee Penningtong Bass
Drums Y Chris Hankerson, Keith
Hankersonq Bells - .Iamie Deelg Snare
Drums Y Kenny Vanover, Allen
Wahlstrom, Kevin Hindermang Tri-
Toms Y Cliff Joseph.
Trumpets Y .loey Paul, Michael Kszymin-
ski, John Presley, Kent McAnally, Toby
Evans, Deric Weiss, French Horns Y .len-
nifer Marsden, Patti Wahlstrom, Penny
Green, Tuba Y Tony Rodeng Baritones Y
Tommy Lochner, Trisha Brown, Brian
Grohg Trombone Y Richie Jones.
Bass Clarinet Y John Hancockg Tenor Sax-
ophone Y ,lason Weiss, Eddie Horton, Alto
Saxophone Y Scott Harmeningg Clarinet
Y Sean Glazier, Keri Jergins, Lisa Gram-
mer, Dana Wollaston, Flutes - Deanne
Smith, Deede Miller, Amy Murphyg Piccolo
Y Becky Mearns.
Sth Grade Band
Row 1: Kathy Haney, DeAnne Smith, Kelley Crosby, Amanda Damron, Lisa Grammer, Jamie Thompson, Johnna Cline. Row 2: Steve Milton, Mike
Creighton, John Wells, Deanna House, Craig Hawley, Tricia Brown, Brian Groh. Row 3: Tim Huddleston, Lance Eason, Mr. Anderson.
This year the Middle School Band
was arranged a little differently. Each
grade had band a different period. In
the past the Sixth grade had one class
and the Seventh and Eighth grade had
another one. Although the Seventh
and Eighth grade hands didnlt prac-
tice together, you couldn't tell the dif-
ference when they played at the Mid-
dle School Pep Rallies.
The hands are planning on attend-
ing the UIL Contest in the Spring.
They also plan on going to Sandy Lake
in Dallas for a festival. Not only are
they working toward these goals, they
are also having fund raisers, along
with the High School Band, to raise
money for their trips and the High
School Band's Spring trip.
So you can see band is not all fun
and play. The members have to work
very hard to do the things they do,
especially Mr. Anderson! They really
appreciated all the support they
J , Th A d D received from everyone this year, and
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hope to see even more in the future!
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7th Grade Band
Row 1: Robbie Sheldon, Elaine Evans, Kimberly Burdette, Teresa Swor, ,Iuile Marquez, Lara Beverung. Row 2: Angela Segars, Christa Stemson,
Rachelle Wright, Richard Bautista, Jay Ruebel, Kenneth Savell, Robert Harra, Steven Horton. Row 3: Shailar Brown, Darryl Mclindree, Chad
Marlow, Courtney Pennington, Grant Lopez, Brian Tackett, Robby Wrinkle. Row 4: Kyle Brawner, Craig Carnes, Leon Stephens, Mr. Anderson.
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p 6TH GRADE BAN
Row 1: Cindy Wells, Vicky Rickard, Joy Speck, Nancy McVey, Lisa DuBois, Nicci Droste, Lori Fruit, Jennifer Devoe, Cherie Ainsworth. Row 2:
Stacy Crawford, Cindy Ashburn, Michael Savell, Kristi Russell, Gala Hecox, Joel Hancock, Nikki Blerins, Lisa Baker, Christine Hodges, Kyle
Beaird, Dan White. Row 3: Tammy Christian, Jennifer Jones, SuMi Taylor, Chris Freeman, Chris Jones, Gary Sides, Shawn Stevens, Chris Rogers,
Sammy Dudley, Scott Due, Michelle Frazier, Melissa Smith. Row 4: Mike Dohnisch, Marvin Walker, Kyle Baack, Aaron Stephens, john Glenn,
David Colson, Paul Tauchin, Robert Barker, Jeff Wade, Jeremy Tomes, Mr. Anderson.
Raise the baton! Drum major Deric Weiss directs the band as twirler Kay Precision Movements - Flag Corps member Gail Schmidtzinsky per-
Haney performs. forms a flag routine at a pep rally.
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Geme Kelly Chris
Robinson Young Palmer
Upper Left: Weebles might wobble but do
they fall down? Four AHS students dressed
up to participate in a pep rally skit.
Upper Right: Flying high! Varsity
Cheerleaders fly high together as they build
Lower Left: Hello, Mr. Ed! Stephanie Reid
leads 'iWe're No. In chant.
Lower Right: Who won the class yell?
Bearcat mascot, Lisa Hutton throws out
candy to the winners ofthe class yell.
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Upper Left: Practice makes perfect. Cheerleaders practice for
pep rally in the gym.
Upper Right: A motionless jump! Michel Ingram shows her spirit
as she jumps with enthusiasm.
Middle Left: Are you talking to me? Cheerleaders seem amazed as
they watch the action ofthe football game.
Lower Left: Friends are forever! Rhonda Ham and Chris Palmer
demonstrate the friendship that exists between the cheerleaders.
Lower Right: ls it Farrah, herself? Stephanie Reid practices a
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Debbie Davis, head
Kelli N oonkester
Kevin Widsor, Beau
Missy Smith, not pictured
Upper Left: Cheerleader Managers:
Amanda Carlson, Paula Holley, Noel
Upper Right: A huddle? Cheerleaders
huddle together to pose for a picture.
Lower Left: The Enthusiastics? .IV
Cheerleaders lead a chant at a football
Lower Right: How long can they hold
it? Cheerleaders exhibit their athletic
ability as they build a pyramid.
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Did You See My Locker Sign?
If you were an athlete, in the marching hand or on
the drill team, you announced this to the school with
locker signs Qwhich included your title, position or in-
strumentj made by the cheerleaders. Locker signs were
one of the jobs six varsity and five junior varsity fone
junior varsity member moved to Michigan in
Novemberj cheerleaders had in addition to coordinating
pep rallies, making uncountable spirit signs and cheer-
ing at all the games.
Cheerleaders prepared for their jobs with a week at
SMU's cheerleading camp in August. There, the varsity
won two superior, three excellent and one good ribbon,
the junior varsity won one superior, three excellent and
two good ribbons. Before school started, they practiced
two weeks, during school, practice time averaged at
least three hours per day.
The groups raised money for pep rallies, spirit signs
and anything else needed to keep spirit up by selling ads
for the high school football programs. They then sold
the programs at the varsity games.
Mrs. Paula Dudek, sponsor, said the cheerleaders plan
a cheerleading clinic for grades one through eight in
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Upper left: A is for Aledo
High: JV Cheerleader Missy
Smith does a pom pom
routine to the school song.
Upper right: Born to Win!
JV Cheerleaders Debbie
Davis, Sammie Lynch, and
Kelli Noonkester paint a sign
to hang in the gym for a pep
Lower Left: Col Fight! Win!
Sammie Lynch is caught in
action during a cheer.
Lower right: Who said
everyone is perfect?
Cheerleaders show their
knowledge of the cheers.
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Junior High Cheerleaders
Upper Left: All together now! Jr. High cheerleaders show
their skills as they perform a cheer.
Upper Right: Clap your hands! Cheerleaders Leslee Menzies
and Paula Brown lead a chant at pep rally.
Lower Ri ht: Higher and higher! Jr. high cheerleaders h
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A Volunteer? Cheerleaders recruit volunteers from
the student body. V for Victory! Cheerleaders lead the
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Junior High Pep Squad
lst Row: M. Ballinger Y Capt., ,l. Warlick, S. Patterson, L. Gunter, K. Kiper f Pres., L. Smart - Vice-Pres., D. Ray - Lt., K. Brown - Lt.,
T. Cochran - Lt. 2nd Row: W. Burkholder, N. Zimmer, T. Brown f Treasurer, J. Exman f Lieut., L. Blue., R. Castleshouldt, C. Garcia -
Secretary, L. Brown. 3rd Row: K. Holder, S. Sanders, M. Walker, L. Beverung, S. Jackson, A. Segars, S. Moore, B. Sweetland, T. Swor. 4-th Row:
K. Heuring i Lieut., S. Davis, D. Gordon, J. Camargo, L. Credeur, J. Marquez, H. Harriman. Not Pictured: D. Ford, K. Burdette, D. Smith, and
The middle school pep squad is an organization of lockers, cheering at all of the games, and by just giving
girls in the 7th or 8th grade. These girls support the and having the spirit and charm to boost the boys to vic-
junior high football teams by decorating the players' tory. Karla Kiper was the president this year.
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Select Choir Council: Back Row: .lohn Corr - V. Pres., Jerry Robin-
son - Fund raiser chairman, Dodd Meadows - President. Front
Row: Andrea Tuner - Publicity, Tia Young - Publicity, Dahna
Clark A Secretary.
Select Choir: Seated: Mrs. Howard. Row 1:
Julie White, Galena Parenica, Dahna Clark,
Melissa Smith, Andrea Turner. Row 2: Dodd
Meadows, Stephanie Varuska, .lulia Her-
r: :1.f'1 gg., nandez, Tia Young, Elizabeth Belt, Genie
3 .-:.1'-' .:'-. R obinson, Holly Norman, Debbie Jordan,
John Corr. Row 3: Jamie Deel, Randall
Grissom, .lerry Robinson, Toby Evans, Dar-
For the first time, the choir members at AHS found
themselves trying outl The numbers in choir had grown so
large that the choir had to be divided. The HSelect Choiri'
began in August when auditions for this group were held.
The Select Choir is now the performing choir and per-
formed at many events including UIL contest, the TCJC
Choir Festival fthe only 3A choir invitedj and several
The choir held the Second Annual Choir Follies which
consist of individual and group performances in a variety
of talent divisions plus choral group selections. Also, the
choir produced a mini-musical for the first time this year.
The choir conducted a very successful selling campaign
to help defer the expenses for some of their performances.
The choir has many talented members among them
Crystal Shankel who received a one hundred dollar award
to apply to the college of her choice and Jamie Deal who
was selected to the All-District Choir. The senior members
sang at the Senior pep rally and at Baccalaureate.
The choir members work very hard and spend several
months preparing for each of their special performances.
Row 1: Mrs. Howard, C. Gravette, S. Rutledge, K. Gardner, K. Jungers, M. Hoff-
man, C. Jordan, T. Wylie. Row 2: L. Bell, M. Dunn, K. Keen, G. Maples, H. Riney,
L. Beal, K. Castleberry, A. Roberts, K. Harmening, J. Kszuminski. Row 3: P.
Adkins, M. Harris, S. Grant, L. Dugan, S. Smith, K. Jarvis, D. Jordan, K. Tackett, E.
Belt, K. Thouvenel, D. Rubenkoenig. Row 4: L. Walls, R. Box, R. Beene, T. Roden,
B. Kennemur, G. Jackson, M. Elrod, B. Steed, J. Paul, P. Coleman.
We wish you a Merry Christmas! The concert choir joins the select choir for the
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Concert Choir Council: Back Row: Christie Jordan, Pres.,
Mike Elrod, Publicity, Kelly Keen, Publicity. Front Row:
Debbie Jordan, Fund raiser chairman, Missy Dunn, Vice
Songs of ghosts and goblins - A first for the choir this year was their per-
formance at the Halloween Carnival.
Do, re, mi . . .l One of the select choir's many performances this
year was for the PTO Christmas assembly.
Front Row: Mrs. Howard, A. Matarese, D. White, L. Blue, S. Sanders, C. Joyner, R. Castleshouldt, K. Brown, A. Dunn. Row 2: C. Garcia, D. Stahl,
N. Zimmer, T. Gardner, A. Dollar, T. Cochran, S. Stuard, F. Holloway. Row 3: C. Demby, M. Ross, K. Carter, S. Rivenburh, A. Jarvis, D. Ken-
nemur, L. Gunter, C. Littlejohn,
, Qin The seventh and eighth
f1VL S grade choirs had a very
ii m'5,l: successful and busy year.
They spend many hours of
hard work preparing for
their Christmas concert.
Later in the year they pro-
duced a 'GTeen', musical
and attended the Sandy
Lake competition along
with the sixth grade choir.
" Row 1: J. Williams, R. Braly, R.
Bow, T. Woods, P. Allen. Row 2:
T. Holloway, S. Cargill, K.
Gunter, Mrs. Howard, K. Class,
S. Maness, S. Smith.
Row 1: K. Gardner, S. Montgomery, M. Hex, S. May, T. Gomez, K. Page, J. Bedwell. Row 2: H. May, P. Bagwell, K. Noonkester, B. Towles, C.
Stoorza, B. McGrath, I. Nelson, C. Coleman, Mrs. Howard. Row 3: M. Brewer, M. Gardner, C. Bassler, A. Childress, R. Garmon, N. Kang, M. Hill.
Row 4: C. Blanton, D. Woods, S. Childs, S. Duncan, C. Douglas, H. Bishop, D. McKenzie.
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The 1984-85 Highsteppers had a very successful
year. The drill team members attended camp at
Southern Methodist University in June where they
were taught many of the routines that they performed
at pep rallies and football games. Then in August the
girls began to practice two weeks before the start of
school in order to be prepared for their first
The Highsteppers is composed of sixteen very
talented young ladies. They have received numerous
blue ribbons at camps and clinics. Six of the girls -
Galena Parenica, Laurie Christian, Patty Neal, Judith
Sanchez, Tia Young, and Ellen Palmer - were selected
from girls all over the state to perform at the Bluebon-
net Bowl in Houston. Also, the entire group was invited
to perform at Reunion Arena in December.
In addition to the many hours of hard work devoted
to perfecting dance routines, the drill team members
conducted money raising projects to help pay some of
the many expenses involved with being in drill team.
This year they held several raffles giving away dinner
tickets and a Cabbage Patch doll from Germany.
How is it Steph? Stephanie Varuska, Aledo Highstepper, enjoys a
sucker during lunch.
Top Row, L to R: G. Parenica, L. Christain, E. Belt, S. Robinson, K. Jones, S. Varuska. Middle Row: L to R: P. Neal, J. Wade, E. Palmer - Lt., T.
Young Y Capt., L. Martin Y Co-Capt., V. Littlejohn, J. Sanchez. Bottom Row, L to R: C. Jordan, A. Turner - Lt., D. Butler.
32 Drill Team
Top Left: One more time! Highsteppers
practice routines for pep rallies and games.
Middle Left: Oh, these dentures! Drill team
member, Christie Jordan, chats in the hall
during passing period.
Middle Right: Hut 2-3-4. Highsteppers line
up and march off the floor with a little help
from their captain, Tia Young.
Lower Left: Here We Go Again! Drill team
girls show their special abilities as they stand
on the football field for another day of
Lower Right: Look at those legs! Officers
of the Highsteppers line up in preparation
for a halftime performance.
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Officers: T. Wylie A Sec., T. Young - V.P., M. Holley - Pres., P. Stavens -
Treas., J. Deel - Hist., C. Jordan - Reporter, D. Lee - Parl.
First Row: K. Young, T. Wylie, C. Jordan, T. Young, M. Holley, P. Stavens, J. Deel, T. Born, R. Pennington. Second Row: C. Robinson, S. Robin-
son, Mrs. Scott, K. Gardner, L. Bell, K. Flack, E. Bills, M. Ingram, L. Martin, M. Hoffman, V. Ford, S. Burton, M. LaVigne. Third Row: R.
Wilkins, T. Dennington, J. Knoppel, S. Rainer, A. Dunn, T. Bell, J. Wade, S. Norman, K. Keen, K. Thouvenel, C. Hornick, C. Gravette, H. Nor-
man. Fourth Row: P. Green, L. Christian, K. Boutwell, S. Tockey, B. Baker, M. Norris, L. Barclay, M. Gartman, J. Griffin, G. Murphy. Fifth
Row: K. Haney, K. Stafford, S. Varuska, K. Hancock, B. Kennemur, D. Kesterson, F. Neve, V. Littlejohn, D. Butler, J. Sanchez, A. Ray, D.
The Older and Wiser gives advice to the younger. Stacey Everett
and Mike Youngers sit and converse before the installation dinner.
The Aledo Chapter of Future Business Leaders
of America is the fastest growing club on campus.
This year there are fifty-nine members. FBLA
holds monthly meetings and normally is involved
in some type of project. In October the meeting
was at the Old Spaghetti Warehouse for the
installation of officers. Also, in October the
FBLA members were involved in selling lace
picture frames for one of their money-making
projects. In November they sold Canisters 'n
Corn. The money from the fund-raisers is used
for chapter operating expenses and for the state
leadership conference. Another activity was the
creation of Free Enterprise appreciation notices
which were included in all December statements
from the Aledo State Bank. The service project
for the year began in March which consisted of
making buttons for pre-school children in case
they are lost.
The Outstanding Project Report, written
mainly by Michel Ingram, describing the
chapter's fingerprinting project won first at
district and state and fifth place tout of over 100
reportsj at the national level. Members attended
the area workshop in October and the state
conference in March. The motto HGetting
Involvedii truly fits the organization.
I hear Congratulations are in order! Mrs. Ingram accepts a cer-
tificate from FBLA president Mike Holley.
Upper Left: Bekins? David Hale, Keith Riney, and James Williams carry
a door to be refinished into the VoAg Shop.
Upper Right: Show and Tell. Darrin Young demonstrates the metal cut
Lower Left: Sanders of America. Buddy Smith sands a shelf while Steve
Blair looks on.
uture armers of merica
The local chapter of the Future Farmers of America
has traditionally been a very strong and active organiza-
tion at Aledo, and this year has been no exception. The
officers traveled to New Mexico for a week long meeting
to plan the activities for the year in June. In July, they
attended the State FFA Convention in Lubbock where
they won the National Superior Chapter Award.
Despite the new state laws, the FFA members par-
ticipated in several livestock shows including the Parker
County, the State Fair, the Fort Worth, Houston, and
San Antonio shows.
The FFA members have also received many in-
dividual and team honors during the year. Tim Soules
was elected District Treasurer. Three judging teams -
Dairy Products, Poultry, and Dairy Cattle - went to
state. At the District Leadership Contest five out of the
seven attending placed.
Some other activities for the FFA included sponsor-
ing a Hunter Safety course, hosting a district meeting,
attending the National FFA Convention in Kansas City,
and selling fruit, turkeys and sausage in December for
their major moneymaking project. Phil Bradford and
Jack DeShazo, FFA sponsors., have done an excellent job
in directing all of the activities.
Jon Henderson 7 Reporter
Brandon Hyles - Secretary
David Hale - Treasurer
Tim Soules - President
Lisa Hutton f Sweetheart, Advisor
Shane Binion - Sentinel
Keith Riney - Vice President
Perry Coleman - Reporter
Kris Castleberry - Secretary
Losinda Beal - Treasurer
Todd Firkins - President
Matt Dehnisch - Sentinel
Jerrod Dixon - Advisor
Craig Hargrove - Vice-President
lst Row: Mr. DeShazo, S. Taliaberro, C. Rubenkoenig, C. Huffman, T. Roden, J. Henderson, B. Hyles, T. Soules, D. Hale, L. Hutton S. Binon, K.
Riney, J. Robinson, R. Brown, A. Aguilera, Mr. Bradford. 2nd Row: J. Pinkston, J. Goforth, M. Dehnisch, T. Parish, T. Garvey, B. Jordan, C.
Gilliland, D. Young, L. Beal, K. Castleberry, C. Hargrove, A. Gibson, J. Jones, K. Thouvenel, K. Williams, G. Murphy. 3rd Row: S. Young, J.
Lopez, S. Dugan, M. Koldin, L. Christian, S. Varuska, K. Stafford, D. Ames, T. Firkins, Z. McGlinchey, R. Mitchell, J. Wright, M. Coupland, R
Chenoweth, M. Densmore, W. Ford. 4-th Row: C. Dempsey, R. Brake, B. Brown, T. Miller, T. Parish, S. Stellar, K. McBrayer, J. Dixon, K. Whit-
mire, S. Kirkwood, R. Walker, D. Bagwell, M. Kuykendall, B. Prince. Sth Row: A. Grisson, T. Evans, E. Rodriguez, K. Sewell, G. Richardson, J.
Schmidt, Ford, K. McAnally, C. Joseph, S. Glazier, J. Williams, S. Firkins, B. Smith, S. Blair, J. Thompson, D. Gritz.
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lst Row: G. Schmidtzinsky, K. Jones, C. LaVigne, A. Ray, D. Clark, P. Stavens, T. Lohmann, D. Kuehl, A. Turner, L. Martin, J. Sanchez. 2nd
Row: T. Dunlap, C. Hissam, C. Gilliland, G. Wathen, L. Hutton, K. Hinderman, S. Weekly, S. Reid, H. Norman, J. Hernandez. 3rd Row: D. Duf-
fey, B. Mearns, G. Robinson, S. Norman, J. Wade, K. Boutwell, L. Christian, C. Marquez, S. Thompson. 4th Row: P. Wahlstrom, C. Hensley, R.
Wilkins P D Davis D Jordan, S Lynch, N. Stevens J. Lee, S. Cacy. 5th Row: A. Gibson, T. Barclay, J. Jones, H. Riney, S. Wollaston, J.
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The FHA is one of the most active organizations on
campus. The members have had a very busy and rewar-
ding year. All the planning began in June when the of-
ficers attended a workshop where plans for the entire
year were made implementing the year's theme, 'LReach
for the Starsf'
The monthly meetings began in August with a pro-
gressive dinner with everyone dressing as a different
star. ln September the new members were invited to the
informal initiation with the theme being outerspace. In
October the formal initiation was held at Ridglea Coun-
try Club. The first meetings had been mostly fun, but in
November the meeting took a more serious note as
members of S.A.D.D. fStudents Against Drunk Drivingj
conducted the meeting. Of course, December brought
Cindy LaVigne, 3rd VP of Projects, Angie Ray,
lst VP of Program, Dahna Clark, President,
Phillip Stavens, Beau, Theresa Lohmann, 2nd
VP of Encounter, Kathy Jones, 5th VP of
Publicity, Judith Sanchez, Social Chairman,
Lisa Martin, Historian, Gail Schmidtzinsky,
Treasurer, Donya Kuehl, 4-th VP of Recreation,
Andrea Turner, Secretary.
the annual Christmas party at Cindy LaVigne's home.
One of the big events of each year is Daddy's Date
Night. This took place at Mr. Catfish in February.
March brought FHA week and the election of officers
for the next year. The area meeting in Stephenville and
the state meeting in Houston took place in April in addi-
tion to the Grandmothers' Tea and the Encounter
Awards. The last monthly meeting in May was the tradi-
tional farewell to seniors.
The FHA is sponsored by Mrs. Linda Hailey and Mrs.
Ann Reagan who are both very active in the local
chapter and area and state activities. Mrs. Reagan
retired at the end of this year and her hard work and
devotion to FHA will be missed by everyone connected
with the organization.
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I told you to stay with me at all times! Senior Dahna Clark brings her
mother to the FHA installation banquet.
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Bradley, Chris Gibson, Jodie McDonald, Donisha Huddleston, Amanda Carlson, Kim Tackett, Kathy Harmening, Holly Norman, Julia Hernandez,
Jamie Deel, Deric Weiss, Charlie Hornick, Mary Norris, Shannon Norman, Marion Koldin, Mike Holley, Genie Robinson. Third Row: Paula
Holley, .lonnye Roa, Debbie Jordan, Charlotte Hornick, Kelly Keen, Cindy LaVigne, Theresa Lohman. Bottom Row: Gina Cunaca, Ellen Palmer,
The Literary Club was under the direction of a new
sponsor this year, Mrs. Brenda Bradley. The Literary Club
met early in the school year to elect officers and make
plans for a busy year. The purpose of the Literary Club is
to explore cultural ideas such as reading and discussing
literature, attending the theater and visiting museums. For
one field trip, the members visited several museums in Fort
Worth and ended the day by eating out. The club also had
several meetings before school so the members could share
reading experiences or personal writing. Poetry is a
favorite literary form of many of the members so there is
always an original poem available for reading. wp
Stavens wrote a poem about the football team that became
Mite of everyone. The Literary Club provided many
cultural opportunities for its members.
Officers Q Left to Right: V.P. Y Eddie Bills, Secretary Y Stephanie
Reid, and President f Stacey Everett.
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Aledo High School students participated in a UIL
practice meet February 16, at Bridgeport High School.
This meet was used to prepare contestants for District
and State UIL meets. From the first practice meet the
following awards were won:
Ready Writing - Amanda Carlson lst
Feature Writing - Paula Adkins 3rd
Headline Writing f Randy Brown 3rd
Science - Parnell McGlinchey 4th
Dell Young 6th
Curtis Hissam 8th
David Moore 9th
Spelling - - Traci Barclay 12th
'iTo be or not to be . . ."' Jeanette Lee practices for poetry reading.
Number Sense f Amanda Carlson 13th
These and other contestants attended a practice meet
for math and science at Springtown on March 2. They
also planned to attend more meets before the District
Meet in March and the State Meet in April.
Each activity was sponsored by a teacher who met
with her participants at certain times before the con-
tests. This time was spent on tutoring and critiquing
their contestants. Two new categories were added for
Literature and Accounting this year.
As an extra reward for the participants, a dinner was
given after the District Meet in March.
Be sure to include a headline. Joey King, Paula Adkins, and Carla Smith
prepare to participate in a Journalism contest.
Exciting info! Participants isten carefully as they are told about the
B. Chase, F. Neve, T. Young, D. Jordan, J. King, C. Stefanik, A. Gibson, J. Roa, N. Stephens, P
P. McGlinchey, K. Young, A. Carlson, M. Holley, D. Moore, D. Young, B. Brown
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1stRow: C. Gravette, B. Mearns, J. Lee, A. Roberts, T. Roden, D. McGinnis, J. Lopez, N. Stephens, J. Roa, A.
Carlson. 2nd Row: S. Tockey, G. Schmidtzinsky, C. Smith, C. Smith, P. Adkins, J. King, R. Brown, M. Holley,
D. Weiss, M. Norris, P. Holley, E. Belt
The National Honor Society is an organization for
those who maintain high academic standards. Students
are selected for membership by approval of administra-
tion and faculty in areas of citizenship, service, leader-
ship, and character and must have a grade point average
of 88 or above. In February the members went to the
Omni Theater and to eat pizza at Mama's Pizza. With
our new sponsor, Mrs. Hoffer and our officers, this year
has been a success.
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Carnes, D. Butler, A. Ray, P. McGlinchey, J. Sanchez, C. Palmer, L. Martin, A. Turner, G. Robinson, T. Exman. 3rd Row: C. Stefanik, C.
Hissam, M. Koldin, G. Gunaca, R. Ham, D. Young, R. Hargrove, J. Paul, T. Soules, D. Stockstill, J. Deel.
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The Student Council is an organization of students
which represents the entire student body. One of the
duties of the group is to raise money to be used to buy
needed items for the school. The twelve member group
is made up of three students from each grade who are
elected by their class.
The year began somewhat shaky. Mr. Rooney stepped
in as the new supervisor of the group and things began
to shape-up. Meetings began in early November and
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were held every other Tuesday during fifth period. Of-
ficers were elected at the first meeting and then the
group began work. The council bulletin which shows
various group activities and notices was set up. The
council also worked in the concession stand at many
basketball games in order to raise money to buy a new
trophy case for the school.
The council attended the state convention for stu-
dent councils in Austin during April which proved very
beneficial to its members.
Officers: T. Young A Tras., C. Palmer - V. Pres., D. Young - Pres.,
A. Carlson - Sec., C. Hissam - Parl., Mr. Rooney - Advisor
Ouch! Keith Riney removes chips from the oven during a basketball
lst Row: T. Young, C. Palmer, D. Young, A. Carlson, C. Hissam. 2nd row: Mr. Rooney, K. Whitmire, T. Parish, K. Castleberry, K. Riney, J. Paul,
P. McGlinchey, D. Kuehl.
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High School Aides: lst Row: S. Varuska, K. Stafford, M. Hoffman, M. Doak, S. Reid, K. Flack, D. Clark, K. Gardner. 2nd Row: S. Tockey, L. Hut-
ton, S. Rudtledge, S. Roberts, M. Williams, T. Carnes, S. Firkins, G. Murphy. 3rd Row: S. Grant, K. Knoppel, A. Gomez, B. Baker, S. McDonald,
G. Wathen, J. Sanchez. 4-th Row: R. Chenoweth, M. Elrod, M. Holley, T. Bell, J. Wade, D. Robinson, J. Griffin.
The teachers aide program has been in existence
for several years and has proven to be very effective
both for the teachers and the students involved.
However, with the educational reforms brought
about by House Bill 76 the program is being curtail-
ed and is in danger of being eliminated. In order to
be a teacher's aide, the student must be approved by
both the teacher with whom he or she will be work-
ing and Mr. Scott, who is in charge of the program.
Also the student must be a junior or senior and must
be passing his or her academic classes. Students
receive one-half credit for one full year of aiding.
Right . . . Wrong . . . Right . . . Wrong . . . Stephanie Reid assists
Coach Stalcup by grading papers.
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"I just called to say I love you." Stephanie Varuska, Mrs.
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The yearbook staff interviewed several teachers to
find out what qualities they looked for in an aide.
Coach Heckers said that he looked for usomeone
who accepts responsibility readily and has the ability
to instruct the younger kids and doesn't become
bossy. Also, someone who is always on time and will
readily assist me in any and all duties.
Mrs. Stubblefield said that she looks for someone
who is Hhardworking, dependable, trustworthy,
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The girls' and boys' cross country track team had a
good year. Their new coach was Coach Ancona and
practices began early in the school year. Plagued by in-
juries, the girls' team dwindled to just a few girls.
However, those able to compete did well. In the district
competition, Lundy Palmer finished second, Sharla
Rainer was fourth, Chris Palmer was eleventh and
Johnye Roa was fourteenth. Lundy and Sharla moved
on to regionals where they placed twenty-second and
twenty-first respectively. All in all, their team did very
50 Cross Country
C.C. Races to VlCtOfy
well under the circumstances, and they are looking for-
ward to next year.
The boys' team had a good season also. Although the
competition was tough throughout the year, they stood
up to it. The boys all ran very well with good times. The
course they run is three miles, whereas the girls run two
miles. The boys team was a new addition to the athletic
program this year. Their practice and competition
should help them in the years to come.
Upper Left: Looking it over. F. Garcia, S.
Stellar, M. Richardson, B. Fielden, J. Han-
cock, S. Firkins survey the race course
before they run.
Upper Right: A good finish! Bill Baker
finishes up the race at the district meet.
Lower Left: Models or runners? .l. Ron, C.
Palmer, S. Rainer, L. Palmer and A. Dunn
pose for a picture before the meet.
Boys' Cross Country Team: Coach Ancona, M.
Richardson, J. Hancock, S. Stellar, S. Firkins,
B. Fielden, C. Hornick, B. Baker, F. Garcia.
Not Pictured: E. Baker, J. Schmidt.
Girls, Cross Country Team: J. Lopez, C.
Palmer, S. Rainer, J. Roa, L. Palmer, N.
Stephens, Coach Ancona.
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Off to a good start! The boyis cross country
team gets a good start in the district track meet.
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Top Row: Shannon Roberts, Kelly Thouvenal, Donya Kuehl, Gina Gunaca, Angie Ray, Charlotte Hornick, Julia Hernade Bottom Chris Palm
Wendy Hancock, Missy Williams, Sammy Lynch, Deede Miller.
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ball for a perfect set.
QZJMASS CONFUSIONI Volleyball team returns to
the floor after a time out.
CSD AN EXPERT AT WORK: Coach Tolbert shows
the team how to take it easy after a hard game.
JV: Top: Shelly Roberts, Amy Murphy, Tammy Dunlap, Tracy Barclay, Tanya Garvey, Keitha Thouvenal. Middle: Traci Parish, Jodi McDonald
Sharla Rainer, Jeanette Lee, Amy Roberts, Christi Sears. Bottom: Rhonda Justice, Gina Maples, Shelly Mouer, Cathrine Maisel, Lasinda Beal.
Aledo 2 2
Aledo 3 0
Aledo 2 0
Aledo 2 2
Aledo 1 3
Aledo 6 1
Castleberry 1 5
Carroll 2 ' 0
L Crowley 3
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' Cedar Hill 6
iAledo 2 1 Lake Worth 0
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Overall Record 8-2-0
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Varsity Football: Row 1: Rusty Brake, John
Pinkston, Richie Jones, Eddie Bills, Darren
Young, Johnny Paul, Ricky Hood, Buddy
Smith, Eddie Horton, Dale Stockstill, Keith
Riney, David Hale, Coach Stalcup. Row 2:
Coach Brown, Kevin Sewell, Allen Wahlstrom,
Darrin Hunter, Randy Hargrove, Bubba Ken-
nemur, Matt Elrod, David Moore, Mike Elrod,
Greg Wathen, Brandon Hyles, Tim Soules,
Coach Fain. Row 3: Coach Duncan, Coach
Lindsay, Walt Ford, Kevin Hinderman, Phillip
Stavens, Greg Minter, Brad Baker, Jerry Robin-
son, Curtis Hissam, Toby Watts, Brad
Hamilton, Dell Young, Coach Roberts.
Coach Roberts takes over from the side line . . . as the team adds extra points to their
Perhaps one of the most impor-
tant points of this yearis football
team was the MBorn To Win"
clinic that our football players
were involved in. This program ad-
ded a new outlook on everything
our football players were involved
in - from the educational to the
athletic. Proof of this is shown in
the All-District teams. Many posi-
tions were held by some of our
players. Those on First Team Of-
fense are Tim Soules, Toby Watts,
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Young. Those on First Team
Defense are Toby Watts, Curtis
Hissam, and Kevin Hinderman.
Curtis is also the most valuable
Defensive Player on the First
Team. Brad Hamilton holds a posi-
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JV Football Team: Row 1: Roy Bills, Aly Gomez, Keith McBrayer,
Chris Steed, Mac Bennett, Jim Wood, Sean Thomas, Allen Grissom.
Row 2: James Paul, Matt Dehniseh, Jimmy Don Brown, Lance
Barclay, Eddie Rodriguez, Stacey Burdette, Carl Crenshaw, John Nor-
ris, Bubba Steed. Row 3: Shane Binion, John Reimann, Parnell
McGlinchey, Kevin Windsor, Tony Kang.
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Freshman Football Team: Row 1: Keith Freeman, John Wright, David Bagwell, Randy Brown, Rick Andrews, Steven Kirkwood, Cole Grisel,
Michael McBrayer, Zan McGlinchey. Row 2: Ronald Walker, Jesse Brewer, Rusty Bush, Dewey Ames, Perry Coleman, Todd Firkins, Steve Mar-
shall, John Goforth, Maurilio Regino, Craig Dempsey, Ricky Kubicek. Row 3: Steacy Taliaferro, Scott Dollar, Spencer Hissam, Michael Coupland,
Kevin Whitmire, Michael Densmore, Jason Robinson, Rickey Box, Lee Walls, Erick Baack.
The Freshman football team was coached by two new coaches to
Aledo this year, Coach Duncan and Coach Lindsay. The freshmen re-
mained scoreless in their first two games against Castleberry and
Crowley. However, by the third game with Carroll the defense began
to move. Running back Ricky Box scored the touchdown in the Car-
roll game on a blocked punt and the Bearcats tied the game. In the
Hillsboro game Steve Marshall scored on a 34 yard pass from McClin-
chey and Lee Walls ran for the two point conversion: however, the
freshmen still lost the game. When the Bearcats played Cedar Hill, it
was Perry Coleman's night as he scored on a 17 yard pass from
McG1inchey. Again the freshmen were defeated. The next Friday
night found the Bearcats facing the Lake Worth Bullfrogs, and they
came away with their first victory of the season. Box, Robinson, and
Marshall scored the three touchdowns with Marshall kicking the extra
point. The freshman team was defeated by Midlothian, but Box
managed a touchdown on a 26 yard pass from McClinchey. The final
game of the season against Alvarado brought a big win for the
freshman Bearcats. Box scored the first TD on a 1 yard run and with
the game tied, Kevin Whitmire scored on a 5 yard run to win the
Although the freshmen had a losing record, they gained valuable
experience both on and off the field. Season statistics found Ricky Box
scoring 4- TDs, Zan McGlinchey threw 4 TD passes Y 2 to Steve Mar-
shall, 1 to Box and 1 to Perry Coleman, Kevin Whitmire scored one
TD. Jason Robinson and Lee Walls scored 2 point conversions and
Steve Marshall kicked an extra point. Although all the scoring was
done by just a few, the boys functioned well as a team.
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Row 1: Steve Milton, Michael Ames, Bryan Bragan, Duane Tockey, Rob Anderson, ,lim Ingram, Chris Jordan, Duane Baxter, Allen Cain., Ismael
Regino, Brent Beasely, Mike Vakula. Row 2: Tim Huddleston, Mike Roberts, Craig Boutwell, Chris Jones, Bill Ray, Sean Pugh, John Nolte, Mike
Creighton, Corey Colley, Donald Pointer, James Williams, Russell Wilkins. Row 3: Lance Eason, Todd Semple, Chris Shaw, Brian Scott, Roc
Gunaca, Rolando Rendon, Chuck Bush, Matt Griffith, Brian Ainsworth, Randy Smelley, Preston Miller, Paul Jordan, John Wells. Row 4-: Heath
Frazier, J. D. Cupps, Sol Konthack, Joe Derdeman, Kevin Glass, Matt Reimann, Clay McKenzie, Eric Sanchez, Larry Schmidt, Chris Ferrell.
Go! Fight! Win!
The seventh and eighth grade teams were coached by
Coach Mathison and Coach Heckers respectively. This
was both coaches' first year at Aledo, and they did an ex-
ceptional job working with the teams.
The seventh grade team had a losing season, however,
they used this as a chance to learn and build a team for
The eighth grade team had a winning season with
four wins and three losses. The season got off to an ex-
citing start with a 28 to 22 victory over Crowley and
finished with back to back victories over Alvarado and
Lake Worth. The eighth grade team improved
throughout the season and is looking forward to a suc-
cessful season next year as big FRESHMEN!
Coach Mathison and Coach Heckers
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Jr, High Bearcats working on a victory. Jr. High Football players participate in pep rally.
Row 1: Chad Marlow, Courtney Pennington, Matt Jackson, Brandon Ross, Paul Robinson, Kyle Brauner, Forest Martin, Steven Kilough, Paul
Allen. Row 2: Corey Pennington, Steve Horton, Kevin Carlson, Mark Eveans, Jay Ruebel, Travis Wood, Robert Harra, Case Hudson, Robert Box.
Row 3: Cary Waldrup, Brian Tockett, Noe McKenzie, Ricky Lewis, John Nykaza, Donald Greeson., Tim Burt, Darryl Mclindree, Sean Stefanik.
Row 4: Ritchie Craig, Shailar Brown, David Gonzales, Marcus Robinson, Clayton Sustala, Brian Tackett, Robby Wrinkle.
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Lady Cats Accept Challen es
The varsity girls team faced a
challenging season this year by play-
ing excellent teams with more ex-
perience and older players. The team
had only five senior players, but they
always worked to the best of their
ability. Athletics was first period, to
the dismay and amazement of all the
players. That meant early practices at
7:15 and going to every class after
first tired and weak. Yet, throughout
grueling workouts, sprints, and some
disheartening losses the girls' spirit
Every victory was fought hard and
won with pride. The Lady Cats this
year had speed, charm and a dazzling
ability to win over the crowd in
seconds. The final game of the year
proved to be the heartbreaker. After
being down once by ten, the tear
fought back to within two points bu
then lost to Cedar Hill. The senior
had a season to reflect back on, bu
the juniors and three sophomores hai
seasons of the future to look forwari
to. Things in the next coming season
look like they will just get better ant
better for the Lady Cats.
S. Lynch., S. Rainer, M. Dunn, J. Marsden, A. Ray, D. Kuehl, T. Young, E. Palmer, R. Ham, S. Reid, M. Koldin
OVERALL RECORD l l-15
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Aledo Red Oak
Aledo Lake Dallas
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Aledo Cedar Hill
Aledo Lake Worth
Aledo Red Oak
Aledo Lake Worth
Aledo Cedar Hill
Missy Dunn Ellen Palmer Rhonda Ham Stephanie Reid
Marion Koldln Angle Ray Tia Young Sharla Rainer
Donya Kuehl Jennifer Marsden Sammie Lynch
Careful on the line! Angie Ray shoots a freethrow dur-
ing the varsity game as the other players prepare to
The higher the better. Tia Young outreaches a
Crowley player for a jump hall during a home basket-
Basketball - Varsity Girls 67
. . Girls Being the Best They Can Be
The Junior Varsity girls had a winning season with
only two defeats. For the entire first half of the season
they were undefeated. The first loss came to Midlothian
in a one point upset. Yet, the rest of the season was
marked iwth wins some large and some small. The team
finished in a tie for first in the district.
They also shared the same workout time with varsity.
Scrimmaging and practicing along with varsity helped
the players gain confidence and knowledge that will
help them later. They hope to have another winning
season next year.
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,lump high! Lundy Palmer takes a jump shot in a game'as the op-
ponents contest the shot.
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OVERALL RECORD 18-2
Aledo 7 O Brewer 5 4
Aledo 3 4 Graham 1 6
Aledo 6 7 Crowley 4 6
Aledo 59 Ft. Worth 36
Aledo 4 7 Bowie 4- 1
Aledo 6 3 ,N . efiis 5
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Aledo 4 7 N A 3 7
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Medo ' 22
A1640 47 33
A1840 55 23
Aledo 39 40
Aledo 45 i5l31?i3ff5ii'E57ifiiidge 28
Aledo 26 Graham 38
Aledo 5 4 Alvarado 4 5
Aledo 39 Hillsboro 32
Aledo 7 5 Lake Worth 2 4
Aledo 5 7 Cedar Hill 2 3
Freshman Girls Enjoy a Winning Season
1st Row: A. Horton, C. Sears, H. Riney, N. Peterson, K. Castleberry, T. Parish, L. Beal, S. Thompson 2nd Row: D. McGinnis, A. Gibson, K.
Thouvenal, T. Garvey, T. Barclay, .l. Jones, K. Jarvis, J. Burkett, K. Noonkester, Coach Walker
OVERALL RECORD 11-5
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Concentration is the key. Traci Parish carefully inbounds the ball during
a freshman basketball game at Lake Worth.
The freshman girls, basketball team enjoyed a winn-
ing season this year. From effortless wins to hard fought
victories, the team never lost its excellent form.
Throughout the year, the girls played tough, forcing
their opponents to work extra hard. This team promises
to bring exciting surprises in the years to come at Aledo.
Basketball f Freshman Girls 69
Varsity Boys Strive for ictor
The varsity boys basketball team had an exciting and
winning season. Although basketball is a sport usually
left in the shadow of Aledo football, the team proved
what could be done this year in an all-out effort season:
Consisting of only six players, this close band of team-
mates and friends went through an almost flawless year
of play. They just barely missed reaching the playoffs.
Once the team began winning, there was no stopping
the fans. Every home game brought a crowded humm-
ing gym that literally exploded with the teams every
move. A high point in the season came in a home game
against Ferris. When the Ferris team tied the game with
seconds to go, Kevin Hinderman brought the ball down
the floor and shot from well beyond the free throw line.
When the shot went in, the fans burst onto the floor
screaming, cheering, and raising players on their
shoulders like a scene from a movie.
The team rallied to several last minute victories. In a
dramatic finish in the last regular season game, the team
held onto a tie and then won in overtime against Red
Oak. The playoffs hopes soared and fell throughout the
season, but the team did, not make it. However, the var-
sity team had one of the best seasons in several years and
their exciting season provided all the drama and thrills
that basketball could possibly offer.
OVRALL RECORD 15- 1 S
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49 Dallas Christian
60 Fort Worth Christian
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Kevin Hinderman Phillip Stavens Mike Holley
Stacey Everett Bill Waldrup Todd Duncan
Karate kick in basketball? Lake Worth team members guard
Aledo members as Philip Stavens sets up for a shot.
Is practice out of control? During a varsity basketball workout,
Todd Duncan hangs on the rim as other players gain valuable tips
from Coach Duncan,
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The Junior varsity boys, team, consisting of juniors and
sophomores had an excellent season. Some early losses
slowed the team down a little, but they held on to have a
strong finish at the end of the season. The .l.V. team work-
ed out along with the varsity team the last period of every
day as well as after school. They all worked hard and with
their excellent ballhandling skills, rebounding, and
shooting ability, they ended up with a fine season and a
72 Basketball Y JV Boys
OVERALL RECORD 1 4-1 0
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Freshman Boys: Working Harder, Doing ore
OVERALL RECORD 7-
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won was fought hard, and every victory was a milestone in
their tough district. The boys played hard and worked hard
throughout the year. Every morning, throughout the cold
winter, they brought themselves into the cramped, old
rock gym by the elementary. Getting good shots and striv-
ing to win helped the boys have a confident season which
can only get better as they get older.
Watch the ball! All eyes look up as Steve Marshall shoots the ball during a
Lake Worth game.
lst Row: J. Hancock, T. Roden, K. Freeman, Z. McGlinchey, C. Hornick, R. Mitchell, M. Richardson 2nd Row: R. Brown, J. Brewer, J. Dixon, J.
Robinson, E. Baack, D. Ames, S. Marshall, J. Coforth, Coach Lindsay.
Basketball f Freshman Boys 73
Sth rade Ba k tball
The 8th grade boys played a tough
year of basketball. The teams were
hard., yet the boys never lost their
spirit or persistence to win.
Overall Record 4-9
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The 8th grade girls played an ex-
cellent year of basketball. Their
season had many impressive victories.
Overall Record 10-1
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lst Row: R. Wilkings, M. Griffith, R. Anderson, S. Milton, M. Creighton, B. Grogan, C. Jones
C. Jordan 2nd Row: C. McKenzie, D. Baxter, E. Sanchez, S. Kanthack, J. Derderian, D. Tockey:
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lst Row: T. Cochran, L. Blue, T. Brown, P. Butler, C. Wills, C. Towles, S. Sandes, D. House, K.
Heuring 2nd Row: M. Marshall, J. Thompson, K. Haney, C. Jones, J. Camargo, S Spain, T.
Moore 3rd Row: T. Dennington, L. Cox, P. Brown, L. Smart, S. Rainer, K. Kiper, M. Matarese
4-th Row: S Gordy, H. Brown, H. Childs, R. Ham, D. Ray, J Warlick, M. Ballinger Sth Row: R.
Castleshouldt, C. Garcia, P. Rodriques, A. Armer.
lst row: J. Ruebel, M. Evans, K Brawner, D. Gonzales, J. Griffith, T. Burt, S. Blair, D. McEn-
dree 2nd Row: K. Carlson, R. Lewis, S. Sustala, J. Nykaza, M. Robinson, S. Brown, R. Wrinkle,
C. Waldrup, C. Berry, T. Wood, M. Jackson. Not Pictured: L. Stephens.
lst Row: S. Moore, N. Walker 2nd Row: A. Segars, C. Joyner, L. Hale, H. Harriman, A. Tuller
3rd Row: J. Soules, L. Menzies, M. Primera, C. Littlejohn, K. Burdette, W. Burkholer 4th
Row: B. Team Y B. Sweetland, D. Jackson, H. Clark, A. Wiley, A. Matarese, J. Ingram, D.
Ford Sth Row: C. Stemson, S. Davis, A. Jarvis 6th Row: Mgrs.: T. Swor, P. Duggan, K. Holder.
7th rade Basketball
citing season. Although the team was
young and somewhat inexperienced,
they managed to win several games.
This team has a promising future
Overall Record 3-11
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good year. Through hard work and
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played well together.
Overall Record 8-2
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Wood lets a shot off during an Aledo fast
Upper left: Keep your eye on the ball.
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shooting a jump shot.
Middle left: Defense! The varsity boys'
team sets up their defense during a home
Middle right: Get up high. Angie Ray wins a
jump ball during the varsity game.
Lower left: Up for the dunk. Bill Waldrup
gets up high to make the basket in a varsity
Lower right: Perfect form. Traci Bell lets
go of a perfect free-throw during a JV
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Ellen Palmer is a senior in high school. She has been Drillteam. She is currently lieutenant. She is active in
a cheerleader two of her high school years and the other such sports as basketball and track. Congratulations!
two she has been a member of the Aledo Highsteppers
84 Homecoming Queen
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1983 s Homecom'ng ueen and their fathe s.
Angie Dunn Angie Ray
Best and Most
BEST ALL ROUND
Stephanie Reid Toby Watts
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Amanda Carlson Dell Young
Tim Exman Chris Palmer
Angie Dunn Jon Henderson
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This is Mr. James Warlickis first
year as superintendent of the Aledo
ISD. He has had a wide background
of education. The colleges he at-
tended were: NTSU graduating
with a BS in scienceg Southwest
State graduating with a Master of
Education Certificate and a Prin- '
cipal's Certificate, Tarleton State 'f--f
University graduating with a
Before coming to Aledo, he
spent 3 years at Arlington, 1 year
at Gatesville, 2 years at Luling, 4
years at Clifton, 1 year at Santo,
and 4 years at Midland.
Among some of his special in-
terests are hunting, fishing, watch-
ing athletic programs, and collec-
Mr. Warlick has worked hard so
far to maintain high standards for 'r-'
Aledo schools and hopes to con-
tinue doing so.
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9 2 Superintendent
What a car! Mr. Warlick takes time for a pic-
ture before leaving on one of the many trips
connected with his joh.
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Deane Glenn has been working at
Aledo for twenty-nine years. For
twenty-five of those years, he has
served as the principal of the high
school. Before becoming principal, he
Incorporating a high standard for
the students at Aledo has been a goal
that Mr. Glenn has accomplished with
pride, as well as keeping open lines of
communication between faculty and
students and maintaining high levels
of academic excellence.
Mr. Glenn received his Bachelor's
Degree from Texas Weslysan, and he
completed his work for a Master's
Degree at Texas Christian University
and North Texas State University.
James Scott began his teaching career at Aledo in 1976
as a history teacher and coach. In 1983 Mr. Scott became
the first vice-principal at Aledo. He says that he enjoys his
work very much and that his favorite part is working with
the faculty and student body. Mr. Scott completed his BS
degree at East Texas State University and his Master's of
Education Administration and Mid-level Management at
Texas Christian University.
This is Linda Hoffer,s
first year at Aledo. She is
the counselor for Grades
K-12. She feels that this is
a very large undertaking
but that it is well-worth
her time. Mrs. Hoffer
brings a great deal of en-
thusiasm and a fresh ap-
proach to the counseling
position. Mrs. Hoffer has
a B.A. in French and
English from TCU and a
M.Ed. in Ed. Psychology
from UT at Austin.
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Stubblefield, D. J. - Secretary to
the Principal, Brantley-
Draughon Business School
Ancona, Lee - Health, FOM,
Cross Country, Basketball,
North Texas State University
Anderson, Kevin - All-level
Band, Texas Christian
Bradford, Phil - Vo-Ag II and
III. General Agricultural
Mechanics, Texas A8lM
Bradley, Brenda - English II and
IV, UIL, Literary Club, Troy
State University, Troy, Alabama
Brown, Charles - Science, Foot-
ball, Baseball, University of
Texas at El Paso
Cowser, Charlotte - Trig-
onometry, Elementary Analysis,
Geometry, Computer Literacy,
Drill Team, UIL - Math, Texas
DeShazo, ,lack Vo-Ag I and II, Co-
Op, Texas ASIM University
Duncan, James - American
History, World History, Foot-
ball, Basketball, Baseball,
University of Texas at Arlington
Fain, Warren - American
History, Football, Track, Nor-
theastern State University
Fitzhugh, Kathleen - English
III, Pre-Algebra, UIL - Ready
Writing, Spelling, Tarleton State
Gifford, Lauri - English I, Asst.
Yearbook Advisor., UIL - Jour-
nalism, University of Texas at
Austin, North Texas State
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FHA, Texas Christian University
Hayes, James - Mathematics,
University of Arkansas
Howard, Susan -- Jr. High and
H.S. Choir, Drill Team, Baylor
Lindsey, David - English II,
Football, Basketball, Track,
Midwestern State University
Moore, Cynthia - Chemistry,
Physics, Physical Science, UIL
- Science, Southeastern State
- Oklahoma, University of
Texas at Arlington
Reagan, Ann - Consumer Home
Economics, Junior Class, FHA,
North Texas State University,
M.A. from Texas Woman's
Rooney, John - Government,
Economics, World Geography,
AA - Weatherford College,
B.S. - McMurray College,
M.E.D. - Texas Christian
Rowe, Sheryl - Jr. H. and H.S.
Librarian, Yearbook Advisor,
Tarleton State University, Texas
Scott, Betty - Business fTyping I
and II, Accountingj, Junior
Class, FBLA, Midwestern
Seaman, Bobbie - Spanish I and
II, Midwestern University and
Texas Woman"s University
Smiley, Barbara - H.S.
Resource, University of North
Swinney, Daryl - Girls'
H.S. Faculty 95
Walker, David - American History, P.E., Girls'
Basketball - Freshman and ,l.V., Jr, H. Trackg
Tarleton State University
Barclay, Lana - H.S. Resource Aideg Oklahoma State
Not Pictured: Andrews, Gloria - Art and Drafting,
North Texas State University
Dudek, Paula - Biology, Cheerleader, UIL -
Scienceg Bluffton College, Bluffton, Ohio, Texas
Roberts, John - Athletic Directorg Head Football
Coach, Texas Tech University
Stalcup, Charles - PE., General Business, Consumer
Math, Football, Track, Central State University, Ed-
Tolbert, Beale - Athletics, P.E., Volleyball, Texas
Upper Left: Lee Ancona - no just
Lee Cassonova! Coach Ancona
works on class preparations.
Upper Right: Mr. Hayes gives that
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caught in action teaching his
Lower Right: The Hulk! Mr. Scott
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lower leftj Hey Matt, Looks good! Matt Elrod helps the cheerleaders out by
drawing the school mascot on a megaphone.
rightj "Look at that groupln Seniors goof off between classes.
You finally made it! You were a real life, honest-to-
goodness, big, bad senior. College always seemed so far off,
but believe it or not, this was it - graduation year.
Freshman thoughts of, MI hope my hair stays curled at
least until lunch," or "I hope I don't get lost," changed in
four short years to HI hope we have a senior skip day
soonf, and MSO what if I'm a slobg I'm a senior!"
Privileges came with seniority. Instead of looming in the
distance, senior prom and other Hsenior only" activities
suddenly became reality. Events became sentimental: it
was your last Homecoming, your last football game, your
last pep rally at Aledo. Thoughts turned to life after high
school, and plans and decisions were made. Graduation
came and high school came to a close. The class of 1985
made its mark at Aledo, as well as friendships and memories
that will last a lifetime.
Most importantly you learned that graduation was not only
an end, but a beginning!
Baker, Brad -- Football, Golf 11-41, FCA 11-31,
FBLA 13-41, Basketball 111
Beene, Russell -f-- Vo Ag 11-21, Choir 13-41
Bill' e Y
fasebal , -2, 41, Spanish 13
ewspaper Staff 131, Liter ' 1
Blair, Steve 7 Vo Ag 11-41, Pre-LalJ141, Boxing
Clark, Dahna f Select Choir, Secretary 141, Choir
11-31, Outstanding Choir Student 131, FHA 11-41.
Sergeant at Arms 121, Social Chairman 131,
President 141, Volleyball 131, Literary Club 121,
Who's Who 131, Aide 141, NHS 13-41, UIL Solo
12-41, Home Economics 11-41
Coleman, Cathy f FBLA 111, FHA 121, Home
Economics 11-31, Aide 131
Corr, John f- Football 11, 31, Choir 11-31, Select
Choir, Vice President 141, Accounting 131, Home
and Family 141
Crabtree, Melissa Z Home Economics 11-41, Aide
141, Typing 1 121, Spanish I 141
Det-I, Jamie f Annual Staff 12-41, Editor 13-41,
Band, All-District 11-41, Band Captain 141, Drum
Corps 12-41. All-Region12-41, UIL Solo 12-41,
State Solo 131. UIL Typing. Spelling 131, Select
Choir 141. FBLA 13-41, Historian 131, Treasurer
141, Literary Club 12-41, NHS 13-41. Whcfswho
131, National Merit Science Award 12-31. National
Merit Spanish Award 121
Dunn, Missy - Basketball 11-41. Track 11-21.
FBLA 111, Choir 11-31, FCA 111. FHA 111. Pep
Elrod, Matt Y Football 11-41. Track 11-41.
Basketball 111. Powerlifting 121. FCA 131
Elrod, Mike Y Football 11-41, Track 13-41, Art
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Everett, Stacey 7 Basketball, Golf. FCA 11--11.
Speech 11-21, Business 12-31, LIL Business 131.
Literary Club 11, 3, 41, Spanish 131. Computer
Literacy 141, Aide 141
Exman, Tim 7 Football 11, 31. Baseball 11-31,
FFA 11-21, UIL11-41, NHS 131
Firkins, Scott 7 FFA 11, 3, 41, Livestock Judging
Team 11-21, Cross Country 141
Flack, Kim 7 FBLA 111-1, FHA 11 1, Choir 111,
Aide 13-41, Home Economics 11-41
Ford, Walt 7 Football 11, 2, -1-1, Tra1ck1l-31,
FHA 141, FFA 11-41, Chicken Judging
Gartman. Mike 7 Student Council 111. Honor
Society111, FBLA 13--1-1, Spanish 11-21, Drafting
131, Art 141
Gibson, Chris Home Economics 111, FBLA 13-
4-1, Literary Club 13-41, Track 11-31. Cross
Country, District Champs 11-21, Regional
Qualifiers 11-21, Aide 13-41, Art 1, Il 13-41
Giles, Tonya 7 Art 13-41, Band 11-31. Basketball
11-31, Volleyball 11-3, Track 11-41. Regional
Qualifier 131, All-District Volleyball 131
Griffin, Gary 7 FBLA 131
Griffin, Jerry 7 FBLA 13--L1
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"The best was making a lot of friends. The worst was Qisj
seeing them all leave. Also, the worst was taking Senior
The best was I got to be on the Aledo Varsity Team - the
worst was I got sick the first two weeks of the seasonf'
"The worst was having to put up with 3 years of mediocre
"Good stuff happened every daylw
"The worst was when my car wouldn't start in the high school
parking lot for one week straight!"
"The best was when I got honorable mention in basketballf,
"'The best thing that happened to me was encountering the
Aledo cooking staff ."'
"The worst thing was my Lflying wreckif'
"My best was sitting in Mr. Rooney,s refrigerator."
"The best was making a lot of new friends, and the worst was
studying for tests."
"The best was getting an education and making many friends.
The worst was seeing friends leave school and taking English
"The best thing was when I was elected head of the decorating
committee for the prom."
Most likely to succeed. Mike Elrod sets an example for the underclassmen.
1 00 Seniors
"The best was playing football, the worst was taking Marsha
Johnson,s chemistry classf'
L'The best was becoming mascot, the worst was taking
Brilliant personalities stick together. Mary Lane and Chawn Gilliand enjoy
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orange juice." Kim McEndree
uEnjoy school while you can because one day it wonit be
there." Dale Stockstill G'Enjoy it - it goes by fastf'
"gBe cool and don't haze." Scot Weekly
6'If you have a dream - do your best to fulfill that dream
"Be a good sport and a true friend." Missy Williams and enjoy these years." Stephanie Reid
"Hang in there - it gets better." Dodd Meadows "Get it while you can."
"Don't ever ask, because you can't be told nol lv
4'Grin and bear it!" 1 Mike Gartman
"Sta in school, learn all ou canf, James Smith
"Good luck - that's all I can say! l" Dell Young
'4Don't smart off to upperclassmen! l" Jerry Robinson
'clmagination is the key to opening your mind."
Lois Loise Evans
"Avoid taking any Language but English - which is
confusing enoughlw David Moore
"Always eat candy you can swallow fast. And keep an
innocent look on your face." Marylane Norris
'Tind a dream. Follow it. And don't let anything or anyone
hold you back - EVER! ln Eddie Bill
Deric Weiss has been an outstanding member of the Senior Class
who participates in numerous activities in and outside of school.
Last summer he toured Romania, Austria, and Hungary with the
Youth Orchestra. He is drum major and president of the A.H.S.
Band, and is an avid member ofthe Literary Club.
Aledo cooking staff bombarded by the Only the strong survive. Seniors visit during
nugget seekers. Seniors can hardly wait lunch.
Seniors 1 0 1
Grissom. Randall - Choir 11-33, Select Choir 143,
Art 1 and I1 13-43, Aide 133, Athletics 11-23,
Football 113, Basketball, Track 123, FBLA 133
Cunaca, Gina Y Volleyball, Basketball 11-43,
Tennis 12-33, Track 113, NHS 13-43. FHA 113,
Literary Club 13-43
Hale,1Javid -- Football 11-43, Track 133, Power
Lifting 123, Vo Ag 11-43, Chapter Vice President
133, Chapter Treasurer 143
Ham, Rhonda ' AIFS133, Wbo's Who143,
Volleyball 113, FHA 113. Basketball 11-43, Track
11, 2, 43, Cheerleading 13-43. Drill Team 123. NHS
13-43, Literary Club 13-43, FBLA 133,
Homecoming Princess 123, Tennis 133
Hargrove. Randy ff Football, Baseball 11-43, All-
District Receiver 13-43, All-District Catcher 12-43,
Captain 133, Basketball, FCA 11-33.
SecretaryfTreasurer 123, Class Vice President 113,
Class President 133, Track 113, NHS 13-43, Vice
President 133, FBLA 133, 1111. Literary 133, Aide
123, Moe-at Friendly 123, FFA 11-23, Greenband
Officer - Sentinel 113, Chapter Vice President
123. Parliamentary Team 11-23, Lard Judging Team
Henderson. ,lon - Basketball 123, Student Council
Council 133. FFA 11-43, Chapter Reporter 12-43,
National Convention 123,Co-op133.Pre-Lab 143
Hernandez. Julia 7 FHA 11-43, Basketball
Manager 123. Volleyball 133. Volleyball Manager
143. Choir 11 3, Select Choir 143, Spanish
Hinderman. Kevin Y Football 11-43, Basketball
11-43. Baseball 11-33, Track 113, Band 11-43. Stage
Band 12-33, FHA 143, Literary Club 133, FCA
llissam. Curtis Y Football 11-43, All-District
Second Team, Off. Tackle Honorable Mention,
Def. Tackle 133. Track 12-43, Basketball 113, FFA
11-23. FHA 143. Class Vice President 133, NHS 133,
National Merit Scholar 123, Most Spirited 133
Hoffman. Mary -- Vo Ag 113, Speech 113, Track
113, Originators of Constitution for Student
Council 113, Volleyball 113, Vo Ag Speaking Award
113. Basketball 11-23, EIL Poetry Reading 123,
Baseball Manager 123. Spanish 123, Choir 12-43,
Art 143. FBLA 143
Holley. Mike -f Golf, Basketball, FCA 11-43,
Regional Qualifier I Golf 1 1, 3. 43. State
Qualificr143. Football 113, Student Council 11-23.
FBLA 13-43. President 13-43, Aide 12-43. Literary
Club 13-43. FFA 113. NHS13-43
Hood, Ricky -' Football 11-43, Baseball 11-43,
All-District 13-43. Literary Club 143. Student
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Hornick, Charlotte 7 Volleyball 12-41, Literary
Club 111, FBLA 141, Spanish 11-21, U1L Typing
131, Choir 111, Drama 111
Horton, Eddie 7 Band 11-41, Athletics 13-41,
National Science Merit Award 121, Literary Club
Hunter, Darrin 7 Football 11-41, Basketball,
Hutton, Lisa 7' Basketball 11-31, Class Favorite
131, FHA 12-41, FFA 11-31, Typing 1 Mascot
141, Pre-Lab 141, Literary Club 131, FFA Officer
13-41, Track 11-41, Mile Relay, District Champ,
Regional Qualifier 440 Relay 111, Mile Relay
State, District Champ, Regional Qualifier 880
Relay 121, District Champ., Regional Qualifiers
Mile Relay 131, Aide 13-41
Hyles, Brandon 7 Football 11-41, Baseball 131.
FHA 141, FFA 11-41, Treasurer 121, Sentinel 131,
Secretary 141, Power Lifting 121
Ingram, Michel 7 FHA, FCA, Class Secretary.
Annual Staff 111, Art, Aide 12-41, FBLA 13-41.
Who's Who 131, Homecoming Princess 131,
Cheerleader 11 , 3, 41, Head Cheerleader 141. Drill
Jackson, Greg 7 FFA 11, 2, 41, PE 11-21. Co-op
Jones, Richie 7 Band 11-41, Stage Band 12-31, Vo
Ag 111, Athletics 13-41, Track 131. Football 141
Jordan, Christie Basketball. BW, Track 11-21,
Pep Squad 111, Drill Team 12-41, Choir 12-41,
Keen, Kelly 7 Basketball 111, Volleyball 11-21,
Tennis 11, 2, 41, FFA 111, FHA 111. FBLA 13-41.
Literary Club 13-41. Choir 141, Art 131. Typing
Knoppel, Laurie 7 Mascot 131. Art 12. 41. Home
Economics 11-21, FHA 11-21. Choir 11 1. Aids-131
Koldin, Marion 7 Basketball 11-41. Track 12. 41.
FFA 12-41, FHA 111, Literary Club 141. Drill Team
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4'Hang Tough." Tonya Giles a dream of happiness., and every tomorrow a vision of hope."
G'Commies are red, violets are blue, Aledo High, Iill
miss you!" Scot Weekley "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - I took the one less
traveled by, and that has made all the difference." Jamie
'LHave fun, but not too muchlw Terri Wylie Deel
'GParting is such sweet sorrow. Let the dead past bury 'Tm finished Keith Riney
its dead -3 I shan't return." Eddie Horton
H I . , w i "Everywhere we go, people want to know - who we - are - so we tell
Llfe alfl I 3 hed of roses! Jerry ROIJIHSOH them - WE ARE THE BEARCATSY, Varsity guys stand to sing with spirit.
4'Far or near, our hearts are still heref, Buddy
NI get by with a little help from my friends." Deric
HGO for it!" Laurie Knoppel
"It was real, and it was fun, but it wasn't realfunff'
Brandon Hyles and Ellen Palmer
Hlf life is a bed of roses, watch out for the pricks! li'
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"I would like to say I am proud to represent the
Seniors of '85, and to he a part of such a close hunch if
'4Live fast, love slow, die happy." Mary Hoffman
L'We'll never forget the times, will we?" Cindy
'GHave faith and patience in teachers, coaches and
most of all yourself." Rhonda Ham
GGParty and enjoy." Julia Hernandez
"Yesterday is already a dream, and tomorrow is only
a vision, but today, well lived, makes every yesterday
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the hall for a quick snapshot. kinds!" Seniors goof off during Com-
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Kszyminski. Michael 7 Band 11-41, Stage Band
11. 31, Literary Club 131, UlL 13-41
LaVigne, Cindy -7 FHA 11-41, FHA Officer 12-41.
Literary Club 12-41, Aide. Art 131
Lee, Denise 7 Basketball Manager 11-31,
Basketball Manager Varsity 12-31, Volleyball
Manager 11-31, FBLA 13-41, Parliamentarian1-41.
Annual Staff 13-41. Art 12-31. Choir 141
Lohmann. Thresa 7 Typing 121, NHS 13-41, FHA
11-41, FHA Officer 12-41, Basketball 11-21, Track
11-21, Aide 13-41, Band 11-41, Home Economics
11-41, Flag Corps 11-41, Flag Choreographer121,
Flag Co-Captain 13-41
McDonald. Sharon 7 NHS 11-31, Math Club 11-
21, Student Council 121, Varsity Volleyball 11-21,
FBLA 131, Cheerleader 141
1VlcEndree, Kim 7 FBLA 121, FHA 11-21, FCA
111, Flag Corps 12--1-1, Band 12-41. Flag Lieutenant
141. Band Sweetheart Nominee 131, Library Aide
Meadows, Dodd 7 Choir 12-31. Select Choir,
President 141, .Athletics 11-31, Home and Family
Moore, David 7 Football 11-41, FFA 11-31.
National Convention 131. FBLA 141. NHS 13-41,
Most Likely to Succeed 121, Outstanding Math
Student 121, Outstanding Science Student 131,
Regional UIL Spanish 13-41, FCA 12-31,
American Scholar 131
Norman. Holly 7 FHA 11-41, FBLA 13-41, Band
11-41. Flag Captain 13-41, Choir 11, 3, 41,
Librarian 131, Band Sweetheart Nominee 131,
Select Choir 141, Aide 131
Norris, Mary 7 Speech 11, 31, Spanish 12-31,
Typing 13-41, Literary Club 12-41, Newspaper Staff
131, UIL Poetry Reading 11-31, UIL Writing 11.
31. FBLA 141, Annual Staff 13-41
Palmer, Ellen 7 Basketball 11-41, Cheerleader 11,
31. Drill Team 12, 41, Lieutenant 141, Class Vice
President 111, Class Secretary 121, Student Council
121, Homecoming Princess 11-31, Class Favorite
121. Literary Club Treasurer 131, FHA 111
Paul. johnny 7 Football 13-41, Baseball 11-41.
All-District Baseball 13-41, Class President 141.
Home and Family 1-1-1
Phillips, Patty 7 FHA 11-21, Annual Staff 12-31,
Rt-id. Stephanie 7 Basketball. Track 11-41, State
Track 121, Cheerleader 13-41, FHA 11, 41, Literary
Club 13-41, FCA 111, Aide 141, Drill Team 121
Riney, Keith 7 Football 11-41. Baseball 11--11.
Track 11-21, Basketball 11-21. FFA 11-41, Chicken
Robinson, Dusty 7 Football 11-31. Vo Ag. Pre Lab
11-31, Computer Literacy 141
Robinson. jerry 77 Art 121, Drafting 111. Athletics
11-41, Home and Family 141, Choir 131. Select
Choir 141, Aide 13-41
Rutledge, Sheila Art 13-41. Home Economits
Schmidtzinsl-ty. Cvail 7 Pep Squad 111, Band 12-41,
Flag Corps 12-41, Second Lieutenant 141, FHA 11-
41, Officer 7 Historian 12-31, Treasurer 141.
Honor Society 131, National Science Merit Letter
121, Who,s Who 131, National Leadership Merit
Smith, Buddy 7 Athletics 11-41, Vo Ag 11-31.
Pre-Lab111, Home and Family111. Typing 1 131.
Power Lifting 121
Soules, Tim 7 FFA 11--11, Greenhand President
111. Chapter Secretary 121, Chapter President 13-
41, District Treasurer 141, Football 11-41. NHS 13-
41, Student Council 131, FFA National Convention
121, FFA State Convention 11-31. Livestock
Judging Team 11-41, Area Star Lone Star Farmer
131. Power Lifting 121
Stavcns, Philip 7 Football. Basketball 1l. 3. 41.
Golf 12-41, Literary Club 13-41, FFA 111, FHA
141, FBLA 13-41, Officer 141, Class Secretary 141,
Most Preppy 121, Best Dressed
Stockstill, Dale 7 Football 11-41. Baseball 13--1-1.
Basketball 121, NHS13-41. Spanish 131. Art 11-21,
Home and Family 141
Thompson, ,lamcs 7 Vo Ag 1l-31, Pre-1,ab1f11. Art
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Thouvenel, Kelly 7 FHA 111, Band 111,
Basketball 11-21, Track 121, Volleyball 11-41,
FBLA 141. Choir 141
Vaught, David 7 Vo Ag 121, Athletics 111, Boxing
Wahlstrom, Allen 7 Football 11-41, Band 11-41,
Stage Band 11-41, Track 11, 3, 41, Regional
Qualifier 100m Dash 131, Baseball 11-21, Aide 131,
Wathen, Greg 7 Football 13-41, Spanish 13-41. Vo
Ag 111, Military Science 11-21, Fencing 111
Watts. Toby 7 Class Favorite 12-31, Football 11-
41, All-District Tight End, Line Back 121, All-Area
Sophomore of the Year 121, All-Area Punter 131,
All-DistrictPunter131, Basketball 11-31, A11-
District Team, Baseball 11-21, All-District
Outfielder 7 Second Team 121, Track 11-41,
Regional Qualifier Shot-Put 11-31. Class President
121, Most Friendly 111, Most Irresistible 121, FCA
Weekley. Scot 7 Football 11-21, Vo Ag 11-21,
FHA 141, Track 111, National FFA Convention
121, State FFA Convention 121, Most Witty 131
Weiss. Deric 7 Band 11-41, Drum Major 141,
Band President 141, Band Secretary 131, Stage
Band 11. 3, 41. Literary Club 12-41, UIL Poetry
Reading 11, 31, FBLA 131. UIL Typing 121, Tennis
11-41. District Champs 11-21, All-District Band 11-
41. All-Region Band 13-41, UIL Solo 11-41, Who's
Who 131, National Merit 12-31
Williams, Missy -7 Home Economics 11-41, Typing
13-41, Art 131, Volleyball 12-41, Aide 12-41
Wylie. Terri 77 Home Economics 111, FHA 111,
Pep Squad 121. Choir 141, Aide 13-41, Annual Staff
13-41, FBLA Secretary 13-41, Art 11-31
Young. Darren 7 Football 11-41, Track 12-41,
Baseball 111. Vo Ag 11-41
Young, Dell 7 Football 11-41, All-District
Honorable Mention 111, All-Distrit FS 121, All-
District Honorable Mention QB 131, Team Council
141. Basketball 11-41, Track 111, Student Council
11-31, Vice President 121, President 131, NHS 13-
41, President 131, FCA 11-41, President 121. FFA
11-31, Sentinel 121, UII. Science 131. FBLA 141,
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Sometimes silly, sometimes serious, holding on and not
quite letting go.', These are the words used to describe
the Seniors of 986. The junior class worked very hard in
1984- and 1985 to earn the respect of the
underclassmen. They ran the concession stand during
the first 5 home games and made money for the Junior-
After waiting 10 years for class rings, the few short
weeks until they were delivered seemed to go by quickly
and when the rings arrived there was a feeling of
newness and accomplishment among the class.
A BIC DAY FOR JUNIORSU Some of them order their class rings
1 1 4 Juniors
Class Officers: L to R: Pres. - Fln Neve, Sec. Treas. - Chris
Palmer, V. Pres. - Jimmy D. Brown.
A new look for Varsity cheerleaders! Bruce Frazier and Bill
Waldrop dress up as cheerleaders for a skit during a pep rally.
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School began fresh and exciting.
There were no more freshman jokes
or timid questions to ask upper
classmen. There were more freedoms
and opportunities for everyone.
Although classes were harder and
scholastic achievement was important
for the future, students found time
for fun. Time outside school was oc-
cupied in various activities from
dating to driving and more. Times
with friends and fun provided a social
life never to be outdone. The
sophomore year was not just the se-
cond year of high school - it was a
collage of people, places, and fun
times for the class of ,87.
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Upper Right: Hustle! The sophomore girls on the Varsity volleyball
team form a huddle during the game.
Lower Right: Smile - You're on candid camera! Sophomores Ron-
nie Wilkins, Patty Neal, and Kirsten Garrett pose for a picture before
going to class.
Upper Left: A line up? Sophomore football players prepare mentally
before their game.
Class Officers: Vice-Pres. Bob Browng Sec.-Treas. Julie Watheng Pres.
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Only last year, High School was
a dream in the minds of the Seniors
of 1988. This year it became a
reality amid the confusion of big-
ger lockers, more friends, and
harder classes. Welcoming the
challenge with excitement, the
Freshman class began enjoying all
of the benefits that come from hard
work in high school. Pep rallies,
FBLA, FFA, Homemaking, FHA.,
and Vo-Ag were among the new ac-
tivities that the Freshmen ex-
perienced. Suddenly, graduation
didn't seem so far away, and the
Class of '88 felt the pride of being
a student at Aledo High School.
Freshman Class Officers: Sec.-Treas.
Heather Rineyg Pres. Joey Paulg Vice-Pres.
FRESHMEN OUT ON THE TOWN: Dana Walloston, Angie Gibson
and Jennifer Burkette attend the FHA Formal Initiation.
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HOMECOMING QUEEN NOMINEE? Jarrod Dixon participates as
freshman homecoming queen nominee in homecoming skit.
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LEARNING THE ROPES:
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classmates prepare for next class!
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Mr. Weldon Turner has been
principal of the Aledo Middle
School for twelve years. He attend-
ed the Aledo schools from his
seventh grade year through his
twelfth grade year. He received his
B.A. degree from the University of
Texas at Arlington in 1967 and his
Master of Education from North
Texas State University in 1977.
Before becoming principal, Mr.
Turner taught mathematics in the
high school for six years. This year
as in past years, he has successfully
set a high priority on improving
students' academic achievement.
Crenshaw, Ann - Middle School
Adams, Pinkie - Math, 7th and
8th, Eastern Illinois University,
Beacham, Tracye - Home
Economics, Texas Christian
Cabluck, Sondra - Earth
Science, 8th, Life Science, 7th,
Texas Christian University
Dalton, Pam - MathfReading-
Resource, Texas Tech University
Dally, Georgette - Social
Studies, Texas History, Texas
Heckers, Joseph - Physical
Education, Football, Basketball,
West Chester State
Hill, Paulette - Science 6th, Life
Science 7th, Winthrop College,
South Carolina, Mercer Univer-
Hiltbrunner, Betty - English 6,
Reading 7, Social Studies 6, East
Texas State University, West
Texas State University
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Hughes, Vicki - Resource
QEnglish and Readingjg Texas
Karnes, Gloria - Texas and
American History, Texas Chris-
Latham, Beth - Reading 7 and 83
McCarthy, Michele - Reading 6
and 7, English 7g Texas Chris-
Mathison, Tony - Computer
Science, Mathematics, Jr. High
Coach, Texas Christian
Pyle, Carol - English 8, Reading
7, East Texas State University
- Bachelor's and Master's
degrees, Tarleton State Universi-
ty 4 post graduate work
Speck, Sherry - Math 6 and 8,
Midwestern State University
Woods, Drusilla - Reading -
Communications, Stephen F.
Dobbins, ,lane - Library Aide
Norris, Julia - Resource Aide
Towles, Connie - Resource Aide
Hunger Strike? Junior high faculty
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Wingo, Betty - Carlson, ,Io Anne -
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Willard Stuard has been involved in
the Aledo School District for 23
years. His first three years were spent
teaching seventh and eighth grade
science, and he has been the elemen-
tary school principal for the past
twenty years. Mr. Stuard grew up in
Aledo and attended the Aledo schools.
He earned his bacheloris degree from
Texas ASIM and his master's degree
from North Texas State University.
Although he is very busy throughout
the year, he finds time for relaxation
in gardening and ranching. He enjoys
working with children and in the field
of education. His understanding and
compassion have enabled him to be a
good principal and keep up the Aledo
standard of excellence in the elemen-
tary school. Mr. Stuard is a special
asset to the Aledo school system.
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Eastman, Leta -
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Football Basketball Baseball Rodeo Track Volleyball Tennis Raquetball WaterandSnow skiing
Sports Horseback riding Hunting Fishing Dancing Motorcycle riding Talking on the phone Snow ski-
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Hot for Teacher California Girls Like a Virgin Wild Boys Can't Fight This Feeling I Can't Drive 55 Careless
As the school year advanced many students received honors that were not
known in time to be included with the team or organization pages in the
yearbook and others were not known in time to be included in the yearbook
at all. So, congratulations to the following students and all others who receiv-
ed special awards through the remainder of the year.
Bluebonnet Bowl Participates: Patty Neal, Laurie Christian, Ellen Palmer, Judith Sanchez, Tia
Young, Galena Parcencia
All District Football
lst Row: T. Soules, B. Hyles, J. Paul, E. Bills, R. Hood, A. Wahlstrom, M. Elrod, R. Hargrove,
M. Elrod, D. Moore, D. Hale 2nd Row: T. Watts, C. Hissam, B. Baker, W. Ford, D. Hunter, D.
Young, K. Hinderman, B. Hamilton, G. Minter, B. Kennemur.
170 Special Honors
All-District Volleyball Shannon Roberts, Missy
Drill Team Managers: Chris Gibson, Marin
Koldin, Melissa Smith
Beau Y Allan Wahlstrom
Last Look At
School Day. .
CLASS - sometimes strange
LUNCH - provides an
opportunity to talk with friends.
CLASS - Chawn Gilliland and
Greg Minter have a conference
with Mrs. Andrews.
PASSING PERIOD - a chance
for a brief break and some time to
After seven short months and
four deadlines we finally finished
another volume of the ,Ledoian.
The staff worked extra hard to
capture all the memories of the
'84--85 school year, but we could
not have done it without all the
help from our sponsors Mrs. Rowe
and Mrs. Gifford. Without them
this yearbooli would not be
This yearbook is for all the
faculty and students of Aledog but
most of all to the Senior class of
'85. We may not have captured all
the memories due to new state
laws, but we hope a smile will come
to your face as you flip through
these pages ten years from now. We
hope you will remember the good
times, the sad times, but most of all
the fun times.
The past three years on the
Annual Staff has been a lot of fun
and a lot of hard work. To all the
Annual Staffers in the past three
years, remember: trips to the storeg
talk of ordering out for pizzag
Christmas parties at TGI Fridayisg
yearbook seminarsg getting out of
class to help with picturesg learning
the real skill of cropping and
numbering picturesg carnation
salesg copy writingg doing and
redoing quad-paksg getting to know
Walterg and last, but not least, Closing 171
remember your beloved editor.
17 2 Dedicatio
In appreciation for the many years of hardwork, time, devo-
tion, and love that was given to the Aledo schools, the yearbook
staff dedicates the 19841-85 'Ledoian to Mr. Charles MeAnally,
who retired as Superintendent in June, 1984.
Darlin Jill" Five Times Grand Champion Heiier
1983-84 Grand Champion of Longhorn
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