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Altus High School
400 North Park Avenue
Altus, Oklahoma 73521
Published By Yearbook Staff
Editor: Teri Crossland
Photographers: Burk Bingham, Brenda Webb
Associate Editors: Nancy Beasley, Phyllis Kincannon,
Diana Propps, LeAnn Richeson, Megan Russell, Saundra
Spruiell, Pam Teigen, Renee Waldrocp. Advisor: SusanPicture yourself
in the 1978
It was the year that smugglers tried to smuggle 8.889
boxes of live worms, 9 tons of iron chains and nearly
40,000 tons of strawberry yogurt into the United
Charlie's angel, Farrah Fawcet-Majors fell from
grace, leaving the show to pretty blond replacement
bearing the name Cheryl Ladd. Farrah's star was still
shining in heaven as she made a deal with Fabregee
for a new line of cosmetics.
Actress Cheryl Ladd earned her wings quickly and
easily when she filled the most sought after vacant
position. While Cheryl was. expected to be the next Far-
rah, on popped Susanne Somers
of "Three's Company” to the TV
tube, proving that anyone who is
pretty enough can do the same as
Another blond that was striving
for and achieving super-stardom
was Dolly Parton ... the queen of
country-western was moving into
the rock-pop charts.
The television tube was flashing
new shows across the air waves.
Comedy situations such as
"Three’s Company", “Barney
Miller”, and Soap were tremen-
dous hits. A female sweathog was
added on "Welcome Back Hot-
“Chico and the Man" lost its
supporting comic, Freddie Prince
Edward Asner starred in a new
role in his own show, "Lou
Grant”, which concerned the in-
ner workings of the Los Angeles
To help her ratings,
the Carol Burnett show
was moved from Satur-
day night to Sunday.
Sweet and innocent
Donny and Marie changed
their TV image to sexy
and sophisticated, which
in turn, made them lose
their All-American boy
and girl image.
Family shows, "Eight is
Enough", "The Fitzpa-
tricks" and "James at
15" gained popularity.
A wider variety of televi-
sion games were made
available to the nation's
TV bugs by the use of
Giant-wide screen TV
was made available to
homes to the tune of
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In the movie theatres, "Star Wars" rocketed its way
toward the biggest gross in movie history (at $3. per
head) transporting millions of people into an interga-
lactic shoot out using a simple "good guy-bad guy”
The most engaging moving star turned out to be a
stubby tin can named R2-D2 from the "Star Wars"
Another movie "Rocky" which won the 1977 Acade-
my Awards, warmed the hearts of every warm blooded
American, while George Burns in the movie "Oh, God!"
was tickling them.
Still adjudged the best feature film ever made was
the classic “Gone With the Wind."
Games, toys and dolls deplicting these TV and movie
characters were at the top of many Christmas lists.
In the pop rock music, the talk of the town was
"Rumors” as the Fleetwood Mac Album swept award
after award at the annual "American...........
... Music Awards" presentations.
Debbie Boone was busy lighting
up lives with her hit single “You
Light Up My Life", which was vot-
ed the most popular rock single of
Although the lives of music
lovers were brightened, the lives
of the futures of the nation's
farmers were far from bright as
the farmers organized a nation-
wide strike for 100% parity.
On the flip side of Jimmy Cart-
er's smile was his brother Billy’s
smile, as Billy introduced a new
line of beer to America. Billy Beer
cans rapidly became collector's
In the city of Altus, fast food
places and convience stores
sprang up throughout the city. Jif-
fy Food Stores boomed along the
8. . . . of Altus and self-service gas stations
became even more widespread. The price
of gasoline stabilized at about .55 for reg-
ular and .57 for unleaded.
Prices for "junk food" continued to
rise. Even the coke machine in the high
school cost 30$ to operate.
Fifteen cent candy bars went to twenty
cents and became smaller.
Blow pops became the lolly pop fad and
Pop Rocks burst on the scene with their
loud and tingling sweetness.
The City of Altus demolished the East
Park swimming pool with plans in the
making to build a new recreation com-
Fire destroyed the Altus Auction and
the cotton gin suffered several damaging
A new medical facility valued at
$6,818,000 was built at Altus Air Force
Base. A new housing area containing 100
family units was opened. For the first ....Administration — 11w
Being superintendent of Altus Schools. (PICTURE 11) Dr Morris Foster has nu-
merous forms to examine daily. (PICTURE 2) Reviewing some important school
issues are LeAnn Richeson and Mr. John Buck, assistant superintendent of Altus
Board approves tennis courts
Jack Coville Hatton McMahan H. Eugene Pickett Dr. Clyde Russell Dr. Bennett C.
Discussing matters dealing with the Altus
School system are the Board of Education
members Bel Bryan. Dr. Bennett C. Wray.
Hatton McMahan. Jack Coville. H. Eugene
Pickett. Dr. Clyde Russell, and Dr. Morris
Foster. All of these men have jobs and fam-
ilies to attend to but yet they volunteer
most of their spare time to help improve
today's schools into stronger and better
ones. This year the members approved new
tennis courts for high school purposes. The
Altus Board of Education has been a great
help m making our school system a big suc-
12 — AdministrationJohn McLeod Lillian Bell Bel Bryan
Curriculum Coordinator Secretary Board of Education Clerk
Ruth Ferris Dorothy Kuykendall
Public Relations Secretary
Rallene May Mary McGrath
Secretary to Mr Buck Audio Visual Coordinator
Theresa Hoehne Pat Jacks
Personnel Clerk Secretary to John
Keeping the minutes and attending all of the board meetings are the
duties of Bel Bryan. Board of Education clerk Mrs. Bryan is also in
charge of keeping the books at the Board of Education for the entire
Altus School system.
SecretaryFirst year proves successful
Being principal is not an easy job and is one that
involves long hours, patience, and requires care-
There has never been a principal so eager and
willing to help each individual as Mr. Howard King
has done. He has put out a tremendous amount
of effort to keep order throughout the school and
to help build pride and Bulldog spirit.
Mr. King was always concerned with everyone’s
academic achievements and future plans. There
was never an announcement made or a speech
given at an assembly that Mr. King didn’t fail to
thank the entire student body for all the time
cooperation, and contributions given to Altut
In reality, we, the student body, should be
thankful to Mr. King for his superior guidance,
which made the scholastic year, 1977-78, a re
warding and enjoyable one for each student.
Taking time out of his busy schedule (PICTURE 1) Mr. Howard King helps
Dale Donnell figure out a tough problem. (PICTURE 2) Showing his concern
for students. Mr. King counsels with Honey Kastner concerning her class
schedule. (PICTURE 3) Conversing by telephone, Mr. King discusses mat-
ters dealing with new students that have transferred to Altus High.
14Wenk, Copeland offer aid
Comparing notes with Mr. Wenk are soph-
omores Tara Moss and David Romines.
Mr. Bob Wenk. assistant principal, stays
busy by supervising the federal program,
giving work permits, counseling with stu-
dents. and just lending a helping hand with
the general overload.
Looking over the day’s work are Tracy
McGrath, sophomore, and Mr. Copeland.
Among the various duties Mr. Mike Cope-
land has as attendance director are being
in charge of issuing tardy and absentee
slips, handling discipline problems con-
cerning attendance, visiting with students
and their parents, and attending school
functions as supervisor for discipline pur-
Administration — 15Teachers get back to
basics of learning
Cooperation, duty, devotion, and dedication, describe the efforts of the
Altus High School faculty as they instruct studies in various specialized
fields. Over 1,200 students are individually instructed in the Arts, History,
Vocational, English, Math, Science, and Athletic classes.
Sixty-three teachers make up the high school faculty.
Many teachers are involved directly with sport activities, and give direc-
tion and guidance to different clubs throughout the school.
During the school day, teachers not only taught students during class
hours, but also taught students individually during their own time.
Retiring after 29 years of service was Mrs. Virgie Rooker, Spanish teach-
er. Altus High School gained much, academically and personally from her
services at the high school.
Without the instruction and guidance of the faculty, Altus High School
would not continually turn out such highly academic and fine caliber
Herman Babb-Physics. Mathematics
Ben Baucum-Algebra. Senior Math
Robert Bostic-Social Studies
David Brown-Health and Safety. Athletics
Petra Chavarria Spanish
Joyce Chisum-Business Education
Richard Coates-Business, Athletics
16 — FacultySelecting pictures for the yearbook are
LeAnn Richeson and Renee Waldroop.
This is just one of the tasks of meeting
a deadline and a big portion of the jour-
nalism department which is headed by
Participating in the Foreign Language
Laboratory is one way Jessie Tipton
learns his Spanish. This department is
headed by Theresa Campbell. Petra
Chavarria, and Virgie Rooker.
Patricia Coffey-Home Economics
Kenneth Cox-Vocal Music
Jack Diltz-Business, Athletics
Eula Drury-Home Economics. English
Dale Edwards-History. English
Edith Elliot-Physical Education
Dorothy Garvin-Short Stories. American
Howard Hall-Social Studies. Athletics
Clester Harrington-Driver Education.
Faculty — 17Larry Harris-Music Theory, Band
Bob Hart-Driver Education, Athletics
Bill Hoyt-Driver Education
Anna Jackson-Vocational Child Care
Irene Jones-English Literature. Science Fiction
Robert Killebrew-Vocational Carpentry
Combining their efforts in a Chemistry Lab.
Mitch Worrel. junior, and Eric Ivester, senior,
run tests to find unknown chemicals in a solu-
tion. First year chemistry students spend a
large part of class time working in labs, under
the supervision of Mr. Rex Ackerson. head of
the Chemistry Department.
18 — AdministrationMaurice King-Speech. Debate
lietta Lett-Accounting. Business Machines
Kent Metcalf-Vocational Agriculture
Joe Muller-Agriculture Mechanics
Charting world events, past and present,
is world history teacher Debbie Stevens.
Ancient Rome and other geographical so-
cieties were brought to the attention of
her history classes
Recording daily grades for his Health and Safety classes is David Brown. Other
instructors in this department are Randy Sullivan and Edith Elliot. This is a one
semster course in which students receive a half solid credit.Ruth Ann Omohundro-Special Education
Glenda O’Rear-Satire, Composition
Susan Pettit-Composition, Journalism. Yearbook
Christine Provence-Business Education
Tomme Richardson-Office Assistants
Linda Royal-Creative Writing. English
Randy Sullivan-Health and Safety. Government,
Displaying a thatch of cloth. Eula
Drury. Home Economics teacher,
proceeds to explain the color, tex-
ture, weave of the cloth, and what
type of garment can be manufac-
tured from it. Mrs. Drury also teach-
es English classes.
Pointing out specific geographical
landmarks is Howard Hall. Aside
from teaching Geography and
coaching an excellent wrestling
team, he also finds time to land his
eagle eye to the scanning of the
cafeteria lunch line.Debbie Thomas-Fashion Design
Jeff Trout-Science, Athletics
Ray Vinyard-Auto Mechanics
Donna Walker-English, Composition. Dramatic
Mark Weber-History. Democracy. Athletics
Lindy Welborn-Sociology. Physical Education,
Iva Whitworth-American Literature. Novels, Western
Lucie Williams-Business Education
small after a
Performing the much needed role of school
counselor is Mrs. Linda Marler. Mrs. Marler is
shown juggling and changing class schedules for
disillusioned students, such as Jeff Davidson.
Administration — 21Discussing possible financial aid from scholarships were Mrs. Linda
Marler and senior Michelle Wallace Many scholarships, based on both
ability and need, were made available to seniors.
Totaling the credit hours accumulated by seniors during the
past 4 years of high school. Mr. Roy Lamar checked students'
total credits. To graduate a student must have completed 20
credit hours, four of which could be activities.
One-to-one counseling given
Devoting time and effort to students
in need of assistance are the three
Altus High School counselors. All were
busy throughout the school year
counseling students, changing class
schedules and administering ACT,
PSAT, and SAT forms to students.
Many off duty hours were spent by
the AHS counselors concerning the
organizing of tests and grade tran-
scripts. Without the personal touch of
these three people, the high school
would definitely be missing the
warmth, concern and one-to-one
counseling which the counselors pro-
Changing a schedule to fit the needs and interests of senior Julie Whiting. Mr. J.D.
Johnson took a personal interest in each student he counseled. Objective advice and
careful consideration must be given in making such a change.
22 — CounselorsOffice kept in
tip top shape
An excellent example of hard-working secretaries
are the three Altus High School secretaries who
organized paperwork, transcripts and bills during
the school year. Correspondence typing and filing
were some of their well-accomplished jobs.
Besides providing a friendly smile to those passing
by their desks, the school secretaries kept the main
office in tip top running order, making the jobs and
work loads easier for everyone around them.
Assisting teachers by typing and memographing test was Mrs.
Karen Bryce. She was also responsible for collecting lunch, mon-
ey in the cafeteria.
Office — 23Office Aides and Teacher Aides were as fol-
lows: (Front row) Paige Browne. Paula Pey-
ton. Michelle Connell, Tara Moss. Tammy
Baldwin (Row 2) Kathy Huddleston. Shawn
Severa. DeeAnn Scoggin, Honey Kastner
(Row 3) LeeAnn Richeson, Terri Leflett,
Maryse Morton. Carol Linden. Terri Pogue.
Tracy Boles. Claire Peard
Students lend a helping hand
Continually on the move by running
errands and carrying messages to
classrooms are just a couple of the
miscellaneous jobs of the diligent
office aides. Office aides help to
keep the office running smoothly
each hour by answering the phone,
picking up the tardy and absentee
slips, sorting the mail, counting the
money, and contributing to various
Teacher aides also come in quite
handy to rid the teachers of some
of their minor chores. They do
such things as check roll, type, run
off and grade tests, along with be-
ing a good inspiration to the class.
These students earn a full credit
for their outstanding effort
throughout the school year.
Other Office and Teacher Aides were: (Front
row) Gayle Braddock, Lucy Drury. Jill Kin-
ney. Rhoda Jones (Row 2) Tracy Fancher.
Donna Chivers, Debbie Miller. Rhonda Mil-
ton. Sophia Alvarez (Row 3) Lorrainne Del-
gado. Michelle Hastings. Mike Scalf, Becky
Evans. Beverly Chambliss. Pam Davis. Kevin
24 — AidesOther Office and Teacher Aides were: (Front
row) Tammy Collier. Jeannette Rodriguez.
Janet Phelps. Shelly Overcast. Vonda
Mowdy. Diana Propps. Janet Linden. Carol
Walker (Row 2) Dana Wiginton. Jamie Gray.
Liz Parker. April Duval. Teri Crossland. Lori
Sides. Judy Brown (Row 3) Kim Row. Bren-
da Hicks. Donna Martin. Brenda Ellingwood.
Lynette Hill. Scott Morozoff
Completing a day’s work for teachers and secretaries, aides
Brenda Webb. Megan Russell. Phyllis Kincannon and Toye
Crossland take a rest after a hectic day of running errands.
Working as aides are Kyle Kirby and Walt Hagerty. The main thing they
learned this year was to fill the bottle for the ditto machine without
spilling on the floor.
Aides — 25Building custodians and main-
tenance men helped provide
the basic neatness which Al-
tus High School stands for.
They helped organize tables,
kept hallways and classrooms
in order and maintained build-
ings. Without their high stan-
dard of organization, the high
school would have no neat fa-
cilities on which to build a
high standard of education.
Cleaning the high school were the custodians. They were (Front Row) E.G. Truitt, Oscar Jones.
D.C. Hill (Back Row) Bobby Talley, Joe Black. Lynn Breur, Monceis Vara'
Service personnel care about us
Serving and preparing tasty,
grade A lunches to faculty and
students are the Altus High
School cooks. Hungry lines
formed outside the cooks
headquarters, five times a
week, while the five cooks
made and planned a variety of
meals for the school. The
cooks made true the saying
"An army travels on its stom-
ach" Like wise. Altus High
School proved that a school's
attitude can be high after con-
suming tasty and satisfying
The AHS cooks became
famous throughout the halls
of the high school for their
pizzas and french fries.
Preparing meals for Altus High School were the cooks: Goldie Harper. Millie Yates. Ruby Smith.
Hazel Oakley, and Ida Mae Carter.
26 — ServicesMrs. Kathryn Jordan, librarian, checks for Isabelle Jimenez and Lea Lynch get some help from Mrs. Anna Nucci. librarian, on using
overdue books. Mrs. Jordan is one of the the “card catalog". Each book in the library is filed under author, title and subject
most progressive high school librarians in matter.
Library keeps up-to-date
Enjoying reading the requirement of being a library assistant. These assistants Kim McConnell.
July Whiting. Jeri Howland. Teri Watson, Fred Gomeringer and Gayle Harris who work in the
library, checking books in and out. do their reading while not working.
Offering to students of Altus High
many classic books along with
modern day volumes, encyclope-
dias, play-writes and magazines is
the Altus High School Library. Lo-
cated in a separate building the
library provided a quiet atmo-
sphere for students wishing to
complete research papers and
homework, while having ample
research material close at hand
to inform the students more on
Large tables and work desks
provided fine space for laying out
books and papers, making an ex-
cellent atmosphere for learning.
Many students turned into
"book worms" during their time
spent at the library. The library
was well-organized and helped
students and faculty tremendous-
ly with their studies.
The Altus High School library
offered the solitude and sources
necessary to reach a level of high-
Library — 2700
iStudent Life — 29
litiBecause so many students of Altus High
School contribute beyond the academic and
social requirements, the staff of the 1978
Bulldog yearbook is pleased to recognize
these six people for their contributions in
vocations. Spanish, government, mass media,
agriculture and music It is for these
We salute . ..
Mark Cain Lisa Cossey
Music Distributive Education
fO MoiiuisCarolyn Csorosz
Renee Phillips Mark Sharpe
Honors — 31Assemblies boost
Picture 1. Ann Honeycutt, Ann Blonien. Robert McKin-
ley. (standing) Danny Blonien. Jeff Davidson. Jim Work-
man. Skip Brown. Dana Wiginton. Flint Corey. Mark
Sharpe. Lisa Gomeringer. Bryan Wilson. Cherrie Mason.
Connie Smith. Debbie Teetsel. Picture 2, Jimmy Sum-
mitt. Joe Lauderdale. David Romines. Allen McGregor.
Picture 3. Ann Blonien. Danny Blonien. Mark Sharpe,
Dana Wiginton. Flint Corey, Skip Brown. Jeff Davidson.
32Altus Highs’ skits filled with
excitement, pathos, and laughter
Having a talent packed year
of assemblies, the Drama
and Speech classes present-
ed varied types of skits.
Through tradition, the skits
are put together for game
days to boost school spirit.
From the first day of school
to the last, the students look
forward to the assemblies
Picture 1 (front row) Ann Ho-
neycutt. Becky truex. Mar-
tha Pettit. Tracy Harrington.
Andrea Parrish. Kate Cris-
mon, (row 2) Chet Worthern.
Kris Marien, Franie Price.
Cherrie Mason, (row 3) Skip
Brown. Phil Marche. Dino
Vassella. Jim Puckett. Jon
Mcllnoy (back row) Mark
Sharpe. Janet Privett, Bobby
Picture 2, Mark Sharpe, plays Dudley-do-nothing
while he threats Rotten Roy Ranger, protrayed by
Jeff Davidson, (picture 3) Not only do the Bulldogs
have indoor assemblies, they also have them out-
doors. This was a "send-off” to Moore for the foot-
ball team.Ann Blomen was a member of the ACTV staff. Varsity Choir
Queen. Spirit Stepper. Pep Club member, and had the lead in
'Arsenic and Old lace " She also had a lead in the production
"Carousel " She was a Junior class captain. French Club atten-
dant. and in French Club. JETS. Future Journalists of America,
and in dramatics
Ten Bibb was a three year band member, a two year twiner, a
nominee to the MacDonald's All American Band. All Region and All
State Band. She was in Varsity Choir for two years while going to
All State Choir. She was on the ACTV staff. FJ.A . JETS, and the
French Club. The most important was that she held a lead role in
the production Carouse! " Teh was consistently listed on the
honor roll She enjoys music and bike riding
Skip Brown was Varsity Choir King, having been in Varsity Choir
lor three years He had a lead in the production Carousel.'', and
has participated in the Dinner Theater for three years He has
been in Biology Club Spanish Club. band. Psychology Club, de-
bate team. JETS, and was a Junior class captain. Skip loves to
listen to music He also enjoys camping, water skiing, snow skiing,
and watching people
aPerry Cooper was a three year member of the wrestling team,
and was in Biology Club. He held an office in the Blue Crew, the
president of JETS, and a member of the Psychology Club He was
the vice-president of the wrestling team and won many titles
including placing in State Weightlifting Perry was listed on the
Honor Roll and the Superintendent s Honor Roll
Dave Carraway served as Senior Class vice-president 3nd Stu
dent Council treasurer his senior year He was the Junior class
president, and a Junior class captain. He was a first alternate to
Boy’s State and was listed on Who's Who Among American High
School Students Dave was very active in JETS, football, and
basketball throughout his high school years
Boone Copeland as active in football, and basketball. He was the
Biology Club secretary and served in the Junior-Senior Banquet
As a senior he was offensive captain, quarterback, and vice-
president of Lettermens Club Boone enjoys hunting, fishing, wa-
ter skiing, going to Fellowship of Christian Athletes and attending
the FCA national conference during the summer
Who’s Who — 35■
Susan Dixon was a three year letterman on the tennis team
tent member of the Honor Roll and the Oklahoma Honor Society.
Shannon Featherston was involved In band her sophomore year
and was band council representative She also was awarded All
Region Band and was a member of the tennis team She was
drum major her junior and senior year and again was in All Region
Band- She was involved in JETS. All School production and was
Ten Crossland was the 1978 yearbook editor She was a cheer-
leader and the president of Press Club. She has been involved in
Pep Club. Biology Club. Spanish Club, FBLA, Spirit Steppers.
JETS. FJA. was a junior class captain, and was in the dinner
theatre She has been a consistent member of the Honor Roll,
and was in the top 20 percent of her class She enjoys outdoor
activities such as snow and water skiing, swimming, and jogging
36 — Who's WhoBill Hartseil was the captain of the winning Qui Bowl team this
year A National Merit Finalist, a member of JETS. Psychology
Club. Outdoor Club, debate team. Spanish Club. Biology Club,
cast member for “Our Town ". Superintendent's Honor Roll. Okla-
homa Honor Society. Top Ten Percent, and Who's Who Among
American High School Students He was first alternate for the
Alexander Fleming Medical Research Scholarship
Rhonda Milton was a member of Varsity Choir and was a queen
attendent for the choir She was the song leader tor FCA and a
member of the FCA trio She was a member of Pep Club Spirit
Steppers. Salt and Pepper Shakers, and participated in the All
School Productions She was chosen for the Daughters of the
American Revolution Citizenship Award this year and was a staff
member tor " Our Town"
Who's Who — 37
Brad Leverett was a football team member for three years, and a
Varsity Choir member for two years He was consistently on the
Honor Roll. Oklahoma Honor Society, and Superintendent s Hon
or Roll He was a delegate to Boy s State, member of JETS,
dinner theatre, and junior varsity basketball. He was a junior
Rotanan of the month and was the president of the Methodist
Youth Fellowship He enjoys hunting and playing sports
Andy Oden was the president of Student Council and Psycholog
Club In his junior year. Andy served as Junior class representa-
tive on the Student Council During his sophomore year, he was a
member of ACTV. Sophomore class president, and had a part in
the All-School production “South Pacific.”
Mark Sharpe was active in Biology Club and was a football man-
ager his sophomore year His junior year included Biology II club,
tennis. Junior class representative on Student Council Blue
Crew, debate team and Jr Sr banquet His senior year, he was a
member of Student Council. JETS, escort for Homecoming
Queen, and cast member for Arsenic and Old Lace."
38 — Who‘s Who
Steve Powell was involved in Varsity Choir. JETS, lettermen’s
Club, and the All-School production He was the French Club vice-
president and the queen's escort He was also a member of the
Biology Club. Steve W3s very 3chve in football and FCA for three
years He enjoys sports of all kinds and loves musicClark Huey was a talented young man Being in Varsity Choir lor
three years he served as junior representative, accompanist,
royal escort and served as president He also participated in two
dinner theatres He was selected vice-president of his senior
class He was on the Superintendents honor roll and Oklahoma
Honor Society consistently He was also a member of basketball
and Blue Crew and was a homecoming attendant escort He
enjoys the piano tennis, basketball, and friends.
Who’s Who - 39
Saundra Spruiell was chosen this year as a Homecoming Queen
Attendant and Future Farmers of America Sweetheart. She was a
member of ACTV. Yearbook. Varsity Choir. Spirit Steppers. Out
door Club. Pep club, JETS, and held a lead role in the All-School
Production her junior year She was also in the Dinner Theatre,
and was an honor student. She enjoys singing and playing her
guitar, horse back riding, snow skiing, and reading
Jill Thacker was this year's Homecoming Queen and was French
Queen attendant her sophomore year She was sophomore class
secretary and a delegate to SWIM and a member of the Oklaho-
ma Honor Society her sophomore year Her junior year, she was
on the yearbook staff, in flag corps, and held a lead in Our
Town " Her senior year, she was involved m Outdoor Club. Psy
chotogy club, and again a member of the Oklahoma Honor Soci-
I“Hello, Dolly! was super show
Cast and crew members of Hello. Dolly!
were (Row 1) Kevin Prock. Lisa Woolsey.
Jamie Sears. Jackie Watson. Mr. Sam
Craig. Sheryl Lawrence. Orlando Otis. Kim
Clements. Jeff Engler. Shannon Feather-
ston, Ed Santiage. Kathy Drake. Jim Met-
claf. Laurie Owens. Colleen Sager. Lori
Brown. Brenda Webb. Joey Deal. Sharan
Mitchell. Tom Wilkes. Rhonda Sasse. Nan-
cy Chapman. DeAnne Tuttle. Tori Sharp
(Row 2) Eric Ivester, Eric Graham. Ken-
neth Brown. Kevin Woolsey. Janet Privett.
Clark Huey. Rhonda Milton. Craig Stobbe.
Teri Bibb. Steve Powell. Dana Wiginton.
Skip Brown. Saundra Spruiell. Andy Oden.
Jeff Graham. Kevin Tuttle. Mark Cain.
Ronnie McGrath. Karen Walston. (Row 3)
Karen Bratcher. Kathy Hunter. Tracy
Kastner. Beverly Capps. Kathy Hamilton.
Renee DeFord. Nancy Dantzler. Jan Sears.
Vanessa Wall. Laura Bayless. Carolyn
40 — Hello, Dolly!Csorosz. Angela Troester. Lisa Cossey.
Laurie Scott. Lynna Morris. Lisa Villarelli.
Angela Aides. LeAnn Kuykendall. Janet
Phelps. Rebecca Ray. Debra Speers. Dave
Davenport. (Row 4) GayleLynn Garrett.
Charla Richeson. Bobby Reynolds. Debbie
Baily. Tracy Davis. Ken Marlin. Al Kilgore.
Nicky Gregg. Phyllis Kmcannon. Mike
Saker. Mr Ken Cox. Mindy Miller. Mr
Larry Harris. Eddie Batchler. Mrs. Debbie
Thomas. Mrs Anna Jackson Mrs. Geor-
gina Rainwater. (Row 5) Lyn Vassella.
Charlie Tucker. Charlotte Madison. Jody
Lauderdale. Brad Leverett. Jon Mcllnay.
Mr Gerald Ford. Tracy McGrath. Susan
Scott. Bruce Bufkin. Honey Kastner. Bar-
bara Kizzia. Mr Maurice King. Bill Harding.
Donna Nordman. Susan Dixon. Tracy
Boles. Becky Truax. Sandra Gaines.
Hello, Dolly!“Dolly!” stars Teri, Craig
"Hello. Dolly!" a musical comedy, was
brought to life by Altus High School cast
members as the 1978 All-School Produc-
tion One of the funniest and most enter-
taining shows on boadway. the musical
"Hello. Dolly!" came over equally well to the
Altus audiences attending performances at
the Eula B Peterson Auditorium The All-
School Production brightened the stage
with costumes and sets of Turn-of-the Cen-
tury New York. "Hello. Dolly!" involved
many nightly rehersals of both orchestra
and cast members General directer was
Mr. Kenneth Cox; drama director, was Mr
Maurice King; orchestration, was Mr Larry
Harris. Successfully diverting Mr Vander-
gelder's (Craig Stobbe) suspicious (pic 3).
while hiding two men in a ladies hat shop are
Dolly Levi, played by Teri Bibb and Mrs Mo
loy. played by Saundra Spruiell.
Teri Bibb played the title role of Dolly Levi,
the sought-after New York matchmaker
Pledmg the cases of her clients to the judge.
John Mclllnay (pic 1) is Dolly Levi. (Teri
Bibb), while the court policeman (Kenneth
Brown) listens intentivelyHello. Dolly! orchestra members were
(front row) Shannon Featherston. Brenda
Webb. Sharan Mitchell. Karen Bratcher.
Lisa Woolsey. Tom Sharpe, (row 2) Mr
Gary Ford. Lome Owens. Nancy Chap-
man. Kathi Drake. Karen Walston. Lome
Turner. Coleen Sayer. Rhonda Sassie. Kim
Clemmons. Jamie Sears, (row 3) Mr Larry
Harris. Jim Metcalf. Kevin Prock. Ed San
tiago. Jeff Englar. Orlando Otis. Joey Deal.
Sheryl Lawrence. Jackie Watson. David
Davenport. De Ann Tuttle. Tom Wilkes
Gliding across the stage in the dance num-
ber ■'Dancing'' was Am brose played by
Clark Huey with his sweetheart. Ermen-
garde. played by Rhonda Milton Dancing
next to them were Lynn Vassella and Ken-
Ordering extravagent meals at the Har-
monia Gardens Resturaunt is store clerk.
Cornelius Hackle alias Skip Brown, while
head-waiter Rudolph, played by Andy
Oden. Cordially agrees with the clerk s
taste of cuisine. Barnaby Tucker. Steve
Powell; Minnie Fay. Dana Wigmton. and
Mrs Molloy. Saundra Spruiell anxiously
await their expensive dinner orders
43(Picture 1) Arranges the date of Horace
Vandergelder and Ernastina Money on a
Down Town street in the 14th Street Pa-
(Picture 2) On their way to New York City
were Mindy Miller. Bill Harding. Charles
Tucker. Lisa Cossey. Tammy Jones. Bob-
by Reynolds. Angela Ailles. Mark Cain. Bar-
bara Kizziar. Becky Truax and Kevin Tut-
(Picture 3) Was the song that the crowd of
men sang in Horace Vandergelder feed
store to express the needs on the up com-
ing wife of Horace Vandergelder.Students star in 3 act comedy
Arsenic and Old Lace was the three
act comedy fall production pre-
sented by the speech department.
Mr. Maurice King directed.
The production was presented in
the Gallery Theatre in the Lan-
guage Arts Building.
Both nights played to standing-
room-only audiences. Helping to
make the play a success in behind-
the-scene jobs were Janet Privett,
Andriea Parrish, Donna Hill, Martha
Pettit, Tracy Harrington, Kay Cris-
mon, Becky Truax, Karen Walston,
Bobby Reynolds, Kelly Litsch, De-
bra Speer, Chris Marion and Jim
Abby Brewster (Ann Blonien), Martha Brewester (Lidia Garrison), and Teddy Brewester (Jon
Mcllnay), discuss the situation with the Panama canal.
Dr. Einstein (Joe Lauderdale) prepares him-
self for the bad news that Jonathan Brewes-
ter (Andy Oden), is about to break.Catching Officer O'Hara (Skip Brown) sleeping on the job is Mr. Gibbs (Danny Blonien). Officer
Klien (Dino Vassella) and Officer Brophy (Phil Marcha) just watch.
Making the play possible are Cherrie Ma-
son. set construction and design: Mrs.
Debbie Thomas, costumes and properties;
Mr. Maurice King, Director; Mrs. Anna
Jackson, make-up; and Anne Honeycutt.
Preaching a sermon is the Rev. Dr. Harper
(Don Lane) to Mr. Witherspoon (Ken Mar-
lin), the head of the Happy Dell Farm.
Drama — 47Dinner show opens yule season
Clark Huey, senior, accompanied Varsity
Choir members in their annual yule Dinner
Theatre. “April Showers" came in December
(picture top right) when Steve Powell.
Rhonda Milton. Randy Smith and Kim Byers
Starring as the baby Jesus was Courtney Ma-
han daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Ma-
han. Jan Sears and Jeff Davidson portrayed
Mary and Joseph.
48 — Dinner TheatreSkip Brown, Mark Cain and Andy Oden
step it up in "Fugue for Tinhorn", from
Guys and Dolls.
Andy Oden and Ann Blonien. seniors, sang and danced the novelty number "No Time at All
Craig Stobbe emceed and kept the show
Dinner Theatre — 49Winter sports activities got off to a good
start November 29 with several spirit
boosting activities planned for the Winter
Sports Spirit Week. The spirit activities
were in honor of both girl’s and boy’s bas-
ketball teams and the wrestlers and
served the purpose of arousing interest of
the student body in winter sports.
Monday morning That Altus Band pa-
raded through the halls of the highschool
playing loudly and sending students run-
ning to see if a hurricane had hit. Many
sported students participated in a "hat
day" Tuesday and a very lively pep assem-
bly in which the members of the basket-
ball and wrestling teams were introduced.
That night a boys basketball game against
Hirschi drew a large crowd.
In the picture below on the right. Scott
Six accepts the Spirit Banner for the Soph-
omore class from Andy Oden. Pictured be-
low on the left. Pam Teigen cheers the
Juniors on while participating in the activi-
Sophomores swept first place in the Winter Spirit Week activities. Front row is Greg
Gipson. Diane Johnson. Robert Fuller. Sherri Hart. Kelly Risinger. Dona Wooten. Susan
Bailey. Tara Moss. Kevin McGee, (row two) Phil Allison. Ken Jefferson. Pat Robinson.
Willie Jackson. Russell Jones. Dane Neilson, Allen Aides. Cody LeMaster. Debbie Jewett.
Robert McKinley. Kenny Williams, (row three) James West. Donnie Holman. Tammy
Jones. Cathy Geirhart. Robert Cox. Dennis Bennett and Lori Garrison.
first, sophomores take
over winter spirit weekWednesday began a baby picture contest with
pictures of athletes displayed in the careteria
and students guessing which baby was which
basketball player or wrestler. The sophomore
class made themselves known by winning the
Spirit Banner in assembly Thursday. Three
events took place at the assembly: a timed lay-
up competition, dribbling relay and a wheelbar-
row race. Placing second in assembly was the
junior class which are pictured top right. They
are (front row) Janet Privett. Tracy Harrington.
Pam Teigen. Debbie English. Gaye Lynn Garrett.
Karen Seeberger. (row two) Steve McKeaver.
David Walker. Beverly Dorman. Ray Conway.
Dale Donnell. Tommy Phillips. Claire Newton.
Greg Graves. Becky Truax. (row four) Pam Wat-
son. Mike Salone (row five) Noel Crowley. Mitch
Worrell. Randy Reber. Charles Tucker. Jeff Gra-
ham. Craig Hunter. Jay Durrough. Tim Jones.
The seniors which won third place are Saundra
Spruiell. Gayle Braddock. Cindy Nichols. Diana
Propps. Susan Dixon. Phyllis Kincannon. Tamara
Jenkins, (row two) Alfred Fleming. Tony Brown.
Kevin Harrington, (row three) Rob Alexander.
Sidney Holman. Terri Pouge. Scott Henderson.
Stuart Simco. Junior Flores. Liz Dougherty, (row
four) Everett Bush. Shelly Overcast. Terri Bibb.
Mindy Miller. Erin Doran, (row five) Dean Col-
ston. Vanesa Martin. Phil Marcha. Ricky Flores.
Ann Blonien. and Andy Oden.
Friday was "blue and white day" and many
students participated in that to show their enthu-
It was a very exhilerating week and left behind
many memories worth remembering.
Preparing for the wheelbarrow race. Liz
Dougherty can’t seem to figure out why
Phil Marcha told her he's getting ready to
go head over heels for her.
51Crowning highlights homecoming
Tuesday was Clash Day and Skip Brown
(middle) was elected as the best dasher
at Altus High School. Coming in second
was Rhonda Milton (to the right) and third
place was given to Donna Chivers (to the
Friday night was the night that Jill Thacker
was crowned as Altus High School Home-
coming Queen for the year of 1977-78. Jill
was crowned by Student Council president
Wednesday was Mask Day. This was the first year for the high school to have Mask Day and a
lot of people participated in this day. The winner of Mask Day was Tara Moss (to the left),
Mike Bush (middle) took second place and Nancy Beasley (to the right) won third place.
Miss Varsity ChoirSkip Brown
Mr. Varsity ChoirRenee Waldroop
Miss French Club60
Miss Vocational Industrial Clubs Of AmericaBrenda Donnell
Miss Black History ClubLaura Bayless
Miss Altus BandMr. And Miss Future Business Leaders Of America
Scott Hofmann And LeAnn Kuykeneall
64 — Attendents
Attendants — 65Bob Smith is JETS president
Weighing liquids for a chemistry lab are chemistry I students. Mark Sharpe. Teri Crossland. Charles Tucker and Andy Oden.
Members of the Junior Engineering
Technological Society are (front
row) Carolyn Csorosz. Megan Rus-
sell. Kim Byers. Susan Dixon. Renee
Phillips, Jana Felty, Carol Walker.
Barbara Walstead (row 2) Teri Bibb.
Paula Nathe, Tamara Jenkins, Judy
Brown, Debbie Bohannon, Sandra
Gaines (row 3) Kimothy Smith. Pat
Saindon, Kevin Prock, Jeff David-
son. Kevin Bloomer. Kelly Litsch.
Jerry Perkey. Dean Colston and
Junior Engineering Technological SocietyOther members of Junior Engineer-
ing Technological Society are (front
row) Debbie Hoffmeier, Everett
Bush, Sharon Mitchell. Rhonda Mil-
ton, Jeanette Rodriquez, Saundra
Spruiell, Lori Sides (top row) Eric
Ivester, Randy Reber, Tammy Kim-
brell, Jill Kinney, secretary; Eddie
Snow, Brian Wolfe, Bob Smith,
president; Kathy Flood and Rob
More members of JETS are (front
row) Zachary Stillwell. Michelle Has-
tings, Debbie Motherall, Nancy
Dantzler. Scott Morozoff (row 2)
Shannon Featherston, Brenda
Webb. Mr. Herman Babb, Mr. Ben-
ton Bacum, Mr. Rex Ackerson, April
Duval, (row 3) Glenn King, Jimmy
Jones, Scott Henderson, John Ri-
tenour. Craig Cumbus, Craig Walk-
er, Perry Cooper, vice-president,
and Steve Sutton.
(Front row) Mindy Miller. Jerri Ste-
phens. Laura Bayless, Karen See-
burger. Tina Acevedo. Beth Vaillan-
court. (row 2) Mike Jones, treasur-
er; Clark Huey. Ronnie McGrath. Bill
Harding. Flint Corey. Dave Daven-
port (row 3) Kathy Reinschmiedt.
Karen Bratcher, Paul Abernathy.
Jeff Graham, Tim Mahan. Julie
Gregg and Ann Baden.
Junior Engineering Technological Society — 69Andy Oden heads Psychology Club
Psychology officers for the 1977-78 year are (bottom row) Laura (top row) Bill Harding, vice-president; Andy Oden, president; Rob
Bayless, treasurer; Mr. Jim Litsch. advisor; Liz Parker, secretary: Chronister. reporter.
70is Ben Kraljev.
Looking over next month's psychology
activities with Mr. Jim Litsch are Psy-
chology II students Leland Mayberry,
Andy Oden, Angela Ailles and Laura
One of the largest clubs in Altus
High School is the Psychology
Club, under the direction of Mr.
Jim Litsch. The members may
be easily identified by their
All first year members were
initiated in the “Auschiveta
Prison Camp". The lucky survi-
vors of the gas chambers and
firing squad were then put
through a survival test. Most
students were then heard
screaming for help as they
were scorched in the lava pit.
This is a simulated initiation
that is held every year for the
first year Psychology Club
Taking time out to enjoy the company of their psychology experiments were Kathy Karr and
Psychology Club — 71Psychology students survive under
Psychology I Club members for 1977-78 are
as follows, (row 1) Donna Locke. Debbie
Motherall. Kelly Reimer, Robie Boaldin,
Beth McGraw, Erin Doran. Margaret Parker,
Linda Garrison. Teri Bibb. Robin Causey,
Sara Sadler. Kelly Dixon. JoAnn Huff, Patty
Rathke. Connie Estes. Michelle McGuire.
Kate Ritenour(row 2) Brenda Meeler. Toni
Funk, Janet Phelps. Shawn Savera. Lisa
Worthen. Julie Laskowski. Martha Pettit,
Paige Browne, Pam Teigen. Debbie English,
Melody Tafoya. Jana Felty. Robin Allen. Kim
McNeil, Kenny Marlen. (row 3) Donna Hill.
Scott Morozoff. Cathie Oberprillar. Karen
Gray. Brian Dedmon. Tony Kowalwski. Tony
Psychology Clubadverse conditions
Castillo. Darrell Nash. UVonna Dedmon.
Tommy Phillips. Bill Harding. Eddie Aber-
nathy. Perry Cooper. James Signoreilli. Me-
gan Russell, Susan Scott. Bill Hartsell, John
Ritenour, (row 4) Jett Davidson, Jim
McCarver. Terri Bond. Keith Marple. Kenny
Fancher. Dan Covich. Harlan Rodgers. Clay
Lewis. Phil Tutor. Steve Sutton, Paul Ever-
ett. Susan Talley. Jeri Stephens. Jan Sears.
Donita Spear. Karen Bratcher. Ronald High
and Kenny Pixley.
Psychology Club — 73VJ
PiSycho'ogy 11 s dcnts for 1977-78 are (front row) Sheila Hunter. Jill Thacker. Kathy john, Lucille Drury, Cindy Nichols. Laura Bayless. Sidney Holman. Kathy Karr. Rob Chron-
Nood. Angela Allies. Mindy Miller. Liz Parker. Jamie Gray, (row 2) Lori Sides. Rita Little- ister. Darla Harris, (row 3) Ben Kraljev and Andy Oden.Psych students use heart monitor
Examining the heart monitor along
with Mr. Jim Litsch are Tommy Har-
ris. Sheila Hunter and Kathy Flood.
The heart monitor is used to mea-
Just relaxing and taking it easy are
Rita Littlejohn. Liz Parker. Jamie
Gray. Ben Kraljev. Jill Thacker. An-
gela Ailles. Mindy Miller. Rob Chron-
ister, Sidney Holman and Laure
Psychology Club — 75Needy families benefit
from Art Club activities
Helping the Salvation Army to
raise money at Christmas time,
the Altus High School Art Club
rang bells in order to help needy
To show their artistic ability in-
stead of having a regular Art Club
annual, the members drew caric-
tures of themselves. Another ex-
hibit of their talent was the “Artist
of the Week". This was done each
week and every week there was a
different artist chosen and this
artist had a display of his art work
put in the show case in the main
During the last part of the year
the Art Club helped in the All-
School Production “Hello Dolly”.
The Art Club helps every year in
the All-School Production in get-
ting the back drops and the sce-
nery ready for the production.
Officers for the Art Club were
(to the right) Lynette Hill, presi-
dent; Kim Maxwell, assistant vice
president; and Sherry Vaughn,
The members of the 1977 78 Art Club .ire
(front row) Cheryl Roesch. Janet
Dreshler. Carolyn Dillon. Jim Diet , (row ?)
Sylvia Sydlo. Flla Bant . Lara Rushing. Tina
Lawson. Beverly Roberts. Iwila Ragar.
Jerri Spelde. Shannon Fisher Mr Doug
Dalton, (row 3) Gary Brotherton. Jamie
Rodgers. Sheila Caldwell. Donna Chivers
and Cheyenne Veach
76 — Art Clubo
Looking over some information on insects
is Dr. Jerry Coakley with Biology Club stu-
dents Kevin Prock. Debbie Westlake. Re-
nee Musgrave and Laurie Scott.
Biologists study nature first hand
People getting involved is what Bi-
ology Club is all about. Everyone
taking time to stop and look at life
This year the club members
started their first meeting off with
electing officers. The members
put their heads together and
made an excellent choice of offi-
cers. Kevin Prock was honored
with president. Paula Nathe, vice
president; Kelly Dixon, secretary;
Jamie Hill and Diane Johnson,
Programs for the Biology Club
were carefully selected. Dr. Jerry
Coakley, area intomologist who
presented a program on insects.
Dr. James Lovell, head of Biol-
ogy department at Southwestern
Oklahoma State University. Tours
were taken to Jackson County
Memorial Hospital, City of Altus
Water Treatment Plant, the Wich-
ita Mountains Wildlife Refuge and
Altus Air Force Base Weather Sta-
The Biology Club is composed
of fifty members and overall the
club programs were a worthwhile
This years Biology Club officers were Ja-
nice Hill, sophomore representative.
Diane Johnson, sophomore representa-
tive; (back row) Kevin Prock. president.
Mr Don Campbell, advisor; and Paula
Nathe. vice president
Biology Club — 77Bio Club memb
Biology Club members (picture 1) Cathy
Hunter. Zack Howard and Connie Smith
partake in overtime investigations con-
cerning stomate structures. Biology I stu-
dents (picture 2) Tina Lawson. Laurie
Scott and Philip Reed conduct an experi-
ment over living organisms. Having no
friends, (picture 3) Linda Dyer is caught
chatting with the friendly skeleton in biol-
78 — Biology Club
ers learn by doingBiology Club
Biology Club members for the 1977-78 year are (front
row) Richard Burk. Kenny Josey. Todd Mason. Kevin
Prock. Paula Nathe. Jill Kinney, (row 2) Pam Watson.
Phillip Reed. Ramona Stickeny. Tony Castillo. Tina Law-
son. Tara Moss. Mr. Buel Garvin, (row 3) Jerri Spelde.
Linda Drake. Lyn Vassella. Kelly Salmon. Pam Miller.
Alan McGregor. Margie Emmett. Kimothy Smith, (row
4) Donna Chivers. Sherry Vaughn. Brenda McGruder.
Dave Carraway. Debbie Westlake. Renee Musgrave.
Laurie Scott. Linda Dyer, (row 5) Diane Johnson. Randy
Thurmond. Janice Hill and Kelly Dixon.
vOFirst press club organizes
Active for its first successful year was the Altus High School Press Club, consisting of students involved with the
Open to students of the Collar Staff and Yearbook Staff, the Press Club was involved in many pressing issues of
the year. In November, Press Club were guests at a dinner for Senator Henry Bellmon and also attended a
program on photography at Western Oklahoma State College.
Projects such as selling and delivering corsages for the homecoming dance and working in concession stands
helped to raise money for scholarships which were granted at the end of the year to outstanding members.
Members of the 1977-78 Press Club are
(front row) Pam Teigen. Honey Kastner,
Charla Richeson. Carolyn Cxorosz. (row 2)
Burk Bingham. Lisa Cossey. Megan Russell.
Teri Crossland. LeAnn Richeson. Diana
Propps. Phyllis Kincannon, (row 3) Kevin
Harrington, Scott Henderson. Walt Hagerty.
Barbara Kizzar, Tracy McGrath, Dana Wigin-
ton, Connie Case, (row 4) John Ritenour.
Renee Waldroop. Shannon Featherston,
Brenda Webb. Nancy Beasley. Saundra
Spruiell. Sara Stauffer, (row 5) Craig
Stobbe. Rob Chronister, Don Chance. Kevin
Snyder.Sponsored by Ms. Susan Pettit,
the Press Club had its first suc-
cessful year of helping to enlight-
en print media students about the
field of journalism.
Officers of Press Club were Teri
Crossland, president; Saundra
Spruiell, vice-president; Megan
Russell, treasurer; LeAnn Riche-
Honey Kastner, Renee Wal-
droop, Barbara Kizzar, Tracy
McGrath, Lisa Cossey, Diana
Propps, Pam Teigen, Shannon
Featherston, Brenda Webb, and
Phyllis Kincannon (to the right)
meet and converse with Senator
Kevin Snyder pays his monthly Press Club dues to Megan Russell. Press Club secretary. Dues
for Press Club were a dollar a month and each Press Club member received a club card when
they payed their first due.
Press Club — 81Spanish
The Spanish Club sponsors for
the 1977-78 year are Mrs. Vir-
gie Rooker and Mrs. Petra Cha-
The Spanish Club is open to
all students who are in the
Spanish 1,11, and III classes. The
Spanish Club is also open to
anyone interested in the Span-
Meetings for the Spanish
Club are held monthly. There is
some type of Spanish enter-
tainment provided at each
meeting and refreshments are
The Spanish Club royalties
for 1977-78 were Renee Phil-
lips. Spanish Club Queen; Fran-
ces DeLaRosa and Mindy Mill-
er, Spanish Club Queen Atten-
1977-78 Spanish Club officers are Carol Linden, secretary. Janet Linden, songleader; Mindy
Miller, treasurer; Virginia Leyton, reporter; Francis DeLaRosa. president and Debbie Eng-
lish. vice president.
Cyncrmizing Spanish dance steps to music are seasoned Span- Fleming. Bobby Reynolds, and Donna Chivers of Mrs Virgie
ish II dancers Karen Gunther. Ken Marlin. Frankie Price. Brenda Rooker's Spanish class.
82Members of the 1977-78 Spanish Club are (front row) Kim English. Julie Laskowski. Robin King. Eddie Snow. John
McConnell. Mindy Miller. Virginia Leyton. Mary Molina. Castillo. Ken Marlin and Bobby Reynolds.
(row 2) Donna Chivers. Karen Gunther. Vanisa Wall. Debbie
Other members are (front row) Yolanda Rodriguez. Linda Sharon Morgan. Tammy Thurmond. Sherry Vaughn, (row
Leyton. Annabelle Rebill. Gayle Harris, (row 2) Tina Thor- 4) David Dewyer. Johnny Barrera. Charla Richeson. Renee
ton. Paula Gilbert. Kathy Hunter. Tracie Kastner. Christina Teal. James Rathke and Carlos Galardo.
Irwin, (row 3) Kelli Salmon. Lyn Vassella. Kendall Yeats.
Spanish Club — 83Ricky was
The Altus High School Black Histo-
ry Club worked together all year
raising money through various ac-
tivities. In November the club
elected officers. Ricky Flemons
was chosen as president. Other of-
ficers elected were Jackie Watson,
vice-president; Donna Bridges, sec-
retary; Charles Cotton, reporter;
and Ronnie Wilson, sergeant at
arms. The club met every week at
7 p.m. at the Lincoln Center.
Planning the activities of Black History Club are Dale Donnell. Kay Igner and Mr. Robert
Bostic, the Black History Club sponsor. The club focuses on recognizing and encouraging
historical pride of blacks in the community. The club had several fund-raising activities
during the year such as car washes and bake sales.
Members of the 1978 Black History Club are
(front row) Iva Willis. Sally Boyd. Jackie Wat-
son, Tomie Alexander. Pamela Conway. Bar-
bara West and Pam Taylor, (row 2) Henry
Owens. Linda Igner. Anita Bridges. Donna
Bridges. Brenda Arnold. Willie Mae Griggs.
Naomi Jefferson. Marsha Jenkins. Brenda
Donnell and Charles Cotton, (row 3) Ronnie
Wilson. Stanley Gibson. Jackie Lipscomb.
Dale Donnell. Tony Williams, Alfred Fleming.
Angelette Johnson. Thressie Williams. Gloria
Boyd. Angela Booker and Ricky Flemons.
Black History ClubMembers of the 1978 French Club are
(front row) Sara Stauffer. Teresa Case, Lea
Blackwell. Melody Tafoya, Tracy Boles and
Diane Dagley. (row 2) Amy Powell. Renee
Waldroop, Diana Propps. LeAnn Richeson,
Sylvia Sydlo, Beth Vaillancourt, Michelle
Connell and Melody Dickenson, (row 3) Ann
Baden, Jan Sears. Dana Wiginton. Carolyn
Csorosz, Sheila Barton. Melissa Smith and
Rhea Vanderkolk. (row 4) Paul Everett. Rob-
in Causey. Rob Chronister, Julie Gregg. Pau-
la Nathe, Kelly Dixon. Tammy Kimbrel. Lisa
Hunter, Mike Saker, Dan O'Hair, Mike Giles,
Renee Vanderkolk, Tina Singleton. Ramona
Stickney and Junior Flores.
French II students on ACTV
Christmas caroling at nursing
homes is not out of the ordinary,
except when a group from Altus
High School carols in French. This
was only one of the various activi-
ties the French Club held this year.
Many other European accented
meetings and get togethers were
The coronation was held in the
winter with Renee Waldroop given
the title of French Club Queen. At-
tendants were Diana Propps and
Beth Vaillancourt. Earlier in the
year the French students elected
LeAnn Richeson to the post of
president and Diana Propps as
vice-president. In October over
ACTV the French II students pre-
pared a genuine French gormet
dinner, and gave reports on educa-
tion, customs, fashion and history
To most French Club students
the year was described by the
words tres bien.
Representing the French
Club this year are these offi-
cers (from bottom to top)
Dana Wiginton, reporter;
Donna Nordman, French I re-
presentative; Kelly Dixon,
treasurer; Diane Nordman.
songleader; Beth Vaillan-
court. secretary; Jan Sears,
program chairman; Diana
LeAnn Richeson, president.
French Club — 85Steppers spark spirit
(Row 2) Jennifer Garrett. Lisa Cossey. Bon-
nie Blackwell. Tracy McGrath, Tracy Boles
(Row 3) Donna Nordman. Barbara Kizziar.
Honey Kastner. Melinda Secrest. (Row 4)
Megan Tussell, Phyllis Kincannon, Saundra
Spirit Stepper members were (Front Row)
Lyn Vassella. Janet Phelps. Rhonda Milton.
Ann Blonien, Dianna Propps. Melissa Smith.
86 — Spirit Steppers
Council leads band activities
Participating in many events such as meeting band councils from other bands, helping plan band
trips and working with the Band Parents Organization, the 77-78 members of That Altus Band
Council were (Front Row) Kelly Reimer, jr. rep.; Mike Sevedge.sr. rep.; Shannon Featherston.
drum major; Tracy Kastner, soph, rep.; (Row 2) Jim Metcalf, soph, rep.; Mark Cain, drum major,
president; Laura Bayless, treasurer; Lisa Woolsey. secretary; Tim Mahan, vice president; Kimothy
Smith, jr. rep.
Providing the skill and experience necessary for an excellent band,
the band directors contributed many hours of hard work. Directors
for the 77-78 That Altus Band were Allan Blackshear. Sammy Craig,
Gary Ford, assistant directors; Larry Harris, director.
87“Rocky” becomes band theme song
(Front Row) Kelly Reimer. Sharon Mor-
gan. Debbie Motheral. Brenda Reed. Lori
Turner. (Row 2) Kimothy Smith. June
Huffer, Tina Acevedo. Tracie Kastner.
Lorri Brown. Diane Johnson, (row 3) Paige
Browne. Lisa Worthen
(Front Row) Sherry Kern. Beverly Capps.
88 — Band
LeAnn Richeson. Teri Bibb. Sharan Mitch-
ell. Laura Bayless. Debbie Bailey. Brenda
Mark Cain, Shannon Featherston
Kathy Drake, (row 2) Tammy Jones. Beth
Vaillancourt. Amy Powell. Lori Owens. Jar-
nethia Jones. Jackie Watson. Janet
Dreschler. Susan Talley. Michelle Crovo.
(row 3) Sheryl Lawrence. John Bobell,
Mike Sevedge. Karen Seeberger. Colleen
Sager. Sheila Smith. Karen Jones. Teri
Bond. Cindy Black. Becky Evans. Robin
Gaver. Jamie Sears. Rhonda Sasse. Regi-
Lisa Woolsey. April DuvalAlto Clarinets Tenor Saxophones
(Front row) Carla Clemens. Terri Wilson.
Lisa Coppock. Karen Bratcher. Jay Wat-
son. Marla Clemens, (row 2) John Hunt.
Jeff Jett. Bobby Reynolds. Randy Rolland.
Reiks Schenkel. Kevin Prock. Tim Evans
Dave Davenport. Kevin Rovell. John Bond.
Angela Ailles. Brenda Webb. Donita Speer.
Erin Doran. Pam Rogers. Cheryl Snyder.
Beth McGraw. Sylvia Sydlo. Wendy
Combs. Margaret Parker. Mindy Miller.
Nancy Beasley. Kathi Duckworth. Lisa
Russell Jones. Jamie Rodgers. Richard
Diamond, Tom English. James McCarver.
Tom Wilkes. Andy Oden. Tim Mahan
Ramona Diamond. Debbie Juett
(Front Row) Teresa Miller. Teresa Salvag-
gio. Tory Sharp. Sandra Gaines. DeeAnn
Tuttle. Becky Truax. Kathy Reinschmidt.
(row 2) Sam Laskowski. Robbie Gilliam,
Pat Saindon. Joey Deal. Ron Turner.
John Brown. Brian Wolfe. Zack Howard.
Kenny Pixley. Kim Clemens
Jeff Englar. Karen Jones. Bruce Bufkin.
Suzanne Morgan. Kevin Woolsey. Kenneth
Ingram. Karen Walston, Kate Ritenour
Christina Irwin. Nancy Dantzler
Kevin Kohler. Bill Harding. Kevin Tuttle.
Mike Shoumaker. (row 2) Randall Collins.
Mark Alexander. Mike Scalf. James Geigle,
Mike Chase. Jimmy Jones
Band — 89Ensembles
Providing field leadership in marching and
contributing many hours of hard work the
drum majors for the 77-‘78 band played an
important role. Their spirit and dedication
make them invaluable members of the Band.
Drum majors for the '77-78 That Altus Band
were Mark Cam. Shannon Featherston.
Twirlers for the 77'78 That Altus Band
were Brenda Reed. Sharon Mitchell.
Debra Baily. Lee Ann Richeson. Anita
Lopez. Ten Bibb. Laura Bayless
90 — BandShowing her talents. ,s senior twirler. Laura Bay A" Hp8,on B-,nd nlcmbo,s wprp ' ro,‘' How K,,pn Bratcher, ten B.bh. Bill Har.lmg
less Laura ,s the 1977-78 Queen of That Altus l',ura Bayless. (Row ?) J.mue Sears. Brenda Webb. Marla Clements. Carla Clements
gan(j •• Kim Clemons. (Row 3) Erin Dor.in. Sharon Mitchell. Debra Bailey. Joey Deal. Kevin
Prock. (Row 4) Jim Metcalf. Jelf Englar. Rieks Schenkel. Mark Cain (Row 5) Tom Wilkes.
Andy Oden. David Davenport. Tim Mahan. Orlando Otis. Laurie Owens. (Row 6) Tory
Sharp. Sheryl Lawrence. Colleen Sager. Jackie Watson. Kathy Drake. Shannon Feather
ston Not pictured were Lisa Woolsey. Kimothy Smith. Nancy Dantl er. Rhonda Sasse
f lag Girls for the 77- 8 That Altus Band were (Front Row) Erin Doran. Angela Allies. Margaret Parker. Sylvia Sydlo.
Wendy Combs. Pam Rogers. Domta Speer. (Row ?) Brenda Webb. Mindy Miller. Beth McGraw. Cheryl Snyder.
Nancy Beasley. Kathi Duckworth. Lisa Hampton
Band — 91Members get new uniforms
The Altus High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Chap-
ter worked together to raise money in various activities such as a bake
sale and they also sold candy.
Other activities that the club participated in were things such as a
bowling party and around Thanksgiving each member brought a canned
food and they all took it to a needy family.
Members of Future Business Leaders of
America Club were (front row) Patty
Rathke. Cheryl Roesch. Kelly Reimer. (row
2) Warren Ross. Mike Bush. Tony Swenson.
Tim Hall. Shelly Overcast. Judy Brown, (row
3) Cheryl Dickenson. Debbie Malena. Sandy
Gambill. Sharan Mitchell. Mrs. Iletta Lett.
Mrs. Judy Archer. Mrs. Tomme Richardson.
Sharon Fuqua, Donna Martin. Jamie Gray,
(row 4) Ella Bantz. Anita Felty. Renee De-
ford. Kathy Karr. Robin Allen. Kim Roe.
Brenda Ellingwood, Teresa Salvaggio. Deb-
bie Bohannan. Lynna Morris. Tammy Jones.
Ricky Flores. Jana Felty. Ramona Haning.
Anita Lopez, (row 6) Sherra Stevenson. Ta-
mara Jenkins. Jeff Bennett. Lori Sides. Tina
Acevedo. Brenda Reed. Lucy Drury. LeeAnn
Beall, (row 7) Connie Estes. Kathy Zender,
Sara Sadler. Shannon Featherston. Beverly
Chambliss. Margie Emmett. Shawn Savera.
David Martin, (row 8) Julie Gregg. Gloria
Sanchez. Carolyn Csorosz, Terri Bond. July
Whiting. Kathy Oberprillar. (row 9) Scott
Barton. Rhonda Sasse, Janet Privett.
LeeAnn Kuykendall. Becky Studer, Teresa
Everett, Larry Killebrew. (row 10) Stephany
Gensman. Carolyn Dillon. Marie Marlin.
Brenda Hicks. Mike Causey. Mark Cain, Pen-
ny Case and Tammy Kimbrel.Officers for FBLA were (front row) Anita
Felty, president; Terri Pogue, secretary;
Sharan Mitchell, reporter; Tamara Jen-
kins. treasurer, (back row) Mark Cain,
vice-president; Brenda Hicks, historian;
Jamie Gray, assistant historian; Noel
Crowley. Chaplin; Scott Barton, assistant
At the December meeting the club enjoyed
the coronation ceremonies for LeAnn Kuy-
kendall and Scott hofmann who were elect-
ed as Mr. and Miss FBLA. Their attendants
and their escorts were (top right) Lydia Gar-
rison, Teri Pogue, (lower right) John Morris
and Noel Crowley.
All of these honor students were selected
after they submitted applications and were
interviewed by a panel of Altus business peo-
FBLA officers went to a leadership confer-
ence in the fall and in April the entire mem-
bership attended a state conference.
FBLA members got new uniforms this
FBLA — 93Efficiently manning the typewrit-
ers while putting current events
and news stories into print for the
Altus High Collar, were the Altus
High Collar "scoop" reporters in
Under the supervision of Mrs.
Susan Pettit, important events
and happenings around the
school provided ample material
for the students to cover in print.
Besides learning and gaining
trust in themselves by setting
their own goals, the staff gained
knowledge in newspaper report-
Being Collar Editor plays a big part in Phyl-
lis Kincannons life. She has many duties to
fulfill throughout the week
News, for and about Altus High
Members of the Collar Staff were (Front nee Waldroop. Lisa Woolsey (Row 2) Walt sey. Nancy Beasley, Shannon Featherston.
Row) Carolyn Csorosz. Dana Wigington. Re Hagerty. Scott Henderson (Row 3) Lisa Cos- Phyllis Kincannon. Diana Propps
Busting out to the paper office is Diana Propps and Nancy Beasley's main ambition at
this point of the day.
Discussing Collar layouts for the next paper are Diana Propps.
Scott Henderson. Kevin Harrington, and Rob Chromster.
Looking up words in the dictionary plays a big part in Dana Wigmtons
job as Collar proof reader
Collar — 95Printing memories
is our business
Preserving precious high school memories for the 1977-78
Bulldog yearbook, were the staff members of the yearbook
Many students of the staff worked on photograph layouts,
some organized names, sorted pictures, and wrote copy for
sports, classes and activities. All branches of Altus High were
covered in the yearbook, the coverage made possible through
the work and concern of staff members.
The year-long organizing of events of Altus High School was
not completed until the very last day of school, but once more
the final deadline was met, and another Bulldog Yearbook
packed with memories of people, places and things was distrib-
uted to students and faculty.
The yearbook staff is proud and happy to be a part of pre-
serving a blue-bound book as a keepsake of years spent at
Altus High School.
Members of the Yearbook Staff were (Front Row) Pam Teigen. Honey Kastner.
Nancy Beasley. Carolyn Csorosz. Diana Propps. Penny Case. (Row 2) Barbara
Kizziar, Jimmy Firth. Saundra Spruiell. Sara Stauffer. LeAnn Richeson. Charta Looking up correct spelling of names for students is Teri
Richeson. Don Chance. (Row 3) John Ritenour. Megan Russell. Teri Crossland. Crossland. Yearbook Editor. She coordinates each section
Tracey McGrath. Tony Castillo for the yearbook.Burk Bingham would do anything for a going away
party. Even moving to Housten. Texas.
In spite of being poisoned, in a car wreck and plagued by the common cold
Brenda Webb still pulled through as photographer for the Yearbook.
The reason Burk was such a good photographer is because he
was born with a strange deformity, a camera stuck on the
front of his face.
Yearbook — 97Anita Felty
Students enrolled in Vocational In-
dustrial Clubs of America have many
areas in which to choose their
Some of the branches of VICA are
electrification, carpentry and auto
mechanics. This lets the student de-
cide easily which vocation to go into.
Officers were (Front Row) Kevin Duckworth, Larry Killabrew, Anita Felty, Eric Graham, Ernie
Boaldin (Row 2) Kevin Kohler, Stanley Bevers, Kerry Van Cleave. David Rochell
Members of carpentry were (Front Row)
David Rochell, Troy Roberson, Kenneth
Gambill. Mark Ortega, David McKeaver.
Kerri Vancleave. Stanley Bevers. David
Walker. (Row 2) Kenneth Gilpatrick. Danny
Eiler. Paul Lopez, Leon Scalf, Stan Riker,
Paul Fanning. Bill Wayland. Stanley Gipson.
98 — VICAMembers of auto mechanics were (Front
Row) Bob Shriver, Dale Davis. James Rank-
horn, John Brown. Kevin Kohler. Joe Gallop.
Steven Gregg. Daryl Smith. Steven Polland,
(Row 2) Ronnie Sadler, Kevin Duckworth.
Ray Conway. Chuck Mackin, Gene Bryce,
Mark Chambers. Dave Singleton, Jimmy
Jones. Don Loper
Members of electronics were (Front Row)
Richard Anderson. DeWayne Medders. Bob-
by Concan, Bobby Coner. Ernie Boaldin.
Richard Alexander. Eric Graham. Larry Killa-
brew, Louis Ortega. (Row 2) Dean Hartroff.
Rudy Sanderson, Raymond Cummings.
Freddy Downs. David Gillim. Kevin Tuttle.
David Dudeck, Mr. Harkins
VICA — 99Making sure their customer had plenty of
assistance were Tim Jones, Gail Manley,
Terri Sims and Greg Morrison on the job at
a local United Grocery.
DECA in charge of local Telethon
DECA had many activities through
the year. The DECA members
participated in the Jerry Lewis
Muscular Distrophy Telethon
where they were in charge of the
Plaza Shopping Center parking lot
activities. They raised approxi-
DECA had a bowling party and a
get acquainted party at Mr. Terry
Byrd’s house September 14.
Going over a price list for the new fall fash-
ions were Donna Luebking. Dennis Han-
mack and Bonnie McKinley.
Stashing it away was Michelle McGuire while her partner Linda Roblez operated the cash
register. This "Dynamic Duo” works at K-Mart as a part of the DECA program.DECA members were (Front Row) Rhonda Patterson, Donna Luebking. Susan
Scott, Rita Littlejohn (Row 2) Sheila Hunter, Nancy Rollins, Bonnie McKinley,
Pat Barnett (Row 3) Mr. Terry Byrd. Hobart Varney, Lisa Cossey, Jim Zielke
Mr. Terry Byrd. DECA instructor, supervises DE stu-
dents and at the same time helps to find them jobs.
DECA members were (Front Row) Janet Holt. Sherra Stevenson, Tammy
Baldwin, Sherril Ford (Row 2) Linda Roblez. Vivian Rogers. Shelee Stinson.
Michelle McGuire (Row 3) Jim Workman, Lee Mayberry. Terry Mealer. Tim
JonesMain focus is
FHA-HERO (Future Homemakers of America-Home
Economics and Related Occupations) is focused pri-
marily on helping individuals improve personal, family,
and community living. Members must either be en-
rolled in Vocational Child Care or Fashion Design.
Some past activities of FHA-HERO included working
with the March of Dimes and a spring trip to Oklahoma
City for the state FHA-HERO rally.
The advisers for the club were Mrs. Debbie Thomas
and Mrs. Anna Jackson.
Officers were Gail Tolbert, president; Valarie Bradley, vice-president;
Delicia Coleman, secretary; Barbara West, representative
Participating in FHA-HERO were Diane Zeilke, Robie Boaldin, Trudy Lanessa Young, Rita Richardson. Kay Igner. Angelette Johnson. Zap-
Darnell, Elaine Blache, Mary Malina, Merida Sanchez, Phyllis Arnold, pered Jones. Michelle Tolbert. (Row 3) Barbara West. Brenda Flem-
Valarie Holt, (Row 2) Valarie Bradley. Delica Coleman, Gail Tolbert, ing. Patricia Black, Shirley Griffen. Brenda Arnold
102 — HERO-FHAStudents debate national topic
Coached by Mr. Maurice King, the
Altus High School debate team
discussed and debated upon
“Should Federal Government
guarantee comprehensive medi-
cal care to all citizens in the Unit-
ed States?" Debate students
studied the affirmative and nega-
tive cases of the national topic,
and, through research, gained
more general knowledge about
orating, debating, and speech in
Participating on the debate team were
(Front Row) Cherie Mason, Connie Smith,
Sherry Kern, Debbie Teetsell, (Row 2)
Robert McKinley, Ann Blonien, Lisa Go-
meringer, Dana Wiginton, (Row 3) Mr.
Maurice King, Mark Sharpe. Flint Corey,
Skip Brown, Jim Workman, Danny Blonien
Debate — 103Pep Club designs new uniforms;
is largest organization at AHS
Members of the Pep Club were (Front Row) Diana Propps, Lisa Cossey. Jill Thacker, Anita Felty. Renee Waldroop. Ta- mera Jenkins, Ann Blonien, (Row 2) Sher- ril Ford. Dana Wiginton. Jana Felty. Megan Russell, Phyllis Kincannon, Saundra Spruiell, Kim McConnel, Liz Parker, Susan Dixon, Shelly Overcast. Kim Maxwell. Kim Roe. Rhonda Milton. Renee DeFord. Susan Scott. (Row 3) Gaye Lynn Garrett. Julie Laskowski, Jackie Atkins. Liz Dougherty. Lynna Morris. Carolyn Csorosz, Gayle Braddock, (Row 4) Lisa Hunter. Diane Hitt. Margie Emmett, Tina Lawson. Debbie Vil- lerreal. Pam Miller. Lea Blackwell. Tara Moss. Sara Stauffer. Melody Dickenson. Michelle Connell. Lynn Vassella, Kelly Salmon. Laurie Scott. Debbie Miller. Chris Marien. Sara Sadler, Patty Mason. Lisa Bo- vie, Vanissa Gillreath. Tammy Baldwin (Row 5) Kendall Yates. Christy Winkowski.
104 — Pep Club School spirit and attitude play an important part with Altus High School Pep
Club members. They not only give support for the athletic teams, but also
help spread enthusiasm during pep assemblies.
Phantom Phan was one of the highlights this year. Pep Club members
were given a players locker number to put goodies in it for him to get.
This year the Club had new uniforms.
Mrs. Linda Marler was the Pep Club sponser and all agree that she
deserves full credit for making the club so great for 1977-78.
Donna Nordman. Janice Hill. Karen Lumry. Barbara West. Pam Taylor. Sandra Sanders. Jan Dakil. Honey Kastner. Tra- cey Fancher. Barbara Kizziar. Paula Pey- ton. Melissa Smith. Laura Atchley. Paula Nathe. Julie Gregg. Connie Estes. Shar- vella Smith (Row 6) Janet Privett. Sandra Donahoe. Lisa Gomeringer. Paula Gilbert. Karen Gunther. Tammy Collier. Lisa Harp- er. Tammy Thurmond. Sherra Stevenson. Brenda Russem. Rita Johnson. Jana Black. Pam Davis. Debbie Davis. Robin Boaldin. Mona Porter. Kathy Hunter. Terri Kirby. Melinda Secrest. LaDawn Thomp- son. Denise Gambil. Lori Garrett, Renee Musgrave. Cathy Gerhart
Pep Club — 105Terri builds
Miss Bulldog. Terri Pogue, cheered the teams of all
the sporting events throughout the year. Terri won
the title "Miss Bulldog" when she competed against
other classmates last spring. She was selected by
out of town judges.
Chosen as Dawg Cheerleaders for 1977-
78 were Zack Howard, head cheerleader,
Renee Teal, Charla Richeson and Char-
Zack and Renee attended cheerleading
camp at Weatherford and came home
with all Superior ratings. Charla and Char-
lotte attended a Norman camp held on
the O.U. campus. They also returned with
Superior ratings and received a Super
Star Squad rating.
ssbihMegan elected “Miss Spirit’’
Chosen as Miss Spirit of Altus High School was Megan
Russell. This honor was based upon her Pep Club activities
and her support of athletics at Altus High.
Decorating the halls before the big game are Shelly Over-
cast. Liz Dougherty. Carolyn Csorosz. and Renee Wal-
droop. These girls are very active in Pep Club.
Pep Club — 107Renee heads cheerleading squad
At the annual cheerleader tryout
last spring Renee Phillips was
chosen head cheerleader. Cho-
sen by Southwestern State cheer-
leaders were Teri Crossland. Kim
Byers. Pam Teigen, Tracey Har-
rington. Cindy Smith.
The cheerleaders attended
summer clinic on the O.U. cam-
pus at Norman. The weeklong
workshop involved both perfor-
mance and crowd psychology.
The sextet was awarded all supe-
rior ribbons, the spirit stick, and
the coveted super star squad rat-
ing. This is the finest performance
ever achieved by Altus High
cheerleaders at a summer camp.
The cheerleaders sported
many new uniforms this year due
to raising money the past sum-
108 — Pep ClubUnit leaders decorate halls
Chosen as President of the Pep Club was Phyllis Kin-
cannon and Diana Propps was chosen as vice-presi-
Unit Leaders for the Pep Club were (Front Row) Lisa Roberts. Jill
Thacker. Renee Waldroop. Renee DeFord. Shelly Overcast.
Rhonda Milton. (Row 2) Kim Roe. Saundra Spruiell. Gayle Brad-
dock. Susan Scott. Liz Dougherty. Cheryl Kilgore. (Row 3) Caro-
lyn Csorosz. Susan Dixon. Anita Felty. Siz Parker. (Row 4) Ann
Blonien. Lisa Cossey. Megan Russell
Pep Club — 109
Inspecting new ribbons about to be sold are Mrs. Danny
Marler. pep club sponsor, and Lisa Cossey. secretary-
treasurerACTV, Channel 2, Altus Schools
Instructional Television facility, is
staffed by members of the Altus
High School Television Writing
and Production classes.
During any day the students
may have a wide variety of assign-
ments ranging from newscasting,
weather reports, and sports to in-
terviews with national or state of-
ficials, remote documentary tap-
ing sessions or supervising a dra-
matic or musical production fea-
turing students from kindergarten
to senior high levels.
Busy Morning in the control room with Joey Lingle. second from left at the director s panel:
Brent Southall, left on sound: Kelley Litsch. overseeing production details: Judy Brown at the
multi-plexer and Sid Holman preparing station break slides.
ACTV-2 films documentaries
no — ACTVZooming in for a camera shot called by inter-com Scott Henderson adjusts a studio color
camera for the required effect. Split second changes often are necessary.
Summer remote taping ses-
sions included a wheat har-
vest documentary Craig
Stobbe. left, and Kelley
Litsch check the 105 tem-
perature effects on the full
color mini-cam equipment.
Final moment before the
’ you're on" signal is given
and this first hour news team
is poised for camera pick-up
From left. Angela Arnold,
news; Stuart Simco. sports;
Saundra Spruiell. news and
Gayle Braddock. weather
AC TV —111Weather forecasters Ann Blonien and Cherie Mason look happy about the predicted weather
FJA president Sid Holman is presented one of several headsets made available
for ACTV, Channel 2. by Southwestern Bell Telephone. Mrs. Johnnie Salmon
made the presentation.
Pictured above were James Hans. Saundra Spruiell. Caro-
lyn Csorsz. an A.F. academy student and Andriea Parrish.
112 —ACTVAngela Arnold Teri Bibb Judy Brown
for Altus schools
For the past eight years every school morning an Altus High School
student’s voice announces: "Good Morning. This Is Today At Altus
Arriving at the radio studios at 7:15 each broadcaster has the
assignment for one week.
The program has won the Marshall Gregory radio education news
Keith Castner Carolyn Csorosz Nancy Dantzler Anita Felty James Hans Tracey Harrington
Scott Henderson Sid Holmon Eric Ivestor Jimmy Jones Janet Privett Andriea Parrish
Cherie Mason Kenna Metcalf Joey Lingle Kelley Litcsh Brenda Reed Stuart Simco
Cindy Smith Kevin Snyder Brent Southall Saundra Spruiell Craig Stobbe Renee Waldroop
Broadcaster - - 113Students plan media careers
Alpha chapter of the Future Journalists of America is the first of what is
now an international society of print and electronic media students.
The chapter met the second Monday of each month.
Field trips this year included the Oklahoma Interscholastic Press Asso-
ciation, the Oklahoma Legislature and the Governor’s office and to major
television stations in Oklahoma City and Texas.
Members of the Future Journalists of Amer-
ica were (front row) Diana Propps, Phyllis
Kincannon. secretary; Nancy Beasley. Teri
Bibb. Renee Waldroop. treasurer, (second
row) Cindy Smith. Pam Teigen, Janet Pri-
vett, Judy Brown. Dana Wiginton. Anita
Felty, Brenda Reed, and Ann Blonien. (third
row) Andreia Parrish. Nancy Dantzler. Caro-
lyn Csorosz. Gayle Braddock. and Saundra
Spruiell. (back row) Eric Ivester. Craig
Stobbe. Kevin Snyder, Sid Holman, presi-
dent; Kelly Litsch, Rob Chronister, Scott
Henderson, vice-president; Stuart Simco.
Jimmy Jones. James Hans, and Mrs. Ruth
Ferris.Members attend fairs, meetings
Future Farmers of America mem-
bers participate in speaking con-
tests, judging contests, fairs and
other farm related activities. Their
annual slave sale and sausage sale
helps to pay for these activities.
Serving as officers of FFA were
Mr. Joe Muller, advisor; Tommy
Abernathy, president; Greg Graves,
chaplain; Sam Vinyard, sentenil;
Ernest Simpson, secretary; Saun-
dra Spruiell, Sweetheart; Dale Rob-
erts, parlimentarian; Bruce Far-
quhar, vice-president; Jimmy Pet-
koff, treasurer; Kenna Netcalf, re-
porter; Mr. Kent Netcalf, advisor.
Members of FFA were (Front Row) Kim
Jameson, Danny Martin, Mark Cagle.
Scott Hayes. Kelly Farquhar. (Row 2)
Mr. Joe Muller, Dale Petkoff. Brent
Gamble. Ramico Martinez. Gary
Weathers, Craig Booker, Doug
Crowder. Russ Reimer, Tom McFory.
Saundra Spruiell. James Hukill. Brent
Cofield. Barry Holt. Ricky Kastner.
Ricky Bollenbach. Jay McPherson. Da-
vid Wilkes. Mr. Kent Metcalf. (Row 3)
Mr. Keller. Charles Shiplet. Steve Win-
ters. Ted Koster. Steve Welch. Mitchell
Bevers. Mike Morren. Perry Peyton.
Gregg Buck. Brad Moreau. Kenny Jo-
sie. Bobby Swain. Gary Buckner. Har-
old Miller. Kevin Obenhaus. Barry
Knox. Jimmy Martinez. Mr. Sorrell.
Members of FFA were (Front Row) Mr.
Joe Muller Brent Southall. James Col-
lier. William Smith. Keith Miller. Paul
Abernathy. Kennth Fowler, Greg
Graves. Tony Hughen. Saundra
Spruiell. Bruce Farquhar. Tommy Aber-
nathy. Rob Stephenson. Elda Roberts.
Mitch Worrell. Jimmy Petkoff. Sam Vin-
yard. Kenna Netcalf. Mr. Kent Metcalf.
(Row 2) Mr. Keller. Dan Vinyard. Paul
Signorelli. Mike Thomson. Joe Howard.
Robert Gormley. John Willes. Ernest
Simpson, Steve Jameson. Ronald
Ladd. Robert Duval. Dale Roberts.
Steve Morren. Butch Conners. Kent
Gambill. Cliff Worley. Mr. Sorrell.
FFA — 115A council totally made up of stu-
dents, by the students, and for
the students served as the voice
of the entire student body. This
was the A.H.S. student council.
At their bi-monthly meetings
plans were discussed for their up-
Some of the activities spon-
sored by the council include Spirit
Weeks, Sadie Hawkins, Flick Day,
a school bloodmobile, and were
also responsible for dances.
Discussing the upcoming Winter Home-
coming Dance were Andy Oden, Janet Pri-
vett, Dana Wigington. Carlos Gallardo.
Council plans Sadie Hawkins events
Members of STUCO were (Front Row I Pam
Teigen. Becky Truax. Jill Thacker. Laurie
Scott. Dona Wooten, Dana Wigington. Deb-
bie English. Sherri Hart. Janet Privett. Shan- Oden. Clark Huey. Randy Reber. Dave
non Featherston, (Row 2) Sid Holmon. Rob- Carraway, Jeff Hart, Carlos Gallardo,
ert Cox. Mark Sharpe. Mark Foster. AndyMembers of the Advisory Council which is composed of all class officers except the class
president were (Front Row) Laurie Scott. Shannon Featherston. Becky Truax. Sherri
Hart. (Row 2) Clark Huey. Ramona Hanning. Jeff Hart.
The students of Miss Stevens decorated their
door to help boost the Christmas spirit in Altus
Hard at work on the sales campaign for
the selling of Student Directories, are
Dave Carraway, Laurie Scott, and Ran-
Student Council — 117VYLC plans National Vocational Week
Representing seven vocational
courses taught at Altus High
School the Vocational Youth Lead-
ership Class helped to coordinate
activities among the vocational
Their main endeavor was orga-
nizing the annual National Voca-
tional Week activities.
Terry Byrd, Distributive Educa-
tion instructor, is the groups advis-
er this year.
Members of VYLC were (Front Row) Tommy
Abernathy. Kevin Duckworth, Eric Grahm,
Stan Reichert. (Row 2) Lynn Stuart. Lee Ann
Beall, Debbie Bohannon. Bonnie McKinley.
Lisa Cossey. Antia Felty, (Row 3) Teresa
Bone. Barbara West. Paul Fanning. Kevin
Kohler, Bruce Farquar, Steve Thomason.
Steve Moren. Jimmy Morris
118 — VYLCOHOSA attends first national convention
Students enrolled in Health Ser-
vices belong to OHOSA, Oklahoma
Health Occupations Student Asso-
ciation. During class hours the girls
work at the nursing homes and
Jackson County Memorial Hospi-
tal. This helps the girls get involved
and trains them for medical related
fields. Besides their class activities
they sold tickets for the teacher-
student donkey ball game. They
worked the concession stand dur-
ing the Short Grass Basketball
Tournament. Their state and first
national convention is held at Okla-
homa City and they enjoy an end of
the year banquet.
Members are (front row) Terri Thompson. Lynn Stewart. Jeanne Lipscomb, Lisa Rob- Bone, Viveca Powell. Cheryl Kilgore. Angela
Kay Kirkland, (row 2) Claire Peard. Kim Lio- erts, Rhoda Jones. Gayla Davidson, (row 4) Booker,
nel. Nita Jackson. Jessie Smith, (row 3) Sandra Worsham, Dana Risinger, Teresa
OHOSA — 119Varsity Choir awarded State honor
The 1977-78 Varsity Choir, under
direction of Mr. Kenneth Cox, con-
tinued to remain one of the most
respected organized gropus at Al-
tus High School, while maintaining
a high mark of excellence as being
one of the best high school choirs
in the state of Oklahoma.
The Varsity Choir was chosen as
the honor choir at the state Okla-
homa Music Education Associ-
ation's Meeting in January. The
choir performed a program of wide
variety to the crowd of Oklahoma
music directors, leaving many of
them with a captivated feeling. Also
in January, the choir traveled to
Oklahoma City and performed at
the McFarlin First Methodist. In
Oklahoma City, the choir had the
opportunity to attend a workshop
taught by world-appraised Dr. Ben
Henson, who directed the singing
and presentation of various classi-
cal numbers.Members of Varsity Choir were (Front Row)
Richard Burk, Carolyn Osorosz, Marc For-
nal. Ann Blonien. Nicky Gregg. Laura Bay-
less. Charles Tucker. Kim Maxwell. Steve
Powill. Rhonda Milton. Joe Lauderdale. Kim
Byers. (Row 2) Janet Phelps. Kenneth
Brown. Jennifer Garret. David Martin. San-
dra Gaines. Tracy Davis. Beverly Capps.
Andy Oden. Debra Speer. Dana Wiginton. Al
Kilgore. Lisa Cossey. Kevin Woolsey. Donita
Speer. Bruce Bufkin, Lisa Woolsey (Row 3)
Mr. Cox. DougTownsen. Renee DeFord, Joe
Buchannon. Kathy Drake. Skip Brown. Teri
Bibb. Kevin Tuttle. Debbie Bailey. Tommy
Phillips. Lee Ann Kuykendall. Tom English.
Angela Truester. Jeff Davidson. Sharon Fu-
qua. Gregg Robbins. Ann Baden (Row 4) Neil
Blackwell. Alan Ailles. Dane Neilson. Rhonda
Sassy. Mark Cain. Jan Sears. Clark Huey.
Saundra Spruiell. Ronnie McGrath. Nancy
Chapman. Craig Stobbe. Tracey Harrington.
Mark Foster. Angela Ailles. Jeff Graham. Le-
ander Thacker. Henry Owens. Bobby Reyn-
olds. Jamie SearsLargest
This year was a new experience for
sophomores in Girls Glee Club. They
participated in various activities
such as fruit sales, solo contests and
performed in Open House in the Clif-
ford Peterson cafeteria.
They’ve studied rhythm intona-
tion and many different types of mu-
All State Choir Members were (Front Row) Charles Tucker, Clark Huey, Saundra Spruiell,
Jan Sears. Renee DeFord. Rhonda Milton. Laura Bayless. Teri Bibb. Jody Lauderdale. (Row
2) Beverly Capps, Skip Brown. Mark Cain. Kevin Woolsey. Rhonda Sasse. Jamie Sears
Members of Sophomore Glee were (Front
Row) Barbara Kizziar, Melinda Secrest,
Diane Nordman. Lois Ann Huey. Dona Woo-
ten. Kelli Salmon. Cheryl Bone. Bettye Sir-
mons, Debbie Hughen. Teresa Case. Cindy
Killian. Christina Irwin (Row 2) Laurie Scott.
Margie Emmett. Tina Lawson. Teresa Wert.
Melissa Smith. Sheila Barton. Kathy Hunter.
Donna Nordman. Karen Guenther. Cheryl
Price. Tara Moss. Jyanita Barton. Michelle
Connell. (Row 3) Tina Thornton. Adena Fitz-
simmons. Durenda Cummings. Paula Gil-
bert. Charla Richeson. Charlotte Madison.
Tracy McGrath. Rhea Vanderkolk, Dixie
Brown. Paula Peyton, Melody Dickenson.
Rebecca Ray. Karen Tuttle. Jan Dakil. Lydia
Garrison. Renee Teal. Lea Blackwell. (Row
4) Mr. Kenneth Cox. Karen Lumry. Beth
Welch. Raylene Barnes. Brenda Bechtel.
Lindy Drake. Connie Anderson. Janice Hill.
Lisa Hunter. Jana Black. Renee Musgrave,
Lisa Harper. Chris Miller. Veronica Hall. Pam
Davis. Sue Gifford. Linda Harris. Gracie Pos-
ley. (Row 5) Sandy Donahoe, Rita Johnson.
Lori Pogue. Ramona Stickney, Renee Van-
derkolk. Denise Gambill. Lori Garrett. Terri
Kirby. LaDaun Thompson. Tracie Kastner.
Tammy Thurmond. Debbie Villarreal. Willa
Watson. Vicki Etter, Pam Conway. Miriam
Torres. Dianne Hitt
122 — Vocal MusicMembers of Sophomore Boys Glee Club were (Kneeling) Harold Jefferson. Dane Reynolds. (Row 2) Mr. Kenneth Cox.
Mike Roach. James Little. Frank Anderson. Mike Saker. Phillip Reed. Eddie Batchelor. John Gossage. Keith Byrum.
Michael Giles. Brad Morreau
Members of Mixed Chorus were (Front Row) Mr. Kenneth Cox, Jana Felty, Lisa Gomeringer. Brenda Fleming. Sharon
Bourbeau. Ricky Flores (Row 2) Ricky Kastner. Terry Short. Richard Bellflower. Teresa Collins. Sheryl Lawrence. Judy
Ford. Sara Sadler. James Hukill (Row 3) Mitch Barlow. James Signorelli. Brent Cofeild, Pam Fall. Patricia Black. Janet
McKee124 — Classes
Classes — 125Senior year began with smiles
but ended with tears
Leading the seniors through their last year
of high school was Dave Carraway. Senior
class president. Dave was vice-president
of his junior class and was a member of
student council both his junior and senior
Senior. A word that means many things. A word which, when uttered,
brings back many memories to those who were once a part of the great
class of 1978.
The final year of high school is now a treasured memory to all students
who graduated from Altus High School. What happened in the past, and
how it will pertain to the present and future will permanently be embed-
ded upon the minds of seniors.
Treasured memories like Spirit Week, which was a victory for the
seniors who won many of the events "hands down." Personal memories
like talking and visiting with friends while eating lunch in the big, round
school cafeteria; going to the prom and staying awake all night; cheering
on all the Bulldog teams. Even little things will be recalled, such a bending
down to your locker trying to reach a book on the bottom shelf.
Assemblies seasoned the weeks spent at high school. Skits performed
by Mr. Maurice King’s speech students, vocal music assemblies directed
by Mr. Kenneth Cox and the Senior Farewell Assembly all were vital
assets to the Bulldog spirit.
Activities and news happenings around Altus High School was covered
weekly by the AHS Collar reporters, who contunually turned out informa-
tion and interesting newspapers to the school body, while the ACTV
channel 2 news staff broadcasted daily.
Seniors composed a large portion of All-School Production, Dinner
Theater, Spirit Steppers, Pep Club, That Altus Band and other groups.
Not only memorable experiences were enjoyed in high school, but also
close, personal ties with fellow classmates were bonded.
For the 1977-78 year, AHS was under the direction and guidance of a
new principal, Mr. Howard King, who through his daily help and support of
the school, gained the trust and confidence of the seniors.
Then came the big moment — graduation. Seniors watched while 12
years of study seemed to slip by in one instant as diplomas were placed in
the outstretched palms.
Tears of sadness and joy were shared by almost all seniors, who were
then considered able to formally enter the bounds of a free society and
begin real life.
The Class of 1978 departed, knowing that in their hearts, yesterday
would never be forgotten.
126 — SeniorEddie Abernathy
Paul Abernathy Tommy Abernathy
Tim Adams Angela Allies
Rob Alexander Yolanda Alvarez
Richard Anderson Angie Arnold Brenda Arnold
Spending their spare time in the cafeteria were Boone Copeland,
Cary McGregor. Keith Castner and Megan Russell. The student coun-
cil holds a ping pong tournament and other events for lunch time
Senior — 127Scholars come
Howard King, principal, welcomes Quiz Bowl victors Bob
Smith. Bill Harding. Bill Hartsell and Flint Corey home with
an all-school reception. The team won five straight match-
Teri Bibb Jim Birdsal! Bonnie Blackwell
Ann Blonien Kevin Bloomer Ernie Boaldin
Kyle Boaldin Debt Bohannan Sally Boyd Valerie Bradley Gayle Braddock Donna Bridges
Judy Brown Rose Ann Brown Royce Brown Skip Brown Tony Brown Dennis Bunting
Senior — 128Dave Carraway Bruce Carson Ricky CastiHo
Tony CastiHo Keith Castner Mike Causey
Putting the finishing touches on the Storm Shelter murel is Eric
Beverly Chambliss Rob Cronister Vickie Coats
Dean Coiston Wendy Combs Butch Conner
Barbara Cook Perry Cooper Boone Copeland
Senior — 129
Flint Corey Rhonda Cornelius Lisa Cossey
Listening to speaker Jerry Gill tell about Oklahoma State Uni-
versity. these seniors tried to make a decision on which col-
lege or university to attend. Interested students are (front
row) Rhonda Patterson. LeAnn Richeson. Saundra Spruiell.
Lynna Morris and Sandy Gambill. (row 2) Rob Chronister.
Kevin Bloomer. Paul Fanning. Dannie Stoner and John Whit-
Ten Crossland Raymond Cummings Ralph Curry
Carolyn Czorosz Jane Davies U'Vonna Dedmon
Renee Deford Frances DeLaRosa Lee Delgado
Cheryl Dickenson Susan Dixon Erin Doran
Liz Dougherty Freddy Downs Lucy Drury
SeniorKathi Duckworth April Duval David Davenport Donna Dyer Carla Eldred Brenda Ellingwood
Becky Evans Teresa Everett Paul Fanning
Bruce Farquhar Shannon Featherston Anita Felty
Biking and hiking along with tennis and other sports are Shan-
non Featherston’s favorite pastimes. She enjoys devoting oth-
er extra time to the school and school related activities. Shan-
non was elected secretary of the Senior Class by her class-
Richard Flores Marc Fornal Sharon Fuqua
Senior — 131Kevin checks
Checking over some proofs for the yearbook is Kevin Sny-
der. Kevin participates in baseball and as you can see he
also enjoys wearing his Altus High School publication
Vanesa Gilreath Pam Gipson Lonny Glatt
Enc Graham Becky Gray Jamie Gray Willie Mae Griggs Walt Hagerty Cathy Hamilton
Lisa Hampton James Hans Bill Harding Scott Harness Kevin Harrington Darla Harris
132 — SeniorClark Huey
Dean Hartronft Bill Hartseil Michele Hastings David Hawthorne Bill Henderson
Ginger Hofmann Sidney Holman Anne Honeycutt Joe Howard
Capturing first place for the seniors in the Volkswagon race were team members (Front
Row) Sheila Hunter. Cheryl Kilgore. Wendy Combs. Angela Ailles. Teri Bibb. (Row 2)
Brenda Arnold. Brenda Reed. Terri Pogue. Beverly Roberts. (Row 3) Donna Hill, Lanessa
Goodlow. Anne Honeycutt. (Row 4) Janet Linden. Mindy Miller. Jan Sears. Yolanda
Alvarez. (Row 5) Le Ann Richeson, Vanesa Martin, Delynda Barnes. (Row 6) Mae Griggs.
V-P Clark Huey
Smiling with pleasure as he strikes the right keys is Clark
Huey vice-president of the Senior Class. Clark has been in
Varsity Choir for three years, was president this year and is a
member of Junior Engineering Technological Society.
Jill KinneyKyle Kirby Pam Kirkland Kevin Kohler
Terri Leflett Michael leistner Roy Lenard
Brad Leverett Virginia Leyton Janet Linden
Joey Lmgle Linn Linton Jackie Lipscomb
Bob Konen Ben Kraljev Robert Lee
more than just
Devoting their time not only to farming and the Democratic Party.
Earl and Sweet Pea Abernathy joined hands with the senior class as
class parents for the third consecutive year. Over the expanse of
three years, they represented the class of 78 during the student’s
sophomore, junior and senior years.
Jean Lipscomb Kelly Litsch Rita Littlejohn
Senior — 135136
Answering a question posed by June Huffer is Dr. W.C. Burris,
president of W.O.S.C. This was during college career day when all
seniors had the opportunity to make plans about their future.
Debbie Malma Phil Marcha Donna Martin
Kim Maxwell Jim McCarver Kim McConnell
Jon Mcllnay Janet McKee Bonnie McKinley
Keith Miller Mike M.ller M.ndy Miller Rhonda Milton Sharan Mitchell Damta Moistner
Linda Moore Lynna Morns Greg Morrison Jd.e Morrison Marysue Morton Candace Murphy
Walter Nagy Diana Neal
Robert Nucd Barry Oberpriiler Andy Oden
Louis Ortega Donna Otten Shelly Overcast
Serving as Senior Class parents for the past year were Lt. Col. and
Mrs. David Powell. They have always been eager to participate in
their children’s activities and their dedication to serving the Senior
Class was a prime example of this.
Senior — 137Andrea Parrish Andreia I. Parrish Rhonda Patterson Kendall Payne Claire Peard Jerry Perkey
Jimmy Petkoff Renee Phillips Terri Pogue Steve Powell Diana Propps Terri Puckett
Gwen Raiden James Rankhorn ®re,t Ra,c,lff Susan Ray Brenda Reed Stanley Reichert
Mr. and Mrs. Darill Leverett served as
class parents again, but this year it was for
the Senior Class.
Elizabeth Reynard Cindy Reynolds Bob Richard Rita Richardson
Lee Ann Riche son Don Rmguette Dona Risinger John RitenourCarl Robertson Beverly Roberts Elda Roberts Lisa Roberts Mane Robinson Wilma Robinson
Jeanette Rodnques Kim Roe Pam Rogers Nancy Rollins Linda Rui Jimmy Rushing
Jan Sears Mike Sevedge Mark Sharpe Cordia Shivers Lon Sides Paul Signorelli
Stuart Simco Terri Sims Mary Smiley Bob Smith Darrell Smith
Senior — 139Saundra Spruiell Jeri Stephens Rob Stephenson Zachry Stillwell Craig Stobbe Karen Stokes
Danny Stoner Becky Studer Jim Summitt Shannon Summitt Danny Sutherland Debbie Teetseil
Jill Thacker Mike Thomason Steve Thomason Linda Thompson Mike Todd Sonia Tolbert
Doug Townzen Bruce Trest Angela Troester Mattie Turner Kevin Tuttle Gary Tyner
140 — SeniorsDon Watson Jackie Watson Brenda Webb Denise Welch Steve Welch July Whiting
John Whitten Mane Williams Sharon Williams John Willis Cheryl Wilson Dan Wilson
Donald Wilson Matt Wilson Lisa Woolsey
Sandra Worsham Chet Worthen Lanessa Young
After spending many hours in his closet. Skip Brown finally decides
to wear it all and wins first place on Clash Day.So much to do and
so little time
While frolicking thru the mid-year of their high school careers, the
Junior Class continued to achieve many of their goals at AHS.
Members of the class participated in a hamburger supper be-
fore the Tulsa Hale football game. This was to raise money to
sponsor the Junior-Senior Banquet. Juniors were faced with the
reality that in one more year they would be out on their own; not
all sure of what lay ahead, but most were eager for the challenge.
Serving this year as Junior class captains were John Bond,
Harlan Rodgers, Mitch Worrell. Barry Knox, Janet Privett,
Tammy Kimbrel. Kenna Metcalf. Kevin Duckworth. Marie
Marlin, and Becky Truax.
142 — JuniorSharon Branch
Rose Ann Brown
After lunch, most students are seen cramming for a
next hour test or finishing last minute homework.
But not today for Vince Bledsoe and Mark Kibee.
Instead they decide to give John Carline's foot a
Junior — 143an
in student life
Participating in such things as. dancing, bowling, band and
drama, Becky Truax had her hands full being the secretary
of the junior class.
144 — JuniorDebbie English
Having that native blood gave president Randy
Reber his vitality to arouse spirit for the Junior
Class. This was Randy's second year to hold the
office of president.
Junior — 145Serving as junior class parents for 1977-78 were Mr. and Mrs.
Dick Reber. They helped sponsor school related activities and
were instrumental in planning the end-of-year activities for the
Jeri Ann Howland
146 — JuniorTim Jones
"What? me. speed?", exclaims Martha Pettit to Sergeant
Willie Gallop. "And besides." she says, "that's Dee Ann Scog-
gin behind the wheel."
Junior — 147Jeff and
Having had much experience as a vice-president of his
Sophomore Class during the school year 1976-77, Jeff
Hart had already received much experience before his
election as vice-president of the Junior Class this year. He
was on the Bulldog football team, and was on the student
Mary Jo Matthias
148 — JuniorTommy Phillips
Elected for the second time, Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Crowley
were the class parents for the Junior Class during the past
year. They took time out of their busy schedule to partici-
pate and plan the activities of the Junior Class.
Junior — 149Parents
class of ’79
Lending their support to the juniors this year by serving as class
parents were Mr. and Mrs. Ken Privett. Both contributed much
time and effort toward the success of the Junior class.
150 — JuniorsDavid Tipton
Flashing her tenacious tin grin is Ramona Han-
ning. Ramona was elected this year as Junior
Continually promoting the various events spon-
sored by the Junior Class were Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Worrell. This was their second year as
Juniors — 151Sophomore year is
full of surprises
Undoubtedly, the sophomore year of high school is the most important.
During this year students grow immeasurably as individuals and in their
capacity to cooperate with others.
Old distinctions and classifications fade as the students join as a single
body, with one goal in mind, to generate spirit for the mighty Altus
Bulldog while nuturing one of their own.
Although there is much criticism involved with being a sophomore, the
criticism is constructive and is meant in good faith, as the upper class-
men try to instill a will for class success in their lower classmen.
A year full of surprising new encounters, the sophomore year is the
foundation of the years yet to come.
Making sure he has the latest in sound is Scott Six, sophomore
president. Just as Scott keeps up with the latest tunes, he makes
sure the sophomore class is tuned in on current events at AHS.
152 — SophomoreCarolyn Black
Cuddling a soft, furry kitten is sophomore vice-
president Laurie Scott. Although Laurie spends
much of her time in school-related areas, she is
also involved in United Methodist Youth Fellow-
Sophomore — 153Mark Carrasco
a good sport
"Bicycling is a sport enjoyed by everyone," says Sherri Hart,
sophomore class secretary. Sherri not only enjoys biking, but is
also actively involved in basketball and other community activi-
154 — SophomoreDoubling their pleasure as identical twins.
Diane and Donna Nordman agree that two
heads are better than one. Both girls enjoy
participating in music, basketball, and tennis,
among a number of other extracurricular ac-
Sophomore — 155Robert Fuller
A quick review
Agreeing that a last minute look never hurts. Patricia Robin-
son. Betty Robinson and Ethel High, sophomores, all take a
last minute glance before the big test.
156 — Sophomore“Star Wars’’ is
Participating in various activities, sophomore Sam Laskowski enjoys adding
excitement to the side of the local hang out. the Storm Shelter. Sam is
painting a scene from this year’s favorite movie. “Star Wars."
Ja Juana Holmes
Lois Ann Huey
Sophomore — 157Jurneather Jones
Mary Lou Maldonado
Being one of those famous Dawg cheer-
Q C leaders. Charlotte Madison stops to ask
J r classmate Tina Thorton. “Where is the lit-
tle girl’s room in this place?”
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Planning the class activities for the sophomores were class parents Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Buck. One of their big responsibilities was to help plan the sopho-
more class party at the end of the year.
• Tara Moss
Renee Musgrave .
Sophomore — 159Bobbie O’Halloran
Elected as sophomore class parents were Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Wooten. They helped to plan the sophomore activities.
160 — SophomoreMr. Babb gives
Helping Cindy Osborn to figure out a math problem is Mr. Herman
Babb. Mr. Babb also teaches physics and geometry. Mr Babb
also helps to sponsor Junior Engineering Technological Society.
Sophomore — 161Sharvella Smith
Doing their part to further interest in sophomore activi-
ties were class parents Mr. and Mrs. Will Nordman.
They’ve had plenty of experience working with children
since they've reared a flock of their own.
162 — SophomoreFailure
Starting off the day with a bang were
Scott Six and Sharon Morgan. This mi-
nor collision made both of them won-
der if turning sixteen and finally getting
their license was worth waiting for.
Sophomore — 163The Altus High gymnastics team,
coached by Mrs. Sandra Burrow,
has been busy this year attending
meets and putting on perfor-
mances at halftime during foot-
ball and basketball games. They
work out every afternoon, in
preparation for meets. This sport
is a newcomer to Altus High and
requires flexibility, practice, and
coordination. Altus High School is
known for its strength in gymnas-
The gymnasts compete in var-
ious fields such as floor exercise,
uneven bars, vault, balance
beam, and the rings, which only
the boys compete in. If a team
member attends a meet, he or
she is eligible for a letter award in
Alius Twisters lor 1978 (pic 1) are Mrs
Sandra Burrow, coach, Jane Haferland,
Tom Vaught, Robin Darnell. Kayna Kohler.
Kathy Alewine. and Teresa Martin. Dem-
onstrating their flexibility (pic 2) are the
Altus Twisters, who are doing the National
Beam routines. These routines are put to-
gether by the National Olympic Commit-
tee. and must take long hours of practice
to perfect them.
166 — GymnasticsDisplaying his talent on the high rings. Tom Vaught is doing Demonstrating strength, timing, and flexibility which
an “L seat press ". are required for learning stunts on the uneven bars
is junior gymnast Kayna Kohler. She shows these
qualities by performing an "edge catch ".
Being able to do the splits is one of the top actions a gymnast can do through this exercise during daily work-out and practice.
This requires much pain and practice. These sixth hour students go
GymnasticsLady Bulldogs build
strength on sophomores
Being a young team didn’t put any
cramp on the 1978 Lady Bulldogs’
style. Eight out of the fourteen
team members were sophomores,
but these ambitious go-getters
showed determination as they de-
feated other teams that were com-
prised of mostly juniors and sen-
Connie Clark, senior forward,
was the only returning team starter
this year. She exemplified her abili-
ty by being the number one leading
scorer this season.
Wearing a new title this year, the
Lady Bulldogs brought with it a suc-
cessful and well-played season.
The girls were formerly known as
the Altus Lassies, but this year's
ladies felt the name should be
changed. So the team players,
along with the parents’ group, had
the name changed. The Ladies
were happy with their new name
and continued to strive to reach
the top of their goals!
Sayre, Oklahoma was the sight
for the Sayre Festival and the
Sayre Tournament which the Lady
Bulldogs entered and placed in.
Tossing one up for two points is Senior
standout U'Vonna Dedmon. Susan Bailey
anticipates for a rebound.
Giving instructions during time out is Coach
Randy Sullivan. Listening diligently are Julie
Davidson. Sherry Hart, Lori Garrison, Cheryl
Kilgore, and Lois Ann Huey.
168 — BasketballAltus Lady Bulldogs are (front row) Susan
Bailey. Lori Garrison. Raylene Barnes.
Dona Wooten. Julie Davidson. Diane John-
son. Pam Watson, (row 2) Coach Randy
Sullivan. Sherry Hart. Cheryl Kilgore.
U’Vonna Dedmon. Connie Clark. Gaye-
Lynn Garrett. Clara Newton. Toye Cross-
land. Lois Ann Huey. Coach Rick Moss.
Sherry Hart is open for a pass while intensly anticipating to see what
Clara Newton will do with the ball. Sherry is a sophomore guard this
year and Clara is a junior guard.
Basketball — 169v ——itr— h
Members of the 1977-78 Bulldog basketball Chandler. Kelly Risinger. David Walker. Rob Mitchell. Kevin Harrington. LeAnder
team are: (front row) Coach J.D. Johnson. Alexander, head coach Clester Harrington Thacker. Mark Foster. Kevin McGee. Cla-
Boone Copeland. Rudy Sanderson. Alvin (row 2) Coach Casta Thomas, DeWayne rence Blunt.
Altus attends holiday tourney
Giving instructions is head coach
Clester Harrington (at right) as
the Bulldogs intently listen. Bas-
ketball season was a terrific suc-
cess this year as the roundballers
held the number one rating in
class 4-A during the season.
170 — BasketballShooting for two is senior guard Rob Alex-
ander. Rob averaged 20 points per game
this year for the Bulldogs.
Falling after putting in two points in junior
center LeAnder Thacker, a bright spot in
this year’s tremendous season. Thacker
was one of the leading rebounders on this
Leaping forward for two points, Kevin Har-
rington tallies two more to help enable him
to be Altus High School’s all-time leading
Waiting and watching intensely are the
AHS coaches Clester Harrington. J.D.
Johnson, and Mark Weber. The Bulldogs
won easily in this game 82-60 over Wichita
Falls Rider. These coaches enjoyed one of
their finest seasons ever this season.
Basketball — 171Junior Varsity is good training
Members of the 1978 Bulldog junior varsity
team are (front row) Rudy Sanderson. Kirk
Nolan. James West. Robert Fuller. Terry
What would the basketball team do
without their loyal managers? They
are Randy Gilmore. Greg Stokes,
and Gregg Savera. These three
guys put in extra hours keeping up
with the team’s equipment and
books of the Bulldogs’ records.
White. Mike Pruitt. Pat Robinson, (row 2)
Coach Casta Thomas. Arthur Pitts Alan
Allies. Ray Conway. Clarence Blunt. Mark
Foster. Dane Neilson. Richard Goodlow.
Russell Jones. Coach Mark Weber
LeAnder Thacker, junior basketball standout, can
tip toe and reach nearly as high as Kevin McGee
is in this shot
David Walker, junior, placed himself on first team this season He was named co winner
along with senior Kevin Harrington for the Most Valuable Player award in the Short-
grass Invitational Tournament here this year In the leap in the picture above, he was
succeeding in another basket for two points.
Coach Clester Harrington (left), either
isn't too happy about the situation or is
anticipating what may happen Coach
Harrington coached one of the best
years ever during this 1978 basketball
Basketball — 173The Bulldog wrestlers of 1978
deserve an awful lot of credit.
These men practiced many
hard, long hours and traveled
often to different matches and
tournaments. The guys were
supported by the mat maids,
who were girls who attended
the matches and sat around
the mats yelling cheers for the
wrestlers and acted as hospi-
tality hostesses. This helped
these guys, knowing they were
being supported and that an-
other “team” was behind
Perry Cooper is a perfect example of success as a result of Bulldog
tenacity (pic 1). He struggled for a pin in this match. This was
Perry's third year on the team. Dennis Bennett, sophomore (pic 2),
confers with the man. Coach Hall, on how he’s going to take a big
pin in his next match. Dennis was an outstanding team member,
being placed on first team while a sophomore. He wrestled at 128
pounds. Kenneth Fowler (pic 3) wrestled his third season as a
senior this year. Kenneth was a big success at 157 pounds. He took
first place in the Geary, Oklahoma tournament, not to mention all
of his other wins.
174Members of the 1978 Bulldog wrestling team are (front row) PeeWee Bush (row 2) Kenny Williams. Tracy Davis. Terry Crowley. Kenneth
Dempsey. Ricky Bollenback. Chuck Mackin. Harold Ballard. Kevin Huddleston (row 3) Joe Buchannon. Dennis Bennett. David McKeaver. Kyle
Boaldin. Perry Cooper. Prather Richards. Phil Roe. Ronald High. Robert Cox. (row 4) Coach Dick Coates. Cliff Chase. Cary McGregor. Tommy
Flemons. Kenneth Fowler. Charles Cotton. Chris McElwain. Ricky Flemons. Coach Howard Hall.
Dennis Bennett (left), outstanding sophomore Bulldog wrestler,
shows his skills. Robert Cox (below), also a sophomore, was a tre-
mendous asset to the wrestling squad.
175Ricky Bolenback (at right), sophomore,
struggles to turn his man over and take a
pin. Tommy Flemons (below), sophomore,
is in quite a tangle. Tommy wrestled
heavy-weight on the B team and in some
matches, he was moved up to the A team
because his older brother Ricky didn't
quite make weight.
176 — WrestlingKyle Boaldin, senior, shifted
to different weight classes.
He started at 130, but due to
this being too small, he went
up. Kyle had a good third
Charles Cotton, senior, did a
tough job at a huge 178
pounds. This was Charles'
Ronald High, a 141 pound
senior, was tough and had a
pretty good season. Ronald
enjoyed his second season.
Senior matmen hold most
Cary McGregor, senior, wres-
tled at 168 pounds this year.
Cary did an outstanding job.
this being his third year.
Kenneth Fowler, at 157
pounds, was a mighty tough
and successful senior. Ken-
neth placed first in the tour-
nament at Geary.
Perry Cooper, 136-pounder
senior, was tough competi-
tion for all his opponents.
This was Perry's third sea-
Who would mess with heavy-
weight Ricky Flemons? Ricky
was a heavy-weight sure-win-
ning senior this year. It was
his third year.
Wrestling — 177Bulldogs end third in boomer
Teamwork along with the hard
work of each team member
played a tremendous role in
the success of the 1977 foot-
ball team. Six scoreboards this
season held favor toward the
hard-working Bulldogs. Many
tears were spared in the high
and low moments of the entire
season. The Bulldogs ended it
all by finishing in third place in
Boomer Conference and a 6-4
record. With goals of the very
highest, the Bulldogs had a
Coach Jeff Trout was added
to the coaching staff this year.
He worked with the quarter-
backs and receivers and had a
good initial year.
“Phantom Phans were en-
joyed by all the football men
when on certain football days,
pep club members were as-
signed to bring their particular
player goodies like homemade
cakes, cookies, cupcakes or
their own original recipes. This
helped promote Bulldog spirit.
At any game, a full capacity
crowd was always present
cheering the Bulldogs on and
letting the team know the
whole town was supporting
them. Crowds were often seen
at the locker room after the
games so the Bulldogs could
know their effort was well ap-
All in all, the football season
was enjoyable and Altus High
can be proud of what the guys
did this year.
Being named number one pass re-
ceived in Boomer Conference is Al Kil-
gore. senior split end. Kilgore received
a total of 46 passes for 644 yards. He
also ran some touchdowns and gained
yardage which gave a big hand in Bull-
Doing it again is junior tailback Steve McKeaver. McKeaver was often seen running down the
gridiron non-stop. He was one of the top rushers in Boomer Conference and was a large part of
Bulldog success this year.
178 — FootballMembers of the 1977 football team are the following: (front row) Boone Copeland, Scott Six, Dave Carraway, Randy Reber, Todd Mason.
Brad Leverett, Steve Powell. Jeff Hart. Melvin Martin, Steve McKeaver, Jay Durrough. Larry Madison. Ralph Curry. Dennis Bennett (row 2)
Steve Madden. Alvin Chandler. Walt Hagerty. Brian Overfield, Randy Smith, Philip Cox, Mike Crawford, Jimmy Firth, Chris McElwain, Jimmy
Summit, Ronnie Sadler, Richard Johnson. Charles Tucker. Charles Cotton(row 3) Tommy Flemons, Daniel Roblez, Gregg Graves. Ricky
Flemons. Tim Adams. Kenneth Brown. Ray Conway, Bruce Trest. Cliff Worley, Bryan Dedmon. Cletus McDonel. Gary Tyner, Kent Gambill,
Steve Easterling (row 4) Gregg Buck.Bryan Wilson, Al Kilgore. Billy Irions. Craig Stobbe. Eric Ivester. Kenny Fancher. Cary McGregor. Mike
Gibson. Nicky Gregg. Steve Jones (row 5) Managers are: Randy Tyner, Tracy Davis, Dean Colston. Coaches lined up the middle are: Head
coach David Brown. Jack Diltz. Bob Hart. Jeff Trout. Dick Coates, and Lindy Welborn.
The AHS coaching staff made a team of their own. They are: (Pic
1) David Brown (Pic 2) Jack Diltz (Pic 3) Bob Hart (Pic 4) Jeff
Trout (Pic 5) Dick Coates (Pic 6) Lindy Welborn
Altus High Bulldog managers for the 1977 season were
Dean Colston. Tracy Davis, and Randy Tyner. These three
guys were always on the move and were appreciated very
much by all the players.
Football — 179Young team
Altus 14 Lawton MacArthur 12
An outstanding defensive unit including senior standouts Cary
McGregor. Larry Madison, and Steve Powell was one key factor in
the defeat of Lawton MacArthur Highlanders by Altus Bulldogs 14-
12. Also an extra two points kicked by senior tight end Bill Irions was
a part of the win. MacArthur started the tight game with a touch-
down with no extra point to score 6-0. The Bulldogs fired back to
drive 23 yards in nine plays and Steve McKeaver scored. Irions
kicked the ball for an extra point to bring it 7-6. In the third quarter
the Bulldogs moved the ball 54 yards in five plays after senior safety
Larry Madison returned a punt to give Altus excellent field posses-
sion. Alvin Chandler finished the play with a touchdown topped off by
a kick from Irions to score 14-6. Bulldogs had it wrapped up 14-12.
Altus 20 Vernon 22
Bulldogs were defeated by the Vernon Lions 22-20. Altus scored on
their first possession and third possession by junior tailback Steve
McKeaver with the help of junior flanker Jeff Hart and senior quarter-
back Boone Copeland who completed five passes. Vernon came
back in full power for one touchdown before halftirrie to take over
the score 14-7 in Bulldogs' favor. No score was made by either team
during the rough battle in third quarter. Vernon brought the first
score in fourth quarter to make it 15-14. Altus returned in a rage with
Alvin Chandler running in another touchdown to bring the mighty
Bulldogs back in front 20-15. Vernon came back in front to top it off
and win 22-20.
Altus 28 Tulsa Hale 2
Altus scored on their first possession of the fight. A pass from Boone
Copeland to Jeff Hart brought the big score on. Copeland also ran 18
yards for another touchdown. Steve McKeaver ran two touchdowns
of 46 and 37 yards. At half time the score was tallied on the score-
board as 28-0. but when the men returned from intermission, the
Tulsa Hale Rangers scored a mere two points which are the only
points the Altus defense allowed in the game. Larry Madison, senior
safety, got two interceptions in the game and Steve Powell, senior,
and Randy Reber. junior, each intercepted a pass. Charles Tucker
jumped on a Hale fumble, which was an asset in Bulldog play. This
was the biggest defeat of the season for the Altus Bulldogs and was
also the first time the Bulldog men played Tulsa on home territory.
Altus won the game 28-2.
Barreling through, junior Tailback Steve McKeaver makes another
touchdown, this one being against Vernon. McKeaver was all power
this season. He scored the first two touchdowns against the Vernon
Lions who defeated Altus 22-20.
Getting ready for his grabs, Steve Powell awaits Larry Madison's stop
of a run by a Tulsa Hale Ranger. Altus defeated the Rangers in a spill
of 28-2. Powell and Madison were a strong defensive power in the
180 — FootballIntercepting the big pass which
brought the ball deep into Bulldog terri-
tory and causing the winning touch-
down for the Bulldogs is senior safety
Altus 6 Wichita Falls Rider 17
Altus fell to Wichita Falls Rider Raiders 17-6
in a battle that the Bulldogs weren’t willing
to lose easily. Altus out-passed the Raiders
and had more first downs, but the score was
still in Rider’s favor. The Raiders completed
three touchdowns before the hard-working
Bulldogs scored on a pass from Boone
Copeland to split end Al Kilgore. The battle
ended in a triumph for the Wichita Falls
team who departed from Altus in felicity to
travel back to their Texas home after
overthrowing the tenacious Altus Bulldogs
in a final tally on the board of 17-6.
Altus 24 Lawton High 20
Lawton opened the scoring with the first
touchdown to make it 6-0. But then senior
quarterback Boone Copeland tied it 6-6 with
a touchdown pass to Billy Irions. Lawton
then brought the score to an overtaking
score of 13-6. Bulldogs wouldn’t allow this
on homecoming night, so they slipped up
close behind 13-12 after a six yard run by
Steve McKeaver. The Wolverines then
scampered in a 91 yard touchdown to take
lead 20-12. Al Kilgore then made a touch-
down to make the winning score back in
Altus 21 Edmond 17
Altus did a tremendous job to win over the
Edmond Bulldogs 21-17, but Steve Powell
broke his arm and fell out for the season.
Altus started the game by recovering an
Edmond fumble and on the next play Boone
Copeland threw a TD pass to Al Kilgore. Ed-
mond came back to tie the score 7-7 and
then took over 14-7. Steve McKeaver came
back to make the score 14-14 after a one
yard touchdown. Edmond led at half-time
17-14. Senior Larry Madison intercepted
and brought the ball way in Bulldog territory
and McKeaver scored again to bring the
score in Altus favor 21-17 to win.
Altus 13 Moore 8
Steve McKeaver was out for the game with
an injured knee which cut down a great deal
of Bulldog running power. Dave Carraway
was also out with a leg injury. However, the
Bulldogs played well to win over Moore
Lions 13-8. Larry Madison made two inter-
ceptions in the game, one of them leading
to the winning touchdown of the game with
1:45 left in last quarter. Cornerbacks Brad
Leverett and Brian Overfield never left a
hole open and Ricky Flemons, Gary Tyner,
and Cliff Worley were as solid as steel as
they refused the Moore men. Altus came
home with a win of 13-8.
Bulldogs slide by
in homecoming 24-20
Running with everything he's got is senior fullback Walt
Hagerty. Hagerty ran a total of 51 yards in this big play
which led to a big touchdown. In this game Altus Bulldogs
defeated the Moore Lions 13 8 in a well-fought battle.
Putting the big tackle on a Lawton High man is Charles Tucker. Other
Bulldog defenders are ready to help out. Altus won over Lawton High
in this big fight.
Football — 181Altus 15 Putnam City West 20
Powerful Putnam City West Patriots patronized the Altus High
Bulldogs 20-15 in the last 35 seconds of the rough contest
with a 75 yard touchdown. This was the first loss of Altus in
Boomer Conference action. Late in the fourth quarter Steve
McKeaver raced a long 80 yards for an action-packed and
exciting touchdown which was at hand, but to the Bulldogs'
dismay. Putnam City West came back all fired up in revenge to
take priority of the final score and won 20-15.
Altus 20 Lawton Eisenhower 47
Undefeated and high powered Lawton Eisehower Eagles rolled over
Altus with a final 47-20 lead. Altus held on with all their might and
split the score with the Eagles at half-time 14-14, but as intermis-
sion closed, the Bulldogs' unknown bad fate closed in on them and
Lawton Ike came out of the dressing room with the attitude to
completely take over and win. Steve McKeaver scored all three of
Altus’ touchdowns. Boone Copeland and Al Kilgore tallied a total of
166 passsing yards. Brad Leverett, senior cornerback, suffered a
broken wrist in the battle and the saddened, but good-sported
Bulldogs returned home with a 47-20 loss, their biggest loss of the
Altus 10 Norman 8
Returning home with excitement and pride, the Altus Bulldogs
didn’t mind the ride home with a well-deserved win under their
belt. The Bulldogs defeated the Norman Tigers at the Oklahoma
University Owen Stadium in a final score of 10-8. Altus scored on a
45 yard run by junior tailback Steve McKeaver. With an extra point
the tenacious Bulldogs led the score 7-0. Then Norman came back
to out-score the unwilling Bulldogs 8-7. On a fourth down with the
ball on the Norman 28 yard line, senior tight and Billy Irions kicked
a field goal and the Altus crowd roared in all glee. The Bulldogs won
the game with that final field goal 10-8. This game ended the 1977
Bulldog football season. It was a year that was full of much exciting
action and sweat and was one that will be remembered by all who
took part in it.
Conferring with the referee before the game are defen-
sive team captains Randy Reber and Cary McGregor,
(pic 1) Reber and McGregor were two outstanding de-
fensive men on the team this year. Senior ballet pro
Larry Madison (pic 2) shows off his new talent to do
acrobatics while he knows everyone’s attention will be
on him since he's carrying the ball. Brad Leverett, sen-
ior cornerback (pic 3) attacks a Putnam City West Patri-
ot. Altus lost to the Patriots, but played a great game.
The win was a last minute surprise. Leverett broke his
wrist in the game.
182 — FootballKilgore
Appearing to be rough and tough are some of the senior members of the 1977-78 Bulldog
football team (pic 1). These men are (row 1) Eric Ivester, Al Kilgore, Dave Carraway (row 2)
Tim Adams, Brad Leverett, Gary Tyner, Larry Madison, and Walt Hagerty. Mr. Leonard Scalf
(pic 2) confers with the Pep Club president and vice-president and DeWayne Mitchell,
basketball player, about the up-coming basketball season. Mr. Scalf enjoyed his first year as
athletic director this year.
Al Kilgore, senior, was named to
the All-State team in the Tulsa
World and the Daily Oklahoman
and was selected for All-Area in
the Lawton Constitution. Kilgore
was selected for the Red River
Twenty-Two Team in the Wichita
Falls paper and in this same pa-
per, he was voted the offensive
player of the year. States Coach
David Brown, "I think he was a
pleasant surprise and he’s very
deserving of it through the hard
work and the effort and leader-
ship that he put out."
Football — 183Did you find
yourself in the
.... time women pilots trained at
Nature played havoc this year
with the California forest fires, a
dam break in Georgia and floods in
Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Because of the severe drought,
water was rationed in many parts of
Man-made catastrophies claimed
a heavy toll. Two giant 747's collided
during take-off in the Canary Islands,
leaving 582 dead.
Fire swept an oil rig in the North
Sea; grain elevators blew up for
seemingly unknown reasons and
New York suffered its second power
blackout in ....
184.... 12 years. Many people had to abandon their
homes during one of the worst snow storms ever
to hit the Midwest. Trains were stalled, communi-
cation was difficult and President Carter sent spe-
cial survival troops of the Army to help with the
Slow to make their appearance on the fashion
scene, but soon gaining popularity were soft,
bulky sweaters, sensuous satins and shimmering
Pastels were the "big” colors of the year, while
following close behind were the metallic gold, sil-
ver and bronze jackets.
Basic white still remained on the color chart,
with its hue turning to a silky, not-so-bright shade.
Stick pins were worn on cowl neck sweaters
and on shawls.
The fashionable way to wear clothes was to
wear layers upon layers upon layers of practically
Round-toed boots were overthrown by boots
with a sharper, curving toe. and with higher slen-
Hair styles went berzerk! The .......
185... wind-blown, uncombed look was defina-
tely predominate, with crimped hair being
the big rage. Curls were in.
With men's clothing, it could be said that
the fashion conscious males at Altus High
"straightened up" their wardrobes as they
replaced their bell bottom jeans with
straight legged ones.
Leaning neither toward dressiness nor
sloppiness, the "in" look for males remained
casual as they proudly supported their
“cords" of every color.
Jeans were still the most popular of all
clothing for both guys and gals.
As accents, everything from ski vests to
patched elbow blazers were used as ward-
However, still reluctant to make their way
into Altus were jumpsuits for males; the
ever-so-popular casual wear of men in the
Eventually, Richard M. Nixon came.......
. . out of seclusion to tell America on
television how he had "let the Ameri-
can people down.”
Listed high on the political scene
were some sad occurances. Senator
Hubert Humphrey died of cancer,
marking the end of a great political era.
Burt Lance, under investigation for
idsputed financial practices, resigned
as budget director.
In world affairs, a quest for peace
captured America and the world — the
bravura darinf of Anwar Sadat reaching
across a generation’s bloody enmity to
extend a hand of coexistence to Israel
.... Oil provided by the Alaskan pipeline
didn't help Florida orange producers when
they experienced a season so cold that they
could pick frozen orange juice from trees!
Women marched forward in 1977, both
together and alone. So did homosexuals,
but Anita Bryant was there to stop them.
The National Women's Conference in Hous-
ton whipped up flagwaving excitement.
To be missed the most in the years to
come were two world famous entertainers --
- Bing Crosby, the serene man who crooned
"White Christmas" died at the age of 73;
and Elvis Presley, the seething legend who
DAWG" and began the music of rock-n-roll,
died at 42. His legend lives on in his songs
.... Charley Chaplin, the "little tramp" of
silent movies also died, along with the per-
rennial New Year’s band leader, Guy Lom-
The Super Bowl saw the Denver "Orange
Crush" Broncos go down before the Dallas
Though the year of 1977-78 may have
seemed different, we were still waking up to
the gossip of Rona Barrett and the satire of
Erma Bombeck and falling to sleep at night
to the familiar Johnny Carson, just as high
school students had done for years past.
Abernathy. Eddie 72. 127
Abernathy. Paul 69. 115. 127
Abernathy. Tommy 30. 115. 117. 127
Acevedo, Tina 69. 88. 92. 127
Adams. Carol 152
Adams. Tim 127, 179
Aides, Angela 40. 71. 74. 75. 88. 91. 127.
Aides. Allan 50. 152. 172
Aldridge. Ann 152
Alexander. Lyle 142
Alexander, Mark 88
Alexander. Richard 99. 127
Alexander. Rob 51, 127. 170, 171
Alexander. Tommie 84
Aden. Connie 152
Allen. Debby 142
Aden. Donald 142
Aden, Robin 72, 92
Aden, Sabrina 142
Allison. Phillip 50
Almeter. Ann-Marie 142
Almeter. Mark 152
Alvarez. Sofia 24. 142
Alvarez. Yolanda 127, 133
Amore, Joey 142
Anderson. Connie 152
Anderson. Frank 152
Anderson. Michele 142
Anderson. Richard 99. 127
Anderson. Scott 152
Anderson. Robert 142
Arnold. Angela 64. Ill, 113, 127
Arnold. Brenda 84. 102. 127, 133
Arnold. Phyllis 102, 152
Atchley. Starla 142
Atchley. Laura 104
Atkins, Jackie 104, 152
Atkinson. Cindy 127
Austin. Donna 127
Baartman. Lorin 142
Baartman. Lynne 152
Baca. Miguel 152
Baden. Ann 40. 69. 85. 127
Bailey. Debra 40. 88. 90. 91. 142
Bailey. Susan 50. 152
Baldwin, Carey 142
Baldwin, Tamara 24. 100. 104. 127
Ballard, Harrold 152. 175
Ballard, Johnny 152
Ballard. Tuxie 152
Bantz. Ella 92. 76
Barber. Wayne 142
Barlow. Mitch 142
Barnes. Raylene 152
Barnes. Virginia 142
Barnett. Patricia 100. 127
Barrera. Johnny 83. 152
Barton. Joey 142
Barton. Juanita 152
Barton. Scott 92. 143
Barton. Sheila 85. 152
Bassett. Gaye 127
Batchelor. Eddie 152
Bauer, Mark 152
Baxter. Jerry 152
Bayless, Laura 40. 69. 70. 71. 74. 75. 88.
90. 91. 127
Bead. Alvin 142
Bead. Lee Ann 92. 118. 127
Beasley. Nancy 52, 80. 88. 91.94. 95. 96.
Bechtel. Brenda 152
Belflower. Rick 142
Bell. Blake 142
Benefee. Gary 152
Bennett. Carla 128
Bennett. Christi 142
Bennett. Dennis 50. 152, 174, 175, 179
Bennett. Jeff 92
Bergeron, Steve 152
Bevers. Jimmy 128
Bevers. Mitchell 115, 142
Bevers. Stan 98. 142
Bibb. Teri 36. 40. 68. 72. 88. 90. 91. 113.
Bingham. Burk 80. 97. 142
Birdsall, Bo 128
Blache. Elaine 102, 152
Black, Carolyn 153
Black. Cindy 153
Black. Jana 104. 153
Black. Patricia 102
Blackwell. Bonnie 86. 128
Blackwell. Lea 85. 104. 153
Blackwell. Neil 153
Blankenship, Johnny 153
Bledsoe. Vince 143
Blonien. Ann Marie 32. 36. 46. 49. 86.
103. 104. 109. 112. 114
Blonien. Danny 32. 47. 103. 153
Bloomer, Kevin 24. 68. 130
Blunt. Clarence 153. 170. 172
Boaldin. Ernie 98. 99. 128
Boaldin. Kyle 128. 175. 177
Boaldin. Robie 102. 72. 142
Bobell. John 88. 142
Bohannan, Debbi 68. 92, 118. 128
Bohannon. Robyn 153
Boles. Tracy 24. 40. 85. 86. 142
Bollenbach, Ricky 115. 153. 175, 176
Bomboy, Chuck 142
Bond, John 88. 142
Bond. Terri 72. 92, 142
Bond. Terri 88
Bone. Cheryl 153
Bone. Tressa 188. 119. 142
Booker. Angela 85. 119. 142
Booker. Craig 115. 142
Bourbeau. Sharon 142
Bovie. Lisa 104. 153
Boyd. Gloria 84. 153
Boyd. Sally 84. 128. 133
Boyer. Paullet 153
Braddock. Gayle 24. 104, 109. 111. 114
Bradley. Valerie 102, 128
Branch. Sharon 143
Bratcher. Karen 69. 72. 88. 91. 143
Breakiron. Regina 88. 153
Bridges. Anita 84
Bridges. Donna 84. 128
Brooks. JoAnn 143
Brotherton, Gary 76. 153
Brown. Debra 153
Brown. Dixie 153
Brown. John 88. 99
Brown. Judy 25. 68. 92. 110. 113. 114.
Brown. L. Kenneth 40. 153. 179
Brown. Linda 153
Brown. Lorri 88. 153
Brown. Rose 128. 143
Brown. Royce 128
Brown. Skip 32. 33. 40. 47. 49. 52. 105,
Brown Tony Leon 51. 128
Browne. Paige 24. 72. 88. 142
Bryant. Judy 153
Bryce. Gene 99. 153
Buck. Gregg 115, 143. 179
Buckner. Gary 115. 153
Buchanan. Joe 153, 175
Bufkin. Bruce 40. 88. 143
Bunting. Dennis 128
Burchill, Lori 153
Burk. Richard 79. 120. 153
Busby. Susan 143
Bush. Everett 69
Bush. Mike 52. 92. 153
Butler. Jeanne 153
Butler. John 129
Byers. Kim 48. 68. 108, 129
Byrum, Floyd Lee 143
Byrum, Keith 153
Caldwell, Sheila 76. 143
Cain. Mark 49. 88. 90. 91. 92
Capps. Beverly 40. 88. 143
Capsey. Don 153
Caldwell, Jr. Thomas 143
Campbell. Claudia 153
Campbell, Debbie 153
Campbell, Denise 153
Carline. Cindy 153
Carline. John 143
Carlton. Tony 129
Carney. Richard 143
Carrasco. Mark 154
Carraway. Dave 37. 79. 116. 117, 126,
129. 179, 181
Carroll. Laura 143
Carson. Bruce 129
Carson. Gentry 154
Carson. Etorshi T. 143
Case. Pat 154
Case. Teresa 85. 154
Case. Penny 80. 92. 96. 143
Case. Randy 154
Cash. Terry 143
Castillo. Ricky 129
Castillo, Tony 72. 79. 96. 97. 129
Castillo, John 83. 143
Castner. Keith 113. 115. 127. 129
Castillo, Israel 154
Causey. Mike 92. 129
Causey. Robin 72. 85. 143
Chambers. Mark 99. 154
192 — IndexChambliss. Beverlyn 24. 92
Chance. Don 80. 96. 97. 154
Chandler, Alvin 170, 179, 180
Chandler, Patricia 154
Chapman. Nancy 143
Chase, Mike 88. 154
Chase. Cliff 143. 175
Cheaney. Ricky 143
Chivers. Donna 24. 52. 76. 79. 82. 83. 143
Chronister. Rob 69. 70. 74. 75. 80. 85. 95.
Clark. Connie 143
Clements. Carla 88, 91. 143
Clements. Marla 88. 91. 143
Clemons. Kimberly 88. 91. 154
Coats, Vickie 129
Coffin. Jackie 154
Coffin. Becky 100. 143
Cofield, Brent 115, 154
Coleman. Delicia 102, 143
Coleman. James 154
Collier. Gaylon 143
Collier, James 115
Collier, Tammy 25. 104, 154
Collins, Randall 88. 143
Collins, Teresa 143
Colston, Dean 68. 129, 179
Combs. Wendy 88. 91. 129. 133
Combs. Harold 154
Connell. Michelle 24. 85. 104. 154
Connelly, Tom 143
Conner, Butch 115. 129
Conway. Pam 84, 154
Conway. Ray 51. 99. 143. 172. 179
Cook. Barbara 129
Cook. Charles 154
Cook. William 143
Cooper, Perry 37. 69. 72. 129. 174. 175,
Copeland. Boone 37. 127, 129, 170. 179,
Coppock. Lisa 88. 100. 143
Corey, Flint 32. 69. 103. 128. 130
Cornelius. Burk 154
Cornelius. Rhonda 130
Cossey. Lisa 30. 40. 80. 81. 86. 94. 100.
104. 109. 118. 130
Cotton, Charles 175. 177. 179
Covich. Dan 72. 144
Cox. Phillip 144. 179
Cox. Robert 50. 116, 154. 175
Crawford. Daryl 154
Crawford. Mike 179
Crismon. Kay 33. 46. 144
Crossland, Teri 25. 38. 68. 80. 81. 96.
Crossland. Toye 25, 65. 154
Crovo, Bill 154
Crovo. Michelle 88. 154
Crowley. Noel 51. 92. 93. 144
Crowley, Terry 154, 175
Csorosz. Carolyn 31. 40. 68. 80. 85. 92,
94. 96. 104. 107. 109. 112. 113. 114,
Curry. Ralph 130. 179
Cumbus. Craig 69. 144
Cummings. Durenda 154
Cummings. Raymond 99. 130
Dagley, Diane 85. 154
Dakil. Jan 104. 154
Dantzler, Nancy 40. 69. 88. 91. 113. 114.
Darnell. Trudy 102, 144
Davenport. David 69. 88. 91. 131
Davidson. Gayla 119. 144
Davidson, Jeffery A. 21.32. 33. 40. 48. 68.
Davidson, Julie 154
Davis. Dale 99. 144
Davis. Debbie 104
Davis. Janice 144
Davis. Joe 144
Davis. Pam 24. 104. 154
Davis, Tracy 40. 144. 175. 179
Deal, Joey 88. 91. 144
Dean. Brad 144
Dedmon. Bryan 72. 144, 179
Dedmon. U’Vonna 72, 130
DeFord. Renee 40. 92. 104. 109. 130
DeHoogh, Jeff 144
DeHoogh, Joe 154
DeLaRosa, Frances 65. 82. 130
Delgadillo. Roberto 154
Delgadillo. Rudy 144
Delgado. Lee 130
Delgado. Lorraine 24. 100. 144
Delzer, Robin 144
Dempsey. Kenneth 154. 175
Dennie. Ronnie 154
Derr. Janee Faye 155
Diamond. Ramona 88. 155
Diamond, Richard 88. 155
Dickenson. Cheryl 92. 130
Dickenson. Melody 85. 104. 155
Diefenderfer. Steve 155
Dietz, James 76
Dillon. Carolyn 76. 92. 155
Dixon. Kelly 72. 77. 79. 85, 144
Dixon. Susan 38. 51. 68. 104. 109. 130
Dockum. Debbie 144
Dominguez. Delores 155
Donahoe, Sandra 155
Donnell. Brenda 84. 155
Donnell. Eugene 14. 51. 84. 144
Doran, Erin 65. 72. 88. 91. 130
Dorman. Beverly 51. 144
Dorsey. LaQuita 144
Dougherty. Liz 51, 104, 107. 130
Doughty. Melissa 144
Downs, Freddy 99. 130
Downs. Greg 144
Drake. Kathy 88. 91. 144
Drake. Valynda 79, 155
Dreschler. Janet 76. 88. 155
Drone. Tim 144
Drury. Kevin 144
Drury. Lucy 24. 74. 92. 130
Duckworth. Kathi 88. 91. 100. 131
Duckworth. Kevin 98. 99. 118. 142. 144
Dudeck. David 99. 144
Duncan, Devin 155
Duncan. Troy 155
Durrough, Edward 155
Durrough. Jay 51. 144. 179
Duval, April 25. 69. 88. 131
Duval. Robert 115
Dwyer. David 83. 155
Dyer. Donna 131
Dyer. Linda 78. 79. 155
Easterling. Steve 155, 179
Edwards. Doug 155
Eiler. Danny 98. 155
Eiler. Debbie 144
Eldred. Carla 131
Emmett. Margie 79. 92. 104. 155
Englar. Jeff 88. 144
English. Debbie 51. 72. 82. 83. 116. 145
English. Tom 88. 155
Estes. Connie 72. 92. 104. 145
Etherton. Andy 155
Etter. Vicki 155
Evans. Becky 24. 88. 131
Evans. Cyndi 155
Evans. Jeanny 145
Evans. Tim 88. 155
Everett. Paul 72. 85. 145
Everett. Teresa 92. 131
Fall. Pam 145
Falls. Brian 145
Fancher, Kenny 72. 145. 179
Fancher, Tracy 24. 65. 104. 145
Fanning, Paul 98. 118. 130. 131
Farquhar. Bruce 115. 118. 131
Faske, David 155
Featherston. Shannon 38. 65. 69. 81. 88.
90. 91. 92. 94. 116. 117. 131
Felty. Anita 92. 98. 104. 109. 113. 114.
Felty. Jana 68. 72. 92. 104, 145
Ferrier, Wayne 155
Fields. L. Thomas
Firth. Jimmy 96. 155. 175
Fisher, Shannon 76. 145
Fitzsimmons. Adena 155
Fitzsimmons, Jeanene 155
Fleming. Alfred 51. 84
Fleming. Brenda 82. 102, 145
Flemons. Rickey 84. 131. 175. 177. 179.
Flemons. Tommy 155, 175. 176. 179
Flood. Calvin 155
Flood. Kathy 69. 74. 75. 131
Flores. Edward 155
Flores. Linda 145
Flores. Richard 92. 131
Flores. Junior (Serapio) 85. 131
Force. Jucy 145
Ford. Sherril 100, 104. 145
Fornal. Marc 131
Foster. Mark 116. 155. 170. 172
Fowler. Kenneth 115. 174, 175, 177
Freed. Brenda 88. 155
Fuller. Robert 40. 156. 172
Funk. Lynda 156
Funk. Toni 72, 145
Index — 193Fuqua. Sharon 92, 40. 131
Gaines. Sandra 40. 68. 88. 91. 145
Gallardo. Carlos 40. 83. 116. 156
Gallop. Joey 99
Galvin. Carrie 145
Gambill. Denise 104, 156
Gambill. Kenneth 98. 115. 132. 156. 179
Gambill. Sandy 92, 130. 132
Garcia. Janie 156
Garcia. Pedro 145
Gardner, Maxina 145
Gardner, Richard 132
Garrett. Gaye Lynn 51. 104. 145
Garrett. Jennifer 86. 145
Garrett. Lori 104. 156
Garrison. Linda 72, 145
Garrison. Lori Lori 50. 156
Garrison. Lydia 46. 93. 156
Garrison. Tommy 145
Gaver, Robin 88. 156
Gaver. Carl 132
Geigle. James 88. 145
Gensman. Stephany 92. 145
Gerhart. Kathy 50. 104, 156
Gibson. Gregory 50. 156
Gibson. Stanley 84, 98. 145
Gifford. Scott 132
Gifford. Sue 156
Gilbert. Paula 83, 104, 156
Gilliam. David 99. 132
Gilliam. Robert 88. 145
Giles. Mike 85. 156
Gilmore. Randy 156
Gilpatrick. Kenneth 98. 156
Gilreath, Vanesa 104. 132
Gipson. Mike 156. 179
Gipson. Pam 132
Glatt. Lonny 132
Glavin, Carrie Francis
Goddard. David 156
Gomeringer. Fred 145
Gomeringer. Lisa 32. 104. 156
Goodlow. Richard 172
Goodlow, Lanessa 133
Gormley. Robert 115
Gossage. John 156
Graham. Eric 40. 98. 99. 118, 129. 132
Graham. Jeff 40. 51. 69. 145
Gray. Becky 132
Gray. Jamie 25. 74. 75. 92. 132
Gray. Karen 72, 145
Graves. Greg 51, 115. 179
Green. Renee 145
Gregg. Julie 69. 85. 92. 104. 145
Gregg. Nicky 40. 156. 179
Gregg. Steven 99
Griffen. Shirley 102. 145
Griffith. Jamie 156
Griggs. Wille Mae 84. 132. 133
Guenther. Karen 82. 83. 104. 156
Guyn, James 156
Hagerty. Walt 25. 80. 94. 132. 179. 181
Hall. Tim 92. 146
Hall. Veronica 156
Hamel. Stephen Craig 156
Hamilton, Cathy 40. 132
Hampton. Lisa 88. 91. 100, 132
Haning. Ramona 92. 117, 146, 151
Hankins. Barry 156
Hanmack. Dennis 100
Hans, James 112. 113. 114. 132
Harding. Bill 40. 69. 70. 72. 88. 91. 128.
Harmon. Glenn 146
Harness. Scott 132
Harper, Lisa 104. 156
Harrington. Kevin 51. 80. 95, 132, 170.
Harrington. Tracey 33. 46. 51, 108, 113,
Harris, Darla 74. 132
Harris, Debbie 146
Harris, Gayle 83, 156
Harris. Linda 156
Harris. Tommy 72, 75. 133
Hart. Jeff 116. 117, 146. 148. 179. 180
Hart. Sherri 50. 116. 117, 154. 156
Hartronft. Dean 99. 133
Hartsell. Bill 39. 72. 128. 133
Hastings, Brian 156
Hastings. Michele 24. 69, 133
Hawkins. Natalie 156
Hawthorne. David 133
Hendrson, Scott 51. 69. 80. 94. 95, 113,
Hendrix, Steve 133
Herbert. Gina 156
Hernandez. Danny 146
Hibbard. Kirby 157
Hicks. Brenda 25. 92, 133
Hicks. Rusty 157
High. Marie 156, 157
High. Ronald 72. 133, 175. 177
Hill. Donna 46. 72. 133
Hill. Janice 77. 79. 104, 157
Hill, Lynette 25. 76. 133
Hill, Teresa 157
Hinojosa. Ruben 157
Hinton, Roger 146
Hitt, Dianne 104. 157
Hobbs, Chris 146
Hoffman, Ginger 133
Hofmann. Scott 93. 133
Hoffmeier, Debbie 69. 133
Holmes. JaJuana 157
Holman. Donny 50. 157
Holman. Sidney 51. 74. 75. 110. 112. 113,
114, 116, 133
Holt. Barry 115
Holt. Janet 100. 146
Holt. Jonathan 157
Holt. Valarie 102
Honeycutt. Anne 32, 33. 47. 133
Honeycutt. Donna 146
Hornbake. Kelley 146
Howard. Zack 79. 88. 106. 157
Howard, Joe 115, 133
Howell. Nancie 146
Howland, Brenda 157
Howland. Jeri 146
Howland. Kenneth 146
Huddleston. Charles 146
Huddleston, Greg 146
Huddleston. Kathy 24. 157
Huddleston. Kevin 157. 175
Hudson, Robert 146
Huey. Clark 40. 41. 48. 64. 49. 116. 117,
Huey. Lois Ann 157
Huff. Marlyn Joann 72. 146
Huffer. June 88. 133. 136
Hughen, Debbie 157
Hughes. Davied 157
Hukill, James 115, 157
Hukill, Joe 146
Hukill, Margaret 133
Hunt. John 88. 146
Hunter, Craig 51. 146
Hunter. Kathleen 40. 78, 83. 104. 157
Hunter. Lisa 85. 104. 157
Hunter, Sheila 74. 75. 100. 133
Hurd. Eric 157
Hurt. Bobby 157
Hutton, Nancy 133
Ingham, Kenneth 88. 157
Irwin. Christina 83. 88. 157
Igner. Kay 84. 100, 104
Igner, Linda 84. 146
Irons. Billy 134. 179, J80. 181
Ivester, Eric 18. 40. 69. 113. 114.134. 179
Jackson. Nita 119. 134
Jackson. Willie 50
Jameson. Kim 115, 157
Jasinski. Randy 134
Jameson. Steve 115. 134
Jefferson. CJ. 157
Jefferson. Harold 88
Jefferson. Kenneth 50
Jefferson, Naomi 84, 146
Jenkins. Marsha 84. 157
Jenkins. Marsha 84. 157
Jenkins. Tamara 51. 68. 92, 104, 134
Jett. Jeff 88. 146
Jett, Raymond 134
Jewett. Debbie 50
Jimenez, Grace 146
Jimenez. Isabelle 157
Johnson. Angelette 84. 102. 157
Johnson. Betty 146
Johnson. Deborah 134
Johnson. Diane 50. 77. 79. 88. 157
Johnson. Richard 179
Johnson. Rita 104, 157
Johnson. Rose 157
Johnson. Rusty 157
Jones, Angie 146
Jones, Ann 134
Jones, Carl 157
Jones. Jim 113, 146
194 — IndexJones. Jimmy 69. 88. 99. 114
Jones. Jurneathea 88. 158
Jones. Karen 88. 158
Jones. Karen 88. 146
Jones. Linda 158
Jones. Mike 69. 134
Jones. Rhoda 24. 146
Jones. Russell 50. 88. 158, 172
Jones. Steve 146. 179
Jones. Tammy 50. 88. 92. 158
Jones. Timothy 51. 100. 147
Jones. Veronica 134
Jones. Zappard 102. 147
Josey. Kenny 79. 115, 158
Jouett. Debbie 88. 158
Karr. Kathy 71. 74. 92. 134
Kastner, Honer 14. 24. 40. 65. 80. 81. 86.
96. 104. 147
Kastner. Rick 115, 158
Kastner. Tracie 40. 83. 88. 91. 158
Keene. Nick 147
Kellingsworth. Gena 147
Kern. Sherry 88. 102. 147
Kibbe. Mark 143
Kilgore. Al 40. 64. 134. 179. 181. 178
Kilgore. Cheryl 109. 119. 133. 134
Killebrew. Larry 92. 98. 99. 134
Killian. Cindy 158
Killian. Maxie 134
Kimbrel. Tammy 69. 85. 92. 142, 147
Kincannon. Phyllis 25. 40. 80. 81. 86. 94.
104, 109. 114. 134
Kinney. Jill 24. 69. 79. 134
King. Glenn 69. 134
King. Robin 83. 134
Kirby. Kyle 25. 135
Kirby. Terri 104. 158
Kirklannd. Karen 119
Kirkland. Pam 135
Kitchens. Chesley 158
Kizziar. Barbara 40. 80. 81. 86. 96. 104.
Knox. Barry 115, 142. 147
Knox. Marshall 147
Kohler. Kayna 147
Kohler. Kevin 88. 98. 99. 118. 135
Konen. Bob 135
Kraljev. Ben 71. 74. 75. 135
Koukal. Rhonda 147
Kowaleski. Tony 72
Kreiling. Mark 158
Kuykendall. LeAnn 40. 92. 93
Ladd. Ronald 115, 147
Lane. Don 47. 158
Lasuter. James 158
Laskowski. Julie 72. 83. 104. 147
Laskowski. Sam 88. 157
Lauderdale. Joe 32. 40. 46. 158
Lawrence. Sheryl 88. 91. 147
Lawhorn. Paul 158
Lawson. Tina 76. 78. 104. 158
Lee. Bud 147
Lee. Kathy 147
Lee. Richard 158
Lee. Robert 135
Leflett, Terri 24. 135
Leistner. Michael 135
Leistner, Steve 158
Lemaster. Cody 59. 158
Lemieux, Robert 147
Lenard. Roy 135
Leverett. Brad 39. 40. 68. 135. 179. 181
Levesque. Chris 147
Lewis. Clay 72. 147
Lewis. James 158
Leyton. Linda 83. 158
Leyton. Virginia 82. 83. 135
Linden. Carole 24. 82. 147
Linden. Janet 25. 82. 133. 135
Lingle. Joey 110. 113. 135
Linton. Linn 135
Lionel. Kimberly 119
Lipscomb. Jackie 84. 135
Lipscomb. Jeanne 119. 135
Litsch. Kelley 68. 46. 110. 111. 113. 114.
Little. James 158
Littlejohn. Rita 74, 75. 100. 135
Loche. Donna 72, 147
Long, Malissa 147
Long. Raymond 158
Longoria. Lucy 158
Loper. Don 99. 136
Lopez. Anita 90. 92
Lopez. Paul 98. 147
Lott. Gary 147
Luebking. Donna 100. 136
Lumry, Karen 104, 158
Lynch. Lea Ann 158
Lyons. Linda 147
Maahs. Michael 147
Mackin. Chuck 99. 147. 175
Madden. Steve 147, 179
Madison. Charlotte 40. 106. 158
Madison. Larry 136. 179. 180. 181
Mahan. Tim 69. 88. 91. 136
Maldonado. JoAnn 147
Maldonado. Mary Lou 158
Malena. Debbie 92. 136
Malina. Mary 102
Manley. Gayle 100. 147
Marcha. Phil 33. 47. 136
Marien, Chris 33. 46, 104
Marker. Mary 147
Marlin. Ken 40. 47. 72. 82. 83. 147
Marlin. Marie 92. 142. 147
Marple. Keith 72, 147
Martin. David 92. 120. 147
Martin. Donna 25. 92. 136
Martin. Melvin 136. 179
Martin, Vanesa 133, 136
Martinez. Jimmy 115, 158
Mason. Cherie’ 32. 33. 47. 103, 112. 112.
Mason. Patty 104. 158
Mason. Todd 79. 158. 179
Matthias. Mary 148
Maxwell. Kim 76. 104. 120. 136
Mayberry. Lee 71. 100
McAllister. Billy 159
McAllister. Linda 148
McBride. Vicki 148
McConnell Kimberly 136
McCarty. Kevin 148
McCarver. James 72. 88. 136
McConnell. Kim 83. 104
McCutchen. Pam 148
McDonel. Cleatus 159. 179
McDowell. Rodney 159
McElwain. Chris 148. 175. 179
McGee. Kevin 50. 159, 170. 173
McGrath. Ronnie 40. 69. 136
McGrath. Tracy 15. 40. 80. 81. 86. 96.
McGraw. Beth 88. 91. 100. 72. 148
Randy McCloud 136
McGregor. Alan 32. 79, 159
McGregor. Cary 127. 136. 175. 177. 179.
McGrory, Tom 148
McGruder. Brenda 79
McGuire. DeAnna 158
McGruder. Bill 136
McGruire. Michelle 72. 100
Mcllnay, John 33. 40. 46. 136
McKeaver. Andra 159
McKeaver. David 98. 148. 175
McKeaver. Steve 51. 148. 178. 179. 180.
McKee. Janet 136
McKinley. Bonnie 65. 100. 118, 136
McKinley. Ro ert 32. 50. 103. 159
McKinney. Pamela 136
McNeil. Kim 72
Mealer. Terry 100. 136
Meeler. Brenda 72. 148
Meeler. William 136
Medders. Dewayne 99. 159
Medlock, George 159
Metcalf. Jim 91. 159
Metcalf, Kenna 113, 115. 142. 148
Miller. Deborah 14. 104. 148
Miller. Duwane 148
Miller. Harold 115
Miller. Keith 115. 137
Miller. Mike 137
Miller. Mindy 40. 65. 69. 74. 75. 82. 83.
88. 91. 133. 137
Miller, Pam 79. 104, 159
Miller, Teresa 88. 100. 148
Millet. Elton 159
Milton. Rhonda 24. 39. 40. 48. 52. 64. 69.
86. 104. 109. 137
Mitchell. Dewayne 170
Mitchell. Sharon 69. 88. 90. 91. 92. 137
Moistner. Danita 137
Molina. Mary 83. 148
Moore. Linda 137
Moore, Phyllis 159
Moreau. Brad 115, 159
Morgan. Barbara 159
Morgan. Jamer 159
Morgan. Sharon 83. 88. 159. 163
Morgan. Suzanne 88. 148
Morozoff. Scott 25. 69. 72. 148
Marysue. Morton 137
Morren. Mike 115. 159
Morren, Steve 118. 148
Index — 195Morris, Jimmy 93. 118. 148
Morris. Lynna 40. 92. 104. 130. 137
Morris. Shawn 159
Morrison. Greg 100. 137
Morrison. Julie 137
Morton. Maryse 24
Mosler, Cynthis 148
Moss. Tara 15. 24. 50. 52. 79. 159
Motheral. Debbie 69, 72. 88. 148
Mowdy. Vonda 25. 148
Murphy. Candace 137
Murphy. Candace 137
Murphy. Dennis 148
Murphy. Tim 159
Musgrave. Renee 77. 79. 104, 159
Myers. Ricky 159
Nagy. Walter 137
Narien. Christine 148
Napuunoa, Kim 159
Nash. Darrell. 72
Nathe. Paula 68. 77. 79. 85. 104. 148
Neal. Diana 137
Negron. Steve 148
Neilson, Dane 50. 159. 172
Nelson, Phil 148
Newman. Roxanne 159
Newton. Claire 51. 148
Nichols. Cynthia 51. 74. 137
Nolan. Kirk 158. 159. 170
Nolen. Darla 148
Nordman, Diane 85. 155. 159
Nordman. Donna 40. 85. 86. 104. 155.
Nucci. Robert 137
Obenhaus, Kevin 115, 159
Oberpriller. Barry 137
Overpriller. Cathie 72. 92
Oden. Andy 40. 46. 49. 52. 68. 70. 71. 74.
O'Hair. Brian 150
O’Hair. Dan 85. 159
O’Halloran, Bobbie 160
Ortega. Louis 99. 137
Ortega. Mark 98. 148
Osborn, Cindy 160. 161
Otis. Orlando 91. 160
Otten. Donna 137
Overcast. Shelly 25. 92. 104. 109. 137
Overfield. Brian 137. 179. 181
Owens. Henry 84. 148
Owens. Laurie 88. 91. 160
Paramore. Nichole 160
Parker. Eliazbeth 25. 70. 74. 75. 104. 109.
Parker. Margaret 72. 88. 91. 137
Parrish. Andrea J. 64. 138
Parrish. Andreia L. 46. 110, 112, 113, 114.
Parrish. Cheryl 160
Parsley. Melody 160
Patterson. Rhonda 100, 130, 138
Payne. Kendall 138
Payne. Kim 148
Peard. Claire 24. 119, 138
Penoyer. Natalie 160
Perkey, Jerry 68. 100. 138
Petkoff. Jimmy 115. 138
Pettit. Martha 33. 72. 147
Peyton. Payla 24. 104. 160
Peyton. Perry 115, 148
Phelps. Janet 25. 40. 72. 86. 148
Phillips. Darrell 160
Phillips. Tommy 51. 149
Phillips. Renee 68. 82. 108. 138
Pitts. Arthur 172
Pixley, Kenny 72. 88. 149
Plato. Scott 149
Pogue. Lori 160
Pogue. Terri 22.214.171.124. 106. 133. 138
Poole. Troy 149
Porter. Mona 104. 160
Porterfield. Danny 160
Powell. Amy 85. 88. 160
Powell. Steve 40. 48. 138. 179. 180. 181
Powell. Vicky 119, 149
Price. Cheryl 160
Price. Elizabeth 149
Price. Frankie 82. 149
Privett, Janet 33.40. 46.51.92. 104. 113.
114. 116. 142. 149
Prock. Kevin 68. 77, 79, 88, 91. 149
Propps. Diana 25. 51. 64. 80. 81. 85. 86.
94. 95. 96. 104. 109. 114. 138
Pruitt. Mike 172
Puckett. Jim 46. 149
Puckett. Terri 138
Ragar, Twila 76. 160
Raiden. Gwendolyn 138
Rankhorn, James 99. 138
Ratcliff. Brett 138
Ratcliff. Bruce 149
Rathke. James 83. 160
Rahtke, Pattie 72. 92. 149
Ray. Becky 40. 160
Ray, Susan 138
Reber. Randy 51. 69, 116. 117. 145. 180
Rector. Russel Dennis 160
Reed. Brenda 88. 90. 92. 113. 114. 133.
Reed, Philip 78. 79. 160
Reichenbach. Cheryl 49
Reichert. Stanley 98. 118. 138
Reimer. Kelly Sue 72. 88. 90. 92. 149
Reinschmiedt. Kathy 69. 88. 149
Reynard. Elizabeth 138
Reynolds. Bobby 33. 40. 46. 82. 83. 88.
Reynolds. Cindy 138
Reynolds. Dane 160
Rice, Rocky 149
Rice. Tamara 160
Richards. Prayther 175
Richard. Robert 138
Richardson, Rita 102. 104. 138
Richeson, Charla 40. 80. 83. 96. 97. 106.
Richeson. LeAnn 12. 17. 24. 80. 81. 85.
88. 90. 96. 130. 133. 138
Richeson. Jea Ann
Riley. Earie 149
Ringuette. Don 183
Risinger. Dona 119, 138
Ritenour. John 69. 72. 80. 88. 69. 72. 80.
88. 96. 138
Ritenour. Kate 72. 88. 49
Roach. Michael 160
Roberson. Carl 139
Roberts. Beverly 76. 133. 139
Roberts. Dale 115, 149
Roberts. Elda 115. 139
Roberts. Lisa 109. 199. 139
Robertson. Troy 98. 160
Robinson. Betty 156, 160
Robinson. Ikeither 160
Robinson, Pat 50. 172
Robinson. Patricia 156, 160
Robinson, Steve 149
Robinson. Wilma 139
Roblez. Daniel 179
Roblez. Damian 160
Roblez. Linda 100. 149
Roblez. Marcello 160
Roblez. Susan 149
Rochelle. David 98. 149
Rodgers. James 76. 88. 149
Rodrigues. Jeanette 25. 69. 139
Rodrigues. Yolanda 83, 160
Roe. Kim 25. 92. 104. 109. 139
Roe. Phil 160. 175
Roesch, Cheryl 76. 92, 149
Rogers. Harlan 72. 142, 149
Rogers. Pam 88. 91. 139
Rogers. Vivian 100, 149
Roland. Randy 88. 149
Rollins. Nancy 65, 100. 139
Romines. David 15. 32, 161
Roxx. Warren 92. 161
Rovell, Kevin 88. 161
Ruiz. Rosa Linda 139
Rushing. Jimmy 139
Rushing. Laura 76. 139
Russell. Megan 25. 68. 72. 80, 81. 86. 96.
104. 107. 109. 127. 139
Russum, Brenda 100. 104, 149
Sadler. DeLynda 127. 133
Sadler. Ronnie 99. 149, 179
Sadler. Sara 72. 92. 104. 149
Sager. Coleen 88. 91. 161
Saindon. Pat 68. 88. 149
Saker. Mike 85. 161
Salazar. Jesse 161
Salazar. Lidia 161
Salazar. Mary 161
Salmon. Kelli 79. 83. 104. 161
Salone. Michael 51
Salvaggio. Teresa 88. 92. 149
Sanchez. Gloria A. 92. 139
Sanchez. Merida 102. 150
Sanders. Dedra 150
Sanders, Sandra 104, 161
Sanderson. Rusty 150. 170
Sanderson. Rudy 99. 172
Santiago. Ed 139
Sasse. Rhonda 88. 91. 92. 150
196 — IndexSavera. Greg 161, 172
Savera. Shawn 24. 72. 92. 150
Scalf. Leon 98. 161
Scalf. Mike 14. 88. 161
Schenkel. Rieks 88. 91, 150
Schulz. Mark 161
Schwartz. Ada JoAnn 139
Schweitzer. Harold 161
Scoggin. DeeAnn 24
Scott. Laurie 40. 77. 78. 79. 104. 116,
117. 153. 161
Scott. Susan 40. 72. 100, 104, 109. 139
Sears. Jamie 88. 91. 150
Sears. Jan 40. 48. 64. 72. 85. 133. 139
Seay. Alvin 161
Secrest. Melinda 86. 104, 161
Seeberger. Karen 51. 69. 88. 150
Servantez. Louis 161
Sevedge. James (Mike) 88. 91. 100. 139
Sevedge, Vernon 161
Sevenson, Tony 150
Sharp. Tori 88. 91. 161
Sharpe. Mark 31. 32. 33. 40. 46. 68. 103.
Shaw. Angela 161
Shelly. Mark 161
Shiplet. Charles 115. 150
Shirey. Mike 161
Shivers. Cordia 139
Shriver. Bobby 99
Shriver. Mickey 150
Short. Terry 150
Shumaker. Mike 88. 150
Sides. Lori 25. 69. 74. 92. 139
Signorelli. James 72. 150
Signorelli. Paul 115. 139
Simco, Stuart 51. Ill, 113. 114. 139
Simpson. Ernest 115. 150
Sims. Terri 100. 139
Singleton. Davey 99. 150
Singleton. Tina 85, 161
Sirmons. Bettye 161
Six. Scott 50. 152, 161. 163. 179
Skidmore. Paul 161
Slack. Cheryl 161
Smiley. Mary 139
Smith. Aileen 161
Smith. Bob 69. 128. 139
Smith. Brenda 161
Smith. Cindy 108. 113. 114. 150
Smith, Connie 32. 78, 103. 161
Smith. Darrell 99. 139
Smith. Jessie 119. 139
Smith Kimothy 68. 79, 88. 91. 149. 150
Smith. Melissa 85. 86. 104, 161
Smith. Pam 159
Smith. S. Randy 40. 48. 140. 150. 179
Smith, Robin 150
Smith. Sharvella 104. 162
Smith. Sheila 88. 162
Smith. Tim 162
Smith William 115, 140
Snow. Eddie 69. 83. 140
Snyder. Kevin. 80. 113. 114. 132. 140
Snyder. Sheryl 88. 91. 150
Southall. C. Brent 110. 113. 115. 150
Speer. Debra 40. 46. 120. 150
Speer. Donita 72. 88. 91. 140
Spelde. Gerri 76. 79. 150
Spruiell. Saundra S. 40. 41. 51. 64. 69. 80.
81. 86. 96. 104, 109. 111. 112. 113.
114. 115, 130. 140
Statler, Elizabeth 150
Stauffer. Sara 80. 85. 96. 104. 162
Stephens. Jeri 69. 72. 140
Stephenson, Rob 115, 140
Stevenson. Sherra 92. 100. 104. 150
Stewart. Janet. Lynn 118. 1119. 150
Stickney. Ramona 85. 162
Stillwell. Zachary 69. 140
Stinson. Shelee, 100. 150
Stobbe. Craig 40. 49. 80. 110. Ill, 113.
114. 140, 179
Stokes. Gregg 162. 172
Stokes. Karen 100, 149
Stoner. Dannie 130, 140
Studer. Becky 92. 140
Studer, Joyce 162
Summitt. Jim 32. 140. 179
Summitt. Sannon G. 140
Sutherland. Danny 140
Sutton. Steve 69. 72. 150
Swenson, Tony 92
Sydlo. Sylvie 76. 85. 88. 91. 100. 150
Tafoya. Carrie 162
Tafoya. Melody 72. 85. 150
Talley. Susan 72. 88. 150
Tamez, Felix 162
Taylor. Pam 84. 104. 162
Taylor, Steve 162
Teal. Renee 83. 106. 162
Teetsell, Debbie 32. 103. 140
Teigen. Pam 51. 72. 80. 81. 96. 108. 114.
Thacker. Jill 41. 52. 74.75. 104. 109. 116.
Thacker. Leander 150. 170, 171
Thomason. Ben Mike 115, 140
Thomason. Steven 140, 118
Thompson. Kenny 162
Thompson. LaDaun 104, 162
Thompson. Linda 140
Thompson. Terri 119
Thornton. Tina Kay 83. 158. 162
Thrower. LaSonya 162
Thurmond. Penny 136
Thurmond. Randy 79. 162
Thurmond. Tammy 83. 104. 162
Thurmond. Ty 162
Tiernan. James 162
Tipton. David 151
Tipton. Jesse 17. 162
Todd, Michael 140
Tolbert. Gail 102
Tolbert. Michelle 102. 151
Tolbert. Sonia 140
Torres. Miriam 162
Townzen, Doug 140
Traylor. Vernon 151
Trest, Bruce 140. 179
Trevett. Martial 162
Troester. Angela 40. 140
Truax. Becky 33. 40. 46.51,88. 116. 117.
142. 144. 151
Tucker. Charles 40. 51.68. 120. 151. 179.
Tudor. Phil 72
Turner. Lori 88. 162
Turner. Mattie DeAnn 140
Turner. Ron 88. 151
Tuttle. DeAnn 88. 162
Tuttle. Kevin 40. 88. 99. 140
Tyner. Gary 40. 140. 179. 181
Tyner. Randy 162. 179
Vaillancourt. Becky 162
Vaillancourt. Beth 64. 69. 85. 88. 151
Vancleave. Kerry 98. 151
Vanderkolk. Renee 85. 162
Vanderkolk, Rhea 85. 162
Varner. Hovart 100. 141
Vassella. David 33. 47. 141
Vassella. Lyn 40. 79. 83. 86. 104. 162
Vaughn. Sherry 76. 79. 83. 151
Vaught. Tom 162
Veach, Cheyenne 76. 152
Villarreal. Debbie 40. 104. 162
VinYard. Dan 115, 141
Vinyard. Sam 115, 141
Vimoktayon. Bejamas 151
Waldrop. Renee 17. 80. 81. 85. 94. 104.
107. 109, 113. 114. 141
Walker. Cindy 151
Wall. Vanisa 83. 151. 40
Walker. Carol 25. 68. 151
Walker, Craig 69. 141
Walker. David 51. 98. 151. 170. 173
Walker. Jeff 151
Wallace. Michelle 151
Walstad. Barbara 68. 151
Walston. Karen 46. 88
Watson. Don 141
Watson. Jacqueline 84. 88. 91. 141
Watson. Jaye 88. 162
Watson. Pam 51. 151
Watson. Willa 162
Wayland. Bill 98
Webb. Brenda 25. 69. 80. 81. 88. 91. 97.
Wert. Teresa 162
Welch. Beth 62
Welch. Denise 141
Welch. Stephan 115. 141
West. Barbara 84. 102. 104, 118. 151
West. James 50. 162
West. Katie 162
Westlake. Debbie 77. 79. 162
White. Janice 162
White. Mary 162
White. Terry 172
Whiting. Julia 92. 141
Whitten. John 130. 141
Wiginton. Dana 25. 32. 40. 46, 80. 94. 95.
103. 104. 116. 120. 151
Index — 197Wilcoxen. Angie
Wilkes. Tom 88. 91. 162
Willeford. David 151
Williams. Kenny Wayne 50. 162. 175
Williams. La Veda 162
Williams. Marie 141
Sharon. Williams 141
Williams, Steve 162
Williams. Thressie 84. 162
Williams, Tony 84
Williamson. Eddie 151
Willis. Ira 84
Willis. John 115, 141
Wilmes. Tim 162
Wilson. Bryan 32. 162. 179
Wilson, Cheryl 141
Wilson. Dan 141
Wilson. Donald 141
Wilson. Matt 141
Wilson. Ronnie 84. 151
Wilson. Terri 88. 151
Winkowski, Christy 104. 162
Wolfe. Brian 69. 151
Wood. Scott 162
Woodward. Jerry 151
Woolsey, Kevin 88. 94, 151
Woolsey. Lisa 40. 88. 91. 141
Wooten. Dona 50. 116, 162
Workman. Jim 32. 100. 103
Worley. Cliff 115. 151. 179. 181
Worrell. Mitch 18. 51. 115. 142. 151
Worsham. Sandra 119. 141
Worthen. Chet 33. 141
Worthen. Lisa 72. 88. 151
Wright. Clint 162
Young. Vanessa 102, 141
Young. Franklin 162
Yates. Kendal 83. 104. 162
Zielke. Jim 100
Zielke, Diane 102
Zender, Kathy 92. 151
Zender. Joe 162
Ackerson. Rex 16. 18. 69
Archer, Judy 16.
Babb. Herman 16. 69
Baucum, Benton 16. 69
Blackshear, Alan 87
Bostic. Robert 16
Bottom. Rick 16
Brown, David 16, 16. 19. 179
Bryce. Karen 23
Brinkman. Barbara 21
Byrd. Terry 118
Campbell. Don 16. 77
Campbell. Theresa 16. 17
Chavarria. Petra 16. 17. 82
Chisum. Joyce 16
Coates. Richard 16. 175, 179
Coffey. Pat 17
Copeland. Mike 15
Cox. Kenneth. 17
Craig. Sam 87
Dalton. Doug 17
Diltz, Jack 17. 179
Drury. Eula 17, 20
Edwards. Dale 17
Elliot. Edith 17. 19
Garvin. Buel 17. 79
Garvin. Dorothy 17
Hall. Howard 17. 20. 175
Harkins. Joe 17. 99
Harrington. Clester 17. 170. 171. 172
Harris. Larry 18
Hart. Bob 18. 179
Heffel. Betty 18
Hooten. Wanda 23
Hoyt. Bill 18
Jackson. Anna Lee 18. 47
Johnson. J.D. 170. 171
Jones. Irene 18
Kellebrew, Robert 18. 98
King, Howard 14
King. Larry 18
King. Maurice 19. 47
Lamar. Roy 22
Lett. Iletta 19
Litsch, Jim 19. 70. 71. 75
Marler, Linda 21
Martin. Cortis 19
Mason. Marland 19
Metcalf. Kent 19
Morey. Mark 19
Muller. Joe 19
Nucci. Anna Laura
Omohundro. Ruth Ann 20
O'Rear, Glenda 20
Pettit. Susan 17. 20. 81
Provence. Christine 20
Richardson. Torryne 20
Rooker, Virgie 16. 17. 20. 81
Royal. Linda 20 - .
Spruiell. Bobbie 23
Stevens. Debbie 19. 20. 117
Sullivan. Randy 19, 20
Thomas, Casta 170, 172
Thomas. Debbie 21. 47
Trout. Jeff 21. 178. 179
Vineyard. Ray 21
Walder. Donna 21
Weber. Mark 21. 171. 172
Welborne. Lindy 21. 179
Wenk. Bob 15
Whitworth. Iva 21
Williams. Lucie 21
Art Club 76
Black History Club 84
Debate Club 103
French Club 85
Pep Club 104
Press Club 80
Psychology Club 70
Spanish Cub 82
Spirit Steppers 86
Student Council 116
Varsity Choir 120
Vocal Music 122
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