Altus Senior High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Altus, OK)

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Computer science, badminton, advanced physiology, welding, modern languages, auto mechanics, and carpentry, clerical practice, drama, modern math, art, wrestling and commercial sewing, the list goes on and on. lt's all a part of today's multi-faceted educational pro- gram, preparation for eras ahead which may require multi-choices and frequent adiustments in outlook and occupation. TEMPERATURES of 100-plus failed to daunt the first-of-the-year spirit of Dan Iden, iunior, and Mike Jackson, sophomore. Table of Contents Multi-facets of Altus High ,.-,,, l Faculty and Administration ,,,,iii 18 Classes Seniors ooo.,.,. ,,,,,- 4 0 Juniors ,,,,,.,.,,o,os, -,-,,- 6 0 Sophomores , ,,oo co 70 Athletics ,,u,ooo.,.,.ou ssssss 8 0 Organizations s,ss,oooM -,uo,, 9 4 Personalities oo,.,.,Asss,ss uss,.,-,, I 40 Senior Biographies .sss-,. o.,,,,,,, I 73 Index oo..,os,ooo,,,,,,M,,,,,, u,,-,,,., 1 80 JUBILANT Ann Abernethy, senior, arrives on Bulldog Lane the morning after her selection as Junior Miss of Oklahom Ann typifies the many facets of Altus High School education Q , uoo it l-Nl NOW PHILOSOPHY Altus High School has varied facets Famed for its educational services to students, its district, state and nation, Altus High School has numerous facets. Among these is its cafeteria, reputed to be the nation's most beautiful. Like other structures on the 50-acre park- like campus, its exterior reveals little of the activities within its Walls. APPROXIMATELY 600 students lunch here each each week day, and more than 10,000 persons attended special events in this building during the year. xo H1 .B X Yu 'foe 06' Q VJ' A 'P ' O 2 2 'P A 1908 VOCATIONAL COURSES Job preparation begins in these high school classes More than a quarter-century ago Altus offered its first vocational course, agricul- ture. Ten years ago Distributive Education CHILD CARE, newest vocational course, is taught at the Learning Center. Four years olds, Wayne West and Sonia Small assemble a puzzle under watchful eyes of Ruth Henson, Sharon Stephens, Donna Mayrhoten, and Mrs. Robert Bolton. was added and tive years later computer programming here set a record tor the na- tion. ln I966 vocational carpentry and voca- tional auto mechanics ottered additional opportunities tor boys, and now commercial sewing and vocational child care otter skill training tor girls. All are Federally aided. VOCATIONAL CARPENTRY booth at County Fair was sponsored by Altus Home Builders. Kenny Bates shows slides while young spectator watches explains the model home fcenterl which VICA students will build full size this year. ON JOB TRAINING is part of Distributive Education program. David Beane checks merchandise supply for customer. 2 at S I t fix-9 fa , 6 , . : sr", - ,. ...I .....7.-..-- --- 8 PREPARATION for iob opportunities with industry, retail fashion world, as custom dress makers, and designers awaits girls who complete Commercial Sewing. Mrs. Del Ray Thomas instructs Fredricka Williams and Diane Russell on the proper procedures of using commercial machines. y ,. . . it ' F2311 ffyvfffys' r,:rl.i. " Q V' In A W ,. , S V. ' FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA sponsored the Children's Barnyard of young animals at the Jackson County Fair. Rex Cole, chapter president explains FFA program to a young fair visitor and men of the 4th Mobile Communications Unit at Altus Air Force Base who furnished and erected the shelter tent. OVERHAUL of the Activity Bus engine by Vocational Auto Mechanics students, Duane Lollis and Bobby Cullins, is supervised by Mr. Ray Vinyard, instructor. Advanced VAM students have skills capable of doing intricate motor and electrical system repairs. 3 v'i?r'liii?6'A' CUIIN 7 Y 1 R at we CURRICULUM Course offerings planned to suit varied futures Approximately sixty different courses are offered for students including those courses needed for college preparation at any univers- ity in the nation. College level courses in some fields make advanced standing possible for qualified students. AS BUSINESS becomes more computerized, DATA Processing becomes essential. Chipper Morgan, Johnnie Post, and Wayne Schmedt practice first year work on the RCA-301. EXERCISING can be fun is one of the basic concepts of physical , education. Soccer and softball are the fun way to build muscle coordination. -E i.-, :git y Q g y c. A ADVANCED COURSE emphasizes laboratory experience. Zoology students study microscopic protozoa. s?ifEgiY?'7?"'W5 'fff""""'U if , E 1 ' Q ...ff .. ' . ' g I' in 5 , 1 g r " 'k.' . FIRST PRACTICE in short hand symbol writing requires full time concentration of Carol Bates and Sybil Armstead. AMERICAN HISTORY is brought to life for members of Mrs. Robert Clayton's section where posters for and against presidential candidates were made by students. Barbara Ferrell 's was among thqse displayed. RAPT ATTENTION is given a lesson in grammer by use of overhead transparencies by Mrs. Dorothy Wells. SITTING at adjoining drawing board, Arthur Valdez explain mechanical drawing instructions in Spanish to Charles Smith of Mexico City who only speaks Spanish. HONORS Scholarship, citizenship highlights honor awards When Merit Semi-Finalists and Merit Commenda- tion Winners are announced each year at least half of The AHS honorees have Transferred to another high school with their Air Force fathers. This year one Merit Semi-Finalist, and three commendation awardees, are at other schools. In addition to Those placing in The Top one and Two percent of The na- tion, approximately TO percent more of The Class of 1969 placed in The Top five percent scholas- Tically. AT Girls State and Girls Nation AHS students not only gained The Top office, but numerous lesser ones, and Boys State delegates achieved offices also. Altus FFA, winning Top awards annually, came Through again This year aT both Tulsa and Oklahoma City State Fairs. ,ywwm BOYS STATE Delegates discuss experiences. They are Ronny Babione, Rusty Chapman, Mark Snell, and Scott Whiteside. v C., ,,,, ,. ,,, f :Qu '. i, 'riig-:fi if . 'iff' fir NATIONAL MERIT semifinalists take a test to determine GIRLS STATE was held at Central State College AHS finalists ratings. Principal Jerry Doyle informs Nancy delegates are Jan Mahan, Kay Heidebrecht .Jill Click Craven of her semifinalist status. and Renee McMahan. I I 6 Q ,. ,fjQfl5'l iw ,m, f""f' frww jk -A-.,......s.,,3 .vi?"W' I ,.,,,Mem1i,ig,jg' I -sa 1 . " yv M X in SECOND PLACE winner at Tulsa State Fair in farm equipment was Dick Haas. He entered combine trailer in foreground. ELECTED GOVERNOR of Oklahoma Girls State, Jill Click was a delegate to Girls Nation. In Washington she interviewed Oklahoma Congressman Jim Smith at the capitol. COMMENDATION winners in the National Merit Test each receive a certificate of merit. Mr. Adrian Rankin, counselor, presents awards to Scott Whiteside, Renee McMahan, and Thurma Jo Bryce. They ranked in the top two percent of the nation. V, S , fi I M1 f L, WW Wi' 8 SUMMER ART SEMINAR students choose Saturday afternoon tranquility to sketch favorite portions of the administrationaclassrocm building. use wr CREATIVE ARTS Achievement requires originalit For many students high school is their first opportunity to express individual talents. Some do it with paint lorushes, a typewriter or camera, others with songs, dances, and musical instruments. It all adds up to high school memories for everyone, and to vocational choices tor participants who find creative expression rewarding and enioyable. talent and W ork int FN SCRIPT FOR the next assembly is studied F, ' by Mike Stitcher and Mrs. Earl Herron, A V N speech teacher. Marilyn Smith displays l f x ,.,M-"""'w a poster to be used for a mock ' f , campaign slogan. INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION by Mr. Kenneth Cox, vocal music JOURNALISM STUDENTS Pam Jones, Rancy Muse and Kathy director helps develop voice quality. As a result Altus Varsity Lott select negatives for quality in preparation for coverage Choir became honor choir for All State Chorus. of President Johnson s visit IQ I0 ART students Christy Wright and Benny Sherman sketch portions of backdrop for all school production "The Unsinkable Molly Brown." THAT ALTUS BAND returns to bleachers after a half-time show that b h from spectators. roug t a standing ovation "' BULLDOG BOOSTERS were tried in a mock trial for lack of pep. Charge was not guilty and first pep assembly proceeded. Assemblies are produced with the cooperation of drama, vocal music, art and band departments. ll ALTUS JUNIOR COLLEGE Higher education at home reality for AHS graduates MODERN administration building also contains college auditorium and classroom facilities. Since its founding forty-three years ago, Thousands of students have begun preparation for careers in medicine, education, agriculture, and scores of other professions at Altus Junior Col- lege. Summer courses attract high school graduates from two states and six counties. By tall 1969 the AJC cam- pus will have tour buildings of con- temporary architecture, all completely air conditioned. These include admin- istration, library, vocational, and lab- oratory classrooms. QUICK get-together of victorious candidates included these AHS graduates: Doug Culp, sophomore president, Joy Mills, student senate secretary, Shirley Jones, senate vice-president, Mark Whitlock, senate president, Richard Hill, freshman vice- president, Gary Higgs, freshman senate representa- tive, Gaylon Jackson, freshman president, and Q Marty McAnallen, freshman secretary. LABORATORY BUILDING to be near completion will house chemistry, modern language, and electronic office machines. sw, ,ls CITIZENSHIP Students participate in school, community affairs Preparation tor active roles as interested citizens neering, Art, the vocational departments, Music, begins in school, and Altus students are encour- and Pep Club. ' aged to enter activities. All clubs are open to any Class elections provide early opportunities student who meets qualifications such as Span- each year for both new arrivals and native stu- ish, French or Latin, Journalism, Biology, Engi- dents to get acquainted, and work together. l SOPHOMORES meet in the Field House to hold their class -gf , election. Largest class in the history of AHS, they have nearly ' 350 members. NEW UNIFORMS, for the Pep Club modeled by Sophomore Marilyn Talley, left, and Jan Mahan, president, were first worn at the Woodward game. NEIGHBORHOOD Youth Corps Hospital Aide Gayle Adams checks the temperature of Mrs. Dennis Norman at Memorial Hospital. 13 CHANGING CAMPUS Park-like landscaping background for buildings Summer, fall, winter and spring bring climatic changes to the 50-acre AHS campus, but the real campus, that of more than 900 persons, changes with each hour. Because The collegiate style grounds are spacious, students have favorite spots where they meet friends before and after school, or during the hurried moments between class changes. To each, the area has special and personal memories. -as-..-5 K ,H 4, .1 , x PATIO AREA is first stop for hundreds each morning to catch up on what was gt S "LW . f seen and done since the last bell of yesterday. HOW TO change classes and arrive on time is an art AHS students learn long before they go to college. l SPECIAL PURPOSE Music Education, housing vocal music and band, and Vocational Education housing agriculture, shop, vocational carpentry and vocational auto mechanics face across Bulldog Lane. ff pil ef' 2,542 A ,. . I My rm - g - i A ,e,. 111-- . --L VJ., V In L15 It I I My mn I ' .. ,V 1 ..,-- V -3 . :.,V w,ifK53g W we """""'i1-.I , H 4 , yr' A H' f N ,lp 5550. 4 f i:-il fr fwl 'I K 4 :M Y W g K g fnivskdbu . 5 4 , V,V n , wg I 77 5 i In K 5 I ij . V K 4, H . R RQ' .. ' , . r . .i M gs, '-ii.fggfqe1,,.,-...A We s!':m , A V Ak H N M, S X . r, QMFWQ1 iw ' " ' W' ' we A -- MQWWWWKW' ' "wh ' 'N we 'ii' " .Sf Q , . Q, ,.-, L RAIN, SNOW, SUN are all a part of the AHS campus K ' V' f -N year. rmsr ASSEMBLY of the term caught students X' I unprepared for rain and they run for cover as they ,fi n" T 'W emerge from the auditorium clutching new A ' handbooks. SNOW BANKS drifted around concrete fx! 4 7 benches creating rare winter effect between main 'f building and cafeteria. MAINTENANCE chief Mr. Alfred Tidwell operates the power mower to get front lawn in perfect condition before enrollment. 15 ACTIVITIES Student memorials add beaut , usefulness For more Than Three decades Altus Senior Classes have dedicated their class funds To a memorial for Their school. Among These are campus landscaping, sidewalks, patios, campus benches, stage lights, chandeliers, mosaics murals and inter-communication I I systems. NEWEST MEMORIAL, the Bulletin Board gift of Class of 1968 is consulted by David Schultz, senior and Scott Brantley, sophomore, CLASS OF 1969 officers, Scott Whiteside, president, Mark Snell, vice-president, and Jeanne Bennett, secretary-treasurer, stand beneath The Venetian glass memorial of the Class of l959 as they discuss 1969 suggestions. PHYSICS TEACHER Mr. Herman Babb and his students enioy gag reaction of students during luncheon period before the Putnam City West and Altus game. Called the Bulldog Spirit Re-Charger, students were given a mild electric shock when they touched the magic button. 'I6 YEAR OF CHANGE Ll T4 6 Student interest high in general election, C-5A Four years from now many high school seniors may be casting valid votes for the President of the United States. Teens could not vote at the polls this year, but were avid workers for the party of their choice anyway. With 40 percent of the student body dependents of Altus Air Force Base personnel, changeover from Strategic Air Command to Military Air Command has added significance, and arrival of first C-5A crews for training in April made the world's largest plane a frequent topic of discussion. Both the elections and new mission for AAFB will bring changes of major degree for school and community. FRIENDLY RIVALS, Jeanne Ann Freeman, left, a young Republican, and Lynnette Stowe, a Democratic Teen, compare campaign materials. Jeanne Ann's senatorial candidate won, and Lynnette's congressional candidate. SPECIAL GUESTS of Col. William Smith, commander of Altus Air Force Base, were COLLAR newspaper and BULLDOG staffers, Jennie Buchanan and Renee McMahan, seniors and Dan lken, iunior, when members of the working press including newspaper, television, radio and magazines, were briefed at unveiling of the eight-ton C-5A simulator in background. i iii' r r ,, .. - , 1... mi? it 1 1 f H90 I H1 X B Q si' Cory 6, an cn f CV 47 O :J :gms 2 E P ,: rf : ,f O L r IN 1908 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION Work sessions for Altus High teachers included issuance of materials needed before first class meetings of the term. Shirt-sleeved, Mr. Jerry Doyle principal, spent summer hours planning final details. BOARD OF EDUCATION-ADMINISTRATION Superintendent, board members guide progress Altus High School has established a national reputation for the accom- plishments of its graduates in com- puter science, mathematics, bio- chemistry, and a variety of fine arts and liberal arts fields. Long range planning, and constant research in educational needs of the future by Mr. Clifford Peterson, superinten- dent, and the Board of Education, has made this progress possible. These men are well aware that the Class of 1981 is in first grade class- rooms this year. Tomorrow's future must be decided today. TELEGRAM of confirmation of a new Title Ii allocation under the Elementary and Secondary Act is read by Mr. Clifford Peterson, superintendent. DRAMATIC MEMENT arrives as bids are opened in October for the new laboratory-classroom building of Altus Junior College now under construction. Thousands of AHS graduates will use its facilities during future years. Mr. Clifford Peterson, left foreground, and Mrs. Walter Cross, Clerk of the Board, right center, re-checks figures. Others from left are Dean Cecil Chesser, AJC, Mr. Bailey Snow, administrative assistant, Mr. John Rogers, Federal Housing representative from Little Rock, Mr. Eugene Bryce, board member, Mr. W. A. Appleby, architect, Mrs. Cross, Dr. C. G. Russell, Mr. Hatton McMahan, and Mr. Joe Buck, board members. sud., APPROVAL of another new vocational course for Altus High gets enthusiastic response from Board of Education members meeting in their conference room this spring. From left members are Mr. Joe Buck, Mr. Jack Colville, Mr. Hatton McMahan, president, Mr. Eugene Bryce, vice president, Dr. C. G. Russell. Elected to five year terms, with one member elected each year, Board of Education members serve without pay. Meetings are held at least once monthly, and may last far into the night when numerous matters are to be discussed. All members of Altus Schools Board of Educa- tion are college educated, and are successful business and professional men. They contribute their talents and time to helping further the educational opportunities of the district for stu- dents today and in the future. SELDOM SEEN by high school students, these two school executives, Mrs. Walter Cross and Mr. Bailey Snow, spend hours each day at the Board of Education building on matters concerning all students. These include activity accounts, budget allocations, transportation, textbooks and equipment. 21 Pr1nc1pal s off1ce school mformation, activity nucleus "Ask Mr. Doyle", "Mrs. Kiker will know", "Have you asked Mr. STarr'?", may be heard in almosT any classroom at any hour of any day. Add To This The scores of quesTions which musT be asked The guidance office, and The myriad Tasks which are performed by The personnel in The principals office. lT all adds up To The deTails handled in a single day in aiding almosT 900 sTudenTs gain a beneficial educaTion. Much of The smoothness which characTerizes This office can be aTTribuTed To The unruffled aTTiTude of Mr. Jerry Doyle, who compleTes his second year as AHS principal This May. His philosophical "LeT's visiT abouT This," solves prob- lems boTh for faculTy and sTudenT body. ATHLETIC SCHEDULES for all Teams and absent slips consume much of The time of Mr. Bill Starr, athletic and attendance direcTor. s A 2 T T ,,,, ,,,c ,,, r T r ssss A A rrrr The Bulldog staff s an example of his many duties ,,,, at ' T, ss" "sl ifllrg '-LW 1' .. than -.1 .. get I , K X ... RECORDS of all business transactions, student transfers, and periodic grades are kept by Mrs. Ersa Kiker, school secretary, and Mrs. Bud Spruiell, educational secretary. F' , L 51 S. .. - 'fl - is . 1 3 W" l ,S 'I f .........-. RECENTLY PURCHASED - electric mimeographing 9' df' ,J .."', .5 V' machine is operated by ve vs--A teachers aide Mrs. t Robert Killebrew. STUDENTS' LIVES are guided by full-time counselor, Mr. Adrian Rankin. Seniors and sophomores are Mr. Rankin's main concerns. uf ,ox ev'-ry MR. W. C. DAVIS has M.A. and M.S. from the University of Oklahoma. MRS. ERSA KIKER is a graduate of Groves-Barnhart Business College, Madison, Wisconsin. MRS. ROBERT KILLEBREW attended Cameron State College, Lawton. MR. ADRIAN RANKIN, holds an M.A. from Oklahoma State University. MRS. BUD SPRUIELL attended Southwest Teachers College, San Marcos, Texas. MR. BILL STARR holds an M.S. from Oklahoma University. JUNIORS' COUNSELOR, Mr. W. C. Davis, is also administrator of Adult Education at Altus Schools l-eafnlng Cenlef- MV- Davis' daY is divided between his two offices. H BUSINESS EDUCATION Space age machines aid in learning clerical skills r I I . 5 E i TABULATOR settings are explained by Miss Glade Clemons to her Typing I class. V' fran' f' I as at .ia- M" ii s .Si MIS5 GLADE CLEMONS, M.B.A., attended Central State College, West Texas State, and OU. She teaches Business English and Typing I. MRS. J. C. HICKS, M.S., attended Southwestern State and received her master's in business at OU. Mrs. Hicks teaches computer related math and data processing. MRS. WILLIE MACKEW, B.S., attended Langston University and Northeastern State College. She teaches five sections of Typing I. MRS. N. H. WILLIAMS, B.S., attended Cameron Junior College and Central State College. She teaches Typing ll, shorthand and world history. MR. NICK WOLFE, M.A., attended OU and Southwestern State College. Mr. Wolfe teaches bookkeeping, Business Math, clerical practice and geography. 24 HOT LINE to Oklahoma City Civil Defense Center is demonstrated by Mrs. J. C. Hicks to Mrs. Willie Mackey when she visits the DATA Processing Lab. we E I f I. gn .I 5' if gg . l Business education is constantly expanding. New laboratory facilities in calculating machines and dictating machines are used by students daily. Most recent addition to this department is a 392,000 high speed tape recorder capable of storing complete biographical data on every student who has ever attended Altus Public Schools. Skills learned in these courses provide vocational opportunities immediately upon graduation. Students in state colleges and uni- versities are able to earn SIOO a week while completing their college curriculum. sf .tt' 1. l' HEALTH AND SAFETY New course supplements Driver Education semester Among the new courses added to Altus High School's curriculum is Health and Safety, a semester course. Enrollees in Health and Safety are taught basic funda- mentals of human anatomy, first aid, and emergency measures. Majority of students taking Driver's Education, a semester course, elect to enroll in Health and Safety to complete the school term. Driver's Education students learn proper driving techniques and laws governing highways and roads. Altus High has tour Driver's Education cars on the move tour hours a day every school day. lf a student becomes ill during school, a school nurse is on hand to prescribe treatment and if necessary to transport him to a doctor. Nurses also administer polio immunization and other inoculations to ward off an epidemic. FOOTBALL SAFETY EQUIPMENT belonging to Johnny Hill is inspected by Coach Bob Wenk before the State Playoff. l DIAGRAM of circulatory system is explained by Coach Bob Hart, Health and Safety instructor, to Pam Tims, sophomore student. .rg ,zu .,.. ,I t MR. GARY COFFEY, M.T., attended Southwestern State College, Weatherford. He teaches Driver's Education and coaches girls' basket- ball. MRS. JOHN ELLIOTT, B.S. in physical education, attended Oklahoma State University. She teaches girls' physical education at AHS. MR. JIM CROMARTIE, B.S. attended the University of New Mexico, He teaches sociology and is assistant football coach. He will be 1969 head football Coach. MRS, WALTER McANALLAN, R.N., graduate of Southern Methodist School of Nursing, Dallas, tained the AHS STBH in 1966 as head of the health service. MR, ROBERT WENK, B.S., is a graduate of the University of New Mexico. He teaches Driver's Education and is head football coach. He also coaches track. MR. ART YOUNG, M.ED., has attended AJC, 'OBU, and OU. He teaches Driver's Education and coaches the AHS golf team. 25 t I I ln. I st., if FINE ARTS Vocal music, art, band provide cultural enrichment To the student who is interested in Fine Arts, Altus High offers a full curriculum in art and in vocal and instrumental music. Because of its outstanding facilities, Altus was once again selected to host regional band contests. Through "top rate" entertaining and exhibits, art and vocal music departments have infested looth school and community with the highly contagious bug known as "art appreciation." , MR. KENNETH COX, M.A., was graduated from Oklahoma City University and North Texas State University. He teaches vocal music and is a nationally known specialist on the changing voice. MRS. MONICA KAY CRUM, B.S., in Ceramics attended Illinois State University at Normal, Illinois. She teaches Art I at A.H.S. MR. JEFF DOUGHTEN, M.T., attended West Texas State University and Southwestern State College. He is head band director and teaches music theory and stageband. MR. LARRY A. HARRIS, M.T. and B.M.E., at- tended West Texas State University and Southwestern State College. He is assist- ant band director at A.H.S. MRS. RICHARD MAFFRY, B.S., attended Northeast Missouri State Teachers College. She teaches Art l, Art II, and Art Ill. MR. DOIS l. PACE, received his masters from Southwestern State College and also attended West Texas University. He is assistant band director at A.H.S. Q f I ' 3 I, ,N V xfsf ., FA A 3 f e . -:vii-1.12 5 -. ' 5-ggwzm ,ff if ,L . tp' ' ' it 7 Y 1 Mr. JEFF DOUGHTEN, band director, auditions bass player, Ken Ward, on memory test for regional marching contest. SUGGESTIONS ON DESIGN are given art students, Pat Dodson and Johnnie Robinson, by Mrs. Richard Maffry. 26 FOREIGN LANGUAGES Language facilities lead to World-Wide opportunities "Functional knowledge of the language" is the aim of language instruction at A.H.S. Faculty members who study and visit in foreign lands, modern electronic laboratories, student clubs, and the school's migrant education facilities offer out-of-text-book experiences which prepare stu- dents for iob openings, travel abroad, college admission, and, in the case of Latin, for back- ground knowledge necessary for entering study in certain scientific fields. Altus High's language students consistently place high on national tests and in district and state competition with other schools, and in inter-club activity events. Q its 'E at I i K gi ,1 1 .., Haig M W 1: W MRS. DALE CULVER, M.Ed., attend- ed OU and the University of Grenoble, France. She teaches Latin and French and sponsors these language clubs. MRS. D. M. EWING, M.A., attended OU, UCLA, and Interamerican University, Sal- tillo, Mexico. She teaches Spanish I and is one of the Spanish Club sponsors. MRS. BOB ROOKER, M.A., attended OSU, OU, and is a grad- uate of the Interamerican Univers- it She teaches S anish II and is Y- P the other Spanish Club sponsor. ,,L . i . ff N fffhifiwm i V F xx J f Q X Q W '-EWU ip. ,W WZ. sf ,dfllfy 'Q INDIVIDUAL attention on verb coniugation aids Barbara Ferrell in Mrs. Culver's French II class. A LANGUAGE ARTS Effective communication leads to informed world MRS. BILL BRINKMAN, B.A., attended Southwestern State College at Weatherford. She teaches English Ill and is a iunior class sponsor. MISS BESSIE BROGAN, M.A. in English attended OCU, OU, and Texas Women's University. She is high school librarian. MRS. WELDON FERRIS, M.A., attended OU, OCLA, and OSU. She teaches journalism, sponsors the school newspaper and yearbook and directs the school public relations. MRS. PAUL FLIPPIN, B.A., attended OU, SWSC, and CU. She teaches English IV, sponsors pep club and the iunior class, and directs plays. MRS. EARL HERRON, B.A., attended Oklahoma College of Liberal Arts and OU. She teaches Speech I and ll and sponsors the senior class. MR. JOHN KNIGHT, B.A., graduated from SWSC. He teaches English ll and is a night class English teacher at AJC. Student proficiency in both oral and written com- munication is the aim of language arts instruction at Altus High. English usage, as well as classical and modern literature, is studied by all students. Additional experiences in using the proper methods of communication are provided for those who elect to study iournalisrn, speech, andfor dramatics. Journalism students publish the monthly newspaper. Speech enrollees pre- pare their own materials and gain a wide variety of experiences in presenting them to audiences. Those interested in dramatics participate in school assemblies, class plays, and in the all- school production. Through a combination of these experiences pupils are able to meet the challenge of communicating successfully in both their in-school and out-of-school world. LINGUISTIC sentence structure is taught by English II instructor, Mr. John Knight. 28 f, ,.. ,. ,V HG .g s . ., , . my f i. x T7 s t. ' if V li .V 'Wh - K- 4. If fi its t x it M 9" ' ll ""'7l,2'h Ns -c K. Y 7' I . 'Qt iff L X' 4 S X'14,1'.'r' rs- . c s Q 'Z L-V 1 ' A .aw L,', I II: ,- . .1 Xiu S 'ts .. 'fs A . "I I ' in fs 2 we 5' 7 ? I' I :X we , , W. .sf ss... W, tit SK. lt' 1 ifili X. ati Wm., s-Q l MRS. EDWARD POWERS, B.S., attended Abilene Christian College. She teaches English II at AHS, her first year here. MRS. B. M. SKIDMORE, M.T., has attended Northwestern State College, SWSC, Wichita University, and OU. She teaches English III and IV. MRS. DOROTHY WELLS, M.T., attended OCLA, SWSC, and Western State in Colorado. She teaches English Il. MRS. HAROLD WHITWORTH, M.T., has done both graduate and undergraduate work at Southwestern State. She teaches English III. DIAGRAMMING complex sentences for sophomore student is Mrs. Edward Powers. Janet Hudson awaits explanation. PATRIOTIC speeches created problems for Speech I students as the speechs were video-taped. Mrs. Earl Herron gives suggestions for solutions to Brenda Bryce and Glyna Marple. MATH AND SCIENCE Three new courses added to increased curriculum FaculTy members of The maTh and science deparT- menTs were among The TirsT in The naTion To be recognized as NaTional DeTense EducaTion Schol- ars. They have consisTenTIy aTTended boTh surn- mer and year-long insTiTuTes sponsored by The NaTionaI Science FoundaTion. These deparTmenTs offer courses in Modern MaTh, which includes Algebra I, Algebra ll, TrigonorneTry, Solid Geom- eTry, and AnalyTics, Bond ChemisTry, BSCS Bi- ology, Modern Physics and CompuTer Science. MR. BUEL GARVIN, M.Ed., attended Texas ChrisTian and OSU. He teaches biology, zoology, and sponsors a biology club. MR. ARTHUR JANTZ, Masters from SWSC in natural sciences and biology. l He teaches biology and sponsors a biology club. K S MR. R. J. LOCKHART, M.T., attended OU, New I I I Mexico Military -Institute and SWSC. He teaches Earth Science, Chem. I, and economics. MRS. R. .l. T :'ii . LOCKHART, M.Ed., attended Carnegie Tech, Arizona University, OU, and SWSC. She teaches chemistry V . and sponsors the senior class and JETS. K. Y -f was A 1 AITus High School was one of The TirsT high schools To make available To iTs sTudenTs modern maTh courses. Six years ago a compuTer maTh course was creaTed. This year High School AriTh- meTic, EarTh Science, and Biology ll, which in- cludes zoology and boTany, were added. AnoTher recent developmem is The addiTion of a unified modern math curriculum which will allow TirsT grade sTudenTs To begin a course of sTudy and conTinue it Through Their sophomore year in iunior college. MATH PUZZLE from "The Maihematics Teacher" is read by Mr. Dennis Norman To members of his modern math class. 30 .Y i , Mfgg,,,.,gir , A HUMAN MUSCLE model illustrates Mr. Buel Garvin's class lecture. Physiology is a new first term course. i 'PDS' J ,,.v--" " METHOD FOR PROVING mathematic theorem is explained by Mr. Cortis Martin to geometry student Barbara Tyree. CLASS DISCUSSION on the circulatory system of animals is lead by Mr. Arthur Jantz, new member of the science faculty. MR. HERMAN R. BABB, B.S., in math, attended Murray State Junior College, OSU, and SWSC. He teaches physics and high school arithmetic. MRS. KENNETH HOLT, B.S., attended Altus Junior College, Oklahoma University, and Southwestern State. She teaches Algebra ll, trigonometry, and analytics. MR. DENNIS NORMAN, M.S., attended SWSC, OU, and OSU. He teaches Algebra ll and geometry. MR. CORTIS MARTIN, B.A., attended SWSC, OU, OSU, and Midshipman's School at Notre Dame University. He teaches plane geometry. 31 NEWS PICTURES of national importance are displayed for discussion in Mr. David Brown's American history classes. SIX-FOOT-FOUR-INCH Mr. Chester Harrington prepares for lecture to his American History classes. t C 4 , f , t r MR. DAVID BROWN, B.S., Southeastern State Col- lege, teaches American history and world history and is assistant football coach. MRS. ROBERT CLAYTON, B.A., attended Nyack College and Asbury College in New York. She teaches Amer- ican history. MR. ANTON EDMONSON, M.Ed., has studied at Cameron, SWSC, and Western State College at Gunnison, Colorado. He teaches world history. MR. CLESTER HARRINGTON, B.S., is a Tulsa University Alumnus with majors in social studies and physical education. He teaches American History and coaches basketball. MR. BOB HART, B.S., graduate of Southwestern State teaches world history, health and safety, and is assistant football coach. MARK McCRACKEN, B.S., Oklahoma State University, teaches history and is the wrestling coach. MR. ROY RISNER, M.S., studied at Southwestern State, Texas Tech, and Southern California. He teaches psychology. MR. RAY TAHSUDA holds a master's degree from Southwestern State, and is continuing advanced graduate work at OU. He teaches American his- tory, coaches baseball. 32 - is Yin? . ,... . S SOCIAL STUDIES Fortunate students in class during eventful year Quadrennial years provide an abundance ot sig- nificant material tor class discussion. Only once in every tour years students are fortunate enough to be enrolled in Social Studies courses during such an opportune time. Election of a President furnished excellent debate topics. On a worldwide scope 1968 Olympics yielded in- formation tor discussions of both the new na- tions, as well as those with long histories. Knowledge ot current events is vital for young adults soon to be participating citizens in today's rapidly advancing world. ALTUS BUSINESSMAN, Mr. Roy Risner, doubles as a psychology instructor. During this class period, he discusses the six human defense mechanisms. 1, sl. V i tccc 1 E7 -' , ,f,, , ,,s, :fave , , ,- Q ,Z .M it t I s Y ,E g S57 ij? 5 t st 1- W A-s..,, X gc is qi ,gf 2 - V Q 1, f 1 I , te A :v'iI,,:d ::s ff ' t f, K K ,Ag t-5-14'AW-Una fi.. 1 E. gg, 5 t.t.g g ,, .3-tty, .' Q , Me, , H g1?a-.SX V, W . , i -lp, gy yg c s.s g,,, Q Q , lf it sg f r "Tift ,- ks 'Tie 1. 1, t- , 5 M V z,,Y,ti1: zV t f l! gr ti , si gggwg: tg "9 19 'gt 9 ' Q 1 H, """"-'-Q-+....,,NN-MNM W """Nllv-.., CHAMPION COLLEGIATE WRESTLER, Mr Mark McCracken, ioined Altus High School's faculty this year upon his return from Viet Nam. VOCATIONAL EDUCATION Skills for immediate and future use are learned L 65, - .9 EQ MR. ROBERT KILLEBREW, M.S., teaches vocational carpentry. He attended Central State College and SWSC. MR. KENT METCALF, B.S., attended OSU and teaches Vocational Agriculture I, II, Ill, and IV. He is FFA advisor at AHS, MR. PAUL ROACH, B.B.A. and M-S., attended New Mexico University, OU, and OSU. He teaches distributive education and sponsors DECA. MR. WILLIAM SHAFER, M.S., attended OSU, and East Central State. He teaches mechanical and engineering drawing and is the audiovisual coordinator. MR, RAY VINYARD, vocational auto mechanics instructor, attended Oklahoma State University, and operated his own auto mechanics business before becoming a fulltime instructor. CORRECT PROCEDURES tor operating a proiector are demonstrated by Mr. William Shafer to Michael Saindon. Such instruction enables students to run various machines in their classrooms. R Ns ,E is Q .TQ -f. , I ., .Q .. W gwygy -su:-ggi V. Q N: J I 4 SURVEYING the lot for this year's building site, Mr. Robert Killebrew supervises the erection of a three bedroom brick home on San Ann by vocational carpentry students. Vocational education at Altus High School began 26 years ago with the introduction ot Vocational Agriculture. Hundreds of graduates who have taken this course have chosen for their lifetime vocation some phase of agriculture. In the spring ot I967, Vocational Carpentry and Voca- tional Auto Mechanics vvere added under the Vocational Education Act. Graduates ot these courses are adequately equipped to enroll in engineering and architecture courses in technical schools, colleges, and universities, or to begin work immediately after finishing high school. liiifsrye- 3, . .. wc.-- ig .. .., . A. ' A .. A . .. 'its S ,Ace .. ,pf O ' -wr 5. .Ll A ' S . .W STL t . s, silk. 'if' .. M . , lg- 3.931 ,, ,. . ,,,. ,S s'9Cf""" W YW 'Mfr di" , 3, K gc. - . .. ...ffl 'gl . -gf A u wx' - V... r. ff . , . Yffc ,... l l , , Z . . . 11 i LATEST FASHION in cuffs are discussed by Mona Gafford and Mrs. Del Ray Thomas, Commercial Sewing instructor, RUSH SCHEDULE at Altus School's Learning Center where she teaches Vocational Child Care is kept by Mrs. Robert Bolton. MRS. ROBERT BOLTON, B.S., attended OSU, and graduated from OCLA. She teaches Vocational Home Economics. MRS. ORA l. LITTLEJOHN, M.T., attended OCLA, OU, OSU, and SWSC. She teaches Home Economics l, II, and III and is a sophomore sponsor. MRS. DEL RAY THOMAS, B.A., graduated from Daniel Baker of Southwestern University. She teaches commercial sewing and sponsors FHA. Vocational Education for the weaker sex was added to Altus High School's curriculum in 1967 This consisted ot the introduction ot Vocational Sewing. Enrollees in this course are able to sew their own clothing as well as that ot members ot their tamilies or friends. This year Vocational Child Care was added. Child Care students learn the fundamentals tor employment as aides in nursery schools,conva- lescent homes, both 'tor children and the aged, and as ottice aides tor physicians. PROPER METHOD to employ to assure a straight hem is explained to Betty Horton by Mrs. Ora Littlejohn. Classmates Kathleen Prince and Barbara Durrough listen to the explanation. 35 FOOD SERVICE 'f Students utilize snack food bar, cafeteria privileges When one stops to realize that the number of stomachs in the school equals the number of school population, then the work of the cafe- teria and snack bar staff assumes greater pro- portions. Three times a day they face hordes of hungry youngsters and teachers. The food never runs short and hunger is not prerequisite for enjoying the varied menus planned far ahead. ENTHUSIASTIC boys help themselves to extra milk and rolls as they go through the cafeteria line. SANDWICHES, COKES, AND SNACKS are constantly on the menu at the P.E. Snack Bar. Mrs. C. O. Thurman, manager, starts a fresh supply of home-made sandwiches for the noon time rush. FOOD SERVICE STAFF MEMBERS: Mrs. C. J. Doyle, Mrs. John Oakley, Mrs. Eulan Carter, Mrs. Clyde Yates, Mrs. Glen Ball, and Mrs. Amos Leverett, prepare a well-balanced meal for high school students every morning of the year. E53 .1 52,5 25 ' SERVICE STAFF Maintenance facilities, buses are kept up to date A school building is not impervious to wear. Its halls and rooms show signs of use, windows break, filing cabinets iam. Custodial staff mem- bers are entrusted with a task that never ends. Students in years to come will continue to reap the benefits of their efforts to maintain a well- kept school. Qt' 'TK THIS GROUP has the tedious iob of maintaining top condition of grounds and buildings. FRONT ROW: Mr. Billy Jones, Mr. Joe Ray, Mr. Joe Black, Mr. Alfred Tidwell. BACK ROW: Mr. Bill Stayton, Mr. George Shanks, Mr. Gilmer Hull, and Mr. Jess Dodson. !.l!!l. BUS DRIVING STAFF includes these Junior College students who must be alert both physically and mentally before they are assigned their routes. Drivers are Gary Bond, Doug Culp, Jimmy King, Gary Colhouer, Bill Adams, Ron Alexander, Jerry Reeves, John Disrnore, Mike Simpson, and Darryl Cope. Mr. Pete Tidwell supervises bus maintenance. 37 'W - , -. -- ,.....,..,.'Mf,.-... M., ?i"m i 1- N ,, is -W 1 lilbnaqk, . , kms -1:4 x - , W-W2- M' im J . I iw , - .,,,.. U if 1 f'N : M J' sn? 1 fm .ik"..,i ,E f eg ,,,, Qf't'.x if ffwu.,-+6 .M i f 4 .9 in In fi-Ita. l ' . y . 4 . 3 W' Q 1. 1 l xo H1 f- f R 0 we S 'S' Q in Cn I x O w 'h fx D lei? 3 3 PP QQ l lkcfgmo 1903 CLASSES Summer-like fall weather was made to order for the Bulldog Lane pep rally preceding the Altus-Woodward game. Activity facets such as this unite all age groups. SENIORS Class officers discuss year's group activities Leadership for The various organizaTions on The campus of AlTus High School is provided by The upper classmen. Having parTicipaTed in The various acTiviTies previously, seniors are usually considered besT qualified To head These groups. Two hundred sixTy-seven seniors were en- rolled aT The beginning of The second sernesTer, an all-Time record Tor AHS. Few addiTions were expecTed during The laTTer parT of The Term, buT some seniors did ioin The Class of 1969 during The final weeks as The big change-over goT underway aT AlTus Air Force Base. UTILIZING a moment beTween classes, senior officers Talk over The possibility of using the patio area as the site for a spring class meeTing. Shown are Mark Snell, vice presidem, Scott Whiteside, president, and Jeanne Benneh, secreTary-treasurer. gi. , 'FU' ANN ABERNETHY CRYSTAL ABERNATHY BARBARA ABOUSSIE GAYLE ADAMS JIM ADCOCK ,L tg -.af KI' PHYLLIS ADDISON NITA ALEXANDER ROGER ALLEN JEANETTE AMEN GAYLON ASHLEY 40 X . XX ' X XL JAMES AUSTIN RONNY muon: MIKE amen JERREL smzxsn asm nmuzerr 'W f L H' qi at ' , N ,3 w ,f 7 1 RITA BARRETT CLIFFORD BATCHELOR CAROL BATES SANDRA BATES PAMELA BAZILE ' vp L' Wi -,i J! STEVE BEM :Ames anvens T QR ,fr 9 f i" ,. 0' TRYING OUT for cast positions for all-school production "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" are David Byrd and Mary Jeanne Fancher. CHARLES BELL JEANNE BENNETT 41 fl. 5 L1 rg, V x fiiv v-wr , 'q?'-22 zf4"N 'vm x a x '- Q K sn '51 f' ALAN BERRYMAN DONNIE BEVERS SHELLEY BIDDY JOE BN-LMAN LINDA BISHOP N SENIORS Class of '69 prepares for f-,Q I 1 g , mformed c1t1zensh1p ,M Aff-'fx wxfs, in ai ss Q ffhs A .ww gp? 5 Y' NZ ii 1 ,Q ' Xl 'Y -. 5 sz LOOKING OVER suggestions for class announcemenis are senior DONNA BLACKBURN STEPHEN BLOOM sponsors, Mrs. R. J. Lockhart, Mr. Art Young, and Mrs. Earl Herron. iljfpf is CAROL BOI-ING TERRY BRADFORD LINDA sRADsHAw cscu anewen HMMY BRIDGES , -nv -Q.. Wm l 'GREGORY BROWN BRENDA BRYCE THURMA 10 BRYCE -wv+" BUCHANAN DANNY BUSH DAVID BYRD CARPENTER PAM CASTANEDO WESLEY CASTANEDO PATTY CASTLE l "Ui 5 , ' - if his f X 4 af ' f V . 1 if ' :'QE5E?:E23f'p::gQIg,,55g. 5 L- ,. !E?g,!aa3Qf 'rgif5:'-:rp 1 L ,enq- CHAPMAN SANDRA CHAPMAN LOUELLA CHESSER RUN CHESSER JILL CLICK HALL PASSES, red wooden cylinders, issued each teacher at first faculty meeting prove fo be useful device Sarita Faucher makes use of pass during mid-class period ALAN CHANEY 'Mr Q., ,H is Q., ,W "'- ZOOLOGY AND BOTANY combine to make advanced courses offered for ihe first time to science maiors. Classroom exercises are being completed by Mark Weber, Ron Chesser, and Charles Cooper. SENIORS Advanced Botany course affords college readiness C? 'KCI REX COLE CHARLES COOPER JOAN CORNER SHIRLEY CRAFTON N, 'KI 7' GLEN CRUSE MIKE CUMMINGS ROBERT CUNNINGHAM RETA CURTIS ANNETTE DARWIN 44 snMlAsroN nous elcHHoLz MARY FANCHER gAmA mucngg MEG PAT DODSON ADELA DOMINQUEZ XI? DOMINQUES DIANNA DOYLE VIVIAN DUCK CARSON DUGGER DEANA DUNCAN ggu l vdxfvgaw., . f f , ' rf ' -2 AN FLANAGAN RINGS FOR CLASS of 1969 feature bulldog on right side of stone, with front view of building on lefr side. Like the rings, "hands" come in all sizes. .,rVf+fm.. f , ,, ,,. .. .W . ,, . - , . .i iw 11- 2' SENIORS NYC student assignments provide Work experience, :M new Vocational opportunity ,1- I i.i,,, I , ize- OPERATING the new collater which instantly assembles as many as eight pages are Joyce Satterwhife and Denise Jackson, Neighborhood Youth Corps office aides at RAYMOND rox steve ruzlsn DEBBIE FREEMAN 'he Boyd of EdUc""""' 'M me WT... DAVID FRENO RAYMONA GAFFORD JERRY GIBSON BILLY GOLDSBURY SANDRA GOLDSTON fn- wx asv We I PATTY GORDON ROB GORDON EARL GOULD RONNIE GRAHAM I-ETTYE ANNE GRAVE5 46 GULYAS RICHARD HAAS HARKIN5 MIRIAM HARVICK RUDOLPH HODGE fa .. -7 li' ff' Ki li. as ..,.., HOWARD 'DEAHN HOUPE sm - Q-gk., MARTY HARBISON GWEN HARDY KAREN HARDY KAY HEIDEBRECHT JOHN HENRY BOB HENSLEY PHYSICS STUDENTS Charles Cooper and Mark Snell study comparalive weights of metals. SENIORS Class parents consider Wishes, suggestions for planning party 45'-9 'Q CH ERYL HUGHES DOUG HUGHES Y'- 1-'Xxx DISCUSSING plans for senior class party are Mrs. George Ford, Mrs. Jim Click, Mr. George Ford, and Mr. Jim Click, class parents. DUANE HUNT FRANK HUNT T , 'QS' DERYL HUNTER MARVIN HYDE BESSIE IGNER PETER IZZO DENESE JACKSON x, - i' CECIL JOHNSTON JOHN JOHNSTON BOBBIE JONES CINDY JONES LINDA JONES 48 'xrrfff' 5' II M JONES DIANNA KORTUM MARY KRAA11 if 'W'-gp LANKFORD JIMMY LEMASTER DAVID LEMON GINGER LEITERMAN PETE LEVCHIK I-INARES PETRA LINARES LINDA LINNE CHARLES LOLLIS PETE LOPEZ 4 . .L ' My " j,fEs:4,r,. I L W i5ff1f IW' , f f .. f Mi l: I 43' KE S i, -' X , IJ, , if M fp I Q 5+ - ,P X My yy, LOTT SUSAN LOWDER KAY MADDEN DOUG MAFFREY JAN MAHAN FWF Uv- -ax FN I R X. If I Q GG GI If ,O 9 A K' KAY LAFLAMME ANNETTE LAMBERT kr . ig gas. mL...- GLYNA MARPLE LARRY MQCLELLAN REANNA McDOWELL SUSAN McENDREE RENEE McMAI'lAN PAM M:SPADDEN - 5.1 , .. -mm V TOM MEACHAM NAYMON MILLER mum Nionuu PENNY monem ares. FLATS FOR the all-school production were painied by CHIPPER MORGAN VICKIE MQIIIS uupy Mugg Mrs. Donald Crum's morning classes. Forrest Ray 50 adds three-dimensional effect while Phyllis Addison begins a new project. DEBBIE MYERS RONNIE MYERS MIKE NICHOLS 135 W1 H. 53235 c .m , 1 R 1' -3 R ' H VLVV 1 xi.. I ,- V aw. . A ' W' ' v- " QW 5' f kkkhkr A . SUSAN Now, cuvron NOLEN umm Nolan MAX NUNI-EY ANN' MM'-'-5' R., is-. BARBARA PARSLEY BEVERLY PATROM PAULA PATTERSON DAVID PAULK I-ARRY PERRY SENIORS Vocational, creative courses part of real experience i MUFFLER AND exhaust connections are checked by Doug Eichholz, foreground, and Barry Wilson in auro mechanics lab. 51 SENIORS Child Care opens opportunities in Vocational area I f , f WM' mm-ww--J. , ' V 1.5 ' 1 f ft -ww-If-Wray.-Q.,..,,., ,. fj,,,.,,43 A M-MM .,,,,.,M .. Eli tara , .., A ,,, i ..,. ln! M.. I 14... 3-- .Q Z ng. L I 'W S 1' :Af 6 .Milf ,fl KAUZ TELEVISION photographer, Preston Jameson, films Vocational Child Care students Donna Risinger, Wilda Jean West, and Dianne Kortum as they play with three-year-old Pam Trimble. -vs, 'Qx 'ur ,ff Q2 w"'2lf BILL PETERS DAVID PETERS PAT PHELAN DON PINKSTON ' KAY PHILLIPS 8 nr? I 'Wi 'gn--af' ,exif VICKIE PHILLIPS MARTHA PIERPONT EVELYN PLAN JERRY POLLARD BRUCE POLLOCK 52 riff' I, W. in , .E . Qf' is WY' Q37 -IOHNNIE P057 JERRY PRICE :nov PURCELL QV? .3 Uh SUE RAINE5 RANDY RAINS 'HW M FORREST RAY MIKE RAY MARY REAGAN JOHN REID STANLEY RESTER RICE DAVID RICHARDS 105 mc:-lARp5 NM, Tis IQ 2432 ,Q y r L Q, ,. if rx f L' SENIOR MATH STUDENTS study introductory analysis NA RIGGS DONNA RISINGER NANCY ROBERTS one semesier and trigonometry the other. Taking tests occupies time of Susan McEndree, John Thompson, Mark Weber, and Robbie Thomas. 53 54 'nf M , ' i V 2 551, , - P 'W 51 .Af 9. ,- CHARLES ROBERTSON JONNIE ROBINSON LINDA ROSE DIANNA RUSSELL IECKY ROUTH .. 'il ' . If 5 6' - 4 ffwx , 1, IWN 5 If", A ' A C J 2? I qs el A ,il 'W H' f' H-ff ,Q ' all ,E I 'X ri? PM Q ' GARY HUT'-EDGE rommv smlsn MICHAEL sAlNDoN unv swine Jovc: sA11'snwmre W , a gh 4 N-f""',l N "'.- I Nbr X EDDIE SAULTS SHIRLEY SCI'ILECI'I'I' CHRIS SCHRONSKI 1 .,.a.., ' uf PRACTICAL SKILLS necessary to the modern farmer are taught in Vocational Agriculture. Mark Moreau WAYNE SCHMEDT COY SELBY CHARLES SHAW is welding metal supports for a stock feeder. J' fi SENIORS Hospitality is key note for parent-class relationships during final year rush fr 'X BOBBY SHERWOOD , ,,1.s , HOWARD SHOUMAKE GLENN SHOWERS 1-qu, WN DAVID SHULTZ if W, CHRIS SMITH MARILYN SMI nm swims :Ames smuum FRIENDLINESS and true enioyment of youth were qualities seniors looked for in choosing class parents. Awaiting visitors are Mr. and Mrs. Stansell Whiteside, two of the six chosen. TH MIKE SMITH ROBIN SMITH SHANNON SMITH 55 xmef gqfi-R 52' Q st' ,ig-XXQT A I ,,. ISF LJ MARK SNELL DAVID STANFIELD SUSAN STEPHENS MIKE STICHER SHARON SPRADLEY s.....Wf' Nix 9 1 fs 'Qt -as.. ODELI. SPRIGGINS NITA STAPP LYNNETTE STOWE LOYD STUTSMAN ELVIS SURMAN ,l"" fyza 'VQLEAI ..,..... DANNY TAI-MADGE ANN TEFERTILLER JOHNNY THOMAS ROBERT THOMAS STEVE THOMAS S.. rv 9, JAN THOMPSON JIMMY THOMPSON JOHN THOMPSON MIKE THOMPSON JANICE THORNTON 56 SENIORS Bulldogs acquitted of "crime" at all-school assembly I 1 ix i . Qu "l, SINGING EVIDENCE for BuIldogs'acquitiaI is Mike Cummings. Defense attorney, Rusiy Chapman, mulls over his final presentation before the iudge. 'J-7? X 4113" I TREVINO ARTHUR VALDEZ BRENDA VAN CLEAVE REGGIE VAN CLEVE JEANIE VINYARD gj wlw, an Q ,I gi? If l f' I WADE KATHY WALDROOP DEBBIE WALKER SHARON WALLACE STEVE WARREN 57 SENIORS Spirit boosts Bulldogs on to Homecoming Victor LOYAL PARTICIPATION by senior girls inspires underclassmen 10 supporf school activities. Pk is " 'D' IPL U J '4' ,, I ig, f A-f ,,V QW V, ff MARK WEBER WILDA JEAN WEST I ., A W,Z',A T A , V gay 'f ,f Y...A?' TJ? DEBY WHENRY DONNA WHITE SCOTT WHITESIDE LARRY WIGINTON mums: WIIIIAMC Qi? FRAN WILLIAMS FREDREKA WILLIAMS PAM WILLIAMS GAWAIN WILLIS .IANICE WILLIS 58 11237 s-asf! 591ml wilson :Ames wusou GARNETT WINDHAN "Q-'Sh' wincrlem LARRY wise LINDA vouue Jesse coArs wANnA comsnr SPIRIT is high dU"i"'9 'he AHL-'5'PU'nam Cifv WEST Qimef wifh The was escorted by team captain, Marvin Hyde, Afiendanis Nita Stapp hi9hH9hf fhe BUHC309 homewming qlleen C0"0l"Bfi0I'l- Queen, Jill Click, left, and Jeanne Bennett's escorts are Mike Ray and Scott Whiteside. i iw a1umn , , :A -lp JUNIORS Teachers play large role in Junior Class activities CooperaTion and willingness To work are key aTTribuTes for iunior class members, officers and spon- sors. New fund raising proiecTs seem To creep inTo every iunior con- versaTion. Money is needed for food, cosTumes, sTaging and orches- Tra for Junior-Senior BanqueT and show and The prom. All in all iT's a busy year. Kuder vocaTional TesTs, PSAT and The all imporTanT lVleriT TesT, in The spring, are week-end "diversions" Junior year is one of serious academic requiremems. NlosT class members have full schedules of solid subiecTs, plus leading roles in exTra-curricular acTiviTies. WAYNE ADDISON ' PAMELA ADUDDELL JOYCE ALLEN MAURINE ALLEN BOBBY ALLEN DAVID ALSTON JUDY ANDERSON SYBIL ARMSTEAD vwgnw 1 VW PAM AVERY BILLY BAER JOHN BENNETT LYNNETTE BROWN RUSTY BABIONE CHUCK BAKER JERREL BARKER STEVE BARTON 5-agp. br X hu- KEN BATES , sHsiLA sAziLe . --. PHIL assert ,fu-7 T A Q, , 'fl LINDA aLAcKMoN 1 - susAN BLAcKsroNs iris T ' ,Q vicxi BOMAR T , A BL L E BuTcH aoNDs e 2, PATI BOOKER 60 rv JUNIOR CLASS SPONSORS discuss money-raising proiects for The year, Mrs, Paul Flippin, Miss Glade Clemons, and Mrs. Bill Brinkman listen To fund suggestions from Mr. Ray Tahsuda, Mr. Arthur Jantz and Mr. Herman Babb sa- 2' i ii Lf ,Mx WH Sli A xy 3 f f E ,, kiwi' W . ,.k. ,A Tahsuda outlines political views of the late eighteenth century in round table arrangement, Below are Vicki Teeter, Terry Tims, and ANOTHER SUDJECT for-all Juniors is American History. Mr. Ray Mr. Ray Tahsuda. J. . ,, 4' 4, ,,,, -uf-'il I I 'yi .dr AMERICAN LITERATURE introduces both modern and earlier writers. Mrs. Bill Brinkman discusses Colonial poetry with Dwight Starr, Kathy Kiker, and Pam Avery. W, as- llb W , , ,, fl Z'-. .4- imi' H, '23 E R' it 155 E i 4 .. ,, 3 L' , . I E Q I' it ,i., iiie 1 , qw F . Q, 3,45 H ' 1 V gli 1, ii' 1 f an 1 l 'F 'iv gi V P ' ,if if 4 gl All F? i im Q Et 6 All ' Li nw gc J ,i A7 ..., 1 a ag, rf g I YT Eg , A xi. .fag ?e L. Q3 xl '33 v 'P 4 A i ff, fi I tg-I i GLENN BOZA MARY BREWER GARY BURROW DEBBIE BYERS MARVIN CALDWELL KAREN CALLAGHAN BOB CARDER SAM CARRAWAY PAULA CARTER LINDA CHANDLER DAVID CHAPMAN ALAN CHICK JIM CLARK PENNY CLINE JESSE COATS DAVID COLE BOBBIE COLLINS LOYD CONNER HAL COPPAGE TERRI COSSEY KENT COST MARK COTNEY LYNN COX JERRY COX CONNIE CRAMER JANET CROUCH BOBBY CULLINS STEVE DARBY JENNY DAVENPORT KYLE DAVIS JOHN DEAN JOAN DECKER 61 JUNIORS Class responsibilities are major concerns of ear J-f.gI,, COMPETENCY for leadership prompted decisions for class officers Rusty Tahsuda, presidentp Susie Stauffer, secretaryg Christy Wright, treasurer, and Terry Tims, vice-president. DANIEL FANCHER GARY FANCHER PAT FARLEY BARBARA FERREL ,VJ I ALICE FISHER " , LAZEL FISHER R KAREN FLEMING LARRY FLENAR if ,ry L, ,, ,55L-,,- I , X 5 'B M SANDRA FOSTER . V JEANNE ANN FREEMAN ' " KEITH FREMLIN f . -I CRAIG GARNETT V A t ,. 4 STEVE FUEGLEIN STEVE GARRISON ' ' PATTY GILMAN KATHRYN GINN PATRICIA GOLDSTON V :W LYNN GOODWIN MIKE GOUGH EARL GRAHAM I if 1' ELIZABETH GRANT 'R MIKE GRAS ' Ariz!-' DANNY GREEN Q, TERESA GREER 'E J ' M., 62 GLEN DEVOLL DONNA DOLLINS ROGER DUCKETT JIMMY DUNCAN RICKY EMERY LARRY EPPERSON KEVIN ERICKSON MIKE ETHERIDGE I. 4- al' QQ 'f I' Ab ANGELITA EVERETT sf f I. ,I . 'ew if R . Ic- I, ' "uw: L51 X ' .,iiymlK"t'-E I sstyy I I ysrs , 'T-3' Q S ...,. 2 ii F at Q ' Q I 'K' , A I -.et Tv I f, ,,,5, , gmx-.-I.- , 5- .E :IA-I-,4-9251 A I as F rggif -we sg T Q5 'P " IQ ,. ., A gy, rm it ffl M- wg N I .. .ak . ,im . ELECTION of class officers is the topic of the day as iunior class meets between first and second hours to discuss plans for the year and cast written ballots for class leaders. I 15 53 'sf ff:.::-. sa as 'si u Ml. , is I 1 , . 5 s M. 5 , -1 'IG ,. i S tzys. I, ft' 5 25 ' A! I T vi Uv l ,QL gift? l gi lull f 'df 1-375--4 IB' K ' 'YES -z i 1 4, JY i ' if 4 v x JS s rim? t, W gl s . , ,, 5. lx ,,, gn 1 J A ,453 'eg wb js., L s' 1 l DEBORAH GRIFFIN GEORGE GRIFFIN ARDREN GRIGGS RANDY GROVES MARIA GUAJAIDO CANDRACE GULYAS BART HALCOMB SUSAN HAMBRICK SUSAN HAMILTON DEE HARGIN PATTY HARNESS GARY HARRIS SKIP HATZIKIAN RANDEL HAWKINS RUTH HENSON KATHY HERN KATHY HERRING REBEKAH HICKERSON GAYLA HILL ROBIN HILLEGRASS PAULEEN HOEHMAN TOM HOLLENBACK POLLY HOWARD DAVE HUBBLE KIM HUGHES MARK HUGHES SETH HUNTLEY DAN IKEN DEBBIE INGRAM JAMES JACKSON LARRY JACKSON CRAIG JACKSON 63 JUNIORS Class parents help make current year successful JANIS JAMESON JOHN JANTO DEBBIE JENSEN ANA JIMENEZ DONNA JONES KARMEN KARR CHRIS KASTNER KATHY KIKER LARRY KING DAVID KOONTZ KIRK KRAVIG DONNIE LABETH LEANE LAMBERT DOUG LANCE DEBORAH LANE BILLY LARUE NAVELLE LAUEN PEGGY LED BETTER ODELLA LEISTER TONIA LIGHTY RICHARD LIPSCOMB DONNA LITTLE 'ir' PAULA LITTLE DWAYNE LOLLIS 64 nk gr 171 ,nl 5 Ili . , , ' S: Jr I1 T PARENTS of JUNIOR CLASS members are present at both home and out-of-town games. Mr. and Mrs. James Starr, Mr. and Mrs. John Boyd McMahan, and Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Tims meet at McGuinness stadium. li X J, , 113 -B ' 5 I . X35 ' K My I ,dm TEAl1.:E3k if' " f-I ,., ' I K -----' ig ,I ff fy .VVA I. . . i ij I I f ' ,ga-" ' 5 . ..:L, E V ' f ' H I f B, I . mg. Z I, .,E,,,, www I ai' "' 2" 'iigzff ,z -. 3 2, ,' 1 si rxf .A TOM McASKII.L STEVE MCCABE CAROL M:ELROY BOBBY McMAHAN DEBORAH McNEAL BOB MILLS BETTY MILLS DANNY MILLS SHEILA MINK E KAY LONG BUDDY LONG ROSS LONGLEY SYLVIA LOPEZ BARRY LUBRANT RONALD MAHON MIKE MAINS TERRI MARPLE REBECCA MARTIN ANDRES MARTINEZ FELIX MARTINEZ BRENDA MASSEY GEORGE MATHIS DONNA MAYRHOFEN PAULA MEACHAM ALAN McASKILL JUNIOR CANDY sales profited when Ana Maria Jiminez and Sylvia Lopez sold a Chrisfmas supply fo Mr. Wayne McGee. 9ff"fff 4 KITTIE MOBERLY HARRISON MOCK CHRIS MOLL RICK MOSS DONNA NALL NEIL NALL TOM NEARHOOD JUDY NICHOLS BOB OAKLEY PAM OGLESBY RICK OLSON PATRICIA ORR PAT ORTEGA DON OWINGS LONNIE PALMER ROBBIE PARKER 65 JUNIORS Active participation eleventh ear characteristic TEAM BACKERS wrote name on bus sign before McGuinness game. Adding theirs 90 1he list are Donna Dollins, Kathy Herring, and Karen Fleming. PAULA PATTERSON LINDA PEMBERTON BILLY PICKETT PAULA PORTER KAY PRICE JOHNNY PURCELL WAYNE RAGSDALE JOHN RAY JUDY REINHART SAMUEL RICE JIM RIDDLE MARTIN ROBERSON DARRELL ROBERTSON PAT ROBERTSON PHILL ROBERTSON HAROLD ROBINSON KEVIN ROBISON MIKE RODGERS RENA ROSE LAVERN ROSE TERRY ROUDEBUSH WOODINE ROUDEBUSH DON RUSSEL RANDY RUSSEL DARYL SALMON JOE SANCHEZ ELIZABETH SANFORD CAROL SAULTS MANLEY SEAY DAVID SELF JERRY SHAFFER BENNY SHERMAN BARBARA SMITH CARLA SMITH 66 mme -W, DEANINE PENINGER KIM PEQUIGNOT LANETTE PERKINS JIMMIE PERKINS I Z? 'N 1 Q' ws: v i i A ei r q I i i it it I iii, Q2 ffaj if I -3 ifff?iWeTi4 ' . .N . . . 1, EQ .:.. b -gif? ,. , .,,,, , ii, 1 .iiii gee .--- wi. 'N ,I lg, r , .- CT A I I Irv ,, ,w.,i:.x S f ge , I-wi Jew- 29" I--.. ' ,av-I cf' . 3 1 JQN . ,S hav I alll, , in , he "i ff ' 3 'vw ' 4225 N, E' :.f T347 'B' ,V -M S--Nl. . DOUGLAS SMITH GARY SMITH ROXANNE SMITH LINDA SPANN BILLY BOB STARR DWIGHT STARR JAN STARR SUSIE STAUFFER SUE STEPHENS ua- J' -L SERVING in food line was a requirement at fund-raising Hamburger Supper. Paula Woolums, Lynn Cox, and Kathryn Ginn prepare irays, Funds go for Junior-Senior banquet. Q -'W hi, wj, I l 1' .. 'X .- EI 'VI Q' I f.::Qff'4"E,ff fi LARRY TURNER XAVIER VALDEZ ARTHUR VEAL5 KAREN VAUGHN RANDALL WALKER JEANNE WALLACE I I II, gfr -.w ue: : if' , I lr, a- Egg I I ,. iff . 2' ' li . 'V ' TOP TICKET salesmen for Hamburger Mills, Susie Stauffer, and Kyle Davis. I I yyee 1 iii 5 P if Supper are Betty CHRISTINE STEPHENS SARA STICHER FRED STONER JIM STOUT CHARLES STROPUS LINDA STROPUS TONY SYLVESTRO JERRY TABB RUSTY TAHSUDA VICKI TEETER CHERYL THORNTON SUZANNE THRUSH DENISE THURMOND STEVE TIMMONS TERRY TIMS BARBARA TURNER .W 225 T f JUNIORS Student activity is concentrated in different areas I I s , 5 . I CHEM I students Debby Byers ,1 '61 QL' ' I I fx rg 'x I V and Susan Blackstone record , L ii' 5 if ' 5 PAT WALLACE KEN WARD WILEY NEAL WARE BECKY WEATHERLY LARRY WEDGEWORTH COLLIE WEEMS CHARLIE WILLIAMS JOHN WILLIAMS JOSEPH WILLIAMS TANIA WILLIAMS MELBA WILLIAMS MARGARET WILLIAMS MIKE WILLIAMS PAULA WILLIAMSON KATHY WILLIS TERRY WILSON JIM WOOLRIDGE PAULA WOOLUMS CHRISTY WRIGHT DEBRA WRIGHT DOUG WRIGHT JOHN YATES DEBBIE YEAM BEVERLY YOUNG 68 molecule measurement experiment. if ....,ff Q Ms S W 199 xr Q A .E .a fem? V. A., 2 K mW' fs,.,,, sz ,L , o is-f 'E 1 f ,... ' 'i ,- . Q-:i AUDITIONING for all-school production "The unsinkable Molly Brown" are Kim Hughes and Susie Sfauffer. PSAT fPreIiminary Scholastic Aptitude! ies! is discussed with Kay Price by Mr, W. C, Davis, iunior counselor. SOPHOMORES Tenth grade class elects officers, parents, SpOHSOrS Three - hundred Thirty - seven 3, ii sophomores from oTher Towns, A surrounding commun'iTies, and ,I ' Three local iunior highs form ' The largest first year class in The history of AHS. Lives of soph- omores are greaTly varied as each chooses his schedule from differenT subjects, acTiviTies, clubs, which he feels will be of value To him aT The present. lT's a Time of change and new experiences. DISCUSSING THIS YEAR'S activities are the sophomore class sponsors, Mr. Anton Edmonson, Mr. Cortis Martin, Mr. Dennis Norman, Mrs. Dorothy Wells, and Mrs. Ora Lirtleiohn. LOOKING OVER ACTIVITY record of last year's Sophomores are Ben Bob Mahan, President, Patsy Plew, Secretary-Treasurer, Sam Stauffer, Vice President. SOPHOMORE PARENTS meet on the steps of the auditorium to make plans for The largest class in school I history. Counter-clockwise the parents are Col. and I Mrs. Charles Hill, Mrs. John Pruitt and Mr. Pruitt, Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Gregg, Mrs, Max Plew and Mr. Plew. ,: +33 ,Q .7 QI , . " IV fr fi J fa A . 1 r 51 , as f f 'A' -eww 6 1- E a:f.5,iQgs, w ry fi lvv mil SOPHOMORES Poise, coordination, fitness b -products of gir1's PE GYM HORSE hand stand requires agility. Dee Schultz demonstrates correct form. Q -4, 1? A ' E . , , 'Kg' ' . ' . A S 'I .Q 5331 9 'I 5 1 I Q-v"'d Q ---.- X ..!.,,.i,m, ,,,, :viii .gi ,. .Lim gf.. 2 ' " V iffis. :Ji . K. , , Fi .. . . , 'L rw' 2' 4" x 4 Q5-i 5 ,V f ,rw 4 ,W 'wer HWY 'I If W 5 Y ' . mir , .Bm ,.: V W mb-'lf DON ABERNATHY MIKE ADAMS STEPHEN ADAMS VICKEY ALEXANDER BARBARA ALLEN MIKE ALLEN LINDA AMEN BOB ARMSTRONG SANDY ATCHLEY JOHN AUSTIN BRENT BAILEY JIMMY BAILEY TIM BAILEY BRIAN BAKER ANNIE BALLARD EDDIE BALLARD BEVERLY BANKS HUGH BARDSLEY GLORIA BARNES JIMMY BARNETT SHERRY BATES PAUL BATTLES DUSTY BEAL JERRY BECKTOLD ALAN BECKWITH LORI BENEDICT JIM BERRYMAN LONNIE BEVERS MIKE BILBREY JEANNETTE BILLMAN PENNY BISHOP TERRY BLACKBURN TERESA BLACKWELL ALICE BRANCH SCOTT BRANTLEY JULIE BRINKMAN SANDY BROWN GARY BRUMLEY CATHY BRYCE LINDA BRYCE 71 SOPHOMORES Music courses popular for tenth grade curriculum FRANKLYN BUCKNER WILMA BUCKNER CECIL BURNS PHIL BURNSIDE MARY BURROW DEBBIE BUSH JANIS CALKINS BELINDA CARNES DAVID CASEY PEGGY CASTLE PAUL CATES CHRISTY CHADWICK LEOLA CHANEY TERRY CHENAULT LEE CLARK JOEY CLICK ARCHIE COFFMAN KENNETH COLEMAN LORETTA COMBS DIANN COOLEY DWIGHT COPE GLENDA COPELAND KEVIN COSSEY KAY COWART GEORGE CRAFTON JIM CRAIG BILL CRAMER BRENDA CROCKETT RANDAL CROWE GINA CROWELL .IIM DAVIS LORETTA DAVIS -.egg N4 A df-I r mv xg, . 1 x S ' A , r .fx-A, Q. , Q - -N' M N fwfr If A ,A, f . 5' VOCAL STUDENTS Ben Bob Mahan and Craig Thomas, center front, fry ou? for parts in school musical, "The Unsinkable Molly Brown." ig , MELVIN DAVIS CARLA DEMPSEY MARIA DIAZ BECKY DODSON JOSIE DOMINQUEZ I ' 314:,..f,. I 73" II' ug L , '-E. , A I 'My ' A, wg. I ,f ,, ,..r, 1- . ,,,r, . , , I , ,Y ,gy nv ' , . f -I 1 1 .X ai s 'I' ' 4753 rr fy rg I-45 Tel 5 'ia v 'F z 1 A i 1 w 6, 1 N' sn j, gi, ., J-Q32 'm i t -of NNE E' S J 11 f , 2 'Q f H3 Q I Xx I I , rg +. an . ,Q , N c , .d LINDA DORESEY crc is M .. c K f . 31 Aff? - P 4 nu E2 , 13 'L wk . . f-mwzwiffvf N ,-qlttm AKX I -M H - A . . ,, , A ,ig SQA '1 5 t 1 , ...."' , 7 . ' ' 'E , Y -. ' 'ff 1 . J 5 .ta wifi' kr A f I - I ..,. .R , I I f I ,I QQ A , W., ' ' I m EEILWCEEWQ-R ,t l , C . .. , ,, , I ,I -.9 gp f ZI, . g g ,I . K, , Qi I I 9 2 I in Y 53 ' ff 'vat' I A ,T if R I I GARY DOUGHTEN MIKE DOUGLAS GLORIA DUCK BARBARA DURROUGH JOHN DAVID DUTY BENITA ELLIOTT JAMES ELLIOTT CYNTHIA EICHHOLZ KAY ERICKSON STELLA EVERETT MIKE FELTON GRADY FLANAGAN ,,,, I , , '31 ' -I 1 Us is ..s:,f?Iv'If gg , T ,L L-,,, . g si I ., A ii ,i f is It I, in A ., A A :Lx .f , , ITfi?i ,lf . i i I N1- I AAL I f I ,C if I f , if-FE fi 3' lu. w I I 1 V X aes., In 1 nf' I tg' ' 5 A 5 ff ,tu .t , .. ' n PRINCIPAL Jerry Doyle discusses enrollment procedure with Dorothy Gildon and Margaret Hall. Many students brought younger sisters and brothers to enrollment giving them their first glimpse of high school. PAT FERGUSON Q RONNIE FIELDS BERNICE FISHER ROXANNE FLETCHER BRENDA FORD JERRY FORD DALE FOULK EDWARD FRASER ,, I , I A A 'Sn A K In i g - CHERI FRAZIER 3, E' , A is I A I I 3 g I ALFRED GARCIA I , Q-I Qgw y TOM GARRETT f be E '57 Ci: -f f DOROTHY GILDON , ,A I K I' ' w I I VEDA GILMAN l 'R ' I ,5 T,. yig j yg CATHY GLASPIE il ' MARK G'-ENN X I t LINDA GLOVER .-I 1 . f . SHARI GOBER - ' L LARRY GREEN PATTY GREENE DANNY GREGG VICTOR GRIDER LINDA GRIFFIN EARL GROVES ,, MARGARET HALL In, g:,t EC. .Q , . F! it An-. r,,. a 1' I ' WRYR- E Q NANCY HALL in CHERRYL HALLuIvI ffl ' MICHELLE HoLLINcswoRrH KENNETH HALLMARK Q I LESLIE HAMMACK H PAUL HARRALsoN L' MELINDA HARKINS -1"I A I' DEE HARRIS 73 SOPHOMORES Multi-language studies attract Wide attention ENGLISH 2 blackboard exercise in structural linguistics is studied by Shari Gober and Joel Zinn. Structural linguistics like modern math offers a challenging new approach for sophomores enrolled in the special course. JUDY HARRIS STANLEY HASS VANCE HAWKINS KEITH HAYE BRENT HAYNIE CLARK HELFRICH PATRICIA HENDERSON MILTON HENRY SUSAN HENSLEY JAMES HENSON DAWN HICKS L, W. HIGH KENNETH HIGH PATRICIA HIGH YVONNE HIGH JOHN HICKERSON COLETTE HILL DARLENE HILL JAMES HILL FAYE HILLARD KAY HILLARD GWENDOLYN HODGE DAVID HODGEN DAVID HOLDER JON HOLMAN BOB HOLSEY BETTYE HORTON ANNA HOWARD KARIN HOWARD KATHY SUE HOWARD JANET HUDSON PATRICIA HUEY CLAUDINE HUKILL BECKY HUNT JANICE HUNT WILLIE IGNER JAN IKEN LINDA JACKSON MIKE JACKSON REGINALD JACKSON 74 r Xf- X wi? N. V .A I 4 1 if V, ii - ' ,. il! 1, 4' ' no I 3 , , ,- h...,- -. A x Q ,ll ,415 A I I . ., ,, ' A' L. Q. -v .J S I I I A if - :D 'T '4 me A I" 9' 5 sz igyfhv ' I ---- r - ,, f. Q -.... i ,- " iv, , I' , 1 K M J S . X Va A 1 , ,., , , I J ROBERT JACKSON BETH JANUSEWICZ DARLENE JOHNSON PATTI JOHNSTON DEBBY JONES DOUG JONES MYRNA JONES DAVID KELLEMS 1 8'2"-1' I T'TO I L SVI SM if: FRENCH students use lab facilities to learn directly from native speakers. Julie Brinkman concentrates on a question and DOUG KELLY BILLY KIMBALL GARY KINCANNON BRUCE KING DIANA KING BEVERLY KIRBY PATTY KLINE ALITA KNUPP CHERYL KOREN KATHERYN KORTUM LYNN KOVAR RONNIE KUYKENDALL PRISCILLA LANCE PHYLLIS LAVENDER BENNY LAWSON ANN LITTLE JOHN LOGAN RONNIE LOVETT RICHARD LUKENS STEPHANIE MADDOX CHRIS MAFFRY BEN BOB MAI-IAN DANNY MAINS SUSAN MALEY AL MARTINEZ ZELPHIA MASON KEN MEDLOCK BRUCE MILLER MARK MILLER LERIONNE MIXON JANICE MOLL DICKY MOLLISON ERIC MOREAU JACK McALISTER STEPHEN McALPlNE BOB M!:ANALLEN DARLA McCLELLAN GARRY M:DANIEL JON M:DANIEL DAVID McELFRESH 75 SCHOOL welcoming Tour gives Paul Baftles quick glance at his newly assigned locker. MIKE PATE BRENDA PATTON CHARLOTTE PAULK ANN PEEK CAROL PERRY HARRY PERRY SUSAN PERRY JERRY PETERS TROY LEANE PICKETT DWAYNE PINK DONNA PIGG PAM PLACE ROY PLAN PAT PLEW 76 SOPHOMORES More driVer's ed classes J promote student safety MONTY McELROY .IOHN McFADIN JUDY M:MILLAN ZOE ANN McPHERSON DANNY McQUlGGAN MYRA McQUILLAN CYNTHIA NEEL KENNETH NEWMAN CHARLES NICHOLS JOHNNIE NOLAN ANITA NUCCI TAL ODEN STUART PARRISH GAIL PARKS LEO PASSINETTI 1 ' ll, '1 . ,, V xl I il 7 , ls' 'f?"..,f , . ..F y , . . , 5' "' 7' if i I' f ' ' " 95 :ii AAZTZ wg.- .1g,3'-trs-a K 1 f' A I Q A ff 1 ki Q. 3 gg x W ,sf,i.,21gf,.k, R Y -M, i s GEOMETRY problem is explained to Debra Stickell by Mr. Cortis Martin as Marilyn Talley listens. is , - l AX QM 1, 51,34 WL' .7 W' 1? iii ,X ,, sg IV .3 . if Ml if TI If MICHELLE POPE RALPH PORTER KATHLEEN PRINCE RONNY PRUITT EBALENE PURCELL STEVE RAINES SUZANNE RAINES DELMOND RANDEL VICKI RANDOLPH KYLE RAY PAULA RAY TOMMY RAY : s 12.0 f , , DRIVER EDUCATION, a must on the schedule of sophomores such as Carol Perry, is taught by four certified instructors including Coach Gary Coffey. c 1"',,, 'nb-4 - 4 i if V? 2 Q. I' STEPHEN REECE WILLIAM REED JOSEPH REMIS RONNIE RICHARDSON DAVID RICO DENNIS RICE DIANE RINKER DORIS RISINGER PATTI ROBERTS SUSIE ROBERTS SUSIE ROBERTSON KENNETH ROBINSON PAM ROCKETT LARRY ROGERS LYNN ROWLAND ELVA SANCHEZ CARMEN SATTERFIELD BETTY SAULTS JOHN SCHOPP DEE SCHULTZ CONNIE SELLERS JERRIE SETLIFF MARK SHAFER MARY SHAMBLEY ii ,J S ? x' W Ig? BRADY SHAW JUDITH SHELTON GARY SHEPPARD GREG SHEPPARD JIMMY SHIPLEY RAMONA SHIVERS BRENDA SINIARD FRANCES SKINNER 77 CHARLES SMITH GAYLE SMITH JACK SMITH GLYNDA SMITH KITTY SMITH MIKE SMITH RUTH SNELL LINDA SOPER ELAINE SOUTHERN MARK SPRUIELL SAM STAUFFER JIM STEPHENS MIKE STEPHENS L. C. STEWART DEBRA STICKELL TOMMY STROUD BOB STUTSMAN JOHN SULLIVAN MARILYN TALLEY DAVID TAYLOR D'ETTE TAYLOR CINDY TERRY LARRY TERRY CRAIG THOMAS DAVID THOMAS RUTH THOMAS JON THOMPSON PAT TIDWELL KORNELIA TILLERY PAM TIMS TERRI TOCK GARY TOWLES SHARON TRIPLETT BARBARA TYREE DEBBIE VANN PAM WADE CONNIE WALLACE CALVIN WARD SHARON WATTS CAROL WEAVER VICTOR WELLS 78 ,- -lv- ff' .sy ,X- 5 N Is: ' 4 . ,Q f Q ., .. an Q.. , , R I K . 1 , f I. A ' X' .J I. Irr, 4-:sg, ' H , 9 f . L E 1. Q E Q, ' r W .Q 111 ,- KH ., 'KF' 5 1' it 7 X I ,fu .L 1 I tl DIAGRAMMING MICROSCOPIC view is one aspect of biology Mr. Arthur Jantz checks drawing of student, John Sullivan imj I A I I 14 fi I I 1 , ,iq . :sr K. A' , S Sq, wg V 1 nge rs., bw 1 I 6' 'R ' '4 . A I - rrrr F"-U" ' - - nf 5 .N , ,Q ,x , : , .M 1 .. J ,. .. 13 x Y QA Sak u Q I4 ' 'S 'ii 24:5 'sw ,, ,W In ,,7iE,,5k 7 F v K -If BQ 2 ,gi ,Qi A js - Ae 2 Q-?' f ,E Q I ' K T :QV hh: ' 1 .' 7' i f 7 ' '- I .-C-N- 1 ,- ar . K X iii F 'J IL , 5 sy 1 ,Y BETTY WEST GEORGIA WHITESIDE V ELIZABETH WILDMA ' PAM WILES DOYLE WILLIAMS KAY WILLIAMS TOM WILLIAMS ws.-rv? 5585 PAUL WILLIS BOBBY WINGFIELD JOE WOOLDRIDGE CAROL WORRELL DEBBIE YOCHAM MARGARET VEGA JOEL ZINN 'E' I I . V f '., fu.. SOPHOMORES First class meeting initiates senior high activities FIELDHOUSE is sire for elbection of officers for sophomore class. "Sea of heads" clearly illustrates the over three hundred sfudents and fheir sponsors who affended this first class meeting. 79 JANICE WHITTINGTON N I 5' be 5 is i 5 I B I I I 2 W xo H f-f X 1908 -ei R 'O 3 Q 'Y .,, e X 17 '31 D 4339 E i P rfiv ff: O A I: A I O L r IN ATHLETICS Probably no facet of physical fitness brings more pleasure and relaxation to both participants and spectators than competitive sports. At Altus High these include team'sports and individual competition for boys and girls. BOY'S BASKETBALL Bulldogs upset powerful opponents in home games Under the direction of new head coach Clester Harrington, the Bulldog cagers make up for a lack ot experience with constant practice and hard work. They consistently improved with each game. Individual players keep in top phys- ical condition, learn the know-how of basketball, and obtain plenty ot enjoyment by participating . 11 1 .11g11g11-- 111511-,E 1 511511. -1 1 i 1 1i iw: 1 11 1 11 - 11 1 - - 1-si1eei1':i111:s.ir'1' " 111i-xift i 1, 111 14 .li ,,,, 12215-. 1 111.:. 1. 211: . 151: 11 . 1. .Ziff 1 5.s5.m1,.11se2211L. 121112. 11 1 1111113 1 Q2 1 11111, .1 ,f.if . 1- 1 11'Q1f11.ii 1 Klyy I 5 11 c.. g tt'i 1 'C ilsii ll lllll X it it C -11 1-1 . ...--. ,,ca . . K ,,,cc . 1 .,,. . .. s,.. ,,,, W.11+1,11- .1 - 1 i 11 1' ..... W .,.. 5 in . 11. .. .... .. 1. 1. QQ Mme' 5 .1 R553 ---- f' -- W11 --,f 115111 . 11 11-3. i .s,. ,1,. ,1,,. Q1 H - ff? 5 1 0 11771. if 2212112 2:12113sg-..711,.g1gf'i1 1' f1 1 1 1 11 1-'is-11415 ' 14,47 if 11 . 251,51-11 ..11 115125112 .,-.. 1 ttttttst ' Chickasha 1 it 1. in this sport. Hlollyis. .,.. 3115A M f 1 ea- 1- "1 . iii 1111ii - la1" Ea11- B-4l"1iL-23? Elk M ZQTF1' f wifi -X 1- - .---W1'-- 1 'e' 1 ei -514111 M1 1 W aari 11 11 si11 4 I 4 1 1 ..1. ,.7.,1. fi .e....1.l1..3..w ,,.1., WAMMW " '1 5 611-- i l Q Ag 1 1 x A I Q, 13 9' 1 if I 1 211 1 Qu 7111 1 y yu 1 111. Cx Sei . lffl el111 1 51 1 1 ' 1 ' 1, . l B TEAM MEMBERS are: FRONT ROW: Bobby Jackson, Reggie Jackson, Rick Smith, Mike Pate, Tommy Stroud. SECOND ROW: Tommy Ray, Hugh Bardsley, Kyle Davis, Craig Thomas, Archie Coffman, Bobby Oakley, Coach Gary Coffey. 82 nina q,,,,g3,1.,, ..11 .14 11,- 1 11 4- 1- 1 , . M14 ie V' l 5" ..-11111: sus---Qpeeieusssa if, .1 ig.. Q my I 1 5 -.. 1. 6 -1 W. 1 11,..... 1-.1-131,111 fit.. 4101 ' i.."i1fi. 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E 11g MY: l Ei 1 1 l 11,31 C 'M .f1 Q' 1' Q12 if - We E Xin ,ff ssrt 5 ft tiii 5124 :wg -:ss-.2 .t ,Q ,K V 9 X Q W ' """' 1 at 1 .3 "" if We fs , , .sa E yea V :EU X' l t it Q if ir 5 ' 5 f i ll, 9 f Q X V X '11 F1 2 4' a D' 1, .kg , , , , . nw M y ,V '- W' . -, all , "" 1 - ,, " Shay l new H I - sa 15 P le fc . . , 33 , as , a N-ff ,..+-rx .' "ffl W e a A -as Q ,, - , 1, X is Z 'A QQ, W f E ,QM-"V Wi W 3 ,ef , ,w.,e7:',-offs: 4f--,- -,il 1-1 MARK WEBER attempts a iump shot in hopes of adding two more points to the Bulldog's victory over Eisenhower, THE EXCITEMENT and tension of a close game is shown in the expressions of Coach Harrington as he anxiously awaits the destination of a loose rebound. VARSITY TEAM z 'RON' Row: Toggalg slams' Tcm5nV,RaV' Hafold Robinson, Coach Clesfer Harrington, Ron Chesser,'Mark Weber, Kyle Davis, James Beavers V 3 SY, bvvd Tivlor. BACK ROW: John Thompson, Rick Moss, Robert Cunningham, Coach Gary Coffey, Rusty Tahsuda, Reggie Jackson, N 2 83 GIRLS BASKETBALL Lassie teamwork promotes friendship, cooperation Competitive athletics, feminine style, at Altus High provides proof positive that outstanding athletes may also be typical co-eds in grooming l and appearance. Top lettermen on the Lassie team are in the Bulldog yearbook as royalty, class favorites, and top scholars. It's this diversi- fication of interest which characterizes all Altus High groups. Today's Lassies usually come up through grade school physical fitness classes and iunior high basketball to varsity rank in high school. LASSIE SENIOR, Jill Click, tosses another one in a close game. TEAM SPIRIT is evident as the Lassies rush on the court. VARSITY LASSIE TEAM included I6 players this year. Members are: FRONT Georgia High, Debbie Freernan, Patricia' I-lenderson, Carol Perry, Sandra ROW: Dawn Hicks, Peggy Castle, Charlotte Paulk, Patsy Plew, Sherry Bates, Bates, Kay Heidebrechf, Jill Click, Paula Williamson and manager Buddv Long- Jan Mahan, and Glyna Marple. BACK ROW: Coach Coffey, Janis Calkins, I , ile sss V, , ,ff 7 yy E ,if 'Q 0 3f3if'l?i,i'i'g 3 i SKIPPING ROPE 100 times each day is a part of the physical 'i 3ilIi,2ii,i ' .i ztikkg5am,,-K . - .,,, rf- 9 ,- i' . K ' Fil' sv"Eii5ii3ii5' . wkrr - . t,-Ji,-5l,st.li..tW,,, ,..L .as 4 .,,. J, J f 1- g E i , H, ,tt,-,,,1,,M9J,9Q:-- 5' -------,-Qu , .. , ,, .,,1,, li- - - ..f-..f---ft, - m:,,..------f- - 5 . H , ' -if 1.1 f' Qliwiivf32.15.-gs1'-'fi L i L . gi ,i , - ,1 it fm-1-Zi , QVP f . . W VJ ,--, ,t . l 5.1 az,-sis, t -- --,ff l . - ,,,, ,,--- , ,mf J---eiywggetii-ii DBVFGSOW 1 - ----Q- --37 , 1 ----f 32 , .L.. L- - in -122 'mfr 55.235-A - vfmiagtmlfw- tt -H' ,t ...... 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On board waiting for others to arrive are Paula Williamson visible at far right foreground, and by seat rows following Sandra Bates, Sherry Bates, Patricia Henderson, Debbie Freeman, Patsy Plew, Buddy Long, manager, and Glyna Marple. 85 VARSITY FOOTBALL Bulldogs Win state pla -off berth with Stillwater Altus Bulldogs showed their determination this year. Because they lacked experience some fans thought the Bulldogs would not have a winning team. Early in the season winning had become a habit with the players. They emerged from a difficult l-AA schedule with a 7-3 record. Bull- dogs had a perfect conference record of 5-O. One of these was an impressive 34-8 win over arch rival El Reno. Another was a 45-O win over Put- nam City West, a new conference member. First blood was drawn in a 22-6 romp over Chickasha. Bulldogs continued their march to conference championship with an l8-T2 victory over Mc- Guinness, another new rival. ln non-conference games Altus faced two teams, Clinton and Law- ton who later became state champions, losing O-27 and O-35. Altus lost a close inter-state game with its oldest rival Vernon, Tex. 6-14. In other non-conference play Bulldogs posted wins over Elk City U4-l2l, Frederick f26-91, and Wood- ward Q27-71. DISTRICT CHAMPION Bulldog football team members are FRONT ROW: James Siniard, Craig Garnett, Terry Tims, Mike WilUams, Dwight Starr, Billy Bob Starr, Mark Cotney, Dan Iken, Pat Farley, Kevin Robison, Pat Wallace, Mike Nichols, Charles Cooper, Marvin Hyde, Gary Smith, Billy Pickett, Ron Babione, Randy Muse, Sam Carraway, Randall Walker, Bobby McMahan, QUARTERBACK Billy Bob Starr, gets off a pass as Mike Williams blocks out the pursuit. Altus aerial express accounted for several Bulldog scores. Steve Frazier. BACK ROW: Coach Jim Cromartie, Kyle Davis, Harrison Mock, Glenn Devoll, Steve Fueglein, Mike Ray, Bobby Allen, Joe Sanchez, David Chapman, Rusty Chapman, George Ford, Sam Rice, Benny Sherman, Scott Whiteside, Terry Wilson, Joe Richards, Randall Hawkins, John Dean, Bob Oakley, Johnny Hill, Jerry Tabb, Head Coach Bob Wenk. k,..-. puny ...M- 86 lv ,r 1 , -MW END Terry Tims runs for maior gain with a pass from END Bobby McMahan leaps high to catch a touchdown pass fin the Q'-'5"Te"b5Ck Staff- conference game against Chickashaj and receives a warm welcome from the defense. TAILBACK Marvin Hyde bursts through huge hole in adversary's line. - 16-,z DIRECTING FORCE behind Bulldogs drive to conference championship was the coaching staff, Head Coach Bob Wenk, foreground, is flanked, from left, by Coaches Bob Hart, Jim Cromartie, David Brown and Gary Coffey. All are former high school and college varsity players, and demand near perfection in Bulldog drill plays, Player loyalty follows when coaches such as these are willing to invest extra hours beyond those on the practice field to help individual players achieve. VARSITY FOOTBALL Defense plays major role in Bulldog victories TEAM EFFORT is evident as Safety Mike Ray stops enemy Q.B. as linebackers Harrison Mock and San. Rice rush to his aid. 88 C -he C ,. ,,", gif X ,N,,, . C C C B F C f is C iiee C l Q4 :S A V,-.-.. C C , . , ly. -,l, kfgyf ,ii ,iCk:i,Tk,y Iygiw, kflf i W , l it 5 ir' figC'C+Cf ,1-- ' -C is ,.e, C . CC lei' ' ,." Cl , 1 ,L ."" IV: ig, , CCC ,,- .-.s H ,A lylggg p 1 Z,yy lt,, ' C :wf -h.i C C , ..,, . ,, tltr K 'W y "'-- ..,, . . 3 ' I 'C , C 'L-L-" C C eees C iyj --Q- ami- ,..., , ., If Cf li, , tl S' ' sa T t ef 1 ,',, ,,,,, ffl? C .Elia t Q. 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Frequently used as early experience by boys planning medical careers. Altus managers have special prestige. This year's staff included Steve Frazier, Alan Chick, Danny Mills, James Siniard, and Billy LaRue. DAWG TEAM members for l968 are FRONT ROW: Bob Armstrong, Lynn Rowland, Tommy Ray, Kyle Ray, Doug Kelley, Danny Gregg, Ronny Pruitt, Jim Stephens, Dwight Cope, Steve Adams. SECOND ROW: Bob Hart, Kenneth Newman, Tommy Garrett, Sam Stauffer, Joey Click, Chris Maffrey, Kenneth "' -' .- '-" - , - KK .M f in D ' 1 I' ' - , f - "' .. - , . ,V .. f -Y - - , . gm, r A., - . .-., "' -,. .. - " ...W-fr'-fa--3' - ' - - ' . . ...,.,..,,... H+-'fr-l : - 0 e... ....- ,..... - , .. Y ' ' ' ' 1-AA pla an " , ,.,,., . - -- , 'SQ t 10 . '. W' ., , " -A v N' - we-1 .. rt. -tu. wferrifrt ' . see ms ii we st- r T 4 :A I High, John Hickerson, Kenneth Hallmark, Dennis Pink, Brent Haynie, Gary Coffey. BACK ROW: Leo Passinetti, L. C. Stewart, Dennis Rice, Ron Fields, Doyle Williams, Craig Thomas, .limmy Bailey, Don Abernathy, Ron Lovett, Victor Wells, David Brown. K KK KK K KKK ,. .. .. , ,,..., ,.,...,,, . C.- FA . . . .,.. . ., . as W V fr it ,r-r A f f ,',r' 1 is "r' r U51 . 'W N 'tv ,e H .Q W -- ' V f' -wi ' A T. . . l 'rn' v W. 3. ' ' J r 1 s li 'lt ' ' it , - , . , .5 , Y . KK . 7 S P err eg . C , . I KK K .. ,VLA-I 1 -. . ' Ng -r ' U, ' ' I , S f . .. , , ' , l l . - ' J . ' uh 77 reaas!,33 sake rf .37 gf-mx. 6... ga ' , f . W H , J 1 - . st rs., KK KKK: Q. ' K 5 g K KK XKXKK K K -4 K EQ K KK I K K K , - K gy. Kofi K K. K .EL KK . , r 5 ' an ' fe JJ . KKKK, ,K . - r ' A :,,K: K? L . . , :J mug. 'Q , .. -.N or this a u e K 9 la. J . ' f 5 ' ll W i 'T' ' X 'S ix 1 ' l "I K H! K. KKA K A K K .K .KKK Ki K KKKK. , K 4 KKWKQKK , 5 f - if K J' . . 1'?4"jg-. 1 K , l . , M K 113 Z K If - K ly , . i 1 ef - l K A '- ' t . K, Q, . K K KK KK EK , We Y A K - , K ,K .W , r' W EQ ,- . K K , , . J 12+ . Kas, i K - I Kg . K K .Kr W AK Ki Q . f K -- ,-3 . - . .- - .1 A .4 wg- V: , ,, . - .. . Q i -fr. ,, , Q 1-Kffifbf Y " W it-rw' J .- '+I 't" W.. .. ?+."3..t-'fmt:Es.rt ' YY. 'f it - ' .. . . . t- EV35. fr.-s M 1-1 r. - ...J -- . ' 1"frw -' fr' riff' gt '. ' 'zr,Je..1-w1fffwra.- . .ft-f3fxai?' . i f f ' ft . .. 89 4 ,i BOYS P.E. Fitness classes emphasize health, recreation activities PHYSICAL FITNESS is a part of the whole education for AHS boys. First hour class members are FRONT ROW: Lazel Fisher, Brady Shaw, Terry Black- burn, Steve Limmons, Al Garcia, Larry Rogers, John Logan, James Henson, Ken Hogan, Dale Wadson. SECOND ROW: Mark Miller, Richard Lipscomb, ' TRIM NEW UNIFORMS for Altus boys in P.E. are worn by FRONT ROW: Leslie Hammock, Larry Terry, Don Latham, Mike Billbry, Vance Hawkins, Jim Craig, Ron Latham, Benny Lawson, James Hill. SECOND ROW: Mike Adams, Andy Homewood, Ronnie Richardson, Bob Armstrong, John Thomp- Gymnastics, team games, and intra-mural sports add interest for boys enrolled in physical educa- tion. lt's all the part of the fitness program which school officials believe must be correlated with academics for greatest achievement. Class mem- bers are encouraged to enter other phases of the athletic program as upper classmen. WRESTLING is a midwinter physical ed. activity for students in Mr. Jim Cromartie's classes. First hour students Jackie Smith and George Giffen wrestle at left while James Henson attempts to turn Brady Shaw at right. Darrel Robertson, Frank Buckner, Gary McDaniel, Randal Crowe, George Giffen, Scott Brantle , Bill Kimball, Jackie Smith, Jim Davis, Coach Jim Cromartie. BACK ROXN: John David Hall, David Rico, Danny McQuiggan, John McDaniel, Greg Sheppard, Ned Frazier, Jim Jones, David Kellems. not U kf lJ"'xJ H -1-1 -- J -adv' son, Calvin Ward, Al Martinez, Danny Mains, Joe Wooldridge, Gary Faulk, High, Coach Jim Cromartie. BACK ROW: Bob Stutsman, John Schopp, William Reed, Steve Reece, Don Owings, Stuart Parrish, Danny McQuiggan. 'Q N 5, gm 1 y A vis +51 'Q 1 1 J sa rr , or V iff ...... J... NEW UNIFORMS give crisp appearance to fourth hour physical education section. Members are, FRONT ROW: Susie Robertson, Judy Nichols, Ann Peek, Phyllis Lavender, Troylene Pickett, Willie lgner, Josie Dominquez, Janice Moll, Mrs. John Elliott, instructor. SECOND ROW: Brenda Potter, Betty West, Belinda Gomez, Debbie Bush, Belinda Carnis, Judith Shelton, GIRLS' PE Games, gymnastics make exercise-for-fun realit Physical education, Altus High School variety, is both recreational and beneficial. No longer must girls spend hours in boresome drills. There is an outlet for every interest. Bowling, gymnastics, trampolining, folk dancing, ballet, soccer, volley and basketball are among activities offered dur- ing a single year's course. SSW? T.-Sift?3eEi2'iT3fdfeaE'l?'.ieE2?ai'iiZfJTe'S2EE2i? K?l1eLif'ii2J2'sUL'i?Sfi Stella Everett. SECOND ROW: Elaine Southern, Pam Rockett, Mary Burrow, Paula Carter, Gayle Smith, Ruth Thomas, Aleta Knupp. THIRD ROW: Linda Amen, Gina Crowell, Darlene Hill, Jacqire Key, Katy Waldroop, Becky Hunt, Alice Fisher, Pat Quigliana, Shirley Chaney, Miss Sherry Weddle, practice teacher. BACK ROW: Sharon Tripiett, Grady Flanagan, Claudine Hukill, Donna Little, Janet Crouch, Margaret LeClair, Wilma Buckner, Trisha High, Kay Cowart, Debra Stickell. FIRST DAY of badminton brings laughs for Lynne Foster, Kathy Howard, Betty Horton, Gwendolyn Hodge and Linda Amen. Ebalene Purcell, Maria Diaz. FOURTH ROW: Kay Williams, Shirley Crafton, Roxanne Fletcher, Bettye Horton, Bernice Fisher, Margaret Hall, Ramona Shivers, Susan Hensley, Patti Kline. BACK ROW: Gwendolyn Hodge, Kathy K. Howard, Priscilla Lance, Dee Schultz, Cheryl Koren, Sandra Chapman, Anna Howard, Susan Stephens, Julie Brinkman, Myra McQuillin. 91 WRESTLING l Bulldog grappler team 5 popularizes new sport This year Bulldog wrestling team finally got into the swing of the full sports program. A.H.S. now had a full time wrestling coach to help the team throughout the year. Mr. Mark McCracken began practice sessions with the Bulldog wrest- ling team two weeks after the beginning of school. Modern wrestling program now three years old and already had established a record as one of the state's most outstanding. Turnout for the sport proved its need by the opening of the season December 6. There were Bulldogs who qualified at every weight group from 98 to heavyweight. l Wrestling is an individual sport, each man matched against someone his own size and weight. Since ancient times wrestling has been recognized as one of the few sports which allows each participant to demonstrate his indi- vidual abilities. MEMBERS OF BULLDOG WRESTLING team wear new uniforms. Team mem- bers are: FRONT ROW: Gary Shepard, Billy Larue, Glen Cruse, David Rich- ards, Ronnic Babione, Forest Ray, Randy Groves, Phil Besett. SECOND ROW: Bobby Allen, Kenneth Newman, Ken Ward, Leo Passenetti, Sam Rice, Mark TEAM CAPTAINS for the '69 Altus wrestling team are Mark Snell, Ronnie Babione, and David Richards. Snell, John Hickerson, Coach Mark McCracken. BACK ROW: Assistant Coach David Brown, Stephen Reece, David Thomas, .lerrel Barker, Lynn Rowland, Jerry Peters, Kyle Ray, Brent Hayne, David Peters. 92 REFEREE GIVES Bulldog Wrestler Phil Bessett points for riding time. WRESTLING --M- . ll l 1,-fffvf ....f-Wm 'W' ff ,. , -. . , ,Zm. WVZ. ,r,, rlll ieee - - A an-fe'-- , W.. We 1 ,E ,, 5 , . N M Zlk kiir, , 2 ' K I V.k' llll r,rl e c. ,irr liri rrr eeec l 1 u e . .rrrrr rr ,r lr.r llrrl 1,. x.Ar ,,r,, :,,i frf, ilrrl f lllrf lllrr 1 rr'r rlrlrr ll.lrr ,'ll .lrr, .:,,, .,,,, K. K X kkik I BULLDOG WRESTLER, Forest Ray, upsets opponent which leads to win for Altus. Grapplers even scores with final victories ASSISTANT COACH David Brown and Coach Mark McCracken plan the Bulldog practice session everyday to have winning team. THlNK TUUCHI 93 1n....g x V X-- k -.... gf , - ,, 'E ,M-.W D a-,KN s-.,.,s,-A wi ww X x 'G w pm 'W 'X 's 0 H1 rf X c06 R .f O ex ff of 1 LP T , X L7 0 . fy-is 3 IE 3 lr i f C? M 2352 l A A ye g. 90 3 ORGANIZATIONS More than a half-million spectators annually make a special effort to see That Altus Band in shows and parades. Traditionally, the band precedes Santa Claus as the big moment of the community Christmas parade. This year Vocational Carpentry students built Old Santa's sled fleft backgroundl and Distributive Education students entered a business float. lt's all a part of today's multi-faceted education. ALLIED ARTS Students make varied canvas subject choices Art students study all phases ot sketching, draw- ing and painting. They work with numerous mediums including pastels, charcoal, tempera, water color and oils. Allied Arts has sponsored Outdoor Art Show in the City Park and an All- School American Education Week Art Exhibition down town. Each year members produce back- drops and special effects for the all-school pro- duction. Instructors encourage experimentation in modern art and techniques. ' , if I ay, 1, ctw.. at L - ya ,,,, - ADVICE ON placement of obiects for a still life " I-ig A ,X INDIVIDUAL INTERPRETATIONS of the same assignment vary with the artists. Dianna Russell, Annette Lambert, Sharon Wallace and Rick Olson compare their wotk. 96 is sought by Susan Stephens. Linda Jones, in background completes an oil. FINAL TOUCHES on "Unsinkable Molly Brown" backdrop are 'Filled in by Linda Jones, lon Iadderl and Donna Dollins. wa... at --...,, is xii-...,, if X Q .,.. .W as R 6 Ss: CONTEMPORARY POSTERS of paper mosaics OIL PORTRAIT of 'Fellow classmate requires concentration are designed bv Mlke Bllbrey and Lazelle Fisher' of Rita Barrett. ALLIED ARTS members are: FRONT ROW: Kathryn Ginn, Becky Martin, Donna Dolins, Cheryl Hughes, Pat Dodson, Ann Peek. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Donald Crum, sponsor, Debbie Lane, Diane King, Gayle Adams, Vicki Phillips, Nannette Dominques, Jana Riggs, Mrs. Richard Maffry, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Donnie Beavers, Gary Burrow, Benny Sherman, Mark Moreau. BACK ROW: Paula Patterson, Sarita Faucher, Refa Curtis, Linda Linne, Glyna Marple, PauleenHoehman, Joseph Williams. ir Ig rm " 5, Q, - 'f Q 'Y , mf: .2 97 VARSITY CHOIR Spectacular events become routine for choir members rx ,se fp I , BECOMING ACQUAINTED with the new equipment are Varsity Choir officers and council members, Ann Abernethy, secretary, Mark Cotney, iunior representative, Mike Sticher, vice-president, Rusty Chapman, president, Ben Bob Mahan, sophomore representative, and Marvin Hyde, senior representa- tive. Purchase price S1875 included turntable and recorder, shared by vocal and instrumental departments, two speakers and two microphones for each department. VARSITY CHOIR members are FRONT ROW: Carla Smith, Cecil Brewer, Kenneth Cox director Joan Decker Mike Jackson Teresa Greer Mike Kathy Herring, Kim Hughes, Jan Starr, Tom Williams, Susan Lowder, Bill Sticher Paula Meacham Danny Fancher Cindy Jones Tal Oden Kay Long Peters, Penny Cline, Adren Griggs, Nancy Craven, Ricky Emery, Beckey Craig Thomas Terri Roudebush Lynn Goodwin Donna Dollins Joseph Edmiaston, Mike Cummings, Kathy Kiker, Ann Tefertiller. SECOND ROW: Remos Donna Blackburn Larry King Kay Price Joey Click BACK ROW Ben Bob Mahan, Gwen Hardy, Earl Groves, Ann Abernethy, Paul Willis, Mark Cotney Chris Schronski Mike Smith Pam Williams Rusty Chapman Debbie Byers, David Freno, Louella Chesser, Marty Roberson, Pat Orr, Ronnie Christy Wright Lonnie Palmer Cheryl Hughes Mike Ray Jennie Buchanan Babione, Jan Mahan, Danny Gregg, DeAnna Harder, Tim Bailey, Jeanne Ann Ron Chesser Deahn Houpe Jim Berryman Susan Blackstone Joel Zinn Lynn Freeman, Marvin Hyde, Gayla Hill, Mary Jeanne Fancher. THIRD ROW: Mr. Cox David Chapman Linda Jones Mike Carpenter I A - A 98 IK ll VARSITY GIRLS Glee Club members are: FRONT ROW: Jan Starr, Ann Tefer- tiller, Carla Smith, Debbie Byers, Jennie Buchanan, Mary Jeanne Fancher, Ann Abernethy, Kathy Herring, Susan Lowder, Louella Chesser, Linda Jones. SECOND ROW: Penny Cline, Nancy Craven, Beckey Edmiaston, Kay Price, Gayla Hill, Jan Mahan, Jeanne Ann Freeman, Donna Blackburn, Donna Dol- Top rate performances before a variety of audi- ences were routine for 1969's Varsity Choir. "l Hear America Singing" with guest artist Jayne Jayroe, Miss America ot l967, was presented November 9 to the general public. Proceeds from this concert financed a trip to Oklahoma City whe-re Varsity members performed as Honor Choir at the Second Annual Convention BOYS GLEE CLUB members are: FRONT ROW: Cecil Brewer, Kim Hughes, Tom Williams, Bill Peters, Adren Griggs, Ricky Emery, Mike Cummings. SECOND ROW: Mr. Kenneth Cox, director, Earl Groves, Paul Willis, David Freno, Marty Roberson, Ronnie Babione, Danny Gregg, Tim Bailey, Marvin Hyde. THIRD ROW: Ben Bob Mahan, Mike Jackson, Mike Sticher, Danny Iins, Cindy Jones, Gwen Hardy, Kay Long, Paula Meacham. BACK ROW: Mr. Kenneth Cox, director, Terry Roudebush, Chris Schronski, Christy Wright, P W'll' D h H S BI k L C am i rams, ea n oupe, usan ac stone, ynn ox, DeAnna Harder, Joan Decker, Kathy Kiker, Teresa Greer, Pat Cheryl Hughes, Orr. of Music Educators. All-State Vocal and Band participants and music teachers from across the state were the concert audience. Later came con- tests at which the choir sang for iudges and again was awarded high ratings. Varsity Choir closed its season with a spring concert climaxed by the coronation of Vocal Royalty. Fancher, Tal Oden, Craig Thomas, Lynn Goodwin, Joseph Remos, Larry King, Joey Click. BACK ROW: Mark Cotney, Mike Smith, Rusty Chapman, Lonnie Palmer, Mike Ray, Ron Chesser, Jim Berryman, Joel Zinn, David Chapman, Mike Carpenter. Q q if 99 GUEST PERFORMER for November concert, Jayne Jayroe Peterson, Miss America of 1967, learns her cues from Mr. Kenneth Cox, director. za iagif, ' Q' -- V9 In 'V .Ma . ., . OCCUPANT of piano bench for two years as accompanist for Varsity Choir, Mary Jeanne Fancher plays for a late night rehearsal for Varsity Boys. fi PARENTS and interested friends attentively watch dress rehearsal for Varsity Choir's performance as Honor Choir of Second Annual Convention of Oklahoma Music Educator's Association. GROUP EFFORT pushed the choir to top performance level at each concert. Tense moments before showtime for Adren Griggs and David Chapman are relieved by Mr. Kenneth Cox. "" -....fLg-xiswsr-. u . ,- ,M - Q A Ai, 5- 1- - , 5,7 M- , , I ,L s s W,.-M-m..4.p-qqq nil 1 A VARSITY GIRLS practice three part treble harmony. Participants in Girls' Glee Club are: FRONT ROW: Shela Mink, Jenny Davenport, Kathryn Ginn, Nannette Dominques, Betty Barrett, Donna White, Barbara Aboussie. SECOND ROW: Linda Banc, Paula Little, Rebecca Hickerson, Elizabeth Grant, Carol Saults, Beverly Young, Sara Sticher. THIRD ROW: Lynette Perkins, Pauleen xi Y SOPHOMORE GIRLS' Glee Club serves as a preparatory class for Varsity Choir. Members of one such class are: FRONT ROW: Veda Gilrnan, Melinda Harkins, Gloria Barnes, Kitty Smith, Patricia Tidwell, Patty Johnson, Loretta Combs. SECOND ROW: Judy McMillan, Doris Risinger, Ann Little, Michelle ENROLLMENT in Sophomore Glee Club surpassed previous years requiring an additional class to accommodate all enrollees. One underc assmen section included: FRONT ROW: Georgia Whiteside, Ruth Snell, Paula Ray, Carla Dempsey, Shari Gober, Carol Perry, Patricia Henderson. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Talley, Kevin Cossey, Diane Rinker, Pam Tims, Cathy Bryce, Connie Sellers, Patti Roberts. THIRD ROW: Sandy Brown, Barbara Allen, Beverlv Holhman, Moreen Allen, Patty Castle, Deanne Penninger, Ruth Hensen, Linda Chandler. BACK ROW: Susie Hambrick, Lynette Brown, Terry Roudebush, Mary Brewer, Kim Pecquinot, Linda Pemberton, Cecila Alexander, Paula Woolums. Hollingsworth, Jackie Key, Terri Tock, Barbara Tyree. THIRD ROW: Gail Parks, Carol Worell, Penny Bishop, Patricia High, Alice Branch, Linda Griffin, Mary Shambley. BACK ROW: Becky Dodson, Cynthia Eichholz, Glenda Cope- land, Diana King, Brenda Siniard, Anita Nuchl, Kathy Kortum. Kirby, Carol Weaver, Nancy Hall, Connie Wallace, Barbara Dorrough. FOURTH ROW: Dawn Hicks, Janis Calkins, Sharon Wallace, Cathy Glaspie, Dee Harris, Lynn Kcvar, Collette Hill. FIFTH ROW: Gloria Duch, Linda Glover, Brenda Ford, Cynthia Neal, Patricia Huey, D'Ette Taylor, Pat Ferguson, Cecil beth Wildman, Benita Elliott, Frances Skinner, Peggy Castle, Susie Roberts, Linda Bryce, Susan Perry. THAT ALTUS BAND Top Six national rating given 1969 marching unit Ninety-five bands entered the Disneyland Marching Contest and That Altus Band, com- peting for the first time, placed sixth in the nation. It was one of a series of honors, includ- ing superior rating and highest praise from judges in regional marching contest held here, standing ovations from football fans at end of half-time spectaculars, and host role for the regional concert contest this spring. At Christmas they led Santa's parade, and in the fall were chosen instead of a military band for Col. Van Haggard's retirement ceremonies. It was an event filled year, with band shows at all home games and all but two out-of-town ones. l TWIRLERS attended a summer workshop at Southwestern State to learn new routines, then spent daily practice periods perfecting techniques. Pam Avery, Martha Howard, Carla Smith and Kathy Herring demonstrate show opening entrance. CADENCE as crisp as the fall temperature marks spectacular arrival of That Altus Band as it arrives in'singIe line precision formation before each game, instruments in one hand. shako carrying boxes in the other. 102 m vi Y Q 1- s S A i f 5 x X in it' s L it DUAL drum maiors Jan Thornton and Kittie Moberly demonstrate technique which earned superior ratings. ss. A v .sx in I + -v... .es.Mq,..+.f 'Z . AIR LIFT by chartered plans for Pep Band members to the Altus-Stillwater play-off game there provided transportation for Bob Mills, Daryl Salmon, Roger Duckett, Pat Phelan, Vic Alexander, Gary Brumleyl Kim. Hughes, Mike Etheridge, Ken Ward and Larry Turner, Ross l0r1gley also in group met them there. V my WHEN ALTU5 Air Force Base Commander Col. Van Haggard ,mv . retired he requested That Altus Band. Air Force headquarters a . I were contacted for appropriate music, and all military I ,cs L l routines learned for the flight line ceremonies before Air Force ,V K A i , and civilian dignitaries. . l NATIONAL AWARD winning color film of Disneyland Show by That Altus Band is previewed by Martha Howard and Joe Billman, seniors, with Mr. Jeff Doughten, director. CONCERT BAND Programs include classical, modern repertoire I . i - 3 , v i ii PERFORMING in "That Altus Band" are FRONT ROW: Alan Chaney, Patti Gordon, Roxanne Smith, Kathy Herring, Gina Crowell, Pam Wade, Stephanie Maddox, Maria Guaiardo. SECOND ROW: Pam Oglesby, Debbie Yeam, Janet Hudson, Brenda Crockett, Teresa Blackwell, John Yates, Ronnie Kuykenclall, Concert section ot "That Altus Band" gave its first major pro- gram in October. Members pro- vide music for such events as all- school production, junior-senior banquet and community and re- gional programs. When Col. Van Haggard, Altus Air Force Base Commander, retired, he requested music by the concert band for his ceremonies. STAGE BAND provides musical entertainment for assemblies and dinners. Members are FRONT ROW: John Yates, Kittie Moberly, Larry Turner, Susan Maley, Mike Ethridge. SECOND ROW: Bruce King, Kent Cost, Kim Hughes, Pat Phelan. BACK ROW: Ken Ward, Jerry Dickson, accompanist, Roger Duckett, Mark Shafer, Bob Mills, David Byrd, Ken Bates, Rick Foster. Steve Barton, David Self, Reta Curtis, Pam Avery, Jerry Dickson, Linda Doresey, Susan Maley, David Alston, Mike Ethridge, Larry Turner. THIRD ROW: Carla Smith, Janice Hunt, Cheri Frazier, Susan McEndree, Debbie Ingram, Ardren Griggs, Mike Allen, Vick Alexander, Mike Douglas, Mark 104 ii li i, DIRECTORS view marching practice from an elevated box on the practice field behind the music building. "That Altus Band" is directed by Mr. Jeff Doughten, center, assisted by Mr. Dois Pace, left and Mr. Larry Harris. Shafer, Coy Selby, Joe Billman, David Byrd, Bob Mills, Roger Duckett, Mike Felton, Kittie Moberly, Pam Aduddell, Jan Thornton, Terry Setliff, Beverly Banks, Zoe Ann McPherson, Martha Howard, BACK ROW: Jim Riddle, Kent Cost, Paul Battles, Ken Ward, Ken Bates, Tom Hollenback, Keith Hayes, Doug S Z x S x f Q f ALL-SCHOOL PRODUCTION " 'B 'Unsinkable Moll Brown" continues hit tradition Curtain call brought standing ovations after per- formances of "Unsinkable Molly Brown," De- cember 7, 8, and 9. Vocational carpentry con- structed furniture and flats. Commercial sewing covered the flats with canvas. Art classes chalked background scenery. Speech students were make-up artists and filled the maiority of speaking roles. Near professional orchestration was provided by band members and varsity choir made up two separate choruses. W . F' il Q 1 ROYAL ENTOURAGE sings "Happy Birthday, Mrs. J. J. Brown" with a fervor that staggered Denver Society. Members of the party are Gary Lubrant, the Duke of Burlingame, Jennie Buchanan, the Grand Duchess Marie Nechalaiovna, David Chapman, Prince Delong, Mary Jeanne Fancher, Princess Delongp and Sarita Faucher, Countess Ethanotus. STARK DRAMA of the Titanic lifeboat scene brought gasps of astonishment from audiences at each performance. Molly Brown encourages oarsmen with her unsinkable philosophy. ROCKY MOUNTAINS serve as scenic backdrop for entire cast. Members are FRONT ROW: Chipper Morgan, Billy Bob Starr, Mike Williams, Terry Roudebush, Sue Stephens, Debbie Ingram, Kitty Moberly, Cathy Bryce, Martha l'l0WBI'd, ZOE Ann McPherson, Stephanie Maddox Maria Guaiardo, Teresa Greer, Deanne Harder, Patti Booker, Diane Rinker, Georgia Whiteside, Pat Wallace, Wesley Castenado, Pat Farley, Mrs. Paul Flippin, general director, and Mr. Kenneth Cox, vocal music director. SECOND ROW: Paul Willis, Patricia Orr. Martv Roberson, Terry Tims, Mark Hughes, Richard Morales, Mr. L. Harris, Mr. D. Pace, Rick Foster, Jerry Dickson, David Byrd, Larry Turner, Roger Duckett, John Yates, Mike Etheridge, Steve Barton, Alan Chaney, Pat Phelan, Kim Hughes, Bob Mills, Tom Williams, Susan Harnbrick, Cecil Brewer, Mrs, Fred Rustman, choreographer, Mrs, Earl Her- ron, makeup, Mrs. Donald W. Crum, art, and Mr. Jeff Doughten, orchestra director. THIRD ROW: Sam Stautfer, Carol Bates, Susan Lowder, Donna Blackburn, Pam Tims, Patricia Henderson, Kathy Herring, Dwight Starr, Gayla Hill, .loan Decker, Glen Devoll, Paula Williamson, Sandra Bates, .- I Z s DYNAMIC Gladys McGlone, played by Mary Reagan, swayed Denver's "Sacred Thirty-six" with her barbed comments against newcomer, Molly Brown. Denver's society included David Stanfield, Monsignor Ryan, Terry Roudebush, Mrs. Harrington, Debbie Byers, Mrs. Van Buren, Teresa Greer, Mrs. Arlington, Katherine Ginn, Mrs. Wilson, Billy Bob Starr, dancer, Ruth Snell, dancer, David Koontz, Mr. Warren, Raymond Fox, dancer, and Patricia Orr, Mrs. Warren. HAPPY BEGINNING for a sad evening is marked by the arrival of Monsignor Ryan, David Stantield, greeted by Molly Brown, Ann Abernethy as the maid, Beverly Young, and Johnny, Rusty Chapman, watch. .l . V ,, . M, , 1 rs 'L ' i . it iii? it Hil I +2 iv, Sarita Faucher, Donna White, Barry Lubrant, Barbara Aboussie, Fran Williams, Brenda Wade, Ann Tefertiller, Jennie Buchanan, Jill Click, David Self, David Freno, Joe Billman, Carla Smith, Marvin Hyde, Lonnie Bevers. FOURTH ROW: Bill Harkins, Jan Mahan, Lynn Goodwin, Deahn Houpe, KBYLWYF1 Ginn, Jim Berryman, Susie Stauffer, Shari Gober, Debbie Byers, Christy Wright, Glyna Marple, Ruth Snell, Danny Talmadge, Dicky Mollison, Karen Fleming, Kathy Kiker, Reta Curtis, Mike Jackson, Joey Click, and Chipper Fox. BACK ROW: Benita Elliott, Doug Culp, Ricky Olsen, Jack McAlester, Kim Pequinot, Doug Mattry, David Paulk, Ron Myers, Mark Glenn, Joseph Remus, David Koontz, Mark Cotney, Bobbie McMahan, Bob Oakley, Harrison Mock, David Stanfield, Joel Zinn, George Ford. Mark Weber, Mary Jeane Fancher, David Chapman, Charles Cooper, Ann Abernethy, iMolly Brownj, Rusty Chapman, Uohnny Brownj, Mary Reagan, Ricky Emery, Ron Chesser, Danny Greg, Mike Cum- mings, Mike Stitcher, Beverly Young, Renee McMahan, Lynnette Stowe,Glen Showers, Craig Garnett, Craig Thomas, Danny Fancher, Jeanne Ann Freeman, Mike Ray, Linda Young, and Bruce Pollock. f 'UN of X Qi X sr 107 FUTURE JOURNALISTS Photo, broadcast, news, ad journalism studied Going offset is the major format and appearance change in both AHS Collar and Altus Times- Democrat during the term. Interviewing, copy writing, making up the Collar, headline writing all are part of producing a newspaper. Financial writing, including personal stock market analy- sis, Air Force briefing sessions such as those on C-5A publicity, field trips to publishing and market centers, the courts and other branches of state and local government are additional por- tions of the course. As Alpha Chapter of Future Journalists of America in the U.S., Altus iournal- ism students exchange papers with other schools throughout the nation JUNIOR MISS feature for the Collar is completed just in time by Barbara Aboussie. JOURNALISM STUDENTS come from widely varied fields of interest in high school with a common gUal to learn iournalism style of written or spoken communication, Typical is the i968-69 class: FRONT ROW: Lanette Perkins, Linda Bisho , Billy Baer, Renee McMahan, Sarita Faucher, Charles Lolilis. SECOND Raw: Garnett Windham, Kathy Lott, Becky Weatherly, Jeannie Vinyard, Barbara Aboussie, Beverly Patrom, Terry Roudebush. THIRD ROW: Jennie Buchanan, Randy Muse, Mike Stitcher, Lonnie Palmer, Glenn Showers, Carol Bolmg, Deahn Houpe, Pete Levchik. BACK ROW: Pauleen Hoehman, Debby Whreny, Nita Stapp, Brenda Wade, Jana Riggs, Mary Reagan, Jeanne Bennett, Pam Jones. Scott Whiteside was ill with the flu on picture day. Absent from the picture also is Mrs. Weldon Ferris, iournalism teacher and Collar advisor, who took the picture. 108 'Q It E DEADLINE TIME for the Collar is a rush situation each issue. Routing copy are Terry Roudebush, Becky Weatherly, Debbie Whenry, and Sarita Faucher. COLLAR PHOTOGRAPHER Scott Whiteside checks lens setting on Speed-Graphic Press Camera. Scott also is a darkroom technician. He also contributed pictures and hours of work to the Bulldog, as did Joe Billman. FIRST EDITION of the Collar this year caused much excitement INTERVIEWING techniques are practiced by Glenn Showers as he for beginning iournalism students. Scanning the paper talks with State Senator AI Terrell following a school assembly at are Debby Whenry, Jennie Buchanan, Jeannie Bennett, and which the Senator reported incidents at the Democratic Convention Renee MCMahan, in Chicago. Visible at right is Mrs. Earl Herron, speech teacher. 109 YEARBCOK Bulldog l969 edition reflects current year facets FINAL INDEX check is made by iunior staffers, Kay Price and Dan lken. Membership on Bulldog yearbook staff begins for three at the sophomore year as apprentices recommended by their junior high schools. Each year the staff is enlarged with additional upper classmen. Senior staff members are veterans in planning layouts, picture appointments and Bull- dog content. Actual vvork on each Bulldog begins the previous March continuing throughout the summer. Bulldog staff attempts live coverage of every maior event. As a result approximately 95 percent of the student body subscribes each year. 1- titi an-at ,gt ,,,,- jg I Mi V is I ft V kikkik A .. .. ff use ,J , ,- . Lan' TENTH-GRADE LIST is rechecked by sophomores Shari Gober, Linda Soper, and Joel Zinn. LAYOUT CONFERENCE, left, requires attention of senior staff members, Renee McMahan, Jennie Buchanan, Wayne Schmedt, and Tom Meacham, staff photographer. JULY WORK sessions were scheduled in air conditioned comfort in the cafeteria. Clockwise workers are Lincla Soper, Kay Price, Jennie Buchanan, Wayne Schmedt, Joel Zinn, Lynnette Stowe, and Thurma Jo Bryce. 3 l Aus- X 1 2. 5 .-new 5 1 'Y any ."X,k1.' AMERICAN YEARBOOK publishers consultant, John Clark smiles approval as Thurma Jo Bryce, left, and Lynette Stowe, 1969 editors, show him student section portraits. lil SPEECH Acting, directing, make-up, MAKE-UP ARTISTS for All-School Production were provided by Speech classes. Sammie Stauffer who already has been through the whisker line now receives accent marks from Angelita Everett, Speech I student. assemblies 1969 agenda Poise, confidence, and self-reliance are traits emphasized in speech classes. First year students receive topic assignments. They must develop an original idea, transfer it to paper, and trans- mit it vocally before an audience of their peers. By midterm most students have such basics as gestures, standing position, and body twitches under control and poised speakers begin to emerge. Second year students put their previous year's work into practice. One main proiect this year was "Cinderella" performed by Washington Elementary sixth graders. This small-scale mus- ical was directed by Speech II, who had all pro- duction headaches to contend with, such as script, stage directions, choreography, music, costumes, and sets. Performance night was a success before a standing-room-only audience. HALF OF BEING A good speaker is being a good listener. Ninety percent of speech students' classtime is spent as listeners. Practicing this phase of forensics are Paula Patter- son and Gayle Adams as Johnny Hill delivers an entertaining speech. SEEING IS BELIEVING. Video-tape machine makes believers of speakers when they see their poise or lack of poise flashed on a screen. Equipment is examined by mechanically interested males, Mark Moreau, Forrest Ray, Wesley Castanado, Larry McClellan, and Roger Allen. II2 iffy--7..,. ., i. 9 in -6 r 'haf , LL L Q 14 LL.. . L L L . . L . W L , 'L L H .1 2 L L L- LL LL ,LLW L. y . he i Y 'S QL, V my, g Z 'ilg - it S 5 :,,f- is i FALSE TESTIMONY is given by Karen Andre, Mary Reagan, to protect her swindler boyfriend, Byorn Faulkner. AUDITORIUM STEPS are familiar to Thespians who have descended them innumerable times after practices for musicals, assemblies, speeches, and play. Second year Thespian Troupe members are: FRONT ROW: Fran Williams, Mary Reagan, Jennie Buchanan. SECOND ROW: Martha Howard, Reta Curtis, Sarita Faucher. LAST ROW: Mary Jeanne Fancher, and Betty Barrett. DEFENSE ATTORNEY, Mike Nichols and District Attorney, Scott Whiteside receives coaching hints from director and speech teacher Mrs. Earl Herron. TENSE MOMENTS during the testimony of Signurd Junquist, Uerry Dicksonl, are shared by defendant Nancy Lee Faulkner Uennie Buchanan! and John Graham Whitfield, Ulusty Chapmanl. 3 u 4 5 N i. , c T . I ff: . We , "' . it rg Sf t 5? rl PARTICIPANTS in Laym Club are FRONT Row Pai Dodson George Ford sponsor. BACK ROW: Debbie Byers, Kevin Cossey, Melinda Harkins, Patricia Dwight Starr Craig Garnet! Carey Pat Wallace and Mrs Dale Culver Hefldefsfin, JudY Relnhaff- Cl3SS1C3l league attracts student body cross section Latin Club is one of three language organiza- tions offered at Altus High. Its members consist of students who are especially interested in be- coming doctors, scientists, or educators. Some members participated in the Bartlesville Latin Club contest in midwinter. The Club also spon- sors an annual slave sale and Ides of March festival. CLUB OFFICERS Dwight Starr, presidentg Terry Tims, vice presi- dentf and Debbie Byers, secretary: study membership roster. ALLIANCE FRANCAIS Club meetings require fluentglsrench conversation This year, for The second Time, Mrs. Dale Culver was one of The Teachers chosen To have super- vision of a practice Teacher in French from SouTh- western State. One of The ouTsTanding features of AHS French instruction is The French club meetings emphasizing everyday usage of The language. Each spring a banquet a la mode Francais honors The queen and her aTTendanTs. f A A i' if -- 5 iq ,,,,,,..t- VV K 44 W.. Q HMM' TAPES ARE selected for French Club listening by club officers: Woodine Roudebush, president, and Robbie Parker, secretary, while Adren Griggs, vice president and Loyd Stutsman, parliamentarian, give their opinions. i sr - ,, g "T V PROGRAM PLANS are discussed by Mrs. Dale Culver left, with Miss Barbara Hankins, practice teacher , who co-sponsored the club first Term. Membership in Alliance Francais attracted a record nu b f F m er o rench stu- dents. Members are: FRONT ROW: Mrs. Dale Culver, sponsor, Becky Martin, Wocdine Roudebush, Jan Starr, Adren Griggs, Donna Jones. SECOND ROW: Scott Brantley, Bobby Allen, Mark Cotney, Kevin Robison, Loyd Stutsman. BACK ROW: Angelita Everett, Jenny Davenport, Beverly Young, Cynthia Eichholz, Paula Williamson, Susan Hambrick, Robbie Parker. l'l5 SPANISH CLUB Club meeting rules requireconversational Espanol Spanish Club is one of the original academic organizations at Altus High. It has a proud his- tory ot accomplishment both on campus here and in local, district and state contests. Each year members enter the National Spanish contests for those who have had previous experience with the language and those who are taking it for the first time. This year two persons from Mexico had active roles as students. Charles Smith, Mexico City, spoke only a few words ot English when he enrolled in regular classes. Friends made in Spanish Club helped Charles read his other text- books and gain basic knowledge ot English. Another visitor, a graduate engineer, audited Spanish ll class in reverse to gain knowledge of English. Altus School District is the Migrant Education Center tor Oklahoma, providing Spanish stu- dents with opportunities as Language Aides and Migrant and Head Start volunteers. ADVANCED SPANISH Club members initiate the new members from Spanish I each year. Meeting to make plans for the stellar event are: FRONT ROW: Pete Lopez, David Byrd, Christy Wright, Marilyn Smith, Betty Barrett, David Chapman, and Jerry Tabb. SECOND ROW: Charles Smith, Arthur Valdez, Danny Mills, Glenn Showers, Rick Foster, Larry Turner, Billy Bob Starr, Kay .1 pil' NEW SPANISH song tapes are prepared for auditioning by Mrs. D. M. Ewing and Mrs. Bob Rocker, club sponsors. Mrs. Ewing, with headphones, teaches Spanish I and Mrs. Rocker Spanish ll and Altus Junior College Spanish. Mrs. Ewing also teaches a night class of English for adults who speak Spanish as a first language. Heidebrecht, Nancy Craven, Cindy Jones, and Mrs. Rooker. THIRD ROW: Karen- Fleming, Rebekah Hickerson, Kay Long, Kathy Kiker, Vicki Bomar, Silverra Lopez, Paula Patterson, Patty Castle, Susie Stauffer, Elizabeth Grant, and Mary Reagan. 116 FIRST YEAR members must wait until mid-year for membership. New mem- bers are: FRONT ROW: Jesse Coats, David Self, Larry Perry, Joseph Williams, Doug Smith, Daryl Salmon, Max Nunley. SECOND ROW: Carol Perry, Linda Soper, Ross Longley, Martin Roberson, Lynn Goodwin, Andres Martinez, Tim Bailey, Mike Jackson. THIRD ROW: Bonita Elliott, Evelyn Cowart, Gayla Hill, PROPS FOR Spanish Club parties are inspected by 1969 Officers, David Chapman, president, Jerry Tabb, sergeant-at- arms, Susie Stauffer, secretary, Kathy Kiker, treasurer and Nancy Craven, sergeant-at-arms. MEXICAN POSTER is mounted by Pete Lopez, vice president, in preparation for a club session. ww, forms 6 df t www ,VWVW ,t.. sy -9 Q i ,,, gf? ef Patti Roberts, Marilyn Talley, Brenda Ford, Anna Howard, Lanette Perkins, Myra McQuillen, Peggy Castle, Shari Gober, Mrs. D. M. Ewing, sponsor. BACK ROW: Cathy Bryce, Pam Place, Linda Bryce, Elizabeth Wildman, Maria Guaiardo, Glenda Copeland, Francis Skinner, Janis Hunt, Kitty Smith, .lan Iken, Peggy Ledbetter, Susan Maley. l'l7 wus , LIBRARY SCIENCE Research materials, books provide scholars' mecca Anyone who has entered the library in quest of research material or reading enjoyment is aware that it is easy to starve in the midst ot plenty unless one knows how to use the library. AHS students are fortunate in having Miss Bessie Brogan and the library staff to guide Them, Card catalogue and reference books bring stu- dents to higherlevels of selt-sutticiency in tap- ping the library's resources. CHECKING CLASSIFICATION order of the library's reference section are Lynette Stowe, Loyd Stutsman, and Jonnie Robinson. 1-in r' f PREPARING DISPLAY of Oklahoma writers are Deborah Griffin, Historian, Deana Duncan, President, and Brenda Ford, Vice President. ER MAGAZINES form a popular stand in the library. Reanna McDowell and Bobbie Collins re-arrange them as they are returned. UNDER THE guiding hand of Miss Brogan, Junior college students Gloria Rivera and Joe Mills keep records of books checked in and out. Societ meetings provide liason with professionals These students will probably become tuture scientists, chemists, engineers, or members of related occupations. It not it will be a great change from the last eight years of the Jets existence. Past members have metriculated at major universities throughout the nation. These include Cal. Tech., MIT, and all Oklahoma universities. If , alia' gr- , If'-1-. tt . ,, . , -ar . , I' "' L we f ' lf . -r- c ccc . :QA at rt T . . P ll 'X 15 J I 'I X 1' -if Q iv' ACTIVITIES for the coming year are discussed by Dwight Starr, navigator, Chris Schronski, reporter, Thurma Jo Bryce, first officer, Nancy Craven, Captain, and Steve Thomas, communica- tion officer. CHEM I AND II Physics and Senior Math students are eligible to be in Jets Members are FRONT ROW: Mrs. R. J. Lockhart, Nancy Craven Kathy Kiker Susie Stauffer Susan McEndree and Thurma Jo Bryce SECOND ROW: Mr. Herman Babb, Sylvia Lopez, Routh Nita Alexander Chris Schronski Jeanne Ann Freeman and Debbie Byers THIRD ROW: Mr. R. J. Lockhart, Jenny Davenport, Glyna Marple Rita Barrett Denlne Penninger Betty Barrett Sandra Bates Jill Click Annette Darwin, Loyd Stutsman. BACK ROW: Steve Thgmas ieogge Ford Kevin Robison Buddy Long Mike Saindon Wayne Schmedt Johnnie Post, Mike Ray, David Alston, John Dean, an Dwigt tarr Becky ai.. mills i fsmscfwa 'Q HM BIOLOGY CLUB Scientific research becomes fun when shared Films, reflecting in full color the exploits of scientific adventures, talks by persons involved in professional fields involving the sciences, and club projects which include field trips. These help bring first year science students to grips with the realities of the world in which they are studying. Each year Mr. Buel Garvin's Biology Club makes special field trips as well, usually on a weekend. These may include a visit to the Eagle- Picher Copper Mine, or an archeological and plant inspection tour of Devil's Canyon on the North Fork of Red River, or 'digs' along the banks of Red River tributaries. Other meetings simply may be utilization in new ways of the scientific equipment available as a result of both the National Defense Education Act KNDEAJ programs and the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. MEMBERS OF THE BIOLOGY CLUB section sponsored by Mr. Buel Garvin include: FRONT ROW: Linda Soper, Brenda Sinard, Mary Shambley, Sliclg ert avi Randolph, Frances Skinner, Diane Rinker, Cathy Bryce, Susie Rob s, ' McElfresh, and Brent Bailey. SECOND ROW: Jim Stephens, Joel-Zinn, Steve RHIZOBIUM BACTERIA is viewed by Steve Adams se reta ry 1 C 1 through a steroscopic microscope as Mr. Garvin gives instructions and Scott Brantley, president, takes notes. PLANS FOR the next meeting are devised by Michelle Hollingsworth, Janis Calkins, Jan lken, Susie Roberts, program committee members and Ronnie Kuykendall, secretary. Adams, Ronnie Kuykendall, Paul Battles, Scott Brantley, Tim Bailey, and Mike Adams. THIRD ROW: Anna Howard, Kitty Smith, Jan Iken, Darla McClellan, Elaine Southern, Elizabeth Wildman, Dawn Hicks, Charlotte Paulk, Janis Calkins, Shari Gober, Michele Hollingsworth, Ann Little, Mr. Garvin. W W"f'A Q azz- NVQ f . . ,,.,.. .. . ...WM . w 2 AQ' is JJ 1 sf as ,W REFRESHMENTS are enioyed by biology club members during break of monthly meeting. BIOLOGY CLUB lil 'V 2 . k ff e ye l is PROPER WAY to carry microscopes is demonstrated by officers of Mr. Jantz's club. Officers are Glenda Copeland, secretary: Benita Elliot, vice-president, and Pam Tims, president. Students understand, acquire scientific experience Biology Club membership opens whole new horizons of microscopic and macroscopic experi- ence in a real world ot science in daily lite. Field trips help students gain opportunities through observation and exploration both as individuals Qiflsiliefl, 'Fi 'E'2i5f5"B1EiI'Elllil, "i31'2'2yCi'5l,l'li'JEi2 52212, Eiilliifs Wallace, Terry Setlitf, Donna Pigg. SECOND ROW: Mr. Jantz, David Taylor, Jimmy Shipley, Earl Groves, Phil Simms, Stephanie Maddox, Carol Weaver, and as groups. Club meetings give students a chance to learn from different speakers, and to make contacts with the scientific community. Many active members ot the past have become doctors and bio-chemists. l2flSiliasSll'5lZl'R3i'I'hsl?eii'S'eElefl,3T"iZnffZV7ilZ'ii,Mi5Z'l'Yrel'Q,i'ilI.3Y'cZfl2' S3253 sey, Glenda Copeland, Susan Maley, Lori Benedict, Melinda Harkins, Ruth Snell, Pam Tims, Georgia Whiteside, Roxanne Fletcher, and Terri Tock. l2l PEP CLUB Feminine support encourages Bulldogs on to state Q sense Bubbling cries and rousing iii B B ? 1 if w cheers of the Pep Club V , 5 . help encourage winning i ... ,,. , A A ,.... 5 , 1 streaks tor AHS this year. ,Z W, we Besides showing vitality and devotion at the games, members may be seen hanging posters and signs displaying school pep. They keep school and community spirit high as Bulldog teams fight for victory at gridiron, field- house, track, diamond and links. PEP CLUB MEMBERS are: FRONT ROW: Paula Williamson, Glenda Copeland, Cindy Eichholz, Deborah McNeal, Sybil Armstead, Carla Dempsey, Angelita Everett, Teresa Greer, Cheryl Thornton, Terry Roudebush, Patty Booker, Debbie Byers, Susie Stauffer, Barbara Aboussie, Ann Tefertiller, Rebecca Hickerson, Peggy Ledbetter, Paula Little, Garnett Windham, Gayle Smith, Carol McElroy, Ann Peek. SECOND ROW: Pat Dodson, Debbie Yoacham, Melinda Harkins, Marilyn Talley, Patty Greene, Pat Plew, Cathy Bryce, Diane Rinkel, Ruth Snell, Lori Benedict, Gayla Hill, Jan Mahan, Nita Stippf Ann Abernathy, Beverly Young, Kathy Kiker, Terri Cossey, Robbie Parker, Beckey . ........-....,. ,..-..... L iii!! . -- ., , l Ee VICTORY CHEER is led by Bulldog cheerleaders, Pam Tims, Georgia Whiteside, Jeannie Bennett, Susie Roberts, Jill Click, Jeanne Ann Freeman, Jan Starr, Linda Young, and Kim Pequignot. Edmiaston, Nancy Craven, Sarah Sticher. THIRD ROW: Pam Place, Paula Ray, Cindy Terry, Francis Skinner, Janice Calkins, Cathy Glasoie, Shari Gober, Patricia Tidwell, Benita Elliott, Lynette Brown, Joan Decker, Linda Amen, Mary Shambley, Karen Fleming, Christy Wright, Kay Price, Paula Meacham. BACK ROW: Becky Dodson, Kevin Cossey, Patricia Henderson, Carol Perry, Roxanne Smith, Connie Sellers, Terri Tock, Patty Roberts, Donna Dollins, Annette Darwin, Fran Williams, Connie Wallace, Betty Barrett, Deanine Peninger, Nancy Hall, Kathryn Ginn, Lynnette Stowe, Mary Reagan, Linda Pemberton, Debbie Jones, Debra Stickell, and Carol Weaver. 1 , . 1 L. A A -ii . 1 , f r . i , 7 Q ' . Z , ,, gm? 1' 122 y .ggi .V...V ,W,, is .,,,,, - T 3 A Q POM POM routines, blazers, and 1968 pep gave AHS new look and sparkle. Paula Williamson and Gayla Hill prepare to demonstrate the routine for Mrs. Earl Herron, new co-sponsor. N., t CLUB AGENDA plans, including hall decorations, pep rallies and practices for new cheers are outlined by Mrs. Paul Flippin, co-sponsor, with Jan Mahan, president, and Fran Williams, secretary. SCHOOL BOOSTERS gather in Bulldog Lane as football bus prepares to depa for Oklahoma City. 123 are keys to progress Student participation in government, promotion of good citizenship and co-operation between students and taculty are the purposes of the AHS student council. Members, elected in May, must have a grade average of at least 2.8, must participate in extracurricular activities, be in good standing with the school, and must have attended Altus schools the preceding semester. The president of each class, elected in the tall, is included as a council member. Any group or organization with requests or a petition con- cerning their attairs should submit them to their council members for consideration. Any legisla- tion may be vetoed by the principal. Working closely with Mr. Jerry Doyle, advisor, the coun- cil has sponsored a student handbook and sug- gested candidates tor the DAR Good Citizen Award. Copies ot both the student handbook and student council constitution are available- HAND RAISED to catch Mr Jerry Doyle's attention, Mike Smith prpeares to propose an amendment at an early morning meeting of the full council. Clockwise, council members are Bobby McMahan, Scott Wh teside Gayla H ll Mark Snell, Steve Adams, Rusty Tahsuda, Mr. Jerry Doyle, Dwight Starr, Jan Mahan, Jill Click, Mike Smith, Ben Bob Mahan, and Doug Jones. S!" MW' 9?-',"r , I CONTENT of the student handbook was planned in August. Mr. Jerry Doyle, Dwight Starr, Jan Mahan, Jill Click, and Mike Smith discuss possible additions. ELECTION of officers by members of the council at the first meeting of the year placed Scott Whiteside as vice-president, Mark Snell COLLAR article reminds council members Bobby McMahan, as preside,-lf, and Jill Click as secretary-treasurer, Rusty Tahsuda, and Ben Bob Mahan of previous activities as they "clue in" their incoming co-sponsor, Mr. Roy Risner. E 125 ..g,.vm XJ OFFICE GIRLS enioy secretarial work. They ere: FRONT Row: Susan Lowder, BACK ROW: Leanne Lambert, Debbie Yoalwm. Teresa Dean, Annette Darwin Nita Alexander, Fran Williams, Carol Bates, Nita Stapp, Karen Fleming. Rita Barrett. Gavla Hill, Susie Stavffer, Jennie Buchanan. ASSISTANTS Volunteers give daily hours to school functions Volunteer assistants are students who help teachers of classes in which they have excelled in previous years. Some students become so interested in this work that they make a career in that particular field. Office assistants enjoy secretarial and receptionist jobs as well as work- ing with people. Students report that going through the course a secord time gives them a wider knowledge of a particular field. It also gives them a chance to use the knowledge they have acquired in first year study. BROCHURES of work in their particular fields are examined by Marilyn Smith, Spanish assistant, and Jana ASSISTANTS in biology and chem- istry are FRONT ROW: Mike Sain- don, Brenda Wade, Pat Dodson, Donna Jones. BACK ROW: Judy Reinhart, Karen Hardy, Linda Bryce, Linda Linne, Thurma Jo Bryce. 'Q 126 Mil'-u.,K Riggs, home ec. assistant. is .i 1. COMMERCIAL SEWING Vocational Sewing classes develop professional skills Vocational commercial sewing is in its second year as one of Two such courses in Oklahoma. Under The Gaintul Occupation phase of Home Economics, commercial sewing is a part of The Vocational Education Act. Girls finishing This two-year course are prepared to work as altera- tions experts, custom dressmakers, and in textile industries using power machinery. MORNING SECTION members are Gayle Adams, Sandra Chapman, Cheryl Hughes, Kaye Phillips, Pam Bazile, Donna Nall, Garnett Windham, Odella Leister, Bessie Igner, Denise Jackson, Sandi Goldston. - A V A ji,-,i,3g,Qws 5. k:gf2ff'QQ'j,j5ijg53.,,-i -W :g.1ii.Lgz:c2 SKILL in the use of a power surger is displayed by Margareta Linares as Phyllis Addison watches. iq-ill' VOCATIONAI. HOME ECONOMIST, Mrs. Del Ray Thomas explains of power machinery to working class members, Linda Chandler, E.. use Diana Russell, Sharon Wallace, Mary Kraatz, Paula Rice, Bobbie Jones Mona Gafford, Miriam Harvick, and Janice Willis. Q . c A5154 .... we Tel f CHILD CARE Career opportunities await vocational graduates Newest department at AHS is child care. Started in September girls enrolled in these classes attend school one-half day on the main campus and the remainder at the Learning Center. Be- ginning the second six weeks they worked with tour and five year olds during laboratory ses- sions, Later they learned correct methods of working with the aged preparing themselves for opportunities in convalescent homes. FHA members working in child care department, Robin Smith and Dianna Kortum and Mrs. Robert Bolton, instructor, inspect toys used by children in class. feriawif r 5 aa-t 1 MQRNING CLA55 members are FRQN1' ROW: Kay Madden, Barbara Parsley, Willis Mrs Robert Bolton BACK ROW Linda Nolen Petra Linares Brenda Shirley Schlecht, Penny Morgan, Ruth Henson, Donna Mayrhofen, Kathy VafICle2iV9 Karen Vaughn JUdY COX TONS l-I9hflY VlCkY MOYYIS MEMBERS of the afternoon class are FRONT ROW: Jean West, Polly Howard, Mrs Robert Bolton BACK ROW Bonita Lankford Tama Williams P51 Judy Anderson, Dianna Kortum, Carol Boling, Robin Smith, Donna Risinger, Robertscn Neville Lauen Cheryl Gulyas Joyce Allen Robin Hillegass 128 l FHA Homemaker careers attract record co-ed enrollment Second year after their reorganization found the AHS Chapter of Future Homemakers of America engaged in year-long activities. Early in the term they attended two district meetings and were host for a meeting with a sister organization, Eldorado. Christmas dinner was provided for a needy family by FHA. s FHA PARTICIPANTS Sandra Bates, Glyna SECOND ROW: Mrs Jones, Teresa Dean for this year are, FRONT ROW: Dee Mills, Reta Curtis, Marple, Pati Booker, Cheryl Thornton, and Pam Rockett. . Del Ray Thomas, Priscilla Lance, Leanne Lambert, Cindy , Nita Stapp, Nancy Hall, Carol Weaver, Benita Elliot, J , so 1"'4"l ri ltr a 4 NEW MATERIALS for this year are viewed by the officers. They are Reta Curtis, treasurer, Sandra Bates, secretary, Glyna Marple, president, Pati Booker, vice president, and Cheryl Thornton, recreation. Standing are Carla Dempsey, reporter, Gayle Smith, photographer, and Nita Stapp, parliamentarian. Not pictured are Benita Elliott, song leader, and Martha Howard, historian. BASKETS OF FOOD are taken to a needy 'family by Mona Gafford, Sharon Wallace, Miriam Harvick, Mary Kraatz, and Dianna Russell as a Christmas FHA proiect. and Mrs. Ora Littleiohn. BACK ROW: Garnett Windham, Ann Tefertiiler Carla Dempsey, Patty Johnson, Gayle Smith, Pattv Castle, Dianna Russell Mary Kraatz, and Mona Gafford. -nl l 11 4 U 1 DECA Future decisions based on present work experiences ON THE JOB TRAINING gives practical experience to DECA students. Mem- bers of D.E, Ill are: FRONT ROW: Beverly Patrom, Pam Jones, Annette Lambert, Patricia Gilman. SECOND ROW: Cecil Johnston, David Beane, Gary Students enrolled in Distributive Education gain valuable experience which may play a big part in future decisions. Enrollees may elect a career in business administration as a result ot their DE iob experience. It they should choose another field, DE has taught them responsibility, punc- tualness, and willingness to see a iob done well ACTUAL WORK experience begins in D.E. ll. Second year DECA. students are: FRONT ROW: Jimmy Lemasters, Xavier Valdez, Danny Mills, Kirk Kravig, Gary Fancher, William Haroldson. SECOND ROW: Debbie l-ine, JUdY -qw Q Rutledge, Steve Warren, Larry McClellan. BACK ROW: Johnny Thomas, Jerry Price, Eddie Purcell, Larry Wigington, Tom Meacham. which are necessary traits tor success in any career. DECA sponsors numerous fund-raising activities throughout the term. Sale of calendars and candy finance the Employee-Employer ban- quet. Community and state publicity is given to DECA in recognition ot its annual participation in the United Fund Drive. Nichols Beth Sanford Donna Little Janet Crouch, Peggy Ledbetter, Sandy Goldstdn, Carmen Carr. BACK ROW: Andres Martinez, Earl Graham, John Johnston, Gary Burrows, Mike Williams, Rusty Babione. y . HN - 12 Q PREPARING SIGNS for store window is Eddie Purcell. Eddie is a third year D.E. student and is presently working at Spear's Minute Market. .lil l vi- MEMBERS OF D.E. I are FRONT ROW: Steve Reese, Alice Branch, Loretta Davis, Priscilla Lance, Mira McQuilIan, Brenda Siniard, Kenneth Medlock. SECOND ROW: Fay Hillard, Kay Hillard, Sandra Atchley, Debbie Bush, Veda Gilman, Pam Rocket, Sandy Brown. THIRD ROW: Patty Cline, Cynthia Neil, C...,-.----:ww-""""4' has N, OFFICERS for DECA are Mr. Paul Roach, DECA advisor, Priscilla Lance, chaplain, Steve Warren, vice president Beverly Patrom, president, Annette Lamber, secretary, Patricia Gilman, treasurer, Andres Martinez, parliamentarian, and Pam Jones, reporter. saw. ,,,,xx'vv-up 1 1 .A J Susan Perry, Patricia Tidwell, Eddie Ballard, Lee Clark, Sharon Triplett, Billy Vann BACK ROW- Mike Adams David Casey, Dale Foulk Bobby Arm- strong, Rofiny Richardson, Calvin Ward, Tom Williams, Joe Wdoldridge. l3l FFA Vocational agriculture experience PSYS dividends Students enrolled in agriculture gain valuable classroom knowledge which they apply to their individual outside proiects. Various FFA mem- bers raise prize livestock or field crops to exhibit in the county and state shows. These proiects must be cared for day after day the year round, an invaluable experience for a farming enter- prise. 1 F Q as 5, PREFARING his grain sorghum exhibit for the county and state fair is Mark Moreau. ALTUS FFA members include: FRONT ROW: Mr. Vandell Newville, student teacher from OSU, Clayton Nolen, Ken Ward, Rex Cole, ' ' etheart, Mike Thompson, Sam Anderson, Fran Williams, Chapter Swe David Cole, Jimmy Bailey, Dick Haas, Jerrel Barker, William Harral sr 5. a . .,, f FFA ADVISOR, Mr. Kent Metcalf, and practice teacher, Mr. Larry Winnet, perform a hernia operation on a pig as students, Dewey McGee and Dwight Cope, look on. son, Billy La Rue, Mr. Kent Metcalf, advisor. SECOND ROW: Martin Caldwell, Loyd Conner, Gawain Willis, Don Abernathy, Mark Moreau, Don Russell, Jimmy Lemaster, Mr. Larry Winnet, student teacher from OSU. l32 '. .a .,. f A-M MM,--:1?2QE-"'i.,...':7 '-H f T:?l?l9,55s'W Y we i , 1 s a -- Y A ' ' ai 3 Q his 1. Q5 32 'V , 4 p, Q A gp .ww iff 435- ' +1 Th S 5 , M 1, ' , f. 'ff if tk S ,els Ti Q 2 if is 1 f"5fa21,xftgfii'f?'w,+v1' A X in 111'Wfa'-'ss Ml ul YP 'ii Q Y f f . 5 pf iff is f ' 'Si +3 21 .P ' 5 f 1 1 , ' Q 5 Q fy , ,Q ,Q Q-1"f,.-.2 Tm . ' :' el. ' i i -1-'fe-1 .ytisatf i ,1 Ne .F ai? x, L.. y , y t X y ,QQ kg Q, wk Vi Ph iff, " ,, I NYHZJ:i'f,1wgjy,MLff-QNW 4 5-.I, V . -E ,I',1'4t,,f J".N,:a' if xt, ns- e it -.cMif2,s?'i.Jl?-Kg?Raw 'ff e ..'a1?'1. '-i f iff'-s Wm-1 fur- '1 'ri ' ia- f OTHER CHAPTER members are, FRQNT ROW: David Holder, Scott Brown, Kyle Ray, Sam Stauffer, Dwight Cope, Fran Williams, Chapter Sweetheart, Bob Austin, Dewey McGee, Richard Barker, Terry Chen- ault, Gary Doughten, Jerry Bailey, Mr. Larry Winnet, studtent teacher EXHIBITING this black angus steer is Gawain Willis, its owner. The steer was shown at both the county fair and the Fat Stock Show. from OSU, Mr. Kent Metcalf, advisor. SECOND ROW: Mark Hatton, Bob Carter, Joey Click, Tommy Stroud, Larry Wigington, Donnie Willis, Eric Moreau. x i ALTU5 FFA OFFICERS for the i968-69 year are: Mike Thompson, secretary, Rex Cole, president, Fran Williams, sweetheart, Gawain Willis, treasurer, Dick Haas, vice president, David Cole, reporter, .lerell Barker, sentinel, Kent Metcalf, advisor. VICA Vocational Carpentry champions attract state attention l x VOCATIONAL CARPENTRY students include: FRONT ROW: Steve Fueglin, Donnie La Beth, Neil Nall, Alan Beckwith, Ronnie Graham, and Mr. Robert Killebrew. BACK ROW: Phil Robertson, Mike Mains, James Beavers, Wayne Addison, Hall Coppage, and Steve Beal. Repeated honors have come to Altus Vocational Carpentry Department since its beginning seven semesters ago. Three dwellings meeting FHA standards and a new wing to another dwelling are major proiects. Other construction proiects include: Remodel- ing of much of the first floor of main segment at AHS, construction of their own classroom and VICA OFFICERS represent all carpentry students. ..SEATED are: Jerry Shaffer, Ron Mahon, Randy Russell, Steve Beal, Clayton Nolen and Mr. Robert Killebrew. STANDING are: Phil Robertson, Mike Mains, and Neil Nall. 134 building such special assignments as the Christ- mas sleigh, stage props for school productions and general utility carpentry for the school. As winners of the State Vocational Carpentry Contest, they have been guests at both district and state meetings of the Home Builders Asso- ciation. Team members were flown to Stillwater for the HBA meeting. 1 x INTERIOR WORK moves rapidly as Mike Mains and Steve Beal apply wallboard and Phil Robertson and Neil Nall complete insulation. OLD SANTA himself rides in the Christmas parade in a sleigh made by the Vocational and Industrial Club of American carpentry students. OTHER CARPENTRY STUDENTS include: FRONT ROW: Clayton Nolen, Randy Russell, Terry Blackburn, Ron Mahon, and Mr. Robert Killebrew, instructor. LOADING CEMENT for mortar mixing before beginning outside masonry are: Charles Stropus, Jerry Shaffer and Craig Jackson. HL'T'H6Ev. A' BACK ROW: Danny Mains, Tom Sadler, Craig Jackson, James Austin, Ray mond Hodge, and Jerry Shaffer. J x T l .ti 135 VICA Auto mechanics students attain technical skills Auto mechanics students check into their class- laboratory sessions in the same manner as if they were skilled mechanics in an ultra-modern auto agency. Mr. Ray Vinyard, instructor, spent years in the automobile repair business before becoming a teacher. Student names are posted on the bulletin board work assignment list in the torm used by full time automobile service departments. Work assignments are serious. Automobiles are repaired at minimum costs for other students, faculty members and the gen- eral public. Although the department is only two and one-half years old, graduates already are working as full time mechanics or attending advanced technical schools in the field. DOWNTOWN SUPPLY list is issued to Felix Martinez by Mr. Ray Vinyard, auto mechanics instructor. AUTO MECHANICS Vocational Industrial Clubs of America officers are Barry Wilson, president, Jerry Gibson, treasurer, Butch Bonds, secretary, Jim Wooldridge, vice president, Jim Adcock, chaplain and Donnie Russell, parliamentarian. Not shown are Manley Seay, reporter and Carson Dugger, historian. M , wr- 'itff' tc' . K ': l flka, 9 ti 'tif l l 136 LISTENING INTENTLY as on-duty sergeant explains the work, Bobby Cullins and Barry Wilson were among the VICA members who toured Vehicle Maintenance Division as guests of Altus Air Force Base. MEMBERS OF AUTO MECHANICS classes are: FRONT ROW: John Duty, Mike Allen, Charles Nicols, Larry Wise, John Williams, Dwayne Lollis, Doug Eich olz, SECOND ROW: Manley Seay, Carson Dugger, Chris Smith, Donnie Russel, Johnny Bennerf Mike Carpenter, George Crafton, and Mr. Ray Vinyard. THIRD ROW: Harold Robinson, Jim Adcock, Johnny Purcell, Larry Sample Gerald Barker, Bobby Cullins, and Alfred Garcia. BACK ROW: Jerry Gibson Doug Hughes. Butch Bonds, Jim Wooldridge, Darrell Robertson, Martin' Caldwell, and Felix Martinez. I CHEVROLET'S UNIQUE new carburetor is reassembled for Mr. Ray Vinyard's inspection by Martin Caldwell, and Larry Wise. :js X' .X ,V , ,,, 1 COMPLICATED MOTOR adiustment is easy for advanced auto mechanics students Jerry Gibson and Manley Seay. 137 i 4' . .QC NYC eighborhood Youth Corps members learn, serve Neighborhood Youth Corps students work in all schools and in other tax supported institutions ofthe Community including the Court House, the City-County Health Dept., Memorial Hospital, and the Board of Education, on a twelve-month basis, While most students were on Christmas vacation the NYC students were working wher- ever needed. Some are secretaries, bookkeepers, file clerks, nurses aides, custodial and mainten- ance aides, cafeteria helpers, and others work on various assignments as needed. RECEIVING her paycheck from Cindy Jones, NYC secretary, is Wilda Jean West. NYC MEMBERS are: FRONT ROW: Alfred Garcia,Johnny White, David Rich- ards, Denise Jackson, Larry Sample, Janice Willis, Danny Green. SECOND ROW: Susan Clendenning, Ana Maria Jimenez, Sylvia Lopez, Paula Rice, Joe I H sv. .H Richards, Randel Hawkins, Robert Jackson. THIRD ROWz Roy Williams, coun selor, Adela Dominquez, Linda Nolan, Joyce Saiterwhite, James Beavers Eugene Beasely, Paul Harrelson, Wayne McGee, director. mr 138 ive' ' I MRS. CHARLES DWYER, sec., Mr. Roy Williams, counselor, and Mr. Wayne McGee, director, look over future NYC plans. , ygfgrk NYC OFFICERS Randal Hawkins, vice president, Joe Richards, president, and Janice Willis, sec., prepare for the next NYC meeting. BUSY at work in the Superinfendenfs office is Linda Nolen. Her bookkeeping job gives her a chance fo gain valuable experience as well as financial aid. These opportuniiies are the result of the NYC. lk-Q-., 1 4' qu J Affym . . if - yy, ,, V 1 , -,ww ---- fs Y - .gy ,ff ' L. N, 5,0 5 1' 1 ii - , :Q , ,,,, , LLX, Q., 1 , - Q -Phifsv' . .,, , K 5gg5,v,:m,1 ' W L,,f ,11,,. 11A.1A Liim 1 'ff wiwil Ls-iisixfii-sw, ' M -Lgz-,agagi - 1223, ,: - -,vw-.lbgggew ,l .gi ,,,, , :N KV X , , 2 . W K ' ' L, , L, , I .,Q. , ., ,V X ,,, .,.. . -'iff , -2,1fwffisM1---iv' - 2- ' ' fi- ffiw -ffm gv f - -73 ' Q if- fi Q ,- -' 27. 51 ,. ,,,, , , A,XZ1,.g.. t , . ,, w ill - M ., 5 is , if fy H . . i Af A , lik, , ,- W k Q, 'fha 3, s, 3 ff ,.., .- 'ea o H1 R QQ 05' f up W , V O PAW gmc " len! 1903 PERSONALITIES Combined speech-vocal assembly includes most phases of student life. Honored students including royalty, top athletes, scholars, and student officers participate in the wide range of activities open to everyone. In Altus High School with its multi- faceted opportunities it is the in thing to do. FFA SWEETHEART ueen represents FFA at state fair Honoree of FFA Banquet, Fran Will- iams, Chapter Sweetheart represented Altus FFA at the State Fair Parade of Sweethearts as well as heflped host district and regional meeting. Fran, the daughter and sister of FFA state and national champions, can iudge live- stock and grain as well as most agri- cultural experts. B Q3 0 PRIDE IN THE accomplishments of the FFA Judging Team Award is shared by Fran Williams 1969 Sweetheart A and Rex Cole, chapter president. FFA SWEETHEARTS are active participants throughout year. Brenda Bryce and Diane Rinker assisted in registration for officers' leadership training workshop in December and were present at all important meetings of the chapter. 142 t fi 1 ,,2't+QQ41eeew.-A 1 s ALTUS FFA members took great pride in stately beauty of their queen when she appeared in this gown at the Oklahoma State Fair. 1 'WIT' SV s., is ,tv AQ In IQ 1-QXTI? DECA QUEEN Club president chosen queen Deca III member, Beverly Patrom, is This year's queen. As club president she received The United Fund Out- standing contribution award.DECA's members collect contributions for The high school student body. QUEEN Beverly Patrom's business assignment is at a cosmetic salon. While still a student she demonstrates correct makeup and grooming. n DECA WISHES YOU a Merry Christmas" was the theme of the club's Christmas parade float. Beverly and her attendants were float's 'Focal points. DECA ATTENDANTS Roxanne Smith, junior, and Sandy Brown, sophomore, were chosen to represent club on the basis of personality, neat grooming, and friendliness. 143 7' X yi! REINE FRANCAISE Club royalt observes French customs, fashions Jan Sfarr, French Club Queen of 1969, noi only is adepi ai Francais parle, buf is able To simulaie many of The man- nerisms. As scholarly as she is beauti- ful, Jan hopes 'ro study in France some day. BOTH Jan Srarrs are depicted on this page. At righf is the quietly regal French Club queen. CHEERLEADER Jan Starr vivaciously played a French cheerleader during a pre-game pep assembly. ATTENDENTS, Susan Hambrick and Robbie Parker, find French Club the fun way To put vocabulary into praciice. As par! of the honored court they work on numerous commiitees. 144 I 5 REINA ESPANOLA Poise, charm are queenl qualities Coronation of Spanish Club queen is a gala event in which all members of the club participate, Mexican motif usually predominates and original skits and songs honor the court. Queen Patty Castle who speaks Spanish flu- ently dressed in Latin American mode. MUY BONITA is translated very beautiful. Patty Castle's club members voted her "muy Bonita". gr' X NN. SPANISH CLUB queen, Patty Castle, adiusts "The Last Fight of Manolete" by Barnaby Conrad, before club meeting. ALSO HONORED by their fellow club members are the runner-ups who become attendants for the queen at the coronation. Nancy Craven and Cindy Jones assist in club events throughout the year. 145 HOMECOMING QUEEN Bulldogs crown hearty supporter Homecoming Queen Jill Click has urged Altus teams to victory as a cheerleader since her junior high years. Jill's position as forward for the Altus Lassies Basketbell Team has taught her the value of such support. GOVERNOR of Girls' State, Jill Click was a delegate to 1968 GirI's Nation. FOOTBALL CAPTAIN, Marvin Hyde, crowned Jill on a windy October Friday night. HOMECOMING attendents Nita Stapp, pep club member, and Jeanne Bennett, cheerleader also build school spirit as members of COLLAR staff. 146 I .. EE' 5 . i.iJ1igMg.:5 -N ' if BAND SWEETHEART Honored musician veteran member Years-old dreams were realized for Reta Curtis as Alan Chaney crowned her Band Sweetheart on a wintery night. Band members elected Reta Sweetheart because she personifies qualities ot loyaltyy industry, and will- ingness to see a iob done well. FOND MEMORIES of coronation night are embodied in the lovely gown worn by Sweetheart Reta Curtis. NEW FRENCH HORN is examined by Reta Curtis, band sweetheart as Mr. Jeff Doughten, director, explains new mechanism. Reta is a member ofthe French horn section. SWEETHEART ATTENDANT5 occupy positions of authority in organization. Susan McEndree was elected Secretary-Treasurer and Janice Thornton lead the band as drum major during marching season. 'I47 VOCAL QUEEN Ann Aberneth choral honoree Varsity Choir's choice of Ann Aber- nethy as vocal queen was based on musical ability as well as friendliness and cooperation. Ann is a second soprano member and secretary of Honor Choir and was Molly in the all- school production, "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" last December. DANCER-VOCALIST Ann Abernethy personifies Varsity Choir's versatile membership. l DRESSING ROOM visit with Mrs. Jayne .layroe Peterson, was high point for Vocal Queen Ann Abernethy when the former Miss America was guest soloist with the choir. VOCAL QUEEN ATTENDANTS, .Jennie Buchanan and Mary Jeanne Fancher, are both musicians and vocalists. Both play flute and piano. 148 Y -'ii ,...r"f-su VOCAL KING Choir membership chooses Chapman Varsity Choir member Tor Three years and acTive in glee club during iunior high, Vocal King Rusty Chapman also is The choir president He was The male leacl, Johnny "Leadville" Brown in The all-school production, "The Unsinkable Molly Brown." BULLDOG FOOTBALL players such as Rusty Chapman frequently also are featured vocalists aT Altus High. Rusty was on All-Conference Team. I FORLORN Johnny "LeadvilIe" Brown waits for the return of Molly in "The Unsinkable Molly Brown." VOCAL KING Runner-Ups Mike Cummings and Cecil Brewer, both choir members, frequently appear as soloists. 149 .. --.' wear . SENIOR CHOICES Class of 1969 selects present, future leaders. Outstanding personalities with a combination of talents earned titles of "Most Likely to Succeed," "Best Athlete," and "Most Talented," on school and community projects. Concentration and dedication to books, music and sports over long periods of time were recognized by seniors in making these choices. All have won district, regional, and state honors and four have won national awards. BEST ATHLETES Marvin Hyde and Jill Click stand before the Bulldog which has watched their victorious sportsmanship during their high school years. . 3 V .1tff...s..4 s .N f I M, .sn . - MOST LIKELY T0 SUCCEED Nancy Craven and Scott Whiteside exchange ideas about colleges which offer the most educational opportunities. MOST TALENTED SENIORS Rusty Chapman and Ann Abernethy reminisce scenes of the musical in which they had leads. 150 . 73 s My i is ' l 1, T1 A, 1 -- rr? A A f' B 3'-M,.,,', ,qv 'A it lt ts BEST ALL AROUND Classes recognize student awareness, cooperation. Wide interests in all categories of community and school earned The title ot "Best All Around" for these students aT each grade level. Extra- curricular activities and scholastic achievement form a daily part of their lives. Their highschool records exemplify All Around active participa- tion. Each holds membership in academic clubs, and all have previously received special recog- nition from their classmates in grade school, as well as iunior and senior high school. BEST ALL AROUND seniors Jeanne Bennett and Bruce Pollock were honored for their friendly, outgoing personalities and their interest in all facets of school life. A 5 l if f c sg? JUNIOR BEST ALL AROUNDS Bobby McMahon and Gayla Hill exemplify characteristics of their honor through their high scholastic record and enthusiastic participation in activities. BEST All AROUND SOPHOMORES Patti Roberts and Ben Bob Mahan were selected for their genuine friendliness, and active interests in school academics and extra-curricular events. gi ' t,. r rlt E rtttttkil, fi A 'V iiiii ' it BEST CITIZEN . . . , I I Scholarslnp, W1de mterests are honor selecuon b3S1S Citizenship, thoughtfulness, and years of loyal work with faculty and classmates were qualities considered in casting votes for Best Citizen. These students have wide interests in all facets of school, church, and community lite. Follow- ing the rules of modern sociology is a part of their integral personalities. Qualities considered by iuniors for BEST CITIZEN were found in Rusty Tashuda, Jan Starr, and Terry Tims. SOPHOMORE BEST CITIZENS, Danny Gregg, Shari Gober, and Georgia Whiteside set their goals for the future to remain loyal and thoughtful. I52 SENIOR BEST CITIZENS, Beckey Edimiaston, Fran Williams, and Mark Snell exemplify model behavior as they set an example for underclassmen. .--' "We ri. I' I -'is W -N All state groups select AHS vocal, band students ALL-STATE BAND alternate Rick Foster demonstrates drum roll to Mr. Richard Morales, first semester practice teacher, and Mr. Jeff Daughten, director of "That Altus Band." Three times during the preparation of the Altus Bulldog special pages are reserved for high honors won by the student body. One of these is in the opening 16 pages of the book, and includes first-of- the-year awards. This and the following six pages are an attempt to cover major awards at midyear. In the summer sup- plement, published following gradua- tion, will be an additional honors section featuring, in particular, maior scholar- ships and annual awards made to seniors in various categories. Probably in no other manner can the multi-facets.of an Altus High School education be illus- trated so vividly. VOCAL DELEGATES to All State Convention, Rusty Chapman, bass, Mike Cummings, tenor, Kathy Herring, soprano, Jeanne Ann Freeman, second soprano, David Freno, bass, Mary Jeanne Fancher, soprano, and Cecil Brewer, tenor, locate names on all-state roll. 153 HONORS Aehievememg run full activity, scholastic gamut A BULLDOG football players chosen ' for the All-District I-AA team are Mike Ray, Charles Cooper, George Ford, Marvin Hyde, Scott X L Whiteside, and Rusty Chapman. 7 District coaches and sports writers base the selections on seasonal performance. ex, uf it . , OKLAHOMA DAR GOOD CITIZEN, Mary Jeanne Fancher, accompanied the RECORDS Show 'hal AHS slfldems "epfa'edlY score 'n Varsity Choir and guest artist, Jayne Jayroe, for the choir's the top national percentlles on achievement tests. fan Concen HI Hear America Singing. Top two percent raters on the ACT test, Scott Whiteside, ' Charles Cooper, and Nancy Craven glance through catalogues of their chosen colleges. 154 D' 'if 1-"f W, wi .w....anw-vf-- ff' a. an .ew Qin STUDENTS placing in the top five percent on the PSAT test were Roger Duckett, Lynn Goodwin, Jeanne Ann Freeman, and Donna Jones. ' 5 5 4+ , , , 4 , . i , t r 51 T 31 film : DELEGATE to National 4-H Convention held in Chicago, Mike Nicholas, checks last minute travel plans. REGIONAL BAND participants are selected in auditions at Southwestern GUii2fd0. SECOND ROWI Alan CHGHBY, PGY Phelan, Bob Mills. ROQEV D1-'Clin State College. Members from AHS are: FRONT Row: Mike Etheridge, Larry ett, Pam Avery, Daryl Salmon. BACK ROW: Rick Foster, ROSS I-fmglev, Kim Turner, Kittie Ray Moberly, Zoe Ann McPherson, Stephanie Maddox, Maria Ward, Paul Battles, and Mr. Jeff Daughten, AHS director. 155 HONORS Students represent HS OI1 state, national levels HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES page, Kim Hughes, was notified of his appoint- ment in late December. Second semester he attended the pages' school in Washington, D.C. while carrying out his duties on the House floor. VOICE OF DEMOCRACY Speech Contest winners are Mary Jeanne Fancher, second place, Mary Reagan, first place: and Jennie Buchanan, second place. Obiect of the contest, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary is to develop high school student's interest in their government. . -.... 156 All AMERICAN YOUTH, Jill Click, Mark Snell, and Scott Whiteside, discuss proposals to be presented before the Student Council of which all are members. VARSITY CHOIR was the demonstration honor choir at the Oklahoma Music Educator's Convention January 24. Susan Blackstone and other choir members prepare for departure for Oklahoma City aboard chartered bus. They were named "Outstanding Teenagers of America" in the national publication of that name. SENIOR HONOR STUDENTS are: FRONT ROW: Ann Tefertiller, Glyna Marple, Gwen Hardy, Susan Lowder, Nita Alexander, Mary Reagan, Cheryl Gulyas, ThurmaJoBryce,Beckey Edmiaston. SECOND ROW: Nancy Craven, Susan McEndree, Martha Pierpont, Pam Bazile, Annette Pate, Marilyn Smith, Lynn- ette Stowe, Renee McMahan, Teresa Dean, Megan Flanagan. THIRD ROW: SCHOLA RS Barbara Aboussie, Bill Peters, Cecil Brewer, Jill Click, Annette Darwin, Deahn Houpe, Mary Fancher, Gail Adams, Louella Chesser, Reta Barrett. BACK ROW: Sandra Bates, Fran Williams, Kay Heibrecht, Ronny Graham, Ron Chessar, Howard Shoumake, Mike Baker, Steve Beal, Jerry Dickson, Senior class tops high school honor percentile High scholastic achievement usually is attained by some ability plus much work and "burning the midnight oil," counselors believe. High school seniors achieve honor roll and top ten percent through all ot these. Requirements tor reaching honor roll status are taking at least tour TOP TEN SENIORS are FRONT ROW: Linda Linne, Barbara Aboussiei, Glyna Marple, Susan Lowder, Mary Reagan, Renee McMahan, Cheryl Gulyas, Thurma .10 Bryce. SECOND ROW: Nancy Craven, Susan Mclindree, Pam Bazile, Annette solid courses, making nine points with four solids, and making eleven. with five solids. Rules tor making Top Ten Percent are even more de- manding. Students grade points must be in the top ten percent of their class. Pate, Marilyn Smith, Mary Fancher, Louella Chesser, Beckey Edmiaston. BACK ROW: Jennie Buchanan, Fran Williams, Sandra Bates, Howard Shomake, Scott Whiteside, Mike Baker, Steve Beal, Cecil Brewer, Megan Flanagan. 157 1 , Q1 S if , ,iss 4 . R .-3, , , ri HONOR ROLL STUDENTS are: FRONT ROW: Gayla Hill, Kathy Herring, Jan Starr, Kathy Kiker, Susie Stauffer, Elizabeth Grant, Deborah McNeal, Susan Hamilton, Rebecca Hickerson. SECOND ROW: Vicki Boman, Kay Price, Debbie Byers, Kay Long, Katherine Ginn, Judy Reinhart, Jeanne Ann Freeman, Sarah SCHOLARS - , ,,-eff: iflg Sticher, Lanette Perkins. THIRD ROW: Mike Gough, Roger Duckett, David Alston, Marty Roberson, Tom Hollenback, Susan Blackstone, Terri Cossey, Susan Hambrick, BACK ROW: David Koontz, Chris Kastner, Jerry Tabb, Kyle Davis, Lynn Goodwin, Bobby McMahan. Juniors have second chance for better transcripts. Second year in high school determines the future opportunities for many students. Even though grades may have been poor as freshmen or sophomores scholarship committees and ad- mission offices look with favor upon the student TOP TEN PERCENT SCHOLARS are: FRONT ROW: Debbie Byers, Jan Starr, Kathy Kiker, Judy Reinhart, Susan Stauffer, Jeanne Ann Freeman, Elizabeth Grant, Deborah McNeal. SECOND ROW: Gayla Hill, Vicki Boman, Kay Price, who suddenly pulls his grade to a high level. It they continue on this level during their senior year, guidance officials predict college admission will be a reality. David Alston, Marty Roberson, Tom Hollenback, Terri Cossey, Lanette Per- kins. BACK ROW: Mike Gough, Roger Duckett, Chris Kastner, Jerry Tabb, Kyle Davis, Lynn Goodwin, Bobby McMahan, 158 hm is 4 P3 ii: 4 A X ,fir , gif., 1 if I L HONOR ROLL SOPHOMORES are: FRONT ROW: Jan lken, Patricia Ferguson, Sharon Watts, Ebalene Purcell, Elizabeth Wildman, Veda Gilman, Susan Maley, Grady Flanagan. SECOND ROW: Linda Glover, Benita Elliott, Shari Gober, Frances Skinner, Lynn Kovar, Patricia High, Roxanne Fletcher, Debra Stickell, Darlene Hill, Donna Pigg. THIRD ROW: Gregory Shepard, Patti SCHOLARS First year scholars achieve Classes merge from The three iunior highs to form one body of puzzled newcomers. Once in the swing of Things, sophomores usually find classwork follows The usual pattern. Past hard workers emerge again and are ioined by Those SOPHOMORE TOP TEN PERCENT are: FRONT ROW: Patricia Ferguson, Shari Gober, Frances Skinner, Lynn Kovar, Patricia High, Sharon Watts, Elizabeth Wildman, Veda Gilman, Darlene Hill, Grady Flanagan. SECOND ROW: Greg- ory Shepard, Jan lken, Benita Elliott, Patti Roberts, Cathy Bryce, Carol Perry, Roberts, Diane Rinker, Cathy Bryce, Carol Perry, Connie Sellers, Paula Ray, Linda Soper, Beverly Banks, Margaret Hall. BACK ROW: Leslie Hammack, Brent Bailey, David McElfresh, Randy Crow, Ben Bob Mahan, Doug Jones, Steve Adams, Scott Brantley, Mike Adams, Lonnie Bevers, David Taylor, Sam Stauffer. early recognition who have decided to act now. Their new en- thusiasm gains high honors. These sophomores are setting records now for future iunior and senior top ten percent. Roxanne Fletcher, Debra Stickell, Beverly Banks, Margaret Hall, Donna Pigg. BACK ROW: Leslie Hammack, Brent Bailey, David McElfresh, Randy Crow, Ben Bob Mahan, Doug Jones, Steve Adams, Scott Brantley, Mike Adams, David Taylor, Sam Stauffer, g v fr f J . .ap . . , Q, , V., 5 , i"i'l , . 'I ii X fi: .- Z ,s ,sk gi ,K s ,, c , gi E wg at Wi, figegrfif ii T' - l 159 W, She's a grand old alma mater, Undaunted she will stand, And always be supported By loyal Bulldog fans. Win or lose we're smiling Our heads we will hold high. We're proud to be the Bulldogs Of grand old Altus High. afexscfs, ., sf s" Tiff' , it THE END never comes at Altus High School. Education is a continuous process and doors close but momentarily between terms. One class graduates, another arrives . . . and thus it goes y never-ending. , lmw- Senior CRYSTAL ABERNATHY is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abernathy, Jr. She has participated in band 2, pep club I, French Club I, Biology Club I, and FJA I. Crystal has been on the honor roll and on the Collar staff. She plans to attend Southwestern State Cbllege and maior in Business. ANN ABERNETHY, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harold Abernethy, has partici- pated in Band 2, Soph. Glee Club I, Varsity Choir 2, Span. Club 2, Biology Club I, Thespians 2. She has been a Girls State Alt., on Honor Roll 2, Top IOM I, She plans to attend Northwestern, Evanston, Ill., or OU maioring in dance or political sc. BARBARA ABOUSSIE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Aboussie, has participated in Soph. Glee Club I, Girls Glee Club 2, pep club 3, Spanish Club 3, Biology Club I, office assistant I, and Spanish assistant I. Barbara plans to attend Okla. State and maior in elementary education. GAYLE ADAMS is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Adams, Jr. She has been active in Soph. Glee Club one year, JETS and Biology Club one year, While attending Altus High School, Gayle has worked at Jackson County Memorial Hospital. She plans to attend Texas Women's University where she will maior in nursing. JIMMY ADCOCK is the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Adcock. Jimmy has worked part time at Home Service. While attending Altus High School, Jimfny has participated in Vocational Industrial Clubs of America. After graduation he plans to attend Okmulgee Technical School, Okmulgee, where he will major in automotive mechanics. PHYLLIS ADDISON is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Addison. She has participated in Soph. Glee Club, Girls Glee Club, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Allied Arts Club, and Thespians. PhylIis's hobbies include sewing and dancing. She plans to attend the University of California rnaioring in Fashion Designing. NITA ALEXANDER is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Alexander. She has been active in band one year, Spanish Club three years, and JETS one year. She was on the honor roll and in the Top Ten Percent. Nita's hobbies include reading and sewing. Nita plans to attend Oklahoma Baptist Univers- ity and maior in speech. ROGER ALLEN is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Allen. While attending Altus High School, Roger has participated in "That Altus Band" three years, and Pep Band one year. Roger's hobbies include motor cycle riding. After grad- uation Roger plans to attend the University of Oklahoma but has not decided upon a maior. JEANETTE AMEN is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Amen. Jeanette attended high school in New Mexico and in Arizona, before coming to Altus High. She has been in DECA two years, Her hobbies include sewing and swimming. Jeanette plans to attend Tucson Junior College, Tucson, Arizona, and maior in Business. GAYLON ASHLEY is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Ashley. She has participated in Soph. Girls Glee Club I year, pep club 3 years, Spanish Club 2 years, French Club I year. She has been in the Top Ten Percent I, than placed first in French at Swim. Gaylon plans to attend Altus Junior o ege. JAMES EARL AUSTIN is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Johnson. James has previously attended school in Phoenix, Arizona. While attending Altus High School, James has participated in football two years. After graduation, James plans to maior in carpentry and would like to attend Southwestern State College, Weatherford. RONNY BABIONE is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Babione. He has participated in football 3 years, wrestling 3 years, Varsity Choir, Boys Glee Club, and Key Club. After graduation he plans to attend Oklahoma State University, Stillwater but has not decided upon a maior. MIKE BAKER is he son of Mr. and Mrs, Drexel D. Baker. Before coming to Altus High School Mike attended Putnam City High School. He is enrolled in Senior Math and Chem. I. After graduation Mike plans to attend OU and maior in Architecture. JERREL BARKER, son of Mrs. Eula Barker, lives on Route 2. While attending Altus High, Jerrel has participated in Future Farmers of America three years, Vocational Clubs of America and Physical Ed. one year. His livestock entries have placed consistently at the Jackson County Fair. Jerrel's after graduation plans are indefinite. BETTY BARRETT is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Chaunsey Barrett. She previously attended Martha High. Betty has participated in Girls Glee Club 2, Pep Club 2, Spanish Club I, and Thespians 2. She has been on the Honor Roll 3 years, and in Top Ten Percent 2. Betty plans to attend OU maioring in speech or Eng. RITA BARRETT is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Barrett. She at- tended Martha High before AHS. Rita participated in Future Homemakers of America two years, JETS one year, and Art Club two years. Her hobbies include cooking, sewing, and swimming. She plans to maior in interior BRENDA BRYCE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren A. Bryce, has participated decorating at Oklahoma State. CLIFFORD BATCHELOR is the son of Mrs. Mammie Batchelor, 6I9 South Navaioe Street. Clifford has participated in Neighborhood Youth Corps while attending tion Clifford plans to attend Altus Junior electrical engineering. CAROL BATES is the daughter of Mr. and Allied Arts Clubs I Altus High School. College where he Mrs. Melvin Bates. year, and the After gradua- will maior in She has been active in Girls Glee Club 2, Soph. Glee Club I, Pep Club 3, Spanish Club I, Biology Club I. Carol plans to attend Altus Beauty School, Carol's hobbies include water skiing, swimming, and horse-back riding. SANDRA BATES is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Bates. She has par- ticipated in Pep Club 3, Spanish Club I, JETS I, FHA 2, basketball 3. Sandra has been reporter for Future Homemakers of America and an alternate dele- gate to Girls State. After graduation she plans to maior in nursing. Activities PAMELA BAZILE is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Bazile. While attending Altus High Pamela has participated in Neighborhood Youth Corps, Spanish Club one year, and physical education one year. Her hobbies are sewing and reading. She has been on the Honor Roll I. Pamela plans to maior in secondary education. STEVE BEAL is the son of Mrs. Joe Capshaw, 506 South Park Lane. While attending Altus High School he has participated in Vocational Carpentry, Mechanical Drawing, and boys P.E. After graduation he plans to attend Okmulgee Tech. and maior in carpentry, JAMES BEAVERS is the son of Mrs, Fannie Mae Branch, 7IB West Cypress Street. He has worked part time with the Neighborhood Youth Corps Pro- gram while attending high school. James has participated in basketball two years, Neighborhood Youth Corps, and track. James' after-graduation plans are, as yet, indefinite. CHARLES BELL is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George C. -Small. He previously attended Ottawa High School. Charles has participated in football I year, track one year, physical education one year. He has worked part time at Falcon Elementary School. He plans to attend the University of Kansas and maior in pre-med. JEANNE BENNETT is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Bennett. She has participated in Pep Club, Spanish Club one year, Biology Club I, FJA I, Collar staff I, Biology Assistant 2. She has been on the Student Council, Honor Roll 2, Top I0 Percent I, Cheerleader 3. Jeanne plans a career in nursing. ALAN BERRYMAN is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berryman. He has worked part time at Berryman Texaco Station. While attending Altus High School, Alan has participated in Biology Clubll, Baseball I, physical education I. His hobbies include hunting. AIan's after graduation plans are indefinite. DONNIE LEE BEAVERS is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Beavers, 5II East Nona St. Donnie has participated in boys physical education one year while at Altus High School. He is interested in cars. Donnie has not yet decided what college to attend after graduation nor has he decided in what he would like to maior. SHELLEY ANNETTE BIDDY is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carter Boyd Biddy, I09 Pine Street. Shelley was born in Altus, March B, 1951. Shelley's hobbies include reading and sewing. Before coming to Altus High School, Shelley attended Caprock High School in Amarillo, Texas, Shelley's plans after graduation are indefinite. JOE BILLMAN is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Joe E. Billman, He has previously attended high school in Guam. Joe has participated in Spanish Club I, JETS I, Biology Club I, Band 3, FJA I, Collar staff I, Biology Assistant I, and Chem, Assist. I. He plans to maior in zoology at OSU. LINDA BISHOP is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Bishop, I35 Echo Street. She has previously attended Highlands High School, North Highlands, California. While attending AHS she has participated in FJA one year, and Collar staff one year. Her future plans are indefinite. DONNA BLACKBURN is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Earl Blackburn. She has participated in Glee Club I, Varsity Choir 2, Pep Club 2. Her hobbies are swimming and reading. She has worked part time at Larry's Dairy Queen. Donna plans to maior in business at AJC or Cameron College. STEPHEN MICHAEL BLOOM is the son of Maior and Mrs. Kenneth R. Bloom, 79 Fir. He was born May 3, l95I in El Reno, Oklahoma. While at Altus High School, Stephen has participated in Boys Physical Education one year. He was on the Bulldog football team. Stephen's after graduation plans are indefinite. CAROL BOLING is the daughter of Mrs. Carolyn Boling. While at Altus High School, Carol has participated in girls physical education 2 years, and has been a cafeteria assistant for the Neighborhood Youth Corps. She has worked at the Jackson County Memorial Hospital. Carol plans to attend AJC and maior in business. TERRY BRADFORD is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bradford, IIOI Cherry Street. While at AHS, Terry has participated in Biology Club I, physical edu- cation I. His hobbies include all types of water sports. Terry plans to attend the University of Oklahoma where he will probably maior in math. LINDA BRADSHAW is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Delmer R. Bradshaw, 705 Russ Street. While attending Altus High School she has participated in Spanish Club 2 years, Biology Club I year, and physical education one year. Heil: 'hobbies include horseback riding. Linda's after graduation plans are in e inite. CECIL' BREWER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brewer, has participated in Boys Glee Club, Varsity Choir, Boys Ensembles, and French Club. He has been in all school prod., All-State Chorus, on the honor roll, in the Top Ten Percent. His hobbies incude music and water sports. Cecil plans to maior in business math. JIMMY BRIDGES, son of Mrs. Corine Bridges, lives at IAI4 Dill Street. While attending Altus High School, he has participated in Vocational Industrial Clubs of America and Physical Education. His hobbies include automobiles, Jimmy's after-graduation plans are indefinite. GREGORY BROWN is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown, 354 South Ash Street. He has previously attended Northside High School, Fort Worth, Texas, and Ferriday High, Ferriday, Louisiana. He was an office assistant as a fresh- man. Gregory plans to attend Northeast Louisiana State College, but has not decided upon a maior. in Soph. Glee Club I Yr., Pep Club, Spanish Club 2, Biology Club I, and Girls Basketball 3. She has been an office assistant 3 yrs., and 1968-1969 FFA Sweetheart attendant. Brenda plans to attend OCC maioring in Elemen- tary Education. I73 THURMA JO BRYCE, daughter of Mrs. Curtis Collier, participated in Soph. Glee Club I, Bulldog staff 3, Biology Assist. I, Chem. Assist. I, Biology Club I, Jets 2. She was in the Top IOM 3, Okla. Honor Soc. 3, Honor Roll 3, Sir Alexander Fleming finalist, and co-editor of Bulldog. Thurma Jo plans a chemistry maior. JENNIE KAY BUCHANAN, daughter of Mrs. Bettie Buchanan, has participated in Soph. Glee Club I, Varsity Choir 2, Soph. Triple Trio, Pep Club, Spanish Club 2, Biology Club I, Thespians 2, FJA I, Bulldog, Collar, Forensic Legaue 2. She has been on the Okla. Honor Society, Honor Roll, and Top Ten M. DANNY BUSH, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bush, 608 South High- tower. She has participated in Sophomore Girls Physical Education. Her hobbies are sewing and reading. Danny has worked part time at State Theater. Her after-graduation plans are indefinite. DAVID BYRD, son of Mr. and Mrs. Beniamin C, Byrd, has participated in Band 3 yrs., Stage Band 2 yrs., Pep Band 3 yrs., Spanish Club 2 yrs., JETS 2 yrs., Biology Club I yr., Chemistry Lab Assistant I yr. He was an alternate to Boygs State. David plans to attend University of Oklahoma, maioring in pre-me . MICHAEL CARPENTER is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Carpenter. He has participated in Boy's Glee Club 2 years, Varsity Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 2, Vocational Automobile Mechanics 2. Michael has worked part time at the Altus Air Force Base commissary while attending AHS. His plans after graduation are undecided. PAM CASTANEDO is the daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs. W. J. Castanedo, Jr., BI Fir Drive. She has participated in Soph. Glee Club I, Girls Glee Club, Pep Club I, Biology Club I. Her hobby is sewing. Pam plans to attend South- western State College, Weatherford, and maior in Home Economics. WESLEY CASTANEDO is the son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. W. J. Castanedo, Jr. While attending Altus High School he has participated in football I, was in the Junior-Senior Banquet. His hobbies include driving and gymnastics. Viaesley plans to attend Northwestern Louisiana State and maior in Physical E ucation. PATTY CASTLE is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy D. Castle. 'She has participated in Soph. Glee Club I, Girls Glee Club 2, Pep Club 2, Spanish Club 2, JETS I, Biology Club I, office assistant I, Jr.-Sr. Banquet. Patty plans to maior in nursing. ALAN CHANEY is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin C. Chaney. He has par- ticipated in JETS 2 years, Biology Club one year, That Altus Band 3 years, "The Music Man" orchestra, I968 Junior-Senior Banquet orchestra. Alan plans to attend the United States Air Force Academy where he will maior in aerospace engineering. RUSTY CHAPMAN is the son of Dale Chapman. He has worekd at Altus- Hollis Transport. Rusty has participated in Varsity Choir, JETS, football, and wrestling. He was a Boy's State Del. Rusty's hobby is flying as a student pilot. He plans to attend the Air Force Academy or OU maioring in aero- nautical engineering. SANDRA CHAPMAN is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. T. L. Chapman, While at AHS Sandra has participated in Girls physical education 3, Industrial Sewing 2 years. One of Sandra's hobbies is sewing. After graduation she plans to attend Okmulgee Technical School but has not decided what she will maior in. LOUELLA CHESSER is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Chesser. She has participated in Sophomore Girls Glee Club I year, and Varsity Choir two years. Louella was on the honor roll, in Top Ten Percent, and a mem- ber of the Oklahoma Honor Society. Her plans after graduation from Altus High School are indefinite. RON CHESSER is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Chesser. He has partic- ipated in footbaTl three years, basketball three years, and baseball three years. Ron received the "Hit of the Week" award. His hobbies include sports. Ron plans to attend the University of Oklahoma where he plans to maior in architecture. ' JILL CLICK is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Click. She has participated in Spanish Club 2, Biology Club I, Thespians 2, office assistant I, and bas- ketball 3. Jill has been a cheerleader 3, on the Honor Roll, in Top Ten Per- cent, Student Council, Homecoming Queen, Girls State Governor. REX COLE, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Cole, Jr., has participated in biology club one year, boys' physical education one year, and Future Farmers of America four years. He served as FFA president and sentinel. Rex was in the top ten percent and on the honor roll. He plans to attend OSU maioring in vet. medicine. CHARLES COOPER is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Cooper. Charles has participated in French Club one year, football three years, and wrestling two years. His hobbies are skin divin and book collecting. After gradua- tion he plans to maior in oceanograpiy at the University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. JOAN CORNER is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Hamrn. Joan previously attended Bluefield Senior High School, Bluefield, West Virginia. At Altus High School she is taking business and government including democracy, sociology, Government and Business English. Her after graduation plans are indefinite. SHIRLEY CRAFTON is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Watson. While at AHS Shirley has participated in Pep Club one year, Biology Club one year and phys. ed. one year. She has been on the Honor Roll. Shirley plans to continue her education at Altus Junior College where she has plans to maior in elementary education. NANCY CRAVEN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Craven, participated in Soph. Glee Club I year, Varsity Choir 2, Pep Club 2, Spanish Club 2, Biology Club I, and Art Club I, Honor Roll 3, Top I0 Percent 3. She placed first in Algebra ll and third in English Usage at SWIM. Nancy plans to attend OU maioring in math. T74 GLEN CRUSE, is the son of Mrs. Rose Stoutemire. While attending Altus High School he has participated in Boy's Physical Education one year, and wrestling one year. His hobbies include car motors and hunting. Glen's after- graduation plans are as yet indefinite. MIKE CUMMINGS is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gale F. Cummings. He has previously attended high school in Arizona and in Florida. He has partici- pated in Boys' Glee Club, Varsity Choir, Basketball, Baseball, and Golf. His hobbies include music. Mike plans to maior in music but has not decided what college to attend. ROBERT CUNNINGHAM, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cunningham. He has participated in Boy's Basketball three years and has been on the Honor Roll. He has been a chemistry lab. assistant one year. After graduation Robert plans to attend Altus Junior College. He wants to teach school. RETA CURTIS is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Curtis, While at AHS she has participated in That Altus Band I year, Pep Band I year, Spanish Club 2 years, Biology Club I year, Thespians 2 years, Forensic League 2 years, FHA I and 4-H 2. She is band Sweetheart. She has had II years perfect attend- ance. Reta plans to attend AJC and OU. ANNETTE DARWIN is the daughter of Mrs. Cecil Darwin. She has partici- pated in Pep Club 3, Spanish Club 2, Jets 2 years, Biology Club I year, office assistant 2 years and physical education I. She has been on the Honor Roll 3, Top I0 Percent, and a Girls St. Alt. Annette plans to maior in pharmacy at OU and AJC. BILLY DAVIS is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy G. Davis. He has previously attended high school in South Carolina. Billy has worked part time at the base commissary. He has participated in Pep Club one year at Gordon H. Garrett High. After graduation he plans to attend Neosho Junior College, Mo., maioring in art. TERESA DEAN, is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Dean. While attending Altus High School she has participated in "That Altus Band" two years, Biology Club one year and has been on the Honor Roll. Her hobby is sewing. After graduation Teresa plans to attend college. JERRY DICKSON is the son cf Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dickson. While at AHS he has participated in That Altus Band 3 Years, Stage Band one year, pep band one year, French Club two years, and Art Club two years. Jerry plans to attend Altus Junior College and Oklahoma State University probably maioring in architecture. PAT DODSON is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Dodson. Pat has par- ticipated in girls physical education three years, Allied Arts Club one year, Biology Club I year, Latin Club 2 years, and Pep Club 2 years. She has worked part time at Plaza Theater. Pat plans to attend AJC and maior in elementary education. ADELA DOMINQUEZ is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Dominguez, While attending Altus High School Adela has participated in Spanish Club and Neighborhood Youth Corps. Her hobbies include swimming and sewing. After graduation Adela plans to be a nurse but has not decided what nursing school she wants to attend. NANNETTE DOMINQUES is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benny Dominques. She has previously attended Martha schools. She has participated in Girls Glee Club one year, Allied Arts Club one year, Girls Basketball two years, and physical education one year. Nannette plans to attend Oklahoma State University and maior in art. DIANNA DOYLE is the daughter of Mrs. Lee Doyle. Dianna previously at- tended Fontana High School. While attending Altus High School she enrolled in English, psychology, and American History. She has participated in DE. After graduation Dianna plans to attend Altus Beauty School. VIVIAN ANN DUCK is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Duck, 604 Mars Street. While attending Altus High School, Vivian has participated in Soph- omore Girls Glee Club one year. Her hobby is sewing. After graduation from AHS she plans to attend Altus Junior College. Vivian is undecided about her probable maior. CARSON DUGGER, JR. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carson D. Dugger, Sr., I94 Elm Avenue. He has worked part time while attending Altus High School. Carson has participated in football, VICA, and wrestling. After grad- uation Carson plans to attend the University of Georgia where he will maior in automotive engineering. DEANA DUNCAN is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Duncan. Deana has participated in Library Science Club I year, Girls Physical Education 2, counselor's office assistant I, and honor roll. She was vice president of Library Science Club. Deana plans to attend Altus Junior College. She has not decided upon a maior. BECKEY EDMIASTON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Edmiaston, has par- ticipated in Sophomore Glee Club I year, Girls Glee Club I, Varsity Choir I, Spanish Club I, Jets I, Biology Club I, and Biology Lab Assistant I. She was sec. of Sophomore Class, on Honor Roll 3, and in Top IO Percent 3. Becky plans to attend O.U. DOUG EICHHOLZ is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Eichholz, I4l2 San Ann Drive. He has previously attended Washington Senior High School and Kennedy Senior High School, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, While attending Altus High School, he has participated in Auto Mechanics. After graduation Doug plans to maior in Automobile Mechanics. MARY JEANNE FANCHER, daughter of the .lack Fanchers, has participated in Stage Band I, Girls Glee Club I, Varsity Choir 2, Pep Club I, Spanish Club 2, Biology Club I, Thespians 2, FJA, and COLLAR staff I. She has been on Honor Roll 3, Top IOM 3, Continental Singer, All State Chorus. She plans to maior in music. SARITA FAUCHER is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marcel F, Faucher. While at AHS Sarita has participated in That Altus Band 3 years, twirler 3, French Club 3 years, Thespians 2 years, FJA and COLLAR staff I year, and girls basketball manager I year. She plans to attend AJC and OCLA maioring in speech and drama. MEGAN FLANAGAN is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Flanagan. She has previously attended Bitburg High, Bitburg, Germany. There she partici- pated in Pep Club, Golf, and Tennis. She won second place in Europe for Girl's High School Golf. After graduation from Altus High Megan's future plans are indefinite. DANNY FORD is the son of the Byron C. Fords, l36 Sumner Drive. He has worked part time at United Super Market, Danny has participated in Jets one year and football one year while attending Altus High School. After graduation Danny plans to maior in dentistry and attend Oklahoma State University, Stillwater. GEORGE FORD is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Ford. While at AHS, he has participated in Latin Club two yrs., Biology Club one yr., football three yrs., and Baseball one yr. He has worked part time at Safeway. George plans to attend SWSC or the University of Oklahoma where he will maior in chemical engineering. RICK FOSTER is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Foster. While at Altus High School he has participated in Band 3 years, Spanish Club one, and physical education two years, Rick was a member of the i967-i968 All- District Band. He plans to attend Southwestern State College where he will probably maior in music. RAYMOND FOX Ill is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fox, Jr., 3l2 Paseo De Vida. He has attended New Mexico Military Institute, Roswell, New Mexico. Raymond has participated in football. His hobby is hunting.'After graduation from high school he has plans to maior in engineering at the Untversity of Oklahoma. STEVE FRAZIER is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Gene Frazier, While attending Altus High School, Steve has participated in Latin Club, Biology Club one year, manager for the football team, and manager for the track team. Steve plans to attend Southwestern State College at Weatherford where he will probably major in business. DEBRA JEAN FREEMAN is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Freeman, IIO2 Elder Street. She has participated in Girls Varsity Basketball one year, while attending Altus High School. Debbie has attended Altus Schools all twelve years. Her hobby is reading. After graduation from AHS Debbie's plans are as yet indefinite. DAVID FRENO is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Freno. While at AHS David has participated in Varsity Choir three years, Boys Glee Club 3 years, boys ensemble, and boys physical education one year. He enioys bowling. He plans to attend the University of Oklahoma where he will maior in business administration. MONA GAFFORD is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac T. Gafford, l48 Coca Street, Altus AFB. Before coming to AHS, Mona attended Wiesbaden High School, Germany. She has participated in Pep Club two years and Girls Physical Education two years. Mona plans to maior in home economics at Southwestern State College. JERRY GIBSON is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hogue, 7l8 Walker Street. While attending Altus High School Jerry has participated in Sophomore Boys' Physical Education one year. His hobbies include fishing and hunting. Jerry is interested in rebuilding motors and sports. Jerry's after-graduation plans are indefinite. BILLY GOLDSBURY is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goldsbury, Route 2, Olustee. Billy has participated in Wrestling two years and Boys' Physical Education two years while attending Altus High School. After graduation Billy plans to attend Southwestern State College where he will maior in mechanical engineering. SANDRA ANN GOLSTON is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Walter A. Gold- ston. She has previously attended high school in Riotto, California, and in Novato, California. Sandra's hobbies are swimming, water skiing, and sewing. After graduation from Altus High School Sandra plans to attend San Diego State and maior in home ec. PATTY GORDON is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gordon, l2l2 North Forrest Street. While attending Altus High School Patty has participated in "That Altus Band" three years. Her hobbies include water skiing, sewing, and reading. Patty plans to attend Altus Junior College and to maior in computer programming, ROB GORDON is the son of SMKISGT, and Mrs. W. H. Gordon. Although he was born in Tyler, Texas, he as attended AHS for three years. He has worked part time at McClellans while attending AHS, and has been active in Art Club. Rob plans to attend Texas Tech. where he will probably maior in architectural drafting. EARL GOULD is the son of Mr. and Mrs. MC T. Gould. While at AHS Earl has participated in Basketball l year, Track l year, Wrestling I year and Boys Physical Education one year. He has worked part time at Central Pharmacy. Earl plans to maior in pre-med but has not decided which college he would like to attend. RONNIE GRAHAM is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Graham. Ronnie has participated in Vocational Industrial Clubs of America, three years. He was a merrtber of the State Carpentry Contest Team that won first place. He plans to attend Okmulgee Technical School but has not decided upon a maior. LETTY ANN GRAVES is the daughter of SM XSGT. and Mrs, Billy S. Graves, 249 Dogwood Drive, AAFB. Before coming to Altus High School Letty Ann attended Folsom High School, Folsom, California and Norman High School where she participated in Girls Glee Club and in Pep Club. Her plans after graduation are indefinite. CHERYL GULYAS is the daughter of TfSgt. and Mrs. J. Gulyas. She previ- ously attended East Anchorage High, Anchorage, Alaska. She has participated in Pep Club 2, physical education 3, and basketball. Cheryl plans to maior in history or psychology, but has not yet decided what college to attend. DICK HASS is the son of Mr. J. D. Hass. He has participated in Future Farmers of America 4, and physical education l. Dick has served as treas- urer and as vice president of Future Farmers.of America. He plans to attend Altus Junior College and become a mechanical draftsman and engineer. MARTY HARBISON is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harbison. While attending Altus High she has participated in French Club, Latin Club, Girls Glee Club, Sophomore Glee Club, Jets, Biology Club and has been on the Honor Ro l. DEANNA HARDER, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Harder, has participated in pep club 4, mixed chorus 2, office assistant l, physical education 2, and tumbling l. She has been FHA sec., Miss Courteous, and has won a scholar' ship to the University of Kansas Music and Art School. She plans to maior in music and home ec. GWEN HARDY is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hardy. While attending Altus High she has participated in Sophomore Glee Club l, Varsity Choir 2. Gwen's hobby is playing the piano. She has been on the honor roll and wgrked at her father's restaurant. Gwen plans to attend AJC and maior in e ucation. KAREN HARDY is the daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs, Charles R. Hardy. She has participated in French Club 2, Biology Club I, and physical education l. She has been on the Honor Roll 3 years. Karen's hobbies are reading and swimming. She plans to maior in math at Southwestern Missouri State. BILL HARKINS is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim W. Harkins. While at AHS Bill has participated in Vocational Automobile Mechanics, wrestling, and physical education, He has worked at his father's business, Harkin's Dairy Queen. Bill plans to attend AJC and Southwestern State. He wants to be an automobile dealer. MIRIAM HARVICK is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Harvick. While at Altus High School, Miriam has participated in Sophomore Glee Club l, Span- ish Club l, Biology Club l, and industrial sewing. She plans to attend Altus Junior College where she will probably maior in business. KAY HEIDEBRECHT is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Alvin Heidebrecht. While attending AHS, Kay has participated in Biology Club l, Girls Basketball 3, and physical education l. Her hobbies are reading and sports. She was a delegate to Girls State. Kay plans to attend Northwestern State College, JOHN HENRY is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Henry. He has participated in Key Club 3, Biology Club l, football l, and wresling 3. He has worked part time at Henry Automotive Supply Company. John plans to attend the University of Oklahoma, but he has not decided upon a maior. BOB HENSLEY is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hensley, lOOl South Park Lane. He was born in Altus on June 23, l95l. While at Altus High School, Bob has participated in boys physical education l, and worked part time at Wood's Grocery Store. Bob's plans after graduation from AHS are indefinite. LUIS HERNANDEZ is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Juan E. Hernandez, 313 Hardy Street. Luis was born March 27, i952 in Chihuahua, Mexico. While at Altus High School Luis has participated in boys physical education l. He plans to attend Altus Junior College after graduation but has not decided upon a maior. JOHN HILL is the son of Mrs. Margaret Hill. John was top Junior Class Candy Salesman. While attending AHS he has participated in Biology Club I, Football 2, Basketball l, physical education 2. His hobbies are fishing, hunt- ing, and camping. John plans to maior in electronics. RUDOLPH HODGE is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Brooks. While at AHS Rudolph has participated in Vocational Carpentry, Boys Physical Education I, cafeteria assistant two years and Neighborhood Youth Corps. He plans to attend Okmulgee Technical School, Okmulgee, Oklahoma, where he will maior in carpentry. MARTHA HOWARD is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Howard, She has participated in band 3, "Music Man" orchestra, Biology Club l, Thespians l, and office assistant I. Martha is a Member of 4-H, was FFA sweetheart atten- dant and twirler of the band. She plans to attend OSU and maior in speech. DEAHN HOUPE is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Houpe. She has par- ticipated in Sophomore Glee Club l, Varsity Choir 2, Pep Club, Spanish Club 2, Biology Club l, Thespians and office assistant. Deahn has been on the honor roll, COLLAR staff. She plans to maior in vocal music at OCU. CHERYL HUGHES is the daughter of Colonel and Mrs. Jonathan S. Hughes. She was born in Mercid, California. While attending Altus High School she has participated in Sophomore Girls Glee Club one year, Girls' Glee Club one year, and Varsity Choir one year. After graduation from AHS Cheryl's plans are indefinite. DOUG HUGHES is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kae Myers. Doug has previously attended Eisenhower High School, Lawton, Oklahoma. He worked part time at Gillock Texaco in Lawton. After graduation from Altus High School Doug plans to attend Okmulgee Technical School where he plans to maior in mechanics. DUANE FRANCIS HUNT is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Hunt, H09 North Park Avenue. He has previously attended school in New York and Japan. Duane has participated in Band one year. His hobbies include bowl- ing. After graduation from Altus High Duane plans to maior in history and to attend Altus Junior College. FRANK HUNT is the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hunt. Frank has participated in Spanish Club one year, Biology Club one year, and Sophomore Boys' Physical Education one year. His hobbies include bowling. After graduation from Altus High School Frank plans to attend the University of Colorado and plans to maior in law. DERYL HUNTER is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Hunter, BOO East Nona St. While atending Altus High School, Deryl has participated in Future Farmers of America, three years and sophomore boys' physical education one year. He has feed show calves. After AHS graduation Deryl's future plans are still indefinite. MARVIN HYDE is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin H. Hyde. Marvin has participated in Spanish Club one year, football three years, and baseball three years. He has been a class favorite, has participated in the All-School Productions and was a Student Council representative. Marvin plans to maior in architecture. 175 BURNICE IGNER is the daughter of Mrs. Ammie Robinson. While attending Altus. High School, Burnice has participated in Vocational Commercial Sewing, Distributive Educational Clubs of America one year, and girls basketball one year Her hobbies include sewing and singing. Burnice plans to attend Langs- ton University. PETER IZZO is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Izzo, 644 Begonia Street. He was born in Newport, Rhode lsland, Sept, 30, 1951. Peter has participated in "That Altus Band," Stage Band, Pep Band, and French Club. Peter's hobbies ingugie cars and water skiing. Peter's after-graduation plans are as yet in e inite. DENESE JACKSON is the daughter of Mr. Isaiah Jackson. Denese has par- ticipated in DECA 1, Girls Basketball, vocational commercial sewing, physical education. Her hobbies include sewing and iazz dancing. Denese plans to attend Southwestern State College at Weatherford, but has not decided upon a maior. CECIL JOHNSON is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Coyt Johnston. He previously attended Shamrock, Texas, Senior High School. Cecil has participated in physical education 3, track 2, Distributive Education 2, Art Club 4, Library Science 3, Band 2. His future plans are indefinite. JOHN JOHNSTON, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,Coyt Johnston, previously attended Shamrock, Texas, Senior High School. He has participated in Band 3, Pep Band 3, Stage Band 3, Library Science 3, Future Science Club, Art Club 4, DECA 4, football 3, Golf 3. He plans to attend Dallas School of Electronics and maior in electronics. BOBBIE JONES is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Bobbie Boyd. She has worked at Robert E. Lee with the Neighborhood Youth Corps. While attending Altus High Bobbie has participated in Glee Club 1, basketball 3. Her hobbies are listening to records and reading. Bobbie plans to attend Okmulgee Tech. CINDY JONES is the daughter of Mrs. Marlene Jones. She has participated in Soph. Glee Club 1, Varsity Choir 2. She was a member of Spanish Club 1, Biology Club 1 and on the Honor Roll. She has worked under the NYC program, Cindy plans to attend Southwestern State College and maior in elementary education. LINDA JONES is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amel Jones. She has par- ticipated in Soph. Girls Glee Club 1, Varsity Choir 2, Spanish Club 2, Biology Club, Art Club 2. She was an office assistant 1. Linda plans to attend AJC and Oklahoma State maioring in commercial art. PAM JONES is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L, Jones, 1061 Dill Street. While at Altus High School she has participated in Sophomore Glee Club one yr., Girls Glee Club, and Pep Club. Pam has worked part time at Waller's Dairy Queen. She plans to attend Altus Junior College but has not decided upon a maior. DIANNA KORTUM is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kortum, 280 Birch. Whie attending Altus High School she has participated in Girls' Glee Club one year, Physical Education one year and Latin Club one year, She has taken Vocational Child Care. After graduation her plans are indefinite. MARY KRAATZ is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kraatz, 121 South Pine. She has worked part time. Mary has participated in Sophomore Glee Club one year, Biology Club one year, and Art Club two years. Her hobbies include dancing and outdoor sports. Mary plans to attend Altus Junior College and maior in art. ANNETTE LAMBERT is the daughter,of SmfSgt. and Mrs, Joseph C. Lambert. She has participated in Sophomore Girls Glee Club 1 year, French Club 1 year, Art Club 1 year, DECA one year, and PE one year. Annette has been on the Honor Roll and placed second in French l at SWIM. She would like to become a stewardess. BONITA LANKFORD is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Lankford. She has participated in Sophomore Glee Club one year and has been a Library Assistant one year. Bonita previously attended school in Blair. Her hobby is horseback riding. Bonita plans to attend Altus Jr. College where she will maior in business. JIMMY LEMASTER is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lemaster. He has participated in Future Farmers of America, Distributive Education Clubs of America and Boys Physical Education. Jimmy has worked part time at a service station. He plans to attend Altus Junior College and would like to maior in history. DAVID LEMON is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David H. Lemon. While attending Altus High School, David has participated in Varsity Choir three years and Boys Glee Club three years. He has worked part time at Lemon's Texaco Service Station. David plans to attend Altus Junior College and would like to maior in business. GINGER LETTERMAN is the daughter of Mrs. G. Letterman, Box 176. While attending Altus High School Ginger has participated in Distributive Education Clubs of America 1 year. She has been an office assistant 1 year. Her hobbies include sewing. After graduation from high school Ginger plans to maior in business. PETE LEVCHIK is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Levchik, Senior. He has previously attended school in Ohio. There he was an audio-visual student assistant. His hobbies include automobile mechanics. After graduation Pete plans a career in the air force in mechanics. He is a COLLAR staff member. MARGARITA LINARES is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Linares, Box 47, Martha. Margarita was born in Munday, Texas. Margarita has previously attended Martha High School. She has participated in girls basketball four years while at Martha. After graduation from Altus High Margarita's plans are indefinite. PETRA LINARES is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Linares, Box 47, Martha. She has previously attended Martha High School. Petra has partici- pated in girls basketball two years and in the Neighborhood Youth Corps Program. After graduation Petra plans to attend Altus Junior College and plans to maior in business. 176 LINDA LINNE is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray P. Linne. She has -par- ticipated in Soph. Girls Glee Club 1, Glee Club 2, Biology Club 1. Linda has been on the honor roll 3 and in Top 102, 3. Linda plans to attend the University of Oklahoma at Norman and maior in Interior Design. CHARLES LOLLIS is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lollis. He previously attended Martha Schools. While attending Altus High he has participated in Future Journalists of America and Collar staff 1 year. His hobbies are hunt- ing and motor cycles. Charles plans to attend Okmulgee Tech. and maior in body repair or automotive tuning. PETE LOPEZ is the son of Mrs. Maria Lopez. He has participated in Spanish Club 2, FFA 3, track 3, physical education 1, and NYC. He has placed second in Spanish at SWIM, first in State in Spanish National Test, was president of NYC, and on the honor roll. Pete plans to maior in computer programming at AJC and OSU. KATHY LOTT is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Lott. She has participated in "That Altus Band" 2, Stage Band 2, Biology Club 1, FJA 1, and Collar staff 1. Kathy has worked part time at Triple A Drive ln. Her hobbies are swimming, skiing, and bowling. Kathy's after graduation plans are indefinite. SUSAN LOWDER is the daughter of Mrs. Leila B, Lowder. She has participated in Soph. Girls Glee Club 1, Varsity Choir 2, Pep Club 3, Spanish Club 1, Biology Club 1, and guidance counselor assistant 1. She has worked as a nurse's aide. Susan plans to major in nursing ed. at OBU. KAY MADDEN is the daughter of SfSgt. and Mrs. Samuel Lampkin, Kay has previously attended Lincoln School. She has worked part time. While attend- ing Altus High School, Kay has participated in Soph. Glee Club 1. After graduation Kay plans to ioin the Woman's Army Corps. She wants to become an X-Ray Specialist. DOUG MAFFRY is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W, Maffry, 912 E. Cypress. He has participated in Spanish Club 1, JETS 1, Biology Club 1, physical education 1. His hobbies include poster collecting. Doug plans to attend Altus Junior College where he will maior in computer programming. JAN MAHAN is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mahan. She has par- ticipated in Soph. Glee Club 1, Pep Club 3, Spanish Club 2, JETS 2, Biology Club 1, basketball 3, and FHA 1. She has been a girls state delegate on the honor roll 3, Top 10M 1, and Junior Class officer, She plans to maior in home ec. at OSU. GLYNA MARPLE is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Richmond. She has participated in Pep Club 3 years, Jets 1 year, Biology Club 1 year, Art Club 1 year, FHA 3 yrs., and Basketball 3. She has been Future Homemakers of America vice-president, Glyna has worked at the Booterie. She plans to maior in nursing. LARRY McCLELLAN is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Tommy Bell. He has worked part time at United Supermarket. Larry has participated in Distributive Educa- tion Clubs of America one year and physical education two years. His hobby is cycle riding. Larry plans to attend Altus Junior College, but has not decided upon a maior. REANNA McDOWELL is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McDowell. She has worked part time at Clyde's Drive-ln. Reanna has participated in Spanish Club, Library Science, FHA, and physical education one year. Her hobbies include postcard and coin collecting. She plans to attend AJC and maior in English. SUSAN McENDREE is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McEndree. Susan has participated in "That Altus Band" three years, Spanish Club 2 years and Jets 1 year. She has been on the Honor Roll 3 years, Top Ten Percent 3 years, and the Oklahoma Honor Society. Susan plans to maior in pharmacy at Altus Jr. College. RENEE McMAHAN is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Robert McMahan. She has participated in Sophomore Glee Club 1 year, Varsity Choir 1, Pep Club 3, Latin Club 2, Bulldog staff 1, FJA 1, Collar staff, Top Ten Percent 3, and Honor Roll 3. She plans to attend Stephen's College. PAM McSPADDEN is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis McSpadden. She has previousy attended Dalhart High School, Dalhart, Texas. At Altus High she is taking a business curriculum including Typing Il, Shorthand, and Busi- ness English. After graduation she plans to attend Altus Junior College and maior in business. TOM MEACHAM is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Meacham. While attend- ing Altus High School, Tom has participated in Spanish Club 2 years, Jets 1 year, Biology Club 1 year, Bulldog staff 1 year and Distributive Educational Clubs of America. After graduation he plans to maior in business and attend Altus Junior College. NAYMON MILLER is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymon C. Miller. He has worked part time at the air base and for Wilcoxson Janitorial Service. While attending Altus High School Naymon has participated in boys physical ed. onj fyear. His hobbies include cars. Naymon's after-graduation plans are in e inite. MARK MOREAU is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Roger Moreau. He has partici- pated in Biology Club one year, Art Club one year, Future Farmers of America two years and football one year. His hobby is swimming. After graduation Mark plans to attend Altus Junior College and the University of Oklahoma and maior in Engineering. ' PENNY MORGAN is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Morgan. While at- tending Altus High School Penny has participated in Soph. Glee Club 1, Girls Glee Club 1, Pep Club 2, and Spanish Club 1, After graduation she plans to maior in business but has not decided what college to attend. JOSEPH "CHIPPER" MORGAN is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Morgan. While attending Altus High School he has worked part time at Bargain City Furniture Store. Chipper has participated in Biology Club 1. His hobbies are hunting and fishing. After graduation Chipper plans to major in computer programming. RANDY MUSE is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Muse. While attending Altus High School he has participated in Varsity Choir, Spanish Club, Biology Club, FJA, Collar staff, football, basketball and baseball. His hobbies are hunting and fishing. After graduation he plans to attend the University of Oklahoma or Oklahoma State and maior in Social Studies or history. SUSAN NODEL, I20l North Park Lane, has previously attended Johnson Senior High School, Sacremento, California. She has participated in Girls Glee Club 2 and has been a cafeteria assistant, Her hobbies are sewing and reading. She plans to attend Altus Junior College. She plans to maior in business. CLAYTON NOLEN is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Nolen, 820 South Kennedy Street. He has participated in Future Farmers of America 4, Vica, and physical education I. Clayton has served as historian for Vica. After graduation from Altus High School Clayton's plans are indefinite. LYNDA NOLEN is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luey Nolen, She has previ- ously attended'Martha High. Lynda has participated in Neighborhood Youth Corps, basketball 3, physical education I, and guidance counselor assistant. Her hobbies include basketball. Lynda's future plans are indefinite. MAX NUNLEY is the son of Mrs. Connie Nunley. He has worked part time while attending school. Max has participated in football I, baseball I, and track I. After graduation from Altus High School Max plans to attend Altus Junior College and Texas Tech. and plans to maior in social studies. ANNE O'MALLEY is the daughter of Richard O'Malley, ol Falcon Terrace, I2OO N. Park Lane. She has previously attended Saint Ann Institute, Albany, New York. She has participated in Pep Band I, Girls Glee Club I. Her hobbies include painting. Anne's after-graduation plans are indefinite. BARBARA PARSLEY is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Parsley, 520 West Liveoak. While attending Altus High School she has participated in physical education l, Barbara's hobbies include sewing and reading, After graduation Barbara would like to attend nursing school and plans to become a practical nurse. BEVERLY PATROM is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Barber. While attending Altus High she has participated in Pep Club. Deca. and ohvsical education. She was DECA reporter, DECA Queen and president: and won a superior award at the DECA State Conference. After graduation Beverly plans to attend Oklahoma State University. DAVID PAULK is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Paulk. He has partici- pated in Boys Glee Club, Varsity Choir, Latin Club 2, JETS l, Biology Club I, and chemistry laboratory assistant one year. David plans to attend Altus Junior College and Oklahoma Christian College maioring in computer science. LARRY PERRY is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Seay. He has worked part time at McCrory Otasco, While attending Altus High School Larry has partici- pated in football, Biology Club I, and Allied Arts Club I. His hobby is painting. Larry wants to maior in architecture and plans to attend AJC. BILL PETERS is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peters, 809 Oakwood. While attending High School at Altus, Bill has participated in "That Altus Band" 2, Pep Band I, and Varsity Choir I. After graduation Bill plans to attend Altus Jpnior College and Oklahoma Baptist University, but he has not yet decided upon a maior. DAVID PETERS is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Peters. He has participated in Biology Club I, football I, and wrestling I while attending Altus High. His hobbies include golf. After graduation David plans to attend Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, where he will probably maior in business. PAT PHELAN is the son of Mr, and Mrs. William F. Phelan. He has partici- pated in "That Altus Band" 3 and Stage Band 3. Pat worked part time at George C. Wright Lumber Company. His hobbies include stamp collecting and music. He plans to attend AJC or the Coast Guard Academy maioring in aeronautical engineering. DON PINKSTON is the son of Mrs. Helen M. Pinkston. While attending Altus High School Don has participated in physical education I. He has taken art 3. His hobbies are art and motocycles, After graduation Don plans to attend Ambassador College, Pasadena, California, where he will maior in theology. KAY PHILLIPS is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips. She lives at AIO North Jackson Street. While attending Altus High School Kay -has participated in Girls' Physical Ed. Her hobbies include sewing and reading. Kay's after-graduation plans are as yet indefinite. VICKIE PHILLIPS is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Phillips. While attend- ing Altus High School, she has participated in Pep Club two years, Biology Club one year, and Girls Basketball two years. Her hobby is dray-ving,AAfter graduation, Vickie plans to attend Altus Junior College. She will maior in comercial art. MARTHA PIERPONT is the daughter of Maior and Mrs. W. J. Pierpont, IQI Fir Street. While attending Altus High School Martha has participated in Soph. Girls Glee Club I, and has been in the Junior-Senior Ba-nquet, After graduation Martha plans to maior in business at Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas. EVELYN PLAN is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Plan. While attending Altus High School, Evelyn has participated in the speech play "Does -Father Know Best?" Her course of study has included Spanish l and ll, sociology and psychology. After graduation, Evelyn plans to continue her education, perhaps at AJC. JERRY POLLARD is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl M. Pollard. He has worked part time while attending school. He has participated in Latin Club 2, .Biology Club 2, Wrestling I, and physical education IQ. Jerrys hobby is rebuilding old rifles. Jerry plans to attend OU and maior in computer science. BRUCE POLLOCK son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pollock, participated in Key Club 2, JETS I, Biology Club I, football l, and baseball I. He was pres. of Soph. class, on the Oklahoma Honor Society, in top IOM, and secretary of the Key Club. Bruce plans to attend the US Naval Academy malormg in math. JOHNNIE POST is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Post. Johnnie has partici- pated in Biology Club I, and wrestling I. He has been a chemistry labora- tory assistant. Johnnie has been in the Top IOM, a member of the Oklahoma Honor Society, and on the Honor Roll. He plans to maior in computer at Oklahoma State. JERRY PRICE is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Price, 7i2 East Pecan Street. He has worked part time at Spears Minute Market. While attending Altus High School he has participated in JETS I, Vocational Clubs of America, and DECA. After graduation he plans to attend Altus Junior College and maior in science. EDDY PURCELL is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cora Cantwell. He has worked part time at Underwoods. While attending AHS he has participated in Dis- tributive Education Clubs of America and Physical Education. Eddy's hobbies include cars. He plans to attend Altus Junior College where he plans to maior in business management, SUE RAINES is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Truett Raines, Sue was born in Fitzgerald, Georgia, and has attended George C. Marshall High School, Ankara, Turkey. Sue receiveda high school poetry award. Sue's after- graduation plans are indefinite, and she has not decided what school she wants to attend. RANDALL RAINS is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rains, 6I8 Dahlia. Randall previously attended Goldsboro High School, Goldsboro, North Carolina. While attending Altus High School Randall has participated in Spanish Club. His hobbies are sports and cars. Randall plans to attend Clinch Valley College, Wise, Virginia. FORREST RAY is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Blonnie Ray. While attending Altus High School he has participated in Latin Club, Biology Club, and Allied Arts Club. He has been in wrestling 3. After graduation Forrest plans to attend Altus Junior College, He has not yet decided in what he would like to maior. MIKE RAY is the son of Carlton Ray. He has worked part time at J and M Construction Company. He has participated in Varsity Choir I, Spanish Club I, football 3, baseball 3. After graduation Mike plans to attend Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, where he will maior in law. MARY REAGAN, daughter of Mrs. C. A. Reagan, has participated in Soph. Glee Club l, Pep Club I, Spanish Club I, Biology Club I, Thespians 3, FJA l, and Forensic League 3. She has been on Honor Roll 3, in Top IOM 3, placed I in American Literature and Spanish I at Swim. She plans to attend the University of Oklahoma maioring in drama. JOHN REID is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Reid, 2009 Flamingo Lane. John has participated in Biology Club I, Basketball l, baseball 3, and wrestling I. After graduation from Altus High School John plans to attend the University of Oklahoma, Norman, where he will maior in architecture. STANLEY RESTER is the son of Mrs. Hazel Rester. He attended high school in Rayville, La. before AHS. Stanley has participated in Boys Glee Club 2, Varsity Choir 2, Allied Arts Club I, and physical education I. His hobbies include customizing cars and sports. He plans to attend AJC. PAULA RICE is the daughter of Mrs. Eunna Faye Rice. While attending Altus High Paula has participated in Soph. Girls Glee Club I, and physical education. Her hobbies include cooking and sewing and softball. Paula plans to maiordin elementary education but has not decided what college she plans to atten . DAVID RICHARDS is the son of Mrs. Etta Richards, While attending Altus High School David has participated in Wrestling 2, Neighborhood Youth Corps, and Vocational Carpentry. He worked at Washington Elementary School and was NYC reporter. David plans to attend the University of Okla- homa and maior in P.E. JOE RICHARDS is the son of Mr. Elbert Richards. While at Altus High School, Joe has participated in football 3, track, and has worked with Neighborhood Youth Corps. He plans to attend Altus Junior College. Joe wants to maior in business or sociology. JANA RIGGS is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Riggs. While at AHS Jana has participated in Spanish Club I, Future Homemakers of America I, physical education l, and has been a home economics assistant I. She plans to attend Southwestern State College and maior in business. DONNA RISINGER is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Risinger, 920 North Howse Street, While at Altus High School Donna has participated in Soph. Glee Club l, and Girls Glee Club I. Her hobbies are sewing, reading, skiing and horseback riding. Donna's after graduation plans are indefinite. NANCY ROBERTS is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Roberts, l70l Okla- homa Drive. Nancy has participated in Pep Club I, Spanish Club I, Biology Club I, and physical education I while at Altus High School. She plans to attend Altus Junior College but has not yet decided upon a maior, CHARLES ROBERTSON is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robertson, 716 West Cypress St. While attending Altus High School Charles has participated in Spanish Club one year and Sophomore Boys Physical Education one year. His hobbies include automobile mechanics. Charles plans to go into business after graduation. 4 JONNIE ROBINSON is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Drury. While attending AHS Jonnie has participated in Sophomore Girls Glee Club one year and in Library Science Club. Her hobbies include reading, sewing, and painting. Jonnie plans to attend Baptist Bible College, Springfield, Mo. maioring in Christian Service. BECKY ROUTH is the daughter of Mrs. J. N. Routh, 501 Birch Street. She has participated in band one year, Spanish Club one year, Biology Club one year, and Spanish Laboratory Assistant one year. Becky's hobbies are swimming and traveling. She plans to attend Altus Junior College and maior in physical therapy. I77 DIANNA RUSSELL is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Thompson. She has previously attended Tipton High. Dianna has worked at Friendship Inn Restaurant. She has participated in Soph. Glee Club I, Biology Club I, and Art Club I year. Her hobbies are skating and horseback riding. Dianna plans to attend beauty school. GARY RUTLEDGE is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rutledge. While attending Altus High School Gary has participated in Distributive Educational Clubs of America two years and Biology Club one year. He has worked part time. His hobbies include baseball and cars. Gary is undecided about his after graduation plans. TOMMY SADLER is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Sadler. Tommy has participated in Vocational Carpentry two years and Boys Physical Education one year. His hobby is hunting. Tommy has worked part time while attend- ing high school. Tommy plans to attend Okmulgee Technical School where he will maior in carpentry. MICHAEL SAINDON is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Saindon. He has worked part time at Harkins Dairy Queen. While attending Altus High Mike has participated in JETS I year. Mike has been on the honor roll. He plans to attend AJC and wants to maior in electrical engineering. LARRY SAMPLE is-the son of Mrs. Roxie Curry. While attending Altus High School he has participated in Neighborhood Youth Corps and Vocational lndustrial Club of America three years. After graduation Larry's plans are indefinite. JOYCE SATTERWHITE is the daughter of Mrs. Juanita Satterwhite. Joyce has participated in Sophomore Girls Glee Club I year, Biology Club I year, and Neighborhood Youth Corps, for which she worked at Head Start and at the Board -of Education. Her hobbies include playing the piano. Joyce plans to maior in nursing. EDDIE SAULTS is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Saults. While attending Altus High School, Eddie has participated in boys physical education I year. His hobbies include painting and motorcycles, Eddie plans to maior in com- mercial art and to attend Altus Junior College. SHIRLEY SCHIJECHT is the daughter of Mrs. Grace Carey. While attending Altus High School she has participated in Spanish Club 2 years, Biology Club I year, and has been a library assistant. Her hobbies are reading and horseback riding. After graduation Shirley plans to major in business at Odessa Junior College, Odessa, Texas. CHRIS SCHRONSKI is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M, Schronski. Chris has participated in Sophomore Glee Club, Girls Glee Club, Varsity Choir, Latin Club 2, and Biology Lab Assistant I. She has been in the Top Ten Percent and on the Honor Roll. Chris plans to maior in medicine at OU or the University of lll. WAYNE SCHMEDT is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Schmedt. While attending Altus High, he has participated in Key Club two years, Bulldog staff one, Jets two years, and Biology Club one year. His hobbies are hunting and fishing. Wayne plans to attend Altus Junior College where he will maior in computer programming. COY SELBY is the son of Mr, and Mrs. D. C. Selby, I3I3 North Park Avenue. While attending Altus High School, Coy has participated in "That Altus Band", three years and Pep Band one year. In preparation for his planned maior in architecture, Coy has studied mechanical drawing. He plans to attend Altus Junior College. CHARLES LESLIE SHAW is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie J. Shaw. While attending Altus High School, Charles Leslie has participated in Boys' Basket- ball one and Vocational Industrial Cubs of America two years. He has been a member of the Neighborhood Youth Corps. After graduation, Charles' plans are indefinite. BOBBY SHERWOOD is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Sherwood. He has participated in French Club one year, Biology Club one year, basketball one year, baseball three years and the speech play, "Does Father Know Best?" After graduation from AHS Bobby pans to attend Altus Junior College. HOWARD SHOUMAKE is the son of Mrs. Lucile Shoumake. While attending Altus High School Howard has participated in Civil Air Patrol. He is inter- ested in aeronautics. He worked part time for the Altus Times Democrat. Howard plans to attend Altus Junior College but he has not yet decided upon a maior. . GLENN SHOWERS is he son of Sm,fSgt. and Mrs. Thomas J. Showers. He has worked part time at the base Commissary. He has participated in Spanish Club 2, Future Journalists of America I, and Collar staff I. After graduation Glenn plans to attend North Texas State, Denton, and major in history. DAVID SHULTZ is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shultz. While attending Altus High School David has participated in Boys Glee Club 2, Varsity Choir, and Biology Club I. His hobbies include water skiing, After graduation David plans to attend Oklahoma State University but has not yet decided upon a maior. PHIL SIMMS is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Simms. Phil has participated in "That Altus Band" 3, Stage Band I, JETS 2, Biology Club I, Chemistry Lab assistant I, and Biology lab assistant I. His hobbies include rocketry. Phil plans to attend AJC and SWSC maioring in social studies or general science. JAMES SINIARD is the son of Mrs. and Mrs. J. R. Siniard. While attending Altus High School James has participated in Biology Club I, Allied Arts Club 2, football and track. After graduation James plans to attend Altus Junior College and Southwestern State College. He pans to maior in business. CHRIS SMITH is he son of Mr. and Mrs. Clark W. Smith, I3II North Hudson. Chris has worked part time at Clark's Television Shop. While attending Altus High School he has participated in Vocational lndustrial Clubs of America and Futomobie mechanics. After graduation he plans to join the United States Air orce. I78 MARLYN SMITH is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Gene W. Smith. Marlyn has participated in "That Altus Band" I, Spanish Club 2, Biology Club I, and Spanish Lab assistant 2. She has been on the honor roll 2 and in Top IOM 2. Marlyn plans to attend AJC maioring in Sociology. MIKE SMITH is the son of Colonel and Mrs. William L. Smith. He has previ- ously attended Summerville High, Summerville, S.C. Mike has participated in Pep Club 2, Spanish Club 2. He was a iunior class representative to the Student Council. Mike plans to attend USAF Academy or East Tenn. State. ROBIN SMITH is the daughter of SmfSgt. and Mrs. Robert D. Smith. She has worked part time at Gibsons. While attending Altus High School Robin has participated in Allied Art Club I, physical education 2, and Future Home- makers of America I. Robin's after graduation plans are indefinite. SHANNON SMITH is the daughter of TfSgt. and Mrs. George W. Smith. She has attended high school in England and France. Shannon has participated in band 2, Soph. Glee Club I, Pep Club, French Club 2, Biology Club I, and the Collar staff. She plans to attend UCLA or Louisiana State maioring in English or iournalism. MARK SNELL son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Snell, participated in Key Club, Latin Club, Biology Club, golf, and wrestling. He was soph. vice-president, iunior class president, a member of the student council, a class favorite, and on the honor roll. Mark plans to attend Alabama University maioring in business or law. DAVID STANFIELD is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Stanfield, 874 South Ash St. While attending Altus High School, David has participated in football 2, track 2, and physical education 3. After graduation David plans to attend East Mississippi Junior College but has not decided in what to maior. SHARON STEPHENS has previously attended Wilson High School, Henryetta, Oklahoma. She has worked part time at WalIer's Dairy Queen. While attend- ing high school Sharon has participated in mixed chorus 3, a trio, basketball 3, and Physical education 3. Her after graduation plans are indefinite. SUSAN STEPHENS is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Stephens. She has previously attended John Marshall High School, Oklahoma City. She has participated in Girls Glee Club 2, Pep Cub 4, Thespians I, office assistant I. She plans to maior in art at Oklahoma State University. MIKE STICHER is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I.. C. Sticher. While attepding Altus High School Mike has participated in Varsity Choir 3 years, Boys Glee Club 3 years and Sophomore P.E. I year. He was in the All-School Production, "The Music Man" and in the Junior-Senior Banquet. Mike's after-QfBdUail0n plans are indefinite. ODELL SPRIGGINS is the son of Mrs. Beatrice Johnson. Odell was born in Yard, Texas. He has participated in Allied Arts Club I and sophomore physi- cal education I while at Altus High School. After graduation Odell plans to attend Altus Junior College but he has not yet decided upon a maior. NITA STAPP is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boaldin, 5IO West Broad- way. While at AHS Nita has participated in Pep Club 3, Spanish Club, Biology Club I, Art Club, office assistant, Future Homemakers of America, and physical education. Nita has not decided upon her after-graduation plans. LYNNETTE STOWE, daughter of Mrs. Frances Stowe and Raymond Stowe, has participated in Soph. Glee Club one yr., Pep Club 3 yrs., Library Science Club I, Spanish Club 2, Jets I, Biology Club I, Bulldog staff 3, Honor Roll, Top IOM-s, and co-editor of the Bulldog. Her hobby is bridge. Lynnette plans to attend the University of Okla. LOYD EARL STUTSMAN is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Stutsman. Loyd has participated in French Club I, JETS I, and physical education I. He was on the honor roll. Loyd's hobbies are flying and the Civil Air Patrol. He plans to attend Midwestern University at Wichita Falls maioring in aviation. ELVIS SURMAN is the son of Mrs, Addie L. Surman. Elvis was born in Texarkana. While attending Altus High School he has participated in the Neighborhood Youth Corps Program. His hobbies include swimming and hunting. After graduation Elvis plans to attend Okmulgee Tech. and wants to maior in physical education. DANNY TALMADGE is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Talmadge, 608 Lark. While attending Altus High School, he has studied Speech, bookkeeping. sociology, Data Processing, and world history. He has participated in the Junior-Senior Banquet. After graduation Danny plans to attend college. ANN TEFERTILLER is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Teferitller. Ann has participated in Soph. Glee Club I, Girls Glee Club I, Varsity Choir I, Pep Club 3, Spanish Club 2, Biology Cub I, office assistant 2, honor roll and top IOM. She has served as sec. of Soph. and Girls Glee Clubs and of Spanish Club. Ann is undecided about after-graduation plans. JOHNNY FRANK THOMAS is the son of Johnny Thomas. He has worked for Gilt Edge. Johnny has previously attended Martha High School. There he was Sophomore class president, Johnny has participated in basketball 2, baseball 2, and physical education I. His after graduation plans are indefinite. ROBERT THOMAS is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Thomas, 800 East Com- merce, Robert has participated in Latin Club 2, Biology Club I, golf I, and wrestling I. He has been on the Honor Roll, in the Top IOM, and a member of the Oklahoma Honor Society. He plans to attend OU or OSU. STEVEN THOMAS is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Thomas, 800 East Commerce Street. While attending Altus High School Steven has participated in golf I, and has been on the honor roll. He has worked part time farming for his father. Steven plans to attend Oklahoma University where he will maior in medicine. JAN tnomrsou is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.cisv10't Thompson, 1103 Elder Street. She has participated in girls physical education T and Biology Club l. Jan has worked part time at Harkins Dairy Queen. After graduation front Altus High School she plans to maior in business and attend Altus Junior Co ege. JIMMY THOMPSON Lee. While attending ball three years. His AHS Jimmy plans to coaching. JOHN THOMPSON i attending Altus High physics, senior math, to attend college. He i s s the son of Mr. and Mrs. Perc Thom son IlI3 Asa Y P 1 Altus High School he has participated in Boys' Basket- hobbies are sports of all types. After Graduation from attend Central State College, Edmond, and to maior in the son,of Mr, and Mrs. John L, Thompson. While School John has participated in Track. He has studied Speech I, and Typing I, After graduation John plans would like to become a commercial airline pilot. MIKE THOMPSON is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Thompson, II07 Loyadell Street. While attending Altus High School he has participated in Future Farmers of America 3. He has been secretary of FFA. Mike also participated in physical education. Mike plans to attend OSU and maior in veterinary medicine. JANICE THORNTON is the dauhgter of Mr. and Mrs. Beecher E. Thornton. She has worked part time at the NCO pool. Janice has participated in "That Altus Band" 3 years, Pep Band l year, all-school, musical orchestra 2 years, Spanish Club 2, P.E. 2, and Biology Lab. Assistant I. She plans to maior in English or science. SOPHIA TREVINO is the daughter of Mrs. Fernanda Trevino. She has particia pated in Biology Club one year, Physical Ed. l year, Vocational Commercial Sewing l year, and the Neighborhood Youth Corps Program. Sophia has worked part time at the Plaza Theater. She plans to attend Altus Jr. College and maior in business. ARTHUR VALDEZ is the son of Mr. E. T. Valdez, 7l3 Kathy Avenue. While at AHS Arthur has participated in Spanish Club one year, boys physical education one year, and the Neighborhood Youth Corps Program. He worked at the Plaza Theaterand for NYC.Arthur has not yet decided what his after graduation plans are. BRENDA VAN CLEAVE is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Qualls. She has previously attended McKinney High School, McKinney, Texas.. While attending Altus High School she has participated in Girls Glee Club. Brenda's hobbies incude sewing and reading. After graduation from AHS her plans are as yet indefinite. REGGIE VAN CLEAVE is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Qualls. He has participated in Latin Club one year, Jets one year, French Club one year, Biology Club l, Football l year, Baseball 2 years, and wrestling I. He plans to attend Altus Junior College and North Texas State where he will maior in computer programming. JEANIE VINYARD is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vinyard. She has participated in Sophomore Girls Glee Club one year, Girls Glee Club one year, Pep Club three years, Spanish Club one year, French Club one year, FJA, COLLAR staff and Biology Club one year. Jeanie plans to attend OU or Southwestern State. BRENDA WADE, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stansell Whiteside, has par- ticipated in Sophomore Girls Glee Club I, Pep Club 3, Spanish Club I, Biology Club I, FJA I, COLLAR staff I, and biology lab assistant 2. She has been Key Club Sweetheart Attendant, Jr. Class Sec. and on Honor Roll 2. Brenda plans to attend OU. KATY WALDROOP is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Waldroop, 1405 North Willard Street. While attending Altus High School Katy has participated in girls physical education three years. Her hobbies include reading and sports participation. Katy plans to attend Altus Junior College but her maior is undecided. DEBBIE WALKER is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Walker. She has par- ticipated in French Club two years, Sophomore Glee Club one year, Biology Lab. Assistant one year, Latin Club one year, and Biology Club one year. Her hobbies included reading. Debbie plans to maior in languages at the University of Colorado. SHARON WALLACE is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wallace. She has participated in Sophomore Girls Glee Club one year, Girls Glee Club one year, Biology Club one year, and Allied Arts Club one year. Sharon's hobbies include drawing and sewing. She plans to attend Altus Junior College and maior in art. STEVE WARREN is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Warren. While at Altus High he participated in "That Altus Band" three years, Biology Club one year, and DECA two years. Steve has worked part time at Troy's Grocery and Market. He plans to attend Oklahoma State University where he will maior in business management. MARK WEBER is the son of Mrs. Sue Weber, 2012 Canary Lane, Mark has previously attended Arlington High School, Arlington, Texas. While in high school he has participated in Key Club, basketball, baseball, and golf. After graduation Mark plans to attend the University of Houston, Texas, and maior in marine biology. WILDA JEAN WEST is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus West. While attending Altus High School she has participated in Neighborhood Youth Corps and Vocational Child Care. Her hobby is sewing. After graduation her plans are indefinite. DEBY WHENRY is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Whenry, 2l0l Blue- bird Lane. While attending Altus High School Deby has participated in Spanish Club l, Biology Club I, and physical education 2. After graduation Deby will probably attend Altus Junior College but has not decided upon a maior. DONNA WHITE is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James White, IIO9 Cherry Street. She participated in Girls Glee Club, Spanish Club, Biology Club, and basketball. Donna has worked part time at Park Lane Pharmacy. She was in the Speech play. Donna plans to attend Southwestern where she will maior in business. SCOTT WHITESIDE, son of Mrs. Charles Hill , has participated in French Club 2, Biology Club l, Bulldog staff l, football 3, track 2, wrestling l. He has been in Top TUM, on Honor Roll, Vice-pres. of sophomore and iunior classes, class favorite, and Boys' State delegate. Scott plans to maior in pre-law at Cornell. LARRY WIGINTON is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wiginton, Il8 Lakeside Dr. Larry previously attended Eisenhower High School, Lawton, Oklahoma. He has worked part time at Capri Home Furnishings. Larry has participated in Future Farmers of America. He plans to attend Cameron and maior in animal husbandry. CHARLES WILLIAMS is the son of MVS. Lois C. Williams, BI7 Lila Avenue. While attending Altus High School Charles has participated in Physical Educa- tion l and in Vocational Industrial Clubs. Charles is undecided about which technical school to attend but he does plan to maior in automotive mechanics. FRAN WILLIAMS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Williams, has participated in Pep Club 3, Biology Club l, office assistant 3, Thespians 2, basketball 3, and Art Club l. She has been FFA attendant and sweetheart, Biology Club treasurer, and FHA treasurer. Fran plans to maior in pre-school education at OSU. FREDERKA WILLIAMS is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams. While attending Altus High School she has participated in Girls Physical Education one year. She was in Vocational Industrial Sewing two years. Her hobby is sewing. After graduation Fredreka plans to attend Altus Junior College and maior in elementary education. PAM WILLIAMS is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Williams. She has worked part time at Southwestern Sewing Center. Pam has participated in Varsity Choir 2 and FBLA l. Her hobbies include vocal music, boating, and water skiing. Pam plans to attend some business school and maior in usmess. GAWAIN WILLIS is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve J. Mareak, Jr. While attending Altus High School he has participated in JETS I, Future Farmers of America, and physical education. He has been FFA treasurer, Gwain plans to jttend Altus Junior College and Oklahoma State and maior in veterinary me icine. JANICE WILLIS, daughter of Mrs. Flornice Willis, has participated in Future Homemakers of America, Vocational Commercial Sewing, Neighborhood Youth Corps, Soph. Glee Club l, Girls Glee Club 2, and Spanish Club. Her hobbies include singing and dancing. Janice's future plans are undecided, BARRY WILSON is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wilson. He has previously attended school in McNeil, Arkansas. Barry has worked part time at Under- wood's. He has participated in vocational automobile mechanics 3. Barry plans to attend Okmulgee Technical School after graduation and maior in mechanics. JAMES WILSON is-the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wilson, He has participated in physical education I and Allied Arts Club l. He has worked part time at Legar Mills Company. James' hobbies include coin collecting. He has not yet decided what his plans are after graduation from Altus High School. GARNETT WINDHAM is the daughter of Mr. O. E. Windham and the late Mrs. Windham. She has participated in Pep Club 3, FJA l, Collar staff I, FHA 2, and physical education I. Her hobbies are sewing and rock collecting. Garnett plans to attend Central State College maioring in iournalism. WILLIE HARDY WINGFIELD is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roise Lee Wingfield, 6l2 South Crain Street. While attending Altus High School Willie has partici- pated in Vocational Industrial Clubs of America, sophomore physical education l,d and Neighborhood Youth Corps. Willie's plans for the future are in e inite. LARRY WISE is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wise. While attending Altus High School he has participated in Physical Ed. one year and Vocational Industrial Clubs of America three years. His hobby is auto mechanics. Larry has studied mechanical drawing. After graduation Larry plans to maior in auto mechanics at Okmulgee Technical School. LINDA YOUNG is the daughter of Colonel and Mrs. Joseph J. Young, T Com- mand Circle, AAFB. She has previously attended Mt, Clemons High School and Oscoda High School in Michigan. Linda has participated in Pep Club I, and in the Junior-Senior Banquet. She plans to attend Texas Tech. where she will probably maior in business. She has been a cheerleader. I79 Bates, Sherry Beth 71, 84, 129 Index -Ag Abernathy, Crystal 40, 59, 173 Abernethy, Ann 0, 40, 98, 99, 106, 107, 122, 148, 150, 173 Abernathy, Don Earl 71, 89, 132 Aboussie, Barbara Jo 40, 101, 107, 122, 157, 173 108, Adams, Bi ll 37 Adams, Charles Michael 71, 90, 120, 159 Adams, Gayle 40, 97, 127, 173 Adams 125, , Stephen Ray 71, 89, 120, 159 Adcock, Jim 40, 136, 137, 173 Addison, Phyllis 40, 50, 91, 127, 173 Addison, Winfred Wayne 60, 134 Aduddell, Pam Sue 60, 104 der, Nita Jo 40, 119, 126, Alexan 157, 173 Alexander, Ron 37 Alexander, Vickey 71, 104 Allen, Barbara Jean 71, 101 Allen, Bobby Leon 60, 86, 92, 115 Allen, Joyce 60, 128 Allen, Martha Moreen 60, 101 Allen, Michel Wayne 71, 104, 137 Allen, Roger Lynn 40, 173 Allied Arts 96, 97 Basketball, Boys 82, 83 Basketball, Girls 84, 85 Batchelor, Clifford R. 41, 173 Bates, Carol, 5, 41, 107, 126, 173 Bates, Kenneth Lee 60, 109 Bates, Sandra 41, 84, 107, 119, 157, 173 Battles, Paul 71, 76, 105, 120, 155 Bazile, Pam Sue 41, 127, 157, 173 Bazile, Sheila Faye 60 Beal, Dusty 71 Beal, Steven Allen 41, 134, 135, 157, 173 Beane, David 3f13O Beavers, James T. 41, 42, 83, 173 Beasely, Eugene 138 Becktold, Jerry 71 Beckwith, Alan 71, 134 Bell, Charles Earl 41, 173 Bell, Mrs. Glenn 36 Benedict, Lori Susan 71, 121, 122 Bennett, Johnny 60, 137 Bennett, Jeanne 16, 40, 41, 59, 108, 122, 146, 152, 173 Berryman, Alan 42, 173 Berryman, James Dewey 71, 98, 99, 107 Besett, Phil 60, 92 Bevers, Donnie Lee 42, 173 Bevers, Lonnie Dean 107, 121, 159 Biddy, Shelly Annette 42, 173 Buchanan, Jennie Kay 17, 43, 98, 99,106,107,108,110,111,126, 148, 156, 174 Buck, Mr. Joe 20, 21 Buckner, Franklin Lynn 72, 90 Buckner, Wilma Ruth 72 Burns, Cecil L. 72, 101 Burnside, Phil Radlod 72 Burrow, Mary Frances 72 Burrow, Gary 61, 91, 97, 130 Bush, Danny 43, 174 Bush, Debbie Jean 72, 91 Byers, Debbie 61, 68, 98, 99, 107, 119,122,154,158 Byrd, David 41, 43, 104, 107, 116, 174 -C- Caldwell, Martin 61, 132, 137 Calkins, Janis 72, 84, 101, 120, 122 Callaghan, Karen Ann 61 Carder, Robert Wendell 61 Carnes, Belinda Jean 72, 91 Carpenter, Michael Lynn 43, 98, 99, 137, 174 Carpentry 134, 135 Carraway, Sam 61, 86 Cope, Dwight Alan 72, 89, 132, 133 Copeland, Glenda 72, 101, 117, 121, 122, 161 Corner, Joan Elizabeth 44, 174 Cossey, Kevin 72, 101, 114, 122 Cossey, Terri 61, 122, 158 Cost, Kent 61, 104 Cotney, Mark 61, 86, 98, 99, 107, 115 Cowart, Evelyn Kay 72, 116, 121, 161 Cox, Lynn 61, 99 Cox, Jerry 61, 98 Cox, Judy Gayle 128 Cox, Mr. Kenneth 10, 26, 98, 99, Carter, Bob 133 Carter, Mrs. Eulan 36 Carter, Paula Kay 61, 91 Casey, David R. 72 Castanedo, Pamela Loretta 43, 174 All School Production 106, 107 Alston, David L. 60, 104, 119, 158 Amen, Jeanette E. 40, 173 Amen, Linda Louise 71, 91, 122 Anderson, Judy 60, 128 Anderson, Sam 132 Appleby, Mr. W. A. 20 Armstead, Sybil 5, 60, 122 Armstrong, Bob 71, 89, 90 Ashley, Gaylon 40, 173 Atchley, Sandy Kay 71 Austin, James Earl 41, 135, 173 Austin, Bob 133 Austin, John Phillip 71 Auto Mechanics 136, 137 Avery, Pamela 60, 61, 102, 104, 155 Babb, Mr. Herman 31, 119 Babione, Ronald Charles 6, 41, 86, 92, 98, 99 Babione, Rusty 60, 130 Baer, William 60, 108 Bilbrey, Mike Ray 71, 90, 97 Billman, Jeannette Kay 71, 101 Billman, Joe 42, 103, 104, 107, 173 Biology Club 120, 121 Bishop, Penny S. 71, 101 Bishop, Linda 42, 108, 173 Bailey, Brent D. 71, 120, 159 Bailey, Jerry 99, 133 Bailey, Tim Earle 71, 98, 99, 120, 161 Bailey, Jimmy Jack 71, 91, 132 Bardsley, Hugh 71, 82 Barker, Barker, Chuck Lynn 60 Dale 71 Black, Mr. Joe 37 Blackburn, Donna 42, 98, 99, 107, 173 Blackburn, Tenny Don 71, 90, 135 Blackman, Blackstone, 156, 158 Blackwell, Teresa 71, 101, 104 Bloom, Stephen 42, 173 Boling, Carol Ann 42, 108, 128, 173 Bolton, Mrs, Robert 2, 3, Bomar, Vicki Lynn 58, 60, Bond, Gary 37 Bonds, Hubert Samuel 60, 136, 137 Booker, Pati 60, 107, 122, 129 Boza, Glenn Michael 61 Bradford, Terry 42, 173 Bradshaw, Linda 42, 173 Branch, Alice J. 71, 101 Brantley, Scott 16, 71, 90, 115, 159 Brewer, Cecil 42, 98, 99, 153, 157, 173120 Brewer, David 153 Brewer, Mary Lee 61, 101 Bridges, Jim 42, 173 Brinkman, Mrs. Bill 28, 61 Brinkman, Julie Anna 71, 75 Linda 60 Susan 60, 68, 98, 99, 128 34, 116 107, 149, Barker, Jerrel 41, 92, 132, 133, 173 Barker, Richard 133 Baker, Mike 41, 157, 173 Ballard, Annie Ruth 36, 71 Ballard, Eddie Gary 71 Band 102, 103, 104, 105 Band Sweetheart 147 Banc, Linda 101 Banks, Beverly Beatrice '71, 104, 159 Barnes, Gloria Jean 71, 101 Barnett, Jimmy Allen 71 Barrett, Betty 41, 101, 116, 122, 173 Barrett, Rita 41, 97, 119, 126, 157, 173 Barton, James Steven 60, 104, 107 180 Brogan, Miss Bessie 28, 118 Brown, Mr. David 32, 86, 88, 89, 92 Brown, Gregory Alan 43, 173 Brown, Lynette 60, 101, 122 Brown, Brenda 43 Brown, Sandy Nell 71, 101, 143 Brown, Scott 133 Brumley, Gary Wayne 71, 104 Bryce, Brenda J, 29, 43, 142, 173 Bryce, Cathy Elaine 71, 101, 107, 117, 120, 122, 159 Bryce, Mr. Eugene 20, 21 Bryce, Linda Kay 71, 101, 117, 126, 161 Bryce, Thurma Jo 7, 43, 111, 119, 126, 157, 174 Castanedo, Wesley 43, 107, 174 Paula 72 Cates, Castle, Patty 43, 101, 129, 145, 174 Castle, Peggy 72, 84, 101, 116, 161 Chadwick, Christy Sue 72 Chandler, Linda 61, 101, 127 Chaney, Alan 43, 104, 105, 155, 174 Chaney, Leola 72 Chaney, Shirley 91 Chapman, David 61, 86, 98, 99, 100, 106, 107, 116, 161 Chapman, Russell 6, 4, 86, 98, 99, 106, 107, 149, 150, 153, 154 Chapman, Sandra 43, 127, 174 Chenault, Terry 72, 133 Chesser, Mr. Cecil 20 Chesser, Louella 43, 98, 157, 174 Chesser, Ron 43, 83, 98, 107, 157, 174 107, Chick, Alan S. 61, 69, 89, 99 Child Care 128 Clark, Darviana Lee 72 Clark, James Dayton 61 Clayton, Mrs. Robert 5, 32 Clemons, Miss Glade 27, 37 Clendinning, Susan 138 Click, Jill 6, 7, 43, 59, 84, 122, 125, 146, 150, 156, 174 107, 157, Click, Joey 72, 89, 98, 99, 101, 133 Cline, Penny 61, 98, 99 Coats, J. T. 59, 116 Coppoge, Hal 61, 134 Coffey, Mr. Gary 25, 82, 83, 84, 86, 88, 89 Coffman, Archie Gene 72 Colar, Gary 37 Coleman, Kenneth 72 Collins, Bobbie Sue 61, 118 Cole,-Rex 44, 132, 133, 142, Cole, David 61, 132, 133 Colville, Mr. Jack 21 Combs, Loretta 72, 101 Commercial Sewing 127 Conner, Loyd Ray 61, 132 Cooley, Patricia Diann 72 Cooper, Charles 44, 47, 86, 154, 174 Cope, Daryl 37 1 74 1 07, 100 Crafton, Shirley 44, 174 Craig Jim Miller 72, 90 Cramer, Bill L. 72 Cramer, Donnie 61 Craven, Nancy 6, 44, 98, 99, 116, 119, 122, 145, 150, 154, 157, 161, 174 Crockett, Brenda 72, 104 Cromartie, Mr. Jim 86, 88 Cross, Mrs. Walter 20 Crouch, Janet S. 61, 91, 130 Crowell, Gina Allene 72, 91, 104 Crowe, Randal Robert 72, 90, 159 Crum, Mrs. Donald 26, 50, 91, 96, 101 Cruse, Glen 44, 92, 174 culling, Bobby 61, 136, 137 Culp, Doug 37, 107 Culver, Mrs. Dale 27, 37, 114, 115 Cummings, Mike 44, 98, 99, 107, 149, 153, 174 Cunningham, Robert 44, 83, 174 Curtis, Reta 44, 97, 104, 107, 129, 147, 174 ..p- Darby, Steve 61 Darwin, Annette 44, 119, 122, 126, 157, 174 Davenport, Jenny 61, 101, 115, 119 Daves, Billy 45, 174 Davis, Jim Lee 72, 90 Davis, Kyle 61, 82, 83, 86, 114, 158 Davis, Loretta 72 Davis, Melvin 72 Davis, Mr, W. C. 23, 69 Dean, John Clyde 61, 86, 119 Dean, Teresa Ann 45, 126, 129, 157, 174 Deca, 130 131 Deca, Queen 143 Decker, Joan 61, 98, 99, 107, 122 Dempsey, Carla 72, 101, 121, 122, 129 Devoll, Glenn 62, 86, 107 Diaz, Maria Rita 72, 91 Dickson, Jerry 45, 104, 105, 107, 157, 174 Dismore, John 37 Dodson, Elizabeth 72, 101, 122 Dodson, Patsy 26, 45, 97, 122, 126, 154, 174 Dodson, Mr. Jess 37 Dollins, Donna Jean 62, 66, 96, 97, 98, 99, 122 Dominquez, Adela 45, 138, 174 Dominquez, Josie 72, 91 Dominques, Lucen Nannette 45, 97, 174, 101 Doughten, Gary Don 73, 103, 133, 155 Doughten, Mr. Jeff 26, 50, 96, 105, 106, 147 Douglas, Mike Newman 73, 104 Dousey, Kinda Dianne 72, 104 Doyle, Mrs. C. J. 47 Doyle, Dianna L. 45, 174 Doyle, Mr. Jerry 6, 18, 19, 73, 125 Duckett, Roger Lynn 62, 103, 104, 107, 155, 158 Duck, Gloria Jean 73, 101 Duck, Vivian Ann 45, 174 137, Dugger, Carson P. 45, 136, 174 Duncan, Jimmy Clyde 62 Durrough, Barbara R. 73, 101 Duncan, Deana Sue 45, 118, 174 Durrough, Barbara 73, 129 Duty, John David 73, 137 Dwyer, Mr. Charles 139 Dwyer, Mrs. Charles 139 Gilman, Edmiaston, Rebecca Kay 45, 98, 99, 120, 151, 157, 174 Eichholz, Craig Doug 45, 174 Eichholz, Cynthia Denise 73, 101, Frazier, Steven Gene 46, 86, 89, 114, 175 Freeman, Debra Jean 46, 84, 175 Freeman, Jeanne Ann 17, 62, 98, 99, 107, 119,122, 155, 158 Fremila, Keith R. 62 French Club 115 French Queen 144 Freno, David Ross 46, 98, 99, 107, 153, 175 Fueglein, Steve Ray 62, 86, 134 -G- Gaftord, Mona 34, 127, 129, 175 Garcia, Alfred 73, 137 Garnett, Craig 62, 86, 107, 154 Garrett, Tommy KeWiS 73, 89 Hatton, Mark 133 Hawkins, Randle 63, 86, 138, 139 Hawkins, Jance 74, 90 Haye, Harold Keith 74, 104 Haynie, Brent 8, 74, 92 Heidebrecht, Kay 6, 47, 84, 157, 175 Helfrich, Joseph Clark 74 Hollum, Cherryl 73 Hambrick, Susan 63, 101, 107, 115, 144, 158 Hamilton, Susan Mary 63, 158 Hammack, Leslie 73, 90, 159 Harbison, Marty 47, 175 Harder, DeAnna Lou 47, 98, 99, 116, Howard, Kathy Sue 74 Howard, Margo Karin 74 Howard, Martha Jane 47, 102, 103, 105, 107,161,175 Howard, Polly 63, 128 Hubble, Dave 63 Hudson, Janet 29, 74, 104 Huey, Patricia Ann 74, 101 Hughes, Kim 63, 69, 98, 99, 103, 104, 107, 156 Hughes, Cheryl 48, 97, 98, 99, 127, 175 Hughes, Doug 48, 137, 175 Hughes, Mark 63, 107 Hukill, Claudine Marie 74, 91 Hull, Gilmer 37 107, 175 Hardy, Karen 47, 175 Garrison, Stephen Michael 62 Garvin, Mr. Buel 30, 120, 121 Gibson, Jerry 136, 137 Gildon, Dorothy Jean 73 Patricia 62, 130 Henson, James Harold 74, 90 115, 121 Elliott, Benita 73, 101, 107, 116, 121, Elliott, Elliott, Emery, 122, 159, 161 James Dewex 73 Mrs. John 25, 91 Richard W. 62, 98, 99, 107 Epperson, Larry E. 62 Erickson, John Kevin 62 Erickson, Kay E. 73 Etheridge, Michael Neil 62, 104, 107, 155 Gilman, Veda 73, 101, 159 Ginn, Kathryn 62, 97, 107, 123, 158 Glaves, Lettye 46, 175 Golston, Patricia 62 Goldston, Sandi 127 Gomez, Belinda 91 Goodwin, Lynn 62, 98, 99, 107,116, 155,158,161 Gordon, Patricia Ann 46, 104, 175 Gordon, Robby D. 46, 175 122, 104, Everett, Angelita 62, 1.15, 122 Everett, Stella Ann 73, 91, 121 Ewing, Mrs. D. M. 37, 61, 116, 160 -F- Fancher, Daniel Kevin 62, 98, 99, 107 Fancher, Gary Don 62, 130 Fancher, Mary Jeanne 41, 45, 98, 99, 100, 107, 148, 154, 156, 157, 174 Farley, Pat 62, 86, 107 Falk, Gay 90 Faucher, Sarita Ann 43, 45, 97, 107, 108, 174 Felton, Mike Edward 73, 104 Ferguson, Patricia Ann 73, 101, 121, 159 Ferrell, Barbara Ann 27, 62 Ferris, Mrs. Weldon 28, 111, 109 FFA 132, 133 FFA Sweetheart 142 FHA 129 FJA 108, 109 Fields, Ronnie 73, 89 Fletcher, Roxanne 73, 121, 159 Fisher, Alice Marie 62, 91 Fisher, Bernice 73 Fisher, Lazel 62, 97 Flanagan, Megan Maragret 45, 157, 175 Flanagan, Grady 73, 91, 159 Fleming, Karen Janell 62, 66, 107, 122, 126 Flenar, Larry 62 Flippin, Mrs. Paul 28, 106, 107, 123 Football 86, 87, 88, 89 Ford, Brenda Jurl 73, 101, 116, 118, 161 Ford, Danny 45, 175 Ford, George 45, 86, 107, 114, 119 Ford, Jerry 73 Foster, Donald Richard 45, 107, 116, 153,155,175 Foster, Sandra Diann 62 Foulk, Dale L. 73 Fox, Raymond Hume 46, 107, 175 Fraser, Edward 73 Frazier, Cheri Lynn 73. 104 104, Glaspie, Cathy Lynn 73, 101, 122 Glenn, John Mar-k 73, 107 Glover, Linda 73, 107 Gober, Shari 73, 74, 101, 107, 110, 116,12O,122,151,159,161 Gough, Mike Lee 62 Gould, Earl Thomas 46, 175 Graham, Ronnie 46,'l34, 157, 175 Graham, Earl Wayne 62, 130 Grant, Elizabeth Jane 62, 116, 158, 161 Gras, Mike Joseph 62 Green, Danny Roger 62, 138 Green, Larry 73 Greene, Patty J. 73, 121, 122 Greer, Teresa Kay 62, 98, 99, 107, 122 Gregg, Danny 73, 89, 98, 99, 107, 151 Gregg, Mr. and Mrs. Thurman 70 Grider, Victor 73 Griffin, Deborah Carol 63, 118 Griffin, Linda Sue 73, 101 Griggs, Ardren 63, 98, 99, 101, 104, 115 Groves, Earl 73, 98, 99, 121 Groves, Randy J. 63, 92 Guaiardo, Maria 63, 104, 107, 117, 155, 161 Gulyas, Cheryl 47, 127, 175 Gulyas, Candace 63, 157 -H- Haas, Richard 7, 47, 132, 133 Halcomb, Bart 63, 101 Hall, Margaret 73, 159 Hall, Nancy 73, 101, 121, 122, 129 Hallmark, Kenneth 73, 89 Harrington, Mr. Clester 32, 83 Harralson, Paul 73, 138 Harralson, William 130, 132 Harris, Dee Loyce 101 Harris, Gary Don 63 Harris, Judy Gail 74 Han, Mr. Bob 32 ae, aa. 166, 167 Harvick, Mirian Ruth 47, 127, 129, 175 Hass, Reginald Stan 74, 175 Hatzikian, Kathleen 63 Hardy, Mary Gwen 47, 98, 99, 126, 157, 175 Hargis, Orville Dee 63 Harkins, Bill.47, 107, 175 Harkins, Melinda 73, 101, 114, 121, 122 Harness, Patti Lynn 63 Henderson, Patricia 74, 84, 107, 114, 122 Henry, John 47, 175 Henry, Milton Leroy 74 Hensley, Bob Don 47, 179 Hensley, Susan Diana 74 Henson, Jackie Ruth 2, 3, 63, 101, 128 101, Hern, Katherine 63 Hernandez, Louis 47, 179 Herring, Kathy 66, 98, 99, 102, 104, 107, 153 Herron, Mrs. Earl 10, 28, 29, 42, 63, 107, 123, 158 Hicks, Dawn 74, 84, 101, 120 Hicks, Mrs. J. C. 24 Hickerson, John 74, 89, 92 Hickerson, Rebekah 63, 101, 116, 122, 158 High, Georgia Vonne 74, 84 High, Kenneth Don 74, 89 High, L. W. 74, 90 Hill, Alma Darlene 74, 91, 159 Hill, Col. and Mrs. Charles 70 Hill, oayla 63, 98, 99, 107, 116, 122, 123, 125, 126, 152, 156, 158, 161 Hill, James 74 1-1111, Johnny 25, 63, ab, 175 Hill, Colette 74, 101 High, Patricia 74, 101, 159 Hillard, Fay 74 Hillard, Joselyn 91 Hillard, Rena Kaye 74 Hillegass, Robin Raberta 63, 128 Hodge, Raymond A. 135 Hodge, David Robert 74 Hodge, Gwendolyn Elaine 74 Hodge, Rodolph 44, 175 Hoehman, Pauleen Patricia 63, 97, 101, 108 Hogan, Ken 90 Holder, David Newton 74, 133 Hollenback, Thomas 63, 104, 158 Hollingsworth, Michelle 73, 101, 120 Holman, Jon 74 Holman, Paulene 101 Holsey, Bob 74 Holt, Mrs. Kenneth 31, 77 HOMECOMING QUEEN 146 Homeward, Andy 90 HONORS 153, 154, 155, 156 Horton, Bettye Joyce 74 Houpe, Deahn 47, 98, 99, 107, 108, 157, 179 Howard, Anna Marguerit 74, 116, 120 Hunt, Hunt, Becky 74, 91 Duane 48, 175 Hunt, Frank J. 48, 175 Hunt, Janice Elaine 74, 104, 116, 161 Hunter, Deryl 48, 132, 133 175 Huntley, Seth 63 Hyde, Marvin 48, 59, 86, 87, 98, 99, 107, 146, 150, 175 -1- lgner, Bessie Burnice 48, 91, 176 Igner, Willie Mae 74, 127 Iken, Daniel 17, 63, 86, 110 Iken, Jan 74, 116, 120, 159, 161 Ingram, Debra 63, 104, 107 lzzo , Pete 48, 176 ...J- Jackson, Craig 63, 135 Jackson, Denise 12, 48, 127, 138, 176 Jackson, James E. 63 Jackson, Larry L. 63 Jackson, Linda D. 74, 91 Jackson, Reginald C. 74, 82, 83 Jackson, Robert J. 75, 82, 138 Jameson, Janis 64 Janto, John 64 Jantz, Mr. Arthur 30, 78 Janusewicz, Beth 70 D Jensen, ebra 64 Jets 119 Jimenez, Ann M. 64, 65, 138 Johnson, Darlene 75, 101 Johnston, Cecil L. 48, 176 Johnston John Frantz 48, 130, 176 Johnston, Patti DiAnn 75, 129 Jones, Billy 37 Jones, Bobbie Ann 48, 127, 176 Jones, Cindy 48, 98, 116, 138, 145, 176 Jones, Debby Ann 75, 122 Jones, Donna Kay 64, 99, 115, 155 Jones, Douglas 75, 125, 159 Jones, Jim 90, 114 Janes, Linda 45, 96, 913, 129, 176 Jones, Myrna 75, 121 Jones, 130, Pamela Jean 10, 49, 108, 176 V -K... Karr, Karmen 64, 130 Kastner, Chris C. 64, 158 Kellems, David H. 75, 90 Kelley, Doug 75, 89 Key, Jacquine 91 Killebrew, Mr, Robert 34, 134, 135 Killebrew, Mrs. Robert 22, 23 Kimball, William R. 75, 90 Kiker, Mrs. Ersa 23 Kiker, Kathy 61, 64, 98, 99, 119,122,158,161 Kincannon, Gary W. 75 King, Diana Lou 75, 97 King, Bruce H. 75, 104 King, Larry W. 64. 98, 99 107, 181 Medlock, Ken 75 Kirby, Beverly Ann 75, 101 Kline, Patty C. 75 Knight, Mr. John 28 Koontz, David Alan 64, 107, 158 Knupp, Anita 75, 91 Koren, Cherl Denise 75 Kortum, Dianna 49, 129, 176 Kortum, Katheryn E. 75, 101 Kovar, Lynn Dennel 75, 101, 159 Kraatz, Mary 49, 127, 129, 176 Kravig, Kirk L. 64, 130 Kuykendall, Ronald 75, 104, 120 -L- LaBeth, Donnie L. 64, 134 Laflamme, Kay 49 Lambert, Annette 49, 96, 156, 176 Lambert, Leane 64, 126, 129 Lane, Deborah Mary 64, 97, 130 Lance, Douglas Alen 64 Lance, Priscilla Ann 75, 129 Lanktord, Bonita 49, 128, 176 LaRue, William 64, 89, 92, 132 Lauen, Navelle 64 Lathum, Don 90 Lathum, Ron 90 Lavender, Phyllis 75, 91 Lawson, Ben 75, 90 Ledbetter, Peggy 64, 116, 122, 130, 161 LeClair, Margaret 91 Leister, Odella Kay 64, 127 Lemaster, Jimmy 49, 130, 132, 176 Le rtton, David 49, 176 Letterman, Ginger 49, 176 Leverett, Amos 36 Levchik, Pete 49, 108, 176 Library Science 108 Lighty, Tonia 64, 128 Linares, Margarita 49, 127, 176 Linares, Petra 49, 128, 176 Li nne, Linda 49, 97, 157, 176 Lipscomb, Richard 64, 90 Little, Ann 75, 101, 120 Little, Donna 64, 91, 101, 122, 130 Little, Paula 64 Littleiohn, Mrs. Ora 20, 34, 129 Lockhart, Mr. R. J. 30, 119 Lockhart, Mrs. R. J. 30, 42, 119 Logan, John Paul 75, 90 Lollis, Charles H. 49, 108, 176 Lollis, Dwayne 64 Long, Buddy K. 65, 84, 98, 99, 119, 158 Long, Kay 65, 98, 99, 116, 158 Longley, Ross 65, 104, 116, 155, 161 Lopez, Pedra A. 49, 116, 166, 176 Lopez, Sylvia 65, 116, 119, 138 Lan, Kathy to, 49, toe, 176 Lovett, Ronnie L. 75, 89 Lowder, Susan Jane 49, 98, 99, 107, 126, 157, 176 Lubrant, Barry Michael 65, 106, 107 Lukens, Richard W. 75 -Mc- McAlister, Jack D. 75, 107 McAlpine, Stephen L. 75 McAnallen, Bob 75 McAnallen, Mrs, Walter 25 McAskill, Alan Robert 65 McAskill, Tom 65 McCabe, Steve 65 McClellan, Darla 75 McClellan, Larry Don 50, 130, 176 McCracken, Mr. Mark 32, 92 McDaniel, Jo 75, 90 McDaniel, Gary Lewis 75 McDowell, Reanna L. 50, 118, 176 McElfresh, David 75, 120, 159 McElroy, Carol Ann 65, 122 McElroy, Monty Thomas 65, 76, 121 182 McGee, Dewey 132, 133 McGee, Mr. Wayne 138 McEndree, Susan G. 50, 53, 105, 119, 147,157,176 McFadin, John 76 McMahan, Mr. Hatton 20, 21 McMahan, Mary Renee 5, 6, 17, 50, 107, 108,110, 157,176 McMahan, Robert Allen 65, 86, 87, 107, 125, 152, 158 McMillan, Judy 76, 101 McNeal, Deborah Denise 65, 91, 122, 158 McPherson, Zoe Ann 76, 104, 107, 155 MCQuiggan, Daniel Hugh 76, 90 McQuillen, Myra Fay 76, 116, 161 McSpadden, Pam 50, 176 Mackey, Mrs. Willie 24 Madden, Wilber Kay 49, 128, 176 Maddox, Stephanie 75, 104, 107, 121 Nall, Niel E. 65, 134, 135 Nearhood, Tom David 65 Noel, Cynthia L. 76, 101, 121 Newman, Ken 76, 89, 92 Newville, Mr. Vandell 132 Nichols, Charles 76, 104, 137 Nichols, Mike 50, 86, 123, 155 Nichols, Judy Gay 65, 91, 130 Plan, Roy Keith 76 Plew, Mr. and Mrs. Max 70 Plew, Patsy Jan 70, 76, 122, Pollock, Bruce Carlton 52, 107, 177 Potter, Brenda 76, 91 Pollard, Jerry Don 52, 177 Pope, Mitchell 77 1 84 1 52, Nodel , susan A. 51, 177 Nolen, 135 Nolen , Johnnie 76 Nolen, Clayton M. 51, 132, 134, 177 Linda 110, 177, 183 Norman, Mr. J. D. 30, 31, 70 Nucci, Anita L. 76, 101 Nunley, Max c. 51, 116, 161, 177 NYC 133, 139 -Q- Oakley, Bob 65, 82, 83, 36, 107 Oakley, Mrs. John 37 Oden, W. Tal 76, 98, 99 Oglesby, Pamela Sue 65 Olson, Richard Allan 65, 96, 107 Maffry, Chris 75, 89 Maffry, Doug 49, 107, 176 Mahan, Ben Bob 70, 72, 75, 98, 99, 125, 137, 152, 155 Mahan, Jan 6, 13, 49, 84, 98, 101, 122, 123, 125, 176 Mahon, Ronald W. 65, 134, 135 Mains, Danny Mack 75, 135 Mains, Mike Lynn 65, 134, 135 Maley, Susan 75, 104, 121, 159, 161 Marple, Glyna 29, 50, 84, 97, 107, 119, 129,157,176 Marple, Terri D. 64 Mathis, George 65 Martin, Mr. Cortis 31, 70, 76 Martin, Rebecca E. 65, 97, 115 Martinez, Al 75, 90 Martinez, Felix 65, 137 Martinez, Andres 65, 116, 161 Massey, Brenda G. 65 Mayrhofen, LaVenna G. 2 Mayrhoten, Donna 3, 65 Meacham, Paula 65, 99, 122 Meacham, Thomas 50, 110, 130, 176 Metcalf, Mr. Kent 34, 132, 133 Miller, Bruce 75 Miller, Mark L. 75, 90 Miller, Naymon 50, 176 Mills, Betty Dee 65, 129, 159 Mills, Robert David 65, 103, 104, 107, 155 Mills, Danny H. 89, 116, 130 Mink, Sheila M. 65, 101 Mixon, La vonne 75 O'Malley, Anne 51, 177 Orr, Patricia Sue 65, 98, 99, 107 Ortega, Pat A. 65 Owings, Don D. 65, 90 -p- Pace, Mr. Dois 26, 105, 107 Palmer, Lonnie 65, 98, 99, 108' Parks, Gail Anne 76 Parker, Robbe Gail 65, 122, 144, 155 Parrish, Stuart Leo 76, 90, 121 Parsley, Barbara K. 51, 177 Passinetti, Leo Jr. 76, 89, 92, 121 Pate, Annette 157 Pate, Mike K. 76, 82 Patton, Brenda 76 Patrom, Beverly A. 51, 130, 143 177 Patterson, Paula K. 51, 66, 97, 116 Paulk, Charlotte R. 76, 84, 120 Paulk, Thomas D. 51, 177 Paulk, David 51, 107, 114 P. E. Boys' 90 P. E. Girls' 91 Peek, Sheila A. 76, 91, 97, 122 Pemberton, Linda K. 66, 101 Pininger, Deanine 66, 119, 122 Pep Club 122, 123 Pequignar, Kim 66, tot, 107, 122 Perkins, Lanette 66, 101, 116, 158, 161, 108 Perkins, Jimmie 66 Perry, Carol Ann 76, 77, 84, 101, 116, 122, 159, 161 Perry, Harry Junior 76 Perry, Larry C. 51, 116, 161, 177 Perry, Susan Jan 76, 101 Personalities 150, 151, 152 Porter, Paula Kaye 66 Porter, Ralph 77 Post, Johnnie W. 4, 53, 119, 177 Powers, Mrs. Edward 29 Price, Jerry M. 53, 130, 177 Price, Kay 66, 69, 98, 99, 111, 122,123,158 Prince, Kathleen 77, 129 Pruitt, Mr. and Mrs. John 70 Pruitt, Ron F. 77, 89 Purcell, Eddy L. 53, 101, 177 Purcell, Ebalene B. 77, 91, 159 Purcell, Johnny 66, 137 110, -Q- Quigliana, Pat 91 -R- Ragsdale, Wayne A. 66 Rains, Randy 53, 78, 177 Rains, Sue L. 53, 177 Rains, Suzanne 77 Randal, Delmond 77 Randolph, Vicki 77, 120 Rankin, Adrain 7 Ray, James Kyle 77, 92, 89, 133 Ray, Joe 37 Ray, John Weslen 66, 104 Ray, Mike 53, 59, 86, 88, 98, 99, 107, 119, 154, 177 Ray, Paula 77, 101, 122, 159 Ray, Tommy Dale 77, 89 Ray, Forrest Gene 50, 53, 92, 97, 177 Reagan, Mary 53, 107, 108, 116, 122, 156, 157, 177 Reece, Stephen Loraine 77, 90, 92 Reed, William Craig 77, 90 Reeves, Jerry 37 Reid, John A. 53, 177 Reinhart, Judith 66, 114, 158, 126 Remis, Joseph Francis 77, 98, 99, 107 Rester, Stan 53, 177 Rice, Dennis 77, 89 Peters, Peters, Peters, 157, David Lynn 52, 92, 177 Jerry Neal 76, 92 William Walter 52, 98, 99, 177 Moberly, Kittie Rae 65, 102, 104, 107, 155 Mock, Paul Harrison 65, 86, 88, 107, 114 Moll, Chris Lee 65 Moll, Janice Diane 75, 91, 121 Mollison, Dicky 75, 107 Molliran, Richard A. 75 Morales, Richard 107 Moreau, Eric 133 Moreau, Mark 50, 54, 97, 132, 133, 176 Moreau, Roger E. 75 Morgan, Joseph 4, 50, 176 Morgan, Morgan, Chipper 50, 107 Penny 50, 128, 176 Morris, Vicki 50, 128 Moss, Rick 65, 83 Muse, Randy 10, 50, 86, 108, 176 Myers, Deborah Ann 50 Myers, Ronald 50, 107 -N- Nall, Donna K. 65, 127 Peterson, Mr. Clifford 20, 21 Peterson, Mrs. Jayne Jayroe 100, 148, 154 Peterson, Kaye 127 Phillips, Kay 52, 177 Phillips, Vickie Lynn 52, 97, 177 Phelan, Pat 52, 103, 104, 107, 155, 177 Pierpont, Martha Lee 52, 157, 177 Pickett, Billy Frank 66, 86 Pickett, Troy Leane 76, 91 Pigg, Donna Jean 76, 101, 121, 159 Pink, Dewayne Allen 76 Pink, Dennis 89 Pinkston, Don 52, 177 122, Place, Pamela Lynn 76, 117, 161 Plan, Evelyn Jean 52, 177 Rice, Paula 53, 127, 138, 177 Rice, Sam 66, 86, 88, 92 Richards, David 53, 92, 137, 138 177 Richards, Joe 53, 86, 138, 139 177 Richardson, Ronnie 77, 90 Rico, David 77, 90 Riddle, James 66, 104 Riggs, Jana 53, 59, 97, 108, 12 129, 177 Risinger, Donna 53, 128, 177 Risinger, Doris 77, 101 Risner, Mr. Roy 32, 33, 105 Rinker, Sharron Diane 77, 101, 10 120, 122, 142, 159 Roberts, Nancy E. 53, 177 Roberts, Patti Kay 77, 101, 11 122, 152, 159, 161 Roberts, Susie 77, 101, 104, 12 128, 159 Robertson, Charles 54, 177 Robertson, Darrell Wesley 66, 137 Robinson, Jonnie L. 26, 54, 11 177 Robertson, Susie Loretta 77, 91 Roberson, Martin 66, 98, 99, 1 116, 158, 161 Robertson, Patricia Diane 66 Robertson, Guy Kevin 66, 86, 1 119, 125 Robertson, Harold Craig 66, 137 Robinson, Kenneth Jesse 77 Rockett, Pam Diane 77, 91, 129 Rodgers, Michael 66 Rogers, John 20 Rogers, Larry Don 77, 90 Rooker, Mrs. Bob 37, 116, 160 Rose, Linda 54 Rose, LaVern 66 Rose, Rena J. 66 Roudebush, Terry Ann 66, 69, 98, 99, 101, 107, 108, 122 Roudebush, Woodine 66, 115 Routh, Becky C. 54, 119, 177 Rowland, Lynn 77, 89, 97 Russell, Dr. C. G. 20, 21 Russell, Dianna 178 54, 96, 127, 129, Russell, Donnie L. 66, 132, 136, 137 Russell, Randy D. 66, 134, 135 Rustman, Mrs. Fred 107 Rutledge, Gary D. 54, 130, 178 ...5- Sadler, Tommy 54, 135, 178 Saindon, Michael 34, 54, 119, 126, 178 Salmon, Daryl 66, 103, 116, 161 Sample, Larry Don 54, 137, 138, 178 Sanchez, Joe 66, 86 Sanchez, Mary Elva 77 Sanford, Elizabeth Ann 66, 130 Satterfield, Carmen Sue 77 Satterwhite, Joyce 54, 138, 178 Saults, Betty 77 Saults, Carol 66, 101 Saults, Eddie 54, 178 Schlecht, Shirley 54, 128, 178 Schmedt, Wayne 4, 54, 110, 111, 119, 178 Scholars 157, 158, 159 Schopp, John 77, 90 119, Schronski, Chris 54, 98, 99, 178 Schultz, Denise 71 Schultz, Lee 77 Seay, Manley B. 66, 137 Selby, Coy 54, 104, 178 Self, David W. 66, 104, 107, 116, 161 Sellers, Connie 77, 101, 122, 159 Shafer, Gary M. 77, 104 Shafer, Mr. William 34 Shaffer, Jerry D. 66, 104, 134 135 155, Smith, Kitty 78, 101, 116, 120, 161 Smith, Charles 5, 78, 116, 160 Smith, Douglas K, 67, 104, 116, 161 Smith, Chris R. 55, 137, 178 Smith, Rick 82 Smith, Gary M. 67, 86 Smith, Gale 122, 129 Smith, Glynda A. 78 Smith, Marilyn G. 55, 116, 126, 157 , 178 Smith, Jackie 78, 90 Smith, Mike Lynn 55, 178 Smith, Mike Vernon 78, 98, 99, 125 Smith, Roberta Gayle 78, 9111221 Smith, Robin Dale 55, 128, 178 Smith, Roxanne 67, 104, 122, 143 Smith, Shannon 55, 178 Snell, Mark 6, 16, 40, 47, 56, 92, 125 128 151 156 sne11,'Ra1h'7a, io1, 107, 121 Snow, Mr. Bailey 20 Soper, Linda 78, 110, 111, 116, 120, 159, 161 Southern, Elaine 78, 91, 120 Spanish Club 116, 117 Spanish Queen 145 Spann, Linda Joyce 67 Speech 112,113 Spradley, Sharon 56 Spriggings, Odell 56, 178 Spru ie Spr uie ll, Mrs. Bud 23 ll, Robert Mark 78 Stayton, Bill 37 Stanfield, David 56, 107, 178 sfapp, Nita 56, 98, 108, 122, 146, 178 Starr, Billy B. 67, 86, 107, 116 Starr,Dwight 67, 67, 86, 107, 114, 119, 125 Starr, Mr. alnd Mrs. James 64 Starr, Jan 67, 98, 99, 104, 115, 144, 151 Stautfer, James, Jr. Stauffer, Sam 70, 78, 89, 107, 133, 159 Staufter, Susie 62, 67, 69, 107, 116, 119, 122, 126, 158,161 Stephens Stephens Stephens Stephens, Stephens ,Christine 67 , Jim D. 78, 89 Stephens, Sue 56, 67, 107 Susan M. 56, 96, 178 Sharon 2, 3, 178 Mike L. 78 semff, Tame 77, Sellers, Connie Marie 77, 159, 121 127 129 Simms, Phil Lindern 55, 178, 104, 121 Shambley, Mary Lynn 77, 101, 120, 122 Shanks, George 37 Shaw, Brady 77, 90 Shaw, Charles 54, 178 Shelton, Judith L. 77, 91 Shepard, Gary 77, 90, 92 Shepard, Gregory 159 Sherwood, Bobby 55, 178 Sherman, Benny 11, 66, 86, 97 Shipley, Jimmy William 77, 121 Shivers, Ramona 77 Shoumake, Howard 55, 157, 178 Showers, Glenn Walter 55, 107, 108, 116, 178 Shultz, David L. 16, 55, 178 Simpson, Mike 37 Siniard, Brenda 77, 101, 120 Siniard, James D. 55, 86, 89, 178 Skidmore, Mrs. B. M. 29 Skinner, Frances C. 77, 101, 116, 120, 122, 159, 161 stapp, Nita J. 126, 129 Smith, Barbara K. 66 Smith, Carla J. 66, 99, 104, 107 Stewart, L. C. 78, 79 Sticher, Mike 10, 56, 98, 99, 107, 108, 178 Sticher, Sara 67, 101, 122, 158 Stickell, Debra 76, 78, 122, 159 Stoner, Freddie Lee 67 Stout, Jim Earl 67 Stowe, Lynnette 17, 56, 107, 111, 118,122,157,178 Stropus, Charles 67, 135 Stropus, Linda A. 67 Student Assistants 126 Student Council 124, 125 Stroud, Tommy Joe 78, 83, 133 Stutsman, Bobby Charles 78, 90 Stutsman, Loyd 56, 78, 115, 118, 119, 178 Sullivan, John L. 78 Surman, Elvis 56, 179 Sylvestro, Anthony J. 67 -1-.. Tabb, Jerry L. 67, 86, 116, 158, 161 Tahsuda, Mr. Ray 61 Tahsuda, Rusty 62, 67, 83, 125, 151 Talley, Marilyn 13, 76, 78, 101, 116, 122, 161 Talmadge, Danny L. 56, 107, 178 Taylor, David 78, 83, 121, 159 Taylor, D'Etta F. 78, 101 Teeter, Vicki 61, 67 Tefertiller, Ann 56, 98, 99, 122, 157, 178 Terry, Cindy G. 78, 122 Terry, Larry E. 78, 90 Thomas, Craig 72, 78, 89, 98, 99, 107 Thomas, Mrs. Del Ray 34, 127, 129 Thomas, David 78, 92 Gwen Ruth 78 91 107, Thomas, , Thomas, Johnny Frank 56, 130, 178 Robert Hailey 53 56 Thomas, , Thomas, Steve Holt 56, 119, 178 Thompson, Jan 56, 179 Thompson, Jimmy W. 56, 178 Thompson, Jon Scott 78 Thompson, John L. 53, 56, 83, 90, 178 Thompson, Michael Don 56, 102, 132, 133, 178 Thornton, Cheryl Kay 67, 122, 129 Thornton, Janice 56, 102, 147, 178 Thornton, Sam L. 104 Thrush, Suzanne 67 Thurman, Mrs, C. D. 36 Thurmond, Denise Lynnette 67 Tidwell, Mr. Alfred 15, 37 Tidwell, Patricia Ann 78, 101, 122 Tillery, Kornelia 78, 91 Timmons, Steve 67 TimsfPamela 78, 101, 107, 121, 122 Tims, Mr. and Mrs. Sonny 70 Tims, Terry M. 61, 62, 67, 86, 87. 107, 114, 151 Tock, Terri Gay 78, 101, 121, 122 Towles, Gary Edwin 78 Trevino, Sophia 57, 179 Triplett, Sharon Kay 78, 91 Turner, Barbara Ann 67 Turner, Larry Gene 67, 103, 104, 107, 116, 155 Tyree, Barbara Ann 78 .V- Valdez, Arthur 5, 57, 116, 179 Valdez, Xavier 67, 130 Van Cleave, Brenda G. 57, 128, 179 Van Cleave, Reggie 57, 179 Vann, Deborah L. 78 Vaughn, Karen 67, 128 Veals, Arthur L. 67 Vega, Maggie 79 Vinyard, Jeannie 57, 108, 179 Vinyard, Mr. Ray 34, 136, 137 Vocal King 149 Vocal Music 98, 99, 100, 101 Wedgeworth, Larry J. 68 Weems, James C. 68 Wells, M rs. Dorothy 5, 29, 70 Wells, Victor D. 78, 89 Wenk, M r, Bob 25, 86, 88 West, Betty L. 58, 79, 91 West, Wilda Jean 58, 128, 129, 179 Whenry, Deborah S. 58, 108, 109, 179 White, Donna G. 58, 101, 107, 179 White, Johnny 138 Whiteside, Georgia 79, 101, 121, 1 107, 22, 151 Whiteside, Scott 6, 7, 16, 40, 59, 86, 108, 125, 150, 154 Whittington, Janice A. 79 Whitworth, Mrs. Harold 29 Wigington, Larry E. 58, 130, 133, 179 Wildman, Elizabeth A, 79, 101, 117, 120, 159, 161 Wiles, Pamela M. 79 Williams, Charlie R. 58 Williams, Cheslie 68, 179 Williams, Doyle W. 79, 89 Williams, Fredrika 58, 179 Williams, Fran 58, 107, 122, 123, 126, 132, 133, 142, 151, 157, 179 Williams, John 68, 137 Williams, Joseph 68, 97, 116, 161 Williams, Kay 91 Williams, Tania 68, 84, 107, 115, 122, 128 Williams, Melba J. 68 Williams, Michael L. 68, 86, 107, 130 Williams, Mrs. N. H. 24 Williams, Pamela J. 58, 98, 99, 179 Williams, Phillip C. Williams, Mr. Roy 138, 139 Williams, Thomas 98, 99, 107 Williamson, Paula 68, 84, 107, 115, 122, 123 Willis, Willis Donnie 133 Gawain 59, 132, 133, 179 Willis, Janice 59, 127, 139, 179 Willis, Kathy 68, 128 Willis Paul 79 98 99 1.07 Vocal Wade, Wade Queen 148 -W- Brenda 57, 107, 126, 179 Pamela 78 104 Waldrloop, Katy 517, 91, 179 Walker, Debbie 57 Walker, Randall 57, 86 Wallace, Connie A. 78, 101, 121, 122 Wallace, Cary Pat 68, 86, 107, 154 Wallace, Jeanne Marie 67 Wallace, Sharon Lynn 57, 96, 97, 101, , , 179 Ward, Calvin.Earl 78, 90 Ward, Kenneth James 68, 92, 103, 104, 105,'132, 155 Ware, Wiley Neal 68 Walker, Debbie Kay 67, 179 Warren, Roy Stephen 57, 130, 179 Watson, Dale 90 Watts, Sharon 78, 159 Weatherly, Rebecca Sue 68, 107, 108 Weaver, Carol Jane 78, 101, 121, 122, 124 Weber, Marcus Dewayne 53, 58, 83, 107, 179 Wilson, Berry Don 59, 136, 179 Wilson, James Thomas 59, 179 Wilson, Terry LaDale 68, 86 Windham, Julia Garnett 59, 108, 122, 129, 179 Wingfield, Willie 59, 179 Wingo, Robert 114 Winnet, Mr. Larry 137 Wise, Larry Dwayne 59, 136, 137, 179 Wolfe, Mr. Nick 24 Wooldridge, James Alvin 68, 136, 137 Wooldridge, Joe 79, 90 Woolums, Paula 67, 68, 101 Worrell, Carol Beth 79, 101, 121 Wrestling 92, 93 Wright, Christy 11, 62, 68, 98, 99, 107,116,122,123 Wright, Debra E. 68 Wright, Williams Doug 68 -Y- Yates, Clyde 36 Yates, John 68, 104, 107 Yeam, Debbie Ann 68, 104 Yearbook 110, 111 Yocham, Debbie 79, 122, 126 Young, Mr. Arthur 42 Young, Beverly 68, 101, 107, 115, 122 Young, Linda Jo 59, 107, 122, 179 -1- Zinn, Joel W. 74, 98, 99, 107, 110 111, 120 183 Hwgiiix . i V A W xjU,w, VqkDX Iwkpprj ,V LJ. - QQ i M L H iQ M? pyv 3- if X ,fx ,Q-My 44 Ui V A CU ,Ulm A CV? of LQLVUMJU fl M W W Ufljk 6823- ff ,990 f X- ,. 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